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TT Adrerliarr rraidir.g ii tl t.lero I i.ilrd Males, raa
P J tr their ranl. by eeiur.; Ureer.baets -r t'nHed iae
P.wlar Pianips r such smoutt atthrjr w'ali to pay ao.l their
rar.lt will b lieiUj aa - r U,r i.Ue, ft ihe ttaae paid for.
tatiMM Card., wbea ratriia) roe a rasa, are
allowed a diwwunt fr.-ai theae rsl-a, hlih are (or t:au.lrnt
adrrr'.tarrnriil wbra l l or chwrj uuailrily.
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PLAIN AND FANCY
DOOK AND JOB PRINTING
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VOL. X1X--XU. '22.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER -S, 1ST 1.
WHOLE NO. mi
wt a a w w
3 3 if rl
H il N 'i H H
r.i it m
,t ... f it Hi n rs if ll ri ii u r
Sounds of Induitry.
r km. p. r. sisc.
T h- clanj of Ide hunmrr,
Tlu: wlnrr.ru ,h V1".
1U rruhii.f cf ibe butj ,
Thr crrakin of ih crane ;
Th rir.(:r:f of the anvil,
1 be graimg of ibe drill.
The rlart'ririf of fh' furulnf Ulke,
tUn yntUuf of I he mill ;
The rli.t.( of ibe tail' ahear.
The driving of the awl :
Tbae fvun.!a of art ire UkJualrjr,
I in I nv them all.
For Ibey lelt my 1itenmf aplril
if lUe earuralneaa of life,
M t-rn luacb of all il pleaaum
Cometh of toil arvl atrifr :
N-.l the toil or atrifc which Cuoteih
AikI oturmarelb by Ibe way -.
No the toil ix at rife btcb rraaoetli
B -neaih ibe tyrant's away :
Bat the tml that erer aprinrMb
I I'jn a free ami willing heart,
The alnfe that errr brinr'lb
T lite vir, aoblrr firt.
O, Ibere'a .y anJ food in Ubowr,
If we Uhoor but arlti(,
fiio( iifnur to lb day-lime
An.1 aweeler ateep at night ;
A f ioil that brir.f t-th pleasure
i.'rn lo b tuiiiu hours.
For duly cheers lb spirit,
- As I ha dew rt ie tba flower
;iting airengih and hope in sorrow,
Irritrinf rlri la and alorms away.
Making aansUna tr Ibe nor row
Frr.rn the darkaess of lo-Jay.
?j it svi that our good Father
U.xle u UlxMir aa a d-jorn ;
No, it is Ilia richest mercy.
Meant to sweeleu life's dull (loom.
Let as rbeeriiy then be doing
" Wbale'er we And lodo.
With an earnest, willing spirit,
Arvl a strong ban 1 free and true.
An Indiana -j1'u olitor twjs of a retiring eotem
rxirarj : His bluixlcni nc-Ter anoojed him, and
tie was clir rful ami cfiirruj.y under a mountain
of m intakes."
To Sat the Least. It dotun't look well, to
rajr tlic leaet, tnt a Kanwut cliurch iueinWr to
liuve to dntw out hia refolrer in order to get at
lnd two rcntt ior the contribution box.
Xeylk. " Von, Jub Buffered Borne," eaid an
Illinois doaeon, " but lie never knew what it was
to tire tun ten in run awnj and kit! hi wife right
in the busy ee.v.non when hired girls want three
dollars icr week. . .
Louts Different. A professional man not
far from Stato street, Boston, returning to bis
office one day. after a aubatantial lunch, eaid
corapl teently to his awinUint, Mr. Peetkin, the
world loxkd different to a man when he has three
inches of run ia him." Yes, replied the
junior, without a moment's hesitation, " and he
lki diff rcnt to tlj world."
Krror will creep into the bent regulated news
paper, but the London Time oa Saturday, Muy
lGth, in itn report of the Parliamentary pro-ece-lins
of tho preceding evening, fairly outdid
itself. The II owae being ia Committee of Supply,
tlie Cliiiiman was ordered to report progress."
The Printing I louee Square journal gave it that
the Chairman was directed 44 to repeat prayers."
Loni; F..otcn. A clergyman ia one of the
rural tovnn of Maine, who had preached almost
two hurt, tho other Sunday, was interrupted by
""one of his hearers, who remarked, in a Tcry loud
voice : 44 There ! there ! you have preached long
enough. Ifv jrf each any longer we shall for
get the u.jcct ot tlic text !" The meeting closed
(j'rkat News. It is related of Senator Sumner
that during the war and shortly after s terrible
disaster that thrilled the land, a gentleman met
Mr. Sumner walking rdowly along the streets of
lioaton. I le rushed hurriedly and ia great excite
ment to the Senator. 44 Mr. Sumner " be cried
-4 have you any n?ws for us?' 44 Yes, sir," re
r,onded the invalid in his deep voice. " Yes,
ir ; I aiu much better."
.Sricv. Kpitaph on a reporter, by a lawyer :
Then A. J. 'a dead.
Hie jactt. bare a Ilea !
' Who knew reporter
fc'rf do otherwise?
Epigram on the lawyer :
A leg il friend pmposra when I'm dead.
To write Air j'tett o'er my bfeies head.
This will suit him wbeo his form is chill,
II w ran he lie when uoce his longue ia still I
Twuuld hae a Oner meaoing, if Ibe line,
ere straightway paioled on his omce sigu.
A writer in the St. Paul Press tells a new story
of Horace tireeley. Horace wrote a note to a
brother editor iu New York, whose writing was
equally as illegible with his own. The recipient
of the note not being able to read it sent it back
by the same mei-sengwr to Mr. Creejev for elacida
iion. Supposing it to be the answer to bis own
note, Mr. Greeley looked over it, and likewise
was unable to read it, and said to the boy : 44 Go,
take it back. What does the fool mean?" Yes,
air," Kud the boy, 44 that it just what he says."
An Englishman holding forth in the evening in
a Scotch hotel to some friends and some strangers
in ti hoiwe on the subject of cremation of bodies,
in place of the present mode of burial, wound up
by declaring that he had about made up his mind
to leave directions with his executors and friends
that, wlten he died, his body should be cremated.
A canny old Scotchman, who did not relish tho
innovation, 44 set the table on a roar" by re
marking. 44 Ye seem in a great hurry a boot that
businetM, ma freen. A that may possibly be or
dained to be d ne, without ony bother to your
friends and executors, at the Lord's guld time
Ptivo Expriio. Tlic Atlanta Constitution,
sputking of Millard Fillmore, S3ys : 44 The idea
of the dying statesman dwelling on victuals and
eulogizing the jmlatakility of food is strangely
unromantic. Mr. Hive, in his history of William
Pilt, declared that the remarkable man exclaimed,
at the supreme moment of departure, 44 Save mi
country, heaven !" The nurse, being interrogated,
started most emphatically that he had 44 asked
for a basin of gruel." No certain dependence
can be placed uptn the representations of partial
friends as to the actual last words of the great.
The tendency is always to seize upon the dying
expression which is most presentable for the in
spection of the critic or tiro multitude. - The rest
'Ihe Nashville Banner says: 44 A Rock town
maiden has invented a new method of dismissing
tiresome beaux. When tfiey call in the evening,
awl remain until I ft o'clock, she rises quickly,
and. walking over to the clock, which is ticking
on the mantel, winds it up, exclaiming (uncon
sciously, of course), Dear me, how late it is;
and tho nights are so short!' If they don't take
the hint elie suddenly becomes very warm, and
fans hcrxclf violently. Her fan is a model in
every .resrect. It has the words, 4 Young man,
dWyour mother know you're out? painted ou
one side in small letters, while the other side is
blank. She adroitlv turns the side with the in
scription toward the young man, who, glancing
at it suddenly remembers that be must be at
home by 10:30 o'clock, certain. She, olf course,
politely inquires why his haste? and he. mur
muring an excuse, bids her good night, and flies
from her presence forever. Her real lover is
never permitted to see that side of the Ian.
W. G. IRWIN & Co.,
C1 0 M M I .S I O N I K ril ANTS.
I'LANTATloN AM) INM.KANCK AUENTS.
tMU) Honolulu. II. I. lv
A TTO KXKV AT I.AW .1X1) SOMC'ITOK
I Or"! 1CK N. S Kahumanu Mrert.
Vi4 li..site Mr. l.h.l-s' l.uiMin.-.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORT Kit AND DE ll.KIt INCKXKRAIj
Queen Etrert, Ilmoluiu
C. BREWER & CO.,
A V 1 SUIPI'IXi MKH-
(.Uv.3 1 Hawaiian IhI in l.
E. HOFFHANN, II. D.,
mli VSICI. N AM SLKGKO.V, COKVCR
AY Merchant and Kaabumanu .ta , near the Poat-ot&ce.
'J . 3 ly
KAff AIIMP, Tl A WAIT.
Will :onti.i;k tiik v. k n k k a I.
MKRCIIA.ND1.-K il .-IlIi'i'l.Mj IA flSt.fs at the
above port, where th'y are prrpsre l ti fan.nh the Jur.ljr cele
brated Kawaihae Totato.-., and nach c.thr rvxra:t a are
required by whale ships, at the sh"rt-'t nMIre and on the
most reasonable terms. (952 ly) t KKVYirOO ON H AN D
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
CIO.M.MISSIOX .MERCHANT AXD b'KX
' ERA L SUM TING AGENT,
liooolola. Tlawaiian IiUn.ls
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN HOOTS,
tboes. Fine Clfthm;, Fnrnihinj; Ujois,
Corner of Fort and Merchant St. (pl41y Honolulu, II. L
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS A;. COMMISSION AGENTS.
Wholesale Dealers in oi eral Merchandise.
Ho) Queen rM-, next to the Uffnx of J. I. Dowaett, ly
THOS. G. THRUM,
ENGRAVER ON UIILW.MI. KIl. Itlt.ws,
1VOKT, sc., Ac.
CJTEXCIL CUTTKR IN
Uuaioess and iName I'l.ttt-s.
I'lA NT ATI ON.
my 18 ly
S. B. DOLE,
ATIOK X K Y AT LA W. OFFICE OV E R
tm Kichardsoo's Store, corner of Fort and Merchsnl Streets
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. nih7 ly
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Late Janion, Green & Co.)
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MER
C11AN T. GKNT FOR
Lloyds' and the Liverpool Underwriters. Northern Assurance
Company, and Rritish and Foreign Marii.e Insurance
Fire Proof Buildings, Kaabumanu and yu eta. ly
DR. 0. S. CUMMINGS,
HOMOSOPATHIST, C3 FORT STREET,
Honolulu, II. I.
IM PORT E R A N I) D E A LER IX DRY
GOODS AND CLOIIIINO,
HAT 3 AXD CAI S, FURX ISIIIXli GOODS, Lie.
mh21 ' No. 21 Nuua-iu St., near King. ly
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
EV AT LJ
Bills promptly Collected
CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX GKX
flllPPINO AND COMMISSION MKRCIIANT3.
fX Ho. 80 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. 1
SHIP CHANDLERS AXD COMMISSION'
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise, Queen Street
Ilonoli-lu, Hawaiian Islands.
Arents lor the Kaunskakai. Maunaiua and KakaakoSalt
fj Works. IF
- DILLINGHAM &-C0.,
M PO RT E RS AXD DEALERS IN HARD-
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General
No. 95 King Street, Honolulu. IT
- CHULAN & CO.,
M P O R T E R S OF AND I) E A L E R S I X
Of all descriplioaa. and In all kind of Dry G.-ods. Also, con
staally on hand, a superior iuaiuy oi hj"u "
957 Xaua' o Street, Honolulu. ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING. Boots, Miois, Hats, Cap. Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Suerior
Furoiablor Goods. XT Denkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on band. ....
O. K. Comii or Foat ao Msacaaar sraasT. Ja.l ly
a. a. ra(L. a..w. tsisa.
. FRIEL& LAINE, ;
GROCERS AND PRO. isloN DEALERS,
Family Grocery and Feed More,
52 Fort Street, Uooolulu. "3 ly
- WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOWSETT at CO.
Corner Fort and Qjeen Si.
Dealers in Lombcr. Paints. Oil, Nails. 5alt, anl Buihling
,p4 Materia'.. of every kind. ly
(.S"uccr.'jiorj .) C. L. liulmrt! fr Co.)
S4HIP C'H A N I) LERS A N D G EN ERA L COM-
MISSION MERCHANTS. Honolulu, Hawaiian lalan.ls.
E. P. ADAMS,
A UCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MER-
:er and oi
Queen Street, rtmotula, H. I.
j i5 ly
XER. NO. 41
K. Williams, II imI
COXFECTIONER. NO. 4J HOTEL ST..
next dor to C. K. Williams, Honolulu. d-'U
RICHARD F. BICKERT0N,
1IERCI1ANT STREET. HONOLULU.
J. W. Au.liu's former OSlce, over neory M. Whitney's
Arewunla nml Bill. C ollorlrd,
' Drafting, B.k Keeping, Cop)intr. Cut.m House Puiness
mjM an4 Oeneral CommiSM-Mis carefu'ly exeuied. Sin
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE D E A I
era in Faslnooahlo Cl.bins. Hals, Caps. Hoots nd Shoes,
aad every variety of irentlemeu's Sup.'rior Furn.sbiog Goods
Store formerly oerupied hy W. A. AUrich, Makee's
n22 Block. Q.ieen Street. ly
HYMAN BROTHERS, '
IMPORTERS, WHOLES LE AND R ETA I L
Dry Goods. Clothing, H .t t ariii.-hing Cwvl., Iji-Urs' and
GeotA Boot! and f .- - Vanee Notioi.s, AC, tie.
Capt. Snow's Building. N-. -W M-rvha!it St. Hon lulu. apH ly
LEWERS k DICKSON,
E LERS IN LUMBER AM) BUILDING
Matcr.aU. Fort J'tn-t 1.
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
'M PORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT;. Honolulu. Hawaiian IaUn. I. ly
AFONG fc ACHUCK,
IMPORTER . HOLES A LE A N i R ET A I L :
Dealers in General M'rehsn lie. Fire-ppK-f More. Nuua- ',
du Streets. iiu ly j
TrTFfin f! rTTITTnTr
J.XLX1UX. J. lLjUjn.f j
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MER-
Hon .hi! j. 0,1,11, li I.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AM) V IIOI.KS ( I.K DKAI.
ers in C'lothmr. Uiots, shoes. Hats, Mcd'i r ornisli.Dir and
fancy Ooods. (J-H ly) No. 11 Kaahumana tt. Kooolula.
bToTeall & SON
IMPORTKRS AM) DKALKRS IV HARD
WARE, Dry lioodi. Paints. Oils, and Oeoeral Merchandise.
'.I Corner Furt and Kitirf f is. ly
BROWN L CO.,
RS AND DKAI.KIi!
AN n SPIRITS, at WHOLK
IMPORTKRS AND DKAI.KliS IN ALM.
WINKS AMI SPIRITS. AT WHOLKSALK.
8 Merchant g:reet, 3Jlj Honolulu, II. I.
A. S. CLCGH0B9.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
M PO RT ERS AND WHOLESALE
. RETAIL DEALERS IN
Comer Queen anil Kaahumar.u Sts.,
VJt ly Nuiunu St., and Corner Fort and Hotel ?ts.
THOS. G. THRUM,
CJTATIOXER. NEWS DEALER AXD
BiK UINDr.lt, Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
GENERAL COMMISSION' AGENTS.
54 ly HONOLULU.
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
C GROCERY. FEED STORE AND BAKERY,
W Corner of Kins and Fort Streets.
Honolulu, II. I.
ALFRED S. HARTWELL,
a ft. LAW.
AXD COUNSELLOR AT
Office over HorTinann's Dru ' Store.
C. S. BARTOW,
LCTIOXEER. SALESROOM ON Q.LEEN
Street, one door from Kaahumanu.
B. riCBKR. . BOTt
FISCHER & ROTH,
IER IIA.T TAILORS. 38 FORT ST.,
i." M. ap'J6 Honolulu, U. I. ly
D, N. FLITNER,
aflOXTIX'L'ES IIISOLD Rt'SIXESS IX THE
Fire-proof building, Kaahumanu Street,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and star.
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention i?iven to
tine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted. Charts arid
nautical instruments constantly on
940 hand and for sale. ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
O N O L V L U. II A W A 1 1 A X ISL A X DS.
DRAW BILLS OF EXCIlANUE ON
Tl.o Hurilr rxt P t "i for ri I ?An Kranfinffi
Messrs. Lees k Waiier New York
T ... V.tlnrkl Itanlr Rd.tnn
Oriental Bank Corporation London
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.Oriental Bank Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne
Agents for the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New
Receive Deposits, Discount First-class Business Paper,
attend to Collecting, fte.. Kc my24 ly
M. T. DONNELL,
IMPORTIB AND JtANCfACTCRER Of
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to tis market.
K TT Old
I I scriptions t
Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
made lo order.
Before buying elsewhere call at SO and 88 Kiutf slrrel
Saddle mid Harness linker,
KIXO STREET, HOXOI.ULU.
Harness, Saddle & Shoe Leath
er, Constantly on Hand.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. 919 ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
ap2 Hotel St , near th Drug Store of K. Strehs Co. ly
E. C. ADDERLEY,
' Saddle and Harness Maker,
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu, r.--.y
"ry Carriages Trimmed with neatness and dispatch. Island
Orders attended to piomplly. 'J
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
3J XJ IT. NITD IT. 3Z3 !
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop at
the old stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B- Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
snip ana ueueiai j3aiv;a.sxuai.ii,
VJ-Tt Shou on the Judd Wharf, next to the Old Custom
All work in my line will be executed with dispatch and
XT All orders from the otaer islands will be carefully at.
Horse-Shoeing and Carriage Repairing !
N. MURPHY, ir-A
...-. .. a r Tdlll. rnitnivr: '
ANo, AGRICCLTrRAL IMPLKMLNT8 made and Repaired
rartitalar Attention raid to IIORSE-SHOEIXG !
jaSl Shop at Jas. Itobinson A: Co.'s Wharf. Sm
CABiNET MAKER'S SHOP!
iCSSpr. T,,E 1'MERS1GNED
tj'ji --i begs to notify his friends and the
Ctt-oiJ public generally, that be has taken
Shop 011 3T ox-t Stroot.
one door below the Government Buildings, where he will be
found hereafter, prepared to carry on the
CABINET MAKER'S BUSINESS.
in i.7 its branches and on the most reasotuible terms.
SECOND I1AND FCRSITURK B0CGUT AND SOLD,
Repairing Done Neatly and Expeditiously.
Tlc-no jrlvo I1I111 n Cn II.
,,,25 tf DANIEL McCORRISTON.
McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
Kaahumanu St., U. 1., opposite Godfrey Rhodes.
e p ct
I Va. II tv I (
1 Wason and Carriage Builder, TlandtC kin St.,
Honolulu. (jal81y) Island orders promptly execute.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
; Tin. Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
snaiio Street, bet. TJerrhant and Qneen,
a HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A-vl-- Stores, Lead Pipe, Galv. Iron Pipe, Plain and H.-se
j Bibbs, Mop Cocks. India Rubber Hose best 3-ply in
- " leocths of 25 and 60 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com-
plete. ANo, a very large stock of Tinware . very .lescrip-
lion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war-
ranted. larticular attention given lo Sbip Work. .
Thankful to the citixens of Honolulu, and the Islands gen-
er all v. for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by suict
alt,ntion to lia9ine to merit the same for the future.
XT Orders from the other islands will be carefully attended
JAS. L. LEWIS,
Cooper and Ganger, at the Old Stand,
C'OUNKR OF KING A XI)
W--J litTIIt'L Street. Wonld inform Plantem, arr
-J-A'.-ni5 and others that he has ON HAND. ' V
1 O O O K K K O S K X K TIKKt'KS:
:be bt.iT CuLtaincrs l-jt Tailow or Od. Alio,
Eastern Pine Molasses Barrels !
Nuw on bantt. ready for use; aad erery other article to be
found in a well r-culated Co.per Slirp.
lie tiojs oy attention to business to merit a continuance or
DAVID KE ALOHA,
, , , . , .
n UUtU, Ollip ana Olgn r'aintingZ
HAVING OPENED A SHOP OX THE
above street, is prepared to da all manner f work in
bia line of bminess. Cd-irges reasonable, and all wirk done
witu neatness and dispatch. ja3 ly
J. M. OAT ot Co., Sailmakers.
OLD CCST0M HOUSE, FIRK-PROOF BL'ILDINU.
0a Ihe Wharf, Foot of Nuuanu Stre-t, Hono
lulu, 11. I. ,
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvanized Clues and Thimbles.
Flat; of nil descriptions uinde aud repairrtl.
Thankful for past patronage, we are prenarej to execute all
orders In our Hue, with dispatch ao.l in a Sii'.iafactory manner.
(ft Cabinet Maker,. Wailnku, Maui.
FACTIKER &. DEALER I. FfRMTl RE
OF ALL K1!tDS.
Turning and Sawing done on the most reasonable terms.
variety of Roa Bel Pots, Table Legs, Ax., always on hand.
XT Orders from the other Islands will receive prompt atten
lion. 951 3m
(SCCCKSSOB TO JOHM SKILL )
NO. 40 FORT STREET, .
attend to all orders in the
J7 LOCK. Cl'X k CEXF.RIL REPAIR L1E
lie win give special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing Muehiues, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
an l Metal Work of every description, liinrkaiuil h ins, 4c
ALfX). ON II AND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing- Machines,
Cods, PMols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ate.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Rinders. nnd all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
XT. Best Machine Taut. Jl
TOLB AGENT IM THIS KINGDOM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewing: Machines,
I Uil 1 tT
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR
Mills, Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description made
Particular Attention paid to Chip's Blacksmithing
Tr Job Work executed on the shortest Lot ice. 919 ly
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CHELSEA LAUNDRY I
Hosolvlc, II. I., July 7, 1873.
ON AXD A FTKR THIS IIATE.TI1E FOB.
LOWING BATES will be charged on all wcrk done at
this Laundry :
White or Colored Shirts, Polished, each ,
White or Colored Shirts, Plain, each
White or Colored Collars, Polished, each...
White or Colored Collars, Plain, earn
White or Colored CuFs, Polished, y pair...,
White or Colored Cuffs, Plain, pair
White Coats, each
While Pants, each
White Vests, each
Cloth Coals, each
Cloth Pants, each
Cloth Vests, each.....
Night Shirts, each
s,wt. or Skorkines. t?" rair
ruderclothing, Plain, each 6,
i I uderclotuing, etarcneu, eacn c
11 n.lerclothine. Starched and r luted, for each tluine JO
i rKirts. i-lain, ene ii.
1 . ... . a... r . n. . i, v . .1 r
kl rta. Tuckeil or riuteu. tanu iuc. lor eacn n. uiue i eacu . . zo
I uu a. PI nn 81
uists. Tucked or Fluted, (and 10c. for each Rattle) each.. 15
Waists, Tucked or Fluted, and extra witn lace, tana ivn
for each RuCle) each 2o
Dreases. White or Colored, Plain 20
Dresses, Tucked or Fluted, (and loc. for each Ruffle) each. 30
Dresses, Ruffled with Ilea ling, and extra with Lace,
(and lac. lur eaeh K utile) each ou
Night Dresses. Pl:iin. each 61
Night Ureases, with Fluting, each (8c. for each Ruffle).. ... S
Nightgowns. Plain, each - 4
Drawers, Plaia. each 4
Drawers. Fluted, each ot
Waists, Plain, each 4
Skirts, Plain, each
Skirts. Tucked or Fluted, each, (an l Uc for each Ruffle)... 10
Slips, Plain, each 6J
3;ip&, Tacked or luted, each, (and luc f.r each. Ruffle). ... S
Dresses, 1 Imu, each
Dresses, Tucked cr Fluted, each, (and 10c for each Ruffle). .12
Socks or Stoi-king3, tf pair. . .
Table Clotha, l-arre. Plain, each
Table CUuha, Large. Starched, each
Table Cloths, Medium, Plain, each ,
Table Cloths, Medium. Starched, each
Table Cloths. Small, llain. each
Table Clha. Sjniall, Starched, each ,
heels. Sinie, each. ,.....-....
Sheets. DrniMe, each
Pillow Slips, l'laiu. ...........
Tilli-.w Shea, Slarche.1
Pillow Slips. Fluted
Counterpane, Lar;re, each
Couaterpanea, Small, each ................
Blankets, l-arje. each
R'.anket. Me-lium. fa h
Blankets. Small, each ,
Window Curtains, Large, each
Window Curtain, MeUiiuu, eich
Window Curtains. Small, each
Mo.ju.to Neu, each
MY MOTTO Whnl i. worlb . loins at all, la
worth domx well.
MY INTENTION To Give Sali.faelion to all
MY TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY,
I Respectfully Solicit the Public Patronage
TTT Office at II. E. McINTYRE k BRO.'S Grocery, Feed
Store and Bakery, Corner of Fort and King Sis. Wagon calls
for all ord-rs.
957 qr W. M. WALLACE Proprietor.
Lu 1 1
TIIK URITISIt AM) FOKK1GX
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
4CCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KATES. The clauses to the I'oiirir ol Ui ( m rnw
specially a.lrautageous. TH EO. U. PAVIli.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
IsMtcs lire and Life Tvlirifs
OX TIIK MOST LI It ER A I. TERMS. ALL
Claims .or Loaws settled with promptitude.
Mi T I H EO. 11. UAV1ES, Agent.
h BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
rMIE rNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
- itn Board of I nderwriters. notifr Masters of Vessels
. and others ihit all hills for Repairs on Vess. I. and all bills
-nerai aera)repuroses, must be anproTfd by the Aceut
I f.lhe B"lon 1 "oiierwritcxs, who must also be represented on
, an .ur.eya. ur SUCU PlMS Will net IX- SHOW
C. BKKW KK Jk CO AgenU.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
arMIE CNDERSIG X El). AGENTS OF THE
M. aboT Company, have been authorized to insure risLa oo
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and rice versa.
1 11. HACKFELD A Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
si of Hnmbui'ii.
Capital, One Million Prussian Thalers.
F1M1E UNDERSIGNED HAVING UEEX
appointed Agents of the above Company are now ready to
Issue Polities against Risks of Fire, od Buildings,
Mfrcliandiae nutl Furniture,
on terms equal to those of other respectable companies.
mosses paja tor ani adjusted here.
For particulars apply to
9$ tf H. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
II A M n U It li II-II K E M E fi
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
rVMIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
JL Appointed Agents of the abovo Coiooaov.ara Drenared
to insure risks against Fire on Stoue aud Brick Buildinrs
and oa Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
rar particulars applj at the office of
57 IT F. A. SCII A EFKR A- CO.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
OF BOSTON, MASS.
Thirly-oue Yrnra Slft.Klinx !
Policies Issued on the most favorable Terms.
The Creates! TmV taken oa a Life, $20,000.
Surpfu iittrihutel annny tit members
oaau iy. .
'A88vts, rtii?,3ar),ooo :
CASTLi: i COOKE, ACEXTS
957 FOR THE HAW'N ISLANDS. ly
UNION INSURANCE COMFY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
T0C Ta IT. X 3NJ 3U . INCORPORATED, IS65
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents
957 ly FOR TH K HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
NORTH BRITISH AND MiRCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINI1UROIJ.
CAPITA L XZ.OOO.OOO
Arruinulnlnl nml Iurratrd Fund, 2,838,118
raMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A P
M POINTED AGENTS lor 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
unuer repair. ap ly EU. UJt fsUULAEUklt A CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for Ihe Hawnilna Mnndi,
V mill ly C. BREWER At CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
A GENTS for Ihe Ilawftlian lalntirU,
1. mb7 ly C. BREWER U CO.
mTOTICE. MASTERS OF VESSELS VIS
ITING this port in a disabled condition and insured in
any ol the Boston and Philadelphia Offices must have their
reports and accounts duly certified to by n.
mh7 ly C. BREWER CO.
NORTH GERMAN FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAMBURG
fjlllE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed Agent of the above Company for the Sandwich
Islands, is now prepared TO INSL'RK AGAINST FIRE upon
the most favorable term",
On Brick, St one, sad Wooden Store.
And on Merchandise stored therein, Private Dwellings, Furni
ture, Aye. AH Uj i adjusted and paid for here with prompt
itude. For particulars apply at the office of
ja31 ly TUKOD. C. UECCK, Agent.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A GENT Bremen Board of Underwriters),
"Agenl Drewsten Board of Underwriter,
Agent Vieaun Bonrd of Underwriters.
Claims against Insurance Companies within the jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will have to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. ja3 ly
the s.iif.iE: hoisi; i
KEALAKKKUA JiA Y JIA WAII.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over for their unrivaled salubrity of
.climate. Certain localities in the group are espec
ially favored in this way. The District of Konj, n
the ieeward side of Hawaii, has long been lamed aa a place of
resort for invalids with bronchital, or lung diseases. With its
pare and mild atmosphere, with its al-solute freedom from
storms or high winds, with its porour oil which, with all its
rich vegetatioo, retains no dampness and yields no malaria, and
with an unvarying temperature that of the American or
Southern European June ALL TIIK YEAR BOUND, the
climate of Kona i one of the healthiest and mot luxurious on
The undersigned, at his house at Kaawaloa.a house nne
qanled in the district for l ie, cleanliness, commodiou.net s,
and thoroughness of furnishios. is prepared to give boarder,
excellent room and all obtainable comforts ia the way of diet,
THERE ARE FRESH WATER BATHS
on the premiffes, and fioe sea bathing within a short distance.
The steamer Kilau-aaid the schooners lilama and Prince, ran
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa landing.
The undersigned employs no agents nor runners. His house
speaks far itself upon inspection. A. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa, Kealakekua Bay, Kona, Nor. 15, 1473. no29
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
'I, I IE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE NO
J pains to make this
ETJE Gr L. 1ST T HOTEIj
First-Class in Every Particular !
E00.HS Ci DE HAD BT TDE XIGnT OR WEEK !
with or without board.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
ju23 PrBHC MEETINGS. OR SOCIETIES. ly
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
LIROM EAST MAUI. FOR SALE BY
BoLLEa At CO.
noi:i:u hill, i,aiiai. a.
1 A M P II ELL JL TCRTON, frasr irlwraw
J Crop of Suysr if auiri.r quautr.now commr tn and
fur sale in aaanliiifs to suit by
1 U. HACK) LI. D CO.
UTAIUKC MAI L
For sle l y
' R O l OF I H 7 3
C. UKaUtKA Co..
"A 1 1 1 A I U Vis A A TAT 1 0. !
H. Carnwrll, I'rasr ir-twr.
(baiUGAR AXD MOLASSES FROM THIS
4-' lautaUon for sale iu lots lo suit purchaser. Apply lo
1 7 Ot.O. C. )U Lr.AN, A,enl.
CROP OF IS73-SIGAR MOLASSE:
IT For Sale ly C. liKtW tR 4 Co , Agents.
HONOLULU STEAM DAKUY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT, MEDIUM AXD NAVY BREAD,
.iwaj. oa u.uti siiii maue to order.
Alsrt, Mater, Sihla ui.d Butter (Yacken,
JENNY LIND CAR KM. Ac.
SHI P BR EA 1) R Ell A K EI) on tha ah..n..t ,J.
FAMILY BREAD, made of Ihe Best Flour, hiked daily and
always on hand.
Jf. B BROtrx BREAD OF THK BEST QVAI.ITt
i i. WALLER,
KIXU STREET, HOXOIJJl.U. 957 ly
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
F. W. DUNNE.
MCCANU STREET. ' 05 ly
KALTJKUEA PLIXTATIOX SUC..1K
NCW COMING IX,
X'U FOR SALE IX LOTS TO SUIT
AF0NG At ACIIt'CK.
Honolulu, Jane 1st, 1874. 943 ly
E. II. BOYD, Proprietor. Hotel Strrrt.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Vegetables
are., furnished to order. apt ly
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
ACCENTS FOR THE
IIOAOI.I I,U SOA1 WOKliS !
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Buyer of Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow!
Ana mi umu. oi soap urraae.
X. Ji.AU Orders l-ft at the Store of 31. Mejturrty,
iiui'uori int ncnirr in ihkh. .1111 rnoea, rt . r. . corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets, will be thank
fully received and promptly
W. J. RAWLINS,
Practical Saas Boiler,
Udeo, King St., Honolulu
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
G U E Y & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Lcleo, King Street, Honolalit.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Orders Left nt Ira Rlchard.on's Boot and
Shoe Store will meet "with prom at
apll Attendance. ' ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY OX II AXD AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known .
WAIMKA TANNERY C. JCOTLEY,
By (p4 1y) A. 8. CLEGHORN At CO., Agents.
AND FOR SALE AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
t" Established In l858. -
A LARGE AND FINE
II AVA IV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smoking Tobacco !
AND A LOT OF
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES I
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
HIcc rsclisifi in Pipes
Cigar Ilolclers, &c., fcc.
H. I. NOLTE,
Corner Q.neen and Xaaaan Sta.
MANILA CIGARS !
A SMALL LOT OF THOSE SUPERIOR
j quality CI'jARS. juat received. These Cigars, are like
those we had about one year since, and pronounced to be the
best article offered in this market during the last twenty
years. Specially put up for as 2o0 cigars in a boi.
Ja3l For Sale by BOLL EM k CO.
SALOON PILOT. CASES AND QR. CASES;
PILOT Bread ; Medium do.; Crackers, asa rted.
For Sale by BOLLES 4 CO.
A. P. EVERETT.
ForHanliii": A, ( oniniission Mrrrliant
4 OA sUUNT alRKail, (VRKMl CLAV,
SAX FKA M'lll'U.
Pai iieular aXtentlon pal I tu t'ou.ignmrnia of l.lund I'r.lura.
W ly sul.lS
an. w aaaaait,
w. . t kraaiix..
3INPria:IM all frraiii'iaro
LEVERIDQE. WADHAMS & CO.
W Ii O 1 ON l 1 4 Cm ? ! M
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
rartlralar Itteollaa paid U aat.lirninf U f
Qj Swaiwwlri. I.litu4 I'roclwrr. ly
IBIDIA RICH rIII.L.
(or. Sllsvlwn 'reiut Sla. Kan I'rantlsro, (tl.
'pll K INDIA KICK MILL IIAVIM.IMIR
tiuN K Material lmi.roveuiei.ta. ia uow In pciKcl condi
tion for the
inai.ii .mi iniEssi.(i or iMiinv
t " AND
U 1141 OIlIHMl
In the Jhsl Possible -Vjiwur.
CONSIGNMENTS OF PADDY
I I XT La Ta K I ) l i I C K !
M'iU rectiit Pfvtn)4 und Currful Attention.
WM. M. GREENWOOD.
General Cosan.iiw.on Merchant and Pmp'ir of India Hire Mill.
t Doaai p Man.SAV,
C Portland, O.
C0RBITT & MACLEAY,
Iiuporicrs, VIioIcn;iIo (irocirs and
Shippers and Dealers of Oregon Produce
SA N FRA NCISCO 1
Odlre IOH Cnllforsil) Slrrrl.
I'UltTli.i N D, OREGON I
13Md 15 Frowt,Ml IOA 18 Fir. I Si.
likraait Whs 1
W. C. Ralston, Esq., Bank vt California Ka i Fraiidaco
Chas. dello, Kq. Preaidelit tL F. si P.rwigsr Co. haw rranciaeo
Sl'ri. t roaa Jk I'u Paa rraml.es
Messrs. La id A Tiltou. Hankers...... Portland. Uir.un
Rank of Brlliah Columbia Portland. Ori roii
Meaar. L. Gol.lamilh Ai Ca... Porlland, Oir.on
Corbitt, Falling At Co Porllai.d, Ur uii,
tleaars. Uhhoi At Co., Banker,.. Honolulu
Conainnaasenla of lalnnd Produce Nollrllea).
i jpw iy .
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD &. CO.,
Shippilii? k Commission Merc ha Ills,
No. 2 I 8 California Mrrrl,
A K t'IflCO.
. 0. MSMKILL.
omi at OAiaa
J. C. Mi:iUtlLL k Co.,
Commission Merchants nnd Auctioneers
204 and 206 California Street,
Man- l. 1 (inuiNco.
AIM AGENTS OF TIIK
San Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention gives to Ibe ante and pun haa. of nier.
shaadise.ahlps' business, supply lug wliale.hips, nagotlalli
IT Allfrelvhl arriving at Haa Fraaclsco.by or le tba Ho.
olalu Lis of Packets. will ba forwarded rasa or ooawiaaios.
XT Kaehanga on Honolulu bought and told. XX
Messr. A. W. peireek Co Honolulu
' II. Ilackfeld At Co
O. Brewer Co , "
44 Rlaboii At Co.... 41
Dr. R. W. Wood 44
Hon. E. II. Allen "
THE GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL !
The Largest and Most Complete Hotel in
the World !
ffMIE LESSEES (WELL" KNOWN AS THE
1 Proprietors of Ihe MIERMAN llolE before lis de
struction In the memorable Coufliiirmtion of Octol-r 8ih and
Kh, 1971,) take pb-aaure In unoun iii the conipirll'n i f this
new enterprife, which la now i n under tt.rir peraonal man
agemeot for the sccoirumltlon of (rn.-.m
GAGE ItlttlS. A. RICE.
LESSEE." ijU TWENTV VKARH.
Chlraro, June 1st, 187i. Jal7
The Anglo-Californian Bank,
412 CALA. ST.. SAN FRANCISCO. CA L.
.... S ANGEL COURT
NEW YORK AGENTS, J. w W. SKI.IGM AN At CO, 21
Broad Ft reel.
Authorized CAPITAL STOCK, $6,000,000
WILL RECEIVE DEPOSITS. OPEN AO
eounta, niake collection, bur and sell Fxchanca and
Bullion, loan Money anil Inn. LeiLera of Credit available
IhrouKhout the world.
R. O. PNKATH. j,.,.,,,,,
deIy 10N. DTE1NHART, J
riMIE CNDFKSIGNEO OFFER FOR KALE
M ontiMlrLAND OF M 0 Lo KAI. to be delivered on It..
Beach at Kaunakakal,
ONE STEAM BOILING OUT APPARATUS
IN PERFECT ORDF.K,
Consisting of Boiler, two Vat and one Stm Pumr.. Ao. Tha
above apparatus was manufactured in at the Honolulu
ALSO At Waiklkl, I aland of Oahu, ONE COMPLETE
Steam Apparatus for Manufac
turing of Pol I
For farther particular apply to
CHAS. R. BISHOP, or
J.NO . DOM I MS.
Ul Administrators r.f K.tate of Kamihamel.a V.
rjpilOSE THREE WELL KNOWN
AT TITI? JtAXK i:xcirAXGi:i
far further particular, apply to
GEO. V. SIDFRA, or
JNO. V. ROU1NSON.
COTTON DUCK !
A WHENCE MA XLFACTORY. AN AS.
i sortme jt of numbers, for sale low by
BOLLES k CO.
PER J. A. FALKINBURG.
A Few Galls, of the 12 Year Old
V7IROM MESSRS. MILLIARD At VAN
ROM MESSRS. MILLIARD
bCUUTVEK, Portland, Orrcoo. ;. ;
Till: IVf-iT OIP T1I13 HTOCIC Z '
657 3ra For Eale by CIIA8. LONG.
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