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WILLIAMS. BLANCIIARD & CO.,
Shipping L ComniUsion Merchant,
.218 Calirralai 8lret,
mh23 If FkASCl?CO.
A. P. EVEEETT,
ForH.miiuir & Commission SIcTcbant
Ig. FRONT STREtT, CoKNF-ft CI.AT, j
SAX FRANCISCO, j
Particular attention paid to Conn(uBtiii of lUaad lYortaccv ;
I. w..imict. t. ao.
ii. w. sEVKinxeE & to.,
403 FROJiT ST. j
Carper of Clay Ptret. 8AM FRANCISCO. 2 ljr ;
J Kissers Mjclkat.
I furuaMl, U.
COEBITT & MACLEAY,
Importers, Wholesale Grocers and I
Saippr and Dealers of Oregon Produce. !
SAN FRANCISCO t
Olrr 108 CallCcrala Mr ret.
PORTLAND. ORECO.N S
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Bank of Briueu Columbia Portland, Oregon
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UorbKt. Fall....; Co. Portland, Oregon
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YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
U08IERT, ZEPHYR WOOL, Ac, Ac.
HAVI.VO RtHBEVT HUVERS IN THE
Cat aad la KarofM. and hrinc in direct euumaoicatlon i
. i r . on Lite ; -
baat terma aod to aril acoorUUiai. ,
Our Stock is the Largest on tho Pacific '
Coaat, mI we Invite lb
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t aa exantfoatioa of the aamr. i
Particular attratioo glvea to Ordera.
TOBIS, DAV1SS0N CO.
Corner EoUrr h SaaauoMi Sir!, i
a4 turn FrMairiac, Vmlm.
FLINT, PEABODY & CO.,
Skipping & Commlion aJerchants,
Agents of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
rtaa PairiaiD to
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And Etjctfvlhj solicit conslgnmttJs of i'ngars
no ulasd raoDrca.
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Metars. It. IlachM4 A Co Hoiwlolu
Xemr. Caatlo A Cooke Honolulu
409 California Street, San FraocUco. jalO If
W. K. LITIBIDOC,
a. r. BraarrT.
31S Front DC Baa Francisco.
LE YERIDGE, WADHAMS & CO Prompt .uteutlou at
isuccEssoits to n. o. sseatji.) ; lowest Market Kates !
WholesaleGrocers;NOi 9 KAAHUMANU STREET,
4ND-I . . ap JUST ABOVK THE BANK.
orwaraxng ana commission juercaams, :
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o7 . Saaxiwlrh lalaaat F rod ace. 1 ;
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E B. arat baatneaa for npwarda of aeren years, and being
I jcatod la a flr proof brick boiUinff, we ara prrparvdtoreceira '
ami diapoaeof Inland (taplea. aucft aadavar.Kicv.Synips.PaJa, j
Coffee, axe., to ad ran tan. Conaift-nments espeaiallr aolicited
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Fred. I ken. W. T. Coleman s Co.,
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Allen A Lewia. Ladd A TIRon. Leonard A Qreen
J. C. MSB BILL.
on a m caaKBM
J. C. MERRILL & Co.,
Commission, merchants and Auctioneers
204 and 206 California Street,
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Sau Francisco' and Honolulu Packets.
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thaodlae, tblpa baalness, supplying whaleahips, nerotlaUng
ezchaa re, Ac
tr All freirht anWtnc at San Francisco. by or to the Ho
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HAVE JUST RECEIVED
( pAlVAMZED CORKI'CaTED
(lahai'izcd I'lum Iron,
iialmnioJ Water Pip-., 1-2. 3-4, 1, 1 1-2.
2 i' !.c.
O ZV I I V TV I
f iaIaiil'-l F't Tula,
('.H-f Tin Plate, all izr- ;
S:.cet ;:inc, leet LU, L to 14 lh.
RubVr II fce,
f!raMS;!r, lil.-ck Tin, SlW.
A COMPLETE ASSOJITAIENT.
in the Market!
" t'OTTON IL.NT " G, 7, 8, 0, 10, plain and
" Magna Charta," plain atnl ex tension top,
0, 7, 8, 9, 10 inch.
Tlaccr," 7 nnd S.
Ia Criollj." for coal.
Shamrock," 5 1-2 and G in.
Together with a full assortment
i -A- -AU J.- W i
ARTICLES IN THEIR LINE
USEFUL TO HOUSKKEEPERS.
i WATEU Tll'KS VjAID 0."V !
! Work of all kinds on Buildings in our line
! promptly attended to.
Orders from the Other Hands will meet with
A SPLENDID SUPPLY OF
J-JRESS EDGE BOOTS,
CUSTOM MADE riUABK F.DOE BOOT?,
CUSTOM MADK PPMP SOLE BOOT?,
BL'TTOX SIDE G A ITERS,
OXFORD TIES, AND OTIlfcR
1 Klesrniit Toilet .TSirror
Hand Iaftes !
OF NEW DESIGNS, BESIDE
' Dressing Table and Boudoir.
i A LARGE VARIETY OF
PERFUMES, CQSfi.ET.QUE, FINE SOAPS,
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At M. Mel NER NY'S.
I6 3m Cornt rol Firt ind Meirhant Streets.
I DY Tiin
' ItTBsa-fa&la lTtali- eTi aifit o a rr
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j From ITewcastle-upon-Tyne,
j And For Sale by the Undersigned.
' TVEWCASTLE SMITHY COAIM
I 1 10.000 Ramaay's Square Fire Bricks,
j 2,000 Ramsay's Arch Bricks. 10 lous Fire Clay,
j 26 Newcastle Grindstones, 26 tons Pic Iron,
100 tins Boiled Linseed Oil. 10 cks Blar'a Varni.li.
00 tins White Lead, 200 tins White Zinc,
6 tits Trltow Paint,
i 16 tins Light-green Paint. 4 tins B'ue Paint,
10 tins Venetian Red, S tins best Bed Lead,
16 tins M. 6. Green Paint, 26 tins Black Paint,
' b tins Chrome Vcllosr,
j 16 cases Uslvanixed Corrugated Ir.-n,
! 26 boxes Corn Flur, 10 cases Lime Juire Cnnliat,
3 cares Mlxrd Pickles. 4 cases Jsiki,
I 100 green cases Geneva,
30 cacs f inest feewch Whiskey,
10 hh.ls Geneva. 12 qr casks Old Scotch Whiskey,
i 10 qr casks Marett llran1y,
j 6 qr casks Dunville's tU Irish Whiskey,
6 qr cak fine P:e sherry,
j 6qrcaks very fine Sherry,
S hhds Hcnneyny's Brandy.
A qr casks Martvll's Branny,
1 M cases Pale and Inilia Ale, In qt bottle?.
! 'M casvs India Ale in tM.
ALSO, PER BARK MALVINAI
! FK.0M BKEMKRHAYKN.
j JUST ARRIVKI.)!
! 200 cases St. Julien Claret,
40 bbls Lager Beer, And. Mullet," in qts.,
10 bbls Lager Beer. In pinti ,
40 blils Pale Ale, " II. 1'ietjen." qo.irts.
i 10 bbla Pale Ale. " II. Pirtjen." pmU.
I 76 cases Barclay's Porter, quarts and pints,
125 caxks Baas' Pale Ale. 24 caen Swedish Ale,
J 100 cases. 1 drc ea. Old Cornac; 20 caacs Hummel. 1 1nx. ra.;
! 80 eases Nordhauser Whiskey, 125 rreen cases Holland's Gin,
! 100 blue ra.cs Holland's Gin, white bottles.
100 baskets fine Holland Gm, in stone bottles, large size,
26 caeca Brandy, 100 demijohns Strong Alcohol.
20 case Nordhauser Whiskey, 10 bbls Stroug Detnerara Rnro,
26 cases fine Cognac. 60 cases Budeslirkner.
ill cases Liebfraumilch. 3 cases Boonekamp Bitters,
26 eases Pale Sherry, 12 cases Port Wine.
Also, via Panama :
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF DEY GOODS.
ap6 W. L.. GREEN.
WELL CURED ISLAND HA V
at ONtf AND A HALF CKNT PER
jm.-.iu jrrp i.avton'?
Ct '' "'ii " I iii I' I-.. C ; i-. J
SESSION OT 1872.
j THtirrY-FirTn Dat. Jone Htb.
j The Printing Corarnltu? reported back Buti.lry
, Lil! as cornplfWd.
! Hon. A- V. Judd presented Lis Dill for the pro-
taction of woods and forests. Ordered printed.
Hon. Mr. lialemnnti read for iht nrt tirue a bill
. lo abolinb the practice of uiea and wornon living
' U'fTHtber as paramour.
Hon. A. K. Jud.l iiioved to r-jert. T1.N wm
oiurlhing tbal could not be iibiilirt:'l. imt ciMtbi
i b puniti-d under existing l.tw. Tli bill
' onWed piinU-d.
Hon. Mr. Kipi offered a resoltuion reqae-'ing the
Miii;er of the Interior to report tbe muoui'ts piiil
to ri;id j-upervisors on eah i-Wml ;is,-tj.
H'iri. Mr. Mikalmi gave nuti:e of u 'i!l lo
arn-nd Sec. olti of the Civil Cod.', rer cii;i:j liutU-.
oKi-Lit or THE lAY.
The bill rfspectiiipT tbe provtug oi claims on ibe
properly of deceased pernooo, wau. od ino;iou of
tbe- Attorney (ieiieral. pluced at tbe of tho
orders of the day.
Tb; bill to amend Sv-c. 153 of the C.vil Code, to
etL.T with the report of tbe Select Coniaiituc
tbereon. was alio placed at tbe end of tue bie.
Tb bill to amend .ec. 1251 of ibe Civil Cmle, re
liiiD lo marriage (providing that in no case aliall
i it be lawful to marry i;uout a liceuae ;) al.-o, two
' otbers relating to tbe eaioe subject, were reud a
' cecond time, and referred to a tselect committee,
onsisiin of Hon. Messrs. II. Phillips. W. T.
Martin, ii. V. D. Haleuianu, A. F. Jnild, and L.
Tbe bill to amend Sec. 503 of the Civil Code, was
read a second time. (Helming to tax collector.)
The Minister of Finance moved that tbe bill be
' indefinitely postponed. It strikes out the provis
ion of law to tbe effect that in ca"e of no property
bciDg found, tbe person may be compelled to work
i out Lis tax on the roads. Tbe power must be left
: somewhere to enforce Ibe collection of taxes. There
i was a large class in this Kiuduru who bad neither
r-al or personal estate. IIjw are we to make this
class pay tax"S. if we give up the claim upon their
! personal services? The effect would be lhat they
i would eccape altogether, aud the burden of sup-
; porting the government would fall entirely upon
. those who have any property.
This section which
i it is proposed to amend, is no lmid.-bip upon any
' one. During tbe past year, thTe was but one
; person in the distiiet of Honolulu, who was made
. to work under Ibis law.
j Hon. Mr. Carter could believe that in the States
of Mississippi or Georgia before the late rebellion.
fsiicb a ptatule as this might have existed, provid- .
! ing that the person could be seized for the non-pay- i
: ment ot taxes, and bis time Bold at the rate ot 25 j
j cents per day. This law here was the more sur- 1
1 prising in view of the personal freedom guaranteed j
by the Constitution. The imprisonment of the one ;
nun mentioned by tbe .Minister of Finance, was, he j
believed, the Ministers would acknowledge, an tit j
constitutional act. It has been said on this floor ,
that you cannot legislate for this people as you '
would for another race or people. How. he would !
ask, are the people to be educated up to the value I
of freedom, when there are such laws on our stat- !
utes as this and otbers, curtailing personal liberty. ;
The Minister of Foreign Aifairs quoted the laws j
or Massachusetts, as containing the same provision '
as our own statute. j
Tbe Attorney General said that a man could be j
relensed in Jlassachusetts under that law, on prov
ing that he had no money or means.
lion. Mr. Carter said that the comparison between
the ftatnte of Massachusetts nnd ours did not hold
good. There was no provision iu the former lor
putting a man to work.
The Minister of the Interior objected to discuss
ing the laws of Massachusetts in this Assembly.
Hon. Mr. Carter said that during tbe last session
of the Assembly, the Minister of Foreign Affair
quoted tbe laws of Massachusetts on a certain oc
casion, because it suited bis purpose, and when it
suited bis purpose be misquoted thein.Mr.Cai ter was
aware that the statutes ot Massachusetts were not
in favor here, and aow we have His Ex. the Minis
ter of the Interior objecliog to their being quoted
from. All this was consistent with the nature of
the administration of this government for the past
ten years. It was only during the last session of
this Assembly that I heard the laws of Massachusetts
reviled p ud abused. I have proved by tbe statutes
of that State introduced here by tbe Minis'er of For
eign Relations that when a man in Massachusetts
pleads poverty, and proves it, be is discharged. If be
refuses to pay bis taxes be is taken before a Judge,
nnd gives bis reason, and if the fact is established
that be has no means, be is at once discharged. Dur
ing my experience here, as a Tax Collector, I have
never known of a single person exempted from taxa
tion on account of poverty the old, weak or inferior,
were exempted. This system of forcing a man to
work out bis taxes is contrary to the
firr m iiola f
f v...i;....;nn f;r.. JL-A - ll
' . is a vvuoinutiuU sva a a j va ovu aa ui'tu o ra l 9 jf VIA
; take bis body ; you can t separate ins work from his
1 person. Tbe same remark can be made in regard to
' labor contracts. I beg to oiler the following amend
: ment to the bill now before the House :
" In case 110 property can be found whereon to
' levy, then such person, if able-bodied, may be ar
i rested and taken before a judge or magistrate, when
j an examination shall be entered upon to ascertain if
1 he have property of any description to levy upon, and
: if no property can be found, and the person arrested
! make oath that be has no property, be shall be cnti
; tied to a discharge."
j To this I can see no objection, except perhaps, that
i it is framed after the statute of Massachusetts. My
j experience of tbe llawaiians is that there are nowhere
i more willing tax payers than they much more will
; ing than are foreigners. I submit that imprisonment
i at hard labor for non-payment of ta es, is an ait of
! oppi-ession, and tbe law ought to bo repealed. Per-
baps the llawaiians do not properly value personal
: liberty. I have beard it so asserted. If that is so,
' we ought certainly to endeavor to cultivate the love
: of liberty in them. During the last session a bill was
' urged before tbe Assembly that was unconstitutional.
! On a member staling that fact, one of the Ministers j
; said 44 You may know that, but the natives do not." I
I If the Constitution is worth anything, it ought to be j
' tdrictly observed, and if we find a law that is uncm- !
stitutional, let it be repealed. j
I lion. Mr. Kaukaha opposed tbe bill. He did not i
! tbiiik the stntr.te in question was in conflict with the 1
j provisions of tbe Constitution, as to the liberty of j
the person. j
; The Attorney General wished to speak ol another I
j subject before proceeding with tbe consideration j
ot the bill. Jie Hid not pretend toat we were in
, any manner bound by
and fully quoted. Jle th.nex-
j but when they were
should be correctly
plained what tbe provisions of those statutes were
' in regard to delinquent tax payers. He would only
add. that when it was sou eh t to quote laws that
were oppressive, the laws of some othf-r State must
j be quoted, than those of Massachusetts. He, how
; ever, was opposed to the bill before toe House.
! The State has a right to moke a law requiring the
! personal services of its citizens, iu lien of the tax.
if they are able-boute, 1 a ptesent law mtght
perhaps be amended a little, but not in the sweep
tng manner proposed. It certainly was right to
make a man work to pay bis tax. if he was able
bodied but too lazy to earn anything. Eut not to
make a man work to pay taxes on property, if he
has no property. He did not, however, think it was
unconstitutional to force an able-bodied man lo
work out his taxes.
Hon. Mr. Martin was in luvor of the bill, but
would like to have the subject thoroughly discussed.
Hon. A. F. Judd did not think that the laws in
regard to taxation were unconstitutional. It was
expressly provided that the tax assessors should
exempt those who, from poverty, were unable to
pay taxes. The proposed amendment therefore was
unnecessary, and be should oppose it.
House then adjourned.
For the Pacific Commercial Advertiser.
'17rli ol tlio "JIurrny."
All aboard koe 'Frisco! Ajc, aye, "permis
sion, per J). C. Murray,' out of Kamehameba's
Kingdom is granted " to viz : A bride and
groom ; a blighted yonth with a brother, tender and
true ; a blxmiug maiden, " rare and radiant ; an I
elderly Udy and daughter in sable robes ; a Califor- j
nia matron with children three, her buxom Hibernian I
maid and an assiduous cicisbeo ; a Scottish dame
with her three bairns; with two a Jewish mother; a
pair of spartan-i ankee teachers; a rubicund skipper;
an architect, teutonic; a distant out neverena con-
1i"s .trfiSir'ffi i
go go BE O 'jE, growled the gong, and adieus
formal and superficial, many heartfelt a few
were quickly ended. " Cs-st off that stern-line,
please." All gone, sir" and guided by no partial
pilot but a Mac entire our bark floats out npon the
main bearing the little flock aforesaid, but not with
out a Shepherd. Let the ensuing five days be re
cordless saTe by the significant term sea-sickness !
And then the trades subside, followed by calms, and
breeze, often fair but Tery faint. Successive days
of mild monotony test the inherent resources of tbe
narrowly cribbed and confined, if not wholly cabined
passengers. But propinquity did not fuse this little
accidental community into an indistinguishable mays
of commonness. Six distinct cliques speedily drvel
oped themselves and remained intact throughout the
Toyage a social result not superseded, proportion
ally, in Honolulu itself. Jow, dear Advertiser,
your present correspondent does not, indiscrimi
nately, deprecate cliques. H is no pessimist. He
sees amenities, and a compensation numerous, at
least in social phases which to other minds evince
only depravity, and that total. Our half a dozen
J cliques were a seqrience of the law rf natural sclir.
tion : e. g., the nucleus cf number one was nuptial;
. the converging point of naii.ber two was, will she .
i make her bliss eonnuMa! T A Christ-like devotion lo
a beluviml brother's lite demanded another necessitous j
; isolation. And so a caret 1 analysis could discover '
i in each c&e a reason, quite inseparable from the '
j nature of things, for our peculiar social archipelago, j
Tbe consequence were damaging to nobody. W itb- :
' out immoderate fusion, we bad bat little confusion,
1 and no great degree of school-girl grief at parting
' not. however, lost to memory as quickly, perhaps, as ,
if all bad confided all their secrets to each other dur- .
ing an accalcutaj contiguity of nineteen days. These
days were divided, gatitrcnoiuically into three
epochs. We ate at 8, a. h., look tiffin at 12, x
and the riua.1 fulfillment of fctcmachie desire occurred
. at o, p. . And then the daily pot-prsn iiul prun-
, eni le on" deck. Lining snve tbe Lum-wi puexiou
for play exceptionally Mnl on sbipboard wid,
not to - iy loss, ir devotee. Wii, women who niiiit
net ot!ii;vvr - !irii ! o ui.t at erlW-ige ! I !-
concluded tje isv, aii l, narrow berth, the iiight.
And then, each liy, the children, nine, played turlr
utMXDScious rarts to rw-rfectiou, blissfully oblivious'
' of wbt re or how the future migbt catU their lots.
' All the sick baby played together during the
day, but as the evening shades prevailed, only one
a suiad but prodigy -oas pigianini played upon the
violin. And so wore on ten Pacific days, hud then
the winds blew great guns for forty-eight hours a
neptunian plan to show the d;.s;!ridritr between
sea-sickoss and sav, ineasle in regard to recu
rene. tfea-tickoejw is acoordinz to our stomach
perfectly logical. Given, the cause a heaving tea,
; uo 1 tbe eCect follows a heaving Meknsea.
' As we ueared the continental coast, it was again
all quiet on the Pacific. Near Point Heyea. where
j we made the land, occurred what was intended as
; a great transformation scene, but which resulted in
an impressive nautical tableau. It happened in
j this wis:-. The master saw tit to make n tack to
; the right. The wheel was promptly bliiited. the
yards were quickly le versed, the captain f-tood in a
triumphant attitude, the sailors belayed their lines
'. wi:b Assurance, the pa-ngers assumed an inter
' esting pose, of expectation, ami lorsooth the
I i subordinate bark showed not a shadow of change!
! So tin tableau was complete until the order came
' to restore ibe sails and the rudder when the obdu
rate crift slowly wore around to the left. The
i practical captain found a solution of the fiasco jti
j ""onianne current the perversity ol syrens under
j rue hcs toying Willi tue Keel wouiU nave bi'en sug
; gestt-d to mariners in ancient time sailing near
Neapolitan shores. Passing the Farrul '-nes loom
: ing up through the mist in domes and minarets
ami pinnacles like a great cathedral guard of the
t Golden Gate, we dropped anchor near oar dock as
i the bay city began to show it3 nocturnal lights,
j Well, we arrived in triumph for bad not the
Murray with common air and simple canvas beat
i the MoLowjo of the steam line? B.
San Francisco. Mav 21. 1872.
600 ACRES REAL ESTATE!
THE I'MDRRSIGXBD II AS UK EN
Instructs. I to offer fir sale. 600 Acres of Land
known as I'opp's Plantntion. situated 3 miles
? from Hana harbor, in the district of U lna, Kast Maui This
' I nnd Is suitable for a SjgHr PlHiitatioc, -"! unvarpamcd on
I Maul for a lairy. The Improreuieuti are
I One Substantial Wood House !
i And one Lsrge lir&ss House.
70acrrsof hog and honw pas- i
over 250 Lare Bread Fruit '
1 lure, in this pasture .uere are
I Trees 1n full tvarins;, and fifty
mall Kreadfruit Trees ; !
this pasture i suhsiantially frucrd with tone, the wall i
of which i 4 feo-t G inches tinh. 3 feet wide at the bottoui and lti
Inches at the trip, a acres calf pen, huilt in corner of heir and
liorw pasture, '1 iicic gardeu, 1 acre tuinanas, 1 acre sweet
potatoes, nw rise. The fences are stone and substantially
built; stockyard,! chain wide nnd 11 chains long, fret
inches high, 4 fett at tbe bottom and 2 feet on top. there are 5
acres of pumikiii planted heteen, 1 or 2 acres now henrinK.
There will" be sold with the land 2'i hesd of cuttle, 100 hoes.
more or less. 2 plough, horses, horse t-art and harness, horse j
plrmith, harrow, cultivator, Ac , oC. The price per acrs, the J
inventory, piven in with the laud.
For particuliirs, apply to
jul 2in JOHN THOS. WATKflUOUSR.
THE GLOBE HOTEL !
KING STREET. NEAR
Fmt Street, Honolulu, H- I.
Xew Faces, Xew Furniture, New Dishes,
i New e-ei vthinjr. The andersisrned, is pleased to inform (he pub
lic generally that he has purchased the above well known prem
ises for the purpose of carrying on a Grat-class hotel business
in all i:s branches, and having had the smue completely reno
VHted and eleftntly furnished in every particular, it is now open
f..r the reception of guests. The lard-r will be supplied with
the best the market m Cords. Also, having eogMged the services
of a first-claw Chcfe de Cuisine, he is prepared to suft the
taste of the most faiildious, nnd no expense or pains will be
spared to make this hotel the favorite with the public of Hono
lulu, lieiiift centrally located and free from dust and inconve
niences, it offers gieat inducements for merchants and others to
give him a cull. He hopes by strict attention to the wants and
comforts or his pu-sls, to merit a liberitl snure of public pat
ronage. Terms reasonable, further particulars made known
I by applyinir on the premises, to
roJ6m V. A. THAI c-Il, Proprietor.
j -- -
REMOVAL of CHULAN & Co.
EUILDING FORMESLY OCCUPIED
MESSRS. CHl'LlN i CO.. BEC LEAVE
to call attention to the fact that they have removed to
the i;uilding mentioned avve, where thy hare
For Sale all Descriptions of
DRV CiOODS, II ATS,
HOOTS AMP SHOES,
CLOTHING, RICE, PADDV,
SILKS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS!
CREPE SII A W I.S.
GOLD, SILVER Ai IVORY CARD CASES !
Ai c 0. Jk c.
WHICH WILL BE SOLD VERY
JUST RECEIVED ;
A NO FOR SALE AT THE
OLDEST T03ACCD AND CIGAR STORE
A LiRCE AND FIXE
II A V A X A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Small Lot of Yerj FlIlC CiffareUCS ! I
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST !
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO !
.TIeeichauui Pipes !
Cigar Holders, Szc etc.
H. I. NOLTE,
Corner Qnrrn nud ' a rm itu Sta.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
rflMIE rXDERSIGXED. EXECCTORS OF
tbe Wlil of the Iste K. MuKFITT. will cause to be sold at I
Public Auction, in August oxt. If not previously disposed of j
i at private sale.
i THE ESTATE OF SAHTfifJ POINT,
! On Oahd, consioiitic of Fine Grnzinir Land, about 800 bead of
imported Cattle, -iu llor.es, aud a small nock of choice cheep.
There is an excellent dwell. ng hoce with out houses atii fur
The paddocks and pens for divldins; the stock are unuiual'j
complete and extensive. There la a Wool hed. Wool Press,
and every requisite for carrying on the Hauch without furthia
For further partlTtlsrs. app'T to W. L. QBF.EN. or
ap-iO-tf A. f CI.IIOHOHM.
C U EITY
? I I F E
X INT 3 XT 3FL TST C2 E5
. St mm a) 33 Vimf Nr !.. . V.
IS. AC II.
VICE I RKSITEXT
- THE SECURITY LIFE
Ailraatajres DirpAsstd In its terms of sn-for-ffitnre
fiprr.v-fd la all its pollrles. Absolite Ee
moial of all Re-trirtion os Travel doing sway
wild Kitra Bates aad Permit:, bavin; Contested
(laioii, and aklag oo Bnuerearr question.
Larrt offlrial return- of over Sevent) Life InBraure
Companies now doing badness tn the I nltrd
States, ranks the SLll U1TV LIFE as
secend t aone la point of In
crease of business fur
1ST I over 1M0.
Though this Company hss demonstrated the value of Life
Insurance by distributing among the
j Widows & Orphans of 320 Members
Sum of nearly $800,000,
Its loiises, ill proportion to the nnniber of the insured and the
j amount of insurance, have been remirlctbly f-w ud litem.
, To every iersuu seeking mutual insurance this fuel i very
The cost of the Insurance depend 'r"ii the vitality of the
. Company in which yu iiisnre, ami iUk best .roof t! iuhcrctil
: vitality is the low ratio of claims in the past.
Ratio at losses on new Luiinrss of 1ST0, uot one dollar on a
'f K Prompt VuinmUs'onent of the Xew York- Life
' J J
iMurance IJepfttiineut thus report uj trie
We now come to a brilliant, onward, approved embodiment
of American Life Insurance th Security Lee Insurance Com
pany of New York. A polititlnn would say, the Security is
the people's choice. It has crri-only strong 0ular endorse
ment, by the Atlantic, the Mississippi, and the Paciflo, the
voice ol thousands spiak it lair, 'the Security attained the
Kreatest iiicrfaiie of annual business in 1870 over 18fl of all
the lifi? companies of the l'nitd Stnt-s. W hen this H consid
ered In connection with the past prores of the olhce, its
future runt on the life ro'l i- h subject of no difficult cnt.jecture.
liven with this additions i f 1S70 there is no dispniportio.iii e
outgrowth. It has been regularly built up lo the present pro
portion, not suddenly projected furwHrd. It has passed ahead
of other companies hy the dur opemtioii and momentum of ill
own normal law of accumulation.
Aicrnt n I Honolulu.
S'. 11. This in the only Company in the
United State who Ctlmrfre no extra rate
for INSURANCE on WOMEN or for
Seamen. inlilO 2tu
OlTer lor Sulc
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
IPlour eft? EreadL,
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
F I IV E V II A A E
FOR. INVESTING A SM.iLLiit'M
of money, or of serarius
0E F THE 3I0ST ELIGIBLE MYELLIXC LOTS
In the City of Honolulu, Is now off-red by the CnnVrsieued. He
;.deirous to dispose of that fine and hrslthlly situtl pi-c-of
Land adjoining the Government Uarden, and fronting School
and Fort Streets at the head of th- latter.
Any one wishing to purchase should aily soon, as the Lot
will be IM-Id at a luw figure. apO J. fc. LtMON.
Bark TZ. W. Wood
From San Francisco.
EST CALIFORNIA OAT II A I",
FRESH CALIFORNIA LIME.
FOR Is A LB BY
aPG H. Hackfeld&Co.
UNDERSIGNED. FROM AND AFTER
date, will issue Bills of Exchange and Letters of
SAN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK.
LONDON", HAMBURG and BREMEN,
In sums to suit at lowest rate.
Best Commercial Paper discounted on the most favorabls
Cash advaocee made on consignments of Islaod produce at
he rste of intertst of 9 cent- per anoum.
if H. HACKFELD it CO.
FOB. SALE !
EST 3 PLf INDIA RI'BBER HOSE. 3-4
inch sn.t 1 in.'h. f.p'-Hi) It. II ACKFFLD A Co.
A Clioice Article in Iadie, Iallc Thrcml Howe,
. . . i
bailie' Very Flue While Cotton IIom,
t rench Cambric Trim, tiiiall llsure,
DarU and .Tied in in I.ilac TrintM,
A Full Asortinciit of Wliite Fque, figured and corded,
All . Tinker In AVIiite Cottons,
Aborted Qualities in Victoria, Bishop and other I-nuii
-A. Choice Tn voice of
FRENCH GAdlBRIG EDGINGS, SGOLLOPifIGS
Black Silk Guipure Laces, Black Maltese Laces,
White Maltese Real Laces, fully assorted,
White Egyptian EdglngSs White Saxony Edgings,
White Cluny Laces, Valenciennes Laces,
White Mecklen Laces, White Dutchen Laces,
Assorted Imitation Crochet, Star and Nington Trimmings and
Plaited Jaconet and Embroidered Trimmings for Ladies Skirts,
A Very Fine Quality in Real FRENCH MERINOES, Black,
Brown, White, Scarlet, and other Colors.
INFANT'S Ef.EC.ANT EMBROIDEKEO KOISES
GENT'S WHITE DRESS AND OTHER SHIRTS
In Every Size. CLOTHING, &c, Ctc.
HAYSELDEFJ BROS., ;.:
C. E. "Williams' Fire-Proof Building,
NEW G -
Oo HALL & SON
HAVE JUST KKCBIVKI) A. FULL ASSORTMENT OP '
VARE, 0001(10 STOVES
SILVER PLATED. WAKE,
OS L S
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Pence Wire, Hoa. 4, 0 sjxl 8, with staples) M'heelbarrnws,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three inches j CarrliiRe gjirlngs, Carriage Hardware, Horse Phoes, Ho ss Nails,
Cut Nails, 31 to 60d Clinch Nails, Itoat Nails, Cut aod Wrought P pi Ices, 4 to 8 Inches Shoe Ittl and F1d41ii ,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
Uridle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Trees ami Stirrups,, Marble Wash liaslns and Fixtures,
A Full Assortment of Cnrpeuter'H nnd Agricultural Tool.
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, GALTAMZF.I) TUBS AND PAIL.S, 4Vc. Vc.
New iioods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
Drlck Store, corner of Fort and King Sts.
KEY YORK STYLES OP; FANCY. PRINTS I
JUST RECEIVED E"2"
CASTLE &d COOKIE.
A L S O
IINEST AND M EDI CM ENGLISH AND AMERICAN LONG CLOTHS. FINEST HON-
(7 nie Bla'k hi lie, Mi-dmm quality do . ,
Finest Black Machine Silk. also, assorted colors and numlMsrs. Nrw lot yrrs at McNsukIiI's, aod Taylor's superior Machine
tpool Cotton, Ladies' Mrab Doe and Lisle TFrrad (iauotlets. Silk Kiaatic,
Black, brown, slats aod huff Lim n Holland, and tHI'.t,
A splendid assortment of t'earl Drrss, Veat aad Coat buttons. Fancy Neck Tl-s, Finest Black Trspe. Hooks and Kres
. . . , 1 ,, U U . w ..I .1.. 1.1 I I . . . . " .. ... '
riiaca aiwui. iu quaniic.. uu fvwM iaw.
. . ... j t . 1 1 . . . . f ! - .. .... . . . -
t lilte anu coiorru orilliAuia, riiK. r i jri., aw..
JVlso, Expected "by tlio Steamer,
A LARGE ASST. OF MERCHANDISE SUITABLE FOR ALL I
Fancy Flannels, Fr-nch CoraeU,
Faucy Work Baskets,
White and Brown Linens,
o l- : .. T . . flm U1nlA..
i HARDWARE. &C.
ana Hammer, emery cioiu, Best to. Lnnllsh Belting
riuir.b i K.KITIA i.na, .... j uiMiicu, n int. vnD risnftCII.
I) fXTTQ A "VTi OTT i T'" t Pari. Oreetiln OH. 1,. nd2 Ib.tlnsi tins French
1 ) IN U Vl 1 o eilow Burnt and Haw Cmbrr. boiled aua Ut Oil.
Castor and Neats Fo Oil, White Lead aud iiue, Csrriace, Furniture aod Coach Varnish.
JUST RECEIVED PER ATLAS
Bnrlaps Saddlery, Hoop Iron, Btt Iron, Tello-sr Ochrf, rreneh Yellow, Dry Pire Lead;
From ISTew York and. San Francisco :
Hunt's Axes, Ox Bows, 1J, 1 and 3 In. Tokes, quar. aod HexaseD Nut, tp.drs, fchoreU, Tin FUte
A floe assortment or File up to IS laches, Brass and Iron bcr.ws, Best Leal Glue, bog Chains.
ON HAND, BEST GOLDEN GATE FLOUR, DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL. Ac. &c. fee.
VII.Ia SELL. TO THE
Aitaca, uiv.u, viue ana scant uooorss. all QQailtlrs.
" ' '
811k I ndershlrts. Lisle Thread Ilose, Marseilles Quilts Merino do
Fancy Plaid Olnghams. Manchester White do.
lletuatiUlMrd Handkerchiefs, ladlaa ami nfa
U f . L a. . . . . P I w
. Enrelores. Fsber's Draw Ins; and Carpenter's reoclls.
's, Kasterbrook's aad W ashiiiKtoo Medallion F.us.
Morlee Gauirea. Hammers. Chlarta. Table Hutlar swk.
Boiters goo's make; BaU Needles, fesiu. Iwlns, Farrier Knives
AS LOW AS LOWEST.