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SESSION' F lSlO.
Friday, Maj 12th.
From Ilaaloo, t,r 1 18. m mH-cirrier. Rf.-rrcd
tj select committee.
From Honolulu, fr increa.- of py fjr constables.
abolLihi-1, nJ the impnrttion of opium for smoking
Vc pn,hll,itc I. Petition to be cousi rl with a Lill
Lefore the House on the Mine pubject.
Frttu L&hlii.i, rtl.itinx tu divorcr.
From Koolm, for a reluction in the horse tax,
j an.l a cb uige in the tax on annuals.
I Float Hjtu, pnf inf that no nue riu.-A Tax Collector.
A l.tt'rt Jmlj-r or Ciruil JmJr wliu ii w m( UDdr-
uukl lt lljnaiutn ttngun9 Ht fcrrtrd.
The Jii'l:ri.-ry Commiltre renrll ailrerKly on the petition
cniO-tiiiC If"' rlr-clio f Mr. J. L. Naili, It'prrsrtirali from
Ko-Ju'". 0!a, a t chaxg - met (rlh in (he petition wcrr
pl rtiMi'h-il. R-poct a.1 Jp'etl.
Rluc.3 ila.it 1.0J) b iiw-i-t in th? Appropriation Bill
tn th h.irt-r f II nW, Kauai.
Mr. I'h. rr:uJ f r th- Cr.l lime an Act to proviJe (r a
part f ih' iucxitructii ruoJ, by aralatrs beurSttcJ
Mr. s'rniih K notice of a b.n ani-n.lin Sec. &52 of the
Ciil C'K ivlilirj t r'jrtt'ro-b-ue gourtli.
Mr Whine irtrrl'i".sl a r-tutKn tuat the Serx-ntit-Arm
! iiwtrurtoj to furoi.U erarkers and chee: io the As--ml,;y
at nn. Byrt-t-nJ.
Mr. HiU-manu f -ul lt th firt liin a bill d. giiatin un
bnkctri animal, a the property of the person upon whoa
Ul l'" auiiik'tU are runnir g.
R.-!li;!i-"i j!Jm b: in-rtl in th- Appropriation Bill
l u.rr th-? la cf th Clerk of the IJovrrnor l Maui.
Mr. I'.l t iu(ruIuc:tl a rcW.ali.m ihtl a com mil tee be
iaerui:t"l toe-cunine ioto the r-ort of the MiuUter of rinance,
ami nirt thereon.
Mr. A!v mor-'J that the reJulIon Ive rfferoed to th
intn.ilnrrr as t h-r Pinanre CoounHl'T w Mil-I alteud to the
provision f'( the rrilali'a. Mitin W r.
Mr. J'i'I I moetl t- imL linitHy ixntpone.
Hi. F. v C. C. Ilarria ate4 ll'e uiln-Iucur wht-rt'ln hit want
cl conQ Inre in the Fininre Committee wa haeii aa the
Comniitt--e ji appiiiteil by the Chair, aiu! alrlinil to vote
for h m if be itit n give a gl rea.-; but if otherwiae
wouM -te (w hia rriuii'n.
Mr. Pilipo reply a.iiil lfut he iorl a K-let Committee
b-ciaie neth'iu'it th-; I'iruinre Cotnmitfe h! a much a
tby cm! I ilo at prmt- lie t.;vl urlliiii uiimt (he Flruinre
Ccaouitti-e nr the Miuir f Fin-mce, bat t.iought tlte matter
0'i?!ii t t)-'e.iniinel by a Selrft Commitiee.atMl fr that reason
intrioturml the mlation. Aol niorroTer that vereral amounts
ktJ h.rn rprruletl in adirn'tion for which they were not intetul-
ni. anl thr aprrpriation entirely n glrrtet, ao! the toociey
u-ol f r i.ttv-r i.l f-i-t
Hi L :. C U irri. sai.I tint he di.l n..t think lh- memlK-r
ni-x-it w:nt f r-mii 1 -nre io tii Minuter f KininO". That
t!ie Minit. rl liinnre w:u -tl witSi pn-r ft e'rml the
appr pri.iti'u n l w nir before the AemllT, a.TT in tb-ir
hu:.i. II-- U.y-rVrl to t.tkin; tU ! Dtt'-r not ( the liarxU of
t1,.- k'ttukft4-.'. Lui valine, wttli the pment
.H nl'-r ..J t mjnrr, n i. rvrivlv v iiu.vr mo aiw irucn
fY'-rr mrilK-r of the AmMT with pleasure at any time they
wouUl call ntvm him l his othee, where every paper aJ every
b wuil be openl (r thir inspecti-jo.
Mr. r".li( saul Ih U heilHi iv4 .peak (r hiinvlf bat for the
II.. w, and wanted to know why the Ual .peaaer was afraU
of a !-l--ct Convnitt.-e
Ilia Krelh-ncy replie.1 that he was iw afrai-t of a select fom-aiirt-e,
but ..uld he wre a committee of the whole li-u.te
arp4ntil in pUce of the select Couimittee spoken of, if the
Hotue uVatretl it.
Mr. Iloapili favorrd the resolution, anl Mr. Kalama spoke
n n m.i ion of Mr. J'il I lle Iloase procenled to the order of
the day. the same beini the consi-leration of the -il Section of
(lie Uivorci; Hill. Alter sKne debate, the further discussion
ras poMrraiued till t.vnnrro.
Thf bill rlsiiu Io t?ie abatement of nuisancrs, being the
next ord-T of the day, was real t the third time anl pal
Ad Act ainenduiK C'haj.t-r H, r.-ction 17, of tiie 1'enal Cod ,
Was then read lit the third time and wL Adj.Himed.
Sattedat, M-iy 1 1th.
From the Chin.tmea cf Honolulu, that the sale of
cpiam le prohibited, anl that a heavy pc-nalty be
fixeil npon any who may sell the rune illicitly.
From Koolaulon, that the school tax be placed in
the LanIa the Governors ; that school teachers be
paid from 75 cents to $1.50 a d ij, and that they be
chosen by the jwplpf their district. Referred.
Front Lihaina, that the Circuit Judge of Maui
receive a salary of 2,000 a year, traveling expenses
per annum and salary of Clerk G00 per
Mr. Kaukaha introduced a resolution that a sum
be appropriated for the purpose of securing a good
hiftury cf the Hawaiian Iblaridi.
Mr. Martin Introduced a resola'ion that the Finance Com
B.ilU-e be instructed to ex inline the report of the Minister of
Fuiance, and repmt on the same t the Ilonse, before action is
taken on the Appropriation B:IL
Mr. Lyons spoke of the resolution calling for a Select Com
mittee to be apointed Cr the surae parpise as the above reso
lution, lie said that there was dissatisfaction amonj the
aie rubers in regard to the report of the Minister of Finance ;
ghat there were in the report 73 transfers ; oo doubt done by a
stnctiomnf clause in the Appropriation Bill; and cited
especially the appropriation lor a subsidy for Inter-Island
"team Navigation ur der special conditions, and wanted to
know if the country hid had the benefit of s.ejrinera for the
past two years. Not so. But the money has been spent.
Me was not certain whether it was best f T the Government to
run a steamer or not ; but the appropriation was not Fir the
Uoverament to provide a steamer but for a subsidy, lie also
stated ttat a sum bail been appropriated for a Post-office, and
.nore was wanted for the same object ; bat nothing was
sai I of a Printing-oillce f r the Government which is to be In
the san.'e buiMin. He thought if the wishes of the l-egisla-
w-re not carried out, the member had better go home.
lr. Judd moved to table lae resolution, and consider it
t ther with the resolution of Mr. Pilipo. Motion carried.
Mr. Wabine presented a resolution that the Serjeant-at-Arms
be instructed to furnUh copie. 0f the laws to those me ru
bers who have not yet received thrtn.
Mr. Kaauwai gave notice of a bi l lo ametwl Sections 5 7 and
Uo of Civil Code. Da
Mr. Bishop gave notice of a bill to amend Chapter 85 ol
Mr. Mar&i gave notice of a bill in regard to suUions and
Mr. Koapun give notice of a bill in relation to konohikis and
tenants, and a bill enacting new sections to the law reUlin
lo Govern iii- nt laisls. "
Mr. Kaiue ioiro.liic.-d a resolution that $100 be inserted in
the Appropriation Bill , luxn'shing Court House on the Island
i f Motokai.
Assembly proceeded to the orier of the day, the same being
the resolutions of Mr. Pilipo and Mr. Martin, the former re
q t. -sung a Select Committee, ami the Utter the Finance Com.
uiittee to exaiuine the rejTl of the Minister of Finance, and
report on the as ate.
The President called f r the sense of the House as o whether
the specific work of a karl as Committee shall be taken from
them and referred lo a f-lect Committee.
After some debate on the point rawed, the House ruled that
he s.eciDC duty of a Standing C-iitntit.-e could wit be taken
nim them and referred to a MeiJrt Committee before the former
a taken any action thereon. Mr. Pilipo-s resolution was
eonseq jentiy ruled out of order. The resolution of Mr. Martin
as then read.
Mr. lUrris suggested that some kfiuit time be fixed tor
hearing the report.
Keuiioa adopted as amended by Mr. Lyons, lliinf the
luneol presenting the report on the report of Minister ol Finance
far Saturday oe . Assembly adjourid.
Monday, May 16th.
F rora the Catholic, of Honolulu, that the diforce
law be made more stringent than the one existing.
From nilo. that 5,000 be appropriated for roia
la North lino.
From Hamakna, asking that S 800 be appropriated
fcr the road from Kaalo to Puunui, Hawaii.
From Ewa and Waianae, for increase of pay of
constables. Also that the harbor of Ewa be opened
for shipping ; that the sum of 840,000 be appropri
ate.! for opening Pnuloa harbor.
The President d resected a. rtU 1kn frVlffvl t f cSYn1 r-
. K mvim lAWUVlUiUf
W .1 UW relatin8 to m be repealed.
- -i m n son on!y a nj,,,.
FL'HI1SI1KD AM KDITKI) UV I
HK.VKl M. WHU AKV. i
From Makawao, praying that Arrnts seuduig their children
to English schools be exrnipt frtxn m-Iio4 lax.
From Kau, that $40,oot be appropriated f r an exiieditvin to
BuUritoti lo srttle Ibe UiiUculty in regard to the Vi'.ling of Ma-
From Lahaida, that --;Ie ter proliibiled from ellutuig
From North Kona, for a reduction in the horse t-iv, anJ an
increase in personal taxes.
icrotTK n lesflLrTiom.
The Ju.licisry Coinroitlee reporteI advciseiy tottte petitions
from South Kona, Waialua, Molokai and lanai, contesting the
election of Messrs. Kaai, Naukana an.1 Kaluaohao!e, and
recommended lhal the members be allowed to retain their
A helect Committee rejiorft- a-lversely on the ja titiun praj
nig that the prists ers do no other Uian Goveninicnl labor, and
recommended lo table I lie same. Report referred back to
Committee f jT further c-o-o lcratiun.
Mr. Kep"ikai introtuctd a reoiuli iQ reqm-stine tie-Attorney
General b explain where thejiower is Riven to the UiMrict Jus
lit e iu Vilu.u to auiliorii- culali.ti without a warrant lo
enter private premises in search for saddles, sore ba kei horses,
or an thing elre, to the annoy aiH-e hf pr.VHte individuals.
Mr. rhiil.ps in re4y saul he coukl not an-r very promptly,
a it was a state of ciieuinL.utces, which be did not Luw
existed. Hul if such was the ra--, he would check it, and
moved to reh-r the sul.j -ct to the Judiciary C'oniiiotlee.
Mr Wahlne introiluce a resolution that three ol the Minis
ters be removed, and th.it the Minis er of Foreign Kelalions
e-rf..rni the dyti-s ;f the Attorney General, Minister of the
nlerior and Miuister X Finance, in con.iec tion with the duties
of bis ollice. Ke-lulion ruled ait of order.
Mr. Martin read tor the ti ret time a bill amending Sections
527 and 4-'W of the Civil Code, in relation to i.rts of entry, ainl
bill as.eil to its second reading uixler the rule.
Mr. Smith gave notice of a b.il of indemnity fr 2,000, paid
to Dr. Judd, on account ol rent of wiixrf lot.
Ilousefprocetded lo th? order .f the dav, the Divorce Bill,
which was discuss -d in Committee ol the Wholi. After s one
debate. Section 2J was issed, fixing one year as the time
alter which divorced ersons m.iy marry.
The report of the Speri:d Committee appointed in on
the revUi n of taxes, t. gether w itii a bill on the sarite Milj -ct,
bein next in order was taken up in Committee of thf Whole.
The report was reud and accepted, and bills therein embodied
sscd to their second rcailit: Assi-tuLIy mlj urue-1.
ALEX. J. C'A IITWRIGIIT,
Csminl.vtloa Merchant aud Ucncral Shippin Asrent,
&6 Honolulu, (lahu. ly
Dealer in Wines, Spirits, Ale and Porter.
t'M II ou ol u I u. ly
l,KVKRS 1 DICKSOX.
Dealer In Lumber and Cuildluj- Materials,
6Ho Fort Street. ly
TH. C. IIECCK.
Ceueral (oramisNlon .Meriliant.
V M . X E XV CO I II.
Office corner of Fori ard Hotel Streets.
II. K. McIXTVRE Si IIROTIIER.
Grorery, Feed Store aud Dakrry,
Comer of Kin and Kort c:i-et, Honolulu, II. 1. 695 ly
V. I. GKEE.V,
General Comnilion Aeut and Broker,
qUEEN STREET, iS 11 IIOypLVLU.
F ISCHKIt ROT II .
Fort Street, opposite Odd How's Hall. 'Honolulu, H. I.
E. O. II A I.I. & SO X.
Importers and Dealets in Uanlware. Dry Goods,
Paint, Oil; and Ventral Merchandise.
700 Corner Fr-rt nnd Kroe !-s ly
J. 3. WALK It S.
S. C. ALLKS
WALKER- A LLKX,
Shippia? and Conimision Merchant,
692 HONOLULU, II. I. ly
F. A. SCII A EFER Si CO.
Importers and Commission .Merchants,
HONOLULU, Csd ly HAW. ISLANDS.
ED. IIOFFSCIILAEGEIt. a. CO.,
Importrrsand CouinilIon Merthaets,
Comer of Fori and Mrrrbnnl Slrerts.
ED WIX JOXES,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
Money and Recruits furohh-d to t'Lijs on favorable Terms.
McCOI.GAX .V JOHNSON.
FORT STREET, HOy O LU LU, H.
il Opposite Theod. C. Ile iik's. ly
W. II IMF II REVS,
Importer and Wholesnle Dealer in Wines, Spirits,
Ale and Porter, etc.. etc.,
729 MERCHANT trTKEItT. HONOLULU, H. I. ly
X. C- CmLLAMlL . A. BLCMB.
CII A LL A M EI. Jk CO..
Importers and Dealers In Wines, Spirits, Ales, &e.,
-Vo. 8 XUL'JMU STREET,
729 Oposite Merchant street, Honolulu, H. I. ly
AFONO ii ACIICCK,
Importer. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In General
Merchandise and Chinese Goods.
Firepro4r Slorr, uunnn Street.
Under the I'ul.lic Hall. 704 ly
M. S. URIXI1AUM Si 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 . A. Aldrich,
702 Muiee't Block, ueen tt. ly
J. M. WIIITXEV. I. D. S.,
Orricg oveb Ia. HorxAS-i'd Duco Stork,
CORNER OF KAA1WUASU ASl) MERCHANT STS.
691 Offiee hours from 9 a. M. till 2 p. a. ly
A. C. BUFF CM. M. D.,
rhysician and Sarzeon,
OtSce and Residence, Aldrich House. Kort street
Attorney and Connsellor at Law.
Odice on Queen Street, opposite the Court House, up stairs.
DILLINGII I M Si CO.,
taroKTKRS AND DEALERS IX
Hardware, Cattery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils,
and General Merchandise,
727 A. 95 KING STREET, HONOLULU. If
M . P II I I L. I PS Si CO..
Wholesale Dealers In Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Men's Famishing: and Faucy Goods,
iVo.a MERCHANT ST., (727 6m) HONOLULU.
Dealer la all kinds or Bnildinj: Materials,
Paintt mnd OU, Wall Paper, Window ami Picture Cla$,
Sank, Blind, Uoors, 4c, ire.
Ornca No. 20 farLASAPs, (727 ly) OrwiTS Cocax II or be
C L. RICHARDS Si Co7,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, and
Hearers in General Merchandise,
Keep constantly oD hand afull assortment of mer-.handise.for
the supply of Whaler, and Merchant vessels.
JOHX S. MeGREW, M. D.,
Physician and Snr-eon.
Office-Corner of Fort and l,,tel Streets, (3twe formerly ooco
P 7 J-1 Hu-hes. Saddler.)
B.8iiaca Ckaptam St., between Nuuanu and Fort StM
Orrica Hoc rom 8 to lo A. M, aod from 1 to ft Vat
a. r. adams.
ADAMS Si WlLncn.
s- a. w:uu.
Aictlon and Commlssioa Merthaits,
FIRK PROOF STORE,
la Roblasssn's BwiMinx, Uaeen Street.
R. . DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice in all the Courts of the Kin-rdom, in both English
and Hawaiian language.
602 OJier rnn Queen Street, oppotitt the Court Houte. ly
IRA RICHARDSON. "
Importer aid Dealer la Boots Shoes, Fine Clothing,
r-rnlshlng Goods, Perfimery, Jtc.
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streett,
713 HONOLULU,!!. I i,
JOHN TIIOS. WATEKIIOISE,
Importer aod Dealer la Crutral MTthtnJise,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
C. HREWER X CO.
Commission and Shipping .llerchants,
703 IIowolulu. Onliu II. I. 1y
K. IIOFFM A X.V. M.I.
Pliitlan and Snrsenn,
Ctmer Merchant and Ka.'huruauu :., near PostoRiee. 687 ly
Am F. JUDD.
Attorney and ('ooafllor at Law,
Fort street, three doors below Merchant Street.
C. S. U A KTO W,
Sales Rosui ou Quern Nlrrel. nr door front
60 Kaahuuianu street. ly
S. O. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
Oflctt ovrr Richardion'.i Store, curntr Fort and Merchant
TIIE XEWSl'AI'ER KI.OKOA,
l'BbIiIied Weekly lu the llanaiian Lanjrnae.
It has the largest circulation in the proup, and is read bo'.b
by Hawaiian and Foreigners. Price $2 a year in ad
- Vance. Advertisements translated into Hawa
iian free, of charge. Olliix; over Poet Office.
CIIC I, AX &: Hit OTHER.
MfouTxiu or asn dealkks in
China Good's of all Descriptions, and iu all kinds of
Also, constantly on h:md,a suerlcr quality of Hawaiian Hice.
6Ji PiLUAXU STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Dealer in t.eneral 'Ierrhnudise,
Corner of Hotel a.ul Xuiuiuh Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
Retail Eta!!is!iiiient Un nn.inu Street.
722 Above the Kire-t-roof Store. ly
ItOLLES X. CO..
Ship Chandlers anil foiumlsslon .Merrliauts,
tneen Street. Ilottohn'u.
4H K r K U j BY r.HJIISIIIISI TO
Messrs. C. A. Willi-nns & Co. I Messrs. C. Urewer Jk Co.,
Mecrrs. Castle i Cooke. I Mesr. 11. Ilackfelil M Co.,
Messrs. C. 1. Richards & Co . C Waterman, Esq.
Hi MAX Si BROTHERS.
Wholesale aud Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing,
II ATS, FUKNI.SHINO GOOD:,
Ladies' aod Gents' Boots and Shoes, Yankee Notions, &c, &c.
Capt. ,Vii.' Hnildimj,
No. 20 MERCHANT ST, t723 ly) HONOLULU.
, W. C. JOXES,
Attorney at Law aud Land Agent.
Will practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. He will
attend the Circuit Courts in Kauai, Maui and Hawaii,
and visit either of those Islands on
coo Office near the Court House. iy
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
A pent for the Paukaa and Ainnuulu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and foreign Quods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
la Xew Stoue Store, X uiuiiiu St., below King.
THEO. II. DA VIES,
(.Late J a-lion, Green if Co.)
Importer and Commission Merchant,
LLOYDS' c THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, and
BRITISH it FOREIUN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
(ire Proof Buildings, Kaahumanu and Queen Streets
li. X. Fi.lTXKti,
Continues his old business iu the tireprouf building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the son and start
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
tine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
(Classes silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
6S8 band and fur sale. ly
D C. WATERMAN Si CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the furnuhiiig of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlaso, Ja. & Co., New Bedford
W. G. E. Popb, Esq., ' do.
J. C. Mkkkill & Co ,San Francisco
ALLEN Si CHIL.LlXOWORTH,
Will continue the General Merchandise and Shipping business
at the above port, where they are prepared to furnish
the justly celebrated Kas aihae Potatoes, aud
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
"jy i. X" O O O d Oil
X3. Cl .
Ship Chandler, Dealer in General Merchandise, Island
Produce, &.C., and Commission Merchant.
lirrou'a Bny, Hilo, S. I.
Will keep constantly on hand an exteusi ve assortment or every
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Produce.
tT Money advanced fur Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
BISHOP Si CO.. Bnultera.
Ollice, in the east corner of Makee's Block,
Kaaliumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Excbaug? on
The If .vx or California, San Francisco
Messrs Gkimxki.l.Mimtcr & Co New York.
Lkbs 4r Waller, - - New York,
Trrmost National Bakk, - - Boston.
OkiESTAL Bank Cohporayiom. . London.
Messrs. Marccaho, Asdre J: Co., Paris.
Agents Psctric Idscrancs Co. and Manhattan Lifk Insur
Will receive deposits.dlscount Irs .-class business paper, and
attend to colleeling.etc. 686 ly
8AK L X. CASTLK. J. B. ATHZKTOX. a. 8. COOKE.
CASTLE Si COOKE.
Importers aud General Merchants.
Kiuft aire-1, opposite the Seamen's Chapel.
ALSO, AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler r Wilson's Sewing Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company,
The Kohala Sugar Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Sugar Company. Maui. .
The Hawaiian Sugar Mills, Maui.
The Waialua -"ugai Plantation. Oahu.
The Lumahai Rice Plantation. Kauai 716 ly
CHEAP! CHEAPER!! CHEAPEST!!
S . MAGNIN
EGS LEAVE TO CALL TIIE ATTEN
TION ol bis numerous friends and the Public in general
To the Large and Varied Assortment
Dry Goods Clothing !
FANCY GOODS, HATS, CAPS, &c,
MS Establishment, Corner Xanana and Marine Sts.,
715 HONOLULU. II . I. 6m
Timber and Firewood For Sale.
HI A AND KOA TIMBER,
Obia and Kua Lumber,
ship Timber and Firewood,
DELIVERED TO ORDER ALONGSIDE.
709 flm Kaawaloa, South Kona, Hawaii.
Extra Fine Commercial Note Paper,
IN ONE DOLLAR PACK AGES.-CON-QRKS3
ai d other White Letter Paper.
Ruled Overland Paper, in $1 packages.
Lawyers' Brief Paper. Congress Cap,
Broad and Narrow Bill Paper.
Tor tale cheap by (698 2m) 17. M. WHITNEY
All the Late Books !
AN BE FOUND AT TIIE BOOK-STORE.
or Sale Cheap. 6S0 lo) H. M. WUITNKY.
COOT AND SHOE M AKEi7f
J3 AO. 3 t'Olt'r ST, HONOLULU,
Ui wite udd Fellows' Hall
s a n uiiL n . c a is teu,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
tf-., A'txr door ah on: l. l. torberts.
111 1 1 i.v
Sail ns: a,Is.er,
, HAS KKMIM KU Ills MIL
I.nhT to the old lee 10-use at the foot ot
.A Nuuanu tre.t. All orders nurusled to lnm
will receive iiumediate attention.
Ti HOTEL STREET, Wt
J f 712 ly l.iite C. K. Williaiiis. -l-f,
I)UiCAi & CKIKIiKTT,
yL SHOP OX IT HE ESPLAXAIE,
5.,'Y) "here all work from Ship or Shore will be atteti led to
VLeiu a manner to warrant satisfaction. 7o'J ly
filAs.EB-S & I!A1TI:.:,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITHS.
-'iT!!!5' Shop ou the K.plati:idc, near the Cus
t??1 torn House,
5r&l2baa Where they are prepared to execute nil orders
u their line with promptings and in a w. rkmatilike manner.
Horte-xhueiny dune u ith netilness and dispatch. 711-ly
Wagon and Carriage Builder,
7U King; Street, Honolulu.
rS-Zt REPAIRING DONE WITH CARErrnv
hkZ AND NEATNESS.
Particular attention given to
Blacksmithing and Horse-shoeing.
y Order from the other Islai.ds promptly executed.
12. . ytiII2:--.t.V,
SADDLE &, HARNESS MAKER,
v--j CORNER r-w--w- f.
OjFort and Hotel Streets, Huiiolnln. fttt
ly Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Ordt rs attended to p.ouiptly. ol'O !y
DALTON "ssTbl! AOTELT,
Saddle and I2arj:cs ITIalsei,
KING STREET, HONOLULU. '
? -r, T-i -sy o
KtfA-Cariinsre Tiiuimiiig In all It'CrU
SVS Craucheik kiT
Orders from the oilier Islands promptly attended to. CS1 ly
ilS. T. I O X X 52 Is la ',
IVPOHTKIl AND MASCKACTl'KEK OF
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
TT Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at S( and 88 Kiux street.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer iu Furniture
Of Every Description.
Furniture AVare Room on Fort street, opposite E. H. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old stand.
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. P. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 6S9-ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRyT"
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD R E-
spectfully inform the public that he is prepared to cast
and finish all kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following.
i, i, 1, li, 2 and 2j. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JA.MfcS A. UOPfEK,
ly King street.
J. ill. OAT : SOt,
1 IX" 3121 X 13L o m sS
I - r (t t Kritirs nttKf)trtiiiri triirir-t ntj-swl in it II rnr'r tnrritwl
'out irotn our lxft. 722 ly
KALIHI SOAP WORKS,
It Y W. II. IIUI1DV.
TMIE PROPRIETOR OF TIIE A ROVE
WORKS is prepared to supply Customers and the Public
With the Rest Yellow Soap.
U SOFT SOAP always on hand. 722 Cm
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
II Y KAWLINS & 5IITCIIELL.
r.IIE PROPRI El ORS OF TIIE ABOVE
A Works are prepared to supply customers, anil the pub
lic in general, with the best quality V ELLO W SOA P.
SOFT SOAP iilxvnye ou linnil.
Tub Hiohkst Prick paid for Soap Grkasr. 701 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
C . W . GRAY & CO., L E L E O ,
( Office, No. 30 Fori Street, Honolulu.)
Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of Soap.
Otr Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow wanted. 698 ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT. MEDIUmTxD NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Acsot Water. Soda and Duller Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKES, tc.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked daily and
always on hand.
If. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
F. H. & C. SECELKEN,
Tin Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Worker,
onaua Street, bet. STerthant and Queen,
A II AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hole
TI? Bibbs, Stop Cocks, India Rubber Hose best 3-ply in
lengths of 25 and 60 feet, witrrCoupline and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very large stock of Tinware of every desctii
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly aud war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citisens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by sti:t
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
TT Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
o 693 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPANY.
AKC ALL KINDS OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
Also, Boilers, Coolers and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds of
BRASS AND IRON CASTINGS.
A large stock or Piping. Elbows, Tees, Brass Valves aod
Cocks. Sheet Iron. Boiler Plate. Bar Iron, Centrinjgal Wir-a,
India Rubber Packing, and every description of Machimry
always on hand.
A Great Variety of Maehinery on hand k for Sale Loir.
6S5 ly " HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
SUCH AS ARE USED FOR MAKING
Fancy Card Frames, for sale by
706 2m P. M. WHITNEY.
WITH MAP OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS printed on them, can be had at the Bookstisre.
624 Price 1?i Ct... or 1 per Dozen.
714 6iiiMtjTliM '
MAY l. 1S70.
v. risen ek,
Cabinet Kaker and French Polisher
727 Near the Drug Store or J. Alott Smith Co. ly
so l7e an d saddle le ath e r,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
COXSTAXTIV N HAND AND FOR SALE,
fruni the well-known
j WAIMK.V T-VNVEIIY C. XOTI.KY.
j By (722 ly) A. S. CLEGIIOUN, Agent.
Corner of Queen and Kit hnrds Streets.
I'o "tli o XjvcIio J
ILlTiU! 1LITIG! AD CRIMPIG D0K
Redding, Towels, Napkin?, and id! Unstarched Clothing done
nt It educed Kates.
f.enl-' ii nd Miipa Work Solicited.
Xr Wagon in attendance. B. II LYON,
720 Cm Proprietor.
JAS. L. LEWIS,
c o o p i; n x i kau U i: n,
A t I lie Old Sin ud.
Corner of King and Bethel Streets. j
A large Stock of OIL SlIOMKS and all Kinds of Coop.
eriiiiTi MulcriiiU constantly on hand.
f?T?r He liojies by Httenii .n to business to merit a con
foSff tinu:mi:e of the patromige which l e has hith-rto en
ftfQ 'Sa joyeil, and lor which In- nokr returns his thanks.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, next to liethcl Vestry.
Honolulu. H. I. 727 ly
FORT STREET, opposite C. E. Williams' Cabinet
72S Ware-room. ly
ISO 1ST. Bsfi2TT V .,
Boot nntl tSlioo -Xnla:o is-!.
(gr ff Manufacturing and Repairing done in a YYorkmaiilike
llatel st, opposite the fell Toner, ly
o. 5 Merchant street, opposite Sailor's Home,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
HAS CO X ST A X T L V O.N II A X D
-&--iiM " large variety of
HVicA he ojft is Jr sale ut the tufenl market pi'n-.es.
Sets of best Black Walnut Purlor Furniture,
Spring back Easy Chairs, Lounges, Mattrnsses.
XT Hair and Spring M Harasses. Window Shades and Slip
Covers made to order. Old Furniture re-upholstered, repaired
an t varnished with warranted jatisfac.tiou.
Cali and examine my slock before purchasing elsewhere.
U Terms Reaaowable.fi)
All orders fronv Ship-masters e.nd the other Islands will !e
promptly attended to. 714 ly
Jit 11 X IVEII.,
A having bought the stock
VT uV..n thu atu.i.l
Xsr o, ii (isnrr ur; r on
Lately occuiod by Mr. TiIOMAS T ANN ATT as a
LOCK, OCX AM) GEXEUAL BEPAIU SHOP,
Will carry on the Business us heretofore, and will Repair nil
kinds of Light Machinery and Metal Work of every description!
PU5IPS, AC, PUT IN GOOD ORDER.
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR. SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cans, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
SEWIXG MACHINE NEEDLES, Elc, Etc.
yjeir- Cent rif ttj tl Wire Cloth Cut to Order.
COLK A'.F.ST IS TIIIS KINGDOM FOB
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
Blank .Legal Forms.
roMI E UNDERSIGNED HAS OX HAND
and will hereafter keep for sale. Blank Forms, such as sr
j used in the Lease, Sale or Purchase of Real Estate, Mercantile
! rt.tiuetiiiiw A-e. . Jbe. Amonir tlietn muv he founil the follow
CHARTER PARTY, for the Chartering or Vessels,
POWER OF ATTORNEY. Three or four different forms
of special and general Powers of Attorney,
CUSTOM HOUSE POWER OF ATTORNEY,
CO-PARTNERSHIP, for Mercantile, Manufacturing or Agri
LEASE of House or Land.
BILL OF SALE, ol Registered Vessel,
BILL OF SALE, of Personal Property,
MORTGAGE, of Real Estate,
! CHATTEL MORTGAGE, or Furniture or Personal Property.
LEASE OF PERSONAL PROPERTY,
INDENTURE OF APPRENTICESHIP,
DEED OF REAL ESTATE,
LABOR CONTRACT, between Master and Servant, three
CONSULAR INVOICE and Certificate, for purchasers and
SHIP'S MANIFESTS. Bills of Lading, Ac. Ac.
CT These blanks are printed on the finest document psper
and in the latest style. Orders from the other Is ands promptly
Prite per Single Copy, 25 f ts. ; or $2 per Doz.
For sale by (640 6m) II M. WHITNEY.
I-tniiibcrt's Violet Ink !
SOME OF THIS UNRIVALLED INK. ON
hand and for sale iu 75 cent, 1 and $1 50 bottles.
689 lm H. M. WHITNEY
AFULL ASSORTMENT OX HAND. SUIT
ABLE for Holiday or Wedding Presents, ami at prices
from $15 to t Qach. 602 II. 51 WHITNEY.
PHOTOGRAPH A 1. BUMS.
ANEW ASSORTMENT JUST RECEIVED
from 12 to 200 pictures each. For sale by
706 U. M. WHITNEY,
Indexed Mem. Books.
VERT CONVENIENT ARTICLE FOR
Bill Collectors and others. For sale by
663 H. M WHITNEY.
Fa tier's lYo. 2 Pencils.
IIESE POPUL4R PENCILS CAN BE
found at I63) H. M. WUITNKT'S
Novels, IVew and Old.
AN INVOICE JUST RECEIVED AT THE
Book Store of (663' II. M. WHITNEY.
UNITED STATES BONDS OF IXDEBT
EDN ESS, (6-20's or any other class of bonds.)
Cashed at the highest rates.
H. M. WHITXKY.
AFRESH SUPPLV OF JOURNAL RULKD
AND RECORD BOOKS, just received per D. C. MUR
RAY and for sale by II. M. WHITNEY.
MX DOLUHS l'!:il M.
vol.. iv. . it. vvnui.K.N.;ao.
NORTH BRITISH AND XIERCANTILE
OF LONDON A.l I! I) 1 N ill ' K; If.
C t 11 T.I 2.1)00.000
; At-xuiiilnti-d iti-d l.ivcalrd Fund. .38,118
i'BMIE V NDKKNlb'.V Kt HAVE IIEE.V A P-
; t'OlNl'KD Aut.M'St.r tl.- Sandwich IsU .ds, and are
: auihor'sed o lucre hcouii r'ire upm tavoralde terms.
Kinks taken in any p irt ( the i.Uuds ou Vexle Usildliigs,
and Merchandise t..rc! tlier' io. hwelnng House! and Kuiui
, lur-, limber, Corns, Slnp in tiarinM' suh or mil. out carg'H-s or
under repair. 72-ily Ei. II i KsCll I.A KG r-.K .V CO
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AOENT llrenieit llsnnl of I'lulrrwrilrrs,
i "siji'iil Drrsitru Itoiiitlol" I uilrrnrilrrn,
Aiieui Vieuiiu Iloiird ol I'liili rtvriK'r.,
ii. intnt.ii-imi:3i i:x
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rP'xIlE liXDKKSK; XED. HtVlNO BEEN
JL Apkiiited Agents of the al uve Conqiatiy. are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Sl"iie aud Prick Buildings,
and on Merchandise Mured therein, on most tavurulile terms.
For particulars apply al the oltiee of
. A. SCIIAEKKR 4- CO.
Honolulu, May 4. 1S6S. C'Jl ly
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
r?i-iHE rXDERSIOXED. AOEXTS OF THE
S Boston Board of Underwriters, notilv M ist- is nf Yisels
slid others thnt all lull' for Repairs on Vess- Is. and all hills
for Oen ral Aver.igu purposes, must he upprov: d by the Agent
of the !i sioii I'ndei wri er. ho must n'so lie represented on
all survejs, or such bills will ii"t le nil. .wed.
t.9S ly C. BRhtYKR ft CO., Agents.
51 1: It : 1 1 A X TS 51 1 1 T I r A I.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
I .S.III I'l'll IK'ihCO.
rviHK rI)KUSI(;KI) IIAVINU ICKEN
fl a;.Miinteil ugents f.T the iiloee roinp.iuy, leg leave lu
imorni the public that ih y are row prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES OX
CARGOES. FHEIOHT mid IREASlRE.
C9d ly WALKER & ALLEN.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIUN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
JsV K ATES. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous THEO. II. DAVIKS.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANClbOMP'Y
Issues lire and Life Politics
X TIIE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims for Losses settled with pr .lupt.tud '.
702-ly Til El). II. DA VIES, Agent.
I 51 P E R I A L
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(F.tnbli.lied A. I). 183.).
CASH CAPITAL. SS.OOO.OOO:
"J-illE UXDERMGXED HAVING BEEN
B ApHinted Agents ol the above Coiupatiy for tin; Hawai
ian Inlaii Is,
Are Prepared to Insure Agniitftt I-'ire
On Brick. Stone and Wooden Buildinvs, Merchsndise, Furni
ture, Axe., on the most favorable terms. For particular" Kpply
at the office of (691 ly) WALKER t ALLEN.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OP 'EW YORK.
CISH ASSETS, OVKK $36,000,000!
Cash Dividends a it 18G8,
The Largest Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premiums May be Paid Senii-Aiiiinally or Quarterly.
A I) A5IS & WILDER,
699 ly Agents rr the Hawaiian Islands.
Life Insurance Company
EDWIN W. BRYANT ,
WOODBRIDUK S. OLMSTEA D. .
LUC1AN S. WILCOX
0RGAMZED IX 1816. CIIACTEU PEUPETiAL
A PLKkLY MUTUAL COMPANY I
Xm be ring over OO Member.
Assets Jan. 1, 187u7over $27,500,000!
Surplus, over $8,000,000.
Total Claims by Death, (paid to dale,) Orcr
Total Dicidmds, (paid to dale,) Orcr 3,000,000.
Current Dividend from Yoily lo Seventy per
Current Income, over 10,000,000 per Annum.
Its Income from Interest alone More than Pays its
Claims hij Death.
There being no stockholders its Surplus belong, exe'osively
to the mem--, nnd is eqiiiiably divided among them In
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS, which may be applied in reduction
ot premiums, or may be accumulated at interest for the benefit
ol the Assured, or may be received by them iu Cash.
Paid-up Policies are granted sfter two or more years Pre
miums have been paid, thus praCically making
All Policies Non-Forfeit ings
It issues Policies upon nil desirable plans of Insurance, and
lias adopted in iks workings sever. I SPECIAL FEATURES.
original with this Company and off -red by no other.
LAST YEAR'S PKOSPEROlS Ll'SIXKSS.
11,960 Policies issued, insuring about 09,000.000 00
Income receive. 1 and a -crued 9,064,06) 08
During its last fiscal year this Company paid in dividends to
the living and on the policies of its deceased members. Two
Millions Two Hundred mid Forty-Five Thouasud Two Hundred
and Fifty-Two Dolbtrs, and at the same time added more than
Five Millions Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollar, lo its
XT The whole record of this Company has been one of prudent
management and prosperous advancement. Among the older
and leadiug Life Insurance Companies its average ratio of
expenses to Income lias, through its entire history, been the
lowest of any.
Further information concrning this old and reliable Com
pany given by HENRY M. WIIITXEV,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Honolulu, October, 1869. 698 tf
BEGS TO INFORM HIS FRIENDS AND
the public that lie has succeeded Messrs. BROWN A CO.
Wholesale Wine and Spirit Business,
And respectfully solicits a share of their patronage. lie intends
to keep the
BEST BRANDS OF ATIXES, SPIRITS, ALES, Jte.,
That can be obtained in any Market.
Has on band now a good assortment of Goods in bis line, and
expects shortly to receive an assortment of
German nnd French Winea, Liqueurs
and Brandies, Ac, &c,
723 0f the best quality. lm
Bank of England Paper,
IN SHEETS ABOUT TIIE SIZE OF FOOLS
CAP, suitable for Plans, Surveys, Exchequer Bills, Jtc-, Ac
This paper is made out of linen, and is almost indestructible
with ordinary usage. For sale by
"9 -,n II. M. WHITNEY.
1 t t f t
i ihi 2 m) :i no 4 oo e on io oo
l o ' 00 4 00 ft OO H 00 12 ( 0
00 4 (hi 00 7 oO 10 O0 1ft no
A 00 oo 7 .Mi 10 oo II Ml IN 00
Lines (J In -to ...
12 Lines ( 1 inch) . . ,
24 Lines (2 mi Ii. )..
M Lines (.'I inches) .
4 Lines 4 tiirhu) .
4 00 oo I.' Ml '.b fH) 1 Oil; '.'A 0(1
I M (HI 10 10 14 Ihi IS oil .".II 01 1 40 00
j 8 oo I.' oi n; oo 22 oo W ihi ro no
,12 oo in no 21 oo.'.o oo 4A oo : 75 00
1 00 "II OO li 0U7J OO O0 OU.lfiU 00
Uy Advrrtier rridcii ill the EMteni Unitrd Stsles. "
Kiy for their curds by eniioriog nbttrk' or I . r Isles Tf
Cents 1'o.tage Stmp f.r nich iniionni ' they wi-h to my
nnd their csnls will be mserl-il as pet alov twlile, . the tout
1CT Business Carls, when pn-hl h" a year, are allowed
a discount Irom tl.i-'e rdes, sld. li are l r tr.oisii iit advertise
ments when paid or charged quiirierly.
domestic prolmrf. .
1S.O. .-,vrVT?r, !.
U I LO, II. I.
Sugar and Molasses.
MROP COMIXO IX AND FOR S.H.K IX
VJ quaulitiLS lo sjatt ureliH.-is, ly
72'2 ttin W AUUR A. ALLEN, Agmts.
Sugar Hiid 5Ili"ex Ciop IK70,
lOMINO IX. FOR SALE IX ITA.TI-
. ' TI KS tu suit purcha is.
WAl.Kl.lt U ALLEN, Agenl.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. lit) Y D.
Choieest MeMs from tin-id herds. Poultiy, iidi, Vegetables
,c, furnihhrd toonUr. d ly
KING STREET. HONOLULU. 67
jfTEW CROP OF
1 SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. lorSnleb)
710 btu C liREWI.R Co., agents.
PRINCE VILLE PLANTATION.
Sugar nnd 5Iol;itM ' Cioji !?),
COM INC. IN. FOR SALE IX t U A NT I
TIES to suit purclissirs, by
;0J Oiu WALKER ALLEN, Agent.
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
REGULAR Sl'I'I'LV FROM Til E CELB
For sale at the lowest iiuirk.'t rales by
too lf A. r. CLIIUIIOItN, Agent.
V:a5Et:iin EMis-stat ion,
II. Cornnrll. Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
fTMtOM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
6U5 ly GEO. C. MrLEAN, A rent.
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF HARTFORD. CONN-
With an iicen initiated Iteserv Fuiul of over Twenty
Seven Million Dollars, in the
Oldest Mutual Iusnranee t'iiniiait) in America,
Has the Largest amount of Assets,
The Largest Receipts aud Smallest Eijm uscs,
The Largest nciuber of Membei,
Pays the Largest Itetarn Illvlueads,
And Is the most Liberal (o. Ineilstenre.
nAVIXG BEEX "APPOINTED AGENT
fur the Hawaiian Islands of the above old and wealthy
Life Insurance Company, I am n pared lo furnish any In
formation pertaining to Life Insurance, and to receive ap
plications for the Insuring of lives of any sue lietween 14 aud
60 years, on as favorable terms as are off red by any other
The attention of those contemplating Insuring their own lives
or the lives of others, is invited to the Urior advantages
offered by this Company, In the huge amount or Its assets
aud the consequent s. curily nlTT led to the Insured. Its in
come from interest alone more thsn covers all the expenses, In
eluding payments on account of the death ol ineinlH rs.
Circulars Hlld llll Oilier desired lfif,llln;lt..n will be supplied
on application, personally or by letter, to
II. M. WHITNEY,
Agent for the Hawaiian lidaiul.
The Honolulu Iron Works Co.
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY,
SUGAR MILLS, STEAM ENGIX11S,
CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES, olno
BOILERS, COOLERS, ami
SHEET IRON WORK.
ALL K1SVS OF BRASS
AND lllOS CASTINGS.
XT Particular aUention paid to tfHIP-PMITIITNU, HOUSE.
811uEI.NO, and all kinds of BLACK HMITll'e) WollK,
Fire-Clay, Pipe-CIxy, Babbitt Metal,
tuperior English Icather Belling, 314 in..
Centrifugal Wire Cloth.
1'ar Iron and Hhsfting,
Angle Iron, Ac.
FOR SALE LOW.
Manager Honolulu Iron Works.
Honolulu, February 21, 1870. 724 Ct
INCLUDING A VARIETY OF NEW AND
AN INVOICE OF
Popiilm' Piano IMiinIc,
Songs, Waltzes, Dunce, Easy aud Diftl.
Fancy Note and Letter Papers New Styles,
Ac, ko , t'to numerous lo particularise.
NOW OPEN AND FOR BALE BY
674 II. M. WHITNEY.
New Goods per Str. Idaho.
JPST RECEIVED, A FINE ASSORT
Ladies' and Misses' Boots and Shoes,
HKSTS BLST BOOTS,
ROYS' FINE ROOTS AND KIIOESI
A II the Lain nnd Neve Style of
Dry and Fancy Goods!
FOR SALE CHEAPCALL AND SEE.
72 Cm J. DAVIS Si CO.
Key Check. Baggage Checks !
Something New for the Islands.
THE UNDERSIGNED II A VINO
AJ received, by the Idaho," a lurther supply of
Stencil Dies and an Ootfit of Key Check P!'S
Would Invite the attention of the Public to trs sm.
O Key Checks, with owners name -ano r-side..cf, f re
quiredIn German Kllvsr.f 1 ear. Can bs mailed urn her.
Persons, Aisociations. or D ,,.iun-v. ..rderiug awoer a'
one time will be allows" lib. r.i uts" unt.
'tl!0. 0. THROW
728 3nt froul Roota. iver U. Pott Offioe
X-"- O 1L
THAT MOST IKMH.iui.ii
rAlENCK. In Vitioa V-., -y. formei ly ofw. byT.M
l'-..s,r., in ,a;ii"-i ki-.t. i " --.
n . .. . . , .. .,.. r.j, lliin.tin..
..sm. irrum, i sq , hi ..ui oin u. m
C'!. g-.. Tte houe eontai'is a Mt'.og iUxwd, four Bed rooms,
..... . - . l a I.m irilfK.n .lid
i... ..,... .... ,. i.r. r-otn i'unanoa-sa-sa
a l;itn i.'.oru writ water f.pcmo , -- ,
e-teosive Verat.n . p .rllv rnclosed with Venetian Blinds,
atore foutn. t rnaC' House, stable, ChlcksQ llouas,
loconoe-ilon with tbs House ars seven acres of Land, sur
rounded oy a stone wall, affording good pastorags.
The furniture of the boose Is for sale, If deal rod.
Further Information rosy be obUiuned of J. JL CAB Tra,
Esq.. at Mr. Whitney's Jlook Store, or of CAPT. lOiLKT
Nuuanu Valley. "