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Honolulu, liawftllan UUnda.
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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SEPTEMBER 0, IS76.
WHOLE NO. 1059.
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PLAIN AND FAXCV - -
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
t' ARP? prtntl in the highest atjle of the art.
" Give Me Chance."
tie ioe a chanre, Jark :n Fierce aa.J Ut ihun.lre.l the
Itowinj tMe, ,
The breikinj Mllow flah'-.l in IVram, wh:re the coble la.v r-n
Bat three bare krt from lh fiainjr wave, the m.iat 'f th
. auoten boat
fftxl firm 'inW the trrilde i-M-ge ancl cirl it mlfht keep
" . en man ttloat. -; . , ;
J.-..1 one, aixl h'rue Ity :loe fcn ,iaf-t n't ! shot's !t jlt
from the Pwr "
Jn.t one, and a!renly tl,e lifc-U.-il atrove, 'iniJ the roller on
- .-tlBfl?? - '
Joet ci j n.nl Will, clinging deafwT.itely, aa ux-n rlinf for
; . lifeanj dalh, J j , ' '
Felt lii-f mate clutch rtuiiJ him at he xrrove in flie liilirj
It "lulvereil ouil bent, the piy frail mt ; hit whole brain
reeled in the roar.
Wer ttioae hi hnirn pat there on the iiefM)i.I the wife
ithriek then from the ihore I
"Jack, give me a chance!" ilealh' agony from hU lips the
'I wiyj Ood ble the uuite, gool-bye arid smiled tip a
Then qoietty looked hit iron U'Al, wiiU never a moan or cry,
Iot nid the tangled aea-weeda, the brave man aanlc to die;
Stalwart, at trorp, in manhnod' prime, dear lore and life
J ht tare, "
The aimple hero, who, all nounf, lies 'neath the northern
Ja&l dying no thought of glory, no dream of an Lonordl
To ring through the coining age from the fiery lipi of fame ;
No It a iter of Dig, or dazzle .of Meet, or thrilling of irnmpct
Only cold grey aky.aml cold grey sea, drowning and ileaih
In taught, untrained, save to courage here, and trunt in the
good to come,
Only give to hi friend " the chance," the fisherman faced hi
doom $ '
Hocb. men our Yorkshire lea-board rear, such men make
England's glory, ,
Touching t light aablirue the tale tltat tella our bland etory.
Low-cut ehocs nre recommended for croquet
plajing. The mosquitoes liko them.
Sitting Dull thinks that he can drive the whites
into the Atlantic, neat Long Branch.
. Tbey went foiling. She looked languidly at
him nnd eaid : I wish the fish would bite at
your hook. If I was vC fish I would.' '
What ! no more ammunition?' cried the cap
tain of a military company, on a Celd day. .No,
no more,' replied his men. 'Then cease firing,'
replied the officer.
Old Bachelor The best device, for a wedding
ring is a spider web with a fly in it.' Young
maiden 'Say rather a honeet's nest with an old
hornet buzzing around the door nnd finding fanlt
with the housekeeping.'
An old Philadelphia negro was paid his week's
wage in silver half dollars. He gazed benignly
upon them ns they lay in his palm, grinned as
though in triumph, and then exclaimed: 'Dat's
de stuff de rats can't chaw.
The army of Greece is a tremendous thing.
The cavalry branch of it is t eaid to consist of
eleven men, nine horses and a 'bus not a blun
der buss, but an omnibus: When Greece takes
up a gun Europe lies down behind a log.
Thick Veils. A West Virginian (evidently a
young man) asks for the passage of an ordinance
against the wearing of thick veils. They are a
nuisance to young men, destroying all distinctions
of pag-and aqniline, race, color and previous
Dey aint no niggers ou de top 6ide of kera
tion, eaid a colored man the other day, putting
his hand to his bandaged head, 'what can sing
a hymn an' put dc gear on a kickin' mule at de
fame time. - . '
A tailor of melancholy temperament was observ
ed recently sitting crossed-legged on tho Canada
shore, gazing intently at the Horseshoe Fall, with
its thick cloud of cpray. A reporter stole up
unobserved, and heard him mutter; 'What a
place to sponge a coat !'
John Henry, reading to his wife from a news
paper : 'There is not a single woman , in the
House of , Correction.' There, you see, don't
yon, 'what' wicked creatures wives are? Every
woman in that jail is married.' 'It is curious,
said she; 'but don't you think, John, dear, that
some of them go there for relief ?'
Good AiivicE.- A clergyman's widow gave tho
advice to a young lady friend, the other day :
"Jane, if you ever marry a minister, marry one
who. In an emergency, nas enougn oi tne grace j
of God in nis neari 10 go irom me puipit 10 sne
kitchen and pare the potatoes for dinner without
The. bold signature of John Hancock to 'the
Declaration of Independence has always been
tho envy of those persons who never learned to
write with the leg of a stool or a crow bar. This,
therefore, seems to te an appropriate time to ex
plain that there was a fly-leg between the nibs of
the pen at the time that he jerked it out of the
A dwelling house on Cilifford street took fire
in one of the chambers, recently, Irom an explod
ing kerosene lamp. The flames were cxtingniehed
after a sharp struggle by the woman of the house,
who had her hands pretty badly burned. She
was relating her adventures to a neighbor next
morning, ana ihe women asked :
Why didn't you raise an alarm where was
Bessie?" -. . - ; -
Bessie and her beau were courting in the par
lor," was the calm reply.
" And you never called to them?
" Not a word. I have known of cases where a
sudden alarm has upset a young man just as he
was about to propose, and changed the whole
future of two lives." Detroit Free Press.
The Danbury Sexes says : The first basket of
cucumbers appeared in our market last week.
Cucumbers are man's earliest friends. In ap
pearance it is the most unpretentious of vegetables
but in character it takes precedence. When a
cucumber first comes around, there is a general
feeling of uneossness, arising from a doubt whose
influence i3 felt throughout the community. . But
this uneasiness wears off after a while, and suspi
cion gives way to genuine regard. In fact, there
is not a vegetable which comes to the market
that will command the respect a cucumber re
ceives. When we see a cucumber we arc led to
look over its career. It has been a stormy one,
even under the most favorable circumstances pos
sible to cucumber development. Only about one
in ten starting even in life ever reaches a position
in society. There is some recompense, of course,
in the excitement which arises from the dangers,
and we can well believe that it muet be eminently
gratifying, to a successful cucumber, when it has
gained the victory, to find that instead of Binking
into helpless old age it was taken into the bosom
of an enthusiastic family and in a few hours will
be exploring them. Nothing excites a cucumber.
This has 1eeu its record since time began; and
its self-possession, even in the presence of the
most famous physicians and most successful
coronere, has given rise to a popular proverb,
What a cucumber-has to do it does with all its
might. It entersipon the work with intense
enthusiasm, but it patiently waits the time of ac
tion. The great depth of its nature is hidden
from the world nntil nbont 3 . v.
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
1 TTORXEV AND COIXSEI.OR AT LAW.
. Will attend the Term (X Court on the other Iilanda.
Money tn lend on Mortgage of Freehold. XT OFFICE, Kf.
21 Merchant Street. Vp tair,over Or. Stangcnwald'i.
DILLINGHAH & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IV HARD
Cuilry, Dry Gxxli. Paint and Oils, and General
op'j No. 65 Kion Street, Honolulu. ly
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dry Good, Clothing, IUU. Famishing GncU, LadieA' and
Gents' Boot and sho Vankf e Notion, 4C, Ac,
Cait. Pnow' Building. No. 0 Merchant Pt. Honolulu. ap29 ly
IMPORTER AXD DEALER IV HOOTS.
Phors. Fine ClothinR, Furnishing Gooils,
Corner of Fort and Merchant Bt. p22ly Honolulu, 11. 1.
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOWSETf t CO
Corner Fort and Qaeen St.
Dealer in Lumber. Paints, Oil, Nail,. Pa, and P.uilding
,r,9 Material, of every ainu.
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Late Janion, Green & Co.)
M PORTER A VD COMMISSION MER
CHANT. aniisT roa
Lloyds' and the liverpool Underwriters, Northern Assurance
Company, and Britirti nd Foreign Marine Insurance
ralS , Fire Proof Buddings, Kaahumanu and Queen St.
C. H. DICKEY,
A TTORXEV AT LAW,
A(?ent to receive acknowledgements of Labor Contract Tor
the District of Makawao.
ITT Will practice on Maul only.
Blank Labor Contracts, approved form, and Stamped Paper
constantly on hand. . .
m Residence, Haiku, Maui. . 1J
CASTLE & COOKE, .
TMPORTER?. AND DEALERS IV OEV
eniPPINQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
19 No. 80 Kim? Street, Honolulu, H. I. IS
BOLLES &l CO.,
tJHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Importers and Dealers in. General Merchandise, Queen Street
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Afrents lor Ihe Kaunawatai, niauiiam.. --
.ia Works. y
7 eTg. HITCHCOCK,
4 TTORXEV AT LAW.
Bills promptly collected.
A TTORXEV AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
i NOTARY PUBLIC and Agent for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island or Oahu.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Btreet, Honolulu, II. I. ffl2 S
" C. S. BARTOW,
AUCTIONEER. SALESROOM ON QUEEN
fe5 Street, foot of Kaahumanu. ly
" F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
JM PORTERS ANCnANSMMISS,ON MER"
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Ja29 ly
EDWARD T. O'HALLORAN,
a TTORXEV AXD SOLICITOR. IS AU-
t .;.r, ...t-rx i.i r.m mvi tn 10.000 on MortusKe of
Freehold, at lowest rates of Interest. ET Agents in London,
"SFFIc'rin Fort ttt (opposite Mr. Ira Richardson's
Store) Honolulu. , J
. r-v . r. tinTcr, t.
j next door to C. E. Wiiliaras, Honolulu.
W. G. IRWIN & Co.,
OM M ISSI OX M BRCII ANTS.
PLANlAilUJ aau ioi-.w-
Honolulu, II. I. ly
BROWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IX ALES
WINE3 AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
0 Merchant Street, (nO lyl Honolulu, H. L
" THOS. G. THRUM,
STATIONER, NEWS DEALER AND
BOOK BINDER, Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
o9 ly .
a s. ci.RfiHons.
JSO. S. SM1TH1F9.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu St.,
o9 ly fuuanu ct., ana vomer run iuu iw
H. E. McINTYRE k BROTHER,
ROCERV, FEED STORE AND BAKERV, j
Corner of King and Fort Streets, ,
Honolulu. II. I.
" " i
CHULAN & CO.,
IM P O RT E R S OF AND DEALERS IN ;
" CHINA G00D3 j
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Good. Also, con-
stantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Bice. j
c2 ; Nunaou Street, Honolulu. ; .' ly I
ALLEN & STACKPOLE,
WILL CONTINUE THE GENERAL
MERCHANDISE and SHIPPING BUSINESS at the
above port, where they are prepared to furnish the justly cele
brated Kawaihae Potatoes, and nuch other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms. (au23 ly)
" M. McINERNY,
IMPORTER AXD DEALER IX CLOTH
ING, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. TT Benkert' Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. E. Corskr or Foar asd Merithast Stbsets. jal5 ly
DEALER IX ALL KINDS OF GENTS CLO
THING, MAT-i, BOOTS AND SHOES, Ac aiso Ladies
Fancy Goods, Hats, 0 .liters, etc.. No. 1" Nuuanu Street,
o2 ly Honolulu, H. I.
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD WHOLESALE D E A L
ers in Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
and every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Furnishing Good s
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldrich, Makee's
no '20 Block, Queen Street. ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
' DRAW EXCHANGE ON
THK BAK OF (ALIF0RM1, SAX rBtXClstO,
ASP THT1R AOBSTS IV
TUF. ORIENTAL BAR (ORPORATIO. I.ODO,
ASD THEIR BRASCHP? tV '
And Transact a Oeneral Banking Business. ap231y
LEWERS k DICKSON,
EALERS IN LUMBER AXD BUILDING
Materials. Fort Pireeu
ALEX. J. CARTWK1UHT,
ERAL gUIPPINO AUENT.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Island
F. T. LEWEHAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS Ai COMMISSION" AC.E.N'TS,
Wholesale Dealer in Oencral Morchandipe.
jy 22J Queen St., next to the Office of J. I. Dowsett, Ex. ly
D. N. FLITNER,
C10VTIXCES HIS OLD BUSINESS IV THE
) Fire-proof building, Kaahumanu Street,
Chronometer rated by obaerratlona of the ann and star,
with a trantit Initrument accurately adjusted to th
meridian of Honolulu. Partlcularattentlongivento
fine watch repairing. Pertant and quadrant
blisses ailverod and adjusted. Charts and
nautical instrument constantly on
jv?j - hand and for ale. ly
CHAS. n. COOKE,
l my2" ly
HONOLULU, II. I.
FISCHER & ROTH,
ERCIIAXT TAILORS, 38 FORT ST..
Honolulu, U. I
WING CHONQ TAI & CO.,
OXOLCLIT BAKERT. CORXER OF
KIok and Maunakea Street.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AXD COMMISSION MER
Comer of Fort and Merchant Btreet. m18
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,
j (Successors to C. L. Richards t Co.) -
4 II IP CHANDLERS AXD GENERAL COM
MISSION MERCHANTS. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
E. P. ADAMS,
ACCTIONEER AXD COMMISSION MER
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. f Jala ly
J. PORTER GREEN,
A TTORXEV AXD COUXSELOR AT LAW.
OFFICE, next door to Dr. II. Stangenwald, Merchant bt.
F.. R. FRIEL.
FRIEL & LAINE,
GROCERS AXD PROVISION DEALERS,
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu. deSSly
AFONG & ACHUCK,
w i)nn TV x. 1 1 ill. . A 1 . r. A. u nMAiu
. - - - n . w . . n . . nr ...
I Dealers in General Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Nuua- 1
S. C. AI.LES. M- "OBINSON'.
att tat T) nxjTATQnxr
A T ROBINSON'S WHARF. DE
3. LUMBKRand all kinils or iLii,ut.v
Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
ApEST3 FOR ECH00NER3
PACAni, ACTIVE, MARY ELLEN, F. QUEEN, CI LAMA
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (ly
E. 0. HAUT & SON,
IMPORTERS AXD DEALERS IX HARD- j
WARE, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and Oeneral Merchandise, j
no20 Corner Fort and King Sts. ly j
" M. PHILLIPS & Co., j
IMPORTERS AXD WHOLESAIjE ntiAL
era In Clothine-. Boot. Shoe. Hats. Men's Furnishine and
MPORTERS AXD WHOLESALE DEAL.
Fancy Goods. (no'O ly) Ho. ti naanumann et. nonoiuiu.
1TO. 31 For4 Srefl. Odd Fellow Ilnll.
il General Merchandise, Fancy Dry Goods, Gentlemen's ;
Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, nats, Caps, &c, Ac.
C. R. MOFFITT, M. D.
SURGEON, LATE U. S. A.
noC ly Office in Wailuku, Maui.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
OF EVER V DESCRIPTION.
Furniture Ware Boom on Fort street ; Workshop at
the old stand. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
HICHAM. I.KWI3. P. J. BROWS
LEWIS & BROWN,
King Slreet, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work
J. II. AVICKE,
C? 4TV 13 XX O ZVX A AAV O X
01 King Street.
Between Fort aud Bethel street.
Furniiur" of all descriptions made and repaired at reason
able rates. Good workmanship guaranteed. ap29 ly
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 5 NUUANC STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
- Till, Sheet Iron & foppt rware !
KCEP COSSTASTLT OS HAND
A FI LL ASSORTMENT OF TIN W ARE!
(.alvaiiitd Irou aud Lead Pipe,
ludid Robber Ho-e, &.e., 4.4.
TBEG LEAVE TO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
JLJ that they have purchased the entire stock in trade of ..
the late James L. Lewis, and that they will continue to carry :
on the Business of
jl Coopering and Gauging,
At No. 22 Fort Street.
IOe e they rcill be found Prepared to Execute aU
Orders in their linf.
Casks, Kerosene Oil Containers
FOR TALLOW, Etc., Etc., ALWAYS ON II AND.
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH !
Show ou Ju.Itl Wharf.
Next to Captain Oat's Sail-Loft. Honolulu. H. I.
All kinds of Blacksmith Work
For Ship or Shore on reasonable terms and with dispatch.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
33 13 J3 T T3 XI IXIOINT!
NuU, Washers, 4e.,
f'-Sfi A I ihe Lotreal Aarltet Rale. Hy
' 'V. -M' 'On! 'IIM.I.
f tteto, ,,.w.. ')
. I I9t
ITe wrn pre special attention n rleannc:r"na;r;ni ana rejr
uiatinir Sewing Machine-", and all other Vin.lsi f Lizht Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, BiaiLiiMlM;. Ac
ALPO. ON nAND AND TOtt PA IE CHEAP.
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
(.BUS PltIS Mtl. tHIMBjiflAa.
3Iaciii.ni: oil. m:i:iu.ks ac. .
Sewing Machine Tnekenr, binder, and ul othr rn and
duplicate part of Machine np'.I-t on 'l r,"ti-
CT Bt Machine Twist. Ct
COLk CkNT IS TMs ILItuOfM f Or.
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machiues.
HONOLULU IROM WORKS CO.
- STEAM F-NUINKS, SV U A K
5 Mills, Boil.'r. riifkr', Iron. l'.ra-i$ and l.ed
Machinery of Every Description made
Particular Attention paid t Shot's JVar,-t,,ut.i,Kj
Job Work executed on the shortest notice, auli ly
P. D ALTON,
Saddle and llnriie. Maker,
Kiya STREET, ItOSOt.UI.V.
llamrs, Saddlr A. Sliof Lralli-G
rr, (onstanll) tu llacL s2i
Order from the other Islands promptly utended to. aul2 ly
tVaou aud (Anidge Bulkier, ;ianJ?6 KiosSt.,
Honolulu. (ja29 ly) Inland orders irota4ly executed.
Practical House and Sirn Painter,
OnAIXIXG, OILDIXO and CLAZIXU
PAPER IHNOINU, Kc, Ac.
Jy22 No. 4.j Foit St., two door ve Hotel. Dm
Cabinet Maker, Turner, Irench PolUher
V.aa.cl TJiicloi trtltoi
No. 51 Hotel S 1 reel, t : : Honolulu. H.I. !
. JJS ly - ;
CHRIS. GERTZ, CABNET MAKER
rp. BEGS TO A
ul of Honolulu, thi
feS inoss of Wm. Fi
' T ' Dmif Store, and
BEGS TO A XXOl'XCETO THE PUBLIC i
that he has purchaed the stock and bus- 1
I'ischer, Hotel Stret, next door to Strehr
and that in future the business will be
carried on by him in the same premia. !
! V. a. solicits a fair share of the mblic patronage, and ;
I promUes his patrons civility, Httontio and good quality for !
I their inoney. ju3 6m
J K r
umanu St., II. I., oppositeGorlfrey Rhodes.
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
XT WORK DONE PROXPTLV. Ct .
Shop on Fort street, Esplanade oppn4o Hopper' Barrel
; factory. -
riMIE UNDERSIGNED. FOKM ERLV WITH
JL Mr. Eckart. begs to inform clizensof Honolulu and the
opposite Odd Fellows Hall, (fonntrly ocupied by Thos. Tan-
iiatt,) where he will give pecial attention o the mannfacturing I
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention given to She.1 and Kikui Work.
fw ..' Ill anniisntna ant.e(nASm .n nit .im wnl- "
Y- w ii au .auiysw Biuiniavti m 114 aii it--' ni'i a n
Honolulu, Nov. 2Tth, I3T5. (no27) WM.M. WENNER.
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J. M. OAT & Co., Salmakers.
OLD CUSTOM nOUSE, FIBE-PR0O BUILDING.
On the Wharf, Foot of Xiaana Ptree,. Hono i
lulu, II. I.
Sails made in trie Best Stvlf and Fitted
with Galvanited Clues an.l Th'nbles. i
Flags of all descriptions ntndeind repaired.
Thankful for past patronage, we are preiarH toexecuteall ;
oruers in our line, witn ui spa ten ana ma atisractory manner.
P. H. TRIFP,
Saddle and Hanies Maker,
Fort and ZSixxg Stroots.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
STOCK lately ordered fna London by the late
E. G. Adderly, the subscricr is prepared to
Manufacture all Articles a his Line n i 1 1.
Neatness and Dipateh.
'SEVERAL VERT DESRAKLE
I 3 CENTRALLY LOtATRD
, BUILDING LOTS,
j SUITABLE FOR FAMILY RESIDETF;.
j Convenient COTTAGE in 'goad repair. &C. J -
TO LET. OR LE1SE!
The Large Premises No. 2S Alakea St.,
: For a number of years, cn reasonable tennito a nod tenant.
For further partienlar wjnTra of
' J29 8m .... .. JAV- P. LEMOV."
life? ill M h- a
"Sse SB--"" V . Wl
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111 -2i sawM
t. PI EodSi
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Boston Board of Underwriters !
AiEXTS f.r Ike llTilMn lal.aial..
.atr.h.ly O. ItRFWER f..
Philadelphia Board of Uuderwriters !
F - O. KRFW r K CO.
1Y'tI,,v1e:-m ajters of vessels vi-
ITINtl this frf-.rt in a diMed conditir.n aa.l inurd in
any n the Boston ami Philadelphia OfBre. tnut tv t t
reigns and avrontt duly certified to l.y .
n,f BKCWI.H A CO.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND 1. 1 I Ml I' It (. 1 1 .
CAPITA I 2.000.000
ArrHiuBlaird and Iwrrairtl Fmm4. ,S3g,sl
o I . . r" nre upon favorable term.
Ri.ks taken in mn nor. r ... r.i
... , . . j . - .-t.n'is vo ti umrn tiatiainre,
Ukl 1 ri)i . . . a . . k . .
,.,.': V. . Jr ",rra wrmrrj iiooae and rami
lure, limber, t oals. Ship in harbor with or without carzoes 01
under repair. Jjj.s iy(
ED. U FF?CI1LAEGER k CO.
- SillYpT, t
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
ITIll LIFE ISIII4(E (OMIMW
OF NEW YORK.
Q I'T) IC3 1 jLllO IflS CO
IN THE WORLD !
Vscls,( . ) SSO,000,000
j NOW is a Good Time tO Insure,
0K BI T I IRST-(L1SS RISKS TAKKV
, OFFICE WITH WILDER 4V C.
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
OF BOSTON, MASS.
The OWest Purely Mntml Life I,iraiice
'., 'h the United fittes.
Policies issued on the most favorable terms!
EXAMPLE OF .YOX-FORITITl BE PLAN,
lu.uied A, 35 VrnraOrdlaary Life PImn
One Annual premium continue Policy 2 years 3 diva
l premium continue Policy 10 years 54 day
LoMa Pnid ibrough IIoiioIuIm Acrnry
i 9,000 :
4 ' A S T L E fc COOKE, AGENTS
o2 FOR THE HA W'N ISLANDS. iy
F. A. SCHAEFER,
4 GENT Brruiru Board of Under wriiera.
f.lcnl Drraden Board or Underwriters,
Agent t lennn JJonrd of Underwriters.
Claim, against Insurance Companle. within the Jurisdiction j
of the above Board of Underwriters, m ill have to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. jalOly
' ' '
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
aval 41 11
?.etiinib iiiownMiiwK r r 1 , j
A CCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST I
JM, BATW. The clause in the Policle of thi Company are '
specially advantijeous THEO. H. DA VIES,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY I
losofs lire and Life Pollrles
O TII MOST LIBERAL TERMSALL
Claims for Losses fettled with promptitude.
THEO. lt. DAVIE3, Arent.
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
1 I11!12. U'ERSIGXED, AGENTS OF THE i
; M. Boston Board of Underwriter, notify Matter of Vatels '
nd other that all bill for Repairs on Yeasels, and all bill !
for General Average purpose, must be approved by the Agent '
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on ;
all surveys, or such bill will not be allowed.
. r'8 1y C. BREWEK A CO., Agents.
CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY. !
TMIE UNDERSIGNED, AGEXTS OF THE
above Oorapany. have been anthortied to insure riks on i
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all ports of Ihe world, and vice versa.
00 IT II. HACKFELD 4t Co. i
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
. oniambiu'B. '
Capital, One Million Prussian Thalers.
rTHF. UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL apnainted Agents of the above Comnanvare now read to
ToIIcles ajalBSt Elks of Tire, 4)B BalldlflS,
Merchandise and Fnrnitnre
on terms e-inal to those of other respectable oorar.ani..
'aia ,,,r a"7 nere.
For particulars apply to
II. nACKFELD A; CO., Agents.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
: flIIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
JL Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
' to insure risk against Fire on Stone and Brick Buildings
i and cn Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terms.
For particulars arply at the office of
! o2 ly F. A. SCHAEFER 4r CO.
I UNION INSURANCE COMFY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
XVT. .A. IX I 2X7 13 . INCORPORATED, If 33.
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents
f2 ly FOR TUE HAWAIIAN INLANDS.
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BECO!
Proprietor of this -
. . r..um i.utuiuurs rimcy 4 years 1 days
T i hree Annual premium continues Policy 6 year 87 day
lrnr Annual premium continue Policy 8 year 40 dar
j Is now prepared to execute all orders in h' line with neat
i nes and dipatch.
He vould also say that he has secured the ervices of the
; former employees of the Launlry, which will be an additional
! ;aaranty that
TVlA IXTriTlr vrri 1 1 Is a TfieiTAnrrliltr Tlnna I
And no effort on his part wiU be spare.1 to bring th Laucdry
in faror with the pu'-lic generally. XT Termj moderate.
Russian Caviar and Roedreu
Jt tf .T THE HOI EL.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS
-t a - - aT -
a n li v aV v o . ,
Manufacturci's and Dcalors
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
I.eleo. Kiiir Street, Honolulu.
Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted!
1 rm KlrbardMu. Ma ..J
Si.re will turn will iMt
I'1J AtlrMIa)Hr. r
H S de
aoxaiH.iona uarivAt n
IV-'I'-'K. MAI L
Vl ft P 4F I 81 (I
t or f ale by
. iincn mi a c.,
IIO,!MI SOAV WOKIiS!
3La o 1 .
T J. KAWLIVS. -MAM FAC Tl ltFR
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
m r" r Maltna ""J 0t Tallow, and all
' ! kin.ii 01 roan urease.
1 :: '
I KAVP.IKUE1 PLANTATIOX SUCIR
; NCW COMING IX.
fok salk ix lots to mit
i , , cllK' M afono a aciii ck.
! 7"V"'."-, i.. j,j9 ir
imoi:i;k mill, i.aiiaia.
rPB,F;hV. ....T.FlRTOX I'r.-rle.ors.
fcirialein , ..i7- , y, now oornuif in and
no2 S 11. IIACKFELD A CO.
II. Cornwell, I'rowrlrlor.
: iKO. C. McLKAN, Airent.
MAKER rT. a rMrr,AfTaT.T
m M. a,v n
IJLUl'ALAKlfA, MAI L
nufULI TAN MARKET,
Pure Bred Ayb-sbury DucU. rllC Fed Turkey.,
AiVQ STREET. HONOLULU. c3 i,
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
rrr ; . v A L L E K .
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY I
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
I on Thand laud mad locMer.
BaT sak M aT -a T a ar& ..... ... I
Alto. lU'er, Soda and Batter C,aker,
JENNY LIXD CAKES. Ae.
SHIP BREAD REDAKED on the .Wi.
rum V ln r n i . . . . ... .. I
--'', iu.us vi me psi ,iour, baked daily and
"-"'fiEiDOf THE REST QUALITY
- - -- ....
THE OLiU CO RIMER
Coffee and Billiard SalOOn, J
& CIGAR STORE!
ESTABLISIHED IN 1858.
OFFF.R3 FOR SALE A FINE A.-HJtT.M KNT OF
Light and Hard Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And a Larje Assortment U
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES J
Tobacco Pouches, Pipe ctm,
Amber anj Uorn Mouth Pieces,
Pipe Buttons, Carette Paer, etc., eic.
II. J. NOLTE.
Corner of Queen and Nuuanu fet.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
1MIE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE NO
pains to make this
33 T-a 23 O ZSJ X XX OTBIi
First-Class in Every Particular !
BOOMS f AY BE II II) BY THE MCnT OR WEEK 1
with or without board.
HALL AND LARGE R.OOMS TO LET FOR
jvi prRLic MrnTTNOB.oR PocimEf. - iy
. . i"." . i.ij .i jo,;iiaiU'i en r
01 rwqsnuu, aT 'r.MTwvflaA 'Jtia. ,.,fiMI
THE GRAND PACfflC HOTEL !
Jf. B. DttkR k ., rr.pitrlarv
THE IIOt'ftK CO VI'. IIS ONE r.NIIRE
Hlork, bavlnf a IrrtDtst a-iuh.enat and tnl f
over To let. It it admirably turalrd IjT IK ma.
renience of fM Iborooihlr titi In Ihe am
uanuvv. wlia all modem lwiptrmeia. Crery flaor, froM
aarril to roof. I itoderlatd With fixir Inrhea of
which, skill. Mhrf Mftcnt, render 14 r-raitlrally I'lRF
PROOF . Ike UMILtTION I trftel, ami lb altul I.
beti. rt 111 ted witti tb dtutni nf new aivd tft furnliiire
1 ht aetvlce, Ulde, atid Hhrr arcoaamn.Uiio.ia 01' 4 !
ante 10 all rmii) will be maintained lal'y up liicd
tandard of their rrvdeeeaanr. and equal m any fcenae In iLi
ar any athr rmtntry 1 bl the pre'Mt,l b derided ta
meet ike Just ipMlatiaoa of Ilia public I't Ibea luae
financial drpremon by rrala!li f pctrea at fraaa 3 00 lu
t Ml ft aav, arcnnlli la the mcaUan M lb rnoasi oxmpted
t hkrrt, III , I'rKw.ry, l;.
A P. EVERETT,
Forwarding: L Commission Merc haul
0& FBXikT rTRUr, C01NFR i'I.aT.
Particular attention paid lo Pwii nam, ( ,iaud Prvdure
t'O r ly
WILLIAMS. BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping & CommUslcn fllcrr hnnl,
N. m CMlirortiUMrrt-i.
h2 U U FRAKriKtu
FOR SALE LOW OY
wis C. BREWER A CO.
C BREWER & CO.
Ifair BtrrUH lartlirt f ht UIUhIm;
ARRIVE PER SHIP SYREN
rrom Bo,ton doe -n September.
L Refined Iron round, flat nnd tire,
H00P Ir0n""r bam1' kf"' 34' 7'8' .
wi-in-nHg nun, 4 I'O, I 1 I -a,
Cedar Boat BoArdu, ,
"Whale Boats !
Oil Shook", tiMorted ie;
New Bodford Whale Line, Cuttii g l'al),
New Bedford Cordag, Othd to 4 1-2 In.
New Bedford Spunjrarn,
"k P,ank "nd Tiar'
Ycl,ow Melal SLcalLInfi. 10 24 oi.
Mineral rnint, Coach and Damnr Vnrnlh',
Boiled and Raw Lin-Ced Oil,
Cution Dur-k. Iiwr.no l.mnl Vi I i 11
J la vena Duck, OnLutu,
CARD MATCHES !
Burlaps, 40 In. eitrn henry;
C. Tobacco, for Northern Trade.
Two Iron Bafea.
Choice Lot of GROCERIES I
f OXJIfTINO or
Corn .Starch, Mult, lidrrcl CIoar Pork,
Pottel 51eati, Ibterf , Ciama,
Tomato Ketchup, Mackerel, Tomr.lor,
Corn, Tea", Lemon Sjrup,
Mock Turtle and Tomato Sour,
riXE ASST.OF AMERIMS DRV GOODS'
Amoslteag and pearl Elver Denims,
Brown DrilUng, Blue Drilling.
Blear hed Cotton, line qnalliy,
A Few Cases of American Prints !
very choice Tn.r
Roln, Pitch, Tar,
An Att. of Oar, 1 ! 31 ft
Babbitt MctAi, AoUer,
Ate rtandle, Ot horn; i la J n.
42 Inch Blacksmiths' Dollows !
Fairbank flcale, Rubber Packing,
HUNT'S AXES 8s HATCHETS,
Wire Mia, Coopers' Ri rets,
Pine Barrels and Keg Shooke.
r0 o C S K S
An Invoice of the Celebrated McMurray' rreh Oy
err, 1 pound and 2 pound.
l!rt.Hfs Tavorlng Extract, t.
tjr All of the above will be offered for rale lo Arrive upon
C. BRCWER & CO.
to wool fJiroivi:ns.
THE UNOERIIGNKO CONTINUE
to bay Wool at good prtnes. Wool coming lo
market this Fprlng particularly desired to ual
C. BURSTER CO.
A NEW TOP BUGGY FOR SALE.
PR ICE, ONE HUNDRED AMD KKVEXTV
HVR LOLLAR". Emimn' at