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CLARA BELL, STEAMERS, AND CEYLON !
EIGHT-CARD BOSTON MATCHES !
X O 1ST OF. S
KEROSENE OIL DIRECT
iv pat f.nt ai xozzi.f: ...
Dairy Salt, 10 lb. Bags, Boston make.
A Fine Assortment of Stationery, Ox Bows,
- Shovels, Spades, &c., &c.,-
Axe, Oo, Hoc, Adz and Sledge Handles,
Copal Varnish, Assorted Paints in Oil,
A Good Assortment of Shelf Hardware !
A FINE ASST. OF BEST ENGLISH PRINTS !
Cloths, Cassimeres, Waterproofs, &c.
Chromo Picture for Scrap Books.
TO IJE FOUND AT LOW KATES AT
971 CASTLE & COOKE'S.
vi i ',. me
ANOTHER FINE LOT OF MEW
From Boston, TATew TorI,
San Francisco and England.
NEW LOT OF LAMPS, CHANDELIERS, LANTERNS,
POCKET ( I'TIJRY,
a splendid assortment of siif.i.k hardware.
hocse eckmsiiing goods
Small Ice Cream Freezers !
Just Received and will be OPEN TO-DAY.
FISH NETS AND SEINES, ASSORTED SIZES !
We cannot enumerate the useful artirles we offer for sale, all of which are to be had
ON THE tVJOST REASONABLE TERMS!
We take pleasure in exhibiting our Goods, and ask no one to purchase unless they feel
' satisfied with Good? and Prices.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
gg3 At the old and vfell known stand, 95 and 97 King Streets,
SISW OESS I
FROM THE FACTORY
HACKFELD &, CO.
OHcr For Sale
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
OX THE 2 OF NOVF.MBER LAST.
JEF.P PINK PRINTS, KARGF. PaTTRUNS.
Assortment Fancy PrinN, nw sule-.
White Ground Piinta,
IJlaek ami White Print, French Mii-lm-.
Heavy Dine Denims, plain and striped.
DliiA and White Striped Ticking.
Drown Cotton1, assorted qualities.
nine Cottons, White Cottons,
Ilorrockses White Long Cloth. A nn! It, 3"
inch and 32 inch wMe.
Linen Sheeting, 72, S2. 00 and 100 inches wil
Cotton Sheeting. C3, 72, 80 and 90 inches wide.
Victoria Lawns. 7-yard pieces, asst'd qualifier,
In.ligo Pdue Flannel, Black Silk Alpaca.
Black Cobourgs, Cne and medium,
Scotch Waterproof Tweeds, all colors.
Turkey Red and Yellow Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Ladies' Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Assorted Cotton Stockings and Socks.
Linen Thread, Assorted,
Black and Colored Silk Neckties, new styles,
.Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities.
Heavy Woolen Blankets, Scarlet, Orange, Blue
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Linen Shirts, Cotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirts, Cotton Undershirts,
Assorted Burlaps, French Calfskins,
Genuine Eau de Cologne.
Macassar Hair Oil, Lubin's Extracts.
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs.
Fine Woolen Shawls and Traveling Plaids.
Fine and Common Pen and Pocket Knives.
Fine Steel Scissors, Common Scissors,
Tinned Spurs on Cards, Iron Teakettles.
Galvanized Pails, 10 and 12 inch,
Galvanized Washing Tubs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machines.
Charcoal Box Irons,
Bright Fencing Wire, No. 4, 5 and C,
Full Asstm't of Best Refined English Bar Iron,
Mnntz's Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Compo
sition Nails, Block Tin,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, Hoop Iron.
Porous Water Mockeys.'Pressed Tumblers.
Cut Porter Glasses.
Ilubbuck's Patent White Ziuc Paint,
Iliibbuck's Patent White Lead Paint.
Ilubbuck's Pale Boiled Linseed Oil,
Black Paint, Paris Green, Red Lead.
Caustic Soda, Best Lagos Palm Oil.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
CERMAN, ENGLISH & FRENCH
Lie-big"? Extract of Meat.
Stearine Candles, 4, 5 and t,to a pound.
Castor Oil, in tins and glass,
Epsom Salts in bulk and boxes.
Nests of Trunks, Birch Brooms,
Wrapping Paper, Market Baskets,
Assortment of Blank Books,
Press Copy Books, Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted Sizes Horsc'Rope, Hemp Packing.
Spunyarn, Flag Line, Log Line,
Swedish Safety Matches,
Devoe's Kerosene Oil, in patent can.
Ileidsieck A Cos Champagne, in qts. and pts.
Rninart Pere & Fils' Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in qts. and pts.
Genuine Hollands Gin, in jugs and baskets,
Genuine Hollands Gin, in glass, green boxes,
Boutelleati & Co.'s Brandy, in glass, one to
Boutelleau it Co.?s Brandy in casks
German Ale and Lager Bier in qts. and pts.
Jeffrey Edinburgh Ale and Stout qts. and pts.
Assorted Clarets very fine to common
Liebfauenmilch & Lanbenheimer Rhine Wines
Small Assortment of Hungarian Wines
Bitters, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns 06 per cent
German and Havana Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar
Fmnty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow containers j
Oal; Doat for Coaster?, j
The above specified Good?, together with a well
Assorted Stock now on hand ex recent arrival?,
are offered for sale in quantities to suit the trade.
jS Orders from
lowest market rates.
the otber Islands
LIFE INSURANCE GO.,
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED STATES.
SAML G. WILDER,
Agtui for l lie Hawaiian lalaada.
FROM CUTTING & CO.'S CELEBRATED FACTORY,
CEASES MOCK TURTLE SOFP. CASES
J ROAST Beef, Cases Boiled Beef, Caws Roast Motton,
Caws Boiled Mutton, Cases Roat Teal. Caes Turkey, Cajs
Chicken, Caws Poarw, rc, c.
For Sale hy BOLLE5 & CO. .
1 GE.E&AL 1SS0T3IEXT OF .
Preserved Meats. Frnits Vegetables.
POR SALE BV
BOLLEtf & CO.
Sperm and Polar OU.
VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. FOR PA IT
IN Qamtltie to 9ait by EOLLE3 k CO
SATMDA V. SEpTEMliKH 4
OUR PARIS LETTER.
1'arss Julv 27th. 17.
- The feciinj and cjlnionsof tl.. Frenchman
who place their country above the ambition of
the pretenders, unaniuivAielj condemn the con
duct of the Aseeml-lv, in accrding itself a prora-
i sation' insteai of vot5ns a Those
deputies who believe that France, and pcrhnr
; the universe, will never be great, glorious, and
i free, till she poscs n Divine Right Monarch, or
I an arbitrary Emperor, are simply in their role,
i in endeavoring hy all means to trip up the Re
: public, depite its being now the law of the land.
; Not m those royalists who votel the Republican
Constitution, convinced opposition '"wa useless,
but who now loud il.tjnsf-lve to rcry I-etiy
: subterfuge to prevent thnt Constitution fcing
applied. Thee tliree chtsse. ut deputies are
after all but putiruis, not patriots; an.i the
. great consolation the disappointed patience and
; go:d sense of the country jopscssp, is the con
! scioueness that when the general election do
j come, a clean sweep will be made of Repwsenla-
tives who abuse their trust, by defying opinion.
! Very little importance is attached to either the
j programme or the promise of n ministry, which
1 possesses neither etatesmanshi'p nor courage. The
Cabinet, only drives the. people, deeper into
Republicanism, in trying to give the cold shoulder
J to the Republic. "Indeed popular opinion accuses
the chief of the miniitry of a desire to entrust the
' new Constitution only to its encmiee, and of being
an Imperialist. A point less open to doubt is,
1 that his political reputation is ruined. Xo one
! in France believes of course the general election?
will take place this year, and those not altogether
! cynical, entertain the same belief for 1870. The
i deputies have non-dissolution on the brain, and
i sacrifice the peace and security of the country, to
the god Hazard, expecting to reap benehta froin
unknown eventualities. All this is intended to
provoke the Republicans to commit, in their
natural disgust at the eituation, excesses, and
then pitch the Constitution to the winds. Rut
the Republicanism of the country, that is to say,
its good sense and patriotism, will still continue i
to be patient, and not less vigilant. It is loves j
labor lost intriguing to restore monarchy, which j
is as dead as a mummy in France. It had its
opportunity, and lost it. The tide was not taken ;
at the floed, or, like the hook of the .Sibyl, where
each unsecured page, was torn and vanished for
ever. To judge how statesmanship has fallen, ;
the leader of the Cabinet advocates the puerility,
that candidates ought not to be allowed to pre- ;
sent themselves before the electors, as lie who i
had the sweetest and most honeyed tongue, would :
obtain the majority. The name politician, would ,
prefer for Senators, all the political maimed, ;
and blind ; crutches and rheumatism; wigs and
gout ; false eyes and chronic constipation ; of ,
men more in want of nurses than of curule chairs. !
This recalls the history of an operation performed ;
by the celebrated Dapuytren, who had bo ampu- ,
tated the patient, that the hospital assistants j
demanded of him, which moiety of the unfortu
nate, was to be carried back toned.
The revenue of the country is on the whole '
good for the first six months of this year; at ;
present the augmentation in receipts is not so ;
satisfactory, and the cause may be largefy traced
to the unsettledness of the political condition of ;
the country. Direct taxes are as punctually
paid, as they are increasingly productive, and the
savings of the country increase each year by one
milliard. Stamps and registration, are product
ive, the former markedly so. The indirect im
posts yield well ; the custom import duties, which
produced in 1809,. only seventy-nine and a half
millions of francs, amounted to one hundred and
forty-four millions in 1874. The tobacco tax
seems to be as inexhaustible as a wizard's hat.
The Post Office returns do not indicate a loss,
but a more moderate scale of tariffs would bring
more grist to the mill. France ought never to
lose sight of a saying of one of her wise statesman :
" Make me good politics and I will guarantee
you flourishing finances."
The Geographical International Exhibition,
being now in sh.'pshape, is becoming appreciated.
Perhaps it is the reigning favorite of the numer
ous exhibitions now open. It is an cthnograph- :
ical gallery, a museum, and a picture salon, and j
is above all, nttvactive by its variety. To traverse i
the variouB talks, is to make a tour of the world, i
in eighty minutes, or eighty hours as the traveler j
pleases. Each country has its own installation,
thus being an exhibition within an exhibition. ,
Russia occupies a large space, the largest perhaps j
next to France. After visiting the 30 or 40 j
rooms devoted to the exhibition, one is not
inclined to ratify Goethe's remark, " that whjch
distinguishes the French, is their ignorance of :
geography." Tho vast military map of France
covers the entire wall of the Gallery of Annals, !
and the ceded territory, poor Alsace, looks like a 1
moral in an apartment destined to record all the ;
gloricB of France. This map occupied 33 years ;
to complete. It is curious to note, that while all
tho chief European nations expose freely their j
military maps, Germany sends none. As a com- j
pensation, however, there are geological map of
Sasony, and statistical charts of Bavaria and '
Prussia ; there are in addition, field glasses and '
photo albums, and portable medicine chests, j
Germany is tnus the least war-like nation in the
world. There is a planisphere that Napoleon I.
had executed for the instruction of his son, the
King of Rome ; the lad never used it. France in
relief by Mile. Kleinhans, is a work of extraordi
nary patience ; she commenced the chain of the
Pyrenees, no less than seven times. Among the
excentric exhibits is a map, " creation corrected
by the creature," and which is appropriately
signed "Asinus." Xavier dc Maistre made an
agreeable voyage around uis room, but an excur
eion through this exhibition will give the visitor
aCr3 " knowledge of the world " in a day, than j
he could obtain irom book9 in year?.
According to true friendship's laws, we" speed
tho parting guest." The buTtan, or " Citoyen ;
Zanzibar," as a republican journal of the purest
water calls him, must be inclined to answer his i
subjects, as did the Doge of Genoa, after visiting !
Louis XIV. at Versailles, respecting what most
surprised him, replied, " to find myself there."
Few sovereigns now a days but are familiar with
railways ; some leave their dominions, and are
relieved from the necessity of talcing a " return
ticket ;" for crowned or to be crowned heads,
there arc now no " extravagant countries," as
Don Cccsar de Bazan would say. The Sultan is j
a vast improvement on the Sbch of bizarre mem- i
ory, who only took pleasure in acrobats and wild I
beast tamers, and who esteemed the best qualifi- j
cation for an able Cabinet Minister, was the j
being able to jump like the circus rider, through
twelve tissue papered hoops in succession. The
Seyyid was most attracted during his visit to the !
Maritime, &c, exhibition, witli a man repairing :
broken China with glue a feat daily to be
witnessed at any street corner in Paris. Hut '
when the present Czar visited the capital in 18G7, ;
was not his greatest amusement to witness the j
changing of the wheels of the tram cars, near the j
entrance of the Champs Elysees? Far different I
waa Fetcr the Great who before the tomb of I
Richelieu in the Sorboiine, exclaimed : Great :
man, had you been born in my States, I would !
have given you the half of my Empire, to learn
from you how to govern the other!" And the ;
ruler of Zanzibar, that might be able to visit us, i
as the Queen of Sheba did Solomon, followed by j
cargoes of incense, myrrh, amber, S.c, assumes I
no higher abject than that of a commercial traveler j
selling coffee for planters. When he visited j
the Gobelins manufactory, the director presented ;
a splendid arm chair for him to rest in ; the '
visitor understood the word present in its literal !
sense, and the splendid article of furniture, des- j
tined as a gift for the Empress of Austria, becomes
thus perhaps the throne for the Zanzibar dynasty.
When the Sultan visited the National Printing '.
Office, he was not honored like other royal folks ; j
the director never put a press in motion to 6trike 1
off a page of the Koran, in Arabic or Turkish, ;
before his eye. When Pius VII. visited the i
establishment, a copy of the Lord's prayer, in all I
the then known dialects of the world, was partly
printed and completely bound, while he waa ;
making the tour of the building. The Shah even ;
was presented with an address in Persian, quite
dripping, only it was printed upside down.
It was Queen Victoria, who in 1355 eet the i
fashion for monarchs to make pilgrimages to j
Paris; the saddest was that of Maximilian Jn j
13C4, and the mret humorous that of thp King of
Spam in lb-Go. When iu 1771, the future
Gustaviis III., Kin,; cf wct Jen. ouaie U Iri,
he upfd with In Dubarry. and presented her
dz, with a red uiorvcco cllar, garnished with a
buckle atul iirg in precious stones, to which was
attached a chain, a yard ljiig. and iuijd 1
rabie. In May, 13, two months bcU-re the
revolution, Ferdinand II. arrived cu a visit to his
brother-in-law, tl Duke of Orleans : a great Ui'l
wa given in hi? honor at the Palais Royal, where
originated the expressive and prophetic m.-Zof M.
de Salvandy, " we dance upon a volcano." !
Some gentlemen arc inpioring that a Brummel,
an Orsay, or a M-tik would ap pear, and restore j
green cloth coats and metal buttons. The blue j
coat and brats button is not vet a extinct as
the dodo ; many old gentlemen wear it at evening
parties, and during spring many nnre patronize
it as vigorously as tltey would an orange wreath
and tulle. This blue coat was ever the rule at the
scrap partie at the Tuilerie. and in many casih-
throughout France, gmtlertienV dinner dr i '
blue cloth lined with white patin.
In reference to the known rage of Frenchmen
fur dect rations the Sultan during his .short vi?it
was besieged with applications for .uh, although j
be is innwnt of all orders a gvxt story is told
of Dumas k, who had a m uiv decorations as
Prince Esterhazy or Saldmho. buiims confided
the care of his decorations to his plate-boy, and
when the silver had to pass to cvervlodv's "uncle,
the decorations wore thrown into a box. In this j
state they accompanied him to Naples, and invited j
to a court ball, he found the ribbons of the deeo- '
rations faded, so he strung all the jewelry on his
watch chain ; during the evening this chain
became a burden, o he placed the lot in his coat
tail pockets, and was only reminded of the fact,
when fitting down," the decorations broke up like
M. Chaillo Luig-Rey, a Frenchman and Colonel
in the Egyptian army, made a voyage, at the
request ol the Khedive, as far as Niam-Niam, in
the interior of Africa. He was absent twenty-five
months. The countries he passed through, he
found to be peopled, .sometimes with well-shaped
negroes, and occasionally tribes of dwarfs recall
ing the Aztecs of Mexico. One King received
him, and decapitated thirty of his subjects in
honor of the visitor, presenting him also with a
dozen of his wives, which he declined with thanks.
He accepted, however, the p-rescnt of a boy and
a girl, the latter agreeing to accompany him, on
condition that he i would not cat her." It
appears there are cannibal tri'es, and so only,
having no other animal food. The Roy and his
horse were taken for a centaur.
The coadjutor mayor of Blaye died in February
last, and directed by his will, that the epitaph
which he drew up, should be engraved on his
tombstone; one sentence of which set forth that
he was " a victim of the coup d'etat of 1851 ;"
the authorities have ordered the political part of
the epitaph to be removed.
An interesting office has been opened convenient
to the northern railway terminus, where passen
gers can hire a private waiting room by the hour.
The chamber is fitted up as a dressing room,
where the ephemeral tenant can write his letters,
repose and smoke ; can have his luggage placed
in the train, his ticket taken for him, and no
refreshments supplied, only what he may order
from any neighboring restaurant.
The Tribunal has decided a very knotty point
and ever a subject of litigation ; the proprietors
of the public river baths are held responsible,
like hotel keepers, for the property of all persons
patronizing their establishments.
One of the largest mansions near the new opera
is permanently shut up since some years; the
owner, on the death of his wife, made all the
servants follow her remains, with their luggage
to her grave ; since then no mortal has crossed
his threshold. He receives all his purchases
through a window, and he never takes a walk
A man of resectable appearance, recently
committed suicide with a hand-saw ; be certain
carpenter's tools will now become fashionable for
A mad dog was killed a lew days ago by tpe .
guaru ueiorc tnc step ot tnc Assembly ; it is
believed the poor animal stopped to listen to the
The Romans it appears pass their dead season,
by living on unripe fruits and uncooked vege
tables. Parisians enjoy the dog days like Dives.
Collections are still actively going on for the
distressed at Toulouse ; a Paris dentist offers to
give half of his fees for three months, and a
nurseryman, 1,000 trees to plant the mountain
side, as a barrier against futuro showers, &e.
An old bachelor says, n melon is like woman ;
you must examine one hundred before finding
The Prince de Joinville, on his return once
from a voyage round the world, presented tho
complete toilette of a South Sea Island Queen, in
a kind of snuff-box, to his family at the Tuileries;
ou opening the box it was found to contain, a
pair of ear-rings and two sandals. The Emperor
Solouque's cavalry, had for regimentals, but a
stand-up collar, and a pair of spurs.
Tiie LADIES of the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
THAT TIIF. V K K S I fj N K l HAS
PER "LEGAL TENDER,'
-A.il Elecrant Line of
I 11 II. V' L H Mlilr IV 1 la F
LIU I L.l (V UIILII11L.M ilIlUL ll.lllU
OF A I.I. KIMs.
H ''". j'i' "jti'iOi'itif Of' tfoilciiif'nsJilft
i-iinnOt b: (:??'-.
The Children's Ware
ARE SOMETHING F.I.F.LAM.
THESE UOOIs WILL BE SOLI AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
ALSO JUST TO HAND .
LADIES' WHITE KID SLIPPERS.
.ml If. ijoit fi'f i' j'Cjfut!j iiii'i(:il to
' nuluiK t!CC (jOOili fliul j"'?.'' JO i'
Erery pair plainly market.
Honolulu, July 1, UTS. i0M
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THING of run kind in Tin: city.
BBIS. (OiniMA RIVER SALMON !
SEASON 1875, No. I.
200 l.ll. Knc-b, mi KMllr LOW I'UICKH.
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C. R. SALMON BACKS !
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Tw llnntlrr.1 InnU Knrh Ml I1I.OO,
A Few Bbls. C.R.Salmon!
. 1. '200 l.Um. rnrh.SriiMa IriH.M.
tUf Iw Vtler mt 0.
Bujers are respectfully requested to call and
examine for tbcmselTCS.
XT Onlrrs from the TraJr, Citj, and IilanJ grn-rlljr
rrctrulty nolicitptl and promptly flllrj.
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LUMBER, LUMBER I
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Boards, Flanks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
noons, wi.TO'8 aid mm
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR PLANTATION VfK
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WnEELWRIOHT AMD PLANTATION I ff.
WHITE EASTERN PINE
HOARDS AM PLANKS.
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Tortolvlifll. Frailer nd SIIK l'an. '
SamUl Vfnd. Iroiy. Torlolarahrll, and l.a.
qurrod W'nro ul nil d'tH-ripiWui.
l"lo'--il Va-M-ii if nil alfn nd i1'iv.
Silver Wiin'. Wry fint.
Whlio Mailing of v-iy fincul rpmliiy,
Whilo Coniittct Malili.2 No. I and J.
Akoortt! (adored MatiiH. Nm. 1 und ?,
4'nniplmr Wonil TruiiUa in Nt n-l quitliiy,
t'amplior Wood Trutik in NrMa No. I,
Campbor 'ool TrnnLa In Nrla Nv J,
M uiil.i liic l.ril fjiiiiliiy and or all pn n.
IIAPKI.TS !" VI i:V FINK HKCAKFAST TIM f
I'k hci veil liinji-r uinl 1,'liow Clu.t.
Sl IJAi: MATS. SlNijl.i: ani muiu:
TEAS, all of tho new season I
Souchong iu Clirtti, ll. paclagrt,
Iljaon, la 21b. Ixnct,
Oolong of fry au prrior quality.
rnnsciivEu oinucr anu mow chow, '
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