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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, February 15, 1871, Image 4

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or Sea Grans
Hii Wag bees imported frorn China and ex
eanrif csci ; bnt ft is only lately that we have
duswiwed a cbpap preeess f preparing it for
Sar fefencs, winch makes It the raort proStabJe
crep U eaMnte at borne.
SOW TO UUUUATE IT.
7.p4t is a species of bushy hemp. It U
tWtr bart that' 'applies the fibre, which is
" errt girstf wed far Soestafr-poode,"- com
poiI of dfc asd of worsted interwoven with
No eras) takes less kbor after the first year, be-caeta-sMse
rooted, it dees not require tOjbe re-jnt-i.
Wt ererj. succeeding year, the ratoona
rtisa, the bosk becomes denser.'ths fibre finer
asd stsoaflar. asd the yield greater.
In the Setsebera States, they select for the i
n : . a . , . ,
f r tke fUt Bakes a rut expanse of roots. On
this swat they plow to a depth of ten or twelve
ncaee. Tfcey ooninlw it esfeotial that the snb
s . be reteattre ef raotstere.
AiW the first year, the Karate, yields three
mips a yew. of 600 ta 1066 poesds each.
Any kad istett eaeech for Iadian corn and
f r wjlfctfeias iweH-nrithRamie. - The planters
ctltjKbim say thmt it reslsU 'drought.
HOW TTtl3fT JlSD CULTIVATE JUKIE IS TUK FIELD.
Flaat. ja the rats reaon.
oaw pleat kt rows 3" feet apart, setting the
rxU twfeetsoraelmee3feetapartin the rows,
i cyttic that patei favor, is to make beds 4
feet wM, the whole length ef the field. leaving
pathway! T3et oa each side, and at intervals,
a cartway tkrbarreslieg.
After the laadb dressed, Kght farrow is ran
a x ceaier ef the 4 feet bed, and in this are
aried the reeto staaticfly. cowing 3 inches
i"-d letting a end preject a little above ground.
To plaat eee aere wW reqeire from 3000 to
4600 rkf meeereg to distance,
Ir The Srrt year, a sWgle aere will give' plants
f .orh far fifty acres.
r raontOATE ntew om iv xvsamr cflttoe.
Tfce TMte rhaoW berplinted Fn nnrsery 'bs,
r I tset apart erery' way. The plants' rae"rjp
w 'h 12 ar 15 sietac. forarfof a bush. "When
: : faat Hca. these sfcoaid be beat gently to
the rreaad. fansisg a csrde aroond the parent
t'-m : ai u SBedi as possible of their length
thtM be covered w4tk. earth, except a few top
lr. Is fire weeks after, these layers "will be
rv ted. Ther mest then be cat away from the
p-wit s4ea aad set oet in new groend.
The at W plaat wheo reSeved from these first
f ! w seed "op rateoas so nameroas as to
f-n a heik ef 19 cteis. They are ripe for pro
apatioa wttea Uteir greaa color changes to brown.
The wink crop eaa then he eat off cto?ely as pnssi
y to the to a. The sreen top parts are to be
cn! away : she brewa part is to be set oet a3 lay
er :n Sehk prepared for its reception. Laytbem
ho'izoataBy. with asasall external exposure at the
t .3 thea caver with three inches of earth.
Tt is OBlf ia the first period of its growth, tbat
the pltat re-eeires weeding. After the first cut-
- r osssjaews bH weeds asd Reeds very little
aiieaba. The reCase left ia preparing the fibre1
for iMrbet. tsisfin3 to saejnre the plant, by fork-1
rvHssader.
TtMRi it a feast ia this eKaate that herb (he
r.
THE HASTBST.
As we have seid. the Ramie yields three Her
berts a year. Ia LaaiaiaBa, six feet is the aver
a hifrhteftheptaBt. r
It eat fifca seeacaae. with a nhette and
j; fosses! deeiraHs te catit weM into the gronnd.
f m to s4ow ae trace of stabbte.
ar saxie as rrs xabket tautr.
At the Mimrisftpi State Fair. President IVes
tw wrd aN piasters te ge into the cultivation
r Kaaus. He said "a tew years ago when the
ate was first iatrodaeed iete this country, we
IV no assrhiaun aflapted to the' rsaaipofauion of
'isc aad csfUefi fibra. it wa?therefere unprofiL
aHe. Bat mw we have machinery that in 24
I tin after H it takes from the field, converts it
rUautSMOkn.
It saeatd he aasierstood that EsgHsfa manufac
!mo prefer te hey Jt from us ia the first stage of
-.:-v'eached preparation, when it is now worth X0
a lea there."
Till lately tisere was no Asaerican machine to
cfcep!y prepare the fibre, bow we have Le Franc's
Kasase Dreecer. whteh h perfect in preparation
and in e restorer. It wetghs 1060 pounds and
co tS4 dallirs. Itjcecsists of a series of rol
lers and scrapers, by which 400 pounds of fibre is
rfcuri s in a day. The stalks ost tosy are to.
owrnw clean fabric, reaiy baled for the market j
Tr laaehini has given new impetsts to Ramie
r antior in IxwMtaoa, where it is now the most
profitable agncattsBe.
WB2. XT (WOW IX CALTTOKSIA t
J adge Graham plasted 100 roots at Haywood,
Altaieda Oa-in'thf Spring of 1ST0. Keverwas
growth aere laxBriaBt. The ra loons were all lay
ered dews whea'iripe, and new he bas 60,000 roots
for case after roppjytstg his own increased wants
for IfTs). Of al thiags that grew in California
xwafastbeaUtheRaaiie. It belongs to the Net-
X . 'Ramie.
-vtVe fassfiy. bsK k lUagess. It grows rank as all
etUe de ia tH coealry.
ATAKTASBS OT CUI-TIVATINC EAylE.
The pkot has bo eaeasies. The crop pays far
tieUer tbaa eaitoc or asy other farming prodoc-
. , t. ' " rt .
uwi stw psnthsl li & 3 EQperrar xrore in
eeery retpeet It works eqaaHy well with silk
aad with wanted chxia. It takes fast colors asd
it alwayc has a.slky fcitre; it scrpassei all other
Sfaras hi rrear.
There iaaa.csssred market for Ramie in Eng.
Bocbnaerla Tcnacllinn.
The TsMTTiiril sxae of the Ramie plant It is
a satrre f the Ulaad of Jars, aod.was first intro
daced rats EsKspe in the year IE44 where it ro
coseed iu suae; it was first imported into the
Tasted States te the year 1667. Tfce fibre is
aseesred frssi the inner bark of the stem, and
when preptredfer spinaing is white, soft, and
gfecsj. It ateadiy receives the different dyes
witheat tea of strength, and when manufactured
is aude into doth, sometimes mixed with cotton
or wet The doth, is said to be between the
finest aeo asd the best sHk.
' The Ri30e was first iatrodaeed in tbis State
Lccaiar.a, in large quantities by Mr. John
Phach. ef this place, in the month of February of
this rear. Owing to the cnfavorableness of the
aeaass as well as the lateness, the root was plant
ed ec a piece of land prepared for the culture of
eera. (a heavy, sandy, loam soil) in rows of six
fed apart each way. Tfce stocka this summer
hare grown ve feet in height, and were laid for
catisigi ajea- weeks Knee. The brejuM been
iriedSd prove to b of the best qcaEtyrconse
qgextlr there resaini so doohU as to the sncccss
fai propagsss ol the plant in this county.
JastLce tishaat btely Tcceived acraariUty of
IltTfrie roots, sad has bees errsally fortune te in
the growth of the plant The two plantations
areabost three miles apart; tfce latter situated
on the sandy soil of the San Lorenzo creek, and
the former in a part of this town, below the line
of the Western Pacific Railroad.
Xotbingomparatirely, is yet known of the
soils of this vicinity best adapted to the growth
of the Ramie. Other countries recommend sandy
loam ; climate may make a difference here, and
the fu tare growth of the plant is a matter of ex
periment. The gronnd should be well prepared
and plocgbed deep, and after the roots are set
oat the weeds should be kept down until sach
time as the plant stools and spreads, somewhat
after the manner of wheat, then it is no longer
necessarr to Day attention to it. It does not re-
quire planting each year, and when ripe, may be
...
known by the leaves falling from.the Mem. .It
can then be cut with a mower, and after the
bandies are made up like faggots and the plant
used to bind with, it is then to be conducted to a
simple machine expressly made for the purpose,
which costs three Jiundred and fifty doBars,lh
a capacity of four hundred pound? per day ; after
- -. 1 1 , - , -1 , , ,
- vpassing the 'machine the fibre b packed in bales
ready for market.
It requires one thousand plants to set ont an
acre of land. The value of lie. plant. at present
is two hundred dollars per thousand, and it is es
timated that it costs the first'year to plough, plant
caltirate and harvest, including cost of roots, two
hundred and thirty dollars per acre. The increase
of the Ramie the second year is at least four hun
dred per cent. . The yield per acre of fibre is esti
mated at three-thousand pounds. At present it
cannot be known to a certainty. A Han Fran
cisco firm offers to contract for all the fibre tbat
can be.raised the next fire years, .at the rate of
iK-cniy cents per poitna, lor me purpose 01 snip
ping it to Europe. There are no manufacturers
in this State. From a letter perused upon the
! tLe msch,DerJ' to PP
its points, can be purchased for the Earn of .fire
thousand dollars in New York. The fibre so J
prepared is worth from three to four dollars per
Clousli'o l'roceh ol'Wci'ocatiiiK' and
ItcfiniiiK' Cane Juice.
In the ordinary methods of Defecating Cane
Juice the temper lime ia added to the crude juice,
and at the boiling point the scum, which appears
on the surface, is removed. Upon further boilin
other impurities appear, and are removed by
skimming or sweeping. In thi3 operation the
juice is but imperfectly defecated, as a considera
ble portion of the impurities remain as minute
floating tnrticles in the liquid, and communicate
a gray or dirty cast to the sugar. Thi3 method
is, moreover, very laborious, it requires an active
and steady fire and the most unremitting atten
tion and fidelity on the pert of the operatives.
But there are other and mere important ob
jections to this method of working, some of which
are the following:
-FYrif Adding lime to the green jitice is' inap
propriate and injurious. The chlorophvl, free al
bo men, and many other imparities contained in
cane juke may be raised to the surface by heat
alone, while the action of lime upon tbeso fecu
lencies produces color and othewise injuries the
quality of the sugar.
Second When lime is added to crude juice its
property is mainly exhausted upon impurityss
which should be removed before the lime is ap
plied, and its effect in coagulating the gummy or
glutinous impurities, and in refining the juice, is
almost entirely lost
Third Any process or method which depends
upoo skimming alone as a means of cleaning cane
juice is, in the nature of things, uncertain and im
perfect
The process which is here submitted provides
a simple, convenient and certain method by which
the juice is both defecated and refined, and all
before the work of evaporating is commenced,
The juice is first brought to the boiling point
ic a plain heater, when the green scum which ap
pears upon the surface is removed.
"ext, the juice, while stiUI in the heater, is
treated with a small dose of lime, mixed with a
quantity of finely gronnd sulphate of baryta.
The lime produces an instantaneous coaglution of
the gummy impurities, forming n delicate flaky
tissue throughout the whole mass ; this encloses
and locks up the atmos of baryta, and all other
floatisg particles which remain in the juice.
The juice is then drawn off into a settling tank
where in a few minutes, the flaky impurities
made Heavy by the particles ol baryta which they
enclose settle to the bottom in the form of a
dense, compact sediment, alter which the clear
and perfectly refind liquid is drawn off and boiled
down to sugar.
The powdered sulphate of baryta is used solely
for the purpose of causing the gummy impurities,
coigulated by tfce lime, to subside. It is a perfect
ly insoluble and harmless substance, and imparts
no property whatever to the sugar.
The apparatus required for using this process
is very simple, consisting of a heater and two set
tling tanks, and these can usually be arranged in
connection with existing works without any im
portant changes.- '-.
Cane juice that bas been defeacated and refined
by this process may be charged directly into a
vacuum ;pan and made tp produce ichite sugar
without the uti-of bone hlatkl Boiled in an or
dinary open train, or in the newly introduced
Cook's Evaporator, it will afford a perfectly dean.
bright sugar, and with a great saving in labor.
For further information relating to this process
address Clough Refining Co., Cincinnati, O., or
John A.- Dougherty, .Esq., Baton Rouge, general
agent forJIaisiana, qr 3 -M j
Tiios. B. Bodlet Co.,
.No. 3 Perdido St., 2Teu Orleans.
"We reed the other day an anecdote of a Mo-1
kawk justice of the peace who refused to commit
a man for bigamy, although iUjros clearly proven
that he had four wives.' His excuse was : "If fie
lifs ratt four-wives he got bunishment'enoucb. I
(if mit onel" That gentleman was a man of fore-
tbought.
Dtxcccn Cicaes. A. conductor oNa New
York train told me the other day that thieve.
or some of them, who travel on the rail for a liv
ing, at the expense bf honest people, have inven
ted a new triet for the purpose x robbery. The
device consists of a drugged cigar, the smoking
of which produces a gradual butalmost deadly ef
fect upon the victim. The game consists of the
operator making himself respectfally present in
the smoaking car of a train, and at the right time
he engages in conversation with a stranger, and
after a while offers him a agar, which be takes
from bis pocket with a handful of others. The
operator, unnoticed, then smokes a dear taken
from another pocket, and soon the gentleman
feels dizzy and falls asleep, bnt soon awakens to
vomit freely in a state of copious perspiration.
After. his sickn ess ia over, or upon arriving at the
end of.hisjonnjey.he discovers that he SeebeeB
robbed of fcu rjocket-book. IJajZo! ccrr.'C7iiato
lrwune.
Tax pljreon mall from Paris tiggtsts to a cotem
porary the Inlfilloeot, bf the acrlptnre prophecy:
"For a bird of the sir shall carry the roler, and that
which hath wings shall tell the matter."
MERCHANDISE, &G.
JUST RECEIVED
"A.S. POPE,1'
AXD
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED,
SUPERIOR
COiTXAQ-Jb JrlAlNOSI
I Prom the celebrated manufacturer, A. BOND, Pari
CVinll TCr, ROTr "MVii-o ? Vno!
fcj 1 1 n I I I I s Wit T U1K . A wl
VT will it they were ordf red bj A. II. HAVELL,
who was well qaxlised to judge of their superior
qailities, he being a Crst-clus moskuD, ud baring
dealt in Ueae 1'iasoi lor ierem yesn in Aoitraltm,
These Pianos are in beautiful Italian walnut cases.
and are in splendid condition, baring been packed in
zinc lined cases.
ALSO
TWO ST7FX2RIO& PXAXtTOS.
In Rosewood' Cases, from the well-knowa bouse of
HALLETT A CU-MPSOSBoston. Also, direct from
London per "A, J. Fope, a see assortment of
liTUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
SUCH Xi
Harmoniums, Violins, Organ Concertinas,
truttars, Violin and Uuitar (strings,
JHnno Strings and Felt, 2Tusical
Jioxes, assforted ; Organ
. . Accordeqns Kttk stands,
Tamlorines,
Jlegulation Drums and Toy Drums.
Also a large assortment or
HOUSEHOLD-FURNITURE
EX LATE ARRIVALS,
Now Opening,
All of which will b sold CHEAP FOR CASH at ray
are rooms on jr on eireei. 4'amcalars in adver
tisement next week.
49 3me C. E. WILLIAMS.
JfJE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
JUST RECEIVED!
Ticl 3Tcar- SfoOlo Toy
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen & Nuuanu treets,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
TIio Plncst -Ajsftsoxrtzxa.oxaL't
OF
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Bver Imported Into this 3Iarltet,
ASD-wmcn
HE OFFERS AT ItEASOXABtiE KATES.
li eij
SELLING
OFF 1
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash!
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. Wl DDI FIELD,
IVonld Cnll the Attention of
PLANTERS, MERCHANTS k MECHANICS
TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE !
PECULIARLY ADAPTED
For the Wants of the Island Trade.
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE HE A GALL I
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS JIAXT THIXOS WILL BE SOLD
Wot Only cvt Cost,
BUT IN MANY INSTANCES,
CREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MAKE ROOM
FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTJIEXT
or
gricultural and Other Implements,
Coming: from, the East.
The Usual Discount Madt to Hie Trade!
Sr Orders from the other Islands resnectfollT
solicited, promptly attended to and filled with care.
X3T No Connection with the Firm across the Wer.
am 21
THOS. C. THRUM'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL,
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
AND
CIRCULATING LIBRARY!
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER barinr enrchased the intereit
of Messrs. BLACK 4 ACLD in the Stationer, News
and Periodical Boiioell, nill continue the jams and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Snch as Foolscap, Legal-cap, Letter,
note ana limet, and Harpers' nrcIope,
Aceonnt-cnrrent and EDI Paper,
Cloth-lined, Veilna, White, Bloe,
Sofl" and Ctnirr Enrtnni.
Black, Copying and Writing, Violet, Bine,
carmine and tjmpathetic Inks, Feas and
Holders. Inkstands 1 Pencils in rarietr.
Files tap and letter file. Letter Clips,
raper rasteners, linnoer, erasers, Italers,
Penraeks, Red Tape, Baiter Bands,
Sealing Wax, Notarial Seals, 1c.
Xllnnlf Books, I.olg;cr, Journals,
Daj, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
cciap, laog, i.eceipL ana note uooks,
Penn's Letter Books, with ink,
Press floTyTiny Ttnritff.
Drawing Taper, Blotting Taper and Boards,
A.ruioi iards, Hater Colors, Dcminoei,
Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, ic.
To the above, with a Urge Supply of
AMERICAN 4 ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
wOl shortly be expected, a foil and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlx Clx-csuXestlxiff Xaitox-skr-y
' Saf Will contain Standard WorVi r,f ruin
New Books wfll be added by erery Steamer.
J. F. Smith's, Dickens', Balwers, D'lsraeli'f,
ungene toe j, Wilkia Collins', Marryatt's, -
Jlias'Braddon'a, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
Mn. Ellen Wood's, Miss Hulbach'i, Thaekarty ',
Mrs. Grej's Victor Hugo's, T. S. Arthar'f,
Pierce Eagxn's, and others are now on hand.
BT THE NEXT STEAMER will br added
Anthony Trollope's, Amelia B. Edwards',
Annie Thomas. Mrs. Oliphant's, Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. LereHs, M?sj Mnlloek's
Chas. Jteid's, and Mn. Soathworth's, together
with all the LaUit NoreU.
EagTiTiaS-, Cary, tHeseU Cutting Copyisg.
will still be attended to.
Xkaakful for rait farors. the adrertlser kanei. W
itrict attention to bueisea asd the' wants ef liar pat.
roB, to meet with a continuance of the same,
A n AH nrtfr, fran. IK l?MfH . .1 ,1..
Islands, promptly attended to. at the lowest raiM.
Heaolola, Eept. 27sh, 1670. 37-Cci
riaio'w to
A Penny Saved is
TEE UKDERS1GXED ARE PREPARED TO GIVE SATISFACTION
TO AJLL DEALER
HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Who will favor
TVE IMPORT
FROM MANUFACTURERS IN
v will Soil at
THOUSAND! ONE OTHER
That neither timo nor space
Carpenter's, Cooper's, Machinists
HURT'S (ASD OTHER MAKERS) AXES
NAILS-COT, BOAT, TVEOCOHT, FlXISn. SPI
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
SILVER PLATED dHo and Metropolitan Driving Bits. Light Harness MOUNTINGS, Silver
' Plated and Jananned. GIG SADDLE TREES. Japanned and Silver Mountings.
MARKET BASKETS, assorted sites. STOCKS AND
Keg, Barrel and Cask iUVETs. A very large
CARRI -A-CSr-E!
Best Hickory Spokes, from 1 to 2 Inch. Best Hickory
1 ... O t-U C. 11.. -tkvli
Best Uickory Bnggy and Express Shafts. Best Hickory
ucil illCKory jiows lor noggies snu carriages, cw cpuuic,. Aim u i" lu6 w.
Carriace Snrinrs. Kilintic and Sido or Concord. Fifth Wheels and Anti-Rattlers. Anti-Shaft Rattlers.
Hubber Spring Protectors. Silver Plated Hnb Bands.
and octagon. Stamp Joints, Top Props, Slat Irons,
Felloe Plates, Clip King Bolts, Carriage and Tire Bolts, Axle Clips.
BRIDLE AND SADDLE ORNAMENTS, IN GREAT VARIETY !
Saddle Nails, Carriage Lining Kails,
Silver Plated Japanned
Harness Buckles and Kings.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TABLE CUTLERY!
Plated Porks and Spoons, each Tea, Dessert and Table.
SCISSORS AND RAZORS.
Carriage and Hunliiig or Riding Whips!
PAINTS,
A great variety, pnt np in Oil. in cans from to 25 lb
cans, nil ot the VUi UtbX.
Also, a Good Assortment of Dry Paints
And Putty, Chalk, Whiting-,
French Bed and Tellow Ochre,
Fire-Proof Paint,
Hnbbnck's Pare White Zinc and Lead.
Boiled Linseed Oil.
Devoes1 Copal and Damar Varnish
Turpentine, Black Japan,
Knotting Composition,
Patent Drier.
IRON PURNACE ROLLERS, from 6 to 20 Gallons.
Iron Negro Pots, from 3 to 10 gallons.
Sauce Pans, Tin and Porcelain lined, 1 pt. to 3 galls
Fry Pans, all sizes, Tea Kettles, cast and sheet iron.
from 3 to S quarts.
Bracket Lamps, Stand Lamps, all sizes,
CHANDELIERS, 1. 2 and 3 burners.
All Sizes Chicaners
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
CIlAnCOAL SHIELD IKONS.
BELLOWS, Blacksmith, from 14 to 40 in.
BRONZE IKON BRACKETS, all
FANCY" WALL BRACKETS, east iron, colored
IJlaclc Walnut, not naif as cxpenslre,
Also, .A. Grreat Variety of" Seine Twine !
Wrapping Twines, Fish Lines,
MASTERS OF SHIPS
Should Call at No.
WHERE THEY
Double and Single Barrel Shot
Sliot Pouches, Potrdcr FInH,
And a half dozen other strles and qualities to suit, from
Butcher Enires, got out expressly for
An Endless Variety of Pocket Cutlery,
wiaz a.od Roping Palmi, Sail Twine, best
Connecting links, Topsail Cliains, Coopers' Hammers and Drivers, and other Tools,
- ' TT fTf TfTtTTsTT tt TFT. Tit
Sold at Prices that
TACKS of all kinds, tinned, common iron, Swedes iron, patent douMo pointed.
Sbelton's TJpbo!sterers--Round Head and Gfrnp.
COFFIN TACKS, SCREWS, PUTES AND HANDLES,
A full Assortment.
CARTER'S COPYING INK!
In pints and quarts.
Steam Ganges-
Cruet Standi, Electro Plated,
'Wrought Staples for 'VTIro Fencing,
The Eeal Manila Cordage, i, i, 1. H. U. H. 2 laeh.
The Beal Baling Eope.'two strand. "
Any on wishing ts get DB1 GOODS at a Bargain will please Call Immediately, as we wish U clou ont the
Balance of our Stock of Cassimeres, Horroek's White Cotton, and other brands, Fnrniture Prints,
just' receired; Fancy Wool Table Cloths, White Toilet Table Corers. White Flannel, Black
Mohair Lustre, Lace Mosquito Ketting. Spool Cottons, Sewing Keedles, Unen and
Eflk Shoe Lacings, TnOMPSOITS GLOVE FITTIN'O CORSETS, Brown
Linen Table Daaask, Fumllare Damask and Oimp, Best White
Linen Fronting, Gents' White Linen Handkerchiefs,
Thwe with tho Thousand and One things net mentioned, will be Sold by
DILLINGHAM CO.,
i.lm to. as Ki.tc street.
Furnished .Rooms
TO LET, at Mrs. T. Thrum's,
Jfo.'2S King Street. -lje
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ARTLETT
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SALOON,
6mr' of Hotel and' Fert SHxeet.
THE CHOICBBT'AirD'BEST 0FXLB6,;WDfjrS
asd Spirits always lobe fssad at the Ear. 22-1 J
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Two-Pence Earned I
AND CONSUMERS
-OF-
us with their Trade.
ALL OUR GOODS
ENGLAND AND UNITED STATES
' Hod HocIl y prlooa,
ARTICLES OF HARDWARE, Etc
will allow us to enumerate.
and Agriculturist's Tools of all Kinds,
AND IIATCIIETS, of every description.
KES COT, WKOCOnT, EU1P, PLAIN AND GALVANIZED,
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BITS, BRIDLES. SPURS, &o., &c.
DIES, foil assortment, tho largest will ent np to 2 in.
asorUnent or American ilAUlll.Mj llUL.lb.
MATERI A T,S,
Rims, from 1 to 2 Inch. Axles, balf patent and
TU,t Arnrtiiil Elm TInh. from 3x(t tn Qr12.
Poles. Best Hickory WhiBlotrees and Cross Bars.
Silver Tlated Shaft, Polo and Yoko Tips, each plain
large Mule Collars and Harness,
Plow,and Horse Cart Harness,
Trace Chains, &c., &c.
UNIVERSAL STEEL PLOWS,
D Handled Ronnd Pointed Spades and ShoTels,
Lone Handle Spades and Shovels,
Hay and Manure Forks, 003. but Cast Steel
eteel, Iron and tt ooJen liases.
Scythes and Snaths, Ox Bows, 1J, 1J, 2 inch.
Ox Chains, Log Chains,
Dog Chains, Monkey Chains
WOODEN HANDLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Looks, a great variety of every kind
HEAVY BRASS SHIP BUTTS,
Copper Hods, from 1-4 to 1 1-4 in. for Bolts,
BAR. STEEL,
Square and Octagon, from to 1) in.
WIRE Bright, Iron, Brass and Copper, from No. I
to Ho. 21 ; Wire for Fencing, No. i to 6.
Cedar Tnbs and Pails, Brass and Iron Hooped, all slses
Painted Wooden Tnbs and Pails.
Galvanized Iron Tnbs and Pails, asst'd sites.
LAMP BLACK, VERMILLION, (China,)
PUMICE STOKE, Lump and Powdered,
Rotten Stone, Soap Stone, Ontn Shellac, etc.
SCALES,
Platform, different sizes.
Platform, Tea Spring Balances,
Steel Yards, Cbatillon's Scale Beams.
MILLS. Coffee, larce assortment.
MILLS, Spice, Corn or Wheat.
Crowbars, all sizes, 20 to 60 lbs.
SHIP'S CROWBARS.
Horsa Hoes, Cultivators, .Eagle Plows,
No. A. 2 and 20.
sizes, something rery elegant and cheap.
imitation of Black Walnut, quite as handsome as the
and will not soil the wall paper.
Cod Lines, Fish Hooks of erery size.
DESIRING TRADE,
95 King Street,
CAN OET
Onus, Powder, Shot of all sizes
I'crcunnlcm Cnpt, Eley't Ifcxt,
100 to 100,000. CHEAP FILES, all sizes and kinds.
trade. Butcher Steels, 8 to 16 inch.
Sail Needles and Hooks, Marlin Spikes,
Copper Tacks, Ship's Scrapers , thick steel.
will give Satisfaction !
AMOSKEAG DENIMS
Bj Piece or Bale.
Byam's 8 Card Matches!
Brown Cottons by the Piece or Bale.
Henry's Carbines and Bifles, Parlor Eifles,
Cartridges fer Henry's Hit, the Parlor BlSes
and Berolrcrs.
THE SEAL HAVANA CIGARS !
A few thousand of wbfch we win close oat
Cheap by the lot. ,
Black Bstn for Bhhs' Usee1-
Pale Koiin, No. 1 Canitic Soda;
VOLCANO
HOUSE,
CEATES 0?
KI1AOZA, HAWAII.
mb THIS KSTABLISMXE XT' 18'SO W
mm foe the rectptton of rbHorato U Tdlcaao
Hon,, who may rely on atadUgeoeisurtftble rooms, a good
tab!, aa4 prsoipt alusdaaee. Iprlesel sjutae br the
' atwajscn Iks4.
tTZAX AID
SULFETJS BATHS 1
mi .ftaU4 UuSttb,
CXaMM KKAWAllLK.-r- -.
Partoe rUlttat tfce Tclssao re Miiiaiiiisiili
wanaaieu w aaae sMjewarr, ty 9. H. mvsatvec, skj.
S7
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JtfERUHANDISE, &C.
THEOD. G. HEUCK
- has received
-BT THE
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HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE;
Hnltcnnann,
Raster,
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XffiMM
FROM GERMAjNX.
-A SPLENDID
SELECTED WITH THE, tREATESX CAKE
EXPBESSLY FOE THIS MAEEET
coNSisrrsa or-
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
DJR,Y GOODS!
FANCY GOODS!
Silk, Woolen and . Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
Uroad and UrUliant Cloths,
Saddler-, Groceries,
Paint and Oils,
Wall Paper,
GERMAN PALE ALE & P0RTEB,
qts I pts Deetjen A Schrooder1! Star brand.
Besl French c,ards and Bran(,y'
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in eases and In bulk.
Sparkling? Iloclr, In quarts and pints,
Port IVInc, IIolT'K Malt Extract
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes.
of the best make and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed ia bril
liancy of tone,
Three Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,
AND
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Kcmerous to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
J2 For Sale on the most Beasonable Terms.
-ALSO-
0l I3C.SiH.c3L !
jypMimitAY'S Frcah Orstcrs,
No. 1 Hawaiian Bice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope 1 j, 2, 2 and 3 Inches,
Uarana Cigars the test In the market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil ; Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco
.Kcw Strles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ae, Ae,
For Hale Cheap;
at the Store of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
. Fort Street.
Honolulu, Sept. 14th, 1S70, 35-tf
FAIil; TRADE 187-0
Best A I Hawaiian
SE MESS BEEF, fgl
PACKED BT
C. ERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
AKD WABItAHTED.
The abore Beef ts packed bj an experienced'
Buteber, eared in Lirersool Bait.
Turk's Island Salt. The best reference eaa' be
fires. For sale In quantities ta suit by
TriEOD. C, HEUCK,
Hflnolnlo, SepUKth, lS70-I4-em
C. W. GREY St CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works.
it LtlM.-Xuu&etaran aaA BeaWi
OsaWrM
asd prompUy attested to.
MEKGHANDISE,. kC.
AT WHOLESALE-
-ANIE -
RETAIL!
. BT -!.-,.
f -r
G&STJLE & COOKE,
Consisting ia Part cf v
Finest White all Wool 1-4 Flannel.. -FinestWhita
all WoolAAnroU. White Flansals.
Good Qrey and Whit all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting, '
Thompson's O lore-Fitting Corsets,
Amoskeag Denims. Jeans, Drills anl$ -, .
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A'Sup'raart' of-Statlofitrj,-
Water Lined Notafafery
White Ruled Note Paper,
Whit Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter and Dm Paper,
, White, Cuff an.d Amber aad Letter.' and Not
Enreiopes,
Parson's Indelible, and Carter's 'Copying Ink,
Jmista' A Boek-keepri' Flexible Balers,
Smith A Wesson's Pistols a Cartridjr...
Hair Girths. Stirrups a Leathers,
Snanish Trees, Croupe rs aad Bridies,
Oak Belting, Street Brooms,
Wood Faucets, Lamp Black,
Hal Inn PacUlajr Lace leather.
Paints, Oils, &c.
Whit Zinc A Lead, in 1,2 23 E containers
Paris and Chroma Oreen, i--
Chrome Yellow. Umber, Sienner, ,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladder! of, Putty,
Carriage and Coack Yariigi,
Bright. Copal and Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe, Pick, Sledge, Ads, Hoe, Oo,
Hammer Jt Chisel. Handles.
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Coopers' Tools,
Crozers, HoweLs, and Champering, Knires,
Carpenter's Planes,
Fore, Smooth, Jack & Jelntirs, .
Cut Nails, 3, 4, , S, 10, 12, 0, 30,40, SO and
COd, Boat Nails, 1, U, 1 a i inch.
Pressed Nails, 22, Inch.
Cooper's Rlrets, 4, 7 a 8 lbs.
Copper Rirets a Burs, , j,
8 a J inch, Gimp Tacks,
Iron a Copper Tacks of all sizes.
Best Rabbar Hose, i, 1, 1, 1 a 2 lnih.
Centrifugal, Varnish. Paint. White-Wash
and Scrub Brushes, Cor'd Tin Pails,
. 1, 2, 3. 4, S. 8, 10 a 12 quarts,
Corered Slop Palls, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering Irons. Tillages, steals,
" Hammers", Gauges, Squares, Chiseli"
Augers, Stores, Lima Squeezers,
Yard Sticks, Bung Starters, Axes,
Shorels, Spades, Oos, Lanterns, .
Eagle Horse, A and 0 Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra heary aad strong.
Protoxide of Iron, Pain KillerT " " -
Poland's White Pin Compound,
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc.
Downer's Keroxcno Oil,
From the Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
ALL TO BE SOLD LOW.
tt
Pro Bono Publico!"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO..
3Ezvt7'o on TTgja.c3L
AND IN TRANSIT,
Direct Importations
FROM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
The I-urjjeat and
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OX THE UAIVAIIAX CItOUP,
Consisting in Fart of, rii the Celtbratad
g-:e3 asrTJna-DE2
Scotch Tweed Suit I
Cashmsre, Cloth tc Drill Garments,
In all rarietiea.
Complete Black Drsu and Walking Bolts,
Boys' Whit. Linen Cashnera
and Cloth Salts
A FULL ASSORTMENT Ol
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHN M. DA VIES A CO'S
Celebrated Patent White Skirts,
Styled Darles A Jones, in all grades.
Orcrnlilrta! Orcrsblrta! Ovcraklrtaf
In Qrey Flannel, Diagonal,
Printed and Crimean.
ALL OF THESE GOODS
AAE AT
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PSI0ESI
Hats! Hats! Hatsi!
Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery!
For OenU', Ladles and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENGLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS
"5?aiilee IVotioii!
Boots and Shoes,
DIRECT FR0M"THE MANUFACTURERS.
At the Tcry Io-trext possible Price
By the' original package. t
AN ASSOB.TMTMENT OP
French Gaiters & Pumps,
Of the La lei t Strles, warranted genuine, o." the
rery best material. Asia eonstantlr on hand
Toe wety beat Importation, ot JtnllTCI;rm t
For SL by
M. S. GRINBAUM c CO..
15-lf vr.v.'. mub
PHOTOGRAPHS!
X. DICKSOV It.. j
the Oallerr ea Fort Pr.., ....
sde, between King aad HoUl Su
and Is stow prepared to take Piov
tar "j desired stria or aba.
fif'ttUvi Views for Bali.
tj-aag
H0K0LTJLU IXOlf WOUI CO.
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 2. 1871.
our pneea for Iron will tx&tl. . ' '
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRON
WyB CENTS PER POUXD.
Light ft Msdium Kar Irstt,
FIVE-AND-.i.HXLF CEST3, Pi LB.
Ssae
SOLlt SADBL1
J sroMtenwsH-kaowa
WAIXXA TAXXKKY, C. JfeTLXT,' J'sSJ'r
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