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MUSTER & CO.
INFORM THE PUBLIC
Tint tiey have nored Into Uielr
EW JLXD C0H3I0DI0US STORE,
la the lire Proo Estldinri
7TO.&9 MLIUASXT STREET,
Tfcxt doors below their old stand, where m y b f ossd
the snott complete assortment of
Drugs, Chenvcals & Toilet Articles
Ut THE CXTT.
JLaocc a lev of titir Epedattlea may be f ocsd t Foil
The Crown Goods
Perftunes. Soaps. Cosmetics,
Opaline Face Powder.
The OootW rrcclTrd the swird at the UU
fcytiMy xmbuios enr all tier competitor.
X-B G.E ASSOBTMENT
07 JOES GOSHELL'B
Hair and Tooth Brushes,
Cemclllncforthe Complexion and Teeth,
LUBIN'S AND PINAUD'S
Soaps Cosmetics and Pace Powder,
"Especially adapted to tbla climate.
A Full Lint of
Humphrey's Homeopathic Specifics,
Carbolic Add and Chloride of lime, for dials!
Agents for P. Lorillard & Co's Celebrated
Tobaccos, and Drawing Room
Tobacco and Cigarettes,
Buchanan & Lyle's Tobaccos,
Which wifcaie lately Introduced here, and which la
rapidly ro1nc into favor and demand.
WH. S. KlffiBALL & CO'S VANITY FAIR
TOBACCO ASD CIGARETTES.
WHch are so well known all oxer the world a to need
no comment from vs.
Good-win & Co's Old Judge
TOBACCO AM) C1CABETTE8.
ALWAYS IN DEMAND!
Amenr ocr One Honored brand, of CIQAES, we
would can ee peclal attention to the
The Favorite Bed Brand, Pedro Knrias,
The Fragrant Stump.
Thryalro continue to manufacture -
Soda Water in all its Branches
Together with their
THE "BIC COLLAR tf
COKXER KISU AXD FOKT STKEETS.
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER!
J'iatjSinglt and Doubt Buggy Harness,
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding'Bridles, Saddler, Whips
Cvrryoomhs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And erery Kecessary for Stable use at
BED EOCK PRICES FOE CASE.
t3f Repairing of every description done In the bea
possible manner, with the best materiala, at lowca
All Fork Guaranteed or Exchanged
LOOIt FOB TUB ItlM COLLATE I S6S
AT THE LOWEST
RECEIVED TEE LATE AEMVALS,
W. H. Wliiton, frcm ttewYcil.. City ct
THEbE GOODS ABE
And bought from FTUST HANDS FOB CASH,
tmc, or on usual terms to parties approved. We offer
Palace Water White High Test
Vulcan Water White
Lara OH. Castor Oil, KeJiteJFoot Oil, Cylinder
India Bubber Flat Packing. 1-1$, 1-8, 3-16, 4c:
Babbit Metal, Canal Barrows, Lace Leather.
Weston's Centnfngal Belting, a superior article
Bash Scythes end Enaiths, Oi Mule Cart
Heavy Garden Hoes, Lane's Planters' Hoes, Axe
LS, the old favorite and unexcelled Moline Steel
Eagle No. 20 Plows, Planet jr. Horse Hoe, a few
John Deere make QB Hose, 3-4. 1. 1 1-4, 1 1-2 and
Best Standard Weston's Centrifugal Lininps, 12
Baldwin Feed Cutters, Eagle Anvils, Spear &
Disston's celebrated Saws, all sizes ; Uachinsts'
Saxcharometcrs and Syrup Thermometers, Cot
Horse Shoes, Hone NaiU, Ftoishing Nafls.
A FULL LINE OF
ARRIVAL OF THE CHESHIRE
attention of bnyen to their
STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Cx "Cheshire," "Zoe," "Kale"
AXD OTIIEU LATE ABBIVAU,
Which they offer In lot to anlt. at the Lowest Market
Bales. WELL SELECTED addltiona haTe
been made to their Hnu of
Plantation Tools and Supplies,
(A fine assortment of toeka by Ball from K T).
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
BlockimWis, Carpenters, Cabin't Maker, Up-
hdUttrm, Machinist, Saddlers and
Ramus Maktrs, PainUrs.
House Furnishing Goods,
SILVER PLATED WARE.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Lampf . Lantern,. Carriage Lamps,
Lamp Fitting, Wicking, Chlmneya, etc
KEROSENE OIL, 160 TEST,
(Of the Best Braxds).
PAINTS, OIL, TURPENTINE. PUTTY,
VALENTINES celebrated Vsrnlshes.
Brushes In erery variety and for all purposes.
ONE SUPERIOR WOOD TURKING LATHE
Stocks and Dies of latest improved patterns,
Douglas Stand and Suction Pomps.
llay and Fodder Cotter,. Empire Portable Forces,
Platform and Counter IScale,
Spring Balances, 25 to 300 pounds.
Cut and Wrought Hails, Boat Hails, Tacks,
Horae and Mule Shoe,
"Globe" and Putnan Horse Kails.
Hone and Mule Uamca, W hlffletieet ,
Carbollied and Standard Hose, Sand 4 ply,
lloae Conplinjrs, Hose Pipe. Lawn Sprinklers,
"Philadelphia" and President" Lan Mowera,
Brooma. Step Ladder,. 4 to 12 feet,
Eureka" and Unlrcrtal" Clothea Wringers,
Galvaniied Buckets, Tubs and Basins,
Sailor Pans. Saucepan. Fry Pan. Rat Trap.
Charcoal. Slileid and Tailor lrona, bad Irons,
Tinned Iron Spoons and Forks,
Sllrer Med Spoons and Forks,
Cuanipatrnr Corktcuw. Coffee Mills,
Boston Card and California Matcbea.
Toilet and Laundry Soap.
tueen,Crown." 'Palace" "Sideboard," "Zero"
Jennings" nd Hygienic Water Filters and Coolera,
Ice Cream Freezers,
Gnns, Gun Mpples and Mpple Keys, Ponder,
Shot and Caps,
Plows ! Plows ! Plows !
All sizes made to order, extra strnnz. br the Mollne
Plow Co , suitable for Sugar and Rice Plantations,
Grub Breakera, Boston Clipper.
Paris Improved Steel Plona, Gilpin Salkey Plows,
OX CHAINS, OX YORES. OXBOWS,
Tonsail Chains. Trace Chain. Swivels.
Fence Wire, Barbed Wire (Palnitd and Galranlitd),
Galvanized and Black Staplea,
Fence Wire Stretchers,
Superior Hemp Packing;,
Jnte and Cotton Twine, Bagging Twine,
Shovels, Spades & Scoops,
Extra quality, made to order.
Hoes "Crescent" Rice. Cane and Garden,
. Superfine Sash Cord.
Wire Sash Cord, Sash Weights,
Blacksmiths' and Hand Bellows
Peter Wright's Anvils, 100 to BOO pounds.
Vises Hand and Bench, Caulking Irons,
Carriage and Cart Axlea and Springs,
Tuyere Irons. Machine. Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Bolt Ends. Nats and Washers,
Best English and American File.
Cordage Manila and Sisal, from 1-2 in. up
Leather Belting and Belt Lacings,
Pure Lubricating Otis and Compounds,
Lubricating Cups of most approved patterns,
Standard Axle Urease, Glue, ic. ic, c
The Bain Wagon,
The D.ivia Iron Wapnn,
Hallidie's Barbed Wire,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Hallidie's P.itent Wire Hope,
Avenll's Mixed PninU,
Albany Cylinder Oil,
Continental Oil and Trunnpnrtatitin Co ,
California Wire Works.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
fca s Port Mrrrt, Honolulu.
OF iSiEW COCDS
ArSD TO ABKIVE TEIS
Madrid sr.d City of him, frcm England
Stores and Families
trnd will be told for CASH, with best dUconnl on
on hand and to arrive,
Above Standard Kerosene Oil,
Oil, Flax Btcam Packinc,
Asbestos Steam Packing, Asbestos Boiler Coverinc
Leather Belting, 3, 4. 6, 8, 10 and 12 inch ;
; Dimton's Cane Knives,
Axlct, Male Collars and Harccs, Mule Shoes, .
and Pick Mattocks, Paris Brcalinp Plows,
Broalrine Plow, X0 and XI Steel Horse Plmrn
MOLINE GANG PLOWS,
2 inch ;
and 14 inch, best quality ; Portable Forres
Jackson's ; Disston & Stubhc' Assorted FUes. '
Masons' and Blacksmiths' Hammers.
Nails, all sizes : Cut Spikes, Wroupht Nails.
Locks, Butts, Screws, Hinges. Auger Bits, Chisels, Saws, Braces, Bolts, Catches dc.
Machine and Carriage Bolts, best manufacture ; Smooth, Jack and Jointer Planes,
Plows and Mntoh Planes. A Foil Line of
Paints aud (Jifs of the Best tnglish and American L'rands
STAPLE GOODS, SUCH AS-
P?517 no' Ha,n- Co Starch, Japan, Comet ana
Cube Sugar, Hawaiian Sugars, Corn
; and Peas, Condensed Milk. Corned rS rv.mS,.'
Sjrdfaes, Oxford Sausacei; McMurray's Ovsters, Sschsi SokoJ
. t?" Washing Soaps, and EasteS braids?
Hana, Com Meal, ATena, Graham Flour, 4c, Ac, At '
The Geo. P. Blahe Mfg. Co's Steun Feed Irrigating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals,
Wbodtvard & Xroicn's CdArated Pianos,
Hew Haven Organ Co. Parior Organs
WoUtbvrn&lIoenllg. Co. Barled Wire, the Best Barbed Wire manufactures
Portland Cement, Sugar Bags, OaisandB.an, California Bay,
t7oIsKo Biver Salmon, bUs. and hf. Ills., Salmon Bellies in Kils. yery Fine.
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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1881.
KING KALAKATIA'8 T0UB.
A TALK WITH HIS
How the Monarch has cajoyed Ma Trip
around the World-The Countries he has
Visited and Received-Herer
he -Brill trpend his time la the United
William N. Attorney-General of
the Kingdom of Hawaii, arrived yesterday on
tlie steamer Germanic, after a tonr sronnd the
world with Kinjj; Kalakiua. His father was
an American missionary to tho and
Mr. Armstrong; was born there. According to
the custom of tho American residents of the
kingdom, his father sent him to this country
to be educated. Ho was a graduate at Yale
College and was admitted to the bar in this
country. For twenty-five years he practised
his profession here, and be also did some
ncwspaticr work. About a year and a half
ago King Kalakana offered Mr. Armstrong
the position of Attorney-General, which he
accepted. In appearance the Attorney-General
is thoroughly American. He is of medium
height and is stout. His face is full, his complexion
is florid, and bis hair is tinged with
Mr. 'Armstrong said that ho was given by
the King a commission as Minister of SLtte, so
tliat be could meet on equal social standing
the nobility of the different countries which the
King visited. The other persons who accompanied
the King were Colonel Judd, Chamberlain
to the King, and Colonel Macfarlane, a
staff officer, who joined the King in England
"The King had no special object in -making
a tour around the world," said Mr. Armstrong,
"beyond desire to see foreign countries
about which he had read a great deal, and to
observe their manners and customs. Many
foreign ships and trailers come to onr country,
and tbo King constantly has met citizens
of countries atout which he had no personal
" Was an effort made to encourage emigration
to your country I"
" Before starting I was directed by the
Government to examine the emigrants of the
various countries through wide, we passed,
to see if we could get a desirable class of
foreigners to work on sugar plantations I
found it difficult to get good emigrants who
would be snifable to out tropical climate The
Northern races cannot work in our tempera-'
ture. We do not want lo encourage emigration
unless it will benefit the country. Wo
could gel plenty of Chinese emigrants, but we
have more Chinatuen now than we want. They
have flocked to our shores in large mimberc,
tut they leave their wives behind. Wo could
lme secured Indian and Hindoo emigrants,
but we found that the class of people who
emigrate from theso countries is the very
lowest. They aro interior to tho Chinese, and
therefore " nndesimble. We found the
emigrants an uticotnenly'good lot nf
people. They are industrious, physically
lieallhy, and well adapted to the work in our
climate. We can Hupply our immediate wants
for labor for some time to come9 from the
" How many emigrants do you need ?"
"Probably in two ejrs we shall want from
fite to ten thousand."
" What inducements does the country offer
" Wo set them to work on sugar plantations,
and uivo them t'8 a month and llmir board and
lodging. They have to make a contract to
work for from three to five years, and then
they become free. They can either remain in
the country or go back to their native places ?"
"Was the trip arranged for the purpose of
increaniiig diplomatic relations with foreigu
" No, that waB not an object of the tour.
But while in Japan we instituted u treaty
(which has been completed) by which wo have
abolished consular jurisdiction in the Empire
We have diplomatic relations with all European
countries, but to a larger extent they are
" Will yon give a short account of the tonr
what en nlries you visited, and how you
'The King and his suite started January
20, 1831. lie went to San Francisco, w here
he staid one w eek, and then sailed for Japan,
where he remained ten days as the guet of
the Emperor. The entertainment wus really
magnificent, and no expense was spared to
make the visit pleasant. The King was received
by the military and navy, a palaco was
put at his disposal, officers from the Department
of Foreign Affairs attended him in the
palace, aud a guard of honor was alpo placed
there. He exchanged visits with the Emperor
and Empress. A State dinner was given in
his honor by the Emperor. During our stay
of ten days in Tnkio. ever.) thine was done to
m:.ke the visit agrcable. From there we went
to Kobe, in Japan, and to Kioto, where the
Governors of the provinces entertained the
'King. Japanese officials attended him to
Nagasaki, where they left him on the borders
of the Empire. A Government 'ship was
placed at his disposal to sail tt Shanghai. 1
must add that the courtesy shown the King
was -attributable in great degree to the kindness
of John A. Bingham, tho American
Minister to Japan. It was duo lo I ini that
prepaintior.a were made by the Government to
receive the King. We have no diplomatic
representative in Japan; only a consul.
"The King next went to Shanghai, where
he stayed threo days. We were received by
Chinese officers. We were also welcomed by
Viceroy of the Province of Chi
Li find the general commanding the Chinese
armies, reputed to be the first citizen of the
Empire. We next visited Hong Kong, remaining
five days and were the guests of the
colonial authorities. King Kalaknua being a
Mason, and having reached the thirty-third
degree, ho was handsomely entertained by the.
Masonic fiaten.ity From there we went to
Siam, ana were cordially received by the King
and made his guests for six days. We were in
Singapnro three days, and during that timo
the King visited the Kingdom of Jnlior.
Calcutta was the next stopping placo, Wo
passed through India very rapidly and went
to Suez, wheru the King was received by an
embassy from tho Khedive of Egypt. He was
taken to Cairo and was the guest of the Khedive
for a week. At Alexandria he dined with
the Khedive aud attended a ball given in his
"From Alexandria we crossed the Mediterranean
to Nuples, wheru we were met by the
Kitig and Queen of Italy aud remained two
days. Borne was the next place visited. The
Kite had a private audiance with the Pope.
Tho conversation was plcaBant and friendly,
but' it had no political or religious bearing.
The King was anxious to see the Pope, because
one-third of his subjects are lionian Catholics.
Wc were all struck with the intimate knowledge
which tho Pope and Cardinals possessed
about Polynesia and our own islauds. Wo remained
in Borne two days.
" From Bonce we started directly for England,
where tho King remained for eighteen
days and waa made the guest of the Queen.
He received a great deal of attention from her
Royal Majesty, from the Royal family, and
from the nobility. In Brussels wo staid three
days, and the King exchanged visits with
King Leopold, and inspected the battle Geld
of Waterloo. Berlin was then visited, and we
were entertained by the Royal family, the
Emeror being absent. Tho military was
exhibited to us during onr visit of five daya
In Vienna wo did not meet the Emperor, as
he was absent, but he sent aides-de-camp tu
attend the King We were in Vienna three
tlajs, and then we left it for Paris, where we
also stayed three days. The President of the
Republic was absent, but he directed that attention
be shown the King. Wc went then to
Lisbon by way of Madrid, -and were made the
guests of the King of Portugal for four days.
The King received a State dinner and attended
a bull fight. We returned to Madrid for two
days, and made a second to Paris for two
days more, London was again visited for three
days, and then the King started for Scotland.
I left him at Liverpool. He was to have had
a reception in Glasgow on September '10, and
waa to be in Liverpool this evening. To-morrow
a banquet will be given him by the Mayor
of Liverpool, and on Tuesday be sails for this
city on the steamer Celtic"
" What aro hia plan for this country?"
"He will stay two weeks in the Eastern
States, and then go Kentucky and
San Francisco. On October 32 he vrUl sail
iron. San Francisco for his Kingdom."
" So w long will ho remain in this city ?"
"About four or hvo days.
"How will he spend his timo?"
"Well, he has a great many friends hero
whom he want vto meet. Then he will go
"Have any preparetions been made to receive
him here f"
" I do not know of any, but I think that .ha
wanta to travel here incognito on account of
the dangerous of your President. He
heard of the assassination in Paris, and waa
much affected by the sad news.1
"Did the King receive many decorations
while he was away?"
"Yes. He received decorations m every
country. I cannot recall them all. In Japan,
Egypt, Portugal, Siam and Belgium decorations
were bestowed on tho King and his
snite on the one hand, andtlie King conferred
the decorations of his own country in return.
The Queen of England conferred on him the
grand cross of St. Gcorgo and St. Michael, and
he bestowed on her the grand cross of the
Order of Knmeh niaha and also the grand
cmsa of tho Order of Kalakaua. The King
waa much surprised at the grandeur, power and
wealth of Ergland, but he was most pleased
with the great display that was made over him
Get your Pianos Timed
Who has last arrived from San Francisco.
TOOB ORDERS AT
CT23 86 and 68 Fort Sl eet.
W. DE FRIES.
WILL ATTEND TO ALL
SICK OR IKJUBEDJQHSES & CATTLE.
Office and Stalls at Hawaiian Hotel Stables.
Orders left at O. West's Shoeing Shop
will be attended to.
Bxrxaa nr rzustssinir to
C. T. Onllck, H. J. Aenew F. A. Harndeu. P. Opf ertrelt,
Levers & Cooke, Hen. Simon Kail, Geo. P. Castle, II.
orders from the other Islands promptly attended
Contractor and Builder.
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lteldeucc, "lo. 23 .Unites Street.
Estimates furnished at short notice, and work done In
the best manner. S3t
J. & C.LANE'S
BETHEL NEATt KI.NU.
Tablets, Marble Mantels,
Washstand Tops, and
Tiling in Black and White Marble.
MARBLE WORK OFEVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE BATES.
Monuments aud Jlemlatoucs Cleaned and
Orders from tho other Islands promptly attended to.
WATER PIPES !
IX WANT OF OAI.TAHIZRD
llplugtoUy on from the new Mains, will do well
to give the aodsrsurned a call. We hare
60,000 Feet of Galvanized Pip-
On hand, J cut Received ex
and can oTer It at
THE LOWEST POSSIBLE FIGURES
ny the Mprro Castle." Justat band, ire bave received
a fall aUne.ot
HOUSE PLUMBING MATERIALS
Earth Closets, Cast Iron Sinks,
Enameled Cist Iron WaBhxIands,
Marble tops and Basins fnrWashstands,
with Corks and Chains for same,
Hose Bibb Cocks,
Sowit and Sink Traps, Urinals,
Kitchen Slop Sinks, Sink Plugs,
. Light Cast iron Soil Pipe, 2, 3 & 4 inch.
All Vork in the Above Line
Will be attended In with dispatch Also, Jest
at hand, a new lot of
UNCLE. SAM RANGE,
Three Jlfferent style, of four sizes each. Also,
Opera, May, Quartette and Ting Hon
Together with tba
Cotton Plant, Sunny South!
Magna Charta, Osceola,
Demand, Buck's and
Charter Oak Stoves.
SUPERIOR FRENTOH RANGES,
For Prlrate Famllln. or flctela.
Ships' and Schooners' Cabooses,
Laundry Stoves, Kerosene Stoves
IF YOU ABK IN NEED OF
ANYTHING IN THE ABOVE LINE!
CO OB SEKD VO
1ST O T T'S .
N.B iBorderlnc'Stovtathronihthe man. and
the roatterof choice Uns, please aiate limit, and the
Dombr of people yon wish to cook for.
llonolnln. Jnne IS. me
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
JNO. M. LAWXOR at CO., Prcrfzitrtors,
nOTKL STREET. HOSOLTJLU.
Entrances on Bout, Richards, and Beretanla Streets
FIRST-CLASS IH EVERY RESPECT.
"Prices the tame as FlrsVCtxas Hotels laSaaFraaclace.
Importers and Dealers in
BUILDING MATERIALS !
or ALL KIXDS.
LATE ARRIVALS i
URGE AND CARGOES
ALL 1EE USUAL S10CE SIZES
TIHBEB, PLAHK, B0ABD8,
PENCINO ASD PICKETS
A Most Complete Stock of
V FINE ASSORTMENT OF WALL PAPER
BOLTS. SCEEWS. Etc
Scantling; Plank, surface and roogh
Boards, surfaced arid rnngh ; Battens,
Pickets, Rustic, L ittice, Clapboard.
Paint and Whitewash Brushes,
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS!.
DOORS SASH BLINDS
Of Eastern and California Mako.
FOR SALE IX QUiNTITIES TO SCIT
A. M. MELI IS
DRESS AND FAfXY GOODS
Will be on Esiibition
AS FOLLOWS l
Alpacas, Black and Colored ;
Xiinens, White, Brown and FigDrcd ;
Fissues, White, Brown and Ecrn ;
Ribbons, "Velvet, jk, Batin & Brocaded
Edgings and Insertions, Laces,
Damask, Red, White, Green and Tellorr
Merinos in all Colors,
OrnamentBof the Latest Styles,
Silks and SatinF, Plain and Brocaded ;
Embroidery, Silk, Linen and Cotton ;
Shirts, Whito and Colored ;
Mitts Black and Colored, for Ladies and
JJmbroidertd Handkerchiefs, -
Xi-ice Ties and Shawls,
Silk Fringes and Bntions.
AS I AM NOW CONSTAJ.TLY BECE1TISO
Tlie Latest Styles
BY EVEBT ATtBIYAL,
I Ask the Public to GJto Me a Trial
BEFOEE 00150 ELSEW1IEEE.
A. M. MELLIS,
101 Tort St. BrtTKrer's Block, Honolulu, B.
Cflvcrii Boilers, Steasi Pipes
Saves 25 per Cent, of
SEDUCED TO $7.50 BBL.
Stasia . Acnt.
W xttj desirable residence No. 1 Ktraana
Arenac conUlnlntj eljfct roomi. M W";hjtrr &'
" mtti Mtrfaniist.
33 .a. mei
CHARLES J. FISHEIS,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
The Largest Music Store
Wuber Pianos, Decker Pianos, Fisher Pianos, Mathesheik Pianos
Ea"V3ry J. 333. 2TlO Q-23. 3F 1 &. 23. O .
TVo can and WILL SELL MUCH CHEAPER than any one can boy the same instrument la
San Francisco. We keep constantly in stock most of the LEADING LINES, and POSITIVELY
ASSERT that we will sell you a Piano so that you will SAVU from $50 to 5150 by purchasing
of us. If you have a Poor, Cheap, or Old Worn Out Piano, nail this
EXTRAORDINARY OFFER !
ox-id :iw 33355 Tsrsrsjv 1
NINETY DAYS OFFER ONLY.
We will during the next ninety days EXCHANGE NEW PIANOS FOB OLD PIANOS 1
atjd allow much mqre than they aro worth lor them, while wo will sell tho new piano
AT THE VERY LOWEST CASH PRICE.
We offer Mason & Hamlin's well-known and justly celebrated mike at $100 to $-150. Tho
Estey Organ, it will be almoet unnecessary to speak of, as all lovers of organ music sra so well
aware of its excellence. This grand instrument we offer for S125 up to"$050.
We further add a list of Jluiical Instruments, with the lowest quotation of prices, and w
will guarantee to carry out our customers' orders with care, tasto and judgment, asd with th
same regard to economy as if Ibey were present. -
Guitars $12 00 to $75 00
Banjo 10 00 to '50 00
Violins 5 00 to 30 00
Concertinas 3 00 to 30 00
Accordeons - 1 00 to 18 00
Flutes 2 50 to 15 00
YIOLIN ATTACHMENTS :
Violin Bows, Boxes, Besin, Keys, Bridges, Finger Boards, Tail Pieces, Mutes, and tho Finest
GUIT4T. AND BANJO ATTACHMENTS :
Patent Screw Heads, Keys, Pegs, and the Finest Imported String!.;
Seeds for Clarionets, Drum, Tambourine and Banjo Heads.
Pianos, Organs, and all kinds of Musical Instruments
Tuned and Bepaired by a First-Class Workman.
the i:w ameimcaFsewim maohim;
(Recently improved) stands on its own merits. More than $15,000 worth of these machines
have been sold here within the past three years. For family use they are unsurpassed.
A FULL LINE OF
F-I-R. 3?TTE?. JXTIM11 (LI
CONSTANTI.Y ON HAND,
.nd at Grreatly "Reduced. Prices !
Having purchased these Goods at EXTRAORDINARILY LOW FIGURES for spot cash
we give onr customers the benefit.
B&- FURNITURE PARLORS at 101J4 Fort Streor, MUS10 STORE wid SALES ROOM,
06 and 68 Fort Street,
Tlie Latest T 37 3L 13. tti ;g23.!
We have Juit received a large invoice of the
SPRINGFIEL.D SEWING MACHINE!
Thists the most important of all the wonderfnl achievements of mechanical inventions to
any ono who has any sewing to do, for the following reasons : The SpriugSeld Sewing Machinsj
is made np of thi good points of many machines combined lo one.
Orders from the other Islauds filled with dispatch. - .... .
GEO. F. WELLS.
Honolulu. June V1
THOS. G. THRUM'S
FORT STREET STORE.
A flne asst. of Windsor fc Tfenton'a
OIX AND WATER COLORS
Brushes, asrorted sizes ; Palettes,
KnlTea, Oil Cope, Ink Slabs,
liquid Gold, Artists' Drrinz Oil,
Gold and SilTer Shells and Sanoen,
Picture Mastic, Prepared Canvas,
Windsor t Newton's Water Colors fat boxes,
Wooden Plates, several sizea
Whits Wood Fans, asst'd sizes and shaped ;
Black Cardboard Panels, various sizes.
Fine Fapeterles and Queen Anne Stationery
Visiting Cards, Diaries, Bank Books,
Miscellnnebox and Presentation Books,
Maps of the Hawaiian Islands'!
Letter and Not Papers,
(WIUi of this characteristic enjraTed
to order by the Co, S. TJ to b hid
Is quantities to salt.
Fresk Hoods, NoTelties
as4 New Books
ConUaUSOTjht for and added as they appear.
Special each mail. 867
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF t
go well a4JTtrj.Wr known In Jit
So. 81 ilsg
Street. Call U atrf eoalraansifM. -
e m 35r
Drums 9 1 OQtoSJS Q0
Tambourines 1 00 to 5 00
CorntU 15 00 to 60 00
Clarionets..... 25 00 to 50 00
Fifes 150 to 3 00
Triangles.... 1 20 to 2 CO
E. 0. HALL & SON
HAVING MADE EXTENSIVE
additions to their Store, and barls
recti red Ciooda by many lata antral from, dllnrql
parts of the world, woold
CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION
TO TUEIB DFLXXDID
Two car loads of which bars lately been retailed from
the Mollne Plow Coand compria
" TTnn Stool 2Pl0T7e"
IfOfc 5, , 7, 8, 9, 10, II, 12, asd It.
TTAT.T. FURROW PX.OW3,
Hall Furrow Flows,
Stool Side Hill Flows,
!Tot. 3, K sad It, lad tho U inch
The hundreds of the abore Plows now Is as la il
parts of the lalaoda wilt testify for themselra s to
SiSSSd, Wm E5na
STOVE8 AND RANGES
Of all sizes and many klada. Utaly rtethrtd and on
Hew Stove Eoom on Xing' Strwit,
Bay 8UU. FaUtra Cook. Model
Cook; 14 ly Dale, Gray JacVat, Telerrl Siaple Cook.
Crown. SOTTArraBfLillol and Starts. ASanl
New sopresa and Union Ban je of all sixes. Faet&c
Caboose, f nun No. 0 to So. Jj Ytmi Boilers. jn$
Iron Heaters. Parlor Franklins and Coal Oil Siores. all
alze. (Stare Csatlss and Fire Bricks constantly oat
ALSO JX STOCK
A GOOD OF OH!
Kerosens Oil Downer's aad Koondar.
Lard Oil lr barrela and cm.
Cylinder Oil la barrels sad cast.
VetVt Tecs Oil in barrela aad eases-,
Hahbock. Pal Bailed aad Haw Oil la barreJa
Besides all tho lies above menlfoaed. we tu ea,
hand a ttt fall stock and aescTtarat at ah Soo tba
w Tuva dealt la, aad roaay new ihlsse never k-H &e-