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A Kiel i Sec lie.
hi the Ca Indian IIoiisp i.f Assembly, Iat
winter, they hail qtiit a ypiritcJ debate on
the biil to prhi!it th use of hoop.- and
crinoline intrlu:"i Lv AiJiiu- We publish
a feu- of thes mo.-t brilliant passages.
Mr. DrumrnonJ was an arJent admirer of
hiM'p. froin cliiUhooJ, he was born with a
hv ot hoops. When he was a child of
tender growth, he used to trundle hi hoop,
ali uncoii'dou of the fate that was in store
tor him. Later in life he had swallowed a
ririr, which resulted in a hoop-in-couh ; and
even now the slight of an empty hothead
Lro'iht tears into his eyes.
Mr. Urown complained that it was im
possible now to choose a wife, since her de
tects were so hid by hoops, and enveloped in
crinoline, that the naked
S pea ke r ( ) rd e r.
Mr. Brown Mr. Speaker
Speaker The honorable gentleman is out
Mr. Brown But Mr. Speaker, the naked
Speaker Hold your tongue, sir.
Mr. Brown The naked
Speaker Upon rny soul, Mr. Brown, cork
up, or I'll have you arrested.
Mr. Brown Permit me to explain, Mr.
Speaker (yelling) Clear the galleries of
ladies, Mr. Sergeant.
Mr. Brown In the name of the seven
teen graces and the fifteen muses, Mr.
Speaker dearly beloved Smith let me
apologize, then. I only meant to say that
hoops and crinoline had reached to such a
rotundency, that it was impossible to arrive
at the naked
Speaker (frantically) Death and blue
devils ! Stop, or i ll brain you with the
mace. Consider the impropriety of
Mr. Brown (wildly) Truth ! "truth! truth !
naked truth is what I was going to say.
Mr. Dunbar Boss understood his honorable
friend to say that people cannot pass along
the ttrucLs without being assaulted by highway-men.
Now, s:irely the honorable mem
ber from Lake Ontario could not but be
aware that the character of every member in
the House was affected by such dam
Mr. Talbot objected to such unparliament
Mr. I Joss protested against interruption.
He was going to say, by such a dam
Mr. J. Cameron The honorable member
s-honM not swear in that dreadful manner.
Mr. Boss Wasn't doing anything of the
kind ; but would be tempted to do so, if not
allowed to finish his sentence but such a
dam (order, ordur.) a dam (confusion) he
would repeat it by such a dam (tremend
Mr. Wright stood up and moved, amidst
the wildest confusion, that Mr. Ross be ex
pelled from the House for such awful lan
guage. Mr. Boss (black in the face) exclaimed
jhat damaging statements was all that he
meant to say when he was interrupted by
Mr. Tallot Who's a fool ?
Mr. Ross Foolish ass
Air. Cameron Who's an ass ?
Mr. Ross (wildly) foolish assertion of
Inclined to lie Quarrelsome.
There was once a little, slim-built fellow,
rich as a Jew, riding along a highway in the
State of Georgia, when he overtook a man
driving a drove of hogs, by the help of a
big, raw-boned, six foot two specimen of
humanity. Stopping the last-named indi
vidual, he accosted him:
" I say, are these your hogs
No, sir; I'm to work by the month."
What pay might you be getting, friend V
Ten dollars a month and whiskey thrown
in," was the reply.
44 Well, look here! I'm a weak, little, in
offensive man, and people are apt to impose
upon me, d'ye see. Now I'll give you twenty-five
dollars a month to ride along with rne
and protect me," said Mr. Gardner. " But,"
he added, as a thought struck him, 44 how
might you be on the fight ?"
44 Never !een licked in my life," rejoined
"Just the man I want. Is't' a bargain?"
44 Twenty-five dollars, double wages, noth
ing to do but ride avound and smash a fel
low's mug occasionally when he's sassy."
Six-footer accepted. They rode along till,
just at night, they reached a village inn.
Dismounting at the door, they went in.
Gardner immediately singled out the biggest
man in the room, and picked a fuss with
him. After considerable promiscuous jaw
ing, Gardner turned to his fighting friend,
and intimated that the licking d that man
had become a sad necessity. Six-footer
peeled, went in, and came out first best.
The next night, at another hotel, the same
scene was re-enacted Gardner getting into
a row with the biggest man in the place, and
six-footer doing the fighting.
At last, on the third day, they came to a
ferry kept by a huge, double-fisted man, who
had never Wen licked in his life. Whilst
crossing the river, Gardner, as usual, began
to find fault and 44 blow." The ferryman
- naturally got mad, threw things around, and
told him his opinion of their kind. Gardner
then turned to his friend and gently broke
the intelligence to him, 44 That he was sorry,
but that it was absolutely necessary to thrash
Six-footer nodded his bead, hut said no
thing. It was plainly to be seen that he did
not relish the job, by the way he shrugged
his shoulders, but there was no help for it.
So when they reached the shore, both strip
ped, and at it they went. Up and down the
bank, over the sand, into the water they
fought, scratched, gouged, bit, androlled, till,
at the end of an hour, the ferryman gave in.
Six-footer was triumphant, but it had been
tough work. Going up to his employer, he
scratched his head for a moment, and then
broke forth :
44 Look here, Mr. Gardner, your salary
sets mighty well but I'm of the opin
ion tKat you are inclined to Le quarrelsome.
Here I've only been with you three days,
and I've licked the three biggest men in the
country! I think this firm had better dis
solve, for you see, Mr. Gardner, I'm afraid
you're inclined to be quarrelsome, and I
reckon I'll 'draw !"
Many a mother with a family of little
ones about her, often bears the questions,
What can I do ? Mayn't I do this or that?
Where can I go ? These questions seem to
come most frequently at the u.i-st time, and
amid the most pressing cares. With many
little ones, and with perhaps limited means,
the moth'.-r is anxious and troubled anxious
to train her children aright, and troubled lest
she may neglect her household cares. They
come to her with their wants, overworked
and tired as she is, and fearful lest her work
shall not be accomplished, she turns them oif
impatiently, to be idle and unhappy, forget
ting, too, that her impatience will be marked,
anil the example only too quickly followed.
Why is it, she asks herself, are they the
most troublesome when I arn the most hurried ?
Because, 1 answer, they are not provided
with sufficient occupation. Give the little
creatures enough to do, and to do with ;
blocks of wood, rag-babies, little wooden or
china animals, and something to draw them
about in if it be but the cover to a paste
board box, with a string to draw it by. Such
playthings will often amuse them better than
more costly and beautiful toys. I have seen
three little boys happy all day long with such
Give them paper to cut, and praise them
for tlie pretty things they cut. Let the older
ones make lamplighter?, and as sure as they
feel that they are helping some one, they
will be happy. They can easily learn to
pick up all the litter they make. 1 have
heard mothers say their children should
never cut paper aiound a room. Better a
little, aye, even a good deal of dirt and con
fusion, if you can the better teach your chil
dren to be useful, and keep them happy and
They should have plymates, plenty of
them ; but select those that you know to Ik?
well trained who behave as you wish your
children to behave. Give them a taste for
the society of the refined and gentle. They
will be the better able to select for them
selves as they mingle with the world. Re
member there is much involved in training
up a child. It is not only to make him obe
dient, though that is the first duty, yet he is
to be taught habits of neatness and order
his tastes are to be cultivated, repressing the
evil and encouraging the good. Habits
formed during the first seven or eight years,
will in all probability be formed for a lifetime.
Trouble comes soon enough to the little ones ;
find no unnecessary fault. Praise them for
all that you can consistently see that is good.
Teach them to work out of love to their par
ents or to each other. Let them feel that
they are a help and comfort to you. If they
quarrel, teach them the golden rule, and it
is astonishing how early they may learn to
le guided by its precepts. But' abve all,
parents, friends arid guardians, set theni such
an example as you wish them to follow
govern your own tempers; resist your own
provocations to fret fulness, impatience, or re
sentment, and you willsoon see them following
in your footsteps, if with earnest prayer you
lead them to Him who has said, 44 Suffer lit
tle children to come unto me, and forbid
them not, for df such is the kingdom of
I leaven." Country Geutletnan.
CASKS IJKST CM I,. 11 LOT HREAD
Cum- an J tint water crackers ;
Ca- aol tim tla cracker;
Can-s and tins J. L. cakes;
and tins picnic cracker;
T.as win crackers;
Tins ttiilk cracker";
Caea kerosene oil;
Not market ticket-.
Ca- best oyters;
Preserv-M Hhcep tonein?s;
Kits tongues :in.l soun.li;
Yeast lowW in tdaM anJ tiu: m
Kegs aj'ple butt" .
Young Hyson tea.
BiixeA Japan tea, 3 and 5 lbs:
bet basket tea;
Yeiy Cue blick tea.
Cases oda; .
Cases cream tartar;
Ca?es corn starch;
Cabcs cut ri powder;
Ca.ses maocarory ;
California cream cl.eose;
Cases aorted rjeats;
Caes assorted soups;
Pick I'd salmon.
C.ies fresh i pics:
Cases freh pear;
Cae9 fresh Quinces;
Ca- cranberry sauce.
Caies spicej .-liuon;
Cases French prunes;
Leu. uu syrup;
traits in g!i;
Jams in tin";
Jaws in ptas;
Truces in g!a?:
Prune in bulk.
rialf-barrels dried apple?;
Keg3 mied pickles;
Kegs plain pickles.
Scaled herrings ; Bath brick.
Currants In plass;
Currants in bulk;
Kaiiins In las;
P.si'ius in hf anJ qr Ikixh.
California and E.iUrn larl.
XT Fresh bread eTery day, and delivered to order. JCZ
K. C. MiU'AN lLEHS CO.
N. II. Goods delivered free f charpe. 476 2t
riMiE rxi)Eiisio ;ed will kkep a
M. Cftntaut supply of the above
c i: zvi i: t !
Which i much superior to Esi:'m sr.d equal to the test
ROMAS or PORTLAND CEMENT and uet exclusively iu
the State and t'nited States Works in Calif rnia. .
F'-r sale by
iCA-Zui ALl'RICII, WALKER Co.
15,000 Old Xcwspnpcrs
Sl'ITARIiK (OK WRAPPING I'APKR.
For "ale ( heap by th luO r 1000.
JI. M. WHITNEY.
Fruui the (JafU-.
II Y .IL IIKIIUTV.
L:t cf Tax Collectors f.,r the year ISOj.
Haw!!. II::o, J. K&a.p.; Tana, Makia; S. Kol.ali, J W.
l'Ufc.ea; .N . K- haX i. P. K 'ko; K.ni. (it. II. ris; N.
Kuu.i, KapukUi; Hamulus. J. J .i.es. KaU, F. S- Lnuan.
Mall. P. H. Trraiay ; W .ljka. A. Jan; Maa-
kcoi-okaua; lliii, I. Fursyll.; iulkai, Kapca-na;
I-aiuti. P. 11. Trr;-l..y.
IUUL". Honolulu, Ki. II. Luce; KvoUu Ch. JU'U: K'o
I tu'.i-, J. W. KeawvhuaaU&ja; Va:ali:a, W. C. Lane; t.aa aJ
Waianae, II. Tln.ujps' n.
Kn ii. Lihur, O. N. Wilcox; K jW, X. Knuiin: NVaiiuea,
D. Mciiride; llaiwici, Kaiu; Aruthula, K. Kruii; X:ih:iu,S;iM:!a:r.
C. VX Vakiony,
Ju'y 12;h, 1S00. Miiusurofliuui.ee.
It Las p!e&.s-d II is Majrnly U.e KiL.tr U exund Ui Koyai
Padon witl rt-t-rratioa tuchd r.ghu, Vj KMikaula, who as
councte 1 ,( h"Uiiciie at the July u-nu of the Supreme Co-tut,
By nis Majesty the Kiutr, J. Napaakki, liq , to be on of
the ( ircu.t Judges for the ud Judicial Circuit; aud
lucan Mcliryde, E?(j.. tu be Circuit Judge f. r the 4th Ju
I. F. Sandford, A-sessor cl Taxes for the district of Lahalna, j
Maui, v.c: 15. . Miilaa, drcea.vl. C. D: ai.i'iT.
Pi.'utuce lvpar;ajeut, July 12.li,
Iiurinir tt.e temporary absence of His Kxce!l"tcy tl.e Gover
nor of Oahu, th I If. u. I). Kalakaua, will wet as Ueuteuan!.
(Joveru r-f the Ilitiid.
ll'iiioluiu. July 12, 1SC3.
In accordance with Section 1.U63 of the Civil Code. I hereby
appoint Ucorire Wilcox, of Grove Farm. Nari:iwili, and John
S. Iiw, f llanal-i, Ajrerits of this otllcc, f..r the taking a-nd
certifying the acknowlrdments to deeds for th Island of
Kauai. TH"Mas Bnows. Registrar of Conveyances.
Approved by Fi-rd. V. Hutchinson.
Register Office, July 12th, 1306.
The undcrsijrnrd hereby pives notice that, in conformity with
an Act entitled Au Act to relieve the Royal Domain from En
cumbrances and to render the same inalietiable,' passed on the
3d January la--t, Exchequer UouJs to the amount of Twenty
Seit H Thousand Dollars will be issued, and sealed tenders
f r the same will le received at the Treasury until Monday, the
Tlh of August next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., in the form and under
the conditions hereinafter prescribed :
1. The sealed tenders should contain the name of th- party
applying, the amount in dollars applied for, and the date of
'2. The rat cf interest is fixed at nine per cent, per annum,
aud no tender below par W .11 be uccep:ed.
a. The aforesaid Exchequer Ponds will be issaed in Bond? of
One Hundred Dollars, Two Hundred Dollars and Five Hun
dred Dollars, on equal terms. Pn f- rence will be civen to
applicants (or Itouds or One Hundred and Two Hundred
4. The tenders will be opened publicly at the office cf the
underpinned on the above mentioned d.iy and hour.
May 0, IsCj. C. dk VakiGNr, Miuisti r ,J''ia''Ce.
J V LY T SZ IKTY-F I K ST.
riMii: followim; peusons auh a
B Committee empowered to receive ulit-criptions fr a pro
per celebration i f theClit of July,
J. II. brown, Kilinuhe, J. S. Kupanea, A. AV. Xahakualii, J.
II. Kaunamario, V. N. Pu ilewa, P. Naone. C. C Harris, F.
V. Hutchinson. Ib.n. V. P. Kamttkau. I. Lima. J. 11. Kane
uu, lion. C. Katiaitut. J. W. P.iUli, V. Piuehiisa Wood, V. P.
Kacsd.-ile, James R. Holt, His lliehness M. Kekuanana, Hon.
I. KalHkuua, K. li. Harri., E. II. itoyd, J. II. Kalnii, J. Komo,
J. .M:ihia:kr, J. Moanauli, -Maj.r S . L. Mfthnnua.
47ii-3t W. P. RAUSDALK, Scretary.
FAMILY GROCERY & FEED STORE !
Ocltl FoIIoavs-s IXnll.
(il-UMAN UM: !X TINS, viz :
ROAST HARK. ROAST VEMSOX
Jioas-t Field Fart", (.'ujion with tJystcr
Fn'sli French Wuru-s in glas and tins
scotch mscirrrs, viz
Lunch Biscuit, Car.tain'a Biscuit, (iincr Xut.s
Young Jrcon Feas in water
Frcsli and hoxos iardinus
Frchh Ancliovics in hottles
Fre.h Herrings in tins
Bloater and Anchovy Paste
Yarmouth Herring in tins
Frh California Peaches
California TaMe Fruits, Peacl
ios, and-Pears in
1SSTI). ENGLISH AND CALIFORNIA
PIE FRUITS, Viz
Quincc Jelly and
PI urn Jelly
French Green Peas 1 lb tins
French Mushrooms 1 lb tins
French Olives in pints, glass
French Anchovies A pints, glass
Cireen Peas, Corn, Beans, Tomato and Asparagu
Fresh IiObsters "
Little Neck Clams
Soft Clams I
Spiced Oysters In 1 and 2 lb tins
Preserved Salmon "
Sausage Meat J
Little Neck Quahaugs. Lemon Syrup, Fine
Chinese Preserved Ginger
China Chow-chow and Citron
Whurtleberries in tins
Concentrated Milk in tins
Orange and Pine Apple Marmalade
Lxtract Va nHa
California and Mediterranean Dates
XKW WLSTHHALIA HAMS-pi-r 11KKMA
N'KW HOLOGVA S A IS A li ES-ptr llllK.Mt
XKW SARDIXES-prr BR EM A.
FOIi SALE AT THE
Family Grocery & Feed Store.
A. V. rAKTWRIGHT.
I 1 AT Tlii: S5
BS & GQ !
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A tOMriJMi: ASS0RTME.T"0F
Gr O O 13 B !
O o ii s i s t i li r- o 1
T,jVVCMSII PAXCV PRINTS, X
Kngli.li Pink a:i l Vellow Prints
Kn-iia!! Tui kt y RlM and Yell -w Prints
Kn-li-i Two Rlue lint;
White Coaoris, llrown Cottona
lllae Drills, Browa Prills
P.lae Ptri$e.l 1W.1 Ticking
P.lui' Iiniins, Victoria Lawns
Motquito Netting, irorcti'k Lasting',
ChOt-VeJ Cotton Pant Stuff
Jli'rkory Shirts, Bluf Iniin Frorkg anJ Trowgeri
Brown Merino I'lulriKhirts
White, Pink and Striped IVitton 1,'ndcrsliiits
li-nt's Brown Cotton Soeks.
dent's Blue Mixed S a-Uh
t-letit's Brown Meiino Socks
tiirl's M'tiite Cotton Stockings
Plain Silk L"ud'rshirU.
ii a M k i:k c aa i efs,
Turkey U?1 and Yellow Handkerchief
Printed Cotton Handkerchiefs
Printed J.ic. Handkerchief
Silk Finished Funoy Cotton Haulkfr-hief3
(it nt's Black Silk Cravats
Sailor's 'Woolen Mittens
O. itfH Black Felt Hats, NKAVKST STYLES.
Cl.eiip Felt Hats.
Blue Flannel Sacks
Black Cloth Pants
ClieckrJ Cotton Pauls
Blue Monkey Jackets
Blue Flannel Pants
Fancy Cloth Pants
Fancy Cotton Pants
Fine Cashmere Coat.
Sfttlcllcry & Hardware
Ladies' S.d.- Saddles
ielit's F.llli-ll Saddles
White Woolen Saddle flirths
Porte-nionnaies, Cii;ar Cases
Piifket Knives, S'ifliori
Needles, Butcher Kiiivts
Knives and Forks
Files, I'og Chain
Wrou(-'iit lion Nails
Bnamel-d Ir.n Saucepans
Liiplish Crjwn Iron
Fenciiif Wire, Hoop Iron.
Sliap dasantl lery, Vo
StockHolin Tar, Stoi kholm Pitch
Mniil:L Cordage, sail Twin5
Boiled Linseed nil. Oil Paints in tins
Clay Pip. s, firi:ilitoiie3, Saltwat. r Soap.
Crnshetl Suar in ca?P3
Iiaf iup;'.ir in case?, Rangoon Rice
Shflh'd AIimoikIs in dfinijhiiH
AVt-stnlialia H;uns, Uonlogna SaUhag
Frcneli CliocuJato in tins
Muscat Raisins in las.s
(Vplialonia Currants in glass
Sinpiore IVj.pcr and Pimento
Triple) Vinegar in demijohns
Wine Vinpgar in cas3, Herb Vinegar in cnnH
Sardines, Olive Oil
.Stearin Candles, Indigo l'.lue.
SPIKITS, WO ES AM
CASKS 1IOBLAM) Ul.V
4 J A MA ICA R I'M
I, AC Kit BKEK in qnnru
PALE A I.F, in qnniN
" PORTER in quariH un.l i,it
t.EXPIXE RHINE AVIXE Large
A or f in ciii
FRENCH CT.ARET, (t'lmi-..u
fun tomer !)
("1I ATIM V LATOl li
ltl lKJl'MlV WINE
(JF.XUIXE C II A MI,AC.VF.,iimru& pint.
rioiclsieclv cr, Cos liheims !
DEMIJOHNS 1LCOHOL1I.I j.erci.
White aad Blue Sewing Cotton, Brook's Sp-x.l Cotton
Blue Flann. !, BUck Broadclili
Wor.len Ban , Cas-iiaW".1
Buntii.ir, r: d. white. Ma-, 1.1 n k nnd yellow
Black Silk I'nibr lias. Burlis, Orey Bl.n.k.-ts
Woolen Blai.kets, assorted colour' -, White I'nii n I'.lankc i
Bed QlliitS. Ijldies' fitll Gr-Iit';! Kid (iluVCS
Ii.lic-i Silk Milieus, Artitici.l Feathers
Liihin's F.xtract, Black Silk lUl.bons
Black ami Fancy Si'.k Velvet llihnon?. Macassar Oil
Playing Card, porous Wat-tbf.t;le,
Gilt and Jac. Frame Mirrr rs. Brawcr Looking Glasses
Fuoiwap an 1 Le:tr Paper, Piintin Paier
liouijie Barrelled Gui-s, IVrcitssion Caps, Lea 1 Pipe
Stet I ad, I ai..p Blark, Brick?. e., ie . ,"tc
b. i ll 1 -" lloivi.l S
c. r. luruiwiv.
Moiui.ix. stom: iu,
; C-Ui issi .ti an 1 F rward.ng Merc!. ants,
T. S. Hathaway F.s.j
' M-'s.-rs. T. JC A. K. Nye,.
I w:rt .V Perry
i " lirimieil Mui'.urn & Co.,
j John M. Forl-ts Lsj.,
Me-rs Per.i:ii .t S:..:t!i.. .............
! Uaui' l C. V ut. ruiaU lisq.
;.m Francisco, Cat
New Bedfoi J
J. C. MERRILL. x. Co.,
V0-1 MMl dilitriilxi fStretit,
A10. AOKNTS OF THE
San Francisco & Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to the sale and purchase cf aier
rbandi-e, ships' l.i:siues, supilvtng whaleships, negotiatinc
XT" All frt icht arriving at SaH rancisco,by or to the Ho
nolulu Line of Packets, will le forwarJeil fkkk of coh.missios.
jj- Exchange on Honolulu bought aud sold. -LI
Messrs. Wiu'ox, Uickirps Jt Co., Honolulu
" 11 Hackfki n Jc Co., "
C BRIiW KR 4,' CO.,
" llHOP J Co.
It . W W IHOf .
Hon. F.. II. An K.v 44
1 C. Watkkxa.s, Lip, "
EST A 11 LIMIKD.
I in ior I !. of Optical. Miilheiiiuilcnl mid
l'liiloHopliical I ii ! r iiiiiciit.
CARTES DE VI SITE.
JOSEIMI RODGLUS & SOX'S
w tt i i-: Li i on cti rv ii i-: uy.
lTliLISllEKS OF PnOTOGRAPUS OF CAL1I0R.MA.
Xos. 3!" and 31! Montgomery street, between California
and Pine streets, tin Franeiiscc, and No. -13
Maiden Bane, New York.
nA VE FOR St EE Til E LA KG EST STOCK
on the Pacific Coat. consi-tintf in part m follows :
710 dozen SPKC'TACLKS, in U.lil, Silver, Steel and Plateti
305 dozen KYK C.I.A?SF-J, in tlold, Silver, Steel, Horn,
Hiell and Kuhhi-r Frames.
1 50 d. zeu 1 It 11 i i A X 7. K tiOOJ LF.S.
300 dozen SPI-.CTACLK ULASSKS, and BItAZILIAN
.".50 dozen M'Lt'TACLK and EYE lLAf?S CASK3.
ilyo Opt ra and Marine Glasses.
73 Tele-icopeS an.l Spy tilassca.
C'2-j dozen Magnifying Glasses.
80 dozen P.'CLet Compasses.
S'25 ll:ind Stereoscopes.
74 Revolving Stereo:-eo es.
J500 d.ia:eii Stereoscopic Views.
lr iwini; Instruinrnts, in (Jerman Silver and Brais.
ltoxwoml and Ivory Scales.
Microscopes in every Style.
200 Magnetic Machines for Medical purposes.
20,500 Crd Photographs.
OuO Allium Pictures in oil colors.
.0 dozen I nion t'ard Frames.
Joseph K- d ers 6, Son's CCTLFRV
1O0 dozen Talilu Knives.
1:00 dozen Pocket Knives.
12.ii ilezn Ittizors.
6ti dozen Razor Strops.
lliO ih.Z 'ii Scissors.
K'lSSKRS, iu cases.
100 dozen tl roscvpe Tops
loOdni ii Thermometers
20 dozen Hydrometers.
XT COUNTRY TRADERS will consult their own Interest
by examining our Stock and Prices before purchasing elsewhere.
, ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY promptly executed.
JZf CATALOGUES sent to any address Frer. JZt
I, A WHENCE Ar HOITE WORTH,
OPTIC I A XS,
Xo. :J I 7 nnl 31!) .Momyonicry Si !- I,
SAX FKAXCISCO. 400 ly
NOHT S W EST
LEWERS & DICKSON
I-X n v o T vi s t Ilecei v e cl
CONSTITUTION AND POLYNESIAN
A Full AssorlatPnt of nil Sizes
JOItTII WI'.VT S(MTMX(;,
North West ISoanls nd Plank-
do lt-iiLrii-;ri and Grooved I inch and men,
do Pickets and Rattens,
do Timher, 8x12, 10x12. 12x12. 14x14,
do White Cedar Shaved Shingles, n superior
Red wood R'ai'h Hoards and Plank,
io tMear Plank, H. 14 and 2 ineh,
do Clear Tonned and Grooved Hoards,
do Clear Rattens. J inch thick,
do Lattice in bundles.
tlo Shaved ami Sawed Shinples.
Doors. SaItrs, Hliuds and Nails !
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER FOR SALE LOW,
TOGETHER Willi OUR USUAL LARGE
OIT.S, WALL PAPER,
WINDOW CLASSES, &t.
Orders from the Other Is'ands will as usual bo
promptly attended to.
Lumber Vitnl n Fori, Kin and Mrrehnnl
M 17T E 11 , ifu T T E U ,
nAA'INCJ THE SOLE CONTRACT FOR
the Sale of th" Pio.lucts of these Two
:i:LE;iti: TLi i ii:ii:s :
1 hrtve now a continuous supply and am selling at
lis Cents jiei-Pound!
A. 1. CART WRIGHT.
FAMILY" OROCERY AND FEED STORE,
OIjD FELLOW. S HALL. 4e7-0m
HR...DEIlSOVS.Eff HOOK 0 THE
IrLix wn i i a 1 1 Tsla n ds .
1(1K S A EE li V
II. M. WHITNEY.
Pioneer Lumber Dealer!
FNIOX LfT.MIIEK YAHI).
Curacr California auJ Davis Streets, and Xo. l-l Market Strwt
SUGAR PINE, EASTERN PINE. WHITE
AN I) ALL KINI'S OF LUILOINU MATERIALS CONSTANT
LY ON HAND.
Mr. R. II. ARMSTRONG, of Honolulu, l,a4 eu
neciej hiiuielf with this tirui, and will !e happy to iec e and
attend to any order fur the Haw.l.ian Islands. 470 ly
DEXTER, LABERTT Co, "
Miiiiufticluiers rf and Wholcisnle Dftilers
IN KON Nirr It I It II DNS,
DRESS .VXD MANTILLA TRIMMINGS,
SILK FRINGES, Ac, Ac.
llh'i Itattery St.. Sas Francihco.
SIM Broadway, Xtw Yohic.
1 0 l'eviiish re St., P-.-stos.
FACTORY, BOSTON, MASS. 4G9-Cuj
JANION, GREEN & RHODES,
Virtoriit, Va itciivr Ifelund.
N. B. Particular attention paid to consiciitn-.-nts cf Sun.Uu fc
Victoria, V. I., January 1, IStKJ. jlo0-ly
105 BatteryjJtreet. 105
M.-mufacturcrs cf nrul Wh-kale lleali-ra in
Dress and Mantilla Trimmings,
Sillc JTVines, etc.,
Would inform the trade, that they have opened a hrnneh uf
tlftir busiioess at
Wo. 10.1 JSatlery Street,
Where they will constantly Ieej on hand a full assortment of
11 ON" NET RIRRONS,
DRESS T RIM M I XGS,
M A N TI LI. A T R I M M I X S,
Silk, Thread, und Clirnillo N l, elr.
ll3 Rat tery street, San Francisco.
211 Broadway, New York,
1 Oli Pcvonshin;, Boston.
I. M. WATERMAN", with DKXTKIt, LAMBERT
& CO., would inform the Merchants ol Honolulu that he will
CM nil or.leni intrusted to him through the above uame.l firm,
either iu their own or other tjoodri. 4CU-3m
CHAS. WOLCOTT BHOOKS, W. FRANK LADD, KDWARU F. UALL.JM.
CIIAS. W. IJIJOOKS & CO.,
BAWAItAN PACKET UNE
RE 1' WEEN
OFFICE 31 1 Smiteoiue Sl.rorner Merclinm,
ivisr a l c o .
I PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchase, Shipment anil Sale of Merchandise ; ttt For
wardinK and Transhipment of (loiols ; the t'harterinR and SmI
of Vessels ; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in punis to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Ai D.;icif, Walker S, Co ,
Best. F.Ssow, Esq.,
C. Bkkwkr i: Co., "
Hi-'HOP As Co., "
Thus. Spksckr, Eq., Ililo.
Ali.masi Sr Co., Kanagawa.
J as. Hcnskwell Esq., ltotoa.
Hknht A. Pkihck & Co.
Bt'TI.KH, SlSK Ai tlo.,
Si-tton At Co.. New York.
Mm. If. Foo.j k Co., "
11. Fn.jo k Ci., Shanpha.
Rll HARD:? k M'CftAKlN,
J AMKd C. KISO.
CIIAS. F. L1PMAK.
JilMES C. IIIG & Co.
Shipping juid Commissiou
520 FRONT STREET. CORNER JA CKSON.
SAN FRANCISCO, Cai.ifoi.ma. 40C-ly
Commission Merchants !
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
The Hon. IlmeoN's Bay Co Victoria, V. I.
Messrs Danl. (in.H k Co San Francisco.
Messrs. Almiich, Waikkk A: Co Honolulu.
Mr. James I. Ijowsett do.
A C C O U X T A N T
NO. G2 MONTGOMERY BLOCK,
Address Box 21 2ft P.,nt Oiliw, San Francisco. 4&C Ca,
B. W. FIELD,
31 ami 33 H ROADWAY,
SHIP C01MPRQD0RE AND
G enoivil Irovisionor.
! Open for all contracts r Sh) s pcovijion t the mowt moderat
rates. NAGASAKI, JAPAN, 4.'i
171 HORN WOITED INFORM THE I'l'II-
he that hereafter his EXTRA FAMILY LKI.A1 will
I have the letters F. 1 1 . stain ed on the loaves.
MADE TO ORDER AT JO CENTS. Ier I.L.
; AT THE
1'IONEER FAMILY IJREAD RAKERY.
A'LVft STREET, UOyOLVLU.
F. HORN, Proprietor.
XT R 11 M I Xu K
PUUNUI OR KAHAUIKI DAIRY
nEEIVEREO Tti C I STOMFRS IV ANY
I.nrt .f the City, MuRNINO an.l EVENING, at th
LDWF.ST MARKET I'RKrE, ty applying at the
Grocery Store of McCandless & Co.
CORNER OF FORT AND KINO STREET.''.