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- T"s?"?w?j'arf fe. v E I. It c I? t R' &? 1 SATURDAY PKI3SS. SATURDAY, OCTOIIRR , iMi. TIIK ARAB AND HIS DONkKV. An Arab ram In the rtr side, With a donkey brlne an UliV Hut he would riot Ifjr li rofd llifl tide, For he had l gwal an So he rami.! ll nltM by ihe rleer eMe, And remained nil lha liit had W M '', Fr he knew should the donkey from llf subside, lie never would find hi I. When morning dawned end the M wi mil, The iir rrnwd orer nalh Allah's p-Wlton, Arl the Arab wat hsppy, se " 'Il4( For he had the beet dniiley In ill thai I. "then he ml alorVeyfromOM Iceland, lufoee h ha-l entered a league w jtrtiin-l. Who Unlefed him hard for trade of 111, Ice a "hme." lhl wouldn't draw f.. 'lhat donkey wat tijf Vnln mn, Who raited Me tobe ami lend did holler! "How rmxh'll rml lVe foe lhal 't lel, In gold, of llrr, or papr JT IV Aran knew, when the man eald "m," Ma Uloninl lo lh dickering Yankee nation, And Mietliig Vanleee neter swap fair Ha tl rtobee.1 to that llul wr wat. spied a Treat thap, Wlio wore long hair ami had a twerger ; " ImiIc here, pard, I want llll.heel,, An) al lha Arali aimed hit I. Al gieel frelnne should hate ll, lha I glanced, Or ll mlU hatesrilled the Arala hash I Anl wiring lha nlieli.1t, lha lallrr thanced 'lomake on lha'laian a fatal So lha aaa wat sated, an.! lha oMi.W ti: Anil Immawanl tha Afali made lite way To Allah Ml IhanVl he Kara anew, that a . hail coma In lha haplets fray. TIIK NATIVn I'KHSS. TIIR CROWNINU W TIIK KINO, Out voice hat lone liccn llcnt on thlt novel sulijccl which It iiowctfiilly movlnn the Inlmlt of the kIiir utiectt, of all Miailct of color, who are lirorallnrj over the comtltlonof Hawaii and arc licailnn; the burden of latatlon to re plenlth the pulillctrcatiiry. The rraaon It, that wn have hecii In doulit, hecaute we had thotifjht thlt coronation wat to lie pcrformnl for the ur)ote of firmly uniting the loyally of Ihc clllicni, and that the Krcatctt economy wat lo lie olitcrvcd. In the Iaf);itt.i lure of 1880, $10,000 wat appropriated for the coionallon of the Klii);, )ot he hat not liccn crowned totliaaprctcntday. Hut notullhttand Inglhat, $6,000 of that um hat liccn expended) In what way who can tell? The profligate I.q;!tlature of 188 J hat lately tat and hat again net apart $lo,orjo for the tame purMnc. Ami, lictldcs, In another Item of the Appropriation Hill, It devoted $20,000 to entertaining the rcprctcntalivcs of foreign governments and the dUtlnguithcd guestt that have liccn Invited to be prctent at the corona. Hon. Some dlttinguiiheil and able men from oilier countries who are acquainted with the cxcnsc of coronations In other landt have told us, "Hawaii will be lucky If the cost of thlt royal coronation docs not come to more than $too,- 000." This will lie a tremendous burden for Ihc nation to bear If the prediction is verified. Al the present lime wc can unhesitatingly affirm ll it as plain as day that there have liccn and arc licing spent $36,000, and it only lacks $64,000 to make up the whole sum fixed In the prediction already mentioned. Hut there can lie no doubt that if certain royal princes, the foreign representatives and all the guests who have liccn invited were really to come to the coronation of our King, our government would be under obligation to pro vide for their well being, and to entertain them in a style of magnificence greater than that in which their own government would en tertain them, in order that wc might have a clear and honorable name when they were to return to'llicir own governments. Besides, wc have read In one of the newspapers that the city of New York spent in one day more than $40,000 in the royal entertainment of a King of Siam who visited that city. Hut we arc am bitiously purposing to invite representatives from all the notable governments in the world ; and if this is to be done, how- many hundred thousand dollars will lie needed to suffice for entertaining them with due magnificence? It Is ierfectly evident the amount will far exceed the amount predicted. Our government is small, the receipts arc small and the number of taxpayers to fill the treasury is small. Many things remain to be done before we can increase our internal rev enue; the making of good roads, of landing places for vessels, and other useful internal improvements. Ever since the 12th of February, 1S74, when the legislature chose a constitutional monarch, it lias been our honest opinion, as n loyal citizen, that he was sovereign in all that liecomcs the dignity and sacrcdncss of that office, just as though he was descended from a high rank of heriditary chiefs. And all other additional ceremonies piled on this dignity and sacred nets, will not enhance by an iota his dignity and majesty, liecausc these performances arc nil outside of the Constitution, whence the King derives his authority to reign over the nation. And seeing, also, that no one has sought to disturb his reign during the years that have elapsed since the year 1S74, and as it is not probable that any such effort will lie made, pro. vlded he carries on the government properly, according to the constitution and the laws, therefore it it the part of wisdom to consider first the grounds and the results of this corona, tion. As we read the wishes of the nation expressed In the white pages of the newspapers, which vehemently denounce the coronation as a money wasting job, and seeing that the platform on which wc stand is that of economy, speaking for the people, we demand that a limit be put to the expense of this ceremony, that It alien to Hawaiian customs, and that no more money lie spent on it than was volcd by the legislature. Hut seeing the business lias Wen undertaken, the Invitations have been sent out to the nations friendly to I lawall, and seeing wc can not bring our Sovereign to sliaine, therefore, in consideration of these things, we are In favor of carrying out the business of the coronation to the end, with the understanding, however, that there Is not to lw another coronation and that no more of the people's money Is to be spent in this way while Hawaii remains a con slitullorul monarchy. We really thought, when the King was chosen by the legislature and was sworn by the chief justice to observe the constitution and the laws, tint that sufficed to crown him KiKj to the end of his days. We wish the nation far and near to under stand that we are not at alt in favor of calling together again the profligate legislature, which the whole nation blames, for the purpose of aiding in this business, and of paying them $0,oot of the people's money for themselves as tome sleek, well-fed ones tiave hoped ; that a special session of the legislature will be called, that they may collect the Increased pay they voted lo themselves. And again, we do not wish that another appropriation be nude for another coronation. If what the SUU stated some weeks ago is true, that Gibson Is the father of the corona tion, then this was stated with the expectation that he would obtain the gicater credit from the King, and that he would be made an executive officer, without first giving any thought to the expense of the coronation. a We can not cast the blame of this coronation on the innocent shoulders, but those who hav guUctl unsklllfully'and mischievously we sW bUtttt, anj lu this doubtless the ration wlM with us. Wv are here reminded of the words of a fcUsW, who laUt "The promotion of time Mnrw to inipomnt oKccs of the government k sW lo w taken, (be goveratneat, becauw they f - m, eJJs4'ff thintt only of their own iwrwmal interest, not r,f the imlilie welfare. Ily well conilnct the (jorjil nime of tlie government will 1 cast ilown ami the mini! of the nation will Ik iplit up Into actions. YOUR DIVISION OF HAWAII, The year 1881 It a remarkable year In the hhtoiy of out Rovernmcnl. If e will coniMet the Ictlcn of Hie (wople puMUheil In the p.ir iliiilnu the w few wcekn anl Ihli week, then It will l cvlilent that the mlnl of the coplc hat really lren tllvhlcil liy I till cahlnct, . (., hy llmh ami 01lon. No man can heal thtt pill I the only reineily It lo put out thetc two hilnlitcn. The Moreno unplca4nlnc wat nothlnt;, liecAiitc that lielonceil only to the city) Imtlliit prctent trmiMc ami illritlon It n real rupture of the nation, Thlt year, for the first time, have tltlrent fraihirtly ami with lmleenilencc iitteiol thtlr very thouj;hU, Ixcauv: of their jralouty for their counlry, their government, lielicvlni; that It hat liccn cntrutlcil to the hamlt of mltchlcvout ami Iteaclicroiit men. It It true the lUuitii lu Aiiut hat taken up the Inttle with the ntitll, on liehalf of lit eoun try, Itt nation and Itt Vlni, ImiI the nation It now lieylnnlnj; lo carry on the trtirnlc for Ittclf with vl;or In the name arena, Truly, "lt junlicc lie ilone, lhou(;li the hravem fall," Ko Uauiiil lu Ainu, Oct, 21, 1882, Ictu .fjbtrttocmcnlo. r UREWER .1c Co. HilNOIUlIt, II, I. OiTct for lata lha eargo of lha Martha Datjl, tha fi.1 lowing liil of MerthanilUel Card Matches, Farmer's Boilers, Darrels Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal, Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin gle, Bales of Excelsior, Nests of Trunks, Second-hand Safes In good order and at extremely low Prices, (Washington Chairs, FRASER'S AXLE GREASE, A Oioica selection of Ca rrlaffcs, J'fuvlons, llunket '1'ojiH, iliffirtnl stylts. Cut lniler VarrifitllH, Jlriiiiuell Top Jlitfiies, Also, per Inrk Rttwant May, Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 20, 22, 24 ounces, rs-egs 01 composition Nans, Grocerer's Wagons, Democrat Wagons, Hand Carts and Ox Carts. All of the above poods are in an excel tent condition, and will be sold low to close consignments. A STOR HOUSE PARLORS. ASTOR 1I0USK DINING AND LUNCH PARLORS, Numbers 76 and 78 Hotel Street. Ho a m by Tint Day, White, or Thansisnt Hi Ilia nil, Clear. Ciffitretle irul Tobacco, Soda Wate aud other Iced drink. McaUktrvcd In - FIRST-CLASS STYLE, AT ALL HOURS HART BROTHERS, PROPRIETORS. mwav ). IIAT. 9-qr KLLIS A. HART. EMPLOYMENT BUREAU, Y. M. C. A. Honolulu, 11, 1., .11 I'trtonM trrklna Kmiilnymntt, a tut lift i-ttnirm etmer lit iiohoihiu or at arty of the other IlUruHlntha Croup, In want u BHipioycca, win pieaie tiuka ineir wants known to tha unucriiirnej. wlu will da all In ihrir t,rr tn fill ineir enters. u, F, Dillingham. J. B. A then on. P. C. Jones, Jr.. Employment Committee, V. M. C A. T D. LANES MARBLE WORKS, Manufacturer of Monuments, &ADS7VXSS, ro.viis, TABLSrs, MAKBl.S MANTELS, H'ASUSTAA'D 7VPS, AND T.NG, IN Black and White Marble. MavrW. Work of rjr Caaoripttoa asaavsU to ortUr at tka lowaat poaatHa rsstos. MitnumtHtt akJ AjJthntf iltjutJ auj nut. Oi Jcrs from tha uthar IfclanJt jirouiialy atleuJad to. No. ta Fort StrMt, sur Hotel Sts. I -4m KNOWLBS'STBAU AND VACUUM Psialf, C. BREWER & C AGENTS. . Hiu on KaoJ a full anJ cooipWta stock of tha aaav caaawaaau inuaa, Juan eaawivcu 1. 1 mj intuit .. . r i . . . i . . . ... -w . . . Wars swasoi wt KttarailM total lo M cltcapjer ajtd bettai lUah any oskar atyta of shwp lanorlel. Wa nil lava Mieutoa of pluiert iwnkuuriy la In Yaoum Punus whka it tha Uasl cuaas&aMv and matt senic. Ua than uakat puBf f - e' - mftDtmm wGmSm Iclu bbtrtiocmcnlD. "O THE LADIES OP HONOLULU ! NUMHKK Of XKI.KCT UtHMT AND ClHI.IlitrtNlr I-I A T S HAVE I1KF.N ui:ckivi:i) AT MRS. A. MELLIS' Wlikli wilt U ON EXHIBITION September 2, 1882, AT HER DRESSMAKING ESTABLISHMENT, 104 Fort Street. SOMETHING NEW I J PHOTOGRAPHY, J. WILLIAMS & Co., Having purchased the Photocrali Gallery of Mr, M. Uickion, win continue tne business at ineoiusianu. Ily 1NCRKASKD FACILITIKS and em' plovine FIRSl'-CLASS ARTISTS, we sruireiideavor to matnUin;ileprcMi(Q of the old and popular Gallery, and lo merit a liberal patron Age by fair dealing and Superior Work, SPECIAX ATTENTION GIVEN TO CHILDREN, We are preimed to Jo all kinds of work from Minla ture to life sue either in WATER COLORS, CRAYON, INDIA INK OR OIL PHOTOGRAPHS COLORED, &c &C. The only Cillery in Honolulu, which has a complete .OIlCllllHI Ul ISLAND VIEWS, In addition to those purchased of Mr. Dickson, we have tne entire collection 01 vicwa ami 1'onrait Negatives made by Mr, CIluc. thus enabling us to otter the createit variety in views. com pri sin IllrTtOl.Cf-mftE llf IUI bUV (J la TOWN, PLANTATION AND LAVA FLOW VIEWS, Alu a supply of Hawaiian and South Sea Iiland cur ioMties, r criik. Shells, &c. A fine stock of Frames, Mats, and Wuepanoutl constantly on hand. CAnryra Jtratonabt fimf HatlafactloH fluaraiilrrtl. Give ua call. J. William & Co. a4-ir Numbers loa and 104 Fort Street. A LDRIDGE & HAYBALL. ARCHITECTS, Builders and Contractors; Plans and Specifications furnished. WILL GO TO THE OTHER ISLANDS. Estimates (Wen on ail work connected swltta tha Duuoinir traae. llrtde work, stuna and latck wok, sugar milla and otricr work crccteo. Rapalriatg of old ImUsUac prossspUy ssttastdast to. Uuildings put uu on tha Instalment plan. FlRST-ClSS WORK GUARANTEED AT 11ED- KOCK PRICES I lorLqr M RS. THOS. LACK, No. 74 Foar SrassT, IIoxolvlii, II. I., Iwpurlcr and Dealer tn SEWING MACHINES, And Genuim PARTS. ATTACH a! E NTS, OIL AND Accettutia. Agent liir tha will IK arul Ilia LIUIIT.KDNNINU NEW HOME Maciilna, Howard's Machine N.ll,. ill ikl. Cutlcelli Sill In all colors and Sues, Haruourt's Linen ereau, wuiks u. n. I, MacluM union, Aieui for Hm tHwofeai's Reliable Cut Paper Patterns, And puUkatlMS, Dealer In Kljifi, Mei-oteert, Guh h4 Shot, Powder. Caf 4 and UeUlic Caruidut. KaruMM Sarthatxi In a. II a.lu.a a"l ..1. I S..u (:... UvUar s Tobano, etc N ttawnaiSa Sar tafuMdV I- llteiV-ffiaieeBirmwr!. -. rKjag-i-i ika i n lYillittiwm nil clxi bbcrliflcmciito. lin LRADINO - jiafea MILLINERY HOUSE, 'tf ,' Mi, fj. Off AS. .r. IIHIIEL, JX. FINEST AND RICHEST GOODS yy? .-. .. ' fiJift-tf'Ki "lK"- ' VK SHOWN . , . .. '-fj.,;,-r. . , -V- : . .-. IN THIS KINGDOM! ' cHASTjfFISHEr?? The Iieadlnp; MUllnory Hotuo, ."''-.' '4 1 '-Am - 108 . .J-i -1 00 KIM Importer of Staple and FANCY DRY GOODS, Artificial Flowers, WrvHthe ami Feather, Ileal Out rich Feathers, l'erfumcrut etc. On this deration I specially wish to call the attention of the udies, to my mag magnificent stock of DRESS GOODS, Silk, Satins, Velveteens, Muslins, dlusllnetteSf Viques, etc., etc., etc., Every description of Prints. All Undt of DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACES, and Muttons. The MILLINERY DEPARTMENT ll replete with th'e LATEST FASHIONS In Hat trimmed or untrtmmed, A 4cndidlr auorted nock of LADIES UNDER- WEAK. Krotn my long ktrlcnc tn lht $i lan trade 1 loiow exactly the kind of goods tti suit ihU market, and tlWcfore. bar no old Movk ou hand OEMTm TOIiKUHINO OOODA At ccedin.j!y LOW 1'KICES. Culofrcd Shlni suh dremd Unci) front a pcUlty. J'olii. aU In utctuUnc. INSVECTION IN- VITEa Corner Fort and Ilutc) Street 105 OWBDISH Ul mrnnn vq in.fi Infurmatljii U desired about the prewni Sd, nt wltcreabuuts M Mr, 11. A. UM-KSIKUH lu is tup luacd to hate arrived al these Isundc in iits. . n. S ..... t ut-Mirv, Cvfuuk Honolulu, OcioUr I), iMj. 1 1 1 OIjOGNA SAUSAOU. IN TIN CASES, JUST f5ie as naod, irtsh ana in periect ceuer. lor. sale py 1 a-Co. in O AISINS AND CURRANTS-SULTANA KA aV suss and anli CurnAla in SSI (, new and Ireah. lor sua ky XTOTICE.-ALL OUTSTANDINO ACCpU XV of Uw late svnxf HKBHA uflha Itwlate tVnuf MKCsURI) tt Ca W by Ine iMdarsisn-!: 4 at paitiaa Ivsssug laainM said Arut will Uease KawtAi the suae iMSwsad accowata fr wfllUatanl. M. r, HKHeUKD sl RShfi' tfts- lcU bbcrliccincnlfl. H IIACKPP.LU ft Co., OFFRU FOR HALF. wivcxs or Nn,if (Toons. JaM reMMcel p A'iV awl Itta.l, I'rtnn iiniiMnx, OnaViInf ta mi 1 m feK-wei A LARGE ASSORfMEHT OF DRY GOODS, Drnlmi, Ilrown and White Cottnns, Drills, Title tnS, Ttiikty Red, Merinos-Llaelc and colored, 1 qualities, Itepps, Atpacal, CobmirKf, Italian Cloth and DRESS GOODS, I'h w Silks, Black, Gros-graln, fancy, Colored and Striped. Daitge, Crepe, lie, Men's Fiiriilslilnu Oooils, Shirts, Wootrn, Mlied, Calico, HlcVory. Denim, etc, Merino and Cotton Uudeisliirti, White Hnvjm Shirts. Socles U Stocldnics, Oloves llaridkerchlrfi, Fmilardf, a Ume in voice of CLOTHING corulitlnj of Fine Ulack Cloth Coats and Pants, Uticktkln Sacks, I'antsand Salts, Felt, Mohair, Drill, I'Unnrl SacksAI'anti, Dor's Shirts, and Children's Jackets, I. Ic. Coals A Letrsrliie-s. Mon. key and Sailor Jackets. Carpit Slippers, Silk and I, C. Umbrellas ill'araiolf. I'ancr and Travelling Shawls. Cotton and Turkish Towels, While and I'ancv Oulltt. Pelt Itllirs and Urns- sell Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Kllibons, Thread!, Jlhinkcls, Whlto and Fancy Blankets, Fancy Striped Woolen, two sires, Scarlet, lrange. White Woolen and 4 Buttons for Shlrtr Coats, I'ants, I) points, resses. PERFUMERY Genuine Eati le Coloffne- Lubln' Kk tract. Toilet Soap, nnlowm, Ilatr Oil, Comlrt, I?kiniGIaT, l'iie. I. k. nail, narmonicat. manic ijkii, Cold Lrat Jewelry, (Jold Watches, 1 tic, Scarf, Albums, Taper, Elastic, Vienna Jfumtturc, Extension, Arm, I.ningroom and Parlor Chairs, Settee, Mirror, etc, Smttttt'M, t'ttfli(n, tUrtUn, Stirrup Lnthrr, Hemp & L IC Packing, Coal liasket. K CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY, Containing Ilate, Cup. Teapot, Cowl. Chamber. Kice iiiiiie ana iukct. IJetniiohn i and s C: Jallon. Sample Bottle. Va and ul ami Tarred Kopc, LoalHazs. Cui iUrlajH, Wool pack and Twilled Sacki ttUuware, JMamu lunnie. Twine 1 eking, Linen Ifoe, SUGAR AND RICE BAGS, of all ftfie and qualltte. Groccrten, I quarter boxes, rill at... sj.a. Sardines In half and ouarter boxes. Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches, staii, 111 jan, vasiui -i 111 iiui, (saasvi'( Cocnanut OiL Wah Bliif. H. White Lead. Stearine Candles, 4, 5. aud 6, H. & P, Biscuit, HubbucU's Linseed PaJnt OU, White Zinc Paint, LIQUORS, De Laajre fils and Boutellcau Branay and other brands. Rum, Gin, St. Puld Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine, Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid- seick Monopole, Ch Faarc, G. H. Mumm & Co., Sparkling Hock, Moselle, &c, &c, German and Havana Clyurs, Plated ware Spoons, ForVs, Cruets Tea sets. Cups, NapUn Kings, Salvers, etc, ' ' ' Jrartlwarc, lxVet and Flulclier Knives, Scissors, Sheep Shears, IHVUIIi Jl"JVl, I SttWI. I7I-UII, rt(laUHVH ,Ji.U, it 1 t tjr. ... ii..... .'n. liutor null, nee mitix, , ,taiiiiiii s, saiww ,0ti. letal and Compoition INail, Cunher llabbitt Metal, Sugar Cooler,, Iron Tanks, PORTLAND CEMENT, Fire Clay, BUcksraith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles, . Dlacksraith Coal, Fire Brlcki impty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c ui Orders from the other Islands carefully attended to. ff, Uackfrht .t- Co. T AINE & Co., FoT SlKEItT, IIONOUILV, II, I., WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS That we are constantly reciting large ad ditions to our stock of HAY AND GRAIN, And as we purchase In largo UA For Cash, ar enabled to SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER FIRM. IUtIok the LARGEST STOCK In the Kingdom with the best assortment. Buyers would do well to obtain our prices before or dering elsewhere. We have a t'tril Mill for !, ir-lt ilrle nl Vullry, in good order, Will gtind from i lo e tons per day. Sole agents for the HOOVER TELEPHONE, The Cheapest, Simplest and. Best La Use. We are theonlyajents for the t'uUtil Sprluy Curl: Any wie requirina one of lho cart, can pro cure tnem ineapcr tnrougn us tnan by 'asVin2 -uur Krwi" one, or having it inade for ncre. ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL is; Koirr Smart, IIokolllv, II. I, C. J. Hardy and II, F. Bertelmann, Contractors and Builders, PlanLnrf, Shapino;, Turning, Band aiid Scroll Sawing, Doors Sash, Blinds, Door and Window Frames, Brackets, Ballucters, Stairs, nude to order. MOULDINGS AND FINISH, All crises fitted on shoes artice. anJ JoLoiaf seoauselv aUeaideJ lu, MouUtng ouuta to may losura HeMui Mra earra fue taibe. seas to eh fas pew statu-, asacnuie worst. ", v.. y' , IV j ' ' I ""'Aa "S5"- ' " i i--...-iS;affl'Xrti1;:,i,tpTu.....l'ii - s -"mtttoa.aTaftmwaXswauaW... J.7 (i ' . -v viitp w ,.: ...rrf UiiVi'HRRri'' v -;. :mwmMt,wi' ' ?.i General JLbbcrtlecmcnlo. -pIlBO. II. UAVIBS ft Co4 AGENTS rORTIIB PIONEER LINE, 1'rwn IJterp.!, (JlTfr far eale frm the mtftfi tA the llh'rnn and MhT reienl leSeets, the fHri DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING! I'riesafrf Irietl stele fatl esters M Deatmi, while Corrlon SWaj, llorml's tmt CktM, lhtrn l.lnm KrtHa, ai, lvrm. Molest tm, Illnn mill White) Check Llatndrw, Fancy Dress Goods, I'arKt Ittkh, HiiHia Crash. Scarfs, Ties, Cra rail, Cr'Alifa al t'aney Votkf ljuli' Hoee, Wen's While an llrwn Cutlon Half. Ilce, Men's Keadjr.rnade Ckxhint, ImlU KnUr Coats, I.eKginge, Capes, RrKnttn nntl 'Woolon Shirt. Blue ami Orey 11mm llUnltli, While Cotton lllankna ail coi'jrs, sires ami weights vclen arvj Canton I'UnneU, Velvet and Tapestry Carpeting,, Carpet' and Itugt. SUGAR BAGS, 20x36 Coal Bags, large and small, RICE BAGS, Prime quality, heavy ami )tghtI!urbp, Twlrx, OalvnnUfHl CorrucntfMl R 00 fine, in 6, j, B arul 9 feel icntrth, (14 ftauge) taewt trakheri to nutth, Verxe lrr, no. 5, Ct 7. and Staples, ItAIfjltOAD JJtOX arul J'iatrt, Itott a mil Sjtihrm comjtttrt Ftr Jirtck, i'trr Ctttj, PORTLAND CEMENT, Hfitthiy, l'ntttt, VrUow IHhrr, SADDLERY, A full assortment of GENTS' SADDLES also a few very nice Ladies' Saddles, gj bauaie Liotns, unaies, etc, 3, 5 and 7 yard length, Liverpool bait, Kock bait, Demijohns, i, 2, 3, 4 and 5 gallons each, Galvanized Buckets, Tubs, Basins, etc., Iron Bedsteads, Crockery, Zincs, Paints and Boiled Oils, Groceries,' Worces tershire Sauce, English Leather Belting, from 3 to 10 inches, superior, Topsail Chains, "Admiralty Test," sizes X, H, 7-16, '2 inch, Floor ojleloths, ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS, ConsUring of "Pig Brand Stout, In pints and quarts. Guinness' Stout, Belfast Ginger Ale, Blood & Wolfe's Ale, pints and quarts, Bass' Ale In pints and quarts, India Pale Ale In pints and quarts. Fine French Brandy In bulk and cases. Hennessy's Brandr in cases, , , and" Old Tom, Cheap Brandr tn cases. Old Scotch and Irish Whiskies. Doplessis, "Red Bar" and other fine Clarets In cases. Best Sherry In bulk and cases. Champagne In quarts and pints, Powell Duftryn Steam Coal. M. OAT Jr., & Co., llo.Nou.ur, II. I., STATIONERS, AND NEWSDEALERS, Would taka this method of informing the inhabitants'o Honolulu, a?d the other uiands that they have opened a Stationery and New Depot in the New Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer chant Street, where they are prepared 10 lurmsn Jllank Hooks, Memorandum Jlooks, Ink and Mucilage, In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones. Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal Cap, Envelopes, Papeteriea, etc., etc (infers Utkrn for uny r,of,rtf J or Hrirsv ijer f ltd! iNily be cfeelrnf. IVouipt attention t.iU La gfeen to the Mailing. of I'apers 10 subHTibers on any of the other islands ; sImi, agents M the RED RUBBER STAMPS. Oder fur Knl KutUr Scamp rectlvaJ an4 prcm ICU TDK COLONNADEI I IIAVtv 1IIK l'LEAS ure of aanuncing that I bate opened a uew KrUaunuit, al ; Mauoakea street, near the 110s Mailet, and am priied lo furaiOi I'mi-cuu llieatfaa, Oiimer. Copper, or Lnu,:h, 19 all viUs fasor iue iihaca.TJ.as I luteial the rhtlof Fare of the Cokes. naite to invtude all that the atarkeS aaeds. I aas tor own chief couk, and can guarantee that thoae wba give we a call wwl be satUned akb she txt and ses uci, Board eH-ta ree chocm aaeaia aacta. Alap on band-I'ia(ec IVlon fee. WILLIAM It. ai.au.-s, tatecruej uaaitne -tjm s.a-per. loo TTAWA1IAS FERNS I OOMfUtTS UTC rawnlning 11s sotsaea at ftte.ee) a4 fttLa eack, nut aesaBoatiVjiiitgasof' stseirailirf and reaee sseweee at e-s ad e eai. Onte fam ateuid swai ia tloJe .ltge, s.ge ft M sss rasmt!lr t ml. Caserta auooisuar all ciwlrii ma la la II. S. (at- reacy. rar sale u I rtUtv li. THRUMS reel mm. sstVr General bberlifltmcnlij. -'ASTLB A COOKR, llft.Hrt.Otf. II I., Vtml.l call altentlon lo their Larre and tailed Stotk of Agricultural Implements Orntrtrnr of lh nntlrsllxl I'arls fl''l BREAKING PLOW, Ihe lleeln" tel llreaVers aral rirTfng Itee-, Ma- Mm ffel rleirs all ilre.-itjoH, Jr, CshP eaieeia, Int Srrt, John Doern'e Onnp; Plows, llaalers Hoes of the bsl males disbtons ci:i.i:i:uati:i cajf. ic.vivrs ma.le to orj, Ames Slwr.lt an.1 Spades, Garden Hoes, Carul ttarTows, Os Itows, Vblres, Cfdim, r'enre Chains Sugar Mill Requirements. SUGAR BAGS, HUGAK KEOS, CUMBERLAND COAL, SjKtm Oi1 CfVtmUij I-ard iml Ktcmctm Oil, I'crtVd lMjrictut, HttmlnKO. Al lany Cr eae. UAwnt Atvl S. hd ). KUts, IlfIeM VinJtj, Sltam 1'aVcV.n. flat itvi Kouml India Kutbr, AiMt ami Soap Stor, , Flax PaetVifiit, lodia KnU It Hcas-.K loiinch, Hpet and Cottpting, tfuti tuvj WJti, fimtitij. Midline Itolts, H us CrJJ pretvd l:lvckifflhh', Y.tit'itKtr't ami Caiytntvt' I Ummtr , Pipe Cult cm, Wincttet, 8 Intth to 94 inch, Anrili, Vices, Tu!i ScTatpT, Cnmluonei. IWt AitKricui IJar Iron and Tool Stetle Itaiklcrs' Hardware,, atllindft and UyUu Hob buck'i Paint and Ods raw and boiled,, Small Paint v in Oil, in (arze raritT. IJ17 Painti, Umbrr, nvitan. Red. Ochrtt, MetalJiCjACt Whiiinir. Gmun VuvitfW om'uI, til, Manila VjfyJ STAPLE GROCERIES, No. 1 and a Floor, No. t and a Rice, Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Tea, Ortters, Curnt, Salmon. Lobitera, Finest Table Fruits from the Factory, Pure English Scrtces. Condenaed Milk, Cocoa, SPECIALTIES Tbe Pat tier Krroae OU, MVafon CV trtfuynl Lhthty, 14 Inch, Jtubhrr Spriff tmtt Can ran Jtrttkr jnst at hind, Blake Steam Pump VaWes, Pack ing, Ac, Blake Boiler reed. Joke or Molasses, Irrigating & Vacuum Pump Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete, ALSO ON COMICKWEXT CalUornia Hajr, Barley, Potaiors, Barrels Salnion, Ham;, AtbettCrS Mulure for Boflert and Steam Pipes trf cheap. Fence Wire and Stai'lefl, Calranued Roon, SEWING MACHINES, 4 Wllcos and Cibb's Antoenatlc; Slner ManofacsoHnx Company, AuorteJ: Ketninjton Company. Family; WilxMi alachine the tu auoctment .to be foeind, and at rlotlom Prices, New Goods by eeery arrlral from England, New York and San Francisco. I Now Traction Engine, &-korM power, Orders from the ether Iblands nlled at Bcsl Rates and with dispatch. GENERAL BUSINESS INFORMATION I J. E. WUEMAIl', Real Estate Brolcer, Ostein tha following aohwJssU i IIEAUTIFUL COTTAGE one of the bum Uanti. ful cottases on Fort street, lo rent. Howe contains sis rooms, bath, etc. stable, ample eroandt. shade trees, etc Rent ee a month. A IIKAUTIFUI. COUNTRV HOME to lease, at Paana Valley, half mile from Post OBce, situate ootbcmaioroadO'uixhbirt.lureeiX House contains 7 rooms, situate ol an acre of ground. Large toomy stable, ith 4 stalk, hay loft and all conveniences. Chkltcn j-ani latticed neatly, fencing all around; good patturafe ; water on the pvenuiee. Rental m lease, Ijjo a year, COTTAOE on KlnK street-comfo.uUe, aaj neaoly located, adjoining James I. IXiwsctt'e resaiencc, con tains s rooms, bain, water, Deal grounds. Rental y a rnoath. COTTAOF. on Llllha street-near King street, con tains s rooms, cellar, stable, carriage bouie,paddixk, garden and neat grounds. 9r rent a month. A PLEASANT HOMESTEAD, at KalilhL a eaaVn from town. Ample grounds suitable foe dairy pur. puftet, good IrrigatMci. Laaser, $jee a fear, A C0MF0RTA1ILE RESIDENCE on the Waili road, t ta ntllea from town, Houm hat Sroums, atth all modem imptostvoenls, uable, chicken beau etc.. etc Rental )a a year. SMALL COTTAOE on J odd street. aJkinln foe mer residence cf Gen. I, M, Comly, Houie contains 4 rooms, uaUe, chjcitn houte, etc, utaate on V acre grouud. Iaae of I years to ecu ft $a, the Mllfclinas lo tung 10 loc punnaaer. Rent of land fas a year, A rsrt-elass Innwlniatit. COTTAOE to KENT and FURS ITURE IU SALE in a small j roum cottage on Qeata street, near lincnoovft Hreei. runwunHuwrtJoa Cottage rents for Sia per asooth. TWO HOUSES la KENT and FURNITURE U KAUabn Aiaata auees. imb aouies suuaie oa deep lot. t-unuturelotclJCMsp, Reatal Us a soaath. FINE UUILDINO SITE to SELL sjualeon N aau sueet, above rst brU. Lot jsssoo. Plica (a,eeet. SOME sj ACRES on the Valley road, abo.e the ke wueas, ivKwiewi, DEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE, with all twecUcncet. at avineu, wiuaie on a -cre luieu a acres aMon Ing. (iood (eitlurage, i)4eadid Irrigalioa, etc Will leaaeal once. Parle ofLoturm la rent (h eH urlleai MoimmuIh ais4 wesfaAfrfef Monrn let 'mm m jUt-ciaee eeessWIsf I 4imHri cfiew am h 1 ueweresl tw iraf javawre -irweei laeas trmnmtlnlt. i M ewMerfeW, ee OFFICE, ej Uertkast at. AlF AILUIC7 POt FACTORY, tsaiicKc, sssvi, it. i., leal QuIU felel JraaatftsWareel Coes- s-taMff. All orders Med w'stls duoslttv B. M. fteJase. TKAVAGE NOT1CEI THE UNDEKSeONEO L bcfa to nuify kia aiwaul frkude and sseaauaw XikuM N. I'trrEitSaNlsas (Vaceaf aeaswaf. aje buatuewi, and thai he w be l leased to aaveaaeaaV MWe ttMus la teal Iwe waTHa (Her tsusss oa fescM. king up TeUvbooe No. fU wkae yoei Aoae No. it akaa yoa want aa tka Oasoe we tjueaa keeeac leaass, or leave fcedees bx Tkw r4 6. sot :; (Sencrat bbettiBtmenlB. TJOLLISTBR A Co., WMotisata An Rtrati Druggists, Tobacconists. sl mamfv.terrr of AERATED WATERS. tmp-jrttrt ataj Dalers b Para Dnp, Chassslretle, OetnnlnaPsttaiat Meaafcrissaw, raneraml ToUat AHIaletts, lie., Etc, Eic, SiM AgeMt for the Celebrated LORILLARD TOBACCO, vAwmr FAIR TOBACCO AND CIGARETTES Mamifactiiftr cl JldffiHt Ginyer Ale, Soild Water AND a. NamapartUa. j) Nouanu Sf, arsd Corner Tcrl ami MerthaM St., HONOLULU, II. 1 io O. HALL It SON, Wot'tO Call, ATTITNOK TO Time srtcxDtu AssorTneiT oe Coom, CoosriTtaa or PLO WS Twenty different tires and kinds. HalTl Sleel Plowv eating frcea J W ll tnclvea, HalTS l and na t uxft lireaaert. 14 men naia s SolsaiI Hows. Hall's Forrow Pows, Sale HJI PVws, to, is and 14 inches, it-inch Softy Itain, made toecuily ice Hamalnsa lOinlalhrjeH. Ia. e uacaeye Mow ers, !1ow handles, ertra prastl and beams for all plows Jhat we keep. AGRICULTURALIMPLEMENTS cf all kinds, MECHANICS' TOOLS, SHELF HARDWARE all kinds. NAI LS and SPI KES, all kinds and sires, REED & BARTON'S CEL EBRATED SILVER PLATED WARE, In great Tanety and in VERY BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS. STOVES AMD RAJfOES of many kinds and sues. We sstsska a sraarHaltTof PAINT AND OILS, And hating orer 4s,eo ms ce IIUBBUCICS WHITE LEAD and ZINC of difleme qualities, besides a foil line of aU DRY PAINTS wanted, and orer ao,ccn gallons of IIUBBUCaVS beat paie BOILED LINSEED OIL. we can sell at the krwca ngurcs. Ov er a.ooo gaQons of est LinamioATEMi ausw. by thebarrcL ceOon. MASURrS HOUSE - ..,... ,u.i ;and S.UA.IS S,VI ILORS. IRS. the best Aaaeriosa. Paints known. Wc tar now the rtoeak as? LEATHER, from Califcrata, Ihe East and France, eter oaTered In this Market. PUMPS, BOLTS, PACKINQ HOSE, c But we win not attempt lo enuaserale stay seer of tka thousand and one ankles that we aeea, aa a) woaU cenrer asore than a whole page of tka" Passat, We eordiaUv Inrite our friends aikd i leaee, Sm m! and eaamtoe our speendid ssock of goods fur Ikseeaelifal and they wul he coneiaced of whas we eay. it-e -1WM. WENNER ft C-., 9 Fost Staaar, Hoaotviv.H.ai., BtAjroTAOTomnw Hate ie-optad u ike cU laaad wish a aww and ceeefany sekesed ssock of WATCHES, ArsdCeSKaT-aHlrwasfa, CwUCemVsMMsil Lsdjee would do wefl to caD aad aupma eeef esush set Veaceletk Rrouckes, Lockets, taniaai. esc, wnick were eeewcialy Mkrcse4 weak a sssw to euil ike taarkes, KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY Made border. TheretsMSogtacwcf ourtaiTaaei we reeatnl aa ass impuesaat owe, aad all Ma aastrwaeel so aa wet ,, .m eeciHwa aa. ENGRAVIMC lOaekla, IrwaW Ikiiwla, ska faeeaVfat (at. it ears, we rasewa t west ease asg est-. ffig"f T!S ';!h$tt ' Bl? 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