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SATURDAY. MAV 11, iMj.
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ARMtlR N group Of IIIWI the qttestlnn we
" What dne man low the be t Wtw kmrn
Onecrifd "Todrees, emlneftrtai,nirtwa"Man,'
IV third ffll '"lo da we' all else outran
rtw foertneesd "t nffce1" fifth' tocleen rortean'
rhosietn, " Her head Soothe, gowlps Sean'
Xora agreed .each Ihntwht hewilyiinew
In sttem enc H own had hard them through.
Then to the wranglers (timing with tie leer.
lo her is ilw
t hatter tttvmt one thina Are VOU Ml low?
' n this yon hear UK, friend It b lo Bom '
With on consent the? frankly nil Admit H
11 that men -wr men hM aecstrstely nH it '"
TfnmHtitftl iy & '' fr"i, r Mi
ri: .virr.' vitr.s.
tHR TWrilTII Of FrHRUARY.
In l) i:ifle t'uctiotu of the I Slli instant aiv
nnn in IrnlmiBtinr article which Its malice
has lor (wen incubating, fall of petTenkim of
fact m distortions ol me trutn. vse .ipsnn
ten thai the I'.lcle' statements regarding the
j-enmlofy of Her Koyal Hifjhnrw Keelikolani
ami her teiaipm, rauam, are titise. sseue
lieee that they ate both related to Kamtha
The Ulele asks whether the l'ae Alna
withes to make ostt that Kaleioku m an ille
gitimate child of Kamehameha, tn that age
such a thing as illegitimacy was unknown.
Marriage was then unknown, It was the
custom In that age for chiefs ami chlcfesscj
tn have union with throne and vsith that
one. Some chief hail many wives ami sonic
rhiefesses hail many liusljends, and children
were born of these union, and these chjldren
were !)' no means regarded a illegitimate at
that time. The word illegitimate (kamehal)
ha lieen Introduced into our modern civil
code, ami appliea to children lrn out of wed
lock. Ilefure the criod of Christian enlighten
ment, when marrhce had not been intfititeI,
uch a thine a illegitimacy was not heard of.
To wy of Kaleioku that he u the illcKiti
mate on of Kamehameha it entirely incorrect,
and what wc say of hi parent ii merely thai
he Ma a ion of Kamehameha. Wc can boast
that Keelikolani and I'auahi are grand
children of Kamehameha I, and it i shameful
for the writer in the Klclc todenrit. It is
fitting for the writer in the I'lele to conceal hi
own rclitinnsliips, ami to et up fuse claim.
It wat a pure and honorable relation accord
inc to the custom of the time among the
chiefs of that age. If wc were lo et forth the
lines of descent of our Hawaiian chiefs, show
ing with what men the chiefesscs united and
the children born; ami likewise with what
women the chiefs united as well as the children
tiorn to them, the writer in the IZIcle would
not lie able to show that any Illegitimate chil
dren were Iiorn to them.
Tiist -Take tlii example, for instance, and
, iioinl out which of these children of Kakul
fiesta wa illegitimate. Kak'ulhcwa (k) united
with Kahaianuiakauailaua (w) and In-got Ka
nekapuikuihcwa (k) and Kalhikapuakulhewa.
Kakuihew a (k) also united with Kaakaualani
() and lKTgot Kauakahimilakiiihewa (k). Ka
kuihcwa (k) also unitcil with Koakea (w) and
lf-ot Kalelninapaikua. State which of these
was an illegitimate child of Kakuihewn.
Second Take another instance. Kck.au
like (k) united with Kahanalu (w) and In-got
Kauhiaimokuakami (k). Kckaulikc also again
united with Iloolau (w) and begot ManuhaijK)
and a brother. Also Kckaulikc united with
Kekuaipoiwa Nui (w) and begot Kameha
meha Nui and other children. Also Kekau
like unitetl with Haalou (w) and Iwgot N'ama
hana. I'leasc to indicate by name which of
these children of his arc illegitimate.
Third Take agiin, another case. Kalani
kauleldaiwi () united with Kaulahca (k) and
begot Kekuaipoiwa Nui (w). Kalanikaulcle
iaiwi also unitcil with Kcawcikekahiahioka
moku (k) and liegol Kceaiimoku (k). Kala
nlkaulclciaiwi also united with Knuauanuia
niahl (k) and begot Alapai Nui (k). This
same chiefe, Kalanikaulclciaiwi, unitetl with
Ixnoikahaupu (k) and licgol Kcawcjiocpoe
(k). Inform us, if jou please, which of these
children of the woman Kalanikaulclciaiwi, was
S'c assert it is Impossible for s on to say that
any one of these children was illegitimate, for
such a distinction was then unknown, and in the
same way it cannot lie said that Kaolcioku was
an illegitimate (son) of Kamehimcha.
The writer in the Klcle adds that "the an
swer made lo S. M, Kamakau at a certain
time arc the basis on which he founds his argu
ment, answers made by Kapihe." We admire
the writer in the Klele. Wc thought that what
sou were so boastfully writing was definite
knowledge. . . .
Hut it appears you know nothing definitely.
You arc aware of )our ignorance, and why do
you rush blindly along? It seem your de
pendence is on Kapihe, and who is this Ka
pihe? What rank has he among the genealog
ists of Hawaii? He is not known.
Our know ledge in this matter is not got by
l'cK'B a little information here and there,
picking up a scran from this and that news
paper in the printing offices.
Oh, for s'ery shame.
You impute to S. M. Kamakau thing that
arc not his.
Wc seek the truth, but we can look on this
side and on thnt, and wherever sve see the
truth to lie wc follow. It i$ a shame to con
tend without knowledge.
Again sou say "that the Dele has different
books of genealogy from the Hawaii Pae Alna.
The Icicle is able to search in I'nglish liooks,
which arc of greater age than those acessible
to the I'ac Aina and to ." The side that
Is In the wrong can look almut for something
to help it out, turning in this direction and in
that without profit. It can appeal to the his
tory written by Mr. Hint-ham and to that bv
I). Malo. Hut its great weakness lies in the
laci mat it t lacking in knowledge or its own,
and It is obliged to turn to some one else for
information, It is clear tout that )ou hase
-wcti, ior, ns jou say, you nase no book ol
Yougiseup the argument to us when you
say that "the story of Kamchameha's sas ings
at Kawaihae that Kaolcioku was his child is not
a new story, but Is a fact well known to every
one." In that )ou)ieltl the point to us and
confirm our statement ; for that Is in accord
with the legends and the recollections of all
llawaiians from the time of Kamehameha
when he tecogniied his son, Kaolcioku, In the
presence of the people in his canoe. That
was a strong and powerful evidence that Ka
olcioku was a child of Kamehameha I,
You say that ' Kameliamcha was urged on by
Kaneikapolei to this secret union with Kane
ikapolci, on account of her necessities, she being
poor, without food ami clothing, in her home at
Kalllkii, Kau; and that the thought of obtain
ing a child never entered, his head." Go back
into sour hole. ' You say that the
parent wat poor and hungry, and that the de
sire of the gteat king for her was for the sake
of enriching her and appeasing her hunger. A
tuetty story, Kamehamcht, the father of Ka
leiopuu, was the elder brother of her father.
Was the daughter of a. chief poor ami hungry ?
tvsmrhamchA nrsllv ,l-tr,1 M
union with kaneikapolei Iw), and this adds to
the certainty that Kaolcioku was his child, and
for that reason hcasseitctl publicly that he was
"Foi that reason" you say, " Kamceia
moku was right in contradicting Kamehimcha
when he I Kamehameha) said that Kaolcioku
was his child. The king Is mistaken. We have
not the malo which was thrown out of court.
And Ihe king's woul is doubted because of the
lack of witnesses to his words." Which ts
more (a be cicdilcJ, the denial of Kamecia
moku or the direct assettion of Kamehameha
that the child was his ? Kscry one would pre
fer to believe Kamehameha, for he was the
It is true that the sacrctl twins of KahcUII,
Kameeiamoku and Kamaruwa weie appointed
guardians of the child by Kiruchamcna I, and
The writer In the Elele again asks, " What
is inc teason that this descendant of Karachi
luena, llut is Keelikolani
nl, was proved by Ka
V, and by Lurultlo.
mcrumehas III, I and
We think this U a good time ta state the rea
sons. First "The tears,' tears shed while kneel
ing before Keelikolani. " Why these tears ?"
she atkctl. " From ashame," said the one
who shetl the tears. "Why this shame?"
asked she. "Why, when N. A. L (urulilo)
ran (for Ihe throne), he ssas elected, arid I was
rejected." Yes, it was a shame, but do not be
grieved, and dry our tears. Those were what
moved and softcm-tl the heart of the Kamehv
mc(u (Keelikolani) that she sacrificed herself.
Second lleing deceived." It was the
teats (hat deceived the Kamthimeha, so that
the give her assistance to K(alakaua) and sac
llficcd herself, cleat big unto her sister. They
case up their birthright, and they are of the
bkd of KanictuLmctu, which U lust what we
Thir 1 " Inn wim i ' Thiy wcrctxith Ci.r
Hmly f mli h, and now lisy si.c the result of
Jourth The busing ofthe representative
by I Mnehonua by means of fowl ami
ewthing, Moebonua being the great lender In
that bswines. s . I. .Moenonua weni csien
sively Into this ss-orkj he took in the renresen
taiives, feeding and clothing them, lie got
himelf heavily in debt on this account, and
saddled a heavy deM on his own estate.
These are the evident reason why she (Ke
elikolani wa left out and waived her own
right a a Kamehameha.
The iiiMcnt incumliencr of the throne is not
title to any reprehensible action of Kameha
meha HI, IV and V, or of l.unahlo I, lrat to
theaM ami re enforcement mistakenly given by
tlikolani ami I'auahi to W. I Mochonua a
-Iit Aina, 2Sth ultimo.
"ASTLE & COOKE,
Hoftnttu-, It I ,
Would call attention to their Large and
varied Stock of
ConwMing of t unnrjil.J Pant SkcI
The Moline Si,el Ilrealifrs, ind rurrowinic Plow, Mc
line hletl Plows ll urn I'Unel, Jr , Culti
vators, Dirt Scrapers ,
John Docro'a Oaii(t Plows,
Planters' Hoes of Ihe lest Rules,
IJISSTON.V CKI.EIIRATKD CNE KNIVKS
nude to order. Ame" Shovels and Spades
Garden Hoe. Canal Harrow, 0
flows, Yokes, Chains, Fence
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Sprrn Oil, C)Iinder. I-ard
And Ktrocne Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, At
bany Greaw, Diuton'i and
S and J riles, all tire and
kinds Steam Packing. Hat
ami Hound IndU Rubber.
Atbeto and Soap Stone,
Max Packing, India Hut
ber Ho, K to inch, Vit
aitd Couplings Nui and
Washers, finuhed. Machine
Uoits, all Mes, Cold presid
HtackMmth 'ft, bngmccr and
Carpenter Hammers, Pipe
Cutters, Winches 8 inch to
34 inch, Anvils, Vices 1 u'
Scrajwrs Orind'Jones, HeM
American P.ar Iron andTool
bteel, lluilderi' Hardware,
all kind and stylet. Hub
buck! Paint and Oil, raw
and boded, Small Painii in
Oil, in large variety. Dry
I'aints Umber, Venetian,
Ked, Ochres Metallic, &.C,
Whltine. German Window
asa'td sues Manila Hope
No. i and a Flour, No. i and i Rice,
Crushed Suear, China and Japan Teas,
Oysters Clams, Salmon. Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruits from the Factory,
Pure English Spices, Condensed Milk,
Cocoa, SPECIALTIES: The '
tirr HrntMfttr Oltt H rut n it'll CVm
trlf'ufitt IJnimn, 14 Inch. KttbUer
Sjtrtnir itnl i'tmrttm HniK jnst at
hand, Blake Steam Pump Viilves,Pack
tnK. &c, Blake Dotler Feed, Juice or
M ol asses, I rrl gating & Vacuum Pumps
Weston'a Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIGNMENT
California Hay, Barley. Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boiler
and Steam Pipes, very cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, GalvanUed Roofing,
W'ilcot and Gibb's Automatic; Slncer Manufacturing
Company, Assorted: Kemington Company. Kami!) ;
Wilson Jlachines, the best at tort meat to be found,
and at Bottom Prices
New Goods by every arrival from England,
York and San Francisco.
1 Now Traction Engine, 8-hor power.
Orders from the other Islands filled at Best Rates and
with dispatch .
Neat door to HacVfeld & Ox'u
Honolulu, II, 1..
Of the Hawaiian Islands. All llmls of Krpairing and
Wheel ouVintf executed on the most scientific pnn
clplcs At this establishment horses arc
In the Blacksmiths' department all wmk will be turned
out in the future, as in the past, by first -das
W do not confine our attention to Curias and Buggy
mating exclusively. Orders fo( any kind of a
w heeled v chide received and promptly executed.
Our Usual Supply of requirements for the Trade.
Orders from the other Islands will receive our best at
tern ion. iojjra
HOPP A Ca, 74 King meet,
vorjr decriptlon of FurHlture,
To Till Ladikh Tiiinmlnes lwl, Oimpe, SUk
Cvrd in every shade lUrlor beti reauited,
covered, pohhhed and made eual to
new, Mattrea temade and
cleaned at short
We art not id. for fint-clas work and moderate
HE "SUPERIOR" STOVE.
G. J1XGLCXG & Co.,
X. J, .Vu Si., .wW .
Sal. Sjtnts M tho IOuhIs. A ruU lis t" th
and " Surrltr"
sad tltturts ib lis iw t!i)t la stock.
JOB WORK rROWTLY DONE.
TaUssSoss No.811, inqr
kWEST STVLES ARTISTIC TVPB AND
Sl.luo.rv fur WiJJtnn. SiaIa. IUIIl IVa.
grsmju, biuxssutnts, tic, ic. cuoitiuly Uuij
rcccsvcU jsoj uun uriitit ( uss uwatxly tl
ksukI, tlUcVe llus Vni, Nok Kulium.nu
J-NILLINGHAM & CO.,
Agricu 1 lu ral I m plcmcnts,
jrA.lt DWA Ml,
PAINTS, OILS ami VARNISHES,
ni:iiosi:.i: i.v ujimiicatixo oils
"n largest wMtmnt ol PLOW'S, fr alt purpose, te
vt rouiKi od tne hbihh,
lUmsws, Cahlvniors, Horn Slioee, Ox Voltes,
O Rows, Ox Owins, Futkler LHtlen,
Cent mwi llomins1 MitH,
0rdn und lnal Iturrwws,
Axle Ore t very chesp ;
KKRosr.si: 011. stovi;s,
Imps Cliandeliers and lanterns new styles;
no. iTning, iimps,
Powder. Shot and Lap-
Ho wo' Stniidnril Amorlonu Sen Ion
For all purposes
ttf Vrrttut I'rertrrtt
Call and eiamine our iroodu Our (stock is so ran
stantty replenished with the latett and mmt approyed
inventions that it is Impossible to enumerate them
within the space of our advertisement.
Tlti: L,lTi;ST SOt'KLTV,
Something which no one should be without. Is one pf the
MftKucno-Calclto Ft ro -Proof Safon.
Bond Cases or Jewel Caes
Read one testimonial out of man).
fitoft cf Cfiiihtittte ef Ftte tntumntt jrrHt :
At a meeting of the Ma-tsachut-rtts Mutual I-ire In
surance Union, held at Nantasket Beach, August 36.
1881, samples of loses manufactured by the Macjneso
Calclte tirePrrof Com pan were shown. An iron
box, al-out two feet long and one foot deep and wide,
with lining three fourths of an inch thick of Magneso
Catcite material, was filled with aribus documents,
greenliacks, and part of a card of lucifer matches. It
was then placed upon a bed of hot coals, and at leat
four feet of dry, hard wood piled upon it. The box -was
kept under extreme heat for an hour and a half. Not
MttlWanding the iron cover of the box -was so badly
warped that the lining was in Immediate contact with
the names on opening It the whole contents were found
in a perfect state of preservation A small bond and
note case, designed to te used inside of vaults and safes,
was subjected lo the same degree of heat for half an
hour, and Its contents were also found as free from any
apjicarance of fire or smoke as when placed therein,
II C Bigflom,
An oh Bates,
Chas B. Cumings
Cm as, A. How LAND,
Klijaii Hour, r.,
Alfred I Bakhour,
Representative insurance officers.
AT THE OI.I) .STAND. NUMI1ER 8 KAA
SHEET IRON WORKER,
PLU.MD1NG IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
Artesian Well Pipe all sizes.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Sam, Medallion, Richmond, Tip-top, Palace.
Mora, May, Contest, Crand Prire, New Rival,
Opera, Derby, Wren, Dolly, Gypsy, Queen,
Pansy, Army Ranges, Magna Charta,
lluck, Superior, Magnet, Osceola, Ala,
meda, Eclipse, Charter Oak,
Nimble, Inwood and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPER IIOILERS
fOR RANGES, GRANITE IRON WARE,
NICKEL PLATED AND PLAIN.
Galvanized iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid on at lowest rates, also cast iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Houus Furnishing Goods, all kind.
All sires and grades, Lift, and Forte Pumps. Cistern
l'ump, Galvan'ucU Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sheet Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plan
Water Closets, Matbte slab
and bo!i, enameled
CHANDELIERS LAMPS AND LANTERNS
M. OAT Jr., & Co.,
HOHOU'LI.', II. I.,
AND NEWSDEALERS, '
Would take this method ct inforUJig the inhabitants of
(tectum, ana trie other uunds tnat
they have opened a
Stationery and News Depot in the New
Hawaiian Gazette Block, No. 35 Mer
chant Street, where they are prepared
Ink and MucHatv,
In quarts, pints, half-pints, and cones.
Letter and Note Paper, Foolscap, Legal
Cap, Envelopes, Papeteries, etc., etc.
OnIr MlKafurnay prriojlral or Httrt
fptr that int ralrrat.
Prompt amotion trill U (is en to the Mailing
of Papers to subscribers on any of Ihe ether
Ulandst slw, ags44s lor the
RED RUBBER STAMPS.
Orders rV Red RslUf Stamps recei.ej anj prvsnptly
BREWER & COMPANY
OFFER FOR SALE
The folfowtng tats of merthamlt. )ut lamletl from
ISsstAn, In ticcllcnt orJtr,
Ex. Amnrlcrtn Bnrk Am- Trirnor I
NEW ANIJ SVI.ISII
nuaoiiis axj rirAi:roXi,
Yellow Sheathing Meul, 16 and oti
Ash I Unl., iMennlsfM!
OaIc PUaI., stwidl w;rt;
AIo, to arrive per fiilMman tt. Allen t
DUMP HARROW'S, Jacobs' l'.sienl.
Ax Ilamllcj nml Pick Handles,
Kerosene Oil, " Electric," liranJ.
Cottage 1'iirniturc, in painted sets.
Oak Lumlicr, J, 2, i, 2i, 3 nnj 4-in.
Oars, 16, 17 ami IS Tt.
Yellow Metal N'allj, t ami i)i in.
Yellow Metal Shcating, IS, 20 ami 22 01,
Manila Rope, assorted sires,
Hair) Sail, in barrels.
Pino Bnrrol Slsuolca and Heads.
Fine Keg ShooLs and Heads.
Cider Vinegar, In barrel.
Extract of lmon.
Extract of Almond.
17 Casks and Hhds Crocker", Glassware, Iimns.
46 Casts Crockery, Glassware and Lamps.
45 llarrels Crockery, Glassware and I.amjn.
I.tllht and Heavy Hand Carts.
Knowlois' Stoam Purup, various alecs.
PALMER & THACHER,
AND DEALKRS IN
Toilet AvtMcs ami Jtincy Oootlt,
No. 113 FORT STREET.
In anticipation of the public want of a Dnjjj Store
con.eniently locate.!, where medicines can be procured
at all hour, we hate opened a pharmacy in the Damon
Block, near Hotel street We carry n larse a wort men t
of goods peculiar to our line, which ue otter at
VERY LOW PRICES.
Our Stores la Kept Open Evening.
Our stock of Drugs and Chemicals is complete.
Ourllne of Patent Medicines embrace all the popular
( All the New Remedies, I
1 All the Old Reliable Remedies, f
WR HAVE Till LARGEST ASSOaTSIENT OF
In the Klnedom, such as
Hair Hru,hs, Tooth Brushes, Nail, Cloth, Flesh
and llath Itruihes, Prcstinc Combs, Pocket Combs,
Une and Hack Combs, Cosmetics, Pomades, Hair
Oils, Tooth Preparations, Cold Cream, Camphor
Ice, Perfumes, Handkerchief Kstraets, Coloenes.
'I oilet Waters and Vinegars, Sachet Powders, Hand
Mirrors, Nail-cleaninf Sels, Smelling llottles,
Atomucrs, Razors, Strops Shaving Cups, Brushes
and Soap; 'loilet Soaps of every kind.
Ladies' Toilet Article,
Such as Camelline, Dickey's Creme de Lis, Laird's
Uloom, Hagan's IUI111, Ouurautl's Oriental Cream,
Lubin's, Saunders, Pcuiom's fellow's, Calvert's,
and a host of other Powders and Rogues, ltando
line, Beams' Spot,, etcjfino large Uathing Sponges,
Sponge llakcts, etc.
0 HAVE THE FINEST LOT Or
Kscr brought to this Kingdom
Infant s Diessing Cakes, Nursery Towder,
Prepared Puller's lUtth.
Iult. PulT-lloses, Caulle Soap,
Kubtjcr Tubing, If ceding llottles,
Night Taners, Ridge's Pood,
Ta) lor's Arrow Root,
Soothing Syrup, etc.
THE ONLY COStrLETE STOCK Or
Spectacle and Ey a-trl a ssea
PbotograpUo Chemical of all kind.
A LASCE ASSOaTSlEXT Or
Such as Sapolio. Electro-Silicon. .Silver Soan.
and Diamond Cement, Insect Pettier, Fly
Paper. Ant l'oixn. Rat Pane, "Rough on
Kl,;' Shoe Illacklngand Dreuing, lllacklng
Ilrushes, Djes, Diunfect ants, Toilet Paner,etc.
We male a specialty of KLAVORINO KX1RACTS
of our own manufaa ire; I lot Water Hags, Rub
ber Cushions, lledidne Chests, eic.
Our Delicious Soda Water,
UAI rwm THE EADIANT rOUNTAIN,
Which surpasses tn tlegante cvsrythiDgof Ihe kind ever
brought to Ihcvs Idands, Is Ininutable.
We manufactura SODA WATER and OI.NGKR
ALE, and havthe agency foe genuine Earfcrn Apjle
111; itKiirr.u uvit aoui
To any pan of the city, and ship la the ubii LLnds,
Orders from the country will rcceist rateful attention
and be shijid promptly, SolKlting the puMk pat
ronagt w ar sery repstfutly,
Tusmoxr.. No. to;.
TNO. O. FOWLER ex Co..
art irtuirU lu furnith I'lant and .'
iNuiea or Stttl '
With or without Can and Locomotives. Specially
ADAPTED FOR SUGAR PLANTATIONS-
PcrBsaftent Railways, and. Locotaotiru and cars, Trac.
turn EMiaea ao.1 Ro4 Lucoosotltet, btean
fWtiag and Culuvalwg MaUunery, Puis;.
able Engine M aU purpows uiding
EnglBcs for iadwet,
Catalgies wilh Itwtratlocu, Models and Photo
graph of the abosc PUats ltd Mathioery uay U sea
at the ocs of the Mdertigued. W. L. GREEN and
Ity the Smi and Rnli e hive re!ied UVRCE
ADDITIONS 10 our stock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we are selling
AT THE LOWEST HATES.
We alo M ANUl'ACtURE 16 order
(of etery kin J )
Lounges and Bed Lounges
tnade to order.
JnrrifMf rn httvr tttrtr choice of
COVERINGS IN SILK OR PLAIN REM
. P. ADAMS, Agent.
Telephone No 7a.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Th Iascvrgeat Iot of Perfumery
Kver Imported Into this V?ni(doui,
COMPRISING OVER 5U DIFFERENT ODORS
Gefebrated Lundbors Manufacture.
HOLLISTER A CO.
AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIAN KINGDOM,
No. &9 Natuuin StrMt,
And conicr U V JUkd M return .streets, Honolulu.
pHK PACIFIC MUTUAL.
LITE INUIIAXC COMPANY
Deili to caU the partial HiectUiof u)UJy u
TO.VTINE INVEMENT POLICIES
VVldch cotjaIq the M ladupuutl CUas f
N k.utricraf on Trf or KeUiK.
Fr from IJdi U Forfwturt
AIwJhi DertniT Endovwimt Policy, and the Mr.
lu) ItiftrMi4 PvUct
TUU U csoe U tU tacu iiIiaU cocopuM tiuot
U4 do suptriork aod (tw equal. &ul all (UIms
(xonptly : swu kuxiealr vU f"l tr "-
fvt fvwUMr Ufwisutkio. wrjia to, or call t.
. IL W. LAINIV
itl-lf Ctimal Asfioi for ib HawaiUa lOindi
TT IIACKPELD A Co.,
OFFER FOR SALE
IMOrCES OF NEW GOO OS.
Jut receited per KaN and Mief,
I'i'tt 111 IllSKMKX,
Corrirhtinfc (n jwit of m follow-
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP DRY GOODS,
Denims, Drown and White Cottons, Drills, Tick.
ings, Turkey Red, Merinos-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cobourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-graln, Pancy, Colored and Striped,
Barege, Crepe, Ac,
Mat's 1'ti rnhh hi if (limit,
Shirts, Woolen, Mined, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc. Merino and Cotton Undershirts, While
Uosom Shirts, Socks ft Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Poniards, a large In
voke of CLOTHING consisting
of Pine Black Cloth Coats and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Pelt,
Sacks ft Pants,
Boy's Shirts, and
Chlldreiis Jackets, I,
R. Coats ft Leirirlnirs. Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
nndParasols. PAncy and Travelllng-
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Pancv Oulltt. Pelt Ruirs and Brus.
sels Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sires,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and 4 points,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Genuine I!au tie Cotoe?, l.ubin's Hx
trscts. 'loilet bonw, rhilocome, Hair
O.I, Combs, IjOolcingGlaites, Pipes. I.
K. Hall Harmonicas, Hlank Hook.
(old Leaf, Jewelry, Gold Waichci,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
r.xtemlon, Arm, Dining room and rat tor Cluirs,
Settees, Mirrors, etc.,
hiitttlteM) Cot'fiKtntt Ohthi, Uvrip Lmlhri;
Hemp& I. H. I'ackinjt, Coal ltaslceta,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plate, Cum, Trapc, I tow!, Oiamlwrs,
nice uiMies onu naki
ers, Demijohns 3 and 5
is, Sample llottles, 'acs and Glaswarr,
id Tarred Rope, Coal Raff, Gunniei, T
is, Wool pack and Twilled .Sacking, l.im
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sites and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes.
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil in tins. Matches,
Cocoannt Oil, Wash Blue, II. White Lead,
Stearlne Candles, 4. 5, and 6, H. & P. Dlscuit,
llubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
Grviimii anilJFiivmiu Clfttr,
I'lated ware Spoons, Porks, Cruets, Tea
sets, Cups, Napkin Kings, Salvers, etc,
Pocket and liutcher Knises, Scissors, Shee,. shears,
Needles, Spoons, 1 lies, Spurs, (lAlvamzed llasins,
Hoon Iron, Ke(- Kivcts. Hammers, Yellow
Metal and Comositlon Nails Clariners
llabbttt Metal, Sugar Coolers, Iron
Fire Clay. Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles
Empty Barrels, Oak Boats, &c.
Orders from the other Islands carefully attended 10.
11. Jtiirl.ffl,l ,t Co.
Nuuanu street, and corner U m and Mercian! streets
No. 109 King street.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Manufacture r ol
etc., esc,, sic,
a Ur(t uock ot hkh Is cotutanllr on lunl, cnailln(
aw, on short neslec, 10 finuh cotuics and
buikluuts of stery dncrikm, in a
thorough am skorkmanlAa
Jobbing, of ssll kinds promptly doss.
and at low pnets,
llASD AKP &CK0LI. SAWINO
at all times.
Mssckla. work of U kUds.
JACK SCREWS ANO ROLLERS KEKr ON
Mth cuiui4 vurtnua, lh ojp and Ctltfjl ss
cution of all osdtrs fninmad la a, I hos S4
sstru uA rls a fair shara U lU
KaawaUf th tXsca, No. roo Kk, ttrtel, (syslu
C R. itmtos rsudswa,
WILL SRt.I. 1113 r.NTIttK fjroCK
AT R EDUCE. O RATES
ffift rfrWr tTJtJR lftiRt,
raCTJWr tis tliR aIal b A U-Mtt At rul
etKCIHn INVOICE Or NEW GOODS
till' UASTHKN AND F.UKOPI'.AN MAHKirTS
Tlio Itonolultt ClothliiK Emporium.
MRS. A. M. MELLIS'
DrosamnkliiR Estnlsllslininnt Up Stnlns
ILDER & CO,
Importer and Dealer tn
And BnildltiR' Material
of all kinds, just receneJ, ex late arrivals, scvera
large and well elccttd cargoes of
comr rising all the utul stock sires
In Scantling;, Timber, -Fencing,
Planks and Boards.
ALSO DRY REDWOOD,
Scantling, Plane surface and much ltoard iur
faced and rough Uattena, Picket , Rustic,
I Jitt ice and Cbpboardi,
DOORS, SASH AND BLINDS,
All kites, of Cat i cm and California male, and for
wie in quatitnies to iuit, at low prices.
Also, in Stock,
W1I1IE ZINC, I'AINT OILS.
M UTA I.I.I C AND OrilUK I'AINIS,
CLASS AND SALT,
AND WHITEWASH BRUSHES.
A fine assortment of
In latent ttyles.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
- ENGLINC & Co.,
Na i NUUANU St.. HONOLULU, II. I.
Stoves and Ranges,-
Tin, Cop(r an.1 Slieet Iron, Slices laj au.1 Ia4
1'ipe, (ialtanLeil lion I'ipaam! 1'luiojs, HraH Goods
all sues, Artesian ll and Irifgatinf, I'ipe. ll,e us
ual Tin anil Iron wart, tlatlis, CWts, Sinks. Wail,-
staiuls, Marti and Unamcicd Iron, in stocV and for
Sals at rcasonaU. rates.
Talenliona No. It 11. it-q
JUST RBCRIVBD HX SUEZ,
100,000 Sugar Bag, Itts3.
lui lUirtl. ilrJS HKLT,
50 llarrels 1'KIMC MESS rOKK,
Ilartets HVAt SALMON,
REFINED B10AR, aU trade, jc
I'iLOTand MEDIUM IIKE.M),
SASAL nsuntly on hand.
Also, an asvxicMM vf lU
Clbrat4 IUds SUasrn Plpa Co arise
For sal. ty WU. 0. IKWIN a CO.
TVVO SECONIi-HAND EXPKESSFJi, ONE
SEATED BASKET CUT.UNDEK, ONE
IIEACH WAOON, ONE SINGLE
DRAV, 1I0KSE AND
AH U alnt ar. In ul Ofd, ntaily u food as m v
esieaCt rsftM tits OrriCtAL ssrosr
JUDGES IN HOROLOGY.
In Cctitleratin t( the fatti developMt in thl examin
ttPfsti, nm thf prftendemnrre of elementf of 1nhr
em ami comparative merit ndjutlged hy th
JTidge (ch in independent judgment) le
ittfj equal to 70 per ttt more (haft the
nt hlht eWWi. tltey have
fwiihl it estewlingly dimciili
to maVe Hich a clai5ca
lion In ilejrttt at will
GIVE EVEN-HANDED JUS1ICF IO Al.t
WR AtltltwlR TO THK
AMEUIOAN WATCH COMPANY,
Mauachmettt, U S, A,
A firt-Uti anl and mth other cIa1 dUtindlou
diploma, medalt or award a Uctnitrnt with the du
tieiand oblff;ationtof the honorable .Sidney Interna
llonal Cnmmiuton, for the larsett and.nvxt complete
eihilnt of horohicat Instrument examined
'Ihv -ilvi isrotvtte. ai the rmlv meAti hv which their
appreciation of the merits of the. productions f thli
company can be adniuAtely or etpntahty recojtnlied by
the committee on J ml since ami A want, that m Mparata
firit-clau awHnl 1 nUen for the timekefpinjt iuahtU
of all grades of these wotche.
A lo, a separate first 1 14 award (ot the perfection ot
thU lem of watchmaking and-the Improvement! In
the mechanit.nl parts of the watch, be In notably in the-
mainspring and Koinc-harrel, the twtent tafety pinion,
tne pertcct epic)iouui lorm m an tne teem 01 me irain ,
In every grade of watch alike, and the Isochronal ad
Alo, a firf.t'tlaaward for new mode of rompenut
AIo, ft fcrnarate ftrtl.i award for the improve
menu tn cahcs, the ntimler of artistic forms and designs
uwd, the beauty and elfcanee of their (tnUh, and for
their new and lmtetn.ctiTtc method of cnAmellnjc,
Alvi 10 Clwrle Woenl, nieihanicat nupertnteiisl
ent American Watch Company, Walt him, Mas.
'Hie followlnai U the order uf award made liv the
Sydney International Inhibition CommUIon to the
iMnencan uatcn t-omp.iny, ol aitnam. .Airtvi:
Gold and SiKer VatcheFlrit desree of merit and
special mention t Cold Medal.
Tlmeleeplns niialities of all grade of Watches First
Uv-RICO Wl IIICIsl.
Perfection in System-
First degree of merit.
New mode of compensating tetanies'
First degree of
Intprosements, finish and llegance of Cases First de
gree of merit.
Engraving, chasing and enameling of Watch Caes
First degree of merit and special mention.
CliarlesM. Woenl, Mechanical SuKtintendent First
uegree 01 merit, special.
gT'Ilierc Iteing several worthless watches Ideating
the marks of Waftham Watches discovered within the
tnst sevrn months, palmetlofTon the public as genuine,
the public are hereby notified of the fact and cautioned
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
UTM. WENNER & Co.,
91 Port Stuekt, IIonou'lu, n l
Have re-aliened at the old stand with a new
and carefully selected stock or
And Clocks, all kinds,
Gold Cha!n3 and Guards,
Sleeve Buttons, Studs, &c.
Ladies would 1I0 well to call and examine our stock ul
llranlets, llrooches, lockets, hatrlngs, etc.,
which were especially selected with a
sicw to suit the market.
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
'Ihe repairing branch of our Lutinett wo retard at an
inpnrtant one, and all job e tit runted to u will
be executed In a manner second to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular alien
tlon U tald to orders and job work from the other
UUndi. While J hanking ihe public for patt
favor t, w return to hope tliat our tone
)enence n thew Uhndt will enable us
to obtain a fair ihare of prlrotuge
" Quirk Stilr ami Small IVU'
It our motto, and we -hall keep in t(k every article In
our line of buunctt, 5'Jtn
TVrRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. IB Fort Straat, Hoaolnlss,
IStrOBTIK AMI llBALKH N
I'rirfa, Attnthmrnlt, Oil ami Armwlrt. ..
ACKNT rOK TICS
WitiTK and the l.loiir-Kl'KNiNn N'sw IIohk Machine,
Howard's Machine Needles, all kinds
Cort cell's $i!k, in all colors and sires I
Harbour's Linen Thread,
Claik's 0. N. T. Machine; Cotton,
Mint, btnmvft RtliMt Cut Jr J'alfmn
Dealer in Kinu,
Ous ami Srosimo Ooow,
Shot, Fowdsb, Car.,
and MitrAluv; Catiici.
KKUUHKXK HTOtr.H, la all tiara.
Sewliig.Mailiine, Ick and Oun'keaIriii prompt!
NION FEED COMPANY
hate ut hand and fur sale,
HAY, OAT, BRAN, BAKLKY
(lule w ground,)
and In fact esery thing petlaining to lU Feed business.
Onkrs from the Islands will have our prompt and'
careful attention, r
All wders lo he addreMtd,
UNION FEED CO., (lorvJidu.
TstelJatMl No, tJi. ii;.jj
KNOWLES1 STEAM AND VACUUM
C. RxEH'Kti cV C9., AGENTS.
HavlM oafcand a full nd cwapl.t. stosk of lae
iwn Duuon, we guaraatte then so U chasssVf assl
Utter than any uker U) le U pump inpontd. We oaf
theaiiuwa U tlsniri isutinibtly to Ike Vaata
Fiunp, sUtb is the lean csMnplicaiedaiid nui serosa
Ue 1U0 Mbr pump. H-tf
Tr VOU WANT A GOQD CLOCK,
if loss MNl a flasstl Wattk,
If Vou Want Clock or Watch lUfaiittsf Oesv
00 to " r:
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