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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, August 29, 1883, Supplement, Image 2

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HCAN WATCH CO.,
"rixXxliixaaau Mass- TT. S- -A--.
.lu; fir di d GOLD Medal
AWARDED FIRST-CLASS COLD MEDAL.
The Only Gold Medal: also. Two Special and
Pour Pirst Prizes for Watches.
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New Goods
New Prices
BROWN
ft CI..
No. 14 Merchant Street
Wine and Spirit
imtraiiiin feaztttc.
WEDNESDAY, ATJGCST 5?, 16S3.
Did the 1868. or KfculraXra Flow Come
from KllnT
On the tnip of the Iliwaiisn Islands, pub
lished in 1576, and compiled from surreys by
Professor Alexander, and tear a darkened
space intended to designate the 1E6S lara floir,
are the words "From KVatmT" The inter
rogation point expresses the qncrj, of conrre,
whether the flow iiJ come from Kiltnea
a query, which has a place upon the mental
UUet of man; intellicest people linng on the
itland of Hawaii, aa well as upon the map of
the island.
Indeed, along with the many and rations
pftyitcal wonders with which it abounds, the
island of Hawaii presents a enriocs TycAofo
ijkoI wonder as well ; to wit, m lava fluw mado
the occasion of partisan feeling; and on
cither side of which, aa toncbing the same
source whence it came, are ranged two con
tending parties ; the one stoutly affirming that
the flow of 1&C6 came, in part at least, from
Kilanea; and the other that it came wholly
from Mannaloa.
The reasons which the Eilacea party aj
dnco to sntstantiate tie contention, that' Die
166b flow came from the lower rather than
the upper volcano, are, Tinnally, three in
number: 1st, that at the time of the 1&G5
eruption, the liquid fire all ran out of
Kilauca ; 2nd, tho earthquakes of that period,
wero specially Tiolent on the Kau aido of
Maunaloa that territory was specially
fetation; the law of probabilities CTen inform
ing us, that giTen two independent lava
fountains, forty miles apart, there is hardly
one chanco in ten millions, that the laras of
both of them should happen to naVe their
waT to the surface at precisely the same point
to a hair's breadth, especially when the lava
is the farthest off, which is supposed to bavo
come to, and used as its own, the other lara's
place of exit, was obliged to travel a long dis
tance and run up bill. E. I. B.
Supreme Court of Uie Hawaiian I.lnntl,.
July Term, 18 S3. Jury 'Waived.
Sanit-hile iir Awa his skit rstssD vs.
Eahauhau.
Opinion of Chief Justice Jodd.
This is an action of ejectment to recover
possession of a piece of land situate in Halau
la, TTailukn, Maui, being a portion of Royal
Patent number 59?0 to one Meeau.
1 find from tho records of the rrobato Court
of Man that Mecan died intestate, leaving five
children, to wit, Muauou, Kate, Kailianu,
Kabalchau (defendant) and Pukela (w.), also
that the land comprised in the Royal Patent
above referred to, was divided by surveyor
and the notes of survev of each childs share
filed in the Probato Court, The survey of
PuVela's share agrees with tho description of
the land described in the complaint, inc.
plaintiff then introduced a deed dated the 19tb
February, 1SCS, executed by Moouou, Kai
lianu, Kake and Kacalehau, releasing to Pu
kela, all their right, titlo and interest in the
piece of land above described.
Next was introduced a deed of this land
from Pukela aforesaid and her husband Awa
to tho plaintiff Kauiohele, dated November
4 th. 16"0.
. at mm TTSrt ,tl
w r -wtwai s i-
I. there are se
.nfw atiham Water,. f zj i
Ajgentfi
JOHN
At ike Old Stand, Kb. 8 Kaahu
US, GOPPER k SHEET II
PliTJMBENG, in all its
Artesian Well Pipe, all
STOVES MD E
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lace. Fl is. Mas
Kfurrr. rRU v. A
,ir;. ! ( xL Sunl
rainu Iron '
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe, all si
Loirest Kates: Cast Iron and I
House Furnishing; G
jiha. li lit V"u --ii.-
.I.Ur
y. Mb and lhwl
Chandeliers, Lamps
estjUBXjIshed ii
J.W. ROBERTS'
Importing and Manufacturi
Publishers, Printers, Book
NEWS ID ID A.
The Oldest, Largest, and ChcapcstiSt
tnent in the Kingdom. Keep cons'
A ITLLirV LAIKiK Assorimcnl
Zr or AU XDoocarliitlC
In Our Subscription
We Make All Description1
r i.U!)ot Tittir E
"tiiT dt MTT-ltil
HavingaFirst Class Rn
In the PRINTINC DEPARTMENT, we ;
KINDS OF BOOK AND JOB
BOOK ORDERING DI
Lti n ihr I'Bltet
BAILEY &C0.'S'Jus'
GB"RAT
10 Cent Store!,
prr-
W 3S". loo -w
Tort St Honolulu.
.Ijglll I
EMYMOII
100,000 Articles
10 Gents Each.
AND 10 L
j Mraliht ;
IT!
aawteratlsf
tmtt
Orders from the other Is
lands, promptly filled and respect
felly solicited. "pfSOM
Bafley ic Co.
that no part of it had had sufficient water for
some weens past.
One great difficnltj in the case is that all the
persons who have rights of irrigation from the
Kamoiliili stream are not parties to this caso
and thoogh the Commissioners hare pnrisdic
tion under tho law to roato snch decisions as
shall appear to them "jnst and eqnilablo " it
would It diEcnlt to do justice unless all
whose rights are affected are before the Conrt
and subject to its jurisdiction.
There is considerable testimony to the affect
that the " Olowai " or a constant small flow
(as much as will run in the ditch while the
gato of the dam is open) was accustomed to
run in the ' Waiaka ''ditch during the daj, to
the land of Kuilei, and then at night the whole
stream (or as much of it, we presume, as the
ditch would carry) was turned into tho ditch
and the water ran until tho kalo land was
filed. Tho Commissioners found that the
right to this " Olowai " was in ita inception a
permissiro ono. It may afterwards have be
come an adverse use and have been thus used
for over twenty years. A good deal of testi
mony points to this. Wc were struck with a
remark mado at tho hearing by the counsel for
tho plaintiffs that since tho adjudication, the
plaintiffs and thoso having water rights makai
and using the water by day, had an abundanco
of water. As this is a season of rather un
usual drought, it would indicate that by the
force of tho decision moro water runs makai
to the plaintiffs' and others' lands than was
accustomed to mn there. Wo think, upon a
review ol tho testimony, and an inspection of
the It in quo that the decision of the Com
missioners must bo modified as follows :
(I.) Tho dam at Kikiakoi most be allowed
to tako water Irom tho Kamoiliili stream oven
if this compels tho taking of a correspondingly
larger supply of water from tho Kanowai
springs i
Wyr K
Tlie Care of Canaxie-
WILDER 5c CO.
Importers and Dealers in
LUMBEli
BUILDING MATERIALS !
Ol' A 1.1. KIMS.
The greatest favorite among birds appears
to be the canary. The best singing varieties
whkb is a member of the finch family aro
imported from Germany, principally from the
Uartz mountains, where they aro bred by the
peasantry by the hundreds of thousands year
ly, nod from there are shipped to thia country.
England, France, and even to Australia.
Tbis bird had its origin in the Canary Islands,
wbcreits color is of a greenish gray. It was
first introduced into Earope in the sixteenth
century, where their notes, iarticulail in
Germany, were greatly improved by raising
iliem in rooms where other birds such as
niflttinrales. woodlarks. skylarks, and the
tike were commonly kept. They would take r iTyjii i 11 t i
some note from cadi bird, and by mixing ' - l.lliJliltiJJ
theso notes tho canary has attained the boauti-
ful and varied song transmitted to its descend r.
asta. VTben the composed sonc of the canart
was thought completed the use of other KirJs
was cot deemed requisite, as tho ; oung ones
learned from their parents.
Tbe canary, aa a domestic tnrd, is the
easiest of all to take care of. The treatnieut
they require is the most simple and certainly
the best known, but there arc many persons
whole ideas on this subject arc very limited,
and, what worse, very erroneous. As to
their food, the more simple and natural it is
the better and more conducive tu goud health
and cheerfulness. Mixtures such as rape,
tinllet, hemp, canary, poppy, lettuce, oatmeal,
oats, sugar, sweet cake, biscuit and such like,
eo far from being wholesome, as some people
think, are very unwholesome ; it spoils their ,
tuatn fnr their natural food, weakens tho I
stomach, renders them feeble, sickly and in- ALL HIE USUAL S70CK SIZES
capable of bearing moulting, under ohich
they frequently die. The best food is a mix
tore of rape and catary and a little green SCANTLING,
staff, such as cbickweed, lettuce, or calDage
Ikll ARRIVALS
URGE AND WEtt-SEtECTED CARGOES
COMPRISING
is Geuoiij or sweet apple in winter. Tho
frail seed. Xtipe seed, wben old or kept too r
Jong in a damp place, becomes musty, gets a ;
litter taste, and docs not orcc will Uie birds.
Tlio beet sort is tbe tiennau summer rape.
which Las a imt-lile flavor in distinction froxa .
Hoclieb. which tastes sooietMne; tile mustard. 1
The canary seed should be clean and have a
glosej hue, free from must; smell and have a
eweet taste.
The ca-e should I daily supplied with
fresh water, both for bathing and drinking,
asd the cage-bottom le cleaned out at least
Oficea week and be corcred with dry gravel,
which the birds freely pick, and which helps
digestion. The bird's feet should occasion
ally examined, and if they arc found dirty the
bird should bo carefully taken out of the cago
and the dirt washed oil by soaking in luke
warm water. The claws, if too long, should
be cut with a pair of tsharp scissors, care being
takes cot to draw blood; the same with an
overgrown, "bill.
Cananes.rif kept for singing alone, should
be placed in capes of about a foot in diameter,
either round or square, as in larger cages they
do not sing so well or eo constantly, having
too much room too fly about and amuse thein
eelves, which takes away their attention from
singing. It is cot necessary to keep these
birds is a very warm room in winter, as tbey
can endure a great deal of cold without injury,
but they sbould'not bo removed from a cold
room to a wans one, or vice versa, but bo
kept in as equal a temperature as possible and
free from dught. In the summer it is well
to keep the bird in the fresh air, but shaded
from tltc eon nad rain. N. Y. l'vrii.
Practical Hints About GIbascs.
Pel Sims Ending their eyes becoming dry
and itching on reading, as well as those who
find it necessary to place an object nearer
than fourteen inches from the face to road,
need spectacles.
Persons under 40 j cars of age should not
wear glasses until tbe accommodating power
cfthecyo has been suspended, and the exact
state of refraction determined by a competent
cpthalmic surgeon.
Tho spectacle glassfs sold by peddlcni, and
by Jct el era generally, are hurtful to tho eyes
of tbeee "who read much, aa the lenses are
made vT inferior sheet glas and are not
systematically ground.
Xo matter how perfectly die icut.es uay be
made, unless they are mounted in a suitable
frame and properly placed before the eye,
discomfort will arise from their prolonged use.
There are three systems of grading spec
tacle lenses the English, the metric, and
the Prussian. Those made to supply the
demands of the trade in this country arc care
lessly made, and aro poor imitations of cither
tho Unglish or metrical system The metrical
scale has no equivalent, is not graded by asy
nnifonn ruled dividing the mterfoul spaces,
and is therefore unsuitcd to the exacting
demands of science.
The near-sighted eye is un unsound eye,
and should be fully corrected with a glass,
notwithstanding the faU it nu ncci no aid
for reading.
The proper tio.v u Ugm wearing glasses
is just as soon as the eyes tire an being sult
jeeted to prolonged usi --Mr-i, m Hern!
TIMBER. PLANK, BOAEDS,
IZKCIHG AND PlLhLIS
s.ro. or ilvivu
A Host Complete Stock of
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WAIL PAPER
KTIT M 1 U.S.
HAILS. LOCKS
BUTTS, HINGES,
BOLTS. SCREWS, ltc
IRV
n c s n
Si h, U BS W WIS
Siaiilluig ; Plank, surface and rough
Hoards, surfaced and rough : ll.ittcre,
Picketb, K us tic, Lattice, Claplmard.
tlAo. i vim l.
Par.t nncl.Vvhitcv.asii Brushes,
limn: i.r.Aii.
w niT;y.itT.
l'AITOII.
METALLIC AND
Class.
OTHER PAINTS!
Salt,
DOORS SASH
Firewood.
BLINDS
AI.I.MZUV.
Of Eastern and California Make.
rou su,i: i. qimxtities to m it
ASB AT
I. w
s
AVD-
mm
SJIOKBKS ARTICLES
Till: I.AKIil.sr AMI !KIST
Varied Assortment
TO BE
FOUND Hi HONOLULU !
We arc l P3-tjiillj m Rcct i(t t'f
Ki'esli SupiDlies !
TEoSl TUE
Most Reliable Manufacturers
in Tin: iMrnimiii.
a;eati Fon
P. Lorillard & Co.'s
Tin Tag Tobaccos,
Vanity Fair Tobacco and
Cigarettes,
fcVO xr d Otliors.-a
AIX
i" ' or
CIGARS, MEERSCHAUM !
AXD
BrlarPipos, cfcc, cfcc
Hollister & Co.
W liolcaIe and Kctail Tobacconists.
iu sa strut .STIIEET
E. O. Hall & Son
nr.ii.i.its i.
Hall'sSteelPlows
iiitui fnmi " u It. mebi - madt f.r ihcm by
Nlollno Plow Co.
A(iRI(TLTniAL
IMPLEMENTS
f .-n tl jit ii n'od4on ihcs-c Ir-ludf
COOK STOT m
AMI
RANG-ES
OF ALL SIZES;
KITCUEN AND HOUSEHOLD LTENSILS-of
aUlimU;
rAIliTS AKD OILS of all Janili;
LUBKICATIXG OllS-bcst stocl. in the market:
KEHOSEN'E OIL-Denraers, Xoondai 4 Lustral;
SILVEn MATED tVAKE-from Itecil & Rirton:
SOLID SILVEIt W.UiE trom the Oorbam Co.
rOWDEUS all kinds, from Cala. Vowicx WorU
CA1UIUGE AKD JIACHIXE I!OLTS-aU aiics:
Slaelf
HARDWARE
A Splendid Assortment!
liK.VTHEIt Of AH Docriptions;
IT Ota Goods ut or tk ttt qniHtj; re bosffct
for ciih; reJiji nrw. 1'cr particnlirt, t rttcr ow
cuitom-T aod FEIEND to OUR HEW DESCRIPTIVE
CATALOGUE, which r mill tnd to aj odc upon appii.
cstkm. or cll md examloeou Splendid StocL ot GootU
AT OUR WAREROOMS, conn-of Fort a4
Kinj; btrrrU. IIoQoItUn. 5
NEW YORK CITY
IVIvEIXsr BEEF I
ASMAX.T J-OT OF THIS SUPK1I
IOC ITlH Tin, Bn '" H.w. ' " I mmJ.
Also, Ea-ura Htst rmt.la banrU; a cMn stasia.
Br-TorEaletj
HOLI.US A Co.
PALMER & THACHER
CRYSTAL,
SOI).!
WORMS.
U). 113 FOBT ST.. IMttOU Ll. 11. 1.
Vt'o aro now manufacturing a Iiin . I
AERATED WATERS
feui'Ltioi in (jaality and flavor to anything u.-i before jmHlufctl iu tins Kingdom.
QUE SODA WATER is Unrivaled
iur Alo is equaled only by tlio importci!. i ur t-idcr
the imio jmt'c of tho npplc. Tlicsc ilclicions drinks ari iiurcabiii
tbu place of h'hl w itics for Ublo use. Our extrciuoli ln pim's
of all.
Soda Water, per doz
Sarsaparilla
Cider
Ginger Ale--
Uie patent wire stopper used by us rn all ot our l"ltkt dm
and t"i cleaidiu, .ttul caso in opening is nneoualed Out ltttl s
e u w.intet' to be mado from
' in popularity .md arotaMti:
luiii tlieui within tlio rcicli
null
!del
...50c.
...50c
.50c.
75c.
ork entirely
CRYSTAL. SODA WORKS
We deliver our goods to anv part of tho city .iml hhip tn
Ti:i,Kl'H0XE Xo. 297.
I'.ut ol iIil Islands,
r.Vl.MI.K A: TUVCIll.l!, l'hjnnaeists.
TO THE LADIES
OF HONOLULU.
Mrs. W. H. WILKINSON
is 110 OlHUlUK a llruilld block of
Featliei's.
Flowers,
Rich Satins,
Dress Sillis, Sec,
.lust Received from Livorpoo
i'X IJjtk I LI.Ol k nnd cipecte per Zealand..
All tlio Latest Stvles
Ladies Underwear, etc.,
Cnrrfulb Scli'itcil liy 31 1. KittN in
IVn-on . in San FraucNco,
Mtt.-c 1 1. 1- -.ml t i-iii Ii i-toTtiotoro un
hi-iMv i, ii . il of lit. I aUire of Ihl. t'itj-
I'ariirtilars in Future Atlterti-cm't
riOLi'LlSTR& GO'S
GINGER ALE,
Soda Wnter and Sarsaparilla
IIsti; ncvir Imii Equalled or ExctUed for
Pnrit or Eiccllfncr of FIlTor.
Only Pure Fruit Acid
Pure Fruit Flavors, and
Pure Filtered Water,
IM IH.N Till: l'Ki;iAK.VTI() Ol
I X" i o o m z
ltlN.EK ALK
fcODAWATEH
bAILsArAIUUsA
Ij t ent prr Doxca
.50 Ctalu Dozen,
.WC'CEt prr Dozen.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
viiioi.ESAi.i; vM)i:irr.iii,
DRUGGISTS !
AND
Tobacconists,
3s.mt.im; stiikkt
Beaver Saloon
H. J. HC-TE,
Proprietor,
rt io annonnce to hi Inenda and the
public lo esrnl
That be bos opened tbe above Saloon
where first-class Refreshments
wit! be !rred from 3 m. till 10 p. m., oader lk
Immediate mperrlloD of a Conpetcat Cktfdt Cmnint
THE FINEST GRADES OF
Tobaccos,
Clears. Pipes and
Smoker's Sundries,
(hOMn bTaptrwwl eecUon from first-clais mug.
factories, om Men catse4, and will be added to from
t lnte to tiros-
OffEniB(wkk& EalVe'
Celebrated Billiard Tables
it connesrUd wlli tae euWihuiit, mbere Vvrm
lUsecaecaa rartldpat. 951
' fraall Fields
Sat !mM1.
BOI.I.IS d. CO
on
TO OUP FORMER STOCK,
Ex Suez, Kalakaua & City of Sydney,
Ship Chandlery it Ship Stores
funlas. H mp Manila, Cotton Duck,
l'lar Canvap. Klax ail Twlnp. IWauix.
lUockf. (lar(, 8 to -I fi ; Miackte,
""f v t. iiiWK- aim tliiOiOU-if, . IOD I HOCK.
Snatch ItlnckB. Iron htrap Itlocks, Kow Locke,
Miet ltcadd, Melahnc and Patent i;altln-e,
Milerea.assid. rizes: Mock holm Tar.
ritCM.Coal Tar. Tar Oil.
:irlIit Varnlth. Dlack Varnish,
V ire Klesinj. Marline,
bei elite iIoukcIIiif, ILatlin,
bnunvarn Caulkiuc Irom. Copper Tackx,
Iron Tackc t'onn-tiiis I.ink, Marlin Spikes,
Caulking Mallt, Mat lloitpg,
Hand bplkcf, ritih Mop, Tar Dru-lit i, At .Ac
Paints and Paint Oil
A Full A-ortMnt of All Kiml- and Colon,
1'acifiL KtibtK-r Paint, a m-u lot intlndln- all tbt
arton cilor",
BRUS H 33 S !
I'uint.
t."li. 1'. nc.l.
Mioi, SMiib and tuah.
A I.OOII ..!.OKT5IENT OF KAl II ,
Axes cto Cntcliots !
Wont! AM) MIIXliLINU,
Pit I. WTKItVl ASDhlDF. I.ICItTS - Till' lUaala
Hon Artkli .
GliOCElvlES it PROVISIONS
A Full Abuoruuvut of Fine Uromlre, iDcltidinj:
eome Choice Varieties or Canned C.ocdc
Tabic Tic Frnitfl, Jama and Jt'iiie,a iitw articir pm
r j ucw Dim, idq nc can nisiiiyrcctimmend
them as being aomc thing real!) nice .
A New Lot of Teas inclodlnc ! pimrlnr Japan
arletiea; fefUAIi-Hcfined and A 1
Ilamt, Kacon, Lanl, Smoked Beef, in tinr, new art.clc;
CUItKIED FOWL,
CURRIED OVbTEF,
FLUM rtOOINU.
KITS SALMON BELLI Eb,
KITS MACKEREL
KITS TOXUIES AND SOUNDS,
Codfieli, Cheeee, Oxford Saotase, In tint,
Ka!lns. In V U and half boxes;
Kalalni- hi tlna-t. i.i t il .
I'Icklea, In I caL, hf. sal., ql. and 5 ml. kera:
worn curcn. Tapioea, Vermicelli,
Macaroni, Dried Applm,
Frnnee, riami,
Teaehe- IVarc
Plom cfc Bread.
olderi t.alc Extra Famib.
Eldorado. Uolden City,
Medlnm Rrcad.Crackm. an aaocrtmeflt;
viiutrr cnapn. ionr. oaioon run !rrad.
Soda ItiocsitP, RICE S1i COFFEE.
WHALE ANI SPERM OIL.
bIEKM ANDLES, and f.
ALL OF THE ABOVE
WILL'BE
Sold ai ihe Ilcsf Market Itafcs
Datrn m mnn r. -ppcifally tnitLd to call and
ExamiBi Our stock
BOLLBS cfej OO.
THE WOMEN'S FRIEND I
Washing SVJade Easy,
By tho KALAKAUA Al.
Washing" Machine !
ralntd ai'd Mauafj. t-in I by the
HawaiianWashingMacbfne Man'fg. Co
Should joa want ytmt
v lotoet) io war well.
trithi Vacblne
And bare no fear.
It will pay for itself in less than a year
C-FOR SALE BY
12. O. BCsill Ac on.
Cor-Fon acdKinz Street?, Hotv-tnln 11 I.
To whora allordfrf boo Id tv gdJn-td- (SBSlyV
ICE OK.E3.3VI!
XTA. torn from San Frarcl-co andbaa opnrdaa
Ice Cream Saloon !
STVLEB
The ELITE
IX CONTJECTIOS WITH
Tin: Avriin not sr. Vfw. n,rt b.. &
tcaonixl -TIIC HIM.Nci imrloka," d their
"""J Mlbllihanu ire row tkc Fineit la tbe
uaiii uitua.. iteuneton
LYCAtf & JOHNSON,
No. 105 & 107 Fort street.
POST OFFICE BOX 38. TELEPHONE No. 1 79.
IA'CAN A JOIIXSOX havo just received a beautiful lot of Parlor Suits, uplioUtcml
in Silk, Silt anil Plush, Tlush and Haircloth, Haircloth and Kcpe, that thoy will tell at
tho lowest prices possible.
LYCAX A JOHXSON have just received ex Sura, a largo assortment of Folding
Steamer Chairs, that should he inspected 1j evcrr one conlcrnlating a sea voyage.
AT IA'CAN fc JOUXSOX'S can bo found all of the latest Music, just received er
Suez aud Australia.
IA'CAN .1 JOHXSOX hav o a largo asbortmcut of JJaby Carriage, Swinging and
Kocking Cradles, Cribs, high and low Chairs for tho littlo folks.
TjYCAX & JOHNSOX havo somo very cheap and pomo eipcusivo llcdroom Suits.
lA'CAX V JOI1XSOX havo the only nssorlrocnt of small .Musical Instruments here.
TA'CAX A JOHXSOX Invo tho only assortment of WAXOS and OKOAXS to be
found in this Kingdom.
IiYCAX A JOHXSOX sell moro Pianos than all tho other dealers because they sell
cheaper, sell on tho installment plan, lake old instruments m cichango and leato them,
allowing tho rental to bo applied on purchase.
IA'CAN it JOHXSOX keep everything in the Mnsic Line.
IA'CAX it JOHXSOX havo tho celebrated Herring Patent, Firo and Bnrglar.proof
Safes to sell.
IA'CAN it JOHXSOX keep constantly in stock tho largest assortment or Book
and Clock Shelves, side and corner Brackets, etc.
IA'CAN it JOHXSOX havo a largo assortment of Ccnlro Table, and everything to
put on the Centre Table.
IA'CAN it JOHXSOX havo tho only assortment of Jajianeto Vases, Japanese Dishes,
Fans, Screens, etc., etc.
IA'l'AX .t JOHNSON' havoa largestoek or Toys, Dolls, Tool Cheats .t Doll Carriages.
IA'CAX A JOHXSOX' havo tho onlr lartro stock of l'icturo and Corniro ifnnlilinf. tn
bo found in Honoluln.
LYCAX it JOHXSOX havo a very largo assortment or Paintings, Water Colors, Kn
jravings and Chromos, that they will sell below auction price.
IA'CAN it JOHXSOX havo in their cmnlov 31r. W. (7. WOOD, whn 11,
rcssional honso decorator in tho Kingdom. If yon want everything to harmonize,
consult him.
IA'CAN
ig, poles ani
it JOHXSOX manufacture LombroiuitiV, Cornice, and keep Cornico Mould
nd rings in Drass, Kbony and Valnnl.
IA'CAX it JOHNSON will furnish estimate Tor tho mmntrln
of Residences.
LYCAX it JOHXSOX sell and rent Chairs cheaper than anyono else.
IA'CAX it JOHXSOX pronoso to sell nil Goods handled hr them at nl- r,;r
profit, and not at tho high figures usually asked for Goods in their lino in Honolulu.
IA'CAX ,t JOHXSOX havo tho best Sewing Machines for family and manufacturing
purposes, and sell them at from $20 to $ 15 each.
IA'CAX' it JOHNSON havo all Goods plainly marked, and will deal iostlr bv everv.
one. Answering all of their correspondents and Shipping Goods to tho other Islands
promptly, aud do all in their power to plcaso in price and quality. 071
XNCt & CO.,
No. 5 NUIIANU STREET, HONOIVOXU,
Ag ents for the 'Superior' Stove
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STOVES AND RANGES
SHEET METAL WARE ON HAND
OU MADETOCKDEK.
TELEPHONE No. 211.
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Furniture .Haiiufactory
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BEST SEASONED STUFF,
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TO GIVE
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Coffins Always on Hand.
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