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PUBLISH kl AT
Honolulu, Hawaiian ImIuimJm.
Ztatofj of A.clvortiixaC
abojlZvevy Saturday Morning.
A t3.0 far SI Months
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a.,, tne 'at of sihcripion dove, fir this paper in Ameri
d", im cent postage stamps, ten t the dollar.
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and their car J will be inserted m per above table, Rf Itae Um
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a discount from theae rt, which are for traniient advrrtiit
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PLAIS AND FACY
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ULMRt M. WIIIT.NEV.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL 2, 1870.
SIX DOIX4KS PER AXXLM.
VOL.. XIV. .No. 4U. W11UL.E X. 13.
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akther-leeck of the tiaail shtrera.
t boa Unea strain and tbe W shmods alar ken.
cw ' tut. litke boom qaivera,
Onw iri the ave wiia is comins; storro-ctood blackea.
J L pnut n lher bow.
1 k iint-b"w t'l oa Fir latsnd head i
1 tbe walcnea the heain k-aJ.
tiiwl t the wW!. srvl with enr-r ere
ra ant to sky, and to shore I fiae.
ae siutUf'd order of " Full aod by,"
IJs sibKiroly chantM to -'4
alkip benl lower beCl
, 1 aer brns'laiiie bir to l
' Full fr stays ! 1
beCre the hrexe
i aer brns'laide bir to toe tUtM o lays.
he ft-r epricf to Ihe rieingr seaa
Cfte .io rail "e-tan.! by jT stays ! "
,inre nH, as earh io hia plsre,
A lb.' (-rh-red emle in bia harden'd Bands,
k mk! t.MIiiie. by sheet ao.1 brare.
fclin t:e waechwrord ica patient stand.
:V I.tftit on Fire Inland bea4 draws near,
tnin.pt-ine'd, the pilot's shoot
$n h r' n bowsprit's b'H I hear.
4 th tbe welcome rail sf Ready about ! "
rtt . me to .pare ; U b Ub-and-s;
i A the enpfvin (rowla, " Down beim, hard dWa ! "
I . ui sf c'J oo tbe whirling spokes I throw.
tlw Varen rn s bUck with the stortn-c load's fxowa.
Ii n't the knight-beaA. 0iea the spray.
4 we nifH the hk of lite plaofiins; sea,
siy shuuldfr stilf to tbe srhe-H I lay,
it I iur, "Ay, ay, sir. hard a lee."
f."t.-i the swerins; kap nf a startle-1 steed
ship s faat ia tbe eye of tbe wind
1.u:(T'iue ! oa to lee recetie.
the knXaml si bite we hare left behind.
p.iji. filter, the Jibe CoHapae,
. I HI Vuf. nn lug at ine psnini riens ,
C 4 'P" sats and the mainsail flaps,
,'d, I i d thunJer the order, Tacks ami sheets ! n
aru; (be rartSe of blorks and the tramp cf the rrew.
!&: the ruin and the rnahinf ataall,
sails are aback from clew to c'ks,
M "1 now Is the moment lor u Mainsail haul ! "
the heary yar.ia, (ike a baby's toy.
fifty strong arms are quickly swung
HVMs ber war, snd I look with Joy,
the first white spray o'er tbe bulwarks flung.
ro and haul ! "'tis the last command.
1 the bi-ad siula nil to the blast once more ;
-n and ir leeward lies the land,
,U tbe breakers white on tbe shingly shore.
t natters the reeC or tbe rain, or tbe squall ;
it-ady the helm ttr the open sea ;
first nate clamors, " Belay there sll?
Ihe Captain's breath ooce mure cornea free.
shore let the fwd shin flr.
tie care I bow the gusts may blow.
tyeaatte bunk. In my Jacket dry ;
- idt bvlu bare struck and my watch Is below,
Oliver Wendell Holme $
lew Tork Correspondence No. 36.
in January Gto. Ft
li i ArtH ir. in. .Veic Y
li k ;.e of tu Picture.
y fEOJI OCR 0T CO
is. Artn-ir. m JVeic 1 ork and ia "arx 1 lit
Nrw York, Feb. 1, 1870.
t wonder of the weather continuen. Tlie
inter month lias cl6edl warm and serene
rt to Jat aa Let jvenibcr's Indian sum
No snow, no teiupcfets, peopie tending
J pcra and Ion blades of green grass to
:wpapcr editors, all the rivers open, the trail-
butus appearing in the CelJo of Connecticut,
titttato viiteti vnrautini? in Maine, buds of
- o - - -
wjivarinz tree bezinninj; to swell under the
niiMj, all thea quite unprecedented phe
r.a rill the mind of the uatire American
'under, and lead him to question uneasily
J.er there maj not he some screw loose in
V'letial mechanisni, and whether the solir
en may not jet prove to be, as Sydney Smith
bl for Jeffrey's benefit, a weak aftiir ; "
whether, in short, the day of judgment may
e somewhat nearer than he had expected.
inly New Yorkers have never experienced
K thi century a winter that has been bo
ttry as the present one. In this capricious
i. indeed, every season presents some novel
je. Rich summer is the rainiest, the dryeet,
akhiest. or the hottest within man's
jrj; each spring and autumn contrives to
QYiterlze itself, in some unexpected way, in
IperLitive degree ; bat this winter's warmth
f'f!tr.a!'u exceptional. I have inter- I
ii " the eldest inhabitant, and be remembern
I like it. We begin to hope that New
J u to be blessed with a change of climate.
I attention of the city is directed at present
7 toward two eminent persons, toward the
prv and the fnnernl nhuvinies tt AaaA
ti . . . . . I
nosos jrxew, r. a-awrvoaj, wboee remains
be consigned to earth, this week, in his
1 placer the town of Danrers, now called
iy, near Salem, Jlaseachusetts. I fisited
l-jce last summer, and found it an unintcr-
N'ew England village, like any other ; bat
one notable feature, the Pea body Insti-
Ia that monotonous assemblage of square,
1 D'i 3. hit-rint.i houMM. I found n firu smK.
fl edifice of brick ; and in that edifice was
ieraMe and well-selected library of stand-
i miscellaneous works, a number of good
a fine lecture-room, an independent
of works of reference, and the noted
ure likeness of Queen Victoria, with tbe
lph letter which accompanied its presenta-
. 1 P tbe good Queen to the great giver. - All
Jportunities or tbe Peabody Institute, in-
J; and 1 could not help thinking that tbe
r-e was of more consequence to tbe State
j r inntry than the prim - village thai con-
! feabodv himself I saw but once. about
ears ago. There was a gala performance
principal opera-bouse ; and during tbe
t two noticeable men quietly took their
p the right band box of the upper tier,
itiog the auditory. One was a short man,
r vcu ana paruy uaju, dui wiin an air oi I
yoath and good nature ; be wore no
, but was instantly recognized as Admiral
t. The other, a tall squarely built per
K-.a i . M &l
aaur, strong features, and benignant look,
I 5 Peabody. An American audience is
in ... or timid to applaud its Donular men ex-
& .m they appear io tbe character of orators, I
and no demonstration was made in favor of these
distinguished citizens; but the opera became the
leaser epectacle in their presence, the aria and
the ballet were unheeded for a time. A great
murmur and bustle in the audience announced
that its attention and its opera-glasses were
turned toward tbe two benefactors. They formed
a strange contrast. One had served his country
in war, the otlier in peace ; one by dealing hard
blows, the other by giving cheques ; one by de
stroying, the other by building up. Which of
them had served the best it were hard to decide.
But the lion and the lamb were reposing there
together ; and had you then seen the two amiable
creatures for the lirst time, it would have been
bard for you to decide which was the fighter and
which tbe philanthropist.
With the present week the name of George
Peabody will pass into less frequent mention;
but bis record will live for centuries as that of
one of the uorit blameless well-wishers of his
A young Prince of the royal blood divides the
public interest with the name I have just men
tioned. Prince Arthur of England is among ns.
He is more refined in manners than bis elder
brother, who vie ited Honolulu some months ago.
With smiting composure he undergoes the ordeal
of j-jstliog, crowding, and hand-shaking, and
goes to balls, dinner-parties, and places of public
amusement as if determined to observe thoroughly
all the habits and peculiarities of the native
Americans. His programme of movements is
kindly published, for several days in advance, in
the doily papers, so that all curiously disposed
may fullow him around if they choose. litst
Sunday be attended Trinity Church; and after
lie left his pew a number of young ladies crowded
into it, in order to enjoy, successively, the fine
imaginative pleasure of occupying a seat that
the Prince had pressed. On the same afternoon
he promenaded Fifth Avenue, to see the favorite
strolling-ground of New Yorkers ; bat he was so
crowded by tbe young ladies that be found it
difficult to make any observations other than
upon American female beauty. In June, 1867,
I saw Prince Arthur at the Paris Exposition.
He was then a straight, slim, well grown youth,
apjarently sixteen years of age, with clear com
plexion, thin face, and aquiline nose, and of tle
saDguine temperament. He has gained consider
ably in flesh since then. His bearing was thor
oughly gentlemanly, except for a tinge of uneasy
nervousness, which is natural enough in a Lid
who is bo constantly stared at by the public.
Yet the crowd did not worry or pursue him. He
was in the English department of the exposition
when I saw him, looking at the great Whit worth
and Armstrong guns; a couple of intelligent
looking and muscular gentlemen, his tutors, ac
companied bim, and the official in charge ex
plained to the Prince some points connected with
the working of the artillery. A few persons fol
lowed bim ; but there was no jostling. This
was explainable, however, quite as much by the
fact of the superior attractions, in the way of
royalty, that were present at the exposition, as
by the superior deference of the Europeans. A
few minutes after Prince Arthur had gone by the
word passed rapidly through the curious multi
tude, Le Roi d Egypte ! Le Roi d' Egypte ! "
and hundreds pushed and struggled to catch a
glimpse of tlie dark-skinned successor of the
Pharaohs, whose tall and stalwart guards made
swift passage for him through the crowd. But
it is not necessarily snobbishness that makes peo
ple run to catch a glimpse of royal personages.
It is a natural curiosity to see how people will
behave when placed in an exalted and exceptional
station. We are all anxious to see what cannot
Le seen every day. The same principle leads us
to attend weddings or executions.
So tbe Prince goes blithely through our coun
try, seeing at least the brighter side of our in
stitutions, if no other. What the darker side is
your readers may gather from these facts : that
we have had, during the paBt monthof January,
fifteen murders committed here in New York,
and a host ten times as many attempted assassin
ations and robberies ; and that nine out of ten of
the criminals remain at large, or, if arrested.
escape the, penalties of the law. In the most
shocking case of all. the Hudson street murder
of a few days ago, tbe criminal (Reynolds) coolly
remarked to the officers, upon his arrest, " Hang-
ing for murder is played out in New York.'
This philosophic assassin spoke the truth. Not
more than one per cent, of our murderers suffer
capital punishment. The apathy of the comma
nity in respect to crime is something unexampled
in the character of civilized nations. The most
frightful murders are absolutely forgotten in three
or four days. We blame our laws, our mercenary
judges, our social institutions, everything but
the right cause, for these terrible phenomena
It is the character of the people that makes them
possible, that permits them, that watches this
increasing horror of crime without a protest or
an effort. Within ten years mob-law will be the
law of New York City. Calahcs.
Vm - BARTOW,
Sstlesj ft BB n Q,neen Street. ne Jsr f rass
SM - fLaatnimanu street. , ly
K. T. ADAMS. B. O. WILD KB.
ADAMS Sc. WILDER.
Anctlsa and Csmatlislsn Merchants,
FIRS PROOF STORE,
Is Rwwlnson's) Bnllsllna;, Qneen Street.
M. PU1LLIPS Si. CO..
I - mBOBTBBB AXD . .
Wholesale Dealers In Clothls?, Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Men's mm sb tag ana tascj cssds,
tt: 4 MERCHANT 8T (700 6m) HONOLULU.
D. N. FLITNER,
Continaee bit eld business in the treproo bsUldinf , , ,
Kaabassaaa Street, "
Cliroaameters rated by obeervatioca of the no and star
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian oi Honolulu. Particular attention riven to
- flae watch repairias. - Sextaat and quadraat
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments eonstanUy oa
686 hand and for sale. ly
BISHOP COh BaaUer.
Office, In the east earner sf Mikee's Block,
Kaafeomanii street, Hoaotala... .
Draw Bills of Cxchaer? en ' ;"
The Bask or CauroaaiA. - Baa Frandsoo
MasB fiimuuMiimi k Co New Tork.
La sa ir Wallik, - . New Tork,
TBEKoa-V'NATiojrAB Bask. ' . A Boston.
OaixrTAL. Bask Cobtobayiob. - Zodoo.
Messrs. Mabctabo. Abdbb a Co.. ' Paris.
Agents Pacuio iBsvaaaca Co. and Vavblatta Lrra Lssrm-
Win rsceirs depoiu4Ucoant flrttcUil bos Inetips per, and
an en a io coiiectinatr. 090 ly
Office corner of Von and Hotel Street.
J. M. WHIT.VEV, D. 0. S
Orrtci otcb Da. norrMasw'B Daco Sroac,
CORNER OF KAAHUMAPiU AXD MERCHANT STS.
AM Office tours from 9 a. till 2 r. u. ly
K. IIOFFMAN.V, M.l.
Physician mad Sargeoa,
Ceraer Merchant and Kaahumaaa sis., near PostoOice. 687 ly
A. C. BLTFL'M, M. I.
Phvslrlan and Surgeon,
Office and Residence, A Id rich House. Fort street 680 ly
JOHN S. McGRKW, M. D
Physlflaa and Sirgean.
Office ia II. U Chase's building. Fort Street.
RattiDBiict Chaplain St., between. Nuttanu ami Fort Stt.
OrrtCB ilocaa From 8 to IO A. M., and from it to S P. M.
Attorney and Connselltr at Law,
Fort street, three doors below Merchant Streets. 702 ly
Ittsrney and Counsellor at Law.
Oifice on Queen Street, opposite the Court Bouse, up stairs.
R. i . DAVIS.
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom, in both English
and Hawaiian languages.
692 Office oh Queen Street, orpo'ite the Court Iloutr. ly
S. B. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
Offie ovtr RickardionU Store, corner Fort mnd Merchant
in ttreele, Honolulu. ly
W. C. JONES.
Attorney at Law and Land Agent.
Win practice in all the Courts of tbe Kingdom. lie will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai, Maui wad Hawaii,
and visit either of those Islaud on
MO Office near the Court House. T
C H IT I. A N Si. BROTHER.
laJPOBTBRa or AND SBALKBS IS
China Goods of all Descriptions, and In all kinds of
Also, constantly on hand, a superlcr quality of Hawaiian Rice.
64 NVXJANU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
THE NEWSPAPER KUOKOA,
Published Weekly In the Hawaiian Language.
It has the largest circulation in the group, and is read both
by Hawaiian and Foreigners. Price 'i a year in ad
vance. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free of charge. Office over Post Office.
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Money and Recruit furnished to Ship on Favorable Terms.
AFOXC Si A CHUCK,
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In General
Slerchaudlse and Chinese Goods.
Fire prMf Starr, Nunruh Street.
Under tbe Public Hall. 706 ly
E. O. UAL.L. Si. SON,
Importers and Dealers In Hardware, Dry Goods,
Pointt, Oil, and General MtrchandU.
700 Corner Fort and King Sta. ly
JOHN THOS. WATER HO USE.
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise,
669 Queen Street, Honolulu. ly
M. S. WALKBB.
S. C. ALLBM
USbablW SK. AJL.I!.3,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
683 HONOLULU, H. I.
M. . . WW W1.TW m. .WW
F. A. SCHAEFER Ai CO,
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, 680 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
Dealer In Wises, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
696 ileaslnla. ly
BROWN Sc CO.
Importers k Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Spirits, ie.
700 MERCHANT ST., HONOLULU. 6m
L.EWERS Si. DICKSON.
Dealers In Limber and Building Materials,
680 Fsrt Street. ly
TH. C. II BUCK,
General Commission Slerenant,
686 Fort Street. ly
FISCHER Ai ROTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolulu. H. I.
MeCOLGAN St, JOHNSON.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU, H. I.,
T1 Opposite Tbeod. C. Ueack's. Jy
II. E. McINTVRE t BROTHER,
Crocery, Feed Store and Bakery,
comer or Km and Fort Streets, Honolulu, H. I. 605 ly
W. L. GREEN,
General Commission Agent and Broker,
QUEEN STREET, 688 lyl HONOLULU.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
Commission Merchant and Ceneral Shipping Agent
Ileaelala. Oshs. ly
L. L. TORBERT,
Dealer In all kinds of Bnlldine Materials.
Pointt and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Clatt,
Sath, Blind. Jeors. A-e.. se.
OrriCB No. 20 Ei-labadb, (674 ly) Oprosrra Cocbt Hocst
TJIEO. H. DAVIES.
(.Late Ja-iion, Green 4- Co.)
Importer and Commission Mercnant,
LLOYDS' It THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITE'
NORTHERN ASSURANCE fOpr ..?'rM
BRITISH r FOREIGN MARINE INSURANCE CO,
' Fire Proof Buildings, Kaahumana sod Queen Streets
UfPOBTBBS ABO DEALBBS 1ST
Hardware, Cntlery, Dry. Goads, Paiats and Oils,
and General Merrbandic.
S74 It: 9S KINO STREET, HONOLULU. li
Comntlsslsn Merchaat and General Aeent.
ArlLPalti,U1i A"auln Sarar Plantations-Ija-
In New Sieae blare, NaaaaaSt belew
BABTL B, CAS TLB. 4. S. ATBCBTOB.
A. a. COOKB.
taaiLK j. COOKE.
Inpsrters tad General Jlerthants.
Klag street, espsslle the Seamen's Chanel.
w u, u e.n i s for
": nr. ayaes Celebrated Family Med ietnea. .. -
Wheeler Wilson's Sewing Machine ; ' ' Z
The New England MotoaJ Ufe Insurance Company
Tbe Kohala Sarar Company, Hawaii.
'The naika Boftar Company, MaoL - - - -
The Hawaiian Sorar Mills, Maui. .
Tbe Walalua engat Plantation. Oaho.
Tbe Lomahai Rice PUataUon, Kanal 71a r
. , D
C WATERMAN At CO
Commission Merchants. - - '
special atbenttoa paid ts) tie interest of the Whaime riett b
w " 1 k 1 ii.bi sase 01 swhinf OiL
Bene, General MIroeriagoC Freight
Keaara. Isaao Howxabv, Jb. A cd.. New Bedford
J. C. Mbxbill tt Co., Baa Francisco
ALLEN St. CHILLING WORTH,
WBl eoatinae the Oeoeral Merehaadiseand Shlpptngbnslaesa
sm ws mvuvw porv, wnere tney are preparew to furnish
lb justly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruit a ars required
by whale ships, as the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
s?lrewoocl on XZaxicl.
C. liRKWER ii. CO.
Commission and Shipping Merchants,
709 IIowoliilo, Quint H. . y
C. Lt. RICHARDS t CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, and
Dealer in Ceueral Merchandise,
Keep constantly on hand a full assortment of werclisadise.for
the supply of Whaler anil Merchant vessels.
o75 ly ,
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGtR t CO..
Impwrtersaad Commission Merchants,
Corner sf Fsrt nnd Merchant Street.
M. S. GRINBJIUM CO-
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
And every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich,
702 Makte'i Block, (juetn sf. ly
sf. C. CHALLsMKL N. A. BLUM B.
CIIALLAM E F j St CO..
Importers and Dealers In Wines, Spirits, Ales, fcc.,
No. 8 NUUAXU STREET,
676 Opposite Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
Dealer in Central Merchandise,
Corner of Hotel and auanu Strettn, Honolulu, JJ. 1.
Cetail Establishment on Xanana Street.
722 Above the Fire-proof Store. ly
KOLL.ES & CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Jlonoliuu.
Iirilt IT PKBMISCION TO
Messrs. C. A. M'illiitim & Co. Messrs. C. Brewer & Co.,
Mesrrs. Castle & Cooke. I Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.,
Messrs. C. L. Richards ii Co. u. 0 Waterman, Ksq.
m t ii e, r rv . .WW W . w r wr. .... . .
"afXlN TUB WKKK.
Honrs from 9 A. 31. to 10 P. 31.,
Up-staira. in tbe Sailora Hetue.
Tbe last Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet
us of the Y. M. C. A. tsyd ly
WILL BB 4TTKNDBD TO BT
C. J. LYOIVS.
ESPECIAL. ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and oonnictins; fc-urviys of Town Lots, also, to drawine
Plans and Translating Notes.
O Leave orders at Office of 8. B. DOLK.
Photogi ap liy
IMPROVEMENT IS THE ORDER OF
tbe day. Having constructed a new Sky-lijrlit. and mane
various other iniprovementa, I hope now to be able to suit tbe
most fastidious with
Of any Size, from a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken in
the lest iilyle of the Art,
And on most reasonable terms. ALSO, for sale Views of tbe
Portraits of the Kings, Queens, and otlier Notable. Ac
oov 1 y xx. mj. iUAor., run otreei.
1858. JOS. V. KfllG, 1869.
ARTIST IN PHOTOG11APHY,
Over the Advertiser Office,
Next doir to the Post Oflice, has opei ed his Gallery for Photo
graphs, Cartes de Visite, Amlirotypes, Melaino
types, &e., Ac.
678 Sntlaractiou Warranted or no Pay. ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
K. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUM AND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
AkiOt Waier. Soda and Butter Crackers,
JENNY LINO CAKES. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REUAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Floor, baked daily and
always on nana.
It. B BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
Of ike Imperial Farm, Rambouillet,)
Kniana street, above Mr. Thos. Foster's.
ALL BUSINESS IN HIS LINE AS
VETERINARY SURGEON, promptly attended
to. Particular attention paid to all diseases of
Cow aud Sow, Carefully Spayed, gr V,f
gjr All orders left with Mr. BERTRAND, Barber, ftIfi'
No. 40 Hotel street, or at Mr. KELLY'S Stables, nim M
Fort street, will be attended to 698
SHIP SMITHING, &C., &C.
THE HONOLULU IRON
WORKS CO. beg to announce toi-ffjfa
Ihey have opened . Vw
A Blacksmith Shop on Queen Street,
Close to Mr. Emmes Building Yard, in which
Ship Work, Carriage Work, Agricultural Implements,
. llorse Mioeing, c,
Wilt be attended to teith Promptness and Dispatch.
And havins: on the premises a STEAM HAMMER and other
labor-saving appliances, as well as a large and varied stock of
light and heavy Iron, they are prepared to do work CD caper.
Quicker and Better than elsewhere in wis city.
: HONOLULU IRON WORKS.
713 3m ALEX. YOUNG, Mararer
HAVING BOUGHT THE STOCKyt
and taken the Stand.
No, 44 (lower door) Fort St., Vie
Lately occupied by Mr. THOMAS TANNATT at S
LOCK, CC AXD GEAEEAL KEPllR SU0P,
Will tbe Business as heretofore, and will Repair all
kinds of Light Machinery and Metal Work of every description!
PUMPS, dtC, PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
ALSO. ON BAND AND TOE SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Gnus, Pistols, Shot, Amuunltlsn,
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, Etc, Etc.
Centrifugal Wire Cloth Cut to Order.
. , C0LB ACBWT IB THIS BIS G DOM FOB
The Celebrated Florence Sewing HacMnes.
THE CONNECTICUT .
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE C0.MP7
OF HARTFORD, COAW, .
intA on accumulated Reserve Fund of over Twenty
JSts MwUion Dollars, is the
Oldest Mataal Insnranee ComnsBT In America, r - -
Has the Largest amount sf Assets, - "
The Largest Receipts and Smallest Experses,
- The Larcest namser Sf MemherS, ... AJ
. . . "T " . . .. . .
ASa IS US mS( USersi V. ia caisicbcc i
Hariiiu. nbr.i larrviiKv i
for the Hawaiian Islands of the above old aod wealthy I
mw -mm wrw m v. r. w. . M n AS w?wm.wwTw a K." . T1 1 .
Ufe Inraranee Com pan v. Iam t re pared to famish any in-
formation perxainins; to Life Inesrance. ana to receive Bp- I
plications for the inswri oar of Uvea of any ace between 14 and
60 years, on as favorable terms aa are offered by any other
company. i . '
1 The attention of those con te-a plating Isssaring their own lives
or the lives of others, is invited to tbe superior advantages
offered br this ' Com near. In tbe tarre amount of its assets
and the consequent security Afforded to the Insured. Ita in
come from interest alone more I baa cowers all the expenses, in
elodlog payments on aceoant f tbe death of asessbers.
Circoiars and ail otaer dcsrv inforsaauoa will be supplied
oo application, personally or by letter, to
tt. n. w tillai.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
GEXT Brrmrn lenrl of Underwriters.
Kent Dresden nuul si L'tttU-rvrriiera,
A & Vienna Benrd of I'lidrrwrinrs.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rjMlE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
H Appointed Agents tr the above .'ou.pany,are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Prick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most tavorable terms.
For particular apply at the office of
F. A. 8CHAKFKR 4- CO.
Honolulu, My 4. 1868. 691 ly
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rfllHE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
M Boston Board of Underwriters, notify Masteis of Vessels
and others that all bill- for Kepsirs on Vess. Is. and all hill
tor uenerai Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not lw allowed.
6 ly C. BRKWmt A COM Agents.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Of 8an Francisco.
F1HR UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
I. aptolnted aKent fur the above Company, beg leave to
inform the public that they are row pn;nrtd to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON
CARGOES, FREIGHT nud TREASURE.
696 ly WALKER A ALLEN.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATES. The cl.iuse in the Policies ot this Company are
specially advantageous. THEO. 11. DAYIhS,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Policies
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS ALL
Claims for Losses settled with promptitude.
70-2-ly THEO. H. DA VI ICS, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Eatubiialied A. D. 1803.)
CASH CAPITAL. S8.UOO.OOO!
raiHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
a ApKinted Agents of the above C'uuipauy for Uie Hawai
Are Prepared to Insure Against Fire
On Brick. Stone and Wooden Bulldinrs, Merchandise, Furni
ture, Ac, on the must favorable terms. For particulr apply
at the office of (bUl ly) WALKER A ALLEN.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF IV JEW YORK.
CASH ASSETS, (lVi;ii $30,000,000!
Cueth Dividends iu 1868,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the "World.
Premiums May be Paid Seml-Annnallv or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
699 ly Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
Family Grocery & Fee d Store
PER STEAMER "IDAHO."
N THURSDAY, MARCH 10th.
GOLDEN GATE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR,
Fresh Oatmear, 10 lb bags,
Large and Small Hominy, 10 lb bag.
Fresh Buckwheat Flour, 10 tb bags.
Best California Hams and Streak Bacon,
CALIFORNIA CREAM CHEESE,
New York Dairy C'.eese,
Keg-s California Butter,
Cases Fresh Lard, in tins,
UNToTTfT JESxxa.oAs.ocl. Hoof.
Cases Pacific Codfish,
Caves Cola. lYeish Onions
SACKS HUMBOLDT POTATOES,
Cases Cutting' & Co's Table Fruits,
In lfb, JB and lft papers.
Cases Cutting's Jellies, 1st glass,
Cases Cutting's Jellies, In ting,
Boxes Fresh White Vermicelli,
Sacks California Wheat,
Cases Dessicated Cedflsb,
Clayton's Salad Dressing,
Tins Cracker and Cakes, assorted.
CASES A5D qtJABTEll CASES SALOO.V BREAD !
r. BOXES FRESH APPLES.
FOR 8 ALE AT THE LOWEST BATES,
AT THE FAMILY GROCERY & FEED STORE,
mi. 1 ' ' I. BARTLETT.
nOVAI ITI II IDflV ITflDITO muni
"ViWAiW aiivn i vailaO VO.Uf I .
m m a K E A L L K I N D SOP
AnAcninery, sugar tiuii, steam r.ngines,
BoUera, Coolers and Sheet Iran Work, and aU kinds of
BRASS AND IROX CASTINGS.
A large stock of Piping. Elbows. Tees, Brass Valves and
Coska, Sheet Iron. Boiler Plate. Bar Ira. CentrifDral Wbcsv
India Rubber Packing, and every description f Macbinerr
always oa nana,
. . ..,. s. s t .
wi iuaraiacry eiiiita lar&WC issw.
rS ly UONOLCLTJ IRON WORKS CO.
SUCH AS ARE USED
Fancy Card Frames, for sale by
H. M. WH1TNST.
CLOTH TOY COOKS.
A VARIETY OF ENGLISH COLORED
cloth and Paper Toy Books, just reoeired sad for sale br
106 li. M. WHITNEY.
W II, I, I A ll UsLAKK,
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
AO. 63 FORT ST., HONOLULU,
716 ly tppoi(e Odd K-llown' HalL
8 A tl UEL I?I . CAISTUK,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
NEXT DOOR ABOVE L. L. TORBERTS.
V. U. WOOIaSEY,
WW o a bin at a i,at mj v-fA a a.- o . s r
.cr- 11 An BV ri'ti w rj hits .'l i ma
L I-OKT to the oki 1 IIuum! at Ihe fuit X
Nunanu street. AH orders intxulel to himu
z win nxuivc lmuieumie Mut'ntion. 14 um
MERCHANT TAILOR, oj
HOTEL STREET, (E
.f if- 712 ly Opposite C. E. Williams. J" J.
IUICAIT Sc CltOCIaJCTT,
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. 70V ly
HAieii:it & ciiAYTEie,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
Shop on the Esplanade, near the Cus
Where they are prepared lo execute all orders
in their line with promptness and in a w rknvtnlike manner.
Horee-thoiing done with neatnem and dispatch. 711-ly
John Nott. Jis'l Nott.
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COPPJtilt AIVD TIIVS1I1TIIS.
HjUKK PLEASUR'EIN ANNOUNCING TO
a the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Copper Work, consisting in part of ktills, btbibk . !abs, hob-
CBL'M FANS, WIIKIU, TCUrF, elC, etc.
Also on hand, a foil assortment of Tinware,
Which Uicy offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
ALL KINDS or BKFAIMKC DOSS WITH KEATNKfai ABO DIHrATCB.
Orders from the other Inlands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop on Kaabumauu St., one door above Fiitner's. 710 6m
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
70 King; Street, Honolulu.
REPAIRING DONE MTU CARE
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
JJ Orders from the otlier lalands promptly executed.
E. G. ADDERLLY,
SADDLE & HARNESS MAKER,
Fort ana Hotel Streets, Honolulu.
XT Carriages Trimmed with uatnest and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to piomptly. 000 lr
DALTON 6l BLAUVELT,
Saddle and Harness jVIakcrs,
KING STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming In all its'
Orders from tbe other Islands promptly attended to. 681 ly
OO Kins Street, OO
ill . T. I7IV!VISIiL,
IJirORTKB ABD SIAMCr ACTTBKB Or
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE!
SuiUble to this market.
STT Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
scription made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 8 6 and 8 8 K Ins; at reet.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
692 Near th6 Drug Store of J. ilott Smith A- Co. ly
Boot and Shoe Maker and Dealer in Leather and
COl Street, bet. Xuuanu and Maunakta Sta.
f 111 87 Orders from the country solicited and promptly
ii auenneu to on tne most reasonable terms. OtfO ly
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Sfjl Klug Street, next ts Bethel Vestry.
Hooolulu. H. I.
J. H. WICKE,
A LABIA 8TBBBT BILOW TBS TBCATBB.
Furniture made and repaired ai 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
ramuy jaarsei, vrorasnop at meoia Stand,
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 689-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE.
(V-C spectrally inform tbe public that he Is prepared to east
Vo" and finish all kinds of brass and composition work wits)
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on abort
tar Constantly on hand, hose eoopttags of the Following.
sues 1, . a, ii, a aim i. suso, on enp. anl gauge cocks.
Iy - Kmg street.
JAS. L. LEWIS,
COOPER AIf GAIIGER,
At tke Old Stand.
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Btork of OIL S HOOKS aod all kinds of Coon
ring- Materials constantly on hand.
Ph' 1 Ue hoP hT aitentloo to business to merit a eoa.
V f tinuance of the patronage which he has hitherto en-
- - ana iot wmcn ne now retarns his thanks.
F. H. & C SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
abhibb Mreet, mtU BtrthaBt and Qseea,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves Lead Prpe, Oalw. I row ftp, riaia and Hose
diixj., nop vocb, tnoia nuDoer xlose btst S-ply in
lenrtha of 2S and SO fret, with RmkHm .. -- - --
ptete. Also, a very Urge stock of Tinware of every aVsserip.
tton. Jobbing and Resjairing done to order promptly and war.
ranted. Particular attention riven to Ship Work.
Thankful to tbe cit aens of Hooolala, and tbe Islands geo
erany, for their Hberal patronage m the past, we hope by sulet
attention to business to merit the same for the fatare.
KT Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
... . ,.; ,. . . nji,
I pplV&wjouVnal itTwSSi
to 27, baring beea reoeired. Tetrsma t a year.
at. M. WHITNET.
Pnyson' Indelible InU.
FOR MARKING LINEN. TO BB USED
without any preparation tbe beat marking ink in -
For sale by 1514 H. M. WHITNEY.
Lambert's Violet Ink !
SOME OF THIS UNRIVALLED INK. ON
hand sod for sale lo 75 cent, f 1 and SI 60 bottles.
1 U. II. WHITNET.
1IILU, 11. I.
Sugar and Molasses.
CiROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IV
J quantities to suit purchsser. by
"H m WALKtR A ALLEN, Agents.
Sugar and Molanni Crop 1870,
CU) MING IN. FOR SALE IN UUAXTU
t Hl'Ji to suit purchasers, by
7210ni WALKER A ALI.KN, Agents.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
v.. II. no YD.
Choicest alents from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Veretables
sc., furnished to order. 720 ly
SFniiMA iilc et,
KING STREET. HONOLULU. M7 ly
SUGAR ABD MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
710 Out C. BHEWKR A Co., sgents.
Sugar and MolHe Crop 18TO,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN UUANTI
TIES to suit imrchsnrs, by
709 6 in WALK ICR A ALLEN, Agent.
Sole and 'Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE
BRATED WAIMEA TANNERY,
For sate at tbe lowest market rates by
092 ly A. B. CLE0II0RM, Agent.
II. Cornwrll, Ironrllor
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
-fTtROM THIS PLANTATION FOR MALE
U. in Iota to suit purchasers.
GEO. 0. NrLEAN. Ageut.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
c. w. c: ray & ;o., lkleo.
(Office, No. 30 hbrt Street, JIonoltdtL)
Xaaufaetarerf and Dealers la all kinds sf Ssap.
try Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 60S ly
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS Ac MITCHELL.
'IMIK PROPRIETORS OF TUB ABOVE
m Works are prepared to supply custom era, and the pub.
lio in general, with the best quality YELLOW OAP.
v" a7 no A a alw. fs on sssssssl.
Thb Hiobjbst Pbicb paio roa Soas Obkahb. 701 1
1I2 W OIIOCKIIIES,
Per Steamer "Idaho'
ALIPORNIA GOLDEN GATE BAKERS
EXTRA FLOUR, ia qr. sacks,
Golden Uate Extra Flour, In hr sacks.
Oatmeal, lo 10 lb bags
Bigs Rye Meal,
Cases Cala. Streak Bacon,
Cases Cala. Smoked Haass.
Cases Cala. Smoked Beef,
CASES CALIFORNIA CREAM CHEESE,
Cat era Clnnaa, la lib Una.
CASES MACCAROM AXD VERMICELLI,
Cases California Ground Pepper,
Cases Cutting & Co's Table Fruits !
Fresh Walnuts and Almonds,
California Dried Peaches,
California Golden Syrup,
California Oats and Bran
FOB 8ALE CHEAP AT
TlfSt H. K, Mel NT Y RE St BRO'S.
Quick Sales & Small Profits
FJIHE RECENT LARGE DECLINE
THE PREMIUM QJ GOLD IN HEW TORK
Having Greatly Reduced the Cost
All kinds of American
WRITIIIG AUD PRIIITIIIG PAPER
I AM ENABLED
BT PURCHASING MT GOODS
TO BELL AT
Rest Congress Letter Paper, $4 00 a R'ra
Best Record Cap Paper, 5 00
Commercial Vote Paper. 3 00
Heavy Eill Paper, ft 00
Iixpers, EnvelopeH, &co
IT LIKE REDFCED RATES,
ly QUANTITIES TO SUIT THE TRADE.
II. IV. WHITNEY.
Ilonetala, January, 1(70.
BfeKV?'' aiawarinjenisrrSia wji'r