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I pBMkk4 Kvcrr TkiraUr Mri.
Citt 5 Iilasd Scscirn-J3i, $.00 a Ysaa.
The auburn p: loo price fnr all jpt forward toforeiimsoon
trt. U i:SO perannnm. l.K-h irvlcl- th? Am-ran ami
11 awaitao p A 11 paOT for American or European porta,
will he l'o;i-l ?taU- p--lJ Ham onthero.
1 8ca-M'aim Patablb Alwtrs I Aiacs.
XT t'ofmunUriooa from a'.l par.s of the Pacific IU always
b very ccrtab'.
CUMMCKCUL PKIXTI.VC OFFICE.
TLAIX ASI FANCY
ROOK AM JOB PRIXTIXC
BOOK.. BILLS -r EXCHANGE.
UILLHK4K?. CONSULAR BLASHS,
C I EC r L A R.. BLANK OK K D3.
AUCTION BIT.fi. HAND KILLS.
PAH Pit LET 5, SHOP BILLS
XT TIJITHU, BfSlXES? AND ADMtESS CARDS pc.nttd
oo Taakea Card Pre," lo the hight at jU- of the art.
JR. u fill Select elie-
(Of lhc gairatian islands.
Uutpalakca, E. M.. May 2SJ, 1852.
It U urns time iloce I attempted to write 700 ; in
fct. my a Woe frees " the corner" baa ln now of
0 long daratioo, I . in a measure, forgotten the
art of twaddle; but bating read of late some cf the
ministerial reports, with the accompaojiog documents
from A to Z, both inclusive." I do not despair of
Baking something out of the few notes I have, if tocU
tremendous state document can be eliminated from
tbc scanty material in possession tf the Minister of
Furrin" AnVirs. Km a rant.
Appearasea of tha l ifu lantatlona.
t bate receatly returned from a visit to Waikapo,
TOailuka. and Makawao. and am happj to write ths.
the ene locks flourishing, and the coming crops, 1.
not damaged by drought, will be largely in excess of
those of former yer. A windmill for rais'ng water
from the gulch near the Cist Maui and Brewer Plan
tations. Makawao. bas been erected, and is. I bear,
in the full tide of successful operation.
The busiest spot I met with in my trip was at Wai
KApu, where iy friend. Mr. James Louzada, was
erecting buildings, ic, for a sugar null. Activity
ari bustle reigned, giving evidence of a vitality
brought into existence by the energy and go aheadi.
tiveness of one man. Here were a store, blacksmith
and carpenter's shops, all in full blast. Three other
buildings were in course of erection, and would soon
be finished. A commencement had been made to re
move the ti'rt in order to lay the foundation of the
sugar and boiling bouse, which are to be built of
stone and of the dimensions of lto foet by feet
The mill ar.d trash bouses will follow suit. Six
months in the year the mill will be run by water
power, daring the remainder the motive power will
t male. The iron-work for the machinery is to be
constrncted by Mr. T. Hughes of Honolulu, and Mr.
L. expects to commence making sugnr about the 1st
of December next. The beneficial result of this em
ployment of capital in a village like Waikapo, ia
already visible The natives as well as foreigners
are planting every piece of land, where tbey can
obtain water to irrigate it. and in whatever direction
yon looked, you could see the plow and harrow at
work. At the end of the year, there will be 250 to
300 acres of cane planted. Success, then, to the
proprietor of Louzidasville; and if he who causes
two blades of grass to grow, where only one grew
before, is to be held as a benefactor to bis country,
let the young arithmeticians at Punabou solve the
problem, bow high in the public estimation he sboutd
be held, who m&kes 800 acres of cane yield tribute
to the material resources of the kingdom, where
before but a few acres were cultivated, or just enough
to show that it was ia the nature of the soil to pro
Tiald of Sugar to the Aera at Waikapo.
Some ten months ago I chronicled to fume, that a
single acre oi land on the Makee Plantation, situated
ia a most favcrable position, bad yielded 5 tons of
sugar to the acre. There was considerable elongation
of the angles of the moutb, with some, at this state
ment, but as the gentlemanly proprietor of the plan
tation bad the sugar at the time stowed away in bis
godowns. aud bis no less gentlemanly clerk, (if you
do act say a good word for yourself now-a-days. no
one else will.) has since bad the satisfaction of post
ing the account of sales of the same, why let etn
elongate, and swallow this. Mark Previer at Wai
kapo bad standing, when I bad the pleasure of seeing
it four weeks ago. before his house, three-fifths ol an
aert cf cane. Fince, then, it bas been sold, taken to
Makawao. and put through tbe mill of the Brewer
Pliutrticn. vielJ'iD over 7.800 Bs. of sugar. Tbe
whole area only measured three-fifths of an acre.
and toy informant tells me, that tbe 7.E00 lbs. of
sugar was the product of about half an acre only.
If this don't "eat Bannaghcr." what does ? Equal
to six and a half tons of sugar to the acre ! Gott
avil an, as the motto reads on the Prussian Consul's
sign, in Honolulu, which Aleck C. always translates
Hot mittens. Why don't the shopkeepers in Hono
lulu, whom His Excellency the Minister of Finance
is after with a sharp stick, sell out, rare, gtt up and
git, and invest in Waikapo sugar lands ? "I pause
(paws is intended to be a goak for Aleck's mittens.)
A year at Waikapo matures tbe cane for the mill,
while it require;) double that time on the hills of UIu
palakua and Mokawao. As water is needed for irri
gating the plsios. they are digging a well on tbe fiat
ia Waikapo. twelve feet in diameter. It is estimated
that a deh ot 00 to 100 feet will have to be reached
before water can be obtained. If government bad
any money, tbe Legislature could do nothing better
than to make an appropriation to assist so worthy an
undertaking, or let the Executive appropriate it any
how, charge it against the " Milinetary" Fund, and
- dc away with a few one-fortieths of a soldier to each
inhabitant of the group.
Sugar Items from Manila.
Under date of Manila. 1st of February, current, I
have read a letter from a gentleman who visited
these islands in August last, and took great interest
in our sugar plantations. As the following maybe
of interest to many here, I quote for their benefit :
" On the 6ih of January, I started on a trip into
the interior. During the seventeen days 1 was absent.
I made nearly tbe entire circuit of the Laguna de
Taal, and abo of bay. visiting the volcano, and the
city of Batanzas, which was our southernmost point.
1 saw a good deal of sugar-making while absent, and
picked up come items which may perhaps interest
7ou. The Quality of suzar generally produce! in
tnese islands, is suitable only for refining, and is
shipped largely to California. Australia. Europe and
America for that purpose. As now made by the na
tives, it would be difficult to improve the quality, as
all their appliances are of the rudest possible descrip
tor. Their rollers are always perpendicular, and
rsuaily wood, although I saw some that were made
of bine granite. Buffaloes furnish the motive power
ia al. instances. I saw an Eog'ish gentleman, Mr.
Scott. At Calaan. who has the only steam engine for
sugsr-raaking in these parts, the only one I imagine
between your islands and Ceylon, and he now regrets
having incurred the expense of it. as bis sugar is
0 cents per pecul better than the common sort, and
1.1 of sale, while the staple article is always in de
stand for cash. In one word, there is no market
here for tbe intermediate grade which you make, and
tie Refinery in this city bas not proved a profitable
roncern. although famished with tbe best of French
ma;hinery. Tbe best class of consumeis in the inte
rior, purify the local made sugar with whiles of eggs,
into caramtlo. and prefer it to tbe refined article
made here, so that the consumption of real loaf sugar
is er.ofincd 10 this city. Mr. Scott grinds with three
rollers 5 fee Ion?, 27 inches in diameter, pumps
directly into bis ciarifiers, wbichyre heated to 21
by exhaust tteatn. bas two batteries of 5 kettles each,
cools in canoe shape.!, wooden vessels, and drains for
six weeks in vats like a V made of mats and bamboo,
each holding about two tons; cane generally small,
very short joint, a yellow vsriety peculiar to these
islands; white and red kinds do about as well; g.ind
at ten to twelve months o?d. three years cutting to
once plant tog; stripping tbe dead leaves, is unknown
1 ' - '
Ht H 1.11 II K l WKKKI.V UV
llU.VKV M. WIIIT.NEV.
llOXOLULUs HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNK o,
SIX DOLLARS PER AXXVM
VOL.. VI. ' 49. WHOLE N. 315.
Sugar at E
Mr. Xeedbatn in'orma me he bas &0 acres platted
and up, at bis new plautatiun in liana, and expects
to be at work grinding about the 1st of December.
Bis at Wailuku.
Notwithstanding the bard luck o! Lawyer Have
kost ia rice growing last season, owing to the preva
lence of the Kouas about the time of harvesting, he
is at it again, and with Rev. Mr. Alexander, bas
some acres under cultivation. I notice Mr. II 's
appointment as Registrar of Conveyances, and trust
it will not interfere through the laborious duties
attendant upon that office, with tbe lively interest
which that gentleman has always taken in agricul
tural enterprises in thia district. .
Wailuku Flour Mill.
The Flour Mill at Wailuku, lately run by tne Hon.
member from that place, W. II. Kaauwai, Esq., bas
changed hands. 1 understand tbe purchaser is a
Honolulu merchant. It is now being repaired, and
a new run of stobe put up. Tbe latter was lately
imported from Sao Franc'sco by the Yankee. A
practical miller from California is superintending
tbe work, and no doubt East Mali will scon turn
out as fine flour as Honolulu.
Sugar Mill at Wailuku.
There is an on dit" floitiug about that a sugar
mill is to be erected. This is desideratum much
u.-iked for by the inhabitant. This would no doubt
be accomplished, could sufficient laud be obtained at
a reasonable figure to justify a capitalist to embark
in tbe emerprise, so as to be independent of the
whims of the free and enlightened citizens," who
in their willingness to work are a good deal like
women, of whom, according to Hudibras,
When t!ijr will. th-jr wilt, there no denying oti't,
W hen tlx-y vou't, lli-y wuu'l, and then.-' an rn.l on't.
If Hudibras did not say so, I forgive bim, and
always think be had ought to.
II. S. X. Co, " Kilauea
Ibis fine boat again rejoices our eyes with her
regular appearance. For three or four weeks, I
mentally declaimed Banished from Rome, as they
one by ooe rolled by, and gave no token of her arri
val. One of the wealthiest merchants of Kalepolepo
and the writer, had two or three serious conver
sations about payiug up ber liabilities, or buying,
if we could get the stock at twenty-five cents on the
dollar, and not allowing ber to be sold for China.
But I see the Government and Mr. Green have anti
cipated us, although they have paid, rumor says, a j
higher figure, say forty cents. I am glad tbey nave,
for aj usual. I went iuto the thing impulsively, and
found on my return borne, I bad been too brash in
my intentions, for, on taking account of cash on
band. I discovered I had just money enough left to
pay for a present I had ordered for a
Mai'l-n irce i-t?cn y ar nil.
With a very Urye furta itw of ilver and (rold-
Having nary a dime. 1 am thete'ore in precisely
the right situation to offer a sound opinion, iu tbe
words of Jack Bunsby, an opiuion as is an opin
ion " Government ought to keep this, boat going,
even at a little temporary loss on the investment. It
is hard to have to say that the Hawaiian Elands
cannot support oie steamer, but such would appear
to be tbe case. This is ihe more to be regretted, just
as the islands are on the point of being made tbe
intermediate stopping place between San Francisco
and China for the new line of steamers. The opposi
tion between the schooners and steameY, if it has
bad tbe effect to indue a more economical expendi
ture, will have indirectly performed a great good.
More anon. paha. Ego met.
jGrotllinas an Vital esUtt.
Dit. J. MOTT SMITH,
OScc Corner of Fvirt and Hotel Street.
CIIAS. F. t;i'ILLOU, -M. 1 ,
Late f-unrmo United States Nary, late Comular Phyician to
American seamen and general practitiouer.
Office corner Kaahuuunu and Mercbaut streets, and residence
at lr. Wond's Manmun. Hotel street.
Medical had Surgical advice in English, French, Spanish, and
O0.ce hours from 11 a. u. to 2 r. at otn. r hours mquir; at
1 is residence. b-ly
II. STAXCKMVALD, 31. 1.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
Late New York City PUpensary Phyician, member of the
!-. I ico Chirurgkal College aud of the Pathological Society
of New York .
Offlcv at Ir. Judd's Drag Sore, on F- rt Street. Residence in
Nuuanu Valley. oKnite that of K. O. Hall. U. 277-ly
E. HOFFMANN, 31. I.,
Physician and Surion, Mskee's block, corner Queen and Kaa
huinanu streets. 267 -ly
to bk ii:t !
Ivvelliii5? lionises I
SUITABLE FOR LARGE FAMILIES!
st AMERICA IIOl'SK OX UKRETAMA
fS?A Street, lately ocoui'irxi by Captain Green and his fam
) '" ilv. w.th or witl out the two cottaces in front.
Kntry irom the 28th January, to 1st February.
Th spacious Ilooe on Waikiki Plains, lately occupied ly
Mr. Jarreit, with its out-hous"S and lame enclosures.
Kntry immediately. Apily to C. C. HARRIS.
aoS-3in Attorney at Law.
THE RESIDEXl'E IX Xll AM VAI-
ley formerly occupied ly Mr. Robert C. Janion. for
particulars apply to W. L. URKKN.
J. V. Al'STIN,
ATTORNEY AXU COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over tho l'ost Office. 267-ly
B. F. EHLERS,
Deulor lit Dry (ioMU, Mil Us, Skc
SOS-ly Fort Street. Honolulu, O.ihu, II. I
BOOT and SHOEMAKER. Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and M.iunakea streets.
WHOLESALE J.U RETAIL MERCIA.T,
Importer of China and other (too 1, dealer in susMrs, molaMes,
coffee, rice, fungus, fee-, on King atrret, next door lo Mt-si-rs.
Cu-itle & Cooke. Sm-ly
MERCHANT TAILOR, on Fort Street, opp-uite Uuress Saloon,
between Kinit and Merchant Slreets.
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting always on hand, and rloth
in made up in the best style. 296-ly
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
ImKrlers and Wholesale Ie.-ilcrs in Fashionable fl-thinp.
Hats, Cats. Hoot and Shoes, and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior F'uriiiMiinit Goods. Store, formerly occu
pied y W. A. Aldrich, Esq., iu Maker's Block. Queen
btreet. Honolulu, Oahu. 27-ly
E. O. HALL,
Importer and Peak-r in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, snd
jreneral Merchandise, corner of Fort and Kini? streeU 2f7-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
W. A. iLDKK II, t. S. VALKKR, S. C. ALI EN.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Importer and Com-n.ssion Merchants Iealers in General
Merchandise, and Agents for the Sale of Inland produce.
Agents for the Lihue, Metcalf, and lVineeville Plantations.
1. C. WATERMAN .t CO.,
COM MISSlOy MERC HA " TS.
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase ami sale of Kxt-hanire, Oil,
lloue. General Merchaiulise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Ic H.iwLAXn, Jr., 4c Co., New Bedford
W. G. E. Piipk, Esq., tlo.
MR(iAS, Stosb Ax Co., San Francisco.
MrRrta tc Mkrhill, do 267-Iy
J. II. COLE,
(rccrs to a. r. ivEarrr.)
At hit late rooms. Queen Street.
II. W. SEVF.KANCE,
AyD COMMISSWX MERCJ1AXT,
Will continue business at the old stand on Queen street.
C. II. I.KW KItS,
Lumber and building materials, Fort St. Honolulu.
II. F. SNOW,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu, Oatbn, II. I. 267-ly
C. IIRKWF.lt 2d,
General Merchant and Agent for the sale of the products of the
Itrewer Plantation. 270-ly
B. VOS HOLT.
TH. C BKCCK.
Von IIOI.T Ac IIEUCK,
General Commission Merchants. Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 207-ly
AL.F.X. J. cart rk;ht,
Commimion Merchant and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahu, H. 1.
ckokcr a. nowi:,
Lumber Merchant Yard on CoraT Horas Srane, New Es
J.4NION. fiUEE.V At U.,
Commission Merchants Fin-Proof Buildings. Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1&59. 267-ly
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Boots and Shoe of every
description. Shoe r'indincs, Pump, Sole, Kicirine, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf. Goat. Hop, and Buck Skins,
Trunks. Valises, Sparrir. Gloves. FrtK and Masks. Black
ins;. Brushes. Hosiery. c. ke. Brick Shoe Store, corner of
Fort ami Merchant Ls.. Honolulu. 11. I. 267-ly
. N. .ii,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Cctlbrt, Mechanics'
Tools and Acaici'LTraAt. IarsHESTS, Fort street. Hono
II. IIACKFELI) At CO.
General Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oahu, 8. I.
CSAS. a. BUHOF.
WM. A. ALDRICH-
IIISIIOP A: CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of u Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street. Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exrhang- on
Messrs. Grissklu Mivrrm Co., New York.
Hknrt A. Piearit. Ki-, - Boston.
Messrs. Morgav. St Co.. - San Francisco.
Will receive depos.ts. discount first-class business paper, and
attend to eoilerting. etc. 267-ly
i r v
it x T I
ALE axd PORTER,
IIOXOI.ULU ST E A 31 FLOUIt 31 ILL Co.
Proprietors. a. P. JUDD, S. SAVIDGE, and C. II. LEWERS
G. P. Jcon, Purchasing Agent.
H. Savidok, Sel'ing Agent.
C. II. Lew kha. Treasurer.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General M-.-rcbanJise, Honolulu. 11. I.
His Ex. R. C. Willi-,
B. F. S!ow, Esq.,
C. A. Williams Ac Co.,
Chas. Brkwkk. Esq.,
Wilcox. Richard & Co.,
PlMOXD : SoS,
Thus. Spencer. Esq.,
II. lirKi.-o. Es.,
B. PlTMAS, Eq.,
McRrKR & Mkrrill,
C. W. Brooks : Co.,
G. T. 1.AWTOS, Esq.,
Fobis, Bhos. At Co.
Field & RK'e,
BHKRtfAS rsca cha. h. lcst.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
1 1 onol nl n. Oahi. II. I.
Jobs. M. Hood. Esq....
Charlks Brkwer, Esq.,
II. A. 1 MROE, t.it ,
Messr.4. McRckr a: Merrill,
C'has. Wolcott Brooks, Esj., i"
Mkssrj. Wm. Ptstac A: Co
Messrs. Pkkle, Htbskll & Co...
a l. i, i: a
A: Si:il KILL
re W. Macy,
Will con.iiiae the General Merchandise and Shippine buslnes
at the above port, where they are prepared lo furnish the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such oilier re
cruits as are required by whale ships at tbe shortest notice,
and on the most reasonable terms. 267-ly
Til ome ck: iT,
Dealer in General Merchandise. Island Produce,
4"c- an'l Commission .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Ililo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortmer.t of every
description of rokIs required by ships aud others. The
highest price given for Island Produce.
Money advanceJ for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Ililo, February 3. 1561. 299-ly
HOUSE AND LOT FOR
Oil TO LET.
THAT CONVEX I EXT DWELLING
..m. in Kokni SrrL onrneil and occupied by Along,
opiosite the residence of Mr. Parke, containins kitchen,
dining-room, parlor, two bed-rooms, and bathing-house, with
wut-r from the government Iils laid on Terms lileral.
O06-2m Apply on the premises
Cottage To Let !
T II E PLEA S A XT T V O.ROO t- i
ifiL'o. ceiuraliv locan-d on Fort Sreet, lately occupied
iL i... .i.u ..n.i..M!.t...l liK4.sion L'iven Immeiltatelv.
Terms low ; apply to
11. M. WHITNEY.
THE IIOl'SK AND PREMISES AT
present occupied by the undersigned, on King
Street. Large and airy and every convenience.
JNO. II. BROWN.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS !
O gg DOORS. ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
f f niouldiugs and raiseil pauul.
50 Sash iNiors, assorted sizes.
Six) pair Window Sash, assorted sizes.
050 pair Blinds, with and without swivels, ass d sites.
Selected expressly for this market, and foi ale low by
307, GEORGE O HOWE.
rMIE I NDERSIGXED WOULD HEREBY
M. give notice to his customers and the j-jMic generally, that
he is prepared to scit every description ol North West lumber in
quantitv, or by small lots, as cheap or cheaper than any other
lierson 'in tbe market. In other words, he wants to sell, and
won't be beaten. (307-q) C H- LEWERS.
JUST RECEIVED !
M SHAVED WHITE EASTERN
shingles, warrauleu to cover 1U0 square lect to
tbe M .
A new lot of the favorit! ottape siding boai.ls.
Piue claploards, 12 feet long and 7 inches wide extra Hack
A small lot of panelled ceiling boards, J inch, a new and very
IIWi an assortment of White and Col'd Paints.
307-q For sale by C. II. LEWERS.
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, BLINDS !
W7X LATE ARRIVALS
SJ 400 Honrs, all sizes and kinds.
200 Window Sash, all kinds,
100 pair Blinds, all sizes.
12 Glass Doors and Blinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
307-q C. II. LEWERS.
S. Iff. DOWSETT,
IS NOW PREPARED 'I'D FLRMSII Bl lLU
iug Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumlier Yard on corner of Queen and F'ort Streets. 20fl-6m
PAINTER, PAPER.HAXREH, Ac.
Opposite Lewis & Norton's Cooperage, King St.
HORSE SHOEING !
IPi-icox Oiositl- XJotlneol
OWING TO THE IIAKII ll.Mt?, ex
the undersigned is prepared to Shoe Horses, "L,
and do all other work in his line at greatly HV'
reduced prices from foimer charge. Xs'
TT All work warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
King Street, opposite the Station House.
W. D. also begs resbectfully to return thanks to the public,
who have so long patronised bim, and hojes for a continuance
of their favors. 311-2m
ELBINC & O'SMEILL,
Cabinet 3Iakers and Undertakers,
iT?!'.-?? R ES P EC! F C LLY INFORM
V9r!u?r''7 the residents of llonolu'u. aud the Ulamis
'v'j generally, that they are at all tim.s pre
pared lo do work in their line, and solicit a share of public pat
ronage. Shop nearly opposite 11. Diiuond ir Son's stole, on King
street, where all orders will be promptly attended to.
Fu-nilurc of all kinds made, and old furniture repaired
I'ndr rtnltins attended to with dispatch.
French and Varnish Peliahimg done in the beat
ALSO On hnnd
GOLD &. KOA MOULDINGS,
Suitable for picture and other frames.
J. P. HUGHES,
MANUFACTURER AND IMPORTER,
HAS ON HAND A LARGE
anil fino assortment of English and
American Saddles, Ranger anil California
Saddles. Ladies' Saddles, Double and
Single Ilarnes;, lray. Cart and Plow Harness, Collars, Bridles,
Martengalcs, Saddle Bwgs, Whips, Block Bent atirrups. uus
and Spurs, California Bits and Spurs, Brushes, Curry Combs,
Mane Comb?, and a general assortment of SADDLERY HARD
WARE, all of which he will sell at very low rates.
Grim. Mnlramraon band at all times. Grass, Hair,
Puluand Spring Matrasses made to order.
I'nrriiiKO Trimming and Upholstering done
in the best style.
Repairing done with neatness and dispatch. Orders of
all kinds, iu my line, strictly and promptly att mlcd to.
IIALSEY & KEEGAIV,
VX 5k. JS O 3NT !Si ,
KING STREET, A EAR THE BETHEL,
THE PUBLIC THAT
the atttve line at
moderate prii'es. California and Hawaiian lime and cement Tor
sale. Particular attention given to all manner of nre works.
Roofs ent ered with composition or slates, and warranted.
Xj- Orders to lie leR at the Lime House, King street 306-0m
they are prepared to do all work
JAJIKS J. O'DO.WEliL,
Practical House and Ship Plumber.
A HYDRAULIC RAMS, LIFTING Force
fli. Pumps, Bath Tubs, Wash Stands. Water Closeta,etc.,
r2-.1 f'"6'1 P the u'st manner. All work done at the
verv l.iwest rates and perfect satisfaction warranted.
-...i..t...n i.ii Km Street, in same building with Geo. C.
MELCIIF.RS & CO.,
Importers and Coiiiiuiioii
&T0NE STORE, KAAP MANU ST., CORNER MERCHANT.
AGENTS FOR THE
Hambi-rcr-Bremkn Fiac Ixsi-rascb Co.
I'iosskh F'loir Mills, San FraneiSv-o.,
Sale of AsKnrr k Kkiniuhdt's Salt ItEF.r,
Sale of St-UAR, .MoLAS.-ts and Other Hawaiian Pbodick.
Consignments rt?pectfully soliciteil, and all orders from the
other islands and abroad, promptly executed.
GCSTAV C. MM.CHERS. J. P. WtCKE, A. SfHAEFER,
Bremen. Honolulu. Honolulu.
Steam Biscuit Bakery
r1IIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RFS
E pectfully inform his friends and the public generally that,
he Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery lieing now in full o-ration.
he is prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy Bread, Water Crack
ers aud other descriptions of
FA.ST CY BISCUITS,
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
Parti) s furnishing their own flour for ship bread, will have 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 be left with Messrs.
Wilcox, Richards S Co., Queen Street. 297-6m
STOVE AND TINSHOP !
Theu1scrirT would inform
alt thoe iu want of
r Lou ens st a p 1: X II OK ST,
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
average claims airainst the said I'nderwriters, occurring in
or about this Kinxdnm, will have to be certified before him.
A ft "
SAM'L- S. CASTLt AHOS. S. COOKS.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
h.nd ar t h nl.l stand, corner of Kmc and School
streets, near the lartre Stone Church. Also at the New !
Fireproof Store in King tr-t. opo:t the Seamen's Cha- !
pel. Agents for VR. JAi MES MEDItlMES. j
J. U OKTII, j
Dealer in General Merchandise, Ililo, Hawaii. Ships supplied .
with recruits at the sliortest notice, on reaoiiaM' terms
Bills of exchange wanted. 26. -ly
Mutual JIarinc Insurance
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed A rents f-.r the aliove company, beg leave to
inform the the public, that they are now repared t issue
M ARIXK INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure
1 Iff. A: O. SEGELKEx,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
j. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPFsS LAID AXD REPAIRED,
gT Ship Work promptly executed. 3
BENNETT &TlV.'KEN N EY,
Boot and Shoe luakers. m
Nuuanu St., west side, above Hotel St. A
All Orders entrusted to us will be attenaea to wmi n.
and dUateb.. 286-ly
"Honolulu"i5oap Works !
W. J. RAWLINS.
rlIIE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
L considerable improvements in the above Establishment,
begs leave to announce to his Customers and the Public in
general, that he is prepared to supply them with genuine
equal, if not snicrior to the best imported.
N. B.-SOAP GREASE WANTED.
Per British Screw Steamer
Xi-oiii. I.oiicloii !
mrRKEV RED AND YELLOW PRINTS.
-- Turkey Red and Yellow Handkerchiefs,
Piesse & Lubln's Extracts,
inch Hoop Iron,
c, &c, Ac,
and for sale by
S02-Sm JANION, GREEN fc CO.
i e rt
riSILV GROCERY k FEED STORE !
Received per "Comet!"
309 -3 m
California Cream Cheese,
California Pilot Bread,
Jenny Lind Cakes,
No. 1 China Rice,
A. D. CARTWRIGnT.
Constantly on Ilsincl.
RECEIVED FROM MAUI AND KAUAI,
on the premises of the undersigned, and for sale by
30o-3ra vos HOLT & HELCK.
COME AND SEE!
SMALL PROFITS ! QllCR SALES
COME rI7 !
SOME OF WHICH ARE DIRECT FROM
NEW YORK, via Panama A Choice assortment of Goods
for Sale at the
sBEE MVS STORE i
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
. . .1 . 1 1 . . . . I . ahnn f.i.niBrl, 1 Wl' II I lit'l 1
. , a 10 state, mat nc na. uibii oowp ...... "--
fi.7 bv G. Siders. and is ready to execute all orders in
his line withneatness and dispatch.
p. g. Particular attention paid to repairing SewmK Machines
JAMES A. HOPPER,
C. 13. WILIilAMS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
TMIE OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
tbe corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE- FrRNIirRE. Koa
Boanls, Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut a.id Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mnhoeany Veneerinsr.
A iarce assortment of (till Moulding, and larpe sixed Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Pininir, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hard and man to order. 267-ly
Hnnolala, March. 1S62.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rsMIK UNDERSIGNED. Agents of the above Com
M pany. are prepared to insure risks airainst fire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
D. N. FLIT.NEn.
Continues his old business in the fireproof building, Kaahuma j
nu street. t
Chromwnetera rate-I by observatio-s of the son and stars ;
with a transit instrument accurately ailjusted to the j
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine i
watch repairing. Sextant an.l quadrant glasses s:lverd j
sad adjusted Chart snd nautical instruments constantly j
on band ami for sale. 2-57-ly
UTAI & A II EC, j
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko. at Papakna. and Iwo
at Pulo, Ililo; Importers an.l Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in China Goodr ; have on hand, for sale, at their estab j
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahaina. Waui j
Burar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, snd a large and
rtmnr nf general merchandiS I
t - a - , I . , ' '
OFFICF. : Southwest corner of Washing,
ton aud Battery street.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to iiue Murine Insurance policies." each b.-ing repon
sude for the sum written on the Polici-s against his on name
only, and for himself and not for others or any of them.
Jons Pariiott. Uames DoXahck,
Georos C. Johssos, William E. BakhoS,
N. Lrstisn. .Jawks im.
James Phkla. ;James B. Hakgis,
LAfATkTTE MATSARD, J. -MoRA MusS.
ALDRICH, WALKER CO. Agents.
. - . . . UmmOmIm u t
TIN WARE :
That he has taken the store
on the corner of King and
Fort Streets, where he wiil
carry on the
37 X 3NT !
In all its branches and in fm-ater variety than can be found
elsewhere in the citv. Having worked at the business formany
vears, l.e f.-els ennddent that he can give satisfaction to all who
may facor him with a call. He will keep constantly on hand a
good assortment of
C?0l3L &tC-7-OJS !
BOTH FOR WOOD AND COAL.
TIN and JAPANNED WARE, consisting in
part of cake lioxes. tea and coQee cans, knife trays. sucarWi.es.
spittoons, nnrse cans, lanterns, Iamis. candlesticks, ic.
Britannia Tea and Coffee Pots, Sheet Lead,
Tin and Copper, Hip Baths, Zinc,
Russia Galvanized and English Sheet Iron,
Children's Baths, Tin Toys, of all kinds.
And all kinds of good nu illv kept in his business, all of which
he will sell EXTREMELY I.OtT FOR CASH, or approved
ere lit. Tin Ware of everv description made of the best materi
als, and Job Work executed in tbe mot workmanlike manner.
Particular attention paid to 77 .V J.VD Z7.VC KOOFI.VG.
and all kinds of L-a 1 work done, botb fi-r vessels and houses.
Among the stock of Cook Stoves, he would call particular at
tention lolhet RYSTAL V A LAC E and U RAMT E STATE.
as being two of the best stoves now in use. Cued up in a superior
manner, and warrant--1 to give satisfaction. For a cheaper
article, he keeps the OCEJ.V PREMIL'M STOt E, and he
will add to his stock, as the trade may reouire.
All those in want of anything in this line would do well to
call and examine his goods for themselves, before purchasing
elsewhere, as he does not intend to be " beat," either in price
JT Persons purchasing stoves at this establishment, can save
an exnense of four or five dollars, as Mr. S. wi'd set them up in
HAWAIIAN SOAP FACTORY !
WIVi. H. HUDDY!
SfAVlXC RECEIVED A LARGE AND FCLL
I ft stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the lx-c Yellow, Brown nod
While SOAP. ALSO
soir a.:vi oii ssoap,
In large or small quantities to suit.
p. S. Soap grease always wanted 79-ly
JAMES A. BI RDICK
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
to his new COOPERAGE 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
ace which they have been pleasel to grant
him for the past ten years, and hopes that by attention to Busi
ness and promptness in the execution of ail orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He his on hand for sale upwards of 4 OOO bbla. of Cnaks
of all sorts and sizes. l2!?"1
W aVJ. H -V R I C H T,
V7oi:l'I RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
public that he is j.repared to Manufacture
Turbine or any other kind of Walrr Wheel,
and warrant them, at reasonable .ates. Orders for any kind o
solicited and promptly attended to.
Koi oa, Oct. 1C, 1S91.
IHOIT WORKS I
riiUF. UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
1 furnish IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, and all kinds of
Machinery and Smith's Work at the Shortest Notice and
STEAM ENGINES AXD BOILERS
MADE TO ORDER.
XT C0N5TANTLT ON HAND A supply of Anvils, Cart
Boxes. Forge Backs, Chain Stoppers. Sash Weights, Stove Plates
and Linings, Dumb Bells, sc., Ac.ic
"V. ro Tt irV.
faTn STnYtwrs. ari M eichta. Move nates i
And as the Prices of Goods have so much advanced, to meet
the times we must charge a small profit.
JUDGE OF THE ASSORTMENT
THE SELECTION 13 WORTHY OF ATTENTION.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchaudise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
AGENTS FOR THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Unrk "Cornel." Cnsl. John Paly,
Speedwell." I'apl. Jns. Smith.
" Vaukre." Capl G. W. Clailon.
One of the alwive vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight anil Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
All of the above vessels have superior accommodations for
Passengers, for whom every corefort will be afforded.
Through Bills Lading, wili be given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise to New York or Boston, the freight being reshipped at San
Francisco, on board first class clippers without extra expenss
Shipiers can also proenre at Boston or New York, through
Bills Lading, fir freight shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Glidden & Williams, Boston and Messrs. W. T. Coleman k Co.,
New York. Messrs. McRuer tf Merrill, Agents for Regular
Disfiatch Line, at San Francisco. 257-ly
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
by different arrivals, the following assortment of Station
ery, to which he would respectfully call attention:
Setts fine acct books, from 1 to Round and flat paper weights,
6 quires, Enameled papers, asstd colors,
A splendid assortment of mem- Gold balance for American coin,
oranda hooks and tablets, Portfolios, with if without locks.
Tuck mem books, every variety. Banker' eases and wallets of
Log books, all sizes, i all sif-s and variety.
Ruled and unruled cap paper. Pencil leads, slate pencils.
letter paper. Sealing wax. several varieties.
Fancy, plain Jt ruled note paper Round and flat ebony and ma
Broad and narrow bill paper, hogany rulers.
Red and white blotting paper. Letter clips bronze, gilt 4 board
Post office envelope paper Printed and blank receipt hooks
Legal cap paywr. Lacquered calendars.
Red lead pencils. Tin paper cutters.
Drawing several kinds. Notarial seals, desk blotter.
Letter copying books, Boxwood sand boxes.
Ink, black, blue, red. carmine, Tissue paper of all colors,
copying and indelible, Physicians' visiting lists.
Steel pens, including Hunt's, Patent ink and pencil erasers,
Hinks, Wells, Gillots, Nos. Port monuak-s. a variety,
706, :io3, and Barnard's vul- Invoice files. Morocco cigar a,
canized pens, and a large rari-Gummed labels, bill hooks,
ety of new styles, Marking brushes.
Bristol board. Cards of every variety,
Enveloj., a great variety. School copy books, many kinds,
Wafers, fancy and common, I argo books printed.
Penholders, a great variety,
Boxes water colors.
Cs mathematical instruments.
Flat copying brcshes,
Nautical almanacs, 1860-1.
I rorv A- cocoa handled erasers. Thermometers of various sizes,
Red tajie. India rubber bands for filing
Li lieu and o.Ti'-e twine, 1 papers,
Irory w boxwood lettersstarr.ps. Boxwood tf metal wafer stands
Gummed lawyer's seals. Vesta matches and boxes.
Splendid steel plate blank notes, and exchange,
Copper and grodium pens for red ink,
Cohen's spring holders for music, coin trays and boxes,
Boxwood and glass screw top traveling ii.k stands.
Flat glass and drop top do, round, square and concave,
Hinzed bill files, ready reference do.
Hudson's patent pen cleaner, red and black liottle wax,
Lipman's patent eyeleting machine and eyelets,
Dampening brushes, sheets oiled paper.
And a large assortment of articles of desk furniture, too numer
ous to particularize. II. M- WHITNEY.
CJEAME.V AND OTHERS CRUISING ON
A the Mexican Coast, should procure a copy of tbe Spanish
Priraar to be had at the Bookstore. Price ga cla.
picture raoie dock
XT All reriUeseis sf ! 'e.XH
1 trl. 3 rl. 1 wio. 3 . 6 mas. I2s.
Firellne. . $ 87 $150 1.60 100 ftl.oa
Ten Line. 100 1 Si 1 00 3 O0 0a .
r.n 1 1. I i 1 &a 4 4.00 S 00 10 09
Twenty lilts... 1M S 00 1 bO i 00 8 00 1100
Thirty Lin...... 3 00 2 W 8 00 0 6S If.W
IU MOO 1S.C0 8SXHI
IS 00 2l 00 SO 00 M.M
20.00 U.0 60 00 100.00
Ships alvtt., (n.4 exoeedlng 10 line. space,-, first inaertioa.il 0
Each subetuent Insertion 0 ets,
Qc atklt A DVKnSKBS will b charred st ths rW-Tto rates.
payable at the end of each quarter i
For one quare, (or the space of 20 UneaOper quarter. . . 00
For one-fourth of a column, per quarter $! 00
For one-half of s eolumn, per qoarter
For a whole column, per quarter ....$40 M
T EC E3
BOOK AND JOB
Is acknowledged to possess
THE BEST ASSORTMENT
JOB PRINTING TYPE
Of any other office
IN THE SAKDWirn ISLANDS,
And is well adapted to the
-SlPEMOn PRINTING !
OF ANY SIZ E,
COLOES ; .
On a " YANKEE CARD PRESS
Hotel Bills of Fare,
Law Blanks, .
On a New Haggles' Job Press.
ice, ice., ice..
On an Adams' Power Press, in the most
unsurpassable style of the art,
BARELY LIVING PRICES!
EST IlaTing long enjoyed the confidence and pat
ronage of tbe public, in our business transactions, we
take tbe opportunity to return our heart-felt thanks
fur past favors a ad respectfully ask a continuaaca ot
Now on hand, a large stock of
SHEET CARDS & CARDS!
Of all kinds and sizes, suitable for
And. other purposes.
DC?" CALL AID IIASKE SPECIIESS AS KMI
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
COMMISSIOIIER OF DEEDS, ETC.,
FOB THE STATS OF CAJLirOBHTX, .
Al nsMlals, Offlee sfD. C.AValcrsisa St pw ;
WILL ATTEND TOTAKINO OF DIP A
T10 N3, Acknowledgments, and all other losttuaieats (
of W ritinj to be a ted in this Bute.
v "KiraVrAocnowieairiBenu, ana su auer laso-Steats
1 L.U'H I ii I , .1 . iIl.-l'-f