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DILLINGHAM & 00.
Importers and Dealer lit
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, I
IIouso Furnishing Goods,
Have Just, received, from Now York,
:iNew and Desirable Tools & Shelf Hardware
AltJti frttin
fc'XVoRtenltolmV IX 1. Knives nml llaxnrs,
uaniiMi Mm'juy. sttibiis' khoh, all Kinds and .hi.im; lluimot'k' White Lwl
1 Jl,... 11..1.1l...tl.Y.. I,.,l 1..tl...l ..II .1 t.. 1...
., mm -hiv iimimmivjix n p,iiu imnni un urty fiuim. MiuiuiiL'r Mum:,
I'L 1,'llnt tftitiiti1 litititl." litntl Imtm ttlmti fititttttitltitil (iii.wLiniik.i
niv 'iuki ""' . if tum' iiiii( v-1 u lift; 1 1 vi oti lit T Millet
Tinned saucepans, fry pans, tea Kettles, galvanized buckets,
Tuli.v mtil htislns. Babbit metal, hcxlmm ami suitaro nuts.
.'Sheet .Inc. perforated and plain ; a inrjjo
V Door Mots, Fish Lines and Twine,
Limerick Honks, sail noodles, topsail chains, rooting screws, nit traps,
S' Rico hoes, Chamois skins, dandy brushes, haml bellows, anvils, visas, etc.
WIRE ! '" - s
Wo havo lately received several Invoices of
s Plows, made specially for the Island trade,
by the Mollno Plow Co., and are still ahlo to furnish all styles and sizes, with
extra parts, at lowest .prices.
, In addition to our regular stock, which Is ntoro complete than ever hofore,
,wo have received many NOVELTIES to which wo Invito tho attention of buyers.
25, DILLINGHAM & CO., Fort Street.
THE VERDICT
All Ladies having visited tho
CALIFORNIA ONE PRICE BAZAR,
5); During tho last week
;fe , Selling Goods at Slaughtering Prices !
L In addition to our Innro and now stock of Sfcmln TW Orwula. wn 1
.,. 0 - -
hv opencu one or uio most
Shoes ! Shoes ! 'Shoes !
wEvcr placed before the Ladica of this
A full lino of tho
" Sarah Brenhardt Sandals."
J66PGIVE US A CALL.-
CIIAS. J. FISHEL,
Cornet of Fort and Hotel Sts.
BS.
DreBS. Oloak and Mantle
ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 101 Fort Street (55) Honolulu
ft FRANK GKERTZ,
?' 141 Port St., WC"- Honolulu,
Btk.
Importer and Dealer In
ti1'. i
V ..
.1!.-" " TnILinl nrtn..nl ...! nt.ti.1
IpjSfides and Slippers!
.Gentleman's and Youth's
; Boots and Shoes !
f Just Received, ex steamer CItv of New
Wi j ' Vnrl.
jmDirect from Philadelphia,
foSsM'
A very superior assortment of
BOOTS & SHOES !
jBfiyGivK mk a c.u.i.-a
&nrroNor,uLU kje manufactory.
yi I i'l ilnllvitrnil In nil linrtu i.f tl,.
fiCity; Shipping siipplh-d In quantities
Khvihler & Co.'b. ' is
"JP FOIt SALE, a No. 3
IWarehouso Feed Mill
Uilnds from 1 to 2 tons per day.
jA1ho, pnllpys, holts, etc., all In good
joruorj eau o run oy steam or liorso
power, just tlio article for a plantation.
ALSO,
r, OATS, CORN,
Vhcftt, Urnn, Barley, Whole nnd
. lirounu, jMixed Feed, eto.
3aU11KAIj as the cheapest
EafTPffii5Jj3 tto
liluiL vLAINE & Co., 1)1 Fort st.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, &o.
n full assrtrtment of
l.iMulnti
Vntl & Hntehers Hnxnrs
assortment of
- s - 1"""64 WIRE !
OF GUILTY!
hav.o found us guilty of
have
-.- -- t j w, ., .
elegant collections of
city, surpassing in quality and price
Drink Palinor & Cb.'s
GINGER ALE
75 cents per dozen.
-13
TUB CELEBRATED
Lilikalani Manifesto !
OF THE
ELECTION CAMPAIGN
of February, 1882,
Translated by II. L. Sholdonj published
by T, G. Thrum. .
Price, : : 28 cents.
May bo had at J. V. Robertson & Co's.
40
FOR SALE
TWENTY GOOD
Californian Mules !
Expoeted per Lady Lampson.
58 Apply to C. Brower & Co.
THE BEST SUSPENDER
JL WORN Is tho
ARGOSY SUSPENDER,
For sale at
A. W. RtCIIAIlDSON'S.
25
GEOKOE LUCAS,
Contractor
and Builder,
Honolulu Steam Planing Mlllsj Espla
nade, Honolulu.
Manufactures all kinds of Mouldings,
Brackets, Window Frames, Blinds,
Sashes, Doors, ami all kinds of Wood
work IIiiIkIi. Tinning, Scroll and "Band
SiiwIiik. All kind of Sawing and i'lau
hi;:, Mrirtlolng ami Tenanting,
OrileVs promptly attended to and work
Kiiarnufticd, Orders from the other In
lands solicited. , , 2i
HMil 1.
mmwJ
'mM
TlmJimancse Inncrua ffois a
hieroglyphic system, and the cntiy-
raplry a system of drawing or pain
ting. Every school-boy has to Iinni
at least o; thousand different char
acters; in tho elementary schools of
tho government three thousand have
to ho taught. A man with preten
tious to scholarship must bo acquaint
ed with about ton thousand, and a
verv learned man with that number
multiplied many times. A Japanese
mustdovutentloast ten years persist
ent and earnest study to tho acqui
sition of his own languago if he de
sires to possess a knowledge of it
cufllciont for tho purposes of an o lu
cation. Tho mechanical art of hand
ling the brush, so as to paint the.
characters with skill and rapidity,
occupies no small part of a learners
time.
KAMEHAMEHA DAY ! !
Kapiolani Park,
Jtmo 10th ami 12th, 1882.
Tho following gentlemen comprise
tho Committee of Arrangements :
W. G. Iiiwin, Ckcii. Buown,
II. It. Macfaulank, Capt. A. !N. Titirv,
Jamus Dodi. .
Programme:
LeaM Cup, $40
jMulo ace; mile dasb; free to all;
catch wchdits. Entrance. Sfi.
Kapiolani Plato, $100
or Hawaiian inva Horses; mllo
dash; catch woijrhts. Entrance. 810.
Kinjr's Plato. $125
tor tnreo-year-oius; open to all;T
iju.ii, a in ,; 10 curry iuu ids. en
trance, 815.
Park Cup, $75
3-J of mllo; freo for nil two-year-.
olds broil in tho Kingdom; catch
weights. Entrance, 810.
Reciprocity Plate, $100
Trotting Race; mllo beats; best 3 in
15 to harness; freo to all horses that
have not a better record than 2 :40
in any public raco in this Kingdom.
Entrance, 815.
Queen Emma Plate, $100
Running Race; 3-4niH.odash; freo
for all to carry 100 lbs. Entrance,
810.
Express Cup, $75
1 rco to all horses that havo been
.driven In a public hack six months
previous to this 11th of Juno. En
trance, 810.
Eamohamoha Plate, 8200
Trotting Raco; mllo heats; best 3 in
8 to harness; freo for all. Entrance,
820.
Lunamakaainana Plate, S100
Oiiound a half mllo dasb; free for
all to carry 100 lbs. Entrance, 815.
Regent's Plate, S100
Freo to all horses bred in tho King
dom; best 21u 8; catch weights.
Entrance, 810.
Pony Raco Cup, 850
Ono mllo dash; open to all ponies
bred in tho Kingdom, not over 13 1-2
hands high; catch weights. Eu
tanco, 85.
Kaiulani Cup, 675.
Hurdlo Raco; ono mllo dash, 4 hur
dles; freo for all; catch weights.
Entrance, 810.
Donkey Race Cup, $25
Freo for all s each man to rldo lils
neighbor's donkey, tho last ono un
der tho wlru wius.
Also, a Bicycle, Tricycle, and Foot
Itace, for 200 yards, for medals and a
cup.
All horses entered for theso races will
bo under tho control of tho judges, and
their decision will ho llnal. '
All running races will bo under tho
rules of the Faelllo Blood Horse Assoc!
atlon, excepting as'to weights.
All trottlnj; races will bo under tho
rules of the National Trotting Assoela
tlon. All horses to carry a rider.
No pool selling on tho I'ark grounds
All horses that are sold lu pools will bo
ruled out.
In order to sccuro nnd maintain order,
no ono will bo allowed on thu track
without the association badge, which
can bo obtained on tho grounds.
Permits to train horses on tho Park
track can bo obtained from Mr. H. It.
Aiaciarianc. jockics' colors must ac
company entrance fees. All entries to
close Saturday, Juno 3rd.
It Is also Dimmer! tn lmvn mi nvlilhl.
Hon of stock.
H. A. Wiiieman, Chairman.
07 E. A. lj'.iiti:n, Secretary.
NOTICE Tho Praying Busings if
my hito husband will he curled i u
by me, in the name manner as heretofore.
AlRfl fill ll.'lllfl llllll fil utlli, 1.'lrifnl
Kakaako'Salt, White and Black Sand, In
juaiuiiics in sun.
Vm-rriiiT. Winn
Honolulu, March 2-l,18H2. 45
Redwood and Cedar
ry FEET LONG, for sale in any quan-
titles, by
?' ..ii ' Ai.l.KN & IlUllINSOX.
1 A"" T A " f . ib4- -. 'Hnuti . - i . i !! iVfBiHu
M M T lS8aSR.NT It "T
Importer anil Dealer In
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, Pocket Cutlery, etc., cte.
Gents' Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Traveling Bags, Watches, Diamonds, .Tuwelery and Silver-ware, otc.
Northeast Comer of Fort and Merchant sts., Honolulu.
AT THIS WELL KNOWN ESTABLISHMENT
Can always lo found
Full Linos of Superior Furnishing Goods,
JUST RECEIVED, ex "Forest Qucon,"
Tweed & Cashmere Suits of various patterns.
Tho 11 nest sutts ever: offered in this market. t
Also, Elegant Blue Flannel Suits. feSr Just call and examlno theso goods and
then compare them with tho " trash" offered you by thu
"Gas-bags" of the town.
April 12 (32) M.'McINERNTXV
mnmBaSfimsrmmmBmmm5mmmmmmmmmm!mmm
Gent's, Xadies and Children's FnrnisJtiiiff Goods
HONOLULU CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
Mo iru vnnv RTPF.rciv
BgT READ AND BE
P. O. Box 18374.
-offici:
The International Clothing Company,
Comer of Broadway and Broom Streets.
A. M. MELLIS, Esq., New Vobk.City, Doc. Ctli, 1881.
Honolulu, Sandwich Islands, '
Dear Sir: Your valued favor of November 18th Is to hand, containing your
order to which wo havo given our ciosost attention, anil you may rest assured wo
havo spared no pains to make this Initial order satisfactory, having closely fol
lowed your Instructions, slucorcly hoping by fair dealing to secure your cutlro
patronago lu tho Clothing Line. '
Wo are willing to make you our Special Agent for tho Hawaiian dslands, audi
consequently can offer you Special Inducements on prices, as wo aro thorougblyr,
satislled that a proper representation of our goods will, as has always been tho"
case in tho past, take precedence above all other makes of Itoady Made Clothing,.,
as wo aro here, driving our competitors out of tho market.
Vo inclose you a large and varied selection of samples of our Spring nnd
Summer Stock for 1R82 now being manufactured. They comprise many Novoltles .
and are especially adapted for the Tropical Cllmes ;
Wo havo shipped your goods as requested via Panama, San Francisco, and by,
steamer to tho care of your Agents, and you will llmLln this letter your bill of',
lading, &c. Hoping for an early continuance of your patronago.
Wo remain, very truly .yours,
Tho International Clothing Co., DONALD FITZKRALD, President.'
N. B. As It is my intension to visit thu colonics of Australia shortly, I shall-,
stop to sco you on my way. Yours above.
With tho above I take pleasure in informing tho publio that I have -.
opencu a urn lino oi
33oots, Slioes
of all descriptions and styles, which
mantci win auinii. i uaiutiug uiu puuuc in gcuurai lor, past liivora re- -coived,
I shall endeavor, as heretofore, to please them with their wants. .
54' A. M. MELLIS, 104 Fort St., (Brewer's Block.) .
Trtmminas, Novelties,
Bruce Cartwrlght. IV. S. Luce. A.W.Busli.
.. Union Feed Company
CARRIES THE i V .'.
Largest and Best Stock
HAT, GRAIN AND FEED
Of all description, and guarantees to keep "a full supply
constantly on hand.
25
OSJTScnd orders to
Call and Select one for yourself,
And avoid the risk mid expense from ordering abroad.
At 107 Fort Street vou will find tho ;
Largest Stock of Musical Merchandise-, t
Ever seen In this Kingdom, lneludlug tho
v
Steinway Pianos, Mailmshek Pianos,
"Weber Pianos, Fischer Pianos; I
Westermeier Pianos, and
"Woodward & Brown Pianos.
Also, a large stock of ORGANS, ranging from 845 to 8250-
25
CONVINCEDtBK
OF-
Capltal 83,000,000'
and Slippers
I will sell at as lower prico as this -
and Fancy Articles.
3
A. W. BUSH, FortSt., Honolulu.
FINE PIANOS
Shipped direct to (
GEO.. F. WELLS'
MUSIC STORE.
GEO. F. WELLS,
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