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VOL. XVII-NO. 12.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEITEMBEIl 21. 1S72.
a durwtt tmaa thtw ram, hlth ar rnr Itaaaiml aitrrmae
a.ta b-n pakl or cliarf1 ajoaiirrljr.
i Easiness Carjs.
As r f
i 1 1 I II M H '
R H j.l Si S ! 8 9 3 i 1 ff B . r::rr V - 'r- i
The prior? of coal in Ikiilan.l ruin now i
rracil ti 100 ;r o-nt. o?r laat jer' price.
The Flint rrhjtirijn Church of San I ran
cinou tae 1ii-jiu?J with clr aingiu.
Th! Top, int. rpretrt the lite erupti-n of Vwu
aa a f,f ju1 ii'lignati'n aaint t!
Twentj-n of the (.'irreir.itijnal Churchm iit
It Coo contribulrxl "J.-(JT- t-j the American
Itrdrd of r'ureio ilianiooi for the J ear juit
'Thr report of rrince Bismarck having pn-
fe.i j.iut measures to he taken lv Austria and
rui in t'lrj evtnt of the prewmt Pope 'a death,
A ftirl in Illiaoi founJ life a harden because
rle l4d warta on her hand, so atie drowned her
wlf. Thre w&a Ynir?thin appropriate in her
w tkin a w:trterj grate.
A neat little ium ia th deht of New York city,
jut rfp-,rtci bj tl ilijor at .127,0n),0XJ.
Taxett to lc raineJ tni jeur, 30,437,000, Le-
A well-known jurnalint went up t one of the
.';irdc Kcjjuhlicaine band and aked, l'arles
.u AnUi?" "Yer axwl to the devil, why
not? " wm the anawcr.
Two eirftera have elpcl from Iicrlin, Pruia,
with a young man whom thej are both in love
with and whom thej both intend to marry when
they re:ich Salt Lake, which ia their destination.
The members of tle Rct. Henry Ward IJeech
er's ehn-eh intend holding a grand celebration on
the l&th of Ooti.her next, the occasion being the
twenty-fifth annivernarj of their paator'a Connec
ti in with tim churcl.
It id eaid that the French Government haa
rmitively dtclicieil to join with other power in
. lacing a veto upon the election of. the next
'ope, on the ground that no right to exercise
ucu a veto exist.
The Roman correspondent of the UUramon
tainr Journal, ficrmtwnia, write that it haa teen
settled that the next I 'a pal election ahali not be
held on Italian aoil for fear of undue Italian in
While at New York, Spotted Tail made the ao
ftiaintance ofanother member of the Tail family
a din cant relative of Spot's. This gentleman has
acquaintances throughout the Lnited States.
None know him bat to love Lim. Ilia other
came i Cock.
The other night a young man propounded the
usual qtiOfctioo Xi the idol of bis Leatt. She laid
Iter soil hite hand in his, put her head upon his
luanly chonMer, hove a sweet sigh of resignation,
and in dul.i t accents, that soundcU like sweet !
musi: upon the water, whispered: iea; any
thing to beat Grunt." Macon Telegraph.
Fresh cll'ortH have been made to induce the
I'ope to leave I'ouie. Mgr. de Merodc, a Belgian i
Catholic dignitary, has offered him a vast estate !
near 1'rurttlr). the Italian canJinalu are endeav
oring however t ditwuade his holiness from go
ing av.ay, and hope to succeed in checkmating
the intrigues of the Ultrauiontanes.
The twrnty-llve London banks, with their
branches, realised a profit of 1,107,644 daring
the rast year. Their expenses were only 1413,
Sl., nml the r:t prjlit, therefore, 778,82.
From this it would appear that the English
banks expend only about 35 per cent, of their
earning in carrying on the business, while the
ratio in other countries is said to be much
A number of Sutberncrs, who have been re
siding in New York, since the close of the war,
are somewhat alarmed at the threatened publica
tion of the confederate archives. Numbers who
are now occupying good positions, and doing a
lucrative buMinena, were hi Canada during the
war, a tul participated ia tho attempt to barn
Northern cities and capture Federal gunboats on
The attempt to assassinate the young King and
Quen of .pain seems to have awakened the dor
mant loyalty of the Spanish people, and their
narrow ecape ( rjuiise to set patriotic ardor to
glowing in J-pnm as warmly as did the sickness of
the Prince of Wales throughout England. All
through Kurope public rejoicing; that the royal
liven wre spared have been made. In the churches
of Madrid thanksgiving services were celebrated
with grrat omp. King Amadeu was much ad
mired f-r bis couliMfte and courage at the time ol
the att.u k..
The New Zealand flax is getting into favor, and
m being u.-ed in the manufacture of sail cloth and
rope, being f and superior to Manila Lore p. The
4-olony is now in a Cur way to reap the reward of
.t paik-nt au I pemrvering development of this
source of wealth. In thi matter the greatest
service ha bicn rernlerel to the colony by the
Agent-General, Dr. Featherston, who has over
come all obstacles in the introduction of any
thing new, and thee are not few, lor the holders
of vested interest in materials to be displaced
are not eamly uiiocated. is y duty Mail, Aug. 3.
The financial result of the Great I J. ton Jubilee
is one of thjr tiling' which no fellow can find
out. One newspaper, pro'essing to be well in
farmed, assure? us that there i a defici t of 150,
000; but another newiijaper faintly declare this
statement to bs M somewhat premature.' All the
bilL are not in. nor have all t'ne receipts yet been
accounted for; but when they are, the more en
'thosiaMic believe that there will be enough to meet
All demand, with something over quite handsome
for the great Gilmore. What a world for dancing
in thiJ would be if it were not necessary to pay
Tae eScary of prayer will be tested scientific
ally if projoiiuoa froai Profet'wr Tyndall is
adopted. Tins profcusor would oVerve and note
results, and from the data thus obtained would
form an opinion as to special providences. It is
proponed to test the theory particularly in hospi
tals for a series of years. The inmates of a cer
tain number of ward. are to be particularly re
membered by concerts of prayer. The inmates
of the remaining wards are to be left without
the petitions jf their brother men. altoough per
mitted to pray for themselves. The proposition
is a remarkable one, and even if adopted Could
lead to no definite result. Pravers have their
influence beyond question; but the wUdoni of
the power to which they are addrej!ed is beyond
human comprehension, and rearHins for granting
and not granting petitions are not to be reached.
A Hint in Time. By a squall in the Delaware
recently. whi! sailing iu a yacht, two young men
were ov--itaien. .At Nazareth Methodist church,
they had occasional Iybeen present. From the
way thing looked, the capnizmg of their shallop
was very near inevitable. Bill," said one to
the other, this is serious business; can you
ptuT ? ' No, I can't ; I've beard Joe Quino do j
it a"d I've listened to Bill Post, bat I can't do it J
rayscif." Well you can sing a bymn. can't you ? i
For God's sake do something. No, I can't
aing here. How emu I md wbo this boet at any
moment may drowa aa both ?" "Well we must do
omethin religious. If you can't iD let' taka
up a collection." To thirf Hill coDiezitetI. Io his
cotapaniko's tdit be depoaitci thirteen pennies, a
corkacreir ancl a broken bladcd knife. As be did
this the wind lulled, and the shallop made a suc
cessfui boding, k ' r
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Lair Jiim.o. lirrr-n tl Co
IMI'OKTKK A M CdMMItMli.N
CM f .t roa
lJuyia' and th LrpnM I'u Urwrrtrrt, North-ra Aarnc
Company, mu-i llnlt.n atl rln Mariue inaurauce
tnt,'ZZ fire Pro.r H'iiM:nr. Kaaliumana an Ciu--n Sis. ly
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO
Ilonolala, Havailaa lalaod. joli ly
H. HACKFELD & Go.
Ji 7 If
AG K. NTS.
S. B. DOLE,
TTOItXP.T AT tsAW. OFFICE OVKR
Kictiaxdaoo' iUirr, corar tt fort aotl Mrn:tiot Slreeta.
mil SI llooo!ulu. ly
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTER! A. NO
Cororr of Fort auJ lcrcLaui nrcu.
B. MAOSI. L. LKWIN.
S. MAGNIN & Co.,
IMPORTER) AM) l E A IK RS IN CJEN
r.KAL Mtktll ANUIjE.
Vtj Oooda, Clothing. Uo(a and stioea, and Uent'a Faroiihioc
tub9 Nuoaou 6t OMrer of Marina, Honolulu, II. I. ly
J. H. WHITNEY, D. D. S.
EXTIST, OFFICE OVER DR. HOFF
MANN'S DKLO SfOAK,
Corner of Ktabamaou and Merchant MrerU. Omce hour
jao from 9 A. M. li.l 2 r. M. ly
A. S. CLK4.BUB.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
J. KKTAIL UEALtlld IN
Comer Qaero and Kiahuraioa Sia.,
o7 ly Nuoano ot., and Corner Fort and Hotel St,
. ' ; . A. F. JUDD,
A TTORNEV ASI COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
2. Fort airevt, three Uoora twloar Mershaut St. nlS ly
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
1 ATE SL'RGEO. U.S. ARM a. CAN BE
Lai cooaolted at hia reaiJeoce oo Hotel Street, between A la
kes and Fort Streets. nl ly
M. S.-"GEINBAUM & CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE UEAI I
era In ahlonl.l? Cl'Ah.uj, Hata, Cap. Boot and Short, I
and every variety of 0-ntlemeo'a Superior Furniabioa; Good a.
8tore formerly oorapied hy W. A. AUrlcb, Makee'a i
nlS Block, Queen Slre-H. ly !
E. 0. HALL & SON,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARE, Iryiiooda, PaloU.Oitf.and Oeneral Mercbandiaa.
d4 Corner Fort and Uioit U. ly
JAS. W. GIRVIN,
iOM M KSIOX MERCHANT AND D E 4 LER
n Oeneral Merchandise. LAHAINA.
Orilera Irom the other lai.iml, promptly attended to.
BROWN i CO.,
IMPORTERS AM) DEALERS IN ALES.
tiKS a.mi sriuirs. AT U Uol.KSALK.
Merc-hantS:reet, o!4 lyj Honolulu, 11. I.
CHLTLAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS f AND DEA L E R S IN
Of all description, and in all kinds of Dry Oool. Alao, con
ataatly oa baud, a aupsraur quality af Ilawauaa liica. .
23 Naoana Btrert, Hoaolatu. ly
a S. BARTOW,
A L'CTIONEER. SALESROOM OS O.UEEN
iA ju!7 ttreet. one door from Kaahamana. ly
A. C. SHITH,
ROCER AND SHIP CIIAXDLER,
HAINA, MAIL -
looey and Recruit furn.ahed sn sttipa oo Favorable Terms.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DEA LER IX G EN ERA L
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
(Successor to C. L. Richards ct Co.)
CJIIIP ClfANDLERS AND GENERAL COM
O MIAilON MERCHANTS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island,.
AaaABASi W. Pkibcb.
(jaSly) I. B. Prraasoa.
J. 8. Vtun. -8. C. Allix.
. WALKER & ALLEN,
C HIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
O CHANTS. HONOLULU. H. I.
Hawaiian Packet Line, I Spencer's Plantation.
Piincevllle Plantatioo. I NaaJehn Plantation,
ranasaa Fiantatmat. Urasowell', C0ae. -
Iripertal Fire I rears nee Cosnpany, Loudon.
Merchant', Mutual Marine Inaurauce Co., San Fraoctsco.
THOS. G. THRUM'S,
CJTATIONERr. CUTLERT AND NEWS
Depot, aa.l ClrcuUting Lbrmry. (Uta 11 lack A Auld's I
Standi Engraving, Callgraphy, Stencil CutUng, and Copying,
o7 ly Merchant Strict. Honolulu.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
IN. Kt,. Mmts, Hats. Cap. Jewelry. Perfumery.
Pocket Cutlery, and every d--criiti n of Uent'a Superior
Furnishing id. xj" lt.-nkrrl'a fine Call Dress Uoots,
always m. batd.
N. tl CBka or roar and Mkhobast tbikt. jal3 ly
A L'CTIONEER ANDCOMM1SSIONMER
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. ja6 ly
A. W. JVVD.
J. 8. LATTO.
JUDD & LAYTON,
G4 ROC ERS AND PROVISION HEALERS,
Family tirocery and Feed ttore.
32 Fort Street, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Clothing. Hoots, shoes, Uats, Men', Furoi!hing and
Fanry Uooda. (nil Co.) So. 11 Kaahumann U lionolillu.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
Jy27 Material.. Port Street. ly
A FLE C II A IV C
FOR INVESTING A SMALL SUM
of money, or of securing -
0E OF THE 3I0ST ELIGIBLE IATELUf(; LOTS
In the City of llooolula, 1, now offered by the rndersigned. He
H desirous to d.aeoe of that floe and healthily situated piece
of Land ado4ni the Oovemtcent (Jar ten, and frootlng School
aod Fort htrerts at the head of the latter.
ny one wishioc to purchase should apply soon, as the Lot
:u be soil at a Uw flrure. jyo j. t. LEMON.
AVE ON HAND AND
litaden Uate Extra Fl"or,
uregoo Extra Floor,
Pilot and Navy Bread,
Columbia River calmon.
70.000 Choice .Hani In Cinrs.
Ca, MoMurraj, Oyitem,
Cases Brinklry A Son's Oysters,
Cases Assorted Meats,
Cases Urera Corn,
Cases Oreeo Pea.
Cask, White Lea.!.
Caik, White Zinc,
Tin, B nled Oil,
Cases Devoe' Brilliant Oal,
Cases Downer's and Deroe's Oil.
Casks California Ham,,
Bbl. Cranberr'ie,, Ktc. Ete.
Whh will be 4J in qn,n;it.a in .!, . au2t-lm
IIodoIuIu, liaaraiian IiUd.Is.
CO ' F K CT IOVCK. XO. 4 IIOTKb
nrxt do r lu C. K. Vt liliiinis, lloitulala.
AFONG & ACHUCK, '
IMFORTKRS, V IIOI.CS A L.K AN1 It KT All,
l-al-ra 1q OcDrrl Slrrctjaujiac. Fire-procf i-t'tte, Suua
uu ftrwta. dlO ly
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPOKTKKN A.M DK.U.KRS IX GKN
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MKRCIlANTd.
CI No. SO Kina; Ktrvet. Honolulu. H. 1. ly
BOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Importer aod Dealer, in CVneral Merchandise, yueen Street,
llooolula, Hawaiian It lands.
Aceoti fr the Kaunakaai. Mauruilua aud KakaakoFalt
fj Works. ly
R. H. STANLEY.
TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
OFFICE in Rhode' Fire-proof Building, Kaahumauu
ap20 blreet, Honolulu. 2ui
MERCHANT TAILORS. FORT STREET,
opposite Odd Fellow', Hall, Honolulu, II. I. ap'JO ly
HYfiTAN & BROTHERS,
IM PO RT ERS, WHOLES A LE AND R ETA 1 L
Dry OooJa, Clothing, Hats tarnishing Good., Ladies and
Ueiits Boots arid Hiut', l'ankee Motion, 4C, ic,
Capt. Snow's Building. Ao. 0 MercLaut St. Honolulu. apl3 ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS.
Shoea. Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Corner of Fort aod Merchant St. Ipl31y Honolulu, II. I.
SHIP CHANDLER. DEALER IN GEN
eral Merchandise, I .land Produce, &c, and
COMMISSION MKRCI1 ANT,
Btbos's Bar, Hilo, Saxdwich Islands.
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of roods required by ships and other,.
The highest price iven for Inland Produce.
itt Money advanced for Dills nf Kxchange at reasonable rate,.
DEA LER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Fire-Proof btore, Corner of Hotel and Nouaou Sis.,
Honolulu, U. I.
Also Retail. Estahushmkst oj Nccasu Strbkt, above
apl3 the Fire-proof Store. ly
C. BREWER & CO.,
(ol7 ly) Hawaiian Island,.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
'ILL CONTINTK THE C E X E R A
; TV MKRCMANDIiK and SHIPr-INU BLflNKH at the
, above port, where they are prepared to furnish the Jnatly rele
i bratcd Kawathaa I'ctatoes, and auch other recruits aa are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
I moat reasonable teruia. (aul7 ly) FIRKWOOO ON HAND.
W. C. JONES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
M ill practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. lie
will attend the Circuit Courts on i'auai, Maui and
Hawaii, and visit either of thte Islands
on special businra,.
aal7 Office on Merchant Street. ly
E. HOFFELANN, EL D.f
1HVSICIAN AND SURGEON, CORNER
Merchant and Kaahamana St, , near the Post-office.
G. TROUSSEAU, M. D.,
1JHVSICIAN OFTHK FA CULT V CF PARIS'.
Knight of the Imperial Orrter of the Legion of Honor,
Can be consulted at K Streba At Co.'a, corner of Fort aod
note! Streeta. Honrs of attendance, week day, from 9 to 11
A. M.. and from 2 to 4 r. Sundays, from 8 to 10 A. M. -my
13 3m Private residence, Hawaiian Hotel.
wnL & coT
SUCCESSORS TO DOWSETI' 4V CO.
Corner Fort and Qa-n Sta.
Dealer, ia Lumber. Paints. Oil, Nails, Salt, and Building
mhriO . Materials, of every kind. ly
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
GROCERY. FEED STORE AND BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fort Streeta.
s-TO ly Honolulu. H. I.
, ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
CIOMMISSION MERCHANT AND G EN
KRAI. biilPPINU AGENT,
llooolula, Hawaiian Islands. jy7 ly
TTl O N O LU LU.
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON
The Itaok of California San Francisco
Mmsrs. Lee, A W
Trernnnt National Baok.. ..Boston
Oriental Rank Corporation...... London
Oriental Baok Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne
Agent, for the Manhattan Life insurance Company of New
Receive Depot-ita. Diacount First-class Eu4inr Paper,
attend to Collecting, Ac, Ac ray 05 ly
DILUNGHAH t CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARK, Cuth ry, Dry Goods. Paints and Oils, and General
k20 No. 95 King Street, Honolulu. ly'
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES II1SOLD BUSINESS IN THE
lire-proof building, Kaahumanu Street,
Chronometers rated by observation of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particul tr attention pi ven to
tine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted Chart, and
nautical instrument constantly on
jy27 band and for sale. ly
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
AND COMMISSION MER-
(o7 ly) Honolulu, Oahu, U I.
COME AND BE HEALED!
BY DR. B. H. LYON'S
Medical Compound Remedy,
Liiiirtieiit and JPills !
FOR RECENT AND CH RONIC DISEASES,
Kbeumatism. Neuralgia, Sores, L'lcers, Eruptions. Skin
Diaeaae,. Aathma. Sick Headache. Disease, of the Throat,
Liver and Kidney, ; for Female Irregn!ar!tie, and general de
bility common to the sex, j
The Compound Remedy has no Superior ! i
So One can use it tcithout bcinj Benefitted by it. i
It remove, fiom the hlo.J those Impurities common to all
invalids, from the infant to tlie man of years. 1
I have many certificates from tboae who for year were
j thought beyond the reach of human aid. They are now en-
i joying health.
To the Victim of his Own Lust !
j You who have become roiaoned by the deadly virus
; entaiU Uo posterity the blighting curse of disease and death.
ana nave maoe your own existence loatrsrme, there la I
I Hope for you yet. Resolve once more to t a man. J
j Take the Compound as Directed. !
j Full direction, for using the Comp un.i Remedy, Liniment !
: and fills is given upon the Wrapper of each.
I Solatia, Hossolailai by T. A. LLOVD. No. 70 ,
: Fort Street, DILLINGHAM c Co., Hilo, Hawaii ; W. MOSS- I
j MAN Wailoitu .Maul. j. 13
HAWAIIAN BEEF. '
Hawaiian Sole and Saddle Leather,
Warranted a, Superior Articles
For sale by
W M KFR A ALLEN
1 rio.MMisiox MKKCiiA.vr.
, "L' buiitloig, vturt-o tre-t.
HAYS ELD EN & SON.
Builders and Contractors.
Ar prrjiarfj to g ir etiiiiti f.ir every
Work cuanrctnl a-itb tL bml.ling lrJ-.
Krfider.ce curorr of Nuuauu dJ Kokai Strm.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
lSf Farnitore Wi
'1 1 the old itand.
are Room on Fort atrrrt : Workshop ai
, Hotel atrert, near Fort.
B. Ordrr. (rum tba othrr ilnU promptly attended to.
. u!7 ly
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
LFort and Hotel Streets. Honolulu. tiFin
TT C:irriate Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Order, attended to promptly. aal7 ly
A. D. BOLSTER,
IIiise, Ship, Sign, Carriage & Oruamental rIntln
In all its branches.
T THE OLD STAND. KAAIllIMANU
street, will execute all orders in his liua with promptness,
at low rates, and in as good style a, any.
IMrOBTM AMD MA1CFACTCB4B or
KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market,
(17 Old Furniture repaired and Mattraasea cf all de
scriptiona made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 80 aod 88 Klagatrret
McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
Fort St., Honolulu, II. I., opposite Theod. C. Heuck'a.
W. O. WOOLSBT.
J. at. OAT, ja.
J. M. OAT tSt CO.,
Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof
On the Wharf, foot of Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, II. I.
"PT All Orders In our Line executed with promptness and
dispatch, aud Work Uuaranteed to give Satisfaction.
KKr-KK ar ntPtxtssiorr to:
A. J. Cartwriutat, Esq. C. Brewer ft Co.
A. W. Peirca ir Co.
C. A. Williams k Co.
Walker b Alli o.
Uollea A: Co.
H. H. HackfeUi k Co.
Dowsetl Oo. -
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
29 Hotel St., near th6 Drug Store of K. Streha 4 Co. ly
J. T. CHAYTER,
Ship and General Blacksmith,
Shop on the Esplanade, uear the Cus
Where he is prepared to execute all orders
in hi, line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner.
HorM-hoeing done with neatnet ani ditpatck. ja20 ly
Saddle and Harness Iflaker,
A'JVO STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming In
Orders from the other Island, promptly attended to. Jy27 ly
IN THE WEEK.
ALL, EVERY DAY
Honrs from 9 A. 31. to 10 P. HI.,
Upstaira. in the Snilora Ilanse.
The second Friday evening of each month reserved for the
meetioga of the Y. M. C. A. o7 ly
A. S. CLEGHORW & CO.,
IMPORTERS ASS DEALERS IN
GENERAL MERCHANDISE I
QUEEN & KAAHUMANU STS.
On Nuuanu and FortSts.
FULL VARIETY OF DRY GOODS !
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Amoskeaj:, l?earl Tiiver
AND OTHER MAKES OF
X Us jV I 3X
Coburgs, black and colored ;
Alpacas, black and colored :
WHITE AND BROWN COTTONS 1 1
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
In all Color and Qualities.
GREY TLANKETS FOR HORSE CLOTHS,
BLUE, WHITE & COLORED FLANNELS,
LINEN & COTTON SHEETINGS.
13oston. Card INXatclies !
Boiled Linseed Oil, White Lead!;
BEST QUALITY CALIFORNIA LIME,
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
THOSE VERY DESIRAIII.E I REMISES
on BereUnia St. at iwenent orcupied by H. R. Ilibrhcock,
Eq., Inspector General of Schools, and adi iinine the
premises ol Rev. Walter trear; tt house contains an eletrant
parlor, dirilng-room. three bed-rooms, pantry and kitcbeo, bath
h use and servants' house, stable, etc., and ia located in a
pleasant neighborhood, and surrounded by garden and pasture
Euqu.re tf 'jrC; HUGO STANCENWAI.D
.u luoffiaK: I ML
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. j
STEAM KXGlXr.S, SI CAR
i r r .-a sr.. .-m .a r .w m
hra ihI Lraai
Machinery of Every Description made
Particular Attention paul to Ship's lilaclsiiuthin.j.
XT Job Work executed oo the shorU-st Lotice. jy 20 ly
a. waiTMAS. c. w. cklctt.
R. WHITMAN & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Saddles,
b HARNESS. AND EVERY CgP&Jt'
i2tl dcr'Plio01 f article in oor line. " E?.?,
vT Shor , Sa Jdle, Harntss , Carriage Leather,
Constaotlv on band.
Special attention paid to Carriage Trimming aod Trunk Work.
17 Orders from the other isUaJ soliritud. and prompUy
Xa 83 King St., SiKn att tbe
jyo Honolulu, H. I.
LVXili-.o izx tlxo "Piolcl Agniu
Has Opened a l'Al.M SU0P on Kaahninana Street !
A7EXT DOOR TO F. A. SCHAEFER 4i CO.,
1. where be i prepared to do all kinds of Ornamental, Fancy
and House PalnUng, Paper Hanging, Ac. The Public are re
quested to give him a rail. apl3 if.
M. SEN Fl ELD,
Wagon and Carriage Builder, Tt and 78 King St.,
Honolulu. (ap6 ly) Island order, promptly executed.
. SKSBLKEN. - ' ' ...B. KI3TLKB.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
A a nan n Street, bet, Itlerrhant and Queen,
II AVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Oulv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, top Cocks, India Rubber Hose best 3-ply in
length, of 25 and 60 fret, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Alio, a very larxe stock of Tinware of erery descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention givn to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citisens of Honolulu, and the Island, gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by snict
attention to business t merit the aaioe lor the futore.
XT Orders from the other Island, will be carefully attended
to. apg ly
H. .VOSS, No. 5 Merchant Street,'
CURTAIN HANOI NU. CARPET, MAT.
TINO and Oil Cloth laid.
Tr All sizes Mattrasse, constantly on hand. m2
"r"' J. W. GIBBS, '
Taluting in all Brandies, !Yo. 90 King Street.
Opposite Wright A Wilson', Blacksmith Shop.
XT Smallest orders promptly attended to.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
. JIILlTAliV,' XAVAL AND CIVIL
King St., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, llooolula. o7 ly
V. DUNCAN, BLACKSMITH.
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant siitisfaction. jao ly
' JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand,
CORNER OF KING AND RKTllluL
Streets. A Urge tck of OIL SHOOK and all
kinds of Coopering Materials constantly on hand.
j Also, Shop on the Esplanade near tlie Custom House.
' He hopes by attention to business lo merit a continuance
j of the patronage which he ha, hitherto enjoyed, and for which
be now return, bis thanks. 'jr
KEALOHA & PANEE,
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
HAVING OPENED THEIR SHOP ON TUB
above atreet, are prepared to do all manner of work in
their line of busine,. Charges reasonable, and all work done
with neatness and dispatch. Ju8 ly
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A " D
For Sale at the Lowest Market Price,, a good assort
ment of the Best Refined. Bar Iron, and the Best
Blacksmith Coal. nil ly
. JOHN NEILL,
NO. 40 FORT STREET.
where he will attend to all order,
- . " . In the .
LOCK, CT.N & GEAEEIL REPAIR LINE
Tie will give special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulation Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, UlncUauillbinK, &c
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cons, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, &c, Arc.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binder,, and all other extra and
duplicate part, of Machines supplied on short notice.
XjT Best Machine Twist. -CI
COLS ACEXT IM THIS KINGDOM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
G U E Y & CO.,
Maniifactiirers and Dealers
H ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
i Leleo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef; Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Orders Left at Ira RirhardMa's Boat and
Shoe Store will meet wills prompt
ap6 Attendance. j
DEALER IN GROCERIES AND
eral Assortment of Good,.
Corner of Queen and Richard Streets.
Ex Bark TZ. W. Wood
From San Francisco.
EST CALIFORNIA OAT II A I",
FRESH CALIFORNIA LIME.
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
HAVING RECEIVED THE APPOINT
MENT a, Agent of the Mutual Life Insurant Co.,
of New York f-r the Hawaiin Islands. 1 am prepared to settle
with all parties having any loruranre basine, with the former
a4eut. OibHO S IM'I. O. WILDFK.
4&&r.4, WM. RYAN i Ma
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
(Iaialilute.1 I SOU.)
CAPITAL. S.OM.OtM IN GOLD:
fMlE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
JL to issue policies on Fire Hiaks(arith or without the aver
age dBase), on PlautaUoa Haikiinss ainl Machinery, Private
Dwelling. Brick. Stone and Wooden Storea, Mervhandise, Coal.,
Luasbor, Ship io I'ort, Ac, on the muat favorable terms.
CJ All !-a n.ljuairfl asal staid far brre-XX
For particulars apply at the office of
WALKKR A AI.LKN,
aul . ly Ageuu for the Hawaiian I aland
Fire and Marine Insurance.
riMlE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
A duly authorised
By the Firemen's Fund Insurance Comp'y.
of Saa Francisco to write both Fire and Marine risks, are pre-
. pared to aorept Insurance, ou
Dwrlliuga. Building., Merchandise, Fairul
ture, Vrawela la Psrl, ataid lav be
Cars ENks to and from this aid all l'arelri Prl,
at the moat Favorable Rate.
jus i imnop tt co.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND KDINltURf.II.
ArcaitsiBilated snd lavealed
KubJ, a, 838,1 18
FfMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP
J POINTKD AOENT3 lor the Sandwich Island a, aod are
authorised to Insure against Fir upon favorable tarda.
Risk, taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden lluildingi,
nd Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling liouae, and Furni
ture, Timber, Coal,, Ship, in harbor with or without cargoe, or
ander repair. ap6 ly ED. H3FF&CHLA KG KR At CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for the Ilawitlina, l.laads.
f24 ly C. BUKWER Ai CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
A GENTS latr I he Ilawalinai l.lan.la,
J.M. it'i iy
C. LtRiiWfcK CO.
7TOTICE. MASTERS OF VESSELS VIS
Af ITINO this port in a disabled condition and insured in
any ol the Boston and Philadelphia Oflioea must have their
reports and accounts duly certified to by us.
reb2t ly C. BREWER k CO.
THE BRITISH AND FOReTgN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATE8. The clause, in (he Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous. THEO. II. DA V IKS,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
Issues fire and Life Polities
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims ior Losses settled with promptitude.
p19 IF THEO. 11. DAVIES, Agent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
njMIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
JL Boston Board of Underwriters, notlfv Maateia of Veaaela
ana others that all bills for Repair, on Vessels, aod all bill,
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Cnderwriters, who must alao be represented on
all aurveva. nr ani h hi II a arm nn H aiinweA
ol ly C. BRKWfctt, at CO., A genu.
TVHE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
. above Company, have been authorised to insure risk, on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all port, of the world, and vice versa.
oU ly H. HACKFELD tt Co.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A CENT Bremen Board f Underwriter.
-Agew.i Dresden Bwnrd r Underwriters,
. A stent Vlennn Bamrd nd Underwriter.
Claim, against Insurance Companies within the jurisdiction
of the above Board, of Underwriter,, will have to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. jao ly .
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
. Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risk, against Fire on Stone and Brick Building,,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable term,.
For particular, apply at the office of
16 ly V. A. SCHAEFER A- CO.
FTflHE UNDERSIGNED. FROM AND AFTER
will issue Bills of Exchange aod Letters of
SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK.
LONDON, HAMBURG and BREMEN,
In sum, to ,uit at lowest rate,.
Best Commercial Paper discounted on the most favorable
Cash advance, made on consignments of Island produce at
be rate of interest of 9 cent, per annoin.
Jy6 tf H. HACKFELD A CO.
New Cigar andJPobacco Store.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED REGS TO NOTIFY
JL the Public generally that be has opened ia the above
buftinea, at the Store at
44 FORT STREET,
Where he will keep constantly on hand the lcst brands of
CIGARS A ND TOBACCO,
MEERSCHAUM AND OTHER PIPES,
A large assortment of the Intert styles.
Soda, Water and Oinrer Pop.
He will alao le found ready to give his prompt attention t9
orders in b:s lioe an a Mactuuist and Kjigineer.
ju8 'f THOMAS LACK.
Hawaiian Hark It. C. Wylic !
AND FOR SALE AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE!
fi" Established 185 8! -T&a
A LARGE AND FINE
A V A IV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smoking Tobacco !
j Small Lot of Very Fine Cigarettes,
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO!
Iflecrsclinuii Pipes !
Cigar Holders, &c, fec.
H. I. NOLTE,
T 2m Corner Queen and Nuummm Sta.
HONOLULU STEAM DAKE.IIY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
Imi.OT. MEDIUmTnD NAVY lilt KA D,
al ays on band and mad to older.
tt, llafr". Sni.i auj Butter (VxicAerA,
JENNY USD CAKES, Ae.
SHIP BREAD RKUAKED . tb, skorte: notire.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Beat Ftosw, baked dally aud
alwas ou band.
fl. B.HkOPTX BKKJV OF TUL BEST UUALMf
aul 7 ly
. IV A LI. EH,
KI.VU STREET, HONOLULU. aalT ly
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
E. II. IIOYD.
Choicest Meats from floral herds. Poultry, Fish, Vr get able,
A-e., furnished to order. tuhAO ly
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE. THE
undersigned will furnish a Brat-class article s4
FRE3U BUTTKK, -with
Rutter-tnilk given free to customers, at FIFTY Cent, per
poand, delivered every Baittrday asornlng, froi Halfiaua
Ranch, Walalua, Oahu. BAMLAL ANDKEVte.
Honolulu. Jan. IS, 1B72 -J20-ly '
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
A GENTS FOR THE
2. WAIMIA TANNERY,
Jal 1) lllawail.
WOLEE RICE PLANTATION,
mjO. I AND NO. RICE FROM THE ABOVK
V. S"lxato T."blo jCLrtlolot
Alway, on band aud or sal. by
AHRRC a ACIICNO,
Jul ly Comer af King aod huuana Su.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION I
CHOICE SUGARS. CROP OF 1S7S, NOW
coming In and for tale by
oily C. BRKWEB. k C0 A genu.
WAILUKU PLANTATION! .
For Sal, by
CROP OP II1
C. BRE fTEH at Co.,
PICIIVFaFaK ifllLL, I.AIIAIIVA .
C CAMPBELL t TURTON. Prarrletara..
J Crop of hugar of aaportor ajaallly, now booting ia and
for ,ale In quantilie, lo ,ult by - . i
nll tf. H. UACKFta.D 4 CO.
ULUPA LAKI'A, MAIII.
CROP OF 1871 -SUGAR At MOLASDC.
o6 3m For hale by C. BREWER ir Co., Agents.
WAIKAPIT PliAIVTATIOIV !
II. Cwrnwell, Pranrlelar.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIN
Plantation for sale In lots to cult purchaser. Apply to .
. ,30 ly GEO. C. McLKAN, Agent.
KALIMRULM PLANTATION SUGAR
NOW COMING IV,
AND FOR SALE IN lAiTS TO SUIT
AFONQ k ACIICC1C.
Honolulu, June let, 1872.
SUGAR AND 'MOLASSES CROP ISIO,
coming in, for aal. In auantitle, to ,011 purchaser,,
jyfl 8m By WALKER at ALLEN, Agentt.
KILO, II. I
SUGA R AND MOLASSES.CROP COMING
in and for sale in quantities to suit purtbaaer, by
JyO 6in WALKER A ALLEN, Agent,.
PRINCE VILLE PLANTATION.
Snirar find Molasaes Crop 1870, -
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN 4.lTANTI ',
TIEH to suit purchaser,, by
Jy Bin W ALKER A ALLKN, ArsaL
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Slini, .
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SA LK.
from the well-known
WAI.VEA TANNERY -C. NOTLEY,
A. S. CLEQHORN A CO., Agents.
Living Yet, and has been Living
llouolaln tbe Lust Fourteen Year- f
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
ilOAOIJ LU SOAP WOK IiS !
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow i
Aod all It loo's ol Soap Creoae.
Have received ,x lata arrivals from th. United State, and
Earope aupplies of Oi
Brt 3Itr1al la atr Line far Ifaaifactarlig
And will contlna, to be in receipt of frh supplle, by steam'
and Bailing vessel,, is prepared to give salt arse Uoo to aU
Dealers and Conanmera of hit Speciality,
Who will favor him with their trad,.
A. B.All Orders left ai Store of M. Mclnemy.
Importer and Dealer In Hoots and Shoes, N. S. Corner
of Fort and Merchant Btreeta, will be thank
fully received and promptly
W. J. RAWLINS,
Proetleal oop Boiler.
j,20 ly Leleo, King BC, Honorttla-
SOMETHING NEW and USEFUL !
FISHE TVS .
Chemical Washing Compoiind !
TtT Sale at LUyd's Crarrrj Stare, Frt Street,
In quantities to soit.
rHIS IS ONE OF THE BEST LABOR-SAT.
JL INO Compound ever Invented; It Is something that will
not wear out clothe, by band rubbing, or aat them up with
strong chemicals. The ingredients are proportioned so that
they are quite harmless. Who will wear themselves out la lbs
labor of washing, wheo W can be dons with so much lea, labor
and with he'p of a little aoapf Try It.
DIRECTIO.NJt FOR USE. Put the clothes lo soak
over night In coid water. If there ahonld bs an apota U bw
removed, or tlie clothe, particularly dirty, rub oo soma eomuton
soap before potting to soak, or put a little of the com poo od Into
th, water. Io tbe morning put your hollar over th, fire, and
to every Ave gallons of water put la one pint of the ocas pound.
Wring out the cl jthes and place them io the boiler, and gradu
ally raise tbe temperature op lo tbe scalding point, stirring the
clothes well with a stick every few minute,. Drain well, rinse
twice io cleao cold water, ready for blueing, after which hang:
oat to dry. Very dirty clothes may b boiled tea minataa, but
not longer, a, they are apt to turn yellow. Should soma parts
bs very dirty, it would he well to rub a liUio while th, water la
beating. The finer clothes should bs goos through with first
separately, otberwia. colored or very dirty clothes will bs apt
to impart a dingy hoe. The same water that baa been used Jr
the finer clothe, will do for the coarser. When fre,bwsler la
added to toe boiler, add a proportional quantity of the
compound. I .