THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
1H :X 'ETEXDEKT FATES,
BY HENRY M. WHITNEY,
Every HHio.dni Mnli(,
I T FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
M 'ai or jicrjiA'ce.
KrH( nkKrlktri, S.00 to IIO.OU.
Office In the new Post Office Building
Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. L
I ke World iind I.
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE.
A WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PEOGEESS.
'JLrZ? I lw. I la. 1 .!.
VOL. XI,NO. 31. 1
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1875.
I WHOLE NO. 551.
a..- lift be (Ud or do.
TVe nnn mm, the mwn r.
The Low g-nv avk with dilnr, le.rea ;
lad. b&c btie.Ui Ihm mi. ;
TH. Mn wither to U( now ;
Tbee dews th. esmawf end aod go,
Wh.tner tL.c 1U b. (U or t,.
w - r. l.f. t aed
The com, the wistsn to.
Tin euoabii.e .lav. with baby
rntaB boiM the MIW ;
Tb l(rly wisd-flowere baud nd blow ;
Tbwi doth tM winter .nd ud tu,
Wbtb Br life to wad or WO.
Yet stotb.: Nature finihiM
A I .i ud patient ..d,.,ii i ,
1. say on heart I And tbe charm
To WMJr. to: teud.r, dw .nd warn ;
" um'-r sunshine, winter sad snow,
8he cuwps me, mm or gisd or no.
The wmj Tor a desolate old bachelor to secure
better quarters it to lake a " belter half."
' No. ma am," said a jeweler to a beantifol
lady, " I can't trail any bod v these days. I would
doi even trait ruy leelinge."
The Columbus Journal, describing an Ohio pol
itician, says : " lie it an honest roan by profes
sion and he earns his bread by the sweat of his
" What kind orsaaaages is them?" queried an
old lady of ibe youog man of literature and pea
nuts, as he passed through the train selling ba-
As IllmoiE woman who wanted to go to a
masquerade party as Mary, Queen of Scots, looked
through Ibe bible to ascertain bow the character
" Minnie, I'm in such a quandry ; for if I tarn
Diy back on Charley, be becomes offended al
once, and if I don't be can't see my new buckle.
Wbut shall I do r
" Husband,' taid the wife of a young clergy
man, " read me one of your sermons ; I fee
dreadfully wakeful to night, and I wish to sleep.'
Scene in a Western Restaurant ; Entomologist
"Can you grill as a kidney?" Waiter " No
sir." Entom ologist (musingly) " (jrylius a
We have heard of asking for bread and receiv
ing a stone, but a gentleman may be considered
as still worse treated when be asks for a lady's
Land and receives her father's foot.
You remember Ida Lewis, don't you heroine
handsome famed ? Well, she weighs exactly
ICO pounds now, and to see her trotting a bald
headed baby as BJe peels the potatoes for dinner
takes all the romance away. Excfiange.
Tbe Chicago Timet man says that no newspa
per man who spells its name with a hyphen
will go to heaven. Six months from now, when
the Times is consolidated with the later-Ocean,
becoming the Chicago Inter-O'-Times. and the
writer of the above assertion is a fugitive and 01
bis way to St Loaie, he will remember bow rash
ly be expressed himself. Louisville Courier
A Irriswold street fruit seller yesterday 00
aerved an old man pinching a cocoannt and band
ling it as if he had bold of an apple, and be
stepped to the door and asked : " Would you like
to bay a nat?" " Wall, I thought some of it,"
replied the old man; but I gness I'll wait till
tbey get a little softer its coming on to the
sickly season and a feller ought to be careful
Detroit Free Press.
When the late Dr. Scudder (senior) of India,
was arousing the children of America to care for
the heathen, he received a cote from a little boy
who bad beard him, saying, " My dear Dr. Scud
der, I send you ten cents. When you want any
more money, write to me."
A little boy accosted a gentleman on the street
in Portland the other day with, " Mister, can you
fix things ?" " Well, I don't know, I can fix some
things. What is it ?" " Can yon fix my collar ?
There's a pin slicking into me. and oar folks are
so busy about the Centennial they can't do it."
A lady was showing little Zaidee some pictures
of birds, among which was a nightingale. The i
lady told ZaiJee that il was a bird which sang I
beautifully in the night, adding, " We have no
nightingales in this country as tbey have in Eng
land." " No." replied Zaidee promptly, " bat we
hare cats that sing in the night , I often hear
A little fire year-old boy was being instructed
in morals by his grandmother. The old lady told
him that snch terms as " By golly," " By jingo,"
" By thunder." etc, were only little oalhs, and
bat little belter than other profanity. In fact,
she said, he could tell a profane oatb by the pre
fix " by." All such were oaths. " Well, then,
grandmother." said the little hopeful. " is ' by
Telegraph,' which I soe in the newspapers swear
ing ?" " Xo," said the old lady, " that's only
Two boys, pocked away in a sugar hogshead
behind one of the stores yesterday, were heard
talking as follows : First boy" So yon have
to work in the garden, eh ?" Second boy " Yes
and its just a killin' me by inches 1" First boy
" I see il is. but we can fix it. I'll come around
there to-night and hoe op all the cabbages, and
you git np afore daylight and pull up all the
onions, and then well have good times all the
rest of the summer." Detroit Free Press.
Persons who are weary of Baying, " How doth
the little busy bee," may try the following Chi
nese version :
How 1 SI. belly small chin-chin atiar-bue
Iio-lai lOVMove ebiv amy tninnlt ail a time.
iiprrmc onrl of the Hum niian In.
liinsL July T.-rni. A. 1. 175.
A7.V7 AM AM () n. All FAI , OUaarraa,)
Opinion by Harris. J :
The iibellant, a Hawaiian woman, files a peti
tion for the annulment of her marriage with the
libellee, a Chinaman, alleging that she had been
married to the libellee in this country on the 15th
day of Dec., 1870, but that the libellee, Ah Kai,
had been married previoasly in Cantou in China,
and that the wife which be then married is now
living and has never been divorced and therefore
remains his lawful wife.
The petitioner asks that ber marriage with the
libellee may be declared nail by the authority of
the 1315th Section of the Civil Code, which
reads as follows :
"A marriage may be declared nail on the
groand that one of the parties has an undivorced
husband or wife living on the appuoation of
either of the parlies daring the lifetime of the
other, or on the application of such former hus
band or wife."
The 1284th Section of the Civil Code reads as
" In order to validate the marriage contract it
shall be necessary that toe u,..;, shall
nol have at the lime a wife living."
It appears from the whole statement of the
case, thai both of these parlies are anxious lo get
rid of any obligation that may have been upon
Ibem by reason of their alleged marriage. To
this end the libellee in this case, some months
ago, filed a libel against the Iibellant, but his pe
tition was denied by Mr. Justice Judd on gronods
which were deemed sufficient by him, and among
them, that the man knew of his previous mar
riage if any existed, at the time of contracting
this one and should not be relieved from the ef
fect of his own wrong. It follows, as a matter of
course, that neither of these parlies have any in
terest in defending this suit, which imposes upon
the Court the necessity of watching narrowly for
On the 20th of May, 1874, the Legislature
passed the following rather peculiar enactment :
" Be it enacted, 4c, Sec L Xo marriage of
a Hawaiian woman with a Chinaman shall be in
valid by reason of a previous marriage of such Chi
naman in China ; provided that such marriage
shall have been unknown to such Hawaiian wo
man at the time of her marriage.
Sec. 2. Au. laws inconsistent herewith are
Mr. Justice Harris intimated at the hearing
before him, that he was of the opinion that this
F. R. in i Tim ,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office at Mr. STRF.HZt Stirr. corsar of Port sad Hotel eta.
Raatd.oc corner or Snoanu ssd Enkul atieeta.
Office boars, V 11 A. m. 647 -3m
C W BROn
M0XT00MKBT SQUARE, orer Smith', BriJga.
F. T. I.I -Mill I A Co.,
Importers and Commission Agents and Wholesale
Dealers in General Mereh indite
Queen St., next to the Office or J. I
tt. Ea,. fir
HOI. I ... A CO.,
Ship Chandler! and Commission Merchants.
Importer and Dealer, in General Merchandtae.Qu.en Stroet,
Honolulu. Hawaiian Ialaada.
Aw"" Arents fur the Kaoosksksi, MoanaJna, and KakaaVo
Salt Works. tm It
C. I. LEWIBS. J. 0. DICKSOB
LGWEKN aft. IIICKMIA,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
And all klnda of Bull ding Material , Fort ctreet, Honolnla
I". P. AD.DI8,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Queen Street, Honolulu, 0. I. 647-lyJ
E. O. II A I.I. aV -.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
Dry Oooda, Paints, Oila and Orneral Merchandise,
l v Oorner Port and King its.
al, 9. CLB4BOK. JTltO. t.
A. S. X Co..
Iiporruj At itCTi iv
Oon.tr Qqmd and Kavahamau n StrwU,
tvM lj Nntuiiv St., ud corner Fort -ml IT -t el St
at. I. miiL. ft. w. LAIS I.
i i.i i i . a i,mi:.
GROCERIES VND PROVISION DEALERS
Famllj Grocery ao Stora,
1 j 69 Fort -1 r v-1 . IIoDolBla.
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
03 Front Ktreet. earner or Clay,
SAM I HIM IM O.
9 Psrticulsr attention paid to Coosbjnments of Island
Produce. 644 ly
TH 0 9I AH LACK,
2bf5 Succeaaor to John BTaBw
Machinist, Lock and Gun Smith
Sewloc Machines repaired: Dealer in Sporting O.iods
Agent for theCelebrsted PIlREJfCE SKWI NO M ACIIINtS
40, Port 9treet. Honolulu, U. I. Wc-ly
II. B. McIMTYRK Sc. IIKOTIIKK,
GROCERY, FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fort strswts.
W I j! HtMii A CO.
Beat Pilot Bread and Crackers slwsjra on hand.
Nuusnn soil Bsretsnis Streets,
IIII.I.IV.HUI A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cutlerj, Dry Gooda, Psinta and Oila, and Oeneral Mer-
chandlae, So. 06, King Street, Honolulu.
uu. o. h. cijmniives,
HOMEOPATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
bU HONOLPIiP, H. I. ly
No. 8 Nrmano sir rt, Honolnla.
A I.I.I Sc CHILLIS UWOBT1I,
vnlleontinne theOenerslMerchandtaesnd Snlppingbaalnese
at the shore port, where tbej are prepared to farniah the
Juetly celebrated Kswsihse I'otatoea, and anch other Re
cruit, sa are required by whaleehlpe, at the aborteat notice
snd on tbemo,t reasonsble terma. Firewood slssya on
II. HACKFELU A CO.,
OENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Onsen Street. Honolnla, II. I. & ly!
F. A. 8CHAEFER,
a GENT of Bremen Board of Underwrltrs,
Agent of Dreaden Board of Underwriter,,
t..l nf VUnm lt..nl i.f I' n .1 itu rit kt,
enactment was void as being contrary to public i c,a,nNr0.1 i,r.nc. c..m,.oi,. within the juriMllctlon
Oo, pick,-' np ating-bng juice all s day
All kin places, 'loan' flowela Jnat got boated.
An etomological poet out in Coffejrille. Kan
sas, is inspirod to the following, wbicb outside of
its hbgfa poetical merit, possesses great statistical
" Should millions into million, mnlUplisd be ;
With ten million urns, baa Billion mors,
'Twould scarcely represent a mlllionetb of
The snwwiipfWl that naaa oar dour."
The Grand Dake Alexis of Rossis who once
paid America a visit, has just spoiled little plan
that papa formed of sending him oat of the conn
try on a loop voyage, by marrying the daughter
of a wealthy baron, in defiance of the law which
forbids the onion of a prince or the blood with
subjects. The " old man " can't do anything
about it, however, for the ntoghty coople have
been united by the formula of the Greek church,
which allows no divorce, and they are spending
the honeymoon at Dresden, awaiting the abate
ment of the Czar's wrath. The bride is 19 bean
tifol ud neb and the groom is 24.
policy and sound morality. But it was evident
that if the enactment had any binding effect the
petition mast be denied, and that as the Supreme
Court would sit in Banco in a few days, he
thought it most for poblic jostice that the peti
tion shoold be denied on the authority of that
enactment, from which decision an appeal could
be taken, and the validity or invalidity ol the
statute be antboralively determined ; and as it
would be of no ose to go into the case very
thoroughly, because that, if the enactment was
held to be binding, it would be labor lost. lie
was therefore williog to take the testimony taken
in the former case between the same parties as
though it were given in this, and deny the peti
tion on the ground of the statute, and take the
opinion of the Supreme Court oo the point of its
It must be apparent to any person that if the
Chinese marriage is valid and this law has any
effect, a Chinaman may have two wives in this
country, for oo the advent of bis Chinese wife
into this country, and claiming him for ber hus
band, her marriage would be held valid if the case
of Wai See and Ching See vs.
is to be, and the Hawaiian woman's
marriage is Dot to be declared invalid, thereby
Bigamy is established in favor of Chinamen.
Now, if in favor of Chinamen and not in favor of
any other race of men, then there is a .clear viola
tion of the 13th Article of the Constitotion,
which reads :
" The King conducts bis government for the
common good and not for the profit or interest
of any one man, family or class of men among his
subjects, that is to say, laws have to be passed
bearing upon all persons alike."
But if the repealing clause in the Second Sec
tion is to be taken literally, then the provision of
the 1264th Section, previously quoted, is re
pealed ; for il is clearly inconsistent with the Act
under consideration, and it will follow, that it is
oo longer necessary in this country, in order to
validate the marriage contract, that a man
should not have a wife living, that he may take a
wife here notwithstanding that he has a wife liv
ing : it is likewise inconsistent with Chapter 13
Section 1 of the Penal Code, which defines and
punishes Polygamy, and would operate to repeal
This could not have been the intention of the
Legislature ; the Act is inconsistent with the
provisions of the Constitution and contrary to
public policy and sound morality, and by virtue of
the authority vested in this Court, by the 824th
Section of the Civil Code, most be declared null
aod void, aod is hereby so declared.
The cease is remanded to the Justice before
whom the case was brought for bearing upon the
facts aod be will take the testimony in the case
fully, without reference to the testimony taken in
any other case between the same parties.
J. P. Green for Iibellant.
A. S. Hartwell for libellee.
Elisha H. A ;.: rs
Cbas. C. Habbis,
A. Francis J udd,
Honolnla, Joly 28th, 187S.
of the shore Boards of Underwriter,, will here to lie certi
fied to by the shore agent to make them valid. ; 1
BICIIABU W. BK'KKKTO,
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
J. W. Austin', former Office, over Ilenry M. Whitney's
ACCOUNTS AND BILLS COLLECTED,
Drafting. Bookkeeping, Copying.
Cuatomkowe Burine and Oeneral Commitnout care
fully executed. 627-3 m
WILDER & CO.,
bnccsssKtra to Doweett A Co., Corner Port snd Queen etreete
Lumber. Faints, Oil, Nails, Salt and Buildiog
(63T iy) Materials, of every kind.
ED. HOFFSCHXAEOER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Honolnla, Qshn, II. I. 686 lyl
E. 4. HITCHCOCK,
ATTORNEY-AT-L AW. HILO, HAWAII.
Bills Tromptly Collected.
: II. BKOW.,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
And Agent for baking Acknowledgments of Inatroments for
' the Iiland of Oshu.
No. 8 Kaahumaitu Street, nonnluln, II. I.
ALFRKD tK lltlil 111 I.I.,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
499 Office Orer Hoffmsnn', Drug Store. ly
EDWARD T. O'llALLOBAI,
Attorney and Solicitor,
IS AITHOBIZF.D TO I.EKD FROM 8200
la dlO.OOO, on Moruiraxe of FroWmlds at lowest rate.
of Interest, tr" Aents In London, and in all parts of
Office on Fort Street, (opposite Mr. Ira IUcbardson'a
Store,, Honolulu. 615-3m
Agent to take Acknowledgments for Labor
600 Interior Office, Honolulu. ly
J OH H. PAT1,
Notary Poblic and Commissioner of Seeds
For the State of Cslifornls. Office st the Bsnk of Bishop
Co., Ksshumsuu Street, Honolulu. 621-ly
Mr. Gladstone. The storm created by the pub
lication of Mr. Gladstone', pamphlet on the Vatican
Deo rest has settled into a stiff bratta, which seemi
likely to blow for a long time to come, being occa
sionally varied by strong gusts. Moat of thee, last
com, from Irishman, either in the "onld country''
or America. Their language ii certainly strong If
their arguments are weak. With truly Hibernian in
consistency, they declare that Mr. Gladstone', state
ments are not worth noticing, and then proceed to
poor forth a torrent of Billingsgate npon the daring
pamphleteer. In the meantime, the 6d edition of the
pamphlet is selling at the rate of 1000 a day, while at
one time the rate was 7000 daily. Of the two editions
combined, over 130,000 copies hare been sold, so that
Mr. Gladstone most have pocketed a pretty penny by
the publication. A twelfth edition of the n amber of
the Contemporary Review, containing Mr. Gladstone's
first contribution to this controversy, has been issued.
The Bight Hon. gentleman is now bard at work on
the compilation of a Homeric Dictionary, and some
papers on Homer. It is said he is so enamoured of
hi, literary la boors as to be unwilling to take a very
active part in politics for at least a session to come.
Dr. . TROI "SSEAIJ,
Office and Drug S tore. Cor. of Fort and Merchant Sts,
Ml HONOLULU. ly
DR. HOTT SMITH,
flaring reaomed practice, can be found st bia room, over
B Strebi A Co.', Drug Store, corner of Fort sod Hotel Sts.
THOS. ... THRUM,
Stationer, News Dealer and Book
binder. Merchant Street, Honolulu. AIM Stencil Cutting. En
graving, Csligrsphy aad Copying, promptly execnted on
reasonsble term. 617-ly
iioxm i i sou' works,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor of the snore Worka ia prepared to supply his
Ca.t0wl.rs, and tbe pobUc in general, with tbs best quality
Yellow Soap. Sort Soap always on hand.
The Highest Price PaHorSoap Ortase. 613 ly
C. BREWER & CO.,
)H. A. I. CARTER, 1
r. c. joirn, j. v
J. D. BREWER. )
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
627 Honolnla, Hawaiian Islands. Iy
W. 49. IRWIN eat CO.,
Commission Merchants, Plantation and Insurance
613 Honolnla, Hawaiian Islands. 7y
AFOA'G A. AC III ( k,
Importorsi Wholesale and Betail Dealers in
AndChlnaOooda, in theFire-proof Store cn N'uuana Street,
under the Public Hall. 613-ly
A. W. PEIRCE St CO.,
(Successor, to C. L. RlcHAans A Co.,)
Ship Chandlers and General Commission Merchants
Aleo Agent, for tbe Pnaloa Salt Works.
631 Honolulu. Hawaiian Ietaade. ly
JOH.H T. WATERHOlsE,
IMP0BTEE AMD DEALEB IN GENERAL
Qoeeo Street. Honolulu, H. I. 631 ly
METRO PO l.ITl .MARKET.
C. WALLER, Proprietor
King Street, S3S ly Honolnla.
F. A. (HCHAEFER st CO.,
Importers and Commision Merchants
607J Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. ly
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
la Fsahionabl. Clothing, Hats. Cap,, Boot,, Shoes, aod
.very variety of Oentlemen'i furnishing Goods. Snow',
Bniiding. Merchant Street, Honolulu. 1
n E. STREHZ,
J APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolulu, Oaha.
4ts Keeps open every SATURDAY KVKNING. 625-1 y
FISCHER St WICKE,
OABI NET MAKERS, HOTEL STBEET,
Next door to Strehz's Drug Store.
Furniture made and repaired at reasonable rates. Billiard
Tables repaired and altered. Pianos moved, Ac., Ac.
a- Order, from the other Islands will be promptly at
tended to. 627 ly
s. c. a i . i i : v
aUENT VOB SCKOO.NEBS
Mary Ellen, Fairy Queen,
Pauahi, Actirs. 498 ly
Washingson Meat Market.
Next door to Lov.'i Steam Bakery, Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
F. W. DUNNE, 1'soraiiToa.
Beef, Mutton and Teal of the Best Quality.
Alio, Salt Pork, Salt Beef, Superior Pork Sausages, always
on hand and sold at the Lowest Market Pricea.
621 Meat, delivered to all part, of the City. r1y
Mo, SI Fort Street, Odd Fellows' Hall.
Importer of and Dealer in Dry Goods and
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
FURXISU1XQ GOODS, cU., ore., ere.
TTTTiirsJ I I The Hisrbewt Price paid for GREEN
rj.lLEiO 1 .nd DRY HIDES.
Also Fl'Ll' land TOFFEE I SOS-ly
M. T. DOvELL,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
Km; Street, nonoiulu, opposite Lewla' Cooper Shop. Will
tOSj bay and mII contl-hand Farnitore. . ly
C K. Wll.IslATlf,
MANUFACTURER. IMPORTER AND DEALER
Id FariUtnreof eTTTlacriptloD. Furnitnre Ware-Rnomi on
Fori Street, nnrnMite CbutVi Phot, em, li Gallery. Work
hop at the .1.1 atavntl no Hmti Street, heir Fort.
Oritertffrom theotber Ulan tin protnptl.Tattended to.
Mt 1)1. .' A St JOHAHO.f,
542 Kaaliumanu St., oppoalte Mr. O. Rhode Store ly
. H. niTCHCOCK.
Hllo, Hawaii. 638-ly
C. S. BARTOW, Anctiosaeer.
Salesroom on Qneen Street, one door from Kaahumanu
M. S. GRHIIAi n St CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boota, Shoe, aod
very variety of Uenllemen'a auperior Furnishing Goods.
Store in Makee'i Block, Qneen Street, Honolulu, 11. 1.
Corner of Hotel and Fort Streets.
THE IIIOIIIM AM BEAT OF VI. KS.
WINES snd -I'l l: n always to be found at the Bar.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Risks iNsi-REn nin.niwtjs. n eb
cbaadkM and Furnitnre. oo liberal terms, by
IL HACKFKLD A CO., Afrata
May n. 187S. an ly
H0BTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LOSDOS ASID EDIXBCBOR.
15. F. I III.I IO St CO.,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND OENERAL
Flre-proofStor. onForl8tsboveOddyellow, Hall. 501-ly
. If. CASTLE. J. B. ATBERTOX. 1. P. COOK I
CASTLE & C00EE,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Dealers in General Merchandise,
No. 60 King Street. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islandc.
Tbe Union Insurance Companj of San Francisco.
Tbe New England Mutual Life Insurance Co., Boston.
The Kobala Plantation,
Hie Haiku Fiantaiiun,
The Oregon Pncket Line,
Dr. Jayne t Son' Celebrated
Wheeler Wilaon'a Sewing
W. II. luilcy'i I'UDtatlon.
BISHOP & CO.,
HOIOLULC, i i t HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
naaw excbanos on
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : SIN FRANCISCO
AID TBEIB AGISTS IB
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, : : : : LON DON
A SD VBZIS BB4BCBIS IB
And transact s Oeneral Banking Dnslness. V-ly
IIIEO. II. DAVIE8,
Liti Jasios, Gum A Co.
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
axd lasm roi
Lloyd'i and tho Liverpool Underwriter!,
Brltiih and Foreign Marine Iaiurance Company, and
Northern Amu rune Company. 620-ly
OUGAR NOW COMING IN and for sale
kj in quantities to suit purchasers by
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins
CONSTANTLY OM HAND and for Sale,
from the well-known
WAIMEA TANNEKY, C. KOTLEY, Prop'r
M2-ly A. S. CLiallORN A CO., Asent,.
PURE LIME JUICE
Warranted to keep on the Longest Voyage
In 2, 3, and S gallon Demijohns,
Prepared by George Morris
KALIHI, 0AHTJ, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
For gale by O. Brewer & Co.
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
GREY & CO.
Mannlactnrers aod Dealers ia
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS !
Leleo, King St., Honolulu.
BEEF, MUTTON AND O0AT TALLOW WANTED.
CAPITA!. tt. OOO, 000
AeesuBanlavted suwd Invested Fand, 9,e)3S,118
HE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP-
PiiISTKO AtlKNTS fur the Sandwich Islands, and ar.
.othoriaed to Insure aaraiast Plre ujion favorable terms.
Rlaks tsk.n In .ay part of thelaUadaon Wooden Rui Mines
and Msrchaodlse torl therein. Dwelling Hcaass and Vnrn
ture, Tlmher. Coals. Ships in harbor with or without c.rgn.4
or avisf repair. HI lyl KD. HOSTSCnLAlOER A CO.
TUNNEL AND SMELTING COMPANY !
Mineral King Mining District, Tulare
County, State of California.
Pitta re ol Stock for Sale In above) Company.
sr bee PRMPECTtm -ssa
mo am C. S. BARTOW, Agent.
ii vniti c4.ii-uki:mi:
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED having been ap
pointed Agents of th. above Company, ar. prepared
to insure riaka .gsinet Fire, on Stone snd Bricks. B nl Ict
Itafra, and on Bf erelkandlae stored therein, tio the
most favorable terma. For particulars apply at theofflcaol
tr-ly P. A. aCllAEFKK A CO.
THE VN DERSIGNiCD. AGENTS OF THE
AboY CompsAoy, I; n . bn aathorlttwl to lainr riaka
oa Cargo, Freight anil Treaiare, from Ilooolala
to nil port of the world, mud TiceTtrtm.
6&-y H. HACKFKLD CO.
THE AGENT FOR THE BRITISH For
ttgn Marina Inanran. Company, (U mi tad), baa re
ealred inatrnctiona to redne tba raiea ot lamranca
btwen Ilonolnlit ami Porta In th Pacific, mad la now pra
paretltolaiue Policiet at the Lotoett Bates, with a ipwcla
rtnlactlon on Freight per Steamers.
TIIKO. H. DAVTI63
Agstnl Brit. For. Mar. Ins. Co. Li mitetl
Insurance Company of California
THE VNOERSJIUNED ARE A l"T II OK I ZED
On Cargo, Freight and Treasure
From llonululu to all parts of the world,
I'oaaler, ly Hpeclal PemlaisiIOM I
On the most favorable terms.
w. a IBWIN A CO..
IS 1 -.!
Qwartar of Colama.
Third al Coluaaa..
11 00 IS 00
: M I
tatlaas Cards, wben
satlMtawaaaats, whm paM or cbarxwd faavtavry.
If. B. All Ibrelgn Bali Mlleasaa.t, moat h
with th. pay. when ordered ia. or ae snOs 1
tbeas. Tbs rates or esnwaa,
r.nu",n,.., BSS Kl.t.'-'l AT
serlpslDae mmj be aadw bp tsool, oabi or a eaw
be Uken o
B-ston Board of Vadenrriters.
Sail TS for the Hawaiian Islands,
C. IRXWIE 4 CO.
Philadelphia Board of Vatienrriters.
AGENTS for the Hawaiian lalanda,
sr-iy a BRirria a oo.
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY,
FIRE ABD MARINE INSURANCE.
Willi unlimited nabfltty of lanareholdms-)
" See to't well, protect yourself SwaJCBarXABa.
HSURiUCE I6IIHST LOSS BT FIRE,
Of every ileorrlptloii of property may be effected with
this Company at moderate rate.
Merchandise, Goods and Freight Insured,
Agents for tbe Hawaiian lalanda.
flClx Orders and Bills left at Ira
Richardson's Boot and Shoe
Store, will meet with
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
AFONtl t ACHUCK.
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
CAMPBELL St TURTON, Proprietors.
Crop of Sugar of superior quality, now coming
in and for sale in quantities to snit by
5i2-3m H. HACKFELD A CO.
in qnantities to suit purchasers, by
542-3m C. BREWER CO., Agents.
Kevy Crop of Ntasrssr St M olastoes
NOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALB IN QDAN
tities to mit purchasers by
S42-3m C. BREWER t CO., Agents.
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
ri'HE UNDER8IGNED CONTINUE TC
A. pav the highest market price for Dry Hide,,
Ooat Skins and Ooat Tallow.
542-3m C. BREWER A CO.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TO
bay Wool, at good prices. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly desired to make
freight (M2-3mi C. BRBWKR A CO.
HONOLULU IRON WOEKS CO.
f-pfSL STEAM ENGINES, Sitar Mill.,
SsnUnawasBollers, Coolers, Iron, Bras, and Lead Caatinga
Machinery of Every Description,
aV Had. to Order, '.a
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing
49- JOB WORK executed on tbe ihorteit notice. 603-ly
O. SaaaiuB. a. Kiavua.
. si t.i i ki; da: c
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nuaann Street, oetween Merchant and Qneen
HaveconiUntlyoa hand, Stove,, Plpe.Oalranlied
fJEBv Iron Pipe, Plata and Hose;BlbU,8top-cocka, India
BP Rubber Hose best 3-ply, in lengtha of 25 and 60
kfeet, witbcouplifss ud pipe complete. Batb-Tnbs,
pfSBIandalsoa very largeatock of Tinware of every de-acription.
Particular attention given to Ship-Work. Orderafrom th.
other Islands will be carefully attended to.
Thankful to the Citlssas of flonolala and tb. Island,
generally for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by
strict attention to business to merit th, ,sme for the future
R. C. K I B B Y
ro. S3 Fort Street,
(Opposite the Farnitare Ware Rooms of Mr. Williams,)
IIAVIXU HAD HABIT TEAKS EX-
Watch Jobbing in all its Branches,
Solicits a share of the patronage of the citizens of this
Kingdom : fine work betas a specialty, and asttafactlon
guaranteed in all i sai,
Mr. K. SMITH having withdrawn oo account or 01
health, I will continue to Replete with Silver both German
Silver and Britannia.
Will alao Repair Sewing Saasralnea,
Manufacture Canes. 8et Shells In Gold or Silver ; In short,
will mend any small thing that la broken la Uold Mirer,
Steel or Ivory. ladies are particularly Invited to call and
examine the DOMESTIC SKWIXU MACHINE
S07-ly B. C. KABBY.
Pish., Poultry, Vegetables, &c,
Fnrnlataed to Order.
JM X Tit AS.- Tn il j s and Thai rod ay a Veal,
(Unless otherwise ordered.)
The Proprietor having erected a neat and commodlou
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining the Family Moat Market, will be prepared to
promptly avnd iwUiilawtTtoiiiy fill order for eTerj'tiiLnic re
quisite to furnish the tables with all the Substaotlals and
Delicacies tbe country affords.
rsrSblpplnfr supplied on Short TTotlce.-Mt
Meats, c, delivered to all parts of the city without ex
tra charge. W 8m E. H. BOYD.
B. H. Lyons' Compound
FOB THE WORST
CH ROIC OR RECENT DISEASES,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sores, Ulcer,, Eruptions,
Skin Diseases, Female Irregularities and Gen
eral Debility, Asthma, Diseases of the
Throat, Liver and Kidneys.
PURIFYING THE BLOOD !
By giving Health and Tone to tho Gastric Jnicet.
See Directions for Using
B. H. LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND'
DILLINGHAM & Co., Agents.
Of SAN FRANCISCO.
riRE AND MARINE,
Cash Capital, Isrold, .;oo,noo.
By writing small lines on carefully selected risks
well distributed, offers
IM)i:iMH V BKCOiVD TO m05E.
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
BISHOP A CO.,
515 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islamle.
Br aSaaiiun, and aairars rsaaa.
avsr Losses can be made paTaolo 1st niwiefcha
O. If. OWKH.
134 ly. ( At If r. J. T. WateThovaayal A rewt rhr Hooswnro.
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF BAH FRANCISCO.
CASTLE & COOKE, AGENTS
SOS For abo Hawaiian I.laaaata. ly
THE NEW ENGLAND
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston,
) Tear, manrllns I
Policies Issued on the most favorable Termsl
fTb.8 greatest Bisk taken on slin.SSO.OOO
Surplus distributed among the m unfurl
taw. aia.13130.000 ! I
CASTLE & COOKE ACE NTS,
60S FOR THE HAWAII. ISLANDS. ly
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
ASSRTS, llv,o 0,0 O O I
BOOKS & STATIONERY
The Basis of Our Business.
FIRST To Manufacture all inch Books mad St
tionery as can be tlon bro aa well ma ele where, and
hereby directly benefit oar caatomera and onnelraa.
SECOND.-To Bny and Sell Booki and SUtlon
cry to as to mak it to tba in tar eat of dealart and cuo lum
en to come to uu in preference toaending Kaat.
Wn man Dike tn re and Import ever? dvrecrfptlon of Sta
tionery, carryioK lrga itocks of Paper, Knrelopea and Blank
Booki of oor own manafltctnre, nkt, SlatM, ate.
tkWT- Over 1,500 Tarietiea of Blank forma kept In Stock.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO.,
536-1 y Ban Franclaco, Cal.
BIBKT B. WtlXIAMI. Um t. LaXCBAED. CBAS. B. MuROA
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
S3 218 California Street, San Francisco. lr
THE M4MT SKIDMrCL I.waLaVAStK
COKFANT Ui IBs Workl.
CB1ITIRID I2f ISIS.
Has tbe advantage of Western lutes of Interest, Never
lost a dollar of Its Securities and never tula to pay Its
For particulars apply at tbe OIBce of
W. a. IBWT2I A CO
51 lj A sent, for tbe HawaSae lalaiiis.
NUSSE Y & PILLING,
PARK WORKS, LEEDS.
THE LITTLE STBANOEB, 3.3s.
THE IMPROVED LITTLE STRANGER I
HASD LOCK STITCH (SBUTTLS,);
THE " NTJSSEY A PILUNO"
NEW FAMILY SILENT SEWING MACHINE,
(SHUTTLE) CT 10 a.
The NOISELESS TUDOR,
FOR TAILORING AND MAMTFACTURIXO
(SHUTTLE) $8 10.
40 to 50 pounds
per pair at maturity.
from s to SO
montba old, 22
to 40 t each
for sale now.
Bens 14 to IS
0AME3, B RAH HAS, LSGHOHNS, H0UDA3JB.
Lnrs, freah, pare, true to name ; well-paarkexl
waste batch alter arrival.
For niostraled Circular and Price-List, address
M. EYRE, Napa, Cal., U. 8. A.
Wheeler & Wilson's Machines.
Merchants and Shippers supplied.
Lowdou Orrica :
C. B. WILSON, St FALCON SQUABS,
LONDON, I. C, ENGLAND.
lipase stats where you saw this advertisement.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
. -aj-tinTM avaa mfM&t Wtf&SE
TfIIE PBOPRIETOK WILL SPAKE HO
I palna to make thai
BLEGANT II O TH JLs
First-Clais ia Every Particular!
ROOMS CAR BE HID BY THE WEEK OR RIGHT,
with or without board.
BaD and Lara-. Room, to Let tor Public
If eetlnsra or Saeletle-s.
For tale by BOLLES A CO.
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN BBLS AND HF. BBLS.
IO Wilmington Pitch in bblt.
For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
THE BEST IN THE WORLD I
To Hoaaekeeper ran Hake Sweet and
V. hoi essoin e Bread WlUaoat lb
rnHM WELL KNOWN AND LOsTO ESTAB.
I Ilabed Yeast Powder Is now in crest demand. Sale
mcreaauur daily. Now SI rraa per day to tbe trade. D.
CALLAGHAN, now sole manufacturer aad proprietor,
uses no drraf oo bone dost : pare white cream of Tartar,
Imported direct and (round on the premises, betes the
Always on band and for sale at lowest prices :
Callacnaa'a Teaat Powder, la 1 S cans, a superior
t alias; taaa's Cream ot Tartar. In an styles of
Ca I la ban's
FOB SALE BT ALL GBOCKBS.
of Tartar Cryauda and
of Bade, In Stews.
FOB SALE BY
D. CALLIGHAR 4 CO., HaRalaetarcrs,
111 FRONT STBEET, San f ran craves.
JI'ST RECEIVED FROM LONDON. A LOT
of Stephens BLACK WBfTIXO INK, the UtSVSf
offered la the market. For sale by
B tarn h. m. yturrsBi.
pst MaesTS. NTJSSKY 1 PILLING undertake the
Pnrebase for Foreign Bajert, of all classes of British
Hade Eboibis, MAonrnnT, Habowabb, WoeaLsa
abp Soft Goods. 101- ly
A. W. PEIRCE A CO.
Offer for 8a le
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
Flour dts Erreet,ZL
Lime and Cement.
By Steaaer trtm saa PraBctoco,
Potatoes, Onions, etc.
Brand' i Bomb Tiim
Perry Dbtu' Painkiller,
Paulo. Salt Works
541 3 ru
FOR SALE UL KINDS AND SIZES!
64 and 66 Fort Street,
THE BEST 4JCAIJTT, UREA TEST TAB.
ATT, aad at the
AlO-Pwrtralta taken la bettor stris sod qnaory
than at any other place In the dry, tor Bee LOW FBICX of
$3.50 PER DOZEN!
ar He notastaa to any ,
aee for yourself. iiSO-ITi
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