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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN RLANDS, JANUARY 17.
5 SIX DOLLARS I'KR ANM'.M
) VOL. XI. X. fl. VI1ULK.5
flTmniiroiYrjrl feSl 1 ih wirier
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ltTDLr.Rncn An Lastera Ia!le.
TV fallowing U ira;.hritw f a t.ile that Dr.
Frankl'n u'l to repeat witli prr-at pusto. takiug
op a CiM and in wrtptnrv phra.-H-olny pr-Uni:njr
t read it therfrom. Tht? ap..loiir is t be f wnl
ia JeTrmj' Taylor's - Liberty of rroph-rving.
who qiuta it " frrn the? Jws Hrok..?, From
thence it i. tricrd to a transUt'.on from Il.-brt-w
n Latin in 160, by fleo. f;.'iitiut. who carrier it
back to riauili. the Persian poet, who xiy the
tcury was told him.
fmthrr A braKaa at t rrnt il?
In Ibe ofn dmr of bi sprvlinir tfnt.
It bra h. ma axnl lrrU-T be !:- I.
Tti Mi l puaainK a oo -ariy LeriL
"Hmj, root tf.er, frierwl. thi
TT Hrre Uthe thy wery
, the rammer d j nigh ilna.
! thy wery f et al 1 rrtyet
And rs the mornina, ere Ibe riuig uo,
Kcfreah'J, DaagM shall 'by nrly rwl opK."
Xy," '! the troer. 'm-ath lh ireailin tree.
In (oumy hle my ulrumt exicb I'll luaka
I pray thee," ur.d Uie Fallter, turu with nie.
My tkeltrr and my buu!i.- fre ixta'-ie.
Saatroor persuailol, then at length the maa
CaajeniiD. turn'.!, aixl at him rf-n a Kest,
Aikl wi the cheerful er'ninjf me.tl ht-o,
Tj which, at voce, aci grace, biinseif aililmt.
Oouike the Father Why dost not thoo
riesa Uim ohnae mighty hand made heav'n and earth f
Hi aodeered b bty feed thee now.
Bia kindnesa haa aastaiuol li :r. m thy birtb !
I worship D'4,' the bkI crffr .-!.!,
'or do I care t hrt-d the ilrA thna know'nt ;
lie wbom I at-rre, these skillful haiul hare mide,
And in aiy tent be e'er abides, my boast."
Tb- o im.kws srretch ! tfie aealous Father cried,
fc So beri uc with me sball ahelu-r know !"
Aad lorth into the olht anl desert wide.
Be thrust the stranger with an angry blow.
At the still midnig' t bour, in solemn strain,
A Tuiee from llear'n waa beard within Ums tent :
" Itbere la the man, benighted o'er the plain,
That b thy charily this ere was lent f "
"Thy worship. Lord, be did with scoru deny.
Ami to the wilderness 1 drove him out.
For to my humble board shall ne'er tune nifrh
Wbo dares my tfvid to scorn, or dares to uoubt."
" These hundred years," the Ilear'nly voice replied,
Hare I. in piaience, bis rebellion borne.
Fetl, Dri4Vd b.m, anl every wai t supplied ;
And yet thy sinful seal stay'd not till morn !
Let aoc O Lord !" the bumbled Father pleads
"Thy riishteooa wrath my ruilty sool destroy;
La, I have ainn'd in prMe and aury denla.
BehoU me contrite ami rctire thy j y.n
Sow throofch the maxy iLlrroesa in baste
lie seeks the stranger, witb an anxious breast.
An! fcond at lenrth, the Father, bw alas'J,
i.s narloo era res, then k-ads him back to rest.
la the irey mornior, with a Messing sent.
The aged trV'r aoaght hi homeward maul.
o4 lor cne toxin sun bs visit arut.
Abraham evrr bumMy ttuuk'd bia Qod .
u. L. e.
IVcsV Year' Hay in llilo.
Jam-art 1, 1867.
31 a. Editor : I drank a cup of coles at 4
o'clock thw morning, and from a plea -ant look
out on an eastern hill watched for the firct ap
pearance of llilo on this interesting occasion."
There had been sounds of revelry bj night Cd
dJea, flu ten and fire cracker, in the nether di-
tance but now no round disturled the dark
Hess save the occasional note of a night-owl, or j
the rustle of leaves stirred by the oxd land breeze
from the ice-capped summits of Maunakea. Two
or three dim lights in the direction of the town J
Here all that gave evidence of the dreamers and
their habitations, but the sky was full of stars.
as when Lorenzo sat on the bank with Jessica.
I turned now and then to look for the bright
particular herald of the morning, and presently
be rose and shone, steadfast and true in the far
least, and I knew that the night was nearly over.
iThen came the early streaks of dawn over Puna
J outlines of dark trees and a shadowy far-off
p'ain, with dim and wierd indications of a dis
tant sea then a faint stir, a strange, uncertain
ound importing life (Hilo's first yawn, I sup
pose.) Then a very certain noise a burst of
re-crackers poped precociously off to the
tune of Happy New Year," by some impatient
hopeful whose bosom's lord sat lightly on its
throne," and win troubles are all yet to
come." Then another change in the eat-t from
jld gray to golden pearl, from golden pearl to
S-wning red ; then the visible fiery breath shoot-
rtfiHVjfurth and upwards from the nostrils of the
jiorsesof the sun, and then the eun himself, not
tearing and dazzling white, but barred across
ith velvet bands, and robed and veiled in golden
fttiet. Then I turned and looked at llilo, and it
pas worth looking at. The longer I considered
pi the better I liked it. Nobody can deny that
jrIsavery pretty place (when you get there.)
af And there is so much : ' look at, lor by Ililo 1
acan Hiio and its accessories, and at this hour.
" 7 this light and from this point of view, it may
ff.l.:!..!... -i. . r ii I K;i
wiiucu ua a cluster oi cuiviaiun mhv.
f jtnts, set with the " Kohinoor " on one side
:Tnd th Autocrat " on the other, with opals
nd pearls, sapphircsand amethysts, scattered at
ffirjd..ta round the setting.
Here on the left is Maunakea, the Autocrat,
e Kn.J : , , , - : . i. . v. n
pta purjiie ana rea, ana annointeu " mc
f:nce of all the seasons fresh dLtiIIed from Par-
-5. N'olxxly can exaggerate the beauty of this
Vaountain as seen by sunrise and on a morning ,
bbl ABT aL 1 m a W '
pU iui mia. Ana dlDooj can aesonoe ii. rr
ST' ne m'nale s onicthin)5 else the
I ' '-a a. v V IIOUJVIWU J A IUOIIII twos. V J
grand outline stands unchangeable, a rampart
lirtK. C 1 1 .1 . e . t
r i 'J " me elites oi me woriu.
Ud ray right are cocoa palms and breadfruit
f loTwroundinz Bvron's Bav. and that is
'as Koh-i noor. a " tea of light," prismed hy
jfr l"e Riding clouds and glittering air until the
ra.nbow in comparison is a faded rag. And
rWaJ yonder, towards the Onomea hills, you
pay see smoke from plantation chimneys, bafk-
; lng ia the rich sunshine, undetermined for an
' hoaT w which way to go ; whitewashed cot
J3tag9, school-houses and the like, brilliant as
is K,aa I wide sweeps ol tufted cane, and wider
weps of the greenest (and most abominable)
Paw ; all along the rouzh coast cliff or rali.
if Iwd it reachp vnmin. it r tt
j r,u'i " "
pint, I don't know how many, thousand miles
(not always) Pacific Ocean. You may see
rivers flow into the sea in this section of
9 country." WaterfalL, like silvered threads.
like riMtomiJike tiilUrd of salt, like distant shi, '
like whit-olad rwutineio on duty all exhibiting
mich a rwil't wsu-tc ,f water u must have dis- ;
RusK.il your SijiK.-rint--nuVnt of Water Work.-.
Mr. Pr' ii Jerg.ibt. when lie whs hre the other
day, if ic don't aWJutdv make him jealjud.
In Cue, t'.ie cuntry round IIil, id well wooded
j and there is a nml to , at least it pM by t!i
i name. We can't see it from litre, and it's iu
us well we can't. If only on that road' account.
I wouldn't le the Minister of the Interior, and
have a conscience, for double hU pay; olherwitie
I woul.ln t be hut deputy at any price. But
hear that His Energetic Excellency has got over
the difSculty by Hopping u work thercuon.
A very wise idea. In a year or two we way dia-
cover how dt;ep mud em he, and how long rot -
ten Lrid may last. " Experieniia docct."
I don't like to see or sneak of disairreeaMe
thingi. Ililo is a pretty place, and owns fine
weather traditions to the contrary notwith
standing. It is a place where people might be
happy. Why did Mi8 Ada Clare call it Mel
ancholy little Ililo?" Did fhe only see the jail
and burial ground. Melancholy enough, no
doubt, but the first is surrounded with green
kalo patches, and in the other you may count
from a dozen to a score of horses and cattle which
have pulled down the memento iuori's and made
of it an ordinary common. Did she only Bee the
two tall antagonistic churches? They are an
ornament to the town at any rate, and, at this
distance, I hear little or nothing of the jarring
and discord, if such there be. Mists Clare called
the Crater of Kilauea a nasty black hole."
It don't much matter what she calls things.
With colors happily disposed, contrasts in per
fect harmony, lines of beauty everywhere, and
imputable roads and shaky bridges and now and
then a t-hower or an eruption to talk about, a
choice of churches on Sunday and fresh fish and
beef at least twiee a week, a leer occasionally
(for the appropriation) and two judges and a
sheriff to keep us in order, how can Ililo be mel
I taid just now that people ought to be happy
here, and that's just what they are trying to be
to-day. It threatened rain soon after sunrise,
but didn't do it. as it so seldom does rain here.
It turned out fine, us it ought to, for children
were to le the heroes, and Sahliath school chil
dren at that. And all were dressed in their Sun
d iys hot, to astciiihld by programme at Mr.
Court's church, to inarch thence to the tounds of
soft imiMC hither and thither and back again.
j and thence along the " curved beach " to Mo
j kuola, alias Cocoanut Island. And they did it
i they and their seniors guides, philosophers
and frknds, and with banners flying and fifes
j playing, singing sweetly singing, so they were
they lltirrah'd for Jubilee, and Marched
Through Georgia, taking John Brown along
with them, and some outsiders who were not in
vited did the looking on creditably. It was a
very pretty proceioii and a very pretty sight.
The uiumc was good, the songs were sweetly sung,
with a vim ; the flags were tasteful ; the children
looked eager, earnest and happy, and the old
f .Iks seemed jolly and looked all rot-y with ben
evolence. At Mokuola they feasted on all sorts of good
things, and returned in boats and canoes to town,
meeting again in the evening at the church, and,
-.t i -
Wllil more eingiu) biiu uiueit;, iutoi ino uaj a
jierformances. The songs were chiefly patriotic
Bed, Whire and Blue all over. For you must
know that all llilo children are strictly Union..
What they comprehend by that term is another
matter. They are Hawaiian?, and taking Union
to mean Loyalty, I liop that they will under
stand it bo, and always fight their battles out on
that line. But you wouldn't believe, Mr. Editor,
where all there children come from! Some of
'cm must be twins, and then the babies left at
borne. 1 hope the truth will appear in the cen
sus. It is now night again, and from my quiet sta
tion I hear nothing save the chirping of crickets
and a faint monotone of the waves breaking on
the beach. The New Year has been fairly in
stalled, and the old one, who went to bis grave
last night, is beginning to be forgotten already.
Sic! Tempus Fcgit.
The yachts Henrietta, Vetla and Fleetwing, en
tered for the ocean raue, have taken Cu-tom bouse
clearances for Eoftlaod, and slarteii December 11.
from Sand Ibx-k, for the Isle of Wight. All the
preliminaries have been arrange 1 between Bennett.
LorilUrd and Osgood, and the stakes. S30.000, have
beeo deposited with Leonard W. Jerome.
The correspondence in the case of Surratt is ohi
minou". It traces the prisoner to Montreal. Quebec.
Liverpool. Ivomo and Alexandria. Surratt s tiled
tbat the first plan was to abduct Lincoln. He con
sented, hot Booth, wbo wrote to join him, changed
the plans. Sarratt. on the way to do So from Chua
d, t St. Albans heard of the assassination. While
at Rome, Surratt acknowledged his participation,
and declared Jeff. Davis privy to the crime. The in
furmunt in the en was formerly a schoolm tster in
Maryiand, and desires his name not to be knowo, as
it would endaoger bis life.
A magni6eent banquet was given to Cyrus W.
Field receotly by the Chamber ot Commerce at the
Metrooolitao Hotel. Field replied to congratulations
by saying that both cables work well, but the old
one better than tne new one. wnicn latter is. uow
ever, improving. He said the cable could now be
worked with a battery composed of gun caps and a
piece of line excited by a drop of water. He pro
mised the tariff would again be reduced one half in
a (ew month., and be wouM not be content until
messages should reach New York from Loadou in
An Amebic Statio ij the Meditf.rbanf.an-.
Xbe St. I'etersburgh Gazette, rpeakiog of the de
sire of the United Mates Uovernment to secure a
naval station in the Mediterranean Sea, says : The
nearer the time approaches for the dissolution of the
Turkish Empire, the more do oar interests demand
tbat tbat part of that empire should revert to tbe
United States When the latter possesses a natal sta
tion in tbe Mediterranean, the American flag will be
able to prent the fleets of Western Europe miking
a forcible entry into the Black Sea. while our Baltic
fleet will protect American interests in tbe north of
A Coxobmsjias's Pobtbait. A portrait of the
new M. C. Hon. John Morrissey. of New York, be
longing to Supervisor Titcomb. was on exhibition at
Haney's. on Front street, yesterday. Accordiog to
tbe foot-notes of bis portrait, tbe Congressman was
born in 1831. is six feet high, weighs one hundred
and seventy pounds, and bis performance have been
as follows: Beat Thompson. August 21, 1832. in
eleven rounds, for S2.0O0; beat Yaukee Sullivan,
October 12. 1S53. in thirty seveo round, for $1,000;
beat John C. Heenao, October 20, 1868. in eleven
rounds, for 2.600; beat Horace Greeiey, November
6, in two round', for go.000 a year and a Congress
man's perquisites S. F. Call.
A. F. Jl Dt),
ItfornfT and 4 u'lii-rlior at La'.i,
of lorl au-i M-rchi,t Mmn.
! AI.K.V. J. C.AKTWBluiiT,
, !0,I'I' Merchant ud Gene ral Shlppius 'trent,
' IIoolnlti. Uahtt. ly
JAMOV. CRKEX i CO..
Imp-jrW and rnmml-loii Merrliaot--,
la I lie Fire Proof HtiiMiaa. Uurru Strrrl.
i C. FKKIVK PFLl'GCK.
I laier In Staple and tanr; Dry t.ouds, .lien's Cloth
I s7 "
lus, Cot 'd Shiirs. aud Yankee olion.
n r ort Slrrrt. ui-nrlr ouioil Mruri.
vonll ilt li II u. k. ly
) . c. a'ctiMUf.
; Mr . M)l,ls Jt CO..
j ut"rrs ,n t-rorern's, bread aud General Merchandise,.
Comer of Fort and A'i ttreett
AFONG At .ACIirCK.
Importers. V liuiesile and Ketail Dealers in General
jierrhuudi-4 and thinee Goods.
I- irr-prooT Storr, Xuaaui
Cnd'r the I'll I. lie I lull.
GEORGE G. HOWE.
Dealer In Redwood. ort!inet Lumber, Shingles, I
Doors Sash, Blinds, .ails Paints, fce. j
At hit Oil Stand, Fort ttrtet.un the Etplaua-ie.
Dealer in (.mend Merrnumllse,
H1LO, Hawaii Shipj supplied with recruits nt the shortest
notice, on reasonable t.-rm. Bills ol exchange wanted.
ED. HOFFSCH JAEGER Jt CO.,
Importers and ConimisIou Men hauls,
Corner of Fort and Mrrrhnul Siierla.
E. I. A DAMS,
Ship Chandler and Dealer In General Merchandise.
I'M Im i n ii. Mnui.
Iriah and Sweet Potatoes, with other lecraits, constantly on
hand anil for sale at low rales. 640 Cm
KOI.L.ES i. CO..
Ship Chandlers and Cominiion Mcrthants,
Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale ol Hawaiian
Uefers by pi-rmission to
B. F. fnow Messrs. Walker Allen. & Co.,
Messrs. C. A. Williams ti Co Messrs. C. Urew.-r A Co..
Msrs. Castle fi Cooke., Messrs. II. linrkfeld & Co.,
Messrs. 1. C Waterman.... Messrs. C. L. Richards & Co.
cuisn h..os. thing sukoxo
C1IUXG IIOOX Jt CO.
Commlion Merchants and General Aleuts,
Agents for tin? Paukaa arid Amauu'.u Sutrar Plantations Im
porters of Tern and other Chinese an 1 Foreign UooJs
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
Iu X'csr Slsnr Store. Vuunuu St., below Kinif.
A. S. C LEGHORN,
i Dealer la General .Hon handle, l ire-proof Store,
Corner hnnhaiiinna nral (niru S I
'il.-"ile Mak-e's Itliak.)
Ais. IwtAil establinhnieut on NuiMiiQ street, above King.
1 T Island lroluc bought and sold. ikiJviicn n,iruiiy
attended to 647 ly
Planters aud General Store keepers,
Kcopaka. North K ina, Hawaii, near Kealr.keakua Bay. Island
Prnluce laaseht. frhips supplied with Wood, Beef and
Agent at Honolulu, A. 8. CLKUHoRN. Silly
THE XEWSI'AFER Kl'OKOA,
Published Weekly la the Hawaiian Lanirnage.
It has the largest circulation in the group, and is rea l both
by Hawaitaiis and Foreigners. Price $J a year in ad
vance. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charise. OGi-e in i?outb
607 corner of ai!or's I lotne. ly
M. S. GRIXUACM 4c CO..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable
Clothing, Hats, taps. Coots and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Alilrich,
613 Makrr' It I nek. Queen it. ly
MELCIIERS is CO.
Importers aud CorumNsloa Merchants,
Agent for the H aam hom-I!: Fihe Ixsraasc Co.
KIWIKt Sl'RAR l'LA!TATI09,
ToBKT tfl'UAB Plastatios.
Ocstav C. MsLCBCnS.
J. D. Wickr, F
II. V. LCDIXGTOX,
ICCCtllOl TO F. a. PRATT ft CO.)
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in Wines, Spirits,
and Malt Liqnors,
Charlton XVhirf, Honolulu.
GEO. II. BURGESS,
. PORTRUT AVI) LANDSCAPE PAI.VTER,
Studio, Richard Street, near Berttania.
Specimens, .xecuted by the above Artist, of the most fashion
able style of P i traiture, may be seen at the Gallery of
('has. Burgess. Orders re-.-cied at the
Artist's Mudio, Richard street, or at
tbe Pl.ntogniph Ualh ry, nei.r
648 the Post Olfiee. 6m
Ship Chandler, Dealer lu Oneral Men handise, lland
Prodnrr, a,e.. and Commission Merchant.
Byron'a Bur. llilo. S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description or fromls required by ships and others.
The highest riee ifiveu br Island Produce.
TT Money advanced for ililU of Exchangee at reasonable rates.
CBAS. B. BISHOP. W. C. RALSTOS.
1IISHOI1 c. CO.. Bnnkrra,
Offire, In the eat roruer of Makee's L'lork,
Kiahutnanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchani: on
Tbe Bank of Califor - - San Francisco.
Messrs Ohisskll. .Mi ft Co., New York.
Lkss Wai.lkr, - - New Yi-rit,
Hksrt A. Prirck, Co., - Boston.
Tkrmoxt National Bank. Ho4tn. Mass.
Ohikstal Bask Cohporatios. London.
Will receive deposits, llscounl first-class business paper, and
attend to collect ins. etc. 531 ly
D. X. FL1TXEK,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and star
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention itivento
fine watch rejiiirinp. Sextant and quidratit
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
631 band and for sale. ly
D C. WATERMAN A. CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests ol the Wh;il:n Fleet by
the furnishing of fuuds, purcliase and Sisie of Exctinnre, Oil,
L'one, Uenerai Mervhiuidis, and the procuring of i'reight
Messrs. Isasc Il'Wiuii, Jr., i Co., New Bedford
IV. O. E. Popk, Esq.. do.
Moiojas. Sto.nk Jc I n, San Francisco.
J. C. Mkrbill ft Co. ilo ful-ly
ALLEX ii COX WAY,
Will mnlinae the Oeneqtl Merchandise and Shippine business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish
the justly Celebrated Kawa.hae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at ih
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
3T iro "ctr o o rl ou TI" a. n cl .
a sax as escK. a. a. r. cakths. i. baktlitt
C. BREWER Ai CO.
f ommlsion and Shipping .Merchants,
Hoisolalw. Oithu, II. I.
A. EN TS
Of Use Ronton and Honolulu Parkrl LI nr.
For the Maker, Wail ukuJL. liana Plnnlnlisua
For tbe Parchaseaud Salr.f I .la nd Produce.
Jobs M. Hood, Esq New Tork.
Cbas. Baawxa, ft Co. I
JisuIinistviLi., Esq. Bostoa.
J. C. Mbrrill ft Co. )
R. B. Swais ft Co. S aan FrSDCisco.
Cbas. Wolcott Bionn Esq. Hi ly
Sftle Itooin obi (liiff Sii,i. otic door from
bU K:iJthtiinanu nrr-t. ly
II. V. SKVEKAlCK.
lartiuueer ar.J (nnuuisMO! Merrhant,
FIRK I'KOOK f TORT,
la flobiisaoii'w IIuiMin. lrr Street. j
W'll continue business at the ew stand. 530-ly
riijsician, Snrgeon and Aromhear.
Fort St, np.iite C. K. William Furt;itur Wardrooms. 633 ly
E. IIOFF.M . X -V. M . I.
Phjsiri in aud Sur;fn,
Makee's PbieU, corker Uuecn and Kaahuit) nu sts. 531 ly
DR. J. MOTT SMTH.
Office corner of Fort and Hotel treetr. 612 ly
A. C. ItlFFCM. .1. D..
Puisifian and Suryon,
OfBce and Residence, Alilrich H.jus'-. Firlstreet. 821 ly
W. II. KICHARfS.
Corner of Fnrt aad M-rc! ant str-ets,iIonclulu.
joiix ii. iwn'.
OOire at the Hank of Pshop & Co.
Ilonolula, II. I.
JOIIX TIIOS. WATEUIIOCSE.
Importer and Dealer id Gturml jltrtliandise,
ffA Qat-i-n Sirtvt, IIjtio'.iIh. 6in
W. X. LADI).
Importer anil Del?rin Hardwire, futlery, Mechanics'
TojIs, aud Arrlnilturil i.npleiuents,
531 Fort Si reet. ly
C. I.. RICHARDS t CO..
Ship Chiusdlprs and Coiumlsiiti Mercliauts, and
Dealers In General irhanIie,
Keep constantly on haixl a full assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merhant vessels.
Dealer la Wines, Spirit?, Ale and Porter.
637 Honolulu. ly
II. II A C K F K 1. 1 4. C O.,
General Conimission Agents,
C. B. LEWKK8. J. O. DICKSOS.
Dealers in Lumber and It n t I.ll'iir Msferlals,
531 Fori Striri. ly
H. VOM HOLT.
TH. C. Ukl'CS.
General Commission MeH-hants,
Fort Si reel.
15. F. KIILKRS,
Dealer in Dry Gmnls, Sits, &,r.,
521 Fort Si rret.
E. o: II ALL & SO X.
Importers and Dealers in Hardware. Dry Goods,
Paint, Oils, and Ofnrr'i Mrrchamit"'-
Sil i'.-m.r V. -'H Kllljr MS. ly
rBMiEi xDEusiGXEii will coxTixcE
the business hille-rto carried rin by the firm known as
Cbutiir lloon & Co., and settle all luUtaiidini; accounts due by
)heol,lnrtn. , CHUNG IIOON.
jiouoiuiu. .ot. j, i-'-.o. otv otn
the signatures of both the undersiirned.
Si. A. LOLLKR,
Honolulu, Aug. 25, 1866."
VOLCANO HOUSE !
Cxatei. of Kilanea !
THIS EST A II LIS II M EXT IS Now
open for the receptim of ijlit
Visitors to the Volcano !
Who way rely on Hiding
COMFORTABLE ROOMS, 1 GOOD TABLE
AND PilOMlT ATTENDANCE.
Eiprrieored Gaidrn lor the Crater always in
Steam and Sulphur Itnths.
Horses Stalled and Graiied if desired.
i changes reasonable.
Parties visiting; the Volcano via Ilio can procure animals
warranted to make the journey, by applying to I). II. Hitch
cock, Ksqr., Ililo.
611 ly J. L. tICIIARDSON ft Co.
CARTES dr VISITE: LARGER PHOTO
ftraphs; Copying and EuarKinv;
Retouching done In the lt nianaer, and on the most
Also for sale. Photographs of the C-rtlrra Kilniien and
lliilrnliala, and other Island Scena; the K1N0S KAMK
11 AM Ell A, f.r., Ac.
At the Gallery on Fo t Street.
II. L. CHASE.
P. S flavins purchased the Pnrtnit Neeatives from Mr.
Weed, duplicate copies can la? had y those persons wishing
for the saine 550 2m 11. L. C.
Just Received and For Sale,
JjrTHE CXDERSIGXKD, AX INVOICE
Wool Delaines, Black Lustres, Black Velvet,
tancij Flannel Shirts,
Grey Wool SLrt.t.
Fr sale low to close consignment.
! 64S 2m
B. F. SNOW.
Vap of tlie Saiad-
rMIE OXLY roRREt T MAP OF THESE
1 l-lamls is that of the L S. Kxpnring Exedition, pub
lished by the American Oovernment. Every farmer who owns
an acre of ground, every enptain who connnands a coaster, ev
ery traveler wbo wants to find convct lames and distances, and
every irentleman who desires to be putcd up about the group
should psess a copy of it,
A f?w copies left, price eae
For sah at the BOOKSTORE.
DIARIES FOX 1867.
J I ST RECEIVED AXD FOR SALE
Pocket, Cap, Quarto and Narrow Diaries,
XT Persons wishing their names enhossed on their Diaries,
will be served at sh'rt notice.
XT Orders fiom the country proturi'y attended to.
ALMANACS FOR Io7, 2i CEXTS EACH.
550 lm II. M. WHITNEY.
Lossing's Pictorial History of the
Great Civil War.
nil E MOST IMPARTIAL AXD Anthralic
HISTORY OF THE KKHKI.LI . yet undertaken, aud
I wni oe tne Mamnn ti;story ror r.ny rears to come.
I To be completed in Three Hanisone Octave Volumes of more
than COO pages each. Illustrated with over 2,000 Splendid and
! Truthful Engravititfs on Meel and Wend.
f'OLL'ME 1 IS XOr READY.
! Anecdotes, Poetry, and Incidents of the
! War, North ani South! j
1 BY FRANK MOoUE. EDITOR OF TEE REPEUJOX RECORD, j
! With Elegant Cabinet-sire Steel Plate Portraits of all the I
. leading Oenera's. Contains, in 600 pases, double-column, more
j than 6.000 well-told Stones of Ad'eclure, Humor, Heroism,
Anecdotes. Details rf Great Bailies, Irison Songs and LnddenU,
i Jukes, Faceciu and Ballads.
! SOLD OXLY BY SUBSCRIPTION.
Address II. M. WHITNEY,
Agent frr the Hawaiian Islands.
Ajtncy of the JFim,"tr'j-l!ifr)en Fire lns'.iranre Co
i ' 11. .o. lulu, January 1st, 1667.
ilHK rxnE15ICXEI) AKEXTS OF THE
I nt,i Compaii)', Live wUf tt at they are nj authorixed
. to tate
j RISKS AGAINST F IRE!
In ar 1 about Huiiolulu at
I Tv g d ii c e d Premiums.
The Aeency of the axive Company, having been estalil Iled
i I this place for ten years is kuoau to insure on the most fa
5M2in MKLCnERS i Co., agent s.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
National Insurance Company,
Of JSitik lTVititc'Iise'o,
Office, Xo. 40S Montgomery Street, near California.
l AltIXE I X S I' R A X C E upon Hull.Cr-
I'fi goes. Treasure, Commissions. Profits, anil oilier subjects
of Marine Insurance, to and from all ports in the world, inland
.MABIXK RISKS on Cr.ssters. Also, on Freight, Cargo, &c ,
to and from all inter-i-l 1 .rts insured ai'iiinsl.
FIIIK IXSLliAXClCuiH,n Uuililinv'S, Merchandise, Furniture.
Rents, Vessels in fort and their Cargoes, and other I nsurahle
CAPITAL, (PAID IP) DM M1LLI0. DOLLARS.
Losses promptly adjnsted aad paid in 1'nited States
WILLIAM PIEHCK, President.
I. W. C. THOMPSON, Vice-President.
W. XV. WlfiOIXS, Secretary,
AMOS X0YES, Marine Officer,
j Executive Committee :
I ALBERT rillltLKK. Chairman. JOS. A. POXOTIOK. K. O.
SXEATH. JOIIX O. ISIl AY. A UK AM BLOCK.
A. IS. Purliculur uttention to Fire. I,surun;e on
ItorrUhtijs, Cloirches. Furuiture, tf'c.
C. UREWER & Co.. Ajreitla.
660 Cm Honolulu.
CALIFOENLA IKSURAUCE COMPANY.
r-JlHE I'XDERSIGX'ED HAVE BEEN AU-
M tliorized to issue
F I K E POLICIES!
Stores, Dwelling Houses, Furniture and
Goods in Stores,
7.V HONOLULU AND VIC1X1TY.
Losses adjusted and paid here by us in U. S. gold coin.
For rates of Premiums and particulars apply to
640 nm H. UACKFKLD & Co., agents.
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE COMFY
! rpiIE ITXDERSIGXED. AGEXTS FOR THE
5 nhove Company, nave recently received instructions to re
I dure the Kate of Premium on Stone and ltrick Buildings and on
j Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies on more fuv.'rahle ferins than heretofore.
Kisks taken on Uuildintrs Marhmery. &c. on Mijrar I'lanta
ti.ow. JANIOX, GIlttN ir Co.,
i BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
; nill E ' CXDERSIGXED HAVIXG BEEN
I apMiinted ugents for the San Francisco Board of Coder-
I writers. renresentini;
The California Insurance Company,
, The Merchants Mutual Marine Insurance,
The Pacific Insurance Company,
t The C'ltliforniii Lloyds, and
; The Home Mutual I usurnncc Company.
I lie leuve to inform Mssters of Veseels and the public rener-
ally that all Ii es su-!'.ined on V ESSE 1.3 and CARGOES,
insured l y eiiher of the above Companies ngaiust perils of tne
s -as and other ri.-ks, at or near the i-andwicU Islands, will hare
to lie verified by them.
645-3m II. IIACKFELD ft Co.
31 EK CHANTS 3IITTITAIs
MARINE INSURANCE C0HPANY.
Ot Tra ne;isso.
riMIE CXDERSIGXED HAVIXG BEEN
1 npiiointed agents for the ahove Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE 1XSCRAXCE POLICIES OX
CARGOES, FREIGHT nod 1REASCRE.
537-ly WALKER, ALLEN ft CO.
THE RRITISII AND FOREIGN
M RLE INSIKAXCE COMPANY,
CAFITAL, ONE MILLION STERLING.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
oj!vaTiorJ, GrriEEre ets Co.
N. B. This Company takes rifks on goods only and not on
vessels. 63d 6m
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY!
SAX FRAXCISCO. CA LA.
Capital Stock, TZ - - $750,000.
CALEB T. FAY
CHAS. D. HAVEN
FllII E CXDERSIGXED have brrn nppointrtl
JL agents for the above Company and are prepared to insure
CARGOES. FRIEGHT AXD TREASURE.
For rates of premium, apply to
633-6m WALKER, ALLEN ft Co., Agents.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
ntUE CXDERSIGXED. Agents of the above Com
Jl pany, are prepared to insure risks against Ere ia and
about Honolulu. For particulars apply at the office.
M ELCHERS ft CO.
Honolulu Oct. 11.1957. 631 -It
J. D. WICKE,
ACENT FOR THE BREMEN IIOAKD OF UNDERWRITERS
VLL AVERAGE CLAIMS AGAINST SAID
Underwriters, occurring in or alwut this Kingdom, will
have to be certified before him. 610-Iy
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
ramiE cndersigned agents of the
Jl above Company, have been authorised to insure risks on
CARGO. FREIGHT and TREASURE.
by COAsTEKS from Honolulu to all porta of the Hawaiian
Group, and vice versa.
6 '4-ly H. HACKFELD A CO.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
flMIE CXDERSIGXED HAVIXG BEEX
M appointed Acents for the above company, beg leave to
nform the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
M A R I X E I X S V R A X C E POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and frora all parts of the
II. HACKFELD ft CO.
Honolulu. April 2 1362. 61?-ly
JONATHAN HUNT Presdent. A. J. RALSTCN, Secretary.
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL STOCK. 75O.00O.
Xo. 43G California Street. San Francisco, Cil.
riMHS COMPANY WILL TAKE MARIXE
Cargo, Commissions and Profits !
In vessels not rating lower than A 2. either in the Foreign
or Inter-Island Trade, on favorable terms and the
umlers.gned are tbe authorized agents cf the Company for
Lua.ru Adjusted and paid here by ia U. S.
For rates cf premium, ire. ftc, apply to
bZ ly BISHOP ft Co., Agents.
fllHE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFTIIE
M Roval Haw&iian Agricultural Society herebv notify the
public that a variety of CHOICE and VALUABLE P' ANT3
raised from seeds lately introduced by Dr. Uillebraud from
China. Java. Ceylon and India, may be purchased from Mr. C.
DERBY, at tlie Theater, Honolulu. 635 6m
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS.
By WILLIAM II. III'DDV, nt I.eleo.
HAVING KKCEIVKII A LA RG E A f KILL
slock of material, is prepared to supplv ho customers
and the publi. . with the bt at Yellow, llrswa oud
While SOAP. ALSO
J-slT A.TV1 OIL KOAP,
In larire or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Snap grease always wanted. 647 ly
Boot niid Shoo 0VI.1jc.ox- ;
SOUTH CORN Kit OF
KIXG AX1) Xl'CAXC STREETS.
Roots mid SIiocn
Made and repaired in a workmanlike manner.
JAS. A. ISlKIUCIi,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Continues the butt nest
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade.
All work done with care, ami orders promptly attended to.
510 Chaboks MoDkaaTK. ly
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
Copper and Tin Smiths, Ornamental Iron
r-VAKE l'LEASIKEIX A X XOl'XCI XG TO
M. the public that they are prepared to film is h all kinds of
Copier Work, consisting in part of STILLS, stkikk riss, noa
cnrn pans, woks, etc., etc.
We would also invite attention to our patterns for oimsin
til mis urn li so, suitable for building or cemetery lots, which
we can furnish at reasonable prices. Also, Right aud Left
Hand Screws for tightening wire fence.
ALL KINDS OF RKFAIKING DOSK WITB KKATXK8S ASD DISFATl'B.
Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop on Kaahumana St., one door above Flitner's. 643 Ora
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Coopor .M.d. Gnugoi I
At the Old Stand, corner of Kiug and Bethel Streets.
A Large Rock of OIL S HOOKS and all
kinds of Cnoperiug MnlrriaU CON
STANTLY O.N HAND, lie boes by attention
to business to merit a continuance i f the pat
ronage which he has hillnrto enjoyed, and for
which he now returns his thanks. 64 1 6m
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
HY W. J. UAWLIXS.
r'ilIE PROPRIETOR OF THE AMOVE
Jl S'orks is preared to sujiply his customers, and the pub
tic in general, with the best quality V ELLOW SOA I.
SOFT SOAH bIwhts on hand.
Thk HinncsT Phick mid for Soap Areas. 642 ly
having taken the building a I
f.t.;nA I ...... u ..t t iLt
temZ2 imilh & Co.. on Hotel Street, offers for sale a
complete assortment of Sl'I'ERIOK. Ft'RXITCRE,
made from KOJ, A' Of, asu othkk F:nc Woods.
Is prepared to manufacture and fill Orders for SiDa Boards,
Ckxtrr Tarlr9. Arm Chairs, Lochoks, Wahdrduks. Sofas,
Ladiks Work Tablks, Koiks, and other articles in his line of
business with promptness and dispatch.
641 ly WM. FISCHER.
j. v. in iii:s,
IMPOHTFIl A- M tM'FAC.
TURER of all kind of Saddlery, Car- CrWjJO
riare Trimming, Mattress making
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
Jy Allonlers promptly attended to
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Ilonolula
G. W. NORTON 6c Co.,
t(K)l'i)i:s AM) (.AVGUKS,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
Honolulu, II. I.
6000 BARRELS NEW AND OLD OIL CASKS.
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE CXDERSIGXED WOCLD RE
SDectfullv inform the public that he is prepared to cast
rf 'J and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reason tlde rates.
X7 All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
H7 Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following,
sizes : I, 2, 1, li, 2 and 2i- Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
53t-ly King street.
W. F ISC' HER,
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, near tha
Drug Store or J. Mott Smith Ir Co. 632-ly
II. I. HAUMKISTKK,
TAILOR Has taken the stand lately occupied by II. Fischer,
on Nuuanu street, where he hi-s the public will favor
him with a share of their patronage. aaO-Cm
Merchant Street, opposite tbe Sailor's Home,
Plain and Ornamental Binding executed at short
631 notice and reasonable terms. Iy
BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. 63 1-1 y
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop on tbe Esplanade, opposite tbe Co art House.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Mannfattorer, Importer and Healer iu Furniture
Of Every Dtsnripthm.
Furniture Ware room on Fort street, opposite R. D. Morgan's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 630-1 y
J. II. WICKE,
ALAKEA STREET BELOW TBE THEATRE.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices.
r. ii. ic fM.si:.i:i,Ki:.A,
Tinsmith find PInmbers,
Nuuunu Street, near the Wh-irf STOVES and LEAD PIPE
always on band. Jobbing or all kinds attended to. 606-ly
ILVV. 'AllAS B.1RKEL FACTORY.
flHE CXDERSIGXED WOCLD Ilraprrt.
fully inform the Planters tbat they are now prepared to
furnish Sujnr hrgs and l .laaNra llarrrli, at
reasonable r;tes. Having improved machinery they are pre
pared to manufacture a suienor article. All work and every
All orders filled with promptness and dispntch.
651 3m J. A. HOPPER Co.
HAVING RECEIVED MT ENTIRE
With all the recent improvements in the art, I wish to in form
the resident of these islands that it is my intention for the
future to follow the
Higher Branches of the Profession only;
Painting and Retouching Photographs made in mv own rooms,
where portraiture will be my constant study. Ppaifs will be
shown to persons silting for negatives (if requested;. Particu
lar attention paid to copying old pictures.
Mr. M. Is now completing arrangements to produce Land
scape, stereoscopic and Microscop'c Pictures of any size.
XT An elegant assortment cf Oval and Rosewood Frames;
Morocco. Jenny Lind and Velvet Cases constantly on hand.
637 3m CUAS. BURGESS, Photographic Artist-
TMIE CXDERSIGXED, AGENTS FOR THE
shipment of Foreign Seamen, hereby give notice tbat they
are in want of an obscure, illiterate and dissipated Editor to
ship and proceed North, with a pair of Reporters of the Bunshy
stamp, to take note of the sights and seines in the Arctic Ocean,
where there will be plenty of slops served out ia lieu of rum.
If we cannot procure tbe above specified men, we will ship
sober seamen to supply the deficiency. This advertisement to
remain in print till the close of the Spring Season.
Apply at the Office of
MARKn AM 4- LEWIS.
Or Q. WILLIAMS,
652 2in Licensed Shipping Agents
Hawaiian Marriage Certificates.
cr s - Ly
I .'I W lili'NLY.
FOR SALE AT THE BOOKSTORE'
HAWAIIAN DICTIONARY !
RICE BOCXD IX CALF, 5
PKICE BOCXD IX 1-8 MOROCCO, te.
Every one should have this book by them fur rvferrnoe.
Siend your orders from the other islands and they will b
promptly attended to.
PiflFlf (031MERfI.ll iDTEKTISEB
Book and -Tol
Is acknowledged to possess the best assortment ol
JOB PRINTING TYPE!
Of any other Office ia tbe Sandwich Islands.
And Is well adapted to the Superior Printing of
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE
PLAIN OR FANCY COLORS.
ON A YANKEE CAKD PRESS.
HOTEL BILLS OF FARE.
LA W BLANKS,
ON A RUGGLES PRESS.
BOOKS and PAMPHLETS,
Sec, &e., tfC.
On an Adams Power Press, in the best style.
And at barely living Prices.
NOW ON HAND, A STOCK OF
CARDS and SHEET CARDS, of all kinds
and sizes, suitable for
BrSIXESS, WEDVI.VC, VISITI.VG, ete., etc.
X2T Having long enjoyed the confidence and pat
ronage of the publio, In oar business transactions, we
take the opportunity to return oar heart-felt thanks
for past favors, and respectfully ask a continuance of
HENRY M. WHITNEY.