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. HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JANUARY 29, 1S70.
VOL. XX--NO. 31.
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Dear and 1.1-aal dea.1 onea, can J oi look anl liaten
To the anl th tnuning d'.a-n kcre belov ?
Duea it make JiacorJ in th hymoa of Heaven
The aiacorj that iwigXra in Che lit? you uwrl to knew
When we pray cut prajrra t lUe great (Jl alove you,
D the erh'j of our praying ever glance aaiiie your way ?
Lj you know ihe thing we aak for, aoj wiah that you could
You whuae bvarta at beil with wiahiiig, In your own little
Arc your eara deaf with praiaea. you bteaaed ilea. I of Heaven,
And your eyea MinJ with glory, that you cannot see our
If you iiw, if you hear J, you would we;p among the acigeLi,
And the praiaea and the glory would be fur you in vain.
Yet fie liatena to our praying, the great God of pity,
Aa lie fllla with pain the meaaure of our life'a little day,
Could He bear to ait and ahine there on hi while throne in
But that He aeca the end, while we only aee the way 7
" Smothered Venus " 19 a California dih in
ej'ite of iti name it id only a bee To teak and onions.
A Kiowa Indian recently created a sensation in
Clay county, Tex., by offering to trade even with
a Mr. Stratton bis old pony for the farmer's
Concerning the engagement of a pastor by a
church in Kentucky, a member writes: We
have secured his services for the ensuing year at
the salary of $100, and are looking forward for
Inebriated gentleman who has fallen down a
.light of btairs in a Sacramento street lodging
h iuue to another who offers to help him up :
YYbarzcuse elobbcrin' 'round a fella'? I alius
come down stairs that way !"
They tell of a Kentucky schoolmaster who had
Lis wife for a pupil, and found it necessary to
chastise her one day. Next day a notice appeared
on the door, saying : "School closed for one week
schoolmaster is ill."
'Tia aweet to ait at eventide
Home willin female form beside,
And, love-like purr and snicker ;
To feel, whatever devilish arts
Are auud'ring other kindred hearts,
You two are growing thicker.
A Detroitcr who didn't exactly know how to
get a letter registered, Bent some money away the
other day, and he wrote on thecnveloe: "Regis
tered with a two-dollar bill inside." Fearing
that this might not be strong enough, one of his
friends wrote: ''I'll swear that 1 saw Jim put
two dollars in this." The man who fools with
that letter will get into trouble.
There is one thing American which 'ltrnyson
much affeeta and that is the fragrant weed. Z'He
poet id described by a recent interviewer as sal-low-complcxioced,
iron-gray us to his hair, ancient
as to his clothes, ani much devoted to a short,
black pipe filled with Virginia tobacco. Think
of such a man writing to Maud or any other girl
to come into tho garden." lie's outlived such
When it was not as popular as now to have
colored people in the Boston churches, a colored
woman presented herself for admission to Dr.
Baldwin's church, in that city. An influential
member was greatly opposed to admitting her, and
intimated that he did not know as he would
cure to go to heaven if it was full of negroes.
Up to this time the candidate had not spoken.
She modestly said : Well, brudder, you go to
hell you find dem dar, too."
An old lady in Ohio lost the companion with
whom sho had jogged for many years. She neg
lected to mark the spot of his burial by even a
stone. Not long after coming into possession of
a small legacy, a sister cf the deceased said to her :
I suppose you will now put up 6 tones for
Daniel?" Her answer was a settler. "If the
Lord wants anything of Daniel at the roserrection.
1 guess he can find him without a guide-board."
A Massachusetts girl left her band-box at a
depot in Nashua, N. II., to be forwarded to her.
When she was miles away, the baggage-man
looked at the direction. It was occult. It was
to be sent, this band-box, to " Kria (lun. Mass."
Baggage-man couldn't make it out. He called
in several Massachusetts men, but they couldn't
help him. Then in despair, he applied to an old
pot; (office clerk, who read it in a minute : " Aycr
Junction, Mass." It was like a conundrum, easy
enough if you only knew.
May it please your honor, this is a stupen
dous question. Its decision by you, this day,
will live in judicial history long alter you and I
shall have passed from this scene of earthly glory
and sublunary vanity; when the tower of Pisa
shall be forgotten; when Waterloo and Borodino
shall grow dim in the distant cycles of receding
centuries; when the names of Eugene, Marl
borough and Napoleon are no longer remembered;
when the pyramids of the Pharaohs shall have
crumbled into dust; when the hippopotamus
shall cease to inhabit its native Nile; when our
own rock-ribbed territory shall no more grow
three-hundred pound squashes; even then your
ruling upon this demurrer will still survive in
the antique volumes of legal lore as fresh, green
and imperishable as a Big Thompson grass-hopper
or a Colorado potato-bug."
Talk about women having no voice in politics!
There was " Fanny Lear," alias " the Phoenix,"
alias Miss Blackford, the beautiful but bad
daughter of the American clergyman, who went
to Russia, turned tho head of the iio-bility, and
became the mistress of the nephew of the Czar.
Having bad a quarrel with her imperial lover
she comes to Paris and publishes his love letters
to her, in ono of which he speaks of the Suez
Canal, the road which our soldiers will some
dav follow to take India from the English." All
rest, Mr. Disraeli, the Premier of Great
Britain. He reads the nbove sentence of the Bus-
eian Prince, works one eye, says "aha!" and
straightway sends a man down to buy Egypt's
canal shares from tho Khedive. Russia is fore
stalled, France furious, England jubilant, all on
account of the bautiful American and her book.
The Cleveland Leader inquires: Is there a moral
in all this, or not?
IIetekoi-ulmv. Ilcterophemy is the new pseu
donym of old Aphasia. People afflicted with
this Greek tangle-tongue are apt to forget what
they wish to say, and say something else. A
aoupe in a threatre whose sole duty it was to say
" Stand aside and let the coffin pass !" exclaimed
in his embarrassment, " Stand aside and let tho
parson cough !" A more extreme case if not a
loonier one. is that of the excited messenger who
rashed into the State House when the steamboat
Oliver Ellsworth exploded with fatal results, and
yelled to the astonished presiding officer: "Sister
Meeker and lembers of the megismature ! The
Elicer Ollsicorth has biled her buster." Henry
Clay also once participated in a funny scene of
the kind of aphasia which is caused by diffidence.
Passing through Rochester when politics ran high
be waTsarrouded by a committee from the rural
districts wishing 10 tender their allegiance and
homage. "Mr. Clay, sir!" said the red-haired,
raw-boned spokesman. "We honor you as the
man who had rather be President than to be right! '
lay smiled, the bystanders giggled, and the ora
tor saw he had made a mistake. " Mr. Clay !"
ha began again, "Sir, we honor you as tho man
who had rather be be President than to be
right." "Yes, yes, yes!" shouted Clay gayly,
"1 know what you mean. Glad to see you!"
and be waa introduced and "shook" all round.
EDWARD T. O'HALLORAN,
fTTOKNKV AXI) SO I.l ITO It . IS .4 r-
TH0H1KU to ii-nd fr.m 1 1) to ln,'WO :n M rlic- rf
Frit-holi!, at lowest ral'-s of I iilT'-t . J V A-nts in London,
arxl in all urn of Australia.
OFi lCK t.n Fort Str.-et. (oj.i.-.s:te Mr. Ira Itichnr Isn's
Store) Honolulu. j it
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
At Juil'0 J..tis' (JlTi .e, Merchant ?t.
II.I.S AM DEBTS COLLKI'TKU,
I Kl Dorurnents drawn. Copy in?, l:ook Kevpin?,
Morttraires, alrg and Leases of Ilou- ami
L.md'i negotiated, and Cineral Com
de2i missions carefully cx.-c-utd. lm
aTiOXFKCTIOXKIl. NO. 4 it HO I KI. 1 .,
next door to C. K. Wiiliama. Honolulu. d-ja
W. G. IRWIN & Co.,
PLANTATION AND INSCKANCK AUKNT3.
no!3) Honolulu, 1U. My
BROWN & CO.,
M POUTERS A NO DEALERS IX A I.ES.
WINKd AND SF1U1TS, AT U llUl.r-.-.i L,r..
9 Merchant Street, InO ly Honolulu, II- 1.
THOS. G. THRUM,
ST 4TIOXKK. NEWS DEALER AND
) BOOK BINDKU, Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
QEXERAI. COMMISSION AOENTS
A S. CLKOIIOUN.
JNl). H. SV1TU1KS.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
UKTAIL DEALKKS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumar.u Sts.,
o9 ly Nuuanu St., and Corner Fort and Hotel bts.
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
UOCERY, FEED STORE AND 1IAKERY,
Corner of King anu tort cireeis
Honolulu. II. I.
CHULAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry flood. Also, con
stantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Kice.
02 Nuaa-.u Street, Honolulu. 1?
W. F. ALLEN,
WILL CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MERCHANDISE and SHU'l'lNU ItLSIN L. at the
above port, where he is 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. (auvS ly) FIHKWOOD ON HAND
LEWERS & DICKSON,
DB A I
BALERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
Materials. Fort Street.
THOS. G. THRUM,
ENGRAVER ON COLD. SILVER. BRASS,
IVORY, &c, &c.
STENCIL CUTTER IN PLANTATION,
business and Name Plates lv
wWgIjhong TAI & CO.,
ONOLULU BAKERY. CORNER IF
IMS King ami Maumikea streets y
FISCHER & ROTH,
ERCII A NT TAILORS. 38 FORT ST.,
Honolulu, II. I-
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX HARD
WARE, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils, aud (leneral
987 No. 95 King Street, Honolulu. ly
IMPORTERS, WHOL ES A LE AND RETAI L
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats Furnishing Goods, Ladies' and
UenU' Roots and rtln-s Yankee Notions, A-c, kc.
Capt. Snow's Building. N-. -0 Merchant St. Honolulu. 9S7 ly
WILDER & CO.,
CUCCESSORS TO DOW SET C 4i CO.
Corner Fort and Qaeen Sts.
Dealers in Lumber. Paints, Oil, Nails, Salt, and Building
9S4 Materials, of every kind. ly
S. B. DOLE
ATTORNEY AT LAW. OFFICE OVER
Kichardson's Store, corner of Fort and Merchant Streets
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Late Janion, Green & Co.)
IM PORTER AND COMMISSION M ER
CII AN T. AGENT FOR
Lloyds' and the Liverpool Underwriters, Northern As-urance
Company, and British and Foreign Marine Insurance
Fire Proof Buildings, Kaahumanu and Queen Sts. ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN DRY
Goods and Clothing, Hats and Caps, Furnishing Goods, kc.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR PULV A.I HIDES !
9s3 Fort Street. Honolulu, II. I. ly
0. S. BARTOW,
UCTIONEER, SALESROOM ON O.UKKX
Street, one door from Kaahumanu.
J. PORTER GREEN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
OFFICE, next door to Dr. II. Stangenwald, Merchant M.
A TTORXKV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
NOTARY PUBLIC and gent for taking Acknowledg
ments or Instruments for the Island of Oahu.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, II. I. 975 ly
A POTII EC A R V A ND D R U CJ G I S T
Ccrner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Keeps open every SATURDAY EVENING. 97fi ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. 17" Leiiktrl's Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. Cobskb or Fort and Mkbchast Strelts. 973 ly
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
Bills promptly collected.
TM PORTER AND DEALER IX HOOTS.
JL Shoea. Fine Clothing, Furnishing Goods,
Corner of Fcrt and Merchant St. ly Jlonulu.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION' M EU-
Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. -sl
" CASTLE & COOKE,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN GEN
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
977 No. 60 King Street, Honolulu, H. I. ly
BOLLES & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise. Queen Street
Honolulu, Hawaiian Inlands.
Agents for the Kaanakakai. Maunalua and K.ikaako Salt
677 Works. ly
C. R. MOFFITT, M. D.
CJURCEOX, LATE U.S. A.
Ofllce In Wallnku. Maui.
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
(S-iccessors to C. L. I:U:hards 3c Co.)
CJIIIP CIIAXDI.KRS AM CKXKRAl.COM-
7 MIsfloN SlEUCllASXr. Honolulu, Ilawai.an Iilaud.
E. P. ADAMS,
4 UCTIO.VKEUAXn COMMISSION M KR
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
K. Ft. F 1:1 EL.
R. W. LA1SK.
FRIEL & LAINE,
CiROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS,
A Family Grocery and Feed Store,
32 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ut.J J j
AFONG & ACHUCK,
IM PORTE RS, W HO LES A LE AND R ET A I L
Dealers in General Merchandise. Fire-proof Store, Nuua
nu Streets. jj8 lT
S. C. ALLRS. 0DIS30S.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
i LUMBER and all kindsof BUILDING MATERIALS,
Pair.ls, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
a;ents for schoosf.rj
PAUAIII, ACTIVE, MARY ELLEN, F. QUEEN, CILAMA.
,ie4) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (ly
E. 0. HALL &"S0N,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARE, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, aad General Merchandise.
no20 Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
fr in Clothins. Boots. Shoes. Hats. Men's F'urnishing and
Fancy Goods. (no2u ly) No. 11 Kaanumanu St. lionoiuiu.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL"
ers in Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes,
aid every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich, Makee's
no iO Block, Queen Street. lyfj
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF GENTS CLO
THING, II ATS, BOOTS AND SHOES, &c.. also Ladies
Fancy Goods, Hats, Gaiters, etc., No. 17 Nuuanu Street,
G2 iy Honolulu, 11. I.
C. BREWER & CO.,
COMMISSION AXI) SHIPPING MER
CHANTS. Honolulu, Oahu, (sc4 ly) Hawaiian Islands.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IM pORTCR AND DEALER IN GENERAL
sci Queen Street,
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
ERAL SHIPPING AGENT,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS i COMMISSION AGENTS.
Wholesale Dealers in General Merchandise.
9J!)J Queen St., next to the Office of J. I. Dowsett, Esq. ly
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES IIISOLD BUSINESS IN THE
Fire-proof building, Kaahumanu Street,
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars,
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to
fine watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses silvered and adjusted. Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
993 hand and for sale. ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
ONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW BILLS OF EXCHANGE ON
The Bank of California San Francisco
Messrs. Lees Si Waller New York
Trcmont National Bank Boston
Oriental Bank Corporation....... London
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, kc, kc. 992 ly
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 5 NUUANU STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Sheet Iron & foppenvare !
Kep Constantly on Hand
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE!
Calvaiiieri Iron and Lead Pipe,
India Rnbb,-r Hose, &r., &e.
v3 McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
' ' Kaahumanu St., II. I-, opposite Godfrey Rhodes.
M. T. DONNELL,
IMPORTER AMD MASCFACTrRER OF
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
Suitable to this market.
Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de.
' 1 scriptin
ions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at StiandSS Kins hi reel
J. M. OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
OLD CUSTOM HOUSE, FIRE-PROOF BUILDING.
On the Wharf, toot or uuanu Mreet, llono
lulu, II. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvanized Clues and Thimbles.
Fluff of nil l-or iplionn tun do nul rrpalrcil.
Thankful for past patronage, we are prepared to execute all
orders ia our line, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
(j-UCCEJ-SOR TO JOHN SKILL )
3VE N- O II I3NJIST
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fm viii nr:tMi.i in r i uriiiT- in np ' j
2rJ LOCK, (U .V & CKNFRAL EKP.UR L1XK
He will give special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
ulating Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, Blacltuilhitix Ac
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
(ians. Pistols, Sliot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Arc, Arc.
Sewinc Machin' Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
17 F.e-U Machine Twist. JH
COLS AC.KST IN TUTS KINGDOM POT.
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
fft OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
K3J Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop at
1 ' the old stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
FISCHER & WICKE,
CABINET MAKERS. HOTEL STREET,
n xt door to Streha's Drug Store.
Furniture made and Repaired at Reasonable Kates.
Billiard Tables P.epaired and Altered. Pianos moved, &c.
ICT Orders from the other Islands will be promptly at
tended to. - : iy
J. T. CHAYTER,
SHIP & GENERAJ- BLACKSMITH IN G
bop net to the Cu.tom Iiou.e.
Ship Work made a Specialty,
Having every appliance lor doing aui h work.
All kiu.U of Blncloiuiibiiitf. cither fraiu
Ship, or Shore,
will lie prcmptly executed, and on the roost reasonable terms
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM ENGINES, SUGAR
Mills, Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead
Machinery of Every Description made
Particular Attention jhiUI to Ship's Ll'tcksmilhing
Job Work executed on the shortest Lotiee. au7 ly
A ijud( un jiiuj lvt
qifAa "!'! iH -JJ- u ajHAUunu
oj p.ue.l.ud si jHij.isqns am .fjappv 'O '3
DI oqi i uopuoq ui.uj pjjpjo X3)
mil (I H S V II ;) II 1 .1 OVIAVII
'S100.I1B STTT31 PTI 1.TO..T
'ddlUX H "d
P. 1. BROWS
LEWIS & BROWN,
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS, (f)
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu. V
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing-& Carriage Work
Sailillc mid Harness .linker,
KIJVG STREET, HONOLULU.
Harness. Saddle & Shoe Leath
er, CousUntly on Maud.
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. au7 ly
J. U. BUCX-. H. GRl'BR.
J. H. BRUMS & CO.,
DKIiLKIVBTO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
' that they have pun-has -d the entire stock in trade of
trie ute James c. Lewis, ana tnat they will continue to carry
. on the Business of
Coopering and Gauging,
At the Old Stand on KING STREET, near the Bethel, until
further notice. Aud also.
At Xe. 22 Fori Street.
Where they trill be found Prepared to Execute all
Orders in their line.
Casks, Kerosene Oil Containers
FOR TALLOW, Etc., Etc., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Honolulu, June 12, 1875. 99i ly
Ship and General Blacksmith,
Shop on the Judd Wharf, nest to the Old Custom
All work In my line will be executed with dispatch and
O" All orders from the other islands will be carefully at
Horse-Shoeing and Carriage Repairing!
REDWOOD ! !
REDWOOD ! ! !
'MI E UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR
1 SALE at Robinson's Wharl, in quantities to suit pur
chasers the Cargo ol Redwood Lumber
IV O W li A IV I 1 1 G
FROM HUMBOLDT !
Consisting of :
1 In. SURFACED REDWOOD BOARDS,
1 1-2 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
1 1-4 In. Surfaced Redwood Boards,
I- 2 In. Surfaced Redwood Planks.
1x6 In. Tongued & Grooved R. W. Flooring
I I- 4x6 In. T. & G. R. W. Flooring,
1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
1 1-4 In. Rough Redwood Boards,
2 In. Rough Redwood Plank,
4x4 Rough Redwood Scantling,
4x6 Rough Redwood Scantling,
6x6 Rough Redwood Scantling.
8x8 Rough Redwood Scantling,
1-2x3 Redwood Battens,
"FATES" SUP. REDWOOD SHINIES!
ALLEN & ROrjUMh Via. j
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Us lisl HI2
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I'luicwiN to mi? l.nvmptit I
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A GENT II r r ui r a UonrJ of L'udrrwrilera,
Agrul Drr.drn IJonr.l of I itdrrwr Iters,
Agrul Vieaiin Uunril of I'si Jrrwt Hera.
Claims iint Insurance Companies within the jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will have to be cert. Bed
to by the Agent to make them valid. jali ly
THE URITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATES. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
iprviany advantageous ititu. II. IAlti,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Polities
gy THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims or Losses settled with promptitude.
"- ly TJI KO. lL DAVIES, Agent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS
f 1H E UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
JL Boston Board of Underwriters, iiotifv Masters of Veinrls
and others that all bills for Repairs ou Vessels, and all bills
lor ueneral Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
an surveys, or sucn tuns will not be allowe.1.
bMy C. BREWER & CO., Agents
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
'DUE UNDERSIGNED. AGENTS OF THE
above Company, have been authorized to insure risks on
Curgo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all ports of Ihe world, and vice versa.
n6 ly H. HACKFELD & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, One Million Prussian Thalers
rflMlE UNDERSIGNED HAVING IIEEN
V appointed Agents of the above Company are now ready to
Issue Politic against Iiiks of Fire, on Cnildliifrs,
Mrrrhnuiline anil Furuilnre.
on terms equal to those of other respectable companies.
Losses paid for and adjusted here.
For particulars apply to
olS tf II. HACKFELD h CO., Agents.
1 1 A M II U H (J 1 1 - H R K M V. N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
flMIE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
JL ApiK-inted Agents of the above Company. are prepared
to insure risus against nre on stone ana urick Uuilumgt
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
o2 1y F. A. SCHAEFER A- CO.
UNION INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF SAX FRANCISCO.
TMC A. It I rXT "E2 . INCORPORATED, 18C5.
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents
o2 ly FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INS. CO.
OF BOSTON, MASS.
Thirly-oue Yenra Slnnditis!
Policies Issued on the most favorable Terms.
The Greatest Risk taken on a Life, $20,000.
Surplu distributed among fr member
CASTLE Sc COOKE, AGENTS
o2 FOR THE HAW'N ISLANDS. ly
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
CAPITA L 2,000.000
Accumulated mid Iavealeil Fuud. 2,838,118
riMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN A P
1. POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insire 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
under repair. ys4 ly ED. lUrrsCIILAEGElt k CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for the Hnrrniinn lalnnda.
A mh7 ly C. BREWER & CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for the Hnwniinti lalnnda,
mli7 ly C. BREWER At CO.
"taJOTICE. MASTERS OF VESSELS VIS
lf 1TING 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 us.
931 ly C. BREWER CO.
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
X3" 33 "757"
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED STATES.
SAML G. WILDER,
972 tf Agent for the llttwiillnu lalnuda.
ALSO. A SMALL INVOICE OF
FINE BUTTON and CONGRESS
PHILADELPHIA BOOT & SHOE STORE.
Corner of Fort and Merchant Sta.
- v-.tareue i'at.er. i- .....
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
4 GEXTS FOR THE
WAIMFA TAN S FRY.
imoi:i:i: .him., i.aiiai...
fAMPllEI.L X TI'llTOX, Proprietor.
.s i rviii oi pugar ol uiti. r uuatii t . now r. u, nir n.
f. r sale li ijuantitiet . suit y
'r U II ACK I'FLD k CO.
IVA1M KP, .MAUI.
For Sle by
C R O P OF I S 7 3
C. BKLlU ll A Co.,
A pent i.
VA I Ii A IMI IMi A A 'IM T I OA !
H. Coriinrll, Pronrielor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
. Plantation fr sale in lots to suit purt-baM-rs. Apply to
I'LirPALAKITA, 31 AUI.
CROP OF IS75-SI GAR A. MOLASSES.
"J For ale by V. BREW ER A- Co., Agents.
Pure Bred Ajl. sbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkey.
KIXU STREET, HONOLULU. i.J ly
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
F. V. D U X X E. &
NCI AXU STREET. y
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY!
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
Ill LOT. MEDIUM AND NAVV IIREAD.
always on hand and made to order.
l.vo, lfrr. Sht and JJuWr IVatkert,
JENNY LIND CAKE.. Ac.
SHIP IIREAD RE1IAKED on the short, it notice.
FAMILY BREAD, ma.le of the Bent Floor, baked daily and
always on hand.
N. B.RIIOIVN BREAD OF THE REST QUALITY
J. MOAN AULI
Offers For Pale
Heel", Mutton. Venl, Snlmou K I'lib,
at Ihe FI?II MARKET PTALIJ. Nos. IH. 19,20,21. at the
LAjwt-ai market nates, rieaae ;iv uie a call. USU ly
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
flOXSTAXTLY ON II AND AND FOR S A LE,
irom i ne well-known
WAIHRA TANNERY C. NOTI.KV.
By (841y) A. 8. CLEGHORN k CO., Afenta.
8AWUMN SOIP WORKS
r;l:r . . -- --v.''
- - if-
r K E Y A: CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
Leleo, King Streets Honolulu.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted !
Ordera Left nl Irn Riehnrdaon'a Root nnd
Shoe Store will sneel with prompt
935 A llendnnee. ly
THE HAVAIIAN HOTEL I
f.IIE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE XO
L pains to make this
QXtEG-ANT XX OTB1
First-Class in Every Particular !
BOOHS CAN BE HAD CY TIIK MtllT OB UU K !
with or without board.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
90 PCBLIC MEETING.1", OR SOCIETIES. ly
JEFFREY & CO.'S
IX PINTS AND 1 I A R T S .
mTOKWEGIAN ALE IN OUAUTS AVII
German Ale, Ky brand, in fjjarls an I pints.
Holland Gin, stone Jai in baskets,
Strong Rum, in barrels ; Alcohol in Ting
Clarets of iLffer'-nt 'pulilies.
LI EH F R A U E N MILCH.
. . in fitone Jurs.
FOR SALE T.V
87 II. HACKFELD AV 0.
TO GRAZIERS. DAIRY MEN & BUTCHERS.
FOR SALE IV LOTS TO SI IT I'llUIIlslCS,
The I-Ievcl ofCatilo
t.f.nn:.,w A.t.. rJ . l. I.l. .....
fc-a " - - 'w r,. ii. itiiVH, now runiiing
This Herd eon-l-ls of ?;o Head, or TlirrfibonH,
I.AIIGE AND f-M ALL,
of which 100 more or less ar M ilklnu f ill broken
in.-Tl.e remainder, fcleers, II- ifrr, "l CaVt.
rrsofThe Estkte: ' " l'l"er of ' Adoitotatr
u7 XCllN. I
' Q as. i t Oixjaii. 7 1 im rIA r-itSS3GiAfiJ!eiW
IT AJverliarrs reaKlinf la th "faalera t'mud "talea, raa
pay fr their card I ty rttrkwiig tirerttatkt of t'blt4 aUala
Puataf Vtaicpa f r such tawul a they wi.b la pa a4 tkalr
cards will l Inarrtvd at per abovt UM, fur U Ua. pvl4 fur.
Ir DuaiooM Card, when rairaip rot a tiaa, ara
avowed a Jiacxiul froa theaa ral.s, hirh ar La UaMlral
adiertiariu. itts l,o pai-l ae rkaigrj qaartrtly,
INDIA RIC22 IVTIIjiIji,
3lSl(i k I UKMOM STS., SIN I RAM 1SCO, CiL
flllE INDIA RICK MILL HAVING IM'Ett.
1 MtSK Matrtial laupruv. surcU. la now la Perhrrt Cundl
tioo for the
111 LLIXG AMI DRESSIXG OF Mil'
Iu the Beat Poaslld Maonrr. Tha piU-a fur IttLTUlNO AKO
DKErtilNO PADDY has been lied or ed IO Per Osl
PADDY AND HULLED RICE 1
Will Ilfcrivt Prtnnpt and Cartful Attention.
WM M. ORIENW tK'D,
Gmeral ComDilaaioa Merchant and Pr-iriHor of India Ric
A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding; & Commission Merchant
IDS FRONT rTRKr.T, CORNER CLAY,
Particular atlentlon paid to Coiislf tiwrnU ! Islanil Pradasa
i. 'I m
J. BECIITINGER, M. D.,
or rue i sivaaairv ir !,
1ATE PIIVSICIANTO THE IIAIlKIti n r
A tl.r (Iran. I isi.r of t arol. Iiaa tka b la itnoanea to
ilia liihabitauta of Iha roublrr vlatttnsj Calirornla thai ba baa
lately oiened Ida Inalilula. lis rei. tfully ralla atlnlnM. ta
the.Mil advaiitaers alil.h li rs If A only Inaa apclal
Eyo, Ear and Throat DIboubob,
but al.o Irom rtUuslva and varied Hrlenc In Iba Ireal-
mrnt iA tha ailments tHM-ullar ia Ihe different Irrpkial nuun.
trM-a be has vl.iuM aiiiea nil visit In litis) klngdota tm yrars
Ko. IJ- Kratta Itsi.ub, Uaakita, friaia, lloLLaauiaa,
raitMcu asii Kmoi.ish.
Eye, Ear and Throat Inatlinir. Fraa-
No. 704 Pacramento yirarl, Craer Kearny. oi-ai 6a
SHIPPING V COMMISSION MKItfJIIANT
2M Front M., near l abloruia M., Baa traatilaoa Cal.
G a M I'-wland, New Bedfonl. C Brewer ft Co., UuaUa.
I 11 BartUtt and Pot.f, ivta . lata, rrovmerwa,
Win II CriK), " K A Haurlac, rirtlt national
au7 Oiu nana, n. .
DoasLa MiOiksv ,
KsiaaTB M set as?
I Portia ud, 0.
CORBITT & MACLEAY,
Importer, Wholesale Grocers anil
Shippers and Sealers of Oregon Product
MAX FRANCISCO I
Ottleo IOH ColltorsiU Hi reel.
1 3 ti aid 1ft Front, and lUlt IS Flral Hi.
W. rr Ral.ton. Ksa.. Bank of California San Franclaoa
Chas. dello, Esq. President 8. F. a IMIugar Co. faa Fratielaeo
Messrs. Cross a Uo.. ............ .. ........ ..aaa sraaii.ea
Messrs. Ladd a Tlllon, llankiw Portland, Or. oa
Bank of British Columbia ......Portland, Orraa
Messrs. L. Goldsmith a Co Portland, Oroa
Corbllt, Falllnf a Co Portland. Orrfoa
Messrs. Bishop at Co., UanSers iioouiuia
Conalgntaienlaor laland Prodae Sollellod.
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping & Commission Merchant!,
Xo. 2 I H California Hlrrel,
CONSTANTLY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP (imiEli, L SHIP STORES.
For Sole hr 1IOLLKW . C'O.
PER FALKINBURG, THIS DAY I
FROM PORTLAND, 0., DIRECT.
II A It R KLS COLUM nl A RIVFIl
tfALMoN, Kilra No. I quality. Abu, Half
Barrels ditto, ditto,
ai,t, ivjw, mid iniirvjimi-r:it
au7 For Pat by B0I.H.8 a CO.
JUST RECEIVED PROM TAHITI KX
brl( W. 11. ALLr.N,
Superior Iron AVood,
rr Will burn longer aud glv rrealrr heal thaa any atliar
kind of wood. Nothing In town a patch upon k II la tha
kind. For Kale at Iteaaoi.abla Hate, by
au7 B. C. AI.LIW.
limns, siiis, tai, row.
TIIK UNDERSIGNED COMTIML'l
to pay tba highest snarkrt prlra fur lry
Hides, Goal fklns and Goat Tallow.
C. B HE WEB a CO.
to wool cacovi:uM.
TIIK UNDERSIGNED COXTINL'K
frt to hay Wools at food prlees. Wiwls notuiiiff la
S',f L. toarket this hprlnf particularly drsirad to aaAka
8iS 3m C. BKKWKR s CCL
" CANaNE? GOODS,
FROM CL'TTINO k CO.'a ciWBJTri FACTOkf, ,,
tAHES MOCK TURTLE fcOUI'7 VAtt '
J KOAeT Beef, Caaes lloiloil lieef. Caws Koaal Mmiiok 7
Caart Boiled Mutton, Canes Koast Veal, Case Turkey, Caava t
Chi ken. Cases "oops, 4C., Ac.
for tutle by
J. NOTT & CO., 4
fMN, COPPER, ZINC AXDftHEET IRON T
1 V-OUKEUH, ,)
Are prepared to do any and all kinds of work In their Baa. .
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD.
Lmia on ar repaired.
GUTTERS AXD M'OI T. and all kinds of Tla '
Work on Bulldinft done on Phort Notlra. 1
A FULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
In Ihe above line, which they OFFER AT LOWEST Plictt
together witn a one assoruner t ol
Ship's Cabin Stovos,
&c, &o.v &c.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO
SMALL FAVORS THANKFULLY RKCF.IYKD AT I
Vi7 ' CIIA-. Lf)Na H
ao in x. it u n A i ST.
Han I.Xn -"?' I,,,, ,