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cnflJC AND JOB PRINTINC. ,.j
H tb art.
U, ttot of throwing booquetj to persons 6a
ni tSe Tfr7 Prett7 euatotn. proti.img it b not
I rriei loo far, anl to made ridiculoas sad offensiTa.
N fjttas on'l'iti"'J. an-1 sometimes we can sjmpav
"iik wi:D. tb eathunia ftf the spectator, who,'
rccrne with Jeliht at some fiae'maaifeitations of
niits or tome exquisite toach of art. cats a. iiower
i t f1 f ,h r'1Jer- 11 " gracefnl mark of
.pr'.UtwB. It ia a natural token at pleasure, oaU ',
uty ufowe.l. An.l if as sotnetimea b.-U hap-'
L-i iue arlnt eothusiist casta fan, s. jewel, or
"IT1 i"fel flower, the 8me ' result U seen.-,
'i-B:;in'0US admiration utters itaelf in spontaneous
tiantr. But when, at what u sarpose'i w i
pjnj pint ia the course of a Jratn uic performance,
Ijg ipruce ami dapper theatrical uher his hair
W.fl within an inch cf his hfe. aaJ his blu ribbon
f ntlie left breastcomes marchin dow the aisle.
Vaiinj unIer this burden of a basket of flowers as
f g m himself, to which a note from the donor is os
Lruiou.tfj fastened, and which the leader of the
Ifitra has to receive and place upon. .the stage,
! h effect is rerj ditTereut. Ererj one who sees this
j jpecUcIe knows that it has been elaborately pre
ttti beforeho l with a view to make an impression.
k&l th impression s mvle is s very bed fine.. There
. i . i . i i . . . .
utj oe appiaose iron iui ciaoque, out au sensiDie
tupk too on wun apamj or uisguat. 'iiiere is no
lentaaeuj aoout such a gui as ijmh. me aamira
ds which it is suppose 1 to implr is plainly seen to
jtntand drieL i'erbaps, we reflect, this oflering
a been arranged and provided for by the particular
idur bt actress to whom it is presented. Perhaps the
Woazr of the theatre has got it up. and "will deduct
t price from the weekly salary of the admired object
If bis floral applause. Perhaps sonss injudicious rel-
i&Tt or spoony sweet heart, determined to be pleased
it ail ua2arus. has come down handsome at the
leghboring fiower-tihon. These mounds of flowers
it a g'KxJ deal of mouey, particularly in the cold
luon ; and it takes a great desi of preliminary fus-
!jig ana nzlog to get them into trim.
And. after all, as ire have saidV they do . no good,
ndmduilly, we call to mind quite a number of
luLIio performers, who are chiefly memorable as in
piriog a wish rooted, no doubt. In the savage pari
tf man's natsre to throw strings of onions, bunches
if beets, the ample and umbrageous cabbage, or the
1 spastic brick. But tastes diQer. Mention is so rue
here made of a theatrical contract in which the
1 ( asager stipulated that all bouquets received on the
f I pge by the pla ver were M to be returned to the box-
i 1 4 See. for uae on the f.illowinv niirKt' Thrui h f. nf
f.xl truly economical device somehow will intrude
ftenrselves whenever we see the nwy tribute of fo'ly
Inscribing its curve in air, or the much aQicted
tosieal director trying to look dignified as he lifts
tie flower-basket over the footlights. During the'
art two or tnree seasons, the blonde burlesque dis
mper having been very virulent, an exceedingly
ihun.Unt crop of theatrical flowers has vexed the
yublie vision. Sweets to the sweet ' has been the
ry ami the act alike of spoony youth and blear
yed profligacy. Some of the blondes, we dare say.
lave stood in need of sweetening ; only it should
oave been administered in the shape of soap and
Vater. and a sensible admonition in favor of. decency
if freaa and conduct ; and that admonition might
jiate come with a certain force and grace fvom tiie
jolice authorities. But there was no virtne in the
louquets Perhaps none was intended. This sea
en the floral cmp has already begun to bloom in the
rat of the footlights. Protest against it, therefore,
iiy ehance fc prove both timely and useful. " If the
sighted an I pitiable creatures who cultivate this I
jruicioas custom can be made to see that they both
Send the puUio taste and injure the artists whom
sey undertake to serve, perhaps they will be induced
k desist.--V. Y. Tribune.
The Power of Imagination. , , , ,
i Alexander Dumas published some time ago, in
laily Paris pnper, a novel, iu which the heroine,
Fosperoiis and happy, is asrailed with consump
uo. All the gradual symptom - were mwt
lachinly described, and the greatest interest
As felt lor the Ii?ruiae. .
j One day the Marquis de Dalomieu called on
Dumas." said he, 44 Have you composed the
id of the story now being published in the ? "
44 Does the heroine die at the end ? "
Of eourse, dies of consumption. After euch
mptoms as I . have described, bow could - abe
44 You will Lave to mak$ .her Jive. . You must
ange the catastrophe.'
44 1 cannot." '( - ; -i -
,4 Yea, you mastT; for ' on your heroine's life
fcptnds my daazhterV. ' ' : r il - - ?
Your daughter's 7" , ,
jY'es, she has-ail fbe rarious ejuip torus of con-
Wption vou have dcecri bed, pivi watches mourn-
iii- or everr number of jour novel, reading her
i"--, 1 in vour heroine's. JTow, if you made
t.- ; .
1 ' 'WO U4p' impre6ed, will live too.
c f . as Ife to sate is a temptation
f Dumas changed bis last chapter. Ilis heroine
vewd, and was happy.
"nt live years afterwards, Dumas met the
i t a party. . .
I dmas I" be exclarmed,' 44 let rue intro-
' o my daughter ; ehf ,owes ber. life .to
i e the is." ' ' ' t -
-ne handsome woman, who looks like
les. fcbe is married, and has had four cbil
.fen. - . . - -
4And mj noTfti'foar editions," said Iamas;
v"o we are quits.' - - -
"J" CrRiNT-TTetideU PhiBips' to a re
jttterviewer opened bis heart. He does not
? b le clected'.Governor of Massachusetts,
bn i"1 to poll 30,000 votes. Ilis reliance
rrn T1 rr,nciPe1 of temperance and labor
i t r. IbilllPa came out very strong for
foerai Orant, to wbom he said he bad never
J0 remarked that Grant has the char
u the aTeraSe Drain "Which represents the
lr? 'ntcllgence of the American people.
jd Giant was not a brilliant nor a popular
iB if''ri'ant an popular men with us have
ret been elected to the chief magistracy. . Cal
y. Webster And Douglas ara instsoioes
tW Grant J8 Ir- Phillips, ean make sure
r Botifidence from the people, which means
t lrJ-believe th honor aod interest of a nation
sare ia his hands. The man who re&ects the
Lfn? .f tbo Ut&" ntuaber and keeae in the
the BU0ce88fuI one. Grant answers
th!?pUoV,naa- The Massachusetts ora
vW "tUf that Grant Bt did not suit
iJ r!f i,- Ut Dow he doe8- IIe thought him
jI Of his portji and added. Grant emhodfM
entof the American people more folly
ZZ lT'1- Po"cians oY
rues distrust him, and there lies his
."iS .00 ao far would be approved
rLl ..a1' 48 stron5 common sense.
. i5? vW troe' Patriotic spirit,
held h,ta straight in the line of duty
e desire he should pursue , , J
SLI broDoefore one bf the
y-.7.T , JWX ge dronk7"
wofl tn Trniw. TirrAvawi .
t of a drunken man. " a-.a
w uw. UU1 Ttlll
T-'ed on a tj, 1 Zr :UI1U' wnicn we in-k-..l
. le-cheit : "Tu doces "which
iSbfocf1?'' fr166 of the I
w,.wi.:aoeoi4 teach : and when 1irmii-
' Thou tea cbest."' - J
--ifc -M. PHILLIPS & -Co., :: J v t .
1MPURTKRH AND W1IOLKSILK DEAL
rrs ia Clothing. B bbaea, Jlt. Men' yurnisbiog and
Good. (aft Oui) No. 11 Kuhumtuu At. Huoolala.
PUOTOGRAPIIIC ARTIST. PICTURES
of all ttj-n taken and work gaaraoceetl.
fort Street, lUat Ue between King and Hotel. o29 I;
J.' W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY A.VD CflUXSKLLOR AT It V.
Ofliee oeer the PostJffice, Honolulu. o29 Ota
. . .E. 0. HALL & SON.
IMpORTERSVD DrMI.EP.SiV HARD.
WlKK, Dry Uon!s, Painta. Oil, ami Uenrral Mercbandiae.
-29 - Corner Fort and Kin fcia. If
OS 1 '--
, . TH03. G. THE.UM'S,
ft2?TATaONERV, Cl'TLERV AND
J lepoi. aa4 (.'ireultin(f Lihrarr, te Ulaea
Bland.' kJigravinr, CaHgraphv.iiteoctlCuttiDC, and Coprloe,
atletideil-to. " - ,
ol If . . Merchant Street. Honololu.
:: THEOD. C. HEUCK, v
I M PORTE It AND COMMISSION MF.R.
CIIANf, ("1 1) Hoo.4ulu.Oahu. U.I.
W. L. GEEEN,
W Buildieg, 4ueco Su-ert.
IlbDotutu, Hawaiian Islands.'
z A. S. CLEGHORN,
IMPORTER AND WHULESALR AND
tLKXAlL DKALKR IN
Corner Qocen and Kaahuroann Hts
ol-ly Xuuanu St.. and crfrner Fort and Hotel Sta.
JOHN EITSON, :
DEALER IX WINES. SPIRITS. ALE AM)
FOllTKK, lX ly) ' i . HONOLCIX'. '
.D0WSETT,& CO., .
LUMBER MERCHANT AND DEALERS
in Budding Materials of all kinds.
Corner Queen and Furt Streets, Honolulu. - nl&try
LEW ERS Ai DICKSON.
Dealers la Lamher'aBd BslldlBg SlaterUIs,
73 i iFsri Si reel. ly
II. E. Mel XT V RE 8c BROTHER,
t . -, ;"'. Creerry, Feed Store and Bakery,
Corner f Kin and Fort Stsveta, Honolulu, H. I, 743 ly
THUS, CJ. THRUM,
Stenell Cotter, En-rarer, Copyist and Callgrapher,
740 No. 19 Merchant street. Honolulu. ly
F. A. SCIiAEFER A CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
HONOLULU, 7J Jy , HAW. INLANDS.
' JOHNjTlOH. WATERHOUSE.
Importer and Dealer In General Merchandise,
7 2d Queen Street, Honolulu. ' ly
FISCHER A. ROTH.
Fort Street, oti posits Odtl FWlov's Hall. Honolulu, H. I.
- - - 72 ly "
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT;
Cemstlsslea Merchant aad General Shipping Agent,
739 ' nwaelstlw. Oaha. ly
Sat lew Rmms
Qarrn Slrert. sss
j WM. N E W COMB.
Office corner of Fort aid Hotel Streets.
E. HOFFMANN. M.D.
rhyslrlan and Surgeon,
Ocraer Merchant and Kaahusnana sts., near Postoffice.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
O.Oce oo Queen Street, opposite the Court House, np stairs.
M. O. CBALLAM BL . A. SLCMB.
"At ,'CHALLAMEL i CO..
Importers and Dealers la Wines, Spirits, Ales, Jie.,
, . . v. Ho. 8 aUUANU STREET,
. , 729 Opposite Merchant street. Honolulu, H. I. ly
" - '- EDWIN JONES,
Grocer and Ship Chandler,
LAHAINA, M AVI.
. Moorr aod Jtecraita furoisbAl to Shipa on Favorable Terms.
8. B. DOLE,
Xtteraey at Law. .
OJXci orer Rickardton'M Store, corner Fort and Merchant
717 itretts, Honolulu. ly
ED. IIOFFSCIILAEGER At CO.,
lmportersand Commission Merchants,
Csracr mf Frt and Mrrrbaal Streets.
. G.. DAVIS. , ..
. Attorney at Law,
Will Practice la all the Courts of the Kingdom, in both English
. j - and Hawaiian laaguagea. -
744 Office on Queen Street, oppotite the Court Houte. ly
CIIULAX Ac B R O T H E R ,
:. ptroBTBBS Or ASS PBALBBS IS ' .
I CalaaGssds of all Descriptions, aud la all kinds f
. . . .. Dry Goods,
Alao, cossitaally wo hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
747 WW Ana STREET, HOltOLVLU. ly
LI!;., -.'ifM.f.iV H IT.VET, D. D.
SoiM.'. Dentist, . - . ' er
OrricB ovsa Pa. UoFrxAsa's Dkco Ftobs,
CORNER QT KAAHVHAHV AD MERCHANT STS.
747 Office hours from 9 A. m. till 2 F. M. ly
' HTMAN Ai BROTHERS,"
AThslesale and BetalT Dealers ta Dry Goads, aathlng,
v ! ' ' HATS, FCRNIBHINO OOOD3,
Ladtea' and Genu' Boots and Bhori; Yaakee Motlonsv te., he.
' i- - Ceepi. Snout' Building, . -
. fa. 20 MERCHANT ST, (723 ly) HOXOLULU.
NcCOLGAN Si. JOHNSON,
' Merehaat Tallara, .: .
rOMT STRKKT. HONOLULU. H. 1-
TM..-- Opposite Theod. C. neack'a.
C. L. RICHARDS At COh
Ship Chandlers aad Csmmlsslon Merchants, aad
, r . r Dealert In General Merchandise,
Keep watMtansty m hand a rH assortsaent of marabandiaa.fce
a supply of Whalers and Merchant vessels.
728 ly ... . .-
Li' L. TORBERT,
t " bealcr la all lladi r lalldlng Haterial&VT
Paintt rnnd Oil, Walt Popor Window rnnd Picture Glat.
. , , , , So, Blind, Door, 4fC A. . ,
' OrriCB No'. 20 Esr lab abb, (727 ly) Orrosirs Corrr Hotsb
DILLINGHAM A CO.,
' ' ." j. IXrBTBJtd AST 2MAWS is r . f -t , r . , t
Hardware, CnUery, Dry Coadi,' Palntr'aad Ils,
-i .: -aad Gaaeral Alertaaadlse, i
727 i tlo. a KIXQ STREET, HOUOUJLV. ly
"" 7 IRA R1CIIARDSOX.
Importer aai Dealer la Boots, Shoes, Fine nothing,
Famishing- Goods, Perfnmery, Jte.
Carmer Tort and Merchant Streets,
,: .T23 HOMOLLLP. H. I. , . , ly
i VV C JONES,
Attorney at Law and Land Ageat.
Win practica"ia'tT ISe" Cosurts "ar tha Klngdoea." Bo' wU
.. . atieaa iha CUcuit Coons oo Kauai. Maai and. Hawaii,
aad viait either of those Islands oa
"3 Office near the Court House. 1
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, DECEMBER 21, 1870.
a. w. cv.
J. S. LATTOS.
riROCERS A XD PROVISION DEALERS,
VJ ' ramay Urocery ana teal stote.
32 Furt Sueet, Honolulu.
f ,C.,F. NICHOLS, M. D.;
eOMEOeATHIC PUT SI CI A JT. fJORXER.
Port anil Mrrchaut Simile Ullice Hours. 11 to I ; 3 to
ft. tloua , Mi Beretama itrtrt.
GEO; T. SHIPLEY, M.'.D,
T ATE Sl'RKEON I'. J. NAVY. CAN BE
WLjk consulted at bis resilience, on toe lower e-jrner of Vort
ami Cba plain Streets. . dlO ly
..... ;;. AT0NG '& ACHUOK, " .
IM PO RT ERS, W II O X.Y.S A IE AND RETAIL
Dealers In General Merchandise. Fire-roof Store, Nuua
nu Streets, v - - - - U10 If .
- - . A. F. JUDD, .
ATTORNEY AMD COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
- Fort strert, threw door below Merchant 8U nli ly
JOHN S. McGEEW, M. D.,
V ATE SURGEON
U. S. ARM V. CAN BE
M A consulted at his residence on H otel Sin et, between Ala-
kea and Fort htreeta.
M. S. GEINBAUM & CO., -
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Fashionhld Clotl.inp, Hill, Caps. B.iots nd 8ties,
aod every variety ul Oenlleinen's huperior Furnishing Goods.
'Flore formerly occupied by W. A. Ahlrich, Maker's
nl2 Block, Queen Street. ly
ONFECTIONER. XO. 49 HOTEL
next do.r to C. K. n itliiuns, Honolulu.
W. ITCMIMiaBTd. " '
Importer and Wliolrsxle Dealer in Wines, Spirits,
' . Ife and Porter, etc.. etc., .
729 MERCHANT STRKKT. HONOIXLU,' H. I. ly
C. BREWER t CO.
Cvmmlssloa aad Shipping merchants,
Hwatwlnlu. Owbu II. I.
t. S. WALKCa.
' a. o. allbs
WALKER Ai ALLEN.
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
7.15 ;... nOKOLCLU, u,
a. r. adams.
s. e. wilokb.
ADAMS At WILDER,
Anctlou and CommLsijloa Merrhants,
FIRE I'RUOF STORE,
In Rbinan,a Bildlug. (iurrt Street,
BOLLES At CO., ,
Ship Chandlers aad Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Jlonoluiu.
a b r a a it pihsisiIoi to
Messrs. O. A. Willlan k Co. I Messrs. O. Brewer Co.,
Msers. Castle Cooke. j Messrs. H. Uackfeld k Con
Messrs. C. L. Richards A Co. 1. C Waterman, Ksq. -722
Csmmlsslon Merchant and General l?ent,
Agent for the Panic aa and Ainauulu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Tea and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
la New Stw-sse Store. N at stand Sl, kelew KIbik.
j .... 733 ly -
. . . J. PERRY.
. , Dealer ia General Merchandise,
riRE-PROor store, -Corner
of Hotel ami Xmtauu tercel- tfnwninin,II.I.
t , AUlo 4
Betall Establishment oa Xnnana Street.
712 Above1 the Fire-proof Store. ly
"ALLEN At CHILLING WORTH,
Will eonfinjlc Qeneml Merctiandise and Shipping: business
. at tbcaboea port, where they are prepared to furnish
, i the iostly celebrated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required
by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms.
Firewood oil Baiidi
. . ; . 739 ly
D. N. FLITNER, . l
. Continues his old business In the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
. meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
fine watch -repairing. Sextant and quadrant - -
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
739 - -. . ' band and for sale. ly
D C. WATERMAN At CO..
' Commission Merchants. '' '
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
. the lurnishina- of foods, purchase atd sale of Kxcbange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlastd, Jb. A Co., New Bedford
t W. Q. K. Pors, Ksq., ' ' do.. '
J. C. M SftBlLL fc Co , San Francisco
'" ' BISHOP 3c COM Bankers
Office, Ib the east corner bf Makee's Block,
Ksahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Exchange oo if
The Bask or CALiroBBiA, - Pan Francisco
Messrs Lkbs t Wam.br, - -. New York,
- TitRjiorr Natkiiii. Bank, . - - Boston, r - '
OaiBBTAl. Babk Corpobatios. - London, and its
Branches In Sydney and Melbourne.
Babk or Nbw Zbalabd, - - Auckland. Jf. Z.
Messrs. Mabocard, Asnaa A Co., . Paris.
Ageats Paqtho Ibscbajscb Co, and .Mahbattan Lira lustra.
abcb Co. 739 8m
Ship Chandler, Dealer la General Merchaadlse,lslaad
- Produce, fcc., and Commission MerchaaU
... r Brraa'sBan HiliVS. I.", ""' "
Will keep constantly oa han4 an exteasl v assortmentof every
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Prodnce. - .
nr Money advanced for Bills of Kxchange at reasonable rates.
, . ...TIIEO. DAVIES.) r -
' ' w ' (Late Jcrxion, Often C.) --' -;--
Importer aad rtatnilsslon Merchant,
LLOTDF ir THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMPANY, end
BRITISH 4f FQREIUN MARINE INSURANCE CO.
Firs Proof Buildings, Kaahomanu and Queen Streets
SAMO. V. OASTLS.
J. B. ATBBBTOB.
CASTLE At COOKE,
Importers and General Merchants,
KrsltavretV' mtstaalia tbo SestnSesk'stClsstael.
. w ' -ia, AGENTS- FOR- -w - w
Dr. Jaynes Celt brated family Medicines,
Wheeler ar Wilson's Sewing Machines,
jhe Sow Sag land Mutual Life f nrpxanca Csspany,
The Kohala Sugar Company, Hawaii.
The Haita Sugar Company, Haul.
. The Hawaiian Sugar sinrsv siaui. . , p f -. p y
The Luenahal Rice Plantation. Kauai 710 ly
WITH THREETIlOCSAJfD FIVE II UN
DKKD POLND3STERLIN8. A gentleman with the
above amount invested in Cheep, with stations, comprising
f ver one hood red thousand acres; of first class Sheep coantry,
arvl twenty-two -thousand Sheep, Is dettroos of obtaining a
Partner with the above amount, or would dispose of his whole
interest In the same. t
Complete inventory and futl particulars upon application
Booohaa1 Pot: t. i ' fol am) To W. L. CREBM.
x1 International i Ilotel..,
asaai rurtliAlt anu v c mm
kaswo Hotel ia now open for the travaliag publie.
It Is located in the most central part of the city, mJLm
cooveniru to ine Business and shipping.
' Ms DAkii will be iuiMl u mrfw thl. Ids taost Dotmla and
best reulatad public house in Huoolala. And its patrons may
rest assured of having every want f uppHed. -
The table will be funushed with the choicest delicacies of the
Bland. (735 6m) JAMES C. HARWBON.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
kg i. NO. 44 FORT ST (LOITER DOOR) .
716 ly Opposite Lewers A Dickson's.
A LEX . CAMPBELL,
opposite C. ' E.
s a an u K ij jn . c a it t e it ,
COOPER AND CAUCER, : L
ESPLANADK, ' .
DOOR AROyF. L. L. TORBERTS.
. . j 716 .ly . ; ? i "
sja MERCHANT TAILOR.oj
F HOTEL STREET,
f T ' 712 ly Opiwsite C. K., Williams. -ijLX.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Klug Street, et to Bethel Vestry.
' Honolulu. H. I.: i '.' 727 ly
D Un C A IV cfc C SIO C Si EXT,
SIIOl ON THE ESP L A N A D E,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be atln.led to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. . , "iWJ ly
J. H. WICKE,
C A K I iT E T" ifl AliERi::
ALAKBA STBBKV BKLOW TRB THRATRB. . .,
Furniture-made and repaired at reasonable prioes.- - 28 ly
koui:i:t lett, : I:
J3oot sxncl Jlioe Maker.
S Manufacturing and Repairing dope in a Workmanlike )
Hotel st, opposite the Veil Tower.- - ly
V 1 1,1,1 All VE1I1T,
KIiiS Street, opposite the Station House,
Particular attention given to norsc-shoeing. 746 6oi
DALTON 6c BL.AUVELT, -Saddle
mid' ElariieW jTlaker,
KINO STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trlmniin in all its
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 735 ly
J. A. BUR DICK,
Cooper & Gauger, Cooperage on Esplanade, j
HE IS PREPARED TO ATTEND
to all work in his line at his old stand on the Espla
nade, lie hoiK-s by aiU-ntiou to business to " erit a
continuance uf the patronage which he has heretofore enjoyed,
and for which he now returns his thanks. oV!9 ly
E. CJ. AIJDERIjE.Y,
SADDLE .5. HARNESS MAKER,
vVFort and Hotel Streets, Honolnln.
rr Carriaees Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Islnnd
OrJkmrm MK.xt to p.Mlr. - 1A:l lv
IMPORTER AND SaKCP ACTCREB OF
KINDS OF FURNITURE
Suitable to this market.
irr Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasaps of all de
scriptions made to order. "'
Before buying elsewhere call at 86 and 88 K I us street.
Wagon and Carriage Builder, 76 King St.
""V-T i .A , a waa stnit wtuu t 11
Also, psrticular at
tention given to- HLACKSMITHINU and
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to. 08 ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
727 Near the Drug Store of E. Streh r Co. . ' F
J. X. CIIAITER,
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH.
Shop oa the Esplanade, uear the Cas
tors. House, . . . .
Where he Is prepared to execute all orders
In his line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner
Horte-ehoeing done with neatness and dispatch. 711 ly
CUIVS, tRlJAS, GREAT OUAS !
A LAUGH ASSORTMENT OF . .
Single & double barrelled Shot Guns,
SUITABLE FOR TRADING PURPOSES.
RIFLES, PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES, rW
J. : : ; r .0KB and CAPS, .; .
And all kinds of Sporting Goods,
-At the-" ' '
LOCK AND GUN SHOP, Nw, 40 FORT ST.
ILL KINDS OF FIRE-AR2IS CLEANED &, REPAIRED
At reasonable terms.
i ; . BIltL.)
j. 029 2m,
Ships' Cabin Stoves,
rn r ? liar con I Eurnnce4!,
BEST 3-PLY JRIBBEB. HOSE. 'l j f.
Cast Iron Waahstands. Farmers' Cauldrons,
Cast Iron Sinks, Pooglsss Pnmps, No. 0 to
7 Japanned Tin for Signs, Marble Wash Baslas,
lid Plate,' Sheet Iron, - - -
Dixon's best Sieve Polish,
X" Z'S ft0 a.6Q aiay.'
Will also find every description of JAPANNED WARE, And
many other things useful in the Kitchen, at the Store of
J(NOTT 3t, CO.,.. T , .
PraCtlcal Braziers, Coppeirand Tinianithi,
Where they are ready to furnish Planters and others with every
oeaenptran 01 - - , - - T , t r
and Tin Work.
''tiT Work ori Bnildfn'gs, Gutters, Spoots,; Water-pipes, RooT
fing, or any thing in our line will be attended to with prompt
At Nat. 0 KastbisBBSiWisi Street;
CHAillPACNES, WINES !
; .... - ) AND 1 " - ;'
'2 CASKS RHINE WINE, ' t. i , . i s
4r Five Hogsheads Tennant'a Draught Ale, ' '
i tiro Hogsheads Hitchinson Draught Ale, '
Heidsick'a Champagne quarts and pints, warranted
. aUgot At Ca's Champagne, sjnarta and' pints, warrant-
,-,.ed genuine ..fi
Boinart Pere if Fils Champagne, quarts, warranted
; . . - . mi genoine- - . . l..t - f- j ' . . , .
Just Landed ahd For Sale bf -""
oS Sm n. HACKFKLD A Co.
.ff"4 T5 i
JOHN FREDERICK . KENYON,
MILITARY, XA 114 L AX1 C1VJL
.41 Hotel Street, Honolulu. , . ' .-. - ; -: cv ol ;
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manafactnrer, Importer aud Dealer in Furniture
.' Of Every Description.'
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; VI orkshop at the old
! ntaa.1. Hotel trel, near For, i ; ,'; .
N. B. Onters from other ial;nits promptly attended to. 742-ly
' ' i 1 . . 1 i i i i . . . i .
. JAS. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger,--at the Old Stand,
CORNER OF. KING AND BETHEL
StiveU. A lunre stk of OIL HOOKS and all
kinds of Conpering Materials constantly u hand.
.lie liiiea y alteuti.Ht to Implies to merit a continuance
of the patronage which l.e has hitherto enjoyed, and for which
he now returns bid tltatiks. . ; . , 1)5 6m
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
f I A S CO NST A NT LY ) HAND A D
For Sale at the Lowebt Market Prices, a Kood uwn
m?nt or ihu Best Refined Bar Iron, and the Best
Blacksmith s Coul.; . . - ;, j.n5 1y
j Hard Brcsd , Bakery & Coffee Saloon,
! rVHE UNDERSIGNED WILL CONTINUE
I 1 at the old btitnd. near the 15o.it Landing in Hilo. the busi
ness lately conducted by Sebastian 4r KaUer. 1
Fresh Brad and Cakes oj every description Daily,
And orders tiled on shortest notice.
COFFEE FROM 4 A. M., UNTIL IO P. M.
Arrangements are lieing made for lite manufacture f Hard
Bread. (744 6m) ' F. KAISER.
F. H. fit C. SECELKEN,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron "Workers,
xVnnaun Street, bet. Merchant and Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stovet., Lead lipr, OhIv. Iron Pile, Plain and Hose
libls. Mop Clicks. India Rubber Hose best 3-;ly in
lengths of 26 and SO fret, with Coupling and Pipe com.
Also, a very larre stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobliiug and Kepairnig dune to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular a I ten! ion given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, a d the Islands gen
erally, for their lilieral patronuge in the past, we hope by sti let
attention to Imslaess to merit the same for the future.
XT Orders from the other Islands will he carefully attended
to. 08 ly
LA ND SURVEYING!
WILL BK ATTKBDKD TO BT
C. J. LYOIiS.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO OLD
and conflicting Mirviys of Town Lota, also, to drawing
Plana and Translating Notes.
SZT Leave orders at Office of 8. B. DOLK.
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform the public that he is prepared to cast
and ttnUb all kinds of brass aod composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
Itr All kinds of shin aod plantation worV furnished on short
i O Constantly on hand, hose coupimps of the following.
sires: J, i. 1, 11, 2 and ii- Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAMK3 A. HOPPKR,
743 ly .
Carrinsre and SiffD Paiutiiir.
fMIB UNDERSIGNED II A VI NO PRO-
B cured the services bf a competent workman in the line of
Carriage and Sign Painting, is now prepared to carry on that
branch of trade in connection with his other business. Siuo
wriling, Gilding an S Ornamental Painting of every description
zecoted in the best manner, and on reasonable terms.
' ! . . . . 74 and 76 King Street, Honolulu.
No. 5 Merchant street, opposite Sailor's Home,
. IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
'-AI1AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
4 HOME-MADE FUBNITTJIIE
Which lie offers for safe at the lowest market prices.
' Consisting of
8eta of beat Black Walnut Parlor Furniture,
Soring back Easy Chairs, Lounges, Maltrasses.
7 Hiiir and Spring Mattrasses. Window Shades and Slip
Covers mule to order. Old Furniture re-upholstered, repaired
aud varnished with warranted satisfaction.
Call and examine my stock liefore purchasing elsewhere. .-'
All orders from Ship-masters and the other Islands will be
promptly attended to. 714 ly
JOHN N E ILL,
Machinist, has Kemoved to the Premises,
NO. 40 FORT STREET,
wt.n l will .t.lfnd til all nrdHra
LOCK. tO & GENERAL REPAIR LIXE
- .... 1
He will give special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating Sewrug Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description.
ALSO. OX HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A .Varietyi of Sewing Machines,
'-; Cans, Pistols, Shot, Anirannitlon,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ac.
' Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice. . .. . .
COLS ACKST IS THIS BISQDOM VOU
The Celebrated Florence Sewing'' Machines.
. : . . .. . n2T ly . .
V, IVJCiitixail , .. .
. -' i ''.' : . - i . : .1 - 1
: ' ' HARTFORD; CONN. 1
ORGAMZFJ) IN 1 816. CHARTER PERPETCAL.
PURELY MUTUAL COMPANY !
NsitBilerlBs; atrer 60,000 MemWrs.
Assets Jan. 1, 1870, over
Surplus, over $9,600,000,
Total Claims by Death, (paid to date,) Over
" , . $9,500,000. ;
Total Dividends, (paid to dale,) Over $3,000,000.
Current Dividend from Forty to Seventy per
. Cent.. ..
Current Income over. $10,000,000 per Annum.
Its Income from Interest alow More than Pays its
i i si i Claims by Death. i
t I ; !!. i i i v 't -.'i "II! it'
There being Bo stockholders Its Eorploi befotig exchisively
to the members, and is equitably -divided among tbens In
ANNUAL DIVIDENDS, which may be applied in redaction
of premioaas, or aaay be aocnaanlated at 1 me rest foe the benefit
of the Assured, or saay be -received by them in Cash.
Paid-up Policies are granted after two or more years Pre
miums have been paid, thus practically making : ... 1 ' '
AH TpUcies Non-Forfeiting.
It Isaacs Policies upon ail desirable plans of Insurance, and
has adopted ia its workings several SPECIAL FEATURES,
original with this Company aad esTescd by so other. -
LAST TEAR'S PROSPEROis BrSIXESS.
llCO Policies issol,iOTariQg about. .-$3900,000 00
Income received and accrued....... 9,064,043 08
During hs last fiscal year this Company paid in dividends to
the living and en the policies- of Ha deceased members. Two
Millions Two Hundred and Forty-Five Thooasnd Two Hundred
and Fifty-Two Dollars, and at tbe same time added more than
Five Millions Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars to its
--fey The whole record of this Company has beenoaaof prndent
Boaaagement aad prosperous advancement. - Among .the older
and Leading Life Insurance Companies lu average ratio of
expenses to income bas.tbsoagh its entire history, been the
lowest of any.
Farther information eonosrning this eld. aad reliable Com
pany grea by - - HENRY- M.- WHlTNEr, -Agent
for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
- Hoooiulo ctorier, 189. ol 8a
.WHOLE NO. 7G0.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KATES. The ciauiies iu the I'olicies of this Company are
specially advantageous- TlltU. il. DA V im, -
THE N0ETHEEN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issnes Fire and Life Pollfles "
M THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
JF Claims -or Loases settfed with promptitude.
ul2 ly TUtO. 11. DAVIES, Agent.
F. A. SCHAEFER, j
AGENT Brrissvai Beard Underwriters,
. Afiesit Drtsdea Boitrtl f L'ssslerwriters,
Ayi'ut Virnna ltonrd sf Cnderwriirrs,
Claims Ajpilust Iiiurnuce Companies within Ihc jurisdiction
of the above Uiuir.is of I mlt-rft rilers, will, hare lofm certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. 7IU ly
.1,1 i IIAMDURCiH-BItEMEN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rjIHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
ML Apiiciuu-d Agents of the above Company, ara prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Crick Duildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the otHce of
74ly - F. A. 8CI1AKFKB A CO.
NOETH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
' INSURANCE CO.,
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
.. ESTABUSUKD, ltiOO. ; .
CAPITA L.... ...48.000.000
Accunsulaied nd luvcaled Km stil, 2, 839.fi 18
FIMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A P
I POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire U)on favorable terms.
Risks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden iiuildlags,
and Merchandise stored therein, Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, limber. Coals, Ships in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. Ti ly ED. H JFF&CULAEiJER A CO
SAN FRANCISCO :
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Areu for the San Francisco Board of L'n
derwrite, comprising iha .;!.' . . .'! .i
Caliroraita lumrauce CoawBtnaiy, , , ,.
Merclsauta Muisial Marias iMawraareCa.
Paeifle I ataraacr Csmpasi, .
Caliroraia Llaya, nud ;
Haiue Mulaol luaainuce Coatpasf.
Beg leave to inform Matters of Vessels and thulillc rrn
emlly, thai all Losses ef Vessels aod Cargoes, insurtd by
either of the above Companies, agaiio't perils of the seas and
othtr risks, at or near the Sandwich Islands will have to be,
verified by them. i i i
oS am II. HACKFKLD A CO.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. '
T1HB UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
. Boston Board of Umlerwriters, notify Masteis of Vessels,
and others that all bills for Repairs on Vesstls, and all bills
for General Average purposes, must be aoproved by the Agent :
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed. ' ' 1
oS ly , C. UKKWEK A CO., Ageuts.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
JL above Company, have been authorised to Insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure, '
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice versa.
o ly . II. HACKFKLD A Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL, t8.000.000 I ?i QOLDt
rlHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
m to issue policies on Fire ttisks (with or without tbe aver
age clause), on Plantation Buildings and Machinery, private
Dwelling, Brick. Stone and Wooden Stores, Merchandise, Coals,
Lumber, Ships in Port, Ac, on tbe most favorable terms.
SZT A II laaaea adjusted aad paid far be re. .CO
For particulars apply at tlie office of
WALKER A ALLEN,
743 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
L I FEIN S U R AN C E CO .
CASH ASSETS, OVER $36,000,000!
Cash Dividends in 1808, -
The Largest , Life Insurance Company
in the World.
Premlans Ulsr be Paid Seral-Annnally or Qnarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
08 ly . . . , : - ' Agents fer the Hawaiian Islands.
MAKIXE IXSl ttASCE COMP'Y, OF SAN mAXCISCO.
TIIE : UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed agents for the above Company, beg leave te
inform the publie that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES ON '
CARGOES, FREIGHT aad TREASURE.
olsly . ...... , ... -( , WALKER A ALLEN.
S. COODFELLOV'S ,
Ice Gream Saloon
- ; ' AND' ' ' 1 :!-- "" '
.18 KING STREET, U. I,
PRIVATE FAMILIES AND
Supplied on the shortest notice and rtasonalA Una.
' SODA WATER, Ate.;
ICE Constantly on hand.
-- . el r ' --
fust Received ex lolania
; " '' UTAH'S . ' '
EIGHT CARD MATCHES I
And for sals by
CA8TLX A COORR.
The ITlcrcliant's Jlanuat,
CONTAINING THE HAWAIIAN TARIFF
aad Port Rega'ations, treaties with foreign power, aod
other useful information to foreign correspondent. Price 60
cents each. For sale by
! . ; . i. , . IT. M. WHIT5ET. t
fUST RECEIVED FX SCHB.. URANIA,
' from Tahiti,
200" SACKS SUPERIOR ARROWROOT !
Fifty Pounds each,
And Fifteen Casks of Rum.
For Sale Cheap la qpaatities to salt, ia or out uf Bond,
...aiai:l.t i j t . By THEOD. C. HECCK. ,'
Odccs (o Xct.
TWO VERY COOL AND PLEASANT
y.. t OiBees over Ue PoabOffice. If taken for a term of years,
a. hi will be let at a very moderate rent. Apply to v
o!8m II. M. WHITNET.
Lines ( Inen)......
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l.iiK I (2 liK-h-).. ..
LIdi (3 iochr)....
Lin-i (4 liirKef) ...
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1 60i S 00 4 00 ft 001
3 00 4 00 A 00 t 10 10 i
8 00 ft 00 T 60 10 00, 14 00
4 00 00 !( 00 10 00 Vt 0(1
6 00 10 M 14 00 18 00 AO OOi
8 00 12 0 16 00 -11 00 86 00
Win lie Column... .
12 00 18 00 24 OO.'IO 00 4ft 00
IS 00 SO 00 46 00 7ft iO 100 00
XT A.1rrtiMTf r?!ilin In . Mrn I'nllnl Putt.
My for Ihrir cattU hy oncU.finif Urrtnkatka l iilira
Mtr PmU(re fctBt for "eh niottnt lbTr vih ! J,
ml tlir carJ he JniwrUl a r aoe uhle, k lit Unit
X7- liuiioem Crl, wIhd "'' r""". !"
a ditoouot from thef rM, which are for traiiateiit aaerUe
mnlii wliifi miil orehnrirwl quuHerly.
A. S CLEGHORN,
A GENT FOR THE
WAIMFA TANS KB V,
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
IZ . II. ROY I).
Choicest Menu from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Veretables
- Ac. furnished to Jrdcr. TO) ly
KlNa STREET., HONOLULU. 740 ly "
M ESSRS. BORN HOLT As. f-7Jo
DL'NN, Hulrhers. Nuiniou trlreet, Laa
L next to Love's Steam II .k.-rr. are -ft
irei.ared to supply Itrrf. MnII.h, Veal and I.m h a.
at all hours, ou the most reasonable terms. A share uf pat
ronage solicited. , ol 3ns
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY RAWLINS At MITCHELL. THE PRO
prietors of the above Works are prepared to supply eus
tamers, and the publie in general, with the best iuallty VKLJ
LOW SOAP. Holt Soap always on hand. Tns ilwHsur I'aiOB
ram roa Soap Gbbasb. . . ui ly
Wnikapu Plantation, '
j . II. Cwrawell. Praprlsjiwr. .
SUGAR AND MOLASSES J -
a 71 ROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
M. lu lots 10 suit purchasers, apply to i
GEO. C. McLEAN, Agent.
Sug-nr nnd Molatse Crop 18T0,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN Q.UANTI
TIK8 to suit purchssers, by
730 0m WALKER k ALLEN, Agent.
UGAR AND MOLASSES CROP ISIO,
coming in, for sale in quantities to suit purchasers.
ol m liy WALKER A ALLAN, Agents.
II I LO , II. I.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.CROP COMING
in and (or sale in ouautUies to suit purehaseis by
ol 0m WALKER at ALLAN, Agents.
K A L I II I SOAP WORKS,
, , . . nv IV. II. IIUDDY.
mR PROPRIETOR OF THE AIIOVC
ML WORKS is prefiared to supply Customers aud Ui Pabllo
With the Rest Yellow Hoap.
CT SOFT SOAP always aa hand. ' - ol An
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS.
C W.GRAY CO., I.ELKO, OFFICE.
ho. 80 Fort Btreet, Honolulu, Mar.ufaelurrra and
Dealers In all kinds of goap. U" Beef, Mutton and Uoat Tal.
saw wanks. oS ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Ooat and Sheep Skint.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from tbe well-known
WAIAIKA TANNERY C. ItOTLBY,
By (7M ly) ' A. 8. CLEOI10RN, Agent.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor.,
PILOT. MEDIUmTsD NAVY Li READ,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Mater, Soda and S idler Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKErt. Ae.
8IIIPBREAD REDAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, mails of the Best Flour, baked dally and
always on band. ....
If. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO NOTIFY
the Pnblie that they have re-opened the above well know,
and popular Saloon, where will always be found an assortment
BEST WINES, LIQUORS. AND ALES !
that the market affords, and customers may be assored that
they will find an experienced bar-tender, and every attrnttoa
to their comforts. ....
The Billiard Boom, wtilfh Is the largest and coolest
in the elty, contains
THREE S VPERIOIl D1LL1A RD TA IJLES,
With all (tie Latest Improvement.
ol3m.. .' J.O. CLCNaY."6401-
CIItCULATIIYG I.iniCAUY !
; TERMS i .
ALL PERSONS TAKING OCT BOOKS
will be required to deposit the marked price of the Work
taken, as a guarantee against loss or mtsusage, which will be
loaned at the following rates
' ' ' For 10 so CO cent Books, cents ' '
Foe Hi to AO cent Books, 10 cents
. j. . For 00 aod 70 cent Books, 10 cents (
For $1.00 Books, 30 cents
For $1.60 Books, SO cents.
Seven to 10 days will he ulloxoed for each Book loaned,
i Persons preferring te beeoase CCmCBtBEBS, eao do so oa
payment la advaaee at AU.OO for one year, or '4.o
tot sis asonihs, so wheat ao time is limited tor works loaned.
Catalogue oat, and can be had oa application,
ol 8m , TH08. 0. TnRCM. '
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE!
' BT Tn rNDERSIONED,
PER A. P. JORDAN. FROM VICTORIA
V. I., sod per C1T X OF MKLBuL'Rfli B, frota Sydney.
Unarter easks MarUU's Brandy, , . .
. v Quarter cask Ileoneasy' Brandy, . ,
Quarter cask Jules Robin's Brandy, '
'. ' ' ' V Qaartsr easks Irish Whiskey,
Qaartor cask Danville's Whiskey, . ,
Quarter casks fin Sherry. , '
Hogsheads Rom, Hogshead Prestocs Russ. N
, -Alo, via Panama.' '
A Few Cases Choice Fancy Prints, '
-. . - ! .-. Pine Woolen Bhawls,.
. V. B-Orders fur JI Sswarlptlon of MevcsswtAwA easwtsteA
oo favorable terms ia England. Saa Francisco, or in the Asa-
trshan or New Zealand port.
W. L. GREEN.
Hcceived per Ac J. Ionc
A LARGE INVOICE OF CIGARS OF TUB
V1RIAT0, ' "
TIT TOT," '
' ' TstRZSA. "
' 1 . . .
ol Sm For Sals by
' -0RQ JUAH, '
FER LA SB fcOl AKtltXOa.
H. HACKFKLD At C.
Pianos For Sale. -
A . . ., ,
t OTSE FINE T-OCTAVE ROSEWOOO
YV T-r1 ST RIM WAT PIANO, with earvsd leg a very a
perior and rich-toned instrument. Prlee. t&OO. ,
One fin 7-ocUv rosewood 0R0VK9TEEN PIANO, earveA
legs, a vary saperlor instnwnant. Priea. S0OO, f to arriva.)
Also, all the Late Popnlsjr Piano XInsie.
sA For Pale by D. M. WHITNET.