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ua?SrfrU,Va. Jju-Jym, f 'tr rii.o j m.mY yjft TV
(Of the iKitniian Afihncto.
IIII.O A.l KILll K.t.
Hilo, .July 10, Y2.
7 J'.ltt-ir f the. P. I '. A'lfrtior
It w.i.-. i'iir int nt:.ri t i 1mv; sdrf.-! fr Mmi
p:vt.I 'ays arc tlms ixunm-xu'il our jur
ny Ii'in-n;irl, but th r' w.i- n --- 1 in pjrt,
r.iinj in that dirr.-tion. TIij .ffi' .M-rri!lt
Ira:vr, arrival y.-riay, n.ri-1 1.4 to eaii t -in ,r
row. We sLiI! uiru'.. th-j oj f ortunity tj vi.-it
tli nI:ihb ..ri'nz f-I.in'l of Maui. Our J-.t"iitkn
altiVit ma fav.ral'!-r rr.t tunity fr oxpIrin
11 ' ' r
t'i- fmirjns f IIil', :ir.J witm.T.in thr pr";rres
f t!i; mtiv-'s i;i the arts of civiliz itivii. The
linn-"' Ims ?.f very grv;it si rife my firt viit t
Hi! . in I tiiin vifitel it in l't't,
tfiat I have lia l ;i f.iv.rahle ijiortii;iity f r o?
rvin the fh:m! which are in jr;:r". 1 1 1 1
is well hii'l out. The rih rife.s of r.th frei"ti-
tn ari'l n itius are 6urruii'l d fy ne.it var ls,
. .nir . r .i I, i - I .t ii . -.
rinnyol wliifh are ljautifuliv ortiaiit'i)tel with
fthruhVry ari'l tl w.rs. h' rne of th-e fl ,wt r-
gardens are attems of t ite arid neatne.ss. You
know tho.-e !,, would cultivate the -oil in l.'ilo,
at'; '- compelled to einj.i..y rioe arei wan rm
Jiobs, for the climate here is decidedly inoi.-t !
Jlilu has appropriately been -styled the v at' r-inj-yhtr
of the islands !"
Ve.-terday wa a great day among the Catho
lics of II do. The Ili.-bop from Honolulu is
here, attcnd-.-l by many of the parochial clergy
from different parts of the i.-Iands. The oeca.-ion
which gathers t-o many of that feet, is the conse
cration of a new church-edifice. The site is ex
cellent, and commands an admirable view of the
harbor. The building is of wood, and t-Iated.
Two l-.fty towers ornament the front of the edi-
Cee, which is really one of the neatest Catholic
churches ujKm the islands. Materials and labor :
eannot have cost less than ten thousand dollars,
(lOMX).) The lalxr !ia.s been j.erlormed al
most exclusively by lay-members of the Catholic
most exclusively by lav-members of the Catholic
.Mission noi Hawaiian, nut lorein lay-mem-
1-rs. If I have he-n correctly infornnrd, but a '
very small amount of the ext.er.se attendin-the
building of Catfiolic churches, is derived, from
The Prot-stant portion of the Ililo population
f have one of the handsomest church-edifices ujon
: the ifandwich Inlands. It is largi and commo
i dious, and finished in the most ta-ttful and sub
. 5tanti.il style. Its cost exceeded twelve thousand
dollars (S 12,000.) The entire expense vva,s borne
by the ieopIe of Ililo and vicinity. It shows
that the jeople value their religious privileges,
ami are willing t contribute liberally for the
building of churches and the sujport of the gos
pel. 1-15 1 week was occupied by our party viiting
the volcano. Kilauea is a great curiosity. It N
one of the great f-ight of our mundane sphere !
Wt- have seen Niagara and Kilauea. At first
night, ierhaps, both disappoint tho beholder ;
but they are yricin wonders. Our ey-s are
adj isted t smaller objects, and at first, the pupil
of the eyes? h not sufficiently dilated to em
brace t fie whole of either Niagara or Kilauea;
but, erelong. whn the lenses of the eye get ad
jusretl, then the mind feela no disappointment.
' At the present time, Kilauea is tolerably active,
though not so much so as I have witnessed it.
The boiling lake of fire" is now about five or
fix hundred feet in diameter. The form of the
lake H ntirly (Kjuare. It" surface is even vary- ilie 'Jiiili nn-l UTtli w:is substantially a Union defeat,
in-. At one time, nearly ended over, and in'a The ,,lCWJ '.'" reached the city j istities 1.0 such
" , , , r -11 1 conclii-ien. ympathizers vv ith si cesi. u are suiiply
fevr moments tfi'J whole surface will L.-comc agi- putting the worst construcii. n upon the inc. tuple e
tattil and broken up. Iirge spots will lwcotne di"patches that h ive already been published On
U.dently so. t!irwing up j ts :;, 4l, veil .'.0 fc t. be 21 of July, as we learn f.om at, umpiestionable
. ... r r . r nathority, specie was commandirig in New i oik but
The U holder ran approach within a few feet or ,,t lirt.ii.iiif An unmistakeable evidence that no
the river of the crater, or edge of lava overhang- calamity has overtaken us, for nothing more quickly
in-the boiling caldron. Our party spent, pT- and certainly shows the state ..f airii.s than the price
. . . . , - of gol 1. It lias not advanced upon the rates of ten
baps, two hours gazing into the " pit, a-j bun- (llJS aRO wh.n g()U wcnt npf .m , c,,;,flj in conM.
tlrtil feet Ih Iovv the place where we stood. 'I here qut nee of the m..einent lor an increased issue of
is no such sight anvwhtre else to be seen upon P -verr, men t paper. When all the 'facts come nut. we
, , ? , r , , believe it will be 8 cn that instead of a calamity, the
our globe, lhere are hundreds ol other Volea- batlle cf the LV.rh and JTrh was a splendid L'nion vic-not-ss,
but nowhere can men, women and ciiil- . tory which has insured the fll of llichmond.
dren" walk up to tiu very brink of the crater,
or ratlier enter the crater itself, and minutely
examine and explore any art of the fearful do
main of fire ! No wonder the -or natives, in
former ag's, jeopletl those regions with g"ds and
giMessesi. As some of our party sat in the house
upon the outer elge of the vast abyss, and watch
ed in the darkness of niht, the ascending smoke
from tfie burning lake, one exclaimed, as she
witnessed the curling vapor and smoke, ' Tln're, .
("tv llc in io,y. ' Now, if a young lady edu
cated amid all the light and knowledge of New
Kngland, and even at that good orthodox sen.in-
ary of Sut!i Hadley, could allow her imagina
tion so far to outstrip her reasoning faculty, as to
fancy the same V k decked out in the modern :
costume of i7.. alas, surely we ought to allow
a large margin for the imagination of the untu
tored savage, who p-eopled those Plutonic regions
with aad her attendants ; with Kamhtriit
the King of Steam ; Tane-hetiri, the husband of
Thunder ; Te-o-ahi-tama-tana, fire thrusting Child ;
of Wai ; (!. f ;' I'oftn'si'in li. s-nnh-t, '
vol. 1 1th, p. Fy the way. thN book of
KIlis, is really the Vst guide-book the traveler
can take in his rambles over the mountains and
alonrr the coasts of Hawaii. Mr. Ktlis was ae
eimp;nied in his t ur around Hawaii by Messrs.
Thurt n and Ilisliop. fhe account of their tour
is well worthy of the perusal of any one who
would understand Hawaii as it appeared f.-rty
years ago, the general outlines of which have
Hut I find ray pen running along and protract
ing this communication to an undue length. A
person traveling with his eyes and ears open,
even through an oft-visited region will always
find something new t arrest attention; but the
great difficulty is in making a truthful and accu
rate report. If the readers of your paper will
-.ardon us for thin intruding upon their atten
tion, we promise to refrain from future trespass!
Yours, Koitok ok tiik " Fkikni.
BLl'B iVl) 11. K ORI.F.AXS.
fcU-k a'4 tAirf il f r dress.-.
IU W f4...re,I siiW neckties,
filii.lL jilk mints,
I'.itts'm. fil : umbrella.
IHack :lk velvet,
Elii-k velvet rlMi.it...
Colored rrlvrt Uei. tj.
Ait.c.tfoii ..-k and 4t vinir.
IlMUliuZ l4Urr Im 1 ll. Tin..
For il-? fy
Our Army llvthvc 2ii-Iiiuoiil.
" The wur bulletin of the '.vernnu-nt I119 ro ac
curate :i'.cvijiit of tl.e state t.f alfiirs ( n the lVii:.t.-u!:i,
by re-ti'.n r.f the interruption if tilcgrarljio cmi
niunic ttii,ri.," sijs i.ur I itc-t 1 itel de-r ;itch from
Wiibii1gt...ri. Thit I ring the c it is ri"t tube
t-xp-otel tint ut this li.-truiee, witli the mcire ari l
ino'-niplcte account-) th'it l.nve re ichcJ us, t ure?ri
xn 1'e f the n.-u!t f the Little of the J''tli nxA l.'7th,
before KichmunJ, -h'iil be very sttirfactoiy. Pre
vious to the-e LimNs M-.CIellun h:i 1 his furces 'Irawn
up iilmig the f Lick ihi.rniny, which little stream all
hii army hi 1 cr( --.1, except the ies.-rve unl Frank
lin's urrl I'orfer's) Ji viijn fieri, t'a-ey protecte.l
the b-jse of oper iti'.r.s from White Hvu-e, whence he
ha ruiln.i couiHiuiji; uiou with West IVitit, on the
We hil a smi'l f,re -it Iftnover (" urt !! ue, cn
the Virginia Crnfr-tl Iliiln.il pr b.iAy it was not
txpecte-1 t-) contribute much in the ii-lv-ince, b-.it it
wis in eiy c m si. utile itivu, in 0 i-e of .-el iuus it! ck,
with White II,u-e. The column l.ich n. irche 1 up
bv .New ISri 1 'e fvrrne 1 II.
ie iiiiiii or tf.e arinv. ilv
.I..-.. - t 1 .. . 1 ... r 1 . 1
1 , , .. . c. 1. .1 .v. . 1
I centre anJ the left. It w.-i this CLiuinn th.it bore
the brunt of the two .1 lys b ittle of F iirOiks. Our
lines trttcbtJ on theljOth frcni bef re Mtch inicsv i!!e
cn the north southw ir J across both the ri a ls th tt
lea 1 into Kichinon l from the tit, ami to near While
Oik Swamp. The right, the northtrn tnl of our
lints, was within five iniks of the city ; tLe left was
over 10 miles away from it.
The " a SI air of lleiiitzlernm's corts supporteJ by
Keyea" ou the l!Cth, which .Mc'kllin teIt-irapheJ,
w 19 :l uuovernent to a lvanoe the entire U .tt m's
llri le column out of the ni irahts, on to the soii.l
,, ,,; i , 1 , .1 , m .1 . -ii e 1
Rrouu i at leaf-t, that was all th it cou.'l be inferreJ,
; at the time, of its meaning. .Now, it sterns it had a
ttill deeper importance; f-r on the preceding Tuts-
llh' rM" 1 v.t Cipt Kttnan and two
cornjianies ot cavalry on a rec junoittring ex; e iition
across the country t. Junes river. Kttnan found
(Jov. Wise ho! lirsg a noaitioii t r noaite Fort I irlinur.
aud that this was I lie extreme ripht of the rebel
army. This knowledge g iined, McCIe'dan proceeded
at once to nccofiipli.-h his purpose of changing the
L.ibc line of Lis operations, bringii.j; his left down to
the Jame liver, evaeiiuting West lV:ut nud occupy
ing Key Iien l ( 1 position 12 miles above t 'ity I'oint
and C miles from Kichinoiid, Ly water, though far
le?s by land) fur his new point of support to his base.
The enemy, however, were not ignorant of his
movements On Thursl.iy afternron. the 20th, a
large force apptared in the vieinity of II mover Court
House whether it was a genuine attempt on the
part of the rebels to flank our light, or was only a
demonstration intended to divert attention from a
more serious attack upon the advauce of the New
bridge c .lamn, is not known. Hut simuitaiieouly
the Ut"lck. UI;,.n tur -Iv!'e. urir Mi-hanicsville
coiiin.ence l I he enemy were in imnien:-e force, and
fought with great detei uiin .it ion from J to 'J 1. M.,
but were met with ttjual spirit and unyielding obsti-
, " V. ltl w U"J,
. ... i . . r f in . t.. .t j 1
ii,e day. Next morning the battle was refined.
The attack was ma lealong theentire line of Ilotkt-r's,
K!""y'9 n'J Summer's Livisions. First, they
attempte.J to break through our right, but were re
pulsed with great slaughter. They then assayed our
left but were rorce-I back with prodigious loss. Still
further reinforced, they male another desperate
assault and weie apparently about to succeed, when
Meagher's fii.-hn.eii came over the hill anl went in
with such a will that the eneriiy fell back to the wood.
The slaughter on lotb sides is repotted as prodigious,
liut whatever lor-ses we 1:1:13" have s-uifercd, the ene
my failed of tatirobj et imd McCIellau gained his.
(ieneral Stunt-man's divUion of the advance of our
right was cut olF from the main army, but by a
circuitous rou'e he brought his safely to Yorktowu
and Fortress Monroi.
Our evacuation of West I'oiut was completed on
Saturday evening, June '2$ th j difficult task achiev
ed with perfect success, without losing a man or leav
ing any property for the rebels who moved in imme
diately afnr fi.-n. Casey went out. Uy Sunday night,
150 barges iind schooners in low of sreamers had
arrived down the York river, at Yoiktown. I5y
Monday rdhr, it wis thought all would be at For
tress Monroe. MtCIelian had taken 40,000 men and
I'M) pieces of artillery arn ss White Oak Swamp, on
which previously his left rested, to a position farther
soutli mi l west, uu l haa opened a line of communi-
cation to James riter, nhere the gunboats arc once
mere available. So our Vouns General lias accom
plished his pnrpds drawn his lines nearer together,
brought hi base closer to Kichmon J, obtained the use
of the J iti.es river and the gunboats on it. yet keep
ing his front unbroken. Whde accomplishing this
herculean ta-k in the face of a rigil.int and desperate
enemy, he has fought a two-iliys battle, which,
though it co-t us perhaps thousands of lives, we have
reason to beliee cost still dearer to the enemy.
The I'rect is fuil of rumors to day of a great ca
lamity ot whispers that the isue of the bailie of
KrulFs Dairy Butter!
rV-r TIIK StT'KKKHi U AI.ITV OF
i:'r?f tU l!l ITKR is now j:eiier:il!y iickni wleiitre.l in
-ml - .fc ,. tl.e coiiiiiuiiiit V The care and cl-:ili!ine 9 used in
ts working an.i ."'U'r i w,-n known.
i kcsii srriLir:s
Received by ev.-ry f ertunity from Kau:ii, ami f r sa!e lit the
Kivn v tiiioeiKv .xi Kkih St.'RK, !
C01-in A. I. CAKTVVRI'JHT.
Tiio splcmliil 1 ic iv Dutch Clipper Ship
1 VI ton pr Ile-iiter. va to leave
OX Al'lill. I ."nli. W IT II A COMl'hKTE
ASMiUTMKXT OF :OOlS.
( In .-In. I in,' n- r :ir. I .1 i-hl: (T yle of PRISTS.)
T'fiy '.;. .1 fr tie M rk.t.
.mpl. s i f jiiv ic. e.rt!y rt.-d via the Ithmu of
P:tn.t!i:i. wh' li
will If I1..1 lv I. arnv bv th- iif.!- ri :?!.!.
J AMoN. OKKKN .V Co
oTBt i: :
ISA KTO W OF MIIAINA
rued acent and :itt..rnj.
KIW AUP 1. I" O.
La'iain.i. Mav !). InOJ. Cli-oin'
OIF. rXDF.KMI'NKD Wild, I' V FOR
JT'HJl 14.11 , 'T JtU.il i r.'lil I'll- !.-. il K Ail.
ii. V. JI'I'I.
VIEWS OF HONOLULU!
i.i. ii:imis visitinc; or rksioixo
on tle- N!a-i.l.;. ihoitld i -t f ul t . n.l a I' ('. 11.
Iturro' Vi-T of Honolulu t-' their fr:.-nd at. road,
H ttiey wiil ciivev y 1 tr a !-:ier i.i'-a ( the S.vnery. Iial.it,
Cii.tmin. rtc, of this plaee than any nrrk or j rii;t w r ub
ishel. To he ha I of K. ltl"K;K.S.
::. F"if -trfi-t.
Tiu: Tax Um.l. Sine' tin; r- j.rt of t!ie tux j
bill was published, s.veral new auiendia- nts have ;
l.-en made to it, as f..ll-ws : 1
V 'T kir.-in a pretty irl. .1.
For ki-.in(; a hmnely one. theestrauinount 1
hein udd-d probably ;i a puiiishia'.-nt for the r
F r l idu s kisin ae!i . 'J.er .10 tliis t ix is
pl.ic-.-d at this rate in rd-.-r to l.r-ak up th-- cus-
torn alt.-.ethiT, it 1j..mii regarded by tur M. t'.'s
as a piece tf inexcusibl.- absurdity. j
F.r every flirtation, 10 cent'. 1
Kverv voting man who has in ...re than one !
' Kirl- .-;.. j
Jtr courting in the kitchen, 2 Cents.
Courting in th sittin-ri.pin, "0 cents.
Courting in the arlr, ,1.
(.'uiirtin in a romantic place, So, and 50 cents
for each olf-. tis, thereafter.
Seeing a lady home from church, '2t cents for
each oil '.-nse.
eein her home from the dime ftei an-1 twud-
die society, 5 cent, the proceeds t be appropri-
ated to the relief of disabled army chaplains
- hi'ly vli. paints, oJ cent.
For wearing low-necked dresses, si.
For each curl on a lady's head above ten, 5
For every unfair device for cntrarping young
men into the ?in of matrimony, ,o.
Wearing hoops larger than ten feet in circum
ference, 8 cents for each hoop.
Old bach l..rs over thirty are taxed 10.
Over forty, ,20.
Over lift y. SoO, and sentenced to banishment
Kach pretty lady is t be taxed from '2') cents
t ) slio. She is to fix the estimate on her own
beauty. It is thought that a very large amount
will b.; realized from this provision.
Kach boy baby, 50 cents.
Kach uirl baby, 10 cents.
Families having more that, eight babies, not to
be taxed. linrhtsftr Dnnorrat.
The Contented Farmer. Once upon a time, I
Frederick King of Prussia, suniained "Old J
Fritz'' took a ride and espied an old farmer
ploughing his acre by the way-side, cheerily sing-
ing his melody
44 lou must le well off, old man.'" said the
king. 4 Does this acre belong to you, on which j
you so industriously labor?''
44 No, sir," replied the farmer, who knew not I
that it was the king.
44 I am not so rich as that, I plonffh for
"How much do you get a day?" asked the
44 Kight groschen," (abut twenty cents,) said
That is not much," said the king, 44 can you
get along with this?"
44 (Jet along? and have something left."
44 How is that?"
The farmer smiled and said : 44 Well, If I must
tell you ; two groschen are for myself and wife ;
and two I pay my old debts; two 1 lend away,
nnI two 1 give away tor the Kom s sake.
44 This is a mystery which 1 cannot solve," re- j
plied the king. " j
44 Then I will solve it for 3011," said the firmer.
44 I have two old parents at home, who kept
me when I was weak arid needed help, and now j
that they are weak and need help, I keen them.
This my debt, toward which I pa' two groschen 1
a day. The third pair of groschen which I lend
away I spend for my children that they mav learn i
something good and receive a Christian instruc- :
tion. This will come handy to me and my wife, 1
when we get old. With the last two groschen I i
maintain two sick sisters, whom 1 would not be j
compelled to keep this I give for the Lord's '
The king, well pleased with his answer, said j
44 Uravely spoken, old man. Now I will give i
you something to guess. Have ou ever seen me
44 Never," said the farmer. j
44 In less than five minutes 3011 shall.see mo fifty I
times, and carry in your pocket li f Ly of my like- I
44 This is a riddle which I cannot unravel," j
said the farmer.
44 Then I will do it for 3011," replied the king, j
Thrusting his hand into his pocket and count- ;
ing him fifty bran-new- gold pieces into his band, !
stamped with his royal likeness, he said to the j
astonished farmer, who knew not what was com- j
in'TT .... I
44 The co:n is genuine, for it also conns from :
our Lord (J d, and 1 am his paymaster. I bid J
3ou ailieu. (.irmai I'ljoma M ss nytr.
Sugar and Mc asses !
From the Plantation of J. MA KEF,
S "3? TJZL .TJ X !
CflfiOB OF 1&12.
For sale by (JUT-tim) C. 11KLV. KU & CO.
Kiu;s iih;iii,v :i.v.vAt imiwdk.k,
Cases Indian Uilie Powder,
V..r sale by
C. liRKVVKR CO.
I I'AIK X(. 7 IMIKIM .MiS I'LATFOUM
. Si'AI.KS,on wlicrN Ur-ro siz latelv r-eeived.
For sal- by fol'J-."m) C. KltKWFK & CO.
wit ON I' LOWS, II A V CrTTKUS,
J Ox Yokes, Seed Planters,
V Cane Cutters,
lintiii Cr:il!e. ti.ii-t n Hollers,
Planters H.x s, Wheelbarrows,
Cu'.tivati.rs' Teeth, (iriinlstoiies,
Uardeli KakeS. For?:..' bv
SIMin C. HKKVVKi; i CO
the 1111 d'Tsijiied
.4 X I FOU S ALK II V
7.) Hbls, Hawaiian !) ( ('.
Warranted, Packed and Cured in Turk's Island Salt.
31'.-ota CH AS. I'.KEV. F.K. 2t
Snar and Svrup Kt-s.
-1 AM) S ;AI K.MI'TV KFf'S.-
2 Fortalc by (:Jl'.-:;m) C. lMlKWKIl CO.
Olil Coiier :ibkI
SlI KC'IIASF.n at Tin: IIICIIFST mar.
KKT PP.ICK, bv
ol.-3m C. P.UKWF.R A- CO.
i : x c : t : i " r m : s ? a o ' r a c i : .
ISTATK OF W. II. RICK. TIIK l inlor
A signed. K-cii!r ef the will of W. II. Ui.-, of I.ihue,
l it" d.ee.ii'-.l. h -rel.y ti. tiry al. leaser iad. ' ttd t. s i l et.ite
t. make iii.in-1: ite payment to Pell I -erib.-r. .f l.i.u.-. oiie f
th -und. ri.-n. d ; ! p. ri..ts havintr lawful claims aaii.st
said e-tate, to proent thviu wi:li..tjt delav to s.iid N. n'. r.
M. S. Kil l:. Kveutrix.
I.itf. i:, Kau ii, July 7. ISoJ. CJl-jt
VSI FF.RIOR A RTK'I.K. in qimrl..
Ft e;.le at
;;:o-;ni MKi.rm.KS c.
iAl.T WATF.R SOAP.
noi.i. iyn m.vK
For .i!e at
lilac k anil Uhiv Hroadcloth.
Ill XT R A F1XKUIALITV.
Ij F-.r ! ut
HAVE ON HAND AN1 FOK
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONOST WHICH ARK
j Fancv Prints of a great variety of styles and colors.
Indigo llue Cottons,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Prints
White ground Muslins, small patterns,
' 44 medium "
Brilliants small and medium patterns,
Black and White tae check Muslins,
Plain Turkey lied Cloth,
White Cott n Drills,
A great variety of Cotton Trowserings,
riain Kiack Silk!
! Fiincy fi?urM Silk,
j Plire Silk HkcrcWef..
Sewii g Silk,
Jlnibroidered silk figured Alpaeas
Fine I ! : i e k Alpacas,
l i n k and colored figured Lustres,
Plain colored Lustres,
Superfine Mack and blue Cloth;
Superfine black Cassimere,
Plain blue Flannel,
Common black and blue Cloth,
L'I'K'k and fancy Doeskins and mixed Trowserings
White Blankets, all sizes,
Elue Blankets, all sizes,
Scarlet Blankets, all sizes.
Common Elankets, for horse cloth,
Brussels and velvet CarpeLing,
Kail way Hug.',
Huckaback Towels and Towcliiit',
Plain white and fancy Linen Prills,
Clothing, Shirt, Shoes, Arc.
Black Cloth Pants, tost Pilot Jackets, common do.,
lllue serge Shirts of all qualities,
Woollen Undershirts, worsted Stockings ,
vVhite Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirts,
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
La-lies Riding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes.
Children's Roots an 1 Shoes, Crimean Roots,
Sup. cotton half hose, cnibr. cotton Overshirts.
Brown Soap, Pickles, Pie Fruits. Sauces, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuits, Olives, Capers, Jams,
Caudies, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, table Salt, Currie Powder.
BIjAC IS! "37 33 -A. I
Currants, Blue, Starch, Marking Ink Seidlitz Powder.
Best English Saddles, Common do., Pellon llus,
Boiled Linseed Oil, cotton I'mbrellas, Silk Umbrellas,
Hughes 6t Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Kssence nf Sandal Wood, Windsor Soap,
Sarsaparilla, nests Tubs, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted; I!o;l.T Plate, Iron Safes, Crow Barn,
Tin Plate, IC anil IX, bright. Iron Wire, Sheet Lead
Sets Sugar Pans,
Nobles .V Iloare's assorted Varnishes,
ROSKF.LL'S WATCH KS, gold and silver.
Bottled Ale and Forter, various brands,
Uraught Ale in lilids.,
Martoll's lirandv, in fjr. ras-ks,
llennessy's Ilrandy, in qr. casks,
Otard's Ilrandy, in qr. casks,
('uninon lirandv, in qr. casks.
Cases (iinrrer lirandv, i
Cases Scotcii Wliiskv,
Cs Koyal Highland Wliiskv,
Cases Old Turn Co'n,
Cases I'llenlivet AVhi.-ky,
The celebrated FALL ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Dull Gordon Sherry,
Cases J?njier. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandetnan's Port,
Cases Champagne, Fores tier Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Marzaux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
White Granite Dinner sts.
White Graiiite Tea sets,
Dishes. Plates. Jugs Mu;,
Metal covered Jugs,
Breakfast Cups and .Saucers.
Ewers and Basins, Cover Dishes.
Yellow Nappies, Teapots,
V- l) ti- r .1 i-l
X II I ft i h irniiMiivirii ic Ti. iu rw.i.n on. I !
-' ...... ...v..- it...... , ..--.I umi 1
ofl'eretl in hits to suit families at imj recedented,
lv low rates, to close .-hii rnents.
Janion, Green & Co.
Honolulu April 4, lSol ."ilO-Mm
FIELD & RICE,
No. tl lM'.YIU. STKI'I'.T,
HARM M W. Hl.I I. WILLIAM U. KICK.
STEAMERS FOR SALE!
Til K V N I K Ii s 1 ; V Y I II s
- i -vor:i! KVV;in,i .-KCOM'-ll M 1R.X
J.JiiJv VVO. 1 I" AIiiiJ.K ;i;.J SCKKW STEAM-
s-- tRS ON SALK.
rrioe of New Steamers, rull-poweivj an.t clatsl A 1 at
Ll.iyu". J 10s. Sterlir.i; per ton reiter, and complete for sea.
Unlcrs for stores promptly shippe.l.
R. SORTON PA nil V,
CI Camomile Street, L iidoti, Eiiklaiul.
lyKnniXR, visitinc; am fm sixkss
Cards, ea":s au.l other tnirraviug cut to order.
IZTApent in Honolulu, Pr.SMITH, Dentist, where priees and
Sjiecinien Cards may tie seen. 3l!-ly
4 FI LL ASSOKTM EXT OK Til K .4 HO V K
goods constantly in Store ami for sale at lowest market rut on.
Xew IJjiA tMi Cloeli: Oo;.
Manufacture, (formerly the JEKOMK Co..) for wbiih we are
Sole Agents for California.
A complete assortment alwnyg on hand.
IIAYXKS Jfc LAWTO.V,
o I C Saiiwoino St. corner of Merchant, .') I It
SAX FRAX CISCO.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
FA Mill SEWI.YG JI.ltIII.VE!
ALL FORMER OBJECTIONS OVERCOME.
so r.E:ATEa6:s: pah i sbs
new srytH mmntz
THE NEW ST7LE HEMMER
TIMXSIMUKXT CLOTH PRESKEK
ARK ATTACI1F.I) TO TIIF.
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
SEND l OR A CIRCULAR.
A. C. IIAYIMLY, Acnt,
.Corner Sacramento and Montgomery Sts.
A. F. BROWN,
. mn i i ti.
" Wostenholm's " Pocket Cutlery.
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
.4 GEyER.-IL JSSORTMi:.T.
Constantly on hand :md in ree'i t '-y every I'jteket.
30S BATTER. V STREET. Sun Frnnci.co.
A. V. UVUKETT,
VIC TORI , V. I.
UKFF.lt F.Ni I S :
Mers. MeKt kk ,t Mkkkiii.
C. W. ItH.Iek- A- Co
Hi Kx. R. C. Wvn
Messts. A I I'lu. II, W ai ki:K Co.,
It. F. S..w. Fju
J. C. SiiiNi;, i;g
ClIAS. v.. iiTT KKUek-i, W. KHA.NK LArI, KIM AKI T. 'lAl.l,
CIIAS. . BROOKS CO.,
123 Sansonu Street, Sun I'r'tnric
I1ARTK l l.AK ATTF.XTIOX I KXTf,
the I'urehiis.-. Siu.ment an.l Sile.-f Mt-rrhiiilie ; tpt.
warding and Triinr.hi.n,t nt ..f ('..ul ; the Churteriiik ti '
of Vessels; the su.iljrii.AT ef W hiikshij. ; and the Nrfotu' kl
Escliange on Ilonolul j in sur.iu to suit.
ADVANCES 3IADE OX CONSIGNMENTS.
B. F. Svoif, Ksj., Honolulu
Jas. HrsNKWKi i , Boston.
Hknkv A. I'kihik,
ClIA. Ullf'M'KK. "
TllATKK, 1'HK.IIAM & lirip
l . Hhkwkh .V t o., '
J t. Waikkii.
H. H ArKFM.r A; Co., "
llKNJ. I'lTMAN, Ililo.
Sitton A: Co.,
Swift & Ai.i.kx, New Bedford.
D. C. M RrtK. j. c. JUklitL
iici:i 1:1: A: iik:i:i:ii,i
( oiiiniission Hcrcliants
AlIKXTs OF TIIF.
Regular Disjxiteh Line of Honolulu. Padtts.
XT AH freiplit arriving; in transitu for the San.ln it h Island,
will he rtveive.l and forwarded ly the "Regular lisatch Lint'
FKKK 'F rONMISSInN.
Particular attention paiil to f..rw irdinp and trnnhl.i!)ent o
merehiindise, sale of whalemen's lills. and other exchnnpr. In
sursnee of merchandise and up vie under ojien policies, iu)iif
Iig wlikleships, chartering; ships, etc.
117 and 119 California street,
HKI Ml TO :
Captain B K. Pxow. (
Messrs. C Hhkwkh $ Co., i Honolulu.
COR II ACE OF EVERV SIZE MAXI'FAC
1LRKK to order. Constantly on hnml, n larire a-n.rl-ment
of .V.LVLJ AMI) HUMP R(tpj:, (all siz,) BttU
U !, Tow Line, tlakiim, Ac, for sale by
31-ly 139 Front Street, San Fianrisco.
JT. J. S(M Tlfli; ATI A: Co.
Inipoi (( rs . Commission Mt'rcliants.
BRICK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
UNION WIIAItr, VICTORIA, V. I.,
RKFKR BY l-F.RMISSION.TO
Mkssrh. R. Pa vinsox At Co., Bankers, San Francisco,
" Daniel lmn Ar Co,
" C A. Liw A Co., Pan Frunciseo.
" Ckoss f,- Co.,
" E. HOFFSenLAF.IiRR A: PTAI'KSHiiUST, Honolulu.
SINGER & CO.'S
WE HAVE Jl'ST RECEIVED, IHRECT
from New York, und will continue to receive ly every
steamer, a number of our
Silk, Xcffllfs, CoUon, vie.
The (.'real demand for these Mixhines has left us without
them for a short time hack, mid we wish now to inform our cus
tomers and those whom we have ln'iru unalde to supply villi
them that we have made such urrantrenieins as will lorerrpre
clude the possibility of our liuing left without Silk, Needles, or
From the jrreat inimlH-r of tVese Machines sold, and lh uni
versal satifaetiixi piven ly I hem wherever used, we do nut lie
itate to pronounce ihem Mipcrior i'l
S PEE II,
nine AIM 1. 1 TV,
AN1I COOI) EXECI'TIOX OF ALL
KINDS OF WORK
TO ANY MACHINE NOW BEFORE THE ITBL1C
We esjK'cially recommeiid them 'o Ranches and silu;iti'.'i re
mote from town, as they gite no trouble or annoyance by getting
out of order.
Our Man u (he til rim:: illjicliincs
Always on hand. Machines for
; All Kit AM .MATTRESS III XD
IIAICXESSA .M I.KlTIIKIt OKK.
t A R R I A O E T R I M M I N (.',
And all branches of maniifacrtiiriui; where Sewif.B Mnchmf
We invite Dress, Cloak, und Shirt Makers to
II. V. ItROIIERICK, Agent,
13D Montgomery Street,
So. Om SAX FRANCISCO.
In I'liblilicil Kvcry Tliurwla) MoriiiuS,
Citv ash Island Srasi:R!FTM:s, a Yfar.
The siilncrip- ion price f.r all papers for ward. .1 1 of. iren:n coun
tries, is ST 50 per annum, A't.ich include, the Aniericsn
Hawaiian posta'. s. Ail p iiT for Ann-rican .r Kuiopi n porn,
will have I'nit -I States postage stamps on them.
1 f SCHSCUII'TI'.VS I'ArAHI.K Al.WVS IS AliVASeK.
XT" t'oniiniinieatioiis from all parts of the I'acitic wiil alvy
be very acceptable.
COMMKUCIAL I'RIXTIXfJ OFFICE.
PLAIN AND FANCY
BOOK A XII JOB PR I XT I xr;
BOOKS. BII.l.SOF KXCHANC.K,
CATALOfJCKS. IIILLSlIf UhlMi.
lill.1. HKAliS. CiiNSri.Atl CLANK.,
CIRCCLVRP. BLANK IFKI..
AUCTION BILLS. HANK BILI.P.
l'AMI'HLKT.. SIKH' BILLS
TT YISITINO. Ill's. INK? .a A N f AWiRKSi- r'AUI'S print,
on a "Yankee Card Tress," in the highest style of the art.
a n vi; irr a si ."vc; t i: nit s.
XT AH nilffrliupmriii- pnynblc in n.lvnnr.
Phlos advt. rnot cxceedinir lOlines ?iace.1 first insertion,.
Kach subseiiuent insertion
irARTEr;i.T A pvfrtts ff s will beclinrrcl nt t!ii foilcwinjr
payable at the end of each onnrtcr :
For one s.piare, (or the spare of 20 lines.) er ouartc
For one-fourth of a column, er quarter...
For ont-half of a column, per quarter
F'.r a whole eclnmn, per quarter
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1 3 ?-. 1 mo. 3 mn'. d wot.
Five Lines ?.'2 J.f7 l.f.O f 2 ;'.0 3 00
T.-n Lines 1 .no 1.25 2.01 .! OO fl.00
Fifteen Lines. . .. 1 2." 150 2-2 4 no fi"0
Tweiitv l iTS... 150 2 OO 2 50 5 ml 00
Thirty Lin -s 2 00 2 50 3 00 H 50 10.00
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Half Column 15 00 20 (0 30 00
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