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im'rlished wkkkm' in
IIE.NRV M. WIIITNE. . $
n. WliT Miould h- Npilil of Mortal
.. j, Cirj.'-fiW, the r-!"-kri'A-r palnt.-r of Thr. Emnnr.i
virion' J'rol-tm t:i',n brf-.rr thr. LuUintt. has written a note
i7, r- rrTi.rtonir.i:ha lmir. I by Mr. f-lncoln. Ileajs:
I h tve l-n ur-l by several fri-nlH t'. fn-l y u the inclose-l
im. written .lown y mj !f fn.rr. tr. Lincoln's lip.
a.th us.'h it may r..t be to all -t J"f readers, the evei.u
ti. l.-t wk iriv- it now a (.4-uU-ir ir t-r- -t. The c.fu.-u-ilani
un.l. r whit. this c-.py w.. rtni are tt.ee : I
w.lhthe IT-i.l-i.t alone ..- tver.:r:.r ia hn f'-iu, .lurioir the
t..r 1 was paif.tlT.tf my Ur picture at M. U H'Wi '
war II- I -r-- ' t:y threw -"l" Li" I-" ' parrs an-l betfar,
?o talk t , of hakare. II- ..t ''
t- th- l.r.r iry to rin a ci-y Uy, an I th..n r-a l to n..--ra:
.,f hi tiror.t- ... s-.r enaio .ij.i ric.ati..n
f the iff-it t KWkp-"? in'o a iii.l l.-r itnin, Lf Ui I the
lK.k a-'l" an-I l'-anin' h.:lc in hij rhuir, sail: -Thtr 1.4 a
. rf,i-h h t Iti .a irr--.it r.iv.riM with lr y-irs, which
wit irt .'.a t nif w...n a y"U" nif -y frinj. arcl
whi'-h I -ft iw nu t cut f.cn :k iwif.ar ai. l l.-ari;U
V J-t. I '! l." he f.IitimI-, tf'- a i-rtat a! to kftOKT
who w7..t- if hut I hv- iiv r - n ahle to a-.-rtain " Th-n
h !f-. lo-.n' hi- h- r!af-. lo the lii.e which I en'l'e
t. y o. .r-SJy pl-a.:'l a'i.l iafrit'.l, I t'M him I w.u..
l!k.' if erer an piTtunity nrcorril. ! wilte tK-stadown frr.rn
hi ii . He s l U- wout-l ftitji-time try to jrive U..m to ire.
A r- ! y arterwar I Ur a-kil me to ac.roiupany him to tl
t iui..-r ry ru lio of Mr. .-w.iyiie. the scur.tor, who was ir.ak..
a hmt l hisn nt the Tr. -.ry Iei.artiuetit. Wh.l . J
ittin f r the Lust I w.u n I h-tly r tni.i-le.l ft the m.-iii,
1 ii.! to him th .t th. n w...i! I be a (.'- ! time to dictate it to me.
(I- ,.,,,!. ,. ari l s.ttin,' tii.n " in- K,k at hit f- I, at l.early
ai I r n p ni'iiii-T. I wr t- the linen down, i.ne hy one, from
hit Iij.t. V ith urtat regard, very truly, yours,
h why shooiJ the 'iirit 't mortal l; proud
Like a wiX tlerintf meteor, a fast flyinjC clou I,
A Cash f the K(htiiiutf, a r-ak of the wave.
He paateth frjm life to liis ret in tlie grave.
The leaves .f the rk and the wi!!o shall Ule,
lie srattcred ar' ur. I an.1 together 'e laid",
And the younif and the old, and the low and tte hit;!i
UmI moulder to du-t anl togeth-r shall lie.
The infant and mothr attended and loved;
T!i mother that Infant's affection who proved;
The hu-aiil that mother and infant who Messed,
Eah. ail, are away Ut their dwelling of K-nt.
The Lul of the kintf tint the sceptre hath Iwriir:
The hr w of tlie priVstthat the mitre hath worn;
The f ye f the sa'e au.1 the heart cf the brave.
Are hidden ami lost iu the depths ot the grave.
The ;a.tant who-e lot was to w.f and to reap;
The herdsman, who chmlied with hi pouts u, tte steep;
The ltr-iir, who wandered in fcarch ol his hread,
Have tulol away like the grass that We tread.
S. the mnliitade ps, like the flower or weed
That wit hi rs away to let others uxee 1 :
the multitude coiue.t, cvea those e behold.
To n -eat evtry tali: that has often len told.
Fi r we are the same our fathers have been;
We see the same s.irht our fathers have .rn;
We drink, the same streain ami view the Same sou.
And ruu the same course our fathers have run.
The thoughts we are thinking our fathers would think;
I rooi the dealt we are shriukinif our fathers would shrink;
To the life we are cliaffin they also wouM cling;
V.M U speeds t'r us all, like a bird on the wing.
TVy I ved, hut the story we cannot unfold;
They m orned, hut the h-art of the haughty is cM;
They grieved, but no wail from their slumler will come;
They joyed, tut the toiiga of their gladness is ilutuD.
They d;e,. ay they died ; we thintf that re now.
That walk on the turf that lies over their trow.
And make in th'.r dweihntf a tranient arle.
Meet the things that they met ou their pilgrimage roa-L
Vea ! hope and despotid-ncy, pleasure and pain,
We unfile, together tr suns'uit:? and r.iin;
Atwl the ?ini! ; atbl ter, the song and the dirgi,
till follow tai h other, like surge uin surge.
'Ti the wu-k of an rye, 'tis the drauifht of a breath,
l r.n the M.sam of health la the paleness, of death,
1 0.1a the gilded saloon to the bu r and the shroud.
UU, why should the spirit of mortal be proud ?
Life U but a .:it," my the morali.-t ; " an J I
low Low to drive it." niiwnJ bc fast jotith.
Why ii a miu who Make hid money iu a gambling
e, like a star r iH-caue ne is u bis-iu us.
: . .1...... t 1... in rmnnnnv vllll felloWtt
II I"" 1 1 j.n -. ,w ... 1 J f
hj are cn!y wh:il a ati-licli thuu!J le half-bred.
Why is a spinster Iiki? a re al-ietate dealer le-ta-e
Ke j-re'er; a iloulle lot to a tangle one.
Dr. Franklin observes: "The eye: of otherj are
the eye that ruin ut. If all but myself were l.liti'l.
1 ehotiM neither want fine clothes nor tine furniture.
lvM Fender, juppin the ruestion in a Ittter, i
cot.olu de l thus : An I slu.uM you say jm, dear
Miry, 1 will truly be your D. Fen Kr." j
A Vermont f aper ays the rutuor that the high 1
j rioe f is owing to the fact that the hens have
to stamplitem. is without any foundation.
Wh it '11 the li:rr tier between the color or a
yu-kker's coat au-l a tip-y woman? ue is a sober
Uruo. aud the other a drunkv-n drab.
i:e cautious how you rtco've and circulate s.l.au ler.
Iklieve i;ot all you hear against the character of
jour neighbor. Hetr-cmber that falsehood travels
teu timet a farit as truth.
It seems 10 me that w'r.h many young men, the
niott approved method of winding up the night, is
rtvling it home ?"
Why don't you ask your sweetheart to marry
you ?" " I have asked her." " What did the say I"
Oh, I've the nfd-al of her."
I fte villain in your face," paid a Western judge
to a prisoner. May it please your worship," re
jliel the prisoner, that it a personal reflection."
How can you pay us? What can you offer us
in the pound i" demanded the importunate creditors
if a bankrupt frmcr. Alas! geutleaien'" re
plied the ruined man, all I really have ia a donkey
in Hit jmjuh'I.'
The first time Jcrro! J saw a celebrated song writer,
the latter said to him : Youngster have you suffi
cient confidence in me to lend me a guinea ?" " Ob.
yts," said Jerrold. I've all the confidence, but I
Lavn't the guiuca !"
'What a passion you are in?" said the Rain to
the Drook. splashing and fussing and making such
noise." " I was quiet enough till you came," eaii
the Urcok; "but that's the way with people that
rick i'iarrv!s; they always throw the blame on those
PwwEtt r Mrs 10 As a striking instance of the
ho 14 the following, related
ventrabie American juage.auvi copies ty .i.uc
: Tha niririiint f..I!owilli? the
hnri.,r V.rL-mtri- I had the curiositv to attend the
dressing of the wounded. Among others whose
l.ruba were so much injured as to require amputa
tion, was a musician, who had received a musket
ball in the knee. As U u-u al in such cases, prepar
ations w re male to lash him down to the table to
prrveQt the risibility his moving. Says the
su:Trer : "Now l.ctor. what would you be at?"
" My !al, I am going to take off your leg, and it is
iiecesary you should be lashed." I'll submit to
t" such thing; you may pluck the heart from my
r sorn, bat vou'll not confine me. Is there a fiddle
iu. the camp? If sj bring it to me." A violin was
furnished, and after tuning it he said : Now, doc
tor, beiu." And he continued to pliy until the
operti..n, which tor.!; about forty minutes, was com
pleted, without uiisiiri.j note or moving a muscle.
am) commission mfjichaxt.
I'i re-proof Store, ICbiuou Iluildiug,
UL'KKN STKKCT, HuXOLULU.
Will continue business at the new stand. 424-ly
J. II. tUlLK,
(SCCt:KSs4lt TO A
Al his late rooms, Queen street.
H. F. SNOW,
IMIiiP.TF.R, AND IKALF.It IN OKNKKAL MKRCIIANM5E,
Honolulu. Onhu. II. I. -liS-ly
E. O. HALL & SON,
Im".rfrr and 1'eaKr iu Hardware, Pry JoM, I'iiints, Oils, a:.d
Kcneral Merchandise, corner of tort ami King atrveU -tJti-ly
.11 1 1. I..
Fi.'-rii. V.uxs a"D Suvkis
For a!e by
fjeaWiu Oenera lMerch.andise, lido, Hawaii. Ships supplied
a iLh recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms.
Kills of exchange wanted. 4i-ly
a m:x. j. c.vktwiik;ht,
t L'.iriifnii.slon Merchant and General Sliii'fiuK Agei.t, Honolulu
..)... ii 1 -lii-lv
J ANION, CKEr.N Ac C:.,
Commission Merchants File-Proof P.uildings. Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1, 1 :. 4-J&-ly
T LOR K NS ST A V IZ X HO KST,
Agent for the Ilremen and Lreslen Hoard of I'nderwriters. All
average claims against the said t'lid'-rwriters, occurrinir in
or a!out this Kingil-iin, will have to Ik; certilied before him.
A. S. CR1NBAUM & CO.,
Importers an.l Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothing,
Hats, Caps, lw,ts and ho-f, and every variety of Gentle
men's suirior Furnishing Goods. Store, formerly occu
pied by W. A. Aldrich, Ks.p, in Makee's Klock. gueen
Street. "Honolulu, Oahu. 4Z"-ly
W. A. ALPKtCir, J. S.WALKtK,
S. C. ALLKS'.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO., i
Importers and Commission Merchants Dealers in Genera
Merchandise, and Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
A rents for the Lihue, Metcalf, and Princeville Plantations.
I). N. FI.ITXKU,
Continues his old husiness in the fireproof l.uiiJing Kaahuma
Chronometers rated by reservations 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 quadrant glasses silvered
m l adjusted Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 4-Ja-ly
A 1a Id S2 A; C O X XV A Y ,
Will continue the Gen.-ra Merchaudiie and Shipping businf ss
at the a-ve .rt, where they are prepared lo furnish thff
iuitly cel. d.rated Kawaihae Potal.-s, nnd such other re
cruiw as are required l.y whale ships at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms. 4-.-ly
FIRE VOOD ON HAND.
a tu Jsi. castih. J. ii. jmimiTos. anos. s. ecu i
CASThi: :)OKF., j
General Merchants in the Fireproof Su re, King Street, opio. j
ite the Seamen's Chapel. j
ALSO AUK NTS FOIt
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family M' diciii-s,
i Wheeler ,y Wil-on's SW-wing Machines,
Tlie Kohala su:.r t ompany.
The New F.nglaud Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The New York Phenix Marine Insurance Company,
The New York Security Marine Insurance Company.
A. P. riHTKK
C. BREWER & CO..
Commission & Shipping Merchants, j
. . . .... a I I . ;
Honolulu, OiiIiii. II. I
Jn M 11. mn. Kso New York.
ClIAIILPS liUKWKR, K., ...........Loll
II. A. I'KIItfK, f.S .. J
Mkssrs. Mi Kikr A: MKRRH.L, San fraciaco.
... .-M- HuililKS. Ksti.. t
Mksrs. m. Pistat ,t Co ID.nckong
Miww, I'tiLi, llniBuLl. Co Manila.
BOLLES & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
tlj I v CTIVISrTS :
Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Hawaiian
Produce. . .
1 t-fer by pennis'sion to
B. F. Snow Messrs. Aldrich. Walker & Co.,
lr,,rs. C. A. Williams A: Co. M-srs. C. Prewer .t l o.,
Mes.rs. Castle C ke Mn. ILiCKfeld & to..
Messrs. D. C. Watinuiii Messrs. Wilcox, I.icoards i t-o.
MELCHERS & CO.,
Importer ami Commission
AGENTS FOll THE
HAMFrRr.n-F.KKMr.! Fire Isscbasck Comtast,
KaIWIKI Slf.AR PLANTATIOS,
TOSiT SlOAR PLASTATIoS.
G;.Tv C. MsLCrtERS,
J. I). WlCKK,
SHIP CHAM D LER !
Dealer in General Merchandise. Island Produce,
$:., and Commission Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment or every
description of goods required by ships and others. The
highest price given for Island Produce.
Money advanced f- r P.ills f Exchange at reoaable rates
Hilo. February o. ls-51 4jSly
I) C. WAT KR MAX t').,
C O M V ISSIO y M E R I'll A ' TS.
E-i-etal attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fl. . t. by
the furnishimr of funds, purchase and sale of fcxchamrc. Oil.
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of IreiKht
Messrs. Iaac Il .wi.Asn. Jr., & Co., New Bedford -W.
Ii. E. Pope, I'f., do.
Mok.jan. St -nk Co. San Francisco.
McKt fcK ."c Mkrrill. do 4i&-1y
C. H. !.
.KKS J. G. DICKSoN.
LEWEKS & DHTKSON,
Dealers in Lumnerand Huilding MalctiaIs,Fojt St. Honolulu.
4 a0 i y
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer In General Mt rchmdise, lire-proof store corner .f Ka
ahumanu and y jeen strerts. i.posite Makee's Bjock.
t.i lUtail s'.ablishment on Nuu.mu street, aln.ve Kir.ir.
' l xn. pr.lu.-e bouirhl and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to ?LJL
CHAS. B. BISHOP.
WM. A Al DR'CB
IIISIIOP v 'o.,
Bankers. OZc in the east corner of " Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw P.ills of E.xchanai on
Messrs KiNSKLL.M.srrRS A; Co., New ork.
Hksrt A. Pii rck, Esq., Boston.
M."f. Mouoav, Frost x Co., - Frat.cuco.
Will receive rit pr.s.ts.discount tnl cUs busintea rarer, a i.d
atU'i.-t t.j c jltii.nj, etc
UK. J. 3IOTT SMITH,
O:f!oe corner of Fort an.l J , t 1 Streets.
Fort Street, Hoi;olulu. tMTice over the Office of
K. HOFFMANN", 31. I.,
Physician aud Surgeon, Makee's Illock, coruer Waeea and Kaa
huiuanu street. IJO-ly
II. STANCIINWALI). 31. !.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
te New York City Dispensary Physician, meuiler of
Me.lico-ohirurrical Colicce. and of the Palholoiiical Society
of Ne York.
OtSce at the coruer of Fort aud Merchant Streets. Residence in
Nuuanu Valley, opposite that of K. O. Ha.l, Ksi- 4Jo-ly
A. F. JUDD,
Attorucy and C'oiiiisvllor at Law.
COltNKll FUltr and MtKCHANT Sr., HONOhCLU. OAHU.
W. N. LADD,
IinjM.rtcr and Dealer in IUkdwark, Citi.krt, MKCitASirs
Tools aud Aumct'LTcaaL liirLEJiExrs, For street. Hono
C. L. RICHARDS 8c CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
or inerch iodise, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
i. e. MYssni.Kss. Jn patt.
1YPCANDLESS & CO.,
Dealers in Grockkik, Ekkso and Gknkhai. M kkcI, avdisk.
N. K. corner of Fort and King Streets. Honolulu, II. I.
H. vo.x UoLT.
TH. C. Htl'CK
Von HOLT Ai HF.IH'K,
General Commission Merchants. Honolulu, Uahu, S
I. 4C5 ly
II. HACKFIMd) & CO.
General Commission Agents, Honolulu,
B. F. EHLERS,
In Dry totlss, s-illlis-!,
Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
CltlSO HOON. VOrSO SHKOStQ
CHUNC HOON & CO.,
Commission Merchants and general agents Agents for the
Paukaa and Atnauulti Sugar Plantations I importers of teas
and other Chinese ami foreign goods and wholesale dealers
in llaw:uiau produce al the new Stone Store, Nuuanu Street,
below King. 4ti&-ly
O H N
It I 1 X T
ALK and POKTKU,
E. P. ADASV3S,
SHIP CU.WEEi: AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
T.AHAINA, 31 A HI.
Irish and Sweet Potatoes, with other recruits, constantly on
hand and for sale at low rates. 4oo-im
S. H- DOWSETT,
IS NOW FKF.PAKKO TO FL'K.MMl k. u
ing Mater al of every description at the lowest Market
orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of tjueen and Fort Streets. 4oS.om
Win. WILSON, Proprietor.
K1XG STREET, HOXOI.UI.U. 422-ly
Tinsinitli! and lltimlers,
ituxTunu Strrtt, near the Wharf STOYKS and LEAD PIPK
always on hand. Jobbiii4 of all kinds attended to. 4fJ-ly
t. U. UWli.
O. W. MORTON.
LEW3S & imim,
3000 ISA K It ELS XKW OlLSHOOKS.
Oil CASKS A N I) MIOOKS, Constantly on hand
and for sale.
Cooperage on King SI., Corner of!
Uetliel St., iloiioimu. 40i-c.u
fllllK ITXDKRSIKXEl) WOl'hD IXFOKM
I the public tint they have erected a U.LLKK on tort
Street. alM.ve the store i f Mr. S. Savidge. win re they will be
happy to see such as may wish to favor them with their custom.
Sp.cimeis may l-e keen at the Gallery. ,
.-.u WEED BUOTHERS.
r II K CO I A KT X RUSH 1 1 II KR KTO FO R E
X known as CHUMi HOOX tc CO., expires this day by
limitation. All outstanding accounts will be settled by Chung
Hoou or Youag Shcong.
CHI NO HOON,
f Itv his attorney Young Shcong.)
Honolulu, 31st March, lsoi.
Mr. chu h:ivinir withdrawn from the firm, the buincss will
Iiereafter tic continued bv the undersigne.1 uuder the old firm
ityleaudnameof CUUMG IIOOS if
H.xiolulu.Slst March. lSoo.
I.uK'ly r-cflT'I front China in Siii Frnnci.co
A FEW PIECES OF
VKRV SUPERIOR WHITE 1'OXGEEI
Suitable U.r Gertlemen's Undershirts and Pejaiatnas.
ONE HUNDRED FINE BLACK COATS
FISOM 15 TO 3() KACII.
FROCKS, COATS, SACKS, &C. !
MEN'S HEAVY UNDERCLOTHING
Consisting in part of
UXIER?IHKTS. SOCKS. AND DRAWERS,
Made of the Very Best Material.
100 IJIne Flannel Coats and Sacks!
FROM 7 TO EACH.
The above goods are warnnte 1 g-d articles, or no s.le. and
the TERMS are CASH WITH DISCOUNT.
3NTO HJ XT" I
463-rttn 1!- MoDONNA,
Fori oppo.il Mrtr, hf wr r i; Dickson.
ISLANDS. JUNE 17. 1SG5.
KOIU K 1 KYCROFT
Vi:LI) INFORM TIIK FITI7.F.NS
.r Honolulu that he has taken a Stand tdnive m
Jewelry Store of D. N. Flitner on K:iahumacu Street,
j-1 where he will 1h happy to attenu iominran m.. .
line. Ca.l and see stciuieii.s. Jobbing orders promptly at
tended to. 4.1-om
s. p. xonri.
ESSOHEA & BIVINS,
PA I NT II IIS, CIsAZIF.RS AN1 TATKR
if s.T I .I.' V A- TO IV FO II I
the residents ot Honolulu and others
that they have opened their shop in
IlotU St.. near l)r. Wood's residence,
where they will receive u.l orders, and
execute them iu the highest style of the
art, with dispatch.
GEO. W. VOLLUM,
Merchant St., opposite the Sailor's Home.
Eluding of all description executed with neatness and dispatch.
THOS. KEEGAN ,
31 z son,
King Street, near Castle fc (Poke's Store.
CjS given to the erection or all kinds of Fire
" 'S w i- D..fj 4l.iie.l and Warranted.
Cilifriiii L.iuiv for sale at his Store, uuan4uciu
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
uoif'T i).. mkc:an.
Choicest 51eats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetables,
4-c., furnished to order. 4aa-ly
H. FISCHER !
TlLOH Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of fine
llroadcloth, Cassimeres and Uuckskin, Nuuanu St., below
HOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, between Xuiianu
and Maunakea streets. 4iJ-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, near the
Drug Store of J. Mott Smith 6r Co. 4-iS-ly
1IU1&3. . 'V" "
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in Furniture or every des
cription. Furniture Wareroom on Fort street, opposite
Messrs. lowers & Dickson's office; Workshop at the old
Stand, Hotel street, near Fort.
N. It. Orders from other islauds promptly attended to. 4 -iy
J. II. WICKE,
A1.AKEA STREKT BKLOW THB THKATRR.
Furniture m:le and repaired at reasonable prices. 4(52-ly
T 1 1 K I7XI) K US I a x Ki) tZxzZ
... i Hi-,
. Iimviiit i ikt' iiiir illinium; -
ZZ&ZS Smith & Co.. on Hotel Stt. oJ;' f".?"1
complete assortment of Sl'PEKIOR FIT KM 1 L K
Is prepared to manufacture and till Orders for Pidr Boarps,
CKSTRB TAIU.F3. ARM LHAIHS, WHS'"", -
Ladiks Work Tabi.ks, Bosks, and other orticles in his line of
business with promptness and dispatch. FISCHFK
THE rXDERSIflNEI) WOULD II E-
. f..M :,,( t... i. n,,i; il. it hn Is irenared to caut
I H l.l Ull I , ItlU'iiu ." - " -- I
' . . . . .... , . . , . . I- B.:tft.
and llnisli all kinus oi ira-s boo cuuiihuuuuu ii iuu
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following
J J. i, l, 2 and 21. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
HONotutu soap works:
W. J. RAWLINS.
riHK PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
M Works is prepared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the Wat quality Y ELLOW SO A 1.
SOFT SOAP alwnpj on hnml.
THS HlollKsT PkU K TAID FOR SoAP GkKASK.
Wm. XI. HUIY !
ffWAVIXG RECEIVED A L.A Ri E AND FILL
I 1 Block of material, is prepared to supply his uustomers
and the public, with the be.t YcIIovf, Urowu mid
White SOAP. ALSO
SOFT .VTV I ) OIL HOAP,
In larg or small quantities to guit.
p. Sap grease always wanted. 441-ly
HbeINETT & M'KENNY
Boot and Shoe Makers. s
Have removed to the North side of NuuanaSt.,'
above Love's Bakery.
All Orders entrusted to ns will be attended to with neatness
and dispatch. 444-ly
J. X. HUGHES,
IMPORTER &i MAXITAC.
TL'REK of all kind of Saddlery, Car- Wf25V
rit'e Trimminir. Mattress makinc .
and repairine done with neatness and dispatch
XT All orders promptly attended to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street. Honolulu 4S2-ly
J. II. THOMPSON,
- HAS CONSTANTLY OX HAND AND
t.r- ui a. poo! assortment or
- - f o
Uest Kefincd Bar-Iron!
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal!
At the Itncest Market Prices.
.J. A.. BUEDICIv,
IX REMOVIXG HISRUS1XESS
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade
Furt street, takf-s this opiKrtunity ot r-tpiri-
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
til-lie in ireneral, for the support and patron
age which they have been pleased to grant
him f r the psst teu year", and hopes that hy attention to busi
ness arid promptness in tte execution of all criers intrusted to
I " - . 1 - a' . .
i him, h wdl ticrd a continuan.e vi ir.t.r id..n j
mF. I VDKRS1GXE1) AtJKNTS OF THE
M. above Com pan v. have been authorit.'d to msure risks on
C'VUCIO. FKKIfiHT atitl TRKA8URK.
by COASTER? from Honolulu to all port of the Hawaiian
U47PiyU V VCrSa' II. HACKFELD V CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
flMIE LNDERS1GXE1), Aeentsof the.above Com
1 pauy.are prepared to insure risks against fir in and
For particulars apply at the office. jieiXIIEUS & CO.
Houoiulu Oct. 11.1S57. 42S-15
rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BE EX
1 apiK.inte.1 agents for the above Company, beg leave to
iDforra the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES OX
Cursor. Freight nnd Trrnnurc
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 22, 1S64.
OFFICIK : Southwest corner of Washing
ton and Wattery streets.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
ft to iisue " Marine Insurance policies." each being reion
sitde for the sum written on the Policies against his own uame
only, und for himself and not for others or any of them.
John Pahkott, Vo?.AH'
Okorgk C. Johssos, William b. IJabbom,
N LrsiN'i IJamks Otis,
Jamks Phklas, iJamks B. Haggis, .
Lafayettk Matnaub, IJ. Mora Mosa.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO. Agents
Honolulu. II. I.
CAST 1. 1: & COOKE,
A PPOIXTED BY IMCHLOW& BKOTIIKR.
of San Francisco, Agents for the well known M AKIN r.
The X. V. Phenix. nfii 1,000.000.
Ana ! X. V. Seoiiriiy, n-el ,O00,0O0.
Are prepared to take risks upon C A RGO, TREA8U RE
an.l FREIGHTS, to and from all parts of the world
against partial or total loss from War or Marine hazards, upon
the most favorable terms.
ALSO AGENTS FOR THE
Xv EiisIiiimI T.if Inmirnnre Company,
Life ri?ks taken ujon the roost favorable terms. 4 50 6m
B alH.ve Company, have recenuy reeeie.i - - -
duce t he Rate of 'Premium on Stone and Brick Bu l.l.nps .n 1 on
.1 -.n an.i nr.. nfiw nri.ikreil to issue Ioli-
Jlerchanaise sioreii innn, -
cies on more favorable terms than heretofore.
Ki taken on Buildings. SSVc
TIIK lmiTISH AND FOREIUN
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
N B. This Company takes risks on goods only and not on
, 453 6m
milK UXDERSIG XED HAVING BEEX
K appointed AKents for the above couspauy, beg leave to
nforin the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
M A R I N E INSURANCE POLICIES
.in Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts or the
wor1,1- H. HACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1SC2. 464ly
IIOMUl SUGAR REFIXERY !
SUGAR AXD MOLASSES FROM THIS
establishment for sale in quantities to suit purchasers by
464-3in ALDRICH, WALKER k CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
From HAIKU PLANTATION !
OR SALE HV
To Produce Dealers,
Hides, oat Skins,
Old Composition. Old Copper,
Tallow, Old Iron,
BOUGHT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET
ratelby C. BREWER Co
; B Consignments from the other islands will have prompt
SUAIt A; MOLASSES,
CROr COMING IN. For sale by
4CS.C.O, ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
Hawaiian Marriage Certificates.
BItIUE &!. PER DOZEN.
5 For ile s
H. M WHITNEY
SIX DOLLARS PER ASXl'M.
VOL IX. o.tO. W IIOI.K .4?3.
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEK,
KOF OF 1S5.
For sale by (45S-0m) - C. BRKWF.R t CO
SUGAR AND MOLASSES,
CROP f 1S5.
TTOV COMING IN.
11 For Sale by
C. IIREWKR k CO.
rilHE HONOLULU REFINERY AVILI'AV
M. the hihef t market price for
HARD SUGARS, AND
First and Second Molasses!
WITH OR WITHOUT COXTJIXERS.
ALDRICH, WALKER k CO.,
Sugar and Molasses
CiROP NOW COMING IX AND FOR SALE
' in quantities to suit purchasers by
463.3m ALDRICH, WALKER k CO.
Sugar & Molasses !
omi b: v Pij a n tat i oiv.
ROI NOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE
in quantities to Buit purchasers ny
4C8-3UI ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.
Sng-ai and Molasses,
I71ROM THE ABOVE PLANTATION FOR
" sale in quantities to suit by
4C5-3ni ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
Siiar aiifl Jtlolasscs,
FROM TIIK A ROVE I LA NT AT ION FOR
gale in quantities to suit hy
4C5-3m ALDRICH, WALKER k Co.
LAHAINA SUGAR CO.,
Sugar and Molasses
171ROM THE COMPANIES MILL.
For Sal by
4M-Cm ALDRICH, WALKER k Co-
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAHAINA !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities lo suit purchasers by
464-3m ALDRICH, WALKER k CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Lihue Plantation !
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
454.3m ALDRICH, WALKER k CO.
Sugar and Molasses
FROM METCALF PLANTATION !
ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
464-3U1 ALDRICII, , ALKr.lt tc W.
Sii5r and Molasses,
VOW COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit, by
MELCHERS fc CO.
Waikapu Plantation !
H. CORNWELL. Proprietor.
Sugar and Molasses
IROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SAWS
M? in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
. a ppiy to
GEU.uC. MAEAN, Agsnt.
East Maui Plantation.
Sugars and Molasses,
CROP NOW COMING IN, AND oflereJ
for sa,ei.,clUanti,io,to.uitby HACKFKLI) A CQ ,
S. C. WILDER, PROPRIETOR.
. WILDER. IIAVING BOUGHT THE
remaining inu reat in the alwve Plantauon, will carry ou
thebusiness as berore. Oen eral Anis
464om c. BREWER k Co., Honolulu.
Hawaiian Phrase Books.
A FRESH SUPPLY. BOUND IN NEAT
2. and convenient styif- r "r saie iy