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L. t 31 B E R !
ALL SORTS, SIZES & DESCRIPTIONS
A WELL SELECTED CARGO BUILDING MATERIALS !
H. HACKFELD I CO.
EXPECT Tf RECEIVE PER
GERMAN BARK CEDER!
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HAWAII AN GAZ I-TIE
AN IXDKPKNDEXT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
AUho.i on a Ve'Unlenhlp.
WTi "TV.T V T T C
GERMAN AND FRENCH GOODS!
cwstrrms n pmt of the followiis
A Foil U'Miurn; ar Prints, all t Its.
in mud lit-in. c pattern.
White Cottons. BVrrerk'i Wkitc Long CToth,
A. H. and B.
Brown and Bine Cotton Prill, Brown Cotton,
I n Cotton. Ileavr I t ::-n: !, Il'rV r; Stripes,
Bed Ticking. Turfctr Bad Cotton,
Bin Flannels, White Linen, asserted
widths and qualities,
Water Pro af CI"th. White Moleskin.
Fine French Merino. Reps, Backahani.
'in t asimere. Black and Bine Baaadclsllu,
Linen and Cotton Sewing Thread,
Alhambra Bed Vailts,
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing !
Fanrr Flannel Shirt ,
lienim Jumpers and Overalls.
Fine Merino Undershirts,
Cotton Socks and Stockings,
Silk, Linen and Cotten Handkerchief'.
Fine Silk I'm Weil,
Assorted Barlafi and Woolsack . Sail Twine,
Imperial Strj Hemp Cant as. No. lf,
Hair and Cloth Brushes, from J. Uosnell A Co.
Fanes- Soaps and Hair Oil.
Shawls, 1'vnebos, Plaids, Needlework,
A VEST Fl'LL AS.SOKT.HKXT OT
The Yard and on the Wharf!
rWWeSw Srautliiis, Timber
REDWOOD SCANTLING, TIMBER,
&c. &c. &c.
White Cedar and Redwood Shingles.
White Pine Boards,
Doors, R. P. lmo., 2mo., &' Sasli
SASH AND BLINDS,
NAILS AND GLASS.
Wall Paper and Border.
J In 1-arjre Variety.
PAINTS. OILS. TURPEHTiNE, VARNISH.
I:iim tansl , la i If t .1 h Hi uli ,
Sash Weights & Line
j long swells, and Hnssej saw as she inclined, tbat
I a cask which was loosened wiled suddenly over.
, andat the same time the long deep sound wa
seemingly em milted from it. and so it proved atv
on examination. In removing other risks to nil
j with oil4tkis one had become loosened, and the
: ban;; being oat. at every roll of tha ship the air
' rushing across the aperture, made the dismal
; soon J muck like blowing across the op4b noxzh)
of a bottle, only fifty time loader and more in
teuse. In a storm, ;he notse of the rushing wind
aud water made 11 unheard nnd in the daytime,
the cleaning aud working uf the ship. The Uune
ot the cask was replaced and the caek itelt as
cured, and the j b of the unfortunate barpoon
j er ceased'to tranblr the ship farther.
Suffice it to aay that they loaded the Gertrude
' with oil without other accident, ami Cupt. Has
sej brought her born by various devices, lurongu
ea swarming with the enemy's -bi;. escapint;
sometime uv stratagem, an 1 sometimes t.y spmi.
and landing safe at S'aiitucket sold the cargo at
an immense) prutii, on account of the rariljrof our
wca'ers rpacliini? oar own ports.
Captain Hussey sailed in the Gertrude for fif
teen years with unvarying success until he came
to look upon it as a lucky thiug to have a ghost
aboard. Berkshire Etgle.
The Mra SixpcBL
The existence oi an immense marina monster.
of singular appearance aud habits, is agaiu chal
lenging attention. Skpetics laogh at and scien
tist disclaim the existence of the sea-serpeut,
because no remains of socli a creature have been
In the war with Britain of 1812. Xantucket
suffered severely in loss of ships by British cruis
ers, and it waain her bebalt. as well as the adja
cent prt, thai the brave Capt. I'orter of the
frigate Kssex. was sent to the Pacific seas, and
he did good service both in protecting our own
wh-dnrs and an no vine tha enemy. The ship
from Nantucket would have stood a tar better
chance, especially with the Kntjlis whaleships
who often mad (hem prizes, if their quaker own
ers bad allowed them to co armed, and various
werethe expedients resorted toby tbeircommand
ers to counteract such unwise policy.
The rfood hip Hannah, nearly . and owned
by John and James Cary, left Nantucket com
manded by Paul Swift, an excellent feimnn and
experienceil whaler, and joining the fleet which
was coins down loecoail of Sooth America un
der convov of the American stoop of war Peacock
as far as the neighborhood of La Plata. They
there separated, and each shaped his coarse lor
the Pacific fishing grounds as best he might.
Alter roundice the horn, (.'apt. Swift looched at
Valparaiso, and there saw several KnglUh whale
ships, captured by Capt. Porter of the U. S. friir--.
. L .-r lt.i.1 un tn lie soli! or brought to ill U.
when opportunity oOered. and observing them j ,uuuu uul nuicuio auu nrguuieai were anae lust
a . . , w- . . f in I hfl 111 fan 1 ' -s ' was e a ........ r ... I ens ' s . . t . , .
all more or less armed, lie obtained Irom rorters
asent the loan of two eon., and with the addition
of some wooden make-believes or quaker guns for
euow, he put to sea feeling more comfortable in
mind than when be left Nantucket. After being
out about two days he fell in with the Knglish
whaler Gertrude armed with four six pounders.
Swift was to windward, and showed fight imme
diatelv. civine the Gertrude a sliot across ber
bows ; to his crest surprise she gave herself up at
on the men of 1817, who appfoacheJ within thir
ty Ml of the monster in Cloucester harbor, and
saw its forked tongue dart out the length of two
leet ; nor would it be ea3y to convince the fisher
men unJ excursionists of 1875, who have seen
the sea-serpent, thai liiey were deceived by flj.it
ing sea-weed, or the gambols of a thresher, or
the sportive freaks of a school of horse-makerel.
Within a few weeks the sea-serpent has beeu
seen in various localities by the crews of Glouee-
once. wtthoat even fi'ing a gun, and the Captain 1 ter fishing vessels, by summer residents at
came on board the Hamuli bringing Ins papers,
and the crew seemed more glad than sorry to be
taken and all they eeeined to care Ijt was to es
cape from on board their own ship, not even giv
ins a passing regret when they discovered the
junker guns of their antagonist.
Captain Swift and his mate. Mr. Hussey, could
not andersland it. and suspecting some treachery,
would receive only half the crew on board the
Hannah ; they could not account for their easy
victory over tbe Knglish. usually so belligerent :
but Swift determined to face tbe danger whatever
it might be. and keeping his men under arms in
esse of surprise, sent l!:;s.-ey with an urmed boat's
crew to lake posession of the Gertrnde. He found
her a well 'uilt ship in good condition. and nearly
half loaded with oil. and observing the eagerness
of the rrew to get on board the Hannah, lie divi
ded them, nnd alter securing all of tbe arms on
board, told one half to remain where they were,
auietlv or he would put them all in iron, sent
- - IS L 1 1 . 1
njrt cl tnem to llio iiannaii. uuu prvceemii
;wampscott and Cupe Cod, and by excursionists
per steamer in Boston Bay. It is described as
having a body black on the back, and a head and
neck which it thrust out of the water ul the dis
tance of several feet.
The) sea serpent is not a creature of the nine
teenth century. The ancient and modern writ
ers ngree us to the appearance of the sea-serpent
bi extreme length, his black or brownish col
or, the fiti or protuberances upon his back, and
his peculiar, horse like head. Gloucester may bo
said to be the headquarters of the sea-serpeut on
this side of the ocean. It was here that he was
seen us early as lti:9, according to Jusselyn,
when a visitor to New Kngland was told "of a
sea-serpent, or snake, that lay coiled up like a
cable upon a rock ul Cape Ann. A boat pass
ing up with English ill 0 r ..and tv 0 Indians, tbey
would have shot the serpent ; bat the Indians dis
euaded them, saying thul if itwu not killed out
right they would all be in danger of their lives." It
was here that, filly-eight vears oco, in August
GERMAN, ENGLISH AND FRENCH A I PUULOA SALT, ETC., ETC
make himself master of the ship. The Knalish- ( 1817, the sea-serpent was repeatedly seen ; nnd it
Stearin Candles, Vltramarine Hue,
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Fence Wire. No. i. i aud t,
Ualvanised Iron Pipe,) and j inch,
Hoop Iron, j, I, 1 and li inch, Rivets,
T. t P. Knives, Seiuors,
Corkscrews, Tinned Spurs,
Wrapping and Printing Paper,
Paints and Oils, White Zinc, White Lead, ic,
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison, Market BaakeU,
Brooms, Casks and Barrels,
Cask Blacksmiths' Coal,
30 Tods Best Steam Coal,
Also a few Music B xcs k Regulator Clocks,
A Fine Assortment of Iiavana Cigars,
English and i,erraan Ale,
Bavarian Beer, in qtf. and pts.
Champagne, UciuUie.lt A Co., qts. aad pts.
Champagne, Tuoreaa. qts and pts.
Rhine Wines. Claret,
Gin, in green boxes.
Samples now Open at oar OSee, and Sales made to
JST- Orders from Other Islands Filled, gf"
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN FREE OF CHARGE.
mm-At assy Port iu tlila Kiucdoin su per
t'oiilmc-l. - ja
WILDER &, CO.,
557 3m Corner Fori nnd Queen Street.
J 1 SALE
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
ueo were confined for the present, in tbe forecas
tie. and as the Ainencaiis mingled with them they
learned to their astonishment that the ship wa
haunted, and the captain was ou the way to Val
paraiso to land what cargo she had and abandon
ber. This was a damper to the victors, for super
stition is proverbial umoog sailors ; hut Hussey.
who was a courageous mau. after consulting Capt.
Swift determined to find the kink in it, if kink
there was, before nbaudontng so fine a prize. Ac
cordingly he picked about twenty stalwart fellows
with no nonsense about them." who promised
to stand by him. come what would, and took them
aboard the' Gertrude. And t-wift having trans
ferred one of her guns to the Hannah to nrnke
her armament equal ; they determined to finish
loac'ir." her with oil. and if possible, lake her into
was here that, the sumeseiisou. the best evidence
of the existence of such a monster was adduced
in the capture of a youug sen serpent. This
creature was killed by a firmer near Good Hiir
bor Beach, with a pitchlork. nnd after being on
exhibit io for a few days at the hoase of Captain
John Beach, was carried to BowtOO ond examia- .
ed by a committee uf tbe New Kngland Linseti 1
Society, who pronounced it to belong to the
mam species us the great sea-serpint. It is des
Bribed in the BegiMer of October 1,1817. as i
' about three and a half feel iu length, nnd three
inches iu circumference, with thiry-two protuber- j
ances on the back. Tho head was brui-ed. bat
the kuolty bunches on the back were perfect."
On the Mill ef August, 1817, the sea-serpent
was approaciieo oy a ooat witlitn thirty feet, and
pressed daring July and August, is looking op a
little. Exports of gold are now equaled, by oat
Imports. The calling in of bonds puts more mon
ey afloat, and capitalists are much more hopeful
this week than last. The crops are about ready
to more, navigation prospect are brighter, and
public conSdeuce in financial measure i rapidly
returning. One thing moves around another, you
tee, and tbongh as I said before, I am not a finan
cier, and my predictions ore uol entitled to any
great weight, il seems clear to mo tbat eggs have
got to come down. A great current of eggs is
setting inwards this point from a dozen differ 'it
j directions, and even if in culling in of bonds and
the sale of surjilus g .' I don't produce lower price.
1 cannot see why figures should go up.
She reached into the pirkle barrel, nipped a
cucumber, and went away wondering why her
husband never knew anything. Ditroit Free
Pipes, and wbrre Tbey I'oiuc Frem,
Twenty thousand boxes, containing over a
million clay pipes, are imported into this country
annually, the greater number being the Celebrated
"T.D." brand. All these pipes are nude in
Glasgow, Scotland, and chiefly by one firm. V.
White i Sons, honest old Quakers, who have
been piping away for nearly a century and a hall,
and are now doing the largest business in that line
iu the world. The Davidson, of Glasgow, are
also extensive pipe-maker.
For the last three or four month there has
been u strike among the operatives in White's
manufactory, and no pipes have been made, con
sequently there i something like a corner in the
goods, but as there is a great abundance, beside
any quantity of briar-wool, corn-cob, meer
schaums. &C-. V, there will be no absolute suffer
ing for some time.
The pipe most in favor in Kngland is the one
known a the Van) of Clay ; il is pre-eminently
I the tavern pipe, and is the invuiiable uccoinpani
I ment of the mug of ale. Though not quite a yard
long, it is of respectable dimensions, sou Iberelore
of very frail existonce. The most famous of clay
I pipes, boweter, and by far the most popular, it
the T. 1., so called Irom having these letter
! slumped 011 the bowt. Ttiese ate made ol good
: clay, and it is very rare to find ono that won't
1 draw." Next in popularity to the T. 1 is tbe
i Buffalo Horn, which iu shupe bears a resemblance
! to that head ornament of the bovine. As Ireland
i uses un immense quantity uf pipes many brands
: are made expressly for that inurket, which also
I find their way hither. There is the Large Krin
' Derby, aud the lirgo Irish, big enough for a fam
ily to whiff. To brands particularly appeal to
: the patriotism of Krin. having the names. Flag of
! Ireland and Home Rule, and ure quite oroamen-
to! and formidable looking dhudeeus.
Besides these there are the Red T. D., Small
Cutty. Small Miner's, Large Woodstock. Large
Red Garibaldi, aud Meerschaum, this latter is
made of the very purest and finest clay, and costs,
wholesale, $1.75 a gross, the T. D. s costing fX33
a box of three gross.
The peculiar kind of ci ty of which pipes are
made is found in great abuudauce aud ol unrival
led quality in ihe vicinity of the great Scottish
manufacturing center, aud though many estab
lishments have attempted to compete with the
Whites, both in this country and elsewhere, the
Glasgow pipe stems the tide or opposition, and
bowls all Its rivals out of sight. Iloston Cum
Anion at Alcohol om ike IIIocmI.
liU(inj. Mattin. Mattiii"!
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract Good
CASTLE & COOKES !
Alcohol, in its passage through tbe body first
i reaches the blood, and coining tn contact with all
part of it causes tbe corpuscle 10 ran closer to
j gelber. and adhere in rolls ; it may modify their
! outline, making the clearly defined, smooth oot
1 er edge irregular or crenate. or even starlike ; it
j may change the red corpuscle into the oval form
! ol corpuscle, in which the change ie to great thai
1 if we did not tr ice it throsgh il pbe.se we
j should be puzzled lo know whether the object
I were indeed a blood cell. These changes are due
i to the action of Ihe spirit on water contained in
the corpucle. While 111 changes are going
00 Ihe power to absorb and fix gases Is impaired,
I and when the aggregation of the cell in mases
1 is great, other difficulties arise, for Ihe eerls unit- 1
ed logelber pas ls easily than lliey should
pX ,.Tur. VhOaTlisS SuTst ! Hew Toffc and England,
Uf HE iff HE!
STEAMER CYPHRENES !
on the fibrins uf the blood. It may act in two
ways, according to the degree in which it nfect
the water thai holds the Shrine, and thus destroy
the power of coagulation ; or it may extract the
water aud produce coagulation. This explains
why in acute cases of poisoning by alcohol, the
blood is sometimes found quite fluid, at other
Consisliag ia Part of
AMOSKEAU DIM Mn.
Fid. and MWhsm Ttekiag.
Aaeskstg Bro. Drills. Aaoskeag Bin Drilti.
Fin aad Medians Whwe rtaaaels,
Paleas I Callows.
1 limes firmly
of H. iiith.
coagulated in tbe vessel. Htnilii j Om C
know Irs Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
For Syren firom Boston
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FR01 NO. 2 TO 6,
M IKK It 111 111 Til RMIIVK oltlll lis
fbr any nt tl pump, of this make to be forwartle.1
overUii.1 If necessary
BOILEH FIIED PI MP.
Mill V I' I HPS.
IUN I" I I. l.llll Y PI'UPS,
VAC, I'M PI MP.
Pumps Iter Hot or Cold Water. Stall Water
Prices anil other Information given by
Sw f. DltKWKK A CO., Agents.
B. H. Lyons' Compound
FOR THE WORST
CHRONIC OR RECENT DISEASES,
Rheumatijm. N'taralgis, S re, rieen, Braptionf,
Skin Piiease, Poinalslmgtitnrltiei and ' en
em! Debility, A.'thma. Oioase of tho
Throat, Liver and Kidnoyt.
PURIFYING THE BT.OOD !
giving Health anil Tons to the tiastrio Juices.
Sco Direction for Uiing
LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND.
' DILLINGHAM & Co., 5e11ts.
From London Direct 1 NEW GOODS!
Nantucket, and for greater safety, il was agreed, ' ou raising his hud above water was greeted by a
rnoHS BEST SMITHS
J. Tuns Best Slang
w .Splint Steam Coal,
Bar Irvn, in aisurted sixes.
LIME JUICE CORDIALS !
In 1 dot. eases uf the celebrated manufacture of
JOHN (ill. LUX A Co., Glasgow.
ALSO A FEW OP
Smith & Weilstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Highly reoom men tied bj thoie who bare tried
them, etill on hand, and wi!! be disposed
of tvt LOW toit the times.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
HAWAIIAN BARK R. C, WYLLE,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS !
WHICH THEYHOW OFFER FOR SILL
Groceries, IlubbmkV Taint Oil.
White Zinc, White Lead,
Venetian Rel, Yellow Ochre,
Caastic Soda, C. C. Tin Plate, Sheet Lees,
Eaacc Pans, Tea Kettles, Sheet Zinc,
Galvanised Tabs, Fence Wire,
Refined Iron, White Bros' Portland Cement,
Gnnny Bars, Bnrlap Bars,
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrels,
New Oil Shooki,
EoataUea 1 Co's., Brandy, in glass, one to four
Benteilea m Cs's , Brandy in Casks,
Gin ia Cases,
Window Glass, Ac, Ac., 1c. 639 3m
A. W. P1R & CO.
Offer for Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK,
Flour cfc Bread !
Lime and Cement,
By SteaatT from San Francisco,
Potatoes. Onions, &c.
Brand's Bomb Laneet,
Perry Davis' Painkiller,
Pnnloa Salt Worki
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEI3I f L VRIFIKRS 100 and 500 Galls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Cases H- ':-. ' ' Champagne,
Cases Asorted Brands Champagne,
Cases Henneis.v's 1, 2 and 3 Star Brandy,
Cases Assorted Brands Brandj,
Cases Best Claret.
Cases Best Scotch Whiskey,
Cases Best Holland Gin,
Baskets Best Holland Gin. BftSBsS jus.
Cases Best Old Tom Gin, Cases Assort ed Clarets
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Bast Pale Sherry,
Case? Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Henuessv s Pal Brandy,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Cas Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Caski Jamaica Bum.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pint and Quart.
Blood. Wolfe A Co's India Pale Ale. pts and qts. ;
Bass A Co's India Pale Ale, pints and quarts.
ALSO. JUST RECEIVED PER KA 101!
STEWAVS XXX .VroiT. ia atone Jura.
QUARTO ASD PINTS. I
POST W1XE. lis S ilot raw ; SEIKRIiT M ine
Id l. cn.o ol superior qnality.
Good tor Chicken Feed, Ac, c
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIEEW00D, of the Best Quality
Cut up If required.
JA. I. DOW H LIT,
ha Corner Queen and Fort Streets-
in a lew Gays, it uu was qna, iv j.mv i wwssiwim
am! each one Jo the best fur themselves they
The account the English sailors eave of the
shio was. thai in their first encounter with the
whales they singled oat a splendid spermaceti, a
monster in size. anJ as it appeared ia temper too.
After giving him the harpooD . he dove down
and they payed out the line and followed to the
place where they supposed he would rise. He
came up. a vast "blact object, spouting blood and
water in torrents, and catching sight of the boat
turned in h:s pain and rage upon it, and crushed
the bow and harpooaer both at one fell sweep of
his tremendous jaws. The harpooner was in the
art of throwing a lance, and could'nt recover him
self quick enough to retreat to the stern. Tbe
other boats coming up saved the crew, who were
bv this time in the Water swimming for life, and
thev succeeded in planting four or five more jn
ces'in him. and diverting his pursuit from any
one of them, till at length b turned hi mighty
bark under and died.
The loss of the best harpooner, who was a brave
fellow, naturally threw a damper over the whole
rrew. and before they had done trying out tbe oil
from the murderous whale they began to hear the
groans of their dead comrade about the ship.
Sometime thpv seemed to come from the air
above their heads, sometimes from beneath the
deck, and then again close to the forecastle, and
they were heard even in the captains cabin.
When a cale came on tbey were silent as if he
was waiting for them to join him in the world of
spirits, and at its subsidence they commenced
nrain in even rrreater agony, and continued every
right, and all the night, until they could scarcely "r H
bear it. In vain tbey attacked the whales with , jjjfjj
- tne greatest lury su n,enifi? ma K",ullHi
seemed to appease his unquiet ghost until the
men gave up in despair, and were going to Val
paraiso to abandon the ship when they fell in with
Cs.pt. Swift. Mr. Hussey who was now captain
of the Gertrude hardly knew what to make of the
story, for being a true sailor be was not above an
ingrained linge of superstition ; but be determined
to have an interview with the ghost himself, in
stead of avoiding him. and convince him tbat as
the ship had changed hands, he might as well ac
commodate himself to the circumstance and be
quiet, as bis comrades had done all for bun that
he could reasonably espect.
So when the ship was made snog for the night
and tbe men bad turned ia after the first walco
was set. Capt. Hussey was pacing the deck and
considerimr whether he himsell would not go be
low, as nothing unusual bad happened so far ; just
a be wa placing his foot on the companion lad
der, he heard, distinctly, and it seemed just at hi
elbow, a fong. low eigh. he paused several minute
but heard nothing more, when just as he was
abont to decend ngain he beard it far more dis
tinctly, appearing to proceed from tbe deck be
neath his feet. Just then one of the men came
op hurriedly saying, " D'ye hear tbat, cap'n. tbe
poor fellow" is here sure enoueh. I was lying
along the gun yonder and he groaned so close lo
my ear that I felt the breath of him across my
cheek." Hnssey turned and went to the gun
and looked all around it, then listening a few mo
ments he beard distinctly and apparently from un
der the gun a long sobbioj moan ol great agony.
" M v God. Rill," said one of the men, " but be
do suffer awful."
" Get the lantern." said the captain, "we
find him and get him out of his misery."
Hussev ran down into the cabin for bia pistols,
and while there be heard it again, a voice of most
dire distress proceeding apparently from behind a
partitioa beside the cabia door. It seemed of
such strength, so distinct and lifelike. ond express
ing socb extremity of agony, that the thought
crossed Capt. Hussey mind tbat some one was
confined in the hold and was dying of starvation.
" Liebt here !" shouted be. " follon me into the
hold. I am in hi waka. il ins't a dead nan, it's a
They rushed down Ihe stairs, and seizing a bc
tern from one of them Hussey led the way. ex
amining the storage on either side, bat finding
nothing amiss, ar!fi yet the groans grew loader
and more intense as I hey advanced till it seemed
a if a Goliah wns in Ihe last throes of hi dying
agony. Many of the men were as pale as death,
bat tbe determined courage ef Hnssey inspired
them to follow blm.and face it whatever it was.
They passed through a low wide door, where
empty cask were kept, and ns Hussey flashed hi
lantern round they caught sight of a gigantic arm
and band stretched op from among the empty
casks ; here the soood filled every space, bat had
lost much of tbe human intensity of its tone.
They hastened to tbe prostrate Egnre. half expect
ing to God a giant chained to the floor ; tbey found
a colossal body it it trae. bat it proved to bare
once bees the figure bead of tbe ship's bows.
Tbey raised their lanterns and looked, the
Toice was there without a doobt But what
caused it ? Tbe ship was rolling slowly on tbe
a volley from the gun of an experienced sports
man. Ihe creature turned directly toward the
boat, a if he meditated an attack, but sunk
down and soon reappeared at about a hundred
yard distance on the opposite side of the boat.
The appearance of the sea monster us he appear
ed on that day was the olject of a painting by
"Jack " Beach, which we believe is still in exist
ence, and a copy of which, by Joseph Davis, pre
served in the Uogers family, we have seen. The
sea serpent, surrounded hy bouts, is Ihe orincinul
feature uf tbe foreground and in tha background !
appear a good representation of tbat portion of
the town as .-eeu from the harbor, tha principal
object ul interest being Ihe old fort, the wind
mill the. old Fifit Parish Church, with it pire
and clock, and tbe Independent Christian
Church. An interesting leuture of the picture
is the representation of poplar trees, which were
numerous about tbe town, l .t have nearly all
disappeared. Gloucester (Mas.) Telegraph.
The Hawaiian Archipelago,
IIV ISl.ss SJLBBwaE.AV mill).
Beautifully illustrated with
Original Engraving ,
and a Large Map of the
Crater of Ualeakala,
Tills tv,rK contain Ihe most vlviil descrip
tion or H i v mi i in Seeuery tlmt liua
ever been piibllMlieil. null
ationlit be 1st every
Those Wishing a Copy should order at once.
Price Four Dollars.
Just Received by
AFONG & ACHUCK,
Edward T amoa !
of thoit Superior d. B. BImsw.iI Cetlo..
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
FROM liOSTOX. ALSO.
Garden and Plantation II .... No. I and 2 ; Msttoeks
! C. S. SptJ.s, Shovels. Scoops and Raaet.
Handled Ales, llaleheis Skiagliog aad Aa. pattern
Him Knob Leeks, Chest aad Padlweks. A.
: Ctulnes Pins. Raw Hides, ?ash Cards. tUmt Paper,
1 Sash Cord. Syringes, Mucilage. Horse Cards.
', Sle.Ue,. Champers, Horse Xails and Shoe lak.
T llinr.es i ta U in.. Tinned Taeks S to II in.
' W. W . P. int. Shoe. Serab and Varnish Brashes.
Self Ileal Iron,, Masou's Blaekiag.
dra Slaroh, Whiting. Metallie Paint.
Snow While Zine, Eastern Broom.. Patty.
A large Assortment of Chimneys. Common. Clipper,
Sun, Psrkias A Howss. Ac.
Lanterns. Kerosene Wleks, ie.
A few doien of the best Patent Otass Prassrviag Jars,
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. uregon Ham
I'rssh .salmon, i aad I lb. tins.
Also, on hand,
Paris, Sagle 1 aad 20, and Clipver Plows,
Cultivators. Horse It .... Canal darrowa.
Cane Knives, Seythee and Snallhs, A.
Cat Nails 3d to Slid, Cat Spikea i to inch.
Filee Riund Square, Flat and J Hoand. to IS in.
A LARUK ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
tilasa-MxIO. Mi tm. m mu
-- n antin.i...
V Large Asst. of oilier Goods,
win, -il will bb
Sold at Low Ratoa
CASTLE & COOKE.
For Sale hy
ir. .n. win i nky.
A k.iiiU- I'll r m Well Tilled.
C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
F. II. Kinney, near Worcester, Mass., com
menced, in 1667, the cultivation ot two acres of
land, used until tbat time for pasture, witliin
tha limits oi tbat city, bat three and hull
or four mile From tbe busicess centre, and ad
joining the !iue of the town of Ilolden. This wus
one of the stoiiisst and fnot -ininvitiog of hill
side for cultivation, but favorably located lor
buililiog aud marketing purpose, il u-ing on
Orleans street, and :n an excellent neighborhood.
The firt year he subdued the soil by cultivation
of a crop of potatoes, found a market in the citr
' for the rocks for cellar wall, and returning home
manure to compost forluture crop.-.
nd tbe following snrini; he sut three-
fourth of an acre to strawberry plants and com
, menced building. The third season he realized
31000 for the crop of strawberries from the three
fourths acre, and, having received enough from
other crop to pay I ; cultivation, completed hi
buildings, etc. Sipce lhat time he ha takeu
tbe lead in tbe cultivation of strawberrie. and
realized large profits on bis investments in that
j branch, beide9 originating; some new varieties
j which promise to be valuable additions to the list
' of lhat delicious fruit. At present he ha over
two aores of strawberry plant, in a fine state of
, cultivation ; and having added land from time to
time till hij fruit faro coutain more than
fifteen acres', he has set two acre of grape vines,
of choice varieties, wliievi he has also cultivated
! quite extensively and successfully, constantly
keeping the ground among them, and all square
corners, and newly ptosghed up land, covered with
, vegetables for market, which yielded a paying
The expense and difficulty of procuring a suffi
ciant supply of fertilizers, and the want of em
' ploymeni opon the land during tbe winter sug
gested to Mr. Kioney the expediency of breed
ing and keeping fowl on an extensive scale, and
in the pring ol 1870 he commenced raising brown
: Leghorn fowls from a small stock of thai breed
which he had for many years kept purely bred
from imported stock, secured by him at the time
of their first introduction into this country. In
this enterprise tbe same remarkable success has
! crowned hi efforts. Intelligent and careful
j breediug ha gained for him fabulous price for
' hi bel specimen from fifty lo one hundred
most ' dolin each end lait year bis sales of fowl
I amounted to over $1500. He has raised 1000
chickeoa tbi year, nnd in in a fair way of realiz
) ing nearly doable that amount for them.
Another interesting feature of productive in
dustry has been added tbat of bee keeping
: and eveu the sweet of the wild Bower, while
clover pastare. and the blossoms of tbe cultiea-
ted fruits and flowers, are gathered for .the
' market by those faithful little servant. Four
year ago last spring, be proeered a small twarm,
and now has twelve well filled hive, which be
ha raised from them, besides having received
j over S.'50 for bee and honey sold. Being tbu
I lavombty titOMed aad well cared for, Ms bee
; have produced daring the past season large quan
tities oi noney oi toe very hnest quality, winch
ha sold as a dollar a poaod. Rural A'cic Yorker.
Per Bax-ls. C -li! if X-iOJST
Just Arrived from Boston.
ASUS 'I.VtnF.RLAD COAL.
M1W BEDFORD OIL HUOOKS.
IIUBB3 and SPOKES,
Refined Iron, Sound and Flat!
New Bedford Pilot Bread la (asks,
Parker House Soups, nam's Axes.
Iron Hubb Wberlbarrows,
Leather BelUnf, Rivets aas't sites,
jrrlUiTl"ei Ir'aoliing' !
FENCE WIRE, Nos.5 4 6,
Robber nose, 1 V-ln..
Brass Wire .Selves,
Cedar Boat Boards,
Best Caustic Sola.
CASES DOWNER'3 KEROSENE OIL, PINE
JJJ SMOOKS. 3m
S50 Reward !
I OFFER THE ABOVE JIETIO KEII RE
WARD fir tbe return to meef a POCKET niART
for 1ST, wblcn fl believe- was taken from a Writing Table
in oiy Bad Room at Kapslama : the enrerioc ia Black
Morocco, and It bas my name In Enflleb and Hawaiian on
tbe inside of tbe cover, hue of Book about three Incb
wide and live Inches lout, and called the PACIFIC
coast ::;.', for ts'i."
Honolulu, Oct JJ7S. ;50-lf ; J. L DOWBETT.
FRENH FROST THE FACTORY OF f.Ol'IH
StcXitrraj A (in., received per tylon. in c..ea of two
dot.-n each COO Desea-in one aud two poad cans.
Fur sale low y feU; BOI.LE4 A CO.
White ifc Colored Rattan Mattinsr,
i matting, Rattan Chairs,
i Manila Rope, Peanut Oil,
Xests Camphor Trunks,
Fine Tea, Basket Tea,
China Hams, Naukiu Cloth,
Japanese Umbrellas, Assorteil Silk,
Silver Ware, Ivory Ware,
Sanilal Wood Ware, T.aeijuered Ware,
China Wnrc, Canvas Shoes,
Straw Slippers, Clothes Baskets,
Flnwer Pots, Wrapping Paper,
Dried I.igee, Dried Dates,
Cold ,t Silver Jewelry,
Tortoise Shell fc" Crystal Jewelry,
Gentlemen ,fc Ladies Paty Hats,
China Brick ifc Side-walk Stones
MINGLE AND DOt'llI.E
SITGAK MAT BAGS
A Great Variety ot
OTHER CHINESE GOODS
Too uu me roti to mentions.
FOB SALE BV
A 1 o ; A ACHITR,
&32 If Nnunvna trt. nr Kin.
PARLOR ORGANS !
PARLOR ORGANS !
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
1 MIIIISil.M II Ills
ANl FOR HA I.K
ON II A SI D
PER SHIP ' CEYLON'
A IT E W
SBFSI1 PABLDB 1MI
rjr it i:
jC. R. SALMON BELLIES
EXTRA NO. I,
j Ia 13 1-3 Ik. Kin., ja ib. mm 13 lis.
Full weight, thorough? pckeU. Warranted to keew eweel
PRICES FIR BELOW Any THING OF THE UNO
BBLS. COLOMBIA RIVER SALMON 1
SEASON 1875, No. I,
300 Lb. Ii.i-Ii at ciMiillv LOW PR 1 1 He I
ALSO. A FEW BAHKEUS
C. R. SALMON BACKS
o. I E.TTBA, MCAAOX In 7.1
Two bun tired iUBu tftrb At O. ALO
A FEW BBLS. C. R. SALMON
NO. I, 00 LBS. EACH,
SF .SON 1474 AT TIIE LOW (PRICE OF .
KT Buy. ri r rpeetftlU rrotMStsx! n cU u4
amiof for tbrnlve& "
NEW JUBILEE ORGAN.
1ABTIES IX WAST OF A SICE I NSTRl .
At Reasonables Rates I
For Sale or For Lease.
This Mas Occur to bk i Baneeb. She nid
fheJ take a dozen of egg, bat while the grocer
wa counting ibem out aha naked the price. He
told hex. and ihe shrieked :
- Seventeen cental"
" Yea ma'am."
Why that's outrageous !"
" Well, il'a hard time, and everything ia op."
She sat docn on a sugar barrel, eigbesd several
time, aad asked if egg were like); to be lower
I don't claim to be a prophet," be replied, a
he twisted a piece of paper in the shape of a fan
Del, " bat I daresay that they'll be down to six
teen and one-half cents -in less than a week, and
perhaps go lower. Trade, which is naturally de-
A HASDSOXE COTTAGE. PLEASANT-
lj h:atd, with garden. Ac. containing parlor, three
bedrooms, two cloeeta, dining room, kitchen nnd
I pantry, bathroom, servants boose, carriage bouse and
stahle. ail very conrenieot. and in purred order. Apply to
Ul tt Ul'ilO SrA.VGESV.'ALD. M.D.
NEW ASD rKt.HH RE4 EIVEO. FEB D. C.
MCERAT. FOR SALE BY
IAS- BOt.LE A CO.
Columbia Siver Salmon.
1 TUT RECEIVED PER J. A. FALBIABl'Rd
In barrels and half barrels-
For sale by
ECETVED PER ( EYLOV, AND FOR HA I.E
rsjj; a co.
JVtrt RECEIVED FROST I.UTDOT, A IVOT
ofatrphens BtACE WBITI.va l'K. the best ever
offered In the market. For sale by
Ue-lml H. If. WHtTNET.
WU1 do well to choose from this lot :
bare given satisfaction.
FOK SALE BY
those nid before
Per ' R. C. Wyliei'
DIRECT FROM EI BOPE.IIS DATA !
Bbl. son bst Englfcm Poriandement,
100 (': best Roawa Hemp lilgglcg.
Coils Ilassae. Boll Bop.
Cases Engllsli P rmlu.
Cswes Kagtlsh Plcklea,
C'ssi'S (J round Pepper,
Cases Oroond Xnnard,
Ceaes FreacA Pea.
CASKS TABLE SALT, IS BOTTLES.
. fbr sale at tbe lowest price, by
- BO IX PI A CO.
CITIZEN'S ASD HI SI II E NTS OF HO SO
1.1' IX. Visiting Friends and Htraoger, generally are
cordially mved to attend Public Worship .1 POUT ST.
CHURCH, where Service are beM every Habbath at II
o'clock A. SC., and 7 ', p. M. Seals are provided tar ml 1
wno may be pleased to attend. There Is a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at 7 o'clock, la the Lecture
Boom, to which all are welcome. 121 ly
Br Orders from tbe Trade. City, aad I
solicited and promptly ailed.
E. C. M'C AND LESS,
SW ,m FISH MARKET. STALES 1 A S.
HAWAIIN GUIDE BOOK!
A BRIEF DEATRIPTIO.f OP THE HAWAlTAX SV
LAJlm. THKIR'H A RBSI&M, AIIRICCi TTRAL
BESOCRCKM. PT.jT,nOSX. wt'fTVXKT,
VOLCSOE, CLIMATE, POPCLATHMT.
ASD COMJCKRCX ; wtU
-A- Map, A. TJxll Index,
Ri:i'I HI N I I s TO SEAKLT TWO II I N
DBED Topic or I otc reel, or peace. I be ewaud la
This Really Valuable Hand-Beck,
COSTA EMM 11 PAOBM,
Should be in the Possesion
Every on$ intentling to visit thi Group, or
teeking information about the MmiIm.
It give just the information want
ed by lour ills and immigrant,
with oo4 of
TravellRir. I.lvlnK. 1-xtmtl. etc.
Price Sixty Cts.
I-jUIaM to uj psftxu ot nt t niiArvI rftattm or KarofH.
For 75cte., Fell Postage Prepaid.
A D D B ESS I
H. M. WHmTRT.
WIIITK A BAt'EB. u
OflKIiOX A (KiTCH. "tjinrj
25,000 China Bricks.
EXTRA SIZE. WILL LA T ABOCT SS PER
cent more than Csllfornl srtck. rwasrred pew iarB
. ana lor I
May II, IKS.
BO LLCS At CO.
FOR WHICH THE HICHEST PRICE WII 1
be paid at the Bookstor. tt It. X. WIUrBBT.