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VOL. XVI-NO. 30. j
HONOLI LT, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JANUARY 20, 1872.
HOLi: NO. 817.
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ARRIVAL OF THE NEVADA.
J i Icr from fM Zealand ami
Ttm U. S.. N. Z., i A. S. S. Serada, Captain
J; .tutu, arrived un Tueolaj, Jan. 10th, fr .rn
incy Der. 33d, and Aockiand lx 30tb. We
are iadebtol to Mr. Alley the polite Purser of the
.'i fnla, for full (ilea of Col rwal papero.
The .Woatcfu on her last trip down arrived in Port
Jackson on the loth of December, carrying two days
liter telegraphic news from London, than that re
eeiaed via Saex S ys tbe .Wra-fa' report :
n the '.list of November, at 2 3 p M . arriving
off the htrbor of Psga Psga, in the Island of Tutuilao,
of tbe Nirigator Group, the ship wts stopped, when
Mr William H. Webb, accompanied by two passen
ger" (mail agent, Mr "Jray, and Ciptain Edwards,
I Sydney), proceeded in the ship's boat in charge
.f firt officer, Mr Davies. to the harbor of Paga
Paga, and landed at tbe chiefs house, who received
tfii-'u in a eery cordial and welcome manner, express- t
. . - v. .. at. sv.Kk. tt. . i.
lib ' i ii ij. i. wish !. i. ne'F iiiiiLux juiiii ' 1 1 ici
to enter tbe commodious and remarkably
fine ovxeaaible harbor, so well situateJ for a coaling
station. At 6:80 P. M. . Mr. Webb returning, re
sumed oar course tow rd Auckland.
London telegraphic dates at Sydney were only
to Nov. 27-
Several meetings and movements have been re
ported in our columns contemplating an expedi
tion to New fiuinea. Told in few words, a num
ber of adventurous pei!e invite tbe cooperation j
of others each venturing 10 on the project.
They propose to hire a vessel, to obtain mining
in in ii-fiis, to urns themselves: with muskets, and
to proceed to the south eastern shore of New Qui- j
tiea. Tlie expedition is intended to ijuit Sydney
on the liotli of the present month.
New S)Ctm Wales Tbe submarine cable from '
Java to Port Darwin was successfully laid on the
Jih November, and is working well. The South ;
Australian line is incomplete, sod an officer of that
colony was sent to Normanton to forward despatches
there. It is probable that the Government, in con
nection with the Governments of the other colonies, '
will take steps to ensure telegraphic communication I
with Europe at once. This could be accomplished by
tbe running of a steamer between Port Darwin and j
tie- bead of tbe Roper, and then by couriers to the I
point at which tbe land telegraph has already been
Tbe observations on the eclipse of the sun Decem
ber 11th, were aseless on account of had weather.
The P. S., iVrrca, which leaves for San Kran
riseo to-day, will be the bearer of the largent
tiargo that has yet been sent by this route. The
liberal terms offered for the conveyance of mer
eh:imlise by rail from San Francisco to the East
ern cities of the United States have induced i
shippers to forward wool and other produce by
the mail hunts. We notice upon the manifest of,
the St roil a an entry of two boiea of gold, con- j
taining 2,U27 oz., 13 dwt., shipped by the Bank
of New Zealand. This is the first parcel of bullion
that has been sent by the American line, local !
banks having hitherto either shipped to England I
by nailing vessels direct, or sent via Suez. We
understand the agent of the California line have !
undertaken, on very moderate terms, tc deliver '
the gold a the Bank of England. Loudon; and
How that satisfactory arrangements for forward
ing good have beeti completed, we hope ttie. lino
vjvill be regularly taken advantage of ny all the
hanks for similar shipments. With such ship
ments as w jol. which is subject to a fluctuating
and unsettled market, despatch in delivery is a
very important consideration, and in forwarding
thut staple to America the advantage possessed
by the mail steamers over sailing vessels very
considerably overbalances the small additional
cost of freight. &uth Cross D'C. 30.
Auckland papers of the ?Sih ult. My : NVe re
gret to bare to recur. 1 no less than three fire since
the date of our lost TTome summary, two of which"
appear to have been the work of incendiaries. The
first was the burning of the new Mu-ic Hall, built
on the site of tbe oue burnt down, also by iucen
diarisM. in Jannary last. The late building was
it.it very uiu.-h larger, but was more complete in
its appointments snd mi u e artilicitlly elegant then
i - pr lec.ssor. The Are occurred on tbe morning
C -he loth, and in two hours the whole building
was in ashes. XI. 000 reward has been offered, but
at present no doe, we believe, has been found by
whi'-h to bring home the jroilt. It 'ems difficult
to account for the motives which evidently have
actuated some person or persons thus twice to burn
duwn a lame and valuable public buildinir. Thi
ll .11 and contents were in-nred for 2 UK) in thi
New Zealand Insurance Company. On th follow
ing night a fire occurred, accidentally it is sup
posed. tt If awkeswood's foundry in Chapel-street,
and by it ei ht buildings were d'estroyed.
The" labour trade in the South Seas is fast pro
ducing the results the late lamented Bishop Patte
son anticipated. Almost every arrival from the Is
lands bring intelligence of murders committer! and
vengeance taken. From our papers we find tbst
the CJueen.land Courts have a-entenced one of these
tr tilers to live year's imprisonment and a fine of
jC'.i). If only a few more can be taken and justice
done to them we might hope to see sorjrie improve
ment ultimately, but the mischief that has been go
ing on for two or three years past will take looge-yea-s
to undo, and indeed it is questionable whethr
er Europeans will now ever get a footing on the
islands of the South S.-as. otherwise than by force
ti'KEvsi. wd. The struggle between the con
tending parties in the Legielaturc shows no signs
of abatement, nor does there appear to be much
prospect of concession. Mr. Scott, tbe Chairman
of Committees, tabled the following motion :
That this house will, at its next pitting resolve
itself into a committee of the whole, to consider
of an addreM to the (iovenior, praying that his
Excellency, taking into consideration tbe etopJ
page of all public business by the persistent ob
structive action of several members of the Legis
tive Assembly usually resident in Brisbane, will
be pleased at once to prorogue Parliament, and i
call it together again at an early date at Spring- '
Mure, or such other place except Brisbane as he
ma v deem beat, so as to censure some probability
of the busineaa of the coautry being carried on'
Pr. Macartney, late President of the Royal Com
mission in Fiji, has been lecturing in Auckland on
Fiji and the Labour Traffic. He defends tbe latter,
if carried on in a proper manner, maintaining that
it i-1 to the advantage of the natives to be brought
In contact with Europeans. That such a notion is
utterly erroneous is well known to those who bare
traveled in tbe South Seas, and who are well aware
that the worst characters to be found in the Pacific
are those natives who have mixed with Europeans.
Masonic. Some short time since a number of
Freemasons met at Levuka. for the purpose of
taking into consideration the desirability, and the
best course to adopt in the interest of the Order,
of establishing a Masonic Lodge at Levuka. when,
af'.ar due deliberation, it was resolved that a Ma
sonic Lodge should be formed at Levuka to be
named Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons. Poly
nesia :" and that an old member of tbe craft in
Sydnev should be advised on the subject, and re
quested to obtain all the necessary requirements i
for carrying out tbe wishes of the brethren. By a
recent arrival everything required having been re
ceived, it was resolved, at a second meeting, to
open the Lodge on SL John's Hay. the 27tb instant.
Some idea of tbe state of the labour market in
Otago mav be f irmed by the following extract
from the Otago Witness : The invitation by the
Citv Council of applications from candidates for
tbe" office of watchman, at tbe belt tower, at a sal
ary of s per annum, was answered by 48 appli
cants. Many of them were highly recommended ;
in f.ft rh Vavor's desk was oiled with testimo
From the Fijis.
Zmland papers r"civeil
Frnm New .falari'l papers r'--.ive'l by the
.Y-. I'M. we Lave dates trotn tbe Kingduu of Fiji j
In the 9tli of December, from wbicb we glean tbe, i
following item" of interest.
Parliament was in sv-i'.n. and fbe f.,llowi')ir are
tbe lending items of tbe UinJgi. wbicb Lad been
br ugbt before tbe House :
E-tiftia' d. revenue for tL- nrtHnciul year end j
30th June, &72 : Excise. GS7 ; territorial, t&t,
400: porta and barbora. 142: pontage. 1.331;
feeg. 2Ji'M; fines and forfeiture?, lSS ; miscella
neous. 795. Tbe estimated expenditure for tbe
aame term U. in round numbers, us follows: Civil
lit, al tries. 3.15u; Legislative AMCMblj, sala
ries. 787: contingi-ii'-ie i;:?74. Land- smi! Works,
aalarie.-, $ 733 : contingi-nciea. 1.093, t.'bief S-f-retary,
salaries, 3.420: conting. ncies. jtl.897. ;
Tri-a.iirer. salary. jI : otllMiirtycica, JCIaO.
Trade and Comue-ro-. Mlarsra, 701 : contingen
cies. 72. Native atfaii i. :tlat i-. 590 ; con- '
tingencies, 133. ."ome inor- gem ral paitu ulars
of the -xpeuditiire are as follows: Tbe King's
privy pur-e. l.i00; Private Secretary. 200;
Speaker of the House. 500 ; Ministers, 2,500 :
Chief Secretary Postal. 1b0: Chief .Secretary
Judfcial. 3.130: N'ative afTuiro Ptilice. .32.
Tbe total estimated ret enbe is about 3 ;'i93. and
I the estimated expemiiture 20.231 . showing a sur
plus in tbe Iieasnier a favor or nearly JL3.4U0.
Tb- official roll of electors (white settlers) in
the Kingdom of Fiji shows a total of 7fiy. The
districts are: Levuka. 246; Oralaa, 10; Tai
Levu, 68: Korotubu and Nanaim, 46 ; Nadi. 27
N'avna and cuva. 64 ; Nadroga, 4'1 : Lower Kewa,
2'J ; Cpper Ren i. o0; Central districts. 21; Boa.
25 ; Macuata and Dreketi. 4H ; Yiwiwhi, 20 : East
ern group. .8 : Kadavu. 10 : Ba and Titvua. 25.
Tbe Parliament of the country appears to be doing
good work, and several useful measmes have been
passed. The Cpper House consists exclusively of
Fijian chiefs, nominated by the King. They have
tbe power of making suggestions on bills passed
by the Lower House, all of which bills have to be
submitted to the Peers before being sanctioned by
the King : but if the suggestions, after reconsider
ation by the Lower HuBSe. he not adopted, the
bills become law ami leceive (he sanction of the
King in their original form. The functions of the
Peers are therefore more showy than real. Their
sittings are opened with prayer, and we observe
that a severe reprimand was. by order oi the
House, publicly given to Ttii I'reketi. one of the
most powerful chiefs in the country, for appealing
in a stale of intoxication at a previous sitting.
The President is Maafu, a chief whoe position and
iiiduei.ee are second only to the King. He is by
birth a Tongan. dresses in European clothing, and
is not only of high character hut an able, weil
informed man. much respected by all about him.
The Fiji Q t - tle. of the 26th of November, states
that information reached Levuka the previous
evening of the capture of the murderers of Messrs.
Warbui ton. Kington, Bobaaa and Whitaker, and
the fate of the Jerry. Mr. I'eos. who anived from
Nadi. states that Mr. Duncan Murray was leaving
his home on one of the Yass.iwas Islands in a
small vessel when he saw u schooner sailing
strangely, which attracted his attention. He ap
proached her. and she altered her course, steering
towards the Be area! chore, the Island of Beva. on
which they ran her. and landed. Mr. Murry there
upon went to her assistance, when he found them
to be Solomon Islanders. They inquired if the
Island was Taiina, and subsequently asked for
food, and assistance to get the vessel off. They
also said they had been at work in Fiji, had bought
the schooner fcr eighty pigs, and were on their (
return home. Subsequently, they confessed they
were runaways of the MoT vet. and murderers of the .
above named gentlemen, whom tbey said they had
killed and eaten. It also appears they have killed
and Rated three of their own companions. They '
were secured by tbe Fiji men of Beva. and are
now in custody.
The island slave tiade. in spite of (he difficulties
and dangers with wbicb it is attended, was still I
carried on vigorously. The lollowiug is an extract
from a letter received a short time back from one
of the Marshall Group Islands : ' There are a good j
many French and English slaveis among these is
lands mi the look out for labourers. They are
neither more nor less than slavers, and many of
them cold blooded iHiirdererc a great number of
natives have been kidnapped and sent to Tahiti
and the Fijia, and. in some islands, where form- rly
oue could trade with safety, it is now quite dan
gerous to land. We uever 9ee or hear of men-of-war
io this quarter of the world. An Vmericaii
frigate, the Jamesti''rn. called about a year ago at
one island but for all the good she did she might
have stayed at home. I have written Io toe Ooflsul
Ceiieral at Honolulu, and probably there may be '
some notice taken of this traffic. It is sickening to
read in the papers how every care is takeu to ship
none but those who are willing to go. when we see
aud know every means are takeu to kidnap tbe un
willing, and shoot dowu any who offer tbe least re
sistance to their capture.
lu the Fijian Hons of Representatives, Colyne!
I! aiailton asked ihe Hon. the Chief Secretary. It
any steps are to be Taken ty The iiovernment to
bring to ju-tice certain parties, who. it appears
from the inquest recently held, run down a canoe
-and brought here, and afterwards held as slaves
bound dowu on board the Gnnbria. two Ifalicolo
men. who were afterward charged with the mur
der of Messrs. Pulford and Thorp?" From the
report of the inquest which had appeared in the
Fiji I'. - it Would appear that the two Ifalloalo
men had been' I idnapped and brought here, and
afterwards Healed in a most barbarous manner, ull
which had resulted in the murder of two unlortu
nate young men. Mr. Burt agreed with the bon.
member's remarks. The Government of which he
was a member had communicated with the New
South Wales Government, with a view to the pun
ishment of men who might at present be in the
colonies, but who had been guilty of misdemeanour
in the labour traffic of the South Seas. The partic
ular offence on which the question bore, had oc
curred in a British vessel outside this kingdom, and
therefore the Government could no do anything in
the matter. The Fiji Gazette quotes Sir Alfred
Stephen. C. J.. in proof of the act ot the Malicolo
men b'-ine ju-titlable homicide. It has been proved
that tbe Malicolo men were kidnapped, and British
law says that a kidnapped man may try to regain
bis liberty by any means, even by taking the life
of those holding him.
On the 6th of Iecember. the British Consul bad
a collision wub an official of the Fiji Government,
w-bicb mav result in getting up a grievance, after
the fashion in Hawaii iit-i. some thirty or forty
years ago. A public meetiug of "Briti-h subjects
was held at Livuka on the 3th. at which it was
stated by the Chairman that tbe Cousul. on at
tempting to board a vessel lying in the bay. the
Peri, had a pistol pieseuted at him, and his lite
threatened by an employee of the so-called Gov
ernment, He argued that the Peri was a British
vessel, as no bill of sale bad been registered which
would vitiate her register. The British flag bail
been insulted, and it was for the raeeting to decide
if they would sulfer it." The following resolutions
were passed: ' That in the opinion ot this meet
ing, the British Sag has been grossly insulted
through Her Majesty's Consul, and we strongly
condemu the action of the so-called Government
employee on board that vessel, and the authority
under which he acted. That this meeting has ar
rived at the conclusion, from information laid
betore it, and the admisMons of Mr. Gi ugh. that H.
B. M.'s representative and the British flag have
been grossly and unwaratitably insulted on board
of tbe ship Peri, and that the man who did so has
been clearly proved to be under tbe instructions ot
the so-called Fijiau Government. That this meet
ing also convey to Mr. March their thorough
approval of his conduct under the circumstances,
and their willinguess. if he should call upon ibem,
to see ample satisfaction given him in this matter."
In accordance with the resolutions, a deputation
waited on the Consul, who. after thanking them,
said that the insult bad been offeied to the British
flag, and be considered it the duty of British sub- j
jects to support him in this juncture. Briti.-h
subjects, he said, composed 90 per cent, of tbe
white population of the Islands. He would not
counsel any violent measures to gain redress, as
hi position was such that he could afford to await
tbe arrival of a man-of-war, when an opportunity
would be afforded tbe deputation of urging their
views on tbe present te of affairs, respecting the
interests of British subject? in the Fiji Island"
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S. MAGNIN & Co.,
IMPORTERS a M DEALfRS IX GEN
UAL UKUi H ANDIbK.
I1. . Good, CtOtkaOC, Bvii aud alatOSj axl Oent'i K-r' .
mil Nuuanu ?t., rrrr.tr of Marine, H jn..!ulo. II I ly
A. C. SMITH,
arsROC ER AND SHIP ( HANDLER,
a.a H A Hi a, Hal I.
Money ai.J ataotwtts fllrnluel to s'ljiin on fsilB tstf Tenaa.
j i6 ly
H. HACKFELD & Co.
Ci E N E R A I
O NI M ISMON At
H. E. McINTYRE k BROTHER,
1 ROCERY. FEED STORE AND RaKERV
M Cvrner of KiiiK and Fort Streeta,
a."0 ly Honnlulu. II. I.
AYSSLBtm. F. B. uartiitiEN
HAYSELDEW BROS. .
I R V OOOIIS
FA K C V
JL9 flmii'S AND I'L'iTUI.VU
Coraerof Fort and Kin sts. (slrl lyj Honolulu
ER OF AND DEALER
I M POR
44 Fi.rt rtreet.
BACCO ANU CIUAKe,
lloinlulu, II. I.
C. BREWER & CO.,
OM MISSION AND SHIPPING
(.sulv 1 )
ALEX. J. CARTWRICKT,
CIOM MISSION MERCHANT AND
fcKAI, BMimNQ AGr.sn
Honolulu. Hawniian Inlands.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO
AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, su Islands. julT ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
O N O EI I.C. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DKAW BILI.s OF KXCHANuE ON
The Rank of California San Francisco
Messrs. I.cea & Waller New Yolk
TrsjBBOOt National Hank h..ttn
Oi i. utal Il.uk Corporation IsWsllim
Oriental Hank Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne
and A aft la ail
Agents for Pacific I nan rat ce C-uipany, of Sau Francisco,
and for the Mauhattan Lite Insurance Company of New York.
Ke'eive Deposits, Discount First-class business Paper,
attend to Collecting, &c, c. my JO ly
e. hoffmTnn, m. d.7
1BHT8ICIAN AND SI KGEON, CORNER
Merehaiil and Kaahuiuanu Sts , near the Poat-otlice.
an IS ly
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
WILL CO NT I N I" E THE OEVERAE
MULCH AN DISK and BB1PINJ Bl SINK.-S at the
above port, where they arc prepared to furnish the justly cele
brated Kawathau Potatoes, and auch other recruits as are
J required by whale ships. Ht the shortest notice aud on the
most reasonable lernia. (uu 1; r IltH W UOU UN HA S D.
DILLIPJGHAE k CO.,
AND DEALERS I N II A it D-
Cutlery, Dry floods. Paint and Oils, and Hencral
No. 9a Kiii- Streel, Honolulu.
COMMISSION" MERCHANT AND GEN
Agent for tbe Paukaa and Arnauulu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese aud Foreign Uoodt
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
Io New M"ne Store, Nuuaou Street, b.-low Kl: g. julO ly
W. C. JONES,
A TTORNEV AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
J Will practice in all the Courts ot the Kingdom. He
Will attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai, Maui and
Hawaii, and visit either etf those Islands
on special bsjolat ss.
aul9 Office next door ta C. C. Beunef.'s Store. ly
D. N. FLITNEK,
CONTINUES H1SOLD BCSINESS IN THE
Fire-proof buil.ln.g. K.atiumanu Street,
Chronometers rated by observatior.s of the sun and starv
with a transit instrument accurately adjuateo to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
Hue watch repairing. Sextant and ijuadrant
glattes silvered nd adjusted Chart3 and
nautical instruments constantly on
jy29 hand and for sale. ly
L. L. TORBERT
DEALER IN ALL KIN DS OF BULBING
Painta and Oil, Wall Paper, Window ai .1 Picture Glass,
Sash, Bl'iida. Doors, Ac, Ac
UVffCO No. 20 r. i i asadk, (a2 ly) OWTMIVO CofRT Hocsk
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AN D DEALER IN GENER AL
a29 Queen Street,
R. H. STANLEY.
A TTORNEV AND t'Of.NSELOR AT LAW.
OFFICE in Rhodes' Fire-proof Building, KaaLumanu
.,16 Street, Hoi. lulu. 2ui
ED. HOFFSOHLAEGER &
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION
I ( HANTS,
Corner of Fort and Merchant streets.
in li ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
1NO, Boot, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Jewelry. Peifuuiery.
Pocket Cutlery, and every descript...u of Beat Superior
Furnishing Goods. XT Ber.kert's Fine Call Dres Hocta,
aiways on hand.
N. E. Coasaa of Fort asd MaaOBAn Stekets. ja7 ly
E. P. ADAMS,
41'CTIONEER A N D COMMISSION M ER
Queen Street, Honolulu. H. L ja4 ly
a. w. iron.
J. 8. LATTO
JUDD & LAYTON,
ND PROVISION DEALERS.
r Grocery and Feed Store,
CaT Farr. ly Grocery and Feed Store,
58 Fort Street. Honolulu. dlO ly
C. F. NICHOLS, M. D.,
OMEOPATHIC PHVSICIAN. CORNER
fit aod Mrrci.ar.t streets. At urhce. lorenoon after s ;
to 6 P. M. House, 9S Beretania Street. jyl 6m
TOBACCO & CI6AK STORE,
NO. 4 4 FORT STREET.
iO NST A NT LY ON HA N D TU ECHOIC EST
Fine C nt Chf hId? and Suoktos Tl)"ro,
TarUsb, Kasstaa A navana Cii;arritos
Haana. drrman aud
t igar Case, Tobarro Cases,
(icarrito Paper, ripe Cleaner.
Meerschaum, Briar Wood and other
I3 1 13 E S !
"KILAUE A" SMOKING TOBACCO!
So well known fr Its purity and freshne., being prepared
from the beat article of Natural Leaf
oT ly d30 II. BOIXMAMM, Ra 41 Fort Street.
TO P la A A TERS!
FOR SALE BY
I LI. I N C H A M Si CO
So 95 KINO STRFFT
R. WHITMAN & CO,,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Saddles,
II t It fr.s. M
drecription it artioie io oi
EV ER V
shoe. Saddle. HarBr- A. iarriser Leather.
Conataatlv on hand.
Special attepliiwi paid to Carriage Tl ISBBtlsg and Truck Work.
XT Ordrra frin the Mtn-r isian la aolicited. n.1 prucDptly
Ka S3 K i ii x St.. Saga al lb. Uarar.
Boaaaiaia, II. 1
A. D. BOLSTER,
llonse. ship, safes, (arrtsge Oraamratal Paint l.:
In' all it tranche
AT THE OLD ST1.NI). K A A III Ml N" I
Street, aid exerute all orders In his hoe with proosptneas.
. at luar rau-n, sad in at good style a any.
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE l.NDERSIG NED WOILD R E-
speetfiilly inform the uhlic that he Is prepared to cast
aud finish all klBait of Oraaa aud couipomtioii work will,
dispatch and at reasonable ratea.
IT All kinds of ship and Btaatattta or' furnished oo abort
IT Constantly on hand, hose coupiinea of the following,
tires l.f.l. I. 2 and H- Also, oil oaas And gaue cocks
JAMKS A HOI'i'KK,
ailO ly Kine street.
.1 . FK AM V . I or
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this iuari.et
XT Old Furniture repaired
and Mnttrat4e of all de
scriptioiis mule loonier.
Mart t.uyitiK elsewhere call at SH and SS K lags! reel
HAYSELDEN & SON,
Builders and Contractors.
Are prepared lo cive es:imatei fir every kind of
Work coai.pcieil with the building trades.
Il. siderice corner of Nuuanu and Kukui Streets. aula
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer. Importer and Dealer in
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street; Workshop at
the old stand. Hotel street, mar Fort.
B. Orderb from the other islands promptly attended to.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Fort ami Hotel Streets, Honolulu:.
IT Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders atleii.Ud to pi oinptty. aul9 ly
McOOLGAN & JOHNSON,
ERCH A NT TAILORS. FORT STREET,
Honolulu, H. I , opposite Theod. C.Heuck'a. m-t ly
J. S. DICKSON,
House, Ship and Sign Painter. 92 King St.,
JK.ARLV OPPOSITE .NIFSSKS.
II AM k Co.
Qraininir. Marbling. Oildine. Caltotninr, Paper Hanging,
c, Ac. executed on the shortest noiice, and on the moat
rea-.liable term wyil 6ra
ALEX. CAMPBELL, TAILOR.
Rhodes' Building, up stairs (m13 ly) Honolulu.
J. H. WICKE,
CABINET MAKER, Alakea Street,
mj 13 Below the Theatre. ly
furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices.
1. at. OAT, SIM., W. G. WOoLifcY.
j. at. OAT, JK
J. M. OAT & CO.,
Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof
On the Wharf, foot of Nun inu Street, Honolulu, n. I
XT AH Orders in our Line executed with promptness aod
dispatch, and Wart Guaisnteed lo gtVO Satisfaction
kc ea si laaaaaaMI TO:
A. J. Cartwright. Escj. C. Brewer A Co.
A. VT. Petree a Co. C. A WitUaaat & Oo
H. H. Hackfeld A Co. Walker A Allen
Dowiett a Co. B illet A Co. Of
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a2l IloU-1 St , near the Drug Store ol E. Strehi tf Co. ly
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Nnnano I -T?ef. bet. Merchant and Qneen,
HAVE CON ST A N T L V O.N HAND
Stoves, Leaii Pipe, Uaiv. Iron Pie-, Plain and H.e
Bibbs, Stop Cocks. IHU Kublier Hoe bet d-ply in
lengths of fa and f0 fet, with Coupling tnd Pipe com
plete. Also, a very large stock of Tinware Of every detcrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the cititen of Honolulu, ar d Ihe Islandt gen
erally. f r their liberal patronage io the past, we hope by stiict
attention to boslneaa to merit the same for the future.
XT Order from the other Ialandt will be carefully attended
to. I 1
Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to the Oovcrnment Yard.
Orders for Hi use or Ship Work promptly attended to.
J. T. CHAYTER,
Ship and Oeneral Blacksmith,
Shop on tlir Ksplanadr. near thr Cas
Where he i. prepared to execute all order
in hit line with pron.t and in a workmanlike manner
Hortt-nhoeing Uonr with aeaar and dispatch, jail ly
P. D ALTON,
Saddle nud llanscs .Tlatapi.
KING .v TREET. HONOLULU.
.Carriage Trlnmtnr 1b
Brant In ".
Order from tbe other Islands promptly attended to
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
i r w : y & V o . ,
Manufacturers and Dealers
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Lt-leo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted!
Ordrr Lett al Ira Richardsta' Hoot
Shoe Slare will meet with prompt
WAY & TELFER,
Carpenters, Contractors and Builders
re art aura it laranlrarl far all
a irk omnecterl with the building irad.
fhop on the Kapianadr. oevt to Tirbert' marhlne
RAHE & SN ELL.
House Carpenters. Contractors. Builders,
I alum i Miait-ra, Turarr. Fir.,
C'Wii.-r (autre:, and F'irt si- . HaasMSa.
Brine practical meciiaiiK's 4 Iik MpBtltastL ae are
afaaosoi lo re utf all drsioiptioiis of ata-k u the
hU . lines, ailh pruiui'tilude. on r asobai'lr innia.
in a sat ml iLlOtJ b.ii'iier. j ,o Go.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY, NAVAL A SO tlVtl
"X A. X Ij O It .
fiaJ St , Beat fiaW IO Bradley's Barber Shop. Honolulu . I Iv
M . BEN Fl ELD,
Wagon :iud Carriage Builder. 74 ami
King Sirerl. Honolulu.
CAKRIAt. F.S in I LI TO ORDER
aud a irr allied.
BaW, particular attention firm o tl,,
uepaii:i.u of i chu i.es of h t hy tfBtTlttr
BlarkbaiitliiBg and Itm fl lEg farrltr. slga
i.nd Ornamental Painting . OWltaaji .'i imaiitir. Ac . Kill
ojirata be attended to in a m:,un. r to H AR
RANT SATISk At I ION.
J r Older. Irt. ill Hi i .rt . nl the -In d. pi i..pll rv. ,u d
W. DUNCAN, BLACKSMITH.
ON THE ESPLA N A D F. ,
work from Ship or Sli-irr will be aUen le.1 to
ner i . warrant salisf.u Ui.h. Jail ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper aud Ganger, at the Old Stand,
CORNER OF KINi; AND BETHEL
areata. A larre stork of nil. - . i K- and all
kinds of CiHiper:ii MateitaU c.natantly ou haiid
Also, Shop oa thr Ksplao.iilc urn llirlu imn ifuosr.
fir holies by attention o l.usinets to merit a continuance
of the patron ise which l.e has Lithrrlu enjoyeil, and for which
hr now returns his thanks. nil y
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
II AS CONST A NTLY ON HAND A D
.r Sale at the 1. m-i Market Prices, a kmI assort-
Uient of the Hest llelinrd Mar Iron, and the Ileal
Blacksmith s Dob. nil ly
A. CJ XX I INT I
to all older
LOCK. CHS a 6EHEK1L K l l 1 1 It I INK
He will rive sneeial attentioi. M cleaning, repairing alto reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and all other knuls of Light Machinery
aud Metal Work of every description.
ALSO. ON HAND AND FUR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing- Machines,
Unas, Pistols, shot, AmumiiitloB,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac. Ac.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Hinders, and nil other extra and
duplicate parta of Machines supplied un short notice
IT Best Machine Twlxl. jTJ,
COI.R A1KNT IN THI - lils III 'H I .j
The CeJ-brated Florence Sewing Machines.
ol7 Isilaiiil (r.lt'i-n SoliMtol. ly
THE BRITISH and r OR CIOM
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
R ATES. The clause in the Policiea of thit Company are
specially advantageous. THKO. H BATIKS.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE C0MP Y
labors Fire aod Life I'ollrirt
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS.-ALL
Claim .or Lrawea settled with promptitude,
nlh ly III EO. H. DAVIES, Agenl.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS
raviiE indersic;ned. agents of the
m ho. ton Board of I uderwrltert, BnY Masteis of Vessels
and other that all bill-, for Repairs mi Vessel, and all bills
for Oeneral Average purposes, rausl be approved by the Agenl
of the Boston Cnderwri'.ers, who must also be repreaerjtrd ou
ail surrey s, or such bills will not lie allowed.
ol ly C. BREWKK A CO., Agent.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
'MI F. CN DERSIGNED.
AGENTS OF THE
above Company, ha.' l rti authorized I
msiice risk on
Cargo, Freigbl nnil Trranare,
from Honolulu lo all ports of the work), aiwl vice versa
ol4 ly H. HACKFELD A Co
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND I 1)1 Mil l((. It.
establish bo, isosi
I nnil, 2.S3S.I I
I a .iii-I
rfMIE I NDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A P-
I I'UlNTED AHEM. s tor th- Sandwich lala d and are
aothonaed to Insure againit Fin- oaoo favorable term.
Risks taken in any part of ttm Islands on Wooden buildings,
and Merchandise atored therein. Dwell. ng Houte and Furni
ture, Timber, Coal. Shn. in harbor with or without cargoe of
under repair. 9 ly) KB. U.iFF;CHLAEOER A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL. aS.OOO.OOO l GOLD!
HMHE I NDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
I to issue policie on Eire n sk (villi or Withoat the aver
aff clause;, on Plantation baildiu.s and Machinery, Privala
Dwelliog., Briok. Stone at i 'Vorjeo Stores. Merchand.ae, Coala,
Lumlicr, Ship in Port, Ac, on the n. : favorable term
XT A II lu... mljuaK-d aurf paid lar h.-re X4.
For particulars pplv at tat ofhee a
WALKER A AI.I.KS.
aulvi ly A(eiiU for the Hawaiian I .lands
C. BREWER & CO.,
IOSTON AMi I'll I LA OF. I. I'll I A KOAKDS
OF I NDKhVAKliKKS
Master, of Veel visiting thi port io a disabled condition
and iosured in any of the Boston and Po ladelphi Offices,
mu.t have their r.p.-rts and ancuunts duly certified to by u.
9 3m O. BREVs EK A' CO.
BOOTS AND SHOES
MADE TO ORDER.
Lare Variety ol" Styles
friOR S K LE AT
lot F. A. SCHAEFER 4V (''.
2 Splendid Koscnood Cottage Pianos.
7 OCT ATS AM) 1 STRINGED, OF THE
very het i rrn-i manufacture, they are
Expressly made for a Tropical Climate.
js6 3ia For laol by 1I1K0D. C. HEI CK.
W ELL fl RED ISLA ND II A V
at ONE AND A HALF Cfe.NT PKR
offjaal JTDD A LAYTON '9
11' A ll.l hi MAI
in of I a 1 i
l l.l. 1.1. .V I
A (eiii a
riOM I IC Till. ,, I, All 1IA
i m rill i i
J t"r.. af ."near
aiiM-i i' r ii ii ,
i.n ruaaiaat iO aSOB
H i aai- in .(uaiitiliea ! Mil a,jr
11 it II HACKrtl l A
"1ROP OF 1ST I Sl; tll A mui.isskx.
. 14 in r..l ale I.) ' lilt AU I It a I .. , Ay. ilia
, FAMILY MARKET
i . it. BOl i.
CI. A-1 flit M.it frut fin-.! I.n.
M . IdiiinhM In -i l I
i .. 'i , i . 1
. laid. I
W. Piuehasa Wood, Stall No. 1CN
PM Tin rls I,
HKIi - I.E. V
i mi i ti t run
pul l . II. at Ot
BeoeiTiitg Frimo lioof
I tiii John
I'jiL. i s kanrh. Ualmrd. II.NSII
h h will II at
Tve Cents per Pound lor Choice Cuta !
lie has areured Ibe serrices if a prni Ileal laitrhrt I'leasa
01 Bin- h.m a call STALL NO. IO! I
M KSSIIs. ItOK IIOI.T A
Dl NN, Kill. hers. Nuuanu HIreel,
in Ii Io love's Mtraiu Hakary. are
.. .In. supply It -.- M alias. Vral an. I
ai. all hours, on the at reaaMaalde I -tins A shair of
rename solicited. Ja7 I
ici:ii tio i PSICBrf,
The t'ltdci sinned hereby g e n. i.oe Ihal fi.Mii and aftei
March 1st, 1 ST 1 , they are pr. pared Io
Til I -1 ,1..' n I A U TS..1.K.
rilllllHIl IJlt'II L.UEIOI11CI ! .11111 llir I'll Mil
grnerally with III
ml C. BKN IIOI.T A CO.
DUF FIN'S MARKET,
O. WALL EM,
Klflm strket, nmsm.ni.ti
1 Un AIM I'l, t vr 'l io
II Ceraaell, I'raarleler.
SVQ A R AND .MOI.ASSKN FROM TIII
Plsntatloii for sale in Iota lo auil purchaser Apply lu
SO ly UhO 0. MtLKAN, Agent.
kAI PAkllM PLANT TI0N MNM
NOW ( IIMINIJ IN,
A ND FOR MALE INI LOTM TO Nl IT
FOR NALE IN
Pt R UAbKUA, UV
A( HI I OK.
Honolulu, June 1st, l7l.
O NOME A PLANTATION
AJII.AK AND MO I. ASS is CHOP IM1II
e..n.,ng in, l..r sale in uiiablllle 10 auit punliaavi .
By WAf Kill A ALLEN, Agent.
II I I. O
a tf O A R AND MOLASMCS.I ROP COMINI
S 1 in aud f..i ale m .juaul.tira to suit p.ecl.. r. I.
HAUU a .M l. I N, Agenl.
r i . i a. a a j i a
Moluwoe Crop 18?0
COMING IN. POR NALR IN I A NTI
r I K v to ull or. I, . . by
J. ttm M ALKKB A ALI.RN, Ageid
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Ooat and Sheep Skins.
f 1IINST a NTH ON HAND AND FOR NALK
from the well-known
VFAIMBA TANNERY C. NOTLEV.
By (al lyl A S. CLKiiHoRS A CO , Ageul
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY
R LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor!,
Nt l.'ANU BTKEET
1)1 IO I .
M EDI CM a no navi
.ri hand aod made lo order.
..... . . .
1 II . A I'AVIl
II if , . ..! ,;,; liutler Irarki-r
JENS V I I M i.'tKKe Ae.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on t (. .h.te.t notiod
FAMILY BREAD, maile of Ihe Real Floui. baked jally a
alaa on hard.
.V at - KHOH'N ItREAIKiX IHE HIST WAUT
A II.. EV ER I DAI
,IN THE tlH K
Honrs from I I. H. to 10 V.
I a-stnlia, la lb Sailaro Haasr.
aeciiid Fr'day everdnf ol . h month rerved for th '
taatios or the Y
M C. A.
Living Yet, and has been Living"
Ilonnlnln thr Lad Fourteen Y tiara f Sc
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
IIOAOI.I 1,1 MfAP WOfitfiS!
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAP8 L
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Ooat Tallow ft
Have received ex late arrival fr.rn Ihe foiled
Europe supplies ol lue
Bst Material- lu
And will e.K.tii.ia to be in receipt of fraah sappllea by sleos
.' and sail.nx veaaeta, i pre par d lo five satisfaction to Ol,
Denlera nud Container of hi Mpeelaliir
VA tf will favor him with their trade.
S BsAU Oder left nt the Store of M. Mclnerny
importer a no oeaier to Boot and Hia, H R Corri
of Fori and Merchant rslreet., will he thank
fully received a' d promptly
alien led to.
W. J. K A WLINN.
PratAloal Saaa Holler.
jal4 ly lleo, Kiiin M.. II lula.
BICB, RICE !
Cleaned Rice from Koloa. Kauai,
CONHTANTLV on hand.
M A K E E
If LI P
IN Q.I A A riTIES TO 44VI
r A SCH aKFKR A CO