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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JANUARY 6, 1868.
ibfrilStllUMS. AT Jljl 5 fa' nan 0 -O N- aturday, January 7, 1888 If loiglvlosljr fiUpo.Hl oby Private.,, Sale. -:o.- PiiCIPI ailbertistnuiii s. 5,000 Worth of III U L-Z3 1 R. 33. W.ATSO,- iXTTTIT 1 TTT 1 TT I J. I 1 LT l VI I Y Tuner and Eenairer nf III t lull f f! n 1 J Bell Telephone. 0 .ye 0 0 Iyer ! y e 9 Br t 1 3r Orders addressed to the Post r ceive Immediate attention. Ic MAOFAELANE & cq. WHOLESALE DEALKUS iv, eral Jobbers in WINE? No. 12 I inn In i m an,, stre Honolulu. . .2fe-t FRANK GODFREY, General Business .u,. No. Si KING ST. 0 P. O. BOX 243 HCWn UUUlll;, copyist t ', filiiT Street, ELECTOR, P. O. Box 345. ;ienenl Bn8:M Ageit Frank Godfttv Our Grand Silver Gift Sale will Commence 0 1 o 1 J) ecemoer o. i 7 Houses Let, Lands Leased.' 81 Street ! I'- O. Kox 343. ' Frank fioilfpfivJw. t ' Leasea Drawn k.ius wireei, P. O. Box 345. Loans N ollected, Mortgages Obtained On Real Estate and x ersonal Property. Frank folk o:- 1 r dver't During thissalejevery customer purchasing the amount of SQ.50 worth will receive a H A N DS O MJE SItLSVEE PIE ESE 1ST T . GIVE ME A CALL. 84 KingJSt. 'D"rgTofete' NOTICE. -:o Iiook in Motel Street Window andO See the Fine Displav of Silver Ware. Established Over Thirtv Years -:o o- COMEANPVISIT OURSSTORE AND GET YOUR The above influential journal, which has long held the premier position in the city of Honolulu and throughout the Islands, -O- Thft Property Oomprisss the Right of Publishing and Good-will of the DAILY and WEEKLY Editions of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser Which enjoya an Extensive Circulation throughout the Group. A Valuable Plant io Perfect Working Order, Come and examine our new goods, and you will find our goods much newer and lower in price than elsewhere. :o: It ia our unalterable determination to have no recourse to misleading or misrepresentation. Our Advertisement truly represents the goods we offer for sale. The near approach of the Holidays, and overstock of goods, make it imperative that we make the most radical and sweeping changes in our prices, and we feel fully justified in publicly asserting that in the coming week our patrons can secure advantages in Fancy and Dry Goods, Millinery, Gent's Furnishing Goods, which have never been equalled in Honolulu. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW LOT OF 1 MANILA CIGARS, 5 Of the Best Assorted Brands in the Market, which we will sell at lamest Price, either lu lioml or Iufy Iail. Fresh Lots received by every Steamer. King St., Iiel. HaunnkeH iiihI Xkuhuii. Urn ll'm. G. Invk I & $ This INCLUDING ADHorizontalJEii gine, is the Lowest Cut in Prices Ever Attempted. 75doz. of ladies' fine fancy stripe HOSE, fast color, Regular Price 65 cents, marked Down to 25 cents. 37 doz. of Ladies' Black LISLE THREAD HOSE, Regular Price 75 cents, marked Down to 50cents. 120 doz. of Misses and Children's FANCY AND SOLID COLORED HOSE, Regular Price 37 1-2 and 40 cents, marked Down to 15 cents. 84 doz. of Gents' BALBRIGGAN SILK CLOCKED HOSE, Regular Price 40 to 50 cents marked Down to 25 cents. OFFER FOIl SALE. OKV GRANULATED In Barrels, Half Barrel, And 30-jiound Boxes. CUBE In Half Barrels And 25-pound Boxes POWDERED In 30-pound Boxes. GOLDEN C. COFFEE In Half Earre's TEAS Blue Mottled Soap IALMON Cases Corned Ueef. NeAvspaper, Book & Jobbing; Presses, d ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC. AN AMPLE ASSORTMENT OF NEWS ,'JOBBING nTYPES Of the most modern design, together with every requisite for a Well 0tl!rwcl t paper and Ji Printing Office Ilnthe shajKJ of Machines, Appliance and Materials. News The following'lots have beenmarked down toclose out : A Good Chance to Get Bargains of Good Goods. 63 doz. of Ladies' 3-button KID GLOVES, light shades, Regular price $1 25, marked Down to 50 cents. 73 doz. of Ladies' 4-button KID GLOVES, light shades, Regular price $1 50 marked Down to 65 cents. ' 2G doz.of Ladies'JO-button KID GLOVES, light shades, Regular price $3 50, marked Over 120 doz. of Ladies' FINE WHITE UNTRIMMED STRAW HATS, the latest styles Former prices, $1 50, 25, $1 00, We will mark these, goods down' down to ' THE JOB PRINTING OFFICE Is always in a state of activity and often affords employment to extra hands We Will over ana above the regular Staff. FIFTY CENTS EACH. Make deductions in Ail of Our Departments. GT Read Olir A (1 VPrf 1 oamnn . X 1 .... ViMCVUluu weeK, it will interest vou. rm IL O UR Cs Medium Bread. OIL FUEL and, LUBRICATING S LIME CEMENT Galvanized Iron Kooling, j HIDGMISTG SCKEWS and WASIIBKS. Sugar Bairs 22 x 3C. CONTRACTS (ARE ROW IN FORCE for tl.e printing of two Daily Ha 7aiian Newspapers. I Full particulars may be learned from WBAY TAIL0E, Seeretary, jelIj THE LEADING MILLINERY STOEE. Manila and Sisal, Panana Twine, Wlial IjD Reed V Felt Steam tfPe ! s GRASS SEEDS, f TllLL-TlMUEte' A TENTS .(soluble, f or Inxaua surveying pax ties , 22 r - i