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THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
BY HENRY M. WHITNEY,
a" s t WH4f MornlBt.
AT FIVE DOLLARS PER A 1 1 D M
TAT ABLE IK AIiTAKCE.
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE,
A WEEKLY JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
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HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 19, 1876.
I WHOLE No. 575.
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with tbe pay when ordered In, or BO win ar
the as. The ratee of r hurt-. are (ritsn In Ibe "K -remittances
for Raster n American adTertlaeoaents, or !
acrrptlona stay W nad. by but ehesrk, coin or t eoM post
Ttae- " rprnlhr.
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1 - mm t ' awwa rrrra. of Bight,
ar... 1 1 In I aiala rat and m,
"iPotatlWoI Mfc htS5. tnUt4ttT7 C'jrWi,
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cf mm o nr be.
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I n Xi i.i tad id tbc mtio t good
o Of Oct km tu't diFfcDM with hit
cf wpadetMO tho Unrth sf a book
tva hat trill jut It a Ft. Lost mot-
kottor IkiT Ud-ui4
cLr jodHO atootot
:: c Bwiuriict of hit poor
to dot! a-rtbthoaoTenaa old dock
uu orb. dat't mdtertito.
fir ft D3.chifc. prr!. It ibe
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thro do not ml it to ro off.
that hit btrk it worn
tar aalhtt: UVWtrr't I'rrtioOkry.)
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tooaacbroat. Tat art arooMoraeod good.
ear. be will take the ttajrc thit Wio-
tot rmiirmmd cart whew they ran bit way.
ps a eerj tBdtotihle. aad the oat that
rather are aoaao owe eire dispoee of it
Tm X . waakat
ataaaaar araaa fee art ci botioerr
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ruriaa! arUcle a 4-lioe ackoowledg-
f a t of I ',
my Cm lain,'- mi tbe rctstrk of
f .r hiaiteir. We
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i the withdrawal of hit patro-
l'l kill the paper be west and killed hiaatlf.
tatty itutaoee c'ltu'i
n-law. It it a creel intimation to
'II neror roaiT ia that fami-
vicr it tbe title of
' t be kaowa at Coaot Blanc, wherwforo
t at it the eaoipare may not with
bw wotr'. aaetbar tbat
1' to e:s a cat. i..uri
Aa Ear abut it trying
orat the I tali
mim m bwaoj
It Sad oat, yon know.
t tit.! plt.Ttr of an orchettri it al
I'rrtapt it it becaute tbt leading
l . ' .' Uttal id lal , hat jutt lired
It it hoped be bit friendt
nak hit rarpet-haf next Jtir and My
" I ilL f for the Octennial."
A fan darn ago a Kwrwiob au t. ught a cheat of i
ning f ocd a ttooe ia- ,
! Hit. He remarked
are very uyaterk.ua. '
Hill ll. hi ta,w.n patirtt boy. Ho went
a woagbhtr'e tun for a cap of ooar milk. ' I
iwaat acythiqg bat rwwet aailk." laid tbe woman
a. : ara." and tbt obliging
A JaSor at a wTaokaix State had reeeired ttriet
hit pritoDcrt ia Military confino
hr had two in charge one ttetped, '
he era. wblvad to kick the other oat of the door
to a yoang lawyer jut
angel' i teart, weeping
i, at to be interrupted bjr tbt
Too 're otT jonr cttt, bnb ;
of hag -otwaling."
tayt tbe Sandwich Inlander! beliera
an Ik i the earth ia tbe form of a wo
rn yoa will find a man in
oa, too, aad that be bat
Thr Pratawintt Order of Merit.
Tbe Ciril Clatt of tbe Prorrian Order of Merit to
which the telegraph reportt to-dar that Mr. Longfel
low and Mr. Bineroft hare been elected, wat intti
tated on May 31, !:, bj timf Frederick William
IV., to be eonferred on anj person, " who" (in the
original termi f foand.tion) " through.iat Europe I
had wnn for tbemtelrei a name either in the arti
or teienees." When tbc limitation of itt members to
Eurcpe wat modified we du nut know. Tbe military 1
clasi of the order wu iottitntod by Frederick tbe ;
irreat toon after hit aeeution to tbe tbrone in 1740, J
upon the fuuodation of an ancient order of Branden-
bcrjr, entit-ed the Order of tienerotitr, and wai ro
organtiod bt Frederick William III., in 1S10 in tbe
count of th. general reorganisation of Prutaia after
itt down-fall at Jena and Auorstadt.
Alexander roc Humboldt wit tbe tint Chancellor
of tbe Ciril Order, and tbe office aubjected him to
many vexations. Hii acceptance of it wis one
of the inoontittenciet that marked and marred
bil illuttriwul career. The original design wu to
utablisb the number of tbe member at forty-iix
tbe comber of yetrt in reign of Frederick the Great ;
but thit wai reconsidered, and tbe number wu limit
ed to thirty. Tbe date of making out the first list of
itiem was nominally left to the Ministers Eichhorn,
Tbiio and Sarigny, bat really wu performed by
Frederick William IV., himself who, Humboldt tells
at, drew it up in Sanscrit characters, " a habit with
this enthusiastic Prince, that no one should read tbe
memoranda lying on hit writing table." Mctternicb,
Lint, Hertebel, Mactuley, Robert Brown, Faraday,
Arago, Ingris, Bockh, Huckert, Tieck, Jacob Urimm ,
Uauis, Scbelling, Mclloni, Tbomu Moore and Mtn
toai were among the early niembert.
Manzoni declined at firit to accept th. honor, on
tbe ground that his principle! prevented bim from
wearing an order ; but be was oterpersutded by a
personal appeal from Humboldt into acquiescing in
the nomination. Ludwig Uhland, tbe sturdy repub
lican poet of South Germany, however, persisted in
refuting an elee'ion to tbe vacancy created in the ord
er by tbe dettb of Tieck, in 1 853 ; and tbe corres
pondence between bim and Humboldt may well be
perused by Mr. Bancroft and Mr. Lungfollow before
they retain their own repliei to the notice of their
election. They can find it published at large in all
the independent German Journals in November 18(16.
Under date of December 2, 1S5.1, Uhland " unhesi
tatingly " refused to accept snch an honor, " insepa
rably connected as it is with a position of rank," be
cause be should be thereby occupying a position en
tirely inconsistent with his principles, both in litera
ture and politics. " This inconsistency," he adds,
referring to the autocratic suppression of Liberalism
by Prussia in I S49 . " would be all the more striking
from the ctrcrimatance that after tbe wreck of nation
al hopet in which I also inuu'ged, it would ill be
come me to wear the insignia of honor, while those
with whom I wu ar-lociated in tbe endeavor to re
alise tbese hopes have merely because in the Itte
troubles their seal carried them a few steps further
incurred the loss of borne, freedom, citiscosbip
nay even life itself."
It was in rain that Humboldt argued with him and
held out to him, among tbe rouont why he thonld
recontider tbe refusal, " the prospect of shortly in
cluding members from the free land of America."
Acoede to my requett,' he wrote " have I not some
right to ask yon to rolicre me from tbe labyrinth of
embarrafment in which I hare bean undeservedly
plunged?" But Uhland wu not to be eajoled by
even the personal considerations which prevailed with
Mantoni. He replied, regretting tbc perplexity in
which Humboldt found himself, but grimly and final
ly refusing to relieve bim from it on any cansidera
tios whatever : and he died in 1S62 without a shadow
of regret erer crossing his noble mind in consequence
of the decision. -V. F. 'taf.
F. A. SCIIAEFER A CO..
Importers A Commission Merchants
o&SVj II : Hawaiian Inlands fly
int. o. i. (nniix.s.
HOMEOPATH 1ST, 63 FORT STREET,
M HONOLUTLP, H. I. lly
EI. IOH ". Ill Al l. t K A CO..
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Honolulu, Oabu, H. I. 0426 ly
B. O. HITCHCOCK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW, HIL0, HAWAII.
oStt mils Promptly Collected. ly
DIliliIiVfiHAJf A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IV HARDWARE
Cutlery, Drv Goods, Paints and Oils, and Oeneral Mt
cbandi.r. No. Oi, King Struct. ITr.nolnln. MCly
join T. WATERHOI1NE.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL
Ml Qnafn Street. Honolnln. II. I. ly.
M. S (.'It I II VI M A CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable CTnthinr, Hats, Caps, Boots. Shoes and
a aery variatv of Qrntlvnien't - i j . r ,- tr FumlsbbiK Oooda.
store in Makee's Block. Qnan Mn-. t. Honolulu. II. I.
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST.
Corner Fort And Hotel PtreU, nouutalii, OmLu.
Y Koppi open ft-cry Satartlay Evtrnln. of. 2a ly
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
And Agent for taking Acknowledgments of Initrumenti for
tbe Island of Oabu.
oa 25 No. S Raabnmanu Street, Honolulu, H. I. ly
C. H. LlWIttl. J, S, DICKSON
LEWERH A niCKKOIV.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
And all kinds of Building Materials, Fort Street, Honolulu
B. P. Alt A tlS.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant.
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. &4My
C. S BARTOW. Auctioneer.
Salesroom on Queen Street, one door from
G. T. SII IlM.i: V, H. D.
(Formerly of the regular service of the C. 8. N.)
Streht's Drog Store, corner of Fort and
Hotel Streets. Honolulu. 3m
ItOl.I.I . A CO.,
Ship Chandlert and Commission Merchants.
Importers and Dealers In Oeneral Merchandise, Queen Stroet,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Ialands.
Aar Agents for the Kaunakakai, Moanalua, and Kakaako
Ball aVork.. 547 ly
BR. IOTT SMITH,
Having resumed practice, can lie fonnd at his momi over E
Slrehi 4 Cia's Brug Store, corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
w. .. iRwn a co..
Commission Merchants. Plantation and Ininranee
505 Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. ly
OR. F. B. II I T lllM,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office at Drug Store, corner of Fort and Merchant Streets,
Besldence, Nunanu Avenue, near School stieet.
Office hours, 011 a. a. 449-1 y
Tea MillionN. A llolocttuist of
lirccnbncka at tlir Brook
lyn .-avy Yard.
i -.: ranlati at,
uteaaataa "'lit tmWrn
. a I mlanuhii
this as a i
ttua 1 1 try aria baalarrws
A Cajeaaa tfeaaaitt, owing
ha as, rwfaaet ha rrtara
to the nonpayment
the stomach of a dead
Ahkowgh tbe chemist
be doesn't appear to bar aay
at tbe Gait House ic
irprsswd t have tbe ban answered by
'7it; dmped witbost tree t
war throat " She dad at spewt, aad,aft.r
a Bwaaat I aatat, "I sasag for tbe bell-boy.' 'Wa
eat aG grrts. wat th auwar rpokaa with tbt soft
eataaw awwaisar to the tax m the South. 'I am glad
atV I atii .A, wiU that fealtag of rut which on.
Baa st tbe ware wf woman." TV Mrratpoadeat '
titer kind of empKyaent
Bat boa about the poor
ant sa-wtfd ta aad a
biywV" " '""
pist it Plymouth county
i C hat tr are tim. aad all bil spare cub '
u. a aad training of throe children whom
t ad Baaed. Oar Saaday afternoon the
r of oar bwyocaaae ta after an abieaeo of tbe
. -a- ax ww met with tbe qoettion : " Where
baa ywa baa?" "To Sabbath -ockoo, Mr. Went
wwrttk." wtriiwj lb i aiatli maa. "Wall, what
da ywa go ta ikhalb achool far? What bar yoa
anvhow T" I have
.Mr. Wratworth." "Oh.
ywa Who ware tar Pilgriaai, tbeaT' " Tbe
wen a body at ataa aha lorod the Lard,
i the laard wwal any they watched him till ha
.-a: sigbi, aad tbea tbay cam. over to
- A wataJl arrtag ia
ta wary saa
ia a cumber
i . f tW.aa :
.f.re.l tt; t
High Church views who is wall
w a raaaar the rtoloraeellu preferred)
ta Aayfea. rare of Aetata. Hoaghtoa A Gaan.
that the bring of Broekenhnrst wu
mat hi Saath Baits at the time, aad
ma kaawa that the Squire of the
a gtrt ta. Irrhag as, eaawtiaaa. u baa
of St- Cecelia, ao
ia all bit to Alpha a local habitation
- -- :j -xttt-d
aad a ti.i That tad isiliii mial wu thea
rtysatsa toBowai :
mm), dllAtodatdia, a frtaat tbat can Addas
jaaama. klal Jaaaaao atntoat'l
About three weeks ago there was an arrival at the
Brooklyn Nary Yard. The visitor wu neither a
hip, gunboat nor naval officer, and yet this arrival
created more comment among tbe workmen in the
yard than hu any event of the put twelve month.
The laborers were very much surpriled one day
when a number of boxes resembling vitriol carboys
were brought put tbe sentinels and deposited in full
view of all the yard. At first tbe report wu spread
that tbese mysterious boxes contained vitriol, but
that statement was authoritatively denied. The box
es remained under close surveillance for several days,
and there wu great speculation among the employees
at to their poltible conteots. This curiosity increas
ed upon the appearance of two strange men who en
tered tbe yard, and evidently acting under official
instruction, usumed charge of the boxes. Notwith
standing the fact that tbe laboreri had been ordered
to keep aloof from the mysterious packages, the men
approached the two strangers and ascertained that
they were about to open the boxes. This wu accord
ingly done. Box No. 1 was found to be filled with
greenbacks. New, bright, crisp greenbacks 1 Green
backs that bad never been toiled or folded, but were
fresh from the hands that finished them. There were
psckages of one-thouitnd-dollar bills that would have
filled a wheelbarrow or delighted the greedy vision of
a Government contractor. And still the wonder
grew, for when box No. S wu opened it was u
though a Government vault was vomiting the nation
al treasure. Heaps of one-hundred-dollar bills, vol
umes of Vs, fortunes in fifties, and tens of thousands
in tens and twenties, were puked in tbe boxes just
opened by the two strangers. While tbe employees
stood by stricken with utonishment at this revela
tion of wealth from such an unexpected quarter, tbe
strangers made preparation! to remove tbe boxes and
their contents to tbe foundry building. When this
had been accomplished one of the strangers proceed
ed to thrutt the greenbacks into the furnace, and, u
they burned, the other stranger raked out and ex
amined the uhes to make lure that the fire bad
done its destroying work. There wu wonderment
in the Brooklyn Navy Yard over this holocaust of
greenbacks until it wu understood tbat.tbe $10,000,
000 that had been burned were from a celebrated
counterfeiter's establishment, and that they had been
destroyed by order of tbe Government. Brooklyn
Tfae Brooklyn Bridtge.
The progress made in the construction of the an
chorage of the East River Bridge on Dover street, be
tween Pearl and Cherry streets, is a sabjeet of great
interest, u forairhing an index of the time when tbe
great suspension bridge shall be a present fact. The
anchorage will consist of a pile of the most maisire
masonry, covering 18,200 aqoare foot, founded 16
feet below the surfue of the ground, and rising to a
bight of 89 feat. Since August 14th a course of 3i feet
above tbe tide level has been begun and completed.
Tbe muonry is in three divisions, each division, not
withstanding its great weight and strength in itself,
beld ia place by iron anchor bars. Tbe anchorage at
the top will be in the shape of an arch, and cables
wile extend down the tide, where they will run
through the ringi of the mammoth anchor bars, and
thus will be haid firmly in their place.
Tbe moving of such muses of course requires ap
pliances operated by It. am. Tbe concrete is mixed
by steam, and mortar also. Car tracks run through
out the whole work ; a cable is attached to a station
ary engine, and the car is drawn to its place. Six der
rick! are used, and are all examined and tested every
morning. To these precautions may be attributed
the absence of all those accidents which are so com
aoi where inch heavy ana so much work it accom
plished. Until thil time both day and night gaagl
have worked continually, bat the approach of cold
weather bu put a stop to night work. Day work,
however, will not cease antil it il no longer possible
to build the muonry. This anchorage hu been
greatly delayed, but all possible speed hu been made.
Tbe engineer now hopes that tbe work will be com
pleted by June 1, 18'C If so, cable making will be
gin immediately after. It is thought that if tbe
weather should prove propitious, the cable making
could bt completed in a year, although the shortest
length of time giren to that work heretofore hu beta
B. I . I ll I l it A CO.,
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proofStore, Fort St,, above Odd Fellows Hall. 545-ly
I. B. run- t. W. LtUt.
i ' it 1 1 : i . A i.aiai:,
GROCERIES AND PROVISION DEALERS
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
436 lyl 50 Fort Street. Honoluln.
A. S. CLEOBOatt, JlfO. B. SMITB1IS.
A. 8. ci,i:; no it A Co..
IBtPORTiaS 1511 DEALERS iff
Corner Queen and Kaabumaou Streets,
436 ly Nuuanu St., and corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
C. BREWER & CO.,
( H. A. p. car, En,
f. C JOSE8. JR., V
( . P. BELWKrL.
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
42T Honolnln, Hawaiian Islands. Jy
(HAS. T. Gl I II la.
Notary Pu lolio.
Agent to take Acknowledgments for Labor
652 Interior Office, Honolulu. ly
H. HACKFBIaO A CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS,
Queen Street, Honolulu, II. I. MMyj
WILDER A CO.,
Successors to Dowtett A Co., Corner Fort and Queen Streets.
Lumber, Paints, Oils, Nails, Salt and Building
(437-iy Materials of every kind.
F. T. LE"EHA A Co.,
Importers and Commission Agents and Wholesale
Dealers in General Merchandise.
447 Queen St., next to the Office of J. I. Dowaett, F.sq. ly
E. O. II A I.I, A SO.
IMPORTERS AND DEALESS IN HARDWARE,
Dry Goodi, Paints, Oil! and Oeneral Merchandise,
Corner Fort aod King Sts.
8. C ALU. H. p. B0BI5S0ST.
AI.M-H Ac ItOHISO.
At Robinson's Wharf,
Dealers in Lumber and all kinds of Building
Materials, Paints, Oils, Nails, Ac, 4c, Ac,
sealer's or acnooaiu
Pauahl, Active. Mary Ellen,
569 Fairy Qneen, U llama. ly
THOS. , THRUM,
Stationer, News Dealer and Book
binder. Merchant Street, Honolulu. Also Stencil Catting. En
graving. Caligraphy and Copying, promptly executed on
reasonable terma. 460-ly
O. IV BROW.1,
MONTGOMERY SQUARE, over Smith's Bridge.
Roads constructed, Bridges built. Obstructions removed, Ac
466 Maps and Profiles. 3m
BICIIARD F. BICKERTOX,
At Jadge Jonea' Office, Merchant SL,
Bills and Debts collected, Legal Doaumenta drawn, Copying,
Book Keeping, Mortgages, Salel and Leases of Houses
and Lands negotiated, and Oeneral Cotnmieaion
464 carefully eaecatad. Sal
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, and
every variety of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Snow's
Building. Merchant Street, Honolulu. 1 56S-1 y
AFO.'O A ACUITCsK.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers
in General Merchandise
And China Goods, lu the Fire-Proof Store on Nnuanu
Street, under the Public Ball. 464 ly
Ma, 34 Fort street, Odd Fellowe Haul,
Importer of and Dealer in Dry Goods and
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
rURMSHWO GOODS, afce., are., ate.
HIDES ! . marlce P.M for QREKTf
AJmaTVWV astd COFFEES 444-1 y
B. H. HITCHCOrjK,
3J" o t . r- y r ublio.
40 Htlo, Hawaii. ly
WlitG KI.AiG A CO.,
Belt Pilot Bread and Crackers always on band. Corner of
Nunanu and Iterelania Streets o44U ly
A. W. FEIRCE A CO..
(Successors to C L. Richibm A Co.,)
Ship Chandlers and General Commission Merchants.
ALSO-Agrnlt far On 'Vatloa Sail World.
473 Honolulu, Hawaiian Islansa, ly
JOIH H. PATY,
NOTARY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of DEEDS,
For the State of Calitbi nia. Office at the Bank of Bishop A
Co., Kaahunutnn Street. Honolulu. o4?3 ly
Etllt AKU T. O'IIAUOKA.1,
Attorney and Solicitor,
Il authorised to lend from $300 to 910,000, on Mortgage
or Freeholds at lowest rates of nttereat.
Agents in London, and lo all part) of Australia,
Office on Fort Street, (opposite Mr. aa Bicbarilion's
Store!. Honolulu. 571 3m
.u. T. ioai:i.i..
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER,
King Street, Honolulu, oppoaite Lewis' Cooper Shop. Will
400 buy and sell second-hand Furniture. ly
,UcCOI.(.'Av A JOII
JT o r -o la nnt Tailors.
o44! Kaahuamnu St , opposite Mr. G. Rhodes' Store, ly
No. 8 Nobsbi Street, Honolnln.
THEO. II. DAYIBg,
Lite Jasiox Guts A Co-J
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
asm ao est ros
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Koreign Marine Insurance Compar.y, and
Nortberu Assurance Con,iany. o52 ly
13 Y Gr. -W. G-XiOTXIXi.
Corner of Hotel and Fort Strectt.
The r'Mirrvt aod IhMt of ALE.-. WISES And SPIRITS
alwajri to tie fttond at the ll.tr. S45 j
FISCHER A WICKE,
CABINET MAKERS, HOTEL STREET,
Next door to Strehx's Drug Store.
Furniture made nud repaired at reasonable rates. Billiard
Tables repaired and altered. Pianoa moved, dc, Ac
m-k- Orders from the other Islands will be promptly at
tendetl to. oolTTI ly
I. X. CASTLE. J. B- ATHERT01I. J. P. COOKE
CASTI.E A COOKE,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Dealers in Ceneral Merchandise,
No. B0 King Street, Honolnln, Hawaiian Islands.
vjP Successor to John Naill.
V"? Machinist, Lock and Cun Smith
Sewing Machinal repaired; Dealer In Sporting Goods
40, Fort Street. Honolulu, II. I 43S-ly
C. WALLER, Proprietor.
King Street, 428 ly Honolnln.
WING CIIOw TAS A Co..
: Corner of King and Maunakea Street. Uonolitla. lj
Boston Beard or Underwriters.
AGENTS for tlac Hawaiian Inland..
HT-ly c. BREWER A CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters.
AOE5TS for ttte Hawaiian lalaaada,
47-ly C. BREWER CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
RISKS IVM RI D ON HI IMUXIiS. MFJI
. chandler and Furniture, on liberal terma, by
H. HACKntLO A CO., Agents.
May JO, 18T5. nHl-ly
THE I SDF.RSICNED. AOESTS OP THE
above Company, have bean authorized to insure risks
on Cargo, Freight aad Treasure, front Hoaotala
to all parts of the world, and vice versa.
43 ly U. HACKFELP A CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
C. E. WILLIAM,
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
In r-nrnitnreof every description. Fnrnitnre Ware-Rooms on
Fort Street, opposite Chase's Photograph Gallery. Work
shop at the old aland on Hotel Street, uear Fort.
o440 Orders from Ibe other islands promptly attended to. (ly
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET.
Next door to Love's Steam Bakery, Nunanu Street, Honolulu.
F. W. Ill M:, Proprietor.
Beef, Mutton and Veal or the Best Quality,
aaaf Also Salt Pork, Salt Beef, Snperior Pork Sausages,
always on hand and sold at tbe Lowest Market Price..
of73J Meats delivered to all parts of tbe City. fly
II O O I.I 1,1 SOAP WORKS,
BY W.J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor nf the above Worka ig prepared to upp1r his
custotnem, and the pubic in geoeral. with the beat qnalitj of
Yellow S..i p. Soft Soup ulw.iyx on band.
Mia 7 he Highest Price Paid for Soap Grease. ly
.... A0KNTS FOR
The Union Insurance Company of Ssn Francisco. The New
England Mutual Life Ionarauce Cooipany, UoaUio.
The Oregon Packet Line, Th Roliala Plantation,
Dr. J iy.- k don'i CelebimledTfae flaikn Plantation,
Mrdicinesl, V. II. Bailey'i Plantation.
Wheeler A Wllfon'i Pewing! Waialoa PlAnUtton.
Machinait (uM& ly) jHamakua PlantmtJin.
BISHOP & CO.,
HONOI.I I.t . till HAWAIIAN HsIaANDS,
....DRAW EXCHANGE ON
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA. : : SIN FRANCISCO
AMI Til Kill AuENtS IB
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION. : i LONDON
ami their BBAXcnas in
And trantact a General Banking Bnsinesi. ;,:: ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
I '- ' rr: a " ill m B&ttytM0LSpmWmfiSmk
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STEAM KM. INKS, SUHAR MILLS.
Boilers, Coolers, Iron, Brass aod Lead Castings,
Machinery of Every Description,
S- Made to Order. -
Particular attention paid to Ship'! BlMkimithing.
3r JOD WORK executed on tbe shortest notice. o4S6 ly
G-O TO JLHI "Fs
R. C. KIBBY, PROPRIEYOR.
FIXI. BOABDW PFJI WEEK. HKtUIT
all hours from s o'clock A. M., to d.t P. M. Sun
days, close at 7 o'clock P. M.
Ice I ream. leaad ftoalak, SJIntfer Pop, Ac
and all good things Uiat the market furnLsbes In season,
tar CALL AND SEE Sm
Honolulu, Aug. tth, 1374. 484 3m
WM. W EH.' I IT,
rf.HK PROPRIETOR WILL UP A RE NO I
M pains to make this
Fi rst-Class in Every Particular !
ROOMS CAN BE HAD BY THE WEEK OR NIGHT,
with or without board.
Hall and Large Rooms to Let for Public
442 Meetings or Societies ly
SUGAR NOW COHINC IN and tor Bale 1st
quantities to suit purchasers ay
567 3m AFONO A ACHUCK.
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
CAMPBELL A Tl'RTON, PROPRIETOR!!.
Crops of Sugar of lupenor quality, now coming in and
for sale in quantities to suit by
407 3m H. HACKFELD & CO
TkATEW t'BOP NOW IN. AND FOR MALE IN
it quantities to suit purchasers, br
667 am C. BKKWEIt A CO.
IfVTKW CROP OF Nl'tiAR A!VO MOLAMEfl
now coming In, and for sale In quaotitie to suit pur
&67 3m C. BREWER at CO., Affents,
II. J. COOLIIXIE.
OII8EKEEPEBI AND OTHERS WILL
find tbe excellent sugar of the above plantation at
645 ly C. BREWKlt & CO.
HIDES, SKINS. TALLOW.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TO PAT
the highest market price for Dry Hides, Goat Bains,
5S7 4m C. BREWER A CO.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
The i'nr.K.sM;Ln ( oxtim i. to BtT
Wools at nood prvcea. Wools eomlng to market this
Spring particularly desired to make freight,
567 Sm C. BHEWBR tt 00.
SOLE A SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins
CONSTANTLY" ON HAM) AND FOR SALE,
from the well known
WAIXEA TANNERY. C. NOTLET. Prop'r.
HI ly A. 6. CLBCnoilS 4 CO., Agents.
PURE LIME JUICE
Warranted to keep on the Longest Voyage
In 2, 3, and 4 gallon Demijohns,
Prepared by George Morris
KALIHI, 0AHt7, HAWAIIAB ISLANDS.
SHIP AND CENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Sbop on Judd Wharf, Do! of Nunanu Street, twxt to the
Old Cufttoin Htiuie, lionolala, U. I.
CARHUQS REPAIRING DONE.
Has rnnstantly m liand and for sale, a good nHortment of
the best Bar Iron.
All order, from tlieuthr Inlands will be carefully attended
to. All work In my line .executed with dispatch and ru -trait
teed. o6At ly
0. SBOKLKBIT E. KlSTLIa.
U. flFsUELKFs dSc CO.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS AND
8HBBT IRON WORKERS,
Nuuanu Street, between Merchant and Queen.
Hare constantly on hand, Stoves, Pipe, Galvanise
Iron Pipe, Plain and nose BIdIm, ritop-coclia, India
Rubber Itueu belt 3-ply, In lengtbn of and &0
feet, with couplings and pipe complete. Bath l abs,
and uNu a very lartze st4x;k of Tinware of every de
Particular attention given to Ship-Work. Orders from the
other Islands will Iw rarefully attended to.
Thankfol to the CHisenit of Honolulu and the Islands gen
erally f i their liberal iatronage in the past, we hope by
strict attention to business to merit tbe same for the future.
3 si;" i n i?ffliH-i
S oLjsJ fs1' s w r
S3 Sii-aM Is S "5 2 -1 s
Bill! H S - 5 sii i
o ijllii p s 2 1 Elf! i
W te65?? T (8 ,-"3
s wh hi 3 i Hi
. WALLER, Proprietor.
For Sale by C. Brewer ti Co.
MILK! MILK I MILK I
v FROM TBE
WELL-KNOWN PDDNUI DAIRY !
THKCKDERS1GIED HAVING PI R-
cbased the well known bard of JjWIiXolX
lOowa from Mr. J. Hichrtlaou, and aiaw
ivina leased tbe land known as tbe Pauoui Milk Ranch, bs
is prepared to furnish to custtxners
PURE FRESH MILK, IS QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
At 8lx Cents per Huart,
Foil measure guaranteed, aad delivered ia tbt morning
as- To large enstosners, such as Hotel and Restaurant
keepers. Ships of Wsr, Ac., he will mate special contracts at
Order! riven to John, who has charra of the If Ilk Tan,
or left at the International Hotel, will be promptly attend
ed to. o4 6m AMONG, Proprietor.
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c.,
f'urnlahnl to Order,
jp XTK.4S. Turaulsa). and Tnuraalaya Test I,
(Unless otherwise ordered.)
The Proprietor having leased the neat and commodious
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining the Family Meat Afarket, win be prepared to
promptly and satisfactorily fill orders for everything re
quisite to furnish the tables with all the Substantial! and
Delicacies the country affords,
aa-fttalpiilna- .applied us Nhort Xotlee.-sa
Meats, Ac, delivered to all parti of tbe city without ex
tra charge. 444 Sm) Q. WALLER.
From London Direct I
The Hawaiian Archipelago,
BY MISS ISABELLA BIRD.
SACrrrpuT iuxstbatio arm
rid a Large Map of the
Crater of Ealeakals,
This Work contain. I he moat TlTld descrip
tion or Hawaiian Brain riy that baa
ever beess pabltsdaed, and
aktocild be 1st every
Those Wishing a Copy shonid order at once.
Price Voxve TJolUtra.
594 For Sale by H. Jf. WHIT-VET.
riOB WHICH THE HIGHEST PRICE WILL
JT he ptaid at thts Bookatsm Of H. M. WHITNEY,
m Next to Post Oflfce.
THK lDERSIGaKD having lKai ap
1 -i nt -. t Acents uf the abovs &tnpatir. are prefved
to inaure tasks against fire, on Stan sud Driest Bsttlfl-
Insjfs. nqiI uu Hcrchsndlta stored therein, ai the roost
tAVorabte terms, tor nartkaUrs spplv at tbe oflce ol
iU ly F. A. g HA KEEK A CO.
F. A. SCIIAEFEtla
AOEIVT ofBrenen Bonrd of Underwriters,
Agent of Dresjden Roarrl nf Cnderwrlttirs,
Agent of Vienna Board of Underwriter.
Claims airainat Iosyrance Com pan I e witfatn the Jnrisdlction
of the above Boards of UnderwrfUrs, will have to be eertf
r i i to by the ahovaatient bi make them valki. 1y
THE AGENT FOR THE BRITISH For
eficn Murine Iosnranot Company, (Limited), has re
ceived tiiAtrnctions to rtdace the rtes of lnnnrence
between Honolnln and Poets In tbe Parlflc, and Is now pre
pared to issue Policies at the lowest rates, with a special
reduction on freight per steamers.
THEO. H. DA VIES,
. '"! ly Agent Brit. Tor. Mar. Ins. Co., Limited.
UNION INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
CASTLE & COOKE, ACENTS
For the IIawalln Islam!.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND EDINBURGH.
CAPITAL . sra.ooo.ooo
Arcnmnlatcd anal Invested Rand. 3,838,118
ran I IK UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP-
M. I'. II N TKIl AeBirN f .r the sandwich Islands, and ar.
authorlaeil to insure sralnst Fire npnn favorable terms.
Risks taken in auy part tf the Ialandsuti iVmalen Uuiidinri
and inerchanilis. stored therelu, Dwellinff I.tose. and Furu
Iture, Timber, Cuala, ship, lu harbpe wllk or .ithtalt earriM.
or under repair. 441 ly MB. in in sell i.a Mi Kit AQg
THE NEW ENGLAND
Mutual Life Insurance Co.. of Boston,
TblrSy-One Tenia Stan.liwa: I
Policies Issued on the most favorable Terras!
tTHE GREATEST RISK TAKEN ON I LIFE, 120,000
Surplus distributed among the memberA
tots. $18,229,000 !
CASTLE & COOKE, ACENTS
458 FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. lj
Insurance Company of California.
THE UNDERSIGNED are AUTHORIZED
On Cargo, Freight and Treasure
Front Honolulu to all parts uf the wnrld,
( oastera, by Special Pertniaaiost !
On tba most favorable terms.
W. 0. IRWIN A CO ,
Agents fur the Hawaiian Islands.
OF BAJJ FHAJICISCO,
Fire and. Marino,
Casta Capital. Gold S300.000.
Bj writing small Unas on carelally selected risks well
INDEMNITY SECOND TO NONE.
Losses Promptly Adjusted.
BISHOP A CO.,
607 ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Mutual Life Insurance Company,
HII. WAI.' 11 EE, tVI.HCO.VNIX.
A8SBTS, 17, 0 0 0,000!
THE Miwr M
COMl'ANY In the Wor
CHARTERED IN 1 4 4 8.
K-snrri. i.v.hi Kam i:
Has the advantage of Western Hates of IntereiL Nmr
lost a dollar of Its Secnrlttea and never falls to par Its
For particulars apply at the Office of
w. o. IRWIN A CO.,
o44T ly Agents for tbe Hawaiian lataod a
NEW ZEALAND INSURANCE COMPANY.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
CAPITAL, - - - 1,000,000
(With unlimited liability of Shareholders.)
"See to't well, protect yoornlf." Saitisnau.
INSURANCE AGAINST LOSS BT FIRE,
Of every description of property may be effected with
this Company at moderate rates.
Merchandise, Goods and Freight Insured
By steamers and sailing Tank,
aYar"- Losses can bs mads parable In Honolulu.
O. . OWAN,
&:4-ly (At Mr. J. T. Wataraowee'i) Ag.nl for Honolulu.
LIFE INSURANCE GO.,
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
1st the trained Htatte.
SAM'L 6. WILDER,
558 3m A are ait for the Hawaiian Islands.
Gold Pea or Pocket Knife t
AUWE VARIETY, AND TO BE HAD AT
the Book and Nawa Depot of
H. M. WHITS BY.
BIBIT B. WILLlAkS.
atviT r. SLAIUIUS
WILLIAMS, BL4.NCHARD & CO..
Shipping and fonBissiB Mmbanls,
:1A Calinimia street. San Praneicn.
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwardine aad f oamission Merr baat,
40S Fraat Street, earner of Clar.
at- Parvkrutor attaaHow paid to Ouutlaanali raT lektad
Prodoee. Ml ly
R. S. HOWLAND,
Shippini, and CouissioD .tlrrtbant,
Koe, Front Street, near California,
0. A J. Rowland. M.w Bedfonl- C. Brawrr A Co.. Boatoa.
1. U. DaetlMta Sowa, Owct ACkwk. P Stall
Wa H. Crapo, " B. A. Maawtra, POarth Nat
441 tat . N. Y.
11. r, to
BOOKS & STATIONERY.
The Basis of Our Business.
Pmvr- To MnanfrtsMnrc all mmeh
tionrrr as cava be Jon hrtj as well M
iliertbj ttirrxtly bsoeOt uur cvutotMri ud
KECOXDs To But and Ml Book
so at to mk it to tba IntmtU of dwlerv And,
cum to u Id prefbreiic to teoilinfc Ksavt.
X3T W man ofac turrj and Import vtvy dwatriptrOD if 3ta
tiunc ry, cavrrying Large atocka uf Paper, fatalpf a aaVtj Bias a.
Book of our own nianatactarm, Inkn. AlAtva, tc
tj- Over I.SOO rariUea of Di ink fljrau krpt in Stock.
A. L BANCROFT A CO.,
3l'-ly 9B rravticlaa-o. Cnl.
INDIA RICE MILL,
MISSIOH l FREIGHT STS., SAN FRAICISCO. ML
f flHE I.VDIA RICT nilsfa nAVTTTO fTTTDEB-
I gone Material Iniprovf tupnts, ta now tn perfivt con
dition for the
Hulling and Dressing of Paddy
UNCLEANED RICE I.
In the Beat Poaalble Manner. The Price for Hnino
and LHtEKHINO PADDY has been Red need a) per rent
c jrwiLirWM snrtr-rsa of
Faddy and Hulled Rice!
WiU Receive Prompt ami Cartful Attention.
WM. M. GRKKSWOOD.
tleneral Commission Merchant and Proprietor at India
Hi. .- Mill. 471 ly
HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK I
A BRIKF DESCRIrTIO.t 04 THK HAWAIXAIf ISLAM-".
THKIR HARBORS, AORICUf TL'RA L RB
SUl'RCSl". PLANTATIONS, dCaNKRV, VOL
CAH0K3, CLIHATR. POPULATION, AND
. aPulX Zitdoz,
RF.FF.KEVt K1 TO NEARLY TWO HfS
DRKD Topics of Interest, or places to be vlaltad la
This Really Valuable Hand-Book,
I UNTAI.N't.VM IU PAOES,
Should be in the Possession
Every one intending to risit (A is (roup, or
seeking information about the hlandt.
It given just the information want
eil by tourists and immigrants,
with cost of
Tratrellaar, Living. I.ttnsla, .fee.
Prioe Sixty GXet.
Mailed to BDy part of tfae United Statae or E a rope.
For 75cts Full Postage Prepaid.
H. M. WHITS " KY. II i; '1.
W II ITS A RACER, las Praaeiaco.
o444 3aa GORDON a UOTCtt, Edawy, If. a. wr.
knowles' Patent Steam Painps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
For- Syroii from ZJoaton
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUIPS, FROI RO. 2 TO 6,
AUD ARE READY TO RECEIVE ttROERSt
for any of tbe puinpa of that make to be forwarded
overland if necessary
BOILER FEED Pt'MFM.
YACtl H PUPA
PnnaaM rear Hat ar Cald Water, Saalt Water
Prices and other Information given by
C. BBJCWKK A CO., Aaaaaa.
B. H. Lyons' Compound,
-FOB THE WORST-
CHRONIC OR RECENT DISEASES.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, goraa, Ulcars, Imdh.ii, BUa
DieaaaM, female Irreewlaritae. aad " t.l
Debility. Asthma, Marsaaa of tba
Throat, Urn- sad Kidneys.
PUEIFYING THE BLOOD!
By Kirtag Health and Tone to tbe Gastric Jalca.
See Directions for Using
B. H. LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND.
DILJLlBOHAja At CO Asrenta.
S, the YOCKO, for sale by tae
Little roll! Picture oallery.
The ( natter Bos The Nursery ,
Ttte Pea Mtow Tbe Boy Joiner.
St NleSauiaa, bound volume.
American Pioneer Series,
Mayne Itekrs Jlory Booka
The Prtendly Viator hlldnaa'a Fnend.
And the unuaoai '-tr nf i nlniail anil tsailt TkrSnaka
nlm tot ttsts by H. M. WHITNEY.
zn ar agaar a , mco rt bb sassat AVACBsta
That Hiwaa Cares., vaSa. I. land ,
The Htlver Cnattl Maaaual (Jaaa.
Tae PssatB at Horn, fiaidtt's AJaatm,
9 TW I
rano rurte itemi raa SsJHBeal nnwn
T Owpaa iatMn oJarrtan "aacrra,
ar.? ixx.ks. I lib
And all the
I laa Tor
I Osa msmmt . JarvsaBas i
200 pieces late muaic, vocal a
H. M. WHITNEY,
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
WHA LEV EM S .ARM, IRflR M RR Taj
tt feet lour, of tbe ben qaatlty.
For sal. by 4431 BOLLJ48 A CO.