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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER SUPPLEMENT, MAT 24, 1879.
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SATURDAY, AM K 2t.
Pacific Coast News.
The arrival. Mat 18th, of t!e barkentino Di'j-
cocery, Captain Fuller, and Kalakava, Captain
Jenks, furniiiLevl us with dates to tbe 2nd. The
later inini jut i via oi lite I', ju. s. a. Uo.
Australia, baa brought the dates down to tbe
12th inat. Subjoined we gire tbe latest new-.
A despatch from Astoria, Oregon, mja tbe
Great Republic wbicb went aabore at tbe mouth
of tbe Columbia River on inat., ia going to
piece?. Tbe p aseeogcrs hare all been taken to
Astoria. The captain arxl crew are aabore on
Sand Is Jan J. Tbe freight and baggage have all
All account agree that the disaster waa due to
an attempt to enter the port at bight when it
waa very dark. Tbe ship waa badlj out of her
Tbe follrtwirg are tbe names, a furniahed by
the purser, of those who were loat by tbe cap
Lzin of a boat of the steamer.
Iiub Leuloo, first officer; R. Davis, second
officer; J. Connor, boatswain; William Johnson,
cirpcctcr; I'ctcr Rogers, watchman; Tbomaa
IlcEvoy. meseman; Samuel McMurray, waiter;
Frank MaUory, (bod recovered); Frank Con
nelly, fireman; Alexander Scott, fireman.
Tte ship Ilartt'j Mills reports that on tbe 23d
of January all the Pitcairn Islandere were well,
their new church built, and that they gratefully
acknowledged the receipt of articles sent them
from San Francisco.
Shortly after midnight on Saturday, the 19th
of April, a fire broke out at ureka, Nevada, in
the rear of the Opera IIoie, a Urge frame build
ing on Ratcman street. The flames spread out
with preat rapidity and made a clean track near
ly half a mile, upending it force finally at a
foundry and an odote boarding house cloe to the
Eureka Consolidated Mining Company's Works.
There ia not a building left standing save I'axton
& Co. 'a block and the atone job office of the
The total ls is estimated at $1,000 ,000, on
which there ia not over $123,000 insurance,
which ia distributed in sinalil risks among a
Lirge number of companies. Among tbe larger
individual loeees were Joseph Mendez, $15,000;
Eureka Foundry Company, $20,000; Uonnette
Ic Morgantine, $.10,000; Nathan Sc Co., $25,
000; W. P. Haskell, $25,000; Charles Lonter
acblegcr, $13,000; owner of Masonic Hall, $12
000; Ueorga Thacber, $20,000; C. II. Fiske,
$H,C00; J. S. Wbitton, $20,000.
Relief movements were inaugurated at once in
San Franciaco, Sacramento, Virginia City and
other places. Money to the amount of about
$I0,0oOhaa already been forwarded, also large
supplies of blankets, mattrasacs, 4c.
Nrw Yoax, April 23 Yokohama, April 10,
t via San Francisco, April 27. The Emperor baa
'appointed a Commission constating of three ex
Daimois, to receive and entertain Grant on bia
behalf. In addition to this number of subordi
nates, a Council of State baa been named aa
members of the Commission, and a series of
magnificent entertainments baa been projected
for tbe gratification of the distinguished guest.
Tbe Summer palace of the Mikado ia now in
readiness for the reception of the General, and
the most ample and munificent preparations have
been completed for bia entertainment there. He
will receive a right royal welcome.
Boston, April SO. The Civil Damage bill,
passed by tbe Legislature, which permits the re
covery of damagca resulting from the sale of
liquor from the owners of buildings wherein
liquor is sold, waa signed by Governor Talbot
Council BLrrrs, May 1. Yendcrbilt and
party made the entire run from Chicago to this
place, a distance of 492 miles, in 11 hours and
is minutes. This is 23 minutes better time than
was mado by the celebrated Jarrett & Palmer
Silt Liki, May 4. Tbcrc ia a great deal of
indignation throughout the Territory over the
arrest and imprisonment of Daniel II. Wells for
contempt of Court, and it was the subject of
Tabernacle and ward meeting sermons to-day.
In the Tabernacle Apostle Joe F. Smith stated
to the congregation thnt if the Lord commanded
him t commit murder he should obey the com
mand. Mnniw, (Tcnn.) May 5. Several hundred
negroes have armed tl.cmsclves near Carolina and
Lesti Landings, Mis. Their object is stated to
be to seize the first passing steamer that may
land within their jurisdiction and compel the
veffsel to convey them toward Kansas.
Niw York, May 7. The suspension of Whitte
more, I'ect, Poet & Co.. woolen dry goods com
mission merchants, of 316 and 343 Broadway,
was announced this afternoon and took the trade
hy surprise, aa it was one of tbe largest houses
in the line and bad alwajs stood very high.
Boston, May 8. In a game of French car
roms, C00 points, between Randolph Uiser of
this city and George Stone of Providence, the
latter being allowed 150 points. Iliser won.
His largest run waa 476, the greatest on record.
Iliaer'a average waa 37$.
New York, May 8. Tbe cricket match be
tween England and America waa resumed to-day
with the Englishmen at the bat, and when all
were retired their total waa 253. Tbo American
then went in, and finally closed at 3 o'clock, the
Americans being defeated by an inning ani 114
run. 2he total score was, the English, 253;
the Americans, 84.
New York, May 8. In the Brookljn Presby
tery to-day the fioal vote was taken on the
charges against Dr. Talmnge and resulted in bis
acquittal, vote standing 25 to 20.
HaBBif burg, (Pa.) May 8. Tbe House reso
lution to appoint a committee to receive ex-Prcsi-dent
Grant at San Francisco upon his return
home was adopted in the Senate to-day by a
New York, May 9. Stephen Williamson of
Liverpool, who arrived here recently en route to
California, and who is a leading advocate of the
English movement towards bimetallism, is re
ported j saying that the opinion there is rapidly
changing in the direction of the rehabilitation of
silver. The Manchester papers indicate a rapidly
growing sentiment in favor of restoring eilver.
The Chamber of Commerce has held one public
and one or more private meetings for the purpose
of hearing a Liverpool deputation, headed by
Willijmson and Samuel Smith. The manufac
turers are fast being converted, the chief opposi
tion coming from bankers.
Worcestxr, May 9. A race to decide the
superiority of tbe champion scullers of Yale and
Harvard took place to-day at Lake Quinsiga
mund, the distance beiDg two miles with a turn.
Goddard, Harvard's champion, won easily, beat
ing Livingston or Yale by six lengths in 14
minutes and 30 seconds.'
New York, May 11. Tbe anniversary of the
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions
nahf!d t.vni?ht in the Broadway Tabernacle.
A feermon was preached oy .uev. ur. i. a.
Nicholiol St. Louis.
t. PxrL. ( Minn.l Mav 11. A meteor one
foot in diameter, with a blazing train, fell at
Worthington, in this State to-day, exploding
just before reaching the earth with a noise that
Cincinnati, May 11. Tbe twenty-first annsal
.potin? of the North American Saengerbund
will bo bell at Music Hall, ia tbia city, from
11tf to Juno loth, inclusive. Extensive
r renarations are being made to render it one of
the most successful gatherings held in tbe United
Sft. The Chorus, which has been rehearsing
r.. th Mil vear in tbia and other cities, will
number nearly 2000 voices.
Imnos. Arril 27. Tbe Standard's special
cays : It ia stated from tbe Vatican that tbo Pope
baa asked foreign GoTernmenta whether he could
rely upon their protection in the event of an at-
taclc upon me saucan vj hcjiuuuuuw.
the Powera Lave replied aiSnaatifely.
' London, May correspondent at Paria
eUtes that the Russians are much displeased at
tteCxax'a. action in prohibiting the election of t
The financial report showed the receipts ot toe
past year to be $427,000, expenditures $442,
U0. The indebtedness of the Board is $52,000.
Rusaian to the throne of Bulgaria. The Cxar,
however, declared that be would not accept the
responsibility of the Pan-SIavist agitation, of
which Bulgaria will be the center. In the mean
time he would retain the Power of acting against
Bulgaria should his furbodings be realized.
London, May 1. A dispatch from Valparaiso,
ut war of Lisbon, announces that tbe 1'eruvian
Government has called the nation to arms.
LoNDon, May 1. In the race to day, the bet
ting was 5 to 2 against Papoose," C to 4
against " Khabara," and 10 to 1 against any
other. Tbe joint running was made by Home
Kule and "Kbabara, the pair being clear ol
Papoose" to tbe bushes, where "Home Rule"
waa beaten, " Papoose" joining Khabara."
A fine race borne then took place, " Papooee "
winning by a bead.
London, May 1. A4vicea from Cape Town of
April 15th say : No news of importance has been
received from Natal. Lord Chelmsford has ar
rived at Durban and starts for Pietermaritzburg
on the 17th, whence he will go to Dundee. Sir
Bartle Frere arrived at Pretoria on April 10th,
after a satisfactory interview with the Boers.
On April 8th the Colonial forces unsuccessfully
assaulted the stronghold of the Basuta chief,
Moirosi. Two officers and a friendly native chief
were killed, and an officer and twenty two men
London, May 3. The steamer Gallia, at
Liverpool from New York, encountered a gale on
April 21th, and was hove-to fifteen hours. She
lost two boats and a seaman.
London, May 3. The London and West
minster Bank yesterday took $5,000,000 of
United States 4 tcr cent, bonds at 4A, making in
all $35,000,000 of United States securities which
this bank baa recently purchased.
St. PrrxRSBtRG, April 27. The.Vwoie Yrnnya
says: ibe cbiet object ol tbe Cbincn: mission
here has failed, Russia having refused to surren
der Kulaia, and negotiations are broken off.
Hongkong, May 1. General Grant has arrived
here in good health.
Madrid, April 29. Princees Christina, second
child and daughter ol the Duke de Montrcntsicr,
died in Seville yesterday afternoon. King Al
fonso goes to Seville to-day.
Rio Janziro, April 5 Via New York, April
23. Tbe Government decided last month to send
a mission to China to negotiate a treaty with its
Government for the right to import Chinese
laborers for work on plantations ; and a flying
squadron, which is about to get ready for a voy
age of instruction round the world, is to call at
China and Japan to give a concrete demonstra
tion of Brazilian importance in the Western
Hemisphere. Captain Silvcira Da Matta is to
command the squadron.
London, April 27. The Post Berlin says:
The announcement that Germany has designated
Captain Zcmocb, a distinguished naval officer, as
Consul-General to Samoa, is much commented
upon. The Government, without intending to
annex tbe islands, is firmly resolved to prevent
Americans establishing their sway there, to the
detriment of other nations. A dispute between
Germany and the United States is not impossible.
London, April 25. A private telegrams says
that Pisa Gua, Peru, has been bombarded. Tbe
guano loading appliances at lluanilas and Pabel
londe Pica bare been destroyed. Iquiquo is still
blockaded, and all sailing vessels have left.
The workmen have fled, and business in the in
terior ia entirely disorganized.
Dcblin, May 4. Dr. Butt is not expected to
survive the night, lie is unconscious and m-
flamation has attacked his brain.
A serious riot has been going on in Cork for
the last two days, arising out of a difference be
tween rival bands. Several houses were wrecked
on Saturday. Disturbances were renewed to
day. The rioters were dispersed by the police.
forty ol the rioters were treated for scalp
wounds. A policeman's skull was fractured.
St. Petersburg, May 3. Lieutenant Dubro-
vina, arrested near Novgorod on suspicion of be-
ing a cniei memuer oi ine revolutionary torn-
mitteo, was hanged Friday on the glacis of Fort
St. Petersburg, May 8. A semi-official state
ment is made denying the rumors, again revived.
of the Czar's intended abdication.
St. Petersburg, May 9. An official statement
contradicting the news published abroad with re
ference to atlairs in Kussia, says fort Petropau-
lovsky is wholly inadequate to contain 400 pri
soners, to say nothing ol the 4700 which it was
stated had been removed therefrom to Kazan ;
that no prisoner has been removed from tbe
fortress to Kazan ; that the reported arrests of
officers have not taken place ; that since Febru
ary only 3 officers altogether have been arrested,
and, finally, that no arrests of whole families
have been made.
Madrid, May 1. The journals comment on
the agitation caused by the dcarness of bread.
and several urge a reduction of import duties.
In a number ot towns flour is nearly 33 shillings
Vienna. Mav 1. Tbe nronositions which
Count Schouvaloff brought here were unaccept
able. He takes to London counter propositions
by Count Andrassy, to tbe effect that Austro-
Hungary will consent to August 3d as the date
for complete evacuation, if Russia will declare in
such a manner as to convince the Bulgarians of
ber firm desire to co-operate with the Powers in
the execution of tbe Treaty of Berlin.
London, May 8. A Berlin dispatch states that
a Nihilist printing press has been discovered at
the office of the Ministry of Public Communica
tions in St. Petersburg. Eight officials have been
Newcastlk-ox-tde-Tvne, May 5. Tbe race
between Hanlan and Hawdon took place to-day
on tbe Tyne. Tbe course was from tbe Mansion
House to the suspension bridge at Scotwold, a
distance of three miles and three furlong?. Tbe
weather was brilliant, but a stiff northwestern
breeze was blowing, the tide running np strongly,
tbe river was quite rough. Enormous crowds of
people were present. Hanlan led from the start
and had the raei in hand throughout. He rowed
with great deliberation, looking over bis shoulder
leisurely at times for his course. He won with
tbe greatest case by six lengths; time, twenty
two minutes and five seconds. In betting, two
to one on Hanlan was freely offered, but there
were no takers.
Articles have tir.ee been signed between Elliott
to row on tbe lvne championship course lor
200 a side for the championship of England and
tbe Sporlman challenge cup. Half of the stakes
London, May 7. The race for the Chester
trades cup to-day was won by Reefer, Touchet.
second; Ridotto, third. The betting was 7 to 4
on Parole, 4 to 1 against rouchet, 20 to 1 against
Ridotto and 20 to 1 against Reefer. hen the
horses settled down to work Deluder took up the
running, attended by Mountain Asb, Astronomer,
Reefer and Zuccbcro, with Parole and loucbet
lying off. At the five-furlong post Reefer went
to tbe front, and, without again being headed,
won by a length, with the same distance between
the second and tbe tbird borses. i'arolc, wbo
took the second place on the straight line, finish
ed fourth. The Pall Mall Gazette s sporting in
telligence says: 44 If Archer had not eased Parole
when he found he could not win, Parole might
have been tbird."
London, May 8. The Srortsman says that no
excuse ia made for Parole's defeat yesterday. As
the horses came streaming round tbe Castle-pole
turn, Parole came with such a dash that the race
seemed quite at his mercy, but, to the astonish
ment of all, especially his rider, he stopped sud
denly as though shot and began to stagger all
over tbe course.
London, May 9. The British ironclad Iron
Duke is ashore at Shanghai.
London, May 10. The Press Association an
nounces that the War Office has issued circulars
asking for 1200 volunteers from the regular army
for the Cape of Good Hope. Bounties are also
offered to men in militia and to the reserves who
volunteer. The transports Serapis and Crocodile
Lave been ordered to be in readiness tor the em
barkation of troops.
Madrid. May 9. The civil corporations of
tbe provinces declare that suppression of the dif
ferential duty on goods shipped in foreign bot
toms has been disastrous to tbe Spanish mercan
The composition of tbe general staff of the
armv is fixed as follows: Four Captains-General,
40 Lieutenants-General, 60 Camp Marshals, and
Octroi duties on corn and flour entering Madrid
bave been abolished on account of tbe high price
Madrid, May 11. The Epoce aaya that Al
fonso "a approaching marriage with the Arch
duchest. Maria of Austria is well received in
Spain and by the Powers.
Notwithstanding fresh arrivals of a reads tuffs at
Bilbao and Malaga the price of wheat ia still
London-, May 11. A dispatch from Gundamuk
reports that at his first formal interview with
Yakoob Khan on Thursday Major Cavagnari
presenttd a letter from the Viceroy of India ac
crediting bim as a negotiator. The letter is
important as it is addressed to the Ameer,
thereby acknowledging Yakoob Khan as de facto
LoNiyN, May 11. Francis Sauders & Co.,
merchants, of London and Babia, have failed.
Ottawa, April 30. In tbe Chinese Committee,
Senator Carroll gave evidence that be was favor
able to Chinese being allowed to settle in this
country. Messrs. Thompson and Bunster. M. P.,
were of tbe opinion that they were a great evil,
having a tendency to exclude white labor and to
lower tbe morals of tbe country.
Ottawa, May 4. By an order in Council the
importation or introduction of American cattle
into tbe Provinces of Ontario, Quebec, New
Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward's Is
land is further prohibited until June 6th.
Ottawa (Ont.), May 6. A strike and a riot
are reported from section 15 of the Pacific Rail
way, in Winnepeg. A thousand men are now
involved in the strike on account of the wages.
Tbe volunteers bave been called out to go to tbe
6cene of the trouble.
Toronto, May 7. At a mass meeting last night
resolutions were adopted etrongly favoring the"
establishment of National currency for the de
velopment of public works, such currency to be
legal tender for all debts in the Dominion.
Tiie Masonic Lodges of tde World. The fol
lowing statistics of the number of Free Masons'
lodges which existed at the end of last year, says
the London Family Herald, will be read with in
terest : In Germany there are 342 lodges ; Swit
zerland Las 33; Hungary, 44 ; Roumania, 11;
Servia, 1 ; England and Wales, 1, 187 ; Scotland,
334; Ireland, 299; Gibralta, 5; Malta. 4;
Holland and Luxemburg, 46 ; Belgium, 15 ; Den
mark, 7 : .Sweden and Norway. 18 : France. 287:
Spain, about 300; Italy, 110; Greece, 11 ; Tur
key, 10; Egypt, 28; lunis, 2; Algeria. 11 ;
Morocco, 2; tho West Coast of Africa, 11 , Afri
can Islands. 25; the Cape, 61 ; Arabia (Aden),
1: India, 118; Indian Islands, 16; China, 73;
Japan, 6; Australian Islands, 4 ; Australia, 229 ;
New Zealand, 84 ; United States, 9,894 ; Cana
da, 545 : Cuba, 30 ; Hayti, 32 ;West Indian Is
lands, 65; Mexico, 13; Brazil, 256 ; other states
in South America, 179 ; a total of about lo.OOO
lodges. The number of brethren is calculated at
New Temperance Societv. Temperance work
has taken a new form in New York. Many of
tbe prolessea temperance men, tbe members of
tue state lemperance Alliance, for example,
would Dot admit that it is temperance work, and
it does not take tbat name, but tbe less easily
misunderstood title of "moderation.' Their
society, which is regularly incorporated, is "Tho
Jiusiness Men s society for the .hocouragement or
Moderation." It proposes to encourage modera
tion in the use of alcoholic beverage by inducing
persons to take their choice among the society's
three pledges; one promising total abstinence for
a year, tbe second engaging not to drink in busi
ness hours, and the third not to drink intoxicat
ing liquors at tbe expense of another, or to pay
for drinks for others. It also proposes to promote
a knowledge of science and statistics regarding
the inanulacture, sale, and use of intoxication
liquors, and the effect thereof, to spread informa
tion regarding tbe principles of moderation, and
the means of carrying such principles into effect,
and to encourage the establishment of places of 1
cheap recreation where no intoxication liquors
shall be sold.
Men Who Make Journalists. It has been re
marked that very few men who get into journal
ism start out with such intentions. They drift in
accidentally, are promoted as they develop capaci
ty. Money, wealthy parents and influence are of
no sort of service in getting a young man a
place on a newspaper. Ihere is no business tbat
is so entirely independent of all these considera
tions as this. A wealthy lather can easily get
his son a location to read law or medicine or push
him forward in most any rank of life be may
select; but he is utterly powerless to do anything
for bim in a journalistic way. To be sure he
may buy a newspaper and set him up in that
way, but unless there is something in bim called
44 journalistic knack," a natural knowledge of
what to write, he will be a failure in that line,
and all the money and influence of wealthy and
perhaps ptwerful relatives will count for nothing.
Some fond parents educate their sons with the
special view of making journalists of them; but
it is rare tbar we bear of these young men after
a few years. Meanwhile some youth born among
our hills, with nothing more than a common
school education, and the knowledge scraped up in
a country printing office, will advance to the front
rank in the profession. He has the journalistic
knack and forces recognition because he has it.
lie gets into a good position, not because be has
wealthy parents to influence tbo proprietors or
leading newspaper, but because he knows what
to write and how to write it. 11 is articles co in
because they supply a demand, while perhaps tbe
elaborate essays of a man educated on two con
tinents are cast into tho waste basket. Lhicajo
BAR CA INS.
All the Stock now on hand
RICH ARD S OTV
Comer of Fort an I Merchant Streets,
Is being Closed Ont at Reduced Prices !
my3 PER OEPER OF ADMINISTRATORS.
OREGON FLOUR !
EX JANE A. FAIiKINBURG,
FOR SALE BY
j,n 11 tf CASTLE & COOKE.
To Susrar Planters.
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Something New Under the Sun !
M. J. ROSE, KING STREET,
Tooting His Own Horn !
rvivivr. JUST TURNED OUT A XENV
KM. Style of DCMP WAGON for the Waimanalo Sugar Co.
No one to say one word about it. eomemicg uaeiui lor ruu-
t.tinna Tt tarns in less space than a iwo-wneei ox can.
Width of hind tires, 6 inches; front, 4 tncnes; doiii ngni, out
very strong. Those wishing to send in large orders, and wish
thrm tat out on time, would do well to do it immediately, or
they most stand back and wait their turn. inhl5
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Bed
ONLY FIFTEEN DOLLARS
So Cheap that all can have it, and yet
THE BEST IN THE MARKET
IT Try one, and il not satisfactory, money will be refund
ed. On exhibition And for aale by DILLINGHAM Ac CO.
mil or of the manufacturer, B. F. TABKAtt,
PLANTATION SALMON !
W7HR SALE AX lOW RATE IX QX'AX-
TITIliS lo Bait by
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E. S. CL'.NIIA PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, "Wines. Liquors, Cigars, &c
'WE CXDERSIGXED HAVING RECENTLY
Ml received the Agencr cf SonumenU, liealstooe. ic. by
special arrmogemeota with the manufacturers ia able to turoith
the same at lower fljrurea than they hare heretofore been sold.
Designs and Drawings can be seen at my shop. By pricing
tbeae articles, the enormous redaction will at once be seen.
Monuments can be obtained at all prices, from $40 to $1000.
The iodacesaenta 1 offer are such that people hare no need
of sending elsewhere. CHRIS. GKRTZ,
Ho. 62 Hotel Street, next door to the Palace of Sweets."
A Monitor Horse Power, new,
Tosttn's improved patent, with Shaft and Fly-wheel
For One, Two or Four Horses !
JUST THE THISO FOR
JPwmpiris: or Sawing!
ALSO, FEES II CALIFORNIA HAY AND CR1LY,
By recent arrivals
200 Bbls. Fresh. Lime, Clieap,
ap!9 3m LI INE X. CO.
NEW STORE, NEW PRICES,
raillE UNDERSIGNED. IMPORTER AND
Jsl Manufacturer ct
Having opened a FURNITURE STORE In Honolu
lutu, invites the public to inpect hi Stork cf Uoodj, A L.L.
NEW. and of the LATEST DESIGNS, which he
proposes to sell st lower rates than the public have ever before
been offered. He is also prepared to do all kinds of work
that pertains to the business.
Call And oo Ills
PARLOR SETS, DINING BOOM SETS,
PLAIN FIRNITIRE OF ALL KINDS,
OFFICE AND STORE CHAIRS,
Spring Beds !
AND MATTRESSES OF ALL KINDS.
XT California and Eastern made Furniture of all kinJs and
styles at the Lowest Prices.
F. H. WILT,
ja25 6m Oa Hotel street, two doors from Fort street.
A. W. PEIRCE&C0.,
(AT TIIE OLD STORE)
Queen Street, Honolulu, H, I,
WHALING GEAR OF ALL KINDS,
Vhaleboati, Boat Stock, Anchors, Chains.
Hemp and Manila Cordage, Duck, Naval Stores.
Faints and Oils, Brass and Galvanized Marine Hardware,
hailmakerb Goods, Boatbuilders' Hardware,
Hay, Oats and Bran, Etc., Etc.
Would inform our friends and patrons, that we hare now oa
hand the most complete and varied assortment of
SHIP & NAVAL STORES,
and othr Goods in our line, to be found on the Saudwith !!
and; ; and having a new lease, for term of years, of the old
stand, so long; and favorably Known by the people of the
Sandwich Islands, and by the Masters and Owners of Whaline
and Merchant Vessels, and with our New Fire-proof Store and
Btore house near by, giving us nnequaled facilities for keeping
even a still more complete and varied assortment of all the
Goods in our line, large additions to which we have ordered
from the United States and Europe, all of which we offer on
the most favorable terms.
Coils 6 Threads, Coils 9 Threads, Coils 12 Threads.
Coils It Inch, Coils H Inch, Coils 1) Inch, Coils 2 Inch,
Coils 21 Inch, Coils 21 Inch, Coils 2 Inch.
Coils 3 Inch, Coils Si Inch, Coils 3 Inch. Coil 3 Inch.
Coils 4 Inch, Coils 41 Inch, Coils 4 loch. Coils 5 Inch.
Cutting Falls. Manila Bolt Rope, Sisal Rope, Bale Rope,
Hay Hope, Manila Lath Yarn, Galvanized M ire Rope,
Wire Se.zing, Deep Sea Lead Lines, 60 Fathom Log Lines,
Lines for Patent Log, Signal Halyard, Finn Lines.
1 inch, 1 inch, 2 inch, 21 inch, 2 inch, 2 inch,
3 inch. 3 inch, 3J inch, 3 inch, 4 inch, 4J inch, 5 inch,
6 inch, 6 inch, 6J inch, 7 inch, 71 inch, 8 inch.
RATLIN 12 thread, IS thread, 13 thread, 21 thread.
SPUN V AR N 2 yarn. 3 yarn.
SEIZING 6 thread, 9 thread, 12 thread.
Marline, llouseline, Hambroline, Rounding, Russia Bolt Bope.
Noa. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Ravens, Drills, ic.
Merchant Navy, all numbers; Long Flax, all numbers;
Parslin Yards, Hemp Twine, Cotton Twine,
Whipping Twine, Sail Needles, Roping Needles,
Packing Needles, Beeswax, Sailors' Palms,
Sailmakera Seaming Palms, Sailmakera' Ropins Palms,
Sail Hooks, Galvanized Iron Clews, Galvanized Thimbles.
Brass Thimbles, Open Thimbles, Thimbles for Wire Rope.
Bister Hooks and Thimbles, Flags,
Anchors from 40 lbs. to 2400 lbs. Chains from I in. toll in.
Capstans. Windlass Gear, Brass Boat Compasses,
' Brass Ship Compasses, Tell Tale Compasses,
Ritchie' Spirit Compasses, No. 1;
i " No. 2;
" No. 3;
Sheathing Felt, Yellow Metal, Sheet Lead. Fog Horns,
Lilly Irons, Grains. Cork Fenders, Holy Stones,
Canstan Bars. Handspikes. Mast Hoops, Lead Figures,
Corn Brooms, Hickory Brooms, Ratan Brooms, Cocoanut do.
- . . . . . r i , ii . nr.:,-
rump Lieamer, nigging earner, uimaizcu du iibm,
Galvanized Scupper Nails, Galvanized Cat Nails,
Galvanized Bweed Iron Tacks, Composition Nails,
; Cut Nails. 3d to 60d; Finish Nails, Iron Tacks,
i Copper Tacks, flat heads; Copper Tacks, round heads;
i Wrought Boat Spikes, Handled Axes, Wood Saws,
' Ilatd Saws, Claw Hatchets, Shingling Hatchets,
Hammers, Screw Wrenches, Top Mauls,
Caulking Mallets, Caulking Irons, Hawsicg Irons,
Hawsing Beetles, Jack Planes, Smooth Planes, Bitts,
Bitt Stocks, Rules, Nail Gimlet", Spike Gimlets,
Handled Brad Awls, Screw Drivers, Cold Chisels,
Chain Punches, Copper Punches, Martin Spikes,
Flat Flies, Half Round Files, Saw Files, Grindstones,
Grindstone Fixtures, Brass Screws, Iron Screws,
Hasps and Staples, Copper Wire, Brass Padlocks,
Iron Padlocks, Composition Port Hinges, pairs;
Composition Strap Hinges, pairs;
Galv. Iron Row Locks, Galv. Iron Belaying Pics
Locust Belaying Pins, Hickory Belaying Pins, Lizards,
Fair Leaders, rarrel Trucks, Mast-head Trucks,
Serving Mallets, Serving Boards. Chain Hooks,
Hay Hooks, Galv. Boat Hooks, Galv. Jib Hanks,
Wood Jib Hanks. Wood Pumps for Water Casks.
Galv. Screw Anchor Shackles, Chain Shackles,
Anchor Shackles, Ship Scrapers, Rigging Screws,
Wrist Shackles, Patent Links, Oars, from 6 to 22 feet;
Sculls, Deck Buckets.
Metalline Blocks, patent; Blocks, common;
Blocks, iron strap, patent; Blocks, rope strap, patent;
Blocks, rope strap, common; Snatch Blocks,
Blocks, wide score lor main sheet;
Blocks, lignum vita?, for jib sheet; Patent Sheaves,
Common Sheaves, Dead Eyes, Hearts, Bulls Eyes.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
Raw Oil. Boiled Oil, Kerosene Oil,
Whale Oil, Chiua Nut Oil, Lard Oil,
Woodward's S:gnal Oil, Tar Oil,
Bright Varnish, Black Varnish,
S. Turpentine, Coal Tar, Patent Dryer, Red Lead,
White Lead, Black Paint, Green Paint, Red Paint,
Yellow Paint, Blue Paint, Metallic, dry; Lamp Black,
Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Prussian Blue,
Burnt Umber, Chinese Vermillion, Copper Paint.
Potash, Concentrated Lye, Sal Soda, Glue, Putty, Chalk,
Black Lead, for sheaves: Tar. Pitch, Rosin, Oakum,
Pitch Mops, Flat Paint Brushes, Round Paint Brushes,
Varnish Brushes. Whitewash Brushes, Marking Brushes,
Pencil Brushes, Stove Brushes, Shoe Brushes,
Dust Brashes, Long Handled Tar Brushes, Flue Brushes,
Seam Brushes, Scrub Brushes. Sash Tools,
Log Books, for 120. 240 and 360 days; 14-second Glasses,
Patent L"gf, Steel Shovels. Scoop Shovels. Rubber Oilers,
Brass Oilers, Lamp Feeders. Lanterns, Side Lights, tin;
Side Lights, brass; Fresnal Signal Lights, zinc;
Fresnal Signal Lights, brass; Cabin Lamps,
Lamp Wick, balls; Flat Wicks, d. z.; Lamp Burners,
Lamp Chimneys, Cotton Waste, lbs.; Bath Brick,
Brown Soap. Sait Water Soap, Cups and Saucers,
Tumblers. Knives and Forks. Spoons, Chopping Knives,
Chapping Travs, Sieves, Coffee Mills, Dust Pans,
Wash Basins, Mincing Knives, Blubber Forks, Boat Boards
Boat Timbers, Boat Knees, Boat Itails, all Sizes;
Mast Hinges, Steering Braces, etc.
"Whaleboats, Whale Irons, Whale Lances,
Brand's Bomb Guns, Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis' Pain Killer, Pierce's Magnetic Truss.
Beef, Pork, Bread, Crackers, Preserved Meats, Fruits,
CALIFORNIA. HAY. BRAN, OATS, &c.
rjCRE SPERM OIL. STRAINED AND TREK
L from foot. ror Sal by
jal T BOLLK3 fc CO.
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
CHUNG HOY RESPECTFrLLT IN
forms the public, tbat he keeps on hand a Fine As
aortinent of Ladies' and Genu'
Taltham Watches Geld sod Silver Chains Ameri
can Cloefcs. Jrwelrj, Sit.,
which ha will sell AT REDICKI1 PRICES, and
guarantee them aa billed.
Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
Faithfully Attended to. Watch Glse 25 Cents. Store oa
Nuuacu Street, opprite I!ulhu?r Sl Lo s. d.l
THE OLD ESTABLISIIEU BISi- p.
nesa House of A. 8. CLKGUOKN CO., sit fgf
Dated ia Waipio, Uamakoa, Hawaii, consists of a
a Store and a Dwelling House, almost cew. Also, Store Houses.
Cook House, Ac, with a large and w;ll selected Stock of
Also, a balance cf lease of Waipio Valley for a term of 13
years, comprising an area of some 3,000 acres, admirably
adapted for Bice or Sugar culture.
Also, lease of Mullwai, which comprises several thousand
acres of wood land. This is a rare chance for parties wishing
to go Into Sugar or Bice, in one of the most desirable localities
In the Kingdom.
For particulars, apply to
Messrs. A. S CLEGOORN A CO, Honolulu,
Or to J. R. MILLS, Uamatua.
Waipio, March 13th. 13T9. mb22
A RARE CHANCE!
TM BE SOLD ONLY ON ACCOUNT OF
. sudden departure, about 3000 acres of fine, nl.b'f - land,
situated near the landiog of Kaunakskai. Molokai, consisting
in part of about 1000 acres of fine cane Itnd, tbe principal part
situated within a rain belt which extends along the mountains.
Tbe balance is fine timber and grazing land. A Urge stream
of water has its source upon tbe place, and is capable of irriga
ting the whole tract. A Iso, four acres of fine thriving young
cane, vegetables cf all kinds, two bouses, working and riding
borses, cart, plows, hainesses, sadJles, tools of all kinds, sev
eral hundred chickens, geese, Ac. 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. BICKERTOX, No 23 Merchant St.,
in hi 6m Honolulu.
A PERFECT SEWING MACHINE !
THE EESULT OF
An immense outlay of money and years of labor and
experiments by the best mechanics to be found,
BUT TWELVE WORKING PARTS,
(Others require from thirty to forty), each part of
direct action, reducing friction to a minimum.
Simplicity, Strength, Durability,
East of Operation. Great Range of Work, combined,
CONSTITUTING TUB ONLY
Perfect, Complete & FArLTLESSSEWIG3IACHI.E
ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH.
A SCIENTIFIC MECHANICAL TRI-
UPH. pronounced by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia,
(highest authority la the U. S.)
" The Best Feed Ever Invented TorSewiog: Machines"
THE ONLY POSITIVE SUCCESS
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF SEWING.
All lovers of progressive science and mechanical perfection
should see it, ard every lady in the land should examine and try
Tlio 3XT o'W
Davis Vertical Feed.
SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH SEWING MA-
CII1NK before deciding to purchase an inferior machine or a
single thread plaything without a tension.
AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
apl2 No. 40 FORT STREET. (6m
Direct from London, a fine assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S SILK. LAMB'S WOOL,
Merino, India Gauze and Lisle Thread Undershirt.
Silk, Shaker Flannel, India Gauze, Linen and Jean Drawer,
Spun Silk, Balbriggan, Brown Cotton, Stripe Cotton, Strie
Merino, Shetland Merino, Silver Grey and Dark Grey Me
rino Half Iloae,
" 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 Handkerchiefs,
Linen Cambric Hem Stitch Handkerchiefs,
White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
French Silk Umbrellas, (large and small.)
A CnOICE SELECTION OF
Crown, Condray's, Chardin's, Colgate's, Gosnell's,
Labia's, Pinaud's, Pi esse k. Labia's,
Bimmel's and Wenek's
Consisting in part of
Bouquet des Alpes, Otto cf Roses, Essence of Roses, Persian
Otto ot Rosea, W bite Rose, Moss Rose, Province Rose, Essence
Bouquet, Crown Bouquet. Prince of Wales, Princess Beatrice,
Princess Louise, Princesa Alice, Dutchess of Edinburgh, Mar
quia 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, Tulips, Fran
gipanni, Rondelita, Jockey Club, Viang Ylang, Patchouly,
Psidium, Mouseline, Eglantine, Skating Rink, Sandal Wood,
Musk, See. In cat glass, gilt and plain bottles, all sizes, from
Fifty Cents to Ten Dollars a bottle. Just the thing for a
TOILET WATERS, VINEGARS, &c,
Eau de Toilette. Eav de Cologne. Florida Water, Lavender
Water. Verbena Water, Hungary Water. Honey Water, Toilet
Vinegar, Aromatic Vinegar, Cpopsnax, Bay Ruui, ic.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Barry's Tricopherou, Bogles Hyperion Floid, Burnett's
Cocoaine, Oleocome. Buy Rum Oil. Pestachio Nut Oil, Row
lands Ac Son's Genuine Maca;sar Oil, Briedenbach's Macnssar
Oil, Lime Juice and Glycerine, Opoponax Oil. Pomade ase-
lioe. Crown Pomade, Rimmei s Pomade, Pir.ard s Pomade,
OR THE COMPLEXION.
Rowland's K&lydor, Briedenbach's Kalydor, Milk of Roes,
Bloom of Youth, Bloom of Roses, Vinagre de Rouze, Lubin's
Blanc de Perle, Barry's Pearl Cream, Cold Cream of Roses, dec.
TOILET & NURSERY POWDERS,
- . V.lA.n:na Ttnalina Puf as 1. 1 r V Tit pAwHr. II t; An I .
fit V tlUUUUC, T.' JCi . - - " - w-- 7
Opera Gem, Lily White, Violet Powder, Rice Powder, Love
powaer lor sacnets.
Ivory, Wood and Paper Powder Boxes and Pnfl.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE TEETH,
Barrv's Marfilina Florilice. 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 Mouthwash, Aro
matic and Ladies' Cachous.
A large and varied assortment of
COLGATE'S, COCDRAT'S. CROWN, COS-
NELL'S, LUBIN'S, PI ESSE Ai LUBIN'S
Toilet Soap Tablets-
Containing the f Mowing and many other kinds :
Rose, Otto cf Roses, Patcnouli, Frangipanni, Heliotrepe,
New Mown Hay, Violet, Miiletleurs, Cashmire Bouquet, Jock
ey Club, Honey, Almond and Glycerine, Elder Fiowtr, Oat
Meal. Lettuce, Rice Starch. Lavender, Pestachio Nut Oil Soap,
Ambrosial, Rondeletia, Co'd Cream, Pore Curd. Musk, Sandal
Wood. Calvert's Carbolic. Chardina Medicated. Pears' Cold
Tar, Junepar Tar. Glenn's Sulphur, Vandyke's Su'phur,
Pears' Transparent 8;ap BalU aud Shaving Clicks, Lubin's
Crystal led Shaving Slicks.
N spies. Shaving Soap,
GosneU's Ambrosial Shaving Cream,
Sewing Machine Soap,
Kitchen Crystal Soap.
Ivory, Pearl Inlaid, Celuloid, Florence.
And a full line ol GOSN ELL'S HAIR BRUSHES,
.. from Fifty Cents to Three Dollar and Fifty Cents each.
Tooth, Nail, Cloth, Shaving, h Shoe Brashes, Whisk Brashes.
Had Mlrrsrs, Dreolag Cotnt-a, Ele.
SJOLLKS & CO.,
lVori.D INFORM THEIR FRIENDS
v and tbe public generally, that they have
Semoved to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which has just beeo completed, sitaated at the Old Fund,
34 Viueen Street, where tbry have brn maklns; larre additions
lo their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and Flantatioa Stores,
which make their assortment large and varied.
Will be happy to have a call from their patrons, and they
will assure thrm that no pains will be spared to attend lo their
wants in a satisfactory manner.
We have no lo Stock: Cordage, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sises; Cotton Duck, Flax Canvas, llesnp Cunt,
Cotton Sail Twine, 6, , T and 8 ply Flax Sail Twine, 3 and 5
ply; Blocks. Oars, Shievea, Hooks aud IbiaMea, wc , Ac, all
of which will be sold at Bed Rock Prices.
Honolula, Nov. 23d, IS;. at T9
For Sale by
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING t
.I. Roast Beef, Boiled Beef. Roast Mot too, BoileJ Mutton.
Compressed Corned Beef, Pit Feet, Lambs Tor furs. Beef
Ton (rues. Tripe, Fish Chowder. Pore and Beans, Codfish
Balls, Ac. Ac. For Sale by
Jal '79 BOLLES if CO.
tlEEF. PORK, HAMS. BACON. CHEESE,
For Sale by
M.M Lard, C, c.
BOLLES sjr CO.
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS,
mF ALLSIIADES, IN LARGE AND SMALL
For Sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
rgMIE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
B. notify the public that they have perfected their arrange
ments, and are now prepared to furnish to consumers any and
ALL KINDS OF STOCK FEED
N AMELT -.
Wheat, Oat?, Barley, Alfalfa and Manleniellay,
Oat,BrD, Barley, Wheat, torn, middlings,
JIlll Feed, Oil Cake Meal, C racked Corn, Ete.
Having a First Class Mill,
We are Prepared to Fill All Orders for
Corn Meal, or any kind of Ground Grain. Orders leit for
Mixed Feed, i. e, Ilay Cut and Grain Uround, backed 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. V.'e have a larire and commo.
dioua Warehouse, 160x50, near the Steamer Wharf, where we
can accommodate persona 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 Mules, Horses, etc., and guarantee Uiem plenty
of Good Feed and attention, at reasonable rates. Plantation
orders, as well as all others, will be thankfully received and
promptly attended to. OFFICK on Fort Street, next door to
Lucas' New Shop.
FROM THE COAST,
GYRUS NOBLE WHISKY
la Bottles, Demijohns aod Flas-ks.
SOUR MASH WHISKY
Kentucky Favorite do.
PIG BRAIVjO POItTEIt
IM STONE BOTTLES.
Very jFxx C3rI3NT
IN ET0NK JUG:?.
And 50 Half Bbls. of Good
This last was purchased ia Louisville, Kentucky,
from the D1ST1LLEK1',
AND WAS TWO YEARS OLD!
When it left New Tork City on the ship - Sovereign of
tbe Seas," that lately arrived in San Francisco,
via Cape Horn.
BEING DOUCHT IN BOND!
And shipped direct to us. we do not pay the Inter
nal Bevenue Tax, and so are able lo aell
WHISKY CHEAPER TUiS AM II0TSE IX TUE CITY
Call and Examine.
ap!2J O MERCHANT STREET. 13m
BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS OF
BARRELS AND IIALF BARRELS OF
Barrels and Half Barrels of PITT LAKE
Salmon Trout !
ALL CF WHICH VTILL BE
Sold at Very Low Rates !
ap26Sm E. C. McCANDLESS.
JUST RECEIVED PER FAlKIXBlltG,
BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS
FOR SALE LOW, BY
OREGON ASH LUMBER !
For sslo olieap
SIZES ON HAND:
2000 Feet 1 Inch,
4000 Feet 3 Inch,
10,000 Feet 4 Inch,
2000 Feet 41 Inch.
mj3 im CASTLE 4k COOKE.
Ex Martha Davis from Boston im,
"We Have Just Received o
aud tn i
OFFER FOR SALE,
SUPERIOR EASTERX WHITE PISE
Windows and Dlinds,
White Easier PI-. 1, li. It, S sni S loch,
lat mm 3md Growth A ah, It.li.l aod J loch.
Black W !!, 1, . 2, an4 loch.
While Vsd, I la. f.T carriage use.
Cat! XstIIa.aU sises.
Cat asid Wredght Splkr. from 4J tot loch.
Wrettghl Nalla, 2, Si, CJ. 3 aod 4 Inch.
Galvanized Nails, 4J , 10J.
A Complete Assrtmeat of -
A Complete Assortment of
Also, by Late Arrivals, D.
ILuddcrs, House Step:, f
WALL PAPERS, J i
GILT mOUr.BIIaTCJS 1
Corrugated Iron, Brushes,
WINDOW & PICTURE CLASS, OH
All of which are offer for aale how.
LEW E US A. DICKSON.
WM. WKiVNEIt & CO.,
WOULD MOST RESPECTFt'L,t.VI!fORM
the people of Honolulu anil the Islands jroers!!, that
they Dot only manufacture toy anil
All Kinds of Jewelry,:
FIJI EASTERN HAMHOMES I
Finest SOLID JEWELRY, .
Finest Gorham Silver Ware I;
AMD ALL GKADES OF
Direct from the Factory, and which trill be sold at a small
advance over the coat price, and GUARANTEID. 9
THEY HAVE SECUEED THE SEEVICE3
or a 15
FIRST- CUSS WATUI MAKER T
and will guarantee the Repairing and Cleaning of 33.
all Watches left to their care.
Engraving Executed in any Style,.
AND IN TIIE BEST MANNER.
We would take this opportunity to return thanks tut past '
patronage, and solicit a continuance of the satns.
Orders from the other islands solicited, wbicb will receive t
careful attention when directed to our ear. ,-
WM. WENNER & CO.,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Half. 1 '
P. O. Box No. 26. ap2o 3n
Medical Discovery 0R
(.TOSS BIBTP-AKD.) f A Y
It a mediclm tbat waa discovered hf old Ntriwa'
Eebtkasd, vrho had been occupied In alclt rooma an
with the care of tick people, for over tt tjr reara. It
Is mado purely and entirely of Plant, Ilwrtt
and Roots, and is exceedingly agrceabl i anVQ
pleasant to both tho lato and mcll, bcln warm,
aromatic and apicr. It is a most thorough pnrgr,
cleaning ont tho bowel vlthout pain, end without
caasea or sickening. It dote cot weaken, and leave
the system open and free, never drylnjtip the bowel
afterwards, SJl every other purge- that wa know ors)
doea. Itcanba given to Infanta and Invalids with,
aafety.and In every caae of old or yonng. It U guaraa- ,
teed to core the worst cases of constipation. Indicia-j
tlon, and all disease that affect thcatoroAcli anlv
bowels. It Is, moreover, a powerful atlmnlator and .
IN YIGOIt ATOll OT TIIE LIVEU. Its
effects upon tho blood and bnmors Is something real-j
Jy astonishing, and Is mnc'a moro Immediate andl
thorough than that of any other pnriflcr yet discor- ,
red, having this great advantage, that when It baa, j
by its depurating powers, ret faee in tbe system tha '
poisons ot Scrofula, Bait Rheum, Malignant ClcerofW ' (
Bores, and Cancerous gatherings or lamps, it Instant-
Jy carries them out of tbe body byptirgicg the bon-J i
Is. No other purifier docs this; with all of them,
tho patient must take pills, or some other aquallj
nauseous dose of phytic, or if they do not, the poison I
remains in the system, and goes back into tbe bloody,
HEUTER'S LIFE 8YRV7P is exceed ing' J j
pleasant to take, needs no second dose to purge tb I
bowels, and does all the work required to eSoct com- i
Barry's Pain Relief
Purely vegetable ; for use Internally or externally,
Carea la one minute. Try It ! Try It It
AGENT FOB the HAWAIIAN ISLAKIV
dli ly cow
A LARGE ASSORTMENT, NEW
For Salt by
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL, V
"TUB BUCK'S PURE LKAD. IIUBBUC
Br W in.:!. 7 . ... n.kiw.1.1. d.i. uni n. i u . nn .7
Turpentine. For Sale by
B0 LE3 a CCl