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pay frr their ca:l, by hk. iiie d'vi aAm4 f- r such amount
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n a Yankee Cr.I Pre," in the Light "style of the art.
ITIM.VKI WRRKM' III' I
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE '2D. 1SU7.
SIX IKIU.AIISI'KU AXXI'M.
) VOL. XI. jj, V MOLE Xo. A7t.
After the j..y cf earth.
After it 4.(. ami mirth,
Afl. r ii houraof light.
After it ilraoiii so bright
Hily an emj.ty nam".
Only a w.-nry frame,
uly a r.irHb smart,
Only an aching heart.
Aft-r Hies empty Dame,
After thi wenry frame.
After tbia mrwcioua smart.
After Ihia actiiug heart.
Only a l frew. II
T- a w-.rU loved too welt,
nfy a silent bed
With the f.g 4U-n dead.
After thin a.J fart !!
T a W"rtl loved b. Well,
After thi iletil bed.
With the. eirottt'O ilcad.
Snii Frniicico C'orrciionilcncc.
PKR "It. tr. MCKKAT."
S.w FK.tvrfs-n. Juno 8,
V.y Capt JJennett. of the D. C. M'trrmj. I .enil
r. II.... ... . r ti.v.. ,.r !... I
may interest yoti I-i;ndTs. for I know from expe
perienrf that this m tin .dnll wason at Hon
lulu. and tluit y.u IIitors are likely to be hard
pn-'Hed for matter to fill your columns. In thw
I!inMriiitn of the I'acifiV. IMitora are more fortu- !
nate not to jay nioie skillful. If they Lave not
pot a jmm1 Miibjeet at hand, they proceed to make
one by kicking up a muss with Home other Kditor,
and calling him bad names, or vigorously taking j
up the cause of some aspirant to office, or fighting
lur an Ism." The latter Ls the case with
The Evening Dispatch.
A nveIy tune uai.y, w- pnncipa. Minor 01 wnirn ;
is und'-rt..I to be J. J. Ayers. formerly of the
iMitfij M-iiraiuM lhmhl,n 3 our city, which went
up like a rockt t and down like a brick. Ayers
has undoubted talent, anil is a tip-top newspaper
rn in. but be has got on the wrong tack this time.
II has thoroughly identified himself and the 7.
jil.h with tli- eight-hour movement, which is now
making sucb a stir among the mechanics here and
rl.-ewbep. He is President of the " Workir.gmcu'a
Coiiveiilion," which heads
The Eischt-hour Movement.
They bad a public demonstration recently, and ;
the whole number who turne.l out in the proccs-j
sion was ascerta
rtained. by actual count, to be 2,0ft), i
including bands and military escort. Ileducting .
these would leave the workingmen about I.ROM, j
The procession failed of coming up to expectation ;
in point of numbers, but everything as.-eil off
iioielljr. . The imhlit? feelin lu-ru. as well as else
where, is that the movement must prove a f iilure.
if a mechanic works but eight hours a day. he t an
only expect to be paid for eight hours work. It is
nonsense to say that men will earn as much in
eiht as in nine or ten hours ht diem. The proj
ect is undoubtedly loctervd, if not prompted, by
The l'..iU h. of M iy 20tb.lixs a spicy and rather :
inconsiderate article, drawn out by this semi-political
contest, in w hich C Waloott IJrooks & Co.. and
their correspondents in Honolulu. Walker, Allen
t Co.. come in for a wholesale amount of abu-e
whether deserved or not. the present writer know
et'j noL I7ut let the aers puss.
A Tarn of Fortune's Wheel,
I must mention one thing more, which the
papers have Wen giving ditlereiit versions ol.
This is the last will b.I testament of J. Constar.
tine, who recently dieil here. Some of your read
ers may remember him. as be visited Honolulu
several years ngo. The property left by him is
Taiioiisly. estimate! at front $20,000 to SCO.OOO,
and he is said to have devised it all io his daughter,
Mad. tie Yarigny. w ife of your Minister of Foreign
Relations. It is suggested here that this windfall
if it proves correct may create a vacancy in the
Hawaiian Cabinet. We have plenty of hungry
ortice-s.-ekers here, if jon are out, and tan rntt yon
tip a Minister t. order, this side up, with care.
The Ritualistic Movement.
Ia Kpiscopal Church matters we have recently
had some little excitement between the ritual
istic and the anti's. F. Pillon Eagan.of St. James
Clmrch. having gone in the former line farther
than l:ishop Kip thought conduced to Protestant
ism, was iuterdicb-d from preaching any longer in
the tliocese, and will leave for the DasA on the
steamer of the 10th. The Rev. Mr. Post, who re
cert' ly arrived here from Honolulu, where he has
been connected with Ll.-hop taley's Reforn-.ed
Catholic Mission, Is thus alluded to by the Sltjmiwj
full, he having temporarily undertaken to carry on
the service at .St. James :
flcv. Mr. Post, who has been engaged by the
vestry of this pari.-h to supply the pulpit during
the l morary absence of the rector, o!li ialed cn
Sunday. f.r the first time. He is very acceptable
lo the congregation. We noticed that he not only
followed all the hijru ritual' which Rer. Mr.
Ka iri hail ndopted, but even went further, and
rotteil himself in the projn r eucharistic vestment.'
which be has always worn dunng his ministry in
line. Iu'. u. We learn, however, that the vestry
f St. Jarues congr. g:'.ti.n r.-ipi.ted Mr. Post to
adopt the wearing of the chasuble, if it did not con
flict with bis own views. Mr. Post says, in reply to
the vestry, that be n. .cr celebrated the hoi v com
munion in any ot.et robe, and ats that i.ishop
Kip assured hii.i that would not interfere with
him in any of the peculiarities of M. James Parish.
It will be r.-nemlM'te.! that the Rev. Mr. Kagan
wir this vestment on one occx-iou about a year
as, and ws severely censured for doing so ; was
ven pronounce.1 a Jcsut' by some persons, whoso
ignorance of what is prop,-r.-d them to act with
trreatest irreverence and disrespect towards the
Kj.-r.-d myteries of the altar."
This - ritualistic" movement has prevailed for
some years In KngUnd, by egres asstiming the
rhaer.f Puseyism. and eventually tl.at ol Roman
Catholicism, which is undoubtedly better than any
of these would-be balf-H ay-iins between I'roU-at-ants
and tV believers in the Pope.
I said ! have been lately discovered, some
tenty degrees to the northward of the Sandwich
td.in.ls, and 1,I:.h miles due -.-st fnm this port.
p''iilat..rs. of whom there are thousands here
''"Iy f r any rh.nirr. immediately started the idea
"n the street tbt this i.-Iand. Laving been disco v
' ri d anl (of rourse) taf;en rMion of by an
ricari skipper, was American projH-rty, and
md.-r the American Flag; a joint stock com
w xa immeiliutely formed here to find and
I'os...M.,n of the new i.-Iand. and the ti.-ws-pap-rs
et forth in glowing terms that, if a harlor
ean be f. nnd, a coaling station will be establislied
''er.. fr ,, .atjfic yxxl Steamship Company's
'i'ie. The joint st.Kk cone rn aforesr.id dispatcht-il
tie si.h..ner Ts-tk (ominous name). Capt. WoimI
s'ld. s. an old vaman. and a reputed careful navi
g ttor. It A furtl.r iat the Steamship Cm
l'ny win shortly send the schooner A.'.7..u tevljr,
X. to the sam.' place, with the view of
a : -ite f r ,i coalinrr h:irlor for Ihe China
f!rjTs. It would l funny if thin whole story
aiiotit tin- new i-laiij hliouli turn out to lie ;ilioux.
It soems Mranre. to say the least, that an island
Coiiltl lie lit lln; latitiKle and Ionilii.l.: uieiitmned
without ever having been f illen in with by
whaler or ships bound to this ort. Our ieode
are not t-a-ily sold, and if they are thi-s time, they
won't object to owitiir somebody "one." liesides
the above two vessels, the schooner Citrofiim Mills.
which some time ago touched at your port on her
way to and from Wuke Island, on a wrecking ex
pedition, has sailed in search of the same terra
Japan and the Steamer Colorado.
A flipper i-hip called the Na Kln-j, recently ar
rived here foni Japan, bringing later advices.
The Japanese, unlike the Mexicans, appear to as
similate themselves ciuite readily to the habits and
C-istoms of civilization. A gentleman who went
out in the Ptearuer Jhnnnuit, has made an oll'.-r to
the authorities to light the city of Yokohama with
gas, which has been favorably received. The
Pacific Mail .Steamship Company's steamer ('!or'nlu
was met by the .Se Kiwj, one day tint from Japan,
reporting twenty-five days in making her second
trip to Yokohama. The opinion expressed by
H'me tdd shipmasters is that she could do it in
i twenty day via Honolulu, and eventually the
st-iii-r.-i will go your way. Sp-;tkiiijr of the
"continent," reminds me of
Mexico Poor Distracted Mexico.
The Kepublican and Church parties have pretty
nearly torn all the life out of the coi.utry. The
former are now decidedly in the ascendant, having
beaten the unfortunate Austrian l'rince, Maximil
ian, and his (ienerals, who, with true Austrian
stupidity, allowed himself to be duped info ven
turing on the Cactus Throne, by the arch schemer.
Napoleon. Max is a j.risoner. and. ere this. 1111-
doubtedly a martyr to his own folly. The Mexi-
cans are blood thirsty and unscrupulous they
think no more of shooting a man than or killing a
dl,, articularlv if t.oliticallv obnoxious. A
Frenchman, or one who comes in that jruiae, as
did Max, is marked at once.
Whoever first coined that expressive phrase de
serves to be remembered by posterity. Mexico, by
J the nature of things, must drop into the lap of our
venerable I tide framucl, and it is only u ipicstion
of " which ami tother " between her and Canada.
The young giant appeals to think himself ijuite
strong enough to take care of the whole continent.
Fire in Idaho City.
To return nearer home. The young Territory of
Col. .ratio has experienced a great loss by fire. On
the l"lh of May, nearly the entire city of Idaho,
consisting of about four hundred and fifty build-
ings. was dstroyed by an uceidental fire, find the i
os.s is estimated at $1,000,000. The Ligh wind
prevailing at the lime, rendered it
oli.-L 1 1 nAint.rf. a mi at ll.ii4.lilu. iu iuy rwo..!.
lection, have high winds, but seldom or no lire.
You are either lucky or careful which?
Otherwise Sam. Clemens, who jiaid you a visit !at
year, is making his "mark" in New York. He is
lecturing about vol", making the islands his pecu-
j liar hobby. On his arrival in the city of Gotham
a number of Californians mid others assembled at
the Metropolitan Hotel, where of course there was
a fe.ist of reason and a How of soul. They wel
comed him as "the celebrated California humorist
and journalist' and wished him well in respect
to his lecture at Cooper Institute.
On the following Monday evening, Mark made
Lis first appearance at Cooper Institute, before a
New York audience of betwi-en two or three thou
sand persons. A letter writer to the Union of
Sacramenb says :
" The lecture was the same one delivered in San
Francisco and subsequently in SL Louis, relating
Mark's experiences iu the Sandwich Islands, and
the popular verdict appeared to be ihat the lec
turer had achieved a success. Considering the
magnitude of the task to which a person addresses
himseir in attempting to entertain so large an audi
ence by his own unaided powers of wit and con
versation, and the very high expectations which
had been raised for him by the efforts of his Cali
fornia friends in I his city. Mark has every reason
to be satisfied with ike success of his first etlbit.
Some of his wit was a little coarser than our lecture-room
had been accustomed to. und many quiet
lovers of a good j.'ke were amazed and confound
ed at the impudence nnd freedom of this wild
Californian. The ll-rnhl, Times and Unll give
first rate notices of the all'air, but the Trihnne,
through some blunder, failed to get its report in
due season and appears without any comments on
the lecture. I understand Clemens proposes to
repeat the lecture next week, and probably again
before he starts on his llistern expedition. His
book, the "Jumping Frog," etc.. is out and having
a srood sale, tine of the best hits made by Mark
Twain last evening was in advertising this book
at the conclusion of the lecture. He commenced
in a stammering way to speak of a contract which
be had made that day with the publisher he had
been offered, he said, two dollars to puif this book
before this audience, and closed a very comical
allusion to its merits by an exhibition of a large
printed poster, embellished, as he said, with a
portrait of the publisher a frog roio mU."
A Blubber-hunter's Story.
A late New I)edford paper gives the following
description of a meeting with an ugly customer of
a Mperui whale, in the South Atlantic, which will,
doubtless, be of interest to the .-pouters who fre
quent your Sunny Isles. Capt. Mallory must be
known to some of tLctn.
"About 7.00 miles northwest from .-"t. Nicholas,
we saw whales close to the ship ; lowered the boats
as soon as pos.-ible, and s.M.n the second mate
struck a large w bale. In a few minutes the third
mate struck and pot stove. The whale then went
to the second mate and knockitl the bottom out of
his boat- The first mate then brought the third
mate' aud Lis crew to the ship. 1 then sent him off
tr. I.rin-r the second mate and his crew to the ship
as quick as possible, as I saw the w hale was intend
ing mischief. In the meantime the whale was at
work on the starboard boat, and soon made a bad
boat of her. After getting all hands on board, the
first and second males, being anxious to try him
again, went off. but didn't get a chance to kill hiul.
In fact they had as much as they could d. to keep
clear of him ; and seeing that he was a dangerous
customer. 1 called the boats on board.
-Not liking the idea of being ih-w by a whale. I
concluded to go at him w ith the ship ; got all ready
and made for him. (letting near.be turned and
came for n-, striking the ship on her port bow with
Lis jaw. his bead coining in contact with the cut
water, knocking it off and tearing off considerable
copper and sheathing. The shock he gave the ship
was beavv. taking some of the men t.ff their feet,
and "iving them considerable of a fright Had the
whale struck the ship fair he would have gone
throii 'h her a easily as a cat would tliroiigh w et
l.-iper? Abnt the lime he struck I gave him a
bomb, but did not kill him. So I went at him
a-ain. This time he did not seem to like the taste
of the ship, an.l so got out of the w ay as fast as he
c.nld. As he passed. I gave him another bomb
and two lances, but these tailed to kill bitu. Again
1 tried him. but be kept clear of ns.
"It being late. I sent a boat off to make the
wreck or the starboard boat secure to the line, to
act as u drag, and went after the waist boat, now
five miles to the leeward. After getting her on
board (it being then dirk) I worked to the wind
ward all night, and the next morning saw hnu
again, with the wreck of the bo it still fast to him.
ACt 0 . M.. we lowered two b .ats well manned,
and went at him. Alter a hard tusel. we got hitn
irt.V thr rurf of' frifhih. and took him alongside.
He wns a very large whale ; the larger, I think. 1
ever saw-. Hut ht was vrv poor. I pot 1 15 barrels
out of him ; h.tl ! Ijccn fa!. ht wouM have made
1 j(l barrel.-! ay. His lenjih was CS feet : sjiread
of flukes, 1C feet 2 in. lies : and l-iiLrtti of iaw IS
( feet 4 inches. I found on cutiintr him in. that his
j jaw was badly shuttered by his laid on our bow.
1 lost in the lisiht one boat entire with all her traps.
except the gun and line; in all 1U oars, one sail,
paddles, buckets, tubs. Ac."'
His Ex. C. C. Harris uud family sailed for New
York in the steamer S-j.cr.tmcido. on the 30th of
May. Hon. T. F. Wilson, late United States Vice
Consul, with his wife, also took passage.
l'or the Bteamer CoiistllulUm. w hich sails on the
10th. the follow ing Honoluluans are booked : J. C.
l'llnger, wife, two children and servur.t ; G.
Rhodes and wife, and Miss lbbotson. Abo. Jas.
C. King, wife, two children and servant.
K. I A DAMS.
Aottiuuecr aud tonuuRsion Mrrrbaut,
F1UK PROOF STOHK,
In KbluMu' ISuilfliii jf . (turra Strrrl.
C S. IIAUTOW,
Snlra Room on Quern Street, one door from
L I TOKIJKKT,
OITice North west corner of Queen au-l Fort Streets, Honolulu.
W. X. liADI),
luiportrrand Uralcrlu H.irdnjtrr. t ntlery, Mfthanlrs'
Tools, and Agricultural luiplcuiruts,
631 Foil Siren. ly
A I. EX. J. CAIlTWfllUIIT.
Ceniiulssioo Mrrrltant and (icnrral Shipping Agcut,
Kl Honolulu. Onku. ly
Til. C. II KI CK,
Crnrral Coiiiiiiissiiiii .Mrrrhant,
Dealer la Mlues, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
637 Ilouolnlu. ly
II. II A V K F F. I, 1 Si. C Om
Central CoiiidiK-Iou Agents,
JO II X' THUS. WATKRIIOUSE.
Importer aud Dealer la beueral Jlrrrliandise,
bKl Qui-en Street, Honolulu. ly
C. U. tKWiliSi J. a. DlCHiOS.
LKWF.KS Si OICKSOX.
Dealers in Lumber and Ilnildlng Materials,
631 Fori Street. ly
fell). IIOFFSCIll.AKi; & CO.,
Iinportrrsand CoiumNsloii Mertliants,
Corner of Fort uul Mrrrhual Slrreli.
K. O. II ALL. Jc SOX.
; Importers and Dealers lu Hardware. Dry Goods,
fnMtM9 fJ., in.f Oenrrat yirrck indite
Corner r-rl an.l hui); Ms.
JAXIOX. UHF.KX Ai CO.,
Importers aud Commission Merrhanfs,
la the Firel'roor llail(iiuii, Huceu Street.
AFOXCi Si AClll'C'K,
Importers. Wholesale aud Retail Dealers In General
Merrliatidise and Chinese Goods.
Fire proof Store,
L'nder the Pul.lic Hall.
GF.OKGK O. HOWK,
Draltr la Kednood. .Vorthwest Lumber, Shingles,
Doors, Sash, II! i nils, alls, Paiuts, lie.
Jit his Old Stand, Fort street, on the Esplanade.
KV1LLK JL It A Kit KTT,
Planters and (General Store keepers,
Keopuka, North Kona, Hawii,near Kealakeakua Bay. Island
lr-j.luce Iwuht. Ships supplied with Wood, lieef and
Agent at Honolulu, A. 8. CLF.UIIOKN. 66T Iy
J. S. WALKER. 8. C. ALLEN"
V AI.KF.lt Si AI.LKX,
Shipping and Coinniission Jlerrhants,
675 HONOLc'LC, II. I. ly
I). X. FL.ITXKK,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and start
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
Hue watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered aud adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
631 hand and for sale. ly
I) C. WATKRMAX A- CO..
Kspeetal attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
- the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Kxchange, Oil,
Hone, Ueneral Mcrchiuidise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaao Howlasd, Ja. & Co., New Bedford
W. U. K. Pope, Ksy.. do.
MiiKiiAN.ToSB Co. Baa Fraucisco.
J. C. Mkkkii.l & Co, do 631-ly
CHAS. B. BISHOP. W. C. HALS TOM.
UISIIOI Si CO., Ilaukera,
Otliet, iu the eat corner of Makee'a Clock,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Kills of Exchange on
The Bask of CaliKoks - Par. Francisco.
Messrs tiBisxBM.. Mis & Co., New York.
- Leks if Wali.br, - - New York,
Hesbt A. Pbibck, & Co.. - lloston.
Tkkbost National Bank, lloston. Moss.
Obikntal Hank CokrOBATio5. London.
Will receive dcposlts.Jucount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting-, etc. 6ol ly
A. S. C LEGHORN,
Dealer la General Merchandise, Hrt-proof Store,
Comer Kanbuninnn n ul (Brra St.,
(pMwte .Mnkee's lllock.)
Also. Retail esUblishment on Nuuano street, above King.
XT Island Produce bought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to. MI ly
Import? rs tnd Commission 3Irrchaats,
Jjrnts fur the Habbi-bch-Bbbiocx Fibb Inscbaxcs Co.
Kaiwiei SrGAB Plastatiob,
Tuaav Scab Plantation.
OrsTAV C. Mklcbeks, 3. D. Wickb, F A. Pouakpeb,
Bremen. llonolula. Honolulu.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
rarticnlar attention id to the purchase tnd sale of Hawaiian
I.rferi by permission t-
Me,r. C. A. Williams X Co. Messrs. C. Hrewer St Co..
M. tfr. Castle C'.s.k-. Messrs. H. Ilwkfeld fo..
Messrs. 1. C Wa'.ermaa.... Messrs. C. L Richards A; Co.
tAX'L . CASTLS. i. B. ATHKRToN. AMOS 8. COOXB.
CASTLE Si COOKE.
Importers and ten oral Merchants,
Io Fireproof t?tore, King street, opposite the Seamen's Chapel.
Also. Asoiits for
pr. Jaynes tVMrat.-d Family Medicines,
W heeler tr Wilson's ewinc Machines,
The Kolula Susar Company.
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The New York Ph'-nix Marine Insurance Company.
O B. W.M.O.
JOXES JL WOOD,
Grocers and Ship Chandlers,
LA1IAIN A, MACI.
Money and Recruits fumishe.1 to Ships on Favorable Term.
ALLEN A. CO XIV ..,
Will continue the Oen-ral M.-rchaiidie:1Tid Shipping business
at th"alove port.wh. re they are prepared lo furnish
the justly celebrated Kawaihae I'ntatos, and
such other r-cruits as are required
l.y whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the in st reasonable terms.
Xf iro -w o o rl o xx XX i. xa d
JOHN S. MftiKKW, M. I).,
l'liyirl.iu iird Sfirsrnn.
Office Over Vr. K 1! dr. inn'i ft 115 store, corner of Ka.ihu
IDhihi .in.l Mi rclisnt Mi , u 1 oite the ost t.MKee.
Offick lloi-ks From S to 10 A. M.; from 3 to 5 l. M.
Kkjikcxck Emma HkI'sk" ox -Adam t. i0'J ly
A. C. JUFFfM. M.I)..
I'hy-itian and Snrjri'on,
Office ar.il HesiJence, AMrich Ilnu-e, Fort, street.
Phxsitian. snr-eou and ltrontheur.
Fort St, cpiviite C. K. Williams' Furnium-Wan-rooms. WH ly
!.. J. MO XT S.M ITIi;
Office corner of Fort anil Hotel treetr.
K. 1 1 0 F FM A .V. M . I).
IMi 5 -Irian and Surircon,
Corner Merchant anil K.uihuiunno t., near 1'ostofTice. 531 ly
Attnrney and Coansellor at Law.
OiQVe on luicn Mre t, opiKile Uie Court House, up stairs,
A. F. Jl DI,
Attorney and (ouiifllitr at Law,
Corner of Kurt aii'l Merchant fins ts.
JOHN II. I'ATl'.
Honolulu, II. I. Office at the ltui.k of Iti-hop Jb Co. 654 6m
12. F. UIILKKS,
Dealer iu Dry CouN, Silks, &f.,
CUl Nil IIOON. YOl'NO SHKONO
ciirxej iioo.v X co.
fonimlssion Merchants find beueral Agents,
Agents for Uie I'.-iukiia ami Amaisilu Sucar I'lnntation Im
porters fl Teas atnl other Chiiese anil Foreii;u Goods
anl wholesale ilealers iu UaumiaD I'roiluce,
la New Sloiic More. X iiuiu 11 St.. below Kiujf.
Dealers lu Grorrries, I'.rrnd aid brni'rai Merrhaadlse,
.V. R. Curner of Fort and h'iag t reels.
57 i l
M. S. OKIMJAl'M Si CO..
Importers and Wholesale l.-alcrs in Fa!iiouable
(lothing, Hals. Caps. Ibuits and Shoes,
And every vari.-ty of Ocntleuu-n's superior r'urriishing Goods
Store fi.rn-rly occupied oy W. A. Aldricu,
613 Makte'n iioc-,r at. ly
Ship ( haudler, Dealer iu Gcirral Merrliaudlse, Island
. . . .!...
iTouute, ac. auu oiuiiiimoii .urrruaui.
Ityron'M Itny. Ililo. S. I..
Will L-.m. .iwtt.iillv lonul ni e.-liii4ive assortment of evtrv
description of V.h.U r--.uir.l by ships und other..
The highest price pivcii r Island Produce.
XT Money advanced lor Uil.s -l Eohaxii!e at reasouah'.e rates.
C. L. KICHAHDN Si CO.. j
Ship CiiauJIers attiil Cotiiniiiou Merrhaufs, aud
Dealers lit General lcrrh.uilie,
Keep constantly on hand a full asiortment of merchandise, for
the supply ol Whi.U rs ami Merchaut vessels.
T1IK XKWSPAPKIt KCOKOA,
Published Weekly in tlitll.iwailr.il Language.
It has the larKtsL circulation in the croup, and ij rca.i both
by Hawaiians ami Forei)Oieis. Price $ a year in ad-
Vance. Advertisements ranslale.1 into llawa-
iian free of chane. Olli--e in South
GCO corner of fca-lor's Home. lv
J. WOH. T II.
Dealer in .ett r;il MerVhandist,
III.O. Hawaii... .Ships sniili-d with reci-uits at the shortest
notice, on reasonable ternw. Hills of exchange wanted.
6vii ly j
SUUKMAS PECK. fl. A. P. IAUTKH.
C. BKKWEIt 4i CO.
Coinniission and Shipping .Merchants,
llouolulii. OllllU. H. I.
Or Ikr lioition aud Hnolulu Pnckrt Line.
For the M it bee, Wnili.liu Ilium I'lnutntionw
For lite Purrhnnr unit Sule of lalitml Produce.
Jons M. Hoop, Esq ....
Chas. IIkkwkk, & Co i
JawrsHl'N.sewki.l, Esi. J
J. ;. Mkkkill & Co.
K. It. SwtiN A: Co.
Chi. WoLCOTT BaOOKS
j LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT.
C' OXTIXIES THE Itl'SIXESS OX II IS OLD
PUm of settling with Otliccrs iiid Seaaiin imim-diately on
j their Shipping at his Otlice. Ila ing no connection, either
! direct or indirect, with any outflttiii; establishment, and allow
! ing no debts to be collected at hue. (lire. ,c hopes to give as
! good satisfaction in the luture as In has in the past.
I y Ullice on Jas. itoiunsoti i; o. s vtnarr, uenr tne t.. g.
CouMilate. 6M 3m
WIiiliteyN 3tolv 81 ore !
IJ Y LATE AIT Tt I VA L S
NEW YORK AM) SIN" FRANCISCO.
ASSORTED SIZED CDPTIXG PRESSES
2. and Stanls,
Assorted sized C:ish Boxei, Bill liead Boxes,
Bill H-ioks, Pen Rack.
Slate Pencil-., La.l lencils.
School Slates, armp llo-iks,
HcrbariuTus. Twine Boxes,
Mulle.1 Twine, Tooth picks
I superior nam l ap rarer.
tuiicriir ruleil can paiwr.
fcuK.rn r plain k-tter sarnr.
ruperinr rule.1 etter psper.
Assorted note pavr. Bill head paper.
Muic p tpep,
Setts Chess men,
Checker and dice,
Mathem iticat InstrumcntJ.
Assorte.1 s'zed blotting pa-l.
Outta p-'rcha pen h'-l.lcr.
Washinetr n .Me-laili-.t -ns.
Fairchild"s sujKrii-r p-..l ns.
Ivory ps-er holdrrs.
Fancy p-r holders,
West-wibolm's P-i-.kniViS, Clurlton's mucilage,
liuila i-ercha bauds. Line's rulers,
David's black, Muand carmine in.s. Maynarl & Ncyes' inks.
AnioM's inks, ai-ru-d pii.s.
Asi .tti.il ink Stan.!. Ass.-rted h n cleaners,
l'hotoj-.iphic Albums, Propeller mc.ls,
I'encil It aais, c'ray-.iis.
,1 jinf o.vs. Wwi' i.t f ;'( A- H""l. x.
(.'u.i.' ts"l'tiii nt '1 J.trt!- -y..
.Irci. i .' '.'oA.i-. J'tt.-i j7 .U-xik.,
On!- r .'.y.A.s.
Mum's j'rri lima t LiUr 2.'As.
I.tp uitd J.'ltir I'iij -i nnd l'- .
J.i!l r oi.d t'.ird ll'','. !.t.
M mor-indit U.k I'.tsx Tiiv.ks.
Camel's hair c-pyiui brushes. C'ivi,niii..ii car.) franies,
V. S. !''. aga s!itnp, L. tter ca!rs,
C , Ice. I;r.. Jt...
AfiREKM i: N T It L A X K S.
nLAXK FORMS OF AGREKMEXT RE.
i-i n Mat-r.: an I ffrvAiii., the u'7 aui hoiix.s) i..rm
Price JOi er l)uen.
: sale l y II M WHITNEY
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
I'MIKKSIO'KD ACKXTS OK TIIF.
iiove Cmi:iny, have leen nuthoriiM to injure risk on"
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
1 by COASTEKs from Honolulu to all jhtis of the Ilawaiiaa
i tiroup, hiiU vice vera.
I ;s ly II. 1IACKFKL3 CO.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
j National Insurance Company,
I t)mC"- N- 40S Montgomery Street, near California.
A It I F. I.VSl'KANC'K upon Hulls. Cur-
i" M roes, Trenaure, Coiuinision, I'rulU, anil other suljects
of M trine Insurance, to and in m all poru in the worlil, iniaiia
j MAHINK KISKS on Coasters. Also, on Freight, Cu-go, kc,
I to ami from all inter-i.-laml portu insure-l against.
FIKK lN!l"KANCKu.n ISuiMinirs, Mercl.amlise, Furniture.
: Itents, Vessels in Tort auj their Curgoes, ami other Insurable
C APITAL, (PAID I P) E MILLION DOLLARS.
Losses promptly adjusted aud paid in lulted States
WILLIAM I'l KRC K, .
D. W. C. THOMPSON,
W. VV. VVIjJX5, . .
A MOS NOV IS, . .
. . rresi.lont.
. . Secretary.
Erecutivt Committee :
' ALKKHT IiIItllLKE, Chairman. JOS. A. DONOIIOK. R. 0.
j SNEATII. JOHN O. ltltAY. A Kit AM BLOCK,
j N. II. Particular attention to Fire Insurance on Dwellings,
I Churches, Furniture, &c.
C. URIC YY K II Si. Co.. Agenls,
j 673 Co Honolulu.
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San. Francisco, California.
Cash Capital, $1,000,000.
II. II. B HIE LOW
J. M. SHOT WELL,. . ..
C. A. LATON,
IIIK U.VDERSIGXEI). THE
A FT II OR-
ized Agents of this coniany are preitared to insure risks
On Cargo, Commissions and Profits !
: In Vessels either in the Forrigu or InterIalnnl
I Trailr. Will issue
I Fire and Marine Time Policies
Covering risks ou l'uliiic lluiljin?s, Mores. Hwellinx Houses,
urnit"r?' u"'"1? in ",aua - liuiia of Vessels not
rutn.K lower than A. 2.
, ., , , , , ., . .,
N- B. Policii furnehed at once without the delay of for-
! wanlinR applications to San Fraucisco.
; F"r of premium and particular, apply to
674 ly UISHOP & Co., Agents.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
I apiHiinu-d eiiis for the San Fraucisco Hoard of I niler-
The Cnlifornia Insurnnce C'ompnny,
The Mcrcliiints Mutual .Marine Insurance,
j T,,w Icilic Insurance CompUliy,
: The Cn liforil iu Kloyds, Hlld
I The 11 Oine 31 II t U it I IllSUntllCC Company.
I ... ... , .. . ...
I .ep leive to iniorm ji:iers oi ,esseis aim ine puoiic cener-
J ally that all losses sustained on VKSSKI and CARGOES,
I insured by either of the almve Companies against perils of tne
. .as and other risks, at or near the Sandwich Islands, will hare
; to Ih? verified by them.
: 673 3m
II. IIACKFKLO & Co.
J. D. WICKE,
AGENT FOR THE Hit KM EN BOAkD OF UNDERWRITERS
A 1.1. AVERAGE CLAIMS AGAINST SAID
j. Underwriters, occurring in or about this Kingdom, will
have Pi be certitied before him. 663 ly
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
mllE t'XOERMUXEl) HAVING BEEX
JL apjK.inteil Agents for the above company, beg leave to
' ni'orm the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts of the
II. HACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1S62. 671 ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
raiilE UNDERSIGNED, Agents or the above Com
M. pany,are prepared to insure risks arainst fire in and
almut Honolulu. For particulars apply at the office.
MELCHERS ft CO.
Honolulu Oct. 11.1857 . 631-ly
THE EQI ITUILE LIFE ASSIUAXCE SOCIETY,
No. 92 Broadway, New York,
a s d
THE UNITED STATES CASUALTY INSU
06 Broadway, New Yore.
UNDERSIGNED HAVING R E E N
oiiited A O E N T of the aliove named Companies,
Is prepan-d to receive applications for tlft i.VSIKJ.Mt
in a Company whose "success is unparalleled iu the history of
To issue Policim for CASUALTY I.VSURAyCE in the
only Mutual Accident Company in America.
666 ly M. B. BECKWITH.
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE COMP'Y
rilllr: UNDERSIGNED. AGEXTS FOR THE
M. above Company, have recently received instructions to re
duce the Rate of Premium on Stone and Brick Buildines and on
Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies on more favorable terms than heretofore.
Risks taken on Buildings Machinery, kc. on Pucar Planta
tions. J ANION, l.REEN tf Co.,
515-ly A (rents.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of frsit.ii Franclico.
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING HE EN j
appointed agents fur the above Company, beg leave to I
inform the public that they are r.ow prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT and TREASURE.!
637-ly WALKER & ALLEN. j
THE IIRITISII AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y. j
CAPITAL, ONE MILLION STERLING, j
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool. j
Agksts at Honolclc, ;
JANION, GREEN i. Co. i
kes risks on goods only and not on
Tn.VT snorLD BE
IN EVERY MAN'S LIBRARY, ;
TO BE HAD AT j
Y II 1TX KIT'S nnKSTKI2 !!
OSMING'S HISTORY OF THE AMERI-
A CAS KElifcl.LI.jN. To be cmpleted in 3 Vols.
Vol. 1 !
received and for sale Price J5.
Uarr's Iii?try '-f the American Rebellion.
To be completed
in 3 els. ol. 1 now ready Price t ..
Grant and las Campaigns.
Sherman and his Campaigns.
Anecdotes cf the American War.
Sin;oii"s History of the Army of the Potomac.
Cf Bin's Four Years of Fighting.
Li.'e and Times of Abraham Lincola.
Bowles' Trip Across the Continent.
, . Rii-h.ir lscn's Field, Dungeon and Ec.
rri'V; Ii.i-tioii.irv of Arts anil Manuf icturi s.
II . F1SCI1KK,
Fort Street, opposite O.M F.-ll..w's Hall Honolulu, II. I
Cah.net Maker anil French l'ulisher. Hotel Street, near th
Krus Store of J . Mott tth Co. M-t-Iy
COBXER OF FORT AM MERCHANT STREETS,
a HOXOLVLU. H. I.,
lT Where h wilt be tountl ready to atten.l to all customers
rVv3 in his line. 675 610
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper nd Cxnugor i
At the Old Stand, corner of king aud bethel Streets.
A Large Stock of Oil, SIIOOKS and all
kinds of Coopering Mnlrrinla CON
STANTLY ON HANI. He hopes l.y attention
to business to merit a continuance i f the at
ronaire which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for
which he now returns his thanks. 67 dm
JOHN NOTT & CO..
Copper and Tin Smiths, Ornamental Iron
flUKG PLEASl'KE IX A X XOCXCIXC TO
M. the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Copper Work, consisting in part cf stills, stkikk pans, w.
cura pass, worms, etc., etc.
We would also inriie attention to our tterns for okxamkm
tal irom RAikiNC, suitable fi-r building or cemetery lots, wlorh
we can furnish at reasonable prices. Also, llight and Left
Hand Screws for tightening wire fence.
ALL KINDS OF RIPAIKiyO DONK WITB SKATS KVS AND DISPATCH.
Onlers from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop on Kaahuinanu St., une dour aUve Flilner's. 6.1 Cm
K. DSLKMAR. i. CASK.
E. DELEMAR Co.,
PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS.
669 Kaahuraanu St., Honolulu, II. I. ly
J. H. WSCKE,
Ca"biii.et Maker !
ALACKA STBKKT BELOW TBK THBATRK.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
f fl King Street, Opposite the Bethel.
Honolulu, II. I.
J A M E S ; O Ij I) S T O N E ,
t OR.ER OF tyUEEy J.Vi) RICHARDS STREETS
XT Ships' Bread rehaked at short notice. XX
Manufacturer of FURNITURE of all De
scriptions. PLANING. SAWING AND TURNING DONE
Mouldings of all kinds constantly on Hand.
BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, between Nuuano
and Maunakea streets. 631-ly
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Shop ou the Esplanade, opposite the Court Ilouse.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Mannfattnrer, Importer aud - Dealer la Farnltare
Of Every Dtsci iption.
Furniture Wareroom on Fort street, opposite U. D. Morgao't
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand.
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 630-1 y
it o n k irFTj etx.
Boot jrxAcl aiioo IVIalLor I
Hotel Htrrrt, between Alakea nnd
ISoots mid !!IlOC.(
M.-vIe and repaired in a workmanlike manner. 646 ly
F. II. & .$UEL.KjEi,
Tinsmiths and Plumbers,
jVuuuitu Street, near the Wharf 8TOVE8 and LEAD PIPB
alwaystip hand. Jobbing of all kinds attenileil to. A5V iy
G. W. NORTON &. Co.,
CM)PI.KS WJ UAVUVAIS,
ON THE ESPLANADE,
First Door above the Custom-house,
Honolulu. II. I.
5000 BARRELS A Ely A Mi OLD OIL CASKS. 6g-ly
Catholic Church Premises, HoeoIuIu,
HAVING LATELY RETURN
ED from tan Fraucisco
With a .ew Stock of Materials,
lie is 2'repartd to llryiir
WATCHES. CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
500 With promptness and dispatch. ly
TAS. A. IU KIMCIi,
COOPER AND CAUCEFI,
Continues the business
At Lis Old Stand on the Esplanade.
All wors: done with care, and orders promptly attended to.
5-10 Chakuks MuDeuate. ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
ny WILLIAM II. IIUDDV, ut Leleo.
HAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the beat Yellow, Brown nnd
While SO A 1. -ALSO-
WOFT A.rvi OIL SOAP,
In arpe or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Soap grease always wanted. 647 ly
H 0 N 0 LULU SOAP WORKsT
15 Y W. J. RAWLINS.
rWMIE PROPRIETOR OF THE A ROVE
I Works is prepared to supply his customers, md the pub
lic in general, with the best quality V El, LOW fcOA P.
SOFT SOAP nlwnya on hand.
Thk Highest Pkice paid fob Soap Obease. 642 ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform the public that he is prepared to cast
and flnish all kinds of brass and comosition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rales.
XT AH kinds ofship and plantation wcr' furnished on short
IT Constantly on hand, hose eoupj.ns of the following,
tiles : t, . 1, lj, 2 and iij. AI50, oil cr.ps and gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
534-ly King street.
ROBERT NEWCOMB & CO.,
Met chant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
I'lniu null Ornninenliil ltindini: executul at short
631 notice aud reasonable terms. ly
.1. I. UICUES.
IMPORTER Si MANUFAC-
TL'KER of all kind of Saddlery, Car- C--jL
riae Triciminj;, Mattress making
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
XT A II orders promptly attended to
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu 618-1 y
Hawaiian IVIarriage Certificates.
IJRICE I. PER DOZEN.
CALCULATED TO SCORE FROM 120
t-.ily" Fa)ueU:eit. 7. Cents to 1 .50 eneh.
For talc by It. M. WHITNEY
SPERM AND WHALE OIL.
jplOXSTA XTt.Y OX HAXDnl FOR SALK
"4W b y t
UAIikEI. or t.JLl.O.S at
BOLLES k- Co's.
4000 HENRY RIFLE CARTRIDGES !
IO R SALE 1JY
Ao7 Uiu L. L. TORRKIiT.
Wiiitloir alaM lor Sale.
A LL SIZES FROM 7x9 TO ttOvtO AT
i the very I -west ficure, by the nx or sinirh- U:ht
U Is TOKBESIT.
gJARD PINE llfctDIXG,
HARD PINK PLANK.
1 ami II Io:h.
11 Inch TAG.
1 1 inch surfaced.
I Inch Kr no ve.1.
II ARB PINK FWOKINW,
HARD PINE FLOORING,
HARD PINK DECK PLANK,
F or Sale by
I I.. TORRERT.
And Other Musical Instruments
TUX ED A X D REPAIRED
BY CHARLES DEUUY AT THK TUKATKR.
Lesson CItcu on Pimio nnd Cuilnis
654 Ih-st uf references given. ly
TTEW CROP, NOW COMING IN.
X w For 8lo by
C. BREWER & Co., agents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
CROP NOW COMING IN AM) FOR SALE
in quantities to suit purchasers by
3m C. BREWER h CO.
jTEW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Cuming In.
For Sale by
C. BREWER & Co., agents.
HA W A II AN SUGAR MILL, Crop ol ICC,
For sale in quantities to suit by
CASTLE A COOKE.
Coolie aud Extra.
For Sale In quantities to suit by A. 8. CLKUHORN,
633 ly Agent Honolulu Kioe Mill.
HAWAIIAN LEATHER !
Sole and Saddle Leather, and Tanurd Goat Skins.
For Sale by
633 ly A. 8. CLEG HORN, Agent Waimea Tannery.
SAMUEL C. WILDER,
POST OFFICE ADDRESS,
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
OF THE KOIIALA SUGAR COMPANY,
For sale in quantities to suit by
670 6m . CASTLE Is. COOKE.
II. Cornwrll Si Son, Proprietors.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
CmOM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE-
M. in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
GEO. C. McLKAN, Agent.
JkJEW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!.
670 3m For sale by C. BREWER ft Co. agents.
KAI AVI 111 l'LANTATIOrv.
Sugar and Molasses !
jfNROP 1800.NOWCOMINU IN AND FOB
sale to quantities to suit by
MELCHERS ft CO.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET..
KOU'T I). MORC'AN.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
wc. , lurnisneit to order. boiiiy
HONOLULU, II. I.,
King Btrest, opposit the Bethel.
K. ASECJUT, Proprietor.
A'Ati STREET. HOyOLULU. bM-lf.
VOLCANO HOUSE I
CRATER OF KILAUEA,. HAWAII.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NnwfJ-
open for the reception of f 1 ''tf
Visitors to the Volcano !
Who may rely on finding
COM FORT A RLE ROOMS, A GOOD TABLE
AND PROMPT ATTF:NDANCE.
Experiment Guide, for the Crater always la
Steam and Sulphur F.Mhs, Horses StaUei aid
brained If ltetlrtd.
Parties visiting the V drano via Ililo can promts animals
warranted to make the journey, by applying to 1. 11. liitcfc
cock, Ksqr., Ililo.
664 ly J. L. RICIIAJtDSON ft Co.
A NEW WORK BY ELLIS.
Tbe American Mission in the Sandwich Islands,.
.-I Vindiwdion and an Appeal
In relation to the
Proceedin'js vj the U'fvrmtd Ouiliolia Mission at
Br Rev. Wm. Ellis.
Reprinted from the London Edition.
SI iu Boards-SO Cent. Iu Paper Cover..
For Sale by 11. M. WIllTNET.
GIFTS FOR ALL SEASONS,
GIFT BOOKS, or every desirable style, sir and prtoe. In
cluding rich bound gilt edge Morocco and other binding
Among them works on Poetry, Love, Music, Romance, Re
ligion, 4c-, kc.
JUVENILE BOOKS The finest and most varied collection
of entertaining Juveniles ever offered here.
CHILDREN'S COLORED TOY BOOKH, cloth and papei.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS Inrludir-g all the latest stjles,
richly bound and ornamented with ainted and embossed edp
Pocket Albums. The assortment is unequalled in variety and
taste. I'ricxs (r'-oi $1 to
PHOTOGRAPHS, full size, plain atxl colored, suitable for
framing. A variety of Frames also on band.
rnOTOGRAPHS, framed in Panttpartout.
CARTE3 DE VIHTE, a collection of over 1,000.
PRANG'S COLORED CARDS, representing Birds Roses.
Flowers, Autumn Leaves, Ac, 4rc. The same in Albums.
GOLD PENS AND PENCIL CASES, of Leroy Fairchlld't
unrivalled make. The assortment embraces cases for ladies
ENGRA VING3 AND FRAMED PICTURES a choice, col
lection of plain and colored. Also, Picture Frames and Glass.
BOXES OF TOY ALPHABETS, Dissected Maps, Ac., kc.
TRANSPARENT ELATES for drawing, &c.
TAINT BOXES, of various sizes and quality.
CHESS MEN AND BOARDS.
LADIES' PORTFOLIOS and Traveliuz Writing Cncs.
PERSONS IN SEARCH OF
Useful, Durable Articles for Gifts,
WILL DO WELL TO
Examine the Assortment at the Bookstore of
bin II. M. WHITNEY.
. -.. . . .