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WILLIAMS, BLAUCIIAED & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
.2 IS Calirraia Stmt,
inhXJ tf 8 AS FRASCISCO.
A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding & Commission .Merchant
4 05 TKOST STH.EKT, CORSE CLAY,
Particular tUcolioa pail to CvcaiguttiU o laUaJ Prwl
2 ly aobl
II. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
corara issi o. tii 1: rc 11 ax ts,
Oi FROST ST.
Corner or Claj eunt, SAX f RASCISCO. T ly
ha a Fraaclara.
COBBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers. "iTholcsalc Grocers and
Shippers and Dealers of Oregon Produce.
HAH FRANCISCO t
Oflee 10 Cllfrl Sire.
, j.4 1A ',..1, mmd IO Ai 12 First Si.
W. C. Ralatoo. Kan .. Baak of Catifrni. 8n franclaco
M. lIH T Tn-o. banker. "
Hank of Briltah CoioaatMa Portland. Ore,"i
MIVT l! ItaataUk C-
a iv. ........rortUml, On-ron
irw'Brp' Co.. Banker.
Caitf-' I Precise SllclleJ.
YAUKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfomery, Pocket Cutlery,
U03IEBY, ZEPUTR WOOL, e. Axe.
HAVINC3 RKSIDKVT BUVERS IV THE
Kaat .ad la Krop, aixi bio ia direct commawcattoii
w.ib the manufacture, we .re enabled lo get Ouode on the
trt Urm. aod t k!I accordingly.
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Cot, Dd Wt InVit lh
Especial atteatiop of Ilonolnla Merchant
to .a examination of the same.
Particular attention Ktreo lo Order.
TOBIN, DAYIS30N CO.
Corner gutter A 8ansotn glrerU,
b4 imm rr..tiae.t Cmlm.
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
Agents of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
A. Pasra.D to
Finis Keg aid Barrel Shoots la aiy Qiantttj
.dn.2 tlespectfdly solicit consignments of Sugars
aid imlao rooec
XT REFER TO
Messrs. Bishop A Co Honolulu
Hnn. II. UekM: Co Ilooolnla
Mtua Cau Cooke. liooololu
Sm 408 California Street, Baa Francisco. JalO If
w. c tariaiDoa,
313 Front t- Han Fraociaco.
LEVEE-ID GE, WADHAMS & CO.
Fomrarding and Commission Merchants,
Partlealar Atteitl.B pall t CsBtlrsaeats f
oT HmmdwleU lalaaJ Prd.ee. ly
.T. McCrakcn Sc Oo.,
nA.VI.VC UEKN ENGAGED IN OCRPRE
wna buiHM for par.la of aeren year, and beinff
I jeated ia a B -e proof brick kalMio, are prepared I J reeeiT.
ao.t diapoaaot taJaad ttaplefaca aa Sugar, Rice, 87m pa, Puln,
CoM, Ae., t. a.lraJiU. Cooaijranaent especially aoliclted
for the 0reirn market, to which peraooal atteatioo IU be paid,
a.l apoa vLieh caah advance, will be made vkeo required,
da FaCwco Raraaaacaar
rUdrar A tiodeaberrer, J a. Patrick A Co..
Fred. Ikea, W. T. Coleman A Co.,
itTa, Bikker A Co.
Altoo A I awl. Lad A Tiltoo. Leonard A Oreea
asH Walker A Allen. S
j. o. suaitt.
J. C. MERRILL t Co.,
Commission Merchants and Anctioneers
204 ao'l 20C California Street,
iSa n. F r u n c i h c o .
ALSO. AGENTS OF TUB
San Francisco and Honolnln Packets.
ParticjUratuation(ientlhe sale and parchaae of mer
thandiae, ahlp' baioc,apFlf Inf whaleahlpi, negotiaUng
zcliAa (f c
17 411 (rttcht arrlrinit al San Francisco, by or to th II o
ooial. Um 3t Pckeu,wUl bef'rwar Jed mi or coauuio.
XX Exchange oa Ilooolaln boajht and sold. X3
M rears. C. U RIchaH A Co Honolulu
n. HaekteM A Co
C. Brewer A Co....
Biip A Co. ................... ......... M
rr.m. w. irood...
U Ja.B.R. Allen
GASTLEJb GOO HE.
FITTEST BROAD CLOTH,
Finest Black Doeskins. West of England ;
Finest All Wool Fancy Tweeds, snitahle
for Summer Wear.
AISO, EXPECTED BI THE STEAMER,
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF THOSE
HEAVY PRINTED WOVEN LINEN DRILLS,
for Gent's and Boy's wear.
"Wh.it Linon Duckl
FINEST AND MEDIUM.
White Linen Duck, Heavy Cord.
The aSwre Cds will fee Said at the Lawest TassU
Simples Sent to Vie Other Jslinds if requested.
Hay! Hay! Hay.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE RE-
einj Pressed Bales of
Prime Haniania Hay,
" From Laic, which they will H in quanti'iee to suit.
spM tf WALKER A ALLEN:
CHARLES Li O IMG
XvXo. X3 Morolannt J3t.
HAS O.V HAND AM FOR. SALE A SC
pmut assortment of
WINES, SPIRITS, ALES, PORTERS,
RLIXART. PERE ET FILS
'Tt... W- CHAM PAG N E. qaart and pu.1.
KeioharJ A Co.' Cbsmpacoe, q'.a. A pta.
Different Brands Cala. Champagne,
Quart and piot).
Le Prirme Tacteaae C'r.t. quart aivj ptnta;
ft. Julian Merine C'.arrt quara anl plnti;
Cbmieaa Lanue Claret, qoarta and pint;
Cbau-aa la & Claret, qoarta aad pintu
Clar-t in cak aztd oa draujebt,
California WUte Wioe, oo drao;tit;
Superior Cala. Hockl
Direct fruaa ln Tineyard, aod
Warraale Parr J a Ice mt the Craar,
PORT AND SHERRY WINES!
Cask and t'aara.
Port and f berry Wlora. on draught;
floe UM Madeira, direct trom Cadis;
CordiaJa. io rat rla decanter,
Parait Aooor, Aniaeuc. taa Vrrte,
Creme do Cataia. Kaa de ie de ianutc,
Curacua, AtaloUie, Maraachino,
lilARTELL'S AND HENNESSEY'S BRAKDY
la caaka and 1
ECPERIOR OLD BOURBON WHISKEY.
a Few CiIIbb of Saperlor Btirb.a UkMe;,
For 51 el rciiial ne.
PURE Will TV. GIN la Q.arlrr Caaka!
Pore White O in it cea. 4 dn each; Oin In raar. 2 d sen
each; iio in caaei. 1 dxen each; Gin In case, 15 bottle each;
Oia In baaaeta, doseo each.
A LARGE ASST. OF BITTERS I
Ancoetora, BiWi, HnMand'.
I. X- U, lloateuera', UumboLIt', Papifax.
cam-rr auacuxaia, Feuet, Bnauca, Orange.
XT All th above will be old as Cheap a any other houae
In thi city, either in I oiid or doty paid.
ae7 NO TKAVm.SU AUENT EMPLOYED. 3in
BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS !
JUST EECEIVED !
EX D. C. MURRAY.
JJOYS SCREWED CALF HOOTS,
Boy. Serrwecl Calf Oxford Tiro,
Bay. Screwed Calf BnliuoraU,
Mlwn Calf Balaaaral. (acre wed)
Mra't Calf Baltaarnl., (acrrwrd)
ALSO, A FINE LINK OF
Also, a full Assortment of
SUPERIOR FURNISHING GOODS!
Which will be Bold at Prices to Salt the Tlmra !
At M. MclNERNT'S.
oS 3m Corner of Fort and Merchant Street.
TC3E0D. g. mmn
Offers For Sale a Fine Assortment of
EXGLISiF, GERMAX k FREATII GOODS
Per JEl. O. Wylie,
GOODS IN ALL STYLES & DESCRIPTIONS
Tho TRADE is respectfully in
vited to Examine.
QEM'IXK IICNOARIAN WINES,
Superior French Claret,
Sparkling Wines ia pint. and quarts,
Bordeaux and Bargundj Wines
Genuine and Imitation Holland Gin in cases.
! ALCOHOL, 98 Per Cent- FULL PEOOF.
i Norwegian Pale Ale in pint and quarU.
IgERIUAIV PAffdK ALE,
Star Brand, in pinta and quarts.
Kummel, Swedish Punch,
Read Prepared Cocktail,
Morachino, Angaatora Bitters.
Kegs of Dutch Herrings,
Kegs of Sauerkohl,
German and Italian Sausages in tins.
Peas and Asparagus in tins.
j Kegs of Russian Spiced Anchovies,
Sardelles in glass.
Genuine Turkish Tobacco !
CASES of TOYS and DOLLS.
Aic. Ye Ac.
COURIER. CEYLON !
AND VIA PANAMA,
AX J3I3IEASE TARIEII OF GOODS!
Selected with the Greatest of Care
FOR THIS MARKET.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
THOSE VERT DESIRABLE PREMISES
oa Beretaoia St. at present occupied by II. K- Hitchcock,
Esq., lofpector General of Schools, and adjoining the
premises of Rer. Walter Frear; the house contains aa elegant
parlor, dining-room, three bed-rooms, pantry aod kitchen, bath
hnoae and aerracu' Loose, a table, etc., and ia located in a
pleasant neighborhood, and aairoaoded by garden and pasture
Kixinireof fob) HUGO FTANOENWALI.
FIOR SALE ill'
C. BREWER A Co.
pOR SALE HI
C. BREWER 4r Co-
BREAD AND BUTTER,
nUK SALE BY
C. BREWER A Co.
pOR J A I i 1
C. HKEWTR A Co.
CARTS, Horse and Hand,
JpOR SALE If X
C. BREWER k Co.
C. BREWER A Co.
rOR SALE BY
C. BREWER A Co.
HO II SALE BY
C. BREWER A Co.
OR SALE B Y
C. BREWER A Oo.
OR SALE BY
C. BRKWKR 4- Co.
jpo R SALE BY
C. BREWER Co.
pOR SALE BY'
C. BREWER A- Co.
ASH. SPRUCE & OAK PLANK,
JJ-IOR SALE Bi
C. BREWER A Co.
PLOWS, all Styles,
OR SALE BY
C. BREWER A Co.
PAILS, 3 Hoops,
pOR SALE BY
C. BREWER A Co.
MANILA ROPE, all Sizes,
OR SALE BY'
C. BREWER A Co.
STOVES, Asst'd. Sizes,
OR SALE BV
C. BREWER A Co.
TAR & PITCH,
Jj-JOR SALE B
C. BREWER tr Co.
OR SALE BY'
C. BREWER A Co.
J. MOTT d: CO
have ON HAND
- 3-8, .2, 3-4. 1,8 AND 3 INCH
COPPER TUBING. In lengths from to 15 reet;
Galvanized Corrugated Roofing, 2f.x84 Inches;
Cases Tin Plate, all eizes;
Sheet Lead, Brass and Soft Solder,
Galvanized &. Plain Sheet Iron. 16 to 26 gauge
Sheet Copper, tinned and clean, all sizes;
Also, a Few
At Old Prices.
Just Arrived per R. C. Wylie !
Barrels Sheet Zinc,
Cases Sheet Tin,
Block Tin, &c, &c.
Also, Expected per Ceylon!
FULL ASSORTMENT OF STOVES,
Rivets, tinned and black, 2 to C lbs.
EXTRAS PLY AMERICAN RUBBER HOSE!
Which they can warrant to be the best article made.
Plain and Hose Bibb Cocks, 1-2 to 1 I 2 in.
Sink and Bath Tub Flags,
House Water Closets,
Sprinklers, Ilose Couplings &. Nozels,
Patent Can Openers,
Tinned Tacks, Cast Iron Sinks,
Galvanized Elbows, T's, fnion Couplings, Ac.
Douglass Lift and Force Pumps I
Douglass Lift Pnmps, 0 to 6.
Ail of which (hey Offer Fbr S-iIe at Iteosonahle
ST Stoves Purchased at this Establishment Set np
Free of Charge.
Having a large stock of Gpper Tubing,
SJieet Copper, and other Materials in Vteir line, they
are prepared to fill riantation,and other orders at
prices satisfactory to buytr and seller, at
No. 0 KAAHUMANU STREET,
j76 JCST A BOTE THE BANK.
OP THE PACKING OP 18T1.
warranted in good crilcr, for sale at a very low
figure, in order to cle a consignment.
oei II. IIACKFELD A CO.
?3 - - a w
SATURDAY, y or. 9.
trom rVmi-Weekly AjTerUacr, Oct. 21 J
Exclusive Good Templars.
Ms. Eiitor: I am not a teetotaller, but have
alwajs been a ten;
perance man. and bae thought a ,
he temperance reform, as a gret
great deal about the temperance
ana good work, la my way, at one time ana an
other. I have done aotuething in aid of the caue if
redeeming: falUu humamtv from the thrulls of the
demon strong drink. I ha.e watched with dfej. i-
teret the progress of the Order of Oood Teinplars in
thin city, have seen with pleasure their increase in
numbers and in f ub.io for, and uutil rtt.fnt!y, I
have been strongly tempted to join and become one
of them, so stn.ugly impressed have I been of the
importance of their caoe as a social reform movement-
But now my enthusiasm on behalf of the Good
Templars has received a severs check, and in an
unpleasant and unexpected manner. I am told that
it is an extremely exclusive body, in which the roles
of caste and raoe are rigidly observed, so rigidly
in :eed, that any person having a single drop of Ha
waiian blood in their veins is denied admittance to
the Lodze. This aotnally is the case, as I an credi-
1.1. :r .1 M.nti,n.rlrtk.lrM I
the one that convenes at the lower end of King j
Street. A respectable woman, with her husband, 1
who was an industrious mechanic, was denied ad- ;
mittance to that Lodge for ro other reason than be-
caue ber mother was an aboriginal Hawaiian, '
although her father was one of the superior race !
Can anything be more insanely ridiculous thin this :
attempt, from such a source, and in such a cause, '
in Hawaii nei, the kanaka's own country, to set
up distinction of caste and color ! It is not only ;
extremely eilly, but it is insolent, aod a direct in- ,
suit by casting contempt, (or attempting to) upon
many of the Lest people in the country, who have
nttive families; beeidea being an indignity to the i
King and Government. And what becomes of the j
God-like charity, v. hich it is declared, is one of the 1
main principles of this Order? I had supposed j
from their profess oris, that for the sake of their ;
noble cause they were only too ready to extend the ;
hand of brotherhood to any and all of Gud's crea- ,
tures. But it seems that their Temperance Paradise
is limited to the accommodation of blue Moods" '
only no half-white need apply. Probably they ex
pect to find similar rules of exclusiveness in the ;
other world but alts, the tables may be turned on :
No, Mr. Editor, I shall not join these exclusively j
" Good" Templars of Honolulu, at present. 1
Froin Semi-Weekly Advertiser, Nov. & )
The Good Templars not Exclusive A Eeply
Mr. Editor: In your Semi-Weekly Commer
cial Advertiser of October 31st, I find a commu
nication signed " Cosmopolite," and headed Ex
clusive Good Templars " As that communication
contains some grave misstatements, I shall feel much
obliged if you will allow me to reply to him through
Cosmopolite," in speaking of the Order of Good
Templars, says, " I am told that it is an extremely
exclusive body, in which the rules of caste and race
are rigidly observed, so rigidly indeed that any per
son having a single drop of Hawaiian blood in their
veins, is denied udmittance to the Lodge. This
actually is the case, as I am credibly informed, at
least in regard to one of the lodges, the one that
convenes at the lower end of King 6treet," refer
ring, Mr. Editor, to Ultima Thule Lodge, No. 1, 1.
O. 5. T., as that is the only one in that place.
Now I am in a position to deny this statement as
made above in toto. On the contrary, the only
qualifications necessary for any person to possess in
order to be eligible for membership in Ultima Thu'e
Lodge, No 1, I. O. G. T., are distinctly stated on the
record of that Lodge, that they shall be of a good
moral character, and be able to underst-nd the Eng
lish language intelligibly. As proof positive of this
being the law of that Lodge, I here state that there
is now a member in good standing in that Lodge,
who attends the meetings of it regularly, and shares
alike with the white members iu all the privileges of
membership, a full blooded half-white, Miss Emma
J. Mitchell, whose fxther is one of the oldest mem
bers in the Lodge and a white niau, and whose
mother was a full blooded Hawaiian.
Now. .Mr. Editor, tlint these are facts, any mem
ber of that Lodge in good standing will inform
you. or a visit to the Lodge room, and an inspec
tion of the Lodge record and roll, wiU prove it
beyond a doubt ; and I shall be most happy to ac
company any one wishing to satisfy himself to the
Lodge room and exhibit the above proof's.
Again. "Cosmopolite" further states that. "A
respectable woman with ber husband, wbo is an
industrious mechanic, were denied admittance to
Ultima Thule Lodge No. 1, for no other reason than
because her mother was an aboriginal Hawaiian,
although her father was one of the superior race."
In this stulement there is one error, and also, an
assertion, that cannot be proved by the facts of the
case. The error is in saying, " with her husband."
I most positively state that her husband did not
apply at all. lie was formerly a member of this
Lodge, but took a clearance card some, iuontl.8
since and has never made any application for re
a Imission. The assertion is that she was refused
admittance on account of her Hawaiian blood.
Now. Mr. Editor, how is " Cosmopolite," or any
one else, even though a member of the Lodge, and
present at the time, to know this, can be or they
look into the hearts of those who blackballed this
applicant, (supposing it to be known who they are,
which is next to impossible, the ballot being secret)
J and real the reason of their so doing T
That she was blackballed I admit, but as it appears
that those who have Hawaiian blood in their veins
are admitted as member.', as proven by the actual
presence in the Lodge of one half-white now a mem
ber, and by the law in regard to quallifications nec
essary for membership; bow can Cosmopolite," or
any one else, say that that was reason she was
rejected. He, or his informant, may be uuder the
impression that that was the reason, but they cannot
In every secret order it requires but very few
black balls to reject an applicant, (in this Order of
Good Templars it requires five blick balls) and even
taking Cosmopolite's " ground that she was rejected
on account of Hawaiian blood, which I do not believe,
is it just to condemn the whole Lodge of nearly one
hundred members, for the action of a few, or to de
clare, (as Cosmopolite " does) that the whole order
preach, but do not practice charity?
A lew words more and I am done. The qualifi
cation requiring an intelligible understanding of
the English language, was made on account of the
work of the Lodge being conducted in English, and
to avoid having to interpret every thing. In Queen
Emma Lodge No. 2, the language used in the'work
is the Hawaiian, its members being composed of
Ilawaiians, half-wb;;e, and several whites, whose
relatives being there, and they also understanding
the language, preferred joining that Lodge. The
members of Queen Emma No. 2 visit Ultima Thule
No. 1, and vice versa, 1 have yet to hear of the
first instance of a want of attention, or an inten
tional slight, thrown up in a visitor in either Lodge.
Lastly, .Mr. Editor. I would ask if "Cosmopolite"
is not a member of the Order, (of which fact I must
say I have my doubts) how comes he to be so well
informed of the working, and business transactions
of an Order claiming to hold their meetings in
And now Mr. Editor, please excuse the length of
this communication, but I know what an amount of
good the Lodge, and the Order have done myself,
and others, and I lve it too well to allow such an
attack to pass unnoticed, when 1 had the means of
refuting it, and I could not well do so in fewer
words. Yours respectfully,
W. M. Wallace.
Ultima Thule Lodge, No. 1, 1. O. G. T.
In inserting the foregoing, we embrace the oppor
tunity of observing that it ia in extremely bad taste,
when one writes an article for publication in a news
paper, to show it around publicly before sending it
to the Editor. The above letter appears to have
been considerably published before it was printed,
for we beard of its contents fully a day before the
mss. reached us. As to the matter controversy, we
presume that "Cosmopolite" will acswer for him
self. Ed. P. C. A
From Semi-Weekly Advertiser, Nov. 7.
" Cosmopolite " Responds.
Mr. Editor Allow me a little of your space
by way of a rejoinder to the " Secretary of Ultima
Thule Lodge No. 1, 1. O. G. T., " whose wordy reply
to my letter appears in Tuesday's Semi-Weekly. I
could have wished, for the credit of that particular
Lodge and of the Good Templar organization gener
ally, that a 'es3 windy and more temperate advo
cate had come forward. He begins by denying, " in
totp," that persons are refused admittance into his
Lodge because they have native blood in their veins,
and in proof indelicately parades before the public the
name t a certain young lady, whom he styles a
full blooded half-white " a new species of the genus
homo, to which I confess myself a stranger and
who he says is now a member in good standing. I
have been told some of the circumstances which
caused finally a relaxation of the rule Dot of the
Lodge, but of some of its members whereby Bhe
was admitted. But let that pass. The voluble Sec
retary tells us a good many things that we did not
know before, anions; which is the f.t tha: " in eterj
secrft citv (of c-jhthc he inunt tn lon to int-nt
. . . .
it r4irea bat ery few LlacW balls to rvjct an
icant," anJ that bis Lou?e cUiin to bold tbeir
meetings in secret seicn. Toe meeting ruj r
secret, but a guod deal of what U sai l and dne in
those meetings i rjoforioaslv no vrt whatifTer.
That is my experience in regard to his Bat
he tells as also tnut there is a law of bi lxige Uis
tinctlj stating that the only qoaliScations tsecesstry
for any person to risses in order to b eligible for
membership in Ultima Thale LoJce, No. 1, 1 O. G.
T (bow b delight, lo dell on the arislocratic.
h-.gb-toned trie) are tht they ehall be cT goo.1 moral
cnamcier, idu uc auic o uuucrjuuu 1 uc x.ugw?u iu
guage itateliigibly. Now as the Secretary insists that
the lady whose cae was nrst rffrtea to, was not re-
jscfed bcue she as a blf-t. ' J kno
that she understands English as well as the Secretary,
ad his long tirade of words cn amount only to this
a bae insinuation against her guod moral character.
Tb-t is all that I csu make out of his piling np of
talk, and I must suppo.ne that he i prepared to back
up the statement. To conclude. I repeat that I am
: worry the Lodge of which this perron sign himself
! the Secretary bad not a more discreet advocate to
i put forward; and that be has failed to convince me
that a low-bred pride of race does not exist in it
membership sufficient to exclude worthy persons of
, any known shade of native Hawaiian blood.
The worthy Secretary, in a manner quite worthy
of himself, inainmtes that I am a Good Templar I
am neither that, nor a "full blooded hall-white.
but am quke willing to inform him that I am a full
blooded" Hawaiian, one whose principles are those
of a Cosmopolite.
H. HACKFELB & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS I
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE!
122 DAYS FROM Hit. EM EX.
PRINTS, LAWNS, MUSLINS,
White and Blue Cottons, and Drills.
Blue Denims, Burlaps, Mosquito Netting,
Blue and White Flannels, White Moleskin,
Assorted Bed Quilts, .
Assorted Silk, Cotton and Linen Handkerchiefs,
White Impei'ial Linen, Assor ed Towels.
Socks and Stockings, Assorted Threads,
Assorted Shawls and Plaids,
Woolen Blankets, red, white, green, blue & gray.
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Fine Cloths and Cashmeres.
LININGS, &c., for Tailors use.
Pine Silks and Woolen Goods for Ladies
Bunting, assorted colors, French Merinos,
Assorted Perfumery, Lubin's Extracts, &c.
Assorted English Saddles,
French Calfskins, Paints and Oils,
A full Assortment of German, French and English
F.hine Wines, Champagne, Sootch Ales,
German and Norwegian Ales, Gin, Sherry,
Butchers' Knives, Pen and Pocket Knives,
Scissors, Perforated Brass Centrifugal Linings,
Babbitt's Metal, Banca Tin. Tin Flales,
Fence Wire, Galvanized Iron Pipes,
Sheet Zinc, Best Refined Irons,
Assorted Qualities Needles.
Silver Plated Forks, Spoons and Ladles,
&c, &c, &c. &c.
Combs and Brushes,
Fancy Goods, Toys and Riding Whips!
Portland Cement, bst brands.
Blacksmiths' Coals, Tar and Pitoh,
Fire Clay, Fire Sand, Fire Bricks.
Oak Boats for coas'ers,
A Small Lot of Superior
CUSTOM MADE FURNITURE
Mahogany Sideboard, with Marble Slab & Mirror
Ditto Dining Table,
Rosewood Centre Table, ditto Sofa,
Cane Seal Folding Chairs,
FINE HAVANA and GERMAN CIGARS !
in full assortment and at various prices.
Music Boxes, Glass Beads,
And Many Other Goods too Numerous to
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
GENTLEMEN'S LUXCII It 0031 !
VH R.ROBERT RYCROFT WOULD RES-
iT A. pectfully announce to the Public that be has
Opened on Fort Street!
Opposite "Wllllama Farnilure Ware
Ice Cream Saloon for Ladies !
ICE CREAM, CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE !
at all houra.
HOT LUNCH DAILY FROM 12 TO 2.
Hoping to be able to meet the requirements of thoae wbo
may favor bim with their patronage,
He Invites all to Give Him a Call
4 Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to the Government Yard.
a 3 Orders for He use or Ship Work promptly attended to.
JUST RECEIVED PER BARK D. C. MURRAY
Large Stock of Tobacco !
OF VARIOUS BRANDS OF BLACK AND BRIGHT,
WHICH WILL BE
SOLD AT VERY LOW FIGURES.
These Tobaccos mere selected icith especial reference
to the Island Trade.
Also. A Choice Lot of
IC 9 IflAIYlsLA CIGARS,
IIOI.LISTER A. Cm.
of 19 Cm
CUTLERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION !
cSrro-stt Asst. or Hollo
Viz : Snuce jns, Fry Pans, Tea Kettles, Iron Pota and Furnace Boiler.
Galvanized Iron Tube from 14 to 30 inches ;
Galvanized Iron Buckets, 10, 11, 12, 13 inched,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Cap, Cartridge, Powder, Shot and Balls.
Seine and Wrapping Twine, Fish Hooks and Lines !
KEROSENE LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS!
DOWNERS AND DEVOE'S BEST KEROSENE OIL!
DIRECT FROM THEIR FACTORIES, EXPECTED SOON TO ARRIVE.
Dealer desiring to purchase the O EX VINE ARTICLE at a Low Figure, will forward thaif
We would also call the attention of Local and Country Dealers to our fresh stock of
HUBBUCK'S BEST PAINTS AND OILS!
Just Received, the Largest and Best Assortment in the Market.
Brushes of every kind and quality,
Byam's 8 Card Hatches, on hand and to Arrive.
PURE MANILA AND NEW ZEALAND CORDAGE t
Bits, Bridles and Spurs, Mule Collars and Hames,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Topsail Chains,
Bar Steel and Iron, Wrot Kails,
Cut and Wrot Spikes.
Now is the Time to Buy good Goods at 30 por cent, below
their Tteal Value, at tho
Concrete Block, Nos. 95 and 97 King Street, Honolulu.
LADIES' I.ICiUT AND DARK
IaAIlIKS' WHITE AXD
TEXT'S ASSORTED SIZES, IILACI4",
The above in an Assortment oi
and imported by it direct
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS,
C, E. WILLIAM') BCILDIVO, FORT STREET.
ST 3E& IH3
r ' 1 J '.-V
lIFL.IirOf IAM & Co.
FARCY COLORS, ll Choice.
II LACK, A fco ..!;
ASSORTED SIZES, COLORED.
SO Dozen made lo our order
from the Ulaiiutncttirer
IN GREAT VARIETY !