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. Every Wednesday Morning,
A2l SIX J) OLLsLRS FER AXA'UM.
Foreign. Subscribers, SS.00 to 810.00.
Oman In the new Vott Office Build
ing, lerfihaut Street, Honolulu, IL L
TiIikIjmT pablMwd by SL Ruin!, at tie Govera
!Mt Mating Omoe, to whom all bBsttiUS eoramirici
ll insist, a adarrfed ,
. JBASTLE & COOKE,
lllcalcrs in General-. Merchandise,
Skipping and Ccmniiseion Herchanta,
.NHKU( Street, Honolulu, Hawalta IMuxk. ly
RATES OF ADTERTISISG.
a ee I s csf t cols e eokra oo
los 4e s oei s o( ii to
491 W TMlOOtiMta
(St T St 10 001 14 OP' IS OS
II Lines 1 meh .
11 Lines t iaraes
3s) Llaes 3 iacaes
43 Unes-4 laches
Qwarter of Golwasn
Third c f CWamn . .
ii or i h is oat a
ioo ne4 aeoili
u oi i ee is e o5 to o
Hstfsf cwuub ,1: m a u. u.sci as
One (Moan 13 OOi SO Of I 44 At Ti
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, APKIL 12, 1871.
IS6.00 PER YEAR.
Sjg- Bwsfeess Cards; when jw'sajsaT .for ewrVar. are alkyw
i a discoant from tfeeee rate, watch are tor traasseat aaver
meats, when paid or cbarr-rl tjesnerlj-
S. C. ALLEX.
Skipping and foinmissioii merchants,
Q Street, IleaeMu, H. I.
Agists for the Hawaiian Packet line.
, tttsn res
Titaorrtlte TfetiUtfea, I f(TBt'i Plaatanen,
OutUM rsaatauvn, I Nealeau I'Uat.tfOfi,
latrarial lire 1 aaaranee CJesataay, Loedon.
Ms. pa, is' Matual Marine laearasee Oo., Sen Francisco.
jM,if. i act, umaiB.
A. AV. PEIKCE A: CO.,
(East mors Is C. L. lUcsmuw Co..)
t EWp Chandlers and General Commission Merchants-
AK0 Arrets for tbe r-culoa Salt Wotls.
HI Bouotulo. Hawallm Ishaos. lyT
E. P. ADAMS,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
1JJ Qoeen Street, Honolulu, II. I. Iy6
C. I rVIOIIOI.S. 31. I.,
Corner Frtsd Merchant streets. At OBce foteeoon after S
J o'clock; 3 leer, . Keside nee. W Beretanla St.
-lOIIA S. 3IGIti:V, 31. Is.,
(Lair ftirrtxw r. S. Am;. )
Qui W cowiulted at his rmJwMW Hotel ft., between Ala- f
R l,ea and Nuoaoo BtrwaU. lyC j
V. mmeuta. r. ton
IIU3IIMIICEVS at IlKOIVA,
IMPORTERS AKD WHOLESALE DEALERS
I "rThiee, ffkHe, Ale, rorter, At., 4c, Merchant Street
A. I"- JII,
ATTOESET AKD C0UKSELLOB AT LAW.
411 Offloe Xo M Fort Street. Hooololo. Pj"
tiios. s. xitnuai's
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
and Circulating Library,
MfNtett Stmt, Iloonlolo. Aloo-Steocil Cuttiaf. En
graTtsc, Cmir and CopjlBg, propOj Mewled on
wiiliiWe tfnm. 41-1)7
IMPOETEE ASD DEALER IK BOOTS, SHOES
Fine Qotbios, 1'urnkbing (louda, rerfamery, ic, corner
f Tort and Merchant Street e, Honolalo.
Hit, Agwt for tie Hawaiian boap Oo. Orders recel ted,
Partiealar attention iaid to tbe Shipment of Good, to the
other Mania. 8-ly
a. c. nurroi, 31. i.,
POET PHTSICIAK, AKD SURGEON.
Office and Reaideneo under liofftim'a Uall, note! Street,
(iltwfteOM wort of Nautnu Street,
HMt iioitme: id llngi and Medici nes, rerfasery,
Sew. Hair OHa, Brutbee, Combe, Toilet 1'owOer, rMoKoa,
Igrd Seed, otc otc which be aelia chtap for oaeh. (8-1; 6 '
J OH A II. I'ATY,
Kotary Public and Commissioner of Deeds
Forth. State of California. Offioe at tbe Bank of Blfbop
lOo., Kaahoaeann Sireot, llinululo. (S-l;6
IILL1.'VXIA3I &. CO.,
IKPOBTEES AND DEALERS IK HARDWARE,
Cattery, Drjr Goooa, PainU and Oila, and General Mer
thandiee. So. 5, Kine Streot, ilooolulo. 1S-1)6
II. IIACKrCIal) Jc CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
SJ Qceen Street, Honolulu. II. I. Ijg
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS ASD COMKISSIOK KEECHAKTS,
-II Honolnlii. Oahn. 11. I. prg
TIIEOU. C. IIEUCK,
IMPORTER AKD C0HMISS10K MERCHANT.
l-) Honolnln. Oahn. II. I. Pr
F. A. SCHAKI'Kir .V CO.,
K lionololo, Oehn, II. I. 1?C
C. B. LCWEBS. J. G. SICKSOX
IXWEKS "t 0ICKSO3',
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
AndaHbMsorBaildinEMateriaie, FortStreet, Iloeolola.
ALIEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
lUoooUnne tbeGeoeralMercbaodiseaiid Shipping bnelnesi
at tbe abore ort, where they are prepared to f uraMi tb.
jutly eorebrated Kiwaibae Potatoes, and ecb other He
orsha aa are roqnired l-j whaleablps, at tbe tborteet notke
MsA on the most reasonable term. -Firewood alwars on
.IOIIA T. WAXEKIIOIISK,
IMPOETEE AKD DEALER IK GENERAL
S Queen Street, Uonoioln, IL I. IjC
v. i. GKi;n.,
GENERAL COMiaSSIOK AGENT AND BROKER,
OSee, in Firo-proof BboildiDgs. Queen Street,
Ilonolnlu, Hawaiian Mauds. Pyg
3IcCOLGA Jc JOIIASO,
at Fort rt., llonoiolp. oppoall. T. C Ueaet'a. Ir6
C U. .VII.LIA3IS,
HAN UFACTTJRES, LMPOSTER AND DEALER
la ranvHere of erery description FornitareWare-IMsason
Fort Street, opposite Chase's Photograph Gallerr. Work--"
ahap at tho M sund on Hotel Street, near Fort.
BOOT AKD SHOE MAKER,
41 Kteg Street, noil to tho Bethel. Honolaln. 17
XIIKO. II. DAVIES,
Lit I JaMO!, Cksex t Co. I
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
asn aot re
lAayCs aad the Urorpu'4 Underwritera,
MrKMi and Foreign Marine Insurance Company, and
'orrbern Assnranco Company. 3-Iy6
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In FaeUoaable Clotfcing. HaU. Caps, Boots, Sboea, and
eTery variety of Gentlemen's Fnrnishins Goods. Saow'e
BoBdiag. Merchant Street, lionoluln. 60-Iy7
I.. I. XOItBEUX.
DEALER IK LUMBER AKD EVERY KEND OF
It Orrsca Corner Queen and Fort streets. ljf
, - GEOCER AND SHIP CHANDLER, .
iStmmy and KecnttU foratclied to Ship en Uie mott farer
30 able ternn. jTj-6
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
Office on James BcMnson & 008 Whssi,
GoBt4enes tbe builnew on bii old plan ef eettling with
etfioer and eeamva iesmedtately ra tbr skipping at hU
Aca. IlaTiscno direct or indirect connection with any out
lHlfegMUMiiihsefit, and allowing no debt to be collected
in aWaoa, Le bop4 togire aa pood satis taction Jn the fu
tare ai Le baa in the pat-
Corner tr Hotel and Fort Stmt.
THE CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES, WINES
and Spirits always to be found at tie Bar. 22-Iy
EMP nnt! Cotton Sail Twine for sale
ey 'SJ BOLLES A CO.
3. S. waXS-Eft.
g. sE(;ruii: t Co.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS. AND
SHEET IKON WORKERS,
Kenans Street, between Merchant and Queen.
Have constantly on band. Store, ripe, Qalranixcd
Inn Hi. Plain and Hose nibes.Stnp-coets, India
Itunber lloee lt 3-ply, in lengths of S5 ana 50
and also m Trrr line stock of Tinware of every flie
rs i ij-rvu.
Particular attention siren toShip-Wwk. Orders fsotnlbe
ether Itlande will be carefully attended to.
Tbankfnl to the OtUzeoe of lloaolalo and the Iilanda
gener&Uj for tbeir liberal patroeaee in the put, we bope bj
itrkt attention to bnsiaeu to oertt tbe ubo for tbo fatnre.
iiolli;s .V CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Coraroisnon Uerchant:.
Importers and Dealen In Oeneral 3Ierebandiee, Queen Street,
lionololo, llairaUan Island.
BS Agents fer tb. EanaakaVal, Moanaloa, and EakaaVo
Salt Woria. 1 lj
jTffl25S' u" Opened a New &tab!Khnwnt.
Sr and will pre UU attention to
Carriage Triinmi-g, Saddle and Harness Hating,
and Repairing in all its Branches-
Every descripUon of Articles connected with tbe Basinets
eon.tantl on band, at
Moderate I"rlc. ;ive Illm n Trial.
No. 3S King Street, next to Leais' Cooperate. i0-6nic
HONOLULU IRON WOEKS CO.
STEAM EXGIXES, Snfjnr 3I1IH,
;IIoller.f Coolers, Iron, Braes tod Lead Catlings.
Machlnory of Every Description,
a- Made to Order. -
Particnlar attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing.
tg- JOB WORK eaecnted on tbe eliortej' notice. 35-lrC
.1. S. IHCIaSOA,
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
Xo. 03 King Street,
Nearly opposite Meesra. Dillingham t Co.
,j. I. Graining, Marbllnr. Gilding, Calsomininr Faper
rdnginf Ac, S.c executed oo tbe shortest notice,
an J va tbe most reasonable tenis. So-3m
i'A Ofice, Cor. Fort k Hotel Streets.
CII.VI.I..UIi;i. A: CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN WINES,
Spirits. Ales, lc. No. 8, Xnuiu Street, opposite Merchant
Street, Honolulu. 12-ly6
A. s. ci-i:iioica,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
Fire-proof Store, corner of Queen and Kaahnmann Streets.
Retail Establishments, on Nnaanu Street, and on the corner
ol Fort and lintel Streeta. 14-13 a
H. a. T. CABTEK
ui:mviii & co.,
noNoi.ru;, ii. i.
ACEXTS-Or the Iloston ami Honolulu racket
AKEXTS-For the Mnkre, Walluku niul Hnna
ACn.VTS l-'or tlie Purthsse and Sato or Island
D. r. E11LEBS. A. JAEGEn.
ii. r. i:iii.i:i:s v co.,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proof Store on Fort St., above Odd rllow Hall. S7-I 6
F. A. SCIIAEFEIt,
CENT Tor the HUKMKN HOARD or
Apent for tbe Irelen Board of Underwriters,
Agent lor the t te&na tioara ol Lnaenrrllrrs.
C. S. IIAItXOIV,
Salesroom on Queen Street, one door from Kaahnmann
Street. 17-1? 6
31. S. GKI.XHAU3I A: CO.,
IMPORTERS AKD WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Ilata, Caps, Coots, Show and
every variety of Geotleraett'fl superior Furnishing Goods.
Store in Makee'a Block, Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.
AI'OrVG Ac ACIIIiCIi.
Importers) Wholesale aad Retail Dealers in
And China Goods, in the Fire-proof Store en Nnuanl Street,
under the Pnblic Hall. 4S-13"
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
it Hllo, HawaH. Py6
31. T. I0F,IsIs,
CABINET MAKER AKD UPHOLSTERER
King Street, Ilonolnlu, opposite Lewis' Cooper Shop. Will
41 buy and sell second-band Furniture. 1)7
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
Importer of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign Goods,
N holesale Dealer in Hawaiian Produce, and Agent for the
Paukaa and Aroauulu Sugar Plantations. Fire-proof
Store en Nouanu Street, below King. -1-ljG
JA3IES Is. I.E1VIS,
COOPER AND G AUGER,
At the Old Stand, corner Sing and Bethel Streets.
A Large Stock of Oil SbooVa and all kinds of Coopering
Material oonftantly jo Land, lie nopes by attention to
tnrineM to raerita continuance of the patronage wbkli be
La berttofure eayed, and for which be now retumi hU
.i. ii. Tiioj.rsoiv,
Queen Street, Honoluln,
Has constantly oo band and for sale at tbe Lowest Market
Prices, a sood assortment of the Best Kenned Bar iron, and
tbe Best Blacksmith's Coal. SS-Ij 6
WAGON AND CARRIAGE BUILDER,
?G IClng Street, Honoluln.
Kroalrioc done with care and neat
ness. Also, ttartlcclrr attention civen
to Blacksmitblnc ano Horse-shoeing. O
Orders from the other Islands promptly executed. 4u-ly6
HAVING OPENED A PIIOTOGIITPIIIC
GALLERV, nearly opiosite toy former stand, on Fort
Street, I shall be most bappy to see my obi patrons and
others who wish for first-class Pictures, and shall try, by at
tention to tbe tastes of ray customers, to merit their patron
are. Also, for sale, rtotofrrapfes of celebrated personages,
views, 4c Picture, ef all kinds taken on tbe most reasona
aMe terms. KlyJ II. L. CHASE.
No. 5 Merchant Street, opposite the Sailor Home,
.V -ILL ITS BRANCHES,
HAS CONSTANTIVY ON HAND a variety
of HOME-MADE FURNITURE, which he offers Ut
fit AT TOE LO HIST JIA UKET M11CE&, consisting cf
BEST BLACK WALNUT PARLOR FURNITURE,
Spring-Back Easy Chairs. Lounges and Mattraiscs.
Hair and Spring Maltrasses, Window Shades and Slip
covers mads to order.
Old Furnilnre KoVpliolsterecl,
Repaired and TarnUbed, with satisfaction warranted.
A5-Calland examine my stock before purchasing else
where. 3-Terms Reasonable. AH orders from Ship-masters and
the other Islands, will be promptly attended to. My
American Mess Beef,
AMERICAN Mess Porlt-In bond, and for
sale by 2 BOLLES k CO.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
Tho Basis of Our Business.
TniinST. To Xanufarturc all och Books and Eta
Ji ttattry ta can lit itrae bro as vdl as etwbere, and
1 hereby directly benefit our cuetomen and cnntUn.
SKCOXDr To liny and Sell Itoofci aad S t atten
tion erj wutD mate It to tbe interest of dealen and consum
ers to come to cs in preference to eendiog Kast.
We xaannfictore and Import ever description cf Sta
tionery, ourjiDg li rtocts of Taper, KoTeloes and Black
iiooks or oar own manutucture, ink, slates, etc
-CS Over 1,W0 Tiriti of Blank forms kept In Etcck.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
12-ly San Frmnciaco, CaL
HACAR & CO.'S
033 Claj- Street, Snu Francisco.
SOLE Agents for It. Hoc &. Co.'s 1'rcsscs
and Printers' Materials, Gordon's Job Prtses,
.Mather's Inks, etc. 11 3m
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
405 Front Street, corner of Clay, San Francisco
32 . Ijl
LEARMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.
SYDNEY, X. S. "VV.,
General Commission Agents,
Will attend to the Hie ofSandtilch Island Produce, and
arrange for advances on same.
fW. U Or.CE.V Honoluln
' I M ACFABLAN K, BLAIR A Co. . . San Francisco
B. XL WIUUX3, R. P. BUS CHILD, C B. MOttOlX.
WILLIAMS. BLANCHARD & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ij") Xo. as California Street, San Francisco. 30
J0HX X"Ca.tK, J. C. KEEBIU
Turtland. S. F. Cal.
H'CRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
Hating been ens&ged in onr present business for upward
of twelve years, and being located in a Fire-proof Brick Bnild
dlnc, we are prepared to recei ve and dispose of Island Staples,
sucb as Sugar, Syrup, Itlce,lulu, Coffee, etc, to advantage.
Consignments especially solicited lor the Oregon Market, to
which personal attention will be paid, and upon which cash
advances will be mado when required.
Charles tV Brooks San Trancisco
J C Merrill a Co
Badger a Liodenberger "
Jsmes r.tricV 1 Co. "
Wm T Coleman a Co "
Steren, BaVeraCo "
Allen a Lewis Portland
LaddaTilton " "
Leonard a Green " l-ly6
E. 31. VAI ItEED,
lCnnnfrntt n, Japan,
Having the best facilities through an intimate connection
with the Japanese trade for the past eight years, is prepared
to trausoct any business entrusted to bis care, w lib dispatch.
17- lyO j
LANGLEY, CROWELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, I
Cor. Battery & Clay Sts, SanFrancisco. 6m j
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
RIMMEL'S IIILANG -III LANG, VANDA, HEN
na. Jockey Club, Jfrangipaoc, and other per
fumes of exquisite fragrance.
RIMMEL'S Lavcndar Water, distilled from Mit-
Rimmtl's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its useful
and sanitary properties.
F.imtncl's Extract of Lime Juice and Glycerine, tbe
best preparation for Iho hair, especially in waim cli
mates. Himtnel's Dugong Oil Soap, perfumed with Austra
Kin: m el's Glycerine, Honey, Windsor and other
Kimmcrs Hoie Water, Costume aod Floral Crack
ers, very amusing for balls and parties.
Riminel'a Violet, lloee-Ieaf, Ilicc, and other Toilet
A liberal allowance to shippers.
Terfamer to H R II the Priucess of Wales, 6, Strand,
124. Regeot Street, and 21, Cornbill, London;
17. roulerard ds Italicns, Paris, and 76, King's
43- Sold by all Perfumery Tendon. 37-lj5
J. WOTT & CO.,
COI'PEIt & TIN SMITHS, mako erery de
scription of work in their line, used on Planta
tions or elsewhere. They also keep on hand a full
Short Copper, Sheet Tin,
Sheet Lead, Sheet Iron,
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
Soft A Brass Solder, Pall Ears,
Prcscetl Bucket Covers,
Black and Tinned Rircts,
Copper llivcts, etc.
Also on hand, a few moro of
THOSE SPLENDID COOKING STOVES
Received by the "Syren,"
"Cotton riant" and "Gray Jackets," together
with a variety of JapanneJ Ware, and many articles
useful in tbe Kitchen. fS" Work on Buildings,
such as gutters, spouts, water-piprs, Ac. Ship-work
will meet with prompt attention at No. 9 Kaahumanu
C. W. CREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, Manufacturers and Dealers
In all kinds of Soap. Beef, Mutton, and Goat
Officc, 30 Fort Sect, where orders will be received
and promptly attended to. 39
3f. DICKSON has fittrul un
(the Gallery on Fort Street, east
side, between Kinc and Hotel Sts..
and is now prepared to take Pic
tures of any deeired style or size.
Island Views for Sale. JJ-Cme
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
PACKED on the Island of Knuai, by an
experienced Butcher, and warranted as good
as any Beef put up on these Islands. Forsale by
BOLLES A CO.
Hemp and Flax Canvas !
BEST AKBHOATII MANUFACTURE,
assorted Numbers, in bond or duty paid. For
sale by J BOLLES A CO.
Paints and PaintOil,
HUBIiARD'S best Boiled Oil,
Hubbard's White Zinc,
Hubbard's White Lead,
J. T. W., White Lead,
Fancy Paints, a general assortment. For sale br
2 BOLLES i CO.
Iron Stock Anchors,
SIZES, from IOO lbs. to 4,000 lbs., in
Bond or duty paid. For sale by
2 BOLLES t- CO.
BEST LEAP LARD,
pr 10-LB TIXS, RECEIVED PER ST'R
L 7 BOLLES A CO,
SUGAJl & MOLASSES
Sugar and Molasses,
nUOV NOW COJIIXC IN, and for sale
j in qaantmes to fait purchasers, by
l-3m WALKEK ALLEN. Ag--nts.
StiKtir and 3(oIn.f,c Crop
GOMINO IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchaser!, by
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Suprar itittl 3IoI;ihr.es CropJSyi
C10JIINO IN, FOR SALE EN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN, AgChts.
IVctr Crop ol" Stisrni" Jc 3Io1:issch
VTOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
X titles to suit purchasers by
C. BREWER A CO.. Agents.
NEW CROP NOW C0MIX0 IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to suit pnrchnsers, hy
l-3m C. r.nUWEr. A CO., Agents.
DIPERUL FIRE INSURANCE CtUlPAXT
Of London. Instituted 1803.
CASH CAPITAL, SS,OU0,0UO In GOLD.
THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to issue policies on
Fire Risks (with or without the average clause) on
PlanUtion Buildings and Machinery, I'rivato Dwellings,
Brick. Stone and V ooden Stores, Merchandise, Coals, Lum
ber, Ships In Port, Ac. on tho most farcrable terms.
cs- All Losses Adjusted and Paid for hero. "6a
For particalars apply at the omco of
WALKER t ALLF.N,
M-ly A cents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of Snu Prnncltco
rtmiE UXDEItSIGNED ..aviiifr Icen np-
JL pointed Agents for tbe above Com pan j", are prepared
to Issue lVHcIea on Cnrgoea, Frriplita and Treas
ure. WALK Ell A ALLEN,
I -3m Agents, Honoluln.
rinilE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS of the
JL above Company, have been authorized to imura risks
on Cargo, l-'rellit and Treasure, byConatcra,
from Honolulu to all ports of tbe Hawaiian Group, and vice
8-lj6 It. 11ACKFELD 1 CO.
EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
'TPTIIE UNDEKSICNED linvllig lieen nir--H-
pointed Agents of tho alovo Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire, on Stone and IlrlcU Hitllil
Iiirs, and on Mcrchnmllao stored therein, no the
most favorable terms. For particulars apply at the office ol
S-ly6 F. A. SCHABFER t CC.
THE AGENT POIl THE I1UITISII For
eign Marine Insurance Company. (Limited), has re
ceived instructions to reduce the rates ol Insurance
between Ilonolnlu and Ports in the Pacitic, and is now pre
pared to issue Policies -at tho Loioul Halts, with a special
reduction on Freight per Steamers.
THF.rt. II DATIFS,
48-Ij7 AginfBrit. br. Mar. Int. Co. (Limited)
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
ftl-ove Company, have been authorized to insure risks
oti Cargo, Krclfrlit and Treaaltre, from Honolulu
to Ml ports of the world, andvlce versi.
18-lvB II. IIACKFEI.D CO
ifi'v Furnished Rooms
-tMlnJaS TO IjET 111 -1IrS- T Tl'rU-"'S
ajB-ti3- v0. 23 Ivinr- Street. ri9-lre
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
MAKD ALL KINDS OF
jJjACIIIXERY, STEAM ENGI.VES,
Sugar Mills, IVIml Slills,
Vacuum Pans, ClnrlQcrs,
Tanks, Smoke Sfncks,
And .all Kinds of heavy Sheet Iron Work.
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD,
Mado to order, and particular attention paid to
Anthracite, Cumberland and Soft Coal,
0a hand and for sale. Also,
Valves, Coeks. and Brass Work of all kinds.
Centrifugal Wire Cloths, of varlc is meshes.
Flax Packing, Rubber patting and belting.
Piping, Elbows, Tees, Bends, Mpples, lc.
Steam and Water Oanges,
Boiler Tubing, various sizes.
Shifting, Rar, Plate and Angle Iron.
Pig Iron for ballast, Scrap Iron.
.Nuts, Bolts, Washers, Rivets.
FIRE CLAY, FULL ASSORTMENT OF STEEL
NEW and SECOND HAND MACHINERY.
Perforated Brass Plates for Centrifugals.
1 Tank Juice Pump, 1 Small sired Sugar Jlill,
1 Small sized Sugar Mill for cattle power, second band,
1 Horizontal Steam Eogioe, 10x18. second hand,
2 Turbine Wheels for running centrifugals, with 50 feet
head of water
1 BofllBg down apparatus, for tallow,
1 Upright Boiler, G berse power,
1 Small Tubular Boiler, 2 horse power,
IV. B. aiaviriff antl Wood IVorJc
EXECUTED TO 0R.DEH,
For which tbe Works have unusual facilities.
10 ALEXANDER T0CX0, Manager.
Golden Cate Flour.
EXTRA FAMILY. BAKERS' EXTRA, AND
SUPEItFIXE. For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
DIRECT FROM F0P.TLAXD, OREGON, per
Oats. Salmon, Hams, Racon, Lard, Dried
Apples, &c, &c.
13 BOLLES A CO.
RED SALMON, in barrels A small lot of
not rery good quality, but as good as tho aver
age that is for sale about town. Call at
2 BOLLES A CO.
GALIFOIINIA LIME. We haTe a-regular
supply -from the eelebiated Eant Crux Lime
Kiln's,' which enables us to tell al the lowtit'rate.e.
2 BOLLES A' CO.
CHAI.V CABLES. All sires, from to 1 5-8
inch, in Bond or duty paid. For sale by
2 BOLLES A CO.
PERM OIL Warranted the pure article. For
sale by i:j bULLtS 4 CO.
(CJi? aiLo, ii. i. dfr
UNITED STATES, NEW ZEALAND
Australian Steamship Line of New York.
The Splonillil American Sleniiisltip
Doe here from San Francisco on the 16th of April,
The Port of Honolulu on the 17th of April,
Aiielaliiittl, IVc-tv Zcalxtiitl,
IVcIIliiton, IV civ Zenlnntl,
I.j ttlcton, IVctv Vlcalatttl,
l'ort CIitsliucrN, IV. Zculand,
Connecting with Steamers for and from
Sydney, XVcsvr Nouili "Wnlcn,
For Freight or Passage to ports of New Zea
land, apply to U. IIACKFELD A CO.,
11 3m Agents.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
TIic California, Xcw Zealniiil
niiil Aitatrnllmi Mall Ztlne of
Tbe SplendiJ Steamships
1450 tona Stevrart, Com'r,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
laOO tons T. Grainger, Com'r,
CITY OF ADELAIDE,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and the above
ports, connccticg-nt Honoluln with the North Pacific
Transportation Co's Steamers.
IloxoLCLtr. W. L. GEEEN.
Accklasd. . II. M. JEKVIS
SvoxEr II. II. UALL, U. S. Consul.
Xltc IVorflt Pncilic XrnnxiortatIon
SAN FRANCISC0&H0N0LULU LINE.
fjB Tho Company's Splendid Steamship
A J A X ,
It. S. FLOYD, ... Commander,
sVill Leave Snn Franeihco
On or about .April lCth
Freight for Ean Francisco will bo received at tho
Steamer's Warehouse, and receipts for tho same,
giren by the undersigned. No charge for storage
or oartagc. Fi'o llisks in Warehouse, not taken by
Liberal AtlvniiccM 3fatlc oit all Sliiii
ineiitM per Stcitmtrr.
Insurance guaranteed at Lower Kates than by Sail
ing Vessels. Particular cara likcu of Shipments of
All orders for Gooda to bo purchased in Pan Fran
cisco will bo received, and filled by return of Steamer.
3mbhipments from Luropcand tbe United states.
intended for theso Islands, will be received by the
Company in San Francisco, if consigned to them, and
be forwarded by their Steamers to Honolulu, Free
of CrunoE, except actual outlay.
rPassengcrs are requested to tako their tickets
before 12 o'clock on tho day of sailing, and to pro
euro their Tassports.
l-3m II. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LIKE.
For San Francisco
THE FINE PACKET BARK
Mk D. C. MUHSAYii
N. T. BENNETT MASTER
Will POSITIVELY Sail for tho above Port
On SATIJIUiAY, April lRHi. 1S71.
For Freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations for Cabin and Steerage Passengers, apply to
11 WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
For Victoria, B. C.
THE FINE BRIO
ill BYZANTIUM, k
CAI.IIOU.V, ...... Master,
Will have immediate dispateb for tbe above port.
For Freight or Passago, apply to
WALKER A ALLEN,
For Syd n e y ,
THE FINE cr.ITISII BARQUE
CAJIPftELL, - blaster.
Is now loading for the above port, and will be de
spatched on or about Saturday, tho 1st of Aprill.
For Freight, apply to
7 T1IEO. II. DAVIES, Agent.
Regular Packet for Molokai.
Schr. Pauahi, M.
Will run as a regular packet between Honolulu
and Molokai, touching at Kannakakai and Pukoo.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on
l-3m H. PRENDBRGAST. Agent.
For Kohala, Hawaii.
Will run as a regular packet to the above ports.
For freight or passage apply to
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS!
HENRY I. ftiOLTE
HAS JUST RECEIVED BY THE
"Ka Moi," and Other Late Arrivals,
A Large Asssortment of Choice
and Manila CIGARS !
THE BEST SXOKIXG AJfD CHEWING
AND A SPLENDID LOT OF
The Best ever Offered in this Market,
Constantly on hand, the Celebrated
Groan Seal and Diamond Head
SMOKING TOBACCO !
p3f For Sale at the Coffee Saloon, corner cf Nuo
anu and Queen Streets. .9
San Francisco Correspondence.
Sax Prjscisco, Jfarch 1", 1S71.
Any notice of tho events of tho Ia3t. month
ought to include mention of the furions storm of
wind ant rain with which lha city was visited on
tbe 10th of last month. The people here are so
little subject to snch experiences that tbay are
greatly excited antl alarmed by what seems a
very ordinary event to tboso who have n fre$h
remembrance of the play of tho elements In oth'er
regions. But it must be confessed that this
would have been considered quite a blow any
where, except, perhaps, by those devotees of
science who arc spending tho winter on tho top
ol Jit. "Washington. The lightning nas so intense
and continuous, that for an bonr or two the
heavens Seemed sbeeted with flame, while furioo3
blasts made tbo largest buildings tremble. The
most eeriou3 result was tbe filling of a brick
wall upon a tenement, by which three persons
were killed. Californians conclude tbat they
would rather havo an occasional tremor of tho
earth beneath, than snch a fierco commotion
overhead. No movement wa3 felt hero cor
responding with tho heavy shako lately experi
enced at tho Islands. The only occurrence of
tbo kind reported during tbo last month upon
this coast, was a shock of somo violence at
Eureka, Humboldt County, two hundred miles
north. This took placo on tho 2d of March.
There is much rejoicing here and in the town3
to tho eontb, over tbo passage by Congross of
tho Southern Pacific Railroad bill. This lino is
designed to extend from a point on tbe eastern
border of Texas, near tbo 31st parallel of latitude,
to Fort Ynnin, in tho south-eastern corner of
California. Branches at tbe extremities will
connect tbo main road with 2cw Orleans, on the
one end, and with San Diego and San Francisco,
on the other. Tbe distance from tho Gulf of
-Mexico to this, tho metropolis of tho Pacific
Coast, will be about 2,300 nils, a saving of 600
miles between ocean and ocean over tbo routo of
the already existing Pacific road. Land to the
extent of neatly 20,000,000 of acres has been
granted in aid of tbo work, and the completion
is required within ten years. In the meantime,
tho Northern PaciOc road is bsing pushed for
ward with energy, so that there is a prospect of
tlirco great routes belting the continent. A gi
gantic scheme of emigration is planned in con
nection with tho lust named enterprise. To
secure tho settlement of their lands in Oregon,
tho Northern Pacific Company propose to bring
ont 50,000 emigrants from Germany, tho induce
ment offered being a very cheap passago via
Panama, and a grant of laud on most liberal
terms, to each settler.
The month of March 13 passing without bring
ing us yet the spring rains for which agriculturists
look with anxiety. As tho ancient Egyptians
watched tbe instrument that marked tho rise of
tho Nile, and therefrom presaged famino or
plenty, so here the rain gauge i3 noted with eager
interest to see whether the aggregate number of
inches givo3 hope for a plentiful crop. As yet,
tho number falls Bhort of what is required for
prosperity, but the rains bave come in such a
manner as to bo utilized to tho utmost degree,
and hopes are entertained tbat even under the
worst of future circumstances, fair crops may be
gathered. The interests of California aro now
so closely connected with agriculture that disaster
hero involves universal calamity.
The Mercantile Library Association of this
City have just issued their Annual Report. They
possess a magnificent building valued ntS300,000,
and a library of 30,000 volumes. The lottery of
last summer, which so many will remember with
n twinge of pain, was a financial success, bat the
teliring President of the Association himself
confesses its demoralizing effect. It may be
questioned whether even the rescue of a useful
institution from threatened bankruptcy is a
sufficient, compensation for the harm that has
resulted from the means resorted to. The Insane
Asylum at Stockton holds more than one victim
of the disappointed bope which it prodaeed.
And besides this, an impetns has been given to
similar schemes throughout tbe State.
The eagerness of men to rush after tbe slight
est hope of easy gain has bad an amusing illus
tration in the city lately. It nppear3 that one
or- two Mexicans, of an investigating turn of
mind, undertook a search for gold in the sands
on the beach' near Selby's Reduction "Works.
They were reported to havo found somo glittering
grains, and forthwith a thousand people men,
women aud children betook themselves to the
spot, somo to look on curiously, many to search
for fortune. Erery available spot is taken np by
the sanguine miners, who dilgently wash the
sand in old pans antl every sort of extemporized
" rocker." Others carry away sand in beg3 and
cans, to search at leisure. This pursuitof fortune,
however, is rational and promising in comparison
with an enterprise in which another dreamer has
embarked. A friend recently called the attention
of your correspondent to aquantity ofships'store,
which he said were about to be put on board a
vessel soon to sail in search of secreted treasure.
There is a certain Island in mid-I'aciDe, where, as
sundry fools believe, some pirate concealed, years
ago, a store of his ill-gotten coin. -Moro than oao
party has made search for it. Bat now a woman
having had revelations from spirits as to its exact
locality, has purchased a vessel and i3 sending it
to the island. It add3 another illustration to tho
proverb, tbat "a fool and hi3 money are soou
California has lost the brightest star in her lite
rary firmament by tho duptrturo for the East of
Bret riarie. He was' a genuine prodnct of tho
Western Coast, and ought to bave continued on
tbe soil that has given his works the racy flavor
tbat won popularity. Few have attained literary
success in so brief a time and tbrongb so limited
an amount of productions 03 he. A few poenu
and projo sketches bavo brought him a fame 03
wide as tbe world of English readers. Ife baa
not left tbis State for lack of appreciation, nor
for want of profitable opportunities. It remains
to be seen whether tbe author of the " Heathen
Chinee " and the " Lock of Roaring Camp " is
eqaal to tbe difficult task of keeping up tbe repu
taliotrtbatriby'n. happy stroke, be h"made.-The'
Orerhnd JiBnUiIi, which he rescued from threat
ened death nnd elevated to a high rank, will here
after be edited by V. C. Barliett, of AeBiOetin
The newspapers of the city and State make
prominent mention of the recent death of a
wealthy and eccentric citizen of San Francisco
Horace Hawes. He came here in ISIS, by way
of the Hawaiian Ms kinds, and held early offices of
trust and influence, aad has been identified with
important public enterprises. Bat those who
would speak best of him are obliged to raestion
his want of amity, affection, and other peculiari
ties of character tbat hindered htm from receiving
much personal regard. Ia hk lifetrme ue made
some largo charitable gifts, iwd by bis. will has
left tho balk of his estate, amoaotiaf to nearly a
million and a half Of dollars, for the founding of aae
University. But the gift is hamperexi xitk sack
intricate and impracticable conditions, Ikat it is
doubtful whether any can be found to aatkrUke
President Qntitt has gives intimation tbat be
will visit tbis Coast after tbe wljowimeet of ,
Congress. The untouaeaeBl is received with
moch delight. It wilt be tbe Srsl tie tbat a
President of the United State has beem west of
the Rocky Mountains, and citixens owt parties
will unite to do liim honor. OtStotniacj are
easily excited to eotbasseetn, and fond of demon
strations. SaoeM so iHstiofcaieaed a goeet ac
cept tbeir hospitalities, they woold give Um tech
a reception as voetd eriaes tbe IstofiMfjlt teyaky
to the Union of tbe Golden State.
The patron saint of Ireland has to-day reeetred
due honors. Tbe weather has been most favor
able for a public celebration, tod the ndvaatafes
bare been well Improved. A lonjr pveeeofteo.
composed of mititary companies aad tbe several
Hibernian Societies, has patted tkroofh tbe
crowded streets willi rnasie and haaneta. Tba
gteen flag, barp-eaebtaaoeed, is everywhere dit
played in union with tbe Stars and Stripes. An
oration was delivered besore an ieanneae aadicow
in tbe Csliforuia Theatre, by Rev. Wra- Faley, in
which tbe ancient glories of Ireland and her
present wrongs were etoqaently depicted. Col.
P. F. Walsh read a poem, and tbe eelfbratkm
terminated as nsoal with mdry balls antl baa
quanta. Next week the Germans will celeorata tbe
close of the war with a procession ami other
Ilovt- CSoItl I'csim ssra nl title.
The gold tued for pens is of varioa degrees ef
fiaenees. from three to fourteen carats. Tbe beat
manufacturers use tbe letter aeliiy,it pcitsniaa;
more elasticity, tenacity and flrmnrss than infe
rior qualities. Tbe gold is received from tbe re
finer in oblong pieces called ingots, which are
rolled down to a certain thickness, generalry aboet
four times tbat of tbe Sniehed pen. It is
then passed tbroegh a power preas crotajtiiag a
die, which pals oat what are called bleaks, or
pieces of an oblong shape, one end Mautly sharp
ened, and perfectly tkU Vrnt MaaJu are sboat
one-half tbe length of tbe finished pen.
The blank is next transferred to the sawing
machine, by which tbe point is cat down to re
ceive the iridium necessary to give tbe reqeireti
hardness. The iridium, with a small piece of gold,
is then pieced on the point, and kept in place by
a strong solution of borax. It is stibjeeratf-to
the action of tbe flame directly upon tbe point.
Tbe beat of the fire soon melts the piece of goM,
and the iridium is soldered to the pen. Tbe btnek
has now but little the appearance of gold, being of
a decidedly coppery hoe. Tbis is soon set right
by dropping it into cJitorohydrie or muriatic acid.
the color being thus restored. The blank is now
passed through steel rollers, so censraeted as net )ft
to touch tbe point but to condense and lengthen
tire rest of tbe pen. It is snriber hardened by
hammering, I has prodeeiBg tbe spring so nmdh
like that of a quill.
Tbe next process, catting the yank to Use
shape of a pan, is done by a die in. a press siou
lar to the first mentioned. It is then stamped
with tbe maker's name, this being the last per
formed on it while Sat. It is now bent in a pecu
liarly constructed die, and the iridium is cct
through by means of emery on a very thin cop
per wheel rannlne; with great vwlceity ; tata starts
the slit, which is then extended by means of an
other machine. The skies of the slit are sow
polished by a thin iron wheel with emery, thus
making tbe sides smooth, preventing them from
catching on each other.
The outside of the points are now grossd to
tbe desired shape with emery apon a soft copper
wheel with a Oat scrfaee, and tbe pen is ready
for what is technically called "stoning.' This
operation is performed by robbing tbe metal with
what is called See toll stone, wbieb gives a sraoota.
surface aad renders toe mtk for thjioer
much lees. '
It then goes to tbe potber, who jlSpewlw&l
and rotten stone gives it tbe bright w swooth
appearance so noticeable in alt new peas. The
inside of the nibs are made slightly roogh in or
der to cause tbem to bold more ink than they
otherwise woold ; tbe point of tba pea are
ground perfectly smooth and even by ami of
emery on copper, and tbe pen is ttoisbed and
ready for use. Exchange.
Ilw V,A0.rs 9sU VoiAOt "Sturdy old Ben
Wade" seems to have stood tbe voyage to San
Domingo very well. According to all aeeoants,
bis stomach was anchstatbetl daring the whoie
trip. He mast have improved, in a sea-sanng
sense, since 166. Do ring the sumsMar of tbat
year he took a voyage down the coast to visit
tbs abu'sh aad improve his health, bat before be
had lost sight of Sandy Hook, however, be began
to experieuee the names tin; horrors of tbe briny
deep. Next morning, a friend called at bis state
room to enqeire how be was enjoying Mmief.
" Enjoying bell r growled tbe venerable states
man. "Is thi3 what yon call a pleaiere trip?
Tbe next time I want ose like it. If! stay at
home and lake a dese of ipecac" Daring tbe
same voyage, on a windy afternoon, a hdjr of tba
party, happening to lose her veil overboard, rash-
ed to Mr. Wade with tbe story of ber trouble.
She was astonished to find tbat the only coosois
tion that he was able to give, was to advise ber
to "bang on to ber teeth and hair, or the woowi
go next" Sbe however, atlribeled this -inn t of
gallantry to tbe pangs of unalterable agoey which
sturdy Ben was raSerieg jast then. We are gfctd
to know that he wasn't EufTerrog this time. It
rradeitmncfrmnre prSosant, not oety-for Mr.
Wade himself, but- fer these who aeeempnied
him. Chicago XepulSearu t
The Pope's present reiHsmW from wWefe bis
Holiness does, not eaterge in these isj con
tains npward3 of one ttoesaud two hundred
rooms, a chapel S3 large as an ordinary sized
church, with an abundance of courtyard jurroand.