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rnosa PTasi.a Alwatsis Abtaiicb.
iSuions from all parts of the Pacifle wiU always
, residing o tor part of the United States. ca
unt of subscription due for this paper In Ameri
asps. 3 PLAIN AND FANCY
AND JOB PRINTING.
SZAD3. VI3ITIJfa. Br3ISi33 AND ADDRESS
j.1 io th highest ityl of the art.
en I .lidso of the Prairie Belle.
co ! 1 cant ten wbu he lire,
f use be kn't Ue, you see
vays he's got oat of the habit
iria' like you and me.
piare you been for the last three year
, j you haven't heard folks tell
!m Bludso passed in his checks,
4 night of the Prairie Belle T
r truTt no saint them engineers
pretty 0uch alike
tpfe in Natchex-under-the-Hill,
:. i another one here in Pike. "
jCes man in his talk was Jim,
4 an awkward man in a row
kt. mnfet, J k- cCT Med,
;icon he never knowed how. 4
! iis was all the religion he had
' treat bis engine well t
i be pastel on the river ; -
: nind the Pilot's bell ;
t ever the Prairie Belle took Ore '
3usand times he swore,
. Isold ber nozzle agin the bank
i i the tat soul got ashore.
sd ber day come at last -
' -t Jloraatar was a better boat,
it the Belle she wouldn't be passed.
ao she come tearin along that night
.ne oldest craft on the line,
.k a nigger squat on ber safety valve
'ml her furnace crammed, rosin and pine.
lire bast out as she cleared the bar,
I nJ burnt a bole in the night ;
.1 quick as flash she turned, and made
for ibat wl'ler-bank on the right.
'.sge was running and cursing, but Jim yelled out.
Over all the Infernal roar.
una, Kokti, I
es. Pillow J
k. 8-4 dJ
tl'.l bold her nozzle agin the benk
k r . .
"fill the last galoot', got ashore.
a.utfh the hot, black breath of the bornin' boat
a Bludao's voice was beard,
4 they all had trust in his cussedneaa,
4 ad knowed be would keep his word. .
.'. jd, sure' you're born, they all got on
Afore the smoke stacks fell
a Bludw's ghost went up alone
Jn the smoke of the Prairie Belle.
, weren't no saint but at jadgment
"a ran my chance with Jim,
' tttgiiile some pious gentleman
fbat wouldn't shook hands with him.
. t tern bis duty, a dead sure thing
Aod went for It thar and then ;
.l Christ ain't a going to be too hard
bn a man that died for men.
. i Lome wears No. 5 bouts.
i.ething about women flounces.
: : 'iere a word io the English' language that
, a all the vowels? There is unquestionably.
- Wat An emporium philosopher says
:he waj to become round, is to eat square
'ti A lad once asked s gentleman what
. w s like. To this he replied : " Like your
.i.Jp's bottle of eul v ollo poisnot at tue
opening, but on being too much banded
t, it loses all its flaort and becomes insipidv"
:. cx. A lady in London got the idea into
jad that the devil was in her, and hung her
If women go to banging themselves for a
j thing like that, they are going to be scarce ;
fife who bad been lecturing her husband
ming home intoxicated, became incensed at
difference, and exclaimed, Jb, that I
wring tears of anguish from your eyes."
t bich the hardened wretch hiccupped, 'Tai
'taint no use, ole woman, to bo bo
s for water here ! '
tely at a dinner table in Massachusetts a
. eman remarked that A , who used to be
.u to sharp practice, was getting more cir
..jpect. Yes," replied Judge iioar, " he
reached the superlative of life. He began by
iiag to get on, then he sought to get honor,
1 aovr be is trying to get honest."
vi Arkansas editor apologizes for the thin
" of a late issue, by saying that all his time
Seen occupied in answering challenges and
: 3in2 for the duels and funerals, a number
f och matters naving accumuiaiea on nis nanus
I.'-anrw Ward Beecher savs: " It is not true
' that bad men are always unhappy ; indeed, from
n ttldf: peculiar orsanization they are frequently
i-frft calculated to enjoy themselves than some
. Jr." r)e most virtuous in the community. Keli-
st' .,n ha produced more misery than iy in the
' - " IT . - . . ' . -
jTll, if considered irom a mere aoctrinai point
An Irishman ensased in driving a donkey, was
; day at a los for the wherewithal to pay the
. A happy thought struck him. As he
i bed the bar he unyoked the donkey and
: aferred him to the cart dragging the cart
jelf containing the donkey. The keeper of
: bar . accosted him, demanding the , toll
; 'oil ! " says Pat. Bejabers, ax the driver.'
ack (who has been reading passages from the
! Jeocent of Man " to the wile whom be advres,
a loves to tease) So you see, Mary, baby is
i.eended from a hairy quadruped, with pointed
and a tail. We all are ! "
Mary tf Speak (or yourself. Jack! Vm not
ended from' anything of the kind, 1 beg to
, and baby takes after me. So, there ! "
litre is the most dog-goned affectionate sample
i amatory poetry that we have ever seen :
When old Carlo sits in Sally's chair,
Oh ! don't 1 wish that 1 were there !
When her (airy flngera pat his head.
OB ! don't I wish 'twas me Instead !
VV hen Sally's arms his neck imprison.
Oh ! don't I wish my neck was hia'n !
Whj Bally knars Carlo's Buse.
Oh don't 1 wish that 1 were those !
Forsyth, Ga., can claim the champion beat,
.nding himself badly off for bis regular invigo
,tor, be put a gallon of water in a two gallon
jmijohn, and presenting himself at the grocery
jked for a gallon of whiskey. It was duly en
bsed in the demijohn, but of course there was
trust and the liquor had to be returned. A
; illon was poured out and the beat went on his
t rT rejoicing in the possession of a gallon of
: Ood grog, lie turned up drunk an hour after.
t i Excxptioss. Mothers-in-law are usually the
e' abject of derision to Punch; but the old cynic
" i Jakes tne louowing exceptions :
HaoDT the man who, when he takes a bride
j EspouM her akoe, and none beaide ;
I And doth not find, as many hosbands do,
f That he had married her relations too.
I Let him that needs must wed select a wile
Whose parents, both, departed, hare this Ufa.
i Ber sols ref ard that he may comprehend.
i And prore the else friendless orphan's only Irieod.
What mortal ever yet the husband saw
; Blest in the mother he acquired by law I
Exceptions to all rules in time are bora
Long Ue thy mother-in-law, Lord of Lorn.
, A Kentucky Congressman went out riding
wun cis sweetneart, ana, in nis own words
We were Bearing a small skirt of woods, the
horses at their best speed. 1 had determined in
my own mind that when we reached a particular
rpot, I would pop ' the question, and so I did,
but, would you believe me? she said no. Just
Im the word escaped her lips I purposely ran the
sleieb over a stump. Out we went, she to cool
her person in the snow, and I to counteract the
damage she had given my affections. Her first
words after . getting back in the sleigh were
Excuse me, sir, I wished to tell you to notice
the stump.' "We often refer to the sleigh-ride,
bat to this day she believes it was an accident.
We live near the Indiana line a divorce is not
YOL. XV-NO. 47.1
FISOHEE & BOTH,
ERCIIAXT TAILORS. PORT STRF.ET,
opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolulu, H. I. alS ly
HYMAN & BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS, WHOl.KSALE AND RETAIL
Dry Goods, Clothing, Huts, Varnishing Goods, Ladies' and
. Genu Boots and Shoes, Yankee Nstioi.s, oC, 4c. .
Capt. Snow's Build-pg, No. 20 Merchant St., Honolulu. a3 ly
IMPORTER- A V O OK4I.PH ' IV BOOTS,
, Shoes, fine Clothing. FurnUbiQg Goods.
! Corner of Fort and Merchant St. a8 ly Honolulu, H. L
SHIP CHANDLER, DEALER I.V GEX
eral Merchandise, Island Produce, &c, and
Btbos's Bat, Hilo, Sisdwich Islasds.
Will keep eonstantly on hand ai extensire assortment or every
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Ulmid Produce.
CT Money advanced for Bills of Ktchange at reaaouable rates.
DEALER IS BOOTS. SHOES, DRV AND
Nunaou St., next door below Love's Bakery, Honolulu, H. I.
DEA I.ERIN GEVEKA I. M ERCHAXDISE,
Fure-Proof Store, Corner of Hotel aud Nuuauu Sts.,
Uoiiol.ilu, li. I.
Also Retail Establish bst on Nccasp Etbeet, abovc
ait the fire-proof Store. ly
S. B. DOLE,
4TTORXEV AT LAW. OFFICE OVER
Richardson's 3tor comer of Kort and Merchant Streets,
mil Honolulu. ly
J. R. KINNEY,
f 26 Sui
154 Nuuanu Avenue.
IMPORTER AM) DEALER IN GENERAL
Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots aud Shoes, and Gent's Furnishing
mil Nuuanu gt.. corr.er of Marine. Honolulu, H. I. ly
" A. W. PEIROE & CO.,
(Successors to C. L. lllchards it' Co.)
SHIP CII tXDLERS A XD CEXERALCOM
MISSION MEKfc'tlANfs. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Abbaham W. Pbjbcs. (Ja4 ly) I. B. PrrBao.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AXD WHOLESALE DEAL'
ers in Clothing. Boots, Shoe. Hats, Men's Furnishing and
fancy Goods. (n5 6m) No. 11 Kaahumanu St. Honolulu.
fJHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST. PICTURES
of all Styes takea and work guaranteed.
Fort Street, East side between King and Hotel. o29 ly
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORXEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LA W.
Oflice over the Post-Office, Honolulu. o29 0m
E. 0. HALL & SON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX HARD
WARE, Dry Goods, Paints. Oils, and General Merchandise.
o2s Corner Fort and King St. IT
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
EXERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
THOS. G. THRUM'S,
STATIONERY, CUTLER' AXD NEWS
Depot, and Circulating Library, (lae Ulacx Anld's
Stand.: Engraving, Caligraphy, Stencil Cuttintf, and Copying,
lo" lyd l" " Merchant Street. Honolulu.
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT, (ol ly) Honolulu, Oahu, U. I.
W. L. GREEN,
COMMISSION MERCHANT. F1RB-PROOF
Building, Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
A. S. CLEGHORN,
'M PORTER AND
. RETAIL DEALER IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts,
ol-ly Xnuann t., and corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
EALER IN WINES. SPIRITS. ALE AND
' DOWSETT & CO.,
LUMBER MERCHANTS AXD DEALERS
in BuilUing Materials of all kinds.
Corner Queen and Furt Streets, Honolulu. jaT ly
LEW ERS ii. DICKSOX.
Dealers la Lumber and Building Materials,
739 Fr Siren. ly
' II. E. McIXTVRE i BROTHER,
Greery, Feed Store and Oakery,
Corner of King and Fort Streets, Honolulu, H. I. 78 ly
' THOS. G. THRUM.
Stenell Cotter, Engraver, fopjlst and Callgrapher.
740 No. 19 Merchant street. Honolulu. ly
F. A. SCIIAEFER St CO.
Importers and Commission 3Ierehants,
HONOLULU, 73a ly HAW. ISLANDS.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
ComsmlssIoB Ierchant and General Shipping Agent,
739 IIews)lula. Oaks. ly
C. S. BARTOW,
Q,aeesi Street. sssr tw
E. HOFFMANN. M.U. '
Physician and Sargeon,
Craer Merchant and Kaahomann sts., near Postofflce. 70 ly
' EL. G DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
WUI Practice In all the Courts of the Kingdom, in both English
and Uswaiian languages.
744 Qf.cr (juttn Street, oppotU the Court Houit. ly
CHULAN fc BROTHER,
UBPOBTBU Or ABB PEALBM IX
Chlia Goods of all Descriptions, and la all klads of
Also, constantly on band, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
747 STREET, HOXQLULU. ly
J. M. WHIT NET, D. D. 8
Orrtca oteb Da. HorritAXX'a Daco Svoas,
CORSER OF KAJHUMJSU JXD MERCHANT STS.
' 747 Office hours from 9 A. at. tilH r. M. ' ly
D C. WATERMAN Ac CO..
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
Uie furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring f Freight
REFERENCES. . -.
Uesars.ISAACHowLAn,Ja. A CoM New Bedlbrd
i. C. H (skill fc Co., San Traaciae
- 739 ly
ALLEN At CUILLINOWORTH,
- . KawAlhae, Hawaii, ;
WM eonUnae the General Merchandise and
at the shove port, where they are prepared to furalaA
, the JaUy eeleorated Kawaihae Potatoes, and
such other recruits as are required '
' by whale ships, at the
shortest notice and on the most reasonable terma. ' '
HUMPHREYS & BROWN,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLES.. LE DEAL
ERS in Wines. Spirits, Ale and Porter, etc , etc.
myl3 Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I. ly
M. C. CHALLAMEL. ..A. B1XXS,
CHALLA22EL & CO.,
IMPORTERS A NI DEALERS IN WINES,
SPIRITS, ALES, c.
No. 8 Nnuanu Street, opposite Merchant Street,
n,y13 Honolulu, U. I. ly
L. L. TORBERT,
OEALER IX ALL KI.VDSOP BUILDING
Paints and Oil, Wall Paper, Window ard Picture Class,
Sash, Blinds, Doors, c, 4c
Ofmch No. 20 Esplabadb, (29 ly) Opposite Coubt nocsi
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
a29 Queen Street, Honolulu. IV
DILLINGHAM fe CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IV HARD.
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General
,29 No. 95 King Street, Honolulu. ly
McCOLGAN & JOHNSON,
111ERCIIAT TAILORS. FORT STREET,
iJ Honolulu, H. I., opposite Iheod. C. Heuck's. 22 ly
R. H. STANLEY.
ATTORXEV AXI COCXSELOR AT LA W.
Ot'FICE in Rhodes' Fire-proof Building, Kaahumanu
al5 Street, Honolulu. 2m
W. H. DAVIS & T. F. MARTIN,
ACCOITXT-NTS. &.C. LEGAL AXD OTHER
Documents drawn or engnwed. Merchant's and
Trader's Books opened, written up and balanced.
HAWAIIAN TRANSLATING AND INTERPRETING by
W. H. Davis.
OFFICE, Queen St , opposite the Court House. al5 Cm
edThoffschlaeger & co.,
IMPORTERS AXD COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. ml8 ly
GROCER AXD SHIP CHANDLER, LA
11 AIM A, MALI.
Money aud Recruits furnished to Ships on Favorable Terms.
m!8 ly -
THE0. H. DAVIES,
(Late Janion, Green & Co.;
IMPORTER AXD COMMISSION MER
CHANT. AGKNT FOB
Lloyds' and the Liverpool I'mlerwriters, Northern Assurance
Company, and British and Foreign Marine Insurance
mil Fire Proof Buildings, Kaahumanu and Queen Sts. ly
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GEN
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ja28 No. 80 King Street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
BOLLES- & CO..
SHIP CHAXDLKRS AXD COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers in Geoeral Merchandise, Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents Tor the KaunakaksL Mxuoalua and Kakaako Salt
j 28 Works. ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. OCT Benken's Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. E. Cob5ib or Fobt axd Mmchast Streets. Ja7 ly
J. S. Walkbb.
8. C. Allex.
WALKER & ALLEN,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. HONOLULU. H. I.
Hawaiian Packet Line, I Spencer's Plantation.
Princevtlle Plantation. Naalehu Plantation.
Onomea PlantaUon. Greenwell's Coffee.
Imperial Fire Insurance Company, London.
Merchant's Mutual aianne insurauce w, oau . """i".
E. P. ADAMS,
A UCTIOXEER AND COMMISSION MER-
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
1. 8. LATTOS.
JUDD & LAYTON,
GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS,
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu. dl F
C. F. NICHOLS, M. D.,
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN, CORNER
Fort and Merchant Streets. At Office, forenoon ifier 8 ;
3 to 0 P. M. House, 98 Beretania Street. " flm
GEO. T. SHIPLEY, M. D.
LATE SURGEON U. S. NAVY. CAN BE
consulted at his residence, on the lower corner of eort
and Chaplain Streets. dlu ly
AFONG & ACHUCK,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealersin General Merchandise. Fire-proof Store Nuua
nu Btreeta. iu 17
A. F. JUDD,
a TTORX E Y AN D CO U X S ELLO R AT? LA W.
Fort street, three doors below Merchant St. nli ly
JOHN S. McGEEW, M. D.,
1 ATE SURGEON U. S. ARM V. CAN BE
I A consulted at his residence on Hotel Street, bet" A1
fcea and Furt Sireeta. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO., .
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Fashiooable Clothing, Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes,
and erery variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods.
Store formerly occupied by W. A. A Id rich, Makee'a
nl2 Block, Queen Street. J
ONFECTIONER. NO. 49 HOTEL ST.,
next door to C. K. Wiillams, Honolulu. ""
C. BREWER St CO.
Commission and Shipping; Merchants,
743 Hslala. Osihsi II. I ly
. W. C. JONES,
Attorney at Law and Land Ijent.
Win practice in All the Courts of the Kingdom. He wil
attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai, Mam and Hawaii,
and riait either of those Islands on
74S Office near the Court House, : ., ly
D. N. FLITNER,
Continues hi old business In the fireproof building,
Chronometers rated by observations .f the 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 hand and for sale. T
CHUNG HOON, v
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Agent for the P.ukaa and Atuulu Sagjr Plantationlta
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer In Uawanan Produce,
Im New Stave Stare, XaaaaaSt., aelaw Kia.
733 1V- 1 "
S BAND AND FOR SALE. THE PLY"
mouth Collection oZ Hymns and runea.
.. H. M. WHITKBT.
PI AIOS ! PI AUTOS ! !
mWO OF THE BEST HALLET St. CUM-
" -Sal.by C.BKKWKKCO.
U. OAT,JI., W. O. WOOLStT. J. X. OAT, JB.
J. M. OAT & CO., .
Sail Makers, Old Custom Emse Fire-proof
On the 'Wharf, foot of Nuuanu Street.' Honolulu, H. I. "
XT All Orders in onr Line extcutrd with promptness and
dispatch, and Work Guaranteed u s:ive Satisfaction.
BBFEB BT FBBltSiloa TO :
A. J. Carlwright. Esq. C. Brewer ft Co.
A. W. Peirce 4- Co. C. A. W.lliams & Co.
H. II. Hackfeld ft Co. Wnlker h Allen.
Dowsett ft Co. Boles ft Co. a29
Cabinet Maker and Trench. Polisher
a 29 Hotel St., near th6 Drug Store of K. Strehc tr Co. ly
Eoct ani Shoe Maker,
KING STREET, next to Bethel Vestry, Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands. y
Horse Shocr, Fsirrier.
THE UXD ERS1G XED BEGS TO
notify his friends and tlie public generally,
that he has established l.imself in the above
business, at the well known stand, on
King Street, Direetly Opposite tlie Station noose,
where by prompt attention and good work, he hopes to merit
and reoeiva a share of public patratge
in2d3in E. B. BARPKR.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Xanana. Street, bet. MerfLant and Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, G:ilv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, rtap Cocks. India Rubber H -se best 3-ply in
.... . r oft .. Ai r..u uri.h PniinliniF and Piue cum.
ICIIULU9 Ul i. AUU I' v . , -. .... 1 r.
. i . .....i, . .f I'mfun. .if pvitv 1 1 . -v. r i n -
lion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention gireii to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, a-d the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we ho by sn ict
attention to business to merit the me for the ruture.
rr Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
THE L.I VAIXT SHOl' !
WHE UNDERSIGNED. AT THE OLD
STAND, Kauhumanu stree , begs to inform his friends
and the public generally, that he contiuues to carry ou the bus
Ship, Sign, Carriage and Ornamental
In all its branches. He has secured ihe services of a first-class
Sicn Puinter and Gilder, aud will execute all orders in Ins hue
with promptness, at low rates, and In as good style as any.
Thankful lor past favors, he hopes for a contiuuance of the same.
A. D. BOLSTLR.
Honolulu, April 8, 1S71. 8 3m
a Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to the GoviTiiuient 1 ard.
;S1 n.jor. ii..i nrShin Work nrouiDtlv attended to.
J BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
HO. 44 FORT ST., (LOWER DOOR)
m jy Opposite Lewers ft Dickson's.
J. T. CHAYTER,
Ship and General Blacksmith,
-"v ' Shop on tLe Esplanade, near the Cns
p&fe' Where he is prepared to execute 'all orders
tn his line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner
Horte-thoeing done with neatnet and dispatch, jail ly
HAS OPENED A NEW ESTAB-
gfejggj' lisbment and will give his atteution to
Carriage Trimming, Saddle and Harness
MAKING A.VD REPAIRING
In all Its branches. Every Description of Articles connected
with the Business constantly on hand, at
Moderate Prices. ;ive llim n Trial.
No. 83 King Street dIO 6m
UiC VIV X, CKOCIiETT,
SHOP ON TUB ESPLANADE,
where ail work from Ship r Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. d28 ly
P. D ALTON,
Saddle and Harness ITIakcr,
KINO STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming In all its'
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. '3d ly
J. A. BURDICK,
Cooper & Ganger, Cojperage'on Esplanade.
HE IS PREPARED TO ATTEND
to all work in his lir.eat bis old stand on the Kspla
narie. He bones bv attention to business to erit a
coutinuance of the patronage which he has heretofore enjoyed,
and for which be now returns hit thanks. Q'& ly
SADDLE 5t HABNESS MAKER,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Hanoi uIn.iSisii
ry Carriage Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to pioinptlj. 73 ly .
m. x. iMUvrvEiiaL,
IMPOBTIR ASDKASCrACTURIB OF
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable t this market.
HOT Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses or all de
lyl scriptions m:ide to order.
Before buying elsewhere caIU 86 and 88 Kins street.
1 THREE CTLINDtlCAL TANKS, 1-4lls
. inch plate. Capicity ofeach, 1,300 gallons.
Sot sale by the
bjos ' . H0S0LCLU IRON WORKS CO.
STONE -vs. WOOD.
FOR FIRE-PROOF BUILDINGS.
ATaATa SETTS OF IRON DOOR AND WIN
fZW UOW SHUTTKRS, with
Frames, Anchors, and Superior Locks.
Cellar Guttiujrs, Ventilators). Iras Vrraa-
. slab Saps's ace.,
AH earefally made to order. Knquire of
m25 3m ' CASTLK A COOKE.
S OJ CJ
Just HecciTed per Syren
' A SMALL LOT OT
FKESQ PliUO TOilACCO !
.-.-Ii; :: Of Superior Qaalitr.
" al5 2m For Sale at F. A. ECBAEIXR t CCS.
MAY 20. 1S71.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
3IILITARY, NAVAL AND CIVIL
King St., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolula. ol
M. BEN FIELD,
"Wagon and Carriage Builder, 74 and 76
Kinx Strrct. Ilsadulu.
CARRIAGES BVILT TO ORDER
Also, particular, attention given to Uie
REPAIRING OF PEIUCIS OF EVERY JiESCRIP
ElarksmithliiR and Kosc-Shoelns; Carriage, Slpn
and Orn omental Painting; Carriage Trimming. Ac, will
always be attended to in a manner to tfAR.
Orders from all parts of the Inlands promptly executed.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in Fnrnitnre
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Koom on Fort street ; Workshop at the old
stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 742-ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand,
CORNER OF KING A NO BETHEL
Streets. A lar'e stock of OIL SHO'JKd and all
kinds of Coopering Matepals constantly on hand.
Also, Shop on the Esplanade near the Custom House.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a continuance
of the patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which
he now returns his thanks. n5 6m
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A x D
For Sale at the lowet Market Prices, a Koort assort
ment or the Best Refined Bar Iron, and the Beat
Biacksinith-s Coal. n5 ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
snectfully inform the public that he is prepared to cast
Vj and finish all kinds of brass a ad composition work with
diKiiatch and at reasonable rates.
XT AH kiuds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
CT Constantly on hand, hose couplincs of the following,
sires: 4, i. 1, li, 2 and 2. Also, oil cups and gauge cocks.
JAJIKS A. HOPPER,
748 ly King street.
IVE J- O IWIST!
NO. 40 FORT STREET.
l.u uill ntiuixl tn nil itr.l.r
in tlie VI
LCCK, Cl Si. CEEKAL REPAIR LIKE
He will give specUl attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
elating Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description.
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Gnus, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, &c.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Kinder, and all other extra and
duplicate pans of Machines supplied on short notice,
rr Best Machine Ti-
LC AUEXT IS THIS KINGDOM FOa
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
Also, Ward's Qas Generating Lamps
OPEN TO ALL. EVERT DAI"
IN THE WEEK.
Honrs from 9 A. 31. to 10 P. 31.,
Up-ataire. its the Snilora Home.
The last Friday evening of each month reserved for the meet
ings of the Y. Ji. C. A. 08 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
GREY & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Leleo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef; Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Orders) Left nt Im Rlchardaoa'a Bssf and
Shoe Stare will meet with pranspt
Life Insurance Company
ORGAHZEU IX 1816. (HAUTE II PEEPETTAL.
A PURELY MUTUAL COMPANY!
Numbering srrr 00,000 Member.
Assets Jan. 1. 187oTover $27,500,000!
Surplus, over $9,00,000.
Total Claims by Death, paid to date,) Over
Total Dividends, paid to dale,) Over $8,000,000.
Current Dividend from Forty to Seventy per
Current Income, over $10,000,000 per Annum.
Its Income from Interest alone More than Pays its
Claims oy ueain.
There being no stockboiders its Surplus belongs exclusively
to the members, and is equitably divided among them to
ANKL'AL DIVIDENDS, which mar be applied in reduction
of premiums, or msy be accumulated at interest for the benefit
ot the Assured, or may be received by them in Cash.
Paid-up Policies are granted after two or more years rre-
miums have been paid, thus practically making
All Policies Non-Forfeiting.
It issues Policies unon all desirable plans of Insurance, and
has adopted in its workings several SPECIAL FEATURES,
original with this Company and offered by no other.
LIST YEAR'S PR0SPEB01S BCSI5ESS.
11,060 Policies Issued, insuring about $39,000,000 00
Income received and accrued.................. 0,064,063 3
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 and Forty-Five Thousand Two Hundred
and Fifty-Two Dollars, and at the same time added more than
Five Millions Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars to It
XT The whole record of this Company has been one of prudent
management and prosperous advancement- Among the older
and Leading Life Insurance Companies its average ratio of
expenses to income has, through Its entire history, been the
lowest of any.
Further information concerning this old and reliable Com
pany given by HENRY M. WHITNEV,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
nonolalo. October, 1869. Ja7 8m
NEW MAP OP THE
Hawaiian Islands and North Pacific.
JUST RECEIVED, A MAP OF THE Ha
waiian Islands and Islands Northwest of this Group as far
as Midway Island, with all the Reefs, Ac Issued by tit
Hydro graphic Bureau, Washington, and for sale by
ja7 3m H. M WHITSIY.
nVIIOI.E NO. 782.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDO.V AND EDINIIURGII.
CA PITA L 2.000.000
Arcuiawlatesl Mid luvratrd Fend. 2,838.118
raHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ItEEV A P
B ruINTKD AUKNTSIor the 8audwich IsU kU. and are
authorisetl :o Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Kisks taken in any prt of the Islands on Wooden Kulldlngs,
and Merchsudis uli.red thereiu, Dwelling Houses nud Kurnl
lure, I'iniher, Coals. Bhips in hrlMir with or .about cargora or
under repair. a8 ly KD. UJt FoCHLAKOKK A CO.
TUB UltlTISH AXD FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KATKd. The clauses ui the folicics of this Couipany are
specially alvanUgcous TlltU. 11. DAVltS.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
bsues lire and Life Pollt-ifs
rjjX THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL.
ww iiaims -or trusses sellleu with promptitua-.
nl2 ly THKO. 11. DAVIK3, Agent.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A GENT Brriura lisard of I'nilerwrilrrs,
Agenl Dresden Rsnrd of I'ailrrwritrrs,
Agral Viennn Ranrd sf I'udrrwrllrr..
Claims against Insurance Companies within the Jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will have to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. &M ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
M Appointed Agents of the abovo Company , are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most lavorable terms.
For particulars apply at the olHce of
74a ly F. A. &C1IAKFF.R A CO.
BOSTON BOAED OF UNDERWRITERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
Boston Board of Underwriters, nctifv Masters of Vessels
and others that all biU for Repairs on Vessels, and all bills
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
ail surveys, or such bills will not be allowml.
os ly C. BttEWKK. CO., Agents.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
TUIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
. above Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice vena.
08 ly H. HACKlftlD A Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
. OF LONDON.
CAPITAL. S8.000.000 IN GOLDS
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
. to issue policies on Fire Kisks (with or without the aver
age clause), on Plantation Buildings and Machinery, Private
Dwelling. Brirk. Stone and Wooden Stores, Merchandise, Coals,
Lumber, Ships in Port, Sc., on the most favorable tenns.
CT All loiara nrijuafed and paid for hcre.XO
For particulars apply at the office of
743 ly ' AgentytEeIiaw-HaiiTsTands.
IIV liOIVA, HAWAII.
THE SOUTHERLY HALF OF fcJ-
the LAND OF KKALAKKKUA, together with J3
about 230 II end fCalllr. This Land
borders on the fine harbor of Kealakekua Bay, and extends
from the sea up the mountain through the woods, comprising
4.000 A crew, with every variety of climate. Nearly all
tropical and northern fruits and vegetables grow to perfection,
and the place is suitable for the culture of (sugar Cane, Coffee
and Oranges. The salubrity of the climate near the Bay is uo
snrpassed, and it Is especially beneficial to those having throat
or lung disease. The upier portion of the land is well wooded
with heavy Koa and Ohia timber. At the beach is a Cocoannt
Grove of 300 trees, and a Fish Pond. There Is a good Dwelling
House, a t intern of 600 barrels capacity, and a Garden with
Fruit and Ornamental Trees.
For further particulars apply to
a8 WALKER Ax ALLEN.
Living Yet, and has been Living
Honolnln the Last Fourteen Years t
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
UONOfjUL.U SOAP WOK Ii5 !
Rawlins & Mitchell Manufacturers
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS !
Buyers of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow!
Asid all klads r Soap Crease.
We have received ex late arrivals from the United Btatrs and
Europe supplies of the
Best MaterUls la sr Line for Minnfiftorlig
And will eobtinae to be In receipt or fresh supplies by stesm
and sailing vessels, we are prepared to give satisfaction to all
Dealers and Consumers of onr Speciality
Who will favor us with their trsde.
A". Ii. All Orders left at Uie Store of 31. Mclnerny,
Importer and Dealer In Boots snd Shoes, N. E. Corner -of
Fort and Merchant Streets, will be thank
fully received and promptly
RAWLINS Ac MITCHELL,
Practical Soup Bailers,
jala ly Leloo, King BU, Ilouotulu.
JUST RECEIVED !
Hawaiian Bark Ka Moi,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
HOSIERY, FAIYCYT GOODS,
LIQUORS, WINES, ALE, &c, &c.
Samples art now ready for inspection at ths Start of
f25 M. HACKFELD V CO.
8 00 4 00
4 00 I 00
6 00 T AO
1 60 10 00
6 Llne (t Inch)
12 Lines (1 Inch)
24 Lines (i Inches)....
3S Lines (3 Inches). . . .
43 Lines (4 inches)....
i Column... ....1...
fl 00 10 OO 1 00
10 00 14 00 18 00
12 00 IS 00 23 00
18 SO 24 00 SO 00
SO 00.4& 00 76 00
I trr Advertisers rwidins: In the Kaatern I nitd Stales, a
pay for their cards by enclosing Greenback or I'nUed
states Pnotare Stamps for such amount as they wish to ay,
and their cards will be Inserted as per above table, tcr the im
paid for. -
srr Business Cards, when rretaid for m wear, are al ared
a discount from these rates, which are for transient advf tHr'(
m-;its when paid or charged quarterly. ... -
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKF.T.
E. II. DOYD.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
c., furnished to order. isU ly
rccne nnnvunf .Tl
IH. NX, Butcners. nuuanu piren,
next to Love's titesm Hakery, are
Drvitared tw supply Krrf. Mslles, Vral snd Uaiki
at all hours, on the most reaeouable terms. A share of pal.
rouage solicited. ii bus
Tti Uodrlgned hereby give notice that from Snd after
March 1st, 1871, they are lire-pared to
Furnish their Customers, and the Public
generally with the
CHOICEST MEATS at O CENTS
C. B0RN1I0LT a CO.
A. S. CLEGHORN,
AGENT FUR THE
WAIMEA TAN N KEY.
745 ly Hawaii.
KING STREET, HONOLULU. 740 ly
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION!
For Hale bv
C. UKKWFIt A Co., Agents.
CROP OP 1 8 T 1
C. ItKKWEK Co..
For Bale by
SUGAR A fili MOLARSF.8 CROP 1810.
coming in, for sale in quantities to suit I'Urchaaers,
al otn By WALK KM 4LUN, AgeuU.
IIILO, II . I .
UGAR AND MOl ASSES, CROP COMING
A In and for aale in uuautitirs to auit purchasers by
al out WALK Kit a ALLEN, Agents
CROP OP 1811 SUGAR St MOLASSES,
al 3m For bale by C. UKKWAH 4r Co., Agents.
II. Carawrll, Praprletwr.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
In lots to suit purchasers. A puly to
748 ly GEO. 0. McLKAW, Agent.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 1870
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
Tina to suit purchasers, by
d28 6m WALKKR ALLEN, Agent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR MALE,
from the well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. NOT LEY,
By (al ly) A. 8. CLKOIIORM, Agent. ,
HONOLULU STEAM DAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIDmTnD NAVV BREAD,
always on hand snd made to order.
Also, "Water, tkxla and Butter Orackert,
JKNRF LLND CAKEH. Ac
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on ths shortest notloe.
FAMILT BREAD, msds of ths Best Flour, baked dally and
always on band.
N. B-BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST CUALITT
For Sale, Two IIcgaiit
ROSEWOOD COTTAGE PIANOS !
M A N V FA C T U R E D U V T.N. C
I f"f)rn Meyer at Hamburg, S strings, S octavs, of a full
aud orilliant Una.
2 LAKGK IKOIV SAFI2S,
Burglar sod Firs Proof, for exam I nation at ths Mors of
flS THEOO. C. HEUCK'S, Fort Bl.
THE HONOLULU 1R0S WORKS (0.
MAKE ALL KINDS OF
JJACIIINERV, STEAM ENGINE,
SU0AB MILLS, WIND MILLS,
VACLXM FANS, CLAKIFIEK8,
TANKS, eMOKS STACKS
And All Kindt Heavy Sheet Iron Work.
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD
Mads Io Order, sod particular attention paid to
Anthracite, Cumberland & Soft Coal
On Band and for Sals. Also,
Valves, Cocks, and Braas Work of all kinds.
Centrifugal Wire Cloths, of vsriois meshes.
Flag Pasklng, Euhber Packing and Belting.
Piping, Elbows, Tees, Bends, Nipples, io.
Steam and water gauges.
Boiler tubing, variuoa sixes.
Shafting, Bar, Plats and Angls Iron,
Pig iron for ballast, Scrap Iron,
Nuts, Bolts, Washers, Rivets,
Eire Clay, and a full Assortment of Steel
NEW & SEC017D HAND HACHH1ERY,
1 Tank Jules Pump,
Perforated Brass Plates for Centrifugals,
1 Small sised Sugar Mill,
1 Small sised Sugar Mill for eattls power, second band,
1 Horizontal Steasa Koglns, 10x11, second hand,
tTurMns Wheels for running ccBtrUggals 'life M fast
bead of water,
1 Boiling down apparatus for tallow,
1 Upright Boiler, 6 horse power,
1 Basil Tabular Boiler, 3 boras power.
'N. D.'-Sawlngand Wood Work
KXKCCTD TO ORt'KE,
For which ths Works bars unusual facilities.
s7 ' ALEXANDER Y0UKQ, Manager.
The JUercIiant's ftZatiiial,
CONTAINING THE HAWAIIAN TARIFF,
and Port Regu'atloos, treaties with foreign powers and
other useful Informatlua to foreign orrcspondenUi. Prlos M
cents each. For sals by
ol9 D. M. WHIT3FT.