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kr th vit f it w ti i:.te fur ? .r iu irr.vai-t : on
?h IV.h. trie ARirr-kri rl p- r h'p rir Una i. from
lY-incisc , ftrnl the Am-re,';i e::jpr sh p I'i.Y Vfind, from'
n J-iun; an I on t'.e I .,, British hip Lioidtn H'e'tt
X t IT.r.f unjf, ar.-i the ILil-an lark .V -itadur, from Macao.
The (itt.lr- vf n r- r uM for "::.v., at'l brii.irs C.rXJ
rt d t'f.ir.rk r.er.:r.arjd..s, and --nl p.iier.;p-M
!., Khl-h kir 'Jilfi,! - U'-.T' TI 1. r -.tP IVrv.r I'Wbt-t-
;oa. The .V if t.' ..r i ri! - i route f.r ciuo. and ha to
eo.i:V r,a t. ir i, vthieh may bi it -poi- 1 of L-rt; if not, they
Wiil on t Cj;,.v.
The f f ir d part Mr: f.T the pa-.t ' aie f.ur ia Duxa
br : eaO tl. I'r-tr: lark Urtmi.Ct the A moor
Rivr ; oa tho 17:h. he Iliwilikn bri.r M'ri,in'j Star, X-jT
n'an ii in the Pacific ; cn the 19.li. tJ e Am-ricm brrk ). '
lATTti), tit lit If i;, :.- I'a. k'-t L.r., f I rn Frv..i-eo, and
tt Aa.rri- an dij per r. p air H in-l r Laker" I'.ani.
Th Murray V k. a-.ty 4.C72 -le.r.crs rf suar, 517,649
pnumls, a l (& pickup uwiuw, 24,Z6 gUuC, and
ohr I-u-fcl iT'Aif, 3iti'jr.tins' in i!u to 41,531 67.
Exchne Pti .'an Frarxisco !i sca-ct. ari'l m furuijh-l atcne
Vr tout, frfniain t! inn? wi-.k. Whn we taVe Intoctin-'!'r'i-fn
t?if our -rf f- r t!i-; monh emlinx June
L'Orh jTT'i.lH ai. ! iojrU (ijr the c-.rrrsp-mJirig t rm
f i7I 41, w ar at a ! to uii'Vntarul li- exot:an;e
houbl t w:arr an.! atlnst u. In convrBtin with .&rtlcd
who rbotiU eieL, w l.aTe girn u u a reason, lLat
fand ft rmrrly l.-re are withJrawu to inrest in Cali
fornia, bring trratI ty the higher rate of ii.tfr givtrn tLere;
an J chr tLUe thit x-f,r.r.ge t,n the Ka.-trrn States ami
Kurope ha txra acarce, acwl r-oi,t ir.ce arr maie through
San Tracico ; i.d agaia, that the fall in gold, and corres
ponding nt? of excLuryr, ka ! i tntrcliaiits to take ad-aiitae,
waile ihspy may, be.'ore a fur'.li- r fail, to pay up Lack, imlebted
neM and advauc paymcuti fr goods expected ai.d oa the
The d!tar.-e frrm San Kraj. ico u the !oulha-'t'n point of
the Japanve iaUrd of MaUcn I. vhich lm be-n toki of a a,
grwl place at whi'-h t' touch. :4.1tO miles; to Cape Awa,t
IM auaibera end of Xipb'jn. ii 4.474 miles; frou aa Francitco
to Honolulu, Z.10) B.i.u, and lj th honio Ilanils 3,2K iniiei.
The whole ditar.cK tt i-Uxtl i through the trait of Mat.uiai
373 mti-. cr about -1 da' ttam.n(r at 200 ml leu per day.
Thi line oate entahiithed, 9j lnys will e sufficient to make
the cirrvit of the glob'. As compared with the old rout.H,
nothing will he esperitao-d ftmn tt.e typhoons of the China
iSe. the hnrriraTi'-a cf tl. Bay of IiengaL, or th fearfui Mono J
wnwb prevail in the straits of Malacca. S. t Hullilin.
Tar CvTTuN fvrrLX Qntsrio:. The T-cnt grand succef'i
achieved fcy cw Army ar-i Navy are likly to chanJ the
whole aspect or lh: Cotton qaefti'n, and upaet the calrulutioni
cf Cngtish mana(actjr-r and speculators, who, notwitiMtand
ing the Inrrtaaicg supplirs fr'.ui Kypt, China, Irxli, ttc.
wa:cb th coarse of events in thi coanwy with no little anxie
ty. This nl shown by the b ivy derUOw in the staple which
orenrrad te tj Briti.h market IjM automa, baatd vi-ja a sup
waltloa Ik at tiM Vurth cunUnpUtet psaice at whatever c?t.
Not merely 4 M the pruecttr untocklag tlie stores of d,'.:oa
in the KflMth alarm Koifhab "uniers and peculators, but the
cffW:t on the London Moy market gave rie to the tujet
g!oony apireli-n-ti.im. 1 he I'tikiri and money l-.niling inter
est became povsveei willi a iltep furling of distrust, and the
Cotton trade tmcame tr.a imn'lUte vlct. in of it, the prict of
short staple falling in cUlr to a! out h.ilf its va'ue in July,
while lotiif ntjple Put about one-third its rIuc. Afttr this
period, it bean to be seri thr.t the h"fs cf ia.ce in thid c-un-try
by Norti.e rn t rumv'n wrre f.remature. and, with return
irg ease in tri Kugiih Money market, together with the small
lock of gxds in the ruanuf.ictnriiig di-tricH, the tend'-ncy of
prices ha since, f r the mt prt, he,-n upward. The imports
into Great Lritain dur.nit the pant year r-nch-d ,iSS7,(K-0 baI-3,
against l,:j.O)') in 15o3. and 1,415.000 in ImJ.!, while the
estimates for the current year nre et down at from 2.00,000 to
3.000 000 .hairs. Thi.i inrr-ae it exiMjrtd fr'm the KaSt, as
the blockade of the touthertj fxrt. dome weks apo, was
acknowltMcd by Knpliih vrrt. to : much ni.r" riirid than
ever before, while at Sjmj, the chirfdij- t for blockade
ruriner. we are t 'A Vi'-rv i a smpeniin of buii.t.s thi
vessels leaving lir oth-r emiloym-it. From Texas it U
"otM that lire may le .n.r Cotton rv.ivel. Iut ti
arr'eate qoanttty frotu this source is txjected to le kss in
1S05 than in Z-A.
It Is highly probaM that thi mptnre of ?s,vnnn and the
Hupp I the P-ak' at Wiltiiitoii. a ill have an important
bearing on the forricn niarkers. If. as n'iirt-d. our liuvtrn
ment has secured thirty o-ld thoutaud hal-s of Cotton at S i
vannah. it U qu.tr likely that a l ire- prrx-rtion will go to
Liverpool, thus unexj-cte.ily ctitri' utmg to the i-'rititli .: !y,
anti f.r.intf tic t- a l.wr rutir.-. Nor is it iroprobilde th:U
this amount may he earty augmciite.1 by the rapture of c.tton
at C Lories tor. or Wilmington, and by the pi inters frwarding
their storks to the newly capture! port for sal--. Combining
these prosprets, it woui.l apfnr in a certain Jree prf..lbli
tha?, at no il:tant day. we may not only have an abundance of
Cotton ft.r Vme consumption, at cheajn-r pricta, buteuouch t
spar ( r England t iocre.is; her In.leTednesia to the United
States." and hus rev. rse the currerd of Gold between the two
countries. In this connection, we may add, that copnidera'ile
shipments of Cotton are now twin niad- t- Liverpool, to the
relief r.f fi.rein K (changes. .V. Y. Shipping List.
For WitowaaD Port.-i per KiTauea. Slonday.
For Ha FkiM'.vrn per W hi-iler. July Ti.
For Posttand, i;i per A. A. r.ldrxlge. about July 25.
Fur Kahilci jr ivamoi, 0 A. SI. tliU muruiug.
PORT OP IIOIIOIsUIsU. II. I.
IS Am ctij pt r ship Var Hawk, I'uabar, 14 diys from
15 Am c'ipper "ship Fair Wind, Taylor, 30 days from
1! Topsail schr Nahiet.aena, Irving, from M jlokai.
15 Kr.jj yatht Themis, Ilanhanu frf ta Moiokai.
15 4H:hr Helen. Kinney, from Molekal.
1 N l.r K ilania. JIeliih. from Kohala.
6 trur Annie l-auri. .litchell. from Kotoa.
1" Schr Nettie Merrill. Fountain, fr.u Lahaina.
1 J S br Ka Md. Witt ur. from Kahului.
VI Urttish clipper htp Golden Wet, Jowttt, 32 dys
CC Schr Active. K.ipu:b'. fiom Kol-a.
lO svt r Mot KeiKi. Napela, fr. m Kahnlu?.
1 Chilean hdtk M.ua.lor, lUruu-n, 4t days from
. Ci Slrair ' r Annie LauriV MilcheH, f r in KuSmA.
22 3cr Helen. Kinney, from Molokni.
chr Lcehne, Crane, from Kona, an 1 Kj.
Jaly li S.-hr M.i Koiki. NaiK.I., for K.ihu'ui.
Is Premei. bark Brema. for Amor Kiver.
15 .hr M;inuokwai. Marchant. far Kahului.
. 13 Schr M iry. Mka. lVr Anahol .
17 llaw'n brig Mi ruing Star, f r Micron-sia and rruNo.
17 rtmr Ktlauea, McGrtgor, f-r Windward l'orts.
17 Nrhr Kilama, M.-l!idi. f..r Kohalo.
17 pchr ll -len. Kmney. f..r Moinkai.
, l Er:g ya- ht Therms, llaiihar.i, r l.a!iaina.
la Topsail schr Sahtt naetw. Irti ig, f r llilo.
1ft stmr Annie Laurie. Mitcfieil. f.r K.-I'-a.
1 Am KrW V. V. JIurray, IVnnett. for San Frncic.
19 Am cliper ship Fair Wind, Taylor, for Baker "a
21 Schr Mo. Keiki. X ireU. fi r K ,l.uUri.
21 Schr Active, Kupu.ih , f jt Maaiaea Uy.
21 Schr Mary, for Hih.
21 Am clipptr ship War Hawk, Tunhar, fur McKe.-us
V ESS K LS I M'O IIT-J I" L. Y 2 2.
Kn!is!i clipper -hip tijiden West, Jewet?.
Chilian bark 3i:tfadcr.
Ilts'n bark K n:eh meha V., Cunt.ingham.
Au bar Whit.er, laty.
Ana bark A. A. EMridge, Wiliiams. .
Hr-.g ifcil. Zieynhirt.
From HjNC.aosii per Got len Wist, July i 26S3 pkps
sstd cruise, t Achuck.
fcrr S5 Farts per U V. M array, July Id 60 bacs
(9000 lbs) rice. SJS bbis (24270 .a'o) tr'i!ases, 4.T1 keijs and 1
bM (517449 that scir ir. 3J0 baU. (J67'.'5 Ib) pulu. 2 baps (I2"J
rm) coffe. al00 tc-1.
Tata of tvimcstlc Tr -duce. f 44,8.n 67.
For Anooa Eirxa per Brema. July l I ca (3i3 lbs' arrow,
root, 4 ca mdse. II ba'.ea (H.1 d) r- 1" l'W beef. 32 k'gs
(4V44 lt) awgar. 41 bwWa (191 ) l4) lolaioso, J04 hf scks Cour.
Valoe i-X Iome:ic ri-.'.iuco. s40 14.
Tarneef Forelert Frodace, 14.022 05.
For Vu't.btt-ytr Morning Star. July 17 6" cs md.
14.1 es good and stores. T-3 tt ls in, Z t-b!s beef, 1 bbl pork, 4
Vlae cf Itnesti: Pn.!-e, 15J 0
Value of I'. rt ii Irm!ui-e. o.Ool W
for CaaiiH's l-ri..ir per F.ir Wind. July ) 79X) ft Cam
ber, sniaglev, 220 id- ton and siaa.hes, 2 k t .l,l.n
a ad fiunitare.
n;n- cf IWt Ft.'dnce. fl M.
Value of Foreign rro-tuce. f-7 tU.
Fcr WtMWatt rocT- is-r Kliau-a. Ja!y 17 Miss ller.nctti
Sith. A Fjmandr artd 1 i'ter. Mrs iJinib. M M G wer, J
Jllalstcad. Mr Wee I. II Lorrlenhay. F Peckly. E Lowers. I
Perberst. S C Spaldicg 12 cahtn and oO deck paj.jcr.gers.
For P5 F an ctsro per 1. C. Murray. July 19 Mr and
Mrs I Bartlctt and 3 chielr. n, Mrs 11 Coma ell. Mrs S:-aa. Mr
and Mrs G E Bock with. Mr and Mrs G-tile and family. 51 rs
ILchards, ca ll an 1 servant. Mr and Mrs H Bir.ghtru. M i
Uodfrry. Mm Hattie Castle, J , uiida. K W Pt try. J Frir.ce,
J Smith, r, Clark. C Cam.v. C Ca inco, O 1 Lacrrt, C
Clemettr. K G tmimers. A W Carter 33.
Frora Sasj Frai rt' per War Hak, Ju:y 15 A S Ox
horn. Capt K W ti p 2.
For EAXra'i IsLaso per Fair Wind. July 19 C.ipt K W
i-,,. if AaorMH iwr Morning Star. July 17 Ucv r. G Snow,
wife : -ri S cMIJreo. Kcr i ILUI, J S Km.!, -Mr Maka
Kikl Wife S.
From Uo..K05J-perOolden West. Jn'y 19-G-olt I owers.
AtlZ Fakf.. Ahoo, ALctt. AhchocS. AV.u-13 c.no d
29 erase. .
AttT-Atthe Queen'i noiip sal. Eichard H
,ars. a name of the Island of Kelrra
AHy, a;rd C7
! Commercial Advertiser.
SATt'RDA Y, JI I.Y
L"mer an ActetyleJ An Act t iitvi nr. the
fpr.'aJ uf 1' pronv," pa.-j-U during t!. la-t i-s-ii.di
cf the Iygialature, th; vist-acT'-? who control ul
f.tirH in the Hawaiian Inlands arc xir, l j w-rk
Id b.ive the nation. " All that has he n d.r:e
h'.r-it-iC-jTO i-i as nthin, cjiiijireJ with th: great
i:iinl-: rial rue-asur; which was hruj:!it ahout hy
exciting the alarm and pan-l-rin t ) the j r-ja-(Iir-s
of th; j.iihlic. His Kxcell'-noy the Mini-tt-r
of Finanor stated on the fl jor of the Convent in :
' Fr rn 0,00"J. tr e J. o'.r.'.icn had fa':'.en i!ow to tOs 0, ar.d
every diy the race was La.-ietiiu' to the gravs. Awful d.s-.a-s
were uiidermifn: g the exi'.eii jf the batiori. atid the Qu-en's
H si ittl. m r.un.e:.t i.f th'.T V je -ii'b and of Ii;S !a:e M.i;-'j's
char ty, :is t'-tv ri:.g fvr i'hi,; of funds, and cm.M h ir'i.y :ic
C'pom.ul.ile half th" y atiente. As it;-CiT ' f li.ir 1! .ar 1 of l'uh
hc I u.st ruction, he had had in his hand a few weeks at" a re-l-rt
s'.atir.jf th. rnc el,;: In ri of elevn years ti ere uri.'ihl-to
a:te:.d 'r:)e 9..,. ling nick from v-n real i3iea-es ; The
1 'i.'.d of ! w.is t eavy on the peepj,.. Were those n ils th r-.-fu.tsff
the C'on't.tution c f 1-C.2? No! Cut the Coi.-tituti. ri,
if it did t.ot create the etil, diil not provide the r-t:.-dj. F'-r
years aiid years the KejK r.s of the Ministers had contaii.ed mjjt
gestw.n.s car fuily cor.s:der-d ai I practically mud-", and th'.te
sujesiiocis had t-een disregarded, ar.d th ivporU treated uj
mere waste p.ir."
Conscfiuently, although the Constitution of
IS' 2 had not been the cau.e of th; rapid tlecreaso I
of the population, yet it had stood in the way cf
measures to arrest the causes which led to the de
crease. But now under the new Constitution,
'pugeition3 carefully considered and j.ractically
made," are being carried out, confjuently the
caurses will b' checked and in time cease to exist.
One of the measures id the Act to prevent the
Kpread of the leprosy. We have lx-en told that a
person is now on tho inland of Molokai for the
purposo of tvlevting a -suitable locality, to whi?h
all lepers are to N; banished. Another rt'iHirt snya
that they will he put into a valley on thin inland.
The word leprosy carries with it the idea of
.something dreadful. What is the disease in these
inlands stjled Chinese leprosy? In conversation
with thoee who have seen cases of it, men of in
telligence, educated physicians in two instances,
we have been told that it is not a fatal dioase,
and moreover, that they did not consider it either
contagious or infections. If it is, why are patit-nts
treated for it in the (Queen's Hospital? We have
heard that the father of Queen Emma had the
disease for twenty years, and neither his w ife nor,
daughter ever had a symptom of it. Instances
are known where one or two laborers on our
plantations may have the disease, djing their duty
well, and not conveying the disease to other labor
ers. ' Another striking fact is that there are very
different diseases in appearance that are called
leprosy, and yet there has not been found a case
which answers to the description of leprosy in the
medical works, and there are skillful physicians
among us who say that there is no leprosy in the
islands. It is the opinion of some that we have
spoken with that the cutaneous aGVetions which
have been called by the nam' are various modifi
cations of syphilis or scrofula, which although
difficult of cure, or incurable, are by no means
dangerous to life, and although spreading some
what among the natives, cannot te checked in the
way jroposi.l by separation from the rest of the
lie this as it may, are there not great objec
tions to the proposed plan ? (irant that the dis
fcrise is Ieprc-y, and that it is contagious and in
fectious, and that they are all to be placed on tho
is'aud of Molokai. The first thing to be done is
to Cnd the infected jersons. This in custs where
the eruption is on the face may perhaps le de
tected, and a few hundred cases be recognized,
but a multitude of other cases will le concealed,
and will remain to propagate the disease in the
neighborhood. Hundreds of csis.s have traveled
over the islands ami left the seeds everywhere
among the peoj.le to break out anew in due time
in 8uliicient numbers to people the whole of Molo
kai, it is reasonable to suppose very much to the
annoyance of His Majesty's subjects who have
settled upon that island. After being ,,nec col
lected according to. the third section of the Act
as follows :
?ect:om3. The Hoard oflJ-a'.th rr its npents are anthor-iz-d
and r.ijwiwered to cuiise to be isolated and confined in some
place or places for that purpose . rovid.il, ad leprous patients
)lw shall la: deemed capable of spreading the disea-e of h prosy,
and it rhal! be the duty of tvt ry Police or I'istrict Justice, when
properly applied to f. r that purpose ' " the l'.i i-.rd of liralt'i, Ar
i:s auO.orirtd agents, to cause to he arre-it-.d and delivered to the
l'oard of Health or its a-nts. any rort allseed to be a I-jkt,
within the jurisdiction of such Police or I'irtrict Justice ; and
it sha'.l ba the duty of the Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands and
his iK-pulics, ami of ti.e Police ofl:cT. to a-:.-t in s-vurinf: the
conveyance of any person sj arrested, to such place as tho oard
of lb aith 5r its ajjei.ta ir.ay !ir c;. iu erd'-r that ;uch pi rmi
may lie sulj-cted tJ mi'.Ii.-.il iiisj-ctin, and thereafter to assist
i:i removing suc!i rsoii to a 1 l.ice of treatuicnt. i r isolitiou, If
n re-iuired by the ag nts i f the l'-oard f Health.''
What next? If sent to Molokai, what captain
and crew can the Marshal and his deputies engage
t take them there? The leprosy is not like the
small-pox, measles, whooping cough., mumps,
ecarlet fever and other contagious diseases that,
on entering the human system, p-ass through a
regular course and leave the patient out of danger
from another attack. And if the disease is con
tagious, what justice would there be in compel
ling a captain and crew to take them on board ?
Suppose, however, that there is a power in the
iiovernment sufficient to collect together all cases
of this disease, compelling them to leave their
homes, families aud their employments, no matter
under what contract to labor, and go to Molokai,
tho ipuestion arises, will they remain there, or
will they have to be guarded, lest in some evil
hour they should steal away to other parts of the
inland and infect the whole? It is very well
known that it is not the nature of the natives to
eit still in one place, they are to the contrary
continually on the move.
Let us suppose there are five hundred of these
poojle, a reasonable c.-timate for the present
time, to be taken to Molokai. How are they to
live? All the families broken up, are the men
and women to be thrown together or separated?
If the former, a much worse state of affairs will
be produced, and greater ro.-ulu follow than now
exit ; if the latter, a most vigilant guard will 1?
required, especially at night. A resident physi
cian and manager will of course be provided
with suitable buildings for their accommodation,
and of course fine airy accommodations must he
supplied for the five hundred patients more or
lose, and suitable food and medicines must he
supplied, and all this out of the appropriation
farniiod? After looking the matter over care
fully, it seems to us that the Ministers themselves
do n jt consider it contagious. If they do think it
the dreadful disease which this act was pa.-.-ed
to enable them to combat, why is it that since
the third of January last, the day of its ap
proval, nothing ha-s been done by them but to
talk over and publish the matter, to no possible
end, but to deter emigration from California and
NOTKS or Tin: WI'.KK,
I r IaI:H tjy tuK Mol:M.; J TAR. This Vessel
-aih-d u Monday afternoe.ri for Maud-, to the
southward aiid w.-tward. The I,cv. I". fj. .-ue.vv.
wife and two cbi'.ihen. saih-d in her for IJio n. Mar
shall I-'.ar.d. ti resume missionary labors there,
llev. J. Hall also left "m her, hoping to get an op
portunity t reach Sydney from some of the islands.
Two Hawaiian".. Mr. K. Maka and wife, went a
missionaries, to b stationed at (Iillert I-laiid.
The Ilev. J. Emerson went i:i the vessel, as dele
gate from t!i- Hawaiian I!oanl. Services in Eng-li-h
and Hawaiian were held at t!ie vessel, previous
to her departure, the Kevereiids S. C. I'aiaon and
J. S. rJ:ueron fticiatin":. We w ish the nu ioii
aries a short and pleasant voyage and success hi
their noble undertaking. 1
'in: Sigai; li.pixKi:v. This institution is ia a
mo.-r ll'.'Uii-hino; condition: we .o judged upt.ti see
ing the faces of .-lock holder, as tbey eniergod
from the ticeuts office, Messrs. Aldrich. Walker
Co.. and a.-c ei tained upon asking tlie cause of such
a shortening of faces, that they had received u
dividend on both the old and new, or preferred
stock, amounting to one and two-fifths percent, per
month on the old. and two and two-fifths per cent,
per month on the now a very good investment.
As soon a other stock companies commence pay
ing dividends, we suppose that necessary institu
tion, a stock board, will be established with its
menagerie of bulls and bears, x
KiVALs nioM China. Wednesday afternoon,
the English clipper ship UnUlcn TPcs-f arrived from
Hongkong after a very short passage of thirty-three
days, having passengers and freight for this place,
and the Chilean bark MaUnlor in forty-two days
from Macao, with coolies, en route for Calhio.
P.y letters received by the G. H'., we learn id the
arrival of Dr. Hillebrand and family in Hongkong.
June 12th, in good health, t
Not tiik Hai.i. Pox. On Monday last. Dr. Ro
bert McKibbin, Jr., was sent post haste to Hauliw.ti,
Kailua, on this island, to see a native named Kaili
anu. who was reported to have broken out with
tnall-pox. which on examination however proved
to be the chicken-pox, of which several caes ex
isted at the time of the doctor's visit. Jsoiue little
anxiety was evinced by natives and foreigners until
the truth was made known.
From the San Francisco Lulktinwe clip the
following noiice :
" At K:incho de Guymas. near Guymai. Mexico, May 14,
Capt. W. H. Vincent, formerly or Honolulu, ri. I."
This may refer to C. W. Vincent, formerly of
this city, but we have heard doubts expressed in
2" Mr. Achuck. a merchant of this place, re
turned in the i'nAibo W'rst. from China, bringing a
fiae a-soitinent of China goods, and some twenty
Chinese laborers for the Woonsing plantation on
ee. Tlie .-1 i Liiurle returned lo this port last
Sunday, having experienced very roiitrh weather at
Kohia. ICauai. She lost an anchor and chain, and
barely succeeded iu getting to sea.
That Coal. The pnal stored on Robinson & Co's
wharf. wa discovered to be on fire again on Sun
day last. It has been removed to the Esplanade,
and spread out, so as not to be over three feet deep.
Ti(K Si liooxia: 1'mn. This vessel hiii been i i
the hands of .Messrs. D. Foster A Co. some days
past, and has been completely overhauled and her
rig altered to that of an hermaphrodite brig.
'if We learn that Mr. Achu. formerly a partner
in the hmse of Chuntr-lloon V Co. of this city,
diet! ia Macao on the Isth April, of dropsy.
FiriK .Ai.AiiM.s. Two fire alarms have been sound
ed ihe past week, one fro hi Kadinakapili and one
fit.ia l'alama. very trilling damage done.
Tiik Yacht Tiij.mis. This vessel sailed again on
Tuesday afternoon fr ?.laui.
Mr:. lhiiToit: The last mail brought to these
Nlands sniib coj.ii'.s of a pamphlet of twenty-font
pages, entitled "The Hawaiian Islands as Devel
op, -d by Missionary Labors." by Kev. Audrew 1.
l'eabody. 1. D., it being a republication of the
article from the " Dostidi Keview" h-r May, 18t;r.
Dr. l'eabody is a Professor ni Harvard I'niversity,
a man of ripe scholarship and pure Christian char
acter, being in religion what is called an Orthodox
I if.taiian. The following is an extraet from the
above pamphlet, a w hich :i page 22. speaking of
tlie establishment of tin- Kefonued Catholic MTs.-i.-.n
at these I-lands. Dr. JVabudy says:
These men of lofty apostolic lre:ensions have
taken precisely the course which might have been
anticipated, and will undoubtedly succeed in cre
ating schism and animosity among the native Chris
ti.tu. They ignore the ministerial charac ter and
office of the American Missionaries. They avail
themselves of every opportunity of baptizing chil
dren, without reference to the ecclesiastical rela
tions of the parents. They have established the
most showy and Rome ward-tending modes of wor
ship, 'with surplice and stole, with alb and cope
and crosier : with rochet and mitre, and pastoral
staff: with Episcopal ring and banner; with pic
tures, altar-candles, robing--, intonations, proces
sionx and attitudes. Meanwhile Ilishop Sialey has
been preaching the most extreme and offensive
doctrines of Lis party in the church, doctrines dia
metrically opposed to those taught by the mission
aries, patri.-tical tradition, baptismal regeneration,
the gift of the Holy Spirit in confirmation, confes
sion f the priest, and priestly absolution. At the
same time he has stultified himself, while he has ro
doubt mystified his seriotn hearers, and encouraged
ihu uu'levout in the desecration of holy time, by
declaring that Sunday is most falsely and mis
chievously called the Sabbath." and iutkuating that
the daily service of the church and the nbsvrvan. e
of its solemn festivals fitly supersede the special
reverence with which the people had been taught
bv the missionaries and rcpiired by the law of the
land to regard one da- in seven, lie has stultified
hhti-olf. we say. for. unit s the high church has
(ha;iied all this." the precept. Keniembei- that thou
keen holy the Sabbath day." is read con-tantly i.i
the nnte-cor.:inunion service. Aviih the response,
Lord, have mercy upon us. and incline our hearts
to keen this law. If Sunday l 'mo.-t falsely and
r.iis-.hievou-ly called the Sabbath." to what observ
ance be this portion of the Knglia liturgy have
reference? Or d-es F.i-hop Stalky require his ad
herents, in the most sacred service "f the altar, to
perf.-rm an act of solemn mockery, to offer a prayer
which is arrant blasphemy, to b.-g of dlvit.e m'-rcy
th.it thev may be inclined to practice f.:l.-i-iiool
and mi-chief:' Candles at no. nday are a harmless
folly ; this is gross impiety. We have spoken
freely and w armly of thi intrusion, but w e believe
that we have said no more than candid Episcopal
ians wiuld readily admit anil endorse. Tor the
English . baron and its American sister we cherish
all tide reverence, gratitude add affection : and be-cau-e
we feel thi-. we can not think or write with
easy tolerance of the .-Jilted and popinjay carica
tures of ? solemn order and nrtjeitie ritual.' x
i or rcMpomlr iir'(
I'mtli States T.fcsth-s. (
Honolulu, Ju'.v 14, 1SC.
Capt. Thtii. II. H.TTiham .-
My Pkak Sir : It is with pi-of .r.r 1 r-ret I learned ihii
orie f y .ur whiie t'lr;". a salute from yrmr yacht. tl:-
oa the ,v. r iu. ra-r.b fourth, tic a'.niv.rry i
Aiu-ric.t!i I:i t. !- ::c-. w.-,s s- ri- uly ou::d. .1, tsitSj; t!C
grv:r p .rti--u t ". ci hi ha?.ds.
Sil". eisa-:i.'y, l.oev-r. I have ! an', th.it he has pa-s-.d ad
d .!. r. ar. i !;,. 1:1 jr-ce.-s of rapid recovery. W:il e.u
a'.;-)v ia to a,k the ftvor that you wi'.l ex; r-s-. to .he mau for
me, n.y ?.:K"cre m ief t h.s li-.-, aiid e.xa-st -wbh (or his rapid
r-CoVery ar.d latere wcli.irv.
iy t- w e:t. !. ia H-no'u!d. wiih their usual prmptness
an-i i;:ick n:i.itLi t.c impulses, are, thr-.uch a rcn'mittre, c"l-1-i-tiii
a fuad f:ora U.e Aruericitss. ito which I h id the h r t
su'-scr.b-; f- r the heti-fi: ot the d.-.iMed man.
I:i t.h:s e.,n!iecu .n :.l-o, aliovr me both for niy M!' vU -'ns
an! mys-!f, .o .-xpresa our hii;h appreciati-m of the roai.'j and
lioeral spirit w!.:c!i pn u.pt i the rather uio:-u.l extent of
c-jurttsy, which y.-u n.ai i:Vs:rd i:i so beautifiiliy and tastefully
i!-Tort;ti yi-ur yacht fcr that 'lav, and ia f.r:i: tiio iialiot.al
Ar.d 'n their behalf ar.d f.r myself, I leg to tender yea our
he-.iri e-"- thar.ks.
ith very prc-at ro-iH-'ct,
I h ive tlie hi.-r to be. Sir.
Your ot" dlv:il s rv:,nt.
J amps McPRins.
U. S. M. it.
sciiooNF.R Yacht Tufit:v, ;
Honolulu, July 2e. 1 "' )
My Phar Sip. : For your very k"i'id letter cf the 14. h SA'cept
n y wnrmest thai ks. With rcfervr.ee to tt.e liberal d-inAtion I
have ju-t rcctiv.l, and to which you su'-scritH d. I wid only ob
s .-rve it is an-.thtr ar.d mcst plCHSini; exhihition of that kmdnes.s
and sympathy which I trust will evi r "subsist between the two
preat repr-'seutativn of the Ar.uio-S.ixon race. I only r-pret
that the sniaU aiaoui.t of f-i.-'.ir.ir able to be expressed by tleco
rttin i:iy y acht and firitij; a -alut in honor 1 the anniversary
of American Independence, should U' rather utiusii.il," for I
hold it to be a day of rejoicing to the railUhuien of the present
ajre. f'-eoiid only to that of an American citizen. Had the re
sult of that glorious stru'le been other than it was. it wotSd
have retarded th caue of Civil and Religious Liherty over the
whole Weil l, fir whi-.-h. there is no more earnest advocate than.
My dear sir.
Your very obedient servant,
Thos. B. Hasuam.
To FrceUncy Jamts UcBride, I'nittd StatfS Minis
ttr tirsiiltnt, Honolulu.
Kosebams, July 8, 1S65 5 P. M.
Mr I'sar Captaim IIanhaai : I iry you to accept, for
William lAmnan, disubli-d in llrit.cr a salute on the Fourth of
July, my inclosed cheque hr 0o. f.nd upply the amount in the
way tl.at you tuty ccm-Uh r most cmcIu) to him.
I an, glad to hear that several Amer:ci.n have preceded me
ia such a manifestation of sympathy f r that Ilritish sailor. It
please me to follow their lead in so good a cause and it pleases
uie Ftill more to assure you that I remain.
My der Capt. liauhaci.
Ybura ever truly,
It. C. Wti.uk.
Cuptain Thoma H. Tfaithtttn, R. JV".. owntr of the Themis,
Cult ty? tit Kiny Kanuhumiha III., totiini Palace.
Palace, llonnlulu, July 11, lS'i5.
My Dpar Mr. Wvllik : Your most liberal donation to poor
Purman has caused very deep and iot cere feelings of gratitude
from him. which he is just now only able to express through
inc but I hope you will allow me, whilj thankine you ia his
name, to say how much I apptociate the rctil kind feelinjr which
has led yea ia such a way to show your sympathy for what lias
li'iturully been a cause of anxiety and sorrmv to all conCc'riied.
A'.thoirh 1 know 1 tn-cd not tell you that so far as worldly
prospects, it will alwnys l o my csre to provide for, an.l enable
him to fetd as little as may U- the iff-cts of the accident which
has belaih if hun, stU it is none the less grateful to me to know
that one whom I have had p. much r-asou to respect and ad
mire duri:; my st.-iy iu these itl.iniia, feels for and with me iu
this matt' r, by so delicaitt a:;d generous an expression of inter
est and friendship.
I am uie you will I.? clad to h arn liurmnn is prcgressine as
favor.-sbly a3 p..ssibo. Ho is now allowed to take a little more
nourishment an.l f.' u't. Api.iu t.': tnkiiiit you for this, and all
your eiicour.iirinc kindness atel hospitality to me and mine,
I am, my dear Mr. Wyllie.
Yours very laithfu'ly.
Thos. B. Hanram.
To Hi Excellency R. V. Wyllie, Ac, c, i(C., Rostbank.
2Jc:aS mtsaic For Siile !
in yiA noxopor, iiamakita
r.o.v, i:st 3i.iri.
A TltACT !' I. tM) rOXTAIX-
...!! injr lo'.-i acres; it h;is a never failing stream of
JL-ils. wat-.T lunniriir tlunuidi it; is well a.l ipted for the
cultivation ( Coffee. t'oUmi or Arrowroot; there is A 4 feet 6
inch Water Wheel ar,d all the necessary apparntus for making
arrowrM.t; 20 by lt frame dwelling Kou.se and a native house.
Title fee sim; U", and clear from any iiiruniberaures. Possrssion
given immediately. Apply Ky letter or personally to
P. P. Said land will be snM a bargain. 4T3-3t
TIIK HOl'SK AM) PKRMISESIX
TJ Nuuauu Valley, latoiy occupied hv I. PART- 2j2$
I.KTT, K-.i. The lot "has a front of 10S feet rn
Nuuanu Street, and extends buck li0 feet; it ts well laid out
and ptoekeij with Fruit Trees in full bearing. Ornamental Trees,
Plants, and Shrubbery. The1 House contains a Parlor, "Uininp
hoom, three lieil Hoi.ms, Pantry, Store-room, Iresdnjr and
Clothes P.oom, with Cook-houe and Bath room adjoining;
C;irriai;p, Ssble and Fowl-house in the yard, a Dry Cellar, M0
feet squire, under the main huil.ling. Water laid on. For
terms iippl V to
47S-11U II. A. T. CARTER.
n-. ONE HALF OF THE
&Lt ZrZ Int. red oi the Estate f LA' A- gTflfc
LI.-ALKI. su.-ated at Waijw.
. .. t- The estate comprises some Kijrh- r
t"eii T'h.u-:iii 1 Acres f ioml (iiazini; Laml, Fift'en Huiiilred
II -a I of Cattle, a fe- ti.x.d Horses, and Three Hundred and
Fifty Hea l of Sheep.
Also the Lot i.f Land -itcafed at the corner of Nuaanu and
Little (ireeowieli Sts.. iic.r the second bridge, formerly occu
pied 1'V Paul Maiiini.
Ft further particulars apply ta
47S-li:i CiKO. GAI.IUtAirn.
Ton Dollars Rtiwarrt I
STOLMVi .tX AMI'ItlCAX IM'XTIXfJ
CASF.D SILVKR WATCH, n plain smooth case, No.
vjj n":;32 oa t!;e plate, it is also numbered in the c;ie
HapO. Made ly Api'.c'oii. 1'racy A: Co.. American Watch
Coinoiny. The inai.ils H. P. 15. arc engraved on the Lack in
t Id Herman text.
Any person iinJint; tho above described Watch, will obtain
the above reward, by leaving it at A. I. Cart wril.t's Store
Honolulu: or E. P. A !.fus Store. Lah.iina.
lTs :;t II. P. I1ALDWIX.
A 5, S, 1 : A: W A Y .
Will cptii.in-.-it th. li'-niTii Merehandi.-o- and Shipping busintss
at the above ort. .chert- they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Kav aihae I'otaKj'-s, ar.d .such other re-cru.t.-t
as are reouireo by whale ship at tile shortest notice
and on the most reasonable term. 47i-ly
FSRE WOOD Ora HATtSD.
lixix(;s ron ckstkifukals.
fOR SALE RY
1 473 -ot C. BREWER A- Co.
CHEMICAL OLIVE SOAP
lOR SAL E RY
3 47- C. BREWER k Co.
fOR SALE RY
C. BREWER & Co.
TIOR SALE lil
C. BREWER Jk Co.
TOll SALE 11 Y
C. BREWER 4: Co.
hutch i:i: waccoxs
iik sal:: ry
C. BREWER i; Co.
OR SALE 11 Y
C. BREWER Co.
PILOT 11 HEAD
;ruR SALE RY
C. BREWER A Co.
OR SALE U Y.
C. BREW ER t Co.
HICKORY SUA UTS
JN THE KOI GH.
Fir Sale bv
C. BREWER A Co.
OR SALE BV
C. Bit EWER A Co.
HOIt SALE RY
C. BREWER A Co.
ST OR SALE 1H
C. BREWER A Co.
J7HIR SALE RY
C 47 s-
C. BREWER A Co
170R SALE Ri
C. BREWER Co.
500 GASES KEROSENE OIL !
for ! b.
i tHFWFR 4 Co.
i:. HOri'.MA.N'X. -M. l.s
,,.t..' i" . ' i",ir" 'T OU'en and Ksa
Phv.'icUti -u S.ir, ::. Muk'-e "" -." rv--
i.atli.ltCa street. -"
II. HACI.rKl.ll -V .
U-.:cral C,mt..:.ion A.-nts. lMictutu,
0..:a.S. 1. . . . . .1
W. N. LADD,
t.-f. rter ml D-:.:er ia Hiarit, CrrLKur. MKCnANK.
1 I !,, Aa'l A-aKict'i-Tt'BA i. Imposts, tor street. Hoao
. , J
i;. r. snow.
IMl'OKTLU AND DEA1.EH IN ilKSKSAL M KKC1IANPISK,
Honolulu. Onlin. ,,'' 47ly
7v. s r.-Lr.' th.c.helck
Von HOLT -V II CCC Iv.
(;.,3..rai Comm;si-n Merchant. Hc-ti-da-a. Oaha, g. I.
Deal-Tin llenera Mer".!.at.d.se, lUlo. Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recru.tsat the shortest notice, on reasonable tern..
ItiiU of exchange waia.-d. ' ? .
ALHX. J. C AKTWKH-HT,
V'.mrrassion M.'rchnnt atbl Ucuerat Shippia Agct.t, Honolulu
Oahu, H.I 4i!"1?
J. V VI OX. (JKKKX & CO.,
Cotatn:M.vi Merchants rt.-Proi.-f P.uilJir.ps. Q-ieen street.
Honolulu, Air.ll, lsoi). -JTS-ly
j loki:s sT.vri:MionsT,
Agei.t for the Hreuu-n aud Hresden lioard of rnderwriter. AH
averace claims atrainst the snid I'liderwritcrs, occurrinc in
or about this Kiidoui, will have to be certified before him.
C. U. 1.KW KR3.
J. (.. D1CHSON.
IiEWi:iSS At DICKSON.
Dealers in Lumber ar.d Building Mateiials.Fojt fc't. Honolulu.
BOOT and S HO EM J KER. Hotel street, between Xuuanu
and MaunaKca streets. -I'S-Iy
l. X. FI.1TXEK,
Continues his old business in tlie fireproof bu'Miny Kaahuma
Chronometers rated by observations of thi. iud and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Charts anil nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 478-ly
I C. WATERMAN &. CO.,
COMMISSION M ERCHA S TS.
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishine of funds, purchase and sale of E;hamre. Oil,
Hone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlanp, Jr., ,t Co., New Bed foil
W. O. E. Poi-e, Esq., do.
Mokgan, Stonr : Co. San Francisco.
J. C. Mebrili. ,i Co, do 479-ly
CnAS. R. BISHOP. WM. A ALDRICH
H1SIIOP Ar CO.,
Bankers. Offlce ia tlie east corner of " Makee's Block," on
Kaaliumanu street, Honolulu.
1'raw Bills of Exchan on
The Bask of California.
Messrs CiKlNXKLI., MlXTCRX .V Cel.,
Lkks 4? WAi.t.r.K,
Hknry A. I'ikrck. Esq.,
Frkkmost National Bask. -Okikstal
Will receive deposits. discount first-class business paper, anil
attend to collecting, etc. 478-ly
II A II IT R : II - II 11 V. M I X
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
raitlE L'XDEUSIIJXED, Agents of the above Com
B. pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in aud
For particulars apply at the office.
MKLCHER3 & CO.
Hono.ulu Oot. It. 1857.
1UOM THE A ROVE PLAXTATIOX FOR
sale in (pjautitics to suit by
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
"E71ROM THE A ROVE PLANTATION FOR
i!e in quantities to suit, by
ALDRICH, WALKER & Co.
Ofters For Sale at his
OLD STAND OH THE E3PLANDE!
IXCMI ROl'GH KEDWOOI) ROARDS,
ml A-;orti-i! Ileiiwoinl rs'antling,
Toiiued an.l Grooved Redwood Boards,
Surf ice Pl.itied, 1. 11, It and 2 inches.
A'OltTM WEST l.U.llHEK.
The ITMtnI Assortment of Hoards, Scant-
line, iVc, cVc.
REDWOOD SHAVED t-HINftLE., .
REDWOOD SAWED SHINGLE?,
Doors, Window Sash, Nails, kc, &c.
FOR SALE LOW. 473 -Im
J. K. RiciiAitrcs.
Richards & McGraken3
STAVING REEV P.NGACKI) IX OUR PRE
B sent busine.-s for upw:irds of seven e,irs, and being
located io :i fir.: proof briek buildiu;, we are prepared to receive
irid dispo-e of I-!rnd stsples. such ns Sutrar. Ricb. S nip-', Pulu,
Coffee, &.C, to udvtiU);e. Coiihif-nm-'nts t--peci:illy solicited
for the Oregon nirirk'-t. to which person-il nt!e:ition will be paid,
and upon which cj-h advances will be niHde when required.
Sas Francisco Rkfk.kencks:
Chis. W. P.r.toks Co., Bidder & LindnU-rj;cr,
J. C. Merrill A; Co., Jys. Pitrick A Co.,
Fred. Iken, W. T. Coiem-tn i: Co.,
Stevetis, Baker & Co.
Po I'.T L A S U R K F K it B N"C K s :
Allen .t Lewis. L:dd A: Tilton. Ix-onard & Gre-n.
Aldrich, Walker K Co., S. S.ivid0e.
ON HAND ami FOB SALE!
Best Patent Asphalt UOOFIXU FELT,
DIRECT FRuM THE M A N U F A CT V H E RS IN BELFAST.
VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLE FOR ALL
A'.VJS OF ROOFS. For a de by
47S-;!m J ANION. C.REEN A Co.
11((K SALE RY
A 47S am
J AN ION, GREEN A Co.
Hemp Canvas and Wire Rope !
57OR SALE RY
1 47S 0m JANI0N, GREEN ic Co.
S$c:sais :nil IEoii.nc Coal!
flN LAItliF. OR SMALL O.UAXT1TIES.
For p-'.le 1-v
JAN'ION, GREEN A Co.
Per Clipper Ship War Hawk,"
A R PER'S W EEK LV. May 27 .Iu:.e 310.
Leslie's We'-k'y. May "J7 hi:.e ?, 10.
Ney Vork Ti ibur.e. May HO 27 dune 3.
" Times, M.-iy"-J0-J7 June;;.
" W.r; 1, Msv l'i 21 June d.
" I- lg-.r, .lane 3.
London Ii!ustr:te.i News, May 6 1?. CO.
Pnnrh. May 6 13 CO.
Di-i au-h, Mjv 714 21.
?.:i Friticis.-i Bi'.et.n, J i:.e CI Ju'y 1.
icr'tmi-tito I'liie-n, June -J4.
lieiui iu I'tCif.-i i--, June CI CS.
scientific Atr.eiioin. May Co C7 June 3.
K- rn-y"s press, Mny C'J C7 I use 3.
New Y. r'ii Iiei-p' ndent. Uy i Uo June I.
Bei;.jri Jri.ri..i., Miy Is Jo .Iur;e 1.
Leslie's f r Jar.-.; G-d-y's for July; KeP'ttic for June;
Ch.'im l ei's Journal for A ril;
Wertmir.ister f .r A i ri'.; Ldinbureh for April;
LiUel!. lO.i.i lO'rfO.
1IIAVE APPOINTED Mr. Thomni Shiel,
bv power cf Attorney, to act for rr.e dcrinr ra v ahuence
frm this kiP?.lom UODFREV KH0DL3.
Kf f CiJLOl'KS !
a mterioi: aiItici.e OK I, .4 DIE V
J AND (.il.NTLEMKN S
AVIiito, Colored Black Kid (.loves!
For sale by
JJ It- F. LHLi:it..
CHOICE LOT KECE1VEO THIS DAY,
and for sale hy
laM.LES 4; CO.
F.xtra Fine 1'ilot Ifrrad.
RECEIVED THIS D.lV per " W l i-I Ir-r,"
For sale by (476-3t) B01 LES A CO.
A Carriitije Elorwr, perfectly kind and
J -1 er in eitlit-r 1 unit ir miller thf h ldl Kti-
OOLONG TEA,00L0NG TEA.
br nndrmiKiiril hnvo jiiMt r-rei"l front
China via San Irancisco, per lark W HIsILt.K, a
very Superior Article of Oolong' ToaI,
in 5 lb, "i !b. and 1J ft boe, and which will be found veiy
suitable for family uses. CHl'NCiHiXN & CO.,
47d-4t. " Nau.inu trcet.
XEVVTOX'S Xi:V YORK
?S IX r IV 1" O IX ! O l II l 111 H Z
VIA THE 1ST II MI'S.
FEW OF THESE CHOICE II A MS I.rrt
-5a- At the FAMILY GRllCKUV and KKKIl SPidtE.
A. I. I'AKTWKKJHT.
A FRllSII LOT OF
AAro ss t, i li 21 1 i il II 2X 11X M !
l'ST RECEIVED PER " 1IR EM . , AT
the FAMILY GROCERY and FEED STORK.
477-31 A. I). CART WRIGHT.
CAiVAKY HI RIS !
THE REST EVER I.M PORTED
(e.t1 f ! J n.l .it .. n..!
tor t"Hle at
C. FRED. PFLrOER'S?.
Fort Street, nearly opposite Mefcrrs. vonllalt A Hcuck.
CHINA RICE ! CHINA mCETl
CilllCK OH YOU IOSK IT.
TOW IS THE TIME TO LAY IX A SIT
i. 1 ply for your Chinamen.
A Few Thousand Pounds China Kice,
Just Received and For Sale
AT THE FAMILY GROCERY AM) FEED STORE.
477-St A. 1). CA RTWRIGH T.
IV IS W O- O O T S !
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
CAPTAIN S. G EER KEN.
Left RKIMIILY on May oth with an
ASSOBTED CARGO OF (iOODS !
SEhEC'lEI) FOR THIS MARKET.
SAMPLES WILL HE OPENED SHORTLY
AND SALES MADE TO ARRIVE.
47o-5t H. II ACKFELD At Co.
THOS. J. PotLTKKKB, WM. M. RrSPKL, II. ('. DOWMN'O.
JOIMES $c BENDIXEiM,
SAX FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
Wholesale Grocery luciion House !
ESTABLISHED IN 1 80O.
Salesroom, Fireproof RrlcU Ruiltlins, ii,
07 hikI 20!l C'nliroriiirt Mrrel, two dour
.'. I. E DAY3 TfKSDAYS ASD Fill DATS.
CARD. O" Cnuli Aflviim-CM made on Merchan
dise to our consignment for public or private sale, and all
mercantile fKcitities rendered consignors.
Refer by permission to
Messrs. C. L. Itn hakks & Co... Honolulu
O. 1'. JlDD, Esy "
Messrs. Macondbat A. Co San FraneUeo
Fai.knkk, Bkli. t Cn
" Morgan, Stonk & Co "
" Dn K.suN, DeWoif tr Co
Bank or Bkiti.-ii Coi.imh'a "
IYOT1CI2 TO S.1IOSivI:KS !
FEW VERY SUPERIOR
IN BOXES OF J00 EACH.
For S.i'c Low at the Store of
477-3m Corner Berelani l ami Mannakea ?t8.
BHEM& & MUBHAY
g O.OOIt LBS RANGOON RICE
50 Westphalia Hams
Xew Sardines, "White Macaroni
Smoked 15oof, Barrels Cal. Salmon
Andrew's1 Sulaw Tohaco
Nf:wtons New York Ilanis
Oat Meal, Calilwrnia
J 'term "ut8. Cranberries.
FOR SALE AT THE
Family Grocery & Feed Store,
OII FELLOW'S If ALL.
4731ra A. D. CARTWRIQHT.
BE NEW GOODS!!
A SPLEMHIJ LOT OF SILKS !
JUST RECEIVED AND OFFERED FOR
SALE AT REASOXARLE PRICES.
A Well Selected Assortment of
LADIE.-' LASTING GAITER?, I.LACK KID GAITERS.
BLACK AND WHITI'. KID 5LIPPF.R3.
And ft Great Variety of
C li i 1 cl I c 1 1 ' s Shoes,
All of Gool nml Solid Mnkr.
For Sale Low at
C. FRED. ITLirGER'S,
477-ltn Store m arly opposite Me-srs. wjnlioit A Ileuck.
FOR TUB LADIES AT
Tho Store of
C. FRED. PFLUGER,
N. B. -QUICK SALES Ac SMALL PROFITS.
FINE WHITE LACE COLLARS.
Embroidered Cambric :mj Jaconet Collars,
Embroidered Mull Co'.iam,
Ladies' Ejibroidercd Handkerchiefs,
Insertions of Cambric and Muslin.
Liiies Embroid-re Slet-v-s.
Embroidered li-U-ir es, nil widths:
Black and White Euihroideied Coll-iri.
Fine Corded Petticoats,
Jaconet Petti. ats,
SwUs and Bo.ik Mus'.in, Tur'.Ln.ts, hll colors.
A Large Variety of Laces ami other
Dress Trimmings !
White, Black an-1 Colored Kid Gloves,
And raanr other FANCY AHTICLES
UDiiteroua I til rntiun, 4"7 li