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PCMMSIIKD AMI P.DITKI) UY
"ERi M. WHITNKV.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SEPTEMBER 25, 1SU!.
XIV. Mo. 13. VHOL.K No. OHO.
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xjm 1 1 1 Li I IX ill msm4 XUMaXmp XX
Tennyson' New Poem.
It 1 cporti! ,!ia l 5-ta Great, or Holy
,.,,? m suhi-ct of Mr. Tennjano'a saw porta. Tbe
Gn ti I a cap, mul to have been euhlo of a single cm.
'rrJil, " which ,f "nvloar drank A the Laat Hupper,
'Ami wh w "'""l w',n nu t"! uia. The
nif an preei ;gninene f the Ban are matters of
Jlilni. Tv q.ti a note trm Webster II Buy be derived
from TU- 9 '"A "airh, la Lue Roniaaae, sniOa
a cu w - -, . ..... A - wirvuvs
tlt? wnrl Smifretl (the Holy tlrail) t be a corruption of
5m?wi rttti (rJ bloJ, frnos lt aaln bnra kwbinl to ba
fi.lU witlk tIt, anl that frmii la tinaail from tbia by further
vorrnpUwi, and umwaiua of tbt Drl jlUbl." Tala boly cos.
a.'rnrlln( t th k-rxta of tn Btktdto a4a, waa (notnd
'rrxrn i!t tliuf ChrUt, aa! waa flaalty comabtled to tb
'-baru of aaly ( kDifhla. who fuarvtrii It oo tha top of a
l ay BKNinMni. If aporaachol by mar on not perfectly par.
ZiitM holy ct wmtki b bnraa Awy ao4 uUa Crua a g&C
T"ii hnl f ta Viae of tha Haiy UraS. at tea m la ba aoucUt
Of a kuijftil artka waa p-rWtlf ckmlt la lhnnM, word, and
ai-r. Thia WcinJ baa alrrad bran rcferrad la by Tna ris , ia
an al ba amaiW pnnna. Hi Galahad. " W clt lwt
Mnnvtlma, no Vmrly ovmnt.ila mrr,
I Bmf muti aarb
I leap oo board do blmmaa atwr (
I M till all ladjuk,
A c(, ""tad, aa awful Beat
Tbraa anfala bear Umi boly Crad t
With (4.11 fcrt. la abdra of wbit.
Ma aWplroa wlc lhay aall.
Ab, bleoMl TUioa ! bluod af fal t
My apirtt brara bwr (aortal bara,
A Jowa dark tidaa Iba fiury alldra,
Aad atar-ilfM Mlaglwa with to atara.
Tha cloaria ara brokaa ia tbw ally.
Ami tbrmucfk Uv aanUia Kilt
dtralla apv aad abakaa, and a: D.
Th-a nvr tbw Inn, tba copara ami.
Wing tultar. nara bovvt Claar
- U iuat ami ftulkAtl Kolbl af Cud I
Rid au r lit frUm ia arar.o
dipaaal bnatte. hall,aatrraHCi -
fey brtifin and ft, by park and pair,
All-arnwd I ridw, wbateV batldr,
L'atU I and la boijr OralL
Letter from Amherst, Mass.
Avuikst, Mm., Julj, 169.
Friud WHiTtrr : We hate been traveling to
much anl nnd r auch peculiar circumatonces,
tliat 1 can lard I j mnember when I wrote jou
feat. On our Arrival at Vorcenter July lat, I
J wm e.Tcw!inj;lj glaI t re.-eite a file of the
I AdtfUsrr and many letter from our Honolulu
fri?rl. Up to thij tLtte I Late teen able to
J f Altw out the rri)gramn)e which I formed tfre
J latin Iloaolalu. On Jul 1st I designed to
mcU Von -rater, ami at 5 A. 31. on that very
,miTt'irv 1 entered the city. It wu a rather cold
i and cLuIy morning, but a cordial welcome from
S a a a
an aiio'iiooate auicr ana bunny soon uipciiea
the ocherwite anpIeaaantneM of tlie occasion.
We found the country looking plendid. Farmers
are jut commencing their mowing, but mowing
and other farming implements are not what they
were twrnty-fire years ago. Njw, mowing, rak
ing, pitching, and atowing hay id done by ma
chinery. The change L wonderful. It id literally
true that now one man doe the work of ten,
according to the old tyatem.
Afl-r apendrng three day at Worcester, we
came to Amherst to attend commencement excr
c'ucn. Elwarl and Frank accompanied us. It
wis exceedingly pleasant to return to a spot
where I had spent so marry pleasant years, for I
It'jt'l fur college at Amherst Academy, and spent
f urye:ir in college, hence five and a half yean
were spent by me in thii beautiful place.
Anniversary week really commenced on the
StihSfith. lresiIent Steam preached his Bac
calaureate sermon at 3 P. 31. Aa it was the
4ih," his discourse was not alive with evangelic
truth, but glowed with the warmest patriotic
rntimnt. This college -during the war took a
front rank in sending forth young men to fight
&r fmlom ami liberty. Even one or two pro-
ft-.rt laid aide the insignia of the profoswor's
hair, and buckled on the warrior armor.
iPerh.ir no one was more corurpicuous than Prof.
Vr Cl. Clark, who marrvwl Mia Harriet Kapio
)uu Hkhanl. He served thrcugh the war, and
hen the struggle was over be retumel to college
iutie. He has since been invited to the Prcsi-
' . ... . a . sV
onuhip of the 3LMi4anafleiiA -gncuuurai kah-
le, which has been located in Amherst. This
aatitution is now entering upon the 6th year of
i exMtcnce, although only two classes) have en
TIhsh agricultural collegre of America are a
lew feature of ciillge-life. The United State
-vrnnient tuts act apart Urge sections of wild
Tjind to the several States of tlie Union, accord-
i 'S witn tb reprweoUtLx in Coogrea. Lands
J rt apart to Maiachuctts yield about 22,000 in
vireat annnally. Two-tbirds of this amount
($3,000) falls to this new Agricultural College;
: but this amount must go to pay teachers or pro-
ssont. To make this useful, the town of Am
icrst gave $50,000 to have the college located
ere. Private individuals gave 23,000 more,
the State has added $50,000 more. With
total amount 400 acres of excellent land has
teen purchased, five buildings have been erected,
and now the infltitutiou u in socceMful operation
With President Clark at its bead. He ia a Kre
Vaan, and the college Li accounted a grand suc
jcess. It is intended to make it the centre ol
agricultural cperatins in the way of experiments
(in new machinery and everything relating to the
agriculture of America and the world. A few
days since a moycinj molcK colled together twenty-
ve different kinds of mowing machines ! The
cieme of botany, chemistry and agriculture in
cs various branches will receive tho fullc-st atten-
ioa. I have visited the colleze. and was exceed-
)3J rlad with all the arrangements.
r t II have also met Prof. Brewer from a college in
wa V. liyJkllHy UU UWIWU WJVUKK UHUJUH-i
f the lite Mr. Richards of the Hawaiian Islands.
Vo following the " Visitors Guide " and look
njover the cabinets of Amherst College, I met
ith the following honorable mention of one of
lonolula's citizens: 3Ir. Henry Dimond, of
Ionolula, in the Sandwich Islands, bos sJso been
very liberal and valuable correspondent, baring
urn is bed such on exclusive series of sblla of
ihoko iwlands as none but on experienced collector
jmd naturalist could Lave procured, with such
cumbers of duplicates as not only to enrich the
i-'cllectioo with numerous varieties of each species,
pnt also to furnwb materials for other exchanges."
This college is now amply furnished with a
fine crop of professors and tutors, extensive cabi
nets, spacious building, but aLjo is well en
dowed. A magnificent edifice is now being
erected to be called " Walker Hall," from fuuds
given by the late Dr. Walker of Iihode Inland.
It will cost $120,000 when finished, and when
completed it will be one of the finest sicimens
of college-building in America.
About 250 students are now connected with
the institution. Already 55 have entered as i
Freshmen, and many more are expected.
Wherever I go I find the attention of the
American people fully awake to the subject of
education, in all its various branches, both com
mon schools and collegiate learning.
Yours truly in haste, S. C. Daxg
A live toad was found in a solid lump of coal
A young lady at Troy, New York, lias a photo
graph alhnni containing male friend, labeled
" Book of Him."
To such a state of cleanliness had Cincinnati
been reduced, tint a firm in tlie Wct Kitd have
been compelled to put up a sign of ' Dirt
Wanted." 1 1
A man in Connecticut, seventy-eight years of
age and infirm, has read the LiMc through eeveuty
four times since his confinement to tlie hou.ae.
A man in Rjaton Las obtained a licc-ux for ex
hibiting a haunted houoe. Thi is probably
the first time that ghosts were ever licenced.
They liave discovered in IV ton a curious green
bug that is death on houee tlie. This ia a Boston
notion that ought to be encouraged.
A new congregational church at Ainhcrrt lias a
new pulpit built of cedar of I?lmnon and olive
wood, supposed to Ixs fully 2000 years old.
The Ottawa Statesman knows of a woman who
set ninety thousand ems of minion, distributed
her own type, and corrected her own proof, inside
of six days.
Tlie best clerk in the Internal Revenue Depart
ment is a deaf mute. The fact eaks volumes,
if the clerk don't.
Tho following was one of tlie bust at a recent
Mormon celebration in Silt Lnku City : 'Hie
matrimonial partner-ship the bet ship n float ;
the more partners, the better and merrier the
The Boston Advertiser well rnys : " The issue
of tlie political contest in Pennsylvania the coining
fall is one of dollars ar d senoe. The Democrat
have the dollars and lite Bepuhlicnns the sense.
Napoleon III., the great-t Yankee L'urope
ever produced, has discovered a method of con
densing Hour so that it can not only be trans
ported in less bulk, but a Mo be kept drier and
It is asserted that there arc sixteen tor traits of
Mary Queen of Scots in the British National
Gallery, in London, each of them unlike all the
others in every detail of features and complexion.
A large concourse at a funeral in Nashville
were quite disappointed at the curiae getting up
in the coffin and proclaiming bimelf olive. The
services were completely interrupted.
The death of the well known Connt of Chat-
eauvillard has given ri?e to ahnoet a many nccro- ;
logical articles in the French ierH as that of j
Lamartine. The Count's fame was principally
due to the fact of his having once ridden up the
stairs of the Jockey club and played and won a
game of billiards on hotveback.
Illinois has a prohibition law which puts the
boot on the other leg than that ordered by east
ern statutes. This law elasncn drunkards with
insane person ond idiot", and place them under
the care of guardian or overrecrs of the poor ;
and when a man has been declared a habitual
drunkard, lie has no remedy from guardianship
until a year has elapsed.
On a recent trip of one of the Illinois river
lockets, a light-draught one, as there were only
two feet of water in the channel, the patwenger
were startled by the cry of Man overboard !
The steamer was etopj-d, and prcturations were
mail til nrp htm. uln Im wiui lirarrl exclillm-
ing, Go ahead with your darned old steamboat. I
I'll walk behind you.'
J. M. WIIITXEV. D. D. S
Omrs via Da. Ilorraisx'a Daro Fvoaa,
corxek or KJJiiu.yfj.iu jy mlrchj.vtsts.
004 Ofiee boors froon a. a. liU 2 r. at. ly
E. HOFFMANN. M.D.
Phjdclaa and Sarresa,
Coraer Merchant aad Kaabomana near roatoOee. 647 ly
JOHN S. MrCRKW, M. D
Phlrlan aad Sarseoa.
OO In II. L. rnaae! ba.ldine. Fort Street,
aaxiawaca c'aaaaa 31-, Sefaeo oad Fart Stt.
Orrica ll-xaa From 0 to 1 A. and bvu lioir.M.
J. MOTT SMITH.
Omco aoraer of Fort and Hotel Streets.
A. C. ni'FFl'M. M. D.,
rajaiciaa aad Ssrrao,
Office ami Beilene, AUrtch IlotMe, Fort atreet
JOHN II. IMTV.
Hoootala, II. X. OfiVce at tt Bank of biohop a Co.
R. tT. DAVIS,
Attorney at Law,
Will Practice la all the Conrte of the Kin-don, ta both torliah
and llawatiaa lang uaeo.
692 Ofiet aa tgaera Street, fpoite the Coarl Ham. Iy
Attorney and CoaaelIr at Law,
Fort street, tare door below Merchant Street. 649 ly
S. B. DOLE,
Attorney at Law.
QMee eeer aaraardaoa'a Sforr. turner Fort oad Af rrcAwai
afri etreett, Hanalultt. ly
Attorney and Ceonellr t Law.
Oifica aa Queen Street, oppnaile the Coart Uaaee, op atatra.
W. C. JONES.
Attorney nt Law aad Laad A;ent.
ay ill practir la all the Corv of the Kiocdou. lie will
aueod til Clreait Cooru la Kanal. Maai and Hawaii,
aad visit either of thoee Ialande oa
Qfjxce in the root lately ttemtpird by th J Ion. J. H '.
Austin, in ue I'ostcjjict liuildUy.
Ship Chandler, Dealer In General Merchandise, lIaa J
Prsdare, .r., and Commllon Merchant.
Byraa'o Bar. II Ho. S. Im
WHl keep constantly on hand at estroalee asaortaaent of eeery
daacrlpuoo of roods raqairwd by ahipa and other.
The hlgbcet price riven for Island Produce.
XT Hatty advanced for Bill of Eschanra At reasonable rates.
3 TUEO. II. DAVIES.
(Lmie Janien, Green if Ce.)
I psrter aad CommUslon Mercnxnt,
LLOTDJT tr THE LIVERPOOL UNDERWRITERS,
NORTHERN JSSURJNCE COMPJNT. mad
BRITISH a FOREIUN MJRINE INSURJNCE CO.
Tire Proof Bui Idles, Kaahnmann aad Qnean Streeu.
C. S- UAKTOW,
Ha Ira Rates 1m- Street, ouo door f rota
6S0 B.ahumna atrcct. ly
s. r. iftiiu. !""
lirtlsi aad fammlsOoa Xrrrhsat,
FIRE PKOOr ETOKR,
Im RUim'i BalUias. iur-n Street.
CIIfJf.AX Ai BROTH ER.
" " raraaraaa or id duuu ur
Chios Lttdi sf all Dr4rlptins nd in all klsds f
Abn.eooataotty on baod.a soperlcr qaality ot Hawaiian Rice.
XVUAXU STREET, UOltOLVLU. Iy
II. R. Mel NT V RE St 1IROTIIER.
Crsrery, Ferd St are aad Bakrrj,
Corner of Koc and Fort oUet, Uoodulu, H. I. 695 r
C. BREWER CO.
CammKslea and Shipping Mfrrhsnts,
63 Howolatau Oaba. II. I. T
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT.
ranlloa Sfrrhsnt aad trneral Shipping Agent,
68S IloHolalai. Oaba. IT
W. N. L.ADD.
Taol, and trrlt allsral Implrtueats,
as Fort Street. r
L.. Im TORRE RT,
Dealer la all Llad of Lalldint; Materials
Panttl aad Oil, trail iarr, H'indoto and Picture Uttut,
So, Blind, tJoori, we., arc.
Ornra So. 20 Eor-LASao, (674 ly) Orrtxrra CrT norns
vTL. RICHARD i CO..
Ship Chandler and ('mrallon 31frthants, and
Uealen la Ceneral llerr handle.
Keep coratanUy on baud a fullaatortmeot of merchaadie,far
tbosapplyof M'baI-ratHl Merchant veioela.
psrter and Dealer In Boot, Snse s Fl Clothing,
InraKhlag toads Perfamerj, A.r.
Corner Fori and Merchant Street;
liO.NOLLLU, U. 1.
AV. E GltEEX,
General ComnKoian Acrat and Broker,
QVEEy STREET, jCb ly UOXOLULU.
c. s. arrcsa,
. H P E N C E R A. CO.,
635 ly Iloaolalai.
Crsrer aad Ship Chandler,
Sloory aad Rremiu funUnd lo Ship on favorable Term.
THE NEWSPAPER Kl-OKOA,
rastUhe d UeeLl In the Hawaiian Langnaare.
It baa tha larcrat rirroUbon In the Rroop, and is read botb
by Hawaiian and rurrUnera. Price $i a year In ad
ranee. Adrertiaiinrntt uan'lated into llawa
Uaa fm of cfaarrv. oOioe in outli
667 comer of ftulor'a lloma ly
AFON'G JL ACIICCK,
Importers. Hbslosle aad Retail Dralrn In General
Jltrchandite and Chinese Gssds.
Coder Iba i'uMic UalL
a m a Street.
M. S. GRIND A CM Al CO
Impsrters and Wholesale Dealers In Fashionable
Clothing, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes
And every variety of Oenllemen'a Superior Forni-thinc Qooda
Slora formerly occupied by W. A. Aldricu,
649 Alaitr Block. (itrn mI. If
ed. hoffciu.ak;kk A. CO.,
importers and Coumlvlvn Jlrrthants,
Cwraer f Fort wad Mercbaat Streets.
F. A. SCHAEFER c CO.
Importers and Commission Merchants,
nOXOLULU, 680 ly HAW. ISLANDS.
E. O. IIAL.L. Si SON,
Importern and Dealers In Hardware, Dry Goods,
Paint, OiU, and Cenrrat Merekandia:
647 Corner Fvrt and King- ft. ly
JOHN TIIOS. WATER HO USE.
Importer and Dealer la General Merchandise,
69 Qoeen Street, Honolola. ly
raasn iiovi. oooraav saows.
BROWN Sc CO..
Importers rhotesale Dealers In Wines Spirits,.
MERCHANT ST.t HONOLULU. 6m
viuia. a. o. allss
WALKER Si. ALLEN,
Shlpplag and Cemmisslgn Merchants,
6M UOXQLL LU. II. I. ly
JOHN A V LETT,
659 nyrL Sracrr, om!te C. K. William. ly
McCULGAN Sc JOHNSON,
FORT STREET HONOLULU, H. I,
671 Oppooite Tbend. C. Deqck'a. ly
FISCHER At ROTH,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Frllow'e Hall. IIooolulo. TI. I
C II ALL A. MEL Sc CO.,
Importers aad Dealers la Mine., Spirits Ales, ac,
Aa. 8 NUUJNU STREET,
676 Oppoaila Slerchant atreet. Honnlalo, II. I. ly
DILLINGHAM Si CO.,
iMPOKTias aid paaLaaa i
Hardware, Cntlery, Dry GoimIs Paints and Oils
and Gcaeral Mrrchandie,
674 N: 9i KING STREET, HONOLULU. ly
Dealer In General Merchandise,
Comer of Hotel aiul A'uuanu Streets, Honohdu, Jl. 1.
Retail Latahllshment on naann Street.
069 Above the Fire-prouf Store. ly
CommUMon Merchant and General Aent,
A rent tor the Pankaaand Aioauulu Surar PUnlatkMia Im
porter of Tea and other Chiaeee and Foreifra Oooda
and wholesale dealer in Hawaiian Produce,
la New Stoae Store, Naaaaa St.. kelaw Klac
IIYMAN St BROTHERS.
I a roars:,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Dry Goeds Clothing,
HATS, FCRXISniSQ GOODS,
Ladiea and Genu Boou and Shoea, Yankee Notions, Ac, Ac,
Capt. Snom'e Building,
Na. 20 MERCHANT ST t670 ly) HONOLULU.
M. PHILLIPS Si CO..
WholeAle Dealers la Clsthlnc, Boots. Shoes Hats
Sea's Famishing and Fancy Good,
No. A MERCHANT 5T-, (671 6m) HONOLULU.
ALLEN 4W CI1ILLINCWORTII,
WH1 eonUnaa tha General Merchandise and Shipping battneee
at the above port, where they are prepared to famish
the Justly celebrated Kawmihae Potatoea,aad
aoch other recruits aa are required
by whale ships, at tha
shortest notice and on the moat reasonable terms.
JPlrowoocl on !I"X Axacl..
D. N. FLITNER.
Coatinoea his old business ia the 0 reproof boHdine,
ChroaoBoeters rated by obaervatloca of the aan and stars
with a tranalt Inrtromont accurately adjusted to tha
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attenUon lven to
floe watch repMrlnr. Sextant and quadrant
Classes silvered and adjusted Charts and
nautical instrument constantly on
60 band and for sale. ly
LEWERS Si DICKSON.
Dealers In Lamber and Bnlldlng Materials
6S0 Far! Street. ly
TH. C. IIEIX'K,
General Commldn Mertbant.
6S6 Fort Street. ly
UOLLES Si CO..
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants
Queen Street, JlonUula.
umi it rmxisiios to
Sleasrs. C. A. Williams s Co. I Messrs. C. ttrewer H Co.,
Metrr. Castle a Cooke. J Mrwri. II. Ilackfeld a Co.,
Ilessrs. C. L. Richards a Co. V. C Wateruiau, Kq.
D C. WATERMAN Si CO.,
Especial attention pawl to the interests of the Whaling Fleet by
the fumiabinr of funds, purchase and sale of KaulianKe, Oil,
Bvue, Ueueral ilcrclin.lie, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. I.naao Uovuid, J a. a Co., New Bedford
V. O. K. For a. Km., do.
J. C. MkaaiLl. a Co , Pan Francisco
SAM't, S. CASTLK. 1. B. ATBtr.TOSf. A. S. CUOAB.
CASTLE A. COOKE.
Importers and Grneml Merchants.
Klas; atreet, eppoaite Ibe Sentnen'o Chapel.
JlSO. AGENTS FOR
Dr. Jaynes Celebrated Family Medicines,
Wheeler r Wilson's Sewin; Macliinrs,
The New Kugland Mutual Life Insurance Company,
Tlie K'diala Suear Company, Hawaii.
The Haiku Sucar Company. Mmui.
The Hawaiian u(0r Mills, Maui.
The Waialoa fui;ni PlnntHtiun. Oaha.
The Lumahat Kice Plantation, Kauai 66-1 ly
BISHOP Si CO Bankrrs,
Office, In the east corner of Makee's Block,
Kaabumanu trret, HouoluJu.
Draw Bills of Exchange on
Ttie BaK or CiurpKiii.
Messra OaiSSSLL.MiSTtaa a Co.,
" Lau r WALLaa,
Tkkot National Bask,
OniasTAL Bask Corpubatiox.
Memr. MAnct'AKO. Andkc k Co..
Agenta Pacific l.at'RACK Co. and Maxuattas Lira Issra-
Will receive depoalta.illscount flrlass busluest paper, and
attend to colleetiiie.etc. 6Hd ly
II A M H II It II -II K K M E N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
flVllE UNDERSIGNED. HAVING BEEN
M. Appointed Afrentaof the alovo Cuinpany, are prepnreil
to insure risks aKalnst Fire on ltnne and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on moat favorable terms.
For particulars apply at the office of
F. A. SCIIAEFKll ir CO.
Honolulu, May 4.1S63. 0M1 Is
IMP I? 11 I A 1.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
(Eetabllabed A. D. 1S03.)
CASH CAPITAL, ,8,000,000!
rflllE irNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. Appoiuted Agents of the above Company for the Iluwai
Are Prepared to Insure Agaiust Fire
On Brick. Stone and Wooden Buildings, Merchandie, Furni
ture, Ac., on the most favorable terms. For pnrticuUrs l'ly
at the office of (CM ly) WALK lilt a ALLKN.
F. A. SCHAEFER,
AGENT Bremen Board af Uutlerwrilera.
Agral I) read en Board sf V nderwr ilrra,
Aiceal Vlraaa Board of I'aderwrltera.
NOETH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LONDON AND IDINUUKC.il.
CAPITA L 8,000.000
Aecaaaulated and larcated Fnad, ,838,118
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE KEEN AP
POINTED AOENTtlor the Sandwich lHla:ids, and are
authorised to Inaore against Fire upon favorable terms.
Rinks taken in any part of the Islands on Wooden Buildings,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, limber, Coal, hia in harbor with or without cargoes or
under repair. 670 ly ED. UJFFsCHLAEUEK a CO.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
RATES. Tlie clauses in the Policies of this Company are
specially advantageous. TUEO. 11. DA V IKS,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues lire and Life Policies
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims for Loasee settled with promptitude.
C49-1y TUEO. H. DAVIES. Agent.
A XII OTHER MUSICAL IN-
9 jew.,, a - a a C V 1-:
ISlTl Tl.LD AM) K EPA I RED,
BT CHABLES DEBBT, AT THE THEATER.
Lessons Given on Piano and Guitar,
best of references given. 060 ly
icw O oocls per Idsilio !
Just received7a fine assort
Ladies and Misses Boots and Shoes,
Gents It est Doots,
Hoys' Fine Boots and Shoes.
ALL THE LJTE JND NEIT STYLES OF
Ti9y nl JPancy Groocls.
For Sale Cheap C
'all aad See.
J. DAVIS a CO.
E. O. HALL & SON
Have Reaaoved ta their
New Brick Fire - Proof Store.
WHERE TUEY INTEND TO KEEP
Fall Assortment of Merchandise
IN THEIR LINE.
NEW GOODS ARESO ON EXPECTED
Both from the raited States aad England,
Which, together with Stock on band.
Will be Sold at Prices to Suit the Times!
IN VARIETY. OX TOKES,
And other Agricultural Implement, for sale by
e4 3m C. BREWER a CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED. EXECUTOR OF
tbewill of GKOKUK Q. HOWE, hereby notifies all par
tie indebted to Ibe Estate of said deceased to make immodiate
payment, aid parties having claims agaiuat said Estate are
hereby notified to present the same within six months from
this dte or they will be forever barred.
1. fc- WALKER.
. Honolulu, August 27, I860. Executor. 6W Im
NITED STATES BONDS OF INDEBT
EDNESS, (6-20 or any other cuts or bond.)
Cashed at the highest rates.
II. M. WniTSET.
PACIFIC BRASS FOUNDRY.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RE-
'ecifully inform the public that he is prepared to ca-t
aud finish alt kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
All kinds of ship and plantation worV furnished on short
Constantly on hand, hose couptntgs of the following.
i, 1. 1, li, 2 and i. AUo, oil cups and gauge cock.
ja.u&b A. uurt-cn,
095 ly King atreet.
ill. T. DOiWliELL,
lMI'OKTEB A!tO MASCFACTCRf R OP
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
x Suitable to this market.
hk TT Old Furniture repaired and Mattrasses of all de
l rcriptions made to order.
Before buyiag elsewhere call al 8 G and 8 8 K las atreet.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher,
692 Near th Drug Store of J. Mott Smith if Co. ly
SADDLE tSc HARNESS MAKER,
rx iwimft r.--a-jgj
vFort and Hotel Streets, Ilonolnln. &&&l
XT Carriace Trimmed with neatness aud dispatch. Island
Orders attend'-d to pioroptly. 90 ly
Boot aud Shoe Maker and Dealer In Leather and
Ar&l Ifntel Street, bet. Xuwmu and Maanakea Sts.
J uOnlera from the country solicited and promptly
"a. attended to on the most reasonable terms. 690 ly
BOOT AND SHOEMAKER,
JI-ST A R RIVED FROM SAN FRAN
CISCO, is prepared to execute all orders in his line
x wiin promptness ana uciluicm. pauaiutiwu wu-
6S5 International Hotrl premise; Hotel Street. 3m
W. G. WOISEY,
. o ucxtitecn ins nr.
i'M LOFT to the old Ice House at the foot of
TT Nuuauu street. AU order intrusted to nun
xj&bZ will receive immediate attention. 087 6ui,
JonS TlBBBTS, TKO.4. 80SK.S80S.
Ship Carpenters and Caulkers,
it l. Foster & Co.'s Old Stand,
Near the M Honolulu Iron Works. 687 Cm
DALTON 5t BLAUVELT,
Saddle mid llni-iics .linkers,
KIHU STREET, HONOLULU.
rarrlaxe Trliuniing In all Its1
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to, 681 ly
J. Itl. OAT & SOV,
'j? for Entire satisfaction guaranteed in all
JOHN NOTT & CO.,
COFFJCIv AXU TINSMITHS.
raviKE PLEASURE IX ANNOUNCING TO
M. the public that they are prepared to furnish all kinds of
Copier Work, conitisting in part of stills, stbikb fahs, son
linen PANa, woam, foiim, etc, etc.
Also on hand, a frill assortment of Tinware,
Which they offer for sale at the lowest market prices.
ALL KINDS or KltrAIPISa DOSS WITH HEATS K3 AND DISPATCH.
Orders from the other Islands will meet with prompt attention.
Shop on Kaahuoanu St., one door above Flitner's. 040 6m
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
King Street, next to Bethel Vestry.
' V Honolulu, H. I. 671 ly
J. H. WICKE,
alakba stbkkt bklow th thcatbc.
Furniture maIe and repaired at reasonable prices. 674 ly
JAS. L. LEWIS,
At the Old Stand.
Corner of King and Bethel Streets.
A large Stock of OIL S HOOKS and all kinds of Coop,
eriajc Mater inla constantly on hand.
rlrrr He hoies by attention to business to merit a con.
( f f tinuauce of tho patronage which h has hitherto en
aK&Issajoyed, and f'jr which he now returns his thanks.
67 i 6in
IS PREPARED TO REPAIR
WATCHES, CLOCKS AND MUSIC BOXES
Coo With promptness and dispatch. ly
GEORGE W. NORTON,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
rT WILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS
t-X At tite Old Stand, on lAe Esplanade,
oui ly Next above the Custom House.
SANVEL If I . CARTER,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
NEXT DOOR ABOVE L. L. TORBERTS.
BOOT ANB SHOE MAKER,
-j- it r. i. 7i ar.srrit.iMiiiiii
Dill to no'' nia friend and the public
V I vl generally that be baa taken the Stand
VeVon Fort Street, recently occupied by Mr. Andrew aa
a Machine Sbop, where he is prepared to execute all orders in
his line with promptness and in a workmanlike manner. 663 ly
JAS. A. BURDICK,
COOPER AND CAUCER,
Continue the business
At his Old Stand on the Esplanade.
AU worc done with care, and orders promptly attended to.
6S2 Chaaubs Modbbatb. ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Xannfartnrer, Importer and Dealer la Fnrnitnre
Of Every Description.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street, opposite E. H. Boyd's
Family Market; Workshop at the old atand.
Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from other Islands promptly attended to. 689-ly
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
K. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietors,
PILOT. MEDIUMAND XAVr BREAD,
always on band and made to order.
Also, Water, Sod and Butter Crackers,
JENST LIND CAKES. Ac.
SHIP BREAD REBAKEO oa th shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked dally and
alwsyi on hand.
N. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY.
s ' w
,8cn' sCER-pZar ,8G9-
HILU, II . I .
Sugar and Molasses.
CiROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
J quantities to suit purchasers, by
6t)5 dm WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
II. Cornwell. Proprietor.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR SALE
in lot to suit purchasers. Apply to
695 ly GEO. C. McLEAN, Agent.
Sugar and. Jtlolusses Crop 1869,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
ALhM.ll & ALXiKN, Agents.
Sugar and Molasses Crop I860.
STIOMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUA.N'Tl
11 1& to suit purchasers, by
WALKER a ALLEN, AgenL
-SAJEW CROP, NOW COMING IN.
A.W cor bale by
C. BREWER ft Co agents.
JOkTEW CROP OF
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
673 6m C. BREWER & Co., agents.
647 ly ADAMS a WILDER, Agenta.
HAWAIIAN LEATHER !
Sole and Saddle Leather and Tanned
A REGULAR SUPPLY FROM THE CELE
BRATED WAIMEA TANNERY,
For aale at the lowest market rates by
A. 8. CLEQH0RN, Agent.
KINO STREET. HONOLULU.
FORT ST., FAMILY MARKET.
F.. II. HOYD.
Choicest Meats from finest herds. Poultry, Fish, Ycgetablee
ire., furnished to order. U67 ly
Oood Fire-w$od !
At D. FOSTER Si CO'S.
Fire Wood !
FIRE WOOD BEING SCARCE. ATTEN
TION ia called to
THE CHELSEA RANGES
For burning Wood or Coal, being much more economical and
effective than Stoves for family use. - For sale by
62 2m C. BREWER tr CO.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE,
from the well-known
WAIJfEA. TANNERY C. NOTLEY,
By (609 ly) A. S. CLKQI10RN, Agent.
II0N0LULU IRON WORKS COMPANY.
iyg A K E A L L KIN D S OF
Machinery, Sugar Mills, Steam Engines,
Also, Boilers, Coolers and Sheet Iron Work, and all kinds of
BRAES AND IRON CASTINGS.
A large stock of Piping. Elbows, Tees, Biass Valves and
Cocks, Sheet Iron, Boiler Plate, Bar Iron, Centrifugal Wires,
India Rubber Packing, aud every description of Machinery
always on hand.
A Great Variety of "Iarhlnery on hand k fur Sale Low.
685 Jy HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
-TUIE PROPRIETOR OF THE ABOVE
Jl Works is prepared Pply his customers, and the pub
lic in general, with the best uality YELLOW SOAP.
SOFT SOAP always on band.
Tub Uigsbst Pkicb paid roa Soap Grea.sk. 648 ly
HAWAIIAN SOAP WORKS,
Tty HUDDY & (.KAY, at Leleo.
HAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
stock of material, are prepared to aupply their customers
and the public, with the bcxl Yellow, Brswa nad
White SOAP. ALSO
WO FT A.1V1 OIJj SOAP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Soap grease always wanted. 653 ly
TO COUNTRY DEALERS.
E WOULD CALL THE ATTENTION
of our Island Customera
To the Stock of Goods now on hand,
AND ON THE WAY,
Which will be disposed of at very Reason
- able Rates,
Embracing in pari as foRotcs:
Pilot, Saloon Pilot
Bread and Crackers,
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
From the Celerated Bakery of Camphell fc Co.,
8 A 5 Fa AM CISCO,
Being Superior to any other Brand in the Market.
Saleratus in jars and hf. Ib. bottles, "
Savory, and Mixed Herbs.
Canned Meats and Preserves,
Family Extra and Superfine Flour,
A Large Assortment in the Grocery Line.
Parties residing on the other Tilands may rest assured that
we will give the best of attention to Orders, or will purchase
Goods outside of our line tree of Commission.
CHAS. N. SPENCER tc CO.
Indexed Mem. Hooks.
AVERY CONVENIENT ARTICLE FOB.
BiU Collectors and others. For sale by
3 ; H. M. WHITNEY.
OF VARIOUS SIZES, FROM SO Cfa TO
1 5 O each. Terr convenient for a Store, Office, or
Workshop, (74) H. M. WHITNEY.
RECitLAK OAIIU PACKET.
Will leai every Monday afternoon forTorts on
OoltH, returning Saturday mornings.
68S Sm CHAS. N. SPENCER & CO., A gents.
FOR IIIIaO AXI KOIIALA.
THE FASTAILINQ CLIPPER SCHOONER
W. II. Babcsck, CmH
Will run to Jfllo, touching at Jlonoipn.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain, or to
680 6m C. N. SPENCER A CO., Agent.
FOR KONA AND KAU.
Capt. J. Whllfor.l,
Will run regularly on Vte above route. ...
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain, or to
bSG 6m CHAS. N. SPENCER ti CO., Agents.
FOR KONA, HAWAII.
Capt. Joe West,
run regultrly to ports on Kona, touching at
. Kohala on her return.
Freight or Passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
6m CHAS. ti. SPENCER A CO., Agents.
Regular Packet for Hanalei, Kauai.
THE CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will Sail as a Ilegidar Packet us above. "
For Freight or passage apply to
WALKER A ALLEN.
CLIPPER SCHOONER LILIU
Will run regularly to M0L0KAT.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain, or to
685 6m CHAS. N. oFENCER A CO.
LAHAINA AND MAKEE S LANDING.
THE FAVORITE CLIPPER SCHOONER
E. D- CRANE MASTER.
Will run regidarly betieeen Honolulu and lAe ubove
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on board, or to
0. BREWER it CO.
Itcgtilar Packet Tor Lajiaina.
THE WELL-KNOWN EXTREME CLIPPER
J. C. CLUXEY, MASTER,
la laid on as a Regular Packet to Lahaina, and, If sufficient
inducement offers, to Slaalea and Kalepolepo.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain, or II. HACK
FIELD A Co. 683 3m
For Kilo and Ononiea, Hawaii.
Will ran as a Regular Packet to the above ports. For Freight
or Passage apply to
670 6m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
For Hilo and Kaupakuea, Hawaii.
jfe Schooner -Active,
Will run as a Regular Packet to the above ports, touching at
LAHAINA. For Freight or Passage apply to
670 6m WALKER A ALLEN, Agent.
Hawaiian Packet Isinc
SAN FRANCISCO I
aaaswaSBMaat ' ' . .
The following First-Class Vessels will Bnn Kega-
larly In the Ilonolnln Llnet
D. C. Murray,
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommodation for
Cabin and Steerage Paaseugers, apply to . ...
672 6m WALKER tr ALLEN, Agents.
JAPANESE BAZAR I
Removed to No. 38 Fort Street.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE
attention of Reskleuts and Visitors to tho
CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
IN CLUDIN Q
Many New Goods Jnst Opened,
lleautiral straw-worked Boxes,
- Crystal Jewelry,
- Scarf Rings, Statuary,
- - Porcelain Ware, Embroidery,
U rouse and Silver Buckles,
Stnds, Inlaid Cabinets, Fishing- Canes,
Bam boa Chains, Charma, Carloo, Ar Ac.
ALSO. A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
India Rubber Goods !
Fine Water-proof Coats and Capes, Ponchos,
Brushes, Combs, Walking Canes,
Drinking Cups, Telescope Tumblers,
Dolla, Napkin Ring. Toy, Rings,
India Bnbber Jewelry, Teething Rings
Vest Chains, Ac, irt Sc.,
ILL NEW GOODS JTST RECEIVED,
. ABD OOaTSISISS-.
The Finest Assortment of Rubber. Goods
EVER OPENED IN THIS MARKET,
AT THS :
NO. 33 FORT STREET.
All the Late Books !
CAN BE FOUND AT TUB BOOK-STORE.
For Bale Cheap. C8 lm) H. Al- WHITNEY.
AND OTHERS BOUND TO SEA AND IN
want of reading matter, can find a large supply of
Illustrated Papers, Magazines and Books, '
AT WHITNEY'S BOOKSTORE. Files of Har
per's Weekly, Leslie's sod other illustrated papers, for 0 or 12
oaths back, oo aand and for aale cheap.
ttrnmaZ. ZaVTsTat Saba aslka aaa
Overland Paper !
A FINE ARTICLE OF THIN WHITE
Ruled Letter Paper, fur Overland and European cor
respondence. Two sheets can be sent in a single envelope.
PRICE $4 a ream, or $1 per quarter ream package.
For sale by ; (89 lm) H. M. WHITNEY.