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3t, - "Loinl Ural.
- (Pren AppUtas's Jocrnal.)
Tfc tarassVRg of, the Tlawafian or Sandwich Is
lsdlvrprd that eUsdj at the bead of this article
k m( irss-tauUe ieto any single expression in
tin) SagRtli kofraage. A description is required
tisH Mi jeUce.
Tie ferns" fcjui (prorjonneed low-me-tow-me),
Vbieb a aa iettitsUoB is distinct! relr I'olyneriaif;
it hmiw s and beast-fal form of passive mo'
timm that it Tery moth employed by the Hawa
ftast. JtHBsedasa remedial measure in the
tmtaieat f disease, as a reliel for fatigue, and
as a hxarj sad fttace in hoars of ease. H is a
iew wfa travellers exchange with each other
3w;tk inUsjals of ivst from the toilsome
ituutfc. actTof kindness by which the wife
liOiLi tfce fartcaftof er bob-nd after his daily
Ufcon, a eerrice Mcb the chief claims from his
Hut i mtm. ami which the king receives as a pre
Ksgatsre fnm tie fcfiwJs ttt hi sobjects.
"No uirts wfco Ins bod experience as a Hawaiian
trareUrr wBlaothU to agree thatthecrowning act
sjf pttxtmu fanpitalityof this most hospitable
jianpie Ae weN-behared stranger who sojourns
aa tbeir saalat. is the offier of the lomi-Iomi.
TVmareMay ways of administering the lomi
Itasu Bac wr rwrpo?, it will mffice to classify
titers aa4M-twdm!ioflS : first, tbegneral : and,
hetnoi. lire aHcaaL The special Imi lonii is cp
jaaid 10 any yameaiar part affected, as to the
feead. is ea ef headcebe, to any ote of the limbs,
er to y regaoa of the body, in case of lameness
tKMxuc. Te position of ttie reciptent of teis
sera stay be either silting or reclining, as is most
oocraueat ; bat, when the lomi-Iomi is general,
the patwM fies oa a mat or on some low couch,
cacrraraat for the maiopolator. Imagine your
calf canal aad exheiKted by a long journey,
issuerr. taoVsare, and feme in every muscle, to
feaefe a degree tbat so position seems to give rest.
Cader diaary erreefflEUBces, the probability is
thai, ta wary far eieep, yoa would spend the
sight ia lattag wretehealy, and rise in the morn
it; nuriaVuSnd asd nafit to proceed on your
i-acs. waaid be the result in nine cases outof
taa aader tbe ardiaary treatment df hospitalitytn
emlijwd kads. Bat the Hawsiians have on ap
tmj 1 1 atiaii jf lex physiological wants of the wear
ied i !!. which it wookl be well for the 'people
af thar cifilised and otore enlightened countries
taiaaiMe. After water has been provided for
i laaau mad Booting parposes. or you have per
itmoi iwrnnd yoerseif bodily in somo clear,
Sa'njag stnaa. aad have regaled yourself with a
dafciaaili hi oiled 6li and a sufficient numbtr of
Saaaar-aajw sssto a caVibasb of pot a favorite ar
kaaaCiaad mult from a Polynesian esculent
lal-An IwsVi Use kwii-lorei is proposed as a
aarilpf eamplotiagyoar refreshment and reno
TarliiB "What is this?" you ask. You are di
weJSff ta lie at faW length on a mat, and ara im
aatrtuly takes in band by the artist, generally
aa eMariy aad experienced man or worrjn. Tie
at who erfana the toeiiloini seizesyour feet
vstd euvssr haad, aad ootnmences manipulations
vtaVI) areBeitber kneading, nor squeezing, nor
rafetnng . Jaal aaw like one and now like the other.
l"r-iLjr ap to yoar body, the muscles of the calf,
the thiffac the hack, aad shoulders, each in .turn
rear vs ipfiroprnte treatment.
TbeaVfreeof loree eed taries from the ten
imux oatass to the severest grip. To those parts
which are the Btoet lame and sore, the feeling may
it t in t oa the verge of painful, and, when at
fimt applied to the legs of the weary novice, may
obbm- Lin to ehriak and complain, just as tbe first
tea id ing dash of hot water terrifies the nerves of
ta ltM-xpwieoced Turkifh Imtlier. lut, by tbe
tisae the bakmm km(4omi (lomi-Iomi doctor)
has made oee roaed, all distrust is gone, and yoa
eatv regret that the deCghlfol process must so
foan coom lo aa ead. One skilful in the art of
lani-loaaf&Haoc to possess a kind of tact that on
salu aim to gfadoale bis touch and force to the
vwu af each case. At one moment his finger
iaa feea to dip down deeply and indiiidualize
each ii el u. at anotber lie skilfully presents ooly
the laaadcl etaiaeece of bis palms, and soothes
yoa wish the magnetic influence of a gentle, on
dakury nation. Tbe skilful performance of lomi
loai preveste tbe asaa) unpleesant effects of ex
eeaK.tr eXMlioa Itobi being felt severely the next
dap the stiSaess, aad lameness, and soreness.
It also seents to impart a sufficient nervous
power to eaaUe oee to sleep, so that on the ful
lowunc laaiaia. yoa rise from your bed of clean
Hawaiian wats with a feeling of freshness and rest
that is ootle tarprising. Tour muscles are sup
ple, and aoar joiaU have an ease of motion that
it anwoatod. Yob are, in fine, ready to com-aaMx-e
aaetlier day's joorney.
ia at naeoaiBien for the natives to lie with
sMr UtS toward the groertd, and have a child
ncj-oooh of nmderate weight walk over them
ban tiieheek to the nape of the neck, trampling
then awder teoU as grapes are trodden by the feel
af ibe wSaemakers. This, although an inexpli
cable aad abreaag sight to the novice, we recom
naud ag a wst effective and salutary method iff
i aiaaj "ig tbe losM-loeii, especially appropriate
avOa9 ataarC, aAfnVa or weariness affects tbe back,
jaWboawtive llawaiians are such firm believers
&n(aix i i c dial virtues of the tomi-lomi, that they
caarllliinilr eaase iajery by using it wrongly.
TWnjUiaaictiniia defeat the ends of the surgeon
wald teeare perfect rest for a fractured
Mb. mod prcveat Vhe uwon and consolidation ot,
the boee by their untimely manipulations.
Tbe nawaaaas are a famous race of swimmers,
aad, soch is their ability to maintain themselves
Jar a great leacth of time in the water, that, to
the fciatgaar. they seem almost amphibious. On
tie long wes which parties of them have been
oBpeMcdto taake. when one oftbetr vessels has
ieaedered at sea. if a member of tbe party shows
sifasef exhasstiea and failing strength, the oth
ers gather about him and administer the invigo
jaoag maaipaUtion ot the lomi-Iomi, while sus-
: lam ia the water, after which the whole
proceed on their watery way together.
The Wan" toon is a isost excellent, and, 1 might
akvest far. sufficient substitute for exercise. At
sy rate, at an adjaocotto the various forms of
TatanUry exercise, it has a value beyond compute.
It is capable of appearing and salUfying that
aesse af suscaUr ennui to coin a phrase
vUebresctU from a craving for active physical
Tbe great size and magnificent muscular de
Telepmeatof the Hawaiian chiefs bare always
been the subject of remark by foreigners. So
ZBBcb. greater are their physical propofion?
seme have estimated the difference as great as
tweatr-fire per cent. than that of the people at
large, whoa certainly iwne would reckon as be
low the average in streegth and size, that some
Lave propoted. in explanation, the theory that
.these chiffi are the decendanas of a superior con
qsericgraee. Bat we are acquainted with noth
ing ekber ia the language or traditions of tbe
HawxSaas that gives ground for this hypothesis
The EKire plausible theory is that which accounts
far this sapenority .mainly by the two facts of an
sbaadaBt and regular supply of food, and their
cactust cse of the loaa-lomi. The two condi
tions essential to ample physical development are
"first.ood; and, second, exercise. These must,
on the one band, be abundant in quantity as well
as or the proper quality ; and, on the other hand,
tbev mast be recular in supply. It is fatal to
sucess if either be intermittent.
These two conditions, we shall see, were io
porecto the Hawaiian kings and chiefs from cen-
eratian to generation, and to few or none ot tbe
common people. Their authority and wealllwn-
abled them always to support about then? n body
of retainers, to some of whom belonged the duty
of ministering regularly to tbem with the lomi-
In the 6ame way also tbey were secured against
the daily privations and the recurrent famines
that afflicted the people as the result of Improvi
dence or drought. In the case of these chiefs,
tbe lomi-Iomi seems to have been an institution
admirably adapted to counteract the evils which
would otherwise have accrued from the frequent
intervals of indolence and ease into which there
was every temptation for tbem to fa, by fur
nishing them with a means of obtaining the ad
vantages of exercise without the labor nnd fatigue
of peional exertion, nnd at the same time of cor
recting the evils of luxury or overfeeding. Tbu3
the high-fed, luxurious chief, when ludisposed to
seek exercise in the usual way, or when suffering
from the effects of over-exertion, could stretch
himself upon his mats and summon his attend
ants to work up bis mcle, nod administer to
his passive frame the exercise needed for its re
But, not to indulge in rhetorical flourishes, tbe
lomi-Iomi, without mystery, acts on the most
self-evident principals of physiology. It helps to
unload the engorged veins and capillaries of the
blood, which, after severe exercise, is more than
usually charged with impurities, and thus facili
tate the renovation of tbe tiesues, and especially
tbe muscle, by making room for the return of
arterial blood needed for repair.
Almost every one knows what immediate re
lief from the numbness and powerlessness of a
limb tbat is asleep is obtained by striking it
briskly faom tbe periphery toward the centre.
If any one has not, tbe next time be wakes at
night, and finds his arm sleep from being Iain up
on, let him try the experiment, and he will ex
perience one of tbe single and almost instant
benefits of lomi-Iomi.
How much of-tbe virtue of lomi-Iomi is .to be
exp'aincd by tlieirinciples of animal magnetism,
we leave for those to determine nbo are versed
Fot the benefit of those who may wish to try
it, we append tbe following directions for the em
ployment of the lomi-Iomi :
1. To the Operator. 1. When treating
the limbs, let manipulations he applied in such a
direction as to drive the blood toward the heart.
2. The pressure or grip of the operator must
not be continuous; and there must be on appre
ciable interval of time betweenjone motion and
the succeeding one. E
j 3. Tbe grips, or prlwures, had better not ex
ceed in frequency fifty or sixty in a minute.
4. Tbe force of the manipulations must never
be so great as to cause pain.
5. Avoid unpleasantly tickling the patient.
G. Wben applying tbe lumi-Iomi to the head,
use the rounded prominences of the bands and
7. Always consult the comfort of the patient,
mid be guided by bis sensations in modifying tbe
force and form of the manipulations.
II. To the Patient. 1. Take that position,
whether reclining or sitting, which is most com
fortable. 2. Yield the muscles passive and relaxed into
the hands of tbe manipulator.
3. Resist the feeling of tickling as much as
possible ; for it is greatly under control, and de
creases under the exercise of tbe will, but becomes
stronger and more troublesome if indulged.
4, Take notice of the different forms of mani
pulation, and immediately report any that are
particularly pleasant as well as those that are
Is some of tbe districts of Georgia where tho up
land cotton is extensively cultivated, tbe toil Laving
beoome exhausted, or theanters become grcedv for
crops, gcano has been used. Tbe consequence U re
ported tbat tbe crop has been seriously damaged by
rust. Texas however, appears to be tbe cotton plant
er's paradise. A cotton stock Is on exhibition a
Galveston which contains oterSOO balls.
WALKER & A Mi EN
HAVE on hand tile following article
Hbich thew will disjiose cf at very low rates to cloee
SuirjdrtOolamMa River Salmon;
Superior Frazlo Illver Salmon:
Oregon Flour, hit and jr Socks ;
Oregon rilot Bread :
- Cllrrnl Pilot Bread; "
Califolufa Navy Bread ;
Firkins Eastern Butler:
Casea JJeMurrry,a Oysters;
dates Preserved Meats ; e)
Cases Oreen Corn:
Cae (Ireeeu Peas;
a Manilla Cordage J to 4 inch ;
40ineti Burlaps, superior quality;
New Iron Sugar Ooolels ;
iswaiian Bee warranted;
til. N. 0.) Kon Coffee;
No. 1 awalian Kice;
No. I Coolie nice;
Boiled Linseed Oil in Drums;
While Ld in Keg ;
White Zinc in Kegs; 45-lrac
Ex lolani from Boston.
evv Heilfonl C. H.tVlmle Uoats, 3dteet,
Caaea Bomb Loncea, So. I and a,
A"ew lied fort! Whale Line,
Irfittcr, Toggle IroiiK, Heavy sea Hoots,
One Taber'a Cabooae, complete,
200 Barrels New Oil Casks !
Try Pota. For aale by
S9-Smc n. HACKFELD SCO.
HONOLULU IKON WOEKS CO
UAVE OX SALE
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRON
FOUR CESTS PER POUXD.
Bar Iron the Usual Size,
FIVE CENTS PER POUXD.
Furjuer-Reduetion for Large Quantities.
For Eent or Lease.
:;! THAT VEItY Desirable Residence,
SoLXo. 10S Xanana Street. Apply to
2i- JAMES S. LE?rOX.
C CALIFORNIA OAT HAY, a few bales left
or a juperior quality, received ex " D. C. JInr
ray," and for sale by
40- BOLLES A CO.'
TOO. 1 COOLIE RICE always on band
.T and fur sale by
l-Sm. WAXKEK I AIXEX, Agist
CASTJLB fc COOKE,
Consisting in Part of
Finest TVTiite all Wool 4-1 Flannel.
FinestWhite allWool A Angola WhiteFlannels,
Good Grey and White all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting,
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets,
Amoskeag Denims, Jeans, Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r ass't of Stationery.
Water Lined Xote Paper,
White Ruled Xote Paper,
White Ruled Laid Leaf. Letter and Bill Paper,
White, Cuff and Amber and Letter -and Xote
Payson's Indelible, and Carter's Copying Ink,
Artists' 4 Book-keepers' Flexible Rulers, .
Smith A Wesson's Pistols t Cartridges, .
Hair Girths, Stirrups I Leathers.
Spanish Trees, Croupers and Bridles,
Oak Belting. Street Brooms,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Italian Issclilri;r Lace Leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zinc A Lead, in 1,2 1 25 lb .containers
Pans and Chrome Green,
Chrume Yellow. Umber. Sienner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Piussian, Blue, Bladders of Putty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and FurnitureA'arnisb,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Cofiee Mills,
Axe. Pick, Sle Ige, Adz. Hoe, Oo,
Hammer Chisel Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks, 4
Crozers, Howels, and Champering Knives,
Fore, Smooth, Jack Jointers,
Cut Kails, 3,4, 6, 8, 10. 12, 20, 30,40, 50 and
COd, BoatXails, 1, 11,1 2 inch, .
, Pressed Nails, 2 a 2$ inch.
Cooper's Rivets, 4,78 lbs,
Copper Rivets a. Burs, i, i,
it inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron a Copper Tacks of all sizes.
Best Rubber Hose, 1, , 1, U 2 inch,
Centrifugal. Varniib. Paint. White-Wash
and Scrub Brushes, Cnv'd Tin Puils,
.. J. 1, 2, 3, 4. 0, 8, 10 I 12 quarts, "
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jcnning'sbits, soldering irons. T binges, steels,
IJatnmers, Gauges, Squares, Chisels,
Augers, Sieves.. Lime Squcc2ers,
Yard Sticks, Bung Startcrb, Axes,
Shovels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns,
Eagle Horse, A and 0 Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra' heavy and strong,
Protoxide of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Pine Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc.
Id-viter.s Kerosene Oil,
From tbe Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
AI.Ii TO 'BE SOLD WW.
J. H. THOMPSON,
Will Sell from this Date,
All Small Sizes of Iron !
Five Cents per Pound !
HEAVY FLAT IRON !
Four Cents per Pound!
J. (VI. CROWELL,
No. 74, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
American and European
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE.
Eape, Hemp and Canary Seed,
And a full assortment of
OKDEX TEGETJBIE SEKDS!
Beat California Mi.aky Hacon, California
Cheese, Applet, &c.t received b'
.- EVERY VESSEL FROM THE COAST.
Particular attention giren to the purchase and sale
j&all kinds of Island produce fruit, butter, eggs,
No. 74, Nuuanu Street.
.31. DICKSON has fitted tin
Cy '": vioiir.ii uu ivii ctirci, cp
.?, ...I- I.-. ITt A TIa.1 Ci.
KW't uu aU.CI
ana i now pre pa re J to take Pic
tures of anv desired stvle or size.
aJ Icland View? f..r Sale. 43-6mc
BKST WALLSEND STEAM nOUSE COAL,
Also a lot of second band Fire Bricks. Apply to
April 26th, 1870, 15-lf W. h. GREEN.
Sugar Plantation for Lease !
At IIoiioijMi, District of IsToIialn,
AT a reasonable price and terms, I'ifty
acres under cane nittnuore land around it fit lor
groving.mtb Jlill, Cattle, CarU, Sorgbum-pau, and
every requisit tocarry on growing and grinding
cane. The Mill is driven by horte-poirer. For par.
ticulan apply to H. Christanren, Honoipn, or to
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,
For Sale or Charter,
THE IRON PADDLE
325 tons B. sr., 219 tons register, oscillating engines
s. n. p. 120. Speed makes the passage from New
castle wharf to Sydney wharf (67 and 2-5 th miles) in
6 hours, in fine weather. Average speed under steam
only 10 knots. CoctumptionofeosJcerdar.20tona :
coal in bunkers, 90 tons. Carries 1400 bags of maize
under natcnet. lira it o- water-6 It light. 7 It 6 in
loaded. Uood passenger accommodation in saloon
and fore-cabin. Full term sea-going certificate In force.
For further particulars apply to tbe MANAGER H.
R. N. S. N. Co., Sydney. 37-
A LARGE PLATE IRON STEAM. JACKET
-Pan, IS feet x S feet X 2 feet- Apply to
April 24th. 1870. IS-tf W. L. OREEN.
JL UAS JD8T RECEIVED
MarteU'a and Henesj'i Pale Brandv in casks.
Duff Gordon and Yriarte's Sup'r Pale Sherry,
Cases Orange Bitters, Cases Angostura Bitters,
Cases of Quinine Wine Bitters,
Bass's Ale in pints and quarts,
Jeffrey's Ale and Porter in pints and quarts.
Ex Other Late Arrivals,
Hennessy'i and Martell's Best "Pale Brandy in
Jlartell's and other brands of Brandy in cases.
Pale Sherry in eases. Ruiuart. pere et fils, and
Heid.ick's Champagne, Fine Claret. Sauterne,
Muscat. Hochhein,er. Liebfranmilch,
Johannisberger, Port and different
Varieties of Gala. Wines,
Hosteller's. Drake's Plantation, Forest Wine,
Leslie's and other Bitters, Maraschino, Doppell
Knmmell, Genera in cases and Uaskets,
Ind Coop Pale Ale,
Tenoant's, Byasa', Ha relay fc Perkins, and
Guinness' Porter, Vcrmonth, Es. of Ginger.
Essence of Peppermint. Absinthe, Bourbon,
Scutch and Irish TVhiaky, Jamaica Rum,.ic.
Has Received per Bark "R. G.Wylie,"
Due de Montebello's Champagne, in pints and
Clarets of various qualities. - .
lied and White Burgundy, pints and quarts.
Kudcsheimer, M a re ob runner, Jfihacnisberg, qts,
Sparkling Hock and Moselle, in Pints.
French Sherry and Port.
Cases of Irish and Scotch Whisky; Curacao.
Orange Bitters. Angostura Bitters, Anisette.
Xoyau, Port, Pale Brandy, N
Casks old Madeira.
Gold and Pale Sherry. ?
Jamaica and other descriptions of Bum.
Ca;es India Pale Ale, pints and quarts.
, Sparkling Ale in jugs.
Barclay A, Perkins's Porter, pints and quarts.
Cases of Gin.
Very nearly the whole of tbe abovo-named (roods
are directly from Agents' hands, can be safely recom
mended, and mil be sold at very low rates, by
35-3roc GODFREY RHODES.
Per S. O. Wylie,
EVGLISII PKINTS--Tancr, Purple and
French prints, fancy ; Fancy muslins ;
Victoria lawns ; Mosquito netting f
Superior black cburgs ; s
French merino and crare; Ticking;
White whirling and long cloth ;
Brown and blue cotton drills, beary ;
Brown and blue cottons; Hickory stripes;
Blue twilled Saxony flannels; ,
Imperial linens, assorted ;
White linen handkerchiefs ; - ,
Turkey red nnd yellow handkerchiefs;
White jaconet handkerchiefs ;
Fancy cotton handkerchiefs;
Black silk elastic; Dres goods;
Plain and figured black silk ; '
While linen and ribbed drill;
Fine white linen duck ; Black liniog eilk ;
Black hair cloth for tailor's use ;
Blue twill ; Blue pique ; Cashmere ;
Veil barege, assorted colors.
Fr Sale by ,
39-3mc II. IIACKFELA CO.
BOLLES & CO.
HAVE JUST. RECEIVED
BY OTHER LATE AEEIVALS,
Fine Assortment of
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
On tho Most Reasonable Terms.
JHISKICAaY JIES.S HEEr& Prime Pork,
in Bond. For Sale by '
BOLLES i, CO.
BKST ENtiLISII Portlaiid Cement,
just arrived per-Bark R. C. WYLIE, and for
33 . BOLLES 1 CO.
BLACK l'AlNT.-rcceived per It. C. WYLIE,
and for sale by.
38 BOLLES 4 CO.
HEMP CUHDAUi:, sizes from 2J to 7 inch.
Also Uousiine, Marline, Wormline Seizing,
Spun-jarn, Ac, Just received per R. C. WYLIE, and
for sale by
38 . ' BOLLES A CO.
mRRELS COAL TAU.-per R. C. WYLIE,
XJ ana tor sue oy
BOLLES i CO.
BEST GOLDEN GATE Family Flour,
Baker's Extra, and Superfine Flour, received
per COMET, and for sale by
38 BOLLES i CO.
CHAIN CAHl.ES, sixes from i to 1 inch,
received per R. C. WYLIE,
and for sale by (38) BOLLES A CO.
CALIFOHNIA I.IME, S00 barrels, just re
ceived fresh from the Kiln.
and for sale by (38) BOLLES i CO.
Best Arbroath Flax Canvas,
for sale by . (12) BOLLES .C0.
,f cMUItllAY'S OYSTERS, in 1 and 2 E.
cans. Jr or sale by '
M BOLLES A CO.
RED It RICK, a few thousand of the very be
quality, just received by the COMET, and for
38 BOLLES t CO.
Quick Sales and Small Profits!
RYAN'S RAILROAD STORE
32 ' Cor. Hauiua aad' Jadd" Street!, "tm
THEOD. C. HEUCK
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE,
Ilnltermann, : : : Master,
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENCLISH, CERMAN & FRENCH
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
IiU n tH stnd OII,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts t pts Deetjen A Scbrooder'a Star brand,
Btst French Clarets ami Iirandr,
Rhine J Vine, (icnuinc Holland Gin,
in cases and in bulk,
Spnrlillnsr Hoclr, in quarts and pints,
Port AVInc, Host's Inlt-Kxt ract
Ladies' and Gents1 Boots & Shoes,
of the best make and manufacture,
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy, of tone,
Three Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,
A Variety ofVOther Articles,
TooiXcmerous to Mention,
- " J'
Suitable'for Town and Country Trade
For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
O jjl IX and!
So. 1 Hawaiian Bice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Hope 1, 2, 2 and 3 inches.
Havana Cigars tho best in tbe market,
Sniss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil; Century i Foreit, Hole Tobacco
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
Cents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ac,
For Salfc Chca'p,
at the Store of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. 14tb, 1S70. 35-tf
FALL. TRADE 1870
Best A I Hawaiian
2 MESS BEEF,
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI
S5 Tbe above Beef is packed by an experienced
Bateber enrol in Liverpool Salt, and picked in
Turk's Island Salt.' Tbe best references can be
given. For sale in quantities to suit by '
, THEOD. C. HEDCK,
Honolulu, Sept. Ktb, 1370. 35-m
DEALER IN READY MADE4 CLOTHING,
SEAMEN'S ISFITTING AND WTFiTTIHS ,&&m.
3- Prices to suit the Times. "5
. 3f Please call at So. 3 Natulan Stmt, net t door
abort NsltVa SaJooa. W-Zme
THOS. C. THRUM'S
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER bavins; purchased theintcrcst
of Messrs. BLACK A ATJLD in the Stationery. News
and Periodical Business, will condone the same and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Snch as Foolscap, Legal-ca-a, Letter.
Note and Billet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Account-current nnd Bill Paper,
Clolb-linrJ. Veilotn. White, Blue,
Buff and Canary Envelopes,
Black, Copying and nting, tolct, lilue, f
1 - Carmine and Sympathetis Inks. Pens and
Holders. Inkstands A Pencils in variety,
Files cap and letter sise. Letter Clip,
Paper Fasteners. Rubber. Erasers, Rulers,
Penracks, Red Tape. Rubber Bands,.
Sealing Wax, Notarial Seals, Ac
IHanlt" Boole, I-Mlsers, Journals,
Day, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log, Receipt and Note Books,
Penn'a Letter Books, with ink
Press Copying Books,
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards,
Bristol Boards, Water Colors, Dominoes.
Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, Ac,
To the above, with a large Supply of
AMERICAN S ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
will shortly bo expected, a full and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlxo Ol3rcuJ.ri.ti n & Iiltorary
Will contain Standard Works of Fiction, and
iSew uooks will be ndilea by every steamer.
J. F. Smith's. Dickens', Bulwcrs. D'Israeli's,
Eugene Sue's. Wilkie Collins. Marryatt's,
Miss'.Braddnn's. Mrs. Henry Wood's.
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, MissMulbach's.Thackaray's,
Mrs. Grey's ictor Hugo's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Kagan's, and others are now on hand.
pST- BY THE NEXT STEAMER will be added
Anthony Tr Hope's, Amelia B. Edwards',
Annie Thomas', Mrs. Oliphanlfs. ,Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Cbas. Lever's, Misa Mullock's
Cbas. Jtead's. and Mrs. Snathwortb's, together
with alt the Latest Novels.
Engraving, Caligraphy, Stencil Catting & Copying.
will still be attended to. ,f
Thankful for rust favors, the advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to business and the wantsof bis pat
rons, iu meet wiiu a ciuuuuhucq 01 mo b.ujc.
Cr All orders from the Country and tbe other
Islands, promptly attended to, at tne lowest rates.
Honolulu. Srrt.27th: 1BT0 37-m :
Just Received ex lolani,
iiynrn'M Kilst Card
AND FOR SALE DT
CANTI.K & COOKE.
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash !
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. WIDDSFIELD,
IVoulil Cnll tlie Attention of
PLASTERS, JIERCIIAMS & 9ICCIUSICS
TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE !
For lhe Wants of the Island Trade.
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE ME A CALL!
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS 3IAKY TIUXOS WILL BE SOLD
Not Only cvt Cost,
BUT IN MANY INSTANCES,
rCREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE BOOM
FOIt A LARGE L VARIED ASSORTMENT
Agricultural and Other Implements,
i'oiiiln;; from tlie I'uMt.
Tlie Usual Discount Dlade to the Trade!
SSf Orders from the other Islands respectfully
solicited, promptly attended to anB tiled with care.
X3T No Connection with the Finn acrois the War.
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
JUST RECEIVED !
AticT For Solo "toy
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Quoen & Nuuanu Streets,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
EX HAWAIIAN BARK "R. C. WYLIE,"
Tlio 3Pl3xo3t ijssortmou.t
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Krtr Imported Into thla Market,
HE OFFERS AT REASONABLE RATES.
CRATER OF KILAfJEA, HAWAII.
THIS ESTAllLISIIMKST 1SSOW4L
op-o for the recrptlon of liltor to tbe.Voleaiio
House, whamay rely on fluJinircoaif TUble rooms, a rood
-..w.Mi.vD ufTi,ocea euuiva jor IDs
Crater alwayaoa band.
STEAM AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired.
Part',. U!Mn ! V, Tl. . (rtrT - .
warranted to make the Journey, by B. II Ritcncocx; E,.
! I iyej
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
COSSTANT1.T OS HAND aad for Sale,
from tbe watMiooa-n
WAIMEA TAJflf EKY, C. KOTLKT, Prop'r
7.ir-oo A. S. CtlOIIPBK, Arent
fOU ex Bart STEXLIJia, Caat. Hdi..
For aale h-w . -
BOLUS k CO.
JUST RECEIVED !
R. C. WYLIE FROM BREMEN
llearv Grer Woolen Pants.
Heary Woolen Drawers and Orershirtl,
Iceland Jackets. Siockiuss and SrcVs.
Mitttns and Comforters, forithalenien'anse.
Light. Flannel Coats A. Sacks Mac, blue, Ao,
Heavy Winter Coats. Alpaca CoaU,
Cashmere Coats Sacks aad Fants. Vests,
CraratiIndia llnbber Coats, Hickory Shirts,
Damask Table Covers, Fancy Flannel Shirts.
Blankets blue, scarlet, white, green and grey.
IubInN Extracts. East do .Colograf;,
Burlaps, Linen Thread black and white.
Twist Sewiny Silk. Cotton Thread,
Brown Cotten Pocks. White Cotton Stockings,
White and Fancy Cotton Shirts.
Superior While Linen Bosom Shirt;.
Brown, White and Pick Cotton Undershirts,
Heary Merino Undershirts. Saddle (lirths,
Mixed Cotton Socks, Playing Cards, 1c. 1
A Largo Assortment of Cutlery,
AN INVOICE OF STATIONEBY AND BLASK BOOKS.
Stearine Candles assorted. Palm Oil,.
Camphor, Wrapping Paper. Qold Leaf,
Bath Brick. Water Monkeys.
A Largo Invoice of Crockery,
Fwneh Calf Skins. French Chocolate.
Loaf Sugar, Children's Willnw Carriages,
Ultramarine Blue, Ac. Ac.
For Sale by
39-Smo H. IIACKFELD A CO.
CHAMP ACNES, .,
. DRAUGHT ALE.
( CASKS RHINE AVIXC,
4t Fire hopjbeadi Tennant'a draught ale ;
Fire hogsheads Illtebinsons draught ale;
Ileidsicka champagne, quirts and pints, warrant
ed genuine ;
Sagot A Co's. champagne, quarts and fiats, war
ranted genuine ;
Buinart Pere A Fils champagne quarts, warrant
Just landed and for sale by
39-3mo H. IIACKFELD A CO.
Per B. C. Wylie.
-If) TONS IIIIIGHT FENCING WIRE,
JLfrl 2100 bundles best English boop iron, asa'd sites.
Fire bricks, square and arch ; Pipe clay ;
Fire clay ; 3 oak boats, for coaster's use ;
Black and white marble tilea ;
SO tons Literpool salt ; 20.000 rooSng slates;
Manila rope, 200 coils, i. J, 1 and 1 i inch ;
100 pieces Russia rarens duck,
Scotch hemp canvas i Casks sheet sine;
Eagle sail twine; Munta yellew metal and nails ;
S00 feet loch galvanised Iron pifc;
Bundles sbect iron, light ;
West Hartley steam coal ;
Invoice of paper hangings, assorted ;
Bales corks : Demijohns ; Market baskets;
Sugar boiler's thermometers ;
wIron tinued ranee pans anu tea kettles ;
Invoice of English saddlery.
For Sala by
39-3mc II. IIACKFELD A CO.
"Pro Bono Publico I"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
AND US TKANSIT,
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
Tlie Lursrst nusl
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
ON TUB IIAIVAIIA tiltOCI',
Consisting ia Part of, sis the Celabrated
Scotch Tweed Suits I
Caatiincre, Cloth A; Drill Garmeuts,
in all varieties.
Completu Black Dress and Walking Suits,
Uo j a n hm Linen Cashmere
and Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DA VIES A CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Davies A Jones, la all grades.
Orcrstlilrtai! Ovcrahlrtis! Overnlilrtxf
In Qrey Flannel, Diagonal,
Printed and Crimean.
OF THESE GOODS
EXCEEDINGLY 10 W PRICES !
Hats! Hats! Hats!
Hosiery. Hosiery ! Hosiery !
FoVents', Ladies and Boys.
AMMICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY G00JDS
Yaiilcee IVotioiiH I
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FROM Tilt' MANUFACTURERS.
It tlie'Vcry lowet posmllilo Prfce
By the original package.
M. S.CRINBAUM cCO.,
15 tf Male.'. Block.
Notice.to ciii:nrroits. i:tate o
" ISAAC MONTGOMERY deceased. .
I.otice is hereby eisen y tbe undersigned, execu
tors 01 tbe will of Isaae Montgomery, to lhe creditors
of and all persons baring claims against tboVitat of
the said deceased, to exhibit tbe same uulr authenti
cated and with the necessary vourhers U W.C. Parke,
Esq.. within six months of the first publication of this
notice or they will 1 forever barred.
(Signed,) LOUIS MAIORET. D'ARATIIIE,
vie. Ap. des bandwwb Islands,
Dated Honolulu, November 1st. 1ST0. 42-e
THE, FRENCH KetidentV of Honoljiln,
' at a recent meeting, have tesnlveH to open." at
the Store of Messrs. CIIALLAIEL'A CO.. No. 8
.Vuuanu Street, a Subscription-. Ut for tbe relief of
,x r , r . i. , t 1 1 i .i -. r ,t .
War of their enunlrv - """ '
Every' Frenchman Is Jnvited to come and rire bia
Ah.. In. T. . .. ti t : . . .' r
.).- .1... :.t . JV .- .1 I. -
and humane object. Ibo funds will be sent by each
f . . . . ...
steamer oy jir. nameu.
VIS.--.Lcs Fraocais residcnti tt'IIono-
. lula out decide dans I ear reunion d'ouvrfr n
h.tc de souscription ebei Messrs CI1ALLAMEL A
CIi:., a iionolnlu poor venlr eo aide -ao families
des SiJdats- Franeais raort oo blesses pendant la
guerre; aetuelle. "oat Fraccals est Invito apporter
u enroyer son Obtle grandeou petite. ' "
La lute est nuvejrta anssi poor tease -persons qui
desireraitccntrilueraQ.uieue bat ;d'JutEanite, Lea
fonds ferontj expiedies. .par chaque rspeirpar Mr.
Baliien, Cammisiafre "et C'jniul'de 'FraSeerqui re
rern egalcment,-let' offrandns -qui ser.t deposes
dlrcclement ebex lui. (Mnttana -Avenue.) 36-Jme-
mHB LASD -"AUAUkZA. 0TsTK0SA.
J." Hawaii, Mar to Kaltua. Aha ths large Sat
Uid-of. KalHtUti JKle -HawaiiAW i-;cxta4i
ea4th Kaviwk o KmuL Trr tsitlsilsij'siiil ta
Afril 26th, 1378-U.tr , Y..ttMstX.