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AS INDEPENDENT PAPEE,
BY HENRY M . WHITNEY,
Every tVcilncaitlnj- morning:.
AT SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
ForetffnSnbftcrltrcrit $8.00 to 310.00.
Office In the new Post Office Building
Merchant Street, Honolulu, IL L
The Majesty or Foliar.
"Fifled!" Ah I that word dontauy a Ule ttofold
Ship half completed, carelm ud adrift;
A book began, jieUtd tonrt ind mos.d;
lUllroVd project!, marble tewn ud left ;
A hjmo part written, then tba pen laid hjz
O'er all time wrecki tbe lood world langbt with f&eer;
But he who fella hearr a fr deeper sigh
Torwhat to their dot! tet djiiotappr.-
Tbejee la that white block ewljr rough etone;
Jn that Incipient Terse unmeaning lines ;
De iee bla lost Ideal, crashed, alone.
The Don-falfiUment of hii aim he pinea.
lie failed became he eaw far grander thTnci j i
In TbloB than hi earthly hand could rear;
lie failed hecaaae his dream ovUtretched her wlngt.
And left behind attainment In despair.
Some being content itreet-organ tnnea to GTind,
rieaainc the gaplaf crowd, iuraooth, succeed ;
Far better mate before the auattalned,
Fnnainj a till, atfll iee the coal recede.
Katber than pander to the mnltitude,
Spirit be brarej acorn ceniare, dare to fail.
Upon tbe VTeitern frontier wild and rnde,
Tbree ahanUea d altered In eome prairie rale,
Stranger, Judge na by what we aim to be."
Judge men bj aim! let purpvm far. outweigh t
Chance deed, that may not with' the Intent agree,-
TTbeo lyrea are bathed, men acorn the ha!f-enng lay;
The grand on writ ten hymn no mortal eee.
Let other bend to take the rabblee baya,
Recelre the homage of the passing hoar,
Thy glory waits, reserved fjr coming days;
Through preeent filnr reach thy future power,
Shanks should tnte leg bail.
Guilt frames Prison windows.
Xalore'a tailoring 'A. potato'patch.
A fust friend The eleclric telegraph.
A table of .Interest is the dinning.uble.:
Leading article A blind man's poodle.
The Teetotaler's "Grog Animal Gplrits and
When ii a baby not a babyt When it's a tea
thing. -K- . 15 ' ' " f
An Oyster leads a placid life nntil be gets into
i.te?-HOC' t v r. v
A Laboring Bark An Esquimaux dog (in a
A goat is a good milker, bat succeeds better as
"What is invariably the beginning of love? The
lettcr-L" , ' '
A well-dressed dog. wears svcoUar and pants in
Can "anyihicg -that is baleful be a blessing?
Tes ; a bale of cotton. !
Why is a recruiting sergeant like the wind !
Because he blows where he listeth.
New 'Boots' " How to Dress on a Hundred"
Dollars a Yearas a Lady." By a Lady.
In press.-'shortly to be published, uniform with
the above, " How to Dress on Nothing a Yearns
a Caflre." By a Caffre.
" Husband, where shall I get ticking for our
new feather bed I" " Any place where yon can
get the tick."
Another paper bas felt itself called upon to cor
rect an error of the types. It says : " For one of
the worst of men, read one of the wisest."
A Cincinnati man bought his wife 2,000 papers
of pins tbe other day. He said he'd stop her jaw
ing about pins if it took his bouse and lot.
The excuse of a yonng lady to her minister,
wbo caught her napping, was, " Don't you think
ladies bad better be fast asleep tbanat awake."
The Legislature or a Western State, prior to
final adjournment, recently passed a resolution
thanking tho chaplain for the brevity of his
A man who rode in tbe same railway carriage
with a bridal couple fifty miles, heard her call
him, " dear Charles" just fire hundred and eigh
Epitaph on a Locomotive Collisions four or
five she bore; the signals were in vain; giown
old and rusted, her boiler bn'sted, and smashed
the excursion train.
" Father, are there any boys in Parliament I"
" Xo, my son ; why do you ask that question I"
"Because the paper said the members kicked Mr.
Brown's BUI out of the house."
I clasped her tiny hand in mine ; I vowed to
shield her from the wind and from the world's
cold storm. She set her beauteous eyes on me,
and with her little lips she said, " An umbrella
will do as well."
A charitable Cincinnati man keeps a pair of
dogs chained to his front door, so that poor peo
ple who stop to get , " a bite" can be accommo
dated without taking the trouble to go into tbe
A Correspondent wants to know who wrote the
poem commencing 44 Onr country's lyres are
mute." We do not know, but that lice suggests
the thought that if our country's liars were also
mute, it would bo a consummation most devoutly
to be wished.
Awhile ago a farmer in the Highlands lost
his wife, and out of love for her memory called his
estate " Glenmary." A neighbor having met with
the same affliction, and equally desirous of keep
ing before him the image of his dear departed,
followed bis example, and his farm is known by
the name of " Glenbetty."
There don't seem to bo any rnsh to hear Mr.
Belltw, tbe handsome Englishman with the white
la'r. He reads pretty well, bat then reading
isn't popular here. It isn't fish, flesh nor fowl
Dickens drew wonderfully because be was Dick
ens and a dramatist to boot. Bat Mr. Bellow
Isnt either. He stands for nothing. He has
nothing to say. ' Oar people don't care "for men
who are merely quotations.
" You hev heern, gentlemen of the jury," said
an eloquent advocate "you her heera tbe wit
ness swar he saw the prisoner raise his gun ; you
hsvteern him swar he saw the flash and heerd
the report ; yon her heern him swar he dug the
ballet out with his jackknife, and you her seen
"the ballet produced in court; but whar, gentle
men, whir, I ask you, is tbe man who eaw that
bullet hit that dog!"
Useful Hint. How to make a mustard plaster:
Uea no water wnatever, bat mix the mustard
with the white of an egg, and the result will be
a plaster that will draw perfectly, but will not
prodaee a blister even upon the skin of aninfant,
no matter how long it is allowed to remain upon
toe parr. Bo says an exchange.
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A WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS,
VOL. X,NO. 2.
HONOLULU, WEDINTESDAY, JANUAEY 14, 1874.
i WHOLE NO. 470.
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Circuit Court, Second Judicial Circuit'
December Term, 1S73.
Present on tbe Bench Joftictl Him well 'anil
FoRxisncE. The Attorney-General for the Crown.
The King Tf. Pneo and Koke Appeal from Dis
trict Jnstice, WailoVn. Practicing medicine without
'a lieente. Verdict not' guilty, .-one jaror dissenting.
J..A. Kahakn'tnd G..B. Kaltantane for defendants
The King ts. Kabannaele Appeal from Police Jus
tice, Lahaina. Disorderly person. AV7e prosequi.
The King ts. tViliama Appeal from Police Jnstice,
Lahaiaa. Having sexual intercourse with a female
under 14 years of -age. Verdict not guilty. Aholo
and Kalaankane for defendant.
The King vs. Freeman Appeal from Local Circuit
Jndge. Adnltery. Verdict guilty, nnanimons. Sen
teneed to pay a fine of 410 and ilUS costs. 0. B.
Kalaaukane for defendant.
. The King Ti. KamaVoln, w. Appeal from District
Justice, Makawao. Selling and furnishing intoxicat
ing drink to uatires. Verdict not guilty, two jurors
dissenting. 0. B. Kalaaukane for defendant.
The King ts. Ku, k: Appeal from District Justice,
TCailuku. Selling and furnishing Intoxicating drink
to natives. Verdict not guilty. J. A. Nahaku for
. defendant. . - ' ; "
The King vs. Kahoopii and Luka Appeal from
District Justice, Wailnku. Adultery. Verdict guilty,
unanimous. Kahoopii sentenced to S months' im
prisonment afhard labor and to pay a fine of $50 and
S29.&0 costs. Luka, w. sentenced to pay a no of
$30 and $9.50 costs.
The King-vs: Poosnng.'(pake) Committed by Dis
trict Justice, Ilonnaula. Assault and battery, arm
ed with a dangerous weapon. Verdict guilty, nnani
mons. Sentenced to 2 years' imprisonment at hard
labor and to pay a fine of $1. . Preston for defend
ant. Th'e King vs. Aiana, pake) Committed by Police
Justice, Lahaina. Perjury. Verdict guilty, two
jurors dissenting. Sentenced to 5 years' imprison
ment at hard labor. L. Aholo Tor defendant.
The King vs. Aniau, (pake) Committed by Police
Justice. Lahaina. Perjury. Verdict guilty, two jur
ors dissenting. Sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment
at hard labor. L. Aholo for1 defendant.
TheKing vs. Ahoon, (pake) Committed by Dis
trict Justice, Wailukn. Manslaughter. Pleaded
guilty to manslaughter in third degree. Sentenced
to pay a fine of $100.- W. C. Jonea and E.-Preston
The King ts. Apo, (pake) Appeal from District
Justice, ilakawao. Having sexual intercourse with
a girl under 11 years of age. Verdict guilty, three
jurors dissenting.. Sentenced to 1 year's imprison
ment at bard labor, and to pay $31.45 costs. .
Preston for defendant.
The King ts. Mania Committed by District Jns
tice, Makawao. Assault and battery. Jt'ollc prvte-out.
The King vs. Kaknhihew aliai r Jfrn Crow; Kaboo-
piilolo and Pnniai Committed by District Justice,
IVailukn.- Itobbery and assault. Verdict of guilty
against Kaknhihewa and Kaboopiilolo, and not guilty
t against Pnniai. Kaknhihewa sentenced to 10.years,
and Kahooplilolo to '4 years' imprisonment at bard
labor. Kalaaukane and Xahaku for defendants.
The King ts. lloomana Committed by District
Justice, Makawao.- Assault wilh -a weapon.- JVoKe
Akonaliilii vs. T. H. Hobron Appeal from Local
Circuit Judge. Trover. Continued from 'last term.
Jury waived. Verdict for defendant. E. Preston
for plaintiff ; W. C. Jones for defendant,
II. CornweU ts. Keiloha Appeal from District
Justice, Wailuku. Desertion of contract service,
Jury waived. Verdict for defendant. W. C. Jones
for plaintifi"; J. A. Nahaku for defendant.
llopnkahi ts. Kekua Appeal from Local Circuit
Judge. Trover. Continued nntil next term.
Kahoohanohano vs. Kaipo Appeal from District
Justice, Makawao. Assumpsit. Verdict for defend
ant. Nahakn and Kalaaukane for plaintiff; .
Preston and L. Abolo for defendant.
T. Mossman and Sons. Hakalaan and Ioome Ka
nakaole Assumpsit. Defendant confessed judgment
for the amount claimed. J. D. Harekost for plain
tin"; L. Aholo for defendant.
Paalea vs. IV. II. Kaauwal & Co Appeal from
Local Circuit Judge. Trorer. Appeal dismissed.
IT. CJones for plaintiu" ; Kalaankanefordefendants.
Kawailiilii ts. II. Knihelani Ejectment. Withdrawn.
Paahao vs. Kubelemai Libel for divorce. Decree
refused. L. Keliipio for libellant.
John Wagner vs. M. Wagner Libel for divorcs,
Conditional decree granted. E. Preston and J. D.
Bavekost for defendant.
In the matter of tbe Estate of Kaleleiki, k Con
tinued from last term. Appeal from Local Circuit
Judge. Continued till next term.
In the matter of the Estate of Kamanu Sent
from Supreme Court. Fcr division of property. De
cree in favor of Kaweln and Inahaba.
In the matter of the Will of Pnohala Appeal from
Local Circuit Judge. Continued until next term.
In tbe matter of the Will of Ilikiau. Appeal from
Local Circuit Judge. Will admitted to probate,
In the matter of the Estate of Kalaipaihala Ap
peal from Local Circuit Jndge. Continued from last
term. Continned till next term.
IVILUKK & CO.,
Successors to Cowittt a Co., Corner Fort and Queen streets.
Lumber, Faints, Oil, Nails, Salt and Building
(430-it) Materials, of every Mnd.
A. W. PEIECE & CO.,
(Successors to C. L. Riciuans 4 Co.,)
Ship Chandlers aad General Commission Herchants-
Also Acfnts for the Puuloa Salt Works.
4S3 Uonolola. UawailED Islands. lj
JOII." II. PATY,
Notary Pnllic and Commissioner of Deedi
For the tftU of CaKCorul. OffiM at the Bank of Blsbcp
Co., Kaahumann fctrat. uonplnln. ipg-ly
T1IEO. II. DA.TIES,
LiTX JlHlox, OxCEX J: Co.)
IMPOETEE AND COMMISSION HZECHANT.
asn agist roa
LloriTs and the UreriKiol Underwriters.
British and Foreign Marios Insurance Company, and
iioruiern Assurance uompaoy. I4u-iy
IVasbinsrton Itleat niai-kct.
Next door to Lore's Steam Bakery, Xunann Street, nonolclu,
F. W. DUNNE, raoruxiox.
Beef, Knttea aad Teal of tho .Best Quality,
Also, Salt Fork, Salt Beef, Soperior Fork Sausages, always
on hand and sold at the Lowest Msrket Prices.
69 ' Meats delirered to all parts of tbe at j.
1V(I.L.IA31 II. DAVIS,
Conveyancer, Translator, Collector, and
WI3 be round at the LAW OFFICE OF Sr. avdrrard
lrcalon. Attorney at Law. on XercMant slrttt, below
Lewers A lackson'a Lumber Yard, between Fort and Ala-
kea streets, Honolulu. seo om
TIIOS. G. THRUM'S
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
-and Circulating Library,
DJUerchant Street, Honolulu. Also Stencil Cutting. En-
graTiog. Caligrapny ana Ccrjlng, promptly execotea on
rvasoaaoie kiim. j
IKPOETEES, AND VHOLESALE DEALEES
r la..ltav TTntai fatnai TLnntsi flYtn-m anrl
Tery Tirity of Gentlemea! PaniUl.Uis Govdi. nowi
C. JBEEWEE & CO.,
AFOJiG & AC1IUCK.
Importers! Wboltsalo and Betail Dealers in
And China Oooda.'in theFire-nroof Store cn Knnana Street.
under the Public nail. 460-ly
a. w. jenn. a. w. iagtk.
JIIDD &. LAWE.
GB0CEBIES AND PB0VISI0N DEALEES,,
Family Grocery an Feed Store,
4301y S9 Fort Street. Honolulu-
THOMAS LAC K,
Successor to John XeilL.
Machinist. Lock and. Cun Smith
Sawloir Macblnea renalrsd: Dealer In Snorttnr floods
Acentfortlis Celebrated FLORENCE SEW1NU AtACIIINES.
40. Fort Street. Honolulu. II. I. . 430-ly
IiUALOIIA i rAKEE,
House, Ship and' Sign Painting!
narioc opened their abopou tits abore street, are prepared
to do all manoer of work in their line of business. Cliarcea
reasonable, and all. work dons with neatness and dispatch.
II. UACUFELD & CO.,
GENEBAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Oueen Street, Honolulu, n. I. f8-lyl
i:. o. iiACiL. & soy.
IMPOETEES AND DEALEES IN HAEDWAEE,
Dry Goods, Faiotj, Oils and General Merchandise,
4iS-ly CornerFortaud KingSts.
DILLirVGIIAM &. CO.,
IMPOETEES AND DEALEES IN HAEDWAEE,
Catlery. Dry Goods. Paints aqd Oils, and General Mer
chandise, So. 85, King Street, Honolulu. (4-ly
a. s. exxonoas, j-ro. a. exithixs.
A. S. CLEGHORA &. Co..
ixroarxas.Axn nratxas jtr
Goxaorol MorcTi fin rHwo,
Corner Queen and Eaahumaon Streets,
4IS ly) Xnuann St.. and corner Fort and Hotel Sis.
im. o. s. cn.ti.tiiAGs,
HOMEOPATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
427 HONOXYLTXTJ, H.X. . tly
IIO.OLUI.II SOAP M'ORKrj,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor of the above Works Is prepared to supolv bis
customers, and the public in 'general, with the best qoality
Yellow Soap. Soft Soap alvraya on ltantl.
The ITiyhttt IVice raidforSoap Grnte. 460 lr
i. r. EHLrns. a.-jacgeb.
II. F. EIILERS Sc CO.,
DEALEES IN DEY GOODS AND GENEBAL
rire-proofStoreonFortSt,. above Odd Fellow, nail. (451-ly
lIt. .HO XT SMITH,
Hariog resumed practice, can ,be Jound at his rooms orer
E Strehz a Co.s Drug Store, corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
TIIEO. IT. OUIalCK,
Wishes to call tbe attention of the poblle to his new Dental
r.oonis, orer Dr. StangenwaltTs Omce, corner of Fort aod
Merchant atrecta. il Cm
CIIAS. T. GVLICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments for labor
417 Interior- Officr, Honolulu. ly
c. a. lswers. j. a. picxso.t
LE1VT.RN &, DICKSOIV,
IMPOETEES AND DEALEES IN LUMBER,
And all kinds of Building Materials, Fort Street, Honolulu,
JtOILA T. WATERMIOITSE,
IMP0BTEE AND DEALEB IN GENERAL
Queen Street, Honolulu, n. I. 2 ly
HOL.LF.S & CO.,
Ship Chandlers aad Commission Merchants.
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise, Queen Street,
lionomm, uawaiian isianas.
Aeents for the EaunakaVal. Moanalua. and Kakaalo
fait norKs. 440 ly
Corner of Hotel and Fort Streets.
rrtirE nioKxvr ai best op ai.es,
jb virJ3 and hrilin always to no sound at tne uar.
nccoi,GAiv & Joicvso?r,
Fort st, Honolulu, opposite T. C. neuck'a. ly
31. S. GKI BAUM &. CO.,
IMPOETEES AND WHOLESALE DEALEES
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes and
every rariety of Gentlemen's superior Furnishing Goods.
Store in Makee's Block Queen Street, Honolulu, 11. I.
IV. 1.. GREES,
GENEBAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BBOKEB,
Office, In Fire-proof Buildings. Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. f435-ly
C. S. BAETOAV, Auctioneer,
Salesroom on Queen Street, one door from Kaahumsnu
J. II. THOMPSON,
Fort Street (Esplande), Honolulu,
II u ctmiUntlj- on hand nd for i< at the Loweit Mket
men, ft cooa mssorrmeni 01 iu itcnDtMi iur iron, ana
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM EJfGllYES. Sairr Mlllf
Hollers. Coolcn, Ircrn.Brxaj and LeadCuUni.
Machinery of Every Description,
Jf- Mue to Order.
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacks mi tiling
jUS- JOB WORK executed on the iborteit notice. 4W-ly
MAHTJT ACTUEER. IHtPOKTEE AND DEALEB
In Fomltnre of ererj description. FurnitnreWare-Roomion
Fort Street , opposite uiiavae'i I'liotoerspu utuiery, n ort
hon x the old itsnd oo Hotel Street, near Fort.
G. SKGELKO &. Co.,
TUT. ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IB05 WO REXES,
lTuuatiu Street, between Merchant and Queen
Hare eoniUntlj on head. EtoTeeripe , G&Iranlied
r: nt.t. tTu. r:i,i.. c . 1. t.ji.
JL1UU i lire. M. UHU SIUU UVOV IHUVI'IVirWdilOUi!
gl Robber llM-et S-pIy, in lengths of 25 and SO
njlLfft,witbcoupllDgf and pipe complete. Batb-Tnbc.
andalsoa rery largeitoctof Tinware of eTerj de
scription. Particnltratteotlon glTen to Shlp-Worlc. Ordenfrom the
other Islandj Trill be carefallj- attended to.
Tbantfal to the CitUeni of Honolala tnd the Iil&ndj
generally for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by
itnci attention to boiinecs to merit tbe same tor toe intore
S. H CXSTX.C.
J. S. ATHEET03.
J. F. COOKE'
( C X. T. CiSTXB,
It. c joxx,.ja.
I 3. i- BBnmt. )
SHIPPINGS COMMISSION MERCHANTS!
s ' " Eonolnln, Kavraiiin IiUadi. 17
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Cosonission Merchants,
Dealers in General 3Iercliandise,
Ko. 60 Kinc 2 tieet, nonolola, Hawaiian Jalasda.
The Union Tmoranee Company efTSan Franeiseo.
The New England Matnal Lifelmarance Co.v Boston.
TheOregu Packet Line,
Pr. Jarne k Son's Celebrated
TrheelerA Wllso-f Sewint?
The Eohala Plantation,
Tbe Oalkn FlanUUon.
W. n. Bailey's PUaUUoc,
South Kona PlantaUea.
I). II. HITCHCOCK.
INTo -t ry I ti To 1 ic,
nilo, Hawaii. 4-ly
ED. H0FFS CHEAEGEE & CO.,
mPOETEES AND COMMISSION KEBCHANTS,
llonolnlu. Oaha.11. I. f41yl
E. I. ADAMS.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Queen Street, llonolnlu, If. I. 14IHyJ
THIS AClKJiT FOR TUB BRITISH For
elrn 31arine Insurance Coturany. (Limited), has re-
ceiTed- Instructions to reduce the rates ol Insurance
tetween Honolulu and Torts In tne racine, and Is now pre.
bared lolsloe. Policies 'st tbe iXotocj! JZaics,.wlth aspecial
reduction on freight per Steamers. "
liLnu. 11. uaiia?,
eo-ly Jsmt Br. Tbr. Mar. Int. Cb. (LimittJ.
HI. T. lOAIEI,I..
CABINET MAKER AND TTPH0 LSTEEEB
Klnc Street. Ilonoiulu. opnoelteJLewfi' Conner Shon. TTllt
buy and sail second-band Furnitore. ly
F. A. SCnAEPUtti A; CO.,
Importers and Commlslop Merchants
U Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. ly
'riii:oi. c iieuck,
IMP0ETEE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
7 Ilonololo, II. I. ly'
1. . WALKER. a. c. ALLIX.
WALKER & AUiEK,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Queen Street, Honolulu, IX. I.
Agents for the Hawaiian 'Packet Use.
PrlnceTlllerianUticn, 1 Snencerls riantation,
Onomea Plantation, Naalebn Plantation,
Imperial Fire Insnraace Company, London.
Merchants' Mutual Marine Insurance Co., SanTrandsco.
Northwestern Mutual Life Inurancs Oo.
Schrs Fairy Queen. AcUre and Mary Ellen. tiKMr
ALLEIV & CHlLLinGlVOlCTII,
VTill continue theOeneralMerchandise and Ehippinjt business
at the abore port, where they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated KewaSiae Potatoes, and such other lte
emits as are required by whaleshlps, at tbe shortest notice
and on the most reasotable terms. Firewood always on
No83. OSfciePlaoetKIng St.
Trunk Work or all kinds.
And General Repairing.. done with neatness and dls
ratcb'. 51 ly B., WHITMAN.
SSZCOOPER & GAUGER,iS
At the Old Stand, corner King and Bethel Streets.
Would Inform Planters, Agents and others that. In addi
tion to his former large Stoclcof .Tierces, Barrels and Casks,
by the arrfralof the shlpCorlnga, from Sot ton. be has recelred
3180 Bbl. Sliooki and Containers,
Of a mperior quality, which will be sold reasonable in Iota to
He hoper by attention to business to merit a continu
ance or tne patrooege wblcn he bus heretofore enjoyed
ana tor wmcn ne now returns nts munRs. 3d om
BISHOP & CO.
DB j3l 3ST :
33 3fL S ,
IIOXOLTJl.tr, t t HAWAIIAN ISJjAXDS,
naiw xxcoasok ox
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : : SAN FRANCISCO,
-A3TO THZIE A01XTS 15
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, : : : : LONDON.
- ASK THEIR BKAVCHXS IS .
And transact a General Banking Business. 7ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
nniTE FBOPRIETOR TVII.T. SPARE TfO
JL pains to make Uus
33 Xa 33 Gr HOTEL
First-Class in Every Particular !
ROOHS CAN BE HAD BY THE WEEK OR NIGHT,
with or without board.
Hall and "Large Rooms to "Let for ;PnbIle
53 3IellngH or Sorletle-s. lr
SUGAll & MOLASSES.
EW CE0P NOW COMING IN. FOE SALE
in quantities to snit'pnrehasers, br
59m C. BREWER A CO., Aeents
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION.
iIIOICE SUGARS Crop or 1873 now coming
3m CBBHWEKiCO., Arents.
Ifctr Crop of Snz;ar t ITIolngc
I OW COJIINQ IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
a.h titles to suit purchasers by
459m C. BREWER A CO., Arents,
UGAR NOW COMING IN and for sale
in quantities to suit purchasers by
3-3m AFONG 4 ACIIUCK.
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
-"iAMPBELIj Ac TURTON. FronrictOTa
Crop,of Sugar of superior quality, now coming
in ana lor sale in quantities to suit Dy
459-3m II. IIACKFELD A CO,
Thomas Spencer Plantation,
IIILO, II. I.
Sncar nntl Uolnmsesi Crop 1873.
splROP NOW COMING IN, and for sale
J in quantities to suit purchasers, by
8-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
gsiar and 71oIaiics Crop 1873
DOMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
y to smtpnrcnasers, by
iSim WALKER A ALLEN, Agents,
Snsrar and loljiftsest Crop 1873
pOMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
Vy to suit purchasers, by
i8-?m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
OP SAN FBANCIBCO,
FX KB AXVX MA&IliI,
Caab Capital, Wold, 9300,000,
By writing; small Uses on c&refojly selected risii,
well dlitribnted, offers
ISDlEMNlTi: SECOND TO WOIE.
Losses Promptly Adjustod.
BISHOP & CO.,
A293ni Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.'
Boston Board or Underwriters.
. CENTS ror tbe Hawaiian Islands,
a. H; C. BRK1YEK CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
a OEMS tor tbe Hawaiian Islands,
C. IiRBWKH k CO.
fTUIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
S1 'abors Comnanr. bare been antnorised to losare rlsa
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, rrom Hone
to all ports of the vorU, and vies Terss. ire0
4-ly 11. llAv;tvse.lcci.
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
,403 rront Rtrex't, corner or Clay,
SAX FRANCIS CO.
SCT"lrltei3sjattenaornaidtgOjnals;nmenta of Island
Froduce. us ly
rinst a. vtutins. hist r ltAscnAan. cnAS-ts. aeaoasi
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
a 218 California. Street, San Eraselsea. ly
C. D. MORRISON & CO.,
STAR LINE PACIFIC PACKETS
No. 3 Spear Street;
llarlne some thirty Vessels In their
line, can alnmys furnish tbe aame on Char
ter ror all points. Foreign or Coasrsrtsev
Ordofs for Charters Solicited.
J. M cCracken & Co.
Crawford A Harrington..
MTV&ufJ'Cr&, ae prtfaM tor ssscjaisipy-ssr
alleged a SHsceant tresa tee. rataa. siMsfc are esc trssasisat
adTirtlseaeats, h or eearrH uvasiiasty.
N. BV AB fnrrlfa sJiulassassato ansa Ws i israi'ssslll
with lis pay. MTtsrt to. er u 1 1 nWW taAsw W
tbsrn.- Tsrseel)s are sliet, tm mm an scat, saaat
rtesJttaaers fbr sjsertlswssau r
la postaga stssasal W f era
F. A. SCIIAEFEK, ""B
AGENT of Bremen Doanl or Underorrltrs,
Agent of Presilen Board of Underwriters,
Agent of ienna Board of Underwriters.
Clsluis against Insurance Companies within tbe Jurisdiction
or tne sdoto uoarus ol unuerwrners, win nare to oe rem
fled to by the abors arent ttf msfce them Tslld. jl-ly
THE UNDKItSIGKED, AGENTS of tbe
aboTs ComDanT. bars been tutborlzed to insure risks
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, by Coaatera,
rom Honolulu so ail ports oi sue uawauaa uruup, ana. sice
C-ly II. IIACKFELD CO.
rpOOKS & STATIONERY
The Basis of Our Business.
FIRST To MannfaetnrC all such Boohs and Sta
tionery as can be done here as well as elsewhere, and
thereby directly benefit our customers and ourselves.
SECOJID To Dlir and. Sell Books and Station
cry so ss to make U to tbe interest of dealers and consum
ers to come to ns in preference to sending East.
AXsT We manufacture and import erery description of Sta
tionery, carrying large stocks of Taper. Enrelopes and Blaak
Books of onr own manufacture. Inka, Elates, etc
sT Oisr, 1,W0 rarietles of, Blsak forms kept in Stock.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
430-ly San Francisco, Cat.
riEE INSUEANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED having been ap
pointed Agents of the abore Company, are prepared
lo insure risks against fire, on Stone and Uriels. Uuilil
Inga, and on Merctiandtae stored therein, uo the
most favorable tcrms For particulars sprly at the office ol
F. A. 8CliAErKIt 1 CO.
N OE 1H BRITISH. AND MEECAHTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
Accumulated autd Invested Fund, 3,838,118
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP
POINTED AQKMS for the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Vire upon favorable terms.
Kisks takenln any part of tbelslandson Wooden Buildings
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling ileuses and Fnrn,
ture, iimuer. uvais. snips in nsrnor wun or wnnoni cargoi
or under repair. liUlyJ 'ED. IIOrrSCaLAEOER A CO.es
Eligible Building Lots
Elf I ITT LOTS Or LAND, LOCATED OXlSja
KAHDA or WAIKIKI rL.IK,dlreeUyraakalrjH
or west of the land lately fenced in by Mr. James 8.-X
Lemon, and opposite the residence of J. A. llasslnger, Esq,
lots Nos. 180, 181, 212, 213,
214, 215, 257, 258,
On tbe Government Survey, and belonging to the Estate
of the Late 31. P. Whltaejr- The land extends rrom King
street to Berebwla, along HIkol street, VrltU a frontage on
King street of 243 feet, and 00 feet on Berctanla, and con
tains about 3600 fathoms, or orer three acres. Foot of
them aro corner lota.' They will be disposed of In two
parcels of Four Lots each, or In single lots, as may salt par
chasers. For building purposes no better sites are now In
the market, and Improvements are constantly being made
In the vicinity. The Title Is Royal Patent. Terms easy.
Fbr further particulars Inquire of ts. B. DOLE,
4SMm Or IL IT. WHITNEY.
j ,..!3s5;'5' srs
cb shafts it
S5 CJ?o? ei
r i-i t tilr ee .
&3 U 3 -
cb c .a .
.S 1 II I
c s n it
ess. a ss, l
California Saloon, Pilot Bread,
4ND CRACKER) A QEXERAL ASEOItTMEKT.
Also, A Few Cases JIfillnin, In Small Cakes,
Suitable for the Itetad Trade. For Sale by
412 E0LLE3 & CO
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
DACKKD nr ii. hertleman, and'
. WAIUtAJSTKIX iorfiaieoy
IM BOIXES t CO.
Star Copper Paint,
r4i:i B0LLE3 & CO.
TN GALLON AND HALF GALLON CANft
JL l or Sale by
IN HALF AND OR. KARREIJs.-
f orEssie oy 11 uvju-r- or w.
puaLisn iron-stock Aircnons-wEioHT
JLLi from 100 lbs. to 4000 lbs. for sale by
6 BOLLES A CO,
Assorted Bites. For sala bj
rjEMP AND MANILLA COKDAQE,
ES D. C. MUHBAT.
CHOICE NEW PRINTS!
Dark Blue Blankets,
T1TEO. IT. DAVXrS.
ESTATE OF F9. LTALL. fA BRITISH
subject) deceased. The undersigned, administrator,
reonesta an creditors of the abore estate to present their
rlalms to him for settlement ; and requests that an persons
indebted ta the estate will make Immediate payment
THEO. H. DA VIES,
H. B- M's. Acting Commlsalooer and Consul Oenersl,
Adnalnlxtrator to the Frf
nonotma, Dec s, un. tst at
B0LLES A CO.
Polar and Sperm Oil,
F QUANTITIES TO SUlT-ForSaleby
442 BOIXES ct CO.
SIZES FROM 5-8 TO 1 5-8 INCIT. SMALL
Chain In quantities to suit. For sale by
6 BOLLES i CO.
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN BBLS AND HP. BBLS.
WilmSnrton Pitch in bbls. For sale bj
i BOLLES A CO.
ASSORTED 8IZES, PUT UP IN1 CARTOONS,
and warranted the genuine article,
lor sale by (S) BOLLES A CO.
WORM-LINE, HOrjSELINE, BEIZISO, MAR
LINE, Ac. Foetal, by
C ' i BOLLES A CO,
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c
FurnLvhctl 'io Order.
JgJXTItAS. Tncsclays mntl Th urUay--TaJ,
(Unless otherwise ordered.)
The Proprietor baring erected a neat and commodious
VEGETABLE, FRUIT ABD POULTRY BARKET,
Adjoining the' Family Meat Market, will be prepared to
promptly and satisfactorily fill orders for everything re
quisite to furnish the table with, all the SiabstanUals and
lllcaries the country affords.
car Shipping sapplleJ on Short Xotlc.-sa
Heats, Ac, delivered to ill parts of the city wit hoot ex
tra charge. C IL BOYD.
Honolalo, October S3, 4M Im
the present engaged the
serrloesof Mr. T1IOMAS
"JL PARKE, a Carriage
Painter whose work has been for several years before th
poblle, and which for fineness and durability baa never
been excelled In this place, we are prepared to execute aa
orders In the line of
Carriage Painting in a Superior Manner
We do not wish to boast, yet we have no hesita
tion In saying that we can do as floe and as durable a Job of
AS CAN BE DONE IN HONOLULU,
Ontalde of Onr Own Establishment.
All persons having good Carriages that reqnlr Painting:
or Vamtehlng, will do well to give na a. call.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CARRIAGE REPAIRING
In every branch.
Prices to Suit tbe Tlmrn.
ttV A First-class Carriage Fainter is engaged for onr
business, and Is expected from San Frandsro per December
459 tm 74 and 76 King 8treeL Honolulu.
BOLLES Ac CO.,
No. 34 Quoon Stroot,
AVE FOR SALE,
Hemp and Manila Cordage, all sises.
Patent and Plain Bush Blocks, all sises.
Anchors and Chain Cables, assorted sizes.
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Twine.
Whale and Sperm Oil
Paints and Paint OU,
And a General Assortment of
Groceries and Ship Stores
fCft- All of which will bo sold at tb lowest possible
Canned Meats, Fruiti and Vegetables.
ATUI.L ASSOItTJIENT OF THE
abore, direct from the packers. For Sale by
it BOLLES A CO.
OK SALE BY
9 BOLLES A CO. -
Oregon Oats and Bran I
For aale bj-
BOLLES A CO.
For sale bj
BOLLES A CO.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT JUST HE
CO. CEIVED direct from China.
A small lot left of the 1-1 lb papers. For Sale bj
439 BOLLES A.CO.
. Tot tale by BOLLES A CO.
gQ CASKS COAL TAP. FOB SALE BY
BOLLES A CO.
STOCKHOLM, IX BBLS. ATHJ HALF BBL8.
American Tar In bbls. Forsale by
0 BOLLES A CO.
RUSSIA DBCrr, HEMP SAlC TWT5E, C0TT0H
Buek, assorted numbers, Cbttna Sail Twins, as
sorted tijtt. For ills by
6 BOLLES A CO.
Regular Packet fer HHrl
THE FIXE FA ST-SAILHrS TA-sHK.-
Will nts rrgilariy tor Bite ani Kxatwakm. hmlsz
about arerj tw. istss. For frtlibt tc fattsisss, ar
inir flrit-elais accanaAass. Sffly t
tS9 3m WALKJEK A ALLXX.-llis.
3T WILX. BCX KSUUU1U.T TO THsTC
.scHPONEir '.maky: illek.
nsrnnr.ict T . , SST" sa W.Uu. mm
,aaalaM. roT.Sres.M wj
For Kohala, Hawaii.
Tlio lSo2x3r. JSa tiir
JX V1U. RrX AS XXHitXAB PAaJstaTT
TFnt-lvT-iTt T Tor rrrtsjat ae s 1 1 ss arsis
4MVna WAJjrjqtA AXUgs.Asg.na.
DISPATCH LIME F0RSM FUJUKWCIl
C. Brewer A. Co. Agenta.
ESBMerch.hi rsesrtsJ II.'. . srs
liberal casai aJraaes assj. sss sSlsani.n UMs 1
BOSTON WD HONOLULU PACKET UK!
C. Brewer fc Co. Agents.
Tsrorsbl. siraastSMata easj s
mad. fbr slorat. aad saiatams of UU. sta.
Mksr MHtbaats. t. sMCanl. aVartasb 3. Tartl anal
otber Eastsrn rorta. AtsT fJssaAdssts. sails.
ea. alwat W jlHsjw
. fes. Ws4, ttkfc. u4
S0YA1 MAIL STEAXSHIPS,
UVERrOOI-, BOSTOX A5B XITW TimiC,
CalUn; at Cork Harbor.
THREE SAILINGS EVET'KT23w.
Bo&r.ia and SsyOiia Btrtfe'roy.
Atyuinl, China, XmOan, Stmmiu.
JLUppo, CVia, Jsfsvosva. S&trU.
AUu, beta, dm, SxMa.
Algtrta, Jims, Jklsstni,
JSatatiJt, Erdar, JirrtAiVs, T sry's.
tUiiSrtj, Jfiitta, JSsuaia, TUfsU.
From Stir Torsi sTsry 'n'eMasIa aant tat
unlay. Krona Boston .TTry aValmsNlay
BATES OF PASSAOS.
Cabin lilts XO.SIOS, .sad 3139 CUM,
Aceonling ts awnjmeJH.
TickeU to Paris, $15 feU adJitioaal. lUtara TatksU
on fa ror able terssx.
Stccratrc, .1 I I I s S3Q CmrTessey.
Stsmjr. tkfcsts to UtsTfaMi ascasMestsaarvm, asal all nssros
of Europe, at krarsaS ralea.
Tor Irrlgat and CaUa rasnfe. as?- at tV. Csasiwr'
OnVv.4 BOTl'njr Oreea. Tus Tlinsts rssisti.slTll ti isi
way, Trinity BafMlas:. 3,w Teefc.
C A3 . O. I aUSCSLTX, fsat. Sr. Tjss.
Nonci to pasensjr fron AswtraUa. ?Trsr tsal.a Cars,
and Japatt.Tbe Caaard Lists aflorcs sjMar Oust asasl asrltv
tles to throach p.sstes.fi frees trsjssrscttc Bswta, tto Sr
nsney of Itasalllns; prMhalne; all pMaiWUty mttUUf a.
York. Good accomaioilaUoni arsmy. rsasrsstt.
w iy c o. riuscsttmr
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Possesses a good assortment of
JOB FEINTING TXPE,
Fell adapted (9 Ike rri4ir
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE!
EITHER iy THIS OS
HOTEL BILLS OF FARE.
Harts j lenj snf7s tii s
of therm bfe ky Usi Imissssii, IleNtsisw
ojporlansty tt rtat mjj j ' yssM lasssa. aatA
rtsreiefay suit a snianw ssf Mm