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RATES OP ADVERTISING. Evory Wednesday Morning, AT SIX BOLL AllS PER AXXUM. Foreign Snbacrlbert., SS.00 o SI O.OO. 1 w. I ljn. it a. . on part 1 1 Trpe 6 m. 12 1 Llnes-V: hub !$ l oos s rx 13 W 4 C(. 4 ON j$ omio 00 lSUnes sen.. . 21 Until 2 inch. 1 K 2CCI 3or 5 001 8 001 12 00 4 (X Of s or loot 12 Of 7 Ml 10 Onf li 00 Office- In the now Post Ofiicc Build Line. 3 Inelies 43 Lines 1 Inches. Quarter of Column.. Third of Column IlalfofCelanm On Colnnui . . . . 3 co) 10 001 14 001 IS OO 4 00 ON 10 OH 10 00 IS 001 2i CM ing, Jlercliant Street, Honolulu, 1L L ritated d6 jwMMMd by II. Kansas, at the fiovern vneot PrhvtvBsr OSee, to whom all bQftews eorcmcnica. one BiBet be addressed. It 00) 13 OOf SO 001 40 00 8 Dot 15 001 22 CM SI OOf M 00 11 H H 01)1 IS ool 24 or 30 001 41 COt 75 00 VOL. Vn-N0.'21.I HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1871. sn Of 45 (W 3 o loo onftso oo JSG.OO PER TEAE. 1 f Bufine Card, when preraftf far am tmxr. aea allow ed a dUemint from tbe rate, which are lor transient adssr meotv, hen pah! or rbarred quarterly. GAZETTE' BUSINESS NOTICES. w. w. rran, i. . rtrasex. a. w. pcincr .v co., (Sueeesaers to C. L. lUraiei A On.,) a Ship Chandlers and General Commission Uerchaats. Also for tbe 1'uakm Salt Work. Ml Honolulu. Hawaiian IImK 1)7 IIlSIIOa -V CO.. IB u3u3STS1DEI HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Draw of Eidiaoire uo Tbe nn afOattfonila Can rraneleco. Mm. Lee 1 Matter New York. Trvatant Kattmal Ihnt: Ronton. Orieatal Hwt Cnrpontllmi Lomkm. Oriental llaek Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne. a4 AueMiaa. U- A renin for Pactae I rw ranee Omnpsny of fan Fran etwo, and fur the Itaubattan Life Insurance Company ofew York. KeeeSve DMwtla, ftipeount I'lrct-eUM l!ulnr. 'r, atlal to OolUcl4im, t . etc IS If CIIIJ.AO XEOOA. Commission Merchant and General Agent, Imports f Tr and JOtber Crnee and Foreign Goods, Vt hatteale Dealer In llswaiian l'roaoce. ant Agent Iwllie l'aakaa Ametmlu Pow l'laMaUons, Fire-proor More on Ssmami Mreel, letow King. 31-ly6 IV. II. MAVIS Jt T. F. JIAKTIX, Accountants &. Ceneral Agents. JOar Legal uM ther itocum.nl dianrT"&ed, Mer chant.' .nd Traders' iMoia ofietied, written bp nJ balanced. Aaxmnti an4 bantu auuilea and Mrairlttenel up, whereby invetveacie are frequeally alerted and oumpnniiM with Crwrilom am easily effected. Hawaiian translating and intrr.UnK. by W. IL Dins. JOS" tsflweon Queen Uet, upfweite the Court Houe, Hon. etolu. 16" It. II Attorney and STASI.EY, Counsellor at Law, OSoe fn RnoaW nn-pmnf llntldlng, uj. atalrt, Kunnmann &4re.i, lliMi.Jula. 13m CASTLE & COOKE, IMPORTER UD Dealers in General illcrcliandise, Shipping and Commission Merchants, No. W King Etrret, Ilonotnln, Uawaiin IiUnda. ly J. 8. (TALKER. C. ALLEX. IVAI.ICKII Sc AU.EV, Shipping and Commission Dlcrcliants, Qnrrn Strrrt, IIouvlulo, II. I. Agents for the Havaiian Packet line. . Alii.MS roa rrlnwrttte rkntatton, I Fjooofr'f rUnUtien, Onamea rlaHtatitfO, I Naateliu Plantation, Orrrnwrll'ii OotTr, Imperial Fir. Iunranr CmnMiny. London. Mmttanti' Malml Marim Imaranoe On., !an FrancUco. ' IMj; E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer and Commission Merchant, 27 J Qufn Strrrt. Itonulnln, II. I. p C. V. MCIIOLS, 31. .!., Homeopathic Physician, Cornfr Fort and Jlwehant rtrrrtn. At Omtt flirrnoon anr 8 49 o'elint ; 8 to 6 r. X. rid.ncf. irS llwrtanta St. 8w joii. s. .Hc:ici: , n., (Lat. Surgeon D. & Army. ) Can be cantnlted at bh mtdnK. on llot.l f U betlrera Ala-S- Ve and Nouann gtre.ta. ly7 w. BCMrsaaTS. T. sbovk iii;.iipiiici:vs .fc koiv, IKP0E1TES AKD WHOLESALE DEA1EES In WJbmu fcpiriU, Air, l'orler, tlu, Ac, Merchant Strret IlMwWiln. is-ty" a. r. .ii:ii. ATTOEKEY AND COUXSELLOB AT LAW. 41 OtBco Xo. 29 Fort Stn-ct. HiMiolnln. fly xnos. a. miitwi'S Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot and Circulating Library, MMYtiant Strort. llonolala. AIo ?l.nctl Outtlnr. Kn- (TMhc Galigrapfey and drying, rrorfptly cirrutrJ yn roaminaMe terms. tMfJ IICA ItlCIIAItDSOA. IMPORTER AND DEALER IN BOOTS. SHOES Fine riouiins, FurnWilne HaAt, 1'erfun.ery, Ac, corner of Fort and Merchant glrerU. Honolulu. Ah. Agent tor the Hawaiian Soap Co. Orders recelred. and MfomHtty eecuied. Partrmlar attention paid to the Shipment of Goods to the otW llnd My? .IOII.A II. IATV, Notary Pnblic and Commissioner of Deeds For the Slate of California. Office at the Bank of Biibop a On., Kaahumanu Street, Iloootnla. 3-ly7 I)ILLLGHAn A: CO., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE, Cutlery, Dry Goods, Taint and Oils, and General Mer- chandbie. No. i. King Jtreet, llonololo. 16-1 aTTTiACaTi'ait.O Ai CO., GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS. g j Queen Street. Honolulu. 11. 1. fly ED. HOFFSCHLAEGEE & CO.. IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 41 Honolulu. Oahn, II I. p" XII COO. C. IICUCK. IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. 1-7 Honolulu. Oahn. II. L Py I A. SCIIAEFCIt .V CO., Importers and Commlsion Merchants Se-J lIiKKNUln. Hawahantllandii. 17 C. II. LETTERS. J. C. DICKSON I.CsVCItS & IICKSO.A", IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER, And all kinds of Building Materials, Fort Street, Ucaololu. 36- 1.1 6 ALLEN & CHILLINGWOETH, KAWAIIIAU, HAIVAU, Will eonliaiM the General Merrhandiee and Shippin- busineas at the above ort, where they are prepared to furnish the Juatly oetobrat Kaaiuhae IVtatoea, and such other F.e cruil. as are required by arbareahlpc, at the thorteet notice and on theOMst reasonable tenus. Firewood alaas on band. b-lj" JOII.A X. sVAXUItllOUSE, IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, S Queen Street, Honolulu, ILXr lyT W. I.. GBEE.Y, GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER, Office, in lire-proof bbuildinps Qneen Street, lej Honolulu, llaa-aiian Wandfc flyt 3IcCOL,GAA .V JOII.SO., MERCHANT T AtLO RSh 38 Fort L, lleaololn. opposite T. C. Ueock'a. ljC C. E. "iVIIL.IA-TS, MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER In Fnrnllure of every deecrtption. Furniture Ware-Rooms on Fort Street, opposite Cbaae's Fbo!f Gallery. Work-" shop at tbe oM aland on Hotel Street, near Fort. 41 Orders front the other islands promptly attended to. W. BCSXCTT, BOOT AND SHOE MAKES, 411 K'nR Street, next to the IMbeL, Honolulu. p7 TIIEO. II. IATIES, ILan Junox, Gcxsx A Co. IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, Aim AGrjrr ro IJoyd'a and the Iirerpool Cndenrriters, Uritiali utad Fnreicn .Marine Insurance Company and RortberB Assurance Company. 3-ly. IIV3IAA IIKOTUEKS, IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS In FaihloniWe Clothtne. riata. Caps, Hoots. Shoes, and every variety of Gentlemen's Fnnikhing Goods. Snow's Bntldtng, Merchant Street. Honolulu. W-l'T I TOKIIEIET. DEALER, IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND OF BUILDING MATERIAL. .' .. 13 Orncx Corner Queen and Fort streets. lyC BUSINESS NOTICES. r- 1I- MAKIIIS, Attorney at Law. Notary Public and Master in Chancery, 015 in Klmiln' Pnlldinc. Kaahnmonn Strwt. AI'OSG -Jc ACIEUCIC i Importers. Wtokfalo and EcUil Doalcrs in General Merchandise, And CMna Good., in th.Fhv-rroof flora ."n Nnuan f trret- nnr1h.rawi-nan. 4a- BsaxAK net. ii. x. r. ciKTca c. mtrivi:R co.. SHIPPING AKD COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IIOIVOLUL.U, il. I. AGn.YTS Or Hit Ilotioii ami Honolulu Packet I.lnr. ACCXTS-ror the ?Xakr, IVnllulaii nnil liana IMoNtntlonn. AGi:.TS Kor the 1'nrt hnt.cniul Sole of Inland VOLCANO KOtTSE, Crater of Kilauea, Hawaii. .This UbHbmjt fs nowprtcn firth re- t wptktn of TiitTi to Ihe Vulcton, bt mj j 2 rfly on fininc comfurtAblc rooms, a pwl fy a) Mram and rulidHir batbI Uitrm rraind and rta bled If dwiniL Cliuri;t Itcnkoiintil) ! 11-ly jeo:.i.i:s .V co.. Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants. IajKOterf and Dealer in General Me rcbanrfise. Queen Street, Honolulu. llaaalKn l.Iands. e Acents for the EaunakaLai, Moanalna, and EaVuVo Salt Worlt. 2-1)7 CIIAI.t..JtIi:-. .V; CO.. IKPOBTEES AND DEAXEES IN WINES, Spiritt. Alee, Ac, Xo. S, Nuuann Street, appetite Merchant Street, Honolulu. 12-13G a. s. cli:siioie:y. WHOLESALE AND SET AIL DEALER IN GENEHAX STEECHANDISC, Fire-proof Store, corner of Qneen and Haalinmann Streets. Hetail itatdiliuientii. on Nnnann Street, and on the corner nl Fort and Hotel Street. 11-ljC GEOCEE AND SHIP CHANDLEE, laliatna, Jllaul. Money and necruits furnUlied to Ships on the most faror 10 able terms. (1)1 31. S. .lIMtAi;.1I A: CO., tMPOETEES AND WHOLESALE DEAXEES In Fachionable Clolhinc. llf. Cana, IlnotK. Shorn and every rariety vf Gentleiuena eujierior Furnishing Goudc Suva In lake's llluck, Queen ttrett, Honolulu, II. I. '"-I . IIJJ B. r. rni-EKs. . r. A. JALCXB. . i:iii.i;i:s dry goods & CO. DEALERS IN DEY GOODS AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Flre-rroof Store on Fort St almre Odd Felloa-f Halt S7-lj6 C. S. 1IAIETO .V, AU CTIO N EER, pAlenroom on Queen Street, one door from Kaahnmanu Street. 17-110 HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO. SXKAJt KXGIXES, Sucar Mills ltollera. Ooolent. Iron, llraMaud Lead Ca.tiug. Machinery of Every Description, CS- JIade to Order. "59 Particular attention paid to Ship's Elacksmithing. rj- JOB WORK executed on the eliorlw' notice. X-lvC II. V OSS, UPIIOIiSTBKB K. No. 6 Merrhant Street, opfiosite tbe Sailor's Home, Furniture and maltran-e a)was-u hand, and lid furniture repaired and re-upholstercd. Orders Irom the other Islands promptly atteuded to. S-ly joii .m:ii.i. Machinist, Lock and Cun Smith, Seainc Machines retired: Ilealer fn SNrtinp Go.id. Agent for the Celebrated FLOr.ENXB SEtVINO MACHIN ES, 40. Fort Street, Honolulu. H. I. lt-ly 31. x. ior-EEi.. CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER King Street, Honolulu. oppoHte Lewis' Cooper Shop. Will 41 buy and sell second-band Furniture. lyT m. iti:.ni:i,i9 Wagon and Carriage Builder, 74 and 76 King Street, llooolula. CAKRIAGE5 UUILT TO 'ORDKRand warranted. Mm, iiartictilar at ten-. turn given to me Repairing of Velilclei. of Every Description aaUIacksmlthlncand Itarse Shoeloe, Carri.e. Sign and Ornamental raintiug, Caniiige Trimming, Ac,, will alnavs be attended to Id a manner to warrant satitaction. J9 Orders from all rtj of the Islands prvmiiJy execnted. IS , lj7 O. bisniLV. K Kisiux. G. Sr.GEI.UEA t Co., TL, ZIKC AND COPPEE SMITHS, AND SHEET IRON WORKERS, Nnnann Street, between Merchant and Qneen J Have constantly on hand. Stove, Pipe, Galvanised CVFiv Iron Pipe, Plain and Hoe lhbbs,S!op-cocl.ft, India jtsKf Kubler Hose Lrst C-ply, in lenths of 5 and oO alo a very laixeeuckofTinwareof every de- script Ion. Particular attention given to Ship-'Work. Orders from the other Inlands will be cartfully attended to. Thankful to the Cliiens of Honulula and tbe Islands generally ft, their liberal patronage in the past, wo Lope by strict attention to business to inent the aame for the future. SM fly 6 IE. WIIIXJIAA Has Opened a Kew Establishment, and will circ Lis attention to ' Carriage Trimnii g. Saddle and Harness Making, and Repairing in all its Branches. Every descriptl&n cf Articles connected with the Business constantly on hand, at Moderate Psirea. Give Ulm a Trial. No. 33 Kins Street, next to Lewis' (kuperaj-e. 50-Cmc J. S. OICIaSO.A, House, Ship and Sign Painter, Xo. 02 King Street, pCesrly opposite Meesra. DnUngham A-Co. , . Graining. Marbling, Gilding, Calsoniloiog, Paper. vhangine. Ac, Ac-, executed on the shortest notice, A$and on the most reasonable terms. 6-3m "'.ii. ivE.vcoaiK, DENTIST- 45 Office, Cor. Fort b Hotel Streets. IU? geoie;e ,vii.i.i.ni, LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT, Office on James Robinson Co's Wharf. Continues the business on his Id plan uf settling with officers and seamen immediately on their shipping at his othce. Having no direct or indirect cunnettiati with any out ntting establishment, and allowing no debts to be collected la his office, he hopes togive an good satisfaction Cxt the fu ture as he has in the pa-1- . , l-im n: H. HITCHCOCK, IVOXAKY Pl'ULIC, 15 Hilo. Hawaii Py6 j.uii:s I.. LEWIS," - COOPEE ANT) GATJGEE, At the Old Stand, turner King and Bethel Streets. A Large Stocl: of Oil Sbools and all ldnds of Coopering Materials constantly on hand. He hopes Ly attention to business to merit a continuance of tbe patronage which he has herelofjre enjoyed, and tTjr which he now returns .his lh-.pt-. I-3-a j. ir. xhompso, . GENERAL BLACKSMITH, Qneen Street, Honolnlc, lias constantly on hand And for sale at the Lowest Mirfcet Prices. agocdasortnient oflheEestCefined Bar Iron, and heatestBlactsniith'sCoaL . 3S.lyC JBS rauuauai FOREIGN NOTICES. . Conwit, San Franciaco. DoxiU) MttUit. Kusett Maciur, l orilBDU, f. CORBITT & MACLEAY, Importers, Wholesale Crocors and COJHIISSIOX JIEftCII.TS, Shippers and Dealers in Oregon Prodnee, SAX FltAXCISCO z OfiSce 100 California Street. FORTIiAXD, OKF.COX t 13 and 15 Front, and 10 & 12 First Street. W. C. Hal ton. Ew) IUntof CUlifwrnil Fjui Frandco I Clia. tlfllo. Cq . iTrvMeot S. F. A 1. S njcar CoSn KranciMX) I Mcftfr. IloJrcr, Meier t Go Sun Frncico I 3Ier. Gros Co .-. San Francisco Mentm, Ldd t Tilton. I!nken IVvrtUnd, Oregon ntiti iif Lritib 04umW4v Pajrllaad, Orrgun MMrc. L. Gol.imIth A Co . .., ....IVnUmJ, Otpcdq CvrMtt. KHInp A Co rorflanJ, Orron Mrssrs. Ilibop A Co., BAnttn Honolulu Conhlcumeuts or Island Produce Solicited. BOOKS & STATIONERY The Basis of Our Business. ITURST.-To JUnmifar.ur- all such Books and Sta ? tbroerr as can If done here as well anptwbere. and thereby directly l-eiiefit our cuniomer aud ourselteif. SK CO XI). To Ituv mid Sell and Station- tlonerv tm as ta make li 10 tte mi erect oi uexiers ana Cii&eum- err to come to os Id preference to sendinp liit gZS We xuanuftcture and Imtaart errr d-criptIon cf Sta- tlctnery, carrying lge ntocl.s.or I'ajvr, IZnTelopes and llUnk IMaA vl oar own mancMcinre, int.9, cintes. eic 5- O.crlaWK) varieties of Clank forms kept In Slock. A. L. BANCROFT &. CO., 13-ly Sn Franc sc Cal. HACAR & CO.'S 333 Clnj- Street, San l"rnii(ico. noL: IO and Prinicrs' Jlatcrials, Mather's Inkf. cc. Gordon's Joh I'rcs.-ej, 11 3m H. W. SEVERANCE & CO., General Shipping' & Commission . 3i i: ie ciiain xs. 405 Front Street, corner of Clay, San Francisco LEARMONTH. DICKINSON & Co. STDXKY, X. S. IV., , General Commission Agents, Will attend to the sale of Sandaich Island Produce, and arrange for advances on same. JlCTEB TO. fvr. j, CREEX Honolulu 1MACFAKLANE, BLAIll A Co... sin Francinco 17 it. s. v-nxiAMS, n. r. rLxcniED, c. n. mohgax. . WILLIAMS. BLANCHAED & CO.. SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, lj7J No. CIS Cnlifornfa Street. n Franciirn. f5o JOUX H'CKACTjr, 3. C VZRBIU. rortland. S. F. CaL H'CEAKEN, MEEEILL & CO., FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Portland Oregon. IIiTinr been entraced in nr nreent tfHtntw fr unwnrJs 01 jwrtte jears.nna ieiDg rsieu in a r irtprnoiunrK nana tJinrr. veare nrermred to receive and dIpo. ..f ttliVd StaiIes. rorb a 5ocJir.i3rurr. Kice.Fulu. Colftfe, etc., to advantage. I OmienmenU enieciIlj RoHcired lor tbe Oregon Mftrkt-t, to whicti isersmnal attention win ue piut ana uon wnicu can advance will be maue wnen reqnireo. RETEftESCEfl Charles W BrooVi San Francisco J C Merrill Co " rredlken . Bndfrrr Lindenlerger James Patrick k Co WmTColrmanaCo.... .' " Stevens-. ItaLeraCo Allen a Lewis ., IVrtland LaddaTflton Leonard a Green 11 v6 COMMISSION MERCHANT ICniinp;nvar' Japan, Ilarlng tlie let facflitiefi throngb an intimate connection with the Japanese trade for the pi ei(;ht yeam, is preiiiri-:i to transact any m.-ineM entrusted to iiu care, wuu aujntcn. RltVlMEL'S choice PATRONIZED ALL THE WORLD. T)LMMEL'S IHLANO-IHLANG, VAXDA, I1EN- JLv na. Jockey Club, Frangipanc, and other per fumes of exquisite fragrance. KIJIMLL'S Larcndar Water, distilled from Mit-' chaui flowers. Riminel's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its useful and sanitary properties. Rimtuel's Extract of Lime Joiee and Glycerine, the best preparation for the hair, especially in vrarm cli mates. ' " " Kiramel's Dagong Oil Soap, perfumed with Austra lian Eucalyptus. Kimmera Glycerine, Honey, Windsor and otber Toilet Suaps. Rim'mel's Roje Water, Co$tumc and Floral Crack ers, very amusing; for balUjind parties. Rimmel's Violet, RoBc-Icaf, Rice, and other Toilet Powders. , A liberal allowance to shippers. EUGENE RIMMEL, rerfomer to II T. II the Princess of Wales, 06, Strand, 1'JS. Seceot Street, and 24. CornhilL London: 17. Boulevard des Italiens, Paris, and 7C, King's Koad llrigntou. Sold by all Perfumery Vendors. 57-ly6 Furnished Rooms TO LET, at 3Irs. T. Thrum's, No. 29 King Street. 49-lye C. W. GREY & CO., Hawaiian Soap Works, At Leleo, Manufacturers and Dealers In all kinds of Soap. Reef, Motion, and Goat TallowWantcd- Ofnee, 30 Fort Seet, where orders will be received nod promptly attended tn l.SMyj TOBACCOJND CIGARS! HENRY I. WOLTE HAS JUST RECEIVED Br THE "Ka Moi," and Other Late Arrivals, A Large Asssortment of Choice Havana, German, and Manila CICARS ! THE BEST SMOKING AID CHEWIXG TOHACCO, AND A SPLENDID LOT OF MEERSHAUH1 PIPES! The Best ever OiTercd in this Market, ALSO Constantly on hand, the Celebrated Green Seal and Diamond Head SMOKING TOBACCO ! For Sale at the Coffee Saloon, corner of Nun- ana and Qneen.Etreets. 3-ly Slocks, EATENT AND PLAIN BU5I1ED, assorted sixxes, tingle, doable and three fold. For Sale by IS B0LLES i CO. dbdbumhuv SUGAlt & MOLASSES 1871 1S71 AO IIILO, II. I. Ov rtv Sugar and Molasses, CROr SOW CO.MI.VG IX, and lor sale in quantities to tuU purchasers, bj l-3m WALKEK .t AUiHX, Apcnt.o. ON 0 ME A PLANTATION. Suffnr and UToIaMC! Crop 1871 COMING IX, FOU SALE IX QUANTITIES to suit purchasers, by I -3m WALKER 4 ALLEX. Agents. PSIKCEVIILE PLANTATIOU. Snpar ami lolascs Crop 1S71 rtOMIXO IX, FOR SALE IX QUANTITIES w to suit purchasers, by l-3m WALKER X ALLEN, Agents. MAKEE PLANTATION. IVciv Crop or'Suprar fc ZIIoIiisxcm VT0W COJIINd IN. AND FOR SALE IN QUAN JL lilies to suit pnrchaer? Lr l-3m C. BREWER A CO.. Apcnts. WAILUKU PLANTATION. VTEW CROP X0W COMING IN. FOR SALE Xi in quantities tor suit ptirclntfcrs, br l1ra C. ItREWnn A CO.. Acents INSURANCE NOTICES. THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF THE XJnitccl States ! TTAS HONK MORE, IJUSIXKSS dnrin JL A. the pat year than any other Life Insurance Company in tbe United states. " Had an income in IS70 of.... $7,500, 000 Its Assets amount to :'$lu,000,000 INSURES ON THE ALL CASH PRINCIPLE THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS! Premiams payable Qaartcrly.'Seuai-.Vnnuallr or Annually. , It is the only Company bavinc a resident Director on lbee Island. His Lxcellcncr b. JI. i'hili.ips the Attorney General having been for many years a Director of tbe Company. SEft" Xo Life Insurance Comnanv does hnsinesg more liberally tfian this, ami none is more reliable in its dealing with the injured. For full particular apply to 14 Agent for tbe Hawaiian Iflands. A GENT of l.rrnirn Hoard of Umlcrwritr. A pent of Dresden lAmrd or Underwriters, Agent of Vienna Hoard of Underwriters. Claims again t Insurance Companies vrftli.n llie jurisdiction or tneaisvTe Kanis vl uinitrwriters, v,m iiavc to oo certi fit-d tubj the above agent tu nuke them ahd. iis DlPKIMAIi FHtE IXSUIt.UTE C03UMM' 01 London-Instituted 1803. CASH CAPITAL, SS, 00(1, 000 In GOLD. rntlli; CNDKHSIONKD are prepared to ine policies on M. Fire ilbks ntlh or williuut the average clau-ej on Plantation Luildinits and 31acMncry, 1'rirato llwelliugs, Jinca, eione anil lioouen Moron, JlercliHliili.., Uoald, Lum ber, Ships in i'ort, Ac, ou the must favorable terms. -85-AU Losses Adjusted and Paid for here."Ea For particular apply at the office of HALKLIl ALLEN, 32-ly Ajrcnts fur the Hawaiian I.lands. aiEItCIIA.AXS' .1IIJXUAE MAEINE INSUEANCE COMPANY Of San Francisco. HE UaDBIlSIG.ED Iiavlnc; leen ap- tsotntetl Aiieuts for tbe above uomt-ani. are nrstvared to issue x'uiicies on vururi- rr-i;iiiaina i rtan' ure. WALK Lit ALLEN. lira Agents, Honolnln. CAI.IJ'OIt.MA INSURANCE COMPANY. The: uadkiisicxed, agents nr the above Company, have been anthoriztto to insurs risks on Csrco. Krelclit and Treamire. brCnnsters. from Honolulu to all ports of the lUwaiuu Uroup, and vice versa. S-l7 II. HACKFKLD A CO. iiaiiiji;i:ii-i:i:i;ml; FIEE INSUEANCE COMPANY. THE UMIEIISIG.VED linvlng Leen ap IKdnted Agents of the shove Companv. are prepared to insure risks against Fire.un Stnneand llrlck llnllil llifrs, and on Merclinnitlae stored therein, no tbe mot favorable terms. For particulars apply at tbe office of i-lyi F. A. SCHAF.FEK t CO. Insurance Notice. THE AGKNT FOR THE IIUITISII For eign Slarine Insurance Company. (Limited), has re- ceived Instructions to reduce the rales of Insurance between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and Is now pre pred to Issue Policies at the Lowest Raits, with a snecial reduction on Freight per Steamers. lllr.U. 11. HAtirS, 4S-ly7 fotilt TiriL For. Mar. Ins. Cn. (United) CAMFOIMIA INSUEANCE COMPANY. THE C.DEIISIG.CD, AGENTS OF THE above Company, have authorized to insure fiats on Cargo, Freight anJ Treasure, from Honolulu to all ports or tne world, and vice versa. I Wye II. HACKFKLD TO PHOTOGRAPHY! .11. DICKSON has fitted on fthe Gallery on Fort Street, east tide, between Kiniand Hotel Sis.. and is now prepared to take Pic tures of any desired style or site. gT' Island Views for Sale. 43-6me BARTLETT SALOON, BT 1.1IXIA3I HUGHES, Comer of Hotel and Port streets. TnE" CHOICEST AND BEST of ALES. WINES nd Spiiits always to be fousd at the Bar. 22-ly Pliotogranhic Gallery. HAVING OPENED A PHOTOGRTPIIIC OALLKRT, nearly opposite mv farmer stand, on Fort Street, I shall be motiuippy to vee my oM patrons and others who wish f ft Srst-cLvs Pictures, and shall try, by at tention to the tastes of my customers, to merit their patron age. Also, for sale. Photographs of celebrated personsges, views. Ac Pictures cf all kinds taken on the most reasona able terms. SMy7) II. L. CHASE. SOLE & SADDLE LEATHEE, Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins, COXSTANTIT ON HAND and for Sale, from tbe well-known . 1VAI3IEA TAXXEKV, C. SfOTl.EV, Prop'r ly-Cc A. 8 Cf.BOIlnRy. Agent. Daily Expected, DIRECT FROM PORTLAND, OREGON, per Falkinburg, Oats, Salmon. Hams, Bacon, Lard, Dried Apples, &c, &c. 12 BOLLES A CO. msim MERCHANDISE. &0. SELLING OTP Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash HARDWARE! HARDWARE- HARDWARE J. W. W1DDIFIELD, Would Cnli the Attention of PLANTERS, MERCHANTS & MECHANICS TO THIS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WELL SELECTED HAEDWAEE! PECULIARLY ADAPTED For the Hants of the Island Trade. Merchants in Particular, WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE TO GIVE ME A CALL ! Before Prxrchasing Elsewhere --0JW AT TIIIXGS WILL BE SOL D IvTot OraJLy- zxt Cost, BUT IN MANY INSTANCES. GREATLY BELOW COST! TO MAKE JiOOM FOR A LARGE & VARIED ASSORTMENT OF Agricultural and Other Implements, Cominjr from tlic East. The Usual Discount Mailt (o (lie Trade: iJ Orders from the other Islands "-espectfully solicited, promptly attended to acd filled with care. tS No Connection with the Firm across the War 3m 21 ii Pro Bono Publico!" M. S. CRINBAUfVl & GO. H3Cx7-o on .H zxxxcL AND IN TRANSIT, Direct Importations FROM AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MRKETS The I.ai'Kcst ami Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing ON THE HA1VAIIAN GROUP, Consisting in Part of, viz the Celebrated Gr 3E3 3ST XT 1 3ST 33 Scotch Tweed Suits ! Cnalmiere, Clotli Az Drill Garments, in all varieties, Completo Black Dress and Walking Suits, Boys' White Linen Cashmere and Cloth Suits A FULL ASSORTMENT OF Cents' Furnishing Goods, Saratoga anil Gents' Leather Trunks, JOHN M. DAVIES A CO'S Celebrated Patent White Shirts, Styled Davics A Jones, in ail grades. O vci'fliirts I Ovcrsliirtw ! Ovcrsilsirts). in Grey Flannel, Diagonal, Printed and Un rcan. ALL OF THESE GOODS ARE AT EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES! Hats! Hats! Hats! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery ! For Gents', Ladies and Boys. AMERICAN & ENCLISH FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS AND "Yankee TVorion.s I Boots and Shoes, DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURERS. At the Terj' lowest pofebsble 1'rlcc By the original package. AN ASSORTMTMENT OF French Gaiters & Pumps, Of tbe Latest Styles, warranted genuine of tbe very best material. Aslo constantly on band The very best Importations of aiatilla Clgara For Sale hy M.S.CRINBAUM &CO., 15-tf Makee's Block. No. 10! No.K! No. 10! THE GREATEST VAKIETV OF Ladies' Untriinmed Hats of tbe newest styles, just received by tbe steamer Nebraska. Also, an assortment of Ladies' Nic-nacks, Silk Ribbon, Blonde Lace. Maltese Lace, Coventry, wctoria and other Frilling. 18 lm JOHN T1I05. WATERIIOUSE. WHALE AIMD SPERM OIL For Sale in QuantitieH to Suit, l)j- II. HACICPELD &. CO. New Goods, pER SHIP STREN, from Boston diract, 45,000 lbs; best Boston and Hew Bedford Bread. For Sale by 12 BOLLES A CO. Cotton Duck, JjlHOM NO. 1 TO 10. Cotton Sail Twine, Assorted Sizes. For Sale by II BOLLES A CO. A New and Splendid Work. DICTIONARY OP THE BIBLE.-coraptising its Antiquity, Biography, Geography and Natural History, with nnmerons illustrations and maps, en graved expressly for this work-. Edited by W. Smith, Classical Examiner of the University of London. Now is the time to subscribe, as it eonnot be ob tained of any one else but the agent. For informa tion apply through the Post Office to JOHN O.WOOD. 18-Im Special A rent for Hawaiian Islands. Cement. T)EST PORTLAND CEMENT, in quantities to XJ stilt, t or oaio bneap, at 20 -It THEOD. C. HEUCK'S. A Chapter of Forgotten History. "Slipped oat of History," Is tbe title of a paper in the .March number of Temple Sir, devoted to the iile and cniloas story of Marie Josephe de Saxe. mother of three Klnirs, and jrreat-grandmdther of the present Count of Cham bo rd. She died more than a century ago in 1707 and but for the patient exploration of dusiy records by diligent Dryas- ausiF, such as this Enjlisb Magazine writer, the memories of her life and the incidents of hep time, like those of many other notable persons, would be utterly fnrgotton. Marie Josephe left tier father's court at Dresden, in January, 17-17, to wed the Dau phin of France. The bride was met at tbe frontier. says our jrosslplnjr chronicler, by tbe Dnchess do urancas and her neice, the Duchess de Laraznais. two women of the noblest birth and the most Izno We character. At the head of the Princes' French household, Ihey stripped her of her Polish costumo and turned away her Polish attendants for she came more as the daughter of tho Kins of Poland than of the Elector otSaxuny; and then, as If to seal her life to her new destiny, the elder Duchess pre sented utr with tho fat Danphln's portrait, which tbe younger Duchess took from her and fistencd to her rlirht band. From that moment, Merle Josephe ceased to be of Saxony, and began her career as Luupblne of France. On a following night, the illustrious company were supping- at Nangis, when a courier arrived with a letter from the Dauphin to the elder Duch ess. 1 bat lady, feeling sure that it contained some callant compliment to tho Princess, banded her the missive and prayed her to open It. -Marie- Joscpho opened the letter and read It; as she did so, her color heightened, her eyes filled with tears, and then, dropping the paper, she withdrew, in manifest trouble, to her chamber. Tbe ladies looked at each other in bewilderment, and the Duchess, to whom tbe document was addressed, took it up and read It aloud. It consisted solely of an assurance from the fat and sentimental young Prince, of his uninter rupted affection for Ms first uifc, whom alone he hud loved, ind that he did not care to love any oth er! "How very polite!" exclaimed the scandalized sisterhood. Next day all traces of tears had disappeared from the Danphine's eyes, for she had to meet the whole royal family that day, near Carbell, so she nerved herself, inexperienced girl as she was, for that pur pose, as well as lor her own particular object, which was, to be gracefully self-possessed, and subdue tbe uncivil Prince whom she was about to bare Inflicted on her for a husband. At this Interview, tbe King, Queen and Princesses were overcome with theccsta- cy of their affection for the charming stranger. Tho young Dauphlu was there too, 'but that unhappy fat boy stood apart, staring at bis bride with all the might of his lock-lustre eyes. It was the rfi hest of "genteel comedy" to see how the youthful Dau pblnc allured her glittering Cymon to approach her, and how she bent down his fixed gaze at her, by an honest and rjulet. glance which she now aud then directed at him When she had won him to her side and had stimulated him into frank and joyous conversation, the dellghled Lonls XV. laughed out right, and the whole court followed his example as closely as etiquette would allow. She was really perfect in her way. Her wit seemed to brighten and sharpen, and manifest itself the more, as it seemed tbe more In peril. At Versailles, tbe young Dauphlne led her hard, blameless life with a wit and wisdom that warrant ed the solldltyof her Judgment ns well as the sedate cbeerfulne-8 of her heart. She was wary to avoid all tbe pilfalls which court intrigues dug for her. She affected to be happy so naturally, that people envied her wilb all their hearts. While she seemed to live in the sunshine, and vainly endeavored to draw her husband out of the cold shade of his Indif ference, she wrote 'notes to her brother In Dresden, beginning nlth an outpouring of thanks that he he bad not forgotten his "poor Peppa," and endirg with, "Yonrs to tbe very grave, whither I am fast speeding." But a Trlnce as born in September, 1751, and the rejolclnirs consequent upon that event were universal and hearty. The most curious Inci dent connected with the ceremonies In honor Of this birth, was Ibat of the six hundred marriages of any Parisian couples of lovers who wanted dress. dowry and everything else justify Ing marriage. There was a great difficulty in llnding pairs to match, and there was a running about In search of candi dates. Five hundred francs formed the allurement o bring couples together who had no otber bond. Of that sum, sixty-nine francs wtro to be deducted for the cost of the wedding-dinner, carriages and minor expenses, but tbe city found tbe brides In shoes, stockings, caps, gloves, boqucls, body and tabic linen, and silk and otber dresses of more plain material. Paris also decked the" onter man of all the bridegrooms. The wedding-day was ushered in by the firing of canon. The weddings took place at tbe same hour In divers parish churches, and tbe wedding-feasts were held in some of the best rooms that could bo hired for the occasion. Tbe priests attended, not as guests, hut to await upon the bride and bridegroom, and also to keep order. Finally, there was a dunce, after which tbe married pairs were escorted to their respective homes, amid all tbe Jollity that the occasion required. Versailles, meanwhile, displayed a prodigality of costly gran deur that makes tbe Imagination reel only to think of. Magnificence of dress was insisted in by tho King, and day after day ladies appeared in new dresses, the least splendid of which cost S a yard! and diamonds! which only Colconda could have matched. The Danphinc never showed more grandeur of character than when her husband was seized nlth the loathsome and then common disease, the small pox. Dnmoulin, the chief physician, Insisted on bleeding him freely at the foot. "The Prince may die under it," he said, "but be will certainly die without iL" This was said to Louls XV.Jwho re plied, "Then let him be bled." It was done; su perallon ensued, and tbe Dauphin looked bldeons. Neither by persuasion nor force could his wife be kept from closely tending blm, and when tbe conse quent peril was hinted, sbe answerrd: "If a Dan plane dies, you can easily get another, bat the lost life of a Dauphin cannot be made good; besides," sbe added, "lam, for tbe present, no longer Dan phinc ; I am only an ordinary num." She bad ten times ti e courage of the man over whom sbe watch ed so bravely and so tenderly. It was not etiquette to tell blm the nature of bis complaint, nor(did he want to be told; yet he had a fearful curiosity to know. And here comes a story of wifely love and fidelity, which is thus related: "One day be asked fur tbe Gazette de Pari, a ca per in which the nature of his malady and the bul letin of his health were sure to be printed. Bjt see what care was then taken of the nerves of Princes! a copy of the paper was printed In anticl pallon of bis request, in which the ugly quality of bis malady was not alluded to; still, bis suspicions rendered him uneasy. Oo another occasion, be asked for a sliver plate and a napkin. When these were presented to him, he feebly polished np tbe plate and gazed into It ns if it was a mirror, for which he was afraid to ask. As bis room was dark and the curtain of bis, bed drawn, he was enable to discover any reflection of his face in tbe silver. His snpreme tact was selfish and detestable. He mi at his worst when be asked tbe Dauphlne, wbo was sitting near him, to kiss hire Without hesita tion, the brave woman stooped to that repulsive face and kissed it heartily. Tbe act dispelled his suspicions, but it put a dearer life In double perIL There was no office asked of her wblcb sbe was not ready to perform with cbrcrfulness, more or less as sumed. When the patient wis out of danger and fairly convalescent, the Queen, to whom the an nouncement was made, kissed, not tbe Dauphlne gardc-malade, but M. Dnmoulin, tbe physician." Marie Joteph lost mveral oC her children in their Infancy.and sympathyzing Parisians remarked, "the loss may distress the Danphlne, but It In no way interests the State." Tbe three sons were the Duke of Berry.'and the Counts of Provence and Artols, who were afterwards known as Lohls XVI., Lonls XVI!., and Charles X. Of the twelve children of Marie Josephe, five survived ber. Tbe death ol the Dauphin, in 1765, left ber a widow at tho sge of thirty-four. Nine days after his death she wrote to ber brother Xaviera letter which contained tbcao words: "It has been the tbe will of God that I should outlive him for whom I would have given a thousand lives. I hope that God will give me His grace, that I may employ the rest of my pilgrimage in preparing myself by repentance, to Join ray bus baud's Soul in heaven, where I do not doubt be is puttlngnptbesame prayerforme." In a short time sbe followed her husband to the grave. Her great- grandson, the Count of Chambord, (Henry V.) has been forty years a wanderer. He Is now In Switzer land, faintly yet fondly bopinir that he may yet bo enabled to plant the Bourbon's lilllea again In that Franco where everything' happens aud nothing lasts! The Quakers. A rcceut writer In J3acfaroori Magazine makes a fierce and most unjustifiable on slaught on the Quakers. He says; "Tbe lazy Qua ker shirks military service and pnblic duties, and tries to escape public burdens that he may give him self up to ease and tbe accumnlstion of wealtb. He throw on other men all the hard and dangerous work of tbe world, and thrives at their expense, Isolating himself from all their. interests, passions, fortunes, and living only to bis own sect." No at tempt is made to sustain these statements by facts, for tbe reason, perhaps, that the facts prove exactly the opposite. Tbe abolition of slavery and civiliaz tion of tbe Indians in this conntry Is sufficient to protect them from wholesale abuse of this character. In England tbe names of Sturge and Forstcr as apostles of Anti-slavery, of Lancaster and Allen, advocates of cdncationol progress, of Elizabeth Fry as a prison reformer, and of Ilodgkln and Fowler as labourers for the protection of aborigines In all parts of the world, have passed into history, while In (bo political life of tho present day this small sect is rep resented by eight members of Parliament and a Cabinet Minister, another Minister beingan ex-Qua ker. The latest instance of the public spirit and self-denying benevolence of the "Friends" Is ad duced by a correspondent of the London Tanct, wbo was Informed by the secretary of the Friends' War Victims' Committee that that Society, np to 8th December, bad received X1C.S27 from the Quakers of the United Kingdom, As the whole body ouly numbers 15,000, their voluntary offering In aid of tbe sufferers by a foreign war reaches tbe surprising sum of 5 dollars per head for every man, woman, and child. -Vna Tbrfc TrUmne. It is related by an estimable and very pious lady in New Orleans that, on her way to Sabbath school one bright sunshiny Sunday morning, sbe saw several boys, one of whom was a newsboy, seated in a doorway playing cards; one of them was a Sun day school scholar of tbe lady. She stopped and in sisted that they should accompany her to .church. After some persuasion the three ejdest consented; but tbe youngest, a lad of some six years, persist ently refused. " Why won't yon come, my boy V said the lady, "it is very wrong of you to refuse." But I don't want to go." "Why, what Is the reason ?" Tbe Impatience of tbe little fellow waxed desperate, and, In an Indignant voice, be exclaimed, bis band full ol cards. " U'ouldyou go to Sunday school with a hand full of trumps like that?" "Vat's de matter?" exclaimed a Dutchman, as bo tucked up his apron and ran out of his shop to know the meaning of a crowd In bis neighborhood. A bystander Informed him that a man bad just been killed. "Ob meln dolt! dat Ish all?" said our friend in evident disappointment, "only shust a man kilt! Vy, I touglit It vaa a doir fight!" Pocket I'excil Light. Under tho abovo name, and startling heailiog, n now article hm just been brought before the public. In form it resembles a pencil case, but in place of a lend it is furnished with a taper, so prepared that (unlike ordinary matches, which can only be lit once) it will continne to light every timo it is struck. To uso it, an eighth of an inch of the lead (or "lighter" aa the patenteo terms it), is propelled out of the end of the holder, in tho same manner as the lead in a pencil case, and on striking it on nay hard surface (liko a match), it ignite3 and burns with a clear flamo for a minute' or so, which may be either continued at ptewcro, or instantaneously extinguished by a single turn of tho bottom of tbe holder, or if left alone it burns itself out. After being extinguished, if another light is requited, a turn of tbe bottom of tho holder propels the lighter forward another eighth ofaoinch, which ma; be again igni'ed as before, and this may be repeated aa indefinite Dumber of times nntil tbe whole of the lighter is ex hausted, when two little clasps will be found to have propelled themselves forward ready to re ceive a new lighter, which, without the least trouble, is instantaneously withdrawn into tie bolder ready for use again. Each lead or lighter (retailing at one penny) may be ignited twenty fire to thirty times. These lighters, it is said, cannot be blown out. and are not affected by any amount of damp or wet, and give off no sparks valuable properties, which will recommend them to tbe public ; and, being carefully covered with a chemical fire-proof varnish, they may be han dled any way with complete imnunity.and may be shipped or stocked with the assurance of tho most perfect safety, but should not bo ignited ex cept in the holder. The holders are tastefully got np in the best quality of aluminium gold and silver. They will form a valuable addition to tbe pockets of every one requiring a temporary light for any purpose, such as lighting a cigar or pipo, or the gas cr a candle, or to see the time by night- If not at present quite as cheap as the commonest description of matches, they are certainly a very compact, elegant, convenient, and handy source of a temporary light, and augur the commencement of a complete revolution in the match trade ; they will quickly occupy the same position with regard to the common wooden or wax match a3 tbe pencil ca3C3 now in use do to tho old-fashioned wooden pencils. Tho pa tentees and sole manufacturers of these ligbfera aro Messrs. Samuel and Peace, of LirorpooL Tnc Lite Max. Tbe Live man iz like a little pig, be is weaned young nod begins to root early. He is the pepper sass of creation tho allspice of the world. One lire'man in a vilLvgo 13 like a case of itch at a distiikt school he sets overjono to skratch icg at onst. A man who kin draw New Orleans molasses in tbe month of January, thru a half-inch augur hole, and sing "floras Sweet Home V while tho mohisses iz running, may be strictly honest, bat be amt sadden enough for this climate. The Live Man iz as fall of bizinjss as the con ductor of a street car he is often Eke a hornets very buzzy, bat aboat what tho Lord only kcows. lie lights op like a cotton factory, and baint got enny more time two sparo than a school boy baa Saturday afternoons.