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Restoring the Tower of Locdan.
Lon-lon Tlrur, Fcbmarr 1.1
It n if fe Parelj lail lhat n i citj in tl;e worlJ
p- a munumcDt enuI in Inntoric interest
t lie lower of London. F.r fctK) jenr a palace,
firtre-s and a f ri,n. it has been c.-ntinuuuj
io!i.iNit.J. K,n:ent ditc.jveriM hTe justified the
ancient tradition tlit on thu eume eite there
stood an important Ii man fortification, and the
factj tand pred that important Roman works
occupied the pot for a thousand ytars or more
bef re (iundulf, the weet in m.nk of Bee, in
ormandij, whom the Conqueror Kummoned to
net a hU huil ir. laid one tno if the great
White Tower on another, (jundulf was said to
nae tempered his cement widi the blood oi
bcata. an 1 to hae watered mith hi tears the
theatre of ninjr tr.izedies. Prohabl he
pandJ up the oil red tiles aid bricks of the
JkOtuan.-t. and gnte to hi mortar tho red color
which the common fu'k regarded with so much
Su:ce.-ife kins, n tah!j William Rufu, who
pilh-d and shared the people with tribute cs
p!ciallj r p.;nd about the I'owrr of London and
the gre-.tt lliti at Wetmin!r," and Ilenrj III.,
the lint -I .finer of a Th.tiuei K'ubankment, adJcd
to the Towrrr of Lon 1 in not without many
murmuring on the mrt of their BubWts. who
aw in the Tower a standing menace to their
In the nixtecoth cent or j the Tower of London,
with it outer and inner b.il'iurn, he great keep
or the White Tower, and the Krim portal of the
Traitor" 1 ur, oiui hare been l iokcd upon from
t!. ricr a a in t iiup--in monument of the
feulil sjstem. L'nrnppily. under the b'tuarts
and t!eir succesori, the glorie of the Tower were
uflered to decay. On the south side tho inner
wall with the Lin tern Towor became ruins, and
daring the latter part of the lat century their
place wa filled by s bure and hideous brick
building, with all the unwieldy ugliness of a
ti . t . r . .".
UMU'lllli, "Ull HI! 1115 UUHICI II UUnenS OI a I
tl . . . f . . " . . .I
rhauiei street warehouse, by which the iew of I
the lower from the riter was effectually blotted
During the last twenty-fire years better judg
ment and better taste hire been shown in the
treatment of thU great standing record of the
limtiiry of flnglini. The I'r inre Consort was one
of the first to lake an act ire interest in the an
tiquities and beauties of tt.e place. Mr. Salvia,
who died l ist year, and who only a short time
before hi death fiited the Tower in order to
afc the wurk which had been done and the dis
coveries that had been made at the Cradle Tower,
was called in as a Consulting architect. Under
1. 1 advice the Chapel of St. John in the White
Tower was restored and is now perhaps the best
specimen of Norman architecture in the king
dom, and the ruinou tumble-down Warders
quarters were ref laced by appropriate buildings
in the stj'e of the Tud irs. For some time, owing
to the pressure of work in other directions, little
was done beyond mere maintenance and repair.
Six years ago, however, the work of restoration
wm actively begun again. The Chapel of St.
Peter ad Vincuia, the burial place of Queen
Anne Boleyn, with other illustrious victims of
royal displeasure or political necessity down to
the tirnj of the Jacobite Lord or the '45, had
fallen into a mont discreditable state of decay.
The interior wav choked by the ugliest of modern
galleries, with tall unsightly pews; a sinking of
the pavement of the altar was becoming more
and more apparent, and it became necessary to
take immediate steps to prevent the whole build
ing from filling into ruins. When this chapel
had been repaired acd purged of the monstrosi
ties by which it was defiled, the next work of im
portance to be undertaken was the restoration
of the outer wall on the south or river side, to
gether with the Well acd Cradle Towers. This
has now been done, in the mean time certain
mean hui'dugs on the east side of the White
Tower, which were ued by the Royal Engineers
us store, showed such unmistakable signs of an
immediate intention of falling in bodily lhat they
bad to be swept away. On that side, therefore,
the White Tower is unmisked and clear as it
was erected by Gundulf. It was in course of thi
removal that the Roman remains, to which
allu-ion has been made in the early part of this
5acr, were discovered. At the same time the
irty fluois known as the Irish Birracks were
cleared away, and the space between the inner
and outer fortifications on the eastern side being
thrown open the Salt and Broad Arrow towers
stand fully revealed.
The great work of all. however, remains. The
tower nf London i still screened from the Thames
by the greater warehouse of which mention has
been made. Fortunately, there is a prospect that
a remedy wid be found for the eclipse. An rtr
rangctn.'nt ha at Iat b.cn come to between the
Secretary of Sta e for War and the Erst Commis
sioner of Work-t, by whic!i the former will give j
up the wtrehousc which is no l inger required by
tbe War liepartment, ana me upper stones oi
which are so rotten and of such Qnusy construc
tion lhat no bulky g'xxl can be stored there.
The Erst Commissioner of Works on his part will
remote thee building, and then propose to com-
clete th restoration of the inner wall of the !
lower and tte lantern luner, u wiocu uu ;
doubt, tHe foundations will he found beneath the
warehouse. Ihe whole circle or t tie lower ol
Ijondort will thus again leappear. and the Central
Tower will stand out. unencumbered by other
building, in all its pristine grandeur. Ample
authorities eiisl for the restoration, and though
it is impossible to give back the very stones, it is
easy t reeontruct an exact and authentic pre
sentment of the old foriretvs a it sl.cid in those
daj- Careful drawing have been prepared at
theofS.-'eof Wi-rk. together with iniHlel of the
Tower a it i and a it will le when the work is
CComplL-cd. and iiee htv.? received the ap
proval of ".nor of tl.e c'.iel authorities on archae
ology and architecture. X r need the public fear
lenTtliey should be "pii.'ed and shaved' for tbe
purpose, as tleir forbears were by William Rufus,
for the total tost rt the work i only estimated at
6.500. of which some JI2.000 or more will be
recoup! to the Exchequer by the sale of the old
materials of tne storenouse.
Increase of Wolves in France.
31. James's Gazette. February 11.
la France the wolves seem to increase roach
quicker than the population. In ancient Limou
sin and thereabouts they are not contented with
heep wnd dogs, but six times within the last two
years have attacked human beings, and a score of
people have died mad from their bites. In the
small local newspapers it is quite common to see
accounts of dog killed in defense of the sheep.
These occurrences rarely gain attention from the
Taris papers, and the country-folk cry out loudly
against "the Chamber" for not making the
lieutenants de louveterie " do their duty. These
officers arc accused of showing more discretion
than vigor in destroying the wolves; for, if woIve9
became extinct, their own occupation would be
gone. Ihe position is much coveted and it is a
pleasant one, both for the bolder and his friends,
as regard hunting, shooting, and social inter
course in tho lieutenant's district. The rewards
for killing a wolf are now very small, ranging
from five shillings to fifteen shillings. The de
partments most infested demand an increase to
X12 and 20, so as to make it worth the while
of good shots and expert poachers to devote them
selves to wolf-destructron. Eliree Reclus has
computed that there are 3,000 or 4,000 wolves
still in France, from which it appears that at a
cost of 80,000 they miht be extirpated.
fjy The only place to buy Gexts good cloth
rso at the very lowest bates is at Chab. J.
Fish els' por-rxAB btobe.
VOL. XXVI-NO. 43.
A TTORN'ET AT t.A V
M). 3i MEI.CH ANT
f STEttT. lJK.hK or i-oki p i nr.n
Uodo'.u-O. . brorjr iMh. 1431.
J. M. DAVIDSON,
Attoi'iioy ixt Ijn w,
aoiUlji tt Merchnnl Slrrel.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
I SI HO IIT KH AM VHUI.Kill.t I"-''"
m In Clothlnr. BkX(. ;hori. Ilatt. -VIen'i rorai.h.Df nd
Focy Goods. (iDl Sl No. 11 Kaahamana St.. Ilooolala
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
M FKKU STORK.
Cornrrof Kin anl Port ftrtti.
Ilooolala. U. I.
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
L.ATJR HUKGKON TJ. M. AItl
Can bt eoaaUnl at hU RnMencc no Ilolrl street,
twttren A1V anJ Fort tree'.. jaol 81
D. O. IBWIS.
WM, G. IRWIN & Co.,
Saar Factors and Commission Agents,
laalSl HOXOLCLC.II. I.
CHULAN & CO.,
IM I O R T K K. J " - r. A L r. a& 9 a .1
o alldeacriotioaa.aaj lo all kind, of Iry Oood. Alao.eoo-
stanlly oo haod. a Uw-nor quuiy ui ii.w.m.u n.:
jnl Nu t) o Stre-t, ina-naio.
A. W. BUSH, .
- - - ... . ' V CD
M ltll''. K A l flat "I".' ' r.m.
jl rcn.ly Or.rry and Ped Hvore.
. i . n.n.!l in mf from the otber tslaod win
lr " - - . 1. . ,. ,, ll.nl Kl
nromnil attended to. 52 lrt Street. Ilonolalo. UnI 01
O.T. tST'ESA- C- " COOE
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Soeceoc to Lnwcu A Dicfo)
Et,KHS IS U'.MBKK i.M BL IL.UIXG
aa7 Maleriala. rori sireei.
IMFORTKK. WIIOI.KJt.ll.K Ai Kbim
' Dealer lo Genera! Mrchandiw Pire-proof Store. Nnoa
oa Street. J3 81
BROWN & CO.,
IMFORTKRS AM) HEALERS IX ALES
WIN AND SP1KIT3, AT WU0LE3ALK.
9 Merchaot Street,
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
. i i-rinVl'l'H. K.hnlii. Ilnwnll.
A. of Keal K.ta e. UvmI and f roporty of eTery description
a:t-ndl to. Co-nini.Mwns mnd-rrate.
KRCIIAXT TAILOR. 38 FORT
Ilooolala, II. I-
4 li ENT TO TAKB iCKSOWLEDOMBSTS
A w Cantra for Labor in the District of Kona Island of
Oabu-atthe OSSce of the llooolu.o Water Works, foot ol
N noana S.reet. J1 B1 ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
a nET TO TAKE A CK XO W L.EOG-
A ments to Contracts ior Labor.
Interior Office. Uooolulu.
.Ta i. a V.
. r i 1 1 tL r. i a . . -
aceot lo take acknowledgments of Instruments for the
Island of MaaL Also Agent to take acknowledgments for
Labor Contracts for the District of Wailukn. jaol 81 ly
A TTORXK- AXI COUNSELOR AT 'LAW
A mitkV PITBLIC and uent for taking Acknowledff
menu of Instruments for the I.lnd of Oahu.
No. 8 Kaahamana strert, iinn.uuiu, ii. ..
E. H. THACHER.
3 xx & o o xx -I o xx tint.
DEXTAL OFFICE. lOi 1-2 F.ri Miwt.
next d- or aboe Dickson's fhotografh Gallery. Jal 81
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WIIOLESALR AXO
1. UKTAIL. DKALKK5 IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu S:s. 'itDl 81
WONG LEONG & CO.
3" Ilooolala. IK I. Dralrr. m Dry Goo.1.. Clothing. Boot
ld l ? 1L t. and Ca,... Fane, Goods, etc. ilavs aUo
ana rp " ... i:i..-in auantit rs lo suit. Also
constantly on s n.dl
Chiua Cboii-e re
cnina reine iwiuc, -
chiefs and ahe. etc.
Oicnem of Moiwu ujnr
. . K,;i..a Rice Plantation, K.ona Rice Plantation.
ad i-iima Rk-e plantation.
wMPORTKK AXO DEALER IN CLOTII
I 1SG. Boots. Shoes, tuts. Caps. Jewelry. Perfumery,
Poeket Catlery. a:.d ery description of Gent's Superior
raraUhinr V "f. K.ne Calt Dress Boots.
alW5T n hrsi- - at
N. B. Coaor foaTAiu MCMUt SraasTS. Janl 81
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
IMIM1RTERS INI) COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Rohin.u'. f.re-rroof Bulld.ng. Queen ft.. llon..lu!u. II. I.
lonri r o a
The Pauloa Sheep Ranch Company.
Tbe ip-nrer plantation. Milo.
Tne W.ik.pa Plantation,
llu- l. m-it Mill.
Mirrors. Tail Watson's Snar Machinery.
Jolin li-sy K C.'s Lirriiol an 1 Lonllon I ackets
jsnl The G(ag and lionolul t Line of Packets. 91
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
- r s s VII fL f -
II PLO V Vl E 1 HI' U Kll. IIONi.l l LC. HI
Rents R.ms. Colt .C-. li-ass. an i - '
i ut-ln all part, ot the Ki.. ..m KMPl.OYMK.NT found
i for those seeking work in all the arious brancl.es of business
Connected with these lslml , ,
tEOl. D.cumeni dr.srn. Bills Collected. Books
anlecoam. kept and General ..Qce work transacted
Patronage tohciied. .Commi.-iioos .Moderate. ap.l.iy.
F. T. LENEHAN k CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLES LK DEALERS IN'
VINES. ALES AND SPIRITS,
Hi)NOt.tfLf. II. I
CHAS. T. GULICK,
xvx o r jC. v iPtrrsxiic,
Af; EXT TO TAKE ACKNOWI.KDO.MENT8 TO
LABOR C'JSrttACTS and
General Business Agent.
Office in Makee's Clock, corner Queen and Kaahumanu
Streets. Honolulu janl-81 ly
Te go to any part of the Group, and make I lrst
f Us Pliotozraphs to Order,
Either Views or Portraits. Prices reasonable and good work
on'y wmne aor.e.
II. L. CHASE.
f-- I-continue to sell cretoiis at 2o cents per
yard, A very small assortment left at Ch.s. J.
Fish els" popclab btobe.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Kristiania University, Norway,
o. 12 Knkni street, opposite the Lyreom.
OFFICE HOURS :
FROM TO li A. M.. AND FROM C TO
8 P. M.. EXCEPT SL'XDAVS.
ET rvX X Gr XX T X3 EI Xj Ts. jC1
F. A- SCHAEFER & CO.,
Importers! Commission Merchants
HONOLULU, H. I.
W. C. AKANA,
Chinese and Hawaiian
Translator and Interpreter,
VO 48 KINO STREET. HONOLULU.
Translations of either of the above language made with
accuracy and dispatch and on reasonable terms, my21 ly
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Carriage Worlr, Sco.
Jin 1 Hhop on King street, next to Caatle Cooke.
a. c. all3. aoto.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERSIN
l.L.MBKll and all kinds of BUILDING MATKRlAIJ
Pair is. Oils. Nails. c c.
aaiXTS roR scaooacas
jn9i Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Street. Ilonolala. - Hawaiian Islands,
jin 1 81
BOOT & SHOE STORE!
13 Xaannu Slrrrl.
Next door to the Honolulu Restaarant. felS ly
O. BH0LISO. EMMELUTH.
C. ENCLINC & CO.,
(Successors to G. Seprlken Sc Co.,)
rPinsmitlis & Plumbers,
NO. 6 NUUAND STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Sheet Iron & Coppr rware
Kif.r Constantly os Hand
A FULL ASSORTMENT Ul' TIXWAKK
CalTaolzed Iron and Lead Pipe,
al 81 India Cobber Hose, &tM if.
TIIOS. 13. W V X .iT E Tit ,
Contractor and Builder,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION' PAID
to the senilis of all kinds of eteain Boilers, Furnaces,
Ovens and Ranges. Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
height; Composition Monuments amk Head stones.
marble or granite. JV Satisfactory Kelrrences given wnen
required. Address f O. jan i at
THOMAS TAN N ATT,
No. 83 Kort St., opposite E. O. Hall & Son. Honolulu.
VT-HES. CLOCKS, JEWKLRV
and FINE MA CHINE 111' carefully re
naired in a workmanlike manner.
MSiJ ry Orders from the Other Islands promptly at-
tended to. al 81
HARRISON & PEDDLER,
BRICK AND STOXE M A SONS AXO CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
Kinc Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention ftieen to setting Ranges. Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Conkirf apparatus. Ch ironies. Foundations
nd Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners acd Superintendents would do well to
entrust as with business In our line. We wish the public to
understand that all work done by us is guaranteed lo give
satisfaction. jan 1 81
LATE OF SAX FRAXCISCO,
Has established hiin.elf at 8 8 KING ST.. opposite M
Rove's Currisge Factory.
FINK WATCH WORK
A SPECIALTY, and satisfaction guaranteed. Ap.2, "81 ly
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. 11RIIIGE. HOUSE. AND
Heavy Wacon Work, Moulding Bitts, 1'Unlng Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Ooosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engine,
A RTESIAIST WELL TOOLS
With all thtir Fitting, a speciality.
All Orders Promptly Attended to and
T Shop on the EspUna.le. lu the rear of Mr. Geo. Lues
Planing Mill. al81a
Harnrale I rbao Safes, .
llrf-proof. Fire &. Barplar Proof, k Burglar Proof,
smaller sizes constantly on hand.
Ordrrs fur l.arje Sizes Tilled at Shortest otite.
Old Safes Taken In Kxrlianjre.
Babcock's Fire Extinguishers I
Platform, Dormant, and Combination. Ceatu Scales!
XX For Prices and Circulars, write lo
C. O. KERGER.
General Agent for the Hawaiian Island.
NO. 80 FORT STREET,
Announces to his Customers
THAT HE HAS
A LARGE LOT OF
Gent's, Ladies' & Children's
and Slippers !
PER LA OV LAMFSOX.
BRICK and STONE WORK
Done on reasonable terms.
Ad.lr-'s 5 Emma Square, or ihr- ugh the Post OiBce.
N. F. BURGESS
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
SHOP. NO. 81. KING srREF.T, OPPOSITE M.J. ROSE'S.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON LL KIXDSOF
Mid Buildings, when required; Ulllces and Stores fitted up
in the latest fcaatern styles.
REPAIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Done in the best possible manner, and at reasonable r-i'ei.
HARDEN ORNAVKNT3 of all kinds male toorder. Saws
filed and set.
N. B. Persona atiention will be given to the mowing of a'
kinds of buibilngs HaTiuj had experience in the Kantern
States. I fee! confident I can gire satisfaction to the most fas
tidious. XT' Orders left at my shop or residence will receive prompt
attienton. Bent of references piven.
Residence, SIS Fort Street, Honolulu.
Orders from the other islands roliciled.
up. 1(3, 6m
SO FORT STREET.
Importer and Dealer in
BOOTS, SHOES & SLIPPERS
Gents' Roots & Sliocs
MADE TO ORDER.
jan I 81
I,. W. HOPP fc Co-,
Xo. lOo Fori Si. nail No. 7 8 King St.
Cabinet Makers, Upholsterers
jFVirr. itu.ro or all Kinds
CONSTANTLY ON II AND
Window Cornices and Curtains
FURNISHED TO ORDKR.
Houses Entirely Furnished
In Complete and Satisfactory Manner,
At Moderate Rates.
GIVE US A CALL.
TT Orders from the other Il in.ls for Furniture, Bedding or
Matting attended to with promptness. no27 '80 ly
Contractor and Builder
EoPLANADil, Honolulu, H. I.
Manufvctures all kinds ot
Mouldings, Brackets, Window Fratafs, Sabhes, Doors
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork Cuish.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kin '.s of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Pinna, Specification, IelIletl Druwina
anil rilininlrt furuiihed uaon A ppliouliau.
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED,
and Work Gunranteed.
Orders from the othtr Islands solicited.
Jl 81 lv
T. B. StlURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
No. 50 King Street, opposite Station flouse.
sT 1 A R R I A G E
R El A IR IXG done at SHORT M)-
. TICK, and at lied Rock Prices for CASH
me a Call.
CONCHEE & AHUNG,
IMPORTERS & GENERAL DEALERS
China Goods and Merchandise
OF KVERY DESCRIPTION.
Always on Hand fc ITgr Sale,
Grass Cloths, Chines-? Crepes. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Press Stlks in Great Variety, Lacquered W.iie
Fancy Work and Glove B ixe,
Ivoryi Tortoise. Shrlland S;tidle Wood Fans,
Tiger Claw Jewelry Set In Gold.
Camphor Wood Trunks, Fine Ch'na Tea",
Rattan Chxirs. China Ma'ting.
INTO. I -HAWAIIAN liICK !
XT STORES at No. 109 Xuaunu and No. 8S F.rt
Street. no!9 ly
eT U ST RECEIVE 13
EX .MARTHA RIOEOCT,
1?1NE LOT OF
7 FEET GEDAR POSTS !
Fur Superior to Redwood in all particular.
FOR SALE BY
d3i tf ALLEN & ROBINSON.
riMIE FXDERSIGX'ED HAS HIS OFFICK-
temporarily, at Adam s Furniture Store on Fort Str,.
and during his absence from fie office. Ma Charles rbim
nolds is autboriztd to receive monies and re.eip: .W"3,',N-
maris tf -''
, ofui straw hat
l" You can buy a mo Fishels' popclah
for only $1, at O
APRIL 22, 1SS2.
J. D. LAME'S
BET1IKI. STRKEi, NEAR KING.
TAr.L!TS, MAUBLE MAXTELS,
WASHSTAXI) TOPS, and
Tiling in White & Black Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADK TO ORDER AT THE
Lowest Possible Tiates
Mounmrnts sud l!cadtones Cleaned and Ursrt.
friT Orilers from the other IsUnds promptly attended to.
jan 181 .
E. C. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
iARTICITLAR ATTEXTIOX PAID TO
Setting Steam U'.iiers. Furnaces. Baker's Ovens and
Ksnj;es, nnd all kinds of Mealing Apparatus. Also. Varieeated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted lo me will be execu
ted promptly, ai.d on reasonable terms.
Addressthroush the Post Olllce jan 1 81
Importer & Home Manufacturer of Cantlies
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
o. 112 Fort Street, Just Above Hotel St.,
Has Just made Kirse additions to his establishment, and is
n'.w prepared to turnisn to tne trade, the Honolulu pub
lic, and residents on the other Islands, the YRY
FINEST of H0.1IE-.1I.1DE k IMPORTED CANDIES,
Of all Descriptions, AT VKRY REDUCED PRICES.
Receives Fresh Candies by every arrival. He Guirantees the
purity of his troods. THE CREAM CAXOIES
are a specially with him. and are made by the best manu
facturers in California, and received fresh by every steamer.
Soda Water, and all kinds of Iced Drinks
THE BEST ICE CREAM IN THE CITY.
The BEST ISIiANPS of ''IIOICE CIUARS always on hand.
3 KIXU STREET.
To Planters, Expressmen & Others !
YOU WANT A GOOD ARTICLE
WHERE YU WILL GET IT
Of All Kinds on Ilai.d and Made to Order,
SOLD AT THE LOWEST PRICE !
Double Plough Harness From $20 00 np
do Carriate or Kxprefs Harness 40 00
ilr.i:le Carriage Ilaroes 30 00
lirenk llHrness 35 00
Dray Ilarnes 32 60
Mexican Sad. lies 12 00
Knglish Saddles 18 00
I adits' Saddles 15 00
ALL GOODS WARRANTED
AS REPRESENTED AXD
Guaranteed For Six Months ;!
I Superintend all Work that
leaves My Shop. I don't peddle Cane,
Hogs. Hen Fruit or Cold Water,
I Make Harness and sell them. Res
fe4(3m V. FENNEL.
T XX 33
"Big Collar " Harness Shop
SG KIXG STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER !
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Fading Bridles, Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brnsbes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use aV J J
BEDROCK PRICES for
. . .... workmen's rates.
XT Repairing of every des-ri; ki .
uanner, wiih the best m!red OT Exchanged
All Work B,9 Collar! " -8
LoSf' Jal 81 t
OJ I It O IV J
""haVK RECEIVED AXD XOW OFFER
I f.r sale, bundies HOOP IRON of the following sizes: 2xi,
2x1-15, Hxl-lS Also, on br.d and fT sale,
Eastern Shooks, Holasses Barrels, all sizes;
Sugar Kegs, &c. Made to Order.
J. II. BltlXS,
WHOLE NO. 13.) I.
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Rooms with Roard Two Dollars and a tlalf per day
Rooms with Board Ttirt-e l..l!m. ii H. .
Rooms without Board One Dollar per day and upwards
Cottages in Connection with the Hotel at Special
JOIIX M. LAWI.OII In CO..
JaQ 1 '1 I'roprirlors.
Nos. 76 and 78 Hotel S.reeis,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT ALL HOURS.
HENRY J. HART. (jal 81) ELLIS A. HART.
CONCHEE & ACHAT. PROPRIETORS,
NO. 84, HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
1IV THE CITY.
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.
ISTo. 02, I-Iotol Street.
KP THE BEST OF FOOD,
IIT COMPETENT COOKS,
IW ATTENTIVE WAITERS.
Late Chief Steward of
July 23. 81,lyr
F. II. OEDING,
BEGS TO INTIMATE TO
HIS CUSTOMERS, AND
THAT II Id
84 KING STREET,
Next to Mr. Burgess's Carpenter Shop,
where orders may be left at any time
of the Day or Night.
TELEPHONE M3IBEB, 86
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT & AGENCV
IOXEV LOAN ED v. ' Apply to
XT. Securities, for lone or short X, Manif-r, pro tern.
O.Cce. Queen 8treet.ong20,tf
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Il Ft. LENGTHS, 14 lb. PER V.tKI)
9j For sale to arrive pr Duke of Abercorn from
Liverpool. ArP'y tn
W. L. GRKEN, or
O. W. MACFARLANE k Co.
no28 tf Agents for John Fowler k Co.
NEW LAW OFFICE.
TTT C. JONES, (Arks) Attorney nnd Co.tn-
II s sellor at Law and General Land Agnt and Collector,
will practice in all Courts of the several Islands in the King
dom. Office, over Allen Si Robinson's, Queen Street, Hono
inlu, II. I.
3- Boys' all wool suits from $4 np, at Cus.
J. FlSHEES POPULAR STORK.
mm & mmm
XT A.lsertisers rrridiri: in tti- laiirit I'citrd ttalrs. eaa
pay fur their cards t-jr mcii.( ;i.-ri l.xli or United tt
l.!ace Mumps for iurh aaiuunt as tt.tr with ta pay stxl their
cards will le inserted as per iix rc l.l lt. Inr the tint paid fur
I T llusiness C'ardi. srlirn rsirtlD roa a fast, ar
sUi.we.l a diaeoum frm lh.-r rat-s. aliirh are fur transient
adtrrtmrniruta wtien paid or charged "Quarterly.
?.ni;!e copirs of t!ie Arriun-ks. T-n Cents t when rliargsd
Fiftee n Cents; l y ttie dii n. Hue l:iar.
THE CITY OF LONDON
FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON.
L IMI TED.
llavii c rl.t:ih .1 an Agoncy I. ere, tilt urdersirned la
authoritt'd t ct i inks a-smsl t'tre, rn ltaiMlaga.
lerrhunliae. f'urnilitrr, rtr , on the w.ort farorabla
terms. Losses pi on pi 1 ai'JU'li d and purshle l.rre.
C. It. HrRUfcR.
apt l.r Agvnt, Hawaiian l.Unda.
MARINE INSURANCE CO, OF BERLIN.
GENERAL INSURANCE CO, OF BERLIN.
riMIK A1IOVK INM I1ANCK COMI'i XIES
have eRiHlilishinl a tirnrral A(rnry here, and lbs nndsr
s j; no.l, Uencral Ageat. are sulhoristd to take
Risks against thf Danscrs of the Sras at the meit
Urasoaablf Catfs, nail oa tbe MM
I aorblf Tcroi.
apl j P. A. 6CIIAKFKR k Co., General Afnita.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
riMIE IXDKIISICMI) HAVING IIKICN
Appointed Acents vt the ahove Company, arc prepared
to insure risks against fire, on Sisae ami liric-k lit. list
i.4a, and on Irrrlinnllp atorrd therein, on ths moat
f.Vurahle leims. t or particulars apply at the nfflnc of
pi ly !. A. 1-CHAfcratt k CO.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON ANI KDIMIUIK.II.
CAPITA L. 2.000.000
Arrninulntnl nnd Invralr-cl 1'iiad, 1 (0BT.24
ris.iiK i;xi),:iisi(iSKii have eex aP
JL POISTKU AUKNTUIor the riandwlch Islands. and ar
authorised :o Insure against Firenpon farorable terms.
Kisss taken In any part or the Islands on tomc and woobv
BN liuildiinrs, and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses
and Furniture, Timber, Coals, f hips In harhor With or without
cargoes or under repair.
jsn 1 Bl r.n. II IfF-SCHLAKUtB It CO.
Fire and Marine Insurance Co..
Or NEW ZEALAND.
nAVIXU EST A KIIS II ED AX AGKNCT
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the nnderslrned
are prepared to accept risks against fire in dwellings, stores,
warehouses and merchandise, on fYorable terms. Marin risk
on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and commissions.
I'On.es promptly aljuatel and pnystblo here.
jan 1 81 j. B. WALKER.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
CAPITA Ij IO.OOO.OOO.
FIKE I.VSUKANCK of all descriptions will bs
eflccted at Moderate Kates of 1'rrniitiui. by ths undersigned.
J. S. WALKKIl,
A p. 2, '81, lyr. Agent fur the Hawaiian Is'ands.
II A M HI' KG-iM A G I) h'.liVKU
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Or II A.MUL IKJ.
BCII.DIXf.S. M Kit t' II A X I) IN E. FI'RXI
lure and Machinery insured sa.iinht Fir on ths moat
A. .JAltit I0IC Ar.hi f r the Hawaliso Islands.
Jan 1 61
SWISS LLOYD MARINE IHS. CO.,
I1IIE V X I F. KSHJ XKI) IS AUTHORIZED
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF THE WOULD
COASTERS. HI SPEC I A PERMISSION
On the nmst Favorable Terms.
J. P. WAI.KKH.
Af "in lor the Hawaiian Islands.
an 1 81
oO WALL fTRKF.T, P,LW YORK,
riiiiE AiiovE co.MiA:tiv HAVixn e-
H tablished an Agency at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Isl
ands, the undersigned is authorized to accept and write
31 j. lit, I TV lH RIHKH
Merchandise, Freights. Treasure.
missions, ana Hulls.-
At current Rates.
J. S. WALKER,
dc& Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
WAILUKTJ POI FACTORY,
HST QUAMTV Of PAI Al MANUFACTURED
All orders Glied with dispatch.
K. II. WAII.KV,
jn 1 81
HONOLULU STEAM BAKEJ'"
R. LOVE '& BROTHER, Pro"-tor,
, .t XAV1
IJII.OT. MEDI CM -foorder.
L always on nana ana
ldn and lliittr.r Crar.lcera.
Also. If at f
wEXNlT LIND CAKES. e.
REA I RE II A K EI on tbe shortest botiee
sMLy BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked dally and
always on band.
.V. B.BROtTN BRKAl) OF THS. BEST QUALITY
jun 1 al
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS.
Ia-Ico, I foiiolttlti.
''he lluninm. of the above concern faavltsar
1 been transferred to
T. W. 'RAWLINS,
He hereby gives notice that Ihe manufacture of
All IHinds of Soaps
Will be continued by Mm. HOKT SOAP alwaya on hand.
Will buy beef, mutton and soup grease, and solicits
roii.tlgnments of the same fmm tbe other
jalO Islands. 81
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks.
iST.VG STREET. HOXOLVtM.
Home Fed Turkeys.
jan 1 tl
ARESPKC.TAHI.K VOI7XCJ WOMAN AS
Nurse Maid In a private family. One child only in the
family. Wages will be 120 per month and board. Enqulrs
t (marstf) HAWAIIAN HOTEL.