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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JULY 30. 1SSI.
WHOLE NO. 1313.
racine cumxkrcui a tv ektmkr cmpay.
Lj 0 111
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A ORE AT MAN.
That luao ix rrl. an. I bo atoiw.
Wbi r?n rtarM not biuoii.
rr n-thT Talr ir .tf ;
'ootnl t kar m ami W uuki-n.
Wkol ta btrua'lf.
Str'.Djt la Ibat man, ba only alrori;;.
To Whixtai wrlt-rirlffi will b Ion?.
Furarrvlcv an! Ultntl.
AH powrr that la th- lid f Wrn.
Aiut f rra he la, an. I Duly be.
Who. from bla tyraat pa"ion fr"-
Ey I'ortnna nn.Uiuajr.,
Ilath poKer npvo himwlf. to b
By bimaelf obeyed.
If au't a njaa there be. wbera'er
Beneath the aon aix! oxmn be fare.
Ha raaoot fare auiln.
Tlreal Xature.batb bliu u ber i are.
IJer ratuwta bia:
Who hoMt Ly verlaating law.
Wbl'h neither rhani-a nr haupe ran flaw;
Wboae ateafaet ennrve la nne.
With whatsoever f r'-- traw.
The arfea ou.
If ail h a man there te. where'er
Beneath the auo an.l dwcd be fare,
lie doth nut far alone.
U goeth gtrt with cohorts. owera,
Tha monarch of hla manful honra,
Vkiiw tulnd'ahl throne.
lie owea no homage to the aun;
There'a nnthlnkihc need aeek nr (bun:
All Ihlnga ara bl by rthl.
lie la hla owu xterlty;
Hi future lu Minaelf dtt 1. .
Ilia wml'a bU lll.t.
Lrii of a tufty line U be.
Lofuly living though he be
- Of lowly birth: though poor.
Ha lark not wealth, o- r blb itrn',
In atatfl ubarnre.
Tha merely ?reat axe. all o all.
No more than what the merely email
Fateeta theui. Man'e opinion
Neither conferred, nor aeca at all,
Thla man' dominion.
V. L. M'jiiioM
' titke Iciiuro ia j uttin on record tome
reminiscence" of ote uf the btrl Ilwaiians of hi.-i
duj. Major 3Iovhonua, no Jouht filH 8 j rorui
netit oicfi in man j a tuemorjr. lie was a man
uf nwble, and cumtuaoding prwtoce ; digniEvd
and cuurteoua ; faittiful to tin dutj, jet aCUble
b all who af jroacted him : lie wa indeed &
fentleman of a atjle and tjje that would have
been eminently acceptable in anj cietj in the
We are oof novr Tenturiog uio the biography
J tliia worthy Hawaiian ; but rucrelj recall a
few 4inU of intereat in bis career, eejciully
IB relation to bia patriotism, and bis fidelity to lii
amereign. 31jhoiiu was the truteJ Itiend ol
Eamebameha IV and V, of Lunalilj, and of I lis
Majesty wh. reini ; and we wi! to ajitlt es
pecially uf tome articular ol hi diliu to
During the etimnx tiut ( ti.e candidacy fur
the Throoe in 1374. Moehuni-a was the leader of
the rrtians of the Prince who won the election.
When the member of the Legislature arrived
Iron the different Uland, to t.ne fart in the
election of February 12th, Jbhonua dfJajeJ
ability as a leader and an organizer in brmgiog
members together, in holding conferences with
them; and in inspiring tboe vtbo bad come with
advene views, with rome of bis own appreciation
of, aoi devotion to bis candidate. The
skilful management, and zealous and faithful dis
cus ion of Moebooua bad no doubt a very large
influence in determining the succession. This
was recognized by the disappointed and angry
partisans on the day of election, after a successor,
not tbeir choice, was proclaimed from the steps
of the old Court House: (now Ilackfeld & Co's.
building.) The chief intensity of the angry pas
sion of that occasion was poured out on Major
Moebonua. As he was leaving the building,
proceeding as the chairman of a Committee to
wait upon the Kin elect, to announce his choice
by the Nobles of the Kingdom, and the Repres
entatives of the Hawaiian People, the mob of
disappointed partisans, and wo arc sorry to say
bis own countrymen, assailed him with a savage
fury. Tbey dragged him out of a carriage into
which he bad jut stepped; they leat him with
club improvised out of the legs of broken chairs
and tables, and evidently would have then clcscd
the career of the gnllant Major if resolute bands
bad not interpoeed in hi defence. At this juncture
C C. Harris Esq. who bad been endeavoring to
disauade the mob from further violence to various
members of the assembly that had been assaulted
now interposed bis courageous spir.t and resolute
strong arms in behalf of the prostrate and bleed
ing gentleman Harris pulled away infuriate
men, and fended off uplifted Mows And here it
u well to mention one peculiarity of this riot,
famous in Hawaiian annals, that the mob. howev
er furious, directed its araults exclusively against
offending native members, who had voted against
their choice, and made not the slightest demons
tration of attack against foreigners who had been
so conspicuous in promoting the canvas for the
successful candidate. In consequence of the
intervention of Harris, and other assistance,
Moehooua was rescued from the bands ol the
mob, and ultimately was carried to bis home, a
badly bruised and wounded man. At a late hour
on the night of the riot, when foreign troops
were statu ned at various poir.is in Honolulu, and
apprehension prevailed every where, and a pnrty
cl adherents ol the new King were a-fembled in
the Palace Grounds at Kinaa Hale to diacuss
events, and to provide for the King's security.
His Majesty ei pressed to one present, that bis
ol anziety was to know the condition of bis
' friend Moehonua. and to have bim brought, if
poawible to move bim, to the Palace at once. The
party appealed to, proceeded at once, then nearly
midnight, to procure a earria-e, and drove to the
hoaaw of Moebonua. The wounded man was on
hi bed; he was very feeble; be had bled prof uvly
frutu several wound., especially from a lare gasli
on the bead, which Dr. McGrew was then eng-
aged in sewing up. The meaeage of the King
was communicated to the weak and prostrate
hero. He roused up at the word ; bis face was
olased with joj to be assured .of the kind and
anzioua remembrance of bis Chief. Hut he gently
declined bavinj anything done for bim: said
h : I am so near dead, tbat I d not appre
hend that the bitterest of my enemies, will come
no molest me; or strive to take what little hie is
left. But there are two members of the assembly
biding in my house, I am only anxious for their
mktji get them away to a more secure place;
. . . . r i, r . k U";n Ami toll m T
S 1 rr : - .- f l k ,;, f . k-inrt thought for
. k.iuir. iimi a luuua wiu v mm - - r
I f i me, tbat I ara bappy to die now, knowmg be is
M w-11. and chosen to bis rightful place." He was
1 J urged to allow friends to remove bim to the
Palace; but the opinion of the doctor correspond
ed with bis own decision not to be disturbed; and
the messenger returned with the two secreted
Members, win were securely I odgel at the Ha
Moehonua lived to be successively chamberlain
at the Palace, a Minister of the Crown, a Noble,
and Governor of the island of Maui; and it is in
reference to this latter position that we record
one interesting reminiscence.
The eighteenth day of January, ls73, the
centennial anniversary of Ibe discovery of this
Archipelag by Capt. Cook was approaching.
The subject was discussed with Governor Moe
bonua at Lahaioa, a few days before the centen
nial day. He remarked: "It is strange that
the Government baa not moved in this matter,
or given any indications of any recognition of
the day. It is certainly a most important day
to notice. Lono, (Capt. Cook) he alone made us
known to the civilized world. Good and evil
came with him, and good and evil will continue
here and elsewhere for ever ; but for all that the
coming ol Lono was a great event in tbc history
of our inlands, and should be commemorated.
Let us commemorate it in Lahaioa, whatever
they may do, or not do in Honolulu. Lahaina
will do its duty in this matter." And the Gov
ernor subscribed a liberal sum ; a procession and
feast were provided for ; and the worthy Gover
nor delivered a noble speech on the occasion,
before an assembled multitude in Wainee Cbureb.
This speech is on rerord, and we will not repeat
it now; only mention these points in the enlight
ened Governor's discourse. Lono (Capt.
Cook) is charged with bringing much evil here;
but he introduced us to the world. It is good to
lxk back, and review our history for one hun
dred years. At tbe beginning ol the century
wa a Warrior with plenty of fellow warriors for
slaughter ; at the close of the century we have a
Statesman whose aim is to increase bis nation.
The Warrior was the friend of good white men,
seeking their counsel aud assistance : so is now
our .Statesman. Let us strengthen our King and
bold up bis bands; so tbat be may, with tbe
help of great, friendly foreign states, begin the
new century of Hawaii with an increase of tbe
nation, and with a better assurance of the per
manence of the independence of the Hawaiian
In the month of July, 1873, our hero, sitting
as a Noble in tbe Legislative Assembly, was sick
unto death. His limbs became swollen with
dropsy, and be could not keep bis seat in the
Assembly. There was an occasion of a severe
contest between a Ministry and an opposition.
The parties seemed equally divided, perhaps at
a certain 'time inclining to a preponderance in
favor of the opposition. A decisive debate and
vole were to take place on a certain day. Tbe
.iin;stry anxious to maintain their position, had
despatched a steamer to bring an absent minis
terial noble ; and the brave Moebonua lying
helpless on bis sick bed, was thought of in tbe
anxiety of the occasion. He was persuaded, tbat
he would serve his King and country by voting
on the occasion, and be consented to be carried to
the Assembly, and placed in an easy chair provi
ded for bim ; and with the profound esteem and
affection of all members present, of those be
voted against, as well as those he voted with,
the noble Moebonua, then in a dying state,
appeared in the Hawaiian Legislative Assembly
uf 1873 like the great Pitt in the Parliament
of Kngland coming forward in his last moments,
nod saying by bis action, if not by bis words
(), my conntry" he recorded a vote, and was
carried home and died.
A great and noble Hawaiian then parsed away.
Suc'i men as Moehonua, wherever found,
would redeem their country. We trust tbey
arc t be found here and that many Hawaiians
touched by the spirit of a great and good man,
will strive lor their King and their country, with
faithful I earls, like Moebonua.
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
CUM KI,bIR A
r L. AW
NO. 13. K i t
IIKKIII INT TAILOR. 38 FORT ST.
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IM IMIKTKK. WHOLESALE AND KETaiL
DeaW in U-rorral Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Naaa
H1 .street ja3 bl
St RVKYOR. WAIMEA. HAWAII.
N B hurveya of importance on other I alanda attended
to. 3 tJl tf
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
A l ( THINKKR, Khala, Hwerall. Sale
.- of Krai K4iate, Cowla and Property of erery description
ait-bJni t. CoaimUsions moderate. mj7 ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IM I'OltTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
era In Clothing. Boots. bboes, flats. Men's Furnishing aDd
Panry l.kl.. (Janl 81) No. II Kaahamana St.. Honolulu
E. H. THAOEER,
o xx. list.
EST X I. OFFICE. KM 1-3 Frt Street.
uei d or shore Dickson's Photograph Uallery. jal bl
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
TO TAKE ACKXOWLEOC
t mrnii to Contracta lor Labor
mtracte lor Labor.
Interior Office, Honolulu. Jaal SI
H. E. McLNTYRE & BROTHER,
(4KOCKKV AND FEED STORE.
Corner of King and Fort tttreets.
janl SI Honolulu. 11. I.
I cs patent.
wm. o. last.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
jnlil HONOLCLC, II. I.
CHULAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF AND D E A LE RS IX
of all Jeecriptiooe. and ia all kinds of Dry Goods. Also.eon
staotly oa hand, a aaperior quality of Hawaiian Bice.
Jal Naaana Street, Hooolala. (1
A. W. BUSH,
(IHIII'KK 4M PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and Feed store,
r OrJera entrusted to me from the other lalaada will be
.r jinj.Hy attended to. &2 Fort Street, Honolulu. (jl SI
" Q. W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
I MPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. rublnson's Fire-proof Building, Queeo St., Honolulu, II. I
Tbe Paoloa Sheep Ranch Company.
The siprocer Plantation. Hilo,
The Waikapa Plantation,
llo'lo Hurar Mill.
Mirrl-"-. Tail A: Waieoo'a Safar Machinery.
John Hay A Co's Liverpool and London Packets,
i.utj The i;af j anl Honolulu Line of Packets. (Si
E. COOK WEBB, M. D.,
II o zxa. e too t 2a. lsit.
1ATE CHIEF OF STAFF HOMEfflPA
A TII1C HOSPITAL. Ward's Island. N. V. Office. CO
nrt street. Hpecial atteniivm to diseases of women and chil-
Tr 0ce IIra Cotil 10 A. !.. 3 to 4 P M.
jal SI qr
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
AND COUNSELLOR AT
Special attention piJ to the negotiating of
Loans, Conveyancing and all Baiter appertaining to Keal
NOTARY PL'BLIC aaa1
roramloBrr sf Deed far the States sf ew Ysrk
OFFICKi No. 9 Kaahamana El
oaoLCxe, a. t.
A TTORNEV AT LAW . NO. 32 MEKCUANT
A IsTRKET. CORNER OF FORT STREET.
Honolulu. February 24th. 1341.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. j in 1 SI ly
JOHN S. McGREW, M. DM
LATH MTJIIO Ivors' TJ. AHIY,
Can be consulted at hi Residence on Hotel street,
between AUkea and Fort streets. Janl SI
BROWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINE.-4 AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
9 MerchantStreet, IJml 81 Honolulu, II. I.
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Will attend the Terms of Courts on the other Islands.
Money to lend on Mortgages of Freeholds. TT OFFICE, No.
23 Merchant Street, 2 doors from Dr. StaDgenwald's.
my 15 80
JOHiN W. ZALUA,
4TTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
Agent lo take acknowledgments of instrumenta for the
Iilaud of Maui. Also Agent to take acknowledgments for
Labor Contracta for the District of Wailuku. janl 81 ly
c. M. COOKB
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Successors to Lkwers Jc Dickso.vj
EA LERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
au? Materials. Fort Street. 81
LAW AGENT & CONVEYANCER,
V. O O O t-X XX t fX XX X
At W. C. Jones' Law Offl-e, over Allen & Robinson's,
Queen Street, Honolulu, . HI. myl4 3m
AGENT TO TAKE At'KMI W LEDGM E NTS
to Contracta for Labor in the District of Kona, Island of
Oabu. at the OSce of the Ilonolu.u Water Works, foot ol
Nnuanu Sireet. Jal 81 ly
WONG LEONG & CO.
Corner ( Nassau and Marine Streets,
Honolulu. II. 1. Dealera in Dry Goods, Clothing, Hoots
and boea. Hats and Cape, Fancy Goods, etc. Have also
constantly on hand, Hawaiian Kicein quantities to suit. Also
China Choice Tea, China Seine Twine, China Silk Handker
chiefs and Sashes, etc.
Oirner of Moanvi Sujar Plantation. Mulokai
A nets Is--Kailua Rice Plantation, Ksopa Hire riantation.
and t'alama Rice Plantation.
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLESALE DE.tl.EliS IN
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS,
HONOLUI.T-. H. I.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
VG EXT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENT Tl
LABOR CoNl RACrS and
General Business Agent.
office In Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaahumanu
Streets. Honolulu. janl-81 ly
H. . WBITSKT. J. W. ROBKHTSe.
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
Successors to II. M. Whitnt y.)
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING
eStalioners. News Dealers, Publ .hers, and Book b:nders.
Nut. ly and 21 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I. ja 51 ljlS
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
'M PORTERS AND
L RETAIL DEALERSXN
a.- l - . . L
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sta
A TTORNEV AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
A NOTARY Pl'BLIC and igrnt for taking Acknowledg
ments of Instruments for the Island of Oahu.
No. S Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, II. I. fe2 80
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
INO, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry. Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. IT Benkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on hand.
N. E. CoRxaa or Fort sso Mkrohast Ptrkkts. janl 81
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
REAL ESTATE BROKER. AND EM
PLOV.M EXT BUREAU. HONOLULU. H. I
Rents Rooms, Cotttges. Houses, and selU and leases Real
Estate in all parts of the Kingdom. EM PLOV.M t NT found
fur those seeking work In all the various branches of business
connected with these Islands.
g-T LEGAL Documents drawn. Bills Collated. Books
and Accounts kept, and General office work transacted.
Patronage rtalirited. Commissions Moderate. ap9 81. ly.
W. C. AKANA,
Chmeso and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
AO 4S KING STREET. HO NOLI' LU.
Tranala:ions of either of the atove languages made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, my21 ly
. C. ALLtX.
Jf. P. ROSIS.40S.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
tT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paicts, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
SGEXTS FOR SCBOOSKR
(ai Honolulo, Hawaiian Islands.
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO.
lias eetablished himself at SS KINGS 1.. cpp.itir M
Rose's Carriage Factory.
FINK WATCH AV0RK
A SPECIALTY, and av.i.f.tction puirao:e?d . A 2, '51 1)
M It S . W I LKIXSO X
YT,t'-'''" KESPECTFULLV CALL THE
TV attention of the Ladies rf Honolulu and of the other
IslanJs lo tbe above announcement, and she will carry on tbe
MILLINERY & DRESSMAKING
Business in all its details. Mrs. W. w. uld also state that she
has aecurel tbe services of
A Milliner of TASTE and EXPERIENCE, who will have
this branch of tl.e '-uitis9 ucd-r her linnied.ate su-rvision.
Takes pleasure ia ann uncing thit she ia n-w o;euing a large
Dress Silks, Satins, Flowers, Feathers,
Ordered from Europe and Han Francisco by Mrs Griffin, and
selected wiih apecial reference to the requirements of he
ladies ol this city and group.
M RS. W. hopes by strict attention lo the wants of her
patrons, moderate terms, and furnishing only first-class arti
cles in her line, lo merit a share of the public patronage
Fort Sirert, Honolulu. -jtn
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOGRAPHER A DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Pictnre Frames, Mats anfTVelvet Cases.
Corner of King and Fort St-j Honolulu. Jan 1 S
W. E. FOSTER,
feye SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER,
J Fort street, next door to T. Lack,
a Harney and Saddles Constantly oh Hard,
tt- Urders from the other Islands, promptly attended to. XI
(Successor to P. Dalton)
rsTo. 92 ISliug street.
SADDLE Si H ARNESS MAKER and Im
porter of LEATHER and SADDLER'S HARDWARE.
All work done in my establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I will use my best endeavors please my
customers. HjT Give me a call. f6 '81 ly
S. M. WHITMAN,
s,A Ring Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing & Carriage Work
E. B. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
1ARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Setting Steam Boilers. Furnaces. Baker's Oven and
Ranges, and all kinds of Heating Apparatus. A lao, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terras.
Addresstbrough the Post Office J 1 81
No. S3 Fort St., opposite E. O. Hall k Son. Honolulu,
rfjq WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY
TfVS and FINE MACHINERY carefully re
el -ft paired In a workmanlike manner.
i'lsTT jt- Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. jal 81
THOS. 13. WAtXvER.,
Contractor and Builder,
A PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID
j to the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, Furnaces,
Ovens and Ranges, Brick" or Stone Chimneys, any
J height; Composition Monuments and Head stones,
marble or grange. JT- SatiHfactory References given when
required. Address P O. jan 1 81
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Oil l,lijl0 Wo 1 lr, Scc.
au 1 Hi ip on King street, next to Castle A Cooke. 81
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 6 NCUANU STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Slim Irn & Copperware I
Kkkp Constantly oa Uamd
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
Calvanlzrtl Iron and Lead Pipt,
j tl 81 India Knbbrr Hose, t., kt.
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
21111- WORK. BRIDGE. HOUSE. AND
!S Heavy Waeon Work. Moulding Bills, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Gonsesecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axlea made for the trade un reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fittings, a speciality.
All Order Promptly Attended to and
i r Shop on the Esplanade, in the rar of Mr. Geo. Lucas
Planing Mill. jal 81
J. H. HANLON
TIas removed into his new premises at
THE FOOT OF ALAKEA STREET,
ami is now prep3red to do all kinds ol
" GIVEN TO
Horse Shoe-Ins, and Carriage Brpalrlnr,
SICK AND LAME HORSES lilies. Cave of
and CURED on the premises.
Stabling Provided for same if Required.
XT The Undersignedhopes by strict attention to busi
ness and low rales, to continue to enjoy a full share of public
patronage. max 5 81
. W. IIOPP,
NO. IS KING STREET.
Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer
IT1 r e ii c li Polisher.
Fixiiiitiiie or all Kinds
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Window Cornices and Curtains
FURNISHED TO ORDER.
Houses Entirely Furnished
In a Complete and Satisfactory Manner,
At Moderate Rates.
GrIV":E ME CALL.
TT Ord-ra from the other Inlands for Furniture, Bedding or
Milting attended to wiih promptness. no27 '80 ly
NO. 40 FORT STREET,
will attend to all orders in the
LOCK. GO X CKEK1I. REPAIR L1E
ne will give special attention to cleiJ-if -pairing and reg
olatiuebewmg Machines, and all other k ds Light Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, B:acbaallllns,
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR tALK CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cons. Pistols, Shot. Amrasnltlon,
.MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ate.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
U Best Machine Twist. XX
SOLI AOIXT 19 THIS C! SO DO II FOB
The Florence Sowing Machine, from t0 to $80.
W hite Sewing Machine, from $45 to $75.
Home Shuttle iewiog Machine. $18 to $35.
Including all extras. Jal 81
IMPORTER and JOBBER
STAPLE and FACY GOODS, CL0TDIG, BOOTS.
SUOES, tt. .
At Great Eastern Store, 6! Fort Street,
HONOLULU. mat 6'81 U
BRICK and STONE WORK
Done on reasonable terms.
Address ft Emma Square, or throngh the Poat Office,
gO FORT STREET.
Importer and. Dealer in
Gents', Ladies' & Children's Shoes,
A GREAT VARIETY OF
Roots Shoes & Slippers,
Ladies1 White Kid Button Boots.
Jan I 81
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
No. 50 King Street, opposite Station Mouse.
BLACKSMITHING or all kinds done to order with
HORSESHOEING a SPECIALTY, and all work done
warranted to give satisfaction, and I guarantee to stop
over-reaching and interfering horses, or no charges made.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING done at SHORT NO
TICE, and at
BED ROCK PRICES
nr o i g a. & xx .
janl 81 GIVE ME A CALL. .
N. F. BUEGESS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
SHOP, COR. KING AND 'tBETHEL 8TS.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF
Buildings, when required Offices and Stores fitted up
ia the latest Eastern Styles.
REPAIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Done lo the best possible manner, and at reasonable rates.
GARDEN ORNAMENTS of all kinds made toorder. Saws
filed and let.
N. B. Personal attention will be given lo the moving of a'l
kinds of buildings Having had experience in the Eastern
States, I feel confident 1 can give satisfaction to the most fas
tidious. ET Orders left at my shop or resideuce will receive prompt
attienton. Beat of references given.
Residence, 218 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Orders from the other islands solicited.
Gunsmith and Machinist !
No. 7 3 Kii g Hire-1, Honolulu, II. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
am. el for Sale,
AtlKlNDS OF HRE-EBMS
. SUCH A3
SS, BIIEEfll k m
Or All Kinds and Makers.
FOR SP0RTIXG Pl'RPOSES.
All Kinds of Machinist Work
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED.
H3- Ordera from the Other Iilands will meet with Prom ft
riIIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM
m. hia Customers and the public generally that
HE IlVSS RE3IOVED
Ilia Business to the
SHOPS ON QUEEN STREET,
Adjoining II. II ACEFELD h CO.. where he is
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts,
Also, lo attend to
I SHALL ALSO KEEP A
Full and Complete Stock
Paints, Varnishes, Refined Bar Iron,
Norway and Swede Iron, Horse-shoes,
Cumberland Coal, Oak, Ash and Hickory Plaaks,
White Wood, dec, A-c.
Which I am Offering
BED ROCK PRICES
Jill Orders Filled xcith Promptness and Dispatch.
Thanking the public for past patronage. I hope BY A CON
STANT ENDEAVOR TO SATISFY MY PATRONS, to merit
a continuance of the same,
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND F.DINIIC KGIII. ,
CAPITA L 12.000.000
Arruniulnlril nrd luvr.lrcl Fund. I.O07.2I8
Risks taken in any part of the Islands on Utoxi akdAVih'd
:x lluildinss, and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses
,nd Furniture. Timber, Coals, Ships in harbor with or without
arfcoes r mnir repair.
jin 1 SI
til, UJiraULAAUAA & V t .
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
of new zealand,
capital. : : : 10,000.000.
HAVING ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned
are prepared to accept risks against Ore in dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, on favorable terma. Marine risks
on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and commissions.
Lane, promptly adjusted anal payable here.
Jan 181 J. 8. WALKER.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL I O.OOO.OOO.
FIRE INSURANCE of all descriptions will be
efleeted at Moderate Bute of Premium, by the nndersigned.
J. P. WALKER,
Ap. 2, '81, lyr. Agent for the Hawaiian la'ands.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
BUILDINGS, MERCHANDISE, FI RM
lure and Machinery insured against Fire oa the most
.A.. .TA.X2G.EIl. Agent f r the Hawaiiun Islands
SWISS LLtlYD MARINE INS., CO.
OF W I NT E RT 11 11 R.
'HIE UNDERSIGNED ARE AUTHORIZED
1. TO INSURE
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD
COASTERS. BY SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the mast Favorable Terms.
J. S. WALKER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
jan 1 81
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkeys.
S1AO STREET. HOUOLULU. janl 81
G-. WALLER, Proprietor,
HOTEL k UyiOX STREETS.
C-iHOICE MEATS FROM THE FINEST
Herds. Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c. furnished to
Order. Shipping supplied ou short notice. jan 1 81
WAILUKU P0I FACTORY,
BEST QUALITY OF PA I A I MANUFACTURED
constantly. All orders filled with dispatch.
K. H. BAII.EY,
jan 1 SI Wailuku, Maui.
MANUFACTORY and BAKERY,
Prattiral Cuiifei Honer, Paltry Cook and linker,
No. 7 5 Hotel street, between Nuu inu and Fort
jtn 1 89
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS.
I-l-o, 1 1 onolitlti.
fl'he Business of lh- above concern hating
1 been transferred to
T. W. R A. W Tj 1 1ST S ,
He hereby givi-s notice that the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. SOFT SOAP always on hand.
Will buy beef, mutton and soap grease, and solicits
conaignoR'nl ol the same from the other
jalO Islands. 81
Of the purest imported strains, and of all ag s,
,g2g. WOtt SALE,
Boxed and delivered to stmr or srhr.
At Moderate 33rices.
Persons wishing to start with the Btst Stork or to
Improve what tliey now liaTf, ran bay
in pairs not akin.
UG 80 Address, A. HERBERT, Hawaiian Hotel.
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor,
CORXER FORT A HOTEL ,S'7X,
And others wibhiug Saddle Hurst., (for Ladies or Gentlemen )
Carriage Horses, t-ingle or Double Teams, Ac., can be furnish
ed with the same at any hour of the day oi night.
JUST RECEIVED n large and roomy
FOUR HOUSE PLEASURE WAfiOJ,
Capable of comfortably accommodating pleasure parties wish
ing to visit the I'nIJ. Wnikiki, Knpnlsmn, or
other points ct interest on the Island. Competent Drivers
furnished when desired.
Particular care and attention given to the boarding of horses
by the day, week or month.
No overcrowding, as my Stable has capacity for comfortably
stabling fifty horses.
Reasonable Rates and Saiiafaclion Guaranteed in all trans
actions with me.
Grive :e a, Call !
HARRISON & PEDDLER,
RICK AND STONE MASONS AND COX.
TRACT0K3 AND BUILDERS,
King Slreet, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention given to setting Rngea, Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Chimnies, Foundations
and Cinema built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish the public lo
understand that all work done by us is guaranteed lo give
satisfaction. jan 1 61
IRON TANKS !
EX HIGHFLYER. NEARLY NEW, AND
IN GOOD ORDER. FOR SALE BY
janl tf 81 JAMES I. DOW8ETT.
Contractor and Builder
?S tea m
)y PI a ni n n
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manul.rlures all kinds ol
Mouldlags, Bratkrts, Wladow rraart,8aiBCtlDtri
Blladi and all kinds f Wood-ark lalta.
TUJtXIXO AND SCROLL SAW1NQ
All kind of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tcnoniag.
IMhms, SprrlAratloMs. Deiallesl Drawlafl
aad rallHsaira raralafeie-al apoa Application,
OKDEHS rKOMI'TLY ATTENDED,
and Work tJuaranlsed.
Ordera from the other I .lands solicited.
W 81 ly
C0NC1IEE & ACHAT, PR0PRIET0E8,
NO 84, HOTKL HTREF.T, HONOLULU.
15 est Kept
I IV Til It. CITY.
Meals served at all Honrs and no Fains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Tablt
Supplied with the Best the Market
Table Board $4 to $5 per Week.
AST O R HOUS
eg? trri r
Noa. 70 and 78 Hotel glreeta,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient I
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT A I.I. II OU UN.
HKMiYJ HART, (jal 81) K.t LIB A. B A IT.
INT H3 XrVT
mum house l restaurant,
( siurr Nlnimii aaa Klag Slrrrlw.
HOP YICK & CO., Proprietors,
Oil THE p M !
21 Tickets Given for Amount of One
FlrM-tUx Board - 1.00 Per VTtck
rrend-llasx Board - 4.00 "
17 The Tablea will alwaya l supplied with the beat the
Market afford.. tebt 11
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Rooms with Board Two Dollars and a Ilalf per day
Rooms with Board Three Dollars per day
Rooms wilbout Board One Dollar per day and upward
Cottage In Connrttlon with the Ilatel at Spfflai
JOHN M. LAW LOR i CO..
jan 1 61
W. G. BORDEN,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCOT
LADIES AND GENTS IIOSIKKT,
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
Ladles, tents' k Cblldre Boatg k Shan,
GROCERIES AND CANNED QOODB,
Hardware Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes Yankee Notion, "
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
30, 32, AND 34 FRONT STREET.
myla o ly m
ESTABLISHED 1853. CHOICEST WIS
l ALK.d 4 Limousin tha Market, AT CASH FftiCAA
jan 1 1
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