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THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
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VOL. X,-ST0. 10.
HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1J, 1874.
WOLE NO. 478.
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.Thlnl Judicial Circuit Ilnwnll
"Tbere-llonrfng eaten on appeal from tbe District
Ooart, Kan, were beard at Chambers before lion.
VS.Xjmn, at Waloblnu, Kau.
Jm. 21. Kex ts. Halba and Xalci-Illlclt Inter
Her vs. Kaboolubl llallclons Injury. Discharged.
J; CesU & Co. vs. J. Spencer Suit to recover ten
oxen and $73 damages. Discontinued.
Jan. 2i Iter vs. Kaipolelmanu Larceny. Dis
Kaitinliilll te. Holona Discontinued.
KlBebitlua vs. N. George Asaumpslt.fO.GO,
Judgment for plaintiff tS.CO, with costs SlS!43.. Dc
leod&nt noted an appeal.
Kemaka vs. faloa Suit to recover S00 goats
valaed at 00. Judgment for plaintiff, 2S0 goats
vaJatd at $75, and costs (10.CS.
Eaiako vs. Mokubalii Assumpsit, $40. Dlscon
J. Worth vs. Kalalklnl
and Koleamo Damages,
KaVaapele vs. Kakoaa
Oteeenlluued. -Salt to recover a mule.
J4a. St J. Spencer vs. IlooplI Deserting service.
Hqtfpjj ordered back to work.
JlSpencer vs. lloopil Reluslng to serve. Dis
cemfBKca. - -
Kapaoabele vs. L. E. Swain Suit to recover a
borjc vahied aV$39. Konsult declared, with costs,
Ootoaa vs. Mao ct al Trespass on tbe case, each
EHuakapn vs. Keavrekane Refusing to serve.
Kalwi vs. Lapuwalc Suit to recover a mule
Xotmttt declared, with costs $12.33.
.Maltotii v. Kapule Ucfusiug service Case dls-
Keaila :'vs. Joe Hlcard Trespass, $10.- Dlscon-
Kauhl vs. Tehu Trespass, $25. Discontinued.
Kalltoba vs. Kaulia Assumpsit, ?S0. Dlscon
Jan. SI N'akoaana vs. Xloku and Kco Arrears of
reel. Si each. Ditcoiitinued.
DMr.vkoMakaha Suit'to recovers goat skins.
Kaan-e vs. Kalliakaalc Suit to recover a mule.
Case atwtes by death of tbe plaintiff.
Jaa vs. Puhi Deserting service Discontinued.
MalMo vs. Iloloaa Trespass on tbe case $75.
3etfaicel by default for tbe Appellee; plaintiff iu
case, with costs SI.
Jan. 22. Estate of h. Abi, deceased Petition for
letters of adnilnlstratinn. There being no property
a dMeoalinuance was granted on motion of peti
tioner. Jan. 24. Estate of Puhl Kuahlwa, deceased Pe
tition fsclalters of administration. Will admitted
to prat) atefend Komika appointed executor, ordered
to flWnnwvtntory and bond for $500 within one
Estate ol Pabia, deceased Petition for letters of
administration. There being no property except a
small piece of land, and no debts, the property was
delivered to tbe sole proven heir, Xakapalau, tbe
widow of tbe deceased, and the case dismissed.
Eetate of J. Patau, deceased W. J. Martin was
appointed executor of the will and drdercd to file
ioveetory, and bonds for $300, in place of Xakaikua-
an, wbo was unable to give bonds.
i i: s ,
A large and important meeting has been held at
St. JaiMe Hall, with tbe object to express sympathy
efEsgttfhaien for the German Government, in its
straggle with Ultram.ntaine party. Letters support
iag l fee perpoee of the meeting were received from the
AreabieiMps of York and Canterbury, acd 227 mem
Lers of Parliament. Speeches were made by Peel,
Caajnh4ra and others.
In tb new Australian mail service from San Fran
cisco, tbe boats aro to go alternately to Sydney and
Kew Zealand, and vice versa.
Sixteen persons were killed by a railway collision
between Hdinbnrg and Glasgow,
A serieus riot took place at the election in Lime
rick Jan. 16. Two rival candidates of the National
party ar running, and a tight took place hetircen
their partisans. Knives and pistols were freely used
tand several persons were wounded. The police came
upon the ground in force, and put down the riot after
the 'arrest of a number of the participants,
Orth introdneed a bill in the House, for the Issue of
$:,, OOO.OOfl United State! gold notes, to be Wi
by tbe treasury, and to be issued as needed, in cx
ebaage far United States bonds already outstanding,
and te We used as currJncy, the same as greenbacks
or National Bank notes.
Great floods are reported in northern New York.
Agassit's lnain'welghed S61 ounces.
Steam (hip Colorado, at San Francisco, brings Yo
kohama dates to Dec. 23. On the night of Dec. 0th
a dostractfre fire occurred in Ycddo, sweeping airay
weed so baildings from as large an area as that dc-va-ted
by tbe fire of April, 1S72, and destroying a
larger amount of property, as the ground burned orcr
vraf occupied by shows and the residences ef wealthy
aereeaBts. Tbe exact amount of loss is not ascer
tained, but it is estimated at S200.000. Fire-proof
star choose f.r the depWit of valuables, remained un
aartaed. It is rumored many lives were Inst, Sever
al streets are already nearly rebuilt. Inquira ICoio,
several Tears a resident of America, and formerlv a
stadeat at Kew Brunswick, X. J., is appointed chief
director ef the Uollege at Xeddo.
Attvlrca from the Aslmntee War
Leseex. January J9th. Adr receircd to-night
froan Cape Coast are of a favorable and encouraging
caaneler. ibe lung or toe Asnantees has sent an
aaoassador to Sir Gardiner Woolsley to treat for
peace. Ashantees are pressed by the troops, and
have concluded to aoeept peace on the most favorable
terns rather than prolong the war.
IiOsdo.t, February 1st. A despatch from Capo
Oeest Castle savs tweire ambassadors from Ashantee
bad recently arrived in tbe British camp suing for
raee frfrsardiner w oelsley replied that would on
fy treat with the King himself, at Comastie. It' is
reyartod that Woolsley has detained the Ashantee
aeabaasadors as hostages for some British sailors tak-
TUc Cliolrra ttreaks Out In Aclieen.
Te Hagoe, February 1st. A despatch from Pe-
aang reports the cholera as having broken ont in
Aeheen. It Is rumored that the Sultan of Acheen had
deed ef It, and that tbe war was orcr.
MISSI05ART. Wars, floods and tornadoes hare
Veeo interfering sadly with the progress of the Wes
levan mission work in Western Africa. The reason
hasAMoa axeeediugly unhealthy for native and fo r
eJgwers, while the Ashantets bare made haroc among
ehapels, school-rooms and property generally. Still,
the missionaries work and hope on, encouraged now
and then by soeh news as comes from Porto Norn,' a
wafted town with a reputed population of 100,000.
There in tbe midst of a degraded paganism, the Wcs
leyans. wh. are the only rrotestants established in
the place, have a mission house, a small ehapel, and
a scheol-heuse, and ou erery Sabbath, the chapel is
crowded with attentive listeners to the Word.
The Ker. Pore Hue, a Romaa Catholic missionary,
and a satire priest named Ta'y, were dragged from
their bouse, and murdered by a mob at the city Ei'en-Viang-hi'en,
China, September 5th. They had bnt
recently gone to the city, having been authorized so
te do by the high authorities of the province, in
which the city i embraced ; bnt the local mandarin,
a violent hater cf foreigners and Christians, was of
-ours opposed to sneh a movement, and he was
probably the author of the riot. The people of the
city generally are of a quiet disposition, and in many
instances anxious to hear of the new religion.
The Congregatienalists in California hare slxty-Sre
Churches vita an aggregate membership of 2.790.
Connected irith them are sixty-one Sunday Schools
with a membership of 6,069. Seren new "Churches
bare been formed within a year. The benevolent
contributions arc more than doublo those of last year, j
UeCOLGAA c JOIIIVSOIV,
Kaihumann EL, oppoelte Mr. 0. Ilhodes' Store, lr
ED. HOFFSCHLAEQER & CO.,
IHP0ETERS AND C0HMISSION KEECHANTS,
Honolnln. Oahn, II. I. 473 tyl
JOIIA X. 1VAXEKIIOIJSE,
IMP0ETEE AKD DEALER IN GENEEAL
Queen Etreet, Uono'.nlu, H. I. 469 lj
No 83. Tlxo Place King St.
io oet vocn
Xi-ititLx IVork of all kiudM,
And General Repairing done with neatness and dis
patch. 469 lyl K. WHITMAN.
. ir. peirci: & co.
(Successors to C. L. IticmaDi & Co.,)
Ship Chandlers and General Commission Merchants.
Also Agents for tbe Puuloa Salt Works.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islauds.
J OH A H. PATV,
Notary Public and Commissioner of Deeds
For the State of California. Office at tbe Bank of Bltbop
Laic Ji.tio.i, Oaccv i Co.)
IMPOETEE AND COMMISSION MEECHANT.
lyn aoisi roa
Lloyd's and tho Llrerpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marin. Insurance Company, and
Northern Assurance Company.
IVahltingrton DJoat ?I;iriict,
Xext door to Lore's Steatn Bakery, Xuuann Street, Honolulu,
F. W. DUNNE, PaoramoR.
Beef, Mutton and Veal of tho Best Onalltv.
Also, Salt Pork, Salt Beef, Superior Pork Sausages, always
l hand and sold at tbe Lowest .Market I'rleeST
IWJ Meats delltered to all parts of Ibe City. f'y
1V1I.LIA.11 II. IAVIS,
Conveyancer. Translator, Collector, and
Will be found at the LAW OFFICE OF Mr. Eilnnrd
lrttOII. Attorney Ut Law. On Merchant ttrttt. hflnw
Lewera A Ulckson's Lumber Yard, betneen Fnrt
xeasireeis, Jionoiuiu. 40G Cm
i. ii. lii rciicocii.
Illlp, Haail. 432-ly
XIIOS. G. XIIIEIKU'S
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
and Circulating Library,
Merchant Street, Honolnln. Also Stencil Cutting. En
graving, Callgrabby and Copying, promptly executed on
reasonable terms. l&MySahl
In Fasblonible Clothing, Hats. Caps. Boots. Shoes, and
every variety of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Snow's
Building. Merchant Street. Honolulu. 4G4-ly
Al'OAG & AJ1IIJCI.
Importers, wholesale andHRetail Dealers in
AndCblnaOoods, In theFlre-proof c-tore on NuuanuStreet,
under tbe Public Hall.
vii,ii;it & co..
Successors to Dousett & Co., Corner Fort and Queen streets,
Lumber, Paints, Oil, Nails, Salt and Building
t-iju-iyj materials, of every land.
A. W. JCJ1D. K. W. tAISI.
JUDD & EAIAE.
GROCERIES AND PROVISION DEALERS,
Family Grery an Feed Store,
430-ly M Fori Street, Honolulu
XII O MAS LACK,
Successor to John Neitl.
Machinist, Lock and Cun Smithll
ciui ..incuiiica rcmircui icaier in sporting UOUU9
AgeniiorineueleDratea rlAJKKAl'E S;IV1U MACHINES,
4U. tori aireel, Honolulu, II. I. 430-ly
KE.IEOIIA A: PAifEi:,
House, Ship and Sign Painting!
HATlng-opened their shop on tbe above street, are prepared
to do alt manner of work in their Hue of business. Charges
reasonable, and all work done with neatness and dispatch.
E. O. HALL Jk SOW,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
Dry Goods, Paints, Oils and General Merchandise,
Corner Fort and KiogSti.
UIEEirVGIIAI & CO.,
IMPOETEES AND DEALERS IN HARDWARE,
Cutlery, Dry Goods, Paints and Oils, and General Mer-
clianuise. No. Do, King Street, Honolulu. 43-ly
Ha. s. ctEonoax,
jxo. s. simuixs.
A. S. CI.IIGIIOItA
IMrOaTERS A3D PEA LEES IX
Gonoral gVIorol3.fi.Ti ri i so,
Corner Queen and Kaabumaun Streets,
Nnuanu St., and corner Fort and Hotel Sts.
DIE. O. S. CIT.IimiYGS,
HOMEOPATH I ST, 63 FORT STREET,
41 HOKOIjULTJ, H. I. ly
IIOZVOEUI.ir SOAP lVOItlk!,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor ef tho above Works Is prepared to supply his
customers, ana tne public la general, wttu the best quality
Yellow Soap. Soft Soap nlvrnya on linml.
The Uighut met PaidorSoap Grrate. 460 ly
i mm 1
. EIILKUS & CO., Jfj
DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Fire-proof Store on Fort St.. above Odd Fellows Hall. 4SMy
C. S. IIAUTOAV
ISalesroom on Queen Street,
one door from Kaabnmanu
W. I.. GREEIV,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT AND BROKER,
OSce, In Tire-proof BnUdlngs. Qneen Street.
Honolnln, Hawaiian Islands. 4&ly
Fort Street (Esplande), Honolulu,
Has constantly nn hand and for sal. at the Lowest Make
Prices, a good assortment of the Best ReSned Bar Iron, and
he nest Blacksmltira-Joal. 450 ly
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.'
STEAM ENGINES, SiiRitr Mills,
Ten I . r,wiT. Tmw Tfr m sanrl I-arl a fin era
Machlnory of Every Description,
Ci JIaa. to Order.
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing
CS-JOB WORK executed on the shortest notice. ISC-ly
C. E. WILLLUI!,
MANUFACTURER, IMPORTER AND DEALER
InFumltureofeverydescriptlun. Furniture Ware- Itoomi on j
Fort Street, opposite phase's Photograph UaUery. Work
shon at tha old stand on Hotel Street, near Fort.
4S5 Ordersfntmtbentberislandspromptlyattendedto. fly
U.SI0EIXI5. E. EtsTUa.
3. SEGELKEA 6c Co.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPEE SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nunanu Street, between Merchant and Queen
Have constantly on hand, Stoves, Pipe, Galvanize4
Iroa Pips, Plain and Hose ibbs,Sup-cocts,Ind.a
' Enbber Hose Ust 3-ply, In lengths of 2J and ;0
Jreet, with couplings and pipe complete. Batb-Tnb.,
andaleoa verv larpeatoelc orTlowar. oTev.rv d.
rarticuUrattention given to ohip-Wort. Ordersfrom the
olher islands will be carefully attended to.
Thankful to the Citizens of Honolulu and the Islands
generally tor their liberal patronage In the past, we hope by
stnc.aucuuoa louusmessiomcrltthesame lormeinture
S. 2(. CASTLE. J. B. ATBCBT0.1. 1. V. COOKE.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
Dealers in General merchandise,
Ko. 60 King Street, Honolulu, Uawallan Islands.
The TJnicn Insurance Company of San Francisco.
The New England Mutual Lifelnsuranco Co., Boston.
The Oregan Packet Ltue,
Tbe Kohala Plantation.
Pr. Jayne 1 Sous Celebrated
tthceler Wilton's Sewing
Tb. Haiku Plantation,
W. It, nailer's Plantation,
South Kona Plantation.
12. I. AUA.1IS.
Auctioneer and Commission Merchant,
Queen Street, Honolnln, H. I. , 412-tiJ
Jtl. X. DO.HHELL,'
CABINET MAKES AND UPH0I.STEEEB
Klne; Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis' Cooper Shop. Will
1551 buy and salt second-band Furniture. ly
V. A. gCIIAlTFKK & CO.,
Importers and Commislon Morchants
454 Ilonolaln, Hawaiian Islands. (ly
IMPORTER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT. '
457 Honolulu, II. I. lj
I It . SI O.X X S .11 I X II ,
Having resumed practice, can be found at bis rooms over
E Strebz i Co.'i Drug Store, corcortr Fort and Hotel Sis.
XIIEO. W. GUIjICH,
IHshei to caII the Attention of tbe pntllc to his new Dental
jaoorji!, oxer ur. ciangcoMaia B utflce, corner or Fort aotl
CHAN. X. GVI.IVK.
IST otary 2P tj. "Jo 1 i'o .
Agent to take Acknowledgments for Labor
47 Interior Olllce, llonuliilii. ly
C. U. LEWBRS. J. n. DICKSON
i,i:u'i;Kff &. DiCKNors,
IMP0ETERS AND DEALERS IN LUMBER,
And all kinds of Building Materials, Fort Street, Honolnln.
IIOI.I.ES .fc CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants.
Importers and Dealers In General Merchandise, Queen Street,
nunuiuiu, Hawaiian llianus.
49s Agents for tbe Kaunakakal, Moanalua. and Kakaako
Salt IVnrL, 1 ' ,,n
BART LETT SALOON,
Corner of Hotel nml Fort Streets.
CIIIIICIIST axis nrT ' a rr i
imio uinuya io oq lounu at IU4 liar.
ill. ii. GIEIAItAIiMI &, CO..
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing. Hall. Csds. Boots. Shoes and
every vaneiy 01 uenileincn's sunerlor Furnishini? flnn..
ciuio iu .uaitee UIOCK iucen siroeiviiouoiuiu, 11. i.
1YALKE3. .j, .
S. C. ALLEN.
Shipping and Commission merchants,
Queen Street, Honolulu, H. 1.
Agents for the Hawaiian Packot Line.
PrlDCCTille Plantation, I Spencer's Plantation,
Onomea Plantation, Naalebn Plantation,
Imperial lire Insurance Companv. tendon.
Merchants' Mutual Marine Insurance Co., San Francisco.
Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.
Schrs Fairy Queen. Actlto and .Mary Ellen. f430-ly
ALLEiV Jfc CIIII.EirVGiro
Will continue theOoneralMercbandlseand Shipping business
uv inc iwjuic pori, wuere iney aro prepared 10 turntsh the
justly celebrated Kawalhaa Potatoes, and audi olher Ro-
crons as are required by wbaicslilps, at tbe shortest notice
ami on inemost reasonable terms, firewood always on
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL !
rwiiiK pitoi'itiirroR wrrx hi-ahi: xo
-U- pains to make this
EXiE G- AKTT SOTEIj
First-Class in Every Particular!
ROOMS CAN BE HAD BY THE WEEK OR NIGHT,
with or without board.
Hull rind Iircc Itooms to IaI for Public
453 JI( otlneH or Soclotlf"). lr
CASKS COAL TAR FOR SALE BY
OTOCKIIOLM, IN DHLS. AND HALF DDLS.
IO American Tar in bbls. Forsale by
6 BOLLES i CO.
TJ USSIA DOCK. HEMP SAIL TWINE, COTTON
.a-ir jjuck. assoriea numDers. uoiton .-.911 Tw no a
sorted sires. 3 or sale by
CJIZES FROM 5-8 TO 1 5-8 INCH. SMALL
Chain in quantifies to suit.
For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
ftOYTALMMl AROGT 20,000 HA-iVAITA-V
uuAi?, vjui ijig.isu Kuicauoii. una
An English -Hawaiian Vocabulary,
CHRONOLOGICAL TABLE OF HISTORICAL EVENTS!
BY XORRIX ANDREWS.
pntr-T- f Bound la Sheep.
IIlllXM Ttnnnrf In Ir.tf
I Bound In Half Morocco...
ir. it. wiimrEY.
Tliis Valuable IFitffccan be obtained of
Mr- TrTP.VT'T! .f-Tr-n- 1 . ........ . T. t j
... . . ...... , AHn.i.WK. Jtun, UUUUU11.
Messrs. HAIC'ES A CO., John Street, Xcw Yorlc
Messrs. BAXCitOFT CO., San Francisco.
Also, for Snip,
Ifavrntlnn nnd Encllh riirnao Rnnlr on nn
JJnrvnllnn Grnmrunr a.. . l oc
TO FOREIGN POROCATIOXS, 1VI.SIIIXG
any Changes made in their Snnnl lev. nr. r..
quested to give notice as soon as convenient.
As a rule, all Subscriptions to Periodicals should
commence wiih the First Date in January ; and where
tbey bare not done so heretofore, they can readily be
changed so as to terminate with December 31st, 1871.
This will be more convenient for the subscriber and
me agent. jpr
All orders promptly attended to
o- H. 31. WHITNEY.
Goia Pen or Pocket Iinlfcl
To be had at
463 st witrrsEra.
FIEE INSURANCE C0MTA2JY.
aiiia ana on iiicrciiauuiic iiorra inrrrm, no mc
moat faroraMe terms. For particulars apply at thecfSreof
474-ly F. A. SCHAEFBR k CO.
I A. SCIIAIlFEIt,
AGENT of Iiremen Ilonnl or Unilervrrltri,
Agent of Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Agent of Vienna Board of Underwriters.
Claims against Insurance Companies within tbe jurisdiction
of tbe a bore Doards of Underwriters, will hare to be certl
fied lo by tbe abore agent to make tbem valid. f470-ty
riTIIIE IIXDERSlOiVED, A6GXT9 of the
D .h... r.nn.n.nw .... .. . I. .. . j . . , ... I ...... . .l.V.
in Cargo, Freight and Treasure, by Coasters,
'from Honolulu to all ports of tbe Hawaiian Oroup, and vlco
. It. IIACKFF.LP CO.
OP SAW PHAWoTsCO.
FIRS AND KARI1.E.
y CiinIi Cnpllal, Gold, 500,000.
By writing small lines on carefully (elected risks,
well distributed, offers
irvniijuviTY siicorvu xo ivoae.
Lossos Promptly Adjustod.
BISHOP & CO.,
473-5m Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands.
BISHOP & CO.,
33 .A. 1XT 331 33 3H. S ,
IIONOL.UI.IJ, i i t HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
draw ixcnaxos ox
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA, : : : : SAN FRANCISCO,
ibd iniia AQsars ta
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, : :
ASD TUXIS BBASCUIS 15
And transact a Oenenl Banking Bnsiness. 473-ly
THE AOEXT FOU THE IlItlTISH For
eign Marine Insurance Company, (Limited). lias re
ceived Instructions to reduce the rates of Insurance
between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific, and Is now pre.
pared to issue Policies -at tbe Lowttt Jtates, with a special
reduction ou Freight perSteamers.
'lll&U. 11. UAI1U,
400-ly Agtnt Urit. For. Mar. Int. Co. iLimiUd
THE UXDEUSIGINED, AGENTS OF THE
above Company, have been authorized to Insure risks
on Cargo, Freight and Trensnre, from Honolulu
to an pons 01 tne world, and vice versa.
o-iy 11. IIAUritELl) uu.
NORTH BRITISH AND MERCANTILE
OF LOKlini' ASD EIIIXUUIIGII.
Accumulated nml Invested Fund, '3)838, 118
rBllIK UNDERSln.VED HAVE IIEEV AP.
M- POINTED AGENTS for the Sandwich Islands, and are.
authorised to Insure against Firs upon favorable terms.
Risks taken Inanrtiart oftbelslandion Wooden IlnlMlni-s
and Merchvndise stored therein. Dwelling II, uses and Furn.
lnrn TlmW flii.t. Shin. In l,t. ,, '
or under repair. NMlyJ ED.II0FFSCIILAE0ER4C0.es
SUGAR & MOLASSES.
ClUGAIl NO IV COJIINC IN and for snlc
KJ in quantities to suit purchasers by
AFONG 4 ACHUCK.
Pioneer Mill, Lahainji.
CAMPJJELL & TUKTON, Proprietors.
Crop of Sugar of superior duality, now eomini?
in and for sale in quantitiej to suit by
73-3m II. HACKFELD A CO.
Thomas Speneer Plantation,
HILO, II. I.
Susrar siiul rUoltisHC Crop 1874.
1UOP SOW COJI1NG IN, and for sale
J in quantities to suit purchasers, by
473-3m WALKER A ALLEN. Agents.
NEW CROP NOW C0J1INO IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to suit purchasers, by
C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
WEST MAUI SUGAR ASSOCIATION.
L A H A I HA, MAUI.
CHOICE SUGARS Crop of 1874 now coming
in and forsale by
-wni,J u. lWKVtKK lo., Agents.
IVcir Crop of Hiiuar & niolnsscs
t OW COMINU IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN-
l.ti tltics to suit purchasers by
C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
Sitpar anil ITIoInHHCH Crop 187-1
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
473-3m , WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Siisrar itnd niolnsne Crop 187
flOMINO IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
J to suit purchasers, by
473-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins
rf10NSTANTLY OX HAND and for Sale,
v irom me weu-xnown
WAH1EA TASXEllV, C. KOTLET, Prop'r
4-ly A. S.4.CLEOH0RS CO., Agents.
s-5 m rJS
?? 5'! - 3'
a, cj a s si I J5
;a S -3 si I 2
SS ii ; s
si 15 -S I a it s
ASJIALLLOTOF THOSE S 0PERIOR QUALITY
CIGARS, just received. These cigars, are like
those we bad about ooeyear since, end pronounced to
be tbe best article offered in this marketduring the last
twenty years. Specially put up for us 200 cigars in
a box. For tale by
BOLLES & CO.
suit a. whuavi. acxar r. suaciuu. cms. a. xetais
WILLIAfilS, BLANCHARD & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
47 218 California Street, San Francisco. ly
A. P. EVERETT,
Forwarding and Commission merchant,
103 Front SlriTt, corner or CIny,
KO- Particular attention paid to Consignments of Island
Produce. 431 iy
DR. J. COLLIS BROWSE'S
IS THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE.
THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
the unfounded statements frequently made, "that
the composition of CULR0DYNE is known to Chem
ists and tho Medical profession." The fact is, Chlo
rodyne was discovered and invented By, Dr. J. COL
LIS BH0WNE (ox. Army Medical Staff), and so
named by him, add it has baffled all attempts at anal
ysis by tho first1 Chemists. or tho day. The method
and secret of tho preparation have never been pub
lished. It Is obvious, therefore, that anything; sold
under the name, save Dr. J. COLLIS BROWNE'S
CHLOUODV.VL', is a spurious imitation.
CAUIION Vico-ChanccllorSir W.P.Wood stated
that Dr. Colli Browne was undoubtedly the inventor
of Chlorodjne. st
REMEDIAL USES AND ACTION.
This Invaluable remedy pnIuces quiet, refreshing sleep,
relieves palu, calms the systnm, restores tbe deranged func
tions, and stimulates healthy action of the secretions of tbe
body, without ctenting any of those- nnplea.ant resultsat
tendlng tbe use of opium. Old and young may take It at all
huurs and times when requisite. Thousands of persona tes
tify to its marvellous goal effects and wonderful cures, while
medical men extol Its virtues most extensively, using It In
great qunnuues in in. ixnowing diseases: unoiera, dysen
tery, Diartbtea, Cotics, Coughs, Asthma, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Whooping Cough, Cramp Hysteria, ic
EXTRACTS FROM MEDICAL OPINIONS.
The Right Hon. Earl Rustell communicated bitb. College
of Physicians, and J. T. Davenport, that he bad received In
formation to the effect tb&t the oaiv remedy of aay service In
Cholera was CHLORODYNE. Seo Lanett Dee. 31, ISM.
Dr. Lowe, Medical Missionary In India, reports (Dec.lSGO)
that In nearly every caso of Cholera In which Dr. J. COLLIS
BROWNE'S CHLORODYNE was administered, the patient
Extract from Medical Timer, Jin 12.1SW. "ChlorodyDe Is
prescribed by scires of orthodox medical practitioners. Of
course It would not thus bo singularly popular did It not
supply a want and fill a place.' "
LXiraci irom tno uenerai Board ol Ilealtb, London, as to
Its efScaeyin Cholera "So strongly are we convinced of the
Immense value of this remedy, that w. cannot too forcibly
urge tbe necessity of adopting it in all case.."
CAUTION. None genuine without the words "Dr. J.
COLLIS BROWNE" on tbe Government Stamp. Overwhelm
lng medical testlmouy accompanies each bottte.
Solo Manufacturer, J. T. DA VKNPOIIT,
33, Great Russell St., liloonisbury, London.
Sold In Bottles at Is. l'l., 2a. (VI.. and 4s. 6.1.
Agents In New Vork, W. II. Scmirrtux Co. and J. C.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
Tho Basis of Our Business.
SjllHST. To .Manufacture all sneh Books and Sta
ttonery as can be don. here as well as elsewhere, and
thereby directly benefit our customers and onrselrea.
SECOND To lluv anil Sell Book, ami Slllnn
ery so as to make it to tbe Interest of dealers and consum
ers to come to us in preference to sending East.
83- Wo manufacture and Import every description of Sta
tionery, carrying laigo stocks of PapcrEnveIopea and Blank
Books of our own manufacture. Inks, Slates, etc
S- Ovar 1,100 varieties or Blank forms kept In Stock.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
430-1 r San Franc'sco. Cal.
IIATIXO I'tlHCIIASKI) THE
Blacksmith Shop, Tools, stock and flood
WW of the buslnessof Mr. Wm. DUNCAN,
the Shop on Queen Street, opposite the
oiu msrom noose, will De closed, and the
RemOTClI tO 111 C SllOp Oil IhO Esplanade,
Lately occupied by Mr. Duncan,
Where Blacksmithing will be Carried On
In nil ll.s ItranchcN.
Particular Attention I'nld to
Afhlly competent workman being employed to make It
BLACKSMITH'S COAL and IRON
Allvny 011 Ilnml nml for Unlc.
rrrT" Orders from the other Islands promptly filled and
jxo. ir. Tiiojn-jio.v.
Tpifiirr lots of iixd, located on.
KAHCA or WAIKIKI PLAIN, directly makaldSaB
or west of the land lately fenced In by Mr. James B. i
Lemon, and opposite the residence of J. A. llasslnger, Esq,
Nos. 180, 181, 212,
214, 215, 257, 258,
On the Government Surrey, and belonging to the Estate
of tbe late M. I. Whitney. The land exteods frora-KIng
street to Beretania, along itlkol street, with a frontageu
King street of IIS feet, and 200 feet on Ileretanla. and con
tains about 3600 fatboms, or over three acres. Four of
them aro corner lots." They wUI be disposed of In two
parcels or Four Lots each, or In single lots, as may suit pur
chasers. For building purposes no better site are now In
the market, and Improvements are constantly being made
In tbe vicinity. Tho Title is Royal I'atent. Terms easy,
For further particulars Inquire of H. B. DOLK.
4J-Jm Or II. JI. WIirrSEY.
THE GREAT BOOK
Of tlio Soason.
H0WI FOUND LIVINGSTONE
Uy 11. M. STAXLEV.
One large octavo volume, 730 pages, superbly illas
' trated with
Sixty Eiisrr.-iTinKSTanil Ulnp.
This Volume contains the latest and most authentic
information regarding the Central Region of Africa,
and should be in erery man's library.
A Fovv Volumes only.on hand.
Apply to H. M. WHITNEY.
Dick's Eneyelopiedia of oyer G,4W Practical Re
ceipts and Processes,
Tho JaDaneso in America.
Miller's EongYof the Sicfrii.
Cooper's Leather Stocking Tales.
The Church Hymn Book.
Tho Sacrifice of Praise, with tunes.
For sale by H. JI. WHITNEY,
AN ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY!
Reams Ruled Cap Paper,
Reams Ruled Letter Paper,
Reams Rated Note Paper,
Boxes Initial Note Paper, '
Boxes Envelopes, ajiortcd,
te., Ac, Ac.
437 II. 31. WHITNEY.
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN BBLS AND HP. BBL3.
Wilmington Pitch in bbls. Forsale try
S BOLLES A CO.
Oregon Oats and Bran !
For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
Regular Packet for Hilo I
THE FINB FAST-SA1XIN0 YACUI
E l. TJ 3S. X,
Will run regularly for HUoand K"aup?inea. ieariog
about every two weolca. Sor freishtjx.paisaj,, hav-lncflrst-class
WAIiKBR A ALLEN. AjrenU.
tVILt, KOX rtEOTJU,lRI.T TO THE
above port. Tor freight or paaeag. apply te .
4;j.3m ITALSEIl A ALLES
SCHOONER ' rVlARY ELLEN.'
REGULAR PACKET Tor Walnee and
ii .ItasUaea. For freight or passag. appil to
d WALKER t ALLEN.
For Kohala, Hawaii.
JJTt IVItX nUX AS A IlEr.IJL.Ul l'ACKET
Ra to the abovs Porta. For freight or passage apply to
WALKHll A ALLEN. Agenta.
Regular Mclokai Packet.
fa Thn Schooner 'Mile Morri3'
Will run reRuUrly every weet to
Kannakakai and Ports 03 the South sido of Holokai
For Freight, apply on Bourd to
4a any CAPTAIN JOHEPK UX.V.
.O TT 1ST j3El. ID XIKr3EJ.
THE BRITISH AND NORTH AMERICAN
ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS,
LIVEUl'OOL,, BOSTON AND XEtV YOIUI,
Calling at Cork Haroor.
THREE SAILINGS EVBRtSWEKK.
BoUinia anil Seythia Building.
Abyssinia, Ofttna, MarMhm, Sinmrw,
Aleppo, Cuba, -Teroew. jHerfa,
Atias, 7rril, Ottmrnu, SeoHa,
Algtrta, Jem, JvZbmra, Skion,
Jtitania, A'lriWr, JhrtMa, Tnrifa,
Calabria, Malta, Sunta, Tripoli.
From New Vork ewery AVeilnesilajiniia Sat
urday. Front llostou erery Saturday,
RATES OP PASSAGE.
Cabin trill SSO, 3I0D, and 8130 Gold,
According to aeeommodation.
Tickets to l'aris.315 gM additional. Return. TMeta
on favorable terms.
Steerage, 1 t 1 1 S.10 Currency.
Steerage tickets to Liverpool and Quea.tvwa.aad all part,
of Europe, at lowest ratas.
For Freight ami Cabin PaMg, Sfplv at th. Osapany.
0me,4 Bowling Green. For Steerage IWsco, at 111 Broad
wan Trinity Building, New York.
JHa CAS. 0. rRASCKLYN.Aiaat.Xsw Toik,
Notice to passengers from AoatraHa, ".w ZealaBd, Chit
and Japan. Tbe Conard Line afford, mar. loan nasal facili
ties to through paasengsrs from traa-Pul(rt pwU, Ik. ft.
que ricyfl3 Sailing precluding all petttMffy May I. New
xorkr1 flood accommodatloss always roaervwl,
Wiiy-M" a a. fkanqkltn
No. 34 Quoon Stroot,
IlfAVK FOR SALE.
emp and Manila Cordage, all slsos.
Patent and Plain Bush Blocks, all silos.
Anchors and Cbala Cablot, assarted sites,
Cotton Duck and Hemp Canvas,
Cotton and Hemp Sail Twine.
-tu WHmlngten Pitch.
Whalo acd Sperm Oil
Paint) and Paint OU,
And a General Assortment ef
Groceries and Ship Stores
?3i All of which will be sold at too lowest poHille
California II rick.
For sale by B0LLB8 A CO.
Prepared Lime Juice,
WARRANTED TO KEEP MS AXV CXI
HAIR. In:. tawISadlea-aaskaraa.
DWJjra A CO.
ASSORTED SIZES, PUT DP IN CARTOONS,
and warranted the genuine arUela.
for sale by (6) B0LLB6 A CO.
WORMLINE, HOtJSELINE, SBIZDiTJ, MAR
LINE, Ac. For sale by
6 EOLLES A CO,
California Saloon, Pilot Bread.
CltACKEIW-A CfKTlfeAf, ,V880RTirBXr.
Alio, A Fen- taws Mnllnm, In linnll Cnke-i,
Suitable for the Be tail Trade. For SM by
,z BOLLBS Jt CO
Ha-waiian Mess Beef,
PACKED DT H. ERTI.IMAjr, ASD.
WAltlWJTTEU For Me try f
BOLLES Jt CO.
Star Copper Paing
fS.CAi.tojr AxrTfiiAij axtos a5
JJlorhale by "y.T) BOLLBB t
VefciSx-SFor Sal try (HI; BOlXBt CO.
A FEW CASKS OF VERY 3UPBRICR QITALnT
For sale by (S) UOLLWACO.
A GOOD ASSOUTJIENT JUST KE
CEIVED direct from China.
A small lot left of the I-I lb psp enStFpr Sale by
459 BOLL'DS A 00.
1873 Colombia River Salmon,
TV HAICICELS AND HALF UAKRCLS,
A Prime Quality. None tetter in the Market-
Par Sale by (9) EOLLBSA-BO.
San Juan Lime,
A SPLENDID ARTICLE 100 Barrels
received by the ' JIattle JfacJeay.' For sola by
E0LLE5 A CO,
TJ1NGLISH IRON-STOCK ANCHORS WEIGHT
BOLLES A CO.
Canned Heats, Fruits and Vegetable!.
A 1'UX.L. ASSORTMENT OF TJIE
XA. above, direct from the passers. For ealo by
BOLLES : CO.
Polar and Sperm Oil,
Jf QCANnTirS TO S irr-ror Sole by