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iJTl KDjr. JULY it. 1M.
Ova e.win-relal iilixn fra fart Francisera are la the
2VI atx l'a to that datf, tr.s Panama mail steamer haj Do
wnnJ, ar.d (he Ul-Krapu had not btreu working fur some dsys-Th-re
la do ilotaht, bower rr, that (La latest r-ytt id" war io
Ear-pe ia correct. la its amoeitul artittr, lite Alta of the
Tha ad rent cf war ia Fomr. with its tr:n f eils an!
certain result, will dotahtless hs.e a ry extraordinary effect,
upon the T money. The l"riri-.ii Minuter accuses
Jkiucrw of desiring wr to ewser op Iter Laokruptcy. Italy s
in a tad condition, financially. Armed peace kn cot b-r
d-arly. ass! with aa amply imxir;. sue is t'.rratenrd Ka ofi
of tin rercdatiuas wbica ittai: thrones- The war will cost
tuKiruf suras to all the slates. It will retard rj"oductj.ri and
drasioiso, capital fjeaer-j-'ly lht it, it will pr aluce a higher
rata of intern s;er!.rrs)'iy. T h" effect &f ail war ia to raise the
rats ir im-res. On tttodrrd y-ara airi Conl in London
srrr Uw. whsrw rare 'Ji per out. interest- Io lsdi, after ltn
It years of war. Utr were , wbicti rare tt l cent, interest :
thai la, the raJu of moory Dearly dou'.l-d. In Germany
capital luai hem orroiauntt more freely, arxl f.illinil io value,
nncwUmaaairinK tb nvire extended ilemand for it. A general
war wiU now check th deiiait r industrial cnterriaea, but
coasoan caf ilai more rapidly (or war purpose.
rfce BmllrtiM 4 the same date says :
The Overland lek-grapb coot'rm-s pruvoklnrly reticent. Fi-
twntnal ami coincvrrciai adv ices from the riast are awarte't wilb
BT-at anxiety, and the absence of iu:li intelliirence causes Dutch
speraw ia business eirch-s. The market for Le-al Tenders
remain statoouo the brokers paying 71 and selling at Ti, with
very little doing. At twe Mvk Hoard there were a sale of
frMX U. 8. 7-0 Bomls. Jane issue, at 74. which la a slight
improvement- The ahsence of later news from the Kaat and
Kuirope also has s datnaginif effect on the reneral markets.
TV-re is a pressure Io sell ia some instances, while in others
holders are Inrnnew to await later telegraphic advics before
operatinK. In the aiercbamlise markets some important sales
have brut conunmated, tbe particulars of which will be found
ander the apfs-nririate bead. The pnaluce market are without
deculed cbane, with a fair demand for wheal ft export.
Prrvate leVrrun dab-d New Vork Jane ISta, quote aa ad-
Vance of IMca f cent. In staple cotton goods. Allen s prints
were ejonstd at 2bc and Urondale shirtings at 35c.
Tbe fan Tranciseo market for our (agar arid moUsses was
Tery 4enresse4 and auction sale resulted ia sales at ) to c
lower than previous. We quote from tbe fame aper :
TbS) leading; feature in the jfneral markets to-day was the
sale of sogar by J.auca k Bemlixen. This drew together a lare
essnpany, bat the annoancement of another considerable sate
for Wednesday next checked buying, ana prices were 1'atc.
lower than they otherwise would have been. The two ofTenuK'
were too much at once apparently.
Bccaa-Tbe aoction sale .4 Hawaiian this m.ninR resulted
ia u averse- d-cl.ne of c V tt... ow.r.p. as is claimed, to the
announcement in the morning papers of a n't her early next
sreek. At private sale the market is quiet, the trade having
locked np with refined at the late public sale, while free sales
of 1J asanas have lately been male privately.
Srosa remrs: Over f.n-0 0 dayl 2 r0 k-gs light
grales arHi.ieh Mand. $i iaiO l(JO fcs; 4u0 do. dark,
J7 SOra 40 f 1(W ttisj 14 bags do. 7JC th.
MoLa.-srjt 100 bbU Hawaiian, at and 800 do. ex ship,
fa the Wssbinetoa cr.rres pon d e re of the Hultetin, we flml
the following relating to the China steamers :
Tb Cain Mail. Sranca. Mr. Conrs-ss has introduced a
Joint resolution to repeal so much of the act to establish steam-
ship snail service between the I nited states and China as re-
rtntrestfra mail steamers to touch at Hon. lulu. This proposition
China by a route far north of tin: Islands, whereby two days'
lime snay be save.1. It is said that the Company do not doubt
that the rWndwich Islands Inule w.ml l fully compen'ate the
direct rest of this additional time, hut that they consular it
important to save these two days in order that thoy may cm-
pel. nore soccewifull, the direct lra.le and travel lween
England and China. Il is claimed that with a littie rff-art and
CBterprise passrngers ami mails fran London via New York
and San Francisco may be set diwn at any of the ommercisj
centres of China and India more speedily than they can be j
tbe great Kiut Indian Overlan.1 e.,ote. Tliere would see.n U
HtUed.mM.4 the policy of reliev.ne the great .hips the
China saail line from calhng at llonoluto; but there is some
question as to whet tier the K l. ?. Company oachl not Co con-
tribute sntnethint? nf their subsidy towards the eslahii.hmenl of
a line of tmallrr steamers between that port ami San Francisco.
Our firm eviction., that the owners of th China .tetter,
iil find U for llieir interest tocall at llnnolula, and that they will
not find tbe preiose4.&ortherly track so advantageous as some :
think. The trades extend to latitude 25 3 or 29 3 , and when '
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very strong to 30 , hot as a general rule they cannot he de- j
peled on abeve 23 ; and they extend towards the equator to HOC, 11 Will Idllgli Willi a Iiarveft. ill UIC
10 or 12 V. Our islands thus Me nearly in the center of productions of U' tropic, in gorgWUS HoWcM,
the trade belt, and the track to China through this group has j Jelic;U8 fruits and edible Vegetable-, grow lux
the advantage not only of the strongest and steadiest trade . , , . ,
tads, hot also ofUie strong trade current, which sets west j "Wntly, and if IlOt t.jntaneouply, at least,
daring three-fourths of the year, at the rate of fire fo Jour ; with little labor or Cultivation. ido by side
mirttwnkomr. This, with large steamers is a great consider- j wj,i, the refreshing orange, the golden banana,
Ron, The northern variable belt in this ccean extends from . , ., ,.n
24 to40,-ithio.bkhbellthereUliUteor,0carrot. From ! -he blushing promegrui.ate and the prolific mango,
40 to 80 North, there is a strong current setting to the fcast i flourish the apple, tee peatll, the grape and
aB the year. j other fruits of the teini4Tutc zones. Tiie escu-
Now let a. spply these fact, to the steamer enterprise. The k,uU of e climate abound in our garden.-,
Calast steamer starts from aa Francisco, and makes a straight ' , ,
course to Kanagawa, which carries her past this group in lati- i our fields arc adapted to the culture of
lode 7 Kauagawa being in atmutthe same latitude as San j every product of home Consumption, as Well US
Fraweiaco. 8he cmesr s the Pacific through the variables, with I 0f commerce
calms, squalls, wind from North, Pooth. East and West, and ! . . ... ,., , . . .. ,
with aw tide la her favor. By running through this group, .he ur 80,1 ,H r"1'1' to tl.C culture
has generally strong trades and strung tide to aid her, adding i of the great Staples of C"IUin-roe. Tliere IS no
U her tfetd at Itatt one aorfer. If this be the ease, as j i;niJt f our cajlbility of agricultural p rod lie-
we have do doubt actual experiment will prove it to be, two ... . ., . ,. r .
. . ' . tion, in the great diversity of products, rroiu
steamers leaving Sao Francisco on the same day for Kanagawa, ' ' te J 1
one taking the straight track, the other taking the southerly ! the Sea to Our mountain summit, we lilld a soil
track past Ucnolula, tbe latter will reach her destination shead ; and temperature that will grow und perfect all
af the other, even admitting that tbe former has the adrmt.ge tlwH0 article8 which find a ready market and
ia distance. Im tit long twh, Ike route pail Honolulu will . , "...
,rm tt ,,oru.t ad pa9 he.t. ! give activity to commercial enterprize. bugar,
! rice, coffee, tobacco, cotton and iiotatoes, here
LOCAL. COMMERCIAL XEHS. ' r -It I i- . i .1
. . . nnl a concenial boil and climate, and their
W e bare had two amvala fnaa Sao Francisco the past week, .
tbe brig A-yisis; and ahip fas. Ticx, both H days and production is limitol only by the inadequate
both bringing a lew papers. The "latter passed the port with- 1 amount of labor We MMve.H ; yet they vield rich
at stopping lot err than to allow the pilot to board. The ': anj guljn returns.
K vine Is chartered to load guano at aUnlei burr's Island, and : . . , . .t . i i i j
' a , . Our products are the fl bank to draw upon
thence to Sydney. ' 1
The Portuguese ship Cnlumbun is the svime ressel which was thetj give US currency. Tliey constitute a capital
here three weeks ago, having a cargo of coolies for Caliao. ; that is always increasing, ill proportion to the
She ood off oothetherly route U that port, but found the! a(u,jUnt o( a,wr emplovtnl in their pretluetion.
M E. trades so fresh as to cause her to return and Uy the north- ;
crly route, from here to the coart a Ihence south to CallV. j "'e US population laHrers. and Wealth Will
The Hanoverian ship A. H. wuiie touched at this port on the ' flow into these Islands in a golden current, in
lOio aad sailed next day. She was bound from Sydney to San return fr our great staph s, and net ,n the form
Francrscv of unsuhstanUal paprr rrprcsrntalires of curnnni.
Advices have been received from fcurope statiDg that the ' ' ' . .
A. J. Pop arrived at Bremen 1 IS days from Honolulu, she ' In OUT fertile rj:l and genial climate, WO have a
was only 105 days to the English Channel. : more certain and inexhaustible source of wealth
Tbe barkfi.C.r.. in Hackfeid Co.'s line, .ailed from ' tnan a,j the treasures in the golden glens and
Bremen lor this port April 30th, and will he due here by rVi-
trsnber 1st, i sparkling quartz ledges of the great milling re-
The bsrk Ore. RhxIoh, In Janlnn, Oreen 4 Co.'s line, sailed ;
fress Liverpool April 23. and will be doe here Se4ember 1.
lhec.w,.rar-4ayrr.reamS raow.y K,r C.n ,rn- of the we fiiJ none f lVurc.(j the.e
Cisco, and promise to get off about Tuesday next. , . , .
The Hawaiian bark Bern.ee (f.nnerly tbe Denmark) lately ' inlands in the gr.-.lt ocean. Ihe hlgliCft material
engaged. In toe Mexican coast trade, la also loading tit Sun ! blessings peace, plenty and prosjicrity are en-
Fra-isco. hy HackfoM . Co. Ste is a fast vessel and has I j,,! our Ioj.le. Then, as far a? it regards
line accommodations fur paasenucrs. She will sail on the .
"lt mat. intellectual and moral progress, we are not
Kji. Ett PsLrs. Kosehank," the residence cf the; wanting. Churches and school houses rise in
late R. C. Wyllie, was offered at aoction last Saturday, and not every direction to meet the wants of our Jiopll
aolU but baa since teen purchased by C. II. Judd, Esq, for iation aIul the advances made by our native
Tbe dwelling premises in Bcretania street, occupied by J.
V. Austin, did not bring the upset price of f 1,000, and were
The premises known as the American Legation, ia ilcretaioa
street. now occupied hy Pr. M'ltridr, bare been sold for tS7it.
Tar BictLIT Kststs. The sale: cf this property tw.k place
on Wednesday last, as fdlnws :
So I The Berkley house and lot, Alakra St .MxlH ft. f 105.
3 House and iut adjotninr. same sir-, i loo
J House and lot in reartf . Sox 1 14, $4TO.
4 1 acre of pasture land io Kahhi, fin.
2 Z acres pasture land in K ihhi. f 110.
A 1 acre pasture and taro land in Kalthl. $ 10.
7 a acres gMstare anl Lar j land in Kahl.i. i-.-"S.
H 1 $ acres af pasture and taro Ltod in Kahhi. f 45.
U Zi acr.-s 't nwstore anl taro Und in K-t'ihi, $lj.
)w i 40-10O seres f pss'are and un laud in Kalihi. $ 5S.
II Neaiiy 1 acres, adjoining Capt. Adam's in Kahhi. JUO.
li Nearly 4 sres. as..iure lan.1, Kalihi, SH.
13 to acres very ch-e pasture land in M trust Valley, t'.'JO.
-1 s.i acres pasture lan.i. tsaimea, Hawaii, ftsi.
IV How nu A la tea Sc.. $ i.to
I loose and Kit rn Alakra Su, "M.
Arnmoss to tut asuiw Flkkt. Tr t llowinc vessets
finvw been added to il whaiinc Beet ri-ently. vis: Rolnn
r ..... U Ell.twH 111 lin. - il I'. L ....... - . 1 .
ac homier Oeorire Hmwn. loj tons.
Hark IsVa Kantrrr. at New Be-tr.rd. owned by Messrs. I. K.
F art lett 4 Ufa. is to be fttce.1 f r Ihe lacinc l-erin sUeHihe.
ry. a: iter mtuntaxtd of t'wpc. W iKiswi lwta. late .f hrk
r.msr. A Thnmss. Ci- la-wta was o.ast. r .d hark Lafayette,
of New Bcd'ord. mhrn she was r-nmd hy the Alabama.
One forfy-dtfhth iT ship W illiam Ai Henry, of Isirhavm. as
ri.-w a srsv. was sold al auction Vlay TJth. at the rater.f -jd.oTsJ.
rVttnoner Oeorge J. Ju-s. of Ieuni. 1V Mi, old measure,
nvnt. at New Bedford haa bern fatn-ha-.! by James I. Church,
and as hers, of t airhaven. ..r 3 ast S: is i-. Is- fitted I- r
A'lanile whaling ude r command tf Capt. John K. Taher, late
rf brig Trkast.
: (Mths of ship Xlary, of F.tgartnwn. ts len pilrrhas-d hy
Willlass It. Monroe, ef that plao;. vpri pnrate terms, and she
w-.U tat Hired for a wbalmg voyass. ond-r c.-entnand of t'apr.
.ienrre A. Smith, tnnuer.y of shipw re llaod and Ka. ins, of
shirt Karopa.? 'dgartown. win be fated f. r a mtti in the
Deb.. titS'tal last of Ao.-uM. nn.l-r routmarst i t Capt.
Thocaas Xlelhen, of I hat place, Ute first oSot of ship Onward.
tiassT XoT.- The ship Cirithian. Caid. Lewis, arrived
J4. tew Bedford April -O. from a f. rtv foor mo.it hs whaling
viyass?. fimvins; tnken io tarrela f sperm oil, 3.or0 do. whale
nl. and A9.90C pan.s of bone. Ttte Cnnthian has probably
Biade pf most valual le wh ilinc vyasc ever e.mplete.1. an.!
will frnbaMy be snrpasrd by only oiiw, that of ship Onward,
wriu'tt is sMt yet finished.
Finvitrs or Sri rvi. We shipment nf Srm.
as-eti. antnuriting to l,Joo s-Mtnls, trout rw lerk to Ln.hn.
Th- StarT-vl.hlre (Fejrand) rranuf .cturers btve advanrrd
li pm-e or inna ant earthenware at t.ie rat ef trn p. r rent,
nw.m vi inr wna.m-s ornr os iier a is 1 m.iiTIftt-
Ritovt, Xlassarfnsettjt, has almost aroonerfty m the ir i -
faerre . f tsincl.tss. It i ma-ie fr ta the ssitsl. of nh calbd
li.--, sol tlte business is very active daring the Winter months.
ssos-sjzb WcHtiAt rti-roav a'.finia r., beisnmine
reb-hrssesl thrv-gltvnt th- I l ite.l Slatew l.-r the excellence of
i. w.srrt maosei-e-ores, and tne ere-if pre-rts of the L-nstne.
A lactiry t iti to be started in st.a-J.ion, on a very extensive
Tl.e avrar- rst f t i v.L'-n. srmrLrtg to pr-potatlon. is
gr-ster in the n.iol States t ,,re 1, thin in either .rat
i.r tain or i'ranc-. Iu raej- it is j. to be only $1 TS -T
hei. I : In Great T-riuli sod Ire'an.1 gp So p-r head: while In
I meed States. ire-In-m g the r.etrrs. it is (16 .'a per head.
ttvat Sr'rrte.c is Fsk.i-c.. a moner banking
r-r-..-ern. nil tl.la to r.c.ter f n m ihe eff-cts of the triish priuic,
I. .a vei.Je. it the prenra aoi w-airfl ui its aff.irs in an
kit -her: um; aftV, . wt. aru. an officer arrived frrm la n
dn. who. afV-r xamlnlne into Ute sffairs of this hrarteh. dct-r-tr.n-.l
.n wfrtdtr.s; it or, aud l!.e sciiKUteia d a.l r-s u:n-ss
n.at'ers was roo:plct.-d a w- r tm II". Ti l.-s 1 "
hsliiu.nl n r i..n l has had to sjsre-nd. an I ihe,r i iis have
hcn irXrttr.!. I'ractiea.ly Sun truer" escapes fi ro h-ss
allotrether, aa the laokin,.' kcjuhU have all been ios. il
CoTT'ij ri-rii u iTig Hnxtiani XAjtf n hull:';
crttoo icvj at M. 'Korge. the li a i-f I ta).. 'i h- r-r ; c .'i
l'Walie cuttn rivl in fiu'b-weatern I tah.
Ttxrre are nw 2Ji oiira of railr- ad uM in t- .tai "f
Cal.f. rui. nl the uu tJ n-arly teoiy-8 tn;lli"i "f .!ir
haa hern erlei in cntcplecx-g the-J. The c-al of bu:l iln
th-tn is 11 fcT f n.K
i "" ""mm""1
Si la cim-' pt C'To-t. Jnly 15 or IT.
r HKtwikb Hulli pr Kilawa. Monday,
t or K'jxa aid Kic per Laeiir.e, to-dy.
PORT OP IIOUOI-UI.TJ. H. I.
Vhr Act. re. C!on-y, rm K' hIa.
H i,r:iiih l.tig K-yiD,j, fc.ilinfc-, 1 days frr-rn han
V Itl n :. -r liif rfluroho. Pt'fan", frm leA.
i Schr rtiie Merrill. Kiiinry. frotn K to.
Ti ?-hr rrincc. llarSH-l, trim HanaU-i.
10 Ham. clipper 1 ip A. V 'due, 30 dyt fr Auckland.
11 ,-N.hr Kalama, 1khi. fr"m K'dua.
1 J tthr Kmeliiie, Crane, from Knna and Kau.
11 Am clipt-rr ti p M m. Wiloix. Manten, t dj from
ran rr-ii.riro. aM-d the p"rt.
It 5tr K.laiKr. Mrir-(r'r. fr'm Windward I-rt9.
11 Schr Alherni, Clark, from Kawaihae.
7 Am bark ?walUw, llntft-ld. frr Ktnarawa.
V .-tfamer Kiliiit-a, Mcireijr, ! Wiadaard Prts.
V icit Mary. Nilta, fr Ann Ik la.
! ?chr l-n Waliine, fir Koloa.
10 Sc-hr Artiri?. Clancy. fT Kohala.
11 .N;hr -ttie Metrill. Kinney, f.r Lnhaina.
11 liauo. Bhip A. 11. Willie, dr fJ i PranciJCQ.
12 Am clipper ahip EUir of tlie t iuoo, Kevd, fix Guano
12 Italian clipper 9? ip Pi.Iumlx., tefaoo, for CaSlao.
13 Schr Helen, ilMhMrr, for Maliko.
! I'or WixhwanD 1'ukt.- er Kiiaue i, July 9 Hon K II
i A'fn. T, ' l-'O'-rty. I.ar.l l.t.nery, A frank Judd, Miss
,:ku B tr. H"' tney. jr., W Humphreys,
j from Wimwhd IVkts r Kilanea. July 14 Mr and Mrs
; T. T. Iiiusli-rty. Mrs J M. reeu. Mr anM Mrs J. l-ocau Mrs
. Haverkost and daughter. Mr ai i Mrs II. Turtou. W. K. Ilroa u
i A. achaffer, Capt I'- 11- lnle:i.. 51. Barrett. Mis II. Smith
; J. II inlcast:e. Asl.on Akol-a. Akana. It cabin and 10 deck.
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j SA TV 11 DA Y, JUL Y 11.
1 1 1IE persistent SUid Unparliamentary t'ilort
, t( 'UK-itate the yT money bill, which
was defeated last Week, lead tlM to make furtllO
comments till the Hllbject of Currency, and in
. t .
recurring t- It, we cannot but admire, US we
aJ a ,iaV(. a,,,,;,. tllC fortunate Condition
of the Hawaiian Islands.
l'ossessillg a taltlbrloilS and CrpKtblC CUlliate,
' . i nl;b. fr.,, ti... -r t r.o.nw .r l...-. t nH
reiOOTeU nllKe IroIIl tllC tXtrtllieS Ot Heat ana
j coU with a temneratlire calculated t develop
j to till fullest extent llfliiual and Vegetable life,
! wur 6P u,aJ ,x! ct-nsidered blessed over every
Other Krlioll of the earth. TI.C 9jil ia of extra-
ordinary fertilif V. In the lan'TWe of a quaint
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writer, wherever you tickle the crouna with
J . ..,
g'Ons of California and Jjexieo
In taking a retrospective view of the nations
scholars, should cheer the heart of the philan
thropist. All this has lioen fleeted by a iwtaUic
currency, and the energy of our people.
Tin-re are no brijejnrs in the land. For every
man who labors, there is abundance. Although
we have no enormous capital, nor overgrown
wealth among us, yet there is no country on the
surface of the globe with a similar amount of
population, where wealth is o generally, and
we may say eijually distributed, and where
the ei .pie are so independent. A conijcteney
is universal. Heal estate is more generally held
and distributed among the mass of the people
in the Western Stutts of the American In ion,
than anywhere else in the civilized world, and
vet we will venture the assertion, that there
are more indeja-ndent land holders in the Ha- !
waiian Islands than aluollg an CU.'tl protM.rtion
of the tiKt favored T"pulation in any State
of the American I'nion. It is bard to find a
native Hawaiian who is not a land holder and a
They all live comfortably. N-ne lack the
mean of sulsist' nce. The tea which laves the
turf around their island honu-i. furni.-hes them
with fish, ami their land yields them rich pro
duct!, in proportion as they l.ilr.r. They nut
only cultivatr products for their own comsump
tion, btil they raise them to .ll. They all have
for rvrre.iey hard money, gold and silver, and
not thinplasltrs. They never knew any i.tlnT
kind of money they want no other. Thev
have the miiw holy horror" fir pajnT munev,
that theyliave for snakes.
Then aigiin, the laws are e.ju.il and just
in the protecting influence which they throw
around all c!;i es of its pubj-vt-i, whether native
or foreign, ti-'tvvitist. Hiding che inc on w tenev of
,np -'tmistry. LIKrty IS guard'td by law. Ihe
nation j j,ls
jr prou at pra-'e with all
w.rld and the rot of mankind," and with a
surlus of two hundred thourwnd d-.liars not
shinplast'rs of douhtful value in the trea?urv.
What has? j reduced all thew Iteneficent re-.nilt.-i?
The r-r wy the II iwaiian hard dollar
cttireticv the only true ttandard of value aud
the only hasis of commerce and trade.
ThesH Islands I nve grown into their present
importance on a specie currency ; all their Lusi-
nesfi has been transacted i.n that basis. Their ,
imi-vrtai.ee and cmm. rce have grown and leen i
devtloj - - td with the gradually extending at)l de-
- ., -r. ,
reioring commerce ot the 1 aciL? o. 'v.n ; an-i s
their zrOWth extend M:r-!v I.ni Pte tdilv I that 6.0lH would be .tint le. Sm? of t!:0 metll- Mond,r, misstat. menu and wn-rs inferences. When rur next
- t. .i l 1 dorr ne;;.'.r I-tiay so much ignorance hN.ui us a -t r..r
with the incr-'a-e? and exrani-n of commerce on bers sal J it had better be put Urge en-iugli, ana r,..-..i,t.... iL t-r:...n . is n t v.ry a .d-r.ui that Kur pu
tbi-prt highway of nati ,ns:t e.,ui,r yet urged inserting $H,(HK) or even 910.1HK. if re- V "n
in its infancy. Their curreney s!i.till be smnJ quired. Ministers replied that they could not AVha; -!se can be exp. eie.l hen the .Vu."rthi fin
al.' rot litble to fluctuations. When tlie bu.i- pi.-ii.iy sj ci.l that amount, and yet on clii.-.s- ,0ys f,.r i's Honolulu com H.ndenis ihosx who
ness and commerce of a country r.fts on a specie day they cam-? and asked that the sum be in- ure in lier?ovtii-nm'nt service? (inly the last mail
basis and cash commanding products. t'tT- cm cn.av.-d to more than double the original amount. rrci-M n a liu'h-tln containing a letter from
Ae- o e..n,n,rrnal rrt.M or ran.r. The cnxiit of Mr. Ukeke. who follows up the Ministers with Homd-ln. rinoa by a re,-n now in government
. . .... . 1 . .1 ;i?..J nt'iir on.l r.tit-Sliiri St.iltV
.1...- . ...:ti .
iimf, fjumi uy iiit i i iw " ii5 i.uii:iiLf m.ii'
brightest when most rubbed."
What d the Hawaiian people want witii bank
not'-s, or anything that Ijoks like
a fap- r
currency? What tieol have they for it? There
is money enough in circulation fr all the uses
of our commerce. The two hundred thousand
dollars locked up in the Treasury, will, through
the op-ration of the Appropriation Hill, be fj-m
scatt-red through the Islands, and will be so
miicli addition to the currency. Reside?, the
cash returns for our products and supplies w ill
, .. ...
continually increase the amount. Tlie products !
of our cane, rice and eofT.-e fields will Tiiirrham.
the greater te.rtion of our importations, and the
introduction of " ray-money " would only drive
' the j;cie out of circulation, destroy the busin-s9
corifidi-nce of the native Hawaiian, and witli
i draw the fjreign ppucie tMjdtal from the cimntry.
I-i-.mdri liniitei in extent, like ours, with an
: identity of interwts, pursuits, and t;iile product-,
nliould liave their business tonduetod on a
! metallic ohms, and not liable to thoce inflations
: and fluctuations which ever follow in the path
way of a paper currency. Indeed, their busi-
ness, their commerce, should be a cnit, b;tsed on
gold and silver.
(live us the subtlancr the commercial com
moditygold aud silver currency ; we are will
ing to leave the shadow to the Minister of Finance
and such other John Law drtatnrs and schemrrs.
The .San Francisco Iiulhtin of June 22 1, has
; the following very just remarks relating to Min
; ister Harris' paper money bill:
A fiew Mii-me of finance has just het:n initiated In nid of the
I;yal excliecpifr. Hitherto the litttle kinrd'itn has l a'.mg
t'.lernhly well on the hard money r-ystem. A there w;ia no int.
live gold and Kilver, and rhcil currency having (tone out of il .te
wilh the native simplicity of dres, there was liltle a- fur a
mint, and no fair op.oriumty to iniprt ll.e imae and un-r
fccriplion of Hawaiian Mje.-ry on the coin of then-aim '1 his
. Mute of things could not he tolerated- The f -reiyn kingdom to
, whirh 1 1 in i at pronet in a Mte of d'M-ile pupilace, has not
' only a Slate Church, hut mut have a hank which emits aper
money. Ni the Mmi-iter of finance has intr'nlure I a hill to au
thorize the ifwues of pttprr money hy . he (rovernnii ni, in Mint
of one, two, three, five, ten and twerty dollars f r (!ei ral circu
lation ; and another cla: ol h.l!8 of larger ilciiominntiun. hear
in;: interest at six ier cent. ier annum. The loll was pushed to
a tint readiiiR hefore printing, lest the natives ah .ul i read a-d
'. iliM-nss it too generally, nad thus endnntrer its pas-j;e. It is
simply the financial farce of a " New W ay to pav (ltd liehts"
aid a scheme to sta-e i IT obligations in the future which are
likely to increase with the inflation of royal Miilotion. Now it
i is an ensy thing to issue paier money ; and Ote locture f a
t Ktty ruler may emtelti?-h a debt in an urn-tic point of view,
quite beyond a plain aulirraph. Hut it is quite another thitv
(IOC UMt eiri is jj:ip-r in" rurreilt.v I'l L'"l'l mi'l iniv- r. I (.Hi
r is not halted wiih the Kimr. hui with the men a ho created
the wealth nl tin; Islands riliancial incline la ks may be a
h'liititiiate amusenierl. hut in mailers of uii.ince. comnieic al
' l'r'nces rule, ami nKy will Ik- slow to indorse nry such scheme
!: has been LrouKU forward in the liawai.au L-t;i-
Tito 3Iliilr.tc-rlal C'rlI.
It is currently reported that His Excellency F.
W. IIctchisox resigned the portfolio of Minister
of the Interior on Tuesday last. The sup
posed reasons are disjgrwm'-nt u ith the Cabinet
on the Iif.cr Money Bill, and the two defeats ;
which the Ministry have sustained in the Ix-gis- j
lative Assembly during the past two weeks.
The first defeat was that refolded in our last
issue, when the paper bill was thrown out by
tiie overwhelming vote of 31 to ?. The second
was the passing of the Ministers' salaiies at
5.000, after the Ministerial Committee had
reported strongly in favor of t',000. No Min
isters, fit to occupy Heats as such, can retain
office after so signal defeats, without a total loss of
that respect and confidence which, as public ser-
vants, they should enjoy. Either or the above :
' J J ,
reasons may have been the cause of the resig-
nation of Dr. Hutchison, but what is equally
probable. jt may liave been the determination
! not to be led nor dictated to by the Minis
ter of Finance, as be has dictated to and do
mineered over the Lejri.-lature durinr the en-
Whatever sttttw Us tlturaLt f Jr. 1 1 tl tchisoll s
: ability as a Minister, he has certainly shown
himself liossesscd of that indcpmdviico irhich
, cvm statt.iman should hare. If the reason that
led him to tender his resignation in the present
crisis, xvaa the ltelief that paper currency will
prove disastrous to the nation, the public will
certainly honor and respect him all the more for
But what shall we say of the scenes and pro
ceedings in the Legislature the past week? The
defeated triumvirate " have worked hard to
revive tl.eir l!unct pliinp.u&tvr hill. Kum(r
I a.1 a. 1.' I l. A. - . ..a. ' . ir - a
3S u,al oiinuay ia, a sin-ut in vain em.ris
i t .if . . . i . .
in us oennii : mat on ui;.i uav nn native mem.
Ixts of the legislature took a ministerial airing,
which bad a most powerful effect, though liap-
pilv it failed of the designed result.
1 - a
On Monday Mr. Kaapa, of Hilo, moved a re-
consideration of the Vote by which the Paper
, i.-ii - i c -. i . . . i.i i
Money Bui was mdebnitelv iiostr oned, althou"h,
J . : l -
according to legislative rules, no such motion
can le entertained bevot.d the dav following the
vote. The Minister of Finance was so blissfully
ignorant of what had transpired on the previous
Sunday, that he coolly asked the gentleman from
Hilo to state the reasons for his motion.
Then came the struggle lctween the will of
the J'nr, and the will of the nation. Then came
the exhibition of those who were recreant and
false to their trust, and the noble members who
dnnd to do their duty.
Twenty-five bad been so pipid on Sunday that
they voted for a reconsideration ! When the
vote was announced by the worthy Vice Presi-
dent, Hon. i. Rhodes, an effort was made by
the domineering Finance Minister to overawe
him. The firmness of the Vice President abme
saved the nation from the most terrible disgrace
There were thirty-eight members present.
Our nil stantial Minister of the Interior, Ir.
Hutchison, was absent. It was a non-presence
that was glorious in its results, and the nation
will honor him for it.
On the vote being declared, the Vice President
announced that two-thirds of the memliers pres
ent not having so voted, the motion was l ist ;
that it required twenty-five and one-third to
carry the question. The Minister of Finance
contended that J'rar lions should not h" c touted ;
and that the Vice President should not vote.
S sane man ever doubted the right of the
Vice President to vote, and no man less de
mented than the Minister of Finance would ever
d-ubt tiiat cu'yar Jraclions of pipe count, in a
We hope the Vice President will remember the
legislative rule, that when any bill or subject
matter has hen ind finitely postponed, it cannot
' he arfed i.n during the same s'ssion..
The Appropriation I sill has passed itn second
readiip. and in now Ving fiirijeid for final
action, having received all the amendment,
: dipping and additiijns it will got. It fonts up
a t-.tal of .i57,8J7 OS the item of 40,000
for a 'iovcrnmcnt House having leen Ftruck out.
The above sum id at lca.it 100,000 in excess of
JthejrobaMe receipts of the current two years,
' not including cash on hand.
; On Wednesday, the item for the funeral cs
pensvs of the Princess Vict,ori;i was raised to
$12,700. Our readers will remember that when
this itein wa under discussion, 6 jmc four or five
! i -i - .1... ..,... 1.1..
wwia u. t:ie .Minis .era ui.-u i
a -t itlc. ,,t nn nn. t , .1 ti Mrv t ti.?
1 " i j
Assembly v above, und then p-.inting the finger
of scorn to the Minister of Finance said : How
can we expect competency in a Minister wrn
makes such blunders? If he cannot reek. in
more accurately when the estimate w only for
thousands what may we not look for when hun
dreds of thousands are involved?" It was one
. the severest rebukes die Minister has received
! during the session, and certainly would justiiy
! te passage of a vote of censure, or want of con-
I rII-ol:icl War Vessels.
Tll arrival at Jf.m Francisco of the United
: tat'-s monitor Mtnatlnock, is an event of no
small importance, iiie is built wholly of iron,
on the plan invented and first tried by Mr.
Kricson, in the famous Monitor, which met and
conquered the rebel iroli-clad M'-rrimnc in
Hampton Itjads. Little do we now imagine
how great issues hung on that struggle. Had
the Monitor been disabled and defeated, the
M'.rriiimc might have turned the whole oun-e
t,l war :!S h coull easily have steamed
round to Washington, and destroyed thut city,
and given a jrestige and fame to the rebel cause
which might have crowned it with a success
that would have lasted to this day. Sj great
events often hang on mere trifles.
The eyes of all tlie world have been watching
. the progress of the Monad nock, as s!ie has steam
ed slowly on her voyage of twenty thousand
miles, for it involved the success or fa;htre of
iron-clad monitors for s-.-a voyages ; and now that '
she has been successful, the same parties who
decried the plan on which she is built, are the
first to applaud.
The Monadnnck is a double-turret monitor,
im feet long and fifty feet Wain, measures about
" -' '
1.0CH tons and draws twelve leet ot wat.-r.
When in, seagoing order her decks are only
about eighteen inches above the water. She has
two revolving turrets, with four immense Jijltcn
tnch guns. Jv.ich throwing a solid shot of 40
pounds. She it ventilated by machinery and wind
sails. "We luul the plens-ure of visiting the Die-
tutor last M1II1IIKT ill DoStoli Iial'bor, atld foiinil
i 1 1 III-
ner caiuiis .mo st.iiei -itoiiis its coot nnu coiutoi t
able as tliose of any war vessel. ,Slie is rather
larger and longer than this monitor, but in other
resja-cts very similar. The speed of the Monad-
i.ork is I'ii'ht knot.-: at sea. but she can do bi tter
under favorable circumstances, and is said to lie
a remarkably easy sea boat.
There is no doubt that she is the strongest war
vessel now in the Pacific. Admiral Kog'-rs, in
l,is letter from Valparaiso to his Jovermueiit,
taij t!:.t it wouldn't take him two hours to
the Spanish iron-clad Xiimnncia into
The fact that the American (iovcrnmcnt
has now two iron-clad monitors at San Francisco
the Comanche and Monadnock renders it the
most powerful maritime nation in this ocean,
which fact is attracting the notice and com
ments of the European pres. The London Aiiny
and Navy daztttc of May 5, has the following
on the subject
" The man who would send a ship's company to
sea on bomd a monitor ought to In tried lor willful
",,!,.1, r W,!V" "" P"( u,'" '"'r- " ','"
opinion ot a verv distniiuslied oluecr ol l!i'r
"s n:lVy, expressed before a inunlier of pro
f;ioiial people, of whom the niajoi ,-iiy agneil wiiu
llllll, 11(11 111,111- in. in i u nj; o. iii.ii. in. i. -.-.(. iii.iv lie
said to have lieeii. in gem-ral terms, tin result of
tin cpinioii held rc-pectinir the monitors and their
sea-worthiness by the great mass nl' those who
thought at all about tlie matter. .Tlie leading jour
nal and many other newspapers, discussing the
Coles" controversy on the turret principle, have
always held that it was a problem whether moni
tors could make sea voyages, or were til for aught
but harbor defense. Whatever lnay be said about,
the claim of Americans to originality in theinatier
of turrets und ironclads, there can be no doubt at
all that they have built a seagoing monitor, one.
too. ol tl.e most i.m no.! .i.le character a vessel '
which has navigated the Atlantic at the entrain. c
" .-M' x1',"' w,,i.lh roasted th '-
ern shores of Mnith Ainenea in spring tone, and,
finally. ,as gone round the Horn in rou-h weather
in the worst period u me year, ami gni inroiign
her work to the perfect satisfaction of her olii.-ers
ami men. iu a seagoing craft of the most complete
adaptation Io tlie business of seagoing in any pari
of the globe. Hut when we Know that ihis Vessel,
though only fifteen indies above the water level,
cariies the lareest euns in the world, and tiuows a
s- i 1 1 ;.la. 1 . I. A ..'.I T..
tour mi. i-.re.i ami eig uv poumi sum ... a s.x.j
to.uiol ehoro-e nf nowilei. we must aoiu.l stio is :it
i . . , , ,
least worthv ol considerable attention Ir-mi any
)nn, ,.;,,,!,.. -,ik1 demands the serious thoughts
ot an v Jovei iiinent interested in naval aifairs. 'J he
Ain.-neHiis have emerged from a war of the ni.t
praelieal thar.icter ll.cv have rejected i illed ord-
,!:,,u,. : we say th.-y did so because l hey could not
make them : but "the Americans aver that largo
cast-iron smooth-bore guns are preferable to our
: .' ' . ,t . i
limit iijt ordnat.ee. and assert that we cannot make
imd therefore despise litem. Now. in all this they
may be wrong, but tlier can be no ouesiion that.
i:ie iiate ii.-nioiisi i .in i ine jiur-iiiiiii i oi juiiiiii
the heaviest gnns in the world on board of a float
ing carihige which can take them all over the
world, and thus set at rest all the doubts expressed
as to the possibility ol buildn:g a seagoing nmnilnr.
Then- will lie no laurel.- now for Captain Cow per
Coles, or the Naval Col -i uetor. or any one else,
iii the demonstration of that which has been proved
already. At least, we suppose so. The whole
story cannot be a myth."
The British ( Joverntiient has thus far confined
its efforts in creating an iron-clad fleet to largo
sailing ship models heavily plated, discarding
altogether the Erieson pattern. A vessel is now
being fitted for the Picifie, as we learn by the
following item taken fr.nn a london paper :
TilK 1i;o-ci.ii CoiiVKlTK Favouitk. The extra
ordinary transformation which the Koyal Nvy is
undercii'.g in cnnst-iim nee of the inti od.u ii'.n of
nrmor-platitirr is well ilkslratod by the ease of this
line corvette, which is irov ly'ng ut ."-"pithead, and
N about to proceed to th' lVe ilie. Sin will be the
li. -t iron-el. id to carry the Jiiitisli 11. 1.2: into that
.e.-au. whither the American iron-clad monitor
.1. 't.e. .v. is at j. resent proceeding. The 'ii-,., it'
w as originally laid dovvi at Jovotiport lioekyard
a.- a l.j.ht and handsome wooden eorvctie. to carry
ul'otit twenty btht jiiibi. but when Mr. J.'e.-.i's
t..et!;oil ..f arinor-pl. iting small ships was propo-.-.l
to tWe Admiralty tin woiks upon tin 'n-.. were
slopped, and it was afterwards determined to con
vert l.er into ati armor-clad ship upon that plan.
I or this purpose the beam, or breadth of the .-hip.
her flatness of floor, and ihe fulness of her bow
lines were increased, extra thicknesses of plating
were winked upon l.er stiles and bottom, about
l. no ton of armor were bolted to her .-ides in the
form of a belt at tin- wu!r-line and a .-eiitr.il bat
tery, and within the battery has been placed an
armament ! i'ht rilled 'i-ton guns of the newest
pa'teru. in addition to a ti f-poiinder rilled gu.i at
bow attd .-tern. The 1'. ei.riir i full ri--.l. has
e.xeel'.en aee.inm.od.ition k.r both otiieers and men.
and is -!..re.l with water and provi-iotis for .-. veial
months. The eonlideliee il her si'tisroillg tplalities is
so -.''''at n,, jii,.in itiaty Channel trials are
coti-idered tieet ss it v in Iter ca-e. and she isaeconl-
i;.''.y to be di-paf. lied forthwith to the Pacific sta
ll m to relieve two woo.ien innate.
J. P. WALKER. 9. r. all.FS P. C. BHtv
WALKER, ALLEN .V CO.
ItnjMtrtors. and Comnlssion Merrlmnts,
HON'OLVU.. II. I.
Jjtnlt of the
I.Ome I'laiitation, fmmra riantati..n,
I'nnceville l'l;ititation, Meicalf l'lai.tation.
Wilder I'l iiitalam I'ione. r Milis,
L'lhains S-i-.-ar (. ompany, Waialua I'lanlation,
llaliwa I'lutil.'tt i'.ri, Wailuku Mills,
liotioiu:u S.j tar Manufacturing and iU-fiuery Co.,
1'una'uu Kicc C'o.
Jytnts of Ihe
list ts-rtiinii l'nclirl Line f.-r 5 in Francisco. Slerctacts
Mutual Marine Insurance Co.; Union Insurance Co.
Aytnt "f Ihe
5teamtr Kilscks. S. hor.nrrs A?t-vk, Mauldi, Trinck. Mot
S.1 VV ahins, and Kai.sMa. ly
as an e-li- I
- - - - v.eto.ia, whn-h .
nn m. .nm u..rn u -
tiK-iHs of local matters. There is an oM adage tu:w
persons living in gla-s houses shouldn't throw
RcnioTal of Dr. Rcrhtinscr's OlHce.
R. ItKfllTIXf.'F.U HAS KKMUV r.tr lll
Office to the building directly I'l'posiie C. t. i.liau.s r ur-
liilure stor, oti Ft-Tt street.
!- Office hours fi'im S to 12. 52V 4t
i fj. V. AaII5Is ww 5
fJF.Gs TO IXKORM HIS IKlUXliSTIIAT
I KtiDfht tlip Mion of Thomas Trntiatf, on Fort SI.,
Near Kins, where he will continue the bus.ness of
Repairing & Constructing Liglit HacLiuery
KO V A l
KlINAKT l'F.UKJc KlI.S'KHEIMSfAUTK
HI. A M il K.
ADDI.I'IIK -(!. I.IXV CHAliOXS S. M.
IHH LY CAlSl.N KT.
The atwvr? fnv.rite brands of Chan-pscne, in quarts and
pints, are just received and . flvred for sale hy
59 out II. HACKKKI.I & CO.
G. W. NORTON,
c o if v i: iz fc a r a a k is,
ON THE KSPLANAPE,
First Dcor above the Custom-house,
Ilonolulit, II. I.
1 . 1 $6.
SVilWX AND X0LVSSi:S
tKOM IMO.XKi.R MILLS, Lnliaian : Crop
coming iu and for stie til quantities to suit puicliasers
By VtAI.KK.lt, A LI. K.N .V CO.
Sl vMir AM) MOLASSKS
MKTCAI.F I'LAM iTIOX. r
-s- CKinmg hi and f r sale in quantities to still ptirt hasi
Hy WALK Kit. ALLLN ,v CO.
NKMIk AM) llOLASSMS
JMtOM I.UHK I'l.AXTATIUX. CHOI'
JB- ctniiing in and lorcMlc in quantitt.-s to sui' pur. had. rs
5A-oiii WALK 1 11. ALLKN CO.
A sjr uccfs' A'uticc.
T II Kit K AS, J o S 1 A II C S I A I. I I N fl.
Men-haul, then r. -oilniv in lii.tiolnlu. Island i. Oiihu.
did, on the day of Match, lsoj. assii;ii to tlie undersigned
all his Lst.ile, l. r the hem lit ol his creditors ; and aheieas,
there is a roll-nh ra''!- sum si.-w ri li.aliiiin; in the hands of the
niiilcisijrned uinliMrii.iit. il, tor the reason that souk- claims are
preferred against the Lslate w hich the undersigned do not think
Hums-Ives jimifk-d in p.ij-ii.p ; Th.-r. i..r-
re is le-rehy
i given, that unless those whose claims have I
nail coiiunencc suits lit the Courts id this country for Iherstah-
I shin, i.l ol their s ud claims l-h,re.the hr-t day of January,
Isti, tin y aid he hoMcu to have waived any Mich ch.rlns, and
the balance in our hands will in: iLMrii.nl. il on that day.
AI.K.V. J. CALI V IllOIIT,
t HAS. C. 1IAKKIS.
Honolulu, Oahu, July L'5. lild. - 5J9 Urn
Of Real Estate in Honolulu.
BY VIIITI KOF AX IIKDKR ISSt'KI) WT
of the Supreme Court i.f t,t. Hawai au Islands,
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION",
(in Wedtiesilnv, Jnlj S."f, A. I). I sou,
. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, ON THK 1'KI- XIIKS.
X(. Pj-fmivps 011 Plinrlibowl SilVVt,
Ueloiurim tD the Kst.it? nf the late (. II. C. Incraham. and re
cently occupied Ly Messrs. Innnrl and MeShane,
anil adj lining the premises of U C. si l.-rs. '
The Lot measures 7" feet on funchhwnt street, an. I txlemls
in the rear IM) feet, and has a Dwelling House there, it, and
wafer laid in.
For further particulars apply to the undersigned.
.1. W. AI's'TIN.
15'2! 21 For It. F. Iiisrah.itn. Administratrix.
'IP ixl 1 Seasoii.
The Al 13 years Clipper JJark
tA-'l at:!'- OviV.Vs
"it ':022.5Es IS SIXTOX
('apt. 1'nmall, 3't'i Tons Itosistcr.
WAS T(J LKAVE LIVEKl'OOL Al RIL 10th WITH
A FULL, AM) ( (IMI'MlTllCAItfiO
Especially Selected for this Market, comprising
IKON, HOOP IRON, &e.,&e., &c.
A Til A IN" OF 3 CAST IKON CAKK0N
SCO AU PANS,
4 STEAM CLAKIFIEKS. (McOnie's make.)
50 IKON COOLERS,
INI). COOPE .fc Co.'s BOTTLED ALE,
WHITE LEA I AND OIL,
BLACKSMITH S COAL.
.'-3 in .IA MO.. ii It EKX Ai f.
Ill .VCS AM) STOI'I'FltS
1, IK, and 1 inch.
f,rt I'KOVISKIX A NO MOI.ASSESPAnr.ElS,
For Sale I y
C. HRKVVKK ir Co.
CHAIN CAIII.KS, t and i inch.
ror rale l v
.t.V..m C. ItRKWKR fc Co.
llbh. Portland Ccnirnl
si t It Will' It V
C. r.RKVKIt 4- Co.
-sin V i I I.- It V
C. I UF.WK.R Co.
VF E V M (i li E nf t lie V I LI. I A XI S A. O II
'. IS" plain, itiexn-nsive, sinittle an 1 effective
SKvVIX; M ACIIINKS
Will do any kind of wVi. strong stich, and n-d hahle to pel
cut of order.
X rico f$ Zl G .
b2S-?m For Sale hy C. BF.KWKR Co.
It L A XKETS
Heavy White, bear let and lilue Iilankctn.
74 and 'J'Z inches.
OR SALE 1SY
63-im C. ERF.WF.lt ft Co.
riOPl'ER SINK IM MI'S.
V Eng-ne Well 1'umpn,
For Sale by
C. BREW tR ft Co.
s-r The San J'rancis.-o Kn.Vfj'n. -f June 1Mb. has
C- BREWER Sl CO.,
OFFER FOR SALK
TontliUCl'ST MOt XTAlX STEAM '
1 Trenail Machine,
23493 Feet White Oak Plank, asstd.
7 Oak Kudder Posts,
1 Windlass Lgi
10,000 Feet Sheathing Boards,
Smooth Bottom Whale Boats,
White Oak Davits,
Bough Iajcust Trenails,
Xew Bedford Oil Shooks,
Oak Wedges, Dock Plugs, assorted;
Live Oak Buckets, Housing Irons,
Bundles Windows, assorted ;
Doors, iSsorted ;
Cases a.-sorted Clocks, fine selection ;
200 Oars, assorted ;
Axe Handles, Hickory ;
Fairbank's Scales, large si.o on wheels ;
Sharp's Axe Pattern Hatchets,
Hunt's Handled Axes,
3 Light Horse Cans,
20 Philadelphia Extra Heavy Hand Carts,
Xo. 1 Canal Barrows,
Planter's Hoe Handle's 4 ft 3 in. and 2 ft 4 in.
Eagle No. 20 Plows,
200 lbs Extra points for same,
Coils Manila Cordage, 4 in down :
Kegs Nails, assorted sizes ;
14,(HK 14-Oallon White Pine Keg Shooks.
XK K.I.KtJAXT TOI 1)1 (.(iV.
5;S II. I1ACKFKI l & Co.
,;.CaS.i: a?; esoi.,i;.
fBlI' lll'l. Alt IIOILKit XX I III I'IKK liOX.
B and l.NtiINK 4 inch ryluuh r, S inch stroke, complete.
To he had a har.iii.i lit
HONOLfLU IUON WORKS Co.
F"T CALIFOIIXI V CKMEXT.
P !-' lm
11. HACKFI.LD ti. Co
Just Received per "Comet!"
FROM SAN FK AN CISCO.
A S.MALI. LOT OF Al.VISf MILLS SIT-
V Kit FINE FI.OIR.
Fur Sale hy
6jr. M II. HACKFEI.n & Co.
Vim sab, a:.
. A SMALL LOT OF SIfiAlt KKO.VI TIIK
JX KOLOA I'LANTA MON. Superior quality.
In Uantitic3 to suit purchasers at
S,M lm S1KI.CIIKKS Co.
tiKO. C. Xlrl.EAN, Nnaann Ft.
Best California Brooms.
BIOIt SA lk v
.J6 im O. HKKWKR&Co.
Cstsloi s.b.H liisUati Oil.
" KOKC.i: V. Mcl.KtX. X'niniin Strrrl.
M olleis for sale a fi.p- rior ipiility of
HAWAIIAN' CASTOR OIL
Fur ltihriratii: or otliT pnriKtstii, nmi
K'T p-iintitie lni p'W-s. The atti iiti.ni of tlifr puMic is rr-spect-fully
called to the ahove oils. 5JQ ;tni
IFPKttF,T lilt VXDS.
m9 reduced pi Ices hy
l'OR SALK AT
HOM.KS t Co.
" COLDEX GATE AlILLS" FLOUR.
EJAK UK'S I ; XT It A . l EXTRA r'a.MII.V,
E Jl in quart, r aii'i haif s icks.
i:.tra Kamily Flour, in half hai rels.
I'nt up expressly for tier trade, a siixrier article for jalc l.y
5-5 ot 1IOLLKS if 'o.
J W f SHOOKS ex 1). C. Murray.
J-5 For sal- hy XVA I.lv KK. AI.I.EN A; Co.
IV",TK rlR liAKRKI, SHOOKS FOR
T v Sale low l y
5-'o 4t WAI.KKR, AI.I.KN 4 Co.
JJKCKIVKII PER ll.C. MI III! 1 , WAR- .
Its. ranted the pure and genuine article, full measure, fr :
sate at reduced prio. s hy :
J-5 5t I50LI.E3 A; Co. .
JIST It KCKI X" Kit PER MUKRA V, WAR
rant.;.t fresh ami iu ;.,.l order.
For Sale hy 1IOL1.KS 4- Co.
A titfI ft l" I PLY tl.V HAM) ASn FOR
A. ta sail
HOLM'S k Co.
Salmon per Ethan Allen.
VK ' KEC'EIVEl A SXI ALL LOT
w of superior quality COLU:
MB I A Itll Ell SALMON
in half h.irreii.
t'riiscr River Salmon !
I.XIIR SALE 12 V
5 KOM.KS & Co.
Ml-ISIS.ll A.W WE3 VI,B. MI..
CKIXMAXTLVOX IIAXIInn.l FOR SALE
J hy the C.sA", HARREI. or HALLOS at
--J'a JtOI.LES ft CVs.
Zr2ST-a.wL.LIC PiUUT !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
1 1 1 A T I X V A IX A TILE, li V R A U L E, FLEX
prcrvin?, Hiiti ctrriiive
For Coolers. Boilers, Roofs. ?teara Eiif.on. , Cast P' ws. Houses,
Fences, cclostners, Fteano-rs,
AXI ALL OTHER IROX or WOOD WORK.
For Sate hy
''-oni C. HREWF.R k Co.
For Sugar Boilers.
8 A C'C'II A KO.M ET ERS,
A FEET METAL THERMOMETERS.
For Sale hy
"-'Sin C. I1REWER ft Co.
wi'tta iS'sBsciiA -lose:.
a ILV 1-2 IXCII HOSE.
aaa 3 p:y J inch Hose,
3 ply 1 inch Hose, 3 ply 1J inch Hose.
OUTTA PKRCIIA PACKI.NC:
i, o-lC, , and 1 inch.
For Sale hy
-3 'im C. BREW LK ft Co.
For SA Fit AXCI.SCO.
The Fine Ila-vaiian Hark
t3 e r n 1 c e,
JCLIC8 BOHSI.LO, Master.
Ilsving the greater part of her Cargo cucaeed w, hjt
miick dispatch for lite above port.
For balance of freight and passage, offering superior
modations, apply to
- HACHrriv, , CO.
Keyiilar lit:ilili Iillc
TJie Kine American Bark
Com e t ,
CiKnniodere JOHN' I'ATY.
Will have immediate dispatch for Uie abuv'c twr4.
For freight or passage apy to
3i CLHRKWFR Co. '
EE:im ;iii;m Packet Bailie
SAX PUANCISCO 2
The A 1 Clipper Bark
CI1AS J. LOVKTT, daiinian.h r.
XVill follow the M1LTO.X BJUUER, in the abovs Uos
r freight or passage having superior accouimodati-nis for
cahin and steerage passengers apply to
W ALKKK, ALLKN tt Co., Agauta.
Airnt at San Vrancitco,
525 5t CIIAS. W. KKOOK3 k Co.
2Stesimcr " KIJLAUEA !"
' - " " "- i - -7-r.
Will liCave Honolulu
Everv jX-Xonda v !
AT -1 IV XI., I'ltKClSKIA- (t'NTl L Kt'KTIi KK NOTH"K)roi
AND LXTERMEDIATC PORTS, Viz:
Returning xcill .iace
Kealakekua and Kailua crery W e Juesilny,
Kawaihae every Thursday n.i-lit,
Kalea.li po ev.-ry Kriday inorninp.
, Lahaiua tarry Fri l.-iy oii-ht.
5J6 ly WALKER. ALLE.V Jt Co.. Agents.
1. V. HASSCOM. B. S. SMITH. THUS. -KXRKKOlST. ST. ST. WaXSCOM.
IIAaA'NCO.Tl Sc C.,
Vetna. Iron Arorks!
South F-tst corner Fremont and Tehama Streets,
Manufacturers of Iron Casting's and Ka
clxinery of all kinds.
Particular attention pai l to SUGAR MILL-MACHINERY,
TKY WORKS, Ac, fcc. .
Prawinfts for Machinery made at our establishment and fur.
1 nished free of charge. Orders solicited and will he Hilts!
; promptly. 4 Sot
E. O. HALL Sl SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
; New C-c o C3.J3 !
Among which may lie found, the
; fOIIKfi COOK and II A KI CIIOK STOVKS,
i' liandl-.l Oo's. Ilunt'a Axes, Hand Axes, Hoy's Axes,
t'.s.k's ltiis. rick Axes, nine. Pick M.niorfcs,
Hand rawa, lj.nther llelfins;. Clinch Nails,
Kliptic S;.rn.K3, Iron axles, 11 inch reps.
Men, Women and hoy's laia. I'lauiwr's hoes. Bog hoes,
Chords, sjiades, IM .as. Harrows, Cultivators,
It. in fr.i.uw.. tt'. W. Urust.es. Paint ftru-h.'P.
Men's Saddles, lainiern's fn.iii;in. Sole Leather,
Harness Leather. I'uinica alone, Koiteai stone, Hinfrs.
Bo- k lis, W liis li.arroas. I'aris and Chrome Oreen,
rutty in hlailders. Varnish, VV omen's saddles,
Malchets Caite knives,
AXH EXI'ECTEI) liV II.C.MlRKATJ
1, 6d, 81, Iftl, lil, 20.1, Srtd, 40.1, MM, GCiTNails, and . 6 and
6 inch Spikes. bjA SH
JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSE,
w HSa a f
just ki;c h:i vi: i
13si.i c COall ET ! "
LAlltiE ASSORTMENT OF
iv is at c; o o x w .
Just Received and For Salo
I'.IKG'O OF Bll.ri "VICTOR ! "
ComprisinE a Full Assortment
Of North West Lumber !
V IZ :
CAXTI.IXf;, TIM HER,
RoL'OH AND PLANER HOARDS,
TDX(ifKl) AND UKO IV ED BOARDS,
PICK ET5, LATHS, and
XV HITE CEDAR SIIAVEO SHINGLES.
CARGO OF BAKU "MONITOR!"
Redwood Scanttlnr, 2x3 up to 8xS,
Redwood Brds, ron-h and surfaced planed ;
! Redwood Surface Planed and i inch Ceiling Boards,
4 and 6 feet Pickets,
Redwood ShaTed Shingles.
Ife hate also On Hand a Complete Assortment
ISuildcrN ISartlirnrc !
BHrote, Paint-;. Oils,
Windsor Ulasx, Wall Brushes,
Taint Brushes, Wall Toper, fc, f:e.
And arc prrpared to fill ail orders in our line. Having
On the premises enables us to execute orders for nica work
For Sale Low at the ysrr! of
LEWERS & DICKSON,
Fort. Kinff and Mercliant Sts.
WR, r;T IROX.Sl'CAR COOLERS.
6Jo 5t H- HACKFtLD Co.