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PACIFIC COkf XEKCIAL ADVEariSEtt COMPANV.
VOL. XXVI--NO. 9.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, AUGUST 27, 1S81.
WHOLE NO. 1317.
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In tho supplement of tlie P. C. Ai)VEHTirR
of April 23rd we j.ublihd the following sonnet
oq.J accompaojing remarks ; anj haf iog received
ome sJditioo&l poetic line from the rojal party,
we take pleasure la presenting them, along with
tb sonnet, f jr the perusal of our readers :
' Among the incidents of the joaraej ol His
M.ijeetj, when at sea on board the Oceanic, and
ailing acrsss the meridian of Honolulu, but a
few degres to the northward of this Archipelago;
conversation ol the rojal party and travelling
friends turned upon the home feeling that pprung
op io Hawaiian hearts, jearning for their own
loved shores, when thus passing them bj, as it
were. And I lis Majesty touched with remini
scence of his Kingdom, bis people and his Queen,
especially the Utter, gave such a tender expres
sion to bis home and domestic feeling, that a
little poetic inspiration, there and then present,
shaped the faithful, royal emotion into the follow
ing line. We accept them, not only as a wait
f emotion from the King on the high sen, to His
Queen, but abo to all His People."
KALAK.VC. To KAPIOLAM
( Tf iil'tft King to Hit Qurn.)
WBtrri! oj lotto tur. octASir. rt. 16, 1.481.
th tii'llan of Ilooolnln. It 1st. IT : long. TT. ?Xt',
To etrb a gLi.upn of ynti!r hor.
My rt ejrn I trin.
Aut pty that I wm tbtr oa mrr '
It me not rray in vln !
Tb nrf. ltllrj- rrrt dijiplay.
Oa that far itbore, I livvr
Vbra back, I make my homwrl wtf.
No mure 111 care to rove.
Dear waiting oo, I think ot th.
The maile rmnil tbjr nerk t
. HI me. wild id.1 anjjry
How Iook you'll holJ me back ?
Since, then 1 cannot tumt you now .
Dlvl-ied by the main.
Let me tell yoa fondly bow,
I hope weii ,u,et atala.
A ! tike thine. o leal and trn.
My de-rioaa way will Knarl;
An.1 when the rooaded world I view.
Thy tor la my reward.
King Kalakana's Baast-
O'er land and aea I've made my way
To farthest Ind. and great Cathay t
Reached Africa aborea. and Europe ' atran-l :
And met the mighty of every land.
And aa I stood by rarb aorrreln'a oitle.
Who ruled bia realm with a ryal pnde.
1 flt bow amall my sway, and wrak:
My throne bailed on mere volranic eak.
Where milUona do these King obey.
Soma thonaanda only own my away.
And yet I feel that I may hoaet,
fl.nje food witbia my sea-boanil coat.
Eiifber than thnaa of my Blander peer.
That I within my realm need have no fear:
May mingle with my people without dread :
No danger fear for my unguarded heel.
And beaut a treasure, aent me from at"v
Tbat I have Indeed, my peple'a love.
Signor Iloti, Italian Consul for Egypt, on re
turning home to Naples, made the following
speech, addressing King Kalakaua in the presence
of a distinguished company of Italians:
Siat: We gladly welcome yoa to our Father
land. We Italians highly appreciate the spirit
which animates Your Majesty, tu visit trie great
nations ol the world. We are investigators,
seekinz knowledge everywhere and devoted to lib
erty; and Sire, we feel a great admiration for a King
who goes from land to land, seeking information
for the beat welfare of his people and wba sets
before bis the preeminent task, of not-only pro
viding for those coder bis sway; but in offering
borne, liberty and happiness within his realm, to
people of rdher lands. M.iet welcome Sire, to
Among the sights which interested the royal
party during their stay at Moulmcin was that of
the elephants at work. The sagacity and intelli
gence of the cljba used by the Burmese is
wonderful. At Moulmein the; 9re trained to
transport the heavy logs of teak wood from the
beach to tbe saw-mills. Tbey follow one another
to the beach in Indian file," marching with
that quiet steady step which appears so slow, but
which is really quick enough to oblige tbe man
who would keep pace with it to run. Tbe first
of the file, on arriving at the beacb, will pick up
a log, shifting his trunk from point to point till
be has got it fairly balanced, and then, resting
tbe log between trunk and tusks.will carry it off to
the mill shed. Here the logs are piled ready for
the mill by the elephants themselves without the
assistance of their keepers or of any other work
men ; and these sagacious animals are so expert
that should a log not drop into its proper place
at once they will not leave it until it bas been
adjosted. Tbey will even assist one another.
If, when putting it on the pile, an elephant
appears to lose the balance of bis log, add there
ia a risk of its falling, or not settling properly
into position, another elephant tanding by will
notice tbe difficulty, and render assistance to bis
comrade at once.
The King observed during bis stay at Calcutta,
some incidents in the employment and condition
of Hindoo women, which presented a striking
contrast to tbe condition and occupation of the
women of his Kingdom. Wbile staying at t lie
Great Eastern Hotel and looking out from a win
dow. Ilia Majesty observed the work of bricklay
ers in tbe crectioo of a buiMm; women were
tbe bod carriers, who supplied the men laving the
wall, with brick and mortar. These female toil
era were partly nude, being only protected by a
strip wound around their loins like the Hawaiian
pa-o. Each woman bad a pad on her head, and
on this sLe poised tbe box or basket filled with
material, and then ascended a lofty ladder with
small bare feet. And thus these women of an
overcrowded population perform drudgeries not
to be thought of where women are fev'er. and in
greater demand. Yet this exposure and toil does i
not defeat the great object of a woman's life, to
be a mother, and to rear a family; because it was
ascertained that many of tbee were tbe moth
ers of large families of childr-n, whom they sup-
Ilied with food from their earnings of from 8 to
2 annas, or 24 to 36 cents per day. It is, how
ever, to be regretted that any women should be
subject to such exposure and rude toil, and if it is
one of the results of an overcrowded population
straggling for subsistence, then surely tbe rulers
fid admipf rators of such a country, who may
be animal by philanthropy and a wwe political
economy will be glad of an opportunity to reduce
population, thus degraded in tbe employment of
their worn e: j .and afford a portion an opportunity t
seek a genial land like the Hawaiian Archipelago
where women are needed for the nobler duties of
miteraitj and the rearing of children.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER &
f M PORTERS AN l COMUSSIII
Corner ol fort and Merchant Streets. jin I SI I J
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WIIOLESALK DE.l I
er in Clothinr, Boots, Bhoea, Hats, Men's Garnishing and
fancy Goods, (jaal 81) No. 11 Kaabamaaa 8t.. Ilonolalo
h;e. mcintyre & brother,
GROCERY A NO FEED STORE,
Corner of King and Fort streets,
janl 81 Honolulu, II. I.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
T.A.TT2 HUIIGEON TJ. M. AR31Y,
Can be consulted at his Resilience on IIot?l street,
between Alakea and Fort streets. janl 81
cLaca irascfaLS an. o. iaa-i.1
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
janl 81 HONOLULU, II. I.
CHULAN & CO.,
I.M PORT ERS OP A NO O E A I.KRS IN
of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Ooodt. Also.con
atantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
Janl Noaano Street, Honolulu. 81
A. W. BUSH,
CER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Urocery and Feed 8 lore,
XT Orders entrusted to me from the other islands will ?
promptly at'ended to. 52 Fort Street. Honolulu. Janl 31
LEWERS k COOKE,
(Successors to Lawsas s Die -in)
E LERX IN CUMBER AND B I I LI) I NO
Materials. Fort Street.
IMPORTER, WHOLESALE AND RET .all.
Dealer ia Qeneral Merchandise
Fire-proof Store, Nuua
BROWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINEd AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
9 MerchattSireet, IJanl 81) Honolulu, H. I.
SURVEYOR. WAIMEA. HAWAII.
N B. Surveys of importance oo other Islands attended
ja3 bl tf
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
AUCTIONEER. Ksbala, Hawaii. Sale,
of Keal Kstate, Uoods and Property of erery description
a:t-ndl to. Commissions moderate. myl ly
IERCIIA.NT TAILOR. 38 FORT
Honolulu, II. I.
A GENT TO TARE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
av to Cantracta for lbor in Ibe District of Kona, Inland of
Oaha. at the OBce of tho
Works, foot -!
jal 81 ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGE
l men! a to Cootracta lor Labor.
Interior Offlce, Honolulu.
TTORNEV AT LAW. NO. 32 MERCHANT
STRF.CT, CORNER OF FORT STREET.
Honolulu. February 24th. 1SS1. Ie28 ly
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
:llor a r law.
NO. 13. K A A-
TTO R N E r AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
NOTARY PUBLIC and Agent fortakinr AckaowleU
menta of Instntn tents for the Island of Oaha.
No. 8 Kaahumana Street, Honolulu, II. I.
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
ATTORNEY A ND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Will attend the Terms of Courts on the other Islands.
Money to lend on Mortjagrs of Freeholds. XT OFFICE. No.
23 Merrhant Street, 2 door from Dr. Stangenw aid's.
my li SO
xeol lo take ackooalederaents of instruments for the
Itland of Maui. Also Agent to take acknowledgments for
Labor Cou tracts for the district of Walluka. janl 81 ly
LAW AGENT & CONVEYANCER,
A. O C5 O XX XX t V XX t
S 1 1 n'eyors' ID raugli t s man ,"
At W. C. Jones' Law Office, over Allen & Robinson's,
Queen Street, Honolulu, . III. my 14 3m
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING. Hoots, Shoes, -Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Oeot's Superior
Furnishing Uoods. XT Senkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on band.
N. E. Coasaa or Foar ako MaaCBaar SraasTS. janl 81
WONG LEONQ k CO.
r stsitf .Msriss ireei-.
ilooolula. H. I. Dealers ia Iry Uoods, Clothinfr. ILjut-
and Hhoes, Hals and Caps, Fancy Ooods, etc. Hare also
constantly oo hand, Hawaiian Hire in quantities to suit. A No
China Chok-e Ten, China Seine Twine, China Silk UsmUer.
chiefs and gaahea. etc.
Oie iters of Jy?nvi S'l'j'ir Plantation. Mulokui
A (esilaKaila Rice Plantation, Kaopa Rice Plantation,
and i'aUma Rice Plantation. jalO 1
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
UKAL ESTATE BROKER. AND
PI.O Y ME.VT BL'REA I'. IIONOLl'LL".
Rents ltm. Cottijes. Iluses, and sells and leae Real
KlMte in all parta ol the Kiofdom. EM PI.OVM KNT found
for those seekinx work in all the Tarious branches of business
connected with ihee Islands.
g LEGAL Documents drawn. Bills Collected. Books
ail Accounts kept, and General office work transacted.
Psrronafe rklici:cj. Commissions Moderate. ap9 61.Iy.
Q. W. MACFAELANE k Co.,
I MPORTERS AND
COMMISSION M E K
RoKicsoo's fire-proof Building, Queen St
, Honolulu, II I
The I'uoloa Sheep Ranch Company,
The fpencer Plantation. Ililo,
The Waikapa Plantation,
Huelo Haear Mill.
M irrl--s. Tait Watson's ttu(ar Machinery.
John hay Jc Co's Liverpool and London Pac
j ml The Ula"jow and Honolulu Line f Packets.
W. C. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
0 4 8 KING STREET, HONOLl LI.
Translations of either of the above languages made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, my21aly
s. r. sLLts.
a. p. aos;sao.
ALLEN & E0BINS0N,
A T ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
r LI" M H fc K and all kinds of BClLblNQ MATLKIALM
Pair.ts.OiU, Nails, Ac-, Ac.
sosrrs roa acaooiaa
icJ Bcnclala, BawsUan Islasds.
iusintss a. arcs.
H. THACHER. ':
va. x- s o
xx -M-f outlat.
DENT A I- orFICE. IOI 1-2 Fort Street,
next d -or aSare li'.-kton's ftntcgraph Oaliery. jalsl
E. COOK WEBB, M. D.,
Z.T o xxx o oo p a t li 1 n t ,
LATK C HIEF OF ST IFF HOMEOPA
THIC HOSPITAL, Ward's Island, N. Y. Office. tW
Fort street. Se:Liil attention Io diseases of nomro and chil
dren. IT Office tloura -Until 10 A. St.. 2 to 4 P il.
jl gi qr
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS,
HONOLULU. H. I. J911y
CHAS. T. GULICK, .
WOT AH. Y PUBLIC,
A CENT TO TAKE ACKNOWI.KIJOMKNTS TO
il LAB Jll CONTRACTS and
General business Agent.
Office in Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaahumanu
Streets. Honolulu. janl-81 ly
8. C. WBITNET.
J a. ROBKHTSON.
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
l Successors to II. M. Whitney.)
1M PO RT I N CJ A N D M A N I' FA t'T IKING
rtatIo:ier. News Dealers, Putl shers. suit Hook binders.
Ns. 19 and 21 Merchant street, Honolulu, M. I. ja.&l lylS
A. S. CLEGHORN k Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE
RKTAII. DKALKKS IN
A N D
Corner Qu-e n and Kaahumanu ?:s.
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
A. LAW. fperial attention paid to the negotiating of
Loans, Convt-yancing and all matters appertaining to Real
NOTARY PUBLIC and
(omiulloufr oT Drfds for tbe State of .Vrff York
OFFICE: No. 9 Kaahumanu ?t.
bosolcix, H. t. janl 81
IMPORTER and JOI313ER.
STAPLE and FANCY COODS, fLOTHIXC, BOOTS.
At Oreat Eastern Store, 62 Fort Street,
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Carriage WorK, Sec
an 1 chop on King-street, next to Castle a Cooke. . . 81
SIGN AND SHOW PAINTERS
SU HOTEL STREET,
Ap. 2. 3u. OPPOSITE FAMILY MARKET
AITIIORIZFU (;0VERMEXT SI1IPPIG AliEXT
Laborers for Plantations, Railroads,
Ranches, and for Work of all kinds.
And House Servants always on hand-
OFFICE No. 3!) KING ST R E ET, three doors
from Station Houxe. ALSO At No. 37 Maunakea Street
KS. D. B. GRIFFIN WISIIESTO NOTI-
11 M. ly the Ladies of Honolulu, and tbe public eenaraliy,
that sh has dispiwtl of her Millinery and Dress Making Es
tablishment to Mrs Wilkinson, who will carry on tbe business,
and takes the present opportunity of thanking her numerous
patrons for the very liberal patronage extended to her, and
would bespeiik for h r successor a continuance of the same.
MKS. L. B GRIFFIN.
M It S . WILKINSON
nrOCLD RESI'F.CTFILLV CALL THE
attention of tbe Ladies of Honolulu and of the other
Islands to the above announcement, and she will carry on the
MILLINERY & DRESSMAKING
Business iu alt i!s JUi!s. Mrs. W. would also state that she
has s-curel the strvi-'es of
A Milliner of TASTE and EXPERIENCE, who will have
this branch of the b tsiness under her Immediate supervision.
ii ss. ni.kiso
Takes pleasure in announcing that she is now opening u large
Dress Silks, Satins, Floorers, Feathers.
Ordered from Europe and rlan Francisco by Mrs Grif&n, and
selecu-d wi h special reference to the requirements of the
ladiis ot this ciiy and croup.
I RS. V. hop-a by strict attention to the wants of her
patrons, moderate term, and furnishing only first-class arti
cles in her line, to merit a share of the public patronae
. ...PER. . ..
The following Cools which will be sold at
BOTTOM PRICES -
ll.st California Hay.
California Hard Red Bricks.
Barrels Fresh California Lime.
White Bms ' B't Knelish Portland Cement.
Manila Ropes, Blankets, Pea Jacketx,
Caoes Stlmon. 1 and 1 lb. tins;
Caes Oysters. 1 and S b. ima;
Ales, Vines and Liquors
Cases Martell's Prandy.
Caws Bontlleau 4liamor.d Rrandy,
Caaks Bntelleau k lliin-y llrsndy.
Cases Cutter No. 1 an J O K M hiky,
Cf's O F C K F W Lisky.
Cav 1'url tiof don Cherry ,
Cases IWn English Port Wme.
Caw B-'t California Port Wice, "
Case Claret, tn-st brands;
Cases tJ Msderia and other Wines,
Cast- Het Kng!ih Al. qts and pts;
Csses Best English Porter, qts an ptsi
Cass St. Iou,, Reer. qts and pts;
Cases Boca Beer, qts and pis.
All the Well-known Brands
BEST ENGLISH ALES & PORTER
C0STlTLY KEPT I STOCK.
All lh Above mentioned Goo-Is will be oI4 on tbe
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
street, Honolulu. - Hawaiian Islands,
jm 1 81
A. A. MONTANO,
pnorooRAPnER & dealer in all rinds of
Picture Frames, Mats and Veljet Cases.
Corner of King and Fort St., Honolulu, jan 1 S
W. E. FOSTER,
fep SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER,
jt J Fort street, next door to T. Lack,
Ua.es aso Saddles Cosstastlt ok Hand.
XjT Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. XI
(Successor to P. Dalton)
TsTo. 92 TXins wtroot.
SADDLE X. HARNESS MAKER and Im
porter of LEATHER and SADDLKR'8 HARDWARE
All work done in my establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I will use my best endeavors to please my
customers. XT Oive me a call. fc8 '81 ly
S. M. WHITMAN,
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shooing & Carriage Work
THOS. 15. WAIJvER,
Contractor and Builder,
fi x to the setting
Ovens and R
I'LAR ATTENTION PAID
setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, Furnaces,
Ranges, Urick or rHone Chimneys, any
lomposition Monuments and Head stones.
marble or sranile. XT Satisfactory References given when
required. Address P O. jan 1 81
No. 83 Fort St., opposite K. O. Hull & Son. Honolulu.
WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY
JVA anu -s l tl lll.Klll careiuuy re-
XT Orders from the Other IslnnJs promptly at
E. D. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Setting Steam Boilers. Furnaces. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kinds of Heating Apparatus. Also, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted t me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms. ,
Addressthrougb the Post OtMre ! jan 1 SI
CEO. s. HAmiTsi
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. BRIDGE. HOUSE. AND
Heavy Wagon Work. Moulding Bitu, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made for tbe trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
A RTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fittings, e. speciality.
All Orders lromptly Attended to and
Work Cuarar Und. - s
XT Shop on the Esplanade, In the rear of Mr. Geo. I.uras
Planing Mill. jal 81
N. F. BURGESS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
SHOP, NO. 84. KINO STREET. OPPOSITE M.J. ROSE'S.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF
Buildings, when required; Offices aud Stores fitted up
in tbe latest Eastern Styles.
BEPAIRI.VG OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Done in the best possible manner, and at reasonaile rates.
GARDEN ORNAMENTS of all kinds made toord-r. Saws
II led and set.
N. B. Personal attention will be given to the moving of aU
kinds of buildings. Having had experience in the Eastern
States, I feel confident I can give satisfaction to tbe Host fas
tidious. XT Orders left at my shop or residence will recelw prompt
attienton. Best of references Riven.
Residence, 218 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Orders from the other islands solic.ted.
Contractor and 13 ni Icier
a xii xi s
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, II. I.
Manufactures all kinds ol
MoaldiDgs, Brackets, Window Frames, Sasles, Doors
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork finHn.
TUItXIXQ AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kinds of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
I'laosi SperlfioeiiwiiM, Detailed Drawings
and mllmalri furaiabed ipso Applicalion-
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Islands solicited.
jal 81 ly
LATE OF SAN FRANCISCO,
His established himself at 83 KING ST.. opposite M
Rose's Carriage Factory.
FLE WATCH WORK
! A Si'tC 1 A LTV, and satisfaction guaranteed. Ap. 2, "81 ly
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 6 NCUANU STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Sheet Iron Copperware !
Kkip Cosstastlt os Hand
A Fl'LL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
Galranird Iron and Lead ripe,
jal 81 India Rubber Hose, &c, if.
J. H. HANLON
Hss remored into his new premises at
THE FOOT OF ALAKEA STREET,
and is now prepared to do all kinds ol
IIore Shoeing, and Carriage Repairing,
SICK AND LAME HORSES tnkeu Care af
and CURED on the premise.
Stabling Provided for same if Required.
XT The Cndersignedjhopes by strict attention to busi
ness and low rates, to continue to enjoy a full share of public
patronage. mart 81
HAKRISON & PEDDLER,
BRICK AND STONE .MASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Kinj Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibl.,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention giren to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
and all kiud of Cooking apparatus. Ctiimnies, Foundations
and Cistern- t ui It, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and superintendents would da well to
entrust us with husine3 iu our line. W e wish the public to
understand thai all work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jaa 1 H
BRICK and STONE WORK
Tone on reasonable terms.
Address Emma Square, or through the Post Office,
Clii?. Gert z-
SO FORT STREET.
Importer and Dealer in
Gents', Ladies' & Children's Shoes,
.FIT ST RECEIVED
A GREAT VARIETY OF
Roots SIiocs & Slippers,
Ladies' White Kid Button Boots.
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
No. 50 King Street, opposite station Houk.
BLACKSMITHING of all kinds done to order with
HORSESIIOEIXO a SPECIALTY, and all work done
warranted to Rive satisfaction, and 1 guarantee to stop
over-reaching and interfering horses, or no charges made.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING done at SHORT NO
TICE, and at
BEt) ROCK PRICES
j anl SI
ME A CALL.
NO. 7 8 KING STREET.
Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer
or nil Tvinrtis
CONSTANTLY ON" HAND
Window Cornices and Curtains
FURNISHED TO ORDER.
Houses Entirely Furnished
In a Complete and Satisfactory Manner,
At Moderate Rates.
GtIjt; jsxh: .a. call.
XT Orders from the other Islands for Furniture, Bedding or
Malting attended to with promptness. no27 '80 ly
Gunsmith and Machinist !
No. 7 3 King Street, Honolulu, H. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
A.iacl for Oalo,
GlUS, BIlEEtll k Willi LOADI.YG;
OF All Klnd and
FOR SPORTIVE ri RPOSES.
All Kindsof Machinist Work
RE 1? AIEED! !
AND SATISFACTION OTARANTKED.
XT Orders from the Other Islands will meet with Prompt
Attention. " jan 1 81
TO PimERuTl) OTHERS!
WE HAVE LATELY
from san Francisco samples of
REED'S ELASTIC SECTIONAL
NON-CON DUCTING COVERING
FOR STEAM HEATED SURFACKS.
An article which is now being extensively usd throughout
the United States, and we would call the attention of Hie
public to the following facts concerning it :
Reed's Elastic Sectional Non-Conducting Covering for
steam-heated surfaces, is formed of compact felt, made Irom
u-oolen rags. It is suited for all surfaces heated to 400
decrees and under. It is a thoroughly homogeneous fibrous
mass ; no amount of jarrrig can possibly thro-o it from the
pipe. It is made io sections fitt-ng the pipe to which it is to
be applied, and may be removed at any tims when necessary
t make any alterations or repairs, and may be replaced
again at pleasure, or tbe pipes may be taken down and
transported any distance without injjry to the Covering. It
is usually from 1 to 60 inches in diameter, to suit tin; size of
the pipe to which it is to be applied. It is ro.idy fur use when
taken to the place to be used. It could be applied, were it
necessary, in a parlor, and would not soil the finest garment.
There is no mixing or splashing of mud in applying or using
it, and there is no grit or sand to aff-rct machinery. It is
light in weight; three-fourths of an inch in thickness of our
Covering almost totally prevents radiation, and tveiffht but
one pound andaquarter to tht square foot of finithed
Reed's Covering prevents radiation of heat from steam
pipes, boilers and drums, and also prevents the contents of
gas and water pipes from freezing.
Samples and Circulars of the above
may be had by applying to
)ulT8,2m V. G. IRWIX & CO., Agents.
JUST RECEIVED ! !
.1. H. B R U IV S
XO. 40, FORT STREET.
A CHOICE LOT OF .
NO. 1 FRESH SALMON ! !
m UALL bAKLl , ana nee u re a
IRON TANKS !
EX HIGHFLYER. NEARLY NEW, AND
IN GOOD ORDER. FOR SALE BT
JanUtfSl JAMES I, DOWBETT.
3VX J. G XX X ISX 1ST
NO. 40 FORT STREET.
will attend to all order In the Qj
LOCK, tr & CF.F.RAL RF.rilS LINK
no will (fiTe special attention to cleaning, lepalrlne and rer
outing; Sewing Machines, and ailotherkindsof Ll-ht Machim rj
and Metal Work of every description, BlnckansilstiuK- 'v
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP.
A. Variety of Sewing Machines,
Gnus, PWtols Shot, Aiumanitiou.
.UAtlllAli OIL., N LLULr.S, Ac., Ac,
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, ard all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
XT Best Machine Twist. XX
SOLI AOBXT IS THIS KINGDOM fOK
The Florence Sewing Machine, from J40 to $80.
White Sewing Mschine. from $15 to $7 3.
Home Shuttle dewing Machine. $13 to $35.
Including all extras.
J. &, C. LANE'S
BETHKI. STRKEf, NEAR KISO.
EV1AIM U FACTU R F RS
TABLETS, MARBLE .1IATI I.K,
WASIISTAMI TOPS, and
filing in White & Black Marble,
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
M AUK TO ORDKR AT THE
Lowest Possible Hates
Monuments and Headstones Cleaned and Reset.
fciT Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
jan 1 81
HIGGIfJS & JESSETT,
N0S. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
WOULD INFORM THEIR I'ATBIINS
and the general public, that they have formed a Co.
partnership for the purpose of carrying on Ibe business ol
A nd have engaged the services of
FROM SAN FRANCISCO:
Who are Thoronghly Acquainted ulth all the
Tl'llll TT1 lJaXg
We are Prepared to Furnish
EXCELL K NT W O XX
AM) IT WILL I'AV TO
GrIVIi: US A. CALL
(jal 81 ty)
f1IIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM
m. his Customers and the public generally that
His Business to the
SHOPS ON QUEEN STREET,
Adjoining II. IIACKFELl & CO.. where he is
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts,
Also, to attend to
I SHALL ALSO KKEP A
Full and Complete Stock
Paints, Varnishes, Refined Bar Iron,
Norway and Swede Iron, Horse-shoes,
Cumberland Coal, Oak, Ash and Uickcry Planks,
White Wood, ic, -c.
"Which I am Offering
BED ROCK PRICES
All Orders Filled tcith Promptness and Ditpatch.
Thanking the public for past patronspe. I hope BY A COV- i
STA.NT ENDEAVOR TO SATISFY MY PATRONS, to merit I
a continuance of the same,
my7 tf C V'ESTi i
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OT LONDON AND KDINIlITRnil.
C" A I I T A I .000,000
AroumulHtnl hhJ Insrslrd Fum4 1 ,OOT1 4
r1IIK I VDKRSIfiXKi) HAVE BEEN A T
I t'OlNTKD AGKNTS l..r ih 8ndwlch lslanda,aaa art
authorised ;o Insure elnt Fire opoo (arorabls tsnas.
Kisks takrn iu anv psrt of the Islands on "rout ana WooB
KN HuddiiKs.snd Merchandise storrlthrrin. Dsllln Uoasct
and Furniture, limber. Coals, Pulpt In baroor with or wlthoal
cargoes or under repair.
Jan 1 81 ID. IUFFbCULaKaiK. k CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance Co,,
HAVIXfJ KST A Itl.lSIIKI AN AOKNCT
at llimolulu. for the Hawaiian Islands, the cndrrslrnvd
are prei'Snxl to srrept ri.ks aainst fire In dwo!!lnrs, Stores,
wart houses and men ban. line, on Uvorable terms. Marine risks
in cargo, freights, botiomry, profits and commissions,
I.OB- iroiipilr iKljuaird sisiti aayaWla liar.
Jan 1 SI i. B. WALIIa.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL 3 flO.OOO.OOO.
tM IM1TFD I IAH1UTV.
I'llii: INM HAM K .of all dewriptlons will bs
c Turt'-d at M it mil' Itud's of I'mnlum, by tti undersljoed.
i. t. WALK IK,
A. S. '!. lrr. Ajeni for tbs llawaiiaa l.'anda.
II M lll ll;-.M AUDKtlUHU
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
ll.ltlNt;s. 1 Kit CM MI)InK, KDUNI-
turi. .in. I .c inu rv itiaured sitlnat rlr. oa lbs sno.1
furorniil)' t t ins
a. . i a i
I Z 1 1 A Kent fur (hs llawaiiaa Islands.
Jan 1 81
SWISS LL0Yl7 MARINE INS. CO.,
'IWK FNDF.ItSIBNKI) ARK AUTHORIZED
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL JWJiTS OF THE WOItLD
jnn 1 81
mo.t FaroraUe Terms.
J. 8. WAl.KFR, '
A (tent lor th. Hawaiian Islands.
U. VA LliK It,
Pure lin-.l A leslmry fiuels. Home Fed lorkeyi.
k i y n sTKKt:r. nonoi.VLU.
jan 1 tl
WA LLER, Proprietor.
HOT 1.1. k U.V10X STREETS.
E MEATS FUO.M THE FINEST
s. tl h. poultry. Veiiristiles, tic. furnished to
Order. Shlppinit s'li-plitd en short notice. )an 1 II
WAILUICTJ POI FACTORY,
JEST Q I A I.I TV OF MA I A I M AMUFACTCKCD
fi coiKtimly. Allnr lcrs filled with dispatch.
i: II. UAII.KV.
Jnn 1 M
MANUFACTORY and OAKERY,
TP. TrIO HIST,
rrflf lltiil Conri-ttloiirrrastry Cook and Baker,
No. 7.' Hotel utre-t, I-. tweeu Nuunnu and Fort
Jin I 81
HONOLULU GOAP WORKO.
! Iliulmx af ilir a bar ranrerM IsMflaf;
Item fr:ii:(crr d to
i-r notice that the tnanufactunf of
lie In r.
All Kinds of Soaps
l.i- i '.iniliiii-d ly l.im. H )FT SOAP always on hand.
V III buy In i I. inui on and soitp grease, and solicits
cm-irr,in-jilH 1 1 the smnc from tbe other
jilo Inlands. II
Of the j.i.r. vii Imported strains, and of all aiea,
s i aim i- ii w I ' M n itl( . ui Us .
At Arodernto J3riccs.
tw:4! l.'i' -t xrt wllb I lie Be4-f!sft tl$
initiriivr m!i,i( i lie) uow Late, ran ktj
o pairs not akin.
do nu A .IV k. II CltDtriT. Hawaiian Hotel.
JAS. DODD, Proprietor,
COHXER I -OUT tt- HOTEL HTS.,
3? 0 TJ jFt I & T J3
And th rs w ifhin P'rlle llor.es. (for Ladies or Gentlemen.)
Cn 'wc- liorvH, nml ? er Ioulle Teams, Ac., can be furnish
ed with the s.iiii'' at i.r:y b' ur of the day or night.
JOT KKt'KIVKl) H
lnr(e aad raatnf
( upable t rrirrif trishly
nmtnvtJating pleasure parties wlsh
Vikllil, Hssslssis, or
lUnd. Competent Driver
I'aiticul-ir enre sr.d attetuinu giren to the boarding of horse
t the d iy, m il or nmiuli.
No overerowdin?, a. my Stable has capacity for Comfortably
s;al)lirg ffiy h-ire.
Raeomlre R,.t- and S:ti-fa(tioti Guaranteed In all trsns-
acti irj with me.
Give Ae a- Call I
WING WO TAI & CO.,
I Have Constantly on Hand
I FOE S-A-LE
1 At their Fireproof Store, oppos't Mo.sman'e, Nauana street, .
A FCM LINK OF
JAPAN and CHINA TEAS,
j Both High and Low Priced, according to Quality.
j Also-1 fall asst. of Plantation Supplies, all kladc
Always on hand a LARGE STOCK OP RICK,
they beinff itjerit. for three plantations,
4 fe of t,JOi;e rlCy SILK piBLOR SCREENS lef
Jal '81 Jy WIRO WO TAI CO.