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s.iTinii.tr, July s. h;j.
Un.br tfos h-ad have to r-ort the arrival of the I:r liP!!
bark irrtm i, .u the t- M-ssr. Mel.h.rs A; C) , i'h
and rI-:i" . i !! r-r.'.i f Frid':b, French aod li-rnnn
jr'I , a' the anival i.f the I), f. Murray, of t!.; II ui.iri
Paik-t Lin-, and the M but;, r, of th- K-iruUr tW-p.U:l Ln.e,
frui.1 S.n Frai.ci-.ro, wl'h th- u-ihI rar.' s of "snnlne.
At an au. ti' n fl.-.le of go-,.U p- r Arctic, prices obtained were
saeh, ai t p in"' th- .UV!rawn! i4 n.ar.y article a-lvcrtiv-d.
Ve I-arn th: iran-.mer-.t has l-een made b-tw;..-u tbe
7v' r.f the pa--' Mines t S.in FrVncisi O. fixing the r it-s of
fr.,;?t at six l -liais rl.m, anl four en's j-r pailon fr m
1 1. ; cabin pa-aa;,-: at sixty-five dollar? and, ste-rage pass
IF' thir'y-two ar.if a half dollar.
S ui Franco pp-rs r4u. t- g-.l i on the 20th (,f Jjn- at 1.H to
Frm private Vu-.rs received I.y Mr. James f. Dowsett, from
'Jj.-un. dated Man. h 17, and l.y Me?..rs. C. L. Richards if Co.
dated Hak'dad:, A j.ril 3 J, w glean the f.llowir.g report of
whailr.g vessels f..r the spr.rjr season to the westward :
leb. 17 B-rk Ilarve-t, 17a bbU sperm.
April lJ Win. R.,t. h, nothing.
C. IV. Mirean. rv .thing.
ntartu, iiAl.Ut. .
A !!ivu. n thin?.
Jte o..utrb, itai Mis bampback.
J t.'iari. 40 bhls j--rm.
ttjr llowia.-.d, !i bbls humpback.
ovinirvin, 10'J mH sperm,
llae Hawaii. 4 bbis fperra.
F!.rer.o-, Si tMs .rro and TO Luc.pta-k.
AH reported we!t on boar X tti above vessels.
. . Sbi? Mail..
.For Wi .-,: Poht.-i p-r Kitai-a.Tul.iy, Jaly 10th.
For S41 FaX' isri jj--r Pi.lyu'ii.in, this rlay.
PORT OP HONOLULU. II. I.
1 S-lr 'W'fcrV. !It-:in. Urn yUVItXi.
1 !-hr H-ir., Ktnr.oy. Tron M!.to.
1 rhr Ac'i-, K j.i oI.l, .'roco
't.T.mr Aiirie Uun-, Iitrh-n, fr'.m K'I'-a.
2 -".hr Unl' kai. M:rhaot, fiutn liana.
" V-rr KrlH, Crar.-. trrm Konrt ar.l Kia.
4 clir lrDc-. llatU'U. frrm Haia!ei.
fcir-rw-a br I;r ma. I:rntlii.pt, 17 tlayi frosi J'.r-
Hk.-fc. with n.;r t MoktitT A- Co.
ft rhr "M- i K-.k;. .N'afM-!.t, fr u Khulal.
5 ta lart I. C. Murny, tconct:, li dyt an.l 19
!u frori ? u Fri.cu.T.. iU ciie aud paaap-
f. t. ALlr.-h, Water A: Co.
t Ata orfc M hl er. Pry, li clayn froia San Fran-
chw, w.tlt ni:-14 Iln kfi-M & Co.
T Scbr JUrl.l v, llTwarl, frvtn Ililo.
1 tehr KInti. I.l!irh. for KoJoa.
1 tchr WaMtt'.-. Kul.eana, ftr Koloa.
J hchr Ilrteu, Kinry, r.r Mnki nl Maliko.
4 2-cmr K.lau-a, .M (jr'K,r. fr VudarJ furt.
t. .-. Ur Warwii-k. f r M-Uk.ii.
6 c 'Mt Aniiie I-anri-, 'it-hi-I!. for K.!o.v.
& ?chr ManU'.kawai, Marthanl, fur Ila.ua.
i S-;hr Mary, Nil.;, for .Mxi..j.
i S:hr Arti, Kauuiihi. f ir Maalca.
?. !.r 1'rirn II atfl-.M, t r liana!.
r S hr tm. t rar.e. f r I-ai- Ki.na an I Kau.
6 Schr Mot Keike. Xapela, for Kahulai.
XuT IJarlc D. C Murray, Dnn-tt, reiorts Txik ilt j arture
f.-otn ian Francisco lUnJi, FrMay, Jure 231 at T 43 I. M.,
(a accoant). First day experience! li-ht liafflinir mmU;
four i!.tys ivecx'tiag, ha-I muleral hretzt-a from NV which
cra'!u:ly haab.-d by "S to folloeiI hy'tlir i!ay rnUn with
faint air. 2,ice then, fln wrsth-r with K-iit!; trailtn from
E l FN K. Found tra-U-i very lin'hu Ma. It? Hawnii, July 4th,
m cff Maai at M-.triri-te July U'M, waile Oahu after a passage
of 12 d iy and 19 hour".
Left in xt trig Kentucky, Vi!!itun. fr II"no!ulo. (via
TlomhfiMf) June J.tli; c"ipr ship Mi.lnil.t, (,'rs.y, for
Honolulu aid ilonickdnc, about July Jlh. talk Y Littler,
Paly. tXilitd 30 hr ars preriou.t.
From Krkhe ytr Breina, July 4th, CO bales and 31 caai-s
tndr. SO Uulcetn ch 'inpairn, K) cj ale. S5 es portt-r, 1J cs vin
rfrar. 57 c provision, 11 bai r, 110 cs suar, &49 bars,
aud 11 ban. trou. 6 rs and & cs-f ls;ul, 1 cslc pots. csk earthen
warp, 22 bbU tar. It) bbU pilch, 75 demijohns oil, IS irrindstonr-8,
16,000 brick. 4 rs cipars, 3 bales woolen gooilj, lu tin. ISO cs
liquids, 15 d'-tn;johns alcohol, and a large (juaritity of freight
for .the Amoor Kiver and Yit Indies.
From 5 FRascisco-ix-r T. C. 3Iurjay, July 5 6101o ft
lumber, 60O bJls shinnies, biji lime. 200 eks barley, 150
kpa nail, ISCcoiU ccrdoi;, 11 empty barrels, 8 bales blan
VRts. 12 cs ai.d 1 bales dry c.N. 24 bx- itik, 'J5 scks b-an,
100 hf cks flour, '2 bxj, 4 cs and 1J pkjf h.-r-lware, U cs chairs,
44 pkS croctri-rs. 2anlc grease, 7 cj, 2 bbU and 43 pkc
cid, 114 I k:s i. loves, 7 pkp-i Lettits, 1 ca furniture. 1 cs
frtas, 1 bd! and ft cs saddlery, 10 cm wiue cs sewing machines,
tO ?wks oaH. 5 ir fr.inie, 'I a si" l plows, 7 bxs paii t, 1 pkir
(roll leaf. 1 bar iron, 1 earring o!;, 1 bs fasfriinj.'., 1 malt mill,
1 st whiffletres, 1 pk? wheels, 2 ww.len rollers. 5 pk twiddle
Ueef. 9 pkgs blni.ltt. 80 pes uw.rj, 25 pkps sah. 11 cs hats, 4
ca cili ('.r water. 2 spring i:itt rashes, 6 Lbls ltf, 9 l.bU fish,
21 pkip bom sh.k, 1 vice, 1 anvil, 1 cak glisswarc, 3 c-tks
crockery," 1 cs turpentin, 5 csks cunanM, 1 csk prunes, 1 pkp
pans. 6 stoves, 1 pkg springs, 1 bale exccIaU-r, 1 roll rubber, 3
For Wisoward Ports j-r Kilauea, July 4 Mr and 3Irs
J t Ath'Tton. 5:rS T Aiexurvler, IW W D Alexander and
wifr, Mr and Mrs Thrnmb, MU Kmily Alexandr. Mr J 1"
barker. Miss Parker. J V Overton. V 11 Cortiwell, D N F'.iti.er.
Mr WarLriJe. P Lamb, Mr i Armstrong 14 cabin and about
SO deck p.u-i'iicT-
Frooi t fmnsco pr D. C Murray, July 5 Mrs A L
?miih. Mrs .Varia l XcS-ker. Mrs arah Iloyilen. Mrs Anna
World, Mrs Luia Ilell, Mrs Mary F.l!-n Clutr. Mrs Kmma
Wriht, Mrs Harriet Iwn. Mrs M iry Green. Mrs Milly I)
Randall. M! Ame'.i Vorl 1. Mi; Amy World. Mis Mary Jane
Clult. Mbus AIte? IJoydn, Mis F!!a :reen. Mis Mary Eliza
beth Vrfht, Mi- Kirnia S Wricht. Mi-s Mi. y Boyd en. Mm
Anna Maria World. Mis Fli- WorM. Mi Sylvia Hell, Mer
CbrM U'otcott r.ro.k W I M. Ianltl. Samuel W. l-h, 1 il
ha is Trash, C Clarir. A Vf II La.M, Francis A Hammond.
1-eter Pulley. CaU b World, Kli Belt. William It Wrijrf.f. Jan.es
lawson. Kphraim Green, Alfred Katidall. JJeortfe Netn-kT,
Charles Eoy.!er. Aliny Scr.ith, Willard Smith, William Ne!--ker,
Henry J World. JoNn Thomas World. lK.-njamin C'lr.ff.
Gbri Ciaa, W it Wright, jr., O Louis. ltciert Dram. C O
Oorham. John Tonn? 4'i abin and 4 hterajre passengers.
Frr.ra Sa Fnn.v jwr WhitW. Jn!y 6 Mrs. Catherine
Dunne. Mrs. U. V. IIula:ids, Mi Husbands, J. C. Curding,
Wm. Karton, Jos. Oaverly.
Pctcbsox ArsTlS In Honolulu. July 1. by Kev. S. C. Ii
SMO, I. B. Pcterwm to Mis.- Henrietta C. Austin, daughter cf
Jatnea Austin, Y..".. f this city.
Tatlcb Jjkaika Jone7, by Rer. 8. C. Tatnon, James
Taylor U likapeka.
I Con; m u a ica ted .
Mr. Editor : We learn by the Ute orriT.1'3 from
the Hat that the Clovernment of Ilollan 1 was the
Cnt to vtttbJraw their nckr.owIeJraent of the bel
ligerent rights of the Confederate State?" mid it is
reported that the Government of Russia anJ other
European Powers were about to follow suit.
Would it not be in pool tte for the Hawaiian
Government to be making a move in the same direc
Honolulu, Jalr 6, 1C5.
. Loss of the Hannah. We learn that the scb. Han
nah was ashore at Moloaa. Kauai, having mi?sed
Bfajs while going cut. Our informant saj9 that both
mats were cut of htr. and that she waj badlj
x.' Death teom Poieos. A native employed to cure
and poison hides for Mr. J. T. ATatcrhcuse, drank
from a demijohn containing bide poison, yesterday
morning, and soon after expired. Every effort was
made by Ir. MeKilLia to save his life.
IST The decision of Second Associate) Justice R.
G Davis, in favor of the Kaiwiki Plantation, in the
Emma Itoole case, has been reversed on appeal to
the full beach.
AcciL'ENT. On Monday a woman wa3 thrown from
toe of the numerous swinps which have been estab
lished in different r-arts of the town, and very se
verely injured. '
The 1). C. Murray arrived on Wednesday
evening, leaving San Francisco the day after tbe
irhitHer. The Whistler arrived on Thursday teve
niDg, being beaten two days ca the down trip.
I'ebsosal. By the D. C. Murray, from San
Francisco, we are pleased to note the arrival of
Charles Wolcott Drooks, Eq., of the firm of C. W.
Brooks c Co., tbe agents of the Hawaiian Packet
Line in that city.
rf Oar lea ling article and several communica
tions bare been crowded out to make rcora for tbe
ncccunt of the celebration of tbe Fourth.
New ADVECTisDiExrs Oar new alvcrtiscment
colomnf, of goods to arrive, and already in hand,
are worthy of, and we would ask our rca Icrs to give
them, a careful perusal.
3T The biennial meeting of the subscribers to the
QawTi Hospital, will Uke pTace at the Court House
mi Mnndiy. rhe 10th dycf Ja!y. at II oVTorfc a. m.
Iur the late Foreign Neirs
see the fourth page.
SATUIiPAY, JULY H.
Tlic Fourth r.luly.
Eiirhtv-ninth Annivcr.-J.rv of Ainenin
'. I nu .en den ce was celebrated on Tuesday last
in a iuann.-r which will not sx-n be l'T-.t-U-n
by tfne who participated in its obsorv
j anve. The day op-ned cloudy, nwl the res
j idents in the ur.j-.tT jart of the valley wt-re
trcat'.-d to a little rain ; by ton o'clvi k, ho.v-
evt-r, the weather was all that could fj wished
; l'r. During the forenoon an attempt wao
I made by toiae j-uhlic servant to lay the dust
j 'di the lower half of the valley rad, which
I fchowed at least a design to please, if it did
I not succeed in keeping the dust down.
The ctlchrati-jii was. commenced by the fir
ing of a Federal salute at the head of Emma
fctreet at daylight, and the sharji report of
Cre-erackors all over the town, which was
continued through the day. At about t.n
o'clock the citizens could be seen to trend
J towards the ground.-? at Ilw.hur, which had
: hw-n Cited up for tlie occasion by the coiu-
inittee, which Cuii.-isted of the fallowing gen
. tlem-n : W. A. AMrich, II. Severance,
1. C. Jonef, Jr., Uaniel Foster, II. Y. Lud
dington, A. J. C'artwright, J. U. Athtrioii,
and J. (J. Diekn.n.
The lt ht-lected was coverttl with a fine
growth of mani. jiiu jiratJi ai.d well enclosed,
being liindil on the Suth Fide by the har-l-r.
On the premises were a- large dwelling
Iioure and out-buildings, which were made
uee of by the committee. On entering the
grounds, the Erst thing which attracted the j
eye was the Hying of two large cntigns-, side !
by tide, between two cocoanut trees one 1 1 a- j
waiian and one American. Two large tents
w;ie prepared, the one for the dinner being ;
one hundred f..et long by fifty-five feet wide ; j
the tent for the children's collation, adjoin- j
ing, being twenty feet wide by s-ixty feet
long. The tables fur adults were nine in
number eight ranging north and south, forty '
with one across the inauka
feet lono-. The children! table
fcixty feet in length. Platt-H were placed for
adults to the number of four hundred, and
one hundred for the children. The east end
of the large tent was decorated with two
large American flags and the motto " On:
Country Admits of no Division." The north
end was most elaborately decorated with a
center piece, consisting of a large Eagle, with
the motto E Pi-iKiias Uni ji," the whole sur
mounted by thirteen small American flags,
backed by two large American and two large
Hawaiian flags, with a motto overhead in
evergreens, Hoxoit to the Df.fkndf.ks of
our Union'' 1770 18G3. The west end was
trimmed with American flagar The south
ride was open. The pillars through the cen
tor and on the south side were tastefully
decorated with evergreens, flowers and small
flag?. The stand for the Band was in th;
wes t end.
The tent for the delivery of the Oration,
and the dancing in the afternoon and eve n ins
was floored over a npace forty-five feet by
forty. The north side, where the speaker's
desk was placed, was tastefully decorated,
the center being a fine portrait of Abraham
Lincoln, draped with a splendid silk Ameri
can flag, the whole being backed by a larger
one. Over the portrait was thu motto in
evergreen, Malice toward IN'one, Charity to
All,' the motto on the west side being " The
only National Dedt we can never Pay is the
one we Owe oir Army and Navy."
The exercUes conimenceei with prayer by
the Rev. S. C. Damon, followed by the choir,
who sang America." Next was the read
ing of the Declaration of Independence by
A. F. Judd, Esq., followed by the singing of
the Star Spangled Ranner ; ' after which
the President, W. A. Aldrich, Esq., an
nounced the Rev. Dr. L. II. (iulick as the
Orator f the Day. The Oration will Ic found
on the neat pogc.
The band then played "Hail Columbia;"
after which the President introduced Master
Willie Foster ns the Young America Ora
tor, who delivered a witty sxeeh to
the audience, but to the children in par
ticular. The President then made a few re
marks, when the audience dis-perse-d over the
ground, the children going to their colla
tion. " Here we witnessed the moat pleasing
feature of the day. The tables were boun
tifully supplied with all that children could
wish for. The numVr of children being
largely in excess of the number expected and
provided with table accommodations, many
took well filled plates and dispersed in groups
around and under the tents in pic-nic style.
As fast as the tables were cleared they were
re-supplied, and at a moderate calculation two j
hundred children mrtook of the collation
The children were tastefully dressed, the. red,
white and blue being the favorite colors.
After the collation the children adjourned
to the daneing platform, which had been
cleared of seats, and commenced o dance
merrily to music discoursed by that veteran
musician, George Hyatt, who claims to have
played the music for the first set of cotillions ever
danced in the group. He certainly succeeded
admirably in keeping the feet of the children !
in motion the best portion of the afternoon, j
. The committee row commenced seating the j
guests for the dinner, which occupied some j
little time. At twenty minutes past one the ;
President called upon the Rev. Eli Corwin I
to ask a blessing ; after which knives and i
forks commenced to do their duty. The
guests were waited upon by a large staff of j
waiters, under the superintendence of Mr. ;
Charles Derby, the committee and others,
Americans, agisting. At alout two the Pres
ident announced the first regular toast :
"Tuk Pat vk Cll-Peate IUn.lered memorable by a decla
ration of principles which have carried the Kepnblic triumph
a::!!y through the trials cf cace, and the t';aii;rs -f war."'
This was responded to by the H ii. Elisha
II. Allen, Chancellor of the Kingdom, in a
speech of some length. Here we are coin-j-clled
to say that, from want of space, we
are unable? to print m.Kt ot the spcce.'us.
Ve -haM give the speech cf H. P.. Mrjj-tv-
Aefing 'nnimi""'ior-r nnd Consul fJ.--n-
eial, W. L. CIre.-n, F.s.j., us it was decidedly
a ur.st haj py hit, ond called forth luiul and
prol jcged applause. The speech of the Chan
cellor was followed by music from the band,
which continued to play throughout the din
ner at intervals. The nest regular toast was
"Tub Pklsipcst of thk United ?tatki Who becan.e Pres
ident by virtue of his patriotic loyalty and integrity during the
Responded to by the Hon. James McCryde,
the United States Minister Resident.
The third regular toast
" Hi Muoir KiMFDAHkni Finn Long may he re!
ever a united and happy people."
Responded to by the Hon. R. G. Davis,
Second Associate Justice cf the Supreme
Court, in his usual happy and felicitous man
ner. The next toast announced was
"Wasiiisgtos ixt tiie Ilfp...ed of 1773 Their memories
sh.-ti: f r'-v-r be cherish-d by the wise and f-.l of every kind ;
their ir.Cuer.ee is felt in shaping the politics of many people.
Their prii.c.p'.. s re progressive aad pcrstcatiug, aiid adaj ted
to bed ie all i rvait;ng."
Responded to by the Rev. Eli Corwin, in
a most appropriate and happy manner, call
ing forth frequent and hearty applause.
The fifth regular toast was then re-ad by
the President :
"Thb Af-.Mv asD Nvt, Orat avd F.rraoTT With the
soldier and sailors nr;der thtir command, the resource t f the
wor:d would tiot suCicc t.j pay the callonai deit cf gratitu.le
Re-ponded ti by the Hon. A. Caldwell,
United States Consul.
The next regular toast was
TrnOI f.mort ok Abraham Lin-cols His memory is cm-t.aui-d
in the booin rf thf nation ; ar.d may Lis nair.e descend
to all time, and be ever prom.ur.ced with aff-ction athi gratitude
by all i:i who.-e hearts ar:e a.-pirations Jor human rijhts and
iuii, in liberty"
Responded to by J. W . Austin, Esq., in
a fehort and very appropriate spcecli.
The seventh and last regular toast, was
then read :
"Tiie Cotittiom AMD Til Union The Crt, t!,e noblest
char!--r of human rihts ever deviled by man : the eeo-nd. tl.e
only coudition in wl.iih the bltTsincs of the first can b. fully
enj"Vfcd. The libbiry of the past has vhowii that Amerie.iiiS
appreciate their worth, and will not fail to transmit thtm uniui-
j paired to their children."
Resrunded to bv I. Rartlett. Eso. . This
elof-i the regular toasts.
President called on Mr. Castle for a
ujKn which Mr. Castle arwse and
proposed as a toast The President and the
! Committee." The President begged to be
excused from rcindiiig, as he had already
! made a speech.
The Rev. S. C. Damon was next called
. upon. Arising, he said: " Mr. Prsident,
! Ladies and Gentlemen : I have heard sj-eeehes
j to-day from Judges, Lawyers, Clergymen and
the people, about every one that I can think
' of, with the exception of five individuals. I
; allude to the five Hawaiians who stormed
' Fort Fisher, and . would now propose tluee
cheers for them," which were ghen with a
; will by the audience.
j The President then stated that there was
: another gentleman from whom he should be
; plctised to hear. True, he was an English
man, but a first-rate one. He then called
upon Mr. V. L. Creen, Esq., H. TJ. M's
: Acting Commissioner and Consul General.
: The call was taken up by the audience un
til Mr. Green was pleased to rise, when he
was heartily cheered. His speech will lie found
j on the next fage.
j After which R. II. Stanley, Esq,, edified
i the audience with a regular Fourth of July
speech, which closed the celebration for the
' "jf At about half past seven in the evening
the tent for dancing commenced to receive a
: most brilliant throng of ladies and gentle
mon, and dancing commenced in earnest at
; about eight o'clock, the floor being under
! the management of Dr. Hoffmann. The ver
andahs of the house adjoining and the grounds
about the tent were filled with spectators.
, The evening was such an one as visitors here
1 can only appreciate the moon coursed through
a clear sky, and the effect upon the sur-
rounding objects was very fine. The Kilauta
j could be distinctly seen as she left the har
i bor at about nine o'clock. At about half
: past ten a march was played, and the guests
were invited to partake of a pupper in the
! tent used for the dinner, and some two hun
j dred were soon seated at tables bountifully
j supplied. After supper dancing again com
! menced, and continued -until between one and
two in the morning.
The Committee certainly deserve the thanks
of the Americans fur the able manner in
which they carried out their wishes as ex
pressed at the preliminary meeting.
The Government and Consular flags-, to
gether with innumerable American flags, were
thrown to the wind at eight o'clock, and
the shipping was gaily dressed. Capt. Han
ham's Yacht, the Themis, was very hand
somely decorated, and fired a silute in honor
of the day. We regret to staie that one of
his crew was very severely wounded in the
hand, and had to suffer amputation of all
excepting a part of the forefinger and a strip
connecting with the wrist. The usual na
tional salute was fired from the head of
Emma street at noon, and a Federal salute
at sunset the Hawaiian artillery fiiring the
salutes. The premises upon which the cel
ebration took place were kindly furnished to
tu0 Committee by His Majesty, and II. R. H
the Princess Victoria Kauiurualu furnished a
i generous supply of delicious grapes, while her
, venerable father, His Excellency M. Kekuanaoa,
' presented. the committee with t:.e evergreens used
! tin the occasion.
i The conduct of II. P. M's Acting Com
j missioner and Consul General, and of Capt.
Hanham, of the Thrmis, was highly gratify
i ing to the American residents, and is worthy
; of imitation by others of II- B. Majesty's
j subjects, ami will tend to do away with that
- feeling which was so rapidly developing itself
previous to the departure of II. B. M's ship
AT A REGi:iiAR MKETIXfS OF THE
.Sk "Honolulu lire Department' held in the Hall cf Me
chanic No. 2, July 6:h. l'io, the following gentlemen werr cho
sen Fire Wardens f r the ensuing year : J. C'N i!. lt di-trict:
A. I. t'artwright, 2d district: C. K. Williams, Sd district; Tbos.
Huchef. 4th diftrkt. CHA5. THOS. CU LICK.
475-1 1. . S?.-Cy Iit p'i.
CHOICE LOT RECEIVED THIS DA V
.TL and f'.r sale by
BOLLES A: CO.
Ixtra Fine Pilot II read.
1ECEIVED THIS DAY
LOLLES A: CO.
Fit u'e by
-B HAVE" APPOINTED 1 r. Thomni Shicl.
st by power of AtK ni' T, to aet for me during mv absence
fr in thi ktrgl' m. GODFREY KHODLS.
A Ciirrince liorvr. erfret ly kind ntitl
gentle m ' UNr harre. or under the saddle. En
quire of W. WILSON.
1TG : : I .!5n s Mark?
100,000 !:'! VM)4f Siting
Just Anived per ' "Whistler."
FOR SALE CUE A I,
TO CLOSE CON-
' MKLCHER3 Je IM.
ff The iiiiderKiued. propr ic lor of I lie I u-
5 V.'l ternatiocal Hotel, tskes pleasure t!i announcing to the
public and the traveling p.-rti-.n of the community, that
the hou.e is sti'l rea.ly to supply their wants in a manner sec
ond to none in the city. Give me a call.
478 2m. SAMUEL A. LOLLER.
LOOK AT TTIIjs; !
rpiiE srnscRiCER won.n respect-
1 fully trtv- a.-tice, that he ha? c.n-.inenced the m m u fact u re
of a.St l-ilt;ulatin'j H ind Mui, iu Honolulu, corner cf Fort
and Ibtel :r-et.-. and is cow r-a.1y to fi;l all orders fT the
sime, nrw of which may now s-eri in successful operation at
the residence of Mr. C E. Williams. King St. H..vuig had ex
j.erience in noiki:.c und puttins up wind-mi'ds in California,
where they have taken the flrt premium at all the State Fairs
at which they have t-eeii exhibited, he is confident that they
have no superf-.r, not even an equal. They nil, run with less
noise, less wind, less repair, and do more work than any mill in
use. The mill can be used fjr !ct any use requiring ma
chinery, and with great power, such iu puinpioc. sawing, turn
ing, grin !in grain, s-.ich as Corn, wheat, barley and coffee,
ani they can no doubt be ma le useful in the grinding of sugar
cane with good success, tv.it more especially for the raising of
water, for which they were intended. Being self-regulating,
th.-y do not ir.jure machinery by too great ieed. Persons
Hhing one -T th-se mills, will please leave their orders, which
wid be aurntVd to with dispatch. L. NYE,
476-oui Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
O.OOO LIJS RANGOON" RICE
1 CO Westphalia Hams
New Sardines, "White Macaroni
Smoked Beef, Barrels Cal. Salmon
Andrew's Solace Tobacco
Newton's New York Hams
Oat Meal, California
Pecan Xuts, Cranberries.
FOR SALE AT THE
Family Grocery k Feed Store,
OII FELLOW'S II ALL.
47Clni A. D. CAKTWRIG11T.
VIA SAN FRANCISCO.
CASES HANDLED AXES. HOYS AXES,
Axe Hatchets, Mason's lilackiug, T Hiuges,
I.imp Wick, e'rowbars.
Zinc and Wood Wash P.oards, Putty,
Lamp !!ack, Wool Curds.
Union Scales, Ox Itows 1J, 1J & 2 in,
Yoke Irons, Sauce Pans, Iron P t, Garden Hakes,
Garden Hoes, Coil Lines, Shoe Thread.
Wrapping Paper. Rat Traps. Auger Bits,
Wire Netting, Gilt Cornices, Whitewash Brushes,
Paint Rrushes. Sash Tools, p.rass and Iron Screws,
Iron mid Uniss Padlock", Door Locks,
Hrass Ioor Holts,
kVe.i &c, &c. Aio.
For pale by W. N. LADD.
IV 3E W O O O X S !
THE HAWAIIAN DARK
- sr. r o X 3
CAPTAIN S. GEERKEN.
Left KKH.IIHIY on 3Iay 5th with an
ASSORTED CARGO OF GOODS !
SELECTED FOR THIS MARKET.
SAMPLES WILL BE OPENEDSHORTLV
AND SALES MADE TO ARRIVE.
47G- H. HACKFELD k Co.
Wilis tlei? !"
CASES REST CL. PILOT RRE.4D
Cases and tins water crackers;
Cases and tins soda crackers;
Cases and tins J. L cakes;
Cubes nnd tins picnic crackers;
Tins wine crackers:
Tins milk crackers;
Cases kerosene oil;
N'et market baekets.
Cases bet oysters;
Prcf-rvcd sheep tongues;
Kits tonguen and sounds;
Yf nrt powder in clas and tins:
Kegs apple fc utter.
Young Hyson tea.
I:..xcs Japau tea, 2 and 5 lbs;
Best ba-ket tea;
Very fine black tea.
Cases cream tartar;
e'ases corn tdareh;
Cases currie powder;
California cream cheese;
Cases assorted meats;
Cat-'s assorted soups;
Cases fresh apples;
Cases freah pearv.
Cases fresh Quinces;
Cusea cranberry sauce.
Caaes spiced aluK.n;
Cases French prunes;
t ra.ts in g!ai"a;
Jams in tins;
Jams in glass;
Prunes in glas;
Prunes in bulk.
Half-barrels dried apples;
Kegs mixed pickles;
Kegs plain pickles.
Scaled herrir.rs ; Bath brick.
Currants in !aas;
e'u: ra::!s in bulk ;
Ka;sins in glas;
li-ii-oas in hf aud qr boxes.
Otia'ornia and Extern lard.
Fre breid every day, sr 1 de:ivfT"d ti order. .rf.
E. C. MrC AM I.FaS CO
j OOLONG TEA, OOLONG TEA.
MMIm- iitid-r.turl lm
Thu V;";;."T"i, ",c .., per bark WHISTLER, a
very Superior Article of Oolong Tea,
in sK v ..nd li ?k. bows, and which will be f .und very
CHUNGHOON" i CO.,
suitable f r hianly u.'
D. C. MURRAY!
SELECTED FOR FAMILY USE.
CURTIS' VERY SUPERIOR DRIED
Coffin's erv superior Dried Apples
New Crop Zante Currants
French Plum, sold very cheap
New Cn.p Raisins in j and 4 boxes
Freh California Cream Cheese
Fresh California Smoked Hams
Fre.-h California Smoked Bacon
Fresh Horace Billing's Hams
New Soft Shell Almonds
An assortment of Ground Spices
An assortment of Sauces
L-a A Per r in's Sauce, pint and half pints
Fresh P. & M.'s Yeast Powder
Very Superior Japan Tea in small boxes
The usual Assortment of Crackers,
IN TINS AND CASES.
Fresh Oysters, 1 and 2 lb tin .
Spiced Oysters, 1 and 2 H tins
Fresh Sacramento Salmon, 1 lb tins
The Usual Assortment ol
Meats iu il cl Soups!
tOlt SJLK BY
S. S A V I DG E, Fort Street.
H'EW HAWAIIAN FLOWS,
FRESH G ROl'N D CORN MEAL
Fresli C round Wheat Meal
Fresh Cracked Wheat
Shorts and Chicken Feed
California Oats, very heavy
FOR SALE BY
STEAM FLOCK MILL.
FAMILY GROCERY & FEED STORE !
Odd JFellow'.s IXsxll.
(iERMAX GAME L TINS, viz :
ROAST HARE. ROAST VENISON
Roast Field Fare, Capon with Oysters
Fresh French Prunes in glass and tins
SCOTCH IJISCUITS, Viz
Lunch Biscuit, Captain's Biscuit, Ginger Nuts
Young Green Teas in water
j Fresh A and 4, boxes Sardines
i Fresh Anchovies in bottles
j Fresh Herrings in tins
j Bloater and Anchovy Paste
! Yarmouth Herring in tin9
Fresh California Peaches
j do Pears
! do Apricot
California Table Fruits, Peacl
ics, and Pears in
ASSTIi. ENGLISH AND CALIFORNIA
PIE FRUITS, Viz
' Green Gages
c Raspberry Jelly
QuiiK e Jelly and
rrench lireen i'eas l lb tins
French Mushrooajs 1 lb tins
French Olives in pints, glass
French Aut-hovie-s pints, glaKs
Green Peas, Corn, Beans, Tomato and Asparagus
Little Neck Clams ,'
Sof t Clams I
S.icel Oysters fin 1 and 2 lb tins
Little Neck Quahaugs. Lemon Svrup, Fins
Chinese Preserved Ginger
China Chow-chow and Citron
Whortleberries in tins
Concentrated Milk in tins
Orange and Pine Apple Marmalade
do Pine Apple
California and Mediterranean "Dates
NEW WESTPHALIA II AMS-per RREMA
NEW BOLOGNA SA US AGES-per RREMA
NEW SARDINES-1Mr II REM A.
FOR SALE AT THE
Family Grocery k Feed Store.
HflELGHEBiS & GO!
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Poi TJi-emeii Hnrk
' V - .
t 1 4 J I V '.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Gr O O D S !
C onsi t; I il
ENGLISH FANCY PRINTS, New Style
English Pink and Yellow Prints
English Turkey T.ed and Yello'wr Prints
English Two Blue Priuta
White CoUons, Crown Cottons
Tdue Drills, Drown Drill
Blue Striped Bed Ticking
Blue Denitus, Victoria Lawns
Mosquito Netting, Worstek Lasting,
Checl ed Cotton Pant Stuff
Hickory Shirts, Blue Denim Frocks and Trow sets
Brown Merino Undershirts
White, Tink and Striped Cotton Undershirts
Gent's Brown Cotton Socks
Gent's Blue Mixed Sticks"
Gent's Brown Merino Socks
Girl's White Cotton Stockings
Plain Silk UndershirU.
Turkey Red and Yellow I land kerchief
Printed Cotton Handkerchiefs
Printed Jac Handkerchiefs
Silk Finished Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs
Gent's Black Silk Cravats
Sailor's Woolen Mittens
Gent's Black Felt Hats, NEWEST STYLES.
Cheap Felt Hats.
Blue Flannel Sacks
Black Cloth Pants
Checked Cotton Pants
Blue Monkey Jackets
Blue Flannel rants
Fancy Cloth Pants
Fancy Cotton Pants
Fine Caslimere Coats.
SiiI cilery & Hardware
Ladies' Side Saddles
Gent's English Saddlen
White Woolen Saddle Olrtha
Port e-monnaies. Cigar Cases
Pocket Knives, Scissors
Needles, Butcher Knives
Knives and Forks
Files, Dog Chains
Wrought Iron Nails
Enameled Iron Saucepans
English Crown Iron
Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron.
Sliip Clfiaii tilery, &c
Stockholm Tar, Stockholm Pitch
Manilla Cordage, Suil Twine
Boiled Linseed Oil, Oil Paints ia tins
Clay Pipes, Grindstones, Saltwater Soap.
Crushed Sugar in cases
Loaf Sugar in cases, Rangoon Rice
Shelled Almonds in demijohns
Westphalia Hams, Boulogna Saupaea
French Chocolate in tins
Muscat Raisins in glass
Cephalonia Currants in glass
Singapore Pepper and Pimento
Triple Vinegar in demijohns
"Wine Vinegar in cases, Herb Vinegar in can
Sardines, Olive Oil
Stearin Candles, Indigo Blue.
SPIRITS, AVO ES AiD
CASES HOLLAND GIN
" JAMAICA RUM
LAGER REER iu quarts)
PALE ALE in qiu.it.
" PORTER in qnnrb. nn.l pint
GENUINE RHINE WINK Large
A Khorliueiit T
FRENCH CLARET, (Lhnteuu
CHATEAU L.VTOUR. '
BURGU N I Y W I N K
G E N tT I N E C 1 1 A M P A G N E , H u n st Jt p i a t
Pleiclsieclc te Go's jRheims !
DEMIJOHNS ALCOHOL tli per cf. .
White aDd Blue Sewing Cotton, Brook's Sw. Cotton
Blue Flannel, Black Broadcloth
Woolen Barege, Ca3simere
Bunting, red, white, blue, black and yelto
Black Silk Umbrellas, Burlaps, Grey Biakets
Woolen Blankets, assorted colours; WhiuUnion Blank, a
Bed Quiits, Ladies' and Gent's Kid Glovs
Ladies Silk Mittens, Artificial Feathers
Lubin's Extract, Black Silk Ribbons
Black and Fancy Siik Velvet Kibboiis, Jticassar Oil
Playing Cards, Porous Waterbottles,
Gilt and Jac. Frame Mirrors, Drawer fcoking Glasses
Foolscap and Letter Paper, Printing Pper
Double Barrelled Guns, Percussinn Ca, L;ad Pipe
Sheet l eal. Lamp Black. Bricks. Aoc, ftc. '