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XT VI.'ITINU, Bl'dINKi AND ADbRKS CAHW printed
ar a Yankee CuJ hew," in the highest .trie of the art.
Oh' War alMald Ibe Mwlilt f
T A Um MAM LUCoLS, SXJ-,
O .Yrnasa, "- Prttidnt of lie United State.
Oh why shoubl the (pint of mortal be proud
Lik a swift-fleeting weteur, a fast-flying etoud,
A BmU of the Hrhtning, a break U lb ,
He paaseth Iron Me to his rest io the grave.
The leaves of the oak and thn willow hall tide,
Be scattered around, and together be laid i
As the ymog and the odl, the low and the high,
hhoUl cruuUc to dust, aud together shall lie.
Tae infant a soother attended and loved ;
The mother, that infant's affection who proved ;
The father, that mother and infant who bleat
Each, all are away to that dwelling of rat.
The nul, on whose brow, on whose check, in whose eye,
Sbooe Mtj and pleasure her triumphs are by i
Awl alike from Ue minds of the living erased,
Are tbe memories of mortals that loved Iter and praised.
The tend of the kins; that the sceptre hath borne
The brow of the priest that the mitre hath wwu ;
The eye of tlie sage, and the heart of the brave,
Are hidjea and lost in the depths of the grave.
The peasant, whose lot was to sow and to reap ;
The brfilsnaa, wboVhabrd with his goats cp the steep ;
Tbe beggar, win wandered in search of his bread,
Have fa-led away like the grass which we tread.
So tbe mullitode goes, like the Bower or the weed.
That withers away to let others succeed ;
So the nuhitoile vsiSS. ven those wr behold,
To repeat every tale thai has often been told.
Pur we are the same oar fathers have been ;
We st the same sights they often have seen ;
We drink tbe same stream, we see the same son,
And ran the same coarse our fathers bare run.
Tbe thoughts we are thinking, our fathers di-1 think ;
Ppjos the death we are shrinking, our fathers did shrink ;
To tbe life we are clinging, oar fathers did ding ;
Bat it speeds from as all, like the bird on the wing.
They !vcl bat the story we cannot unfold ;
Tbry scorned but the heart of tbe haughty is old ;
They grieved but no wail from their slumiwrs will eome ;
Thry joyed but the tongue of I heir glalnes is drub.
They died ; ah ! they died. We, things that are now
Thai walk on tbe torf that lies over their brow.
And make in their dwelling a transient abode
Meet the things that thry met on their pilgrimage road.
Tea, bene and despondency. pleasure and pain.
Are mingled together in sunshine and rain ;
And the smile and the tear, and the song and tbe dirge,
Still follow each other like surge upon surge.
Tie the wink of an eye, 'tis the draught of a breath,
Proaa the blossom of health to the paleness of death
Prom the giided saloon to the bier and the shroud.
Oft ! wby should the spirit of mortal be proud 1
Women should set good examples, for the men are
always following after tbe women.
It seems a btrJ ease that, when a man dies, bis
better half is entitled to on a f Air d.
A man is moot likely to fall down upon the ice
when he ventures upon it iMhod.
Artists may not be guilty of direct falsehoods, bat
. they generally give things a color.
- When a fly Sads himself approaching- a spider's
web, be should remember the advice in Washington's
farewell address to avoid entangling alliances."
Tbe intermarriages of the sons and daughters of
two respectable families make the best crossties upon
tbe railroad of life.
If an editor can f nd nobody that will credit a word
be says, he may fairly boost that he has no creditors.
Lord John Russell has been raised or lowered, as
it may be, to be peerage, taking the title of Earl
Some genius has conceived tbe brilliant idea to
press all the lawyers into tbe military service be
cause their charges are so great that no one can stand
Tbe lays of the nightingale may be very delightful
to a well-fed man, but tbe " lays" of a ben are liked
better by a hungry one.
The heirs of Robtoson Crusoe have instituted a
suit to recover the Island of Juan Fernandez, found
ing their claim upon the ground that be was mon
arch of all he surveyed."
A Wisconsin paper says : There are in this city 211
marriageable girls sweet, beautiful, and accomplish
ed. To capture these fairies mere are oeaus, ts.
of whom don't care lor girls, 87 the girls don't care
for, 15 are too I usy making money to marry, aud the
balance are engaged.
That's a stupid brute of yours. John," said a
Scotch minister to bis parishioner, the peat-dealer,
who drove bis merchandise from door to door in a
email cart drawn by a donkey; I never see you but
the creature is braying." " Ah. sir," said the peat
dealer, ye ken toe heart's warm when frens meet."
Mr. Tompkins," said a young lady who had been
showing off her wit at tbe expense of a dangler,
"you remind me of a barometer, that is filled with
nothing in the upper story."
Ihviue Julia," meekly replied ber adorer, in
thankiog you for that compliment, let me remind you
that you occupy my upper story.
Mr. Sparrowerass recently joined the Home
Guard" and snid in a speech that it is understood
that tbe Home Guard is not to go to wars and not to
leave town except in case of invasion. This is as
good as the story of the Bungtown Riflemen,"
whose by-laws consist of two sections, namely :
Article First This company shall be known by
tbe name of tbe Bungtown Riflemen.
Article Second In ease of war this company shall
Scasioal. Who retails scandal ? .Ilirayt low-bred
perwns, and those, especially, of doubtful character;
but, sometimes, unfortunate ones, who should have
been married two months sooner, perhaps who are
willing and anxious that all mankind should be un
fortunate. Such should hold their peace, Tbey are
known in all communities; and further, they are not
forgotten, down through many years. These only
are most interested in the gossip of the day. No
high-minded persons talk about their neighbors. ro
Christian exercises other than a charitable feeling,
when he bears a bad report about his neighbor's
wife, husband, or daughter. Persons should know,
that the eye of community is upon them that their
motives are studied; and their history known; and
those who are busy in tbe circulation of scandalous
reports, may profit by the natural and philosophic
law, that water finds its level."
Yoi xo Me-i. It should be the aim of young men
to go into good society we mean not the rich, nor
the proud, nor tbe fashionable, but tbe society of tbe
wise, the intelligent, and tbe good. When you find
men who know more than you do. and from whose
conversation you can gather information, it is always
safe to be round with them. It has broken down
many a man to associate with tbe low and vulgar,
where the ribald song was sung, and tbe indecent
atorr told to excite laughter or influence the bad
pawions. Lord Clarendoo attributed success and hap
piness in life to associating with persons more learn
ed and virtuous than ourselves. If you wish to be
wise and respected, if you desire happiness and not
misery, we advise yoo to associate with the intelligent
and good. Strive for excellence and strict integrity,
nod you will never be found in the sinks of pollu
tion, or io tbe ranks of the profligates and gamblers.
Once habituate yourself to a virtuous course, once
secure a love for good company, and no punishment
would be greater than, by accident, to be obliged for
half a day to associa'e with tbe low and vulgar.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE
oo-lerugned hereby gives notice, that be will not be re
sponsible Utt or pay any del or bills whatever contracted in
lus name without his written onW. O. WILUKLM.
UoboiuM, Ateu 7, lsoL. Uhl-Sm
o- nnBWJJii co.,
fPlIE irXOERIGNEn II AVE FORMED A
X CO-PAKTNLK4UIP a the transaction of tbe Oorrl
saponin and CouoMos Business, as heretoftjre conducted
under the name and stvle of C. Brewer Jt Co.
' FIIKRMAN PECK,
rii-Sm CHAS. II. LI NT.
A ,1 TT-?-Wr-.-r - -- ' -. . 'sw-e aw54 a f
HK.VRl M. Willi' .SKY.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER -23. IStil.
SIX DOU.tKS lF.R 1NM M,
VOl.. VI. .. WMOI.K .?.
J. F. COMIITRV,
2C7-ly Kaahitmanu street, llouolalu, UaliU.
J. II. COLK,
(srct'SAsoa to A. r. rrnurrr.)
At his late rooms, ttueeo Street. 20 Mr
Dll. J. MOTT SMITH,
Office corner of Furt and Hotel Streets.
E. HOFFMAN!, M. I.,
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
bumanu streets. 'JGT-ly
CHAS. F. CiriLI.OU, M. I ,
Late Puriu United States Navy, late Consular Physician to
American seamen and Keneral practitiouer.
Office corner Kaaliumaitu anil Merchant streets, and residence
at lr. Wood's Manaioo, Hotel street.
Medical and fcnripcal advice iu English, French, SanUh, and
Office hours from 11 . it. to 2 r. St.; at other hours inquire at
his residence. 267-ly
II. STAJTfiENWALI), M. I.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New York City Iipensary Physician, member of the
Medico hirurgical College and of the Pathological Society
of New York.
Office at Ir. Judd's Drue Store, on Y-t Street. Residence in
Nauanu Valley, opite tliat of K. O. Hall, Ksq. Til-lj
Notary Public, Office at the Court House, up stairs. 272 ly
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 2C7-ly
II. HAt'KPELD & CO.
Oeneral Comniiasion Agents, and Ship Chandlers, Honolulu,
A. S. & M. S. CR1NBAUM,
Importers an-t Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothinr,
Hats. Ca, Bit sihI SIhws. and every variety of tlentle
men's Suetior KumUhinir 0ls. Ktire. formerly occu
iei by W. A. A I.I rich, m., in Makee's Block. Queen
Street. Honolulu, Onhu. 2"S-ly
SIcCOLfiAX & CAMPnELL,
MERCHANT TAILOKH, on Fort Street, next door to Odd
Fellows' Hall, between Kin? ami Hotel streets.
Cloths, Caaslmeres and Vestiiifrs always on hand, and cloth
ing made up in the licst style. 269-ly
sassMss rccK. chah. b. lcst.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Howolwla. Osks, II. I.
Johv. M. Hood. Kq... .
( HilLKl Bsswra, Ksq
II. A. PKiaric. Ks i .
Mwu. Mc-Krra Mcbbjll, I
Cnss. W"t.COTT Buiou, Ksq.,
MKSrtBM. W M. PDieTAC It VO-,.....
Mahouts. PsKLrf, HiBSKLl. k Co.
O Is! TV
11 X T
ALE asd POSTER,
M O IT
Wll PnY RICHARDS & CO..
Ship Chamllers and ComnjissiiO Merchants, dealers in General i
Merchamlise. iveep consianiiy on imm. .
of merchandise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
AGENTS FOR THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FEANCISCO.
Bark Comet. Cssl. Johis Faty.
!s peril well. 1'apt. Jnu. Nwaills.
m laskrr," Csst U. Ms Claxtwsi.
One of the above vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
All of the above vessels have sujierior accommodations for
Passengers, ur whom every comfort will be afforded.
Throueh Bills Ladinr. will he Riven at Honolulu, frir merchan
dise to New York or ISoston, the freipht beins; rehied at San
Francisco, on board first class clipicrs without extra expense
Shiinrs can also procure at Boston or New York, through
Kills Lailinsr. f-w IreiKt shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Hidden & Williams, rhiston and Messrs. W.T. Coleman a Co.,
New York. Messrs. McKuer r Merrill, Agents wr i"-irat
Dispatch Line, at San r raucisro.
KcadvOIade Clotliinij; !
FURNISHING GOODS J I
MESSRS. i S. k 1 S. GIMMDI,
ATKH 11 iUIICt Or 8RVKHAI. MONTI1J,
KF.U TO INFORM THE CITIZENS OF
OA lit" and the adjacent Islands, that they have returned
and taken the commodious and convenient Fire-proof Sure iu
Makee's llkark, on tjueen street, Hirmerly occupied by W. A.
AUrich, Km., where Uiey are now oieniiij and offering for sale
the must splendid assortment, and of tne
LATEST STYLES OF CENTS'
READY-MADE CLOTHING J
GEHIEHEVS HIi.ISIIIG GOODS !
Ever Displayed in this Market.
The assortment consists in part of
Superfine Gents' Dress and Sock Coutd of every
variety and description.
Every style and quality of Tants and Vests, Tlain
and Fancy Shirts, which tbey warrant
to fit in shape and size.
An assortment of Undershirts of the finest silk, wool.
buckskin and cotton.
LATEST STYLES HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS, SHOES & GAITERS.
Of the LsTKdT Stvlbs.
Hosiery, Suspenders, Cravats, etc.. etc., in varieties
too numerous to mention, at fabulously
A full assortment of Trunks, Valiccs and Traveling
Bags, which the Public are especially
invited to call and examine.
Wholesale Dealer a other I. land will find
it to their i ii U' rest to examine our goods before purchasing else
where. i r These floods have been boucht at prices that defy com
petition, ami will lie sold at corresiiontiinKiy low npures.
The Stock will be reuleninhed by eVery vessel arriving from
San Francisco, and customers can always rely uoo tbe cheap
est, newest aud best.
A. B. S M. D. UU.MItll
171-Om Msjtees rtmra, QiieM tueao4, llouolulu.
BENNETT & M'KENNEY,
J Boot and Shoe MakerSj fn
Nauurn 8t west side, above Hotel St. VW
Ail Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
NEW GROCERIES, &c!
BV THE BARK "COMETV'
" Wafer Bread,
" " ater Crackers.
2S3-3m 'or sale by S. SAVIDCK.
KEG ON SMOKED HAMS.
Oregon tsmoked liacon,
Fresh California Lard in tins,
For sale by 8. SATIDGS.
SHIP CHAND L..ER !
Dealer in Oeneral Merchandise, Island Produce,
IfC, and Coininisnion Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Win keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of icoods required by shis and others. The
highest price given for Island Produce.
aiuo.y ailvanced for Kills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
Hilo, February 3. 1S6I. 2J-ly 9
Honolulu Smip Works !
W. J. RAWLINS.
milE PROPRIETOIt HAVING MADE
J. considerable improvements in the above Kstablishinent,
bees leave to announce to his CusUnners anl the lullic in
general, that be is prepared to supply them with genuine
equal. If not suiieri. to the best imported.
rr nlers fnsu the other Islands Hiuctually attended to.
N. B-SOAP OKilAaK H ANTKD. itls-ly
1I.UVAIM SOAP FACT01U !
WM. HJ tHUDDY!
AVING RECEIVED A LA RC E AND FULL
stock of material, is prepsre.1 to supply his customers
and the public, with the wsa Vellww, Ltrowsi aasl
Waile SOAP. ALeO
SOIT Vfl OIL HOAl,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. 8. Soap grease always wanted. a7ly
JO I IX THOMAS WATEUHOITSE,
Importer and Dealer In Oeneral Merchandise, Honolulu. 11. 1.
His Ex. E. C. Wrt.Ua, . . . Honolulu.
B. F. Ssow, Esq., ....
C. A. Willi. & Co., ... "
Cns. Bitsn, Ksq.. ....
Wiltox, Ku-asaDS A Co.. ...
DlMOSD a Bfl, ...
TaMi. Srsxcsa. KH-, ...
II. Hk-kikox. a1!-. ...
B. Pit. El-. ...
McKrsa A MaaBJLL, ...
C. W. Uaooks a Co, ...
Rrnrrr A Pora. ....
O. T. Lwto. Kq., ....
Tobix, Ba. a Co., ....
MELCIIERS Sc CO.,
ImiMjrlerH and Comiiiiioii
6T0XB 6T0RK, KAAHtMASC ST., CORNER MERCHANT.
AGENTS FOR THE
niasraea-BsCKss Fi Issrassca Co.
Piostsa Flotb Mills, San Francisco..
Sale of Assoc T A Ruxbsrdt's Sslv Brsr,
Sale of Sccsa, Mlassc iid Othkb Hawaii. rODCCa.
ConsiKtimenU respectfully s.Jicite.1. and all orders from the
tber islands and abroad, pr-enptly executed.
OCSTSV C. Mslcbsks. J. D. WirKs. F. A. Sra-srsB,
Bremen. Honolulu. Honolulu.
A Jj 1 E IV A; Ml 1 U It ILL,
George W. Macy,
WU1 eonUnae the General Merchandise and Shipping business
attheabove port, where they are prepared to furnish the
InstlT eetebrid Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other r.
2SL arVrequired by whale ship, at the shortest .c.,
and on tbe moat reasonable tonns. i.-iy
EA ANU I'ERRIX'S WORCESTER
For sale by
aii'U" (i RRAXTS.
ii New llaisins in lialf boxes.
New Raisins in quarter boxes.
JTor sale ny
Fresh Sott Sliell AUuonas.
For sale by
IilRESH CALIFORNIA CREAM CHEESE,
. Fresh California Swiss Cheese.
'or sale by
KEsii ;alikornia mlstaku.
Fresh Sardines twxes,
Fresh .Sardines 1-4 boxes,
For sale by
"XJKV CALIFORNIA ONIONS,
New California Potatoes,
New Mountain Potatoes,
New East Maui Potatoes.
For sale lv
A LF BBLS. CAL CORXED REEF,
New Cod Fish.
For sale by
A LI FORMA OATS,
California Chicken Feed.
For sale by
EXTRA SCPERFINE FLO Lit,
Number 1 Flour.
For sale by
CORN MEAL. FRESH GROIXD,
In 50, 25 and 12 1-2 lb. bags.
For sale by
HEAT FLOUR FRESH GROUND,
50, 25 and 12 1-2 lb. bags.
Fur sale by
JEARL HA K LSVi
L Buckwheat Flour,
For sale by
For sale hv
Light Brown Suar.
Fur sale by
ASES GOOD TOBACCO
For sale by
CPERIOR MANILA CIGARS.
I or saie "J
RAN I BRAN! BRAN I
For sale br
RASS. DRIED AND PACK'D.
In bales of 150 lbs. each.
For sale by
Freeh Pearl Sago.
For sale by S. SAVIDGE.
The above goods sold cheap and delivered in
the eitj by Pony Express.
J J J For sale by
(2S3-3m) SAVIDGE. Fort Street.
NEW SHOEMAKER'S SHOP!
. THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD BES
Ss&l pectfully inform his friends ami the pulilie, thai he
flM has ai;ain established himself as a Mo.4 aixl Shoe-
ln maker, one dot North-West of the Dry i.l Store,
on Hotel Street, whore he liops to merit a share of public lat
ronape. GEORGE CLARE,
p. 8. Mrs. C. will sell off the goods in the dry goods si-ire. at
a very jrreat reduction of prices. ( J-Jui u.
Gr XJ IST S INI 1 T IT.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
tu stte. that he has taken the shop ft.nnerly occupied
1 by G. Siders. and is ready to execute all orders in
his line withneatness and dispatch.
p. s. Particular alteutiuu iaid to repairing Sewinc Machines
JA.Mr.a A. iturrr.li,
2Si-l y Kaahuiuanu street.
CARPENTER SHOP !
JOHN POMEROV. CARPENTER AND
. I Caoiuet Maker, ih-rs respeciiuuy io wnnu mc in..iv
1 V. ..f II. I., a...l ri.inifW Ihftt ttHVillV Olienetl
l simp in the bImv line, near Uie corner of Nuuanu and
i i..;n sitr..t hi is imv nrenred to do all such Work with
neatness and dispatch and at preatly reduce.1 prices.
J..hliiiK done, furniture made and repaired, coffins nutdo
order, iK-r bankings, etc., at reasonable rates.
Persons wishing to dispose of furniture by private sale, will
UO well w (!:
XT The smallest favors thankfully received. g85-3n
li li o it a E T II O HAS,
TVT" r, i g- -s-a .
1voi:mi call the attention of
T the public to lus siock 01 iiiau-riaiB,coiui-MiuK ui
llawatian and American Lime.
Plaster of Paris,
...fill i-..v. ...... - -
. . . , . ... Pi.1PiMIT.itVln.l
TKl woitlv? refssireo ai. ism- . - -
GRAVEL ROOFING put on buildings and warranted tiirht.
j 7 onlers to oe leit ai me Liime tiwac, vm " v. .
li f fM4rs. lEJeliards k Co. ly
Carpenter, Builder and Undertaker!
milE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE res"
usotfiill v tn lit fort rl hi friends and the public generally.
..- -.ii- BuiunfeH his nrrtnises. he is now nrepareil
to do all work in the above line, with dUpatcu aud in a work
Koa and Pine Coffins always on hand.
Jobbing done on reasonable terms.
HEN KY ALLEN, Fort st ,
Opposite tbe Family Grocery and Feed Store.
NbW AND StUOriD HAND
f Wi NEW Al f l ' f7
' : i. n i n,nd Furniture of every description, Ul
constantly on baud, aud for sale at IO
!ow prices. -ALS0-
Second-hand Furniture Bought at
II. ALLEN'S CARPENTER SHOP,
Fort sU, opposite A. D. CurtwriKht's Feed Store.
XT KOA BU R E A US always on hand. 283-om
i.,iil irx-nPRKlRNKD IS PREPARED TO
1 furnish IRON and KKASS CASTINGS, and all kinds of
Miuhinerv and Smith's Work at the Shortest notice ami
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MADE TO ORDER.
. nT(yfi a vfir V XI 11 l HI n A aiittnlv frf Anril. 4?art
tj f K,JC X A t 1 li I a a p-ri'V "
Boxes, Forite Backs, Chain Stopers, Sash Weights, Stove 1'lates
and l l.ir.inKS. Dumb Dells, tc,tc, e.
WM. H. WRIGHT,
1VOI I.D RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
W i.nlilie that he is itreiiared to Manufacture
Turbiar mr stay lher klsiH mf Wate-r Wheel,
and warrant them, at reasonable rates. Orders f..r any kind o.
soliciteil and promptly attended to.
KoLOl, Oct. If, 1891.
-am' ii'ikrI CL'T Tt IT" CZ V . V. a V KT .-l
JJ$: to'inflrnn his friends and the public generally,
VTVl that he is iretared to do any work entrusted i ' r
to him, in the Ix-st manner, and at
REDUCED I It ICES !
I'crsons interesUil will do well to git a lint of his prices before
ordering work elsewhere. W . U. v OOLSfc. 1 .
r. II. & G. SEGKLKEX,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu.
. 31 Jl t r At -1 t nrn a a it.,1 ir. cv
In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copier and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED,
r Ship AVork promptly executed. .3
TO IIK LET!
MTHE PREMISES IN NUUANU VAL
LEY, makai of the relence of K. O. Hall, receuUy oc
cupied hy Mr. Mclntyre.
AUJ The TuouipsH premises on Fort St., and Hotel SC
Rent Low. (Jw-lm) "L.TiL-
If ousc to Let !
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES AT
present wrupietl by K. Gilliland, just aUve the Orst
bridge, near the tesidence of Dr. S. l Ford. For par-
Uculars. apply to
R. GILLILAND. . to
JOd O. CARTER.
A Chance Seldom met with.
THE UNDERSIGNED WISIIISU i
leave this kiiitrdoai. on account 01 111 ks.
. .... y... .t.u.u ..r if IL.iAurant. Billiard, a
BHtnTie Saloons; on F.t Street. They are fitted and complete
with everyUiinR that can possibly be required.
It is now doinr, and always has done a very rood, respev
ble and lucrative business. Fall particulars will tw giveu
applying to the proprietor on the premises. BrKoF.S3
TETJ3IS QUICK J
SMAlt PHOFtTS I !
0 j w swa a w saawM
To be Sold Clieap !
MJ HOUSES. EACH 3 n. LONG. 0 ft
wide 9 feet higll, built of one inch matched re.1 woo,
a a a Ir.ai.lA salk.s mi tL AtiUiT tO S. JH
WN. House .Caruenu-r, King whe ?SZ
prt of tins isiauu or aiiy 01 v, 1 2S0-3m
Waikahalulu Water Lots!
flHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEE!
M. appointed apent for the sale and lease of the
u-olboliiiliilii I.nt I
begs to call the attention of Merchants, Ship Owners, Speculators
and others to this finely situated tract of land which is now of
fered In lots at reduced rales and ou liberal and convenient
,e7lans may be seen ami all particulars learned by application
to the undersigneil at tvooert s. joio"
S. u.Early application should be made for choice Its.
Agent for the Sale of W aikahalulu Lots.
Honolulu, Oct. 21, 1S68. "2a0"3m
JOW landing per brigt -CON.
STITLHON, a general assonmeni, v :
in ruu, T anil n RkArd.. 1 In. and 11 in..
135,000 feet of inch Hoards, and assorted Scantling,
2 aud 3 inch I'lanks.
riclcet.s n Shingles.
For sale by (280-2m) GEO. O. HOWE.
Doors, Window Sash, Blinds.
O g f DOORS, ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
f J f mouldings and raised panel.
50 Sash lors, assorted sizes.
300 pair Window Sash, assorted sises.
250 air Blinds, with anil without swivels, ass d sizes.
Eelected exiressly for this market, and fot sale low by
2S0-q GEORGE O HOWE.
ygg M SHAVED WHITE EASTERN
O J f sUinglos, warrauteu to cover 100 siuare leet to
A new lot of the favorite cottase siding boards.
Pine clapboards, 12 feet long aud 7 inches wide extra thick
A smalt lot of panelled ceiling boards, Inch, a new and very
rorsaicby o. ii. i.rwru.
HOOKS, WINDOW SASH, IILINDS.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
4f0 Doors, all sizes and kinds,
200 Window Sash, all kinds,
100 pair Dlinds, all sizes,
1-2 Glass Doors and lilinds, etc., complete.
For tale at Uie lowest market prices, by
oq q C. II. Lr.H LRa.
mIG ITNDERS1GNED WOULD HEKEBi
JL give notice to his customers, and the pulilie generally, that
lui nrenared to sell every description of North West lumber in
quantity, or by small low, as cheap or cheaper than any other
' . . . . . . i 1. w ... tn -..II and
lierson in me maraev. iu,tr.,
won't be beaten. (280-q) C. H. LEWERS.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Bags 4 boxes table salt,
Bills sucar cured hams.
Tons lard, cheese and crackers,
Oolong tea, clwicolate and rice.
Pickles, vinegar, saruines.
4c, &c, sc.
Ass'd brass and iron gimlet ' ' - -"h? "i.T.r
4-4 Blea & broenjtoo, fine and
Heavy 4-4 ticking, P. R. denims.
Superior checks.white blue and
Cotton hatting, sattineta,jeans.
I'cs fancy cassimere, drapd etc
Rim knob locks, butcher knives.
Hawks' brace and bitts, augers,
Hand saws, ass'd hammers.
A res, hatchets, axe hatchets.
Chest, box and pail locks,
Garden shears, sine oilers.
Flat, round and tRper files.
Hunt's adzes, garden trowels,
Fish hooks, window springs.
Jack, smoothing 4r Jointer planes Breakfast,
Superior pocket knive. Plates,
Spectacles, plated forks.
Rubber combs, hair pins, &c,
Silver thimbles, gold pens.
Knives and forks, wool cards.
Superior paint, varutsh and
w w Dru.nes.
Velvet rihtmns, cottouades,
4rC, &c, io.
Dinner and Tea
iCoffees, teas, sugars, creamers,
, Ewers & liasins, globe la uterus.
Tumblers, goblets, lam.
I Looking glasses, sailor's pots,
Itakiiig pans, tin pails, basins,
Pie plates, oil cans, dippers,
. Furnaces, iron uots and kettles.
Sup. carriage and riding whis. Tinned and enameled sauce
Boots and Shoes.! p.
Ladies' gaiters, buskins and
si i liners.
Men's, buys' and youths'Oxford
ties, c., c, f.
Paints, Oils and
s a Ts.-c a sr T DKD iVTt nP.A I .V R IV
4 Tin, Sheet Iron & Copper Ware.
KAAIICMANC STREET, HONOLULU, H. I.
ummer Bakers. Ta and Copper Pumps. Bathing Tubs, Foot
aud Shower Italhs, Tin and Zinc Roofing, aud a
general assortment of Tin Ware, rc
Shis Wrlc exersile with Neatweaa aad
C. Wu. WII.I.IA.IIS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
TH E OLD STAND, HOTEL SI l , tan
the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
,h, Land and for sale. HEADY MADE FrRMTTRE, Koa
Roard. Joist and Hank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
ztuards; Rosewixal and Mahoeany Veneering.
A large assortment of Uilt Moulding, ana laree izei uiaas.
A variety of Rocking, Dining, Omce and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and mau to order. 287-1 y
JAMES A. BURDICR
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
to his new COOPERAGK on the Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this opportunity of return
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
public in general, for the support and patron
lv.1. . v. hv iiU.im1 In mjt
JMM a(C .,1R.U 1 1 - J 11 v-.m f I-
him fir the past ten years, and hopes that by attention to ousi
rwss and promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
Mm, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He has on hand f,sale upwards of lOOO bbl.l t nana
of all sort and sizes. so-iy
LEWIS A: AOUTOX,
Coopers and (Jatigcrs,
Corner of Hethel and Kinc Streets,
FORT ST., TWO DOORS BELOW DR. JITDD'S DRt"G STORE,
ARE NOW PREPARED TO EX-
ecute all orders in their line promptly and at LW,
Thankful for past iiatronare. they confidently rely anon their
old rastomers for a continuance of their favors, and trust that
their endeavors to please, and extreme low rates of charges, will
insure to them a fair share of business id tneir line.
N. B. New and second hand casks and shoos always on
nod, which thy will sell t the lowest market rates. 2tl-ly
Hand carts, wheel barrows,
Light and dark cane seat
chairs, &e., ic, 4c.
'Boiled, raw, and N. F. oil,
1 White lead, zinc, -ail s,
Furniture et j.i. chrome and
NEW GOODS FOR THE LADIES,
13 Y" EXPRESS!
BY THE "COMET."
W AT EST STYLE RIDING anal WALKING
Latest style Bonnet and Hat Ribbons,
Do. do. Hoop Skirts, 30. 26, 20. H. 15, 8 and 6 ribs,
Gauntlets, Welting Cord,
Brilliants. Silver Thimbles,
Mohair Mitts, W hite Girdles,
Sable Brushes, Pastel Paper,
Boxes Crayons, Boxes Pastels,
TO THE LADIES OF HONOLfLC.
A superior lot of '
Consisting of Ribbons, Flowers. Belts. Trimmines, Plumes,
Velvets, Ruches, Marseilles, Gauntlets, Mius, Buttons,
Elastics, Braids, Uand'k'fs, lira. Barege.
tfc., kc, Ac, 4c.
From 10 to S3 feet in length, and various other Household
Also, Dr. JJA YNES CELEBRATED MED
ICINES. For sale by
230.3m CASTLE k C3QKE.
w-w. awa awai a a m m swat
I- t- Ml Vr
S T O H E !
LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT
Will be Suspended from the Front.
From tlic Set of War !
BY THE "TiSKEE." JUST ARRIVED
from San 7rancisco, the undersigned have received.
direct from Dixie, the following very choice and favorite
brands of Tobacco, viz :
netress of Virginia,
Hamilton Gold Lear,
Medal Natural Leaf.
Ferguson & Booth's Leaf,
John Anderson's Solace,
Twist in Tin Foil,
Maccaboy and French Rappee Snuff.
A small lot of genuine Havana Cigars and Ciearroa de Garcia,
Meerschaum Fipes ana jigar Homers,
An assorted lot French I'ipes,
Tobacco Pooches "etc.
For sale at the HARBOR COFFEE SALOON on the tbe wharf
corner of Queen and Nuuanu streets.
270-3iu KOLTs kKtuia, rropnetors.
JTc- THE UNDERSICNED OFFER FOR
iTi-itv SALE, the following articles from wrecked bark
grjJV Paulina, vis. :
1 Chain-cable, li in. eir., 101 fathoms,
1 do 1 1-16 In. eir., 87 fathoms.
118 fattioms 1 in. and 1 1-16 In. okl chain,
1 Anchor wooden stock, 16 CS 1700 lbs.,
1 pair Hawsepipes for cable, 2 ft. long, diam. 10 in.,
1 Pipe for fluke chain, diatn. 8 iu.,
2 Chain Stoppers, patent, 1H&4,
1 pair Catheads, complete.
1 Bowsprit and Cap, 29 ft. long,
1 lot Hakmatak Knees,
1 Rudderstock, diam. 13 in., 20 ft. 3 in. long,
I lot com p. Sidelights,
1 Skylight Top, 8a.iu.x20.7 In.,
1 lot old Iron,
1 lot old Lead.
22 wrought iron Knees,
lahaina, Oct. 14, 18C1. 282-lit A.TNNA.
ON SALE. BY RECENT A RR1 VA LS, TH K
following choice a&ortnient of Groceries, at the store of the
Preserves, Bummer savory,
Fresh apples. Curry powder,
Fresh quinces, Ground cassia,
Fresh peaclies, Ground buck pepper,
Fresh pears, W hole do do.
Raspberry J im, Pimento,
Cranherry jam, limund cloves.
Strawberry jam, c, sc., e., Ground ginger,
SI ince meats.
Tins water crackers.
Tins sugar crackers.
Tins soda crackers,
Enelish pie fruits,
Beat OolonK tea.
Crushed and loaf snear. Soap, ke
N. B. Fresh Island buuer and ground eoff-e always on hand
. V. soda,
Fresh currants, in tins.
Tins butter crackers,
Tins oyster crackers.
Tins wine crackers,
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ETC.,
FOB THE STATE OP CALIFOBNIA,
At IUBlala,OarefD. C. Waiersaasi it, Cs.
WILL ATTEND TOTAKING OF DEPOSI
TIONS, Acknowledgments, aud all other Instrumvnu
of Writing to he used in this State.
Honolulu, Dec. 3, 1H. 237--m
PEANUT OIL! PEANUT OIL!
rfMIlS OIL CAN BE USED FOR ANY KIND
M. of Lamps, burns with a
While and Brilliant Light, aad emits
In quantities to suit, for sale at
2S.-2iii MELCHFR3 Co.'s.
AND FOR SALE BY
J. C. SPALDING.
O-Tlsfa LONDON JOCKEY CLUB GIN.
trW 10 casks J. k F. Marten's Brandy,
10 casks Hennessey's Brandy,
15 " Plnet, Castillun at Co-'s Bamdy
30 " Rocbelle Brandy,
200 50-gal. kegs Magnolia Whiskey,
60 caxes Duff Gordon Slierry,
600 dtc. Byass' 1'ale Ale.
150 hoses Sperm Candles,
200 doc. oozes Pembroke Table Salt,
100 pair superior Ox Bows,
200 bundles Hoop Iron,
Crates assorted White Ware Crockery,
600 dr. Denim Frocks and Pants,
2X) Axe Helves,
100 bags California Oats,
100 cs. Oysters, asst. Meats, Green Peas, Green Corn, and
asst. Pie Proits,
A large variety of family aad ship Stores and Groceries, "
Plows, Stores, Ships Cambooses,
And small STOVES for Schooners and Coasters
KONA COFFEE, New Crop of 18C1.
And a general variety of merchandise, suited to S. I. trade.
Honolulu, Sept. 26, 1361. 279-3m
3 tel.. lass. S m: . 1S"
$1.00 I2 fzM $1 W $M
l.&o t oo a nu oo a no
SOU 2-iO 4 00 OO 1.M
2 SO 3 0O OO B OO 14.00
4 00 i 00 S.00 12 00 IsOO
V OO 12.00 2W 4AO0
. . is UO io VO SO WO M OO
2O00 37.40 TSOO 140.OO
Steam Biscuit Bikcry.
flHIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RFS
sw vaas(w iinui m .. . n
at II I 1 . . U : ....; Dalraew K-blnf TitiWW in f II 1 1 kl afrftl mil.
IOC I1UIMHU1U cvraui tJirtaii. iMta.i j .-(.a, - 'i
he is prepared to furninh Pilot and Nary Bread, Water Crack
er aoa outer u tr 1 jM.to vi
AU of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
Parties furnishing their own flour for ship bread, will hare it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to
XT Orders in Honolulu for shipping to lie left with Messrs.
Wilcox, Richards It Co., Queen Street. 270-6m
IT All BBvrrlUrmrBls ynVle la. sr.Xl
Five Unf f .SO
Ten Lines....... 1 O0
Fifteen Lines.... I U
Twenty Uses... 3 00
Thirty lnfs.... 3.00
All tiaasieut adverti-emenu (arst iosertion) per line.... 10 er
reach subsequent d. - "
Business cards, (not exceeding lines.) per a -worn t
(Each BddiUonal line.) - -
XT Payable always In advance. JTT
Ships advts., (not exreoling 10liospce,)rst lnrtioa.l 00
Each subseMwrnl inwrtkia Mot
graavBBLT Airunottl will tecliarged at the foUowmg rates
payable at the end ol each quarter t
For one square, (or the spare of SO lines,) per .after... I 00
For one-fourUi of a column, per quarter....... Ill J
', one-half a column, rr quarter.
for a whole column, per quarter. ......
the i mh;hsi(Jim:d
HAVE ON HANI) AM FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WHICH ARK
Fancy Prints of a prit variety of ntyUai an J colon ,
Mourning PriLt. '
Two-blue PrinU, -Indigo
Blue Cottons, '
Minute Pattorn Turkey red and ytllow PrinU
White ground Muslin, niall patterns,
Drillianta small and medium patterns,
Black and White tape check Muslins,
Plain Turkey Red Cloth,
Cotton Handkerchiefs, .
Cotton Sheeting, !
White Cotton Drills, .
A great variety of Cotton Trowxorings,
Plain Black Silk !
Fancy figured Silks,
Pure Bilk lUndkrrchlefs.
lubroidered lilk flfured Alpacas. , ,
Fine black Alpacas,
Black and colored figured Lustre,
Plain colored Lustres,
. Superfine black and Mue Cloth,
Superfine black Cassfanere,
Ftaia blue Flaaarl, '
Common black and blue Cloth,
Black and fancy Doesluns and ml sad Tro wserlngs . ,
White Blanketa, all sixes.
Blue Blaiikets, all sixes, '
Scarlet Blankets, all slses, .
Common Blankets, lor horat cloth,
Brussels and velvet Carpeting,
. - WmllM Pt.lia
LITSEIV HIIEETING ! I
Huckaback Towels and Toweling,
Plain white and fancy tinea Drills,
Clothing, Shirts, Shoes, Ac.
Black Cloth Pants, best Pilot Jackets, com son do..
Blue serge Shirts of all qualities.
Woollen Undershirts, worsted Stockings ,
White Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirts.
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Boots and Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, embr. cotton Overshirts.
Brown Soap, Pickles, Pie Fruits, Sauces. M-sta.d, Salad OIL
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuits, Olives, Capers, Jama,
Candies, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, Ubto Bait, Carrie Powder,
33Xiia0 J THAI
Currants, Blue, Starch, Marking Ink, Bnidlita Powder.
Best English Saddles, common do., PeMon Rags,
Boiled Linseed Oil, cotton CmbrelUs, Bilk Umbrellas,
Hughes & Jones Perfumery,
Musk, Essence of Sandal Wood, Windsor 8oap,
SarsapariUa, nests Tubs, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron,
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted i Boiler Plate, Iron Bfcfes, Crow Bars, "
Tin Plate, IC and IX, bright Iron Wire, Sheet Lead.
Sets Sugar Pans,
Nobles k Uoare! assorted Varnishes,
ROSK ELL'S WATCHES, fold and silver.
Bottled Ale and Forter, various brands,
Draught Ale in hhda.,
MarteH's Brandy, in qr. casks,
HenneHsy'a Brandy, in qr. casks,
Otard's Brandy, io qr. casks.
Common Brandy, in qr. casks.
Cases Ginger Brandy,
Cases Scotch Whisky,
Cs Royal Highland Whisky,
Cases Old Tom Gin,
Cases Glenlivet Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sand e man's Port,
Cases Champagne, Forestier Fits,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margaux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
White Granite Dinner st.
White Granite Tea sets4
Dishes, Plates, Jugs, Mugs,
Ale Lai coverea Jugs,
Breakfast Cups and Saucers,
Ewers and Basins, Cover Dishes,
Yellow Nappies, Teapots,
N. B. This Earthenware, is now open, and is
offered in lots to suit families, at unprecedented- J
ly low rates, to close shipments.
Janion, Green & Co.
Honolulu April 4, 1SG1 280-q