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OUEN'EY THRUM. la Hooolnlo, on Tbnreday
lltli t)T JUt. 8. C. Damon Josephs.
Gurner to Jennie E. Thrum, both of tub dir. So
The printere in the office acknowledge the very
liberal supply of cake and wine, nnd wish the jronne
couple roanr happy days, and that the hlp in which
they hate embarked together, may have a pleasant
voyage across the ocean f life.
BOXOLVLV, JUXE 17. 1BG8.
Onr xnerchanta and traders are beginning to com
plain of the dnll tinin which this season of the year
is always snre to bring round, owing to the fact that
a large number of plantations are through grinding
for the present, which, in some degree, lessens the
anppllrs and expenses In a nnmber of ways, ond
more or less affect trade. In (be most favorable of
seasons the foreign shipping for the months of June,
Jnly and August is limited, and thus the labor, as
well as all other branches of business. Is dull.
We look fur quite a fleet of whalers this fait. Onr
port, for the recruiting of tbn whaling fleet, is, be
yond a doubt, the best in every respect outside the
port of Jfew Bedford. The adranUges of a steam
line between here and San Francisco make it more
desirable from the fact that they can get'mooey at
mere nominal rates, and provisions at San Francisco
prices, with merely the freight added. When a
vessel arrives here, should the master not be satisfied
with tbe rates for money or provisions, he baa only
tv wait thlrtysdays to get both at San Francisco
prices. This we were assured of by masters who
have been going to San FraucUco, and who have
stated that they would come here, and have credits
opened fur them at tbac place.
The ateamer Idaho sailed yeelerdsy, with a full
cargo, chiefly bag sugars.
The bark Comet Is loading, and will sail in a few
The B C Murray, under an ordinary passage, will
be due here on the 21th. We underetaud ahe has a
fnll cargo waiting for her, and quite a number of
passengers engaged, and that she will sail July 9th.
K SCO Alt. STATISTICS.
Table showing the consumption of sugar in Europe
and the United States of America during the year
leC7 (From Ills Majesty's Consul, at Havre,
France). . ,
2undt. Per head.
Oro.it Britain 1,201,828,400 33 23-100
United States 800,000,000 22M-100
Frauce S30,000,000 11 .
Zollrerein 350,700,000 10
Italy ..i...., 2,124,000 8Jf
Russia. 200,000.000 3 21-100
Spain 141.C32.O0O 8f
Austria 100,500,000 3
Netherlands sEttl. 62.000,000 15
llglum....TH5, SO.000,000 10
Turkey 48,000,000 3
Sweden and Korway 42,500,000 M
Hansaatie towns and Duchies 37,500,000 18
Portugal 30,000,000 Mi
F-oland. 27,740,000 42
SwlUerland 23,500,000 V.
Denmark 20,000,000 12$
Greece 6,300,000 S
raonccTiox oi sua&a iff tbs wobxd.
Europe, (beetroot) 1.300,000,000
North America, (maple sugar) . 60,000,000
Palm sugar 200,000,000
Cuba, (exiurts) cane sugar 1,160,000,000
West ludies 500,000,000
Java . 260,000,100
Manila, (exports) 120,000,000
French Colonies 300,000,000
East Indies 48,000,000
Queen's Laud 1,000,000
Hawaiian Island 20.000,000
Egypt, (exports) 20,000,000
Peru, (exports) 2,000,000
China, (exports) 34,400,000
Total .4, 66 5,000,000
rilULD BT CAPT. HAX1I1 SKITS, BOXOtClU.
For tUe mouth of May.
1868 ""Wind. Bar. Syia. Ther. Bain Bain
1 N moderate 30.05 2a.Stt T2-S4
2 do do 30.00 29.90 7284 .13 .18
3 do light 30.03 29.92 71 M
4 fble rainy 29.95 23.82 '71 80
6 K E light 29.98 29.88,7284 .25 .30
6 do do baffling 30.02 29.92 7284
7 Easterly light 30.00 29.90 73 85 .39 .46
8 N E light 29.98 29.89 7284 .04
9 do do 30.05 29.95 72 S4
10 do do 30.08 29.98 7284
11 do -do 29.98 29.88172-4 1.98 2.12
12 do moderate 23.95 29.86 7280 .08 .10
13 do light 29.96 29.861282 .10 .14
14 do do 29.98 29.87 72 84 .02
15 N K E light 30.02 29.91 69 62
16 N E ' do 30.06 29.90 70 82
17 do fresh 30.10 30.00 7082 .29 .35
18 do squally 30.08 29.96 71 .03
19 do moderate 30.05 29.96 7288 .09 .13
20 Vole and light 30.02 23.91 72-84
21 Southerly I'tv'ble 30.00 29.91 72-831
22 do da do 30.00 29.88 7284
23 V'ble and light 29.93 29.88 72-S6 .03 .06
St Southerly I'tv'ble 29.95 29.85 72841
25 do do do 30.00 29.90 72-86 .05 .10
26 Vblc and light 30.00 29.90 7384 .68 .77
27 N E moderate 30.05 29.95 73-86
28 S light and v'ble 30.03 29.98 7386
29 do do do 29.9S 29.88 7386
30 Vbls N E In aft'n 30.00 29.90 7386
31 X E moderate 130.02129.91 7386
Rain gauge kept by Dr. Judd.
Port of Honolulu, June 17.
Jnne 11 Schr Nettie Merrill, from Koloa.
SchrLillu, from Molokal.
12 Schr Kate Lee, from Makee's Landing.
Schr Active, from Onomea.
Schr Annie, from lliso.
13 Stmr Kilauea, from windward ports.
Schr Mary, from Anahola.
Schr Mary Ellen, from YTaihee.
Schr Isabella, from Kauai.
17 Schr Kamaile, from MoIokaL
Sch Kamot, from KahuluL
10 Schr Eamoi, for KahuluL
12 Schr Liliu, for MolokaL
13 Schr Settle Merrill, for Koloa.
Schr Active, llr Onomea.
15 Stmr Idaho, Connor, for San Francisco.
Str Kilauea, for windward ports.
Schr Mary Ellen, for Walbee.
Schr Mary, fur Anahola.
Foa Six FftAxasco per Idaho, June 15 Capt
Wade Browne, M Phillips, Sxkerson, 8 L Coan, I
Relnhart, S L Austin, AVm Allen, J McVean, E C
Row e and wife, Mr Marks and wife. Rev E Corwln,
Miss U E Wilder, Miss Alice Lamb,-Mr Manchung,
8 Ilyman, Dr Sekido, Teguich Yangimotu, Ogata
Tecero, I Fioher, A Lame, E D Rollins, M W Blabon,
F Deitrlch, Miss F Cadlgan. 26
Foa lax Fxaxcuco per Idaho, June 15
Beeswax, bx 1
'Castor beans, lbs. 10,881
Coffee, lbs. 548
UMes, pes. 103
Limes, No. 11,000
Lumber, (koa) ft 1,712
Molasses, pkgs 2
Sugar, lbs. 1,158,709
Value Domestic produce f78,6S7 32
" Foreign " 6247
nOWLIK mid EXTRA
vi gale In quantities to suit tv
A. S. CLEGlIORN,
SO-It Apent Honoluln Rice MM.
SOLE and Saddle JLcatfacr,
tanned goat skins, for sale by
&. a. i.AiUUti.,
Agent Walmea Tannery.
For Sale Cheap I
A NEW BOIL.ER
OF 10-DORSE POWER WITH
complete fixings, warranted new and
with all tbe latest improvements, to be bad at
a low figure at
21-tT Ed. HOFFSCHLAEQER k CO.
Phases of the Moon for the month of Jnne.
rxxraus it cirr. uti. sunn.
4th, Full Moon, 8 24 P. M.
12th, Last Quarter, 11 -42 P.M.
20th, New Moon, 4 14 A "SI.
20th, First Quarter 7 19 P. M.
h. m. h. m.
1st, Fun Rises, 5 22 A. K. Sun Sets,... 6 34 T. X.
6th, Sun Rises,.... S 21 " Sun Sets,... 0 37 "
15th, Sun Rises,... 5 22 Sun Sets,... 6 38 "
211. Son Rises 5 23 ' Sun Sets. ... 6 39 "
23th, Sun Rises,.. .5 25 ' Sun Sets,... 41 "
We notice that Sir. Ira Richardson has en
larged bis store, ond Is fitting It np very neat
ly. He keeps a fine assortment of goods, at
prices to suit tbe times.
Tbe annnal meeting of tbe Hawaiian
Evangelical Beard was closed on Saturday,
having been In session two weeks. Most of
the missionaries living on tbe windward
Islands, left for their homes on Monday by
The sermon of Rev. E. Corwin, on Home
Missions, last Sunday evening, was an able
discourse, on the work and policy of the
American Mission ou these Islands. We un
derstand that It will be published In pamph
Assemblt. During the special recess of
the Assembly, yesterday, tbe Representatives
renewed tbe consideration of tbe Report of
Special Committee on tbe petition of J. W.
II. Kauwahl, and by a vote of 31 to 1 decided
to reject tbe prayer of the petitioner, no suf
ficlcnt cause having been shown, for lm
Rev. Diu Lowell Sunn, or Kaumakapili,
and Rer. B. W. Parker, of Knneobe, have
resigned their pastorates. Both have been
for many years engaged in mission work,
having been faithful and dilgent laborers.
On Sunday last, Rev. A. O. Forbes, of Molo
kai, was Installed at Kaumakapili, with the
usual religious services.
Tnn procession of Antiques and Horribles,
which on the last 4th of July made so much
merriment, wo see by posters will be repeat
ed this year. A meeting was held last Mon
day evening to arrange tbe characters and
make such other preparations as may be
necessary to a s ucceisful turn out. In com
pany with the above turn out will be a com
pany ol " Broom Rangers," who will also
The steamer Idaho sailed on Monday at
ii o'clock, with twenty-seven passengers
and a full freight. At tbe same hour the
Kilauea left for windward ports, with a
large crowd of passengers. The wharves
were crowded with people, and the scene
was bright and lively, as the departure of
two steamers at the same hour, drew each
its crowd of passengers friends and idlers.
Target Practice. Yesterday the regular
target practice took place on board the V. S.
8. Moftongo. A target was anchored out on
the reef, distanced about eight hundred yards
from the vessel, at which twenty-four shots
were fired. The guns used were 100-poundcr
rifled Parrot, 9-lnch Dablgrcn, and 24 pound
er Howitzer. We understand that the shoot
ing was very close, and that three shots
6tmck the target.
The 4th of July. A meeting of the Ame
rican residents and others interested In tbe
celebration of the coming 92d anniversary of
American Independence, July 4tb, was held
last evening at tbe Auction Room of C. S.
Bartow, Esq. Col. Spauldlng, Charge d' Af
faires, was called to tbe Chair, and A. F. Judd,
Esq., appointed Secretary.
Mr. A. J. Cartwright read and proposed
the following programme for the celebration,
which was adopted :
Salute at sunrise of 13 guns.
Church services and oration at o'clock.
Salutes at noon from U. S. 8. Mohongo. '
Reception at O. 8. Consulate from 13 to 3.
Regatta at 3 o'clock.
Salute at Sundown.
Ball on U. S. S. Mohonga.
The following committees were then ap
pointed to make the necessary preparations:
Committee on Salute Messrs. C. H. Judd,
Hnssingcr and Raplce.
Committee on Regatta Lt. Hay ward, Messrs
D. Foster, Wlddeheld, Oat, and Sidcrs.
Committee on Music Messrs. A. F. Judd,
Hall and Andrews.
Committee on Oration Messrs. H. A. P.
Carter, J. Mot. Smith and C. S. Bartow.
Committee on finance Messrs. A. J. Cart
wright, I. Bartlett and C E. Williams.
A subscription paper was opened, which
resulted in the collection of $400 at the meet
ing. The Missing Schooners. The schooner
Isabella has made her appearance, having
arrived here on Sunday. She left Eoloa for
Honolulu on Saturday May 30, and had got
along as far as Walanac, when the wind fail
ing she was swept out to sea by the current,
and was out of sight of land for a day and a
half. Finally the schooner worked np to
Hanalel, where after being reprovisioncd,
she set out again for Honolulu. Off Walanae,
tbe Kinau which had been sent out to hunt
her up, made the Itabclla, and both returned
to this port. The Jtob Roy which has gone
to look for the Telle, has not returned, and
there are no tidings of the missing schooner.
The Telle left Hanalel on Tuesday the 2d
lust. Ou board are the Captain and owner,
White ; Mr. Bertlcman and family and Mr.
Bushman. Thu Rob Roy will toncb at tbe
leeward ports on Eaual, and at Nllbau, and
if the Telle Is not found, will cruise down as
far as fifty miles to tbe leeward of Eaual.
Oil Cake Meai The Pacific Linseed Oil
Works In San Francisco make into horse and
cattle feed the meal which remains after the
oil has been expressed, and it forms a most
nutritious article of feed for animals. In
their circular it is stated that as an article of
feed for horses It has no equal for nutritious
and fattening properties. By those who have
used lt thoroughly, one pound is pronounced
equal to fira pounds of com meal, and In the
C. S. Government Report of the Department
or Agriculture forlSG5it stands in the follow
ing relation to other feeds as to the per cent
age of flesh produced from a hundred pounds
of feed, viz : Indian Com Meal, 11 per cent;
Barley Meal, 13 per cent; Oat Meal, 18 per cent;
Oil Cake Meal, 33 per cent It is recommend
ed to be a most economical feed need in con
nection with cut feed, ground oats, or barley.
There is, after expression of the oil, some
that remains in tbe cake, and to this fact it
owes its . fattening properties. It is muck
used In Europe, where its value as a feed is
well known. Several bags of the Oil Cake
Meal have been sent down by Mr. E. P.
Adams for trial by our owne.-s of stock.
CoNCnoLOOT. We taw not longslncein
an Oakland paper, an appeal by those Inter
ested In the College at tbat place, setting
forth the duty of the friends of education in
California, not to let institntions at the East,
deprive the State of one or the best and
most complete conchologlcal collections, in
the whole country. The article referred to
the fine cabinet of Dr. W. Newcomb, who
was formerly a resident or Honolulu, and
while here thoroughly explored the land
shells or these islands, and gave tbem to the
world, through the London Concbological
Society, many of the species being new and
before that time undescribed. We learn
that the present collection of Dr. Newcomb
has been sold for a large sum to tbe Cornell
University, sitnated In central New York,
where tbey will be sent, to add to the facili
ties for a thorough education, which is being
so amply provided by tbe founder of that
KiWAiinio Female Semisakt. The first
annual examination of the Eawalahao Fe
male Seminary came off at tbe old Stone
Church on Wednesday morning, the 10th
Inst. The answers by the scholars were
prompt, given in clear tones, and gave evi
dence or thorough training and Instruction.
Examinations in arithmetic, geography, spel
ling, reading, etc., were passed. Tbe ex
ercises were pleasantly Interspersed with
singing. Several pieces sung in concert by
the little girls were especially pleasing. Al
though general notice was not given, yet
the audience was numerous and apprecia
tive. The Seminary is under the superinten
dence or Miss Lydia Biugbam, who has had
a loug experience In some or the first insti
tutions or that character in the United
States. There can be no doubt that under
herself and sister, whom we hear is on the
way from Boston, the institution will soon
occupy a foremost position among the Fe
male Seminaries In this country.
CoRrus Curisti. The festival of Corpus
Chrlstl, which is kept on the next Thursday
after Trinity Sunday in honor of the Eucha
rist was observed by the Roman Catholics on
Thursday last. High Pontlficlal Mass was
celebrated In tbe Cathedral by his Lordship
Bishop Malgret, assisted by bis clergy, and
at S o'clock, P. L, the usual progress was
made around the square formed by Beictania,
Emma, School and Fort Streets. The pro
cession, which was large, presented a fine
and imposing appearance, the women and
children were dressed in white, each one
bearing'a flag, while the rich banner of tbe
Sisters or the Sacred Hearts, and other reli
gious banners were displayed along the line.
A column or two abreast, marched in the
centre or the street, flanked on cither side
by a line iu single file. Preceding the Bishop,
who carried the Host under a canopy, was
the movablcaltar, decorated with ornaments
and flowers, and attended by censor boys,
light bearers, and acolytes in surplices, and
tbe choir under direction or Father Hcrrman.
At each comer, a short service, was said by
the Bishop, and singing by the choir. The
procession was about two hours in the streets,
it was attended by the Honolulu band. Sev
eral new priests arrived by the IdaJtO, took
part in the services or tbe day.
Sunday Schools. The Sunday schools at
tached to the Congregationalist Churches
Hawaiian and Foreign held a celebration
last Saturday, in which over 700 children par
ticipated. The schools met at tbclr respec
tive churches at 10 A. m., and marched in
procession through the streets, joining each
otber, nutll all had come together in front of
the Bethel. The wholcline proceeded down
King street to Eawalahao. Each school car
ried a banner, inscribed with Its name, many
ot them also with appropriate devices on the
reverse. The little army filed Into the church,
and were seated with their teachers, to listen
to, and join iu the exercises, which consisted
or singing by the different schools, and short,
addresses from the Mission and other Minis
Tbe Hawaiian schools sang their songs ex
ceedingly well, tbclr voices being both strong
and musical. Their progress In vocal music
can not but be remarked by those acquainted
with Hawailau 6lnging a few years ago. The
improvement is marked and agreeable. At
the suggestion or one or the speakers, the
foreign children greeted the Hawaiian chil
dren with a hearty Aloba, which was replied
to with an Aloba that made the bouse ring.
After an houi, during which the children
seemed greatly interested in the addresses
made to them, the exercises were closed, and
the scbols marching out in order, each child
received a small parcel of confectionery.
This is the second annual celebration or the
schools In this vicinity. Tbe threatening
and showery weather or the morning pre
vented so large an attendance this year as
last, or the ch'ldren ; bnt as tbey marched
down the street, and when seated in the
church, the sight revealed that the Sunday
schools or this city arc prosperous and well
Punahou. The Alumni-gathering at Pn
nahon on Friday evening last, was fully at
tended, not only by those who claim Oahu
College as their Alma Mater, but by a large
representation from colleges in the United
Tbe company assembled in the College
Hall about 8 o'clock, and Hon. C. J. Lyons
was chosen by acclamation to occupy the
chair. Addressee were delivered by several
graduates of -Punahou, among whom was '
Hon. H. R. Hitchcock, who was a scholar at !
the foundation of the Institution. He gave
several pleasant reminiscences of the earlier
days. Hou. A. F. Judd spoke upon incidents
of the past and present, and looked on into
the future. Several representatives of the
colleges of the United States addressed the
assembly graduates of Yale, Harvard, Will
iams, Union and others.
About half past 9, the company adjourned
to the supper room, where a rich repast was
served. Everywhere were seen pleasant
faces and mirthful voices, and tbe graver,
but perhaps Lot less real, enjoyment or tbe
older portion or tbe assemblage. The Hono
lulu Brass Band was in attendance, enlivening
the evening with strains or music About
half past 10 the company broke up, to meet
again In June, 1S69.
Ail agree In the opinion tbat a most de
lightful evening was spent, and a new band
of concord drawn around tbe College and
its graduates. These entertainments are
most interesting, especially to those who
meet old faces both teacher and fellow
classmate. Many an item of old college fun
Is again culled over; old sympathies revived,
the old become young; life pleasanter, and
new strength imparted for tbe dally con-Jlct-a
Long may the annual Alumni-gatherings
Ihsurasce. In to-day's isue, will be seen
the advertisement of the World's Mutual Life
Insurance Company. The list of officers and
directors of the company, show tbat it is
managed by some of tbe most prominent and
safest business men of New York, and Its
character nnd capital gives a guarantee tbat
its compacts with the Insured will be faith
fully carried out. There are some special
features in its premiums and policies which
must attract the favorable notice ofourcom
inunlty. Their non-participating premiums
are lower than those charged by any other
company in the world, and In tbe mutual
premiums dividends on tbe profits, after two
years will be declared annually. Tbe agent
of the company. Mr. Weiss, who came down
in tbe Idaho, has full powers from the officers
to receive applications for Insurance, receive
and receipt for premiums in its behalf, and
brings with him the best of references.
Government Schools. The examination
of tbe Mllilani School was held on Monday.
The scholars appeared remarkably well, and
were prompt and ready in their answers.
Tbe school numbers fifty-eight girls and is
under charge of Miss Corney and Mrs. Kin
ney. Prizes were distributed after the ex
amination. The Royal School examination was held
yesterday. There was a large attendance of
Hawaiian parents and friends of the pupils,
and a very fair representation of the foreign
element. Tbe advance of the pupil for the
year was quite evident, and the clearness
and rapidity ot their explanations proved
they had mastered as well as learned the
studies, In which they have been engaged
the past year. The older scholars have pro
gressed very much in the use ot the English,
and lt is evident, tbat the language can be
successfully taught In our day schools.
Several congratulatoiy addresses were
made by the visitors one by Mr. Poll, a
former pupil, in Hawaiian and English, who
remarked that he witnessed progress even
since his time. The Royal School Chorus,
arranged by Miss Cooke, met with general
The examination was in Geography, Arith
metic, Latin Grammar, Spelling, Definitions
and Algebra. Declamation and Singing
closed the programme. Tbe corps of Teach
ers are: J. R. Kinney, Prluclpal; Misses M.
A. Cooke and M. L. Smith, Teachers ; and
Misses M. B. Becklcy and L. Brickwood
Pupils and Assistant Teachers. Number of
scholars, 143 boys.
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G. Rhodes, J. Renton,
D. N. Fiitner, G. C. Siders.
Clerk of Supreme Court.
Honolulu, June 12, 1863. 22-3t
In the matterof tbe Estate or Clinton Jackson,
or Honoluln, Oahu, deceased.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
appointed temporary Administrator in
the above Estate, hereby gives notice to all
parties who may have any ot the personal
effects or tbe said Jackson in their possession.
to deliver tbe same to turn without delay.
JAMES A. BURDICE,
22-3t Temporary Administrator.
Supreme Court In Probate.
In the matter or the Estate or Clinton Jack
son, of Honolulu, Oahu, late deceased.
Pl'OPfJK application having been
made to the Honorable R. G. Davis,
Justice ol the Supreme Court, by James A.
Burdick, temporary Administrator, that an
Administrator be appointed upon the Estate
or Clinton Jackson, or Honolulu, Oahu, late
deceased. Notice is hereby given to all per
sons whom it may concern, that Friday, July
3d next, at 10 o'clock A. u., is a day and hour
appointed ror the hearing or the application
aforesaid, and all objections that may be offer
ed thereto, at tbe Court House, in the town or
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolulu, June 11, 1863. 22-3t
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On Wednesday, June 24,
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Salesroom, will be sold
A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE!
rnHE UNDERSIGNED, Intending
i to leave tnia iiingaom, oercoj rcquesu
all persons yjdebted to him to make immedi
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PROM SAN FRANCISCO!
Per Steamer " Idaho."
JpUESH CAXA. BACON,
New California Hams
New California Cheese,
New Cala. Smoked Beef,
Boxes Layer Malaga Raisins,
New Pacific Cod Fsh,
New Oat Meal, 10 lb bags.
New wheat Meal,
New California Potatoes,
For sale low by
21-4t II. E. MclNTYRE A BRO.
Per Steamer Idaho!
Best Japan Tea.
A VARIETY OF SILKS!
Selection of Ivory
FOR SALE BT
2Mt AI'O.-VG &. ACDIICK.
Per ''IcLaJbLo.' -
If you want
Nice Streaky Bacon, call at tho store of
If you want
Very nice Hams, 6-lb each, call at the store of
If you want
The Best Butter in tbe place, made under the
supervision of M. Meyers, call at the store of
If you want
The Best Groceries in the place call at -S.
If you want
To buy Goods Cheap for cash, call at the
If you want
To buy Jobbing Lots, call at tbe Store of
If you want
Very Fine Teas Japan, Oolong, Souchong,
Flowery Pekoe, Orange Pekoe, London
Breakfast, call at the Store of
If you want
Cream Cheese, and Steel's Cheese, call at the
Oats, Bran, Barley, Corn, Cracked Corn, for
sale cheap by
21- 8. SAVIDGE.
BUTTER! BUTTER !
Superintendant of Molokai Dairy.
THRESH BUTTER RECEIVED TWICE A
JD AVeek, ftr sale by
20-tf S. SAVIDGE.
GOOD FRESH BUTTER!
MADE ON OAHU, and for sale at
371 cents per pound, by
20-tf 8. SAVIDGE.
D OWNER'S Kerosene Oil.
For sale by
13 II. HACKFELD & CO.
SIX SPLENDID ROSEWOOD CASE
GRAND UPRIGHT PIANOS
Patent Agra He Style,
!! r a Tropical Climate The
'Ui... t ned Instruments ever un
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12-tf WM. FISCHER.
i T "1
By H. P. ADAMgTf .
Ori Tuesday, June 23, "
At 10 o'clock A. X at Sales Kcora.
Particmlars by Posters.
AT THE f HOTOGRAPti GALLERY
On Fort Street,
MAY BE SEES THE VIEWS TAKEN
Late Lava Plotr at I&Iih&u !
And the Effects of the Lata . .
Earthqualte at YVIohlms, Kaa.
Also VIEWS OF KILAUEA and other
places. Cards of the Kings, Queens, Chieft,
etc., all for sale at Low Prices. Also, Oral
Frames of all sites, and a few Square Frames,
which will be sold cheap.
ZU-tf U. Jj.
G. Wilhelm, Baker,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, RES
pectfully informs his Customers and the
Publio generally, tnat ne nas removed ma a
kery from the corner of Hotel and Maunakea
Streets, to Hotel Street, near the American
SMALL LOT, FOR SALE BY
ll-3m BOLLES A CO.
Licenses Expiring in June, 1868.
RETAIL, llonotsla Ith. J II Thompson : 1st,
Mrs Black; Sd, Cast's Cooke; Oth, Wjobu
son; 11th. J Hoars; 13th, Emran Co; 13th, J L
Lewis: 2M. An Oanr: 23d. C P I'Dnirtr: loth. J Bur
dick; 8th. II M Whitney; 11th, R Lots; 29th, Mrs
Kregan; 13th, Foster Co. Hth, Ah Chua, Ksilua,
Oahu. Maoi Sth, Kaalnnihel., liana; Utb, Kawa
koa ma, Kaupo; 1st. T II Farts. Walhea, Hawaii
ath. Ah Qu 1 Co, Kalloa; 30th, Alien Conway,
Kawalhae; 7th, Kiko Xahakusraa, Walptoj 18th, I
i tluiSALU uonoiujn u, istie unsa;
12th, arinbaum Co; 3d, Chung Uoon Co; 16th, K
IIoEschlaegerl Co; 23th, Lewers Dickson; 20th, J
Perm 3d. Melchers i Co: ISth. atossman k Son t
10th, L L Torkert ; 3d, Ahaua A no. ,
WHOLESALE SPIRIT Honolulu 19th, E Hoff
OPIUM Honolulu ann, unnng noon va.
VICTUALLING Honolulu 12th. XolU Krncen
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A COTTAGE, 36 x 18, NEW, BUILT OF
Clap-Boards, with a Shingle roof eon
sisting of three rocms. To be removed from
the premises. Apply to
lU-tr - IT. A. tsCllAliJflill a CO.
JAMES L, LEWIS,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
Corner of King and Bethel Sts.
stock of OIL
all kinds of
COOPERING MATERIALS !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. - ,
ne hopes, by attention to business, to merit
a continnance of the patronage which he has
ncrcioiore enjoyea, ana lorwnicn ne now re
turns his thanks. 51-3m
TEN THOUSAND Gallons of the
above Celebrated Oil, to arrive per ship
Syren, direct from Boston. Enquire of
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FAMILY DRUG STORE.
J. 91. SMITH ic CO.,
HAVE RECEIVED PER LATE ARRIV
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Drags or all Jklads,
Corner of Fort and Hotel streets. 11-tf
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India Rubber Packing,
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On hand and ror sale, at lowest market prices
Orershot, Turbine, Centre DI
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Rtnpllir- Tslsnrl nt Villi. n .1. 1
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