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.MONDAY, MAY 25, 1SS5.
LATEST rOREICN HEWS,
.utuiniuiior or iitiiu.s.
.'The Pope 1ms selected Monslgtior
Moran, Archbishop of Sydney, for
tho Diibllii Archbishopric.
Tin; i'axama Titontu:.
The l'mianm trouble is nol over
yet. 0 May 1 lib, the rebel l'lcslon
Avns besieging Cattagcna. Admiral
Jonclt bad infoimed the Navy De
rmrlmciil that ho Iiml to go to that
place on, account of the siege.
' l lii.Ncir rr.v.ins.
It vwib reported from Shanghai,
May 11, that lepiesentatives of
France and China had signed a
protocol of peace at Tientsin.
A credit of 12,000,1)00 francs has
been granted by the French Cham
ber, to lay a submarine cable to
A STr.AJtltlt LOST.
The White Cross Line Belgian
sleamer Helvetia, fiom Antwerp for
Moulieal, was btruck and sunk by
an ice lloc off the Nova Scotia coast
on May 9th. Tlie crew escaped in
boats, the last b:vt hardly getting
clear when the 'vessel 'sank.' The
cargo was valued at $100,000.
Till: SAMOAX QUKSTIOX.
The Karl of Berby, British .Colo
nial Sct'ictaryf pon.'icd iout to,. the
New ealhnd Government that if it
intcrfcied in Sauionu affaiis, Ger
many would be jiibtificd in annex
ing the ishthdsJJ "Thcii' the '.Premier
of New Zealand suggested as an
alternative a tleaty between Eng
land, Germany and America to
respect tho integrity of the islands.
ti niu2,ciiAVci FL, TUNNi.i.. ,
The second reading of the Chan
nel Tunnel bill, moved by Sir Ed
ward y"atkinv .was Jpst by a vote of
2SlJ'to''9n fii'ilic Biitish Commons on
May 12th. Al'he mb'rning papers
congratulated the House of Com
mons on its repeated l ejection of
the scheme. Most of them levived
the military, objection against the
project, and expressed feais of a
French submarine invasion.
Mr. Gladstone was 'to have an
nounced on the loth May the aban
documcat, in tho new coercion act,
of the clauses empowering 'the sup
pression of meetings, the censorship
of the press, the scaich of domicile
and the trial by judges without jury.
AVhat will be ictained is the power,
to change the venue of trials and to
appoint special juries in certain
cases ; also the right of examination
and investigation in criminal cases
wherein no persona aie 'charged.
The two thousand guineas race
run in England, May Glh, was won
by a neck by Mr. Cloet's Paradox,
Mr., Guard'. Chopctte, colt second
and Mr. Mackenzie's Child of the
Mist third. Fred Archer, the ccle
biated jockey, rodc,'tlio winner.
Itowcll l ecently won a beventy-two
hoin.s go-as-you-please race (twelve
hours daily) in .London, Eng., for a
gold championship medal and $500.
He covered in that lime -loO miles,
the best on record.
thc r-nixcr.ss ukaiuici:.
Mr. Gladstone moved, and Sir
Stafford Noithcolo seconded, in the
House of Commons on May 14th,
the granting of an annuity of G, 000
to the Princess Beatrice on the occa
sion of her foithcomiug marriage.
They eulogized tho Princess as the
comfort of hcY loyal mother in her
declining years, and spoke of the
Henry of Batlcnb'iirg, -as' a-pVomis-ing
young man, and of the match as
purely a love matter poi tending a
happy union. Mr. Labouchcrc op
posed the motion, holding that the
Queen should piovido an annuity.
Tho annuity was rptediby 33f!ib 38.
1 The New YoiW'Alo!' 'iJoiiddn spe
cial says Mr. GladJone's announce
ment, that futiuc wants could bo re-,
ferrcd to tho committee of the whole
bouse, was leccived with groans, U8
1 it was assumed to indicate an inten
' , tion to , dower t))c coming royal
grnndcljjldren in lcgular rotaon.
t I.OXDOX MOUs.
A mob, demonstrating 'against ilie
; Government pYoposal to 'raise the
duty on spirits, and beer, held pos
.' session of Tiafalgar Square, London,
- for several hours againbt the police,
on May 18th. The mob, numberjng
10,000anen, inolesteU eveiy person
)t entering or leaving the National
Cl)ib. A tcnrpoiaiy, viotpry4 over
ri the police was ignalt.ed by tho
rioteis singing "Rule Biiltania.''
f, A serious disturbance look place
a in the vicinity of 'Tottenham Com t
Road, London, about midnight,
May 1). Some dcspciadoes had
forced their way Into the European
H Club, and, when ejected, laised u
cry outside that they had been swin
dled and assaulted in the clubhouse.
A mob of loughs quickly collected
and smashed in the windows of tho
building. Tho building was soon
taken in charge-' by a force of police,
who failing to find the alleged gamb
lers, Jumped to the conclusion that
they had csenped to n neighboring
ftoc'inl democratic club. Thlthei they
hastened and buist their way In.
While the police weic searching tho
upper flnorn of this building tho mob
smashed in lllo windows below and
looted tho refreshment quarters In
tho basement, taking liquors and
cigais, overcoats and umbrellas, be
longing to the members of tho club.
A free fight ensued between tho
clubmen, among whom were Socia
lists of all nationalities. Many of
the members wcto badly injured,
and fifty of them wcie arrested.
All but six of them weic liberated
upon aunlgnmcnt next morning,
after h.iTing their wounds dressed
Tho six detained weic to bo charged
with hindering thq, police in the dh
chaigc of duty.
Australians arc fiercely agitated
ocr the annexation of a portion of
New Guinea by Germany and tho
pollution of any of the .Australasian
islands by criminals sent there by
the British Government. A meeting
of 3,000 citizens in Melbourne ou
the, 10th, January vigorously assci ted
the doctrine of Australasia for the
Australasians. At Ballaral, an as
sembly of neaily 4,000 condemned
Lord Derby for his indifference to
the wishes and necessity of Austra
lia. Similar meetings, were hold in
other places. At Uoscdalc, Victoria,
the' popular indignation culminated
in burning Lord Derby in clllgy.
Everything is faster in this coun
tiy.j In England they say a man
stands for Parliament, 'fn this, conn
tiy they say he i mis forCongiess.
Arkamuio Travel lei:
Tiie Georgia papers claim that not
an editor or pijnter of that State is
in a lunatic asylum, but wo notice
that they keep mighty quiet 'about
the almshouses. Pitfu. Calf.
Aibecr-diinkcr is more liable to
disease, and more difficult 'to cuic
of a biuisc, scratch or cut, than a
cold-water, drinker. . i ,
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rnilK STOKE lately ocquijied by
X Samuel Nott, in Campbell's Block,
on Tort Street . Apply lo
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. P. Dillingham!
Honolulu, April 1, 1S85. 085 tf
'rUIi: HOUSE and premises silnatdd
X in Nuuanu V&llcy, opposite the
Royal Mausoleum, belonging to anil
l ecently occupied by Samuel Nott. For
pailicu'lau, apply to
L. A. THUI&TON, '
S3 Merchant St.
Honolulu, Muicli 31, 1S3G. 983'tf
Push, at 5 Cents Each.
Every Morning at 11 O'clock
Steam Candy factory and Bakery, 71
Hotel bt., Telephone No'. 71.
The Matchless Metal Polish
Best Made Has no Equal.
Give it ono trial on' Tarnished Metals
and he1 Convinced;
It is u vegetable polish and warranted
ficcfroiu Acids, Poisons or Gritty sub
stances, and is Superior to anything of
Iho kind heretofore offered to the public
for cleaning and polishing Metal Signs,
Railings, Show Cascb, Harness Mount
ing", liaiul Instruments, Brass or Metal
Lamp1-, Kiibcut, Stair Roda, Locomotive
Headlight", Gun Baucis, Brass,, Copper,
Silverwaie, Nickel, Tinware, Zinc, Stee),
AND ALL METALS.
,11 in cspucnilly adapted, 'to Marine,
liaiboad, Stationaiy and The Engine
Winks (hot or colli), and being frco
from uelds or grit, will not injuie
journals, bearings, the black lettering
on metal pigns, harness leather, or scratch
the finest polished surface.
Tho cleanest and bot Polish for
Ladles to use for Household mid Kitch
en utc. It is put up neatly and convenf
cntly to, suit all, iu 4, 8 and 10 o. , anl'
Ilvo pound boxes, and Cvery box guaran
teed perfect. ( i t
Xrles, 3Ro, BOe, 7Bo & k.
'bUo fiom its unequalled prilishlng
qualities, its strongest claim' on tho pub
lie favor rests in Its absolute puiity and
rlcimliiicsa, being a clean, creamy paste,
easly and conveniently applied. For
Side at- - . o '
MCLEAN'S CIGAR STORE,
78 Hotel St., Astor House.
SYL. .T. CARTY, Sole Agent for Haw
aiian Islands. 4013
A PURE, WHOLESOME, RE
FRESH INQ, HEALTHFUL
Accoiding lo tho highest awl best medi
Manufaetoty, ; i ; No. 13 Llllha Oi
P. O. Box, 370. Telephone, 281
JA11 orders receive prompt atteatlon.
liUlULBJU"HJiaiLLL'.LJ ' IflWl.LgU'HJLl'JLJ!!'
AN ALARMING DISEASE AFFLICTING
A NUMtKOUS GLASS.
The dlscrxpo commences ttith a Might
derangement of the stomach, but, If
neglected, 11 In Ibno IiivoHpm tho whole
frame, cmbrnolup the Uhlnoyt, liver,
iianenaH, ami, In I net. tho entire glandu.
Iiir pyfitiin, ami Ihoaillictcd drags out a
lnlxorahlc rxlstonto until death glvfcs
relief from uilVcrhg. The disease h
often UiWtitkea for other coitiplaints;
but If the reader will asked himself the
following questions, he will bo able to
determine whether ho himself is ono of
allllctcd: Have 1 distress, pain, or dilll.
culty in breathing after eating? Is thcrfe
a dull, heavy fcullni; attended bydrow
blucss? Itnvo tlie eyes a jellow tinge?
Uoca a thick,, hllcky, mucous, gather
abolit Iho gums and tbeth Hi tho morn
bigs, accompanied by a tlishgteeilblc
tiulov Is tho tonguo contctlt Ii there
painsi In tho tide and ba.uk? Is tlicro a
luluess about tho right pldu as if the
liver were enlarging? Ii there' costive
ness? Is there vertigd Or dizziness when
rUinc suddenly from horizontal posii
tlon? Are tho secretions from the kid
neys scanty and highly coloured, with a
deposit aftei1 standing? 'Does food fer
inent, soon after eating, accompanied by
flatulence or a belching of 'gas from the
stomach? Is' there frciiucnpulpliatlon
of the heart? These various symptoms
may not be present at one Mine, buMhcy
torment the biitlcrcr in tuin a tho dread
ftil disease progresses If. tjio caso ho
ono of longifinnuing, there wll be a dry,
linekiiig cough, attended after a time, by
expectoration. Ml verj' ntlrnnccd'stugcs
the Dkliriilunb-i it illrty brownish up
pc.uauce, and the hands and feet aic
covuod by u cold, sticky pcisplratipu.
As the, liver and kidneys. become more
and' nioie ill-'eastd, rhcimntlc'palti,sap.
near, and the itiual treatment' move in-
tiiely unavailing against thib latter ago
idzlng disbrdOr. Tlionigln of pilo.untla
quantity oT. tho piopoi mcdiclVic will
lcnltfve tlie disease If taken in IH lnH.
lllonuv. U it ifioM imponant. lliht the
ldiseascillould beiplomiliy null properly
trpnted In its first slajgisvvnen a itue
uiulieino will cil'u'l ,v ' uio and even
When it hiis'bbUined iiblrong "Hold 'the
-..it I !.!.. .''.Kflltl 111. ?l,imli im
i;uiii.i;i ii:iiii:utv piiuuhi uu i;irv:(.ij- iu.
uuill uv cry v'cbtige uot the' dlboace,is
eiudiealcil, until tho appcUtohiMri-'
unned, anaiuemge3iie.oigans resioreu
to a healthy condition. The surcs-t and
mot effectual topiW to( tlJlVdiftrcsslnR
complniuU is "tjuigelN UuiutivcSyrup,"
S eg"eiaDlU pr'epai-iition old by all
ChemlstsantHMediLine' Vendors through-
'out the wotltl, and by tut; .proprietors, A.
J. White Liuiltul, 17,.Paiingdou Road,
London, . C. Tills Syi up strikes at the
'very' foundation of the disease, and
drives it, loot and ibranbh1, out of Ihe
Market 'Place, Pocklingtoh, York,
' i October 2nd, 1882.
Sir, Being a sufferer for yearsiwlth
dyspepsia jn 11 Jts worst, lorras, and
after, spending pounds m 'medicines, I
was' ,111 last' persuaded td try Mother
Soigel's 'Curative Syrup, audamithank
ful to say have derivQdmore benefit from
it,thanany othermedicino I ever, took,
and would adyisc auy ouo'sufferinK.from
tUo'samc'complaint to give it'll trial, the
Tesult3 they wriuld' soon find out for
themselves. If you llko to make use of
this testimonial ypu arc quite at liberty
to do 'so. , . r ,, ...
Yours respcclfiilly, 10
(Signed) R. Tuikk.
(Scigel,s Operating Pills' are the best
family' physic that' has' eVer been discovered.-
Th'cy cleanse the' bowels
from all irritating biibstancds, and leave
them m a healthy condition. They cure
1 f ill Uk
i r . .
Hensingham, Whitehaven, Out. 10th, '82.
Mr. A. J. (,White,. Dear Sir, T was
for some time atHicteo witli pile and
was advised to give Mother Seigel's
Syrup a trial,whieh 1 did.i .1 aininovv
happy; to stpto that it has restored. me to
complete health. J. remain, yours (re.
speetfully, (Signed) ,
JoiIk H. EioiitVoot.
15th August, 1883.
St. Mfiry-strcelltpet'cVboi btigli;0
t .November.SQth; 188). f
after a few dosos Ofi'lha SViutx.il found
lelief, and alter taking two bottles of
it I fell quite cured.
" ' I am Sir, fours' truly,
Mr. A. J . White. ' Willi Air Bkent.
ltxi U!r V u'.nllnlnt.llvn.i'll.alVI.
' Henry Hilller, of Yatesbiirg, Wills, in '
fnrmQ ma flint lio oiiffftMil'ffnm -l envtrn .
formiof indicefatlbn fomn-Wards oMour
ycapp, aiidtoojc.jrjo end pf doctor's medi-
dcclares'Moth.br S, eigel's Byrnrl'whicli he
'ght from'melia's savcd'hislifo. '
i i .Yours truly, " n
(Signed) N. Won,
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Mr. White." ' ' Olfomlst,'' Ualne,
. September 8th; 1888.
pear Sir, irilnd the sale. of Scigel's'
Syrup,steadlng incr.easlngi jAll vvvho jjave
tried t epeiik very highly ofdts raqdi-
cinal virtues'; 'one customer describes it
as a "Godsend 'to'dyspeptib people."1 I
always recoinm'e'nd it with iconttdonce.
, t Faithfully yours, i
- (Sijnedj, jVweioi Wills,
tl. , Cliemist-Dentlst,
To. Mr. A. J. Whhc! ' AifcrtliyrTydvil.
TreltonVSept. 31st 1883. .
My Dear Sir,-ii-Your Syrup and Pills
are still very.popular with my customers,
many saying thpy are the best family
medicines posslb'lo .
Tlie other day'a customer came for tvvov
bottle of Syrup and said "Mother
Selgcl" had saved tho ljfo of Ills wife,
and ho added, "one of fheso bottles I am
sending fifteen miles' away to a friendt
who is very ill. I have much faith in
The salo keeps up wonderfully, in fact,
ono would fancy almost that tho people
were beginning to breakfast, dinp, and'
sup on Mother Scjgel's Syrup, the demand
Is bo constant and the .satisfaction so
rrvnfit T nm ilnni Git irtitta Atlifitllir
ii giyes me grearpieasuro to in-
you, of the. ucneut I have rccclYcd
Seicel'ii"Svrub'. I ' ha've''bcen
To A. J, Wiifto, Esq. ' 067 y
EH. WOODWORTH, of Honolulu,
nml 1). T. Bnlley, of Maul, havo
this day formed a co partnership under
tho firm name of tho Crystal Soda
Works Uo. E. II. WOODWORTH,
1010 aw I) T. BAILEY.
- m i,m Akd. ,m i in
BY virtue Of a Writ bf cxeCutlou
issued out of the Supreme Court,
on tho 37th day of April, A. D. 18S5,
against Jauo S.'lleed Administratrix of
the Ejtate of W. II. Reed, deceased, de
fendant, in favor of M. S. Grlnbautn A
Co., plaintiff, for the sum of ?059.9J, I
haVo levied Upon and shall expose for
sale at the Old Custom Houso wharf, in
Houolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock
of FRIDAY, tho 20lh day of May, A.D.
18S5, to thb highest bidder, all the right,
title arid Intcicst of tho said .lane S.
ltccd, Almlnlstratrlx afornsaid, defen.
dant, in and to the. following pioporty,
unless. said. judgm,ctit, Interest, costs and
my expenses be lirdvlousiypald.
List of property fdr shle: Steamer
" Wi H. Rcedf .with all her tackle, ap.
parol and furniture.
JNO. II. SOPEIl, Maishal.
Honobllu, April 28th, 1885i 1011 td
.0 1 ! ,, Ji.:i jil. au. i.
II ' IV -
Pioneer Btht'cAiidy' factory fclJakery,!
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. i:sTAUi,iKiir., isoii.
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M inn faetuics all and.eveiy aitick-,iu
Confoctioijory and Piii-ny 'mil Hrtad
Unkery from thij l.e-t, 'anil puresl nialc.l
llalh, guaranteed fice from all
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'H.i,' aljaVt 'on h mil all'Mzi-.-child' Rich
'Hnilli:nkiifnhKil llunlitv hf Ji
' j l IlO. l t ) ' , I'll ui
wEndrtf &' dAKtegj
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EnjoyingaiHch eputatioji, of many,
.yearS, and re" ornamented, in any i
jtyle 'desired, and 'are sbld at the'
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Lowest Possible Prices'
I U J. .
Unequallcd'facilities and steam enables
me to, sell all articles manufactured at
myc Establishment Cheaper, than any,
other ni'this Line of Business. Vanilla,
ChocolateJ.Co'coamiU' hand made and
Mould Creams of all flavors at CO cents
RICH, lU CREAM ,CAKS,
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at G' cents e3cli. ' Mince a'nil Fruit
, Pies alwayou hand.
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Wre'a'nd Wlib'lesprri'e, BHead !
iv i ' ii iu r ei iic. jn .j
.Vicuna Rolls, FtmUy &.Graliam Bread
delyered toanyrpirt'of the city. The
largest and'most vailous Stock of Con.
'fectionefylcan be found at "' "
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c aiuain i-anuy, i-aciory ana uauery.
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iNo. 711 Hotel St, between fNuuanund
, , von ijtrqets, ,
P. O. Box.No. 76. Telephone No. 74.
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1 1 Kl, .'..If. ..
51 T; ' . . i
.iV'1 hi'". ' "'
..1 . ,1 1004 j ,
We takaplcasuraiin announcing to the I
i, puuuc mat, in aiiumoa to our
Pastry' and Confectionery Business,
i '" i Wo will open our i
Ice Cream Parlors !
Whiohdiaycbecn fitted, iip clogantly OO'
cqruing 10 our wane, on ,
TXJIVDAY, 4.3?JCIIX4 P5,tli.
uur vreuuii win ueiuniyoi supBiiori
quality, made of genulnei crfam. ,As
we IjiivCjjmadc .arrangements i with tho
Wobdlawn Da'iry'to supply usrfnly with
a first-class article from' Brimpferfwo
have had of' the? sattcjiJwe ard able to
guaranteo j 8tisf action j, i The following
iass,prtmcnts,pf Ice Creams andjShrbcis
we'vvlll keep lit our, opening, and many
more klndsMf trade i will1 jdstify 'it:- ,
YAN1LU, LEM0N,nCH0C0UTE, (?0FFEE,
STRAWBeBRV, PINEAPPLE and
0BANQE AND STRAWBERRY,,.
Piirtlcs 'supplied any day except'Sun
(lays. Thos.e wishing' Ico Cream for
Sundayimust deavo their' orders on Sa
turday, bofpre 9 p, m.,. .which w,lll be
dpUvcred before 10 a. m. Sunday. The
creams will bo packed $.0 that they w 111
ke'ep eight hours in ' flrst-clabs condi.
Hon. Hoplnffio gfctn sharq of.inubllc
patronage, aiio;ithan,kin tjiejiubllpufor
thqir liberal past favors, wo remain, res.
MELLEll & H4IiBE,i
1003 ly King, near Alakea St.
E. a. SCHUHA
'Carriage asid Wagon HVIaker,
King Street, roea? Lincoln's.
Kepalring, Blackstnllhlng and every description in tho Ciirringu and Wngon
Hue inantifnctiired. Kstitnateq nnd drawings furnished for nil Car
riage and "Wagon building. I have nlwo got up a new kind of Buggy
Cnit, which for ehcapucsj and practicability exceeds any cart ovor
brought to thia country,
WITH Olt "WITHOUT FOLDING TOP.
LiSrn v xT. J
e. o-. 03Es:tjm:.iv,
970 3in King Street, adjoining Geo. "W. Lincoln, Contractor and Builder.
Prank Gertz, 103 Fort Street,
I 'l HB www ii 1 1 ii nwwww 111. 4 Km
Has received1 by lte stchm&s a siilendid line of
fiooirs; sHte and saEPBsaa,
For Ladles, Gentlemen and Children.
Don't, Pass tslie Door.
970 ,Gm ' l
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
i -Or una OO Ilotol SStreot:,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED, PER MATUPOSA. Cibel'sEMract Beef.'Lie.
bigft Extract Beef, Day & Martin's' Shoe Blacking, Kingsford Washing
Starch, Bapplo's Raspberry Syiup, Crysple Drip, 1 gallon tin; do y, gallon
tins; Mackerel , boiled in Tpmatoe Sauce.iBatty Nabob Sauce, do Pickles.
Jars Spiced I&mbs' Tongiuis.'Cases.Pickle Roll, Kegs Holland Herrings, An-
unuvira in wu, uream v;necse, vjises saloon nipt uread, Uo Jleuium Bread,
Bird Seed, Kegs FamilyiButtcr; Dutch Sausages, Pohasco S"aucc, Pino Table
Raisins, Bottled Lemon Svruns. Curried Ovsters. .Tnrq Soused Pin-u' mVpi
Kegs Sousedics' Feet, do Gorman Pickles, do Anchovies, 8wis3 Cheese,
Germca, Hemp, Seed,1 Rape Seed, Bbls Salmon, Applet, Cain Drjcd Figs, do
Onions.' ..' .-.-- ...
SOMETHING NEWtOxfordiBrawn, do PigsFeot, ChorrlosJ Fresh Currants, do
Gooseberries, Pio Plant.cHorso Badish Roots, Eastern Apples in Tins, Jars
and Shells, nnd a full line of staple and fancy groceries. '
PRICES LOW". Goods guaranteed and delivered to.all part's of thc.city. Ficsh
' ' Island Butter always' on hand. ' " ' ' ' ' '
Island Orders'BOlicltcd.h ' . Telephone No. O. " O P. O. Box 237. r (702
Largo invoices of Goo'ds (of all descriptions) having been received by me, they
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WILL BE SOLD
Than the same quality of Goods can be purchased elsewhere 'in' Honolulu, and
satisfaction guaranteed. My stock consists of all kinds of AMERICAN,
ENGLISH AND SYDNEY MANUFACTURE,
111 -T fl I I . I 4.1 I '. '. U I - I. ' I ' I
Saddles, Belts, Pouche3Leggings, Saddle .Cloths, School Bags, &c., , , i
Bits, Spurs and Stirrups, &c, in Nickel and Silvef IPlaten-
The reputation oi my HOME-MADE HARNESS for superiority of workmanship
and material lcinains unchallenged during my six yoars' "residence here.
Thankful for'the generous patronage of tho past, its coritinuance'and increase in
the future is respe'etlully feolleited'ot the old stand.
880 3ml , ,i Corner of Fort nnd'King streets, Honolulu, H. I
, . Every Description of M PrintiiiE
' Executed with neatness and dispatch,
I i .AT THE
Baiiy'Vgulleiin St6am Printing Office,
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Bill Heau, i
, Brmfs , '
Ball Programs' "
Bills of Lading; j()
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I would beg lo notify the public in general that
I have opened n Carriage nnd Wngon shop on
King Street, at the old stand of M. J. Rose,
and lately occupied by Messrs. "Whitman &
"Wright, vvhci c 1 am prepared to do any kind
of Carriage and wagon work, in it first class,
. durable and practical manner. By close and
(prompt attention to business, satisfactoiy
low and reasonable charges, I hope to
some of the ptiblio patronage.
The Corner Harness- Store
Still to the Front !
AT LOWER' PRICES,
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