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THE PACIFIC
fflmmcrcial bbcrtiscr
I PUBLISHED BY
HE P. C. ADVERTISER CO.
Sfvery Satimlriy
.Morriinr.
. lalnnil Nubri pliou.
OO a tritr.
;;.OM for l Monlhi.
M afc,.-r I tt .t: i r '- I -t I"" L.tr.-. 1 to any part
Ja u4 -t- ' i-1 j' I" nnum. :r r:D : lsc. j
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art p ' f rr-r' P"' d'mQdl a:
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f'ln-llM:',' PaTalLC ALiI) IS AOTaSCI.
rr,r- .n.ea;UiB from a'.l pr of tt Pacific will
n b 'ry acrptnie.
. pmor. ,n n' Prt of tn L'niwd State, can
(& anou't nf ahTr;pt;on da f-r thi papr In
Irma e.t jtmp.
Ownrr. n -it n ho.i!t f llr"l, aad account
lO f. II. IUT1CID.
OE1T
cine ' 'niKX.ciL advertiser company.
L A J OS.
Itfiaal Story ( llaagarf
nail I be
Hawaiian IIbH.
(r:t:
FOR THE P. r. AliVERTILR.)
Part II.
Tli:. KAM Hr.RO Or IVIOI.E.
.mtn ! i ! marked with the experiences of
clot' I .n the corturadT the ranch; a woolen
,nnd r.-.v r giruipnt belted to his wai-t.with
d bri 1 felt s Jtubrero, was featetj beneath
l a i- .! a wide branching oliia tree, res
fent '-'i:-' crimen tufted blofnom?, and
fo i " ! I trt of :i r?e upon the cret of a
till t'. ir- oterl okeI a widespread land-
(V the lorelie-t t' be feen ;n the
ou'kh I-' id N.
Woi i. c' .?-sr;i.--.' 1 j I.iin, many mile in
It. - r id out far helnwhis -eat, like the
t!i 3 r -T He ta.-t arena. It formed a jer
grtflli r u d valley, with a surrounding rai-crr;-
and hills an extinct volcanic crater
t wtl.i ri.luvial coil and adorned with ver-
-ati tre broad cunlit ea g! anifJ in tbe
bch i y .t.d.
jc oi -. ier held a pocket binocular in hi s
I. . vi lo .ked through it fn.m time t time,
, .'flinu fl )ok of ehcep that dotted the
tm rtture ttlow. SjIi d tlie woolly nib
' wrtp advancing up th idt f the acclivi
uniaoneof tliee with rendent udders wen t
g I Jem '.rig a they errrjed the lerbi.ge, ut
U j ' a iali-chokt d UiuRIed baa, tt with a
1 full f gra.-!. they turnrd an anxious
,r kio 1. tailing t their lagging lambs that
.v ! d wn the fclope. And jet these
k;i n :..t were going nntray, and trying tu
iteSr way to danjeroa" grounds, into the
J.vf vd of the cutumit ridges, which were a
tt.ff r w i i d.
bt wt r after obierving tliese itray
ibe.'a fb-.. while; called out'Drive!" And a
; ilit Wat quietly repining near by, with bis
.Je ttv f.n bi fre-paws sjrang to bis feet,
wir j a Cr - furry black and tan coat, and the
ir tao . tier the eye-brow of the noble
epJjg. lie wagged Iiis broad bu.hy tail, as
ef on'it- durance of being ready for duty ;
I receitwi" a word of command with sharp
ikt i r -and a hand ign which he followed
il isb' t glancing eye, he dahed down
iteef and'-d acroM a culoh.and aflcend
a the other ide, barked at the bead
he (Li ui.-t ctraj-. and l aving turned them,
nd in their rear. a they raced in flcs down
mfe and well graced plain below.
jt t-itt.r beneath the tree, who had
Ahari d hii pition all thi while, gazed far
l ot on the exf nne of the gently rolling blue
fcs, and wa. conjuring up dreams, to much
woven with a ja.-toral life, when the rnort
ihoT-e btdir.g i;ear by.arrected bis attention.
locking weftward at the place T the d
ur p Min, he rut-e up, and leaning forward.
je-i up the end ol a rawhide lariat trailing in
gran, und drew up by l it side, a stout, kind
I brown hore that he j atted on the neck,
called him Peke; and then adjusting a bri
banging by the animaN neck : thrusting
lit between bis eras fringed teeth, and care-
throwing the rein over the heavy poin
f hi raddle, ujon which he rested his left
, nd placing hi right upon the high raised
cf the seat, mounted with a ijuiet eare, eur-
I5 tne l ':l'n below all the while as he bc
j tbe steady ranch charger. And the gonl
Uy beast, urged with a slight prod of a heavy
jed rowel spur, ambled along, picking a
way among the brushwood of the ridge; or
idin the slope with forward pricked ears,
Xg bis eyes intent upor his f joting, and
ing bis master with safe and steady gait
equalities of ground till he was baited
roadway, which overlooked the sea, and led
Uoding on the beach close in view.
"be hortnian slewed himself around in his scat'
eiog his left foot firmly in the wooden zap atero,
Hst bis right knee being drawn up near the
nief of the saddle enabled him to rest bis
ow upon it, holding bis chin in the palm of
right hand, whilt he watcked the approach
two men n horseback ; his good nag mean
tie released from any strain, or jerk of the
lit' rems, pulled and crunched away at
icbea of crab gTass by the roadside.
Aloba " f cried both men, who were natives,
Jiey approached. They wore coarse grey
it shirts and blue cotton pants, showing
Btroaa rents and ret. air, ar.d a very scant and
ken atate of costume. Hut with their bare
- gripped firmly in the step of the old iron stir
. which were rwung Vy thong of rawhide
k rougb uncovered saddle tree, and with
j a cord of plaited pandanus root, fastened to
lower jiiw of each of their restive beasts,
j managed and rode them with the ease and pore
ttbletea parading upon a prepared arena.
V7eII, Lono ! raid the waiting horseman.
Hawaiian language. t the elder and fore
it of the two, a stout, well built, and rather
d beaded Kanaka; " How are tbe sheep
tbe other side of tbe mountain '?
Not doing well, master," replied Lono. as be
ed himself into an easy pose, throwing bis
l W over tbe horses' neck, and resting the
i sit asrainst tbe broad wojden pommel of
. . . , j ..in. . Tl,.
i routi isianu-maac auuic hk. ut
it -a and the wild doga are using up the
r that side. And wild boga are doing a
'I damage too. There ia Kamai, who
I Vere last year.yoa know, across tbe cban--J
:!a boat from Kamalo, twenty ewes, and
t privilege on the adjoining Government
C ; I'M now be has over one hundred six
a; ' lamfm ; not as we well know the in
" r hia ew. ; but ofyour's which be steals
g f. And Keoni who got a pririlige on the
to plains adjoining your run, and brought
t(eighty po.,r ewes from Luanui, has now
e ne thousand good sheep, of a quality of
ftol which he never brought here. He makes
hi flock by letting his eheep mix with yours,
id wb?n be separates he catches out all your un
arkad sheep and Iambs, the ears of which he
ita iato his brand or mark. And this mark,
r wbich tie has obtaincl a Government permit,
botb ears and tail cropped close, a slit in the
cy and lower hp, a cut on the scalp between
e wyes. leaving a piece of pendent skin, and a
ck a both eyelids ; so that be cuts out your,
d eery other brand, and steals with impunity.
cd M ij other native encouraged by the pro
!Cf. Of ao eaaily acquired fick, little work,
tr iilea out Govtrnment periuits for t
ft
VOL. XXV-NO. 37
brand?, and having borrowed a few eheep from j
their friends as a start, hope soon to build up a
stock out of your stray, or when you sleep at,
night. And at this time the wild dogs and the
wild hog are very bad. We have just counted
eight carcases of eheep fresh killed on the Kula
Plain ; and piainly torn by dog. And all the
ewe that run in the aakoko (euphorbia bush)
grove, have lost their lambs, devoured by the
hog."
The owner of the suCering flocks shook his
head, drew in hi breath between his shut teeth,
and struck the pommel of the saddle forcibly
with hi fi-t. As the ranchero and the men con
tinued to talk, they observed a whale boat run
in shore and land a passenger ; who did not
delay long on the Far.", but trudg'.d up hill on
the road towards the party on hsrseback.
The nar approach of the stranger j resented a
young man of well formed, well knit frame of
body, with handsome frcsb tinted features ; yet
in a very rough cjstuuie, of coarse corded
pint, heavy woolen shirt, broken brogans,
and a limp straw hat, with breaks, through
which peered some locks of ricii blonde hair,
whilst the remainder of bis wardrobe was in a
bundle on bis shoulder. And yet with all this
roughness and poverty of exterior in his general
make up, he had, his hand covered with a pair
of kid glove of good quality.
The young stranger, who appeared about
twenty three years of age, addressed the rancher
in rather imperfect English, He said, he was
adventuring a little to see the world. Had land
ed at Honolulu with an empty purse, and had
managed to work hi way to tin place, to which
he had been directed to come, lie was not a
mechanic, artist or professional, but knew some
thing about 6heep, as he had lived on a large
sheep estate in Kurope. lie was ready and will
ing to work tr lood and lodging only ; if lie
could find a considerate employer, and a decent
home where t.e could rest awhile. And to name
was Louis.
The ranchero who had not changed his easy
lounging attitude in Li saddle, at the approach
of the young man, and during his discourse; at
it cl straightened up in hi stirrup, and
addressing the younger of the two natives, said,
Kimo. let the baole (foreigner) have your
horse, and you can go across the full to the
station." Then addressing the stranger he said,
I see you are an estray from friends and home.
You have been playing prodigal, but you seem
fitted for good work. Help me and 1 will help
you."
The young man had meanwhile received the
lineor 'hala cord in hi hand, that held a restive
and fretted mustang, taught to buck and ranee,
and exhibit every uneay style of horse g ait.
When tbe wild looking sweated brute felt the
stranger's hand on his m ine, preparing to mount,
he reared up. and struck out his forefoot furious
ly, and the two native men looked on amued.
expecting to see the strange haole (foreigner)
either thrown or hurt, or badly scared, and
oblig-.-d to declina the steed. The ranchero look
ing on quietly and with an air of critical obser
vation.
The young stranger, who had handed his
bundle to the native Kimo, held the struggling
fretful brute with his right hand, calm and as
sured. With his left he drew in a rawhide
lariat, trailing from the saddle tree bow. He
readily formed a slip noose with the loop strap
at the loose end of the lariat, and throwing it
dexterously caught one of the plunging hoof.
lie then pased a bight of the lariat through the
strong iron ring of the horse hair scinch, and i
pulling on the line drew the forefoot up to the
animals breast. The aniuial continued its
struggle and plunges, but with difficulty , having
only i-ne forefoot in j lay, and was now easily
field by the cord binding his jaw. He struggled
and trembled with impotent eflVirt. The young
man placed both lines in one band, and with the
other he ratted the irritated animal on the
neck ; he rubbed his nose, he stroked him gently,
and murmured some words In soothing tones ;
and altera little while, the horse becoming calm, he
released the foot.disengaged the noose, and whilst
still p itting and speaking soothingly, he grasped
the saddle tree rim. sprang easily into his seat,
and after a little prance and fret, the animal was
obedient to his hand.
kamai loa'' very smart exclaimed both
natives, with unaffected expression of admira
tion' And the ranchero, as he turned the
horse's- I cad, to lead the way, said : " Mr.
Iuis, you n ake a good start for a ranch, and
I see you f t o." our hills with our un
broken .eplied the young man, as he
rou .. mil curvetting courser with graceiui
ea. : I once handled a wild horse from the
C'arj athian. and rode him at Sadowa."
The ranchero made a quick turn in hi" seat.
glancing curiously at the youth, and remarking;
What ! a sjldicrof the Eastern Empire! And
wii.u lot nt'iii VOU t'hiruv. iar uvajf uciu .
Atiythn. on your liead, or on your liar.us .'
Nu cii:" rer lied tfie vouth. as lie turned his
luad, ai d n,t-t the rather ttern tupriciuus gaze of
the ranchero, with a c.iiui assured look from clear
grey cyt. I am not a fugitive from justice ;
though a wanderer to expiate come follies. Ac
cept me. fir. a- a j oor exile, who will etrive to
make hiin. II of h.nue value. Whilst I acknow-
It'll I : I (1 ii l-irn i ua. I n v i.tiii a na rt a n.l i I
" . " ' "J , , , '
UDriiMlln. Acctr t Hie for What IllT hand and ;
eye, ana hcrvicc maybe worth, iou may cn- j
terrain a rctter man than you think. Kcceivc
me, nir," continued the youth with a trailing
exi rcfM n. as Admetus did Apollo, who offer- !
ed to hrd his tlockf, and if I do not turn out a j
goj in di-guifc, 1 will etrive like that ancient!
divine fht-jhtrd to hring a Llesssing to your !
ifiand. '
The rai chero 1 okcd around at the voutb, with
a fomewhat urj used, yet plea-ed expresion, at
this claital allufion; obferving laughingly :
'I daresay .A luietus had trouhlt-sand lofses with
his flcks in old Thef.-aly, as I have here, and 1
(hall be glad to have an A j polio to aid me ; but
there is no Alccttis on this lonely iland."
Hut, you cannot call it lonely, with euch a
Iand-cae ! " exclaimed the youth with cnthu
ei;i.tD, rtretching cut his right hand before him ;
and pointing towards the lovely verdant vales,
that now burst on their view, as they reached
the creel of the ridge, aud began to descend to
the interior rlains which formed the vast crater
floor of tbe island.
The ranchero cantering gently down the eav
grade of the elope, and carelessly untwisting a :
witch lock in the mane of bis horse, epoke in an
undertone, as it were communing with himself, i
No, it is not lonely here. rnend, in the busy
world abroad, commisseraie the burial of a man
in such a retreat. But such hills and glades
are companions and instruction; and such a round,
ftnooth, green smiling valley, gladdens the heart
like the speaking, kindly expression ol a good
rytiipathetic woman. "But here, we are at
iviole!" Exclaimed the ranchero, as they ap
proached a neat white painted cottage on the
edge of the sweet valley, with eheep pens, shear
ing house, and other evidences of a sheep
station.
Some natives along with two young white
men were grouped together in a lane leading to
the dwelling. One of these young men.a slender,
well formed youth, dressed in full vaquero cos
tume ; heavy corded sombrero, woolen 6birt,
scarlet silk sash, cord pants, tanned 6heep-skin
ieggings and heavy spurs with rowels an inch
and a hall long, that clanked at his heels, as be
walked, bad made a critical, severe, and silent
ourvey of the straDger, and going close to the
ranchero, said iu an undertone.
Father, I don't think your new man, with
the kid gloves on will be worth shucks."
HONOLULU,
Susiiuss (CarUs.
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and General Commission
Merchants.
WIIOI.KSALK DKAI.KItS IN
WINES. ALES AND SPIRITS,
7
HONOLL'LL, H. I-
R'jBT. LkWERS.
C. M. COOKK
LEWERS & COOKE,
(iurcesnnrs lo Lewehs A: Dick)
D
K A I.KKS IS lifMBEK A M BL ILUIXO
aui Materials. Fort fclret.
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
m. TTll li V V. V AM) COl'NSKhhOK AT
LAW. Special attention paid to the nriruliatinp of
Loan, Conveyancing anil all matter appertaining to k.'i
r.ntatr.
OTAKV I'l'UMC nntl
Commissioner of Heeds for tbe States of ew York
and California.
OH ICK: No. 9 Kaahiiuianu ?t.
Hn.Ni'Ll'Lr, n. I.
au-Jl 80
J. M. DAVIDSON,
. TTIIIIVl'V T l.V.
UrtVe . .No. L'T Merchant Street, (over V- W. Clark's
Jewelrv Emtiliitiliieiit.) Honolulu. " v
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
TTORXKV AXIX'Ol'XSEbOK AT LAW.
Will urin.l the Term of Cnurt on the other Islan.lit
M'.ney to lend on Mortgages c.f Kreeholil. I T OK KICK, No.
Jl M-rrhanl Street, 2 doors from lr. Staneenwald S.
my 15 80
CECIL BROWN,
ATTOKNKV AM) COrXSEI-OK AT I,AV.
'. NIITAKV 1'L BLIC and Agent ror taking ackhowiwik
n.Mi r Instrument for tl.e Island of Oahu.
.No. i Kaahiimanii Street, Honolulu, II. I. fc'.J
CASTLE & HATCH,
VTTOKXKVS AT IYI W.-W. R.l'ASTLK,
NOTARY l'1'BI.IC.
Will attend all the Court of the Kingdom. Particular :rt
tiitiii paid to the negotiati-in of Loans. Conveyancing. Col
lecting, etc. 1J- M't.rv ! Loan on Mortgage Or'KICK .
37 K..rt Mreet. ..er Uilliivhara IV. Honolulu Hawaiian
Islands. jal' 80
BENJ. H. AUSTIN,
CiorsKi,ioR a r law. xo. i a. kaa-
HUMA.NU ST. n:29 80
JOHN W. KALUA,
T1C)RXKV AXI (Ol'XSELLOR AT
LAW.
Agent lo lake acknowledgments of instruments for the
Island of Maui. Al Agent to take acknowledgments for
Labor Contracts for the District of Wailuku. fp4 ly
CHAS. T. GULICK,
NOTARY PUBTjIC,
A
(JKXT TO TAKE ACKNOWLKDUMKNTst TO
LAHOK CONTKACT5 and
General Business Agent.
mnce in Mskce's Illork, corner Queen and Kaahumanu
Streets. Honolulu. apll-io ly
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
UKXT
TO TAKE A t'KXO W LKIIfJ
t merits to Contracts lor Labor.
Interior Office. Honolulu
sell Cm
WILLIAM AULD,
AtJEXT TO TAKE ACKNOWLEDUM EXTS
lo Csntrarts for Labor in th- District of Kona, Island of
Oahu. at the Ortite of the Honolulu Water Works, foot ol
Nuu inu S.reet. jal 81 ly
CHULAN & CO.,
IMPORTERS OF A X l I E A L. E R S I X
CHINA OOODS
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds of Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on hand, a superior quality of Hawaiian Kice.
ol N'uuai.u Street, Honolulu. 79
" ALLEN & STACKPOLE, '
KAWAIHAK HAWAII.
tVH'L fOXTIXCE THE GENERAL,
MERCIIANDISK and 6HIPfISG BUSINKS at the
above port, where they are prepared to furnish tbe 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 80)
G. W MACFARLANEl: Co.,
IMPORTERS AXO COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Robinson's Fire-proof Building, yueeti St., Honolulu. II. 1.
iGR.St j FOB
The Puuloa Sheep Ranch Company,
The Spencer Plantation, llilo.
The Waikapu Plantation,
Huelo ciugar Mill,
Mirrlees, Tait &. Watson's Sugar Machinery.
John ilay & Co's Liverpool and London Packets
a2( The Glasgow and Honolulu Line of Packets. S0
M. McINERNY,
IMPORTER AXO DEALER IX CL.OTI1.
M. 1SG. Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and every description of Gent's Superior
17 .. . : - Y : 1 1 1 . J- Hwr.lrwrra fc!n 1 " .. 1 , 1,
always on hand.
N. K. Corskr of Fort and Merchant Strkets. jalO 60
C. AF0NG,
M PORTER, WHOLESALE AND RKT.Uli
m.
Dealer in General Merchandise
Fire-proof Store. Nuua-
nu street.
ja3 80
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
M PORTERS AXO WHOLESALE DEAL-
1. ers in Clothing. Bwits. Shoes. Hats, Men's furnishing am
filrt UooJj. fnol5 79) No. 11 Kaahumanu St.. Honolulu
BROWN t CO.,
M PORTERS AND DEALERS I.N
I
A LES
WIN Ed AND SPIRITS. AT WHOLESALE.
9 Merchant Street, nl 79 Honolulu, II. I .
A. S. CLEGH0RN & Co.,
IMPORTERS AMI WHOLESALE
A N I)
M. RETAIL DEALERS IN
General Merchandise,
Corner Queen and Kaahamana St. ocA 79
CLAPS ."FRKCKElJi.
WM. O IRWIN.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
jy3 80
HONOLULU, II. I.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AM) COMMISSION" MER
CHANTS. Corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. mhl3 80 ly
S. ROTH,
ERt'H ANT TAILOR. 38 FORT
ST.
SO
Honolulu, 11. I.
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
GROCERV AXD FEED STORE.
Corner of King and Fort Streets.
o4 79 Honolulu. II. I.
A. W. BUSH,
GROCER AXO PROVISION DEALER,
family Grocery ami Feed Store.
XT Orders entrasted to me from the other islands will be
promptly attended to. 52 Fort Street. Honolulu. SO
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
IMPORTER AXO HEALER IN GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
ao2s Queen Street,
Honolulu.
80
JAS. GAY,
SURVEYOR. WA1MEA. HAWAII.
N. B. Surveys of importance on other Islands attended
to. ja3 'SO tf
WONG LEONG & CO.
Corner of Xuuanu and Marine Slrrrta,
Honolulu. II. I. Dealers in Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots
and hoe. Hats and Caps, Fancy Goods, etc. Have also
constantly on band, Hawaiian Rice in quantities to suit. Also
China Choice Tet, China Seine Twine, China Silk Hand Iter
chiefs and Sashes, etc.
Oirners of Moanui Sugar Plantation, Molokai
A genl Kailua Rice Plantation, Ksopa Rice Plantation,
id Palaioa Rice Pntatlon. jtlv 80
X
jr.
mmm;
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
3usiiuss Carts.
EST A HMSIIEO
H. K. WHITNKV.
J. W. ROBKRTSON.
WHITNEY & ROBERTSON,
(Successors to 11. M- Wbitucy.)
,M ITI(; AX1I MAXI'FACTLRIXC
I stationers. News Dealers. Publishers, and Book binders
N. s. ia and 1 Merchant Street, Honolulu, II. I. Jala ly
DR. BRODIE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON.
(.Graduate of McGUl College, Montreal.)
Ollire Js. ReMilriirc, 12 Fori Slrt-cl.
OfKrt Hour from 8 to 10 A- JM-;2 to 4, and 7 to 8 P. M
ttr- XIGIIT HtLU XI juasiy
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
Can be consulted at his Residence on Hotel street,
between Alakea and Fort streets.
se4
A. C. STAND ART, M. D.,
MAKAWAO, MAUI.
(jyi" 80)
E. H. THACHER.
XX X S O O XX J9 O XX t i s t .
w-k t'xr-r f . nrnnE. 14 1-2 Fori Sire
I I ,',evi d. or nbove Dickson's Photograph Gallery. nl8 ly
DR. NEILSON,
PIIVSU'IAX AM) SURGEON. OFFICK
in Knrt Street, near David Burrows.
iy Especial attention t;ivcn to Diseases of the Eye, Earjind
Throat. "J "
E, COOK WEBB, M. D.,
II o xxx o oo xo . lx s t: .
W ATE CHIEF OF STAFF IIOMECEPA-
Li TI1IC HOSPITAL. Ward's Island, N. Y. Office. 60
Fort street. Special attention to diseases of woiin and chil-
drET Olllc IIoiir-L'ntil 10 A. M..2 to 4 V. M.
iny29 ly qr
HONC QUON & LEE ONC,
AUTHORIZED GOV'IYIT SHIPPING AGENTS
OF
Laborei's lor Plantations,
OR OTHER KINO OF LAtORER.
Offices at No. 38 Kin street, below the Station House, on
opKsite side of the street, jat jy
Itterlnmtal.
WM. FENNELL.
(Successor to P. Dalton)
. 92 Iiiig stroot.
IsTo
Al)l)I.K .
II A K N ESS I A K E R n n.l 1
5 iorterof LKATHKK and SADDLKR 3 IIAHUn AKK
All work done in my establishment is under my direct
supervision, and I will use my best endeavors to please my
customers, ft y tiive me a call. feO '81 ly
W. E. FOSTER,
SADDLER and HARNESS MAKER,
Ig-rl Fort Htreet. next dooi to T. Lack,
i Hahnbss aso adplks Cosstantlt on Hand.
XT Orders from the other Islands promptly attended to. JZZ
ap;i-80 ly
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Horse Shoeing,
Osi i-i-is lire? Woi'Ii, Sco.
a3 ('hop on Kinz street, next to Castle it Cooke. 80
S. M. WHITMAN,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
King Street, near Bethel, Honolulu.
o
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
Horse-Shoeing& Carriage Work
jy3 80
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. BRIDGE. HOl'SE. AXD
Heavy Waon Work. Moulding Bitts, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made fur the trade on reasonable terms.
Wayonsfor Traction Jfnyincs,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fittings, a sptciality.
All Orders Promptly Attended to and
Work Guaranteed.
U Shop on the Esplanade, in the rear o" Mr. Geo. Lucas'
Planing Mill. juS 80
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
Xo. OO King Street, opposite Station House.
ULACKSM 1TIIING of all kinds done to order with
promptness.
HORSESHOEIXG SPECIALTY, " "O'k done
warranted to give satisfaction, anc I guarantee to stop
over-reaching and interfering horses, or no charges made.
CARRIAGE REPAIRIXG done at SHORT NO
TICE, and at
15 E ID ROCK PRICES
For o s II .
oc0 3m GIVE ME A CALL.
THOMAS LACK,
3Vt A. 3 XX IUI8T
NO. 40 I ORT STREET,
VV V LOCK, LI'S it GENERAL REPAIR LIVE
lie will pve special attention to cleaning, repairing and reg
alatins Sewing Machines, and all other kinds of Lipht Machinery
and Metal Work of every description, lilnr ksiult king, &
ALSO. ON II AND AND FOR SALE CHEAP,
A Variety of Sewing Machines,
Cans, Pistols, Shot. Anmanition,
MACHINE OIL, NEEDLES, &c., Ac.
Sewing Machine Tuckers, Hinders, and all other extra and
duplicate parts of Machines supplied on short notice
XT Best Machine Twist. Jd
?OLB AOKST IS THIS KISODOM FOR
The Florence Sewing Machine, from $40 to 130.
W hite dewing M ichine. from $45 to $75.
Home Shuttle Sewing Machine. $19 to $35.
Including all extru. jal 81
THOMAS TAN N ATT,
No. 83 Fort St , oppn.ite E. O. Hall & Son. Honolulu.
WATCHES. CLOCKS. JEWELRY
7vV. and r'INE MACHINERY carefully re-
XT Orders from the Other Islands promptly at-
jaM 80
tended to.
C. SEC'ELKKN. Qm KJiGLISG.
C. SECELKEN & CO.,
NO. 5 NCCANU STREET,
Dealers in Stoves and Ranges,
Tin, Sheet Iro'n & Copperware !
KKKP COSSTISTLT OS HaSD
A FULL ASSORTMENT OP TINWARE
Galvanized Iron and Lead Pipe,
apl9 80 India Rnbler Dose, &c, kt.
S. MAGNIN,
IMPORTER and JOBBER
OF
STAPLE and FAXCY GOODS, CLOTHING, BOOTS.
SHOES, if.
At Great Eastern Store. 62 oFlJ Street.
HONOLULU. mar'. 51 ly
1
7,
MARCH 12, 1SS1.
E. B. THOMAS,
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER
1JARTHXLAR ATTENTION PAII TO
hettin i-team Builers. Furnaces. Baker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kindsof Heatins Apparatus. Also. Varie"t. d
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be e.v-cu-
leu promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Address through the r(JSt onire 7 so
HARRISON & PEDDLER,
Illllt h A M STOXE MASONS A NO COX-
lit ACTORS AND BL'ILDbRtS,
King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gihbs,
ARE PREPARED
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work
special attention piven to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Chimnies, Foundations
a.nu visierns DUUl, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would do well to
entrust us with business in our line. We wish the public to
uuuersiann mat all work done by us is guaranteed to give
laiibiacuon. jyl7 80
TIIOSS. 15. AAyVT.Ivi:ii
Contractor and Builder,
PARTICULAR ATTENTION" PAID
to the setting of all kinds of Steam Boilers, Furnaces,
Ovens and Ranges, Brick or Stone Chimneys, any
height: Composition Monuments and Head stones.
marble or granite. XT Satisfactory References given when
required. Address V. O. ja3I SO
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
X IU I TNT,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
Artifirlal Stoue Sidewalks Laid,
Cementing iu all Us Bramlies,
AVIiiteninsr, Caloniiuiur and Jobbing
Promptly attedded to
Asbestos Steam Pipe aud Coiler (oteiin;:.
Done in the best manner and by experienced workmen.
As to ability to perform work in our line, we beg to refer the
public generally to the residences of His Ex. Sani'l O. Wilder,
II. II. Ruth Reehkolani and Hon. C. 11. JiMd.
XT Leave Orders at S. D. Burrow's Planing Mill, Fort st.
sel9 3m
A. A. MONTANO,
PHOTOGRAPHER ,t DKALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Picture Frames, Mats and Velvet Cases.
Corner of King and Fort St., Honolulu.
oi-2
J. II. W1CKE,
Cabinot TVT , Is. ox-,
ALAKEA STREET.
ONE DOOR BELOW HOTEL STREET.
Furniture of all descriptions made and repaired at reason
able rates. Good workmanship guaranteed.
ap-JG 80
C. WEST,
Wagon and Carriage Builder, J and To' KingSt.
Honolulu. ( ja'24 80) Island orders promptly executed.
1
WM. JOHNSON,
Merrhnut Tailor.
Fort Street, Honolulu. - Hawaiian Islands.
ap2G 80
BUILDER,
Steam Boilers,
Furnaces,
AND
Ranges Set,
BRICK and STONE WORK
Done on reasonable terms.
Address 187 Nuuanu Avenue, or through the Post Office,
(niyl 6m)
C 1 1 x . G-ert
8 FORT STREET.
Importer and Dealer in
Gents', Ladies' & Children's Shoes,
HAS
JUST RECEIVED
A GREAT VXRIETY OF
Boots, Shoes & Slippers
ALSO
Ladies' White Kid Button Boots.
HIGGINS & JESSETT,
N0S. 50 & 52 KING STREET,
WOULD INFORM THEIR PATRONS
and the general public, that they have formed a Co
partnership for the purpose of carrying on the business ol
Carriage Building,
Trimming,
Varnishing,
Harness Making,
A nd have engaged the services of
First-Class AVorkmen
FROM SAX FRANCISC O:
Who are Thoroughly Acquainted vith all the
details of
Trlininiris,
Varxilsli.ixig,
Harness 1VXa1xlxis;
We are Prepared to Furnish
EXCELLENT WORK
AT
Treasonable IPi'icessj,
AXD IT WILL FAY TO
GIVE US -A. CALL.
(jal 81 ly)
UNION SALOON,
E. S. CL'XHA PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c
spa ow
HOMESTEADS, HOMESTEADS !
EH' O
FOR SALE IX LOTS TO SUIT PURCHAS
ERS, situated on Beretania, King, Young, Victoria. Lu-
nalilo and Kinau Streets, Kutaokahua Plains. No healthier
climate, GOOD ROADS, PLENTY OF WATER, THE BEsT
OF SOIL, BEAUTIFUL SCENERY, AND PURE AIR.
XO TARO PATCHES.
XT Terms to Ssit T-.trchasers. Apply to
ftri If
H. J. AONE'T.
WHOLE NO. 1293.
insurant Caris.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
OF LONDON AND F. I) I N It V lUi II .
EsfTA liLISHED, 109
CAPITA L 2,OOO.lMM
Arriiinuliiictl and I u -.i-l Fiiml. 1 ,0!l7.'i I s
'lIIE I'M) K RSIfi E I HAVE KEEN A P
PulNTED AGENTS lor the Sandwich Islands, and are
authorised : Insure against Fire upon favorable terms.
Risks taken in anv part of the Islandson Stonk ind W oon-
K.v Iiuildini;s,and Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Houses
and Furniture. Timber. Coals. Ships in harbor with or without
cargoes or under repair.
ap3 80 ED. HJFFpCHLAEOER Jk CO
UNIOKT
Fire and lYIarine Insurance Co.
OF NEW ZEALAND.
CAPITA L.
iio.ooo.ooo.
IIAVIXK EST A ItLISH EI AX AGEXCV
II al Honolulu, lor the Hawaiian Islands, the undersigned
are prepared to accept risks agiiinit Cre in dwellings, stores,
warehouses anil merchandise, on lavorable terms. Marine risks
on cargo, freights, bottomry, profits and commission.
Lonncn proinpily iiiljiiK'iI iiikI pii)nbl' ht-rr.
mli60 J. S. WALKER.
1 1 A M II I" RCJ -M A G O E li I KCi
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF HAMISURtl.
Ill'ILIHXGS, MKKCII.WDISK, Kl KM-
M lure ami .Mueliinery insured :ivinist Kire on the mosl
lavoruiile terms.
JV. JAi:; 1-2I& Atrentfor the Hawaiian Islands.
ja:; so
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS., GO.
OF WIXTERTIU'R.
I 1 1 E U XI E R S IC J X E O A R K A U T 1 1 0 1 1 1 1. E I )
TO INSURE
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
From Honolulu,
TO ALL PA 117S OF THE WOIlI.lt
AM UPON
COASTERS. II V SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the most Favorable Terms.
J. S. WALKER,
AKent for the Hawaiian Islands.
d!3 79
Fire Risks on Cane Fields.
I
MIE I'XOEItSIC; XEO. AGENTS for I lie
l.MOX II III: AM) MA KINK IXSlIiAMK tOMr'Y
Of New Zealand are authorized to accept Fire Risks on Pu-
g;ir Crops in the Held.
For particulars, apply to
WM. O. IRWIN V CO.,
dO qr
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
domestic proUwrt.
METROPOLITAN MARKET,
WA LLE IC,
Pure Itred Aylesbury Ducks.
Kinu STREET. HONOLULU.
Home Fed Turkeys.
i.'i bu
FAMILY MARKET,
Of. WALLER, Proprietor,
HOTEL & UNION STREETS.
IIOICE MEATS FRO M THE FINEST
Herds. Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, kc. furnihhed to
Order. Shipping supplied on short notice. jyl9 8U
WAILUKU P0I FACTORY,
WEST QUA LITV OF PA I Al M ANUFACTUREO
fk3 constantly. All orders lilleit with dispatch.
K. II. IIAII.KY,
my5 80 Wailuku, Maui.
HONOLULU SOAP WOBKS.
Lt'loo, I I onolillu.
'Iio linxi ') of I In- above roiirern hiiviiix
been transferred to
AV Tt L J ST S ,
He hereby gives notice that the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. SOFT SOA P always on hand.
Will buy beef, mutton and soap grease, and solicits
consignments ol the same Ir'nn the other
jalO Islands. 80
HONOLULU STEAM BAKL.1Y !
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietors,
NUUANU STREET.
Ill LOT. .MEUII.M A.1 .-NAV1 BREAD,
Bl always on hand and made to order.
Also, II ater. Svda and Bailer Crackers,
JENNY LIND CAKES, lx.
SHIP BREAD RERAKEO on the shortest notice.
FAMILY BREAD, made of the West Flour, baked daily and
always on hand.
;Y. B. BROWN BREAD OF THE BEST QUALITY
ol 7'J
MANUFACTORY and BAKERY,
F. HORN,
Prarliral Confeitioner, Pastry Cook and Laker,
No. 75 Hotel street, between Nuuanu and Fort.
aplO 80 ly
NOTHING LIKE LEATHER !
'IMIE BOOT iiikI SHOE TRADE. SA DOLE
1 and Harness Makers, Planters and others using Leather
are herebp informed that I am now prepare to supply Eeuther
t
MY OWN MANUFACTURE !
And which I guarantee to he of the very best material
and workmanship, consisting of:
Harness, Skirting, Saddle,
Sole, Upper, Kip. Puff, Morocco,
Calf, Sheep and Goat Leather.
1 am also direct Importer of
33est Oak Tanned Sole,
And all descriptions of Leather and Findings.
As my business ia conducted on a CASH BASIS. I
am enabled to offer on the most f ivorable terms to my custo
mers, and my prices are such as defy competition.
ja29 HIGH M A CK A V, No. 20 Kind st.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or EuroT.an
Plan.
THE RESTAURANT
Is an Adjunct to the Hotel.
Rooms with Board....
Rooms with Board
Rooms without Board.
..Two Dollars and a Half per day
Three Hollars per day
.One Hollar per day and upwards
Cottages in Connettion with the Hotel at Spetial
Uates.
auT A. HERBERT. Proprietor.
JTJST EECEIVED,
A NEW LOT OF
HIOI.ASSKS BARRELS
ali And F r Sale by J. II. fcRCNd, Honolulu.
THE FACiriC
Cjommcrcial gihbcrte
I'UBLIiHED AT
Honolulu, Hawaiian Ie-land.
jru'e t'ie:iv.red i-N.-:;iaf-il
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Half Column
Whole Column IS 0 "n 00 CO. 75 00 100 00.10 00
XT Advertisers residing in the Eastern United States, can
pay for their card by er.ciofinif Greenback or United I?lts
Postace tan.ps f r such amount as they wish to pay and thlr
cards will be in?erti-.l an per above table, for the time paid for.
XT Business Card?, when rRKPAin roa A TIA, are
allowed a discount Irom these rates, which are for transient
advertisements when paid or chiir(jed quarterly.
Sinple copies r f tt..- Auvkhti k. Ten Cents ; when charged
Fifteen Cents; by the d z n.Une Hollar.
Contrnctov ami J3nilcler,
Honolulu
l M1111
Planing
3jlxA.JL. Xi u?
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, II. I.
Manul.t) lures all kinds ol
MonldinRS, Dnukrtx, imlow I'rames, Saslie, Uoori
Winds and all kinds oMVooduoiL finish.
TlinXIXG AXI SVllOLL SAW1XU.
All kinds of
Planing anil Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Pl:iti, Sccili'iiliwii. Drliillctl Drnwlngi
anil t'wiinuiii'M fnrnili-l upou A p pi Ir ni ion.
OK DICKS I'KOMITLY ATTENDED,
and W'urU Ciinr.inteed.
Orders from the i'tln r I l:i ml k solicited,
jal ly
PANTHEON STABLES!
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor,
coi:x:i: rorr i- iiotf.l ,s'7x,
IIDMIbl l.l .
fa
T O XJ -jEZ. ISTS
And i.iImh w i-diru: '.- 1 , 1 1 - I I.tm . (fur Ladies or (Jentl. nirn )
Carrisi".'!- Hurses, t-1 1 1 ! or Honble Temns, fcc, can be furnish
ed with the m.i lie- .it iinv tt 1 1 r ol tin- d.iy oi night.
JI'ST R ECU I V ED a lur;r find roomy
Flllil IIIIIISE I'LEilSliRE WAGOX,
':lt:llt.- of I'onif. .rl ilii v ii'.-i .in imt.l.'il ilirr l.li'.l Wll rfl IIHrlll-H wlttll.
- "I--- --.--r. - ,
ini; to visit the I'uli, iiiltilii, Kiipiilnnm. or
other points ni inli r---t on lie- Island. Competent Driver
lurni-lieil when ib-Mred
I'artiriil.ir ran- ami :itieiiiini i-iv- n I ) tin- boiirding of horses
by the day, week or month.
No overcrmviliiiL'. in inv t;ibe has c iiiaeitv lor comfortably
stabling fifty bur--.
Reasonable Rat- -i ind .-' ili-f.ic lion ( ;uai"inleed in all trans-
anions with inc.
Ciivt; Me a, Call !
TxIslo IMotico !
J. O. LANE'S
ZKEARB3S: WORKS,
iiLTiii i. .-ii!i:i;j, m:ar kinij.
VlAfJ U FACTU RERS
or
mom mi:ms.
ii!:istou:, TOM us,
tai:l;ts. mi:i:i.i: mantkls,
WlKHvmii TOPS, aod
Tiling in White & Black Marble,
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE T' order at the
Lowes! Tos.--il)lc3 R:itc.
Moniiiiicnt', ,-ii;(l Hrad-loncs (e;iii'i! mid ItrsH.
t 4- Or,. r from tl.e other Nlatiils promptly attended In.
S CO,
OU'EK FDR S. E.
Geo. Goulet Champagne !
the
llvsi in tUv MnvKvt
VERV SI l'EKIOR
BURGUNDY. HOCK WINES,
CLARETS, SHERRY & PORT
CIN, in Large Class Bottles!
lability, VERY CiOoD-, and in ."uiuli Rottlen,
Quality, Nuf M I tiOOD.
ALL WI ALITim
Bourhon Whislicy !
All Lralols Known in the Market.
OHLE WHISKEY !
In II -tt: ami Hulk, All Ormbn.
In Iiii ii ml .' Ma.
ROCHESTER BEER,
Smtr ol N-vr Vurli, !
SALVATOR BEER,
From 1'liiriiKo.
PIG BRAND PORTER !
In Pinla nml llunrli.
i
Wm. Rankin & Son's Celebrated
SCOTCH WHISKEY,
Edward J. Burko's
IRISH WHISKEY,
WALTX3IIS'
SCHIEDAM SCHNAPPS !
Hcnncssy's & Brandy,
o!6 4c.,.,itc.,4c
ROYAL HOTEL,
...,nnr flTtUVI
fSTAIILiISIIEl Iblil. iiuh b.1 "'''.
VAIJC!fVLIVL'ORlJlnMiMrtfl. 4T C4HH PRICE.
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