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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. FEBRUARY M, 1S74.
WHOLL NO. ito.
PLAIN AND FANCV
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
IT BILL-UKADsa, VlifTIN'O. I!C?IN?9 ASD ADREM
CARD pr.ntel la the h.jftest style of th rt.
Late Clippings from American Files.
I Lit- Kentucky IJurLorn are los-itij ground. It
,- .--.t'."! that ?h now I.-giilatur ajrinka
uLi-ky r. r mn than any that Las ever been seen
i i 1 rarikfurt.
l...v-rnr I.rIif, of Kentucky, in LL me.-sagu to
t!i- 1 .-l it'ir' on Tut-sflay. strongly nrs:-9 that
l,.i.lj t t!,. c ilored people ia tbeir effort for
ni r;il. i i- Tit 1. ami political improvement, and ex-.rej-M-s
tit- l.opi that the interest of the people
will irnl tiVm n- longer to ignore this claim.
The t.-.,.y inert.-;,.-..; ia tlm number of patvnU
i--ii.i :it Wa-hington. year after year, shows the
i iv.ntive spirit which i-a inherent in the breast of
rvery jr-riuin Yankee. From 163' to the present
tir.i-. no 4 th in H.OOM p itents have been granted
l.y th.- I'tiir il tat .
It it -t r,u from H'a-hingtoa that tb re were two
-ubji-ct- t'i.- I're.i'Ient an i ion to peak ot in
lii-i in--. i. the importance J which be thought
v.- . worthy of prci.ll IIe:geH-. vi.. the labor
rn . v i j -r i an. I the (Jrini- j'i-stiori. lioth. he
Live r.ro 1 Ul-i attention for sometime,
m ! when h:i the opportunity be will present Li.4
An intrri".ti:i ntul perh.tpt bitter controversy
i I ir.,-;i. i.t le-tweeti the ofllcers O the 1'iIU tl
II ir,f ;iti. the L ich Em in regard to the cowarl
i ami incompetency which id alleged by the
I i"er :i I ri -1 the former. (Japtairi iSurmont ba
p itiii.h' il in I iru a card of indignant denial in
reply t the taU-ments of the English captain.
I he oiTi .i il investigation which U to be instituted
will probably clear up the question.
:ie member of the notorious jury who Convicted
.-fokea. the murderer of Fisk. of only " inan--1
mSiter in the third degree," had himself been
P'i:iihed by the law for gros misconduct on the
hi. I. Th juror in question, Robert 1'orter, get-
i .v.. month' imprimnment anl a fine of 5100. Tbe
ii in t Stokes juryman" U likely noon to be a
I.,. won! arid expre.JHion of contempt.
r-ive .'hiDe!i School Commissioners Lave been
for some time in this country with a view to inspect
our educational ystern and to adopt nucb portions
of it a-i m ly seern de-irable In the school system of
China. They have a!o a general supervision of
the t ducAtion of Chinese yotith now In the United
.-'tate. The Commi-'.-ioners have already visited
Vale. Harvard and Amherst colleges, and will
continue their tour through the colleges and schools
until all where young Chinamen are students have
A singular practice has grown up in Xfasnaihu-i.-tt-i
ia connection with convictions for an infringe
ment (f the prohibitory liquor laws of that com
monwealth. It is said that not a few of the parties
-entenced to imprisonment for thirty day, or even
:i longer period, have done penance by proxy,
through substitutes who submitted to durance vile
I or a con-ideratiori. some of the officers of the law
eoiiuiviug at this system.
As an illustration of Spain's insincerity, in rela
liou t the abolition of slavery, the Tveo Iltpiblics,
F.nglNh paper published in Mexico, men. ions
i-ertaiti particulars about the Captain-General of
Cuba. It says that fleneral Jovellar is, through
his wife, the owner of three hundred slaves on a
-nirar estate in the jurisdiction of Gnantanamo.
The annual report of the Commissioner of In
ternal Revenue discloses the interesting facts that
th receipts from the distillation and sale of spirit
uous liojor amount to mint than one blf of the
whole sum realized from internal revenue. An
inMitional very large amounts derived from the
excises on tobacco. Thus fh p-iivernineot flour
ishes on the people" vices the indulgence in
liquors and tobacco or at least their indulgcuve
in superfluities. The world over this is the case.
The bequest of the ox-Duke of Eronswick to the
city of Geneva, which was first estimated at $15,
noo.OOO. turns out to consist of $3,750,000 of real
tangible property, besides possessions ia Germany
and America, estimated at 1.000,000 more. From
this total of $4,750,000 is to be deducted $200,000
lett to Mr. Smith, the testator's man of business
and executor. A person who declared that eho
was legally married to the late Duke, a good many
years ago. puts in ber widow's claim for dowry
- iy one-third of the prcperty.
One Col. II. . IIerndo:i. who was formerly a
law partner of Abraham Lincoln, bas risen to
unenviable notoriety by a recent lecture at Spring
field. Illinois, devoted lo establishing two proposi
tions: Ilrst that Mr. Lincoln was of illegitimate
birth, an 1 second that he was an inQdel, so far as
religion was concerned.
The prospective completion of the new railway
between i'.ostou ami the West through the lloosac
tunnel, is t!.- cause of ruucb self congratulation on
the part f the newspapers of that city. When the
line is ..pen.-. I they expect to divert a large pro-
At Koro the cotton crop is enormous, and the
quality is remarkably good. Not a trace of disease
has appeared, tu I the weather is all that the most
exacting of planters coulJ require. Cotton seems
generally to be remarkably abundant anl fine.
The su2r ferer Las extended to the windward
i-I in Is. At L keba one planter has been preparing
bis land for cane, and a'reaJy bas a Urge quantity
under cultivation, and expects this season to have SO
or 10 acres planted.
II..v Siik CtKjiitD a Dinnex. A jouDg lady
of this city, says the New York Dispatch , read
in the paper that joun ladies of Georgia arc
..)injs.tin at the State fair for . the prize aa the
best evok. She thought it a moct noble and
womanly pift t be able to put upon the table a
we.l-ORjked and relishable meal. On Friday,
l.er mother wont out in the afternoon, and the
loving daughter toIJ her he need not hurry back
a.- she would make upper. About seven o'clock
the family pat down to the supper-table. The
laughter told her father that she had cooked all
toatTnuMl herself. The father gazed on her with
admiration, an 1 wiiJ that ehc would be a treas
u.i t the man who fot her f r a wife. He then
said grace, and raised the cover of the sUr.k dish,
lb elevated the carving knife and asked for the
plates t be passed to him. He stuck the knife
and sawe l away at it for a while, he looked at
the edge of the carving knife and r-awcJ away
aain.The knife made little impression. lie
t.ik up the steak nnd held it near the lamp. It
wasn't a ttea'i that had been fried. It was a
pieee of India-rubber that the lady of the house
kept in the refrigerator to place her iocreatu
p.t.s on. The admiring parent laid down tlc
steak, sai 1 nothing, but his countenance looked
as though lie would have listened with pleasure
to a sermon of the most sulphurous sort. He
then asked for the eggs. The tureen was handed
to him. II- Uwk oiT the lid. lie gazed upon
the eg?, and then faid : "I'll be damned if
I'm wicked." And he turned to his daughter
and a-ked her bow ehe cooked the eggs. She
told him she had kept them in water till it was
boiling, and then poured off the water and mashed
the c"s. He laid down the dish. He called for
tea and bread anl butter. He frread the butter
hi the bread, and then took a bite. He splat
tered it over the table and grasped the cup of tea
and tojk a swallow. He did more spluttering,
and a little coughing, and tears rolled down bis
hecks, and when he recovered he sang a hymn
of thanksgiving in a way that would have been
proline in a less religious man. Then he thus
ad.lrcs.sed his daughter: "Marion, your inten
tions, no djubt, were good; you were fired by a
noble emulation. Hut don't cook for this family
a"uin. If you d, it may cause your aged father
to be impious. Iam not an epicure, but I can't
accept India-rubber lor bcef-fiteak, eggs and shells
fir fried eggs, flour and 6alt for bread, and pepper
essenee fjrblack tea. You may try your hand
at cooking, but it inusn't be on what's going on
my table, I'll be." "John," paid bis wife,
don't be profane." I don't intend to be pro
lane, just now, but if this thing occurs again,
I'll fjrget my piety for five minutes." Marion
now think- Georgia State fairs are frauds, and she
baa esprereed a determination to avoid cooking
stoves and refrigerators as 6nares of the evil one.
THE0D. C. HEUCK,
. M COMMISSION MKR-
i , , ,i ly; II .r.-.lu!u, O t.a. H I
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMI'ORTKRS A I U HOhKSII.H lK.l.
"er. i.i Cio-.t..r.Z. l'.4i. St.', II.'. M-n. ur:!...r.K n,l
Focy ali ro, S'- 11 K(.umr, f!. Il'.Iu.a.
E. 0. HALL & SON,
I.MI'ORTKRS M DKAI.KKS IX IIARO
W4H.K. l't;ii ,!. I'-unM. iU.B'l '.n-ral M-ri-hau'li-e.
nl", ' Comrr ' an 1 Kir.j sts. . ly
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND OKA I. ER
V ia i-nrl 1 'rct.n ln-. LA1IAINA.
Onl-M tr-irn thr Mt.-r ! an ts it :n tly a-.'.-ri i- I to r.l r,:n
A. S. CLEGH0RN 1 Co.,
RETAIL. liKALEKd IN
MI'ORTERS AM) WHOLESALE A M
Corner an.l Kaahumanu ,
ocl If Nnuna St.. an 1 Corner K'-rt arid Ilut'-I M-
BROWN L CO., ;
IMPORTERS AND DEI.ERS IN A I.ES. I
WINEd ANUsl'IRirs. AT WHOLKSAI.E.
Merchant rtr-rt, ly H-.v-lula. H. I. I
TH0S. G. THRUM,
STATIONER. NEWS DEALER IND
bOjK. BINDER, Mcrthint Sire, t, H -n-.!ulu, 11. I.
W. L. GREEN,
COMMISSION MERCHANT. HRE-l'ROoF
Building-, Quetn !lret.
rei iy Wn ilulu, Hawaiian Inland.
H. E. McINTYRE k BROTHER,
r ROCERV, FEED STORE AND BAKERV.
i .rr.r r i f Kini? anil lort I'lreeK.
M I jy Honolulu. II. I.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
KVKRAI, COMMISSION AGENTS.
T. t. BlT-i.IJ)a!.
r. H. H1TSKI.DKX
DE 1 LERS IN DRV G O O D S , KA N V V
GOOld AND CI.OTIIISU.
Criterion BuiUins, Fort i-t. (1 ly) 2I"ii"lulu, II. I
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES HIS OLD BISl.NESS IN THE
Fire-proof building, K.ahumanu Mreet,
Chronometers rated by observation of the aun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particolarattention given to
Bne watch repairing, tfeatant and quadrant
glassea silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
jji band and for sale. ly
1 ENGRAVER ON GOLD. SILVER. BRASS.
!i 1VORV, &c, c.
STENCIL CUTTER IN
Business ami Ni.me I'late.
DR. 0. S. CUMMINGS,
W WO.MCEOI'ATIIIST, C3 FORT STREET.
ft A Honolulu, II. I.
THE0. H. DAVIES,
(Late Janion, Green ft Co.)
TMPORTER AND COMMISSION
JL CHANT. cknt roa
.1 British and Foreign Marine insurance
Com nan v.
Fire Proof Buildings, Kaahumanu and Queen Sts.
S. B. DOLE,
a TTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE OVER
J. Richardson's Store, corner of tort and Merchint streets
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
J M PORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. nih9 ly
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GEN
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
fj No. 60 Kins; Street, Honolulu, II. I. ly
" LAWRENCE McCULLY, "
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE IN THE
j, Attorney General's rooms. Court House, Honolulu.
IM PORT ERS OF AND D E A L E RS IX
Of all description, an 1 in all kind of Dry Go-xls. Also, con
stantly on hand, a superiur quality of Hawaiian Rice.
s2S Nuair.u Street, Honolulu. ly
ATTIIRNEV AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
Will practice in all the Courts of the Kingdom. He
will attend the Circuit Courts on Kauai, Maui and
Hawaii, and visit either of th"e Islands
ou sjiecial business.
muii O.Tice on Fort Street. ly
" B0LLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
In'povters and Dealers in Gen- ral Mercbin.llsv. Queen Street,
Honolulu, I'a'.aiian Islands.
Airents lor the Kaanakak;! Maunalua an 1 Kakaako Salt
ft Works. ly
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
CIOMMISSION MERCHANT AND GEN-
KKAL SHIPPING AGENT,
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands yi ly
PEUKLVS A: HOUSE S
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
C? S. 2NT S3
IIIIS ISTHE ONLY
LAMP AND FILLING EVER MA1K.
1. It is prrfrrlly anir from eiplosiou,
to its scientific structure.
"2. Il will not brrnli. I'-iu; mi.le c.f icrUl.
3. It is rendered perfectly rlrnu by its patent drip
I. I: uses onr-lhirtl l oil in proportion to the
hcht given, without odor.
5. It tivi-s a much mill " brillinnl lilil. an l more J
steady tha:i a: i r.e-uf-.o t!.- t ; - j
A IX). THE
BEST WINDOW SHADE IN THE WORLD ! j
'HIS SII IDE H AS TAKEN THK
PRIZE at the last tjr if the M ... a:i.v-s" Institute in
Ir. l:r.al Fa:r at Sacra-
memo, for IsTl.
Mannfartnred from all kind- i.f uoiI
I lie pnrjuoe. j
Its fixtures w..rk l p rfe,-t: n. anl i.-vr pe; out of i r ier.
W e paiot in every er.!..r .1 sire I; it is :, a perfect iiuitat;. n
of insi le 1)'.;:.J5. !
W. G. NI'.EMI.VM .V CO..
S A .--i ts f r II iv.v.itn Islands.
Or.l-rs my l.e 1. 1: .::i .S )' I.EGH'iRN Ac CO .
i-iVini II ti. lul.:.
ED, W II IT E, M I'SCAT. FRO NTIG XA X,
lr Sale bv
A. W. PEIEOE & CO.,
, , ..ersSow fo ' '. L. U'rhurls d: Co.)
SII 1 1 (II (M)hKRS AN1 GENERAI COM
MISSION MERCHANT:?. Uor.r.lula, ILanan I!mnd.
E. P. ADAMS,
VI CTIONEER A NO COM MISSION MER
CHANT. yji-ra strt-1, lionuljla, H. I. J3 ly
CONFECTIONER. NO. 4 IIOTEI. ST.,
r.i-xt J'K-r to C. K. WiiUaan, Honolulu. J-'J
AF0NG & ACHUCK,
I M I O R T E R S , V II O I-E S A I, E A S D R ET A I L.
JL U..-alT in Ocni riil JI'TcrianJiie. tire-prooi r-.ortr, .-uua-
a. W. JVTiD.
K W. lilXK.
JUDD & LAINE,
r'ltOCKKS AM) PROVISION DEALERS.
Ji Family Urcery and Ferd Store,
52 F'Tt S'rfrt, Honolulu. dO ly
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMI'ORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
rr in Fasluon.id- Ciiittiincr, Hats, Caps, Boots nd Shoes,
and every variety of lientleuien's Superior Furnishing Goods.
Sf. re formerly oc.-upiel liy . A.Al.lrich, Makee'a
i.UJ lii.lc, Queen Street. ly
JOHN THOSi" WATERH0USE,
I MPO RT E R AND D E A L E R IN G E N E R A L
n'i'J Queen Street, Honolulu. lv
J. s. Walkkr S. C. Allkm.
WALKER & ALLEN,
rHIPI'l.NG AND COMMISSION MER-
3 CHANTS. HONOLl'LC. II. I.
Hawaiian racket Line, Spencer's Plantation.
I'rinceville Plantation. N'aalehu Plantation.
Imperial Fire Insurance Company, London.
Merchant's Mutual Marine Insurance Co., San Francisco.
N'or. Western Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Schrs. Fairy Queen, Active, Mary Ellen and Pauahi.
IMPORTER AXI) DEALER I.N CLOTII
INU, Boots, Shoes, Hat, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
I'nckel Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. IT Benkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. K. Corskb or Fort asd Mehcbast Strrsts. jail ly
LEWERS & DICKSON,
E A LERS IN LUMBER AND BMLDING
Materials. Fort Street.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX HARD.
Cutlery, Pry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General
u20 No. 95 King Street, Honolulu. ly
C. BREWER & CO.,
COMMISSION AXI) SHIPPING MER
CHANTS. Honolulu, Oal.u. (au'23 ly) Hawaiian Islands.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
IV'LL CO.VTINCE Til F G K N E R A L
T MERCHANDISE and SHIPPINU BUSINESS at the
above port, where they 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, (auitt ly) FIREWOOD ON HAND.
IJHVSICIAX AXD SURGEON, CORNER
Merchant and Kaahumanu Sts , near the Post-office.
C. S. -BARTOW,
CCTIOXEER, SALESROOM ON QCEEX
Street, one door from Kaahumanu.
P. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD COMMISSION MER-
RTERS AXD C
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
OXOLULC HAWAIIAN' ISLANDS.
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON
Tbe Bank of California... ...San Francisco
Messrs. Lees & Waller........ New York
Tremont National Batik Boston
Oriental Bank Corporation...... London
Oriental Bank Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne
Atrents for the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of Ne.7
Receive Deposits, Discount First-class Business Paper,
attend to Collecting, Ac, &c. my24 ly
R. H. STANLEY. '.
VTTORXEY AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
OFFICE in Rhodes' Fire-proof Building, Kaahumanu
FISCHER & ROTH,
If ERCHANT TAILORS. 38 FORT ST.,
i" apitS Honolulu, II. I. ly
CilllP CHANDLER, DEALER IN GEN-
eral Merchandise, Island Produce, &c. and
Btkos's Hay, Hilo, Sandwich Islands.
Will keep constantly on hand ii extensive assortment of every
description of (roods required by ships and others.
The Inchest price civen for Island Produce.
XZT Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates.
HYMAN BROTHERS, "
IM PORTERS. WHO LES A L E AND R ETA I L
Dry G ojs, CL.thiiii.-, H its H'urnisliin? Goods, Ladies' and
Gents B.Kjts and Si. s Yankee Notions, 4rC, &c,
Capt. Snow's Iluildint;. ' U Merchant St. Honolulu. ap!9 ly
IMPORTER AXD DEALER IX BOOTS.
Shoe. Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Corner of Fort and Merchant St lpl91.v Honolulu, H. I.
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOWSETf i. CO.
Corner Fort and Qaeen Sts.
Dealers in I.umbor. raints. Oil, Nails, Salt, and Building
api Materials, of every kind. ly
EX BARK CLARA LOUISE !
FROM PORTLAND, ORECON.
Cohimtia Kiver Salmon, bbls. anJ hf. this.
Salmon Jellies, half larrels and kits.
Johnson n: SpauUling's Suar Cured Hams,
Dellimrer's lMut IJread,
Preserved Salmon in 1 lb. and 1? lb. tins.
FOR .K IM
ell il. H ACKFELD X CO.
bo woi. ii:VB.its.
THE I'NDERslGNED I'ONTINl'E
ti tuy W .. s at c - I pr.cf. W.-ols ciminp to
market this Spr.tV part.cularly .leire.t to make
?m C BREWER 4 CO.
KEALOHA & PAN EE,
House, Ship and Sigr Painting!
HAVING OPENED THEIR SIIOI ON THE
above stret, are prepared to do al manner of work ia
their line of buainest. Chnf; reaacnahe, and all wf rk done
with neatneu aa 1 dispatch. ja3 ly
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT Bremen Beard f Cndf rwrilf r,
Aural Dresden Board of I'idtrwrileri.
Agfnl Viruua Bonrd of L'ider wr Her.
Claims against Insurance Companies wlLin the jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriter, will have to he certified
to by tbe Agent to make them valid. ja3 ly
J. M. OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
OLD Ct'?TOM nOUSE. FIRE-PR0F BUILDINU.
On t.'.e Vharf, Foot of Nmanu
lulu. II. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvanir- J Clues and 'tumbles.
King oC nil Ieor ipllou inndr- aad rrpnlrrd.
Thankful for past patronape. we are pr pared to execute all
orders in our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
CABIN1ET MAKER'S SHOP !
."FY-l . .
frpjoivf, oeps to n' tny ins irenus ana
J public generally, mat he has taken
I Sliop o n 3T" ort Stroot,
i one door below the Government Building, where he will be
j found hereafter, prepared to carry on the
! CABINET MAKER'S IH'SINESS.
J in nU its branches ainl on the most reasonable terms.
SECOND HAND FURNITURE BOUGHT AND SOLD,
j Repairing Done Neatly and Expeditiously.
! l'lonso give lilivi n Cull.
; ap20 tf DANIEL McCORRISTO.N.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a'Jtf Hotel St , near th6 Drug Store of E. Strchz 4-Co. ly
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
corner rr-w;v .
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu. EftMis
Try Carriage:) Trimmed with neatnesi and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to promptly. au'23 ly
To pet your
Cftrriftgo T x 1 m m iug
TRUNK WORK OF ALL KINDS,
and Oeneral Repairing done with neatness and dinpatch,
No. SIJ King St. ft 8 R. WHITMAN.
Saddle nnd Harness .llakcr,
Kin U STREET, HONOLULU.
- II .en ,il.lU Im Clina I Aflth.Or
JJ 11(11 1 - - ' y LlHUMI M JtlV (L.mu
er, Constantly on Hand.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. jy 25 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM EXG1XES, SUGAR
Mills, Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Particular Attention paid to 7if's Blacksmilhina.
Tr Job Work executed on the shortest totice. jy26 ly
o. i Merchant Street,
MAYlFilTlRKIl i.D DEALER IX riRXITlUE
Old Furniture Repaired and Upholstered.
The best Curled Hair constantly on hand and for sale. All
ap'JtJ orders promptly attended to.
McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
Fort St., Honolulu, n. I., opposite Theod. C. Heuok's.
(SUCCESSOR TO JOBS SKILL.)
nvr k. g xx x 3xr x s t
NO. 40 FORT STREET,
will attend to all orders In the
LOCK. tlX &. G EX ERAL REPAIR L1XE
He win pive special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Liht Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, UlncUniif hiittf, Ac
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Gnns, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Arc.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice.
XT Best Machine Twist. XI
C0L8 AGENT IS THIS KINGDOM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
THREE STYLISH BUGGIES
PER CEYLON I
DOR SALE BV
C. BREWER & CO.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
'.HE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE NO
pains to make this
ELiEG-A IXT T XX OTEIj
First-Class in Every Particular !
ROOMS (AX BE HAD BY THE XTGHT OR WEEK !
with or without beard.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
;u.S PUBLIC MEETINGS. OR SOCIETIES. ly
THE KHOi: HOUSE
KKALAKKKUA HA Y HAWAII.
the leeward side of Hawaii, has lor.g ben famed as a place of
reort for invalids wua brcnchilal, or meg a:seas-s. nh its I
pare and mild atmosphere, with its absolute freedom from :
storms ir hiph wind, with its porous soil which, with all its i
rich vetetation. retains no dampness and yields no malaria, and :
with an unvarvir.g temperature that of the Am-rican or j
Southern Kuropean June ALL THE YEAR ROUND, the '
climate cf Kor.a i one of the heiithiest and mo-t luxurious r.n :
The undersigned, at his house at Kaawaloa. a house une- i
qualed in the district f'r s re, cleanliness, commodrousness, j
and thoroughness of furnishing, is prepared to give boarders j
excellent rocms and all obtainable comforts ia the way of diet, at j
the low rate of $ 5.00 per week. There are fresh water bath !
on the premises, and fine sea bathing within a short distance, j
The steamer Kilauea and the schooners Uilama and Prince, run I
regularly between Honolulu and the Knawaloa landing. j
The undersigned employ no agents nor runners. His house ;
peaks for itself upon inspection. A.A.T0D1. 1
Katwaloa, Kelakekua Bay, Kona. Nov. 15. lsT3. no29
CAHRIU.i: AM) WAG0 BIILDF.U!
No. SO King Si..
Next do r to Wr-!.1 ,t Co. 'a I'.lckiri:h Shop. All order
I r rnpiiy aiten.lrd t.i. ly
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Fort St., Esplanade.
HAS CONSTANTLY 0 HAND AND
talc at the Lowe Market Prices, a fcood astort-
ment of the Best Refined Br Iron, and the Best
acksmith s Coal. clS ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Gauger, at the Old Stand,
C O RN E R OF KING AND
BETHEL Streets. Would inf rm Planters fTT
Agents a-.d others that, in addition to his ' ' '
furmer iar;e Stock of Tierces Barrels and Casks, by the arriv
al cf the aaip Corii.ga from Boston, te Las received
31SO lib!. ShooUt nnd Couluiurra.
Of a superior quality, which i!l l sold reasonable in lots to
He hopes by att.'nti.-'n to business to merit a continunnce o f
the patronage which he has heretofore enjoyed and lor which
he now returns his thanks. nl5
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY. X-ll'.li AXD CIVIL
T A I Ii O il ,
Kins t-, next dvr to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolulu. o4 ly
rjS: -AND- i $
GENERAL BLACKSMITHING !
rMIE CNDERSIGNED HAS TAKEN THE
m. Hhi.p at the foot of King Street, near the bridge of Hoo
liliamanu. where he will lie prepared to execute all orders In
the above line with dispatch and to the satisfaction of custom
ers. He learned how to make a shoe and fit it to a horse from
thelateE.lt. HARPER, well known as thorough Farrier.
I'leae give him a call. HENRY C. SHELDON.
Honolulu, Oct. IT, 1S73. ol 3m
M. T. DONNELL,
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
Xy Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at SiSandSS Kintialreet
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
3?" XT XI IXT X T TJ IX 33 !
(IF EVERV DESCRIPTION.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop at
the old stand, Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from the other inlands promptly attended to.
PHOTOGRAPHS, PORTRAITS, VIEWS
AND COPYING DONE IN" THE BEST STYLE,
At the Cosmopolitan Photograph Gallery !
C4 and 66 Fort St. (jail ly) II. L. CHASK
CHAS. T. GUL.1CK,
AGEXT TO TARE Al'KXOWLEDGEMEXTS FOR
Tj V. 33 O PL .
au23 ly Interior Office, Honolulu.
Ufliron and Carriage Dallder, 74 and 76 Ring St.,
Honolulu. (jalS ly) Island orders promptly executed.
A. D. BOLSTER,
Ilonse, Ship, Sisn, Carriage &. Ornamental Palutlnp
In all its branches.
OI.II STAND. ON
Street, will execute all orders in his line with promptness,
at low rates, and in as good style as any.
O. BF.GF.LKFN. K. KISTLRR.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
Xanana Street, bet. Merchant and Queen,
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
Stoves, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
Bibbs, etop Cocks, India HuDDer Jlose oest a-ply in
lengths of 25 and 50 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very larfre stock or Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Funicular attention givea to Ship Work.
Thankful to the citizens of Honolulu, and the Islands jren
erily. for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by strict
attention to business to merit the same for the future.
Xj Orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
to. ap!2 ly
Choicesf M( ji(s from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c,
FuriiNhril lo Order.
F1XTRA. Tneniari nurf Tharailnfn-Veal,
j Frilny Flh.
Suu day Lambi
;L"n!es otherwise ordered.)
The Proprietor having erected a neat an I commodious
Vegetable, Fruit & Poultry Market,
Connected with trie' Family Meat Market, will be prepared to
promptly and satisfactorily 11 orders for everything requisite
tofurniih the t .Me with a!! the Substantial and Delicacies the
! Shipping supplied on Short Notice,
; chnrpe. '-no1 "m " "' C JU
500 GALLONS LIME JUICE
F-lnIE J'" A.W.PEIRCECO.
lOOOO t'OCOANLTS FROM SOCI-
KTY Islands suitable for planting.
olS For Sale by A. W. PEIRCE CO.
Rum, in casks or barrels.
N IJOND OR DUTY PAID.
ncs For Sale by
Illll I V. .it .
THE IIKIT1MI AM) FOREICN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
4CCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATfcJ. The clause in the Polic'r of t'n Company are
specially a.'.vantaftecu. TH II IAI'.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Iues lire and Life rolUles
ON THE MOST LI It E R A I. TERMS. ALL
Claims .or Li s-e ttled with prompt lu.le
r.15 ly THKO. II. I'AVIK.S A.-eut
I M I I'. 11 I A I.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL. S.(MIO.O(H) IN Ulll.ll!
riMIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREP RED
M. to issue pohcu on F.re Kisk(ith or without the avei
age clause), on Plantation Ruildinj! an.l Machinery. Private
l'we!lins, linck. tone and W oodon stores, Mrrchandisr, C
Lumber, Ships in Port, the most favorable terms.
XT A II lour) udjuaK-.l anal pii i.l lor here XI
For particulars apply at the office of
WA1 KFR A1.1.VN.
au'23 ly Ajrents f.r the Hawaiian Nlai.ds
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of I Ih m Imi ru'.
Capital, One Million Prussian Thalers.
finiE UNDERSIGNED HAVING HE EN
m. appointed Agents of the uU.ve Company are nw ready to
Isne Pollrlrs a?aint Uiks uf l ire, on Brlldln,
Ic rrhamline uiid 1'nrnllurr.
on terms equal to those of other respet-lable c. nip.iiiii s.
Losses paid for and adjusted here.
F."r particulars apply to
oc4 tf II. HACivFKl.Ii k CO., Agents.
1 1 a m 11 u 11 ; 1 1 - it 11 1 : m 1 : n
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rfHE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING IIEEN
JL Appointed Agents of tbe abovo Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on Stone and Kriek UuildinK",
and on Merchandise stored therein, on moat favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the orhce of
s20 1y F. A. SCII A F.FF.R V CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance.
riMIK UNDERSIGNED HAVING IIEEN
JL duly authorized
By the firemen's Fund Insurance Comp'y.,
of San Francisco to write both Fire and Marine rifks, are pre
pared to accept Insurances on
Dvrrlliuifo, Huilditijf , M erclin uallr, Furul
lurr, Vmrli in Port, inial lake
Caro RIks, to and from this, and all lorclpu Purls,
at the most Favorable Rates.
juUly HISIIOP V CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
V GENTS for Ilic Hawaiian MnuiU,
mhl ly C. IIRLWKR ti CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
4 GENTS lor the Ilawnilan Mil ml.,
2. mhl ly C. llREWKR A: CO.
NOTICE. MASTERS OF VESSELS VIS-
1 ITINd this port in a disabled condition and insured in
any Ol Ou U.on liiH.4ctf1il. omc wws 4it
reports and accounts duly certified to by us.
mhl ly C. IIRKWKR ft CO.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rMiE. r'iF?i"rvl'- invvru on the
jL DOiton Board or Lnilerwriters, notify Masters of Vcanels
and others that all bills for Repairs on Vessels, and all bills
for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
All Burveys. or such bills will not be allowed.
o26 ly C. URKWKR ft CO., Afrenta.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
. above Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
Cargo, Freight nnd Treasure.
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice versa,
olio ly H. HACKFELD ft Co.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EIMNIUJTtGII.
CAPITA L 2,000.000
Accnmnlaird nnd luvrtiril Fund, 2,838,1 IN
rMIK UNDERSIGNED HAVE IIEEN A P-
K POINTED AUENTd for the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
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
nnderrepalr. ap5 1y F.D. H )FFCH L A EC1ER ft Co.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
ii IV K V &, C O . ,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Leleo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Orders Left nt Irn Rirhnrdaon'a Root nnd
Shoe Store will inert with prompt
FRAZER RIVER RED SALMON!
SPRING CATCH :
IN PRIME ORDER.
Foil PALK BY
CASTLE & COCKE.
J . NOTT & CO.,
TMN. COPPER, ZINC A ND SHEET IRON
WORKER?, Are prepared to do any and all kinds of work in their line.
of nil dencriptionat 111 a alp to Order.
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD.
taid on or repaired.
GUTTERS AND SPOCTS, and all kinds of Tin
Work on Buildings done on Short Notice.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
in the above line, which they OFFER AT LOWEST PRICES
together with a fine assortment of
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
&c. &c.v &c.
REPAIRING PROMPTLV ATTENDED TO
SMALL FAVORS THANKFULLY RECEIVED AT
r.08 NO. O K A A HUM A N I STREET.
X BOND OR Dl'TV PAID,
FTr.lVbVD CH A3. LONG.
C-V4MP1IELL Jk Tt'RTON. I" 1 mp r la 1.1 ..
J I'r p t llar of su-ri..r nu'..y. n.. a- ii:-jt m ai l
1 r ':e in u.ntil'e, to Qit I jr
I1S tf It II II M l l.! A. '
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !
L A 1 1 A I N A . MAI I
C HOICE M (.' A lis. HOP OK I sill, NOW
' a.-. .11. 1 1 1 if in anU I t .ale tr
a-4 lv C. PKEWIK X Co.. A.i.i
WA ILUKU PLANTATION!
r A 1 1.1 H I. M A I' I CRtP tIE I n 1 .'I
Fur le l C HKKW I U K '..
ii 3m A,-i-iil.
MAKE E PLANTATION.
l'I.n'AI.KI', .MAI L
CIROI IK I Ml il S('G It A. MO.ts:s,
' 4 ;iu for hl ly C. Itlttu III . ' . i em
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
' fat imiiik to 1.0 v i:" vri: M it 1 1 r
ry, Nuuanu Mra-rt, F. . I'l NSK
llrrl. Miillun nH.I Vrial ol'llaa lla-l ((i.lllv.
Al.o, halt IVik, JH ller, huaa-rlir I'. ik r!tii'anr, nlara
am hiiii.l, an.l f.'ld a( the liwenl Maikii I'm.
av4 Meats ihlivira .1 l.i all patla 1 f t T a-- I'll) la
WAIIiAl'i: lM.A.MM TIO. !
II. CoruHrll, Prspriilair.
SI GAR AND MtLASSK.S IRO.M llll'
rinlti..u f.-r sale In Int. I" ami pr. li. r A.l I.'
, ly liKO. '. M.I. I. AN. A 1.1
HONOLULU STEAM UAKWY
R. LOVE & BROTHERS. Tiopiittois
NIT AM HTREKT.
l LOT. MEIII'.MAND N V Y lilt fr: 1.
always mi hand and made to cr,l r.
.i.vn, ut(r. Sdl art ?4 Htithr i'iuiIck
JENNY I.IND CAKE.-4. A.-
SHIP IIIIIM D REItAKED u il,. .I..11..1
FAMILY PRE AD, made uf the Rest Flmir. " k. .1 daily m I
always on hand.
,v. H.NHotry HHVAit oy rut lit v' v'' ' "
kixu sTRur.r. honui.vi.v.
a. W 1 1
kAKIMKMM INiANTATION SMMK
Nt. V COMI IN.
VXD FOR SALE IN LOT TO M il
PI RC1I AER.S, IIV
Huniilulu, June lt, Dt73.
AF0N1I k Al llI CK
W0LEE RICE PLANTATION,
TO. I AND NO. 2 RICE EKOM THE A li !
y. rIilej TJvllo AVIioJo!
Always un hand and fur sale l
AIMKi: A ACIU'NO,
Jul 4 ly
Ciirner cf Kins; and Nuuanu bit
E. II. ItOVD, Proprietor. Ilavlrl Slrrt l.
Ctiu1a:.ai Wlriala ViaiaM Sum a,.m,. T-mrta., a-1i,
Vc, fumlahed to order. apt 1
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat nnd Sheep Skinn,
CtlNSTANTLV ON HAND ANd Poll A 1.1',
from the well-known
W A I M I-I A TANN E It V C. NOTI.EV,
lly ("I'&ly) A. t. CLEM 1 1 OH N A ', Aai.l
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
A GENTS FOIl THE
jal ly tllawi.li
O NOME A PLANTATION.
I'UAK AND MOLASHEM CROP I NI J,
coming in, for sale in quantities lo suit purrhaarra,
lly WALKER .V Al.l.r, Aarli'J
S1ICI-:K PliAATATIU.X !
SI'GA R AND MOLAKSES.CROP Ctl I N
In and for sale In quantities to suit pun l.a.' ra hy
Jy6 ly WALKER Ai ALLEN, ApuiH
PRINCE VILLE PLANTATIOIsI .
Su(cnr nnd Molasses l'n lN7:i,
C O.MING IN, FOR SALE IN l I S I I
TIKrf to suit purchkS' rs, l.y
jy ly WALKER k ALI EN, A t.l
WAIAH0LE RICE PLANTATION.
'TATO. I RICE. A FIN E A RTICLE. M'l I -.4.
ahle for family Ufe. For aule l.y
mhly I I. DOWfiEir
iioAorri.n "soap woirus ?
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Bayer of Beef, Mutton and Coat Tallow!
Anal till Itinal ol Noh Gl-ia-.
.V. IS All Ordus lft at th Wort- ,,f M. Mrl,,, ,
lmMirtr and Dealer in lavxts and th'-', N. E (."'.rf.er
ol Fort and Merchant streets, will he thiank
fully received and promptly
V. J. RAWLINS.
Priirliriil Soup Holla '.
J420 ly l-leo, K;ni M., II..110I11I, .
Tin: ro ijivt x i :
REDUCTION OF PRICE,
$5.00 FEU WEEK.
Will 13 o Oarrl orl
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT !
TO Fl'II EVERY POCKET.
A Pleasant Retired Room for Ladies !
ICE CKEAM AT ALL TIMES !
MR RYCROFT.will receive per CV.sia Rica, Hills of Fare
and Restaurant Check a, and proposes so curry r,n his Reatau
rant In first-class San Francisco My le.
HAWAHAN HOTEL STABLES!
p. 1 II E C"IE
rt inform the public
AiFVll inent of the Afxk
M il . will h. Id himself ir
THE UNDERSIGNED HEIJS TO
tnal lie nas taacn 111c niantaifp
and Htahli-a as a"ve, where he
rin readiness lo provide roalntnen
LADIES' and XJENTLEMEN'B -
tsvir3rii: iiorsi:s :
Horses Kept for Ladies -10 Only..
SINGLE AND DOUBLE Cflfffl f ACtfS
Polite and Trusty Drivers will awgrny tbe Teams II raqulre i
XT uraen icii pa ana , ". "r a. unuara Konm cl the
Hawaiian Hotel wun r.o uuuertyu'i'-'i win na prornptlr m
tended to. ' (oc2f3n) 0XD. ManaKer
tf IOO I.B. KEGS.
l? ie2T tf
H. HACKFELD f.o
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