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Th frliiey of arrlTSla of foreign ressels slaef our
Istlhsa iIt a bnarappefneto the city front and
rill, ns trait. bafetbrtnctof cnllrmtnstraflVIn gen.
ml when tire eewds r sited hr bri ptlfd ind ire
rater upon the new qurttr, for th e laf of rmW , band
by the barks Stella from X In tbr tldtrtrti Mar
from Mr rrpeol, turner Aa-iraila and Sna from fn
Frinclyp. and ftothnell C asilc Irom Portland 0., are
fliTaadvaried to Mlt the rfqalrenentt of this market,
nallelS? lumtifr ei Ja TowaaentJ suit eol t an
1'rtcbl conm to 1111 nrrdtd rapplle The general op
p'arante f trade la the t Mr thai of rlallneit, nhleti
bowerer. It not uniml at this period of the qnartrr.
yet when eeosMr that onr IrUndi art in the an
jnyraeatof a period of bnlHitnj acl'rliy and domestic
eiportt.'lbat ire hair ntf before n-aehed, brlnglnc:
with it the altcndent train of shipping we ate tnjojlne
it li bird to areonat for the lethargic Mala w. flail
Sgacfiporla for the week bair hen lanre.the cargoes
'br the CHa. f'alifhhnrf and ronaaelo, for iii Jran
tltto.eiceetlln: SVJeeb and feotln- no a total of
There li coatldenble Inttrtti uauifsit In Ileal Ba
fate In the ellr ami ff ssi barbs, and Intending lutestors
will hare an eitelltnt oppvriaiiity pre-entnt them
,to-day by Jlr K. I Adams for sarlety and p.rtlcoira
of.Wileh, euadrettlseineatln A eilva lolnum
We"wel(melhlt week the arrlral of the Snei, ihe
pioneer boat of the Oceakle Meamthln Co. tn pir
between this port and "an rranclvco. fornbleh rlee
he has ben chartered for one rear while the renlar
.tsamers for the line are balMlnj; By letter to Wm U
Irwin, nq , from the President of the Company we
leam thil the hare been contracted for In l'ktiadei
phla and are ettallr planned for epeed and patien
jercorafort The Ocratilc 3 s Co,, are ou the toAuut
fit another steamer to rnn In connection with the Sum
Tiilr time of departnrr from Sn Praucleeo will be
oa the eth of each month and they will Irate here on
Ue?tnl on their return.
We Ire herewith oar Commercial letter ex steamer
Antralla, thowln: condition of the market elnce our
i Sax r'ni.inscu, June 3rd, 1SJ
' Indications are propitious for sea.on of business
-HlVft'&l'JMi? S"?'Kr?,,ljr.,,n" 'J 'oriner period,
irllbthla exception, that it limit lw.r.1 on the llcklc
ntss of mlnlnr stocks, but mainly dne to mechanical
Inda.trr fortffe adranenneut of the Interest, of the
l,tle?'V7",Terrllorle. adjacent Kir.t notice
able In this Is toenctlrlly oterl In Heal E.tatc and
balldln lu the bu'lucs portion f the citr, many of
lincc dimensions, substantial In character, and orna
ntnul In the extreme Where Iron Humes in oUr-tlr
as it doe in .oca bulldlns. the various Iron Work. In
the dtr and therajeltM.ofliie.1 with work that ordeis
are now nied and ailed In taru Ihey haea fair. hare
of skip work and ptrlldpite In the ship balldinc
' boom thlt it now on, an tn. yards belus cn.-a-rd to
t irlr ntroo.t capacity till: Soreiuber next, iu much so
lhtyoareutertirllntosnmtiiT lt.io.ti.ris dslar
ed In hit plan for a ucw rtcamcr for hi; fleet of eoait.
er. Uoraacbfureildencrs of actlnty at the -Metro-poll;
the interior la not eo muili ru on uiouul of
theaeatonaud Ha effects cu tne rarlona croi.s. The
f mil crop throahont the state ha brn contractu! for
brtheprcrcrTin'Companif.and thlalntereat Is tald
to be cxtendlne while srlu crowulng the next two
years will somewhat retrograde.
Tntslarsc planned cxtenalcti of the fruit prcrerrlnj
builnc4wlllcallforacorri.apoodln; Increase In the
demand of sunn, and thtrcfure there Is enry ludlci
lion of ready nnrket at run nuiea for some tlmu to
come. At present, Hawaiian sojtars. and rcflnctr
srades elmllar hare adranccd np..n last quotation.
,!,.0.?'V5.no.f h,nKe ' annoucid in cnoo or Crusbtd.
K ? . ,T.. nu,""'d ininewbat rlucc last wrltlnz.
but Is villi quoted at H, Ccte
CObTEK-atlll contiiiuci quiet 8t II cts., I3K ct
The absence of hona fur so lone a time from this
tiii'A.'J'.r.VL'.?,0.'.'-1 lo mA"r of H devotees.
HIDta AM) SKINS -Iherc are indication, of ac
tlrltr In the various trades nuder this head, in kccplnz
iVi" L.V,,."n '"I01"'4 Qootible as follows, Dr?
Hides, mi rt., lj4 cts.. Calf dry. ID cts SO cts., S sited
II cts.. U cts., .atted Hides. VH cts., II cts., accord
ing to c"de. (Shtcp skins air from SJ ct... for
hharllnxs ton cts., for wool skins
WOOL-Market quiet and nominal, quotid at 15 cts..
TAI.I.(lVVlr .ln.in.l P n . .,.
dered, common t cte., 6H cts.
for choice rcn-
PORT OP HONOLULU.
June 11 btmr Llkellke, from Hawaii
llrtt strar llotbncll La-lie, Tliompson, 9 days
Oerbk Stella, srmmcr.lTO days fm New York
HIS Au. trails. 'luliuh, Odjys IS hoars from
Schr settle Jlcrrlli, from Lahalna
Schr Marlon, Uluwaln
rchrCaurlna. from Hanalcl
Schr Jennie Walker, from Hapuu
Schr llaicakala from i-epeckeo
Schr I auabl. from !uha
Schr Waimaln, from Koloa
Scbr Kaala. from Walanae
hchr Utlama. from Walpaa
Schr 3lannokanal. from Hanomaulu
13 Am bk Edward .May, Johnaon, 1J' days from
Her bx Anna Prccht, itollcr, 50 days from
II -Brit atmr Sue. Dodd, 7 days 13 honre from
, aimr js .uakce, rrom Kauai
June 10 Am bktoj J A ralklnburc, Forbes, for San
f t. -stmr ua ilakec, for Kauat
fi . "bchr Kenanluohl for llanklel
Tll-Mi Australia, Tulloh. for Sidney
13-Sluir Llkellke, for lll.o
stmr C It Ulrhup, for Kami
Stmr lwaiaul. for Jloaieea, Kona and Kau
Simr Kilauea Hou, for Kunulut
Stmr Lehua, for ilu.okal and Hina
Stmr Mokolll. for for Koolas
tl-Schr .'lalolo, ror llakaiau
bebr Wiiolt, for 1'aaubaa
! schr schr Oen sigel, for U'sUlua
Schr Kaulkeaonll, for Honoiaa
Schr Mary hosier, for liunuspo
Schr Marion, for Kukuihaele
schr Kaala. fur Walunai
IS Am bztne Cooauelo, Howard, for S Francisco
Am bkinc Kllkltat, Cutler, for San Francisco
IIIIjIS Chimpion. Brown, for Ytikonima
Brit stmrMonsrcn, t'bompion, for Hon.-kon
Vessels in Port.
Am tern Jas Towniend
Swedish bctne Vesta,
Am bk Revere. Mr In tyre
Am bktne Malay, I'cierson
Ata bi,-tne Jlorninj star Uray
liaw bztue Mnlto. Cameron
Ad bk Forest (J.ucrn. U'lndlnr
British S b llotuwcll Castle, Thoapian
Uer bk Stella, Sommcr,
Am bk Kdward May, Johnson
Her bk Anns. 1'recht, Mullec
British 0 3 Snci, Uodd
ela Cxpoctotl nt Houolnlu. Iroai Torolcn
Orrbk Taradoi, llurcdoa. New Caslle on Tync. due
JulylS-.-u, li llack'eld it Co. Agent.
Ocr bk Adolpb, llnpfer. New CuatleonTync.duc Jnue
SVS. II llarkteld ,t Co, Agents.
llaw bk Kale. Holhlcs, Bremen, duo Sept 1-3. 11
llackfeld Co, Agents
Haw sch Julia, Tlerncy, South Sea Is, due A F
Uerbk Josefa, llurtsmann, Cardiff, due Auj 0-10 llack
feld i Co, Azchts
Iklt bk Oheron, Harvey, Liverpool, dno Au-uatS-10
Til Uallca i Co,.((ent '
Mrlt as Mlralhalrly, .Hongkong, via San l'ran-
claco.dne llack'eld A. Co. Agents
Am bk Camden. Clatter, Tort Uaniblc, dne Jane 5-10.
Hsckfeld i Co, Azent.
Am bk Martha Oavla, llcnton, Boston, to tall about
May 0, Brewer A Co, Agents.
Brit th llrltlali Kmhaiudor, Uavls. New faille. N'sW
NIC bk ItemlJIn, Howes, .'.cwcaatlc, N s W, due
Am bk i: L i-cttlngill, Hepariuro Hay, for Kabutul
Ant bk Adella Canetcn, Acw Clitic, duo June 23-20.
Wilder AC j. Agents
Brit bk Lady Lampaou, Mariton, Sxn Fran, IWtnerA
Am bktne liiscovery, I'crrltuan, ban Fran, dne June
la-al.llackfeld .t Co. Agents
Am hk II W Almr, Freeman, bau Fran, due, Jane 13-
SJ, Caatlo i, Cooke, Agents
Am tern Hera, llabbldgr, Newcastle, N .1 V, Inadlng
Ata bktne Uracc ItoUerts, Olson. Newcastle, NSW, dao
Jena S3-3), W llder A Co, Ageuts
Amtc b Eta. raal llauboldl. due Jane S3-30, l.encr
A; Cooke, Agents.
Urit bk Ulengaber, Jlcllee Liverpool, loadlns May Ith.
Am tern Ktuiua. CUudlna, Matsou, for llllo, duo Jnly
M 8 .H ZeaUndla. Webber, bjdner, dno July 5, II
lUckldd Jt Co. AgenU
l" M h.2 Kyi'.'.?e?.Y.u.,: V.01"0' Sta rauciKo. due
July e, II Iltckteld X Co. Aeeuls.
Am bktne Amelia, Newhall. I'oit fllakely, due Jnly 1-3,
Allio X Hoblnton Agents
Keiortof Ih It. M b B Auitralla. Tulloh, Com-uandtr-Ulacbargcd
Pilot off Golden Oat at 3.30 r v .
of the lib mat, rarallont light house abeam at 3.33,
Kiperlcnced dull baiyueaibsr and N W.bnullap to
U Tth aino cletr vtiathsr with llxht unsteady
winds prevailed from that d.iio to the lbtb Slgbtud
Oaha at daylight lltb Inst and ticelvcd pilot at U.li
I'MtTownaciid, Altlvrd 3lay tTlh Aw Uklno L'mms
Aorista, Hudson, from KiUulul.
a"5i,'rt?.tl't0, .r.,,.',1 . Hn,..u.' Am '" Emmi
Claudius, Malioa, I? days from llllo
The schr Auoa silled front bau Francisco for hahulut
! Eureka on June 1st.
John lUsch Uanchtd from bit ytrd at Chester, !'.,
EMyth i.lh strar San Juan forth I'Msl Co. bb.
Si1!? aV".1? '5! ". Jo"- nd " Ion;!. 9 It
asa, a ft depth of hold, aud ax ou rejlaicj -Mia,
The ConauUr fliss and the flsgs of all IheahtpplnE In
portwer.io.er.atobalf.maal ; Wedn'sV". 'la t, n
oSSaplea. MM""t ,he Mn cPl Hoix.of IIiJmS
Th; chr Clans bptctkcls aalltd from Kahulai on th
10th In.l for nan Fnuc sco Am Ik C, liii.S f,0"
lOhilul for ban Francisco on th sih lust "'
The II W Almr and I)lsovry woald Irate Sin Vtan.
elaco auywhrti) from the llih to mh lust fvr this poiu
The Missionary I'atktt Morulng sur It at borenson'
wharf ptsparlng lor a trip lo iJUiunsaU, lo sail about
Th Oer bk Stalls arrlicd last bunday from New
York, aod has docked at Ilrtwer'a wharf, where she I
dlsehanUr a gsncral varga of MCtchandls.
A bk Forest Qiecn Is at Brcavr's wharf lotaloj
f htn FrsnclKo. for which port she will sail Ik last
of ait week.
Th stmr Bathwell Caslle arrived last Sunday. 9 days
treat rortlaad. . bhe Is at th od nieara.blu wharf.
Md will tall to day lor Bhaabai and Jluiikoo.-.
Schr Roaatlo8wrtairlirdatKshnlalunthe HHh of
June ndaysfroni IlniLtKiidt. lih srsitoof Kedwood
she aatla acaln lo-morrow for fan Ktancltco
TheMwedbtntVeattliatthe Esplansde dlicharc
nrcoal after which she will proceed to the found to
load inmber for Asmalla
The stmrHoei (the pioneer tteamer of the Oceanic
line) arrived lot Wedneidsr from Can Fianclito, bbe
l at the foot of Fort street illehsulDe fhe ret tni
to fan Fianclscorn Wednridar neit
The Am lein Jis Townaend Is at the Ksplande dls
The Am bk netere and Am bktne Ma sy are at I'M! 8
whitf discharging coal
The O r bk Anna Trecht from Nrwcaatle with coal Is
In the stream awaltlnc a birth ti dlecharte.
The m bk Ednard May struck on the rest last Tues
day while appitiachlog Ihe ban or Tart of her cirrorf
rsllrnad tle wa thrown urerbosrd to llthten her. She
was finally tnwed nfl without any serloas Injury, and
came Into port, where she now lies In the stream await
inr beitb to dlicharc a.
Cant II pe. of HUMS Chimpion, waa thrown from
bla horse on the Kth Inst, rrcelvtr.r. Injuries from
wblchdedlrd shortly after. 1'or fall psrllcnUts see
From Eureka per Jaa Townsend, June 9th HI, ill
f l r w lumber, . IV mblu(lsi,n.VJpoata to Wilder 4 Co
From Sydney. S S W per Anna rrecht, June 1J
6TU tons coal tu W O Irwin A Co.
From San Franciscu per Auatsalla, June 11 llnllla
ter A Co IJ pkga lobstco. 3ca bulleri II May A Co, 10
rtsunlonsi Mart Uro, 3v ca crocerlss: lltman Iiri.a.
Tcamds; JT tVaterhouse.lS ca dry goods; E Hoff
shlaettr A Co. lOpkzamdse, C K Hilton, 3 ca Initru
ments. J Williams. 8 cs Iramea; Hoiilsttr A Ca. It ca
drugs, M s Urlnbaum A Co. I J cs dry goods; Drown x
I'hllllps 1 cs hardware; I Melnerny, tea candy; T 0
Thrnm.Scs mdae; It Frleve. 1 cs type; C J Mabel, 81
pags urr kpuus. a .-i jjciiis, a cs ury goous; m .siciaery
') cs onluiis; K S Aiarsbalt, 30 rs vegetables, 1 cs
ojslere; t)rdcr,4fcs liquors, 15 In cot Una: Khlera A
Lo.tf cs dry goods and tl pkgs mdse to Chinese Aims
ana several pags lor parties.
From IKngkong. via Portland. Or, pr Ilothwell Cas
tle. June II llackfeld A Co. leOci brrad;W O Irwin
A Co. 71 cs bread; Caslle A Cooke, CU cs salmon and
mdse f r various Chlnise Stmt
From New Kork,pcr Btclls, June 10 A fall cargo of
genrral it dsc.
From Liverpool, per Kdward May, Juno 11 Fall
cargo of nid'C.
From ban Frsnclaco. per Huei, Jane 11-0 Lucas. IS
nkgs building material; J H Hare, I cs mdae; F Mac
farlane. ibx plants; Wenner A Co, II pkga Jewltry;
Orlnbanm K Co, (I ca tobacco, 13 ci clgats. ct pots
toes: Macfarlane A Co, 37 cs liquor; 'I It Foster A Co,
I?.' pkgs groceries; W tl Irwin A Co, I pkgs beltlnr.
KAi tons coal, 3 pkjes groceries ; Z Spalding, t!9l pkgs
For San Francisco, per Ell. Jnne 017 bis goat
skint, 87130s lbs sugar, ISObncbs bananas. Dom Value
For San Francisco, per J A Falklnburg, Jnno 10
WS.W lbs sugar. Dom Value, G,1IJ K.
For Auckland and Sydney, per Australia, Jnnc II
For San Francisco, per Conaurlo, June 14191.600
lbs rice. Us bnebs banana;, 7X1,003 lbs sugar. Value
From San iranclaco, per Australia, Jan 11 Mia
Julia Beckwltb, Mrs liarrleld.TU Thrum and wlfe.M
Hymati wife and child. CMangela wife and family, J
A Buck. T It foster aud wife, .Mrs 8 M Itogers, Mi's C
A Carter. Miss M f Taylor, S Nott. W 11 McLean and
wife, I) II McUartee and wife. Mis May King, .Mist J
It s Moore, I II Klmbnll and danghter, s W Wilcox
and wife, Mrs M ragan and 3 children. Miss E 31
WUIlney, Mrs Mltandaand daughter. Capt C K Dot
ton. K A l'helps and we, C J r lebel, Mias M Enrlck,
C K William., E l'ariridgc ulfc and i children, M E
I'ack. W rarrell. W L Orlaro, Mr Lawlor, I" Oalton, O
Wngnt, Mrs Wnltc.FOIsmboni, A Dattl, T Uonavan,
C Edwards, J Oliver. J Matthews, 13 Chinese and W
passengers In trnn alt for Australia.
From Windward ports, per Llkellke, June II L
McCully, J Carter, O Campbell, Miss C bhlomau, Mrs
J Itlehardsonandchlld.A T White, Mr W 11 Ship
man. 311s A Hitchcock, Mrs Ilapal, F H Crane, E 1)
Baldwin. M 1' Adam', J 11 Barber aud wife. Miss C
castle. W Apana.m Loalaon. O Alo.MT Dounell, TJ
Hayselden. J 31 Lldgate, J Henton. O II Smith, 8 L
Lufnau, O Baumlesier. F I Hastings, C It Scarborough,
U J Woll, A 1) Marshall, Mrs F Sclioltx E M Walsh. J
II 1'aty and wife, Her J Cruxan. A Hornner, O Kamal
oplll aud. children, Mr II II lloenaad 4 children, W
L Kaholokahikl and wife.
From san Franclico, per Sner, June II Miss C It
Smith, Ml., Thompson, WWcnner, O W Illenue and
son. 31 Nelaaer, E C 3tcCabe S Farren, Mr Thompson
and wife. It 31 Overaud, L Beganza, E C Winston.
For Australia and New Zealand, per Australia June
11 UrF B Hutcbinsonnireand5chlldrcn,Mrs Webb
and 3 children, A W Holder.
From San Franclico, rer Forest Queen, June -C l
For bn Francisco, per Consnclo, June 11-M Y
Fisher, f Cooke, UF Duncan, O Uoodacrc, Mr Illl
In San Francisco, May Cth, IN?, to the wife of
Daniel Uran, purser S S Australia, a daughtor.
t STANUAItT-OODES-In San Francisco. June lat.
l,yM,.T-c'- Harrows. AtaT C. STaDKT. M. D. of
N cw urk. and 1 cctsa L. danitalsr of Frederick Ocden
of Sau t-ranclaco.
ltF.YSOLUs-McCAUTHV-In thli city, on the 7tU
lu.l.. by the II v. i'. M. i.lackburn M. A.. Mr. Cuiui
il. ltiT.soi.Di to Mrs. Locisa M. B. McCaamr. third
daughter oi lue late 3. S. foinrnj Esq.. or Ban rran-cl.co.--au
Francisco and London ojntano) paper
OHAHAM-PIERCE-Iu Nonolnlu. Jane 15th. by
Rev. Or. Oamon. at the Krstdence of th Brld.'a
father, A. I). I izact. Esq,, of aan rrauclsco. Samuel
r. Oraham, K.q , of Uncsstcr, Mass,, to Mia ALICI L.
Ftrncc. o Cards San Francisco papers, pleai copy.
DE r'niES-BOEXEMlUU-In nonolnlu. nne
15th. Rev. b. C. Damon. Wiuuk Dr. Fmrs tu Miss
)VituctSi BoEMtaXAL'D, both of Rouoluin, bat orig
inally from Hulland
MAIUIIET At nlsrealdence, Honolulu. June lltb,
TbeltUhl Kev. LoCIl MateaaT. Blakop or Aratksa.
HOFE-Inth'sclty. on the Itch of June. Captain O.
B Hon. It X., of 11. B. M. S. champion.
ItEYSoLDS-In this city on tho lltb June. IMS of
heart daeaao Mn. IlkxaUTTA K. Kitkoloi, wife of
Capt. 11. T. Reynolds, aged Sts year and month.
WATEl.IIOUsE-ln this City, on th Kth Init.,
uciTxras, Infant son of J.T. Walerhousc, Jr.
l'nbllahcd for the SaTUnoaT Pkeis AiaociiTmN by
ROBEKT ORIEVE A CO.,
Book, Job and Uemral Printers,
Honolulu. II. I.
Notices of any eventiof Inttrcit tranaplrlnc on the
other Islands will always be thankfully received for
publication. Correspondents are requested to append
their true namea lo all communications, aotfarpubll
cailon necessarily, but a a guarantee that lk writer
Is acting In good faith.
JUSE 17, 1FS2
Haa Hawaii a national Holiday, and docs it
occur nn tlio eleventh of June ? A national
day, worthy of tho tiame, should, wo believe,
bo observed In nn appropriate and character
istic manner, Thono who were present at
Kiipiiihini Park on tho 10th or 12th lust., saw
litllo iu tho ay of cnteitainmenl that they
might not ltao seen at any country fair in the
United Slates, and not half ao much as thty
would Imvo Been on a fete day in any previn
cial town of Great Britain. Portion we are a
little broad in our fctatcuieiit, for, at tho Park
on Monday, the "swell day," they taw a
series of abortive race which would not have
been loloratcd elsewhere. Tho show of stock
waa feeble, tho bost running iudifferent, and
tho spectators audibly betrayed an utter want
nf confidence in tho honesty of the jockoya.
Tho Committee of Management, the Judges,
Clerks and Timers aro not.accouritublu for th
distrust which the public evidences on race
days at tho Purk; it lias had good teasou ou
inoro than ono occasion to believo that tlm
jockeys aro not alrava reproach, and that tho
raco is a loregouo conclusion before tho Qui
ntals aro brought outo the track.
Tlio interest in nn inhibition of this charuc
ter cannot long survive; thsre haa been a nota
ble ducrrnuo iu tho enthusiasm of the masses
during tho past year. Poople don't care to
apeud a holiday on a raco track where tho
order of exercises logs, where u jiortion of th
entries- the Utter aro not many at most urs
sure to be withdrawn for ou reason or an
other, aud whore the unfairness of the contents
is often evident lu tho eyo uf ovary spectator.
This seems to us scarcely a filing waj in
which tu olservu u liuwaiiun feta day, Tbtj
Hawaiian ure fund uf linrsaa, and d uUleata
uku (.uimlderublo interest in dials of spssd,
but a Hawaiian knows, as well us I lis lsl u
tin, whullioruu animal is "diilijr, bia Uvel bsmt,"
and a jockey, even lliuugli he may have gradu.
ulvd from u Isgliiuiate track, where a racer is
run fur all he is worth, is not likely to dciv
our iiaiivo buueiueii. JJvcu if the racing wn
wnrlliy of llie tiamo, wliy should il monopolize
n llarrnilnn national lioliilny? Ko more np
proprinlo cjccmlon cotiltl tic fount! for tlto to
t1ti1 of tlie niiclcnt Ilnw.iilan Bportn,
We bellcvo llmt ncnr ngna fow surf swlm
incr ictiturotl tu "ritlo llio wnoa,"lnit llicy
rcieivoil lilllo enc(iiirni;rmt.'Ut from tlio hook,
lm, tlmtigh ho t iinl inip(i-.iiip in tiiitiilicrn in
very npt to innke liimaclf "niiiiicrniiH" mi n
met! ilny, Wlieti e lliink w lint pri'piirlion !
llio aporli nit Kiiliirliativliii tl.iy fitll In tin
lut of llio ilcarcml iiilrt nl Kiiiin'lniliielm uoiitr
verv ihiilIi iticlincil In lm k lipidi tlto wlmlo
(Th i r us n j"k If I lie tinllvo Hiilijt'Cl-a nru in
hiivc u Imliilny nt nil, til iu llml in tu v totoj;-
uizvil by llio O'lveriitiicut mill utixviviil liy lln
ruaiileuta of lliu Kiiiilmn, uliy kIihiiIiI il iml
Iiuto Knmeliriliiullii Dil In it mil ? it ily "li
wliltli llio crcm limn if ilia ,(o.ir Unix bi'i;ieli
uiiil wlieti llio Kpeur tlirowin, Hiirf r islini.
artiugltiK mill nil llio nllilclit.' ki'Kiv, """ ""
Imupily RtifTervtl toileilihc; wlien llio met .', I lit
vuciil (.ntileme, the rival iinprnviniiUiii mill llu
races HuKiiiiiin ritlorn on II iwnilmi Block
may make tlio Purk jtibil.iiit tlio ulmlo il.i
If a r.ico tlay snve llio mark lanlistilutct,)
uccoriitry tu llio fiiirilliiiKnr the nnniiiil lclii.
tica lot the races not ho kou tin n tiny tvliit.li
i sot np.irt u u n.ttioiutt hulithiy, uiitl In whiLl.
they hao thus lar tlouo no honor. It la n
long tlrivo to tlio Turk and an ospouaivo ono
il ono lir.pea tu Rn in comfort; tlio trump is
too ti-dioua tu lo oiijoyiiblc, but inullilinlcn
throni; thithrr on Kaiiihiiiiioh.i Day, pay fm
their admission lu the grniitl aland uliit.li in
not largo enough by half, and fight fur (l.t
prlvilrgo of piylng lor very hard furo in a
tout that barn y strrca to conioal tlio awful
inystcriea of tlio priuiitivo unit impromptu
kitchen. It cutinnt bo that a scrici of rncosiu
which no one "lakes much stuck" is the suit
attraction. People aro not fund enough nl
fatiguing thotnriclvcs at their own oipcimc.
Wo believo it in the evident duslro of the pub
lic tn Imvo an outing; wholo day uf xpurt
when every cire ah.ill bo throw u tu the wind
anc" when, for iho timo being, enjoyment, un
alloyed enjoyment, shall bo llio sulo object.
Kamohnniehu Day, pfnporly ob-iervod in gtiiiu
ino Hawaiian siylo ought to "fill tlio bill."
Why shall wo not try it mid piovo tlio casoT
WHO oBE HAWAII'8 FRIENDS?
A large portion tf tho nativo population un
fortunately stoma to entertain tlio idea that
any ono who has tho tomotity to differ with
them or to express an opinion, no matter how
honestly, in opposition to their own, is an
anti-Hawaiian and an enemy to tho Kingdom.
It is also unfortunate that they accept as a
proof of sincere and disinterested friendship
every mark of applauso accorded thum. This
is surprising considering that thoy havo been
so often victimized. Those who have promised
most and mado tho greatest ado about little
have alwnj h been the ones to In tlio Hawaiian
heart and have invariably been tho diet to
show themselves unworthy of confidence.
Flattery is an insult to common sensu and 3Ct
there arc those who do not hcsitutu to encour
ago every word or act whether it bo right or
wrong, thoir object being to ingratiato thcin
selvos into tho good graces of tho natives
The loudcHt mouth usually accompanies tho
weakest tirm, and while Iho former may en
courage to destruction tho litter in pouerlc.su
lo rescue. Uo is xmir beat friend ulio tclU
you of your fun It h, a nd the person u ho hesi
tates to Hpeuk the trulli, no itmtlur how dis
tasteful il may be, is an enemy. Ho cut be
called by no milder iiumu ulio stes tho
approach of danger und will poak not u
Tlio Hawaiian Kingdom In-day U drifiiug
about tho edge uf a vust political m lelMiom.
The peraons at the helm aro nut llio muni nkil
lull. Ono advorse puff uf wind, one wrung
awoep of the oar limy doom the cr.tft to in
evitable destruction Tu let it drift as it inm
is may oven p-uv0 fatal. A strung and sloady
ham), u true heart uud hnncsiy ol purpose uro
necessary to reach again the smoutliuud ti.ni
quil waters that feet not tho preso co uf tho
frightlul gulf. Recent acliuus go to pruvu
that wo uro drifting all too rapidly toward the
vurtex. 8eU-stylod friends may pruuuuiico it
fulso. If greater credeuco bo given lo thuir
wurds than to those of the observing majority,
can only hope that the eyes of those most
concerned muy bo upeucd buloro it is loo Into.
The danger can unlj bo avoided by steering
clear of it. To drift at will is to perish. The
men and nowspup-rs who hivo been most
active in denouncing wrong ure looked upon
by the Uawuiiaua with the greatest distrust,
and unless thero bo change of tactics npoedily
the day is not far distant when n-gret will be
expressed that ill oft-spoken wurdo of warn
ing were net heeded.
Wo join with our cunieniporary the Gille
In ita regret at tho lack of iniorest hIiouii at u
recently called meeting of the Cemetery Asso
ciation, and which for tho timo being Inm
failed in ita most laudable desired object, that
cf beautifying iho resting. placca of our dear
cues. We hupe loo that llii-s call will bo
renewed at on erly day, that tho viminiendu.
ble plans contoruplatcd by its nffkorn muy be
adopted and tho necessity mops taken tu
remove the various evidences uf disgrace
through neglect aud want of funds until now
Thero seems to tu no shadow of oxcubo for
the apathy displayed by our community on
this matter; on tho contrary, it is ono that
appeals to our atlection, honor and sympathy,
and vs ith far loa labor and oxpenso than is
attendant iu many other aud older places, it
could ba mado Iho prido of our people. In
proof of this a fow facts iu connection with
cemetery regulations with some of our near
neighbors of the Coast may not bo uuiiss,
wheio $800 lota nro tho rulo rather than tho
exception, aud $20 per annum au average tax
for the cars of plots uud the ground in gen
eral, liule govern the class aud stylo of
soclosures, if done by private parties, so ai tu
bring everything to ayniotry and order, und
ungainly fences aro thereforo uow siildom mot
with. A recent work on this subject, In ling
laud, entitled "Qod'a Aero Beautiful," though
published evidently with tho idea of popular
Ixing cmnatioi views nevertheless contains
xctlltut plea for showing tangible evidence
for our honorisd dead,
In a country where our w hole ye ir i one
round of aumiiier und luwcra rttiirn lavish
favors fur llie car bestowed, we ui.uld lit. u in
Mo our ctrutlsHee vie uilh thf pildunf C.ii
fwruia, the Muuutaiu View Coiiniery ct O.ik
Uuil, where the lmprlon ijuiiu ihut opo
vt nurasry lias Ucu stlcclod lo iniisiuntly
iudicate llie luviug cart ufilias living to th
lueuauTT of Um (tear dsuwrttai.
Wise and Otherwise. I
A collection of tho petitions nnd rcsolatlous Hint
havo been prcnentcd to tho Anscmbly, would boa
bonnurt for tlio "funny almiimo" mnn.
Tho little liojn o( Hi city are beltiR drilled by
tlio troop nt the barracks with the flow evidently
of coiiTortliip; ttioin Into soldiers. Sometimes, it U
niiKl, thero Isrpilto.i mutter Of llio ''billion on our
Idook." 'I liar nro known ns tlio 1st regiment
'1 ho Hrp-senlntlTra voted thotmetvci money for
it tl Jn to K tiiontil Park, In c irrlitgcs, on Monday
last. Why should llicy Imvo ciirrinRe nl tho nub
lie ciponse nny inure Itnin other Qovoruiiient
utUcvrs, f turn Chancellor lo Metsoncer ? Wo know
of nothtiiu tluit cm cirerd it for cheek, unless It
be tlm parch ulnu of olit pens, imcki t kuivos, do.,
tint tinting them churned to tlio iARhlntiio As
semlily. The HUli snys tliftt tho Art oh t who unltiil tu
omitrtun the Moreno inlalry and pat tho Orrett
.Mlnlatry in ufUcr, nnd tliun Rrow tlroil of them,
Into iihe.iily, nfter incournitiliR tlio nppolutmimt
of tho prenvnt Ministry, benuti lo cumpl iln of
tlicmnlao. Wo would like to nsk how tunny for-eimu-rs
who nctively pposed tho ntWenturi r Mo
reno halo rnhlvtltu tho support of tho Gibson
A corrispoiutcnt writes! Wo read that Mr.
Gibson, hi his ndtlrrss lo tho pcoplo at tho tituo of
his appointment snld " it was tlio hnppiest tiny ho
hnd sieii In 10 years." Wlicnn uinti has labored
'.UyoarB locei into tlio Cabinet nnd linn nt Iron
succtedrd, nnd that rhthtin the faeoof n thorough
nhowitir; np of hi nntecodeutn, ho limy well con.
sliler It tho "hnppliit ilny In tho 20 j earn." It isn
pour showing UioukIi, for tho character nnd eetiso
of n peoplo or r crowned bond, who will elect such
n mnn tu office. It would seem to bo buUmiotltcr
liibt.uice to show Hint tho Hawaiian tho self styled
"true Hnwnlinii" In nlwnyg carried nwny by n
diluting tongue. Ho likes noilu nnd outunrd
allow, nnd plncen practically n liluhcr iistlmnto on
them limn on true, tried worth. I.et him hnvo his
Tho Nativo Pre'-
fri-oii fie Kiiikoa.
A Hid I.EAMEit. Wo v,oro much surptlscd nt ntt
editorial lu tho Daily CommticM Adxrtt'uct'ot tho
fithuf the present month. Sotting forth (hit tho
Kim; "ho founded tho government was the owner
of tho lands iu ancient times, who tins master of
nil, supreinu oicr tho lauds nnd tho people, there
fore, forsooth, it will bo pro, or for tho King to
place such honvy bardons on tho people ns ho mny
cuoufto, and nil Hint tho Hawaiian peoplo and tho
foreigner have got to do is morel to submit!
This sort of talk is very ralschiovious. Such
ndvlco laid before tho King, it ho bo nut prevented
by his own good seuso from following it, wilt have
a direct and spvedy tondvuey to destroy tho Inde
pendence of tho Government. Now, tn former
times, if u man crossed tho tbndow of tho King,
it was death cither to tho nativo or tho forcignur,
if tho King did not choose to romit tho punish
ment. If tho Klug placed hil insignia, opon tho
field of Rrowing crops of any man, or upon nny
other pruporty, it at onco bocamo tho King's. Tho
reil ouuor, who had industriously toiled to pro
duce the nroperty,could not afterwards touch it on
ptlu of death. Llfo and death, in thoeo times,
w is in the Unuds of tho King. His wish nnd bis
w rd uero law, Thoso wcro tho times of dnrk
lusa; happily, thoy nro passed, never to roturu.
Hut now is the ngo of progroES, when tlio peoplo
havo rights as well as tho KIiir, nud neithor Kitig
nor people u ill be protected in wrong-doing. Whilo
it it is right to accord overy rcspcot nnd honor to
Kings, they canuot bo upheld iu acts that nro
wrong. It ia not unto for tbetn tu oppress tho poor
of tbelr peoplo, or strangers dwelling among them,
by imposing heavy burdons without duo consider
ation, merely for thoir owu ploasuro or display.
As a father should deny himself for tho sako of
his children, so n King should bo prepared to
deuy himself in order to fiecuro tho comfort nnd
welfare of his subjects. Thero hnio been known
Lings who uero real fathers to their people; tho
love of such has been fondly chorished by their
subjects, 'ihey have becu universally loved, be
cause thoy hiuo shown thoir owu affection tor nil:
wo dbsiro that tins characteristic mny bo seen in
oar King. And we trust that such is his natural
disposition; and that tho attempt will fail to lead
him into extravagant expenditures merely for
plcasuro nud display, which cm result only in
trouble and loss. If it was truo that the King was
formerly Lord of nil, with power of life aud death
in his on n hands, it is vastly different now, nnd
ueitlur Kins nor pooplo desiro a return of tho old
order of things. It was oveu formerly so in
England, Franco nnd other countries of Europe,
but they manago better uow, and none of them
haiu any desiro to returu to tho old older of
'J he strength of this nation aud government
liea iu duurvhat ia iiuht HUU just. The putt.nu
uf Ue.ivy uurdens on'tho U'Ulves or tuo foreigners.
.1. ll.lL, ... .,..uwl.. fn. .. n .....1 An ... n.n.... nf n
... v. mi .vi,w,tMu .v. tuuia nuu n(uiuiuuia u. n a
milit try thai is not nuuded, or merely ror the pur-(
poseur, display, will Uo wrong hiiu calculated to
uiatttru tuu po ce. It will be a cause for dissatis
faction to both uativos and foreigners. It will
tend to withdraw their luvonud cuhduucu troui
the rviug, wujui thoy no uesiru lo luvo aud sup
putt, i Uo expeuuituro cf inouuv for useless mill
t iry or nnial urpuMss, or fur tho buiiuiug of forti
uu.iiions, will uu tho height uf lolly. All sucu
oreniratious would ba useless as n uefence from
uuoiuics from vithout, whilo th.-y cinuut bo mado
without incurring a debt involving heavy taxation,
and their maintenance would involve a heavy ex
pense to tbo people all of which would bo a cause
furdissatisf utiouandwo kuess. Will Hawailans
bo content if they alone shall bo taxed to pay for
theto? Or will furcigucrs be satisfied if they ure
heavily taxed tu pay for that which they believo to
be worthless? Is it sensible or just to say that
foreigners havo uo right U Bpo k or to act iu theso
matiora.' 'ibey think they have u right, eeoing
that they brought lotters, light uud knowledge to
iuib country; u is ineir money, agricultural enter
priso aud cummcrco that has provided the coveru
ment with u roienuo, tilled tho hind with homes
aud prosperity, nud iu all theso ways contributed
tu raako the independence of the country posaiblo
were It uot for nil theso beuetlts brought by
them, such as churches, sobools, civilization uud
the support of government, theso islands would
long sfucd havo been llko the Marquesas, Society,
Fiji nud New Caledonia groups, which have lust
their independence nud aro governed by strangers.
U was foreigners who bestowed nil theso benefits
on th Hawaiian people, whereby their Independ
ence tans becu secured, and they uuvu become from
a very small beginning, known and rcspectod.
And now they desiro to aid Hawaii in governing
wisely, su that the independent position to which
they uelped to raise her, sti'ill not be sacrificed
through extrav.it mt nud ussiest expenditures,
which cinuut be made without running iu debt
and imposing heavy taxes. Thoy wisu to Rivo
every proper con8.drrs.tion for the dignity und
royal suite of the King, aud herein they are in
concord with all good Hawaiian, with the desire
that affairs may bo conducted in auob a way as to
avoid disaster to the King nud tho Government.
Their prayer ia that Ood will savo tho Klug nud
Guteruruent from being led astray, but that ho
mny ue uuiueu imo lue auro way to seoure the
heartfelt love of all his people. Let all tho people,
natives aud foreigners, combine for tho adomion
of measur a fur the general good, and bring their
imiucnco to uear upon tuo iving auu ine laeguia
ture against the adoption of a course that, in the
uplutuu uf tbiukiug men, will bo injurious to tbo
unrests ui ine naiiou.
From the Ka Hawaii fat Aha.
Up to iho present date, while the Assembly tins
been in session with Ibis new Cabinet of two
roreigners aim two native, wo can say tbat noth
ing of importance about their proceedings only
this, that ia place nf tbo economy with the rovsnuo
nnd tho expenditures, which was proclaimed by
the bead uf the Cabinet on tho first day of their
taking olBco. it Is apparent that the Appropriation
Dill ia rap.dly swelling into alarming dimensions,
su pui uu ci.uus&iuu, giviua uu lo lurcuouings,
from what oar eyes ace, of what is yet to come.
If thl process uf increasing tho Appropriations,
as wo have seen baa be n done with oertaln items
ou the second reading of the Bill, shall bo con
tinued wo may conUd.ntlr predict that tho door
is opeu for tho measure which baa been so much
dlsctuscd uf late, the "Ten Million Loan."
(from ibtDally El.li.
A Marrrii or I'rjauo I.STtararr. In the year
1880. immediately followiug the dismissal of the
Ministry, of whtoh the lion. Mr. Kapena was
Premier, tho King was pleased to appoint n Cabi
net which was known as the Morauo Ministry.
'1 hereupon arose n party wbtoli has become noted
as tho "foreign rebellious anti-Ministry ring," and
they rnikod an out-cnr against onr King. This
ring Moid several publio meetings, In wbleii utter
auco was given tu treasonable words, aud other
wise thiy created a distarbauc soroo prepared
munitions of war; aud they assumed a threatening
attitude townrda oar KlnK.demafldlog that ho di.
misu tits Ministers, and appoint others tu suit
1 ho Kiou saw the attitude uf lUese inu, and he
couudersdalso the regard ct bis owu psuplei aud
of Ur weighing all xsoiuts; fur Ua sako uf peace ho
acceded to the demand that kad been made.
At ouco was foruiod theCabtaatof this ring, aud
all foreigners. Ueaats vm auiiU of tha Mtutas,
tho wisdom and tba adoiiulatrative ability of Hum
iuu, and the King's ablis felt coutttlonce iu
them, because tb King bad appointed tbeai to
blilie. After the taps of two years, durlug whieh
uucompl iut wus tumid from the ur.tiva ubjois
uf Una taiiiK, bobold. tawre ia) a IlltU awirvt uppual.
Hon nrisug in iu tluu.rVoi sews hmsou, tuy
were anfcry u4dtt4y witti tin MtnuUry they bad
put foraaid. aasl sMrBoMUy triad lu upU IU '1 bey
uptiru-icbitl the ttuu. air. Utbauu lu coss;nt tu
Use uaaue, iu orWr iu oarry out tbelr sad. Why
uw Uiy angry wUasMit ub altaksW) f Lot tbaj
paoliu juds fur Uacuissifaja. Oue unag
a Vvry slraufce, iiw uuu. air. Ottawa tieuiiU
SMslillail to -- -1-- lilMBalf a!, Uaaosa ----'
- OSSSPSSS, SBSSBSSSSS WV SRSSS, WSSSaBJ
thoy Intended to nso him for their own purposes,
their ctinnlnu una In vain.
Is not nil this very strange? Tlio Cabinet of
Mr. Green was the Cabinet which Hits rinu put
In tho Oorernmcnt in plnco of Iho Morcno-Bnth
Cabinet which thov so bittorlv opposul; but nfter
two yenrs have prtssed, thnro rises among them nn
oppotltion to tho men nf lliolr own oholoe, and
thoy wntit lo turn them out to mnUo room for some
others lo carry out their desluns. After having
iinhllcly declared lliclr utmost conntlcnce lu the
Ministry of their own choice, Ihey nro put to
shilnio nml dlssrnco by .Iho eiposnrn of their
treachery. In necn'tly sclienllnc tu uvorthrow thoso
ncninst whom thoy plotted. They aro like forts
whose months water for the fmelinnchcsof grnpen
of tliorltio kceptr. ,
Kntron SaunnAt I'nras .Our publio water
nnrbs nro far from bclmi in n sttisfnetory cotidl
Hon, nnd o should not ho superior anydiyntn
eotisltlerjlilo ndviinco in tho rates of premlam
chnrced on looit risks by our underwriters, 1 1 oon
serinencuof tho lntder)ns.to and uncertain snpply
of water. As n pi'ticnl rule tho supply of water
nnd pus for n elty is moro satlafnclorily lualn
inineti oy privnio companies, man liy tlm un
wieldy mechanism of iMvernmentnl smierrUton.
Tn prevotit oiorliitaut chnrpen tho InillT of rntoa
could bn rei'ulnipd bv law. To make the wnter
supply for this city full nnd nvnllnhle nt nil times
win remiirti n oonsiiiorntiio eipenultttro of money,
nnd tho nocossity for Immediate action Is nrRent.
ill renttlrti n oomldornblo eipenditttro of monov.
BF5IC FOR SALE.
?? Till: 1U1IU NIMTO IIAIMJ HMII1
H4 cone rxteniTarepiltii. nlth a cooil Invcntorr.
It rA...l . U.ll. !..! m. " os- '
.ii i mi ilia, aas ,ii is. iiiL-Lrini-. ,vr.i i
For iiartlciilars luqiilra
A. .1. tl.MlTWIIKIHT.
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
)V THE Al I1HITIRH
jkiL STEAMER "SUEZ,"
Will Leave San Frniicisco Tor Hono
lulu tlio ftli tiny ol'cnch montli,
Kctnrmng from Honolulu on the ?! HAT
of each inonlli.
San Kranclscu Agents, J. D. SPnECKKLb i. 11I10S.,
. , tsr Market Street.
Ilonnlnln Agent. W. O. 1KWIN J, Co. fl 1H
HURRAH ! HURRAH !
4th OF JULY
1776 IT ,882
The Public Exercises In Honor of the nboie
tlay, illl consist of
Salutes nt Sunrise, Noon anil Sunset
with. Speeches, Music,
etc.. in the Morning.
A Grand Picnic iu tho Afternoon.
A Ball in the Evening.
Jj?" further partlcnlara will hs nunonnci.il here-Jllcr-
FIN'ANCE COMMITTEE Clans fctireckel. A J
Cartirrlgbt, D AMcKlnlej-.lJr J h McUrtn.nnd J K
Subscription Lists for the aboe Celebration nrc uow
epen at the Ofllccs of A J CAllTWIUGHT nnd W O
imviX i Co.
010 93 bec'y Ucn'l Committee of Arrangements
G. SBEWE1 & CO.
Offer for Snlo tlio Cm-go of tho
Tho Following List of Merchandise :
Card 3X t o Ji e s,
Farmers' lloilcrs, Bbls. BUST I'LAbTElI,
FRANKLIN STOVE COAL!
D uble and Single ;
Bales of Exoelstor,
NESTS OF TRUNKS
In Uootl Order and ai Kxticmely Lew I'nccn.
A CHOICE SELECTION 01'
Brunnell Top Buggies
ALSO, VKU HAHIi
" EDWARD MAY,"
Caics Vclluw Mini, 18, IM, it, : oancc..
Kc:i of Composition alls,
Grocerers' Wagons !
Hand Garts. aad Ox Oarto t
A 1. 1. OK TUE A IMVU
OooUs ara in aa EsoaUaat
Am4 will 1m SOLW LOW, to Clow Vwuiftf
This Space is Reserved
t o n.
GRAND OPENING OF
Millinery, Dry fc Fancy Goods,
Cents' Furnishing Goods. &c.
To take place about the middle of next week.
MESSRS. CASTLE & COOKE
Would Call Attention to Their targe and
Varied Stock of
OoultlnK o tlo TTxt.x?trn.lotAt
Paris Steel Breaking- Plow!
Moline Steel Breakers and
ni.rH2y''Sul,ll,ul,l'crai,eM.JolinIleere- llanc riowa, riiuitcra' Hoes, best makes
nisston Ce cbrat;l(JanoKnle, mniletoonlcrj Amcs'.SIiovels anil Spatlej, Canal Barrows. (J
IK Unains, lcnco Chains,
SUGAR MILL REQUIREMENTS :
Sugar Bags, Sugar Kegs, Cumberland Coal !
ui,C,y.nfr, 2dJa lta.cir 0,V.8 'i! ',",! p'l,c"',d -P";. Machine Bolts', all ! ! u I a n Wasncr fln-
Builders' Hardware, All Kinds & Styles;
s... ,fiUI,?,IJ'f.1',' ''o'!'19 "! H, raw and boiled; Small Paints in Oil. In lurce Mirlcty; Dry Pnliitai Umber
cnitlan, ltcd, Oclircn, JJclaillc, ic.; Whltlnp, German Window Olass, asatd .Ilea" Manila . Ifope ji tu 3 In?
STAPLE GROCERIES : Xo. 1 nnd 3 Hour, No. I and 2 Itlct, Crnshcd SuSar, China and Japan Teae
duised"MIknCoboamn' Lob',cr'1 KIn"' (i"al"y of Tnbl F"" '" the Faclorj, I'UIIE Encjlsh bplces, Con
SPECIALTIES : THE PALACE KEROSENE OIL, Wcton Ccntrlf ugui LININGS, 1 1 lu. ;
RUBBER SPRINGS AND CANVAS BRAKE, Just at hand; Blake Hleaiu Fnnip Valios, Packlnr,
Ac.; Blake Boilr r Feed, Jnlce or Jlolateea Irricatlnc and Vacuum Pumps,
Weston's Patent Centrifugals, complete;
Alto, ON CONSIGNMENT, California Hay. Barley Potatoes, Barrel. Saln.on, Haul. Aabofto. Jllxlnrc
or Boiltrs and (Steam Pipes, vert cheap; Fcnco Wire aud Staples, OalT. RooflnK, io.ninre
Wilcox & GihV. Antomiatlo. Singer Mife. Co., Aaatd.) RemiaBton Co., r.tnily, Wilaon No
Mnohlne, the Best Assortment to be Found, anil AT BOTTOM PRICES,
NEW GOODS BY EVERY ARRIVAL FROM ENGLAND, NEW
YORK AND SAN FRANCISCO.
1 New Traction Engine, 8-h. p.
, ,J Order, from the Olh'r Islands rilled at Ben Hates and ttltu UUpatcb.
AiliRlOAiN DlvY GOODS!
(Imported Pre of Duty,)
PER S. S. " MARY TATHAM,"
and bark "EUREKA."
And Consisting of a LarRe Assortment of
PRINTS DRESS GOODS
Trill ted piques, I.attus, Poplin.,
Brocades, Monlccs, Silks, Fancy
Hose, Handkerchiefs. Shauli,
Hpool Cotton, Towels, BlaukeL,
White and Bronu Cottons,
Canton flanutli, Cotlouadrs,
O LOTHIN Or,
Coata and Pant of Caaiimera,
Diagonal, Cottonada, Duok,
Ac, 4o., Ac.
Blanket Lined Suits,
Shirt., white, fancy, scarlet, etc.,
Sock., Under bhlrta, Drawers, etc.
IS.'- I'or Sale at Low Date, by
h'Jt Tf 3m
H. J. NOUTI, : : : j Proiriator.
Brz tu aunounce lo hi friends and the
public In tnrl
Tht ho hiia opened tho above Saloon
where flrit-clnaa iUiVsMhnienU
Kill be ttirud from 3 a. ia.' till IU p.m., under Ik
immtdiat .npcrl.leu of MR. MKRTiOf lMf fU.
THE ritfEvr OIIAUBH OK
Clgara, Pipaa and
l.Uoaru bv s personal aslsrtlon from llrst-claa ssasa
Uctorlts. has been obtained, and will U sdd4 to from
tlm to lime.
On of Brunswick A Balk
Celebrated Mird Tables !
is toonct4 with lb .labltsbucnt. -ahtr loser
St of lb ca can uarllclpal. ass
ILL FERSMS SEEIM6 EIPLOVKIT
AND ALL FARTIKtt KITHKR IN
. Moaeiu... a aay ol u IsUada la lbs 0p
In Want af Iwalayaaa
Steel Plows, all sizes ;
Ox Hone, Yoke.
Largest Stock and Most
In the Hawaiian Islands.
A the greater portion of onr Block la obtalniil (rem
first hand vro are enabled lo
SELLAT VERY LOW FIGURE S
Only tli Best QuaUtv.
HOLE AOENTMTOU THE
j. c. km mn, lqweil, mass.
J 4-j-NU THE
PAJUEE, DAVIS JC O0.,'
HMHOiithic MeKcine Co., New Ytrlr.
WOODBtmV, J? J.,
A HgiiHt Flowers aud German Sjtiih
OKLUULOID TRUttEt !
Warranted not to Unit I BrCakl or 'ir nnt.l
CMfully prepared bjr an wpcrlencea 1'haoiaclst
at any boor of tho nlfjht or day, at
IIUIITH ft GI.S
WhodsalB I RitaU Omcgists.
U A. iMttiui 14 IW. u Ua 9mf4,
Js.t reclrd per uk of Aberccln
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