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PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER SUPPLEMENT, MAY 31, 1879.
8 AT CRD. AY, MAY 31.
TIic fidle of Oregon IiaJ beaten tlic fleet of
wooden shirs in the race to Europe Irjia Astoria,
arriTin in 125 dajs.
W. U. IJicklin, while in si h'at with Walter
S. Drown an 1 Anthony li. Suiitu in San Fran
cisco liaj, wa Tree imitated into the water by
toe careening oi me baot ana crowned. The do
ceased wxs abuut CO years of age.
A despatch from Port Townsend sajs : " The
ahip Vtaj rerorta that a few davs a". in lati
tude 42 tleg. It rain, north, Ijngituie 129 dcg.
37 nun. west, sighted a schooner waterlogged
and di.-4mated. One man, a I'ortuzuese oamed
ictorine i;ojr, was faucJ on board Idnhcd to
the wreck, alive but inscnsiHe.
J.orcr a mind waa unset tie J on account of the
cufieriof tad raeee J through, and cannot give
me name oi the vewl or cur tain, but from the
description it is believed to Lave been the schoon
er E. J. McKinnon, Captain O'Uricn, which left
Jsan r rancisco on March 20, on a trading vojage
Toe steamship Great Republic was insured as
follows: San rrancioco companies Union, ft 10.
00; California, $5,000; State Investment, 3.
000; Fireman's Fund, $2,500; Commercial, 2,-
ouu; standard, j,000. xorcign companies
fcwuni Llojda, $7,G00; South British, $2,500;
1'aria L cdorwriter, 20,000. Total. $58,000.
The vessel cost I. I. Cornwall $2-5,000. who
aiterwarda repaired Lcr, but at what coat is not
The proprietor of the Gramcrcv Park Hotel,
rew iork, u financial! v cmbarrasecd. Ilia
liabilities are $150,000.
Abraham Urown, aged f rtj-Eve, died I.iiclj
in New York, of leprosy. It is stated that he
leu several rcople that be contracted the disease
while in Cuba, but declined to let them know
anything about his family relations.
There is a strong emigration movement in
Boston, Lynn, Haverhill and other Kaatcrn
Massachusetts cities and towns, the fever being
generally confined to mechanics and laborers,
who wish to seek their fortunes in Kansas and
There was a national conference of colored peo
ple held at Nashville, Tenn., on tbo Ctb of May.
The leading question discussed was the migra
tion of the Ireedmen from those sections in
which thej are bulldozed to the free States and
Territories of the West. The Southern planters
are becoming alarmed at the movement, and are
taking measures to counteract it.
An auxiliary canity association, composed of
leading merchants, with Charles A. Whitney as
president and Dr. G. L. White as sanitary direc
tor, has been organized to co-operate with the
municipal and health authorities in an active,
energetic and unremitting effort to preserve in
New Orleans throughout the summer the present
unexampled good health of the city. Dr. White
was for seven years president of the Board of
Health and is one of the most eminent sanitarians
in the South.
The Methodista of Boston have secured a
branch of the Boston Common elm and converted
it into an arm chair. It was under that famous
tree that Jesse Lee, in 1790, preached the first
Methodist sermon ever beard in New England
when the churches of Boston were closed against
bim because he was a Methodist. Tbo chair has
been presented to the Boston preachers meeting
of that denomination.
The Vice Consul of Portugal at the port of
New Bedford, Mass., has received despatches
from Lisbon, stating that orders have been given
to return the amounta deposited at the custom
houses of the Azores by whaling vessels, for port
duties and fees for transhipping oil, &c. it hav
ing becu decided that they are not subject to
Washington Nathan, (the nm of Bcnjiniin
Nathan who waa murdered some years ago), was
hot in the neck in the Coleman House, New
York, by a woman who registered as Miss
Zuland. It appears that Mr. Nathan was call
ing upon M Alice Harrison, an actres. who
waa staying in the hotel, when MifsZuland sud
denly entered the room and fired two shots at Mr.
Nathan. She then returned to her own room,
and Mr. Nathan left the house. Miss Zuland,
who ia otherwise known, it is said, ns Mrs. Bar
rett, Soon afterward left the hotel. The cause of
the attempted murder ia uncertain, and a great
effort waa made to keep the affair secret. Mr.
Nathan's wound in the neck ia said to be severe,
bat not daogcrous. unlecs erysipelas should
General John Adams Dix, ex-Governor of New
York and cx-Major-Cencral of the United States
Volunteers died in New York at II o'clock on
the ci-ht of the 21th at the age of 81 years.
In the mind of many men. General Dix is most
intimately associated with his celebrated order.
If any one attempts to Lanl down the Ameri
can flag, shoot bun on the spot."
The following ia the incident connected with
the issuing of this famous order. The Captain
of a Kcvenue cutter stationed at New Orleans
bad refused to obey orders to proceed to New
Y'ork, being in full sympathy with the Secession
ists of the farmer city. It was to the loyal
Lieutenant of the Revenue cutter that Dix tele
graphed the memorable order authorized the ar
rest of the diflojil Captain, with the pregnant
condition above quoted.
A game of chess with living pieces was played
at the Academy of Music, New York, on the
evening of the ICth ult. between Cnpt. George
Mackenzie, th champion chess player of Amer
ica, and Eugene Dclmar. one of the most skilful
amateur chessmen in New York. The pieces
were clad in costumes of red and gold and blue
and silver, and stood upon the stage in full view
of the audience. Behind the gcorgcous group
and overljokiog the game waa a representation
of Satan seated on a throne and playing at chess
for the soul of a prince, while on the right nni
left, reposing on smaller thrones, were tableaux
of Cauea, the g xlJcsaof chess, Thalia, the god
dess of comedy, and Terpsichore, the god Jera of
dance and song.
Chicago, May 5. A Times Vicksburg spocial
says : Stephen Duncan, a capitalist of New Y'ork
and owner of large plantation interests here, has
authorized Major George C. WadJel of Madison
parish to secure for him five hundred Chinese,
and subscriptions are being raided to bring labor
era from California at once. Arrangements are
consummated by which gangs of three hundred
at a time can be shipped from San Francisco at
twenty-four bouts notice. These men arc hired
at 10 t.$12 per month, with quarters and
rations. Their passage ia contracted for at 13
per capita from San Francisco to Vicksburg and
vicinitr. Thia movement ia entirely independent
of the "New Orleans Joint Stock Company, which
proposes to import from tic cotton-growing re
gions of China. This latter j roject will take
time, and the situation ia decmei too critical to
admit of dclry.
Chicago, May 8. Late last night Mrs. Light
cer, of Peoria, ia company with nine others, was
descending in the elevator at the Tremont House,
and when the third floor was reached the elevator
was etorreJ. but as the waa ia the act ofleaving
the elevator it began descending and crushed bcr
head and shoulders terribly. She only lived a
Scbantox (Pa.), May 11. Extensive forest
fires are causing great destruction of timber
around thia city. The Tillage of Tobybanna,
twenty milca from here, waa entirely surrounded
by fire thia afternoon. The citizens turned out
and fought the flames, finally getting them under
control. Unless rain comes soon the destruction
of property will be immeueo.
Sr. Pacl's, May 11. The etrike on the
Canada Pacific lUilroad baa ended, the men
having been paid off and quit.
The Rev. O. V. Ammermao, a eupcranuatcd
Methodic minister, died at Pcckskill on the
morning of the 21th ult.
Detroit, May 11. At 9 o'clock thia morning
a fire broke out ia the third story of the Tribune
block, occupied by the Post and Tribune news
papers. The fire destroyed the news-room of the
rarer and badly damaged its editorial rooms.
The rest of the building, occupied chiefly by the
Post and Tribune job office, was deluged by
water. The loss cannot be accurately estimated,
bat is fully insured. The fx is supposed to
have originated from spontaneous combustion of
oiled rag in the press-room.
The Woman's Baptist Missionary Society of
Providence R. I., elected on the 21th ult., the
following officers : President, Mrs. Gardner
Colby, of Newton Centre, Mass., Vice-President,
Mrs. I. M. Murdock, of Breton ; Clerk, Miss S.
C. Durfee, of Providence ; Corresponding Secre
tary, Mrs. Alvah Ilovoy, of Newton Centre,
Mass.. Treasurer. Miss Marv E. Clarke, of Bos
ton ; Auditor, Mr. Albert Vinal, of Cambridge-
The elegant residence of Alexander King at
Pittsburg. Pa., in the east end of this city, was
destroyed by fire early on the morning of the 21th
ult. lhe stables, containing ten valuable blood
ed horses and six cows, were also destroyed be
fore the stock could be removed. Among the
horses burned were the well-known trotters
Nettie Ellis, Nettie and Lady Alice. The loss is
estimated at $75,000, on which there was no in
surance, Mr. King having neglected to renew hia
Mr. A. Welsh, of Chestnut Hill, on the 25th
ult., sold the mare Maiden, the dam of Parole,
and her colt by Leaminzton. foaled last month.
to Mr. P. Lorillard for 10,000.
The Steamer City of Richmond from Liverpool
to New Y'ork, lately landed 758 immigrants, the
largest number with one exception arriving by
one steamer since 1867. A large increase of
immigration ia expected thia year. The emigra
tion societies having branches in Norway and
Sweden report unusually creat preparations for a
Scandinavian movement in thia direction. Be
sides English and Irish increase from the condi
tion of labor there, large emigration companies
are lorming in Southern Germany, where much
distress prevails. Thousands of Russian Menno
nitcs are also expected to emigrate hither during
tne year, owing to aKussian edict which compels
military duty after 1880. Immigration has be
gun at an unusually early date, it is anticipated
there will be one hundred thousand arriving
here before January next.
Ti.e Daily Acica announces that the Govern
ment ia making inquiries as to facilities for the
transportation of 5000 men to Natal at short
notice. It ia probable, however, that thia force
will not eail for two or thr"e weeks.
A late dispatch from Rome says that the
Vatican bas instructed its delegates to Chile,
Peru and Bolivia to interpose their good offices
with a view to ending war, or at least of causing
it to be waged with the least possible cruelty.
A dispatch from Rome says : The internal con
dition of Russia has caused the suspension of
negotiations with the Vatican. The Pope bas
finally decided that the, participation of Catholics
in the Italian elections is awful.
A dispatch from Calcutta sava that nearly
1,000,000 pilgrims, w ho assembled at Hurdwar
Fair, have carried the cholera in various
directions. Outbreaks of the disease are reported
from Delhi, Wrumi zar, Rawalpendee and else
where. Some cases have occurred among the
European troops. It is asserted that of 80,000
persons who went to the fair from Cumaton, one-
quarter are missing. This mortality bas been
increased by tbo police forcing them to travel
desert tracks. It is probable that the story ia
The Bombay Government reports that great
distress is imminent in the Deccan, because of the
failure of the crops. Five thousand famine-
stricken refugees from Kuttywar have entered
What Lord George Hamilton, Vice-President
of the Council, did say in tlie House of Commons,
on May 8tb,was that he had not heard of trichina
ia American ewine. The order of the Council re
quiring that swine from the United States shall
be slaughtered at the port of landing after the 1st
of June, is ia consequence of typhus.
The negotiations relative to the Elliott-Court-
enay match have been suspended until after the
The rumors of the intended abdication of Queen
Victoria are again revived. The cause ia said to
be ill health. A London correspondent of the
Dundee Adccrliscr says that the death of the
Duchess of I Ictee gave her a shock from which
she has not recovered, and the fatigue incident on
the celebration of the marriage of the Duke of
Connauglit exercised a depressing influence on
her health. Since the Queen's departure Beacons
field has had several significant conferences with
tlo Prince of Wales, and it is intimated that the
prince ia regent in hia mother's absence. The
Queen may abdicate before parliament adjourns.
A journal says that the news published abroad
about the state of affairs in St. Pctersburgb is
untrue. There has been no prohibition against j
tne possession oi arms, Dut persona possessing
arms must inform the authorities. All traffic ia
entirely free and unimpeded. The statementa
that the theatre could not be visited without an
official permit, and that lights in the houses
would not be allowed after 10 o'clock, are re
diculous inventions. The city lives and works ia
the same manner as heretofore, without excite
ment, and undisturbed in its daily life and
SoIovicfT, the would be assassin of the Czar, is
a son of a groom in the household of the Grand
Duchess Catherine. After leaving St. Peters
durgh University he became a teacher. He first
fell under the notice of the authorities in course
of inquiries into the socialistic intrigues. He dis
appeared during the inquiries, and waa not heard
of until he made the attempt on the Czar's life.
A despatch from St. Pctertburgh states that the
Russian journals have been forbidden to make
any further mention of SoloviefTs attempt.
Tbo Emperor and Empress of Austria arc cele
brating their silver wedding in Vienna.
The German Government will probably pro
hibit the importation of tobacco preparatory to
raising the duty on that article. Sufficient
tobacco has been imported during the last few
months fur a year's consumption.
German agriculturiets arc getting up a petition,
praying their government to prohibit the im
portation of American cattle. The Dutch agri
culturists arc holding meetings and adopting
resolutions to the same effect.
The Chinese Government has ordered the clos
ing of the Buddist nunneries. The younger nuns
will marry, the older be sent to widows' asylums.
An Industrial Exposition was formally opened
at Berlin, May 1st, in the presence of Ministers
and other distinguished personages, together with
the principal municipal authorities and a large
number of leading inhabitants.
The Hamburg Borsenhalle says : " Prince Bis
marck intend to impose extra dues upon ships
carrying foreign flg."
Australian Entekirise. The public Library
of Melbourne, Australia, is justly the glory of
the town." It waa opened in the infancy of the
colony, February, 1856, and ia chiefly due to the
exertions of Governor Litrobc and Sir Kedmond
Barry, who is now a Judge of the Supreme Court,
and was one of the Commissioners to the Phila
delphia Exposition. Sir Redmond seized the mo
ment to a?k for a grant from the Legislature when
the revenue bad increased from X3lH),0o0 a year
to 3,000,000 within some three years. It is
probably the beet entirely free public library in
the world. All the appointments arc ns handsome
as in a wealthy gentleman's private library, and
contrast most agreeably in that respect with the
raise rablo condition of the Astor Library, where,
in the alcoves, it ia often difficult to procure a
chair, and still more bo to find one which docs
not show a probability of breaking down beneath
its burden. The librarians, who are persons of
intelligence, with a knowledge of literature, are
specially instructed to render every assistance to
the reader in prosecuting the branch of inquiry
upon which bo ia intent, and so thoroughly popular
ia the library in its character that it ia sought by
persons of every kind of craft to aid them in their
work. The magnificent rooms are divided into al
coves, and in one you may see a classical student
eager over his Greek, in another a mechanic
Iookirjg up 6o me recent improvement in his art.
There ia do asking for hooka and being only al
lowed one at a time. Any one may range where
he will, and take any work be desires at pleasure.
The sola condition attached to the use of the li
brary ia that those with dirty hands must wash
them before handling the books, and a lavatory
ia at band. Ihere ia no such provision at the As
tor. Beneath the library are fine galleries of art,
also perfectly free. Melbourne had all this when
she waa 35 years old, and here ia New Y'ork, over
two centuries old, and can show nothing like it.
The Melbourne Library, brilliantly lighted, ia
open till 10 at night. The Astor Library closes
long before sundown. Nexo York Times.
Child two years old bas an attack of croup
tit. Doctor at a distance. What ia to be
The child should be immediately undressed and
put in a warm bath. Iben give an emetic com
posed of one part of antimony wine to two of ipecac.
The dose is a teaspoonful. If the antimony ia not
handy, give warm water, mustard and water, or
any other simple emetic ; dry the child and wrap
it carefully in a warm blanket.
2. Some one's nose bleeds and cannot be stop-
Take a plug of lint, moisten, dip in equel parts
of powdered alum and cum arabic and insert in
the nose. Bathe the forehead in cold-water.
3. Chill eata a piece of bread on which arsen
ic h?.B been spread for Killing rats.
Give plenty of warm water, new milk in large
quantities, eruei ana iinscea tea : iomeui mo
bowels. Scrape ir.ori rnst off anything, mix with
warm water and give u large draughts trequentiy.
rsevcr give large draughts of fluids until those giv
en before hare been vomited, because the Btom
ack will not contract properly if filled , and the
object is to get rid of the poison as quickly aa
4. A young lady sits in a draught and comes
home with a bad sore throat.
Wrap flannel around the throat, keeping out of
draughts and 6udden changes of atmosphere, and
every half hour take a pinch of chloride of potash,
place it on the tongue and allow it to dissolve in
o. Child falls backward into a tub of water
and ia much scalded.
Carefully undress the child, lay it on a bed, on
ita breast if the back is ecaldcd ; be sure all
draughts are excluded ; then dust over the parts
scalded with bi-carbonate of soda ; lay muslin
over it ; then make a tent by placing two boxes
with a board over them in the bed, to prevent the
covering lrom prefsing on toe seaw ; cover up
G. Mower cuta driver's legs as he ia thrown
from seat. Put a tight bandage around the limb
above the cut, slip a cork under it in the direc
tion of a line drawn from tl.c inner part of the
knee to a little outside of the groin. Draw the
edge of the cut together with sticking plaster.
7. Child has a bad earache. Dip a plug of
cotton wool in olive oil, warm it and place it in
the ear. Wrap up the head and keep it out of
A despatch from Portland, Oregon, says the
Board of Trade of that city unanimously adopted
a long memorial, aaaressea to l 'resident Hayes,
condemning in strong terms Chinese immigration
to that State. Among other things, the memori
al declares that " the Chinese Eeriousiy interfere
with all free labor, as they are able to exist upon
a pittance that does not suttee for the merest
support of a white laborer and bis family; that
their crime and pauperism are a continual source
of expense to the State; that they do not in any
manner advance the wealth of the State by the
acquisition of real property, the payment of taxes
or the development of any of its resources; that
every dollar they earn that is not absolutely ne
cessary for their support is sent out of the coun
try, and that they have introduced diseases and
crimes in our midst entirely unknown prior to
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with planters on their estates to take orders, fnrninh plans and
gire any information to parties desiring; to order ugr ma
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All the Stock now on hand
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Is being Closed Out at Reduced Prices !
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TMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECENTLY
received the Agency of Monuments, Headstones. c. by
special arrangements with the manufacturers is able to furnish
the same at lower fifrures than they have heretofore been sold.
Ieigns and Drawings can be seen at my shop. By pricing
these articles, the enormous redaction will at once be seen.
Monuments can be obtained at all prices, from $10 to $1000.
The inducements I ofler are such that people hare no need
or sending elsewhere. CHRIS. GLKTZ,
No. 62 Hotel Street, next door to the Palace of Sweets."
A Monitor Horse Power, new,
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For One, Two or Four Horses !
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No one to sav one word about it. Something useful for Plan
tations. It turns in less space than a two-wieel cx cart.
Width of hind tires, 6 inches; front, 4 inches; tuilt light, but
rery strong. Those wishing to send in large orders, and wish
them got out on time, would do well to do it immediately, or
they must stand back and wait their turn. mh!5
Ne Plus Ultra Spring Bed
ONLY FIFTEEN DOLLARS
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mhl or of the manufacturer, B. F. FARRAR.
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Assassination of Rulers.
Tbcre have been more than thirty attempts on
the lives of kings and rulers duricg as many years.
The Duke of Modena, attacked in 1S43 ; the
Prince of Prussia (now the Emperor "William) at
Minden, in June, 1843 ; the late King or Prussia
in 1852 ; Queen Victoria in 1852 ; an infernal
machine discovered at Marseilles on Napoleon
lll.'fl visit in 1852 ; the Austrian Emperor slight
ly wounded by the Hungarian, Libenjez, in 1852 ;
attack on King Victor Emanuel in 1853 ; also on
Napoleon III. opposite the Opera Comique ; the
Duke of Parma mortally stabbed in 1824 ; Napo
leon HI. fired at by Pianori in the Champs Ely
sees in 1855; a policeman seized Fuentes when
about to fire at Queen Isabella in 1856 : Milano,
a soldier, stabbed King Ferdinand of Naples in
1850 ; three Italians from London convicted of
conspiracy against Napoleon III. in 1857; the Or
eini Plot against Napoleon III. in 1853 ; King of
Prussia twice fired at, but not hit, by the student
Beker at Baden, in 18G1 ; Queen of Greece shot
at by the student Erusios, in 1862 ; three Italiana
from London arrested for conspiring against Na
poleon III. ia 1869; President Lincoln assassi
nated in 1865; the Czar attacked at St. Peters
burg in 1866, and at Pans in 1863 ; Prince
Micheal of Servia assassinated in 1833 ; King
Amadcus of Spain attacked 1S71 ; President of
Peru assassinated in 1872 ; President of Bolivia in
1873 ; President of Ecuador in 1875 ; President
of Paraguay in 1877 ; two attempts on the life of
the German Emperor in 1878 ; two similar attacks
upon the Kings of Italy and Spain, and finally,
the Nihilist plot against the life of the Czar.
A Big Foot or a Big Story. A young lady
in Sandusky can probably boast of the largest
feet in the world. A Detroit gentleman, who
was in a shoe store in mat city wnen tne iaay
left an order for a pair of shoes, brought back a
chart" of the foot, which was taken to secure
rrorer lasts. The young ladv is 17 years of age,
is 4A feet hifih and weighs 110 pounds. There is
nothing remarkable .about her except her feet, an
idea of the immensity of which can be obtained
by the following accurate measurement: Length,
17 inches; size around the beel, 22 inches;
around the instep, 1S; around tLe ball of the
foot, 19 inches; around the smallest part of the
ankle, 16$ inches. The feet are not unsymmet
rical, and the only discomfort the lady experi
ences is from the muscular exertion required to
carry them around.
A. W. PEIRCE&C0.,
(AT THE OLD STORE)
Queen Street. Honolulu, H. I.,
WHALING GEAR OF ALL KINDS,
Wbaleboats, Boat Stock, Anchors, Chains.
Hemp and Maaila Cordage, Duck, Naral Stores,
Paints and Oils, Brass and Galvanized Marine Hardware,
Sailmakera Goods, Boatbuilders' Hardware,
Hay, Oats and Bran, Etc., Etc.
Would inform our friends aud patrons, that we hare now on
hand the most complete and varied assortment of
SHIP & NAVAL STORES,
and otlisr Goods in onr line, to be found on the Sand with Isl
ands; and having a new lease, for a term of years, of the old
stand, so long nnd favorably known by the people of the
Sandwich Islands, and by the Masters and Owners of Whaling
and Merchant Vessels, and with our New Fire-proof Store and
Store house near by, giving us unequaled facilities for keeping
even a still more complete and varied assortment of all the
UooJs in oar line, larce additions to which we have ordered
from the United States and Europe, all of which we offer on
the most favorable terms.
Coils 8 Threads, Coils 9 Threads, Coils 12 Threads.
Coils 14 Inch, Coils 1$ Inch, Coils 1 Inch, Coils 2 Inch,
Coils 2i Inch, Coils 2J Inch, Coils 2 Inch.
Coils 3 Inch, Coils 3k Inch, Coils 3 Inch, Coils 3 Inch.
Coils 4 Inch, Coils 4 Inch, Coils 41 Inch. Coils 5 Inch.
Cutting Falls. Manila Bolt Rope, Sisal Rope, Bale Rope,
Hay Hope, Manila Lath Yarn, Galvanized Wire Kope,
Wire Seizinfr, Deep Sea Lead Lines, 60 Fathom Log Lines,
Lines for Patent Log, Signal Halyards, Fish Lines.
1 inch, 1 inch, 2 inch, Si inch, 2 inch, 2 inch,
3 inch. 31 inch, 3 inch, 3 inch, 4 inch, 4 inch, 5 inch,
Si inch, 6 inch, 6) inch, 7 inch, 71 inch, 8 loch.
R A T LI X 12 thread, 15 thread, 13 thread, 21 thread.
SHUXl'AR X 2 yarn, 3 yarn.
SEIZING 6 thread, 0 thread, 12 thread.
Marline, Ilouseline, Hambroline, Rounding, Russia Dolt Rope.
Nob. 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Ravens, Drills, oc.
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,
Sailmakers' Seaming Palms, Sailmakers' Ropine Palms,
Sail Hooks, Galvanized Iron Clews. Galvanized Thimbles,
Brass Thimbles, Open Thimbles. Thimbles for Wire Hope.
Sister Hooks and Thimbles, Flags.
Anchors from 40 lbs. to 2400 lbs. Chains from i in. toU in.
Capstans. Windlass Gear, Brass Boat Compasses,
Brass Ship Compasses, Tell Tale Compasses,
Ritchies' Spirit Compasses, No. 1;
" " " No. 2;
" " No. 3;
Sheathing Felt, Yellow Metal, Sheet Lead, Fog Horns,
Lilly Irons, Grains, Cork Fenders, Holy Stones,
Capstan Bars, Handspikes, Mast Hoops, Lead Figures,
Corn Brooms, Hickory Brooms, Ratan Brooms, Cocoanut do.
Pump Leather, Kiggmg Leather, Galvanized Boat INai.s,
Galvanized Scupper Nails, Galvanized Cut Nails,
Galvanized Sweed Iron Tacks, Composition Nails,
Cut Naits, 3d to 60 J; Finish Nails, Iron Tacks,
Copper Tacks, flat heads; Copper Tacks, round heads;
Wrought Boat Spikes, Handled Axes, Wood Saws,
HaLd Saws, Claw Hatchets, Shineling Hatchets,
Hammers, Screw Wrenches, Top Mauls,
Caulking Mailets, Caulking Irons, Hawsicg Irons,
Hawsing Beetles, Jack Planes, Smooth Planes, BitU,
T.ilt Stocks, Rules, Nail Gimlets, Spike Gimlets,
Handled Brad Awls, Screw Drivers, Cold Chisels,
Chain Punches, Coper Punches, Marlin Spikes,
Flat Files, Half Round Files, Saw Files, Grindstones,
Grindstone Fixtures, Brass Screws, Iron rJcrews,
Hasps and Staples, Copper Wire, Brass Padlocks,
Iron Padlocks, Composition Port Hinges, pairs;
Composition Strap Hinges, pairs;
Galv. Iron Row Locks, Galv. Iron Belaying Pins
Locust Belaying Pins, Hickory Belaying Pins, Lizards,
Fair Leaders, rarrel Trucks, Mast-head Trucks,
Serving Mallet. Serving Boards. Chain Hooks,
Hay Hooks, O ilv. Boat Hooks. Galv. Jib Hanks,
Wood Jib Hanks, Wood Pumps for Water Casks,
Galv. Screw Anchor Shackles, Chain Shackles,
Anchor Shackles, Ship Scrapers, Kieging Screws,
Wrist Shackles, Patent Links, Oars, from 6 to 21 feet;
Scul!s, Deck Buckets.
Metalline Blocks, patent; Blocks, common;
Blocks, iron strap, patent; Blocks, rope strap, patent;
Flocks, rope strap, common; Snatch Blocks,
Blocks, wide score lor main sheet;
Blocks, lUnura vitse, for jib sheet; Patent Sheaves,
Common Sheaves, lv-ad Kyes, Hearts, Bulls Eyes.
PAINTS, OILS, ETC.
Haw Oil, Boiled Oil, Kerosene Oil,
Whale Oil. China 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 Taint, Green Paint, Red Paint,
Yellow Paint, Blue Paint, Metallic, dry; Lamp Black,
Chrome Yellow, Chrome Green, Prussian Blue,
Burnt L'mber, Chinese Vermillion, Copper Paint.
Potash, Concentrated Lye, Sal Soda, Glue, Tutty, Chalk,
Black Lead, for sheaves; Tar, Pitch, Rosin, Oakum.
Pitch Mops, Flat Pain Brushes, Round Paint Brushes
Varnish Brushes, Whitewash Brashes, Marking Brushes,
Pencil Brushes, Stove Brushes. Shoe Brushes,
Dust Brushes, Long Handled Tar Brushes, Flue Brushes,
Seam Brushes, Scrub Brushes. Sash Tools,
Log Books, for 120, 210 and 360 days; 14-second Glasses,
Patent Logs, 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, dcz.; Lamp Burners,
Lamp Chimneys, Cotton Waste, lbs.; Bath Brick,
Brown Soap. Salt Water Soap, Cups and Saucers.
Tumblers. Knives and Forks. Spoons, Chopping Knives,
Chopping Trays, Sieves, Coffee Mills, Dust Pans,
Wash Basin?, Mincing Knives, Blubber Forks, Beat Boards
Boat Timbers, Boat Knees, Boat Nails, all sizes;
Mast Hinges, Steering Braces, etc.
Whaleboats, Whale Irons, Whale Lances,
Brand's Bomb Guns, Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Pavis Pain Killer, Pierce's Magnetic Truss.
Beef, Pork. Bread, Crackers, Preserved Meals, Fruits,
CALIFORNIA HAY, BRAN, OATS, &c.
OIL ! OIL ! !
URE SPERM OIL. STRAINED AND FREE
JL from foots
tor caie ny
BOLLKS & CO.
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
WATCH, CLOCK & JEWELRY
CHUNG HOY RESPECTFULLY IX
forms the public, that he kerps on tinl a Fine As
sortment of Ladies and Gents'
YTaltham Watches, Cold and Silver Chains Amrri
f an Clocks Jf nclry, &r.,
which he will sell AT REDUCED I'RIC r nJ
guarantee them as biilni.
"Watch, Clock and Jewelry Repairing
Faithfully Attended to. Watch G!ass 2
Nuuanu Street, opposite lioll.stcr 4 Co.'a
Cents. Si or on
THE OLD ESTABLISH ED Busi
ness House of A. tf. CLEUHOKN Jt CO., sit
oated in Waimo. Hamakaa. Hawaii, consists of
a Btore and a I'weliior House. almost new. Also, Store Houses.
Cook House, Ac, with a large and will 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 Rice or Sugar culture.
Also, lease of Muliwai. wb:ch comprises several thousand
acres of wood land. This is a rare chance for parties wishing
to go into Sugar or Rioe, in one of the moat desirable localities
in tbe Kingdom.
For particulars, apply to
Messrs. A. S CLEGFIORN & CO., Honolulu,
Or to J. R. MILU?, liamaku.
Waipio, March 13th, 1379. mh2i
A RARE CHANCE!
F10 BE SOLD ONLV OX ACCOUNT OP
M. sudden departure, about 3000 acres cf tine, arable land,
situated near the landing of Kaunakskai. Molukai, consisting
in part of about 1000 acres of fine cane Und, the principal part
situated within a rain belt which extends along tbe mountains.
The balance is fine timber and grazing land. A large stream
of water has its source upon the place, and is capable of irriga
ting the whole tract. Also, lour acres of fine thriving young
cane, vegetables f f all kind, two houses, working and riding
horses, cart, plows, hainesses. saddles, tools of all kinds, sev
eral hundred chickens, geese, Ac. AIo, 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 cf
W. C. LAMBF.RT, on the place; or cf
R. F. BICKtRTON. No 23 Merchant St.,
mhl 6m Honolulu.
A PERFECT SEWING MACHINE !
THE rMnsxjxvr 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 THK ONLY
rcrfett, Complete & FAfLTLESSSEWIXG MACHINE
ON THE FACE OF THE EARTH.
VERTICAL FEED !
A SCIENTIFIC MECHANICAL TRI-
CPH, pronounced by the Franklin Institute, Philadelphia,
(highest authority in the U. 8.)
" The Best Feed Efer Invented fbrSewIng Jlarhlnes"
THE ONLY POSITIVE SUCCESS
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OP SEWING
All lover of progressive science anil mechanical perfectkj
should see it, ard every lady in the land should examine and trjr
Dairis Vertical Feed
SHUTTLE LOCK-STITCH SEWING MA
CHINK before deciding to purchase an inferior machine or a
single thread plaything without a tension.
JGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
apl2 No. 4 0 FORT STREET. (6m
Direct from London, ujiue assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S SILK, LAMB'S WOOL,
Merino, India Gauze and Lisle Thread Undershirts.
Silk, Shaker Flannel, India Gauze, Linen and Jean Drawers,
Spun Silk, Balbriggan, Brown Cotton, Stripe Cotton, Stripe
Merino, Shetland Merino, Silver Grey and Dark Grey Me
rino Half Hose,
" Guiots," French Silk and Cotton Suspenders,
White Cambric, Lavender, Black and Colored Silk Ties,
Haronet, Club House, Windsor, Black and Colored Silk Scarf.,
White, Black and Colored Silk Bows,
Printed Cambric Ties,
Linen Cambric Handkerchief,
Linen Cambric Hem Stitch Handkerchiefs,
White and Colored Silk Handkerchiefs,
French Silk Umbrellas, (large and small.)
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
CrowD, Condraj's, Chnrdin's, Colgate's, Gosnell's,
Lnbin's, Flnand's, Tiesse it Lnbln's,
liimmel's and Menrk's
Consisting in part of
Bouquet dea Alpes, Otto of Rosps, Essence of Roses, Persian
Ottool Roses, W hite Rose, Moss Rose, Province Rose, Essence
Bouquet, Crown Bouquet. Prince of Wales, Princess Beatrice,
Princess Louise, Princess Alice. Dutchess of Edinburgh, Mar
quis 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, Ylang Yiang, Patchouly,
Psidium, Mouseline, Eglantine, Skating Rink, Sandal Wood,
Musk, ice. In cut glass, gilt arftl plain bottles, all sizes, from
Fifty Cents to Tea Dollars a bottle. Just the thing for a
.TOILET WATERS, VINEGAHS, &c.,
Eau de Toilette, Eir i!e Colojrno, Flori la Water, I.averoVr
Water, Verbena Wler, Hungary Water. Honey Water, Toilet
Vinegar, Aromatic Vinegar, Cpopenax, Bay Rum, Sec.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Barry's Tricopherous, Bogles Hyperion Fluid, Burnett's
Cocoaine, Oleocome, Bay Rum Oil. Pestachio Nut Oil, Row
lands & Son's Genuine Macassar Oil, Briedenbach's Macassar
Oil, Lime Juice and Glycerine, Opoponax Oil, Pomade Vase
line. Crown Pomade, Rimmel's Pomade, Pinard"s Pomade,
f OR THE COMPLEXION,
Rowland's Kalydcr, Briedenbach's Kalydor, Milk of Ro?es,
Bloom of Youth. Bloom of Koes. Vinaarre de Kouye, Lubin's
Blanc de Perle, Barry's Pearl Cream, Cold Cream of Roses, die.
TOILET & NURSERY POWDERS,
Fay's Veloutine, Opa!in, Ptrtachio Xut Fowdcr, Eukonis,
Opera Gem, Lily White, Violet Powder, Rice Powder, Love
Powder f- Sachets.
Ivory, Wood and Paper Powder Coxes and Pnfi.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE TEETH,
Barry's Marfilina Florilire, 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 j
COLGATE'S.COIDRAV'S, CROWN, COS- !
NELL'S, LIBIA'S, PI ESSE Si LCIHN'S j
AND PEARS' j
Toilet Soap Tablets,
Containing the fallowing and many other kinds :
Rose, Otto cf Roses, Patchouli, Frangipanni, Heliotrope,
New Mown Hay, Violet, Millerteurs, Cashuiire Bouquet, Jock
ey Club, Honey, Almond and Glycerine, E'der Flower, Oat
Meal, Lettuce, Rice Starch, Lavender, Pestachio Nut Oil Soap,
Ambrosial, Rondeletia, Cold Cream, Pure Curd, Musk, Sandal
Wood. Calvert's Carbolic, Chardins Medicated, Pears Cold
Tar, Junepar Tar, Glenn's Sulphur, Vandyke's Sulphur,
Pears' Transparent Scap Balls and Shaving Sticks, Lublu'a
Crystaliz'd Shaving Sticks.
Naples, Shaving Soap,
Oosnell's Ambrosial Shaving Cream,
Kitchen Crystal Soap.
Ivory, Pearl Inlaid, Celuloid, Florence.
And a full line ol CORNELL'S HAIR BRUSHES,
from Fifty Cents to Three Dollars and Fifty Cents each.
Tooth, Nail, Cloth, Shaving, & Shoe Brushes, Whisk Brushes.
Hand Mirror, Dresnlog Csmbt, Et.
EEM OJT .A. L !
isoLr,i:s & co.,
1VOILD INFORM THEIR FRIENDS
tod the public generally, that they have
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which has just been completed, situate! at the OKI Stand,
XI Queen Street, where tbey have been making larye additions
to their stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship and Plantation Scores,
which make their assortment large an varied.
Will be hippy to have a call from their patrons, and they
will assure th-ia that no pain will te spared to af-eud to their
wants in a satisfactory manner.
We have cow in :ock: Cordace, hemp and Manila, an bj
wrtmect of sizes; Cotton Puck, Flax Canvas, lletnp Canvas.
Coti ms-ail Twine, 6, 8, T and S ply; Flax Sail Twine, S and S
ply; Blocks. Oar. Shleves. Hot ks and 1 tumbles, Ac , Ac, a'J
of which will be sold at Bed Rock Prices.
Honolulu, Nov. 23d, 1ST4. Jtl T
TILMIXGTOX TAR. WILMINGTON
For Sale by
BOLLES Jt CO.
BEEF. PORK, HAMS. BACON. CHEESE,
1-ard. wc, 4c. For Sale by
jal '79 BOLLES A- CO.
MIXED RUBBER PAINTS.
MF ALLSIIADES, in large and
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
NEW STORE, NEW PRICES,
. NEW GOODS !
nmiE I'NDERSIGNEI), IMPORTER AND
m. Manufacturer cl
Having opened a FURNITURE STORE In Honolu
lulu. Invites the public to inspect his Ptock of Uoxxls, A LL
NEW, and of 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 pertains to the business.
Call niicl Soo Ills
PARLOIi SETS, I)IMG ROOM SETS,
PL! IX UmiTI BE OF ILL KIXDS,
OFFICE AD STOKE CHAIRS,
AND MATTRESSES OF ALL KINDS.
TT California and Eastern made Furniture of all kinJa and
styles at the Lowest Prices.
F. H. WILT,
On Hotel street, two doors from Fort street.
raiHE UNDERSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
ft 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
Wheat, Oats, Barley, Alfalfa and Maairoiellajr,
Oats, Bran, Barley, Wheat, Corn, Middlings,
Mill Feed, oil Cake Meal, Cracked Corn, Ett.
Having a First Class Mill,
We are Prepu-ed to Fill All Orders for
Corn Meat, or any kind of Ground Grain. Orders left for
Mixed Feed,!, 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
W hole i.rain. ;o feed to stock. We have a large and coram.
dious Warehouse, 150x50, near the Steamer Wharf, where we
can accommodate persons who requite 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 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. OFFICK on Fort Street, next door to
Lucas' New Shop,
mhl 0m LAINE Si CO.
FROM THE COAST,
GYRUS NOBLE VHISKY
la Bottles, Demijohns and riask.
SOUR MASH WHISKY
Kentucky Favorite do.
PIG BRAND PORTER
IN STONK BOTTLES.
"Voy IPlno GrXJST
IN STONE JCGS.
And 50 Half Bbls. of Good
This lft was purchased in Louisville, Kentucky,
from the DISXILLFKl,
AND WAS TWO YEARS OLD I
When It lift New York City on the ship " Sovereign or
the i'-at." that lately arrived in fcau Francisco,
via Cape Horn.
COUCHT IN BOND !
shipped direct to us. we do not pay the Inter
nal Itevenue Xax, and so are able to sell
WHISKY CHEAPER TH1X 1XT H0I SE L THE CITY
Call and Examine.
aP12 O MERCHANT STREET. Sm
RECEIVED PER lilM !
BARRELS AND HALF BARREL? OF
BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS OF
Itarr.lsanJ Half H-rreU of PITT LAKE
.BIm.2a Trout !
ALL CF WHICH WILL BE
Sold at Very Low Rates !
aP2GSra E. C. McC AN DLESS.
JIST RECEIVED PER mKIMIlG,
BARRELS AND HALF BARRELS
FOR SALE LOW, BY
E. C. MeC AND LESS.
Ex Martha Davis from Boston
"re Have Just Received
' OFFER FOR SALE,
SUPERIOR EASTERN WHITE PISE,
Windows and Blinds,
IV kit Eaaiera 11 tie, 1, 11, It, t and 3 inch.
1st mmd 2m Growl Is A n, I i, It. 2 and S locU.
Black Vlnt, l.S.CJ and 3 Inch.
While VI, t in. for carriage use.
Cat NtU, all aues.
Cat! mni Vrsahi SplLcs, from 41 to R liKb.
Wrsnshl Nulla, 2, Si, Zl. 3 anl 4 Inch
Gahaalird NnUs, 41., 101.
A Complete Abstinent f
PAINTS m OIL.
A Complete Aortnirnt of
Also, by Late Arrivals.
IL:ilclcis House Steps
Corrugated Iron, Brushes,
WINDOW & PICTURE CLASS.
All cf which we offer fur sale Lor.
LEWERS A, DICKSON.
a pJ 3m
Witl. WENNEU & CO,,
WOULD MOST R ESPECTFt'LLV INFORM
tbe people of Honolulu and the Islands generally, that
tbey oot only manufacture any and
AH Kinds of Jcwtflrj,
FROM EASTERN MAKTAflORIES!
Finest SOLID JEWELRY,
Finest Gorham Silver Ware I
AND ALL GRACES OF
"Wnltluxiix WatchcH !
Direct from tbe Factory, and which will bt aold at smalt
advance orcrlhe cost price, and GUARANTEED.
THEY HAVE SECURED THE SERVICES
FIRST ClASS WATCH MAKER !
and will f uarantee tbe Repairing and Cleaning of
all Hatchet left to their care.
Engraving Executed in any Stylo
AND IN THE BEST MANNER.
Te wouM Ulce this opportunity to return thinks fur !
patronage, and solicit a continuance of the same.
Orders from tbe other islands solicited, which wi'4 receive
careful attention when directed to our care.
WM. WEIMNER & CO.,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' 1111.
P. O. Box No. SS.
(msS SZBTBAJTD.) J A
Is a medicins thnt waa dUcOYcred by o!J Vans
BEBTnAKO, who hid been occupied In sick room anl
with the caro of tick people, for crcr fifty year. It .
is made purely end entirely of I'lanta, Ilarbs
and Iloots, end Is exceedingly agrei-abla end
pleasant t both tbo tasto and smell, bciag warm,
aromatic and t pier. It 1 1 ft r.iost thoroagi pargs,
cleaning oat th9 bowels without pain, aud without
nausea rr elclccnlng. It Co : cot vtaVcn, anl leave
the system open and free, never drylncap the bowels
afterwards, as cvrry other pnrga that vo know of
does. 11 can bo glrcn to Infants and Invalids witi
earety, and ia every caso of old or young. It is guarac
tecd to euro tbe worst cases of constipation, indiges
tion, and all diseases that affect thcstomach and
bowels. It is, moreover, ft powerful stimulator an
I.NTIGOIlAIOIt OP THIS 1,1 VIE It. Its
effects upon tbo blood and bnmors is something real
Jy astonishing, and Is mnc'a mora Immediate and
thoronzb than that of any other purifier yet disco v.
rcd, having this great advantage, that when it has,
by its depurating powers, set fica in the system th
poisons of Scrofula, Ball Ithecra, J.Ialignsnl Ulcerous
Sores, and Cancerous gatherings or lamps, it instant
ly carries them out of the body by purging tho bow
'J. No other purifier does this; with all of tbem
tho patient must taka pills, or soma other equal!
nauseous dose of physic, or if tbey d not, tbe poisoa
remains in the system, and goes back into the blood.
BEIITER'S LIFE SYItVJP ia exceedingly
plsaaant to take, needs no second dosa to pnrga the.
bowels, and docs all the work required to effect com
Barry's Pain Relief,
Purely vegetable; for nse Internally or externally.
Caree la one minute. Try It I Try It!!
AGENT FOR the HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
U4 ly eow
X DISCOVERY. FOR SALE BY
al 19 bOLLtfl tc CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING w
Koast Beef, Boiled Beef. Koasl Mutton, Boiled Hutu W
Compressed Corned Beef, Figa I ret. Lambs Tongues, hi V
Tonicues, Tripe, Fish Chowder, for and Beans, Codfish
Balls, Ac, Ac. For Sale ty
jal '79 BOLLKS ft CO.
'u ii -r . v at