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HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. AUGUST 14, 1S(9.
SIX IOILiltS PER ANNUM.
VOL. XIV. X. 1. VVHOL.K Vb.tiOO.
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Sew York Correspondence. Uo. 20.
TV IHmrt Season IbtrvlaJTm' hl'inilXrHt York
f-trvt ti-ttn'ina Hote titty art Cared for-77.j
( hi! Ann's Itlawl Personal.
iRoa oca otrx curkfoxiext.J
New York, June 1, 1SG0.
June ii the AmTicnn May. In ihi climate,
a LwpI1 tell o in his new volume of poetry,
1!cf the Willows,
M T a phmm fraud of th almaaae,
A Mt!y parodj ef r-l spring
bh.iixti out of innw ami breathed with eastern wind
bat June hrin warm dny in profui4n; and
New York i" alread j parking iU carpet-bai; and
n mt of town fir the rammer. The religious
mentions have cfonl ; the Old and the New
h.iol Prwhjteriarw, after a ten dajs conTocn
t'mn, have agreed to unite their forces fr the
future; in r.ite of their protcat, the ccreroony
of Wiratin;; the olillem graves with flowers
txA Ucc lat SuntJar ; no anniversaries are ap-j-ointed
Cr June, ami all who have earned tlieir
L..i;Lj are turning their faces toward the coun
try or toward Europe.
fct us too make an excursion to-day. It shall
he to a "pot a given ami bowery as any New
Yorker ran find within twenty miles of the arid
CUj I lull Park. Let t go to Randall' leland,
in the Eaat Kivcr, and ee the Children's
In tht4 city no less than 30,000 children are
trwinj up in kllcuews. They Lave no occupation
but to and learn no trade but stealing.
ll,rle of them are ent oat every morning by
their pareoU to pilfer along the piers and bulk-Lca-L
of t!e city, to match up, unobserved, a
few grains of coBoe, a handful of cotton, a pound
or two of scraps of iron. Their progress from
petty larocnj to burglary U as regular as the ad
vancement of the sclwol-boy from class to claw.
At the o-e of fifteen the girls are prostitutes and
the bojs professional thieves. Their lives are
made short by hardship and disease, the ouly
efficient checks upon the stnl more rapid multi
rlication of this degraled class.
A certain proportion, however, of thene chil
dren are rescued at an early age from their
vicious surroundings. The Children's Nuweries
on lUndatrs Inland receive, ami educate at tle
exnense of the city, homelcKS or abandoned chil
dren who may kbe picked up in the streets. Of
these no les than seven or eight humJml receive
a home upon the ielaml, brought thither before
tUey have entered upon criminal pracwew, jc
iaheritinir from their parents a comtilulionai
ajtitade for vice. There are almost as many
tray children as stray cats in the streets of New
Yrk. Tbee waifs are gathered up by the
police, brought to the island, washed, dressed
mmtlj, housed in spacious building, provid?d
with sunple fxxl, and cared for by energetic ma
trons. They Iiave the advantage of forming a
child-community, undisturbed by and undisturb
ing the old folk, as ia the case of the ordinary
fuinilv, where the chill and the adult are con
stantly at variance. These infants have, atnj, the
adantage of training by matrons who make
training a specialty. What a benefit might re
sult to society were the care of children taken
away from indolent, unsympatLetic, and careless
parent, and delegated to those who have an
aiCmty with childhood !
These children are taught in schools provided
hj the Hoard of Education. At a suitable age,
if not reclaimed by their parents, they are sent
westward and placed with respectable formers,
who adopt ttcm into their families; or they are
indentured to learn such trades as they may
Careful inquiry is uade by visitors dispatched
to tlie Went as to the character and circumstances
t the persons who apply to adopt these children.
Their ability to educate and maintain them com
fnruMy, the Lealthfulocss of their houses, etc,
are axcerUimxl before the children are sent away.
Visitors are o?caionalIy sent to the West to look
aflrr the welfare of the adopted children.
Siraetinies the actual parents appear and claim
the children whom they have descrtcl. The in
stitution retxroUjr sent agents to Monti cello, Indi
ana, and to Lansing, Michigan, to reclaim sereral
children that had been adopted by residents of
the plar?. The new parent heard the claim
of the old ones with indignation, and refused to
fci'eupthe children. They had adopted them,
t!y argued, with the perfect understanding that
t'uey were to remain until they come of age. To
demand their return to their unnatural parents
when they had become domesticated and useful
io their new homes, was a sort of " extradition
ft " that was gnwsly unjust ; the adoptive par
ents would reit it to the extent of the law.
Seeing that they had the beet of the argn
wnt," naively wrote the disappointed agents,
left them, informing them that we should
rerw the claim on the following day. But by
that time we found ourselves with a less encour
?ing prpect than before ; for the new parents
W consulted a lawyer meanwhile, who advised
theia not to gie up the children. Finding that
m,,re demand was futile, and liaving no legal
ttoius hi which to appear before a magistrate,
were obliged to forego any further efforts."
The children tliemaclvcs showed good taste in the
r. Thy cried, and dung to their new
rwents, mj M;j that . thcy djJ not to go
to .NeW York It would indeed have
Mm a erie to semi them bock to the degraded
faaifeii fata which they had been rescued.
The claas ,f children brought to randaU's 11
Dl w pretty rough one, composed of a refuse
nmaaity, the reit 0f pickings among the
ial tuhatrara of the city, yet they male a
J '-!lt -vhool hours and at meal times,
eSLf?" f Sih faces, arranged like the
I Y? pictures ; though it
tU 6 much of "P'rilaal character in
urnTS- dQriDS Wand "
;1 te 1 to do ; f ,r they are the
ire setJ of charity children. There
elect th pr,Vat editable societies which
a- .. nKer od sounder specimens of
Icing allowed a certain sum
per head by tlie State Lrgiidaturc for every child
they receive within their walls. They have per
mission to eject such children as may be perverse
ami intractable, of unsoand mind, crippled, or
otherwise affected with chronic disease; and
these children, thrown upon the public charities
of tle city, constantly find their way to Randall's
Island. Here tlie little sufferers are cared for in
large hospitals, which receive no lcs than a
thousand children per year. The hospital staff
is composed of a visiting physician, two bouse
physicians, a matron, and a clerk. About sixty
deaths occur in it per year. There is hardly a
more touching eight than these rows rt patients
in their little white cots, the victims of inherited
misery and disease. Their fates were settled be
fore they were born. Neither reforms nor reli
gions can do much for such as tltcre. Healthy
minds and healthy bodies are essential to the im
provement of the world. The lesson of Randall's
Island is that only people who possess tltcse have
the right to lecome parents.
Besides the infant hospital there is an asylum
for juvenile idiots. It in undor the same man
agement with the hospital, and contains sixty-two
children, representing as many varieties ami de
grees of imbecility. Sotne of them are lolling
around the main room, unclean in look and ges
ture ; others sit against the wall, painfully sus
taining their immense hydrocephalic beads that
droop side wise, as if too heavy lor the puny
frame to bear; others gambol, with loutitb
movements and brutal cries, in the playground
that adjoins the hospital.
An idiot Bchool is established in connection
with this institution. It has about fifty upili,
divided according to their degrees of intelligence
into four classes. Several of last year's pupils
were unable to distinguish, upon admission, be
tween a square and a triangle. Others were un
able to distinguish colors ; and defects in each of
the special senses were common. Still, a consid
erable success has been reached in tlie treatment
of this poor material. Within the first year
twelve pupils learned to read, six to write, nine
to sew ; while eight lave attained some knowl
edge of arithmetic ami of history, and eighteen
of geography. It would appear by thia tlmt
geography is about twice as easy as sewing.
live hundred of tlie sane children attend
another school upon the inland ; a tailor's shop
gives employment to some of the boys ; a sewing
room busies tlie girls during four Iwurs of each
day, and here ten thousand articles of clothing
arc repaired yearly. The annual washing
amounts to 30,000 pieces. It is done by means
In the Nursery Department there are no lees
titan eleven largo buildings, comprising the dor
mitories, quarantine dejortment, house of deten
tion, engine bouse, residences of the warden and
of other officials, etc. . They form a small village
among the trees witli which the i.land itf heavily
shaded. Tliough but half an hour's sail from
the Battery, Randall's Island is quiet, cool, and
green, just the place f v the youngsters to romp
in. Tley liave a bathing ground ; they are ex
pert in tho simpler military evolutions, and like
to perform them fr the benefit of visitors.
The expense of tlioo nurseries is $67,000 an
nually; ol the Idiot Iloutfc, $14,000; and of
the Hospital, $3:4,000. These sums are paid by
the city taxes.
I am leaving myself no room to speak of
several items which I had noted. The Cooper
Institute reception, on the 27th ult., was pleas
ant and largely attended. The art-ctudenta ex
hibited many very creditable productions in joint
ing, sculpture, and in free-hand drawing. Among
those that received special commendation by the
judges were paintings by Miss Ilattie Baldwin,
lately a resident of Lahaina.
Miss Sarah Coan sailed for Europe on the 2Gth
ult., with a party of Lcr cousins from this city.
The Boston tapers lave doubtless informed
yoa of the recent death of Mr. Jas. llunncwell
of Boston, one of the earliest business pioneers
at the Hawaiian Island.
R. B. Armstrong ami Capt. Pcirce, lately of
the islands, axe in New York. Dr. N. B. Emer
son, aLw an islander, lias established himself in
medical practice in this city. Calahis.
K. IIOlTMiN.V. M.I.
PhjsleUa aid Ssrgrsa,
Cotmt Merchant sad Kaahamaaa ata near rcatoffic. 687 ly
JUII.V S. MctiUEW, M. D
Phjlchia sad Sargeea.
Offic la IL L Coxae' bailing. Fort Strcrt.
Kjtxrarsca Ckoflatm St-, Ittatn Aan md Fort Sit.
Orrica fiocaa aroaa S to 10 A. aad tram 3 lo P. St. .
US. J. MOTT SMITH.
Ofllca corner af Fart ai4 Uotal Blraeta.
Am C. Bl'ri'lM, M. D..
PajstcUa and Sargesi,
Offlea and Roidgnca. A Ulrica Ho, fort atrtaa 680 ly
Attsrasy aid Csaasellsr at Law,
Fort atracC, tare Soora below Merchant Street. 643 ly
S. II. DOLE,
literacy at Law.
QJte acr Ktckaritn't 3tre. eormtr fmrt mnd Mtrckmt
64 MtrttU, 7oWaVM. ly
Attsraey aid Csinel!r at Law.
OiSe an Qaaas Slrwt, opfoatto th Court Ilouac, ap aUiA.
R. V. DAVIS,
Ittsrarj at Law,
Win Fractjea la all th Crt of lb Kingdom, la both Eagluh
aod llavaiiaa Uoua-ca.
&9 OJKc aw Qutt Strett, ppU tkt Cturt Utut. ly
IITMAN Si. BROTHERS.
Wkslevale aid KrUU Dealers la Dry Cssdi, flstfcli?,
nan, rraxismxa goods.
Ladies' and Genta Boot aad Eaoea, Taakaa Kotlona, te-. Ice.,
Capt. Snm't Building,
Itm. 20 MCRCHAXT ST., (6T0 ly) flOXOLULU.
M. S. CRIXDACM A. CO
Iapertrrv aid Wkslesale Dealers la raalsaaUe
Clstala, Hats Caps, Bsstj aad Shses,
And Try variety of Gmtteaaraa Sapvrlor Farniahias Ooads
Slsra lumiarly acrasied by W. A. lUrick,
649 Mukim'i Block, yarn l. ly -
ALLEN v CIIILLINGWORTU,
wTOemUaaetbo General Mcrcnaadiaaaad Shipping boaiaMS
attfeaabova port, where they are prepared to faxaiah
toe JoaUy eetebrated Kaaalhae PotaXoea, aod
lach other reernits as are repaired
by whale ahlpa. at the
ahorteet aotice aad no lfce mmot maooable term.
Ftrowood on ZXaxtd.
a. P. AOAMA. s. O. WILDUU
ADAMS A. WILDER,
lictlsa and fooiwKslon Merchants,
FIRE r-KOOK STORK,
la Rbloea ItNildias, Uneea Street,
C !. RAItTOW,
mm Q,nrea Street. ler trota
Kaahaoutna street. ly
Inpsrterand Dealer In BsK Shoes, line athln,
larolshis Coeds rerfnairrf, lie.
Corner of Fori and Mtrehnml Strett,
670 HOMOLl lX', II. 1. ly
XV. L. R E K X,
Geaeral fsmmlsMon Arat and Broker,
QUEX STREET, iCSS ly HOSOLVLXJ.
C. BREWER Ai CO.
Commission and Shipping Mrrthait., .
M Iloaolala. Oaha. II. I. ly
Importer aid Dealer In Hardware, Cutlery, yieehaalts'
Tesl-S aud JLiitesitaral luipJeiurnts,
686 Kail Slrrrl. ly
c. . iriscii. MAcrM.
CJ1AV. X. SI'ENCKIt A. CO..
General Cmm!iian Merchants
tieeai Street. 6S ly J llowlnteu
Kl) WIN JOXES.
Grocer and Skip Chandler,
Money and Recrolls faruihvl to Cbtpa on FarorabW Tenna.
THE NEWSPAPER KI OKOA,
Paklished Weekly In the Hawaiian Language.
It bu the lutrU cimslatino In the rroup, and la read both
by Hawaiian, and Vmener. Priev 1 a year In ad
Vance. Alrrtitrtnrntatranalatml into Hawa
iian free of ehanre. Ofli'-e in oulb
667 corner of allor's Home ly
ED. IIOFFSCIILAEUKK A. CO.,
lmportersand Cuunaldou Merchant,
Caratr Fort ai wd Merchant Street.
F. A. tiCH A EFER Av CO.
Importers aid Commission Jlerrhants,
HONOLULU, 630 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
E. O. HALL A. SitS,
Importers and Dealers In Han! ware, Dry Goods,
Paimta. Oils, and Central Merchandise.
Corner r'urt and King SU. ly
Dealer In Ulies, Spirits Ale and Porter.
643 HoMoluln. ly
JOII.N TIIOS. WATERIIOCSE.
Importer and Dealer In Grueral Jlerthandlse,
Qoeen Street, Honolulu. ly
raSK saows. eopraav
BROWN Ai CO..
Importers 4. Wholesale Dealers la UIne, Spirits, ae.
671 MERCHANT 5T., UOXOLULU. 6m
j. a. viuii. a. C. iLLU
WALKER A. ALLEN.
Shipping aid Comuilolon Merchant,
6A2 HONOLULU, II. I. ly
II. E. MelNTVRE Ai BROTHER,
Grocery, Teed Store and Oakery,
Comer of King and Fort gtwta, nonololn, II. I. 642 ly
639 IIotei. Srarrr. nrit C. K. WHIWina. ly
McCULUAN Ai JOUSSOS,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H.
671 Oppnaile Tbeed. C. Ilrock'a. ly
FISCHER At ROTH,
Fort Street, oppoaite Odd FHIow'a Hall, Honolulu, II. I
M. C. CBALLaXEL. X. A. BLCHS.
CHALLAMBL Ac CO.,
Importers and Dealers In Wines, Spirits, lies, Jte.,
Ita. 8 KUUANU STREET,
676 Oppoaite Merchant atreet. Ilooololu, H. I. ly
DILLINGHAM Ai CO.,
uroaTCKd no pbalbm IS
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods Taints and Oils,
and General Merchandise,
.ent Ho. 05 A'.Vq STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Dealer la General Merchandise,
Cornrr of Hotel u;id Xuiitimt Streets, Honolulu, II. 1.
Celall EatablUhment en Xnnain Street.
669 Abure I he Fire-pmuf Store. ly
Commlislon 3Iercbant and General l;ent,
Agent for the Paokaa aod Amaaala Sorar Plantation Im
porter of Teaa aod other C'hirteae aod Fnreiirn Goods
aad wholeaale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
I New Steae Store, XnaaaaSlbelaw K
AFONO Ai ACIICCK,
Importers. Whole-ale and Retail Dealers la General
Vert han!le and ( lilMese Goods.
Flrerrer Slare, 'iana Street.
Coder the Pablic HalL 6&3 ly
L. L. TOR BERT
Dealer la all klads r Baildlag Materials
Paint and Oil, tfal Paper, R-'indow and Picture Giant,
Soak, Blind; Itoart, 4rc 4fC.
Ornca No. 20 Eflaxadb, (671 ly) OrrxHrrs Corav Hocsa-
M. PHILLIPS Ai CO..
Wkolesale Dealers la ClelUlns, Coots Shoes Hats,
Mei's I'nraishln and Fancy Gosds
iVe.4 MIERCUANT ST (671 Sm) HONOLULU.
UOLLES Ai COh
Ship Cbaidlers and Commission Merchants,
(Seen Street, HomJulu.
if eaara. C. A. Williams Ac Co. I Meeara. C. Brewer A Co.,
Mearra. Caatle A Cooke. I Meanra. II. Hackfeld A Co.,
Meaara. C. L Richarda A Co. U. C Waterman, Esq.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, Island
Prod are, Ac., and Commlvdon Merchant.
Byrwa'a Bar. IIIIw. S. I..
VTU1 keep constantly oa hand an extensive assortment of every
Seacripuon of roods required by ships aod others.
The hWcUest prire riven f-jr Island ProJoce.
err Money advanced fur UUls of Kxchasfe at reasonable rate.
TI1EO. 11. DAVIES,
iLot Jan ion. Green tf Co.)
Importer aad Commlsin Merchant,
cst roa .
LLOYDS or THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH or FOREIUN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof buildings, Kaabomaiia sod Qoeen Streets.
C. L RICHARDS fc CO
Ship Chandlers aad Commission Merchants, aid
Dealers In General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of WhaVrsand Merchant vessels.
WITH MAP OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS printed on them, can be had at the Bookstore.
004 Price) 1 2i Clh. r l ser Dsxca.
Faber's Io. 3 renclls.
HESE POPULAR PENCILS CAN RE
foondat () H. at. WHITNEY'S.
IotcIs, ler aud Old.
N INVOICE JIT ST RECEIVED AT THE
LBookgfeweor (0B) U. M. W HITS BY.
LEW EltS Ai DICKSON.
Dealers la Lumber and B eliding Materials,
TH. C. IIEUCK.
General Commission Merchant.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
Commission Merchsnt and General Shipping Agent,
Ca6 Hswslwln. Ostha. ly
dTn .F L ITNER,
Continues hi old business in the fireproof buildinr,
K n u h n in n u ii Street.
Chmnomelers rated by observatifr.s of the sun and start
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention trivento
floe watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses nilrered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
6.36 hand anil for sale. ly
D C. WATERMAN At COh
Ksfcial attention pail to the interests of the Whalinr, Fleet hy
the furnishiuir r funds, purchase and ante of Exchange, Oil,
Dune, General Merrhaihtl:, anJ the procuring of Freight
Messrs. MlAC IIiivukd.Jk. A Co., New Bedford
W. U. K. Pops, Vjq.. ' do.
J. C. Miiuu Si Co , Ban Francisco
aiM'L. M. CA.sTLC. J. m. ATSKKTO!t. A. S. COOKS.
CASTLE A. COOKE,
Importers and General Merchants,
lllag at reel, oppwnile the Srnaira's Chapel.
AI.SO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jajncs Celebrated Family Medicines.
Wheeler 6r Wilson's Sewinr Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohida Soear Company, IIwaiL
The Ilnikn Supir Cvmpauy, Maui.
Tht Hawaiian npr Mills, Mao I.
The Waialua Sugat Planlatinn, Oaha.
The Lumahai Ilioe PUntatitm, Kauai 663 ly
BISHOP Ai CO.. Baakrrs,
Office, In the east corner ef Makcc's Block,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exi-hany on
The ISA sx or CAUroaxtA. - fan Francisco
Messrs Jaisiti.i.,SliTTas at Co., New York.
" Lkkh If Wallxm, - - New York,
Tbkhokt National IIask, - Boston.
OaiaxTAL Bask CosroaATios. - London.
Messrs. MAacCASD, Asdkk Co., Paris.
Agents Pact no Ixsuhaxck Co. and Makhattas Lira Issca-
a ncu Co.
Will receive deposlta.dtscnunt flrs'xlass business paper, and
attend to eollei-tlne.elc. ly
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT Brnnrs Board vf (Jndervrrilcra.
A cent Drt-svdrN Boir,I of Uudcrvrrltera,
A veal Virnuu Boaril of l utlrrwrllrrs.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AM) EDINHURGII.
CAPITA L.... :.i i.'... X.S.OOO.OOO
Arranalalrd ami Invented Farad, 2,SUS,118
rfMIE I7NDF.KSIGNKl HAVE ItEEN AP
JL POINTED AUENTri lor the Sandwich lsla:.ds, and are
au..mrisl to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken in any part of the Inlands on Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein, Dwellint; Houses and Furni
ture, Timber, Coal, Fliis in harbor with or without cargoes or
noder repair. 1670 ly ED. U JFFoCULA EU ER & CO.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATES. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous. T1IE0. U. DAVIKjj,-
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues rire and Life Full ties
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims for Losses svtlied with promptitude.
C49-ly THhO. 11. DAVIES, Agi-nt.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of Ha ik Frnnolsioo.
FBMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed atrents for the above Company, beg leave to
Inform the public that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT aad IRE A SURE,
643 ly WALKER A ALLEN.
II A MltUItfJII-BIlEMEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rSVllE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
M. Appointed A Ken ts of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks arainst Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
F. A. SCHAEFER 4r CO.
Honolulu, May 4.1S6S. 6SS ly
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF HARTFORD, CONN-,
With an uccumdated Heservt Raul of ovtr Tietnty
Hit JlUlion Dollars, is the
Oldest Mitial Insurance Company In America,
Has the Largest amonnt of Assets,
The Largest Receipts and Smallest Expenses,
The Largest number of Members,
Pays the Largest Cctnrn Dividends,
And ts the most Liberal Co. In existence.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Company, I ara preared to furnish any in
formation pertaining to Lire Insurance, and to receive ap
plications for the insuring of Uvea of aoy ase between 14 and
60 years, on as favorable tnna as are off.-red by any other
The attentlca of those eootemptatinc Insuring; their own lives
or the Uvea of others, la Invited to the superior advantages
offered by this Company, In the large amount of its assets
and the consequent security afforded to the Insured. Its in
come fpjca interest alone more than covers all the expenses. In
closing aymenla oo account of the death of members.
Circulars and all other desired information will be supplied
oo application, personally or by letter, to
II. M. WHITNEY,
669 6m A sent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Per Late Arrivals,
AND FOR 8AI.E BY II. W. WHITNEY.
AW OT LEY'S DUTCH REPUBLIC, 3 Vwla.
I M Motley's History of the Netherlands, 4 vols.
Peon's Waverly NoveU, complete in & vols.
Dickens' Novels, complete,
Arabian NlebU Entertainments, illustrated,
PrescotCs Conquest cf Peru. 2 vols.
Lossinr's Civil War In America, S vol.
Dochaiiu'a Journey to Ashango Land,
A piston's Dictionary of Mechanics, 3 vols.
Owen Meredith's Poems,
Mitchell's EneydopasdU of Science and Art,
Thompson's The Land and the Book,
Darwin's Animals and Plants noder Domesticatioo.
Speeches of Lord Macao lay. 2 vols.
Warren's Household Physician,
Copeland's Country Life, illustrated.
Downing' Landscape Gardening and Architecture.
Milch Cows aod Dairy Farming.
Johnson's Agricultural Chemistry.
Hams' Insects Injurious to Vegetation,
Merry's Bonk of Rhymes and Pussies.
You alt on the Horse,
Hhteli's Resources of California.
Habits of Uood Society.
Irvibft's Mahomet, 2 vols.
Presbyterian Confession of Faith,
Day'a English literature,
Herbert's Hints to Horse-keepers,
RandaJL's Sheep Husbandry,
Alien's Rural Arc hi lecture.
Gardening for the couth. 67T
ALCCLATED TO SCORE FROM 120
to 240 Fahrenheit. 7 Cents Is I .SO rarh.
For bale by U. M. WHITNEY.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Slannfactnrer, Importer and Dealer in Fnrnltare
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. n. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 6S91y
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
H. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
IILOT, MEDIUmTxD NAVV BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Mater, Sotla und Halter Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made or the Best Flour, bsked daily and
always on hand.
If. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY.
JOB 31 TIBBBTS, THOU. 8OKIUM02I.
Ship Carpenters and Caulkers,
a At D. Foster &. Co.'s Old Stand,
Near the " Honolulu Iron Worka.- 687 6ro.
D ALTON 6t BLAUVELT,
SadtlSe mad Ilnrness ITIakcrs,
A'.VO STREET, HONOLULU.
iL-7T-Ev Camaze Trimmlns In all itsVSis-
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
J. ,11. OAT & SOIV,
& 1 X - 3vs: EL 33L O X JS ,
KAAHUMANU STREET, yfcvl
(I T raiiwiic saiait.biifi Kuniaunxii til ll
work turned out from our lAift. C69 ly
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COITCR AIVU TISIHTIIS.
TAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
the public that Ux-y are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Copper Work, consisting in part of btilus, steikb Fax, gos
CHUM PASS, WOKM, rCMPS, CtC, CtC.
Also on hand, a full assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
ALL KISOS Or RKFAIKtXG DOSE WITH SKATXKSS ASS DISPATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt ntlention.
Shop on Knahutnanu St., one door above Flitner's. 680 6m
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, next to Bethel Yestry.
Honolulu, n. I. 67 A ly
J. H. WICKE,
ALASKA STRKKT BRLOW TUB TITEATRK.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 674 ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
At the Old Staad.
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A targe Stock of OIL SIIOOKS and all kinds of Caop
vriujx Alalrrinla conetantly on hand.
lie hopes by attention to business to merit a con-
tinuaace of the patronafre u . h he has hitherto en
joyed, and for Which he now returns his thanks.
FURNI TU X HE !
CAN BE HAD AT
CEO. LEONARD'S SHOP,
ON THE ES PLANA D E ,
Bureaus, Wardrobes, Bedsteads,
TABLES, LOrXGES. AVASII-STAXDS,
Whatnots, Book Cases, Secretaries, &c, &c
Furniture manufactured at this Establishment Warranted as
good, if not better, than the imported, and offered at moderate
669 CALL AND SEE. Sm
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher,
639 Near the Drug Store of J. Mott Smith lr Co. , ly
a. . i o i m o iv,
13 PREPARED TO REPAIR
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
666 With promptness and dispatch. ly
GEOKG W. IVOUTOIV,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
rr7 WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
1 At Uie Old Stand, on the Esplanade,
toi ly Next above the Custom House.
SAMUEL ITI. CARTER,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
NEXT DOOR ABOVE L. L. TORBERTS.
" toCi ly .
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
to notify his friends and the public
generally that he has taken tbe tftand
on Fort Street, recently occupied by Mr. Andreas as
a Machine Shop, where he ia prepared to execute all orders in
bis line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner. 663 ly
Manufacturer of FURNITURE of all De
scriptions. PLANING, SAWING AND TURNING DONE.
Mouldings of all kinds eonstantly en Rand.
IAS. A. KUUDICIi,
COOPER AND CAUCER.
Continues the businett
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade.
AH wor done with care, and orders promptly attended to.
652 Chakgrs Modesatb. ly
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Sanann Street, bet. Merehant and Qneen,
A HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Oalv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, etop Cocks, India Rubber Hose best 8-ply In
lengths of 25 and 60 feet, with Coupling and Pipe' com.
plete. Also, a very large stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. I "articular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citxens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in tbe past, we hope by strict
attention to business to merit tbe same for the future.
UT Orders from tbe other Islands will be carefully attended
to. - 643 ly
PACIFIC DRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE
spectrally inform tbe pobUe that he is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
fjr All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on abort
17 Constantly on band, hose eoaplmg of the foBowhtf.
si Acs: J, . 1, 1, 2 and 2. Alao, oU caps and gang cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
612 ly Eing street.
U I L O , II. I.
Sugar and Molasses.
CiROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, by
068 6m WALKER ft ALLEN, Agents. -
WKW CROP, NOW COMING IN.
11 .For Sal by -'
30 3 - C. 'BREWER ATJo., agents.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
OF THE KOIIALA SUGAR COMPANY,
For sale in quantities to suit by
6S0 3m CASTLK A COOKE.
EW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
873 6m C. BREWER & Co., agents.
Suar and Molasses Crop 1869,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 18C9,
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN Q.UANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
666 6m WALKER A ALLEN, Agent.
ly ADAMS A WILDER, Agents.
II. Corn well, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
612 ly OEO. C. McLEAN, Agent.
PACIFIC MARKET !
OPPOSITE J. LEWIS' COOPER SHOP,
fH.ugA W here Fautilien enn jmrrk
Jr2J Supplied with (he L0jT
" '-f beat of sAAaaaUsk
Beef; Mutton, Pork and Sausages,
AT REASOHABLK BATES.
682 3m WIS5ENBACH A SIIREI. Prop'ra.
UAWAIIAIV JLEATI1ER !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
Goat Skins. -
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE
BRATED WAIMEA TANNERY,
For sale at the lowest market rates by
63a ly A. S. CLEG HORN, Agent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. NOTLEY,
By (6G9 ly) . A. S. CLEOHORN, Agent.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
By HUDDY & GRAY, at Leleo.
AV1NG RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
stock of material, are prepared to supuiy their customers
and the public, with the beat Yellow, Brown uaid
White SOAP. ALSO
SOFT AND OHi SOAP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. 8. Soap grease always wanted. 663 ly
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY W. J. RAWLINS,
ru-,I1E PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
M Works ia prepared pply bis customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the beBt uality V ELLO W SO A P.
SOFT SOAP alwny oa band.
Thb Highest Pbicb paid roa Soap Gas as a. 6A8 ly
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS !
Domestic Inclixstry !
aT BT V Wy B TTv trv v mm an arm STB) amm mat sn OCTasT ATm, 11
I HCsIVCiUI JT aV VKo M. MM MU BmJ M Vf J a m
ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS ! "
The Cultivation of Sea Maud Cotton
IN THIS GROUP, AS FOLLOWS.
1 To any person, native or foreigner, who, during the year
1369, grows the tarrgent crop of Sea Island Cotton, provided it
It not less than 20 bales of 400 pounds each of ginned cotton,
or its equivalent iu seed Cottbn (say 23,000 pounds lu the seed),
I willpay the sum of
Five Hundrrd Dollars in Gold !
2 To the person, native or foreigner, who, during the year
1899, grows the next largest crop of Sea Island Cotton, if not
less than li bales of 400 pounds each, or i s equivalent la seed
Cotton (say 21,000 pounds in the seed), I will pay the sum of
Three Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin!
3 To the person, native or foreigner, who, during the year
1869, grows the third largest crop of Sea Island Cotton, if not
less than 12 bales of 400 pounds each, or its equivalent in seed
Cotton (say 18,000 pounds of seed Col ton), I will pay tbe sumo
Two Hundred Dollars in Gold Coin !
The only conditions annexed to tbe above offers, which are
open to all, are that the Cotton shall be lTawaiian grown, a
pore merchantable article of the Sea Island variety, to be ac
cepted as such, and purchased by the undersigned at current
prices provided it tanks as first quality and that tbe claim
ants of tbe sums offered shall have actually, cultivated and
grown tbe Cotton, acd not purchased any part of it from others,
la case of doubt, satisfactory proof will be required.
This offer will remain on till December 31. 1860.
July. 1868. (633) II. M. WMTTSCT.
OF VARIOUS SIZES. FROM SO Ci TO
ftl 5 O each. Very convenient for a Store, Office, or
Workshop. (674) H. M. WHITNEY.
Payson'8 Indelible Ink.
FOR MARKING LINEN, TO BE USED
without any preparation the beat marking ink in use.
For sale by 51 II. M. WHITNEY.
Harper's Kebellion Record.
SUBSCRIBERS FOR THIS STERLING
Work can obtain the remaining numbers, which have been
received by the steamer. This work is now complete. -A
few seta of it bound In two volumes. For tale by
674 H. M. WHITS ET
Indexed Uleni. Books.
AVERY CONVENIENT ARTICLE FOR
Bill Collectors and others. For tale by
663 II. M. WHITS BY.
Ink, Ink, Ink !
T7KR SALE AT II. M. WHITNEY'S B00K
1? STORK :
Haynard A Arnold's Writing and Copying Ink, in quarts,
pints and cones, -Thaddeas
Davids A Co.'s Writing and Copying Ink, In quarts,
pinta and cones.
Arnold's Writing Fluid and Copying Ink, in quarts and pinta,
Blackwood A Co.'s Steel Pen and Copying Ink, in pinta,
Edward A. Lambert's Violet Writing Fluid, in quarts,
Thaddeua Davids A Co's Red and Blue Ink. in cooes.
Tbaddent Davids A- Co.'s Brilliant Carmine Ink. 663
Dilke's Greater Britain.
A RECORD OF TRAVEL IN ENGLISH
8PKAKINU COl MTRIEa, during 1866 and 1867. Price
$1 75. For sale by (179) II. M. WHITNEY.
KEG Ufa A K OA HIT PACKET.
" THE SLOOP
Will leave every 3rontlay afternoon for Ports on
OaJiH, returning Saturday mornings.
688 3in CHAS. N. RPEJfCER & CO., Agentt.
FOR II I CO AND KOflAIaA.
THE FA ST-S A 1 LIN U CLIPPER SCHOONER
XV. II. Babcock, Com,.
JFi -3tfo Ililo, touching at Honoipiu
For Fret J
! lor Ptige apply to the Contain, or to
i jf C- N. SPENCER A CO.,
FOR KONA AND KAU.
Cape. JT. Whitford,
Will run regtdarly on Vie above route.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain, or to
686 6m CHAS. N. SPENCUt A CO., Agents..
FOR KONA, HAWAII.
Capt. Joe XVemi, .
Vill run regularly to ports on Kona, touching at
Kohala on her return.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
683 6m CHAS. N. SPENCER A CO., Agents.
Regular Packet for Hanalei, Kauai.
THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will Sail as a Hegular Packet as above.
Tor Freight or passage apply to
638 3m WALKER A ALLEN.
CLIPPER SCHOONER LILIU
IFifl rim regxdarly to M0L0KAI.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain, or to
686 6m CHAS. N. SPENCER A CO.
LAHAINA AND MAKEE' S LANDING.
THE FAVORITE CLIPPER SCHOONER
E. D- CRANE MASTER.
Will run regularly betioeen Honolulu and tlie ahov
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
685 6m C. BREWER A CO.
Resuiar Packet Tor aLakaina.
THE WELL -KNOWN EXTREME CLIPPE1.
J. C. CLCXEV, MASTER, 1 .
Is laid on as a Regular Packet to Lahaina, and, if tafieltt
inducement offers, to Mas lea and Kalepolepo. r
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain, or H. HACK
FIELD A Co. 688 8m
For Ililo and Oiioniea, Hawaii.
lUii. Schooner -Annio,
Will run as a Regular Packet to tbe above porta. For Freight
or Passage apply to
670 6m WALKER A ALLEN, Agentt.
For Hilo and Kaupabnea, Hawaii.
Will run aa a Regular Packet to tbe above porta, touching at
LAHAINA. For Freight or Passage apply to
670 6m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Hawaiian Packet Line
SAN FRANCISCO !
The following First-CUss Vessels will Rbb Regu
larly In tbe llonolal Line t
D. C. Murray,
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommodations for
Cabin and Steerage Passengers, apply to
672 6m WALKER 4 ALLEN, Agents.
Published and for sale by
II. ITI. WHITNEY, Honolulu.
A DICTIONARY Of THE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE To
which ia added a vocabulary of English words, rendered
into Hawaiian, and a chronological table of principal eventa
in Hawaiian History. By Lorrin Andrews. Price lo
sheep binding, $5 00; or $0.00 in ball morocco library
SYNOPSIS OF nE HAWAIIAN LANGUAGE By W. .
Alexander, President of Oaha College. Paper, 60 eta.
HAWAIIAN PHRASB BOOK A manual of colloquial pbraa
es in the Hawaiian Language. ...Price 60c.
ANDREWS HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR, by Lorrin Andrews
An indispensable aid for foreigners in acquiring tbe native
tongue. In its arrangement of the parts of speech, and lla
illustrations of tbe peculiarities of the language, it is better
adapted to give a clear aod correct insight into it, than any
work published..... Price, half bound, $2.00.
HAWAIIAN FORM BOOK, by J. W.H. KauwaM, Esq A
manual of forms required in drawing np agree meats, bonds
wills and all kinds of legal documents repaired is courts.
LAIEIKAWAI, Thb Lady or thb Twilight, (In Hawaiian)
A tradition of one of tbe ancient Hawaiian Princesses, illus
trating their antiquities, habits aod sayings. Price $1.0O
bail bound cloth. ...
PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Vols. 1 to 12, In
clusive, embracing from tbe years 1866 to 1868, aad giving
a concise and Impartial history of tbe political and social
progrea of tbe Kingdom during that period. $3 00 per
' volume, ball bound, sheep. SobtcripUon price, $6.00 per
CHART OF THE 8ANDWICH ISLANDS Engraved on steel,
and printed at Washington, expressly for tbe undersigned.
This ia tbe Boost correct chart published. ... .Price $2UK.
ALSO FOR SALE
THE HAWAIIAN SPECTATOR Conducted by an associrtieti
of gentlemen, 1838. 2 vela. Sro. bound in one. Contain
ing a great variety of information on the early history of
these islands not to be found In any other work. A few cop
ies only of this work remain. Price $6,00.
HAWAIIAN BIBLES Octavo site, bound In fancy morocco
. covers with records for marriages and deaths, suitable for
family bibles. Price according to ttyle of binding, from $S
HAWAIIAN AND ENGLISH TESTAMENT Having tbe two
versions in parallel columns one of the best text books for
persona wishing to acquire the Hawaiian Itugoage.
N. B. Any books published In the Hawaiian language or any
books pertaining to the Islands, If obtainable, will be pro.
cured for pet sons desiring them.
For tale by . ,
- H. M WHITNEY.
,Tfae Anerltaa Klgsloa la the Sandwich Island,
A Vindication and an Appeal
In relation to the -Proceedings
of the Heformed Catholic Mission at
Imnolulu. . -
Bt Bev. Wm. Em.
' Reprinted from the London JSdition.
$1 in Boards SO Ccata la Paper CoTgrw.
For Sale by H. M. WHITNEY.