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VOL, XXI-NO. 10.
HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. SEPTEMBER 2, ISTG.
WHOLE NO. 103S.
'WH a d screot frra the rslea, whir are ft fancl'tit
aJrertisnwemt h-a paid oecbarf! sjaartrr!.
'A A v , far J
Not a lauj'i in heard, net a jcycua Wjle,'" , '
A our frj-nil to the bridal we harri'J ;
Sol a wit dischareM h' tirfwel! hct
At the bar-hekir went to Ik marrted.
V married b!m qui tly to aare bia fright.
Our head from the ai night taming ;
T Aa we atti!u a we Mood hy Ue lamp's dim HsM
' 3 fblrjt heaa ar t more dlaeernin;. ! 4
Tl think that a bachelor, free an.1 bright,
Arvl thy of the es we bin,
PhoaUi there at the altar. In It (hade of nighi.
Re eaaglit la the anare that boaml him.
" f tni tiirii were i it wortl he uti.l, Z
i tih.o cike arnt wine parialdng j i ;
V AtA lie hsritned hnm from thritrefie of ilri.
Vhi!e hit kneea wre awfully shaking
Hlowly and aadly ire mftrrhed him down
From the fl rat to the lowcrrnoat story
t little wcTl lev eae the for ctfri. t ;
' ' Thll went home ftlonA in hi glory.
Not Familiar Exoich. " Can you change
this William for me?".ail a yoirng man who
presented .150 bill 'at -1 the counter of the
GIottcMtcri 5lM8., 'National, Lank recently.
Yea,' ealI the cashier; "but why do you call
it William?" 41 Oh, I'm not familiar enough
with this kind of a thing to call it a Bill,'' was
the quick, reply.
M. T. Conway tells a slightly tough story of
Dean Stanley, to the effect that once on the
way to Westminster Abbey to preach, he put
bia gloves into hia hat. After the service he
paid to his wife, " Somehow the congregation
seemed to gaze upon me to-day with peculiar
interest" while 1 was preaching." "1 do not
wonder," replied Lady Stanley, " for during
your entire sermon your gloves rested on the top
of your head.' -
Tiie Cijcrch Militant. A Methodist parson,
called jto preach in an out-of-the-way town in
California was informed,"bcfore entering the
pulpit, that he must be careful, as many of the
assembled congregation were " roughs," and
woald not hesitate to disturb him if his remarks
'didn't suit. The holy man made no reply, but,
having reached Jhe, desk, he i took from his
- pockets two revolvers, and, placing one on each
p'le of the Bible, gave a sharp glance round the
Imusey and Eaid, Let jib pray.?. Report says
that a more orderly service was never conducted.
Two IIaRTS that Beat as Oxe.- Love scene
. on the banks of the Chattahoochee. They were
sitting together like two ebony images, he
staring vacuity out of countenance and she
i est in"; Lor raven crimps on bis heaving suoulder
Miles awav from hvar." she fundi v mnrmnml.
" whero de bufTomlo rips and ta'rs and frows
dirt, at the settin bub darV whar. we'll go
Gawge." (Jawge's lips "moved not,' neither did
he utter any word, but toe whites of his eyes
repeated, " Dar's whar we'll go.
Cabbage To th Exd. The following is one of
the many anecdotes of the late Madame Cieorge
- Sand from the "Paris press : A visitor, one Mr.
Bakor, had passed a week at her house, and
Jurf?r" stay had insisted on having cabbage
oookeij in nearly every dish placed on the table.
Beins about to leave he begged that he should
not be suffered to depart without a souvenir of
the visit. Madame Sand looked at him with
.surprise; then, inspired with a wicked idea,
called the gardener, Baptiste !' The gardener
hastened to her. "With pleasure,? she said to
Mr. Bakor; then added to the gardener,
Baptiste, one of your finest cabbages for this
gentleman.": ' J ' ' . ; J : , . i'i : v.
Fixed Up. A wild-looking old man with a
contused nose and an ugly looking scratch down
hia left cheek; went into a drug store on Main
street lately' and said to the clerk : 4i I am goin'
ter git Bot up tcr day, cuss mo if I don't,
(iimnie eomethin' that'll make me ugly as Satan
whiskey, kerosene, anything, so 's I can git np
courage enough to pertcct myself from my wife.
Great Scott! I'd like ter chaw giant powder,
rend-rock powder, dynamite, , or. suthiaV-' I'd
like ter be as strong as a steam ingine, and I'd
make things different in my house ! She's wus'n
a pirit." The, polite clerk said : " Will you
take your oath that you'll never tell if I give
you something strong enough to rend the ram
parts of the world?". The old man bowed his
head Jand . solemnly " made the promfe " The
clerk then gave him a glass of plain soda, and
the man went out to chaw up things.
Chanced iiis Mind. He laid four dimes and
a quart bottle on the counter and Informed the
bar-keeper that. f he- "wanted a bottlo; of fine
whisky. ""None of ycr dog-goned rotgut for
me," he said, " I want the jinnywine article,
Rithln' that will revive the recollections of '49
inter this noble brea6t; suthin' what'a got age
to it." But when the bar-keeper told him that
whisky of that quality was worth $2 a bottle,
he said he wasn't a bit particular f that he didn't
go much on style nohow, and that he would go
to a house where the bar-keeper didn't wear
diamonds and mistake every customer for the
owner of the Manhattan mill. " When it comes
right down to it," he said, 44 there ain't much
difference in whisky ; some's a little better than
the other,, but it's all good, and it's only a
question of-time 'and a matter of tash; at best.'
Over at Virginia City the extreme heat is pro
ducing strange effects, as is shown by an incident
narrated in the Chronicle of that lively camp :
Sun-stroke?" replied the Judge inquisitively.
'4Yes, sir, the regular New l'ork variety,"
rejoined the man, with desperate politeness.
You've been struck a good deal in your time,
I -believe?' 44 Yesf- but this last was? rJfost
severe.', t,4DoeSi. asin-atroko make - yon-rush
through the streets offering to fight the town ?"
44 Always, sir ; that's the effect precisely."
"And makes you throw bricks at people?"
"That's it, Judge. I seeyou understand the
symptoms and agree with the best recognized
authorities, who hold that it inflames the organs
of jombativenees and destructiveness. When a.
man ofT my temperament once gets a good square
sun-stroke he's liable to do almost any thing."
Yes, you are quite right liable to go to jail
for fifteen days ; you'll go down with the police
man at once," and the poor unfortunate victim
of heat was led unresistingly away.
A Toccnrxc Tale. lie was a seedy-looking
individual,"" and as he " stood upon tne corner
gazing wistfully at the ' disappearing form of a
news boy who had just picked up a good sized
6tump and was making off with the prize, there
waa a vague aspect of despair " in his attitude
which was very tonching. ; Perhaps it waa tbk
which attracted the attention of a mild-looking
party , who . was passing by, and perhaps it was
something else; but however this may be, the
mild-looking party stopped, and gazing at the
solitary figure, addressed it thus :
" Old man, wouldn't you like to bare a drink
this morning?" 4 -
" You've read me as accurately as though my
thoughts were printed on an open page," replied
the Jsolitary, taking his quid from his mouth
and passing a dilapidated coat sleeve over his
lips. wr- x -
" I- thbaght 60," murmured the mild-looking
party, while a tear trickled down his cheek ;
" but ! "conquer the ' desire.'; "Fight it as you
would a legion of devils, for drink has ruined
many ft man who had a more expansive forehead
than you've got." t ; ,
And then the mild-look,ing party continued on
his 'way, and the Solitary gazed dreamily into
space anfTcommiined with hirawlf.
EICHAED F. BICKERTON,
TTOBXEV AXDCOl XSEhOR AT LAW.
Will atfnd tne Term of Court on the other Iland.
Mnney to leni on Jlortsaye of frcehol!. TT OFFICE, Xo.
21 Merchant Ptreet, t'p stair, over Ir. ?tanfeowaU s.
DILLINGHAM & CO,,;
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IX If ARP
Cutlery, Iry flood. Paints and Oils, and General
s.'i No. 05 King &lret, Honolulu. ly
HYM AN BROTHERS,
r M PORTERS,AVIIOlESAI,R AND RET A 1 1
1 IIKAlKK 1
Pry O-hM. Clothinff, Hat- Furnishing Oorj, Ladies' and
uems ooois kixi nfioi a m aiisrc muions, r- s
Cspt.Pnow's IJuildin". Ho. 0 Merchant SU Honolulu. ap29 ly
TfMPORTER AND DEADER IX HOOTS.
Ja, Jhoe. rme ciouung, muouiuj
Corner of Fart and Merchant St. ap22 lyyjlnolglii J;
WILDER & CO.,
SUCCESSORS TO DOWSET t St CO.
. - . Curuer Fort and Queen 8ts.
Dealers In Lumber. Paints, Oil, Nails, Salt, and BuiWinK
a,,ii Materials, of every kind. . ir-
THEO. H. DAVIES.
(Late Janion, Green & Co.)
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT. AOEST OB
Lloyds' and the Liverpool Underwriters, Northern Assurance
Company, and British and Foreign Manae Insurance ,
mlS Fire Proof Buihlings, Kaahumanu and Queen Sts. ly
, C. H. DICKEY, ,
ATTORN El AT LAW,
Airent to receive acknowledgements of Labor Contracts for
the District of Makawao.
tr:ii kma.Iaa M4n! nnlv.
Blank Labor Contracts, approved form, and Stamped Paper
ennstantlv on hand.
inr Residence, Halkn, Mam.
. CASTLE & COOKE,
MPORTERB AND DEALERS IN OEN
SniPPlNQ AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS..
9 No. 80 King Street, Honolulu, n. I. ly
B0LLES & CO.,
Importers and Dealers in General Merchandise, Queen Street
Aeents lor the Kaunakakai, Maunaiua ana
re 19 W orks.
TR)Jl "e. g. hitchcoqk,: .
TTORNEY AT L.AW,
' Bills promptly collected.
a TTORNET AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
.W. i r .. tnr tnkin? Acknowledg
ments of Instruments ror tne isiana oi yauu.
No. 8 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu, II. 1.
C. S. BARTOW,
A UCTIONEER, SALESROOM ON G;UEEN
J. feo Street, foot of Kaahumanu. l
' F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER-
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands. W?9
EDWARD T. 0'HALLORAN, '
ttdRVEV AND SOLICITOR. IS AU-
A TUORIZED to lend fro fJOO to $10,000 on Mortgage of
Freebolds, at lowest rates of Interest. XT Agents m London,
and in an pans oi umu.. ui.,.iMon'
ctrii Vnrt street, fonnosite Mr. Ira Ktenawaon s
VA C -VB V r -
Store) Honolulu. '
CONFECTIONER. NO. 49 HOTEL ST.,
n?xt door to C. E. Wiiliams, Honolulu. de-J
W. G. IRWIN & Co., -
OM M ISSIOXMERCHAXTS.
llonolulu, II. Ij t'y
BROWN & CO.,
A-Kn DEALERS IN
I ""rT, SWfViTa it WHOI.KSALK.
THOS. G. THRUM,
CJTATIONER. NEWS DEALER AND
IS BOOK BINDF.K, Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
H. HACKFELD & Co.
ENER AL COMMISSION AGENTS.
a S. OLKOHOBX.
JSO. S. SMITHIES.
Wf. A. S. OLEGHORiN & Ov.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE AND
RETAIL DEALERS IN
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Sts., , ,, c.
o9 ly ; Nuuanu St., and Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
hTe. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
ROCERV, FEED STORE AND BAKERY.
Corner or King ana ort sirceis,
na , Honolulu, U. I.
CHULAN & CO., ' '
M PORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN
. . OHIXA GOODS
Of all descriptions, and In all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Rice.
oi ' ' f ' - yunapa Street, Honolulii. W
ALLEN & STACKPOLE,
IVIIiIi COXTISL'E TI1K W r. IV A a-
W MtRPHANDlSE and SHIPPING BUSINESS at the
above port, where they are prepared to furnish the justly cele
brated Kawaihae Potatoes, and such other recruits as are
required by whale ships, at the shortest notice and on the
most reasonable terms. (au23 ly)
:V- - ' M; McINERNY, ' -
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
lQ. Boot. Shoes. Hats. Caps, Jewelryt Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Goods. 3 Benkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
always on haad. ' :
N. E. Coasea of roar asn juebcbast emisi. jaia ly
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF C. ENTS CLO
THING, HATS, BOOTS AND SflOES.&c.. also Ladies
Fancy Goods, Hats, Gaiters, etc.. No. 17 Nnumu Street,
o21y njnolalu, U. I.
' M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DE A L
ers in Fashionable Clothing, Hatj, Caps, Kmts and Sh es,
and every variety of Gentlemen's Superior Put aisbing Goods
Store formerly occupied by W. A. Aldr'ch, Makee's
no SO " Block, Queen Street. ly
BISHOP & CO., BA1W833RS,
HONOLULU, HAWAIIA!. ISLANDS.
DRAW EXCHANGE 0?I
THr: BWK OF ( ALIFORMi, SA TRtXIMO,
asn THRia aossTs is .
New York. .
TIIE. ORIENTAL BANK (ORrORlTIOX. LONDON,
T ' T 'i ' " " .
aSD THEIR BRaSCHES IN
t ' ' s " ' ' Melbonrne.
And Tr.nisct a General Banking BuMnes. - ap23 ly
LEWERS k DICKSON,
RAhF.RS IN LUMBER AND BI ILD1XC
Material. Fort Street.
ALEX. J. C ARTWRIGHT
C COMMISSION MERCHANT AND EN
1 ERAL SQIPPINQ AQF.NT,
Hinoluln, Hawaiian Islands ' aal2 ly
T-t rp TVPyPCTArM St CIO
MPORTERS t COMMISSION AGENTS,
jy221 Queen St next to the Office of J. I. Dowsett, Esq. ll-
D. N. FLITNER,
CiOXTINCES IIISOI.DBL'SINESSIX TIIE
J Fire-proof building, Kaahumanu Street,
Chronometers rated by observations or the son and start,
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particularattentionifivento
I flna watch repairing.' Sextaat aod, quadrant I '
glasses silvered and adjusted.' Charts and
nautical instruments constantly on
jv22 hand aad for sale. , - ly
CHAS. m. C00EE,
HONOLULU, H. I.
FISCHER & ROTH,
TAILORS, 38 FORT ST.j
Honolulu, II. I. ly
WING CH0NG TAI & CO.,
HONOLULU BAKERY. CORNEli OF
my6 King and Maunskea Streets. ly
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. m13 ly
A. W. PEIRCE & CO.,, ,
t: Successors to C.1 L. ' Richards d- (&)
CHIP CHANDLERS A I l uiji.ri.Aii LVV
E. P. ADAMS,
AU CT ION K KM. ASUCUJi.uisaiu.i . r.
. ...... :.ut.
Queen street, uonoiuiu, ia. a. j
j J. PORTER GREEJJ, a . ; .
' . . wr ' i- nr no I T f A '
Attorn Kk ai
OFFICE, next door to Dr, H. Stanetenwald, Merchant st.
r a friel " w t-1"-
FRIEL & LAINE,
GROCERS AM) I'ltU iMtn sr..m .r.
Family Grocery and Feed Store, p
53 Fort Street, ll oooiuiik
AFONG & ACHUCK,
I MPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
noaler in General MerchandiKe Fire-proof Store, Nuua-
i . - Ja iy
M. P. ROBISStlS.
S. C. ALI.EV.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDING MATF.RI ALS,
Paints, Oil, Nails, &c, 4e.
aCEXT3 FOB S64IOONKB3 ,
PAUAHI, ACTIVE, MARY ELLEN, F. QUEEN, CILAMA
4le4) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (ly
E. 0. HALL & S0N,
MPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARD
WARE, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, aad General Merchandise.
Yio20 Corner Fort and King Sts. ly
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
ers in Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnishing and
Fancy Goods. (no20 ly) No. 11 Kaahumanu St. Honolulu.
- S. MAGNIN, - -
NO. 54 Fort Sreet, Odd Fellow Hall.
General Merchandise, Fancy Dry Goods, Gentlemen's
Furnishing Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c, &c.
C. R. MOFFITT, M. D.'
BURGEON, LATE U, S. A.
Office in Wailuku, Maui.
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer. Importer and Dealer in
IT" UH NITUnE!
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Furniture Ware Room on Fort street ; Workshop ut
the old stand, notel street, near Fort.
N. B. Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
MICUAFL I EWl?.. r. 3. BROWS
LEWIS & BROWN,
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu. "
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID ,Tll
Horse-Shoeing fit Carriage Work
J. II. WICKE,
91 Kins Street, 01
Betweeu Fort aud Bethel Streets.
Furniture of all descriptions made and repaired at reason,
able rates. Good workmanship guaranteed. ap29 ly
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
SO. 5 NUUANTJ STREET, - -
. . -
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
im, uri iron & topprrwarf : j
Keip Cosstasilt os Hi-n
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TINWARE!
Galvaulrd Iron and Lead Pipe,
ludiA Raabf r Ilof, f., fcr.
J. H. BSrSS. H. ORI BF.
J. H. BRUNS & CO.,
BEG LEAVE TO XOTIFY TIIE PUBLIC
that they have purchased the entire stock in trade of
the late James L. Lewi, and that they will continue to carry
on the Business of
jPl Coopering and Gauging,
U No. 32 Fori Street.
II 'here ihr,j tciU be fond Prepared Extent? a'l
. Orders in their tine. '
Casks, Kerosene 'Oil Containers
FOR TALLOW, Etc., Etc., ALWAYS OX HAND.
.. Jul ly -
SHIP &, GENERAL BLACKSMITH !
Shop on Jndd Whnrf.
Next to Captain Oat's Sail-Loft. Honolulu.- II. I.
done, and i
AU kinds of Blacksmith Work
For Ship or Shore on reasonable terms and with dispatch.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
BEST 33 A. XI X XI " "tNT S
A Nut, Washers, 4e ,
Al ibe Lowest Mnrkei Rnie. (ly
XO. to IORT STREET.
mitt at:m-1 to V ''i-fieri iu .the fS
. a . I
I.Ofk, U N i. LI.M.iilL KITtm I I Mi
ne win jnve special aunti m ck-anins, r'pnins and n?-
' i uIatintPewinMachinei,R.1sVMith"'rl.-!?v!sPf Lfjrht Machinery
J and Metal Workof everyile"r:ptirn, Blacliasailfclag, c
AL50. ON HAND AM FOR SI.E CHEAP.
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
dan, PNtoU, Shot. tmaiBDiliiiM.
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, Ac, Ac.
Swing Machine Tuckers, P.inlrr. an.1 all othrr extia and
duplicate parts of Machine su-(lh-J on short ii';. e
XT Bt Machine Twist, jcj
COLS aTs.T IS THI.-I XISODOM FOR
The Celebrated Florence Sewing Machines.
' aul-2 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Mills, Boih-r, Cvi!-r. Ir.in. Brans and Lead
Machinery of Every Description made
Particular Attention j(. Ship's Ti!h tmithln'j.
XT Job Work executed on the shortest notice, auli ly
P. D ALTON,
Saddle and Harness .linker,
A.VO STREET, HOKOI.ULU.
Harness, Saddle & Shoe Leath-1
f r, Constanlly on llaud.
Orders from the other Island ikmmplly attended to. aul2 ly
raaroi aud fArriage Coildfr, .1 and a Klo:M.,
Honolulu. (ja29 ly) Island or.lers promptly exeratnl.
Practical House and Sign Painter,
GRAINING, GILDING and GLAZING.
; . PAPER HANGING, ftc, Ac.
jy2i No. 45 Fort St., two doors above Hotel. Cm
M. T. DONNELL,
Cabinet Maker, Turner, French Polisher
And TJiictortnlLor :
No. 31 Hotel Street, : t t
HMlnln, II. I.
CHRIS. GERTZ, CABINET MAKER
; rw UKUX 1 11
; VI of Honolulu,
BEGS TO ANNOUNCE TO TUE PUBLIC
that he hai purchased the stock and bus
Fischer, Hotel Ptroet, nextdoor to Strchi s
, W i.K-.sofWm.
! ' 1 Vrax Store, I
and that in fntore the bnines will be
! CO. solicits a fair share of the public patronage, aud
; promises his patrons civility, attentioa and good quality for
; their money. - ju3 5m
Kaahumanu St., n. I., opposite Godfrey Rhodes,
ap'ia 1 v
CARPENTER AND JOINER.
XT WORK DONE PROMPTLliXI
Shop on Fort Street, Esplanade, opposite Hopper's Barrel
Factory. ap23 6m
Manufacturing Jeweler. I
miri? ri -ar r! r emvrn rnuutMH v with I
1 &lr. Kckart. bea-s to inform citiaen of Honolulu and the I
public .generally, that be has taken the store on Fort Street,
opposite Odd Fellows nail, (formerly occupied by Thos. Tan-
natt,) where he will give special attention to the manufacturing j
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry. i
Particular attention given to Shell and Kukui Work.
07 Will guarantee satisfaction in all hi work. X
Honolulu, Nov. 27th, 1875. (no27) WM. M. WENNER.
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!J. M. OAT & Co., Sailmakers.
OLD CUSTOM HOUSE, FIRE-PROOF BUILDING.
On the Wharf, Foot of Nuunu Street. Hono
lulu, II. I.
Sails made in the Best Style and Fitted
with Galvanized Clues and Thimbles. .
Flaa of all description) made and repaired.
- Thankful for past patronage, we are. prepared te- execute all
orders in our liue, with dispatch and in a satisfactory manner.
mhi ly ,
P. H. TRIPP,
Saddle and Harness Maker,
Fort and Kins eitroots.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
STOCK lately ordered frcm London by the late
E. O. Adderly, the subscriber is prepared to
Mannlnclarr nil Ariicle in hi Lime frith
jaS Nealneas.nnd Di.paieh. ly
SEVERAL VERY DESIRABLE
CENTRALLY LOCATED ,
BUILDI NG LOTS,
SUITABLE FOR FAMILY RESIDENCE
Convenient COTTAGE in good repair. &c.
TO LET OR LEASE !
The Large Premises No. 22 Alakea St.,
For a number of years, on reasonable term to a ood tenant.
. For further particular enquire of
jy29 Hm JAMB" S. LEMON.
b.z u -I r
f i3 M
,nsunnur (Tar? 5.
Boston Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS for Ike llawiina l.laad.,
mhT lr C. BRKH FK k Cv'
Philadelphia Board of Underwriters !
AGENTS rr Ike llanaiia Ila4,
lr '. PRrW fK A "0.
TOTI('K.-M ASTERN OK VESSELS VI
al ITIXii this port in a diasMed romlui.m aivl ir.nr4 in
nr rl the Bston an I PuU.vl. Ipl.U Ooicii mut hire their
report and axourt dolv certified l.v n.
mJlj , ' C. HKKVt :K A:
NORTH BRITISH, AND MERCANTILE
LONDON AND KDINIU ItC II.
CAPITA L.... ; 2.000.000 j
.irrHWMlatM ana lamlra Kaad. Z.S38.I 18
'MIE 1 XDF.RSKiXEO HAVE KEEN AP
M. PuINTLU AGkiNTStor the Sandwich Inlands, and are
uthorifd to Insure against Fire upon favoraMe term.
Risks taken in any part of the Inlands on Wooden Buildings,
and .Merchandise stored therein, Dwelling Houses and Furni
ture, Timber, Cals, Ships in harbor with or without carjroes or
under repair. , . ap ly KD. lOtFULALUKR A CO.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Agent -for the Hawaiian Islands,
Jiin.IL LIFE lSlll.l(EI())ll,.ll
OF NEW YORK.
Economical . Life Ins., Co.
IN THE WORLD !
! NOW is a Good Time tO IilSlire,
0l' KI T riKSIM'L.tSS KISKs T.tkKN
apl - OFFICE WITH WILDER A; C
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
OP BOSTON, MASS.
Iiicorpo x en. t o d, X O 3 O .
The 0l7nt Pttreiy Mutual Lie Iinraicr
Co.. in the UnM States.
Policies issued on the most favorable terms.
EXAMPLE OF XOA-rORFEITI RE PH,
I ii n red Age, 33 VrnraOrdluary Life-Plan
One Annual premium continues P.ili. v t rnn a
-Two Annual premium continues Policy 4 years 12 days
Assets, $410,300,000 J
t ' ' .
l.omHen Pnid lb rough HouoIhIm Agtnry
'' ' 19,000!
CASTLE k COpKE, AGENTS
Ql ' FORJ'HE HAW'N ISLANDS. jy
F. A. SCHAEFER,
A G EXT Ureu.ru Board of Underwriters,
-Ageut Dresden Board af Underwriter,
Ageal Vienna Ronrd Of I'adrrwrlters,
Claims against Insurance Companies within the jurisdiction
of the above Boards of Underwriters, will hare to be certified
to by the Agent to make them valid. ... jalily .
THE BRITISH AND FOREIGN
j MARINE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
(LIMITED,) . '
ACCEPTS RISKS AT TIIE LOWEST
RATES. The clauses in the Policies of this Company are
! specially advantageous . THEO. H. DAYIKft,
THE NORTHERN ASSURANCE COMFY
win I lr aad Lire VtU s
ON TIIE MOST-LIU ERAL TERMS. ALL
Claimi for Losses settled with promptitude. ;
BOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. I
i 'DUE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF TIIE ,
JL Boston Board of Underwriters, notify Masters of Vessel 1
and others that all bills for Repairs on Vessels, and all bills !
j for General Average purposes, must be approved by the Agent i
of the Boston Underwriters, who must also be represented on
, all surveys, or such bills will not be allowed.
ly C. BREWER b CO., Agents.
j CALIFORNIA INSURANCE COMPANY, i
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS OF THE
above Company, have been authorized to insure ricks on
Cargo, Freight and Treasures I
Trom Honolulu to all ports of the world, and vice ver'a.
n6 ly . ' - H. HACKFELD k Co.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
n of Hamburg.
; Capital, One MiUion Prussian Thalers.
'I1I1E UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
! m. appointed Agents of the above Company are now ready to
; lRf Politics against Risks of Tirr, oa Calldlnrs
Mrrrhaadine and Furniture,
; on terms eual to those of other respectaMeompani'.
abases ram V't anil adjusted Here.
ror particulars apply U.
olotf II. n.ACKFELD CO., Ajrnts.
. ii AMiiuiu;ii-imi;.Mi;N
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
' raMIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
ML Appointed Agents of the above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire on fcfme and Brick Buildings
and on Merchandise stored therein, on most favorable terras.
For particulars apply at the oflice of
' ' ' F. A. SCHAEFER 4- CO.
union" insurance comfy
OF SAN FRANCISCO,,
i 3VX -A. jFt I 2NJ XZ3 . ISCORIORATED, 1S.
CASTLE & COOKE, Agents
oily FOR TIIE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
' rfMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BECOME
m. Proprietor of this.
Is now prepared to execute all order In his line with neat
; nes and dispatch.
He would alo sny that he has securl fie service of tie
i former employee of the Launary, which will be s,n additional
1 snat.inty that .
The Work will be Thoroughly Done !
i And no eCfort on his pnrt will be "fared to bring tba Lautdry
i in favor wi;h tha pu' lii? generally. . XT Terms moderate.
jaS JAMES RENTON.
Russian Caviar and Roedreu
jal tr '. T TIIE HOI EL. '
auuu.i preiuiuiu coiuinues 1'oney u years Si days
Jour Arma-.it premium continues Policy 8 years 48 days
Five Annual premium continues Policy 10 years 55 davs
M AlVAIt AN SOAP WORKS
ii it i: v v o . ,
Manufacturers and Dealers
IM. ALL KINDS OF SOAPS!
' l.rlro, Kiiiie Mrrrl, ltonolulu.
Beef, Mutton and Goat Tallow Wanted I
Ordrra Lrll al Irn RlrbaraM! 1U aatl
Saa Kiorr will snrei ih arw..t
at'li Allradaarr. . ly
"I ! V'X liot3 u p.iipld as f Bidding jrt
, '"!! !1 U aJJt
ilia tjsiujnj u uiJjjd ! pus 'iovW lno, put unji
'JIJJ snot puratuo put laau t ao..dud m,
( rU'J M'J3q)o .ta.i) lmiri 'tXsiKing -lima
s(pm. HA-sitWjnix pns fijrx JJS JipK
0 witujnj - a. 'aqjaa 'fltuf 4i j u
XS-1.VL4 3IIX KOIM KXV'.IK MHOII..J
ROIai'JJOlU 'lUTIVJa II
WAILUKU PLANTATION J
w For tt'.t by
f. i 3iu
C R O P OK I sill
V. IIUKWFU 4 Ca.,
IIO(l,lMl MAI WOISliS!
Xj o 1 o o .
nr J. RAWLINS. MAMFACTIRFR
ALL KINDS OF SOAPSI
I and Buyer of Her, Mutton and Goat Tallow, an1 all
kinds or Soap Greare. (y
KAliPAKt'IM PLANTATION SULAK
XCW COMING IN,
Xl) FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT
Honolulu, June 1st, 1374.
iMKi:i:it .iiiiai., i,aiiiia.
i CAZtVH.Siltt' f TI'RTOX, Pr.arlrlat
! l rrP iar of suM-riir 'juality.now com in in a
for sale in quantities to suit .y
II. lIACKFFI.Uit CO.
WAIIi AIM! IMi.lATATIO !
II. Carnwrll, Praaririar.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
Plantation ft sale in lots to suit furchaaen. Am.l in
GF.O. C. McLKAN, Aceol.
CiROP OF ISTO-SUGAR V MOLASSES,
J oly For Pale by C. liRKWKK Co., Agent.
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Hum. Fed Turkey.
htlNQ STREET, HONOLULU. n.
y WASHINGTON MEAT MARKET!
G . W A . I.ER,
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY !
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor!,
Iiii.oT, mediumTnd navy brrad.
always on hand and made to order.
Alio, Mater, Soda and Latter CrackrrM,
JENNY LIND CAKES. 4c.
SHIP BREAD REDAKED on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked daily and
always on hand.
y. R. BROWN II R Kil) OF TIIE REST QUALITY
r i r I r'll i rs
Conee and Billiard Saloon
ESTABLISIHED IN 1858,
OFFERS FOR SALE A HK A.-7lRTMENT OF
Light and Hard Piessed
NATURAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And a Large Aaortinen'. of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobicco Pouches, Pipe St-m. .
.mer ami Horn JI'voth Piece,
Pipe Buttons, Cijaretta P-r, eic, ete.
II. J. NOLTE,
Ctrner of Ci J-eo aad Nunaou St.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
"'-i-i-.i-v ' JL 4--'
rvM'E PROPRIETOR WILL SPARK NO
M pains to rcaks this
EtiEO A1NTT rXOTEZi
Pirst-Class in Every Particular !
ROOMS CAN BE U AD BY TUE M(.IIT OR WEEK !
with or wlihont board.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
J1 PUBLIC MEETINGS, OR SOCIETIES- ly
.Jotti jit 3WtrtlstnjRtf.'
I TH? GRAND ?&cmo H0TEL !
J0. B. M IKE 4 to., rtvjtrirUr.
' m-m- THE HOI DC COYICRHONB CNTIMl;
: i ' I I Vtark, han( a troel- olfc. mml aad ret f
I oreriuaieet. ll u adm:rabry mraed n taaeiia.
; - i venliea of g oeatai i lbrwfcry anui ta tao
; aiUi aU Mtrra) imprawrwiema. tiwr Im, Ikaot
' lawmen! to ronf. m undrtkud with l-ur tnche ef eewenl.
j w.W-ti. a Uk oifcer .'e-gnanla, render, m-rank-tlly I IIF.
t immr. ii. iii ii.tii. t. jwriw-t, .m ta. a
fceui reAirea wUaj Ifa. arfdrtina u4 r4rfM IsmUan a
111. service, table,' an.1 Mhrr acfinialiions 0li
me te an got.) will be anatiaiae4 laity M the kirk)
Maa4 of their rJerir, and vaaal t any kmw. la Oil
ur aoy ether eouaary t but the raxwnr. bav. ecV4 l
meet Ik. hwl etpectaUiina ef lh. wMte ta the.. Iim .4
nanctal irpreio by granaMtaf ttce at taw 1 a ta
$40 per dav, arranling te the titration af Ike reuma eerwp.!.
Cbicaro. IU . rrUu-ry. !: oihll j
A. P. EVERETT.
Forwarding & Coninikvf ou Mfrrlmnl
0 FRONT PTE EFT, COHXF.R CLAY,
AN FRANCISCO. ' 4 '
Partirutar attention paid ta Cotnlgnwieuts of .!ii,l Pr.ilure
r. t ...., If
WILLIAMS, BLANCnARD & CO.,
Shipping & CottnulUn Mrrclmnh,
No.2 IS California wireri,
" , AW FRANCIKtl.
- i i ,
i . .
FOR SALE LOW DY
. ; C. BREWER A CO.
C. BREWER & CO.
Half Rrrfltrw laolm of Ifcf Fallal lr
i , TO .
ARRIVE PER SHIP SYREN
From Boston, dut in September. '
Refined Iron round, flat and tiro, .
Hoop Iron for barrel and keg, 3-4, 7-fJ, 1, 1 j,
Coppering Naila, 1 1-8, 1 1-4, 1 1-2,
LVdar float Boar J,
"Wlialo Boats !
Oil Shook", ftMork-d aiac;
Xcw Kedford Whale Line, Culling I'nlU,
New Ilcilford Cordage, nM In 4 1-2 In.
New ISodford Sf unjnro, ',Ss,-
Ook Tlank nnd Timber,
Yellow Metal Sheathing, 1C ty 20 or.
Mineral Paint, Coach ami Dnmnr Varnish,
llolled and Haw Linar-cd Oil,
Cotton Duck, (Lawrcncei brand) No. 1 to 10,
liaTcns Diif k, Oakum,
CARD IYIATGHQS !
liiirlnp. 40 In, citm liwiff;
Ci. Tobacco, for Northern Trade,
; Two Iron Bafea,
Choice Lot of GROCERIES !
v. . on6Uti.no or .
Corn Search, .Salt, 4 JJarrcU Hear Pork,
Potted Meat, libitcr, Clama, -Tomato
Ketchup, Mackerel, Tomator.
Com, Pcaa, Imnn Sjrup,.
Mock Turtl) and Tomato np,
FIE ASST.OF AHERiaS DRY GOODS
- Amosef bimI Pearl fclver Penlm. t
Prows Drilling, Ulue Drlllinf , '
Bieai bed Coflon, flre iiahly,
A Few Cases of American Prints !
tirv cnoicr. rTri.r.
llotn. Pitch, Tsr,
An Abf Oars, I Old 22 ft. f " "
CitKalTs, Sd 14 4W
llatiuU Metal, Utr,
As llamlles, Os Rows( I J I 2 in.
42 Inch Dlackemlth8' Hollow !
" ' Fairbanks ftcalea, Rabbet Packlnf,
HUNT'S AXES & IIATCITETS,
Wire feives, Cuojiert' Rivet,
Pine Barrels and Keg Shoolrs.
5 O O C--A. S 33 S
Downer's Standard Oil !
A a Invoice of the Celebrated MrMarra)' rili Ov-
ters, 1 poand and 9 poavn.!.
Uni nett' Flavoring Citracta,
XT All of the alv. UI be nrd tt Pal. ! Arrive ii
Jv-jc c. DR EWER & CO.
TO wool, ciunvi.its.
TIIE ITNDERIIONKD CONTINI'E
Ajk La a TuT - - - a, O arrna J oLMatai naT I awvM laa a n
v vmj n v"w m -' v wvtw w-irawiii
. market thai hiring rarUcalarly oeatnxl u make
6&T Sa O. laKWXR A CO.
A NEW TOP EUQOY FOR SALE
nnirE.oxr hitndred avoukvrktv
M, flit lHLLARf.
OILUKOOAM k CO'.