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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MARCH 5, 1870.
In the Ligheat style of the art.
The Tfirl Gatherer.
.cPicrrrttr nMc.i'w r" 0,'Ht"'
fader the warn of far-off tropic w,
The I odiao dier aearrheth aftr pearl,
ul brir.g them ;ard, ttwl the iht may plec
The pride of oi.-ur.xia and th ey - of girl.
la carera depth, wh -re UsM of wn ne'er th .ee,
II- rr.p hia way io rtarTne "! in gToom.
An.! pluck the ra-.h-Ha eVn irr.m N-ptuue's thiol, .
That beaut j' brow may hare a furer btoom-
The huies-a-nv.r.st.'rs threteu Lim in ain
The limy nnr. opoo U.e oe-an's fljur
Retard hi step; Mil, niindl"- of th? pain.
He labor oo, and gh r up r
OfVu he Cud lUm rrirkol and .ealher-Lued,
And thu hi Ubor are but ill r.rrid t
Bat. m. ihe iurr..w, all his nrrr- are .trained
For a nrw tffit where lae la-l n"1-
.,m-fin txif year e!:pe b. re be floria
The pearl off reaie.1 prire.-lbe costy gem ;
But fi(h utii- hira mi.l.t the nd wind.
Till oat i fuuwl, w.rtby a dia.lera.
Awl th'ti hi day Ho more erenely glide
lie caa r'gn him haIlop and hi oar.
Awl iti h tiie eddies f he ruhing tide.
Tenia h I w hut bide the ware-wjuhed shore,
Wilful a tliougM. a- thM each passing hour
I f-ihtd wilt wuh all the Joya of aenae
That hia bright pearl haa fien l him the power
To ceaae fr-.m t..tl, mad live in competence.
We rathr pearl in other mod. a than hia :
la ihrM.g'd ritj'a oeercrowde.! way.
We .ur.J the d-piba of poyerty'a ab.
And trii.c them upward to the light of Jay.
I.i the dark Un- where T ce and want abound,
n tearrh. the woea of human kind to heal ;
fit!i-r the orphan, one by one, aa found.
And care for thern with an untiring xcmL
And ofit.rnra we may hope, oar work to Lies.
8- .me price!).- m of heart, or aoul, or mind.
Will hi:e brd in radiant loyeUneaa,
To h -er our Uak, and b.:neCt mankind ;
4on " Fl.Trence Nighlirfale,' with purpoae brT
To chrm the w.rU with affluence of lore ;
Home saintly Iloward," with t!e wtab Io tare
By will of iron, but with heart like dove.
But, fuiing theme, we gather pearl, earh day.
Far richer than those divers of the sea ;
f.tr we can bear the Master's voice still say,
" What ye h.ir; done for these, ye did to tne."
Hpeed on the work ! Te men and women all.
So nobler object can command your powers,
I'util the summoua come which call
F.oca earthly homes to Ilea Ten' celestial bowers.
New York Correspondence No. 34.
77.i .S'iom lTtAiilay Time J-imts FiJc, Jr.. and
Ji. V. B'!r Xeie I'tar's Otlis -Ye- Year's
&kiE,li!r and Papers Tfte Stale of Bust-
iltijM OCR OWN CORRESPONDENT.
"Stvi York, Jan. 3d, 1870.
We have liaJ n winter yet ; December was as
miM as Maj ; the infrequent flurries of enow
which f-II during the month rested but a few
hours upon the ground ; apartments upon the
s unnj eiJe of our streets have hardly needed fires
as jet ; an J the proprietors of etating-rinks, ice
houses and the coal-dealers are equally despond
ent, for t!ie price of cual has barely advanced
bejon J t!ie summer fibres ; and there has been
no skating and no storing of ice for next summer.
Eat tLe hundred thousand people io New York
who are selljtn warm in winter hare bo far man
aged Trj eumfortablj.
The? h.-Ii.Lty season which properly closes to
day, the .Mjulay after New Year's, has been very
generally observed. Cars and steamboats laden
to t!ieir fallet capacity are bringing back New
Yorkers from almost every Suite in the Union.
Stepping from the Norwich boat the other even
ing, I saw James Fiak, Jr.. the notorious railway
operator, a fat man, of the eanguine-Iyniphatic
temperament, gorged with the dinners of the holi
dav. dresoed in n suit ot navy cloth and wearing
jM Lire upon his cap like a naval ofScer. Fislc
ljked as if lie had stolen the livery of war to
Krte Epicurus in. lie bore hi 250 pounds of
' t, t sulid flesh " acrosa the gangway, and
aa ))n arm-in-arm with General li. F. Butler
another pjuwnger by the same boat, also a fair
complexion! notoriety of the Saxon type. One
does n.t r-a lily associate the light blondes with
the Uea of doep-dyed villainy ; and I was some
what shocked at overhearing a gentleman in the
crowd remark, somewhat profanely, to a friend.
cutler s profile, to be sure, is wonderfully fine ;
but you have only to look at hia front face to be
asu?ed that he is one of hell's own children'
m ithout subscribing to this vivacious criticism,
I must liowever confess that the General has a re
markably sinister cast of features, and that it is
.t difficult to see how he earned from his ene-
iwes the brevet title of Beast Butler."
je W call were made with unfailing
m it.,te of the weather, which was atro
e 7 fivo or 81 jears past
tbl JfnQarj- 1 rved inuch less
t I l ta le-mSd
nknown orKn the v v tGeny are almost
the failure 5? DZTt " P"B'Mj
country may i J! mo't in this
wiBennSte :rer1.Me f
which are now the 1
Jade Allen and Mr.. Allen cf IT , , i
remaining scarcelr ! , . .
fen.Id to find them oTt for
cesheetd of Mrs. Stowei inA;,: .
TUJ ?T "d of herself Kh aT .
I "kia, that 3l4ent ot e propriety of
J original j' 18 a mere dilution of the
1 1 inatioo on tC Y ''the charSe of &allu-
I tnetestloi - F yron is dwputed by
1 i-K " ii t- erta in mnfol a:
of Udr vr r "." qau tion M 10 the tb
WttL't f":r7 ThTt" T - DO nearer.a
"Cttonaf'V i! 'Presentatives, shall
' Pofc.., th left by her with the
most solemn injunctions of secrecy. Acojrding j
to Mrs. Stowe'a own statement, the trustee in j
whorMJ care these partcre were placed declared that
they could not be fully published, and that they
should regret anything that should call public at
tention once more to the di.scussion of her his
tory." These capers, in tlie word! of Ladv
Byron'a will, " the trustees were alone to make
use of as they might judge to be befct for the in-
A , , . ., ,
teresti? of her grandchildren." 1 he true story of
Lady Byron's life will not probably be written
uuiu i v uuii lauiko itc u j i hick; ocntcu jRuis.
Meanwhile, so good an authority iuj tho New York
Tribun say of Mrs. Stowe's coune in the mat
ter : She determined that Lady Byron's will
should not be respected. We do not believe that
a grower breach of trust was ever committed
with a good motive."
Bat enough of this deplorable affair. The holi
day season has brought us pleasantcr books than
the " Vindication. One of them in J. R. Lowell's
new poem, The Cathedral." It is a pretty
flower of culture, though in no sense a grand
poem. It is appropriate to the holiday season ;
it is the confectionery of poetry, a cathedral imi
tated in frosted sugar. When shall we have a
poet that is at once an artist and a masculine
thinker? Tennyson's new poem, the Holy
Grail," is jus-t out, a growth of the same spirit of j
delicate culture which has produced Lowell's
poem. It is 44 double-distilled thoughts expresml
in double-distilled language." With all Tenny
son's great talents, there is about whatever he
writes an ineffaceable impression of filagree. No
living poet is abreast with the finest thought of
the age. Ixwell is finical ; Longfellow is a rever
beration of delightful echoes ; Tennyson is rhymed
orthodoxy ; Browning buzzes unintelligibly like
a fly entangled in a web of speculation ; Bryant
never attains an emotional temperature higher
than zero ; Einerson and Walt. Whitman nre
wonderful thinkers, but their poems are artistic
ally without form and void. Anglo-Saxon poetry
is, during the present generation, an affair of the
The drama revives with the new year, the prin
cipal attractions promised being Fechter, the
Gcrman-French-English actor, and Edwin Booth.
Last week Mr. Booth, who lives, since his mar
riage, a few months ago, to Miss McVickar, in an !
elegant bouse under the roof of his own theatre,
gave a brilliant reception to hia friends, at which
the company, though small, was the choicest that
New York could give. Such another reception
was given by Mrs. Youmnns, formerly Mrs. Judge
Lee, of Honolulu, a few evenings previously.
Among the guests I noticed Profesfeor and Mrs.
Stowe, Horace Greeley, and other literati of hardly
less celebrity. Professor Younians, by the way,
retired lately from the editorship of Appleton's
Journal, and the vacant position was filled by Mr.
Robert Carter, of Philadelphia.
It may interest the readers of the Advertiser to
know that the editorship of Harper's Magazine
has passed from the hands of Mr. Guernsey to
Mr. Henry M. Alden, lare editor of Harper's
Weekly. The New Y'ork Times is etill without a
head, the management being unable to supply as
yet the vacancy caused by the death of Mr. Ray
mond. The first-rate journalist is an exceedingly
rare article in the American market.
A new weekly period ical, culled the Universe,
is to make its appearance here on the 6th iust.
It is a continuation of the weekly known to
Western readers as the Chicagoan, and will aim
to be the leading organ of the Spiritualists.
Stephen Pearl Andrews treatise on 44 Univers
olugy " ha betn long delayed in its appearance.
The work is now entirely stereotyped, but will
not be printed for some months to come. Hie
book trade is unusually dull this winter, holiday
sales, especially, being fewer tlian during any
previous tea son for many years. A number of
heavy failures have occurred in other branches of
business. There is some stringency in the mar
kets, and a general disposition to purchase only j
for immediate sales. Yet the trade in many
articles of luxury haa not fallen off during the
present holiday season. At Tiffany's, and at
Ball & Black's, our principal jewelers, I never
8w greater crowds of customers than a few days
ago. Evidently there is plenty of money in New
Y'ork yet. Calamcs.
Office corner of Fort and Hotel Streett.
J. M. WIIlT.VEr. D. D. S
Orncs orsa Da. norrxA.is'rf Data Store,
CORNER OF KAAHUMANU AND MERCHANT STS.
il Office hours from t a. m. till 2 P. M. ly
E. HOFFMANN, M.D.
Physician and Sargeon,
Canter Merchant and Kaahumana sts., near PoetofOce. 6S7 ly
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
Physician and Sargeon.
OfSc in II. L. Chase's building. Fort Street.
t,SAtmcCh.iplatn St., between Nuuanu and Fort St.
Ornc Uocaa From 8 to 10 A. M., and from 3 to 6 P. M.
A. C. BIFFLM, M. D.,
Physician and Snrgeon,
Offlce and Residence, Aid rich House, Fort street 6 SO ly
Attarney and Coansellor at Law,
Fort street, three doors below Merchant Streets. 702 ly
R. G. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice In all the Court of the Kingdom, In both Englieh
and Hawaiian languages.
92 Office on Queen Street, opposite the Court Hon, ly
S. B. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
Qfie over Richardson's Store, corner Fort and Merchant
717 streets, Honolulu. ly
IV. C. JONES,
Itttrnej at Law and Land igent.
WQl practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. He will
auend the Circuit Courts io Kauai, Maui and Hawaii,
ml visit either of those Island ou
M Office near the Court House. iy
CIICLAN Si BROTHER.
ixroBTKA-s or avd c sals a, nt
Caiaa Q4i f all Descrlptloas, aad In all kinds af
Also, constantly on band, a superior quality of Ilawaiiaa Rice.
634 SUUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
THE NEWSPAPER KIOKOA,
Pnhllshed TeeLIj in the Hawaiian Language.
It haa the Unrest cirealatioo in the prroup, and is read both
by Uawaliaaa aad Forehrnera. Price S2 a year in ad'
vance. Advertisements translated ioto ilawa
iiaa free of charre. Offlr over Post OfEc.
a. r. ADAmi.
S. 0. WILOkH.
ADAMS Si WILDER.
1 at lion nod touimiia 31erebnt.
FIKK I'KUOK eXURE,
la Kbiaoa' Builrfiatf. UuMii Street.
! c i"nftloneer! W
Sales Roous oa iueeu Street, oue door Iron
ttSO Kaahumanu street. ly
! , J,,,IN' J"f- YVVT" a
Queen Street, Honolulu.
k. c. aLLKK
WALKER Si. ALLEN,
Skipping ud (omiulioa Merthants
682 HONOLULU, II. I. ly
P. A. SCll A EPER Si. CO.
Importers and Cotumiion Slerrhants,
HONOLULU, 690 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
JO II N RITSOV,
Dealer In Wines, Spirits, Ale nd Porter.
C96 Honolulu. ly
KI. IIOFFSCI1 LAEGKR Sc CO.,
Importers and fomniKslon Merchants,
Corner of Fort mid Mrrchanl Streets'.
I! R O V X Si
Importers k W hnlesale Dealers In M iues, Spirits. &c.
100 MERCHd.VT 5T., HQyOLVLV. 8m
LKWKRS Si OICKSOX.
Dealer la Lumber and Unildlng Materials,
60 Fort Street. ly
TH. C. IIKC'CK.
General 1'ouiinis.sion Merchant.
W. N. LA DO,
Importer and Dealer In Hardware, Cutlery, Merhanlrs'
Tools, aud Asrlr nltarAl Implements,
68S Foi t Sireyi. ly
FISCHER Si ROTH.
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolulu, II. I.
McCOLCAX Si JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, H O JV O L V I. V, H. I.,
671 Opposite TheKl. O. Ileack's. ly
II. E. McINTVRE Si BROTHER,
Grocery, Feed Store aud Maker y,
Corner of King and Port streets, Honolulu, II. I. 695 ly
Groeer aud Ship Chandler,
Money and Recruits furnished to Ehips on Favorable Terms.
W. L. GREEN,
General Commlsioa Agent and Broker,
jUE EX STREET, 088 lyl HONOLULU.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Agent,
68S Honolulu. Onhu. ly
L. L TORBERT,
Dealer In all kinds of Building Materials,
Paint and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glats,
Sah, Blind, Doors, ifC, (fC.
Ofvick No. 20 Ksplanauk, (674 ly) Opposite Cocrt Hocse
AFONG Si ACHLCK,
Importers. Fholesale and Retail Dealers In General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
FlreprooT Store, Nnsnuu Slrert.
Under the Public Hall. 70S ly
E. O. HALL S SUN.
Importers and Dealers in Hardware, Dry Goods,
Paint, Oil, and General Merchandise.
700 Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
Dealer tn General Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and Xuuanu Streets, Honolulu, ILL
Retail Establishment en Xanana Street.
669 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
Commission Merchant and Geueral Agent,
Agent for the Pankaa and Arnauulu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
aud wholesale dealer In Hawaiian Produce,
In Xtw Stoat Store, Nuiisiin St., below King.
C. L. RICHARDS Si CO.,
Ship Chandlers aud Commission Merchants, and
Dealers In General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand afull assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whaler and Mt-rchaDt vessels.
DILLINGHAM 6c CO.,
IMP0KTKU3 ASE UKALEBS IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints aud Oils,
and General jierruandlse,
674 No. 95 KING STREET, HONOLULU. ly
BOLLES Si CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commlslon Merchants,
!ieot Utreit, Honolulu.
acrcks it piRMiflsion to
Messrs. C. A. Williams & Co. I Messrs. C. Brewer h Co.,
Messrs. Castle & Cooke. I Messrs. II. Hackfeld & Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards k Co. It. C Waterman, Ksq.
II I'M AN Si BROTHERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing,
HAT3, FURNISHING GOODS,
Ladies' and Genu Boot and Shoes, Yankee Notions, 4c, 4c,
Capt. Snow' Building,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST., (670 ly) HONOLULU.
81M-L M. CAdTLC. J. B. ATBKRTOS. A. S. COOKI.
CASTLE Si COOKE.
Importers and General Merchants,
King atreet, oppoaite the Seamen Chit pel.
AfSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala bugar Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Sugar Company, Maui.
The Hawaiian Sugar Mills, Maui.
The Waialua ttairai Plantation. Oahu.
The Lumahai Rice Plantation, Kauai 716 ly
D C. WATERMAN Si CO..
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whftlinr Fleet by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Uaac Howlawd, Jb. k Co., New Bedford
W. O. U. Pore, Esq.. " do.
J. C. Mkbrill Co., Baa Francisco
' D. N. FL1TNER,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian or Honolulu. Particular attention giren to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
686 hand and for sale. ly
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, Island
Prodace, 4c, and Commission Merchant.
Byron'a Bay. Ililo. S. I..
WU1 keep constantly on hand 11 extensive aasortment or every
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price Riven for Island Produce.
37 Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
BISHOP Si CO Bankers
Office, la the east corner of Matee's Block,
Kaahumanu atreet, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on
The Ban or CALiroaxiA, - San Francisco
Messrs Gatsx SLU.MiSTraa k Co New York.
" Leas) tf Walls, - . New York,
Tscxorr National Bask, - - Boston.
Obikktal Base CoaeoaAiiox. - London.
Mesars. MaacoAao, Aaoaa k Co., Paris.
Agents Paciric Iiuckasc Co. and Masbatta.i Lira Issra-
Will receive deposits.dtscoont flrit-class baslnetipaper, and
attend to collect ins.ete. S6 ly
C. BREWER Sc CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchant,
709 Honolulu. ( h u II. I.
IRA RICH A RDSOX,
Importer and Healer In Boots Shoes, Fine flothlns,
Furnishing Cuod-, Perfnmerv, if.
Cornrr of fort and Merchant Streets,
C70 HONOLULU, U. I. ly
M. S. GRIXBAL'M St CO-
Importers and Wholesale Dealer in Fashionable
t'lothing. Hats, taps. Boots aad Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furninhinp Good
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldricb,
70v Maker'' Bind, Queen ft. ly
ALLEN aT C II 1 1. LI XG WORTH,
Will coni-inae the General Mrc.:m.lieand Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish
the justly celebrated Kitwaiiiae Poiaiocn.anri
such other recruit as are required
by whale ship", ill the
h"rlet not:re and on the most reasonable terms.
jj i x o v o o el o xx
M. C. CBALI.MKL. S. A. BLCME.
v h a l l a m e l J: co..
m . . k - .1 . 1 ll'tA L'l.li.tt. Ilu k m.
imponers ana mn.er .a ..u, .... ...
A. S XUUAMU STREET,
Opposite .Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I.
M . PHI L 1. 1 PS CO..
Wholesale Dealers iu tiotliiiifr. Boots, Shoes, Hals,
MenN Kurnihinir aud Fancy Goods,
iVo. 4 MERVHA.XT ST., (700 fim) HOXOLLLU.
T II EO. II . D A V 1 ES.
(ffe Ja iion, (irecn tf Co.)
Importer and Commission Merrhaut,
LLOYDS' c THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, ami
RR1TISH V FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Proof Buildings, KHahumanu and Queen Streets
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AG EXT Itreuiea Donrtl of I" ii tier writer.
Agoi Drisdrii Board of Cmli rwriii r,
Ayeut Vicniisi Bonrd of I'mlf rwrilcm.
II A MniritCJII-IlUEMEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
raiHE UXDERSIOXEI). HAVING been
M. Appointed Agents of Lhe above Couipany,are prepared j
to insure risks against Fire on Sune and trick BoiHIins, !
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms. j
For particulars apply at the office of j
t . A. suilAr.r r.n iu. i
Honolulu, May 4.1803.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
ff III E UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
M. Buxton Board of I'nderwriters, notify Masteis of Vese!
and others that all bill, for Repairs on VesstU. and all bills
for General Average purposes, roust be approvtd by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed.
69S ly C. BREW Kit & CO., Agents.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of JStiit FrniiciHCo.
T1IIR UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed agents for the above Company, beg leave to
loforra the public that they are now preparetl to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT nnrl 1 REASI.RE.
696 ly WALKER k ALLEN.
TIIE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COIYIP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
HAT 3. The clauses iu the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous TIIKO. 11. DA VIES.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
Issoes lire and Life Polities
ON THE MOST LIUERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims for Losses settled with promptitude.
702-Iy TH EO. II. DAVIES, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Eatablialtetl A. D. 1803.)
CASH CAPITAL. 8,000,0O0:
TMIE V NDERSIGN ED HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agent of the above Company for the Hawai
Are Prepured to Insure Against Fire
On Brick. Stone and Wooden Ilnildings, Merchandise, Furni
ture, tie.., on the most favorable terms. For particulars apply
at the office of (911y) WALKER 4 ALLEN.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDIM.ITRKII.
CAPITA Xj 2.000.000
Arruuiulatnl aid Invented Funil, 2,838,118
rfMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP-
J. POINTED A (it. MS tor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, Timber, Coals, Ships in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. 670 ly ED. H JrCHLAKGfcK .V CO
LIFE INSURANCE GO.
OF NEW 7ORK.
CASI1 ASSETS, OVER $36,000,000!
Cash Dividends iu 1868,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premlnms May be Paid Seml-Annnalljr or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
099 iy Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF HARTFORD, COXN,
With an accumulated Reserve Fund of over Ttoenty
Five Million Dollars, is the
Oldest Hntnal Insurance Company In America,
Has the Largest amount of Assets
Tbe Largest Receipts and Smallest Expenses,
The Largest number of Members,
Pays tbe Largest Return Dividends,
And I tbe most Liberal Co. in existence.
HAVING BEEN "APPOINTED AGENT
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Compaoy, I am prepared to furnish any in
formation percaining to Life Insurance, and to receive ap
plications for the Insuring of lives of any aee between 14 and
60 years, on aa favorable terms aa are offered by any other
The attention of those contemplating insuring their own lives
or the Uvea of others, is invited to the superior advantages
offered by this Company, In the large amount of its assets
and the consequent security affurJed to the insured. Its in
come from interest alone more than covers all the expenses, in
cluding pavmenta on account of the death of members.
Circular and all other desired information will be suppli.'i
on application, personally or by letter, to
H. M. WHITNEY,
A?nt fur tbe Hawaiian Island.
S A U UUIi 31 . C A a T K n ,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
.VEXT HOOK ABOt'E i.. I.. TO K HERTS.
XV. CJ. WOOLSEY,
S ist iX MaKer,
. II AS REMOVED HIS SAIL
LOFT to the old Ice House at the foot of
jNunanu street. All order intrusted to him
will receive immediate attention.
JOIIA" AYM3TT, .
Opposite C. K. William
IILWCAIV & CROCKETT,
shop ov THie esplanade,
where all work from Ship or ?tiore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. 709 ly
11 It ft 1'j Ev ,V. l II 1. A L I ,
SHIp ANJ) GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
' & k k mi k . m mm m v Trwn B)
. ....... tue rMlanade. near the (us-
Where they are prepared to execute all orders
in tlieir line with riromntnrsa and in a wi rkmunlike manner.
HorteUotuuj done wail neatness ada,spatcu. .11
I 'I. Ncit.
Johs Norr. Sam':
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COITLK AXD TIA'.11-TIIS.
mAKE PLEASLREIN ANNOI'NCINGTO
B. the public thiit they are prepared to furnish all kinds oi
I m. the public unit they are prepared to lunnsn an sinu ui
Copp-r Work, consiBtiOB iu part or .STILLS, stsikg uss, sun
GHt'W pass, wokms, POMPS, etc., etc.
Also on haud, a loll assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowe.-t market prices.
ALL KINDS OP KKPAIKING DONK WITH NPiTK ASI UISPATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
Shup on Kaahumnnu St., oue door above Flitner's. 710 6m
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
Tt Kin Street, Honolulu.
REPAIRING DONE WITH CARF.t
A N I) N EA TN ESS.
Particular attention given to
. i -tuacKsmuninfr ana xiorse-snoeing-.
Ity Orders from the otlier Islai:ds promptly executed.
fThTIcc. sec el ken .
j Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
iNnnann Street, net. Merchant and Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stov'F. Leait Pnv'. Galv. Iron Pipe. Plain and Hose
iJ Bibbs, r'top Cocks. India Rubler Hose best 3-ply In
h-ngihs of 25 and 60 fret, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. AUo, a very lame stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. .Tubbing and Kepainug done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, and the Inlands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by euict j
atf-ntion to l.usiue-s to merit the same for the future. .
Xy- Orders from the otlier Inlands will be carefully nttended
to. bUtt ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
J V O O 1 12 It l 1 (JAUCi 12 It,
A I the Old Staud.
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL SIIOttKS and all Kinds of Coon,
erititf Mnteriiila constantly on hand.
wrr- He hopes by attention to business to merit a con
'jlSsi,! tinuance of the patronage which he has hitherto en
aOjoyed, and for which he nr. returns his thanks.
' PACIFIC DRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform the public that he is prepared to east
and finish all kinds of brnsu and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
IT.'" All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
XT Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following,
sires: 4, i li lit 2 and 24. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
695 ly Kin street.
OO King etroot. OO
ill. T. JLoEIL,
IMPORTER AND MASCFACTrftSR OP
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
XT OU Furniture repaired and Mattrapges of all de
scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere ctll at SUand 84 K. las atreet.
v. risen ei:,
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
692 Near th6 Drug Store or J. Mott Smith 4 Co. ly
e. cj. aoheisIiBv,
SADDLE 5t HARNESS MAKER,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu.
XT Carriages Trimmed with neatness, and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to piomptly. . 690 ly j
K. Vis Allli,
Boot and Shoe 3Iaker aud Dealer in Leather and j
ft it t
aiiuc l-maings, i
Hold Street, bet. Xuuanu and Ifaunakea Sts.
O0rdrs from the country solicited and promptly
attended to on the mgt reasonable terms. 690 Iy
D ALT ON 6l BLAUVELT,
.Saddle mid Harness Makers,
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming in all its'
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
J. iTI. OAT & SOU',
XT Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all work turned
out from oar Loft. 669 ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
ITonolula. H. I. 674 ly
J. H. WICKE,
alakka rraerr bbxow tbk THtAtsa.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices.
w n Txnvt-k a n on ni.ni -w-n .1 a .J
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
666 With promptness and dispatch. ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Furniture
Of Every Inscription..
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite . TJ. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 689-ly
Faber's IVo. 2 Pencils.
THESE POPULRPENCILS CAN BE
found at ,663) H. M. WHITNEY'S
A EV ASSORTMENT JUST EECE1TED,
frum 12 to 300 pictures each. For sale by
TOO H. M- WHITNET.
riiot or pi iv-
IMPROVK.MEXT IS TIIK ORDER OP
tin-day. Having count ro ti d a ne Sky-liclit. and maJo
varion othr improvements, 1 hope now to be aide to suit the
most fastidious with
Of any Size, from a Crystal to a Mnimotli. taken tit
' the best Style of the Art,
And on mcnt reflsonable terms. AL.SO, for sale Views of the
Islands, portraits nf the King, Queens, and other Notables, &c.
689 iy U . L. CHASE, Fort Street.
WILL BK ATTF.NDRO TO BT
V . .1 . Li Y O A S .
ESPECIAL ATTENTION HI VEX TO OLD
and confliciirijr Survey of Town Iots, also, to drawing
Plans and Tranlatine Note.
XT Leave order at Ortice of 8. B. DOLti. 7( ly
OI'EX TO ALL. EVER 1' D AY
IN THE tt'KKK.
Hours from U A. M. Io 10 I. M..
L'p.atnirs, in lh Sniiora llousr.
The lst Friday evening of each tnoutli reserved forthe meet
og3 of the V. M. C. A. '.a ly
- , ii-iiarH Street,.
I V a m m -my Mi. , mm mm mm V - -- m, m -m m m - w
Ladies', Gents' and Ships' Washing Done,
! At Reduced Knlc.
I xy Wagon in attendance.
I , r - r f i vnv ti t
i caa oiu- . n. riuni.-i'r.
: . -
' n m m-y -mm -mm mm OAI O IM
j BAK I 1.C I I & J Im KJ IV .
Corner Hotel and Fort Sts.,
BY HUCHES & DUNNE.
HAVING LATELY RENOVATED
and refurnished the above wtll known place of enter,
tainment, the Proprietors resiier.tfully inform the
Public tliHt they have on hand and will keep nothing
but the best of Liquors, Al-, Wines, 4c, &c, at their Bar.
' 696 6m
11853. .SOS. W. KIftr, 1869.
itRTZST IU FIIOTOGRAFKY,
! Oier the Advertiser Offlce,
Next door to the Post Office, has opei.ed his Gallery Ajrtr Photo.
1 graplis. Cartes de Visile, Arnhrotypes. Melaiou.
types, &c, &c.
678 Sn tisfartiorj Wnrrnnird or no Pay. 'Iy
i n wnriK ANn MrTniniNr.Q
IHE BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CIT1"
can be found at
I I . l i m OHVHK'H,
IN FORT STREET.
SHAKER HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
670 Such iw are used in domestic practice. ly
Timber .ind Firewood For Sale.
OH I A AND KOA TIMBER, .
Ohia and Koa Lumber,
Ship Timber and Firewood,
DELIVERED TO ORDER ALONGSIDE.
Kaawaloa, South Kona, Hawaii.
(.Of the Imperial Farm, Rambouillet,)
uuanu street, aboe Mr. Tlios. Foster's.
wS A LI
V f 1 Horses.
ALL BUSINESS IN HIS LINE AS
ERIN ARY SURGEON, promptly attended
Particular attention paid to all diseases of
Cows nud Sows Carefully Spnyed. r -
.it a . i ... . tu i. t t.' n 'i. . v t . i V- , "
l r All uruvi. iii. null jur. nr.rinn ir, rH rwr,
No. 40 Hotel strcat, or at Mr. Hr.LLV H Stables
Fort street, will be attended to
THEO. H. DAVIES
Oilers lor Sale,
EMIUfcl i: PARAGUAY
Just Arrived from Liverpool,
Black and Colored Moire Antiques,
MUSLINS, Tamboured and Plain,
Silk Utnfcreltaa, Feather.
Blankets, White & Blue Flannel,
CARPETS AND VELVET RUCS,
Blue, Black and Green
Lastings, Black Unions, Bagging,
SHEATHING, ROOFING FELT,
Oilmen's Stores and Cheese,
Soaps and Pomades
Dunville's IriBh "Whiskey,
Ind, Coope & Co.'s Ale,
White Lead and Zinc. Oil
HOOP IRON, BAR IRON,
ElV CROP OF
1 SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For f ale by
T10 6io C. HKKWKR K Co., agent.
Sugar Hitd Molaic Crop IH70,
CHIMING IN. FOR SALE IN HI'A.N'TI
J TIKS to suit pun-hssers, by
7096in M AI.KKR k A LI. FN, A (rent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins.
CONSTANTLY OX II AM AMI FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAI JI EA TAN.VKKY V. NOTI.F.V.
By (C9 ly) A. CLKUIIKKN, Agent.
ilmwmiiaiy li:atiii:i: :
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
ARF.Gl'LAR Sl lLV FROM TIIE CM.K
BKATKII WAIMEA TANNERY,
For aalo at the lowest msrkt rnle by
ly A. K CLKOIIonN, Agent.
HI I. O, II . I .
Sugar and Molaoscs.
C-1ROF 4'UMING IN A M FOR SALE I
J quantities to suit purchaser, by
69ft Am WAI.KKR A ALLKN, Afeids.
II. Corn well. I'reprlrlor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchaser. Apply to
6P5 ly 1 KO. C. MtLF.AN, Agent.
O N OMEA P LA N T ATI 6 N .
Sug-ar and MuIukis Crop 1n70,"
CtMING IN. FOR SALE IN UCANTI
TIK.S to suit puichaw r. Iv
694 6m W A LKF.lt ft ALLKN, Agents.
du1ffins mar k et,
KING STREET, HONOLULU. ?K7J.r
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. IIOYD.
Choicest MeaU from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, TegetahUs
Ac, furnished to order. 067 Iy
ONcTlULU SOAP W 6 R KS7
BV RAWLINH Ac JIITCIIKLL.
rwMIE PROPRIETORS OF THE Allot E
M Works are preparetl to apply customer, aud the pub
lic In general, with the best quality YELLOW SOAP.
SOFT SOAP alwnys oh ho ad.
Taa IIicrkkt Prick ram for 80 r Uriahs. 701 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
v . w . a 11 a v At co., i.r.i. r o ,
(Office, So. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Mannfaftnrer and Healers In all kinds f Soap.
13 Beef, Mutton and Cost Tallow wanted. 6U8 ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor..
M ITU AN (7 BTKKKT.
Pilot, medhmTnd NAVY HUE AD,
always on haud and made to order.
Also, 11 ater, &Ja and Butter Ciachrrs,
JKNNV LIND CAKKS. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the Mi.-rteH notice.
FAMILY BRF.AD, maJc of the Itest Flonr, bi.k'd daily anil
always on hand.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
HONOLULU IRON UOKKS COMPANY.
A K E A It 1 K 1 N D H OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
Also, Boilers, Coolers aud Etieet Iron Work, and all kinds of
RUAHS AND IRON CASTINGS.
A large stock of Piping. Elbows, Tees, lit ass Valve and
Cocks, Hheet Iron, boiler Plate, liar Iron, Centrifugal Wires,
India Rubber Packing, and every description of Machinery
always on band.
A Great Varlrl j of Marblne ry on band k for Sale Law.
685 ly HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
OF EITHER OF TIIE FOLLOWING PU.
LI CATIUNtf, from January, 1869, can be had on appli
( Harper' Mapaziue.
i Lc-slie's Monthly,
London IlliiHtrated Nesra,
' Vx-Arct ic, and other
Captain and others, toing to Hea, can procure back bum
ber at a trifling cost, at
698 11. M. WHITWICVB.
A Book which should be in Every Library
ANDREWS' nmm II III 10 vim
CONTAINING AROIJT 20.000 HAWAIIAN
Words, with KosliHh siguiQcation, and
In Eucllli-IIHalIu Voeabular)-, and (kronaloleal
Table ef Iiltorleal Events.
13 y Lorrin Andrew.
i'HIC.y f Bound in Pheep f.5.00
j Bound In Half Morocco, . . . .OU
For Sale by II. M. WIIITNKY.
Tltis Valuable Work can be otilained in London of
Messrs. TRCBNER It Co., Paternoster Row.
And also in ew York of
Messrs. KARNK. Co., John 81.
ALSO FOR SALE,
Bishop' Hawaiian and EujrlMi Fhrase BpL.
Wusic and Singing Books.
FOUNTAIN OF GEMS QX'ARTO FORM.
Qems of Bacred 8onr, quarto form,
New Method of the Piano Forte, by Jeais Maon,
Basslni's Art of Fiofinr,
IJotne Circle, 2 vols,
Gems of Oennaa Boof ,
Tbe Opera Boone, by Offenbach.
Wreath of Gem, plain and silt,
Maia's Violin Methal,
JKttuoplaa Violin Instructnr,
The Child's Firot Masic Book,
Th ItUE Call,
Winner's Perfect Guide to the Melodeon.
Winner's Perfect Guide to the Calrfnet Organ,
Winner's Perfect Guide to the Fife,
Winner's Perfect Guide to the Violin.
Winner's Perfect Guide to the Piano.
Winner's Perfect Guide to the Aeeordian,
Winner's Perfect Guide to the banjo.
Winner's Perfect Guide to the Guitar
Musician's Omnibus, complete, quarto,
Jewett's Book of Trios, Duets aod Uuartet,
Nine O'Clock In tha Morninc, T "
The Mendelssohn Collection.
Tbe New Golden Chain,
Tbe Church Bell,
The Golden Robin,
The- Sabbath BeP,
Tbe Harp of Jadab,
Tbe Bilrer Lute,
The Silver Bell,
Tbe Golden Wroath,
Fresh Laurels, .,
For tale by (674) H. M. WI1ITNKT