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HAWAIIAN
GAZETTE
PUBLISHED
Every Wednesday Horning,
AT 8MX PER
Mailed to Foreign Snbaerlbrra at $7.00.
Office On Merchant street, west of
BOOK AND JOB
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT I
THE "GAZETTE" 0171CB
Is now prrpartd to cxecnie all order fbr
no" 'ID jjiey riim.
OF ETrsr .DESCMPTIOS,
WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH
the Post Office, Honolulu, H. I. j
Printed and iroblished by J. Mott SMTH. at the j TT AT T"VT T"V "I A '
OorernmrDt IMntlng Offlce, to whom 11 btulaw. V I I I . IV - A I I I i- r
communlcmUou. intut t dJrwi. ' w 1J' At "V'
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22, 1868.
$6.00 PER YEAR.
tic
BUSINESS NOTICES.
BIcCOLOAN As JOHNSON,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
FORT STEEET, HONOLULU,
10 Oppoalle T. C. Heuch'a. fly
IRA RICHARDSON,
EUPORXEIt AND dealer
IN BOOTS, SHOES & GENTLEMEN'S FUR
NISHING GOODS,
Corner of Fort aud Merchant Streets,
SJ IIOXOL,ULTJ, II. I. ly
LANGLEY, CBOWELL & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists,
Cor. Bntlcry and Clay Streets,
SAS FRANCISCO, CAL.
C-3m
EDWIN JONES,
OEOCER AST) SHIP CHANDLER,
Lnliziinr, Muni.
Money and Recruits furnished to ships on
6-ly favorable terms.
T1IEO. II. DAV1ES,
(late Janton, Green Art,.,
IMPORTER A COMMISSION MERCHANT
agest ron
Lloyds' and the Liverpool Underwriters,
Northern Assurance Company, and
British and Foreign Marine Insurance Co.
3-ly
2. W. iUVDKEWS,
MACIIINSSX,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellowi' HaU.
Gives particular attention to the repair of
Fire Arms, Sewing Machines, k Locks.
Dratcingt of Machinery, d'e, wade to Order.
50-tf
C. n. LEWEKS.
J. G. DICKSON.
Ziewers & Dickson,
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealers in Lumber and Building
Materials. Fort, King and Merchant streets,
Honolulu. 25-ly
J. 8. WALKER.
S. C. ALLEN.
WALKER & ALLEN,
Shipping and Commission
MERCHANTS.
19-tf HONOLULU, II. I.
L. L. TORBERT,
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND
OF BUILDING MATERIAL.
Office Corner Queen and Fort Streets.
13-ly
Bolles & Co.,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Queen Street, particular attention paid to the
purchase and sale of Hawaiian i'roduce.
REFERS BT PKKX ISSION TO
C. A. Williams A Co., I C. Brewer A Co.,
Castle A Cooke, II. Hackfeld A Co.,
D. C. Waterman, I C. L. Richards A Co.,
2-ly
George G. Howe,
Sealer in Redwood and Northwest Lumber,
Shingles, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Nails,
Faints, etc
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade. S6-ly
SIRS. J. II. BLACK,
Fancy M1H1ner,
"FORT ST., BETWEEN KING & HOTEL.
Bonnets maae up and trimmed In the latest
styles. (Stamping, Braiding and Em
broidering, executed to order.
S. Savidge,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN PROVISIONS
AND COMMISSION MERC HAT.
AOEST FOR THE
Haiku Sugar Company,
gale cf Kawaihae Potatoes.
Fort Street, Honolulu. 5-ly
F. A- SCMAEFER & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HONOLULU, n. L (33-W
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.,
IMPORTERS b COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Honolulu, Oabu, II. I. 4-1 j
A. S. Clegliorii,
"WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN GEN
ERAL MERCHANDISE,
Fire-proof Store, corner of Queen and Kaahu-
manu Streets.
Retail Establishment on Nuuanu Street.
-ly
Theodore c. Heticlc,
IMPORTER & COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 1-ly
II. Ilackfeld Ac Co.,
.GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Honolulu, Oahu, S. I. 8-ly
J. D. WICKE,
Acent for tlie Bremen Board
of CndervrrltcrB.
All average claims against said Underwriters,
occurring in or about this Kingdom, will
have to be certified before me. 7-ly
Cliuiig liooii,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND GENERAL
"AGENT,
AGENT rOR THE
Pankaa and Amauulu Sugar Plantations.
Importer of Teas and other Chinese and For
eign Goods, and Wholesale Dealer in Ha
waiian Produce, at the Fire-proof Store,
ITuuanu Street, below King. 21-1 y
i Along & Acluick,
Importers, 'Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
General Merchandise and China Goods,
Fire-prool Store in Nuuanu Street, under the
Public Hall. 43-tf
W3I. SYAiV.
VAXIETY STORE No. 2,
Alaunaltea Street,
All kinds of Merchandise and Groceries.
39-1
JEWELER AND ENGRAVER
SIR. J. COSTA
Is now prepared to execute with promptness
all work in his line of business, such as
Watch and Clock Repairing,
Manufacturing Jewelry,
And Engraving.
Shop on Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows'
HalL 61-5m
.BUSINESS NOTICES.
IIY3LVN BROTHERS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots
and Shoes, and every variety of Gentle
men's Superior Famishing Goods.
Store knon asi Capt. Snow's Building
3IKKCH1XT Htuxt, Honolulu. Oahu.
E. M. VAN REED,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
KANAGAWA.
Having the best facilities through an intimate
connection with the Japanese trade lor tne
put eight years, is prepared to transact any
business entrusted to his care, with dispatch.
17-tf j
E. I. ADAMS,
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
Fire-Proof Store, Robinson's Building, Queen
Street, Honolulu. 1-ly
JOHN S. McCREW, M. D.,
PHYSICIAN fc SURGEON.
OFFICE-Over Dr. E. IIoITnianii'a
Drug Store, corner of Kaahumanu and
Merchant sts., opposite the Post Office.
Residence on Chaplain Street, between Fort
and Nuuann Streets.
Orricc Hocrs from 8 to 10 x. from 3
to 5 r. it. (13-ly
George Miller,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Honolulu, II. I.
Shop on the Esplanade, opposite Court House.
SO-tf
C. S. BARTOW,
ATJCTIOrXEjEH.
Sales-Room, Queen Street, one door from
Kaahumanu Street. 17-ly
JOHN SC. PA 17,
NOTARY PUBLIC
And Commissioner of Seeds
FOll HIE STATE OF CALIFORNIA.
Office at the Bask of Bishop A Co.
2-ly
J. MONTGOMERY
CONTINUES TO PRACTICE AS A
Solicitor, Attorney, and Proctor in the
Supreme Court, in Law, Equity, Admiralty,
Probate and Divorce. 3-3 1
H. A. WIDEMANN,
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office at the Ixterior Department.
My
J. P. HUGHES,
Importer and 'Manufacturer
OP ALL KINDS' OP SADDLEKY.
Carriage Trimming done with neatness and
dispatch. All orders promptlyattended to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets, Honolulu.
10-ly
SAMUEL C. WILDER,
SUGAR PLANTER.
Post-OEce address, "Wiluer Plantation,"
7-tf) Kualoa, Oahu.
NEVILLE & BARRETT,
Planters & General Store Keepers
KEOPUKA, S. KONA, HAWAII.
(Near Kcalakekua Bay.)
Island produce bought. Ships supplied tftth
w ood, Jieel ana otner nccssanes.
Agent at Honolulu A. S. Clegiior.
11-ly
CHAUNCEY C. BENNETT,
Dealer in Newspapers, Magazines, Period
icals, etc.
Fort Street, near King,
Honolulu. 19-tf
M. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS' AND WHOLESALE
Dealers in Fashionable Clothing
Hats, Cops, Boots and Shoes.and every variety
of Gentlemen's superior furnishing goods.
STORE IN MAKEE'S BLOCK,
Qureii Street, Honolulu, Onllll.
10-tf
SHiaXAV FECE.
H. A. P. CABTIS.
C BKEWEIl &; CO.
COMMISSION AND SHIPPING
TsIER.Cir.AlVT 3,
Honolulu. Oahu, II. I.
AGENTS or the Iloston and Honolulu
I'acket Line.
AGENTS For (he JInUre, 'Walluku and
Hana Plnntatlona.
AGEXTS For th Purchase and Sale of
Island Prodnce.
REFER TO
John M. Hoob, Esq New York.
Ciias. Briswek & Co. I T,,.l(
Jab. Hukkkwell, Eaq. Boston.
J. C. Merrill & Co. 1
K. S. Swain & Co. V San Francisco.
Ciias.TiValcotBbooks.Esi;. ) 5-ly
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Importer and Maker of all Kinds of
SADDLERY, HARNESS. &c
Carriages trimmed with neatness and dis
patch. All repairs done with care and
promptness.
EIIOP ON FORT STREET,
Next door to J. M. Smith & Co's Dreg Store.
N. B. A clibce lot of Ladies Superior
Saddles on hand. 43
J. H. THOMPSON,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH
HONOLULU, II. I.
HAS CONSTANTJVY
on hand and for sale, a good
assortment of
BEST REFINED BAR LEON!
ALSO
Best Blticksmilli'ft Coal,
At the Lowest Market Prices SS-ly
M. RAP1.EE,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION AGENT,
Office with E. P. Adams, Esq.,
(ICEEX STREET, HONOLULU.
urtas it rxunssnn to
Oen. Morgan L. Smith, C.tMmrs. C. Brewer 1 Co.
8. ConsaL iMossra. Walker Allen.
Haura. Richards A Co. Je. P. Adams, Eaq.
SUGAR, & MOLASSES.
1S0S 1808
18 6 8
KILO, II. I.
Sugar and Molasses.
CROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
Quantities to Suit purchasers, by
WALKER A ALLEN,
6-6m Agents.
ONOMEA PLANTATION.
Suffiir and 3IoInic- Crop 1S08
CtOMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTI-
ties to suit purchasers, by
WALKER A, ALLEN,
3-6m Agents.
PRINCEVILLE PLANTATION.
Si:"iir- mid MoIsisnCN Crop IKON
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTI
ties to suit purchasers, by
WALKER A ALLEN,
3-6m Agents.
WAILUKU PLANTATION.
iVEW CROP
TUOIV COMING IN.
S For sale bv
51-om C. BREWER & Co., Ag'ts.
jIAKEE
PLAMAT10K.
JSEW CHOP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
NOW COMING IN.
For sale by
51-3m C. BREWER & Co., Agents.
nay s'auo, J. c. vtaaru,
PortUnd. San Francisco.
M'CRAKEN, MERRILLS CO,,'
Forwarding- and
C0JIJIlSSJ0i JlEUCIIAtVTS
PORTLAND, OREGON.
HAYING been engaged in our
present business for upwards of seven
yeas, and being located in a Fire-proof Brick
Building, we are prepared to receive and dis
pose of Island Staples, such as Sugar, Rice,
Syrups, Puiu, Cofiee, etc., to advantage.
Consignments especially solicited for the Ore
gon Market, to which personal attention will
be paid, and upon which, cash advances will
be made when required.
REFERENCES
Chas. W. Brooks & Co., - - San Francisco.
Aldrich. Merrill & Co., ... "
Fred. Ikcn "
Badger fc Lindenberger, - - "
Jas. Patrick A Co., - ,- - "
W. T. Coleman A Co., - - -
Stevens, Baker A Co., - - -
Allen A Lewis, ------ Portland.
Ladd A Tilton, ------ "
Leonard A Green, ----- "
S. Savidge, ------- Honolulu.
l-3m
Ji'O. jsott. sah'l sott.
John Nott & Co.,
COPPER & TIN SMITHS,
rpiAKE PLEASUltK IN ANNOUNC
JL ing to. the public that they are prepared
to furnish all kinds of Copper Work, consist
ing in part, of STILLS, STRIKE PAXS,
SOIiGHAit fAXS, WORMS, PUMPS, dVe.
Also on hand, a full assortment of Tis
Ware, which we offer for sale at the lowest
market prices.
ALL K1XDS OF REPAIRIXG DOXE
WITH XEATXESS AXD DISPATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet
with prompt attention.
Kaahumanu Street, one door ab ive Flit-
ner's. Jl-3m
G. W. NORTON & CO.
COOPERS AND GATJGERS,
AT THE NEW STAND
ON TH'J ESPJL.ANADE.
(jpp WE AliE PREPARED TO
fgpyt attend to
ALL WORK xxr our uxtn
At the Shop next to the Custom House, where
we can be found at all working hours.
WE HATE OS UASB AXD FOR SALE
OIL CASKS AND BARRELS,
Of diHerent sizes, new and old, which we will
sell at the very
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
All work done in a thorough manner, and
warranted to give satisfaction.
All kinds of Coopering Materials and Coopers'
Tools for Sale. ia-3m
PHOTOGRAPHS !
C1ARTES de YIS1TE,
I Larger Pliolojraplis,
Copying: unrf Enlarging,
Retouching done in the best manner, and on
the most reasonable terms.
Also for sale, Photographs of the Craters
KILAUfctA AND HALEAKALA,
And other Islands Scenes.
The KINGS KAMEHAMEHA, &c,
At the Gnllery Fort Street.
II. L. CHASE.
P. S. Having purchased the Portrait Neg
atives from Mr. Weed, duplicates can be had
by those persons wishing for the same.
Sl-3m 11. L. C.
KONA COFFEE !
Constantly on Hand and for Sale in Quanti
ties to Suit.
THE UJVDEUSIGXED IXFOR3IS
the public that he is prepared to fnrnish
Choice and Well Dried ICona Coffee,
Having the agency of the following parties in
Kona :
Messrs. Neville A Barrett, Keopnka.
H. N. Geeeswell. North Kona.
D. Moxtgoxekt, Kailna.
G. H. Sfaclsixq, Kahalnn.
16-ly A. S. CLEGHORN.
SPERM & WHALE OIL,
CONSTANTLY ON HAN D AND FOR
sala by the
CASK, BARRELOR GALLON
At (l-3m) BO LLCS A CO.'S. '
INS. COMPANIES.
Merchants' Mutual
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
THE undersigned having been ap
pointed Agents for the above Company,
are prepared to issue policies on Cargoes,
Freights and Tbeascre.
WALKER A ALLEN,
19-tf Agents, Honolulu.
California Insurance Company.
THE Undesigned, AGENTS
of the above Company, have beet author
ized to insure risks on CARGO, FBEIGHT
and TREASURE, by COASTERS, frtm Hono
lulu to all ports of the Hawaiian Group, aad
vice versa. U. UACKFELD A CO.
8-ly
IIAMBURG-RREMEN
Fire Insurance Company.
THE Dudcrxigned, AGENTS
for the above Cumpany, are prepared to
insure risks against lire in and abont Hono
lulu. For particulars, applv at the ofiicc.
5-ly MELCHERS A CO.
SAN FRANCISCO
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
THE undersigned litvriuglieen
appointed agents fur the San irancisco
Board of Underwriters, representing the
California Insui-aitce Company,
Slerclianta1 Slutnal Mnilnr Iita.Co
Iaclllc Insurance Company.
California Lloyd', and
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Beg leave to inform Masters of Vessels and
the pablicLirenerallv. that all losses Fnstalned
by Vessels and Cargoes, insured by cither of
tne udovc companies, against penis oi tne
seas and other risks, at or near the several
Sindwich Islands, iriK tare to be verified by
them.
51-3 IT. HACKFELD & CO.
H. W. SIVE&A5CE.
C E. CIAEE.
SEVERANCE, CLARK & CO.,
Coinmission Merchants
SHIPPING AGENTS,
San IVancisco, Cain.
We vill attend to the sale of Sugar, and alt
kinds of Island Produce, also to the purchas
ing and forwarding of Merchandise.
Cash Advance! made on Comlgn
12 ments. 6m
JAMES L. LEWIS,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
AT THE OLD STAXVTD,
Corner of King and Bethel Sts.
stocK or OIL
SHOOKSand
all kinds of
COOPERING MATERIALS !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
ne hopes, by attention to business, to merit
a continuance of the patronage which he has
heretofore enjoyed, and forwhich he nowre-
turus uis manKS. ol-am
EUREKA HOTEL 2
ANI RESTAURANT.
DDEHAMi0BINS0N
WOULD respectfully inform his
friends and the public that he is fully
prepared to carry on this business on the most
approved style, and respectfully solicits a share
oi patronage.
Xeatly Furnished Itoomi lo Let upon
Reasonable Tcrnu. 17-Cm
VOLCANO HOUSE.
CHATEE OF XILATJEA. HAWAII.
gTHIS ESTAIILISII3IEXT ISjO.
Lia-now open for the reception of visitorsCi'
to the Volcano, who may rely on finding com
fortable rooms, a good table, and prompt at
tendance. Experienced guides for the Crater
always in readiness.
STEAM. AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired.
CIIAKGKS HEASONATILK.
Parties visiting the Volcano via Ililo, can
procure animals warranted to make the Jour
ney, by D. H. HiicncocK, Esq., Ililo. 33-ly
BELLE VHE LODGE,
1028 Stockton Street, San Francisco.
Apartments Furnished and Unfurnished.
rpiIIS Splendid House, favorably
JL Known, two olocks from tne Plaza, is
particularly patronized by families. The ap
artments have all the latest improvements,
and command a beautiful view of the Bay. A
magnificent garden adorns the centre of the es
tablishment and is for the use cf the guests,
gymnasium tor the children.
The eating department is conducted by one
of the best cooks on the Coast.
Price Moderate and Careful Attendance
35-Sm
1867. 1867. 1867.
1868. 1868.
fTUIE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE
JL prepared this fall and coming spring to
supply whaleships with
BEST QUALITY IRISH POTATOES AND
Rest Quality- Firewood !
At as low rates as any other Foit in the Ha
waiian Islands.
NEVILLE A BARRETT,
33-Cm Kealakekna Bay, Hawaii.
GEORGE WILLIAMS,
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
CONTINUES tlie buwinestt on
his old plan of settling with ofjeers and
seamen immediately on their shipping at his
office. Having no connection, either direct or
indirect, with any outfitting establishment,
and allowing no debts to be collected at his
office he hopes to give as good satisfaction in
the future as he has in the past.
-greOffice on Jas. Robinson A Co.'s Wharf,
near the U. S. Consulate.
Honolulu, March 27, 2867. 51-3m
For Sale Cheap !
A NEW BOHiEB
OF 10-IIOltSE POWER WITH
complete filings, warranted new and
with all the latest improvements, to be had at
a low figure at
21-tf Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER A CO.
LEGAL iOTI(JES.
Executors' Notice.
ALL persons having claims against
the estate of Kauhola, (k) deceased, lute
of Honolulu, arc requested to present the same,
and all those indebted to the estate, to make
payment to the undersigned on or before the
1st day of September next.
R. H. STANLEY,
Solicitor for Her Majesty Queen Emma' aad
Manae Kauhola, (w) Executors under the
will of Kauhola, (k) deceased.
Honolulu March 31, 1SGS. 11-lm
NOTICE.
THE AMOUNT OF PERSONAL PROP
ERTY of George Washington Walker,
late of Makawao, in the Island of Maui, car
penter, deceased, which remained in the hands
of the administrator after paying debts and in-
"cidental charges, has been paid into the Ha
waiian Treasury by order of the Circuit Conrt.
It will be repaiSa3ny person who can prove
a lawful title thereto, subject to deductions for
any expenses wbith may accrue.
STEPHEN II. PHILLIPS,
7-2m Minister of Finance ad interim.
Administrator's Notice.
In the matter of the Ettate of her late Royal
JUghnea I ictorta A, AaaAuntanu, ileeeattd.
-VT"OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN BY
JN the undersigned, toe administrator of
the above named estate, to all persons now in
possession of any of the real property belong
ing to said estate, by lease or otherwise, and
indebted theretor, or may hereafter become in
debted to said estate for rent or other indebt
edness, that all payments must be made to the
undersigned, who is totelu authorized and cm
powered to receive and collect the same and
receipt therefor. And all persons are forbid
den in any manner to trespass upon, or in any
wise interfere with, or exercise any control or
management or said estate, or any part or par
eel thereof. JNO. 0. DOMINIS.
Sole Adm'r of estate of V. K. Kaahnmann.
Honolulu, March 10, 1863. S-3in
Hawaiian Rice
ptOOEIE and EXTRA. For
KJ sale In quantities to snlt by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
ill!
30-ly
Agent Honolulu Rice MllL
Hawaiian Leather.
C OLE and Saddle Leather,
IsJ tanned goat, skins, for sale by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
30-ly Agent Waimea Tannery.
Chemical Oil Soap.
TTIOR SALE BY
JD (34)
BOLLES A CO.
VERY SUPERIOR
COEV3IRIA RIVER
RED SALMON!
In barrels or half barrels, for sale by
30-tf CASTLE A COOKE,
Bazaar of Fashions
NEW AND LATEST STYLES OF
GOODS !
BY EVERY STEAMER.
THE
Finest, Largest and Rest
SELECTED STOCK
ON THE
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
HIMA1V BROS.,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE
DEALERS IN
AMERICAN CLOTHING, BOOTS,
SHOES, HATS, CAPS, GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS,
YANKEE NOTIONS, .
VALISES, TRUNKS,
ETC., ETC., ETC,
BEG riESPECTFULLY
To inform their friends and the publio at
large, that they will always keep the above
mentioned articles to suit the trade
their importations being direct
from the Eastern States, and
by careful selections are
enabled to sell at
PEICES TO SUIT THE HUES.
Great care will be taken to suit all
purchasers, and hope to merit'
a share of the public
patronage.
K. B.-Masters of Whaleships and Merchants
from the surrounding Islands please take
notice, you will find it to yonr advantage to
to call at our Store and examine our Stock.
HYMAN BROS.,
Capt. Snow's Building,
Merchant St., Honolulu, H. I.
13-
PianosTuned.
PIANOS AND OTHER MUSICAL IN
STRUMENTS Tnnnl nnA Ru,1rl k
CHAS. DERBY, at the Theatre. '
A-CTsoDs given on tno flano and Guitar.
Best of reference given. 51
NEW, NEWER, NEWEST,
Books! Books! Books!
AT
BENNETT'S NEWS DEPOT,
WnERE YOU WILL ALSO FIND
BLANK BOOKS of every descrip
tion, from a 12 cent Pass-Book to a"Mo
rocco bound Ledger.
Large and small cap paper, ass'd sizes.
Commercial Note-Paper,Xadies do.,
Fine Overland Mail-Paper, Bill-Paper,
Large and small, Mourning-Paper,
Buff and White Envelopes,
Ladies' Note open-end Envelopes,
Diaries for 186S.
Standard Works on the War,
Newspapers from the United States and
Europe, in various languages.
Harpers' and Leslie's Publications,
Chimney Corner, in monthly parts,
Wavcrly Magazine, in monthly parts,
Lo Bon Ton of Paris Fashions,
Madame Dcmorest's Mirror of Fashions,
Godey's Ladies' Book,
Novels by Every Steamer,
Noveletts, American Miscellany,
Gleason's Pictorial, monthly parts,
Spanish A English Dictionaries,
High A Common School Dictionaries,
Pens and Pencils, Black and Blue Ink,
Fine Cigars, Fine Cut and Plug Tobacco
Both Chewing and Smoking,
Charts, and Steel Engravings,
Cutlery, Guitar and Violin Strings,
All for sale as cheap as at any other place in
this city, by
C. C. BENNETT,
8-tf 73, Fort Street.
Golden Gate Mills Flour.
EXTRA PA3IILY t BAKER'S EXTRA
AXD SUPERFINE !
RECEIVED by every Packet direct
from the Mill. Our customers can rely
on having the very best article of Flour, at
low prices. 12 BOLLES A CO.
Laiini Charcoal.
BEST FOR IRONING. For Sale
by
45-tf WALKER A ALLEN.
Anchors and Chains.
ANCHORS WEIGHING FROJI 300
lbs. to 1,100 lbs. ; Chains, sizes from
1-8 to 7-8 inch, for sale by
3-td BOLLES A CO.
Lewis' True Lemon Syrup.
EOR SALE BY
(31)
BOLLES A CO.
Salt Water Soap
tN 14-Ib and 50-lb boxes, for: sale by
(34) BOLLES A CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED
OFFER FOR SALE
EX LATE ARRIVALS FROBL
NEW BEDFORD, BREMEN,
CALIFORNIA,
VANCOUVER'S ISLAND & KAMSCHATKA
Tne Following;
ASSORTMENT OF. GOODS!
AT LOW PRICES I
gNGLISH PRINTS & MUSLINS,
Turkey red cloth, Victoria lawns,
Blue drill, glazed lining,
Black coburgs and alpacas,
All descriptions of clothing,
Calico, hickory and woolen shirts ;
Mosquito netting,
Turkish bathing towels.
Cotton bncbabuck towels,
Blue flannels.
Jaconet and silk corah handkerchiefs,
Socks and stockings.
Whalemen's slops.
Galvanized iron water pipes couplings
Tin plates, ingots of tin.
Sheet line, knives and forks.
Sailor's pocket knives.
Fine knives and sciuors,
Muntz's yellow metal sheeting,
3Iuntz's composition nails,
.English, American and French saddles,
for ladies and men ;
American bridles and bits,
Burlaps, canvass, tail twine.
Bunting, Shepherd's long shawls.
Ladies' dress goods,
Black and blue broadcloth,
Cashmeres, silk umbrellas,
Cotton and nnion pants stuff,
Ivory and horn eombs.
Ladies' trimmed hats,
Gent's felt hats, gold leaf,
Wrapping and printing paper,
Portland cement, fire bricks.
Blacksmith's coal, rifle powder.
New strong oak barrels,
Stockholm pitch, hide poison.
Coasters strong oak boats.
Havana and German Clsfara,
Claret, Rhfnn Wine,
HOLLAND GUT, AND CHAMPAGNE,
Hanter'a Extra Prime Pork,
Cases Lobsters and Asaort'd Jleats,
Planters hoes, garden hoes.
Ax handles, oak planks,
Cedar boat boards, hatchets.
New Bedford whale line,
Boots and shoes, fence wire.
Cut tad Chewing Tohaeeo, various kinds,
BSD AXD WHITE IALX03,
In casks, barrels and half barrels, for planta
tion and family nse.
100 toxta Antbraeita Steam Coat,
Afullasaor'f nflloop Iron aAd Rivets
at very low prices.
A small lot of Oregon Sugar Keg Shooki.
3r Orders respectfully solicited.
H. HACKFELD A CO.
Honolulu, Not. 9,1867. 43-tf
Miscellaneous Item
The recent cold weather in New Orleans
has killed the bananas, turning the fruit from
a brilliant green, to black.
The Captain of a ferryboat on a Western
river, was ask-jd by a frightened lady passen
senger, "If people were ever lost by these
boats?" He gave the encouraging reply,
"Not often, ms?am; wc generally find them
afterward by dragging the river."
The U. S. Naval force of the racifie coast
consists of two squadrons the North Pacific
and the South Padflc composed of seven-
teen ships in active service, carrying one ban-
area ana twenty-six guns, witn an aggregate
tonnage ot 17,0u3 tons.
A rowEHFUL Iron-clad, called the King
Wdllam, has jnst been finished In England
for the Prussian government. She measures
6,000 tons, aud carries a battery of tweuty-
six suu-pounders, all orcccn-ioaaers, capa
ble of being fired as often as twice in a min
ute. She can make fourteen knots an hour.
A pooh woman and her child lately settled
In a western city, and were greatly In need of
food. The child seeing achicken in the back
yard, wanted to kill It, and have a pot-pie.
" No, no," said the mother, " that would be
wicked, and God would surely punish you."
"Then," said the youngster, looking up,
" let's move back to New York; there ain't
any God there."
Little Manr was dlscnsslncr the creat
.hereafter with her mamma, when the foUow-
ing ensuca:
" Mamma, will you go to heaven when you
die."
" Yes, I hope so, my child."
" Well, I hope I'll go, too, or yon'll be
lonesome."
"Oh, yes, and I hope your papa will go,
too." '
"Oh, no, papa can't go. no can't leave
leave tne store !"
Value of Land ix Pabis. A table pub
lished in the MonMeur shows that the highest
price of land n Paris Is generally for places
in the neighborhood of the theatres. Thus,
the various sites near the Theatre Francals,
either in the Rue Richelieu, the Avenue
Napoleon, or the Place in front have fetched
per square metre l.OoOf., l,200f and even 1,
ISOOf. Near the New Opera the figures have
varied from COOf. to l,040t, the new Vaude
ville from l.OOOf. to l,350f.;the Galte from
450C and upwards.
TnE Right Kind or Rei.igio.v. " I want,"
says Uncle Nick, and wc ail want a rellgon
that not only bears on the sinfulness of sin,
but on. the rascality of lying and stealing a
religion that banishes all small stalls, pebbles
from cotton bugb, sand from sugar, chicory
from coffee, alum from bread, lard from milk
cans. The religion that Is to advance the
world, says Uncle Nick, " will not nut all
the big strawberries and peaches on the top
and all the bad ones at the bottom. It will
not offer more baskets of foreign wines than
the vineyards overproduced in bottles."
Cubiocs U. S. Government Suit. One
of the cases to be tried before the U. 3. Cir
cuit Court is one against Albert Cook, and
others, the United States being plalntlfT.
Mr. Cook was Postmaster of bis village, in
Kendall County, for a time, but becoming
tired of it, resigned his position ; his resig
nation being accepted, orders were sent for
him to send his postage stamps and nccounta
by express to headquarters. He did so, but
shortly after received notice that the account
was eight cents short, to which he paid no
attention. Seeing a notice that himself and
bondsmen were Implicated in a snlt, he at
once hurried to Chicago, and employing
counsel, went to the court room and found
that the Postmaster-General had sued him
for the eight cents. He further discovered
that the clerk's cost had reached ten dollars,
and the State Attorney's, five dollars, and
that tho Marshal was preparing to visit him
at Kendall County, wliich would add twenty
dollars more to the costs. Mr. Cook confess
ed judgment, paid costs and left Chicago.
The Cuba Scoar Cnor. The following is
a complete record of the sugar produced in
Cuba, and exported during tho past year.
Spence's report saye:
" By basing our calculations on the total
exports on sugar and molasses from the isl
and, without taking Into consideration the
small stocks of these staples remaining at
the close of the year, and the Increase too
home consumption has probably had, ire
find that the prodnctlon of the cane In 1S67
gives a decrease of a little over 4 per cent,
as compared with 18CG, or 1 per cent, of
molasses, which figures show that the antici
pated deficit of the crops had been several
times over-estimated In the course of tho
year. The total exports have been 1,449.101
boxei and 413,487 hogsheads of sugar, and
07,605 hogsheads of molasses, cqnal to 530,
G6'J tons of sugar and 103,443 or molasses,
against 1,454,075 boxes, and 433,037 hogs
heads sugar end 331,343 hogsheads of molas
ses, equal to M5.63C tons and 209,803 tons,
respectively, In 1808 making the total cane
prodnce exported 724,113 tons, against 754,
444 tons in lSGO, of which amount 63,61 per
cent to the United States, 23,94 to Great
Britain, 2,43 to North of Europe., 3,30 to
France, 5,60 to Spain and Italy, and 2,23 to
other countries."
Lobti Sf aslet on Ireland. Lord Stan
ley, among other British Ministers, was com
plimented on the 23d nit, with a public ban
quet, at which, be spoke of the unhappy
state of Ireland as follows :
We have indeed, In that country, a strange
and perplexing problem to solve. I suppose
there never was a time when Englishmen of
all parties and all classes were more anxious
to give all reasonable satisfaction to Irish
demands, and even as far as can be done
withont national Injury, to humor the feel
ings and prejudices of the Irish people. The
material condition of Ireland Is not bad.
Certainly, it is far above the average of what
it has been In former years ; the peasantry
are better fed, better clothed, and better paid
than they were twenty years ugo. The mora
educated classes share absolutely, and with
out restriction, the advantages of British citi
zenship. Nothing is wanted except a little
peace and security for uncounted millions Of
British capital to pour Into that country, as
English wealth has poured into Scotland,
and as It continues every day to pour into
colonies that are separated from, us by the
breadth of the globe; yet it would be Idle
to deny that discontent is very widely spread,
that disaffection Is not nnfreqnent, and there
is a portion of the population I hope that
not a considerable portion, who regard their
connection with Englend as a burden rather
than as a benefit That Is a miserable state
of things ; and yet when we look' for a rem
edy, wfeo is there that can give us an Intelllf
glble answer? I don't undertake to do it
AUI venture to attempt Is to throw ont a few
hints, which, if they have no novelty, at least
can do no harm. In the first place, don't
let us disguise from ourselves the fact that
there Is a party and It may be a considerable
party whom no possible concessions will
eatlsry. Those who go In for a separate na
tional existence, or repeal of the Union,
which practically comes to the" same thing,
are asking for what they never can obtain,
and it Is only true kindness to tell them so In
plain terms. We will not allow the British
Empire to be Dulled to cletes in vlrtnn of
any fantastic theories, nor because some pol
iticians may have talked unadvisedly about
the sacred cause of nationality as applied to
other countries. Ireland and England are
inseparable now and forever. Then, again,
there 1 another cause of disturbance which
we mar falrlr allow for as beinellkelv to naxa
away of itself I mean the return here of
IrUh-Americana who have takes nart la tha
great civil war on the other side of the At
lantic. Every war, every great war. leave
oenina it a resiaium or men UBotted for
peaceful pursuits, full of energy and courage,
and reckless of life. Taken as a whole, and
considering the number of force engaged, I
do not think, the proportion of that class In
the United States baa been very great Still
tbereagood many of them, and wears bless
ed with the presence of sot a Aw of tbeta
t,M Thflt 1. n n.nnvnnl.... Wti. L.
- ..... .. mwBiutuM. Trana hi
the nature of things, will cot contlaae.
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