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PACIFIC GOMMB BCIAL. ADVERTISE SUPPLEMENT,
130BI IbOTbOT. 12 I iJU2fl"ST IS, Ii
KAUAI CORRESPONDEKCE. I
A Loc,otE-. Xotm-ILalai as it was asd a
IIaxalli as it was and as
A raanfrv w hav funnd tier, ami many a rbacge.,
l"a!ea bo. footntepe and all Ibibx atrantte.
Cone are lite bnilt vittt tuw aiiverj hair ;
Aa l tho touo j t.iat wcrt, bite a trjw rf car.
Aoi tue plare tutl.nl where the children played,
Nuthiuj luolts tue aaoae av the neat we made."
Those who were wont to vi.-it Hana'ti some
eiht or ten years ago to enjoy its quiet beauty
and breath it sweet air, wonld now be surprised
to see the change which have taken plate there.
Formtrly there was a nice little sugar plantation
at Waipua with quite a number of foreigners and
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healthy happy and contented on the estate ; now
.... . ... . ..
mil is transiormca into a rice plantation witn ai
the former buildings crumbling to ruin and
A like change haa also come over the Hanalei
valiey. We were accustomed to heo only sugar
raues waving iu the breeze, now nearly the
whole of this bt:iutifnl valley is in the ixs.ses
aiou of Chinese, wh- ere raising heavy crops of
rice, m.d iu-t.ad cf here a line tit-Id of cane, tnd
th.-ro a large pusturug.; with hundreds of fine
cattle. Lorb. and mules feeding thereon, we see
only a vast area of lice in all btages of growth ;
from the little green sprout to the ripe yellow
grain ; and instead of hearing the plowboy'a
whistle and the ranchero'a son'', nothing is
heard save the howling, yeliin-' and nnng cf
the Chinese rice planters, week-days and tuu
tiays from misty morn till dewy eve.
It is somewhat 6tran?e that a place with so
many natural advautagea for tue successful j
cultivation of sugar cane should hava been
baudoued, and handed over to Chinese, who
are sure t make theinselyes rich on such tine
lands ; but tha fact is that two-thirds of the
augar plantations on these Lslands fall into the
hands of men who assume their management,
without any previous experience or education in
the science ui agriculture ; and having no
natural or acquired capacity for management,
consequently conduct affairs in such an nn
business li'ie manner, and are so headstrong in
their bnu.iug course, that their labors bear no !
fruit, and stockholders .tceive no dividends. deliberation. About half- an hour afterwards
I have travelled over muuy lands and have returned a verdict of guilty, with a recom-
aeen much of business iu all branches and I do meudatiou to mercy three jurors dissenting,
solemnly declare that many of the plantations j The King vs Louis Dubois. Embezzlement,
on the Hawaiian Islands are conducted in a When this case was called Mr. Dole, defendant's
manner which would strain the reaources of a J counsel, moved that he be discharged from
yd-goir.g gold mine. i custody, inasmuch as, that by th demise of tho
Tnere are only a wry few white men to be late Chief Justice of the Court, and the failure
seen around Hanalei uow-a-days, and Uoiio of to fill the vacancy thereby caused, there is at the
its former foreign families. I present time no Supreme Court. (Our report of
Tno Johnson, Wilcox, and Titcoaib families the argument and decision in this matter appears
have all Moved away and their houses are vacant; 1 in another column.) Alter the Judge's decision
and the once pretty lawns and gardens are ! was rendered' and a jury had (with some dim
neglected and in ruiu. j cultyj been empanelled, Mr. Dole requested
naliven too are not o numerous, many i that the trial be postponed till his exception to
have died while yet young, and some have also j tho ruling just given had been heard in Banco,
gone away to other parts. Those who remain : Mr. Presion objected and suggested that tho
p;rear outwardly moral, but the churches are .
very poorly attended. The native i'rotcstant !
churcn anl Catholic im-isiua !i.ij1 nw.l to have
u gool to'.tei:.l..uce ou ill! the OfCiisious of wor
Li; at iils.j the runJav-choois, Lut now there
is only n lucre pprmkuny, and I leara that on !
Home occa.Hious uot evtu oue li.steiier comes
forward to htar the preacher. There i what
uiis'ht b ttriucil au ujkjIov for an l".ng!i.-.h
k'UixjI, but of conrso it cnuiict be esected that
prorljauulitied uuehA-r wou.d take hold of j
ucu m poor ueiu, ima ai ureseni is ; aua l
con.Hiiler th-it a real cojh1 native ft -L xl wutikl
be a lunch LTcuter Iout tit to the scholar than the
present uieilk-jr. There urj three or font Chinese
More doin a kind of hand-to-mouth business.
Lat Btrane to state, there it one of thoe bhrewd,
iinAosurma Scotchnu-a doin on the
ptuntatiou prtuai.seH who by Krseverance, at ten- j
tiuiiund fair-df alin;' appeara to have the lion's
share of the bu-im-s ol the district. Natives
ride ruilert past tho Chinese utoren to do their
trading with Lim, believing th it they get better
vaiao lir their money there.
it is my iaipres.siou that in a fexr years Hana
lei wiil be a! most entirely peopled by Chinese
few natives who huve homesteads there ;
&nd no white men ; for where Chinese can grt a i
foot-hold, white men rarely can make a living. j
I rtt-et that I cannot paint dear old Hanalei ;
ia boater col.irs bnt though a lonngrr I am not I
Uo:mtu(ul, and I mast show things up iu their !
true li-;ht, not ia a spirit of iauit-linding and j
growling, but iu order that remedies may be '
tpplied and improvements attempted and" carried j
H-efore closing I mat not omit a little fourth (
if July iniident. i
Duting hit Hay at H.tualei the whe. Is of time ! response to this call meetings were held, in
bronght rotind the Glorious l'onrth and from ' morning at the Native Church, and at noon,
something which h.td appeared in one of thejin.'e Foreigu Church, in each of which about
native newspajn-rs, the tntract labor r on the
pUntation-i w-re tinder the impression that the
hy whs a leai holiday for them and w heu the
hour for starling work arrived very few of the
na'ive pnt in au appearance. Of course Ihe only ,
wiij o roiTin:e tueai oi int-ir trror was n sue j
tht rn for not K'iu to xrork, bnt when the rues-
stujjer arrival at the dwelling of the distrirt J
j'l.l'C llts lienor baa jti -it it-it ou a visit to a
ol tno Lxauil cileU Kulal.ni wuicb ran
reached only y a uu l oiiiv dnria ' tine weati
constnuentiT sa:i'.n.ri.-t's o.ud not ce obtained
anil tue laborers ha 1 a holiday much against the
wishes of the manager of the plantation.
Those men must be rery much demoralized
for when 1 told some of their number that all
would be sent to prison Lo did not go to work,
they did not appe r to care whether they passed
way their time in prison or on the plantation.
I am shortly going over to the now go-a-head
districts of Kilauea aud Koloa, when 1 hope to
furnish some notes of that progressing section
cf the garden island.
Barour First Associate Jcstick Jrrr.
Friday, July Sth.
Cittl Causes Hawaiian Jtbt.
Napakaua (w) vs. Nahua (w). Ejectment.
By leave of the Court Mr. Dole, counsel for the
plaintiff, amended the declaration by adding the
name of Kuawaa (k) to the record, he having
been married to Xapukaaa since the commence
ment of the suit. The case occupied most of
Monday, a Isrye number of witnesses being ex
amined. After nearly two hour and a half
deliberation the jury Returned a verdict for the
defendant, three jurors dissenting. Mr. Preston
appeared for Nahua.
Kopa (k) Administrator of the Estate of
Mose Mahoe, deceased, vs. Ohia. Sir. Preston
for the plaintiff, au 1 Mr. Bickerton for the de-;
fence. A jury was empanelled and a large j
number of witnesses were examin.-d. In conse- '
que nee of evidence disclosed, Mr. Preston asked
for and obtained a non-suit.
Satardav, Julv 0th.
DivoecK Cases. ;
TV. f..n,ain.r r.A were ealled.aud dismissed !
f..r non-atttiKlance. viz: Kaaikaula (k) vs.
Ninipo (w); KealaulA (k) vs. Kapa (w).
Auhea (w) vs. Kauapeelua (k). In this case
Mr ITnrtwrll atreared for the libellant. Tha
respondent wm charged with adultery, intern-
perance and cruelty. He appeared in Court
without counsel, and said he had no money and J
no tropertv, real or personal. On motion tT
Mr. Hartwell the24tin whether the Court
hail authority to imprison Kauapeelua for con-
,rln7 ihsriLw Pilt down
f.-r armiment on Tnwly the 12th. The Cou-t
I r iti-geriog jproo& againt his fracilj. On on
f S.. tt.m r,t tlia TTF i t.T ft f J 91
Wing natisSed from the evidence aJdaceJ that
the re-pontUnt bad Wen guilty of adultery
1 granted the OiTorce.
Pohulaom (w) vu. Kalili (k). In this case
the husband was charged with dese rtion. .Mr.
"W. L. IioloUahiki appeared for the libtllant.
Her cas wa proved, and divorce granted.
Kawtlo (k) vs. Hariata (w). Mr. W. II.
Holokahiki for the libenant. Hariata was
charged with deserting her husband, and the
charge ixring sustained by the evidence, a decree
j was granted.
Eua (w) vs. Hahane (k). The ground of
this suit was adultery, which was proved. Ie-
Jlr. J. L. Kaulnkou appeared for
Monday, July 11th.
The Civil cases before Hawaiian juries were
commenced and continued on the following day.
We shall give our report of these next week.
Thursday, 11th July.
CEIMINAL CASK.t rOHEIOX JCBT.
Thj King vs Kong Sing. The prisoner was
charged with burglary and was undefended.
After the evidence against him had been taken,
he made a statement in defence to the effect
that Maikai, one of the witnesses, had asked
him to procure liquor for him, which he refused
to do ; that Maikai then asked him to
come to his house. He went with him and
Maikai offered him $2 to buy liquor, which he
again refused. Then Maikai said if he would
not get him the liquor he would haul in upon
tin m& RaT that he had been stealing in his
nouse. 3Iaikai tneu seizeu Liia ana tnrew Lim
down and called out " haul in" and had him
taken to the btation house. This defence though
unsupported by other evidence appears to have
inllueuced the minds of several of the jury.
They left the Court at 1 1. 2J and a couple of
hours afterwards reported that they could not
agree, being divided 0 to 0. The Court was not
prepared to liberate them so promptly, and after
instructing them on certain points of the case
and declining a request that lunch niicrht be
supplied to them, sent them back for further
Court could reserve the point for the full Court
instead of having it argued as a bill of excep
tions. Mr. Dole thought the suggestion good,
but the Court preferred not to reserve the ques
tion. The evidence for the prosecution was then
commenced. After Mr. J. A. Hassinger and the
Postmaster-General had been examined, the case
was adjourned to next day.
Friday, 15th July.
continuedT occupriuz the whole day. The
, , a:.. , t -,;,,.!
The rainfall at Kilaaea, Kauai, was for April,
2.51 ins.; May, 4.73 ins.; Jane C.35.
f iT On Saturday July 2d. the following
notice was posted in prominent places in Hilo,
and on Sunday it was reaJ n the churches, viz :
In view of the danger impending this part of
the Island from the lava flo-w. it is hereby recoui-
mended, that, on Wednesday the Cth day of
July, all places of business in the town and
district of Hilo, be closed from 11 A. II. until 3
P. M an,i that all persons who believe in an
Almighty God look to him especially on that
day, and so far as practicable, assemble in their
several places of worship for that purpose, if .so
be Lie may be pleased to avert the threatening
calamity, or prepare us for the result. "
(Signed) I. S. Lyma.v,
Acting Governor of Hawaii."
thirty persons assembled.
Iietuftiing to Hilo I was much surprised to
find tho lava had made such rapid iroLrress.
Hilo people have good cause to be alarmed. I
know of nothing to prevent its overwhelming j
mc town. 1 prt-snnie tue reports receiveil in
Honolulu pt r last steame r guv full particulttrs."
There are now ouly two flows in advance of
the main flow, Waiakea and Tuna having united.
- the latter is about two aud a half miles from
the sea, or two aud one-fourth from the Hilo
Couit House. The Hon. FreiL Lyiuan issued a
Couit House. The Hon. FreiL Lyi
proclamation for a dav to be devotrd to vraver
(Wednesday, July Cth.) All the stores were
The town's people assembled in the foreign
church at 12 M. Prayers were offered by Eev.
Baker, Coan, I.yinan, Dr. Wetmore and others.
A meeting was also held at the native church.
Late in the afternoon I went up to the flow aud
found it very active. Gaz'ttr.
We learn that the Kev. Mr. Baker of the Eng
lish Church at Hilo, inspired by a worthy cath
olic spirt, called upou the Catholic Priest, Rev.
C. Pouzot, and representing to him the feeling
of Protestant Christians of the town that prayer
J should be offered to Almighty God to avert a
threatening calamity, requested that the Kor.
Father and his parishioners unite in a common
supplication. Kev. Pouzot considered that this
was a proper occasion for the Executive authority
to prefer a ropiest or recommendation to the
churches and people, which suggestion was
acted upon; and there assembled a larger congrrg-
ation than usual, over CO persons at noon on the
Crh inst. in the Catholic Church of Hilo; and at
the English Church and the nutive Church of
Haiti iu charge of llev. T. Coan; the congregat
ions were large, and fully evidenced the grave ap
prehension of the people of Hilo, and their
consciousness of the need of the help of the
Creator of the Universe. Ed. P. C. A.
10.000 SrCSCElCEQS XT OXE TOIXD EACH.
FlKr Ho,SB. , nooNis-snaTna
iccos M.hiss .llOW (.livi.leJ)..;.orx
TmaD lioai jtieti P"!s or l0 aaca ..HKr
Orasa rTaTa 4 I'ii7.r or in 30o
I uo "' c" 1'100
i This is my ftf.h f'onsaltaii'in since Oci-er l.st. anil it the
ret opportanity ever brouchl before the I'ubhc in the Aus
Thel2irvtra Pri. rooitine of 6 Priseanfl0 each.
6 Prises of S earn. ant 1)0 I'ris-s of i0 each, brines tha
I It eVooes are f r-let ri b nce must be a i led. Where-
ever p.it.ie P. O. Or..-r ahouU he forwardeJ and iitatiipa
eoc ui reply and result,
, n rfj SjT jKJ'J a , " 'J-Vtee.
Umi.im a ri'iaaa, .. Z.
f ROTAU HOT El.,
rcSTABMSIlKU I85. CHOICEST WUfFH
Lr.S A LIQl'OK? in tbe Market, AT C A"H ri--iCr8 I
ho 1 1
f Deeds far th States f Sew Tsrk
A YOUNG LI UT PES I UK ENGAGEMENT
DAILY GOVtRXti-3. Kferenc:a ezcjaofcd. Apply to
L A. K-, care of tbia 'Jffice. Juljr,lm
JUST RECEIVED ! !
J. IT. B R U TV S
XO. 4.O. FORT STREET,
A CUUICE LOT Or
i IT CtLli
1 FRESH SALMON ! !
EAKL.V. ad secure at GmoA
STRATEIYIEYER & JAMES,
SIGH A1TD SHOW PAINTERS
SU HOTEL STREET,
A p. 3. 3tn. Ol'POSlTK FAMILY MARKET
NEW LAW OFFICE.
tir C JONES. (Arka) Attorney n Mt ('
el!or at l.a and ienrral I Jtnd A cent aud CotWetor,
will rxei ice in all Court of ihe aeieral I and m Hie Kii(.
doo Oflicr, over Alien 4t Kukiasou'a, Queen ciret, Uobu
u.u. II. I.
WO Til K SCC; A R M A XL'IMCll REKS OK
the llawnuu Itlimli. f Tl'LI.Y would rrK-ctliH'T
off-r lui ser'icvs a a LliAR IIOIL.KK. hu. lad
t.euiy year experirore in that cipaeiiy in oihtr rouainra,
and ihr-e n t?ii. lie fe 1 con.xrirot to fill tUe position iu
any ttoiliig Uuuae in thia Ivingduui.
Good Eeferences Given if Required !
2i 3m Addreai Cox 121, Pott Office, llonr lulo.
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
Shipping &, Commission Merchants)
X. 2 18 California Street.
Bib2a 81 SAN KHAN CISCO.
MOUNTAIN' SWEET, ICE CREiM, A
From ecd Imparled y tde 1'iidcm'itned, can be had on a;-:i
eiUnn at hit retideuce. Ill KING ST It E KT.
OR. THACHER'3 DEHTAL OFFIGE
Will be Closed,
Je4Im UNTIL. FURTHER NOTICE.
W. C. AKAfrA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
T() 48 KING STREET, HOXOHl.l'.
Trsnalatl"ns of either of Ihe above languages made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, Dcjlll ly
a. c. litis.
M. P. BOBISSOH.
ALLEN" & BOBINSON,
tTUOHIVSOX'S WHARF. I E A I-K RS IN
I.L" MKfcft and all kind of BL1LDINO Jl ATKH I AL.S
Paicli, Oiis, Nails, Ac, Ac.
aGaaTS roa scHoonaaa
j-gn) Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Talie lVotice !
General Groceries and Provisions,
ALSO, A FCI.L LINK OF
Smolcer's 3SXa,terial -
I have now couoected with my Establiahmeat
rixx: BEPOT !
Where Fresh Milk from the wel-.knowa PAWAA DAIKV
may be obtained
Goods will be delivered in aiy portion of the City, frve r
tlrdera from the other Is'ands atended to promptly.
Jt4 3nj J. l. ItAMtitY, 67 Hotel sno t
J. & C. LANE'S
I. : ,
I f."-T3 ' V : f I?
,' ' : 5j"-lTr-" . 'I ?":'
(''i-X'J I 'r i I V;'
BETilKL STREET, NEAR KING.
EV.AEM U FACTURF
TABLETS, 3IAUCLE MAXTELS,
WASUSTAXD TOPS, and
s'llingin White & Black Marble,
MARBLE WORX OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO OKDKR AT T11K
Lowest Possible Rate.
Slonaments and Ilradtonrs Cleaned and Beset.
t iT" Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
jan 1 81
OOO IS. X HVE ,
No. Tl, Naajna Si reel, opposite McLean Bros.
JZT Has now op'n for peblic inspertton m large stock of first
first a d Choice Goods, comprising i
I32?3r dc Fancy Goods
b'rBtlernea or Children's re, Cnlhb, French and
Cbiaese Silks of all Color-i, Colored Satins,
l-adlfs' and Ceatlemenn'' I'nderwear.
-EX js i o jT y-
A splendid tine of Pocks and Stnckincs, Silk. VToollwon. Cot
ton in all colors. Uest Calbncgans fur Ladies, Children and
. ikbns Clares, Jett elr y, Hats, Caps, Coots &, Shoes.
I XT Urst Cla-s O whIs at extremely low pricea.
tiuually being added to by every steamer.
Oivo nao n. CaII,
TlieCollcscof St. Louis
OAIIU, 11. I. j
raxnis isariTmos. keino bkmote from city ;
allarrmen'a. ia an ackrxiwtir-lurd a&fKnard lor moral.
For aalubritf of climate is uutiralled Ihe buiMinri arc
large and cumniodioua ; ubiie the grounds d jrd Ihe papila
opportunities ut brattlKul and nnoly exerciea.
Voremiliing atleotioti will be jivrn to the inlelkectaal and
moral culture of the pupils. Non-Catholic pupils will be free
to attend the reli oua exerrUes or doc, acvortting aa their
parents or guard ans may deire.
fapi'a are rece ed at any time during the year.
No reduction will b mvle trotn regular charges, except fur
absence, caused by protracted illness.
No leave of absence during the scbntas'ic year, except at
the College racatwns, or by t-nl permission.
r.sch pupil U'Uil. on cu.erii.g. ob.ain one suit nf unif orm.
hich. with ail other urcersary Ciothmg. Ac, will be furntbed
at moderate cost by the ('ol.se; but none of these wl.l be
proeid'd by the Culh-ge nnl by speci tl arranfrmetit.
I'ayaieuia are to be made quarterly, aud n:TrUb!y in ad
vauce. THE COURSE OF STl'DV
13 CLtSlCAL, SC1E.NT1K10, AND COMMERCIAL.
Latin, Greek, French, German, SpHnish and Iulian
are taught. Particular altenlion will lie paid to the Knglirh
language in all iia branchrs. Literature. M th-i :ic. pure
and mixed, llimory, Ueugrapliy, Cliruistry, and Natural
fbilosophy. Ac , 4.c.
Hoard Lodging, Tniti'u, and tVaahing f r S -holaatic
Kntrance Kee 10 00
Yuotion at College 4U 00
Music Vocal and Instrumental Drawing, aud Mudrru
Languages ..Ext ras.
I) A 1 PUPILS :
Senior Class $60 00
Junior Class 40.00
li e FcholHs'ic Year cotisiM of two aesFions, each comprising
a ieriod of five months. The Firt te-sion commrncea on the
20lh of Auuust. The Sec .ml on the 20lh of January,
for all and further particulars apply in
REV W.J. I.AKK I , I'rr.Mrnt.
No. 73 Ueretauu Street.
Evening School Department of;
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
The President has deci led to include this branch in the J
Cut cmum ol the I'oPege. i
li i bj-ct is to afT rd all classes of the rnmmnnity the
iu- Mti- ol acquiring a Theoreiicnl and I'ractiCal knowlttge of
u.l Coinnii-rrUI ar.d Hm.ntus transactions in d:iily ur; and
hi-o to give an.inaiglu into the workings and applicatiuna of
t..e il ilcrctit trades, which is so esseutial in thee Islaods.
THE THEORETICAL. URANCII
V. ill ho under the nperriion of Ihe I'r'-aid'.'nt and Professors
t.f the Collrge. Til K Pit ACTIO A L, and most important
l.r .iich will be specially attended to hy r-prisc-ntattTcs from
til? Tarious master.artizans amorg UN. who have kindly and
f iie ou-ly promised their acrvicea to this useful aud Taluible
'I hey aa ill alternately devote an hour each cver.ii g to the
tHsk of imparting this practical knowledne to the students
Ail the implements neoesry to each trade, aud to agri
culture, wi I be furnished by tl.e College
K.ich Mster-A rtizan, whtl" connected with the College,
be entitled to nanin one Kree-I if -Scholarship to the
piivilegea of this Evening School Department.
Erh KlDilrnl per Week 30 Cent..
Ihe Evening School will open at 7 o'clock P. M. jal 81
Notice to Planters & Others
. f ItEO TO XOTIKV I'LANTKRS AND
. B. the public that I am prepared to furnish Plana and Jtati
: in ..1 9s lor
STEKL PORTABLE TRAM V AYS with f.r
ithout Cars and Locomotives, especially adapted for
STKAM PLOL'UUING and CSJLTIVATI NO
i TRACTION' ENGINES And ROAD LOCO
j LOCOMOTIVES for any gSage of Railway.
PORTABLE ENGINES for all purposes.
WINDING ENGINES for inclines.
M sirs. JOHN FOWLED k CO. of Leeds, Kngland. whom I
represent have aupplied I'ortalile Kailwrys for Sugar Piama
t.ou m Cuba, Triuidud, rtemerara. Ieru and Mexico, for all
which places they have also aupplied
.STEAM PLOCGU1NG TACKLE.
They have also during the last IS years manufactured Loco
motives f'T Kailwaya in Ureat l'niain and the Coloniea, In
dia M--X co, Ceylon, Kypt and Peru, 20 in. gu;e up to & ft. 3
iu. auage, and suited for ali kinds of Tracks and Traffic
Tl:ry have supplied the governments of Great Uritain. Gtr
mmj. Kusia, Italy with Traction Kuines, which have given
ev;r satisfautiou, as well as large numbers for private use.
Any Communications to be addrefsed to R. II. F0WLKK
V. . UUtEN.Ksq. Mrssrs. U. W. MACFAU.LANE A CU'
l.oiiolulu, who will act as the Aajeots. J
Catilcguss with Illustrations, Models," and
Photographs of the above Plant
ninv ltf een at the Office of V.
L. GREEN, above the Office
o: U V. Maciarlane & Co.
R. II. FOWLER,
for John Fowler It Co.
27. B. I Propose to Visit the Different Is
lands During the Next Few "Weeks,
ami '"!' be glad to ftive any Information with regard to the
i.pil cat on of the different styles of the above Machinery to
j .149 81 If R. U. FOWLER.
F I K E ! !
Maeneale k Irban Safes,
I ire-proof, lire & Bnrglar Proof, A. Barglar Proof,
; smaller sizes constantly on hand.
i Orders for Large Sizes Filled at Shortest Notice.
Old Safes Taken in Exchange.
jBabcock's Fire Extinguishers !
j BUFFALO SCALES,
Platform, Dormant, and Combination Ueam Scales i
XT for Prices and Circulars, write to
C. O. MERGER,
General Aeent for the Hawaiian Islands.
my!5 '80 " ly
WING V0 TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
F O X SALE
At their Fireproof Store, oVposite Mossman's, Noaanu street,
A FILL LINE OF
JAPAN and CHINA TEAS,
Both High and Low Priced, according to Quality.
AlsoA foil asst. of Plantation Supplies, all kinds.
Always on hand a LARGE STOCK OF RICE,
they being Agents for three plantations.
A Tew of those FAXCY SILK PAJIL0R SfBF.F.S lef
jal '81 ly WINO WO TAI Ac CO.
Just Eeceived, Ex. "Ceylon,"
Fine Assortment of Oak Plank
For Sale in Lots to Suit,
By ilXK.V St HOUI.VSOX,
OR CARRYING MKKCIM XIIPiE AND '
BAUOAGK. Office, at Pickeririt A Co's I. X. L. ftore, !
corner Fort and King Streets. Orders punctuil y attended
to. Private residence, 110 Hotel strtet. !
srr9 3m. F. n.OEPIXG.
NTEES GOOD W ORK MA X- STANT ENDEAVOR TO SATISFY MX PATRONS, to merit
A Ilsa II al I II sa- a saw
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
CHRISTIANA I'MYERSITV, NORWAY.
IS Kakwl Street.
OPI'OSITE THE LTCEl'M.
OKFK K Horiw, S to 1 1 A. 31., & 6 1 10 P. 31.
XT NijhtBrU. " jutl.lm
LADIES SAVE YOUR COMBINGS.
A 1.1. KI. OS or
Made from Cut Hair and Combings.
IlllR UlEl.MJ, CLElSI.u, tlTTlNG.
SllllPOOIXG acd bliHSSiG.
f articular attrntion pail to Cutting and Dretiing
Ladies and Ckidrtn't Hair.
A First-Class Shampooing Mixture
Home made, free of acids, and reasonable iu price.
MRS. N. F. BURGESS.
2 I S FOR T STREET,
Nearly bppoaite Ihe Fort Srtrv-et fs.hoL
MRS. BUKOESS will go to the Eastern Stales on a T:sit n
the July ateamrr, and will be pleased to fill any and all orders
f.r Qipods in her line, or anything else that she may be en.
trusted with. tnyii tf
G HATEFUL COMFOllTING.
" ty a thomugh knowledge of the natural 1as which g v
cm the oerations of digestion and nutrition, and by a
careful application of the fine properties of well-selected
cocoa. Mr. K.ppa has provided our lireokfast tuhles with a
delicately-flavored beverage which mij ave us mny heavy
dictor's biiia. It is by the judicious use of such article, of
diet that a constitution may be gradually built up until
alr.'tig enough to resist every tendency to di?eane. Hundreds
of subtle maladies ate floating around us ready to attack
viherever there is a weak point. e my escape many a
(dial shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified i:h pure blond
and a properly nourbhed frame." See art cle in the Civil
Mad simply with boiling waler or milk.
Sold only in packets, labelled :
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
JloEPl S'S CHOCOLATE ESSEXCE. for Afternoon
J. H. HANLON
IIss removed into tils new premises at
HIE FOOT OF A L A K K A eSTRE KT,
and is now prepared to do all kinds ot
AT LOW RATES
Harse Shoeing, And Carrlaire Rrpatrln,
SICIv AND LAME HORSES hlita Cam wf
and CL II KO ou the premises.
Stabling Provided for same if Required.
Xy The I'mlersigoed hopes by strict attention to busi
ness and low rales, to continue to enjoy a full share of public
patronage. mar5 81
BOOK AND JOB
No. 23 Merchant Street,
. Ackous!tbjed to Possess the Best Assort
. wieiil" of Book and
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Of any Other Offife in Ihe Sandwich Islands.
Well Adapted to the Superior Printing
POSTERS OF ANY-SIZE!
PLAIN OR FANCY COLORS
Tax Lists, Leases,
Bhop Dili', Circulars.
Concert Bills, Blank Notes.
Hoad Notices, Bills Lading,
School Reports, Prices Current
Ministerial Reports, Pamphlets, Books,
Tax Bills, Lectures, Bonds, Briefs.
Concert Tickets, Festival Tickets,
Steamboat Tickets. Excursion Tickets,
Deposit Checks, Shipping Kcceipls,
Insurance Policies, Certificates of Deposit,
Certificates of ftocV, Bills of Exchange
Tags o every style.
Apothecaries' Labels, Orders of Exercises,
Rewards of Merit, Letter Headings,
Dry Goods Tags. Note Headings,
Lecture Tickets, BaDk Notices
Bills ol Fare, Show Caril !
Win Ample Materials of Newest Styles
FAST PRESSES, AND GOOD WORKMEN,
lt nevevfail in giving satisfaction to our Patrons
N.0. .23 MERCHANT STREET
P. C. ADVERTISER CO.,
IntliiH aa lis isatriMiaa-v stats aa- ns a rsa
H. W. SEVERANCE,
HAWAII SI CO X . 11. AND COM M lIO
Mr.RtllNT, Slo California Street, Pan trsncisco,
California. lT Room No. 4. ol ly
o. r. com.
GEORGE F. COFFIN & CO.,
suimxu id cojniissioN miuiiunts.
o 13 Piae Street, I'nion Block,
riARTICI'I.AR ATTCXTIOX CIVKX T
L filling Hawaiian orders, and salisUctK. guaranteed.
JOHN HARVEY & CO..
CIOMM ISSION Ml RCII tNTS sa WOOL
Refernra llauk of M on I real.
jal7 81 Cash kdvaacea ou Cousignases't
A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding & CommissioQ Merchant
404 FRONT STKKET, CORN KK CLAY
Particular attention paid to Cnuaigumvnts of Island Prvlucs
Ji ;1 81
W. H. CKOSSMAN & BEO.,
ll I 1 1 1 I $T It Sill O O 111 1)1 1 SB H 1 O It
118 Chambers Mrrrl. KW YORK.
Reference Castle & Cooke and J. T. Waterhoun.
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Beale and Howard . Streets,
BAN FRANCISCO, CALIFCKNIa"
W. H. TAYLOR, ... President,
JOS. 31 00 BE, ... Superintendent,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS.
High fressnre or (omponnd.
STKAM VKSSKI.S .f all kinds, hnilt complete with
Hulls of Wood, Iron cr Compusiie.
ORDINARY K'C I SKS compounded srheo advisable.
STEAM I.AITXCIIES, Bsrces and fleim Tun con
strurteil with reference to the 'I rade Inrl k h they are to
be.ruiployrd. tteed, tonnafre and draft of water yuaran
MCAR MII.I-S AXI SVVAR MAKIXC
MACIIINKKV made after ti e most approved plans.
Also, all 1 iler Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER I'll'E.of Boiler or fr'heet Iron, or any sifk
made in suitahle leripths for connertins: tojrMl.er. or sheets
Koll. d, Punched, and Packed for Shipment, ready to Imi
riveted on the ground.
II VURA DLIC RIVF.TI 0. Boiler Work and Wa
ter Pipe made by this Establishment. Riveted by Hy
draulic Riveting; Machinery, that quality of work betna;
tar superior tu band work.
SHIP WO R K . Ship and Steam Cs'istaus, Steam Winch
es, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the Bl ap
PCM PS. Direct Acting Pumps. lor Irrigation or Cily Wa
ter Works purposes, built with th celebrated Davy Valve
Motion, superior to any other pump. d27 H0-ly
AGENTS for Wctrtbinton Puplez Etesm rump.
IRON TANKS !
a continuance cl the tame,
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