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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 27 May 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. punusnr.D Every Wednesday -lorning, AT S&-00 PER AJfStm. Slalled to Foreign Subscribers at $7.00. OmcE On Merchant street, west of BOOK AND JOB PRfflrme iliumixt . TUB "OAZBTTB" omcJ Is now rirparrJ to execute all enters tor run in mx mm. Or EVERT DBHCRIPTIOX, -WITH iTEATHBSa AUD DISPATCH he Tost Office, Honolulu, II. I. printed n4 polluted by J. Morr Skitb, t the GoTormtnt Printing OS', to whom 11 bosintM VOL. If NO. 19.1 HONOLULU, WEDNISDAT, M AT 27, 18G8. $6.00 PER YEAR. comnmntcitlonii mom ve auurrwwu. BUSINESS NOTICES. McCOLGiUV At JOII'SOX, MERCHANT TAILORS, FORT STBEET, HONOLULU, 10 Opposite T. C. Ilcnck's. fly IRA RICHARDSON, ElirOKTEK AI MHAI..EU 1H BOOTS, SHOES & GENTLEMEN'S FUB- NISHINQ GOODS, Corner ot Fort and Merchant Street!, S HONOLULU, II. I. Pt LANGLEY, CE0WELIT& CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. Itattcry unci Clay Street, sax ric.Avci.sco, cal. 6-3 in EDWIN JONES, GROCER AND SHIP C HANDLES, I.aliuiua, Maui. Money and Recruits furnished t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 27 May 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. J. MOTT SMITH, Director of the Government Press. HONOLUMf : 1 WEDXHSDAT, MAY 27. 18RS. BY The Annual Examination of the Gov't Eng lish Day Schools in this district will take place at the Mililani Girls' School, King Street, and at the Royal School, Kahehuna, on Monday and Tuesday, the 15th and 16th prox. respec tively, commencing at 9 o'clock a. K. The public are invited to attend. By order of the Board. W. Jab. Sunn, . Education Office, May 2S.IS68. Sec'y. Pdbuc Notice. The attention of the public of Honolulu is directed to the fol lowing sections of the Civil Code, which will" be Btrictly enforced from and after this date: Sec. 338. It shall be tho duty of the Fire Wardens, twice in every year, and as much ofteaer ai they may think proper, to examine the dwelling-houses and other buildings in their respective districts, for thepurpojo of as certaining any violations of this law, and also to examine the fire-places, hearths, chimneys, stores and stove-pipes in the...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 27 May 1868

COMMERCIAL., nOSOLXTLV, 3IA.T2&, 1SCS. Tbx only foreign arrlTal we bare to report is the British schooner Kioto, from TktarU, T. L, with salmon to Powaett t Co. The schooner Alaska sailed to-day for Portland, Orrron, taking a fall cargo cf So. 1 newt, ud Is expected to retunulirect to tW part with cmrjo of floor, oeta, bran, bacon, salmon, etc TTe understand that a floe new schooner of about IS) tons was' nearly finished at Victoria, V. I-, and h to V tent to UiU port for sale. Srah Yessel it much .needed far tlie Uilo trade. The tale of I. Keinhardt stock, whlth took place last weekat auction went oft" rclnarklbij well, eon- eidering the tlmva, and man; articles brought futly the Jobbing lirlcex. On Saturday erenUi, Mr. Bartow iiold the lars stock of Japan goods, mostly lacquered ware, brought here by DrSekido. The sale was well attended and the prices obtained were fair. yte bark Comet, which arrived at San Francisco on the 6th, was eipected to loare on the llh, and would be n...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 27 May 1868

t R. R. R, 90 on or 1 OF DEATHS, that annually occur, are caused by Prevent able' Diseases, and the greater portion of those com plaints would, if Radway's Ready Re lief or PilL, (as the case may require,) were administered when pain or uneasiness or slight sickness is experienced, be extenuinated from the sys tem in a few hours. PAIN, no matter from what cause, is almost instantly cured by the Ready-Relief. In cases of Cho lera,Diarrhoea, Cramps, Spasms Bilious Cholic, in fact all Pains, Aches and Linruiities either in the Stomach, Bowels, Bladder, Kidneys, or the Joints, Muscles, Legs, Arms, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Fever and Ague, Head ache, Toothache, &c, will in a FEW" MINUTES yield to the soothing influence of the Ready Relief. S widen CoJJs, Cott;hj, IsSnmza. Dip theria, Hoiwihj, Srt Threat, Ctiiilj.Ferer end Asue, Mercurial Futi, Scttkt Fever, take froa roar to-six vl Ralwav's Pitts, and also take a Leapoosifcl of the Bendy Relief in a pass of mua water, sweet ened with s...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 3 June 1868

1 lV pai0aiianlH2rite HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, BOOK ANDtfOB Every Wednesday Horning, ' AT S3-BO FGX AVXVJt. Salt Kwxlrn Sxtmttin STJJtt. Orncx 0 iIecciS iJrwt. ww of , fee lvt Oo. UnaMs, II. I. ; THK MQAUrTX" CUTrCB ! bow prtparM U txtcaet all ocwen hr w m hkt nun. Iit ai fMbbt V Srt im at tb VOL. IT XO. 20.1 HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1868. $6.00 PER YEAK. or etert MMumox, m WTTK NXATNBM AND OI8FATOK BUSDfE$ NOTICES. MERCHANT TAILORS, POST STEEST. HOXOLTJLU. ; Oy yttc T. C. lUwcJ,. V IRA RICHARDSON, rjlFOlSTEK JUV1 UH.ll.UK IX SOOTS, SHOES liiSTI.? WETS FC3 GOO 25. Calmer X jFrt euatl TZctrcJULjat trrl. i ) UOXUX.rX.tr, II. I. CV ItAXGLEY, CEOWELL & CO., i Wholesale Dmgists. j Cor. Ilattrx-y and Clay Streets. ' SAA l'KXACIJiCO. ClU EDWIN JONES, GKOCSB- ASD CHAXBLEB, Lahninn. Ttaul. XUEO. 11- U.VVIliS, (IaM fcua, me 1 Co.. L3CEQ2IES a a?3OII5oI0X Xrt&ta Imbim Cnfujt. 3 BraaUk. Fn 31m Ismxuc Caw W. AHSJLSWS, Im SStet. e Odd JiBmrs Si2. Gtm yartwirilir UMdn W kt rrfajr f c- a. Lxwx...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 3 June 1868

II IV III IV I I Vir'prr WsltTr;ius4itHilb kirkitcof. or j Ostrd rxrMr w th llXh ar.d ISh Having; lojal man to my (i i.c.i. a t. j n, revwbthtj, wotch e . toctr. have ut evtue to band. Ttxj thU utjccl. I bH dUtulM It Wli la-. . i . . J MOTT UTM j arf;crw IW r11 13X1 w" Birtrtcr'cf the GoTna--eat Pr, I tk ww. wr - j sjvl to traascrata tbwr pmiregw, either I taalveTttol?t- of jtirpowlr. and it can b ' t katta tkat ths frmtfcfwt. a? wH as lb Mvrtits, rf Iha preiS sheuM Sf occa- HONOIXUf: -WKDNKSDAY. Jl'XK X ISSS. BY AUTHQRITY. tier-a pipUc picture, of the debt on tha j meat. iomnmcut. tax "j" on without COE1- Ttrr- is do dispctUtJoa rvMeat oa th file replied ' ... . . . . - . wr ' pisrto tae? AsrDwr -to taw. iropna- i General : 10th. When the Eudl!t came 1b. view the army wa in crrd array. The tight opened w. Ub. etortarst Soon rter, 5S0 Abrsslutans, whh shouts anil dashed down the hilt and caaaged the- Kriltsh battcric. They were rvpalsrd. leaving seven hilled on lb '8!. lncludics two...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 3 June 1868

V COMMERCIAL. HtAVOtirfiF, jeve z, isss. TnhAOwtKiinijnitirii; wrefac xjwm iIiilt8ktemWlliiml"' twiaiSTTr0. OerSi rtaw " l tbe 1U - Euiia .-. imc1 tern. Qxn ik 1 l T" mW UlX,SIJtM TV,McMntr Slv aertred jrcVv & xV k .era. nfn W-"v R fee uv ;v aac la Urf omimm m ul turf. u4 t W Ml vtwstj- OomUkiM H.-m. jwcj- wtr .-tt I tk i 1 1 JH aCM u4 n uflMtM ijv TVeWt. Jft CHweU. MM M Utn Slu(3MidlMMuiMVn M.Ooa.1 msM fc-M, fM. Am. aa Cwrti IWniMfvUtl Hmtmi U.t tit , iwttc wm tw M Lxctrsz. TetBreby the Eer. E. Cer m4w I vie, W cae f s Fridiv rreslai: sext, vr,Mktii ik.BtKKii(iki &riMt; J Mn Oiyafic Ocb. "sabJcrt The mM K ua. miii i tb viml mat yirmrr wC Bt- tW kw. it M. MM MM M aiWII M Is UA MkHr r-xt- W w a iiSmM i imi i1inHIiiitlirtfTemttr iut w uwvutt a m kMr. Ml . in m tw tMtkMMKT mm? nMm.tetuit J 1( lW W 1MII Mil m ifc ifc ZMt. ttkv i Mi mm Wi mfcc m4. mm t 1. ;BUheihoekef AprilSd. hkcaated BniMk, uli Ma Hi iMdkt m bv m. ' MX ertesthr daaat ha Kac It at tt hMMkiiMmmi km k tM . nM trMr...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 3 June 1868

Ib. R. t BETTER TM1 SARSAPARILLIAK ! (TKEPAEEP IK V.ACUO.) The Curative Principle of Sax- Ml. A 1 - 1 A sapanua enters taxgtJty uiio the composition, of RESOLVENT One Bottle ofBesolvent Better than Ten Large Bottles of Sarsaparilla. Oae Bottle trill Psrifr the Blood, and Expel Coimptioa from the Body ! St nrift u Hit rrweiy im tSmf txtt tit rvnkaw, tlM 6 Aaa J- &tiim tit &aJ cmJ mri-t m jj aUtrt tfirr JUi Im tllrx. j 1 BETTER THAN 10 ! TL TL R. Hesolvent cures with astonishing rapidity every form of Chronic, Scrofulous and Skin Diseases, and exterminates all corruption from the human system. Cbe bottle of Dr. Rad'rar'j Beaovafes Be- olvent coatxin! more of the acSve ccrative j pracptes of the brsl Jsnsica Sarsipirilh, 1 (Sarsapxrahan,) thin Tea of the largest sire boltJea of the mixture jJi cadcr thrt sx ' of SxrsapiruiA. Tbe process Aep!e& by Dr. Eadwxy ia , swxriag ritracls (prepared in vacuo.) of UcvfiOEil KooLs PissU, Herbs, and other , vrpetxKes p-tfscsnss creat cur...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 10 June 1868

HAWAIIAN H GAZETTE, PCBUSnED 'Every Wednesday Horning, AT SCUX) PER. AXXUM. Mallerl to Forrlgli Snblbn at $7.00. Office On Merchant street, west of he Post Office, Honolulu, II. I. BOOITANDJPB PRINTING ESUSfiMQTf I THE "GAZETTE" OITICE I, now prepared to execut, all orden.fer run w lAict num. OF EVERY DBSCRITTIOX, WITH NEATKB33 AHTJ DISPATCH Printed and reUbhed by J. llert Smith, at the GoTrrnmrnt Prinilor. Ofin. to whom all lraslcm rommuoicaliani mail t. aadrrMed. VOL. IV NO. 21.1 HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1868. 6.00 PER YEAR . i - -s , . , , . , - . , .,. , -, , . . I I BUSINESS NOTICES. McCOL.GA A: JOIOSOS, MERCHANT TAILORS, PORT STREET. HONOLULU, 19) OprVo.Kr T. C. Ilejick'a. Py IRA RICHARDSON, DIFORTER AI asUAJLEIt Hf BOOTS, SHOES & GENTLEMEN'S ITS. KISHHTO GOODS, CerntrofFort nl Merchant Streets, xoj noNOi.ri.r, ii. i. pr LANGLEY, CR0WELL & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. llattcry and Clny Streets, S.Uf I'JIA?,CISCO, CAL. ft-3m EDWIN JONES, GB.0CEB. AUD SHIP CHAHDLE...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 10 June 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. J. MOTT SMITH, Director of ;the Government Press. HONOLULU: WKDKKSDAT, JUXE 10, 1868. BY AUTHORITY. Hon. H. W. Severance bu been duly com missioned si Costa! or the Hawaiian Islands for the Port of San Francisco, Tice Cbas. B. Hitchcock, resigned. C BE VaKIGST. Foreign Office, Honolulu, June 9, 1S6S. All Parties hiring Water Privileges, are requested to hare their Taps and Pipes pat in proper repair, as there will be a General In spection of the said Taps and Pipes on the 1Mb of Jane. Parties neglecting this notice, will subject themselves to having their water stopped off. IIexrt PHEMCRcasT, Superintendant H. W. W. Official Correspondence. The following letters to the Board of Immigration contain matters ofinterest to onr residents. A Stveedish compary ore seeking to locate, and their attention is directed to these islands. If anj of oar land owners bare any suggestions to make, it will be well 'to communicate with the Board,, so that replies maybe forwarded by th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 10 June 1868

COMMERCIAL. - HONOLULU JUSE 10. lfjGS. Thi cte&mer Idaho aniTui at the wharf this morn ing, bringl&g Sad Francfeco ditca of the 29th nlL Our San Tnucisco advice report a. farther adranw I n login. Wo wo In the papers a talo of Hawaiian TOgax lij J. a Merrill & Co., at auction on the 27th oltTiz: Pioneer MM No. 1, 12Jc; Koloa, 'o. 1, 1212-tt;WaIpaV9-85; the bark CelecUa arriTwl OTer on the 24th nlt after a long pamage of 2 days which proved however quite fortunate for the ahlpperi of angar, a her cargo wm chieflj No. J, and aold at the following prices, rrfnccTille, 12; Oaomea, 12c, cash. The hark D. C. Morray was going In as the steamer casie oat, .20 dajs from this port. The 51 amy Is likely to leare San FranciKo to-day and will be doe here alxrat the 24th InsU The CeleJtia will retsrn with a caigo f redwood 1 amber. The British achooner KInan was sold on Saturday last at auction, by G S. Bartow, fjr the sum of $2,600, Bowaett t Co., were the parchasers. Tba bark Comet ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 10 June 1868

12 PILL DR. BADWATS PILLS Dose For Regulating the Liver, Stomach, Bowels, and Kidneys, One Pill t&Xight. For Obstinate Diseases and Chronic comjiainta 4 to 6 every 24 honrs. As a Dinner Pill, one Pill one hour before dining will ensure a good appetite, and healthy digostiot. . Dr. RAD WAY'S PILLS nro COMPOUNDED FROM VEGI TABLE EXTRACTS, Coated With Sweet Gum, and are tlio best, quickest, and iarc.it Purga tive, Aperient. AiiU-Bllitmt. and Cathartic Mcillcino known to Medical Science. One orDr.Rndwnj-'s PiIIcon tains more ortlic active princi ple of cure, and will act quicker on the Liver, Bowels, Stoiuticli, Kidneys, Bladder Blood, Ac, than four or six or the ordinary common Purgative Cathartic iPHIs sold under various names; or than ten grains or Blue Max. TRUE COMFORT FOR THE AGED AND OTHERS AFFLICTED WITH COS TIVENESS AND PARALiSIS OF THE BOWELS. ONE TO TIIREE OF RADWAY'S PILLS once in 24 hours will teenre regular evacua tions from the bowels Persons who lor 20 years haTe not...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 17 June 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE rCBLISUED BOOK, AND JOB, Every Wednesday morning, PRINTING ESTABLKHHIT! AT J0.00 PER AJVXCM. Mailed to Foreign SubMribcn nt $7.00. THE " GAZETTE" OFTIC! ' Is now preeared to axeeata aH mJ.n fer Office On Merchant street, -west of he Post Office, Honolulu, II. L m MET rillTlK, JTICWU sou jrauiiBueu uj . jiwh omp, Gorernment Printing Office, to whom U loslnefli VOL. IV NO. 22.1 HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1868. $6.00 PER YEAR Or EVERY DBBCHIPTIOX, WITH ITEATNBea AND DISPATCH commiuiiaiiiODi must u uuiesi. BUS1NES NOTICES. McColgaiv Jc joicvtsorv. MERCHANT TAILORS, FORT STEEET, HONOLULU, 10 Opposite T. C. Iltnck'l. py IRA RICHARDSON, IN BOOTS, SHOES & GENTLEMEN'S TDE- NISHING GOODS, Corner of Fort and Merchant Street!, 9 IIOXOLULTJ, II. I. lj LANOLEY, CEOWELL & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. Battery and Clay Streets, SAI FltAiSCISCO, CA.1t. G-3in EDWIN JONES, GEOCEB.AND SKIP CHANDLEE, Laliulnn, Irlnul. Money and Retrain furnished to ships on 6-lyJ lavorabie t...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 17 June 1868

HAWAIIAN (jAZLTTE. j. mott smith, Director of the Government Press. HONOLULU: WEDNKSDAT. JUNE 17, 18C8. BY AUTHORITY. Notice ii hereby given that any penon digging np, or otherwise injuring, any street, or road throughout this Kingdom, without permission from the Road Supervisor of the district, will be held responsible for the fame, and will be proceeded againit according to law. Feud. W. Htrrcnisox, Minister of Interior. nomOOce, Jane 18,1608. 2Mt All Vxktizs having Water Privileges, are requested to have their Taps and Pipes put in proper repair, as there -Kill be a General In spection of the said Taps and Pipes on the 20th of June. Parties nerlectinc this notice. will subject themselves to baring their water topped on. JiEsnr l'Rr.jDEiicAST. Supcrintendant H. W. W. Ox Mnndny last, the Legislative As sembly ordered a Committee to wait upon Ilis Majesty, and inform him of their read iness to be prorogued on Monday next. Tbe Assembly convened April lblh. aud have continued their si...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 17 June 1868

. Hi 0 ii I Sr t MARRIED. OUEN'EY THRUM. la Hooolnlo, on Tbnreday lltli t)T JUt. 8. C. Damon Josephs. Gurner to Jennie E. Thrum, both of tub dir. So cards. The printere in the office acknowledge the very liberal supply of cake and wine, nnd wish the jronne couple roanr happy days, and that the hlp in which they hate embarked together, may have a pleasant voyage across the ocean f life. COMMERCIAL. BOXOLVLV, JUXE 17. 1BG8. Onr xnerchanta and traders are beginning to com plain of the dnll tinin which this season of the year is always snre to bring round, owing to the fact that a large number of plantations are through grinding for the present, which, in some degree, lessens the anppllrs and expenses In a nnmber of ways, ond more or less affect trade. In (be most favorable of seasons the foreign shipping for the months of June, Jnly and August is limited, and thus the labor, as well as all other branches of business. Is dull. We look fur quite a fleet of whalers this fait. Onr port, fo...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 17 June 1868

c R. R R. 90 OUT OP 1 (OE: DEATHS, that annually occur, are caused by Prevent able Diseases, and the greater portion of those complaints wOjiild, if Railway's Ready Re- iiei or talis, (as the case may require,) were administered when pain or uneasiness or Blight sickness is experienced, he extei-minated from the sys tem in a few hours. PAIN, no matter from what cause, is almost instantly cured by the Ready Relief. In cases of Cho lera, Diarrhoea, Cramps, Spasms Bilious Cholic, in fact all Pains, Aches and Infirmities either in the Stomach, Bowels, Bladder, Kidneys, or the Joints, Muscles, Legs, Arms, Rheumatism, Neu ralgia, Fever and Ague, Head- ache, Toothache, &c, will in a FEW MINUTES yield to the soothing influence of the Ready Relief. Sadden Colds, Coughs, Influenza, Dip theriaHoarseness, Sore Throat, Chills, Fever and Acne, Mercurial Fains, Scarlet Fever, &c, &c, take from four to six of Railway's Pills, and also take a traspoonful of the Beady Belief in a glass of...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 24 June 1868

HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, PUBLISHED Every "Wednesday 1101111112:, AT 30.00 PEU AVMTJI. nulled to Foreign Snbscrlbers t $7.0O. OmcE On Merchant street, west of he Post Office, Honolulu, II. I. Printed and published by J. Mm Exrro, at the Government Printing Office, to whom all business communication must be addrtued. BOOK AUD JOB THS "OAZETTK" OTO3 Is now prepared to execsts a!f etimitr run in Wnm OT ETKiT DBKSKlFTIOr', WITH HEATKBBfl AND DISPAVSH VOL. IV NO. 23. j HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1868. $6.00 PER TEAE. BUSINESS NOTICES. McCOLGAIY Sc J0IEV.S02Y, MERCHANT TAILORS, PORT STEEET. HONOLULU, 10 Opposite T. C. Ilrock'i. ly IRA RICHARDSON, UIPOKTEB AXI DEALER IN BOOTS, SHOES ts GENTLEMEN'S FUR NISHING GOODS, 'Corner of Fort and Slerchant Streets, 9 llOXOLCLC, II. I. I7 LANGLEY, CEOWELL & CO., Wholesale Druggists, Cor. Hatter? and Cliiy pitrcetg, SAIV EIEAXCISCO, CAA.. C-3m . EDWIN JONES, GEOCEE 'MB SHIP J3HANDLEE, Labalun, 3Iaui. Money and Recruits furnished to ihipi on 0-lyJ favora...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 24 June 1868

r i ' J. MOTT SMITH, Director of the Government Frets. HONOLULU: VEDXESDAY, JUNE 24, 186S. AS BY AUTHORITY. fKoncE ii hereby given that any person t"dl (digging up, CT atnevwtse injuring, any iuwt, for road, throughout this Kingdom, without persiiftlon'frcm the Road Supervisor of the -district, will be held responsible for tie ume, tad will be proceeded against according to law. Fcno. W. Mctchisox, Uloliter of Interior. HomeOflee, Jonel8,lM8. 23Ct ""JTnK Legislative Assembly was pro- .rogued by His Majesty, to-day, at 12 si. The King left the Palace under a Royal Salute from Punchbowl Battery, attended by his Staff, and escorted by the Hawaiian J Cavalry, under the command of Major C. . H. Judd, the Household troops being on "parade. at the Court-house. Attended by the Chancellor of the Kingdom, the Ministers or State, and Of ificers of the Royal Household, His Majesty entered'the room, and ascending to the Thro no Chair, addressed the Assembly : KOMXS AXD RCPBEStatTATIVES: The labo...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 24 June 1868

i: ft i COMMERCIAL. MOXQLULU, JUSE 23. lbCSL Hie ihip Ann KImbmIt p&iscd the port oa tb 19th, limber In, from Pugtt Srad. LotraJlo Sh&acfcMU TW us daj-, tbe British Mp Scioto mrriTedfrom Yokohama, with 17 Japwww cooilct, to tb Board of Immigration. Tl- lira, Cspt. Ccwtoek, arrired Vui TCttaw dy, from St. Pol IUnX Re 1 cure! la fiiblng. The brig Chla racket salUd ytterday for Hoop kosc; t-Hpg a carfo of Fubcui, etc Thehaxk Oxnrt U loaded, aad aafii to-morroir, taking a foil eri thfefl 1 Snsan. Tbi 2 C Murray I aLoot doe, a&d may fc looked for bfjt fidtuniaj. k vHl again tall en the 9th p-nx t haTtns a fall cargo and quit a a amber cf pawnee r engaged. TheEVTVond U about d from San Frandfco. , Then ii quite a number f twhU now due ; two or three wtth lumber from the Sound and Currant's Inlet, aad cee from Noje IUtw, with redwood. IIawuxue Sccab. "We take the iHowiag from the Jajmn Times. The editor supporu the view we hare loaf held, that Japan U a natural market tx IIwJ i...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 24 June 1868

iri. alu ' BETTER THM I or SARSAPARILLIAN ! (PREPARED IS VACUO.) i The Curative Principle of Sar saparilla enters largely into , the composition of I EL ISL BL. ! RESOLVENT One Bottle ofBesolvent Better than Ten Large Bottles of Sarsaparilla. Ose Settle trill Purify tie Hood, and Expel Cerrsption&oEi tke Body ! St nrift it flu rtmtiy M mterag tuts tit timUtiM, tiattit As hm deiettedn til Hood cat taw m si tiuiL'a after tt Aa Ian tain, 1 BETTER THAN 10 It. K. R. Eesolvent cures with astonishing rapidity every form of Chronic, Scrofulous and Skin Diseases, and exterminates all corruption from the human system. Oco bottle of Dr. BidraT Renovating Bo solvent cos tains more of the active caratite principles of the best Jamaica SarsapariUx, (Sarsaparillran,) than Tea of the largest size bottles of the mixture acid under the name of SarsapariUa. The process adopted by Dr. Kid way in securing extract! (prepared in vacuo,) of lledional Boots, Plants, Herbs, and other vegetables possessin...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Gazette, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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