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IURLISIEI WRKKLY Kl" I
HENRY M. VI11T.KV. J
For MoihnS Sak-.'
A fatiikk ar.'l bin little son
u wiiilry WW! were sailing;
Fast, from their way, the liht of il.iy
lit cl wi.l ami gloom was failing;
Awl iierc-ly round their lonely I.. -irk
The normy winds w.;re. wailing.
They knew thai eril hovered n-ar;
They pray.!. " lieavi-n ! Itttv-r;'
:uc a iltcr M...it cm N'urlin paat,
An. I S'foo, with noli arnl i-luvt-r,
Th jr tm:.'.',"t ' th " Kras",
Of that dark, rushing rivt-r.
Ctin fast t' roe, my darlif.g chiM.
An iigu'shl voice was cryiugi
W l.ile, il-ry clear, oVr letuel drear,
Rose softer tone,, replying
'Oil, miii 1 not m, my father dear
I'm not iifia.d of dying.
Ob, mirwl in i but save yourself,
l..r tnoth:r'.4 a ike, dear father;
lj-ivr mr. a.wl hasten to the shore,
i r who wilt eoiufort ne .tl.tr ?
The aire forms that -ver wait,
I iisrii, on n.an attendant.
Fie up, i.Vrj .y-il, tr heaven bright gate-,
Ami lb-re. on page n ep!end.-ut.
High over tho-; ol hTr lio.d,
Aul n.artvr lamed in story.
TU y wrote ibe ti.'iue of that brave liy.
Ami real lie 1 i: rouixl Willi K'ory.
fio.1 t!iir cfiiM ! aye, he biu Iless
That ile et;-lm.t,
Aii'l !y him to thf fhoi",
ThriUh t'Ui(-t, lo.l. arwl trial,
foon. in their hriitht ami trani nl fioinT,
rn, aire, aiwl that ilear tuother
for thw.' seet iak- Diuch wad done,
In r ii-ture uet t n il other.
If The fallowing review of the Sto Franci-co
markets ws prex"el for and receiie J bj Ihe b;rk
I). C. .Murray. t.f the Hiwaiiau Ticket Line. It
is the Lett review of the market that had corne to
b tn l :
:hH. V. Ilrooks Ac Ci9 Circular.
Sam Franciscu, Cal.. Feb. Sth, 18CC.
Trade the Jt iui;ib liai been circumscribed
withia Kijre thau ordinary winter limits; the teuon
ha. proted seieie lejond what is customary, and
although limited districis only hae been Hooded, gen
tle and cuiitinuous rait.s hae rendered interior roadj
q ite iu.a?abte fur heaiy letms. The rain guage
report lti 15 itiches, exceeding any month Iorteeral
years; tiuring January lfcOL', the season of our great
tlood, ouly 11. ) inches fell.
Stocks generally throughout the interior are low,
ad lice from aoinc localities report them compara
tively bare of good, aul although jobbers hate
already orders in hand, they merely buy to replenish
tfuk for local consumption, uu willing to purchase
largely until rfter free communication is established
witit the interior, when a brisk trade is likely to ensue, j
Hawaiian produce, although iu comparative light
urply, sympathizes with general rneichau use, all
rate being twmewhat nominal. We quote as follows,
Scuar. Considerable transactions hae been closed
witniu range v( quotatiou. the market bus gained
eome firmness liom reported detention and disasters
to vessels from ManiU with cargoea of refining
graded. From I'eru, we le rn two cargoes are ex
pected during the current quarter. Imports of
Hawaiian during the month ot January for three
jears past hae bee" as follows : li4 1,273 kegs;
1805-.2,3')7 kegs; lbOii ti.GUO kegs; which latter is
fully up to requirement at this seasou. Extra No.
1, ll.Jl2c; Xo. 1 caue, lO'ClIc; medium No. '2
gradts, Si3l)c. ordiuary molasses sugar, 61a:3o;
dark in mats, li7c.
ANuSfBi'M L.te receipts mostly placed
prior to arrival at 3'JJ23c. Sales to a moderate
extent ut Soc. Since urrifal of the IV. V. Hue, y
which heavy shipments of this article were expected,
:iu J none came, a party has atte upted to control lots
at hand, and established au advance with temporary
success, and now aks 45c, at '
circumscribed. alth..uzn a tew orders h ive beeu filled
at the latter i:te. S.iuui l d.stiUcrs withdraw frutu
If.e market sV.es ouM lf dttlicull at old quotations,
yet should this demau I coutiaue paying rates may
be -ni.it tined for iiue lime.
O.in: Kates are drooping, trade being dull
and boi lers anxious to realize, and sales only etfecud
at considerable concessions. Green Ilio, 24.5-y.Jc;
Mtnila. -JlffiJV:; CVsia Uica. '&ffi2to; Jaia (Old
Ciov'i) 3'L'; Hawaiian Kona, 'lrd J5c.
it,.- Mirket weiker. owiujr to heavy receipts
from Cbin t and Ktst Ind.es; 1)7,713 bags are te
portal as due or arrived withiu a lew days. Any
considerable otlerit.g pressed on our market would
involve decline from present nominal rates. The
future of our mat ket although uncertain, warrants
I,trle enci umgeuiei.t for these varieties, and a further
atvutemrnt i probable. Hawaiian table rice for city
trade is held at 10c, while Cniua No. 1 is dull at
I'ViX With high rates, demand has considerably
abated;" nominal lijSHc; recent importations per
II '. Jt- Hict. J- bales remain iu first hands.
Ftsof Without recent sales quotations remain
unchanged; clean, well-cured lots would itadily
command 17-ic. i iu.
Sw.fcT l'.rrvTot.s. Large parcels ll$c y I,
current j -bbit.g prict for California raised. -Si-bc
15y th. f . IK Hice. '210 barrt-ls receive-1 are re
torted unsold, importers a-king lc from ship.
1 irm;m-Kx P. C .Murray. IZ M. Kona.
.1 imaged on inter Ul n I schoouer Kmtline from
Hawaii to Honolulu, were sold at auction in lots on
the wharf, ui . I t counted at rate ranging from
Wl--J7 M. Healers afterwards selected,
cleaned and repacked portions of this lot which were
jibbed iu orJer at Z'.K) V . , m
LtMoNS A!D Lim.s California lemons, $oO8?4l
M. .Malaga, in boxes, too. Dest Messina. ?i4
fii-jtiO t M- Liaies, in original packages ?'J M;
selected. S-1 I M.
Cocoancts and Das anas -l'JSO of the former,
ex H .Murray, at auction, realized 5rb M t iuu
and VJ)0 by the same vessel, twld at private sale,
brought 7 V the latter SI i$2 o0 per
rtt'sru-Be California grown, fresh and large
izeJ. sell freely at 13c; other varieties lower, accord-
icz to nual'ty; inferior, Sc.
O u -lWr. crude, dull at 75.i83c California
Coa-t W hale. olatAfc Walrus, white. l)0c. bperm.
Crude. 1 Wal 70. Cocoanut. COu.Oc; large par
ce's for export at the former; moderate quantities tor
Lome consumption recently sold at the latter quot-
,,Mcii vsue. On Eastern cities, at sight, payable
in gold coin. 11 V ct. pre..,.; payable in currency.
7l)a7Uc; purchasers furt.ishit:g stamps, le.egraphio
trauste'rs in gold. '2 t ct- pren... accutJing to
amount. French Governmant bilts at lOiiU Uays,
uf to a dollar; sterling, f'J days sight on London;
Strikers' bills.48.i l; Commercial Credits. 4Jd On
China. Dentinal. 0u7 ct. pietn. Mexican dollars,
Hitbk IP Ct- urem.
Financial Money easy and abundant ; rates
ancbaoe'd. lucent telegrams report the li mi of
England has largely advanced its rate, consequent
on Targe specie req-nrcnents for Iu.'.a, tu hquidu.on
of cotton purches. Leal Tender Notes, sedipz
70ia71c. Gold is reported by telegraph on the -d
a FKtiJiiTS Vessels are in active demand offer
ings being in excess of available tonnage. A large
Jleet recetlly sailed with grain for Australia and
heavy shipments still to go forward, await Convey
ance. To New York and lloston, r-15 V ton weight.
Mens!, Sl-al4; Oil, 78c; Iione, lc To Tahiti.
c'10. To Honolulu, $6. To haiighae, S"10. To
J.ipan, 81 "J.
Ver!?eU under dispatch, bound westward, are as
follows: For Hongkong, I5rit:h ship hotta .Maria,
Feb. 17h. For Huiiulu.u, Am. bark littering, about
tiii: iiimtisii am roitncx
mihlvi: i.vsuiMNxr: comimxv,
Capital One Willion Pounds.
lieail otlii e, Manrht-Fter 1'aiKliiik.-', LiveriKKil.
Aetitd at Honolulu,
ressels. -11. ii "oiu.:my takes rirk on goods only an l not on
UNION INSLIiANCi: COMIMXV !
S X I'll AXC1S C O . V A l A .
Capital Stock, - - - - $750,000.
CALK II T. I' AY
CIIA.. I HAVEX
Gl'STA V K TK.NCII AUD
rllr:i'Mi:US(:-K.I !....- I..-.-.. iiimiomHkI
I a,nl! f r the aliove Coiu;iiy and are r- areil to ilidure
CAUGOKS. I'KIK;I1T AXI TKKAM KK.
For ra'.es i-t .rmiuin, '-ly to
j.; loo WALKKK, A I.t.KN & Co., Agents.
v-iik I'Mihushjm:!) iiavk isr.K.v ai-
lixe 3?olicie !
Store. Ivcllins Ilou-r, Furniture anil
(iikhN in Store,
L IIOSOLVLU AM YIC1 MTV.
Losses a ljusted ami paid here by us iu U. S. gold coin.
K-r r:tt- of Premiums and iattiTu!ars apply to
i Ji fim 1 1 . 1 1 A C K K K L I .V Co., acen U.
Board oi Uiidchvrilcrs.
fVK IM)K!tSI(;KI) HAVING UKK.V
.-ipp-iiiited ai-'eiit fir the ivm Francisco Iioard ol I niler
The California Iiiurance Coiupany,
The Merchants .Mutual Marine Insurance,
The Pacific Insurance Company,
The California. Lloyds, ami
The Home .Mutual ln-iirance Company.
Hetr leave to inform Masters of Y-sfl3 and the puhlie P";r
ally that all toss.-ii sustained on Vt.ssKlJ? and CAKIH'Ks",
iiiure. I y either of the a..ve Companies spainst perils of the
tt.-.i and other ri.-ki, at or near the Sandwich Inlands, will have
to veriaed y them.
4'J-J-ain HACKfKLU k Co.
JON VIDIAN IICXT, Pr-s-id-nt. A. J. KAbSTCX. Secretiry.
V C X X1 X G
CAPITAL. STOCK, $750,000.
4.:j Caliiornia Street,
rfVlIlS CO.MPAXV WII.I.TAKE MARINE
A RISKS ON
Cargo, Commissions and Profits I
In v.s. Ls not rating lower than A 2. either iu the Fori i;n
or liilrr-llii"l Trmle. favorable terms and the
uiidersii-'in d arc the aullior z-;l atjents i f the Company for
SSF V' 'U,bUat C 3 j'H0P A: CoAgents
riillE I XDEUSICXED AOF.XTS F THE
I al-e C...i. ai.V. have Inn n autl.oriz. d to insure r.-ks oil
CVJHJO, ntKlf:ilT itiul 7." It E A SI" It E.
Iiv COASTERS fp.ra Hon. lulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
Uroup.ad vice rrsa. 11. HACKFELll CO.
SAX F RAX CI SCO.
rvui.'itsii:F.n AVIMJ itr;r;.
i-l.iiited A'.-'-lits I-T I lie a"e viim''"J . f- -
. . ....... . .,.. ... I u if ..
. .. 1 . . .. ... ........ I..,.. ...riv.. (ii
nl..nn the the public. Hi lt tney arc ii" ! r.-. .
I IRIX E I X S I R A X C E P O L I C I ES
on Carg... Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts of the
II. IIACKFELD .V CO.
Honolulu. April 2 1n62.
Of J-Jiiit I'rtiiicliseo.
I VDERSICNED IIAVIXO
E u,.,-.int.si aL-ents for the above t..n pany. beg leave to
inform the public that tf.- y are row prepared to i,ue
II I II INK INSURANCE POLICIES OX
C ARl'OES. FR Ell. II
WALKER. ALLEN k CO.
FIR't: LXSUllANCE COMPANV.
-..-.I. .-. IU 4 tr..nt if tTie ftt.OW Coi,i
'V"Vr;ryr tr in aa
m - f-i
or particulars apply at the othce.
II .n-. ulu Oct. 11.15T. 4"S11
INSURANCE AGENCY !
casti.i: A: COOKIE
a Pl'OI NTED BV KIGELO W i """TA'imni?
- Vi K ?.. FrlicU-... A.ents f..r the w,ll known MARINE
Tn jl" RACE COMPANIES
1 lie 1. ' .... o.o.nnn.
A ml !'
X. V. Se iiriiy. nMi ." "
upon CA RGO. TR E AS U R K
, and fr..m all Prts of the wor'd
ire i.renared to take risks
""'s. "n;al . "totaN-sfr-n War or Marine hazards, upon
the ui favorable terms
A IX) AC. EMS FOR THE
Xpw Fnalnii'l Lil lr..t in Cinpniy,
All risks taken u, . th- most favorable tern... ioCCm
rill! F U X OERSIG X ED. A G ENTS FOR Til E !
1 -'ve O v. have recently reived in, tn.ct.ons b re-
4.'2 ly . j
Win. WILSON, l'roprietor.
A'.VO STREET, HONOLULU.
HONuLCLl. II. I.,
Kins Street, opporiie the IJethel
I. II. V KICK, Manager.
HF.fi S TO INFORM TIIK l 111 I.I C
nf Honolulu t!iat he has e.tahlihed himself in the
above biiaines-t on
Kiuv Street, next door to City .Market.
Where he will be found ready to attend on all cu.-tomers in
j;. He n-.'S to call attention to Ms Superior and Cheap
BATH TUBS !
LINK!) WITH ZINC
Charges reasonable and work done promptly and sati.-fartorily.
" 60S 6m
J Boot and Shoe Maker, 5
IIa n moved to the North ide of NuuanuSt.,'
alx.ve tves l'.akery.
All Orders Hit ruste." to o will be attended to with neatness
Hiid dispatch. 4 J7-ly
Cabinet Maker and r reiich Polisher, Hotel Street, nenr the
lru Store of J . Mott Smith c Co. 4" J"y
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufi.eturer. Importer and d-:tb r in Furniture of every de-
erii tii.il. Furniture Warerm in on K'.rt street, oj jn.site
Me.sr. lowers .t 1'u ks .ii" oili. e ; Worksh.-p at the old
Stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
X. It. orders from other islands promptly attended to. 4u-Iy
H. FISCHER !
tii.iii K'...m, roiKtantlv on hand an assortment of Bne
it- 1..1..M. r,w;ni..re nml I'lickskin. NuuanuSt, leloW
CI.OKCi: C' LA It K,
HOOT ant SHOEMAKER, H .tel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. SiS-jy
J. 11. WICKE,
Al.AKKA STKKKT BELOW THK THKATRB.
Furniture made and repair-.nl at reasonable prices.
I. I. IE5JBffKS,
...... 'w !. tr - 11 a; r i-m 1
T I' RE It of all Wind of Saddlery, tar- V;VvsS
riage Trimming, .Maiircs iiijimu
aud repairing done with neatness and dispatch
l..i-j iiromiitlv ultelided to.
I'orner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu 4S5-ly
1 III. li.llrii.7ii-.ii.-- - A - I'il?
having taken the building ad- . wsr
joining the Drugstore of .1. M.
Smith & Co.. on Hotel Street, off.-rs for sale a
complete assortment or SUPERIOR, t- It it
m ..... f... ktlJ AO. ISn OTIIKK Fish Woous.
Is prei.are.l to manufacture and till Orders for SiDK Boards,
Ckstkk Tabi.ks, Arm Cha:is, Li.in'jks, Warurobks. Sofas,
Ladies Work Tables, Boxes, nnd other articles in his line of
business with promptness and dispatch. ,,,,.
4nv"-ly WM. H.-CIIr.It.
Hoot ami Shoe Maker !
' HOTEL STREET. RE LOW I XT OX,
fit. IX THE STORE FORMERLY
occui.ied byj. M'KWAtll'.
' Hoots anicl Shoe
M.vle and repaired in a workmanlike manner.
II S rtl.VSTAM Iil U ll.t.11'
for s.ile, a gosl assortment of
Best Refilled Rar-Iron !
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal !
At the Lowest Mar Act Prices. 4u-iy
HONOLULU SOEP WORKS!
W. J. SAWLINS.
mlH' IMtOlMllETOR OF THE A It O E
B Works is pr. pare.1 M supply his customers, and the puli-
lic in general, with the best nimbly 1 f.l.l." -r. .
SOFT SOAP nhniTs li"'
Thk IIioHest Prick paid For Soap Ukkasb. s3'f
i'iOVwIvi r visr
Wm. II. lirJJlY
,. 1VINO RECEIVE!) A LA RO E AND FILL
fi I' stock of material. 1 prepared M supp.v his customers
and the public, with the W Yellow. Brown nn.l
t iiiii-so.tr. i.Mi
SOFT A"NI OIL
In large or small quantities to suit,
p. -J. toap grease always wanted.
SO A I'
J. L. LEWIS, Cooper,
m 1 VI NO PURCHASED THE INTEREST
B 1 ..f Mr Vortoii in the Co. net a ne , will carry on the busi
ness at the" "old stand. Tha:ikful lor .t favors, he holies to
nurit a continuance of the same
3000 II A RRELS XEW OIL SIIOOKS.
OIL CASKS AM) SIIOOKS. Constantly n hand
and for sale.
Coopcraixr on Kinsr St.. Corner of
oYiIir. St., Honolulu. 4 S 9-6ns
IV REMOVING IIIS1JUSINESS
to hi new COOPEKAOE on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes this opportunity of reuirn
m: his sincere thanks to his frien.ls and the
pnl-Iio in general, for the support and patron
ivbi.-h thev have leen pleased to prant
.:. t - .i. t- ,v.ri and bones that bv attention to nui-
I n-ss and 5 roiuptr.e? in the execution of all orders intruted to
l in.. he will merit a continuance 01 tneir uens.
1 5 A OT FTC
THE UN DERSIGXED WOULD R E-
eprctfu.'.v inf. nil then ili : : hat lie is prepared to c-tn
: id finish all kind? .f - v i i 1 n l cmposition work with
ilispat. h and at reason ib er Hta.
IT All kinds of ship and :t:a ion work furmsiied on snort
notice. , , , ,.
ITr- C-i.tantly on hand couplings of the following
sizes i, 1, IS - K s"- n ou'" Hn' l"a,,i:e cocks
' ' JAMES A. HOPPER,
4,1 iy Ri"S street.
ISLANDS. MARCH 3.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
RUH'T L. MOHCiAN.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, lih, cptiaous,
A-c., furnished to order. J
a Mr . II . A: u . )
iiZh Tinsmith and Plumbers,
lttZ7,u Street, near the Wharf sTOVts and UAuru ft
always on hand. Johhing ofali Kinas aueuueu
II i o S X t; A I !
PIANOS TuXEDmul RF. PA I li
ed hy CIIA. DEUBY,
l.ron ! ii on I'inno X Guitar,
orders left at the LooksMre will meet w.th prompt ft'
HoSoLiLf, February 16, 1SG8.
w I? 4 I IOW
I to thank you for the very valuable assistance you
rendered us during our Concerts in Honolulu, m keepm i
Id tno forte i su- h excellent tune, and I take much pleasure in
rec.tnmeudinj; you to the Musical Community of tins to.., a a
perfeclly comt'-nt tuner, with the ben wishes for your success.
I i ....v.. I full' vi.iira
I r ilium, uear sir, oj nv'j j
IIosoli lc, February 17, lSCt.
CH AS. DEKBY, Esq.
T .'l.i;n.. Vr. Kerhv as a u' titieman fully capable of tuning
and putti.1,5 in orderpiano Fortes. He h ts during my stay ...
Honolulu, tuned the instrument 1 have used at my Concerts to
my entire satisfaction. nisiifiP SHIM.TZ.
60'j-iin i : - -
TA1M0C.1. FARIXA and AKKOWROOT
Of Superior Quality.
. .... . ra. . ' . fe , K.' 4 . .
H . V I. Km 1 II II -A I. , ---- -
iV 1 'eoustantiy on hand and fur sale in nu iniitiesto suit by
c, . . MtLCHEilS Ac to
ARTES tit- VISITK;
COPYIXCJ AND ENbARClXC;
tr I'Till'I'll I N i tluuc in " m mil ii in r,
and on the most reasonable ti rms.
Also for sale-Photograph or the Crulers Kil.i nen ami
IlnlnUHlii.!iud other Island Scenes; the KINl.s KAME-
:meiia, xc, ac.
At the Gallery on Fort Street.
" 11. L. CHASE.
o ,!....:.. ,mi.f! tbo Portrait Negatives from Mr.
Weed", duplicate copies can be had by those persons wishing
for the s-uue.
11. L. C
The Foundry Business,
PTiipnitl- CARRIED OX CXIIEIt
I of Tiit.MAS IIUUHES. will from this date
be carried on undvr the name of
The Honolulu Iron "Works Company !
. - . f ... :.,eir tixw tiulra
All communicj.tions or ai-piicatio r ' - V ;"'m -
contracts, or rT inionnaiiou toinicoiu .
be addressed to .
THOMAS lllliiir.J, .'liiiiJB'.t,
tr to J ANION, GREEN i Co., Agent.
Honolulu, Jan. 1st, 18C3
I SreiVVI fc Co.,
HAVE ON HAND
And For Sale at Low Eates !
-. . . . . . cm oil ti.
.. , 1.. All'.' !... I.. A Vanln fl F.7le II.
IIUKft I 11 II C, i.co"- I '- "
SIDE HILL PLOWS, A No. 2, A No. 3, A No. 4;
STEEL PLOWS, U. O. 3J; X U, X d U. O.
Extra Teeth for above Patterns.
PLOWS, with and without NV. & C.
C ul tivsi tors
STEEL REVERSIRLE TEETH,
CPA IlLE TEETH.
SPARE TEETH FOR IMl ft at.
STEEL, IRON AND WOODEN TOOTH HAKES.
BUSH AND GRASS SCYTHES AND SNATHES.
TTrtXT fllltterS. NO. J, i0.O. ISO.4
II i y Cutters
Very large with pully and balance wheel
For Ciittin?: Sorghnm Cane Tops, Ate. &c.
OX YOKES, various sizes.
OX BOWS, assorteJ sizes.
CANE KNIVES. COLLARS ami HARNESS,
PLANTER'S HOES. assorteJ sizes.
L E A T 1 1 E R H E LT I X G . 3, 4, and 5 inches.
R U li HER li E LT IXG, 3, 21, 4 & 5 inches, 2, 3 4: 4 p'y
Ami a Variety of Smaller Articles.
SUGAR A: .1SOLASSKS.
CROP COMING IN. For sale by
WALKER, ALLEN & Co.
Sugar and Molasses Containers.
i VI) i Call. PIVI' SIIOOKS. clean and hrigh
& 14 GALL. V1XE SHOOKS, clean and bright;
14 GALL. CHESTNUT SHOCKS, clean & bright;
31 GALL. TIME SHOOKS,
31 GALL. CHESTM T SHOOKS.
11 X K HOXES in shooks, to hold about C50 lbs.
Ilt:i OAK, W gall. Huvks, for Molassts or Syrup.
For sal; t y
fgd IRON COULKllN
1 FKET MY
jZ.JW 4 i Feet.
PltlCI, 35 KAC1I.
For Sale by
C. lUtF.WER & Co.
For Sugar Boilers
4 FEET METAL THERMOMETERS.
For Sale by
C. BKEWEtt & Co.
Vj wi. .i acii 1IVKS .
- " I w a . .u I. I?
A FEW MUKEol Ilie .i,i.i.t.'ij
t. V IS plain, inexpensive, simple and effective
AVill do any kind of work, strong stich, and not liable to get
out of order.
X3 i l c o 34Sv
For Sale by C. BUEWEH fi Co.
METX-LIC PAINT !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
milATIXVAU' A BliK, O V U A M L K, F LEX
K ible, preserving, anl. corrosive
For Coolers, Boilers, Roofs, Steam Engines, Cast Plows, Houses,
Fences, Schooners, Steamers,
AM) AbbOTUERIROX or WOODWORK.
For Sale by
C. BREWER & Co.
. j-wrtnf-nW C "C "L7" T
CEMIXE SEA IMi.lM' A"; .'Y"Z
M Just Receive.! from BEAUFORT, S. C, and fcr sale at
.e .1 Ci'liln urr 1'OIIIKl
II. M. WHITNEY.
11 LANK ETS
Heavy White, Scarlet and llluc Blankets.
74 and 92 inches.
70 R SALE II Y
C. BREWER & Co.
Anchors and Cables.
rROX STOCK ANCHORS. 700, 800, 900, 1000,
L 1100. 1300 pounds.
CHAIN CABLES, J and I inch.
For Sale by
&00 3.u C. BREWER ii Co.
I1UNCS A NO STOPPERS
I. 1, li, 11 and 2 inches.
FOR PROVISION" AND MOLASSES BARRELS,
For Sale by
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C. BREWER ir Co.
OPPER SINK PUMPS,
EngitHJ Well l'umps,
For Sale by
500.3m C. BREWER & Co.
aiTTA PI2BSCIIA nosi:.
O l'LV 1-2 IXC'H HOSE.
3 ply i inch Hose, ply i inch IIe,
3 ply 1 inch Hose, o piy it men iiobc.
fJUTTA PEHCIIA PACKING
J, 3-16, , and g inch.
For Sale by
C. BREWER & Co.
A TEST STYLES.
For Sale by
C. BREWER & Co.
tiTTf-.TTTf. AMI PRODUCE WAGONS
7TTH CANVASS TOPS, FOR COUNTRY
For Sale by .
506-lm C. BREWER & Co.
TWO HORSE POWER MACHINES,
THRESHERS and CLEAXERS FOR WHEAT.
FAN MILLS FOR RICE OR COFFEE.
For Sale by
505-3m C. BREWER & Co.
IRON WORKS COMPANY.
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having been recently much enlarged and supplied with as
I complete a
Set or Tools :
As is to be found on the Pacific Coast, are prepared to execute
ENGINEERING, WORKS of all KINDS !
At very moderate rates.
TANKS, SUGAR MILLS,
A f.. &c 4lc.
Executed on short notice.
Tatterns of several sizes Sugar Mills are on hand
For Sale, different sizes, are on hand and in progress.
The Company would call the attention of Planters to the
most recent and approveu una 01
Or which detailed drawings are to be seen in the office, and
also to the plan of doing away with Air Pumps, and the motive
power for them, in those siuations where a sufficient quantity
and head of water exist, thus rendering the Y AtbLLJI
P X at the same time the most efficient, economical, ana
Bimpl evaporators. Tracings sent at a short notice without
They would also call at tention to their large stock or
MACHINERY REQUISITES !
Such as :
SHAFTING, of all usual sizes up to 8 inches.
BRASS COCKS and YALVE3 of SUPERIOR make.
Elbows and Tees,
India Kul.ber Packing,
Injectors, Steam Gauges,
REST REST 11 A R IRON !
Boiler Plate, Sheet Iron, Angle Iron,
Fire Clay, Boiler Tubes, &c, &c.
A lrauzhtsman of exrience in Su?r.r Machinery is em
ployed, who will get up plans and drawings of works or ma
chinery to suit the views of Planters.
Ihe Pattern chop having Kn filled with the best and most
recent SAWS and LABOR SAVING .MACHIN
ERY', new patterns for Machinery can be furnished with
promptitude and economy.
4 3 TII03. HUGHES, Manager.
&05 3m Or to JAN10N, GREEN is Co., Agents.
six nmxAits pku asm i.'14I
Hawaiian Steam and
GENERAL IHTER-ISLAHD NAV. CO.
The Fine Schooner
Will continue Tor the preseut in the
ICawiiiliJic Trade !
The Clipir Schooner
Nettie Merrill !
Will run as a regular packet to
Lahaina and Maalaea Bay.
For particulars apply to
1 Capt. FRANK MOLTENO,
Or J ANION, GREEN ti Co.,
Agents II. S. and 0. 1. 1. N. Co
THE VAI.I AMI.E AX1 PI.EASAXTI.V
Moakca," on Molokai !
Is off. red for sale for the purpose 01 closing me cbuuc "i i-.e
late Captain THOMAS KING. .
This land is situated on the Eastern end of Molokai and
contains 15011 acres, more or less; alout 500 acres of which are
excellent Cane Land. The land extends from the inounta n to
the sea, a small island off the coast Belongs 10 me '". "
there is a landing for boats and a fishing right. A fine stream
of water runs through the land and there Is an abundance of
WOOD on the estate. ...
This is one of the finest locations on the group, giving a
splendid view of the channels and ll.e open iea 10 uie no. in
ward anil is only oni-reii nr eaie iu cioou mc
For particulars apply t
Executor ami Administrator,
505-3m Or to PETER H. TREADWAV, Lahaina.
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Sl:AR AM) MOhAMKM f itii
establishment Tor sale in quantities to suit purrhasers by
503-3m w Ai.tvg.it., -
A FEW CASES KXTKA n.K. .-nn r..v .v . ,
For Sale by
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50.4t MAL.ivr.il, 1-'- -
A SMALL LOT OF MARSHALL'S SUPE-
t. rior Currant Wine, 1862. For Sale by
&0-4t WALKER, ALLEN tt Co.
HAWAIIAN PACKET IiliK
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
r-3C FIRST CLASS CLIPPER VACKCTS
"5t31TaV :n ;. iin will be dispatched regularly for the
Y&SsaiL alwve jiorts.
iTTt. anm-rior cabin and steerage accommodations Mte.l
ui expressly for the comfort aud convenience ol passengers,
e.. 1 1 .:.... ,..t..n ,t ihn lniv.Rt. .Mirreiit rates.
1 assengers i.u iiohi .
WALKER, ALLEN it Co.
AgonlB of tl J-iino
Messrs. CHAS. W. BROOKS & Co., San Francisco.
462-ly MnCRACKEN, MERRILL At Co., ,,j
IViMlTDLESS & CO.!
Corner King and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
Offer For Sale the Fdlowing List of
NEW AND FRESH
CALIFORNIA GARDEN SEEDS !
PER STEAMER " A J A X ! "
nURRARISOUASH, CUSTA RI SQUASH ,
Winter Crookneck Fquash, Early White S,uaHh.
Boston Marrrow Souash.
Large Yellow Tomato,
Cook's Favorite Tomato,
I.an;e Red Smooth Tomato,
Larue Early Red Tomato.
B J Jarly Scarlet Turnip Radish,
Loni? Scarlet Radish,
White Spanish Radish,
Yellow Turnip Radish,
Early Turnip Purple Radish.
Scotch Kale, Curled Parsley, Thyme, Savory,
Sweet Majoram, Sage.
Flowe r Sec els I
White Solid Celery.
Long Green Cucumer,
Early Cluster Cucumber,
Early Frame Cucumber.
Early White Corn,
Early China Beans,
Early Mohawk Beans,
Scarlet Runner Beans,
Rd Dutch Cabbage.
Enfield Market Cabbage,
Ox Heart Cabbage,
Curled Savory Cabbage.
Eaily Butterseed Cabbage,
Sugar Lear Cabbage,
Flat Butch Cabbage,
F-arly York Cabbage,
Drumhead Savory Cabbage, W inningBtadt Cabbage.
Yellow Dausons Onion,-
Silver Skin Onion,
Large Red Onion.
Salsify or Vegetable Oyster.
Half Long Carrot, Short Horn Carrot,
White Belgian Carrot. Long Orange Carrot,
Lonjj Lemon Yellow Carrot.
Roman Lettuce, Brown Dutch Lettuce,
Japanese Blood Red Lettuce,
French Salad Lettuce, Bath Cap Lettuce.
Turnip Blood Beet,
Red Turnip Beet,
Long Blood Beet,
Mangel Wertzel Beet.
Long White Tarsnip,
German Sweet Turnip,
Early Paris Cauliflower.
White Flat Dutch Turnip,
White French Turnip.
Parole Tod Turnip.
Grape Water Melon,
Early Jenny Lind Melon, Nutmeg Melon.
Earlv Kent Peas, Queen of Dwarf Peas,
Tom'Thumb Peas, 1- Kkc ''j
ri.aint.ion of Enaland Peas. Erly in. -innali I a,
Early Micheaux Peas.
Prince Albert Peas,
Sailor's Home Cellar to be Let
riMIE CELLAR AT THE HOME i. LARGE,
I DRY and CONVENIENT.
For terms apply to
MR. MILLER, Manager.