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FOR SALE !
Halivva Sugar Plantation !
i't:!t nl Kc i. f, 2i:t frvn II J.,ht.
VR4KK CIIrK FOR A (.HOI) l
mtJUl l. tor th cut.r lu.lol tb Ma w Han
tar. eo i I : g of
1 Su M.It, -i:r.
faiB j one r. r iT)r.i BJr f r Cr.!r-.'Gj's
1 Lr io.lr. J 3-4nh In.;
I Ma ti.c n. Osaricg complete-.
1 Trtm f 4 lietthr,
1 Stcata Mr. Fan,
Ao4 all lh orc-otry r) J.r-J to carry oath un.1-rtss.nr
Trllag Oica, Ballack, tatt, iBplrnr Bts.'Xr., If.
' as-! ail otr.cr articies require-! for a Fair PUr.t!.. n.
Th abov Machinery will b s.4J. either wira or w.tV.u:
tb L of th Land, atJ the iiKominj rr p, imit-.l
at eighty mos
for fun particulars, appf r U
J. R WII.LUMS. lialiwa.
Or at J. I. lWrk.TTj oICr:.
mh2! 3m l n..ai-i.
CONSTANTLY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASS0RT1TT OF
SHIP (IIAMEHY L SHIP STOKES.
For Nolo fcy
BOM.C.H v CO.
t-VJUR tiTRAND RTSSIA CORDAGK, ALL
for Cai by BOLl.r.8 A o.
Russia Bolt Bope I
JS ASSORTMENT OF SIZES.
For "ale by BOLLK3 A CO.
Manila Cordage I .
FROM THE BOHTOS FACTORY, ALL
For fate by BOLLfc? A- CO.
,'REXCi: FACTO HI",
For aal by
Chain Cables & Iron Stock Anchors.
oizi:i FROM ISO Lns. TO i.oo LBS,
BLU rn.m 3 ? loch to 1 ft-9 toch.
for Data by
BOLLKS 4- CO.
-"Blocks and Oars!
for dale by
BOLLLd A CO
M. PRIME PORK. IIEEF OF II. HER
l TLEwAKa Packiag.
For tfale by BOLLKd A CO.
2ILOOV PILOT, CASES AND QR. CAKES;
9 PILOT Bcra.t f Medina do.f Crackers, as..rtl.
uFortJby . BuLLU CO.
Lime and Cement
CALIFORNIA LIME, PORTLAND CE-
M ICN T. Catiferai Brick.
,-. rurSaJty BOLL Ed At CO.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
'CRT SUPERIOR O.CALITY. FORfALH
IN vi'Jautttic toduitty , bOLLtd tt Co.
frou crnixo co.s celebrated factokt,
CI tr.S MOCK TL'RTLE - SO CP, CASKS
J fOAST Beef, Cass Bulled Href, Cases K-t Mailon,
..J Muctoa., l'tr Koaat VcaJ. Case Turkey, Case
Chiika, Cae foups, 4c. Ac.
For "ale by B0LLE? CO.
X HALF BARRELS.
Fur sale by
BOLLEd k CO.
A CEXES1L 1SS0BT31E.T OF
Preserved Meats Fruits, Vegetables.
BOLLES A CO.
Tea, Co tf'ec and Sugar.
noR iitc Br
Jt : . BOLLK4 A CO.
- . Paints and Oil.
"..NCLISil BOILED OIL, IS FIVK-CALL,
fldHTJ! LEAL", ....'..
w . wmlE rise;
fc. . . : HID LEAD.
. " ' e- Ac. c
ForFaloby . : 021) . DOUAl-i & C(h
Oiler for Sale
S ii I P C II A M D L 13 It Y
YHALE BOATS AMD BOAT STOCK
IPlonr c3 Bread,
By Steamer from San Francisco,
POTATOES, ONIONS, C,
Do Brand's Bomb Lances,
Perry Davis Painkiller,
Pauloa Salt Works.
HAWAIIAN MESS BEEF !
r rim.PTtV C K E D RV C. BERTLEMAXX. KAUAI,
virry '; JL ana WAURANTKU. For Bal by
A. W. TEIBCK A CO.
IX lOO LB. KEGS.
U. HACEFKLD A CO
PIE FRUITS and PICKLES
Fresh French Olivo Oil !
tec EXTENSIVE ASST. OF OTHER
FOa BALE BY
ab2S U II. HACKFELD Ai CO.
HAVE RECEIVED j
D. C. Murray andJ. W. Seaver
fMSK WEST OF EVI.'L l XD BLACK m.I
' Bl.l k c i.n a.-,
1 k . Gr. y ;u. kikm.
Ail W j4 T '!, j it th itl fr.r wir.l-r.
Fine White Marseilles,
P1i!i an-l Mril Prtwn Linn tr.l:in, ja;t th thing fr
B-.y mi-l ltti' vorKir.r ciolh.
.irit' f.ii, M-t.o', A'.l VV(m1 an.l C'.ttrm Cr.J.rrr.irU.
.-.! '. t' Lr,tn Ca7, 3-t.t' Collars,
A f w 'I i n '.f F:r. Ii: irk .-.:k N'ck Tii,6 H rl 3-4.
A iriir v.rtmfit ilM'i nnl Lat. Bleach-!
ml I iJ.I-tw L--1 Clfn II
SLPERIOR ALL LIXEX
TABLE DAMASK !
&-". an-l 3 all Linen Npkirr from J3 00 to $7 00 pr doirn.
Cot:m, Lin-n, Uorkafurk atvt I'ntiiiik Toa-elf,
Linen and Colton Sheeting !
Cl, 72, ) an t I0 inrhra.
Ijnn an.l Cr-tt'n for filUia hUi.
10-1, 11-4. ar. l 11 1 Wbit Mar-ilI- tiullta,
Wliitc illcrino EShmUels
S-arl-l, Blue, (l.-ern and WhiM BUnketA.
Java C4t.raa,a Cue asrtuieut of I'earl Button.
AX ASSORTMENT OF
SHELF HARDWARE !
J.y.r, L'h-t. Ta l. Box. Cu.boarJ an.l Till Locks,
Puir.r I'n'llorkg, wrought iron, with Spring anj Stetl
FjTiijg Cl. it Lock. 2 K- rrh ami no dapiicates,
Hr A Jackson' Kine haws, li to "S inch. C c anj rip.
?pear tr Jrk)ns File, all t'.z ami kinds 3 to 19 inch.
llarriM.. Bri'llc anl Kollrr BucklK, Hatrt anil Jap'4.
f;tdil KuiRf, 1 1 no" I and Jipanntd, 2 l-!4, 3 ami 3 1-2 in.
r'i'h. ll xil. No. 10 to b'J aiui Urer.
Tnion an, I Wck.I fiirth, ?hre Thread. Handlwl Axel,
Copf T Tark, 1-2 to 1 1-2 inrh, LiKhttjiny Wood Saw,
Cooi'a Tool, Sand Bar-r, f crub Brushes, Iron Tack s.
ALSO, ON HAND:
American aiid F.nrUnh M'hite Irad and Zinc Paint.
Auiericn.) and Bnglivh Bale B'likrd lanseed Oil, Turjientinr,
Limp lil.u k, Yfllw Oi:hrr,-French Yellow, VrnUian Bed,
Kaw an.l Burnt I' tutor, Red I'rj Veruiilliuo, Ac.
Good Assortment of Paints in Oil,
UKNL'INE IMJWNKK'S AND BEYOE'3
o i m no i 1 !
Coj.l. Damar, Cirri and Bright Varnih.
IlAwnilm, C'alrf.'m.i.i, Ch-inirnt. New Vrrk, ' Erasirf, Boston,
Juve, l'are Cat:le and Fancy
Paris. Eagle, 20 and 2 Steel XI and XO
f hr.rrl.-t, .:id. , ttiSf, Frjthes, KiLr-t, Uo:, r., Ac, Ac, Ac.
ILL ORDFRS III.LKI AT LOWEST .1IARKKT
LUMBER, JUMBER !
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE OX HAND AND FOR SALE.
1ST OJEl.9 WEST
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Hot' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
3F. 313 XZ O O JO
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
A X D
noons, rots ami bums !
Nails, Locks, Eutts and Screws,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT.
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint, Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c, &c.
FOR I'LAXTATIOX USB.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOK WHEELWRIGHT AND rLANTATiON CSE
WHITE EASTERN PINE
HOARDS AND BLANKS.
WATT PAPER !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
. irl3 Zm in.
SOLE AND SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
CONSTANTLY ON II A N D AND EOR SA LE.
froj the well-kn .wn
W'AI.MF.A TAX.M'.KY C. XOTLEV,
By (ap4 1r) A. ?. CLKGIIORN ft CO , Arects.
IIIIli:s, SKI.s. TALLOW.
w- THE CXDERMGXED CONTINUE
to ,.ay tr.e h;gt.e.-t tcarkct price lor lry
UiJcf, G.at Skies aal Got Tallow.
mh23 3m C. BREWER A CO.
Cflmmc rcial gbbrrtiscr.
SA TV HI) A V, MA Y 23.
Foreign Sn miliary
P-ri'.-aia Vur. id crgniizir.g in t'tah the
Or-it-r of Knocli," the t rrqiiircmcnt of
which i that c-vtry member ha!l turn all Lis
projrty over to tU- church. The more intelli
gent Mormon are repn-sntol to in reunion
agaTiit the erhrm.
On the last day r-f January the rkies darkened
anJ r-towc.J uron InJia tli" f lein of a rain
fall. It cvmmcr.eerl in Iknnl and Ikhar, ex
trnJins to OuJ.' and the threatened districts of
the corthwrt iTTir-ces. The area of scarcity
i in cr.cqu-nce becoming more clearly defined,
and the reliel rmrtd hotter knwwn to the colo
A nutaber of sal.-xtn-keept n cnraI a hand
and a company of Toealits to viit the church of
the Kev. Sir. Hatfield, in Cincinnati, and sere
na Je the congregation during service, claiming
this jrivilcgi on the ground that they had the
same right to end'-avor to convert Mr. Hatfield
that Mr. Hatticld had to conrert theui. A large
crowd gathered in anticipation of the event, but
the ealoonists finally thought better ol it fll
gave the matter up.
The grain crop this year, eay the Red Bluff
Sf-ntinrl, promise to be the largest ever harvests
in California. Some good judges estimate that
the amount of wheat alone will be forty million
buhhels. Should it reach that large figure, the
Bank of England will Lave to shell out a good
round pum to secure it, and coin will uot be o
ecarce in tbe interior of California pix or eight
A few weeks ago a pretended tisitor told a sad
6tory of the obfeurity and poverty in which
Louis Koruth was dwelling in Turin. A nephew
in Iowa denied the truth of the statement, and
now bis sou writes a statement to show that the
alleged interview and its supposed results were a
complete and malicious fiction. There is no such
Htrect in Turin as the one in which Kossuth is re
ported to be living, and he is not a teacher of
languages. He has enough to live on, and the
only JeMons be gives are these of patriotism and
A sanitary committee sitting upon the tea of
China in the city of London has pronounced it a
teetotal fraud of the most desperate character.
There are in the warehouses of the metropolis no
less than 10,000,000 pounds of tea so utterly
adulterated as to bo unfit for human food. So
passeth away the glory of all earthly tea parties ;
gone is the scandal of our youth ; departed the
cup that cheers, but does not inebriate. The
voice of tho tea-kettle shall sing" no more in the
sacred home of spinsterdom, and the Mr. Quilps
of a coming age may return to their peaceful
dwelling place without the fear of a smattering
of goesipe rejoicicg over their welcome absence.
Grant'! Slcceswr. Occasionally in this unu
sual dearth of political subjects for discussion,
some journal seizes upon tho Presidency, and
endeavors to awaken some interest in the cam
paign of 1870. Protesting that it is rather early
in the day for such discussion, the Chicago
Tribune refers to the mention of Charles Francis
Adams as a desirable candidate, says he has two
qualifications for the position, in being a states
man and a gentleman, and thinks it would be a
pleasure for many people to vote for such u can
didate once before bidding adieu to the world.
It also thinks that " those who are making up
their jewels for 1876 cannot safely leave out of
tbeir reckoning the name of Governor Newton
Booth, of California.'. ,
The London Times has completed a careful
review of the census of 1871 of the British em
pire. There are 23 persons to a square mile in
the empire ; 2G0 in the united kingdom ; 201 m
India, 1.41 in the colonies. It should be observed
however, that in some parts of India the density
of population moro than equals that of England.
The Queen rules over 2"4,7C2,5y3 souLj ; her.
people dwell in 41,112,051 houses; the area of
the lands they inhabit is not Ices than 7,7C'J,440
The annual session of the Grand Lodge of
Good Templars of Massachusetts met in Boston
in March. The annual report shows that tho
whole number of lodges at the annual "ession
dered or had their charter revoked, Is; present
number of lodges, 198 a gain of 3 ; total mem
bership at present, 14,002 a gain of 184 and
the first yearly gain made 6ince 1SG8. The Sec
retary's financial statement shows the total re
ceipts for the year to be $7,088.
One feature of the women's temperance move
ment is the solicitation of physicians to confine
their prescriptions of alcoholic remedies to the
narrowest necessity. An experiment has just
been tried in Bellevuo Hospital, New York, which
may servo as a precedent for those doctors who
arc" desirous of gratifying the ladies without
arousing morbid appetites in their patients. A
man with a crushed foot was successfully braced
up for a surgical examination, not by doses of
whisky, hut by hypodermic injections of the
stimulating fluid. The craving for strong drink
murt indeed be great in any man who would
wish to take it through his skin. Few would
care for five or six " horns " a day if they were
to get them only by being 6tabbed.
That fellow, Arthur Orton, appears to Lave
had some interesting peculiarities, and it ought
to be an easy matter to identify him and dis
tinguish hiu from any ether sample cf the human
species. According to the testimony in the caso
of the " claimant," ho was flat-footed,"' " spny
footed," 4 duck-footed," Lad "large," "broad,"
long," 44 clumpy," 44 awkward " feet. In per
son, he wns" big built," 44 large-limed," " bony,"
44 awkward." 44 burly," 44 broad set," 4 rough
looking," 44 lounging," 44 lazy," '4 slovenly,"
44 hulking," 44 bulloky," 44 stupid," 44 sullen,"
" overgrown, ooori6ii, nig-Donci, 44 raw
boned," 44 gaunt," 44 ill-shaped," 44 strong,"
44 muscular," 44 buffalo-built," etc., etc. A man
that was all this could hardly Lope to be a baro
Sir Lamson Lorraine, commander of the British
man-of-wnr Siobc, was recently expected in New
York. It will be remembered that it was through
the timely arrival of the English commander at
Santiago de Cuba that the lives of several of the
Virginiits prisoners were saved. The Army aad
Navy Club will tender to the distinguished officer
a reception on Lis arrival. At a meeting of the
New York Board of Aldermen, Alderman Van
Schaick moved 44 that a committee of three be
appointed to draft suitable resolutions of welcome
and to eztend the freedom of the city to Sir
Lamson lxrraine, the commander of Her Britan
nic Majesty's frigate I'iobe, who interfered in so
gallant a manner for the protection of the lives of
defenseless American citizens who were captured
on the steamer Viriinius, in Santiago de Cuba."
The resolution was unanimously adopted.
For some time" past we have leen led to believe
that the wonderful revolution which is going on
in the Japanese Empire was in danger at the
Lands of the reactionists. The latest news from
that country shows that the young Emperor is
warmly enlisted on the side of progress. On the
2"Jth of April he broke through the established
customs of centuries and received the wives and
families of tho English, United States and Belgian
Ministers. As a further proof of Lis willingness
to yield to the spirit and requirements of tho ago,
le has given orders that his income shall be
taxed like that of bis subjects. On the whole
Japan is doing well, and under the guidance of
her present enlightened chief, she promises to
take her place at no distant day among the civil
ized nations of the world.
The German Parliament has expressed a strong
- I - - - . v i . i .t,v . t
Tice-eetahlishment of the nrmy as large as the I
i.klM . 1.-1 . 1 . . . I
nivr-criuuiii'iimi.-ijt as ueioru iue wr Avjiii Aus
tria, in 1SG6. Nevertheless, the German Jov
ernment is resolved to carry out its leader's pur
pose. We hear, says the Prtst, of its havinf
ordered from Herr Krupp six steel breech-loading
guns of about 120 tons each, to throw shots ol
the weight of 2.000 pounds, and to be constructed
on the maker's well-known principle. The diffi
culty with such enormous ordnance is that its use
must be local. To remove it from place to place
would be very difficult, but for harbor defen.-e.
for fortresses, and even for sieges (if could onlv
be brought up and placed in position), a huge
Krupp gun must be formidable indeed. Herr
Krufp baa also received a (Jerman order for a
large number steel breech-loading field guns 12
and 9 of pounders. Assuredly, whatever other
powers may do, Germany has no idea of being
unprepared or caught napping.
Tc Ocean Mail Service.
Tbe Sj2ayiALn.ing Jltraldot the 10lh of April,
bis the LiUowicg:
The new MailfServiee continues to derelop its pos
sililitics witbwut fct tbe saae tinie giting us the ac
tual iftiisfictiin cf prf,rniAnce9 to tbe contract. The
list mail that reicbti us through America wa3 taoet
unreasonably detained before it rwchei Sau Fran
c'.ico, aiid that involved a farther delay so far &j
Ne w South Walts is concerned, because the mall
eteaoitr had to go rcun J by New Zealicd to deliver
the mails for that colony. We Late cot as yet, there
fore, hid ft single run without seme tonirtttmpi,
and this has necessarily somewhat tried the public
patience. It has, however, been satisfactorily dem
onstrated that the run from Sn Francisco to Sydney
can be comfortably performed within thirty days by
vessels of moderate sie and power; and with supe
rior vessels it is presumable that a considerable sav
ing on that time may be effected. To make the
service through to England, however, thoroughly
effective, those who are in charge cf the American
and Atlantic transit ut take care to see that there
is no unnecessary delay. It is on that part cf the
rcate more than in the navigation of the Pacific that
time is mot likely to be lost. So far as the passenger
trafiic by the new route is concerned, it U more than
equal to the most sanguine expectations in fact it is
beyond the power of the present line to accomm
date. The great hurry with whieh the present service
was organiied has coinpellel the contractors to
employ such vessel as were promptly available, anl
though as to size and speed they leave nothing to
complain of, their passenger accommodation is very
limited, and there has been no time allowed them ia
port to refit. Travel by this route has therefore not
yet attained the degree of luxury which is desirable,
and which it is confidently hoped will be fully real
ized when the steamers which are being specially
constructed for theservice are placed on the line.
In the proceedings of the Legislative Council,
April 0, we read the following remarks of the Post
Master General of New South Wales :
Mr. Samuel felt aerfectly convinced that the mail
line across the Unifcd States of America would be a
great success whe the new boats now being built
were brought into use; and he fully believed that the
mails from England would be delivered in 42 days.
Our mails were cirried across the Atlantic by the
Cunard line, which, during the year 1872, averaged
10 days for the paaage, while the White Star line
did it in a little ova 0 days on the average. Six
days and 20 hours tas the usual time for conveyance
across the American continent. He felt confident that
the mails would be brought from San Francisco to
thi9 colony in 24 da;s, or, at the most, 23. Allowing
then, for the loss of two days in calling at Honolulu
and Kandavu, this would give 44 days for the whole
time of transit. He was speaking of the permanent
service, and the temporary service would not last
more than nine or ten months. Notwithstanding the
many difficulties attending the inauguration of a
new mail service they had succeeded in delivering
the mails via San Francisco in less time than they
were delivered by a well organized service by way of
Southampton and Suez. He mentioned in reference
to the last mail that two days were lost owing to the
heavy portion having arrived at New York six days
before the last portion. Hitherto the service had been
carried on at every disadvantage at sea, as regarded
the season, but there bad been no obstruction on the
American railway, which was well protected by
snow-sheds. The new steamers now being built
would be equal to a speed of 14 knots, though not
up to that as an average. He believed the San Fran-,
cisco line would be a popular one for passengers.
But he considered that the three different line9 would
be beneficial to all the colonies, and hoped the time
would come when the colonies would join in the sub
sidies, and when Melbourne would be the terminus
of the San Francisco line and Sydney of the Suez
line. -4- -- -
Colonel Forney ox Grant and. the -American
Peot-le. A New York dispatch of Jan. 14th
6ays that John W. Forney, in a lecture last
night, on 44 Public Life," eaid of Grant : 44 He
takes Lis own course and follows Lis own counsel,
and Le seems to think that, having been called to
the Presidency as a reward for his great military
services, ho can do precisely as he pleases, and no
one doubts that Le is doing it. Applauso and
laughter. J The main questions of the day Lave
nearly all been settled. Both parties are uniting
quietly on tbe same general platform, and we are
beginning to realize that there is such a thing as
a great pcoplo prospering without the Govern
ment. The whole plan of adjustment, whether
we consider the war itself, the subsequent dia
bandment of the armies of toth sections, the
emancipation cf the slave, the suffrage of the
colored men, the success of our paper currency,
tLe settlement of our difficulties with England,
the manner in which wo Lave survived the panic
all those are unquestionably the product of the
admirable workings of nur fr ;no;..--
wuta iiio result Gi any etalesmanhke sagacity.
The 44 Rev." I. S. Kallocu. From tho sub
joined extract one would suppose that the Indc
yenJcnt deems politics and religion entirely in
compatible. It says: The notorious 44 Hon."
and 44 Bey." I. S. Kalloch, formerly pastor qf
the Tremont Templo, in Boston, has' gone out of
rolitics, and proposes to. return to the ministry,
lis first sermon was preached to a crowded
audience on tho first Sunday evening or the now
year, in the Baptist church of lwrence, Kansas,
on the text : Iiut as for me, my feet were al
most gone; my 6teps had "well nigh slipped."
His sermon was a vivid portraiture of the condi
tion of one who Lad r.igh lost his religtouB faith
and Lad fallen into evil ways. We aro by no
means unwilling to believo that a man as bad as
Kalloch may repent and reform ; but it strikes
us that tho genuineness of Lis reformation ought
to be attested by years of sober and devoted
Christian living before he returns to the ministry.
Arrival of Chinese Gods. Alluding to the
Chinese idols on board the delayed steamship
China, which met with an accident to Ler ma
chinery and came iuto port working only one
whee, tho San Francisco fiulklin of tho loth
says : 44 Much hilarity provailed ia the Chinese
quarters that the gods Lad been delivered from
the dangers of a passage ncross the seas, in a
barbarian 6hip, and the wails of apprehension
that filled the temple for the mst ten days were
changed to peans of triumph. Arrangements
are in progress -for the solemn ceremonies of in
stallation of the gods as soon as the customs
officers have performed the duty of inspection, to
see that no contraband articles are secreted in
their ugly carcasses. TLe Lideous images will
be set up in time to preside over the delightil
festivities of the Chinese New Year, now near at
The Trichina Association. The reported ap
pearance of the dreaded trichina spiralis among
the western hogs Las created quite a sensation
among the pork dealers of Brooklyn. One firm
which sells 1")0,000 hogs per year, state that they
have not come across a single diseased Log for
years. They buy from the western dealers, prin
cipally from Illinois and Iowa. Another extens
ive dealer in western pork, handles 20,000 Logs
every year, and Las never Lad occasion to return
more than two hogs in ayear, and those were
diseased by reason of Laving Lad the measlos.
44 Pork," said this dealer, 4? is just now higher
than it has been for three years. One year ago
we paid 6jc. for it, now we are giving 8je. 1
rflid Sjc. for what I got this morning. I remem
ber the last excitement about trichina. It was,
I am informed, got up by dealers who thereby
succeeded in bring the price of pork down con
siderably. I wouldn't mind myself if it did come
4own." The Board of Health has instructed the
inspectors to rav particular attention to the sub
ject of trichina spiralis, and the meat inspectors
vill examine all fresh arrivals of pork from the
J . N O TT & CO.,
1UX, COPPER) ZINC AM) SHEET IRON
are prepared to do any and all kinds of work in their line.
of nil lecrlplion matt? to Order.
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD,
Laid on or repaired.
GUTTERS A X I SPOl'TS, and all kinds ot Tin
Vork on Buildings done on short Notice.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
in the above line, whieh they OFF KR AT LOWEST PRICES
together wiih a fine assortment of
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
ficc. &c, &C. j
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTEXOKIl T j
SMALL FAVORS TH A N K KliililiAH EC EI V ED AT j
no8 XO. f KAntAM' STREET. 1
FOR SALE AT BARTOW'S
rJGRKIXS & HOUSE'S
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
SAFETY" LAMPS !
A N I
3T1 i 1 1 i ii o- C a ii .
rjUIISKTUKOM.l AIISOLI THH SAFE
HIP AND HLL1NO CAN K V V. rt M A V V
Thousands f liniille bow mn tliU Lamp tes
tify liu 8jMrUrit er all ther
Lamps in ne, kecaae;
1. It is perfectly safe from explosion,
owing to its scientific structure.
2. It Will not break, being made of metal.
3. It Is rendered perfectly clean by its pateut
4. It uses oiie-third less Oil in proportion to
the light given, without c-lor.
5. It gives a much more brilliant light, and
mere steady thjrfi gas, at one-fifth, the expense.
EXTRA CHIMNEYS AND SHADES
roXSTAXTLV OX IIANP.
J. II. CONEY,
Agent for tho f au.lwich Ilan.l.
AXI FOIL SALE AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE!
Established in 1850.
A LARGE AND FIXE
H AVA IV A
Turkish; Porto Rico
Smoking- Tobacco !
AND A LOT OP -
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES!
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO !
Cigar Holders, fcc, &c.
H. I. NOLTE.
ap4 Stu Corner Qiirrn nnI Nun mm S.
ILd IX 3M B ES M.
OF ALL KINDS, AT
BED ROCK PRICES ! !
In Largo Assortment.
TinepCiVriXK, vai:.isii :
It 1. 1 f lis,
Finest Quality P uuloa Salt,
GOODS DELIVERED IN TOWN
IMC 121 : OP CI I A tlCi 1Z,
and at any Port in the Kingdom as per
Corner of Fort and Queen Sts.
Properties For Sale or Lease j
ATHKCELF.RRAlKIlM (;.tR I.lXIoK
II A K A I. A I". in ti e ri?tni t r.f IMo, Hawaii
The Lind, IL use. Pasture an.l I'r. mise? of A 1" A 1 K E A E,
Kona, Hawaii, eontaioiriz atout 700 a' re
tor particular, apply
W L. UREfcN
A X K W A 1) A K
A FEW OF THE MANY
CASTILE J5lKT15 COOKE'S
.X suoli iPriocs ci&
WILL PAY TO GIVE THEM A GALL I
PAINT 0IL-HubbuckVest Pale Boiled and Kaw;
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC-Hubbnck's Bct in Oil;
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE. RED LEAD AND OCHRE.
CHROME GREEN, BURNT AND RAW UMBERS
PARIS GREEN. VERMILLION.
. BURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE.
Downer's Genuine and Devoo's.
MATCHMS S Card. DAIRY SALT. ('lU SHl'D SU'.AK. I'AKIS PLOWS, with I'.XlliA MLWYY
1JILVMS. i'.XTKA riUM'S. l.KAMS AND IIANDLIX.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and ' Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DH-NIMS,
surEiuoi: r.ixcr rnixrs. j.x:x diu.ls.
FOB THE LADIES ESPECSALP.V !
Cambric and Hamburg Edffin and Insertion. Kenl nnd Imitation Valcnrlonen 1.mt.
ju21 Fine Printed Uiilliants for Children's wear. Ac, Ac, Ac. Ac., Ac. tr
L - ; ' -'
Havo Just Received and Oiler For Sale, a
SPLENDID ASSORTS'? OF NEW GOODS
AT PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES!
A FIiVi: ASSORTilIi:iT or
PERKINS .& HOUSE'S SAFETY LAMPS
mid. CI-IAIVD Ii: Tj T 1 TS S4 !
Prof. W. ii. Clark, President Maenaehusettfl Africulturnl College, nay" fr thoni : They
are 44 perfectly non-explosive, the light ia better than is product by nny other Lamp. 1 believe it to
be true economy in view of the nafety, tho quality and quantity of the light produced, nnd tho
durability of this lamp, to throw away nil other kindn and line thin only."
Kerosene Lanterns, Whale Oil Lanterns, Hurricane Lanterns,
Tuliulnr Kerosene Lanterni, Stable anil Pucur llou Lai.tfi-us,
tflrert Ijiiii, Itnm hii.I filvi-r I'lntml tUuilimt l.uiv 1'iwkel Lantern,
A New and Splendid Assortm't of SHELF HARDWARl
A Fine Lot of Pocket Cutlery, Shears and-Scissors !
A large assortment of Phelf I'jtint, a large amrtn-nt of rnint an.l oilier kind tt Itruli. ii.
Finishing Naila, Ilont Nails, Cut NhiIk, Wrought Nailn, SIk Nail., Home Nnltn,
Wrought Ship Hpikeii, Cut Striken, Hunt's Axes, Ohio rll'Tri Axe,
lJoj'a Axes, Ax llatclii t, fhinRllnif Ilatclietii, Ax Handle,
,' - Ulollien ringer, Mrop Jlingei, T Hine. )lok4 lliiigea.
Wrought ami Cast Iron Itutta, Brass DutU, Boat Kirt-U and W.isln rs,
Plow IlamtlfS ami It. Ring, Paris Plows, AnuV KaKl'- Nv. A, No. 2, ,N(v 20 Plows, ...
M.'d Plows, No. xOoan.l xl, liny Cutters, Ox Vok s,.V heol Harrows anil Canal harrows, -
Masuu's Hoot ami Hio? Illnckin, Army au.l Navy HUrkinK,
Zinc an.l Wood Wash Hoards, Charrnal Irons,
. , . linll Lump Wii k, Kinh Nets ami Twiar,
FilANILA AND NEW ZEALAND GORDAGE !
Downer's Kerosene Oil.
SMALL KF.KOSKNK STOVKS, IIKST KIM).
CARBOLIZED RUBBER HOSE,
, the hest ever imported to this iimrk-t.
We also have on hand and to arrive soon a thouxftn.l and one n .cful artieh-s, too mum-roiis to mention In this liuttll
fpace. All who wish to get GOO I GOODS at reasonuMc prior, t hould giro us a rail hrfor ilswhrr.
II L,I,I N; I! A M X Co., Conrrte Block, No. Hi K t7 King htrect. Honolulu.
NEW GOODS! 1W GOODS!
TTTCT TJTfTTVPn VT? f"M PUIWA
w, -v -
PF.R SHIP irEnRixF. frRF.K N .
UAV WoAAA. -MM W-A-W wfl J-M oVsVIAJA1 J
K sx 1
O i" To ! e l X7 o 1-
RV THE IM)EKSI(;K).
Sugar Mat Bags, Manila Rope,
China White Matting,
China Peanut Oil,
Fire Crackers, Fire Works,
Camphor Wood Trunks,
Ladies Work Boxes.
DRESS SILK, GRASS CLOTH !
Bosf Isij-sliTOl rXV?i !
MPERIOK ItKKAKKAST TEA,
In .'llha. ;.ll.s, lftlh Boxe,
AFONG X AClll'CK.
11 Nuutnu ?t , near King.
11 T I S E M K N 1
J ? f f
THINGS TO BE FOUND
leinl uiul Zini
JEFFREY & CO.'S
EDINBURGH ALE !
j , v ,. , v Ts a N I) i IT A K T S.
! V1'"' ' uuahth ani
t I I J
ti-ruian AI, Key hrand, iii iuarl an I pint,
j 1 1 oIIm ml ii. "ton jujr In l.k-t.,
1 Strong Rum, in barrels ; Alcohol in Tins
! and Uimij .hn.
! ClSir- of l.ff-rfl ii.ililif.
I.I E It f H A C E N M 1 1. II .
iu 8ton i ugs.
KH SALE l:V
n.t.28 if. ACKFELII Av CO.
Columbia River Red Salmon
Of tho Packing of 1873.
F"ll PALI: BY
II. IIACKFEI.H V I'o.
THREE STYLISH BUGGIES
1 '1 :i OKVT-OISf !
OR SA EE 111
C. UKKWKK h CO.
MANILA CIGARS !
SMALL EOT OK THOSK NCPKRIOK
qunlity C1UAHS. just received. These Ci)trs, are like
those we hud alout one year sioce, anil pronounced to lie the
best artirte r-ffereil in this market during the last twenty
year, specially put up for us tttO cigars in a box.
jani For fale by BKl.LKS k CO.
1 VII AC LUW.
I..A.4,JH.J.K (ULU1WJJS )