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HONOLULU, HAAVAIIAX ISLANDS. JULY 12, 1S73.
I WHOLE NO. S94.
Ever' Saturday MorninR,
BY BLACK & AULD.
City lalaasl aeei-iina. le.OO a Tear.
t3.0U TtrSli Molki.
Foreign Ssrltla. 7.it i IO a Year.
Th-i subscription prir torpspTsf-w.rd-d to any partof Ame
rlc J .".- sr -.onua. wfuci Inclal-sth. Hutmn p-.l
a o:iir. Ail i wi ttr Kiriptn port wilt t cbsrie
11 j ur 11 : the post-ae, whteh varln from 4 t
cii'.a o -ch Kl pr.
I 7" "?'-:ipr:' Pavabls U'itik tsruci.
17 irto i'nrtiis(rta ail part of th Pacific will always
b very arpLab!i.
TT P-f"-r.s ri;n ia tnr part of the tnlted Pfst, cr
re-jiit re an tit of ij'vtcnt.oo doas f r this paper ia AoTt
ea postal, st.apt.
PLAI A5D FANCY
BOOK AND JOB PRINT. NC.
tt ULL-ficiM. VHrriNC bums km and address
CAKD4 printed in the tigh-st .'vie of the art.
I s Sov. a crowded worl 1 a cross
Of gold. i f row like aoo fork'd cedar-tra
Upon pas ia .bruaJ of cloud ar.d iii'M,
Ml bare an 1 brocted la tr antiquity.
tapeo'lia p.!t ! Tb. f rlut Yomit
lias rest apart hi f raaii ", and thrown
It. ruiffd front bfor n Here I see
Tie .trid. of giaet mn ia cryptic atone.
And turr., aud alow descend wber. aeep tb (real aloo.
The e'l'.ij rapiaio. hare tom botne to rcat ;
Ibc hr.ve r-furcxd to sleep ami-l ;ae bravs
The se'.t.n.l thai stood with steely breaet
fi.fo-. the Bery hols of France, an J gave
Tbe baKIe-Cr that ro!ld. r-toliug. Mil
On wave, the (nua f.yu.f b.c and far,
la here. How .till ! Yet Iou'rf r.ow the grave
Than ever eruh!ng Hei.au bttlerar
Or t.ae aad bti.-askcn eeae of Trafalgar.
j j in
8 B&msmmm r fl 8 1 i r I U I r I
The verier stalks In stiff importance o'er
The h llr.w, Uep and strarg r-apo'.ditii- stones ;
IJc ln!e with hfed .1.8", boc bid, Iwlore
Tbe fj.no. I hit ot.ee bad crushed or fkabiooed tbrooea.
And co.il pi tat. joo out the nC.oe.1 bn
lie .laud, composed where armies could Dot ataod
A !ii l r l.roe b t,ce. The baod dieuena
Tbe !.'; or.rd.aod now ia-tea.1 the gran t
A lid t ,llta rroea rnakea ala and lake aunere curamaod.
Earn It. A German friend who wife take
in won tun 4 fur their Buatcnance, claims tbat Le
earoa f.is Jtvinj; by the oweat of Lin vrov.
A Fif&Br Boat. Death i a ferrj boat. Every
day a.rl every hour the boat jiusdea oT witu
otuebudy, and then returns for mure.
A fellow who han actually tried it say that,
although there are three ecruf les in a drachm,
the in re drauu" you take the leM ecrupies you
A Monticelltf, Iowa, jury has recently rendered
a written verdict, the moe: beautiful "ieciuien of
phonoraj hio epilJirjj; yet seen. It wa, "Kno
cos of axcion."
Frejcentlt. The May field, Ky., ladies are
such accuiuplished chia-inueiciand that their
tongue are irequently Bun-burnt. So Bay the
local japer of the place.
A London pajr. in recounting a death, says :
The deceased lady died suddenly without medi
cal ari-trtnoe, which came too late." To die
witoout medical aiatancc is hardly compliment
ary. Thin jarty (to Ptreet urchin) : Boy, what
do you u; txmc that doj; is following Die for?"
The younptcr cast a knowing lok at him, and
readilv replied: Guefs he taken you for a
Suaeino. Those reports of earthquake shocks
frotu Illinois were occasiuncd by the inhabitants
of 'the asri oTafrict' getting their work in at the
nine iuuiuef.it, aud shaking by counties and town
ahipn. Tl.e editor of the Frederickeburg (Va.) Xhcs
was asked by a utranger, If it was poeeible
tbat little town kept up four newspapers," and
the reply was, - 2so, it takes four newspapers to
keep up the town.'"
A father in M.ifmichuactt, who grew impatient
the other evening, at the prolonged May of an
ardent adiuiter of his daughter, entered the room
and invited the young roan to remain to break
fast. The young man declined the invitation.
Qrirr Neighbors. An eccentric old fellow
who lives alonRide of a graveyard, was a.-ked if
it was not an unpleanant l ocation. No,'' said
he. I never jined places in all my life with a
set of neighbors that minded their business so
stiddy as they do."
At a charity sermon the other night a number
of receipted but unpaid bills were placed in the
poor box with trie request that half the amount
be reiain,d f pai l, and the other half be return
ed to the dpoitor. As the accounts were all
aguirij-t eminent church goers they were settled
A clergyman, who owed his situation to a
titled pntnn rather than to bis abilities, in visit
ing his parishioners for the purpot-e of cntcchis
in them, aeked one old stem Presbyterian,
Who made Paul a preacher? " It wnsna the
Marquis," replied the old man, with a grim
suiile and a shake of the bead.
V-u shouldn't be glutinous, Isaac," said
Mr. Partington, as, with an anxious expression,
she marked the string convulsive effort that young
gentleman was making to holt the last quarter of
a mince me. Vu ti.ouldn't be so glutinous,
dear. Vou must be very careful, or you will get
something in our elementary canal or sarcopha
gus one of these days that will kill you, L-aac."
1 had a friend who dressed himcclf in ladies
clothes and called upon a celebrated fortune
teller, bho dii not disi-over the diguise. but he
beard what made him very unhappy." Here the
j-en:ie:uan ci-a-ed. A lady much interested,
a-kel : What did the lortune-tcl'er say to
him ? " ' Why," said the gentleman, assuming
a very grave aetect, ahe told him he was to
marry soon and be the mother of ten children."
Wratht. A guest at a hotel in Belfast,
Maine, on being told that dinner was ready,
stripped ofT his tout and, accompanied by his
wile, entered the dining room in his shirt sleeves.
A waiter brought him a bill of fare, which he
regtrdt-d curiously, and then laid it down. Pretty
soon another bill of fare was placed on his plate.
Then he aruee in his wrath and exclaimed : I
didn't come here to read show bills. I came to
"Got any medicine?" asked a boy, entering
a drug store the t?ther day. Yes," lots of it.
Whit dyou want?" inquired the clerk. " Ok.
it dQt make any difference, so it's something
lively. D id is fearful bad." " What ails
hiin" a-'aad the clerk. Dunno," said the
boy ; " but he's run down awful. lie just sits
around the stove all day and mopes ; be hasn't
walloped mother since Christmas. I guess he's
going to die ! "
No Rest. Said a veritable descendant of St.
Martha, diwncaat. wearying with many cares,
and cumbered with much serving: "So much
tod! cleaning, working, washing, sewing, and
everything dec ? No rest ! never was, never will
be. lor me ! " Oil, yes." said the gd woman
she addressed, there will be rest one day for us
all a long rest." Not for me ! not for me ! "
was the reply. " Whenever I do die there will
be certain to be resurrection the very next day.
It would be just my luck ! "
He Saw the Editor. A burly individual the
other diy rushed into the sanctum of the Hum
boldt, Nevada, Rfjister, and, pulling an enor
mous six-shooter, inquired anxiously for the
editor. " With grea: p reprice of mind," says
thi fearless qaill driver, which always charac
ter ze us when in the presence of danger, we
suddenly arose, knocked the intruder down, seized
bitn by the collar and nether extremities and
threw him into the street. When last seen, he
was making a 2:40 gait for Winnemucca, on the
- jn lruad. Mninr, 1 want to be an angel. Tbe
-rtiver captured in the melee is on exhibition at
THOS. G. THEUM,
EVnB"ER os GOLD. SILVER, BRASS,
my 17 ly
S Ua.i .Name FUlea.
a 0. S. CUMMINGS,
OMC'IATIIIVT, 63 FORT STREET, j
IHEO. H. DAVIES,
Laie Jantoo, Green At Co.)
IMPOSt AND COMMISSION MER
I flUNf. ceT roa
LKiydt'and; I'rrT" L'oderwrltera. Northern Aanrance
Conii:1 Br''-1 nd Foreign Marine Iniuranc-
rnhZl fje&v Baildinzt. Kaaiiumann and Qoen Sta. ly
S. B. DOLE,
T-IOFPV AT LAW. OFFICE OVER
k:rhar'.J!U'". corner of Fort aod Mrrcbant Iftrreu.
ED. JIFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPOR'4AM) COMMISSION MER
of 41 ji?rcuoi r-crcris. mcv ly
STLE & COOKE,
IMPOR'K A.M DE I.F.KS IN OEN
Kit A I. MtRCUANLIat,
?HIPPCAM COMMISSION MKRCHANT3.
ft . 60 Kinr. Street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
ATTOBT AT LAW. OFFICE IN THE
X. A t trocy-eral's ro-r. Court House. Honolulu.
M. GEHOATJM & CO.,
IMPORT! AND WHOLESALE DEAL
rr. ia t'.uJirle Cl .thinr. lints. Caps. Boots nd i-hoes,
and every f an.1 Oeu'.Iemeo's aaperior Farnisbing Uoods.
Ptors tar occapied by V. A. Aldricb, Maker's
nil fcloclt. Queen Street. Jy
1PHILL1TS & Co.,
IMPORTS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
era la CloU Boots. sbes. Hats. Men's Furnishing and
ranrjr Ooola. 1I6 6m) No. II Kaabumanu St. Honolulu.
" . HALL & SON,
IMPORTS AND DEALERS IV II ARD
WAltt,U7ds, Paints. Oils, and Oearral Mercbaodne.
l9 troer Fort and Kinit Sts. ly
AS. W. GIEVIN,
ClOMMISi.V MERCHANT AND DEALER
j la Oenmrebandixe. LAUAINA.
Orders from tlker Isiands promptly attended to. at flta
1R0WN & CO.,
MPORT AND DEALERS IN ALES,
YWMM SPI11IT3. AT WUOLKSALK.
9 Mrrcbaeet JoJ ly Honolulu. H. I.
H. E. ;iNrYRE & BROTHER,
GROCEI FEED STORE AND BAKERY,
er of ting and Fort Streets,
ocj ly Honolulu, n. I.
HIAOEFELD & Co.
k-s if HuNoLCLr.
T)S. G. THRUM'S,
2,TATI0.V.Y, CL'TLERY AND NEWS
uepot, SLOrcalating turary. (Iats lilacs AulJ s
.1 I r 1 t . t.nn. U. lT.,nAl,tln
7. L. (SEEN,
CO MM IS? N MERCHANT, FIRE-PROOF
ocS ly noiolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
COD. C. HEUCK,
IMPORTI A ND COIIM1SSIOV MER
CHANT, (oc&ly) Honolulu, Oabo. II I.
a. s. CLEcaoi
J!tO. S. SM1TBIKS.
A. CLEGHORN t Co.,
IMPORTS AND WHOLESALE AND
Ki.raiL Dk.Rs in
Corner Qaeeo sauhamaca Sts.,
oco ly ana St., and Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
(ULAN & CO.,
IM PORTiS OP AND DC ALE RS IN
Uf all descnptfeHJ i M kind, rjry loods. Also, con
stantly oo ka, .uperior quality of Eawaiiaa Kice.
laa a Street, Honolulu ly
J.H7HITNEY, D. D. S.
DE N T I T, K F I C E OVER DR. HOFF
ANN'S I'RtU STORK,
Corur of KasUa and Merchant Streets. Offlce hours
tn V a M ti;l 2 r. M 1
IM I'URTtlM) DE tLER IS REN ERA I
? QueetH, Honomla. lr
A.1 PEIRCE & CO.,
icc'o C. L. Richards tt Co.)
lr!l,PrCilJ'I'ERS AND GENERALCOM
" 3 10N ICUAN ti. Uonululo, Hawaiian IslanJs.
J. I. Walko.
8. C. Alls.
KER & ALLEN,
t.ND COMMISSION M
HONOLULU. H. I.
Serchant yiar,nr ln.aTnce Co.. Sao Francisco.
,"r- w"w-r,:ul Lir- lusura-.ee Co. .
,cbrs. t.ry nj Active ar.d Mry Ellen.
f kPi?J,F,XI DEALER IN CLOTH
Pocii Curv CP- J""'' f"fa"T.
roesi luiirri. tfKTy dp.u cf Gent's Superior
Furnshlng td-p. u-ukm.,P f ioe Calf j,. Hoots,
aivA.t on naDi.
. I Comt oy, A!tr MccBA3iT STirTf. Jail ly
A ICTIOXI; AND COMMISSION MER-
a. s. jrca.
JD & LAINE.
a. w. LAIS a.
IITJCERS PR(n soX DEALERS.
V51 Fort rES7 Cd F"d SWr'
r.E LERS lr
UMBER AND BUILDING
ia1s. Fort Street. ly
DII-7GHAII & CO., j
TMPRTERX nLERS iv HARD- j
Curry. Dry ., Paint nd QVt General j
' "-aagfrtrei. Honolnlo. ly !
7s ATRAL IAN
kfir. 4e to Order.
J G'KTT PLATE SPRING
K. tc, lc.
1 f f- 3 f 2eSt nff'd reEE f f IIiRGE
ja' m P. DALTON. King St., Honolala.
T"E CIW AND KNOWN AS THE
or " Olna."
Uad and ia sil!V?.lto. Haw.l
It is a floe grazing
apply to v'
Pur further particular
' J NO. O. DOM IN Id.
a Cotamlssioner and Land Agent.
C. S. BAKTOW,
I'CTIOXEER, SALESROOM OS Ql'EEV
l Jul! Street, one door from Kaabumana. ly
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION"
Hopolula, Htwaliaa UUo.ii
j BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
HONOLCLC. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW BILLS OP tXCHANuK ON
The Back of Caiif fTD.j ..................... ..San Fraaciwo
Metra. K Walirr.. ...........New York
Trnjorit National Bank .Uoiton
Oriental Bnir Crp-r.t ion. London
Oriental liau 'JorporaMin, pyui!e in Sydney. Melixxirne
ami Aut -klaad.
Areola for tbe Manhattan Life Inaurance Company of Ne
Keceiva rt.n,:n. r)i.-or.Lt Fint-c!aa Huaineta Paper,
at:enj to Coilectiny, c, tc my2 ly
E. H. STANLEY.
A XD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
in Kliodet' Fire-proi.f Building, Kaahutr.ana
Mrwt, Hoai.luSu. iim
; FISCHER & ROTH,
I 9ERCII A NT T A I I.ORS. FlRT STREET,
! t'l oppite tldd Ifllow'i Hall. Honolulu, H. I. p-J3 ly
SHIP CHA.VDLEU. DEALER IN GEN',
eral iJerc.'ian I .land Produce, tc. and
COMMISSION M KUCHA NT.
Braos's Bar, Hilo, 54.dwi;h Islands.
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of roods required by ship, and others.
The highest price eiven for Island Produce.
XT Money advanced for Bill of Exchange at reasonable rates.
HYMAlf & BROTHERS,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RET AIL
Dry Goods, Clothinr, HU furnlsldn Goods, Ladies' and
Genu Boots and rVi. s Vankee Notions, c, fcc.
Capt. Snow'. Building, w. 0 Merchant St. Honolulu. apl ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS,
fcbora. Fine Clothing. Furnisbing Goods,
Corner of Fort and Merchant St. apl9 ly Honolulu. H. I.
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOWSETT fc
J Corner Fort and Queen Sts.
Dealers In Lumber. Paints. Oil. Nails, Salt, and Building
ap5 Materials, of every kind. ly
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Importer and Dealers in General Merchandise, Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Agents for the Kaunakakal. M.utiiua and Eakaako Salt
fS Works. ly
T. J. BATSILPSS. T. B. BATSEL0K5-
EALEKS IN DRY GOODS, FANCY
GOOi'8 AND CLiTllING.
Criterion Building, Fort SI. (s21 ly) Honolulu, II. I.
ONFECTIONER. NO. 40 HOTEL ST.,
next door to C. K. V lihatu. Honolulu. dl7
AFONG & ACHUCK,
IMPORTERS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers in General Merchandise. Fire-proof Store, Nuua
nu Streets. dl4 ly
C. BREWER & CO.,
COMMISSION AM) SHIPPING MER
CHANTS. Honolulu, Oahu, (aulT ly) Hawaiian Islands.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
WILL CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MKKCU ANMSK and SHIPPING BLSINKSS at tho
above port, where they are prepared to furnish the justly cele
brated Kawaihas Potatoes, and such other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms, (auli ly) FIREWOOD OS HAND.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
H ill practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. II.
will attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai. Maui and
Hawaii, and visit either of those Islands
on special business.
aolT Office on Merrhant Street. ly
E. HOFFMANN, TI. D.,
nilYSICIAN AND SCUGEON, CORNER
I 1L Merrbant ana itaanumanu ia , near tne rosi-orcce.
i aul" ly
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT, '
OMMISSION MERCHANT AND GEN
KRAL MIIP1TNG AGENT.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands
NEWEST THINS OUT
BURN WITHOUT CHIMNEY !
o ct iMpnRTP.n T? v tup. ivnrn.
4 ' ' iiivt'.n
fi the Only Lamp that has been made
TO BURN KEROSENE PERFECTLY. !
Too Simple to get ont of Order.
Low Priced Lamps for the Cottage,
Elegant Styles for Dining and Drawing
Sole Agents for Haw'n Islands,
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
spS Noa. Q5 & 9T King St
TO AVOOaL GROWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE
to boy Wools at g-od pric. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly desired to make
C. BREWER CO.
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBT GIVEN
that there Is no thoroughfare acrra. the land known as
Palepo, and Nine. Nouano valley. Any person trespassicg
thereon, wiU be prosecuted according la law.
T. B. BARNFS.
Honnlulo. May 2. 1877 icy 3m
J. W. CIBBS,
Palntios la all Branches 90 Ring Strrft.
Oppoaite Wrfght & Co.'t Blaclcsroith Sbop.
XT f maUeat orJer promptly attended to.
To ret yoor il IT II ;
THCXK WORK OF ALL KIXL.S,
aud 0nral Krpainng done with ceatu-a and disnatcb,
o.S3 KingSt. feS K. WHITMAN.
KEALOHA & PANEE,
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
HAVING OPENED TIIEIRSIIOP ON THE j
above street, are prepared to do all manner work in i
their line of bmin-ts. ClirB-.-s reaiouahle, and all Wi rk done !
with neatness and tfi." patch. jss ly
J. H. THOMPSON, j
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu, j
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A N D !
For Sale at tli L-wet M urke: Prices, a aood assort- j
men I of the lift KeSned Bar Iron, and the Best '
lacksmith s Coal. nlG ly
Gone, Ship, Si?n and (arrUe Palnticir, Paper
Iiantflnr and it'.nzxrul.
Shop on Kaahaxanu S:reei. The public aro requested to
give a call. apl2 3m
Wagon and (avriace Cnil!er, I and .6 RiuprSt.,
Honolulu. (jalS ly) I!and orders promptly executed.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY. XAVAL A XD CIVIL
King St., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolulu. c& ly
IMrOMTKB AND M ASt F ACTTRtlt OF
ALL. KINDS OF FURNITURE !
c Suitable to this market.
JC TT Old Furniture repaired and Msttrasses of all de
fl scriptlnns made toordrr.
Before buying elsewhere call at 8Gand8S Kiasstreet
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Sealer in
F EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop at
the old stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
B. Orders from the other isiaads promptly attended to.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Uoiolnlu.iSai
XT Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to piomptly. aul" ly
Saddle mid .iariiess Ulaker,
KIXO STREET, HOSOI.CLU.
. V Tt - , . C-.JJ1. C. t' 1 , 1.
V-- er, f onsfantlr un Hand.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. jy25 ly
OFFERS FOR SALE
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI,
WHITE MOLESKIN, GREY AND WHITE;
Long Cloth, blue Flannel. Corduroy. Ulaliis, Fancy
Prints, White and Dark Ground Prints, Nainsook, Tape
Checks, Jacotiet, Cbambray Lawn, Printed Marseilles, Extra
Heavy Ticking, Cotton and Union Drill. Blue cotton and Blue
Cotton Driliiun. Heavy Cotton Shirtmc, 90 and 100 inch ;
Black and Colored Italian Cloth, All Wool and Cotton Plaid
Shawls. Towd and Towelling, Uusoi Crash, Cotton Blankets.
Horse Blankets. Merinos, Baratheas, Fine Black Cohurgs.
Table Covrrs. Dark and Red Handkerchiefs, White Cotton
Handkerchief, hummed; Corah Handkerchiefs, Blue Twill,
Superior Blue and Brown Cloths. Madspolams, Veil Barege in
silk and wool. Grenadines, Dotted White Swish Muslins, Pu
ienor ?ilesias for Tailors' u., Tai'ors" Trimming. Paper Cam
brics. Brown Holland, While, lied, Blue and Black Bunting,
Ac, Ac, &c.
Supr. Black Doeskin Pant, dozens of Buckskin Suits, colored
Mi!vKn Pants, Pa Jackal. Cotton Flannel Cndershirts and
Drawers, Merino Undershirts, White- Linen Duc k fSjils, Water
pnHf Coat and Ponchos, a variety of men's Felt ilats. Ladies
M hite Cotton Hose of various qualities. Boys' Heavy Brown
Cotton Socks. Men's Brown and Lisle Thread socks. Kid
Glovs, white and colored, fir Ladies and Gents. Doeskin Rid
ing Gloves for Ladies and Gents. Lisle Thread Gauntlets, Ital
ian Cloth and Silk Umbrellas, Linen and Paper Coliara, Paper
Meerschaum Pipes. Pearl Shirt. Coat and Vest Buttons;
Superior Pins, Hair Pins, Linen and Cotton Tapes. Sleeve But
tons and Siuds, Looking Glasses and Hand Mirrors. Linen and
Cotton Thread. Pm Knives. Butcher Knives, Sail Twine, India
Rubber t'omh,. Dressing Comba, Fine Ivory Tooth Cmbs,
Letter and till Paper. Blank Books, Superior Playing Cards,
Silk Ribbons, Corded Silk Beltincs, Trsveling Bags, Merino
and Alpaca Bindings, Fenthers and Flowers, Feather Durt-rs,
Opera and Spy Glasses. Violin Strii gs. Cotton Twine In skeins
aud null. Ladic' Corset. Tailors' Shears. Water Monkeys.
Hooks and Eyes, Seltzer Water, 4re., &c, Ac.
Wines, Sjiquors, Ales. &c
Dretjen and Schroeder- Ale, star brand, qts. and pts. Nor
way Ale. Christian! Brewery, in pts. and qts. Sparklinr Hock,
qts. and pts. Rhine Wines of the following! Hockheirce-,
Nierste;ner, Deidesh-imr, Rudesheimer, Liehfraumilch. Stein
wein. Claret fiauterne, Sauteme, Medoc. Chambertin, Maras
chino, Superior Brandy In casks and cases, best Holland Gia
Gin in casks. Sherry and Port Wtne. Alcohol, 93 per cent,
Bcch as Cbabiis, Eeri, Budai.
Sashegyi. Stamorodnyi, Tokayl.
Angostura and Bonekamp Bitters, Swedish Punch, ready pre
pared Cocktail, Kimmel, Grrmnn Whiskey.
Pomatam. Hair Oil. Cosmetique. Toil't Soaps. Best Ean de
Cologne. Florida Water, cheap Ean de Cologne, Toilet Powder,
Puff Boxes, Macassar Oil. Ac.
Batty Pickles, Preserves and Fruit Syrup
German and Havana Cigars,
MANY OTHER GOODS!;
' TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION, e
FOB, SALE AT LOW AND REASONABLE
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand,
rTi CORNER OF KING AND
Li l rlKTH EL Streets. Woald icf.Ttn ria;er,
yjgAa Arent9 and other thru, in addition to h;
' i '7 c V re 1 ar '. nJ v ' V
al of the sb.p CnLga from lloon. be haa rece.ved
ikii llfcl. Miook, and a. ontainrra.
Of a superior quality, which will be villi reasonable in loU to
He h.-'i'V'i l.y attention to buaine t mrit a conti.nuartce o f
, " . '
; I J'1?
oniipe whli h he ha heretofore enjoyed aaa lor wtK:n
he now return his thauka. nl8
The rnderl;rned Unving Opened a S.1IL-L01T
On Kaahuroanu Street, in the building formerly
occupied ly J. M. Oat Co.. will cve proa;p
.i::-n Jon to The bail-roakirn Cuiurs in all its
Sails made In the lifM .Manner and at Hedorrd
Thankful for past favors, he hopes to receive a sbsr of
public patr.itiKge. (mjJ)
W. G. vixli;v.
No. S Ieroliant Htreet,
MAMFACTlEEIi AD DEALER IX FIRMTICE
Old Furniture Repaired and Uiholstered.
The brst Curled Hair constantly cn hand and for sale. Ail
ap'Z'j orders promptly attended to.
McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
Fort St., Honolulu, II. I., opposite Tbeod. C. Heuck's.
C. SKC1KLKXX. K. K1STLKK.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Anoana Street, bet. Hen-bant aud Queen,
fl HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
js3 Stoves, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pip?, Plain and Ho?e
if. y5 Bibhc, etop Cocks, India Rubier Hose best 3-nly in
,a lengths of 25 and 60 fret, with Coupling and Pipe com.
plete. Also, m Very large stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly aud war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful lo the citisens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by s:i ict
attention to business to mrrit the sume fur the future.
XT Orders from the other Island will be carefully attended
to. apl2 ly
CABINET MAKER'S SHOP !
bers tn notify bis friends and ths
public generally, that be bas taken
Sliop on I'or-t Stroot,
one door below the Government Buildings, where he will be
found hereafter, prepared to carry on the
CABINET MAKER'S BUSINESS,
in all its brunches and on the most reasonable terms.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD,
Repairing Done Neatly and Expeditiously.
Please arlve liln a. Call
ap20 tr DANIEL McCORRISTQX.
J. M. OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
OLD CUSrOM HOUSE. FIRE-PROOF BUILDING.
On the Wharf, Foot of Nuuanu Street, Hono
lulu, II. I.
j Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvaniznd Clues and Thimbles.
Flaca of all riracriptiona made mitt rrpnirrd.
Thankful for past patronage, we are prepared tr cx'.cute all
nrdera ia our line,
rith dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a 29 Hotel St., near the Drug Store of E. Strehz Co. ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR
Mills, Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description made
J Particidar Attention paid to Ship's Blacksmi thing.
I XT Job Work executed on the shortest notice. jy20 ly
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. ja4 ly
2VE JSk- G X3C IIXTISTJ
NO. lO FORT STREET. -V
where he will attend to all orders f-i
-i in the Vi J
K'y- LOCK, Gt & GEXERAL BEPAIU Li.NE
lie win give special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing M achines. and all other kinds of Light Machinery
aod Metal Work of every description, Bmckaoiitlaing, Ac
ALSO. ON' HAND AND FOR PALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing1 Machines,
ftnns, Pistol?, Shot, Ainmcnition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, &c c.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice.
XT Rest Machine Twiit. .CX
COLE AGENT IM TUTS SIXGDOM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
A. D. BOLSTER,
Ilensc, Ship, Sign, Carriage & Ornamental Painting
In all its branches.
AT THE OLD STANDi ON KING
Street, will execute all orders in his line with promptness,
at low rates, and in as good style as any. ja4 ly
-ili ii -iiriji Tf t y-f - -
MIE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE NO !
paint to make this
EXjEG-O T 33 Xj
First-Class in Every Particular !
R003IS C1X BE DID BT THE MGHT OR WEEK !
with or without beard.
II ALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
ja2S PUBLIC MEETINGS. OR SOCIETIES. ly
SELFE BEGS TO INFORM THE
Ladies of Honolala and its vicinity that she has r.pened
the store in Fort Str-et (next door to the Government offices)
where he wi;i continue the business of DRESs-M A KING, and
hopes by strict attertion combined with good work and moder
ate charges to claim a share of their patronage. Ladies and
children's uiidrclothir-g made by hand or machine. (ap5 3m)
HIDES, SKLS, TALLOW.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE
to pay ths highest market price for Pry
Hides, Goat Skins and Goat Tallow.
C. PL'WER CO
mrmJS, ..... , m , ... 1 1 1 1 ,
; ap2rt Siii
Fire and marine Insurance.
TnilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
m. duly authorised
By the Firemen's Fund Insurance Comp'y.
ofia Fraucico ta write both Tirf and Marios riLi, are pre.
. parrd to imr4 Insuraore on
Dwellluu. Bolldi-. MrrrhanillM. Farai
lure. VrsseU la Perl, aud Ink
Cargo Cisks, to and from tits nd all 1'orelgu Porta,
at tbe most FavoraMe Rates.
jaUly lil.MIOP CO.
Boston Board cf Underwriters !
GENTS fr ifar Hawaiinn Mnnds,
mbl ly C. BRkWEK Ai CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters J
AGENTS lr the- llnvrniinu lalnttda,
mhl ly C. Hit KW Kit ft CO.
TOT I C E M A ST E R S
OF VESSELS VIS-
1 IT1NG this port in a disabled condition and intoml In
any ol the Boston and PinUdelpbia Offices must bare their
reports and accuuuta duly CertiQed to by us.
mhl ly O. BREWFR A: CO.
THE UR1TISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RAXES. The clauses in tbe Policies of Ibis Company are
specially advantageous. THEO. II. DAWKS,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
lsucs Fire and Life Pollrirs
ikN THE MOST LIUERAL TERMS. ALL
VJr Claims ior Losses settled with promptitude.
THEO. H. DAVIE?, Agent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rBMlE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
A Boston Board of Underwriter, not.fr Masters of Yrtsei.
and others that all bills for Repair on Yemttl, and all bills
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the BosUm Underwriters, who must also be represented oo
all surveys, cr such bills will not be allowed.
ol6 ly C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
rwMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OP THE
JL above Company, have been authorised to insure risks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and rice versa.
oJS ly H. HACKFELD&Co.
NORTH GERMAN FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAMBURG.
rcMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed Agent of the above Company for the Sond
wich Islands, is now prepared TO INSURE AGAINST FIRE
upon the most favoraMe terms,
On Brick, Siour. Rid Wooden Slorra,
And on Merchandise storfd therein. Private Dwellings, Furni
tures, tfC. All Looses ailjueted and paid for here with prompt
itude. For particulars apply at the office of
oclB ly THEOD. C. IIEUCK, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, One Million Prussian Thalers.
npilE I'NDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed Agents of the above Company are now ready to
Issnr Policies against Risks of Fire, on Buildings,
Merchandise and Furniture,
on terms equal lo those of other respectable companies.
Losses paid for and adjusted here.
For particulars apply to
ocS tf H. HACKFELD A CO., AgrnU.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL. 18.000,000 I N GOLD!
T1HE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to issue policies on Fire itifli; (with or without the aver
j age clause), on Plantation Buildings aod Machinery, Private
Dwellings, Brick. Stoue and Wooden Stores, Merchandise, Coals,
Lumber, Ships in Port, Ac, on the most favorable terms.
XT All loaaea adjusted and paid lor here XX
For particulars apply at tbe office of
WALKER & ALLEN,
aul7 ly Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINHU ItC II.
CAPITA L Jt2.000.000
Accumulated and Inreated Fund, 2,838.118
rTlMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A P
JB POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Kisks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, Timber, Coals, Ships in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. (apft ly ED. 11 JFFbCHLAEQKR A CO.
FT A. SCHAEFER
AGENT Bremen Board of Underwriter.
Agent Dresden Board of Underwriter,
Agrnl Virnnn Board of Underwriter..
Claims against Insurance Companies within the Jurisdiction
of the above Boar-Is of Underwriters, trill hav to be certified
to by tbe Agent to make them valid. jai ly
ii a i n ii na ii-n r k .ii r. n
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rTfHE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
i Appointed Agents of the abovo Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise ston-d therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the olCce of
sl5 ly P- A. SCHAEFEU A CO.
Hawaiian soap work
GREY & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Leleo, Kin? Street, Honolulu.
Beef; Muttoa and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Order Left nt Ira Richardson's Boot and
Shoe Store will meet with pram pt
ICE CREAM and LUNCH ROOM,
OPPOSITE C. E. WILLIAMS' FCRNIXTRE WARF.ROOM8,
Iced Soda and Ginger Pop always on hand.
Ladies Room on tbe Right of Entrance
Tea and Coffee at all Hours !
HOT LUNCH DAILY!
XT Yon are invited to give him a call.
Bega to inform the public that all orders for
1 xx xxx "So i xx cr VtTorlt!
left at the FOUNTAIN will be promptly attended to. d2 ly
nOR WHICH THE HIGHEST MARKET
F aValu DI be paid. Apply at THI
KAlPARt'EA PLAIMATIOX SUGAR
NC W COMING IN,
AND FOR SALE IN LOT TO HIT
AFOXG A ACUTCIC.
nonolula. Jan 1st, 1ST).
WOLEE RICE PLANTATION,
VO. t AND NO. 2 RICE FROM THE ABOVE
.V. 3rlxxo Tnlalo Ai'tlolot
Always on hand and ior sala by
AI1E A ACIirNQ.
Juli ly Corner of King and Nimnno Ft..
E. II. BO VI), Proprietor, Hotel Street.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vrgelablsi
Ac, furnished to order. ap& ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skint,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the w.il-koown
M AIM E A TAN NKKY C. NOTLEY,
By lapftlj) A. S. CLEGHORN A CO., A gent a.
A. S. CLEGHORN & CO.,
A GENTS FOR THE
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
VEXT DOOR TO LOVE'S STEAM 1IAKE
1 ry, Muuauu tetre t, F. W. 1LN N B.
Beef, Mntlon and Veal oft He. Beat Uaalllf.
Al.o, Salt Pork, Salt Beef, buerior I'rk hausages, always
on band, and Sold at tbe Lowest Market Prices.
ocS Meats delivered to all parts of the City. If
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor!,
IB I LOT. MED1UMAND NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and mads to order.
Also, Water, Sorfi and Butter Cracktra,
JENNY LINO CAKKrt. Ac.
SHIP BREAD RfcliAKED on ths shortest notlM.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked dally aod
always on hand.
tt. B.BMOW BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
JCiVO STREET, HONOLULU.
riOIVUER IT11LL, LAHAII A.
C1AMPBELL Ai TURTON, I'roprlelora.
J Crop of hugar of superior quality, now coming In and
for sale in quantities to suit by
nlO tf. n. HACKFELD A CO.
WAfKAPU PLANTATION X
II. Cornwell, Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
Plantation for aai la lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
ocft ly GEO. C. McLEAN, Ag.nt.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !
-CHOICE SUGARS. CROIMIF 1872, NOW
coming in and for sal by
C. BREWER A CO., A genu.
CKO P OF 1 81 f
C. BREWER A Co
For 8al by
ROP OF 1872 SUGAR it MO LASS El,
oo 8m For hale by V. BKEn t-H ir to., Ag.nts.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES CROP I8TS.
coming in, for sals In quantities to suit purchasers,
Jyo ly By WALKER A ALLEN, AganU.
SPEIVCKU PLANTATION I
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.CROP COMING
(n and for tale In qnantitles to suit purchasers by
Jy ly WALKER At ALLEN, Agents.
Sugnr and MoIasea Crop J873,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TI Eg to auit purchasers, by
jj ls WALKER A ALLEN, A rent.
WAIAHOLE RICE PLANTATION.
O. 1 RICE, A FINE ARTICLE. SUIT
able for family use. For sale by
j. i. do warn.
PT 0 "X1 33 33 -fl. 33 !
Living Yet, and has been Living;
Honolulu the Last Fourteen Year I
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
HONOLULU SOAP WOZiKS !
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Bayer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow !
And all bind of Soap Grenae.
Have received ei late arrivals from the United Etatet aod
Eurojie supplies of tbe
Cent Materials in oar Line for Mannfactorlug
And will con I Inn to be In receipt of fresh supplies by stesm
and failing vessels, is prepared to glvs satisfaction to all
Dealers and Containers of bis Speciality,
Who will favor him with tbelr trade.
X. B.All Ordern left nt the btore of M. Mclnmy,
Importer and Dealer In Boot, and Shoes, N. E. Corner
of sort aod Merchant Streets, will be thank
fully received aod prompt!
W. J. RAWLINS,
Practlral fsss Boiler.
ja25 ly Leleo, King St., Honolulu.
A RETREAT FOR INVALIDS.
j-m THE CLIMATE OF TFIESE ISLANDS
(!;JH'3 Is noted the world over for general salubrity, wblla
!'''') certain particular localities in the groopare more so.
pecially favorably known. Tbe dl.trk-t of Kooa. on
tne U-c aids of Hawaii, has long been fanwxl as a plaea of
resort for those alHictcd with affections of th. lungs. Not a
few cases have been known of persons who bad been given
over as sure to die, by their physicians in California, after a
few months residence in the pure, mild air of Kona, reCjVeriog
robust health and taking a new lease of lire.
The undersigned, at his commodious house at Ksawaloa,
South Kona. is prepared to furnish good accommodation to
boarders at the low rate of $6 per week; Including good sad d Is
horses when desired, and good fresh w.ter baths, on tbe pretas
lses, also within a short distance of fine sea bathing. Tb
tteamer Kilauea run regularly between Honolulu and th
port of Kaawaloa, and horses are kept ready at th beach.
Evenr accommodation and comfort lo ths srsy of diet. MILK
and HONEY In abundance. Delichtful ridei In tb neighbors
hood. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa, 8. Koaa, Nor. 18, 1872. sll
THREE STYLISH BUGGS
IOR SALE BY
C. BREWFR A CO
CA j Juki