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u rr bushed
Kvery Saturday iIorriiiii.
Cltf mm ! oaerla.llona.t.tt.OOas Vrar.
,30 tr Mix Monilsa.
FarIo Saoaerlollaaa. Y..OO a Tear.
jik,(un,ipUooiritftJIn-,''Jr part r
rfcas ? aanoro. which inctikles tha American and lla
t uiu l' An psr tar KmBM porta mbetr(l
jTrn-ip Jsnaan-lc X IIW puat-Bc, which Varica Iiu4 4 t-J
IrtU o rh sin! pipar.
Icwfitrfinu f At ASL Always i Abvascs.
j-y Cmaannir-moia finxa ail part of Utt Pacific will always
a tery aoerpbU.
PLAIN AND FANCY
DOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
rr 'LUTING. nr.S.M AND ADORE CARDS prioU.I
aa a Tu Card frw, to tbm lgbat stvkr al lit art.
Coafo A aril.
Pain's furnace a. .at aliUa aw aolvvr.
li.l'a Wmh apoa tha Sua d.h blow.
And aa ) Wart to arufiuah shiver.
Aaat lrabla al tha firry g ba- i
Aa4 ft I Woiapar, Aa Cml will !
And to kia aotlra Ira aoU atill.
II (Man Mil ty my heart, an ayalwl.
On Mu Hard anvil, aiaM an
Into kia Mi Stir ahapa I aval It
With kia grwat Uawrr, khw aa blow j
Ao.1 Jtt I rnhmymT, A Goal nol
Ami at kia aaavlsa alow k.l.l atiO.
II lakra m aitlWiwxl kart a U-ata it,
Tha aiaka ty mtt al rwry ktMr
IU toraa II Nrr aoj knla M,
Ami fc-ta II CpI awl aakra It w
Ami jut 1 hiapr, Aa Cat will
Aul'p kia axikiy kaod kll ai.tt.
Whj lkial4 I wmar ? (r llvt anrrow,
Tkua mJy lunrrr fcl wouM kw ;
lea rml amy nw, ami win, j-rorrw,
Whrw &i k.ta J'KM kia work la m ;
H. I mj. inwtinc, Aa UuJ will !
AoU, lnkti la Iba ra.1, kuil ati!L
I f kimlVa fr my pf.&t pofly
Affliction 'a rtoalna; 8r7 kraaj.
Ami aO kia kaiKt klnwa arv aorrlj
lodictaJ by a aiaatf-r kual ;
H I aay, pnjin. Aa Cl UI
AaJ knp la kina. anJ aaffcr alilL
EUROPEAN CORRESPONDED CE-NclC.
Paki4, Oct, 7lh, 18i7.
Te raltrml rxpolMcc Tnc TarL.
,T a rtit mnnj, the I'urk which urrouijd the
Eipmhion huHlin, cJvercl all over as It U with
ica m ila:u lv of atraao taml eurioua ohjectd airJ
boJLliag, mrw"nwea greater interest titau the I'al
cj with i att ciIIevtin vf beautiful and ahowy
thln. TIte vltaoge which tuok j.Iaco in thu
Pitrk in tlie ?jacc of a few months j-rwcnteJ pr
baps one of lite morTt uiarviloiw works of this
Ac if by magic, the barren ranly waste watt
covered over with innumerable building of every
ilie and style collect! front uiffercnt arts of the
gtube ; t!? Tvat Exhibition I'alace aroe iu the
miJft of it, covering over 23 turn of ground ;
garden) were Uid out aixl Lintel with every kind
f tree, herb and flowers; lakes were formed;
ranaing atreanu of vrater were introduced ; wa
Wrill were made; hills were thrown op; lare
and beautiful graM lawns apjican.il ; and foreeU
of treen. amnr wtuch trettr flower eardens were
S.!! It !v. t. t . rM kij L f.t 1 r int:k .vi.tAmtn
The Iark is finely laid out with pleasant walks
w uvli ng a ba I atnn tlie innumerable buildings
tattered here ami there. A week miht moet
p a(bly be spent here, as the days pass .rapidly
away one after another, and bat little pcems to be
ceoinplisheil. The lark is dividol into four
quartets', exiled the French, Enlioh, (jerwan and
BJiaa Q'a;rtcr, bordering oo those sections
h the great building from which they are named.
lata Freirrh Quarter the buildings mt wr
tti of a visit are the eitonnous green houses,
sAere one r n imagine himoelf in tlie tropics, tlte
fcntof II. I. 31. the Empress, the Swiss Cottoge,
t! tall Ught-housn, a Cliureh, anl a Tltcatre.
Brutes them? tfierc i the French Wur oRke Exhi
bition, extensive exhibition. of pottery, of caslr
BiTe ttarl, of ghuts. of p!ioti)fti!pture and
ftxvebin. Here, a large Iitkery, alive with buxy
w irkoien, is turning out those lng rolls six or
areo feet high ; there, the manufacture of gbss
ware is lieing earricvl on ; here, they are making
candles, and tliere the interesting process of the
nunafacture of ice ran Tie witnenred. This niut
h aa extcrotve intlustry Irrre, fr the city of
Pvis, m supplied with manufactured ice. Near
tlie borders of tlte Jx ine there w a huge tank filled
itb water; the practice of diving with various
k;mU f portus can be siren hero after laying
saiall entrance fee.
Dot irhably tlte nvxt interesting sights to the
curious million wlnj virit the Exposition are tlu;
aorine aiul frexh water .itariums. These arc
i coated in tlxr gardens, to enter which a tax of
ne franc i- deiaamJeil, much to the di.gust of
aany. Exteittive preparations were made for
tfte A'lariuius by tiu-owing up hills, excavating
Wp cavern iu the earth, introducing tlie water,
and forming cns-ads. Every kind of Csh and
water aniaial kimwii cun be mwn sporting about
m the water. One can wniIer aloul for hours
a these raves ndniirin the artificial stalactites
alwe his head, and the gas jets dancing in tlie
air; lift ning to the amusing exclamations of the
jsUing hupy crowd, and watching the curious
iihits of the fisli, chintz, oysters ami tlicir young.
Ia t!i IlritLdi Quarter imiuiwc Iaglitlstuxes '
are disputing with those in the Frersrh Quarter:
'r the greatest eonspicuity. Lor buildings
emiutting the public ami private 3Iunitions of
r are worthy of a tLit. In licrc is to seen a
krsetat which IK-r M:t-stj Crcd at Wimbldon,
Jlf 21, lSil. It U doubtless an object of curi-
y ami jrMe fc Englishmen, and it should
atnke terror to tle Is-art of Frenchmen, for it
" Hr Majifty to Ire a splendid shot !
That beaulilul Iocomtive 44 Anrrka" which
wnrie.! off the hon r of t!e Crt premium from
very other country, is to Ire seen Isre in a build
mi alnvait hid from sight.' It should have lecn
P't!l in tike 'ill. ry of labor ami machinery in
! ralace, so tlut the crowd would sec it, and
a great atrcngth ami beauty be rotitrastel with
from otlrcr ctruntries. For pbnof and
lomotivcs thcg.,ld metlal was" award.! to Aiuer-
Comnicntr) arc unnecessary. While walking
Jrwi?h the British Quarter, tfe familiar tuie of
' RJerma was !me to my cars on the breeze;
knowing in the direction of tlte sound. I came
"Pa a ehurt b in whi.h Etangt lii-ul s. rvi.-es in
farh were held five tiin.-s a day, on every day
tl week. The houe was m.iderately well
r thw ehureh there is a small octagfn buiM-
tile,! with bibles, testaments am! tracts in
""""J "rT1". whi.:h are given away to any one
rnmg tU sit.
ne frrn.Th engerly reeeive anything that L
' them, ami drubthw many leaves of the
,l Wlr Hu4 Matter-.1 thxouglsmt iVris, ir
Fr"' a 1 Eurtrpe. A grntlcmaidy tract
"triWtor wis at.aMl lirre, guessed from my lA
" Engli,!, was my native tongue, am! sent me
'ml fc, u,,. ,j,Lj mwre Rn y Vtnh trart was
0 i it1 iiiii'iTTrr"
i'crlikjied u'keklv iiv i
henry m. wjiiinky.
given me. Ills guessing powers have been consid
erably exercised in this rcsjct since the fsjr
qnarteni of the earth have met to cilcbrate the
triumphs of art am! industry in tire French Capi
tal! There is a building here which contains an
exhibition from the lYotestant Missions through
out tlie world. It contains samples of the publi
cations issued by the various missions, ami in
other rsspr-et is a sort of Museum. The History
of Missions can lie re le studied by any one inter
ested, and 44 Hawaii in 110 and in IWoifu.
pies the most conspicuous place in tlte building.
A omphlet printed in various languages which is
sold lie re, informs t! world that the young na
ti.m of America, through its A. IS. C F. 31., has
occupied a prominent part in tlte work of .Mis
sions, ami mentions the civilization of the Haaa-
iian I'Limi in a single gr-nrration as its greatest
TIi4 Sunitanr f '.iniul-.lun r f tfu I'nifnl Slntoa
Itave a building here in which are exhibited their
Ambulant, Hospital cars. Army tents, etc. etc.
Ihit tlie harry and carelessness in which this Ex
hibition was arrange, detracts from tlte honor
am! credit this country would otherwise have re
ceive f r such an important Exhibition. In this
Quarter may he seen an American School-House,
afout the size of one of those neat churcltcs which
may le seen in the District of Hilo. It was
brought all tire way from New England and set
up in the Park. Hy the side of it stands a coun
try farm-house a ratlier lettcr style of house
however tlian most New England farmers live in.
A great deal of fun has lccn poked at the Amer
ican School-House. As a building a!aptcd for
the purposes of a school, it cannot perliaps le
Com rared with those exhibited by Prussia and
some otlrcr Countries, bat tire ideas which cluster
around the American School-House are the Mens
of popular, free Education solid education for
tlie million, ami this school-house is a Bample of
those in which tlte young ideas of tire President.
of the Great IJepublic were first 44 taught how to
Passing into the German Quarter we will see a
Hungarian House, Tyrolean House, Stables with
some of the finest Isirscs from Austria, a Hiding-
School, Irufian Scliool House, snd soine largo
Equestrian Statues. In tTe Ilclgium Quarter is
a building where the cutting ami prejairation of
diamond is going on and can he seen by the cu
In another part of the Park may Ikj seen a
Chinese Tea House, ami a Chinese Theatre; from
Tunis, the lley's Palace; from Egypt, tlie Summer
I'alace of the Viceroy, ami a jano ramie exhibi
tion cf tl Han of the Suez Canal ; from Tnrkev
there ii n Sclsol II m nd a 3Iosoue, and from
Holland a Farm House.
Tlie Exposition continued more titan a month
lonjrer than the time firt fixed for its cl-jse.
Smo time bef re it came to an end tire Exposition
was converted into a vast sale booth. Tlte word
44 Vcndu" on big and little red laVls was attuch
el to nearly every object in the buildings and an
nexes which was for sale, ami eutcrpri-ing trades
men took the place of the polite nisi emiling ex
hibitor. 44 II became a sort of people's lalacc,
this Exposition. Tliey made it a home, and would
have slept there if llrey could. Tlsrse who could
afford to breakfast and dine at some of titc very
clrcap eating places inside, made tlrcir burKjucts
at tlie lase of statin or fountains, and spread
out the contents of their liskcts ami tU ir jn reels
of prjvisions on tlte jclous-s plautcd by so
and so, drinking their wine mingled with the
water of tlie artificial rivulets, and enjoying all
the discomforts of a picnic before many witness.."
Tire Exposition outlived its usefulness. Tlie
National Commissioners could tolerate it no long
er and called in tireauctioiiecr, who km kcd down
the Great Exhibition I'alo.t; to the Government of
Russia. "There was no ceremony except the
simple one of turning out the people and the gas.
UuUidu the lights were blazing in restaur Hit,
Irrer ball, and cafe, and the jingling of glaws
and the jingling of music were iningw-d with
manr voices ami tlie tramp of feet. Inside all
was darkness tire lmjrii smothered in tlie
gliKjin of night, through t'te long Courts of which
no sound was heard save the tread of the ice
man or the fireman on his rounds. Hut the my
riads of jeopIe who vi.-it-l the I'alace and the
gardens in the day fled fast as if they feared to go
down with the sinking ship.
Tims it was that the Kxlul.ition of 1S07 went i
h!iiui:iierin out in tl;o .Lirlc. TLe rLares anl j
electric lil'.thoiisrs i-ast no raj 0er the waveless
sea of ghv lcne.tth them. The r.Mintaiiis were
silent; tls? throhhin iue of the inachincry Is-at
no nre; the uhin waters were hnhe-I. I!v
f jre mUiiiht the great K.hihiti.n, lits a jri-sJ
man cons.-i.Mis of a iiH;fiil life an.l tinfeurful of
death, j-iit out its IihL, tunicl its f ice to the
wall an.1 die!." Eruor..
WOO D At Co.,
KINO STREET. HONOLULU. MI ly
HONOLl'Ll. H. I-,
Kina- Street. r.iUe the Cethrl. ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
K. II. novo.
Choicest Meat fma finest herds. I"uultry, Fish. Vegetables
c. , fami.be.1 to otkr. t
Cooll? aad Kxlra.
F.-r Kale in qnaniitirs to suit by
A. S. CLF.GIIOKN.
Airtil Honolulu Kir Mi'l.
Sole and Saddle Leather, aad Taaard Goat Skin.
F..T Sale by
5.VJ Ir A. S. CLF.'IHORV, gnt Waim-?a Tsnnrry
fiTr Honolulu Iron Works t'onipanj
HAVE t' HANU
CUT HONES OF ALL SIZES. AND ARE
pr'p .rrd u. kU at very rr.lucr.1 rates.
I r I'arts-a ukm 1 vn V:a or o..r ran be supplied at 6
rents per lo, and by tbe!s-t ala cenl per in. UJO 610
IWSVLVLV UtOX WOKKS tOJIIUNV.
K K ALL K I N D H OF
Machinery, Saar Mills. Steam Engines,
VV.S riiIF't'G. L M A V 1 1 1 N .
Al.t.4ler, ' aa-l ?nt lr.m W.wk. and aU kin-Is lA
r.KA.-. AND IRON CA.-TlMiS.
a t.m atwk A Tiplne. :ib.rts. Tera. :-a Valve, an-1
r-' IZrt r.HS. l-WT I't.te, r-r Ir... Vnlnf-.! ires.
tZm Xe Vacki. r. aJ ever, d.-cr-,..io. of Machinery
alaij. ao hand.
1 Great Varltly f Machinery a band S. for Si!e U.
Ilo.V'U'Lt: IRON Ui.KKS Vi.
JOI1X S. McftRKW. M. t.,
rttTlrlaa ana! Ssrrron.
Crfflce Orer Ir. K. U.Tuiann'a Dro flure. corner f Kaaha
Moa ami Mmcbata M , opptat tb rijt ibn-.
RsstSKsca ChMpaiM A., Srftfvra Aaaaaa mmJ fori Sim.
OrricB llucaa frrura S to 10 A. Maud fruoa Slot l. M.
K. IIOFnUXX. !.!.
i l'H)lrlaa aad Narrrvs.
j loraer slerrhaat tl Kaahamana ata nnr l'iati,.Hr.. un 1
iaabamana H-. nrar l'ut See. (80 ly
lH. V. II. ft I C II. kit )S,
Comer e Tort and Mrrrhanl Str-et., Hoooliila, If. 1.
A. lllfTl M, M. I..
!blr!a and Sarrrsa,
OtLct and Ri.-tor, AldrKib Iluoar. t ort i rrrt.
Pbltlsn, Sanrron and irroarhrnr.
Fort St. ppate C. K. W l:lian.' Funiiuira Warerooaoa. 9 1 1 y
A. P. Jl'DD,
ittsree; aad fsaaellor at Law,
Corner of fort ao-T Merchant gireeta. 601 ly
JOHN II. IATV,
Uonololo, II. I. Ol&ca at the Hank of Ilohnp a: Co.
Attarary and Coaavllor at Law.
OdUe on goreo Mrert, oppmiltw ihe Cmirt lluaae, op stairs.
W. V. JONES
Attarary at Law and Land .trrnt.
Will praetire In all the Cmru of the KineJoin. He will
attend the Circuit Court In Kauai. Maui ami Hawaii,
and visit cith-r uf thiae Islands oo
Office oj'jmiile the Cmirt 1 Inane, on Oaten Street.
II. K. MrlXTVKK St RR OTHER,
Crorrry, Ii-d Store and Bakery,
Corner of King and Fort ctreeH, Honolulu, II. I. 6S9 ly
E. O. HALL Si. SOS,
Importers and Dealer In Hards are, Dry Goods,
Paint, Oif, and Urnrrnt Mrrckaaditt.
404 Corner Fort and Kinc Ms. ly
M . S. li R 1 II K'.M fc CO t
loporten aad H!ioIpjI. Dealrrs In Fashionable
Clothing, Hats t aps. Coots and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Suierior Furnishing Oooda
Store li-nwrly nreuiiel by W. A. A Ulrica,
MX NaXtr'm Block, ((tire . ly
fomniKUp Jlrrrbant and Crurral i;rnt,
Agent for the ltnkaa and Arnanulo Puer IManlationi Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Ftuvign Uoods
and whoksale dealt r in Hawaiian l'mdure.
lm New Slsar Slarr. naaau St.. brl.w Kiau.
A. S. CLEG HORN.
Dealer la General Merchandise, l ire-proof Store,
Csrarr Kashaianaa aad Ibarra Stm,
(Oppoute Make'a block.)
Alan. Retail establishment on Nunanu street, above Kins.
XT Island l'rudnca bought and sold. Island orders earefully I
aitroued to euo ly
ueaieria vnar, spirits. Ale aud Porter.
II. F. EIILERS.
Dealer In Dry Goods, Silks, kt.,
t. a. wautaa. a. c. alls
Sblppin and CoauiissU:! JlertUaLt,
675 UOXoLL LC, U. I. ly
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
C'Bml..!oa Jlerrbant and General Sbippln? Agent,
Hanolala. Oaba. ly
II. HACK F ELD Si C Om
General Conniisioa Agent,
1 1 .aalala.
ED. IIOFFSCIILAEGER Si. CO.,
Iiaportersaad Coraruission Mrrrbants
Cerarr af Fart staid Mrrrkaal Streela.
EDM IN JONES,
Crorrr and Ship Chandler,
LAII AIN., MALI
Money and Recruits fumUlx.1 in chiia on Favorable Terms.
Til. C. IIELCK.
General Coinmivsioa Mertbant,
Dealer In Grurrsl .Mfrthandisr,
HILO, Hatraii... .Ships sup lied with rernits at the shortest
auOcc. oo reaaaxuftulc t-mi.r Siila ol eacliange wanted.
GEO R ( E G . H O W E.
Dealer In Rrdsood, rtbHet Lauibrr, Shingles,
Door i, Saih, Blind, JVaiU, Paint; SfC
At his Old Stand, Furt Street, ou tl FUplanade. bM ly
e. a. lib aa. i. a. dicksob.
LEWERS Si. DICKSON.
Dealers In Lumber and Uaildia; Materials
Lao Fori Street. ly
F. A. SCIlAEFEIt Si. C'J.
HONOLULU, 6u ly HAW. ISLANDS.
AFONG Si. ACIIUCK,
Importers. Uholele and Ertail Dealrn In Cenrral
Mert!iautiie aad tniure .ood.
Fire-praaf Store, Nitnnnn Strrrl.
t'n.ler tbe PuIiIm; Hall. bOO ly
THE NEWSPAPER KUOKO.,
Pablisbrd llerklj In the MjMaiiau Laazaxze.
It has th largest cirrul iti-m in the rrwp, and is read both
by llawaiians and rMr.-ntii-rs. I'rice Ja)earln ad-
Tinn. A.lvertiw ments trin.latea into Mnwa
iun free of rbail.e. illi.-e in roulh
crn.-r of raibrs Home.
CT. FRED'K PFLI GER.
Dealer In Staple and I'anry Dry Goods, Men Cloth'
lur, Loots aud Sliors, snd lanLrc .Notions,
Stare on Fori Street, arnrlf opposite Meaara.
von Molt a; li-U4'k.
NEVILLE A. II A R RETT,
rianter and General Store Kerpers,
Kenpuka, Nrih K'rf.a. li.i.aii.n.-ar K'iUk-akua lUy. Nl tnd
I'raluce Iwutfht. Ships uppliel with Wood, Beef and
Agent at 11-M.oliilu. A. 8 CLKOHORN &T1 jr
C. U IIICII lltl Si CO..
Ship Chandlers aud Commission Merrhant, and
Dealers in Geueral 3Irrrhandie,
Keep constantly on hand a fullansortment of merchamlise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
D. N. FLITNER.
Continues his old basiness in th fireproof buildia?,
Kaakuuiiiuu Si reel.
Chronometers rated t-y oln-rvatir.s of the sun and st tra
with a transit instrument areurat.-ly a.ljnstej to the
aucrldian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
fine walrh rvpAiring. frxtant and quadrant
glasses ail.ereu and a.l;isted Charts and
nautical iostrumetits constant. y on
64 hand and fi r sale. ly
WATERMAN X CO.. ;
Coisraisslon Jlrrthant. j
Especial atentl.i paid the interests of the Whaling FW-el l.y j
urto.bing :l tumis, piircnose an.l saw oi r.achange, OH. ;
r. Oeurwl MvHniHli-;.! the procuring of Freight
u f if f V i - k, a
UMtfLliic llnvLivn. Js. At Clu New Blford I
W. tt. E. Pora, rs).. do.
J. U. MsbbiaL At Co , Sn Franrison.
IIISIIOP Si CO.. Ilaahrra,
Otlire, la the east corner of .MiVee's CloeL,
Kaahumaou street, Huuolulu.
raw Bills of Kt hang oa
The Bass r rsuxiasiA. - Fan Francisco
Messrs Uaisn . M isri-as at Co., New York.
Uu Wiuia, - - New York, !
Tiriorr .VtraniL Kii, - - Baton. j
Obibstal llA tuiiM'V'it, - London. I
Will receive dep.4ita.dlsc.Mint Srvt-claaa business paper, ami I
altrtxl collect in. etc. btO Ij I
K. V. ADA M S.
Aartionrer aad ComitiKsion 3lrrcliant,
FIRK I'KOOf STORK,
l Kabiaaaa'a liailrlia. Uurra Street,
C. f. B tllTOW,
alr llaan l-rm Mr -. aar tlaar Iran
' J Kaabumana airert.
i IRA RICHARDSON. j
i Impsrtrr aad Dealer In Uoat, Slior and ueotlruiru's 1
CormrT of 'arf and Hrrchnmt Strrti;
618 HONOI.l LC, II. I. ly '
J. HKK R V.
Dralrr In Grnrral .Merrbdnd'.se,
, r 1 i f r i . if ...i j.. rt w I
OiniT W IJUtCt UH'I tU:('OI'C .HJCCI.Y, iiiHMtltl, Ml J.
Retail KataLU.ohnirDt on oaaa Street.
616 A bora the Fire-proof 6 lure. ly
Importer and Dealer In Central Mcrcbaudisr,
616 Quern Street, Iloitulula. ly
L. L. TORUERT.
OIBce North west conif vf Qoeen and Fort Streets, Honolulu.
IIOLLES Si. CO..
Ship ffcaudlr r and (ammUsion 3I?rrhants,
Particular atlcnUnn aid to the purchase aud sale ol Hawaiian
hefers by permission to
Slessra. C. A. Williams at Cu. .Messrs. C. Itrewer A: Co..
Mesrrs. Castle Cooke....... Messrs. II. Ilarkfeld It Co..
Messrs. D. C Waterman... Messrs. C. L. Uidianls Co.
Ship Chandler, 'Jealer In General nrrrbsndNf, Island
ltyraua Liny. Ilila. S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand ti extensive assortment of every
iieacripuo'i oi goo.is required oy snips aut outers
Ihe hichest price riven lor Island I'ruduce.
XT Money advanced lor Hills of Kxchunge at reao:i:ible rati-s.
W. N. L I DD.
Importer and Dfalorln Hard.ire,f ntlrry, M.-rliaalcs' i
isok, snu Arirnunrai impiemeuis,
480 Fait Street. ly
TIIKO. H. DA VIES,
Liile Janion, Grrem tr Co.)
Importer and Commission .urrthant,
LLOYDS' Ir THE LIFKRPOOL UXTtFRirRlTERS.
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, an.t
HRI 1'IHH It tOREION MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire I'roof Buildings, Kaahuiunnu and Queen Streets.
Sblppln and Commission Apt nt,
Office with K. P. Adams, Esq ,
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU.
aKmas ar MtaaisMios to
Oeo. Morgan L. rjontb, IT. S. I Mrssrs. C. Itrewrr Co.
MeairaTC'L. Kichartis K Co.
I Messrs. Walker Allen.
1 ' tiy. 505 i.
ALLEN Si. CON WAV,
Kawaibaf, Hawaii, !
Will continue the General Merer andisr and Shipping business !
at the above port, where they are prepared to luruish !
the justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required j
inormi nwicv tnu iw inc mii rvuuiiimc irriui. .
I'lro VtTOOCl OXJL 't - 3tX Jt
s. A. r. CARTER. !
C. UREWER Si. CO.
Comiulvsion and Shlpplns .Morfliant-t,
Hoaiolnlu. Oaba, II. I.
. . t-vra
Of Ihe IIoatoM and Hauolala Paeket Llae. I
,.,.. .n W-fiiilfl It.... ii..i.il... !
ForlkeMakrr.UallakaA. Hanu I laulaliaa.
For the I'arebaae nuil Sale of laluad I'rtstluee. ,
Jons M. Hood, Es.,. ............
Chas. Rbbwrb, Jt Co t
Jamks llraaiwiLL, Esq. (-
R. II. rail ft Cu. I
Cuas WoLCOTT llaooss Exp j ......tan Francisco.
a:"l s. castlb. j. s. atukutom. a. s. cooks.
CASTLE Si. COOKE.
Importers and General Me rrliants,
Kintf alrrel, opposite the Sramra's Cliapel.
AIO, AClE.yTS FOl
t r. Jay nr. Celrhratel Family Medici'tes,
Wheeler ir Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New Kngland Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala Sugar Comp.my, lUwaii.
The Haiku Suar Company, Maui.
The Hawaiian ug.ir Mills, Maui.
The Waialua Suaat I'lantaltoo. Oahu.
The Lumahal Kk-e II mlatioii. Kauai. G0-J ly
IIILO, II. 1.
Sugar and P.Iolisses.
apl HOP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
1 l utmiiies to suit purchs.r, by
614 Om WA1.KKR ALI.KN, P"-
SAMUEL C. WILDER,
ii ii5tr" r-'lnutoi'.
I-OST OFFICK AlilKIi?S,
613 6m Kanlaii, (lahu.
Sn;nr nnd Molasses Crop lHotf,
-TiOMING IN. FOR SALE IN IfcUANTI-
TI K.s to suit l-urchas. rs. by
61-j 0m WALKKR A ALLKN, Acrnts.
Sn;nr and Molasses Crop IrtCS, j
aTiOMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUA.NTI-
I KS to suit purchasers, by
. t I t 1- ... XT . . l
..o.r.., v Ai,., nrm. ;
II. Cornwell. Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
TIRtl.M Til IS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in l.atsl fat aitiir iinfi-hvoxra . 4t.ttlt In I
6S-J ly GKO. C. Mi'LKAX, Agent
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
IP THE KOIIALA SI'G A R COM I' A NY,
. For aale in
in quantities to suit by
CASTLK A COKE.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Z f.l WAIIAN SUGAR .MILL. Crap ol ISf.C,
Fr sale in quantities to suit by
Superior Goltl i'cus.
MUST RECEIVED DIRECT FHOM THE
ina..uUclurers, LaboT Fata. HiLU At Co., of New York. ,
A Choice Assortment of GOLD PENS! I
Of various patterns and sises. No's 2 to 8 ii.clusive, j
l'ik' and short p-.int,
ASD . FEHr HBO AO NIB PENS, a new article.
l'r Sk at the Hook-i-t.-re of
II. M. WHITNEY.
ACCOI .M ISOOIi.
1MIOSE INTF.NDIG TO OPEN NEwj
?Ers tF ACCOCNT ltiHK3, on Ihe tiisi i4 they-ar, J
re invited to et.uiine my t.k jut rec.-iv.d, lueli embraces ;
all ma.-s an.1 kind., fn.m miniature volume, to ll'.vn'
Al.., . vert thing required in the line id othVe ftationerv.
I 6u:l m II. M. WHITNEY.
Colloii (aliUN loi ale.
IMIE SURCRII1e1TWILL DISPOSE OF
one or two ea Inland Rollar tiins. Pre-e, $:; eneh.
Oil lm II. M. Ulill srY.
AVRIL 11, ISliS.
.llannfucturer of FURMTITRF. of nil De
scription. PLANING, SAWING AND TURNING DONE.
31unlJiur of ail UnN toutastl) on Hand.
IV . a a i s: LWS,
Fi t Strttt, .y y-).V("e 0ltl Fellvics' Hiill, JJoiuJtilu.
Coiilina. in the Imtiness of rvpairinr many articles
I of ti"Urhu!d u-e. L.k. Uuna. Sewin Machines. &c
airl will e. mtnirt Moiteta aitd amall Tools, and mnkr
1 rall of .ilwili'nf 17- to OlMrr. sue ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS.
Rv WILLIAM II. I1ITDDV ut l.lfn
Ily WiL.LlA.lt JUJ 111 , at LelCO.
nAVIXCS RECEIVED A LA RC E AS l ITLL
siock of material. i preared to supply hi customers
I and the public, with the beat Vrllaw, Urswn nnd
j White OAl. -lo-
soi-r AMI Oil. KOAI.
la arre or sina.ll .lunntities to suit.
Y. S. Soap gruase always waiiteil.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
15 Y AV. J. RAW LIXS.
'MIE 1 Rdi'RI KTCIR OF THE AUOIE
1 Works is pn-pare.1 to supply hia custoinep., and the pub
lic in reiH-ral. a ill. the liest quality 'ELLOW SOAI'.
St I FT SOU' alrrnya on hsnil.
1b Ik;iik.-t I'hick ram for Soap tiRkasB. 695 ly
Catholic CJiurch. Premises. Honolulu,
v IIA VIM. liATLIil UEl Ult.Y-
irv KI from tao FrauciMX
With a ew Stotk of Materials,
He is prepared to !rpiir
j WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
, J,..." .
' AV . I" I SC 1 1 K IJ ,
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, near th6.
1'rug Store of J . Molt uiitli tr Co. 6S6 ly
i: . I IS T T ,
Boot nnd Shoe 31akcr.S
llwK-l St.. Honolulu. IrL
' JAS. A. BsUSElK,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Continue the lusinett
At Ms Old Stand on the Esplanade.
Ail wor done with care, and orders promptly attended to.
tJi Chakuks MoDkhatk. ly
al. fc'. ESUUSaJLIfs,,
I M PO UTKIl Si MAN U FA C-
tl it. lk of cirrju
mi TT?ma r cinnTTTiv
j Carriwje Trimiuiny Done Kith Statutes and Dis
! patch. All Urtlers promptly attended to.
Coruer of Fort nmlaIotrl Stactla. HomoIhIii.
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectlully inform the public that he is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of brass anil composition work with
riiswilli ami at reasonable rates.
rr All kimla ofshiu and nUnlatiou worV furnished on short
IT Constantly on hand, hose couptmss of the following.
j sixes: , i. 1, It, 2 and 2. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
5ga 1, King street.
Jons XotT. Sas't. Nott.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPPIEt AiVD T II II' El S.
r-MVtiKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
,ne mh)jc iat (ry prepare.! to furnish all kinda of
Copper Work, consisting in part of STILLS, STBIKS rASS, SOB
cues fana. wokmj. pimps, tic. etc.
Alsooa band, a full avsortmut of Tinware,
Which they offer for snle at the lowest market prices.
ALL KINHS OP BKPAIR1NO IMISI WITH SB1TNK8S AUD PI.1PATCH.
Onlers fmtn the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
hop on Kanhumaiiu!t., one dour aliore Flitm-r's. 599 6ui
I S. V. aVOISSwI,
! PAIHTEIl &. PAPSR HAUG211
CAN HE FOUND AT THE
" Plnip on HOTEL STREET, near tha
i Z ' " ':-:"-)reidence of Ur. Wood.
I ""7 ! a," : All wrk entruM to Mr. N0IIKA will
! be .lone with neatness aud dispatch, and
at lh lowest rates.
j !. CLAKK A: CO.,
j Coot and Shoe Makers and De.-nVrs In Leather aud
i Shoe l'inin;
Pil "' Streit. bet. Xanana and jriunalea Sts.
a?. I TT Onlers from Ihe couutry'sohcited and promptly
t Htattc-iiiled to on the most reasonable tertcs. Suti ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
; tfanofurtnrrr, Iiuporler r.nd Dialer In rnrnltnre
j (t Kcery Descrij .;.
j Furniture Waieroom on F.rt street, optositr R. D. Morgan's
j Family .Market; Workshop at tlie old stand,
, " llol.-l street, near F'ort.
i N. It. Onlers fmm i;li r ilainis prouipr.y alteu K-J to. &S3-ly
G. W. NORTON 6c Co.,
f ON THE ESPLANADE,
j First Door above the Custom-house,
Houolnlu. II. I.
J. H. WICKE,
SLAKKA STBKkT BKLoW TUG TIIKATHK.
I Fumilure made and repaired al reasonable prices.
ROBERT NEWCOMB & CO.,
1SOO K-It 1 d i: it s.
Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor's Home,
,,niu MMJ oPnntMrwtnI Hiudiiiie rzecotvl at short
J- nirtice and reasonable terms. ly
f. ii. v c;.s-:;i: lki:.,
Tinsmitlis and Plumbers,
' V cs. sjk. kn'L ..sr CTAV fc'Q ....1 r Tin 1TDS7
"V""" "Z"'.rAZ V. , k',.:" TsT" V.i'ir
VOLCANO HOUSE !
CRATER OF KILAUEA, HAWAIL
THIS ESTA ItLISH I ENT ISXswi
1 l-l'l r... .1.. ..r.lnn r.t Hi'l
oien for the reception of
Visitors to the Volcano !
I ho may rely oo finding
j COM FORT A RLE ROOMS, A GOOD TA RLE
j AND PROMPT ATTENDANCE.
! t . r ' . , !
a7 3K fa M m 9m oa a aa aw s w a a a. a u a w. aat j iu
1 - eau.ness.
Strain and Sulphar Hatln. Hordes Stabled and
Grained if Desired.
CIIAIU.ES REASON A III...
Parties vi'iting the Volcano via Ililo can procure animals
warrantnl fit.it.ke iIk-journey, by applying to D. II. Hitch-coi-k.
Erqr.. Hilo. otU ly
- fX -'AA SrtH.Cl"
VTioll Tssl l 11 fl 5
' rMIE ONLY CORRECT MAP OF THESE
at l-l.tiids i th.it of tli- 1'. J. t.plor'ti Ep.Mition, pub
i li'-icl by the .meric:iu li.iverutneiit. Every farmer who owns
! au a-re of enmnd, every cnptnin w bo comniamlrf a coaster, ev
' ery lrav. h r a ho wants to find correct uainrs and distances, and
j every e -nth-man alio l.-s-rci to be posted up about the group
sh'Hiid n-ss a copy ol it.
A b-w copies ,Ti, pr.ee t'J.OO ea'h.
For sale nt the UOOKSTOKK.
5 SIX DOI.LAKSHER A XXl'M.
l. xn.No. ay. whole uo.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND E 1)1 N It U IK; II.
ESTABLISH EI, 1-.0s.
CAPITAL 2 .000.000
Acrumulalrd and tclrd KduiI, .5 I O, tut
rjlIIE lTDKRSI(!XKU HAVE BEKV A I
M. lVINTKU AGKXTS lor the Saislwich lU l n.l ara
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Kiaka taken in any iart wf the Islands on Wooden Unilinn
and Merchandise stoml therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture. 1 imber. OnaU. ShiiM in httrhikr with iir vitkimi Ar.. .
uuder reutir. lol7 lvl HO. II F-.ril i.a ki! vtt rn
) SAN FRANCISCO
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
raviiK L.MIKKSKiNKP IIAVIXil BEEN
, f ailiUlj wnw f(ir tne San jnucUco Board ol I Tnder-
v rilr'i-Sl . tvnrsasnlins
J 71 .
The California Innrance Company,
The Merchants Mutual Marine Invnrnnce.
The Pacific Insnrauee Company,
The California Lloy.U, nnd
The Home Mntnal Insurance Company.
Beg leave to inform Master of Vessels and the public pener
ally that all Kisses sustained on VfcjtfKLS and CAUGOKS,
insured by either of the above CVuinies against eriis of toe
seas and other risks, at or near the Sandwich Islam!, ill have
to be verified by them.
HT 3" . 11. HACKFKLD k Co.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
or Sim l-riiiiolfsoo.
THIE CNDERSIOXED HAVING REEN
aoiutel agenu for the above Company, beg leave to
Inform the public that they are row prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT and TREASURE.
690 ly WALKER ALLKN.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
rVIIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF THE
M. alKtve Company, have been authorised to insure risks on?
Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
by COAST KliS from Honolulu to all ports of the Hawaiian
Group, and vice versa.
H ly n. HACKFELD a CO.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY,
rlIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed Agents for the above company, beg leave to
nform the the public, that they are now preared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure., to and from all parts or the
II II ACEFKLD & CO.
Honolulu, April 2 1882.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
njVHE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Com
JaV pany.are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
about Honolulu. For particulars apply at the office.
uonoiula Oct. 11. 1S57. 684 ly
THE NORTHERN INSURANCE COMP'Y
"B IHE UNDERSIGN I'D. AOEVTS PQ R TTIR
J. above Coo.iM.uy, bavtivisulvjeiYeiigr.u.i'jKins to re.
Merchandise stored therein, and are now prepared to issue poli
cies on uiore laroruoie leruia inao ueretoiore.
Risk taken on Buildings Machinery, &c, on Sugar Plants
Mons. JANION, GREEN it Co.,
593-1 y Agents.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
National Insurance Company,
Ot J-Jiiii Francisco,
OfBce, No. 408 Montgomery Street, near California.
5 A R1NE INSURANCE npon II n I la. Car-
1'B goes. Treasure, Commissions, Profits, nod other subject
or Marine Insurance, to aud from all ports the world, inland
MARINE RISKS on Coasters. Also, on Freight, Cargo, te ,
to and from all inter-island ports insured airainst.
FIRK lNSUKANCEupon liuilclinus. Merchandise, Furnitui-e.
Rents, Vessels in Port and their Cargoes, and other Insurable
CAPITAL, (PAID l"P) 0XE 3I1LLI0X DOLLARS.
Losses promptly adjostrd and paid In Tutted States
WILLIAM PIERCK, President.
1. W. C. THOMPSON, Vice-President.
W. W. WIGGINS Secretary.
AMOS N0YES, Marina Officer.
Exrcutiat Committer :
ALBERT PIBBLEB. Chairman. JOS. A. DONOHOR. R. O.
SNF.ATH. JOHN O. BRAY. ABRAM BLOCK.
X. B. Particular attention to Fire Insurance on Dwellings,
Churches, Furniture, -c
C. BREWER Si Co.. Asrats,
605 6m Honolulu.
PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco, California.
Cash Capital, .... $1,000,000.
II. II. BIGKLOW,
A. J. RALSTON
C. A. LAToN,
. . . .Qoneral Agent.
flMIK UNDERSIGNED. THE AUTIIOR-
M. ized Agents of this couipauy are prepared to insure risks
On Cargo, Commissions and Profits!
In Vessel, eitle-r in the Frrt5i or Inter.lalnnd
Triktle. Will issue .
Fire and Marine Time Policies
Covering risks on Public Buildings, Stor-n. Dwelling Houses,
Furniture, and Uoods iu store, and on Hulls of Vessels not
rating lower than A. 2.
Losses promptly adjustetl and piid in U. S.
N. B. Policies furnished at once without the delay of for
wanting applications to au Francisco.
For rnles of premium aud particulars apply to
674 ly BISHOP Co. Agents.
A Book which should be in Every Library
.MEWS' llAWAli.IV UKTIOJARY
CONTAINING ABOUT 20.000 HAWAIIAN
Words, With Euglish signification, and
An rnidfeh-ITanaiian Veeabnlary, aud Chronological
Table vf Historical Events.
Jiy Lorrin Andrews.
,,.r.. Bmin.1 in Slierp. ..... t.00
1 tl,Lr J Bound in Half Morocco, . . . ti.OO
For Sale by II. M. WHITNEY.
Tliis Valuable Work can be obtained in London of
Slessrs. TRL'BNER & Co., Paternoster Row.
And also in Xeir York f
Messrs. BARNES & Co., John St.
ALSO FOR SALE.
Bishop's Hawaiian and Enish Phrase Book, 50ets.
THAT SHOULD BE
IN EVERY MAN'S LIBRARY,
TO BE HAD AT
WIHIWEY'S I. CM) Ii STORK !
1" OSSIXG'S HISTORY OF THE AMER1
M-J CAN REISkl.l.loN. To be cmipleted in 3 Vols. Vol.1
received and for sale I'rice $5.
Uarper's History of the American Kebellio i. To be completed
in S Vols. Vol. 1 uow ready Price j7.
Grant and his Campaigns.
i-heruian and his Campaigns.
Anecdotes -f the American War.
Sainton's History r.f the Army l the Potomac.
C. Bin's Four Y'ears of F'ghting.
Life and Times cf Abraham Lincoln.
liowUV Trip Across the Continent.
Hichanlsnn's Field, Dunpeiw nl Escape.
I" re's Dictionary nf Arts and Manufactures. 63 6m
Honolulu, Iftwftiian Islanda.
ntoa of Vca.vox-tiixx.er-
Space measured in Nun
1 m. i S ni. : S m.
$ t I $ ' I $ I t
i Column. .. ..
1 flfl! S 00 3 00 4 )' 00 10 00
1 far S Ml 4 00 5 oo! a 00 12 00
S 00 4 00 6 00 7 60' 10 00 1 00
J 50 5 00 T M 10 00, 14 00 1 IS 00
3 00 00 K 00 16 00 1 00: 24 OO
8 00 12 00 16 00 -a OOi Si 00 40 DU
10 00 16 TO SO 00 00 40 00 M OO
14 00 20 OO 80 00 40 00 00 00 100 bO
I 4 Column.. .
j Whole Column..
20 00 40 00 CO 00 60 OO 120 00 0 00
I S7Buties Carda, when prrMkl for a year, are aUoatM
a diacnnt from tbese ratea, which are for trauaient adreruie
menta when paid or charged quarter!.
TT Aitrertisrra reaitTmr In the Eaatern TTnited States, caa
pay for their eanla by enclnsina; Grrtnhacka fur aach amoaot .
aa tbey wish to pay, and their carvla wil! b inaertcd as per
ahora table, (r the tint paid for.
FRANK II.'sTANLY, Proprietor.
THIS PLEASANTLY LOCATKn DOC8B
Is now Open for the Reception of Visitors.
Z7 rartiea rbitlnn Koloa can always be accommodated who
board at this establishment on reasonable terms.
Table Supped triA the btsl the Market affords.
Horses can he otu!ued of th proprietor by Utoae desirous of
enjoying the many fine drires In the riciuily. Ol'i ly
-AncL Restaurant !
DURHAM ROBINSON, Proprietor.
lYOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
T his T.iemls and the public that he is folly preparvd to
carry on this business on the most approved style, and respect,
fully solicits a share of patronage.
Xr-atly Famished Rooms Ts Let pan Seasonable
. S0 ' ly
Konu Co flee
Constantly en Hand and For Sale In Lots f Salt.
TUIE UNDERSIGNED INFORMS THE
public that he is prepared to fur. ish .
Choice nnd Well Dried Kona Coffee I
Having the agency or the following parties In Kona :
Messrs. NsvtLia A Babbitt, Keopuka.
11. N. Gbkkxwkll, North Kona.
V. Montuomsrt, Kailua.
6 ly A. B. CLKQHORK.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT. MEDIUM AND NAW DREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Hater, Soda and Bidler Crackers,
JENMT UN0 CAKKS. Ac : ' . .
SHIP BREAD REIilKED on tLe shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Floor, baked daitr and
always on hand.
N. B.BROfTN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY.
6S2 ly "
And Other Musical Instruments,
TUNED AND REPAIRED .
BY CHARLES DERBY AT THE Tn EATER.
Lessons Given oa Piano and Guitar.
Best of references given. 607 ly -
CAP, LETTER & Other PAPER.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
. direct from the uiauafacturers.
a scpawa STOCK 0T
"Writing and Office Papers,' Blank Books,
and Stationery, , ;
Imported Expressly for Custom Trade, embracing :
White congress Texlerfplf ,ielP aiJWrtTeA.
Blue letter paper, ruled and unruled. . - '
Blue olLcial do. do. ruled with margin. -.
Thin while do do. do. do.
- Thio white do do.-plala.
Very thin white letter paper (for European correspondence).
Water lined (barred) litter.
Packet Post, plain, blue and whits.
Mourning letter paper, ruled and anraled. " '
Ladies Bath paper, white and pink, ruled and plain.
CAP PAPERS I
Best white Cap. ruled and unruled.
Blue laid cap, unrnled. i
Heavy legal cap, rated.
Mourning cap, annited.
Best English, white and blue laid, plain.
NOTK PAPERS I
Best heavy white commercial note, ruled and unruled.
Bust heavy blue commercial note, ruled and unruled. .
Thick ivory note, plain and ruled.
Small billet paper, plain and ruled.
Water lined (barred) note paper, various sis
Fancy edged paper, plain.
Colored French fancy paper.
Gilt edge note paper. . . . .
Monogram note paper (with initial letter stamped oo it.)
Best broad white bill paper. . .
Best long-fold (narrow) bill paper.
Thin white and blue account current paper.
Thin white and blue account sales paper. ;
Flat cap, white, ruled and plain. -Deity
white, ruled and plain.
Medium, white, ruled aad plain.
Royal white, ruled and plain.
Choice drawing paper, various slsea. - . ,
Fancy gold and silver paper, various paUerna.
French tissue papera. of all colors, very choice.
Tracing paper, for drawing plans of machinery, ke.
Vellum tracing cloth, for drawing plans of machinery, Ac
Bristol Board of various sixes
Perforated board. Crayon paper for drawing . .
Biil head paper.
Printing news and hook paper. - .. .
l'riuter'a cards of all styles, sixes and paLUraa. -Printer's
card board, of all colors.
. -Hardware and Manila papers.
Beat Envelope paper
Copying letter -book paper.
White and red blotting paper.'
Together with erery other kind of Paper la is.
Best heavy white self-sealing etter envelopes.
Best heavy canary, bull and straw letter envelopes.
Opaque colored cote and letter envelope.
AU sixes of white note envelopes.
French oblong ladies letter envelopes.
Oblong envelopes, open at the end.
Mourning letter, "nte and olTieiM envelopes.
Best heavy white, buff and canary official envelopes.
Fiue white, huff and blue cloth envelopes.
And also every other Article reqalred 1b the Station
For Sal by H. M. WHITNEY.
Published and for sale bv
II. ill. WIIITiYlsY, Honolulu.
A DICTIONARY OF TUK HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE To
whii h is added a vocabulary of Mgltsh words, rendered
into Hawaiian, and a chronological table of principal events
in . Hawaiian History. By Iorrin Andrews. I'rice ia.
sheep binding, $5 00; or $6.00 in half morocco library
SYNOPSIS OF THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE By W. D
Alexander, President of Oahu College. Paper, 60 eta.
HAWAIIAN PIIRA?E BOOK A manual of colloquial phras
es in the Hawaiian language.. ........ .......Price 60c.
ANDREWS' HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR, by Lorrin Andrews
An indispensable aid for foreigners in acquiring the native
tr.ngue. In its arrangement of the parts of speech, and its.
illustrations of the peculiarities of Die language, it ia better
adapted to give a clear and correct insight into it, than any '
work publislied.... .Price, half bound, $2.00.
HAWAIIAN FORM BOOK, by J. W.II. Kauwahl, Esq A
manual of fin-ma required in drawing up agreements, bonds
wills and all kinds of legal documents required in courts.
HAWAIIAK nYMNS For social and church service. Price
cloth 60c; full bound morocco, gilt J1.O0.
LAIEIKAWAI.Ths Lat or Tits Twilight, (in Hawaiian)
A tradition or one oi me ancient Hawaiian erineesses, illus
trating their antiquities, habits and sayings. Price $1.00
half bound cloth.
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Vols. 1 to It. In
clusive, embracing from the years ISM to 1SS&, and riving;
a concise and Impartial history of the political and social -progress
of the Kingdom during that period. $9 00 per
volume, half bound, sheep. Subscription price, $6.00 per
KA NUPEPA KCOKOA, (Tub ISDrersnBjrr Psas.) A week
Ir newspaper in Hawaiian, aevoten to news and tneal liter
ature, and independent in politics. Volume 1, 8 and S,
bound. $3.50 eaeh; or $10. for the et.
CHART OF THE SANDWICH IS LA N Dt! Engraved on steel.
and pnnteU at V arjingion. expressly mr the andcrsigned.
This is the most correct chart published..... Price $2.00.
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THE HAWAIIAN SPECTATOR Conducted by an association
of gentlemen. 183-1. vols. 8 vo. bound in one. Contain
ing a great variety of information on the early history of .
tltese islands not to be found in any other work. A few cop- -ies
only of this work remain. Price $6.00. - ..
HAWAIIAN BIBLEs) Octavo sise, bound In fancy morocco
cover wjth records for marriages and deaths, suitable for
family bibles. Price according to style of banding, from $4
HAWAIIAN AND ENGLISH TESTAMENT Having the two
Tersions in parallel columns one nf the best text books for
persons wishing to acquire the Hawaiian language.
N. B. Any books published in the Hawaiian language or any
books pertaining to the Miaous, it obtainable, will be pro
cured for pel siu desiring them. a
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