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W.tn ua-l-r myati-nlhf ;
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Trjbuitf t erule ;
Yeurruir (-r tle flay,
G..Uira, pcarlr. ample
V uuuu'i work.
Ijutt'.) enmeth (ilciice.
A Oiy nfilfp lei-tme
llrr lick am'xitblj braiJel,
I poo h-r brrit a roae ;
I fin Ifie marble eheck ;
A U'kof bioianl peace
i'lAUi Uie lortrbatt meek '.
Put baruli ;ft1y ClJei1.
Tbe kirMily polara aiitl ;
The U konw no tmtUng,
The noble heart no thrill ;
Ilr-r ruuch neetl La aru)ithiiK(.
Hi craretb f r care ;
Love's lentfereat entreat
W a k - uo reaponaea there.
V jrae In thw alley .
Tr, hitter !, rnjr-t :
One more 4etan Wanoa
That life may ot lurj'.l.
Fj-e f.irev-r b.JlB,
Race t.r-Tr ran
" Unal U laa'," a Toice .ii.ri,
Aol woman's wurk h d ie.
j jlTew York Correspondence JTo. 35.
5TV .S.on PricaU 3ltic'il SttcMUn in
w 1 ork ,i,fl the Dr-ima - Personal
l i IRjW Ol 2 OW.V COKKKSPtXDEXT. I
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i W Vokk, Jan. 17, 1870.
tThe prtsent month ia tLe centre of the social
r ir in New York. Jaiiuarv trinz' the tnreatest
inter of haIL4, f encerts, of good theatrical
rrtnsnUtioris ; in January the receptions are
t j mne-C Lniiiant, the jrifatc nitusical and liter
fc'T siK-iVtie are the? moet active, and tbe lecturers
i t the bu!-iet. The munntcrj preach their best
Lrmorw, the editor choose the gravest tapios,
it B-? iAiiki.iM laj their wiliest schemes; and
t.ite.-r u notable in the civilization of New
rk evert mass weetinir in tbe oren air is
be oIm'rvel tuore fullj in January than at
nwt any other time of the year.
rhe muii-al KnMn m one of conttiderable in-
i-t. We hate already bad two Philharmonic
cerb. civin m vIhorue9. oTerturce. and
I i'trts by the bent composers, and a liberal
r 4anr7 of ppalar Sola performances by such
'i$:ti n Ole Bull, J. S. Mills and Misa Alide
rpp. The Liederkranz lias given one of the
."! cwncTta of the reason ; and the other Ger-
i.o itH-ietirs have been hardly less active. Tbeie
"i i f'et;w V are the only musical or-
I fciitwn nniong us that work zealously. Tbe
" leritan coteries are half-hearted in tbeir re-
i-wia. and luck spirit and fire in their public
B prmaruii. Of these, however, the best is
j xfMy s ruall chorus of male voices known as
f''p 3Iendfleohn Society. These gentlemen are
C.Jed bv Mr. Mnpntlial. the nrranisl of dalv&rv
, o j
urch in this city; and ttiey eive, two or three
V'ts ia the course of the winter, a concert to
r j friends. The same conductor has in charge
ther private society, a mixed chorus, which is
rehearsing weekly at one cf tbe most elegant
wes in Gra mercy Square for a concert to be
en, this month, in aid of a charitable object
foil MendeLwohn Union, a large mixed chorus.
resumed its rehearsals under tlie direction
Mr. Theodore Thomas. The Symphony
iris" given by this gentleman, that for so
j! winters have pleased the lotere of classical
8, are discontinued for tbe present. Mr.
omas na. a by the Central Park Garden
Qcte of last summer ; for even their great
polarity did not cover their enormous expense.
r their riar ha a. novel musical feature
eries of trivaie concerts, upon the largest
fJe. m&iiazed bv & number of wealthy people
jle tbemselves " The Church Musie Aaso-
UbJ Three rehearsals, At Steinwaj Hall,
eath concert ; an orchestra of sixty pieces
cl.orn of twice that number, with solo
anM;rs of good ability, paid by the asaocia-
&nd oome of our beet known . amateurs as
iIety. TW conductor. Mr. Peck, a some-
? f1 known composer, from Oxford, Eng-
thorough masician but a poor con
lacking the personal magnetism, the calm
fil of command which 'axe essential to the
JF management of the baton. ' Tiie concert,
"ver, given lawt Wednesday niebt. went off
i fnldj well. Mozart's Twelfth Mass and the
Srture, with the principal choruses and solos
t yebers Qberon," composed the programme,
M performance of which lasted until midnight.
v-.uu,t.jT w me rehearsals and to tbe concert
was k gift. Not a tingle ticket was sold; all
were distributed among the friends of the asso
ciation ; and upon the back of each was printed
the severe injunction, Evening Dress.' The
object was apparently to determine whether a
New York audience could be made to look strictly
fashionable. The result was attained. All the
wealthy elite of the city were present, arranged
in 6atins, silk and swallow-tails. The tl rests was
more impressive than the niutsic. So were some
of the people. The richest man I saw there,
Wm. B. Actor, was certainly the ugliest one to
look at. Coarse and heavy features, eandy com
plexion and a ehock of windy hair, a solid,
square, coarse-grained physique, his nose the only
thing about him that luoka toward the heavens,
Buch. is the exterior of this lucky inheritor of
millions. Win. D. Aetor is a man who would
seem much better placed among railroad navvies
or California miners than among the swallow
tails of Stein way Hall. But it is unGtting that
I should complain, ujnin this particular occasion,
of his exterior, since be doubllcbs helped to pay
for tie fine muic which I then beard. Our
other richcft man in New York, A. T. Stewart,
is a Ull, straight, rather good looking man,
evidently one who could make the first thousand
dollars, and then multiply the name indefinitely.
Mies Reed, eieter-in-Iavt of Paran Stevens, who
owns the Fifth Avenue Hotel in this city, was
the principal vocalist of the evening. Had 6he
not been so wealthily connected, she might have
made, as she desired, long ere this, a success
upon the operatic stage.
The concerts given by the Church Music Asso
ciation are composed in about equal proportions
of sacred and secular music.
Of one musical society, which, though strictly
private, is somewhat famous in a social way, I
ltave not stioken as yet. It is the " Eight o'clock
Club," so called, jxeibly, from the fact that it
never gets to work before nine P. M. It num
bers eixty members, who pay a yvarly fee of $10
apiece, besides defraying wliatcver surplus of ex
penses may occur at the end of the annual season.
The meetings are held on Thursday evenings
throughout the winter at the houses of different
members, which generally occupy a very stylieh
proximity to the Fifth Avenue; fir the society
are nothing if not wealthy. Signor Abelhi is tho
conductor, and the music sung ih almost entirely
Italian. First the club practices the choruses of
the opera, Verdi, Gounod, and the rest ; then
it listens to soloa by amateur members. Madame
D'Angri, now Madame Abella, tlie famous con
tralto, t;ang at the last two meetings, displaying
the wonderful powers of a voice now poet its
prime, but which has been familiar for years to
opera-gcers in either hemisphere, a voice which '
has a firm elastic quality which I can compare to
nothing but the feel of ivory. Kefreshments are j
served duriug the evening; but there is no
daiuing. The lat part of the evening is devoted
to social intercourse.
. In art we are not doing much this winter.
TLe exhibition at the Academy of Design is un
usually poor. Clarence Cooke, once the savage
art-critic of the Tribune, was largely responsible
for making the Academy an unpopular place with
our artibts, the bet of whom are now rarely rep
resented upon its walls. Cooke is now in Paris,
whence he writes uninteresting letters to the
Tribune; and our artists breathe the freer for his
absence. The latest movement looking to the
establishment of an art gallery in New York is
started by Mr. Lenox, one of our wealthiest men,
who proposes to give half a million dollars to the
city for the erection of a suitable art-building,
and to transfer to it his own largo and very valu
able collection of paintings as a nucleus for a
gallery that shall be worthy of a capital city.
Mr. Henry Keep announced a similar project two
years ago, but died before executing it. Good
Americans liope that Mr. Lenox will do speedily
what be Las in mind.
The telegraph will inform you of tbe reception,
at Washington, Lu-t week, by President Grant,
of Judge Allen as Minister Plenipotentiary from
the Hawaiian CVurt.
Henry Ward Beechcr declined, yesterday, the
increase of salary lately offered him by the trus
tees of his ehurch. Tbe salary is $15,000 jer
annum, which they voted to increase to $20,000.
Mr. Ueecber's popularity continues to increase
Bteadilj, as it has done each year during the I
Gfleeri Tears that be ium occur. ieu ine puipu 01 i
.a -11 1". !
Plvinouth Church. The annual sale of the pewo
of thia churcli, a fortnight since, yielded 70,000.
January bring us the standard drama in tbe
persons of two very eminent artists, Wm. Fech
ter and Mr. Edwin Booth. Tbe former is play
ing Ruy Bias, the latter Hamlet ; each to crowded
houses. It is long since there has been any
dramatic rivalry upon such a high plane as this
in New York. Fechter had the advantage of the
utmost that favorable criticism could do for him
in advance of his American appearance ; but he
does not seem likely, at present,. to prove an
07erwhelming success. At the other extremity
of the scale of amusements we have tbe Cardiff
Giant, which attracts by virtue of the most
elaborate humbuggery that has been practiced
since Baruum's paLoiierit days. It is unquestion
ably a Bhain ; bat the people flock to Bee it,
and to see plaster copies of it, the shadows of
a sbam. Great in New York are " the un
teTacitie8., - Calamus.
: Jill O.ES KliV : P ANTS Jl
MADE TO ORDER
For $9.00 per pair-1
AT H. McDONNA'S,
JAPANESE BAZAR !
NO. 38 FORT STREET.. .
-... . .....
yAPANESE WARE, INCLUDING LAX
TKBSd, . .
BEirnriL straw wobked boxes,
Crysiil Jeweliy, ' : . , - -
rcr fiinga, Katuary, . ,;J
. Force lain Ware. Embroidery,
" ' - Bronze and Silver Buckles,
Studs inlaid Cabinets, Fishing Canes,'
Bamboo l haias. Charms, Curioa, tc, A.C.
Alto, a Complete Assortment of India JtuUber Coeds.
700 ly MRS. MeOOUGALL.38 Fsr St.
V M . ' K V C O.MB.
OfHee eorner of fort ail Hotel Street!.
J. M. WUITXEV, D. 1. S..
OrncE tiTit Da. HoFFJiasx'd Dnco Stobb,
CORNER Of K A AHUM AN U A. SO IUKRCUANT STS.
094 O0ie hours rroin 8 a. M. tiU 2 T. at. ly
K. HOFFMANN, M.L.
Physlriaa and Surgeon,
Ocraer Merchant and Kaabumanu ata., near Poatot&cc. 687 ly
JOHN S. .McGKKW, M. D.,
rh)lcian and Sargeun.
Office i:i II. L. Chaw' buIIJinc. F"rt Street.
Kmiiikck Chaplain St., betwerm ffumanu and Fort St.
Orrica Uotad t'rum 8 to 10 A. M., aud from 3 to 6 P. M.
A. C. UUFFUM, M. L..
Physician and Sureou,
Office ami Residence, Aldrich Iloiue, Fort street
Attsrnry and Connsrllor at Law.
Oiuce on Qaeen Street, opposite the Court House, up stairs.
A. F. Jt'DD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Fort strevt, three doors ImHow Merchant Streets. 70-2 ly
K . (.'."DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice In all tb Courts of the Kingdom, in both EorIUU
aim uawauau lanpuaKca.
602 OJIcm Quern Street, oppaiite the Court House, ly
S. U. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
OjRc over Rtchardxnn's Store, corner fort and Merchant
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
Will practice in nil th Courts of the Kingdom.' He will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauat, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit cither of those IslMiils on
690 Office near the Court House. 1
C II V . A X Sc BROTHER.
IHPOHTKad Of AND DKALKR3 IS
China Goods of all Decrlptions, and Ia all kinds of
A li, constantly on Ivind, a saerlor quality of Hawaiian Rice,
64 nUUANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
TIIE NEWSPAPER KL'OKOA,
Published Weekly In the Hawaiian Language.
It has the largest circulation in the pronp, and is read both ,
ly Hawaiian and Foreigners. Price $2 a year in ad- j
Vance. Advertisements translated into llitwa- i
iian fre of charge. Office ever Fobt Office. 1
C. BREWER At CO. j
Commission and Shipping Merchants, !
709 llowoinln, Oaliu II. I. ly I
E. O. IIAL.L, Si. SON.
Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Dry Goods,
faints, Oils, and General Merchandise. .
700 Coruer I'ort aud King SU. ly
JOHN THUS. WATER HOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In Geueral Merchandise,
G9 Quern Street, Honolulu. . . ly
1. a. walk tea.
a. 0. ALLEM
WALKER Si. ALLEN,
Snipping and Commission Merchants,
682 HONOLULU, U. I.
F. A. SCHAEFER Si. CO.
Importers and Commission merchants, ,
HONOLULU, 690 ly - HAW. ISLANDS.
Dealer In M ines, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
098 lluuolulu. ly
BROWN Si. CO.. .
Importers & Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Spirits, if.
700 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. 6m
LEWERS Si. DICKSON.
Dealers In Lumber and Building Materials,
Til. C. IIEUCK,
General Commission Merchant.
FISCHER At ROTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolulu, II. I.
McCOLGAN St JOHNSON,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. L,
671 Oppoite Theod. J. lleock's. ly
II. E. M el NT V RE BROTHER,
Grocery, Feed Store aud Bakery,
Corner of King and Fort Streets, Honolulu, H. I. 69S ly
W. L. GREEN,
General Commission Acnt and Broker,
QUEEN STREET, 688 lyj HONOLULU.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGIIT.
CommlsAlon Merchant and General Shipping Agent,
6M Hoaolalu. Oabu. - ly
L. IM TORBERT,
Dealer in all kinds of Building Materials
Paint and Oil, Wall Paper, Windnw and Picture Glass,
0rric oq E8rLASAD. (C7i iy) ' opposite Cocst nont
IIVMAN Si. BROTHERS.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing,
HATS, FURNISUINO GOODS,
Ladles' ana Genu Boots and Shoe, Yankee Notions, tc., 4c.
Capt. Snow's Buiding,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST-, (070 ly) HONOLULU.
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Corner of Iluttl and Xnnana Streets, Honolulu, 11.1.
Retail Eatabllshment on Xanana Street.
669 Above tbe Fire-proof Store. ly
Commission Merchant and General Agent,' '
Agent for the Pauk&a and ' Auauulu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and ether Chinese aud Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian i'roduce, .
l New Stoat) Store, NunaitaSi., below KIbat.
C. L. RICHARDS Si. CO..
Shl Chandlers and Commission : Merchants, and
Dealers In General Merchandise,
Keep constantly on band a full assortment of merchandise, for
the supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels. - t.
675 ly ......
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, Island
Prodaee, A.c, and Commission Merchant.
Brren's Bar, Ililo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand ai extensive asaurtment of every
description of goods required by sbipa and others.
The highest price riven for Island Produce.
rr Motley advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
- BULLES & CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
. urns a t phrhissiow to
Messrs. C. A. vrilUams b Co. 1 Messrs. C. Krewer ft Co.,
Mesrrs. Castle & Cooke. j Messrs. U. Uackfeld t Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Kichards Co. V. C WatennAD, Etq., , : , .
669 ly ' '
, l,ML.OlMU. . ATH1RTOII.
. a. aooaka
CASTLE &. COOKE.
Importers and General Merchants,
Klaai tlitef oppoaito tbe Semsnea'a C kapok
AIJSO, AGENTS FOR " '
Dr. Jayaes Oelebrated Family Medicines,
Wbeeler Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Tbe Kohala Sugar Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Sugar Company, Maui.
- Tbe Hawaiian Sugar MIUs, Hri. - ' ' "
The Walalua Sugai Plantatioo. ;ahn.
The Lamahai Rice PlanUtia. Ksua. 716 ly
ED. II OFFICII I.1KUKK. A. CO.,
liuportt-rsand CanituiIoa Merchants,
Corurr v f Fort anal Mrrchaul Street".
Grorer and Ship Chandler,
LAUAINA, 51 a li.
Money and ltecruita faruiehed to SLi( on Favorable Terms.
.:. . BARTOW,
Sale Room u Q.u-ru Sircol. oue door froi
6MI Kauhuiuauu ,i reet. ly
K. r. aDAXd. S. Q. WILDER.
ADAMS 4i WILDEU,
Aat-tiou and ( omiuissisn Merchants,
FIRE IttOOK STORE,
In RvbiuMu't iluildiuy, (ureii Street.
AFONG Jc ACHL'CK,
Importers. M boles.iie aud Ketail Dealers In General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
Fire-prosf Store, Nnuauu Strrrt.
Coder the f ul'lic Hall. 7U6 ly
j IRA RICHARDSON.
i Importer and Dealer iu Boots, Shoes, Fine Clothing,
j Furtilshiug Goods, Perfumery, it.
j Corner of Fort unit Merchant Streets,
t70 UO.NULl I.L, U. 1. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM At CO..
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In Fashionable
Cl'jthlnir, Hats, laps, Boots and Mioes,
j Atl every variety of Uetitlemn's Sujrir Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occiincil Iy . A. Aiariuii,
I 702 Maker' Mock, (jueen st. ly
; U. C. CHALLaHKL
i C II A I.I. A M EI. 4:
S. A. UX&
j Importers and Dealers III AFinCS, Spirits, AICS,
JVo. 8 tiUUANU STREET,
Opposite Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I.
H II ILL! I'S
Who'csnle Dealers in Clothiu!;, Coots, Shoes, Hats,
Ken's Fuinisliiug and Fancy Goods,
ilo.A MEUCHAXT ST., (700 6m) HONOLULU.
D. 1 ii li 1 N G II A M Be CO.,
IMrMKT!U AND DKALKRS 19
i Hardware, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints aud Oils,
and General 3Irrchantlie,
No. aa KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Til E O 11. D A VI ES.
(.ae Ja iiitix, Urren if Co.)
Importer aud Coininissiou Jlerthaut,
LLOYDS' Ir THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH if FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Fire Troof BuiMings, Kaahumann and Queen Streets
A LLEX ii. CIIIL.L.INGWORTI:,
WUlconUnae the Uen-rul Merchandise and Shipping business
at tueabove port, where they are prepared tofurnish
the justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
3? i. x- o -w o o rl on HM r. xx d .
1. N. FLITNER,
Continues his old buMim-HS in the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated Ly observations of the sun and stars
with a traunit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
tue watch repairing. Sextant and qaadraut
glasses silvered ana adjusted Charts aud
nautical instruments constantly on
636 hand and for sale. ly
1) C. WATERMAN . CO.,
Kspecial attention paid to UiC interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnishing of fuuds, purchase and sale of Kxcliane, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
MenBrs. T-aac HoiaAKr, Ja. & Co., New Ulfird
W. U. K. Pops, EsJ.. do.
J. C. Mkrrili. & Co., San Franeisco
6SG ly :
BISHOP Si. CO.. Bnnkrrt,
Olllce, in the east coruer of Makee's Block,
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exehanp. on
The Bank op California, - .. San Francisco
Messrs kineli., M i.htcrm Ji Co . New York.
" Lkrs If Wallkr, - . New York,
Trkmort National Bask, - - Boston.
Okikstal Bank Corporation. - London.
Messrs. Marccard, Ahdrb Si Cn , Paris.
Agents Parivic Isslhasck Co. and Manhattan Lifrj Inscr-
avce Co. .
Will receive deposits.discount ftrsVclass buslnesspaper, and
attend to colleclincetc 686 ly
OPEN TO ALL, EVERY DAY
IN TUB WEtK. t
Honrs from 9 A. JI. to 10 P. M.,
Up-Mtnlra, ia the Sailors' House.
The 1:wt Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet.
ogs of the Y. M. C. A. - oo ly
Corner of Queen and Richard Streets.
Ladies, Gents' and Ships' "Washing Done,
At Reduced Rateav.
rrr Wagon in attendance.
C95 6m B. U. LYON, Proprietor.
BART LETT SALOON,
Corner Hotel and Fort Sts.,
BY HUGHES & DUNNE.
HAVING LATELY RENOVATED
and refurnished the above well koowu place of enter
tainment, tiie Proprietors respectfully inform the
Public that tliey have on band and will keep nothing
but the best of Liquors, Ales, Wines, c, &c, at their Bar.
1858. JOS. -V.:KIIVCr, 1869.
ARTIST IU PHOTOGRAPHY,
Over the Advertiser OJflct,
Next door to the Post Office, has opened his Gallery for Photo
graphs, Cartes de Visile, Ambrotypea, Melaino
" "types, c, e. v "
67" Satiafnrtloia WwrrawteJ or no Pay. ' ly
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
rlIIE BEST ASSORTMENT IXTIIE CITY
M can be found at
II. 1 - O II vs. m '
IN FORT STREET.
- ALttO ...... ...
SHAKEE HERBS OF VARIOUS KINDS,
670 Soch as are nsed. in domestic practice. ly
SHIP SMITHING, &c., Sec.
THE HONOLULU IRON
. .... W
they have opened-- 4" -.7'
A Blacksaith. Shop on ftneen Street,
, Close to Mr. Emmea' Building Yard, in which ,
Ship Work, Carriage Work, Agricnlturallmplements,
Horse Shoeing, &c,
Will le aiteiided to vith Promptness and Dispatch.
And having on the premises a STEAM HAMMER and other
labor-saving applianeea, as well ai a targe and varied stock of
light and heavy I roil, they are prepared to do Work Cheaper,
Quicker and Better than elsewhere in this city.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
T13 3m - ' ALEX. YOCNQ, Manager
A FULL ASSORTMENT ON HAND, SUIT
ABLE for Holiday or Wedding Presents, and at prices
from $16 to M Oaon. . .. 6HZI H. M WHITNEY.
Tracing or Map Paper,
TN SHEETS AND ON ROLLS OF ANY
M. required tengih. ' For sale by
H. M. WnrTNET.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
1 RENT Urrmrn Board of liiilirwrilrri,
-Aitrat Irederj Bsiiril of I'udrrwrilrra,
Agent Viruau li,ard of L" ttler avrilrri
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
IlK UNDERSIGNED. HAVING KEEN
Appointed Agents of the abovo Company . are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and l!nok Buildings,
and on MerchumlUe stored therein.ou most farocable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
F. A. SCHAKFF.lt 4- CO.
Honolulu, May 4. 1863. 691 ly
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDER YRITERS.
rfIIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF TIIE
JL Bwton Board of Unrlerwriters, notify Maftets of Vessels
and others that all bills for Repairs on Yes I, and all bills
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Ageut
of ihe Button riulerwri'.ers, who must also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed.
693 ly C. UltbWKR it CO., Agents.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Or (San Francisco.
rTIlIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
ft. appoinbnl ngents for the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are now prepared to bisue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, I HEIGHT aitl TREASURE.
6d(i ly . WALK Kit k ALLEN.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT TIIE LOWEST
KATES. The clauses iu the 1'olicies of this Company are
socially advantageous. THL'O. II. DA VIES,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
Issues Fire aud Life Policies
ON THE MOST LIBERAL, TERMS. ALL
Claims for Losses settled with promptitude.
702-ly THKU. 11. DAVIKS, Agent.
I MP ERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Eatabli.liol A. D. 1 803.)
CASH CAPITaT. (g.OOO.OOO!
TIIE UXIERSIGVED HAVING BEEN
Appointed Aget.U of the above Company for the Hawai
Are Prepared to Insure Against Fire
On Brick. Stone and Wooden Buildings, Merchandise, Furni
ture, fee, on the most favorable terms For particulars apply
at the r.tBce of G91 ly) WALK Ell fi ALLKN.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINIHJRfilf .
CAPITA T. '. 2.000.000
Accuiuululed und lnvcalril Fnnil, 2,818,118
SMIE UXDERSIGNEO HAVE BEEN AP-I-UINI'1-.U
AOKNTS lor tbe Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon faVurable terms.
llisks taken in any part or the Islands on nowlea DUlldings,
and Merchandise stored therein, Dwelling House? and Furni
ture, l imber, Coals, Ships in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. (C70 ly ED. Ii JFF&CIILAKUEK A CO
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF NEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS, OVER $36,000,000!
Cuh Dividends iu 18G8,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premiums May be raid Setui-Annnally or Quarterly.
A HAMS & WILDER,
699 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Island.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF HARTFORD, CONN..
With an accumulated Reserve Fund of over Txcenty
Five JliUion Dollars, is the
Oldest Mutual Insurance Company in America,
lias the Largest amount of Assets, .
The Largest Uecelpts and Smallest Expenses,
The Largest number of Members,
Pays the Largest Return Dividends, '
Aud is the most Liberal Co. in existence.
HAVING BEEN "APPOINTED AGENT
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Company, lam prepared to furnish any in
formation pertaining to Life Insurance, and to receive ap
plications for the insuring of lives of any axe between 14 and
60 years, on as favorable terms as are offered by any other
The attention of those contemplating Insuring their own lives
or the lives of others, ia invited to the superior advantages
offered by thia Company, In tiie large amount of rts assets
and the consequent security afforded to the Insured. Its in
come from interest alone more than covers all the expenses, in
cluding payments on account of tbe death of members.
Circulars and all other desired information will be supplied
on application, personally or by letter, to
H. M. WHITNEY,-''
Agent for the Hawaiian Isl.rm. .
WILL Bit AI-TBSDED TO IT
C. J. LYOIVS.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and conflicting Purveys of Town Lots, also, to drawing
Plans and Translating Notes.
p- Leave orders at Office of S. B. DOLE. 708 ly
3VH o 3b. i n s X y
HAVING BOUGHT THE SIOCKY
and taken the Stand. (1
No, 4 4 (lower door) Fort St.. :
Lately occupied by Mr. THOMAS TANS ATT as a
LOCK, CtX A.D GENERAL REPAIR SCOP,
Will carry on the Holiness as heretofore, and will Repair all
kinds of Light Machinery and Metal Work of every description
PUMPS, &C, PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
ALSO. ON BAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cans, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, Etc., Ete.
Es5 Centrifugal Wire Cloth Cut to Order.
TOLB AG EST IX THIS KINGDOM FOB
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machine i
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
C. W. GRAY & CO., LELEO,
( tce. No. 30 Fort Street, Honolulu.)
Minifcetirers and Dealers in all kinds of. Soap.
XT Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 08 ly
UNITED STATES BONDS OF IN DEBT
EDNKSS, (5-20's or any other class of bonds.)
Cashed at the highest rates.
n. M. WHTTNEY.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
NO. 3 FORT ST., HONOLULU,
;iC ly OpiK ite Odd Fellows' Hall.
S A n V K 1j .11 . CARTER,
COOPER AND CAUCER.
NEXT DOOR ABOFE L. L. TORBERTS.
W. . WOOLSGY,
Sail J$L alier,
ii , u nruoviMI tils ci II.
i-'-x iJiKTIntlie old Ice House at the foot of
l Nuua nu street. All orders intrusted to hira
; will receive immediate Attention. 714 6m.
pi HOTEL STREET,
'i t 712 Jy Opoite C. K. Williams.
DIJiCAAr fc CKOCIiETT,
SHOP ON TIIE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a maimer to warrant SMtisfaction. "U'J ly
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
r--o-em. shop on the Esplanade, near the Cus-
Where they are prepared to execute all orders
in their line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner.
Horse-shoting done with neatness and dispatch. 711-ly
? u'l Nott.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPPER AI'I TINSMITHS.
npAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO
JL the public that they are prepared to furnUh all kinds of
Copper Work, consisting in part of stills, RTaiKit rsas, boa
amiH pass, worms, roat P8, etc., etc.
Also on hand, a full assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
ALL KIMD3 OP REPAIRING DO.VB WITH KEATSKB AND DUU'ATCH.
Orders from tbe other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop on Kaahuinnnu St.. one door above Flituer's. 710 Cm
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
70 Kluif Street, Houolulii.
.REPAIRING DONE WITH CARE
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
JJ" Orders from the other Islands promptly executed.
SADDLE 6t HARNESS MAKER.
Fort and Hotel Streets, IIonolnlu.li)S
rr Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to piomptly. 690 ly
D ALT ON At BLAUVELT,
Saddle and Harness Makere,
KINO STREET, HONOLULU.
I .. T I .. . f f .11 lc !
,VrilKC irisiuiin; iu an ii-
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
OQ IXliig.Stroot, OO
ifi; T. i"o"iv X E Id I- ,
IMPORTER AND MANDFACTCRKa OP
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
-x Suitable to this market.
Js . tcr Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
If 1 soriptions mado to order.
Before buyiug elsewhere call at 8G and 8 8 King alrret.
VI . FISCHER,
Cabinet Maker and Trench Polisher
692 Near th Drug Store of 1. Mott Smith Co. ly
Boot and Shoe Maker and Dealer In Leather and
Hotel Street, bet. Nuuanu and Mannakta Sis.
(TIT Orders from the country solicited and promptly
attendeti to on the mngt reasonable terms. 690 ly
J. M. OAT & SIV,
, KAAHUMANU STREET,
(L7 Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all work turned
out from our Loft. 669 ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
Hoookila. H. I.
J. H. WICKE,
ALAKKA 8TSSKT BELOW THB TBRATRB.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices. 674 ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Furniture
, Of Every Description. ;
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. H. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other Islands promptly attended to. 685-1 y
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD Kr
spectfully inform tbe public that be Is prepared to cast
Vfy and finish all kinda of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
O Constantly on hand, hose coaptiwgt of tbe following,
ires , 1, li, 2 and 2). Also, oil enps and gauge cock.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
695 ly - King atrwet.
JAS. L. LEWIS,
COOFEIt 4lI JL GAVGEU,
At the Old 8lay
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL, 811 OUKS and alt Kinds of Coop
eriaiS) Materials) constantly on hand.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a eon.
ti nuance of the patronage which ! baa hitherto en-
oyed, and for which he now returns his thanks.
-. 7 OP Pip
F. H. & C, SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Xanana Street, bet, Merchant and Qaeea,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Oalv. Iron Pip., Plain and liosw
Bibbs, iop Cocks, India Kabber Has, beat S-pty In
lengths of 25 and 60 feet, with ConpHnr and PId com.
plrte. AUo, a rery larre atork of Tinware of every deaerip.
lion. Jobbing and BepairiDg done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ehip Work.
Thankful t the eitiaens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen.
erally, for their liberal patronage in tbe paat, we hop by sti let
attention to baslnea to merit l be same for too fntor. . .
XT Orders from the other Inlands will be carefully attended
to- 000 ly
TEACHERS OF8CIIOOLSWILL PLEA SB
note that H. M. WHITNEY hat just received a Urg
apply of 1
PATSON, DUNTON t SCRIBNER'S
NATIONAL SYSTEM OF PENMANSHIP
In Twelve Numbers.
BEERS' SYSTEM OF PROCRESSITE PEI MAXSHIP
In Twelve Numbers. - pq
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. HOYD.
Choicest Menu from finest l.enls. Poultry, Kiili, VoreiaMea
., furnished to jrder. 720 Iy
KINO STREET. HONOLULU. fl87 ly
EW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES !
Now Coming in. For Sale by
710 6m C. KKKWER Co., agents.
Sugar and MolaHMC Crop 1870,
OMING IN. FOR NAI.E IN UUANTI
TIK8 to suit purchasers, y
709 0m WALK HI k ALLKN, A cent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins.
CONSTANTLY ON IIAN D AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAIitfCA. TANNERY C. KOTLKV,
By (609 ly) A. S. CLEOIIOKN, Agent.
Hawaiian i,i:tiii:ic !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
4 REGULAR SUPPL.Y FROM TIIE CELE
For sale at the lowest market rates by
692 ly A. ri. CLKOIIOKN, Agent,
i.A nwir v.
II I . O , 11 . I .
Sugar and Molasses.
CI ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, by
695 6m WALKER k. Al.LKN, Agents.
II. t'orawrll, lrorlrtor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR 8AI.K
in lot to suit purchasers. Apply to
695 ly UEO. C. McLKAN, Agent.
To Parents, (jiuardians and Lovers
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLY
Informs the above that
He Still Manufactures all Descriptions,
Strictly pure in oolor as well as In materials, and particularly
In avoiding the ase of that slow but aura poison, Irrr alba,
which la nsed so extensively In England and AmerlCA lu th
manufacture of loxenges and so called rWKrh Mixture. Why
are you buying Poloonoui and stale Candy, when you can get
a pure article, wholesome and cheap,
MANUFACTURED BY IIIMMRLJTT
Retailers supplied with Fresh Pure Machine Impa at 80 cts.
per pound, In quantities from 5 pounds and upwards.
Stick Candies at 35 cts. r pound 717 6l
HONOLULU SOAP W0EKS,
II Y RAWLINS & MITCHELL.
riMIE PROPRIETORS OF TIIE ABOVE
M Works are prepared to supply customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the beHt quality V ELLO W HO A P.
SOFT SOAP always oss baad.
Tac HioatHT Paica run roa Koir Ohkahb. 701 ly
nOxNOLULCJ IRON W0RKS COM PAN V.
ty J A K E ALL KINDS OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
Also, Boiler, Cooler and Sheet Iron Work, and all kind of
BRASS AND IRON CABTINUtf.
A large stock of Piping, Elbows, Ters, Biass Valves and
Cocks, fcheet Iron, Boiler lluta. Bar Iron, Centrifugal Wires,
India Kubber Packing, and every description of Machinery
always oo hand.
A Great Variety of Machinery on haad k for Sale Low.
685 ly HONOLULU IRON WORKfl CO.
STATIONERY STOCK !
Quick Sales & Small F rofits
rjlUE RECENT LARGE DECLINE IN
TUB rttKMlfJM Q 00L! IN NEW YORK
Having Greatly Reduced the Cost
All kinds of American
WRITING AMD PRINTING PAPER
-A-xicl. Matorlalai I
I AM ENABLED
DY PURCHASING .MY GOODS
TO SELL AT
REDUCED PRICES I
Best Congress Letter Paper, $4 00 a R'm
Best Eecord Cap Paper, 5 00
Best Commercial Note Paper, 3 00
Heavy Bill Paper, ; 5 00
PnperHj Envelopes, &,c.9
. f ,, AT LIKE BEDTCED BATEX,
; IN QUJNTITUS TO SUIT THE TRADE.
II. M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, January, 2870.'
Rack IV umber
OP EITHER OF TIIE FOLLOWING PCB
UCATaAJ&o, from January, 1809, cab U La4 on appli
Harper's Ma.raslne, ' "
i Leslie's Weeklf,
' . .. Londuw lllswlratow News,
Koleetio, and oOier
Captain and other, going to Sea, can procure back nnm
bers at a trifling cost, at 1
6aa n. m. wiirrwrr.
Extra Fine Commercial Note Paper.
IN ONE DOLLAR PACK AG ES.-CON-GRIlHS
aiid other WhiU Letter paper.
- Kaled Overland Paper, In $1 packages,
' Lawyers' Brief Fapr. Congress Cap,
Broad and Narrow Bill Paper.
For aale cheap by (M8 2m) II. M. WHITNEY.
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