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U'1.1', Vi!Un Friends
REsinrTs or nno-
Mrarisr aeavarjnTy arc
n.Mlally MM to attend llibllr Worship at FOKT ST,
CHraCH, JrWmVtt are neM everr Sabbath at II
MM A. M., and TS P. M. Henla ar provided for aU
who may l pleas d to ttuw). There la a Wednesday
f-venlnn- Prayer MeotJntr at ?S o'clock, In th Lecture
Koom, to wbicb all are welcome. -J ly
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
Offer for Sale
The Following Goods,
PER HAWAIIAN BABE KA MOI
From Bremen !
AN IXDEPEX1JENT JOUBXAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
Dr.r.V PINK PRIM'S,
Bark Ka Moi, from Bremen !
And Offer for Sale
A FULL ASSORTMENT
NEW GOODS !
NEW GOODS !
ALL SORTS, SIZES & DESCRIPTIONS
BUILDING MATERIALS !
The Tard and on the Wharf!
or'West Scant!.... Timber !
Afiortment Fa.ncT Print?, new rtjlei ,
Whitr ! round 1'rinti,
Black and White Print. French Mariins,
Heavy Bine Ieniin. pl-iin and striped,
Bloc and White Striped Ticking.
Brown Cottonf, auorted qualities.
Blue Cottons, White Cottonf,
iiorrocks White Long Cloth, A and B, 36 inch
and 32 inch wide.
Linen Sheeting, 72, S2, 90 and 100 inches wide,
Cotton Sheeting, G:I, 72, 80 and 90 inches wide.
Victoria Lawns, 7-yard pieces, assort e i qualities,
Indigo Blue Flannel, Black Silk Alpacas,
Black Cuhourgs, fine and medium.
Scotch Waterproof Tweeds, ail colon.
Silk Corah Handkerchiefs.
Turkey Red and Yellow Cotton Handkerchiefs.
Ladle Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Assorted Cotton Stockings And Socks.
Linen Thread assorted.
Black and Colored Silk Neckties, new styles.
Monkey Jackets, assorted qualities,
Heavy Woolen Blankets, Scarlet, Orange, Blue
Fancy Flannel Shirts, Linen Shirts, Cotton do.
Merino Finish Undershirts, Cott'.n Undershirts.
Assorted Burlaps, French Calfskins,
Genuine Eao dc Cologne.
Maeaesar Hair Oil, Lubin's Extracts,
Fine India Rubber Dressing Combs,
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. fec. &c.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo., 2mo., I Sash
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND 6L iSS.
Wall Paper and Border.
In Large Variety.
PAINTS. OILS, TURPENTINE, VARNISH,
I:iim ami ItHItoTrnaih Brnahea,
Sash Weights & Line.
A I PUULOA SALT. ETC., ETC
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN FREE OF CHARGE,
At mmj Port tss this Kfnsrilmn ns per
WILDER & CO.,
Corner fort and Queen Street.
PUBLISHED ASP FOR SALE BT
H. M. WHITN EY,
Fine Woolen Shawls and Traveling Plaidl,
Fine and Common Pen and Pocket Knives,
Fine Steal Scissors, Common ScUsora,
Tinned Spun on Cards, Iron Teakettles,
Galvanized Pails. 10 and 12 inch.
Galvanized Washing Tabs,
Perforated Metal for Centrifugal Machines,
Charcoal Box Irons,
Bright Fencing Wire, So. 4, 5 and fi.
Full Assortm't of Best Refined English Bar Iron,
Slants' Yellow Metal Sheathing, and Composi
tion Sails, Block Tin,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, Iloop Iron.
Porous Water Monkcvs, Pressed Tumblers,
Cot Porter Glasses.
Bubbuck's Patent White Zinc Paint,
Ilubback's Patent White Lead Paint,
Uubbuck's Pale Boiled Linseed Oil,
Black Paint, Paris Grtcu, Red Lead.
Caustic Soda, Best Lagos Palm Oil.
A large Assortment of
German, English and French Groceries
Liebig's Extract of Meat.
Stearinc Candles, 4, b, and 6 to n pound.
Castor Oil, in tins and glass,
Epson. Salts in bulk and buxef.
Nestf of Trunks, Birch Broome,
Wrapping Paper. Market Basket,
Assortment of Blank Books,
Press Copj Book.-, Shipping Receipt Books.
Assorted sizes Horse Rope, llcmp Tacking,
Spnnyarn, Flag Liue, Log Line,
Marline and Housing,
Swedish Safety Matches,
Devoe's Kerosene Oil, in patent cans.
Ileids-ieck & Cos Champagne, in qts and pts.
Ruinart Pcre A Fila Champagne, do. do.
Sparkling Hock, in quarts and pints.
Genuine Hollands Gin, in jugs and baskets,
Gcnainc Hollands Gin, in glass, green boxes,
Boutclleau & Cos Brandy, in glass, 1 to 4 ;
Boutclleau A Cos Brandy, in casks,
German Ale and Lager Bier, in qts. and pts.
Jeffrey's Edinburgh Ale and Stoat, qts and pts.
Assorted Claret, very fine to common,
Licbfrauenmilch & Laubcnheimer Rhine Wines.
Small assortment of Hungarian Wines,
Bitters, Alcohol in 1 gal. demijohns, 9fl per cent.
German and narana Cigars.
Fire Clay, Coal Tar, Stockholm Tar,
Empty Petroleum Barrels for Tallow Containers,
Oak Boats for Coasters,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
The abore specified Goods, together with a well
assorted Stock DOST an hand ex recent arrivals, are
offered for sale in quantities to suit the trade.
J3v Orders from the other Island.' filled at lowest
market rates. 529
Just Received by
AFONG & ACHUCK,
Zfo. 14 Merchant
Adjoining It Office.)
HONOLULU, H. I.
HAWAIIAN FORM BOOK. By J. W. Kauwahi.
A saasinal of forms required in drawing up agree
menu, beads, wills, and ail kinds of legal docu
ments required in courts. Price, ti.
LAIEIKAWAI. THE LADY OF THE TWILIGHT.
la Hawaiian. A novel founded on the tradition of
White fc Colored Rattan Matting,
matting. Rattan Chaire,
Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Kankin Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorted Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory Ware,
is.VHr.I!r Ware, Lacquered Ware,
raiiaa antiquities, habit? and sayings. $1. China are, Canvas Shoes,
btraw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Fiower Pots, Wrapping Paper,
Dried Ligee, Dried Dates,
iiawanac antiquities, habits and sayings
TACIFIC COHTHEBCIAL ADVERTISER. Vols.
1 to 14, iaelativc : era bracing from the years 1S6C
to 1ST9, aad pivinr a conoise aad impartial history
of the political and social progress of the Kingdom
dunce that period, t per volume.
KA KCPEFA KXOKOA (THE INDEPENDENT
TRESE1. A weekly newspaper in Hawaiian, de
voted to newt and local literature, and independent
in politics. K a year $3.50 bound.
..HART OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS. En
graved on steal, aad printed at Washington,
the undersigned. This ia the most
tLAWAIIAX BIBLES tte and f vo., bound in Taney
moraero cover, with record. Tor marriages, births
and daatma, anuble for family bible. Price, ac
cording to style of binding, front ti to $11.
HAWAIIAN HTKNS For social aad church ser
vice. Price, cloth, $1 ; fall bound morocco, gilt,
HA HAK H00NANI--A collection of Sabbath
School hyanj aad tanas. Price, 25 cents.
S. E.-Ary books published in the Hawaiian lan
,SMI. or any books pertaining to the Islands, if
obtain ante, will be procured for persons desiring them.
For sajr be
H. M. WHITNEY.
Gold fc Silver Jewelry.
Tortoise Shell fc Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen fc Ladies Paty Hats,
China Brick & Side-walk Stones
SEvGLE AXD DOUBLE
SUGAR HAT BAGS
A Great Variety ot
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Too u a moron to mentions.
FOB KALE BT
AI'OXG A ACHTCK,
Knnana Street, near Kin.
Philip Phillip's Songs.
fiorns r tiii-.sk iki-i i. tit jielodiis.
in nuilliR r
nui he obtained
rrici as ccata each.
the Store of the
Advice to a Tonne Lady.
The Galveston JVetrs publishes the an
nexed letter, which was written for the
use of a young lady, a resident of that city,
who is abont finishing her scholastic
course at Stanton, Virginia. Young la
dies generally may find instruction and
improvement by a careful perusal :
Galvestox. February 22, 18V5.
My Dear : At your good mother's
request I have consented to make some
suggestions as to a course of reading for
Before doing so let me teach you a few
simple truths which observation and expe
rience have taught me.
It is quite as important, in every respect,
to cultivate your body as to cultivate
your mind. No amount of mental acqui
sitions will compensate for the lack of a
i-trong, elastic, healthful physical system.
I shall have accomplished my purpose, if
you will take my word for it, that you
have it in your power in a great measure
to make and keep your body strong, elas
tic and healthy. To this end, plenty of
sleep, open air and exercise, are the only
physicians you need to consult. Most hu
man ills flow directly from the stomach.
It must have rest like any other organ.
Make it a part of your religion never to
taste food more than three times a day,
and never to taste any article of food
which you have found to be indigestible.
You must be your own judge of this.
What you ought to eat requires as much
careful consideration as what you ought
to read. You must depend on habit, ac
quired little by little, to make any course
of life you may choose to adopt agreeable
to you. Should you ever give way to de
spondency, as to acquiring any desirable
habit, remember that men by dint of per
severance, learn to use tobacco and strong
drink, and to be unhappy without them.
Xo task you are likely to set for yourself
can be equal to this.
How you read is quite as important as
what you read. Most people waste all
the time they spend in reading. Mental
dyspepsia Is almost as common a disease as
physical dyspepsia, and is brought on by
the same means, viz., by devouring more
food and more rapidly than it can be di
gested. There is no greater error than to
read maay books, except it be to read hur
riedly and without pause. AVhat is not re
tained in the memory is lost, and memory
depends on the amount of attention be
stowed, and the time a thought is kept be
fore the mind. The power to fix the at
tention and to keep a thought before the
mind grows imperceptibly, but surely, by
use. Consider, then, no book properly
read, unless you have made the tone, the
spirit, the thought of the author your own.
Read no longer at one time than you feel
a vivid interest in your book. And let
me insist that you keep Webster's or
Worcester's Unabridged Dictionary al
ways at hand, and let no strange word
pass without critical inspection.
We think in words, and therefore, to
think clearly, and to speak accurately, you
must know the exact meaning of words.
Tliey are, in fact, the key to all knowl
edge. By no means neglect to read aloud a
short time every day, with careful atten
tion to the one golden rule of elocution,
viz : Read in the same tone and manner
in which you would utter the same senti
ments in conversation. This practice will
educate your ear as well as your tongue
The cultivation of your voice in ordinary
speech is altogether more important to you
than all the vocal gymnastics of the opera
" Don Cnpid bath not In all his qnlrcrs choice
An arrow for the heart like a sweet voice.1
Commit to memory some fine passage in
prose or verse almost daily, not by any
means for quotation, but to give you facili
ty and power of expression. You will
have reaped only a part of the benefits of
mental culture if you fail to acquire the
power of expressing your thoughts in just
and appropriate language, and with a dis
tinct, clear, well modulated voice. In the
selection of words, avoid the temptation
to be fine, flowery and high-flown. Good
taste rejects the star-spangled-banner style
ill speech and writing, as it does in dress
I set out to write you a mere 6ong, and
have written almost a sermon. Let me
conclude by giving you a few brief hints
You cannot go amiss if you will read
the works of the best authors. Learn to
love Shakspcare, Addison, Swift, Gold
smith, Johnson, Sheridan, Bums, Words
worth, Moore, Walter Scott, Bulwer, Ma-
caulay, Dickens, Thackeray, Tennyson,
Washington Irving, and you may then
well lay claim to having a finished educa
tion. I have mentioned only a few of the
great names of literature, and have pur
posely omitted one of the greatest of them
all, Byron, because his " Don Juan" the
highest effort of his genius, should not be
read by you at alL I especially recom
mend Byron's letters as the best model
I know for your epistolary style. Study
these letters until yon have learned the
secret of their indescribable charm, and
strive to make it your own. Next to a
graceful, fluent, simple conversational dic
tion, epistolary excellence is the most use
ful and desirable acquisition for a lady.
Never permit yourself to read a novel
unless it is from the hand of one of the
great masters, and then read it as you
would read a text-book. Before entering
upon a courv of history, it would be but
proper for you to read the lives of the
most noted historical characters.
I have barely tonched the subject, but
at some future time I will give you a list
of my favorite books and in the order in
which they should be taken up. I am al
most afraid I have already given yon too
much reading for this time.
The Tower of London.
The Graphic says, " Every one will
be glad to hear that there js a movement
afoot for throwing open the Tower of Lon
don, with its collection of antiquities and
curiosities, to the public, free of charge.
This is an excellent project, and, if carried
out, will be an undoubted boon to the
British public. As a school of English
history from a very early period, the
Tower and its surroundings and its asso
ciations have a very high value. When
it is remembered that all fees for visitors
to Westminster Abbey on Monday have
been abolished ; that the British Museum,
the National Gallery, and the collection
at South Kensington are opened on cer
tain days gratuitously, it seems strange
that a similar course has not long ago
been adopted at that fortress so rich in
historical reminiscence and so valuable in
educational resource. It has been so clear
ly demonstrated that the British public
knows how to behave itself, and that no
harm has been done to the collections al
ready enumerated, that there seems to be
every reason to suppose that the Consta
ble of the Tower would feel justified in
adding his matchless exhibition to the list
of free shows for the people. It would
bo as well, perhaps, at the same time to
allow a little more liberty for the public
to wander within the walls of the fortress
itself and about its pleasant gardens. In
our closely populated, over-built city, free
access to the garden surrounding the
Tower ditch would be a great boon. At
present they are only used by a few privi
leged people who have a key. It would
seem that these people do not value their
privilege very highly, for even on a hot
summer Sunday afternoon you will find
these gardens but scantily populated.
There are people still living who remem
ber that the Tower used to be quite a re
sort for the citizens and their families on
Sunday afternoons, but there is no chance
of such being the case in the present day.
Ever since the commencement of the Cri
mean war the circulation of the public
within the fortress unless in charge of a
beef-eater has been more and more rig
orously tabooed. It is to be hoped the
movement alluded to will bring about
some alteration that will tend to the gen
eral public becoming more and more fa
miliar with the most interesting bit of Old
London now remaining.
Tatoocd on tlic I'ace.
lie arrived in San Leandro, recently
on foot, followed by a troop of laughing,
jeering boys. He was on his way to his
friends in the Santa Clara valley, whom
he had not seen for eleven years. Tired
and worn, and weary, he sat him down in
the bar-room of a wayside inn to rest, and
a crowd of curious folk around him gath
ered. His story was short, but serious and
strange, and most interesting. He had
been a sailor a man-of-war's man had
deserted his ship, the old "St. Mary's
when she was lying in the harbor of Nu
kahiva, in the Marquesas islands, in '64.
The ship went away without him, and he
was "an unknown man upon an unknown
isle." Captured by the kanakas, he was
held a prisoner, and the hope of ever get
ting away almost died within him ; and
ere his clothing had worn out, or he had
assumed the garb of a savage, he became
as one of them, and was tattooed entirely
down one side of his body from his hair to
his feet. And the listeners looked in won
derment at the long-haired man that had
triangles and leaves of deep blue stained
and punctured in his face ; and he had wed
" a dark brown maiden to rear his dusky
brood," and the hope of a return to civili
zation became weaker and less, and the
old leader of the warriors died and he was
made a chief. .This rough, hard life of a
primitive man was led until on the 17th of
July last, the U. S. S. "Tuscarora" stop
ped at the isles for water, when from Chi
na San Francisco bonnd. And he was
taken aboard and clothed and brought
home. Woodward saw him while in the
city and offered him a good salary to ex
hibit himself at the gardens, but although
he was almost without a dollar he posi
tively declined. Such is the strange histo
ry of a man whose father is a large ranch
owner in the vicinity of San Jose.
A true story i3 told of a young clerk in
the Treasury Department at Washington
who is in lnck, and whose good fortune
was brought about by an act of polite
ness towards an old Englishman and his
handsome daughter. While the British
high joint commission was in session in
Washington years ago, a London mer
chant came over to watch a claim of his
which was before the commission. He
brought his daughter with him, and the
two had much leisure time on their hands,
which they occupied seeing the sights in
the various public buildings. One day
they called at the Treasury Department,
and the clerk referred to showed them
through. He was very polite, probably
very much interested, and made himself
agreeable and useful to the strangers.
He engaged to show them something or
pilot them somewhere else the next day,
and the next, and the old man and his
daughter gladly accepted these repeated
offers of kindness. Of course the parties
became well acquainted, and it is not sur
prising that there should have grown np
a mutual liking. The young man was a
welcome visitor at the apartments of the
English strangers between whiles.
At length the merchant finished his
business in Washington and he and his
daughter turned their faces homeward
across the sea, leaving at least one warm
personal friend in America Some months
since the young clerk resigned his position
in the department and left Washington
for no one knew where. The other day
he returned with a wife, and has been
warmly welcomed by his old friends. The
rest of the story is very simple and natu
ral. He corresponded with his English
friends after they left, and especially with
the young lady. One day he received a
letter from her stating that her father had
died leaving her all his fortune, and also
leaving her very lonely and heartbroken.
The young man's sympathies were arous
ed. It was his plain duty to go and see
her, keep her company and try to amend
her fractured heart. He took the chances,
left his situation, went to London and was
soon at her side. In a few months the
couple were married, and the wife the
poor young clerk brought back to Wash
ington was the pretty English girl to
whom he was polite soraeyears before.
It always pays politeness !
THE FINE IEON
Is landing her Cargo in
Splendid Order !
VERY FULL ASSORTMENT
Raisins; Encalyptns from Seed.
The Melbourne, Australia, Leader gives
the following in reply to a correspondent
as to the best method of growing the eu
calyptus from seed :
The better your soil is worked the
greater will be your success, for the
plants will repay any extra expense in
preparing the soil The sooner you com
mence preparations the better. Indeed, it
would have been a great advantage had
you broken the ground in spring, and al
lowed it to fallow. Not having done so,
we recommend yon to subsoil it, first
turning a shallow furrow with the plow,
and following with the subsoiler as deep
as you like. Then, towards the end of
winter, when it has become sufficiently
mellow through the influence of the at
mosphere and rains, work it to a fine tilth
with scarifier and harrow, and it will be
ready to receive either plants or seeds. It
is nearly immaterial whether you sow the
seeds on the ground or put in plants.
Yon may rear a good plantation by cither
method if the management is good. We
shonld prefer to sow tho seeds on the
gronnd, though that method requires more
attention than the other. You might try
both plans. At any rate you should rear
a number of plants for the purpose of fill
ing vacancies should any occur. The seed,
if sown on the ground, should be put in
sometime in August, according to the
condition of the weather. Put three or
four seeds in a patch, and afterwards thin
out the weakest plants. Both seeds and
plants should be set in straight lines, for
the convenience of using a horse-hoe to
keep down weeds for two or three years
until the trees are sufficiently established.
The trees may stand as close as eight
feet apart. If you have any artificial
means of raising seedlings, you might ob
tain seeds and sow tbem at once, so as to
have plants ready for putting out next
DISPATCH LIRE FJM SM FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
JfrrrhanJiso received Statrafra Frss aaaj
BfcfnVl Mlh asjT&OCM I
OD hipaiDtH hf tbfH lifts.
C IMWQ A CO.
BOSTON ARD HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
JB C. Brewer A Co. Agents.
JHMe nvoratls i
aaoasor storage and nl
1 ' " smB
Bon.. Wo, iUmSl
storage and htpmnt .if Oil,
nthsr Merchandise to New Bt-lfnrd. Bortoa. Xrw York
ntber Kaatrrn Porta.
a leawrni , co
NUS8E Y & PILLING.
PARK vFOBKS, LEEDS.
THE LITTLE STRANGER, 3. 3s.
THE IMPROVED LITTLE STRANGER !
UASD LOCK STITCH (SBCTTLM,)
5 4 4s.
THE "XUSSEY PILLINO"
NEW FAMILY SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
(SHUTTLE) JB? lOs.
The NOISELESS TUDOR
FOS TAILORIXQ AXD MAXPrACTVMIXO
(SHUTTLE) JC8 10.
Wheeler & Wilson's Machines.
jsT" Merchants aad Shippers supplied. "Vat
LoxDoa Orrtcs :
, E. WILSON, M FALCON SQUARE.
LONDON. E. C. ENGLAND.
5r Messrs. NFSSEY A PILLINU asilartaka tka
Purchase fur Foreign Buyers, ot all etaseas of Bri'ua
Mad E.ioisns. Macbi.ikrv, UaaDwaai, Wooun
a.io Sort Uoods. MS-ly
1 OH SALE
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
mONS BEST SMITHS' COAL,
X Tons Beat Glasgow Splint Steam Coal,
Bar Iron, in assorted sises.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS!
In I dos. cases of the celebrated manufacture of
JOHN GILLON A Co., Glasgow.
ALSO A FEW OF
Smith & Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Highly recommended bj tho who have tried
thorn, still on ii.it, 1, and will be dispoted
of at LOW Rates, to suit the times.
GREAT CARE FOR THIS MARKET !
FINE PIIINTS OF FAVORITE AND
BROWN AND WHITE COTTONS, DENIMS,
WOOLLENS, LINENS, VELVET RUGS.
6ILKS, LACES, HABERDASHERY,
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S SCARFS,
MUSLINS, BATISTES, Ao., Ao., As.
Bagging, Saddles and Canvas.
A French Report ot tbe Scandal.
This is the way a Frenchman reported
the Brooklyn scandal : " One Grand Ec
clesiastical Scandal. Great excitement in
New York and Brooklyn. Three Clergy
men in moosh Trouble. Mons. Moultonrr,
Tiltong, and Beechare have one grand
controversee. Mons. Moultong is ze pas
torr of zo Plemoz Shnrch, of New York,
discovered by Columbus, Ohio, in 1492.
Mons. Moultong is accuse of taking ze im
propare libertee wiz ze wife of Theodore
Beechare, who is Mrs. Harriot Beechare
Stowe, ze mozare of Onkle Tom, ze blind
pianist. Mons. Beechare also is accuse of
ze impropare libertee wiz Mad. Tiltong,
daughter of Susan B. Anthony, sistare of
Mark Antony, who was made love wiz
Cleopatra. Mons. Tiltong have cause ze
separashong of Mons. Beechare and his
wife. She resides in ze seety of Brooklyn,
where he has moved into Elizabeth, New
Jersee. Ze confrresashong of ze Plemoz
Rock Shnrch vill not permit Mons. Moul
tong to preesh longer from zat poolpet.
Ze greatest excitement prevails." Oar
French Friend appears to understand this
matter as clearly as though he had a
" statement" to make.
CASKS COAL TAB FOR SALE BY
8 BOLLES I CO.
Toys, Books, Piano Fortes!
Bass' Ale, Blood's Ale and Porter,
Tennent's Ale, Ind Coopo A Co.'s Ale,
Martell's, Ilennessej's, and Robin's Brands of
Wines and Spirits,
English Soap, Earthenware, Glassware,
Pipes, Forniture, Paints, Oil,
BRASS AND IRON BEDSTEADS
Portland Cement, Corrugated Iron, Hoop Iron,
Fencing Wire, Hollow-ware,
BEST WELSH STEAM COAL,
Ono Pair of
WESTON'S PATENT CENTRIFUGALS !
With improTed Wrought Iron Monitor Cast
ings. Explosion Proof,
PRINT SAMPL.ES !
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
RI LED CAP PAPEB 12, 11 and It Iba, to tba
Legal Cap Paper Is and 16 lbs. to Uie ream.
Broad and Narrow BUI Papera.
Fine Holed Letter Paper.
Commercial and French Ruled Note Paper.
Ladies' Baronial Paper and Envelopes, (new styles.)
Ladles' White and Pink Initial Paper and Envelopes.
Ladlea' Plain White Initial Paper and Envelope
great variety of aU kinds and sixes of Envelopes.
For sale by
to) 2m H. at. WHITNEY.
ASF-S PK A CITES, PEAKS,
lbssss u sassaa,
BOLLES A CO
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEAM CLARIFIERS, 400 and 500 tails
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Cases rieidseick's Champagne,
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases ilennessy's 1, 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandy,
Cases Best Claret,
Cases Best Scotch Whiskey,
Cases Uest Holland Uin,
Baskets Bast Holland Oin, stone jags.
Cases Best Old Tom Oin, Cases Assorted Clarets.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES!
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Best Pale Sherry,
Cases Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Ilennessy's Pale Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Caaks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Rum.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pint and Quarts.
Blood, Wolfe A Co's India Pale Ale, pts and qts.
Baas A Co's India Pala Ala, pints and quarts.
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI!
'tWA-H XXX UTOIT, In atone Jujpt.
QUARTS A Nil PINTS.
PORT WINE, 1st S doa. raies ; SIIEBVt V Wlss
In S doa. raaea, oranperior quality.
JSi F. T. LENEHAN A CO.
r e a.
(-rood for Chirkea ?td. eta
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FLEEWOOD, of the Best Quality
Cat np if r-i .. r'.J.
JAM, I. IMtWflaCTT.
5K lm Cornw-t- Qttspgo ani Fort Strvvt-t-
B. H. Lyons' Compound
FOB THE WORST
CHRONIC OR RECENT DISEASES.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia. Sore, mean, Krvpuoa,
Skin Diseases, Female Irregularities and Gen
eral Debility, Asthma, Disaasea of the
Throat, Liver and Kidneys.
PURIFYING THE BLOOD !
By giving Health and Tone to the Oastric Jsuasar
Sea Direetioas for Using
B. H. LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND
DILLINGHAM f ., Hgnts.
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
Possesses a good assortment of
JOB PRINTING TYPE,
Well adapted to the Printing of
POSTERS OF ANY SIZE!
E lTUF.lt IX PLAIX OH
A. W. PIR & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
Flour db Bread '.
Lime and Cement,
By Steamer trm Sao Francisco,
Potatoes, Onions, &c.
Brand' Bomb Lancet,
Perry Davit' Painkiller,
. ,Pnuloa Salt Work.
HOTEL BILLS OF FARE.
LA W BLANKS,
BOOKS and PAMPHLETS,
stc, Mr,., tte.
BOLLES Ac o5T
No. 34 Queen Street,
LTATE FOR SALE.
Hemp aad Manila Cerftaf.. all snas.
J-atent and FUa Beak final, all saaa.
Anchors aad Cbaia Caalaa. us is Had hssw.
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Twtaa
Waal, aad Spam Oil
Aad a General
Groceries and Ship
J9 All of whieh will fa MM sal the it
For bj BOLUB A CO.