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Kvery .Saturday IMoniinjLj.
BY BLACK & All LD.
City mmiI Island $atcr lotions. 6.UU a Yea is
3.UO tor Jill Moalhs.
FarrUa SabrriplUii.7 fofAlOn Year.
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tT A.lvemrs r-.Jmg In Oi Ealern Culled "tales, rsl"
f'-r Ib.ir i.l. I . e.-1-i.iiig i;iiiniarll I siie4 '
!-:i--m 1'n.t.re f t ami I r n.h ksi4int a. I bey s i.h I V pay,
atid tl.e rr.rJt sill be in.ertid a. pel aU.ie table, Kj-tLe kiB'f
p. el I r
XT Roiie.s Carl., wtirn re(. J fur m fr, ai sllowsit
a d:-iut. Irotu IheMP rate., l,k h are fi r translei.l advertise
nienis I., n paid or cl.aiged quar'er'y .
Th awriptioo price f ,r pi,era hrwir le I It y prt of Ame
rica T IM pr aniiora. wuleli incltad-a the Hawaiian e..l
ag only. All punrrs fe Ktirope.o. ports will be cha.rii-l
I ijm d-mri I 1 at tS- p-t-..TJ-e, which varies from 4 to
e-.t no etch single paper.
r7 CriiiKTioss Pstibls AtwiT l oC.
IT 'roro mctiji from ail part of tie PviUo will always
we very iafth.
rr Ptt. r-i.ls In inr prt of the United a'les. can
r-iuit the ata-mot of subscript. on da's tor this fiAf-r ia Ameri
can post., iun4.
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PLUM AND FANCY
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
tt Krix-HKr?. vr?rTia.BrH!"E.3 and address
CAKUd printed la th- l.izhesc style of the art.
Written (,r the P. C. Advertiser J
EPrayer of the Mariner's Wife.
V RtOtl H4TI1.
Kin! F.v.hT wtio b 4l3it th: wt- of th
Aud rttlet Ui m'ml by Thy will ;
f r lit to Ihe prayrr I u. .IT.-r ! TW,
Ani pak Ihoa ow .h by wild fili;e,
Bid th; niorrus in tfwir rae-? ' !
Briuf wift to our hornet flit are de-.la'e n.w,
Aril w h-art that re h-Ty "iih
flool l,dtr.r''f th"e f-r Pty we bow,
And b.d J'ntle breezn) t baaten emrb prow,
Aa o'er tb dark water Uiejr (.
O Kmt to my pteaing. Rreal Father abe,
While in &ny bitter I weep,
Watrb oer our abvent. with tender-t loe,
Reacb forth Tby k.iwl tiawl aa they did to the J-.e
Thai went oul o'er iIm kae Uackieaa doep.
Honolulu, April 15th. 1472.
A Broo It field, Connecticut, uiao has namel a
prise rooster Iiubiudou, because Rubinoon Cru-Boe.
One button waj found where a Mimcurian bad
been sitting emokirjg a ciar, a few iuJjioted be
fore. Haytiens are waiting until their coff crop in
harvested, so that they maj have money enough
to engago in another insurrection.
JSome joung men prefer blue-eyed me Menu and
others prefer dark-ejed ones. J Jut of late years
the mou-ejed girls have had the cull over all
A man in Nebraska said he could bardie a rat
tlesnake the rime way as a snake charcaer. The
churlishness of the undertaker in demanding jmy
in advance delayed the funeral four days.
A Texan named Merse attempted to separate
two enraged ttteers that were fighting. Mr. Meree
was highly esteemed for hid amiability and strict
A simple mode of avoiding the spread of small
pox itus Lxen discovered in Alabama. They let
the patient die safely by himself; Lire a negro to
bury hiru, and shoot the negro as soon as the in
terment id finished.
A western editor, who doesn't know much
about farming anyway, suggests that for garden
making a cast-iron back, with a hinge in it,
would be au improvement on the spiuul column
now in ute.
Patty-eyed monster is what appeared in
the paper of a Tennessee editor who wrote with
respect, pretty aged minister." The sons of
the minister interviewed " the editor the next
morning with shot guns.
Kitchen girls are now termed young ladie of
the lower parlor." I'eople who go about grind
ing knives, scissors and razors are termed 44 gen
tlemen of the revolution." Folks who dig chlms
are termed profound investigators."
An Ohio ytiper has the following obituary no
tice : ' William Jones, of Malta township, aged
H3, passed peacefully away, on Tuesday last, from
single bleecdneea to matrimonial bliss, after a
short but sudden attack by Alice Blossom,
a blooming young widow of 24."
A little boy in Chelsea astonished his mother
the other evening by a rather abrupt flight from
erave to cay. Finishing his nightly prayer with,
I pray tlie Lord my soul to keep," he, with a f
sudden change of tone ana manner, proceeded,
fur I'm Captain Jinks of the horse marines!"
Useixl Wives. 'lhe case of the Long Inland
lady who apologized to her guests for the break
fast being late by saying titat a babe had been
born to her during the night, is only paralelled
by the Western wife who says, Dear John, I
have only iial time to uo up two 01 your snirts; 1
it's a boy, and weighs twelve pounds."
A youth who was directed by his stern parent
to prepare himself fur a flogging, was called up- !
on an hour later to receive it. Alter " licking "
him fr some ten minutes without exciting his
emotions, the old man discovered that the boy
had on a leather apron three times doubled, lie
had ' prepared," and his father adjourned the
The cau?e of the postage stamps hairing the
ortrnics of Washington, Franklin, Jefferson,
Jackson and others, curling and twisting in all
kinds of shapes, is under consideration by Post
office official, and the conclusion has about been
reached that those old fellows cannot lie still amid
the corruption and political rascality that is go- J
ing on all around them. !
A young Positivist Parson : " What's a mir- !
acle?" Boy: Dunrw." Parson: well, if the
sun was to shine in the middle of the night, what i
should you say it was?" Boy: "The moon."
Parson ; " But if you was told it was the sun j
what should vou say it was?" Boy: "A lie.'
Parson: "I do n't tell lies; suppose I told you
it was the sun, what would you say then?" Boy :
" That yer wasn't sober !"
Everything in nature indulges in amusement of
sonic kind. The lightnings play, the winds whis
tle, the thunders roll, the snow flies, the rills and
cascades sing and dance, the waves leap, the
lleldri smile, the vines creep and run, the buds
shoot and the hills have tops to play with. But
some ot them have their seasons of melancholy. '
The tempests moan, the sephyrs sigh, the brooks i
murmur and the mountains look blue. j
A man out in Lgnnsport, Indiana, had a jack
us alrued off on him for a mule colt, and it ha '
proved to be an elephant on his hands. He tied ;
it in his back yard and waited patiently for his
neighbors to offer him a bonus to remove the lit
tle animal out of earshot, for he was satisfied they ,
would soon grow weary of the deep bass voioe of
the long-eared "Colt." A gentleman who "passed '
by on the other side" yesterday reports that Mr. !
b. was sitting on the doorstep with his ears
(tufi'ed with cotton, while his neighbors were
hunting an attorney to bring an injunction suit
aiinet the jackass. I
A good story is told of a teacher who was talk- ;
ing to her scholars regarding the order of the :
higher lein. It was a very profitable subject, ,
and one in which the children took an uncommon :
intrert. She told theui that the angels came
liret in perfection, and when she asked them who .
came next, and was readily answered by one boy,
Mm," she lelt encouraged to aek:
What comes next to man ?" j
And here a little shaver, who was evidently
smarting under a defeat in the preceding ques- ,
uob, immediately distanced all competitors, by
"His undershirt, ma'am !"
Hotels. Of hotels, etc., Joeh said : Hotels
are houses of refuge, house.- fur the vagrants, the
mariner's retreat, and the bachelor's fireside ;
and a good landlord if like a good etep-motlier ;
be knows his business, and in-ans to do his duty,
lie knows how to rub his hands with joy when
the traveler draws nigh ; be knows how to smile ;
he knew your wile's first husband, but be don't
epcak about that. He can tell to a sprinkle
whether it will rain to-morrow or not ; he hears
your complaints with a tear in his eye, and
stands round ready with a shirt-collar as white
as a piece of broken china. A man may be a
good Supreme Court Judge, and at the same time :
u. miserable landlord. It is too often the case
that landlords go into the hash business as minis- (
ters go into their professions with the very best
motives, but the poorest kind of prospects Josh ,
VOL. XVI-XO. 11.!
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Late J:ni!uii, ire-n k Co )
f MPOUTKK AM COM MISSION
JL CIlANr. i.r ru
L'yil' and the I.n-.l rri'lTwriti-m. Vf.rthern Amurance
Ccui.ai.y, ami llnliili anl rurnn Mur.r r li.suraurtr
iiihCT ire Proof liUihlinit. Kaahmann un I Queen t. ly
S. B. DOLE,
1TTORXKV AT I..A V. OFFICE OVER
X Kictiardou tore, corn-r if rrt and Wrrchnnt Str-et,
ED. HOFPSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS ANO COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Corner of Fort aad Mcrchaot blreru. tub9 ly
h. L. Lrwm.
S. MAGNIN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AM) DEAEERS IN GEN
Urj Good 4, Clothiof, buoU and Shoe, and Oent'i Furnish log
mh9 Nuuaoa 8U, correr of Marine, Honolulu, II. I. If
J. ULWHITNEY, D. D. S.
TlEMlST, OFFICE OVER DR. IIOFF-.
W MANN'S UKLO SroKK,
Corner of Kaahamuiu and Merchant street. OQice hours
Ja8 Irom U a. M till 2 r. u y
a. s. CLicHoas. miTHia..
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AM) WHOLESALE AM)
KKTAIL DZXLMJi IS
Comer Queeo and Kauhumnuu Sii.,
o7 ly Nuuai.u St., ami Corner Fort and Hotel 3t.
A. F. JUDD,
TTORNEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LA V.
Fort urevt, three doors below .Merthai.l St. ulS ly
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
1 ATE SURGEON V. S. ARM V. CAN HE
lJ cooiultetl at his residence on Uotel tueet, between Ala
kea and Fort Streets. ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAI
ers ia Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, llools nd Shoes,
und every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods.
Plore formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich, Makee's
nlS libKtk, Queen Street. ly
VTTORNEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Office oer Whitney's IJook-store, Honolulu. n4 6m
E. 0. HALL & SON,
UTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD-
lAKi; Dry Goods. Paints. Oils, and General Merchandise.
Corner Fort and King ts.
JAS. W. GIRVIN,
CIO M M ISS I O N .M ERCH A NT AND DE I LE R
I in General Merchandise. LAHAINA.
Orders lru the oilier Isiuiids promptly attended to. oZS 6m
BROWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES.
ale. " J
9nolulu, II. I.
JL WINES AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
9 Merchant Si reeU lo!4 ly I Honolulu
CHULAN & BROTHER,
IM PO RT E RS OF AND DEALERS IN j
CliiN A GOODS j
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, coq- .
stautly on Laud, a superior quality of Hawaiiau Rice. j
23 Nuuai.u Street, Honolulu. ly j
C. S. BARTOW,
UCTIONEER. SALESROOM ON QUEEN
Street, one door from Kauhumana.
LEWERS & DICKSON,
TfcElLERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
M.3 iv29 Materials, iort street. jy
jy-,9 Materials, iort street.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IM PORTER AND DE LER IN G EN ER A L
MERCH AN DiaE,
a29 Queen Street, Honolulu. IV
Sucretsors to C. L. lllchards Co.)
SHIP I'll ANDLERS AND GENERAL COM
MISSION MEKCIIANI'S. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Abkahaw W. pKiat b.
I. B. PktkhsoM.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS am " V1" nV.. . and
ers in Clothiug. Boots, shoes, Hats, Men s rurnisluiig and
WHOLES ! LI
loes. Hats. .Men's Eui
Fancy Goods. (nil oiu) tio. 11 Kaahumanu ei. tioiioiuiu.
THOS. G. THRUM'S,
STATIONERY, CUTLERY AND NEWS
Depot, and -irculating Library, (late Blacn & Auld's
Stand.' Engraving, Caligraphy, Stencil Cutting, and Copylug,
Merchant Street. Honolulu.
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
X M PORTER AND COMMISSION MER-
Honolulu, Oahu, II I.
W. L. GREEN, j
COMMISSION MERCHANT. FIRE-PROOF j
Building, Queeu Street, ;
o7 iT Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. ,
Ui lJ '
TRAlEK IN WINES.SPIR1TS. ALE AXD
rOXFECTIOXER. NO. 49 HOTEL ST.,
next door to C. E. Williams, Honolulu.
AFONG & ACHUCK,
f.M PORTERS. W HOLESA LE AND RET 4 1 L .
1 Dealer, ia General Merchandise. F.re-proof Store Nuu.. j
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN CEN
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
13 No. SO King Street, Honolulu. 11. I. ly
BOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS (Ml COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise. Queen Street,
Honolulu. Hawaiian l-damls.
Agents fjT the Kaunakukai. Munaiua and Kakaako Salt
fj Works. ly .
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE '
IN NUUANU VALLEY FOR SALE ! j
the undersigned offers j
V KOttfrALK hi. properly rituated iu Nuuanu !
Li Valley on the side. I:ween the resi ieni-es '
of J. II. WouVhoii! and C. C. Harris. The lot contains abuut '
three acres of good pasture land, well aatered, on which is
located a ol. substantial, and convenient Dwelling Hour,
Mables, and Carrioge Hoose, and all the necessary out Uo-isea
in g..xl repair. 1 here is a never-failing spring of pure water
on the premises ; lo a stream of waier runuing through the 1
and Any one wishing to purchase a finely 1 cuted residence ;
will do well lo call and e.inniie lhe alHjve. Teims eav. and i
uia-le kuos ii uu application to Wm. DUNCAN.
aj,( At hi Blacksmith Shop on Ksplanade.
Riding Pants, Riding Pants.
GENTLEMEN WHO ARE FOND OF THE
I exercise. cal.n,rsee th"splend.d j
table material uia le for Kidin. at !
VJt beautiful and graceful
bediord Cord, the not suit
apti J KENVON'S. Tail.-r. King St. Honolulu.
1 chiftl ail the Cattle running on the Mnihn and all other
Kola L-inJs of East Maji. hereby f..rb:d all persons, under
penalty of neii.g proceeded au-aiio-t at law, Irom purchasing.,
driving or branding auy of ssid caliie. "
tt The following is our registered brsnd, and
mil persons are hereby warned against using or
imitating the same.
AKANA & CO.
Hona'alu, Marchl, 1SI3. mh2J Cai
PIANO FOR SALE !
T? I A GOOD TON ED, A ND COMPARA-
f"'TUVrr tively new one. To be seen at P. G. GUCICK'S,
near Punahou particulars to l-e obtained of T. Vf. Gulirk, at
Dr. V. IIIIN1.V'.- MftH E. M-i. hant .vrew. spi:: lm
A. C. SHITH,
CRfiCKIt .4MSIIII A MH.KU. I-A-
M II A l N A , M A CI.
Moorjr and lcru;t furnish! t- rhipa ou t.voratile Tcrui.
H. IIAGKFELD & Co.
H. E. McLNTYEE k BROTHER,
riKOCKRV. FKF.U STOKE AXD llAKEttl"
VJt Corner of King and Fort Streets,
930 ly Honolulu. II. I.
f)ROFESSOR OF MUSIC AND LANGUAGES.
jaJO) Orders way be left t T. Q. Thrum's Uook Store, ly
T. 1. HATdCLDK. F, H. HAY8KLOUM.
DE I LERS IN DRV GOODS, FA X C V
Gooi'S AND CLOTHING.
Criterion Buildiu, Fort M. (sld ly) llouolulil, H. I.
IMPORTER OF AND DEALER IN TO.
M. BACCO AND ClUAKf,
44 Fort Street, (, ly) Honolulu. II. I.
C. BREWER & CO.,
AND SHIPPING MER
CHANTS. (aul9 ly) IIawai;an Inlands.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
CIOMMISSION MEKCHANT AND GEN
KKAL MilPPINU AGENT,
Honolulu, Hawaiiau Islands. jy2J ly
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AM) COMMISSION' MER-
IIouolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.;
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON !
The Bank of California..... ...San Francisco j
.Messrs. bees II Waller............ ...........New York j
Tremont National Bank. ........................... ..Bob ton ;
Oriental Uauk Corporation Loudon j
Oriental Bank Corporation, payable in Syduey, Melbourne i
Agents for the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New
Receive Deposits, Discount First-class Business Paper,
attend to Collecting, Sc., &c luyZO
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.,
iillYSICIAN AND SURGEON, CORNER
Merchant and Kaahumanu Sts , near the l'oet-otfice.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
liriLh CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MERCHANDISE and SIUPflNG BLSINESS at the
! above tort, where they are prepared to furnish the justly cele-
t brated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other recruits as are
j required bv whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
I most reasonable terms. (au!2 ly) FIREWOOD ON HAN D.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
importers and dealers i n h ard,
Cutlery, Dry Gool, Paints and Oils, and General
No. 95 Kiug Street, Honolulu.
-TiOMMISSlON MERCHANT AND GEN
,e Paukaa and Amauulu Sugar Plantations Im-
Agent for the
r Teas and other Chinese nml Foreign Goods
1 wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
In New Stone Store, Nuuanu Street, below King. jull) ly
" W. C. JONES,
A TTORXEV AT LAW AND LAND AGENT
2 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 Secial business.
aul9 Office next door to C. C. Bennett's Store. ly
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES HISOLD BUSINESS IN THE
rire-prHif building, Kaahumanu Mreet,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars !
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention givento
tine watch repairing. Sextant ami quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
jy'J9 band and for sale. ly
L. L. TORBERT,
HEALER IN ALL KINDS OF BUILDING
Paints and Oil, Wall Paper, Window and Picture Glass,
Sash, Blinds, Door, &c, 4c.
' OKric No. 20 Esplanade, (a29 ly) Oppo-iite Coukt Horse
IMPORTER AXD DEALER IN CLOTH
ING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, aud every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. JJ" Benkerl's Fine Calf Dress Booj,
always on hand.
N. E. Cohnkb or Fort and Mkkchant Streets. jal3 ly
E. P. ADAMS,
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MER-
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. ja6 ly j
a- jcdd. j. a. lattos.
TTTTY T A TTITI r IT
1 ROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS, !
VI ramily Grocery and reed store,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu.
J. S. Walker. S. C. Allen
WALKER & ALLEN,
HIPPING AND COMMISSION
' Hawaiian Packet Line,
j Imperial Fire Insurance Company, London.
Merchant's Mutual Marine Insurance Co., S in Francisco.
NO. 4 4 FORT STREET.
ONSTANTLY ON HAND THE CHOICEST
Fine (nt (lie Mini and Siuoklii Tolatro,
Turkish, Kii--lsu i. Havana (iarrltus
Havana, (.ennan and
f lMr Ca,f!S, Tooaff0 CascS
CIgarrito Paper, Pipe (leaners.
Meerschaum, Briar Wood and other
j . -r j ,
J J -1. AZa iC? .
KILAUEA" SMOKING TOBACCO !
So well known f.r its pinty and freshness, being prepared ;
from the best article of Natural Leaf.
H. BOLLM ANN. No. 44 Fort Street.
(SIZE 14x28) wF
CLINT'S VIEW OF HONOLULU,
CAN NOW BE HAD AT THREE DUU
L AK each, at the Circulating Library and News Depot.
It is suitable f. r Pari' r, Couiuiu? House, or for mailing to
friunds, as it is the brsi view ever executed
HAWAIIAN TARIFF AND DIGEST
Laws & Regulation of (he Customs!
PILOT AND IIARHOR REGULATIONS,
Positions aud Bearings of Light iiouies. Currency T ibles,
Postage Rater, List of DipluO.:UiC and Cti.vuiar Ab-eiil3, Etc.
COMPILED BV J. A. HAS-1NQER.
XT Price- 1.5(1 in Paprr, 1.?5 Beards.
a.fl At THOS. i. THKl'M'i.
R. WHITMAN & CO,,
Manufacturers and Deahrs in Saddles,
II A K V ESS. A I) h V Kit V C-SS-Rr-'
drrrripuoii arti'ie in our iae. tV.-
M7' Slut'. Saddle, l!.irut & Carriage Lf-atut r,
Co:.t:imU' on liari.l.
Set-ial attention paid to Carriage Ttiuminp and Trunk Work.
I r Or.irrs frum the othi-r isian Is 9hci:M. wn.l ; .ruiutt-'y
No 83 Kiug St., Sijjii ot I be- Ilorac.
ri30 Houolu'.u, R. I
A. D. BOLSTER,
Ilunf, Sill I, Sign, Crrla?f A. OmauientAl TalntlU'
1 - '
in all its oraucbci.
T THE OLD STAND. K A A II U M A XU
. ttrnt, will execute all orders In hii line trith promptness,
at low rate;), and in as good style as any. jati ly
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
spectfully inform the public that he. s prepared to cant
and nnlsn a:i mn.is oi nras anil couposmon wora Wiia
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
XT" All kinds of ship and plantation wot' furnished on short
IT Constantly on hand, hose coap4tns f the following,
aires i J, i, 1, , 2 and 2J. Also, oil up and gauge cocks
JA.UK4 A. HOPPER,
s30 ly Kine street.
M. T. DONNELL,
1MPOKTKR AND U ASCfAC-CREB Of
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
O" Old Furniture repaired and Matrasses of all de
scriplions made lo order.
Before buying elsewhere call at SGand Hi Kiutf street
HAYSELDEN & SON,
Builders and Contractors.
Are prepared to give estim.tes f.r every kind of
Work connected with the building .rades.
Residence corner of Nuuanu and Kukd Streets. aul9
C. E. VILLIAMS,
! Manufacturer. Importer and Dealer in
C OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
fGl Furniture Ware Kimjiu ou Fort strtet ;
'1' the old stand. Hotel street, near For;.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Fort and Uotel Streets, llonoln'n.-
ri- fl.irriauea Trimmed witli neatness and dlpatch. Island
Orders attended to piotnptly. aul9 ly
J. S. DICKSON,
i House, Ship and Sign Painter, 92 King St.,
; . r P ..SK w MI LING- i
7VK RL'V PP'rB MfcMRS. D1LUAU-
1 HAM Co. ,..... :
Grainiiu;. Marblinir. Gilding, Calson.np, Paper Hanging,
Ac, &c, executed on the shortest Dolce, and on the inokt
reasonable terms. y-7 ui
mi r- r s MDDCI I TATT flT? i
n2J U Si . V, Iti r" a a. a.a-, -v,
, lt NCUANU STRKvT,
Opposite Merchant St. (myli ly) Honolulu. I
j " . '
J. H. WICKE,
r CABINET MAKER, i-lakea Street,
X my 13 lieiow the Theatre ly
T Furniture made and repaired at tasonahle prices.
J. M. OAT.SKS., W. . WO.ll.SKY. J. M. OAT, JR.
J. M. OAT & CO.,
Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof
on the wharf, foot of Nuunu street, Honolulu, ii. i. i
! XT Ail Orders iu our Line executed wth promptness and
' dispatch, ami Work Guaranteed to give Saisfaction.
j RKI'LK BY hKHMIS.-ION U :
A.J. Cartwright. Eso,. C. Brewer v Co.
' A. W. I'eirce Co. C. A. WilUims & Co.
, II. II. Hackfeld & Co. Walker & Allen.
Dowsett & Co. Holies A Ci. 29
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a29 Hotel Si , near the Drug Store of E Strehz tf Co. ly
J. T. CHAYTER,
Ship and General Blacksmith,
Shop ou the Esplanaie, uear the Cus- ;
to in Hoif, j
Where he is prepared to execute all orders j
j in his line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner j
Hone-shoeing done with nearness an. dispatch. ja20 ly !
Saddle and Elarne .llakei,
KiyG STREET, HOUO.ULU.
Carrlase Trlmuiins la al Its1
Orders from the other Islands promptly S tended to. jy29 ly
, !n,ioE rn11 A i?
mer.;hoe That U
LU. H. I. PlIOE A H AT U
I i i i . - . r . i . nwwfLri.c :
7 4 ami 7(1 King street, Honolulu. Youwill there be sccom- j
moiUteil by a first class mechanic Ym will also find It to !
your advantage to lake your Carriage and Ceneral Blacksmith-
ing. Painting, R pairing, 4c to the same otabhshiiient.
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
(iENTLOIEN'S LINtil K003I !
tlR.ROB E RT R V C K O FT V OULD R ES-
I'l pccifully announce to the Pu' lie thit he bus
Opened on Fort Street !
Opposite Williama Furuiure Ware-
Ice Cream Saloon fcr Ladies !
' . - u - , . i
ICE CREAM, CAKE, TEA AHD COFFEE ! j
ut all hours. i
. HOT LUNCH DAILY FROM 12 TO 2. 1
Hoping to he .Me to meet the requ-roents of those who 1
may favor him with their p.tnu:e,
, . '
He Invites all to Give Eim a Call.
Practical Plumber, Foit Street, next
door to the Govi rnmer.t Vird.
Orders for ll lue or hip Work piompcly attended to.
ai 13 ly
IJiivli: Ti. W. Wood
From San Francisco.
EST CALIFORNIA OAT "I AY.
FRESH CAI.1FORMA LIME.
for sale by
II. Hacitfeltl cCo.
Uncoil mid (arrirfSf Uniltlrr, TlauJ kiusSt.,
Ilo:i..lu:u. (hj; It) Is'a:i I c.- !it j ri.ut'y e-rutel.
ii. SfGKLCKX. K. SI-TLKB.
C. SECEL1CEK & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
ua.iuu Stiret, bet. Jh'rfhtut aad Qiift-u,
HAVE CONSTANTI.V t N HAND
. bMf:i. Lril r le. U:!V. iron rii-, rwio ano
t-We-, Lrnd P e, U:v. Iron Pi-, l'iin and lloe
: i-a "J Bibb?. C'k. Ituii KubiH-r 11 e bt-t 3 i iy a
j ' " leiiKtha f 25 and 50 f. el, with Coupling and Tipe e
plt-te. Alwi, a Very Ur;e t.ck ofVinware ol every lecrip-
lion. Jobbinit aud ttrpairtiiit ilme lo onler promptly ana war-
ranted. Particular attention glreu to Ship Work.
i Thankful lo Hie c.t;ien of Honolulu, and lhe Islands ren
er iv (lr their liberal patronaee ia the jtast, we h.. pe by itiict
j attention to business to merit the same for the future.
UP Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
H. VOSS, No. 5 Merchant Street,
; flURTAlX HANGING. CARPET, MAT
; TINU and Oil Cloth laid.
r-r AH siies Matlrases constantly on hand. mi
WAY & TELFER,
Carpenters, Contractors and Builders,
Arr prrpnrnl isesntrael for nil kinds
of work connected with the building trade
Shop on the Esplanade, next to Torbert's machine
G. W. RAUK.
A. W. 8NRLL.
RAHE & SNELL,
j House Carpenters, Contractors, Builders,
Cabinet Makers. Turner. Etc.. Ele.
i f-kriipr O.ieeu Hriil Fni-t $1. . Ilonoltllo.
, , . Eeintr imctical mechanics of louir experience, we are
I f..ft prepared to execute all descriptions of work in the
! XJaX above lities, with promptitude, ou reasonable terms,
i aid hi a satisfactory unutirr. Jo tun
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY, XAVAL AXD CIVIL
I King St., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolulu. o7 ly
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
iu a manner to warrant satisfaction. jaO ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand,
re--. CORNER OF KING AND BETHEL
1 Streets. A large stock of OIL SHOOKS and all
kinds of Coopering Materials cunsLautly on hand.
Also, Shop ou the Esplanade near the Custom Honse.
He hoes by attention to business to merit a continuance
of the patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which
he now returns his thanks. nil ly
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith. Queen St., Honolulu.
Pursaieat the L.wet Marke
int ( ilw Be.t UeOued U
Ulacksmith s Coal.
HAS CONSTANTLY OV HAND A M
arket Prices, a good aasort-
ar liou, and the Beat
3vr ys c? ii inist:
t J Nt
NO. 4 0 FORT STREET. A
re he will allend to all orders
in the n I
LOCK, CI X i. JKKBAL KKl'AIK LIXE
j lie will give siiecisl attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
! ulntiiik' Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
I aud Metal W ork of every description,
i ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
I A Variety of Sewing Machines,
(inns, ristols, Shot, Ammunition,
.MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Arc.
j Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate pans of Machines supplied on short notice.
(U Dost Machine Twist. XX
"l.tB A I: CVT IM THW VTtiCnitV FOIt
The Celebrated I lorence bewing iiiacnines,
Iflantl Orders Solicitetl.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
G K E Y & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Leleo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef; Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Orders Left nt Ira Richardson's Bt and '
Shoe Store will meet will prompt j
ap5 Attendance. j
OPEN TO ALL, EVERY DAY
flf lMfSL'lX THE WEEK
'4 .. .
V 1 1 Vfm i r Honrs IfOl
from 9 A. yi. to 10 P. 51.,
( lt;i i r. in I lie Sailors House.
The SPcoinl Fri'luy evening of each month reserved for the
meetings ot Ihe Y. M. C. A. o7 ly
HONOLULU ICE MANUFACTORY !
rfHE UNDF.KSIG NED HAVING RECEIVED
a trenh supply of Ammonia and made permanent arrange
ments to prevent falling short in th future.
Ice le Delivered
to retuiar customer as Lefoie,
riVE (5) CSIJTS PER POUND ! j
Orders can be given to Mr. W. M. Wallace, who ha the sale
and delivery in char?", or left on the slates at Thai. G. :
Thrum's and at Jod 1 S l.ayton's.
Orders from the other Islands delivered alongside the j
weU, properly packed, at ..me rate with cost of lx and
saw-dust added. Lo.t j.f txjx refui.drd if returned to the .
RefriKeraUjrs and Ice Boxes male to order at h.wrst p..ible
pru-es. D. eMITH.
Il.n..i-.!ii'n r.l. 91 173 f..-91 .tin
A'ss'r si I! V. t". If A 1' AM,
THAT IT IS BY DEATH THAT WE LIVE !
A Grrut Truth, nuotlier Great Truth is
j, v Hint
HAS ENLARGED II IS WORKSHOP
and is now prepsred to do
WAGON AND CARRIAGE WORK
Iepairiii in All its TtrancIii'M !
HORSES SHOD so snug nod neat
You'll wish your own were liorsc' feel.
ItlurLs-Sniilli warU for Ship or Shore
Done quiii- iim wc-ll as crrr before.
I!i nork tlou- qtiirk, liis rlinrr low.
If you v. ill -:ill you'll fiud it so.
n .1 if VM. WFIOIIT.
I WHOLE NO. S31,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND L I) I N It 1 Ri; II .
CAPITA T. IMmtMKK)
Arruinuliilt'ii ami liMralrd l uml, '.! 11 91. 1 I M
l'VIIL'l.'i:lr.'VLll II IIL'L'V . i
M.IIMKII HUM'S ,,r ! k. Sli.l i.'li lLa,.l,
auinoristd lu Insure aiiiit Fire umiu Uvurxble teruit.
Kisks taken in any "irt ut the Iil.ml. un XVikxIcii UulMmts,
aad Menhaudise stured thrriio. Dwelni'C llu.rs aud Furni
ture, l'iuilier. Coals, Ship m harbor tilt r it)out rg.tr. or
under repair. apo ly) KD. UJFFsCULAEJfcR A CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
G K NTS
k ru ly
for l lie Hnw
C. DREWKU H CO.
' Philadelphia Board of Underwriter! I
A GENTS far llir If u vriia Utnnd.,
rm. k. ly
C. BKtWtK Jt CO.
VOTICE.-M 1STERS OF VESSELS VIS-
i. 1T1NG this p.rt in a di.ahled condition and in.ured in
any ot the Bw(on and Puiladelphia Offices niut have Iheir
reports and account, duly certified to by us.
Ieb21 ly '. BREWER CO.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KATES. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous. THEO. II. DAWKS.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire ud Life Polities
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims i or Losses settled with promptitude.
nlS ly THEO. II. DAVIES, Agent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rUMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
M. Boston Board of Underwriters, notify Masters of Vessels
and ot hen that all hills for Repairs on Vessels, and all bills
for General Average purposes, roust be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be r .'presented oo
all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed.
oU ly C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
riMIK UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
JL above Company, have been authorised to iusure risks ou
Cargo, Freight untl Treasure,
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice ver.a.
oU ly II. HACKFELD & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL. 8, 000,000 IN GOLD!
flMIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
M. to ie.ue policies on Fire tliski (with or without the aver
age cluuse), on Plantation Buildings and Machinery, Private
Dwellings, Brick. Stone and Wooden Stores, Merchandise, Coals,
Lumber, Ships iu Port, &c, on the most favorable terms.
XT All loaaea ntljualed anil paid for brreXI
For particulars apply at the office of
WALKER At ALLEN,
aul9 ly Agents fur the Hawaiian Islands
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT Brrnieu Bonra of V udrrw rilcrs.
Agent Drmdru Board Underwriters,
Agent Vieuun Uourd of Underwriters.
Claims againit Insurance Companies within Ihe Jurisdii tluo
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will have to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. Jufl ly
II A I II U RfJ II-1I It E M i: N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchmirtioe stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
lit) ly F. A. SCHAEFER it CO.
SEW AGEXti JUST ESTABLISHED!
(.Kit MAN I A LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
OF NEW YORK.
RESERVE FUND JAN. 1st, 187 I,
OVER 3, 4 00,000.
MIIS ASSOCIATION IS A MUTUAL ONE
and recommends iuelf to all those anxious toiunure their
lives, with an ultimate view f havi ig pohitively provided for
a certain sum to family or friend, that may survive them, by
being carried on on the soumlt at and most lilieral principle.
The company was format and is now controlled by a num
ber f the leading solid citizeus of Ihe State of New York, well
known in all the mo.ieyed institutions of the world.
The Policies contain all the desirable and salient features of
the non-Toi It-it u re system, aud may be surrendered
after a two or three years' run.
Privileges iu regard to traveling are very extensive, the
whole of Kurope being included.
All the Uutiness of this Company is done In caih.
The amount paid since lbSO for Policies expired by death
only, is over tl.WO.OOO
For further information, apply to
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Medical Examiner. Ed. IIorrnAs.v, SI. D. fe3 ly
THE IIOXOLHU IIM WORKS (0.
MAKE ALL KINDS OF
SUGAR MILLS, WIND MILLS,
VACUUM PA??, CLARIFIER3,
TANKS, SMOKE STACKS.
AND II EA V Y SHEET IRON WORK.
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD
Made to Order, aud particular altentlou paid to
S li i p Sm i tli i ng !
Valves, Coclif, and Brars Work of all kinds.
Ceiitri ugal W re Clotlm, of varii.'i iiie es.
Elax Pa:kir)g, Rubber Packing and Belting.
Piping, Elbow., Teea, Beuda, Nipples, Ac.
hU aui at.d water gauge,.
Boiler tubing, various siz' s,
ShafUiig, Bar, Plate and Angle Iron,
Pi iron for ballast, Jcrnp Iron,
Nut', lU,m, Wai-herf, Rivets,
JSTJIZXAJ- MACIIIInTEITY I
1 Small Sired Sug;.r Mill,
1 Medium Sired Su-ar Mi. I,
1 Engine, 2 Hors Power,
1 B iling Down Appaiattis f r Tallow,
2 Turbine Wheels for running Centrifugals with 0 feet
Head of water.
S E C O N D II A N D M A C II I N E R Y !
1 ?mall Tubular Boiler, 2 Horse Power, and engine.
1 Small Sized Mill and Horse poser compile.
2 B'.ilers suitable for tank.
Sawing and Wood Work
KXECt'IED TO ORDER,
Fcr which the Works have unusual facilities.
apfl 3m ALEXANDER YOUNG, Manager
KAEIsEsO II) STOKE !
w?,: WM. RYAN
DEALER IN GROCERIES AND A GEN
eral Assortment of Uoods.
Comer of Q ieen and Richard Mreefs. frU ly
AFsils. 1IOUMIOLTA. Ill WE. Butchers.
11 Nuti.iin Street, nett la lire's Hi. am Bakery, see pre.
pared tu supply llef. Mutton, -il and lyisil., stall hour,
un the ui'Mt rea.orutl U U inta. A shsis ( slraie sulrCMew.
U .I n
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET,
i:. II. IIOYD.
CLoicest Meats from flne.l l.rrds. Poultry, Fish, s'rrUbler
Ac , furioahed loonier. ml.r.O If
KISU STREET. HO. yt)W I V.
si i iy
1tMiOM AND AFTER THIS DATE. TH E
undrrsigued will (unnh a Ursl-cla.. aila l of
FRESH III" ITER,
with Butter-milk given fre to cuidomer.. at FIFTY Ceiils per
pound, iteliverwl every Saturday tnmnliig, from llslemans
rUtwh. Walalua. Oahu. pAMlr.L ANTKEWf.
Honolulu. Jan. II, IfiTJ JJd ly
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
A GENTS FOR THE
a WAIMFA TANNERY.
10 1) Hawaii.
WEST MAUI SUOAR ASSOCIATION !
CMIOICE SI G A RS. CHOP OF 1 nit, NOW
coming In and fur sale by
fe24 ly C. imKWEIl k CO., Agents.
1VAILCKI', MALI. CROP OF 1871
For Sale by C. BREW EU h Co.,
imo.i:i:r milm, r aiiai.w.
C1AM PIIEI.L A. TURTON. Prtsr triors.
J Crop of hugar of suM-iiur uualiiy, now coming Iu ami
for sale (u quantities to suit by
XI. IIACKFFI.D CO.
HOP OF I ST 1 SUGAR A. MOLASSES,
oUUiii For Sale by C. BltKH Ml 4 Co , Agents.
WAIKAI'IJ PLANTATION !
II. Csrawrll, Prrirtor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
Plantation for sale iu lots to uit purctiasers. Apply la
3U ly IJEO. C. l( LEAN, AKnl.
liAUlMKUO PLANTATION SttJAR
NOW COMING IN.
ND FOR MALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
AFONG k ACllI'f'IC.
Honolulu, June 1st, 1871 .
SUGAR AND MOLASSES CHOP INTO,
coining iu, for sale in quantities to suit purchasers,
o7 Uia By WALKER A ALLEN, Aent.
II I L O , II . I .
OlOAR AND MOLASSES.CHOP I'OMIN'O
C9 in and lor sale iu quantities lo suit pun bers Uf
Vt ALKEK M ALLKN, Agents.
PRINCE VILLE PLANTATION.
Sugitr mid Moliiancn Crop I8?(l
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUA NT!
TIES to suit purchasers, by
ja6 tiu WALKER At AL1.F.N, Agnt.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skim,
(CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR HA LE,
J from the well-known
WAIJII2A TANNKItV-C. NOTLKY,
By (al ly) A. 8. CLEGHORN k CO., Agents
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
1ILOT. MEI)I( mT.M) NAVY DREAD,
alwajs on hand and made to order.
Aluo, utvr. Suilt aud liutlrr Crai hera.
JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac.
SHIP DREAD R Ell A RED on the shorle.t notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour. Uked daily auj
always on hand.
H. B.HHOH' IIHEAIt OF TUG. U EST tUJUTV
Living Yet, and has been Living
Honolulu the I,nt iwurteen Veiift I
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS !
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS I
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow!
Aud nil kinds ol Soup Gr-nsr.
Have received ex late arrivals from the Unlkel Btatet slid
Europe supplies of the
tst Material ia oar I.I nr fur Manafartariag
a ...t .III ll.tii. Ia .f In ew.ltit i.t freah .mifillea t.v llfln
and sailing veaaels, is prepared to give salufactiou to All
Dealer anil Consumer ol Hpeelalllf.
M ho will favor him with their trade,
X. IS. All Orders bfl 'tt tUt .Store of M. Melnerny,
Importer and DeabT In B'X'ti and Phoes, N. E. Corner
of Fort and Merchant Ktreetii, will be thank
fully received and promptly
W. J. RAWLINS.
I'racticnl Soup Dsller.
Uleo, King Hi., Honoluls-
Properties For Sale or Lease
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT THK
J entrance of Pauoa Vulley, formerly occupied y ,,f
'I 'll A by Mr. Hephen Cpencer. The lot includes A
fi '''''. large kaio patch au over 2 acres of land.
The llooso and Land f Hietialole !t al North Hons, Hawaii,
formerly oceupird by the late Mr. Daniel Montgomery, and
containing 6t acres.
The c-M.rt d SUOAR LA Ml OF II A K A LA U.
iu lhe District of II. lo, Hawaii.
The Land. House. P., lure and Pn-atines of AI AVKEAK,
Kona, Hasaii, cobtaiidng alxtut 7oti acres.
A Furnished College at Walktki Beach.
AUSO, TO LET
The Premi es at the corner of Fort and Q'leen Htreets, Hav
noltitu, lately occupied by Mr. J. Pickford, and suitable for
office., khois, Ac.
For particular apply to
a6 W. L. ORKKN. '
fK3 PIA1VOS! GZr
2 Splendid Rosewood ColLirJC
Expressly made forroriftaT Clir
Sf For raie ur TUMID. C