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W. H. CKOSSMAN & BEO.,
r-J Is i r i I xt K unci CoinmlsHl n
ZSI E Tt O II A IN" T S.
11S Cbimbrm Slrecl, NEW VORK.
Kefer.nce Caatlc & Cooke and J. T. Wa.t.-r!iOU$e.
WILLIA1IS, 3LANCHARD & CO.,
Skipping & Commission Merchants;
No. 2 1 5 California Street,
jr.h30 tf SAN FKANCISCO
CORBITT & HACLEAY,
Shipping Commission Merchants,
13 and 15 TroDt St.; 10 aal 12 Firm St., Portland, O.
S2 FRANCISCO OFFICE, 202 SACRAMENTO STREET
Convr.ci'r.t of Island Produce solicited, on which CASH
AUVA.CU HILL BE MADJf. mh23 ly
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding & CommisMon .Merchant
4 OA FRONT STREET, CORNER CLAY,
Particular attention paid to Consignments cf Island Produce
J. BECHTINGEB, M. D.
(or visssa. )
IJIMMCIAXTO THE ITALIAN T.. A N D
r-nc!i M. U , Societies. 7 O 1 i-aoramento Street, C jt
i.-r of Karny, Sa Francisco, Cal.
trri' r of .Mwa and Pacific.
Jle.dence, south ent
IIYTDIA RICE MILL !
MISSION A. IIILHOM STS., SA. I'ClMIStO, CAL.
rMIE INDI KICK MILL HAVING IWDEE-
1 K''"! Mat-nil Improvements, U B'j in I'erlcct Condition
miii.(i & mmw of I'.iiiin !
In th-. B-t Possible Manner. The Price for Hui!inr and
Ir-3.n0' of ly has been Reduced 3D Per C'rul
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
Wl'l .'tctiie Prompt and Cartful Attention.
1VM. M. GREENWOOD,
G-nTal Commission Merchant and Proprietor of India Rice
Mill. mh9 Gin
By almost every arrival
From England, New York,
Boston and San Francisco.
And Lave on hai.1, A VERY COMPLETE Assortment )
of Ucods in their line. We hare just received !
from MO LINE a new line of
EPPS'S COCOA !
" P-y a thorough, knowledge of the natural laws which gov
ern the operations of digestion ami nutrition, anil by a careful
application of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa. Mr.
Kpps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavoured bevemje which may save as many heavy doctors'
bills. It is by the judicious use cf such articles of diet that a
constitution may be gradually built np until strong enough to
resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are fioatinsr around us ready to attack wherever there is a
weak point. We may escape many a fatal ebaft by keeping
ourselves well f.irtiSed witii pare blood, and a properly nour
ished frame." See Article in the Civil Service Gazttte.
Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only in Packets and Tins, lb and lib, labelled :
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
4S, Thkkadsekdlb Street, and 170, Piccadillt
Works, Eistos Road and Camdkn Tows,
selS Losdos. ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
ONOLCLC, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
TUE B AhL OF CALIFORNIA, SAX IUAACISC0,
ASD THSIH AGENTS IS
TUK ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, L0.D0.,
A5DTUE1B BBASCUES IX
Am! Transact a General Banking Business. apCO ly
13 O O K
THOS. C. THRUM'S:
'HIE POLYNESIAN RACE its origin and
M. migrations. Vol 1; by Judge Furnandcr. Price :J 00
Superior to anything ever offered in this Market.
Zy These have been made for us from our own Patterns,
and are mnch stronger and heavier than any of the Eastern
Made Plows. There are Ten Sizes, running from Nos. 6 to 15.
and the number of the Plow indicates the number of Inches it
will cut. Many Plar.ters have seen these New Plows, and
consider them JCST THE TH I NG for this Country.
The fifteen inch HALL STEEL BREAKER is a
very thorough built Plow, and will accomplish all that Steel.
Wrought Iron, and the liest of Oak can do. We have left, one
heavy DOUBLE GANG FLOW, with two ol our
fourteen inch Steel Plows attached.
Spare Points, Reams and Handles for the above Plows,
constantly on haud.
Moline and Iron Aee Cultivators: Planet. Jr., Horse Hoes,
which we introduced last Summer, and which are having a
onderful success on all the Islands.
Moline Harrows, with Steel Teeth, made extra heavy.
Horse Cultivators, running on wheels and with shafts.
1 SUPERIOR HORSEPOWER,
Wheelbarrows, 4 sizes; Ox Yokes and Rows,
Yates' and Extra Heavy Lane's Plantation Hoes. 4 sizes, with
Pick Axes, Pick and Ax Mattocks, Grub Hoes, 2 sizes;
i: g Hoes, 11a. I s Rice Hoes, 2 kinds; Spades, 6 kinds;
Shovels, 4 kinds; Extra Stout Garden Hoes,
Pitch Forks. Manure Forks, Hakes.
Hall' Cane Knives, 3 patterns; made by Disston & Son;
Hall's Caoe Hatchets, Collins' Matchets, 4 kinds:
Iron Handled .Matchets, Horse and Mule Collars, Haines,
Head Stalls and Reins, Trace Chains,
Double and Single Whiffletrees, Oo's, 3 sizes;
Oo, Pick, Hoe, Ax and Sledge Handles.
Superior Tools for Ship and House Carpenters,
ki ' " Coopers,
Nails of all kinds.
Harness Makers' Tools & Material of all kinds,
Shoe Makers' " " "
California Leather of all kinds,
French l'alfkhi. (;ine, 3 kinds;
A very full assortment of Brushes,
A FEW OF THOSE
Made by Negretti & Zauihra. of London, true prog
nosticates of the weather.
PLATED iVAHE OF THE BEST Ml),
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY,
Manila Rope, Corn Brooms, 3 kinds; Yard Brooms,
Churns, Refrigerators, Ice Cream Freezers, Vises, Anvils,
A Few Keystone PORTABLE BLOWERS for
Forges, a very fine article;
Cart and Wagon Axles of all Sizes, Carriage Springs, all sizes;
Carriage Bolts, all sizes; Axes, 3 kinds;
Hatchets, all kinds and sizes; Crowbars,
Hammers, all kinds for Carpenters, Engineers & Masons;
IRON PICKETS FOR FENCES, the neatest and
best article ever introduced here for garden fences;
Black and Galvanized SHEET IRON, Iron Tubs,
Iron Buckets, No. 6 Fence Wire, Wire Staples,
Scythes and Snaths,
A FEW MORE CASES OF THE JL'STLY
CELEBRATED NOON-DAY OIL,
SATURDAY. MAY 18.
The following paper was read before the Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society, May 11th.
Its publication wj.8 requested by vote of the
S HAWAIIAN FEMALE EDUCATION.
The subject of education for Hawaiian girls
has long been prominent before the Christian
public. It has so persistently drawn on our
pockets that many are probably tired of it. Cer
tainly the work has had large extension and suc
cess, and has received large sums from Christian
benevolence, both for the support of scholars,
and for the maintenance of the Boarding Schools.
Yet in one important particular, this work would
seem far from having taken the place which be
longs to it. Why should girls' schools be for
ever a-begging? Why do not the boys' boarding
schools come soliciting funds to make repairs and
to support teachers? Simply beeause the Gov
ernment assumes the entire support of most of
the latter, while their scanty grants leave the
former to indigence.
What are the facts the figures ? Listen to a
very few statistics on this point, carefully collated
from the biennial Reports of the Board of Edu
cation. D uring the biennial period of 1872-4, we find
that five boys' boarding schools containing 30-5
pupils received Government support to the
amount of $31,063 72, or $50 93 per boy an
nually, During the same period six girls' board
ing schools containing 195 girla received Govern
ment aid to the amount of $9,307 60, or $23 90
per scholar annually, being nearly 47 percent, of
the per capita of the boys'. Then during the
next period of 1874-C, six boys' schools with 248
pupils arc getting $20,072 34, or $52 50 an
nually per capita, while five girls' schools with
178 pupils receive $7,397 20, or $20 78 pert3.llLarailtoed
capita. During this closing biennial period of I give attention to the following :
1870-8, the girls have a still poorer show for help, J fi,E undersicned would most
although the expense Of Support has greatly in- respectfully inform his old friends and customers of llo
i n-L-i i. , , . nolulu and the other Islands, that he is now prepared to offer the
viuacuu. timid 01 A uuya bfllOOlS Willi ZOO pU- I
ferior are the schools for higher education of the j
other sex? As to raising the social virtue of the
people, these boys' seminaries have been almost j
absolute failures, and also to a great extent fail
ures in securing elevated and successful lives for I
the young men themselves. The reason is patent.
Among Hawaiian?, woman, the fountain from
whom all social purity must spring, has been
left in profanation and has dragged her educated
brothers down into her dishonor.
If these views are correct and we think they i
will command general assent it would seem to
be the necessary conclusion that the domestic
training schools lor girls should be more aetively
encouraged by the Board of Education, and re
ceive their liberal support, as do the boys'
Echools. They should be lifted out of severe re
trenchment and indigence. They Ehould be en
abled to command sufficiently the talents of able
assistant teachers. At the same time, it would
probably be undesirable that they should be
made Government schools as are most of the
boys' seminaries. They are best kept under their
present Church auspices, both Protestant and
Catholic, while receiving watchful care and liberal
support from the Government. As suggested
above, a pervading religious force must be their
great source of strength and Euccess. Only deep
Christian experience and devotion in their teach
ers can make them of healing power to the
daughteis of Hawaii.
With the pecuniary needs of these schools sup
plied from public funds on a par with the boys
schools, there will still be ample scope and ue
mand for private benevolence in helping indigent
parents to support their daughters there, just as
there is for the support of boys. And much of
the help hitherto required for the support of
teachers can be given to increase the numbers of
promising pupils. o. a.
WILDER k U
Importers and Dealers in
C. BREWER t5c CO.,
( T S Jt -
OF ALL KINDS.
Ho! All ye in want of a
Good Suit of Clothes !
WELL MADE AND OF
pils have $27,891 88, or $59,34 per capita, five
girls' schools with 170 pupils got only $0,432 50,
or $18 27 per capita. The two large girls'
boarding schools of the Eoman and lleformcd
Catholic Sisters in Honolulu, received nothing
during the last two periods, and are not reckoned
in the above estimates.
Trustees of these girls schools, and other per
sons intimate with them know how severe has
been the economy practiced, and how detri
mental to the ladies in charge; and how nearly
impossible it has often been to obtain suitable
assistant teachers for 6uch meagre salaries as the
funds of the schools would justify, with the con
tinually diminishing Government aid granted.
We all know how these schools are compelled to
solicit aid right and left. Lately the native
churches on Oahu agreed to divert a part of their
monthly missionary collections, to the help of
Is the education of these native girls in these
domestic training schools really a work of so
much less importance than the education of na
tive boys in Labainaluua and Hilo, Haleakala
and the Reform School, that the Government
; should expend four times as much on the one
, class as on the other? Are boys' echools so much
i more ecscntial than girls', that while the former
' are amply supported, the latter are properly left
i to struggle with poverty?
Expected in a Few Weeks from Boston, i e do not mean to disparage the management
A NEW SUPPLY OF
TAILORING- GOODS !
Ever before laid down in this market, consisting in
Finest Wat of England and German DIark
STOUT AND MEDIUM.
Finest West of F.nlaud & German Clack & Blue
DOESKINS, STOUT AND MEDIUM !
A Splciidifl Axnortiiiriit of
VERY FINE DIAGONALS,
Black, Blue and Brown, all Patterns and Figures;
English Blue Twill
Suitable for Stout HuxinrHM Suits $
(By many who have us-d it.) considered fully equal to
Downer's best, and which we sell cheaper.
POLYNESIAN RESEARCHES,! vols, ly
W. ELLIS. Price 8 00
A TOUR OF HAWAII. IN 1 843, by W
ELLIS. (A few copies of the original edition.) Price $1.75
JARVES HISTORY OF THE HA WAIIAN
ISLANDS, Frice $2.50
HAWAIIAN ANNUALS, for '75, '76, 77 and '7S
Price for each. 50 cts.
HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK, Price, 50 cts.
KIAN A. A rcrnar.ee of the Sandwich Islands, ly
JARVE3. Price, $1 50.
SCENES IN THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
by Miss ANDERSON.
OUR JOURNAL IN THE PACIFIC,
TUB SfcCOD INTERREGNUM , pamphlet
x few topics only Uft. Price, $1.50
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
.4 NEW SUPPLY OF
RUSTIC CABINET FRAMES !
.4 A D
Sherman Card Frames !
A variety of Card & Cabinet Passepartouts
Merit the Public Confidence.
rilHEF ARE CONSTRUCTED ON MA--
thematical, well known and long tried principles.
XT They are made by the most skillful workmen, or the
bei materials, and with the latest improved machinery, and
-. utmc urmu,itf uuuorm la constrrction and alike accu-
,. jP! Th'ir ""potation as first class scales is firmly estab
lished, as they have been thorouehlr tested, and are in use by
many of the leading railroads, the largest grain and iron
houses, and most prominent merchant? in this and other coun-
tD- In ocr own city, where they are best known, there are
now in ose more than four times as many as of all others imt
CT They have com pete. 1 successfully with all other scales
of known merit, and hae been awarded First Premiums at all
the International Exhibitions, the St. Louis Mechanics' Asso
eiatjoo, the State Fairs of New York. Pennsylvania, Ohio.
Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Maryland, Virginia. Texas
XT At the Centennial Exhibition, at Philadelphia. 1S76 we
were the only scale makers who challenged competition and
submitted to the test.
ITT The manufacturers ire responsible, and every scale is
warranted to give entire satisfaction.
We have just received an Invoice
ONE WITH THE PATENT COMBINA
And a fuller assortment soon to come.
By the Martha Davis fm. Boston,
The Mystic Belle from New York,
And the Iolani from Europe,
We siio Expecting;
A V ERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Ilubback's Zinc Paint, three qualities;
Hubburk'a White Lead, three qualities;
Ilubbuck's Kaw and boiled Linseed Oil,
llubbuck's Assorted Dry Paints, in casks.
ALSO, CASKS OF CHAINS,
1-4, 5-16, 3-8, 7-16, and 1-2 inch,
-A. Zj Xj TESTE 3D !
All of the above, ami many other articles not mentioned
here, will be sold cheap by
E. O. HALL &. SON,
fe!3 tf Fire-proof Store, corner Fort and Kteg Sts.
Dillingham & Co.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
iCtXT TO J1SJC 1COOWLEDGE3EXTS FOR
X-f -A. 23 o n.
J Interior Office, Honolulu.
A. H I,
And Dealer iu All Kinds of
FURNITURE, BEDDING !
&c, Ac, &c,
Work. Shop on .uaanu St., above HoIliter' Store.
On hand, & for Sale Cheap,
Chinese Long Chairs. Dining Chairs.
Lounges, Uedsteadu, koa and nor' west pine;
Mattresses, all kimli ; liureaus, Tables, &c.
KOA AND PINE COFFINS !
Full Line of Many Other Articles
Too Numerous to Mention.
BEST CURLY KOA BOARDS !
Always on Hand.
A HI. G5 Si 70 Nuuanu St.
E. S. CUNIIA, PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTV BEST NEW
Bedford Ash Oars size from 10 to 22 feet.
m"5 For Sale by BOLLES fe Co.
of the Hoard of Education, lc baa long executed
its important trusts ably and conscientiously.
1 and has thoroughly earned the confidence of the
nation. Lut in respect to this matter in hand,
the iact is that the Board have not wholly got
out of the old but now forsaken rut of the Ameri
can Mission of twenty years ago, when in obc
dienee to Dr. Anderson's now exploded views,
boarding Bchools were at a discount, except for
the purpose of training teachers and preachers.
Open your eyes, gentlemen, and put your money
whore it will do the most good.
What is the relative importance of the two
classes of schools to the moral and social eleva
tion of the Hawaiian people? This is a very
different question from that of higher education
for the two sexes in civilized races. Among the
advanced nationB, it has of late come to be held
and practiced, that a large amount of hio-her cul
ture needs to be enjoyed by the sex whose necu-
liar sphere is the home and the nurture of child
hood, as well as by the other Bex to w hom mostly
fall the outside battles of life.
liut high culture is not the question before us
for Hawaiian girls. It is the question of the
need of domestic and moral training. The moral
condition of the sex in Hawaii is radically and
sadly different from what it is among advanced
races. It is eo different, that unless amended, it
will ensure the early extinction of their own race.
and the deep corruption of the European races
which are in contact with them. Education for
Hawaiian girls is not a mere question of higher
culture to make them ornaments in society,
which some of them have indeed become : it
means such a domestic and moral training in the
very elements of virtue as shall lift some'influen
tial fraction of them out of utter pollution and
Special institutions for moral training are
needed by Hawaiian girls for a reason thai does
not exist in our own race. In the advanced
races, the female child ordinarily inherits pure
instincts, and at her own home is unconsciously
and undeyiatingly educated to those instinctive
habits of delicacy, which make chastity a religion
for her mature life. No school training is wanted
to secure this for her. It is the traditional in
stinct of the race. It pervades society and the
home. How deep an insult to a daughter of our
race to suggest that school training was needed
to imbue her with principles of purity ! Not so
with the Hawaiian girls. Inheriting from un
numbered generations of disordered habit, an
excessive animalism, their infancy and girlhood
are passed in daily familiarity with constant im
purity of act and speech among their own kin
dred. Our inherited ideas of woman's eacred
ness are remote from their homes.
Hence it must be, that if for the salvation of
Hawaiian society, any considerable number of
girls are to be elevated to what we consider ordi
nary matter-of-course virtne, it can be done only
by gathering them in early childhood into asy
lums, where they shall be quite separated from
the debasing influences of their home-life, and
shall be moulded by the long and constant per-
ouiiui wuiacii ji uevuieu women oi nih ana cul
tivated character. They must be trained tu habits
of obedience, order, laborious industry, neatness
and skill, the common domestic virtues of civil
ized life which surround and sustain the higher
It is essential that the religious life of such a
school should be of the strongest. The higher
inward life of the spirit must be awakened in its
power to rule the flesh and govern the life. The
wi-h must ne enlisted in loyalty to its Lord, in
order to successfully combat inherited animalism,
and to stem the debasing influence to which the
pupil is liable to return after school life.
The work of schools of the kind described
has been carried on now for eighteen years with
a good degree of energy and much suiwkh s.
eral scores of well ordered, civilized families
haye already sprung directly from these labors -
Due very many ot their graduates have lapsed
to evil, a considerable proportion are centers of
virtuous and elevating influences upon the multi
tude of their less-favored sisters, many of whom
are imitating them. These training schools ap
pear to constitute the main direct means by
which Christian light and law are working to
build up the ruined domestic life of the children
of Hawaii. The education of the other sex can
do little to reach this vital point. Girls" train
ing schools must form the chief agency for heal
ing the cancer of social pollution which has
been steadily consuming the native race.
In comparative importance, then, bow far in-
Or S ii in in r i- t'lotli. in various patterns a
Nice, dark, Lixlit-weight
A VERY LARGE LINE OF
English, Scotch and German Make,
and of Various Patterns and Colors, Extra Heavy
Medium, and Light-weight. '
l.1so, a few Pieces
CELEBRATED OREGON MILLS
STOUT -rVIMD TV5CJE33DITT2VX,
Handsome Check and Plaid Patterns.
SAN FRANCISCO MISSION MILLS
TWILLS AND CASSIMERES,
A Very Durable Article.
BEDFOED & WINDSOR COEDS
In Great Variety of Patterns and Colors.
Also, that very Popular Article
Brown, Bronze and Drab Colors. The above Article
is a great favorite with Stockmen & planters,
IT NEVER WEARS OUT.
WHITE AND BROWN COTTON
o o ir 1 UROY T
WIDE AND NARROW RIBBED.
white uioiiEsKinr ?
Stout, Medium and Light r No. 1 Article.
Comprising all the usual Stock Sizes in
TIMBER, PLANK, BOARDS,
FENCING and PICKETS.
EASTERN PINE LUMBER I
Eastern Prime Pork,
Keg and Barrel Shooks,
ONE HUNDRED CASK.
Spirits of Turpentine I
511 DOZEN BROOMS.
The Following Carriages !
Celebrated New Bedford Maker,
iKO. L. CKOU.MXI.,
Who Guarantees His Work !
1 Hunting Wagon,
1 Bench Wagon,
1 Open Wagon,
1 Phaeton, very stylish.
For Sale Cheap, by
C. It R EWER X CO.
THIS! CilMSO !
ALSO ON HAND :
A Most Complete Stock of
Scantliog ; Flank, surfaced and rough;
Boards, surfaced and rough; Battens,
Tickets, Rustic, Lattice, Clapboards.
Of the Fine Drilitli
ALSO. IN STOCK.
A Fine Asst. of WALL PAPER, BARQUE DOVENBV,
BOLTS, SCREWS, &c, &c.
PAINT & WHITE WASH BRUSHES!
- - - " - 4
The Challenge Standard
T'JimV1' sKI''-KKl'LTI.NO WIND.
K..rvL . '" ll,e. World, and when material used. Power,
edgedTo"be ihe Uural"ll,y r f''"idf red, it it ackoowi:
CHEAPEST lMII-JIILl M l. II
V are the OXLV Manufacturers In the World cf
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For power purple., iUrh rnnnlnir Ciintoni
Onst Mills and Fed Mill...
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
And I'meileal Teal.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
l or Irrigation and Paiupiug Wife r fr
Stork Farms or Family r.
,.. 1WU " "UPT nw here and can be teen .
plication to the underpinned. " on
For further parlit ulari, addrrni
1IAI.LK.NUK MILL U,
Ilulavia. Ill I'm
Or JA M ES S. LEMON. ' - ' "
Honolulu, II. I
Has a Fine Complexion ! '
METALLIC and other PAINTS !
DOORS, SASK, BLINDS
OF CALIFORNIA AND EASTERN
MAKE, ALL SIZES.
For Sale in Quantities to Suit
One Hundred nnd Tliirij-aeten Vnjm
FROM LIVERPOOL !
li tt it in iiii.re than doubtful whether it wiled. In ruiilv. Il.e
rum ple ion of the
tvtii:k who ni.'
That Iiiiiiiitahl;: Auxilmr) of Female Lovi-linem,
l!y the Undersigned, conxiitlnK .f
A FULL ASSORTWIT
I I, I NI DM I.IIIIIIS !
Print?, Denim9, Shirting,
Umbrellas, silk and cotton; SaJJlos, Quilts,
Ladies' Hats, Moleskins, Towels. Long riotlis.
Clothing, Shirts, Scarves, &c, &c.
HILL'S HAIR AMI WHISKER DIG !
HAIR A to It ED AN THE FLA M K OF A
V oleano, or whua ai the d-d mi on a Florida Hemlock ,
fan ht rlianged to a plorions bro a or lastruug bM,L.
Ily a tingle Application i t
Hill's Instantaneous Hair
AND WHISKER DYE I
FOR SALE II V
WHITE IMPERIAL LINEN
Stout and Medium.
WHITE AND BROWN LINEN DRILLS, all qualities;
.. hilc, tinmen ami rijjureu 31 a it? KlLLKS, a 1 patterns
BLACK SILK & FIGL RKD VESTING, good pattern'
BLACK SILK VELVET, a very choice article, 24
A VERV COMPLETE LINE OF
Tailors' T i-imming s,
Consisting of Best Black and Colored ITALIAN CLOTHS
FERGUSON'S HILKSIA. Buttons, SewingsT SILK AND
MOHAIR BINDINGS, plain and figured. '
Naval & Military Buttons & Trimmings
Constantly on hand, and particular attention paid to the
making up of Military and Nnvnl Uniform.
The Undersigned is prepared to manufacture the above
V .VE.fi .is.h"nl Fabionable Garments, at the very
. . . , Ll INCi I'KICES, or to sell the same
ty the yard or piece, at a reasonable ADVANCE ON COST
rr Oood Workmen employed, and a Nice Fit Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Island promptly attended to. Addres
Merchant Tailor, Kaahumanu Street,
nearly opposite Bishop fc Co.'a New Bank,
aj3m Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Per Bk. Hertfordshire,
Galvanized Plain Sheets, Casks of Sheet Zinc,
Casks of Perforated Zinc, Cases of Sheet Tin,
Sheet Copper, from 16 to 90 ounces;
Tinsmiths' Iron Wire,
Seamless Drawn Copper Tube,
ROLLS OF SHEET LEAD !
Two and one half to fourteen pounds.
Reels of Lead Pipe,
Galvanized Iron Water Pipes, , , 1, H, 1 J, and 2 inches;
Nests of Oval and Round Galvanized Foot Tubs,
Galvanized Buckets, Maslin Kettles, Frying Pans.
Oval Tinned Iron Pots, two to six gallons;
Tinned and Enamelled Sauce Pans
AND PER BARK D0VENBY,
FROM SAME PORT.
East India Rice, Iron Bedsteads !
White Lead, Zinc, lioiled Oil, French Calf-kins,
oiLiiircws stoim: :
Corrugated Iron, Bur Iron,
Fencing Wire, IMIoware,
Hardware, Galvanized Ware, &c
FOR SALE II V
THEO, H. DAVIES.
A WORD TO THE WISE
rfMIOSE WHO REGARD THEIR HEALTH
JL will drink no water ttat has not been filtered
Can be had Cheap at 95 & 97 King Street,
LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
INSTITUTED IN 1 tf:M.
, IN of 1 he IV..pr..-..r. In Id i.i the Company's Olllre. n
L.verp-,1 Khn.Hry 21. lr the f.dlowi . Here u ad "
MDODK oth-r suten,. at, ,y ,. Chairman, to wit ,
THE PREMIUM INCOME
of the preceding year shows an incrcasa of ;i 5,5
whVnhrIwa.'.Vw.J1'','n-N',',r "'-. In J... last,
wn cn was iho,OUO) amount to .SOI.NU5.
carrVd.Tur,;!'; hur';"1"; th" I,"r'' "'
carried 7.,U.OOO fxoi,, ihe Pfolit and Loss Ae. ount t,e
Gen'l Reserve & Tire Re-insurance Fund,
which now amounts to .,? 50.000.
TOTAL Assns, liomubfr 31 of, 1x77, I,fc3f.
Jess's J'alil in Honolulu, $2.,'12;.
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CHOICE SALMON IN llAllltkm .n
HALF BARRELS. For Pale by KRfc,,S A S "
J" C. BRKWBK k CO.
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WcUl Woii'ttHiL HHeaidllBiiBg-
STOVES, RANGES, U. A FEW OF THE NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED
To be found in Honolulu.
We would call the special attention of our friends
' and the public generally, to our new
UNCLE SAM RANGES !
XT Which, in point of general arrangement, fineness of
casting and beauty of design, cannot be excelled. They are
splendid bakers. Also, the Medalion, Opera and May Ranges.
These together with the well known
PA K 0 S PLOW
PARLOR ORGANS !
Ex Martha Davis.
From $125 to $225.
FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
THE OEIVUirVE D1PROVED
A PLANTER OX IIAWAII WKITfcS IS ,
VK "AVE TRIED VOIR IMPROVED PARIS I owi iii.vr....L...
Y XATION blELL ONM. AND 1 1 X D T II KM h L I 'K K I OK I NA L L K KM M TH "
The Improved Plow, with Rolling Coulter and Extra Point, at Only Thirtj Dollar. !
Moline Horse Plow.? 4'iand 80 XI, XO and XWllZl,mut J , ' T.' "'M Kirr r
rls. p.de,. Scoop.. O..S, Ma.tocks.'nck.. fc.eam l-wkina llt , 7 ."'."'r'; 1,k'"' ' K"iV-' 'iru,
I, Noll and C; Fence Wire, annealed and tarred No J "emp, India llubl-er ai.d A.be.u rt.am fackinf, luw,in
nr TIIK IMI
A LM EDA STOVES.
Fteel Moline Erenking I"p PIos, KaIe No. 2. Paris No fi !!,.
IVIItl I AGIOS' HCALKK, TO WKHHI S( -r ;.r,lm loiJIVf,M:
Cast Steel Sledge, CK,ir' and Masons' Hammer-, Drivers Mul- and Hor. M.,- t ... .
fiwirel Vi, Coolers' Vises, Anvils, Cut Nail,, 3 to Vxi, Cut rjlk '., ?. H VU,M' II""""' "'""'
Hacnine uoits. coil -ressei uts and uhn ... ' " '
Marhtn Ttnlfc PoM Pmiftl Nut. mnA -
r, Coe's Wrenches. 8 to 21 inch: M'i , and 8. "i4 J V' J lT. ! T.rk.. .!
i, all kinds and sites. : o. fm j . embb's and lii.ioii'i
Paints, Oils, Turpentine and Varnish.
Kerosene Oil Devoe'i and Pratt's.
TO LET OR FOR SALE.
rUMIE PREMISES NEAR NLCJANC AVE.
n r. ,nulbel0'r the RT' Mausoleum, lately occupied by O
U. Dole, Esq. Area of lot 2i acres. P y
nl Enquired S. B. DOLE.
Make an assortment suitable to the
every one. 13 Printed Catalogues
Free on application. Every Stove or 1
Marble Slabs and Bowls, for wasbstands;
Rnbber Hose, , to 2 inches; Nests 1
Children's Trays, with patent fastenings;
Kevolving Sprinklers, Toiles' Sets
Wash Bowls, Pitchers, 4c. Ac, Ac.
ALSO, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
TI3NT W 33
Oi our own make, all of which we offer
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES !
J. NOTT & CO.
I Kifftit Card !atehes. Itarrela nalr. (.11 t... r...... n ..
want and means of Fsr na Cases American Prints. Ainoske.g Denims. A. C. A. and' D. Tick CmVeirV-Jl ?UT' '"" r'"'"
and Price List Mailed kind neled in tnfc cU . lf and nSl.Z. Zi
Range, WAr.llAMED. Pumps, sizes on hand: 2, 3. 4 and 6. the be.t in use; the blakV v.r..,. i"' ,u,,er" 10 thr Afi fils I Iks Make htesin
4tinK Pumps, just the thing for these drv time. .-'. r,"Vnm. "m' V. .rri". ','' lrct tvh or Irrl-
FACTLRINO CO, WILCOX GIBBS hewing Machines. We I .veX. i,,, V '. . . T.9'".' "; H.NOKR MAN f-
9f Cake Boxes makes, and at the lowest living profit. ' ' "i"" ru .latniues 01 an uie above eeleurauu
Agents for WOODWARD and DROVlM'S CELEBRATED PIANOS 1
ONLY ONE LEFT OF TWO INVOICES.
TO ARRIVE BV TOE MYSTIC BELLE !
FIr.i Direct Vr.arl frmm w V.rU I. H..nu.
A LARGE INVOICE WELL SELECTED MERCHANDISE
AMONGST WHICH ARB CONSIGNMENTS OF
The PATENT BARBED FENCING WIRES, tLe VULCAN BRAND KEROpEZiE Oa.fIRETIST.llKL