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THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
AS IK"D IPEKDEKT PAPER,
BY HENRY M. WHITNEY,
AT FI YE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
r A TABLE IX A It VANCE.
Fwr ltn laWcrlbrri, (.00 la 91 O.OO.
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE.
A WEEKLY JOURNAL. DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
Office In the now Port Office Building
V hi KB Street. Honolulu. H. L VOL. XI, ISO. 37.1
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1875.
! WHOLE NO. 557.
After lh Ball.
IW Ud Moabed tbeir bCMtir.l h.lr,
n loaf krUckt mm. oo b w.
A- law l(M aad talked ir, their chamber there.
After Ike re-eel m dnor.
By tan talked at walls and qaedrille,
I ! thee lambed, like other (irk,
Wbooer- Ike ire. wawa all if etill.
1. mil: ani Bmewl- laoe.
kaot. atB ud ribbon, to
S-ttere i about 1l erery place.
For the reeel is throacb.
ll Inlcn .Iins.
r .do near, in robe, of white,
TbeprelteM nicbtcoariH under tbr ran,
anoeaAwwlwsa. eUpPerkaa, ait in the rurt,t,
or tbe reeel U doeja.
Bil and rasb tbeir beaatlfnl weir.
Thews wonderful wares nf brown and fold,
Bil See fire at oat i tbr chamber there.
And the little hare hat we odd.
All cm: of the bitter St. A(wes weather.
White m ire i. oat Io the chamber there.
Ma.d and Madjre la robe, of while.
Tbe n ortioel ntjrhtrowos auder tbe run,
Carta!.. J a war from tbr chill; nbrht,
After the reeal hi tbaaa,
Fl.w.1 .a ax l .epleodid dream,
Te.sroMer. witter.'. Irak I, nr. tne.
White a tawonwad loosui ahloimarlnc stream,
la a palaor'i fraud ealouu.
.if jeweU. and Hatter of teem.
Ttwpsral odora rwaeter than nut.
00 aad mm with hwutinu facea,
And eve. of tropica! dint
Ai.Joa. bee ahininic oat like a .tar,
Owe tear aeanlinr, the dream, of each.
And one ewice saWawAT than other, are,
Ureal, io Into etlvery .peach
Teilinx. throat lip. bearded bloom.
At down the royal bannered rooin.
To lb- fuldeo pattern's strain.
Two an : twutberdrw.mil walk,
Wbil. an ataeeeo apirit walk, beside.
At, ml. anbeard in the hirer's talk,
lie daimeUi one for a bride.
hbad aad MacUre. dream on torether,
With neeer a pang of jealous fear
For are the bitter St Afum weather
1 another J ear.
bf the hndal. and robed for the tomb,
brown kair and .olden trow.
li be oulj one ot run left for the bloom
Of the bearded lips to pre m.
Chilr 01 fjrtbr bridal pearls,
The r t of satin and Broteelt teen.
Only sax- to hlu.h through her carte
Atetrlil of. loTert face.
0 beaatifol Madcr. in yoar bridal white.
For y 41 the reeel baa Jnst heron ;
t for her who sleeps in J oar annt to-ulrut
The revel of life is dose !
1 and crowned with roar saintly hilar.
Woeei of be. Ten, and bride of tbe ton
0 temalifnl Maud, you'll nerer am
Tbe kisses another bat won ! NokA PtUT.
Ohio has a law for the eorarjolsory edacation of
children, and the question is now before the Legisla
tures of Illinois. Wisconsin, and Indiana. Tbe Cli
fornia law is sol rery effective. It Bight as will not
be on the statute book..
The Fall Rirer (M. Rehnol Cnmmitte has adop
ted a resolution reoowaraenrlinr that tbe rrnior et.ss
in tbe Girl's High School appear in American calico
on tbe day of crr.dnatiorj. instead of eostlr dresoos, at
bar been tbe cottons.
Tbe man who inrents a saoeessful tTpe-settinr. ma
ebine will um untold riches. But it will be an io
s'trnifieant .am in comparison to tbe wealth that will
accrne to tbe indiridaal who discovert a method y
which a baby may be made to consume Hi own err.
BUSINESS OT I CES.
ir. r. k. 111 Tninso",
PHYSICIAN AHD SURGEON.
Office at Mr. .TRl:H7 Store, roroer of Fort .ad Hot.l sts.
Residence, corner of Nnnsou and Kokai stieets.
Office boon. 9 11 S- w.
MOSTGOMERY - jl ARK. oecr Smith's Bridge.
F. X. I I 1 11 V A. Co,,
Importers and Comminion Agents and Wholesale
Dealer, is General Merchandise.
MT Queen St.. nest to theOAce of J. 1. Dowselt, Em, ly
iioi.i.i .v CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants.
A dark fao.se is alw.r. an unhealthy boa... al- i III I I I .SjanwiaOJaaossaji i iiSi .. I, ..Ojassn m, ssl, I HIDES ! I" H'!;' l'TTi f.f'i
. F. EIII.KRM A CO..
DEALERS IN SET GOODS AND GENERAL
Firr-proofStnre oa Fort St., abwee Odd Fallow. TIal 165-1 y
RICHARD F. BICKERTO,
At Jndce Jones' Office. Merchant St. .
Bills aad IW.tr collected. Legal Dosameate drawn. Copying,
Book Keeplnc. Mortaa.es, Sale, and Learee of liontes
and Laud, nofrotiaied. a n.l treaeral Commlatloa
carefqllr etecotad. 3m
8. M . !..
No. 34 Fort si r. . I Odd flowr' I! n 1 1 .
Importer of and Dealer in Dry Goods and
Clothing. Hats and Caps,
FURSISUISG GOODS, ., de.
j. it. Barwa.
J. H. BRUNS & CO.
LEAVE TO XOTirY THE IM BI.H'
jIJ that tli- y have purcba.itl the entire sloe in trade I
or the late J amen u r. and that tney WW contlntK to
carry od toe bualncas of
inr vituiii. UMBwi p. iLAicaaR. caas. . mom
WILLIAMS. BLflNCHARD & CO.,
. ! Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Coopering and Gauging taffi
No. 22 Fort Street, on the Esplanade!
Where they will be found prepared to execute all order. In
Cask. Koroaoiio Oil f'nn la. Intra fr Tallow
Ktc. Etc., always on hand.
Honolnln, June 12, 173. S44 Sin
an SIS California Street, -San Francisco.
ir- t-rentsfur t li .- K.nn.k.k.i. Moaoalua, and Kakaako
Salt Wert.. M ly
c. s. lswisi. j. -mcason
IsEWKRS & ni KiO.
IMPOETEES AND DEALEES IN LTJMBES,
And .11 kinds of Balldiur,M.teri.lr, Fort Street, Honolala
E. P. linns.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Qnren Street, Honolnln. II. I. MMyJ
E. O. II V I.I. A (iO.,
wav. an ill-aired boose, always a dirty hnnse. Wast
of light stops growth, and pmmotes scrnlata, ricltets.
among the children. People lose tbeir health
in a dark hoa.e ; and if they become ill, they cannot
get well In it.
Judge rtonr it reported to bare recently said to a
friend : " My friend yon here got to reorganise tbe
old party of liberty, begin at first principles, and fight
tbe doctrines of the Declaraton of Iadeiiandenee erwr
again before we can hire peace and quiet in this
When Tyndall says he tnds in nature the promise IMPOETEES AND DEALEES IN HAEDWAEE,
and potency of all forms and qualities of life, tbe I , - -- -a. . , . .,
- , , . ' Ih-y Goods, Painu, Oils and General Merchandise,
d.i.taskt. " Who put them thereT" ignoring tbe 1 ski, Corner r.,r. .od K.n. St..
meaning oi tbe assertion, which is that they were
" not" put there, but hare always been there, prop
erties of matter itself.
A wealthy London merchant is reported as baring
said : " I always feel nappy when advertising, for
then I know that, waking or sleeping, I hare a strong,
though silent orator working for me one who nerer
tires, nerer sleeps, nerer makes mistakes, and who is
certain to address the dealers from whom, if at all,
my trade must come."
The world cannot afford to damn its sinners, nor
will it be fared without tbeir help. Humanity is
one, and not till Laaarus is cured of his sores will '
Dires be safe. Whoerer will thrust Mary Magdalen
into the pit, will find that he has dropped with ber into 1
the flames the key that should have opened heaven
for bim, and assuredly shall he remain outside until
she, her purification completed, shall take pity on
bim and bring it thence. Ctlia Burltigk.
A Tksst.wiAH Devil. Arthur Angel of the Sur- j
geon's department of tbe United States Navy, to-day !
delivered to Profossor Baird, of the Smithsonian In
stitube, a specimen of an Australian Auimat known as
a Tasmanian deril, which appears to suite the pig,
bear, monkey and dog. The animal is believed to
have been tbe first of its kind ever landed alive in this
country, and was bronght home on the J-'nited States
Steamer Sieatara, just returned from the Transit of
Venus observations. On her homeward passage, the
vessel touched at Van Dietnan 's Land, where the ani
mal was procured through the exertions of Captain
Chandler and other officer.- of tbe Xir ifara.
pim stud OBVTKKI
mi i iv.ii pi . co..
IMPOETEES AND DEALEES IN HAEDWAEE
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paint, and Oils, and G.neral M.r
rhnu'llsr, So. Hi, King Street. Honolulu. !
ir. o. m. ci nnixus,
HOM EOP ATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
SMI HONOLULU, H. I. ly j
No. 8 Nanann Sir ot, Honolnln.
ALLE Ac ill! I.IM. OK 1 II.
K A W A I M A K , HAWAII,
Till continue tbeOeueralMerchandise and Shippinchnslness
at the above port, where they are preared to furnish the
Justly celebrated Kawaihae Potato.., aad socb other Re
cruits as srr required by whalcships, at the shortest notice
and on the most reasonable terms. Firewood always on
II. II At I. I II It afc CO.,
G EN EB AL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Onsen Street, Honolulu, 11. I. WMjj
i . a. m mi l i it.
AGENT of Bremen Board of I'ndrrwrltra,
Affent of Dresden D-mrd of Underwriter.,
Aa old tit e in a new light Law's serious call : A
M of Coats.
Joealar Entomology Professor : Define a black '
beetle? Pupil : A coaly-hopterous insect.
Three Sects He was a bright boy who told his i
teacher there were three sects, the male sec, the fe
male wer. and the ssmwcc. .
If a railway train that is ran into by another is .
teleseoped, a man who is run into by a wild steer ;
must be ate e)reoseoped.
Conundrum by a Countess When is a lady going
to Conn, in a crush, like too late for the railway T
V i.ec she loans her train.
Allowance " Can't you make any allowance for a (
man's being drank?" " Certainly," said the jadge;
" I'll allow too three days' imprisonment."
"I moat marry that girl," said a disconsolate !
it " She whistles, and it'll never do to
with the affections of a girl that whistles."
Tbe people of Kansas, who hare been reduced
nearly to starvation by the ravage of the grasshop- ;
pars, hare cheerily adopted a dance whioh they call I
" the grasshopper's cotillon."
A Californian's matrimonial advertisement winds
up as follows: "Fortune no object, bat should re- I
quire the gal's relations to deposit $300 with me, as
aecaTity for her good behavior.
Tbe Finest View On bis return from a tour down
tat Rhine last autumn, our practical friend, Jones, .
was asked what be thought of tbe views, when he
answered. " Well, of all the views I clapped my eyes
ob, the inest, to my taste, was the Vienx Cognac."
An Irish National School Lesson Master : " Spell '
Patriotism. ' Scholar : ' P-a-t, Pat ; I'll a, riot, :
i-s-m, ism." Master: "Now spake it together."
Scholar: Pat -riot -ism." Master: "Ah, thin it's
tbe good boy yon are in ti rely."
As a geatieman was nearly ran over in a narrow
London street by a dray, he shoo ted to the driver :
" Do yon want to kill mef" Whereupon the intelli
gent driver replied, " If I had knowed yon was a
a eeeaing this way I would hare sent you a post card."
Rudiments of Economy " May I leave this piece !
of bread, nurse?" " Certainly not, Miss May. It's
dreadfully wasteful ; and the day may come when '
yonH ess: a piece of bread." " Then I'd beUor
awes this pee of bread till I do want it, none.
Prafeasor Haeekel any : " We are justified in
supposing that the primitive man mast hare been
a wooly-asured , prognathous, dolicocephelons being,
of a nark brown or blackish color." Glad the thing
explained : it always puttied as a little.
Vnc mp'..mentery Bibbs was married the other
day to a quiet, not to say stupid, girl, with a face i
like a doll's. Some one remarked to Muffinglon that ,
Bibbs had been on the look-out for a wife for tome
time, and had now " wooed and won." Muffington
aaid, " Yes. a wooden one that's jast what she is.'
Cold in the bead Life is bnt an empty show, a
hollow mockery to the man with a cold in his head.
Be be naturally ever so ambitions and energetic,
when tans situated he desires only to sit by the Ire
aad medita e. Every bone in his body aches, he j
loans his appetite, and his head feels as though it
ware as large as a crate of crockery, and about as
heavy. He has bnt a little inclination to carry on a
conversation, or to hear others talk, bat woald rather
crawl of to some secluded spot with a doien or so
fresh handkerebief?, and there remain enwrapped in
his misery and his cold.
A livery stable keeper in Detroit, reports the fol
lowing as a rpecunon of the " bone talk " daily
heard in his bare: " Old Nero has been kicking
Sanaa B. Anthony into the middle of next week,
Olive Logan's nil lamed up. and Archimedes, Sir
Isaac New: m and Dr. Mary Walker hare been en-
I to go to a spelling school to-night. Iv'e sent
i :iekmson over to be shod, and William Pen n
ought to have his teeth filed."
they had a good deal of trouble with Bantam's ele
phant in Rhode Island recently. It appears that
they were feeding one end of him in Matsacahsctti
aad tbe other and got into n farm yard in Connecticut-
The neighbors came out and attacked the Con
necticut end with pitchforks, and the Massachusetts
end got mad. There was n good deal of excitement
for n time, and tbe majority of the inhabitants stop
pan over into the adjoining States till it was all over.
A California thief has proved himself an artist in
his profession. He is a fellow of infinite expedients,
and a quick wit, worthy of a better cause. A police
man beard a row going on in a saloon and went in to
take a hand. A man told the officer that he had been
robbed of a hundred dollars two fifty dollar bills
and pointed out the man he accused of having his
money. The officer took both the accuser and tbe ac
cused to tbe Station noasc, and searching the latter,
found only twenty fire cents in his pockets. Upon
closer search two fifty-dollar bills were pulled out
from under tbe lining of the fellow's hat. The officer
asked him how they come there, and the thieving wit
promptly replied : " Why, the follow that stole them
j bills must hare swapped hats with me."
The Educational ilamtklg says : Tbe foil-wing gro
tesque yet solemn prayer is a verbatim report taken in
the winter of IS62-3 at i Methodist meeting held by
plantation negroes in a settlement near camp: "0
Lord God of dis glorious universe, wilt dou look down
in de omnipresence of dy eye upn dese dy collared
children bowed upon de knuckle-bone dis night.
Take a solemn peep upon us, and let a heap ' light
in. Don knowest what dese dy poor darkies need.
Dere be Sam, and dcre M Jerry, and dere be Pom
pey. Dey are in dere sins, dat's what I reckon.
Help dem to git np and git from de wilderness of sin
and come into de clearing of salvation. Take a sol
emn peep also upon de darkies io de oder cabin, wbo
fiddle and whirl upon de bombastic toe, while dy ser
vant fulminates words to de Ruler of all humans on
dis earth, wilt dou bress de Generals in de field dis
night, if it be circumspectiou in dy eye. Bress de
Colonels in de field dis night, if it be circumspection
in dy discreet eye, and also bress de Union soldiers
who carry de musket and chew de cartridge, fighting
for de Stars and Stripes. Dey fight in a scientific
cause, and be de bestest ob men ; but, good Lord may
dey swear less and pray more. And finally, bress dy
humble servant now supplicating dee in behalf of dese
benighted darkies. In de langage of de mighty
Washington, dis world is all a fleetin' show. To-day
we are alive and boppin' arouid like grasshoppers ,
to-morrow de sickle of death out us down and spreads
ns out like grass in hay time. Many dere willbewid
slick countenances, white collars and fice clothes,
who will find de gates shut against them, while de
blind old woman, hobbling on crutches, she goes
straight in. Amen."
ThkNkw ELDonano. A hitherto unknown country
has been partially explored, and fresh gold fields and
pastures new indicated. An interesting paper was
lately read at the British Royal Geographical Society
by Captain J. Moresby, R. N., on his discoveries in
New Guinea while ia command of the Basilisk. Tbe
chair was occupied by Sir Henry Rawlinson who
in introducing Captain Moresby, said that at the end
of last session he read a paper before the Royal
Geographical Society upon this same subject, but it
was not a continuation of tbe paper he had alluded
to. Aboat a year intervened between Captain
Moresby's two visits, and as he bad more time at his
disposal daring his second visit, be had procured much
interesting information relative to that country.
Captain Moresby said he was -surprised that New
G uinea, the thrrd largest island in the world , was so lit
tle known. New Gaines ended in a huge fork, cat np
into numerous islands. The island rose boldly from
tbe sea, and on some of them were mountains rising
about 8,000 feet. Tbe country was highly cultivated,
aad produced sugar-cane, Indian corn, and other
cereals. The grass grew 12 feet high. The country
was also well wooded. There were good harbors.
Gold, he was certain, was plentifully dispersed. The
great Louisiede Reefs were thought to have formed
an impenetrable barrier between Australia and north
east New Guinea, but they formed, in fact a wide
open gateway through which vessels mightly safely
pass and enter on a shorter coarse to China. The
natives, who were Malayan, received them kindly and
gaqe them much assistance, except upon one occasion ,
when they were easilr driven off without bloodshed.
The people wete in many cases extremely handsome
and industrious, and a curious thing was that they
possessed the art of making pottery. Tne women
were kindly treated, and even want to far sometimes
as to belabor their husbands with canoe paddles. The
wild animals in the country were not numerous nor
fierce, as they principally belonged to the marsupial,
order. The edible birds and fishes were numerous.
At the conclusion cf the paper, the msnal votes of
thanks ware passed to the reader and the chairman
Acent of Vienn. Bard of Underwriter!.
Claim, against Insurance Comp.nles within tbe jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Under. Titers, will hare to he certi
fied to by the above agent to make them valid. &29-ly
WILDER .V CO.,
SurceMors to Dowsett A Co., Corner Fort and Queen street.
Lumber, Paints, Oil, Nails, Salt and Building
:o3T ly) Materials, of every kind.
tK. H. I.KIMIAI TI At CO..
IMPOETEES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boot., Shoes .nd
every variety of Gentlemen s superior rurnithinf: Uoods.
store in Makee's Block, Qncen Street, Honolulu, U. I.
- MI-ly) "
W ill.' Clio!: TAI A Co.,
rner of King and Maunakea Street.. Honolnlo.
CHAN. X. til LICK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments for Labor
&52 Interior Office. Honolnln. ly
H. C. AJLXJBN.
aoknt roa SCHOOXKH
Mary Ellen, Fairy Queen,
Pauabi, Active. 50 ly
.s. cisoiinas, rro. s. snmnss.
A. S. I I t. HO It A Co..
iMroaraas ssjd osalzb is
OomerQaeen and Kaahaninou Streets,
ate ly Snqann et., and corner Fort and Hotel 8tt
1. 1. rain. . w. una.
It 1 1 I A I.AIXE.
OS0CERIE8 AND PROVISION DEALEES
Family Orocery an Feed Store,
"o-lyj Fort Street, nonolnln
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding and (onimiion Merchant,
405 Fs-ont Min i, corner or Cloy,
SAN l lltM ISCO.
aw Particular attention paid to t'onsignment of Island
Produce. 44 ly
H. E. McI.TVRE A IIROTI1ER,
OROCERY, FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Port streets,
.11. T. ( i:i. i,.
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
GO TO THE
65 Fort Street,
R. C. KIBBY. PROPRIETOR.
FCU ROARDW PI1R WEEK. KiM AT
all hours from s o'clock A. M . . to ti P. U. Sun
daya, clone at 7 o'clock P. M.
lee l renin. I ceil Aorlsi. spinster Pop. dr..
And all frood thloc. that the market fumlshee In seaaon.
CALL AND SEE -VB
Honolulu, Aug. 4th, 1S75. v.: 3m
B. H. Lyons' Compound
FOR THE WORST
CHRONIC OR RECENT DISEASES,
Rhenmatism, Neuralgia, Sores, Ulcers, Eruptions,
Skin Diseases, Female Irregularities and Gen
eral Debility, Asthma, Diseases of tht
Throat, Liver and Kidneys.
PURIFYING THE BT.OOD !
By giving Health and Tone to the Oastric Juices.
See Directions for Using
B. H. LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND'
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
R. S. HOWLANO,
Shipping & Commission Merchant
JOO Front NS neskr CstlHenrnU St..
HAN Fat A I N ' o , ( (I.
ft. A V. Rowland. Now Bedford. C. Brewer A Co., Boston.
I. II. BArtlett soos, Ono A Clara, Providawr
Win. H. Crapo, a A. M.arisc, Fourtn Nat
(Wast) Baak, S. T.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
The Basis of Our Business.
Fl Its T. -T Man araotari n mci Book 4 tla
t iuuery aj can b dune hern m well u elMwber, mnJ
hrcby ti recti y bent' At our ma toman aad obi-mItm.
sr.coM. To l.u) ami Sail Hooki fttfd SUtioa
.! sou t imk" it to tb J tiler t.t of daalarf aad comuai
r t tin- to at in prpferanea to wading Kt .
49- We aUavaofacturv and tmpurt -Terr deacrlptloa of 8ta
t r . ''rry tiia. laigs AtAjckiof Panar, KoTelopM and Blatant
Book of ar own mannffcetarv. Ink. SlatM, etc.
- uif r 1,500 rarUtrM of Blank forau kept In Stock.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO..
MMy Baa fraociKO, Cal.
THE BEST irTTHE WORLD!
No llonaekeeper 4'an Ifake Nw ret aad
WnoleMntc Brrstd Without It.
Kin.; Street, Itonnloln, oppotfte Lewis' Cooper Shop.
808 liny aad sell eecond-h.nd Fornitnr..
0. HOFFSCHL&EGEH & CO.,
IMPOETEES AND COMMISSION MEBCHANTS,
Honolnln. Onhn, H. I. tat ijl
I". A. M 11 l it A- CO.,
Importers and Commlsion Merchants
SO?) Honolulu. II.w.ii.n I.land.! Jly
E. Is. HITCHCOCK.
ATTOKNET-AT-LAW. HILO. HAWAII.
620 Bills rromptlj Collected
m !.. v Ac jroinvsoiv,
642 Kaahnmana St., opposite Mr.O. Rhodes' Store lj
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
And Agent fr taking Acknowledgments of Instruments for
I Island of Oaliu.
No. 8 Kaahomann Street, Uonolcla, II. I.
EDWARD T. O'll VI. I. OK A A,
Attorney and Solicitor,
IS Al'THOBIZEl) TO I.I.M) FROM 83O0
to I10.OO0. on Mortgage of Freehold, at lowest rate,
of lntereat. SS Asrenta In London, and In all part, of
Office on Fort Street, (opposite Mr. Ira Ricbardaou's
Storei. Honolulu. 54S-3in
C. I".. U II I I I lis.
MANUFACTURER. IMPORTER AND DEALER
In Pumiiureof evcrydeactiption. Furnitnre Ware-Roomt on
Fort Street. opp,ite Chase's Photograph flallery. Work
shop at the old stand on Hotel Street, near Port.
508 Ordertfronilheolherislands proinptlyatt.nded to. I
Successor to John Neill.
achlnist. Lock and Cun Smith
Sewing Machine repaired; D-.l.r In Sporting Goods
Agent for the Celebrated FLORENCE SKWINQ MACHINES
10. F.'rl Street. Honolulu. II. j. 63-lr
Best Pilot Bread and Crarkrr. always on hand.
Nnuanu and Beretanr. Streets,
'- "Cv l awAWAa -
Tin: PKOPimrroR will spare
pains to make I his
EIiEG ANT OEX O TE Tj
First-Class in Every Particular!
ROOMS CAN BE HAD BY THE WEEK OR NIGHT,
with or without board.
nail nnd Inrjro Booms to Let for Pabllt
M3 Iffrotlnat or SocletI?a. ly
IIY.TI . BROTIII.RS.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
Io FMhinnablp Nothing, Hats. Capi, Tt 1-. Shoes, and
trry raripty of Q nt1mpn Fnmisiilnic Goods. Snow's
pr.it ii,. m. i aatrt. u .noinin fM7-ly
APOTHECARY AND DRUG GIST
C Tner Fort anl TJotel Streets, nonololu, Osho.
AS- Keep, open ever) SATURDAY EYENINS. SU-ly
I. II. HIXCH'OCK.
No tary Fublio,
Hlio, Ilawarf. a.y
Lt, s. BARTOW. AactloHeer.
one door fr.,n: Ka.hnm.nn
Snlesroom on Queen Street
JOH. II. PAXV,
Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds
For the State of California. Office at tbe Bank of Bishop
Co., Raahnmann Street, Honolulu. Ul-ly
Or. .. Tl I ..i: I ,
Office and Drag Store. Cor. of Fort and Merchant Sts.
.21 uoxolulu. ijr
DR. MOTT SMITH,
flaving resumed practice, can be found at his rooms over
K Strrbs A Co.'t Drag Store, corner of Fort and Hotel Sts.
THUS. ,.. J UKI II.
Stationer, News Dealer and Book
binder. Merchant Street, Honolulu. Also Stencil Cutting. En
graving, Callgraphy and Copying, promptly executed 'on
reasonable term. 517-ly
IIO-NOI.I 1,1 SOAP rVORKa,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor of th above Works is prepared to supply his
customers, and tbe public in cent ral, with the best quality
Yellow Soap. Soft Soap always on hand.
Tkt Higkftt Price Paid for Soap Orratt. 613 ly
WII.I.IA.Yl III 4. HI S.
Corner or Hotel and Port streets.
Till: II OK 1ST AND BIM OF'ALEM,
WINES and SPTRnv always to be fonnd at tbe Bar.
Washington Meat Market,
Next door to Love's Steam Bakery, Nanann Street, Honolnln
F. W. DUNSK, Paorarrroa.
Beef, Mutton and Teal of the Beit Quality.
Also, Salt Pork, Salt Beef. Superior Pork Sansaxes, always
on hand and sold at the Lowest Market Price..
,'2I Meat, delivered to.ll part, of tu. City. ly
. OIL BLACKING.,
oj - .V
JiC. 8. PINKHAM & Co.,
LEATHER PRESE RVATIFE !
IX THE WO It I. IS.
FOB SALE IN HOKOLl'Ll' BT
BOLLEV4 4 CO.
Orders aollcltt'd and promptly
S. H. CASTLE. J. 3. ATHtBTOH. J. P. C00EB
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
m larosTias sao
Dealers in General Merrhandise,
No. SO King Street, Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
The TTnion Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Mutual Lifetnsuranee Co., Boston.
HAWAII4N SOAP WORKS,
Kanafrtctnrers and Sealers in
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS !
Leleo, King St., Honolulu.
BEEF, MTJTTON AND GOAT TALLOW WANTED.
Ordn and Billi left at Ira Ricbiidsoti'b Boot and
Shoe Store, will meet with prompt attention. y
TheOrfj-on Packet Line,
Dr. J 1 : A Son Clebratd
Wheeler k Wlltoa'a BewInK
The KohitU Plantation,
The HalkQ PlanUtion,
W. II. Bailer's Plantation,
C. BREWER & CO.,
in. a. r. Carter. )
p. c jowas fa.
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
YV. ii. licit I Jt CO.,
Commisiion Merchants. Plantation and Insurance
613 Honolnln, Hawaiian Islands- 7y
AFOXG Ac VI III I K.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Sealers ia
AndChl&aOoods.in the Fire-proof Store on Nncauu Street,
under the Public H.il. S13-1t
A. W. PEIRCE A. CO.,
(Snaxasors to C. L. Ricn.us A Co.,)
hip Chandlers aad General Commission Merchants.
Also Area ts for the Pun roa Salt Works.
Honolulu. Hawaiian Itlandt.
JOH X. W AX K II HOI HE.
IMPOETEB AJTD DEALER IN GENERAL
Queen street. Honolulu. H. T. 521 ly
C. WALLER, Proprietor
BISHOP & CO.,
HOUOLCLrj, I I HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
URiW UCB15GI OK
THE BANK OF CIL1F0RNII. ::::$ FRANCISCO
. raara .oarrs ia
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, : : LONDON
in raara brsschss 15
Anil tmnssct a General Banting Bniinets. S21-ly
TIIEO. II. I) II II S,
Latb Jaxiott, Oatsa A Co.
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT
l!rn AflSirt r r.
Lloyd't and the Ueerpool Underwriters,
British and Foreicn Marine Insarance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company. IXMy
O. SaoKLun. e. KisTLaa.
. 8EGELKEN fc Co.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER 8MITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nnnann Street, oetween Merchant and Qneen
HavrconstantlroD hand. Stoves. Plne.Oalvaniaad
Iron Pipe, Plata aad HoseBibta.Btop-cncks.India
Rubber Hose best 3-r.ly. fnlen.th.of H and LO
feet, with coapllnas and pipe complete. Batb-Tubt,
andalsoa very larcestock of Tinware of ererr de-
P.! elcalsr stteotlnn riven toShip-Work. Ordertfrom the
other Irlandt will he carefully attended to.
Thankful to the Citizens of nonolnln and the Itlandt
generally for their liberal patronage In the past, w. hop. by
strict. ttentlon to business to merit th. s.m. forthefutur.
FOR SALE ALL KINDS AND SIZES!
64 and 66 Fort Street.
rnHT. BEST ll AI.ITl , UBEATEKT V VIII-
JL Kl v, and at tne
A I -S ) Port rn I la takers In better style and quality
than at any otler place In the city . for the LOW PRICE of
$3.50 PER DOZEN!
aw Do not listen to any recommundation, but come and
are for yourself ISO-ly H. L. CHASE.
ih '.-iz Is ca uLf a .?
m a-z jl Bid fes-
iSSc-S .3 2 ' -3 s 2
&S - ZTR II a. I 111 b S
1 Bf ax ffl f a g
o sum s' & 2 i "t l s
m wlet si o 8 I
FI8CREB A. WK'ki:.
OASIRET MAKERS. HOTEL STREET,
Keat door to StreHz't Drac Store.
Furnitnre made and repaired at reasonable rates. Billiard
Tables repaired and altered. Pianos moved, Ac-, Ac
a- Orders from the other Islands wJU be promptly at
tended to. 627 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
.rf-aast STEAM ESCIXK8, Snarar Mill.,
JUawawaBoller., Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead Casting,
Machinery of Every Description,
to- atane to Order, "tl
Parti rralar attention paid to Ship's Blaekimithing
Mm JOB WORK executed en the shortest notice. Sii-ly
PER 6 FALRINBURG,'
FROM PORTLAND, OREGON
This wtu Kirown am lox rstab-li-h.-'l
Yetuit Powder h now In vrmt demand. HtUag
liK-reiLtiiLi? ilaUly. Xiiw Zi ajrotn pvr duy to tht travd. D.
CAt.I.Af.HAN, now sole manufnvrtnrer and proprietor,
uses no drutr no bone dUrit ; pure while cream of Tartar,
Im ported direct and ground on the prvmWtv. being tbe
Always on band and for sale at lowest piicea :
rnllnsrhnu Yeast Powder, in 1 t cans, a superior
( iilM-lun's Cream ot Tartar, In all styles of
t'alliuchAii's l'nre Knurlsh Bl-earbonato of
S"tl; mill Snlernta).
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS.
i 'renin of Tartar Crystala and Euglisb Bi
carbonate of Noda in kegi.
( "U SALE BY
D. i ALLAGHAN & CO., .Manufacturers.
m FRO.T M Kr l.l .viu Frauciseo.
DR. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S
IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE.
THE PUBLIC ARB CA ("Ti "N KD AGAINST
the unfounded statements frequentlj made, that
the composition of Cblobodtstb is known to Cbem
ists and the Medieal profession. " Tbe fact is, Cblo
rodyne was discovered and invented by Dr. J. COL
LIS BROWNE (ex Army Medieal Staff), and so
named by htm, and it has baffled all attempts at anal
ysis by tbe first Chemists of the day. The method
and secret of the preparation have never been pub
lished. It is obvious, therefore, that anything sold
under the name, save Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S
CHLORODYNE, is a spuriooj imitation.
CAUTION. Vico-Chancellor Sir W. P. Wood stated
that Dr. Culi id Browne war undoubtedly the inventor
RKMKDIAL USES AND ACTION.
This Invaluable remedy prducc quiet, refreshing ileep'
relieves pain, calm the ny-U in, restore tbe deranged fnnc
tiuas. aod ticnala.tea health' action uf the ecretiotu of the
body, without ci eating any of those unpleasant results at
tending the use of opiom. Old and young may take it at all
hours and times when reqalirlte. Thousand, of perrons tas
tily to Its marvellous good effect and wonderful cures, while
medical men extol Its virtues most sxteualvely, using It Io
great quantities in the following diseases: Cholera, Dysen
tery, Dlarrhisa, Colics, Coagbs, Asthma, Rheumatism, Nu
ralgta. Whooping Coagn, Cramp Hysteria, Ac.
EXTRACTS FROM MEDICAL OPINIONS.
The Right lion. Karl Russell communicated to tbe College
of Pbysiclaus, and J. T. Davenport, that lie bad received in
formation to th effect that the onli remedy of any service In
Cholera was C1ILOROI.YNE. See Lantrt Dec. 31, lata.
Dr. Low, Hedkal Missionary In India, reports (Dee.. MM
that in nearly every case of Cholera in which Dr. J. COLLIS
BROWNE. CHLORODYNE was administered, the patient
Extract from Medical Tima, Jan 12, 1M6. "Chlorodyne Is
prescribed by scores of orthodox medical pracUUcsmsrs. Of
course It would not thus be slngolarly popular did It not
'supply a want and All a place."
Extract from tb General Board of Health, London, as to
Hi sS0Sj in Cholera. " Postronoiv are we convinced f the
I immense value of Ibis remedy, that wa cannot too fwrcibly
ar(tf thr nei-essity oraIopting it In all cases."
CAUTION N 'ii- renufns witlrn.it the words "Dr. J.
COLLIS BEOVNE"on the Oovernmfnt Stamp. Overwbelm
Inu medical testimony accompaoi each bnltl.
Bole Manufacturer J. T. DA VK II PORT.
33, Oreat RussellSt., Bloomsbury, London
Sold In Bottle at 1. l'l , 2s M.. and 4s. d.
Agents in New York, W U. cmirr u Co. and J. C.
Wills. 547 -Cm
SIH.AR NOW COaiNO IM aad for tale
in qaaatities to suit purchasers by
ajj-.im AFoya a aciiuck.
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
CAMPBELL A Tl'KTOS, Proprietora.
Crop of Sugar of superior quality, now coming
n and for sale ia quantities to sait by
555-3n II. HAGKFELD a CO.
EW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to suit purchasers, by
3m C. UREWEK A CO., Agents.
." Crop of Nssrfar afc Nolassts
NOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
tities to (Rest purchasers by
55-1 m C. BREWER CO.. Agents.
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
rpiIE UMDKB8IGNED CO.N'TIM'E TC
A pay the highest market price for Dry Hides,
Goat Skins aad Goat Tallow.
S5S-3m C. BRBWER A CO.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TO
bay Wools at food prices. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly desired to make
freight ,'5S5-3m C. EREWKR A CO.
SOLE A SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins
CSOS8TA.WT1.T OS HAID and for Sale,
1 from tb. well-known
WAIMKA TANNERY, C. NOTLET, Prop'r
Wy A. 8. CLgnnORX CO., Anata.
pmc Ms"rrt in
nasi Iflaal .
a Laws I locbiw
Daart.r of Oainaws,
On. Colnina .
1 W. II as.
tl .1 .
a, 4 I
or. s '
aa T i
on MJ i
oo M I
no u l
j i S 1 1 S awMI
ioaj taa noa
: joi io aa ut
it ari u at is a,
ia oat law at a.
i oo) m oa m at
Beotana so oa
U r at wasr. are
whwk are ktr nrssaoaaa
49- Bu.Iiims rarrls, whra prrf
allowwl a dktsnl orasa taaw. r.t.
adr.rtlMB.au, wk.a waM or eawrewO raarrariy.
with U pay. whs. or.l.rs.1 la. w aw wKH. will b. saksw ol
lawsa. Tb.rasa.crrAwraw.ar.clMi Is. taw eeeii swawa. aaal
r.mitisarss f. r Hssls lin-rusn sdrwtUSSaSWata, WT
x-rtptkoj. nmj a saad. by baak eawea. rata or da oast awwv
Billon Board uf I mlr rwritrr..
1 OKMT9 for tkw Hawaii.- I. !..
c. aanwan a cx
Philadelphia Board sf I nSfrwriiers.
A liESTS for She Haw. Haw liltadi,
S aaawaa a oo.
or haw ri ate.
nM iNsrscD on
chandlM and Fnrnlmrw, on I
H. It AC'KFBXD A CO.. i
Mar M, 1ST.
Received This Day I
Barrels Columbia River Spring Salmon
PAC KED BT VASKES A CO.. ISTS. AXD
warranted a aapciior quality. Tor sale by
May 31, 1171, BOLLES A CO.
PURE LIME JUICE
Warranted to keep on the Longest Voyage
In 2, t, and I tauoa DemOoana,
Prepared by George Morris
KAirWJ, OAHTJ, HAVAIIAjT ISLANDS.
For Bale by O. Brewer cat Co.
Australian General Atlas.
AI'ITW COPIES, ror sale by
JM lni L hi. WHITMEY.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
Or LOSDOS A.D KDtXBlRCJH.
Accun.ul.trd aad Inrratrd Kuaid. ,KJt),l 10
rsiiiK rwDF.Rsio.'ieD hati bbi Ar
al poiMKD AiiKMiaawtawaaaowira i
aelh.rwd to Iar aswlaat " ain
Rl.h. t.k.n in an. next uf lb. Isl.ads n '
aad Msrcbui.lis. tlorsd thuwia. Dw.lliaa ll-aw. mh! fara
tur. Tliub.r C.wJt. Ship, la karb..r with jc wiihoal tsrtw
orand.rr.palr. !J41 lyl ID. HOrVSCHLASBBS A CO.
H inHI BtlH-BRKSE3l
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE lUDEKHOlED al at w-l-
,m(.-i Agent, of th. ebn.. Coatffaay. sr. arsrwr-!
to Inmr. rl.b. aaiast nr., on Stone .nd Brick II mil -lu(s.
aad oa Merehandleo ttornt tbsr.ln, oo taw
moat f.rorabl. t.rou. Tor partlcwlars .pply t. nV. l
jzr.iy f. a. gciiAiraa A civ
4 II It'ORUM
THK IMDEBIIOaKD, SOSJTS 11K THO
abov.Cowipany. has. boea aataoriswd to laaar. rtake
on Cargo, F rslaht end Treaatsre, from lloeolala
to.ll aores of th. world, m 1 tevwrta.
JJB-l. H. HACSFKLI' A CO.
THK AOERT rOR THE Hill risu Kr
ira Marin. Insaraac. Com pea j, Liasitwi). ha. ra.
cei.wl laetrnctlons to rsslac. tb. ralee ol loaoraat.
btww.a Uooolaln .ad Port. in th. Paclflr, aad I. now , r
parwdlolaea. Pol lets, at tb. Lwawat sTotas, with aapweka
redaction on Fr.i.hl per dtMPAsr.
theo. H da ma
MS-ly AftmtBrU. tw. Awr. Ms f. lm,t'4
Insurance Company ot California
THE I'WDEaMIUSED ABB Al I HOKll ll
On Cargo, Freight and Treasure
From llonolaro to ail parts of law wortd,
Cosaatei-a by Mpeclael PerwaUnloat !
On the moel ravorahl. terma,
W. a IBWIrt A OD..
Aenlo for the llawaUan I
OT SAM FRANCISCO.
FIRE ABO MARINE,
Coastal Cmpltsal. Wold. JOO.OwO,
By writing small linos on oarsraU selected riaka
well diatribatod, oAVn
nDEHHTV NECO.'D TO O.'sK.
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
BISHOP A CO..
513 ly Agent, for taw UawaUaa Island..
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
OAPITATs, - - . 1,000,000
With aDllmhed Iwbflttr of ali.iW.uhS.ai-)
" See lo t well, protect roansil" HniKaeraaaa
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BT FIRE,
Of every deacrlpuoa of property nsoy be enwetwd wlUft
this Company at moderate rale
Merchandise, Goods and Freight Taanaiwol
By steameri and oaOlna i
or Loosesj can !. mad payable In Honolnln
(A H. OWU,
524 lr (At Mr. J. T. Waterhoowe'ij -nt for Hoootalo
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY,
Or SAM FBAICISCS.
I H CO U PO B TID . nil.
CASTLE COOKE, AGENTS
inn For the Hawaiian la law on ir
THE NEW ENGLAND
Mutual Life Insurance Co., of Boston,
Ttalrtw-Aso lean SSanilno; 1
policies Issued on the moot laTiraasoX
frhe greatest Biak taken oa a Lile.SZO.OOOj
Surplus distrUiultU among Lie mewthen
CASTLE A COOKE ACE NTS,
KM rOB THE nAWAUAI MU.IDS. ly
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
ITS, S X V , o o o,o o o t
COMI'AWY In tne World.
CB1ITIIID IS nil.
Baa the artrantace of Weetrm Rats, cf Io
loot a dollar of Ins Sectrrttlea and aoTer nans to pay Ha
For particolan apply at the OnVo of
w. a. lawns Aj CO
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Its ike Called
SAM'L G. WILDES,
AcewlSar Use 1