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HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAY 13. 1S65.
SIT unLT.in rrn a wi'f-
VOL.. IX. No. 45. wiiuLk 4.
1ST ALBLKT S. ETA.NJ.
inve Ciourafal wil U b'u l froui hur to thre;
A Mati:?' hrart i etricksn to the ctitt;
And ftitD'jM, knerlii,g. with uocuvercJ Uel,
Wrrp by th-. altar cf cm coi'tiu'i) ibad.
!, U'aJ, wliii urerl tbi (or parpose Lili !
Tei'b u like him to Live, like bim to dib,
Tru? t- th Znt to dctt ad to kight,
Trantinst to Tate the lso of the light.
' ii wJ lilftit f ibee, Iiro, K'jctl night to thee, Sge '.
hnl oiM to thf form, tot food mom to ttjr faat;
t"A ua with thy vlr up, frum age aato kge :
Not a srutry U chaliiKe thy tlrali or thy nae.n
Sjta fiiC.;o, April lJfh, 19i. Jita.
He mark of Krv. Ilorntlo Sicbbin
Uralli of 1'rraidrof Ltlucoln.
Thi First UoitarUu Church (Saa Fraaei9co) was f
fjr the cuajmencement of the Kerrices, an J ooe deep.
oII-Dretiiilioz reeiiog or sorrow, loo ueep lor utter-f
ace. pervA leJ the whole vast au Jieace. The re
mark' ty Horatio iitebbint, which were lis
teneil Vt in silence, onlj broken bj the sobs of miaj
weepers, were as follows :
P,irishionert, Frien ls an I Citizens : On the
last SnoJ j morning we aifeeiuL'eJ here, according
to coasecratri hihi?, yet with special caae of grati-ta-Jo
to Almighty God (jT the signal tokens of His
pruti Jence in the victories of our arms. The rebel
capital nnl etrocifhoM ha 1 fallen, an J while we
were yet here in our places, though the fact had not
reached us. the Artuy of VirjriuU with the Com-manier-in-Cbief
of all the rebel forces bad capitu
lated to the Ctptain of our pursuing hosts. We
brought iu our banner and hung it here, that our
latin? eves mizht linzer on its beauty and our verv
prayers neMle in it fjIJs. AVe raised our choral
sotig of Tictcry to Him who was, who is, and is to Ij
come; and when cur service was ended we went out -A
with reverent glu-Jness and thanksgiving. But how M
changed now the aspect of our habitation ! These
tokens of public sorrow, these symbols of grief, are
indeed but feeble types of the nation's calamity. !
Weep, O ye daughters of the city, and bow your- g
elves ye strong men, for the agony of the laud !
Ye choral company, sing no more exultant hallelu-
jabs, bat mournful taisereri ! P
The President is dead ! And, although death it.
elf, as it comes in severe equality of lot to high and
low, is not an evil, there are periods when the lives
of men are exceeding precious upon the earth, and 1$
the wi.e and the good are made the depositories of
the trusts of mankind. There are times in which a 3
natiwu bee ma to lean upon a single man, and the life F5
ot a people is vested in him. History has eras of
great anxiety, and mankin 1 seem personified iu an ri
individual. The President was such a man in such H
a period. Placet by a free people, as the exprecsion M
of their principles, in times of great public trial, he ii
won their reepect. their admiration and love. He
eemed of us, and ours altogether; and we bad en
trusted ail things to him. As it is the habit of the J(
uiiuia iu vu luai nuitu i tvio, ne ten mil we I
could not live without him. He was a Amrrimn ' v
he was so human !
But the detrb of the President does not come to us
in the benienant order or that f roviaenca which iu
ordtina our lot. and hath mercifully annf.inffil imtn t
. j g t - .
man once to die. A great crime has been committed l
a crime which, whether in the dirk, malignant j
process of its conception, or in the bold aud-tcity of
its execution, is without a parallel in deeds cf dark- u
tess and blood. The President of the United Satci fj
bas been assassinated ! On Friday evening last, at r
about ten o'clock, in Washington, that being about 3
hilfpait six o clock in this longitude, while sitting
with his f imity and friends in a pi tee of public
amoiement and re?wrf, he received a pistol shot, dis
charged by a tre icherou s. uukiiuvu hand, the per
petrator of tb deed making his escape in the midst
cf the general consternation. The President
vived, iu state of insensibility, nntil Sat
morning, when, at seven o'clock and twen
minutes, surrounded by his family and the members
e! his Cbinet, hedieil; and while the morning sun fg
hl not zi.mced his le-iius over the
g..incetl his betius over the dwelling f men
W:kM nci nu.r. .
T kere are times when the mind itself refuses to
perform the offices of intelligence, and the heart, R
concealed and dead. cei?es to throb in sympathy F
with the agony it feels. The occasion oppresses me.
I ain not eu il t it; and I relieve myself by the con
viction th t this is not the time, even were I able.
to set forth iu aJerpate di.'play of hnmm events, the i
cation's cal.imity. your grief, or the future of such
portenious csents. nai we ntea at present, noose jj
i, is to preserve our miuui in equanimity, soDnety c
an. I runniif,r Our natural lmlicrnnrinn r t Ku '.4
dark Ieel etruzgiet with our grief, an 1 the fires cf M
'.uo.Lerir: wrath t! s'u against the troubled sky of J
cur bereaved a51;o:ioii-. But let us be calm, steady, Es
uetermiDu an J ten u r cr nart. rroro our prejHDt jl
io(trm wiioa it is 1101 kduwu 10 wun cxivdi io:a if si
lav V anl o.fi i f t ft r sKsI ! Isi n i-4 iKtt ratlTf r t a fi.1a t
and deeply-laid conspiracy, or whether it be only the 3
nne rije of the lodividual perpetrators. The v
double as-tsMuation implivs a plot involving a greater g
eons are o2ici--iIly iu league with the rebellion is not
yet known. If they stand isolated in this d irk wiclc-
e.tnes and enterprise of Mood, summary justice
acted cut to them, feeble as that tnuit be to atoned
for saoh a crime, i all that we cm do. But if it M
.hall appear that this plot was laid at the rebel Cap- 9
ital, that it had in any way the moral support of the M
insurgent leaders, then lot the lightning's wrath be fl
unsheathed, to hurl the last vestige of their habita fj
ttcn from the earth. Let us wait time and event?. M
Let every man stand firmly in his place, ami talk M
calmly to his neighbor. If any man with low and
reckless insolence d res insult our Brief by &5ertinz
his sympathy with this wickedness, let him be takeu a
ty the delegated tthcers or society and cast into
fi m V I J I I a
pr;scn. lint u any man. biiocc-i vy tne arcaaiui ?A
enormity cf this crime, is set free from his prejudices, 3
n 1 springs with loyal love to the cause he has bith- H
rto opposed, accept his confession, and receive him t
as a brother beloved. E
I will not allow myself to think that even this J
dreadful event can permanently disturb our cause, fc
That cause is bound to no man, however beloved and I
honored, but appeals again and again to the faithfal
hearts of the nation. And it may yet appear that it
was meet that the President should die by the hands
-f wicked men, an 1 that, beiDg lifted np, he might
draw all men unto hitu.
Let ns indulge no evil forebodings. Let us believe
ia good, and act on our belief. There is much
anxiety concerning the man on whom the Presi
dent's mantle falls. lie can enly retrieve himself by
coble eiTorts to redress the wrong he has committed
against a generous people. Let us hope that he will F
do it; and let as remember that many noble natures
have teen enthralled by appetite, and have had their J;
chains struck off by the sudden blows of new re- V,
-'. is. Li.iue.-. isot ii that tans, let us come again pi
and again to the rescue, remembering that our 3
Cause ia not ve-te,I in tnc man.
- ' II
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
111 E PA RTNERsiTil HERETOFORE
exiling bteeo J. II. Cording A: John Wilson is dis
ont i this dy by rn'i'.ual cocsent. All outstanding accounu
wiU be settle! by J. H. Cording.
J. n. CORDING,
-Vay th. is5 4C7 3t
J. II. COLE,
(dCCtfcsdOlt TO A- P. ETEhKTT.)
At bit late rooms. Qutren Street.
II. AV. SEVERANCE,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Fire-proof Store, KobiotonN Uuildin
QUEEN STKKKT, HONOLULU.
'Will continue basines at the new itan.l. 424-ly
ii. r. snow.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu. Ualiu, II. I. ZZ-ly
E. O. HALL & SON,
Importer and Dealer In Hardware. Dry Oood, P!nU, Oils, and
general Merchandise, curutr of Fort and King .tree I 40ly
Fi-r, EkA AND
For sale hy
Dealer in Oer.era Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the nimrtesl uotiee, on rea-nahle terms.
Bills of exchange waritcd. 4'J5-ly
. ALEX. J. CARTWIllfillT,
CuDDiMon Merchant and Oenrral Shipping Agot.t, Honolulu
Oahu. II. I 4'2&-ly
c7T7richards & co.,
fhip Cbanilers and Comoiiseion Merchants, dealers iu General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchuudise, tor the supply of Whalers and Merchant
H. Y. LUDINCTON,
(srccasnoR To r. a. pmatt & co.)
Importer and Wholesale Ivaler in Winn and Spirit, and
lalt Luiii'Ts, Charlton W'hvf, Honolulu. H. I. 417-ly
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Importer and Wholesale Dsiers In Fashionahle Clfthin,
IIa(4, Caps. lwwt and Shoes, and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Furnishing Gooils. ttore, formerly occu
pied by W. A. Al-inch, t.M., in 3Iakee s It lock, (jueen
treeu'llonolulu. i;iha. 437-ly
I C. WATERMAN i. CO.,
Eripeci.il attention pr.id to the Interests of the Whauiig Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and eale of Exchange, O.I,
Done, General Merchaiidise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. I.-iAAC Howlasd. J a., & Co., New Bedford
W. G. E. I'ore. Esq., do.
MuKuis, Sto.sk ii Co. San Francisco.
McRt'F.R k MfcKP.iLL, do 426-Iy
F LO II E X S ST A IE X 1 1 OUST,
Aent for the Hretnen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
average claims afainst th said Underwriters, occurring la
or about this Kingdom, will hare to be certified before him.
C. H. LEWkRS. J. O. DICKSON.
LEWEUS At DICKSON,
Dealers in Lumber and BuiUine Matetials.Yoit St. Honolulu.
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer In General Merchandise, nre-proof "tore corner of Ka-
ahutnanu and Q'leen streets, opposite Makee's Flock.
Also. Retail estahiisliinent on Nuuanu street, above King.
XT Island Produce lought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to 441-ly
CBAS. R. BIsHOF.
WM. A ALDR1CU
BISHOP & CO.,
in the east corner ot ".'lakee s
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on
Messrs. Obixsell, MisrfB & Co., New York.
Hesry A. Pibkck, Esq., Boston.
Messrs. Morgan-, Stosk & Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive dtposits.dlscount first-claw business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc. 43-S-ly
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Hawaiian
1 efers bv i.-rmision to
Messrs. AMrich. Walker 4: Co.,
Messrs. C. A. Williams & Co Mer9. C. llrewer ii Co.,
Messr. Ctle Conke Mesnr. H. Hackfeld Jt Co.,
D. C. Waterman.... Messrs. Wilcox, Uichards A: le.
MELCHERS & CO.,
Importers mid Coiiimissioii
AGENTS tOR THE
IlABBrKr.H-BaK.' Fiae IcsrRASta CirAST,
KaIWIKI rCAR PLASiTATlOS.
Tobev Si car Plant ATI v.
GciTAV C. Meumkh.'.
J. D. WiCKR,
Dtaltr in General Merchandise, Island Produce,
4rc. and Cotnmi'iioi .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on band an" extensive assortment of every
description f good required by ships and others. The
highest price giren f r Island Produce.
Mney adranerd for Bill, of Kxchsnce at resnaMe rates
Uilo. February 3. 161 SS-1y
W. a- AtDWCft, J. 8. WAlaSR, S. C. ALLEX.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants Dealers in Oenera'
Merchandise, and Agents for the 5 lie of Island produce.
Arent. for the Lihue, Metcalf. and rrince ille Plantations.
I). N. FLITN K II.
Continues his old business in t?ie fireproof bu.ldin Kaahuma
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and rjnadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Ch1s and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 4C6-ly
ALE and PORTER,
II onol I n.
A Ij Is Ii C O A' W A V ,
Will conlinae the Ge:iera Merchandise and Shippine 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 wh.ile ships at the shortest notice
and on the mot rea'nable terms. 425-ly
FIRE WOOD ON HAND.
SAM L. S
J. B. ATHrBTOS.
AMOS. S. COOKS
CASTLi: Ar COOKE,
General Merchants in the Fireproof 3tore, King Street, oppo
site the Seamen's Chajtel.
ALSO AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes C'!ebrate.I Family Medicine.
Wheeler 4- Wilson's Sewini? Machines,
The Kihala Suar Company,
The New England Mutual Life Insuraace Company,
The New York Pbenis Marine IasorsDC Company,
The New "York Security Msrine Insurance Company.
UK. J. MOTT SMITH,
0:Uce corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
W. II. R1CUAKDS,
li Kr.rt ftiwt Honolulu
Office orer the Office of
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.,
physician and Surgeon, Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
! humanu streets. 425-ly
M II. STAXtiEXWALD, 31. I.,
E PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
lLale New York City Dispensary Physician, member of the
H Medico-chiruxgical College, and of the Pathological Society
IJ of New York.
M'-iluce at the carter of Fort and Merchant Streets, llesidence In
: Nuuunu Valley, opposite that of E. O. Hall, Esq. 43o-ly
9 .. r . ... . , lnuM birv
I M'CANDLESS & CO.,
C n..n...i In ST 1 u . .r i u i c- - Itann arid iilATDll M VDrn A VMflr.
M N. Yl cGntvr of Fort and Kin ittrevti. Iloulula. H. I.
4 05-1 y
A. F. JUDD,
Vttorney and Counsellor at Law,
ORNEli FORT and MERCHANT Si.
I W. N. LADDi
pimporter and Dealer in Hardwabb, Cctlsht,
Tools aud Aoriccltcral Implbmssts, For
TB. C. BL-CCK
J Vou HOLT & IIEUCK,
I'leneral Commission Merchants, Honolulu. Oahu, S. I. 425 ly
II. HACKFELII Ad CO.
General Commission Agerits, Honolulu,
JAXIOX, CUCHN Ac CO.,
Comminioii Merchauts Fiie-Proof Buildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, lib'i. 425-ly
BCSO IlOOtf. TOCNO &HE0S0
CHUNC HOON & CO.,
'Couiruifiion Merchants and general agents Ageuts for the
I'aukaa and Amauulu Suar Plantations Importers of tea
and other Chiiise and foreign gools and wholesale dealers
in Hawaiian proauce ai uie new uue ciuri .luu.uiu .-un i,
below K.ing. -ioo-iy
A. P. CAR1CR
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
J0B-. M. n.lOD. ErC.,
JAMESHrNSBWBLL, Esq., 1
Charles Ukawkr, :sq.,
H. A. Pkirck, Es-j., j
M KSSRS. McRCEK & MRRRII-L, I
CnAS. WoLcorr Brooks, Eu.,
Mkssks. Wm. Pl'stai & Co......
Mbssrs. Pkkle, HrBBKLL it Co.
E. P. ADAMS,
Inmn rnii'Livn nit npiirn ix- rcvooil lrPDrn 11'TllPI? ff
LA II AIN A, MAUI. Ei
M Irish and Sweet Potatoes, with other lecruits.
constantly on II
hand and for sale at low rates.
S. H. DOWSETT,
W WS NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH BUILD-
M. ioe Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 453-6m j
iPIiotog rapliic Gallery!;
NEXT DOOIt TO THi: POST-OFFICE.
IflARTES HeVISlTE AND LAlUiER PIIO-!
iJ tugrsphs, Ambrctypes, Mclainotypea, Locket Pictures,
f-c, sc., taken as cneap as hi any piace in ine cuy. i
i On hanil an assortment of Frames and Chbps.
"J Also for sa!e at H. M. Whitney's Rook Store and at the Gal- 1
-fiery, photographs of the Volcano Kilauea,the Fire Kings Katne- :
Jhsmeha, and a variety of pictures illustrating Island scenes,
j Photographs retouched, plain or in color, in the best manner.
People on the other islands wishing for Card Photographs.
Jem obta'.n the same by sending any picture they wish copied
I the copies returned with promptness. j
11. L. tllASb.
P. S. No one can purchase another's picture except with j
rritten permission. 402-Sm j
fill E UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
the nublic Out thv have enacted a GALLbRY on Fort
Rrtn-et, above the store of Mr. S. Savidge. where they will be
Kaappy to see such as nny wnli to f.ivor them with theircustom.
Specimens may te seen at the tta:ery.
46Jai WEED BROTHERS.
fiks: inncks i
SMALL LOT Or SUPERIOR FIRE
C. L. RICHARDS 4: Co.
HAWAIIAN PACKET fITX:
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
FIRST CLASS CLIPPER PACKETS
in this line will be dispatched regularly for the
Have superior cabin and steerage accommodations fitted
E,up epresly for the comfort and convenience ol passengers.
Paaengi-rs and freight taken at the iirt current rites.
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
Vsronts of" tlio T,in(
!. CHAS. W. BROOK? & Co.. S;.n Francisco.
482-1 y Messrs. RICHARD: & McCRACKEX, Portland.
EONE HUNDRED FINE BLACK COATS 1
FROM 15 TO ?30 EACH.
FROCKS, COATS. SACKS, &C. !
MEN'S HEAVY Ulf DERCLOTHING
Consisting in part cf
SOCKS, AND DRAWERS,
Made or tue ery llest .Material.
100 Blue Flannel Coals and Sacks !
FROM T TO EACH. k
The aiove p'xxis are warrar.tea g-vyt articles, or no sale,
the TERMS are CASH WITH DISCOUNT.
TSJ O X" TT 3T 3J1 :
4&3-3UJ H. McDONNA,
Fort ml., opposite Me.sr.. Lrwtrt 6c DirUaon.
Wm. WILSON, Proprietor.
Kl.fG STREET, HOSOLULU. 422-ly
GEO. W. VOLLUM,
13 o o 1 a - JE5 i ii cl e i -Merchant
St., opposite the Sailor's Home.
Binding of all description executed with neatness and dispatch.
King Street, near Castle & Cooke's Store.
riven to the erection of all kinds of Fire .
Works. Roofs Slated and Warranted.
California L,tne for sale at his Store, Nuuanu St.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
ltOB'T D. MORCJAX.
Choicest Meats from finest herds.
4c j furnished to order.
H. FISCHER !
TAILOR Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of fine
Broadcloth, Cassiuierea aud liuckskm, Nuuanu M., Delow
King St. 4C0-ly
BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. -'s-iy
Cabinet Maker and French Poliaher. Hotel Street, near tb
Drug Store of J . Mott Smith lr Co.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in Furniture of every des
cription, furniture warermni on fort streer, opposite
Messrs. Lewers & Dickson s oluce ; Workshou at the old
Stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 422-ly
F. II. a: Ci.SKGKF.KKN,
Tinsmiths aud Plumbers,
.Vuuanu Strrtt. near the Wharf STOVES and LEAD PIPK,
always on hand. Jobbing of all kinds attended to. 452-ljf
J. II. iVICKIl,
ALAKBA STREKT BELOW TBB TBCATRS.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices.
RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
ZTA stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
red to supply his customers;
tl and the nnblic. with
the best Yellow, Uruwu
ArsI3 OI1L. MOA,X,
13 Iar?e or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Soap grease always wanted. 411-ly
BENNETT & M'KENNY
Boot and Shoe Makers, afti
Have removed to the North side of Nuuanu St.,' W r-
above Love's Bakery.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
and dispatch. 444-ly
F. 1. 3IUOIIES,
IXtPMIITP.R A- MiVIIPlC.
tfW TUKEK of all kind of Saddlery, Car- QfSrS
riagft Trimming, Mattress making
and repairing don with neatness and dispatch
XT All orders promptly atteuded to.
Corner of Fort aud Hotel street, Honolulu
taken the building a.l- &iaSS&
havme taken the Imilamg
joinine the Drue Store of J. M. v'
f.. Smith : t;o.. on Hotel Mreet. rnfrs ior saie .
coroi.lete assortment of SUPERIOR FURNITURE,
ma.le from A'OJ. KOU. AND other Fisb WO"D3
Is prepared to manufacture and fill Orders for Side Boards.
Cestkk TABLitf. Arm Chairs, ixjcsoes, wardrobes, sofas.
Ladies Work Tablks, Boxks, and other articles in his line of
business with promptness and dispatch.
435-ly WM. FISCHER.
J. L. LKWid.
G. W. MORTON.
lewis & mviim
3000 BARRELS NEW OIL SHOOKS.
OIL CASKS AND SHOOKS, Constantly on ham!
and for bh-'.
1 Cooperate on Kinjr St., Corner of
Bethel St.. Honolulu.
J. II. TIIOMPSOIVa
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale, a good assortment of
Best Refined Bar-Iron!
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal!
At the lowest Market Prices. 423-iy
COOPERING ! H
J. .A.. BTJEDIOKJ
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
to his new COOPEKAUE on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes this opportunity of retprn
ine his sincere thanks to his friends and the
f public in general, for the support and patron-
him for the past ten years, and hopes that by attention to bu"i-ff
ness and promptness in he execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors. 440-Iy
THE l titt.!Ili. ULIill Kr.-H
ppecITUIiy imonu wi? fupue ichi uv is irct4iieu n v-.i
atul finish all kinds ol brass anil composition work witti
d'.ppatch and at reasonable rates.
XT An kinds of ship and plantation work furnished cn shor
Ty Constantlv on hand, hose couplings of the following
sires: I, J, 1, 1 2 and 2j. AUo, oil cup and cause cocka. M
JAMEd A. HOPi'ER, 4
4i3 ly King street.
W. J. RAWLINS.
MI E PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
orks is prepared to supply his customers, and the pub-I
JJ lie in ge
general, with the best quality 1 tLLOW SUA 1
SOFT SOAP alwars on hand.
The nmBtST Pp.ics pir for Soat Greisk 435-ly
CASTLE & COOKE,
A PPOIVTED BY BIGELOW& BROTHER.
j of San Francisco, Aiteut for the wsll known 31 A RINK
The N. T. Pheuix. na.eia l.OOO.OOO.
And Ibe X. V. Security, n -! S2.000.000.
Are prepared to Uke risks upon CARGO. TREASURE
and FREIGHTS, to aud from all parts of the world
against partial or total loss from War or Mariue hasards , upon
the most favorable terms.
ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
ew England Life Insurance Company,
Life risks taken upon the most favorable terms. 4504m
rMlE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS FOR THE
B fcbore Company, have receotly received instructions to re
duce the Kate of Pretniuui on Stone and Brick Buildings and on
Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies on more favorable terms than heretofore.
Risks taken on Building. Machinery, &c on Sugar Planta
tions. J ANION. GREEN Co.,
THE IIRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
a-A.lNf I40INT. 3tH2i3aT!ISJ aXS Oo.
N. B. This Company takes risks ou goods only and not on
venae!. 4 S3 0m
CALI lOINI V
rWAHE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF THE
I. above Company, have been authorised to insure risks on
CARGO, FREIGHT uud TREASURE.
by COASTERS from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
Group, and vice versa.
41S-ly H. HACKFELD CO.
rMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
I. appointed Agents for the above company, beg leave to
nform the the public, that they aie now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts of the
n. HACKFELD k CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1862. 464-ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at ths office.
MELCHERS & CO.
Honolulu Oct. 11. 1357. 42Vly
OFFICE : Southwest corner of .Washing
ton and Battery streets.
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to issue 14 Marine Insurance policies," each being respon
sible for the sum written on the Policies against hfs own name
only, and for himBelf and not for others or any of them.
Job- PARttOTT. James Dokahck,
Oeor.gr C. Johssos, -William K. Bakrok,
N. Lusiho, j James Otis,
Jambs Phklam, James B. Haogim,
Lafatkttb MiiSAr.D, IJ. Mora Moss.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO. Agents.
Honolulu. II. I.
111 I mm ,
Of 8an Francisco.
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
B. appointeil agents for the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
Cargoei Freight nnd Treasure.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.
Honolulu. An. 22. 1R64. 431-ly
TN BOND ORDUTY4PAID, FOR SALE
ALDRICn, WALKER 4. CO.
nOR SALE BY
ALDRICH, WALKER ft Co.
OR SALE BY
ALDRICH, WALKER Co.
ON HAND and FOR SALE!
Best Patent Asphalt ROOFING FELT,
DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS IN BELFAST.
AVERY SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR ALL
A .VJ6 Ot ROOFS. For sale by
4d5-3m JANIOX, GREEN & Cc.
JFeneinsr Wire, lYos. l&G.
OR SALE BY
JANION, GREEN & Co.
Hemp Canvas and Wire Rope !
TIOR SALE BY
JL1 4o5-3m JANION, GREEN & Co.
SI en m and House Coal !
IN LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.
For sale bv
JANION, GREEN & Co.
rfMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED
M. Per Bark " WHISTLER," from San Francisco, an Invoice
OF NEW AND DESIRABLE GOODS,
Selected there espre3s!y for this market, by Mr. A FONG, and
which will be offered for sa!e at reasonable prices, consisting as
Ladies' Hats. of u . ,
Ladies' R-ots, '
Woolen Shawls, Hair Nets. Ladies' Neck Ties and
Woolen Comforters. Crocbet Needles.
Ladies' Artificial Flowers, Lace Ntcdles
Silk Umbrellas, Fine White Cotton Sheetings,
Canary Prints. Two Pir-.fc Prints,
Black Cotton Velvets. Gentlemen's Straw Hals,
Kerosene Lanterns, Keiosene Burners,
Contract M nf tins 44 wide n rery superior
A sranll Invoice of China Goods, via San
Flower Vases, Backgammon Boards, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Grass Cloth Handkerchiefs, Paper Cotters, 4c., fyc
CHUNGHOON & CO..
465-5t Nuuaou Street.
KAIWIKI PLANTATION !
Sugars and Molasses,
VOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit, by
MELCHERS Jt CO.
Sugar and Molasses!
KOIIA1.A SIHGSAIt CO,
R SALE IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT BIT
iM-Zia CASTLE It COOKki.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
From HAIKU PLANTATION !
l?OR SALE Bl
Waikapu Plantatiou !
H. CORNWELL, Proprietor.
Sugar and Molasses
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR KALU
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
404-3 tu GEO. O. McLEAN. Agaot.
S. Ci. WILDF.R, PROFRIFTOR.
SO. WILDER. HAVING BOUGHT THE
remaiuing interest in the above Plantatiou, will carry u
thebusiness as before. Ceu eral Agent.
464-Sm C. BREWER tt Co., Honolula.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
CROP of 1865.
LTOW COMING IN.
For Sale by
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEK,
BAST MiLTJI I
CROP OF 1865.
For sale by (4&S-6m) C. BREWER CO
Sugai and Molasses,
FROM THE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
sale in quantities to suit by
406-3m ALDRICn, WALKER tt Co.
Sugar and Molasses,
ROM THE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
sale in quantities to salt by
465-8m ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
LAHAINA SUGAR CO.,
Sugar and Molasses
B71ROM THE COMPANIES MILL.
mr For Bale by
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Lihue Plantation !
ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
464-3tn ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.
Sugar and Molasses
FROM METCALF PLANTATION !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quautities to suit purchasers by
464-3m ALDRICn, WALKER CO. .
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAU1I.NA !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE 13
quantities to suit purchasers by
464-3 in ALDRICH, WALKER CO.
IIOXOLULU SIM REFLM !
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
establiahment for sale in quantities to suit purchsaera by
4C4-3ui ALDRICH. WALKER k CO.
To Produce Dealers,
Rides, Goat Skins,
Old Composition, Old Copper.
BOUGHT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET
rates by C. BHKWER Co.,
N. Tl. Consiprnraen's from the other islands will have prompt
attention. 4 6 2-3 m
I HEREBY FORBID ALL PERSONS
trusting any one on my account without my written order.
444-6.D JAMES DAWSON.
MILLINER. CLOAKMAKER AND
AT XV. FISCHER'S OLD STAND. HOTEL
Street, near the Hawaiian Theatre.
La dim' nnd Children's) Hat and Cloak
constantly on hand and made to order. 469-Stn
20,000 Old Newspapers
UITABLE FOR WRAPPING PAPER.
For sale cheap by tb. lot) or 1000.
434 Sin D. M. WHrTNKT.