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Shipping & Commission Merchants,
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THOMAS G. SNOW.
57 CaaacrcUl Street, Rtf, Hsi.
CoBi(n(Bu of Iclaad prodnf aoCelKd. kII ly
COC5SELLOR AT LAW,
2 D STREET. - WiSUIXCTOX.D C.
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Mae 1AW- 1 a Btaotr of U Bar of lb Biprem Coona
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118 Chan bora Slr. SEW TORK.
Rrriie Caall At Cooke and J. T. WaUrbonie.
Iro. m Locomotive Works,
C0ZIE2 OF BEJLE 15D II0W1KD STS.
SAN FRAN'CLSCO, CALA.
W. H. TATLOB, Preal. JOSEPH JXOOBB, Sap'l.
Builders of Steam Machinery
IN ALL I To BBAKCHES.
Steamboat, Steamship, Land
man pbxsscbb orcomiound.
STEAM TESilEU, of all Ainda, bnilt complete with
Ha!U of Wood, Iron or Compoaite.
ORUIXART ENGINES conipoandcd when diab!e.
STEAM I.AUXCIIES. Barjw and eteam Tn eon
auacted with refcrenca lo the Trado in which thty are to be
employed, "peed, toonafe and draft of water guaranteed.
SUGAR MILLS AND 8CGAR-MAK1XG
MACHINERY made after the moot approved plana.
Aloo all Boiter Iroo Work connected therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron, cf any eiie,
made in raitabls lcntba (or connecting; together, or Eheets
roUcd, panched and packed fur tbipment, ready to be rive
ted on the (round.
JITDRACLIC RIVETING. Boiler JVork and
Water Pipe made by this eaubluhment, nreUd by Hydraa
lic Biretinx Machinery, that qoaihty of work being far
superior u hand work.
SHIP WORK. Bbip and Eleam Captan. Steam
Winchoe, Air and CircuUiiog Pompe, made alter the moat
PIT MPS. Direct Acting Pumpo. tr Irritlon or City
Water Work purpose, built with the celebrated Usvy
YalTO Motion, aaperior to any other pomp. feM 3m
IIMDZ A RICE MILL !
aissiox k ntEaosT stSm six rsixcisco, cil.
THE INDIA RICE MILL. AFTER SIX
TaAS YEAsVd of practical eprse aa4 pro
inert, m now the nearest to perVctioo of any of the Bice Mills
of the world. In thoroughneaa of CfcanslnB and Polishing it
aianda anrlraled-, and in yield of Cleaned, Merchantable htce
from the Paddy, produces from 5 to 8 pr cent, more than
the Celebrated Milte of Amsterdam.
XII K INDIA RICE Ml LL U now in Terfrct
Banning Order few the
HCILIXG k DRESSING OF PADDY
U N CLEANED RICE,
From the Dawalina Island, to which it Ufpeclally AJapird
OouaiSixm outs olT
PADDY AND HULLED RICE !
rKuI Iltetiv Prompt and Cartful AlltPlivn.
WM. SI. GBKKX WOOD,
Qeneral Cocsoiission Merchant and Proprietor of India Bice
Let the Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is theONLY TEST I
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE
American, CSoId & Silver
VATC H ES, VATC H ES,
A Fine Hunting Caae Waltoam Bitrer Watch for 1 O
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Ladies' OoU Watch,
All ef tmw aWre llaea f Elglai a Walt .sua
Watches, will he a. la at the aerr
Price fer the aeil CO days.
Every Watch Gaaraateesl. mr the Mnaey
Trntli is ITIiglity and
Solo Agent for the Waltham
GOAL ! GOAL ! GOAL S
New Laaanax-x Bark
BEST QUALITY WALLSEND STEAM COALS
Tar Sale la Qaaatltlft U Salt Parthasers at Law
est Markest Kates.
Js3T Allea At, Rahlaaoa.
HOTICE THIS !
Hotel Street, between So nana and Fort.
All Candies Manufactured
At hie establishment are warranted to be
Free from all Poisonous Substances
And are SOLD CHEAPER than Imported
Itirtct from London, a fine assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S SILK. LAMB'S WOOL,
Merino, lnd.a Gaata and Lisle Thrasd I'odershlm.
E.lk, Shaker FUnnel, India Gaoie, Lines and Jean Drawee,
Spun SUk, Bsibrifrsn, Brown Cotton, Stripe Cotton, Stripe
Merino, ebetland Merino, Silrer Grey and Dark Grey Me
rino Half Uoae.
"Guiots," French Bilk and Crtlon Sarpendere.
While Cambric. La render, Biack and Colored Biik Ties,
fiarooet. Clab House, Windsor. Black and Colored Silk Scarf,
V bite. Black and Colored silk Bows,
Printed Cambric Tie.
Linen Cambric fl and kerchiefs.
Linen Cambric Bern Stitch Handkerchief!,
While and Colored Eilk Handkerchiefs,
French bilk L'mbreUaa, (large and email.)
A CHOICE SELECTION OF
Crew a, Caadraj', Ckardia's, Clgate', Casorll'.,
Lala Plaaad's, Please A Labia's,
Simmers aad ATeack's
Confuting in part of
Boaqoetuea Alpea, Otto of Boeee, Essence of Boaea, Persian
Otto ol Km, Y bite Bote, Moss Bnse, Prorinre Rose, Essence
Boaqoet, Crown Bouquet. Prince of Wales, Princes Beatrice.
Prlncesa Louise, Princess Alice. Dutchess of Edinburgh, Mar
quia of Lome, Mstbiola, Hawthorn Bloom. Opopooax. Wild
f lower of India. Narvel of Pern, Italian Violets, Wood Vio
let, Sweet Pea, Sweet Briar, Orange Flowers, Golden Lily,
Lily cf the Valley. New Mown Hay, Heliotrope, Tulipe, Fran
glpanni, Hondehta, Jnckry Club, V'Ung YUog, Palchouly,
Piidiom, MouaeUoe, Ef lactine, tkating Sink, bandal Wood,
Musk, AcC. In rut (lass, gill and plain bottles, all sixes, from
Fifty Cents to Tea Dollars a bottle. Just the thing for a
TOILET WATERS. VINEOAES, &c,
Eaa de Toilette. Eae de Cologne. Florida Water, Larender
Water, Verbena Water, Uangary Water. Honey Water, Toilet
Vinegar, Aromatic Vinegar, Cpoponax, Bay Bum, Ac.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE HAIR,
Barry's Tricopberoos, Bugles nyperion Fluid, Burnett's
Cocoaine, Oleoeome, iuy Bum Oil, PrstacLio Nat Oil, Row.
Und A Boo' Genuine Macatsar Oil, Briedenbacti'a Uacaisar
Oil. Lime Juicw and Glycerine, Opopooax Oil. Pomade Vase
line. Crown Pomade, Bimmel'a Pomade, Pinard'a Pomade,
OR THE COMPLEXION.
Rowland's Ealydor, Brledenbach'a Eatydor, Milk of Boea,
Bloom of Youth, Bloom of Rose. Yinarre de Bonre, Lubin'a
Blanc de perle, Harry's Pearl Cream, Cold Cream of Rose, Ac.
TOILET & NURSERY POWDERS,
Fay'a Vekntioe, Opaline, Pestachlo Not Powdrr, Eukooia,
Opera Gem, Lily White, Violet Powder, Rice Por der, Lore
Powder for acheli.
iTory, YTaod aad Paper Pander Boxes aad Paffi.
PREPARATIONS FOR THE TEETH,
Barry' Marfllina Florlliije, Soiodont, Tioct. Myrrh and
Boras, Rowland's Odonto. Orris and Chalk, Cherry Tooth
Paste. Crown Tooth Paste, Oriental Torth Paste, Lyon 'a Tooth
Tablets. Japanese Tooth Powder, Yio t-t Month Wash, Aro
matic and Ladies' Cachoos.
A large and varied assortment of
COLGATE'S, CO UDRAT'9. CROWN, COS
NELL'S. LUBIN'S, P1ESSE li LUBIX'S
Toilet Soap Tablets.
Containing the following and many other kinds i
Roae, Otto of Rose. Patchouli, Franglpanni, Heliotrope.
New Mown Hay, Violet, MUlefleara.Caahmire Bouquet, Jock
ey Club, Honey, Almond and Glycerine, Elder Flower, Oat
Me!, Lettuce, Bice Blarch, Larender, Pestacbio Nut Oil Soap
Ambrosial, Rondeletia, Cold Cream, Pnre Curd, Musk, Panda
Wood. Calrert's Carbolic. Chardina Medicated, Pears' Cold
Tar, Jonepar Tar, Glenn Sulphur, Vandyke' Sulphur,
Pears' Transparent Soap Ball and Shaving Sticks, Lubln's
CrystAlized Sbaeing Stick.
Naples, Sharing Soap,
Gosnell'a Ambrosia Sliaeiog Cream,
Sewing Machine Soap,
Kitchen Crystal Soap.
BRU SHES !
Irory, Fearl InlaU, Ctlaloid, Florence.
And a full line ol CORNELL'S II AIR BRUSHES,
from FiTty Cents to Three Dollar and Fifty Cents each.
Tuolh, Nail, Cloth, Sharing, A Shoe Brashes, Wh!sk Brushes.
Hand Mirrors. Drrwlag C'smbs, Etc.
FROM BREMEN !
HAWAIIAN BK. E. 0. WYLIE
Ami consisting of Larfre Anrtmrnt
STAPLE Al FANCY GOODS 1
Cottons. Linens, Woolen and Silk, New Print,
Denim, Sheeting, Cloth, Buckskin, Flannels, Merinos,
Ac., Ac., Ac
Uandkerctiieb, Hosiery, Shirt, Towels, Umbrellas,
Shawls and Clothing. Blankei, Ac.
Bags and Bagging, Canvae. An
Invoice of Christmas Goods
TOYS, PERFUMERY', Ac.
CALFSKINS. STATIONERY, fee.
FROM NIXFELD, BERLIN', Vienna Chair,
Cutlery, Buckets, Tuba, Saucepans, Corrugated Roofing,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, Tin Plate, Tin, Bar Iron,
Yellow Metal, Pipe, Zinc, Lead, fc.
.PAIN T S! -
Kerosene Oil, Camphor, Ac
CROCKERY AND GLASS VARE .'
DEMIJOHN'S AND BASKETS,
Candle, Soapa, Sugar, Ac, Ac, Ac.
POWDER AIVD SHOT !
Hcrte Rope and Other Cordage,
Printing and Wrapping Paper,
St. Panl's, Bararian and Lager Beer,
Claret and Rhine Wine. Brandy, Gin, 4c.
Champagne Heidiicb, Tborean, Etc
Tallow Barrels Fire Bricks, Coals, Gambia, Barrela Cement
FOR SALE BY
SATURDAY, APRIL 12.
A New Bock on Hawaii
London, Dec. 1st, 1873.
A book, containin; seTcral chapters on a Tieifc
to Llawaii, hag just been published in Germany,
and I tare procured a copy in order to report
tbereon to the Advertiser. It is called " Voy
age across the Pacific " (Reise durcb den Stillen
Ozean), and its author is Dr. Max Bachner.wbo
travelled from New Zealand via Fiji and Hawaii
to San Francisco. The headings of the chapters
referring to Hawaii will give a fair idea of their
Chap. XVIII. Honolulu. Arrival. First
impressions. History and ethnology. Sight
seeing. The Government, Parliament and mili
tary. Americans and Germans. The Chinese.
Climate and salubrity. The lepers. The Fish
market. Tbe environs. Ride to the Pali.
Chap. XIX. From Honolulu to Hilo. II. R.
II. Rutb Keelikolani. Morning toilet of the
travellers. Labaina and Kawaihae. The hotel
at Ililo. Our Commissioner of amusements,
Hapai. Surf-swimming. School-girls bathing.
Hula-hula and concert. The Rainbow Falls.
Chap. XX. Ascent of Kilauca. Wild de
parture. Half-way bouse at Oloa. The Crater
opens up. The Volcano House and its advan
tages. Tbe boiling lava cauldron. Moonshine
and hell. Difficult descent to Puna. Frozen
lava streams and caved-in lava domes. Captain
Eldarts and bis ranch, Eapoho. The Warm
Springs. Awa and breadfruit. Back to Hilo.
Chap. XXI. From Hilo to Honolulu. Strange
death-wake. Captain Spencer and his sugar
plantation. The Kilauca comes not. A Hawai
ian supper and farewell to Hilo. Nocturnal
boat trip to Kohala. Conflict with the Sabbath
and off again. Ashore at Maui. An interesting
member of tbe press. The baker ot Labaina.
Stormy weather. At last at Honolulu.
Chap. XXII. Last days at Honolulu. The
vrhaleboat and Honolulu gossip. Audience be
fore tbe King. Festal preparations. Bath in
the Kapena. Dancing pleasures. Tbe Anlo
German Club. Visits to several churches. The
Chap. XXIII. From Honolulu to San Fran
cisco. The Zealandia. Farewell to the Happy
The author arrived at Honolulu Aug. lGtu,
187C, by the City of Xeio York. His first im
pression was the striking resemblance between
the natives and the Maoriee, whom he found to
be exactly the tame race, only that the Ha
waiians have become more refined in mien and
figure by tbeir paradisaical climate. There is,
however, less justice in bis remark, that " while'
tbe Viti and Maori languages sound soft and
musical, like the Italian, the Hawaiian is rough
and barbarous." It will also interest Honolulu
people to know that their streets are all broad
and cross at right angles like a chessboard, and
that their gardens shine in a fresh green, thanks
to the plenteous supply of water. He is certain
ly right again when he says that the Government
library at Aliiolani is surprisingly rich for so
isolated a place. Mr. Berger is referred to as
follows: "The leader of the Rojal Band is
naturally a German, and his band does him
great credit." He then gives an account of a
manoeuvre of Hawaiian troops under King Luna
lilo, who, he savs, introduced general military
duty, during which the infantry made a bayonet
attack on tbe cavalry and killed 40 horses and
20 riders and wounded the rest. It seems some
body must have " sold " the Doctor badly. He
does not forget to mention the continual crowing
of Honolulu roosters during the whole night. He
li not partial to tbe Chinese, and comes to the
alarming, but under present circumstances sen
sible conclusion, that before long the waves of
this ugly race, with its disgusting vices, will
close over the beautiful and noble Dative face."
He calls the climate simply perfect on the
" happy islands " of the Pacific. His approba
tion, as a medical man, of the hospital and
lunatic asylum is of value. He also praises
Hawaiian horses for their 6treugth and toughness,
and says Mark Twain has vilely calumniated
them. The Doctor left Honolulu, five days after
his arrival, on the old Kilauea for the windward
ports. Princess Luka was also on board, but he
gives no very favorable description of her. Gov
ernor Kipi, however, he calls an " exceedingly
dignified and decent-looking, strong old gentle
man, in faultless European dress." The chief
difference between the native women in the cabin
and those on deck he believes to be, that the for
mer wear shoes and stockings and the latter go
barefooted. He says there are only three bro
thers at Hilo who understand surf-swimming,
and regrets that this noble pastime is falling into
disuse. He visited the crater on August 25th,
and compares it at night to Paris on fire under
the Commune. The sulphur bath he considers a
torture, which is strange. The Volcano House,
however, comes in for his unqualified praise, and
being a German, he particularly mentions the
Bremen bottled beer. He then descended through
Puna to Kapoho, and 6ays Captain Eldart's
charming children are a favorable argument for
tbe mingling of German with Polynesian blood.
Captain Spencer, at Hilo, he considers remark
able for his great personal strength and for the
vast number of his half-caste children. He also
says be saw a native at Hilo with blue-gray eyes
and light hair, whom I e would have taken for a
European if not told that he was a kanaka maole.
On September 1st, the Kilauca not having
arrived on her round trip, and being anxious to
catcb the San Francisco steamer, he started from
Hilo in a whaleboat, with several English com
panions and a native crew. They paid $50 to be
taken to Kobala. where they expected to meet a
schooner, and that not being the case, $05 more
to Honolulu, together with the promise to tend
the boat and crew back to Hilo by the steamer
or first schooner. They crossed Alcnuihaha
channel safely, and made a landing on Maui, not
far from Maalaca, where they met a native fishing
party. Among them the Doctor noticed a tall,
handsome man, wLo seemed to be t' cir leader.
" Sharp, intelligent features, a well-cultivated
Louis Quatrc beard and care folly-parted hair,
gave him the air of an elegant French brigadier
of gens-darmes." In fluent English he asked for
their names and the particulars of their trip,
saying he was correspondent of a native paper at
Honolulu. Do any llawaiians recognize the por
trait? At Labaina the Doctor made the ac
quaintance of a countryman, a fat baker from
Bavaria. After a stormy passage across the
channels the whaleboat arrived safely at Honolu
lu. (This feat was noticed at the time in the
P. C. Advertiser.) The agents of the Kilauca
not only returned one-half of the prepaid passage
money, but even undertook to return the whale-
boat and native crew back to Hilo free of charge
a courtesy, says the Doctor, which he should
never expect of an American or European steam
ship company. With his companions he was
also introduced to the King by Governor Dom
inis. On being asked whether he would ever
visit Europe, King alalakaua smiled and shrugged
bis shoulders, as if to say, " I should like to,
bet ." On September 12th the author re
gretfully left the Happy Isles " on board of the
Zealandia. Looking aside from the inaccuracies
of a superficial observer, bis book is an interest
ing account of a brief visit to llawaii nci.
IROIV T RAILS,
(Mirrlffs, Talt k Watsoa's Make ;)
MIRRLEES. TAIT & WATSON'S
FOR SALE BV
THEO. H. DAVIES.
49 HOTEL STREET.
LEO V DEJEAV, - - - PROPRIETOR,
(Late of San Francisco.)
THIS RESTAUR ANT WILL BE Supplied
with the best Meats, Poultry, Fish, trait, c, kc,
which can be obtained. Families and parties will be terred
at tbeir residences with French and other dishes, prepared
in the most recherche style. Private rooms lor families.
PER STMR CITV OF NEW TORK. A
fine lot and in first-rate condition. For sale by .
mhl BOLLES A CO.
X DISCOVERT. FOR SALE BV
jal 79 BOLLES A CO.
Destruction" or her Forests ad what rr will
Lwolte What the New York " Natiox"
SATS OX THE SCBJECT.
Nowhere on the face of the globe is the phy
sical necessity for preserving tbe forests greater
than in California; nowhere has tbe world seen
its forests 60 rapidly and senselessly destroyed.
We will briefly examine what tbe dangers are
which threaten California, and what should be
undertaken to prevent or at least diminish them.
All along the western elope of the Sierras num
erous rivers head, which flowing westward
through the rich foothills and great plains of
California, fall into the Sacramento and the San
Joaquin, the one flowing south and the other
north, and at length emptying into the bay of
San Francisco. Through these rivers must pass
all the moisture, not absorbed by the soil, which
the Sierras attracts from the ocean lying almost
at its feet. The annual precipitation of moisture
in these mountains, although almost exclusively
confined to the winter rr.ontbs, is Btill very large,
a fall of sixty feet of snow during an exceptional
severe winter having been reported in the high
Sierras. It results that during the summer
months, when the snow is melting these moun
tain streams become large and rapid rivers, car
rying off immense volumes of water, and then
almost entirely disappearing with the snow. As
they are not replenished by Bummer rains, the
length of their annual duration must depend on
tbe slowness with which the snow at their sources
melts. It is a well established fact that snow
melts much less rapidly, and that much more of
it is absorbed in the forest than in tbe open
ground; while the forests on a mountain side
offers great mechanical resistance, especially by
their undergrowth and coating of fallen leaves,
to tbe rapid running off of water or melting
snow. If tho forests of the Sierra are destroyed,
their annua! snow fall will probably not be ma
terially diminished. The length of time, bow
ever, required to melt it will be much shorter;
and the absorbing power of the forest beiDg gone,
the volume of water passing through the rivers
will be greatly increased. It is not difficult to
foretell the results. Every season, earlier at the
south, later at the north, torrents more terrible
and more destructive than the history of the
world records, will carry during a few weeks
death and desolation from the mountain sides
down over the foothills, covering the plains with
debris and holding the cities lying along the low
banks of tbe larger rivers at tbeir mercy. And
then, when this terrible rush of a few days is
over, if will be found that the whole supply of
water for the summer is exhausted. The foot
hills and tbe plain will no longer produce fruits
or vegetables, or any summer crop for which
irrigation ifi essential, for no water to Irrigate
with will come down from the mountains.
Placer mining " will be a thing of the past,
and even the navigation of the great rivers will
be either interrupted or abandoned. During the
last fifty years more than one country in Europe
has been vieited by calamities similar in origin
and extent to those which now threaten Califor
nia, but in none of them were the physical rea
sons for the danger 60 great. The mountains
from which the destructive torrents of Europe
have sprung are lower than the Sierra, less
heavily forest-clad, and enjoying a more regular
precipitation of moisture with a much smaller
snowfall, and so less able to produce sudden and
There is but one remedy for the dangers we
foretell, and on its adoption depends the future
of California. A strip of forest must be set aside
along tbe western slope of tbe Sierra extensive
enough to secure the natural flow of the rivers,
and these reservations must be strictly guarded
from fire, the ax and especially from all browsing
animals. It is in her boasted millions of sheep
that California's greatest danger lies. These,
with countless herds of other browsing animals,
are driven up every summer from the plains into
the mountains to feed daring tbe dry season.
The damage they are inflicting in the Sierra
forests is terriblo and indescribable. One can
ride for days at a certain elevation through the
mountains along the sheep trails without seeing
outside of the rare ranch enclosures a single un
injured shrub or seedling tree of any sort. Every
thing the sheepman reach is eaten clean. This
menus that there is nothing left of the forest but
its older trees, and that it has lost or is fast
losing its bebt clement for holding back melted
snow; and it means, too, that there are no new trees
coming on to take the place in their turn of
their parents. As the number of animals driven
to the mountains increases, forest fires increase
also, set by the shepherds cither accidentally or
purposely to increase the next year's feed. A
forest annually wasted by fire, on which the ax
is always making terrible inroads, and in which
no young trees arc qjlowcd to spring up is clearly
doomed. When that of the Sierra, the noblest
of our continent, has gone, nothing will stand
between California and the dangers which threat
en her. To preserve California is the first and
greatest duty of American forestry. The task is
a difficult one, but it can be accomplished if her
people desire it. Nation, February 1st.
FOR THE HAIR,
Will positively restore hair to bald heads where the
roots nre not entirely dead, which is ecldom the case.'
Will positively mako weak, thin and falling hair
prow f of t, glossy and long.
WEI positively remove dandruff, and make the scalp
white, muotu and clean. As an elecant dressing there
i3 nothing in the world equal to it. Patronked for over
fifty years by the nobility or England.France.Germany
and Spain, and all the first families of America.
Beauty Within the Reach, of ALL
T Gives a beautiful complex-
nPi rV S Ion, removes every blem
ASUX X J kJ iah, and enables ladles of
Pearl Creamy:o??rit.ea8ilj tot
Sole Ageut for the Hawaiian Islands.
JUST RECEIVED 1
Per Stmr. City of Sydney.
A M 10T OF (HOKE TOBACCO !
Of the Celebrated Lorillard's Tin Tag " Plug
and Smoking Tobaccos. Also,
A FULL LINE OF VANITY FAIR SMOKING,
In Tapers, Tin Boxee, Tin Foil and Jars.
A LARGE VARIETT OF VAXITT FAIR
AND OTHER CIG ARRETTES.
Genuine Havana Cigars !
ET Thee Goods are all of the Eest Quality, and can't help
ja4 HO LUSTER A; CO.
THE CARGO OF THE
CLIPPER SHIP LALA R00KH !
NOW ON THE WAY FROM
G L ASGO "W I
WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE TO ARRIVE !
fel C. W. MACFARLAXE Sc. CO.
ONE NEW EASTERN-BUILT FOL'R
Tl heeled Ox Cart or very superior make; Just the cart
or plantation use. (Jal 2) C. BREW EK & CO.
LIME ! LIME ! !
X DISCOVERY. 200 BBI.S. Received
this day. For sale by (mhl) buu.mi.u.
EXTRA MESS BEEF !
IN HALF BARRELS FOR FAMILY USE.
Pig Pork la and i bbli. per Steamer. For sale by
mhl BOLLLa tu
g. mmm a go.,
Now Offer to Arrive,
Per Amer, bk Martha Davis
DCE FKOII BOSTON IN MARCH ?EXT,
TUIE FOLLOWING INVOICE OF MKR.
chandise purchased at lower prices than at any time
during the put twenty years, and will be offered (or sale at
correspondingly low prices.
MANILA CORDAGE selected assortment from li to 4 ia.
Bolt Bope from 2; to 4 inches, No. 1 Rotio,
Wilmington Fitch, Wilmington Tar,
Linseed OH in 5-gaIlon tins.
Hall bbls Mineral Paint, Spirits Turpentine,
CMrX Matolaos i
1 inch to 3 inches.
BBLS. MESS PORK,
BBLS. MESS BEEP,
Ljx Croix Green Corn,
Tomatoes, 3 lb tins; Lewis' Tomato Ketchup, pt and qt-.
Fresh Lobsters, 1 lb and 2 lb tins; Green Peas,
Sausage Meat, Gherkins, 1 gall and i gall jars.
Parker House Soups,
EASTERN CUBE SUGAR,
50 FOUND BOXES,
Barrels Salt, 10 lb. bags,
Nests TruDks, Pick Mattock?, Hunt's Axes, Ox Bows,
Centennial Rocking Chairs,
Cases "Electric" Refined
Test guaranteed ABOVE the standard, samples having been
tested by Marshal Parke.
Axe Handles, Pick Handles,
Babbitt Metal, Salder,
Iron Chests for Plantations and Schooners,
Leather Beltiog, 3 inches, 4 inches and 5 Inches,
MOLINE PLOWS, asstd. styles,
OARS. OX YOKES,
PARIS PLOWS, Charcoal Irons,
Corn Shelters, Rubber Hose, i inch,
An Invoice of Cut Nails and Spikes,
Centrifugal Brushes, Oakum, Composition Nails,
FRAXKLIX STOVE COIL, In casks for Family as,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
BAH AND FLAT IRON,
Bur ap Bags, Cedar Shingles,
IRON PIPE, I inch to 3 inches,
JPortlantl Oemeiit !
YELLOW METAL. lOlsZOoz..
3 " KIMBALL'S " PHAETONS,
Downer's Kerosene Oil.
C. BREWER & CO.
H jE-M: O V .A. L !
BOO,S & CO.,
OULD INFORM THEIR FRIENDS
and the public generally, that ihey hare
Removed to their New Fire-proof Store,
Which has just been completed, situated at the Old Stand
31 Queen Street, where they have been making larpe additions
to their stock or Ship Chandlery, Ship and Plantation Stores,
which make their assortment large and varied.
Will be happy to hare a call from their patrons, and they
will assure them that no pains will be spared to attend to their
wants in a satisfactory manner.
We hare now in Stock: Cord ace, hemp and Manila, an as
sortment of sizes; Cotton Duck, Flax Canvas, Hemp Canvas
Cotton Sail Twine, 6, 6, 7 and 8 ply; t lax Sail Twine, 3 and 6
ply; Blocks, Oars, Shievea, Hooks and Thimbles, c , tie., all
or wmcn win De sold at ued Kock rrices.
onolulu, Nov. 23J, 1878. jal '79
jal '79 BOLLKS A CO.
UTlLMIXCTOy TAR. WILMINGTON
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
PAINTS AND PAINT OIL,
HUB BUCK'S PURE LEAD. HUBBt'CK'S
JTl White Zinc, llubhuck's Pale Boiled Oil, Boston Spirits
Turpentine. For bale by
jal '79 BOLLES & CO.
MIXLD RUBBER PAINTS,
fF ALL SHADES, IN LARGE AND SMALL
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
ANCHORS AND CHAINS,
ASSORTED SIZES. SMALL CHAINS.
Xm. from i inch to i inch, in quantities to suit. For Sale by
i.tl TQ imr r Pa m. net
j " f J U w V.
DEEf. PORK, HAMS. BACON. CHEESE,
m-m imu, 4;c., c. or Sale by
jal '79 BOLLES CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. NEW AND
xm. miau. For Sale by
jal '79 BOLLES ft CO.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT. INCLUDING:
Koaat Beef, Boiled Beef, Boast Mutton. Boiled Mutton.
Compressed Corned 3eef, Pigs Feet, Lambs Toogues, Beef
longues, inpe, fisn luowder. font and Beans, Codfish
Balls, kc, 4c. For Sale by
jal '79 BOLLES A CO.
CUTTINGS Si. CO.'a FRUITS AND JELLIES,
San Jose Fruits and Jellies, a full assortment,
jal '79 For Sale by BOLLES ft CO.
OIL ! OIL!!
PURE SPERM OIL. STR A 1 NED AND FREE
from foots. For Sale by
jal 79 BOLLES ft CO.
T N QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FOR SALE BV
M. jal '79
BOLLES ft CO.
HJOOX-DAr, DEVOE'S AND DOWNER'S.
.w jal '7tf
For Bale by BOLLES ft CO.
CALIFORNIA CUBE IN 2SIb BOXES.
Kegs of powdered sugar.
jal "9 For Sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
BURNETTS FLAVORING EXTRACTS,
A FULL ASSORTMENT. FOR SALE AT
Wholesale and retail by
jal '79 BOI LE3 A CO.
CORDAGE. Assarted Sizra,
Xv JL which gives us a Full Assortment. For sale by
ror saie oy
BOLLES ic CO.
AATMEAL, CRACKED W HEAT IN lOlb
For Sale by
BOLLES ft CO.
GOLDEN GATE FLOUR,
-JJOW LANDING EX DISCOVERY."
jal '79 For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
VTEW AND FRESH FROM THE MILL,
ex " uiacavoTy
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
RKSTON AND MERRILL'S.
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
rpjlE REAL ARTICLE OP EAST INDIA
Chutney iu quart Bottle, assorted.
jal '79 For Sale by
BOLLES A Co.
21 ANIL A CIOASS.
A SGOOP AS AM 1 X 1 lib MARK I0X.
iKV IN T
IX jal ?)
For Sale by BOLI.ES ft CO.
LiiniVAii or Txxaa
CASTLE & COOKE
A Fine Addition to their Stock of
sm. m ,1 A .Vt r5Bm (W
AND CONSISTS IN PART OF
PALACE. DOWNER'S AND VULC N KEROSENE DJ'" SAFELY SAID TO BE THE
BKSr AND SLKBiHT IS MARKET. n. Ciiana.
Amoskesg Denims, Bleached ft Unbleached Fioe Cottons. Laogdrn, Utlca ft Ferkl.i "Bleached I A Unbleached Flo Culloa.
Pepperill 8-4, 10-4 and 11-4 Bleached and Ucblfarhed Sheetit g, Amoskeag, A. C. A., B. and I. licking,
Stark Blue Drills, Bedford Unbleached Shcetinr,
GORDON, HAMILTON AND PACIFIC PRINTS 1 1
The GENUINE PARIS PLOW, and cheaper than ever; Cot Nail, M te C0d; Cut Ppike; 6, T and Inch;
Pressed Spikes," 2 to 4 inch; Horse Nailf. 6 and 7; Cold Preed Nuls and Wa.hers, Machine Uolu.
Hunt's, Crossman's and Boys nandled Axes, Hunt and Days Hatchet, all style and numbers; Carpenters Plane'.
Ames', Lanes', Reed's and Dow' Shovels and Spades.. Lanes' Planters' Hoes and Best Heary Inch """ "?.
Coe's Wrenches, 6, 8. 10, 13, 15. IS and 21 icch; Cane Koirts, best quality; Trace Chains, T and Strap I'ln'. n'
C arpenters Plane?. Planters' lice. Axe, O-o, Pick and Fudge Handles, Put Hole D.ggers, tnloo Scale, Plaiform Scale.
Grindstones, from CO to 00 pound, best quality; Bnrea Cast Steul. octagon and square, ft-S. 1 and It Inch;
Steam Packing, Asbestos ami India Rubber; Best H-'trp Packing, llabbel Metal, e.
Centrifugal Plates, U, 12 & 10 inch, Weston's,
HORSE AND MULE COLLARS. WOOD STIRRUPS, ETC.
Sagar Cora, Green Teas, Condense J Milk, McMnrra"s Oysters, one and two poand; fara Starch, kt., AC.
V. Wow CoustcuiucLit olT tlxo
Celebrated Gralv. Barbed Fence Wire t
XT Planters and others are now finding cut that a single wiie even of this style In their common wire fi-nces
makes a sure protection against cattle.
A FEW PARLOR ORGANS, TO BE SOLD CHEAP!
A Few Chestnut Bed-room Gets, complete;
Blake's Steam, Irrigating ft Vacuum Pumps, 1 each; Coffee Iluller 1 Separator, just the tiling- for the Coflto Planter.
PALACE OIL, PALACE OIL,
AnJ pronounced by Dr. StangenwalJ " A VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLE, and He Pnfeat Epeoi
of Kerosene Oil that baa been sent to him for Examination." Flashing Tett, 120.2 F. and Burning,
SMALL PROFIT ON EASTERN PRICES.
TO PLANTERS, MILL OWDS & OTHERS,
A. Fine JStoclc to Select from unci Uonglit at li ot
to m Rates in Inglxiicl9 New York,
and San Francisco, lyy
CASTLE &d COOKE:
PARIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, at lower rates than ever offered,
STEEL MOLINE PLOWS, 12-14-16, " " .. ..
STEEL MOLINE GANG PLOWS, at small advance above Cost,
STEEL HORSE PLOWS, XI, X0, X00, complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-8 in. neck, stout blade, made to our order, and sold at
HOES, Planter's, Lane's, best quality,
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AND PICK MATTOCKS,
Hunt's, Collin's & Cro3sniann's ITandled Axes; Hunt's itml Days' Ace Tattern Hatciieli. Nog. 1 V 2 HMnplInf do;
O-os. American make, best Cast Steel and heavy; Ame's, Reed's, Sanderson's and Dorr's ll'd l"t Shovels fc trades,
Cane Knives, Disston's make, improved styles to order; Canal burrow., Wheel Harrows,
Collars & II nrnes, Ox Yokes, Ox llows, 1 jin., 2 In., Wood fc Iron;
Ox Chains; Trace Chains; Topsail licet Chains; Hoop Iron, Nos. 19, I & I;
Ars'ld Round fc Flat Iron; Axe, 1'iclc, Oo, Kledjre, Hammer and Ads Handles;
FILES a lull assortment for Machinist a use; Nails, Wrought fc Cut, all sixes; Cut Spikes;
Steam Tacking, Aabcsto's Tacking and Hemp Packing; Fence Wire, Itlock, Annealed, Tarred fc Galvanised
THE CELEBRATED BARBED STEEL FENCE WIRE I
A dispatch from Manufacturer says: "We are selling at the rats of 80 tons Daily,"
Which means 160 Miles of 3 Wires !
Steel Pailji for the ordinary Ncs. 6 ft 6 Fence Wire; Anvils. 8:epliei' Vices; Cooper's Viu-s, Ae ,
Cooper's Tools; Carpenter's and Builder's Hardware; A Urge aud varied As-orlment ol le-t maker's Nuls fc Washers;
Heat Cold TunclieJ NuU; Faints, Oils fc Glass; A large ns'.rtment i.f Tuitit, Varnish, Horse, Marking, While Wash,
Scrubbing, Centrifugal & Stove Brushes;
F.tlRIIANK-S PLATFORM SCALES. FKO.M 4 OO TO :!.COtl I.ItS.,
ENGLISH FINI SVDIDJLES,
A few Knglish made Atmtralian Pattern Pad Baddies, very superior; Suddle Trees, Hair Girth", Bildl.s, Ruckles, 4c.
A Fine Assortment ot Driving Whips, New York Make.
Legal Cap, Biil, Letter & Fools Cap, Note Fa per s, Tens, Inks, Knvelopes, Time Books, Tencils, Ac ,
Staples, Denims, Bleached h Unbleached Cottons & Drills, Tickings, Linen Drills, Diapers, Tilnls,
Sheetings, Ac., Corsets, Brooks' and Coals' Cotton Threads, Linen Threads;
AMERICAN WHITE FLANNELS. FIXE MEDIUM AND SILK VARI.
Raw A ReSned Sugars, Sardines. Oysters, Salmon, Soap, Hawaiian. Englith & American make, Superior Spires,
Warranted Pare A Full Weight Canities, California Canned Fruits, Assorted; Carb. Soda,
Cream Tartar, Nutmegs, Burnet's Extracts, Blacking, Worcestershire Sauce, kr..,4c
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; The Celebrated Blake Steam Irri
gating & Vacuum Pumps, assorted sizes & at bottom rates;
Parlor Organs, several styles; Kerosene Oils Down
ers, Vulcan and Devoes, at lowest rates, & war
mhl 79 ranted equal to any in the Market.
T. ISTOTT & CO.,
DATE JIST RECEIVED EX. LATE ARRIVALS,
STOVES & RANGES
The Most Complete Assortment,
LARGEST RANGE OF PRICES !
TO BE FOC.ND IN
HAWAII NEI ! !
TIN & JAPANNED WARE,
Pumps, a large assortment; Kitchen Sinks, Door Mats,
Slaw Cutters, House Water Closets and Cast Iron Soil or
Waste Pipes, Yard Broom, Stencil, Marking, Dust and
Whisk Brushes. Nests Wooden fc Ualv'd Tubs fc Buckets,
Garden Rakes, Tin Ware, Japanned Ware, a full asortm't;
Ox Vokes and Bows. Lanes fc Clements Planter's Hoes,
Ooose Neck Hoes, 5-8 shanks; Picks.- Pick A Hoe Handles,
Horse and Mule Collars, Trace Chains,
Cane Knives, Whifle-trees,Orindstones mounted on frames
Ames' Shovels, Spades, assorted; Plantation Bells,
Trash, Hay and Manure Forkes.
PLOWS. Steel and Iron,
HE3S ALL SIZES.
Cultivators, Knox's Horse Hoes, Hinge A Rotary Harrows,
Fairbank'a Platform and Connter Scales, Boring Machines,
Iroo Axles for Ox Carts. 2 to 3 inches;
Hubs, Fellows and Spokes, assorted sixes; Stocks and Dies,
Bteam Cocks, assorted; Sash Weights, Portable Forges,
Wheel Barrows, Lawn Mowers, Dission's Files,
Cylinder and Thermometer Churns. Kerosene Sloven. Tin
ned Tacks, 8 to 21 ox.; Chopping Trays, Hunt's and Cross
man's Handle Axes and Hatchets. Pic Mattocks, Lonir Cut
ter do.. Adzes, Broad Hatchets, Grub Hots, Hide roller. Hay
Cutter, Road Scrapers, Fence Wire, oiled and annealort; ;al
vanized Corrugated Kooflne. Galvanizf-d Water Iirw 1 i o i in .
Sheet Iron, Bheet Copper, all sizes; Saucepans, Muet Lead.
SPECIA L. Uavine a force of Workman eimi!nvc.l
we are prepared to do work in
TIN. COPPER nuil SHEET IRON.
At lowest posrihle rates. Parties in need of work done .:.
line, will do well to give us a call. We thull lie r.leased to
aive Estimates on Work and Guirantee it to stand "the test of
Steam or Aonat.
J. NOTT A Co.
FROM MEW VOOC
PALACE KBBi OIL !
"WHITE ! !
CASTLE & COOKE.
ir0 MIS ADD
The Challenge Standard
rl,,f.?.ONI"V SKLF-RECULATINO VID
m. MILL. In the World, and when material ased, Power.
Workmanship aod Durability are eonsldered.lt is acknowl
edged to be the
CHEAPEST WISD-JIILL KO V IX USE
We are the ONLY Manufacturers In the World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For poer purposes, such as running Custom
Grist Mills aod Feed Mills.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
And Practical Teats.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VAHIOTJS SIZES,
For Irrigation and Pimping Mater for
Stock Farms or Famll j Ut.
,.Cr.T0 ' the re now here and can be teen on ao.
plication to the undersigned.
F or further particulars, apply to
JAMES S. LEMON,
u3 79 II. .1.1.. II. .
Water Tight Boots,
IT lYXCirS BOOT SHOE FACTORY,
ABJ EEiEGJilJArT FIT6
Onrom the other Uland, promptly executed. mhl tf
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