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caa ramit th aaaoont of aabarrtpuoo duea tow tbea
pauara la Americas atampa.
XT Commaoirationa ahoald b adJreMl. and aonota
paid, to V. a. 1IAV5ELU.. Manar far tba
PACIFIFIC COMMERCIAL ADTXHTISEB COMPANY.
Tha aabcr.ptioa prlca for papera forwarded to tnj part
of tb Unltal UtaUa la i per aonara. ir tAto is isnjici,
which lacliulca postage.
row of stocking o'er the; Lal;
Cpraiil aach littla eeln hea.1
To catch the aligbtest aoaud r atir.
What m.itc u that? The clock'a faiot whirr?
A KUb of wind? The fall of alret ?
The iiatter of the remdttrr'a ftt ?
Ia the parlor with aupr.re'd glee
The j decorate the Chri"tniaa tre.
On top, a atar it bright beam 4 ahed
An aii l it white wiugti u tupreadi ;
Hw.trt voice- ChrUtmai carol aiug
Much j'ty the dawn of d-T will Lrin.
Tle raemory of that fair mora
When Il-ihe of Ii:thlehem wn born t
Tlio Hon, through whom a fallen raco
May aee their Ilearenljr Fat her face!
Pardon an. peace! Eternal lIi--..'
A fairer world Lenn in t!ii!
Wtll niiht a atar print ont tli- sir
To wh-rtr the infant Saviour lay!
Well miht wirf: men to atirh a iin
Myrr!.. ic.--, and frankincoue Lriir;!
Or wr . Him all honor irj
WVn we have bnt to look and live!
SIR OAENErS TACT.
He !! Wills law Qsrta al Bwlaaorwl 4
There was an early dinner. It is whispered
th t thi august company ?at down to the
title in their afternoon ramient ; did nt, in
short, dress for dinner. Such a departure
from U3.ige has been known before, but it i
enough to make Mayfairand Belgraria lose
their appetites. However, for some reason
Sr Garnet had ta be in London next morn
in j, and etiquette for once gave way to mili
tary necessity. Or did not gire way; since
whatever the Oueen commands is etiquette.
for the time being'. Sir (Jo met was placed
at the Queen's riht hand, and the Egyptian
talk went on. The Queen showed herself
throughout most gracious; which was the
more remarked, been use heretofore Sir
Gmet Wolseley has not been a favorite at
Court. Royal opinions on military matters
are supposed to be much influenced by the
Duke of Cambridge, and the Duke of Cam
bridge, as everybody knows, has been at
daggers drawn with Sir Garnet on short
irice and other questions of army reform.
There is story - though it seems chur
lish to review it now that the Queen in
sisted on Sir Garnet Wolseley going to see
her lefore he left for Egypt. He ws so ill
that hU physicians had forbidden him to re
ceive the Prince of Wales. The Prince
asked just to put his hand inside the door
and shake hands with his dep rting friend,
but the doctors stucW to their no. Well, this
critical state of health was due largely, said
people at the time, to the journey ir Garnet
had been forced to make to Osborne or
whether the Queen may then have chan ted
to be to t'ke leave. And one reason for
her Majesty's obstinacy in the matter was
her determination to speak her royal mind
to Sir Garnet on some points of military ad
ministration which he. as Adjuttnt-Geneml.
had been ordering otherwise than ws pleas
ing to the Duke of C.mbridge. Let us hope
this is mere sc-ndal.
But all tht is over, and so was the dinner
at Balmonl, after a time, but not before an
incident had occurred which high authorities
say is quite unprecedented. When the wine
came on at dessert, the Queen rose and
proposed ft to st to the health cf biruarnet
Wolseley, with a flattering word or two
about his success in Egypt. There was a
situation for a simple minded, blunt soldier!
Sir Garnet declares that nothing in Egypt
had puzzled him so much as to know what
he ought to do in this emergency. What
did etiquette require nay, what did it per
mit? What might a subject in the presence
of his sovereign do to acknowledge this ex
traordinary act of royal condescension?
Propose the Queen's health in return?
Doubtful as a matter of propriety; certainly
commonplace if proper. When the Queen
sat down Sir Gmet stood up (for I suppose
he could not stand while his own health was
being drunk, ev:n in the Queen's presence)
Will your Majesty p?rmitme to propose
Her Majesty signified her assent, upon
which Sir Garnet said:
I beg to propose the health of my gal
lant comnde-in arms. His Koyal Highness
the Duke of Connaught"
Quite perfect, w s it not ? They s .y the
Queen was immensely pleased, both with
the tct of Sir Grnet Wolse ley and with
the compliment to her son. V ben the Gen
eral took his leave, they parted upon the best
of terms, and. on the whole, u appears that
the her of Tel-el-rieoii aim vairu uw
regret his 1.200 miles 01 irave. i .
Balmoral. London Corr. b..Tnb
ft is now tbe correct tbinrjat a swell
wedding to hire $10,000 worth of bonds to
xhibit as the gi ot tne Dnae 3 "
n wiU be sent along 10 watcu uw
nt and can be made very handy at the
nts table- exnioiinig mc i.wvn.
. ... . I ,
Tbtiso a Bot. After a booti.i ck naa
polished the boots of a gentleman who was
ramblin- around the City Hall, it was dis
coerei I "that the man had nothing less than
a 91 bill and the boy no more than fifteen
rents "I suppose you can get this changed?
fasted tErman; .'Oh, yes.'' -An I y
oao find me when you come back? - Yes.
But if I Pbce thi dolUr ,n yoQr l,ands
wlil it not be a temptiti.n to you to cut
icnnidn I steal uu "J
e aionl 't wkv. I was never de-
& fn a W yet The boy started down
Gnswo Ltreet, and did not return The
man did not wait, however. It was a busted
CanadUn bank bilL-Zro Free fres.
tbatcontcmptuously replied the boy, -but
Sr fear I miht git a telegram and be called
out of own in a hurry I euess you'd better
ou .' . ..T nan. I think I Can trust
W 41 1
VOL. XXVII-NO. 2(5.
DB. E. COOK WEBB.
Ornci ajco RcaiDEsccK,
COKISER RlClilRD AND HOTEL. STS.
J UltriClt HOURS to 10 A. Mi 2 to f. Si. not ly
SU. 32 MERCHANT STREET. CORNER OF FORT ST.
UM ly doayl
W. AUSTIW WHITING,
Attorney- anil Cooasellor at Lav,
Ageat IsTllt AckatsxrledMaweaila t
SBaou fur tbe Island of Uaba, No. Kaaban
BICHABD F. BICKERTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
HOVKY ta LE.VD S0STC1GES or I'UEKUOLUS.
jr urrice. no. o mibcuini sTdKicr.
my n ao
TrOtt.NET A.NUtOU.VSELOR AT LAW-
NOTARY rLBUO and (ent furlakinj AckaowleJ-
aavnta of lostramenis lor tba IsUod of Oabo.
No. a Kaahumana Strset, llonolalo, II. I. tfl 80
J. M. DAVIDSON,
iw t tw 1 tloy avt l M rj
utii lyt deaf I 2 i Marehaal Street.
M. PHILLIPS & Co..
IMPORTER! AM) WIIOLEiitLK IIKaU
ers ia Clothing. Boots, Sburs, Hats, Men's rWrnliiunr and
Fancy tinods. (jant 81) No. II Kaabumaou St.. Uonolulo
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
ATTORVEV INI) COUNSELLOR AT
HL. LAW. Special atteutiuo paid to the negotiating of
Loans, Conveyancing and all natter appertaining to Kea
NOT A RT PDULICasd
CemmUsloaer of Deeds far tbe States of Sew York
OFFICK No. 27, Merchant St.
oaoLCLO. a. I. janl 81
agent to take acknowledgments of Instruments for tbe
Island of Maai. Also Agent to take acknowledgments for
Labor Umtracte lor the District of Wailako. Janl 81 ly
E. H. THACHER.
fc XX x e O O XX
2D o xx 1 1 a t .
lOt 1-8 Fwrt Street .
ncii d"Or above Dickson' Photograph Oallery. Jal81
S. M. CARTER,
a i;ent to take Aoknowledttment
A ta Contract fr Labor. Office, P.M. 8. Dock. Tele
phone. No. 4 1 . dmyl
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
AND KEKD STORK.
Corner of King and ton Streets.
Uonolulo. U. I.
aal SI doiyS
ED. HOFFSCHLAEQER & CO.,
t M PORTERS AND COMMISSION M E R
Corner of fort aad Merchant i tree Is. Janl 81 ly dmyl
O. BI. COOKS
LEWERS & COOKE,
(tf sect rs to Lawaaa a Dicasowj
fl K aLERS IN LUMUER AND BCILDINU
AW u7 MaterUU. Port Street. 81
vL.e r sacs sua a. tawta.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sngar Factors and Commission Agents,
janl 81 HONOLULU, II. I.
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
W PORTERS AND COMMISSION MER-
Uobinsoa's Pire-praof Building, Queen St., Ilonolulu, II. I.
itiii a roa
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company,
Tha Kpencer Plantation, llilo,
Th Waikapa Plantation,
Uaelo tJag-ar Mill.
Mirrlers. Tait 4c Watson's Sof ar Machinery.
John bay A Co's Liverpool and London Packets
al'il .Imyl Tbe Olasfow and Honolulu Line of Packets
A. S. CLEGHORN k Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
KKP AIL UBALKUS IN
Camer Qoeen and Kaahamana Sis. Janl 81
BROWN k CO.,
M PO RT ERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WINK AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
9 w.rehaot Street, IJanl 81) Honolulu. H. I.
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
GENT TO TAKE At'KSUU I.KUU-
,- Brnta to Coutracts lor Labor.
Interior Office. Honolulu
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
a Ktl. KSTATE
V PI.OVMENT BU K E A V. HONOLULU, H-
HVnU aVioiua, CoUige. Ileuses, and aelts ana lease neai
K.tte in all Kart o the Kli. loo. KMPLOVMeNT found
fur (hose eelio( wurk In all the various brancbea of busioesa
ronnrrud with these Islands. i
LEGAL Document drawn. Bill CoHSi'Jja 'k
and Account, kepi and General office "I't ' . T 1
Patronax e ttolicited. Commission Moderr"4' J I
WONG LEONG & CO.
Clarwrr mf NaaistsiM aaid Mairisie Street.,
J lloowiulu. n. I. Dealera in Dry Goods, Clothing-, Boots
and itboee. LUt and Capa, Fancy Good, etc. Hue also
cooaiantly oo hand, Hawaiian Rice in qaantitiea to suit. Also
China Choice re, China Seine Twine, China Silk Handker.
chief, and Sashes, etc.
Oicners of Hounui Sugar Plantation. Molokai
A -Kailua Bice Plantation, Kaopa Rice Plantation,
and Palama Uic Plantation. jalO 81
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ISO, Boots, Shoe, Hat. Capa, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Catlery, and every description of Gent' Superior
Farniahlnf Good. 87 Benkert'a Pine Calf Dress Boots,
always on band.
S. k. Coassaor Post aao Maacaaar Braaira. janl81
TAILOR. 3 8
Honolulu. U. 1.
S. J. LEVEY & CO.,
GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER.
Family Grocery and Peed Store,
XT Orders entrusted to me from the other Islands will be
promptly attended to. SZ Fort Street. Honolulu. (Janl 81
THOS. J. HAYSELDEN,
VL'CTIONEER. Kwhmlat. Hawaii. Sale
of Ke.l Ktate, Ooods and Property of every description
attended ta. Commissions moderate. eqt7 ly dmyl
CHAS. T. GULICK,
jst o r a. 11. fubtjIo,
4 GENT TO TAKE ACKN0WLKD8MKNTS TO
LABOR CONTRACTS and
General Business Agent.
Office in ktakec's Block, corner Queen and Kaahamana
Streets. Honolulu. jaal-81 ly
AG ENT TO TAKR ACK NOW LE DG M E NTS
to Cantracta for Labor in tbe District of Kona, Island of
Oahnuatthe Offlo af tbe Honolulu Water Works, foot ol
Nuuanu Street. jal 81 ly dmyl
r. a. raaTT. t- t- taray.
F. S. PKATT & CO.,
Al'CTIONEKRS Si GENERAL COMMISe
8ION MtR CHANTS,
Bearer Block, Queen street, Honolalo, H. I.
Special attention given to tha Sale of Real Estate and Per
XT Advances made oo Cootigoments. no!8 ly
P. A. de LA NUX,
AM CIVIL. KXKlXKER.
IIONOLOl.U POiT Ofr'ICE.
SARAH E. PETRCE, M. D.,
Ladies' &. Cliildren's Physician
ItKSlllKXft;. Nat. 5 Scbow
between Pct and Emma.
OITICE HOURS 10 30 u
3; 30 P. M.
11:3) A. M. ; 1:) to
no'24 ddr w 3m
Choice Ales. Wines & Liquors,
CORNER XVUAXU & HOTEL STS.
a. 23 tf JAMES OLDS. Proprietor.
A. G. ELLIS,
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
Ojfice with K. P. Adami, Auctioncrr.
Tr Co.h- i,f lly-lws in tbe "Original Greek." cc!4 tf
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
WW AS OPEN ED HIS OFFICE O.V PITMAN
II atreet, near tbe Court lloase in Hilo, and will carefully
attend to all business intra ted to him.
WiU attend all tbe Circuit of the Supreme Cart.
SURVEYING IX)NK. selS ly
F. A.. SHAEFER & CO.,
Importers 1 Commission Merchants
HONOLULU, H. I.
J. W, ROBERTSON & CO.,
(Successors to H. M. Whitney.) -
IMPORTING ASH MANUFACTURING
Stationers, News Dealers. Publishers, and Book binders.
No. 19 and 21 Merchant Street, Honolulu. H. I. Jala ly 18
To go to an j part of th? Cr.t. and make
CIsms Piijldgrapas tj Order,
Either Viewa or Portraits. Prices reasuuaitle aud rood work
only will be done,
aplitfdinyl II L. CI1.A8E.
Fort strm-t ilonolulu. - nnTaiiNii Islands,
janl 81 dmy
BOOT & SHOE STORE I
13 V n a m ii ia Sirrrt.
Next dour to the Ilonolulu Restaurant. fe!8 ly
Ship Carpenter, Spar Maker, and Caulker,
No- 9 Queen street, below Honolulu
Spars, Oak Plank of all sues. Ship Knees, Oakum, Felt,
Copper Bolts, and Sheathing Metal
ccDst intly on hand.
Made to order, and placed in position.
No. 83 Fort St., opposite K. O. Hall & Son. Ilonolulu.
WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY
and FINE MACHINERY carefully re.
paired in a workmanlike manner.
XT Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. Jal 81
LATE OF St N
FRA N CISCO,
Has established himself at 8 2 KING ST..
. opposite M
Hose's Carriage Factory.
FINK WATCH WORK
A SPECIALTY, and satisfaction guaranteed. Ap. 2, '81 ly
MAMFACTIRIXG JEWELER and WATCHMAKER,
1MPORTKR OF DIMOND. GOLD A NO
Plated Jewrlry and Precious atones.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
0. 6 KAAHUMANU STREET
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. IIRIDGE. HOUSE. A NO
Heavy Wagon Work. Moulding Bills, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axlea made for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Pitting, a speciality.
All Orders Ih-omptly Attended to and
XT Shop oa the Esplanade,
in the rear of Mr.
BRICK AND STONE M A SONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
King Street, Ilonolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention ftlven to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Cnimoies, Foundations
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Super'nlendenta would do well to
entrust ns witb business in our line. We wish the public to
nnderstand that all work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jan 1 81
CONCHEE & AHUNG,
IMPORTERS & GENERAL DEALERS
China Goods and Merchandise
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Always on Hand So For Sale
Grass Cloths, Chinese Crepes. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Dress Stlks in Great Variety, Lacquered Ware
Fancy Work and Glove Boxes,
Ivoryi Tortoise. Shetland Sandle Wood Fans,
Tiger Claw Jewelry Set in Gold.
Camphor Wood Trunks, Fine Cb'na Teas,
Rattan Chairs, China Ma'ting,
Hawaiian rtic p: !
at No. lOO Jiauanw and No. 8 8 Fort
Tv fc -
lV ;.,r -
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS,
HONOLULU. D. I. ja81 ly
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & TOBACCONISTS!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
6f Nnu&nu Street, UoooJulu lmrt'32 ly
E. S. CTJNHA,
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
J.T THE REAR OF HAWAII AH OAZETTE BUILD
JVC, HO. 23 MERCHANT STREET.
jan 1 81
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT & AGENCY
mfONBT LOANED ON FIRST-CLASS
A a Securities, for long or short periods. Apply to
W. L. CRKKN, Marnier, pro tern.
Office: Queen Street. oTer G. W. MAC PAR LANE A CO.
H. G. CRABBE,
OFFICE. Na. 33 (il'KHX ST., HONOLULU
J. H. HARE, Manager.
Prompt and careful attention given to the
transportation of Merchandise and
Parcels to all parts of the city.
Telephone Number lOS. jtb
maa2 tf dmyl
ALD RIDGE & HAYBALL,
Architects, Builders & Contractors
Flans and Specifications Furnished.
ESTIMATES OIVKN ON ALL WORK CONNECTED
WITH THE BUILDING TRADE.
UJI.l. CO TO THE OTHER ISLAXDS.
Bridge Work. Stone and Brick
Work, Sugar Mills and
REPAIRING OF OLD BUILDINGS,
PROMPTLY ATTE .'DEI, TO.
Buildings put up on the In
First-Class Work Guaranteed at
Bed Rock Prices. seU tf
Contractor and Builder
Manufactures all kins ol
Mouldings, Brackets, Window Frames, Sasbes, Doors
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork finish.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kinds of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Plana, Specification. Detailed Drawlagi
and estimate) furniahed upon Application.
Plantation Work of nil Kinds, either la
Uriels, Wood, Iron or Stoae Conatructlon
dooe In worlimenlikr manner, and nt rena
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
and Work Guaranteed.
Orders from the other Islands solicited. jal'81 ly dlniy
N. F. BURGESS.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
SHOP, NO. 84. KING STREET. OPPOSITE M. J
ESTIMATES GIVEN O.V t LL
M-A Uuildinns, when required; Offices and Stores fitted up
in the latest Eastern Style.
REPAIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Done in the best possible manner, and at reasonable rates.
GARDEN ORNAMENTS of all kinds mad to order. Saws
filed and set.
N. B. Persona attention will be given to the moving of al
kinds of buildings. Having had eipxience in the Eastern
States, I feel confident I can give satisfaction to the most fas
tidious. XT Orders leit at my shop or residence wiU receive prompt
attienton. Best of references given.
Residence, 218 Port Street, Ilonolulu.
Orders from the other islands eolicited.
A. B. ROWE,
General Blacksmith & Wagon Maker,
BAT IIORSK PREMISES, ROSE LANE,
(Rear of Haughtailing'a Saloon.)
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HORSE SBOEiNG
and as I do all work myself and having low rental, I
guarantee Firsl-Clasa Work at low pricos. mar26 3m
NEW PAINT SHOP
NO. 128. FORT STREET. OPPOSITE
THE ENTERPRISE MILL.
'Ml E UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM
I the public that be baa
Opened for Himself a Paint Shop
at the above address, where he will always be found
and prepared to do work in his line at reasonable
ATTENDED TO AT SHORT NOTICE.
ST Work done by tbe Day or by the Job.
marliem J. NAONE.
DR. R I CORD' FRENCH RE
STORATIVE PILLS. A specific for exhausted
vitality, impotence, physical debility, wasted forces, etc. Ap
proved by the Academy of Medicine of Paris and by the medi
cal celebrities of the world. Agent for California and the
Pacific State, J. G. STEELE A CO., 63S Market Street
(Palace Hotel) San Francisco, Cal. Bent by mail or express
sealed from observation. Box or fifty, $1 60; or 100, $2 75;
of 200, $5; or 400, S3. SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
DECEMBER 23, ISS2.
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Oni-i-iiig-e Work, aSco.
jan 1 8hop on King it net, next to Castle k Cooks. 81
CHAS. D. GEMSCH,
Uotfl street, opjusite International Hatel,
Watches Gloclcs t
Accurately Repaired at Reasonable
5" Satisfaction Guaranteed or
Money Refunded. ju2i 2w
J. D. LANE'S
130, FORT STREET,
TABLETS, MARBLE MANTELS,
WASflSTAXD TOPS, sod
Tiling in White & Black Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MAU8 TO ORDER AT TUB
Lowest Possible Rates
Monnraents and Headstones Cleaned and Reset.
ff Order from the other Island promptly attended to.
jan 1 81
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
1AKTICCLAR ATTENTION PAID TO
M. Setting bleam Boilers. Furnaces. Baker's Oven and
Ranges, and al) kindsof Heating Apparatus. Also, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalk. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Addressthrou'h tbe Post Office jan 1 81
ORNAMENTAL & STUCCO
Artificial Stone Sidewalks Laid,
Ccuientiu; In all Its Branches,
Wbitening, Calsomlalng and Jobbing
Promptly attended to.
Asbestos Steam Pipe and Boiler CoTerlng,
Done in the best manner, and by experienced workmen.
A to ability to perform work In our Hue, we beg to
refer the pnblic generally to tbe residence of Hia Ex
Sara l G. Wilder, H. H. Ruth Kcelikolani and Hon. C. U.
ItK. Leave Orders at Lucas' Planing Mill, Fort-street ;
or Box 327, Post Office.
TIIOS. B. WALKER,
Contractor and Builder.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PA
JL to the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers. Fur
nacea. Ovens and Ranges. Brick or Stone Chimnevs.
anr neignti composition Monuments an t Head atones.
marble or granite. Cr Satisfactory References given when
required. Address P. O. dmy 22 tf wjan8 11
KEKR THE PAINTER,
KING STREET. IMPORTER AND
Dealer in Paints. Oils. Tarnishes. Mixed Painta and
fainter s supplies.
Sole Agent for tbe Celebrated Averill Chemical Mixed
Faint, ready for use These popular paints bars teen sue
cessfully introduced into these Kingdom for the past four
years, and have established a reputation lor fast color and
durability, superior to any other paint ever nsed.
Paints mixed ready lor use of any Tint, Shade or Color, and
supplied in quantities 10 suit and shipped to any part of lb
Partlea desiring to do their own Painting can be aupplied
with the required quantity and celo, and the nse of the neces
sary brushes, etc.
Orders from the other Islands. Plantations, etc., respectfully
solicited and satisfaction guarantee!. julO 6m
Importer & Home Manufacturer of Candies
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
No. 112 Fort Street, Just Above Hotel St.,
Has Just made large additions to his establishment, and I
O'j prepared to furnish to the trade, the Uonolulo pub
lic, and residents on tbe other Islands, the VERY
FINEST of HOME-MADE &. IMPORTED CANDIES,
or all Descriptions, AT TERT REDUCED PRICES.
Receives Fresh Candies by every arrival, fie Gutrantee tbe
purity of his goods. THE CREAM CANDIE1
are a specialty with him. and are made by the best manu
facturers in California, and received fresh by every steamer.
Soda Water, and all kinds oflced Drinks
THE BEST ICE CREAM IN THE CITY.
The BEST BRANDS of CHOICE CIGARS always oa band.
MANUFACTORY and BAKERY,
Practical Confectioner, Pastrj Cook and Baker,
No. 15 Hate street, between Nuuana and FarL
W .C . ...if. .
WHOLE NO. 13SG.
2cttl.8 & Jf.8taurant5.
AST O R HOUSE
fill & L1C0 PARLORS
No. 76 od 7S Ilotfl Su-eMs,
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 IIOL'RS.
(JalSl) HART, BROTHERS.
IM! ATI01L HOTEL !
CONCHEE & ACHAT. PROPRIETORS.
NO. 84, HOTEL STREET, HONOLULU.
iiv 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.
may 12 81
:N"o. 62, Hotel Street.
CF THE BEST OF FOOD.
- t5- -COMPETENT COOKS,
1- ATTENTIVE WAITERS.
PROPRIETOR. L.ate Chief Steward ol
HONOLULU STEAM BAKE3Y!
E. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
PILOT. MEDIUM AND NA VV BREAD
always on hand and made to order.
Also, Water. Soda and Butter Vrackertt.
JENNY LIND CAKES. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED on the shortest notice
FAMILY BREAD, made of tbe Beat Floor, baked daily ard
always on hand.
It. . BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST DUALITY
jan 1 81
HONOtUtU SOAP WORKS.
'he Bs.ls.u of ike aoore concern having
been transferred to
T. W. RAWLINS,
He hereby gives notice that the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. SOFT SOAP always on hand.
Will bny beef, mutton and soap greaae, and solicits
consignments of the same from the other
jalO Islands. 81
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
BEST QUA LIT V OF PA I Al MANUFACTURED
constantly. All orders filled with dispatch.
Jan 1 81
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkeys.
KlJfU STREET. HONOLULU.
Ian 1 81
W A IM T E D
IT TO BE KNOWN THAT
J. WILLIAMS & CO., 102 Fort st.,
(r? accessor, to M. Dickson.)
ARE PREPARED TO DO FIRST-CLASS
WORK OF ALL KINDS.
Special Attention given to Children !
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO
ALL KINDS OF LARGE WORK !
MINIATURE TO LIFE SIZE !
Either in Crayon, Water Colors. Indit Ink or Oil,
Photos Colored, etc.
We employ FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS, doing work equal to
that of the best Galleries or San Francisco and at less cost.
A great variety of Island Views, Curiosities. Shell and
Coral from all parts of tbe Pacific. Hawaiian Sea Uo.se and
Ferns, Latest Style ol Frame. Passepartout and Mats eon
atantly en band.
XT Charge reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed,
ell ly J. WILLIAMS it CO., Proprietors.
I HAVE RECEIVED AND NOW OFFER
for sale, bundle HOOP IRON of the following sixes: 2i
2x1-10, lixl-18. Also, on nana and mr aale,
Eastern Shooks, Molasses Barrels, all sizes
Sugar Kegs, &c. Made to Order.
J. II. BRUNS,
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21 l.l:r. (io lii.'hr;..
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1 2 00 VO 00 4 00 80 OOi '4a OO
It 00)0 00 4a 00. la OO loc oo
IT Advertiser rrsidttir In Ihe Issirta Untied aiatra. i
pxy for their cards l eirksiii Jreenl.ack or l olled Viaie
Paitaite Ptaonpe for such anttatit as ihrt wiah ta par tLetr
cards tll t iDserled as rr above table, for lbs Uaa paid to
(7 Business Cards, arlirn rtirna roa A Vtia, ar
allowed a discount from these ratrs, srhlrb are for traatieat
adrertiaementa wbea paid or rbartvd quarterly.
Stnrla copies of Iba Aoriinm. Tra Cents wbea charged
Fiftrea Cents) by tbe doarn. One Dolavr.
INSUKAM'E COMPANY (Limited.)
Subicribed Capital (Cl.ooo.oooi $5,000,000
rIIK AUOVF. COM PA X T HAVE NOW
" estublirhed an AGkNCY lure, and are prepared to take
RISK on property of EVallY DESCRIPTION within I bo.
J. T. WATERHOUSE, Jr.,
se9 3m Agent.
THE NEW YORK
LIFE INUHAXCi: C03IPANY.
ORGAXIZED PI RELY Ml'Tl'AL.
Surplua .jM-. 10,000.000
THE Xi:V YORK LIFE IXSIRAUE C03IPAXY
baa been doing business fur thlrtjr-sercn years, and was aevsr
so strong and prosperous as now. It oilers to I hose desiring
A COMBIXATIOX OF AOVAXTALES
which only long exerience, a large and well established baa!
nesa, and carefully perfected plans and methods can afford.
Among these advantage are:
Induration nt Low Coat,
INVERT DESIRA llT.E FORM OF POLICY
mJA Issued, some with advantages offered hy no alher Cam.
pany. Apply to
C. O. J3KRG3-KIi.
jy29 ly GKNl.'RAL AGENT lor Ilawallaa I.lsndl.
T H S A T Ia A IV T I .
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital of the Company At llraerva Ueit lismark
Ibeir Ke-lnsurance Companies.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF II AM UP RU
Capital of lh Company Reserve.... Relcbsmark 1,130,000
their Ke Insurance Companies, " li, 000,000
Total Relchamark 4 5,130,000
SCH WEIZEKISCHE LLOl'll
Ruck Versicherungs Gesellschaft.
Capital theCampany Franc 6,000,000
rMIE UNDERSIGNED, RENEKAL AOINTS
A of the above three companlr forth Hawaiian Island,
ar prepared to Insure lluildinars. Furniture, Merchandlaa and
Produce, Machinery. Ac, also PuRsr and Rios Mills, and ves
sels In the harbor, against loss or damage by fir, on I lie aj.ost
H. HACKFEI.D& OC.
MARINE ISURANCEJO, OF BERLIK,
GENERAL INSURANCE CO., OF BERLIN.
riMIE AllOVE INSURANCE COMPANIES
R bave eslablichcd a General Afncy here, and th uadt-r
signed, General Agents, are authorised to tak
Risks against the Danger of the Seal at the laott
Reasonable Kali, and on the Jlo.t
apl ly P. A. rtCIIAEPKR h Co.. General AteaU.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
riMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING KkEN
ApMfnted Agents ol the above Company, ar prepared
to insure risks aeainat Are, on Nlono and Uriels linllda
luaja, ami on Merrbnndiae atored tbrrtin, on th mast
favorable term. For particular apply at I he office of
apl ly F. A. bCHAEFER A CO.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND E DIN It Ii IK; .
CAPITA L 1I.OOO.OOU
Aremaulnlrd and Inrcaied Fond. I.OOT.S4
TM!E UNDERSIGN E D HAVE BEEN AP
I POINTED AGENTS for the Sandwich l.lanaa.and ar
authorised in Insure against Fir upoo favorable terms.
Risk, taken in any part of the Islands on ero.si.D W Don
as Huildinirs.and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling lloaae
and Furniture. Timber. Coals, Chips In harbor with or witbowt
cargo or under repair.
Jan I 81 ED. H J'PeCHI AKGER CO.
II A M I1URG-M A G D EUU ICG
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
BUILDINGS, MERCIIANDIME, FUKNI
ture and Machinery insured against Fir on th saesl
A. . .7 J3IC agent f..r tb Hawaiian Island.
Jan 1 81
ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
CJ LIM1TED LIABILITY.
FIRE INSURANCE or all description will b
efiected at Moderate Kale of Premium, by tha nnderigod.
WM. G. IRWIN A rn
ap2,81 ly dmyl Manager for tbe Hawaiian Island.
xi in: yv 13 OI'FIOU,
50 WALL STREET, NEW YORK
'Ml E ABOVE COM PANV HAVING' E-
tablisbed an Agency at Honolulu, for th Ilawallaa 11.
ands. tbe undersigned is authorised to accept and writ
Merchandise, Freights. Treasure,
missions, and Hulls.
At current Rates.
WM. C. IRWIN & CO.,
no5 ly dmyl Manager for tb Hawaiian Island.
swiss lloyeT MARINE INS. CO.,
'MIE UNDERSIGNED IS AUTHORIZED
I TO INSURE -
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
TO ALL PARTS OF T1IE WORLD
COASTERS. BT SPECIAL. PERMISSION
Oo the st Favorable Term.
WM. O. IRWIN A CO..
anl'81 dmyl Manager for the Hawaiian Island.
XT INT I
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
OF NEW ZEALAND.
HAVING ESTABLISHED AN AGENCY
at Honolulu, for th. Hawaiian l.l.nd.fib. andned
are prepared to accept risks against fire in dwellings, atoraa.
warehouse and merchandise, on lavorabl terma. Marine rlaka
on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and oomralssiana.
Lonara nronspily ndju.trd and nay a bio aioro.
Janl 81 dmyl wu, 0- irWIN at CO.