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ion replied that, the l!ngtMh had been
treated hanhly, and, consequently, the
guvernincnt must suffer III! course
could not be altcral Went with Lord
George and Mr Simpson to sec the
king, Acted as spokesman, reiterated
the above and adJed "The king has
determined to hold Out no longer. Do
hat you like, take the islands, but, do
not orcp himto acts of injustice. It
would be cruel in the extreme, better
take all", etc. I-ord George replied,
that his demands were not unjust, he
acted on the best information and testi
mony I said " I know you think so,
but, I assure you that, such is not the
opinion of the government" The king
remarked that he did not think the
government had done throng That
he could not meet the demands of Mr
Simpson I said, "Wc must be heard.
Your information is incorrect, we appeal
to Great tlritain. Take the islands
we will et hasc justice." Lord George
replied he did not come to take the
islands 1 said, "You had better do it
than to pursue these subjects any
lurthcr in this manner." He, or Simpson,
said they could only net on n request
of the king and it must be in writing.
I said "Let all proceedings be stopped
let the government have time to reflect,
and Lthink they will come to the con
clusion that it is better for you to take
the islands than to go on any further.
But, they must have time. You drive
the king to distraction, and, I fear, he
will cede his islands to France, as he
has been invited to do." Simpson said,
he would not allow much delay Lord
George proposed two or three days;
Simpson said, "Not longer than to
morrow noon;" and if the cession was
not made, he should except the Doin
inis case to be tried on Saturday. I
observed that, the time was too short
for n jury case; he replied, on Monday
then, at the farthest. Vc went into
certain explanations I stated that,
having appointed ministers to the court
of Grtat Britain, these subjects ought
not to be pressed here. Simpson said
that Sir George Simpson would not be
acknowledged, that he was coining out
as governor, etc, I said, he was not
to be governor as I knew of. I asked
if England considered the islands as
belonging to her ? It was answered,
Yes they were under her protection.
Why then did they not interfere in the
case of La Place ? Simpson said, 1t
was owing to the inefficiency of the
cabinet They had an active one now
and would never suffer France to have
the islands etc I then wrote certain
terms of cession in pencil. Simpson
took, the paper and walked in the
veranda with Lord George, and, return
ing, said that would do. He would
make a copy with a very few verbal
I afterwards drew up another proviso
in pencil, which was struck off. I shall
send the originals and copies in dupli
cate. It was arranged that the council
should have an opportunity to consider
these things; and an answer be given to
morrow noon. Lord George and Mr.
Simpson left The king and Auhca
sat in astonishment and misery. Dis
cussed while in council, when 1 left
them to take some refreshment On
my return I found them anious to gain
more information. The cession to
France and the United States afforded
a ray of hotc; but, they foresaw, that
under those circumstances, they would
have this fury (Simpson) to deal with
until the French took possession, and
he would, doubtless, involve them in
more trouble, and their cause might
become too bad to admit of justification.
France is still acting a hostile part
towards them. Messrs. Charlton and
Simpson are their enemies, but, they
consider England their friend. To
England they look up with filial affec
tion. France is picking up a quarrel
with them now; and complaints are
now in existence which will make
more trouble. If the claims of Simp
ion ate allowed the laws will suffer,
tnd the nation be weakened so much
that France will leave them nothing
worth existence. England can defend
them from France. To cede the
islands to France would be to say that,
England had no right here, and might
be considered an act of treachery to
her, and involve the two governments
in war, It may be that the indepen
dence of the islands is acknowledged
already, or that France and the United
States, have formed a coalition; in that
case, the forcible possession of the
islands by England would annul the
arrangment, but, a cession for the time
being, would not.
In the evening, I went, by request
of the king for Lord George, who, to.
Bethcr with Mr. Simpson and Dr.
Settled a few points as to the course
Lord George would pursue, in case he
took possession. I informed him, we
should take every possible measure to
justify the conduct of the government,
nd endeavor to get back the islands,
and I required assurance that such
effotts would not be considered an act
of hostility to England, or to indivi
duals. Received such assurances.
It was agreed that a decision should
be made by t j o'clock on the .5th.,
and they went away After which, the
subject was again canvassed in council,
and the determination seemed to be,
to cede the islands to England, for the
time being, under proviso.
February jth. The king sent for
roc eatly in the morning, wished to
know what 1, thought of the old propo
sition, of ceding the islands to France
and the United States diseased the
matter somewhat, and refuted to advise
him to the measure, tendered my com
mission to the king, who icfuscd to
The king considered that he could
have the benefit of the intervention of
France and the United States, in case
he ceded to England, provisionally,
and he decided to throw himself into
the arms of England; trusting in the
justice of his cause, and hoping still
for independence. Lord George called
and the matter was decided. Mag to
be changed at l o'clock.
Mr. Dudoit, the French Consul and
many others called, using every argu
ment to persuade the king to cede to
France and the United States.
I sat down to put the documents
into form 'I he king proposed to
make a speech before the cession.
I said, they could make it out amongst
themselves, which they did. Deed of
cession being ready, the chief came in,
and it was read Sorrow and distress
marked every countenance. Went to
prayer. During prayer, sighs, sup
pressed, were often heard. After prajer,
not, an individual left his knees for a full
minute , and I then saw that tears had
conic to their relief. They sat in silence.
The king seized a pen and signed the
f'ced of cession. "Let it go" said he,
"if I get help I get it, if not let it go,
I can do no more." The premier then
added her signature.
At 2 o'clock the native soldiers and
people were assembled in the fort.
The proclamation of Lord George was
signed in the presence of the king,
chiefs and officers of the Carysfort, and
witnessed. I observed that, the king
would read a proclamation of his own
first, Lord George hoped that nothing
ou!d be said to excite feeling, I re
plied that, the king would take his
own course, what he read was his own
Standing on the veranda of the
house, on the ramparts, the king read
his proclamation which I interpreted
into English. Then followed the deed
of cession in native and English when
the flag was lowered by the natives
and the Hritish flag hoisted in its
place, by a lieutenant of the Carvsfort.
a salute was then fired from the (on.
Of this arrangment I know nothing.
The guns were mere squibs, and fired
very irregularly. After the salute the
band of the Carysfort played, God save
the Queen, etc. The Carysfort re
turned the salute. Next the proclama
tion of his lordship was read in native
and English by myself, and that ended
the matter. Lord George requested a
general jail delivery and we retired.
The king said he would go to Maui,
on Monday night the 27th. In the
evening Doctor Rooko called on the
king to say, that my appointment as
his deputy on the commission would
be agreeable to Lord George. The
king, afterwards, proposed it to me. I
refused to accept the appointment,
although strongly urged by the king.
On the morning of the 27th., I was
called to attend at the king's house,
when he again urged me to accept the
duty. Dr. Rooke had pledged his head
to Lord George that I was a true and
faithful man. The King said I could
do much for the natives and his inter
ests, etc. Lord George, Simpson, Mr.
Makay and Lieut Frerc arrived in the
expectation of holding a session of the
commissioners. I said to Lord George
that I would not consider the question,
unless he would give me in writing
what I had been informed verbally, viz:
the assurance that my appointment
would be agreeable.
Reflected on the subject till evening,
decided not to accept King appointed
Win. Paly, and I wrote to Lord George,
explaining my reasons for declining to
serve. Hcfore I left the house Lord
George arrived, refusing to accept Mr.
Paty, and on the King's authorizing
me to employ Mr. Paty in my other
duties, I reluctantly consented to act
The next evening, or next but one,
the governor having declined all notice
of police cases, a company of natives
went through the streets threatening the
foreigners. They threw stones and
mud at one of the public houses; and
dared them to come out, but no one
was injured. They were provoked by
the jeers and shouts of the foreigners
to do this, but now- all is quiet and
It is unnecessary, for me to say much
respecting my action in the commis
sion, except that, I felt it my duty to dis
sent from several measures; such as the
appointment of Alexander "Simpson to
be one of the secretaries, etc
The method I took of expressing my
dissent is as follows : "G. I. Judd re
fused assent to minute No. 2, in refer
ence to the apiointmcnt of Alexander
Simpson." The minutes of each day
have to be subscribed by each of the
Having been requested by the king
to publish all the documents connected
with the late transactions, I sent them
to the printing office and informed the
commission. Some questions arising
at the office on the subject, the print
ing committee addressed the commis
sion, and it was aranged that I should
be responsible lor all ppcrs previous
to the cession, and the commission for
the proclamation of his lordship.
When the papers appeared, Simpson
did not like the king's proclamation
and endeavored to suppress it The
other commissioners published a state
incnt of their views, which right I al
lowed them, and claimed as much for
myself. The king's proclamation is his
own feeling in the case, and should be
regarded in England as men. q case
Simpson goes to England, he will at-
tempt to deny the authority of this
part of the documents, but, without'
the least shadow of reason.
He will, probably, deny the facts
which I have stated in this letter, and
will flinch at nothing to gain his
points. What those points may prove to
be it is impossible to know beforehand,
but, there is reason to fear that one so
gifted and plansiblc may undo all that
can be done by the government for
The facts which I have stated in this
letter are the truth. I will maintain
that, to my dying day, and no fear or
favor, will induce me to vary in any
material circumstance. You must know-
that most of these things transpired at
private interviews, under injunctions
of secrecy; and I have not felt myself
at liberty to publish them, or state them,
anywhere, but in this letter. To you,
who have a right to know our cause; I
make known all. The witnesses, arc,
the king, Auhca, Kckuanaoa, John
Young, Doctor Rooke, Lord George
l'aulet, Alexander Simpson and myself;
other collateral witnesses may be found.
I am pleased, to find that all the
complaints of Hritish , subjects arc
quashed, since the Hritish Government
have an interest in the case. The laws,
before so bad, arc looked upon with
favor, andvc have a prospect of quiet
for a season. His Majesty Knmchamc-
ha III., now entitled to the epithet of
native king," desires me to instruct
you, his ministers, to make every etcr
tion to secure his independence; to
have a suitable investigation by proper
persons, into his conduct, and the
conduct of his government, and he will
abide by their decision. He desires the
peaceful intervention, of France and
the United States, for the furtherance
of this object, and to carry out the plan
formed, previous to your departure.
But, if that cannot be he commands
you, to secure for himself, and for his
chiefs, the greatest possible privileges,
immunities and rights, and for his people
the freedom and privileges to which
philanthropy would raise them; and to
which they are fast rising by the in
fluence of Christianity and civilization.
We wait with anxiety, the result of
your mission; and trust every thing, to
your management and discretion.
I am, gentlemen, with sentiments of
consideration, your most obedient
(Signed) G. P. Judd.
Q A M IX EL NOTT,
Importer and Dealer in
Chandeliers, Lamp Pendants, Bracket Lamps;
O Tubular, Side Tubular, Hotline house,
and Police Lanterns; Nurse Pocket, ana
Table Lamps ; Globe s,( Chimney, Reflectors,
Lamp Holders for sewing-machines.
STOVES AND RANGES Uncle Sam, Buck'
Patent, Richmond, " Ka Moi, Pert, Osceola,
Hawaii Aloha Almeda Flora.
MISSISSIPPI RANGP. Cooking capacity or too
FRENCH RANGES Kor restaurants', hotels, and
private residences, with or without hot water
WCSTENIIOLM'S IX L CUTLERY;
A fine assortment of Table, Desert, and lea,
Knhes and Fork ; Carvers and Steels, with
main ami ornamental ivory handle ; also
Pocket Knives. Razors, Shears, Button hole
and Ladies' Scissors, Bread Knives, genuine
French Cook Knives, Butcher and Kitchen
Ladies' Work-stand Basket ; OtI.Ce. Lunch,
uaunorvand Market flasket.
DOORMATS Assorted sues and patterns.
SILVER-PLATED WAKfc. t
Roper Brothers' and Merlden Plating Works
and Tea Knives; Forks and Spoons, Snoon
noioers, naptcia Kings, imiurens muh
Pickle and Cruet Standi. Butter Bowls.
Card Receivers, Fruit Stands, Preserve
AGATE WARh ;
Nickle-mounted Tea Sets. In part or whole
very neat and desirable ; plain Cooking
Utensils In lartre variety
Mitk( Pans, Pudding and plain Basins, Milk
Boilers ; Rice. Jelly, and Ice-cream Mould
new patterns in Stew Pans.
SAUCEPANS Enameled and tinned iron, from j pint
to 1 gallon.
Toilet Sets Toilet Stands, Water Cooler
Cake, Cash, and Knife Boae ; Spittoon
Cuspidors, Children's Tiay
Fairbanks' Platform, Counter, and Kitchen
Moline Plows, Shovels, Spades, Hoes. Rake,
Rice and Manure Forks, Oot, Hoe Handle,
Plow Handle and Beams.
1CF. CHESTS and REFRIGERATORS.
BALDWIN fODDER CUTTERS Three the.
1, i)t and t inch cut, an A I article.
Warranted best grades New York standard,
andcarbolued, H. K.i, iK, 1 loch
Hose, nor lie t and sprinkler, Ac
PLUMBER AND TINSMITHS MATERIAL
Sheet Lead, i to 14 lb, square foot ; Sod Pipe
lead and cau iron; Water Cloeets, Case
Sheet Tin ; Sheet Copper, clean and tinned
14 to 60 qi. How Bibb, Roth I Sinks
black and enameled: ditto Washstaod ,
Sheet Zinc; Soft Solder, our own noak,
GALVANIZED IRON IPE i to Inch; elbow
T reducer, plug, bushing
PIPE VICES, take H .0 J inch pipe; stock and die.
cuts H 10 l Inch pipe.
BIRD CAGES Largest taricty in market, painted
bnght, an 1 brass wire,
HA BY CARRIAGES, Boys' Whftlbarrow and Go
Hall justlwclcU ated Fire and Burglar proof
Soft. We keep In stock the largest astort
eat of Safes to be found west of California.
Cuts mailed upuu application.
GLLETPS ICE MACHlNLSt
Just the thing foe use 00 plantations whet
Meant It available. Small ! makes 11 lb.
Ice In four hour , secooj sue, r lb, in seven
houfv Cut, with full direction for working,
(nailed to your address yo application. We
ar amhoiucd to deliver hes machine
alongtU at maker' price, adding wAf toe
ot pack lug -cac and freight.
CUSTOM WORK M all kit id U tin, copper, and
sheet Iron wot kin attended to. workshop
over store. Work t teemed by competent
wutkmen at ieajmal4 price.
BEAVLR BLOCK, rORT STREET
Nimble su pence better than sloeudwUiag " and
tr DONT FORGET I r. 4 ,H t
TvT P. BURGESS
4?4trpHt9r ami Jttffr.
All kind of Jobbing prvaptly an,ajd to.
Tclephouc No. ty WAlllimsgaji Kapjtea Omce,
$Hor( No. la Kje Stbt- .Hoaoui.
AMBURO-MAODEDURG FIRE INSUR.
ance Company of Hamburg.
A, JAEGER, AGEXT
Helloing, Merchandise, Furniture end Machinery
Insured again! Fire on the most favorable terms. I
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCKCOM.
pny of Berlin.
F. A SCllAEFEE aV C., AGENTS
The thoee Inurnct Company, hit e it -til tied
General Agency here, and the nndertfened, Gener-I
.Went, ir authorized to uVe ri.ke Milrut the danger
of the Seat at the moil reasonable rtei and on the
mott fatoralle tennt.
REMKN BOARD OP UNDERWRITERS.
FA SCllAEFEE &C Aft-f
Dresden Board of Underwriter.
Vienna Board of Underwriter.
For the Hawaiian hUndt.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin
' A SCllAEFEE A- C, AGENTS. '
Th above Insurance Com Dan r KatestaUItheda Gen
eral Agency here, and the above igned( General A at nil,
. e a ut homed to take Risks igaintt the danger of the
ieas at the most reasonawe ite, ana on the most .
AMDURG. BREMEN FIREINSURANCE
F A. SCllAEFEE cV C., AGENTS,
The above firm having been appointed Agents of tins
company are prepared to Inure risks against fire on
Stone and Brick building end on McrthandWe stored
therein, on the most favorable term For particulars
apply at theiroflT.ee. 1
RANS-ATLANTIC PIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hamburg
II. HACKFEI.D A O., Agrnti.
Capua and Receive. Ueichsmark c3.ouo.vjo.
' their Re Insurant Companies M lot.cscyvio
Reichsmsrk wj,C $,
The Agent of the abott Company, for the Hawaiian
ftlstvU- arc t mured to Inuire Buildmas. Furniture.
Merchandise ami Produce, Machinery, etc., al hnjar
and Klcc Mim, ami vessels in tne naruur against toss
or damage by fire, t"n the mwt favorable term. 1
UTUAL L1PE INSURANCH COMPANY
of Htw York.
11 rr.DEK & cv, AGixrs,
T.iirti"l, Siifft '"' " Ktonnmlenl Life
Inimrnuec ComiHtny In the WorUt,
CASH ASSETS OVEIt..ooo.ooo.
For further Information concern in 2 the Company,
andfor Mtes of Insurance apply to the Agents, or to
j, r., Wiseman, Soliciting Agent.
ORTH-GERMAN PIRB INSURANCE
Company 01 Hamburg',
, UACKFKLD A Co, AGENTS,
Capital and Reserve . .. .Relchtmark 8,8jo,ouo
" their Reinsurance Companies, " 35,000,000
The Agents of the above Company, for the Hawaiian
Utanitc. are tirenared to Insure Buildings. Furniture.
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery 1 tci ' Sugar
and Rice Mills, and vessels in the liarbur, against loss
or damage by hre, on the most favorable term.
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance Company. (Limited;
Til BO. II DAWES, AGENT.
The above agent his received Instructions to re
duce the tales of Insurance between Honolulu and
Port in the Pacific, and is now prepared to issue poli
c!e at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on
freight per steamer. t
TMIB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
1 Globe Insurance Company.
11ISIIOP& Co.t AGEWS.
thittrntteil lAahlUtu U Stoekhatdrrs.
Assets. .... $11.16.100
Reserve.. .. ..... 6,750,000
INCOME FOR tSjQt
Prttntnm rrrtved after deduction of re-
Insurance .Mf $ 5.3&M95
Losses promptly adjusted and paid here, t
TVTEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR-
1 ance Company 01 Boston.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS.
INCOHrOBATBD 1 8 jy.
The oldest Purely Mutual Life Insuance
Company tn tnc united states.
VnHcie Manned on themoMt Farorabl Trrma
BXAMrLR OF WON'rOKfBlTUKB FLAN ;
Insured age ii ears ordinary life plan !
i Annual premium continues Policy a years, j days
..! ..vAm!.n.a .iu..Iiiii ISnltw . ..a.p . '
. niUlUM fj.ciu.u... hwu........ . uh. m ,ii as
3 Annual premiums continue Policy 6 yean, .9 '
4 Annual premiums continue Policy 8 yean. 46 '
5 Annual premiums continue Policy iiyear,- '
Assets. . . $",S.ooo.
Loism Patil through Hnoluolu Ag-encv, $40,0.0
OSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
c. nsjursx Co., ""
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
PHILADELPHIA BOAHD OF UNDER
C. BREWER Co
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 1
of San Francisco.
CASTLE V COOKE, AGK.VTS,
TT W. SEVERANCE.
116 Calii-ohma St., Cau, (Room No. 4 )
HAWAIIAX COXSVZ. COil3XlSM0.
'HARLES BREWER & Co.
s; Kilsv Stkt, llosroN,
Ad EXT.S OF IIAtTAIIAX VACUKTS.
General CtfMinsiaators Agent.
Special attention girtn to the purchasing of goods for
the Hawaiian trade. Preieht at lowest rates.
ENSON, SMITH, it CO.,
ll and in, FORT STREET,
eoaaKKS a SCMBI''S'S CaLSSBATBU HOMCtOPATMIC
THE COMMON SLNSE'NURSINO BOTTLE
OQUARE TO A CENT.
XHK KKAHOS Of UVK MICCKU4,
Wt da business on strict principled.
s hays only s aaed percentage aa a pceat
TIIK VKHCKXTAQK OXLT IH AODKD
TO TMK COST Of THK tlOQli.
We seTtr deriate bom the price 4a e J under
any circumstance. We ssark all goods
with aelllog piles la plela Sgurea.
Wt sever misrepresent or conceal tb (salts
of say article offered for sale.
Weeachaage goods cheerfully sal leesia
m-ney wtUlaaly wbea uaablt t ssM sr
OUR MOTTO t
A chlU of Are yean can buy as cheap at s ssaa af
eapsrleoce." is faithfully LUuuraled.
Male as stittate I See the natse of
, CUHX CO.,
TEMPLE OP FASHION.
t atvs tj Post Suae,
AT THE OLD SIAND. NUMIH.X KAA-
HUH ANU STRCLT,
BlIFXT IRON WOHKEH,
PI.UMMNU IN ALL ITS IIKANC11ES.
Axteelan Well Pipe-all .Uea.
Sloven lllltl Uitiiipos,,
Untl S.in, MtOallloo, KlctibiouJ, Tip-top, r.l.c
fU.r, MJ, Cu.tut, Or.nJ Pti(, New l'-ln!
Opem, Dcihy, Wren, Doll), Cypiy, Qu-n,
Pansy, Army Rangcl, Msn,u Charts,
Dttck, Superior, Mtgnet.OcoU, Ala
rucda, Lclipt., Charter O.V,
NLa-Ue, Inwood anj
GALVANIZED IPON anj COPPER DOILLRS
rOK RANGES, UKA.NUE IRON WAKK,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast Iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Hoist FunsisshiiiK Goods, all kinds.
All tljcs and grade. Lift and Force Pumpi. Cistern
Pumpt, Calvanlred Iron, Sheet Coppw and
ShMI Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin PUK
Water Clouts, MarU. slabs
and howls, enameled
CHANDELIERS. LAMPS AND LANTERNS
- BREWER t CO.
Offer for Sale the cargo of the bark
Just arrived, the following list of McrohandiM
Light JCrpreae rTtssrewt.
KMtnrion Top Ourrless-ee,
Ceeaaun Wood Chairs
Pine Barrel Snooks.
Ice Cheats, Nos. t, 1, and J.
Lobsters, idb. Tine,
Oeans, alb. Tins,
Hay Cutters, Noe. i, t sad ),
AaWCuais. f i ,
rssfre-snaV mm, yea, 7, , 10,11, !!!
Centrifugal Linings, i laches,
Composition Nails, lM lach and 1 ch
Bale Escalator J
Manila Cordage, Assorted.
f eralelnc MeUreease,
CeJe. react Stanlea.
'eraser's Boilers, ae-aad it .Coils
Mas) Raps, Assarted
Annealed react Wire
he. Be, eVc
OASTLB A COOKE,
Ho'tacitf, II I
Would can attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
CuaUtlng of the anrlvelled Parle Steel
ITie Moline Strel Ilieslters, and furrowing Plow, Mo
lina Steel Plows ell sires Plsnet, Jr., Culti
vators, Dirt Sctlpers,
Joltis De-etVe Qe.ua Plo-ws,
Plant,,.' Hoes of the best niaVee
DISSIONS' CELEBRATED CANE KNIVES
made to btdrr. Ames' Mtovti. and SimJcs,
Garden Hoes. Canal t Harrows, Os
Bows, Yoses, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Speim Oil, Cllnder. Lard
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Al
Lany Grease, Distton's and
S. and J. Files, all sites and
kinds, Steam Packing, Flat
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Fie Packing, India Rub
ber IIose,i toalnch. Iipe
and Couplings, Nuts and
Washers, finished. Machine
Boll., all tires, Cold pressed
iHaiksiuith'1, Engineer's and
Carpenter's Haaimrrs, Pipe
Cutters, Vnches, S inch to
ss inch. Anvils. Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Best
American Bar Iron and Tool
Steel, Builders Hardware,
all kinds and states. Hub
buck's Paints and Oils, raw
and boiled. Small Paints in
Oil, in lares variety. Dry
Paints, Umber, Veuetian,
Red, Ochres, Metallic. Ac,
Whiting, German Window
sss'td sties. Manila Rope
No. s and a Flour, No. and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The 1'al.
nee Keroeene Otl, Iffeafon's On
trlfiitnl Linings, 14 loch. Itubhcr
Spring ami Cunrtte UraKe just at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Valves. Pack
Inf. ac, Blake Boiler Feed, Jdlcs or
Molasses, Irrigating- A Vscuum Pumps
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AUO OH CONSIONMKlfT
Callfornla Hay, Barlsy, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, llams, Asne-tos auiturc lor uouers
and Steam Pipes, very cheap. Fence Wire
and Staples, Galvanlred Roofing1
Wllcoa and Gibb's Automatic: Sineer Manufsctvu-ln2
Company, Assorted: Remington Company. Family;
Wilson Machiues, the best assortment to be found,
and at Bottom Irices.
New Goo by every arrival (ram BolauJ, Nsw
' ork sod San Francises.
1 Nsrjr Trtvetloss Fnglne), 8-hors po-srssr.
Orders from the other Islands Mled a. Beet Rates and
MEIeUU. R. MORE 00.
King Stbsit, Honolulu
Would beg to notify the Public that they
hsve ual received a shipment of the faesoue
HOUSEHOLD" IEWINO MACHINE.
Anv Hereon within toDunhasea sewuut machine
d do well to essoins theea.
a number of superior
Double-barrel Brsach-loadlng Shot Osas,
Wlacasstsr Rl&et, Ksoasdy Rises
Smith ft WUtOB Revolvers.
A fell assortment of CARTRIDGES, , brass aad
paper shell J and Sportsmen '1 Ueaersl Supplies.
eW Call and ttamlne our Stock I
Having la our employ s hrstUss Lock and irun
Saakk, we art prepared 10 da all kinds of repelling: la s
first-class manner and 00 short notice.
tiring Mmckin repuirtl stieaf ajjwatesf
And all kinds of Iron Work made aad repaired.
ATER PIPE! WATER PIPE I
WATER PIPE I
Wt have os hand a full supply of Galvanised Iron
tips, ailing, also of Hrast bonds for water and fat
frees H to t Inches lnvlu.ive, which will be sold st
reasonable prices. Estimates gives on plus of pipe
week (or water, get or steam. Oa hand at all luaet
sooaary sjoeos as luiows I
atoaa-fssss. N seA-seemife (UarUs sod EnasvsledX
aliesas, Jfaraues Uef aVsssswrs, ITslsr
Osssfs, ose Uf, Coaet,
ITaare fipt, Trf,
Orders Is this lii-e will recel.t pevaaps alteatioa.
i. EMMaU.VTM slk CO.,
I Nvvaav asp t Msscuast its.
OT. MATTHEWS HALL, SAN
Looted In Ine txAut-ful rtllxge - Sn Mate on the
r.-tltibliined in i(6S- Fourteen tnitruetor-t of repute
betted by team, mid ire In eteiy wsjr rrnged for tl.e
tefin July t
For futtlier Infurmilton nd fitAlotjue, Jutt out,
TTOLLISTER & CO.,
JXriTE Til? ATTKXTIOX OF XHK
VVDLIV Jt VOVXTUr MCRCIIAXTS
In trtlculsr, to their large end
varied esssortmnrit uf
ut ftxcWesi, Ttll ii tkioldi
t te the fiocM (erfume In Uie
wuld. All of one qutliiy.
b re ii verlcty of odurt itylee
eitd (4tc, eleo
(ell iitp eatd fttyle
lutd lb Urgeit end noet cocepieie itock ol
tm kept In thlt Klnfdom, a
Urife invoice of
WASI1E1 MEDITKHHASEAN 9PQXQK
direct from Europe, free from
etad or dirt, Af eoti for
PARKS DAVIS eft 008
J. C AYER & GO'S
Hortsford'o Add Phosphates,
Orsan'a Aturutt Flower ft Oermsii Syrsp,
AUcock Porous Platter Co ,
Murray ft Lanman't Florida Water
Verba Btssaa Bitten.
OLLISTER & CO..
ue alio Proprietor and Manufac
futarcrt of the celebrated
Agents for Vm. S. Kimball Co's
fragrant Vanity fair,
Tobacco anil CigorwMie
which have no rtvala The
Largeat assortment of
PLUO TOBACCO AND CIOARS IN
OUR GINGER ALE b- SODAH'ATBR
has always been recognised ae the
best tn the market
OUR aXGSR ALE EXTRACT
being saanufactursd frees sur owa
private formula la
, Ntw York.
AERATED WATERS la Pstesl at Cork
Stoppered bottles at deelrwd.
WHOLESALE a RETAIL, 19 NUUANU JT.
RETAIL, Co.. FORT MERCHANT STS
We hsve receive! s further roostanment of
Jsftaers. Mime A PTolsoa C.'s 3f aMIaers
And have sow on hand, ready for delivery 1
One Triple.EtTect. en handsome Iron Waging, containing
J,.) J square feet of heating tarface, with Pusspiag
Engine and dietSkargiog Meeujas. complete.
One Double.Eaecl, hating t.too squats feet of heeling
surface, with Kogioe aad Monljus.
One set of Fiml Weuoa'e Patent Centrifugals, wilk
Eoglna and Miser,
One set of Two Westoa't Patent CeaUlfaesals,
llsrio Increased facilities for the aaanateclare 5
these machines, (the Weston Patent, for which, a
Great Britain has eaplnsdX we era thus enabled vo of er
these at laaleelelly redecwd prices.
We have a fall assortment of Centrifugal spares
luvlngs, leasees, rabbet basds sad Ulhei. etc
Two Dtagonal Engines, each in. by is In.
Ctarliers, ITat Coolers, I by by 1 sad by by I . f
One Spars Tv Roller for s4 by St la, MUL
One Spare Side Keller fur So. do.
Owe Spate Interne .tit'll Scar Wheel for asasiaf efeio.
Utf - 0. W, MACf ARLANB C. I
von no vs.
.MiinfTn Tii-iNe R. R.. iimiUi from San FrAncttcu,
tlon and aMhty. Ihe Uilldmni ere eitenrire, ire
health nd comfort of the tadeti. Innfty Senion
Kir, AtFRF.D l.F.E BREWER, M. A.,
ILDBR A CO.,
Impotitti od dealer
And Bnlltilnii Mat.rlal
of ail kinds, Just received, ea late arrivals, sever
large ana wen selected cargoes 01
comprising all the usual stock rUee
In Scantling, Tlmbet,
Ptaaks and Bovr4a.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane eurfaoe and rough Boards ear
faced and rough Battens, Pickets, Rualc,
Lattice and Clapboards
DOORS. aABH AND RUKDS,
All sires, of Eastern and California make, sod Aar
sale in quantities to suit, at low pricee.
Also, 1st Sroca,
WHITE ZINC. PAINT OILS
METALLIC AND OTHER PAINTS,
CLASS AND SALT,
AMD WHITEWASH BRUSHm
A fine aesortrseot of
la Uteast stria.
Locks, Bolts, ,
AT ZeOWEST PRidaa.
UNION PEED CO.,
Isaaertevs aa4 Sealete ts
tW. limy asstf Utaln
Goods promptly delivered.
yWa a Mtaierft Ma
Telephone No. 17c,
P. O. Boa is;.
ILL1NCHAM a CO,
Have just received an
bsraia a Raw mm, Ritsrae.
Sailed ts the waau of thlt esarkes,
aad a good line ef4
of Planters ts aw
rarsal ssWs JtTattM JtetweJ tUw,
whkk hat been pronounced las) tost erf
the kind ever seed la lab taasatrw.
We have also rsulvsd s
near lot of lbs
DILLINOHAM BREAKINO PLOWS
te, 11, 14 la, which are atvisfl aarftw
eatlafanioa wkeeevar taey
OrKMED fOR INtrtCIION AN. IALI
. -sASlJjWhSt BSV