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God. Canal at" Mr a.
W ho -hail j' a In in from manners ?
Vli- U-tIl kuw linn l.v hi Jrti ?
P.turi may be fit f.r riiwr4,
I'rmtm fit t.r ixmultiin
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Mt Iw-i'i.th'.- th.' C'.M. ii ..re
f l Ih'lil arxl f K 1 1
?.Uin rl4 rijult ili uo uinrc.
Th rr are i-ririi i.f rrjMl nvrfar
Thr- arr furil: IuiIm aimI f ll-n
IliiMi-n, crUAlMflvail ovtrrnmn;
nlv ttirfUiic t MniiU, nut Jrt-
1 atfl iri-r ihi ainl m-,
Whili- b- jin. lbrm- bihl
II il a j liMin in tfr
M hi. ntril aN-w hi f lliw,
'it l-icC'-t b. thru;
?l i-f'-r-, rI-rT W-r-N, riii-iiili-r
T)mI )'4r taari hnN are uicn;
M n ly Ulxur, nw u l) fulini.
M--u b llHMit. a:al bu l Ciih,
fit a ui4i rnMii!$
Tli-nr arr f -M-,ilriiilmI wim;
Tin f arr Utile rtl--Lul rill;
Tli r" arr f ' l.l.-, inrli-h'ih -I'lin-r-;
'I b'-r r? ril ir4 iri th- hilUy
fiMiv mh-rnttnt4 by audi, tt talitfnv
Iivp ami -fijje ou awl nv;
I ! liirft all 4itt tli.liiHlua
Are aa jU,t.-? In lh- -
T'.iliius Ituul altr are buti! r
Of a ntuit'i Wt-alth or (mut;
Tilil Luiii-M u t-ii'iirlv
fell aw! CiII li on th mdk;
f!v Ihr nf ( otln rV U t- JU,
l.iiiu; nly tr fy !;
While lli- in.m -ulnff"l fretilu
Vainly Ll'tril U lt !-.
Tinth aiul jnitio are et riial,
liiiro witti l ivi 1iih- ami Iil'IiI,
S. rrvt xertxif WM ner in.T
WluW lli'-r' i a auituy riht;
:!, allow v.orU!-l-t-aril vi4 e ia auiKiiitt
IbiumlU-M to ym ami nw,
ink opi-r'-'-ii-fl, with ill lilk-s,
A tin- i.UWn in the . SeltrltJ.
Scraps or Whuum. Dutjr U ourselves U the les
son Iet-t atten li.il to.
Di--HT-ti'iu iu ixvh is greater aal Wtter thuu
He la mt mur wlio h.ith little, )ut Le tbat desirelh
Thouylits wfiffl.el in silence are mo likely t-
develop into wiwloiiu
In cliiMiiuuil le iwi-ltf!t, in jnuth teuiperate, in
iuttnhjuI ju.t. in 41 age ruleiit.
It i-t nt tin; fiiliere in uliicli we move, lut tlic
sjiii-it whielurMjvw uh, th.'tt nuikrt lilevul.tr or hen.ie.
Keep iloin-r, alwnvs dnin.. H'L-liilijr, lreaiiiii;;r,
inteU'liiiir. liiurnturiiir, taliwin, Mhiiiir, and rtphi
iuir, are i-lle an 1 prolitless eiupl-jjriueitta.
Lotjkin? to othew f.r our stan.Lir.l f liitppinre it
the sure way to lc mi.--er:i?le. Our liMinen ia with
our own Iil-.u t.-t an.I witlt our own uiolives.
If e-ioli parly in a U:trr'l would condesef-n I to
think himself in the wroinr, a Tery few minutes
would amiouMy .ettU th? whole dilTei-enee.
IVuple win brixj-l over their s-rr-w- are nsual'y
eucee.--fiil in hate iin a numerous fnaily; aid the
who 44 nurec their rue to keep it w:tnit,' are sure of
a croiufort alle teiu;enture of indignation.
One of the iiKe-t important t'einnle f nihilities is sweet
liee of temper. Heaten "lid not give to women iii
iruiatiin and persu:t-"iin in order to In- imperious; it
lid not give them a -weet voice to be cmployel iu
cold iu jr.
The tweetet worl in our lanpiinjre i love. The
CTt":ttit wonl in our Ltnjirifrc is tio-l. The wonl es
pres.in the shortest time is now. The three make
the greatest and the sweetest duty man can jierfonn.
A Sunday School te:teher, deploring the lnek of
attendant upon his niini.-tritiony, nppealel to the
few pres nt 44 What can I do," said he, 44 to get
the boys and girls here?" 44 I know," said one of
the ar'hins. 44 What Ls it?" 44 Give Vm all five
One t,f our exrhanges thinks Mexico would l
l.-tter tl" il Naiiol.:iti ami Reward were both in
r.ira.Fs'. To this ar.ther replies: Ve.s, but
how would the ci'.L-etis of I'aradise like it?"'
A man aiIverti----.l latety to furwarj, on receij-t
tf jit.it :,iijs -snind j'ractical adviee, that
'would be applicable at any tiun and to aP. peiifis
and condition of lir." i n receipt of the Htarnps
h- wul his vielitn th- following: " Xevel give a
b iy a penny to wa'ch y-.iir hadow while you
cliiub a iree'to Iim.K. into ih? middle of next week."
Frlsii Air. ive yir children plenty of fresh
air. Let tliern simtf it until it sn-nds the rosy cur
rent of life dincing joyfully to their temple. Air
Ls st cheap and g!, and o iie-esiry withal, that
fvery chill jdiotil 1 hive frve acct-.- to it. Ilonce
M inn beautifully .y " T put vhiMren on a short
allowance of fre-li nir is liolisli as it would have
teen f.r No-tii. daring the d-ltige to have put his
family on a -Iiort allowance or water."
WmrfcvrR Yor !. ik it Wh.lin;lt. A l.y
thit is whippel to s-diixd never learns his lessons
well. A man that 19 cotnpclle-l to work cares not
how, badly it is s-rf..rme,. lie that pulls oil his
oat cheiTtu'ly, snips up hi.s shwes iu earnest and
k'uis while he works, Ls the man for any lo.Jy's
44 A c h--rfnl !irit t-U on quick ;
A KruiiiliU-r m il.-: niu.l will :i k.
The Scripti rks. To rej.vt the g -s-pel because
bad men js-rvert it, and weak men deform ic and
iiarrvl about if, and bigoted men look s-jiir on others
and curs- them Uvnusc they do not agree in every
tittle among them-elves, di-pl ivs the s.ime folly as if
a p.-rson should cut down a tree, bearing abundan. e
.f di'licious fruit, and fTtni'shinit a refreshing shade,
i-eeause cateriill.rs d:liurol the h-aves, and Ppiders
mvle their webs among the branches. Bogue.
Kvil t'oMPtiXV. The following Isjautiful allegory
Ls translated from the llenitaa :
44 Sophronius, a wise ticher, would not 9ufl"er even
bis grown-up sons and daughters to ass.ci;ite with
t!ue whose coiid'tet was not pure and upright."
Lvar fath r" s tid the gentle Kulalia to him one
dav, when he forbade her. in company with her
brother, to visit the volatile Lucind t, 44 dear f ither,
you iuut think us very chil li.-h if you imagine that
we should le ejposed to danger by it."
The Cither took iu sdeuoe a de-ad coal from the
hearth, nnd reche.l it to his daughter.
It will not burn you. my child take it."
Eutalia did so. and Uhold, her beautiful white
hand was siih"I and blackened, and as it chancel
her white dress also.
44 We cannot le too careful in handling coals,"
sai 1 Kulalia. in vexation.
44 Yes, truH"' said the father; 44yoa see. ray chil 1.
that cKtl., even if they do rit tmrn, blacken; s- is
it with the company of the vicious."
Aim at Something. Arthur Oilman, in one of
h" public addresses, tells what he calls 44 an Andover
Mory." One 'lay, he siys. a man went into a More
thcr. and began tellinif about a fire. 44 There had
never le such a tire," he said, 44 in the county of
. lis-. A man coin by Ieacon l'ettingiir4- barn
saw an owl on the rid-'pole. He fire. I at the owl,
and somehow or other the Cre getting into the chin
j:!eS, set the hay on fire, and it was all destroyed
ten tons of hav.'s-ix hta 1 of cattle, the fine-t horse in
tV c mntry' e'c, the de:tcon was nearly craze-l by ;
it. The men in the store beg in exclaiming and com
menting npon it. 44 What a l. !" nay41 one. 44 Why.
t'ie lea.-on will well nigh break down under it,"
nys sn-.tlo r. And so they went on, "-peculating one
r"rer another, and the conversation drifted on in all
r rti ,X conjectures. At l tst a oiiet man, who sat
fjutting la the fire. looked up and aisked : 44 l'i I he
hit the cwl?" That man was P.r getting at the
pvnt of the thing. Let all public speakers in the
pulpit and elsewhere, heed the moral. iid you aim
ut soiuethiccr, and .lid you hit what you aimed at ?
So matter about the pplurgc and the smoke, and the
hav Did you hit the owl?"
i JiieoMi iil ijazflle pui.Ii-ili.-s an interesting
leTti-r fi-i.ni ("apt. M'Line, Tresi lent of the Pacini;
Mail S. S. Company to the Minister of the Interior,
which we insert in full, as it explains the policy of
the Company nnd indicates a doire to e-t ihlish a
s--piirate line of steamers In-tween San Francisco and
Honolulu, provided Congress would grant the neces-s-try
subsidy for vech a wrvice. As Congn-ss has
now authorized such a subsidy, and the l'irstuiaster
fu neral has L-sucl a call fr propovils, the inference
is that this Company will le a comjetitor for the
jrvioe. As bids will Is received at Washington to
July 1, 1', no action can Je ha-1 on this measure
until after that date. The following is the letter
referred to :
O TICK OF TIIK I'M IFlC MaIL SrKAM-IMP Co.,
Nlw Yoi:k. I'ebi-u irv -i, 1;7. )
Hit Exfrlrnri f. it'. Ihilrkimn. Mmiit'r nf Intrrinr of
lit II ifnitim M'tjenly' IJnrrrnnit nf, llontfnu :
l.'Ktft Sik: Having on the 1st dav of January last
ae'-pted a le I feigned on behalf of this Company the
dm ft of the contract between the II awaii in vt-rn-loeiit
and the I'aeifi.? Mail Stmiship Ciinpanv, as
propsis by yourself to Captain K. II. I'iby,"und
liaviiig duly transmitted said contract, in du licate,
to our S in I'rauciseo Agency to lie pn-s-iite to you
fr signature on the part of the Hawaiian (ioveru
inent, I now consider it due to you and to your (ov
erniiK nt to give you the enliest information that the
Congress of the L'nitel Sti'es has passed, and the
President ha" approved, a law- whereby so much of
the China Mail Act of February 17, 1 -, as reouiii-s
the steamers to touch at Honolulu Ls repcalel on con
dition .f the immediate estahlishmotit of a branch
line between J iun and Shaiighie, free of exjieiise to
the I. 'nited s;,ttt K,y of ai 1 law I resjxt fully
Although the condition impfl is, in an immeIiiite
j-c uniary jmint of view, more onerous thau would
be, daring several years, the performance of the
service released , it must be accepted by the Company
as the best that could be obtained, and because it
enables us at once to pr.xrecd to cany out the great
and main objects for which the China Steamship
Line was autliorio I by Congress and undertaken by
us, namely, the development nnd diversion to the
shores of A merit;'! of the vast commerce of Eastern
Asia, now controlled by England and France.
We have not failed to appreciate and in our en
deavors to secure the release of our main line from
the stoppage, have always admitted and insisted
ujs.n the commercial, and especially the jxtliticul
importance, alike to this country and the Hawaiian
Islands, of their closer and more intimate union by
means of regular steam communication between Ho
nolulu and Salt Francisco; and we have at all times
Iks'ii ready and willing to establish a separate service
on this route, on any terms not wholly inconsistent
with our obligations to the stockholders of this Com
pany. Thus we arc prepared to accept the terms of
the Senate Joint Resolution of the List session, whiiv
ly only s-"ii,iMNJ a year was allowed for the Hawai
ian service, provided a clause requiring thirteen
round Voyages by the China Line instead of twelve
annually, were struck out. To this (the House of
Representatives being uu:ibl? to act on the subject at
the last session) the projcr Committee of the House,
although not objecting to the Modification indicated,
was unwilling to agn-e, refusing not only to increase I
the subsidy of the Hawaiian branch to silOO.niHj, as !
should fairly have been done, but even to recommend j
the less amount, as passed by the Senate. The mciu- j
bcrs of the Committee on Appropriations likewise i
avowed their hostility to the grant of an additional !
sulsidy. Iu this state of all'iirs it would only have
remained for us to erfurm the service In-tween Cali
fornia and China by way of Honolulu, just as re- i
paired by the original law, for we could not, in jus- j
t ice to our stock holders, establish and maintain the
branch line at their exficiise; and we felt Confident,
moreover, that the public would ere long appreciate i
the case as we do, and jerceivc that in spite of its
own iuisrtauce the service between Honolulu and
Sin Francisco is practically inconsistent with the :
success of a line Ijetwet-n California and Japan and :
China, and that one or the other object Ls inevitably
s acriticcd by the attempt to compass both by a single ,
i'he measure just propped was then proposed to us l
by leading mem!ers of the Appropriation Committee, I
and, as already stated, was accepted by us in n final :
necessity, the exaction living submitted to by us le
citiise, although onerous, we lielieve it to be in the '
direction of success for the main line. Having Iwon ;
so accepted, it receive I the unanimous suppirt of the j
Committee on Appropriations of the House of Repre- j
seutatives nnd the Committee on Finance of the I
S- nste, and was pass. 1 I,y both Houses without tie- j
bate or division, having met with no opositioii what- ;
c-er in either body. !
W hen we accepted the very lileral privileges grant-
o 1 to iis by your tiovemnieut, it w;is our distinct be- j
lief that Congress would cither refuse to release our ,
China Line from the stoppage nt Honolulu, or would .
authorize the establishment of a branch line; in .
either of which alternatives, we should have Iwn
pr-pared to avail of those privileges, and to render to
your I iovernment an equivalent in the eflicient jier
foruiancc of o;ie service or the other. Under existing
circum-t inccs. and gratefully appreciating the lilicr- i
ality aii-1 wiUui etiucel by yourself and the Hawai
ian i iovernti'.eiit in the grant of these enlarged I'uti- !
cessions, we deem it due not only to your kindness j
but as a matter of justice, now vol tint inly to surrcu- ,
der to you the gran', atid all rights or claims con- '
nocted therewith. '
It only remains to say that we shall now use our
best endeavors and influence to secure the adoption ;
of legislaiiou for tae fstabli-hiiient of ocean mail '
steituship service btween Hotiiilulu and San Fran-
cisco; that a bill to nc.-oiiiplish that object has a!- j
ready leen introduced into Congress, and will receive
the support of ojr f.-iends, with g""! prospects for !
its early p:is-ige; and that should this Company lie '
amoug the bid lers for the service, when authorized,
and the contract 1; awarded to us, we may once ;
More pray you for a restoration of the concessions j
hen-in voluntarily and gratefully surrendered. J
I should be unwilling to clos.' this already long j
communication without i-rsoiiaIiy rc-H-ating to your j
Excellency the explanation which I promptly in-
structed our S in Francisco Agency to convey to you, ,
of the rea-scis which governed this Company to send 1
the Colorado on her first Voyage lietweeu San Fran- ,:
ei--o an I Japan, by the direct route, instead of hav- j
ing her touch at Iloiiolulu, as repjirsl by the con- j
tract. As the Company thereby incurred the jH-n.ilty i
of a fine, limited in amount only by the discretion of :
the Postmaster General of the L'nited States. I need '
hardly say that no pecuniary consideration dictated !
the step t which, on the contrary, we were impelled
by tlie. oiistunt pressure of the mercantile comiuiinity, :
Isjth here and iu California, the stress laid in China, '
Euroj-e an 1 America, by all cla-ses, (.n the r-sults of
the initial voyage; and the nee"ssity, insisted on by ,
all clas-s. of den.on-t rating by that voyage the liest ;
eapabilities of the route. Our uncertainty as to the
procurement of Coal at your js.rt. having heard no
news of the arrival of either of our shipments made j
list fall, would, moreover, have compelled us to start j
with a heavier load, nnd thereby have added to the j
already increased duration of the voyage by way of
Honolulu. I beg your Exeellency to n-mciuber that
we then relieved our l-eg'ilar voyages to your jN.rt
were meii ly j-jst.ue-i f.-r three inoiith-, not, as it has
proved, indefinitely interrupted ; and furthermore, ,
that this abandonment foruiol no part of our plans '
or wishes. i
In conclusion, s?nnit me to express to your Ex- ;
cellency the readiness of the P;icitic Mail Steamship '
Company, at all times, to do anything in its power to
promote" the interest and welfare of the Hawaiian .
Government or people, or to cement the friendship,
now happily exi-ting between our respective coun- :
tri.; audio beg that you will accept for yourself,
and e nvey to His Hawaiian Majesty, the a-suranees j
of the distinguished consideration of the Pacific Mail :
Steamship Company, and the undersigned, person- j
allv. , !
I remain, very respectfully, your obedient scrvaut.
Allan McLavt, Prtsnlmt.
GEORGE WILLIAMS, !
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT.
CsONTI TIIK ltlM.VFS OX IHSOLIi ,
' I'Lui of a-ltiin? with Kio-r an.I s--auit n immisliatrly on j
tl,-'ir .si.if.i..3 at Lii IHV.C-. IUvi:- no roiiii lion. ectif-r ,
Jr.t or iu hr.-t. n!i any ..utfifmir e-tal.'i-hni-nt. ar.l allow- ;
iti ii Jcl-U t l cil-ele.1 at tn . ftice. he h.. to Rire a
c fat -f..rti. in tie- fumrr as he his in the a-t.
rr "!3se on Ja R .l ir.j.-u JS Co.' Wharf, n-sar l-C. ? !
C..LmUi. 1,13 4l"
V.. 1, ADAMS,
Anttionrrr and (oiiitiiissioa Merrliant,
FIKK I'KXF STORE,
la RobiiiMu'a liuiltli .a, (Jurra Street,
v. s. miiTuw,
snlrt Koout on I'nrrn Street, ou- door ironi
KuMhumanu strs-u ly
I I TOK15KRT.
OS.-e X.xth West ci rner of Qu-s-u F..rt Streets, Honolulu. I
AI.KX. J. CAKTWKItJIIT.
fflnimlslon jlrrtlniiit and (.rnrral Shipping Agoit,
Honolulu. Oiihu. ly
W. X. I. A Il.
Importrr end Deitlrriu Tl.irdw are, f ullery, Mrrliaiilrs
Tools, atid tgrirnliartil liiiplriiicnts
t-il Fori Street. ly
Til. V. 1IKCCK,
(.rnrral ( uniinisslun Mertltant,
it. r. Kill. KUS.
LV.i!er in Dry boo.N, silks, &.r.,
ill K.rl Street.
Ilealrr in Wiurs, Spirit-, lie ami Port or.
537 Honolulu. ly
JOIIX TIIOS. WATER HOUSE.
Importer and Praler In Onrral Hrrrliautllse,
5"3 Qaeen Street, Honolulu. ly
C. a. I f. KK.S. j. O. OICKSO.S.
IiF.WKRS &. DICKSON.
Dealers iu Lumber nnd Iltiilulug Matrrl.il'.
5-51 Fori Slri-rt. ly
KI. IIOFFSt'll I.A KJ KK. Ai. CO..
Iiuptiitrrsand i'oniiuis.luu Mrrrhants,
Corner of Fori timl Mrrrhanl Slrreta.
E. O. II A I.I. &. SOX.
luiporters and liralris in HariUare, l)r Goods,
Healers in Haiilwai
., and Urncral Mere
r-nni, uus, ana urncr.u ,iercinie.
Corner Fori and King Sts.
JAXIOX. lillKKX CO..
Importers and Commission Merrliants,
la the Cirrl'roof Hiiildias, Qucru Street.
E. C. M'CAN0I.KST. JulIS P ATT.
McC.4XDI.KSS Jt CO..
v. J'J. L-vrneroj tort ana Atng tlrects. j
519 ly I
.4 FOXG ACIICCK, I
Importers. Wholesale and Ketail Healers iu Crueral
MriTli5iilie and hiurse l.oods.
Fire-proof Store, Xuiiiiun Street.
I'uder llie I'uOhe Hail. 517 ly
GKOKGK G. HOWE. j
Dealer In l.edaood. orlhe-t Luinher, Shingles, '
Ilooi-s, Sash, Plintls, .ails, Paint'-, i.e. I
jJt his Old Stand, Furl street, on the Esplanade.
410 ly !
lealer In (ieiieral Jlerdiandise, !
IJILO, Hawaii... .Ship supplied with recruits at the shortest ,
botice, on reasonable teruis. ilills of cXeh&nge wauled. i
THE XKHSlMFKIt KCOKOA.
Published Week!) in the Hawaiian Lanruae.
It has the largest eireiil itioii in the (-'roup, and Is read loth
by Hawaiiniis and Foreit-uers. I'riee f 2 a year iu ad-
Tatice. A.lvertisemeiits transl.itea into Hawa
iian fr-e of chance. Oili.-e in South
&60 corner of ailr's Home. ly
A. S. C'I.EGIIORX.
Dealer la General Mcrehaudise, l ire-proof Store,
Corner Kniihuiuniiu iiikI llrfu Sl
(Opposite .Mak e's lilork.)
Also. Retail establishment on Xuuauu street, above Kinp.
11' Island Produce bought and sold. Island orders rartfully
attended to. 547 ly !
II. V. U DIXUTOX,
Importer and Whole-ale Healer in Wine, Spirits,
aud "l ilt Liquors,
Charlton Wharf, Honolulu.
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Healer in Ceiieral
Fine assortment .f Ladi.-s" and Ornt's Itiwits and Shoe, lntewt
styles. j.e.ls illlp.Ttel by every VesSd.
Corner of Frt and Merchant Street. Sol 2m
31. S. till IX 11 A CM Si. CO..
Importer) niiil Whnh'sale Healers In Fashionable
Chdliiii. Hat. Hw. Uotd and Shoes,
And rvery variety of li-iiUemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly o.-i-npi.-l by w. A. Aldrich,
613 Maice's lUnck, tauten nt. ly
snwis j..s-k.s. o. . wood.
Crater imJ Ship (liandlers,
LAIIAIXA, M A L'I.
Money and Recruits furnish -d to Ships on Favorable Terms.
Ship Chandlers and Cani'iilssidii .ilei tlinuts,
Particular attention paid to the purchase and lale of Hawaiian
t.efers by iKrini-sion to
Messrs. C. A. Willi ims Co Mes-rs. ('. Hrewer Co..
M.-ssrs. astle A; Cke....... iesrs. H. llaekfeld At
Messrs. I'. C Waterman... Messrs. C. L. Richards & Co.
CBCNU BOOS. TofSU 6HEON0
CIII XC HOOX A. CO.
Commission .Mcrritants mid Leueral Agents,
Agents for the PauLa.i and Amauulu Suear Plantations im
porters of Tens a o.J other I'hinese and Foreiixn Oooils
and wholesale dealer in li iwaiian Produee,
In New Stone Store. Xuunnu St.. below Kin-.
Ship Chandler, Healer in Krueranieirhandise. Mand
Prodiire. if., a.itl 1 oir.m:siou Men haul.
Kjruii I'm. Ililo. S. 1..
Will kip e.n?t.u:t! on ban 1 a-i extensive a n irtmer.t of every
description of k-.Mi.ls reipiire.1 by ships and others.
1 to highest price i'ven for Island Proluce.
UT M mey advanced f..r Hill of Exchange at reasonable rates.
fo4 l y
... ... .v
Ship (haoillcrs mid ( omnilssliin .Merrhants, and
Healers in (.t-ueral Merchandise,
Ke-j constantly on hand a full assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of hah rs and Merchant vessels.
ALLEN JL COX WAV,
-!l ... ..II
na ill line, i..itaii,
Will c.n'.inje the Oen.-r'il Merchandise and Shipping business
at th ' Ml".'.-p. rt. t. re th. y are pr-pared to lurnish
the justly celebrated Ka vaihae Potab.es. and
such other reeruits as are required
Shortest n..c.- an.I on the most reasonable terms.
3T" iro ccr cr o rl o ax
-jr-r . ri
" " -"
c. fred'k itluger,
Healer In Staple and laney Dry (.o.nN. Men's (loth-
in, Bool and Shoe-, aud 1 anker .otions, i
' , . . ...
Store on Fort St rcct. nrnrlr oppo.ilr Mra.ra.
6 vonll.Ht-- Heueii. yj
sukkms ri-ca. a. a. p. cutkx. 1
C. lllirw ER A; CO.
(iitnoilion and Shlppiut Merchants,
Ilotf wlnlii. Oiihu. II. I.
Of llie Ilo.ton ami Honolulu Pnrliet Linr.
Fertile Mitkcf. WniluknA. 1 1 11 nil I'lu nla I ion. :
For ibr Piiri lia-riiinl Sslrof l-lnml Proilurr,
J h M. Ho-.P, Es.i New Tiork
Chas. Khkwkr. .v '
JawKsIIcm-scwfi L. E;..
J. C. Mfrbill C. )
K. H. Swain C. J .
Chas. WolcuTT Bui'.'.i Esq. 1
-jJLij-till. '.L'JU'la,!. A-aaujwwMi
1)11. J. MOTTsMirif,
0!Hc crmcr of Furt ami llrtel ?trertf.
V. II. ICICIIARUS.
Corner of Fort an.I Merchant stfcts. IIwlutu.
A. C. BIFFIM. M. I..
I'lijsirUu and Sjrgcii.
: OfSc aii. I Kesi.lrncr, A 1.1 rich Hnu.-, Fur' ;tvet.
PhvsUlan. Sarireoii ait. Ata.iurhf ur.
Fort St. opposite C. t:. William-,- Furntur. Vareroon.-i. SCj ly
j K HOKl'.M I X j , M. 1).
! "iMiisiria.i and Sui-rt.-n.
t ., v. . , , , .. , . --,,'
! Makee Pht, curuer Wuceh ai.il k.uluvnaiiu St. oil ly
Am I". JCDl'.
Attorney and (nutisrllir at I.au,
Corner of Foi tan l Merchant Su is. 513 ly
Alturnry ami (ouiise'lor ait I.itv.
OiCie on Queen Street. opp'te tl.t Curt lli.Uie, up -tairs.
JOUX II. CATV.
llor.olulu, II. I. OlTice at the liai.k of liMiop A; Co.
II. IIAChFFLI) CO..
(irtierul ((.niniissina Agciits,
I XKV1LI.K ijaKKKTT.
riaiiters and fceueral Slue Keepeis,
. Keopuka, Xorih Kona, Hawaii, near Reilxkeakna l'.ay. Island
I rr-Klucu iKiii.-ht. Miii'S s.u.nli.d with Woott.'lleef and
it li.r necessaries.
Aecnt at Honolulu, A. S CLKCIHIHX.
CHAS. K. Bljltor. T. C. KALSTOS.
HISHOI Si CO.. ltaultera.
0llicf In the east tcrner f Maker's DIurk,
. Kaahiimanu street, Iloiiolulu.
Draw Bills of Exi-hanc on
i The Hank or Ciliiokn - San Francisco.
Messrs Gaisst.ui., Mis k Co., New- York,
j " L.ks if Wii.lkh, - - New York,
j ia.. NalTus: " " iw.,.. Mass.
. iMiikntal Bank Corpou.tiom. Londnn.
Will receive deposits, discount lirit-c.ass business paper, and
attend to colleeiinc. etc. &J1 ly
MKI.CIIKKS fc t o.
Importers nnd ( omniissliiti lerrhnuts,
Ayentx for the Ha miii kuii-IIiu mks Fikk Insckanck Co.
Kaiwiki Sioar I'LAITATIoS,
ToBhY SlUA I'LANTATION.
Ocstav C. Melcdkbs. j. d. Wickk, f a. sciiakf,
llr.no.ii II..,.. .lulu II. oi. .liil..
GEO. II. IJCKGESS.
PORTRAIT AMI MXIISC1PK PAINTER,
Studio, Richard Strret, nrnr Rerttnnia.
Sicimens. ex-Tiiteil ly the atxive Artist, of the most f i'hion
tthle style of I'oitraitnie. mav he seen at the G.-illi ry of
Chas. liuigess. Onl.-rs re--eived at the
Artist's rtu lio, Kich:iril street, cr at
the I'holuiiraph lial'ery, near
54 the I, wt Oliice. Cm
I. N. FI.1TX KK.
Continues his old business in the fl reproof huihliii,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun nnd stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention ..;ivento
line watch rep iirinjr. Sextant aiul quadraiit
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
; uautical instruments constantly on
i 531 hand and for ale. ly
1 C. WATERMAN iU -0..
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
I ne luriiisiuniroi mnns, purenase ami sale ci r.scliam-e. Oil,
Hone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. IAAC Howlanp, Jm., Co., Xew Bedford
. Lf. s.. 1'OfK, e.sj., ilo.
Muuc.am, stunk . c.. San Francisco.
J. C. Mf.iuuli. A; Co,
j ...,, r.XI I , .-..- a.w i ..,..
! 8am l. a. Castle. j. b. atdki.to-j. amoh d. cookc
CASTLE JL COOKE.
Importers ami General Merchants,
, In FirepriKif Store, King street, opposite the Seamen's Chattel.
A.lsio, Agoiits for
Pr. Jaynes Celi-brate. F nmly Medicines,
Wheeler Wilson's Sewing Machines,
! The Kohnla Sutrar Coinpany,
The New hnl:iiid Mutual l.ile Insurance Company,
! The Xew Y'ork Phem; .Marine Insurance Coinpanv.
j 566 ly
! sam iTe l cTw ilder,
S Sitgnr 3?lniitor.
POST OFFICE APfiRKSS.
i 5.13 Gin Knuloa, Oahua
S. A. LOLLEIl, Proprietor,
i tyoi 1,1) ROI-KCTFCLLV I X " O R M ;
V "t his friends unil the public that he is fully pre pared to -f
curry op tt.iS business on the most approved style, and resect
; fully solicits a share of patronage. j
eatly lurnished Ko.miis To Let npou Reasonable ;
6".6 3m I
MAKEE PLANTATION. !
JKW CROP OF j
SUGAR AND MOLASSES! i
Now Cem'iig in.
For Sale by
C. lUtKWER Co., aiit nts.
VEW ('It 0 1'. NOW COMING IX.
A. . For Sale hv'
6o3 3m C. BREWER & Co., agents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
rfir.OP NOW CO.MI.MJ I NA.M) 1 Oil SALE
1 in .itiautiLies to suit puichaa-rs by
503 oiu C BREWER CO.
liAl WIEil I'Ij A.TAT10..
Sugar and Islolasses !
AfKtll ISCii. NOW -O.MlXG IX AMI FOR
sle it. quantities lo suit by
MEI.CHERS A- CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
f gA WA1I AX SI GAR MILL.Ci.ol I S(JO, '.
ft I F .r sale in nuantoios to suit i.y
sJVIr c,JiK I
II. Cornwrll & Son. I'l Ofr ir lor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
VTsKOM THIS PHXTATIOX FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
50J ly OI.u. C. McLKAX, Aent.
; " " ' "
j (OOlieand l.Xlra.
ror sale in quantities to su.t i v .s. s. i. i-r vni' is
633 ly ' A ?ent Honolulu Rice Mill.
HAWAIIAN LEATHER !
s,'l, ni s,d,llr Leather, and Tanned (.oat Skins,
M3 ly A. S. CLKCHORN, A-ent Waimea Tannery.
TL.IOR SALE IN ".I'AXTITIF.S T SUIT.
ft 5jS 3m liy C. L. ItlCHAK
;tS & Co.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
ROIPT I). .'lOlMJAX. 1
Choicest Merits from flne.t herds. Poultry, lish, Vesretsbles 1
4c. , furnished to onKr. aol ly ;
I. ASF.CIT, Proprietor. j
KIMJ STREET. 11001.1111. 6iS-ly !
IIOXoLl If, II. I,
Ki'nj Street, Lpj.jcite the Itetl.sl.
J. D. WICKE,
AO KNT FOR THE UKKMKN IlOAKU OF I NIHUAVKITKUS
' A V KR AUK t'LA IMS A A I XST SA 1 1)
a -iiTs. mvKrriiis in. alJut U.ia Ki.l'.'n. will
! a. rner.. ' fore him. SCo ly
; have u le cm:l s. , duee the Kate of I'n-miuin on Stone ami liriek tuililini aiul on
. . ''Itli.HKN I Merehauil:e tore, therein, ami are now vrepareU M iisue K.li-
i 1 1 A M 15 1' K C It -rARJV j iea mire favorable teruia than heretofore.
i , . K, p- "ANT. Kifk Ulcu no Buildings Machim-ry. &e.. on Sucsr l'l.anta-
FIRE INSURANCE bU!i. s,.,i!lion,. jamox, ounhN 4- Co..
' fflllK I'X IIKKSHJ X KI. Apentsof the alT u. 6i-ly Apnt.
i M. nanv.are lirenareil to injure risks Hiraiust Are in nJ 1 -
i alKut U.itiv.luia. F.r particular? ai.ply it the omep
ll.sno.nla O.t. 11. 1SLT. SSl-lS
The NeV England Mutual
, T-1!TTT- a,pn COTiTTJ A TVTV t
! Hlk)UAiXlim ivi.naiii .
CAST L K & C O O K K . A U K N T S .
fllllF. TK.IOIS tF IXlR.iXt K IX llilsii
3 .ii. in. , v are a- low .. any other rrstoiiitlc Company, ,
and ns i cmsi.-t'nt with safety.
cost, the surplus is returned to the parties insuring."
rnliev hi.lt -is wh.se policies date prior to the appointment
of the amlersiK'ned, can pay their premiums lo us if they do-
sire to d so.
.ow is i no i line io insure.
The insured can visit the I'acifle. Islmuls, the Wetern Coast
of Aiuerica. unit the K.tteni Atlantic States, viu I'unulilil.
without r-xtra .'hare.
Dividends Payable Annually in Cash.
3m CASTI.R & COOKK, Apents.
THE .F.QMTAELE LIS K ASslKAfi: SOCIETY,
! No. 'J2 Droadway. New York.
! THE I XITKI) STATES CASL'ALTV IXSC-
i It A XCE COM VAX Y,
j OS Broadway, New York.
riHE CXlK!tSIXEI HAVITVO lIREXi
ani'iiinteil AG KN T of the alxive n lined Companies, :
id ti. r. iitit.llflliotll for f.fi. f.sf.K
iii a Company whose "success is unparalleled in the history of
To issue rol.ieiris for tJ.iiUAL.it i.nMiiut in me
only Mutual Accident Cump my in America.
! 5do ly
Ai. ii. iir..n. w i in
! CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
r-IIK rXDKKSICXF.l) AGENTS OF THE
ul-ive Cominy, have l-en authorized to insure risks on i
. Vn?T,s,rKli,H;flIT,a,:,d TRffciV!l.!
hv COASTF.KS from il mclulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
Group, ami vice versa.
II. II ACKFELD ir CO.
i CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
j SAX FKAXCISCO. .
!rMIIK IXI)KKSIGXEI HAVING BEEN
I appointed Airenis f..r the atmve company, bes leave to
nforni the the public, that ttiey are now prepared to issue
; M A It INK 1 X S I It A N C E I'OLICI ES
: on Caro, Freinht and Treasure., to and from all parts of the i
j world. !
j II. HACKFELD Jfc CO.
Honolulu, April 1 1S2. l"ly !
! SAN FRANCISCO !
IB0ARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rtniiE i:xikhsigxei HAVING been
a appointed agents for the San Francisco ll.ia.rd ol I uder-
writers, r- pri-stntinir
I The CaliJorniii Insurance Company,
The Merchants Mutual Marine Insurance,
1 The I'acilic Insurance Company,
1 The California Lloyd!-, and
: The Home .Mutual lusurauce Company.
i!,. i.,,- . i,,r..rni Mint-ns of V-!jii.I the nublic irenrr- :
; njv tnHt an ,,ss,.s sustaineil on VES:-EI.H aud CARGOES, I
insured l y either of the alsive Companies ncainst perils of tne i
seas and other risks, at or near the Sandwich islands, will have
' to Is? verified by theiu.
I PACIFIC I TI -l U "R A N C E COMPANY
Of San Francisco, California,
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.
JOX ATHAX HUNT President.
II. II. felGKI.oW, Ueiivral Agent.
J. M. SHoTWKI.L, Secretary.
C. A. LATOX,. ..Marine Secretary.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED. THE
ACT II OR- ;
ized Areola of this company are preiiar-d to insure risks
On Cargo, Commissions and Profits ! j
; Tn Vessels either in the Foreign or luter-l.lnud ;
Trade. Will issue j
1 Fire and Marine Time Policies '
Cnverini; risks on Public Ilull.liiipi, stores, Iiwellin-r Houses, I
Furniture, ami Goods in store, and on Hulls of Vessels uot ,
rating lower than A. 2. j
n.w. 2"'""l''.1 U'lj'islid and paid iu U. S. i
! f Ai. Coin. .
X. B. Police. furni-hel at once without the delay of for
I Wiiriliug applications to San Francisco.
ror rates of premium and particulars apply to
5il ly BISHOP tl Co., A (rents.
R. W. WOOD, FROM EUROPE,
SYREN, PROM THE UNITED STATES.
A N I
In (r at Yaritty,
AND PHOCl'RLD FROM THE ylRT BFJjT MASITACT0B1E9. j
All of whirli are noH (Iflered to the Public.
The Following arc a few of the mam Artirbt ,
Seidlcitis Powder, superior: !
Toilet powd-r. nne; Epsom Salt, in dies; !
Freneh Capfa'e. !
Syrin" of all tin. Is, j
Fluid MsL-nesia, j
Bronchial Troches, J
S sHhing Syrup, i
M-.li. uisl Hui I Estraots,
llarlaem Oil. Coil.nlion.
Thorn's Kx'.'et, Orafenls-rg Medieiues,
.rufeii-r ye 1. .tion,
Fr'-nrh Kbe ..naiio Remeily,
Night Lichls, Nursini; Buttle.
Citnite of M:inesir,, Soaps and t'oloene,
uperi'.r Trus, Fl"a Powder,
Hair r.niC."! and Tooth Powder,
As rte.l Tooth Powder-,
Benz.ne. for cleaning dresses, etc.
Hamburg Tea, etc. etc.
A r V E R LOW prices:
py e. Hoffmann.
ATWOOD'S QUININE TONIC BITTERS !
The P.est Aromatic T '.ir Ever Off-red to the Public. And j
rervromended y the Medical Faculty for its !
Me licinal Qualities. I
Dr. S. P. lord's Celebrated CATIIIKTIC PILLS!
Made Aciording to his Formula.
SUGAR COATED PILLS.
COSTAR'S RAT POISON !
New from the Manufacturer.
56 2m EI. HOFFM ANN.
i "IF . THOMAS CROSS IS MV A UTHOR- j
1 ized s-i nt ila.i! g my anenr -rem ims tmgiiora.
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE COMFY
. tK I.OVDOV.
' 1MI fc. I MIKKMtiM.II. AtH'NTS Kt K TIIK
a'x'V Csi.i any, have recvmly rveivel instruelinns to re-
"ITISII AM lOIII'KJN
MARINE INSU X-J CE COMP'Y.
' CAPITAL. ONE MILLION STERLltt..
Head Otn, Maiic!iefc-r Uuildinys, Liverpool
1 JAXIOX.GUKKX &. Co.
N. B. This Company takes rfcks on foods only an.I not on
vessel. 6t4 6iu
fire and marine insurance.
. TxToTinnnl Tn (lir!l Tl O P fnninnnv
j lMa.lOliai IHSUrailCe UOmpaiiy,
Ol .-Still T-'fit llt-lt-,..
Ofiice, No. 40S Montgomery Slrect. near California.
IAIHK IXsntAXlK npeii Hull.. Cnr-
i" E p.H-s. Treasure, L'onmiii-iolis, I'rotits, and other suhjects
of Marine Insurance, to and from all ports in the world, iuland
MA KIN K KISKS on Coasters. Also, on Freight, Cargo, Ac ,
j to and from all inter-island Hirts iusureii aiiainst.
j FIItK IXSl'KANCKupon Ituildinirs, Merchandise, Furniture.
Ileum, Vessels ill I'ort aud their Cargoes, and other lusurahlc
j i'APITAL, (PAID I P) OVE MILLION HOLLARS.
Losses promptly adjusted and paid io I nited States
WILLIAM FIEKCK, President.
D. W. C. THOMPSON', Vice-President.
W. W. WIGGINS, Secretary,
AMOS N0YF.S, Marine tlfficer.
Errcutire Committee i
: AL15KIIT DI11ULKF., Chainnan. JOS. A. DOXOHOE. H. Q.
j SXEATH. JOIIX O. 11 It AY. A lilt AM II LOCK.
i y. jj Itrltvulur attention to Fife Insurance on
. n, ,,. t,..,j v..-, n,... ,e.
1LO ifif.ryo, lhhii fi'.. i iiiritoiic, ui
C. UKKWKR A. Co.. Ajtrnln,
Hon o lulu.
j INSURE YOUR LIFE.
M LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Of New York.
Capital and Accimmlatioii, over - $ 4.000,000
j Annual Income, over 2,000,000
! l ollCies in b ort'C, ------- 7,00U.0UU
' Pni.l f,r Losses l.v Deaths. - - - - 2.225.000
C. Y. Wutru. ......
J. L. Halset
II. Y. Wkktlk. ......
S. N. Stkbuins
Win. C. Kalstou, Esq., Dlrertorfor tUf Parlfic Coast.
POLICIES ISSFEI TO THE AMOUNT OF
! - j."0,uuo on one ine, ana payaoie in
j O O E. Oil ClTltRENCV!
j This Company offers lite Following Advantages :
;tq Txtra Charge for Travelinc '
M0 narge ior xraveung.
j Annual Distribution of Profits ;
Loans made on Policies ;
No Claims Unpaid ;
; Important JVru Feature in Dividend and Jlfotlet
j of Insurance ;
! Iillucuu Jaunary 1st, 1X87, JO Per tent lain.
The following are examples of the operation of the last
1 dividend :
! Policie- ,ne,, - ,-. OBiy 4 t ear. a..
Aire at Amount In : Premium, Addeil to Total amount
Issue. sured. Paid, j Policy. of Policy.
40 $10000 I $1.2:0 $:i.5T2 $13,572
S5 8.000 1,091 1U.84S
30 7.500 70S; a.'OS 10.208
25 7.000 I 57 1 1 'A505 0,50a
This is an entirely new plan, orininatlnfr with this Company,
ami gives an insurer the largest return ever made by any com
pany in same period.
LANDERS & Co..
General Agetita to the Pacific Coast, anJ Sandwich IstantU.
IIKXKV PUMMEUS. C.eneml Traveling Airetit.
ItfBrr, iMnhrr'i linililinj-, up stairs,
( H AS. II. BISHOP. Ilraidrnt Akenl.
5Vl 2 m llouolulu.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of ( iii 11 J-'rituc'li-iC'o.
rf-lIIE I'XDERSIG XED IIAVIXG UKEX
apiwinted agents for the above Company, IK leave to
: inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
1 MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES OX
'CARGOES, FREIGHT nnd TREASURE.
537-ly WALKER, ALLEN & CO.
i And Other Musical Instruments,
! TUXED A X D REPAIRED
i BY CHARLES DERBY AT VTIIE THEATER.
Lessons C'iven on Piano and (Guitar.
651 Best of references given. ly
CARTES .Ir VISITEl LARGER IMIOTO
Kraphs; Copying and Kulaririiig;
Retouching done in the liesl manner, aud on the most
Also for sale, Photojrraphs of the C'rutrra Kilnura and
Hn IrnUa In, and other Islaud Scenc.i the KINOa KAME
H AM EH A, 4C, ire.
At the Gallery ou Port Street.
II. L. CHASE.
P. S Havinir purchased the Purtrait Negatives from Mr.
Weed, duplicate copies can be bad by those persons wishing
564 Zm II. It. U.
GERMAN BOARDING HOUSE
Coviiiopoliiaii Codec .Saloon,
T3y IHrs. EIIMG-En,
rr B0ARI PER WEEK, $5. 6C0 3m
j HONOLULU FEMALE ACADEMY,
; Kawaiahao, Honolulu.
I rBMIIS IXSTITl'TION, NEAR THE K A
! ft WAIAHAO CHL'RCH, is now
Opened for Boarders & Day Scholars)
i INSTRUCTION WILL BE GIVEN IX
Both the Hawaiian and English Languages.
F'very attetition will be pavl to the intellectual culture and
, domestic education of Die pup.ls, and especially to their moral
! TERMS, per Yrar, Pnynble iuarlerly :
For Boarders at the School Table $ 50 00
fr Boarders at the Teacher Table. 150 00
Kev. L. Smith. T). l. I Rev. E. Corwin,
K..-V. S. C. Ihunon Rev. H. II. Parker.
President ""i . D. Alexander.
For f irther irif.matiou inquuire at the Ii stitution, or of Dr.
L. II. OCI.ICK. 507 4t
ErlBTiLLLIC PAINT !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
'MI AT IX VA LU A B LE. D CRAB LE. FLEX
ible. preservini, anti corrosive
I For Coolers, Boilers. Roofs. Steam Engim-s, Cast Plows, Houses
j Fences, Schooners, Steamer ,
AX U ALL OT H ER I RON or WOOD W ORK.
xor caie iy
C. BREWER b Co.
II . FISU II K R ,
Fort Strsct, opposite Oild Fellow's Hall Honolulu, II. I
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, near the
l'ruu Sbve of J. M..U Smith tr Co. tZl lf
j. H. WICKE, "
Ca"biiiet Malier I
ALAKKA STRKIT KLuW TBK THKATHK.
Furniture made and n paired t reasonable ricc. 5&.1 ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
fZ Street, OpposJte the Bethel,
f Ui. ' it,H.J:'luj' ... -T
J A 31 K S GUIiDSTUN K ,
COR.ER OE QUEEy JD RICHJRDS STREETS.
XST Ships' Bread rebuked at short notice. XX
HAWASMN BARREL FACTORY.
rMIE UXDERSIGXED WOULD Hr.pert.
ft fully inform the Planters that they are now prepared to
furnish Suunr K . Mslnxra llnrrrls, asd
Cone Drniarra, for draining Hennery sugars, at rewsuo
able rates. Having improved machinery they are prepared
to manufacture a suH-nor article.
All orders filled with promptness and di-pstch.
566 3m J. A. HOPPER r Co.
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UXDERSIGXED WOULD RE
spectfully inform the public that he Is rrparrd to cast
f f and Miiish all kiuds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plaiilatioD wor' furnished on short
(UT Constantly on hand, hose cou)H.njS of the following,
sites; J, 1, 1, 14, 2 and a. Also, oil cups and gauge Docks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
63 ly King street.
II. I. HAUML'ISTF.R,
TAILOR Has Uken the stand lately occupied by II. Fischer,
on Nuuanu street, where he 1iok-s the pubuo will favor
hiin with a share ef their patronage. 639 0-a
Manufacturer of FURNITURE of nil De
Kcription. PLANING, SAWINQ AND TURNING DONE.
Mouldings of all kinds roiistaoUy ou Hand.
Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
l'lnin nnd Ornatnenlnl Rinding executed at abort
60 1 notice and reasonable terms. I7
BOOT and SHOEMAKER. Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunakea streets. 631-ly
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop ou the Lsplauade, opposite the Court House.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufartnrer, Importer aud Healer la Furniture
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware room on Fort street, opposite R. T. Morgan!
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 630-1 y
Boot AUd. SllOO JXn.1.TT I
Hotel slrert, brlwrrn Alakru nnd.
r ort Slrrrl.
Itoots mid fIlOCM
Made and repaired in a workmanlike manner. 646 ly
F. II. & CSUftEltKErV,
TinsmithM nnd Plumber,
Nuuanu Street, near the Wharf ST0VK3 and LEAD PIPK
always on hand. Jobbing of all kinds attended to. 66V ly
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
1JY W. J. RAWLINS.
I'.HK PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
ft Works Is prepared to supply his cnstoinera. and the pub
lic in general, with the best quality V ELLOW feO A P.
SOFT SOAP nlwnyw on hand.
TBI HiciitsT Pkick faid for Soir GsrAsc 612 ly
.1. v. iii;-j-3iii:s.
TUKEH. of all kind of Saddlery, Car- gS-sp
nage 1 rimming, 31 at tress making r
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
J T ah oruers promptly attenaed 10
Corner of Fort and Hotel street Honolulu
JAS. L. LEWIS.
Ooopor axxcI Gftugor X
At the Old Stand, corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A Large Stock of OIL SIIOOKS and all
kinds of C.prrlng Materia la CON
STANTLY ON HANI, lie hopes by attention
to bosiness to merit a cotitinuaw-e of the pat
ronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for
which he now returns his thanks. 64d flm
G. W. NORTON 6l Co.,
cooit:i:s and aucscrs,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
Honolulu, II, I.
6000 BARRELS NEW JM) OLD OIL CASKS. 629 if
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
By WILLIAM II. 1IUDDY, at Leleo.
f TAV1XG RECEIVED A LA RG E AUD FULL
1 ft stock of material, is prepared to supply his eustomera
and the public, with the bc.t Vrllow, llrswa nnd
Whiter SIIAI'. ALSO
SOFT A?S1 OIIj HOAI',
In large or small quantities to sail.
P. S. -Soap grease always wanted. 647 ly
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
Copper and Tin Smiths, Ornamental Iron
rilAKE PLEASURE IV A N NOUNCI NO TO
I the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Copper Work, consisting in part of stilus, ktbikc pabs, hob
out'M rANs, worws, etc., etc.
We would also iuvite attention tn our patterns for osnvis.
tal IR09 RAii.iMO, suitable for building or cemetery lots, which
we can furnish at reasonable prices. Also, Right and Left
Hand Screws for liphteniug wire fence.
ALL BISDS or BKrAIRIXO DOKK WITH SUtATSKflS AD DtgrATCB.
Onlers from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop 00 Kaal.umanu St., one door above Flitner's. 643 ftm
Catholic Church Premises. Honolulu,
IIAVIXG LATE L V RETURN-
ED from San Francisco
Hith a ev Stork of Materials
He is prepared to llnxiir
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
660 With promptness and dispatch. ly
.IAS. A. IIIJIMHCK
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Continue the butints
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade.
All worc done with care, and orders promptly attended to.
54G Charuks Moojiaatb. ly
milF. UNDERSIGNEI OF THE LATE
ft firm of VomIIolt H. Hccctt, wimiM respectfully Kr
notice to his friends and the publia generally, that be will con
tinue to carry on business as hecesofore, at the corner of Fort
and Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
tbcoo. c. nrcK.
Honolulu, January 17, ViVt. 667 3m
THE FAMILY LETTER SCALE.
FOR WEIGHING LETTERS-SIMPLE,
Cheap aad correct. Price,,!.
0S5 ForSaieby n. M- VrniTXJ"Y