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'll and Island KaWriplUat, lt.OO a Vear.
al.lHs for Ms Meatfcs.
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If V-n-na r'Hs In srir part sf IS tales, ra
raant IK ara-uot nf utsrr. diar 4r this papr '.A Amrri
eaa post... camp.
run ad fArT
nnrn a j r i n r nniMTiur
ir hlr rarrla . ajtrtoiar Urrtnf or l'4U9
t hJakxa tar h(ai fi tamnii aa Ihry vtah la pay ,
i atui Itveir raiMt : b lnarrt aa x-r ala labia, ft tlx tia
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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, OCTOBER 20, 1872.
; WHOLE NO. S57.
a ownui iron inras raira, 1-I ar for Irauatrul adTanlaa
meula a bra -aij or rharrj qartrtjr.
Ths i"''. r rU- f. r. I'r. f'f wHH to any part of A.-rl-
i 1 i pr annum. :ei lorfut. t- !! in p-"-only.
Ail pauer ( r Kitropn pv W.ll rhars I
!" pMt dttir 1-! at tV iert -. ah.rh varies frna 4 t
f ' ' " ! " - !
Wilt lb .o tkt ttim briaMfw front,
Thrar rxrr'.Af -a I Ilia tiUmoal,
To b fh hubari of Ihy rhoic.
I at lock"! in bota of IIjrBHro t
An.l a.ll thou lare thy twine tuj frteiJa
To b b.a ait-!
A o-l he!p to pti.J bia larfr ir.-.m
Wo kn aa Ihoa hut life ."'
" I will th modm maul irptu.
Tht 1 jt lit-ht tK-amiof in h-r r)a.
Aiul wi.t itioo Uk Itiia watrrJ!,
1 hia oafnl.Uioua prll ;
Anil all th- anpaul uiillinera tIia,
To Im thj ckoaco brt-io f
Ami Kilt Ihoa lore ami cbrriah hr
While lVa bal lf ami bralib ;
flat 1i aa ajo aa fai.i,
Au-I U-ara her all lUf wullh V
" I aar til : lh f-ar l-r mu r'lia.
Anil caer iU la oapliai-liaa.
- Tln I pruonanre you man an.1 taif-;
An.l aaut l"e j Idc f-rer.
Tb nTl W-al man may diaaoila,
Ao-I tt Ural I.Trr Court rm."
From New Zealand and Australia.
Arrival of the Nebraska.
I! the arrifal on MonJ:y. of the U. 8., N".
Z.. anl A., mail stoainiliip .Wbratk i , we are io
receipt f Auc'!n 1 pajxra to the 1th ioat.. an J
lnrj ti ?pt- iMih. W are iuJeb'eJ to 1'uratr
La99 lor f ruiupt dliry of fiieo n J memoraoda.
Th oewa j onimr4rtnL The vote of wnt of
crmfi U net la the .New Zeii in l 1 iiruiaient La! Leon
cnrri-l 9jitist the "t,t!j Mini.itrj, an l Mr. uCrJ
m at the liel t,t the T)rr guivroiuetii, t the
euurseof whioIiluuJ compliiuli 1a1 Alrea-Jj Legua
to 15 hear 1.
The Court ha. I given decialon in the cam of the
team Lip JWtitl.i. for ruaaioj into the burk Bad
gtr, aom tioie Ago.
Thir It'.nor ha-1 amciI the aloa of the Bad
gtr At XI, 0)0, an- aJjti'j;;M against the JS'tvadu
pajmrnt tit tht mm, frcther with coetj of auir,
the Utter to be faxed in the usual way.
Th AnckUml Jieruld of th 21 aajt :
A tlrjf!inr ti)k Ucr n hoaril thj XbraLa. at
Wtlintn. tn i riU.i, SfpU-mbtT 20. at which 200
pern n.it w n,iutly atemhrsof the AAtnilljr.
Ir'Ailinjf cirien. and la.Ii. T!m IIo'i. I. Mclean
prjx.-.l ui:c' ami pr'jp'riiy to the XtlrasL't.
hr oRicer. and owner. Mr. 1river rfplifd, and
miid thr wa every chance of a Aiibaidy bein;
jcrant.-il. unl in four months the line would b eual
U an j in the woil 1.
Narrow tWs.rr. rscw Fisc VesU-rday morning,
a t-w miniit-A atu-r the arrival ol th intil Mram
ahip .rrr-i.A.'i from Southern porU. be had n nar
row -C4pj from what mijrht hTr proved a vi-ry i
rft-n.tiT fir. CapUin IUrdin? wan th no-t to I
Ji.icor tn? fir and it blowing to hi prompt action I
tli at uo )-iiiiu4 Uamaxe wa.4 Uiif. It app-ara that
one of I'm .toward bad carelely laid hi pipe
d wn in hU bunk, alight, and thT9 l-ftiL Shortly
alUrwaril mke wa wi-n iuin from tho b-rth.
and on examination it m found that tlof a.nb Irotn
the pip hail a.-1 tho tJalllW allfrbt.
A'.m'Mt the lat of the old MaorU of the land hat
pai-d nwAy. lint I'atuont. brother of ti;e famous
chif Tamati Vak. lied on Sptemhfr 19, and was
honored with a public funeral. He. ad well a bin
more faaiou brother, had aiway bwn favorably
ii.po!fd to the Kuropean. and had a!Turd-d valua
ble aMfanc on more than one occasion, when the
t tier 4 had been attacked by their savage foe. The
age of 1'atnone wm wet down at 9. but it U more
than probably that the old chief bad turned the 100
year. a. b. H4e to ay that be distinctly remem
bered having been taken aboard the ubip in which
the ureal navigator Captain Cixik visited them; Lsl
anjA. Pays a correnpondent writiQjf from Fiji :
The Fijian Government id countenanced and sup
ported by Captain Gordon PoiijjIa. in command of
her Itritanntc M.jtyA aliip-of-war fi'trk. tTapt.
I)ouj1j exerti Inm-wlf with prvat uiduiiy in (lo
in hi- utmost for th Fiji t Jovernment. Fvery
liriti-li mil-ject who -t-k an interview with him. in
ri?er tn recite hi.4 tale of win- of wrongs doiie--of
injuri inflict-il righN infiinjri-d bwaes mi
taineil -through the a.-ucy or ill tlx handn of the
Fiji Government. h tell rl.-arly that the si-ttlers
nm-t. if they remain in Fiji, submit to the laws of
tho country. In unswer to an influential deputa
tion of i!riiUh aiibj-ct. who waited upon Captain
DoiiIai in order that their grievance through him
might reach Kngl and. be expressed ituch "ympatby
witb tht-iu in reference to one or two questions
notably an innU to the llriii-h flag. lie promi-d
t institute a tr.o-tt rigid investigation into this che.
but be ba failed to d no.
From S tmoA, under date of July 20, we learn that
the nitive are still fighting, and it his all the appear
ance of a loo; and bloody war. The officer of the
Fnglisa man-of-war have tol l them to stop their
fighting, but the big party will not- They s.iy, you
ooght not to stop ils fighting, for as soon aa you go
we shall ju.tt start agtin. They also say, as long ad
we take care Dot to hart white men or their homes,
whit can you do? You cannot stop us, in fact we
will not 'top for you. Captain iMuglis fine! them
one hundred dollars for breaking the treaty witb the
whites by shooting and killing a nitive on the Si or
neutral ground. The fine was paid at 12 o'clock
auarp next day. The bi; party are getting the best
of it, though the Tutnaeg or little party fight
well, and against long ol Ii, 4 to 1. They are fight
ing in four places on the island of Lplu, vix.,
Mitautu. L'awa. Taleatiti. SIumana, at all of which
place the big party or the Ktu-tauA-teli have the
beat of it, except at Mattntu. where they have lct
ground. The Simoans do not think anything of
being shot, s long as the oppo-ite party does not get
the be vL If a man is shot dead they do not count
him so unices he l.t-- his hca 1 Sme mornings be
fore breakfut ycu mvy a two or three hea.L cat oC
ctoM to the j iw. Whether the captain will stop the
war or not I cannot my. as the man-of-war ij not yet
gone. 1 should thin that it will I most likely '
ItlOppCl UI3 IU,IU IklU . 1 UI UIIO tl'iS V B lug
other, or perhaps by arms. July 24 : Pinee writing
the above the man-of-war hvs taken ber departure,
and all that the CAptain did was to talk of what be
would do, and nothing else : he has g t the name
of tanata captain. On Tuesday lat the natives had
a good brush at one another, and the total killed and
wounded was about 4o.
Fnll particulars of the burning of tV Pacific Mail
5teamhij .Imiric.i in the harbor d Yokohama have
been received by the steamer China, from that port
durtn? ttie week. The Consular Court of Inquiry,
which examined into the diaarter, reached the con
clusion tliat the --lrc was set on fire in order to
pive nn oppottuaity to rob theChioe? passengers.
It appeireil that the low pressure of steam on the
donkey engine at the time was insufficient to pro
vide iLe Cre hose with an effective supply of water.
Had lb fire occurred at sea. the steam on the reg
ular engine boilers would have extinguished it.
Three while men attached to the ship and a score
or m-re of Chinese passengers were drowned.
TbesM last showed one of the peculiarities of their
race in hanging on to their bundles and money bag,
which resulted in the drowning of many who might
otherwise have been saved. All accounts unite in
peaking of the heroism of Captain Poane. of the
Amerif. and the perfect discipline of the ship's
Company. iriven iy iuc uaiucs. vapiaiu iimw
jumped overboard and was paralysed by the fall.
He was rescued by Captain Williams, of tbel'acific '
Mail Company's steamer Coiti Him. The Engineer !
.iv - t . . ; .... v ., haI.I tAhn IIrliam,T i aj-k knn urn
In tb-? Company's service), one ol the most experi
enced and trustworthy officers of the line. The hull
of thf AtnTiet. after burning to the water's edge.
was towed to shallow water, where it settled. The
engines will perbsp be recovered in a serviceable
state. Wbea the China left, the divers bad got
nearly to the tank containing the Hongkong treas
ure, amounting to $400,000. The America cost to
build 1.600.000. and was, with the exception of
the (7mf istVm, tho largest steamship afloat.
Among the foreign communities in Japan and China
her loss is felt as a personal one. Americans were
proud of her. while the English and other foreigners
regarded ber witli generous admiration. if. F.
Jit tea Lttler.
IM I'ORTI'KS .M IIKll.KKI IV A LKS.
ANI iHKirs. T 1IOI.K-ALK.
9 Meroha'it r-t, I' -i-il) ll'rio!ulu, II. I.
nlsTMcINT YRE & BROTHER,
C UOCKKV. KKKI STORK ANI K.4 KKKV,
I Crtirof Kii.jf ami Ivn Mt-,
oeS ly . IjfioIulu. II. I.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
GlKNKKAb COMMISSION AtiK.NTS.
f o6 ly llO.NoLt LU.
THOS. G. THRUM'S,
STATIO.VKKV. :iTi.i-:iir A m nkws
Ixr(xA, and CirratatiOiC Library, isiacc K AuM'i
aori'l.' I.nrii,r, Cliirrapl.y,?irii'!l I u:tin?. an I Cr pyii.g,
auetlr4 to. ( T lj) Mercl.ant st..Iiobilulu.
W. L. GREEN,
Uo.lUion, Qnno Hirer I,
M KIIC II ANT. FIRE-PROOF
TJonoloIa, Hawaiian Islands.
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
M PORTER AMI COMMISSION MKH
CiiA.sr. (oci ly) Honolulu, Oahu, il I.
A. B. CLKKH'lBS.
JSJ. 8. IM ITU I KM.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
IMPORTKRS- AM) V II O tACS A IK AM)
KKTAIL UKA LKHS IN
Corner Qiirrn an-l Kaal.uinana St .,
or 5 y Naiuna M., and Dirorr Fort and Hotel t.
DR. MOTT SMITH,
DKXTIST. IIAVINf; RESCMEO
nTJ-vrf i.rai tice. ran le f'Himl at his noma over K. Mrrhx
A; Cu'a I'rug Htore, corner of Fort and Hotel Ma. se21 3 in
THEO. H. DAVIES,
(Lata Janlon, Green At Co.;
IMPORTER AM COMMISSION MER
CHANT. aor.T roa
Lloyd and the Liverpool Underwriters. Northern Assurance
Company, and tn'.iih aod Korrign Marine Insurance
mhl Fire Proof Ilaildincs, Kaaliumana and (Joecn St.. ly
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO
IMPORTERS AM) COMMISSION M ER
CIIAMj, Ilooolala, Hawaiian Islarwla. Jal5 ly
CHULAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS or AXD l K A L. K R S I N
Vt all description., and in a!', kinds of Dry (loot. Also, con
stant ly oo hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Hice.
s2S Nuaa. a Street, Honolulu. ly
S. B. DOLE,
iHORXrV AT LAW. OFFICE OVER
2 m. Kictianison's store, corw-r of Fori and Jlcrcliiut aireeta.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Corner of Fort anj Merchant Street. Dih9 Ijr
S. h. LEWIS.
S. MAGNIN & Co.,
jMw.aTF.R.AUMj,., ,v rv.
lry OxkI., Clot hint;. Ikx.ts aod shoes, aod Gent's Furnishing
oh9 Nuuanu ?C. crrer of Marine, Honolulu, II. 1. If
' . WHITrJEY, D. D. S.
DENTIST. OFFICE OVER DR. HOFF
MANN'S DKUl sroiiK,
t'.wner of Kaahum-ou an t Men-hanl treets. OBce hours
J4l Irotn a. till a r. M 1
a TTORXEV AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
Fort treet, three door lielow Merchant at. nlS ly
J0E.il S. MGREW, M. D.,
1 ATE SITRGEON I. S. AR.MV. CAN BE
1 A eoriMilb-d at hi redeuce on Hotel titrcct, Letween Ala
kea and Fort r-treeta. cl 1
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DE.tl
rr in Faartionahi Clotl.iiKr, ll.il. Cap. 1-o(k and Mioea,
aud rrery variety of ljent;eroen' Superior KuriiifhinR Uooda.
More formerly ornpiel by W. A. Aldricb, Makee'
ill Bl-ick, Queen Street. ly
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARE, Dry .mI. P.iint. till, and General Merchandise.
n4 Corner Fort :.nl kinj 51. ly
JAS. W. GIRVIN,
flOMMISilOX MERCHANT ANDDEALER
I In ll.n.f.l l-rrl..i.,liu LA11A1NA.
Order trmn the other Islands promptly attended to. t-2S 6m
C. S. BARTOW,
a I CT
I'CTIOXEER, SALESROOM ON O.IF.EX
Mreet. one door from Kaahuiuauu.
A. C. SMITH,
C GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER. LA
M II A I N A, MA II.
Mouey and Recruit furnished H Ships on Favorable Terms.
j "ij y
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AND DE LER IN GENERAL
a24 Queen Street, Honolulu. lv
a. w.Yeirce & co
Sucrr.irrs to C. L. Ilichiiril it C.)
SHIP CH tXBLERS AXD BEXERA1.COM
MlrIiN MtKCllAMS. Honolulu, lUwauan Islands.
AlliSlS W. Psibck.
J. S. Walkeb.
1. B. PuTaasox.
S. C. Allks.
"WALKER & ALLEN,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. HONOLULU. H. 1.
Hawaiian Packet Line, I Spencer Plantation.
Princevllle plantatioa. I Nulehu Plantation.
Onocnea Plantation. I Greenwell" Coffee.
Imperial Fire Inaarance Company, Lontin.
Merchant' Ma'.ual Marine Insurance Co , San Francisco.
IMPORTER AXD DEALER IX CLOTH
ING. Boot, fhoe. Hats, Cap., Jewelry. Perfumery,
Poekr Cutlery, and every description of Gent' buperMr
Fumi.hinc lioo.1. s7 Betikcrl'a Fine Calf Dres Boots,
always on hand.
N. K. CoaiEB or roar xd MEBraasr s-tbkkts. jau ly
E. P. ADAMS,
A UCTIOXEER AND COMMISSION XIER- !
J CHANT. !
Qaeen Street, Honolulu. H. I. JaO ly 1
A. sr. jcpo.
J. S. I.ATT0S.
JUDD & LAYTON,
ROCERS AND PRO Ivio.V DEALERS,
Family Grocery and Feed More,
52 Fort Street, Honolulu. dlO ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AXD WHOLESALE DEAL,
rr In Clothing. Boots, shoe. Hats, Men' Furnishing and
Fancy tionds. (oil 6m) No. 11 Kaahumanu St. Honolulu,
LEWERS L DICKSON.
EtLERS IN LUMBER AND BUILDING
jjis jiatriiai". r cri w ru t. aj
W11'1' HE HELD IN THE MIDDLE OF
V NOVEMBER, under the auspices of the Ladies Benev
olent Society of Honolulu, to raise a Fund for the
Benefit of Female Boarding Schools
of tb Island and other object.
Ladies of the different Islands are invited to
contrtNit to the FAXCV TABLE. Articles can be sent to the
care of Brewer A Co., Honolulu. II. S. JUDD,
epl4 St Sec'y. L. B. 9.
Hay! Hay! Hay.
THE UNDERSIGNED ARE RE
ceiriog Pressul Bales of
Prime Maniania Hay,
Fron Laic, which they will sell in quantities to init.
pit tf WALKF.K At ALLEN.
T. J. HaTfKLDKS. T. H.
DK A bKRS IN I) It V (iO(ll)S, 1'AXCV
J.Ol AND CLollUMf.
CriU-rion BuiMiuk. Fort M. (JI ly) Honolulu, II. I.
" F. HORN,
COXKKC'TIOXKK. X. 4 1IOTKL. ST.,
xl iliK.r t i C t. Mul, ami, Honolulu. J17
I AFONG & ACHUCK,
IM I'lll! T Kits, V II l l.Ks A LKANUR KT A I L.
Ixril. r .! General McrcIiSuJise. Fire-pruof frlortr. Nuua
Da Street.. i!10 ly
CASTLE & COOKE,
MI'ORTKKS AMI DKtbKKS IN CKN
PIIIPPIXQ AND COMMIT It .V MKRCI1ANTS.
n o. go Kine Strert, Honolulu. H. I. ly
EOLLES & CO.,
41111 CH A XDIiKKS AMI t'O EMISSION
.M KUCH A NTS.
Importers and PeaWra in 0nentl Merchandiae. Queen strrt,
Honolulu, Hawaiian I.tauiH.
A rents i it the Kaunakakai. M.un:ua and Eakaako Salt
n Uorki. ly
R. H. STANLEY.
4 TTORX K V A N l CO L'.XSK I.OR ATI.AW.
xl ofFICK iu Khod)' f ire-.r.Nf lluildiiig, Kaatiuuianu
FISCHER & ROTH,
f ERCII A NT T.A II.ORS-. FORT STREET,
i'M oppiaite iiM Fellow' Hall, Honolulu, li. I. ap.'O lr
HYMAN & BROTHERS,
IM PORTERS, V II ll,KS A AND RETA I L.
DKA l.KCS IN
Dry flood. Clothing, ll t rurni'liin Goods, LAdies and
lienU Boots and H k- r Vankee .Notion, Vc., Ac,
I Ca. Bnow's Building, -v.. 0 Merchant Ft. Honolulu. apl3 ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN HOOTS.
Mio u. Fine Clottiitift, Furniliiiig Ooodn,
Corner of Fort and Merchant i. ( pl3 ly Honolulu, II. I.
SHIP CHANDLER. DEALER I.N GEN
eral Merchandise, l-land Produce, iic, and
COMMISSION M KUCHA NT,
Btrox's Bar, Uilo, Sandwich lisLasDii.
Will keep constantly on hand a-i extensive assortniei.l of every
description of poods required liy ihlpn and other.
T he hi(hest price eiven for Inland Proiliire.
X7 Money advanced for UilU of Kxrhaiige at reaonahle rates,
DEA LER IN GENERA L M ERCII A X ! ISE.
tire-i'roof Store, t'urner of Hotel and Nuuanu Ms.,
Honolulu, H. I.
j Alio Rstaii. lTar.Liii.tT os NrcAsc Ethext, abovs
j aplJ the Fire-proof tore. ly
C. BREWER & CO.,
AND SHIPPING MER
CHANTS. (aul7 ly) Hawaiian Islands.
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH,
TILL COXTIXfJE THF. GENERAL
I v w 91 r.lkv li i I'lCf aim eiurriAu uLDi.ir.-v at nc
alove port, wherethey are prepared to lurnun trie juuy ceie
brateil Kawaihae potatoes, and such other recruit as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice anil on the
moat reasonable terms. (uul7 ly) HBKWOU1) O.N HAND.
W. C. JONES,
4 TTORXEV AT LAW AND LAND AGENT.
iTA ill prartire in all the Courts of the Kingdom. He
will attend the Circuit Court oo Kaoai, Maui and
Hawaii, and visit either of those Island
on special business.
aol7 Office on Merchant Street. ly
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.,
IJ4II YSICI A N AND SI'ltGEOV. CORNER
Merrhant and Kaaliumana St , near the Post-oflice.
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO IXMVSKTr t CO.
Corner Fort aud y jeen ts.
Denlera iu Lumber. Paint. Oil, Nail. Salt, and Building
Materials, of every kind.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
CIOMMISSION MERCHANT AND GEN-
r.RAL MUPP1NG AUKNT,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island. jy'27 ly
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN' ISLANDS.
SJa, DRAW BILLS OK KXCIUNGK ON !
The Bank of California San Francisco
Mmn. lee & Waller .......New York
Tremont National Bank. ............................. Boston
Oriental Bank Corporation... ...London
Oriental Bank Corporation, payable in Sydney, Meiourne
Aperts for the Manhattan Life Insurance Company of New
Receive Deposits. Discount First-class Business Paper,
attend to Collecting, &c, kc my25 ly
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARE, Cutlery, Dry Uoods, Paints and Oils, and Ueneral
b29 No. 9i Kiuic Street, llonolula. ly
D. N. FLITNER,
CONTINUES HISOLD BUSINESS IN THE
Fire-proof buildtne. Kaahumanu S treet,
Chronometers rated by observations ol the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian ol Honolulu. Particular attention irivento
One watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant
glasses slivered an I adjusted Chart and
nanlical instruments constantly on
jy27 banc and for sale. ly
COME AMD BE HEALED!
BY DR. 3. H. LYON'S
Medical Compound Remedy,
Ijinimont and JPills !
FOR RECENT AND t'HKOMC PI5KAf V, !
Kheama'.iin. Neuralgia. Sire, Ulcer. Eruptions. Skin J
Iiiseases. Astbn.a, Sick Headache, l'iseases of the Throat, I
Liver and Kidneys ; for FemaM Irregularities and general ue- j
bil.ty common to the sex,
i The Compound Remedy has no Superior !
Xo One cut. use it xcllhout Icing BenefiUtd ly it.
it removes fi om the bUod those impurities common to all
: invalids, from the inlart to le man of year I
I have many certificate from thoe who for year were
thought beyond the reach of human aid. They are now en- I
I . l W l.k 1
, Joying health.
To the Victim of his Own Lust !
You who hav become poisoned by the deadly virus which
entails upon posterity the bLghting cure of dis ase and death,
and have made your own existence loathsome, 4 here la
11 ape fr yen yet. Kesolve once more to be a man.
Take the Compound . Directel. "tS
Full direction for uing ttie Comp-und Remedy, Liniment
and Pill is giren upon the Wrapper of each.
S.ld In If on-lnlw by T. A. LLOVD. X..7G
Fort Street, DILLINGHAM ti Co., Hilo, Hawaii W. MOSS
MAN Wailuku.Maui. ijli
Just Received ex R. C. Wylie
And For &ile by i L'tulersljnfd. the
Following Fresh Groceries! j
CASES BATTV &. CO'S ASSD. PICKLES,
Case Batty 4 Co' Assorted Pie Fruits,
Cases Uuntlry At Palmer's Assorted Biscuits,
Cases French Pes,
Cases French Chocolate,
Cases Ground Spice, Ground Cloves,
Saleratus, Oat ileal. Nutmeg, Capers, Dried Herbs,
Lemon Syrup, Raspberry Syrup,
selt -im II. HACKFELD k CO.
FOR SALE !
JUST RECEIVED VI A SAN FRANCISCO.
An invoice of English Piddles.
apAJ H. HACKFELD 4 Co.
i mu4l e n r? r n s la ir-iunai
wwniw rncwbnivn ncn lun,
Ml LIT 'All V, XAl'AL AXD CIVIL
T -A. I Xa o n. .
' Kwt St., next door to Krartlejr's Barr-r?Lop, Honolulu. e5 ly
1 OC IiiiiE Stroot. OO
M . T. DONNELL,
tvioKTia asp MANiriCTCni-a or
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE !
pi fuitahle to tb
Jsi ITT OM Fornltur repair
'TI ;ritioiis mule toor.ler.
fuitahle to this market.
rrJ anl Mattrassea of all tie
Befons l'uiU(j elsewhere c:ill at SG and 88 Kiaj.l reel
HAYSELDEN & SON,
-rTV Builders and Contractors.
::2.'J Are prepareil to (live etiniate for every kind of
ii-j. Work coanected with the building trade.
Residence comer of Nuuanu and Kukui Street. au17
C. E. WILLIAMS
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in
f?l OF EVERT DESCRIPTION'.
aCS Furniture Ware Room on Fort utrect ; Workshop at
' 1 the old sinnd. Hotel street, near Fort.
N. B. Order from the other island promptly attended to.
E. C. ADDERLEY,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
W corner cfJi-
Fort and Hotel Streets, Honolaln. VVr
IT Carriages Trimmed with ncatnesi and dispatch. Island
Order attended tu promptly. aul7 ly
A. D. BOLSTER ,
IInse, Ship, Sign, (srrise Ornamental Painting
In all its branches.
T THE OLD STAND. KAAIIUMANU
ttrei t, will execute all order in hi line with promptness,
at low rates, and in as good style as any. j6 ly
McCOLCAN & JOHNSON,
Fort St., Honolulu, II. I., oppoaite Theoil. C. lleuck's.
J. M. 04T,SKN., W. O. WOOISKT. J. U. OAT, JR.
J. M. OAT fit CO.,
Sail Makers, Old Custom House Fire-proof
On the Wharf, foot of Nuunnu Street, Honolulu, H. I.
XT All Orilera in our Line executed with promptness and
dispatch, aud Work Guaranteed to give Satisfaction.
KEtKH BY r-KRMISf ION TO:
A. J. Cartwright. E. Brewer Co.
A. W. Peirce 4- Co. C. A. Williuins .t Co.
II. H. Hackfeld & Co. Walker & Allen.
Dowsett & Co. Holies At Co. a 27
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher
a29 Hotel St , near the Drug Store of K. Strehx 4- Co. ly
J. T. CHAYTER,
olxlp null Ovm - ... , . , .
ekJ .nai, shop on the Esplanade, near the Cns-
rajSv-.rlSgl where he is prepared to execute all orders
in his line with promptness and iu a workmanlike uiaum-r
Hurte-sfioeing done with nentnrt and ditpalch. ja20 ly
P. D ALTON,
Saddle and llarneK ITIalitT,
KIXG STREET, HONOLULU.
Carriage Trimming In all Its1
Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. Jy27 ly
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
THE PROPRIETOR XV ILL SPARE
I'l- V l " l'"IS to miike this
ift.-fl ELEGANT HOTEL FIRST-CLASS
in every particular.
BOOMS CAX BR IIAU BY THE XICIIT OB WEEK !
with or without board.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
juii PUBLIC MEETINGS. OR SOCIETIES. ly
Oiler lor Sale
WHALE BOATS AND BOAT STOCK
LIME AND CEMENT,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Puuloa Salt Works.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
the Will of the late K. Mot ITT, will cudm to le sold at
Public Auction, in August next, if not previously disposed of
at private tale,
THE ESTATE OF KAUURU POLVT,
On Oahu. consisting of Fine Grazing Land, about 800 head of
imported Cattle, 4u Horses, and a small flock of choice Sheep.
There is an excellent dwelling house with out house ani fur
The paddocks and pen for dividing the stock are unusually
complete and extensive. There is a W ool Shed. Wool Press,
sod every requisite for carrying on the Kanch without further
For further particulars, spp'y to W. L. GRF.EN, or
apCO tf A. 2. CLEOHORN.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
'A. f r i-y Milla, lMilera, toiler. Iron, Braa and bead
Machinery of Every Description made
PartimLir AUetUUni l-aijio ihiv s Ulacl:.imithinti.
Joo work exerutcu oo ut suonesi Lotiee. jyJO ly
R. WHITKtX. c. W. OSLITT.
R. WHITMAN fit CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers in Saddles,
B HARNESS. AND EVERT CvX?
"a description of article in our line. F.7d.
-m' Shoe, Saddle, Harness & Carriage Leather,
Coustaiillv on hand.
Secial attention paid to CarrUne Trimmiuft anil Trunk Work.
1T Urders irooi the other islitnd solicited, wud promptly
N S3 Kiag St., Sij.-u of the Hrae.
j.vO Ilouolulu, II. I. 0m
ZVIilALo iu. tlio "Piolcl LsaiiA
Has Opened a PA I XT SHOP on kaahnmana Street !
TKXT DOOR TO F. A. SCHAEFER Ai CO,
A. where he is prepared to do all kind of Ornamental, Fancy
and House Painting, Paper Iiaii;ing, &c The Public are re
quested to give luui a call. apl3 tf.
Haon and Carriage Cnllder, 71 aud 76 Kin; St.,
Honolulu. (apfl ly) Island order promptly executed.
O. SKGkLKES. B. K1XTLER.
C. SECELKEN fit CO.,
Tin, Copper, Zinc and Sheet Iron Workers,
XtiuAna Street, bet. Merrhant and Queen,
ft HAVE CONST
jfly Moves, Lead Pipe, Gal
JfS Bibb, Stop Cocks, Indii
CONSTANTLY OX HAND
v. Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose
ia Rubber Hose best 3-oly In
" lengths of 2o and 60 feet, with Coupling and Pipe com
plete. Also, a very larpe stock of Tinware of every descrip
tion. Jobbing and Repairing done to order promptly and war
ranted. Particular attention given to Hlip Work.
Thankful to the citizen of Honolulu, and the Island gen
erally, tor their liberal pHtnumge ia the past, we hojie by strict
attention to business to merit the game for the future.
Tr Order from the other Island will be carefully attended
to. at 8 ly
H. VOSS, No. 5 Merchant Street,
CURTAIN HANGING. CARPET, MAT
TING and Oil Cloth laid.
XJ" All sizes Mattrasscs constantly on hand. rn2
J. W. GIBBS,
Painting in all Eranrhes, Xo. 90 King Street.
Opposite Wright ft Wilson1 Blacksmith Shop.
XT Smallest orders promptly attended to.
SHOP ON THE ESPLANADE,
where all work from Ship or Shore will be attended to
in a manner to warrant satisfaction. jaO ly
CORNER OF KING AND BETHEL
Streets. A lirpe stock or OIL SHOOK: and all
kinds of CooptTiug Material constantly ou baud.
Also, Shop on the Esplanade near the Custom House.
He hope by attention to business to merit a continuance
of the patronaue which he has hitherto enjoyed, and for which
he now return his thank. H y
KEALOHA fit PANEE,
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
HAVING OPENED THEIR SHOP ON TIIK
above street, are prepared to do all manner of work In
their line of business. Charge reasonable, aod all work done
with iieatuea and dispatch. n8 ly
J. H. THOMPSON,
General Blacksmith, Queen St., Honolulu,
For Sale at th
Vy ment of the
Nir Blacksmith s
HAS CONSTANTLY OV HAND AND
, the Lowest Market Prices, a ood aasorv-
Best Refined Bar Iron, and the Best
i Coal. nil ly
3VE -A. O XX INIST!
NO. 40 FORT STREET,
where he will attend to all order
lock, crx Sl cexeral bepaib lixe
He will plve special attention to cleaning, repairing and re;- j
Dinting dewing Machines, and all other kind of Liht Machinery (
and Metai work ot every aescription, mncHa.uiiH.ua,, v
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cnns, Pistols, Shot, Ammunition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, &c, Arc.
fewing Machine Tuckers, Binders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on fhort notice.
HJT Best Machina Twist. JCb
COLS AGBST IS THIS KINGDOM FOB
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
, sva a. - ' t:T? v
GUEY & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IN ALL KINDS OF SOAPS !
Leleo, King Street, Honolulu.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow "Wanted!
Orders Left at Ira Richardson's Bost and
Shoe Store will meet with prompt
KAMI .SOlI STORK !
DEALER IN GROCERIES AND A GEN
eral Assortment of Good.
Comer of Queen and Richard Streets. fe!7 ly
Ex Bark Xt. W- Wood
From San Francisco.
JJEST CALIFORNIA OAT IIAi,
FRESH CALIFORNIA LIME.
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
gm?r-m JUST RECEIVED PER R. C.
HtfT VVy lie. from Bremen,
Two Superior Cottage Pianos!
Or the weU known manufacture of W. SA83EJJH0FF, Bremen.
For particulars apply to
,rH Ju, F. A. SCUAKFEB a CO.
B. 1 . Br r
rsnsuranrt Cam .
i BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
' qill E L'NllKRSIKNKO. AGENTS OF TIIK
I -M. Ikwiou li.iM ol I mierwriter. notirr Master or tnwll
j , General A venire twrposea, tnont he approved r.y th A rent
of the Boston L'ulerwrer, who rnusl aln he riTeaented rn
all surreya, or such bill will no he allowed.
o-6 ly C. 1S11KWI.H & CO., A rents.
J CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY.
! flMIE rXDKRSIfiXKI). ACKXTS OK TIIK
above Company, hare been aut!inrtl to insure risk on
Cargo, Freight and Treasure,
from Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice versa.
o2fl ly H. HACKFELD Co.
NORTH GERMAN FIRE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF HAMBURG.
'MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
m appointed Aient of the alwive Company for the fand
wich Islands, I now prepared TO ILUfci AGAINST F1KK
upon the most favoral le terms,
Oss Brirk, St.ssr. ssd AV a.ara Si.rra.
And on Merchandise atore.1 therein. Private Pwellinra, Farni
turea, 4e. All Looses adjusted and paid for here with prouipl
itude. For particular apply at the office of
ocHtly THKUP. C. HEUCK, Ascot.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Capital, One Million Frussian Thalers.
riMlE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
m. appointed Agents of the above Company are now ready to
Issne Polities against Bisks of lire, on Balldlups,
Mrrrhnndite nuil Furnilarr.
on term equal to those of othar respectable coniiianlea.
Losse paid for and adjusted here.
For particular apply to
oc5tf II. IIACKFKI.l) h CO., Aifents.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
(Inat itulcl 1803.)
CAPITAL. 8, 00 0,000 IN GOLDS
FfHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
to issue policies on Fire rusks (with or without the aver
aire clause), on Plantation Buildiny and Machinery, Private
Dwelling, Brick. Hone and Wooden Ktore. Merchandise, Coal,
Lumber, Ship io Port, Ac, on the most favorable terms.
07 All loaar-a adjuated and paid lor bcr.0
For particuliirs apply at the ofuce of
WALKER & ALLKN,
aul7 ly Agent for the Hawaiian Island
Fire and Marine Insurance.
fSJIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
m. duly authorised
By the Firemen's Fund Insurance Comp'y.
of San Francisco to write both Fire and Marine risks, are pre
pared to aocepl Insurances on
Dwelliaira, Building., Merchandise, Furni
ture, Wavclx ia Prl, and take
Cargo Bisks, to and from this, and all Foreign Ports,
at the most Favorable Bates.'
ju81y BISHOP A CO.
WAUTTT OT)TTTetT A Vn Ut t'OPl VTTT 1?
OF LONDON AND I2DINIJURGII .
CAPITA L .TTTTT. 2.000.000
Arcuossilnted nnd Invested Fnnd, ,838,118
rfMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN AP
1 POINTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised to Insure apainst Fire upon favorable term.
Kinks taken in any part of the Island oo Wooden Building,
and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling House aud Furni
ture, Timber, Coal, Ship in harbor with or without cargoes or
nnder repair. apo ly K D. It JFFsC U L A KU Kit A CO.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for (be Hawaiian Islands,
f-24 ly C. liBKWKtt At CO.
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
A GENTS for Use Hawaiian Islands,
I. feU ly C. BKKWfcR & CO.
TOT I C E.-M A STE RS OF VESSELS VIS
lf 1T1NG this port in a disabled condition aod Insured in
any ol the Boston and Philadelphia Office must hare their
reports and account duly certified to by a.
feb2t ly C. BREWER It CO.
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
ACCEPTS RISKS AT THE LOWEST
KATES. The clauses in the Policies of thl Company are
specially advantageous. TUEO. H. DA VI ha.
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMP'Y
Issues Fire and Life Policies
ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS. ALL
Claims lor Losses settled with promptitude.
nlS ly THEO. 11. DAVIES, Agent.
F. A. SCHAEFER.
AGENT Bremen Beard of Underwriters,
Agent Dresden Boarsl or Underwriters,
Agent VirnHii Board of Underwriters.
Claim a?ainat Insurance Companies within the Jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will have to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. JaO ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
Appointed Agent of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risk against Fire on Btone and Brick Buildings,
and on Merchandise stored therein, on moat favorable term.
For particular apply at the ottice of
sldly F. A. SCHAEFER 4 CO.
JUST RECEI VED
Il.iiv.iii.iti IJ.u Ia It. C. Wylic !
AND FOR SALE AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE!
sssr Established I858I-SJ
LARGE AND FINE
wm II A V A IV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smolving Tobacco !
Small Lot of Very Fine Cigarettes,
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING AND SMOKING TOBACCO!
IVIcerscliniiiii Pipes !
Cigar Holders, fcc, &c.
H. I. NOLTE.
7 3m Corner Qneen and Nnuann Sis.
VELLCCBED ISLAND HAT
at ONE AND A HALF CENT PER
ociSm . JUDD A LAYTON'S
IIOLLISTER fc Co.
WAIItlAPU IMsATATIO.'V !
II. Cornwell. Pronrirlor.
QUGAR AND MOLASES FROM THIS
T I'UnUtH'Q for sals io Iota Io suit purchasers. Apply Is
n-6 ly UKD. C. BlcLKAN, Agent.
WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
XTKXT DOOR TO LOVE'S STEAM BAKE
S ry, Nuubuu rtreet, F. W. DUNNK.
Beef. Mntton and Veal of tho Best Unalltr.
Also, Bait Pork, Salt Barf, Haerior Pnrk Uuaagcs, alsay
on hand, and rV4d at the Lowest Market Price.
oc& Meats' delivered to all part of th City. ly
HONOLULU STEAM DAKL3Y
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor!,
Dii.ot. mkdumTm) navv bbkad.
M. always on hand and aiadv to order.
Alto, II atrr. Soda jmd Didter Ctackirt,
JENNY LIND CAKKA. Ae,
SHIP BREAD RKBAKED oo the short eat i
FAMILY BREAD, mads of the Best Flour, baked daily and
alwaj on hand.
n. B.Btotry brcjd of thl bkst qualitx
A-IVO STREET. HONOLULU. anlT ly
K. II. BO YD, Proprietor. Hotel Street.
Choicest Meats from finest terds. Poultry, FUli, Vsrvtables
., furtilshed to order. wiUM ly
Fresh Butter. Notice.
IROM AND AFTER THIS DATE, TIIK
utidrrslf ned will fnrnlsh a flret-claaa arttols of
with Butter-milk given free to customers, at FIFTY Ceut )r
pound, delivered every Saturday morning, front llalesuana
Ranch, Walalua, Oahu. KAAlLAL ANDilAttS.
llooololu, Jan. 14, 1S7X-J20-I
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.,
A GENTS FOR THE
WOLEE RICE PLANTATION,
NO. 1 AND NO. 2 RICE FROM T1IUAB0YB
-t. Fiixo M7vl3lo Artlolol
Always on band and for sals by
AllftEK a ACUUNO,
Jul ly Cor per of King and Nwuaoa St.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION !
CHOICE SUGARS. CROP OF 1979, NOW
coining in and for tak, by
ofi ly C. BREWER a CO A genu.
For Bale by
CROP OF 18 7 9
C. JJUZVYF.R 0o
. iVlSAiUIA lltAlili) BJiaBSiaatSiaD
CiAMPBELL tc TURTONs lrrlelors.
J Crop of hugar of superior quality, now sowing In aud
for sale in quantities to suit by
nil if. D. HACKFELD k CO.
CROP OF 1 872 SUGAR 4V MO LASSEN,
o6 3m For Hale by 0. BREWER 4 Co., Agents.
KAUPAKUEA PLANTATION SUGAR
NCW COMING IN,
JND FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
Honolulu, June 1st, 1872.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES CROP 18TO,
coming in, for sale In quantities to ult purrhssars,
Jy 6m By WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
UILO, II. I.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.CROP COMINQ
In and for sale In quantities to suit purchasers by
Jyo em WALKER a ALLEN, AgmU.
Sugar and Molasses Crop 1870
OMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUA NT I
TI Ea to suit purchaser, by
I a . I
j s ttm
W ALKER a ALLEN, Agent.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER.
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE
from the well-known
WAIMEA TANNKRY-C. NOTLEY.
By (si ly) A. 8. CLEOHORN a CO., Agent.
Living Yet, and has been Living
Honolaln the Last Fourteen Years
THE OLD ESTABLISHED
IIOiXOLUIsU SOAP WOK liS I
W. J. RAWLINS, Manufacturer
ALL KINDS OF SOAPS I f -
Bayer of Beef, Mntton and Goat Tallow
And all kinds of Soan Greaae.
Have received ex late arrival from the United Stales and
Europe supplies of the
Cfst tfattrUU In or Line for FlaBBfattirlsj
Ami will coGtinae Io be le receipt of fresh supplies by steam
and sailing vessel, is prepared to give satisfaction to ait
Dealers and Consumer of bis Speciality,
Who wilt favor him with Uielr trad.
X. Ii.All Order a left at the Store of 21. Mclnerny,
Importer and Dealer In Boots aod Shoes, N. B. Corner
of Fort and Merchant Street, will be thank
fully received and promptly
attended to. . ,
XV. J. RAWLINS,
Praetleal Soap Boiler.'
j20 ly Leleo, King BL, liouoluM
ALL, EVERT DAV
IN THR WEEK.
Hoars from 9 i. 91. to 10 P. H..
Up-stalrs. In the Sallora Home.
The second Friday evening of each month reserved tor the
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. 1 .
THE UNDERSIGNED. FROM AND AFTER
this dale, will issue Bills of Exchangs and Letters of
SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK,
LONDON, HAMBURG and BREMEN,
In tarns to salt at lowest rate.
Beat Commercial Paper diseooritrd on toe saost favorable
Cash advances made oo consignment of Island prods Al
tbe rate of interest of 0 ceot. per snnom.
orS tf U- HACKFELD At CO.
A. TUP P.
Kaswslna, S. Kons. Nor. 18, 1872.
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