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VOLUMKIII.NUMBIiR
SATURDAY PRESS.
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
isLno srwinnm $5.00 1 u ir, n m ike.
Foreign subscriptions
$6 50 10 $7 54, arrordlng to their destination.
a rii.itiMr.sr or msroitv.
The Compliment nf Ihe I'nt In Ihe Krtlle.
Itelow Is Riven the full text of an article in
the China Mall of Wcitnmlay, Jicplcmlicr V),
loSo. Ii has peculiar historical interest from
the fact that the note following is in the haml
writing of C. C. Moreno and signed liy him
on the margin of the paper -containing the
article:
lly way of San Francisco we have new of a
tcrious crisis In Hawaiian political life, threat
ening tcwilutioii and endangering for a time
the life ofllic Icing. The cause 7 all thciliv
tuthancc is a gentleman, well-known in China,
Mr. C. I . Moreno, ami the affilr therefore
carrier with It peculiar Interest to us, llrlclly
told the story ii that the Hawaiian I-cglslitiirc
was rorogiicd on the l.ith of August, and Imme
diately thereafter the king dioUcd I1I1 cabinet
and named a new one in which Mr. Moreno
held the jHirlfollo of minister of foreign re
lations, vice John M. Knpcna. As soon as
this nomination was known much indicnallon
was expressed by the citizens, and an Indlgna-
lion meeting was Held, which was largely
attended, at which a resolution was passed,
characterizing the action of the king in dis
solving the cabinet, as arbitrary and without
cause, remarking that they had the confidence
of the legislative council and the country nt
large, referring to Mr. Moreno as a stranger
nnd foreign adventurer, who hail Idcntilicd
himself with interests hostile to the prosperity
mine Hawaiian iingnoni, ami vvlio nail
neither the confidence or respect of the com
munity nor of the representatives of foreign
iowcrs as minister of foreign affairs, and
affirming that " his majesty has thereby acted
tn.:.tntl.. .. 1.1. .1.1 ..-:-!.., t .L ,,
.ii.wt-,.3iimi imi mi- iiiiiitipif, ui inc 11a
sv.1il.1n Cos eminent as a constitutional mon
nrchy, as established anil handed down by the
Kamchamchas anil their successor I.unalilo,
nnd that his action therein is hostile to the
permanence of Hawaiian independence, the per
petuity of the Hawaiian race nnd the security
..ri:r m .... -. i . . '
in me, mieiiy ano properly in tnc Hawaiian
Islands." At this nicetinir " some I . oo ner-
sons were In attendance, of which number
niiiy two-tliinls were foreigners. 1 he excite-
ment was so intense at one time that it was
feared that an attack would In; made on the
palace. The king, fcaiing trouble, had the
paiacc grounuj guarded with cannon, while all
the Hawaiian army slept for once a sleep that
might awaken to war and bloodshed, .some
thing which this army had never exnerienced.
The king was unwilling to give audience to
anyone, except through his ministry, whicli
was wnouy tinner the control ol iMoreno.
Committees whicli had been appointed at vari
ous meetings would not recognize Moreno as
minister of foreign affairs. There was at
one time strong talk of placing Queen Emma
on the throne. If any one tuho hail tin con.
fiJencc of the natives had taken the lead, the
present King A'alakaita uvnlJ not have ie
mainej on the throne twelve hours. More
than nine-tenths of the natives are against the
mgi ana in javor oj iueen f.mma. Hie
resident ministers of the United States, France
and ljngland held a conference to consider the
situation, at whicli it was decided to request
the king to appoint some one else than
Moreno as minister 6f foreign affairs. Yes
terday the ministers resident notified his
majesty that they could not recognize his
minister of foreign affairs. At first the king
was very siuiiiiorn, ami declared that he would
not recede if the affair cost him his crown.
(The late assembly soted $10,000 to purchase
him anew diadem). Howcscr, aftir taking
a nap, during which he had a dream, he
ordered Moreno to hand over his portfolio,
and notified the public of his action. This
concession to public sentiment appeared to
have satisfied the people, and comparatisc
nulct was restoration the island" by the date
the Ho Chung which arrived at San Francisco
on the 30th left Honolulu. From the letters
of "a lady" published in a San Francisco
contemporary "a lady" svho refers to Mr.
Moreno as " the arch schemer," to his col.
leagues as " all men after his own heart " w c
learn that (Aug. 16th) tlic feeling of indigna
tion was scry strong and seemed to have
reached cscn the kanakas, who had assembled
in crcat force to base the nrescnt position
explained to them by the former advisers of
inc King. .Mr, itisnop anil other leading men
had been with the king endeavoring to dis
suade him from persisting in the course he was
pursuing. On the iSlh the American minister
and the British und French commissioners
were to has-c an audience, to tell his majesty
plainly that they would not acknowledge
Moreno. He passed the night at the palace,
which was guarded by all the available army
(60), including the band and the cannon, a
ery necessary precaution as far as Mr.
Moreno went, as his life svas certainly in
jeopardy. The kanakas were said not then to
realize the gravity of the position, nor the
injury likely to accrue to the credit of the
islands by the insane action of the king, in
choosing for one of his principal advisers,
"an alien and an adventurer." On the 17th
August, a meeting was held, "which was
attended by all the leading foreigners, also by
two of the supreme court judges, who spoke.
Several resolutions were adopted, but liefore
the proceedings broke up three gentlemen
Mr. Cartvvright, V. Allen (collector-general),
ami Charles l'llugcr brought word from the
king that Moreno had tendered his resignation,
which was accepted. Ilcfore the meeting dis
persed it was unanimously carried that Moreno
should be sent out of the country, at he took
the oath of allegiance on accepting office and
became a Hawaiian subject, tic lias lost the
protection of any other nation, and so he is
completely at the mercy of the community
here, who will make this place very hot for
him." This concludes what the "lady"
correspondent, from whom vsc quote, describes
as " the history, poorly told, of that wretched
nan's rise and fall."
( The marginal note by Moreno Is as follows:
Mr. W. M. Gibson wrote this article ami
not a lady or anyone else but Gibson, for the
words underlined were told to me by Gibson
himself in the presence of Mr. Ton-Ving-SIng
from Canton, who visited his majesty with me,
and Gibson told us the said words, on the day
14th of August, at ( just tl o'clock, a.m.,
just outside of the palace gate when I and Mr.
Ton-Ying-SIng came out 111 a cairiagc; adding
that the king has vetoed his board of health
bill and has signed all of Mr. YVildcr's bills for
railroads, etc, and his not illsmlsseil the
ministry, and had not appointed him, Gibson,
prime minister. Gibson Is a politician anil
not a statesman, Is a man of small Ideas, small
manners, smalt intrigues and small ability a
politician, an unscrupulous politician.
C. C. Morem).
' ' ' S '
Charles Kcadc made It a special matter of
advice to mothers and nurses to teach children
to use both hands alike, urging that nature has
nude no distinction. Dr. Uclauncy, however,
w rites to the French Authonolcgicul Society
to say that right-handedness Is a natural atttl.
butc characteristic of the superior races. Some
of the least civ ilized races show a large tier
centage of tcft-tiaudcducss, as alo do idiots
and epileptic. Infants are first left-handed,
but as they grow become " both-handed, and
finally ilglit-lundcd." In old age there is a
tendency to " both-handed ness.' He holds
that in the evolution of the species there has
been a steady tendency to the development of
the light side of the body.
Mural HiUtcad, of the Cincinnati! Com
liicrchl, thinks tlul Senator Edmunds is by
far the most available man for the Republican
nomination for president In iSXf The St.
Louis Globe. Democrat says there Is a "big
, current" flowing in favor of IMmundt, and
" that it will soon liecome a "boom."
.i 1 1 1
,, The Nw Veil Times is authority for the
stage that the ordinary New Yorker says
tWolM(bf what, "ware" for where, "weal"
lof vsr!, and is addicted to other like luiUir
Uaw 0 speech.
36.
Professional C.,vub.
JJtLUfM O, SMITH,
.moitxr.r at law,
8j Mkih-imnt Sjnit, lloNOl.tll', 50
m R. CASTLE,
Aiioitxr.v at law.
Ami Votary Public. A 1 1 t-n.lt alt the Courts of die
kingdom. 1
pDWARD PRESTON,
fA lour SmfBT, Honoli I L-, I
,irrinxi:r.t ovssr.hi.tnt .tr i..ir.
J
OHN RUSSELL,
.irrtHisr.v at i.a ii,
No 41 MrmiiANr Stumer, IIokoli'll, II I
116 3m Next door to K P. l!icWrton' law olTice.l
D
RS, CUMMINGS & MARTIN
OmiK cmtNKK Four and IIkshtania Sts..
stniiir.tty.s.i.yii ittuiwrATitw ritr-
Mlctttti.
OfTirt Hours Until o A. M.,Ari'lfroin 1-3 nml 6:31-8 r.M.
TNO. A. MASSING!!!!,
Intiiiiioii OrrlcK, Hcinoiulu,
aukst nt taki: AVKsowi.r.iHir.-
tnrut In fnnlcirlM f.ir hiilmr. 3
TNO. S. McOREW, M, D.
J riivsivi.i.y .., svMiKos,
Hotel street, between Tort ami AUtea streets.
ofpicrj hours:
From 7 to 10 n. m ; 1 to 4, ami 6 to 8 p. m.
-tf Telephone No. 164.
JOHN II. PATY,
Horaieuj, Oaiiu, II, I.,
xoTAitr rvni.iti A.ytt t:oMMi.ssniyr.ii
nf Drt.ln,
For the Suiei of California and New York. Office
at I l.e Hank of lll.liop (i Co. 1
QJ M. CARTER,
Hosoiulu, II. I.,
,i:.vr to taki: ACKxtiirr.r.not:.
"Ii-hM tn t'nntrnrtt In lAtlmr.
Office at Pacific Mail Steamship Itaclc, HuplanaJe. 15
T M. WHITNEY, M. D D. D. S.
Hnvoi.ut.u, II. I.,
nr.XTAh ntitt.iis ti.y rour srnr.r.T.
Office In llrencr'n Itlock, corner Hole nnd Fort
Streets, cntmnceon Hotel btrect. t
TvT D. EMERSON, M. D.
Honolulu, II. I
ritr.sivrA.y axi .svnnr.oy,
'IVUTIIONK NtlMIIKK 140.
Office hours from 8Ji to roji a. m.; iK to 3U p m.
Office and residence number , Kukul street,
corner Fort street. (l
D A. DE LA NUX
.striirnvoit A.y cirn. i:saiXEi:it,
Address, HONOLULU IVM-office. i6cV6m
ilucincss OTttrus.
T YCAN & JOHNSON,
105 and 107 Fort Strpet,
Iitll.nrtrr nmt Itentrrt In nil html nf
JIhmIc tlnntlfi, 'fHr tlnnita,
tfitlHUtrir tlnnitm.
Furniture, Chairs, Sewing Machines, Mirrors and
Mirror Plates, Picture Frames and Cornices made to
order. ... Vr
C BREWER & COMPANY,
tr.i.Hit,j. )
tltnrrnl Meremitltrniitl t';iiii'Wuii AyriitK
Ql-epn Strhpt, Honolulu.
Joseph O. Carter, treasurer and secretary. Directors :
lions. Charles K. Uithou and It. A. 1". Carler: llenr-
..ay, auuuor. 3
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Queen Strbkt, Honolulu, II. I ,
IMI'UHTKH ASII IIKAhlUt 7.V HJ.'.V
eivil 'MrrchnndUr. i
"pHOMAS SORENSON,
Aif; Vilrprntrr, Spar Mnhrr unit Caillhrr
No. 9 Qufln Street (below Honolulu Iron Work.)
J7 T. LENEIfXN & Co.
Nuuanu Strekt, Honolulu.,
i writ limits Axn co.ujtissiox 311:11.
r7.rli.fff. 10
1UTRS. A. M. MELLJS,
No. 104 Fprt Street, Honolulu,
rA.sirio.y.1111.1: inti:.is A.yn vi.oak.
Jtahrr. ao
TTITM. G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
sua. in r.tcroit.s .i.v cojT.vi.ssw.y
tumt.
CLAUS SI-RECKELS.
WSI, G. IRWIN.
J-ILLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 FortStkeet, Honolulu,
ixroitTKit.s.iyit nuAi.i:its i.yii.titit-
trarr, Cntlrry, Toolt,
Paints and Oils, and General Merchandise. t
W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, II. I.,
smr cir.iyitLi: its .i.v ctutMissioy
JlrrcliantM.
Acenls for Itrand't Gum and lLjmh Iinres .in.! Per.
ry llavu' l'aln Killer, i
J AINE & Co.
HOKOLUIU, II. I.
COMMlSSItty .HKIWHAXTS IMfOlt-
tm mill Itralrrt In
Hay, Grain and General Produce.
JT E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
Co. Kino and Fort Sts., Honolulu,
aitttCKitr .i.vtt j-'hki .stoiik. 1
H
HACKFELD& Co.
Qin SrEEr, Honolllu, II. I.,
OKSKiiAi. co.v.vissio.y .ttiKxrs. 1
CD. IIOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
Honolulu. O.hu. II. 1..
IJJVORTKItS AXU VOilillHSlOX JKK-
clitlHt.
' A. SCHAEFER & Co.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
IMfOltTKlt.S AXIt COMULSSIOX JIK.
tv.df.f. i
-I1TILDER & Co.
Cor. l'uT.NuQi'tiiN Sis., Honolulu.
T.V.UIIK1I. VAIXTH, OILS, X.lll.S,
n fiMHtfiiiu; jnrrrirlfff vf rrrry MHH. i
P P. ADAMS,
Qlein S.Rfir, Honoli.lv,
( rvTittxt:i:it ,t xit ctttm is.siox .ma::-
CtiUHt.
A S. CLEGIIORN & Co.
Importers ,sndIicales in
IIKXHIIA I. JIKItCHAXIHSK,
Corner Qusen and Kaahuuunu Streets, Honolulu.
B
OLL.ES ft Co.
OurkN Strrkt. HoNnLLtitr. ir. I
HUlf LllAXItl.KltS A Sit COJI.UISSIOS
Irapoilers sod Dealers la General Merchandise, I
NO. H. BROWN,
101 IUTAA SrtlET,
IXSl'KVTOH H'KI(Hln.l.Vl
JirH.trri-
Orders cart tx left at lh ljlk Slatioa.
JvJ P. BURGESS,
LJrMrfl( umiI HUILUKK.
.Ml kinds of JobMn promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. rjo, VVTllUauoo's icu OirUe.
Mwu N la Kia Hitct. io3
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1SS3.
ucinccs QTitrbo.
Vrt S, GRINBAUM & Co.
MAkPP.' IlLOCK, QlRBN SrRPRT,
iMfoiiTr.its Axn iriitthr.s.thi: itr.At,
ri tn feiiei-rrl Mrrrhamthr. a
M
S. GRINBAUM ft Co.
114 Caiipornia St., San I'rancici,
rouw uiiHsti .ixit t.tniMi.ssioy
Mrrcliillll.
Special facilities for and articular attention paid to
consignments of Island produce. t
M
AX ECKART,
No. nt Fort Street, Honolulu,
WATt'.tt ma unit, ,tt:r.ht:it, r.xott.
rrr, itntl IHnmnml Srtter.
All orders faithfully eseculed.
3
J AWRENCE & PREETH,
fOXTIl.ltJTIlllS.
Plans and P.stimates furnished for Works of Con.
struction. Civil t.nglneerina and Surveying, Office,
corner of Halekauwila and Kllauea streets, nest door
to Wldemann'a brick warehouse.
P. O. Ho 101, n6-ly
PRANK GERTZ,
No. 114 Fort Sr., nrrosiTR Pantheon SrABLRs,
IIOOTAXIt SIIOi:.HAKi:it. 1I0OT.S AXIt
NUnr tttmlr to nrtlrr.
Of best mitenal al reasonable prices, and foi cash, a
TJOLLISTER ft'Co.,
Wholesale and Retail
llllVattlST.S AXIt TOIIAVCOXI.ST.S.
No 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, II, I,
TJKOWNM PHILLIPS,
No. 18 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. 1.,
I'rtirtteat Vlumlirn, Van rtttrm unit fn;i
rrffi'r7iff. Particular attention paid to the httinu up of the
.Springfield Gas Machine. 1
OTEWART BLANC,
Hotel Street, Honolilu, II. 1.,
Ilritler In hmllni' nmt tlrnttemrii'n Slinen
unit tlnltrr,
Try my store, after one transaction sou will be sure
to come aKsin. KepalrinK' done to order. Formerly of
San Francisco.
OAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
No. 4. Merchant Strpet. Honolult, II. I.,
(opposite sailor's home.)
VV.STtl.ir HOOT AXIt .siiokmaki:iis,
Good work ; low prices. Repairing done with neat,
ness and dispatcd.
P H. OEDING,
,ireffff niMf lintymnn.
Freight, Packages, and Ilaj;tai:edehered to nnd from
all partsof I lonolulu and vicinity. Careful at
tention paid 10 moving Furniture, with
WAGONS F.XPRF.SSLY FOR THE PURPOSK.
Telephone 86; residence 135 Punchbowl street.
Office 84 King street. 106-tf
QJEE HOPP& Co,
37 Maunakea street,
Carprntrr ami Furnltur Itmlrm.
1 louses built and the repairing of houses attended to.
1 erms moderate. 112-iy
TUJ PHILLIPS & Co.
IMPORTERS
ami ll'linlraiile IttaUrm tn Vlotltlnu, llnntu,
Shoes, Hats, Meru's Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
o
TTO RHIEN,
Vrtcrlnnry Surgeon.
Diseases of Horses and other domesticated Animats,
treateil in the most practical and scientific manner.
diseases op the hoop a specialty.
Residences; Fort street, Honolulu, v. here all orders
leu win receive prompt attention. , 5-qr
-s F. WOLFE
Honolulu, II, I.,
aitocKiir, feed .t.yj) ruori.sioy
.If rrr 1 fin r.
Would like heads of families, hoardinghouse keepers
and others to know that he at all times sells at prices
lowest of the low. Orders solicited and goods promptly
dehseredinany part of the city or suburbs. Number
100 King; Street, between Alakea and Fort Sts. si-em
XTILLIAM O. SMITH,
STOCK BROKER,
No. 83 MF.RCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
(Established in 1879.)
Sugar Plantation, Railroad. Telephone and other
Corporation Stocks, Bonds and similar
securities bought and sold on
Commission. Money loaned
on Stock Securities.
Honolulu, H. I., October ist, 18S1. llo-tf
CASTLE & COOKE,
No. 80, King Street, Honolulu, II, I,
.Vifjiiliifs 1111,1 CoihiisImIoh Merchant,
Importers and Dealers In
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
Agents for
Ihe Hitchcock & Company's Plantation.
'Hie Alexander & Ilaldwin Plantation.
K. HaUtead, or Waialua Plantation.
A. H. Smith & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J. M. Alexander, Haiku, Maui.
The Haiku Sugar Company,
The Kohala Sugar Company.
Hamakua. Plantation
The Union Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Life Insurance Co. of Boston.
The Blake Manufacturing: Company of Boston.
D. M. Weston's Patent Centrifugal Machines.
The New York and Honolulu Packet Line.
The Merchant's Line, Honolulu andSan Francisco
Dr. Jaynes ft Son's Celebrated Medicines.
Wilcox ft Glbb'i, Sioger Manufacturing Company
Wheeler ft Wilson's Sewing- Machines. t-
f-sHARLBS T. GULICK,
Vor.Ufl 1'VHLIC,
Aornt To tare Acknowledgments to La cor
Contracts, anu
C.KNr.KAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Office In Macket's Block at corner Queen and Kaahu
manu streets, Honolulu. -ty
CHARLES SMITH,-
M King- Street,
Tin, Coiijiei.., nnrl AJAreC Irou Worker,
Plumbing, gas filling and alt work In my line promptly
attended to, lerms moderate.
Remember the address, opposite the Police Station,
54 King street. 109-em
O J, LEVEY & CO.,
tltmtrMulf fiji'f Jtrtall (1 roc? is,
Pott street, Honolulu.
Troti groceries and provisions of il I bids on hand and
rrccftcO rrfuUrtv from Kurope and America which
will be sold at h loweu nutlet rates.
Goods delivered to any part of the city free af choree,
(klaiul ordent sol kit eJ ami prompt attention will be
giwn to the unit. tu.iy
W
ONG LEONG tit CO.,
Nuuanu Strpet, Cor. Marine,
lteiit fur Muanul Huaar, I'ulnuia Itlte
I'lantatlon,
And Kailua Rice PUntatton and Mill, iti-iy
ptlBO. II.DAVIES Ccs,
(Late amon. Gnu & Co.)
IMl'OKTEH, COMMISSWX MEKCIIAX1
and Agent for
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marin Insurance Company,
And Nortlsara Assuranca Company. i
A W. RICHARDSON Co,
IsirORTESSANU HlAlttS IN
hoot, hiiokh, rvuxisHisa OOOUH,
Mat; Cast, Trunk, fall,
rerfuuery and Soaps, WiJiham Watchea, Fine lew.
elry, etc., cur. U Fort and Mer chant streets, Hon
olulu, H. I, - 1
-IXTAILUKU POI FACTORY,
Waiu'eu, Maui, IL I ,
MM Quality of ralat MOHufiitturt Cw
rM(Vy. All erikrs tiled wuh dispatch.
1 8. H. ataJkf.
3usinec0 CTitrbo.
J II. LYNCH,
J 88 King street,
llenler In f.rerii llrcrlitlnn of llnott
nmt Shoe.
Ladles and Gents' Fine Wear a Specialty,
iii'ty
H
YMAN BROTHERS,
No. 9 Mprciiant Street, Honolulu, It. I ,
iMi'ttitTKiis or nr.xr.itA r, MiuiuiiA x-
ille front rranre, lUiftittnl,
Germany and the United States. 1
JTYMAN BROTHERS,
at and 118 California Strret, S. F
wtitH.r.sA i.e iinovr.iis.
I'artlculir attention paid to filling and shipping Is-
anu uruTrs.
T WILLIAMS & Co.
i an 104 Fort Stkrrt,
rttoroart.t rata A utists.
Pictures of aII it nni kind maJe to order, and
..- m u-.ii'sivin vuis-ssiiiisijr sliii I1IIMU, 4IJ
Corals, Shells and Curiosities of the Pacific. 9
A LLEN ft ROBINSON,
Honolulu, II. I,,
llealert In l.mnlier nmt nil klmli nf llnttit-
Inn .Materials, faint, Ollt, Xnil, etc,,
Agents of schooners
Italeakala, Kulamanti, Kekauluohl, Mary Ellen,
Ullama, Pauahl and Leahl,
Al Robinson's Wharf, 1
J YONS ft LEVEY,
Auctioneer nmt t'ommlfton Merchant!,
IlK-SVKR lllXK, QUEPN StrFB, HONOLULU.
Sales of t Furniture, Slock, Real Estate and Genepl
Merchandise promptly attended to. Sole agents for
American nnd European merchandise. J I. I.sons,
8-)r 1 I- J. Uvcy,
'pHE GERMANIA MARKET.
Honolulu, It. I.
Ileef, rent, Mutton, hinnli, Voullru
nmt Flh
Constantly on hand, and of choiiert quality. Pork
Sauiiges, Ilolognas, etc., alwass on hand. Our meats
are all cut and put up in Eastern stjle. All orders
faithfully attended to, and delivered in any part of the
cily. Shop on Hotel Street, between Union and Fort
Streets. 406111! G, RAUI'P, Proprietor.
pD. C. ROWE,
llOVSE nii.f .stax l-AIXTElt,
I'ArEK llANf.ER, CtC,
107 King street, Honolulu.
A1TILLIAM TURNER,
84 King street,
I'llA r.TlCA h HVI TCII M.IK 1:11,
And Importer of Amcncan Jewelry of every descrip
tion. (Formerly ot San Francisco, California.) 50
J EWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Le ers S. Dickson,)
IMl'OltTEllS AXIt llEAI.I'.llS IX I.V3t-
her mill nit Itlniln of Jliillitlna Material.
Fort street, Honolulu, H. I. 1
P O. HALL ft SON,
Corner Fort and King Streets,
IMVOHTEIIS, IlEAI.Elt.S IX ItAlltl-
ware, ri tloml, faint,
Oils and General Merchandise. 1
H
W. McCHESNEY & SON,
Dealers in
LKATitKit, min:s, tallow, axd
Comtnljmton Merchants
Agents for the Uoyal Soap Company. No. 41 Queen
street, Honolulu, H. I. 9
C. COLEMAN,
Honolulu, II. I.,
JILACK.SMITJI, MACIITXIST, CAIt-
rluye Work, llorae Shoelnj,
Plantation Machinery, etc Shop on King; street,
JOHN NOTT,
No. 8 Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper and Shbet Iron Worker,
blOVES ANU KANUES,
of all kinds. Plumbers' stock and metals, house furbish
ing goods, chandeliers, lamps, etc.
J M. OAT & Co.
Honolulu, II. I,,
s a unmake its. ri..tas or all in:-
nerlptlon matleantt repaired.
Loft in A. F. Cooke's new fire-proof building, foot ol
Nuuanu Street eS
HORN,
Honolulu, H. I.
rioxEEie steam c.ixitr maxvfac-
lory ami Jtakery.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Baker.
Number 71 Hotel street, between Fort and Nuuanu
streets. 2
s ENGLING ft Lo.,
No. s Nuuanu Strret,
TIXSMIT1IS AXIt ri.V.HUEItS, ltE.tr
em In Stove, ltannca, Tin, 31
J W. GIRVIN,
Wailcru, Maui, II. I.,
CO.V.VI.SSIOX MEItCHAXT AXIt fJKX-
tral Dealer In Itry tloml;
Groceries Hardware, Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Perfumery and Glassware. 1
JTONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Honolulu, II. I.,
STEAM EXGIXES, IIOILEICS, SVtl.lK
Mills, Uuolers, Iron, lira
And Iad Castings. Machinery of every descriptin
made to order. Particular attention paid 10 Ship's
HUcksmithin. Job worL executed on the shortest no
tice. 10
O H, MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Number ii Nuuanu Street,
TAILOJtlXO or EVERY 1)E
ncr'ittion ttone to order.
Men's, boys' and youths' work, t
PARISIAN RESTAURANT,
Number 64 Hotel Street,
MEALS SERVED AT ALL
It o h nt of the 1 ry,
9 Special terms for regular boarders. The only suits
ms ..ssssti iirw SVSW.S aM eSSM I Bs,
mi. ivcum uvj cao, rropneircss.
T H. NORTON A Co,,
No. 13 Maunakka Stiht,
llorie thotiHUiSkora rtiHoml a$ni all KlmU
of iltnrKmrnllh Work tionv to order
CarrUse nuVIne and repairing dont by competent
worlmcn. 'l"he bct hore.hoer in (he country works
at ihU pUce. loj-ajr
XTOLCANO HOUSE,
CUATKH Of KiLAVF.J.
Visitors renutrlni anv unusual disriLsv cj v-fiL-inti..
lion will kindly give the Manager at least ten days no.
lice in fine weather, and from eleven to thirteen la fouh
Plenty to eat, a rou.lnj Are, clean beds, and Ihe best
attendance on trie Hawaiian Islands, s
f B. WILLIAMS,
lUroRTER AND DIALER IN
VVUSITVHK Ot'EfKltY tlKttOHtVTtOX
Also I'pbolslertr amt Manufartarrr.
rurnuure svareroonis jvo. 109 rors Street. Work,
shop al ol.' sund on Hotel Street. All udcrs promplly
tt tended to. r 4, '
pISIIBR'S CHAMPAGNB CIDER
tUtlNESS WILL CONDICTSD ENTIRELY R
My son, JACOB FI5IIF.K. In future, as I have turned
my attention 10 a,ricuturc.
Alt orders should be addiessed lo Jacob FUver, P. O.
Box iso. or No. 11 Liliha alrvcr. lhU chn iUie
from January 1, iUj. I lake this opponuruly so thank
Ihe public for their -jsUwvue hilheno bestowed on ate,
and holiest a contmuance of Ihe urns 14 my son Jacob.
JS-lnl lb K ALL IISHKK.
CLAOSI FLAGS 1 1
tAMVtralalus, AMERICAN and HAWAIIAN.
r sale at T. 0. THRUM'S KrVH.e Sttx.
lliisineoa CT.iTbs.
-OSMOP0LITAN RESTAURANT,
. CAMACIIO, rrffrttter,
No. 61 Hots 1 Strppt, Honolulu, II. I.
Mcnl nt nil Imtir, 11 nil the tntile aitiiillcit
icllh the. heil the market nffaril.
'T'HOS. O. THRUM,
IstroRTiNo anu Manufacturino
.sTATioxEtt, xr.n.s Atir.xT, rniXTr.ii,
lloohhlmtrr, etc.,
And pulihsher of the Ssturhav PRRS,anInnA
n (llmimAC an.t Annual, Merchant street. Deal
er In line Stationery, Hooks, Music, 'loss and Fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hotel, Honolulu.
JOSEPH E, WISEMAN
Honolulu, II. I,,
ur.Ai. estate nitour.it AXD EMrt.OV.
tnent llnrean.
Rents Rooms, Cottages, Houses, and sells and leases
Real hstare In all pans of the Kingdom. Employment
found for those seeking work In all trie various tranches
or uustriess connecteil witli these Islands. I.ejtal tloctl
menu drawn. Hills Collected, Hooks and Accounts lel
and general office work transacted. Patronage solicited.
Commissions moderate. 44
"l W. MACFARLANB & Co.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu,
(fltat tr Jtl.tk.)
Importer nmt Commhlon Merchant:
Agents lor
The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets
John TJay A Co.'s Liverpool Line of Packets
The Watkapu Plantation
The Spencer Plantation, Hllo
Hakalau Plantation, Hllo
Mlrlees, Talt ft Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company
A L. SMITH,
ISIrnRTPR ANU DeaIER IN
tll.ASSIIA 111:, MEIHIIEX .Stl.l'Ell 1'I.A.
ted Ifnre, llrncketn, 1'nnen,
King's Combination Spectacles and Kyeglasses,
I.ustral Wire Ware, Fancy Soaps, Picture Frames, Pis.
tols, Wostenholm's Pocket Cutlery, Powder, Shot and
Ammunition, Clark's Spool Cotton, Machine Oil, all
kinds of Machine Needles. "Domestic" Paper Fashions.
Sole agent of the universally acknowledged
Llght.Runnlnjf Domestic Sewing; Machine,
No. 44 Fort street Honolulu.
B
ISHOP & Co.
BANKERS,
Honolulu, II. I.,
Draw Exchange on the BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
San Francisco, and their agents in
yew York,
J tost on,
I'ttrltt,
Auckland,
MESSRS. M. M. ROTHSCHILD A: SONS. London.
The ORIENTAL BANK, CORPORATION ol
bui.uuu, anu meir orancnes in
JToiifikonu,
filtlncji tnl
Melbourne,
And transact a general Hanking Dusiness. 1
Insurance polices.
J30ST0N BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. BREWER cV Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
writers.
C. BREWER & Co..
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
u
NIONMARINEINSURANCECOMPANY
01 aan Francisco.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGEXTS.
Incorporated 1875.
TTAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR-
X a. ance company or Hamburg.
A. JAEGER, AGENT.
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against Fire on the most favorable terms. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin.
F. At SCUAEFSR & Co., AGBXTS.
The aboe Insurance Company, has established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned. General
AuBm$, are autnorueU to tale risks againH the dinger
01 me aeas at we most reasonaDie rates anu on tne
nicftt favorable terms.
OREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCilAF.FER fr Ct Agtmtu
Alo agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Tor the Hawaiian Islands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F, W. SCHAEFER V Ca, t7C.Vr.
The above Insurance Company has established a Gen
eral Agency here, and the above rneJ, General Agents,
arc authorued to take RiUcs against the dangers of the
Seal at the moi reasonable iates, and on the most fa
vorable terms.
SCHWEIZER1SCHE LLOYD RUCKVER
slcherungs Gesellschaft of Winterthur,
. IIACKFELD A C., AGEXTS.
Capital of the Company. ....... . .francs 5,000,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
UUndi, are prepared to insure lluildings, Furniture,
Merchandise and IVoduce, Machinery, etc., also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the harbor, against loss
or damage by nre, on the most favorable terms. 1
B
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR.
ance company, (Limited)
TIIEO. II, DAVJES, AGEXT.
The above agent has received Instructions to re.
duce the rates of Insurance betwek Honolulu and
Ports in the Facific, and Is now prepared to Issue poll
ciea at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamers. i
HAMBURG-BREMEN F1RB INSURANCE
Company,
F, A. SCUAEEER sV Co , AGENTS.
The above Arm having been appointed agents of this
company are nrepat.d to rsure risks against lire on
Stone and llrick buildings and on Mcrchandis. stored
therein, on the most favorable terms. For particulars
apply at their office. i
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Glob, lusuranc. Company,
BISHOP & Co., AGENTS.
ESTASISIIED S4.
VnllmUed Liability to Stockholder.
Assets $ti,.j(,sos
Res.rr.. , ,;ta,aao
ihcoua roa 1879:
Premiums recalled after deduction ol re
insurance. ,. ,. I ,lll,KS
Losses promptly adjusted aikd'pald here. 1
tStntntl 3uberHcei.ui..B.
'-pHE MONTAGUE RANGE
FOR SETTING IN URICK.
G. UNQLINO sl Co.,
Xt.J,HUMH St; , . .
Sole agents for ihes. I standi. The best cooling ap
paratus for the I'lanutiun, Hnul or family,
RANGES FIXTURES such as
Hot Water Holler;
Water Coll;
Orals Bors, (,,
Always tn stock.
Esplkit directtous for setting up accompany every
Rane. '
Circulars ami Prices on alicatioH, Ul-or
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT AND AGENCY
Company, (Limited )
MONEY LOAXEli
On Firsi-cUss securities, lur long or short periods-.
Apply to W. L, GREEN. Manager tntiu.
Oak Queen Street, tni O. W, Maciarlau. C0.-4S1I
piSHBR'S
euAMt-Aaxu ctunm MJncr.itvomr,
No, i Liliha Stiut, Hokoivvv, 1
This hajJia-bvliorating Unssra. Is foe sab al all the
laadlfisi sakwaa la lh cuy. Order from the ushsw
lilsr.li prosiixly atuodesl la 1 J)
influnmcc loticca.
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg.
II. ItACKrKLn Co., Attntl.
Capital and Reserve Reichsmark 6,ooo,tri.
' their Re-Insurance Companies ' 101,050,000
Total..
Reichsmark 107.610.ono
1 he Agents of the above Company, for the I lawaiian
Iilands, are premrt-t to Insure Buildings Furniture,
Mrrr rnim!! atwl .m.l.irs St.. ktn... .. 1. o..-
ami Klce Mills, and vessels In the harbor against loss
vr unmade vy nre, on me most iavoratle terms. r
NEW ENGLAND MUTUALLIFE INSUR
ance Company of Boston.
CASTLE h COOKE, AGK.VTS,
INCORPORATED iSje.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Company in the United States.
l'nllrle larit on the mot I'ncorable Term
rxASrpl.R op NnN.rnBiniTirst ,-t.u
Insured ftge 35 ears- ordinary life plan 1
Losses paid through Hnotuolu Agency, $49,000
-HB
LONDON AND PKOVINCIAI.
Fire Insnrnnce Co.
(Limileil.)
Snl,erllmt Capital .... $.1,000,000
(ACt,ooo,coo.)
Tlie above Company have now established an agency
""I " hiv 'iuii;u iu i.iac riK uil prop
erty of every description within lhe
llan(Jt.
J. T. WATF.RIIOUSF., Jr.,
Agent.
lo6-3m
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
of New York.
Itlt.DER tr- Co., AGEXT.1,
tsirue!, Safest ami most Eeanomleat Life
Insurance Compnnu In the World,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
h nr ffill-l hats ! est" . t s. Vmno.At at.A a" .
Allrl Iritr Sfeitasa f I nilin rirs ar,1.i Sn ik- A.a -
J. t Wivcnvin, Solicitintj Acent. i
N
ORTH-GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
company 01 Hamburg.
. IIACKFELD O Co., AGE.VTS.
Capital and Reserve .. ..Reichsmark 8,830,000
meir Ke insurance Companies, ' 35,000,000
1 he ! Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
It.-inl ara tiran-irail rn !.. . Il...l.t.u V !
.... ,J( ,, ,-is.nivu iiauic ituiiuiiiK'a r urnnurc.
Merer... nth and IVoduce, Macliinery, ett-, alo Sugar
and Kiri- titl nnrl svoaivla tn iha kis.l-.. AA-!.a 1 .
.... .-....., ..u .wm.a... niv. IMIUUI, ta,g.llial ICTS
or damage Ly fne, on the most favorable term. t
foreign bbcrtiscments.
U W. SEVERANCE,
316 California St., Cal., (Room No. 4 )
ItAtt'AIfAX COSHVL A COM. MI SSI OS
Merchant, j
TTARNDEN & Co
227SANM!tST,, NKAR CaLIPOKNIA, S. F.
OKXRUA L 1 UKClt A S TXO A O KXTS A XJt
CommtMttnn Merchants. 1
PRANK H. AUSTIN & Co.,
OrricB No. California Strekt, S. F.,
COMMISHIOX AGKXTS .0 0 MVI KJ-
Iny Ayent.
Con&iLTnment t from th Hauv-asiftn latnrta .tit-1
The best prices warranted and sales guaranteed. 4
CHARLES BREWER & Co.
7 KIWY iTREET, DoSTON,
AtlKXTS OF IIAWAIIAX l'ACKETS,
tlenernt Commission Ayents.
Special attention given to the purchasing of goods for
the Hawaiian trade. Freight at lowest rates. 1
A NTISELL
PIANOS AND ORGANS!
io,ouo Pianos i 1,000 Organs; save half; buy of the
manufacturers: from )i) to Sloco; cash, rent,
or installments ; catalogues free.
ANTISELL, corner Market and Powell, San Fran-
CISCO gj
T GUS BURT,
J GENMkAL
PURCHASING AGENT
For country merchants and mining companies and gen
eral Commission Merchant. Insurance effected m
good companies at low est rates.
Office. 403 front Street, San I'ranrlsco, CaU
iio-yr
pALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS,
The largest and only complete Tspe Foundry and
nuiiTi isarenouse on ine racinc liast.
aoj and S07 LetdesdorrT and
it Commercial streets,
SAN FRANCISCO, CAU
We keep on hand the largest stock of American Fancy
IP .sr y sin sins vtnft,. lugt-incr wiin a
most complete stock of Miller ft Rich
ard's Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at short notice,
Anything In the Printer's Una,
from a tlodkin toaCslmdtr Press. We have a large
stock of new and sccuhl hand Printing loesses ol
all makes and aires. We are sole agenls for
Campbell's Cylinder Presses, Cottrel! and
lUbcock Presses ; also Peerless, Clip
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wash
ington Jobbers
WASHINGTON HAND TRESSES;
newllaxter steam engines, whlih are Just lh. thing for,
printers, Tuerk Water Motcrs, Gem Paper Cutters,
and a full line of Sanborn's buokliindets
machinery.
OUR FIDELITY ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Pecitess Printing Inks are considered the best In
use. Have you used our Perfection plates!
They save editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore save money,
tsTSEND FOR OUR CATALOGUE.
Remember No houx on this coast can compete w'uli
us in iruahty of guods.
Chicago office ijt Monroe street.
106
TTOTBL-STRBBT MARKET,
IK K. MM, froprlclor.
Ilatimr tjurchased Ihe llulrl.Krret Mark. I il
pleasureTn announcing that I will give the business ray
persona! attention, and hoje to supply the warns of the
public of Honolulu In a satisfactory manner,
BEEF, MUTTON, VEAL. LAMB,
OTHER KINDS OF MEAT FOR THE TAULE
ALWAYS ON HANO.
rHourr iwlivkhy made.
ORDERS TAKEN UY TELEPHONE
TsuruoxE, No. ui. iji
jUTAKBK COURTNEY,
WtvvllMsj, aCavmt,
PAIAI MANUFACTURERS,
W. uunutaclur. the VERY BEST QUALITV Pals
bum Al Targ.
Owluf loth. esleM of lands cultivaled by us, we
can sell ckaaper than sulvsn, and can gsvuuue tUnta-
,L,a. n.l kIS a.nrJ.ii eit L.1 . .jbl.,., -,u r.,1... a
" . .-",-.f w. " S, II. MM, M.IM, sn
ssiml-.
St Onlsvrs by Pus ictcive prompt autatado,
C a MAKEE. in-)iu A. A. COURTNEY
Annual premium continues Policy i years, 3 days
a Annual premiums continue Policy 4 years, is
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 years, tv "
4 Annual premiums continue Policy S years. 46 '
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 10 years, 50 "
AnHvtn, - $ 1 :i,r, 00,000.
(Ociunil Jlboctliocmcnto.
T
RUSSESI TRUSSES!
TRUSSF.S.
TKUSSF.S.
1 kUSFS
TRUS'SF.S TRUSgils-TRUSSfA
TRUSS KS-TRIISSKS-l RUSSKS.
1 KUSSF.S-1 KUSSr.S-1 RU&SIS.
'I RUiSKS
TRUSSKS.
TRUSSI.S.
HOLLISTER & CO.
I lave Jusl received a large Invoice of
The Cel.brsvt.Ml Collulold Tnuus
niercT most tub Fsrror,
WE HAVE SPECIAL FACILITIES
For Adjuatinrg TrxumtM.-
HOILISTER St 0O
Cor. Fort and Merchant streets ami 50 Nuuanu street
'39
M. CARTER & CO.
S. St. CARTER,
S. T. GRAHAM,
No. 82 King Street, Honolulu,
RETAIL DEALERS IM
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED,
We would notify the public, and housekeepers lu par
ticular, that we keep on hand and for sale, in quantities
lo suit purchasers and at lowest rales, fuel, as follows:
HARD AND SOFT WOOD,
Cut any Lengths ;
CHARCOAL,
H. S. VV. NEWCASTLE COAI,
(jrnirn frvsr --.1 .v.
CELEIIRATF.D WELLINGTON MINE
Utl'AK'lUKE HAY COAU
ULvCKSMIIIl COAL.
The above can be ordered bvT,l,nlinn. n. nttin!.'
and immedute delivery guaranteed.
GIVE US A CALL Telephone, No. 305
WE ALSO KEEF IN STOCK
HAY. OArS-Cahfornia and New Zealand:
IIARLEV Whole and ground :
WHEAT. CORN--Whole and cracked :
I1RAN, MIDDLINGS, and other feed.
Order the above through Telephone No. 305,
AND-VSR WARRANT
Quick Delivery and Full Weight.
ORDERS FROM OTHER ISLVNDS SOLICITED
Free Delivery to All Parts of the City,
Remember, No. 82 King Street.
TeLEHIONK No. 305. 13
T UBRICAT1NG OILS.
Lubricating Oils.
We desire to call attention to the line stock of OILS
which we now have on hand, comprising
the following:
1
Freak Syrm Oil, U qaMtUiM to anitt
Lard Oil. In barrel and casei ;
C)Under oil, tn barrels and in caie. ;
Castor oil. (two qualities) in caw J
Parafline oil, In barrels ;
A cheap article for light-running machinery, and, for
mo4 ues, fully equal lo the more expenmc oils.
K ALSO Klir IN STOCK
SKIDGATE OIL, in caves.
This oil It made from fduuVt livers, and Is fully equal
lo lard, and is much cheaper.
DARK LUIiKICATINC OIL, in barrel.;
Just the thin fur Sugar Mllii, Cane Carriers and Cars.
or anyslow moving auchinerv, and at half the
price of the expensive oils now in use.
In addition to above, we keep
Ktrowrw Oil Downer's, Noonday. Lu.tr si,
Ncats-foot Oil, boOed and raw
LIruccd OJ, In quantities to suit,
And of the best qualities. AUo. cotutanily on hand,
CeOor4 PsUaU,
In oil and dry, and HhUe Lemif nmt Mfnr, of
different qualities. Just received
TWO BUCKXYX MOWSBS.
Just the thin to cut Hllo grass.
ILOWSANU AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
of every desctiptiou used on a rianution.
FENCE WIRE AND HARDWARE of all kind
constantly on hand and for sale clnap by
E. O. HAUL SON,
l)s If Cor, King snd Kort Uresis, Honolulu.
A COMFORTABLE HOME I
Tb. undsrsliiied has recently nttsd up
In elegant style, the tars, roomy Cottage loraierly L
koglog to in. LeasoQ estate, on Nuuanu street,
beyond lh. CouuneKlal Hotel premises,
lor lh. psirpos. of conducting
Tns name of this pleasant retreat Is the ''WHITE
HOUSE." Il eannoe La sum. lead In the klaedom toe
comlurt and iW.nHiess,
THE OROUNDS ARE SPACIOUS
and ornanienlI with shad. Uesvs.
Persons of respectability may always be sur. of a chesv.
rul hum. there. A ssulna-euoas Is a4 apart Sue th. cms.
vewnMoffuctt. ArEW UOKlTttOOUS AKB
VACAN r. lenas alny asodsanusv,
MRS. J, T, WHITK, Pioptistor.
aW Maof at osu leaden trill rcasstalev Mrs. What,
as prateissor ce lh. lvsjgln. llaisia. on fort Mrs, aT
iatt'
sass ramaxgo asssaaes, ss was sttca a cosvs
lll--Vs
WHOLE NUMBER 140
tcto bncrttflcmcntc.
"pIONEER" LINE
TROM LIVERI'OOL.
THEO, H. DAVIES & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE,
From the carjroes of the UI.LOCK and other recent
vessels, ihe following
Dry Goods and Clothing:
Prints of the latest sisles, fast colors:
I line Denims, Ilrown Linen Drills,
vv hlte Croyilon Sheeting,
Ilorrock'e lxmg Cloths Waterproof Tweedi,
I0..,l,Jl", ! owelmg. Glass Towels,
Table Cloths, T.bleTlapklni,
Pnrn Linen, Shawl. Drew Ooost,
Orenadines, MTiile and Colored hills.
Colored Satins, Urass Cloths,
Artificial Flowers and Feathers,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs,
lal.le Covers, sroolen; ColornlSalleensand Crape.,
Fancy Misture and I'.lne and dray Flannels.
KtorU Uwris, llrook.' Spool Cotton,
llloe and W hit Check I.li.dos, '
FANCY DRESS GOODS,
Fancy l'lalds, Regatta Shirts. Wool Shirts,
.W hlte and Colored Cotton Shirts,
fancy Scarfs, Pilot Reefers,
fl'I,,'.Wiile'"") Rrown Cotton Half Hose,
!fd'.M.."'w' ,,n'' Ready.made Clothing,
Mens Hats,
!a,."H". '.'?' (wni"!. black and fancy straw),
India Rubber Coats, Caws and Leggings,
I lue and Cray Horse lllankcts,
Woolen Ulankets, all aires, colors and weights;
IVfref Carpet, felret Hug;
Veleet and Tapestry Door Mats.
SADDLERY.
r,iMl1La,Vartm'nt .f CKNTLEMEN'S and LA
DIES SAUDLI.Sl also, Saddles for Hoys and Girl..
and a few ' '
tOCKEV .SADDLES;
Assortment of
1IRIDLES, Saddle Cloths and Chamois Skins.
SttgsvrBistrsj, 20x36.
Coal Ba, 28x37.
Rloe Bags and Twine.
Oaleanhed Corrugated Hoofing (,4 gauge),
In 6, 7, 9 and 9 feet lengths.
ROOFING SCREWS AND WASHERS.
GALVANIZED RIDGING,
Annealed Fence Wire, Nos. i, 5, 6 and 7, and Staples;
Calramred Iron Duckets, all lues!
Galvanlred Wash Uaslns,
Galvanized Garden Ilordering and Netting,
Tinned Iron Saucepans, all sires;
1 eakettles, real Japan Blacking.
Pa Vina ltrlckx and Garden Tile;
Garden Rollers,
Ijwn Reals and Chairs,
Umbrella Stands,
Iron Scrapers,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
Clothes llatkets,
llaml-Ilashets,
Work-Haskell,
.Sponge. Baskets.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Glass Flower Stands,
rem llaskets, etc
PORTLANDCEMENT FIRE IJRICKS,
FlreClajr,
Whiting.
Chalk,
Yellow Ochre,
Alnan.
ROOFING SLATES,
Liverpool Salt and lloek Salt, Zincs, fatnii
and Hotted Oils, Worcester Sauce
and Groceries.
English, American and Hawaiian
FLAGS!
Three, five and seven jards long.
TOPSAIL SHEET CHAINS,
Admiralty test, slies 5s', . 1'. and J.
POWELL DUKFRYN STEAM COAL,
Stationery,
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ENGLISH LEATHER BELTING, from 'jloi.,'
(st-raaioE.
rioor Oililotki,
One SLe. Horse 1'oirer l'ortaole MhsIiu.
Also, One TSree-llorse roirrr Ysrlteml
Engine, etc.
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OTEEL RAILS
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RAILWAYS,
il ft lec-glhs; 14 lb. to lh. ywd. Just rsvcdvesl
Cr J ef Aetnstm from Liverpool. Apply lo W.
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Fowler & Co.
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Made Eapieuly for these Islands I
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CALIFORNIA KID LACE,
Plush Olore Tops.
Urogans. new Xios.
Ladies' Pebble Uutton Crmiuet Shoes,
Misses' and Children's Shoes, etc.
lly lh. Sues I hare received a stock of Ladles' hod
Gents' and Children's SIIOLS, etc, manufacluis so
my order foe IhU market.
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