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lvr Lindeul-er. r, J". rairic.
a. W. T. Cuia Co.,
icu, Uakcr Co.
Yt aiser -1 Allen.
K.4NT Mill"', i
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C0R3ITT 5c HACLEAY,
lorttrs, Yhulcsalo Ciruccrs and
?crs and Dealers of Oregon Produce, j
Oilice to Cislilaraia Mreet.
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FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
4)i!i- ti fouiuiio" Merchants,
itt of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
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EHIDGS, WA D II A 51 S & CO..
'holcsulu O i-o o o i- si
warding and Commission HercaanU,
II. W. SKVEIMaM'U & to.t
leral Shipping & Conimission
E It C II A N TS,
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LEVEKIDUE, EVEHETT & CO..
JIS lituNX :Iitt.k.r, COii.NtR CO.UiltHCIAL,
SAN Kit A.N CISCO.
- uuUuu k'ai I l" "MiigiCiH.t ol JsiouJ FroJuce.
. IKEE 2J0TI0NS, FANCY GOODS,
Mil. I. IN Kit V GOODS,
. te Goods, Peifamery, Pocket Cntlery,
UusIfcilY, Ztl'ilVU WOOL, ic, ic.
- i Vl.(i Ii.K-Sllt:.T I1UVERS IN" THE
. jJ in tu.uuc, ul U.ii. Iu tlirect cotuumiiicaiiuu
he niAiiufai-lurci, e are n.intd tu ft Oowla uu the
ul tu atii a4xr.hi.a'.
( Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
CMt, iii e invite l he
: tial aitteutioa of Honolulu Mercliauts
to an tridiu.uliua of lite 34U.O.
. ualar aueuuua gtcu la Orjpr.
TOtlN, DAVIsoON & CO.
Corner cutler A aa.ou.e treet,
Suu Kraucix:, C a 1 a .
J. C. ME1.H1LL Co.,
.i. nisiion Merchants and Auctioneers,
2t auJ 'JJ6 Califuruia Strett,
i it ix Fra ncisco.
ALs J, AUk.Nt5 Olr TI1K
S-i Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
a.-tiralar4ttuLion un to the aal aad purchase ol met
nJiie, tlwp bvLi.acii, tan l .nii wtaicshipa, DeouaUa
r A U .'rt.-:it ..rru'.r. a; ?i f raaciMo, by or to th Ho
Liai o( l'at;j,..i ic f-i waxieU rim or coMMi&stoa.
XJT kth4ii,;i "t ll'-uoiaiu bought aaJ SoIJ. X
rm. C U. Uf h.kt '.i A Co ......Honolula
II. Ilaiifr.l A C
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Suld h all I;-.-r, trrounoit ne WoriJ.
liCA A: 1KRU1AS'
4iEClV.AR.EL UV CO.X.XOISSEURS
TO fig TUB
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CAI'TION AGAINST FRAUD.
Im 3: sa of mo4 Jcl.ciouj aaj nariTailed CooUiaKOt
hv -n icj er. o deatkr to app; tho Dame of Vorca
'tuj. vuce' u Uveir cm iuicrior cocapotuula, the Public l
. rised lLm tiu ixHj vaj to aecure the geuuiite, U to
..b.a i'OR LEA & PERRIKS' SAUCE,
4 . m Uuat their -j are uoa the wrapper, label,
4 .,14 r 1 bottle.
.- .. ; tha fore. sa marSteU hariag beea supplinl with
"orccatcrxLure sauce, npoa the vra4per aad labeia of
r . i . tamo of Lea aod Porr.n have bteu forKeJ, L. and
V. . . ic3 thai the Lave farnUbetl their corrrapoudenta
4 r of aUorucjr to take inaoauL roceJiaK sgaioat
i. - . "era and Vetuior of tiuh, or Ac other unilation
. -y .t-i. feeix risiit may le infnsiiied.
a . r tA i'taitiNS' SALCK and e Name on Wrap,
per. LaW, Pottle, aad Stopper.
- 41 for xport bf the Prui-rietore. Worcester
t . blatiweii, LobJuu, t&, fcc-i axid tj Grocer and
j j, - . seraai!;.
. li TUEO. H. DAVLK&, Agent. Honolulu.
!e w i Hawaiian Publications !
A I M PSISOP HAWAIIAN GRAMMAR..
f. It. AuusCkl, laie J'rtnulnl of Oaiiu College,
i t -i d edition, revised and enlarged. Price7&Cr.
F.Ni: -. AND HAWAIIAN I'll RASE BOOK. By Rer.
; fcaop. Mcocd e.liViOTi, revised aud enlarged.
t'- Me 7 9 Cm la.
7 t - - . ona of these vaioahie and indisyensabie hand
'rw . .-. been iaud, and are ready for ale early next
aeraoa who baa occasion to c.xiver.e with Ha-
' - -- - lid be withoQt one cr boih of tlisc publtcabot.5.
a -"3 u &r
" ' 'li Ail a j.u V'i':. i :;. a:.-i :o ..f :i j
r K If . en 1!.' i aU i a le. j
l -ji .M-cr is. I hi. . . I
j aok.nts for tub
f nnaie oiuamcr auu
,.M)tll) CA I.L CUE ATTENTION OF
W MaiTieis M. Fel-rs. Ur..rs. Krii.rH, anU utU-rs,
JllT. ITlCABLKM r.AhK AND bOlLKrlor
General Heating, Cocking and Steaming
JT Send tvr illustrated circular.
A L O . O X II A X I)
j. ILartjo Assortment oi
Second to none in the Market.
ULVAMZBUTIBS AND BUCKETS,
KuUer ll(e, 1 i, 3-4 ii.th,
iujr.or JaUauizeU ChMOibtr Pfcils,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF TIN WAKE.
Cm Tio l'lte, J. '- 1:4 tu " "'
S Ueit Iron, Mack auJ I'uWauiitil,
ti.ct.1 topper, l.vct mc,
Iruu u.l C-vl Tatks, Spelter.
" DAILY EXPECT TO RECEIVE
aKIfc MI01. AXI,"
Many Articles iu their Line use
ful to Housekeepers!
Such a Toilet Sets, Lunch Boxea, ?ylabub Churns,
i,.cc lioxe I i.d Ca.i.stcri, Tea Sttei.cia,
C'hiUlreu'a Tray. Zjiic Wah bourda,
j llain lU..lt-r4, I'luin and ai .y 1'ulL.cS,
Nv-kta Cake aud J-o0r loxcS,
Truuka, Mul .vw:4 I ixui,
Steak lian.mcr, Kus'e iloxes,
Cruuib Pana l-.ruj.ln. 4, Wire Cover, Kittl.cu Kuiveis
hraa Wire aud Hair lour drives,
Atove, Iut and Scrub ilruliii, Jcl.'y aud Omelet Paua,
Woal llai.aie l'rew. vc Simmiu.
Grid Iruiii, Jeiiy MouUta. Eg Slicera, and
Many Other Articles in the Above Line !
lei Ceylon Aext ilfionlli
Ship' HUtI Schoouers' Cabuose,
liuutcr's 1'iih: V icea,
II. aud 1'L.iu H.i.U Cowks. roub aad Hi.Uht-d, ail sizes.
Kubber I lose, Hose Nuiici at.d pru.kltri,
Catt Iron Bath l ob.
Ualvau:a..d fitting for Water P4c3,
TiD Mi.itll's olid I'uucUrii and Mdlicls,
bveucil Plate Braa, Tinned aud Black Rivets
ALL OF WHICH VK OFFEll LOW
Orders from the Other Islands will meet
with prompt attention,
And it. V tilts IowowL ItatcH!
THE VALUABLE PROPERTY
THE TOBEY SUGAR PLANTATION
Koloa Farina Manufactory!
S1TIATEU In KOLO.l, ISLAND of Kilil.
Together with all the
LEASES OF LANDS,
Sec., Ace, &c.t SiC-
A3 PLK. VOLLOVVINQ 8PKCI V1CATION,
OXK DWELLING HOTSE, 3(ixl 8,
with 3 Sleeping Kovtns, Sitting Kooto, Kating Room,
ONE KRAME 1IOLSK.
21x16, Coolaiuiiiii KitclMsu, Bed Kooui aud store Koow.
I Fnuu Ub, 20x12, a Spare Sleeping Ilovse.
Sox Id, Set of Carpeutci-'s Tools, and Set of Cooper1. Tools.
1 Frame House, with Carriage Hooni and
Uairj. auU 44 11 Ike appliance for
0b Blatksoiith bUj and Tools,
One Frame Cart IIiium;, 3bxl8,
Three Frame Aatlve Ilttoses,
Three Craa Iloases.
Oae Frame Boiling Rouse, 60x30.
With I raia af Keliles cule(e,
Clarifier, new orguutu l'au, (never been used), 4 Try Pol.
One Store House at the Beach, framed,
Frame Swelling House at the Beach,
Cotuaiuiug Silting llovia, 2 sieepiug Booms, aad Oifice.
ONK FRAME MILL HOUSE, 40x30, FOR.
GriodiDg Manioc and maoufacturinc Farina, with ever j
thiug cuuipietc ( W ater-wcecl to drive the Mill.
ONE FRAME ItAKE HOUSE. 24x16. FOR
al ry tog and Busking Tapioca and Fariua, with 10 acres o
Manioc in the ground read J tut riu.uig.
ONE FRAME SAW HOUSE. 24x12.
One Turbine Wheel.
Three Circular Saws, in god order,
Teu Hiding llorsca, i cmr Mai-ea, 1 Entire ilorse,
Oue Carriage liorse and liarnesa,
ix Muiea, One Male Cart and
"Thirty Yoke of Working Oxen, with
Yokes aad Chains,
Fourteen Ox Carts, 6 of them new.
Two Low W heel Stone Cans, One Ox Wagon, new,
Suades, thorel, l'icit.axe.
Felling Axe. Hoes. Crowbars,
Two Cultivators, One Harrow,
ieveu flows, about
1000 HEAD OF CATTLE !
1 Retail Store, 24x14.
ABOUT 400 ACRES OF LAND, surrounded
with stone wail, for cultivation.
Fear Stone Bullock Peas.
Thirty Acre, of lUttooa Sugar Cane,
o '.-Miner jjtu.axs, t'-ims cl Ca.e, &c,
AfVlj to GKt. CiiAKMAN.
;.- u'lwt. tvani...
I'll A1S Kl.
"r Y K
'Ihe ' Polynesian slave trade" i9 occupying
tbs stttentiou'of the Aboiigiucd Protection Socie
The treanury building at Washington, the
larjjfcot and m-t exijcuwve granite buildiug iu
AiiTcrica, ixt 5vO,70U,UOO.
A black man and white wuuiuii.
ritd in Georgia, have been Li.eU 5jl ,i)UU lor iu.h
' cteiatioii,"'ai.d, in default ut imyiueiit, sent to
I jail lor mx niouthn.
i Petroleum, it is stated, ia now bein obtained
: ..r v:.rii.im tHjinU in O'eriuauv, and one-rations ou
i an extensive bcale liuve been undertaken n bore j
! at uuucual dci.tlia tor this valuable mineral oil. j
' Slavery is probably doomed iu Itiazil. The
eiiianeiatioa bill in a irouiiiient topic ot d'weutt
: cion. It hati already jited to ith tee.ii id rending
j iu the lloube of Deputies.
i The cufctom of i.uttint; on black for a deceabed
fritud has lately received a blow, from the gener
al adoption of biaek toilette for street wear,
which renders it leoo distinctive. In fact, unlet
crar.6 n worn, black is no longer eouBideieU
There is a difference of lifty per cent. letweeu
the male and female j.opulatkii of -New Zealand,
which the Colonial authorities endeavor to count
erbalance by offering free parages to (ireat lirit
aiu to all tingle young women of good character.
The San Francisco Call publishes a litt of the
wealthy men of that city. Fifty-one millionaires,
with fortunes ranging from one million to ten
millions of dollars; ten worth three-quarters of
a million, and Msty-ono have half a million and
The largest landholders iu California are the
members of the (ireat Central Southern Pacitic
l:ilr.m,l .'Him. ration. It is said that were tho
I Company land divided, it would give them some-
ri.imr itfi two minion acies at'iece; auu in nuur
t - rt . .
tioirto their Comirttny land, most of the individu-
i ....... i... -..,...;. Wul.i.i n-H4-t4t iii tlu-ir own
The Ixjudon Laictt. replying to attacks on
I Queen Victoria, based on her absence from even
; ing entertainments, and on her brief rcnidence in
! I.iuh.n. tuiikes the ftuiemeiit that the Queen is
j not physically capable of bearing the effects of;
j crowded or ovtrhcated rooms, or of prolonged res- j
idence in London.
At llcrlin, the t-cheme for a canal to unite the
Lialtic aud the North iSca is now under more se-
rious consideration than ever. " The cutting,"
tays one of the papers, " across a plateau two or t
three miles wide, and of which the highest eleva- 1
tiou is not more than sixty-eight feet, cannot J
present any feci ious diiiiculty." ;
The proposed new constitution of Nebraska ;
takes two or tliree stei s in advance. It ectab- :
' lishes compulsory education, a la Prusse ; gives
I power to towns to prohibit the liquor truiiic, and
i jcrmits females to vote. If the latter clause be
tiJ.tiited there will be a Huuallini amoii the loj
cabinn that will urowu the war whoops of the '
' savuges. j
j A new and timely toy has been invented by au j
! ingenious mc-chunio of New York city. It is a
miniature steamboat, the machiuery of which, on j
! being wound up, explodes by means ol a spring,
j scattering tui tions of the boat, aud the little men,
; women and children, by which it id occupied, in
every direction. The object of this pleasing toy
: is to familliarue children early with the coutin-
encics ol steam Dual travel.
surrounding it, urtMiping low on tnc napo 01 uie
j neck A coronet of hair w to take the place of
, tne Pompadour roi , and Horn benea b tha coro-
; net ig.. .curls anu li.zettes are to la 1 on the lore-
j head, lour long cu, s, wo on each side, are to
' liiaid or cable. The temple hair is ti be braided
i hi"h and smooth.
l. : .t.i 4L.t - vci tain occiimou iienry V ard
i licecher preached a serman ou the injustice of
; obliging men to work on Sunday. The next day,
! while ridiug down to Tulton Terry, he entered iu- j
to conversation with a car driver, and asked if he j
i did not think some plan might be adopted to dis- ,
1 pense with the need of running the cars nil day
; Sunday. The driver, in ignoranco of his inter- J
j rogatiug friend, made a frank reply : 44 Yes, sir, ;
i 1 think there might. But there is no hope of it ,
I so long as they keep that lioecher theater open m ,
Jsrooklyu. Ihe cars have to run to accommodate
I A party of gentlemen in a liquor saloon, dis-
puting over the question whether the American
system of treating or the European system of not
1 treating was preferable, couldn't settle the mat
j ter by talking, and so they went to work testing
l it by practice. First each mau took a drink by
j himself. Then each mau invited a single friend
I to drink. After that each single friend returned
! the compliment. And finally each man in the
arty there were six oi them asked all the rest j
i to drink. When all that was accoiiipliohed, not j
j a soul iu the room could tell where the discussion ;
I originated, or wnai it was auout
inons. when all other ef- !
i il, the Sneaker threatens i
la the House of Com
j forts to j -reserve order i
1 to name a member.
Then profound stillness per- ,
i vades the chamber, and " the subsciiuent proceed
j ing- are atmosphered in awful solemnity. Such
i i the c fleet on the iSritioh mind of the Speaker's
simple threat to name a member. What would
I happen if the Speaker actually should name a
I member the F.ritish mind has never yet developed
suthcient lortitude to consider. Y fiat is accom
plished in the English Parliament by this fear
ful threat is accomplished in the French Assembly
by " the l'reoidcnt putting on his hat." This
process lias a curiously soothing influence on the '
(iallic tcmer. The President tried it on the ;
other day and a tempestuous tumult was succeed- j
ed by a sudden calm. The Presidential hat as- i
sumption seems to have on a French mob the ef-
feet that the reading of the riot act does not have )
on other mobs. j
The article " Politics of Women," in the Au- :
gust number of LtpyiiuuU, has this : The best j
bred men in Anie. ica are the officers of the regu- ,
lar army and navy. They have beeu taught to j
look up, to revereuce authority, and to be respect
ful. It never leaves them; they become -tlie
most dignified and most simple men iu the com
munity. Our Chief Magistrate is a very con- i
spicuous example of this, l.red a soldier, raised
by a most extraordinary series of eveuts to our
republican throne, and having to contend with an
invincible shyness, it is only fair to say that our
TTesiuent has the iet manners in the world.
Never too cordial, always sufficiently so. never t
forgetting his station, and yet never obtruding it, !
it would be difficult to find a man who has com- j
uiuieu lewer solecisms, or wuo nas niaue more
people happy by his unaffected and simple greet
ing than President Grant; and yet he is a man
' who has probably never thought twice on theeub-
i ject of his life. Hie manners are the outcropping j
i of a training in a school which has produced the j
I perfection of manners. j
The reason eiveo for takinz the State Deoart- I
merit agency in London from Baring Brothers is j
that that liouoc had incurred the displeasure of
our authorities at various timed. For fifty jears
past they have had constant use of the cash bal
ance, amounting to $5U,000, worth three to four
per cent. During the late war their conduct to
wards the United States was very reprehensible.
During one quarter iu 1801 the State Department
made an overdraft of $700,000 on the Baring
Bros, and they seut ah agent in haete here to col
lect the balance, a much larger sum having beea
sent to them. Before his arrival in this country
the agent was bo anxious that when he got to
Washington he repaired at once to Sa ward's
house, long after the Secretary had retired to his
sleeping room. Mr. Seward arose and adjusted
the matter to the relief of the apprehensions of
the agent, aud returned to bed. The Barings
have made a handsome fortune out of tle govern
ment during the last half century, and but for
the fact of their long connection "ith the State
Department as agents, our government might long
ago have made arrangements to our advantage
with private banking boutes tlicre, and at consid
erably less rates of exchange. American paper.
A French writer concludes an account of his j
shipwreck in these words : 4i Having arrived at I
aa unknown region, I travelled eleven hours with
out discovering the i -rust trace, of an v human i
dpi tig- At last I perceived, to my great
wreicii but-eii'led on a cibnet. Ah."
I Fashion writers say that an entirely new btyle ( l3crj,el, shall we not begin to gather in the fat
I of arranging the hair is to be adopted soon. Tho j cattle, ring streaked and speckled? the ring tig- I
j old French twist in the hack is to be revived, but j uratively represented by 10, 1U0 and 1,000, the j
j rendered more graceful by a plait or cable of hair - Btreaks of green, and speckled with the signature j
I t-iaiiiicd, 4 I a 'li finiv
ia a cu iiMM r...
A Lively Journal.
"Max Adeler "' writes : A young friend of
ours, named Gumbs. undertook to start a paper
out in Cambria County, (Pern. ) a short time
an. lie called it the CauUria Mt.ky W ay. lie
bald in his prospectus that he intended to make
the Milky WaV lively, npicy, vigorous, .earless
and entertaining ; and he did. In the first num
ber he ealled the editor of the rival paper a
diabolical liar, an unmitigated scoundrel, and a
remorseless assassin." He alluded to the Mayor
in a cheerful paragraph as a corrupt magis
trate, whose torments from tho remorse which
festered in his soul were only surpased by tlm
physical agony which is always u.e pum
uf tn0 Jepmvutl and riotous debauchee
jje gtlied the feelius ol the I'osUi
. I k- , k . I n ii.l PlfirilllH lirUrtllCliW"
ua -.,....rt- tl,.,f H... TtfuIations o this oiuciai
Iick Turpin can be compared to nothing but the
terrific robberies couimitu-d in tho jmM by Uiomj
dastardly Siotiish buccaneers, whom ne so uukij
lestMnbles in geneial character.
XsloERaAW, BMAXB Al MM,
lis love, and volunteered ; ' ' 7
under tho he-ad of ' Soci
tain vounir man had been
l.:ifii.. l.u t)m ln.lv Ctf I
"J J , , .u-
the information that it was me witet tu.i.fi
she could have done under the peculiar circum
stances and ho related how, upon the pro
ceding day, he heard another youth, named
Alexander Jones, remark to a friend that. "II
anything will make a mau feel juicy about the
heart, it is to talk velvet to a jir of sky-colored
eves, by moonlight, in a cloveriield." Ihe next
edition of the j.aper was not issued at the regular
Finally some copies were sent out over the
town in balloons, aud they contained these-cdito-rial
remarks : " The editor has found it impos
sible to go out to-day to hunt for news items,
because the Mayor and tho editor of the Times,
and tho Postmaster, and Alexander Jones, and a
number of other individuals whose name6 we
have not been able to learn, have been sitting on
the curbstone and roosting around ou the back
fence all the morning with shot-guns and otner
! murderous weapons, and looking as if they were
in earnest. v e 2ive notice here that we nave
moved the fire-proof safe against the door ot our
sanctum, and have lined the front stairs with
! pminuns nd insane bull-terriers who have
! not lee:i fed for a week. The privileges of a
free press shall not be interfered with while we
wield a tea or possess a bulldog." The Milky
ever, died next day, ir. uumns nav-
-t -a 1 1 1
th ntii-8iMiut and taken toe
j riw tri4:n r,r TCinriaa. Those outraees nzainst
; etlitors will have to be stopped, or William Penn
will have died for hia country in vnin.
AVhy is a donkey, which cannot hold up it head,
like next Monday? Because it's neck's weak.
! A Lynchburg colored woman, fell thirty feet.
! out of a third story window, striking the ground
j head foremost. They aie tilling up the hole,
j Sue wasn't hurt any.
! The height to which crime ia carried in
i New York, the utter abandonment of all faith
- aud fidelity are illustrated ia a recent transaction
I in the upper part of the city, where a burglar
j has actually broken into the house of an alderman.
If, nay a a cotemporary, IJngliain loung wore
an additional " weed " on his hat every time he
lost a wile or mother-in-law, it is estimated his
hat would have to be twenty-seven feet high.
" He'd be a weedower with a vengeance," re
marks a Scotch friend.
A Kansas editor, who h-ia enlarged his paper,
salutes hi readers with this observation : " Hav
ing now labored at our post for the full number
of vears that jacon serveu lor jjean aim ior
0f Spinner "
j ft tQ the
, fc j , Joh tfcut bioklieti8 and
n iuen more reH.
, Johnson. " they do not
know how to go about it. A man who 1ms never
had religion before, no more grows religious
when ho is sick, than a man who has never
learned i;Bu-8 can count when L has need of
TO BILLIARD PLAYERS !
ITiEG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE
f uulic and to all that know how to appreciate
A Good Billiard Table,
That 1 have purchased thut well-known Table formerly at the
Olympic Cluo Hall. khi'I i b lite r4-4 its Iswu,
and all lovers of th s healthful art are invited to practice on it
at uiy. Cigar aud Touasoo store, duriiiK the day and evening.
s23 4t Queen Street, opposite C. Brewer V Co.
BARK R. C. WYL3E,
. M ASTfcK.
A FILL ASS0RT31EAT OF
V.N (I T JSK GE R AN
J-J1 Jtl VJL 9 UJJIIJIA.1
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING !
HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS,
WATCHES, Etc., Etc.
TWO SUPERIOR MUSIC BOXES.
German & Havana Cigars
DEETJEN'S L.ACER BEER.
Best Holland Gin,
Demijohns flam. Brandy, aud Alcohol.
Cases Fine Old Brandy, Whisky,
Sherry and Port Wine.
CLARETS Chateau dTquetn, Haut Barsac.
Rudesheimer, Liebfraueo milch.
Beer Corks, Soda-water Corks,
Stossfurt Rock Salt, Luneburg Coarse and line Salt.
HOOP I RON 3-4 inch x 1-20, 7-8 inch x 1-20,
1 inch x 1-16, U inch x 1-16.
Fencing Wire No. 4, 5, 6.
Sheet Iron 20, 21, 22. 23, 24 023.
Sheet Copper -1G, 18. 20, 22. 24 and 26 023.
Sheet Lead. Etc., Etc., Etc.
Short Link Chains 3-8. 7-16. 1-12 inch.
13 est Xnlisli
J-Pll IMA RUBBER BEITUG!
4 and C inch.
Gunpowder, Percussion Caps,
Grindstones, Zino Paint,
Furniture Varnish, Bagging.
Matting, Wrapping Paper,
White Vials 4, 6 and 8 ouuees. etc., etc.
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FOR SALE BY i
!Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER & Co. j
i - 1
FROM BREMEN I
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLLIE,
II. 1IAEI KKMAN, M ASTEK,
X -TNT "V O X G IE3 s
W hite Coitou Turkish Towels,
Gray aud Lineu Huclc Towels
White and Uray Ootiou Muck Towels, Horse BlackeU,
Bale of BlaukeU ia all wool and all cotton, .
Brown Oatlo.i, M Ada P-Urn..
Bale of Kaucy Kinjliah PTiota. Bale White Orouud Pnuts,
Bale IVimed Brilliauts, Cae. While Brilhanw,
Cube. White Molenkin, W hite Cotton Drill. Half Ltnea Drill.
Alt Linen lirili. Bale Blue Cotton, Bale Blue
Ca4. White Llnea lack. Veil Ba.ee o( all colour.,
tilk Urenadiue lor Veils, Whit Cashmere,
Black Merii.o and Thibt, Vine Black Col-ur(f. Barathea.
Kuntii.8. Coloured Lineu nrilis, WhiteJac.net, Mull .Muallo,
Naiso..ks, Victoria Lawn?, Swiss Dotted Masiicj.
Ann Macassar, Black, While, and Brown Lim-ii thread,
White Cotton Thread, Heavy aud extra wide Ticking,
Hair Cloth Seating. 'ack Oil ' loih, Uray Linen J"".
Iloi rock's U hue Cotton Li.iig Cloth, Crochet Cotton,
Bales Blue Drilling, Heavy White Corduroy.
Atiioskea Deuiaia, ltal.au Cloths, Black A- Blue Broadcloth.
Heavy White Coilon Bed chiiut!. Cashmere d ecosse,
Car.etaiid Tapestrys, Tape Check. Pwper CiuuUrics,
Silisias, Kine w lute lauens, mure, wi o.,
i Buttous and Triuiunuc fr tailors' use.
Black, White and llr-wn Linen iiouauua, mtt on..
Black and While Cotton Wadding, "
Keuhir W ool, Saddle Cloths. Black Crepe.
French Pea ia Wster. Frenoh Pras in Butter, tina Peas and
AtparausTsouu Bouilly, tck Tnrtle, Jullrn Crab, Kidney,
Fowl, oxtail and Hare Soups. This of Tongue, Brunswick Liver,
Mushroom, Wesipi;alia. Italia, Cervelat, A.C., Sus-ges j
Currant, Appks and Kasphtrry Jellies in Jars,
Strawberry, Corraut. lUi-pberry ai d Cherry Juice.
Kisphtrry Vinegar. Cases Mixed t ickles, Picvalill. Onions and
liherkins, Liuiliui-tf and Swis i: heew, hbls of Kye Flour,
Kecs ot Dutch Herrings, K.;s of tiernmn fal!e.l String Beans,
Jsour Cnbhage in kegs, Kens.iT fiilte.l liruner Kohl.
Curly Kehl, Tins Brauuer Kelil or Curly Kelil Ciibbajje,
Kens Salted Turkish l eas, Canary and Kape Seed,
Demijohns Yel.ow and Creeu Split Pea,
Sardelles and Anchovies in patent glass and tin boxes, .
Kea of Saltpeter, Case Sweet Oil, Westphalia llaius.
Kegs Buusia Sardines, Vreu.li Prunes in lass,
SmyrnH Vli;s in gluss, Zante Currants iu tins,
Muscat Knisins in tins. Capers in lass.
Glasses Preserved Lampreys. Russia Caviar In patent boxes.
Candles, Salt water Soap, French C hoeolaie,
Ci.ses Coti'i-ciionery. Mariipan, and ..ther SweetmeHts,
Vinegar ill Deiuij..iins and Barrels, Grocery Paper,
Paper Bags fr Grocers, &c, Ac, tic.
A fie, Shorter, &c.
34 Uillerrut Brautls ef Ibe Best Uuuaria
Wiura iu csies.
Cases RHINE WIN ES. such us, Liebfraueninilch,
Gciseuheiuier. Hoctheiuier, Nieisteiner, Uu.lesheiiner, Deides
hciiner. Hooksbeutel, warrauUd ecimiue, Medoc 1S62. Sledoe
in t-ases. Sautroe, Haul tauterne.
Cases CL.lKKT S other lirau.is, suvh as, Chal LiU.es,
La Urauge, Leoville, :hHuilwrtin.
Cases Cherry aud fortwine. Cases Jlaiaehino,
Cases Malt Kxtraet, Ca-s Noidhsuser Biautwein,
Caes Scotch snd insh Whiskey, Nordhauser Knoiaiel,
Nordbauser doutile Kunuuel, Cases French CoKUao,
Cases tiwedibh I'oi.ch, Cases Swedish Cocktail,
Angostura and i.K)uekauip Hitters,
Cusea Ileal and Real Holland Giu. warranted,
Cuses luiiiatiou Holland Gin, Irraudy, Gin and Rum In cask.,
lltetjen & Schroder's Star brand Ale ill ( inla and quurls,
Deeijeii Schroder's Star brand Porter, iu pii.la uud quarts,
Norwevian lieer iu pints aud quar ts,
Mariais Draft A us -in casks,
Aicoh 1 iu demijohns and kegs, Seltier Water,
CSLOTSIIi, MATS, &c.
Ladies' new styles Hataaud Hon net,
Children's new s yie Haw, Gent's new ttyles Felt Jlata,
Ladies', tienl's aud Children's Gloves,
Coimed Kid Gloves fir Ladits and Gents, Sup-iiiders. Garters,
White Pique Vests, Fine blue Sacs, lilac t.lue Cloth 1'auta,
W hue Ouck Shcs, fants and V-sts, Orie.-in Jt Alpacca Saes,
Prima 1'atils, Figured Moleskin 1'anls, 1 inured Victoria t'sots.
Silk L'robrellas, whalebone frame extra sires,
Ladies' S:lk rmbreiiaa. lllack, Krown Llue Cotto . Umbrellas,
A complete assortment of Gent's Lineu atd laper C. liars. .
Neckties, Men's white aud titnf heavy .Merino lalf lluse.
Men's aud Hoy's heav ya.row.i i'olton SiK.-ks,
Ladies' superior white Stockinus, Merino lTnderrhirt and
Iiruwers, extra sise-s Brown i'olton L'n.lershirts,
Pilot Reeling Jackets, Motikey Jacketi". W alerprooiVoata,
White Cotton llaudkeici.icfs hemuie.1, Superior white linen
and lawn liau.lkercliiefs, .:curniug HiiiUkerclitels,
Calico and Madapolaui Shirts, .vc. no., .Vc.
ST AT'SLOrVEK Y.
BLANK BOOKS, such us. Ledgers, JournaU. I)y Books, Cash
llooks. Stock llook,f Account Books. Copying Books,
Note Books, Book Folios, Oclave Honks,
Bill, Caj and Letter Paper Peris and Pen Hinders,
Ink, Copying Presses, &c..'4rc., 4-c.
V'hite Lead and Zinc. Black and Green Paints, Linseed Oil,
Sheet Lead, c. &c
31 n G 2NT SJ 23 SS !
Two Rosewood Cottage Pianos!
Bust Kau de Coku-pf, Ponialiinas,
Hair Oil, Fine Perfumes, Toilet soaps, &c., c., c.
Cases N'cknscsand Fancy A riicles. T"ys and Dolls.
Jack, Butcher anil Prn Knives, W8lr Monkeys, Silk Beltings,
Kiblions, a larite assi.rtiiient, r'eaihers ami Plume.
Artilieial Flowers and Wreaths, (i. P. Bound i;oul..
Dressing aud fine Tooth Combs. Ladies Dress TrtmminjiS,
Fine F.tn broideries. Corks, Best of German C:irars,
Black Hat Bibbons. Black polished Fern-e W ire, a good articie.
Hoop Iron. Manila made Itope. Uemp Ssil Twine,
Walkirg Sticks, Violin Strings, Hooks ami Kyes, Hair Pins,
Meerschaum Pipes, Ornaoieu'ai Globe Table Lamp,
Watches, Window Glass. &c, ic, no.
GERMAN. BABK. EM1UB I
VIA SAN FRANCISCO,
GOODS SUITABLE FOR
A Iii TUADES.
DRY GOODS, IIAUDWARK.
CROCKERY, CUTLERY, HOSIERY,
-c, ic., Ac
And Direct via Panama !
Cases Prints, llallls,
Xfhilt and Drk G round Prints,.
Tweeds, Casi meres end Cloths,
White tnd Drowa Long Cloths,
Boots and Shoes for Ladies, Gents aad Children
Denims, Brilliants, and
mriHEEOUS OTHEETASTICLES SUIT-
ubles Isr the Trade .
BOSTON PER CEYLON
CASES DOWNER'S BEST KEROSENE OIL,
CASES BEST AMERICAN CARD MATCHES,
BALES AM. HEAVY AMOSKEAG DENIMS,
VJ1; "tlao above f.xo
Sale on the. Most Ilcasonable
TKKM3, AND LIBERAL TO PRICKS,
Are particularly ievitrd te examine
uiy StocU Ucforo Pisrckaaiuj(
JrL ax-cl w ax e and. Cutlery !
BUY YOUR HARDWARE AND CUTLERY
WTWiR SALE Bt
H. HACSFKLP k CO.
Ex Bark Jane A. Falkinb'Tirg,
IN BBL8. AND HALF BELS.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
For Sale at Low Bales by
IL. IIACKFELD & CO.
A. 17. FIEROE & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE A
M E R C H A n D I S E !
SHIPPING AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS !
OTTO! AND HEMP DUCK. FROM O
j Hemp and Manila Cordage, all Sizes !
I UK MP AND COTTON TWINE,
; Spunyarn, Marline, Houseline,
Seizing Btoff, Cutting Falls.
j BLOCKS OF" ALL SIZES I :
! Patent, Irou Strapped and Bashed, 3 to IS inches.
; Jib llaoks and Mast Hoops,
I Sheaves, bashed an patent ;
Hooka aud Thimbles, Connecting Shackles,
i Boat Timbers, stems and sterns I
j Boat Boards,
Oars, of all lonctlist
Rowlock. Bashings, Steerine Braces, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cut Nails, lUveU of all siaes,
PAS NTS OF ALL KINDS!
Kerosene, Whale and Sperm Oils I
Tar, Bright Varnish, Pump and Biggnng LeaUier, Copper and
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF. PORK, PICKLES,
Preserved Meats, Pie Frulta. Green Corn,
Green Peas, Spices, aud various other Groceries
Also, Brand's Bomb Lances!
l'riree'ar WbaliaK Unnav,
TABLE, HAIRY AND COARSE SALT,
from the Puuloa Salt Works.
PERKY DAVIS 4 SONS' PAIN KILLER.
And Various other Merchandise
CARKFDLLT SKLKCTKD. FROM TUB
California. Eastern & European Harkets !
Orders from Uie Other Ixltiinbi carefully attended to.
X E It E Y JC A It !
"1H IS H A XDSO ME TnRKE-STORY
JL BUILDING, now being erected in HONOLULU, wiU be
ready for occupancy on the
1st of January next, and
Will be Leased front that date on Favorable Terms.
IT IS BUILT KXPRKiLY
FOR A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL!
And to this cod
I Fitted will all ibe Appliance aeeessary
te the B
The Premises are in the Central part of the
Are spacious, and well shaded with trees, and bat a short
d Istamo Irnn tha ateamerV w bar Tea.
It .lxas Entrances from the Four
Streets that bsaad tbe Bleck.
And, beside th main buildinj, there are several COT
TAGES which will be leased, if desired to enlarge tbe
HOTSL is BUILT of CONCRETE,
120 feet by 75 feet, with Broad Verandahs
on the front aad rear aides, and .
Contains Fifty-eight Rooms !
The Dining and Billiard Rooms are each 65 by 32. Lad lea'
Parlor, 22 by "2. Genu' Parlor, li by 32, and the Ued-rouuia
can be used singly or in suites.
Water from the Government Pipe,
It laid on ia all th rooms, and mains fur gaa have been laid
to be distributed to gaa burners, when gaa may be introduced.
THIS HOTEL MAY BE LEASED ; FOR A
Term ef Years,
And It offers a fimt-rate chaooa for the establishing of a
Profitable and Permanent Business.
Parties desiring to Least may aply at th !
THE HARDWARE STORE, NO. 95 KING STREET. j
jrjiHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE ON HAND AND FOR. SALE THE FINEST ASSORT- 1
11KNT OF TIIK ABOVE NAMED UOODS TUAT CAM BS FoCND IH TlIIS MARKET t
We have also made a Speciality of Fish Nets, Lines, Hooks 1 Seine Twines. '
Paints, all Colors, in Oil and Dry.
HtTBBUCK'S BEST LIrTSEED OIL, RAW AOT) BOILED I '
Vll Kinds of" Varnish, XJestt: equality. j
PAINT, VARNISU, AND WHITE WASH BRUSHES. IN GREAT VARIKTT, i
AND ALMOST EVERY OTIIKR KIND OF CRUSH THAT MAY BE WANTED. I
jL,Zu KlIISTDS CAEEIAGE MATERIAL 1
DOWiliR'S BEST KEROSEKE OIL, AND
Byam's 8 Card Matches, always on hand.
OUE GOODS AEE GOOD, AM) WILL BE SOLD VERY LOW,;
By mLUlVGIIAllI & Co.
Ex Haw'n Bark R. W. Wood,'
From Columbia Hiver
LOUR. EXTRA FAMILY.
HAMS, Spauldinjr's 8 agar Cured.
SALMON. West's Packing, in this, k hi. hbls.
O ATS, best Oregon;
BRAN. SHOTS AND
W II EAT. new crop.
CIDER. Fresh, ia keg and half barrels. !
For NaZfi at Lous rric.es by j
nl II. HAUKFEI.I) St Cm.
NOW LANDING f
. KX 't
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE. I
AX INVOICE OP .
I' I AITS asu WitAriia, or
RUIN ART, PERE & FILS, P.HQAIS.
FOR SALE BY
IT. HACKFELD & Co
b23 5t Sole Aoentit for the Hawaiian JsUtmlj,
2 Splendid Rosewood Collate Pianos,'
7 OCTAVE AND 3 STRIXCED, OK THE
very best liennan manniaoinre, So try are
Expressly made for a Tropical Climate, j
o7 3tn For Pale br TUKOD. C. IIECIX
JL'STOM MADE DOUBLE MOLE JJOOTf
ISentirts cnttom made Dreaa CdceOoaii
UenLert'ft Cmton Slade Sqanre ti(
llenkert's Cnatom Made FameKole E
nenkert's Ilntton Side flaitrr, ;
llenkert's Ivnp Shoe,
Beokert'o Oxford Ties, Ic. Ac.
Splendid Supply of Ibc above Go!
latf.lt received. i
And Every Pair Warranted to Give
. isfaction. Also, ;.
Late Invoices of French & Austm
Boots 4antl Shoes !
OF BEST QCAUTT.
M. Mel ERST. '
Corner Fort tnd J!crcbrtStrrH: .
22.- C. 'W HmXIZ'
FROM. THE MANUFACTURE '
A FIMK 8KLKCT103 Of '
PORTO RICO SMOK1XG TOBACCO.
TURKISH SMOKIXG TOBiC
ALSO, PER LATE AKBIVAK
A EW LOT OF
Manila Cigars & Clieero
FOR SALE AT THE OLD AND FAVO ;
Corner Queen and Nuuanu S5
H. i. nolt!
Hoaoluld. St. 20th. 1ST1.
iV.HAXO AND FOR SALE. H"5!
nouth Cullrv-li.ui uf ilriuu and luncs. T,i
oT am 11.31.