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(Of the gairaiian inlands.
We digressed from our narrative in the last
rural eketch," to listen to the eturj of an as
cent to the summit of the Wet-t Maui Mountains
bj Mr. James T. Alexander ; and we will resume
where we left off at Wailuku. In ancient
times, Wailuku and the neighboring vallejs,
which are watered by streams from these moun
tains, were undoubtedly densely peopled, the evi
dences of which fact still remain. Of late years,
however, the population has been gradually de
creasing, although no portion of the island is bet
ter adapted to support a large population, and
afford it ample means of industry, in cultivating
tiro, bananas, and sweet potatoes, required for
other parts of Maui, where taro is not rahed, as
well as for the Honolulu market. Not only
these products do well here, but sugar-cane also
grows with very little care, and yields remarka
bly heavy crops. Without infringing on the
land devoted to other staples, not less than four
hundred acres can be irrigated and planted with
cane at Wailuku.
The Wailuku Plantation.
To take advantage of this opening for a sugar
mill, about 18 months ago, several gentlemen resid
ing in Honolulu, purchased the land belonging to
the late King, commenced planting, and ordered
a first class mill from Boston, which has .arrived
,i nrw In rrocess of erection. The builuingsfpl
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which are also beini erected, are of stone, and
located on the south bank of the Wailuku river,
where a steep descent gives superior advantages
for a mill site. The mill will be driven by water,
of which the river eupplies an abundance. Dur
ing our viuit the wheel, which is a large and pow
erful overshot wheel with an iron frame, was
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Deing erecteu Dy iir. iuwn !;--. ,
Bailey is the general manager of the plantation,
and Mr. N. W. Tallant has chargeof the field
operations. About one hundred and forty acres
belonging to the plantation are planted and
prowing ; besides about one hundred acres le
longing to foreigners residing in the village.
The mill, it is now thought, will bo ready to
lommence grinding in July, or about twenty
jaontha after the first steps were taken to start
the plantation. At present every thing looks
ravorable, not only for the growing crops, but
jbr the entire success of the enterprise,
j An Incident not in the Programme.
The day that we epent in Wailuku chanced to
le that of the examination of the English school
there. The scholars, who were all natives or
CKilf-castes, assembled at the stone church and
. -.vent through with their exercises with all the
'-Tedit that could bo expected in a village school
.f the kind. A somewhat novel exhibition closed
he performances, which took some if not all of
the spectators by surprise. The examination ex
ercises were concluded, when suddenly an effigy
was hoisted into the air with block and tackle,
amid the shouts and hurras of the audience.
From its appearance one was at a less at first to
guess whom it was intended for, though it bore
a striking resemblance to Brother Jonathan. All
doubt was soon removed, when the whole school
row and commenced singing "John Brown's
boJy lies mouldering in the grave," with an en
thusiasm that showed that they appreciated fun.
When they came to the verse,
u Well hang Jeff Davis on a palmetto tree,"
a gun was fired at the effigy, the ball passing
through its body. The hurraing and deafening
applause that followed this tragic execution of
the arch-rebel, showed that at least the juveniles
of Wailuku were Union boys of the right stamp,
sound on the goose." The incident served to
remove the taint of ajcession, which the hoisting
of Capt. Gibson's flag in the valley three years
ao. cast on the Wailukuans. K
Adjoining this village to the northwest, lies the
district of Waihee, through which runs a small
stream of the tame name, that waters numerous taro
ruches in the valley. The main road runs about
midway between the shore and the foot of the moun
tains. Below the roaJ, there are numerous sand
bills, but above It toward the mountains, the land
rise gradually, and where susceptible cf irrigation,
U rich cane land. This site was purchased some
eighteen months ago by Capt. Thomas Ilobron, of
Makawao, who erected a fine dwelling on an eleva
tion that commands a view of the whole neighbor
hood, Kahttlui. the bay and the opposite mountain of
II ileakala. The Captain being a Yankee, possesses
a keen eje for a bargain, and knowing the value of
his new estate, made no haste to order his mill, but
quietly went on improving the place and breaking
ground. . A few months since he sold out all his in
terest at an advance of some tea thousand dollars
over what it cost him. This is probably the largest
profit, considering tbe capital invested, that any
planter has received during tbe past year, and sugar
planting with such profits must be a desirable avo
cation. Even at twenty thousand dollars, the price at
which the Waihee estate is said to have changed
hands, the purchaser has a good bargain, for a better
location for a sugar estate of its size does not exist.
Immediately adjoining is the Waiehu Plantation
owned by Messrs. Torbert & Lewers. As we ap
proached it, the appearance was that of a thriving
village. Teams and carts were hurrying along the
road, while in the fields on either Bide gangs of na
tives were employed plowing or harrowing. In the
distance namerous frame houses and huts, with a
tall chimney in course of construction, gave indica
tions of-industry and enterprise. We soon found
ourselves before tbe dwelling of one of the proprie
tors, who welcomed us into his ever open doors.
Though Mr. Torbert has been here only about fifteen
months, a comfortable dwelling, store and other ne
cessary building have been erected, and nearly two
hundred acres of cane are growing. Accepting an
invitation from him to ride through the valley and
around tbe plantation, we mounted horses, and rode
to tbe rier, distant a short mile from the dwelling.
Tbe Waiehu stream is one of the largest on Maui,
and can irrigate from six hundred to one thousand
acres of taro and cane land. We rode up the valley
to the foot of the mountain, from which the prospect
Hawaiian Valley Scenery.
Did you ever look down from an eminence into a
valley cultivated with taro, and observe the square,
oblong and many shaped taro patches commencing
at the head of the valley, and descending by steps
until lost in the distance toward the sea, and the
dark green leaves of the old taro contrasting with
the lighter green of the young, and the patches
divided off with rows of ti plants or bananas ? These
Hawaiian taro valleys furnish beautiful pictures,
where painters might display their skill. Why do
not some of our young men and ladies exercise their
talent in sketching these scenes instead of copying
the dull and lifeless pictures of foreign scenery that
hang on our walls ? An immense amount of taro is
raised in this valley, which always find9 a ready sale.
And yet, notwithstanding the extent of land devoted
to its culture, it is thought that more than half the
water in the stream formerly flowed into the sea, and
perhaps still does. We rode to the artificial dyke,
which has been made to convey a portion of the river
water for irrigating the cane fields. At its source
near tbe head of the valley, this water-course is a
little river of itself large and deep enough to float a
whaleboat. It has been constructed so as to carry
the water around the base of the hills a distance of a
mile and a half, and it can be taken still farther if
required, furnishing all the water that may be needed
for irrigation. Tbe abundant supply of water from
this stream is one great advantage the location affords
for a sugar plantition.
A Tall Chimney.
Returning to the house, we dismounted and visited
the site where the mill buildings will soon be put up.
Just now the chimney is going up, and it promises
to be a novelty in its way. It is circular, fifteen
feet through at the base, the walls being five feet
diameter, and built of as large stones as can be
worked in. It is as solid a piece of mason work as
we ever saw, and as it is to be one hundred and six
feet high, will be a most imposing structure, serving
as a land mark to vessels at sea, which might be
easily turned into a lighthouse. The thought struck
us as we were examining it, that it would be just
what is needed at the entrsnce of our harbor, if our
lighthouse enterprise is ever carried out. . Mr. Tor
bert thinks that its great height will result in the
savinz of fuel, which will no doubt be the case, if
th pxnerience in other countries is any euide. At
all events, we are glad to see the experiment tried.
Sugar mill chimneys at these islands are usually built
from fifty to sixty feet high
Another Scotch Mill.
The mill for the plantation has been ordered from
Scotland, and is to be a first class mill, similar to
that of the Princeville estate at Hanalei, and by the
same makers, Messrs. Merlees & Tait. This will
make tbe fourth mill that Scotland has furnished for
these islands, those for the Kohala and Onomea
plantations being now landed. The Waiehu mill was
to leave Glasgow during April, and is probably on
the way cut now, but it will be needed as soon as it
can get here and be put up, for one hundred acres of
cane, promising to average two tons to the acre, will
be ripe and ready to grind before the close of this
year. The amount of laud in the neighborhood
adapted to cane culture, is sufficient, wheu all is put
in, to keep the mill running the whole year, which
is all that tbe most enthusiastic planter could wish.
r Then and Now.
' When we visited this district three years ago, there
was not a sign of a plantation, when now we see four
in various stages of completeness, the Waikapu,
Wailuku, Waihee, and Waiehu. The people (mostly
natives) occupying the vaueys, wi-re mcu ruja6 m
raising taro in the flits, which perhaps yielded a
crcp worth ten thousani dollars. Piow nearly a
thousand acres are waing with cane, which will pro
duce at least one thousand tons of sugar annually.
worth to the Kingdom one hundred thousand dollars,
and this yield may be doubled in a few years. All
this income will be expended from year to year in
paying laborers and mechanics, erecting mills, stores,
and villas which will add so much to the wealth and
beauty of the country. Blacksmiths, carpenters and
other artisans are locating in the neighborhood, ana
find constant employment, and alreaJy over one hun
dred foreigners are on the assessment tax rolls for
Wants of the Population.
With the increase of permanent foreign residents.
it will not be long before a foreign church and wor
ship will be an absolute necessity. The natives of
course have their churches and pastors, but these do
not supply the foreign community. A foreign physi
cian is also much needed there, and the people of
East Maui are, we learn, ready to guarantee to a
ekillfal physician a stated salary in addition to such
practice (native and foreign) as he miy have besides.
No pleasanter or healthitr climate can be found any
where, and a physician locating on East Maui, will
find an industrious and growing community, with
many families of intelligence anj refinement.
(To b continued.)
Expect to receive Per Brig AttGO !
FROM LIVEKPOOL !
Which was to leave about the middle of
IRON PIPING 3-4 TO 2 INCH. W1TU
elbows, couplings, &c, kc.
An assorUnent of Cocks for do
ll Inch iron tubing suitable tor boilers, or water or steam
piping, 3 do. do. do. do..
Flax packing, Indiu rubber packing,
Ast. Iron and steel boiler plates,
Sheet iron, Tin, etmrj, IAg nuGII13f
410-3ni Honolulu Irou WorVs.
IK. J. 3IOTT SMITH,
OfSce corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
i:. HOFFMANN, M.
Physician ana Surgeon, Makee's Itl ck, comer Queen and Kaa
tiumanu streets. S"3-ly
II. STAXCKXWALI), M. P.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late Ner York City Hi3ien!ary Physician, memler of the
Melico-chirurical College, ana oi me ramoiogica cocieiy
Office at the corner of Fort an.l Merchant Strevta. Resilience in
Nuuanu Valley, opposite mat oi i.. v. uau, "w-'j
CHINO HOOJt. ACHU. YUl.-u smwu.
CHUNG HOON & CO.,
Commission Merchant an.l general agents Agents fur the
Paukaa ami Ainauulu Suirar plantations importers or teas
ami other Chinese and foreign goods and wholesale dealers
in Hawaiian produce at the new Stone Store, Nuuanu Street,
below King. l"My
HONOLULU STEAM FLOUR MILL Co.
Proprietor. S. SAVIDQE.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
Commission Merchaut and General Shipping Agent, Honolulu,
Oahc, II. I ,
II. F. SNOW,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu, Onbu, II. I. 3?3-ly
C. H. LEWERS. O. DICKSON.
LEWERS St DICKSON,
Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials,Foat St. Honolulu.
H. Y. LUDINCTON,
(SrCCESSOR TO F. S. PRATT fc CO.)
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, and
. . - . r 1 r T 1
Malt Ljquors, li:iruon nari, uwiuiuiu. 11. . om-ij
II. IIACKFELI) & CO.
General Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I.
JANION, GREEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fire-Proor Buildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 159. 373-ly
B. F. EHLERS,
rtnnlci In Ti"v Goods. SrSlllcs, Jfcc.
C2-ly fort Street. Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
average claims against uie saiu luucnrmcis, wv-huib
or about this Kingdom, will nave mj ue ceruueu uemrc miu.
FT A UlIT t TH C. HECCK
Von HOLT & HEUCK,
General Commission Merchants. Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 373-ly
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-proof store comer or Ka-
.. X T 1- Ai a lit in- Ir
ahumanu ami nuecn Bir--is, uipuai.; ....v
irtii ostoltliHliment on Nuuanu street, above King.
im- Island Produce boucht and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to 388'1y
E. O. HALL.
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets 373-ly
O II TV
T f- O IV
ALE and PORTER,
niftier in Genera lMerchand'ise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
miia ntVxrhanire wanted. oto-iy
.IOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu, II. I
II Ex. R. C. WTLLiK,..Hon. I U. F. Ssow, Esq Honolulu
Dimond&Sos " I Tims. Sfkscer, .sq., IIi'o
H. Pickissos, Esq.,. Lahaina. 1 McllrKn : Mr.RRiLi.,.San Fran.
C. W. ItacoKS & Co.-,.. San F. G. T. Lawtos, Esc,., "
loBis, Bhos. Co. I Field & RiC8.......New lork.
Wilcox, Ricuards & Co., Honolulu.
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothing,
Hat Caps, Hoots and Shoes, and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Furnishing Goods. Store, formerly occu-
pied ny A. Aiuricn, x.sq.f ' . r
Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
C. 8. BARTOW.
H. M. ST1LLMAN.
BARTOW & STILLIV1AN,
Kine St.. next door to II. Dimond & Son, Honolulu, H. I.
6 ' 407-ly
W. A. ALDRICH. J. 8. WALKER,
ALDRICH, WALKER U CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants Dealers in General
Merchandise, and Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
Agents for the Lihue, Metcalf, and Princeville 1'lantaUons.
I C. WATERMAN 4c CO.,
Epecial attention paid to the interests of the Whrding Fleet, by
the furnWhing of funds, purchase and sale of txehanpe, Oil,
tone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Mvssrs. Isaac Howlaso, Jr., & Co., New Bedford
W. G. E. Pops, Esq., do.
Moroas, Stosb ic Co. San Francisco.
McRitek & Mekkill, do 373-ly
D. N. FLITXER,
Continues his old business in the flreproof buildin? Kaahuma
nu street. , ,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sua and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and qua.lrant glusses silvered
and adjusted Charts and nautical iustrunwtits constantly
on hand and for sale. 373-ly
CHA3. R. BISHOP.
Wl. A ALDR!CH
bishop & co.,
Cankers. Office in the east corner of "Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on
Messrs. Obissell, Mintcbs fc Co., ew iotk.
Hknrt A. PlKRCK. KQ., - Boston.
Messrs. Morgix, Sto.nr .t Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive deposits.discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc. Z'3-ly
MELCHERS & CO.,
Imporlers ami Comiiiisioii
AGENTS FOR THE
II-MBrR'iH-BREMIu FlRK ISSCBISCB CoMPAST,
KltWIKI Sl-GAR I'LAST-TTOS,
T3KT SCUAR I'LASTATIOS.
GrsTiv C. Mklchers.
J. D. WlCKE,
H. A. P. CA..TKa
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants
Honolulu, Onhn, H. I.
Johic. M. Hood. Esq Sew- York.
JamesHcnskwell, Esq., J
Charles Brewkr, Esq., f Bom)d.
II. A. I'FiarE, Est .
Messk. McKieb k Msrriu. 1 gan FranciSCo.
Chas. Wolcott Lrooks, Esq.,
Messrs. V.'x. Tcstac & Co Hot gkong.
Messrs. Peele, Hcbbkll i Co.,....Mai.ila.
ISLANDS, APKIL 30.
II. W. SEVERANCE.
.4 lcllsJ(KRCHA XT,
Firc-proof Store, HobinsonN Huilding,
QUF.EX STREET, HONOLULU.
Will continue business at the new stanJ. 3"l-ly
J. II. COLE,
(SUCCESSOR TO A. P. KVERLTT.)
At his tate rooms. Queen Street
W. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer in Hardwarf, Cctlrrt, Mechastcs
Tools and Auriciltcral Implements, lor street llono-
U a J a y
E. P. ADAMS.
SHIP CHANDLER AND DEALER l. GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Irish and Sweet Potatoes, with other lecruiU, constantly on
hand ami lor gaie at iu. raves. .--
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship and Merchandise
itt Office in Kaahumanu Street, opposite the Bank. m
Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Hawaiian
I efers by permission to
B. F. Snow .Messrs. Aiuricn, nier -v w,
Messrs. C. A. Williams V to. .Messrs. r" ;
Messrs. Castle & Cooke Messrs. H Hackfeld & Co.,
Mesrs. D. C. Waterman Messrs. Wilcox, Richards & Co.
,. i - viTl II J. B. 1THKKTU.1 . o. iuu.
CASTLE & COOKE,
T.-,-o-. .n wimieania and Retail dealers in General Mer-
cnanui&e, in me rncpiwi . --f -1 1
Dr. Jaynes Medicines,
u-ii.w a- Wilson's Sewinir Machines.
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
acat. 3r.n ooo.
Ravnolds. Devoe & Pratt Importers and Manufacturers of
.. . . 1 ...1 r..i r:i
1 'amis, on ann aruisn, uuu
C. Van Home 4: Co.'s Carriages and Carriage Materials.
AI-L.EiV & COIVWAY,
-cm lb fJeneral Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other re
cruits as are required by whale ships at the shortest notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
FIRE WOOD ON HAND.
-r x-oV PREPARED TO FURNISH BCILD-
L fug Material of every description at the lowest Market
hf.ik rmm th ennntrv. nnd other islands solicited.
l.nmhr Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 403-6m
Dealer in General Merchandise. Island Produce,
fyd and Commission Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
win Vwn constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
.Vm-riniuin of -nods reouired by ships and others. The
highest price given for Island Produce.
Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Hilo. February 3. 1S61 405-ly
WILCOX, EIOHAEDS & Co.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, denlers in General
Merchar.di.se. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchandise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
AGENTS FOR THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Hnt-U "Comet." Cnt. Jim. M. Green,
'Yankee." dipt. John Paly,
4 'Yoiui Hector.' C. S. Clmdwick.
One or the alove vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at thlowest rates.
All of the above vessels have superior accommodations for
Tassengers, for whom every comfort will be afforded.
Through Hills Lading, will be given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise o New York or Boston, the freight being reshipped at San
Franeisoo, on board first class clippers without extra expense
to sh P1K.T3.
Shippers can also procure at Boston or New York, through
Hills Ladling, far freight shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Glidden & Williams, Boston and Messrs. W. T. Coleman & Co.,
New York. Messrs. Mclluer if Aiernu, Agents ior imai
Disi-teb Line, at Saa Francisco. 400-ly
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
TIIK UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Airents for the above company, beg leave to
inform the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
M 4 RINK INSURANCE POLICIES
on Orgo, Freight and Treasure.
Honolulu, A ril 2, 1S62.
II. HACKFELD & CO.
THE IJRITISII AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
JANION, G1TEEN cfc? Co.
v , This Company takes riks on goods only and not on
-ewel.: 400 610
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGTNED, Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in an
For particulars apply ai me omce.
MELCHERS & CO.
nono'iulu Oct. 11.1S57.
To Produce Dealers,
Hides Goat Skins,
Old Composition, Old Copper,
Tallow, Old Iron,
(OUGHT AT THE
C. BHEWER tr Co.,
X. B. Consignments from the other islands will have prompt
EXTRA BRIGHT ANNEALED FENCE
WIRE, assorted sizes, received per bark 4 LLLN A,
IromBmen. orsa.e..y c. BREWER A; C?
1SG - 1.
J. II. WICKE,
ALASKA STREET, BELOW THE THKATRK.
Furnitrue made an.l repaired at reasonable prices.
O FORCE CLARK,
BOOT and .SHOEMAKER. Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunauea streets
Cabinet Maker ana French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
ooveruraeni iiniur. - j
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in rurmture oi eycry u-s-
cription. Furniture Warrroem on rn sireer, vpimvu-
Messrs. Lewers & Pick son's olhee ; workshop at uie oiu
tt.,,.i tinil itrtHt- neitr Fort.
N. B- Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 369-ly
Tlf-h Tinsmiths and Plumbers,'
yuunnu Strrtt, near tnt l narf mui r.o mi
always on hand. Jobbing or all kinus auenaeu w.
IIS CONSTANTLY O.V, IIA1 . J-
ti .. r.,!. ani a fnmnletc assortment of I K I
and is prepared to fill all orders in his line with promptness aud
at reasonable prices. IS,.-t,
4ll-ly Cabinet Maker, Hotel street, near the Theater.
J. .A.. 1 3DBDTCK,
IX REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes this opportunity or retprn
intr his sincere thanks to his friends and the
iiul.lie in eenerat. for the support and patron-
hu?h thev have been pleased to prant
him for the past ten years, and hopes inai oy neniiou w ...
ness an.l promptness in he execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. 387-ly
Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker and
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Call and Examine my Stock, beforo
390-6m Anyhop, in on "irrci.
Steam Biscuit Bakery.
riMIK UNDEBSIGXCD WOULD RES-
JL pectfully inform his friends and the public generally that
The Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
Being now In full or-ratinn, he is prepared to furnish
Pilot & Navy Bread, Water Crackers,
And other descriptions of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy competition.
Farties furnishing their own flour for ship bread, will have it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAICED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
ROBEUT LOVE, Nuuanu Street.
XJT Orders in Honolulu for shipping to be left with Messrs.
Wilcox, Kichards as Co.
J. L. LEWIS.
O. W. NORTON.
mm & NORTON
OIL CASKS AND SIIOOKS, Constantly on hand
am! for sale.
IOOO PIXE MOLASSES BARRELS, on haud
and for sale.
Cooperate on Kins St., Corner of
Bethel St., Honolulu.
J. P. IIUOIIES,
IMPORTER J- M AXUPAC
TURER of all kind of Saddlery, Car- S&tZ&gZ
rinire Trimminir. Mattress making 'irz.
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
All orders promyujr aiicut.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu 3,9-ly
UNION BOOT AND
Slioe Store !
L. B. FRANKFORT,
BOOTS AND SHOES mannfnrlurrd
repaired in a neat anu w..rKiu.i..ii-
BENNETT & M'KENNY
J Boot and Shoe Maker, nrti
Nnuanu St.. east side, above Hotel St. VW
AU Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
and dispatch. aai-iy
TIIE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectfully inform the puplic that he is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of brass ami composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
nTnr" Contantly on hand, hose couplings of the following
.izea 1. li. 2 and 2i. also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
91zes .-j, , 1, 11, - JAMES A. HOOPER,
375-ly King street.
Ship, House, Carriage and Orna
mental Sign Painter.
BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM
the residents of Honolulu and others,
that he has opened his shop in the com
modious room on Kaahumanu street, oc
cupied by the late John F. Colburn, as
.n unction room, where he will receive all
orders, and execute them in the highest style of the art, with
dispatch. . . . . ,
An experienced carriage painter and trimmer, has been en
gaped who will warrant his work to be equal with the best ever
done here. osm
BREAD AND BISCUIT BAKEKV,
Corner Quern and Rlchnrd Si.
OS II ND AND FOR SALE, Freh Bake
" Pilot and Xavy Bread , Soda, Sugar, Butter and V ater
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest rates.
Parties providing their own flour, will have it baked up on
the lowest terms. Ship Bread rebaked. 40--ly
c SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM. -J
VO I- V 1 1 1. 4 . W IIOLK 4 1 4
H. FISCHER !
TAI LOR Keeps constantly on hand mn assortment eti Bn
iirodcloth. Cassimeres ana huckskiu, iuurfc,
King SU "
Thompson & Neville,
II AVE COXSTAXTLY OX HAND AND
! .nip . tMxl asaortment of
Best Refined Bar-Iron!
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal !
At the Loicest Market Prices. aes-iy
Wm. II. HUDDY!
HIV I NO RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the bot l tllsw, Umwb nn
White SOAP. ALSO
SOFT VTVJ OIX 8OAP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
1 S. Soap grease always wanted.
J. Iff. OAT,
Sail Maker, Loft on Kaahumanu
St., at the Old Stand.
SAILS MADE AT THE LOWEST RATES
WARRANTED TO FIT.
JKW h. I
IV U If JA W M,
Received Direct Ter
From the United States and the
44 R. W- WOOD !"
AAD .V PAR T COJVSISTIA'Q OF
TEST ENGLISH LiaUORICE,
LJ Kpsom salts, in l lt. Domes,
Epsom salts, in boxes and doses, Harlem oil.
Tooth powJtf, asstd. Bronchial troches.
Extract of Ringer, Extracts medicinal, a large variety,
Citrate of magnema, Lemon syrup, Camphor,
Sulphur, very fine. Silver soap.
Hamburger tea. Fish's hair restorative. Brimstone,
Castile eoap, Long combs. Pocket combs. Gum shellac,
Alum, Saltpetre refined. Borax, Chlorate of lime,
Costar's rat poison The Genuine. Hand mirrors,
Seidlitz powders in boxes and bottles, Bay rum,
Erasive salts. Cod liver oil, Hall's balsam for the lungs.
Mrs. Allen's hair restorative. Trusses, Capsules, French,
Thome's celebrated extract, Mrs. Winslow's syrup,
Dr. Bwect's celebrated liniment.
Toilet powder, fine and perfumed, Arnica plaster.
Syringes, asstd sizes, India rubber,
Holloway's ointment, Holloway's pills, A variety of pills,
Russia salve, Hair dye. Indelible Ink, Cachous,
Graefenerg Pills aud eye water, Magnetia,
Magnesia fluid, Sarsparilla, different extracts and syrups,
ilunnewell's cough remedy and pills,
Hunnewell's tolu anodyne. Hair brushes,
Tooth brushes, br. Ayers' medicines,
Wistar's balsam of extract cherry,
Bogle's hyperion fluid, Genuine, Flea powder, CosUr s,
Pulexema, new flea tyid insect destroyer,
Cosmetic, oil pennyroyal,
Bergamot oil, and other essential oils,
Alcohol for medical and mechanical use.
Chlorate of soda. Nurse bottles and India rublr nipples,
Mexican liniment. Pain killer.
Castor oil, without taste, very superior,
Sponges, large, fine and coarse,
Sarsparilla root. Sarsparilla root ground in packages.
Puff boxs, Corbett's sarsaparilla. Cocoa butter.
ALSO The Choicest Perfumery, Soap Ete.
For sale by
ED. HOFFMANN, M. D.
BUILDING MATERIALS !
LEWERS & DICKSON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Per N. S. Perkins, Hae Hawaii, and
A full assortment of
fi.W. LUMBER, EASTERN PISE!
Clapboards, &C viz :
OKEOON-l in. Boards, li, U- V1UU
Scantling, all sires. Timber, 10x12, 12x12 & xl.
80a Pine Plank, Tong'd t gr'd 1 & liin. Board
FA8TERN PINE 1 Inch Boards.
u Vl U, 1J, 2. 21, 2J, 3 and 4 inch Plank,
x 4-foot Clapboards.
- SPRUCE 4 and 6-foot Clapboards.
REDWOOD 1 Inch rough ami planed Boards.
Clear Plank. 1 i, 1 1 -ol 2 ch.
1 inch tongued and grooved Boards,
u Clapboards and Shingles.
WHITE CEDAK Oregon Shineles.
Doors, Sashes, Blind.,
PainU, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes, Glass.
A new and Splendid Assort
ment of Wall Paper.
And a full assortmentof
J3u.ille:r's Hardware I
All of which i. for -ale AT LOWEST MARKET RATES.
TT naving steam machinery to1'
areeparedtoexecute orders for -JJ
40-1 5m -
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL RE-
tN-. lilve horses on pasture at Ksilua, a splendid gra
ZTS STlCaKthePrateof One Io.lnr per -onth.
r" k -..tnred. will be called for and delivered
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