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II. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
403 FRONT ST.
r Street, SAX FRANCISCO. 2 Ij.
WJl. 11 JltTON.
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- .-.VZitlDGE. LVEiLLTT & CO..
r-r: 1 1; r A: Co::mision 3I 1 rhants
.or i.ti.r, i'jki. i c::-i;
mf9 riCniJi'i Oo.,
PUR V ARDI( .!
r rAVIXG BEEN ENGAGED IX OIRHRE
2 sent business for upwards of seven year, and being
I in a fire proof brick building, we are prepared to receive
lisposeof Island staplee.sacb aadagar.Rice.Sjrrups, Pula,
, e fce. to advantage. Consignments especially solicited
e'OrtVoo market, to which personal attention will be paid,
a , i poo which cash advances will be made when required.
Sa Faascisco EwCB:
B-dger & Llndenberger, J- Patrick Co.,
7red. Iken, W. T. Coleman A Co.,
evens, Baker Co.
Allen A Lewi. Ladi Tilton. Leonard Green
Walker Allen. 1
IM POUTERS OF
Y 1NKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
"hite Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIERY, ZEPHYR.. WOOL, Ac, Ac
W TT 4 VI VG RESIDENT BUYERS IN THE
a ft Kt and in Europe, and twin in direct eommunicatlon
wr.h the manoractarea, we are enabled to get Goods ou the
t-H terms end to sell accordinglv.
Oar Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we !ite the
Especial attention of Hunolaln Merchants
to an examination of the tune.
Particular attention given to Orders. .
TOBIN, DAVIS30N A CO. "
Corner Butter A Sansome Streets,
o29 Saa Francises. Cala.
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
Shipping & Couimivsion Merchants,
Agents of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
ill PaSFABED TO
'iTBhli Keg aid Barrel ShaoLs la aay Quantity
And JUsptctfvUy solicit consujnmenls of Sugars
AXO ULASB raoOCCC
XT REFER TO
eetrs. Bishop A Co. .'. Honolulu
nn. II. liackleld A Co... Ilonolula
essra. CasUe a Cooke. ...Ilooolulu
408 California Street, Sao Francisco. julO 1
W. E. LBVSBtDGK,
A. P. BVBBSTT,
SIS Front SC. San Francisco.
LEVEB.IDGE, "WADHAMS & CO
SUCCESSORS TO R. O. SXEATU.)
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
TartlealaF Attention paid to Consignments f
,1 Sandwich I.taad Prsdnce. ly
. O. SKBB1LL.
J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
I mmission Merchants and Auctioneers,
204 and 206 California Street,
San TP iraxncisco.
ALSO, AGENTS OF THB
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
. irtlcolarittention given to the sale and purchase of mer
'! idise, ships business, supply lag whaleships, negotiating
T All freight arriving at 8aa Francisco, by or to the Bo
l .ilu Li a of Packets, will be forwar Jed rasa op comjmssiob.
XT Exchange on Ilonolula bought and sold. Jm
' . isrs. C. L. Richards A Co.. ..Honolulu
H. Hackfeld A Co "
C. Brewr k Co "
Bishop A Co... "
?- r: w. wood "
I.E. II. Allen "
U 3. Wtteraan, Esq u
STEEL FEM S.
Sold by all PeJilers t h ron hontthn World.
7EECKED AND ABANDONED
"""TK7IL.L. BE ox EXHIBITION. TO-DAY,
Vl AX 13 O'CLOCK, MOON, AT
Thos. C. Thrum's News Depot!
These views (six in the set) were drawn by the best
available talent from sketches and particulars furnuhed by
dpt. W. KELLKY, the trutbfulnvas of which are Touched for
b v all who have seen tbesa.
Orders will be received for the same, and furnished at 6
per Set, Sim el l'hetxraph. 7x9.
CABINET SIZE PHOTOGRAPHS OF TI1E
TRGCKED BRIG SHELEIIOFF, 50 Cta.
I'asaramie View ef Honolala from the Harbor,
fffl PIAHO FOR SALE! 'fiTSl
RECEIVED PER R. C. WTLIE FROM
A Superior Cottage Piano, 7-Octaves,
' -' W.gassenhofTs manufacture. For particulars apply to
M 3m F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
I J 1ST RECEIVED
luZ Bark Jane A. FaJkinburg,
IN BBL3. AND HALF BBL3.
OREGON II A MS,
EXTRA FAMILY FLOCR.
For Sale at Low Rates by
H. HACKFELD A CO.
Just Arrived and For Saie!
THE " A NT I ASTII SlATIC" SMOKING
TOBACCO, Tmtented May -id, 1911, and prepared of the
aresi sun cured MoanLun PL&ni.
aasZaa, Tarklsa and navaaaa Imparted CIgarritos,
Jartholefa Swiss Cigars, Damas Cigars,
Ceaturj and Eoreka Roll Chewing Tobacco,
leaalae Big Lick Smoking Taaacco,
aea A Staralle's Twist Toate,
?each, Ham'estcad and Export Tosacea.
Prepared by myself of the finest brands of Natural
FOR SALE AT THE TOBACCO A CIGAR
o7 ly Queen Street, opposite C. Brewer k Co.
JT. HOTT CO-!
AGENTS FOR THE
Prindle Steamer and Boiler I
WOCLO CALL THR ATTENTION OP
Planter, Stork F-rJrr.. Onx-m, Farmers, aud others,
to this INVALUABLE STEAMER AND BOILER or
General Heating, Cooking and Steaming
XT Srod for illustrated circular.
A LSOi ON HAND
.A. Large Assortment of"
Second to none in the Market.
ALVANIZED TUBS AND BUCKETS,
Kubbrr Him, 1 2, 3-4 Inch.
Superior Galvanized Chamber Pails,
FULL ASSORTMENT OF TIN WARE.
Cases Tin Plate, 8heet Lead, 2 1 2 to 14 s.
Sheet Iron. I lack and galvanized,
Sheet Copper, Sheet Zinc,
Iron and Copper Tacks, Spelter,
Many Articles in their Line nse
. ful to Housekeepers!
Such as Toilet Sets, Lunch Boxes, Sylabub Churns,
Bpice Boxes t nd Canisters, Tea Steepen,
Children's Trays, Zinc Wah Boards,
Ham Boilers, Plain and Fancy Patties,
Nests Cake and Sugar Boxes,
Trunks, Molasses Cans,
Steak Hammers, Knife Boxes,
Crumb Pans and Brushes, Wire Covers, Kitchen Knives,
Brass Wire and Hair Flour Seives,
Stove, Dust and Scrub Brushes, Jelly and Omelet Pans,
Wood Handle Preserve Spoons,
Grid Irons, Jelly Moulds, Egg Slicers, and
Many Other Articles in the Above Line !
JUST RECEIVED PER CEYLON.
Ships' aud Schooners' Cabooses,
Hunter's Pipe Yices,
II. ne and PUin Bibb Cocks, rough and finished, all sizes.
Rubber Hose, Hose Nosles and Sprinklers, .
Cast Iron Bath Tubs,
Galvanized Fitting for water pipes.
Tin Smith's Solid Pouches and Mallets,
Stencil Plate Brass, Tinned and Black Rivets,
ALL OF WHICH WE OFFER L0Wf
IVo. O XCaaUiimsxriix St.
Orders from the Other Islands will meet
with prompt attention,
And. at t li o Xowom t KateN !
. .. nihil SIS . .
THE VALUABLE PROPERTY
THE TOBEY SUGAR PLANTATION
Koloa Farina Manufactory !
SITl AT1 in KOLOA, ISLAM) of EACH.
Together with all the
LEASES OF LANDS,
Scc, &c, . &c, &c, .
AS PER FOLLOWING SPECIFICATION,
ONE D IV EL LING HOUSE, 36x18,'
with 3 Sleeping Rooms, Sitting Room, Eating Room,
ONE FRAME HOUSE.
24x16, contaluing Kitchen, Bed Room and Store Room.
1 Frame Honse, 20x12, a Spare Sleeping House.
ONE CARPENTER SHOP.
30x18, Set of Carpenter's Tools, &Dd Set of Cooper's Tools.
1 Frame House, with Carriage Boom and :
Dairy, and all the appliances) for the
One Blacksmith Shop and Tools,
One Frame Cart House, 36x18,
Three Frame Native Houses,
Three Crass Houses,
One Frame Boiling House, 60x30,
With train of Ketllrs eemplele,
Clarifler, new Sorghum Pan, (never been wsed), 4 Try Pots.
One Store House at the Beach, framed,
Frame Dwelling House at the Beach,
Containing Sittiog Room, 2 Bleeping Rooms, and Office.
ONE FRAME MILL HOUSE, 40x30, FOR
- Grinding Manioc and manufacturing Farina, with every,
thing complete j Water-wheel to drive the Mills.
ONE FRAME BAKE HOUSE, 84x16. FOR
drying and making Tapioca and Farina, with 10 acres o
Manioc in the ground ready for grinding.
ONE FRAME SAW HOUSE. 84x12.
One Turbine Wheel,
Three Circular Saws, in good order,
Ten Hiding Horses, Four Mares. 1 Entire Horse,
One Carriage Horse and Harness,
tix Moles, One Mule Cart and
Thirty Yoke of "Working Oxen, with
Yokes and Chains,
Fourteen Ox Carts, a of them new.
Two Low Wheel Stone Carts, One Ox Wagon, new.
Spades, Shovels, Pick-axes,
Felling Axes, Hoes. Crowbars,
Two Cultivators, One Harrow,
Seven Plows, about
1000 HEAD OF CATTU I
1 Retail Store, 24x14.
ABOUT 400 ACRES OF LAND, surrounded
with atone wall, for cultivation
Faur Stone Bui Jock Pens,
Thirty Acres of Eattooa Sugar Case,
Ac, &e. Ae.
For further particulars, terms ot Sale, AeV
Apply to GEO. CHARM AN,
in Kotos, Kauai.
Or F. A. SCHAEFKR.
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From the Friend Supplement, Not. 8.)
The Cruise and Shipwreck of the
The bark Japan being the first whaler ever fit
led out through Victorian Agency, no vessel ever
left port with greater expectations or well wishes
for prosperous vojage than she, wlieo, on the
5th of Slarcu with her lofty canvas spread to a
favorable breeze, she soon left Melbourne aud its
happy reminiscences far in the distance.
After a prosperous cruise, during which we
visited several of the picturesque islands which
beautify the South Pacific, we culled at New Zea
land, there to refit for a vovn-re to the Arctic
noun, and for that purpose lay in the Bay of
It-lands, where, transhipping our oil, we remained
till the 9th of March, on which day we weighed
auchor, and after passing through the tropics
without any incident worthy of remark, arrived
in the colder latitudes of the north. We sighted
the first ice on the 23th of April, and after capt
uring ten whales we squared our yards for the
south. On the morning of the 8th of October, a
strong gale of wind sprung up from the N. E.,
duringwhich all our boata were swept from the
cranes. The gale increasing in fury during the
night, and a heavy fog setting in next morning,
the Captain was unable to obtain any observa
tions, but sighting the ship Massachusetts run
ning before the wind, and imagining the Captain
of her must have a good idea'of his where-abouta,
determined to follow his example. The Japan
being the faster vessel, soon left the other astern,
when all of a sudden to our consternation, we
observed land right under onr . bows, too close
however, to allow of our clearing it. She Btruck
soon after with terrific force, the sea at the same
time sweeping her decks fore and aft and carry
ing away everything offering resistance to its re
The greater number of the crew jumped over
board and endeavored to reach the shore (a dis
tance of about two furlongs) eight of whom per
ished in the attempt. Two more unfortunate
men, refusing to leave the ship miserably perished
there. Two men having readied the beach in
safety, took a run, endeavoring to restore circu
lation to their almost frozen blood, and when
doi fig so were greatly surprised at beholding the
foot marks of a dog on the snow, which they
tractcd for a considerable distance, and to their
great delight, (the fog clearing off) espied an Es
quimaux village. Immediately on doing so they
returned to their almost despair comrades, who
joyfully accompanied them to the village in which
one more of our number had to Buccumb to the
fearful cold.' ''.
It . may be necessary here to state, that the
coast on which we found ourselves so suddenly
placed, was that of the extreme north of Siberia,
about 66 north latitude.
On arriving at the village, the inhabitants of
which though much surprised at our sudden ap
pearance treated us with great kindness, giving
us skin clothing in exchange for our ice covered
garments, which they esteemed as a great prize,
(very few of them ever having seen a white man
before) at the same time placing before us some
raw walrus in a state of semi-putrefaction, which
in that state, being considered a great luxury
among them, created no small surprise at our
rejecting it. The gale decreasing, it fell a
calm, consequently the whole ocean was
frozen over, thus covering all that remained
of our ill fated ehip, at the same time
shutting off all hopes of Baving any provision.
And to make matters worse, wood being unob
tainable in this desolate 6pot, we were denied tho
luxury of a fire during the winter, either for cul
inary purposes or for warmth, which comforts are
quite unknown to this benighted race.
It was a long time before we could partake of
any of their food, which is served up under such
revolting circumstances that decency forbids a
minute description ; but as the proverb says,
" hunger is the best sauce we had to overcome
our scruples and after a few weeks could eat our
share with any of them.
Having come to the conclusion that exercise
was the only means of preserving health, wo used
to provide the bouses with fresh water ice (for
which we had to take long journeys) , which being
pounded up with oil is eaten with great gusto by
the natives. . We also performed long journeys to
the adjacent villages, (during which one more of
our number had to succumb to the fearful cold)
at" all of which places we were received by the
inhabitants with great hospitality, and we looked
upon as little short of deities. I having the fort
une upon one occasion to stop an effusion of blood
from a child's nose in a house I was visiting, by
simply placing a piece of ice on its back, 1 was
looked upon as something supernatural. '
The monotony of our winter life was only re
lieved by sleigh racing. In the spring, however,
we performed long excursions with the natives
after polar bears, seals, &c. ; when we frequently
met with the natives of the American or eastern
shore. They speak an entirely different dialect
from those on the Asiatic side, and seem a much
more savage race of people.
In such pursuits we managed to pass the time
until the month of March, on the 15th day of
which the ice opening a little, a great number of
whales were to be seen wending their way to the
northward. A few days later, schools of walrus
made their appearance, followed by large flocks
of ducks which proved a great addition to our
larder. The ice now breaking up, we Jived in
anticipation of seeing some adventursome
whaler forcing its way through an obstacle
which the sun's rays were daily lessening. We
were doomed to repeated disappointment, until
the 16th of June, when to our immeasureable de
light, we sighted the bark John Wells of New
Bedford. But immediately on doing so it set in
a dense fog, lasting for three days, at the end of
which time we managed to get a canoe, which we
hauled a great distance over the ice and at last
launched it in the open water, when after pad
dling all day we arrived on board at 8 P. M.,
where we were received with great kindness by
the Captain, who provided U6 with clothing. We
were finally -distributed among. the numerous
whalers then rapidly flocking through the straits,
and on board of which we remained until that
unfortunate fleet, numbering over 33 vessels, was
blocked in by the ice at Point Franklin, The
fleet was deserted on the 17th of September, and
after traveling a considerable distance in the
boats wc were fortunate enough to meet with seven
vessels, which not venturing so far in the ice
were enabled to take us on board, and in one of
them, (the bark Chance of Sydney), we arrived
at Honolulu after a pleasant passage.
MANNERS AD CUSTOMS OF THB ESQUIMAUX.
The coast of North Siberia presents a very
barren and rugged aspect, being utterly devoid of
all vegetation with the exception of a few hardy
herbs and mosses, which grow with rapidity
during the summer months. The interior is,
however, very flat, and only diversified by large
rivers, winding through this desolate waste of
which it is composed, which in summer are well
stocked with fish and water fowl, numbers of
which migrate to these barren regions during
The natives of the Asiatic side of the Arctic
ocean, on which we were wrecked, are a mixed
race, supposed to originate from a mingling of
toe Kuesian and lartar tribe. I bey are of a
medium height, and uncommonly stout in pro
portion to their stature. Some are of a dark
copper color, while others approach nearer the
European features and complexion. ' Though the
features of the men are exempted from the savage
custom of tattooing, those of the women are not
so, some of whom would be pretty were it not
for the rude devices about their face and arms.
They seldom engage in any quarrels among
themselves, unless when under the iufluence of
alcohol, which they procure from the traders,
when any misdemeanor committed by them
during that time is freely forgiven after the per
nicious effects of the liquor have passed away.
And such is their immoderate love of the narcotic
weed, that children of both sexes are to be seen a
few months old engaged in the most Christian
accomplishment of chewing.
In the summer months, they live in huts nade
of walrus hide, inside of which ia a email square
apartment made of deer skins, which is used as a
dining, sitting and bedroom, irrespective of sexes,
the only ornament consisting of a stone hollowed,
in which is placed small pieces of blubber, and
baving moss as a substitute for wick, (which
they ignite by friction caused by rubbing two
pieces of hard wood together) and this is used as
a lamp. On entering this apartment, they all
undress, being careful to take their mocassins off
with their feet towards the entrance, to which
rules we were obliged to conform, although at
first repulsive to our feelings.
In winter they live in bolos excavated in the
mountain side, which we thought however much j
colder than their summer habitations, as imsy
only lay skins on the ground when about to
sleep, which occupies the principal par' ot Uie
winter. The only daylight is admitted through
holes cut in the rock, where in some instances ice
is used in lieu or glass. Although the natives
aie devoid of any clothing, we could hardly keep
ourselves warm with our clothes on in these mis
erable dwellings. .
The women are employed during the summer
months gathering grass, which thev use when
dry in their mocassins ; also some bitter herbs
for edible purposes, which they collect in great
quantities, while the nun, during that season,
are employed pursuing the whale and walrus in
canoes. These are formed of walrus hide stretched
on poles, and being very light and commodious,
rliv m:m:i.rH with freat dexterity. In killing a
'whale, which occupies a considerable length of
j time, the canoes glide so noiselessly through the
; water, (and the whale being very slothful) the
first notice of their near approacn is occabiunou
by one of the natives darting a harpoon, made of
ivory, to which is attached a line made of walrus
hide. At the end of the line is made fast seal
skins inflated with wind. This process being
repeated, prevents the whale sounding, when
they dispatch him with repeated blows from
various ivory weapons. The blubber is then
divided, taken ashore, and placed in pits, the
warmth of which soon reduces it to a state of de
composition, in which state it is eaten, and consid
ered a great luxury by them, as before stated.
The walriiB is caught in a similar manner. It
is not only the 6taple food of the settlement, but
the hide provides material for huts, canoes, and
nets for catching Beal, the last are made something
similar to our fishing nets.
- The hunting ashore is confined to the winter
months, the chief objects of pursuit being deer,
bears, foxes, and a species of Russian rabbit. The
weapon chiefly in use is the bow and arrow. The
former is made of wood inlaid with deer 6inews ;
the latter, in common with their other weapons,
is barbed with ivory. The brown bear, which
sleeps during all the winter months, is held in
great terror by the natives when he comes out
almost famished after his long fast, and is seldom
molested by them. The white bear, on the con
trary, falls an easy prey, one man being able to
despatch him with a lance.
- Polygamy is indulged in to an unlimited extent
by the natives, each man having as many wives
as he can provide for. In case of marriage,
(which is only a matter of form) after a proba
tion of a few weeks, if the lady does not meet the
husband's expectations, she is discarded and sent
back to her parents ; upon proof being given of a
wife's infidelity part of her nose pays the forfeit
of her crime. Many victims to this rigorous law
we met with at the different villages we traveled
through. : '. .
Maternal love is strongly exemplified in this
savage race, as even a cross word or look to the
children brings upon the offender the perfectual
resentment of the parents, whereas by taking any
notice of the former you insure their lasting grat
itude, and initiated as one of the family.
As a race, the Esquimaux are very healthy,
seldom having sickness of any kind, and I believe
are the only race which have no herbs for medi
cinal purposes. Amongst their numerous super-
! stitionB, they believe that if any of them die a
natural death, their soul goes to internal regions,
of which place they have a great abhorrence;
therefore to prevent such a contingency, they
put an end to the sick man's existence, after a
few days sickness by breaking his neck, which is
accomplished by leaning that part of the body on
a strap of hide and two heavy men jumping on
the stomach of tho prostrate body. They put the
tail of the best dog in tho house into the mouth
of the victim, meanwhile beating his body with
feathers and strips of whalebone from bis ankles
towards his head, by which process they believe
the sins of the unfortunate are driven into the
body of the animal. After which the dog is im
mediately killed. During. this ceremony, the
women accompany the proceedings with discor
dant yells, completing the horror of this revolting
scene. The body is then arrayed in its best robes,
and with all other personal effects placed on a
sleigh, when it is conveyed some distance and
there deposited, to be devoured by dogs, crows
and other animals.
There being little daylight the greater part of
four months, the Aurora Borealis is seen to its
greatest advantage during that time, a description
of which would fall far short of the reality. The
monotony of the snow covered expanse of ocean
and earth is only relieved by the contrary mag
nificence of the heavens, out of which shoot with
rich resplendant rays the beautiful prismatic
colors of the Northern Lights, added to which the
moon's sole light tends to complete the magnifi
cence of -this wonderful and glorious atmospheric
The heavens declare the glory of God, and the
firmament showeth his handi-work &c. -
F. A. SCHAEFER & C 0.
' : 'Per Hawaiian :
BARK & WYLIE,
H. BALTERMANN .MASTER,
ASSORTMENT OF GOODS !
mitm FOR THIS MARKET!
DRY GOODS, HOSIERY,
33X1.33 ?3S GOODS
Cigars and Cigarritos,
GB O C ERIE S !
SUPERIOR SHERRY AND PORT WINE.
GENUINE RHINE WIXE,
Heidsick & Co.'s Champagne !
German Lager Beer, Pale Ale,
GENUINE HUNGARIAN WINES !
lO of tli Finest; Brands.
:dj':HS t "v , t ; ,
ALL OF WHICH ARE OFFERED
For ; Sale at Lowest Market
' ' 'RATES. ' 2m
THEOD. C. HEUCK
OFFERS FOR SALE
PROM' BREMEN !
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLLIE,
II. HALTER MAN, M ASTER
i nii nnTP.
WHITE MARSEILLES, BED Q.UILTS,
White Cotton Turkish Towels,
Gray and Linen Uuclt Towel, ,
White and Gray Cotton Buck Towels, Horse Blankets,
Bales of Blankets in aU wool and all cotton.
Bales Brown Cotton, Ba'" W,te '
Bales of Fancy English Prints, Bales White Ground Prints,
Bales Printed Brilliants, Cases While Brilliants
Cases White Moleskin, White Coiton Drill, Half Linen Drill,
All Linen Drill, Bales Blue Cotton, Bales Blue )".
Case. White Linen Puck, Veil Barege of all colours,
Silk Grenadine for Veils, White Cashmere,
Black Merino and Thibet, Fine Black Coburg, Baratheas,
Hunting, Coloured Linen Drills, White Jaconet, Mull Muslin,
Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns, Swiss Dotted Muslins.
Ami Macassar, Black, White, and Brown Linen Thread,
White Cotton Thread, Heavy and extra wide Ticking,
Hair Cloth Seating, Black Oil kith, Gray Linen Drtttit,
Horrock's W hite Cotton Long Cloth, Crochet Cotton,
Bales Bine Drilling, Heary White Corduroy.
Amoskeag Denims, Italian Cloths. Black 4- Blue Broadcloth,
Heavy White Cotton Bed Sheetings, Cashmere d'ecoste.
Carpets and Tniiestrys, Tape Check. Pper Cambrics,
Siltsias, Fine White Linens, Ladies' Corsets,
Buttons and Trimmings for tailors' use.
Black, White aud Brjwn Lioen Hollands, BUck Bilk,
Black and While Cotton Wadding,
Zephir Wool, Saddle Cloths. Black Crepe.
French Peas in Water. French Peas in BuUer, Uns Peas and
" Carre ts,
Asparagus, Soup Bouilly, Mock Turtle. Julien Crab, Kidney,
Fowl, Oxtail and llare Soups. Tijs of Tongue, Brunswick Liver,
Mushroom, Westphalia, Italia, Cervelat, &.C., Sausages i
Currant, Apples and Baspberry Jellies in Jars,
Strawberry, Currant, Raspberry and Cherry Juice,
Kispberry Vinegar. Cases Mixed i'ickles, Piccalill, Onions and
Gherkins, Limburg and Swiss Cheese, Bbls of Bye Flour,
Kegs of Dutch Herrings, Kegs of German Salted String Beans,
Sour Cabbage in kegs, Kegs of Baited Brauner Kohl.
Curly KebU Tins Brauner Kehl or Curly K,ehl Cabbage,
Kegs Salted Turkish Peas', Canary and Kape Seed,
Demijohns Yellow and Green Split Peas,
Sardeiles and Anchovies fu patent glass and tin boxes,
Ketss of Saltpeter, Cases Sweet Oil, Westphali Hams,
Kegs Russia Sardines, Frenuh Prunes in glass,
Smyrna Figs in glass, Zante Currants in tins,
Muscat Raisins in tins. Capers in 'las..
Glasses Preserved Lampreys, Russia Caviar in patent boxes.
Candles, Salt water Soap,- French Chocolate,
Cases Con'eclionery, Marzipan, and other Sweetmeat,
Vinegar in Demijohns and Barrels, Grocery Paper,
Paper Bags fur Urocers, Ac, Ac, Ac.
Ale, Iorter, &c.
24 DIHereut Brands of the Bet Hungarian
Wiucsi iu catet.
Cases RHINE WINES, such os. Lielfrauenmilch,
Geisenheimer. Hochheimer, Niersteiner, Rudesheimer, Deides
heimer, Bocksbeutel, warranted genuine, Medoc 1862, Medoo
1844 in eases. Sauterne, liaut Sauterne. .
Cases CLARtT of other brands, such as, Chat Litaes,
La Grange, Leoville, Chaiabertin.
Cases Sherry and Portwine, Cafes Marachino,
Cases Malt Extract, Cases Nnrrlhauser Biantwein,
Cn--s Scotch and Irish Whiskey, Nordhauser Kummel,
Nordhnuser double Kummel, Cases French Cognac,
Cases Swedish Punch, Cases Swedish Cocktail,
Angostura and Boonekamp Bitters,
Casee Best and Real Holland Gin, warranted,
Cases Imitation Holland Gin, Brandy, Gin and Rum In casks,
Dcetjen A Schroder's Star brand Ale in pints and quarts,
Deetjen A Schroder's Star brand Porter, iu pints and quarts,
Norwegian Beer in pints and quarts,
Marian's Draft Ale in casks.
Alcohol in demijohns aud kegs, Beltzer Water,
GI.OTIII1VO, MATS, &c.
Ladies' new styles Hats and Bonnets, '
Children's new s.yles Hats, Gent's new styles Felt Hats,
Ladies', Gent's and Children's Gloves,
Coloied Kid Gloves for Ladies and Gents, Suspenders, Garters,
White Pique Vests, Fine blue Sacs, BUck A blue Cloth Pants,
White Duck Sacs, Pants aud. Vests, Orlean A Alpacca Sacs,
Prima Pants, Figured Moleskin Pants, Figured Victoria Pants,
Silk Umbrellas, whalebone frame extra siaes,
Ladles' Silk Umbrellas, Black, Brown tf Blue Cot to i Umbrellas,
A complete assortment of Gent's Liae'D ai.d Paper Collars.
Neckties, Men's white and gray heavy Merino ilalf Hose.
Jinn's. Jiod Boy's heavy brown Cotton Sock?, ... .
Ladies' superior white stockings, ' Merino Undershirts and
Drawers, extra srzes. Browo Cotton Undershirts, "
Pilot Reefing Jackets, Monkey Jackets, Waterproof Coats,
White Cotton Handkerchiefs hemmed, Superior, white linen
and lawn Handkerchiefs, Mourning Handkerchiefs,
Calico and Madapolam Shirts, c, lte.t &c.
BLANK BOOKS, such as. Ledgers, Journals, Day Books, Cash
. Books, Stock' Books. Account Books, Copying Books,
Note Books, Book Folios, Octave Bonks,
Bill, Cap and Letter Paper. Pens and Pen Holders,
Ink, Copying Presses, 4e.. ifC, sc.
Wkits Lead and Zinc. Black and Green Paints, Linseed Oil,
- Sheet Lead, to., Ac. -
Two Rosewood Cottage Pianos !
, . MELODEONS.
Best Eau de Cologne, Pomatums,
Hair Oil, Fioa Perfumes, Toilet Soaps, 4c, c, Ac.
Cases Nicknscs snd Fancy Articles, Toys and Dolls,
Jack, Butcher and Pen Knives, Water Monkeys, Silk Beltings,
Ribboos, a large assortment, Feathers and Plumes,
Artificial Flowers and Wreaths, G. p. Round Combs,
Dressing aud fine Tooth Combs. Ladies Dress Trimmings,
Fine Kmbroideries, Corks, Best of German Cigars,
Black Hat Ribbons, Black Polished Fence Wire, a good srtlcie,
Hoop Iron, Manila made Rope, Hemp Sail Twine,
Walking Sticks, Violin Strings, flnoks and Kyes, nair Pins,-
Meerachaum Pipes, Ornamental Globe Table Lamps,
Watches, Window Glass. ic, Ac, Ac.
GERMAN. BERK EMIUE I
VIA SAN FRANCISCO, "
GOODS SUITABLE FOR
AI,.L TRADES. ,
DRY GOODS, HARDWARE,
CROCKERY, CUTLERY, HOSIERY,
: 4-c, Ac, Ac.
And Direct via Panama!
Cases Prints, rialils,
White and Dark Ground Prints,
' Tweeds, Casgiueres and Cloths,
White and Brawn Lang Cloths,
Boots and Shoes for Ladies, Gents and Children,
' Denims, Brilliants, and
NTTMEBOUS OTHEB AETICLES STJIT-
M far the Trade.
BOSTON PER CEYLON!
CASES DOWNER'S BEST KEROSENE OIL,
CASES BEST AMERICAN CARD MATCHES,
BALES AM. HEAVY AMOSKEAG DENIMS,
Ve ate., fee, e.
-A.XX tlao atooirei are
For Sale on the Most Reasonable
TERMS, AND LIBERAL TO PRICES,
C O U N TRY D EA L E R S
Are particularly fnvitrd ta exaaias
Mf Slock kef.re Porcbasiar
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
2 3m ; s i i f i - t . s f FORT STREET.
BUY YOUR HARDWARE AND CUTLER
THE HARDWARE STORE, NO. 95 KING STREET
TUE UNDERSIGNED HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE TUB FINEST A8R0Rt
I mkmt OF THE ABOVE NAMED GOODS THAT CAN BK FjCND IN THIS MARIRT.
We have also made a Speciality of
Paints, all Colors, in Oil and Dry.
HUBBUCK'S BEST LINSEED OIL, RAW AND BOILED
jll Kinds or Varnisli, Best Q,io.lity.
PAINT, VARNISH. AND WHITE WASH BRUSHES. IN GREAT VAR,tTr
AND ALMOST EVERY OTHER KIND OF BRU6H THAT MiY BB WANTtD.
ATIV KINDS CAEEIAGE MTERIAL j
DOWAUK?S BEST KEUOSEWE OIlM I
nTAmfl 8 Card Watches, always on hand. n
OUR GOODS ARE GOOD, AND
A. 17. PIERCE & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE A
SHIPPING AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS !
COTTON AND HEMP DUCK, FROM O
Hemp and Manila Cordage, aU Sizes !
HEMP AND COTTON TWINE,
BLOCKS OF ALL SIZES 1
' Patent, Iron Strapped and Bushed, 3 to It Inches.
Jib Hanks and Mast Hoops, .
Sheaves, bushed and patent ;
jlooks aud Thimbles, Connecting Shackles,
Boat Timbers, stems and sterns !
Oars, of all loxa.et3a.asi
Rowlocks, Bushings, Steering Braces, Boat Nails,
Wrought Nails, Cat Nailf, Rivets of all Sises,
PAINTS OF ALL KINDS!
Kerosene, Whale and Sperm Oils !
Tar, Bright Tarnish, Pamp and Rigging Leather, Copper and
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF, PORK, PICKLES,
Preserved Meats, Pie Fruits. Green Corn,
Green Peas, Spices, and various other Groceries.
Also, Brand's Bomb Lances !
Pelrce'a Whaling G ana.
TABLE, DAIRY AND COARSE SALT,
from the Puuloa Bait Works.
PERRY DAVIS r'80NS PAIN-KILLER, "
And Various other Mercnandise
CAREFULLY SELECTED, FROM TUB ,
California, Eastern & European Markets
Orders from the Other Islands carefully attended to
NEW HOTEL BU.LBIHG
TERm OF YEA It S !
miHIS HANDSOME- THREE-STORY
JL BUILDING, now being erected In HONOLULU, will be
reaoy ssr occupancy on the
1st: of January nozjct, and.
frill t Leased from that date on Favorable Teraia
IT IS BUILT EXPREcSSLY
FOR A FIRST-CLASS HOTEL
'- - - - And to this and
la Fitted wick all the Appliance necrssari
te the Baslaess,
The Premises are in the Central part of the
Are spacious, and well shaded with trees, and but a short
distance from tbe steamers' wharves.
It has Entrances from the Four
Street that ben ad the Black,
And, beside the main building, there are several COT
TAGES which will be leased, If desired to enlarge the
HOTEL is BUILT of CONCRETE,
UO feet It 75 feet, with Broad Verandahs
on the front and rear aides, and
Contains Fifty-eight Rooms !
The Dining and Billiard Roosos are each 69 by Si Ladles'
Parlor, 23 by 82. Genu' Parlor. 16 by 82. and tbe Bed-rooms
can ee usea siogij or in ites.v t t , ; , . 4 j !
. "Water from the Government Pipes,
Is laid on in all the rooms, and mains for gas have been laid
to be distributed to gas banters, when gas may be Introduced
THIS HOTEL HAY BE LEASED FOR A
' Teraa mf Year,
kvA It offers a first-rate chance for the establishing of a
Profitable and Permanent Business.
, Parties desiring to Lease may apply t the
anl9 . FINANCE OFFICE.
Ex Excelsior from Liverpool
AND i I , r. t.
Iolani Trom Boston.
SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED
Finely Perforated Brass Plates for Cen-
trifaf ala, SS.OO, eaeb.
COARSE G ALVANIZED WIRE CL0TH3,
Mad expressly for Centrifugals.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
" ' 'BAB. AUD' BOD IBON:
HONOLULU IRON WORKS C0.1
Fish Nets, Lines, nooks & Seine Tilnp,
WILL BE SOLD VERY LO J
mitMIOIIAIVI a o.
Ex Haw'n Bark R. W. Woof
From Columbia Hive
M . . . . W HM . H . . . . . I
Bi ajwun, siAina r amiiii,
HAMS, Bpaulding's Sugar Cured.
8 A LM O N West's Packing, In bbls. k kf. si
OATS, best Oregon
, BRAN, SHOTS AND
W II EAT, new crop.
CIDER, Fresh, In ktgt and half barrrli.
For Sale at Low Prices by
u" . II. HACKFELD a (J
GROCERY & FEED STOr
TAi LLOYD BEGS TO NOTIFY TT
as nil hi in thai hat Kss snnMtsh aasl ka i. a.
late firm of Crowd. k Co., and that be will ocilo
hiialttsaaa nf t 1
' Grocer, Baker and Feed Stor
OLD STAND, No. 74 FORT t
where be lotrnds to keep constant! oo land,
The Best the Market affords in his J
. And where h will be Lapp? to ntetbts old enttoaf
TV - -V . . . . 3
. ioors upenat uayiigh
N. B. Orders from the other islands will meet vitk
ftUSTOM MADE DOUBLE SOLE B
llenkertta cottons made Dress Edcel;
Ilenkert'a' Custom Made Square
, -Boot a, ' J J .
rteakert'a Cnatoan Hade Pomp Sola D
Benkert'a Button Side Gaiters,
.Benkert's Panp Hhoea,
Benkert'a Oiford Ties, Ac, Ac.
Splendid Supply of tbe abort
, LATELY RECEIVED,
And Every Pair Warranted to Giv
Late Invoices of French & Au
loots ana iiou .
IT QUALITY. I
Corner Fort sod aterchsnl
f 'ia hex
FROM THE MANUFAC1W
A FINE BJLECTI0N
GERMAN AND AVA
PORTO R. CO SMOKING TOBACCO
Ji a ai
TDRKISH SMOKING TOBACj
kZi:j:y - varinas kak
. ETC .''- - ETC.,
ALSO, PER LATE ABBiMi
11 I All!
f , A NEW LOT or
'J;. Ill . . . .
DIanila Cigars & Cnee
FOR SALE AT TOE OLD AND Tfl?'"
. RESORT .
Corner Queen and Nuuao
r for oi
1 I .....
H. I. NOM t ycatei
Hoootulo. Sept. 10th, 187L
5 wi a un
New Hawaiian Publicatl
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eJoond edition, r.rid an-1 ta I i . ,
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