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STEWART, CARRICK & CO.
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WILLIA215, iJL.AI.UilA.ttlJ CC tJ.,
Shipping & CommiW.oa Merchants,
A. P. EVE2ETT.
Forwarding & ComaiiIon .Merchant ;
IOS F sty XT FTRKirr. OjRNta CLAY,
Particular .accent. -i pai I t' V'A.ituat.l ol I!m. Pr-vlife.
ort 1 iuMO
II. W. SKVER.WCE & CO.,
con n i ss i o. .ti i: x: c 1 1 a .v ts,
4U4 FROM T.
Corn of CUf ?irU A fB NCi.O.
COEBITT & KACLEAY,
Importers, YhoIesa!e Grocers and
Co m mi ion .Tlcrcliants,
Shipper! and Dealers of Oregon Produce.
MAN FRANCISCO t
Oa1c t09 Califvrala Mreel .
I 3 bm4 12 I'rtat.Bid 12 Firlil.
W. C. RNton, T , lUr.k l CUr.fr.rniv ai Krucl !
CtiM. iUUm, Hmn. tnakioot 8. r. A P.6urCo. ran rciiieo j
lMa. Cmu Co w Frawo j
MM. t l Tiitoo, Baaker. Hurtlan-I, Orjv" !
Hauk ol hrltiob Colantbia P-Ttlaivt. rr(f)ii
Mmn. U MohlMiith A Co I'ortUDd, Oregon .
CotMI, railinR A Co. I'trtlauJ, Urro
leaar. B.tnJ( Ik Co., Backer ..... ....Uuii-'luld
CotxaMiealr I.I--4 I'r oJ-ce Sollrlled. (
AII CO., j
YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
Mlbbl VRKT GOODS.
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIERY, 2EPIITR WOOL, Ac, c
"w WAVING RESIDEvT BUY ERS IK TIIK
i M. Kaat a ad l Kurop. an4 a!a- id dinct oimaiiicatko :
with Um Bwaafaclum. w are cnaUol to 'l Oood on th j
Itwt UroM al I artl accorUiogij. j
Our Stock i the Largest on the Pacific j
Coaat, ujfi we InrH th
lltpeclal attention of Honolulu Merchant
to an examination of the nw.
ParUcalar aUoatina givoa to Urden.
Tor.IV, DAVIS30N A CO.
OiTBcr ittir A Sukxm Flrrrts,
M Vmm I'raatlxo. Cl.
FLIirT, PEABODY & CO.,
Shlirpluj; & CommUion iilercLants,
Agent s of Pacific Barrel and Keg Company.
Aaa rrAD to
riralsh Ktx Barrel Shso'kJ Is soy Qtuitltj
Ami PtjxrffHT!j solicit etnt.iijHrnritt.i of S'fjnrs
ao islasd roocc.
XT REFKl TO
Mint Blh-p A C1l... .' Ttonolala
Mnm. If. liackk-bl ft Co..... Ikxwlala
' I mm I CtilK A Cooke.. .......................... Iloauiulu
N. 408 CIi.'of oia Eut, ta aVaadaco. julO 1
w. a. innmci,
31 rrool tt. Sao Vranciaco.
LEYZEID0E, WADHAMS & CO.
WholcHnlo Groc o r
Forwarding and Commitsion Merchants.
rartlcilar lttenlloa paid t Consl?;nmfitJ f
7 aalOTlrIa I.laad I'rMlaee. I)
von m caiki
J. C. MERRILL Ji Co.,
' Conialssioa Merchants and Auctioneers
201 an ! 3X5 Californi Street,
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AU), AUE3IT3 OV TnB
SajaVrancSC0 Honolulu Packets.
Pkrtteailarauaation f iro to the al ami parcba ol row
rhn4Is. thipa' rMUloM,aupi-lpin vhalcahlpa, acKHiaUo
IX Allfreist anlinc at Sa fraaelaeo, by or to the Ho
iwlalii LineM pcketa,anll kefnrwarJd rmor eoimisaioa.
XT Exchange oo Uonnlula bnagtit and anM. XJi
MnMrt. C. t RkaarH A Co ..Ilonoiul
n. Uai-atekl A Co
C. Brewer A Cu "
Bi'h'-p A Co
I)r. R. W. 'Wooil
Hon. K. U. Attca "
i iy m
T 3IoCrnKen & Co.,
onms.sio. .tikiiciiats, j
Having nrcrcx kngacko in our pre- i
ant baaineM for upward of tevrn yean, anil Neiof I
I call Ib a fire proof brick building, we are prrpamlio receive !
and diapoaeof Islaod ataplea.aca aadarar, Rice.Syrapa. Palo, !
CuiTp. ice., to a.lraatace. Conaiznmrnta espeeiallr aolicitml 1
fr the Orcjno market, to which personal attention will be paiC, j
and apon wtich caiQ ateance will ne a.le when rrqutred.
$a Faascurf Raraaascu:
Badger A Lioaettbergr. . Jaa. Patrick A Co.,
rl. Ike. W.T. Coleman Co..
Ft .Ten. Baker A Co.
Atleti A Lewi. Ijul.l ik Tilton. Ienar1 A Oreen
ae!4 Walker A Alien. ' lr
FINEST BROAD CLOTH.
Finest Black Doeskins. "West of England ;
Finest All Wool Fancy Tweeds, suitable
for Summer "Wear.
AISO, EXPECTED BY THE STEAMER,
A SCPERICt. ASSORTMENT OF THOSE
HEAVY PRINTED VOVEH LINEN DRILLS,
fcr Gent's and Boy's wear.
"White Linen Dnck!
FINEST AND MEDIUM.
White Linen Duck, Heavy Cord.
Tbe abwTe Codi will be SId at tbe Lowest Ts
Stmpfe Srt fet the fhr ?. if resetted.
W B 'TIWIIT.
I I A X O S !
2SnlcndidRoM-WO0ll ('Oltn-e PiUIlOS.
T OCTAVE AM) 3 STRINGED, OF THE
' tua. iue. tr, are
Expressly made for a Tropical Climate.
j jy For br HiLOb. c. HKtCK-
j 1 862. 1 072.
L. CHASE, Proprietor.
THE LOVGLST lTiCMt!!i:i PHOTObR
1)IIOTi(;KA I'HS TAKKN IN T II R l.tT K-ST
! w.rri a!l I'.r ia.;.r .-nj' :.! in art, : I
AI.WAl.S O.V TIIK I.OWKST TEK5IS I
f'J& SALE I'L A rrmjA.t A ml" tl. Kirf, ClurU au4
cti.-r tu.;xunt Turirt.
llo, the Lar?r-t Varlftj of Vlrw, (rJ, Sterro-
o-i-ic, e,c, ATIJW PKICta.
Pfitm'i, Mrfwuriji, dr., C?f"r th'in an b
t mt at t-j I.C4 In th eiry.
Ilatiuf all Q CLicuituyi f-r lioy out J'-r wurk.
Views or Eesidences, &c, will be taken
B'ltrr ao-l al Iwr I'r o-j tl,a t any otl.fr (iallrrjr in
theiiy. II. 1 CIIASK.
Just Received and Opened at
A. S. GLEOHOBN & GO'S
FORT STREET STORE.
InrnTT Til n nrr T VnfJC! TTCT TTPT
IllUU DLiXlUrX U I W J-.U V it a .
DRESS & MANTLE SILKS,
(In WTite, Clack anl Colort.)
RICH BLACK MOIRE ANTIQUES!
A SPLENDID LOT OF
READY-MADE BATISTE DRESSES,
Made expressly for this climate,
IN POLONAISE & DOLLY VAKDEN.
Prettily finished aud Warranted Fast Colors.
The above lot cannot U cutintul tcih in Honolulu.
Also, Another Choice IParcel
JOSEPHINE'S KIO GLOVES
Iu La dirk A; Children' A II . A. rolor
xy we can warrant these the kirst choice.
A large Asorlnuiil ol"
French Gros Grain Ribbons
IX ALL COLORS AND witriI3.
The Sah Kibhons-vil! .urprise the most
Splendid Lot of Shawls !
Not to be equalled for Deauty of Design
and Quality. Wil! be sold Cheap
to effect speedy clearance.
AN IMMENSE Q.L7ANTITV OF
COTTON & YOOLEN GOODS.
Clicnp ISEaiskcls !
CIic:ip Slice. iiigs!
CHElP furnishing GOODS !
Goods SSciiIit Iieftirc flic great
Advance in Prices.
A. S. CLEGHORN &. Co.
Will offer -the Balance of Stock of Last Sea
son's Goods at a considerable .Reduction iu
price ; it being A. S. C. & Co.'s intention to
Every Season with Entirely
A Word in Season to our Patrons.
ooous are now Meau.ii) on me rise,
and it therefore behooves every one who '
desires to procure Drapery and Cloth-
ins: of Pvcr' description on easy terms, to
take advantage of the present opportunity,
i i .u ... c rT
and make their purchases at A. S. CLEG-
HORN & CO.'S.
. . . .
A. S. CLEG HORN & Co.
BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS !
.TXJST RECEIVED !
EX D. C. MURRAY.
jrjOTS SCREWED CALF ItOOTS.
Mmjm Srrwed CalfOifsnl Tlra.
Bya Srrrwrd C'stlf llaluswraila,
Mlssrs Cair BalM.ral. (rrrwed)
Meai'ai Clf rtnliucrnla. (trrrwH)
ALSO, A FIXE LISEOF
Also, full Araortmeot of
GENT'S CLOTHING !
SUPERIOR FURNISHING GOODS!
Wbirb will b S-iIl al Priirrs to Sail t be Tisssrsj !
At M. MHXERXVS,
jvec tVrn.fi! Fort ind Mrt-l,nt Streets.
-V Word lor tlio Clilnuiuuii.
Hilo, Augusts, lb72.
7V. KliUn-.flU Pacific i vfn.nrrcil AJnrtiser:
The "i:iitiu U f .re the tuottiug," id : ijaall we
believe the ('hiriaiuio. cr shall we tke an expart
! j i ln-nt in the ruer, d-1 dfern.i,, onoo that
: j- . r John ctntx-t f teak tbe truth irte woukl, anJ
I woulla'tif Le cuul-J. &&J eo let him get justice hp
; h2arl anl conduJe tlit it would have teen Utter
jLI he rem-iinc! at home. I hare been urged by
.i, ..r,. ,nJ llLriiMrnlliP ..ther .ir
! in a ce in Court and in collision. Must we. other
thinz- equal.rr the native Teracity on the dictum
tK t i. ti.r b-!ivil dtukv f Such
adictura huUta pronounced from the bench, and
: it U a tetious matter, though 1 know that it was
several rrtitu who hearJ as 1 hearu, an J aa jou Ciiftoms or his dertitT mar Terform the above i
I hhII prtvt.t!j heir, hj j,Iice this question Uf.re the ; mentioned duties. Auv rron fraudulently pcr-
ii.eetig. or the pJjlic. which U the sitae thicg. eonatin a St.irtir. " CoiuuiissiomT incur a
KlLtLr.n " Chin en11 " ;iuch P1 " penalty of W, ami any person demanding or
iUwaii? r or example; an equal number of wimee.-'es. ' . V .. ' .... cirm
ffiuken iu uui a iiaii cariit-il way, wnn rrvTocaiiou, oi iTTice to 10 enu wimi mcj rne av iuc iit
au 1 frboull not ihps be taien as Cual. but I alio . of eighteen. The fay and discharge of ecaineu
Ltow that a similar feeling rertal other Courts, are regulated Tiv .-trinjretit tiroviions. The sailor
nnJ in ome instances is rancorous and bitter. Sow
China m a nation is highly ciiliied in some respects.
powerful in itself and pos-xeeainj mighty resource,
with a tolerably strong code if inorals and a rever-
t-nce f ,r wiaJoin. and such as she is now she h.s
len dur.ng ever so many thousand years. Her
ievp!e wuut by hundreds oi niihions, they own some
t tLe firtt irtWs of the earth. Thev cultiate
x - v j
the arts and sciences with notorious success.
hae a complicate-1 citU and crimiual co-le; they
' recognize and reward Tirtue whih-t they severely
! punish crime. Their social reUtions amongst them-
' selves are burtly not of a nature to point them out
las a nation of I.ars. A Chinaman wid leate his
wife in China to reside with her other relatives by
j marriage and hold firm coiiS lence in her irtue for
j years that he may remain absent, making no secret
I of his re-crriage here, to a woman he cannot trust
I out of his s:2ht. And then, he is eutcrpnsiug aud
industrious. in5nitely so as compared with our
islander here, until you ship him for a weary term,
during which lie stiives to give no more than his
money's worth. In coinniercc he bears a fair repu
tation, and he'll fight like blazes on occasion.
Is it then do vou think, bect m ng (to say the least
' of it,) for any judge of a petty Court of a petty
, Kingdom like thts, which the celestial dragon could
swallow at a mouthful and not look any the stouter
' ft.r it, to m.ike invidious comparisons, and whilit
! recording native testimony with a view to weight,
: turn to the long tailed stranger who mikes appear-
! ance asking for justice for himself or frk-ud. (having
i Weu broUSht. h.ere assist the se fish
, purpose oi enterprising panics wno warn 10 gei ncu.
ani to um ena nive couiracteu to ke-p me poor... ... . ....:.. .i i.),m
: wretch's body an-I soul together for a term of years
on conditioit,) is ft manly, is it civil, is it humane,
1 (of course it is Christian) when in a broken Iino
! which is his very best attempt to be understood, he
: tells his tale or urges his claim, for the presiding
, judge to deula-e that he don't believe a Chinaman
'. anyhow? Is 't that rather the argumentum ad
j liomeneni of the stillest kind?
I 1'Iease to understand that 1 uon t think sucu ;
I words were used deliberately and as a conclusion ;
thoughtfully arrived at. I have known the same j
I judge exercise the most considerate and most trying i
( p itience, and very kindly too, to come at the truth j
: through Chinese evidence. But how is it possible i
i that justice can ever have fair-play if a whole class j
I in the community are to be doubted as a rule, on
ioath? I don't believe in swearing 'anyhow." i
: There is no solemnity in it. " Familiarity breeds j
contempt " towards an oath as well as elsewhere. I !
cannot believe that either the native Ilawuiiau or the
. coolie, respect or fear the oath administered to them
; here sufficiently to affect their veracity. My own
, experience is that the native has no regard whatever
' for it, and if God"s hflp shall be measured to those
: who invoke it so volubly only in such proportion as j
their truth-U-lling justly claims, there will be a fear- J
1 ful reckouing hereafter. j
j fo long a s oiths are in rule, however, why not ,
present the Chinuman with one of his own habitudes,
; vhiw'h is said to have weight with him, and so ihu-e
him on a par with the native at least? Surely, if
I we tender him an oa'h on the Evangelists because the
; law requires it. the s:ime hiw gives him the bight to j
i be believed. Why he doesn't object to be so sworn is j
; simply that he knows no better. Now it seems to nic J
. a very serious thing for educated mcu who must un- :
' ilerstand the solemn significance of the oath, to .
j tender it day by day to heathens. Thou shall not i
: take the name of God in vain. j
List May I was on a jury in a criminal ense :
. l,w.; ,t.. .!,... ,.i.., i , n.:... , I
j f&h'of t,
sound and sulficient
he minority declared
that he would not believe a thinaman in any cas, '
and the other two agreed with him. Now, suppose j
nine jurymen had held that doctrine, how would that ;
; neree with the ends of justice and the rights of men ? j
' You will see. The su'Ject does not interest enough
i to claim attention, and it will drop. There is a '
' promise though on record which may be worth con- j
i eidering With what measure ye mete, it shall be i
! measured to you again."
j Trichina Spiralis in Ham Important Dis-
Tlie .San Jose MtrrvryoT Aiignf 4th l.as tl.is
'. imjKtrtiint nnnuunceuient, which concerns every
I jiercon on the Pacific coast :
S:me dajs nince, E. W. Ilarrinon, a well known
, i-iiizcu ti oiiii tiiKtc, rouungon roiiiieeniii tsirect, i
i juirehafcd from Ixuidruni & Iiurna one of those
1 delicious Chicago hams which have leen tickling
the palates of our epicures for wmie time pant.
Nothing wrong was discovered with the meat un
til it had hoen about half consumed. I'ut on Sat
urday as Mrs. IIarrinon was about to cut some
t-lices 6hc thought it bad a peculiar appearance,
end, not wishing to take any chances on so dt-li-
i rate a matter, called her husband, who, upon in
j fpecting it with a magnifying glass, discovered to
j his horror that it was full and running over with
I TRICHINA SPIRALIS,
i That horror of horrors to all lovers of pork. Hur-
rison's feelings upon making this diwovcry can
i be better imagined than described. Wc suppose
i it is hardly necossary to state that the remainder
I of that ham has not j et been eaten. This dis
; covery of the parasites is, we think, the first that
j has ever been made on this coat, and opens the
j way for some very grave speculations. T'-ie ex
I istence of the trichina spiralis became known a
' number of years ago, but it did not make its an-
' pearanco to nny considerable extent until about i
five years ago, when the death of several of its I
victims in Illinois called for an inspection of the i
pork, and it was fuund to exist
Tf A milJlITFt I. TXTfVT.
However, it passed off like an epidemic, and did
t rcarircar until nlout two years ago. when it
nain commenced its lavages on a large scale. !
-M;inJ Persons d'ed, and ,t was found that a great
TirotMirtion Of the smnkf-d meat in tlif mnrtrt
contained the raraeitcs. This destroved the txrk I
trade in Chicago, and, in fact, throughout Illinois.
Nobody wanted nny hog meat in theirs. The
m'ucneo M thit a nunntilv of ,uims
j bacon, shoulders, etc., were left on hand. Some j
j of it was inspected and destroyed, but the most ;
demand has inducel some
To ship the diseased meat to this coast. How- j
ever true this vert-ion of the case may be we of j
course cannot tell, but cirum6tances warrant I
this conclusion. The efleet of the disease is i
invariably fatal. The length of illness is gener- j
ally about a month, although in some aggravated i
cases death lias ensued in less time, lhe trichina j
ir ft rjtjiuiijr-in-'jiuu unci Lfrwuc nuriu, incriiixig
1-78 of an inch in length and 1-130 of an inch in
breadth. Its reproductive powers are enormous,
it being estimated that the number in a single
suffi-rer may amouut to 20,000,000. The prin
cipal sjmptotus of the presence of the parasite in
the human frame arc loss of appetite, prostra-
tion, violent pain and contraction of the limbs, I
and finally anienia aecimp'aniod by pneumonia. 1
t It will Dc graiiying to know that these horrible i
! worms cannot stand beat and that they are
j effectually destroyed when the meat containing !
: them is well cooked. AVe think it probable that j
j our house-keepers will act on this hint without ;
any further instruction. Harrison now has the (
j remnant ol the allected ham
J ON EXniBITION
! At his residence, where the curiosity of the public
! can be gratified without paying a cent. We
. have been thus particular in giving the facts in
j regard to this matter, not lor the purpose of
J pilin any of our readers Sunday breakfast,
but in order that the public may be on their
I Mr. Seward is making rapid rroCTess in bis
narrative of bis journey round the world. He
has got through Asia and Africa, and is now
writing the account of bis visit to Switzerland.
The latter part of the work will contain his gen
eral reflections on the countries lie has seen, and
a summing up of his comparison of different
races and nations, which, from a man of his
ability and experience, can lianllv fail to he
1 -1 i.. . .: i
, The Niw Smrpisi; -cr, wLicli goo inta effort j
i-V1 C!' Iir?"Jrt fyr ltbc arpolntmcnt or,
?!" oiuiitiiiers who arc U keep a reg- ;
"lr ' t'-iiuce. ana n-j uiauons ui R-aiutn, j
uj-rinu.-iiJ uieir t-iffiiuvus anu uicuargc, 10 j
I rroVRie mean- f.r vUnn3 the.r on
oonra 01 men to cneo, ana v rai-uiiaic np-
rrt-titicvr-hipa for fo M-rvice. In port where a
Couimieiou-r l.aa un been appointed by the
L"nitJ States Circuit Court, t!;c Collector of
, nm I ...... I
Shanhaeins eeaiuen is pro-
' ninea. unuer p-na uy in eac.T cae oi ior
. -hich the ehip is to le l.tld liable. Apprentice, ;
at lenst twc:e years oia ana m Rooa fieaiw.y t
' condition of bJv. raay be shipped, but the term i
mav i,jr hijj customary ndvance wages give a :
cic"ck upon tlc ehijper, payable to the order -f
, luol,er or frierivi" within a f-pecified
nuiu?r f,f y,, nf.cr the sailins of the veel.
, r , rouipletion of the vovajje, all Katnen
, diwharged and receive their mcs in
, " "... . .-." i
",c lltw l,c -""I'l"" w..u..u.. , .u "
renal tv of liftv dollars ic impved on any mnf-tcr !
' owner oi Attiip wi.o, wiimn metmtw .aiei-,
' discharges or pays wages in any other inauner, ,
. Caw vrhere tnie oouipetent court otherwise di-
j rects being excepted, livery matter must, not.
,1cm than forty-eight nours rr, paying ou r
; diM.-harging any he.iicun, del o him. in the
J presence of a .Shipping ConiLpT (ncr, a full an l
truc account of wages, and "deductions to be
; therefrom on any ar.ount whatsoeTer.
,i, tun ..et-r xmMt Pntr int,. .
, t. nHT? , . fL vr.r5on m.ttor in
respect to which deductions from the seaman's
wages hould l.e made. Kvcry seaman is cutulcd
to one-fourth of the balance of wages due him
; when discharged, ami the remainder, n in tne
' Coasting trade, within two days nfter his dis- j
ctmrge, ana it in the loreign irauo, miuuh ne
' days after liia discharge, or three days alter the
! cargo has been delivered, whichever happens first.
' The owners, consignees or masters of vessels in
(jie coastin" trade may act as Shipping Com- i
; ,;,:,,. TIia 1'nirl States Shim.insr Com-
m;ssiyncr ;n New York has organized his office '
; . . . ff f . ent a.istants. including six
) -puiy ou,t.r...s vumm..o.o
HAVE ON HAND
-m. 38. 1-2. 3-4. 1, 2 AND 3 1XCH
COri'ER TUBING. In lecgths from 0 to 15 feet;
Galvanized Corrugated KooCng,2CsS4 inches;
Cass Tin Plate, all sixes;
Sheet Lead, Brass and Soft Solder,
Galvanized A riain Sheet Iron, 1C to 20 gauge
' . Sheet-Copper, tinned and clean, all sizes; f
At Old Prices.
! Just Arrived per R. C. Wylie !
Barrels Sheet Zinc,
Cases Sheet Tin
Block Tin, &C, &C.
Also, Expected per Ceylon!
FULL ASSORTMENT OF STOVES.
llivets, finned and black, 2 to C lbs.
EXTRA 3 PLY AMERICAN RUBBER HOSE!
Which they can warrant to be the bept article made.
Plain and N.r4 Iiibb Cocks. 1-2 to 112 in.
Sink and Dittb Tub Pings,
House Water Closets,
Sprinklers. Hose Couplings & Nozels,
Patent Can Openers.
Tinned Tacks, Cast Iron Sinks,
Galvanized Elbows, T's, Union Couplings, &c.
; Douglass Lift and Force Pumps !
Douglass Lift Pumps, 0 to C.
'Alio ichirh they Ojftr lur Sale at Jlensonable
37 Stoves Pnrtliaseil at this Establishment Set np
Tree of Charfre.
S" Having a It rye sfovk f Copper Tubing,
hnt topi' nn' -VaiaZ in their lint, they
are 2rejweJ to Jill Plantation and other orders at
price satifif'ietory to buyer and seller, at
No. 9 KAAHUMANU STREET,
JLST AB0VK THE BANK.
JUST JL- U PIi:
n nifrD' UICTADV
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llSnVSlllSlTl ISlSllltlS I
FOURTH EDITION, REVISED & ENLARGED
With an Appendix!
Inhibiting the Commercial and Agricultural Ile
sonrcn of the Islands. Meteorological and Cen
sus Statistic trith a Sk etch of the Volcanic
PrttjJions on Ila'caii, from 1S01 to
1SC3. aud embracing much Infor
mation usefnl to Travelers.
lllostrated with a fall lenzth riiotosraph of Kloe
-t Map of the IsLmds. and numerous Vieies !
Is acknowledged to be the most impartial and complete work
on these IslanJs ever published, and this edition will be found
to be more valuable than any previous one. inasmuch as it
furnishes la'.e raid reliable sUtitics, useful to those seekiog
Information regarJinp them.
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WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
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LIME AND CEMENT,
AND . -
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POTATOES, ONIONS, &C,
AGENTH I "Oil
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
riHK I XDERSICXED. F.XECL'TORS OP
1. the Will of the late R MOFKITT, will cause to he sold at
Public Auction, in August next, if not previously disposed of
at private sale,
THE ESTATE OF KAUUKU POINT,
On Oahu, consisting of Fine Graaing Land, about 800 had of
imported Cattle, 40 Horses, and a small flock of choice Sheep.
There is an excellent dwelling house with out houses ani fur
The paddocks and peni for dividing the stock are unusually
complete and extensive. There is a Wool ISbed. Wool Pres,
and every requisite for carrying on the Ranch without further
For further particulars, spp'y to Y .hf JZ "
ap?0 tf, C Lr.uiiuti?!.
PUBLIC NOTICE !
rwIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUR
M chased all the Cattle running on the i-niffio and all other
Kola Lands of East Maui. herely f.rbid all peraons. under
penalty of being proceeded ar&inst at law, from purchasing,
driving or branding any of said cattle.
it-i The following is our registered orana, ana -
all persons are hereby warned against using or
imitating the same.
Honolulu, Msrch 19, 1S72.
AKANA & CO.
A RETREAT FOR INVALIDS.
vs. THE CLIMATE OF THESE ISLANDS
V. is noted the world over for general salubrity, while
iiy'f; certain particular legalities in the group are more es
pecially favorably known. The district of Kona, on the lee
aide of Hawaii, has long trcn famed as a place of resort for
those afflicted with affections of tbe lunps. Not a few cases
have been known of persona who had been given over as sure
to die, by their physicians in California, alter a few months
residence In the pure, mild air of Kona, recovering robust
health au-I taking a new lease of life.
The undersigned, at his commodious house near ICaawalos,
South K-na, is prepared to furnish good accommodations to
boarders on reasonable terms. The steamer Kit aura runs reg
ularly between Honolulu snd the port of Kaawalna, and
Horses are kept ready at the beach. Every accommodation
and comfnrt In the way of diet. MILK and HONEY in abun
dance. I'elichtful rides In the neighborhood.
Kaawalot. S. Rnna. Mav. 1S7J. c23
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)MM THOUIAS WATERHOUSE,
DRY GOODS OF ALL KIRIDS, CLOTHING,
EARTHENWARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY !
SADDLER'S", GLASSWARE, LEATHER GOODS,
PORfUNO CEMENT, ROPE, OILS, PAINTS, COLORS,
itc, etc., Sdc.
WITH AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF NOTIONS !
English, Yankee, French and German.
Some of the Present Stock will be Sold for" Less Prices
than it is Possiblo to Import Now Goods.
Iixvoices are now to Hand of
CONSISTING ' IN ' PART ' OP :
o Frenoli. XSLi ca. Glovoo,
LACES, ALL KINDS ; BRIDAL AND BABY GOODS I
As well its vl largc Vsiricty of IcsirxiIIc tSimclricM
- which will Advertise themselves when seen on a Handsome Torm
j To prevent a rush these Lively Times,
independent of making the
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Prospect for Yourselves, do not purchase unless you get a bargain.
The central idea of conducting my Business is "a Nimble Nine Pence
before a Slow Shilling."
Toll ii Tlioiuiis W:it; vJiouno.
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