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jroyoLCiv. march ik, len
f srtaat "wsstha, lb. .nrriral of a
suUec tkeir mil
W -satire tbe e-eesters
r we toaSed, ansl-Itfe sai-prising to
f tanAer tfeet are week);
I hare as the .Saw iiH.
i TWbtt aaa Head ffllenWh
4k UO- far 6m FraaewM, assd tb North
kBtatfaraa Mn lk- Tbe former ves-
I Ma a-artis! freafht of eagar, wHte tbe tetier
l W aiUsid (m kw steee nr
i IM mmm. Gaott-e H.wland.
, in .1 u4 Uf utMk.Mt Say Head, with
IW Britak M lf-saty JWliriy arrives! yesterday
; Ml rfcie pert ith. Mb, for
& .wiag to Hreng winds
I 'ntn nte-repairs.
TW Vis-tar ailin-l jmHuif fnm Vagl Sswnd,
ra p.ile, arc tbe Graee
i Fmr I Mil ia a few aajs ; the
, eaia-a f kra asa-ek, salts to-
tfce CaOafcs ir Mr Syd-sey, aad the Bysan-
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, Man 11. BJaai.
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a km I mi, a 1M bbVr ail. tear w.r
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br a umHii oatfrnn
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hn attfa?jSiaj aad Xarj, fH Kauai, a&4
SAIl.aD.
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mt JiaaMaataiMi, Mr Haawt, att
r aaat. avl luntr lor Nanii.
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CanHii. flala, araa Fraacam.
ar lraiiai a Ml a, am 1 1
far Xaji, aaa M Kj tr Kootaa.
aa V. far HaantL Mlm WaWs
iaaillll. tar Xaai, aarf Hoa.M for
nnii.a Aims.
laara ((uraaUlj tbalMel-
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a Oa aarfOa
aria awWaatair, arHalHiat TMla
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5 la Htt, Macaal;
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r OTaaJaf aaat aaiM acaaa aw Wtda-
LCaaa iaaf lhat tfc nawct thai
. aaal a a rarrylas ao aaatv aail taao
ibC aflaaa hbsI baas ta aifa'
. aaM haaa Now Badftad
rpart af Hatfiaiiage
OVtW Jaaa faaaaalll
ilia
MawaH oa ta
I ia aart aa Ma anrateg of
aaiaaoae, kaltac taken V"
T, faratiii.
a k lsi of rob., ad
ariaaa to Uae woalivaniof
atbt BtcMaf the
Vantair ma,tilatej
a b.3M. l-aaat
taaaaiaeii toat
falt I
"Saw. Itch. Oa
taUtvta-
bat waattaaf betas;
kayejasbillj
tbe Senile s(
Tart.lW
at aasisal Meet aaaTa Haal,
hat Mae, la Vat.
get it
er stoke the
Jaa.
Afser crest.
aac a easily Ar-
, Of. 11th. Ilai
T Cape MarmWadiw-
. and heal Iraee aad luetud ether1 daaiaxe.
rial
. i m last I lit. Task 19V kartell af
tota ItlaaUraad raeMe. Jee-
m. Catssa. cMaf atmeer, aad
f OaaL W. KaBjr. who fU arrire
s. sl ir
Oa hsrbae aad naieksi i d ea Thara-
Om IV-a -aatealaaaaikeS lr her aaal, bat
kaarr araeA ladMa Satssrhj itenseen
0 t d enjt tep-Haat -nrdia the
aaawatOidas ktaetgg. .
Mtmrj All rtj. Ga-at. Bartatua, wbicfa
klsaart tVa tck. (sr a Fnamoa. ruanitJ In
remrtren dsya after
-a-Meh Hralaed tbe eeewl that
-Veres, feetac eery Bffct, eocU sot carry
esaavW her t taake aar rrocrees en tier
elh lkn tuc he eaaaala eaaatderadtt beet to
-part As Us id Vere ea Mealar. and andd
-ffSaMaar aaanaaac, a she csune iaatle for re-
-naaaaa WMd be OWL V eater. eT tbe Urkeotiae Tic
1. raftillsliid lUUltas. a fren Pcjet Soond. for
-rsat3ieuaia taa. tresa wblch ere take tbe
las "the laae ee the eet-eoa-e- Formt King,
alias aCaa.a-Bb: "See eehaoaer left Tieno-
pftlhe weatter Itria f aim, vu
Sear aaae. X bortbeast wind fTCang
r ta aaa north, tsbeo it ebat ta.
-Saeti) radar aad Uas. aad eoatitroed eo. Oa
anaei-ha aa. Wida aad Cant. Tattle obtained aa cbaerTa-1
lati,al BaJke aha jaaaasa ef the ecaooaer to Toe aboot U
as Iri 1 -aMee lreas)a a-lattery, a bra the f jg afala claaeJ.
Atdr e-i-ar-ro Tleea lii. rtb. aaj tbe s-Aoonrra aleoc
eTiaa ill, s-aitr aad sats--eaaj ult-ht. Fridaj snorn
as ehesr-! attv-ere'r t Uc eeboocer war la the bre-ik-
fear hull il, ma the
6. tesaae. m fcaMsst.
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afcHi I lllWn, MmhK.
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laiill ii ii,1fttil, .M It
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MMIawir
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aa faaaj aaa. Ika aaaa
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aWw4aaajaaa aaaaajti aava WManT aoao aim
aff &aaaa-aaaa. aMda lr aiawiy far Of. Cnm
aaalaamMflMMMpalrtfa4BaHaaa, la aaalai ralaraa
fla aWaaatar. QL. aiaailBaA
aas m aWtaaBc, aaa aTCaaa Bora. 0ar
l 1' f ' - .-
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baaaaaaraaaaa aa am akafaaaaaav.
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aaOMafaaBalaaaa I n li a Ha
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V?U.L "" " ' M' WM M"
BaaV aajr aa. Oaaa, Kama, aaOd &w Xw
-watJBraa ka aqaaaar. aakMh aaaa aaaal
4fea Vva. Vfla, Varik tkaa aaana
avaaaVlaaai-MaMAaatsSbMna.
ataaiai akfc aaaa aa a. IMfc. lai art i
af aS-ae mn I . Iat-aaa.
Tta IkMdh kat
VfrVaTVkV'a'eWVyBBaf aaj, aaaaai
4h eaaar araa
aaaWMaTi
eri and Immrdiatel y after atrock. Tha rehiwner waj In bJ
lart aaa i-ooml to Port Gamble. Tbe lBOLant were not ex
aeUj boatHe toward tbe ihlpwreeked crew, but seemed to
tbiak rhaterertber could lay tbefr bands on belonged io
ttom.sTne fnaltloo of tbe acbooner wma, afterward aacerUln
edto beabont eigbt milea to the eastward of'Barclaj.Sonn'd.
SnVls andonbtedla total loa, aa ebojiealn a fer bad poal
ttoa taatde of a reef of rocks, wberejt Is ImfossiUe to sate
i.ocai. smvs.
Phases of the Moon'for March. 1871,
riipiiro et cin. wnti smith.
. HOSOLntC TIME.
Marrb'eth. Folltoonf. ...
Martti l!tli, Last Quarter, .'.
MarHi 311 b. New Moon
March SStb. 1st Quarter.
T1MK SUN JUSlXa AND SETIISQ.
let. Sob T0-t 6i....n8et
Ha. Eaa Kiaea Cl Sod Sefs
M, aa Rfaaa 612 SulTSfll
3d, San IHaea. C 7 Son Sets
3Mk, Sun liiaea 6 1 Son Seta. ,
XI at, Saa IUki 5S San Sets
5 7,7
11 t! 2 is
6 29 1 AM
81I21S
... oeira
... 801 ..
.... eee .
.... 667 ..
.... 669 ..
....610 ..
Aoctios Bale. At 10 o'clock to-day, at Sale
room of C S. Birtow will be offered a varictv of
marly everything. Including a fine lot of furniturr.
We are Informed by tbe Koad Supervisor that tbe
repalrs'dn the brldse Kankanabua or " Biff Gulch"
at Ens, have beca completed anitbe bridge" ready
for nse. '
TnE I.nqbest vrbich was' to have been continued
lut Saturday, bos been etill fntber jioatponed until
tli23th 'JnsC, udcis aomelblng, should transpire
bcurfitbat'trmc nbich'tvouid require Its being held
Sent .to the Kbformatobt School. A boy oared
fourteen, was brought before tbe Police .Magistrate
ytlerday morning, charged with purloining a gold
pencil from a'l;oMtlleman In town. Tb'ecbargcbein);
proved, tbe boy waatcnt to tbe Reformatory School.
Sail Boat Kace. A sailing match between tbe
FaurlttMand King Phillip has been made,. which will
eerae-otrneit week; It was to bavetakjr-n4lace
yesterday afternoon, but as the purse to be Tailed
for was increased by the challenging party, the race
was postponed until-nczt Tuesday. The conrse to
be soiled Is to Pearl River and back.
Akotueh Whaleb. Tbe brig Bjzantium Is to be
Qtted as a'wbaler, and will be commanded by Cap).
lUns. We understand that several parties here
have an Interest in tbe enterprise, and as Cupt. Roys'
patent bomb'wiirbe osed.-thi brig will'probably
giveV'good rcKirt of herself next .XilL SLc will
proceed to Victoria before cruising.
The Next Mail Uncehtain. As there arc a
number who were lead to expect that tbe bark
X. S. Perkins wonld probably arrive this cck from
San Francisco, we have madefurtbcr Inquiry, and
learn that there Is no certainty in regard to her or
any other vessel before the return of the Steamer.
The Must Taylor probably arrived over yesterday,
would leave again, about Ibc EOtb, and be due here
on tbe 29th.
Real Estate Sold. On Saturday last, Jlr. C. S.
Bartow sold a small piece of real estate, consisting
of a bouse lot, and two kalo patches, which was
purchased by II. 11. Dimond for $150. The same
day, tbe old Charity School premises, on the. corner
of Kingand Ala pal Streets, changed bands at private
sale lor $2,200, Mr. J. P. Cooke being tbe purchas
er; the late owner, Mr J. S. Lemon, making a
handsome profit on bis recent investment.
Whaleks AniuvED. Since our last three whalers
have arrived on their first season from home. The
Reindeer arrived on Thursday morning, (the first
whaler of the season, ) tbe George Howland on
Saturday, and the fiay Head on Sunday. They have
all made a good catch since leaving Ken Bedford,
averaging nearly the same. These vessels made
good voyages ben out last, and we hope their old
luck will follow tbcm this voyage. Their reports
will be found in our marine column.
Fell OvEituoAitn. A number of small boys were
amusing themselves one alternoon last week at tbe
lower end of tbe esplanade. One of then- lost bis
bat which was carried off by a puff of wind, and
in running after It fell iuto tbe water. The others
were too small to render any assistance, and did not
have sense enough to call for belp, but stood crying
as tbey watched their playmate strnggling in tbe
water. Fortunately, a native woman, who was
coming ashore from a small craft near by, noticing
the commotion and ascertaining the cause, immedi
ately plunged Into tbe water and rescued the drown
tog obfld. She gave them all a sound reprimand
for golug near the water, and sent them up tbe
street.
Psactical Jokes are becoming quite frequent bf
late, but uooe more so out of place, than the one
perpetrated at Kaumakaplll Church on Saturday
night last. A number of wretches, (there is rea,
son to -believe there were more tbanouc concerned
In the act,') by some means effected an entrance into
the cburcb, and removed all tbe lamps and fixtures.
It was evidently done with tbe Intention of Interfer
ing with tbe usual Sunday evening servicej as we
are informed that tbe greater part of the lamps were
found Inside of the church on Monday morning by
tbe sexton. Steps have been taken which may soon
read to tbe discovery of the perpetrator-sand we
hope they will meet with tho punlshmeut they rich
ly deserve.
Niiaelt ooi.ng to Sda. A nuuiber of advent'ur
ods yoBlbs got Into a sail boat last Saturday after
noon, with tbe Intention of taking a sail outside of
tbe harbor. It was blowing a strong breeze at the
lime, and they weic advised several limes not to go,
as they might meet with some accident. But go
tbey would, In spite of what the "old fogies" bad
to say, and bandied their craft admirably until tbey
were some distance outside, and began to think It
was " time to go home." A difficulty arose which
they bad not counted on none of tbcm knew how
to "tack ship." Alter considerable dlfllcnlty, and
narrowly escaping being earned out to sea, they
managed to get alongside of a vessel which was at
anchor outside. Finally, a boat from shore was sent
to their assistance, which towed them Inside the
haroor. Tbelrideas have not been so "salt" since the
excursion.
IIoMieTT amon'q Rogues. On Satnrdayafternoon
last, while a gang of prisoners were at work at
Keoneula, a short distance from town,1 three of tbe
most notorious of tbcm becoming disgusted with
tbe style of society In which tbey 'unfortunately
found themselves, quietly resolved to secede from
the rest of their companions, and without bidding
theai adieu, sttrted off toward the mountains,' in
hopes that tbe change would prove more agreeable
than excavating kalo patches. The excursionists
were contpfeuous from the rest of tbe gang by
sporting a heavy chain each, with the usual trinkets
attached, but one was seen late the same evening in
Kallbl valley, be having succeeded in disposing of
what he no doubt considered waaa useless ornament
to a traveller. One of the'numbcr however, moro
bonest than the other two, and not wishing to car
ry off what did not belong to him, returned to the
prison (he same evening, concluding to forgo his
intended trip.- The othefa have not yet followed his
example, but will probably be forced to do so before
long.
Fisid. On Friday morning In tbe Police Court
Dr. A. C. Boffumnas 'fined $259' for violating Sec
tions and 5 of Chapter SS of the Revised Penal
Caae, which read as follows :
. Etery licensed pbjsidan, druggist or spolhecary, who
sball onnrtc-ttcd, sell or deliver any prescription containing;
any prraonens drag, or sobstaoee deleterious to human life to
be csed as medicine, skAll enter upon bis books aajd prescrip
tion w-tttn sat In fait, 'with tbe date thereof, with bis name
Speoded thereto, cr tbe name of the physician who pre-rib-tbe
same) end totrocb prescription shall be compounded,
sold or debt ered, naleas the name of tbe person enmpounding,
eetltBA or delirerlng thessme be appended to tbe prescription
In full, and every sock- pievtlpthra sball be preserved: and
eald books and prescript) shall be subject at all times to
tbe inspection of tbe Minister of tbe Interior or bis agent.
I Any prrwa TtotkUngtbe provisions cf thli Chapter shall
forfeit aatrciDut exceeding one thousand dollars for each
ffrnso.
It appears from the statement of Dr. Bnffam thit.ho
kept no prescription book whatever, and had conse
quently set Uielaw, which is an eminently jadicioos
ore, at defiance. Great injury baa frequently' been
donehereaa well aa In other countries br Ibe want ol
care aad circamSpeeUon on the part of dmggiits and
phyaietans in dispensing poisonous drags, and we
presume that the public Terdict wootd be, -"herta
person Is fined' for -aelAerate T'ofaUonoaJiBir
made expressly for Ibe protection of the public agaiott
inch caiele;neii, that " it serves him right."
- We translate from the Cologne OatMe, of the 2d
February, the folio-ring little story, which is a pleas
ant relief after the perusal of news of battles fought
and the destruction and misery caused by the war :
Three French officers, two of whom were from
Alsace, and perfectly conversant with tbe German
language, were living for a long while in Breslan,
(Silesia,) In.a, house the garret of which was let to a
woman whose Jiuaband la at tbe seat of war. -Her
little son had become attached to these foreign cfS
cers, who in return took a lilting to him, and he
therefore visited them daily. The officers were ranch
surprised to find the. little fellow did not show himself
for a whole week. Last Sunday forenoon, the boy
appeared again in the rooms of tbe officers, and told
them with tears in his eyes that a liitle brother had
been born, but that his mother was very sick, and be
had to take care of her all alone; that the little
brother wai to be baptized to-day, but that tbe
mother bad nobody to act as god-fatber. Tbe officers
comforted tho sad little fellew, and declared that tbey
wonld go to the church that afternoon and attend the
baptism, and take the part of god-fathers upon them
selves. When tbe mid-wife came that afternoon to
carry tbe child to cburcb, she was informed by the
sick woman that the French officers living in the
house would act as god-fathers. Tbe mid-wife went
to see tbe gtntlemen, who were immediately ready to
proceed to the church together with tbe infant. They
ordered a carriage, that tbe child migbt not be earned
through tbe cold, and then drove with tbe little
"eiioyen" to tbe Cathedral, trberc the baptism took
place. When tbe ceremony was ended, tbejbree
Frenchmen made very liberal presents to the mid
wife, and banded to her for tho mother of tbe infant
their gift as god-fathers a check for one hundred
tbalcrs. But besides this, they also provided the
feast-cake and several bottles of wine. Tbe glad
dened poor woman, who has not yet recovered, could
not thank the god-fathers cf her child, whom she has
never seen, still the aot of these honorable French
men deserves to be recorded as a beautiful trait of
charity and humanity.
St. Pathick's Dat. Friday next, the 17th lost.,
being St. Patgck's day it will not be amiss to give
our readers a short sketch of tlbe career of the patron
saiot of Ireland, as given by tbe orator of tbe day at
the celebration at San Francisco on tbe 17th of
March last, and wbich'we copy from the Alia. :
WHO ST. I-ATniCK WAS.
Tbe orator here gave a brief sketch of St. Patrick
and bis history in connection with tbe introduction of
Christianity into Ireland. About fourteen hundred
years ago, when a boy, be was taken from Gaul, bis
native place, and held captive in Ireland ; but being
a Christian, be profited by bis captivity. Twice be
escaped, and each time was returned to bondage: but
a third attempt proved successful, and from tbe mo
ment he regained bis Hl'crtj be resolved to become
the teacher of the people to whom he bad been a
slave. After a severe training under bis uncle, the
Bishop of Tours, be was ordained, and subsequently
consecrated Bishop, and sent to Ireland to labor for
tbo conversion of ber people. It was during the con
gress of Kings at lara, that M. l-atnck arrived, and
being Easter be lit tbe Pascal fire, thus unconeiously
violating tbe riles of tbo Druids, for which ho was
summoned to answer.
MItV TUt SnAMROCK IS WORX.
But bis eloquence soon obtained for him tbe respect
of tbe assembly, and he not only told tbem of tbe un
known God, but expounded the mystery of tbe Holy Tri
nity. To make it plainer, be held up to their view a
shamrock, a small plant common in tbe land ; its triple
leaf upon a common stem, gave tbem some idea of the
Holy Mystery. Since then, the Shamrock is a sacred
emblem to all our race. On to-day, the feast of Ire
land's Sainted Patron and Apostle, the Irishman
searches for it, in no matter what corner of tho earth
chance, duty or fortune may have thrown him.
In otber lands, thoso who planted the Cross gen
rally laid down their lircs as an earnest of victory.
It was otherwise in Ireland. In her Brebon code
and the custom of Tanistre, death was never inflicted.
If our country had no Fuma, Solon urn Lycurgus,
neither had sho to blush for a Draco, a Xero or a Ca
ligula. WITAT SA1ST PATRICE DIP.
During the thirty years of (be missionary career of
bt. i'atnek lie rounded more than three hundred chur
ches, and consecrated as many Bishops. He poured
the unction on more than three thousand priests, and
monastrics wcro founded which became fruitful
fountains of learning, whose beneficent influence was
felt and acknowledged by every country in Europe
Here England's Great Alfred, who founded the in
estimable right, trial by jury, was educated "Holy
women founded cloisters, and " from Kildaro's Holy
Shrine," we have a long line of Saintly virgins of
which any nation might well bo proud.
SArxT tatrick blessed mELA.ID.
We are told that prior to tbe death of our Saint,
be ascended a high mountain, and there, like Moses
among the Israclitis, he prajcl for, and blessed his
children, and the island of bis lore, tbat they might
be faithful, steadfast, ei cr ready to die for Jesus; and,
like St. Paul, always glory in His Cross. We are
told further the prayer was heard, the request granted.
In the beautiful lines of Potter,
And bow that Ood had promised
To p-rant blm all Ids prayer.
To watch aitli never Bleeping eye
The Inland ef Ids care.
To guard her io her sorrow,
To bless ber In herji.
To bless the old man and the maid.
The matron and her boy.
To bless her with a blessing,
Thxt shall fjr a e en-lnrc,
T.ikeep her sons still brave and Irne,
llrr dioghtrra chaste and pure.
Shall keep "tbe limp" still burning.
In spitexf rireandjirord.
In splteof strangMn the Isrid,
In spite cf stranger lord,
IRELA-tD DID SOT SLAT 11ER APOSTLE.
When living, she was ready to kiss tbe hem of his
garment ; and when be died be was mourned and bu
ried with bunor. In the words of the gifted poet r
To tell a lib what lore they t rapped blm
Up In a wlodfng sbeet.
By Erbtet's boly baud prepared.
And knelt aionnd his fret:
How tbe angles horer'd o'er him
Wflh chants and hymns dirlne,
Wonld purely need an abler tongue,
Tban this pir one rf mine.
.-)2Aii-ii::.
Strarut ItoGl-as AtJIIloUawaUn tbe Foreign Obnrch,
March Id, by the Iter. FrsnkThcmpsonMr. -tumtTScalia
of New York city, to3nssSAR4n E. Kc-oxas, of Iloaolnln.
Roth Kacoxa Inthis cy on Satnrd-iy evening March
lltb, by lbe,Itev. S. CDamon, Mr. Sixoa Kotr, to .Mrs. Mia
oautS. Kr.icia, both of this cily. S. V. papers please copy.
1IIKTII.
TlILOE Ia Ibis dir. on Tbursdsy morning, Jlarchilli, to
the wire ofCapt. David Taylor, adanghtef.
llrciurr In this city, on tbe Cth Inst., Mr. WttuiM C.
litcrur, aged 56 years, eldest son of the late Captain George
Beckley, who was for many years a resident of these islands.
MASONIC!
THE Ilcgnlnr 3Iccting or Honolulu
CHAPTER. 2b. 1. Royal Arch Masons, will be
held at tbe Hall of Le Progress do l'Oeeanie Lodge,
King Street, ito-morrow, Thursday evening, at 7J
o'clock. Sojourning Companions' aje eordiatly invit
ed to attend. - '
EXECUTOE NOTICE.
liitato of E. BROW;;, deceased.
THE UNni'USIGNI'D, lixECUTJlIX of
tho Will of II. Brown, late of Honolulu, deceased,
hereby gives notice lo all "persons having elaitrli
against the said estate to present the same within six
months from this date', duly authenticated and eitb
proper vouchers, to S. B. Dole, Esq., at his office in
Honolulu, or tEey will be forever barred. And all
persons indebted to the above estato are requested to
make immediate payment to the said S. B. Dole, Esq.
. , 'MARtar, BROWN.
Honolnln. March 15, 1671. ' tf-4t
Best Sydney Coal!
IOt-fSlbUSE VtfE, enn be had from "lh2
? Undersigned,
At $15 per ton of 2.240 lbs.,
By tbe load, delivered in Hotrolula. Apply to .
S lm W. L. tlREEX.
Iron Stock -Anchors,
s
IZES,, from 100 lbs. .to -1,000 lbs., in
Bond or duty paid. For sale by
2 BOLLES CO.
POI.AK OIL 10,000 Gallons. In quantities
to suit. For sale by BOLLES t CO. "
s"iT, , i'v-iii'; urea ta w! t - -j,:
YALlPOItNIA LTME.-iWe Hive sT regular
v-'-'upplW front the'eelebiatediJSanU Crux Lime
Kilns, which enables ns to tell at the lowest rates.
2 BOLLES CO.
A TnASKSornso foe Peace. The next arrival
from Ibe East will in all probability bring the
welcome news of tbe final declaration of peace
betweemGermany and France. Tbe reception of
tbe news uill be an occasion of heartfelt rejoicing
throughout the cfvilired world. We learn tbat it
is tbe Intention of our German fellow-citizens, on
tbe dty following tbat on which tbe definite
Intelligence Is received; to observe the occasion In
a fitting manner by closing their places of business
and attending Divine Service -t the Fort street
Cburcb, and thus publicly giving thanks to the
Supreme Ruler of nations fojUie ending ofa
destrnctlve contest and the return of gentle peace.
This manner of celebrating tbe victorious ending of
a sanguinary war. Instead of Indulging In noisy
demonstrations of triumphant exultation over a
fallen foe, commends ltsclf to our reason and must
enlist our hearty sympathy and co-operation. There
is a manllnes In it tbat la noble.
" In peace there's nothing sobeeonies a man
As modest stillness and hnmility,"
In the evening it Is proposed to have a torchlight
procession. We understand tbat a comittee of our
German residents have In charge tbe details of tbe
celebration. Adverliur, r'
Tbe services at tbe church will, of course, be con'
ducted in tb, sierman language, which, by no means
for tbat reason can be considered exclusive. On tbe
contrary we are In a position to know tbat our Ger
man fellow residents will be but too happy to wel
come all, of whatever nationality, to participate In
tbis.-as in all tbctclcbratlons ol tbe day. Tbe oc
casion as well as tbe style In which tbe Germans In
tend to celebrate It, properly deserves the sympathy
of all. It will comraemorato peace, not success in
war.
A new Sensation. Among poplins the most
fashionable thing is the clean tartan of the Marquis of
Lome, prospective son-in-law to Queen Vlcto
ria. To tbe trousseau of Ibe Princess will be add
ed six magnificent costumes of tbe Argvle Camp
bell clan pattern, and all tbe young ladies of England
and America are anxious to share her good fortune,
at least so far as possessing a dress of tbe same tar
tan. It consists of white t wiled silk bars uj-on a
blue, green and black ground, and will bo becowin
to both blondes and brunettes.
At a murder trial in 'Jle'mpliis, wherein an at
tempt to establish insanity is made on tho part
of the defense, Dr. J. It. Allen was called, as an
expert, and testified as follovra : " I have been a
practicing physician for nearly thirty years ; I
have had some experience in cases of insanity.
having been ten years Medical Superintendent of
the Kentucky Lunatic Asylum, and during that
time had over two thousand crazy people under
my charge. I have heard the hypothetical caso
read by Sir. I'belan ; I am here as an expert,
and, before" answering this question, would like
to say tbat the more I have studied the question
of insanity the Ipss T understand it, and if yon
ask me whare it b-jg'ns and where it ends, neither
I nor any physician in the world can tell yon ;
in fact, on occasions like this, lawyers make fools
of thpmselve3 in trying to make asses of doctors."
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
COSMOPOLITAN!,
HAWAII I-' OK II A WAI IAIN'S!
OR ANY OTHER MAX 1
XjX V JJ -kJB-I 3j-E3T IiIV AJ I
THE COaXIXGlMA-V. Oil AA V OTHER MAN I
A first-class card photograph for
S 2 50 per dozen, or two tlozcii for SI col
For one month from date, previous to closing my Gal
lery for a vacation from business.
No pbotograb cards on exhibition but what were
taken in my Gallery. As mnch pains will be taken
to produce good work as when full prices were
charged. 11. 1-. DllAtl..
Cosmopolitan Photographic Gallery,
9-3t ' 1 i For Street
TOBACCO AND CIGARS!
HE WRY g. NOLTE
HAS JOST RECEIVED VY THE
"Ka Moi," and Other Late Arrivals,
A Large Asssortment of Choice
Havana, German,
and Manila CIGARS !
THE BEST SJIOKIXG AND CHE1Vi:VG
TOBACCO,
AND A SPLENDID LOT OF
MEERSH AUM PIPES!
Tbe Bestcver Offered in this Market,
ALSO
a t
Constantly on hand, the Celebrated'
Croon Seal and Diamond Head
SMOKING TOBACCO.!
i " - :r "
For Sale at tbe Coflfeo Saloon, corner of Nuu
ana and Queen Streets. - -9
A. W. PE9RCE & Co.
OFFEIl FOIt SALE
A General Assortment of Merchandise
....tor
Shipping aid Local Requirements
courmsixa
QOTTON anil Hemp Dnck, from 0 to 10,
HEMP cS MANILA CORDAGE, ALL SIZES,
HEMP AUD COTTON TWINE,
-i
Spunyarn, Marline, Honsline, Seizing Stuff, Cutting
Falls, Whale Lice,
jE3ioclis of nil Sizes
. PatenMIron Strapped and Bushed, 3 to I5'ia.
Jib Hanks and Mast Hoops,
Sheaves, bushed and patent ;
Hooks and Thimbles, Connecting Shackles,
Boat Timbers, Stems and Sterns,
Boat Boards, Oars ef all lengtSs, Rowlocka,
Bushings, Steering Braces, Boat Nails.
Wrought Nails, Cut Nails, Rivets of all aires,
Paints, of all Kinds !
, Lin)eed,.Kcr65eno, Whafe and Sperm Oils,
Tar, Bright Varnish, Pump and Rigging Leather,
Copper aad Iron Tacks,, . 4
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF AND PORK,
T
Preserved Meatr, Pie Fruits,
Pickles, Green Corn and Peax,
Spices, and various ether Groceries.
s-ALSO -
BRAND'S BOM B LANCES'!
' Pe'lree's WlinUng Guns,
Table. Dairy, and Coarse Salt, from the
' ", ' 'Puuloa SaltWorks.
Perry Dnrla abJSena' Paln-KIUer,
ystrxxa -f? .- -.--.--sGsW;-j
Variou s, other Merchalrfdiso
-5 Sv 1 .11' . a
JUliEFDLLY' SELECTED, ' "J
,- --.t-- a." T
From the CaHfcCTia, Eastern aad European Xarketi
, , .: - ' '-
p3 Orders from the other Islands carefully 'at
tended to. 2
lea NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE.
-. . .
Sketches of ground plan for a Hotel, and
suggestions regarding the building and its ar
rangement for hotel purposes, will be received it tbe
Finance Office, or by tbe Committee, until April 1st.
Persons whose' plans are adopted will receive suitable
remuneration, or receive an order to draw up working
plans and specifications for contract. v
ALLE DEUTSCHEN HIER
yERDEN ZUR BETHEILIGUNG AN DER
FEIER DES FRIEDENSSCHLUSSES
FREUNDLICUSTS EINGELADEN.
3- Programme sind bei Herrtn F. A. SCHAEFER
und II. I. NOLTE, za baben. '
102t DAS COMITE.
THE PUIILIC nrc warned ngainst ne-irotiatin'r-
a Certifieate-of Deposit of Messrs
Bishop i Co.. numbered 2150, for $205, as payment
or same nas been stopped.
Any person finding same will confer a great favor
on tbe undersigned by leaving it at the omce of this
paper. V-WJ 11. U. .-iIUllUAW.
THEOD. C. HEUCK
OFFERS FOR SALE
iTuLS-fc R-eceived,
BY THE
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
A LARGE ANDSPLENDID
SELECTED WITH SPECIAL CARE
EXPRESSLY FOE THIS MARKET
cossisnso or
English, Gci'iimn anil French
DRY GOODS !
FANCY GOODS!
DRESS GOODS & CLOTHING
Consisting in Part as follows
J QUENCH CAS1IMEKE MERINOS,
' Coburgs and Baratheas, Italian Cloth,
Bine, Brown and White Cotton Longcloth,
Heavy Denims. Superior White Linen,
Bleached Moleskin,
White Muslins and Jaconets,
Black and mixed Broadcloth,
Victoria Lawns, White and Blue Flannels,
Doeskin, Huck Towels,
Veen's Fine Mer'mq Shirts
White Linen and Mourning Handkerchiefs,
Linen Sheeting. Coatings and Wadding,
White Sewing Cotton, assorted,'
Col's Linen Thread,
Linen and Paper Collars, Cotton Cann Umbcllas
White I'uilts. Dutch Tape,
Crochet Cotton and Patent Eiscnyarn,
Ladies' White Cotton Hole,
Gents' Brown Cotton half-hose,
Button Rings,
Brown and White Cotton Undershirts,
Patent Highland Playing Cardsj
THOS. C. THRUM'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL,
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
AND
CIRCULATING LIBRARY!
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER having purchased theintcrest
of Messrs. BLACK X AU1.H in tho stationery, liens
and Periodical Business, will continue, the sanio and
KEEP CONSTANTLY OH HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap, Legal-cap, Letter,
Note and Billet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Account-current and Bill Paper,
Cloth-lined.'Vellum.-n'hitc, Blue,
Buff and Canary Lnvelopes:
Black, Copying and Writing, -Violet, Blue,
' Carmine and Sympathetic Inks, Pens and
Holders, Inkstands A Pencils in variety,
riles cap and letter sue. Letter Ulips,
Paper Fasteners, Rubber, Erasers, Rulers,
t " Pcnraeks, Red'.Tape, RubberB.-inds,
Sealing Wax? Notarial Seals, Ac,
Itlimlc IIoolxss, I-cilKcrx, .loiirtisiN,
Day Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log. Receipt and Note Books,
-Jenn's'Letter Hooka, with inlt.T
Press Copyirig'Book's,
urawing raper, molting raperand Hoards,
Bristol Beards, Water Colors, Dominoes,
" ' ' Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, Ac.
To the above, with a large Supply of
AMERICAN a ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
will abortly be expected, a full and complete ass't o
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tiro Cccnxla.-t33.s XaiToi-nx-y-
-r Will eon lain Standard Works of Fiction, aad
New Books will be added by every Steamir. ! '
J. I-smith s, Dickens", Bniwers, D israeli s, -Eugene
Sue's, Wilkie Collins'. Marryatt's,
Miss Braddon's, Mrs. Henry Wood's,
. Mrs.'illcn Wood's, Miss Mulbach's.Thackaray's,
Mrs. Grey's Victor Hugo's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Lagan ts, and others are now on band.
yJT- BY THE NEXT STEAMER wUl be added
'Antbooy Tn-llope's, Amelia B. Edward's!?: j -Annie
Thomaa'f Mrt'.'OlfphanMAco Elliot'
Mrs Stephens', Cbas. Lever's, Miss Mullock's
Cbas. Read's, and Mrs. Southwortb's, together
with all tbe Latest Novels. '
Engraving, Caligraphy, Steneil Cutting 4 Copying.
"will slillio attended toV ( " : "
Thankful for rast favors, too adVertiicr hones, bv
strict attention to business and tbe wants of his pat
rons to meet with a continuance of tbo same.
-fr- All orders from tho Cnnntrv nil tlt nil..
Islands, promptly attended to, at the lowest rates.
Honolulu. Sept. ZTtb. 1S70- j;.6m - '
Russia Bolt Rope,
SSOIITED SIZES for aalc by
2 UULLES & CO.
A GENERAL ASSORTME3T OF
Groceries a M; Ship Stores
ALWAYS on hand, and will be Sold at
the lowest prices, bj
JiUILtS i JU.
HEMP nnd Cotton jSait Twine For sale
by 12 " . , BOLLES AtCO--
BEST English Portland Cement. Forsie
ty 2 BOLLES A" CO.
TTT rT f t? T nml fX'.r. J Ts-.l T-t.-
. V Tor iUe byTfe "fl -BOLLES Zft CB
y-a -e
mAR AND. PITCH American and Stockholm,
L. io barrels, end half barrebij For sale by
, BULLKa CO.
Oars.' ; ," "
BEST Hew Bedford Ails "Oars AtPiicet.
Tor sale by 2 BOLLES t CO;
0
AUCTION" SALES.
Br e. p. Adams.
JEZ.e&xULJr sale!
' On Wednesday, Maioh.22d,
At IO o'cloclt A. 31. at Salesiroora,
A WELL ASSORTED STOCK CT
DRY GOODS.
Heavy Denims, Ilorroeks Cotton,
Brown Drill, Linen Drill, Victoria Lawn,
Mosquito Netting, Towels,
lied Spreads, Fancy Prints, Berege, etc.
CLOTHING.
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Grey Overihirts,
Hickory Shirts, -Whito and Calico Shirts,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts, -Ladies'
Hose, Woolen Pants, Handkerchiefs.
GROCERIES AND
CROCKERYWARE.
French Prunes, Sardines, Oysters,
Yeast Powders, Fine Teas, Demijohns Vinegar,
Fine Lard, Candles, White and Colored Plates,
Tumblers, Yellow Nappies, Kerosene Lamps,
Water Monkeys, French Olives, Tobacco,
Ale and Porter, etc.
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
Examples of the Workings of
CHILDREN'S ENDOIOIEXT POLICIES,
The Mutual Life Insurance Company
OT ISTgw Torli,
ISSUED IN SAN FRANCISCO, 1R85.
DIVIDENDS.
1
3
13
In Cash.
Added to
Poller.
Am't
Per
Per
Cnfg
Cnl--
10 67 U'.i 01
IS -II
47 m
-3,616
45 SS12J SU
21 54
41 Cd
!55 601
04 Oil
Si.K-l
SS,!34
ffl,-oe
41,599
103 1;
awl
9 isisa Ml
42 C.
51 81
17 3
21 SI
2 1.
looq
101 Cd!04 8S-
70 51
34 II
74
31 tli
103 i l
129 43
I0W1
43 11
4t eel
toou
50 -M150 K
50 41
Erplaliation.Vullcj 35,525 was Issued on a child, aged 3
-rears, payable at the acaf 21, for 11,010, anneal pajment,
(43 67. Three annual paeuieuts have been made, amounting;
to 149 01. Tbe Dividends declared have been t2S 21 in cash,
being 17percent. upon tbe total parnientemade, which
not being drawn, 17 03 was added to the Policy, bet u 32
per rcut. upon the total pajnieuts made, making tbe
amount or I'olk-j $1,017 OS.
I'oliciM can be uken ont bj a Parent, auardlan, or Friend.
No Medltal Kxatulnatlon requlred.
roliciee can date lrom the birth of a child.
A raietul inrestlgutnu of the above examples la respect
fulljr Invited.
Application for Insurance, and further Information on the
subject, can be had bj applying to
J. It. HELEN, SpeciaPAgent
For the Hawaiian Islands.
Or, E. P. A1IA31S, Local Agtnt
Ilefera by l'crmlsalon to
Ills El. II. A. Ptiacx, I Messrs. Bisnor i Co-, Bankera.
A. J. Car-raionT, w. J. S. WaLxia, . 8 Ct
AT WHOLESALE
-AND-
RSTj5lIT. !
-BY-
CASTLE & COOKE,
Consisting in Part of
Finest While all Wool 4-4 Flannel.
Finest Wbi'tc-hll Wool 4 Angola Whitj Flannels,
Oood Grey and White all Wool
Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sbceting,
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corsets,
Amoskcag Denims. Jeans. Drills and
Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r Ass't of Stationery
Water Lined Note Paper.
Whitq Ruled Note Paper,
White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter and Bill Paper,
White, Cuff and Amber and Letter and Note
Envelopes,
Payeon's Indelible, and Carter'a Copying Ink,
Artists' A Book-keepers' Flexible Rulers,
Smith A Wesson's Pistols a Cartridges,
Hair Girths, Stirrups a Leathers,
S'-anish Trees, Croupcrsand Bridles,
Oak Belting, Street Eroorm.
Wood Faueets, Lamp Black,
Ititlinu liivl(in B.ncc -Leather,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zinc A LclAl. in 1,2 A 25 lb container
Paris and Chrome Green,
Chrome Yellow, Umber. Sienner,
Patent Dryer, Vermillion,
Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Putty,
Carriage and Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil. Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Axe. Pick, SieJge, Ads. Hoe, Oo,
Hammer A Chisel Handles, ,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Coopers' Tools,
Crozeri, Howell, and Champering Knives,
Carpenters Planes, "
Fore, Smooth, Jack t Jointers,
Cut Nails, 3, 4, S, 8, 10. 12. 20, 30, 40, 50 aad
eOd, Boat Nails, 1, 1J. 1 a 2 inch.
Pressed Nails, 2 A 2j inch,
Cooper's Rivets, 4, 7 8 lbs, .. ,
Copper Rivets a Burs, i. j,
i t j inch. Gimp Tacks,
Iron a Copper Tacks of all sises.
Best Rubber Hose,,. 1,1 a 2. inch.
Centrifugal. Varnish, Paint, White-Wash
and Scrub Brushes. Cov'd Tin rails,'
, 1,2,3, 4,0.8,10 A 12 quarts.
Covered Slop Pails, Dippers,
D'uh and Milk Pans,
Jcnnlng'sblU, soldering irons, T hinges, steels,
Hammers. Gauges, Squares, Chisels,
Augers, Sieves. Lime Squeezers,
Yard Sticks, Bung Starters, Axes,
Shovels. Spades. Ops. Lanterns,
Eazlo Horso, A and 0 Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra heavy and strong,
Protoxloe of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Pine Compound,
Pails, Tnbs, Brooms, Etc., Etc.
DOWNER'S KESOSENE OIL,
From tbe Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
SS- ALL XO BE OLI "LOW. 3m
A Superior lot of Anchors,
FKOJl 1 TO 25 CWT. EACH.
cnsijnsr oa-rIi1I!.
PRO.1 1.3 TO 1 3-S INCH.
Tested by the Aslralrallty I.It.
5-St
.UttT "! -
Hubbuck?s-Paintii.
an4 Oik
FOR SAX.K BT
S-St
A. W, PIESCE t CO.
AUGTIOtf, SALES.
Br C. S. BARTOW.
THIS DAY,
TfedBesday, Marcli-1S. at .X A. 31.
.t SalosffocBf. p
Will be Sold . ! .
AN. ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS !
seen as
?riutf , Muslins, Bleached and Brawn Cottons,
Drillings, Blankets, Fancy Shirt.
' Mosquito Netting,' Spool Thread, le.
' a CIXjCr,l'JlL3NrG!r.
Undershirts aad Drawers, Socks and Stockings.
Tobacco and Segani. Pipes, Xatcaei.
J U JbLUlU'X U Jk-t2.
1 New Koa Bureau, Koa WashsUnds,
- Koa Bedstead. Walilot Chairs,
Roekiag Chairs, Cane-seat Chairs, Gbus Cast.
Clothes Basket. lTair Mattraas,
PATENT MATTRASS. . . .
' C'allou-s of Alcoltol In IJcialJokaa.
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON," c,
F0R ACCOUNT OF WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
130 IBnrrelM of Dublin Stout. t
lit One I.I K lit Bug-cy Ib Kooil order.
C. S. BARTOW, AuetV
H. HACKFELDIcCO
Oilex- for Sale,
I. BY THE
Hawaiian. Bark 1 KA MOI,'
From Xj02a.ca.03a..
THE FOLLOWING
ASSORTMENT of GOODS
Selected with Great Care
FOR THIS MARKET
cossistiio or
IJ1 N fi f . I S II 1 HINTS, Fancy LUaej Mourning,
ii Sairsing Prints, Twilled chinta prints.
Fancy Muslins. Victoria Lawns, mosquito netting.
French Merinos and Crape, wnolen dress Goods.
Black and blue Broad Cloth,
Italian Cloths.
White Moleskins.
White Drills,
White Duet,
Black Haircloth.
White Shirting and Longcloth,
Turkey Red Ctotb,
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, heavy
Brown and Blue Cotton, Ticking,
Blue Denims, very heavy, '
Blankets, large'slie asserted colors,
Bleached Linen, Sheetingv
Rlue AlEambra Red Quilts,
White Bed Quilts,
Fine Lines Imperials,
White Linen A Cotton Turkey Towels.
Superior Linen Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red A Yeiluw Hd'kjj.
Plain White Flannel,
Blue Twilled Saxony Flannel, -White
.Merino ocki,.
Grey Mixed Socks.
LadIes1'WhHe Hose,
Fancy Damask Table Covers, -
Black Silk Neckties, .
Fancy Alpncca Bleujes, '
Fine'Linen Eos'oia'&ilrts,
W'bitc Cotton Shirts, K
Fancy Calico Sbtrtr.
nicftrj Skirls.
Heavy Merino Under Shirts,
Silk I'm'it. Under SbirtJ.
Brow'n Cotton Under Shirts,
Turkey Red Suspender,
Black Silk Umbrellas. ,
' Black Silt Elasircs. ;
Blue CeilonVTbreaj.
Woolen A Cotton Girths; -
Featbar Duster.
BoL'ed LTijeei Oil.
White Zine Paint, ' ';
Ground Whjte LeaJ, Red Ochre. uI
aad'Venetian Red.
Burlaps, Sail Twine, ' i
Scotch Hemp Canvas, ....
Russia Duck, light A heavy.
Bright Fencing Wire,
-Hoop Iron, from i in. to,' la.
Tinned Saucepans with Covers,
Babbita Metal,
Oalvaniie-l Gas Pipes' i.to ) in.
Galvanised Iron Buckets and, Tubs,
' Cabin Lamps and Lanterns,'
C. C, Iron wtlh brass guards',
Fine Pocket Knives and Steel Scisaori,
Crushed Sugar,
French' Chocolate,
French Pease an nature),
Malaga and Sultana Raisins,
Cu-TaDts'Io'Jars".'
Salad Oil.t:
Ccdliver Oil,
Carry POwder,
' Eessenees ot Shell Almonds.
Lirerpool, Salt, ,.- . ,
Sauiages in Tin's.
WmihireTLoaf Chesst,
Dutch Loaf Cheese, , 1
Malt Vinegar in Demijohns.snd Barrels,
"J '"L" Cream of Tartar,
Seed Biscuits.
Gin In Baskets and Boxes, '
kl i Rum' In Barrels, -.
India Coop, i Co.AIc,
'Claret In Boxes,
Rhine Wine,
Schiedam-Arcmatlajxluiasps,
Dunville Irfsh Wblikey,
Manila Horse Rope,
Stockholm Tar,
Pitch' In half Barrels,
Portland Cement,
Fire Bricks iqsare aad arch, -Blacksmith
Coal.
Monti Yellow Metal and Composition Naily
Best Rifle- Powder in 1 Ib Has, Sb
1,000 bbls New Oil Shooks,
100 Tons West Hartley Steam Coal. 2-3a
Licenses Ex-fifing to March, 1871.
Itctnll. HONOLULU. Oabu d. Ah Httna. ZA.
J.H. Hopper. 31st, Antonio Manuel. !tij Ortm.
irald A Eebntt.. 5tb, J. Widdineld. 10,- P. jr.
Fosbrooke. lltb, I- Richardson. Htb.Thos. A. h.
Wills. 18th. Tung Fat. 20tb. Fischer A Roth. 24th",
Daniel Montgomery. 191b, C. "Brewer A Co-. I9U),
Fas Shun. HANALEI. Koloa, Kauai IStb.Abtaaa.
WAIANAE. Oahu 18th, Ah Cbong. LAIE, Oahew
lTlb.Kebeker. LANAI-16lb,W. M.Gibson. KEZI.
South Kona, Hawaii 23d, JebnGraw. WAIOHINU,
Kau 2Stb, Chung Hoon.
WholeaIeH0N0LULU--15th, J. WiddS3l4,
30th, C.Irewer.
Wholesale Spirit-nONOLULC 13lh. M.C.
Challamel. 31st. W, A. Ilumpbttvl.
Horaei HONOLULU lOth.AIex.Keliy.No. 194.
24th. Napabukapu, No. 19'. 29th, Kahaaa.N'o.lliA.
30th, Kapipilanl. No. 199.
Lnpttaa. HEEIA, Koelaapcko. Oaba 14tk,
Uml(k). KALIHI-Ulb, Obale. NUUANU 14U,
Kihalehili. WAIALUA lith, Mebtkulo- HONU
AULA lJtfi. Kapcno. SfANOA 18th. Jfaloe. Xt-,
PAHULU,Maai-21st,Kuxaiia. WAIAHAE aitfc.
Keliikox.
BBtckernONOLULtr rth", George Risely.
tBt-ONtLCLB-lStbr Kaoa, Ne. 17.
XX. W4ss-i,'lirt-?a, - . - -
ai, p-K leaui. .it - r-s r ..-.
ASXALl, LOT KEeEIYI rilt XOsJES
Taylor, via San Francisco. Tor Sat. by
7 SOUKS A CO,

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