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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
T7- IMLL IIKlb:?, VI.-tTINa. ISl"?IN'K..-5 AND AUDKK:
CARDS prir.tnl la th! highest tyl? of the rt.
T O. W. HOLXH.
AVhatv-r I Ji an-1 whater I ay.
Autit Tbith til me tht Ur.'t ihr way ;
N ho Ue wn k e:rI (f'rty wramcn M")
Aunt Tubilhi teiU inr lh-y uewet dl
lar aunt ! if I only ouM take b?r Jire !
Hut I like my own way, and I find it a-'j bice !
Ami b"ilra, I I irf i Ulf the thiiiK I am told ;
but they alt wi.t come hack to nc vhra I am M.
If a y .ulU pes by, it may happen do doubt,
lie mjr ehiwe to l-n.k in as I rtaiice to t-ik out !
he would D-Tcr eudure an iniprtiuetit stare
It ia horrid, says stir, and 1 musa't s.t thrre.
A Wilk in the nionahght has Vasures, I ovo,
Kul it isn't quite m t t lx aralkinf alooe ;
M- I tke a hul's arm, just l-t the safely you know,
Hat auut Th lh tcils toe th-y didu't do mo.
JlijW winked are aje, and h w 1 ibey arere th-n !
They k-.t at arOi's Ir-ntlt t'i'e detUhle men ;
What ao era of virtue she lirl in r but stay
M ere the turn all su b rgur in aunt Tubiiiu's d.y f
If the ni-n w-re so ickd, I'll ask niy Iapa
II ow he lUml to .rjse to my daUmt Baiua ;
Was he like th'. rest -f them ? ;o.nlus W ho knows ?
AruJ hai shall I sty, ii a wr-.-tch sh .aid projKse .
I am th nkinr If aunt knew so little i,t sin.
Whit a w..i-1- r aui.t Tbiih.V aunt mut hae been !
Anil ter jri.-:uiit it a-area me how sh .rkiogly sad
That we ir!a of I hI .y are s- frightfully hd
A martyr will use us, and tmthiiis -!se ran ;
let nie p. f .sh to re-ue some wretched ou"S man !
Tlib wbea to th altar a via liiu I (to,
Auiit Tahilha'll tell me she never did so!
Atlantic Monthly far March.
Any fol citn make a woman talk, but it's
ratLer I.urJ to luuko 0110 li.itt-n.
Theio re twn retiwons why home jieof lo never
iniii'l tlieir own husinetis. One in that tlicy
liaven't any busmet-n, acl the eecund is that they
have no iitinJ.
Dr. liecchcr Kiil, Sutvlay evening, that there
are some men w!n make g xJ rirajerc, ami are
nrjarently devout Chriotian, whom I would not
trust out of my ight."
A Welnh farmer residino; near Utica, while
being run away with by a iair of frightened
liorws, hhiutcd "I leave my wife 10,000; no
time to make a will." lie in otiXl alive, but badly
Jofh IJillinirH pays that the difference between a
blunder and a mistake in tliirf : When a man jmiH j
down a bad umbrella and lakes up a goud one, he
luakcs a mistake ; but when he jiuts down ag'xxl
one and takes uj a bad one, be maked a blunder.
Mrs. .Wixjd.-s of Millersliurg, Holmes county.
Ohio, la driving a gond luiiiee8 with the aid of I
tlic liquor law. Site has recovered 10,000 from j
diallers wtio have eold liquor to her husband, and !
the old man istill flicks to the saloons. j
A Yankee in England, being annoyed by the j
constant Iioafting a toiur?riurity of Engliwli girls,
finally eilenced laudation by declaring that they I
bad a girl in Itoii, 11 years oiu, who couia
chew guui in seven dilTcicnt languages, with her
A MNsonri -arent overcame his son's nvcrsion
to meilicine by inducing lift; corrupt youngster to
make a hearty meal from buck-wheat cakes and
eyrup of squills. The boy said lie thought some
thing ailed the molacses when bis father told him
to eat all he wanted.
A Rochester young lady lias sued a photograph
er of that cit v for 000 damages, because he
displayed one of her pictures ia trout of his place j
witti thi- placard attached: "One-half a dozen j
photographs ordered by this very stylish young j
lady, and payment rerpectfully a.-ked and insult- j
ingly refused." j
Not all historians are reliable. Thus: "Eli I
Perkins" informs us that Alhany was named alter
the Albany Krtninj Journal. "Mr. Weed," he
avs, ''started the Journal there a great many
years before a house whs built, and people came
and settleJ near by so as to be where they could
read the newspaper."
There is a little railroad at IJayou. Sara, Louis
iana, that runs . WtMslville on a very uncertain
schedule. A stranger came in the other day and j
enquired bow often the steam ears made trqj to j
the country. The party interrogated said, "Tri- j
weekly." "What do you mean by tri-wcckly ?" I
The answer was, "It goes up one week and tries ;
to come down the next.
Artemus Ward was on a slow California train,
and be went to the Conductor and suggested that
the cow-catcher vas on the wrong end of the
train; for, said he, " You will never overtake a
cow, you know, but if you'd put it on the other
end. it might be useful, lor now there's notion'
on earth to hend-r a cow from walkin' right in
and bitin' the folks ! "
An editor and his wife were walking out in
the bright moonlight one evening. Like all edi
tor's wives, she was of an exceedingly poetic na
ture, and said to her mate: "Notice that
moon ; how bright, and calm, and beautiful!"
Couldn't think of noticing it," returned the
editor, " for anything less than the usual rates
u dollar and fifty cents for twelve lines."
1'euin'dtuf. Times. A clergyman, on exchange,
found a note in the IbMe to the effect that brother
A. requested the prayers of the church that the
los of his wife might be blessed to him, etc. The
preacher prayed most fervently. To his amaze
ment and mortification be found that the rote had
Iain in tlc pulpit a ye.tr. while the bereaved man
was on this Sabbath sitting with a new wife in
A Lnr's Age. Some of our younger readers,
mathematically inclined, may derive both amuse
ment and profit from the solution of the follow
ing problem :
"A v.-iung man asked his sweetheart's aire ;
She ttius replied hotl grave and s.igc :
?i times seven and seven tinfs three
Add to my a;e tbe sum will he
As much above six nines and f iur.
As I Ice my age exce-J a score. "
The Danbury. Conn., .VtifJ says : "A young
lad? in a neighboring town has taken up den
tistry for a living. All the gentlemen patronize
her. When she puts her arm around the neck
nf a patient and careses his jaw for the ofiend
in member, the sensation is about as nice as
they make "em. One young man has b-vome
iiopelesnly infatuated with her. Consequently he
hasn't a tooth in his head. iMie has pulled every
blessed one of them; and made him two new
eets and pulled them, he is now at work on
his father's saw. lie holds the saw.
A facetious individual not many miles from
Danbury, sought to "draw his wife out" by
pretending to be found dead with an empty laud
anum vial by his fide. And that lady was a
good deal shocked at first, but having read that a
needle introduced in the human flesh would indi
cate on its surface whether that flesh was dead,
and being a woman of eminent practicability,
she at once armed herself with a polished cam
bric of nearly two inches growth, and with
throbbing heart and bated breath introduced
good share of its length into an appropriate por
tion of the deceased. What the surface of the
needle really indicated was not learned as he
took it with him as he pasricd through the eaah.
VOL. XVI-NO. 31.!
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Late J -in ion. Green & Co j
IMPORT Kit A XI) COMMISSION" MER
CHANT. lOtM X.K
Lioyd.' and the LiverfKil Ciiderwri'ers. Northern A-urnce
Company, aud llntinh and Foreign Marine Insurance
ro h 23 Fire Proof Buildings. Kauhumanu and Viueen Sis. ly
S. B. DOLE,
A Tl ORXKV AT IV4V. OFFICE OVER
J. H.chrdm's rtore, corner of Fort and Merctrint Streets.
tuh'ZS Honolulu. ly
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
f M PO RT Kits A N l t
OM. MISSION' MER-
J t HANTS,
Corner of Fort aud Merchant street.
S. MAGNIN & Co.,
IMPORTERS ANI HKIIiHIN IN' GEX-
fl. r.KAl. MKU( M Nni?K.
1'ry Goods, Clothing, lvts and ?hoes, and G. nt's Furnishing
Bib? Nuuanu St.
CTrer of Marine, Honolulu, II. I.
J. H. WHITNEY, D. D. S.
EXTIST, OFFICE OVER IR. IIOFF-
MANN'S 1KL SI HKK,
of Kaahum inn and Mereh:nt Mreets. Ofllce hour
from 8 a M tid 2 r. u l
CLEGHORN k Co.,
M PORTERS A
A N l
ill. TAIL OKALKKS IN
Corner sturi ntil KHHl unidCU ?.
t,7 1 jr Nuu ihU l-, nd C
rner Kort arid Hotel Sts.
A. F. JUDD,
VTTORXEY ASI) COI NSKLLOR AT L W
Fort stre.X, three do4r eo Merchant St. liH ly
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
f ATK SIRGEOX I'. S. A KM V. CAN HE
iJ conult-d at his residence on Hotel Street, between A la
ke and Fort Streets. nlS ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DKL
ers in Fashionable CI .tiling. Hats, Caps. Boots nd Shoes,
aud every variety ol Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods.
Store formerly occupied !y W. A. Aldrich, Makee's
n!8 Block, Queen Street. ly
J. W. AUSTIN,
TTORXKY AND COI'X'SELLOR AT L V.
tilliceover Whitney a Book-store, Honolulu. n-l 6in
E. 0. HALL & SON,
M PORTERS a M DEALERS IX HARD
WARE, Irytoods, I'amts. Oils, and General Merchandise.
til Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
JAS. W. GIRVIN,
C10XI M ISSIOX M E lit II A XT AND DEA I.Kit
j in General Merchandise. LAHA1NA.
Orders trom the other Is.ands promptly attended to. oS O.u
BROWN k CO.,
MPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
INKS AND SPlKirS, AT HllOLKSALK.
9 Merchant S reel, o!4 1y Honolulu, II. I.
CHULAN & BROTHER,
IM P O It T E It S or A X D DEALERS 1 X
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on baud, a sue ri.,r quality of Hawaiian Rice.
fil Nuua u Street, Honolulu. ly
C. S. BARTOW,
CCTION'EER. SALESROOM ON QUEEN"
Jul7 Street, one door Iroin Kaaliumauu. ly
IN LI MUKIl
Materials. Fort i
A ND IJL ILDING
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
M PORTER AN D DEA I
ER IN GENERAL
FISCHER & ROTH
ERCH A NT TAILORS. FORT STREET,
opsite Odd Fellow's Hall, Honolulu, II. I. al5 l v
HY1MAN & BROTHERS,
IM PO RT ERS, WHO f. ES A L E AN D It ETA 1 L
Dry Goods, Clothin?, H its, Furnishing; Goods, Ladies' and
Genu' B.ots and Slews. Yankee Notions, 4C, &c,
Capt. Snow' Building, No. 20 Merchant St., Honolulu. a8 ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IX ROOTS.
Shoe. F ine Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Corner of FVrt and Merchant St. 1 1! ly Honolulu, II. I.
SHIP CHAXDLER. DKALKR IX CKX
eral Merchandise. Island Produce, ic, and
Btros's Bat, Hilo, Sasdwi-h Islasda.
Will keep constantly on hand a-i extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ships and others.
The highest price given for Island Produce.
XT Money advanced lor Bills of Kxchange at reasouaMe rates.
, E A I.K It I N" ; K X E R A L M F. R C 1 1 A N D I S E,
Fire-Proof Store, Cornr of Hotel aud Nuuanu Sts.,
llomlalu, 11. 1.
Aii Kktail tsTimi'imrsi os NrtAXf Sthsst, abovk
a the Fire-i rix.l store. ly
(SuCC' SSffS 'O ('. L. ll'nli'irds tt" Co.)
4CJIII P CII 1 XDI.ERS a XD GENERA L COM
3 MISSION MEtlCilANlS. Honoluiu, ll.waiian Islands.
Abkaham W. Pkikce. (jioly) I. B. Pbtkksos.
M. PHILLIPS &
MPORTERS AND W
IIOI.F.S I.K DEA L-
ers in Clothing. B mts, shoes. Hats, M-11 s Furnishing and
toll bin) No. 11 Kaahumanu St
THOS. G. THRUM'S,
STATIONERY. CUTLERY AND NEWS
Iepoi, and Circulating Lmrary. (late lilacs: & Aul.l s
Stand F.iiyraving, C Oigi aphy , steucil Cu.ticg.and Copying,
att. luled to.
o7 ly Merchant Street. Honolulu.
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
. CHAN r.
A N D
llon-lulu, tahu. 11 1.
W. L. GREEN,
Building, yuee n Street,
07 ly Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
ALER IN W INES. SPIRITS. ALE AM
POKILR, oT ly HONOLULU.
MERCHANTS AND DEALERS
Lai in Building Materials of all kinds.
Corner Queen and Foil streets, Honolulu
ON'FECTION ER. NO. 40 HOTEL
next door to C. E. Vt uhams, Honolulu.
AFONG & ACHUCK,
IMPORTERS. W HOLES A LE AND RETAIL
I'.ealers in General Merchandise. F". re-proof Store, Nuua
nu Street. dlO ly
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX GEN
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION" MERCHANTS,
f! X'i. 60 King Street, Honolulu. H. I. ly
BOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND
Importers and Dealers In General Merchandise. Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for tbe Kaunaltakai. Maunalua ant K.ikasko Salt
fi Works. ly
A. C. SMITH,
'S UOCF.lt AM SHIP CH ANDLER,
11 ACS' A, MAI I.
Money and Recruits furui.-hed to Ships on Favorable Term.
j iS ly
H. HAOKFELD & Co.
C E N E It A I COMMISSION'
H. E. McINTYEE k BROTHER,
GROCERY. FEED STORE AND BAKERY,
Corner of kins and r un street.
nZO ly Honolulu. II. I.
IJROFKSSOR OF MlSlC AN1 I. A XGl AfilX
j.iJO Orders may b- left at T G. lhrum's liook Store, ly
T. J. HATSKI DEV. F. H. HATSBI SEN.
DE I.K RS I X II R V WOODS, FA N" C Y
Goiii'S ANb CLOTHING.
Criterion Building, Fort St. (s!6 ly) llouniulu, II. I.
TMPOKTF.lt OF A X I DEALER IN TO
IL BAVCO A Nl CIGARS,
il Fort Mreet, (-1 ly) Honolulu, II. I.
C. BREWER t CO.,
A X D SHI PP1 XG
f.iuly ly) litwaiian Islands
ALEX. J. CARTVRIGHT,
OM M ISSION
MERCHANT AND GKX-
llll'l'l.NG AUt.N T,
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
T M PORTERS
AND COMMISSION' MER
Honolulu, Hawaiian I-l m Is.
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
ON'OLULi;. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
bit AW BILLS OF K.VCIl.ANGK ON
The Bank of Calif. rni; San Francisco
Messrs. 1-eS Waller New York
1 rein out National Uank Boston j
Oriental Bank Cor e.rat ion London
Oriental llaui Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne i
Agents for the Manhattan Lite Insurance Company of Nesr ;
Receive Peposits, Discount First-class Business l'aper, I
at: end to Collecting, &c, Alc myiO ly
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.,
IIYSICIAX AND SCItGEOX, COKVKR
L Mer. hant aud Kaahuu.unu is , near the l'ost-otlioe.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWCRTH,
VVII.L COXTI XFE Til E GENERAL
T MF.KCHANMSK and SIlll'.'ING III SINKSS at the
ubove port, where they are prepared to furnish the justly cele-br-tted
Kawaihae rotaloes, and such other recruits as are
required bv whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms. (aul2 1y) FI RKWOOD ON II AN D.
AND DEALERS IX HARD
Cutlery, Cry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General
No. 95 King Street, Honolulu. ly
COMMISSION .MERCHANT A X IF GEN
KR VL AG KM',
Agent for the Paukaa and Ainauulu Sugar Plantations Im
porter of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
In New Stone Store, Nuuanu Street, below King. jail) ly
W. C. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT
Will practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. 11
will attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai, Maui and
Hawaii, and visit either of those Islands
on special business.
aul9 Office next door d C. C. Bennett's Store. ly
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES IIISOLD RI SINESS IN" THE
Fire-proof building. Kahuma:iu Street.
Ciir.inoincters rated by observations ol the sun and start
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
tine watch repairing. Sextant and quadraut
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts aud
nautical instruments constantly ou
jy29 hand and for sale. ly
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
MA TK RIALS.
Paints and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glass,
j Sash, Blinds. Doors, Ac. &c.
! orriCK No. -0 Fsplanadk, (a-9 ly) 'OpposiTk Coubt Hocsb
R. H. STANLEY.
A TTORXKY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
X. OFFICE in Rhodes' Fire-proof Building, Kaahumanu
alo street, Honolulu. om
I.MPORTER AND DEALER IX CLOTH
ING, Boots, shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. T 7" Uen ken's Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always 011 hand.
N. K. Cuk.xtaoF Fokt asu Mkrcuant Ptrkkts. jal3 ly
E. P. ADAMS,
A UCTIOXEER A N' D 'OM M ISSIOX M ER-
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. j.16 ly
A. w. JIPD.
J. 8. LAYTOS.
JUDD & LAYTON,
rUlOCERS ANT) lRO soX DEALERS,
VJ Familv Grocery and F'eed Store,
32 Fort Street, Honolulu.
C. F. NICHOLS, M. D.
OMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. CORNER
Fort and Merchant Streets. At Otiice, forenoon ?ifter 6;
to 0 P. M. House, Ber-tama Street. jyl tim
J. S. Walker S. C. Allen.
WALKER & ALLEN,
SHIPPIXG AND COMMISSION' MER
CHANTS. Honolulu, h. i.
Hawaiian P icket Line, Spencer's Plantation.
Princeville Plantation. ' Naaiehu I'lantatit.n.
t)nociea Plantation. ' Gre.nweH"s Cofl'ee.
Imperial F'ire Insurance Curr.piny, Imdon.
Merchant's Mutual Marine Insurance Co , San Francisco.
TOI5ACXO ( Kill: STOKI,
NO. i FORT STREET,
OXSTAXTLY ON' HAXU I1JE CHOICEST
at oral Leaf,
l ine Cat (he-'inz and Siuokinz Tobaeto,
Tnrkish, Unsian Havana f ijanlto?
Havana, (.rrnuia and
Clear Cases, Tobareo Cases,
Cisanlto Taper, Tipe Cleaners,
Meerschaum, Briar Wood and Other
So well known fir its p irity and freshness, being
from the lest article of Natural Leaf.
ap6 1y II. r.i'LLMANN". No. 41 Fort Street.
F I IV E V II A XE
FOR IX VESTING A SMALL SUM
of money, or of securing
0E OF TIIE MOST ELICIULE I)TEI.LI.G LOTS
j In the City of Honolulu, is now offered by the Undersijrned. He
is desirous to dispose or that One ana healthily situateu piece
of Land adjoining the Government Gar ien, and fronting School
and FV.rt Streets at the head of the latter.
Anyone wishicic to purchase should apply soon, as the Lot
will be sold at low figure. apt) J. S. LEMON.
Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to the Gov. ti n cut Yard.
Orders f'T Hi u.-tf or Ship W.rk procpily attended to
C. W. GkLKTT.
R. WHITMAN & CO,,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Saddles,
HARNESS. AI EVERY
ilescriii'.iuii of article in our line.
Slior, Saddle, llarufs L Carriage Leather,
Cunstanilv (ii hand.
Sjieeiiil attention paid to driUtfe Triumiii.p and Trunk Work.
17 Orders from the olLer islands Solic.ied. ud l-romi.tly
No S3 Kiuj; u Hi IIutim.
130 IIoi.ii-.uIii, H- I. Cm
A. D. BOLSTER,
Uansr, Ship, Sign, Carriage Ornaincntal Taiuting
In ail its branches.
AT THE OI.I STAND. K A A II I'M A NT
Street, will execute all orders in his line with iromi.tness,
at low rates, and in as good style us any. ji ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE I'XDERSIGNF.D Will 1,11 II K-
speclfullv inform the pulilie thiit he is prepared to cant
and finish all kinds of I r.is a. id composition work with
dismiteh and lit reasonable rati s.
IT All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
TV Constantly on hand, hue eoupimirs of the following,
aires: , I. 1, li, 2 and 2i- Also, oil cups and gauge cocks
JAMF.S A. HOl'PEK,
FO ly Kinir street.
T. DON NELL,
IMPORTKR AND MAM KAOTt KI B OF
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
ty Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
scriptions made lo order.
fore huv in: elsewhere call at S(iaiid8 K h r-el
HAYSELDEN & SON,
Builders and Contractors.
Are prepared to give estimates for every kind of
Work connected with the building trades.
Residence corner of Nuuanu and Kukui Streets. aul9
j C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION-.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street; Workshop at
the old stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
CORN Kit rC7ms.
Tort and Hotel St reels, Manulnlu.
trr Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to pioinplly. aul'J ly
McCOLGAN k JOHNSON,
ERCH ANT TAILORS. FORT STREET,
Honolulu, II. I., opposite I'livod. C. Ileuek's. uk22 ly
J. S. DICKSON,
House, Ship and Sign Painter, 02 King St.,
"V EARLY OPPOSITE MESSRS. dillinu
11 HAM & Co. ... -
Graining. Marhlinp. Gilding, Calsomine, Paper Hanging,
&c., A.C., executed oil the thorttst notice, and on tin
reasonable terms. my.i
ALEX. CAMPBELL, TAILOR,
Opposite Merchant St. (my 13 ly) Honolulu.
J. H. WICKE,
CABINET MAKER, Alakea Street,
tnyl3 Below the Theatre. ly
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable prices.
J. If. OAT.SKS.. W. C. WiHlLsKT.
J. M. OAT, JK.
J. M. OAT & CO.,
Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof
On the Wharf, foot of Nuu uiu Street, Honolulu, II. I.
XT All Orders in onr Line executed with promptness and
dispatch, and Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction.
HKFKK BV fKliMISSblS TO:
A. J. Cartwright. lisq.
A. W. peiree 4- Co.
li. II. Hackfeld ii Co.
Lvwsett & Co.
C. Brewer Co.
C. A. Williams & Co.
Walker A: Allen.
BolleS . Co.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a'J9 Hotel St , near the Drug Store of K. Strebz tr Co. ly
J. T. CHAYTER,
Ship and General Blacksmith,
r' Sliop on the Esplanade, uear the Cn-
Where he is prepared to execute all orders
in his line with promptness and 111 a workmanlike manner
Horse-shoeing done with neatness and dispatch, ja-0 ly
P. D ALT ON,
and 13.1 riitssi
Kiya street, noyoi.vLV
. Carriage Trininiins in all it
Orders from the other Is. an is promptly attended to. j'."J ly
FOE SALE !
ffMIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALFZ
JL this property
WITH ALL THE
IMFKOVEMEMS, STOCK, PIPI.EMEMS, ie..
belonging th'Tf to,
Situated in Mokuleia, WAIALUA, Oahu.
Three Thonand One Hundred Aeres 1'cstnre Land 1
of which, thirteen hundred arr-s ar- RICH BOTTOM LAND
r.e.ir the sea. 1 hi re are on t-.e ratien i'n- stone I'weilirs;
House with Verandah. Kitchen a'tache l ; Wo wleti House fir
siurin: wool ; S:one Dairy; o:.e Cart Hjus-'; over txu miies of
Stone Wall ; tsro miles and a quarter of Wire Fen ing, with
Redwood P. uits. n. w ; Catt'e and Sh'ep Per.. A!o. one r ; 1
Wool Press, ene Iron A x;e Ox Car: ; 0':e Iron Ax .x Car: f r
drawing stone; one rpeir.g li..rse C.rt ; Ox Yokes, tnus
CLaius, Crowbars, Uriti.is'.on' s, .c , Sc.
Fifteen H -rse.. Mares and Colts. colts Improved stock ;
F'our hundred ard titty h-h i .if attie of ni x -.I loirham
and I'ev-.a !; e '.. i-.cl J-l.tiJ One Hundred
M iieh Con s,
Four Yoke Working Ox-n ;
E.oir Yoke W. rins Steers ;
Between F"our and F"ive Hundred M c-p. n.ie l b r;:; an 1
Refer to unders gned or to S. U. DOLE, F.'so.
apG S. S. EM ERsOX.
THE CELLAR I'NDER MY STORE
Capable of Storm,; between JoO and -IOO ToNS.
apo H. !. V HU SKY.
APRIL 6. 1S7-2.
i - . .. ... i
! H. VOSS, No. 5 Merchant Street, j
Practical Upholsterer. j
' aril'RTAlX IlAXOINii. CARPET, MAT-!
TING and Oil Cloth 'aid.
r Ail sires Matirases constantly on h in.t.
WAY & TELFER,
Carpenters, Contractors and Builders,
t rr prrpureil isronirsn lor Mil s.inu
of work connected with the hull lini; trade
Shop on the K?iianaJe, next to T. rl'ert's midline
j i6 tiin
I G. W. KAHK.
RAHE & SNELL,
House Carpenters, Contractors, Builders,
Cnbiuel MiiUera). Ttirnrra. Etc., Elc.
Corner Qjeon and Fort Sts , Honolulu.
Beine prnclicai iin-c-hanics of h.ni c,n-rience,
l.ieimred to execute all descriptions of wotit
abi.ve hues, with promptitude, ou rcasouable terms.
aid m a satisfactory m inner. j 16 bra
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITAUY, XAVAL AXD CIVIL
X X. X U O XI .
King St., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolulu, o" ly
Wagon and Carriage Builder, 74 and
Kin;; Street. Honolulu.
C;jprj CA KUI AGES lil'lLT TO ORDER
y-r.-- and warranted.
Also, particular attention given to the
REPJir.ixu or rziiicr.Es or urEar descrip
Clarksinithing and Hure-Sliotdiig ; f ania-re, Slsn
and Ornamental Painting; Carriage Trimming-. &C, will
always be attended to in a manner to h'.ik
Jj" Orders from all parts of the Islands promptly ex.-cutcd.
SHOP ON THE KSPLAXADE,
K where all worn from Ship or Shore will be attended lo
ill a manner to warrant satisfaction. Juu ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Gauger, at the Old Stand,
CORNER OF KING AND HElllr.l.
Streets. A large t.k of OIL SUOoKS and all
kinds of Coopering Materials constantly on baud.
Also, Shop u Hie Esplanade near the ( ostein Hopse.
He hopes by attention to business to merit a continuance
of the patronage winch be has hitherto enjoyed, and for which
he now returns his thanks. nil ly
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
5. HAS CONS
j For Sab at the 1
I ment of the Be
; r B.acksiiiitlrs Co
HAS CONSTANTLY OX HAND A x D
Lowest Market Prices, a irooil assort-
lest Refined Bar Iron, and the llest
i Coal. ull iy
ivr a. cj ix iwi
Nf). IO FORT STREET.
where he will attend to all orders
.l i. GENERAL KITAIK I.I.N E
He will give special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description.
ALSO. OX HAND AND FOR SALK (VIKAP,
a Variety of Sewing Machines,
Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
.MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ate.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Hinders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice.
J- Best .Machine Twist. J.l
COLK at;KST IN THIS KINGDOM Foil
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
i.27 Issluinl Oi'd;rs Solicitoil. ly
IN TH K W KKK.
ALL. EVERY DAY
Hoars from 9 A. 31. lo 10 I. 3f.,
in the Sailors' Home.
The second Friday evening of each in'
meetings of the Y. M. C. A.
.nth reserved for the
HONOLULU ICEMAF,UFACTORY !
rflMI E UXD ERSIG X ED HAVING R EC El V ED
I a Iresh supply of Ammonia and made peiinantnt arrange
ments to prevent falling short in th-1 future,
Ice will be Delivered
to reru'.ir customers as before,
riVE (5) CENTS PER FOUXID !
Orders can be given to Mr. W. M. Wa'lac . who has the sale
nn.l delivery in charge, or left on the slates at '1 hos. G.
Thrum's an i at Jnd 1 A. I.ayton's.
Ord-rs from the other Islands delivered alongside the
vessels, properiy p .cked, at same rat-, with cost of box and
sa-'lusl added. Cost of box refunded if returned to the
Refrigerators and Ice Box -s male to order at lowest possible
prices. ! SMITH.
Houoiuiu, Feh. Ul, 1S72. f--i2F Sm
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
IN NUUANU VALLEY FOR SALE !
THE I" N DERSIG X F.D OFFERS
y,o! loi; AI.K his property sitnat-d in Nuuanu
t 111 Vabev on ti e wed side, between the resideriee
of J. II. W od. h me an 1 C C. Harris. Th- I'd contains ahuut
three aer- s of go's! pasture lar d, well wat-reil, on w hich is
located a good, sut stantial. ari l rouveitieiit Dei:i..g II. .use.
Stables, an 1 Carriage li'-,;s... all the n-cessary out H .u-es
in goo.l repair. 1 here is a never-f 1 iiing spring of pure water
on the premises ; a;-o a sir' am of water running through the
and Any on- wishing to purchase a finely located residence
will do well to call an I exam. in: the above. T'ltin easy, and
made known on appiieati .11 to "Am I'INCAN.
At Ins Blacksmith Shop on Fsplanade.
; iiksk :
"IF YOI WOULD HIVE YOUR HORSE
I shod in a satisfactory mat.ru r. then gi to M. I! EN H KL!'S
7 at. lTfi King street. Honolulu V"U will there be accooi.
mo'iated by a first ciass mechanic. You will also find it to
jour advantage to lake your Carriage and li- r.ernl Blacksmith'
iliS, Painttl.g, R' pan mg, trr.. to the same estahhs'illlent.
T I St A A T lllZS
CENTRIFUGAL WIRE CLOTH
FOR "SALE BV
Ot s. ,
. . ....
No &5 KING STREET.
1?m PIANO FOR SALE ! Wm
RECEIVED PER R. C. WYLIE FROM
A Superior Cottage Piano, 7-Octa.ves,
1 Of W. S i-set.h j!T's manufacture. For parto u'ars apply to
aioSm F. A. SCHAEFER A: CO.
GET THE BEST
CHOICE PHOTOGRAPHS OF
A N 1
Porcelain Pictures, &c,
Dickson's, 6i Fori Street.
PUKES LOW AM) V.0UK tHKlMn.il. t.iaz.n
i rr '
j II AT
IWHOLK NO. 8-28.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
V GENTS 'r Ihr HwiiiM l.lnn.U.
f.'4 ly C I.Kt tOt A. t O
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
4 GEN I'S lsr Ihr llnwuiiun I. lis !.,
f. ; ly
C. IIKtV fe.u A. Cit.
VOTH K.-M 4STERS tty VESSELS VIS-
1TI .NU this port in a disaWed con.li'.ion and insured in
anr ol the Koaton and I'mln .lelphia Olti.is uiu.t hre their
reri4 and avouuLs duly ceri.ned to by us.
lei -2 ly '. IlKKW Hi A CO.
THE BRITISH AND FORE1GX
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
(TRHTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KAIKS. The clauses in the I'olicies of this t'ompar y ar
specially adtantageous. THKO. It. 1AI)S,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
lnes lire and Life Pullrlr
OX THE MOST LI It F. It A L TERMS. ALL
Claims .or Losses settled with fromptitude.
Pl ly TID.O. 11. IAV1KS, Apciit.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
i flMIE I'XDF.RSIGXED. AGEXTS OF THE
1 M. Bostnu Board of I nderwnters, iiottfv Maateis of eels
and others that all bills for Repairs on Visstls, and all bids
for General Average purKses, must be approved by the Agent
! of the Boston t'mlera riters, who niusl also Ik' represented on
i all surveys, or such bills will not ! allowed.
ol ly C. liKKWFIl A CO., Agents.
6 ! -
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
riMIE I XDERSIGXED. AGEXTS OF THE
M. above Company, have been authorized to insure rn-k on
Cargo, Freight Hiitl Treasure,
to all P'Tis of the world, and vice ver.a.
II. II At KKH.D .M Co.
I H v i: It 1 A I.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
capital. .oio.ooo in gold:
fl'IIK L'XDERSIUXED ARE PREPARED
to ivue policies on Fire n sksfsilh or without the aver
age clause), on Plantation Buildings and Machinery, Private
liwellings, Brii k. Stone and Wooden Stoles. Merchandise, Coals,
Lumber, Ships in Port, kc.,on the most favorable terms.
Tr A 1 1 lowi's iiljiilel nml piiiil lar lirrr. JLX
For parliculur apply at the oftW of
WALK Kit Si ALLKN,
aul9 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT ISri-mni llonr.l of t'nilrrw rilrra,
'.iKriil Dri silrii llomil of I'lirlrrw rilrra.
At; -.il Vi n Itonr.l uf Ciulrrwrllrra.
CUims sgiinsl Insurance Companies wilhin the Jurisdiction
of the abuve Boards ol I n I. ri. nli rs, will have to be rerlified
to by the Agent to make them valid. JaO ly
1 1 a si ii u it : 1 1 -1 1 it i: .m i : n
IMIE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING KEEN'
Apx,lnied Agent of the abovo Company . are prepared
to insure risks against lire on Stone and Prick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the cmce of
1.10 ly F. A. SCH A Ftp I'll CO.
I.EK3IAMA LIFE IN. Si II ..NCI CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
RESERVE FUND JAN. It. IS7I,
i fgMIIS ASSOCIATION IS A MUTUAL ONE
I and recommends it-elf to ail tho.e anxious to Pisure their
j lives, with an ultimate view of havl ig positively provided for
I a certain sum to family or friend, that may Mirvive them, by
I being carried on on the soundest and uiokI liberal principle.
! The company was formed and is now controlled by a iiuin-
; her of the leading solid citizens of the State ol New York, well
I tnnvii in ull the tnimeveil I iikt il ill OHi. of Ibe world.
! The Policies Contain all the desirable and salient features of
' the nnii.fiiifi ilurr ay.K-i... and may be surretnlered
, alter a two or three years' run.
' Privileges in regard to traveling ar very extensive, th
J whole of Kurope being ini bid- d.
i Ail the Business of this Company is done in rash.
I The amount paid sin. e I56O fur Policies expired hy death
j only, is over f l.boO.OOU
I For further inlormation, apply to
j II. BOI.LM ANV,
j Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
j Medical F:xaminer, F'.D. HorrMAXN. M. D. fe3 ly
I tiie iiomiu mo. works to!
MAKK ALL KINDS OF
MACHIIV 1Z X Y
TEA M ENGINES,
SUGAR MILLS, WIND MILLS,
VACUUM PANS, CLARIFir.RS,
CKNTR1F L'G A L M ACH IN I'.A.
TASKS, SM0KK STACK?.
AM) HEAVY SHEET IRON' WORK.
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD
Made to Order, and particular attention paid to
S l i i p S m i t li i 1 1
Valves, Cocks, and Brask Work of all kinds.
Ccotiilugal Wire Cloths, of varb "is mest es.
Flax Pa-king. Rubber Parking and Belting,
l'ipin,', F.lbows. Tees. Bends. Nipples
Spam aid water gauges.
Boiler tubing, various size
Shifting, Bar, Plate and Angle Iron,
PiB iron for badast, Scrap Iron,
Nuts, B-.l's, Washers, Rivets,
1 Small S.zed Sugar Mi'.l,
1 Medium Sin--1 Suar Mid,
1 Kr.gine. 2 Hor-e Power,
1 B iling I'owr. Apparatus f-r Tallow,
2 Turbine W bee s f r
Head of water.
runiiiiifc' C'entrifugs'.s with 60 feet
S E C O X D II A X D M A C II I X E It V
1 Small Tu'oular Boiler. 2 llor" Power,
1 Small Sized Mid ar. I llorse Poa er complete.
2 Boilers suitable for tanks.
Sawing and Wood VorJc
F.XECt TED TO ORI'ER,
For whicii the Works have unusual facilities.
ap6 3m ALEXANDER YOUNG, Manager
rJEW GOODS !
NEV GOODS, NEW GOODS!
E JUST RE-
CEIVED ci steamer M l.M'ANA,
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
CENT'S, DOY'S AND YOUTH'S
CLOT II I IV O J
Of ail qualities. Also, an elegant riety of
Gent's, Ladies', Misses' & Children's
NEW STYLES. Intending to make the above a specialty they
cordially invite all to
Examine their Stotk before Purchasing Elsewhere.
"f'56 ltu S. MAG NIX X. CO.
IT V..ii.es rr!s, wh.-n 1 re; .1 fnr frtr, are allnsre.
j a .l.' iitit 11 in tl.r.e rli , I. Ii srr tisi.miit ailerlis
I Uiei! I. en i.lj ir I src nilMI 1 -i 'y .
ai.vk srm '."'. OVO. .I'.
XI F.sslts. HORN HOLT A
li SS, Hull lor.. Nuu.i.u Mreet,
neat lu laiv.'s Steam It.hery. arw
prtpaied losupp y tlrrf. Mall.a. Vral and Lsssmb.
at ail hours, on the most reasoiialds lerais. A slisrs ttt a
roime soiiciled. j'
kdiu crriolri.v ri.it:i:s. j
The I'ndersigned hrrsby gie nolki'w thai fiwsa aud afli
Match 1st, li:i, thry are prrpaird tu .
Furnish their Customers and the Publ
(eiierally Willi th
CHOICEST MEATS at O CENT
C. BOUMIOLT Jk CO
Fresh Butter.- Notice.
l.Mtll.M AND AFTER Tills DATE, THI
unJerngued will furnish a llrst-t lass article of
HIKMI Bl ITF.Il,
with Butter-inllk given fiee to cUftoini-rs, at FirTT Cent
. h..ui..I, delivered .very Saturday incrul mm llalems
; Banch. -Mainlua, Oahil. fAMlr.L ANIHtlCWB
I Hi lulu. Jan. 15, ll7J -J.'u ly
I A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
V GENTS FOR THE 1
WAIMKA TAN.M.IIV, 1
slly r Hawaii.
! WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !
! aOHOICF. SVU A lis. CROP OF I NYU. NO
"mug in and for sale by J
f,24 j, C IIKKWIll CO.. Ageniil
! WAILUKU PLANTATION!
IVAll.rKI, M Al l.
T For Sale by
C It O P OF I HI
C. HRKU F.H Co.,
I" I OTW I i I ?. It ,11 1 tt , Ij A II XW IV .
sflAMPItEI.L V TI'RTOX, Prrlrlo
.J Crop of Sugar ol siiieiior ipialHy, now coininf In
b.r sale In iiuaiitilie to Slid by
nil if. II. IIACKFFI.b Jk C(
M A K E E PLANTATION,
CROP OF I HI I MG A It 4V MOIJMI,
ol4ain For Sal by C. IKI W I K l u , Age '
XV A 1 K A 1 I J llAI T A TI I.V
II. Crn-ll. Proprietor. I
OI'tiAR AND MOLASSi:s FROM TI '
I'lantatiou for sale In lots to suit purchasers. App ,
tM ly OF.O. 0- M LKAN. As "
KALIMKIIM PLANTATION SIC
NOW COMING I.V, I
AND FOR SALE IX LOTS TO Ml
AFONU k A cut
Honolulu, June 1st, 171. Jul:
O NOME A PLANTATIO
CMGAR AND M O L A SSFS C It O P
Ml MOLASSES CROP lit
or sale In iUnnliiie. in uit purvhasers, f
By WALK HI At A I.I. FN, Agrj
coining in, fo
I H7 1
I HI I
II I I. O , II . 1
irsl GA R AXD MOLASSES.CROP COM
In and lor sale in ipiaiituirs lo suit purohasers by
,,7 0m WAI.KFR 4. ALI L.N, Aft
Suenr nnd .llolit aarn Crop 1870,
C10X1ING IX. FOR SALE IX QUAN
J I I KS lo suit nurchasers. hv
v Ai.nr.it ai.i.r.n, f
SOLE AND 8ADDLE LEATHCI
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
ATIOXSTANTLY OX IIANIF AND FK 4l!
V from the well-known
WAIMKA TANNK11V CJ. NOTLK1
Ily (1 Jy) A. B. CLFGHOHN k CTV, A f n,. j
HONOLULU STEAM DAKEB
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Propriety
NUUANU SIR LIT. V
Jl I." I i nir.iiii hi . a v a iiiir.s
ML always on hand and made to order.
Also, Mater. S7i and Jl utter Crar.h ttt,
JKNSV LIND CAKF.S. Ao.
SHIP UREA IF K ERA K ED on the shortest nl
FAMILV BKKAD, made of the Best Flour, baked daily
always on hand.
.V. U. UltOrVlV ltRKAl) Of THE BEST iVJL
Living Yet, and has been Livi
SIouolulu Ihc IHt I'ouKccn Year
thf: OLD 1 .-TABLISIIEI)
IIOAOMIJI SO A I WOItli:
II V W t
w. d. itAWLiiNb, ifianulactu:.;
ALL KDNDS OF-SOAlf
T -f T)r I 1 TJ
nuvti ui xiti-i, iuutiuu uiiu uuat Aty ;
I Ann nil Uln.la l Soup Crroas
! Have received ex late arrivals from the Culled t
Europe supplies of the
; ltrt Material la our Line for JUnifiU
j I'urpo..., I,jj,,
And id continue to be in receipt of fieuli iupplle
and sailing vessels, i jt. jiared lo giv ati(aclkiu
Dtulrm and ('oniuiiiirn of hU Spec In I
W ho will f.vor him with their trad.
X. H.AH Ofhrs Uft at the Store, of M. Mr.Jr,
Importer an I Dealer in lloot nd Shoes, N. E. Corm
of F ort and Merchant Stre-ts, will be thank
fully received and promptly
A' .1. il AW II VS.'
w V w ss mm wv i i-f mmr
I'rnrlirnl Kts nll
Ja20 ly laleo, King St., lion f
Properties For Sale or Lei
THE HOUSE AXD LOT AT Till
. - J ent ranee of pauoa Valley, formerly occupiei j
t i ,y ,r r,,-l'""n Spencer. Vh lot Include,'
f - ' lar'e kalo patch ari' over 2 acre of Und.
ALSO ) '!
The House and Ear d . f Iln nulole 3 at KntthVd
formerly occupied by the late Mr. Daniel STfT
containing ii acre. ' '
AI0 1 t'j
Theeelebratd SUUAR L A N D OF II i " ' '
in tLe District of II. to, Hawaii. i,''ir
also ; '
The Land, House. Pasture and r. 'tnitea n.' 1 I '
Kona, Hawaii, containing about 700 acre.
A Furnislieu Cottage at Waikikl Ileach.
ALSO, TO LET
The Premier at the corner of Fort and Queen B;r, '
nolnlu, lately occupied by Mr. J. PickforJ, and ,
oflices, shops, Ac.
For particular apply to
1 27 W. L.
Riding Pants, Riding J)
GENTLEMEN W II 4R E prff",
beautiful and crace:ul exi rcise. arrn- i.
wis. i'l Ww Vl t Aic Ml ' (3 I V' VT Ilia"-" tttm
P J. KENYON'S. '''