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Honolulu. Hawaiian 11nii1.
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Ccrtruclo of Wyoming.
BY ISDW-IOl IK IK.
I dreamed last night of Gertrude of Wyoming,
An 1 pictured uer the fif. of Eve's daughter.
Think ii,, with mom, her virtue I wwH sing
VM-n anug!y fifd w itfiiri our Pullman quarters.
Eut roaming to the Coiirr-room of Cheyenne,
I found my Ortm-le siiln g on the jury -
Ami lh-uht I siw her terrier was cayenne.
And uku arou.ed she would become fury.
ller locks were golden and her eyes were lIu-,
And l;p looked Ihio when c:osely pres.d together.
The face u ruddy, tho' it h.t-1 the hue
Which may be f.uul in lightest buckskin leather.
She gat upon a atifT hark"! painted chair.
Her feet stretched out upon the one before.
IVili brow deep knit ; and s.-eni.-d to have the air.
As tho h: d-Tiu' d thi courting ws a bore.
The while f.iir Gertrude sat with oilier men.
She .at about a much as they were doing
Th'y had tobacco in Iheir mouths .ut then
Thi noxious weed,; I hoped Ae was not chewing.
The counsel, in hi p--eru. ouce Mushed and stuttered,
V ben Gertrude laughed and was exceeding rude,
Whicb pained me t'ixt from my soul 1 ottered
Oh, Campb.ll ! Campbell : say, is this f.rrrtrude T
And say, are Wal legrave, Albert, Gertrude, all.
The mere creations of poetic brain ?
If so, my fine if atock has had a fall.
Ami age prevents my hu)ing in aijuu.
Aral bankmi thos, I sought the Pullman car
With b-aly wearied and with spirit sore.
Ami said, wnat humbug all the po t are
From ripencer, all the way to Thomas Moore.
One did a form of wondrous beauty draw.
Ami placed within an angel from above
But such a being no man ever saw.
And sura creation cannot win our lore.
And then, my memory called op one plain face,
WIkw heart I Ihinlt his heal with love for me.
Ami from my brow each writike woulJ crane
So thi de.ir being 1 will go and see.
Ho f.rewell, poet, to your guileful art
Y.m never more shall cause my soul to stray ;
For better far, the love of one pure heart,
W hen it is cased in our own kindred clay.
One brand of Cincinnati whisky is warranted
to cutaih 437 fights to tho barrel.
A gentleman, who named one of his pis Maud,
nys he did fa because she is continually "coming
into the garden."
The Chi-Mgo Tribune wants Dr. Livingston to
be brought back and then put under bonds to
keep out of Aiiieu.
Ah !" rouw?d Smith, as he contemplated his
extensive collection of New Year's bills, "how
true, i( it that in the luidst of life we are in debt."
ThtOJoston Post najs : "Mr. Fitzpatrick, of
New O lean, waa arrested for bathing his wife's
furcl.r.iJ withnmw. He probably thought she
was a blockhead. '
A Western editor fpeaks of his rival as mean
en-ugfi to f teal the swill from a blind hog !" The
rival retorts by wtjring ; "lie knows he lies; I
never tole his ttwiil !"
A murderer, who was recently hanged, told his
nrron.tinor miniate: "If I had received as much
Attention before being put into prison as I have
since, I should never have been here."
The MesmLi, Montana, Pioneer for I)ccemler
9 was printed mi a half sheet of wrapping per.
The edition consumed all that was lelt in town,
and the editor announced that tlie next edition
would be printed on gunny bag unlets it etopid
One of the so-called scmi-olTK-ial German pa
pets is of tlie optniou that the reh. llious bpirit of
tho inl.-.lwr mf of tf:e eonnuered provinces of
Alace and Ljrraine cannot be cured in this gen- i
eration, while it laughs at the idea of firing" the
French heart witli a nope ol ever reconquering
the disputed territory.
The Louisville Journal, referring to the fact
that oomehody is going to build a hotel in .Rhode
I-l:tnd ninety-two feet long and sixty feet wide,
expret-oes astonishment that the authorities
VetiouM permit anybody to put tlie state all under
one roof hi that way."'
At a spoci il party where humorous definitions
was one of the game of the evening, the question
was put : What is religion?" Iteligiun," re-
Elied one of the p;irty, tu.re famous as a man of
U5-mes than of wit, "is an insurance against fire
in the next world, for w hich honesty is the best
Smebly in Connecticut sold a bottle of the
best brandy, and Prof, fciiliman of Yale College
having analyzed the same, finds in it alum., iron,
Kulphurie acid, cM.ntial oil of some kind, tannic
ncid, Uuinea pepper, burnt sugar, k-ad and coj
pcr, with a basis of whisky.
No WoRsr. (Fragment overheard the other
ja7j "Well, I-iuchie, how are you?" "Man,
I'ij wonderfu' weel,c nsiderin"." 'Consideiing
what?" "I did last nicht what I've no dune
this tuirty year. I gaed to bed pairfutly mber ;
and I'm thanklul to say I got up this tuorniu no
A bit the waur."
As a loser of himself, says the Louisville
Courier, Dr. Livingston is without a parallel in
history. For our part we can't see the use in
spending so much time and money to find a man
who carTt he hired to stay found, and who is never
harpy except when he is lost.
A gentleman in Keene, N. II., recently re
ceived bv express a package containing a watch,
t)fi the outside of which the sender had made the
fallowing indorsements : "Only a watch bang
it through toss it around drop it twice at least.
Merely a watch, simply a watch, knock it ahout.
JSeeund attempt in one week to get a watch over
the road, whJle." The watch was received in
tact. A little thing in aSabbath school was asked by
her teacher if she always said her prayers night
and morning. "No, "Miss, I don't." "Why,
Mary, are you not afraid to go to sleep in the
dark without asking the good Father to take care
of jou and watch over you till morning?" "No,
mild, I ain't 'cause I sleep in the middle."
The Tavlor Jig. Dr. Tyng met an emigrant
family going West. On one of the wagons there
hun a ja with the bottom knocked out. " Why
is that?" asked the Doctor. "Why that is my
Taylor jug," said the man. "And what is a Tay
lor jug .''"'asked the Doctor nsain. "I had a son
in General Taylor's army in Mexico, and the Gen
eral always to'ld him to carry his whisky jug with
a hole in the bottom, and that's it. It is the best
invention I ever met for lard drinkers."
A Danbury, Conn., man saw his daughter into
the cars and passed round to her window for a
parting look at her. While he was passing out
the daughter left the seat to speak to a friend,
and at the same time a prim looking lady, who
occupied the seat with her, moved up to the
window. Unaware of the important change
inside, our venerable friend hastily put bis face
up to the window and hurriedly exclaimed, " One
mora kiss, sweet pet." In another instant the
point of a blue cotton umbrella caught his seduc
tive lips, followed by the passionate injunction,
Scat, you gray headed wretch!" and ho scattered.
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Late Janion, Ureen & Co.;
IMPORTKK AM COMMISSION" M KU
CHA N r. okst rut
Ly'N' anl the LiTH. L'n.li-rsriti-rn. Northern A'urance
dC3 :.y, nl hritish anil Foreign Murine Insurance
mhiSJ Fire Troof liuildinKS. Knahumanu and Queen ts. ly
S. B. DOLE,
4T10IIXF.V AT LAW. OFFICK OVF
j. Kivtiitriisun's store, c.rner i.f F'.rt an 1 Merchat
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER &
r.Ml'ORTKKS AM) COMMISSION'
Corner t.f Fort an.l Meri.-I.atit s-tr.-.-t.
S. MAGNIN & Co.,
IMI'MRTKKS A.M OKA I.I- KS IN GKN
ltry GoiN, Clothing, li.iots and !-hoes, and Gent' Furnishing
inh9 Nuuanu Pt., corner of Marine, Honolulu, II. I. ly
J. H. WHITNEY, D. D
OFFICE OVER IR. HOFF
of Kaahunianu an 1 Merctmnt S-treet. Office hours
from 9 . M till 2 r. x 1
JNO. s. SMITH-KS.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTERS A NO WHOLESALE AND
KKTA 1 1. DEALKUri IN
Corner Queen an.l Kaahamana t
07 ly Nuuunu si., and Corner Fort and Hotel St.
A. F. JUDD,
TTORVKY AND COCNSELLOR AT I.
Fort tre-t, three doors helunr Merchant M.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.
I ATE SI.'RGEON U.S. ARMY. CAX BE
BJ consulted at his residence on Hotel slieet, between Ala
kea and Fort Streets. nl 1
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS A NO WHOLESALE I E A L
ers In Faslimnahle Clotliinp, M;its, Caps. Bouts and Mines,
and eery variety of Oentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods.
Store formerly occupied tiy W. A. Aldrich, Makee's
nl8 l!lk, Qneen Street. ly
J. W. AUSTIN,
4 TTORXKV AND COUNSELLOR AT LA W
Office over Whitn-y's Book-store. Honolulu. ti4 Cui
E. 0. HALL & SON,
MPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD-
. W All K, Dry Woods, Paints. Oils, and Oeueral Merchandise.
at Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
JAS. W. GIRVIN,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEA LE U
j in Oenrnl Merchandise. I.A11AINA.
Orders Irom the other Is. and promptly attended to. o8 6m
BROWN & CO.,
T MPORTERS A NO DKAI.KIts
WIN KS AND SPIRITS. AT WUOL? -ALS
9 Merchants reet, oU y Honolulu, II
CHULAN & BROTHER,
IM pollTERSUr A N il I) I) A U li R S 1 N
Of all description-i, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly ou hand, a superior qutlity of Hawaiian Uice.
N una u Street, Honolulu. ly
0. S. BAETOW,
UCTIONEER. SALESROOM ON QUEEN
Mrcet, one lo..r from Kaahumanu.
LEWERS & DICKSON,
E A LERS
IN LIT M HER A NO BUILDING
Materials. Fort Street. ly
JOHN THOS. YATERHOUSE,
M PORTER AND IDE ALK
R IN GENERAL
a29 Queen Street,
FISCHER & ROTH,
M ERCH A NT TAILORS, FORT S'
npiH.site O Id Fellow's Hall, Honolulu, H. I.
HYMAN & BROTHERS,
IM PO RTERS, W HOLES A LE AND R ETA 1 L
Ury Goods, Clolhitiir, Mats, furnishing Goods, Ladies' and
Gent.' Riots and Shoes. Yankee Notions, 4rC, ic,
Capt. Snow's Building, No. 20 Merchant St., Hon dulu. a8 ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS.
X chocs. Fine Clothinc, furnishing Goods, j
IVrtunirrr, arc. I
Corner of fort and Merchant St. I t8 1y Honolulu, II. I. j
-4 1 1 1 1 CH A N IDLKK. - .-, -
CH A NIDI
erl Merchants-, i,ian i i ro.iu.-e, uu
Btros's Rat, Hilo, Sasdwi h Ilixds.
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortinenl or every
description of poods required by ships and others.
The highest price iriven for Island I'roduce.
j-j- Money advauced for Bills of Kxchane at reasonable rates.
E A LER IN O EN ER A L I ERCH A NOISE,
f ire-rrouf Store, CornT of Hotel and Nuuanu Ms.,
Honolulu, 11. I.
At-sfl Retail tabushmk.st os
Ncrasu Sthkkt, aBovg
the Fire-pr.Kif Store.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
(SncresHors to C. L. Richards it- Cu.)
SHIP CH NDLERS AND O EN ERA L COM
MISSION MEKCtlA.MS. Honolulu, il.waiiati islands.
AitiRis AV. Pkibce. (jaflly) 1. B. PiiTtHSOX.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Clothing. B.Hits, sh.ws, Hats, M n's f uruishmi; and !
. W 11 , vn..l .1 1 tl '
fancy U0O.1S. (.ell Bin) SO- 11 n.aanumaim t. ........
THOS. G. THEUM'S,
STATIONERY. CUTLERY AND
iu.nr.i .n.l l irruUliiie l.t'rary. iiaie uiacs
& Auld S
Stand Engraving, Caliraphy, Mencil tuning, ana copying.
Merchant Street. Honolulu.
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
AND COMMISSION M ER-
("7 ly) Honolulu, Oahu, H I.
W. L. GEEEN,
COMMISSION MERCHANT. FIRE-PROOF
Building, Queen Street,
c- jy Honolulu, Hawaiian Islaods.
EALER IX WIN ES. SPIRITS
DOWSETT & CO.,
UMBER MERCHANT AND UEALEKs
1 A in ilu.i.lilip Materials of all kinds.
vij.ieria is of all kin. IS.
Corner Vlaeen and f-rl Mreets, Honolu'.u
CONFECTIONER. NO. 43 HOTEL
next do-sj i.. C. t. V ui.ams, Honolulu.
AFONG & ACHUCK,
MPORTERS. WHOLESA LE AND RETAIL
I liealers in Oeneral Merchandise.
fire-proof Store. .Nairn.
CASTLE & COOKE,
MPORTERS .AND DEALERS IN
IKA L Mr ia HANUISK,
pniPPINQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 60 Kinp S;reet, Honolulu. II. I.
BOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS A N ID COMMISSION
M r.KCH A NTS.
Importers and Dealers In Oeneral Merchand'se. Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
A gents for the Kaunakakai. Mauoalua and Ksksako Salt
fi Works. ly
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MAKC1I 1S7-2.
A C. SMITH"
riKOCER AD Mill' CHAXDLKR,
M I1AI.NA, MALI.
Money an.l Recruit furu:she.l t-i shij.a on Favorable Terms.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
C EXKRA L.
AG K NTS.
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
GROCERY. FEED STORK AND BAKERY,
Corner of King and tort treet.
sSO ly Honolulu. II. I.
SJROKKSSOR. F .Ml'SIC ANH I. A N( ' I' A G K.
j:iJ0 Orders may be left at I. O. 1 lirum". liouk j-.ore. ly
T. J. HAVSELDIf. f- H- HAVSKI.DE.t
1AEALEKS IN I R V G O O H S , KA N C V
JJ (luiJi'S AND CLOTMINU.
Criterion Iluiiditir, Fort St. (rtld ly; Honolulu, H. I.
M PORTER OF A NO DEALER
UACCO ASH CIUAKr.
(vj ly; Honolulu, II. I.
C. BREWER & CO.,
A N l SII IP1MNG
(aul9 ly) Hawaiian Islamls
11 inolulu, OaliU,
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
MF.RC'IIANT A NO GEN-
1 ERA L MIIPl'lNU AdKNT,
Honolulu, Ilaw.nian Islands
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
M PORTERS A NO COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. juli ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
O NO LULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW BILLS OK
...... ...... . .Loudon
The Bank of California
Messrs. 1-ees & Waller
T runout N.lionai Bank........
Ori-tital Bunk Corporation
Oriental Bank Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne
Agents fur the Manhattan Life insurance Company of New
Keceive Deposits, Discount First-class Business Paper,
attend to Collecting, &c. Aic tny20 ly
E. HOFFMANN, EI. D.,
1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CORNER
Merchant and Kaahumanu Sts , near the l'ost-otlice.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
-.VIM- CONTIX U E T II E G E N E R A L
Y MERCHANDISE and SHIrVlNU Bl SIN ESS at the
above port, where they are prepared to furnish the ju-tly cele
brated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other recruits us are
required bv whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms. (aul2 ly) FIREWOOD ON HAN U.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
TM PORTERS AND DEALERS IX HARD
W A K E.
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General
.Mure ii. itiuisc.
a29 No. 95 Kins Street, Honolulu.
C' OMNIISSION MERCHANT AND GEN
i Agent for the t'aukaa and Ainauulu Sutrar riantations Im
mirter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian I'roduce,
In New Stone Store, Nuuanu Street, below Kit g.
W. C. JONES,
TTORNEY AT LAW AND LAM) AGENT
Milt nrnetiee in all tl.e Courts of the KiniS'loui. li
will attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai, .Mao.
Hawaii, and visit either of those Islands
on special business.
au!9 Office next door to C. C. llennett's Store.
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES HISOLD II US I NESS IN" THE
f ire-prmif building. Kaaliuinanu street, !
Chronometers rated by observations ot the sun and start
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the !
meridian of Honolulu. Particularattention ijivento
line watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly ou
jy29 hand and for sale. ly
L. L. TORBERT,
DEALER IN ALL KIN OS OF BUILDING
Paints and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glass,
Sash. Uhnds. lxrs, A;c, &c.
Ufficb No. 0 fcrnsiDn, (a29 Jy) Oppositb Colbt Hocss
R. H. STANLEY.
A TTORN EV A XI) CtDUNSELOR
j OrUCE in llhisies' fire-proof Umlding,
S.15 Street, Hon .lulu.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, 1'eifuniery,
Pocket Cutlery, and tvery description of Gent's Superior
furnishing Got-ds. XT Beiikeri's fine Call Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. E. Cohnkr or Fort sd Mekchast Stkkets. ja!3 ly
E. P. ADAMS,
AND l-OM MISSION" MER
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.
Jaa ly -
A. w. JfPD.
J. S. LATTOS
JUDD & LAYTON,
GROCERS .AND PROA ISloN DEALERS,
family Grocery and feed Store,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu. did ly
cTrNICHOLS, M. D.,
OMEOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN'. CORNER
Kurt and Merchant Streets. At Othce, forenoon afier 8 ;
to 0 P. M. House, 9S Beretania Street. jyl bui
J. S. Walkbb. S- C. Alles.
WALKER & ALLEN,
A N D COM M ISS I O N M E R
HONOLULU. II. I.
Hawaiian Packet Line,
Naalehu Plantation. '
Imnerial fire Insurance Company, London. ;
Merchant's Mutual Marine Insurauce Co., San Francisco.
TOI5ACCO V" CICAK STOKK, ;
NO. 44 FORT STREET. !
CONSTANTLY ON" II AN D THE CHOICEST
line Cnt thewinsr and Smokln? Tobaec o,
Tnrkisb, Bnssiao &. Havana Cigarrltos,
Havana. German and
Clear Cases, Tobareo Case,
(izarrito Paper, Pipe Cleaners,
Meerschaum, Briar Wood and other
"KILAUEA" SMOKING TOBACCO!
So well known fir its p iriiy and freshness, being prepared
from the best article of Natural Leaf.
H. BOLLMANN, No. 4 Fort Street.
oT ly d30
A F I IV E 11 ACE
FOR IXVESTIXG ASMALLSLM
..:isl of money, or of securing
0E OF THE MOST ELIGIBLE DWELLIXG LOTS
In the City of Honolulu, is now off-rd by the Lnlersiirned. He
. desirous to disuse of that fine and h.-althily situated f-i-ce
of Land adjoining the Government Ujr lei ,and fronting ;1i.kj1
and Fort Streets at the head of tlr; latter.
Any one wishing to purchase shouid apply soon, as the Lot
will be told t low Cure. j-io J. fc. LEMON.
Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
d.Xir to th? Oji rt.mtnt Yard.
Orders fr Hi u-ie tr sh p Work pruuintly attended to.
C. W. CFLKTT.
R. WHITMAN & CO,,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Saddles,
II A K N KSS. AMI E V E It I C-?-?-'
descrijitiou of article in our line. .y'
Shoe, Saddle, Harass i. Carriasf Lt-ather,
Constanilv (n hand.
Special attention paid to Carriaee TriiuminK and Trunk Work.
XJ- Orders from the ott.er islaals suliciied. vnd (.rompliy
No S3 Kin Si., Si-n ol Ihe Ilor-.
d30 Honolulu, II. 1 6m
A. D. BOLSTER,
Ilonsp, Ship, Si?u, Carriage i Ornamental Taiutin?
In all its i-raiiclies.
AT THE OLD STAM. K A A II I M A N V
ttre t, will execute all orders in his line with proo.( tm-ss.
at lo rates, and in as goon style as any. j io ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE INOERSIGNEO WIHI.II R E-
spectlullv inform the nuhlic that lie is prepared to cast
1 VVfy and finish all kinds of timss and composition work with
ilisprit'-n ana ai renwiiiaiu ri.-.
IT. All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
trr Constantly on hand, hose eoupl.nirs of the following.
,i7t.s. i j, j, 14, 2 and 2J. Also, oil cups nnd gaiij:e cm-ks
JAMES A. HOPifEK,
s30 ly Ki,1-'
IMPOhTKR AND M ANCFACTCKRR OF
KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
XT Old Furniture rephirtd and Mattrasses of all de
scrintions made loonier.
Before buying elsewhere call al 8G and SS Kiutf St rf I
HAYSELDEN & SON,
Builders and Contractors.
Are prepared to give estimates for every kind of
Work connected with the building trades.
Residence corner of Xuuatiuand Kukui Streets. aul9
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer. Importer and Dealer
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop at
Hie nld stand. Hotel 9reet. near Fort.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly anenueu io.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
, . w A I .-a. A. - linn rvlrslvi f . F J-
S " : 9 III! H III I If LCI illirCU-'l iiwuviui
I-- J-I ,
. v r..ri.,...Trnnmii with i-ntness ana aispaicn. isiauu
Order attended to n"if"i'- aula ly
McCOLGAN & JOHNSON,
ERCH ANT TAILORS. FORT STREET, i
Honolulu, 11. I., opposite ltieon. k,. ueucu s nw ij
J. S. DICKSON,
House, Ship and Sign Piinter. 02 King St.,
TKARI.V OI'l'USI I ti ,ur.53a5. i'"""-"'-l
HAM i Co. ......,.
Ml I IVll
Orainitn'. Marblinff, .iiuinf;, .aisonuuK. ........
ic, c, executed
the short-st notice, and on the
ALEX. CAMPBELL, TAILOR.
lJ4 KAAHUMAIC STREET,
T.I- Rhodes' Building, up stain. (myl3 ly)
J. H. WICKE,
CABINET MAK2R, Alakea Street,
mj-13 Below the Theatre. ly
f uroiture made and repared at reasonable prices.
J M OIT.1KS.. W. G. WOCtSBT.
J. M. CAT, Jtt.
J. M. OAT & CO.,
Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof
On the Wharf, foot of Nuunru Street, Honolulu, II. I.
XT All Orders in our Line executed with promptness and
dispatch, atid Wotk Guaranteed u pive Satisfaction.
KF.FKU BY PKK3ISSIOS TO:
A. J - Cartwright. Esq
A. W. 1'eirce 4r Co.
I!. H. Hsickfeld & Co.
Dowsett & Co.
C. Brewer & Co.
C. A. Williums & Co.
Walker A: Allen.
B.lles .V Co. 29
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
ai9 Hotel St , near tht Drug Sure of K. Strehi Co.
C. 8KOKLKKS. S.MtB.
C. SECELKEN fit CO.,
; Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
.nnann Street, bet. Mcnliant and Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY OX IIAN'D
Pine. Plain an.l Hose
i. llibbs. Stop Cocks, India Rubber Hose nest j-piy in
lengths of 25 and 50 f. et,wnn coupling "'i i 'l'c -"."-
plete ANo, a very larce stocK H iinware oi r.njr ..c. v
tion. ' Jobbinir and Repairing dure to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention pi vm to Miip nom.
Thankful to the cit rens of lbnolulu. and the Islands pen
ernlly, lor their liberal patroiiapein the past, we Iicik; by strict
attention to business to merit thesame for the future.
TT Orders from the other I.-shnds will be carefully attended
U I 1 V
J. T. CHAYTER,
Ship and Generil Blacksmith,
wrv Shop on the Ip!anade, near the Cns-
J1 )U IllUf,
y4bs where he is prpared to execute all orders
in h'.s line with promptness and n a workmanlike maimer
Horse-rhoting done with nettnrx and di'patc.i. jaiO ly
Saddle and II;riics llaker,
A7.VG STREET, HONOLULU.
-rx . .-fOTS
I- Carrlaire Trininiiiz in an it
- . r-ssf
Orders from the other Islands jromptly attended to. j 29 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORK
. - .. .
Manufacturers and Dealers
j LL KINDS OF SOAPS!
! Leleo, ICing Sfect, Honolulu.
! "Reef. Mutton and Gjat Tallow Wanted !
1 . M fmt9 , 1rn iH.Kll rd-o,.'- Root nnd.llnL' TlonfiS f Of aOnStei'S. &C. &C.
Shoe Store will nret will, promp
H. VOSS, No. 5 Merchant Stroot,
CURTAIN HANGING. CARPET, MAT
TING and Oil CUdh 'aid.
XT All sins Mttras-es cousiantiy oo hand. m-
WAY & TELFER,
Carpenters, Contractors and Builders,
M lrr prrpurril laraiilrarl lor all Linda
of w..rk connected Willi He building trade
Shop on the F-i.;aii,i.ie, next to Torbert's machine
,h.,p. i 'a 6,n .
a. w. I1KK.
A. W. SMU.
RAHE & SNELL,
House Carpenters, Contractors, Builders,
C'ubinrl Mnkrr.. Turners. Elc Eic.
Corner yacen and Fori Sts.. Honolulu.
Beinir practical mechanic of Ion e-eni-nce. we are
prepared to ex-oute all descriptions of w-rk in Ihe
ab..ve lines, with promptitude, ou reasonable terms.
and in a satisfactory ui inner.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY. XAVAL AXD CIVIL
t? x Zj cz n .
Kins St., next door to Bradley's Berber Shop, Honolulu, o" ly
M. BEN FIELD,
Wagon and Carriage Builder, 74 and 76
Kin Strrrl. Honolulu.
Q:w-mjO CARRIAGES UUILT TO ORDER
Njfer. and warranted.
Also, particular attention given to the
REPJIMXG OF fEHICl.ES OF EVERY DESCRIP
CliUksiuithlns and Horse-Shod o; ; Carrl aire, Sign
and Ornamental Painting ; Carriage Trimuiititr, ic, will
always be attended to la manner to WAR
XT Orders from all parH or the Islands promptly executed,
... i . il
SHOP ON T II E ESP L A N A D E ,
.Tn where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. Jao ty
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Gauger, at the Old Stand,
m CORNER OF KING AND RET II EL
Streets. A large st.k of OIL SIIOoKS and all
kinds of Cooperit-g .Materials constantly on hand.
Also, Shop on the Hplaaade uear the Custom House.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a continuance
of the patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which
he now returns his thanks. "H 1
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, aueen St., Honolulu.
H AS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A " D
For Sale at the Lowei-t Market Prices, a wood assort
n""' of "'f' lt''?t Rlfinea Bar lroll ud the "est
15:acksnntn s oai. J
!:acksniith s Coal.
3VX J G II X TNT I S T S
NO. 40 FORT STREET,
WUUrU IIC Will iEbl'Tin nw va.s w I I
in the Vl J
LOCK (;r & (;i;eral REPAIR lixe
ii.. .:ii ;i nrii.tii.n in nlpnnincr rpnflirini' and rez
ul.itiiitr Sewint; M achines, and all other kiuds of Liht Machinery
and Metal Work of every description.
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
(inns, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Sic, Arc.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extta and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice.
XT Kcst Machine Twist. XX
COLU AGKST IS THIS KISGnoM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
Ilantl Orders fcjoli.ci.tecl.
iitv TT AT.1.. V. 'V. II V DAY
'IfZLl TUB WEEK.
3 Honrs from 9 .1. M. to 10 P. 51.,
J Up-alnim. in ! Sailor' Home.
1 The second Friday evening of each month reserved for the
! meetings of the Y. M. C. A. "" ly
33VXXi; IV 3XOI !
fAHE IT N D E It S I fl N ED HAVE JUST RE-
jL ceived by the above Vessel
Vii Invoice ol
DESIRABLE MERCHANDISE !
THEY NOW OFFER FOR SALE
jt Low Rates !
C'oiiitIns In Tart of the rollowlng:
X i i ii t: s , Vjswoit:el !
Denims. White Cottons.
HrowQ Cotton, Ticking,
Blue Flannel, Towels, Veil Bareges.
15D A Fill ASST. OF 1)111' GOODS
FLANNEL SHIRTS, SADDLES,
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL.
A FCLL ASSORTMENT OF
1 A FCLL
j Vsssst:. ol Hardware !
WINES. SIM R ITS.
ALE AND LAGER BEER.
i Market Biskcts, Empty Demijohns, Matches, Cordage.
o i o 3l. n. s :
: Alcohol, Chains an 1 Anchors, Demijohns,
FIRE bricks, PORTLAND CEMENT !
Rosin, Ko fms slates,
Pipe Clay, Fire Clay,
HACKFELD & CO.
27 jvy 7 y''f- w ' j j
;WlIOLL NO. vS:(.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
f U ly
GENTS for ibr IIw
C. BRKH Ell CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
GENTS lor lb- Hawaiian l.lr..U,
L I. .' ly C. IIKEW l.k A
'OTM'E. M ASTER. OF VESSELS Vis.
ITlNii this port 111 a disabled condition and inaurtd m
any I th' lbxton and t'uila.lHpliia litUcr mu.t have their
reports and acvouuU duly c.ri.lml to l y us.
h-bJi ly '. HKKVi I It A CO.
THE URITISII AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
a KATES The clauses iu the Policies of this C'OiMny are
jK-cially adranUKcous. THEO. II. lAKii.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
lnrs I'lrr and I. Iff I'ollrlrs
N THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims or Loaac settled with promptitude.
clS ly THEO. 11. HAVIES, Agent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
flMIE UMKRSIGNEI. AGENTS OF THE
JL Boston Board of I'tiderwrilers. notify Masteis of Veels
and others that all bills for Repairs on Vea l. and all bills
for General Arer.ige purHea, must be approved by the Agenl
ol the Boston I'mlerwriters, who must also lie represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed.
oil ly l. BREWER k CO., Agents.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
fTMIIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
M. above Company, have been authorised to insure risks on
Cargo, Freight mid Treasure,
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice versa.
11. HACKFELD & Co.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AN1 1' DIN It V KC II.
CAPITA L Ig.OOO.OOO
Arcuiuulalrd iiikI liivralrd FmhI. !f,M38.IIH
ffJAIIE I NIDKRSIfJNEO HAVE REEN AT
1 POINTED AGENTS for the Sandwich Ula ids, and are
authorised to Insure against fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken in any pun of the Islands on Wooden Hulldltiirs,
and Merchandise stored therein, Dwelling Houses ami furni
ture, 1 itnher, Coal, Ships in harbor with or without Cargoes or
under repair. a8 ly El. lUFFs-CH LA EG ER & CO.
I .11 I" i: RIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
CAPITAL, 8.00D,0IO IN' GOLD!
UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to ii-sue policies ou fire rtisks(with or without the aver
aire clause), on Plantation lluildin.'S and Machinery, Private
Dwelling, Brick. Stone and Wooden ftores. Merchandise, Coals,
Lumber, Ships in I'ort, &c.,on the most favorable terms.
JOr All lof nrljaslcl and paid lor brrr. XI
For particulars apply at the office of
WALKER k ALLEN,
ao.19 ly AceuU for the Hawaiian Islands
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A GENT IJrenirn Hoard of L'aderwrilf rs,
Arnl Drradrn Itoi. il of l.'nilf rwrllrrs,
.llirnl Viriiua Hour. I of I'mlerwrllrra.
Claims ag.iinst Insurance Companies within the Jurisdiction
of the above Boards of L nderuriters, will bave to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. JaO ly
ii a n n u nr. n -ii it i; 3i k n
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rfAHE UNDERSIGNEID, HAVING IIEEN
M. Appointed Afrenlsof the alxivo Company, are prepared
to insure riaks against fire on Stone and Urick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms,
for particulars apply at the bfhee of
816 ly V. A. 8CIIAEFKR 4- CO.
EV AGEMY JUST ESTABLISHED!
GERMAN. A LIFE INSLUlXCi: CO.,
OF NEW VORK.
RESERVE FUND JAN. It, 1871,
OVER 3, 400,000.
rWMIIS ASSOCIATION IS A MUTUAL ONE
M. and recommends iti-elf to all those anxious to insure their
lives, with an ultimate view of havi-iK positively provided for
a certain sum to family or friend, that may survive thein. by
beinir carried on on the sound. M and most liberal principles.
The company was formed an I is now controlled by a num
ber of the leadinK solid citiiens of the Stale of New York, well
known in all the moneyed institu'ions of the world.
The Policies contain all the Cesirsble and sal ent features of
thr iinii-liiifi-iliirr ayaleui. and may be surrendered
after a two or three ears' run.
Privileges in repard to traveling- are very extensive, the
whole of l-.urope being inrlmKd.
All the Business of this Company is done in cash.
The amount paid since l!si0 for 1'olicn-s expired by death
only, is over tl-00.0ul
for further information, apply to
A pent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Medical Examiner. Ed. lorrnt, M. D. fe3 ly
; the hoxolill iim purs to.
MARK ALL KINDS OF
IAC I-IIZV US Y,
sioar mills, wind mills,
vacuum pans, clarif ikrs,
TANKS. SMOKK STACKS.
AND HEAVV SHEET I RON WORK.
! CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD
I Made to Order, and particular attention paid to
! ON SA LK,
Valves, Cocks, and Brass Work of all kinds.
Centrifugal W.re Cloths, of varii -is neshirs.
Flax Packinp. P.uM.er Parkins: and B-ltin(r.
Pijiinir, Elliosrs, Tes, Bi-nds, Nipples, Ac.
iu-am ai d watr gauges.
ISoikr tubing, various siies,
Shafiing, Bar, Plate and Anple Iron,
Pig iron for ballast, IWsp Iron,
Nuts, Bolts, Washers, Rivets,
Finely rerforatfd Dras riatM for Ootrlfnals,
1 Small Slzd Sug.ir Mill,
1 Medium i7.d Suar Mi.l,
1 Enpine, 2 H'-rs-: Power,
1 B iiine Down Apparatus for Tallow,
17 Sugar Coolers,
2 Turbine Wheels f .r running Centrifugals with 60 feet
Head of water.
S E C O N D II A N D M A C II I N E R V
1 Small Tuhular Boiler, 2 Horse Power,
1 Small Sized Mill and Horse Power complete.
2 Boilers suitable for tanks.
Sawing and Wood Work
EXECUTED TO ORDEK,
For which the Works have unusual facilities.
j8 3ra ALEXANDER YOCNQ, Mansfte?
H I. in. a , 4 iii lr ) . . . .
M V':" 1 l-O ....
;t I : in ( .' til. '. ! . .
A'l I.: l.t . . in. I. i , ,
4 !.. 4 tut h- . ,
tVluio- 1-' ' w "
' .. .. t si i s Ai fen. Ta
i I'ol.ima I HI l I" 1 iv" w ----- . -
Wl. le (iili.ua 1, w ' Wis W)l. 000
" . w (... .... t.: 1 l li If e I tern l'n t'4 Mlr. 4
i..v f r ih. :r rsr-1 l " (.''l' t
i-, Si.n.r, l .r u-h i.M...o.t tl" v mwk l I"
sn.l t' e.r t.r a ill i-v ina-iud a I a'vr t.bl, Kf the tut
aid f' r.
Tr !l i.ne. Can!.. h.n rid '. artallosJ
a di-. u. I (r.. tt e-- rale, a t... Ii sir l..r tr.n.lent adverts
'ids hrn i.t or rl.arced quar'ef 'tr.
i vfTTra MESMIS. HORN HOLT (T . l
j 0ilr y I'INN. Mu'i l. rs. Nanatiu r-lrrn, LfkJ
il-jT tn-tt l.i l.v.'a M mu lUkrfjr.'ar. J,jil.
! prTTVe.1 lo .u, p jf llrrl. I.Im. Vrsl sil 4.Maa.t,
I al all li. ur., on the uio.t reat -nai Is t-rtn. A abate l 'S (,
foliage sunt iiml.
' The t nderaortied li'rbr i.oui thai from and af'
March lat. III, they rs pr. j .red l i
Furnish their Customers and the Tubl
(enrrslly w.tti the
CHOICEST MEATS nt u clnij
i BOItMIOLT A CO.
Treih Butter. Notice.
IMtOM AND AFTER Til IS DATE. Till',
undviaigutd i'I furnish a Oral -laa arla-M of
I'KKMI llt'TTKK, ,
ii...... .iik r.x in .u.iiinwr. at FIFTY Cn laivaf
imhiikI. .Irlivrrr,! rvi-ry Haiurd.y tirirnhi(r, frrnn HalMnsi
. .. ...II .1 .VI.IIVII. 1
Ksiioh. w slalua, a!iu. rmitu .- vw-r. a. i
i I.. I.. J.n li Is? J IJO 1 t
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
AtiENTS FOR THE
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !M
LAIIAIN A. M AIT.
TIIIOICESrtJARS.'CROI'Or 1812, NOW
m ' in sinl fi r aitle tiv
C. I'.HKWr.n A CO Aeuls.
WAILUKU PLANTATION t
IVAlM HI', MAl'l. I'll OP OF 187 1'
t ,.r S.le I r C IIKKWKK at Co..
Jao 3m Aitenls. f
PIIIM'I'I' 1I1LL. I, I II a I I ;1 i
- " -------s
-OAMIMIKI.L JL TI'RTON. Irrlrlrsl
m rii ssas. wp-ww- -
j Crop of Hijfar of superior qualliy.tioar euiuiiig In Mi'4 I
for sale in uuanlllies to suit Ly
II. 111 KllbV S VV. r
I! LU I A LA KIT A( MAUI.
koi' of i 7 1 -si:; AH A. molashi:
tiU am For hale l y C. II It KW . II 4- Co , Agents
WAIIiATU I I . A i T A T S O I
SIIOAR AND MOI,AEM FROM Til II;
I'UnUlii.n for sals In lots to suit purchaaers. Apply to p
ly UKO. C. MiLKAN, Aviil. 1
KAtlMRlIM PLANTATIO.N SKJAIf
NOW COM I NO IN,
NO FOR MA LE IN LOT TO KIT IT
AFONO It ACI1CCK. t ,
Honolulu, June 1st, 1671.
Hiait AND MI1I.AMF.H-111(11' INlOa
5 eoitiing in, for sale In quantities to suit pur'-haatra,
u7 Oin Uy WALK Ell it ALLEN, Apinls
HILO. II . I
Oi UAIl AND MOLAMES.CROI' l OMIM
In and lor sale In quantities t suit I'urrlisaers by
o7 (1U WALK HI at A IXKN, Arriits.
PHT-vnr.VlLLE PLANTATION! i
Sugar and JIolnnc i'rop IN70, Li
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN UUA N'T I j
T1KS to suit purchasers, by .....,. . I - I
jua 1U WALK Kit JkI.LN, r'"' 1
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
i:. II. iioyh.
Choicest Mets from flneat tenli. Poultry, Hsli, V"'',''l.
,c, furnished to jrdrr. Z-..l'-r
...... tr. ssanirr ("J
UUrrlH ii hihu i ,
KIJVO STREET. HONOLULU. ""U
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
rn A r.nn nnil tlh oon Clrln IKE
....... . ..... . . a . ikii a... It MALI.!.
C.-N1I A 1 1.S .- .
1 fr.n that Or 11-L.llllWII ST,
WAIMEA TANS I. It V I'. NOTLEV.
By (al ly) A. B. CLEOHoHN A CO., Aneiils.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY iV4t
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor,
IJILOT. M EDI I'M AND NAVV It RE A D
1 aiwava on hand and made to order.
Also, Ualtr. Sdi and IintUr Crachcrs, Liv
JEN XV MM CAKEM. Ac. I
SII 1 1 IIREAD REIIAKED on the shortenl tiotlr.1
FA MI LV BREAD, mails of the lt.jit Flour, bsked daily aii'4'can
always on hand. I
N. B.RROWN BREAD OF THh. BEST QVAf.ITt
aula ly It Ii
JJ J JLJ J-Lm JUJ i ctul,
BUT j f
Living Yet, and has been LivingiAfj
! Mnnnllllll III I.Hftt I ' n II f t f D YflflfS I . Tni
THE OLD ESTABLISHED '
m wtw wr a.aw Sl'.tt .'
llOtU lsllstJ 7r iiuuitn i,jf
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer "r:Vl
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS I"-1
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Ooat Tallow!;' yci
And ll Marls Sons Grrstr. K. Cor
Ilare received ex late arrirals from the 1'nlted Hut's snd
Europe supplies of the
Cfht MatrrlaU In ar Mae far Man u fart p ring
And lil continue to ne in rereipi or iron suppers oy .ii-.m
and sailing '.-!, is prepared to give satisfaction to all
Deitlcr nnd ('onauinrr of III Nprcihtl.t r
W ho will tavor him with tl.eir trans. f r ii
V Ii. All Order h Ml at the. Stor e of M. Mclnrrpyfwx
. ...... . o. u v n iiluds.
Imorler ana ussier in ihhh. aim rnie., ... r.. v nuer laad
Ol FOr SIM! l.eri IISII. r-.rfc, will fcii.M . '
fully received and promptly
. J. RAWLINS,
I'mrllrnl Smp Ilwllrr.
ji.20 ly I lo, King Kt., lloiiolulO'
Prnnprtipct Fnr SfllA nr T.PHRn ' !
svawws... - s
j THE IIOISE AND LOT AT THE
' r j entrance of Pauoa alley, formerly occupied j
s't . r ' t lare kalo patch an ' over 2 acres of laud.
i' .a ... le Mfi.rien ltieiiei-p. I l.j. nl li.rluilea a fe
The House and Land .f Hienah.le 3 it North Kons, Hawall,n "'f
formerly occupied by the late lr. Ianiel Montgomery, and "
containing 61 acres.
ti. ..i..i.... .i 4.f. a i i . ri nr ii iu I 1.1 IT 'r.
la the District or 11:1.., Hawaii. f e TV
1 i i.. r
The Land, House, Pasture and Premises of AUAVKEAK
Kona, Hawaii, containing ahout 700 acrv.
A Furnished Cottsge at Waiklkl Beacb.
ALeO, TO LrtJl
The Premises at the corner of Fort and (jueen Btrjl, II o
oolulu, lately occupied by Mr. J. Pickfurd, and sulAbls forlT
offices, shops, Ac. 'J t
For particulars apply to I
Ja27 W. L. OBKFN f
I rat ni