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SIX DOLLARS PER AXXl'NI.
VOL. IX. Xo. 4V. HOLE No. 41V.
IIOXOJXTLU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE 10. 1SU5.
pl'BLISIIED WUKKI.V 111
IIEXR. M. Will l'NKV .
X (a'rnipl Old I'orm.
vrh- fiUl juJv a man Vy Lis inaunecj ?
VVb j ti:i knov huu by his Jress ?
I'jOier may tt tr pr'u.c,
I'riuce fit f'r -iatllii-j
CruuV.eJ eLirt and Jirly jck-t
l y b.xl'U.e the g-iMca urc
Satin Ycnts coiilil Jo no more.
Ttefe arf f firing of crystal nrctjr,
Kver irWliiiif out of tne i
There r .jrpl-i luii a:J g'JJt-n,
flkdlm, cnwhftl aiid overjfr.iwn.
IM, wt.D C'-ar.H hy toai4, Q't Jreiie.
Li.vtn ari.t .r-rfK;ri you mr.l me,
Wli.k. hf tjIli.-- throne, th LlKlit,
liut ai ptbbleit iu the Vfa.
M.n, ui-raiiol atoe hi follows,
rf: f..r:. h:3 f-l'.ows tti-n ;
;in'.r, rul'-r, lofl, r-tnruhr
Tt it your uimurnt LinJ are iqpo
Men t.y l.ilx.r, rrifn feflin.
31ri ry thoujrht, an.! m?n by fam,
tlaimiiij; erjual ri(tht t' anhifr.
In sarj ennotd.n; name.
Th-r ar: tiai:inT ilereil ooran,
Thre arr littl we l-cla-l rill,
1 t-rc are frl,I inch-high apling,
Ti.erc ari c-Jir n the hilU i
Col, h' count .y ouU, Dot station,
L.jVc. an l .n.i?r jou anl me ;
K..r, to Iliru, all vain Jitinction
Are a jiMj!:a in the ..
T i:inu hanJ ar; I .ne huiM-rs
Of a nation' wraith or fame ;
T'.Uc.l laz i is pcnionnJ,
Feil anl fattnt J on the arne
fcy the iPit of others fort-head.
I.im only to n j-)ice,
t fale the jxr,r wan' outragej freed. .ro
Vatnly lifted np its Toice.
Truth ami Justice are eternal,
&ira with loveliness and light ;
Secret wrims shall nerer pnpr.
While there U a sunny right ;
U.aI. whi.se worll-heari Toice U inui?
Im.uii iU love to you and nic,
I'ink ripirisi n with title
A thi pehbK in the sea.
The more Ule a ruuior is, the busier it generally is.
The moft powerful meu eometimes doubt their
j,cwer. The feeblest. neTer.
Preutice thinks it 00 more than right that uieu
hoal J seize time by the forelock, for the rule old
fellow sooner or later, pulN all their hair out.
The am.ty dud is Jootue-I tu carry and lodge bis
fiercest acjuser iu Lia own Loaom.
Home men nobly sere their country by dying
upon the battle-ficM. Uthers can sere it by dying
Most of the aha Iowa that cross our path through
life are caused by btanding in our own light.-
Death cornea to a good man to relieve bim. It
comes to a b 1 1 mm to relieve society.
A Frenchman wa arked his opinion of the Ijerby
Rves He pprea l hia arms, shrugged his ehout
S ra;Bed his eytbro-, and ..id : " Here dey
ome. dere d.y g ; W e hundred pounds.
.Mt J'oi oil a tout I "
The reK, .rk of a New Hampshire Mioitcr will ap
plT tery well in any latitude : He - ud that r.d.ug
Lr or five miles to a social gathering m the etening
w s a tine thinf. bat half a mile in the city on
Sunday morning was a great distance to Church .
A bachelor politician remarked to a lady that soap
.tr..e : excellent to keep the feet warm in bed
"Ye..." she replied, but some gentlemen hate an iui
provfment on that which you know nothing about
OU bachelor turno 1 pale and ma:utaiu.d a wisttul
The last story tol l of Sidney Smith ia of his going
ta the baths at Brihttn to reduce Lis aiie. A
. "uu are certainly
thinner than when I you InM. " "
tue ret ly. " I h ic only been ten days here, but they
hue scraped enou cJ mo already to make a cu
ra'e." The Chud ad thk Doo A little boy bad lived
f.r sometime with a penurious uncle. The latter
was one day walking out with the child at bis side
wh.n fiiend, accompanied by a greyhound, accosted
huu The Urtle fellow, nevr having secu a dog or so
.lira and alight a texture, cl iied the creiture round
th- neck with the impawned cry. " O. doggie, dog
ge ! and diu jc live wi your uncle, tae, that you
are thin ?
Daniel O'Connell. in re.pone to a toast given at
toliti.-al m.erinc.in co.npliment to his wife, gave
Thl following beautiful reply: "There are some
fric of .-o sacred an 1 sweet a nature, that tbey may
crmprthendd by the?c who are happy, but they
cannot be p. -illy described by any human being
U that I h ill do is to thank you in toe i.ame of
Ur wlo was the disinterested choice of my youth :
who was the ever chterfal companion cf my manly
vnrs : an I who is the weetet solace of that sere
aad 'yVilovr leaf age at which I have arrived. In
her name I thank yo.i ; and this you may read, , y -be-l-eve
fir experience. I think, "ill show to as ad that
nn cannot taitiean l truKZle with malignant ene-
m " unle5 his neft at nome is warm nu- vo..
tie unless the h-m-y cf human life is commended
ty a hand that he loves "
Tut Ttht V.'aT. It is a sore trial when a daughter
shall n..rr a.int her father's approbation. A
little hard neartedne and aversion to reconcile
ment always pardonable After all v ill Dock
wriv'sway i-. rarhap,. the w,,est. II.s beat loved
d...iist-r male a mo-t imprudent match; in fact,
eloned with the last man in the world that ber
fuher w. ull have wished her to marry. All the
wcrli said ha would never speak to her again
For month she durst not write to h.m. nmc. less
come near him. Dut in a casual rencounter, he met
tot in the streets cf Ware-" are th at w , I long
remember the mild virtues of iHia". Dociwray.
Eeo Wh it said the parent to bis disobedient chi.d.
hse knevs faltered under ber at the sight of bun ?
"Ha. S.key! is it you?" with that benevolent
Mffct with which he paced the street cf Ware
vener,.tl as an a.ige!; "come aul dine with
ra cn Sunday." Then turning back, as if be bal
forgotten something, he added, "and. Sukey, do
ycu hear, bring your husband with you. This was
all the reproof she heard from him Charles LamD.
JIILLINr.K. CI.OAKMAKIjH AND
VT V. I'ISCIIEK'S OLPSTAMMIOTEL
street, near the Hawaiian Theatre. , ...
xAm Hn,l t l.il.I.e..'- II nn.l C l?"J
rot.s-ar.tjy on har.d and nial-? to order.. -
- or I
or Ctma ware, wrod. shell rpaTr work. As rm'n
Cluu,, are, ii ,i unequalled Prif 37 cents o r sale
11. M HITNi.
H. W. snVCKAN'CK,
.lA' COMM1SSIOX MERCHANT,
rire-irool' Store, KohinsonS Iluildin,
Ul KEX .-Tl'.KKT, HONOLULU.
Will contirm-: baincss at th? new stand. 424-ly
j. ii. roLi:,
(acrt:.v-iUTi) A. P. trEKKTT.)
At his lte rooms. Queen Sireet.
ii. r. snow,
IVroKThK ANI PEALKR IX GKNtKAL I KRCfl AXDISE,
Honolulu, Oahu. II. I. UO-ly
E. O. HALL & SON,
Importer and lt-iil.-r in Hardware. Dry tJoods, Paint, Oila, and
general Mert-handise, corner of Fori and King streets 42d-ly
HONOLULU STKAM I'LOIJK MILL.
Fli'I r, Iiiis i.vi HioUTS. For sale by
45-ly J. SAVIblJK, l'roprietor.
lH-at-r in O.rnera IM-.-rchan I!il , Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms.
Bills of exchange wanlcd. 4'6-ly
ALIIX. J. C.VKTWUICHT,
Voriiiuiiflon Merchant arid General thij pin Ag-r.t, Honolulu
Oahu. II. I 5-ly
I'LOIt rNS STAPI'MIOKST,
Aent for the I5rem-n arid lJres.lfn IV-.anl of Und-rwriteri. All
average claim i aain.-t th- said I'ndcrwritcr.s, occurrine in
or about thU KiiiK'.l 'rn. will have to be certified before him.
" H. Y. LUDINCTON,
si crssoa to v. s. rt-.iir A: Co.)
Importer and Wholesal-; Ii'-aier in Wines and Spirit, and
Malt lJfjuors, Charlton Wharf. Honolulu. II. I. 417-ly
A. S. CniNBAUWI & CO.,
Importers wv Wholesale I'eal-rs in Fashionable Clfthine,
Hats, rap, limits and hr??, an! every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Furnishine Gols. Store, formerly wcu
pied by W. A. Aldri'-h, Ksfp, in Makce's ItlocV. ijueen
htreet. H'rio'u!u. Oahu. 437-ly
. A. ALD1-.1CII,
J. S. W1UKK,
14. C. 1LLKS.
ALDRICH, WALKER' & CO.,
. i . ... ..f...mf. n..alpr. In (Ipnpnt
importers f. 1 1 i ..'iii.iii.T' -.. - - . ........ ... -
Merchandise, and Apeui. f..r the Sale of Inland produce.
Ae--rits for the I.ihu-?, Metcalf, and IVinceville Plantation.
I. N. 1'LITNCU,
Continues his oil buiin- -s in the fireproof building Kaahuma
iiii s reet.
Chronoim-tcrs rated by observations or the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention Riven to fine
watcl repairing, sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and a lju.sted Charts :i I nautical iiiitrunients constantly
on han.l and for sale 425-ly
i7ivrs c c w a v ,
niu ou.u..aviiK . ion.llu and yhippinir business
at the alKve l-rt, uiiere il.ry -r- ,..r a
idstlv celebrated Kawaihae Potato.-, and such other re
cru.W ai are re.iu.reo by W.ale .hips at the shorte.t not.ee
and on the most reasonable terms. 4-J-iy
fire: vood or hand
SIH'L. S.CiilU. J. b. ATiiKRTuS. AO.S. 8. COOSK
CASTLK A' COOK K,
Oenertl M-r. l,ar,:s in the Fireproof .-tore, Kii. Street, opJHj
s.le t.ic ? -ani'-n's Chapel.
ALSO A i EXTS rtlll
It. Jayn. s Cel- i.rale I Family Medicines.
Wheeler -V WiNi.n'.s rewind .Machines,
Ti. K .1: t a iu-.r t'onip my,
Ihe New Kimvid Mutual Lif'i Insarauce Company,
The Xew York Pi.eni Mar.ne Insurance Company,
The S-w Vork. Security Marin-: I.., ur.u.ce Company.
4o. i y
n. a- p. cahrka
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
IIouoliilu. Oiihii. II I
Jon. M. Hood. Esn 'e,r ork-
Chari.es Hkkwkr. Es-i., .
II. A. l'kiiiri:. F.si.. J
. . Uoston.
MK.-.-KS. '.. Ul KK .V MltKBtLI..
. . . . II' ...... v S'. .f . .! Ii. I
m's'rs. Pistai-.V Co Hongkong.
K.S. P,.Kl.K, lll BBr.lt K Co. Manna.
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
Particular attention paid to the purchase and al ol Ilawaiiaa
. fers by pertni-i-'n to
B. F. Snow MM. Aldrieh. Walker & Co..
Me-.r. C. A. W.liiun.i Ax C- M-sr. C. llrewer K to .
Mers. Castle Cooke.. Messrs. H. Hackfel I &. Co
Mer 1- C Waterman Messrs. V ilcox, Richards v CO.
456-1 v ...
MELCHERS 8c CO.,
In.porii-r and Coinmisioii
AGF.NTS FOR THK
lUMBrar.n-Hacm-.s Firb Insirascs Co'.rA-JT.
KAlWIkl Sf'-.AU PtANTATIOS,
To3i.T Sioa Plastati t-
licriv C. Mui-CnEH-s.
J. l. V"l KE,
DtiUr in Central MtrchanJise, Island Produce, j
r., an i Co;ui:ii-si'i .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I., j
Will keep constantly on t.an I an eMens:e -v""r,. ... - - w
.l--ri.ti..n f COM required by ships and others. The
hiehest price c.ven f r Island Pro-luce.
Money a lvanced f r Il.r.s f Eveh.in.-i at reaoaaMe rates
' lido. Febr i .ry 3. l'l
I WATERMAN Jc CO..
coimissio y m y. u ciia y ts.
F.r-cial attei.Con t a d to the int. r.sts of the Whaling FWt, by
f V furnishin.-Vf fur,!,, purctia,.- an 1 sale of Kh.flre. 0.1,
li'nr.c, Gciural M.rchan.l.s. and the procuring .reig..t
M-sr. Isiac H.vALAsn. Jr., x Co.. New Bedford
V. G. K. Poi'K. Ksw-. do.
V.wiiN.M'.'ii C. San Fraricis-ro.
M.-r.tkK Mrautti.. '-o 4-5-ly
Li. w rks. - 'CKSOM.
LEWKItS A DICKSON,
rsin I.nm. erand BaiMLs,: MV.-iU:,Fojt St. Honolulu.
A. S. CLECHORN,
Pea'.-r in General Merchandise, fire-pro. Store corner of Ka
I .humantt an I CJU- en stre- ts. ..pj. s.te Makee's Pb-ck.
Retail rs-abashment on Nuuanu sire-t, above King,
j Jiit;"l Pr-lace ..ought ar: l .M. l:a,:d crdcr, careful.y
. , - - -
""" " M. A ALPR.CH
Chas. a. bishop. tusiio1. tV n,M
Bar.k-rs. OfEce in th- east corner cf "Makee's Block," on
Kfhun.anu street. II .u lu!a.
Iraw bids of K- han- on
Messrs Okin-xkll, MiNTrRV x Co.,
liKT A. P:r.::ce, Es.,
Messrs. MoBfiAV, Stis i: Co.,
r,aec""Vdpc..itV.dbc:.I:;t nrsWu. t usines. PP.
ti. i.d to 1-olle. tir... etc
1)11. J. 3IOTT SAIITII,
OlSce corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
. II. KlfTIIAKDS,
Fort Street, Honolulu. OfTicc over the ORice of II. Staneen
II. HOTF-MANN, 31. I.,
Physician and t.injeon, Makee's ll'.-k, corner yueen and Kaa
huinanu streets. 4-0-1y
ii. stan(.i:nvali, 31. i.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New York City Insp-nsary Physician, member of the
Medico-chirm irical College. ;uid of the Pathological Society
of New York.
Ofcc- at the corner of Fort and M--rch:int Streets. Keiden.v in
Nuuanu Valley, opposite that f K. O. Hall, Esq. 4:Srt-ly
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
CORNER FORT and M F.RCIIANT Sr., HONOLULU. OAHU
W. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer in Hakdwark, Cttlert, Mechasics
TooLri aud AoKictLTti.Ai. Iai i-KMKxrs, For street. Hono
lulu. 4-25-1 y
C. L. RICHARDS & CO.,
Chip Chandl.-rs and Commission Merchants. deV.Ts in General
Merehandi-e. K-ep con u.intly on han I a full assortment
of merchaudisc, tor the supply of W halers and Merchant
vessels. 4' O-ly
i. r. mVasdless. John i-atv.
M'CANDLESS & CO.,
Dealers in Grockkik., Hkkad and Gknerai. Mkkchandisk.
N. K. corner of Fort and King ctrcels. Honolulu. II. I.
B. V..S HOLT. in. CHUCK
Von HOLT A II 11UCK,
General Coinmisi.n Merchants. Honolulu. Oahu, 3. I. 420 ly
iFTnACKrLLI) A ( o.
General C'oinniissiou Agent9. Honolulu,
Oahu, S. I. I-5!1
B. F. EHLERS,
riili I" Hi'.V (ioods, f-iill-cs!, Are.
4.1y Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
J ANION. (illllllN Ac CO.,
Commission Merchants Fiic-Proof P.uildings, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 15da. 42i-ly
CHCSC IIOON. TOfSG t-UF.OXC
CHUNG HOON & CO.,
Commission Merchants and peneral agents Apents for the
Paukaa and Arnauulu Suear Plantations Importers of teas
and other Chinese and freicn -"hi1s and wholesale dealers
In Hawaiian produce at the new iJone Store, Nuuanu Street,
below King. 4H5-ly
?V It I
T J-i O IS
ALE and POUTER,
Snil' CHANDLER AND HEALER IN CENERAL fltKCHAMUSE,
LA II A I N A 3IACI.
Irish and Sweet Potato., with other leeiuit., constantly on
hand and for sale at low rates. 4i5-6m
IS VOW I'KKI' tllKDTO I't ltMSH PX ILD
iug Material of every description at the lowest .Market
''order from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumlx-r Yard on corner of QiiO' ii and Fort Streets. 4a3-t.nl
NEW PIIOTOGRAP HIC
r b y i k v m f. us 1 1: m:i v ;o v i in ko h m
1 the public that th.-v have erected a tl A LLERi on l-ort
Street, above th-J store of Mr. S. S.ividjre, where they will be
happy to nee such a may wih to favor them with thcircistom.
,.e,imens may be sen at the Wry BUOTKRS.
FURK ITU RE SHOP.
r-r-, Tiir.rx in: it s i i x i' i g7;
.S havins taken the bti.ld iiit ad-
joining the I'rint Store of .1. M. V - --J
. . . . l-... . - T. . w mt f. . aula U
comp! e assortment f S 11' KK IOlt FL U X IT U K K.
made from ATO.l. KOC. axi .mhkk Iisk o. ns.
Is prepared to'manuf o-ture and till Ord. rs for Side Uoakds,
Cfntrk Tables, a km I hairs, Iisiks, Wahlr-bss. Soka.s,
Ladiks Wohk Tabi-ks. PoXks, and other articles iu his line of
business with promptness and dispatch. .,,
4'15-ly .l. it. it t-iv.
.VIbbSOX'S SKKIKS OF SPELLERS and
TT KKADKRS. inclu.hr, R :
Priniarv Sx ller f r becinners.
Standard Sp-llers, WilUon's Primer,
Wilison'slst, 2 1, 3d. 4th and 5:h Readers.
A L-. )
Willson's School Charts, for teaching object lessons. Beauti
fullytrated. In .ett of 22 cards. J.r .!
31 APS OF Till: SAXmVlCII ISLANDS.
4 pEW OF THK KXI'MIRIXC F.MKII-
s ti.v, man on hand. No t ur:' should be without one
F'-r sale by.
H. M. WHITNEY
ac. it i: i' 3i i : n t n l a nks.
-LXK FORMS l)K'.U;UKF.MF,XT HF-
twein Masters and Servants ti e ouly au:hor.ed fomi
l'rloc Sl.OO i-r orn.
Fnr sale by
411.2m H M. WHITNTA.
New York via San Francisco !
OTLEVS HI TCH REl'FIILIC. 3 VOLS.
otW'll'iist.-.rv of the United Netherlands, 2 vo!s. sheep;
Abbott's Life of Naj oV-or., 2 v. '..
McCuli'-ch'- Gercraphieai I'ictionary,
Mon Classical l;Ctioi.ary, Sndth's Classical P.ctionary.
Li ldell's a:id Scott's Gr- ek ani English Lexicon,
Latiu and Lr.vi.sh Lexicon,
H Vntiah M.-sre' Works. ..Mion's Wo.ks, 3 vols, sheep.
Macaulav's H.story of Kn.'.and. 5 vols.
Hume's H'storv of g'ar. i. 0 vols.
Vfue-n'sof S-"tiand.S v..:s.; Thackeray's Four Georges,
Thackerav's R 'Utii About Papers.
Ttackerav's Vanity Fair, Ihr.eCLrks.
Mnall H -us at Arlir.irt-a. by A. Trollope,
rlev Farm, by Anth- ny Tr.'V.ope,
Wet In. if, bv Anthony Trollop.
North America. by Anthony Troll- r".
Castle Kic:imoi-.d, by Anthony Troliope. Doctor Thcrne,
p.vial Condition of th- Fnxiish People,
Ring of Ama'is.by Itulwer Lvttnn,
Pa ChaKJu's Africa. Li v-.i clone' Africa,
Capt. Sp-cke s Joura.ii "t tne fucuici. v. .... . o-.v .
f the Hawar.an islands.
incer's Pocket t.ui le.
Prictical As-.r.-aon;y, o-ti.t? 3 Aii.eorn,
'.iii.C Latin Granimar. R-a lirg Without 'lears,
Streaks of Li-ht. More AK ut Je-us,
Knapp's French U-a ii:.-' P. k. stu lent Home,
Pirnes' Not'-s on the N-w Tec-.met t.
I iddell's History f f Rcnie. Lr. Smith's Rist- ry of Greece,
F'ranbv Parsor.at-. H..rrv's Ladder ta Learning.
Mrs S'herw.-Kl' Wcrk. 1 vols . Reilfa'ious lrainine.
others too num. n us t". mention. Aiwilnl ani and
Tn-t He-riwd.a'.JC-reinl varie-1 cohect.on of 0 t.l
For s.le cheap a. the liOOKSTOU F.
Win. WILSON, Proprietor.
A7.VG STREET, HOyOl.L l.V. 422 ly
8. P. NOHEA.
INS OH E A & BtVINS,
r viNTLits, :lazii:us and paper
ham: I. ns.
it v.u I.V. V V. TO I X FO R l
the residents of Honolulu and others
that they have opened their shop in
Hotel St.. near -r. Wood' residence,
where they will receive all orders, and
execute them In the highest style of the
art, with dispatch.
CEO. VV. VOLLUfVI,
3Ieiclant St., opposite the Sailor's Home.
Binding uf all description executed with neatness and dispatch.
King Street, near Castle A Cooke's Store.
TlS given t( the erection of all kinds of Fire
-..rL u..fj s i- .... i Warranted.
i -....a for at bis Store. Nuuanu St.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
ltOIFT 1). 3IOR(.AN.
Choicest Meats from linen herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetable,
4-c., furnished to order. 4 j5
H FISCHER !
TAIIXR Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of line
ItroailclotJi, Uassnueres anu nutunu,
' f.nOKCI' CLARK,
HOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, between
and Maunakca streets. 425-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher. Hotel Street, near the
Prug Store of J . Mott Smith if Co. 42b- .y
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in Furniture of every des
cription. Furniture Warerorm on Fort street, opposite
Messrs. Lewers & Pickson's ollice ; Workshop at the old
Stand Hotel street, near Fort.
N n.Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 4-iy
etT. nr;..c. ..;!. ami Vluniliers.
.'vTiu Street, near the Wharf STOVES and LEAD PIPE
always on hand. Jobbing of all kinds attended to. 4j,'-1y
J. II. WICKK,
ALAKE.V STRKKT UFLOW THE THKATRK.
Furni'are made and repaired at reasonable prices. 4t32-ly
THE IT XBERSKJ X E I WOLI.I HE-
rpectfully inform the pnplic that he is prepared to cast
and finisli all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rab s.
All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
Constantly on hand, hoe couplings of the following
i i i ii -2 and 21. Also, oil cups and gauge cock.
" " J JAMES A. HOPPF.lt,
jy King street.
H0N0LUtUS0AP WORKS J
fBlII K PROPRIETOR OF
. .",:. ,,,;.,... and th.-i.ub-
VortS IS J.re.a..:.. o. rui... . t fi
lie in general, with the best quality EI.LOW NOA1 .
SOFT SO A I nlwnys on linnl.
Til- HltiH.ST PllICK TAIl FOK OAP GRKA.SK. 435-ly
HAVINC. RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the bent Yellow, llroivu mid
While SOAP. ALSO
SOFT ATS"T OIL .CKY!.
In larpe or small quantities to suit.
p. S. Soap grease always wanted. 7. . V:J
BEMETT & tVl'KENNY
f Boot and Shoe Makers, aj
si Have remote.! to the North side of Nuuanu St.,' fc
above Love's Bakery.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with nfftn"
IT. 1. HVJOIIjGS,
Cytii TURER of all kind of faddiery, Car- ?Jr'.
ty ri;,. rrimmin. Mattress making
and repairini; done with neatn-s and dispatch
TJ- All orders promptly attended to.
Cornrr of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu 7IJZ
O. W. NORTON.
J. I.. LEWIS.
3000 It V R R ELS NEW OIL SHOOK.
OIL CASKS AND SIIOOKS, Constantly on hand
and for sa'.e.
Cooperate on Kinjr St.. Corner ol
Rethel St., Honolulu. 402 cm
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
for sale, a good assortment of
Best Refined Bar-Iron!
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal!
At the TsAccst Market Prices. 4--iy
J. .A.. 33tJR33ICIv,
IX RKMOVINf! 1IIS1JCS1XESS
ro3S to,ii new COOl'KK.MiK on the Ksplanade
ft x r' Lv p.,rt atreet, takes this opportunity of r.-tprn-Pk-Si.
it.ir his sincere thanks to his friends and the
VT ZJSgfl public in ireneral. for the support and patron-gaiL-fi"
'rtii ace which they have been pleased to crant
hin f -r the past ten year-., and h'.p. s that by attention to bu.i
ne.s aod promptness in he execution of all orders in'1' to
bin, he w.Uiiicr.t a c.tinuance of their favors. Uu-iv
LEWIS & NORTON,
ill 111 I. Hi lilllt. ll.l.ll LI VVi'IIil
Ot J-iitu Frant'lisoo.
fBHIE FXIERSHiVEI HAVING' IIEEX
1 appoiiited airents for the above Company, beg leav to
Inlorm the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE IXSCRAXCE POLICIES ON
t'iirguet Freiyhl oml Treanure.
ALDRICH, WALKER Ji CO.
Honolulu. AUjf. -2, 1S61. 42l-j
OFFICI' : Southwest corner of Washing
ton and ltattery streets.
npiIK FXHERSItiNEO ARE I'KEPARED
1 t issue " Marine Insurance policies," each belnir ieapou
ible for the sum written on the Policies against hi o n a.me
only, and for himself and not for others or any .f theui.
Johs Parkott, .Tamks Dosaiick,
George C. Johnsos, William E. IUkron,
N. LcsiNii, Jamk-s Oris,
Jawes Phklav, Jamks 15. Haggis,
LaKA Yt'TTK MATSAflP, U. MORA MOS.
ALDRICH. WALKER Si CO. Agent.
Honolulu. H. I.
CASTLE A: COOKE,
VPPOINTEl) BY UIGELOW A- BROTHER,
of San Francisco, Ascents for the well known MARIN K
The X. Y. Phenia:. nel l,000.000.
And l he N. V. Security. nela 2,000,000.
Are prepared to take risks upon CA ROO. TREASURE
and FREIGHTS, to and from all parts of the world
apalnst partial or total loss from War or Marine hazard, upon
the most favorable terms.
ALSO AGENT3 FOR THK
New Euulitiid Life Inaurnnee Cuuipaay,
Life risks taken ujion the most favorable terms. 4 50 -6m
riMIE UXDERS1GNEI). AGEXTS FOR THE
A alwe Company, have recently received Instructions to re
duce the Rate of Premium on Mone ana uric- Duuum
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 I lanta
ti,ms JANION, GREEN if Co.,
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head OCice, Manchebter Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
X k Thi7"Coinpaiiv takes"riTks on goods only and not on
, 45a DDI
vessels. . ,
niHE I'NDERSIWNEI) HAVING BEEN
I appointed Agents for the above company, beg leave to
"nform the the public, that they are now prepared to Issue
. . i v u ivsntANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all rarU of the
world. n ifit-cpTTi Po
Honolulu.jApril 2J562L 4e'ly-
II A 31 11URC II-1IR K 31 Ii N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
rrtllE UNOERSIGNEH, Agent of the above Com
i. pat.y, are prepared to insure risk agalnt fire Id and
For particulars apply at the office. jheixHERS & CO.
Honolulu Oct. 11. 1867. 42&-ly
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
From HAIKU PLANTATION !
IOR SA LI-: IS
To Produce Dealers.
Hides, oat Skins,
Old Composition, Old Conner,
Tallow, Old Iron,
BOUGHT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET
rate bv C BREWER ir Co.,
rate oy t.i,.. m,,f
N B. Consignments rrom the other islands will have prompt
rIIE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
O. known a C1.VO HOO.V ir CO.. expires this day by
limitation All outstanding accounts will be settled by Chung
Hoon or YounK -heon.
(By his attorney Young Sheong.)
Honolulu, 31st March, 18G5.
Mr. Achu having withdrawn from the firm, the buinea will
hereafter be continue.! by the undersigned uudcr the old firm
style and name of CHVyG UOOS CO
Honolulu, 31st March, 1865
Lntely reeeiel from Chiun viaSanFranclseo
A FEW FIECE3 OF
VERY SUPERIOR WHITE PONGEE I
Suitable for Gentlemen' Undershirts and Pejamma.
SSJOAR & -MOLASSES,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
468.3m ALDRICH, WALKER A Co.
Hawaiian Marriage Certiflcates.
PRICE 1, PER DOZEN.
For sale by
ti. M WHITNEY
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
CROP of 1S5.
JOW COMING IX.
For Jrl by
C. BREWER L CO.
r-HIE IIOXOLI LC REFINERY WILPAl'
m. the highest market price for
HARD SUGARS, AND
First and Second Molasses!
WITH OR WITHOUT CO.STJIXERS.
ALPKICH, WALKER Jk CO.,
Sugar and Molasses
ROP NOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE
in quiniitie to suit purchaser by
40S-3in ALDRICH. WALKER & CO.
Sugar & Molasses !
(MI a; PI AiTATIOV.
ROP NOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE
in quantities to suit purchaH.-r by
4t3S-3m ALDHICII, WALKER & CO.
Sug'ar siikI Molasses.
IA"ROM THE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
sale in quantities to suit by
4H5-3m ALDRICH, WALKER it Co.
Sugar and Iolasscs,
fTlROM THE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
L sale in quantities to suit. by
405-3iii ALDRICH. WALK nt h Co.
LAHAIWA SUGAR CO.,
Sugar and Molasses
IROM THE COMPANIES MILL.
1 For Bale by
ALDRICH. WALKER & Co.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAHAINA !
-1ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
V quantities to suit purchaser by
46441m ALDHICII, WALKER & CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
Prom Lilmo Plantation !
ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchaser by
4ft4-3m ALDRICH, WALKER UU.
Sugar and Molasses
FROM METCALF PLANTATION !
ROP COMING IX AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to uil purchaser by . .. . ,
4jt-3m ALDKICII, vAl.vtiv qr w.
Susrars and Itlolassew,
VOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit, by
Waikapu Plantation !
H. CORNWELL, Proprietor.
Sugar and Molasses
I71ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
1 in Iota to suit purchasers. Apply to
4U-3m GEO. C. McLKAN, Ageut.
East Maui Plantation.
Sugars and Molasses,
CROP NOW COM I XG IN, AND offered
for sale iu quantities to su,t by . &
S. c;. WILDER, PROPRIETOR.
SC. WILDER. HAVING BOUGHT THE
remaining inter. t iu the above PlantaUou, wid carry on
tiphiisine-s as before. Gen eral Agents
4m BREWER k Co., noaolulu.
Sugar and Molasses!
the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
.ST IMC -k XJ X !
CROP OF 1S65.
For .ale by (45S-6m) C. BREWER & CO
Hawaiian Phrase Books.
w. xr x. V a T
I FRESH SUPl'Li . ..
f nd convsnient style. orirj
II. M VfniTNKY.