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FOR SHIPS' RIGGING!
raaad Wir. kr. -h
gin. M ruing an.1 lieerral pnr-p--.
aadrai " I" 'tijr pl.
te w-a known MaaofcaTtiwy ' H- EH.
ALL a CO- i"h-a-l aa Tjae. ilfUa.1,
mt aauat bra s A.ent a tha rcnc
Shipmasters and Owners
Ar.lnal thai Wira V Very -
Aaa aa atner kin.1 aW lb,nJ ,J
mI rJmtiti. and . ' - tbir-I iba f r
laTiJT I. - U sMd'b, af -axhrr.
,rV esaeneaea b ac d a an-a sir.auy are. aay
aay Obf kail af Uin.
tialaaataaet II aa. TAlaafclra. Ac
A. - II l.l.l Ol : A a.
,t Sirrrf. aa Frarl-av. !.,
i ...f.-tiirar, anl laiaa'ra nr
in :i:v in iii:s,
FOREIGN PRY GOODS!
ORDERS FOR HONOLULU MARKET.
21; 2'H Bt't'T'j Slrt.
THE FIRST GOLD MEDAL
,' A . r- HOWARD.
J. & F. HOWARD,
BIUT.VNNIA IT.OS WoRJCi, fcEM'OBD.
HAVR M0 DKVOtKU ATTENTION
UM ssaauiatitura f
Implements for all Parts of tic World,
Aad Mil Iba UrM Eprwr ia fa!
riof h, Harrow m-4 Ile Rake I
TVf M rally aen -"" wl fa- klml af lapBt adapt
ft fMtmMwminn. Tli-ir lakaa.a ne prmopauy
a AVMOCWAT a.0 MLLALA iato.. aa.1 'r
jji nrin - mhI to . aad " "nalleas mom
aaa hn aae frrU. bus ar sa Mopijr aMir4 a.
AiHUuilf la puttum Una awgetaav.
l'ur.kij OtMM jwI Puking tloryl Cost Price.
Caangaa, alia hit pwUnUn. ion tm aa appUcatiao.
U-a!a OJRrti lt CbmH lfcrft f,t"
ln ' St. raalN. "
PIONEER IRON WORKS!
Crar of Market aatl Fietaoat Street,
8ar Tank, Fire-Proof Doors, Stutters,
m TsalU, riiam CD, Bakani. OrtioS If
rnar, SUir. ..-
scaaiA ntr si5C taclt locks.
Coaataatls UaJ, a fcrf Mrtmat ef riM-OmT Door
Oaoua rana All Fist r m Crt Uuh
rwwnr Attm to- '
. JA.TIES C. Kl & Co.,
S&Jppioand Commiion Merchants
S3 FROST STREET. Crer Jack).
;m iam Aacco. cuoia. ir
lei sc. n:i:Ki.s'
DKCLA REDB Y C0XX0I3SEUR8
inly Oood SnuoOi
CAUTION A (M It ST FRAUD.
Tins: rcricw or tiii iot rKt-i-tlora
MJ urtIW4 CnmlaMMiM hatn ntaa
ifai'Xi la iv'y Wnrantonhtra taant" la iir
aa laArha MapoaaUa. UM aa hnhj lotoraunl UM Uta
anty $ la awar Uut (, to la
ASK FOR. LEA & PE2HDIS' SAUCE,
A4 t w Mum UMrta mtm aa Uu wrrarr, lmml,
iMtaaT tV krir Mrkx kavkuf Wa aapaiMil attk a
BwrUa aj.ri trlr huhw. aua UM aruppwv ami lutel
mi aAx'b IK Mrara ta A rvrrtu kva K. L A
rwa nw nan th( UT kav kaitkvil Urt mua
M atta aMiaavy a aM(a( rM.iltwir Maiaat
iWaaA4a ant 'iMtor ( aailk, ikuj aUwr Miilltii
ay aaiU ih riM bm k twrmml.
AmL LK.I Jb PER lays' S.tHrml a .V.a
aa Wn$iprrt JstM, UMl, ami ,vr.
WKlrilw awl Ihr Rvpnrt k rhir farrlMnft, Wormmt i
Cm in A HlatfHI Lawinii. A . . aw r Jwr aaa
Utlawa aatvarwillr. THKi. U. DAf Irs.
11 if (Uu Jaaiea. Qata A CaJ A, Ulula.
Be it roi emukkko that, o.v the
U 4f m4 rw. a. l. VI -i. J. W. II. Ktl WAIil.
I LaltahMj, teatail af MU, baa dwBatb4 la tb alBea laa UUa
T a baa, lha naU aaatml ba clauaa a aoUMjr. fc ia auras
lUManaa;, M a
Kaaiaaat a Kaaaka Hawaii.
Taer.bera. knaa all am ay llkaaa pevaeata, Ibai I. L.
KaaMriMaMha. U. II. M.t Miaiaeer af laa InleeW. ba aearl.
aaa aa a reanlaMfie a Iba Ka la rrtra Caaactl. baartag;
aaa UM iMh aa af rbraarr. aa4 by vanaa af Iba aa
Iburtlf la alel by actaa 1 at Iba gnaaraJ aeaiiabiaa ot
Artie la A Cbaatar T. af Iba Aet la arj. niae Iba KsoctaUra Da
awaipala laaa fUA aaJ Ht hereby (rant aatataa aaal
i. W. H. Knaaabt, bia rxaafctra. ailminiatriinra aa4 aaMraa.
DM aaa r0 ant I liberty af prlnUaa;. rptntU. auMUiuaf
aatl aaaNa lb aabt bank af flrraia b Uta tlaasaaaa lataaaa,
ba iba bam af Ma years bmaa laa lUh aay af Vebraary, A. I.
la beaUaxmr atkerW I. fu. KUaMhaaMKa. flla Majesty",
Mtaaii e af tba taterW, Kara eaue-il la aval ff iaa la
fbAl tartar tea la ba baraaata tflua tb ltbaay af be,
raary, A. D. Wi. JU KAMAUAMC11A.
Ba M reaMBiberaa that, aa Iba 2il day af Febraary. A. D.
iHaM, J. W. U. bUaaabl. f Labalna, Ietaa4 af laal, ba accnruV.
aaaa am tntmm M af a Act Ta earaaraa bmraiaa tm this
Alagilimai, by auaMa tba caaa af ebarta, aaa aa aad buafca aa
Iba aatbara sad aeapeMtara ed ear aaeara. approved aa tba
SIM day af Deavatbar. Idai, baa depnatUtl a tb alttoc a copy
af bia baa. eoutM,
KCniKVni O KLB KASAKA UAWAH,"
Tba riakta of a bleb ba eiaiaM aa aacbav.
la leatiatnny abaraof I bara bereanta art mf hand aa4
, . aaaard lha aral af tba laUrha' tlvnartaarol b b aJDiadj
t"' at Huaabjt, Mua llHA day af March. A.I. laM.
gk.au. w. uitvuisox,
Ua Sat Moiled af Iba lalrrtnr.
TnC UXDERIIOXED II J RECEIVED
fraat tba Uydracra,bia Offica, la Wasauigtoo. CUarU of
tba follaaiag ailan la and raafa
rrtaia Frtyata ttoala.
aasitA, Jwoaato or Coraaaffi, Ulaod.
iapar Rica Eeef.
T fcola are aa taa Charts, iaaaW In Joly. lSdT. troaa aar
aay, af fJaoC Brooks, of th Barrryins; chonaer i'raatatarr
Casaar. Tbry ara tba aat tasiavt Charts la aalmaea.
. H. M. WM1T.HKT.
Fnyson7 Indelible Ink.
"TTWIR MARKIXG LI3CC5. TO BE FED
BV srtchoat aay areparatian tba bast saarkioa; ink la aaa.
Faraalsby Mt la - B. M. WHITfKT.
OX HA XO AXI FMK I.E. THE FL.T
sasath CoUcetMe af Ilraia bad Taaea.
n m. wnrrxKT
C0PY1KQ PRESS TABLES.
OfVARIOlS MZM aD 1IE.HT MAKE,
Lettar Frtss Books. Braahaa,
Shes, Blottiaa; Paper, e., Ae.
tort im by U. M. WUtTTIET
UXITRD bTATK HOXIM OF IXDEBT
i) -, ee aay MbercWasof baada.)
Cashed at th kljhtat ml.
H M. WntTTtET.
AXF.W r.DITIOX. IRE1ARED FOR
tba PaciOa, which every anaua veaevl aayb la bar.
Flca 1& Caala.
raraalsby miaj n. M. wnmfRT.
rUI.E. A Mo RTMKHT OX IIAXO. SCIT
A LA ttr ll'Mid.r ar Wadtltnar rreaaata. aad at artcca
fli la40tarb. ri ) II. M nniTKT.
c. k. rutsz.
.si:vi:i:.aci:, cmkk a: to.,
I shippinc and
J ' ,
.SAX FBAXCISCO, CAL.
. w arl4( tf-f 5,1,. ,.f arra, and ail kinds of Island
IN, I the Parcli-e and 1 or arcHo; wOIrrrhaBiU.
jj- ( ui Jjt tmrta aWe aa Ciymtmt: al
U II. ALL.
L. 11. I.rl.
Com miss. or: JIcic:Ii:iiitN
AXD WHOLESALE DEALERS,
X ortlnucl. O roRon.
! IIUHMIT ITTPATIOX W ll.l. ItrfSIVEN
S K l all c!ftiwfc4 l-rltira arrt
I Bkfrto a hra rti-wr-d.
I R-trt 1 1
Wrrr. Krrti. A . rrorr.
1 t -i.a A Il.la.
1 M aa.
4. C. BBitlL.
J. C. SIKRItlU. i Co.,
Co ii i n i i o 1 1 JEei'cIismls
L'Ol arJ iCXi California Street.
a liters or iuk
Saii Francisco and Honolulu Packets.
rilKuUr uCW IK J ! lofh " -
fcan.li. iV . ar',tt K. fcccuUB
cUdii.. - ...
IT AklfriNt tnittnr M K ffaeic. fcy or lo K Jlo
aaitila Lr of r't.'U v
jy llu&oiaia kbl XI
HOWI.C. U icl.A Ca- Ilanolata
- II IliciiuttlV, "
Dr. . V. a.o
llo K. II. ALtaa,
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I 33 XI.
STEAM MARBLE WORKS COMPY,
CSaccraxrvlaUATCS A rRITCIIAab)
31 Aaafactarers ab4 Dealer la
MARBLE CRAVE STONES,
Mantels and Grates,
COUATEKniitl TAIIIjK TOVS
itU CalifaralA fclrrrl.
42 JarhM Slreel.
X7 All work doa in lb U1 tuanivrr, and t lh lut
rmu. BIS 3o
Mccracken, merrill & Co.,
foru jirdi.no and
HA VI XC B EKX E XC.lt: KIUXOL RP R F.
mmt huuf l"f apvsnls of erra years, mwi beioK
located la a ftr pronf brick baiMia. a are trfmreH larrewir,
aaa dvpoa af Utao4.itaplc. aarb aa Jo(fr, Kicc. raa, Pola,
CuOra. Ae-. la alvola. Ca.Kia-nU recUIIr Mlictleil
for lb OrrM market. U which V -rorJ aurolioe will br pa4,
al a poet aUch nb ativaaora ll b bmJ altea muirrl.
Balfrr A Umlcabcrf cr, Jaa. rairick A I'a..
F rail. Ikta. W. T. Coleatan A Co.,
CtcTcaa, Maker A Ca.
Allca A Leal. La4 A Taioa. Lcoaar4 A Ureca.
Walker A A Ilea. . tfarid.-a.
The Ilonoluln Iron Works Company
HATE ON II AMD
CART IIOXE OF AM. UZB.iM) ARE
prrvared In sell si very rrdacd ralr.
X y raria- taking 1 daea Srta or oa caa ba taiH at
rents per lav, and by lha Bet at cents per lb. tfiO baa
A'laW A.'I LATKST STVLIi
By Evei-y Steamer,
Tito 3?liiot niicl
Largest Assortment ou the Islands.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
- DEALERS IN
tlcnl's Furnihin Goods,
Coots, Shoes, Hats, Caps,
Ac., Ac, Ac, Ac
Consisting of the Following :
tL..ti:; AXD FA.NCV (MVtlMKKKU ITS,
Lif!ht ail heary grade.
Fiac Blaa FlaaaH fau,
WTkita liaca Pack Suits,
Brown Liuea IriQ Sails,
FIXE SILK iLPiCl COATS:
ffia Tared Coats,
Fla MUta Cloth Coats,
fla Wl.il Linen Coals,
l ine Brown Linen Coats,
Fine Black Dress Coats,
Fnks aad Sacks. .
Pine Black D-mkin raots, Fma Uearrr Pails,
Fin Blaa Flannel Pants,
Fin Wait Linen anla.
FL.AIX AXO FAXC'V CJS.SIMERE PINTS,
LiM nasi htary Kradca.
Fin Black ttaeskia Vesta,
Plain and Fancy Silk Teats,
Plala and Fancy Silk Telrct Tests,
Whit and Fancy MarariUr Vrsts.
Itaia Caasimrre Testa.
WHITE SHIRTS of all DESCRIPTIONS.
Fancy Calico fhirts of :i dcarriptioos,
Li oca Cellars, asaurted stars.
Fancy and Plain Weulra Orerslilrts, aO descriptioos,
tnIrrbirt9 arkt I'rarr, all darrij tioo.
tUk ami Fanry Neck Tie, all dracri4iuns,
To-jttKer trlth uu LtuUias Varltiij tf
H ATS. CA1
Messrs. Ilyman Brothers
Waal I brc mpectully to call (He attmttoo of
THCriCLlC AU(Ol.TCi DKiLIlKS IT L1ECE,
Tw their W(t and varied assortaMbt of
AMCRICAX READY MADS
HATS. CJP1, TAXKF.E NOTIONS, Ar.
llnstei-H oT Vli.ilciis.
.4 m at
DKALElSi niUM THE OTIini ISIVNDS,
WtMsld d aril to call a befur pnrrhahig ebea-U.re.
Capt. Snow's Eaildinj, Merchant St.,
93 ly llormtola. .ha. II. f.
IsCJbibOiiN IV0111 mi old .T.erclinnt.
Tlwtt Tctcran ami lonraMe mert-liant, Jona
than .Sturc-n of New York, at the diiin-r given
in hi honor on tire ooitfioii of hi retirement
fnm a4 tite ftii-iiie-a, gave the fu!Iowinr jlden
j eiMiiir-! to vfMinjr n-t) :
"Nuw, gtntlciiicii, fince tlicre i iKt!.irijr tlut
I can talk ahout that vuu da not under Maud a
great deal better than I do, I j.nr5 l hay a
lew words f jt the benefit of the vouii-r men out
ride, aiJ if you ar j rove tif what is Kiid, let it be
eoiwHicreu an raid ly tliis tiiana Jury ol .Mer
j tl.anif iuw aeiuhled.
j One of the lirt lc-nn I reeeived wa in 1813,
' wh n I vrau eleven year of nj;e. My gnmdfather
j lnl eo!le tel a line flock of Merino !leep, which
were mrefully cfmir-he"! during the wnr of 1S12
! 15. I wait o"ilie.Ienl bv, anl uiy buriiu-M wa
j to wateh tle heep in tlie tield.i. A !oy, who
' a luore fui.d ( his ltks tliaii of rJ.t j., wad
f rent with me, but left the work to mo, while he
j lay in the idi:ide and reud hit (took. I finally
j e-.'mj l.-iined of thin t" tlc old gentleman. 1 ihail
! tuner frgct hia benignant fcinile. ua lie replied:
Neer you mind; if yu watth the hhrep, you
j will lme the cheep. I tlnmht to iTelf: what
j thies the old gentltiimn liieun 1 don't esjvt t
liue any aheep. My afpirationn were jniie mod
I crate in thoe thu, and a liri-ratc Merita buek
wai worth 1Imn. I eould not make out exaetly
! wltat Ire meant, but 1 lutd grval eunlrilt iHV in him,
i aa I wom a Judge, and had Ixvn to (ongre. in
ahingtoiia time; k 1 Cofn luled tliat it.waa
all right, whatever he meant, and went out con
tentedly with the r-htep. Alter I got to the field
1 eould not g-t that idea out of my head. Final
ly I thought of my Sunday lexoou: Thou har-t
lai n faitiilul over a few thingx, 1 will make tliee
ruler oer ninny thing'. Then I undcirUaxl it:
Ncmt you iniil wlw etc negleeto Li duty; be
tfn faithful, and you will hute your rewanl; I
do Iiot tliink it will Like many .iU aa long uu it
did me to uudetMand thin prorh.
1 reeeivol my acuaid leoii boon after I eaine to
thia city aa a clerk to the late laiman !Uvl. A
merchant from Oiiiit, who new tut, eauie to pur
tliaH; gal of M.r. l!eel. Ho exprerwed liii grat
ifiealitui at L'ndmg me there, ami R..l to me:
Yu have got a g?Ml i laee. Make youmIf no
u.-eful that they eaunot do witlimt you. 1 too,
hl-t meaiiiug iukker than 1 lid t'ie irovrrb about
lla; alrep. Well, I worked iijon the!e two idesta
until Mr. Heed oflerel mc an interest in LLi btihi
ncw. Tins firnt morning after the copartnership wa
announced, Mr. Jame liretry, tlic old tea mer
chant, called to fee me, and auid to mc : 4 You
aie all right now; I have one word of advice to
giteyou; he careful who you walk the street1
with.' That wn looon imiulH-r three.
In tliU connection I tuuet reat an anecdote
told of the late Iitihe-rt Iarunox.. A country mer
chant cauM into the ftore of Mr. Morton, a high
ly respectable Scotch lncrcliauf; to purchase,
pajdit. lie apoke about crelit, reii-reiHttt, Ae.,
Mr. Morten raid: I will ghe you what credit
you wimi. iSut, ruikl the merchant, I am an
entire ftranger to you. Mr. Morton replied:
'Did I not ee jou at church with liobcrt licn
nox? 4 Yc, 1 wai at chnrch with him. . Well,
1 will trust any man whuiu Jlolert Lennox will
take to church with Lini.
I liojc thoc three Itwoiu of wntehfulncM over
the interests of their cuiployeni, wutchfulnem over
their r-artneTH intercfU and their own, after they
ure joined, followed by intenno watchfulneMi that
no black hiieep creep into their folL, may tie ini
prcfiecd by thoe ciMvcdoteti uion the mintld of
thwc for whom they arc intended.
One other lcon I feel it very neccfary to in-cuU-ate
that of jui-n-e.
With a little jiticnce mor-t young men will find
a position as high as they liavc fitted thcmeelvcH
In all the changes which have taken place in
my firm inco 1822, no irtner ha been brought
in who lion Uut nerved a a tlcrk in the establish
ment. And 1 now leave my houxc well organized,
prjicrour, and free from complication, still in
the handd of thon; who have -rvcd in it as clerks
for a longer or eliortcr "Oriod. 1 mention thin as
an encouragement to young men to fircFcvcro in
the faithful performance of their dutien.'
Cn.tBLrus Dicki:.s and T.tx tnov. The American
correspondent of th London 77r.e. speaking of the
siicces.4 of Mr. I'icken.t readingsi in tbi.-t country,
says that he U coining money, tliougb he i gulTor
iiif tlie wnaliy. and will have to pay a heavy tax
probuMy 20.000 to tlie Inland Kc venue coltee
tor on the money given to hear hi re-.ilinp. He
cod .antly receive the most polite attention fmm
tbe Ameriean people. He walks all about the pla
ce Le vUiLt, and sav of the American cities that
he could never have -ccogiiized them frm his r
ollections f.f tLeir apjwarance at the time or hi
former Tiit to this country. In rhilaih-lphi.t hp
ha taken great interot in the thoiMamls of xma'.l
but neat houses which are the homes of the
working M-oplf; and Lis viril to ilic lAnhjrr building
In thai city wa4 e,muicuinr:tled Lv I lie pro
prietor by chri-tening a large new Hoe printing
machine. 'first put up in motion in Mr. lic kens'
presence, " the lit kens rreas.
HONOLULU IKON WORKS C03IIMNY.
yy .IKE X L. I. K I X OS OF
Machinery, Sn jar Hills, Steam Engines,
c e x r r i f v a a i. m . c 1 1 1 x i :s.
Also. Builrrs, Cler and Sheet Iron Work, and all kind of
BR AM AND IKON CASTINGS.
A Lure stork of Pl4n. IllUtwa. Trr. B-aes Talrea and
Cucks. Sheet Iron. Huder Plate. Bar Inin, CciUifur.! Wires.
India I. aMr I'kiur, and ery dcacrilia of Mbiutrry
always on band.
1 treat Varlrtj af JIarblarrj kaatl k far Sale Law.
;? ly IIOXOLCLU IRON WORKS CO.
IROIV WORKS CO.
Steam Engines, Sugar Hills,
"Wrought and Cast Iron Kettles,
OX IIAXD Al M (UK TO ORIIF.R. OF
lli( beat aiaterml and workmaushln.
EVKKY PICRIPTION OK
Iran Shaft Inc.
Strain and Water Corks.
Talrca, Uuirc Cocks,
Steam Oaores, and Ir.J-rtca,
i'ijinjr Lllx.as. Tees,
Iiwlla KuMkt rackinp.
ALL K1MS OF
Drass Work Neatly Executed.
Best Rar Iron and Cumberland Coal
On hand fur snle at luicmt market yrtces.
Overshot, Breast, Turbine, Centre Discharge
AND ALL OTUKR KINDS OF
Ma levf either Iron or Wontl, ealrulat ioos br wbih ar:II he
made on receiriDr I le particulars of luror, bead, an-1 fall of
water of any derel loraliir. ln nf nur Centre bisrtiarxe
W hreU may be seen at the Kane, he Plantation, where it is in
full operatiuo givii.g entire satisfaction.
Of all Size nai Descriptions, with Pumps,
Ida and adated to any lace reUired.
WOOL, PULTJ, COTTON & OIL PRESSES,
lalcf any ix and strmglh,
Cneihininc all tlie Ult iirmrrtrriit. and mnioael of the
beat axrteriaiS. One if our H uul irrars is iri'ioc entire satis
tactiua u the rxu-n-iTe ritnth r-f the lrr-. J. a F. Sinclair,
Island of NiiLau.ano may be consulted with refknl In par
ticulars 620 3ta
K A 11 12 1 1 A 11 12 II A V O U 1 : T II .
4 FKW CIIOICK iTlTIlOURAIMIS OF
His Late Majesty Kamehameha IV.
Tba flneat and must erect likeness erer printed, can b bad
by early apbliralioa at Ibe Booktore of
6J0 3t II. M. VVUITNIT.
Rare Works on Sugar.
TF.RV ItlFFICt l.T TO I'ROCt lit:. IIKRK
or elarwbrra t
I Cfy Wray'a Prartical Porr IM.i.irr illestraiel.
I Ci tVirtrr. N.'ore anal lrivrties Suar Cauc,
1 Cavy Krrr s Culuv.ta of Suzar Cane,
Stewart's S- shuto, it I'rwiucts, uu lucl.us anew nx-thoil
of asaklar Saear. .
I!el-. twtiUn, aivlr.r the lt r. elli-nls ut cutulmcUtie
Mills ar-d ft'ttchum I'.oa.
FincUir Code o IlraUh and Luuictvity.
1J lm ab!by It. M. M IltTNLV.
New Parliament Hi Opportanity.
Fr-ui ihr tendon Time.
a m 1M I . I I .1. l..rm
The statesman IsinonM bv the yueen
.i i . .--r m;: i i;.;i-K-
the duty t rtToruung the Ministry Las lairu
won the hi 'h vlaee he oeeunies. lie is the Crtt in
jNiwer and aliility of the colleagues of Lord Derby,
and be lias aciiiured a position in the House of
Commons to which no other statesman of tlie day
can pretend. Yet, if Mr. Disraeli la? evidently
the lit ting successor to Isjrd Ierly, it must bcie
meielreril also that bo has acliieed that dietine-
5. ? i n ,r pi-pin- i1i:ilv:intpfr, (S liirf!i of
vlueati..n and of iuion, and in spite, al,ve all,
of the great, and. at one time, aricimitlyunmiti -
gated di.-trust of the rmrt y now accepting him as
their leader. Tlie Tory party, the Chancellor of,
i the Kxeheiiuer b:ts it't-n lo-l:ir',l i tK l,if ri
! iiurty of raghmd ; but of that history he himself
j cannot t laim tlie inheritance. It lt:u evcrmvount-
ed itself tlie party of long descents and ancestral
j English lsnors, fuit Mr. Disraeli has Isnstedthat
; ' literature was his only seutchion,' ami has de
i sTile himself a 44 a genth-uian of the press."
j The records of the early career of the Clianeel
: Lr of the Exchequer luic idlcn lavti citel as
, additional cidciioi of the imainsistcucy of his
opinion vith his present juisition ; but the n
servatives hate n-er harshly Judgel the efltrves
cence of vouthful indei-nleuv. Mr. Disraeli's
first public aet have more justly inspired distniPt
among Lis followers, leeause thev indieutol an
artistic yuu intss and stnultlity t socially removed
Jrum the conxerraticc iyix. uut the Chancellor o
I the Exchequer has serveil thee.nservatie jiirty for
1 more than twenty years, llehlowlv reconstructed
j its Parliament organijitin.and has thrnv brought
it into iwer. ly the pulihe lie lias always lieen
regardeil as the ruling spirit of tiie Cabinet, and
it has been evident to all men that theleform L.u
of Lift sc--ion w-ts tmly carriLtl by Ug courage, his
readiness, aial unfailing temjier in the House of
Commons. L time has arrsred for the servant
to btcutim the master; nor eould Mr. Disraeli have
! necei .ed a lower place without a loss of dignity
wiiicii woiiKi nave nccn unworiny oi nuuseii, an
discreditable to his tarty.
TI.'ie is much in tlie circumstances of
the present time to favor the stability, at least f r
a given season, of an? Ministry that may be form
ed. It lut not unfrciiucutly hapii'iictl that the
uiuicuiiics ocx-aMoiieu iy me retirement ol some
eminent member of a Cabinet have la-en surmount
ed ; but the (iovcrtiiuciit Ims ni-eive! such injuries
.1 if . .!... : r. -.n . .
in tiie eiiort unit it iuih r-ooii nucr laiieu to pieces,
Fortune, however is kind to Mr. Disraeli. A con-
tlcmucd Parliament is sitting, and yet while any
lloiiac of Commons elected ni ter hn yt-ar would lie
chus4n by new iuhI enlarged constituencies, a een-
cral election during the current twehe month
would l-e an appeal to the old electors. It may lie
. a . a '..a
assumen, increiore, mat noj?ncraI election will
lie held before next Jan. The work of the session
is not on that account diverted of its imiiortancc,
but it is almost a ticecssary eonseuence of the
practical oWtacles to a general election that the
Ministry cannot be effectively challenged on ques
tion involving new schemes of action. Aiurt,
however, from theso considerations, the House of
Commons will weigh with candor the conduct and
pretensions of Mr. l)israeli's ministry. Mr. Dis
raeli is known ami admired -by the House, and
incmlicrs willingly entertain the proposals of one
w1h tfo niauilcstiy dclcrs to its authority.
From the London Fuat.
ii . ... i. -ii . . ,,
w w w v nat Mr. uisnieii will want in me way
of influence, lie will coinici--atc for in the way of
skill, lo do him justice, as a nrty leader, be
lias few equals, and if tho covernnieut ol a Kiii;
doui were a. mere question of party leading, his
title to hit present lost would lie unexceptionable,
How he managed to reconcile the conservatives to
the Kcform Hill of hist year in a matter which none
but himself could possibly explain, and the jms-
t-nge of that bill was a crucial test of his ability as
a great party chief. A feu- men, such as the Earl
of Carnarvon, Lord Cranhorne and General Peel,
proved restive, and were insensible To the lessons
w Inch, with so much success, he inculcated on Ins
more humble followers. Uut their secession serv
ed to prove how persuasive and eonvinciirg were
his arguments wlien addressed to tho majority.
Again, it must 1k admitted tliat Mr. Disraeli has
achieved success under the mostdimcult conditions
He is, in the fullest sense of tho term, self-made
If he is Prime Minister of England to-day ho has
nothing out his own talent and industry and er
severance to tliauk for having reac'ieJ the gil
Family interest or influence he liad none. He en
tcrcd 'Parliament entirely unknown, and under
circumstances as unpropitious as any which it is
legible to comvive, ho has attained tho proudest
jtitioii to which a subject can aspire, lit a coun
try Lug institutions like our own and pro
fereing (wlmtcvcr the practice may bo to the
contrarv) to ignore favoritism, this h a merit
which every one, whatever may be hfs ?rsonal iA
rty leelings on the suljivt, is Imiuiui cortlially to
itcktiowlcdge. Tliero is nothing so stnvessful us
success, and we willingly jy to .Mr. Disraeli that
meed which his industry, his talents and Ins sur
taxing ability as a iity loader justly entitle him
to receive at our luiuds.
FrlU Ike I jimtnn News.
Mr. Disraeli is the Prime Minister el-ct of
England. J list foot is on the topnur-t round of tlie
ladder. He has fairly won the prize which L
within his grasp. This is not the time to discuss
the morality of his career. Mr. Disraeli's txilitical
biography during the List twenty years has lieen
the history of the Tory jirtv. A hatever blame
may attach to him lielongs in an eijuul tlegree to
it. T!mt it should le in jxiwcr, by means aul fir
ends which are notorious, may be a grave scainLiI;
but the scandal would Ie graver, as adding ingrat
itude to ajtistacy, if, leing in power, it recognized
any other chief than himself. Mr. Disraeli's
Premiership nt over sixty is more wonderful tlian
Pitt's Ircmiership at twenty-five. It involves a
victory over greater difficulties. - It is Pascal, we
think, who declare tliat noble birth gives a man
thirty years' start in life. The mtrician sets out
fruiu'the juint to which the plclician slowly lalsrs.
Viewing the distance over w hich he had to pass,
tho ob.-taclcs which he liad to surmount and the
weights with which he was loaded, it is scarcely
I-aradoxical to say tliat Mr. Disraeli's success has
een quicker than Mr. Pitt's.
The union Kiamintr very ably we will not
undertake to bay how justly tmrtrays the char
acter and principle of the Lite and present
English Premier. We copy a single niragraph
for each :
DISRAELI .IS rKOIiER.
Mr. Disraeli lias made himself Prime Minister
of England. We could not keep our countenance
and retieat the liypiKTitieal cant we hear on every
sule ntsuit the Tories having acted wisely and
magnanimously in giving him the lead. If it
le prudent or generous in men to make up their
minds to admit what they cannot deny, and to fid
low a particular course where no alternative is
open, the conservatives have shown sense and
spirit in acknowledging Mr. Disraeli's incontesta
ble right, and in submitting jraceably to his ac
cession. Uut as to their giving or granting him
such a distinction, men cannot lie said to give or
grant what is not in their power to withhold. In
irty services and political attainments he stood
witlsmt a rival. When Toryism lay prostrate
and feeble, maimed and shattered by suicide
wounds, lie biok it up washed its face and clothod
it anew, and set it on his own steed and brought
fin in inn Tlim. t broil rll f!I if ll:inv Kf: ;1S of I
, , ' ... ,. A... J . . . . . .... .... J l
rein ise .and ineohcreney, he watched, and tendeil
it, telling it all day amusing tales of its ast histo
ry which sounded as gl as new. and singing to it
all night sweet songs of a good time coming, when
worn-out Whiggery should be discarded, and pro
gressive conservatism should bo the faith of the
nation. Uy degrees be unwrapjied the bandages of
bigotry from its limbs, and taught its timid feet
to wallk witlmut the crutches.
There is an end to old Toryism. Warwick was
the last of the barons who governed England I
sword in hand ; trafl'ord was the lat of the eour-
tiers who ruled in the name of lioyal Prerogative ; i
Derby is the last or the high lrn and alllucnt no
bles who; for two centuries, have lorne sway over
(V.nm nnd roile bv dint oP traditionary make-
Jelieve. It is no dliiragement to the talents of
the late lrcmier to say that, but for his ancestry j
and his fortune, he would never have had a chance j
of being an Under Secn-taxy at twenty-seven, a(
Cabinet Minister at thirty-tliree ; the head of a j
great latrty in the State" for twenty years, and ,
. .t .i i i . -. i . i. : '
tliree lime ine licauot iilwtiiiicu.i.uiui. ,
prni Ol lacillty a a VClUicr, uu uaiiery oi I
hL voluhilitv in evasion or inveetive, eanduja?the
iirnst jrrateful of tlie inanj follower whom he jo
litieidly lel into Ijelieyin tlutt their patron wa a
MateKinnn or a man ofpi-nitis. Nature pave him
in a pre-eminent tlesxre a MtPT'lcness of purpose
1 adroitiiesa of tongue. A ith all his otenta-
1 "iitit. vttiii nit jiio orieuui-
tim of int1eihility and unconcealed cnj-jtiient of
hauteur, there never was a man who compensated
himself niore largely for whatever sacrifices he may
liave made to consistency, at the oait tf other
men's feelings and opinions. Two or three un-
I UlUiaOIC I UUUT lit" iliHinS Ml, IlltlCCU, ItKU
" i . '
wolf-log about tln hous?, less for mischief than
i , .1 .i i- i i
lor snow ; lor tue ioui leeutu i-txi tn ueioy was ex
ceedingly fond of all tliat kept in remembrance
the dignity and pretensions of his rank.
Siii! in France.
Private letters from Paris, added to tlie concur
rent observations of intelligent observers in that
i Cl7 toem to cstabliah the fact that the condition
'0.1"011 icty is nearly analogous to that
M h,h heretofore has always preceded a revolution,
Fhc l'lc are Trrscnted as becoming e-juallv
,1 UlfUPlLU n Iltl IIMT UUU1V 11I1U St.fla.t-iS i"i-aa v
They fel that the second Empire
has not fulfilled its promise. . It promised peace,
remission of taxation, and security. Uut these
vledires are far from having 1hmi realized. In
i place of trace, there have been the Italian and
C rimean wars, disgraeetui Koinrm and .vlexican
expeditions, and an euormouoly increased stand
ing army and conscription law that reudcr jieace
scarcely less burdensome than war. For the
promised reductions of taxation, an increase has
lieen levied uixin every article of production and
consumption that is est laihle o
mg a i-e venue;
while the national delt luis been more than
doubled and trebled.. As for security tliere is an
army of police spies und ull-pcrvading centraliza
tion that jiermils no jierson to eseajeits jealous
scrutiny. Uut there is a prejudice of classes that
threatens the most serious consequences. At no
paTnul since the first devolution have the lines of
demarcation lctween rPch and poor, the privileged
few ami the unpriv ileged many, been more clearly
drawn. There is no liberty of.stn.-ech or thought
allowed to the most nimble wittcfaisl intellectual
people in the world. No Frenchman is allowed
the privilege of being anything but a passive sub
ject of the Emperor. Even universal suffrage is
dwarfed down to the questionable lioon of voting,
between priests and gendarmes, for the candidates
nominated by tho Imperial prefects.
It is no wonder that the French jicople, who
liavc matle so many noble, sacrifices for freedom,
should chafe and fret under tho restrictions to
which they aro subjected. If they have borne
overmuch, it should be "remembered that the
difficulties of redress are enormous. Thj army,
by a series of cunningly devised expedients, has
been detached from all symUiy with the people,
and converted into a machinery for oppression.
Then, too, the jealous sujervision of the press has.
prevented the dissemination of news of the actual
condition of affairs at home and abroad. Uut the
conscription law by' its infamous requisition of
the bread winners of every family, is gradually
awaking the people to the knowledge of Napoleo
nic failures. ' , .
How long it may be licfore the storm bursts jt
is impossible to predict. Uut that the volcanic
elements are seething and working, there can be
no doubt. When the end comes it will be sudden
and terrible. The Empire will topple over like a
child's card house. lrobably there may be no
catastrophe during the life time of the present
Emperor, whose chief mission upon earth appears
to lie to utterly eradicate from the French breasts
every lingering sentiment of respect for monarch
ies, and to destroy the last relics of hero worship.
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1 Pn WALKER A ALLKN, Agents.
For Hilo .and IiauiiaknVa, Hawaii.
-Will run a Regular Packet to the above porta, toaCuinf ;
LAIIAINA. For Freight or Passage apply to
616 tm - - ; WALKER A ALLEN, Agents. .
The Schr. ODD FELLOW I
Is regularly laid on as a packet
BETWEEN HONOLULU AND IT. LO I
For Freight or Passage apply to
607 ly CHUNG HOON A Co AgenU.
IIILO, II. I.
Sugar and Molasses.
C1ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IX
J quantities to suit purchasers, by '
61 6m WALKKR A A LLE,1 Agents.
NEW CROP, NOW COMING IN.
For Bale by
O. BREWF.R A Co., agents.
jEW crop op ... v .,
SUGAR AND MOLASSES!
Now Coming in. For Sale by
61u6ra C. BREWER A Co., agents."
SAMUEL C. WILDER,
POST OFFICE A DPR ESS, . .
Sugar and Molasses Crop 1868,
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by r
612 Cm WALKER A ALLEN, Agent.
PRINCE VILLE PLANTATION.
Sugar nnd Molae Crop 1868, -
COMING IN. FOR SALE IN QUANTI
TIES to suit purchasers, by
63 n WALKKR A ALLEN, Agent.
II L'rwell, I'raprirlar.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
FROM THIS PLANTATION FOR VALE
in lots to suit purchasers. Apply to
S3" ly OEO. C. McLEAN, AgenU
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
OF THE KOIIALA SUGAR COMPANY.
For sale la quantities to suit by
97 6tn CASTLE A COOKE.
Upham's Hair Gloss and Curling Fluid
IS THE BEST HAIR DRESMNG IN THE
world It imparts a beautiful gluss lo the hair, keeps it ia
curl and promotes its growth.
Upham's Toothache Cure,
Cures the most violent toothaulie in one minute,
UPHAM'S M A R A C-II ELLA.
Prevents the hair frt.m falling uut, and for prnmoting tlie growth
of the beard and hair it has no equal, il is the miracal of the age.
Removes superflous hair from all parts of the bodf In fir
minutes without injury to the skin.
Upham's Fester Ointment,
Is a sura and speedy cure for Festers, Salt Rheams, Chapped
Hands, and Barber's Itch.
Upham's Asthma Cure
Relieves the most violent paroxysms of Asthma in ten minutes,
and effects a speedy cure.
Upham's Freckle, Tan & Pimple Banisher,
Remove frickles, tan, sunburn, pimples on tlie face, softens
the skin and beautifies the complexion, warranted not to lujor
Dr. La Porte's Life Elixir, ;
The -real Nervine and Rejuvenating Remedy, restores to nrsaly
vi-..r all who are suffering from Impaired cpinal Kuergy,
Nervous Debility, Ac, arising from whatever cause.
The Japanese Hair Stain,
Colors th Whiskers and Moustache lieauti'ul black or brown.
It consists of only one preparation. Color will not wash of
fade out. ,
Fiery Serpents, '
OR EGOS OF PHARAOWS SERPEHTS,
A new chemical toy, an interesting ami amusing toy, consist
ing of small egg-like cones, which,' when ignited, evlv Isj
few seconds, a long twisted snake, exciting universal wonder, ,
and as hannltss as strange.
All the above preparations are sold by
C. F. PFLCQER,
Agent for C. Cpbam, .
5S9 ly Fort St., Honolulu.
On Hand and For Sale:
IATNARD 5c NOTES BEST BLACKlWi JL
quarts, pints and cones.
i.n.- oesi uiac ink. quarts, pints and com.
Pavids best Copyinjr Ink, quarts and pints.
Maynard 4- Noyes' best Copying Ink, quarts and pint.
Bank of London best Copying Ink, quarts and pint.
Arnold's Writing Fluid in quarts aud pints, received di
rect troni London.
Arnold's Copying Fluid,
Band's best Blue lot, in cones;
David's best Carmine Ink, in glass stands?
Indelible Ink. for f-king linen.
Xone hut a," ""e(624 Writing Ink kept for sale
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