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THE SATURDAY PRESS.
A VRWBPAPHJl Pt'IlI.tHIIED WEEKLY
scncnirrioi
nvr. doiaiis a veak in advancjs
Snhcr1rir anil Adrertls'ra will address Jlf. Thos. O.
Thrum, Business Msnsg r ,
Ill matter for tin- Saturday lres should be nddrrsc(l
to ihe-'HATLItilAV I'ltKN"."
Tho Evening; Sea.
Dim "heel of lurid aplcmlor, wen nfnr,
What tiipm'rlri lifiiiRVt thou of Unit hippy pnut,
Wlipn mi thy lirlnk wo children pebbles mat,
Or rc.tral our niutl-tuw'rii for lliy vnvm to mnr t
Jhnlprlotis to us tncu thy benutles nrn
l'nir liox-s, tintittcrnlila typos llioti hi"t
Of higher, nobler iiltnn, lonx to outl.mt
i: irlli'H nii'im mnbllions. Now, n lonely slnr
I'loaU through tho Utcp'nliiB nznru, ns 'twould
Kiiiilo
Vntiiw hntnnn ImiolnnH to a Hotter Iillnl.
8i.irkpn tho beneath In Joj-ons pridp,
And nil my pulses ppnrn Oil mortal Htranrt.
Hut liljjht rfrnun nlh wlwt Ufa-work nan I hIiow?
Hopeful, content! d, htimblo home, I no.
Thoro ntnnds nti oak, n Htrona mid sturdy tree,
(ill yonder hillside, where tho winds that blow
The Ktorms tlmt lieitt nnliist its brmiehes bo
Hnvo sh.tped theiii in n fnnliion weird to Bee
Twlatml nti'l warped nro they, yet wild and free. .
btern winter jields bin throne to merry aoriiifr,
And chirping, IhitteriiiR birdu, on tireless winjf,
Am ehoosini; where their llltlo homes nlmll be.
When-, think 3011, hidex the mfrjit nent at last ?
'J IioiikIi fairer branches did their best to please,
The rmmli old 01k tree holds it firm and fnat
Most flhellored, happy home in nil the, ticca I
'J'hus lovu, Hoiiiilltnert, doth choose, 'mid nil tho
rest,
To build in rohio itniRh heart her llttlo nest.
S'dillt .'. Amlermn.
Decadence of Hnwr iian Forests.
EuiTOii Satuiiuay Pkcfs: Tlioro 1.1 ono
Uiitig of vtlal inijiorinticc lo Huh country to
which wo doiro to call nttotition. Wo re
for to tho rntiitl dccndoiico of our forost
timber. Wo cannot notice tho extent of
tho dnmngo dono in n, single yonr, lint by
looking back n decade, or oven half a
decade, tho cnstial obsorvor will readily
perceive with what Rtnrtlitig raiiidity tho
process of denudation in going on. Thou
Hands of nqunro milos of valuable territory
in difiuront parts of tho world havo hceti
couvortcd into dcPcrtB through tho dostrnc
tion of timber. It is axiomatic of nations
ns well ns of individuals that exporionco is
a bottor teacher than precedent) that
precedent is in fact no teacher at all. But
it would bo tho part of wisdom, with tho
numerous lessons beforo ns, to tnko tinio
by tho forelock and avert tho danger whilo
yet wo may.
In passing through any of onr forests wo
notico that many of tho largo trcos aro
dying nnd that few youtfg ones aro grow
ing to fill their plnccs. What causes tho
death of so many of tho larger trees
Homo variotios moro than others wo do
not know; but tho destruction of tho young
timber is caused principally by tho largo
numbers of cattlo and goau now roaming
nt largo in tho mountains. It is not tho
forest trees of Oahu nlono that aro thtin
ftfloctcd ; tho tamo is unfortunately truo of
all tho Inlands. Thoro is not enough tim
ber convenient of nccoss to supply wood
for fuel and common domestic purposes,
nnd tho constantly increasing demand will
causo a relativo incroaso in vnluo. This
is a matter which should ongngo tho oarn-
cst attention of tho Govcrnmont and of in
dividual citizens. Tho peculiarly favorable
location of this group of islands and tho
nltitudo of its mountains enables us, with a
few hours' travel, to lind all climatos from
tropical to somi-artic. Thoro nro fow va
rieties of timber that would not flourish on
these Islands if planted .and allowed to"
liavo a good start, and with thoprospectivo
demand for timber its culture would cer
tainly provo a profitable venture. Tho
coast redwood of California, which fur
nishes us with our main Btipply of lumber,
should grow well near tho tops of our
mountains which nro almost perpetually
enveloped in clouds. Tho homo of tho
redwood is in tho heavy fogs of tho Pncilio
Coast of tho United States. :Many other
-valuable timber trees might bo introduced
lmro with profit. From some of thoso
which aro of slow growth iittlo profit could
bo derived for many yours ; but thoro aro
several varieties, as tho cottonwood of
California, which grows with great rapidity
nnd requires littlu attention, that would, in
short time, moro than reimburso all out
lay iu tho planting of thorn, if used for fuel
alone. Sovoral valuable speeios of in
digouous trcos tho koa, ohia, sai'dal wood
and others which aro now disappearing,
could and should bo needed in the muim
tains and their growth encouraged. But
if nnycaro at all wore taken of tho young
ehooUi that como up every year, all tho
avaitablo t,pacu would boon bo covered with
young timber.
The J upancae, Chineso and other Orion
tnl nations know tho valuo of timber and
never allow their forests to dio out. Every
tree that itwlestroyod must bo replaced by
anothor, and iu many plnccs in the former
country whole forests (small ones) of trees
of all ago from ono yoar up may bo soon
growing, tha old trees, as fuot as thoy aro
iihtd, being replaced by young ones. Mauy
jvirtu of Northern Africa and Control Asia,
oneo tertilo and covored with tiwbor, aro
uow barren, desolate, treeless dcsertB, their
only verduro being tho short-lived grast.es
nnd weuls that glow during tho rainy sea.
fcon. Whole islands in tho West Indies
havo become depopulated dosertu, from tho
hamo cauHC. Capo Cod, Massachusetts,
and tho surrounding region was covored
with valuable forost timber when first 60L
tied by Kuropoaus, but tho white man's nxo
converted it into tho cheerless, trooloss
wasto of drifting sand which it now is.
Tho Burne process of trco extermination is
going 011 in all parts of tho United States
and ia other couutrios now bleuhcd with
extcusivo forcBts. It is only iu thoso parts
of tho United Stated whero thoro wore no
forests that troo culture is assuming nny
groat proportions, and it is (succeeding so
well, that probably by tho timo tho inoun.
tains aro denuded of their timber, tho
originally treoless plaius and largo valleys
will bo able to supply their own domand.
Tho rapidity of the growth of most trcos
that have been introduced in tltwo Islnuds,
as for instance tho algaioba or mesquit nnd
tho oucalyptug, load uh to holioyo that with
proper attention, wo might iu time become
largely indepoudont of tho world for our
supply of tinibor for building nnd all other
purposes. This matter ahould rocoivo tho
luimediato attention of tho Government
aud of the pooplo. G, S.
Sugor Growing in FijL
Tho Sydney Morning Herald says : Tho
Oolouial Sugar Company has entered upou
au undertaking of great magnitude, for
tho purpose of dovetailing the sugar grow
ing resources of tho Fiji Islands. Their
Bceuo of operations is on the Rowa river,
about twolvo miles from tho ocean, whoro
a considerable area of country has been
planted wjtU youug cano duriug tho nast
few mouths. Beforo long there will bo a
colony of Europe!) aud natives in tho
employ of the cotapiny. Tho first Ycsbol
to trado between liere and, tho new settle
went is the bteamir Fiona, Captain W. A.
rhirnlinv. which lu&ves fivdneviinmcdiatel v.
with twouty mechanics ana about sixty
VOLUME I.
laborers, to cornmonco tho work of erect
ing n Inrgo sugar mill on tho hanks of tho
Kmvn. The steamer is loaded with plant
nnd Rtoros, including material for tho con
filruftion of houses, piles for wharvcH, nnd
n pilo-driving ninchino ; nlso n sloam Inuneli,
for towing lightors, etc. After discharging
cargo, the J''ionn will return to Sydney for
another load, ns nearly all tho fools, timber,
stores, etc., required for tho enterprise will
have to ho taken from Sydnoy. Tho sugar
making plant linn been constructed in I-ng-land,
and is now being shipped direct to
Fiji, tho totnl weight of tho ironwork, clc,
being between i2,o00 and (1,000 tuns. The
cost of tho mill, when completed, including
a fleet of tugs nnd lighters, will bo between
.CRO.000 and .CI 00,0(10, and it will bo cap
able of turning out oT0 tons of sutrar tier
week, with night and day work. But tho
plant will not bo worked to its fullest cx
tont for two or three years, as tho lequisito
land cannot bo broupht under cultivation
in n shorter timo. The company nlso pro
peso purchasing and cru.shing the farmer's
cane, in llm same way ns hoy do on tho
Clnronco and Tweed rivers.
Pre-Historic Lore.
What Ancient Who Icn nnd Chaldean
Magi know over 4000 years ago, is beau,
tifully illustrated from a wonderful librnry
of burnt brick tablets, exhumed at Ninovoh.
From ono of these technical books, com
piled by ancient philosophers and observers,
ifter tbo manner of our modern encyclo
pedias,, a shapo in which almost overy
untioti ahlo to write has compiled a synop
sis of its own knowledge and wisdom, nnd
tho compilation of which is shown, nnd
now univerhally admitted by oriental schol
irs to havo boon mado moro than 2000
years before tho birth of Jesus of Nazareth;
thoro has been ascertained through tho
proof of actual translation, what has long
been claimed and surmised that ancient
Chnldea was tho paiout or oldest land yet
discovered and known to us, whero tho
present signs of nstronomy ns now in nso,
wero used, and tho higher branches of
astronomical ftcionce, nnd motions of tho
heavenly bodies, wero systematically stud
ied and understood. It is cloarly demon
strated from this compilation, nnd from
baked tablets of brick, upon which im
portant records wero impressed, that tho
Babylonians catalogued tho stars, and dis
tinguished and named tho coustollntioDs;
thnt they always arranged tho twolvo con
stellations that form our proscnt zodiac to
indicato tho courso of tho sun's pith in tho
heavens, as wo now do. They divided
timo into weeks, months, and years
divided tho weok as wo now havo it into
days six days boing for labor, and tho
Rovonth n day of rest, to which they gave
a namo, from which wo hnvo derived our
word "Sabbath," and which day of rest
from labor of every kind they observed as
Tigorously aa tho Jow or tho Puritan. Tho
motion of tho bcavonly bodies and tho ac
companying phenomena of tho weather
wero noted down, and a connection de
tected and acknowledged, as M. do Pcr
villo claims to have discovered, between
tho woathor and tho changes of tho moon.
Professor Norman Luckyear, tho eminent
astronomer and associate of Balfour Stew
art, of tho Royal Commission on Solar
Piiysics, .Mcldriim, and others equally dis
tinguished as among tho advanced British
fcicntists, now admit that sun-spot cycles
do most certainly exist, and their recout
roport, quoted in tho proceedings of the
Roynl Society of England, clearly demon
strate their closo connection nnd influenco
on tho earth's atmospheric weather. Iu
this, their recent discovery, nrrived atafi-er
tabulating all possible observations ob
tainable from tho past, our wiso niou havo
but rcdibcovored tho wisi'.oni of tho nn
cionts, cloarly suggesting how liltta thero
is now among our most advanced knowl
edge Tho ancient Chaldean astronomers in
vented or used the sun-dial, most accurate
ly made, and graded on an enormous scalo,
to mark tho corroct movements of tho
hoavonly bodies; tho water-clock, to ineas
uro time and thoy describe in this work
tho spots in tho sun's calorilio atmosphcro,
a fact thoy could only havo observed by
tho aid of some kind of telescopo, bo it tho
opou ahnft of a groat pyramid or a smnllcr
telescopo fitted with rook-crystal lenses.
Our modoru ustrouomers are led to bcliovo
that they must havo possessed some kind
of efficient telescopo, from tho oxnet ob
servations which thoy noted on tho rising
of Venus, and tho fact that Layard, tho
groat oxplorer, found a crystrl lonso in the
ruins of Nineveh.
Thoso hnrd baked brick tablets aro found
by the ton, and wore stamped or marked
with lettors aud words when plastic, boforo
baking, aud now romain to us, iu perfect
order, as tho rouinius of tho vast libraries
of tho nast, destined to preserve to us
much wixdom of form or ages. Some con
tain a full account of thoir national version
of tho great Delugo, which they say was
uuivoral over tho whole face of tho earth ;
aud others allude to moro r.ccotit local
deluges, at certain stated nnd intervening
periods, caused by the disturbance of local
aud circumscribed areas of earth's crust.
Thu account of tho groat Deluge is sub.
staulially the samo as that narrated in tho
Hebrew Bible, except that they use differ
ent uiiiues in thu description, which doubt
less nro only their own translations of the
ancient meanings of these same propor
names, for all names once had a signifi
cance. Thoso tablets disclose that houses
and laud wero then sold, leased and mort
gaged, aud advertising was availod of; that
money was loaned at interest, and that
market gardeners worked on shares; that
fanners, when plowing with thoir oxou,
boguiled their labor with short and cheer.
ful eoug, of which several havo beon found
and translated. Many of tho usagos of
this very remote civilisation aro availed of
to-d'ty, One brick tablet of this mammoth
public library is conspicuously posted iu
tho form of a notice, requesting vibitors to
furnish the librarian with tho number of
books they wish to consult, and books thus
called for will be brought to them. How
ofteu is tho student of archaeology forced
to join in the exclamation of the groat
King Solomon of old. Verily thero ii
nothing new under the aun, aod to say
with the preacher, all human claims to
seltish originality aro indeed vanity of
vauitioa.
aturday
II. W. SEVERANCE.
Hnwnllnit Consul & Commission Merchant
7 310 California IU., Cnl.,, Ileum No. I. ly
J,
M. DAVIDSON,
Altomoy nnd Counsellor nt Lnw,
Mrr hftntm., Honolulu, II. I,
1
ly
EDWAllD PRESTON,
Attorney unit Goumollor nt Imw,
ly i; r.i.t Htrc t. Honolulu. t
J. M. OAT & CO., Al:LMAKEnS,
Maker' Klre Proof lllock,
Honolulu, It. I.
S3 I'ligi of nil descriptions mndo nnil rcp.ilred.. ly
DR. J. B. EMERSON,
XItTniCIVIV Vl-JDD HtfUa-TOOW
onict Dr. Ilmrninnn's Drue Store, 31 Merchant M.
Hri-lilriici1, corm-r Kukut tuil Fort trirt(tlinul(l KriiRcr
lircnilr) Olllco lioiiri !) lo II A. M. 3 lo I r, m. il Cm
' J. NOTT & CO..
Importers anil Dcnlcrn in Stoves, Riuirci,
.McijiIf. Home l'lirnUhhii; tlooil-, Crockciy, t)laf and
Chhm Wnru, 1'rnctlcul Mrrl aulc, Honolulu, II. I.
I ly
CHAMPAGNE CIDEK MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
r, x. ia i, mini Miii-ci, j
A. W. RICHARDSOX &Coi
IMI'CIKTKIH AMI IIKAI.MI1 IN
llontn. Shoe", FnniMiltiiT OimN, Main, Cnpi. Tronkn,
Valines, l'crfumery mt Himiiw, WaHlimn Wutclici,
Fine .lew dry, etc., comer of rortniul .Merchant M,,
Honolulu, If. I. I ly
M. DICKSON
PhotoBrajiliIo Artist,
101 and 101 l'ort Street.
1'Ictitre of nil nlze- nnd klmh madn to order, nnd
Frnmei of nil de-crlptioue constantly on hiinil. AUo,
Shell. Cornln, nnd tMirloiitli' of tins I'uclltc. '.' ly
r,. w. iiopp,
Cnlilnot Knlior, (Tultnl.storor, Donlcr in
jTuruituro,
No. fi"? Klnc Street, bctmi'ii Niiunnu nnd Tort Streets,
Mnttrcstia constnuily on hand or mndo to enter,
:'ly
TKOS. O. TilRTJM,
Importinrr nnd Mnntiliintm'iiip; Stntionor.
News A;ont, Boole Binder, &o.,
Merclinnt Street, nnd Dealer In
Kino Stationery, Hook;, Mimic, Toys nnd Fancy Goods,
1 Fort Street, uenr Hotel, Honolulu. ly
W, M. WENSBII. JOHN SlVENErj!.
WENNER & CO.,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
MmmfnctnrinK .Tcwolor-s, Dinmonil Sottcrs,
Enrjrnvers.nnd Dciilers In Jewelry of nil kinds. Shell
mid Kukiil Jewelry mudi to order, Orders nln re
ceived and fnlllifully attended to for nil klndu of Hnlr
Work in Jewelry or -Memorial Designs. 1 ly
TRAN1C GERTZ,
Sjj BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
No. SO Merchant St., next to Thos. a. Thrum.
Hoot mill .Nliooi JIuitu t Oritrr, of Host Jfii.
tfrllll.llllll lit ItCMIIMlllll- lrlH'H.
Boots and Shoos mado for Cash only
3jy '
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers nnd "Wholcsiilo Donlors in Gono-
rnl Morcltnndiso,
2 Mnkec's Hlock, (urcn Street. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
ForwnrdiiiR rvml Commission Morclmnts,
MU California St., San Francisco.
Special fncllltle' for nnd particular nttentlon paid to
3 cundgnmcntH of Is! mil produce. ly
voiiO A.Tsrz iioxjas
C'KATKIC i)V OF I(II.,l)K.V.
W. II. LT2NTZ, MANAGER.
Plenty to eat. n ronslui: lire, clean beds, und tho best
attendance on tho Hiiwaiinn Islands
Vlcttors requirbiK nnv nnusuul display of volcnnle
ncttou will kindly rlvu Mniiacr at lenst ten duya notico
in nno wenincr, unci irum eleven to unriceu in loul,
6 ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY,
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
NU1IANU SHUET.
Pilot, Medium nnd Navy llread nlnays on hand and
made to order Also, voter. Soda nnd Putter Crack
ers, Jenny bind Cakes, ,V
Ship llrcail re-lmked on tlie shortest notice. Fninily
Dread, made of the Pest Flour, baked dally nnd always
on bnuu,
X. . Ilruivii llrrml r the lien I lmillly
2Jy
T. J. MOSSMAN,
Importov nnd Donler in Crooltorj-,
Plain nnd Decorated Porcelain, Cut und Pressed Glas,
Silver Plated Ware, Cutlery, Chundellers, Lamp,
Chimney-'. Ktc. ,
Fire Proot Store, cor. Kin? nnd Nuuanit Sts., Honolulu.
E, COOK WEBB.'.M. D.,
IHomoopo-thist,
(Lnto Chief of Stall' Homeopathic Hospital, Wnrd'u
Islan-'., V.. V.)
Ofllcel'iO Fort Street. Special attention to diseases of
women nnd children
Otllce lionrs Until 10 a.m. g to Ir.JU 21y
O. SEIiCLKE.N.
a. K.NOLiNa.
SEGELKEN & CO,
No. S Kuuanii Street,
Tinsmithn and Plnmliorii, Donlors In Stovrw,
ltaiiC, Tin, Slmetlrun and Copper Ware, keep eon
rtnnily on hand 2 full assortment of Tinware, Ualrnn.
ized Iron nnd Lead Pipe, India Jtubber Hose, Ac, Ac.
Sly
HIGGINS & JESSETT,
(os, 5U and 63 Kln St.,
iCnrriaco Btiililors. Trim
rav.tV"'mors, Pnintors, Varnishors
All kinds of Itepalrlni; attended to,
Eunraiiteed at Low Hates.
and good work
A. L. SldlTH,
41 rpKT hTllEET, IMrOHTLH ANUDL'ALm INj
Mrlden Quadrnplu l'lated Ware, ni.usw.ire. Kins'
Combination Spectacles and ye Glasses, Urackcts,
Vases, Lustrnl Wire Ware, Ftncy boaii, Picturo
Frames, Wostcnhohn's t'ocket Knbes, Scissors, Pis
tols, Powder. Shot aud Ammunition, Clark's rlpuol
Cotton, Machine Gil. all kluda of Machine Xeeulce,
"Domestic" l'apcr Fashions, Sole ARCnt for the uni
versally acknowledged
Light Running Domentio Sewing; Macliino
S. M. CARTER.
Agent to talio AoUnavIod;nionts to Con
tracts, for Lubor.
Ofllco at 1. M. S. Duck. EsiiUnudc, Honolulu, II, I,
k, Esplanu
Sll 15 ly
CI. W. .llAtllMltLAili; He. C.,
IMPOlvrEKS AND COMMISSION MEHCHAHT3,
HobIuou's I'lre-proofilulUIng,
QuesnStrsst, llooalulu, 11,1.
AaiNTi rori
Tin OUsicow arid Honolulu Llns of l'c lists.
John Itsy A Co' I,lwrool huJ London i'acksti.
Tin Wnlknj.ll I'liuUtluli,
The Sencor rianUtlan, llllo,
HnkitUii I'Uiiimluii, llllii.
Mlrrltrs, Tsll it Viwu,Hugar Slsehlasry.
Th I'uulimfrhssu lUnch Cumiay, IM
A. W. PEIRCE ii CO,,
SHIP CHAWDLEU3 ft C0MMIS3I0K MERCHAKTS
AOKNTk llll
Ilraud's (luus and llouib Lauces,
I'srrr Davis' Pain Killer,
8M-.1 Wo m Quseu mresl, Honolulu. ly
U. .H. WIHI'.MIV, .11. ., Is. N.
Dental Rooms on Foit Street,
OMce in Ilrcwor's, lllock, corner Hotel and Foil ttrtxts.
ell ly Kutuuce. Uuttl Stmt
:b.:.'i. itiiovrs.
ATT0HNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
.NUTAltV l'UllUC
AaJ Aj.ut fr taklox AcViiuwIxIcmsutsof Instrunisatifo
lbs liUndcfU-bu.
ut No. Ks.hlioianu.ilr.rt. Honolulu. It. I. ly
xiti:o. ii. u.ivii:n.
Lita Jtxioi, Oatu Co.J
IMPOKTEH AMD COMMISSION KEBCHAXT
AUD A(JIt ro
UojJ'nd the UxrpcolUudsrwiltrrs,
llrlllili md rorsieu )Urlii la.uianca Compsuy, and
WiirlbiTii AMnrancCorapnr- oStl ly
a. M. CAULK. I. ATUKIITUII
DANTI.1! Ac. IXMIUK,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION XEBCBANTS
lMPOIir,KU AM)
Dealers In General Merchandise,
Nthto Klof3trtst,Huu'lulu(lIaalla fiUnili,
.... AOKSTo (OK .
Tbs Union lomrtucs OioioAoy of Sso ITraBcJico. TbsNsa
ca(isaa nutaai uutaiai-anc uomiay, uosvuo
TU Ofsioo Psck.l Liar.
lbs KoJuU Hsntattos.
Dr. Jain 4 Son's Clbrt4
Mtillclnst.
Wbl A Wltaoa's Sswlof
JttMhlaM, (oly)
Tbttla.knPUnUllog,
v aisius riaoiaiuwi,
Uuoxksa PUataUon,
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY,
Corner nr Port and Queen Struts Honolulu,
I.ncthcr, Paints, Oil), Nails, Salt nnd Building
(ioo.lt Mutnrlnlrof nvnry kind.
":... ii. ,vil.'i',
ooun 0111,1,011 jy-'xr tjv -w
.M1 Xo. 13 Knalnimnnn street.
BARTOW & TUCKER, Atir.tionocm,
Soles Itoom, No. r-8 IJuieii Street.
Nojtil.iortii Wm. (IMrnln iVs. 803 ly
i'. a. NOiuAHi'tiK .v :.,
Importors A Commlnslon Morchnnts
Tt Honolulu, llitttHlliili llUlid. ty
. fi. (,l,.11,tBBri4i!M. .IB. !..
SUltOEON AND HO&EOPAIHIO PHYSICIAN.
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V.. . ABr-A.llM,
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(liieeniMreH, llnnnlntu, II. Ii (".y
i:n
uoa'ssjtm.AiUJBiit a ;.,
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AND COMMISSION MEKC1IAI1T3
lliinnlnlii, Onlin, It. L S18 It
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:t
F. T. LENEIIAN & CO.,
Importers und Commission Morchnnts,
b.l.i Niiunini htrect, Honolulu. l'J
A.
K. OliDMJICOtEA &
Co..
iMponrsKS axd niAttn. ty
Gonoral 3VIcx-clxxiillo,
7im OornerQufii'ii ninl K wnliunmiiii atreetw, If
n. r.aAOU'a:i,i .v ;.,
QENEKAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Uueen atrect. Honolulu, It. I. i ly
A . V . It 1 Sll,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Uruceiy ami Feed tfte-re,
705 lyl fiOKnrt Street, llorolultl.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
Fnshioniiblo Drosu nnd Clonic Mnlcor,
1UI I'ott street, Iloiioluln, II, I.
tlli -M ly
iioi.i.ii:s At 4:0.,
Ship Chandlers nnd Commission Merchant!.
mportcrsnud lieuleriln nrneral Mercnsnilliv,tJueeiiStrost
lluuoltilu, Hawaiian Islands. 830 ly
u. !'. i:BiiB.a;ics & j..
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
nr-prouf8torf.KorlStiilimeOclil follows Hall. 8IC-ly
i.,ii.m;
COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
Afd ItiiKrters of mid Dealers In Ha, Urnln, and llenvrnl
Priilucy. Honolulu. It I. . 8-11 ly
.SOIIIIV II. IA'1'Y..
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
For tlieSUtcs of Ciitlfoiiiln untl New Vork. Office at tbo
lUnk if Illsliop A Co., , Honolulu. oSSO ly
.cooirv 'i'. VAXi:icunj!i:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
il Queen Slrnt', llnnoliilii. II. I. Iy
JNO. A. HASS1NGER,
Agont to tnlco Ackno-nrlcdRiuonts to Con-
trncts for Enhor.
618 3
Interior Olllce, Hon Inln.
ly
11. 1: . .iici.vi'Yi;!; &. innyrui.it.
GROCERY, PEED STORE and BAK.ERY,
Corner of King nnd Fort streets,
HONOLULU. 811 ty
uonr. i.KWKiio, c. i. iiuoicu.
1. j; M' 1: It S &. COO H..K,
Successors to LEwi.ns & Dicksoh,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LU3HBER
Aud till kinds of Ilulldlng Materials
Fort Street,
80 j ly
Honolulu.
lll.IANHA.tl Ai CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints ami Oils, aud General Mer-
clmu.llie. No. 3; Kort Street. Honolulu. f'l8 ly
CLAUS 81'UECKEI.S. WJI. II. IEWIN.
V.tB. ti. IEClVir Ac CO.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents
Honolulu. II. I. 607
II. O. 1EAI.I. Ac mo;,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
DryOuods,l'ulnts, Ollsund (lenersl Merclniidlse.
830-ty CuiiierFortanil Klngl?t.
11. 1. P. damn, p. c. J0.11S, Ije.
C. BREWEK & CO..
SHIPPING & COMmlSSIOH MERCHANTS,
7113 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. y
BISHOP & CO.,
m- TVT TT3T" TTt - SEX
JK xm. J.- nt jm J.m. tm ,
HOMII.Ur.U, 1 1 HAWAIIAN 1HI.ANTJM'
. . DltAW EXCItANOE ON
1HE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : SAN FRANCISCO
1K0 III Kill Adt.lTSia
New Vork,
lioslou,
I'nrls,
Auckland,
THE 0R1ENTAI DANK CORPORATION, : : : LONDON
AXD TI1IIU OKAaCUCS IX
Hunt; Kouj;
Syilnei-.und
Melbourne,
Ann1 transact aOtnsral llnnlilng llmlnesii. 830 ty
IlY.11i:V 'IlKON.,
Importers of General Merchandise
FROM
FliANGE, ENGLAND, GERMANY, AND
UNITED STATES,
Ko. V) Merchant Sfeet, - Honolulu, H. I,
II' .HAN IIUON..
WEOLESALE GROOERB,
21Cauasi3 California Street,
NAN 1' K A N : I N J O .
HfT Particular attention paid to lllllng and shipping
Island orders. rXTl ly
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
kxlatj: AimiVALtt,
AXiarso Xjot of 33Ct3iy
OP THU NKW CHOI'. ALSO,
1Fioe and Ground Hurley, Oats, Jiran,
and Alfalfa Hay.
We carry thn largest stock of Hone Feed In tills
KliiKdiuii, and ar always prepared to till all orders
iltliurcustomed promptness, and
AT LOW HATES FOR CASH.
Dj-( rain Ground toOrder.S)
Wheat, Corn, Cracked Corn, Oil Cake, Middlings,
Mixed feed, tic, ahvsyi un hand,
113m I.AINE ii CO.
L. 6. SRESOVICH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD DEALEIIS IN
FRESH FRUITS & CALIFORNIA PRODUCE
ALSO
IS litis, of every kind
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Frosh Eastern Oysters in the Shell
ItEOEl'vEU I1Y KAQH STBAMEft.
smsv firTHr. rvmaT lass-wasresi
fC strains, and of all arcs, FOR SALE,
4wsi bomd and dtllrrred lo itsarast 01
acbooDcr, AT MODBKAYK l'JUU,o.
VtrasMM wUklairxasa alirl wHk Mm Rat4osk
Mr iMsuniV wavavi iMy ut haw,
mu Imj" lit twin siaX aUtiai.
6,r ! A.KUllKKT,UwlUoHoUJ.
Press.
APRIL 16, 188J.
ED. C. ROWE,
Ilnuao nnil SIrh Pnlntor, Paper Hnrpr,&o,
Mi ly yo 107 KlnR atrect. Honolulu. S
:ii No. ti Kurt Ht., Iielow llr. StanRPnirald's. ly
'. '. ;oiilMlA'.
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST
lliir,i Mimlnj,-, S'lirrliiKi' Vurl,
I'lniilMllon .llnt'ltliifry, ar,
a) flhnp on King Street, neit Cattle fc Cooke's. ly
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory and Bakory
u. ironw,
Practleal Cenfrctloncr. Pnttry Cook nnil Prikor,
8H " H'llelstreetjjietween Nimnmi nnil Tori, a ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
fTf .sti-.a.m KM4i.ni. sikjaii ain,r.
.ililt&it. Ilcllirs, Coolers, Iron, tlra.snnd LeadCisllnRi
Mnchlnory of Evory Doscrlptlon,
9 Made In Order Tfn
Particular nttentlon paid to Ship's Blnckimlthlng
aa-JOII WOltlt eculeilon lliesliorteit nulltt. (nSII ty
''tio.iiAM 0.a;d: '
M AOECIJNTIS
T,
No. Ill l'ort Nlrcot,
will nttend to nil orders In tho
Vv
X'lnrif ntiN e ncMCDm ticosin i me
un...!,, uun u uuiliihl 111.1 Hill Llllt.
He will rslvo sp-clal atlmitlon In rleenlnB, repnlrlnu
and reKiilstliiK Melui( ilnotilnei, nnd nil oilier kinds of
Light Miiclilnery and -Metiil Worlc of every description.
lllncksinlthluK, etc.
Also, on hand nnd fur sale cheap,
A Variety of Sowing Machines
llin, I'latol. Shot, Alllmitlllllnil,
SUCachinc Oil, Needles, Ac, Ac, die.
v'lia Macliino Tuckers, Hinders, and nil other turn
3in4dupllcaipnrtuf mnPhlnea supplied on short notice.
Jtsr llest Mouhlau Twlst.l,a
Silt Agent fn Ihh Kingdom for
Tio nnmncrHewIn? Machine, frui (-I0 lo ISO.
.VhlteKnwinit Machine, from i to 7S.
'InmcMiiiiitluHcwIpK.Mnchlne, fiom $13 to 35,
IU) Including nil tunw jot ty
I IIAVK NK!IIKKI A
JFIRST-CLASS HORSE -SHOERJ
L
5
bz-f
Anil utn r'mreil to enrry 11 iliunrnu
ol my Html net Inn ninntipr Hntl.
factory to my 1'ntronn.
OWNERS OFFINE STOCK
Will do well to givo mo a Call.
Horses sent to my King St. Shop
Will be faithfully attended to.
3m C. WEST.
MANUFACTUItED OF
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
BY
DF 3BC O jL TUT,
Fratical Confectioner & Pastry Cook
Plonoor Steam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Syrups always on hand
T t TTl &, T XX 3L &
l'ut up In A. No. t Iteflneil Siisars, hljhly
rccommendnl for Sen voyages.
American, French, English
AND
Germnn Pastries
Made to Order at short Notico
Wedding Cakes Ornamented
In the htgheat Stylo of Art.
Rich fresh home made Chocolate Creams, Cocoanut and
Cream Candies.
9fo. 71 Hotel Street lict. Kiiiinsui mill Fort
fU ly qr
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG
WEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of HAMHUUa.
BI1IX1U.-VUN. .MKHC'IIAMUINE, FUKNI.
TlIUEund Machinery Insured ncajuat Tire on tha
Dttnt favorahlo ternis.
A. JA(r;il. Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
811 ly
Insurance Notice.
THE ACE.VT FOlt TIIH UIMTISI1 For.
ex M4lliii Insurance Compauy, (Llnilted), 1ms ir
vivrd Instructlom lo reduce tlm rules or Insurant
iifn Honolulu ami Torts In Ilia I'aclflc, end Is now pn.
owes to Issue I'ollcle. at Ilia lowest rates, Willi n special
telvttlou ou freight per steanisrs.
' TE0. II. DAVIHS,
ly 0 AcBnt llrlt. Fur Mar. In.. Co.. Limited
Insurance Notice.
rpm: i'xui:KKiiM;i aiii; iiti:iARKn
1. to H-rlto upon Merchandise, per ilrst-clais vessels
bfCsTien this and tho Const Porte, covering loss or
tUamce, If umoantlng to til per cent, or more, on tha
soand value of the wholo shipment at part of delivery,
upon favorablu ternis.
niSHOP A Co.
Asents of the Firemen's Tiind lusuranca Company.
Honolulu. Jan.. Til. ISnO. tcM ,1m
THE LIVERPOOL fi LONDON S GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY.
itabllshed 1636.
Unlimited Liability to Stockholder.
Assets Sil.sifi.icm
Iteserve., ,,,, U,7ai,VJ0
Income for IffTUt
Tremluina received after deductluu of re'lti-
turance , ttfiSix,
Losses romptly adjusted and paid hero,
13m IIINIKU' .1: 'o., AKi'lll.
FIREMAN'S ?Um)
Inaurance Company.
A Loading Home Company.
Aisctt.JunnSOlh 77,:W7.1T
Additional C'atli Capital (now belnj; called In) tUO.UiO.OU
Toul Assota ,...., , 8l,IT,37.t7
Tire T'niBMA3fs ruxn insuh-
X ANCK CO.Ml'ANV hails Its claims to I be best
pttronajo upon Its sound financial condition, reinforced
by Its accosslon of capital, flvlns It over a million
dol ara In assets! lis rmonilvu system of Azrncics, In.
aurliiK It a Itre premium Income, wlthuui the neces
sity of heavy concentration of Huts: In adherence to
tba best principles aud practices of Undrllllne; by
open, fair and clearly expressed contracts, tnil prompt
and equttablo adjustment and payment of Icsltlmato
losses.
For seventeen years tt has been favorably known aa a
conservative underwriter, and darlux that lima has
paid over
4,000,000 IN LOSSES,
raiting Irluinphintly through tha hcailttt coiifUjra.
Ilous known In modern history,
HIMIIOf Co., AUU,
13m llonulnlu, fl. 1.
Rhenish Wostphallan Lloyd
INI UftANCE COMPANY.
ar U. mUWMACH, WtnnaUti fnula,
Aachen and Leipzig Insurance Co.,
Limited,
r AACHCX. ( aU..CMAKI.I4e.)
A 1.1. VliAIHs. srJH VAKTICCLAB AVaW.
AUK ausuUMt by Usods rr(vlu bore, and In.urid
m tna aiwv CoapauUeiava W be toad wliU Ih coi.
tiUanoe 0 and csrUU.d Iu by Mm uudsraWotd. In ordsrL
vaUd. IU ly) J. (j, ULl)K, Aftat.
I t-J
WMW,
Xlcwl
NUMBER 33.
Huston Hoard or llnilcnrritrrss
A CIK.NTS for the llnirnllnit lalnmla,
J wi'i c. iinnwnitACo.
Philadelphia Hoard or Uiiilcnvrltcrs.
4 or.SfTrt for tlio ItnAvnllnn Itlniula,
S "n1-l C. IHtHWKHCO.
i'. a. m;si ti;?'!:!:,
Allll.VTor Ilrrmcil Itnnril nr (fiuleru rltera.
A (rent of Orelen lloihl ef llndsrwille r,
Agent ol Vienna Doardof Underitrllsrs.
Claims ugnlnit lniurance Compsglrs wltliln the nrlsdlctlon
of His adois llosrdsnf Unilerrllers, will hate 10 tie eit
fled tn liy lliealmtesgenl In miko tliem talM, VJl ly
IIA.IIItllKt:.'!!.
Hit V.M v.n
FIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY.
'Pitt: iTMr.itsi(4.i:n iiavimj nv.v.x ai.
. liainted Acents of the nlinvn Company, are pre'
pnred to insure risks nir.iln.t firu on .Slum, and lirlrh
Jl"l IiIIiih, and 1111 .ili'rcliniiilli' stored therein, on
.on iimii invorniiifi terms, ror
rr particulars apply at tl
'. A. HOIIAKKB It ft CO.
the
ninepiir Ml ly y
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
Of HAN V II A Jf C I H 0 O .
3V4il1.2Xo.
INOOnrOIlATBD, 180B
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS
819
For the Ilmvnllnn lalnmla.
GERMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
Jb'OllTUNA
General InsurancejCompany of Berlin.
riiiiE Aitovr. i.Nitit,i: com.t?rir.i
J. hae ettibllihrd n Ocncral Accncy hero, nnd tho
linderslfined, Ueneral Agents, are nuthoilzcd to talio
ItliltH nunliial Hie Iimitrtl llio Messut the
Hunt lirnMintinlo Itnlrn, mill oil tlm
.Mott t'ltroriililii Term.
fitr. ly F.A.gCIIAr.rnitAnb.. neneralAgcnts.
MOETH BRITISH AND
INSURANCE
MERCANTILE
CO.,
OK LONDON AND KUINDUItUII
KSTAlU.l.Sllim 1809,
CAPITAL I.Otl7,!m
Alculiiulntcil nnil Investeil Fund. JI,H38,118
riJIIIR UNIi:llH10NKIJ IIAVK HKKN AP-
M. I'OINTl'.li AllllNTH for the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorized to Insure npitnst Fire upon favorable terms.
ItlnkstrtkeiilnnnypHrt of Hie Islands on Stone and Wooden
IluilillllKs and incrchiiiiitl.e stored therein, Duelllns; lluuiie
ami Furniture, Tinilier, Coils, Shlpi In harbor with or with
out rirues. or under repair.
804 ly HI). HQFrgCllt.AKOKU ACQ
WILDER & CO.,
AKruls lor tlm IlniviilliiiiInlnmU,
Of TIIK
Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OF NKW YORK.
Largest, Safost and Most
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD !
Assets (1880). $90, 000, 000
ATiTi Ou9L833:.
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None but First-Class Risks lakeu,
S4r.;iu
THE
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.
OP IIOSTON, MASS
IXOIiniMIIIATED, 1S35.
Ihe Oldest Pur tly Mutual Life Insurance Co. in
tlie United Slates.
Poltcios Iimod on the most favorablo Terms.
Kxnmrilo or Niiii-rnrtolturo Plnu
I.NSOKEDAaK, 3S TKAllS-OItDINAKY MFC PLA!
1 Animal prrmium conllnuns Policy 2 yiars days
2 Anniisl premium ennllnues Policy 4 jesrs 1 days
3 Annual premium Cilitlutie Policy 0)earn 27 days
4 Aniiiitl premium cnr.iltmes policy 8 years IU days
5 Animal premium continues Policy 10 jearsOu days
..aisotis. : 913,500,000!
Louuk I'nIU thronirli lloiinliilu A(oiicy,
$49000
CASTLE & COOKE, A J E NTS
am KOlt THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND. ly
ASTOB HOUSE
DINING AND
LUNCH PARLORS,
Xo. 70 and 78'llotel Street,
HART.BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by tho Day, Week or Transient
BILLIARDS,
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in First-Glass Style
AT A LI. IIOUKN.
HENRY J. HART, 837 0 EMJS A. HART.
oqivcxxj jpxtxisBaa'jssV
HAMBURG TEA.
T IM IMl'OMSIIJI.K TU NAY TOO MUCH IN
- pratso of tbla Kood old standard Family Medicine
It cannot be too hlchly recommended, as It la truly a
Jli.rvcl ol ! Af, and no household should be
without It. It prevents aa well aa elite Nltlu III.
-e, Hunt, llliKliiuntlsiu, srnel and all Kid
ney IIUrnsoN, AtrVcteil J.lvvr, llewiliiclie,
.lliiiiMtn, lllle, VVIinI, luillg-nalloii, C'ouallin.
tluu, fevers mid A (rue, Klceiileaaurws), l.tsl
liulo, Fuiil Mrratli, and every disease brought on or
apgravatcd by a disordered stomach.
It purllcs the Illood, Cleanses tha Htopiach and Dow.
els, and fives the whole system a. Heallliy and Delicti
ful Touo. "f hero never was a inedlc'nsj for tho Xursery
equal to It, and being composed of Ilorb uply.lt can
bi given safely to Infants. It Is a triumph In medicine
harmless, ytl efflcaclou. Invaluablo In the family, on
tha road, at sea, and everywhere,
for nt by all Druxulit, and at wholsalo by
81U McLEAN 111(08.
NEW GOODS
KX
STEAMEa CITY OT BYDBTEY,
IDA BleKAY. AND
J A rALKIWBTJKO
BY TII"K A1IOVKMAXY VKSSEL8,
via hava Ju.l reculvcd. EitraMess Beef In baircl
and half barrels. Cases Halrhiiik Latd,
Ooldeu (lata Kttra Ksinllr wi.
Wheal, Corn, Oats, Xc,, it,
BOITiEI) TilNSKKD PAINT Oil,.
IUmt Liuseed I'alnt Oil, Waircnled the puru Aitldu
IjiJ Oil, for Lobrksllmr. Case of oplrll Tut
ptntlue. Atlantic I.sad. In packages of I lb, aud
upward) or CO lbs. faint Urushcs In jrtat
varltty. All of which will be sold at Prices by
IM If BOtLKS CO.
WIRE RIGGING.
CUM rMK 11XCU TO a
intnm. wmm
atOIXS 4 CO.
19 Mltb
2 418
E.O.HALLASON
Hnvo Jnst Kcclved n Ismrf(e)
STOCK OF GOODS,
-IBX 1
Late Arrivals.
Ilesldes our mnal fnll aortment of merchandlie, w
would tall attention to the following Items t
OIL! OIL! OIL!
The stsndsrd l.ramt. Knnndsv sntt tlnwner's. frth
from tho Itoitner'es. The Noondiir till l tf hlch test
and la noweonstdeMd Till; lllJSt t'AMII.V Mil,
In bo had In tha market.
IA11D OIIi In cnnM nnd In luirrol,
LUllltlOATINO OtM-Ix, rrlml-Cntor 01
Nrnt" Knot OH, CvllmW Oil, Clitnp Jnpnn for
Hmokestnck nnd Iron work'.
HaU's Steel Flows,
A full line from No. to No. IS.wltHettra Shares and
Handles. A full car load direct from Mollne,
Hall's Hickory Trash Forks,
A new nrllcle, mndo for turning trash, l'leaia
ordrr samples to try.
Hall's Cano Planters or Covorors
A new tool for covering cano seed after being
placed In tha furrow) with It ono man
can no mo worx or lluee.
Ilnrstmv Stovn Company's Celebrated
Stoves, Ranges and Cabooses,
Fanners' Caldrons, assorted.
ST UK-Vino MnclilnUt'H Toiils,
l'AOKINU-All Hles. t
Hi'lno Twino nnil Flali lAncn.
Hubbuck's Paints and Oils
Mnsury's ("olnrs III tins, for Houso nr Coscli I'alnllne,
nckiiowlcd(ed by all good painters to be the 7nf Matte.
Wntor Filtcru, Ico Crrnni Freezers, llcfrlKcrntura,
nyilninlin .TiickR, liftina 7 tuna '21 ItielicH, Jlur
ilirk'fl TiKlilor Cnttrm, Nnilsof cvitj description,
Lock's of e cry ilfHcriptlon, Anioakeni Denim",
liy tlio Imlo or pieco j Amoskeno; TickiiiR, by tho
pit'CO.
I'OWDEK Ulnsthifr, Olnnt ntul Herctilcs, Sporl
1'owder from f to 115 lb. tiim, Oiitnt l'owdur nnd
I'orousiion piipn.
All for sale cheap by
E. O.HALL & SON,
IT Corner Ulnar nnd Fort Ntrceti.
EECEIVED THIS DAY
EX BARK KALAKATJA.
FF.r.n-t'Ai.iroitMA hay, oami-orivia
Onts, California Hurley, California Oround Hurley,
Callfornlu Cum. California M heat, California ll.-un.
All fresh and In good order, and for sale low by
BOI.LES & CO.
FJiOUlt.
QOI.IIKN tJATi: K.TKA FA.VIII.Y,
Uoldeu (Into linkers' Kjtrn,
Excelsior Kxtra,
Ex bark Kalaknun, for salt- by HOI.l.KS A CO.
(UtOCKItlKN KX KAI.AKAUA."
PHKSTO.N .V .ttKKKIM.'N Ytnsit 1'nniler,
Oolong Comet Ti a, English Dreakfast Ten,
Crushed Sugar, Granulated rini'dr, Cuba Hugar,
ForrJaiuby IJOLLEaJtCO.
IMtOVIKIONH.
PitmR pouk, l.xritA nr.HH nrr.r i?r
barrels. Extra Family Ileef In half barrels, Extra
I'lg l'ork In li. U and )i barrels, llnltcr In v!U lb kegs
and I lb glass Jars j Hams und llacon (extra nice), Lard,
For Sale by 110LLEU &, Co.
SALMON.
COMIMIIIA RIVKIINAI.MOIV IW BARREU
and bnlf barrels, Canned Salmon 1 and Sib tins.
UOLI.EH A CO.
I.IA1K.
A NKW LOT EX IlItIG IV. II. MKYKR,
For sale by
HOLLES CO.
CIUAK8.
COni: VKIIY FINK NAMI'LV:
Ex Kalakaua. for sale bv
U0LLE8 & CO.
March 1, 1W1.
845 29
Per City of Sydney.
-J OO BAGS IURST QUAIilTY POTA-
A. toes. Dags Mllverskln Onions
California Ualry Ilulter,
In :v lbs kesi
and 4 Iba
uiuss iinrs, mil un Axnrcssi
for our Trade
Eastern Codfish. Ilonclcss Codfish. Eastern Hams.
Eastern llacon. Comet English llreakfast Tea,
Inft lb boxes. Comet Oolong Tea, o lb boxes.
Salmon, Pilot Bread, Crackers, and Caku, .Medium
Bread In Caeca.
PAINTS AND OIIiS. ATXANTIC
Lead, Hubbuck's Lead, Itnbbnck's Zinc,
Verdigris, Black Paint, Chrome Qreen,
Chrome Yellow, Paris Green, and a
Full assortment of Fancy Paints.
For salu liy HOLLES ,t Co.
ROITjEU xjnsekd oil in bbxs.
and 5 gallon cans, JUw I'alnt Oil, tho pure, linseed.
x-ur eniu uy jiui.L.,a A no.
LTJBIUCATING OILS.
Castor Oil In 2 and S gallon cans: Lard Oil, In
barrels und cans. For sale by HOLLES & Co,
PACIFIC RUBBER PAINT,
A full assortment of thla celebrated paint In H,
1 and 6 gallon packages, all tho dcslrablri shades and
colors. For salo by HOLLES A Co.
OATS, BARLEY, BRAN, CORN,
Wheat and Hay, per " D. O. Murray'' and "V. Tl.
Dlmond." For sale by HOLLES & Co.
POTATOES.
A flue lot per"
City of Sydney." For sale by
HOLLES & Co.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON, IN
barrels and half barrels. For salu by
BOLLKS i. Co.
CASE GOODS,
A largu assortment of Fruits, Meats, Flsb,
Lobsters, Clams, Oysters, Shrimps. Ac.
Just received, and for sale by HOLLES Co.
MANILA COltDAGK.
A FUlib AHMORTMENr OF BIlKsl nOM
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six thread to five Inch.
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HOLLES A CO.
BU'J
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ITER AND CHEESE
Kecelycd by the " City of Sydnay.'' For sale by
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HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE.
AN AMftOKTXCNT OF UKEH FROM a La
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Honaellne. Marline, Hounding, Ac
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BLOCKS AND WAST HOOPS,
PATK.vr majr ntkapper uiAtcum
. Metallic Iron Strapped Blocks, Patent Bushing
Plain Buihlug, full assortment of ilies.
8 MB HOLLES A CO.
CALIFORNIA
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HOUSEKOID FURNITURE
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DESIRING FURNITURE
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Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
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ON HAND AT THE STOIIE Of L W. HOPf
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