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KAMEHAMEHA THE CONQUEROR.
WALTKIt M. OIUHOV.
Kamehameha with Cook at Kealakeakua.
Native chronicle way that thert was
aome intimacy of intercourse letween the
great hero, an J the great navigator.
Cook' second in commaml, Lieut. King,
notices thU remarkable warrior, anl lia J
Cotk liveI to record the particulars of
hU vitit to Hawaii, we would have had no
doubt, precise mention from him of Kame
hameha. The told young chief had often
gone on board the Knglih shiH, when- lie
wj received with some marks of attention
by the officere. They remembered hin vbit
and hi proud, easy, and well-assured bear
ing when off the coast of Maui. The inter
course U-tween the young chief and the
Commander must have been pleasant and
inspired good will lif the former; for it is
jHjaitively asserttsl by I'iianaia and others,
that when distrust and ill-will arose, when
violence took plare, and when Cook was
Iain, that Kamehameha sought to
moderate the fury of his countrymen, and
to prevent violence. He was not only the
relative of, but an active and foremost
warrior of King Kalaniopuu. He was at
the time in the early prime of manhood,
op.t where Ix-twet-n 21 and 30 years of uge;
and had the attack tij-on the foreigners
been by order of the ruling chief, this
vigorous young kinsman and warrior, must
have taken a prominent part. IUit the
assault was the result of an unpremedi
tated outburst of anger of men whose rela
tives and friends had suffered in a chance
encounter with the foreigners; and as
Kamehameha'and other confidential chiefs
of Kalaniopuu do not aipear as assailants,
there is reason to believe, as asserted by
native authority, and judging from his sub
sequent conduct, that the Hawaiian hero,
ought to save the Kngliah navigator from
There is a tory connected with this
event, said to be on native authority, about
the discovery by Hawaiian, of Cook'j
alleged fraudful simulation of deity: that
a chief having seized the British captain in
his grasp, and discovering as he groaned in
his tierce embrace, that he was but mortal,
and not a god ; had in consequence of
this discovery of his mortal character
slain him. This is an improbable story
and the invention of a ttubsequent pious
superstition. What were a Hawaiian's
idea of a god at that time? Was it some
spiritual, and almighty power? Nothing
of the kind. "Who was the god IVmo,
whom Cook was supposed to represent ? A
half crazy chief, who beat his friends, and
wiio sailed away in his canoe, to abandon
wife and home. Am! a priestly supersti
tion started the idea among the Hawaiians
that their runaway Lono had come back in
the big ships. It was a common thing In
those times, and the superstition has not
yet passed away, to designate a man as an
ni ua ; or so called god. The great Roman
orator Cicero, erected a temple for the deifi
cation of his beloved daughter Tullia. And
man mortals in ancient times, ware pro
claimed gods, or derm-gods by the extra
vagant love or admiration of fellow mor
tals ; but the flesh and blood conditions of
these exalted ones, could never have been
doubted. And such was the case in Ha
waii. Kamehameha in the days of Ids
supremacy and sovereign poorer, had an
attache to his state, an especial tabooed
priest, who was called the akua ko ke'lii,
the chiefs god, to whom sacrifices were
offered ; but sometimes, as Marin or
Manini states in his journal, the king (Ka.
mehameha) was angry with his god, and
punished him, even as it is said, that super
stitious sailors have Hugged the image of a
saint, because it. did not bring theniex-pt-cted
It has been common for Hawaiians to re
cognise a crazy individual as an akua.
This r.uperstitlon is not yet extinct. About
twelve years ago, there was a kanaka on
Lanai named Keoni l'upule, or crazy John.
Hewa-s looked upon as an akua; food was
chewed for him by an attendant, and he
was fed from mouth to mouth like a help
less infant ; tobacco was putted into his
nostrils; and other disgusting personal
attentions were obervel towards him. not
because he was helpless; as he could eat
and smoke very well hinis? If ; but because
such attention was appropriate to the
character of an akua. And when he got t
sick, and ached and groaned with pain, the
superstitious impressions with regard to .
his akua character were not In the least !
And this view of an akua, must apply to ;
the character as attributed by Hawaiians!
to Cape. Cook. He had been seen to eat j
and drink on many occasions by Hawai- ,
ians. It is confidently a?srted by writers i
who tell the story of the groaning, and the :
alleged discovery of the fraudful akua, or :
got! ; that he associated Intimately with :
the daughter of a chiefess of Kauai, and ;
thus manifested his mortality, and man
hood in a multitude of wavs, known and :
observed by Hawaiians; and the story '.
therefore that because he uttered a cry of
puin, his mortality was disclosed, is dimply
absurd; because he had no doubt in speech,
laugh, cry, caress, blow, and movements
and manifestations of all kinds have proven
his common humanity; and furthermore
the proofs of this common humanity would
not have deterred Hawaiians from their
akua worship, or superstitious regard for
certain persons and things, and the occur
rence of a groan would not have allected
the superstition. The occurrence of death
did not; because the cutting and dismem
bering of the great navigator after he was
t-lain. was a continuation of superstitious
observance towards his IkxIv, as that of a
deified high chief, or akua.
It is stated by native chroniclers, that .
when Capt. King, successor of Cook, in ;
command, parleyed with fie natives at
Kealakeakua for the return of the remains
of Cook, that at the time, the head of the I
dead commander was in the possession of
Kameliameha. Why did the youug chief,
toueh,or take any charge of the head of the
dead navigator? The ancient Hawaiians
were not Dyaks or Indians, and sought not
the heads or scalps of foes. They were not
cannibals or partakers of human nVsh for
food, although they sometimes tasted of
humannesrj.asan act or noswmy; r u "
However neither hos- .
VOL. XXVr-XO. 13.
tility to Cook; nor any superstitious wor
ship of his person, are said of "Kameha
meha; but that he wondered at the death
i of the great foreign chief, and held his
head for some time in his possession. He
had seen this foreign dead chief give com
mand; and the cannon thundered, and the
great ships were manned and moved before
him. The cold pal face, the fixed eyes,
and the silent rigid lips and tongue,
mu.t have touched the heart of the
great barbarian. He had seen new and
wonderful iwwers, and strange new men
who controlled these powers, and the chief
brain that had directed all, that had pre
sented to him a view of other worlds
beyond the great ocean, now lay in his
The genius of Kamehameha the Con
queror took Its deparfure from the en
counter with Cook the Discoverer. Had
the spirit of the barbarian chief known
nothing of other men and of other worlds,
lie must have been content with the savage
achievement of his spears in the mere de
struction of his fellow men. Hut sovereign
sway and organization dawned on his soul
with the arrival of the Europeans. And
the superstition with which Hawaiian
priestcraft had enchained its own race,
must have lost its power on Kamehameha,
and left his mighty mind unshackled,
when he gazed on the dead features of one
who had controlled mightier powers than
he had ever known in the hands of man
before. And it was so; for Vancouver and
Kotzebue both say, that Kamehameha
though sanctioning as a ruler, the super
stitions of his country, spoke of them
as a temporary custom, tnat must pass
away ; aim tnat the palapaia, or sacred
book of the foreigner must prevail, when
he was gone. He would not change
in his day. He held to his ancient
(ili gods, and his men gods ; and
he ltat his man god as a pnppet. For
what were they to him, who plunged into
the depths of Kaunolu to meet the devour
ing shark, .and who without buckler or
shield fended off the many hurled spears of
strong hands, and whose lance drank the
blood of men by the score ? And what
must have been the thoughts of Kameha
meha. when he held the head of the dead
Ino in his hand ?
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS ANO COMMISSION' MER
CHANTS. Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. jao 1 (1 ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
M PORTERS AND WHOLESALE DBA L-
ers In Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men' Furnishing and
Fancy Goods. fjanlBI) No. 11 Kaahumanu St.. Honolulu
H. E. McINTYRE k BROTHER,
ROCERV AND FEED STORE.
Corner of King and Fort Street,
jaol 81 Honolulu. U. I.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
liATR HUUOEON U. M. A.TIMY.
Can be c occulted at his Residence) on Hotel street,
between A lake and Fort street. janl 81
wm. o. tawis.
WM. Q. IRWIN & Co.,
Suar Factors and Commission Agents,
liONOIXLC, II. I.
CHDLAN & CO.,
1.M I O R T E R S OF AND DEALERS IN
of all description, and in all kind of Dry Good. Alto, con
stantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Blee.
janl Naaana Street, Honolula. 81
A. W. BUSH,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
XT Order entrusted to me from the other islands will be
promptly attended to. Fort Street. Honolulu. Janl 81
C. M. COOKE
LEWERS k COOKE,
(Successor to Lawus A Dicksox)
E ALERS IN LUMBER AND BCILDINO
au7 Material. Fort Street. Ml
IMPORTER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
M. Dealer in General Merchandise Fire-proof Store, Ji una
oa Street. ja3 81
BROWN k CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINKS AND SPIRITS, AT WUOLESALK.
9 MerchanlStreet, IJaal 81) Honolulu, H. I.
I RVEVOR. WA1MEA. HAWAII.
B. Surveys of importance 00 other Islands attended
ja3 '81 tf j
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
VrCTION'EER. Kohala. Hawaii. Sales
of K-l Kstat. ; kkJ. and Property of every description
atenjel f. Coisniiuioa moderate. mjr7 ly
TAILOR. 38 FORT
Honolulu, O. I.
ERCH A NT
V; EN'T TO TAKE ACK NO WLEDG.M E NTS
to t'entrart for Labor in Ibe District of Knoa. I. land of
Gbu. at the O.Uce of th Honolulu Water Work, foot ol
Naunu !.n-et. jal 81 IT
JNO. A. HASSINOER,
AGENT TO TAKE A 'K NO W LEDG
i eaent to Contract tor Labor.
loierior Offlce, Honolulu.
4 TTORNET AT LAW. NO. 3J MERCHANT
.A STREET. CORNER OF TORT STREET.
Honolula. February 29th. ISil. 1e2C ly
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
10I NSELLOR AT LAW
.7 IIUMANU sr.
13. K A A
TTORNET A N'D COUNSELOR AT LAW
.'A NOTAKY PL'BLIC and Agent for taking Ackaowe,t
iD'nta of lojtroments for tbe Island of Oahu.
) Kaabamaou Street, Honolulu, II. I. reV. !0
a TTORNET A N'D COUNSELOR AT LAW.
. Will attend the Terms of Couru on tbe other Islands
M-ney to lend on Mortgage of Freehold. ITT OFFICE, Ni.
il Merchant Street, door from Dr. Staogenwald's.
my li 80
E. H. THACHER.
xi. x- 6 o u.
KNT A , OFFICE.
O XX tlMt.
lOt 1-2 Fori Sireel.
next d -or abors Dickson's Fbotograph Oallery.
Es COOK WEBB, M. D.,
tt o xxx o od patlilst,
LATE CHIEF OF STAFF HOMECKPA
TlllC HOSPITAL. Vrd' Island, N.Y. Offlce, tw
Fort street. Special attention to disease of women And chil
dren. jj- omre II ara Until 10 A. M..2 to A P M.
jal 8 qr
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
KK4 1, ESTATE BROKER. AM) EM.
HLOVMBST llt'REAU.UONOIXLU.H I
KnU Rooms. Cottages. Hauae. and ell and leases Real
Kskate in all parts ol the Kingdom. EMPLOYMENT found
(or those seek, of work to all the rariou branches of business
c.Minected with these island.
gr" LEflAf. Documents drasrn. Bills Collected. Books
n.i Accoanta kcDt. and Ceneral Sc work traoiacted.
Patrcnaje 8olIcite.i. Comm.ssioci Moderat. ap9.li,ly.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER -24, ISSl.
J0H& W. KALUA,
VT roKXEV AN D COl XSELl.dR AT
LA V .
iol 10 tak- arltnoalnJgments of ioMruinent for (he
Ilani of Maui. A No AijfDt to take acknowledgment for
Labor Contract for the I'm net of Wailuku. janl 81 ly
A. S. CLEGHORN k Co.,
. KKTAIL i)K A LKKs IN
Cornrr Qurea and KhumQU St. jaol SI
En T A Hl-lsll El
J. W. ROBKRTSOV
WHITNEY $c ROBERTSON,
t$iccrMits l II. M. Whitney.)
IMPORTING AND I . N I KA t'T I' RING
Siaiiourr. New !-aler, Publ .hem. and hook binders.
N .. 19 and 21 Mwhtnt htreet. Honolulu. II. I. ja 51 Ijl8
IMPORTER AM DEALER IN CLOTII
IMi, lioot. sho-, itat. Cap, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, ami every ileteriptinn of Oent'i Superior
Furnishing Goods. jr llenkert'. Kine Calf Ires Boot,
alsray on band.
N. K. Coaxca or Fokt d.M kkchamt Strict, janl 81
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS,
HONOU'LI'. II. I.
CHA3. T. GULICK,
IVTOT jfV Tl "V PUBIjIC,
4 G EXT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TO
; LA Bull f ONTKACTS and
Offlre in Maker's
Itlock, corner Queen
WONG LEONG & CO.
Corner f Nhuuhii d .Marine- Street.,
Honolulu. II. I. Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boot
and r'lioe. and Cap. Fancy Good, etc. Have al.o
constantly on hand, Hawaiian Kice in quantities to nuit. Also
China Choice Tea, China ieine Twine, China Silk llandker.
chiefs and Sashen, etc.
Oicnrrs of Mottnul Suijtir I'ltirittitlon. Molokui
A K,ealaKallua Rice Plantation, Kiopa Rice Plantation,
and PikL-una Rice Plantation. jalO 81
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
AND COtXSF.LI.OR AT
Special attention paid to the neeotialini; of
Loaos, CoiiTf jsociDg and all ranter appertaining to Real
NOTARY Pl'BLIC aail
(ennnUsluDf r of Deeds for tbe States of ev York
OFFICK: No. 9 Kaahumanu ft.
HOSOLn.C, B. I.
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Robinson's Fire proof Building, Queen St., Honolulu, II. I.
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company,
The Hpeneer Plantation, Hilt.
The Waikapa Plantation,
Mirrlees. Tait 4c Waton' Sagar Machinery.
John Hay & Co' Liverpool and London Packets,
j4nl The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets. SI
W. C. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
O. 4S KING STREET, IIONOLCLC.
Translations of either of the above language made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, my'il ly
IMPORTER and JOBBER
ST1P1.E and I AM Y GOODS, ( LOTIUVC, BOOTS.
At Great Eastern Store, 62 Fort Street,
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Carriaqre Worli, &c.
an 1 tfhop on King street, next to Caatle & Cooke.
STRATEIYIEYER & JAMES,
SIGN A1TD SHOW PAINTERS
SO HOTEL STREET.
Ap. 2. 3m. OPPOSITE FAMILY MARKET
S. C. ALLKX. M. P. ROaiMSON.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
4T ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN i P V f n p i T O 1 1 ll O V -Ll'MBKK
and all kind of HCILDINU MATERIALS 1 1 v 11 u
I'air.t. Oil, Nails. Ac, Ac.
jSTi r'a i'HooNsas
FA IKY QUEEN.
T I LAM A
fn92 llnnnlulo. Hawaiian Islaml.
fort Street, Honolula. Hawaiian Islands,
jin 1 81
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOGRAPHER DEALER IN ALL KINDS lF
Picture Frames. Mats and Velvet Cases.
Corner of Kin,; and Fort St., Honolulu. Jinl 8
W. E. FOSTER,
V", SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER,
II Fort streH
Habnes so St
tre-t, next door to T. Lark,
iDDLEd Constantly on IIinu
Xr t'rders from the other llanj promptly attendrd to. s
(.cuece;s T to P. !alton)
No, 02 ZSllxxs stroot,
SADDLE k. HARNESS MAKER ami Im
porter of LEATHEIt and SADDLER'S IIAKDWAKE
All work done in 017 establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I ill asemy hest endeavors to plesse my
cu.ilomers. XT Give me a call. feS '81 ly
S. M. WHITMAN,
JK general blacksmith.
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
PARTICL'LAIl ATTENTION " PAID Tt
Horse-Shoeing& Carriage Work
T1IOS. 13. W I iTv E ,
Contractor and Builder.
f IMRTU'l'LtK ATTENTION F.4II
lj to tbe settinc of all kinds of rneam Boilers, Furnaces,
r Ovens and Ranfres. Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
1 height; Composition Mor.nments and Head stones,
marble or granite XT Satisf.t. tory Reterences given vrhen
reqa.red. Address P 0. .Jao 1 81
No. 93 Fort t.. opposite E. O. Hall k Son. Honolulu.
rfP WATCHES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY
FYS nd FINE MACHINERY carefully re-
J . j paired in a workmanlike manner.
IT Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. jal 81
E. B. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
letting $team Boilers. Furnace. Uaker't Oven and
Kangei, and all kinds of Heating Apparatus. Also, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reaooable terms.
Addressthrough the Post Office jn 1 81
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 6 NCCANC STREKT,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Sheet Ira &, Cpperware
KlfP COXiTASTLT OS HlSO .
A EL LL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE
Calraaied Iron and Lead Pipe,
jal 81 India Rubber Hose, .e., kt.
HARRISON & PEDDLER,
BRICK AND STONE MASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Kin; Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Qibhs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention given to setting Range. Baker Oreo
and all kind of Cooking apparatus. Cnimniet, Foundation
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendent would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish 4he public to
understand that all work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jan 1 81
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. HRIDGE. IIOI'SE. AND
Heavy Wagon Work, Moulding Uiun. Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. (Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axle made for the trade on reasonable term.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELfi TOOLS
With all their Filling, a speciality.
All Orders Promptly Attended to and
JZT Shop on the Rsplanade. in the rear of Mr. Geo. I.ueas
Planing Mill. jal SI
and STONE WORK
Doue on reasonable terms.
Address Rrnuia Square, or through the Post Office,
janl 81 '
N. F. BURGESS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
SHOP, NO. 84, KING STREET, 0PP08ITK M.J. ROSE'S.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS OF
Buildings, when required; Ofllc.es and Stores Atted up
in the latest Eastern Styles.
RKPIIRI.VG OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
lone in the best possible manner, and at reasonable rates.
GARDEN ORNAMENTS of ail kind made to order. Saws
filed and set.
N. B. Personal attention will be given to the moving of al
kinds of buildings. Having had experience in tbe Eastern
State, I feel confident I can give satisfaction to tbe most fas
tidious. IT Order left at my shop or residence will receive prompt
attienton. Best of references given.
Residence, 213 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Orders from the other islands solicited.
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
No. 50 King Street, opposite Station House.
HLACKSM ITIIING or all kinds done to order with
HORSESHOEING a SPECIALTY, and all work done
warranted to Rive satisfaction, and I (uarantee to atop
over-reaching and interfering horses, 01 no charges made.
CARRIAGE REPAIRING done at SHORT NO
TICE, and at
BED ROCK PRICES
For a A. s :
janl 81 GIVE 51K A CALL.
. W. IIOPP,
NO. 18 KING STREET,
Cabinet Maker, Upholsterer
Ini'iiitixi'o of till Ivincls
CUNSTASJLY ON FIAND.
Window Cornices and Curtains
Fl.'RN'ISIIED TO ORDER.
Houses Entirely Furnished
In a Complete and Satisfactory Manner,
At Moderate Rates.
give aie: call.
XT Orders from the other Islands for Furniture, Bedding or
MHltin; attended to with promptness. no27 '80 ly
Contractor and Builder
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manufactures all kind ol
Mouldings, Brackets, Wlndew Fraiuf s, Sashes, Doors
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork finish.
; TVJtXIXO AXD SCROLL SAW1XQ.
; All kinds of
', Planing and Sawing,
Morticing aid Tenoning.
. Plana, Sperifirnliona. Drlailrd lirawiag
nntl rsiiiufilra furnished upon Application.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Islands solicited,
jal 81 ly
IRON TANKS !
EX HIGHFLYER. NEARLY NEW, AND
IN GOOb ORDER. FOR SALE BY
jtcUtfSl JAME5 I. DOWiSTT.
TWX V. G XX X 3NT X S T
jOyf SO' 40 FORT STREET.
agrj will attend to a!I orders in the
v'-'V LOCK, Gl. Av GKF.RAL KKPAlIi LINK
lie will giTe special attention to cleanlns. icpalrlne and rei:
ulatmif Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Liirht Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, HlnrUoutiihiiiK- a
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP.
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cans, Pl-tuts. Shot, Anirunnitlon.
MACHINE OIL, XKEDLKS, Ac., Arc.
dewing Machine Tuckers, binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
XT Kest Machine Twist. XI
COLK AGENT IS THIS KISODOM FOR
The Florence Sewing Machine, from $10 to S0.
. White Sewingr Muchioe. from $45 to $75.
HcraeShuul Sewing Machine. $13 to $35.
Including; all extras. jal SI
J. & C. LANE'S
BCTilKL STRF.nr, NEAR KIXO.
IIEADSTOXES, TOM OS,
TABLETS, MARBLE MAMELS,
HASHSTAM) TOPS, and
tiling in White & Black Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER AT THE
Ijowest T?oa?sible Rates
Slonomrntj and Ilradtoups (Iraued and Eesrt.
t-T Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to.
jan 1 81
JUGGINS & JESSETT,
NOS. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
VirOULI) INFORM THEIR PATRONS
T anil the general puldic, that they have formed a Co
partnership for the purpose of curryin? on the lusiness ol
A nl have engasetl the services of
FROM SAX FRANCISCO:
Who are Thoroaslily Acquainted wUh all tlie
We are Prepared to Furnish
EXCELLENT WO 11 K
A NO IT VIL,L, IMf TO
GIVE US CALL.
(jal 81 ly)
rMIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM
hi Customers and the public generally that
HE HAS REMOVED
His Bu-siness to the
SHOPS ON QUEEN STREET,
Adjoining II. IIACKFELb .t CO . wh-re he i.
MANUFACTURE ALL KINDS
Cane and Dump Carts,
Also, to attend to
I SHALL ALSO KEEP A
Full and Complete Stock
Paints, Varnishes, Refined Bar Iron,
Norway and Swede Iron, Horse-shoe,
Cumberland Coal, Oak, Ash and Ilick -ry Fls-iks
White Wood, Ac, c.
Which I am. Offering
BED KOCK PRIC1
All Orders Filled icilh Promptness und Dispatch.
Thanknf the public for past patronage. I hoe BY A CON
STANT &.NDEAV0B TO SATISFY MY PATRONS, M merit
a continuaat ol the fame,
ray 7 tf
C . WEST.
wHrE JaL 3 K adsV awalawl
WHOLE NO. 1321.
rXiotrls nml 'tUtnurnct.o-.
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
K:m; With Momd Tm I'ollar and a Half per day
Ko,.ms with ll.'a'd Three Oollai tMr dajr
K''nis wiiln'ut I'.oard One Uollar per day and upwards
Cottnirr in Counrrtiou with the Holfl at SpffUl
JOll N" M. I. WVM1U A. '!..
j tn 1 SI I'roprlrlora.
N.'s. TO :i:id "i lintel ireet.
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
HEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
at a 1,1. nor its.
HKMIY J. 11 ART, (jal SI) KLLIS A. HART.
CONCIIEE & ACHAT. PROPRIETORS,
NO. S-l, HOTEL STREET, UONOLULl'.
Meals served at all Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Table
Supplied with the Best the Market
Table Board $4 to $5 per Week.
IlSTo. (, Hotel Street.
THE BEST OF FOOD.
' ATTENTIVE WAITERS.
Intc Cliicf Stewart! of
Steamer 8, ikelike.
J. H. HAKLON
Has ri'Tniv! into hl n'W jiretnif. at
THK KUT uF ALAKKA rtTKKKT.
bmI is now jT"paril to do all kiml of
A T Jj O W II A T K S
filVK.V TO '
llor-o Sliot-inz, and (arriaer Krpairlo?,
SICK AM) I.A.-MK IIORSKS Kkrn 'nir of
arnl C'L'ntD on the iremist..
Stabling Provided for same if Required.
XT The I'n'I-r:gnp.l li jifs 1-y strict attention to busi
ness ar.'l 1"W rad-s, ti coitiuue to enjoy a full shar of put. lie
lttron i'je ror5 SI
AITIKSKIZKI) (.OVKRMIKVT SIMPPIX; .I.KT
Laborers for Plantations. Railroads,
Ranches, and for Work of all kinds.
And House Servants always on hand-
OFFICE Xo.Stt KING STREET, tl.re lor.r
frwu .la'w'in ir.u.-r-. A LSO At No. 37 Maunakca ftreft j
W I L LI A M TURN ER ,
LATK OF SAN FRANCISCO,
II:i.i -st.'thiis'..(j.l himself at 8 S KING ST.. oppoaile M
Host's Carriage Factory.
FIXE WATCH WORK
A .-I'KCI AI.TY, an l satirictign guaranteed. A. 2, "81 ly
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT & AGENCY
AION'KV LOANED ON Fl IIST-CI.ASS
1TM ?-'uritlfS, .t li'ng or hort jwrin-N. AjIy to
W. L. GRKKN, Miina(T. pro Itm.
irl.f- Kiwnir!,ovrr C. W. MtCfARUXF. & CO.
Ilonolulti. IlAwkiiau Ilnml.
Ilntoai of Aclvortlwlut .
fparv ujfKurtsl in
1 m. ni 3 m. m. ! li ni.
Norparril tj. 1
6 Linr. (naif hxh).. ltX fiOH 3 00 flOO $ 00 l00
11 Ijiim, (one m. h). 1 M S HO M OC 00 12 00
ii l.inn, ;to itirhr.)
:" Linr., (ihre J. ;.
i Linr. (four tlo ).
i 00 4 00 A 00 T to
Z CHI & 00 7 M 10 oo
4 00 C 00 10 00 18 00
00 10 00 U 00 II 00
00 U 00 16 00 iJ 00
II 00 30 00 oo : 00 K-O OO 1 10 (.0
XT AilTrrtiPr rtttdiof In th. KaMrra Co.trd SlttM, can
pay for their card by encioaiDg Orvreharkcor L'nitrd !
rovtar Btanip for urh amount a tbry vtah ! pay au4 th.ir
card will be inrtxl a pr atx.r. tabkr, fi lb lu paid fur
XT Butiora Card, wl.ro ra.riio roa a ftaa, art
allceJ a diKvunt fma thr ratn, hick are fur Irantirtil
adrertiapmrDt when paid or charged quarterly.
g.Dfl. eopie of the ADetariaia. Trn Cent I vheti rbarfed
Fifteen Cenu; by the docen. On tullar.
"3(nrnrnra Tr e
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AM) EDIMitTRftll.
CAPITA t 9.000.000
AreBalalel mn lavealeal T mmd, t .O0T.8 t
ffIIR I'NORRSIONRO II AVE BEEN Al'.
M PUINTKU AUKNTSfor th Bandvlck Ilaod(,aad art
authoriied to Imure aitaintt Fire apoa faTorabl term.
Rik taken In any part of lhIilasdoa Broan Woo.
KM Hoildiofft.and Merrhandi. ttored therein, PelllnIloe
and Furniture, Timber, Coal, Ship In harbor with or without
rantoe or nnder repair,
jan 181 ED. II3FF3CIILAKGKR CO.
XT 1ST I
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
OF KKW TEA LAN P.
CAPITAL. t t t . tlO.OOO.OOO.
HAVING KSTA IIL.INIIKO AN AORNCV
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian laland. the undersigned
are prepared to accepl rik alnt Ore la dwelllne, store,
warehonne and nerrhandite, on lavorahle term. Marin rlik
on cargo, freight, bottomry, pro flu and comoitnlon.
Iiaa rnily aljair4 al payaWlv brrr.
Jn I 81 J. . WALE BR.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITAL IT tlO.OOO.OOO.
FIRE I NSC It A NCE of all drrripil wiU be
eflertnl at Moderate Kate of Premium, by the nnderalgord.
J. f. WALKKH,
A p. '2, '81, lyr. Agml lor lb Hawaiian Uland.
II AM IHHOMA(:i)i:U('RU
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ki ll. DINGS. MKIICIIAMMSK. FI RM
lure and Machinery insured again.t Fire oa the mutt
A. .IAK IZ It Agent f.ir the Hawaiian Uland.
Jn 1 81
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS. CO.,
11 IE lT N I) F. KSIG N KI ARE AUTHOR IZKO
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WOULD
COASTERS, III SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the mint Favorkble Term.
J. 8. WALKKK,
Agent for the Hawaiian Uland.
an 1 81
Pure Bred Ayleahury Duck. Horn Fed Turkey.
KINU STRUCT. HONOLULU. jan 1 II
GL WALLER, Proprietor.
HOTEL A UNION STRCCTS.
CIIIOICE MEATS FROM THE FINEST
I Herd. FUh. Poultry. Vevetalile. Ac. furnlhed io
Order. Bliipplng aupplied on abort notice.. lLl II
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
REST UI A MTV OF PA I A I M ANL'FACTl'RKU
conttantly. All order Oiled with di.iialch. US
K. II. BAIMCV. JV vmF
jn I 81 Wailuku, Maul,
MANUFACTORY and OAKERY,
w. no nisr,
Pratllcal Conffrtlonr p, Pastry Cool nd BaLfr,
No. ?5 Hotel it reK, between Nuuanu and Fort
jin 1 81
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
'he- Uu.lar.. .flhe kri rwarera bar I.
I been transferred to
lit hrrt hy give notice thai the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. H)Ft BOAP alway on hand.
Yi ill buy brer, mutton and oap grease, and solicit
cormignmetit of the ame (rota tbe other
jalO Ulatid. II
Of the purest iuiorted (train, and of all ag,
FOR SALE, rg
i i -.i j i . i i .. . , jaiai
Boted and dt livcrrd to Itmr. or achr,
JVt roderfito 3?riccs.
Persons Mlshln? to start with tbe Brst SUtk or tt
Improvf what llify bw bavr, tai bay
In pain not aLhi.
d6 SO Adilre. A . IIERBLRT. Hawaiian Hotel.
JAS. DODD, Proprietor,
co:x;t fort t hotel sts.,
And other wuhing taddle llore, (for Ladle or Gentlemen )
Orriage florae, Mngle cr iKiubl Team, Ac, ran, be furnUb
ed with the aame at any hour of the day nighL
J( ST RKI E!VKI) a large mmd raamr
FOtlt HOUSE 1'LE.lSt'RE WAGOX,
Capable of comfortably accommodating pleaaure partle wish
ing to vi.lt the nil, Walklkl, KalMi, or
other pr.int ol intret on the Uland. Competent Drlrer,
furninbed when defired.
Particular care and attention given to the boarding of horte
y the day, week or month.
No overcrowding, a my f table ha capacity for comfortably
stabling fifty hone.
Reaonable Rate and Paliifaction nsaranleed in all trans
action with me.
Give Me a Call !
WING WO TAI & CO.,
Have Constantly on Hand
At their Fireproof Store, opposite Mouman'f, Nuuanu (treet,
A FILL LINE OF
JAPAN and CHINA TEAS,
Both High and Low Priced, according to Quality.
Also-A fall asst. or Plaatatfoi Sappllft, all Llail.
Alwayionband a LARGE STOCK OF RICK,
tin j being Agent, for three plantation.
a rrwr rtb4f rivcv silk Parlor screi: ut
jal'llly . VTINO WU TAI a CO