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VOL. XXVI-NO. 51.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. JUNE 17, 1SS2.
WHOLE NO. 1359.
THE PACIFIC
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always u very acceptable.
XT Persona reoidinir in any part of the United States
ran remit the mnounl of subscription daea for these
paper In American stamp.
IT Communication ihoaM be addreed. and accoanta
paid, t y. U. HAYsKLDKN. Manager for the
HACIUnc COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER COMPANT.
The Palace Furniture.
T'rom the Jioton Herald, we take the
following account of the furniture, etc.,
which is hein? made in that city for His
Majesty the King.
King Kul ik:ui;i, after visiting many of
the principal furniture warehouses of the
country, was impressed with the fact that
the most beautiful upholstering and carved
work that came unKrhis inspection were
from IJoston, and he decided to place his
order for furniture with the firm of A. II.
Davenport & Co. The carryiug out of the
work wa, however, left entirely to the
judgment of Coi. Judd. The above named
linn was given instruction to construct 225
pieces of furniture, as designated by specifi
cations. A visit to the warerooms of Da
venport & Co., discovered the royal decora
tions to be in an advanced stage of comple
. tion and nearly ready for shipment. It Is
propo-jed to have the articles ready to be
sent out alout the 1st of June.
DKSCItll'TION OF DKCO RATIONS.
Ilieg'iatid reception or throne room will
be decorated in red and gold. At its north
ern extremity is a dais about 12 inches high,
and here will oe located two throne chairs.
- They are Gothic in style, beautifully carved,
and the wood work heavily laid in gold, of
two prettily-contrasting shades. The up
holstering is in led silk brocade. There
will be 12 other cliaira in this room, simi
larly gi Ided and upholstered as the throne
chair, but of much smaller dimensions.
Over the dais, supported by a burnished
rod, will be a canopy of red brocade, orna
mented with massive fringe of the same
shade. In tiie middle of this room will be
placed a large circular sofa, covered with
satin brocade. The centre pin of this will
be surmounted by a beautiful china vase,
with flowers. The windows will be draped
in heavy red brocatelle, with bars and
ring-. The cornices are elaborately carved,
very deep, completely gilded and each sur
mounted by a crown and two spears. Against
the walls three massive pier mirrors will be
placed their dimensions being 12x6 feet,
the frames of which are rich in carving and
told.
THE AUDIENCE ROOH.
This apartment will be tastefully, though
not as elaborately furnished as the throne
room. The sofas and chairs are of highly
polished and artistically-carved walnut, up
holstered in blue embossed mohair plush of
a dt-lieate tint. Heavy fringe of the same
shade is used as a trimming. The windows
will be hung in the same material as the
upholstery, and the curtains from brass
rings. In this room will be located a cabi
net, 12 feet long and 10 feet wide, in which
will be placed such curiosities as the King
may collect- There will also be two side
tables for bric-a-brac.
The library is to be furnished with one
large table, K feet long and 5 feet wide, and
12 chairs of the Klizabethan style, covered
with maroon colored morocco. The wood
is of dark cherry, oiled, in the manner
known to the trade bs dead finish. There
are two windows in this room, and the cur
tains are of Turkish maroon satin.
The music room will contain acentre sofa
six chairs and a mnsic rack of the Kliza
bcthan style, iu black ebony, all richly
carved, the upholstering bein in old gold
mohair satin. The curtains are hung on
eIatHratvly carv d ebony poles, and are of
the same material as the furniture trim
mini;41. FOR THE KINO'S ROOM
a most e!alorate suit of Gothic furniture is
beinj? made which comprises one very
beiutifully carved bedstead, fitted with
ebony and gold mouldings, the canopy and
bed curtains being of blue satin delaine and
heavily ornamented with costly fringes;
also two wardrobes, two dressing tables of
m ttnmoti dimensions, 12 chairs, lounges,
ete., the coverings being of blue satin de
laines. All the furniture in this room, with
the exception of the bedstead, is of ebony,
abounding in a wealth of the most beautiful
and elaborate carvings. There are nine
windows, the drapery of which is blue
satin, hung on ebony poles.
The Queen's apartments are similar to
the Kins's, except that the draperies will
be of rvd satin delaine, and the woodwork
of mahogany, beautifully slashed with gold.
The two guests' rooms will be furnished,
one with a suit of cherry upholstered in
blue cretonne, and the other with a suit of
oiled walnut, covered with ground cretonne.
The number of pieces in these apartments
will be a duplicate of what the King's room
will contain.
For the dining-room a Gothic suit in oiled
oak is shown, it consists of two large arm
chairs for the Kinc and Queen, which are
elegantly carved ; 50 dining chair, one half
covered with brown and the other half with
maroon moroco of the best Knglish make ;
three sideboards of exquisite finish and de
.1ii and a curiously constructed dinner
wa 'on. The st-ven windows in this room
are3drapel in Turkish maroon satin.
The furniture for the lower hall is of oiled
walnut, richly uphotstered in gray mohair
plush. It is of Gothic style ami displays
the finest of workmanship and a lively
taste. It consists of two lounges, two sofas
and 12 chairs. ... ,.
The upper hall will be supplied with a suit
of walnut, also in Gothic style, upholstered
in Turkish maroon morocco. The pieces
are two verx. large cabinets for curiosities,
an extension table, sofas and chairs. This
suit is completed, and reflects great credit
upon the designer and artisan.
The "rand chamberlain's room is having
prepared for it a beautiful suit of oiled wal
nut, to be cov red with green leather. The
pieces consist of a lounge, two tables and 12
chairs, the carving of which is elaborate
and beautiful. .
The carpets, owing to the adviceof a well
known dealer in this city, were purchased
In Kngland, as was aU the china service,
and tbe-e are all that our competitors on
the other shore of the Atlantic have fur-nl-hed
for the new palace. All the more
common furniture, cooking utensil:?, etc.,
were purchased iu .San Francisco.
Another Artesian Well.
A fin streatu rf clrar cool wutor was struck at
the wH Lviri lrel f.r Dr. McGrew ou the
Hotel prmis". at 11 a.m.. Saturday. Thw
sN-.iru whistle t;:ive ioti.i? of the tmccess cf the
i irf'rs, .ii;d tpiite cr-wJ withered to g.ize anJ
word.T at the bt'.ntifal jet d'raa.
Tli tl w as it i.-isnrd trom tL mouth of the
rip 5 an 1 i inch diameter rose to a height
of. thirWn iiu hr . ami maintained this volnme;
carrying out the theory of a general head, for all
the wriU bored in the vi.initr of Honolulu. The
elevation of this one is about tvreiity-two fett
above the ssa level, and there has been fitted to
the top of the well tube a pipe, three inches in
diameter, from which the jet rises some five or
six feet. At the base of this pii there are four
crew cap to which, supply pipes can be fitted,
these enabling the well to furnish fire streams of
water. We cor.gTatulate Dr. McGrew upon his
snccesj.
JOHN RUSSELL,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
SO. 32 M KKCI1 NT STREET. CORNER Of FORT ST.
IrlA 1 dmjl
RICHARD F. BICKERTON,
Attorney and Counselor at Law.
MOSEY to LEX II oa MOSrtitCES of FREEHOLDS.
TT OFFICE. SO. 40 M KRf," II A NT STdKKT. mm
my li 60
CECIL BROWN.
4 TTORNKT ASIOI OIXNELOR AT L.AW.
Nf ITARV PUBLIC anl f.tking Aekaowledg-
mrou of Inatrumenti for the ll-od of Oaha.
o. 8 KaAbuaiiina Street, ll'tnnlalu. II. I.
fr2 80
WILLIAM 0. SMITH,
Attorney sit IsivW,
XO. 30 MERCII I.VT STREKT.
HONOLULU.
3. M. DAVIDSON,
Attoriaoy Xja.xtct'.
o2d Ijrr drnyl 21 .Mrnhnnl Slrrrl.
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
1.M I'ORTKKS AM WHOLESALE IIKAL.
er la ClottiioK. Bota, Shoe. Hats, Men's FMrotshitic; and
Fancy Goods. (jnlOl) No. 11 Kaahumaoo St.. Uooolala
dinyl
JAMES M. MONSARRAT,
TTORNKV AND COUNSELLOR AT
Um. LAW. Special altemioo pnid to the ocKotialiDjf of
Loans, CoaTeyaocing and all mailers appertaining to Real
Katate.
.VOTARV PL' It LIC and
Coraraisslonf r of htr ds for the States of .Xrw York
and California.
OFFICE : No. 27, Merchant St.
hojtolclc, h. I. jaol 81
JORh W. KALUA,
TIORXKV AMI COUNSELLOR AT
L A V .
Agrnt to take acknowledgments of inntranienls for the
Island of Maui. AUo Agent to t ike acknowledgments for
Labor Contracts fur the L'istrict of Wailuku. jnl 81 ly
JOHN S. McGREW, M. D.,
LATE KUItGEON XJ. AltMY,
Can be consulted at bis ReiJeace on Hotel street,
day 1 1 between AUkea and Fort streets. janl 81
E. H. THACHER.
I u r g o o n X o 21 1 s t .
o
E.VTAL OFFICE. 11)1 1-2 Fart Street,
next 4 or above Dickson's 1'hotograph Gallery. jal81
S. M. CARTER,
AltMit to tnko AoknowlcdKment
to ContcacU t-r Labor. OUice, P. M. S . Uock. Tele
phooe. N. 41. dmyl
H. E. McINTYRE & BROTHER,
QROCERV
aol 81 dm j 8
A. NO FKKU JtTORK.
Corner of King and Fort streets.
Honolulu. II. I.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
IMPORTER ANI COMMISSION MER
CHANTS. Corner ol Fort and Merchant Streets. janl 81 ly dmyl
OBT. Ltrill c. M. COOKS
LEWERS & COOKE,
(Soceessors to Lkwiu It Dicssosj
D
EALERS IN LC.MUKR AM) Bt'lLUINO
aaT Material. Fort Street.
81
CLaca Bpaacaau
an. a. lawia.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Sugar Factors and Commission Agents,
Janl 81 IIOXOLL'LC. II. I.
G. W. MACFARLANE & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MER
CHANTS, Kobinaon'a Fire-prof Building, yut-eo St., Honolulu, II. I.
itiiti roa
Tbe Toaloa Sheep Ranch Cnnipaoy,
The tpencer Plantation. Ililo,
The Waikapa I'Untation,
lluelo Huifar Mill.
Mirrlees, Tait At Watson's Sugar Machinery.
John Hay ft Co's Lieruxj and London Packets
al'Sl dmyl The Glasgow mad Honolulu Line of Packets
A. S. CLEGHORN k Co.,
IMPORTERS ANO WHOLESALE AND
RKTAIL DEALERS IN
General Merchandise,
Corner Queen and Kaahuinanu Sis. lanl 81
BROWN k CO.,
M PORTERS AND DEALERS IN ALES
WIN Ed AND SPIRITS, AT WHOLKSALK.
9 Merchant Si reet, IjanlSl) Honolulu. II. I.
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
GENT TO TAKE 4CKNOWLEDG-
meats to Contracts tor Lar.
Interior Office. Honolulu. janl 81
WONG LEONG k CO.
Cararr af Nuunau and Marine Streets.
Honolulu. II. 1. Dealers in Dry Uoods, Clotbing, Boots
and thon. Hats and Caps. Fancy Uoo.!, etc. line also
rooslantly on hand, Hawaiiau Ki-e in quantities lo suit. Also
China Choice le, China rwine Twine, Chita Silk Ilandker.
chiefs and Sanheii. etc.
Owners Mo-inui Swjar Plantation. Mulokai
A j; -Kailua Kice Plantation, Kaopa Kice Plantation
and I'aiama Rice Plantation. j10 81
M. McINERNY,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING, Boots, Shoe. Hats, Cap. Jewelry, Perfumery,
Pocket Cutlery, and rery description of Gent's Superior
Furnishing Ooods. I T Benkert'a Fine Calf Dress Boots,
alwav on hand.
N.F. C.iaKr FT .o MacMT STatKT. janlSl
S. ROTH,
ERCIIANT TAILOR. 38 FORT ST.
iim Honolulu. II. I. 81
drojl
A. W. BUSH,
GROCER AND PRO ISlON DEALER.
K.mily Grocery and Feed Store.
XT Order entrusted to me Irotn the other island will be
promptly attended to. 32 Fort Street. Honolulu. Unl 81
WILLIAM AULD,
4 H E N r TO TAKE A CK N O W LEIXJ M ENTS
r to Cantrart lor Labor ia tbe District of Kona. Island of
000. at the O.Uce of the llooolu.u Water Works, foot ol
Nuu.no jjtet. jal 81 ly dmyl
TH03. J. HAYSELDEN,
AUCTIONEER. Kahnhs. Hawaii. Sales
of Real Ks:;e, .1 anJ fr-p rty of eeery description
attended to. Co-nioiisioos m-drraie. m) ly dmyl
CHAS. T. GDLICK,
jsr o t v. n publiIO,
AGENT TO TAKE ACKXOWI.EHGME.NT8 TO
x LABOR CJSrilAC li and
General Business Agent.
OlEce in Ma.ee's Bloca. enrnrr Uuen and Kaahumano
Street. Honolulu- janl-81 ly
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.,
Importers and Oereral Commission
Merchants!
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, ALES AND SPIRITS,
dayl HONOLULU, H. I. JaSl ly
JOSEPH E. WISEMAN,
REAL ESTATE BROKER. AND EM
PLOr.ME.VT Kl IlEAl, HOXOLLLL'.H I
Rent Rooms, CotUre. H-os-s.anl selli and leases Real
Estate in all parts ol the Kingdom KM Pl.OVM KNT found
for those asking work in all th: v&ri .us brauci.es of business
connected with these Islands.
rir LEO A I. Documents dr.wn. Rills Collected. Books
and Accounts kept and General otfice work transacted.
Patronage elolicired. .Commissions Moderate. ap9 Sl.ly. amy 1
F. A. SHAEFEIi & CO.,
Importers 1 Commission Merchants
HONOLULU, H. I.
apl ly
ESTAI1LISI1ED IS50,
J. W. ROBERTSON & CO.,
(Successors to II. M. Whitney.)
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING
rltaiioners. News Healers. Publ ahers. and Book binders.
N. 19 and 21 Merchant Street. Hono'ulu. H. 1. j15 ly 18
0. AFONG,
IMPORTER. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Dealer in General Merchandise Fire-proof Store. Nuua
no Street. ja3 81 dmly
g. C. ALLS.
M. P. KoBlSdOS.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
Ll'M BEK and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints. Oils, Nails. Ac, Kc.
AOKSITSI FOB SCBOIISKB3
KCLAMANC,
KKKALLUOIII
MARY ELLEN.
PA UAH I.
FAIRT QUEEN,
CILAMA
LKAIII.
ju9J Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. dmyl
PHOTOGRAPHS !
rmMiE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW PRE.
1 pared
To go to any part of the troop, and make First
Clats Photographs to Order,
Either Viewa or Portraita. Prices reasonable and good work'
only will he done.
apl5tfdmyl - II L. CH SE.
1
WM. JOHNSON,
.Merchant Tailor.
Fort Street. Honolulu. - Hawaiian Islands,
janl 81 dm;
LOUIS ADLEH,
BOOT & SHOE STORE!
13 Nunauu Slrrrt.
Next door to tba Honolulu Restaurant.
fel8 ly
C. C. COLEMAN,
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Horse Shoeing, -.Vr
Jan 1 Phop on King street, next to Cantle & Cooke.
81
THOMAS S0RENS0N.
Ship Carpenter, Spar Maker, and Caulker,
No- 9 Queen treet below Honolulu
Iron Woi ks;
Spars, Oak Plank of all s zs. Ship Knees, Oakum, Felt,
Copper Bolts, and Shea'hinjt Metal
const in'ly on hand.
FLAG POLES
Made to order, and placed in position.
my 20 tf
THOMAS TAN N ATT,
No. 83 Fort St., opposite E. O. Hall Son. Honolulu.
WATCHES, CLOCKS. JEWELRY
and FINE M C 1 1 1 E R V carefully re
paired in a workmanlike manner.
XT Orders from the Other Islands promptly at
tended to. jal 81
0. 0. BERGERr
No. KA AHUM ANU ST.. - HONOLULU.
FIRE PK00F, FIltK AMI BIRGLIR PROOF AXD
LURGL1C PROOF SAFES.
Ol all sixes. Bought S lid and Exchanged.
AGENT for the celebrated McNra'e fc Urban Safes, and
FAIRBANK'S SCALES.
Mayl-tf
WILLIArrl TURNER,
PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER,
LATE OP SAN FRANCISCO,
Has established himself at 8 8 KING ST.. opposite M
Bote's Carriage Factory.
FINK WATCH WORK
A SPECIALTY, and satisfaction guaranteed. Ap. 2, '81 ly
MAX ECKART,
3IAM FACTI BI; JEWFLFR and WATUIMAKFR,
IMPORTER OF DIMOND. GOLD AND
Platrd Jewelry and I'recious Stones.
Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
O.G K A AIIUM A NU STREET.
ap22 ly
CEO. S. HARRIS,
SHIP & GENERAL BLACKSMITH
SHIP WORK. H RIDGE. HOUSE. AND
lleay Wagon Work, Moulding Bills, Planing Knives,
Anchors and Anvils repaired. Goosenecks, Crank Axles
and Wagon Axles made for the trade on reasonable terms.
Wagons for Traction Engines,
ARTESIAN WELL TOOLS
With all their Fittings, a speciality.
All Orders lromptly Attended to and
Work Guaranteed.
XT Shop on the Esplaninle, in the rear of Mr. Geo. Lues
Planing Mill. ialSls
SAM. HAIllilSOX,
BRICK AND STONE M ASONS AND CON
TRACTORS AND BUILDERS,
King Street, Honolulu, with W. M. Gibbs,
ARE PREPARED
To Undertake all Kinds of Mason Work.
Special attention given to setting Ranges, Bakers Ovens
and all kinds of Cooking apparatus. Cnimnies, Foundations
and Cisterns built, etc., etc.
Plantation Owners and Superintendents would co well to
entrust us with buiness in our line. We wish the public to
understand that all work done by us is guaranteed to give
satisfaction. jan 1 81
CONCHEE & AHUNG,
IMPORTERS & GENERAL DEALERS
China Goods and Merchandise
OF LVKKY DESCRIPTION.
Always on Hand Sc lPox' Sale,
Orass Cloths, Chinese Crepes. Silk Handkerchiefs,
Dress Stiks in Oreat Variety, Lacquered Wire
Fancy W ork and Glove Boxes,
Ivoryi Tortoise. Shetland Sandle Wood Fans,
Tiger Claw Jewelry Set in Uold.
Camphor Wood Trnnka, Fine Ch'na Teas,
Rattan Chairs, China Ma'titig,
INTO. I HAWAIIAN RICE !
CT STORES at No. 109 Vauana and No. 8 8 Fort
Street. nolO ly
Tfasintss Slintrtisfnunts.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DRUGGISTS & TOBACCONISTS!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
59 Nnuanu Street. Honol.ilu lmr4'S2 ly
E. S. CTJNHA.
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
UNION SALOON,
.V THE REAR OF HAWAIIAN GAZETTE BUILD
IXQ, AO. 23 MERCHANT STREET.
jan 1 81
HAWAIIAN INVESTMENT & AGENCY
COMPANY.
(Limilefl.)
fOET LOANED ON FIRST-CLASS
.1 M Securities, for long or short periods Apply to
W. L. GRKK.N, Msniger, pro tern.
Office: Queen Street, over G. W. MACFAULANE & CO.
aug20.tr
H. C. CRABBE,
DRAYMAN,
OFFICE. Xo. 33 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
J. H. HARE, Manager.
Prompt and careful attention given to the
transportation of Merchandise and
Parcels to all parts of the city.
XT Telephone Number tlfJ.". Jd
mas2i tf dmyl
ijlfrtaniral.
N. F. BURGESS.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
SHOP, NO. 81, KINO STREET. OPPOSITE M.J. ROSE'S.
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON 1 LL KINDS OP
Buildings, when required; Offices and Stores fitted up
in the latest Eastern Styles.
REPAIRING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Hone in the best possible manner, and at reasonable rates.
UARDEN ORNAMENTS of all kinds mule toord-r. Saws
Hied and set. (
N. B. Persona attention will be given to the moving of '
kinds of buildings Having had experience in the Eastern
StHtea. I feel confluent I can give satisfaction to the most fas-
XT Orders left ttt my shop or resilience will receive prompt
attienton. Beat of references given.
Residence, 218 Kort Street, Honolulu.
Orders from the other islands rolicited.
ap 16, .
Contractor ancl Builder
s-
Honolulu
ESPLANADE, Honolulu, H. I.
Manufactures all kirn's ol
Mould! ugs, Cratkcts, Uindow Frames, Saslic g, Doors
Blinds and all kinds of Woodwork finish.
TURNING AND SCROLL SAWING.
All kinds of
Planing and Sawing,
Morticing and Tenoning.
Pln, Sprc ificatiaus, Ds'lnilril Urovisija
nad rslimntrs furniahrd iipoM Application.
Plnulnliuii Work of nil Hiuda, rilhrr in
Urlrk. '.Vo.d. I run or Slsnr Coualr uctioti
door i wnr!.ui tilike uiiinucr. lit
lllible !'.
ur.DElIS PROMPTLY ATTENDED
and Work UuaranteeJ.
Orders from Uie other Islands solicited.
jal'81 ly dlmy
T. B. MURRAY,
Carriage & Wagon Builder,
No. 50 King Street, opposite Station House.
CI ARK I AGE REPAIRING done at SHORT NO
J TICE, and at Bed Rock Prices for CASH O" Give
me a Call. anl 81
A. B. ROWE,
General Blacksmith & Wagon Maker,
BAY HORSE PREMISES, ROSE LANE,
(Rear of Houghtailing's Saloon.)
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO HORSESHOE:NG
and as I do all work myself and having low renul, I
guarantee First-Class Work at low pricus. mar25 3m
A JSW PAINT SHOP
NO. 128, FORT STREET. OPPOSITE
TIIE ENTERPRISE -M I LL.
'M1E UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO INFORM
A the public that he has
Opened for Himself a Paint Shop i
at the above address, where he will always be found
and prepared to do work in his line at reasonable
rates.
House Painting,
Paperhanging. Varnishing,
ATTENDED TO AT SHORT NOTICE.
O" Work done by the Day or by the Job.
marll 6m
J. NAONE.
3Xis. TJioiiin.. Iack,
JVO. 79 FORT STREET. HONOLULU
1 IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Sewing Machines & Genuine Parts
Attachments, Oil and Accessories.
A. G E T rV FOK T H K
Whitt, Ftc Home, Davis, Crown,
Howe and Florence Machine,
Howard Machine Needle$, all kind tf sizes
Corticalli Silk, in all color;
Clark' Mile End Machine Cotton
Agent for Madame Demorest's Reliable Ci.t Paper Patterns
and Publications.
Dealer in Rifles, Pistols. Ouns and Sporting Goods, Shots,
Powder, Caps and Metallic Cartridges. Also,
Kerosene Stoves in all sii-s.
XT My Stock of Pipes, Cigar Holders, Tooacco, Jec ., wil
be sold at COST PRICtS. ap22 ly
XT The services of a good mechanic h-tving beon secure J.
all jobs entrusted to me will be prom ply and satisfactorily
attended to.
KERR THE PAINTER,
fi KING STREET. IMPORTER AND
f v3 Dealer in Paints. Oils. Varnishes, Mixed Paints and
Painter's Supplies.
Sole A cent for the Celebrated Averill Chemical Mixed
Painta, ready for use. These popular paints have teen sue
cessfully introduced into these Kingdom for the past four
years, and have established a reputation lor fast color aod
durability, superior to any other paint ever used.
Paints mixed reidy for use of any Tint, Shade or Color, and
supplied in quantities to suit and shipped to any part of the
Islands.
Parties desiring to do their own Painting can be aupplied
with the required quantity and colo, and the nse of tbe neces
sary brushes, etc.
Orders from tbe other Islands. Plantations, etc., resfectfully
solicited and satisfaction guaranteed. julOSm
i
alJWWlt Planing
I Iftrrtcininl. i
J. D. LANE'S
iMitMpmiL mm
XtIARBIVC works,
BF.T.iKI. S-TREE i', NEAR KING.
MANUFACTURERS
OF
31(niK.TS,
HEADSTOM, T031BS,
TiBLIiTS, M1UBLE MANTELS,
WASUSTA.VD TOPS, and
Tiling in White & Black Marble.
MARBLE WOR&OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDER AT THE
Lowest Possible rfate.s
Monnnifnts and Head-tones (lesned and Reset.
Orders from the other IsUnds promptly attended to.
jan 1 81
E. B. THOMAS.
1 T.
BRICKLAYER & BUILDER.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
t Setting Steam Boilers. Furnaces. Maker's Ovens and
Ranges, and all kinds of Ileatlni; Apparatua. Also, Variegated
Concrete Sidewalks. All Work entrusted to me will be execu
ted promptly, and on reasonable terms.
Addressthrougu the Post Ofllce jan 1 81
ORNAMENTAL & STUCCO
PLASTERER.
Artifldtl Stone Sidewalks Laid,
Ouieatin in all its Branches,
Whitening, Calsomlnlng and Jobbing
rromptly attended to.
il?stos Steam Pipe and Boiler Covering,
Done iu the best manner, and by experienced workmen.
As to ability to perform work iu our line, we beg to
refer the public Renerally to tbe residence of His Ex
Sani'l Q. vildor, II. 11. Ruth Keelikolani and lion. C. II.
Jiuld.
te. Leave Orders at Lucas' Planing Mill, Fort-street 5
or Box 827, Post Office.
my 13 tf
THOS. li. Arvrivii:rj.,
Contractor and Builder,
fi PARTICt'LAR ATTENTION PAID
J 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 gruni'e. Jj" Satisfactory References given when
eiair;i. Addresi P O. d.My2i-lf wjan 811
CREAM QAIDIES-
Importer & Home Manufacturer of Candies
OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS,
o. 112 Fort Street, Jost Above Hotel St.,
Has just made liree additions to his establishment, and is
n' w prepared to furnish to the trade, the Honolulu pub
lic, and residents on the other Islands, the VKRV
FINEST of ntUIE-JMDE & IMPORTED CiXDIES,
Of all Descriptions, AT VKRY REDUCED PRICES.
Receives Fresh Candies by every arrival. He Gu irantes the
purity of his goods. THE CREAM CANDIES
are a specialty with him. and are made by the best manu
facturers in California, and received fresh by every steamer.
Soda Water, and all kinds of Iced Drinks.
THE BEST ICE CIIEAM IN THE CITY.
The BEST BR ANDS of 'HOICF. CIUARS always on hand.
T xx :
Big Collar " Harness Shop
C . HAMMER,
S(i KING STREET
PRACTICAL HARNESS MAKER !
Fine Single & Double Buggy Harness
Concord and Mule Harness
Plantation Harness of all sorts,
Riding Bridlesi Saddles & Whips
Currycombs, Brushes, Saddle Cloths,
And every necessary for stable use at
BEDROCK PRICES for CASH
XT Repairing of every description d"ne in the best possible
Manner, wilh the best material.-, at lowest workmen's rates.
All Work Guaranteed or Exchanged
EST Look for the "Big Collar!" "uS
jal 81 t
W AI.TE D
IT TO HE KNOWN THAT
J. WILLIAMS & CO., 102 Fort st,
(Successors to M. Dickson.)
I? h o t o g i' a p h e r s ,
ARE PREPARED TO DO FIRST-GLASS
WORK OF ALL KINDS.
Special Attention given to Children !
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO
ALL KINDS OF LARGE WORK !
FROM
MINIATURE TO LIFE SIZE !
Either in Crayon, Water Colors. India Ink or Oil,
Pboioa Colored, etc.
We employ FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS, doing work equal tc
that of the best Galleries of San Francisco and at less cost.
A great varietv cf Island Vie as. Curiosities. Shells and
Coral from all parts of the Pacific. Hawaiian Sea Mosses and
Ferns, Latest Styles cf Frames, Passepartouts and Mats con
stantly on hand.
XT Charges reasonable and satisfaction guaranteed,
fell ly J. WILLIAMS fc CO., Proprietors.
L A , I
. Jj.! 1 L:? Tr.7 -T f-f HI' I t I. a
ASTOR HOUSE
ST TTtSinTT VI I TIT fl fl fl
V I Rl tl U 3 ill llUi
T Itllll'l.il I tt II I.I ill A
3L JkJUiwUil X 1111JJUMU
Noa. 76 Mi,d "i Hi)tl S.tet-t,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by the Day, Week or Transient !
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water & other Iced Drinks.
MEALS SERVED !fi FIRST CLASS STYLE
AT A LL HOI KS.
HENRY J. HART, (jal 81) ELLIS A. HART.
SSI
ITEfllTIOlL HOTEL !
2?.
CONCHEE & ACHAT. PROPRIETORS,
NO. 84. II0TFL 8TREKT, HONOLULU.
!oolct, :3iiI
i5el El opt
Diisriisr& room:
I IV rrinc CITY.
Meals served at all Hours and no Pains
nor Expense Spared to Keep the Table
Supplied with the Best the Market
Anords.
Table Board $4 to $5 per Week.
ma 12 81
COSMOPOLITAN RESTAURANT.
No. 02, Hotel Street.
ry' THE BEST OF TOOD.
rr COMPETENT COOKS
ATTENTIVE WAITERS.
FIRST-CLASS
AT
BOARD,
REASONABLE RATES.
PETER COSTA
PROPRIETOR. IaiUc Clasef Slow:ii l ol
8tci4'B ILikcIiEfcc.
July 23. '81,1 yr
F. II. OEDIXG9
BEOS TO INTIMATE TO
HIS CUSTOMERS, AND
THE
PUBLIC GENERALLY,
THAT HIS
EXPRESS OFFICEL1,
Is AT
84 KING STREET,
Next to Mr. Burgess's Carpenter Shop,
where orders may be left at any time
of the Day or Night.
TELEPHONE MMUEB, fG
auj;2T,lyr
COAL, COAL, COAL !
THE UXfcEh?ia.Nl:D HAVING UEC.V APPOINTED
Soie Agents for the Haw'n Islands
OF TIIE CM.niiHATEI
WELLINGTON COLLIERIES,
D E P A It T f It E it A T.
Offer this Col For In Quantities to Suit Pur
chasers, at vi-ry mo,l-rte rat".. or Plan
tation Uff. this Cosl is b'-tit-r than
mny other that comes to this Mark -t. civiuj; 10 per cent, more
St-'ain ly artul t"t.
dade3tf ALLEN fi K0UIN?0N.
STEKI JIAIIS
FOIt
PORTABLE OR PERMANENT
Fl. LENGTHS. II lb, PER VARD.
J For i'e to arrive p'-r Duke ol Aljercorn from
Liverpool. Apply n
W. Xj. GREEN, or
ii. T. MALE A It LAN E & .o.
no28 If Ag -nts for John Fowler k Co.
ISTEW OPENING ! !
13IS5l,VfTTS4
FASHION STABLES !
No. 3 I'nioii Si., tint 10 No. 2 Eitsine
Co.. mid No. 113 Hotel St.
Express Nos. 7. 9, 32, 31, 53. 91, 193,
First Class Horses and Carriages
To Rent at any II o-.tr f the Day or Night.
All Orders Promptly Attended to-
Telephone No. 14 8.
Terms Rrnsonnblr.
Particular attenion paid to Boardin? Hor3es by the Day
Waek or Month. oc9tf
EST Thirty-two pieces all -wool dress gooJri for
only 25 cents per yard, at Chs. J. Fisbku' popu-
1VAB 6T0BE
nsnranrt (Talis.
THE CITY OF LONDON
FIRE INSURANCE CO. OF LONDON.
f JtplUl,
2,000, 000.
LMfTj:).
itavir.g en .u.lshrd an Agem-y l.ere, the andersii-o! U
t ac.-rpt risks ansinst ire, on UalMlaga
I l-rrluiM.li.r. U..rnlHrr. etc, on the n.ost tarorabl
L-m-s pioi ptly s.lju.ted aod payable l.era.
C. O. BaRUKR,
k I ly dm; 1
Agent, Hawaiian Islands.
GhKMAN LLOYD
MARINE ISURANCE CO, OF BERLIN.
f FORT UNA
GENERAL INS0RCE CO., OF BERLIN.
'XII E A HOVE INNIKANCE COMPANIES
1 have eslabllnhed a Uenrrtl AMenc her, aod the wodao
sinned, Ui-neral Agents, are kuthorlaed to lak
KUks cgaln-t the Pangm of tbe Krai at Ih Matt
Uratioiiablf Uatfc, aod aa the Mast
Favorable Tf nan.
apl ly i . A. CCHAKKKtt A Co., General AgenU.
Ilnmlaiirg-lBroixioiA
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
'MIE I'NDEKSUi.NsVD HA VINO BEK
I A pointed Agents 1 1 the above C(Hrtam. are urvuarad
to insure risks against fire, nn Mwar and llrlrlt slssllsta
iutfa, and on Mrtrhaadi.r stored llierln,oa the most
favorable lei ins. fur particulars apply al the cfllos of
"Pi ly P. A. PCHAEFtK It 00.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
INSURANCE CO.,
OF LONDON AM) K DIN HITRfjll.
ESTABLISHED, 1809
t A PITA L 1S.OOO.OOO
Irruraulntril awd Istfralrsl fr'ajsisl. I.C9T.S4
'IIIE t-NDKHMONKO HAVE IICKN A P
POINTKl) AUKNTSIor tb Mandwlcb Islands. as4 ar
authorised to Insure aitainst Pirr upon favorable tersas.
Risks taken in any uart of the Islaodson "TosiiSi Wooav
Huildi-Ks, ami Merchandise stored therein. Dwelling Hosts
and Furniture, l imber. Coals, Ships in harbor with or without
cargoes or under repair.
Jn 1 HI ED. IlFrSCIILAKOKR OO.
UNION
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.,
OF NKW ZEALAND.
CAPITAL. I t I . 1 1 0.OOO.OOO.
nAVIXJ ESTABLISHED A N AOENCV
at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the anderslrnad
are prepared to accept risks against Ore In dwellings, sloraa,
warehouses and merchandise, on lavorable lerioa. Marin risks
on cargo, freiifhts, bottomry, profits and commissions.
Loa.ra promptly adjusted nsssl payaikle Issjr.
Janl 81 dmyl J. a. WALKER.
R0YAL INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL SI O.OOO.OOO.
UNLIMITED LIADILITV
EIRE INM'ltANCE of all descrlntlons will ba
cfiec.ted at Moderate Kates of Premium, by the undersigned.
J. 8. WALKKH,
ap2'81 ly duiyl Agent for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
GREAT WESTERN
INSURANCE COMPANY.
HEAD OI'PIOTJ,
50 WALL BTREET. NKW YORK.
'B1IIK AHOVE COMPANV HA VINO E!
1 Uhlislied an Apency at Honolulu, for the Hawaiian lal.
ands, the undersltni;d Is authorised to accept and writ
II ARIIVE RIHKH
Merchandise, Freights. Treaiure, Com
missions, ana nuns.
At current Rates.
J. S. WALKER.
D' 6 ly dtnyl A (rent for the Hawaiian Islands.
HAM II I KfJ..M A U D E IIU KG
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
or II A M UIKO.
Bfl l.lI.Nf;s, MKUCII A NOISE. FUKM.
litre and Marhinery insured aitinst Pir on lbs bbosI
favorable terms.
A.. J AliO Jilt Anntf rthe Hawaiian Islands.
Jan 1 81
Tho
SWISS LLOYD MARINE INS. CO.,
Ol' V I NT E U T II I It.
'MIE I'M) KKSli; N ED IS A IT HO R I7.UW
TO INeLKK
ON CARGO FREIGHT and TREASURE
Ero.u llwnulasl...
TO A LL PA UTS OF THE WORLD
AND 1 1 PUN -
COASTERS. II V SPECIAL PERMISSION
On the most Favorable Terms,
J. . WAI.KKR,
Agent for (he Hawaiian Islands.
snl'SI dmyl
vlcnustir proina.
HONOLULU STEAM DAKEY!
R. LOVE & BROTHER, Proprietort,
NL'UANU STREET.
fILOT. MEDIUM AND N A W URKAD,
always on hand and made to order.
Also, H nler. Soda and Butter Crackers,
JENNY LI N D CAKES. At.
SHIP lilt HAD R Ell A K ED on th shortest ootlas
FAMiLY BREAD, made of the Best Flour, baked dally and
slways on hand.
,Y. H. BROW BREAD OF THS. BEST QUALITY
jan 1 81
HONOLULU SOAP WORKS.
I.cloo, Honolulu.
''hr Iluainraa ef Ihr above rosscwrai bavjasj
been transferred lo
T. W. RAWLIN8.
He hereby gives notice that the manufacture of
All Kinds of Soaps
Will be continued by him. SOFT BOA P always on baoa.
Will buy beef, mutton and soap c;reas, and solicits
consifrnments of the same from the other
jalO Islands. II
WAILUKU POI FACTORY,
BEST tl 1 A LIT V OF PA I Al MANUFACTURED
constantly. All orders filled with dUpatch.
K. II. BAILKY,
jan 1 61 Wailuku UbI.
METROPOLITAN MARKET,
;. WALLER,
m
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkeys.
ar.YG STREET. HONOLULU. janl II
kti:a3i candy
MANUFACTORY and OAKERY.
F. II OKN,
Practical Conrettloncr, Tastrr Cook and Baker,
No. T5 Hotel street, between Nauana and Fort,
Jnl8l
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