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C O ST 2YTE It C I A X. .
First Whaler from Hie Arctic.
X.4TC4r. OCTOBER 13. ISoft. j
? We xt kef are eilkd stunt, to the imports arc of Ch- !
acre . 1 Uer valus for breeding (be wool; but as yet,
o t made BoTfcrit taw an) introducing 5
them UiVt tlit kingdom, at Watt beyond making ir.qu Ties rr- I
pectin the cost. c This U Ihe !g1t:mst sphere ,f aa !
Br-xakaral svciety to ah! farmers In a new country ia obtain-
lu new varieties of choice stock and animals. A firmer' '
saotary g'n.erally absorbed in improvements oa his estate, j
ml M ia wily whea be reaches the p-i:iou of independence I
that be cats be expected to lay out any large Mm in su h '
On the Mhr law!, Ihe faiads of a snrfe'y are cnotri- j
bated by Individuals. M" the rxpre-s pjrpose of aiding lo nrh i
enuneiara aa iavWve time, large eutlay, and rik. Ia U.ia !
mrtct,w aericw twrl tort ty h little or bo better than if it
had Bwa essence. A Xt.tPg can pobol.ly be expected fr-m.
tli snwrce, wouU rt a. it be well far twa or three of our former
ear graaiers t- combine an-1 rJer a pair or even one of Ihe
CtsVuers gts. That the investment will prove a pnfllat.Ie
esae, saay b tafrrrrtj front the fallowing extract from a la'.c
Amrfiraa agricQ'tural j wnl :
The average we-ht Jt a fitll
nuc hOJi lryJ ad Bfty f-onda.
g. j 'r i i Vj;i-i --
Oa Thursday afternoon the wbaleshin Chamvion. Cart.
. arrived frotu the Arctic Occs.n, Lathi left the m Saline
! rrour-1 on the 13th, and the S!rits oo the 15th. The wither
j had tern Very stormy and rough throu,;!? ot the sun-mer.
j Toward the r.d of Au;;i;st it became better, aud was good ia
i September. The Champion cruiacd aa far North as 71 3 20.
j ThT! were about J lnp on the ground, aod if .the weather
continued fair during Bcpletulxr, it ia prutatle that a a'-Al
, in the countrj, in direct contrdiation of the truth J The
; nri'l the fact". Comment in unnowsarr. i chanz
This arpointrncnt wouM appear to be a final
effort of the present Administration to impart
life to a sickly patient, and by the adrainidtra
tion of drags and rtimulanta to keep the Gov-
I ernment organ Larking a little longer. We
j envj no man's reputation who undertakes the
I performance of euch obsequious service. What
inake.4 this the more eiogular is, that jut
i at this time there is an effort made to establish
j a new daily paper, which, were the obnoxious
Clovtrniuent sheet dippo&ed of, would liiect with
! general favor and support. But the Adminis
j tration appears inspired with the determination
r to put down free thought, control public sentiment
ttUU LI 'C
V. S. MV-iR lIospiTAi- An important
e has taken place in the management of this
institution, at the instance of Vice Consul Tbos. Fm
Wiln, who came out vested with authority by ti e
American Government to make such changes aa
might, in Lis opinion, be considered necessary.
The American Hiatal System, as conducted at
them? Islands, has. from time immemorial, been a
Sii'kemk Cot rt. The October term of the Court
opened on Monday last. Chief Justice AiJ-EX pre
siding. The week has boon entirely occupied with
native cases of little or no general importance. The
trial of foreign cases will commence on Monday
next. In that of the Kins vs. Pahukoa, the na
tive who is accused of the murder of Mr. Mclntyre
at llanaltri. Kauai, a few weeks since, and ibo was
one haa.i-tft ( The a;(r.a l Oeece of the buck i:i an u cl'L """n reorU .00 barreli of ol! and 10.000 poun ls of
abuuC s aw.aad ami that of the d e four pun.l. Tte fir I h.jne. He took hia nrt whale on the lith of June and hia
aHt-lTalil l"ltf ilf i0!"1' "L T,K. B,'y article, la,t whale on the 10th S,.ten.hrr. boot which date the whalea
, Imaa leai tu twelve tuch9 tn leoUi, heovath ahich ia (uuimI two
nt three Mam tf alwtt ami a ery Mae U ,wo frmn which the 10 n,),,e ':h, and the eround waa then clear cf them.
O-Wbealxi Cahaere axe mannfactarea. Thia down la of ; In all he took 8 whale, averaging about 0 barrel.
Ike iJ ( the eee will d"nd et.tirely U-,n the rr.J- cf i 0rst re"rt " " rtrT fir one-
the axumal prolactin it; but it ma be af. jr stated that four j 1 Adeline ...4 whale.
currency to its antiquarian, obsolete
public abuse, and all the remonstrances of friends ; indicted at the present term of the Supreme Court,
of the seamen and of the Government Lave hitherto ! the counsel for the prisoner entered t special plea,
proved of no use in correcting the abuses. Some ' claiming that the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court
five years ago Dr. Daxley was sent out as a special j did not extend to the case of a crime committed
commissioner to investigate and rectify any malad- j oa aaotLer island, and within the jurisdiction of a
ministration, but bevoud aboli,hin the hospitals at , Circuit Court. The Attorney-General argued that
HiloanJ Lahaiua. nothing appears to have boi.a the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court was concur
done by him towards reforming the system. In- I reDt with the CIrcuit Courts- and tLat if" for a,1-v
CT . . . i .... .
8et4. 1 Aruokla..
June 20 A arrra. ....... .
Aug. 10 Awa.hocika..... .
!ar per :-1 f-.r half breed, and eijrht dolUrs per pound
r pure arera bcto is a ery mwierate eximate Tor Ihe Aaier
Uom auarkeC wbile aa hiarh aa Cfiy tlolUra per pKind haa teen
OVred (or Aoiencan fleeces in the French mark-t.
Aa the ehK-f value of the l aahinere goat i ita'Ceece, it
la naiaral eoouah that th.e wiahinz to enzaite in Uie hu-ii.
lues should d-ire lo cjcnmence with none but full-blood. ! Jar.eSO Canton Packet....
iu arihr to rralise a aaore immediate return: lat experience ha i S--pt. It Contrrrv 1st
already shown th.t it ia far wUer to ertiaa a fuil-bloud. or even f Aug. 2 C'orrM-Iius HowUr.d..
a Lall-tlooJ, buck with a doe of the cuuiiuon eoat kind, costinr t 1 Coral..
X' V head, th.in to imp-t lualc and fctualea froru Asia June 1 Ina'l Wood, (had a hole alove In by ice)
at a oat of not l-as than fiOO s!reie riskins; ad the casual!. ! S pt. 1 1 Klii a Adttua
tars ijcm-mi so a sea voyage aiul cnaae of clul ate. i:y breed- l r.uajetje....
Ing apoo acrtM of the haif-breed Lock with a common die, ! Aug. 1 Kur-pa....
yw acquire a finer rrwle each auccessive year, which by the 1 Fanny....
fuwrth cnaa Will hav bare obtaioexi an animal Utile, if any, i 14 Ftorida....,
and desfKitic ideas. How long the r uhlic will i tted iu keepiyg up the old system of charges.
submit to such dictation how long the peot le i hange now made consists in letting out the hos pi
will continue to vote funds fur such base pur- ! tal to tLe Person wfao will keep it at the lowest cost
poses remains to be seen. So far as the Min to tLe bome rSovernnn-nt. Tenders were called for
istryis concerned, we candidly believe that if received by Mr: AVilson the result of which is
t!ww..n i ntB mat it u of Mf A v Cartwriat. to maintain
tUy could to-day sujpress every paper but their t!lf. sick anJ dUabIoJ seain,a at 4S cents per diem
owu, l I it v won i.i nrk c. k
deed, there were pretty broad hints at the time, ' Koou r'aon' prosecution si.ouiu move any b.icn
that he had been bought over?' bv those inter- ; tir,alid to tL? Supreme Court, there was nothing in
The ! lJL V lo Prevent. i;ut tne Court, alter consiuer-
,3Clio Ilawullan Club f Iioston.
tuWmr lo the full blooded on-, and at a mere lithe of the
CuU, (baking a due allowance for the trouble aud time expended
la accMnpli-hing tite object.
T-iking into e--odileTtno :he ertablishel bet that the Cash
mere g-wt by the prucras already ref-rred to is resvlily a-cliuiat-ed,
and can be husbanded as easily and as successfully as
blooded or gradf sheep, and its fleece, weighing fully aa much,
caa eusuaaand thirty dotart per pound ia the market, while
wool w.U beio ai-ut as many etmtt, it would appear that
arguwnt oo the objnct la aunece-Mary. To enlerprisiog cap
; llait.U tUa baiines protalaea more certain return thaa ny we
knew of, ami aa hug aa fauhiou rules tl land they may be
ore of a libeial markeC
A sample of choice Cashmere wool, just aa it appears cut
from a goat, auwaahed, can be seen at our ofCce said to be
worth S3 per pound.
A New Turk paper saya that notwithstanding- the ravages
1& Gov. Troupe...
15 Helen Mar....
July 1 Helen Soow...
July 31 James Allen...
31 James Mauiy.
Aug. 1& Janus.........
1 Jireh Perry...,
10 Ji.bn I lowland.
July SI John Wells....
Aug. 1 Joh a P. W est .
1 5 La-roda .......
Sept. 1 l.ydia
June IS Martha......
e intended before this to hav.T called the
f uttention of our readers to the organization of
h man. vas aecepteu. Utuer bids were
I made, varying from oC to 75 cents. The old rate
was c-'G cents, or nearly double what the same ser-
; ation of the arguments pro and con., on Thursday,
decided that criminal cases must be tried by the
Courts of the Circuit in vhich they occur. We
presume that Tahukoa's trial will be had in May.
at Kauai. Although it seems a long time to defer
the course of Justice, and a great hardship if an
innocent person should be imprisoned, say eleven
months to await the annual term of his Circuit
Court, yet such is the law as it now stands, as in-
July 15 Mercury.,
" -" yttwmtrm c-icaiiiuilH uunng iMIJ, ue wnaling I Aug. 31 Mllo...
fleet of New Eng!and has fully recovered It original strength. ! 31 Nau'.ilua
There are 20 veaael. averaging 350 tots burthen each, now on
wbalinj expeditions from various New England orts, and the
fleet ia the largest aeut to Uie whaling r moods by any Country
la the world. Yet ia the past 15 years the business has greatly
-lecreased. and prtruleana ha taken high rank as a successful
competitor to whale oil. The chief portion of the New England J
whaling Sect e.mea from St CoHi-rd, which bis 174 sail.'
Beyond that of the first whaler from the Arctic we hare do
foreign arrival to report this week op to this writing, though
BevrTai"YesaeIs are overdue and eagerly looked for. The
ship Cry Ion Is 111 days out and the Arctic 135 days, front
Boatosa, and the bark A. J. rope, IU days from Bremen.
The lolmni as also 114 days oat from Boston.
The bark Comet sailed on Saturday last, taking a full cargo
of domestic produce, including sugar, rice, ""I Tf, Ac The
sports of sugar and molasses thus far have been :
"ccab Kxporta to September 30..........
Per Sc-br Milton r adirrr.Ort. I ,
Per rUrk Maunakea ifct. 4........
Per Bark Comet, (XI. 6..
Total t Oct. 6
-Exports to S.-pt. CO .... ....
Per M:lton lfedcer. Oct. 1...
Prr Minerva, Oct. X.. ............. 4,352
Per Maunakea. Oct. 4............. 1.043
Per Comet, Oct. S. ........ ....... 6,735
31 Norm in.....................
31 Northern Light...
31 Oc-an ,
1 Olirer Crocker................
1 Ontario. ............ .........
20 President ...
July 31 Roscoe, clean, stove hole in and left Ihe ground.
t Aug. 1 Ueorge 5 whales.
JUy 20 Mephnma, small por on board and left for Pctropoloski
Sept. 13 Tamerlane............................... clears
I Tina. I'ickasou. ...................... ...5 whales.
1 Three Brothers .........11
1 Tridrnt. ............. ........ ...........3
Aug. 1 Gen. fcotl. ............................ ..a u
13 Jos. Maxwell............................ clean.
20 Almira. 5 whales.'
3 1 S plrnd id. ............................ ...7 m
Aug. 31 Mnnticelio 4 M
15 Nile, (Cape k'ish died July 4, of aneurism )4 "
31 Pern.. .......................... ........1 h
31 Kk.ri.Ia 900 barrels.
31 II tab llsatB a . .
Ship Spltndid lost chain and anchor.
John IIoclmd lost two anchors.
Total to Oct. IX 7 7.76 galls.
The aaaDu fact are of sugar and molasses has fallen off very
bach from what it would have been had prices of these articles
been sustained In San Francisco, and it seems now hardly pro
bable that the toUI exporrfor this year will reach the estimate
of twenty minions made some months since.
In another column win be noticed a report front the Arctic
fleet of wbalera. The Cnt news last year reached us co the
7th of October, a few days earlier than this year. It ia consid
ered good for first report.
From IIo.vr.Koxa un Sax Fkaxcisco per Mary Frances,
Oct. 6th 100 rolls matting. 6 pkar clothing, 2 c cigars, 1 c
...", - o" o larnuerea ware. 1 rs ivory ware. 1736
Pg uu'(xciurU muse irora iiongicong. ol pkg dry gotid, 600
qr sks floor, 200 sacks rice, 23 cases boot and shoes. 9 cs haU,
40 bxs apples, 10 bxs onion, 83 sks bran, 25 cs cider, 17 pkg
For Sax Faasmtco per Comet, Oct. 0:h 66 bg pe nuts.
6300 empty bottles. I06 bags (16 000 lbs) rice. 2754 pkgs
f376 127 Ibsi nnu ofti i.ln f-.1K n.n 1 oi i. n.
'- ' ajmir are apjor oaa sranctsco, j (.ou; goat skins, iJ batr (6957 Ibsj wool, 3 bis pa(cr.
to sail la about a week or ten days. I Value (..reign produce. $294 00.
The bark II. C. M.rray U expected toniay or to-morrow 1"" produce, $34,585 4 0.
u ror nitca-s uuid per Lottie Marie. Oct. 6jh 3 coils
1 ror. 10 ntia muir. liiti rntir in l.i.i rwrir 1
OoU In New York, Sept. 13, waa quoted U&314S. 1 Value foreign produce. $507 65.
i For IIowlssd's ILsn rxr Vimront rw-f
flour. 1 keg butter, 14 bbls pork, 2 cases gin.
from 2 an Francisco, with dates to September 28 ih to 29th.
Gold In New York, Sept. 13, waa quoted 14&S14S.
Sperm oil Sept. 1, $2.76; whale $1;4S bone $1.40.
As one of the results of the war it may bo stated that there
mm u pvwu ihm u i. uiicu cuici 00 acss tuaji twenty
Ave atanofactories of artificial legs.
The largest brick yard ia the world is about to be established
at Chicago. It will be SOO feet long by 400 wide, and wiU con
taio machinery adequate to the manufacture of 200,000 bricks
per day. A canal 2,000 feet long, 200 wade and 20 deep, is to
be dog. connecting the yard with the sooth branch of the river
the earth excarated to be used in the manufacture of brick.
The work is to be commenced immediate!, and the kilns will
be burning this scusoo.
Iscowas The San Francisco Call saya that it appears there
are in that city !,0tf4 persons whae nt tncomrs .mounted la
. over I I.90U each, of thes. 163 had incomes of $10,000 and
upwards each. Nicholas Luning. banker, heails the list with
an luroaae of $111 next ia Jaa. P. Pierce, miner, with
$102,011; next Michael Reese, real estate owner, with $43,654.
John Parrot, Louie McLane. J. W. ftliers, P. Sal her. and T. II.
Selby. are the only fines besides the above whose Incomes ex
aved $M.0D0. Fifteen persons have incomes each between
$30,000 and $54,000.
The ealkers strike to Boston has ended by the succumbing
of the strikers lo Ihe terms demanded by the merchants and
toaster workmen. The Boso Journal says : It never ought
to have been ewasaeoced and thia very many of the best work
men in the trade freely admit. It waa coenmtneed in behalf of
Ihe New York calkera, who have apeays cut under the Bnetoo
ealk-r, and In thia way have taken thousands of dollars' worth
f work from them, and who ia this very movement backed
ant almost aa auoo as Ihe Boston calkera struck in their behalf,
and left them to fight the battle out a)ncw.n
Tas Mostr-Oaota Ststsm. The Washington Chronicle
says that the new law of Congress In relation to the monry-orJrr
system was put in force 00 the 11 July, and all the offices are
aow trrauivg suwier at proruioo. The work log of the system
ta changed in several respects, and orders of $50 and under are
now sold, while under the old system the maximum was $30.
The tVes Sir money onlers have also been changed, orders from j
$1 lo M b-ing now iaued at 10 e-nla, and over $ J0 to $50 in- '
elusive at 24 cents, fnd-r the old law. when it was necessary
for a duplicate to he issued, aa affidavit with stamp was first
required, tor which the party had to pay, as also a fee for the
e-ruueate. I rlrT the new law ttoatmasters can ad
Yalu domestic produce, $ 130 34.
For Sax Faaxctsco per Comet, Oct. 6th Mons and Madame
esnoyer. t cnimren ao.l servant; Capt. ami Mr. Ilahy. .Mis
M. Whitney. Krnest Mitchell, T. Smith. P. Ptekn. Mr. Doven.
1,. ijBiniiion. .urs. j. j. Ayers, .iis M. Har
rington, lalentuie Hummel, N. P. Center, P. DelenhardL U
W. Massey, J. Sylva 21.
I Fo, w,!,w-l Posts per KiUuea, Oct. 8th O.
I f. Burrss, Mis Kroma Metcalf. W. SniiUi. J. Keed, T.
jJen. E. M. McCooke, 11. Wood, Mrs. Waller .
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 13.
On our first page will bo found a lengthy arti
cle on the Public School Question, to which wo
call the attention of all interested in its discus
sion. The communication has been on our table
some three or four weeks, but owing to the
crowded state of our columns, wo Lave been un
able to give it an insertion till to-day. It will
bo found on perusal an unanswerable refu
tation of the article in the government organ,
which called it out, and the most clear and
powerful exposition of the management of the
- w-et iw new w. fF-tnaiicn can aomioia- i , , . t . , . , . .
ter oaths tree of charge, and the certificate is also (urnuied Bvho1 bureau, that has yet appeared in print.
rr'ae.Thei: J?Dy::JL?", this question is agitated, the more
j the above Society in ISoston, which comprises
I some twenty or thirty of the old pioneer resi
dents of these islands, among them Jas. Ilun
newell, Capt. Chas. Brewer, Gen. Marshall, .
I. Bund, G. D. Gilman, Benj. Pitman, R. Vf.
Wood, W. Goodale. D. il. Weston, &c. who
dt ill and alwavs will return an aloha for the land
j of their adoption. The objects of the club are
briefly set forth in the following statement,
received by a late mail :
Boston, July 1, 1S66.
Ixa Sib : The Hawaiian Club has been organized " to
Clean. I promote social intercourse among the friend or jiaw.ii, resiuent
in or visiting It. ..ton and vicinity, and to advance me interests
...5 whales. ! f the United States at the llawanan lsl:imi. ana ttis welfare
........1 of the Hawaiian Nation, by collecting and diffusing informatioo
4 u bearing thereupon, and by ail other honorable incite."
, ....10OO barrels. 1 ' members meet on the afternoon of the third Wednesday
V whales. of each month. They are aUays glad to see at their meetings
.......11 friends from the Hawaiian Islands who happen to b in this
........1 u neighborhood, and to hear from those who are too far away to
clean. be personally present.
rbalcs. I At a late meeting or the Clun. the Secretary was instructed to
open a Kegisltr or tJirtciory in which to record the address
of all present or former resident of the Islands, who uiay hap
pen lo be iu the United States, so far as this can be learned,
lie was also instructed lo invite the friends of the Club at the
Islands to send him for insertion in this register, notice of the
intended departure of themselves cr friends for the I'nited
j Plates, of tiiet.mewheu they exiect to arrive here, of their
l'ost-omce address in this country, ami of their contemplated
movements, so far as they may be prepared to announce them.
It 1 thought that such a register may be found quite useful.
If the plan meet your approval, will you make it known as
occasion may offer, and co-operate with the Club, by furnishing
any information in your power that shall further it.
The Club will always be glad to receive from its friends any
other information that will help it members to carry out its
general purposes as above set forth.
lours very truly, Edwabo P. Bosn,
(Address for the present. Edwakd P. Bo so, Board of Trade
Booms, lioaton, Mass.)
A9 soon as Queen Emma's projected visit to
New York was known, the Hawaiian Club took
steps to call the attention of the U. S. Govern
ment and of the New York city officials to the
fact, and the result was that the department of
State at Washington, sent a- commissioner to
make all necessary arrangements. Gen. Mar
shall was very zealous in his efforts to honor the
Queen, and no doubt added much to the recep
tion. The club is having a good influence in
creating a social and patriotic spirit among 11a
waiians residing in the United States, and in fur
thering such enterprises as will tend to foster
Hawaiian commerce and agriculture. In this
connection, the fullowing extracts from a letter
received by us from Dr. Wood, will prove in
Coxconn, Mass., Aug. Sth, lKOC.
Henry J. 117ijiey, Esq.,
I was present at a recent
meeting of the " Hawaiian Club, ' assembled at the
beautiful country residence of our old friend Jas.
F. B. now Gen. Marshall. Our island friends will
not have forgotten the generous bopitality,m for
which Mr. and Mrs. Marshall have always been dis
tinguished. An elegant collation, with the usual
display of bunting Hawaiian aa well as American
with specimens of Hawaiian Ait, awaited, on
this occasion, the reception of their guests at Ail
burndalc about twenty in all, amongst whom
were Mr. Andrews of New York, and Mr. Warreu
Goodale of Texas.
The meeting was a spirited one, although our
uost gave us uouiuijr to uniiK, stronger men a cup
of the best ILncnliun Koua coffee. The princinal
subject of discussion was that of steam communi
cation, between tan francisco and Honolulu.
General Marshall and Mr. II 1. Bond, formerly of
Kauai, had been commissioned by the club to pro
ceed to Washington aud urjre upon members of
Congress, the claims of thellawaiiau Islands lo be !
included in the contemplated steam route between
San Francisco and China, and had just returned :
and from them I learned that the Pacific Mail
Steamship Company had not rucceeded, at the late
session of Congress, as you apprehended they
would, in obtaining on unconditional release from
tiieir oougauon to inciuue Honolulu in their route. 642-3m
A. resolution to that end had been introduced into
the Senate, by Senator Conness of California, in the
interest of the Pacilic Mail Steamship Company. It
finally passed the Senate, with important amend
ments, viz: First That the company's steamers
should make thirteen instead of twelve round trips
. i . : u... i ti. . . .i -1 ,..,,
I.v Memoriam. On Sunday last died Charles
Hammett Davis, eldest son of Judge Robert G.
Davis. Although he had been feeble for some time,
very few of his acquaintances knew that he was se
riously ill till a short time before his death.' He
never possessed robust health, but his fondness for
and proficiency in his studies, raised hopes of a fine
scholar, and during Lis course in the Royal School
and Oahu College he gained the affection of his
teachers and fellow pupils by the exhibition of rare
and kindly traits of character, which grew with his
years. How true it is that " death loves a shining
mark," and takes too often the most promising in
the community. The funeral took place at the resi
dence of Judge Davis on Wednesday, and drew to
gether a large concourse of family friends. The
remains of young Davis were deposited in theNun
anu Cemetery, and the lesson we must learn is, that
"Await alike the inevitable hour.
The path of glory leads but lo the grave."
For "Waihee, Katri.
vice will now be performed for. This change ought j terpreted by our highest judicial authority. The
to have been made years ago, and had Dr. Baxley I decision is an important one, on a question which
executed his duties faithfully, it would then have ha3 not before heen raised.
been doue. It "s said that a still further economy
might be had, were the patients lodged in the
Queen's Hospital. But we question the propriety
of such a change, at least with the present limited
accommodations of that institution. That build
ing was erected for the benefit of native Hawaiians,
and should be preserved for their use. Its perver
sion to the use of foreigners, would tend to ex
clude more or less those for whose benefit it was
designed. Every one will rejoice that there has at
last been a change in the management of the Marine
Hospital which, it is hoped, will prove a benefit to
the U. S. Government as also to the sick sailor.
The line Srhoonor 31 A BY E L L E X !
J. WEST, Master.
Runs rerularly to the above port. For freight or passage,
apply to the Captaiu on board or to
- 6m c. BREWER i Co., Agents.
G. BREWER & CO.,
TOXS LOCUST MOUNTAIN STEAM
pe- The bark Z. 0. Murray may be looked for
early next week, with the Eastern mails. She is
probably two weeks out to-day. Last year the
ftnyrniole arrived October 14.21 days passage, and
the Count October ltf, 19 days passage.
Gutta Percha Hose
1'L.Y 1-2 INCH HUSK,
atsa 3 ply i inch Hose,
3 ply 1 inch Hose, 3 ply U inch Ilose.
Cntta Terrha racking, 1-8, 3-1 G, 1-4 A. 3-8 inch.
512 3in For Sale by C. BREWfcK 4 Co.
160,000 FEET REDWOOD.
Cargo of the Milton Badger.
2x4 8x4 4x6 2x6 8x6 6x6
20.000 1 inch Surfaced one side,
10,000 1 inch Surfaced both sides,
4.000 tucb Surfaced one side,
4,000 inch Surfaced both sides.
Tongucd and Grooved!
20,000 1 inch planed one side,
10,000 1 inch planed both sides,
10,000 inch planed oue tide,
10,000 1 inch planed both sides.
Verandah Posts !
2000 4x4 Planed all sides.
Bough Boards !
20.000 Feet 1 inch,
3,000 Five feet Pickets, planed both sides.
00.000 Shaved Redwood,
200.000 Shaved White Cedar.
For Sugar Doilers.
SACC'IIAKO.M KT KUS, M I C It OSCO I'ES.
4 FEET METAL THERMOMETERS.
a 42 3ia
Jrr Sale by
C. IlKKWIK & Co.
HONOLULU SOAP "WORKS,
II Y W. J. RAWLINS.
vTT.IIE PROPRIETOIl OP THE ABOTE
M Work is prepared to supply his customers, and the pub
lic in ireneral, with the best quality V KI,L.OV SUA 1.
SOFT SOAP nlvityai ou lantl.
Ibs Highest Pkice-waid roK Soap Ubkass.
(flOPER SINK 1'ITMI'S.
wy fcngioe Well l'u
uruos, Lifting Pumps.
Vor Sale by C. BREWER Jt Co.
HEAVY WHITE. SCARLET AM) EL.CE
Blankets, 74 aud 91 inches.
For Sale by
C. BREWER & Co.
rv-wTg. A GOOD DOUHI.E-SEAT. COVER.
r.QZ EI) FAMILY CARRIAGE, beinR the vroll-known
North West xL umber.
Scantling, 200,000 Feet
1x3 3x4 3x9 4x6 GxG
2x3 3x6 3x10 4x8 7x7
2x4 3x7 3x12 4x11 8x8
2x6 3x8 4x4 4x12
C0.000 Feet 3 and 4 lath Plank.
100,000 Feet 1 inch T. & 0. seasoned. "
6.000 Feet 1 inch,
2,000 Feet 1J inch.
3,000 Feet 1x3 planed both sides.
Rongh Boards, G0.000 feet. 1 inch.
25,000 Feet 1x8. 2 inch Plank, 25.0- 0 feet.
Paints and OiL
White Lead, in oil; White Zinc, in oil;
Chrome Ureen Chrome Yellow, Prussiaa Blue.
Celestial Blue, lied Taint, Black Taint. Taint Brush,
aarnian urusties, tash liruslies.
Copal Varnish, n.e very lust;
Sheet Zinc, 1) 12 or., and 14 ox..
Sheet Lead, 2 to 3$ lbs to sq. feet,
Kai!a, from uJ to OtW,
Tutty, Ulass, assorted.
PER BARK ARCTIC!
AND OFFER FOR SALE
a (;em:ual assortment
Consisting in part of
IV ;i via I Stores
Bbls. Prime Pork
Bbls. Mess Beef
Bbls. Pilot Bread
Bbls Pitch, Bbls Rosin
Cases assorted Meats
Cases Quahaugs, Cases Clams
Cases Oysters, Cases Herbs
Tierces Covered Hams
Quarter boxes Codfish
Kits Tongues and Sounds
Cases Loaf Sugar
Half bbls. Crushed Sugar
Boxes Chemical Soap
Will Leave Uonolul,,
On roiitlny, Oct, V
And every Motuliyfai.
AT 4 P. U-, PRECISELY (CXT1L FrETnrjT I
Returning uill J.
KeaUkekna and Kailua every Wednesdav
Kawaihae every Thursday WthlT'
KaU-i-olepo every rrida.
Mnama every fli I
640 3m W A LK ER. A LLEv aTiM
;,. The Fins U.walu, Bark
Uavint a Urge lart ol her cargo eon.i
1 ispatch f.w the above port. Ma, a
For Freight or Passage apply to
61 3t 11. Uinrvrr. . .
The n-allas Bark
303 Taa U,ui..u 1
Well found la every mpeet sad ready fwV- . I
lars apply to 1541 3il u 7t V
The A 1 Clipper Bark
ssk S m yrnibfe
If 77 i-e Quick Dispatch or 11
For freight or pansace having superior '
eabio and steerage passengers apply to -
Agtnti at San Francisco,
Messrs. CnA8. W. B
For MALIKO, Maul,
The Clipper Schooner HUB' -
3Hc Will rnn as a Beirular Prt.t .., J
Maliko. For freicht or passage anulv ta th ai '1
or to rail :m u ....TTT
IVew ISedibrd Dire;
The Al Clinnar i
Boxes &dt Water Soap gj
Kegs Cooper's Rivets
Kegs Sheathing Nails, Cooper's Anvils
Eley's Solid Handled Hoes
Planter's Hoes ,
Ames' Cast Steel D. Handled Round Point
Cases axe-pattern Hatchets, Nelson & Hunts'
Cases Shingling Hatchets
Kegs Wrought Iron Spikes 3.t and 6 inches
Croton Water Filters.
K. II. CAPPER, Commander. j V,
Will have Early Dispatch tor the above ports a J tl
ner cargo Duau ALKLAUJ OJi BOARD. Tfcs b.
clipper was built at East Boston by the celebrates k
at.D Mack at, and is one of the fastest and best taW
Whale Oil and Bone taken at lawtil v
Shippers of limes. Wool and Other t.i-t! h.
specially invited to examine this vsseel before ahipphra
waving superior Casiat Accommokitjom. she il
fesr cabin passengers at a low rate.
For freight or passage apply to - j
M4 3 in C. L. RICIURDg h C.
BOSTON OR NEW BED
anaer on-euciabie Iratares bars Been removed. Oo the 2d of
, anitmoal moory-orIer offices, mostly in the Sooth
nod M est, arid be put ia operation.
F.ir ? rBasci.w per Rem ice, sooo.
For Koua per Xrttae Mem II. Monday.
For Wispwaap Posts per KiUoea. on Monday.
patent will apjcar the unfortunate blunder made
of destroying our former school eysteni, replac
ing it with a new-fangled apparatus, in no way
adapted to circumstances or people, and confid
ing its management to men who are so totally
j unfit for their position.
This is no light matter. The right to direct
m the education and training up of our chil
dren lies at the foundation of all personal lib-
i crty. Ihe abrocation of it is an act of trriinnv
'""rrTmcK flafint as the taking away of the
British clipper ship Mary Frances, Thomas, 17 days right of manhood from persons who have OnCO
enjoyeu it. it is no palliation to say that they
PORT Ol" HOIJOIsTJIsU. H. I.
1 r Setu MerriU. Kinney, from Koln.
O.i-1 Fellow. Keyrndda. from Iiilo.
-tr K-klama. MaLahi. fmen Koloa.
"cbr Mn KHkl. An tone, from Kahului.
ehr Mary. Kellett, front Anahola.
0 ?ehr Moi WahJne, Georire. from SswiliwilL
?br Maonokawai. Marchant. fnin liana.
11 K-hr Kmaiine, Craor. from Knna and Kan.
11 Am h ahip Champion Worth from Arctic, with
00 bhls nL anil 10.000 lbs bru.
M Schr Xftlie Merrill. Kinney, from Knfc.
13 cchr Mary ftUlcn. West, from Waibce.
i are only "ignorant Hawaiians," whose right are
of no consequence. Theirs are as eacred
j as those of tho highest peer of the realm, and
j if the rights of any man can be taken away and
j trampled under foot, then can the riciits of
I all. Aa Hawaiians, we raise our voice in be
ffllalf of Hawaiian!. &nd call for reform. We
1; call for equality in the education of Hawaiians,
Am bark Comet. pty. f. San Francisco. i and for the removal of men from office who are
PP" Maria. -. Baker', j w rjr fc
KrTp. General of schools and the member.
cann s isiani. i : ui wit; ujatu ui xviucaiion
to China. Secoml That tht-y should establish ail
indept'tident monthly line of steamers between San
Francisco and Honolulu, with an additional sub
sidy of S50.000. Ia this shape, the resolution was
sent to the House and had not been returned by
the Committee charged with it when Con cress ad
journed. So the original contract remains for the
present, in statu quo.
I has far, the advocates or steam communication
between San Francisco and Honolulu, have been
successful and iu behalf of which. Gen. Marshall
and Mr. IJond have rendered very valuable services.
ine question will be presented to the next Con
gress during the early part of its session, for settle
ment. As the matter now stands, it would be more
satisfactory to all parties, if the Pacific Mail Steam
ship Company shuuld be released from the addi
tional thirteenth round trip to China, (which is no
benefit to anybody.) and instead thereof, should be J
required to run a semi-monthly line between San
Francisco and Honolulu. The direct steam line.
to China, will be strongly represented at the next
session, at Washington where too much can not
be expected of a few ex-Hawaiians, in behalf of
the supplementary line to Honolulu. They hope,
therefore, that the Government, and resident busi
ness community of Hawaii, who are more immedi
ately interested will not delay in adopting the
necessary measures, within their reach for securing
uie ooject uesirea.
vehicle, formerly owned bv A. 11. Hates. Ksn. Il
is very strong, well-made, and in pood order. The purchnser
will Cud it une of the cheapest, nv-st comfortable anil service
able carriages over imported, l'rice, 27 3. Possession
feivin November 1. Hi ltn II. M. WHITNEY.
A FF.WMOItKof Ihr. WIIX1.4MS& OR-
"i IS plain, inexpensive, simple snd effective
Will do any kind of work, strong stich, and not liable to get
out of order. 3F rlco $ 8 Q .
For Sale by
C. BUKWKK k Co.
Bungs and Stoppers, t-8, 1, 1 1-2 & i 3.1 infh.
fOIl PROVISION AND MOUSSES BARBKLS,
o Sm for Sale by C BKKWfcK Co.
CIIAIV CABLES. 3-4 A M 7-8 INCH.
bli am s'orfialeby C llRKV Kll k Co.
r-MIE CXDKRSIGX K I IXTEXOS I.KAV-
B inir this Kingdom, and requests all persons indebted to
the late firm of A. S. UUIXBaUM if Co., to call and settle
their accounts. A.I cliims agaiust the firm should be present
ed immediately for settlrment.
. oi- t A. S. GKINBAUM.
SHORTLY TO ARRIVE!
Locks, Screws, Dolls, etc.
Every Kind of Building Material !
Uusually sold at Lumber Yards, or used by
Carpenters, Painters and Paper Hangers.
Plena Call al my Ofllre. "
Corner Queen and Fort Streets, opposite the Court House.
643 5t L L. TORBERT.
WALKER, ALLEEiM & CO.,
OFFER TO SELL THE
FOLLOWING GOODS AT LOW RATES
To Close Consignments !
2L.UE( WHIT E .1X1) GRAY KLAXKETS,
CASES II RIGHT f'ARMSlf,
PRESERVED MEATS, OATS.
NEW GOODS fur the FALL SK.1S0N.
I (M. I
i i Honolulu.
M. S. GRINBAUM 6i Co.,
(Successors to A. S. Grinbaum & Co.)
HAVE RECEIVED PER LATE ARRI
vals from San r.ncisco, a large and complete assortment
Of Men's and Boy's Custom made Clothing,
Boots, Shoes & Caltcrs, for Ladies. Gents & Children.
Hats and Caps, Traveling Tracks,
Valises, TanLre Motions, etc., etr.. etc.
DEP.l RTl'R ES.
Since the close of the war, a wonderful impulse
appears to have been iriven to all kinds of hnsi- I
ness agricultural, manufacturing and commercial j A Full Assortment of Blankets of all colors.
-br Marilda. Power, tne IIiVv
Sear MaloUt. anit. for UanaleL
" !teas-r Kilaoeav Mnln-ror, Wmdwanl Ports.
JSehr Nettw Merrill. Kinney, Koioa.
-ehr Mary. S-llet. t Anahola.
ichr bU Moi. Wi'bor. sVw KahuluL
br Moi Reiki. Anton, KaholaL
ehr Vrllow. Beyoii.a. tie llilo..
10 rannkawai, Marchant, tie Ban.
10 fVhr Mna Wahine. Geonre. r MawiUwUL
10 Scnr Helen. Ballistier. (r MaUko.
T 1 " Mrv. SMas(ian. fr llil.
Metsiwrsttidaa fBark Whistler.
Nsw Baorotts, Aasast 24, 1330.
y We understand that Doctor J. Mott
Sksxa has been appointed Director of the Gov
eriuient Frcsa, an ofEce which has been fur
some two years vacant. The salary is two thou
sand dollars per annum. We wish that it was
in our power to congratulate tbis recipient of
Ministerial favor on bis appointment : but we
i inn.-t AAne..tAna7n..Pt . .
...... .v as wuovKuiivurij, iui iwv reasons;
First, he knous nothing oj the business of print
ing, to the so per in tendency of which he has been
Da Etr ibatrsM riv yo aa accoont of cur pasare. ' called, and to which no one but a practical
ho has had more or less to do
can in any way be said to be
La. 33 -OS, Loof. 180 o SOW.; frota there westerly wind ' qualified, or can 11 it with honor to the Gov-
prevaiieai ! Cape Uom. Jine 14th, oo the STtb. day cf our ! eminent. Secondly, for his own credit and
bearior x..is. distant ia iie,. I rerut3tion we regret it, for no man can take
VT Our eoorsa was charored ' . . ,. . toke
sn. K.rv. the wiod coDtinue.1 fross 8. 8. W. with very uuulr rreseni puonc Sentiment
kearj saow squalls, ia Lat so oo and Loos;. Do oo j regarding the Government prees, and retain his
"i . irws uo-onun, wen naming winds, we fbu:d the
8- at Crailes very Bglit, we crossed the line in Loo;. 41 CO W..
and St days frotsj HooolcUa, 14 days calm North of the line,
and very Bht . E. trades. Wt took the pilot this momin?,
l'lltlt day of ear sasa.
I wut add that w spoke the bark Tojao. on the 17th day of
A a rust, reporting 140 ays out, and sbsr cf pvwiaicoa. Me
aikd frutn Naaaaka, Japan, bound to New York. She was
comsnamsad by Caps, Uolmwood aod Is owned in London,
Xavlaral lfnaxrs in haste, O. W. WiLi roso.
- --.i w av mwi v trwr paajre. r uuu hi si
froos Honolulu to UVs port. W experienced fresh trades to ! printer, or one wl
itlJLiT SiPe- the rztg: ihot 10 "eeo i the rr,
lays, than East wind n at days, then 8. E. trades set in to 1
position as a member of thia community. Frank-
iia'a trite proverb would bavo been well heeded
in this instance Shoemaker, stick to jour
last." The appointment will excite no surprise,
when it ia remembered that the appointee was
the Chairman of the Committee on Printing in
the last legislature, which reported that the
public pre. jra the iwl flourUhinp; iru-tittition
and notwithstanding two or three hundred thou
sand men have recently been mustered out of ser
vice, and returned to their homes at the North.
ia all agricultural and manufacturing branches of
business, the demand for men, is greater than the
It appears to be a foregone conclusion, with the
leading capitalists of the country, that before many
years. Vetr York, instead of London, will be the
great monetary center of exchanges in the commer
cial world. The distrust, caused by the late bank
failures in London, was wide-spread in Europe.
ror tne relief or the former, ew lork sent for
ward twenty millions, within the space of three
weeks. Had the X. Y. capitalists chosen to take im
mediate advantage of the crisis, they might have
transferred within the present year, the great
money emporium of the world, from London to
New York. Hut the day is not distant, when, by
the lutes of trade, such a transfer will become a
necessity. Yours, very truly, IL VT. Wood.
In connection with the above suggestions re
garding the action of the Honolulu merchants,
would it not be proper to convene the Chamber
of Commerce, that tho merchants may inter
change their views, and give a formal expression
of their sentiment, to be forwarded at once to
Congress? It is certainly within the sphere of
of the legitimate duties of the Chamber, and it is
pocsible that a free and full discussion of the
eubject may elicit some views or facts which may
have weight in directing the movements of the
projected China eteaia line, or the action of
From the renowaed Saa Francisco Woolen Manufactory.
Which tee offer to the Trade at the Lowest Prices
CJPORTIXfi POWDER ia HALFPOUXDS.
a y ror,s;
Ri'jr row he it.
Sale by the case or at retail by
W. N. LADD.
FOR SALE OR LEASE. THE WELL
known 18 years established II .tel LIBERTT HALL.
"ft 3m Enquire f J. DAWSuN.
We are requested bv the Marshal to state
that the services cf the foreign jurymen will be re
quired on Monday nxt at 3 nVlru-k-.
Book Etcepcr nml Accountant.
BEGS TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OP
Honolulu and the Sandwich Island that he has
Opened a Small Jobbing Store !
Deticeen Dr. Iiichnrds' ani Dr. Jwld's on Fort St.
Z: ' And that he has On Ilan.l, a considerable quantity cf
Tobacco, Crotcrits, Dry Goods and Articles of
Which he has purchased at rates enabling him to Sell
l.OWaa than r!rvl.prp in T.'iwn
Orders from the Country and other Islands will be punctually
attended to and he can assure those favoring him with orders
that no exorbitant prices will be charged.
He will receive by return of the I. C. MURRAY, a complete
Of this year's growth, and which will be warranted to prow
Barrels and half barrels Oregon Spring Salruon !
For Sfie Zoir.
Valker, Allen & Co.,
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE
.A. t ILi o "w H a t e s
77e l ullou:inj :
4 MER1CAN REEF, iu bond;
California Flour, in bond; Oil Snooks in bond,
Bread in lond, Cases Old sherry in bond,
Cases Champagne in bond,
Hoop Iron, I, J, 1 and H inches;
Barrel hooks. Kegs Shouks.
AND TO ARRIVE !
CASES PRINTS, Superior styles; NEW SCGAR, COOLERS.
538 Ac, Ire., he, Ac. lm
A VERY LARGE & VALUABLE LAND
For S;ilo. .
1IIK bOERSIXEI) OFFERS FOR
Sale upon KAai' 'It It. Ma that Urge tract of Land
known as the
Ahupnaa of KALIALIANUL, n Rala, Mini.
A larpe tract of the land ishst adapted for Grazing purps-s.
othrr Dortioud itrt kuir:ittl. r..r rh. i..t:nt;.. ..r
. - ...w - ..... ... .iu. a .V I Vt.tvu3 tl'Jin.
' Anil l)l.TH id n.,..iIl,.rMu 1 ..K : .
It is probably the largest and most valuable uo!mpl
land Uon the Island of Maui; and betonirsto KA LA LA WALL.
Ttaoa. W. Krerrfl, Eq., at Waikapu, has the survey
made by Mr. Mayor, ami will eiv- nforni;iti..n about the Laml.
The title is that known as Frrthold has than Allodinl
and by furnishing a survey approved by the " Curomionrr of
Land It-mmUnes" and ..lyiiiR th commutation (one fourth if
the unimproved value) to Hie UDverriinetit, a Knyal Patent can
be procured. The land will be sold by its ancient boundaries,
and not by survey.
The terms are, 2.000 Cnals on delivery of deed, and
the remainder in one, two or three years, with interest at 11
percent., payment secured by mortgage oo the property.
s3 c k. msiiop.
OFFER FOR SALE
PER R. C. WYLL1E!
Should his services be rinired in adjusting and making np
of Rooks and Accounts, he can assert to those nwilln; ihn
i that they will be executed In a neat and expeditious manner.
I Copying and engrossing done.
Tata Mon-rasTa. n. FOSUROOKE,
Ml fit P.. tween Pr. Rirhar-ls' and Pr. Judd s. Fort Ft.
KEGS CRFSIIED SI C.1U. 1 OO lb. each;
Cases quarter boxes Sardines, Cass half boxes Sardines
Boxes superior Malaga Raisins, qr. and half; '
Cases Salad Oil. pints and half pints;
English Cheese iu tins. Swiss Cheese, Limberg Chees
Batty & Co.'s Knfrlish I'irkles,
Batty Co.'s Encllih Pie Fruits,
Best French Chocolate, Ultramarine Blue.
Also, On Hand
llalf barrels Family Salmon,
Barrels Colurobfa River Salmon,
California Potatoes. Maunakea Potatoes.
Fresh Green Apples.
Best Cal. Cream Cheese.
Saloon Bread. Cat. Ilnms,
Kills Mackerel, NVw Codfish,
Extra Family Flour (Golden Gate,)
Baker's Extra Flour,
Oregon Family Floor,
Corn, Cracked Corn,
Corn Meal, Whent, Hominy, Fresh Dates.
Black Walnut Parlor Chairs
Black Walnut Sofas
Black Walnut Chamber Setts
Black Walnut Sewing Chairs
Black Walnut Dining Chairs
Warble Top Center Tables
Ladies Oak Dining Chairs
Ladies Rosewood Dining Chairs
Douglass Arm Oak Chairs
Wood Seat Office Chairs
Common Wood Chairs
Cane back Rocking Chairs, gold stripe
Cane back Maple Rocking Chairs
Cane back and seat Rocking Chairs
Wood seat Rocking Chairs.
Arch top Rosewood Cottage Sets
Arch top Maple Cottage Sets
Arch top Oak Cottage Sets
Oak French Sets
Maple French Sets
Nests Painted Buckets
3 Hoop Pails, Nests Tubs
Hickory Axe Handles.
Men's Hog Skin Saddles
Side Saddles, Bridles, See.
A superior assortment of I,A'TT?l?vs
" " A U A, 1U j
Oil, Kerosene and Candles
Cases KEROSENE LAMPS
Cases Paint Rrnshea
Case White and Blue Thread
. Cases Sheet Lend
Drum Caustic Soda
Cnajes R rooms
3, 4 and 5 inch Leather Reltinc
Children's Gypsejr CJ-s
Pieces RInck Walnut Plank
Barrels Best Rosendale Cement!
Cases Oriental niuminatiiig OiL
Molasses Barrel Shooks and Reads,
14,000 PINE KEG SHOOKS AND
SOOO Bdls. assorted Hoop Iron,
Cases Sheathing: Metal,
Spruce Doles j
Smooth Bottom and Center Board
Charles Brewer & Co's It.
A1 UH Ol lOUUi
The American Clipper Ships
10,000 Barrels capacity, .'
jjgrj 6,500 Barrels capacity,
And Hawaiian Clipper Ship
IOL.ANI formerly RADUC:
4,600 Barrels cspaclly, '
: And Bark ARCTIC,
8,000 barrels csjiacity.
Will be laid oa the berth by Uie uodtrsliDtdspes'
- Oil and "Rnnp nrtrl fi.-.norol HfanBlzr
w w a. V. w VSAVA IM SSV ssi l I"
TAKEN AT THK L0WST KATJ& if
CASH ADVANCiES WILL BE jE
These vessels will be commanded by men ef J
carrying Oil; will be stowed by competent 6tered
every arrangement ' ,. ;
FOR WETTING OIL.
The above line having established repaUtas
stowage and delivery of Cargo in superior cood
pectfully solicit the patronage of Maulers of Wlalais
For freight or passage apfdy to J
C. EREWER Cs, I
T IIEREHY C4 L'TIOX Al-L P
SL against trusting my wife CA ItOLI.VK on ml "
having deserted my lied and board aitliost csast.
be responsible for oo debts of her contrartin
this date. i)A'$l
U'ailulrn Xfat.t D.. (tttk fCA
The Rebellion Eecori If
HIIE FIRST IG M JXIBKKS. t'OJfPT J-I
Sl inir volume 1. have lrti n-eeived. This "r I i
one of the most impartial and best illustrates Hj j
Keliellinn issued, and those wisliing to secure tt. "Jj i'W'
early application. I'rirr (i per volume of l' 1
2.o For gale by H.
vv m . tiuauoviii .it
Denier In Xialutal Ie-nf mm "TS 1
l-UWr- Pipes.Sic, EtxH-"-7rar,
Caiil-rtiwu-ry, uu. lliiisU ' tf
I would alio take thia miln.d tA informicr I
ITnruJi.l.t ...1 l.u .t ... f kaMMBiaV I
'-.'-u.u nil.. ...r i.iuni viwri r K " . . . .
Tailorinif business in com-erlKm ilb lh 'J 1
---n asiurrisi U SB (aiiiw
naa.saraa.aa t l I M . . latlf
vrutrs irufu ine oilier iiMrviv
aS7s-sw sr.n '.s.sa. . J.uteUM
9 t For sale by
K.tSIKK.V riB 1
Tin T-rol RTinnlra. H
Wn,TK FIR BARREL SUOOt A f
w caifj tow iw .vATrtil
I will expose at Public At
At the Carpenter Shop of Tl. -V. JW'
On Thursday, ISili dajofCciK
At 10 O'clock, A- " '' A
T1IIE FOLLOWING PBOPj'
order of C. II. LKWEKS, assignee of u.
Lancford ft Co.. Wailukn
The nnexnired term fseren veanl of I4
Waiiuku, Maui, with
ci ... . . fafWIWJf
laijiruirr Busp, tlAIfr I'SSfr,
T1... L - f : . .'.ffflJ '
m ' n ueiunifzny, c - - tl
Two Turning Lathes and Tools, -1?
iitui P;m.t.. . . , : cm '
vi..u... caw, one ifi i
One Boring Machine,
The unfinished Cart Work in Shop, and S rZ I
Table, 6 Chairs, 3 Cupboards, 1 Bo"
The unexpired term (nine years) of first fV" 1
and Saw Mill In good running order situates t
xsianu or Maul, with a
3d running order sitoaUM .
ill the Tools belonginrW 1
t , m..v alot- .ti
Some 3500 feet ka Tt.mr.1 a an.l Plank. S l
Ox Cart, 6 head of Oxen with yokes and chains.
Tnai w.n. lTo. S.I.
611 2t T. W. KYKBETT, '