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retail IK amnant of suacripta d -s tut tin paper Ameri
cas pot.4 stamps.
Kvery Saturday lorning-.
OY BLACK & AULD.
City d lalassd a fewer! stllwasa. SG.OO sa Vnr.
3.M for His Manilla.
Karri ai 1m aas-r I aliaaa. 7 la I O a Year.
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PiAIJI A5D FA!TCT
COOK AND JOB PRINTING.
rr mix-Mitty. i.it i ?. cm amd a direps
prints In th I. (- cyl af tha art.
A Visit to Maui No. 3.
it ocm owji coiinrojrnist.
OL. XVII-XO. 0.
UOXOLUJX's IIAWAIIAX JSLAXDS, AUGUST 31. 1S7-2.
; whole xo. S4).
a disroaut (rum theae rales, shn h art f.r tranti- iil a4vcrtis
casita ha) ai4 or rhareett quarterly.
XIOHT WOKK OX A PLAXTATIOS.
While i.ttiog aolitarj ia in 7 room botween 11 adJ
an I 12o'chk tb ether Eight, " poring o'er some
l.sg-forg.tteo lore," Ihit i 11 u&ertbel from
m.cgt the store of rJiog maittr potJ Lj rajr
bac. aa J icrjl iber cm the cLaarr, of a Leil'a
m(ai;i hanimer, pealing through the till air of the
mrfht. The aauiuAl (to me) Lour of ringing bell,
cJ the icrt, hrp,aareat jrk with which it waa
raujr. ouuil certain! tr.ra.n sothiog bat fire ! fire !
fire I " ma-l Awakmioi tLe boaAeLolJ, I ru.thevl cut cf
doers eipecting tn eee Wa.!uka tail! ia a Maz. Cat
I uorhiiiS;, cal the) tuimtj loooolight, aieepiojr io
baafj 00 nwjuot-ua brow oJ level plxin ao1 wiJe
atrttchl oceaa, ao l beard nothing, lor tlie bell bvl
ceaael iu clangor. Ia the morniog I learnel that it
u aiuipljr the preTRxiilj anlentul call for A reUj
of night Itborere to tarn-to. Tbas when a certaia
crop or fiU cf cne ie read to be taken cfj, it la
Txrc&mnrj to do it a expeilittoual aa pcrMible, AnJ
theu the mill ia kept grilling night ad-1 1aj. The
gtng of laborer tli.it went 00 at uti-Intgbt Iat night,
work thfir pciil boars anj real t-Ji, being
r!ieTl by a frrnli giug, and thus the wrk g'AA
TItK rlt'OE I BOX BOUX1U
That g-in l the cane at Wailuka mills are moTe-1 by '
a Ire an lerabot water-wbel. It is au intereaticg
Sight tw wikich the procese of grinding. The mill is
L't '.t on a hill-aide, an-1 the cane curaes down in a
slt, a coatio'iuaa atream, slowly passing oa within
the clutclt of th deliberately revolving rolls of iron
snd eom"4 oat on the other side And paaeea off into
the drying yard below, a mass of trash," while
through a apoat at one end of the rollers the rich
juw:e. rrow a dirty looking stream, poors off a rush
ing tile to the boiling hou.w still fsrther on. A
grave, silent native mu, with an evident sense of
the ioiportATtce of bis trust, tun-Ja above the rollers
overseeing the process, while half adoieu chattering,
laughing native women are tii'icg the cane on to the
shoot as it ia nladen from the constantly Arriving 1
ot carts, ihe huge, tall chimney of this plantation
is situated on the brow of the hill, some fifty feet or
more from where the fire are, a grand draught of
air being ootaiueil by running the Sues that distance
upward and under groand. The arrangements of
the interior of th Urge bou.ie
W II HUE TUK 81 UlR IS MAM FAtTl KtD.
Were politely shown and explained to me by the
manager, Mr. WiL'ong. Much of itn costly machiQ
ry is new, including a vacuum pan and all thelat
. ntt impro Vr-ruenU in the art, and it is believed that
this plantation now standa second to none on tbe
Ulands iii Its completeness of details and efficiency
In working. They were turning out some splendid
sugar at the time, the laat of a "strike," almost
pure white, with very Urge crystals too fine a
)ii.i'.ity altogether for the r-an Francisco market.
Mr. lleory M. Alexander ocenpies the important
pol of sugar boiler at this mill, and he i conceded
to 1 as skillful - as they uiak? Vn." At this e-
v tablUhment Uiey do not
THROW A WAT THE LA.E.
Hut by the superior macbinvry and process utilize
about the whole, making it into sugar. This It a
vast deal Setter economy than U practiced on some
plantation.-!, where tbe entire product of molasesU
tioured iuto tiie aea. AV'hv ruulal it nut h nmrpH
out on Ih'? fieldi it would surely be worth that
trouble as a fertilizer ? Another economical feature
of thi Wailukit plantation U that no firewood ia
required, the trah from tbe mill furnishing All the
fiU'l nendcrl. Thi' is An agreeable thought in con
nection with the subject of the decrease of forest
on the idand.4. and it is to be hoped that all plan
ta'.ions uisy be enabled ere long twpnroue tbe aarue
TUK SIAT Of OOTERNMEXT
For tlie ialarnl of Maul ought by all means to bm
located at Wailuku. Lahaiaa baa 00 clatia what
- ever to be continued as auch. beyond the tact that
a court houe And custom-bou.e ' (ave tbe mark)
was built there once on a time when the town was
supposed to pnsaes some Importance a time that
Las gone, never to return. Its present claims for
atteul nil are solely contained in the f.rt that it has
two sugar mills locatad thore poiiirely nothing
more. While Wailuku has four large and thriving
plantations within her borders, and it Is the natural
and obvious centre of trade And Commerce for all
11 t Maui. TLnirt is t tr th town in tbe future,
where the foreign population will build homes and
settle permanently, as they baTe air 'dy begun to
do. Tb tnue will soon come when that neceesary
adjunct to all growing country towns will make its
need lelt or perhaps by coming itself will prove
its own nei:e4if.v the country newspaper. In
mny a town in tte Western States of America of
atly less pretensions thjo Wailuku, tbe establish
ment uf the preus is one of the tirst things thought of.
The prp. wil cbane in the law. providing lor one
term of th- Circnit Court to be holden here, brought
toward i: the Legislature, was but an imperatively
needed measure. In looking over tbe list of juror's
drawn for the term of Court, it will he seen that out
l th entire p.n-l lint one or tsr 'uJivitiuals re
auirf nn tin Lahaina si.le. the remaindt-r conielroiu
Wailuku an.i Y.aaI M ini, and are ctuplliil toride
soruw teatj to IVrtr o.M miliM over bail roaJsju-t
ta met on- ur tsri jurors who live in Lthaina. Th
lari;- mtjoriry of the- ca-s to be tried are also Irom
this side, and the expntof transporting: vrituessfs
is an iir-n in tt:e account. The ahsnrdity ot con
tinuing a I'oli -e Magistracy for Ithaiua and df nj
t one hit WailiiKii Is al verj apparent. The
Uistrict Jutice, hen? does more work in a wre k than
th in the) rolic Jude of I.ahaina Un.ls to) do in a
month. Tiie farmer is said t be a very worthy,
industrious man. y t tbe legislature, (c wlngr to lack
of exertion by .Ministers) n-fused either to advance
the; grade nt bis o.'tict 4rincreas his salary beyond
the miserable pittance of 2Xtl per annum, which
the law i.ow allows him.
OX THE ROAD TO MAKAWAO,
After leavtug Wailuku, yuo cross the sandy isthmus
which connects the two Islands of East aod West
MauL This isthmns is of comparatively modern
f.jrmstion though that may mean a good many
thousand years ul 1 aol ia formed by the action of
soa and wind. Long ridges or dunes of sand stretch
across tltar- interval, in sou places hardened into
ston, covered with a scanty growth of grass at this
easuo. and interspersed with ponds of brackish
wa'er, where wild ducks abound. From thence
onward over a smooth road, gradually ascending,
yea pass across the widespread plains known aa the
Commons." These stretch far and wide oa either
hand, and are composed of eqnally as deep and rich
soil as the sugar lands of Wailuka. and capsble,
throughout their extent of maintaining a dozen
mills bat there is no water to be had for irrigation.
Your readers may perhaps- remember a petition
E resented daring the late session by one of the mem
ers for Vailuk.u. and rather feebly urged, bringin
to the notice of the Assembly and of tbe Ministry,
the great extent ct these valuable lands now lying
xj saar, Ly the introduction of water from the
mountain. The subject was referred to the Minister
of the Interior, who reported that it would cost at
least S 200,0 JO to carry out the project of bringing
the water which new runs to waste from the high
lands of Haleaksla, down on to these plates. The
amount of money mentioned (a rough guess it was,
too) was so Ure, that further consideration of the
matter was eSectually "bluffed off," and it was
heard of no more daring tbe session. But suppose
it was to coat S2"0,0J? What comparison would
the results to be achieved by the expenditure of that
amount cf money for that object, bear to the outlay
of SllC.O ") for the Honolulu hotel; and which of
the two enterprises would prove the most profitable
for the country at large? Which would soonest
rctarn the money to tbe Treasury? A low estimate
places the camber of acres of these now waste lands
at 30,000; with the water brought down to them.
twenty-Eve dollars aa acre would be an extremely
low price, an I purchasers would flock thither. Gov.
ra taunt is about th only owner in that direction.
Why yoar 200,000 would be a mere bagatelle in
view of the miae of wealth that this enterprise woold
open op to the country. Any other government
under the sun bat ours would hi prompt to take
advantage of this splendid opportunity to develop
the resources of the country. That would be an
nterpriae that weald fully warrant the incurring of
When it is not tLe dry season, must be a beautiful
country. Just now. the herbage is parched and
withered, and animals have bard time. A large
extent of roiling lands and apparently rich sod,
vith pleaxant homesteads scattered along for miles,
with an Industrious though not numerous popula
tion, but no running :r-ains. Grazing appears to
be the principal puritui'. followed, but many of the
P'-tpIe End employment on the neighboring plan
tations. Exposed to the constant current of the
trade wind, at this elevated position, (some s5J0 or '
CW) feet above the w-a level,) Makawao bas always
pure bracing airs, and a cool climate. There are :
tour sugsr plantations in this immediate neighbor
hood Hobroo's, Spencer's, Hines" aod
THE HAlkl fltXTATlON,
Wbicb last is the lsrg-nt ia extent of land. said to
own some 17,00 acres. The mill aud the mana
ger's residence, with the village-like collection of
bouses that cluster around one of these plantations, f
is pleasantly situated in tbe eastern end of the dis
trict, about two miles from the port of Maliko. a
small schooner karbor, whence the produce of the
plantation is shipped. Lines and clusters of i'ride
of India trees are plentiful in this neighborhood, 1
being planted as a shelter Irom the perpetual trade
wind, anl I saw some Tery line young eucalyptus. :
already twenty or twenty-flve feet high. This plan- '
tation, as well as the others In thi section, has '
suffered materially this summer from the waut of
moisture, no ram of any amount having laden
since April last. The actual total loss iu young
cane that bos perished in the held is estimated at
thotii-aud of dollars, and the delay and faiiure iu
grtting in crops will represent a good deal mure.
Tle management, however, is energetic in prepar
ing for the expected rain, and a large area of land
is being plowed for planting. luring tbe past
three, or four days a little moisture has descended
upon tbe earth, but not enough to do any good to
vegetation, being what the natives term the
This is nothing more or leu than the trade wind
clouds, that at times come lower down on tbe
mountain side and distill into a driving fog one
of those " Scotch mists," that in time will wet a
person thoroughly. The clouds that, borne on the
wings of tbe ever harrying trades rome in from the
sea and impinge against the side of llnleakala and
eddy about its tops, occasionally owing to some
change in tbe temperature descend several thousand
feet from their usual level on to tbe plains of Ma
kawao. and sometimes for days or weeks together
continue to cover the country with a dripping,
drifting mist, which while it is not a real rain, is
near enoueh to th it article to ina';e out-door work '
disagreeable, and serves to replenish the cistern. !
JSuch is the "Ukiu ' that prevailed for a day or !
two daring my stay here. Imi-uikatlk.
August 17th. '
THEO. H. DAVIES,
fLate J anion, tlreen it Co.)
JM PORTER AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT. ictiT roa
Lloyds sad the Liverpool I'od writers. Northern Assurance
Company, and British aod Foreign Marine Insurance
snhZt Firs Proof Boihiioss. Kaahomana and Queen Pts. ly
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
TMPOKTEKS AND COMMISSION MF.R-
J C HANTS,
Hoonlulo, Hawaiian IsUimIs.
lul j lr
E. HACKFELD & Co.
EN ERAL COMMISSION
S. 13. DOLE, i
ATlORNF.r AT LAW. OFFICE OVER i
Richardson 'a More, ooraer of Fort au.1 .Merchmt etreei.. I
oh 2 Ilonolula. ly
"ed. eoffschlaeger &co.7
XM PORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS,, Corner of Fort snd Merchant Streets. mh ly
a. aaosis. a. i lki.
S.MAGHIN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALKRS IV GEN
EKAI. M ERCII A.N DlfE,
Dry Goods, Clothing-. Boots aod shoes, ami Gent's Famishing
snhS Nuaaoa 6c eorter of Marine, Honolulu, II. I. ly
.iTrLHITNEY, D. d7s
DENTIST, OFFICE OVER DR. HOPE
MANN'S I'M U STORK,
Osrner of Kaahomana and Merchant Mrceta. Office hours
Jad frvro a. l!'d 2 r. at- ly
A. S. CLECHOSS. JSO. S. S'JtTHISS.
A. S. CLEGHOEN k Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
BE TAIL DEALCK." IN
Comer Qiieeo and Kaahomacu S' S ,
.7 ly Nooanu ft., an I Csnrr Fort and Hotel Sts ,
A. F. JUDD,
TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L W.
Fort street, thrra Uior below Merchant :
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
f ATE SURGEON l". S. AR.M V. CAN BE
aLj consulted at his resilience oc Hotel Mreet, between AU
kea aol Fort Iftreers. ills ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
rs in Fashionable Ckxhmg, Hats, Cap. Hoots snd hoes,
. aad every variety of Gentletueu'a operiur Furnishing Goods.
?tore formerly occopierl by W. A. Aldrlch, Maker's
nis Block, Queeo Street. ly
E. 0. HALL & SON,
TMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD-
WARM. Drv Goods. Paints. Oils, and General Merchandise, i
Coroer Fort and King Ma.
JAS. W. GHWTN,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER
in General Merchandise. LAHAINA.
Orders from tbe other Islands promptly attended to. oja flni
BEOWN t CO.,
I PORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES.
W1SK4 AND SPIRITS. AT WUOLMALK.
9 Merchant S rert, o!4 ly Honolulu, II. I.
CHULAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND D E A LE RS IN
Of all dearriptiona, and in all kinds of lrr Goods. Also, con
stantly oo hand, a superior quality of ilawauan Kice.
s23 Nooaua Street, Honolulu. ly
C. S. BARTOW,
UCTIONEER. SALESROOM OS QUEEN
Mreet. one door from KaaLumanu.
A. C. SMITH,
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER. LA
Money and Recruits furnished to Ships oa Favorable Terms.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
a29 Queen Street,
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
(Suceeiscrs to C. L. H'.rharJn it Co.)
SHIP CH 4 NDLERS AND GENERAL COM
MISSION MERCHANTS. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Amiis W. Pnacs.
(Jlv) I. B. PaTiasos.
J. 8. Wiuts. C. Auit.
WALKER & ALLEN,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. HONOLULU. II. I.
Hawaiian Packet Unr, ; Spencer's Plantation.
PrincsvlDe Plantation. I Naalehu Plantation.
Ooornea PlanUtion. Greenwell's Coffee.
Imperial Fire Inraranc Coaspany, London.
Merc tact's Mutual Slarine Insurance Co., San Francisco.
THOS. G. THRUM'S,
STATIONERY. CUTLERY AND NEWS
Depot, and Circulaticg Library, (late Blacs h A old's
Stand.! Engraving, CaUgrwphy.btenciiCatUnf.and Copylog,
Merchant S'reet. H.vunnilu.
W. L. GEEEN,
flOMMIWIOSI MERCHANT. FIRE-PRXF
V fcuild.t, VJnren Street,
Honolulu, Ilasanan IiiaoUs.
riOXFECTIONKR. XO. 4i) IIOTKL
AFONQ & ACHUCK,
IM PORTERS, V HOI.KNALK AND RETAIL
Iealrrs in Oi-oeral Mrrctianilite. 'irv-prof Mire. Nuua
nu Streets. diO ly
n a omT t nnnrrTi
UilOXlaXi Ci tjUUXaJj, 1
IMPORTERS AM DEALERS IX CEV
LKA L, MfcRCHANLUK, j
SniPPINQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. (
ft No. 80 Km Street, Honolulu. II. I. j j
EOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS Wit CO I.M ISSIO.V
Importers and Dealer! In 0-neral Merchandise, Queen Street,
Honolulu. Hawaiian IsUnil..
Agents for the Kaunasakai. Maanalua au.1 Kakaako Salt
fi Works. ly
E. H. STANLEY.
ATTORN'KV AND Mi L S E LO R AT LAW.
' l. FFICC io Rhrxle.' Fire-prmf huiidirii", KaaLuroaua
FISCHER & EOTH,
MERC'HA NT TA ILORS. FORT STREET,
opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolulu, II. I. ap'JU lr
HYMAN & BEOTHEES,
IMPORTERS, WHOLES ALE AND RET AIL. j
DKALKK3 IN j
Dry Goods, Clothing, lists ornihinpr Onoils, Ladies' and '
Oenti Boots and !K..-s V anke-i Notioiis, 4c c
Capt. 8no's Building-. . o Merchant St. Honolulu. splS ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS.
Mioes. rine Clnthinir. Furnishing Ooods,
Corner of Fort and Merchant Si. l-ipl3 Iy IlonvJolu. IT. I.
SI1IP CHANDLER. DEALER IV (3KX
) eral Merchandise, Islawl Proluce, ke., and
Bvaos's Bat, lino, Sakdwicb Islasps.
Will keep constantly on hand ai extensive assortment of every
description of roods required by ships and others.
The highest price Riven for Uland Produce.
U" Money advanced tut Bills of KxcliHiigs at reasonable rates.
Fire-Proof Ptore, Corner of Hotel ami Nuuanula., t
Honolulu, U. I. j
Also Retail Fstasliskses? os Nrcxxu Ptrrkt, abovk i
apl3 the Fire-proof Ptore. ly j
C. B REIVER & CO.,
(aul7 ly) Hawal'an Islands.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
W'1' CONTINUE THE GENERAL
, .MERCHANDISE and SH I PfINlBL SINEWS at the
1 aoore port, wnereth'-y are prepare. I to fLrnisn the justly cele.
i brated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other recruits as ars ,
; required by whale ships, at the shortest n,.ttci; and on the j
inet reasonable termn. ( .ul7 1y) FIREWOOD ON HAND.
W. C. JONES,
ATTORNEV AT LAW AND LNI AGENT.
9 Will practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. He
will attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai. Maui snd
Hawaii, and vi.it either tf those IslHnds
nn special business.
aul7 Offi.-e on Merchant Street. ly
E. HOFFMANN, N. D.,
tJIIVSICIAN ANI SURGEON. CORNER
Merchant ami Kahumann Sts , near ihe I'cit-oilio-.
G. TROUSSEAU, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN OP THE PACI'LTY Of PARIS,
JL h.nijcht of the
he Imperial Ord-r of the legion of Honor.
Can be omsulted at K Strehi Co.'a. corner of Fort and :
iioiei Hnru. riours 01 aitenoanre, wees: HUTS, irom w lo II
. .. and from i to 4 r.
my IS 3m'
fuiiday. from 8 i 10 a. M.
I'rivate reilence, Hawaiian Hotel.
WILDEK & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DO VET I" At CO.
Comer Fort ami Q leen Sts.
Dealer, in Lumber. Paints. Oil, Nails, Salt, and Building
anb30 Materials, of every kind. ly
ETzTiTYBES: BROTHEEV "
GROCERY. PEED STOItE AND BAKERY',
C't rner of King and Fort Streets.
SCO ly Honolulu. II. I.
T. J. HAVakLDkS. T. H. H4T.SKI.Pttt
FiElLCIlS IN DRY GOODS. PA N C Y
MJ Guoi'S AND CLuTHINil.
Criterion Building-, Fort M. (sld ly) Honolulu, II. X
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGIIT,
jTSOMMISSION .merchant and gen-
K KltAL MIIPl'INU AliKNT,
jionomiu, Hawaiian j,,: ly j
ss- sa jr spsb s m avsa s ss-a, a. ss ssw ---i sws. fmm
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW BILLS OF K.CHANUK ON
The Bank of Clif-irnii . .... ...... ............5mti Francisco
Messrs. IrS 4t Waller
Trenxsit National Bsnk ................. .
j Oriental Bank Corporation. ........ ..-.. Loudon
: Oriental Bank Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne
j and Auckland.
A gents f r the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New
Receive Deposits, Discount First-class Business Paper,
attend to Collecuu, &c, Ac my26 ly
DILLINGHAH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARE, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General
ai? No. 95 King street, Honolulu. ly
D. N. FLITNER,
riOSTIXt'KS IIISOLD BUSINESS IN THE
s Ftre-pmor building. Ktahumauu street.
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and start
with a transit instrument ccurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention eiv.oto
One watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly ou
jy2T band and for sale. ly
M PORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTII-
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent'a Superior
Furnishing Goods. XT Beukert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. C Cvassa or Tour AMD Mebchast gTsttTS. jal3 ly
E. P. ADAMS,
AUCTIONEER AN D COMMISSION MER
CHANT. Queen Street, Honolulu. U. I. j6 ly
a. w. jcdo.
J. s. Lavtos.
JUDD & LAYTON,
GROCERS AND PRO ISIoN DEALERS,
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu. dlO ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Clothing. B,xta. Shoe., Hats, Men's Furnishing and
Fancy Goods. (nil 6m) No. 11 Kaahumanu St. Honolulu.
DEI f.ERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
jy? Materials. Fort Street. ly
THEOD. C HEUCK;
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MER.
Honolulu, Oahu, H I.
FOR SALE OR LEASE !
THE STORE AND PREMISES NOW
occup.ed by the undersirned. on Mauuakea Street The
premises are in good order out houses, Ac r jvern-
oert water laid oo. For further particulars, apply to
HAYSELDEN & SON,
Builders and Contractors.
Are prepareI to give estitnitea for every kind ot
Work coatircteil with the builJicg trade.
ReMenee coroer of Nauanu and Kukui Streets.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
j Manufacturer. Importer and Dealer in
f?) OP EVERY DESCRIPTION.
JSt Pumltnre Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshon at
1 the old stand. Hotel street, near Kort.
t. B. Oraers from the other i-lm.d prumplly attended to.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Frt and Uotrl Strr e K Ilonolnla. Vf-cri
TT Carriaae Triromed Willi oeatne?s and dispatch. Island
uruerw uiui-u io piompiiy. aula ljr
A. D. BOLSTER,
Henr, Ship, Sl?n, f arriagr &, Orajtnieutal Palnttog
In all its branches.
T THE OLD STAND. KAAHUMANU
treet. will execute all orders in his line with promptness,
at low rstes, and in as rood style as any. jafl ly
M. T. DONNELL,
IMPOHTBS ASO MANUFACTCRSS Of
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE!
Saitalile to this market.
XT Old Furniture repaire.1 and Maltrsssea of all de
criptiotia made loord-r.
Befure buying elsewhere call at SO and 88 Klag street
"1 McCOLCAN tSi JOHNSON,
Fort St., Honolulu, II. I , opposite Theod. C. Heuck'a.
j J. M. OAT.SKSV, W. O. WOOLSKT. J. H. OAT, JR.
J. M. OAT & CO.,
! Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof j
' On the Wharf, foot or Nuuunu Street, Honolulu, 11. I.
j XT All Orders our Line executed -Vilit promptness snd
tllsputcli, and Work Ouarnnteed to ;:-. atl-factton. j
I scrtR sv rLKjusMos to: ,
A. W. Peirce r Co. C. A. Williams A Co. !
1!. II. Hack Tel J & Co. Walker Ai Allen. i
Dossett Co. Bollea i Co. s'2" i
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a29 Hotel St , near ths Drug Store of K. Strehx tf Co. ly
J. T. CHAYTER,
Ship and General Blacksmith,
Shop on the Esplanade, near the Cus-
iT toui lloo.-r,
Where he is prepared to execute all ordera
in his lino with promptness and in a workmanlike manner
llorsf-nhoting done with nentnmt and di.tpulch. j&20 ly
Saddle mid Harntss illaker,
Kiya STREET, HOXOI.VLU.
PVfarrhize Trimmiac in all lt
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to,
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
-A N D-
GENTLEMEN'S LUNCH KOOM !
1 K. ROIJERT RYCROFT WOULD RES.
I'M. pectfully announce to the Public that he Ins
S 't I i X J i. t
V IJtJIltJt.l UU JJ1 Ul L tifcJL I
0p.ite William.' Paruilure Wnrs
Ice Cream Saloon for Ladies !
ICE CREAM, CAKE, TEA AND COFFEE !
nt a 1 1 hours.
HOT LUNCH DaTlY PROM 12 TO 2.
Hoping to be able to meet the requirement, of those who
may favor hi in with their ptrvnage.
He Invites all to Give Him a Call.
Prnrt?pfll Plnrnripr TVirt CJfrppt npvt '
' ' I
door to the tlovi rnment Yard.
i Orders for H nse or Ship Work promptly attended to.
, , . sj-s jv s
Haleakala Boarding School
iron BOYS !
fi. of Makawao, I -land of Maui.
J. KAVANAGH ,
Thia School will le prepared to receive boya to be instructed in
the branches cf a
COMMON SCHOOL ENGLISH EDUCATION
. txl also in
On ami after the First Day- of July next.
Connected with the School there is
One fourth of the net profits of which will be divided amongst
the pupils who may assist in working it. Thia share amouxted
to over $300 during the year IsTl.
The net profits oi Agricultural pursuits wilt gj to defray the
expenses of the School, snd thereby lessen the expenses of par
ents aod guardians who may send pupils thither.
Mrs. S. A. Thurston will have charge of the domestic de
partment of the school, and see that ti.e boys are taught cor
rert habits of home life.
Terms Payable Quarterly in Advance:
Boarding and Tuition per Quarter... f 12.60
If paid strictly io advance 11.00
Parents aen,'.ing two or more pupils at the same time
for each pupil per Quarter 10 00
Tartiea sending pupils will be required to furnish them with
sa2i.-iect clothing and bedding.
The Dtiinb-r of boardere will be limited for ths present to
forty. Parties, therefore, desiring to place their children at thia
Institution will do well to make an early application, either at
this Department or direct to Mr. Kavansrh. the Principal of
the School. ;H. B. HITCHCOCK.
Inspector General of Schools.
Department of FIucation. May 21, ls72. my25 3m
S T E A AX
THE GREAT DISINFECTANT!
IF YOU WANT YOUR CLOTHES NEAT
ly Polished and Ironed, send them to the
HOy OL UL U STEAM LA UXDR V.
ii ynn wani your urssses neatly i ieateo. Muted and Critop-
ed, send them to the
J27 ly !
If you do not want your clothing Pococo to pieces on rocks
or atones, send them to the
IIOXOL UL U S TEA M LA UXDR T.
If yon want to keep your olothing free from an Cou la
Biens Diseases, send them to the
1IOX0LULU H TEAM LAUXDRT.
Prices to auit tha times st tbs
HOXOLULU STEAM LAUXDRY.
. i- 2n M. MCnOLAJ, Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM EXGIXES, Sl'GAR
! A.f--lx Mill. H"il
! ZZMdMl Castings.
lers, t'xlt-r. lrn, Bra-a anil Lead
Machinery of Every Description made
Pariimliir Att..tlon yiid to Ship's Jl'ttcksntitMn.j.
nr J"b Work nwuied cn the horte L"tice. j20 ly
R. SBITM.S. C. W. GH.KTT.
R. WHITMAN & CO,,
Manufacturers and Dealers in. Saddles,
HARNESS. AND EVER V CRW
description of article in our liDe. r,fc,r
Shee, Saddle, Harness &. Carrlasrf Lrathrr,
Constnntlr on hand.
Special attention paid to Carrlape Trimu)in(r and Trunk Work.
TV Onltfrt fn.ii O. nrl.f. Iluli.l ..liiMLl. atlil IlfmtLlV
! .iin.lfsl tn
s 83 Kins St.. SiM
( Ike II arasr.
3VTilx.o iii tlio Field Agnlu i
! ,ial! nnnmA a PIP.T VllnP a K aalintn nn Street
i VKXT DOORTO F. A.SCIIAEFER 1 CO,
lJ wlis-re lie is pr. arr.l to doallkindsofirnau:eutiil,l'aacy
and House Painting, Paper H.iiiKin0', &c.
The Public are re-
! quested to give biui a call.
I M ."b ENFIELD,
; Wason and (arrlage Guilder, 74 and 76 King St.,
Island orders promptly executeiL
SKGLKCX. B. KLSTLES.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Xanana Street, bet. Jlrrrhaat aad Qarea,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Moves, Lea, I Pipe, (Inlv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bilibs, etop Cocks, India Ruller Uise best 3-ply in
lengths cf 2i and 60 fret, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a vry larse stock of l'inwaro of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to 8hip Worn.
Thankful to tbe citixens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by gtiict
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
Hj- Orders from the other Idktud will le carefully attended
to. apo ly
H. VOSS. NO. 5 Merchant Street.
CURTAIN HANGING. CARPET, MAT
TING and Oil Cloth laid.
O" All sizes MnUrases constantly on hand. tn2
Tainting in all Uraiirhcs, o. 90 King Street.
j Opposite Wripht Jt Wilson's Bl;icliniith Shop.
' TJT Sinalt-t orders promptly attended to.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
Ml UTAH Y, XAVAL AND CIVIL
T A. I Xj O 38. .
King St., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolulu. 7 ly
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. Jut) ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand, :
grr-i CORNER OP KING AXD BETHEL ;
t4if "Weet. A large stock of Oil, SHOOK: and all ,
SL kinds of Coopering Materials constantly on hand. j
Also, Shop on lite i:jtlauade near the f ustm Iluase. j
He hopes by attention to business to merit a continaance j
of the patronage which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which (
he now returns his thanks. nil ly j
KEALOHA & PA NEE, j
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
HAVING OPENED THEIR SHOP ON TI1K
above street, are prepared to do all umnner if work in ;
their line or business. jnsres reasoiiauie, ami an wtk uwie
with neatness and dispatch.
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A D
For Sab: at the Lnwett Market Prices, a pood assort
ment of the Best Helloed Bar lrou, and the llest
Jl!ackuiiih s Ci.hI. nil ly
3VI JSl. D IX I XSJ" 1ST!
NO. 40 FORT STREET.
where he will attend to all orders
LOCK, Cr.V fc GE.VEUAL RKPAItt WW
He will give special attention to cleaning, repalrlnit and rei?-
mating Sewing Machines, snd all other kinds of Light Machinery
nJ Metal Work of every description, Ju-Uiit hintf, ic
irnn v ttivn lun r,
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHKAP,
a TT-t a or HTeiltin a a '
ta. vatictjf us ecaS niuuiuiio, ;
(inns, Pistol.-, Shot, Amtnnnltion, j
I .MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ate.
Fewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
; duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice.
O" Best Machine Twist. J3!
COIU AOKST IN TBId KINGDOM FOR
; The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
e- - s.-w..-'..bsir. i.--.'
G K E Y & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
L.eleo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
i Orders Left at Ira Riehardasa's Baot sad i
Shoe Stare will meet with pr.msl
UAlI..COD STOEiE !
sj&fl&n&zsiM' WM. RYAN
ar -r V. 7a.V- r,
DEALER IN GROCERIES AND A GEN
eral Assortment of Goods.
Corner of Queen and Richard Streets. fel7 ly
Ex JBsxi'Ij: Tit- V. Wood
From San Francisco.
JEST CALIFORNIA OAT HAY,
FRESH CALIFORNIA LIME.
FOR SALP. BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
HAVING RECEIVED THE APPOINT
MENT aa Agent of thr Mutual Life Insurant Co.,
of New York for the Hawaiin Islands, I am prepared to settle
with all parties having any insurance business with the former
agent. uih".0. SAM'L tf. WII.DFR
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
j CAPITA I.. S.OOI,0 4Mi IN COLD!
rglHE rXDERMfJXED ARE PREPARED
JL to Issue policies on Fire ttuks (wuh or without the am
aze rlause). on Plantation HuiMiofS and Machinery, Private
; Dwelling. Brh k. ?tone and Wooden htores, Merchandise. Coals,
: Lumber, Ships io Port, &c, on ihe bx.hu Urorahle terms.
ET AH lara ntljaaletl asid paid Isr lie re-XI
For psrticulsrs apply at the cftW of
WA LK RR At ALLKN.
aul? ly Aftnu tor ths Hawatiaa Isuvads
Fire and Marine insurance.
jrjMIE CNDERSIONED HAVING I1EEV
By the Firemen's Fund Insurance Comp'y.
of San Fmncisco to write both Fire and Marine risks, are pre
j pared to aoorpt Inauruooei on
Dwelllaga. Buildia.. Merchaadlae. Earal
lure. Vessel isa Pari, ana lake)
i farro UlLs,to and from this, and all Forties Prts,
at the most Favorable Kates.
BISHOP Ax CO.
i NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
niciin a -t
I ISO W IIHI1UC. Ve V, t
OF LONDON AND LIDINUITRRII.
! CAPITA L 2.000.000
riUIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP-
POINTED AGENTS tor tbe Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms,
KUks taken in any part of the Islands oa Woudea Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses snd Furni
ture, Timber, Coals, Khipa in harbor with or without cargoes or
auder repair. apd ly ED. HjyraCHLAEOER at CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
L rii ly
fsr Use Iliawatliasi lalatists,
C. BREWER At CO-
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for Use) Hawaiian lalnnda.
ly C. BKKWER CO. '
VOTICE.-MASTKRS OP VESSELS VIS-
i 1TINU this port in a disabled condition and insured in
any ot the Boston and Puiiadelphia Offices mast have their
reports aud accounts duly ctrtiQed toby ua
i feb2 ly C. 1
BREWER & CO.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE " LOWEST
RAT Ed. Ths clauses in the Policies of thia Company are
specially advantageous. THEO. U. DA V I KS,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Pwlirlrs
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims ior Losses settled with promptitude.
ul ly THEO. H. DAVIES, Agent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rMIE UNDERflGNED, AGENTS OP THE
JL Boston Board of Underwriters, notify Masters of Vessels
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of ths Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
an surveys, or sucn duis win nut be allowed.
ol ly C. BRKWKK & CO., Agents.
qpHE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OP THE
ML altove Company, have been authorized to Insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all porta of the world, and vies? versa.
ol ly II. HACKFELD At Co.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A GENT Brenieu Heard of Underwriters.
A treat Dresden Board sf Ussderwrllrra,
Acrut Vis-nun lisvard r I'ndrrwrllrrs.
rUiml affutnit Innniu. IVmiiiiiiIm wlrl.ln Ih. ln.luOin
of the aliove Brda of l.nderariters, will have to be certified
toby the Agent to make them valid. . JaS ly
HA HRURG II-HREM EN
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rWMlE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
Sl Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to Insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on moat favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the otllce of
sld ly K. A. SCnAKFKR CO.
I FWMIE UNDERSIGNED. FROM AND AFTER
1 this date, will issue Bills of Kxchange ami Letters of
I Credit on
SAN FRANCISCO. NEW YORK,
LONIJOX, II AMD L KG anl BREMEN",
in sums to auit ai lowsst rates.
B.ji Commercial I'aper discounted nn the most favorable
Cash ad vs noes made nn consignments of Ilnd roduc at
he rate of interest of 9 & cent, oer atttiuiu.
jyatf 11. HACKFF.LD fc CO.
uew uigtir una iuuduuu owre
FflHE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO NOTIFY
1 the Public generully thiit he has oiened in the above
business at the ftore at
44 FORT STREET,
Where he will keep constantly on hand the best brands of
I CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
M EEHSCH A I'M AND OTHER PIPES,
A large assortment of the latest styles.
Soda Water and Ginger Pop.
He will also be found ready to give his prompt attention to
orders in h line as a Machinist and Engineer.
ju8 if THOMAS LACK.
ISritisIi Varlt jJ;irst:m,
Aud For Sale by the Undersigned.
NEWCASTLE SMITHY COAL..
10.000 Ramsay's Square Fire Bricks.
J,000 Kamsay'a Arch Bncks, 10 tons tire Clay,
ii Newcastle Grindstones, 25 tons Pig Iron,
100 tlna Boiled Linseed Oil, 10 casks ftlse . Varnish,
200 tina White Lead, 200 Una White Zinc,
6 tins Yellow Paint.
15 tina Light-green Paint, 4 tins Blue Paint,
lo tins Venetian Ked. 8 tins best Ked Lead,
15 tins M. S. Green Paint, 25 tins Black Paint,
5 tina Chrome Yeilow,
15 cases Galvanized Corrugated Iron.
- 25 boxes Corn Flour, 10 cases Lime Juice Cordial,
i caaea Mixed Pickles, 4 cases Jama,
100 green cases Geneva,
30 cases Finest Scotch Whiskey,
10 hbds Geneva. Zi qr casks Old Scotch Whiskey,
10 qr casks Marett'a Brandy,
6 qr casks Dunville's Old Irish Whiskey,
5 qr casks fine Pale Sherry,
6 qr casks very fine cherry,
3 hbds Hennessy's Brandy,
8 qr casks Marten's Brandy,
150 cases Pale and India Ale, in qt bottles,
30 cases India Ale in pints.
ALSO, PER BARK MALVINA!
FROM BREMERH A YEN",
200 cases St. Julien Claret,
40 bbls Lager Beer, And. Mallei," ia qts.,
10 bbls Lager Beer, in pints,
40 bbla Pale Ale, H. Lietjen, quarts,
10 bbla Pale Ale, H. Dietjen," pints,
75 caaes Barclay's Porter, quarts and pints,
125 casks Baas' Pale Ale. 24 case. Hwediah Ale,
100 cases, 1 doa. ea. Old Cognac; 20 cases Kummel, 1 dot. ea.
SO cases Nordhauser W hiskey. 125 green eases Holland's Gin,
100 blue cases Holland's Gin, white bottles.
100 baskets fine Holland Gin, in stone bottles, large siae,
25 cases Brandy, 100 demijohns strong Alcohol.
20 cases Nordhauser Whiskey, 10 bbla Strong Demsrara Rum,
25 casea fine Cognac. 50 cases Rudeaheimer.
21 cases Liebfraumilcb, 3 cases Boonekamp Bitters,
25 cases Pale Sherry, 12 cases Port Wine.
AJso, via Panama :
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS.
i5 IV. L. GREEN.
HONOLULU STEAM BAXEHY !
R. LOVE & BnOTHEES, Froprietors,
1 II LOT. MEDIUM AND NAVV II READ,
always oa hand and saade to order.
Al.io, lloer. vfi and HufUr Ciiukeis,
JKXJtV LISD CAKKs. .
SHIP DREAD REHAKED oa lbs short et aotic.
FA MILT DREiD, male ot the Best Flsir. Uke-J dally and
always on band.
.-V. S.-BKOiry BKXJnOF THt BUST QVJtlTT
aul 7 ly
M ETR O POLITAN MARKET,
KlftO STKCCT. HO.tOLVLU. auI7 if
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. noYD.
Choicest Meats from Bneat herds.
4-c. , furnished to order.
Poaltry, ffcsh, Vegetables
IROM AND AFTER THIS DATtUTIIE
uoderaigaed will fbraish a flrat-elass article of
wilh Buttsr-anUk givso free to custusDera, at FIFTT Ceals per
pound, deliver! every fcatunlay snorntnr. rroui lialessaua
Ranch, M aialua, Oahu.
cAML AL ANDREWS.
Honolulu. Jan. IX IBM J20 ly
A. 8. CLECHORN & CO.,
AGENTS FOR TUK
Jal 1 IHastsll.
WOLEE RICE PLANTATION,
TO. I AND NO. KICK FROM THE A BOTH
XFlxa.o TaI1o aVrtiolo t
Always on baud aod fur aais by
AIIAKK Jl ACIIDNtl,
Jul ly Corner of King and Nuuaira Ks.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !
HOICK SUGARS, CROP OK I ITU, NOW
coming in aud for aais by
C. BREWER at CO Agents.
For Pal by
CROP OF 1111
C. BKaVVaK a Cs..
PIOiEi:it ITllIals, I.AIIAIIVA.
riAMPBEI.L Ai TITRTON, Prawrleiara.
a.y crop or rugar of auprrhsr quality, now romioa la and
for aale In qusutitiea to auit by
II. HACEFIXD as CO.
VLUPALA Klf A, MAUI.
CROP OP ISTl-NUGAR i MOLAfiSK,
5 3m Forhalsby C. BHtWKa Co , Afenu.
WAIKAril PIsAIVTATIOIV !
. II. Caraawrll. Praprlrtar.
SUGAR AND MOLAKSKS FROM THIN
I'lantatloa fur aais In lots to suit purchasers. A pply to
s30 ly UAO. O. McLKAN, Agent.
KAUP.1KIIM PLANTATION SUGAR
NOW COMING IN,
FOR SALE IX LOTS TO SUIT
APONO It A CHI CK.
Ilonolula, Jans 1st, 1872.
O NOME A PLANTATION.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES CROP IS70,
coming in, for sals In quantities to auit purchssers,
jy om By WALK a ALLKN, A grots.
I HI I
II I L O i II
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.CROP COMING
in and for aais in quantities to suit purchasers by
Jyfl flm WALK LB. Ai ALLKN, Agents.
Sug-ar and Molasses Crop 1870,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN O.UANTI'
TIK8 to suit purchasers, by
Jy Win WALKFH at ALLKN. Agent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON II AND AND FOR HA LE,
from the well-known
WAIMEA TANNERY C. NOTLBY,
Br (at ly) A. S. CLF.GIIORN & CO., Agents.
Living Yet, and has been Livings
Honolulu the Last Fourteen Years I
TIIK OLD ESTABLISHED
IIO.Of.UI.U SOAP WOICKS !
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow !
A aid all klada f Swap Grease.
Have received sx late arrivals from ths United States and'
Luropc supplies of ths
Best Materials la r Line fsr Ka.ifaetar.if:
And will cobtinns to be in receipt of fresh supplies by steam
aud sailing vessels, Is prepared to give satisfaction lo all
Dealers and Consumers of his Speciality
Who will favor him with their trade.
X. n.AU Ordera left at Vie Store of M. Mclnrtvy,
Importer sod Dealer In Bonta and Shoes, N. .. Corner '
of Fort and Merchant Streets, will be tbank
fully received and promptly
Praellcal Kmmp Bailer.
ja20 ly Lelen, King tit., HoMotala-
Properties ForJSale or Lease
THE HOUSE AND LOT A T TH
entrance of Paooa Valley, fot merly occupied
by Mr. Stephen fcpencer. the lot Ineludas a
large kalo patch am over 2 acres of laad.
The House snd Laad ot Hienalole 3 at Norlh Kona, n.vait,
formerly occupied by the lata Mr. Daniel Montgomery, aod
containing 69 acres.
Thecelehrat-d SUGAR LAND OF II AKALAU.
io the District of Ililo, Hawaii.
The Land. House, Pastor and Premises of ACACKKAR,
Rods, Hawaii, containing about 700 acres.
A Famished Cottage at Walklki lieacb.
ALSO, TO LET
Tbe Premises at the corner of Fort and Queen Btrrata, Ho
nolulu, lately occupied by Mr. J. Pickford, and suitable for
offices, ahops, Ac.
For particulars apply to
Jy6 W. L. QRXKM.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pjanos,
ssr OCTAVE AND 3 STRINGED, OF THE
very best German manufacture, they ars
Expressly made for a Tropical Clinfat
rj6 For "ale br TniOD.Cn