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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, April 05, 1871, Image 4

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Tat Bn or ntc Ociu.. It bos beea definitely-
Mm-ihhwl tint G 'greatest depth of th
mil 4mi sol reach SK SsUrotra in any part
km llefc7irissC"W Imv 1o hid. Tbe bed
tf tW Xorlfc Alseatie eooatts of two valTejs tbe
tajjRn xtetarrjgfrm 1010 30, tbe western
bem 30 to i& wet toecitode. Tbe extreme
Afih of eaMera vaHey is under 13,000 feet,
bxb ia bM ttsM Um ahitode of Monte Kohl
liue wiser seas been traced eoathward to tbe
tqm'L'. It ii Mjiarstpd from the western valley
by a .yigj vreet lengitede, in wbwu tbe
tupU i only ljsm fathoms. Ibis ridge
to the Borth in Iee&Dd, and eooth-
at ito Azaree, so that K is voeeanic in iu
at bath extremtics. IU extreme
Usjssshvi -arr-rr tu be) erfsder fiOO miles, and the
Alls tie from it ob both tides. Ex
lilwuan ewritd m ia tbe Mediterra&een, the
Rod Se bA the Indian Ocean, t bowed eimi
W aaafaiiilj ia tbe kml cr tbe eea-buttom : and
the Binil oaudaMBna irrired at by Copt. Os
ama fe ia the deep tea there is an ab-
teaee of ban rotk, and tbat tbere are no rongb
Tidgaa. caaaat sr aarapt ebasme. Jlereover, tbat
ta bed of tbe deac t-e is not affected by car
inu or attaaaii, eraa by tbose of such magni-
tao at tha QsZ Stream : bat tbat it rather re-
K-mUet the prmrw or pampas of tbe American
ci alia at, aa4 is evarwbare corned with a sort
of ooaa or tarsal, the fUbrit of tbe lower forms of
orgastic lift. AVaare.
jmmuk Match rot a ItoBBEB. In a
Peraaaa anaaagae the taasoa Mid benefit of fcin-
crrrty arc baaaUfafly taagbt. A molber, in giving
her tea forte pjesae of moaay as bis portion
made fcuemr imr to tell a lie, and raid, " Go
bit aoa I caaaaja thee to God, and we shall not
hi i"f ayia M Ussj day of jsHsgmeet-" The youth
went away, aad the party be traveled with was
aaaaahe by lot are. Oae faUow asked wbat be
bad get, aad be raid, " Forty dinars are sewed in
atf otoCbae." He kaghed, thinking be jested.
Aaother staked tbe zamt qaeMion, and got the
aaax answer. At last tbe chief came and asked
Lib and ha taid, " I bare told two of your people
ul-wadr that I bare forty dinars sewed up in my
dutaaa." He ordered the etotbes to be ripped
opto, aad fossae) tfe rnaaoy. "And bow came
Ttw to tell of this r ltcetee," tbe child re
plied. I aaW aat be false to ray mother, to
whoa I bare proamitaj Berer to tell a lie."
- Child." taid the raatcr, - art then eo mindful of
thy defy I thy Mather at thy years, aod am I
iaia-Biitiln at ay ae of tbe daly I owe to my
'ud T Gi ate Ay bead, tbat I nay swear re
peataaee oa it." He did so ; bis followers were
all ftrack with the leaao. " Yoo bare been oar
leader ia gm&T taid thay to tbe chief, " bo tbe
saM ia the path of riftee;" and they instantly
aude laatitatioa of Sfieils, aad rowed repentance
oa the head. Br. JU&rogt.
Tax Eabx. or Aaaaaaax. The story of George
H Gordoa, Barl of Aberdeaa, wboae rovlag dtspo
aattoa aad Jore of adreatare led blia from bis borne
if Mek aovdty aad caaase in tbe life of a common
ailor. hi JB rrwh ia tae memory of ill. All com
aaaieathM ah Mat hariag long ceaacd, Ua bmlly,
! -mriait be waa dead, dcapateaed a cosiaiMvion to
tUc Cattad asatas to awerteia If pouible if each
ta easa. Far sobm time tacy eoaRbt a rloe in
nla, aaUl Uunft Captain J. I'. Wllbor, a well
kaova abtpaaaatcr of Xjatic, (uey reeeired tbe flret
tiy which they were eaaUed to trace
departure from England. lie
had abippoB with Cantata Wilbur as mate, and
acrred ia that cafjacilj darlac one Torae, leatlng
'Mai to eaaaari: apoo tbe retcel frooi bleb, ben a
fm aaya ovt, be was awept tirtrboard and drowned.
Captain WHbar reeaatly xirved at Brtetol, Kogland,
ia ouoMaaad of tbe aew bark Sappho, and en bk ar
rhal hafaaad a letter froa tbe present Earl of Ab
erdexs, cordially inviting fain to vUlt Uaddo Iloure
the aaaatiy aat af Lord Abetdeea, In Abenleen
aalre. The hoaae la aitaated In the center of a wik
d iaoaaaad acres beaattfally Md out, and it ar
ranged atta arcrjr recaal ta cmalert and luxory
tiat a iHhaed aad etexaat taate could d eel re; yet for
the laat few fears It ba beeu a bonee of eorrow.
Tac tataer at Lady Aberdeen, who was premier
Vfore Lard rauaenioa, dida In 1680, and ber Lue
. Wnd ia ML I teas imK accidentally killed
St OaatarHMje, aad a year agn, Georje Gordon was
drowned at sea. There are clcrcu baudred farms
the caute, aad the other properly of the family
ia iimraie.jet wMh alt that Is eooetdered ntcw ary
t aaakc Hft haapf at his dhpofal, the youag lord
UMac to kanaka tt aad lead tbe raring Hlc wbtch
tanalaated tn Us death. Capt. Wither was warmly
mrired aad faoaprtaMy ealertalued, and was able to
c -union tac taotaer wltb the words: "I believe be
w a food rowaf; bkm aod a christian." In their
rrUaioas bebcf the SaaBy are Scotch I'resbyteritns,
and Lady Aberdeen mid that "tbe day George left
boac ha read Um efehty-toorth psalai at raornis;
iwafer.' Capt. Wttaar retaaiaed in Aberdeensbire
ereral day and was orerpowered -with kind atten.
Uona wMIe tbere, 'AB," Jub says, " because I was
eaaated scaae tfaac WteftKOaw' a little kindness
to stianfjer who
prarad tac I
! Lord Aberdeen."
As ItLAKD fMt It hat been announced in the
Aaaoicea papers, by adrket frora Londori, tbat
Aaiwa lalaad, to tbe ew Hebrides frronp, sitaated
sbuat tncee drfrreca east of Australia, had lately
diupprarrd ectlrrly, wtthoat learinc; any trace of
it tthMeace. This islaad was one of tbe most fer
rtlc af tbe group, and is slated to bare been thirty
M aajirs ioac by apwsrd of Ave miles in bread tk.
la U iaine eoapcction it may be meationed that
the M stall a whalcaMp MiHaa, uhleti recently ar
rNed aetJLe Bay of lalands, New Zealand, reported
toacaaacatSaaaay Islead aad trading it to be on
tn U all directions, aad that It bad been in tbat
state tar asarly tarty es. During tbebeavy shocks
of eartnqaakea prccedlBg aod after tbe eruptions,
two iatand ware tbrawi! np In the harbor, one of
tbesa brbtK, ae nearly as coald be jadfed, about
three hoadrtd ieet kick. Two fsmlHrs were living
on Sanday Island, and oc tbe arrival of the w baler
bejered to be takes away, as tbeibeat was so intense
aad tbe aalpharvas teacai so stronc; that all tbe ani
mals aboat tbcaa were destroyed, aod their fatu
are beca tbe aame K I bey had remained much
They were accordlnfriy carried to Norfolk
Isiaad, aad taft there ia safety. Hn&ange.
Ls!r, Febraary 7tb. In the Haorc sf Com
Xaaaa Naiaus Hartiagten, In a debate on tbe state
af tistsid. aaaeeeeed that there waa great improvc
aeat ia the preicmtien af arder and tbe obterrasce
af tbe law, partly dae to legialaticn and psrtly to a
w.orc tlfaiaas paaey. It was, bswenr, hardly
rkanaad that the prepau! for a Ooanrittre to devise
anaaaits was a pretext la protect tbe Premier from
tk vanffenceecs cs" Ms rub sad indbcrcct language.
I: wu aeeeseary uk tbe Haute far a Committee to
deeitc farther meunrrs and ts grant greater powers
to tcabte tbe Gaternaseat efftetaallty to repprets the
nitrhiaf af tfHrrct oimbtnatiees in Ireland.
S'lsneal abtwered ridicule on the Government,
wbasa. alter tbe Uleri aflait iukn and the powers
Jufaind spaa it, tid been able to do la little for
rtriiitBeat, at the laitaaee of tbe Goiern
nal. lerabed csafircatisa, cscteerated faerilege,
and easdened high treason ; yet the Premier confer -4
k ceU c&t govern Wutmeatb alene, and made
caeU ndieate&a by asking Tor further extraordina
ry powers ts tbat end. Here the speaker was iater
pfUi by ebeers. There was great disorder DTt
raefi esseladcd by declaring tbst the Government on
ly asked far these powers aad this Committee to eo
Ter lbs failcre of its policy, and to shift thstrunossi
bSity oa ParlbuaeBtS"'' ? k
FjLSts, Uarcb 1. irbrtf special. Tue besd of
tte col can of tbe Eleventh Cores, nnder Gen. Van
Bote, Is jest cEtcriasr the Pont a Jour and the
Forte Kcailly, and Is -snoring- towards the Arc dc
Triompbe. Xo hostile taoTcmect or the populace
bit yet been cudc Tears of a collision are
dlmlsliblDg.
Australian .
StcamsIitpLinc
Line.
Oar Xew Zealand and Anstralian readers will
be glad tolearri tUat- the long mooted steamship
line from San Francisco to the Colonies is now
an assured fact, and that the first vessel of tbe
new semce will leave our port on tbe Stb of
April. On the 7th inst. the Hon. Julius Vogel
telegraphed from Washington, ro the proprietors
of this paper that the "contract with Messrs.
Webb and Holladay was jnst signed," and a later
dispatch from Mr. Y. IT. Webb, at tbat time in
Xew York, gave the full particulars of the ar
rangements made. Tbs contract signed is "for
a fonr-weekly line between San Francisco, New
Zealand, Sydney, and Melbonme, at such speed
as to enable the mails to be delivered in London,
or roe rcrsa, in forty-eight days. The pioneer
steamer is to sail on the 8th of April." By refer
ence to our advertising columns, it will be seen
that tbe magnificent steamship Nevada, formerly
in the Panama service, is to be tbe first vessel
employed. She ib announced to etop at Hono
lulu, Hawaiian Islands; Auckland, Lytlleton,
and Fort Chalmers, N. Z.; connecting with
steamers for Sydney, X. S. W,, and Melbourne,
Victoria. Returning no the same ports, she
will leave Fort Chalmers on May 13th, and Auck
land on May 13th. The first vessels employed
in the service will be the Xcbraska, Xevada
Santiago de Cuba, Pacotab, and Moses Taylor,
all staunch, first class vessels, the four former be
ing equal in speed and accommodations to any on
the Pacific As will be seen above, the contract
is for a four-weekly service, i. e., thirteen trip3
per annum, alternating with the P. & 0. line,
Even with the comparatively inferior vessels cm
ployed before, tbe amount of Australian and Xew
Zealand travel through our port lias been large
it is doubtless destined to increase and grow to
formidable proportions. Oar route is by all odds
the most pleasant, and the trip is made cheaper
than by tho English steamers. In place of the
stormy Indian Ocean and Fed Sea, we offer the
traveler the usually calmer Pacific Ocean, seven
days of land travel by tbe great Transcontinental
Failroad, and the passage of the Atlantic by some
of the brst steamships afloat. 'Hie opportunity
of seeing something of the United States should
alone be a great inducement to travel this nay.
Up to the present time Congress has blindly
refused to see that tbe subsidy asked for the es
tablishmenl of the line was a perfectly legitimate
demand on the nation's purse. lint the prts
pects are good for a speedy reconsideration o
the subject. Unfortunately, at the time when
the bill was laid before the Senate and House,
there were a number of other steamship subsidies
of a more or less questionable nature demanded
and our scheme, deserving of the utmost encour
agement from any member who believes in thu
establishment of American commerce, sutfered it
their company. Sooner or later we must belicu
that the necessary aid will be granted, which
with tho assistance of the Australian Colonies
will establish the line as ono of the foremost ii
the world. The Xew Zealand Government ha
by its liberal action, virtually inaugurated ll.
line on a substantial basis, and will undoubted!;
reap the reward of its enterprise. Its represen
tativc here, the Hon. Juliu3 Vogel, from the mi
ment of his arrival worked steadily and pcrsisl
enlly in this good cause. He addressed 1 1 1
Chambers of Commerce of San Francisco, Chi
cago, and elsewhere, on the subject, and tl
satisfactory arrangements just consummated at
Washington are very much due to his tact and
perseverance. Wherever he has traveled, he has
left an impression highly complimentary to him
self, the (ernment he represents, and the en
terprise and enlightenment of his fi-llow Colo
nists. His addresses hae been characterized by
good sense, terseness, and a lliorougli compre
hension of the subject. Mr. Vogel left for Eng
land on the Cunard etraniship Russia, on the Slh
of March, immediately after the consummation o.
the contract with Messrs. Webb and Holladay.
The former gentleman, the eminent ship builder
and ship owner of New York, is one of the
shrewdest and most far-seeing men in the United
States, while the latter firm owns a large propor
tion of the steamships for domestic and foreign
Pacific ports leaving San Francisco, and has been
associated with a dozen enterprises of the great
est importance to our coast. Beth Messrs. Hol
laday and Webb count nmong the wealthy men
of our country, and the interests of the line are
perfectly safe in their hands. We shall say
nothing in regard to the vessels to be employed,
assured that as soon as they arrive in the Colo
nial ports, they will be the admiration of all who
can find time to inspect them. JVeics of the
ironVf, March 16rt.
A Fine Old Max. The following description
of n " fine old man," is by Mark Twain : "John
Wagner, the oldest man in Buffalo one hundred
and four years old recently walked a mile and a
half in two weeks. He is as cheerful and bright
as any of these other old men that charge around
so in lbs newspapers, and in overy way as remark
able. Last Xovember he walked five blocks in a
rain storm withont any shelter but an umbrella
and cast his vote for Grant, remarking that he
had voted for forty-seven Presidents which was
not strictly correct. His second crop of rich
brown hair arrived from New York yesterday,
and he has a new set of teeth coming from
Philadelphia. He is to be married next week to
a girl of one hundred and two summers, who
still takes in washing. They have been engaged
eighty years, but their parents persistently refus
ed their consent until three days ago. John
Wagner is two years older than the Rhode Island
veteran, and has never tasted r. drop of liquor in
his life, unless you count whiskey."
A Romisce of the Eisi. Loolce Mublbaeh, io
her " Letters from Egypt," tells a very romantic
story a boot tho wife of Connt Benedetti, the French
Jlioiitcr Plenipotentiary at the Prussian Court pre
vious to the outbreak of tho present war. A very
rich Greek merchant, resident in Alexandria, had two
black wires whom ho loved dearly, and for whose f cr-
t ices be provided a large retinae of beautiful girls.
One of his wives chanced one day to see a charming
white girl, and was so pleated wltb her that sho
coaxed her husband into baying her. The beautiful
slave became a confidential servant and comjtanion
to her negro rautressei, and conduced herself to
ward them in soh a gracious manner that she be
came indispensable to tbem. She sang to them, and
gossif ped and frolicked so gracefully that eaaat was
banished completely. She won their affection, and
tbroogh them also, the affection of ber master, the
venerable Greek merchant. But unfortunately, the
blaci; sires suddenly fell tick one day, and before
night they a ere both dead, lheir disease was knowa
to nobody, and they were hastily buried. The beau
tiful young slave, who had not left their side for a
moment daring the few hoars of lheir illness, seemed
ineocsolable. She did her best however, to assaage
the grief of the ancient merchant, and in this way so
endeared herself to him that he adopted her as bis
child and heir, rincehe was just a litUs too old to
marry ter. InJeonrseofftime the'rrenerabteVajer
chant rejoined his swarthy, .wires hi the other world,
and tho fortunate nymph came into possession of bis
millions. At this stags of ber distance. Count Ben-"
edettl, who was then only a penniless attache to the
French Consulate at Alexandria, offered ber his hsnd
and heart, and with the aidof ber wealth cut for him
self a road to fame. In this way,'sbe who was once
a slave to slaves, became a star in the circles if the
French world of fashion.
The IVcvv
T 13L E3
MUTUAL LIFE INSUK ANCE COMPMT
OF NEW
CASH CAPITAL OVER FORTY-FIVE MILLION DOLLARS.
Increased in ITet Assets the
IS THE LARGEST AND MOST SUCCESSFUL
Insurance Company In tho World I
Famishes Insurance in any approved form, combining the
advantages of all other Companies,
WITH UNE ft HALED FINANCIAL SECURITY !
Application for Insurance can lie made to
J. R. HELEN,
Special Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, or to
E. P. ADAMS, Local Agent.
ARRIVAL OP THE HA
Row is the Time to Pnrckase Your Goods
From a Fine Assortment Just Opened !
AND SUITABLE FOR
Plantations, Plantation and Country Stores, Household and Family Supplies
AND AS WE DON'T MEAN TO I3E BEATEN,
TTill loo Sold eft Low Rates !
CASTLE & COOKE
CONSISTING OF-
Croceries, Hardware, Stationery, Dry Goods,
Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Paints and Oils,
Crockery, Tin and Hollow-ware,
Iron and Steel, Etc. Etc.
GROCERIES.
The Finest
"Pepper Cloves,
mats. Finest Oliio Oil, Condensed Milk, Table and Dairy bait, least l'osrders and Corn Starch. THE
T1NEST FLAV0RIKU EXTRACTS Lemon, Vanilla, Peach, Ccllery, 4c. Crosso 4 Blackwell'a
Finest Pickles, Pie Fruits, Jams and Jellies, Pure Castile Soap, Toilet Soap, Pure Old Brown Windsor
Chemical Soap, Sago and Tapioca, Carb. Soda and Cream Tartar, etc. etc.
"TiT"V 17 A "MnV frsrsFsC! Thc I,csl Quality and l'incst Assort-
JJXVX X lJiilNVX VjrVJvJJO. mcntof Prints in thc JInrket-Printel
Marseilles, Piquets, Brilliants, Cashmeres and Twill-, Printed Linens, Linen Pant Stuffs, Kotes and
Furnitures, Fane j Tweeds, Linen Bucks and Brills, Buff Linen, Fine Broadcloths, Doeskins, Cordu
roy and Belford Cord, Fine lilue Twill Nary Flannel, single and double. Fancy Flannels for children's
near, new styles. LINEN OOOBS Sheetings, 00 to 1.00 inches. Pillow Linen, Cotton Sheeting, Dress
Linens, Hollands. Mantle Linens, Homespun Linen, Bleached and Unbleached Linen Damask of the
finest quality, Turkey lied and Blue Plaid Damask, 8-t Damask Doylies, Fine Damask Napkins, a large
variety of patterns. Linen and Cambric Handkerchiefs, Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, Russia Diaper
very cheap, Russia Crash, Huckabuck, All Wool and C. 4 AV. Water-proof Cloth, Assorted Towels.
HOSIERY.-
A rine Assortment
'Children'.) Hose, bleached
very cheap, bilk Aets, 1-ancy tecKtics, Collars, uosoms, ristbands, Ac, a fine assortment of Trimming
Braids, 4c, Pearl Buttons, Hooks and Eyes, Silk Twit, Shetland Shirts, Alpacas, Cobnrgs, Alpaca Pop
lin, Striped Grenadines, Block Silk of thc celebrated Bonner make. Straw Hats for Men and Boys, as
sorted Wool Hats, Infants white Blankets, Quilts, Heary Blankets, Light and Medium, Bleached and
Unbleached Cottons, a fine assortment of New Silk Ribbons. Eiastio Cords, Jara Canvas. Opera Flan
nel, Milward's Needles, from 1 to 12, in paper or rases, Orrs 4 McNanght's Spool Cotton, from 10 to 160
tt A TJTrvTTT A TT? T,,c I'lnPst Cast Steel Snvrs Hand, Ripping, Back, Compass,
i Jr.l 1J xVlAilli. Butchers' Circular and Pit. Drawing, Butcher, Cane, Fish and Table
Jkuives. bpokesbares, Betels, Plane Irons, Squares. Hammers, Chisels, Uauges, Bits, Augers, Riveting
Hammers. Stub's Files, Spear 4 Jackson's Files, Flat. Quarter Rnnd, Hand, Mill and Bastard Files.
Rasps, Horse Rasps, Cabinet Rasps. Copper Tack, Stono Hammers, Sledge Hammers, 4c.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.--
Shovels of all kinds and prices. Forks, Rakes, Scoops, Oos, Mattocks, Picks, Hatchets, Meat Knives,
Planter's Hoes, and a numerous assortment of other implements for the use of planters and others.
Qrp A rpTr"M'T7IT'V' Cap and
IO JL il JL J. V..LN Ahl X . cheap, Note
velope of nil sixes and prices. Overland Paper,
very best. Memorandum liooks, uristol Hoard,
CJ t TTT T71"T) T English Saddles,
I I I ll'll Ii X . Bits, Headstalls,
Buckles, Rings, Turret, swivel and Post Hooks.
TIN & HOLLOW WARE. ;
iunncif, IS rollers, Milk Pant of all ftyles and eize.i. Cofiee Pot a, Oil Cam, Cullender Slop Pails, Dish
Pans, Seives, Jelly and Blanc 51 a rice Moulds, Strainers. Camp Kettles. Funnels, Norse Lamps, Soup
lurcccs. vast Pans, Lake iioxes, Pie Piales, Pall
CROCKERY.
A few superior
In tbe market, also
Pitchers, Ewers and Basins, Ccps and Saucers, etc.
T) A T"MTT TT Iloilcd and Ilnvr, Castor Oil, Nents Toot Oil, Bright Var
JL jljlJ-XN Jl JA.Xjj nish, Superior Carriage VarnUh in one gallon cans, Damar, Copal, Coach
unu rurnuurc varnisn. riunoucH-s -no. I vt nito J,ean sim sine nonne goon or mcamm quality, cat
the very best. Red Lead, Putty. Venetian Red, Chrome Tellow, Rosin, Umber, Drop Black, Sienna.
Q "T VTTTITTTID mushes or all kinds Paint, Varnish, Hair, Teeth, Crumb,
O vj JLl JXXJULliO. Centrifugul, Blinder, Ac. Wrought Iron of assorted sites, ronnd and flat,
jicst uasi eieei, octagon trom i to I inch, Uainon
Pails and Tubs, Fence Wire, received in splendid
-ALSO-
EXPECTED BY THE MOSES TAYLOR & SYREN.
Ol. TiTt&E AS 8
American Hardware, Agricultural Implements
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE
CHANDELIERS,
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, FROM
BYAM'S EIGHT-CARD MATCHES AT LOWEST RATES
The Celebrated Paris Plows and Extra Points, &c.
We Jjorcrlto Inspection of tlieso G-oods
ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WIRE! WIRE!! WIRE!!!
FENCING WIRE,
Nos. 4, 5, and 6, . .
Ssile rt "til Lowest :&&'i.:r2s."t
Rates "toy
- " - ; , ; fDIELINGHAMf& GO.
. . t2m-l -
For
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores!
alUE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OX
. Han J, kept br any House on thus Islands, and
for tale at the Lowest possible Prices, hj
2 B0LI.E5 4 CO.
. -
YORK,
past year over $7,000,000.
10-lm
M.OI PROM LONDON !
set
-BY
Assortment or Spices in the Country Cassia,
Allspice, Mace, Xutmecs, Oincer, MiMtard, Cassia in
or Cents', Hots', Ladies', .Hisses' nnd
and unbleached, Black Lace Shawls, Square Shawls,
Plows, Spades or
"all kinds and prices.
Letter Taper or thc best quality and very
and Bill Paper, of the best quality and very cheap. En
Letter and Note, Wrapping Paper, Blotting Paper, the
Letter Clips, copying Ink, Pens and Holders, etc.
very cheap. Medium and Ucst Uridles,
ctirrnp Leathers, Martingales, Collars and Homes,
One set of fine binglo Buggy Harness, Breast Collar.
ots, Kettles, Sauce-pans, Fry-
g-pans. Pails, Caddies, Pans, Dippers,
Pans, (Jake lins, Uiscuit Pans, bponge Lake Pans,
Dinner Sets, warranted superior to any
Medium Sets. Tiappies, Chambers, Bowls, Plates,
1-liters, Charcoal Tin Plates, Sheet Zinc, Ualvanued
order in casks coated with tar.
ORTMUKTT OIP
LAMPS, new styles and burners,
LANTERNS, BRACKET LAMPS, ic.
BOSTON, -?
BEST QUALITY
Hemp Cordage !
i STRAND. BEST QUALITY. RUS-
EIAH ilaanfaetnre,
Sixes, from 14 to 3 incbei.
in bond or duty paid.
For uls br
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1871 gift' 1871
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can aod European
Bffagazines and Newspapers,
A5D
Enjoying the best Facilities for Supplying Sub
scribers at the Lowest Possible Cost,
The noderslgned actiCtU the continuance of tbe patroatce cf
hii frlenda and patrons, who will be served with promptness
and entire satufoclton, even In the smallest matters.
As tbe steam line Is now established, conoectlnr Ilonolold
"lib u Franciscu and the Culooles, tnftnthlr XBWTORK,
LOXDOX A.D ACSTBA1JAX rVBUCJLJWXSum be
furnhhed to subscribers
Within 10 to 20 Uaj-s ft-om ttae date orpabll
catlonf And at prices that barel corer th. cost of subscription and
postages thereon.
Papers Delivered Free of Postage or other Charges
in any part of the Group.
Back numbers of the leading Monthlies and Weeklies al
ways en hand. Files made up at short notice fur whalemen
and travelers. 1
Subscription. Payable Alnrnya In Advance.
AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS.
New York Weeklj Herald i 00
Weekly Tribune....... a 00
WeeklyTimea ..... . 3 00
" Weeklj Ledger, (a story paper) S 00
The Xew York Weekly, (. story mper) 800
The w York Irish American 5 00
The Home Journal.... ... .... 800
Scientific American 400
lloaton Weekly J.mrnal 5 CO
lktoo Weekly Advertiser S CO
Every Saturday Olltutrated. monthly parts) 000
Buston Weekly True Flag.. , 500
The New York Nation C 00
Tbe Citizen and Round Table Q 00
New York Courier de. Ktals Unls (French) 8 00
New Y-rk Weekly Zeitung (German) 00
New York O Novo Mondo (Portuguese, illustrated) 8 00
ILLUSTRATED PAPERS.
Harper's Illustrated Weekly. 8 00
' " lUzar 8 00
Leslie's " Weekly 500
" " Zeitung (dennan) 5 00
" " Chimney Corner 8 00
" " Budget of Fnn 8 IO
Arpleton's Illustrated Journal (monthly Darts! 6 00
Boston Every Sturdjy (monthly parts) 50rt
Hearth and Home (fur the family and farm) ... .. .... 8 0"
London Illustrated News. .. .. 110
" Graphic 110'
" Weekly Pouch S01
Miscellaneous Papers.
News of the Mcrld, 12 numbers, 2 ceuU each 309
Steamer Bulletin, .......... 300
The American Agriculturist (monthly) 2 6fl
Leslie's Budget of Fun (monthly). 28
Tb. Scientific American 4 0
The Country Gentleman (weekly) .. 30
r.nrai New Yorker (neekiy) 4C
Army and Navy Journal , 8Ct
Juvenile Periodicals.
Our Young Folks' (monthly) 3f.
Tbe Youth's Companion (weekly) 21 1
Pemoresfs Yoong America (monthly) 3 (
The Chicago Little Corporal (weekly) 28-
The Button Nursery (monthly) ... 2 81
Merry's Museum, Boston (monthly) 26
Children's Hour (tnonthly) 2f '
California Periodicals.
San Francisco Weekly Bulletin 60'
" " Alta..., 6C
Sacramento Weekly Union 6 0'
c'an Francisco Commercial 7erald 10C
Weekly Pacific 8 C '
News Letter 8 (
Overland Monthly 81
lily Alta California 20 (
Dally Bulletin 16 f
Rollglous Papers.
New York Independent (Congrrgatkinsl orgsn) .... ... 4 0
Chri.tlan Union (II. W. Beecber's paper) 4 (.
Chicago Advance (CongregatiuMal) 4(-
Boston CongregatlonalUt 4C
Netr York Ubserver(l'resbyterian) 4 c
' Erangeli.t, 4 (
" Tablet (Catholic) 5 1
Boston Pilot (Catholic) 4 C
London Papers.
London Illustrated News lie
" 1MII Mall daietta 13 C
" Examiner ,. . 13(
" Evening Slail (tri-weekly Times) 30 1
" Bell's Life 13 1
Despatch ,.13C
" Saturday Keview .... . 3C
Lloyd's Weekly Times 10 0 '
" Weekly Times ..100
" Natnre 8 0
London Monthlies.
London Art Journal , ....140'
" Society 3Iagaziue JO'
" Cornhill Magazine 7 0
Belgravia Magazine ................... 70
Temple Bar Magazine. ....... 7 0
English Society. 1 01
All the iear lioun!, (Dickens Magazine). ... .. . ... 00
Blackwood's Monthly ,6
Cbamlers Jonrnal.. 5oH
OoudWords ( 4 (si
London Quarterly... .. ,...40
Westminster Quarterly ; 4 CM
Edinburgh Quarterly 4 0.'
North British Quarterly 4 00
American Monthlies.
Littell'a Living Ae (weekly) 10 00
Boston Waverly Magazine. .. 8 00
Eclectic Magazine t 80
Hunt's Merchant'e Magazine ...... .................. 60
Harper's 3Iagazine 80
Atlantic Monthly 8 0
Scrlbner's Monthly .... , 50
Leslie's Magazine 5 00
Oodey's Lady's Book .' 8 00
Demoresl's Monthly. 5 00
The Galaiy 800
Overland Monthly BOO
Peterson's Magazine..... 300
Arthur's Lady's Magazine 3 00
Our Yeung Folks , 3 00
Sabbath at Home (Tract Society's Monthlj) 4 00
Australian Papers.
The Australasian (weekly) 10 00
The Town and Country Journal 10 00
Melbourne Illustratrated News 10 00
Tho Weekly Sydney Herald 600
Devoted Exclusively to Music.
Hitchcock's Magazine... : 4 00
Peter's Musical Monthly 4 00
3" Any Periodicals, not in this list, will be ordered at
any time, and supplied at cost and charges.
Address II. SI. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, 1871. 813 mc
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FALL TRADE 1870
Best A I Hawaiian
25 MESS BEEF, H
PACKED BY
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
AS1V warranted.
The above Beef is puked by an experienced
Batcher, cured in Liverpool Bait, and packed in
Turk's Island Halt. The best refercneee can be
jiren. or sale in quantities to suit bj
TIIEOD. C. HKUCK,
Honolulu. Sept. 14th. 137), 3S-tm
200 BBLS. of OEEG0N FLOUR,
JUST RECEIVED
C'ueap bj
AND FOR SALE
C. BREWER A CO,
Russia Bolt Rope,
A1
SSORTED SIZES For sale br
2 BOLLES &
CO.
JL GEJTERAI, ASSORTHEST OP
Groceries. and Ship Stores
A I. WAYS on hand, ana win lie soia at
XX the lowest prices, by
B0LLES i I'O.
SOLI fc SADDLE LEATHER,
Taamed Goat and Sheep Skies,
CQSSTA5T1.Y OS HiSB aztct foe Sle,
from tb. well-known
WAIHEi TA5SEKT, C SOTLET, Propr
lT-oe A. ft CM6H0BX, Agent
MERCHANDISE. &C.
THEOD. C. HEUCK
OFFERS FOR SALE
tT-ULSt InLecei-V'3L,
-BT THE-
HAWAIIAN BARK KA MOI
A LARGE AND SPLENDID
SELECTED WITH SPECIAL CARE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
CONSISTING Of
English, German and French
DRY GOODS!
FANCY GOODS!
DRESS GOODS & CLOTHING
Consisting In Patt as follows
E
ItEXCII CASHMERE MERINOS,
Cohorts ami Baratheas, Italian Cloth,
Bine, Brown ami White Cotton Longcloth,
lleavj Denims, Superior WhiU Linen,
Bleached Moleskin,
White Muslins ami Jaconets.
Black and mixed Broadcloth,
Victoria Lawns, White and Bine Flannels,
Doeskin, Hack Towels,
Men's Fine Merino Shirts
While Linen nnd Mourning Handkerchiefs,
Linen Sheeting, Coatings and Wadding.
While Sewing Cotton, assorted,
Col's Linen Thread,
Linen and Paper Collars, Cotton Cane Umbellas
White Quilts, Dutch Tape,
Crochet Cotton and Patent Kiienvarn,
Ladies' White Cotton Hose,
Gents' Brown Cotton half-hose.
Button Rings,
Brown and White Cotton Undershirts,
Patent Highland Plajlng Cards,
Philocorac, Pomade and Macassar Oil.
AND
A Lot of Fancy Articles.
ALSO
lOy O-tlaonr Arrivals,
A Choice Assortment of
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
fSailillcry, Oroccrles,
I'nlntN and Oil,
Willi Paper,
AND THE BEST BRANDS OF
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts pts Deetjen A Schrooder'a Star brand.
Best French Clarets and Brandy,
Rhine Wine, Genuine llollaud Gin,
in cases and In bulk.
Sparkling: Hoclf, In quarts end pints,
Port Wine, HolT' Mult Extract
Ladies' and Gents1 Boots & Shoes,
of tbx best make and manufacture,
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of tbe nowest pattern, and unsurpatsed in bril-
lianej of tone.
Three Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,'
AND
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Numerous to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade
J&T" Tor Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
-ALS0-
Qm Hand!
jJ-cMUIUlAY'S Fresh Orsteri,
No. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddj ,
Manila Rope 1), 2, 2) and 3 Inches,
Havana Cigars tbe best in the market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boies Salad Oil ; Centnrj A Forest, Rose Tobacco
New Stvles of Ladies' Trimmed Half,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ac,
For Kale Cheap,
at tbe Store of
THEOD. C.
HEUCK,
Fort Street.
Honolulu, Sept. 14th, 1370. 3S-tf
Manila Cordage,
ALL SIZES,
or dutv paid.
from 1-2 lo 5 inch, in bond
For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
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Spunyarn, Houseiine,
WORM LINE, .tlarlin, Seizing, Ratlin,
etc, etc. A full assortment for sale bj
BOLLES A CO.
CALIFORNIA CHEESE,
QALOON PILOT BREAD, CKACKHRS,
Kj Jennjr Lind Cakes, Jumbles,
etc., etc, reeeired
per Moses Taylor.
(T)
BOLLES A CO.
Salt, Salt!
2 AAA TONS llest Hawaiian Salt, for
,UUU sale in quantities to suit, bj
2 B0LLE3 A CO.. Areata.
OREGON HAMS AND BACON.
A SHALL- LOT RECEIVED FER HOSES
Tavlor, via Ean Francisco. For Sale by
-.7 , BOLLES A CO.
BEST New BetHwd Ah
For sale by 1(21
Oars Ail shea.
&0LLKS A CO.
VICTORIA and California Red Brtefcs
F?r rale bj Z B0LLS A CO.
periodica; a
THOS. C. THRUM'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL..
NEWS fc CUTLERY DEPOT,
AND
CIRCULATING LIBRARY!
Morchant Street, Honolulu
THE ADVERTISER baring purchased the interest
of Messrs. BLACK A AULD in the Stationery, Sews
and Periodical Buisess, will continue, the aasu and
KEEP CONSTANTLY OH HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATltMIEBY,
each as Foolsesp;Lcga7-cap. Letter. . jsaf" '
Xote and Bdler. and Ilarfcrs EiiTelepe' o
Ac;oonturrent and Bill Paper. -' i
Cloth-lined, Veilsm, WhiteBJCT
Baa and Canary Envelspts,
Black, Copjing and V7ri:inj;. Violet. Bine,
Carmine aod Fvmpathetio Inks. Fens and
Holders. Isitjtands A Fencils In Tariaty,
Files cap and letUr siie. Letter Clips.
Paper Fasteners, Robber, Eraser,. Balers.
Fenracxs, Red Tape, Rubber Bands,
Sealing Wax, Xots:UI Seals, Ae.
Itlaiilc lloolc. aLctlscrs, Jeanials
Day, Cash, Record and ilemorandum Books!
Scrap, Log. Receipt and Note Books.
Pesn's Letter Bosks, with ink.
Press Copytar Bovks,
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards? J mf
Bristol Boards. Water CUr, Dominees1
Chess andJUeksasamon.BarlsI
Star Aledieaftd Pateri'Ae.
To the above, with, a large Scppiy efa.
AMERICAN i ERGUSH PERIODICALS BY EVERY HAIL .
will shortly be expected, foil and corapieteiasa't e
TABLE 4. POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tito Clrarvilivtl t ay XLsilorracrry
pT ATill eonUIn Standard Works ef Fiction, and
No tv Books will be addxd by every Steamer.
J. F. Smith's. Dickens', Bolwers. D'lsraeH's,
Eugene Sac's, Tilkis Collins. MsrryattY.
Miss Braddon's, Mrs. Henry Wood's.
Mrs. Ellen Wood's. Miss Mnlbach's.Thaekaray's,
Mrs. Orey'a Victor lingo's. T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Eagan's, and others are new en hand.
Engraving, Caligraphy, Stescil Cutting k Copyias;.
witl still be attended to.
Thankful for past farors, the advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to business and the wants ef his pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of tbe ismt
ZST All orders from the Country and the) o the
Isfands, promptly attended to, at the lowest rates.
Honolulu, Sept. 27tb, 1870 37-m
MERCHANDISE. &Q.
SELLING OFF!
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash!
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. WIDDIFIELD,
Would Call tbe Attention or
PLANTERS, JIERCIUNTS & MECHANICS
TO MIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HAEDWiE!
PECULIARLY ADA11D
For tbe Wants of tbe Island' Trade.
Merchants in Particular
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THUS ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE 2IE A CAZLl
Before Pui'chasing Elsewhere
AS 3IAXY TUIXOS WILL BK SOLD
TSTot Only txt Cost,
BUT U? MANY ISSTAXCBS,
GREATLY BELOW COST1
TO MAKE ROOM
FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASS0RT3IENT
agricultural and Other Implements,
Comliig from the Coal,
Tbe Usual Discount Mailt to tbe Trade!
Orders from the other Islands e.eesifj
solicited, promptly attended to and fitted wtt! ease.
CD" No Connection with the Una across tho WaT,
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Pro Bono Publico!"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
JtdLtvo on TTaxxcL
AND IN TRANSIT.
Direct Importations
FROM
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
'I'lsc sLursetit nnd
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OX THE IIAAVAIIA.V a HO CP,
Consisting In Part of. Tlx the Celebrated
1 PT jt -
Scotch Tweed Suits !
Cashmere, Cloth ic Drill Garments,
in all varieties.
Complete Black Dress and Walking Bolts,
Boys' White Linen Cajhmere
and Cloth SoiUt
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF.
Cents' Furnishing Goods,
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
J011N il. DAVIES A CD'S '
Celebrated Patent White Shirts;
Styled Davies A Jcnes, In all grades.
OrerHuirtMl Orcrsthlrtai! Orei-ahlrlji,
in Qrey Flannel, Diagonal, ,
Printed and Crfsiein.
ALL OF THESE GOODS
ARE AT
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES!
Hats! Hatsl Hats!:
Hosiery! Hosiery! Hosiery!.
For Gents', Ladies and Boys. '
AMERICAN & ENCLISH.
FANCY & STAPLE DRY GOODS
AND .
Boots and,Shcs,.
DIRECT FROM TUB MANUFACTURERS--'
At tbe -rcry lewtit poaislble -Price
By the original package.
AN ASSCiBTMTltENI Of ..-
French Gaiters A lumjps,
Of the Latest Stylus, warrants! gennisaTftiic
very best material. Alio constantly oa ia "
The Terr best Importations of JfaaMov Clssira
Tor Bale by
M. S. GRINBAUM ft CO.,
15-tf Maiae's Block.
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