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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER SUPPLEMENT, MAY 3, 1879.
SAT VIW A Y. MAY 3.
From our Regular lVrreim'!-nt.
Monthly Letter from Earop.3 No. 27.
Loxdov, March 2-tb, 1879.
In taj last letter, describing the celebration of
Captain Cook's Centenary at Paris, I referred to
the Hawaiian account of the great navigator's
death, a synopsis of which may be of interest to
Hawaiian readers even at this day. It was first
published in 1575 by Mr. de Tarigny, ex-minister
of Hawaii and author of Fnnrtn Tmm ;n ,
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... . w ouav t a on
vt miu vxjis auriouiea to ivupa, an eyewitness
of th massacre in Kealakekua Bay. It describes
how two forests were seen gently floating on the
waters; Low Kapa and others were ordered to
swim op to them ; Low they found them inhabit
ed by god, who breathed out fire and smoke
from their nostrils and mouths, had dazzling
white skins and sparkling eyes, wore skins of
various colors with holes in the sides, into which
they plunged their Land and which appeared
full of treasures. A god with a thunderbolt kills
Kupa's father, whereupon the other swimmers
take to flight. The priest declares that the flut
ing island is the war vessel of the god Lono, Wiio
after murdering Lis wife through jealousy left
Hawaii long ago to explore the seas and bad now
returned, according to bis promise, after six gen
erations. He Lids the natives take bananas,
rocoauuts and oranges, which are accepted. At
night Lono and Lis fellow gods shoot Listing
arrows of fire at the stars, making some of them
fall into the sea. Flames of strange colors de
scending from the trees of the floating islands
and extraordinary sounds alarmed the natives.
Next day Lono L.nds, is treated as a god with
sacrifices and prostrations, but whether from an
ger or from Laving forgotten the language, Lc
makes no answer. Several of Lis inferior gods
seize on the sacfed fish destined for the altar,
others begin pulling up the palisades surround-
in I Km .ar1 niImnr f r Al.TTI I vr ri pr ffliA I
elders meet. King Kalaimano remonstrates, but
they laugh and persist. Lono comes up, crosses i
the sacred boundary and is about to enter the I
Mora. Kaoaimano intercepu nis progre, du
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iono ruueiy puanes rum away, rwuiiiiiuuuu utn i
Lono up in Lis arms and on Lis struggling to free
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himaoir. T,runi him tlht!v. Lono CT eS Out
with pain. He cries, so he is not a god ! ex
claims Kalaimano and kills Lim. The other
gods, who were pulling np the stakes, fly but the
natives fall on them and strange to say, their
blood flows like that of mortals. Kalaimano
however while launching arrows from the shore,
is killed by the invisible fire. "Thus jour
fathers," concludes Kupa, saw the death in
one day of their god and their chief."
In this song the two visits of Cook's vessels
are fused into one, and while Lieut. King repre
sents that the natives bad stolen a boat and
attacked the sailors, that Capt. Cook was leading
away the chief as a hostage to secure redress,
that a woman incited an attempt to rescue nim i
and that Cook and Lis men fired to drive them
off, and that they then rushed on him and killed
hint with their knives, Kupa lays the blame on
the sacrilege of the visitors, and describes Cook
a killed by the chief alone. It is not often in
encounters between Europeans and barbarians
that we meet with the version given by the lat-
ter and as such the above is of great value,
thoujh nearly a century elapsed before it was
committed to writing.
Eesidea the Paris celebration there was another
commemoration of Cook's centenary at Leipzig
by the Geographical Society of that place, where
at Dr. Andrce spoke on Cook's career and equal
led him to Columbus, Vasco dc Cama, Magellan
Ia this) connection I may also mention the dif
ferent memorials that baTe been erected to Cook's
memory in different parts of the world, besides
the monument at Kealakekua Bay. In St. An-
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drew'a Churcu at Cambridge tnere s a murai
tablet erected by bis widow, who survived Lira j
for 56 -vears. It bears the inscription : "in
memory of Captain James Cook of the Royal
Navy, one of the moat celebrated navigators that
this or former ages can boast of, who was killed
by the natives of Owyhee in the Pacific Ocean on
the 14tb of February, 1779, in the 51st year of
his age." Below it is a shield bearing the globe
with a star above and below. There is also a
monument in shape of a small tower in Bucking
hamshire in the park of Admiral Palliscr, Cook's
first captain, by whom it was erected in memory
or his friend, and oo the 2oth of last month there
was unveiled in Hyde Park, Sydney, the great
bronxe statue of the navigator, already described
in these letters. At Randwick, a euburb of
Sydney, there stands another pedestal statue,
erected in 1375 by Capt. Thos. Watson, an old
resident, at a coat or 200 and unveiled by the
late Commodore Goodcnongh, whose fate so
closely resembles Cook's. It standi facing Bot
any Bay with the Pacific Ocean on the left. The
collection of 00 ethnographical objects, origina
ting from Cook's third Toyage when be discover
ed Hawaii, was bought by order of the Emperor
Francis of Austria in 130G at the auction ol the
Parkinson Muscnra in London, am! now forms a
part of the great ethnographical collection at
Sug-ir making is now general throughout the
West" India Island. In Porto Rico the rains
have retarded th grinding. In Trinidad the en
tire crop from two estates amounting to 2000
hogvhead, has bcn s-jld in advance at $2.75 per
100 pound. In Brazil the crop shows a large
In the course of this summer a pioneer party
of 3000 Italians untler the leadership of Menotti
Garibaldi, the general's son, will sail in Tour
steamers (or New Guinea to establish a colony
there and found a city to le called Italia. I
shall send further particulars regarding this am
bitious project in my next. During 1878 the
entire British emigration to Australia amounted
to 30,479, an increase or over G0O0 over the pre
II. M. S. Shah, the flagship in the Pacific bincc
December, 137C, reached St. Helena Feb. 4th on
the way home, but sailed for Natal with rein
forcements against the Zulus. Capt. Sir Geo.
N'ares, now in command of the Alert on a survey
ing croi-e in the Pacific, has been appointed
chief of the Harbor and Marine Department of
the Board of Trade.
An international congress will meet at IVris
on May loth under the presidency of M. dc Lcs
sepn, to make a final decision regarding the best
r.lan for piercing the Central American Isthmus.
1 F. B.
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BREAD. CRACKERS, &c.
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FOREICN NEWS ITEMS.
Dr. Lciaoync'a cremation furnace in Tcnnsjl
tania i faying so roorly that there is talk of
turning it into a pop-corn factory.
Ttc Je?uiu Lave tent tLc Pope a kind of ulti
matum, jointing out the evils reeulting from tlicir
exclusion from the Government of the church.
Americans, oy supplying unlimited wheat
hngiand, and manufactures to the rest of the
world, arc endeavoring both to stuff and etarve
John Cull at the came moment.
The London Edinburgh Steamship Company's
steamer Albion has been chartered to convey to
Zanzibar, Africa, Mr. Henry M. Stanley and
The old and absurd practice of drevin iii tren
. . . , . . . , , . ,
isenate of the ew Zealand Umvers.rv. Quan-
lum n TiljU mane.
In Scotland, if two acknowledge each other a
husband and wife, and were understood to be fo
by other people, they are married by Scotch law.
The North Wales Slate Qaarrymen and the j ting bumble bees in his bed, and so on and some
North Wales Miner's Aejociation, offer 7 to j times we'd crowd in and bunk with him. not-
every member who will emigrate to America, and
jbx-t io inose wno leave lor Australia.
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An Electric Light Company has been incur-
porated in San irancisco. Ibis new company
rul, it is said, furnish a better light than gas, at
a cost oi one-iourta trie price cuargea ry tne com- ;
Over 3000 factories are engaged in the manu-
beside, the ten- of thousands of private dairies.
ne mn.ntilflctiirfr in (stn -ew inrlc has over
Professor Watson Las been guaranteed by the
citizens of Detroit $G0.000 for the purchase of
the largest and most powerful telescope in the
world, to be located at Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A vessel is to leave San Francisco shortly, tak
ing with hfr a steam launch and a newly inven
ted rocket for killing whales at thirty fathoms.
The steam and powder will no doubt wake up
some of the leviathans of the Arctic.
The latest statistics of the Ilcgistrar General in
England prove that they are in that country
nearly a million more females than males.
Ti : , .1 : . 1 -: .t. t.i. r
t.nirlnnil I ho cum of 1 .'I I I Mill ruicnHl t hfrn hi
Bome xcaioua botanist, as a reward to be given to
the man or woman who shall produce a blue
ti.o first fVm.il rlrVs nor imr,lnm1 in h
. . . , r .
nanonai treasury were appointed Dy secretary
Chase, in 18G0, and now there are more than one
. t. .1 A .1 I 1 t 1 I -
u'" J""Jtu .u
the departments at Washington.
The excavations at the supposed Bite of the
hanging gardens of Babylon are said to have ter
minated. They have yielded many tablets from
the time of Nabonidus to the Parthian era.
The newest thing out is manufactured food for
dogs. It is made In the form of hard biscuits.
which, it is said, the canines soon tako special
delight In gnawing as they would a meat bone.
Six hundred and twenty men are now employ
ed on the Sydney Exhibition Building. The
space applied for by Great Britain and the conti
nent ol r.urope is larger than the entire area.
The Times in its financial summary for 1873,
sari vrfj Irwfn fit t ma LavA hnan sv i japva r vaH
crcdit mCTl nnd faiiure8 multiplied on every
hand. Ihe lailurcs will be nearly hve thousand
more than last year.
The streets of Pans are kept clean in ordinary
weather by 230O Bweepcrs, publicly paid, and
2000 auxiliary handd at half wages. In very bad
weather 7000 sweepers are ready at a moment's
notice to ply their hrooms.
The Masons in France, who have excluded the !
name of the Deity from their ceremonials, are
about to invite the British and American Masons
to a conference, and will declare tucmpelrcs inde
pendent if they cannot have their own way.
Krut n guns and Remington rifles are manufac
tured by China, at her arsenals. It is asserted
that the military force of the empire is being di
vided into cadres, preparatory to being drilled
and organized on the Kuropcan plan.
The Governments of Germany, G'reat Britain,
France, the United States, Italy, Belgium, Spain,
and Portugal, are raid to have agreed to the
adoption of a sot of rules calculated in future to
prevent collisions at sea.
It was thought that the power of the micro
scope was exhausted; but Dr. Cutter, of Preston,
has exhibited the hrst one-scventy-nlth objective
CVCr produced. It made a corpuscle of
appear me size 01 a enuiing.
" Roger " Castro, alias Tichborne, writes from
bis prison cell: Dear Onslow You cannot
cope with the machinations of a mighty govern
ment any more than I could. It is no longer
Vox Poyuli vox Dei in this country. Vox Dizzy
rot Dei is the order of the day; therefore I must
remain a victim.'
The Zulus are found to be armed with the best
breech-loading rifles, are capital marksmen and
bare a supply of explosive shells of the latest pat
tern. The 2satal authorities are much exercised
over the question, " Who arms the Zulus? " the
crcdit or blame being generally attributed to the
Portuguese of Delagoa Bay. The Americans and
Ruffians aro named in the same connection.
Pope Leo XIII does not countenanco tho theo
ry that all dancing is of the Evil One. To some
ladies who asked his permission to dance during
the late Carnival be said: " Go, my dears, and
enjoy yourselves in an innocent dance, only don't
keep up too late your papas and mammas when
they want to get home again."
A letter from Ceara, Brazil, gives the details
of the horrible scenes in that province caused by
famine and small pox. The province has been
depopulated a population of 900,000 has been
reduced to 400,000. The survivors are huddled !
around the larger cities dependent upon the gov
ernment for scanty rations, and still dying at
a fearful rate. A visit to the graveyard near
Fortalcza showed that the soil was silicious sand
with no more disinfectant properties than a pi le
of store with 20.000 bodies rotting underneath.
The stench was insupportable. A new disease
called black small pox has broken out, and li is
believed it is the black plague of Europe and
Asia. Besides awful mortalities in the province
mentioned, it is believed 300.000 people died in
other famine and disease infected provinces in the
A PERFECT SEWING MAK.IHE !
THE RESULT OF
Ad Immense cot lay of money and years of labor and
experiments by Ihe best mechaoica to be found.
BUT TWELVE WORKING PARTS,
(Others require from thirty to forty, each part of
direct action, reducing friction to a minimum.
Simplicity, Strtngtk, Durability,
Ewe of Operation, Great Range oj Work, combined,
COSSTITCTIN'Q THB ONLY
Perfect, Complete & FA I LTLESS SF.WI XC MACHINE
ON THE FACE OF TOE EARTH.
VERTICAL FEED !
A SCIENTIFIC MECHANICAL. TBI.
VPII. pronounced ly the Franklin Institute, riiilailelpuia,
(highest authority in the C. S.)
'The Brt Iff J Ever luvrntrd furSe wing Jlithlnfs"
THE ONLY POSITIVE SUCCESS
IN ALL. DEPARTMENTS OF SEWING.
All loTers of proprcssire tcience and mechanical perfection
should see it, ard every lady in the land should examine and try
Davis Vertical Feed
SIII'TTI.E I.OCK-STITCII SEWING MA-
CII1NK before dwlinft ti urefcme an inf -ii ir ca-hine or a
sinsrle thr-d plaything without a trnin.
.HifMT tOR TUT. HAH' ill AS .. VyV,
a.KJ Vc. IO FORT STREET. Cta
Mark Twain's Cat Story.
NOT IX AXY Or HIS COLLECTIONS.
I knew by the sympathetic glow upon Lis bald
; head I knew by the thoughtful look upon his
i face I knew by the emotional flush upon the
! etraw berry end of the old free liver's nose, that
: Simon Wheeler's memory was busy with the
i olden time. And so I prepared to leave, for all
to these were symptoms el a reminiscence signs
that he was coing to be delivered of another of
Lis tiresome personal experiences but I was too
slow ; he got the start of me. As nearly as I
can recollect the infliction was couched in the
following language :
"We were all boys then, and didn't care f jt
nothing, and didn't haTe any trouble, and didn't
worry about nothing only to shirk school and
keep up a revivin' state of devilment all the time.
This yah Jim Wolf I was talkin' about was the
'prentice, and lie was the best-hearted feller, he
was, and the most forgivin and onselfish I ever ;
see well, there could not be a more bulher boy
i tban he was, take him how you would and sorry
enough was I when I see him for the last time,
Me and Henry was always pestering him,
! and rlasterinz Lorsebill? on his back, and rmt-
: withstanding his growling, and then we'd let on
to cet maa ana netit across Mm. so as to keen
Lim stirred up like. He was nineteen, he was.
! a i Ji i.,t, ,i K,r..i . I
fiftcen d BixtcerK an(1 tolerably lazv nnd worth-
" So that night, you know, that my bister
Mary cave a candy piullin, they started us to bed
car,J' M n .tLc company would Lave full swing,
! V "r e L" ut;!nt tho,ro?0 an el '
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got to rnarin and chargin' around it, nd carry
in' on like sin. There was four inches 7 enow
An tKn mrf nrt if Via frninn ai Via f iLi fa mno sa
vis iii'v sv Miivs aw ii swu w uus f v TV ivo csj
right smart crust of ice on it, and the moon was
shining bright, and we could see them cats like
daylight. First they would stand off and e-yow
I rn w yrnve iiist ilif en mo nu thpv trnu a rnssin nno
j .. , j - - j j -- j
another, you know, and bow up their backs and
push up their talcs, and swell around and spit,
then all of a sudden the grey cat he'd snatch a
handful of fur out of the yallcr cat but be was game.
and he'd come and clinch, and the way they'd
make the lur ny was powerful.
Well, Jim. he got disgusted with the row,
and 'lowed Le'd climb out their and shake them
ofTn that roof. He hadn't rcely no notion of
doin it, likely, but we everlastin ly dogged him,
and bullyragged him, and 'lowed Le'd always
bragged how he would not take a dare, and so on
and lo and behold you, he went went exactly as
he was notbin' on but a shirt, and that was
short. But you ought to see him. You ought
to see him creepin' over that ice, and diggin' his
toe nails and finger nails in to keep from Blippin',
and bovc all, you ought to have seen that shirt
tail n-flappin' in the wind, and them long, ridi
cuIoub shanks of his a-glistenin' in the moon
licht. 44 Them company folks were down there under
the caves, the whole 6quad of them under the
ornery Ehed of old Wasbin'ton Bower vines all
eettin' round about two dozen sassers of hot
candy, which they'd set in the snow to cool.
And tbey was langhin' and talkin' lively ; but
bless you, they didn't know notbin' about the
panorama that was goin' on over their heads.
Well, Jim he went a sneakin' up unbeknown to
them cats they was Bwishin' their tails and
yow-yowin and threatenin' to clinch, you know,
and not payin any attention he went a-sncak-in'
right np to the comb of the roof, till ho was
in a foot and a half of 'cm, and then nil of a
sudden he made a grasp for the yaller cat ! But,
by gosh, ho missed fire and slipped bis holt, and
his heels flew up and he flopped on his back, and
shot ofTn that roof like a dart went a slashin'
nnd a crashin' down through them old rusty
vines and landed right in the dead centre of them
comp'ny people ! set down like a yearthquake
in them two dozen sassers of red-hot candy, and
let off a howl that was heard f'm the tomb !
Them gals well, they looked, you know. They
f ce he wan t dressed lor company, and so tney
lull. -vil uunu ill u ecLunu, in nan juon uuc muv;
war whoop and a whish of their dresses, and
UinuiU IUO ncuv.ll vt cm n o iu cigiivaiijiiuviii
" Jim, he was a eight. He was gormed with
.that bilin' hot molasses candy clean down to his
heels, and had more busted eaesers bangin' to
him than If he was an Injun princess and he
come a prancin' up Btairs just a whoopin' and
cursin', and every jump he gave shed some china,
and every eqnirm he fetched he dropped some
"And blistered! Why, bless your soul, that
foor cretur couldn't rcely set down comfortable
or as much ns four weeks.'
A Monitor Horse Power, new,
Tint in's imi.roved patent, with f haft and Fly-wheel
For One, Two or Four Horses !
JCST TCE THIXQ FOB
riimiinr oi- JSSa.Aving-1
1I.SO, FRESH CALSrOBMA U.IY A.D CRAI.V,
By recent Arrivals
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apl9 3m L.A1NE Si CO.
NEW STORE, NEW PRICES,
NEW GOODS !
fMMfK UNDERSIGNED, IMPORTER AND
BL Manufacturer tl
Having opened FURNITURE STORE In Honolu
lulu, invites the public to inspect his Stock of Goods, ALL
NEW, and or the LATEST DESIGNS, which he
proposes to sell at lower rates than the public have ever before
been offered. He is also prepared to do all kinds of work
that pertaios to the business.
Call mid Soo liis
PiCLOR SETS, bl.MNG ROOM SETS, -
PHI FTRMTrRE OF ILL KIXDS,
OFFIC E AM) STORE CHAIRS,
AND MATTRES3E3 OF ALL KIN S3.
XT California and Eastern made Furniture of all kinds and
styles at the Lowest Prices.
F. H. WILT,
jxii Cm On Hotel street, two doors from Fort street.
FROM THE COAST,
GYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
la Bottles, Demijohns aud Flasks.
SOUR MASH WHISKY
Kentucky Favorite do.
IX ST0XK BOTTLES.
"Vory- Fin e CSrUNT
IX ET0XE JCG?.
And 50 Half Bbls. of Good
This last was purchased in Louisville, Kentucky,
from the DISTILLERY,
AND WAS TWO YEARS OLD!
When it Ufl New York Cily on the ship " Sovereign of
Ihe Seas," lhal lately arrived in San Francisco,
via Cape Horn.
BEING BOUCHT IN BOND!
And shipped direct lo us. we do not pay the Inter
nal Revenue Tax, and so are able to aell
WHISKY CHEAPER THAN 4 Y HOI'SE IX THE CITY
Call and Examine.
apl2; !i MERCHANT STREET.
.X DISCO YERY. rOIl SALE B
jil It BOLI .Kit CO.
Political Pulpit Palaver.
John Hemphill, by courtesy styled reverend,"
entertained his Calvary Church flock last night
with a political sermon, or rather a palaver.
wnico neitncr nonorea neaa nor his heart. If
some half-educated politician should inform the
1 people that the movement in favor of a new
organic law in this stacc iuf close kin to Russian
Nihilism or the French C'ummunc ; that it was
the intention of the gentlemen who made the new
Constitution to overthrow our whole govern
ment, social, civil and religious ;" that the
" entire course of the agitators is fanatical end
treasonable ;" and that -'our liberties are en
dangered by the threats of a set of idle, whisky
drinking, houseless, property less vandals " he
would be put off by sensible men with a smile,
and by all true American manhood with silent
contempt. John Hemphill, by courtesy rever
end, merits more pointed rebuke.
Hi3 ignorance shows how much-he is out of
place in essaying instruction upon politics, and
the intemperance and recklessness of his language
are disgraceful to hi9 cloth, and, we hope, dis
gusting to the honest and truth-loving members
of his flock. There is, for example, nothing
treasonable in mere speech, under the law of
California or of the United States. If Hemphill
does not know this, he is not as well informed on
the subject of his pulpit palaver as nine men out
or every ten ot those whom lie lalsely character
izes as whisky-drinking, idle, houseless, prop
ertyless vandals." It is a notable fact that the
workingmen of this city are led by men of marked
sobriety and industry, and if they are houseless
and property less," it is no fault of theirs, but
rather of that greedy, gambling, swindling, cor
rupting, dissipating robber class in whose inter
est most of the opponents of ther.cw fundamental
Therefore it is not a matter of much surprise
that the conclusion of Hemphill's string of false
and contemptuous epithets, leveled directly at
more than 13,000 American citizens and voters
of San Francisco, was greeted from the gallery
by the words "You lie!" The language was
just such as to elicit the " lie " from any work
ingman who might chance to be in ear-shot of
it, though there is no excuse for the person who
gave the " lie " in the house of prayer. But is
he more culpable, is he as much to blame, as the
reverend politician who gave the provocation by
turning Ins pulpit into a forum and applying
epiinets wnicn in any other presence could not
tail to be resented tor the coarseness and false
hood of them ?
What right has a minister of the gospel to turn
his church and Lis pulpit into u political ma
chine? He denounces the new Constitution, by
fair inference, as communistic, revolutionary,
treasonable, and leading to many great evils.
Has he ever read it We do not believe he has.
If he has, he has wholly misunderstood it. And
this would not be strange, considering that it is
entirely out of the line of his business to inter
pret such an instrument.
If he has not read it and we don't believe he
has his palaver merits the severest reprobation
as that of an arrogant, ignorant, overbearing and
bitterly prejudiced man, without a spark of
charity or sympathy for his fellow-men who hap
pen to be poor. S. F. Chronicle.
E. S. CCJNIIA PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT ST R KIT, HONOLULU.
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To Sugar Planters.
1R. WOOUIIE A O. REPRESENT I XfJ ihe
l-M famous House of Messrs. PONTIFEX & WOOD. Su
gar Machinery makers of London will visit parties or confer
with planters on their estates to lake orders, furnish plans and
give any information to parties ilesirine to order suear ma
chinery. Address with C BRKWER & CO.
rilllfc UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENTLY
M. received the Agency of Monuments, IJeaistones. Ac. by
special arrangements with the ninnuicturers is able to luruisli
Hie same at tower figures than they have heretofore been sold.
Designs and Drawings can be seen at my shop. By pricing
these articles, the enormous reduction will nt once be seen.
Monuments can be obtained at all prices, from $40 to $1000.
The inducements 1 offer are such that people have no need
of sending elsewhere.- CHRIS. GKR'l'Z,
No. Gi Hotel Street, next door to the Pa!nce of Sweets."
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
It ESFKCT I.I.V IX-
forms the public, iliM he keeps on h.md a Fine As
sortment of I.alitV ami Gens'
Waltliara Watthes, Cold and Silver Chains, Ameri
can (lurks. Jewelry, &t.,
which he will sell AT RE1LCE!) FKICES, and
guarantee them as billed.
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
FaUhfully Attended to. Watch Glasses 25 Cent. Store on
Nuuanu Street, opposite Ilollis-tei & Co. 'a. u21
THE OLD ESTABLISHED Bl'SI-
nMa lfnnaa nf A U sf I rnTIAlt V Jtr iT ml
fttm va j a. aj sva aa w a.s m. aik
mJm nated in Waipio, Hamakca. Hawaii, consists of
a Store and a Dwelling House, aluosl new. Alo, Store Houses,
Cook House, 4c, with a large and w?ll selected Stock of
Also, a balance of lease of Wiipio Valley for a term of 13
years, comprising aa area of some 3,000 acres, admirably
adapted for Bice or Sugar culture.
Also, lease of Maliwai, which comprise several thousand
acres of wood land. This is a rare chance for parties wishing
to go into Sugar or Rice, in one of the most desirable localities
in the Kingdom.
For particulars, apply to
Messrs. A. S CLKQIIORN fc CO., Honolulu,
Or to J. R. MILL?, Uamakua.
Waipio, March 13th, 1S79. nih22
Keep Still, While I Read This!
IF YOU WANT A GOOD CIG.4K, go to MA II
CHANT'S, Fort street, opposite lloth's,
II ABAXA. GERM AN AND MAM I. LA . all of
the Best Quality. Pipes of all kinds; Cigar and Cigarette
Holders; Tobacco the very best plug; Prepared Smok
ing Tobacco, all of the choice brands in fact, everything
to be found in a flret-class Cigar Store.
MANUFACTURED EXPRESSLY for MAR
CHANT, a small and very choice lot ol Cigars, just re
ceived per bark Kalakaua from 'Frisco. There is no Oaa
absut this no Whale or Tame Oyster Yarn. -
N.'B. A NEW LOT OF SPLENDID MA
NILLA?, the best iu the Market.
CALL AND SEE M A HCII A NT'S PATENT
APPARATUS for Steaming and hitening Cigars ! Kast
side of Fort street. nihl
A RARE CHAPJCE!
TM BE SOLD ONLY ON ACCOUNT OF
. sudden departure, about 3000 acres of fine, arable land,
situated near the landio? of Kaunakakai, Mulokai, consisting
in part of about 1000 acre of Gne cane land, the principal part
situated within a rain belt jrhich extends along the mountains.
The balance ia One timber and grazing land. A large stream
of water has its source uion the place, and is capable of irriga
ting the whole tract. Also, four acres of fine thriving young
cane, vegetables of all kind, two houses, working and riding
horses, cart, plows, harnesses, saddles, tools of all kinds, sev
eral hundred chickens, geese, c. Also, a profitable business
in connection with the same, paying $100 per month, and ca
pable of a large increase. All the household furniture will be
sold with or without the place. Enquire of
W. C. LAMBERT, on the place; or of
R. F. BICKER TON, No 23 Merchant 8t.,
mhl Cm Honolulu
THOS. G. THRUM'S
TOP.T STREET STOUE.
Thronsla Ihe Dark Continruf, by Stanley; 2
rois. (Fifth supply.)
Dick So aids, the Boy Co pi oiu, by Jules Verne.
Gospel Hymn and Surrrd Sougt, No. 3, with
L'acle Tom's Cabin, by Mrs. Stowe ; One illustrated
Genevieve of Brabant, by Mrs C. Willing; fine
lala, by M. B. M. Toland ; flue i:luMrateJ edition.
Gleaning for the Curiona. y C C. ll'.iubau-h.
Great Shipnrerki, from 1544 to 157".
Hair Hoar Rrrrrnliou., in Natural Hiiorv, by
Daily fwi Csrre.psndrurr tf the War between
Russia and Turkey ; 2 vols.
Echoes from MUt-Lnud, by Foresticr.
Kent's Letters) to Fanny Brawne.
Life and Word, ot Cbriat, by Dr. C. Ceikie ; 2 vols
Tbe Koran, by G. Sale.
Arboreal Sous of Ihe Alituaedn.
Coffee Plnnting in Sonlhrrn India JL Ceylon
by E. C. F. Hull.
Vncl 7rjviiy Otlioi,
New Sheet and Bound Music,
r STATIONERY, ETC.
PLANTATION SALMON !
IOR SALE AT LOW RATE IX Ql'A.V.
TITltS 19 rait, hj
jo 11 tf
CAST UK A. COOKE.
OREGON FLOUR !
IAXK A. FALKINHCRO.
TOR SALS BY
jn 11 tr
Something New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting His Own Horn !
HAVING JTST TTHXKI) OITT A NEW
Sijk- of OCMP W ACJOX f r tb Wimnlo 8aer Co.
No one lo one word about ii. ttometbing awful for Plan
tation It turns in less space than a tvo-wheel ox cart.
Width of hlnl tires, 6 inched; frnt, 4 ioche; boiit light, but
ery Mrong. Those wishing to lend in Urge ordern, and wish
them got out on time, would da well to do it immediately, nr
inej man tn.i dace ana wait ineir lorn. mhla
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Bed
ONLY FIFTEEN DOLLARS
So Cheap thai all eon have it, ami yet
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
O Try one, and it not satisfactory, money will be refund
ed. On exhibition and for sale by DILLINGHAM A CO.
nihl or of the manufacturer, O. f. FARRAR.
ratllE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
at. notify the public that they have perfected their arrange
ments, and are vw prepared to furnish to consumers any and
ALL KINDS OF STOCK FEED
Wheat, Oats, Barley, Alfalfa aod Manienlellajr,
Oats, lirao, Barley, tfbeat, Com, Middlings,
Will Feed, Oil Cake Meal, Cracked Cora, Etc.
Having a First Class Mill,
We are Prepared to Fill All Orders for
Corn Meal, or any kind of Ground Grain. Orders lelt for
Mixed Feed,l. e., Hay Cut and Grain Ground, bagged and
delivered, will be promptly attended to. Ground Grain is
from fifty to one hundred per cent, more economical than
Whole Grain, to feed to stock. We have a large and commo.
dious Warehouse. 150x50, near the Steamer Wharf, where we
can accommodate persons who require storage; and our build
ing is rain proof, rat proof and wind proof. Also, a Stock
Yard attached to our Warehouse, where we are prepared to
accommodate amies, uorses, etc., and guarantee them plenty
of Good Feed and attention, at reasonable rates. Plantation
orders, as well as all others, will be thankfully received and
promptly attended to. OFFICE on Fort Street, next door to
Lucas' Mew chop.
mhl6m LAINE St CO.
Direct from Jjondon, a Jlue assortment oj
G1 ENT LUM EN'S SILK, LAMB'S WoOh,
I Merino, India Gauze aod Lisle Thread Undershirts.
Silk, Shaker Flannel, India Gauze, Linen and Jean Drawers,
Spun Silk, Balbrippan, Brown Cotton, Stripe Cotton, Stripe
Merino, Shetland Merino, Silver Grey and Dark Grey Me
rino Half Hose,
41 Guiots," French Silk and Cotton Suspenders,
White Cambric. Lavender, Black and Colored Silk Ties,
Baronet, Club House, Windsor, Black and Colored Silk Scarfs,
White, Black and Colored Silk Bows,
Printed Cambric Ties,
Linen Cambric Handkerchief'),
Linen Cambric Hem Stitch Handkerchief?,
While and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
French Silk Umbrellas, (large and small.)
A CHOICE SELKCTION OF
Crowu, Coutlray's. (liar din's, Colgate's, liosnell's,
I.nbiuN. Piuaod's, Pirssf & Labia's,
KimuiePs and Wenrk'g
Consisting in part of
Bouquet des Alpes, Otto of Roses, Essence of Roses, Persian
Otto ol Roses, White Rose, Moss Rose, Province Rose, Essence
Bouquet, Crown Bouquet. Prince of Wales, Princess Beatrice,
Princess Louise, Princess Alice. Dutchess of Edinburgh, Mar
qui of Lome, Mathiola, Hawthorn Bloom, Opoponax, Wild
Flowers of India, Marvel of Peru, Italian Violets, Wood Vio
lets, Sweet Pea, Sweet Briar, Orange Flowers, Golden Lily,
Lily of the Valley. New Mown Hay, Heliotrope, TulipB, Fran
gipanni, Ttondelita, Jockey Club, Ylang Ylang, Patchouly,
Paidium, Mouseline, Eglantine, Skating Rink, Sandal Wood,
Musk, &.C la cut glass, gill and plain bottles, all sixes, from
Fifty Cents to Ten Dollars a bottle. Just the thing for a
TOILET WATERS, VINEGARS, &c,
Eau de Ti-ilctte, Ea5 de Cologne, Florida Water, Lavender
Water, Verbena Water, Hungary Water, Honey Water, Toilet
Vinegar, Aromatic Vioegar, Cpoponax, Bay Rum, dec.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Barry's Tricophcrous, Bogles Hyperion Fluid, Burnett's
Cocoaine, Oleocome, Bay Rum Oil, Pestachio Nut Oil, Row
lands dc Son's Genuine Macassar Oil, Briedenbach'a Macassar
Oil. Lime Juice and Glycerine, Opoponax Oil, Pomade Vase
line. Crown Pomade, Rimmel's Pomade, Pinard's Pomade,
OR THE COMPLEXION,
Rowland's Kalydor, Briedenbach's Kalydor, Milk of Roses,
Bloom of Vouih, Bloom of Roses, Vinajrre de Ron?e, Lubln'a
Blanc de Perle, Barry's Pearl Cream, Cold Cream of Roses, Ac.
TOILET & NURSERY POWDERS,
Fay's Velcutine, Opaline, Pestachio Nut Powder, Eukonis,
Opera Gem, Lily White, Violet Powder, Rice Powder, Love
Powder for Sachets.
Ivory, Yfood and Paper Powder Boxes and Puffs.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE TEETH,
Barry's Marfilina Florilioe, Sczodont, Tinct. Myrrh and
Borax, Rowland's Odonto, Orris and Chalk, Cherry Tooth
Paste, Crown Tooth Paste, Oriental Tooth Paste, Lyon's Tooth
Tablets. Japanese Tooth Powder, Violet Mouth Wash, Aro
matic and Ladies' Cachous.
A large and varied assortment of
COLGATIi'S. COCDRAY'S. CROWN, GOS
N ELL'S, LL'BIN'S, P1ESSE t LCBIN'S
Toilet Soap Tablets.
Containing the following and many other kinds :
Rose, Otto of Roses, Patchouli, Franglpaoni, Heliotrope,
New Mown Hay. Violet, Mitlefleurs, Csshmire Bouquet, Jock
ey Club, Honey, Almond and Glycerine, Elder Flower, Oat
Meal, Lettuce, Rice Starch, Lavender, Pesuchio Nut Oil Soap,
Ambrosial. Rondeletia, Cold Cream, Pure Curd, Musk, Sandal
Wocd. Calvert's Carbolic. Chardina Medicated, Pears' Cold
Tar. Junepar Tar, Glenn's Sulphur, Vandyke's Sulphur,
Pears' Transparent Scap Balls and Shaving Sticks, Lubln's
Crystal:z-d Shaving Stick!.
Naples, Shaving Soap,
Cornell's Ambrosial Shaving Cream,
Sewing Machine Soap,
Kitchen Cry.ttal Soap.
Ivory, Pearl Inlaid, Celuloid, Florence.
And a full line of GOSNELL'S HAIR BRI'SIIES,
from Fifty Cents to Three Dollars and Fifty Cents each.
Tooth, Nail, Cloth, Shaving, & Shoe Brushes, Whisk Brushes.
Hand Mirrors, Dreswing Combs. Ele.
EXTRA MESS BEEF !
HALF BARRELS FOR FAMILY CSE.
M. Pig Pork in ) and i LbU pr Steamer
for saie Dy
G. BREWER & GO.,
- Now Offer to Arrive,
Per Amer. bk Martha Davis
DCE FROM BOSTON IN MARCH ft EXT.
'MIE FOLLOVI.r;il. VOICE OF MLR.
4. chandiM purchased at lower prices thin at any time
during the past twenty years, and will be offered for sale at
correspondingly low prices.
M ANILA CORDAGE selected assortment from II to 4) in.
Bolt Rope frcm Si to 4 inches. No. 1 RoIn,
Wilmington Pitch, Wilmington Tax,
Linseed Oil in 6-plbn tins.
Hill bbls Mineral Paint, Spirits Turpentine,
I inch to 3 incite.
BBLS. MESS PORK,
BBLS. MESS BEEP,
La Ci'oix Green Corn,
Tomatoes, 3 lb tins; Lewis' Tomato Ketchup, pts and qt;
Fresh Lobsters, 1 lb and 2 lb tinsj Green Pea,
Sausage Meat, Gherkins, 1 (all and fall Jars,
Parker House Soups,
EASTERN CUBE SUGAR,
SO I'OPNIl BOXES,
Barrels Salt, 10 lb. bags,
Nests Trunks, Pick Mattocks, Hunt's Axes, Ox Bows,
Centennial Rocking Chairs,
Cases " Electric " Refined
Test guaranteed ABOVK theatandatd. sample! having been
tested by Marshal Parke.
Axe Handles, Pick Handles,
Babbitt Metal, Salder,
Iron Chests for Plantations and Schooners,
Leather Belling, S inches, 4 inches and ft Inches,
MOLINE - PLOWS, asstd. styles,
OARS, OX YOKES.
FA K1S PLOWS, Charcoal Irons,
Corn Bheilers, Rubber Hose. Inch,
An Invoice or Cut Nails and Spikes,
Centrifugal rushes, Oakum, Composition Nails,
FRANKLI N STOYK COIL, la tasks for I tmlly
, ......j .r,
AN ASSORTMPVT nr
BAR AND FLAT IRON.
Burlap Bags, Cedar Shingles,
IRONT PIPE, i inch (oS Inches,
Ioi-tlniid Oomoiit !
YELLOW METAL. 10 lo 20 ox..
Downer's Kerosene Oil.
C. BREWER & CO.
iiolli:s & CO.,
WOULD rNFORM THEIR FRIENDS
nnd the public generally, that they have
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
neb. iis just been completed, situated at the Old Stand.
34 Queen Street, where they have been making large additions
to their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and Plantation Stores,
which make their assortment large and varied.
Will be happy to have a call from their patrons, and they
will assure them that no pains will be spared to attend to their
wants in a satisfactory manner.
We have now in Stock: Cordaee, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sizes; Cotton Duck, Flax Canvas, Hemp Canvas.
Cotton Sail Twine, 6, 8, 7 and 8 plyi Flax Bail Twine, 8 and S
ply; Blocks, Oars, Shleves, Hooks and Thimbles, 4c, Ac, all
of which will be sold at Bed Rock Prices.
Wonolulu, Nor. S3d, 1878. jl 79
9 BOLI.K8 Sc CO.
For Sale by
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL,
HDBBUCK'S PURE LEAD, IIUBBUCK'S
White Zinc, Hubbnck'a Pale Boiled Oil, Boston Spirits
Turpentine. For Sale by
jal '79 BOLLES a CO.
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS,
F ALL SUA DES, IN LARGE AND SMALL
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
'assorted sizes, small chains.
BOLLES A CO.
flEEF. PORK, HAMS. BACON, CHEESE,
For Sale by
MAP Lard, 4C , yc.
BOLLES If CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. NEW AND
FRESH. For Sale by
jal '79 BOLLES 4f CO.
4 LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING I
Roast Beef. Boiled Beef. Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton.
Compressed Corned Beef, Pigs Feet, Lambs Tongues, Beef
Tonguea, Tripe, Fish Chowder. Font and liesns, codasb
Balls, fcc, 4c. For Sale by
jal '79 BOLLES CO.
CUTTINGS Si CO.'. FRUITS AND JELLIKS,
San Jose Fruits and Jellies, a full assortment,
jal '79 For Sale by BOLLES a CO.
nURE SPERM OIL. STRAINED AND FREK
For Sale by
JL from foots.
B0LLK3 lc CO.
N QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FOR SALE BV
. jl 'i
TO-TOOX-DAY, DEVOE'S AND DOWNER'S.
IK jal '79 For Sale by BOLLES k CO.
'CALIFORNIA CUBE I - Xdlb BOXES.
Kees of powdered sugar.
jal '79 For Sale by
BOLLES k CO.
BURNETTS FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
VFULL ASSORTMENT. FOR SALE AT
Wholesale and retail by
j.l '79 BOI l.r.3 A CO.
. EX DISCOVERY. "
ItrAMLLA CORDAGE. Auorlrd Sizes,
XlM which gives us a Full Assortment. For ssle by
BOLLES A- CO.
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR,
TOW LANDING EX DISCOVERY.
jal '79 For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
FRESH FROM THE MILL,
J.1 Ex Discovery
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
I) R F.ST O N A N D M E R R I L L'S.
jil '79 For Sale by BOLI.F.S A CO.
ri'HE REAL ARTICLE OF EAST INDIA
I Chutney in quart Bottle, assorted,
jl '79 F.iTSaleby HOLI ER & Co.
MANUFACTURERS AND IKP0!.TEf,3
Is TZ HC 11 iPTIONk)
A. I- T
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other parts of the Island.
DESIRING FUFINITUnC I
CAN IIAVK TBEIft
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By application to Mr. K. F. ADA MS, Qasea Stmt,
who has our Descriptive Catalogue with Priors.
OUST II7v 1ST D !
II Store f L. W. HOP!, Klnf St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Seta !
Black Walnut "idebnards,
BUch Walnut D.nlnf Chairs,
Oak Caae Beat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedroom (Ma,
Piae Bureaea, ate , -
E. P. ADAMS, Agent for Haw'n Is.
J13 TP '
A. W. PEIRCE&COs,
(AT THE OLD STORE)
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
WHALING GEAR OF ALL KINDS,
Whaleboats, Boat Block, Anchors, Chains,
Hemp and MaUla Cordage, Duck, Naval fltores.
Painta and Oils, Brass and Galvanised Marine Hardware-,
hailuiakers' Roods, Boatbuilders' Ilardwar, "
Hay, Oats and Bran, Etc., Etc
Would Inform our fr lends and patrons, that ws hart now om
hand the most complete and varied assortment of
SHIP CHANDLERY !
SHIP & NAVAL STORES,
I and othsr Goods ia our line, to bo bund aa tho fUndlih tmt.
a,nd'j hinDew term of years, of the old ,
iUO)j) farorably know by ths people of tbs
I nonuwrcsi uianas, nu y me Masters ana owners of Wbailnf
. ...... . . .. wavu wu nr. r ITVinjU Una
B tore house near by, giving- ns unequsled facilities for keeping
even u still mors complete and varied assortment of all tho
Goods in our line, la rue additions to which wo havo ordr4
from the United Btalea and Kurope, all of whira we off on
the most favorable terms.
Coils a Threads. Colls 0 Thread. Colls 13 Threads.
Coils U Inch, Colls 14 Inch, Coils loch. Colls I Inch,
Colls 21 Inch, Coils 2( loch, Colls S Inch.
Colls 8 loch, Coil. 81 loch, Colls 8, loch. Colls Bf Inch. ,
Colls 4 loch, Colls 41 Inch, Coils 4 loch. Coils 6 lack.
Cutting Falls, Manila BoR Rope, Biaal Bops, Bale Bops,
Hay Hope, Manila Lath Yarn, Galvanised Ir. Rop.,
Wire Seising, Deep 8a Lead Unes, CO ra'linta Log LIDOS,
Lines for Patent Log, Signal Halyards, Fish Lines.
1 Inch, 1 Inch, I Inch, 21 Inch, S loch, 2 Inch, .
8 inch. 3J Inch, 3J loch, 5, Inch, 4 Inch, 4T Inch, i Inch,
bi me n, o men, ot incn, i incn, it men, a loca.
RITLIK- 19 ikri, IS tfamd, II thread, tl thrtad.
SPUN YARN 8 yarn, 8 yarn. '
SEIZING 4 thread, 9 thread, 12 thread.
Marline, IJousellne, Hambrolioe, Rounding, Buvsia Bolt Bops.
Knn. 1, 2, S, 4, S, , 7, 8, , 10. Ravens, Drills, Are.
aiD.hant Navy, all nnmbers; Long Flax, all austber)
rarsiio larua, uemp Twloe, (Jottoa Twin. '
Whipping Twine, Sail Nosdle., Roping Nevdlss,
ratting nirain, iwiwii, Bailors' raima,
Sailmakers' Seaming Palms, Ssilmakers' Boplns Palms,
Hall Hooks, Galvanised Iron Clew.. Galvanised TblaubiM,
Brass Thimble., Open Thimbles, Thimble for Wire Hope,
Sister Hooks and Thimbles, Flag.,
Anchors froso 40 lbs. to 2400 lbs. Chalna from U. to II lo.
Capstans. Windlass Gear, Brass Boat Cotnpaoes,
Brass Ship Compasses, Tell Tate Compasses,
Rilchles' Spirit Compisses, No. 1;
" " No. t
" " No. 8;
Sheathing Fell, Yellow Metal, Sheet Lead, Fog Haras,
Lilly Irons, Grains. Cork Fenders, Uoly Bloswa,
Capstan Bars, Uandipikea, Mast Hoops, Lead Figures,
Corn Brooms, Hickory Brooms, Katan Bpmmb, rjaeoaonl do,
Pump Leather, KlgKlng Leather, Galvanised Boat Nails,
Galvanised Scupper Nail., Galvanised Cat Nails,
Galvanised "weed Iron Tacks, CosoposilJoa Nails,
Cut Nails, 8d to oOd; Finish Naila, Iron Tacks,
Copper Tacks, flat heads; Copper Tacks, round heads;
Wrought Boat Spikes, Handled Axes, Wood Saws,
Hand Saws, Claw llatchsti. Shingling liatcheia,
Hammers, Screw Wrenches, Top Mauls,
Caulking Mallets, Caulking Irons, Ilawslng Irons,
Hawalng Beetles, Jack Planes, Smooth Planes, HUls,
Bitt Stocks, Rules, Nail Gimlets, ftplk. Gimlet.
iianaiea urad awl., ecrew drivers, Cold Chisels,
Chain Punches, Copper Panche. Martin Spikes.
Flat Files, Half Round Files, Saw Files, Grfodstooea,
urinations rixiures, uras ncrews, iron ncrews,
Hasps and Staple., Copper Wire, Brass Padlocks,
Iron Padlocks, Com position Port Hinges, pairs;
Composition Strap Hlnrea, pairs;
Gaiv. Iron Bow Locks, Jlv. Iron Belaying Pins
LoeuM BeUylng Pin., Hickory Belaying Pins, Lieards,
Fair Leaders, Parrel Tracks, Mast-head Tracks,
Serving Mallets, Serving Boards. Chain Hooks,
Hay Hooks, Oslv. Boat Hooks, Oalv. Jib Haaks,
Wood Jib Hanks, Wood Pump, for Water Casks,
Galv. Screw Anchor Shackle., Cbaia Shackles,
Anchor Shackles, Ship Serapera, Jtiggiog Screws,
Wrist Shackle., Patent Links, Oars, from to 22 fceli
Sculls, Deck Buckets.
Metalline Blocks, patent; Blocks, commons
Blocks, iron strap, patent; Blocks, rope strap, patent
Blocks, lope .trap, common; Boaich Blocks,
Blocks, wide score lor main sheet;
Blocks, lignum vitse, for jib sheet; Patent Sheaves,
Common Sheaves, Head JCyes, Hearts, Balls Cyea.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
Raw Oil. Boiled Oil, Kerosene Oil,
Wbal Oil, China Hut Oil, Lard Oil,
Woodward's B'gnal Oil, Tar Oil,
Bright Varnish, Black Varnish,
S. Turpentine, Coal Tar, patent Dryer, Bed Lead,
White Lead, Black Paint, Green Paint, Bed Paint,
Yellow Paint, Blue Paint, Metallic, dry; Lamp Black,
Chrome Yellow, ChteoM Ureen, Prussian Blue,
Burnt Umber, Chinese Vermillion, Copper Paint.
Potash, Concentrated Lye, Sal Soda, Glue, Putly, Chalk,
Black Lead, for sheave.; Tar. Pitch, Rotln, Oakum,
Pitch Mop., Flat Paint Brashes, Roaod Paint Brashes,
Varnish Brushes, Whitewash Brushes, Marking Brashes,
Pencil Brushes, 8iove Brunhes, Shoe Brushes,
Dust Brushes, l-ong Handled Tar Brushes, Flas Brashes,
Seam Brashes, Scrub Brushes. Sash Tools, .
Log Books, for 110, 240 and 360 days; 14-seeond Glasses, '
Patent Logs, Steel Shovels. Scoop k hovels. Rubber Oilers,
Brass Oilers, Lamp Feeders, Lanterns, Side Lights, tin;
Side Lights, brass; Fresnal Signal Lights, sine;
Fresnal Signal Lights, brass; Cabin Lamps,
Lamp Wick, balls; Put Wicks, d.i Lamp Barnera,
Lamp Chimneys, Cotton Waste, lbs.; Balk Brick,
Brown Soap. Salt Water Soap, Caps and Saucers,
Tumblers, Knives and Forks, Spoons, Chopping Knives,
Chopping Trays, Sieves, Coffee Mills, Dust Pans.
Wash Basins, Mincing Knives, Blubber Forks, Boat Boards
Boat Timbers, Boat Knees, Boat Mail., all sises;
Mast Hinges, Steering Braces, etc.
Whaleboats, Whale Irons, Whale Lancet,
Brand's Bomb flans. Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Pair. Killer, Pierce's Magnetic Truss.
Beer, Pork. Bread, Crackers, Tn-served Meal., Frails, '
CALIFORNIA HAY. BRAN, OATS, &c
jal 8 '79
RECEIVED THIS DAY FROM AA N
Francisco, direct from tbe MIUs,
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR.
BAKER'S EA'TRA FLOCR,
8 TONS BRAN.
For sale by (mhl) BOLLES A CO.
AND WASHED SUGAR FROM TUB
mill of Alex. Hutchison, a line article,
jal 79 For Bale by BOLLES 4c CO.