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PLIX ASD FAN'V
BOOK AND JOB PRINTINC.
tr MLL-HKAD-. VI-lTIVJ. RU. I N P Al A I I'll Fr.
Rf pr,otl in lh h.ghe.t tyle of the art.
irrrm the London F.jir'..
A Cockney Wail.
The cr-ml Par. 3c journey I lave d-.r.,
la mor-J a town and lut I've f .ut.d a lrvrii-ni.
I think, I'v tnvrUd to th setticj mn,
Aod vry nearly r-achd lh- Day of Ju.tpmn.
I ilt LuneM, in qivst of Holy firail.
From Western Berhefca to Yanke Lno
I've bero a ker, yet I sadly tiJ
To find lb.' g'naine tp Anvricau
VhT i this oLj'Cl of my youthful ". ur.J-r
XV bo n-f me ia (he paj' of Ham Hick '
WhiopnJ every sentence wan fly f4Mnr.
Ant whittled always on a bit of stick.
The mow th crowd of friend around me thici.-i..
The my chance to him en: to t :
M ay Jtd he frrly show himself to Dirk n.
To Ditoo, P-aIa, TrMlope, not !. roe ?
o one tci wtt Be with the words, u'aa, Slrunijrr
flreeta me i Feiliie Cuts, or nhouUi Off '
No trim aix-ahocter ibreatens me with dangT.
If 1 don't quickly p the butter, boi.
Round friendly Unrda no cocktail eer
No brandy aoaab my moniinir buur beii .
Awl petticoat are worn ty all the
And the piVuKxi don't wear paotaleit-.
TLe ladim, when you offer chicken ulat,
Itor.'t y, Cm pretty crowtl'd nnw, I yur .
They don't ing Mn. Carney Williauia' lIUi
Of Bobbinj Ruunif nor aM Sir-re to
1, t o, ha9 aat, like eery other .-ilow.
In many a railway, omnibus, street car ,
No .rl has piked c with a fierce nmbrella.
And sail, 1'm git, I menu to ritrnhl th.-r
.ooe are the Yankee of my early re.vting r
Faded the Yankee land of ea;er cunta :
I meet with culture, courtesy, good breedin;.
Art, letten, men and women of the beat.
h ! fellow Britona, all my hope are undone ;
Take coiin-! of a disappointed m.m :
lai come out here, but atay at home in l.nwU.i,.
And k in book the true American '
In Chicago rol-bairel girls ar' fire llks
fh nmz f the torrncO" chewrr Snlittion.
A New Orleans parr him in.i'U" a liurribl
April fool joke on the distorted anl terribly
hUcn bodj of I. KrifM Kltarfirtt.
Wh'TJOTer a reporter find-t a policeman asleep
he corwiiJers it a piece of Iegitimtt polic' pnooze
:tni priou it acordinlj.
A Cincinnati man. who j-t going t gt iuarried
in epU;mbt eits arourvl lioiler Bhop, p as to
jt his ears trained to it.
Mtst HrE IIau. It ia suggested tliat Poc'b
bird must hay bad the delirium tremens, he
wa a ravf?n on a but.
An Indiana woman Lis recovered .j9 d:miges
from a bar-keeper, fr the aggregate of trm
lost " by her hunband in imbibing liquors.
An Illinois girl, baling ix lovers, ofli-red to
marry the onr-who nhould break up " thf most
prairie in three days. The result was that ulie
got a smart huland, and her father fiind his
new farm ready far planting free of cwt.
Jamiit IIuskII Lowell suggest that Noah
should be canonized an the patron Faint of news
paper cormiponlent,, being the only man who
ever had the very hitect authentic information
The following " ad. appeared in a recent
London paper: Wanted An American Who
can make a speech in Kngland without saying
any thing about American.i being of the fame race
that produced Shakespeare.
Next to old Ilourbon whi.ky," eays a Chic;igf)
paper, the thing that a Kentuckian is proudest
of is that he id a Kentuckian' " This 'm not
true," nays the Courier-Journal; "a Kentuck
ian'fl chief prid is that he is not a Chicagoian."
Here L a graphic description of a fishing ex
cursion : Went off ijaturday noon for a half
day of fishing. Returned late at night, having
walked thirteen miles, lost a X15 watch, f pruned
my thumb, "poiled a thirty-shilling pair of trow
mts by sitting down on my luncheon, and eaught
a one-oance roach."
A man out West who married a wido has
invented a device to cure her of " eternally "
praising her former husband. Whenever 6he be
gins to descant on his noble qualities, this inge
nious number two merely pays : ' Poor, dear
man ! How I wib he had not died ! " and the
lady immediately begins to think of something
flue to talk about.
At the seswion of the I'nitarian t'onferance,
the other week, Mrs. Julia Ward Howe asked why
reference was constantly made to the " brethren,"
never to the sister." The llev. II.bert Iiird
Collier replied that he would answer the tame as
a Methodist parson did to a similar question :
44 The reason is because the gentlemen embrace
Josh Killings knows what's good. lie Fays:
'Take a couple of young partridges and pot
them down, and serve up with a right kind ot a
chorus, and they beat the ham rand-wich you
buy on the Camden and Amboy Hail road S7 rer
' rent- I have eat these lamcntabel Nu Jersey
ham snd-wicb, and must say that I prefer a
couple of ba-s-wood chips, soaked in mustard
water, and stuck together with Spaulding's glue."
This pleading though slightly p-ersonal allusion
to Congressman Havens of the Sixth Missouri
District is published in the newspapers of that
ilaTena wa a Concren.-i.
Havens was a thief;
Havens took his back par.
And Havens came to f riot.
TJie people called to Haven.
He wouUot pay it bck ;
The People said to Havecs.
It inn't check oa lack.
It is related cf AmaulJ. the Jansenist, that ho
wished his friend Nicole to assist him in a new
work. Nicole replied : " We arc now old ; is
it not time to rt? " " Kcst ! " exclaimed Ar
nauld, " have we not nil eternity to rest in?'
Dr. Samuel Miller says : " There is no doubt
that the premature dotage of many distinguished
men has arL-ieo from their ceasing, in advanced
life, to exert their faculties, under the impression
that they were too old to engnge" in any new en
terprise of industry."
A farmer and his wife called at a Detroit pho
tograph gallery recently to order some photo
graphs of her, and while the operator was getting
ready the husband gave the wife a little advice as
to bow she must act : Fiisten your mind on
something, he eaid, or else you will laugh
and spile the job. Think about early days, how
your father got in jail, and your mother was an
old "colder, and what you'd have been if I hadn't
pitied you ! Jest fasten your mind on to that ! "
She didn't have any photographs taken. Neither
will he for some time.
A Kentucky paper has discovered another of
those fearful family complications, and tells t:.e
story thas: "John W. Daniels married the
daughter of Mrs. Sarah K. Uravard ; afterward
K. S. Daniels, the nephew of John, married a
sister to John's w:fe. It is very easy to see that
John is Bon and eon-in-Iaw of D. S. Daniels, and
that James W. is grandson and son-in-law of the
old man and brotber-in-law and nephew of John,
etc., and John now desirea to know, through the
columns of th? local newspaper, what relation
tho ehiM-pn three "f of rT'ents ht to
VOL XVIII NO. 1.
n K. FLTTNTP
UIVTlVl H IS O LI ni'SIXESS IX Til K
' .....1 hr 09-rvatior of the snn .ti.
f,rt .!Trl n arouiie.t cliaris
' rja-r! intnjmT.t conitan'.ly rr
f.and and f-,r :ile.
THOS. G. THRUM,
STFMIL. fl'TTKR l IM.AXT.iTIOX.
OMCsjarJJaeFUI-. . ,n-T,T,v
IE. 0. S. CUMMINGS,
OMiroI'ATIIIT. H3 FORT STRKET,
iion i3. n. I-
THEO. H. DAVIES,
MI'ORTF.K 4M COMMISSION MF.U
.MI R'vCUANr. t,.FST For.
Lloy.l-aud a Li"TPno1 t-"n1'''rit?r. Nortli'rn Asann
C'omrar.f. r.J Hn'.ish and Koreijn Marine I n-iur:.ncr
mh'. I'ir Tit BaiHiny. Kaahomann and tia'-n St, ly
S. B. DOLE,
. TIORVKV AT LAW. OFFIC K OVER
Ilich;,r-ivn's .-tor-, er.ni'-r of Fort ami .XWrhint S'.re-t'.
ED. EOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AM COMMISSION" M ER
Corn- r of f;rt aa 1 M'ffhint i-tre.-t.
mh9 1 V
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AMI I E. I.ERS IX KX
fllll'l-lS'i ANO COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
fS " So. W Kinic Street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
4 TTORSEV AT LAW. OFFICK IX THK
Attorn'j j-nerar room. Court House, Honolulu,
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE HEAL
er in Fa5naMe Clttiin(r, Hats, Caps. Boots sod Shoes,
and evry vahty of Hentlemen's Superior Furnishing floods.
Irre r-.rryr!y occupied by W. A. Aldrieh. Iakee'
r,,; tl'k.tiiien Street. ly
U. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS A N It WIM1LES I.E DEAL
ers in Cloiiag. Il'ion, t.o. Hats. Mm" Kuroi-tjin? and
faney tloo-H. (nl'ttim) No. 1 1 Kaihnmanu St. Honolulu.
1. 0. HALL & SON,
M PORTERS AND DEALERS IV IIAKD-
WAKK, trj Goods. I'aints. Oils, and O.fnTal Mr-rehandUe.
no Corner rort and h.ln(t Ms. ly
CfM M lSOX M ERCII A XT AND IEA LER
in lirnrni Mf rchsndiv. LAHAINA.
Orders Ip.m IV ith-r Nlan.ls promptly attended to. n2 Cm
IMPORTERS AVD DEALERS IN ALES.
1 U.1 ASD rl'lUir.S. AT WIIOI.KSALK.
Honolulu, II. I.
H. E. iIcINTYRE t BROTHER,
rtROCF.IY. FEED STORE AND IIAKERV
iM ;.rn'-rof Kir and Fort Mreets.
o.-5 lv Honolulu. II. I.
H HACKFELD & Co.
C sEVERlL C OMMISSION' AGENTS.
M oro ly IIONOLl'l.l.
THOS. G. THRUM'S,
STATIOXERY, CI'TLER V A M N EWS
Dpot, aol Circulatin)? Library, (late Blact tc Auld's
pt.jid.) (r-c" lj Merchant St.. Honolulu.
W. L. GREEN
10MMls:iOX MERCHANT. FlRK-IT.'or
Ituildmg, (i"-n Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian ll.tnds.
MIMiRTtR AM) COMMISSION MER-
. CHANT. (tc j ly) Honolulu, Oahu, 11 1.
s. s. ri eohom.
JSO. S. SMITHIES.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
KKTA 1L tULERS IN
Corner (jiiwi an Kaahomanu Sis.,
orS ly Jau.mu M., and Cornor Fort and Hotel Pts.
CHULAN & CO.,
I.MPORlF.RSOP AVD DEA LERS IV
Of all dernp:ioa, and in all kinds of Dry Ooods. Also, con
stantly r i hu.1, a superior quality of Hawaiian Kice.
e'-,i Sum a Streft, Honolulu. 1"
J. II WHITNEY, D. D. S.
DENTIST, OFFICE OVER DR. HOFF
MANNS nmu siokk.
Corner of ka!iaiinu sr.d M'-rctinnt Jiri'i. OJice hours
j- from 9 a. M till 2 P. V
JOHN ?H0S. WATERHOUSE,
I .M PORT El AND DEALER IN GENERAL
A. ?. PEIRCE & CO.,
Sows,-, ( j Mch'trils d' Co.)
CHI'' CII DDI.ERS AND GENERALCOM-
C7 MIrIo. ME;L'i .N TS. Uonolultt. Hnwaiian Islands.
S. C. At I v
WiLKER & ALLEN,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MEK
CHANTS. HONOLULU. H. 1
.... '"NTs ron
IUa..jri la,-iiet L. Sp-nrcrs Vlantation.
Prinreviile Planut.. Na.IehU Plantatiw).
0:ntn- I'lanuiicn , g reen well's Coffe...
Imp-rial Fire L,uninre Company, LonJcn.
M-rehant's Moai Marine Insurance Co., Si Fr..i.ri.-..
Nor. Western SjruaJ L;f; inar3r.C' Co
.-N-Urs. Fi;ry t.v.r. Active and Mary K!l ".i.
IMv-KTKI1.M, HEALER IV CLOTH
IN'', toots, M,.f IJj;., Cap. Jewelry, Perfumery,
IWket Cu:l.Ty, rv,.rr d..jrriplion of trtifj Superior
Furnishin; U W. . ij"iiken's I'in C.ilf Irss M,
always on har.d.
N. K. IVRSiKKAF I AXD Mf-aceaNT ?net;. jlll ly
i P. ADAMS,
I CTlOVKla.iNDCOMMIssiON IER-
L. . I t m SW- T
i 1 H. I-
JUDD & LAINE,
GROCERS AkiPROs, islOV DEALERS,
"i ' Fort S;rt,
I1K..,-'KRS '-Ll'MIJER AND P.I ILDING
i: '.-rials. Fort Street. ly
DIUlNGHAM & CO.,
IMIORTERANn UEALERS IV HARD
r a It V
Cut!-rr. Pry fj. Paf3t9 a'ntj Oils, and 0-nral
Kin street, Honolulu.
A FU i: c IB A IV C E
mCfR INV?sTlNCi A SMALLM M sj
USE OF THE ?Ist ELIGIBLE DUELLING LOTS
lfinA10' n0" off"' by thernder!ened. ne
orldad oininf' 'batOneand heaUhily aituatcd piece
iVoTt &2i0f 03rden,and fronting School
,1-. i -i T .,-m.r --T--ly1'-',-CT--," gtwwaaasssMSBssMasstBSaswawawawMwas
C. S. BAETOW,
A K TIllXRER. SALESROOM OX HCEEX
p:r'!. oc door fru KubUEnc.
F. A. SCHAEFER k CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MF.R
CII.NT. Honolulu, Ilisraiinn I.iaaJi. jail lv
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS.
nOVO LULL. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW BILLS OF i:CHANUF. ON"
Th-: Hank of California.. - ...San Fran.-Uco
Messrs. Le-s A; Wallt-r New York
TrnK.r;t National Bank ......Bifton
Oriental K.ti.k Corporation. ...London
Oriental l:ar;k Corporation, payaid-.-- in ryday. M 'l' f-art.e
and Aurklan l.
A'Cdn f. r :). MantiMtciit I.if-; Inura!.':e drrpsav 'f N'o
lt.-ceive I'eposits, Di'.'onnt Firi,.-c!j.-ji fJnii: I'apcr,
attend to Collecting, Jtr., Kc ir..v21 ly
4 TTORNEV AVD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
2 OFFICK in Khod-" Fire-prot.f BmMinc, Ka.ihumanu
ap; Mreet, Hoti'lu!u. :;ra
FISCHER & ROTH,
ERCII A NT TAILORS. FORT STREET.
t'.l opposite OJd Fellow's Hall, Honolulu, H. I. npio ly
SHIP CHANDLER. DEALER IV GEV-
ta Merchandise. Iiland Produce, &e and
Bvnos'.s Bat, Hilo, Sasdwich Islands.
Will kerp constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of poods required by ships and others.
The highest price Riven for Island Produce.
ITT Money advanced f ir Bills of Kxctanjje at reasonalile rates.
HYMAN & BROTHERS,
1.M PORTERS, WHOLES A L HASP K ETA 1 L
Dry Rooils, Clothing, lints rurnihiuir floods, Ladiea' ;ind
t.ents Boots and r'hi- Yankee Notions, frc, 4c,
Capt. fnonr's Building. - Merchant ?t. Honolulu, aplft ly
IMPORTER AVD DEALER IV ROOTS,
Shot-s. Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Corn.-r of Fort and Merchant St. apl9 ly Ilonclulu, H. I.
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DO W SET C CO.
Corner Fort and tf ieen Ms.
Deilers in Lumber. Paints. Oil, Nails, Salt, and TUiilding
api Materials, of every kind. ly
SHI I CHANDLERS AVD COMMISSION"
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise. Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
AT'ls lor the K.iun.Viakai. Mxiinalua and Knkaako Salt
I!j Works. lv
t. j. niTsr:LtES. y. h. HAVsvLni n.
DEA LERS IN DRV GOO D S . FA V C V
COUi'S AND CLOTH1NU.
Criterion Building, Fort St. (s21 ly) Honolulu, II. I.
ONFECTIO VER, NO. -1! HOTEL ST..
next door to C. K. Wiiliams, Honolulu. dlT
AFONG & ACHUCK,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealers in General Merchandise. Fire-proof Store. Nima
nu Streets. ill 4 ly
C. BREWER & CO.,
COMMISSION AND SIIIPPINfi MER
CHANTS. Honolulu, Oahu, (aul. ly) Hawaiian Islands.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
1T&TILL CONTINUE THE G E N E R A L
T MERCHANDISE and SniPi'lNU BL SIN ESS at the
above port, wherethey are prepared to furnish the justly cele
brated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms, (mil" ly) FIREWOOD ON HAND.
W. C. JONES,
A TTORNEV AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
i Will practice In all the Courts of the Kingdom. He
wilt attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai, Maui And
Hawaii, and visit either of those Island
on special business,
aul? Office on Merchant Street. ly
" E. HOFFMANN, N. D.,
fJIIVSICIAN AND SURGEON. CORNER
Merchant and Kaahumanu Sts , near the Post-office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
CIOM MISSION MERCHANT AND GEV-
ERAL SHIPPINO AGENT.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands jy2T ly
NEWEST THIS OUT
BURN WITHOUT GHIIilNEY !
1IRST IMPORTED V THE UNDER-
' is th" (.Initi I.fii i hat !w !i n.mh
TO BURN KEROSENE PERFECTLY.
a .IS arli i tier v
Too Simple to get out of Order.
Low Priced Lamps for the Cottage,
Elegant Styles for Dining and Drawing
Sole Agents for Haw'n Islands,
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
No. !." X ! Kiny SI
TO Yl'OI, GICOWKKM.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE
tJ buy Wools at good prices. Wools coming to
! TH'!? mark.-t this prins rartirularlv d'-sinl to rank"
ap;d 2ia C. EKKWFR tr Co.
kkixs. taiioiv. I
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINTK
J to pay the hlgt.eit market pi ice f. r Tiy
HiJei Oast Fkirs in 1 Goat Tallow.
Hotw. sbii. Size and Ctrriire Paiolios. Paprr
lianzio; and iniun;.
!.op o:i K!.ux:tr.u a:n.t
give a c::.
Tii I uM:,- an rcuete.l to
J. W. GIBBS,
Tainting iu a'.l Crantues. . 90 Kins Mtfff.
OpKrite WriLt & Co.'i Blacksmith Shop.
XT Smallest rJer promptly attended to.
v r i a s o T x- axx xta. iug
TRUNK WORK OF ALL KINDS,
cr.l nva! Uepairic; done with nratnes an.1 dispatch,
No. S3 Kic;St. f.S It. WHITMAN.
KEALOHA & PANEE,
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
HAVING OPENED THEIR SHOP OX THE
above street, are prepared to do all manner of work in
tneir line of busin-ss. Ch-irjes reasanable, and all work done
with noatne-a and dispatch. ja4 ly
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu.
HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND
For talc at the Lowest Market Prices, a ;ooi assort
meet of the Rest Refined Bar Iron, and the Best
Blacksmith 8 Coal. 11I6 lv
Va-o(i aud Carriage EoiMrr, 71 and .6 kinM.,
Honolulu. (jalS ly) Island orders promptly executed.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY, XAVAL AXD CIVIL
Kinjt St., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolulu. oO ly
M. T. DONNELL,
rvpoi-.TEn Asn mastfactcrkr of
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
VIV . Ul llt.UIV I' JK.I1V ! Mil .'11L II 11.---'. V. ...
1 I srriptions made to order.
rr-V ..1.1 CiMiI.tin. ran'x'.wa. nn.l M.t.p.a.a. ' t nit .1a
Before I'uying elsewhTe call at SGandSS KiugMtrrrt
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Mamifactarer, Importer and Dealer in
t? OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Vs) Furniture Ware Room on Fort street; Workshop at
' T ' the old stand, Hotel street, near Fort.
N. P. Ord.-rs from '.he other islands promptly attended to.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
' Saddle and Harness Maker.
-. - - CORN ER CSF
jF.)i t nd Hotel Streets, Ilonolaln. aiz
"i.y C;u i ia(ies Trimmed with nentness and dispatch. Island
Orders sittemled to promptly. atll" ly
Snclcllc mid ISarncss Jlakcr,
ATAG STREET, HONOLULU.
llm neos, Saddle &. Shoe Leath
er, Constantly on Hand.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. jy25 ly
THEOD, C. HEUCK
OFFERS FOR SALE
HAWAIIAN BAEK KA MOI,
""mrlllTE MOLESKIN. GREY AND WniTE ;
W Lons Cloth, Blue Flannel, Corduroy. Claliis, Fancy
Prints, White and Dark tJrouud Prints, Nainsook, Tape
Checks. Jaconet. Chambray Iawn. Printeil Marseilles, Extra
Heavy Ticking, Cotton and Union Drill, Blue Cotton and Blue
Cotton Drilling. Heavy Cotton Shirting, 90 and 100 inch ;
Black and Colored Italian Cloth, All Wool and Cotton Plaid
Shawls, Towels and Towellinp, Russia Crash, Cotton Blankets,
Horse Blankets. Merinos, Baratheas, Fine Black Coburgs,
Table Covers, Drk and Red Handkerchiefs, White Cotton
llandkerchiffs, hemmed; Corah Handkerchiefs, Blue Twill,
Superior Blue and Brown Cloths. Madapolams, Veil Barege in
silk and wool. Grenadines, Dotted White Swiss Muslins, Su
perior Silesia for Tailors' use, Tailors' Trimminsr. Paper Cambric-.
Brown H'Oland. White, Bed. Blue and Black Bunting,
sr., ,V. xc.
fupr. Bi.irk Doeskin Pants, dozens of Buckskin Suits, colored
Mohskin P:itit3. Pi a Jacket. Cotton Flannel Undershirts and
Drawers, Merino Undershirts. White Linen Duck Suits, Water
proof Coats and Ponchos, a variety of men's Felt Hals, Ladies
White Cotton Hose of various qualities. Boys' Heavy Brown
Cotton Socks, Men's Brown and Lisle Thread Socks, Kid
Gloves, white and colored, for Ladies and Gents. Doeskin RiJ
in; Gloves for Ladies and Gents. Lisle Thread Gauntlets, Ital
ian Cloth anil Silk Umbrellas, Linen and Paper Collars. Paper
Meerschaum Pipes. Pear! 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, ft n Knives, Butcher Knives, Sail Twine, India
Rubber Combs. Dressing Ceinbs. Fine Ivory Tooth Combs,
Letter and Bill Paper. Blank Books, Superior Tlaying Cards,
Silk Ribbons. Corded Siik Belting, Trtvelin? Bags. Merino
and Alpaca Bindings, Feathers and Flowers, Feather Dusters,
Optra and Spy Glasses. Violin Strings. Cotton Twine in skeins
and balls. Ladies' Corset. Tailors'Shears, Wafr Monkeys.
Honks and Fve. St!f'T Water. -.. fcc, Acc.
i Wines Tjiquoi'.s Ales &c
I'ttjen and Schroeder'a Ale, star brand, n'-i. and pis. Nor
i way Ale. C.'.ri-tiani Brewery, iu pts. and qts. Sparkling Hock,
' ). and pts. Rhine Wines cf the following: Hockheimer,
' Niersteiner, Diideshimer, Rudesheimr, Liebfraumilch. Stein
i wein. Claret Sauterne. Sau'.erne, Medoc, Chamhertin, Maras
! rhino, Superior Brandy in cisk and cases, best Holland Gin
' G:n in rai;s. t!:erry and TTt " me. Alconol. vo it cnr. i
piich as Chahlis. Y.zri. Badai, ,
: Sashegvi. Szamorodnyi, Tokayi. :
; Ancostura and Bonekamp Bitters, Swoiish Punch, r"Ady pre- j
I jnrl s-kt:til, Kitamel. German Whisker.
Pomatum. Hair Oil. Cesmeti'iue, Toilet Soap. Best Eau de
Colncrce. Florida Water, cheap Ea i Co!"m. Toilet Powder,
Pi:?!' Bos. M -:i-s-.r O'.l. Kc'.
Satty's Pickles, Preserves and Fruit Syrup
German and Havana Cigars,
MANY OTHER GOODS!
TOO NUMEROC3 TO MENTION,
' FOR SALE AT LOW AND REASONABLE
'" PRIf'Fs. ".in
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand.
rr-r corner of king and 1
MtvA-l BETHEL Streets. Would inform Planters, vTR
Agents and others that, ia addition to his 5
former lartre Stock of Tierces, Barrels and Casks, by the arriv
al of the ship Coricga from Boston, be has received
3 1 SO Hbl. Shooka and Contaiarra.
Of a superior quality, which will be sold reasonable in lots U
He hops by attention to business to merit a continuance o f
the patronage which he Las herv!of;re enjoyed and for which
he now returns his thanks. nlti
Ike I nnVrMcncd llain? Uened a S11L-L01T
, On Kaahumanu Street, in the buildine formerly
r e. ..-t.riitf.l 1..1 M I t A- Cn ill mv np.miit
V attention to the Sail-makin? Business in all its
Sail made in the Bet Manner and a! Kednred
Thankful for past Uvors, he hopes to receive a share of
public patronage. (my) W. O. WOOLS EY.
. . Jlercliant fcitrcrct,
MIaIFUTI'EF.R AM) DEALER IX FrSXITtCE
Old Fi'i-iiUnre liialrtd mid UphoJstrred.
The best Curled Hair constantly cn band and for sale. All
ap2S orders promptly attended to.
McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
Fort St., Honolulu, II. I., opposite Theod. C. HeuiV.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
nnann Street, bet. Merchant and Queen,
A HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Moves, Lead Pipe, Gal v. Iron Pipe, Plaia And Hose
il' Bibbs, Stop Cocks, India Kubber Hose best 3-pty in
.m nJ jengtuS 0f 05 and 60 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very large stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citiicns or Honolulu, and the Islands gen
erally, for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by att ict
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
HZr Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
to. ap!2 ly
CABINET MAKER'S SHOP!
begs to notify his friends and the
public generally, that he has taken
s lx o jz o xx nr oi't sti'oot.
one door below the Government Buildings, where he will be
found hereafter, prepared to carry on the
CABINET MAKER'S BUSINESS,
i. all it.i branches and on the most reasonable tains.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD,
Repairing Done Neatly and Expeditiously.
Plt-asc Klvo liliu a Call.
ap20 tf DANIEL McCORRISTON.
J. M. OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
OLD CUSTOM HOUSE. FIRE-PROOF BUILDING.
On the Wharf, F'oot of Nuuanu Street, Hono
lulu, H. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvanized Clues and Thimbles.
Flax of nil (letter iptiona made and repaired.
Thankful for past patronage, we arc prepared to execute all
erders in our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a29 Hotel St., near th Drug Store of E. Strehs Co. ly
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. ja4 ly
A. D. BOLSTER,
Hense, Ship, Sirn, Carriage & Ornamental Painting
In all its branches.
AT THE OLD STAND. ON KING
Street, will execute all orders in his line with promptness,
at low rates, and in as good style as any. jal ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
rBMIE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE NO
J pains to make this
ETjE Or TNT T XI O T H3 3L
First-Class in Every Particular !
ROOMS , RE HAD BY THE NIGHT OR WEEK !
with or without hoarJ.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
ju2S PUBLIC MEETINGS. OR SOCIETIES. ly
STOC li S A I I la i: s !
Made to Order.
DOUBLE Gl LLETT PLATE SPRING
BARS. ic. ic.
If Reqnired. sU Saddle Retnfld 1 REE of ( I1AU(E.
juT G;u T. DALTON, King St., Honolulu
VISIT llltKSOn ART GALLERY !
6 I Fort Street, for
j25 " and Curiosities !
To Stand this Season !
THE THOROUGHBRED STALLION
XVriLL BE READV TO STAND FOR
Y Mare at Waimanalo Ranch lor 4 nu uth from the li
Terms Thirty Dollars Cash. Money to be
paid on return of each Mare.
'Governor Stanford" was bred by Robert Treat, Esq., of
San Francisco, and was got by the celebrated horse " Norfolk"
he by " Lexington." 'Governor Stanford's " dam 44 Fanny
Harper," by " Grey Eagle," and he by " Woodpecker."
For further particulars refer to American and English Stud
Register. JOHN A. CUMMINS.
Waimanalo, July 1, IST3.
P. S. Mares will be attended to, aod after 20 days 60 cents
t will he rhir7id. No resnonslbilitr taken in case of ac-
rJnt f msr
iwiiOLH no. sm;.
Fire and Marine Insurance.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
By the Firemen's Fund Insurance Comp'y.
of San Francisco to write both Fire and Marine risk, are j.e-
paml to accept Insurances ou
D wr-lli )( Bnlldiag. Mrrrhandise, Fnrni
larr, Vrwel la Port, nnd laUe
f ar KiLs to and from this, and all I'oreisn Ports
at the most Favorable I't".
BISHOP A. CO
Boston Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for the Hawaiian l.landa.
rohl ly C. BKEWCU i CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS far the Hawaiian Ulsn.l.,
mnl ly C. UKEW Eli A. CO.
VOTICI:: MASTERS OF ' ESS ELS VIS-
1 ITING this port in a disabled condition and insure.! in
any ol the Bostoa and Philadelphia Offices must have tlinr
reports and accounts duly certified to by us.
mhl ly BREWER A Ct.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KATES. The clause in tii" Policies ol this Company are
specially advantageous. THEO. H. DA IES,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues lire aud Life Polities
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TER MS. ALL
Claims lor Losses settled with promptitude.
nl6 1y THEO. 11. DAVIES. Agent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
ffMIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
JL Boston Board of Underwriters, notify Masteia of .-rla
and others that all bills for Repair on Yes. 1. and all bill
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must alco be represented on
all surveys, or such bills will not le atl"wed.
o2 ly C. BREW Ell & CO., Acnt.
CALIFORNIA INSUR InCE COMPANY.
flMIE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
M above Compauy, have been authorized to insure rik on
Cargo, Freight nnd TreaMire,
from Honolulu to all port of ll.e world, and vice vria.
o'Jd ly H. HACKFELD A Co.
NORTH GERMAN FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAMBURG.
npiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed Agent of the above Company for the Sand
wich Islands, is now prepared TO INSl.KIC AGAINST FI HE
upon the most favorable terms,
On Brick, Stone, nnd Wooden Stores,
And on Merchandise stored therein. Private. Dwellings, Furni
ture, All Losses adjusted and paid for here with prompt
itude. For particulars apply at the office of
ocl9 ly THEOD. C. HEUCK, Agent.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, One Million Prussian Thalers.
TM1E UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
. appointed Agents of the above Company are now ready to
Issue Policies against Biks of Fire, on Buildings
Merchandise nnd Furniture,
on terms equal to those of other respectable cotnpmili-s.
Lor paid for and adjusted here.
For particulars apply to
oc5 tf 11. HACKFELD & CO., Ag-nN.
I M l'ERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
'Instituted 1 SO.Vi
CAPITAL, 8. 000,000 I.N GOLD:
F1MIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
M. to issue policies on Fire Kinks (with or without the aver
age clause), on Plantation Buildings and Machinery, Private
Dwellings, Brick. Stone and Wooden Stores, Merchandise, Coals,
Lumber, Ships in Port, A;c., on the most favorable terms.
S7AI1 lonaea adjusted and paid tor here CI
For particulars apply at the office of
WALKER it ALLEN,
aul7 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islauds
NORTH BRITISH AND MlRCANTILE
OF LONDON AND E DIN It V 1KI II .
CAPITA L .7177. 3.000,000
Accumulated and Invented Fitiul, ,38,1 18
rwMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A P-
JL POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, aud arc
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable term.
Risks 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. ap5 ly) ED. H )FFaCHLAKOER & CO.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A GENT Bremen Board of Underwriters,
Ajtent Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Agent Vienna Board of I'mlrrwrllrrn.
Claims aguintt Insurance Companies within the jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will have to he certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. jal ly
1 1 A M IJ U It C. 1 1 -1 1 It E M E N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
TM1E UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stote and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the oflice of
siaiy F. A. SCHAEFER CO.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
-..V- . '9 -
' ssi' -
w-, $7-ijaa : v-yrxrrz-fci-. .
U 11 K Y A: C O . ,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Lelcjrt, Kin; Street, Honolulu.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Orders Left id Ira Rieliardson's Boot ninl
Shoe Store will meet with prompt
ICE CREAM and LUNCH R001KI,
OPI'O-ITK C. K. VILLI A MS' FIT.NI f UKK WAREKOOMS,
J3y XI. RYCROFT.
' Iced Soda and Ginger Pop always on hand.
I.nrlirs Room ou the Kilil ot Entrnnre.
Tea and Coffee at all Hours !
HOT LUNCH DAILY I
X. Vo-i ar- invited to irc ktu a raii.
j R. RYCROFT,
jf h'.i to inform the public that all orders for
I X xx m Isiug "W - x- Xk. S
left at the FOUNTAIN will be promptly attended to. dC3 ly
PUBLIC NOTICE IS 1IEREBV GIVEN
that there ia no thoroughfare across the lands known as
Palepo, and Nine, Nuuanu valley. Any person trespassing
thereon, win oe prosecuieu arninin!; .n inw.
W. It. BARNES.
Honolulu. May 2. laTT
C-Mun-i' IJ ' 1 00 it "J : O i" 4.'. OO Ol'
M l 'if i. ' .nor.:' 1 W (K i 00 ?. O-' llXl tH il Ol
; Alifi.T i'i'':i ill tif l.'j'ti-ill 1 I I'd t ".t A
t T l',' r . r.j l rrIti-.n-; drtenknrit it 1'iiti.l
P-u-,-.- Mm; M Ul l oiouiit A'tbrr trull l M
'.l Id" l r.i w iM t i:;-' ll ! ("I 'vlf ttite. Icr Ihe
IJ- !;u .; Cir-l-, tu tyj', are a ll.sr-4
a diMMUDl lr-,' thie rf. which atr fcr l'fi.ttit a-ti-erliM.
me-jt sl.vo aid oi , har;'J 'jumterty
KU PAKIIM PLAaMATIOX SKI.lIt
NCW COMING IN.
Xl FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
ll.uiolulu, June 1T3.
AFONU ft ACnrCK.
WOLEE RICE PLANTATION,
K A I LU A , K OO L A U PO K O.
V. 1 AM) NO. RICE FROM THE ABOVE
V. 11x10 Tnlalo ArtloIoS
Alwsys on hand an l sale by
AHi-KK k ACIICNU.
julll.v Corner of King and Nuuanu Ktt
E. 11. BO VI), Proprietor. Hotel Street.
Choicest Meats f."om fiavsl Ler.ls. Poultry, Fish, Vcgetablr
Ac, furnished to order. apA ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skim.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAI.MEA TANNERY C, NOT LEY.
Bv iapSly) A. r. CLEtlHORN ft CO.. Aaeiit..
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
4 GENTS FOR THE
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
VEXT DOOR TO LOVE'S STEAM BAKE-
1 ry, Nuuanu Mreet, F. W. DUNNIC.
Beef, Mutton nnd Veal of the Best Unallty.
AUo. Iult Pork, Palt Beef, paprrior Pork Sausage., alway
on baud, and Sold at the Loweu Moiki-t Prices.
or5 Meata delivered t- all parts of the City. ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor!.
1ILOT. MEDIUmTnD NAVY BREAD,
always on hand and made lo order.
Aho, Water, Snta and UutUr Cracker,
JENNY 1-1 N D CAKE. Ac.
SHIP BREAD RE1IAKED on the ahortrat mHlre.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the llet.1 Flour, bak dally and
always on hand.
y. H.-HKOWy BREAD OF THE 11 EST QUALITY
HI.VU STREET, HONOLULU.
pio,i:i;i: miA., i,aiiaia.
C CAMPBELL K. TURTON, Proprietors.
J Crop of t-uyar of anieriur quality, now ooming la aud
for sale in (luaiititics lo suit by
nlo-tr. II. HACKFELD It CO.
WAIKAPII I'LAiXTATKIX !
II. Corn-well, Proprietor
SUGAR. AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
Plantation for sale in lots lo nuit purcbawra. Apply
oca ly GEO. C. McLKAN, Aaent.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !
LAHAINA. M AIT.
CHOICE SUGARS. CROP OP 187, NOW
coming in and for rale by
oo ly C. UK EWER A CO., Agent..
WAILUKU, MAIL V. If t P OF 1 H 7 2
For ifale by V. UKEWKK at Co.,
oCi 3m Agents.
I'Ll'PAEA KIJA, MAUI.
ROI OF 187 SUGAR it MOLASSES.
ojiu For bale by C. ItKKWfcft 4r Co., Agetila.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES CROP 17:.
corning in, lor sale in quantities to suit purchasers,
jyo jy By WALKER h ALLEN, AgeriU.
srUiCI:K PliAATATIQA !
CJUGAR AND MOLASSES.CROP COMING
k3 In and lor sale In quantities to suit purchasers by
jytj ly WALKER ALLEN, Agent.
PRINCE VILLE PLANTATION.
Sugar and Mohscn Crop 1873,
C10MING IN, FOR SALE IN O.UANTI.
) TIM to suit purchaser, by
j6 ly WAI.KEK k ALLEN, Agent.
WAIAHOLE RICE PLANTATION.
NO. I RICE. A FINE ARTICLE. SUIT".
able for family ii!". ror mle by
mhr-'om J. I. DO WH KTT.
Living Yet, and has been Living
Honolulu tlic Last Fourteen Year t
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
IIOVOLI LI! SOW AVOKKS !
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS !
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow !
And nil kinds ol Soap Grease
Hav received ex late arrivals from the United Plate and
Earojie supplies of the
Cr.t Material in oar LI or for Mannraf tarins
And will continue to be in receipt cf fresh supplies by .team
and failing vessels, is prepared to rive satisfaction to all
Dealers and Consumers ol hi Speciality,
Who will favor hirn with their trade.
X. li.AU Orders Ut at the Store of M. Mclnm,;.
Importer and Dealer lo Boots aod Shoes, N. K. Corner
'.f Fort and Merchant Streets, will be thank
fully received and promptly
V. J. RAWLINS.
Prnelienl Soap Boiler,
jai ly Lelo, K;dh fet., Honolulu.
RIDGE JHOUSre !
A RETREAT FOR INVALIDS.
m THE CLIMATE OF THESE ISLANDS
is noted the world over for general salubrity, while
certain particular localities in the croup are more es
pecially favorably known. The district of Kona.on
the lee aide cl Hawaii, has Ion? been famed as a place of
resort for those afflicted with affections of the lungs. Not a
few case have been kuowu of persons who bad been given
over as sure to die, by their physicians la California, after
few months residence in the pure, diU air of Koua, recoveiiDp
robust health aud taking a new lease of life.
The undersigned, at his commodious houso at Kaawaloa.
Couth Kona. is prepared to furnish good accommodations lu
boarders at the low rate of $5 per week; Including good saddle
horses when desired, and good freth water baths, on the prem
ises, also within a short distance of fine sea bathing. The
tteamer Kilauca runs regularly between Honolulu and the
port of Kaawaloa, and hones are kept ready at the beach.
Every accommodation and comfort in the way of diet. MILK
and HONEY iu abundance. Delijhlful riles ia the neighbor,
hood. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa. S. Kon. Nov. 16, 1b7-J. u
THREE STYLISH BUGGIES
FOR SALE BY
:n h c.