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TF1E HAWAIIAN GAZETTE '
BY HENRY M . WHITNEY,
AT FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM
PAT ABLE is advance.
Faretffa UsaaajcrlsWra. 87.00 ta flO.OO.
kick lirlnlii mil. prepaid
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE.
A WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEYOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
Orncr In the new Post Office Building rT "V" T "XT K( '
M. rcham Sir.-. ;, Honolulu, H. I. UL. A.l.-INO. OU. .'
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1875.
WHOLE No. 570.
I -.i In! and InterrMtlne-
t tf the Mrtbdsy party
Jsvdd, vf tionuluiu.
to t nMKr ttorw ' How much Uiey mesui I
hmrr tby wmi '
of Ttw art ' What pruTaa of th p-n '
down of w rung ' W list llfUuK up of men
b cit phw to car and rmO ;
toruMft muUXe Ui salt.
r now . nor m&Jiin's inl.
mm draws, out tin- Tiny thread,
wast- and laiutwr lie,
-HUT rut Hoi thf paper flies..
mkC vkp acarenv moo- can oat-,
law Lfcrtouuac tu row v our m-u
L av: J Mwl ttoetr tor aonrw have ran,
a for pActmr tax tbe ffoldea sun.
. i Kite erer waging strif'1
0 ui-sa th BMatry wrooc of life.
a ivt -Uatte. cauae of our free land,
V ha: pi
eartv. at jot Fatiiers sirrn cammand :
hvadaaaei will. aroonri to relocUnt toll
I Mafli a mmu Ue4rwi3 ar vtrjln soil,
An ttj .uc .trife tlya lYWoin B cuanipioii waced,
a. r-. ..w:.-i. of: puatied O. tin- wall.1'
HfL an a tMrtd asT Wood, tta Snal fall.
AVajd aa ttw Mp aoaf attalu no mora wo aae
Twe afat l i. la-Sam akave In tw iKefiirtb fro !
Tmmx j rrlrt of yaaia ? that aaouatof time !
WtMcw om, wioMaii aioo-, are left to rliuih,
. -.froti, who.- PiaL bright
Yaw uudiBa'o eye aaay see the iaatd of AfajtaL
fray aaafc around from that tall mount of years
Aud s if tu. ore. the promised land" appean ?
Ifawt heyoBKi la Jordan a cagad atraam.
Am4 immx pavH Meotah of the rood mwi'n dream
m'heo Miasm loako.1 from Ptatsah stormy height,
0 r ttw awtft rrwr. for that laod of Mailt,
. - r.. i. r; and hiil -! al. s of ert-n
i-Uai atreiched uu trod between ;
ar of nadueoH ahed.
iWxwaw ao foot of his that laud could tread.
Lifer mmm ymu look, from yon taiimonnt of yean;
Ukc Maa. to j oa the promised land" appears ;
luu doc have luoa aassai yum yoor atop restrain,
y. - uia;. mi wis i land you rain.
Vow frt ahaul aoaw I hi sacwl ju t is. tread,
k circle nmud your head.
. B. Cm October tllh, 167. S. ii.
A baJ polic One that has run oat.
.aaJ for a bark Pulling a dog't tail.
Masic of the sphere-" The clicking of billiard
Patroni of Lasbandrj Mother with marriageable
At a apelUor aebool id Indianapolis all the lawyer,
editors. Clergyman and teachers went down on " ipe-
A iaahtoo elitor say ; There if omethiog rery
pretty ii ladies' glovei thia eeaion which it a
ban iffosnr coajpliment.
A wag doaan't know why the school ship should be
ail the time at anchor. If it ii an apprentice abip it
ought to be bound out.
A man ro the South recently ate, for a wager,
pound of sawdust. This i anew way of taking board
Here encouragement for defeated spelleri. The
rat man bowiod out in a St. Louis match wai an cx
Yaor Pmidant candidate. C. Grmtt Brown.
" Oa ths t ardt." fiilaf Card war married the
other day, and oa bis wadding notice-were the words,
' .No Cards.' Hut he doesn't know what may hap
faati. George, dear, don't you think it Is rather rxtra
toyaar of you lo eat hatter with thatdelieioui jam ?
. c ec mumriccil '. Same piece of bread does for
' fir." aaid John Henry' wife, to a gentlemen
treading n hrr drast, " you are delaying tbe train."
" Mads ma." said he, " vour conductor should pull
When a Ccnnectiut deacon nudged a aomnnlent
worshipper with the contribution box, the sleepy in
dividual awoke partially, smiled, murmured, " I
don't smoke !" and dropped off again.
A bote -keei-er at a station on the Central Pacific
i aaid tu call bin guasta to dinner by dif-
e barrel of a double-barrelled gun. lie
other barrel to collect with.
ii not going to ask any more conun-
t t ceatly asked his wife the difference be-
toren hu band and a aog'i bead, and she aaid there
was Ann, lie aay that is not the right answer.
lease say the talk about shortening the hours of
saber is all nonsense , because if the hours were short
ened he would hare to take more of them to do his
work. He doesn't want to work more hours.
There ? a nercer down East who lathers his custo
mer with guano water. The consequence is, that if
Beared ere a eloeely they scarcely reach the end of
the street until they are ready for another scrape.
An ny -country exchange, located in the ricinity of
" sugar casus. " in alluding to the near approach of
spring, says : " Soon the dusky squaw will be seen
straining maple sugar through her winter stockings."
One for her 3Cb. Toung lady rtsitor " There,
there, don't cry like that, eren suppose you did fall
downstairs and hurt yourself. I shouldn't." Young
tteatlesaah "Oh. I dessay not ; but I ain't got a
chmyoo, like you !"
The editor of the AHfired Dnngtown Sentinel, de
scribing an epponent, whose person was extremely
slim, uays, " I will tell you what, sir : thatman don't
ant to a sum in arithmetic : add him up, and
e'i nothing to carry."
A country parson in writing a letter of condolence
to the widow of a late member of the Legislature
sars " 1 ea- not tell bow pained I was to hear that
your hut ano had goae to boa vex. We were bosom
irtends, but cow we shall never meet again "
Oa arriving at Calais, on her way to make the
I tour, an English lady was surprised and some-
; indignant at being termed, for the first time in
her life, "a 'otrigner." "Ton mistake, madam,"
said she to the libeller, with some pique ; " it is on
a no are foreigners. We are English.
Whilst I was at K man killed a siek cow, in
wheee stomach was found a large brass pin, a hair
pin, and a q i. entity of hooks and eyes. A jury of
the neighbors, informally summoned for the occasion,
returned an era! rerdict that the unfortunate deceased
had f wallowed a milkmaid at some period of her adult
In Joe Darte's country, a woman committed sui
cide by hanging herself to an apple tree. At the
t-s n -hbor, nothing the sad SLppeaiance of
the husband, eosxaoled him by saying that he had
met with a terrible lose. " Yes," said the husband,
hearing a tigh, " ahe must hare kicked like thunder
to shake off x bushels of green apples that would
hare been worth adollar a bushel when they get
" Why, yor rascal." said Dr. Radcliffe, the great
physician . to a pari or who dunned him, " do you
reread t he paid for toe a pte of work? Why,
you bare spoiled my pavement, and then covered it
ever with earth to hide your bad work. M " Doctor."
said the peri'T, " -wine li not the only bad work the
earth hides.'' " You dog. you," said Dr. Redclifie.
t,.c are a wit; you must he poor. Coma In, and
yew shall he paidL"
A con peti. re competition was lately held for the
purpose af appointing fit persons to some of the
Government sAeef in England. One of the candi
dates inadvertently spelled the word Venice with two
a 's, thru Van nice. The examiner a clerer man, hut
not always a correct speaker, sternly inquired, - Do
ron not knew , sir, that there is bat one hen in Venice P
' Thee eggs must be eery scarce there," was the
ready reply. The candidate passed.
Hay sprinkled with a little ehloride of lime and left
for an hour in a closed room will remove the smell of
When acid bas been dropped on any article of
clothing, spply liquid ammonia to kill the acid, then
apply the chloroform to restore the color.
Roasted coffee is one of the most powerful meant
not only of rendering animal and vegetable effluvia
innocuous, but, it is also said, of actually destroying
If a glsss stopper wont more, hold the neck of the
bottle to a flame, or warm it by taktog two turns of a
string and see-sawing it. The beat eogendered ex
pands the neck of the bottle before a corresponding
expansion reacbe the stopper.
Before laying the carpet, if moths are suspected it
is well to rub the bc-ards over with turpentine :
sprinkling with very dilute carbolic acid, about a tea
apoonfal to a gallon of water, is also a good precau
tion. This last should be rubbed over the walls be
fore the pajier is put on.
Herbs intended for drying should be picked just
before the plant blossoms. Wash tbem until they are
entirely free from dust, and place tbem on a sieve to
drain. Then put tbem in the oven and let tbem re.
main until they are perfectly dry. Afterward rub
from the stalks, put in giass jars and cover closely.
Tbere is good reason to believe that contagious
diseases are often communicated by dogs, cats, and
other household pets. A case af scarlet fever recent
ly occurred in England in which a dogeonveyed the
disease. He had been the constant companion of a
fever patient, and bis hair doubtless became impreg
nated with the malaria.
Curry has been discovered to be bad for the com
plexion. Dr. Henderson, writting to an Indian paper,
says that al! curries are colored with turmeric, and
that if habitually eaten they will in coarse- of yeirs
affect the fleshy tissue, and ultimately the skin. The
jaundice hue of many Anglo-Indians is not due to
sun-burning or any affection of the lirer, but results
solely from the constant consumption of curries con
To make crullers : Mix well together half a pint of
sour milk, or buttermilk, two teacupfuts of sugar,
one teacupful of butter, and three fggs well beaten I
add to this a teaspoonful of saleratus dissolved in hot
water, a teaspoonful of salt, half a nutmeg grated,
and a teaspoonful of powdered cinnamon : sift in
enough flour to make a good dough ; roll it ont not a
quarter of an inch thick : cut in small oblong pieces :
divide onend in three or four parts like fingers, and
twist or plait them over each other. Fry tbem in j
boiling lard. These oakes may be cut in strips and
the ends joined, to make a ridg or In any other shape.
Mothers oannot watch their children too closely
during the summer and autumn, to prevent them
eating unripe fruit. The process of digeilion is very
rapid with children and they almost incessantly
crave for food, especially fruits and sweets. Even
ripe fruit must not be indulged in too freely. Many
people are of the opinion that if children like a thing
it must be good for tbem. This is a great mistake,
(iire poison to children and they will eat or drink it
ust as well as if it were a good article of food. Ani- '
aials are guided by their instinct and their wonderful
ly developed organs of smell in the selection of their
food. Human beings do not possess such an instinct
or such powerful organs for smelling. Those who
have the care of children must teach them how and
what to eat.
The following recipe will restore the original polish
to furniture, especially in the case of such articles as
pianos, fancy tables, cabinets, lacquered ware, etc.,
which have become tarnished by use : Make a polish
by putting half an ounce of shellac, the same quanti
ty of gum lac and a quarter of an ounce of gum sanda
rac into a pint of spirits of wine. Put them all to
gether in a stone bottle near the fire, shaking it very
often. As soon as the gums are dissolved it is ready
for use. Then take a roller of woolen rags soft old
broadcloth will do nicely put a little of the polish on
it, alio a few drops of linseed oil. Rub the surface
to be polishee with this, going round and round over a
small space at a time, until it begins to be quite
smooth. Then finish by a second rubbing with spirits
of wine and more of the polish. Furniture thus ,
treated will hare a brilliant lustre equal to new.
The art of arranging bouquets is very simple. It
is only necessary to possess a good eye for color and t
have some idea of tasteful combination. At present
the most elegant bouquets are those in the flower of
the season are skillfully arranged according to their
hues, fragrance being usually made subservient to
color. Having collected the flowers to be used on a
tray, all the superfluous leaves should be picked from
the stems and, by placing the flowers side by side,
yon can easily see the order in which they will be
most advantageously displayed. A rery pretty hand
bouquet can be made by taking a small straight stick,
not over a quarter of an inch in diameter ; tie a
siring to the top of it, and begin with a few delicate
flowers, or one handsome one for a centre piece,
winding the string about each stem as yon add the
flowers and leaves tc the bouquet. Always place the
flowers with the shortest stems at the top, reserving
all those with long stems for the base, and finish up
the bouquet with a fringe of finely -cut foliage. Then
cut all stems evenly, wrap damp cotton about them
and oorer the stems with paper cut in pretty lace de
signs. Io making bouquets from garden flowers,
such as arc most easy to procure, the flowers csn be
arranged flatly and a background made from sprays
Teething children who are beginning to eat solid
food csn be supplied with nothing better than bis
cuits made from granulated wheat. The ohild will
not attempt to swallow this food until it is softened
by mastication, and the mechanical action of the
Licutt upon the gums will greatly assist the teeth
toward making their appearance. The act of eating
this food will necessarily occupy much time, and this
will give the teeth and jaws considerable valuable
exercise. The food thus swallowed prores rery nutri
tious, and rapidly builds up small boys and girls, as
well as larger ones. In all stomach troubles and bowel
complaints it seems to bare a wonderful power to re
gulate and restore.
It often happens that blaok calico and other printed
goods which hare a white pattern on a blaok ground
will not bear washing, unless some precautions are
taken to prevent " running," or in other words, the
white spots acquire a reddish color and the black
ground becomes dull and foxy. This can be avoided
by the following method : Dissolve two ounces cf red
eromate of potash, three ounces of common salt, and
two and a half ounces of sal soda, in a wash-boiler
full of water heated to a boiling point. Put the dress
into this hot bath for fire minutes, and frequently
turn and stir It. Then wash it thoroughly in clean
water. There will be no further danger of discolora
tion, and tho white portions of ths goods will appear
perfectly bright and clear.
Rice is inferior in nutrition? qualities to wbeaten
flour, and should by no means be depended on as a
main constituent of the dietary for infants, but may
supply an agreeable change, especially when the
bowels are in a relaxed condition. It has been a
farorite food for children erer since its first introduc
tion, and is recommended fay many of the earliest
English writers on the management of infants and
children. Erery nurse has her own formula for the
preparation of riee foods. The following is a rery
good one : take two tablespoons ful of ths best rice
and soak for an hour in cold water. Pour away this
water and macerate and gently simmer the rice in a
quart of water for two or three hours. Strain through
a fine sieve, aad add warm milk, with a little loaf
sugar aad a tew grains of salt.
F. A. RCHAEFEB it CO..
Importers &. Commission Merchants
Honi.tnlu, Il...ii.ti IJndt
int. O. M. I ft Til
HOMEOPATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
m HOTTOIATLU. H. I.
E. HOl'I'M'iu.ii:;i;it Sc. CO .
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Honolulu. 0.fan. H. I. o326 ly
D. II HITCaCOCK,
TC" otnry Public
M Illlo. Hawaii.
K. O. HITCHCOCK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, HTLO, HAWAII.
oSMj Bill. Promptly Collwti. lj
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE
Cutlery. Drr Good,. P.inU .nil Oili, tod Uunrnil Mir
cbudi.r. No. to, Kmc Strtrt. Honolulu. SM Ijr
JH X. WATEBHUI'Ki:.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
Qnwn Strati. Honolulu. II. I.
M. a It 1 It II .11 Ac CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
Io Faabloaablf Clothing. Hat, C, Boot. Sbors and
. v. r variety of Qentlrmen'H superior FiiruUliIng tioods.
m r t- in Jdakec'i Block, tneeo blrect, Honolulu. 11. L
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST.
Comer Fort and Hot.! Ftrert. Houolulu, OmLn.
Kept op.0 ...ry H.tnrctoy Kvriilnc. oS25 1y
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
And Agent for Uking AcknowledcmeuU of InitrnrucDtl for
tbe Inland ofOaliu.
oUS No. ft Kaabumanu Street, Honolulu, H I. ly
PEIKIE & CO.,
(SucceMor to C. 1 KlcnAan. Jt Co.,)
Ship Chandlera and General Coinmii.ion Merchant.
ALSO Agents fur Utt J'uuloa Salt Wtrl'S.
521 Honolulu, Hawaiian Iilanda, 1,
C. B. LEWKR8. J. (1. Mi a, us
I.I M l IS A niCKKOil,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
And all kind, of Building Material., Fort Street, Honolulu
E. P. AA!H(i,
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. I.
JOH. H. I'AH,
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
F. r the Stat, or California. Office at the Bank of Bishop &
Co., Kaabumanu Street Honolulu. ob'21 ly
ItOI.!.l: A CO..
Ship Chandler, and Commission Merchant.
Importer! and Dealer, in General Merdiauulae, Queen Stroet,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island!.
A cents for tbe Kauuakakai, Moaualua, and Kaknnko
Salt Works. S47 ly
OS. 1HOTT SMITH,
Hating resumed practice, can be found at bis rooms orer E
strehi t Co.'s Drug Slote, corner of Fort aud Hotel Streets.
ST. G. lit 11 1 A A CO..
Commission Merchants. Plantation and Insurance
465 Honololn. Hawaiian Islands. ly
IHt. F. U. Ill T HI0.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office at Drug Store, corner of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Residence, rtuuatiu Ave., near School street!.
Office hour., h 11 a. M. 669-1 y
H. F. EHLER8 A CO.,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proofgtore. Fort St,, aboTeOdd Fellows Hall. Mo-Iy
H. F. McMTl'RE A BROTHER,
GROCERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY,
Corner of King and Fort streets,
I10N01.VLU. 623 ly
i. s. ram. i. v. um.
FRIEL A I.ll-W:.
GROCERIES AND PROVISION DEALERS
Family Orocery anil Fffd Store,
5U It W Port Street, flooolnla.
A. B. CLKG BOSJT, Jlfo. B. SMITBIKS-
A. S. CI-KGUORili fc Co..
rvpoBTxms asm deai.zr isr
Comm-Qucsn and Kaabmnatio Streets.
636 ly Nnuano St., and corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
C. BREWER & CO.,
n. a. r. CASTES
p. c. J M - JR.
j. d. aaiwsa. )
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
g Honolulu. Hawaiian Island. It
CHAN. T. CLUCK,
Agent to take Acknowledgments for Labor
HI Interior Office. Honolulu. ly
H. HACKPELD A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Quean Street. Honolulu, II. t. 52-lyl
WILDER A CO.,
Successors to Dowsett A Co., Corner Fort .nd Queen Streets.
Lumber, Paint, Oils, Nails, Salt and Building
(to'-iy Material of every kind.
f. t. i.i;m;ii A A Co.,
Importers and Commission Agent and Wholesale
Dealers in General Merchandise.
M7 Queen St.. next to the Office of J. I. Dowsett, Esq. (ly
E. O. HALE. A SO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
Dry Goods, Paints, Oil. and General Merchandise,
SM-j Corner Fort and KlnfStl.
TUOL G. TMlt I H.
Stationer, News Dealer and Book
binder. Merchant Street, Honolulu. Also Stencil Cutting;. En
grarlns:. CallgTapfcy and Copying, promptly exented on
reasonable terms. 6C9-ly
G. W It ICOll ,
MONTGOMERY SQCARF., oyer Smith'! Bridge.
Roads constructed. Bridge! built. Obstructions remoyed, Ac
bo .taps and Profiles. 3s
It M l! I It l F. BICKERTOX,
At Judge Jonew Office. Merchant St.,
Bills and Debt collected. Legal Documents drawn. Copying,
Book Keeping, Mortgage., Sales and Lea.ee of Houses
and Lauds negotiated, and General Commission
MB carefully executed. Sra
IMPORTERS LSD WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hata. Caps, Boot!, Shoes, and
erery eariety of Gentlemen's Fnrnlshing Good.. Snow's
Building, Merchant Street. Honolulu. TSOS-ly
Afo.ig a ACHLCK.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers
in General Merchandise
And China Goods. In the Fire-Proof Store on Nuuann
Street, under tfc. Public Hall. S6 ly
Xo. 34 Fart Stress, odd Fellaww' Rail,
Importer of and Dealer in Dry Goods and
Clothing, Eats and Caps,
FVBSISBISO OOODS, tc, sfc, sfcc
HTTsE3 ! ) Te itlf krat Price paid for CJREEN
II LJJIj, I and DRY HIDES.
Alao Pf LI' mm COFFEE 1
C. H. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Salesroom on Quean Street, one door from Kaahutnann
MO Street. ly
e. T. SHIPLEY, m. D.
(Formerly of the regular seiTicc of the 1. S. S.)
i Office at Mr. Strebx's Drug Store, corner of Fort and
604 ntel Streeta. Honolulu. 3m
Attorney and Solicitor,
i Is authorised to lend from 800 to 10,000, on Mortgage
of Freeholds at lowest rate, of interest,
i ksV Agents in London, and la all parts of Aostr.Ua,
Office on Fort 8tre.t, (opposite Mr. Ira RichartUon's
I Store), Honolulu. 469 3tn
X3 y - . w . oiso van..
Comer of Hotel and Fort Streeta
The choice.! and best of ALES, WINES aud SPIRITS
always to be found at the Bar. M5 ly
fischer a wicke,
cabinet makers, hotel street,
Next door to gtrehz's Drug Store.
Furmtnt-r mstie snd repslred at re.unable rstM. Billiard
Tables repaired and altered. Pianoi moved, Ac, Ac
Orders from tbe utber Istauds will be promptly aU
tended to. ooT ty
1. C ALU. M f. BOBI.XSO.V.
AMIN & ICOItK V
At RoblDBon'i Wharf,
Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of Building
Material. Paints, Oils, Kails, 6c., 4c, &c.,
aoekt'i or - i. j.rr.9
1'auabl, Active. Mary Ellen,
60S Fairy Qneen, L'ilama. lj
I'll i:o. II. DATIES,
LATC J A M I ,Li t Co.J
IMPORTER AND C0MMI881CH MERCHANT,
as: ao cut rot
Lloyd'i and tbe Liverpool Underwriters,
Briiihb and Fureigu Mariue Inturatce CotnpSDr, and
Northern Auorance Company. 06 20 i v
I. K. CASTLE. J. B. ATBKRTOf. J. P. COOKE.
AVI I.i: Sl COOKE,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSIOF MERCHANTS,
Dealers in General Merchandise,
No. 80 King Street, Honolulu, Hawailao Islauds.
.... AO E NTS FOP.
Tlie Union Insurance Compaoof8an Franetsca Tbe New
Koplsnd Mutual Life Iniorance Company, Itoslon.
lite Oregon Packet Line, The Khala Plantation,
Dr. Jnyne k Ami's Celebrated The BstM Plsntttlon.
Medicines, VV. II. Bailey'i Plantation,
Wbceier k WIIson' Sewingj Walalia Plantation,
Msclilnes, tSA& ly) llamakua Plantati.ip.
BISHOP & CO.,
HONOLULU HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
....DIUVT EXCHANUE ON
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. : : SIN FRANCISCO
AND AOKMTS IS
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, : : LONDON
AND TUIU SJtl.N'CHU IX
j (tn y. snd
And transact a General Banking Bniiness. &'2& ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
UU X. DO..ELL,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER.
Kin; Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis' Cooper Shop. Will
MO bay and sell eeeood-haad Vnrultare. ly
WlfG A VO.,
Boat Pilot BrtMul and Crack.ra always on hand. Comar of
Xaoji&Q and FtrrcUnta Streeta. uMO ly
MGEa41AIV A JOii.oin,
VCcfolinTi t Tailors.
ajg Kaabnmsnn ?t , opposite Mr. G. Rhodei' Store. If
alex, ca.h r bkll,
No. 8 Nnnano Street, Honolulu.
THOMAH I I I k,
Sy .accessor to John Kolll.
W Machinist, Lock and Gun Smith
1 Sewing Machines repaired; Dealer ia Sportina; Goods
AK.ntr.T the Celebrated ri,OKt?ILE HWlfll MACI1IN MB.
40, fort Street, Honololn. II. T. Sia-lj
mi-: 1 -koimii.it i market.
THE PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE NO
pains to make this
First-Class in Every Particular!
ROOMS CAN BE HAD BY THE WEEK OR NICHT,
with or without board.
Hall and Large; Rooms to Let for Public
652 Meeting; or Societies ly
SI I. All NOW COMING IN ami lor Bale In
quantities to suit purchasers oy
So'otn AFONU dt ACHL'CK.
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
CAMPBELL sfc Tl KTO.V PROPRIETORS,
Crops of Ufiar of superior quality, now coming In and
for sale in quantities lo suit by
567 3ru B. HACKFEI.I) A CO.
EW CROP .VOW IN. AM) FOR SALE I.V
quatitltk-s to suit purchasers, by
567 3m a BREWEK K VO.
NEW CROP OF SUGAR AMD MOLASSES
now coDilng In, and for sale In quantities lo suit pur
ss; 3m C. BREWER (X)., Agents.
n. J. COOLIDOE.
OFSEKEEPERS A.M OTIIER.S WILL
and the excellent sugar of the above plantation at
565 ly C. BREWER 4 CO.
HIDES. SKINS, TALLOW.
The i mi:ksk.m:i com tim'i: to pay
the highest market price for Dry Hides Goat Skins,
57 3m C. BREWER ot CO.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE IlrTDERSIGXED CIIMIMT, TO DI Y
Wools at good prices. Wools coming to market this
Spring particularly desired to make freight,
567 Im C. BREWER A CO.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins
Constantly ok hand aud for sale
from ths well known
WAIXKA TANNERY. C. NOT LEY, Prop'r.
Hi ly A. S. CLEOHORX A CO.. Agents.
MILK! MILK! MILK!
WELL-KNOWN POONUI DAIRY I
THIC rXDEKSKiSFD II AVISO PIR-
chssrd the well known herd of ACU-OlX
lOOXVrSI irosa air. j. jticn rdon, and ait.-
laTiiiir .t-ad ths land known as ta raasm Milk Ksnch, be
ii preparra to tarnish to custom!?
PURE FRESH BILK, IR QUANTITIES TO SUIT)
At Six Cents per Unart,
Fall mwuurs guaranteed, and delivered In the morning
3S-To large c&ftosBsrs, inch as Hotel and Eeitanrant
keepers. Slilps of War. tc, he will make special contracts at
Orders glTen to John, wbo has charge of ths Milk Tan,
or left at the international Hotel, will be promptly attend
ed to. foMl 6m AKONO, Proprietor.
OR WHICH THE HIGHEST PRICE WILL
be paid at Um Bookstore of H. M. WHITNEY,
444 Next to Post Office.
A HEW LOT OF THE LAWRENCE FAC
tor? an assortment of Numbers received per Ceylon
and for sal. low by (US BOLLE1 A CO.
C. WALLER, Proprietor
King; street, KB ly Honolulu.
HHG HOX. Til Sl Co.,
560 Corner of King and Maanakea Street, Honolulu. j
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
Io Fornitoreof every description, turnltar. WarHounis on
Fort Street. OHOStM CUase s PlioUiftrsph Usllery. Work
simp at the old srUnd aa Hotel Street, near Tort.
o660 Orders from tbe other Islands promptly att.ode.1 to. fly
IIOVIl l l.r BOAPWOKH),
BY W.J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor of the above Worka Is prepared to supply his
customers, snd tbe pubic in general, with tbe best quality of
Yellow Soap, soft soap always on hand.
MS 7.'.. llighut Prict Paid for Sup Ortau. ly
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET.
Next door to Lore's Steam Bakery, Nunanu Street, Honolulu
F. W. DV.IIE, Proprietor.
Beef, Mutton and Yaal of the Best Quality.
Also Salt Pork, salt Beef, Sonari.r Pork Sausages,
always oo hand .nd Sold at tb. Lowest Uarket Price..
:: . Meat, delivered to all parts of tbe City. i'ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STKA.1I KMil.VKS M l. Ill MIl.I.s.
Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass and Lead Castings,
Machinery of Every Description,
star- Hade to Order, 'at
Particular attention paid to Ship' Blacksmithing
x, - JOB WORK executed on tbe shortest notice, oofio ly
WAY & VANDOORN
BEG LEAVE TO IKKORM THE PUBLIC
of Honolulu, that tlier hare tble us- iiteri-d lulu a
Cu-iMirtDerahit for the porposa of csrryfog ou the
in all iU branches; baring taken ths lira nd on Fort Street,
iiiy ocenpirti by Snell k King, where by strict attention to
bueitiess aud fair dealing, thsy hope to receive a tbors of ths
public patrouagc. L- WAY,
HoDolulo, Sept. 14th, 187a. oSoB 3m
3frO TO THE
63 Fort Street,
R. C. KIBBY, PROPRIETOR.
fll'LL BOARDIS PKR WEEK. MEAIA AT
1 all hours from I o'clock A. M., to 9X P. K. Sun
days, dose at 7 o'clock P. M.
Ice t reaiu, Iced Soda, Ulnirer Pop, Ac.
snd all guod things that the market furnishes In season.
MT RAIsL AND SEE ! '.
Honolulu, Aug. 1th, 187S. Ms 3m
Boston Board of fc'nder writers.
6KHT9 for tho Hawaiian lalaads,
iJT-ly C. BRXWKR CO.
Philadelphia Board of rnderwriters.
AOKNTS for the Hawaiian Island,
37-ly i . BRRWKR at r. i.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
mi IVSIRTB Bl liniMiH. 1ER-
chandlse and Furniture, on liberal terms, by
H. HACKPELD et CO., Agents.
f 11I1K l V DKRSIUXED. ASIITI OP THE
S above C.apany, have hm aothorlsed to Insore risks
on Cargo, freight aod Treaatar., from Honolulu
to all ; hi. of tit. wor Id, and vie versa.
52) ly H. HACKFBLP A CO.
I A M H I : RsUM-.II II K M
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
fMlHE ll)KHHiEU having bean ap-
M. pointetj AgvDta of the .tsov. Corupany, ar. nrvared
to insure risks aaaiust fire, on atone and Brtckx Ballrt
ng, antl ou Merchandise stored Isssvaia, srj th. most
fav..rsble lernis. For uarliculars apply at the rtt r of
ii; ly F. A. jSCUAKfhR A CO.
r. A. sCHAEFEB,
AoKVT of Umiiiii Board of Underwriters,
Agent of Dresden 1: -mi of Underwriters.
Agent ol Viunn. Board of UDderwriters.
Claimi against Insurane. I'xrni panic, witbia tbe jnrisdktion
of Hi. above Boards of Uoo.rwr1t.rs, will hsvs to be certi
fied to by tb. aU.v.ag.nt to make them vslid MM l.T
THE AOEST FOR THE BRITISH For
eign M;irin. Insurance Cirtripeny. (Limited), has
CivsMl iustructiotis lo ristne. tba rataa of lnsurer.ee
betaeso Honolulu and I ' -1 1 io the Pacific, and ia now prs
parsd to issue Policies at the lowest rate., witk a Ipecial
reduction on freight per steamers.
TIIEO. H. DAVIKS,
Ml ly Agent Brit. Foe. Mar. Ids. Co.. liasHssl.
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF S.V.N F It A .N CISCO.
1VX rvi Inc.
CASTLE & COOKE. ACENTS
8 For the Hawaiian Islauds. lj
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDISBVRQII.
Accumulated and Invested Fund. 3,838,118
rNIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEI AP-
S. POINTED AUENTd for tb. SMOiIwicb Islauds, aod are
authorised lo iosure against Fir upon favorable tortus.
Kisks Uken in any part of tbe Islands oo Wooden Building!
aud merchandise stored tberelu, Dwelling Houses and Fura
ilnre. Timber, Coals, Ships lu harbor with or without cargo,
or under repair. Sll ly) ED. HOFPSCHLANUPIt A CC.
THE NEW ENGLAND
Mutual Life Insurance Co.. of Boston,
Tblrtjr.One Team stniiillng 1
Policies Issued on the moat favorable Term
THE GREATEST RISK THEN ON I LIFE. $20,000
Surplus distributed among lh". members
Assets, $12,220,000 !
CASTLE St COOKE, ACENTS
SS8 FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. ly
SHIP AND GENERAL BLACKSMITH.
Shop on Jndd Wharf, foot of Nnnano Street, next to the
Old Custom House, llonolulu, II I.
CA Rill AGE REPAIBISO DONE.
Has constantly m hand aud for ssle, a good sisortment of
the Best Bsr Iron.
All orders from the other Islands will be carefully attended
to. All work in my line executed with dispatch and guar
anteed. oW ly
0. gzoiutc E. Kistlxs.
G. si.(,i;i,Ki; k co.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Xanana Street, between Merchant and Queen.
Have constantly oa hand, Stoves, Pipe. Oilvanixed
Iron Pipe, Plain and flose Bibhe, Slop-cocks, India
Kuboer none best 3-pty, in leogms ot sou au
feet, with couplings and pipe complete. Bath lots,
and also a very large stock of Tinware of every de
Partlcolar attention given to Ship-Work. Orders from the
other Islands will he carefully attended to.
Thankful to the Cttisens of Hon .lulu and tbe Islands gen
erally for their liberal patronage in the past, we hope by
strict sttentlon to business to merit tbe same for the future.
HE UNDERSIGNED are AUTHORIZED
HAWAIIAN SOAP WOBKS l
GREY & CO., H
Manufacturer sttd Dealers In
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS,
I.eleo. Kins; Street, Honolulu
Beef. Mutton and Ooat Tallow wanted. Order, and Bill!
left at Ira Kichardson's Boot snd Shoe Store, will meet with
prompt attention. 521 ly
Pi I -iis :s
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fit it -5
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G. WALLER, Proprietor.
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poulti-y, Vegetables, &o.,
I'ornlahccl to Order.
JIXTRASTaeadaya and Ttanradaya-Teal,
(Unless otherwja. ordered.)
Tb Proprietor bavto. leased the neat aod commodious
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining tbe Family Meat Market. wBl be prepared to
promptly and saMxferVjrfly fill orders for everytbAaff re
quisite to forrush tbe table, with all tbe Substantial! aad
Delicacies tbe country affords.
asv-Nhlplng; supplied ass Short Notlee.-H
Meats, Ac, delivered to art parts of the city without ex
tra charge. SU Imj CI. WALLER.
Insurance Company of California
On Cargo, Freight and Treasure
From Honolulu to all parts of ths world,
CoaterH, by Special Rermlswlon !
Oa the most fsTorable tern).
W. G. I It WIS CO ,
697-Ir Agsnti for tbe UswslUu Islsndt.
FIB EM AN '8 FUND
OF SAN FEANUISCO,
Fire stud Misrlxte,
Caah Capital, bold 8300,000.
By writing small lines on caralnlly selected risks well
INDEMNITY SECOND TO SOKE.
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
507 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
ASSSTC, stfe X 7 , OO 0,0 O O 1
THE HOST KCCCKSSFCL I NSC It t N IX
COMPANY In Ul. World.
CHARTERED IX 1151.
Ha the advantage of Western Rates of Interest. Never
lost a dollar of Its Securities and never falls to pay Its
For particulars apply at tbe Office of
W.O. IRWIN A CO.,
oMT 1) Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY,
FIBE AND MAEINE INSURANCE.
CAPITiVIj, - - SL 1,000,000
(With unlimited HshUity of Shareholders.)
"See to't well, protect yoorself." g.&Ktsrsass.
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE,
Of erery description of property may bs effected with
tbis Company at moderata rates.
Merchandise, Goods and Freight Insured
By steamers snd sailing vesaela
49 Loess, can be made payabl. In Qouololu.
O. N. 0W1W,
624-lye (At Mr. i. T. Waterhoase'i) Agent tor Honolulu.
LIFE INSURANCE GO.,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
In the l olled State.
sm G. WILDER,
US Sm Agent fer the Hawaiian Islands.
(Bold Pes er Focitet knit's- :
LAIDE VA'AIKTT. AND TO BE HAD AT
tb Book aod New Depot of
h. m immrrr.
ow oSsvoO-sr sr-wx-xaaxrvrci .
9pce Meassred m ,
Nonpareil Type. J
(1 LineU inch ... I 00 1
ea 1 Inch
?! Lie2 inrhes
ia Uues 3 inches.. j
is Lin.'s I liicl.es.
Qnarter of C'lorua
Third of Coluaru
Owe Col a san . . .
or-, , . ,
Jr.. Um. : i m.
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t as) n d n m
7 V1 10 61 IS 00
1 0 It C IS 0
is or. is so ?t as
is ib so a s
- 'V J.'. iN JO
H m wo m iso "n
af- Baste.es. Oarrt. when swsrsW fr as yrmr.
allowed a itlss-onnl from Tnee rate., wnsrn St! asr
adTettlsements wen psld .r charjed quarterly,
W. n, All Pwelrn .rtvertssesSSMiOl metsl
with the D.T when iToVred in. r no notice wlU tes UK
tb.es. Tb. rate, of ehstrsessire len I. the .tsnvw ecU.
remittance tie Esstent America. advertlwi.e.re, csr
serlptlnns may b. made by east check, onia or ten essst
HIiRT B. W1I.UA BK. S3imT S. SSdUKHASSk
WILLIAMS, BLANCHARD tt CO..
Sbippinsr and foMissids Merrhanls.
S :is Califorala Street, gaa f rand sen. r
A. P. EVERETT,
Fonr.irc.lnc aad Tesisrission Merchant,
one street. Corner of Clay,
AtsT Psnk.lar sttentlon pal! 10 Corei(rsents of Island
R. S. HOWLAND,
Shippinc aad Camissian .Merchant,
lOO, Front Street, near California.
tt f. V Kit - TO
0. A At. ITowlaad, N.w BedlbrU. C. Brewer A OwaB..tm.
1. II. BartUtt A Sons, " Owe. 4 Clark. Providence.
Was. H. ft ..... " a A. Maurice, roarl. Nat
Ml Sat Bank, M. T.
BOOKS A STATIONERY.
The Basis of Our Business.
a -S.lt ST. To Maaafaetns alt san
Wl tlonary as ran k. Jon. her. as wsll ss else .here, aad
.hereby directly tesnstt our eastotbSTS sod ourselras.
RrOXIl. To Bay aasi stall Book, aad Statknassrj
io as to avak It to tb. l.lssrsal of dsssler. and insas.s.sea to
con. to us bl preference to saejd.Bg Hast.
XW W. manufacture aad import .very dsaeriptloo of sta
tionery, carrying iar.. stocks of Papsr. Rav.ltsps). and Blank
Books of our own mauntactur.. Inks, SlatM, sac.
asT Over l.iuo varietiea of Blank Ixsas kept i. Stock.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO..
0336-1 .-tn rravociaco, CsL
DR. J. ( OLLIS BROWNE'S
18 THS ORIGINAL AUD CULT dBHTJUX
THE PVBIalC ARK CAITIOMKD AGAI14T
the QDfinaded stjatemeflta fTsquantly made, " ttist Ths
composition f ('SLOSoSfliS Is 1iowd to CtaeBsUts snd tb
Uedicsl proreasion." Tbe Uct Is, Chlorodvoe was diacoser sJ
and InrsBted by Dr. J. CULLIS DAOWJiK (ei Army aiodicsi
Staff.) and naBMd by blm, sad It bas baflUd all itanpts
at analvais by tbe flrat Cbsmtats of tbe day. Tbe n.eUiod
sod eecret of tbe prepftnitt"n bat ueesr been pnblislied. It
Is ubfloDS, itt-rt :.'.'. Ibst aorthitic eold andr the name,
save Dr. J. C0LLI3 UKUWNK'S rilLOllOUYNK, is a apurt
CAUTIOH -vce-Ch"CdIor Pir W. P. Woml aUtrd that
Dr. Collis Browne was andonbtsdly tbe Inventor of Ib.'oto-
BHMKDIAL AMD ACTION.
This loTftluAble remedy pmdvees cjuu-t. rerresblnn aleep,
rellerss pain, cslms the aysteoi, rvslorsa tba tWaagrd fm.. -Hone,
and illmalates bealtby action ( tbe secietiuus i tba
budy. without cretatlnc any of thuas uoplraMat r-mln i
tsndlns tbe ase ul uptam. Old and youat stay Uke it at all
boars snd times when reqaitite. Tbouasnde of persons tes
tify to IU marTsllous good effects and wonderfal cares, wblla
medical men ntol Us virtues most siteasisely, nalng it ta
great quantities la tb following dieeasw : CboUra, Dytwa
tery. Diarrhoea, O'llice, Cooitbe, Aatfcina, Kbououitlau, Neo
ralgis, Wbooplag Cough. Cramp Hrateria, Ac
BXTBACT3 FROM MaUICAL OPI.IIO.NS.
Tbe Ubt lloo. Karl Ruaa.ll coamrauakatad to lb Collage
of PhyaicBBBB, snd J. T. Davenport, that ha bad racetefd m
rurnislloo to tbe effect tbat tbe ostl rrmedj i f any aecrlce
lo Cholera waa CH LOBODTNIL fee La net Dec. 31, 4M4.
Dr. Lowe, Medical il.i-i.-..ar in Iitdia, reports (Dec.. IA5)
tbat la nearly .eery case of Coolers la which Dr J COLLIS
BROWNK'S C11LOR0DTNB was adotiDiatered, tbe petleat
Extract from Medical Times. Jan- 12, ' Cblorodyne
1b preecrfbed by scores of orthodus mediral pracliUcaera. Of
cuaree it would m t thus bti aiunularly iupulsr did It Dot
' sapplj a want and ftlt a place.'
Extract frum the Oeoeral Beard of llealtb, Loadoa, as to
Its efficacy in Cholera " 9o stroagly are we coavlaced of tba
immrnae valoe of this remedy, thai we cannot to- ftttcibly
urice tbs necessity of adoptioa: it In all cases."
CAUTION.-None genuine without tbe words "Dr. J.
Co i. LI." BROWNE" on the Uovernm-nt ftamp- Over
whelming medical testimony accompanies each bolt Is.
J. T. DAVKXPURT.
33. Great Ruassll St. Blmimaburv, London.
Sold in Bottles at Is. I'id., 2s. 1.. U. M.
Aeuf la New York, W. II. BcNurriuii A Co . ani J. C
Wilis 547 Am
Just TP UllDlistLOCl
HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK!
A BRIEF DE-tcilIPTIO Or THE HAWAIIAN ISL
AND., Til Kl K UARUt)R, f.ltl 1 I '. It tl. It
SOtRCKS. PLANTATIONS, st'ENIRT, VOL
CANUEit, CLIMATE. ruPL-Ls.TION, AND
Jm. Map, -A. STHxll Index,
KKPERKlfCES TO NEARLY TWO llt'N
DBEU Topics of later.!, or place, to be visited lo
This Really Valuable Hand-Booh,
CONTAINING 144 PAUK8.
Should be in the Possession
Kvery ont intending to visit this Group, or
seeking information about the Islands.
It gives just the information leant
r.dby tourists andimmigrants,
with cost of
Trareliac, Living-, I.itasJa, Ac.
rrlo Sixty Cts.
Hailed to sdj put of tu. C.ltsd gut, or E.rapa,
For 75cts Full Postage Prepaid.
R. It. WHITNET, Donol.la.
WHITE 4 BAI'EE, San rraneiaeo.
ot. 3m GORDON A OOTCH, tvdass.. s. L W.
From London Direct I
The Hawaiian Archipelago,
BV JSIS IHABULLA BIBD.
. mrc llt iLAceraaTsa vrr.
and a Large Map of the
Crater of Haleakala,
Thla Work eaistaln. lb ns..S vivid djesterlp
tlan at Hawaiian Ke.ner7 that haa
ever been yMlahfd. and
kanlst hm la every
Those Wishing a Copy should order at oace.
Price Porxr T3oll.raj.
W4 ForgaUby S. M. WHITHKT
B. H. Lyons' Compound,
FOR THE W0IST
CHRONIC OR RECENT DISEASES,
bs.rn.tlsT.. Nnralaua, sVaraa. Usrara, EropSsoass, Skat
Pissssts, Female Irrrgaiaritie. aod Qs.sial
DsoUitj, Aeti.na, Diseases it ta.
Tltroat, Liver sad Kid. ays.
PURIFYING THE BLOOD!
By giving Health aad Too to the Qaatxie Jaica.
See DfreeUoD for Uilng
B. a LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND.
DILXJJuilAM sk CO, Areata.
Diaries for 1876.
The ir.i. ABSOBTXaOrr bkcciteo
by ataasaar, aad now ready for tutairntia.
Thoas oea.lsE from otsWr Issaad. absssat Kara ta. as
and awmbsw at days to tb. pas wanted.
AD orfn prompUy flUsxl by rstom msil.
HT7 lla B. M. WBU'siaT.