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THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
AIT IOEPEKDEKT JAPEE,
rmiLisnED
BY HENRY M. WHITNEY,
Ercry VTedncisilaj- Slot-nil.;;,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER ANNUM
Porelsrn Subscribers, $8.00 to 810.00.
Office In the new Post Office Building
Morchant Street, Honolulu, IL L
Xelllnff a. Story,
ST IBEX K. UXTOU.
little B.ne-je ii slfpr,s-
Com ber and be rocked to ileep.
Ttt shall I tell yon, dsrli-K T
The itory of little Bo rT !
Or of the cowi in tit garden.
Or the chDdren who rn swiy 2
2f I'd to be tory teller
Tht iball I tell yen, pre) !
Tell 3ie the bine eyes cpened
Like panties when they blew
JUOftlie baby in themuger.
Tbi little chiM-Christ, you know.,
I like to bear tb-t tory
Tbe best or all yon telL'
And my foor-year-old nettled closer
At tbe twilight enidowi fell.
And I told my darling over
Tb old, old tale ein.
Of tbe baby born In tbe nanctr.
And tbe Christ wbo died for men:
Of tbe great warm heart of Jmbi,
And tbe cblldren whom lie blest,
Jik tbe bloo-eyed boy who listened
As be lay upon my breast.
And I prayed, as my darling slombered,
; Tbst my child 1th eyes to iwoet, 1
Wight learn from his Sat tour's lesson
And sit at tbe Master's feet.
Fny God be may nerer forget It,
Bat at ray i lore to bear
The tender and touchinz story
That now be holds so dear.
ScUcUd.
Variety.
IT! TT 171 TT A 117 A TT A AT n A r717ininriT7l
inrj nin Ailin imjui ish
A WEEKLY JOUMAL, DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PEOGEESS.-
VOIi. X,---ST0. 3.J
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JANUAET 21, 1874.
WHOLE NO. 471.
Mrs. Partington calls them "riding goats,"
and ebe actually sect to the store to buy one (or
tier son Isaac
11c old maxim man proposes" is flatly con
tradicted .by Hnenchusetls spinsters, who only
triih he did. -
Douglas Jerrold, on being asted what was
mean; by dogmatism. answered, " Puppyism come
to maturity."
The dressmakers tre the best supporters to
newspapers they pattern-ize every one that falls
into their hands.
An observer "has noticed that the .men wlo in-,'
ttrropt the end of a play by breaking for the
door always have low foreheads and scrubby hair.
"Kntnre's compensation : A " tremendons fall
of earth" was recently reported from lima. In
England land is becoming dearer, year by year.
"When one Mr. Sparks wa? appointed to a bish
opric a rival candidate consoled himself, with
the reliction " Man is born to trouble as the
sparks fly upward."
Small coal-dealer : " Another penny, my dear.
TheyVeriz. Ah coals is coals now-a-3ays." Little
girl : " I'm glad of that, sir. Mother said the last
lot wera slates." -
A blighted being A.nnt Well, Mabel, don't
cry j if Tifiza it going, you. will have another
nurse. Mabel No, I shall never have another
nurse 111 marry young !
Diogonexe bunted in the da time for an honest
man, with a lantern ; if lie bad lived in these
times he wosld bav needed the hed lite ov a loko-
notiff. Josh Billings.
That period of the year lias arrived when the
eight of a twenty-pound dog drawing a ninety-
pound boy on a thirty-pound sled is quite a com
mon spectable. Ulica Herald.
Do you think, asked Mrs. Pepper, that a little
temper is a bad thing in a women ? Certainly
not, responded her gallant husband, it is a good
thing, and she onght never to lose it.
JL plumber had an Irish lad in his employ, and
one day having occasion for a piece of zinc, or
dered him to get one twelve inches square. Yes,
dr." said Pat, twelve inches square, but how
long?"
John Randolph met a personal enemy in the
street one day who refused to give him half of tbe
sidewalk. savinr that he never turned out for a
rascal. ' I do," says Randolph, stepping aside
and politely raising bis bat. " Pass on."
A. young lady who had coquetted with her beau
until his patience was completely exhausted, and
as be rose to go away, whispered, as she accom
panied him to the door, "I shall be at homo next
Sunday evening." " So shall I," he replied.
JCewly-fledRed B. A. to his college tutor: " I
sir, old fellow, ever since I.matriculated I've
wanted to ask you which tailor made your
clothes." Tutor "Humph ! Fubbins In the
Hi;h." B. A " Much obliged ; IH take doosid
good care that he never makes mine 1" Fun.
An enterprising phrenologist once wrote a note
to Ue late Charles Dickens, asking permission to
make an examination of bis cranium. Dickens
replied Dear Sir At this time I require the
sse of my skull, but as soon as it shall be at leis
ure I will willingly place it at your disposal."
Sarah, duchess of Marlborough, once urging
the duke her husband to take a certain medicine,
cpoke with great enthusiasm, and paid "I'll be
hanged ifit don't prove serviceable." Dr. Garth,
who was present, exclaimed, " Do take it then,
ay lord duke, for it must be of service one way
or the other."
A Nashville man was admiring a young lady's
hair the other evening: " Mis D please give
me one little curl just one, won't you ?" be
pleaded. "Couldn't think of it, Mr.
couldn't think of it for a moment," replied tbe
young lady briskly ; " why, those carls cost me a
dollar apiece."
The wife of a Liverpool butcher has developed
rare talent as a special pleader. Her husband
was recently arrested on a charge of selling veal
which was ucEt for food, and the good lady
promptly explained that it was not for food, " but
that it was going to be made Into real pies and
that she considered it quite good enough for that
purpose."
Tie other day a bricklayer gave his boy two
pence and told him to go and buy a couple of
German sausages. The young rascal went to the
nearest shop, bought the sausages, ate the larger,
and took the other back to the workman. " Well,
but Where's the other!" was the natural ques
tion. "Why, this is the other," replied the young
Scamp, with the utmost effrontery.
"Booty manners :" Mother General, let me
introduce my boy, who has often heard of yon
from my dear husband, and longs to know yon !
Son My mother speaks no more than the truth,
general 1 I can assure you it affords ma the high
est possible gratification to make the acquaint
ance of go esteemed a friend of my excellent
father 1 Poach.
Woman's Ixfixej.ce. A missionary in India
iays that he regards the conversion of' one wo
man as equal to the conversion of twenty men,
so far as their influence in tbe propagation of
Christianity is concerned. Wo find in our own
l country that the' women-make by far our most
'successful Snnday-seboofteacbens. 'Am. paper.
Let the Rule Work Both Wats. The New
Tork Evening Post, after referring to the just
pucishmentawarded, coder tbe present rale of
Vanishing "murder, to the Modoc3, inquires'what
shall be done with those white persons' who mur
der the Indians, and then mentions tbe fact that
soon after Captain Jack was captured several In
dians, while under guard as prisoners of war, were
-waylaid in tbe road and cruelly murdered by our
people. J uslice should certainly be administered
in such a case, as in the instance of the punished
Modocs, and then it would bo made manifest to
the Indians that no partiality Is exhibited, and
that tbe American Government is no respecter
of ."persons, but desirocs"bDly to "dowhat is just
and right to all. Sac Union.
' 4 MosQcrros op the Red. Rivee op the Jf ortu.
Your readers who have fished in the Adiron
dack swamps, or lived on Xew Jersey flats, may
fancy they know something of mosquitos bnt it
is all a mistake. These creatures here rise in a
cloud ; they are terrible to man and beast ; they
make sleep unendurable without a netting. Peo
ple carry mosquito netting in this region in their
pockets, as they do handkerchiefs elsewhere. I
6aw men digging at a road-track, each with bis
pocket bead-net and gloves, and even then they
could hardly get on with their work." "Jl gentle;
man at Dolulh told me they used to be plenty
there (though they have mainly disappeared), and
that it was considered as much a piece of eti
quette to take, off jour coat and shake it before
entering a friend's house as it would be now to
wipe your feet. Dululh Cor.
A. IV. miRCE At CO.,
(Successors tl C L. JUcnluu a Co.,)
Ship Chandlers and General Commission llerchanti-
Also Agents for tbe Puuloa Salt Works.
409 Honolola, Hawaiian Inlands. ly
Tiie cheapness ot". labor ,in Europe, and also the
lower cost or chemicals, give not only tho'Eng
lish but the French and Germans great advan
tages orer us in tbe business of refining. The
acids used in the process cost here fully twico as
much as in Europe, nnd the wages of still tend
ers and other laborers are about SO a week,
against $16 in Xew York and at the wells. Our
crude petroleum can be taken across tbe water,
refined and returned here and sold in competi
tion with our manufactures. It appears possible
then, and even probable, that this vast industry
will soon pass out of our hands entirely. The
foreign exporters are building vessels to carry
tbo oil in bulk, thus avoiding the loss on barrels,
which has hitherto been considerable. The valoe
to tbe country of this refining industry is .stated
to be as high as 50000,000, an item or income
of no mean importance. ST. Y. paper.
Not long since the French Academy of
Sciences, one of the highest scientific bodies in
the world, was to have some men from abroad ad
ded to iu membership. Accordingly after a se
cret session, when the merits of all candidates
are fully discussed, five names were proposed
from which three should be selected. These fire
were Messrs. Carpenter, Darwin and Huxley, of
England, Streenstrnp, of Denmark, and James
D. Dana, Professor in Yale College at New
Haven, in tbe United States. The election at
length took place, when Messrs. Darwin and
Huxley were rejected by most decisive voles, and
Messrs. Streenstrnp, Dana and Carpenter were
cordially elected. Dr. Carpenter, it will be re
membered, has boldly rebuked the protensions of
mere scientific theorists and skeptics. Messrs.
Streenstrnp and Dana also are understood nerer
to have made any assaults upon true biblical
teachings, while with both Huxley and Darwin
there is a continual practical ignoring of all in
spired revelation. Yenly these men should feel
rebuked when thus even a French school so
thoroughly rejects them and practically pro
nounces their condemnation.
A curious illustration of the law's delay and
the uncertainty of litigation is given in the case
of the McDonough bequest, which has lately
been settled. John McDonough died, twenty-
three years ago, in Aew Urleans, bequeathing a
property of three million dollars to that city and
tha City ol Baltimore, to be equally divided, and
the entire sum to be devoted to the establish
ment of common schools, to be free to all irres
pective of belief or color. The will was disputed
by the heirs, of course, and the case was carried
before the Supreme Court. After a contest last
ing more than twenty years in the courts a com
promise was made at last. To a two cities bought
off the other legatees, and when the final reckon
ing was made it was found that over $2,000,000
had disappeared during the struggle. Bnt the
fight was not ended even then. Factions in each
city continued tho wrangle, and from a statement
published we are told that tbe princely fortune
left by John McDonough, and which should have
been used in the Interests of education, has dwin
dled to 23,000 in real estate, and S1G71 in cash.
All the rest, with its legitimate earnings in the
way of interest, has been frittered away, stolen
and "appropriated."
A Leipsic Teacedt. A, terrible tragedy is
narrated by the German papers. Hcrr Schwein
hofT, a merchant of Leipsic, aged C5 years, after
losing his first wife, married a young girl of 18,
who, of course, was only enamored of tbe old
man's wealth. Schweiohoff had by bis first wife
a son, who seems to Lave been rather wild. On
returning home after two years' absence, the son,
aged 25 years, commenced a liaison with his step
mother. Schweinhoff suspected the intimacy,
and determined to be avenged. Having acquired
proof of the treachery or the couple, he awaited
his opportunity. On July 5th he took a horse and
rode to a country-house then occupied by his wife.
Entering the grounds, he saw her and his eon
seated at the edge of a small lake, engaged in
conversation. He at once put spurs to bis steed
and trampled the woman nnder the horse's feet
She, flying, fell into the lake. The son sprang
upon the father, and,- during a struggle which
ensued after Schweinhoff had been pulled from
his horse, be stabbed him fourteen times in the
face and breast with a poinard which tho father
had carried in his own belt. Then he ran to
the rescue of his mistress, and leaped into the
water, but his strength failed him before he
reached her. The lifeless remains of the guilty
pair were recovered an hour later.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
JOIIX II. PATV,
Kotary Public and Commissioner of Seeds
Tor tho State or California. OQco at tho Bank or BIhop
Co., KaabomaDa Strett, Honolulu. 09-ly
TIIEO. II. IKVVIES.
LaTt Jaltioic, Guxx k Co.
IMP0ETEK AND COMMISSION MEE CHANT"
ASD AGE rOB
Lloyd't and tbo Urt rpool Underwriters,
British and Voreign Marine Ininranc Company, and
yortbern Asforance Company. f4C9-ly
1VnhInlon 3Icnt Market,
Xext door to Lovei Stam Bakery, Xunana Street, Honolulu,
P. V. DUNNE, rtortllTox.
- Beef, Mutton and Teal of the Best Quality.
Also. Salt Pork. Salt Beef. Snoerior Pork Samtairu. alwava
on baud and sold at tbe Lowest Market Prices.
fiaj Meats dellrered toall parts of tbe City. y
WlI.LlAl H. IAVIS,
Conveyancer, Translator, Collector, and
Copyist,
Vra -be found at tbe LAW OFFICE OF Sir. IMwnrtl
I'rcMoii, Attorney- at Law, on Merchant MtrttU below
Lewers Dickson's Lumber Yard, between Fort and Ala-
kea streets, Honolulu. 466 6m
tiios. g. xnmnti's
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
and Circulating Library,
Merchant Street. Honolulu. Also Stencil Cutttnir. En
graving. Caltgraphy and Copying, promptly executed on
reasonable terms. 4ftl-ly
IIYMAIV BKOTIIKRS.
IHPOETEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clotblnc. Hats. Caps. Boots. Shoes, and
every variety of Gentlemeas Furnishing Goods. Snow's
Bnilding, Merchant Street, Honolulu. f4t4-lj
Al". &. ACIIUCK.
Importers)' Wholesale and Retail Sealers in
General Merchandise,
AndCbinaOoods.ln tbeFire-nroof Store on 2uuan2 Street.
under tbe Public Hall. 460-ly
irii.mzR &. co..
Successors to Dowsett & Co., Corner Fort and Queen streets,
Lumber, Paints, Oil, Kails, Salt and Building
(lao-iy) Materials, of every land.
a. w. jn. . w." urac
GE0CEEIES AND PEOVISION DEALERS,
Family Grocery an Feed Store,
430-ly S9 1'cirt Street. Honolulu
THOMAS LACK,
Successor to John 'eilL
Machinist, Lock and Cun Smith
Sewing Machines repaired: Dealer in Snortins Goods
A rent for the Celebrated FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES.
40, Fort Street. Honolulu, H. L 400-ly
KCA..OIIA A: PASEi:,
House. Ship and Sign Painting!
nOTEL STREET,
Having opened their shop on tbe above street, are prepared
to do all manner of work In their line of business. Charges
reasonable, and all work done with neatness and dispatch.
4-w-iy
ii. Ji.vciari:i.i &. co.,
OEKISAt COMMISSION AGENTS.
Oneen Street. lionoluln. Tl.l. 8-lyl
E. o. haul. & soy.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HAEDWASE,
Dry Goods, Falots, Oils and General Merchandise,
42S-ly Corner Fort and King Sis.
ILIA:VGIIA.tl .V: CO.,
IMP0RTEES AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
Cutlery. Dry Goods. Paints and Oils, and General Mer
chandise, No. 95, King Street, Honolulu. 4;8-ly
a. a. cuoHoa-t, mo. s. smitsus.
A. S. CI.KGIIOItA &. Co..
mroKTERs axd nuuas IX
Gonorol 3VIox?oIx.ti Cilfao,
Corner Queen and Kaahutnauu Streets,
3 ly
Nnuanu St., and corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
IIt. O. S. CU.1I.1IIIVGS,
HOMEOPATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
4J
noNoi.Tjx.Tj. n. i.
Uy
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor of the above Works Is prepared to supply his
customers, and tbe public In general, with tbe best quality
Yellow Soap. Soft Soap nlways on hai.il.
Tkc lihut JW raid for. "yap Grrau. 460 It
. r. E1ILERS. A. JAEGER,
II. F. L'llLKRS & CO.,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
MEECHANDISE,
Fire-proofStore onrortStaboveOddFellowsnall. 4M-Iy
w. r.. greis,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER,
OSce, in Fire-proof Buildings, Qneen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. t-ly
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer,
Salesroom on Queen Street, ona door from Eaabumann
street. aoij
J. II. THOMPSON,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Fort Street CEsplande), Hoaolalu,
Hss constantly on hand and for sals at the Lowest Maket
Prices, a good assortment ot tna net l jiennea liar iron, anu
b Best Klaeksmitl.-a uoal. J
HONOLULU IRON "WORKS CO.
STF.HI EVRIXKS. Sncsr Mills.
KZZJJTtnUrrm. Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead CattlDS,
Machinery of Every Description,
S Mane to Order. TB
Particular attention paid to Ship's BUcksoiitainB
W JOB WORK executed on tbe shortest notice. 450-Iy
C. 12. AVII.I.IA3IS,
KANTJFACTTJBXE, IMPOETEE AND DEALER
In Furniture of everydescriptlou. Turnlture Ware-Rooms on
Fort Street , opposite unaee's i-noiograpuua.iery. , ora
,1.. nl.l .t.tiii nn lintel Street. ..ear Fort.
445) Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. fly
C. BREWER & CO.,
I n. x. r. CARTER, 1
r. c iosrs, jr. V
( 1. II. BREWER. 1
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
fi Honolulu. Haw.uU.1 Islands. ly
G. SEGCLKEX A: Co.,
TIH. ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IKON WORKERS.
Huuajiu Street, between. Merchant and Qneen
HaTefcODsUatiyoa liand. StoTce,ripevGaiTatiltea
Iron PiM. I'lalo ind Hcwo Bibbs.Ston-cocti.Indi
fert.withcoopllagf and pipe complete. Bath-Tubs,
and also Terr lare stock ofTfairareof every de-
ecriptioo.
PartlraUrattention g.Ten toMpVork. Order, from tbe
other Iclaods will be carefully attended to.
Tbaatful to the Cltlteae of Honolulu and the Islandi
generally for their liberal patronage In the past., we .hope by
unci attention to business to merit tne same tor me uiare
4U ly
wt 1 r
t. X. CASTLE. J. . ATBERTOX. J. P. COOEX.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Ebippiug and Comaission Merchants,
tXTOKTXaa AXD
Dealers in General Merchandise,
Jfo. 50 King Street, Honol&lu, Hawaiian Islands.
AGENTS TOR
The Union Xnsnranco Company af Ban Francisco.
The New England Mutual Lifelnsaranee Co., Boston.
The Oregau Facset Lioe I The Kohala Plantation,
Dr. Jarne Son's Celebrated
Medicines.
"Wheeler Wilson's Sewing
Machines,
Walps plantation.
The Haiku riautation,
W. H. Bailey's FlsaUUoa,
TXalalua Plantation,
Hamakna Plantation,
South Rons Floatation.
BUSINESS NOTICES.
I. II. HITCHCOCK,
Notary ulTo 1 c ,
nilo, Hawaii. 432-ly
ED. H0FFSCHXA.EGER & CO.,
IMP0ETEES AND COMMISSION HEECHANTS,
Honolulu, Palm. U. I. f4 lyl
E. P. AWAMS.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. 442-lj-J
91. T. WO.WEtL,
CABINET MAKES AND TJPH0LSTEEEE
King Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis Cooper Shop. Will
4551 buy and sell second-hand Furniture. ly
I A. SCHAEFI1R At CO.,
Importers and Commlslon Merchants
454) Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. ly
XHEOH. C. HKUCK,
IMPOETEE AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
457 Honolulu. II. I. 1
IR. ,UOTT SMITH,
DEiMrrsT,
TIaTing resumed practice, can be found at his rooms over
. Btrenz uo.'s Drug store, comer or Fort and Hotel Sts.
455-ly
TiiEo, w. niritioK,
DENTIST,
Wishes to call the attention of tbe public to his new Dental
Jlooms, over Dr. stangenwald'i omce, comer of Fort and
Merchant streets. 451 6m
CHAN. T. OULICIa,
KTotary Ptilolic,
AND
Agent to take Acknowledgments for labor
417 Interior Office, Honolulu. ly
C. LETTERS. J, G, DICKSOlt
sLewers a mcK.sorv,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
And all kinds of Building Materials, Fort Street, Honolulu.
4ia-ly
1IOIA.ES Sc CO.,
Ship Chandlera and Commission Merchants.
Importers and Dealers In General Merchandise, Queen Street,
Honolulu, Hawaiian islands.
-C- Agents for the Kaunakaaal. Moanalna. and KakaaVo
Salt Works. 410 ly
BART LETT SALOON,
WIEIAAItl HIJOIIES,
Corner of Hotel Ri.il Fort Streets.
rfutn ciioicrsT Asm best or ales,
JL WINES nnd sriRns always to bo found at the Bar.
4J9 ly
McCOEGAIV .c JOIUVSOT,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Fort it.. Ilonolnln, opposite T. C IIenckf. ly
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Cloth to Uati Cape. Boots. Shoes and
eTery Tariety of Gentlemen! eoperior Furnishing Goods.
Store in Makee'i Block Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I.
iw-iyj
J. S. WALKER. S. C. ALLEN
WALKER Ac ALIiT,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Qneen Street, Houolaln. II. I.
Agents for the Hawaiian Packet line.
AQMTS FOR
PrlnceTllle Plantation, I Spencer's Plantation,
Onomea Plantation, 5'anleliu Plantation,
Imperial Fire Int n ranee Company, London.
Merchant' Mutual Marine Inturance Co., San Francisco.
Northwestern Mntuil Life Insurance Co.
Schra Fairy Qneen, ActiTe nnt Mary Ellen. r43My
ALL.EX Ac CIIlL.l,IIVUWOR'riI,
ICAWAIHAE, HAWAII,
Will continue tbe General Merchandise and Shipping hnsTnees
at the a bore port, where they are prepared to famish the
Juetly celebrated Kawathae Potato?, and inch olhr-r Re
cruit! as are required by v-hateslilps, at tbe shortest notice
ana 01 toe most reaeonaoie terms, firewood always on
band. 12-ly
ffit JTAS, L. LEWIS,
SCOOPER & GAUGER(S
At the Old Stand, comer King &&ti Bothe) Streets.
Would inform Planters, Agents and others that. In addi
tion to Ufa former larre Stock of Tierces. Barrels and Casks,
by tbe antral of the ship Coring, from Boston, be has receired
3180 nbl. Stiooki nntl Containers,
Of a superior quality, which will be sold reasonable In lots to
suit.
He hoives br attention to business to merit a continu
ance of the patronsge blch be hss heretofore enjoyed
ana tor which ne now reinrns bit t Hunts. 4 om
BISHOP & CO.,
as asr as asi s ,
HONOLULU, t I t HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
DEW XXCRAJTOK OS
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : : SAN FRANCISCO,
1SD TBCia AO KIT 8 IX
New York,
Hoston,
Parlt,
Ancvlftnd,
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, : : ; : LONDON,
AXD THUS, SKAHCUIS IS
- Hong Konsj,
Sydney, and
PItlbflnrnf,
And transact a General Banking Bustaws. f7-ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
XS?a2
nniic PROPitiEToit htm, spare so
JL pains to make Ihla
33 Dd 3n o j.jsrn? n otel
First-Class in Every Particular I
ROOMS CAN BE HAD BY THE WEEK OR NIGHT,
with or without board.
Ilnll nnd X,nrcc I toon. to lt for Pnbllc
453 51 cot I ii or noclctlr. It
EZ D. C. MURRAY.
CHOICE NEW PRINTS!
White Sheeting,
Dark Blue Blankets,
Aft,
437 3m
AC, 4 c
TIIEO. II. DAVITS.
Hawaiian Dictionary,
riOXTAl.MXU AIIOIT 20,000 HAWAIIAN
wutuxs, wiin jngitsn sirnincauon, ana
.85 00
a oo
U. JL WIUTKEY.
An English Hawaiian Vocabulary,
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF HISTORICAL EVENTS!
UY LOItKIX AMJUBWH.
nRTrT f Boond In She.p .
,, I Bound In I air Morocco
For Sale I7
Tins ValuabU VTork'can be obtained of
Messrs. TIIUDNER & CO., I14mKut Row, London.
Messrs. BABSES 4 CO., John StrMt, New Tort.
Messrs. BANCROFT & CO., San ITacdsco.
Also, for Salt,
IlawBllati nnd Enelltti Phrase Book 80 50
Ilarrnilau Crammar i -.1 OC
4 17
INSURANCE NOTICES.
Insurance Notice,
THE AGENT FOR THK Bit! TI Sit For
elrn Marine Insurance Company. (Limited), has re-
celred instructions to reduce the rates ot Insurance
between llonolnla and Ports In the Pacific, and Is now pre.
pared to Issue Policies at the Lewat Hata, with a special
reoucuon on trtigni peraieamert.
400-1 y Jgtnt JJriU iVr. Jfar. Int. Oo. (Limited.
FIKEMAK'S FUND
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF BAIT FRANCISCO.
FX KB AZTS XAEIasS,
Cnsh Cnpltnl, tiold, 8500,000,
By writinff small lines on e artfully selected rlski,
well distributed, offers
1SBE.1WU V SECOKD TO SOE,
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
BISHOP A CO.,
3m Agents for the Ifawallan Islands.
Boston Board of Underwriters.
. GENTS for the Hawaiian Islands,
k. 3-lT C BREWER 1 CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
AGENTS for tbe Hawaiian Islands,
5-1 J C BREWER t CO.
CALIFORNIA
insurance Company.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF TUB
abore CouinanT. Iisto been authorized to Insure risks
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, from Ilonolnln
to an ports 01 tne worm, ana vicerersa.
433-ir ii. iiAt;tvtr.i.u w.
r. a. sciiAi:n:it,
AGENT orRremen Board or Underwrltrs,
Agent ot Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Agent or lenoa Board or Underwriters.
Claims against Insurance Comjianles within tbe Jorirdlction
ot tne BD0T6 uoarus oi unaerwriters, win nare to oe evrii
fied to by the abore agent to make them Talid. (7-ly
JAI.H'01tAIA
INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS ot the
abore Compaur. haYo heen suthorized to Insure rlsts
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, by Coasters,
from llonolulu to all porta of the Hawaiian Group, and rice
versa.
8-ly XL HACK VELD CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UKDEIISIGIVED lmvliig been ap
pointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against l'tre, on Stone and Brick nutld
lugs, and on Mercltaudlse stored therein, uo the
most favorable terms. For particulars apply at the offlco o
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
OF LONDON ANU EDINUURGH.
ESTABLISHED 1809.
CAPITA!. "3,000,000
Accttmulattd and Invested Fund, 3,(138,118
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP
POINTED AGENTS for the Smdwtch Islands, and are
authorised to Insure against Eire upon farorable terms.
Risks taken in anjpart of the Islands on Wooden Buildings
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Ileuses and Fnrn,
tnre. Timber, Coals. Ships Id harbor with or without cargol
or under repair. 435 lyj ED.TlOFi-SCIILAEGERtCO.es
SUGAll & MOLASSES.
WAILUKU PLANTATION.
EAV CROP NOW COMING IN. FOU SALE
in quantities to snit purchasers, br
4S9-Sm 0. BREWER A CO., Acents.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION,
LAHAI N A, MAUI.
"1IIOICE SUGARS Crop of 1873 now coming
in ana lur saia oj
aatf-jm kj. unr.n crt vu., Agents,
MAKEE PLANTATION.
IVctr Croi of StiRiir Ac- Molasacai
I OW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
m titles to sutt purchasers by
W.Zm C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
KAUPAKUEA PLANTATION
UGAR NOtV CO.MINC IN nnd for anle
In quantities to suit purchasers by
9-3m AFONU 4 ACHUCK.
s
Pioneer Mill, Laliaina.
CAMPBELL & TtlHTOX. Pronrletors
J Crop of Sugar of superior quality, now coming
in ana tor eaie in quantities to sail ny
4504m 11. HACKFELD 4 CO.
Thomas Sponcer Plantation,
IIILO, II. I.
SiiRnr nntl Itlolnftmcft Crop 187ft
nilOP NOW COMING IN, nnd for nle
V in quaotitiea to suit purchasers, by
4t9-3m WALKER 4 ALLEN, Agents,
PRINCEVILLE PLANTATION.
Niifrni nml loIntmcH Criip
riOMINO IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
J to suit purchasers, by
4t9-8m WALKER 1 ALLEN, Agents.
ONOMEA PLANTATION.
Snsnr nnd MoInMCH Crop IS7S
(OMINft TN. Mn SAT.E TW niTAVTITTm
-v w mn purcuaecrs, or
-153-3ra WALKER 4 ALLEN, Agents
E-i
S-?
Pi
co
-si
rjr
m
CO
B
CO
o
W
y. Salt-:
5 ts
a a
tk.t St.
P si 80S S
t C o -s z .
m . 3
U Illli
WI80 26
1, C M
s c Dal
sgflf !s.
iiiil
hsi n I
-Mi lZ gl g
D O I .1.- la a
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7 j Ol
California Saloon, Pilot Bread,
XD CRACIir.Il.S A CENEILVL ASSORTMENT.
Also, A rear -naei Mnllnm, In Nmnll Cnkea,
8uluble for the Itetait Trade. For Hale br
BOIXES at CO
Hawaiian Mess Beof,
"RACKED BT II. BCRTLEJIAST, AND
a. " .......v.. 1 i.ir, iui owe
U BOIXES A CO.
Star Copper Paint,
IX OALUlX AXD IIAU- UAVTjOX t'ANS
For Sale br C4IJJ BOIXES CO.
FOREIGN NOTICES.
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding and Commission merchant,
403 Front Street corner or Ony,
HAS FRANCISCO.
CB Particular attention nald tnrinnjdramenta T.).n ,
rroduce. 12 ir
CIXII a. WIUIAU. Etnrr.suicsiu. UAsa.osau
WILLIAMS, BLANCKARD S CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
21S California Street, San Francisco. It
C. D. MORRISON & CO.,
PROrillETOBS OF
STAR LINE PACIFIC RACKETS
Tk'o. 3 Spear Stmt,
.SAX lEAXCXSCO
llarlnc some thlrtr Vrawli In thttr
.tine, cmn jUw Airnbti the aiune oa Clmr-
Ordors for Charters Sollcltod
A1
Salmon Bellies,
IX HAliF AXTI SR. R IRnn
For Sale br (q BOIXES CO.
POLAR OIL.
FEW CASKS OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY
for tile bj () EOLLES 4 CO.
3. McCracken A Co
Crawford & Harrington..
..rortland, Oreroa
Seattle, W. T.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
Tho Basis of Our Business.
FIItST To .Manufae t urc all such Books and 5U
tlonery as can be done here as well as elsewhere, and
thereby dlrecllj benefit our enstomers and our scire.
SECOND To Buy ami Sell Hooks and Station
cry so as to make It to tbe Interest of dealers and consum
ers to coma to ns In preference to sending East.
V- We tuanaCwlore and Import eTery description cf Sta
tionery, carrying laige stocks ot Paper, Enrelopes and Blank
now, ot uiu ... uianniAciure, mas, stales, etc
AjT Orer 1,(00 rarieties or Blank forms kept In Slock,
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
W-ly Saarraoc!aco.Cal.
FAMBLY MARKET!
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultty, Vegetables, &c,
Furnltlicl to Order.
JlXTItAS. Tnculnyi nnd Thnndnjv-Tfal,
FrMnytv-rii.il.
ISnmlnyft-tninb,
(Unless othcrwbe otileredo
Tbe rroprletor havtne rt?cted a nut jukI commodlooa
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining the Family Meat Market, wtfl be piTpre4 to
promptly and BAtbructoiily All onlera for Terytlitnc rv
qnLiJtetoftirnhbtheUblM with alltbe HabrjUnttaLi ami
lellcarlrs tbe country afiionW
ttlTShlpplnjr unpfilleil on Short 'otlce."Sa
5ritst Ac, (lellrcrect to all ports of the city wtthoot ex.
trachanre. H It. HOYD.
Honolulu, October 23, 1S7X 4U 3m
Carriage Painting,
IfAVITfO FOB
lue present ennLffefi ther
nerrbesof Mr. TlIOMAHl
'It. l'AUKK. a Ckrrlur
rolntcr whose work has been for MTerml yean before the
public, and which far fineness and ilnrabtllty baa never
been excelled In this place, we are prepared to execute all
orders In the line of
Carriage Painting in a Superior Manner
We do not wish to boast, yet we hare no hesita
tion In sarins; that we can do aa flue and as durable a job of
CATtrtlAGt: PAINTING
AS CAN BE SOKE IK HONOLULU,
Ontslde or Our onn ItnbIUIimnl.
All persons havlnc rood Carrtares that require ratntlns;
or Varnishing;, will rio well to sire na m can.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CARRIAGE REPAIRIKB
In every branch,
Irlce to Suit the XI mr.
Br A. FIntdaM Carriage ralntr U enxacrd for oar
btnlnfus, and b eipected from ban Krandsro per December
steamer.
C. WEST,
150 9m 71 and Klnsr f-treeL Ilonolnln.
Eligible Building Lots
For Sale.
EinitT LOTS OF IVXn. LOCATED OXW
KA1IU.V or WAIKIKI I'UMdlmUymakalejK
or west of the land lately fenced la by Mr. James g. A
Lcroon, and oppoalte the residence of J. A. JIaaalnter, ,
be Ins;
Lots Nos. 180, 181, 212, 213,
214, 215, 257, 258,
On the Government Survey, and belonctnc to the Kaute
of tbe tote M, Y. Whitney, The Und extendi from Kln
strret to lleretanla, along Illkot treet. with a fronuse ou
KlncstreetofSi: fret, and 204 feet on Xleret&nU, and eon
Ulns aroul Ztoo bthoms, or,6ver three acres.. Foerof
them aro "corner lota." They will he dbiptWd of In two
parcels of Four Lou rach, or In single lots, as may inlt par
chasers. For building parpoes no better sites are now In
the market, and Improvement are constantly being mads
In the vicinity. The Title U Royat Patent. Terms easy.
For further artlctilarslnfulre of H. II. 11 LK,
45-Sm or IL M. WlirTNET.
PARADISE IN THE PACIFIC.
A rtooK OF
TEAVEL AND ADVENTUBE
in Tim
f3n.iacl-e7u-iclx Xslnxaclxi.
nv w. it. m.iM.
COXTENTS.
1 Crulllnp; In tbo Tropics,
2 An Outpost of Paradise,
3 For Honolulu Direct.
4 First Impressions of the Families
5 The Hawaiian Kinri.
8 The Hawaiian Kingdom.
T Erenti and Circumstances.
8 Moral Life of the Xatitcs.
5 Physical Life of tne Satire,.
10 The Lepers Village.
11 llauna Loa; Volcanic Eroptiomand Rains
12 A Political Election.
13 The Osla Vij In Ilonolnln,
14 The Hawaiian Clillliatlon.
15 Society In Honolulu.
18 Sounds and SigbtJ in Honolulu,
IT The Climate cf llonolnla.
19 Hoooluluen Day,, -
A few eoplw jait recelred nnd for isle, price tl.IO.
Hilled to sny part of the group free, $1.10.
445-Im U. II. WHITXEY.
Selling Cheap I
CAPTA1XH AM) OTlsXeM "HISHrXO TO
procure supplies of reading matter, can pureluao
the eame cheap for cash, Axuonr them are
Btanttard English Worlia, bonnd,
Ntantlard I'nrw-r Coyer i els,
3IRHxinrs, dc, Ac.
LOOK OUT rOR BAEOAtSI, at the Boosmon of
lt-t H. X. WHITJflST.
CUnee li4h.
IIUlss- IlsKk..
51 Uwt iSe...
IS UM 3 tatkee.
S Unes 4 tacttee.
Qeartrr ef Catns&a,
Third of Ctdsnsus
HaJTef CDfaaaa. ,
Oq Cblsna. . .,
IseTaigtewf Ist .
ssn4 THoaj4esiwes
ts)L lSaisallisaaa
IMlMWMMMajjlsslslW
IMSMHMSesfsarlat
IlMUUsMsrlatsia e3
U ooi 30 ooj a eel la sasjiisi tsras) tl.
AT3-Bnahuea Cards, win si .si t Jh asK Mr. r
allowed a dtoemt tnm thmm rmtmt. wbkai are. Mr OaaasM
sdTsrUssraseatsvwsmsercsarfea eaneiry.
S.B. All Sariifa adisl tlsansestsi ssnssc kw ial isssul
with tke pay, wWworsWW sss, ecsseeeeseewta mil mm
Ibeea. Taaiateeefltataae ar. rr-T la U. .1 1 n Kyywt
reavittaarn bradrMtbeaawaes er eaiWlirti-SM sea
la poetasw sUjopa e cosm-
MISCELLANEOUS.
SHIPPING.
Regular Packet fsc Hflel
THE T1XE ?AST-SAKiS8 TACK
P TT 23L X,
HO FIT. Jlaat.r.
W1H ran regal arty far HU. sal KasrpaVsess.Wsrlt
a boat erery two weeks. For f re-pa er , ssreae. fcsrw
lag Irst-elas, accoramodatinns, af-ply ta
43 3m TTALKER. Jk ALUCX , Jjtsw
Hanalei PaokeK.
SdZOOSBXI. Q U JaLsUlS
ja tVILX. RC.t RBeCUMLT TH IHW
TWa. 'TirTi r-r Tmc trsannt or . 7Vy as.
tl5 WAUUHaXAUSC
SCHOONER MARY ELLEK.
nr.acL.tR ricKJer rwr w.tuss a-t
Jtasilaeau Tor trriht es npstT ser
eis-JDS jaa am
For Kohala, Hawaii.
1733lo Solar. .A-O "ti"trs
3 TflXT. Rr A3 A aWJMJaWt I-.tCKsTT
frs1t " Tor Iresrntssrpiaeasrl .iKr a
iw im wjmixn.. xma,
DISPATCH LIMeToRSJUI FSMClSCi!
C. Brawsr ft. Co. Agents, fe
.wSQjtmhaadlsw rmteed t.r.K. ne sas43saK
literal cash ad ranees aaaJa ea talsaseale by rue laa
My cawwwt slcrt.
BOSTON AND R0N0UM.H PACXET UHl
,S4j; C. Brower A. Co. Agent. JBL
jstZsir TarereUe arracreaMwts ea. atware V JHkC
esade foe stersre and shrpiaeat of Ott, sVem. Wet. totim umt
ether ll.rehasllee to S Bejtrd, BosSmb. !trw Tsrk swl
other Eastern Porta. 0-Casa Adraaeea wms.
Uy C rwfX a OOt
EsTttiJiaiD 1549.
THE BSITISHAUD SOSTSIXSLKJUT
EOYAL KAIL STEA3JH?S,
ItTWXU
LIVERPOOL, BOJTO.t AXB 3TE"V TOSJC.
Calling at Cork Hariar.
THREE 8AILIXGS EVERY WSZS.
Hotinia and Sytiia BaZSmy.
Abyttinia, dim, JAsmtiow, SewseriSst,
Attppo, OsNt, Jsfsareerea, Aeris
AtUt, JlexU, pef, Cretan,
rericf, erar. JVrmsrtr, AsVs.
Eitaria, Smlir, ArUiVs. Xsrvrav
CaUbrU, JfsUi, Cassia. Tripmii.
From Ssw Tartt erery WetiesIay asM t
sirdar Fr.mBoat.ssvsrry'9atssrtax.
RATES OF P-aSSACK.
Cabin t t t s 90,OO.aati tlSOCM,
Accordieg ta aee.ataeJatia.
Tickets to Paris. iI5r?IJ aJiitieaal. lUturalleketa
a farerabla terana.
Sleerasre, state CM CssesessJf .
Steerar. tickets t. Urerpoa! aad fteseeiiseea, MS alt f site
of Karepe. at loweet rates.
Per Trelest aaj Oil la r. f eppty at the Casssae.
OrSce.4 BowUex Orera. Po 9t wrarr riasei, e III hnmt
way, Trtnlty BalMlar. Sew Taek,
CAS . O. TXA-1CSLTS, Aawst. Sew Tat.
Kericstapaatetsre trees Anatralaa. 5ew TlsnssT. CM,
and Japan. The Canard Uaw a&arste tassa wvwat a. at.
tie. to throacBi eeaiierers troaa trssksPa4 pnrra. is. sea.
eetwey ef IU Millac pfwtwdias; alt sMefWttry aT amSmf u Sew
York, (lend srecasBedatasae alweye i...nsia.
12 ly c a msscsLTX
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
CQ
o
o
o
CQ
PrintiBg Establisimcit
Possesses a good asBortiaent of
JOB PRINTING TYTB,
Well adapted t Use rrtsttssoC
POSTERS OP AKY SIZE
ztTimt vf rzjus 02
at
Fancy OoXox-s.
BUSINESS, - t
VISITIXG and
. WEJM2G CARDS.
BTT.T.TTTVTAT-tfft I
HOTEL BILLS OF PARE.
BALL TICKETS,
cmcqzAhs.
ILW'ELOPES,
RECEIPTS.
BOOKS and PAMPHLETS,
JlTif KlTRLVL REPORTS,
Ia.VWTERS' BKIEFS,
(LTAlU3JlJISr
PKOGKAMMES,
NEWSPAPIJ-sv
Aa, he
Hsring Ins Jofl ska t
ef the peIla 1. aiy VeaiaaM lee.se iHism, Ttrti leefi
opportaaHj ta retara asy t4aesM fawaat tnt, aut

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