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OY ADAMS & WILDER.
RcaLir Sale at Auction Kooa.
Off TTJXSDAY. :::::: JTTLY 6th,
AT 19 OCIOCK A. M
The rnal Choice Tarietr of
CalfSkins at Auction.
Off TUESDAY. JULY 6th,
AT li O'CLOCK SOOS. AT BALKS ROOM,
Fr .!crii W7om U Mvj Cmcern,
OSC CISC FRENCH CALF SKINS,
Slightly Htm get!. rlg Thomson.
BY C. S. BARTOW.
AT SALES ROO.T1.
OITTHUBSDAY. : : :
AT 10 1 O'CLOCK A.
IT THE EES I DOCK or W. L. GBFJ3, ,.,
CM MA STREET.
A Qaantitj of Valaible Fornitare !
Books, &c, &c. &c
One vry hi!wit Cortj Kna S'uie bnarf,
OtM vvry hinjlica Kna fcnJtl.
One sapr Marbto Top Dr-s'ax Tables.
Km hauuisneae Ko War lrbe.
Two tarv Japanese Broese Tim,
Urp number ttt hauylsmnHy boand
EadKh UUIim f Standard" Warts, Ar., He.
XT TV? romitar May k srm eo Wsdacsday, July 7th, I
from 'ctiW A. 31. antil " r. m-
ON" tVEDKTSDAY. : : : : JTJLY 7th.
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M, WILL BE OFFERED:
An Assortment of Merchandise !
Dry Goods, Clothing and Sundries.
Sugar Plantation for Sale.
Tbe Undersigned will offer for Eale at PCEL1C ACCTIOJf,
Thursday, the 5th day of August, 1869,
AT 12 O'CLOCK N0OX, AT SALES BOOM,
If aa rrrTlalr Sall at Private Sale,
Tbe Valuable Property known aa
The Kaiwiki Sugar Plantation,
SITUATED WEAR IIILO, HAWAII,
With an the Lamia, Leawv of Lands, Buildlnrs, MM. Machin
ery, Toel Intlnmti. Caru. - -
m m . - ... - a - -
Term. Very Liberal.
XT For particular apply to
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ELEGANT NOVELTIES !
SATURDAY. JULY 3.
t r - -,,v!r.i,.i n n
r - J r I ill UUT IMtue UI tuck nirca. we j'UULir-i;i-Al uu at-
IT erlllllieS, J7 OmciQeS, bOapS count of the emigration of families of Japanese
into tbe Mate ot Unilornia. upon which enugra-
AND HAIR OIL.
IVJ. V!i c I N E R W Y
tion Californians look favorably, and predict a
large increase to the agricultural wealth of their j a course
State. The Japanese relerrcu to have secured ten
thousand acres of L'nd at Gold Hill, about 42
miles east of Sacramento, a district said to be
favorable for the enterprises they intend to engage
in. The Bee, of tiio latter city, says :
" The recent arrival of Japanese, who come h-re aa tlie ad-
as reported by the telegraph, fear that the Lords
j will reject the measure, and thus threaten a pop
ular disturbance, which will result in the aboli
tion of the House of Lords, as a hereditary cham
ber. But, we believe, the leaders of the tory
party have too much good sense not, to perceive
the folly of eucb a course, and that they will in
tlie end gracefully yield to the popular will ;
though it may Iks done in such a way as to give
the appearance of their not being forced into such
PER BRIG FRED. THOMSON', AX
AT Til It nOSOLl LC IROX WORKS.
Valuable and Desirable
Heal Sstatc at Auction !
Off THURSDAY, : : : : : JTJLY 8th,
WIS le Soil at l'Mlt Auction,
AT IS O'CLOCK 500JT, OX THE PREMISES,
Fire Wood !
F13riyVOon BEISO SCARCE. ATTEV
TloX is caJfed to
THE CHELSEA RANGES
For bornliMC Wood or Coorf. ttior much more cmoomicKl and
efT-rtivw thaa 2lom tut Utattj nc Far tab hr
a C. EKKWER 4r CO.
fire i:xti.c;uis5ie:i:s i
-4 A FIRE EXTI f!I' IS II KfiS FROM BOS
JL wr too vi a Fraociaco loc tale by
C. BREWER k. CO.
N. B. TVsc Mchiaca. ao dearrreill pnfMiUr in the Tnitot
Trit linn anil l.nt on Emma Strret J iw -hiiom r propmT,-Hibaou
- - - 1 i rir com anu enarrea.
C. B. At CO.
Bcoratl aceapiol by W. L OREES, E.
Trrnu at Sale.
The prrmfor arar be Inapecttd at any time prericoe to the
ADAMS It WILDER. Anctinneers.
ale by applying U
WAS REMOVED TO THE STORE LATELT
M. M. utcS;4d by C. F. I'BUijcr,
. 3$ Fart Street,
Oppneite Ltwra It Dkhaoo'a lumber Tard. where, aa ma!
ah will euotinur in
Dress and Cloak Slaking in all its Branches.
LaiUea at th.ttance, by aending their BeaMres, can hare J
Drr Jli&t and Trimmed la the LatrI Stjle.
FLamoinir. Eraiilinz and rinkinx tn alt its Tartetiea. AI
arUrrs trm the alter lUal will be filled and ftjrwaided with
ALPO, ET ETERT STEAMER,
e Trianaaiaz. Straw Hale af the LMteat
Mrle aal Sisaae,
HOOP SklCTS 1D OTIICB F1SCT C00DS.
Do You Want the Very Best ?
THE "FRED. THOMPSON"
has imorcirr FOR
CASTLE & COOKE!
The Finest Assortment of
Choice Cane Land for Sale.
&2in the DrnrVrt of IIilo. Hawaii, brlonrms; to lh- esuie of
the late Msior Thne. Milkrr. aid larxl i. eliriMy lcated
on the west bank of the Wailaka rtrrr. adjoining the Pitmao
Plantation, and comprises 1 10 and 83-lOOth acres, and i well
adapted brr cane enltore. For particular and trrm applr to
tel lm V. C. WATERMAN.
THE COTTAGE AXD PREMISES OX
IIm. wnor nt 3inuana and School inwu. ml bmtnt oe
ILconied by itvtr. Hrranjrer.
Abm. a Soil of Booips in the Cottage arfjaren'.. Tnqnire of
CHO lm M- It. BECKW1TH.
Ox Voices lor Sale.
LOT OF GOOD KOA OX YORES,
Hade and for Sale by J. D. Heal,
ranced euurd of numerous (ainilies who intend to make thia
coast their future home, ami where tber hope tu prosecute with
nroflt the ailk and tem-nrniluciiif hu.inesa. haa animated mir
Ex FrPfi ThnTTlROTi from TjlVeimOOl f''t-hill people and aUrred aome of our law land ownera to
IICU' XilOinSUn, irUIU OJlVCipUUl, on-erthe Jnt! lana, on which toacttle,hUetUerelaatrife
brtwetm luealUice aa to which ball be benefitted by their prea-ence."
A Splendid Assortment of
John Gosnell&Co's Perfumes
JMO.rO WHICH ARE i
LA NOBLESSE PERFUME
Once located and fairly at work in the pursuits
which they purpose taking up, they will be the
means of drawing others, and the time is not far
distant when California will number amon" its
fanning citizens a considerable Japanese element,
engaged in tlie culture of tea and silk.
At the first thought it seems singular that Ja
panese should give us the go by on their way to
California; but it has doubtless been accom
plished by the energy of American officials in
Japan, assisted largely by the Prussian gentlemen
who accompanied the first emigration of families.
The climate, capabilities of the soil, laws, and
particularly the liberal grants of lands to actual
settlers, have been made clear to them. Com
pared with California, we may not be able to
make to the Japanese so liberal offers, but can we
not influence emigration from the South Pa
cific ? The frequency with which coffins are car-
Irom epidemic ai d Cfniaehma UlaeaM-e immediately depend. Tied thrOUJh OUT Streets, bv nizht OS well as bv
?,ae one of the most agreeable , w . .. ... 4, ' .
Exquisite and Refreshing Perfume
for the Handkerchief.
oxxoo oT XLo s o s ,
Equal to the finest Persian.
are ef Baqael-The most truly fragrant Perfume
ccr offered to Uie uMic
Gosnell's Toilet Vinegar,
In trlasa and wicker half pint bUlea. In a matter of ao much
importance as toe healthful prrserrstioo of the functions of
tbe skin, on wbh-d so much or personal ei jorment and freedom
the use of TOILET flflEUAR
and obrious safeiruards, cannot be too frequently or too hizhly
JSsxxi do Cologfiie.
This rery t uperior and refreshtnt; Perfume, put up In wicker
covered bottles of half a pint each. Is In every respect superior
to the finest Uennan Colua-ne. and infinitely better than nine
tenths of tbe ordinary Qualities monulactared at CrJ.-v. i.
riral houses, with whm the purity, strength and ooslitr of th plv OUT labor market? Ofo Tilan has vet htn
article fat Icm reicarded than lowness of price. Asa perfume i v t. i f
for tbe Handkerchief, ita peculiar fnrrance and nenetntin. Carried Out but What IS OPCn to objections.
odor eo delirhtfully refreslnne In hoi climates, and rrmtf.il t I T 1 i ... j- . .
the invalid in a sick room-are unlrersalle ackno-Wt i7- ""J l',au w w punuicu xu tue lurure SnOUlU
Gama.e,tp,Dpmic" endtf, il m"t T,1'b, toT the Teeth and j be as simple as possible, one which may be laid
LAVENDER water Lan-e and fc-., bC,ore thl8rany community with ample proof
The best ever imported.
To show with what freedom the press utters its
sentiments in England, we quote the following
telegraphic abstract of the editorials in two of the
leading London dailies :
" The Times says that on the eve of the comic crisis noth
ing since the throes which preceded the passase ot the Kelorm
hill can be compared to the consequences whi"h will attend tbe
threatened coml act of the Peers, and the result of the struggle
ia not at all doubtful. If the Lords succeeded at first they
would be compelled to undergo a second tender of the measure
already rtjerted. The first results of this action will touch nil
interests, and jeopardise not only themselves and their privi
leges, but also the peace of the great towns and the mainte
nance of law and order throughout the country. Above all,
they will do their best to provoke an outburst of passionate vio
lence in an unhappy country, the vast majority of wbote inhab
itants they prop we to out.-al'e by a couteuiptuons disregard of
their wishes. The question will not le whether the pvrer
which the lords think thev nossess shall not be proved to be
non-existeut, but whether tbe power they can exercise will not
be so irrejiarably broken aa to vanish out of existence.
"The Star, in threatening Isnua?e, says that the Irish
Church must not cumber the ground after December, and that
tbe leant said on that subject will be proclaimed irom the house
topa. The House of iAinls is not a more logical, desirable or
excusable institution than the Irish Chnrch, and in the fever
heat that will follow tbe rejection of the hill a heat will be gen
erated surh as has not beeu seen since the people of Sirming.
ham threatened to march on London in the name of reform,
and cries will be heard calling for the downfall of an obsolete
Chamber, that no longer disguises its anachronism of existence
by hereditary descent. The deference to popular will, which
the btte Duke of Wellington once said ought never again to be
withheld, with pure blindness, buzzards the misguided noble
men, who requite to be further convinced of the opinion of the
country at large. It is uot worth while to attempt a demon
stration of that opinion. When the issue comes their lordships
will probably wish they had been wise in time,
day, together with the statements of unusual
mortality among natives upon the other islands.
tell us, only too plainly, of the rapid decrease of
the true capital of this or of any country its
agricultural laborers. The most important ques
tion now arises for solution : How are we to sup-
Per Stosiiiici Idnlio.
II LACK SILK ALPACA, 5-4 trie, rery fine
TMe Damask, ami Rus.ua Diaper.
Colored TahU Damask and Doylies.
Rlearhfd f Vnbleachrd Turkish Towels,
White and Printed Linen Drills,
Just the thing for Gent's wear.
Silk Umlrellas, vhaldtone frames.
Start-1 Flannel, rery fin';
Tllaek Silk Velvet,
The Finest Rlar.k Lasting ever offered here !
X 9pUndl4 Aw-ariaae-af mt
IX LARUE AND SMALL B OTTLESC II EA P
Gaunt Iris, Ribbons, Braids, Tapes,
Durtims, Threa., Gent's Shirts,
Gent's Fine All-wool Merino Shirts,
Twine, Bottle Corks, Sponges.
One Superior Embroidered Piano Cover !
Large tlx aoI dork-green ground.
ALl TO HE SOtVH AT LOW RATES.
JAPANESE BAZAR !
Just the thinforFourth of July,
Tmty. Pafe a ad Cheap. Also, Just opened, a lot of
Beautiful Straw-worked Boxes!
We have ealy a few Package left Vf tTPUAM'S
Freckle. Tan and rimple Kanfelicr !
Only SO Cents pr Packaw.
aa a at a a - .
aaa tasrrugsre wsaii ale rrwae-etfallr
Citlasons and Visitors
TO A CtlOICK COLLECTI0X OF
Cot! rfI aa OruBeatAl,
CONSISTING lit PART OT
Beautiful Crystal Jewelry,
Rroaze and Silrer Hackles,
Stnds, Scarf Rings and Sleeve Buttons,
Of Bronie and Ivory.
Embroidered Caahlos Carer.
II a as boo Cbaias.
Swla JlAckJses -ri Pattcras, far al JL U let,
JAPANESE BAZAR, FORT STREET.
-g7'1 MRS.T. TAXXATT.
Butter Uuttcr, Ilnttcr !
The Dairy of Mr. McKeagne, Zoolan.
fgg? Fresh Datter eiery Fridaj !
VaerM eu a. the hew Moiokai Batter, ra met nr,
AmA SUM at 31 12 Cala paw lb.
OLD CVRIOSITT MHOr, TORT STREET.
Ftease trtve a trUl. Ounranired a full supply aA the year
rwuad at 10 sAnve arte. ell m
Per ISarlt Comet,
Half btls. best Columbia River Salmon,
Cases Yarmouth Sweet Corn.
Packages of the
Celebrated box & jar Japan Tea.
Per Stcsiiiicr !
Kits No. 1 Mackerel.
Large Jars Japan Tea,
Fresh Graham Floor,
Fresh Hominy, IO lb. bags
Dbls. Golden Gate Extra Familj Flour
HI EX II 0ATJIE.IL. 10 Dk hags.
Best California Hams, Best Streak Bacon,
3F'xolx Bmolr.ocl Xloof,
Erntlem Ar.t.vjroriJ (ixlLth.
Hatch's lYram t'herne.
Casts Yanitnuth Corn.
Caws Green Peas,
Cases & Qr. Cases Saloon Bread,
T1XS fXESII CHICK FRS 1SS0RTED,
TINS Jim RLKS AM) CA K ES, Assorted,
CASES TABLE FRV ITS CHERRIES,
New Ilumlwldt I?otaxtoo
For Sale at the Family Grocery & Feed Store
ewst I. DART LETT.
This truly Miracnlous Water will, by proper application, grad
ually restore erey hair to its original hue, check baldness, and
if used la pror time prevent the hair Irom ever becoming
IVA NOBLESSE POMADE
Renders tbe hair glossy, promotes its growth and preserves its
VEGETABLE CREAM for Improving tbe growth and vigor
oT the hair, removing dandruff, &c
TUB ORIGINAL NCTRATIVE CREAM For promoUns
the rrowih and beauty of the hair.
GKNUINE BKAR'S MAKKOW For beautifying, nourish
ing aoj promoting the growth of the hair.
TUB CELtBKATKD MARROW OIL Orouine
port!. L'oequalled for tlte growth of the hair.
MCILIAN CREAM For the hair.
CRTSTALIZED CREAM F01 the hair.
LLAMA POM A DE For beautifying and nourishing the hair.
CJLJAKIAS POMADE For beautifying and nourishing the
FLORIDA POMADE Gives to the hair rich, glossy ap.
AMBROSIAL. SHAVING CREAM
This Cream possesses all the good qualities of the finest 'a-pW-s
p, unaceoaipanled by tlte unpleasant smell Inseparable
from that article In a geouine state, and in addition to this ad
vantage it cuo tains no trtrombincd or free alkali, as is snroe-
umestnecase with Aapli-s snap.
IrritatkMi to tentler faces. The Amli
"f a white pearly ainenranc-. and Droducea a rieh mmv
lather which will not dry on the face this complaint against
" every c oaring ixan nitncrto introduced being entirely
Clicrryr Tooili Paste,
Aeknowledged by all woo have made trial of its superior cleans
ing and preservative properties, to be beyond comparison the
best preparation for the Teeth.
Of superior quality, very convenient in form, aod most service
able in use t th-se Tooth Brushes cleanse the Teeth thoroughly
whhoot injury to the gums, are made of tbe best materials on
really scientific principles, and warranted to purchasers.
CHERRY TOOTH POWDER,
For beautifying and tirwriitii the Tret h. and Imnartlnw a
pearly whiteness hitherto uiituiiiulilc.
aad Milirflear Sceated Partable I other word, all cxncnBes incurred for the intro-
realSbavlag Tablet, in metallic cases. Lwrl U W ,,., 1.1 , r r
Tbe Cflebrated Camphorated Chalk Dentifrice,
A truly excellent article for cleansing and preserving tbe Teeth.
VIOLET AND MILLEFLTCR SCENTED TRANSPARENT I
ewir, in large round cases, a moat fragrant article.
VIOLET AND M I LLEFLEUR
Scented Transparent Soap.
In green wrappers, tin tod and tissue paper. Ladies freonenU
ibx wrainoa sua van rwans will nna ibis rragrant, aromatle
and etnoUeot transparent Nap peculiarly refreshing. The
parity of this Soap recommends it to gentlemen sharing, and to
made in tablets of various sixes lur dressing Cases.
that the immigrants are not the dupes of dceir
ing men, aa is too often tho case with schemes
proposed and carried out under tlie title of 44 Im
migration," 44 Bonded labore," and "Appren
tice Acts," upon which enlightened communities
aro beginning to look with much distrust and
Now that natives have been procured from Ma
nahiki and found to be susceptible of assimilation
with Ilawaiians, the solution of this difficulty can
be accomplished. Let a bona fide immigration be
initiated to tho end that they may be induced to
come to these Wands as actual settlers, free from
contract or other obligation than to become indus
trious laborers and citizens, with a knowledge of,
and a willingness to abide by our laws. This wo
know to Lave been the idea of a largo majority of
those who supported Mr. Wildcr's bill in the As
sembly, under which the voyage of tho Mauna
Loa was undertaken. Let the sum then appro
priated, or such balance as now remains, be ex
pended in faying the passage of such natives as
hicb causes considerable maJ choose to emigrate to these islands, and in
'prod''crear locating them at or near our agricultural centres,
on any unoccupied lauds free of charge, as long as
they may remain on them. A thousand more
liko these will not be too many.
Tho Government owes it to the planters that an
effort to this end should be made, and at the
earliest practicable moment. And just here we
wish to raiso the question as to tlie propriety of
making planters pay an additional or special tax
for the introduction of bonded laborers or immi
grants, in the form of passage money, as has been
the custom. No ono will question the fact that
our sugar interest is the predominant one, and
upon its success hangs the prosperity of every in
dividual in the Kingdom ; consequently, why
should not every person assist in its support ? In
Tlio 3rnils, Steam and Ttallroads.
If any one has doubted the fact that steam an
nihilates time and space, and that the Continent
al Railroad would bring even this isolated group
nearer to the great commercial centers of the old
world, there is no room now for further doubt.
The steamer arrived here at 6ix o'clock A. AI., on
the 29 th of June landing New York papers of
June 12th 17 days old, and San Francisco pa
pers of tlie 19th 10 days old. London papers of
May 29h were also received just 30 days old.
Letters of June 10th from New York, 19 days old,
and a telegram dated Queenstown, Ireland, June
17th, 12 days old, were also received.
These are 6omc of the changes which steam and
the telegraph are creating, drawing closer to us
home associations and connections, and the stir
ring scenes of fatherland. It seems strange to us
in central Polynesia, to be reading New York pa
pers only twenty days old, and London opinions
of new and passing events uttered but SO days
ago. lnis shortening ot space gives to the wide
awake merchant greater advantages than he had
before, and the opportunity to do a larger and, if
cautious, a more profitable business. How it
may be done is for each one to 6tudy.
The trains on the Continental Railroad now run
regularly each day, and arc provided with superb
sleeping cars, of the new Pullman patent, which,
aro said to surpass those formerly in use. Every
thing that can tend to the comfort of travelers is
being done, and ladies and even invalids can now
travel by rail as comfortably as by steamer. It
may interest our readers to know the distances,
timo and cost .between San Francisco and New
York, and we insert the following table :
The IStoam Initio. .
.Since the abrogation f tbe silly quarantine
imposed by the Board of Health, the passenger
traffic by the steamer has steadily increased, and
unless again interfered with by our fussy officials,
she may be able to earn at least a fair share of the
trade and travel on her route.
Some changes and improvements have been
made in her -which are worthy of note. She
arrived at her dock in San Francisco at 7 P. M.
on "Wednesday evening, June 9th, thirteen days
from Honolulu, discharged her cargo with the
despatch for which that port is noted, and at 3
P. M. next day (the 10th) went into the dry dock
at Hunter's Point, where her copper and sheath
ing were stripped off, and she was caulked and
coppered, and all her machinery taken apart,
overhauled, and put together again in six work
ing days, and the vessel despatched on her usual
route with a detention of only eight days in port.
On overhauling her machinery, it was found
that the keys or bolts that keep the propeller-
shaft in its place, bad been eaten away by the
strong 6alt water, so that the shaft bore unevenly
and heavily in its socket, requiring an immense
power and consumption of fueL to propel her.
Remedying this defect has improved her speed
so that she has been ablo to make the shortest
trip to this port ever made by a steamer of this
line 9 days and 20 hours, consuming only twelve
and a half tons of coal per day, while recently her
consumption has averaged nineteen tons a day
a large saving iu a round trip of 4200 miles.
The passengers on her last trip confirm our
own experience that she is one of the most com
fortable and easy vessels at sea, that have ever
sailed from this port. We are glad to hear she
has a full complement of passengers out : but
trust she will bring back as many as she takes
Sherman (Summit)...... 1.042
Jiryan. ................. I,3f4
Weber Canon 1,517
Os.len (Salt l.ake) 1,628
lirotnontiiry Foint. ...... l,5Sl
Eumboldt Wells 1,753
Pl.-bo (White Tine) 1 $10
Summit Sierra.......... 2.165
San Francisco. .......... 2,390 .... ....
The prices now fixed for first class passengers
are as follows :
Mir. Hour. Gold.
San Francisco to Ogden 8G2 32 $50
Ogden to Omaha 1,065 63 60
Omaha to Chicago 463 24 16
Chicago to New York 900 41 15
3,350 150 $130
According to this table which we make up from
the latest and most authentic data, the time rc-
mxes, three in eac
la handsome boxes, three in each box. carefullv wranned In
1 a? is
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
From Europe and the United States t
AND AN ASSORTMENT OF
Perfumery and Toilet Articles
At very Lrow Prlre-w,
Luci Inferior to S7ono I
Toil SALE BT
A Fcir Sniulftfone Filters,
OP DIPFCREXT SIZKS. FOR SALE AT
64 las r. A. SCUAKPfcll CO.S-
it D. FOSTER
D ALTON fit BLAUVELT,
Saddle nnl iH.irness .linker,
KINO STREET, HONOLULU.
CairUse Trln.'suBS la All lt
Orders froes tbe other Island. ' promptly attended to.
XXXJG- SI 'XIXTET.
OPPOSITE J. LEWIS' COOPER SHOP,
W here Faaailia ess I
Saapliel wit Is Ibe
Beef, Mutton, Fork an I Sausages,
AT asAJOSASUI BATS .
61 2m WI.iEBAtl! Jt 8H&EI. PmpYs.
VAILUICU,VAIL U1CU !
'Jt. I I I TO A Kk rA.lSl.13H
M1ST m us Iowa, btsaagto to
MESSRS. DAVIS At PAI5TER,
CeoTtareit a feat Planters and thrir l?nu Kwm so caasa to
ewapuia f a waat ef iMvlwnctta.
nr mnmts xaefciarry. ana hHKus far work, place
i a pamiuom sappy aa drsssnJs a'tbsa! any assay.
PARTIES IX nOXOLCLC CAX RATE
Wheels of any Dimensions Made to Order,
At tVaa ratea laaa cast aa aWtalar eWwhcre.
Twosouares to each box. neatlv wraDned In r.il , mtmn-tm
- - . - ; . . . ' I . ... . - I .1 J I f .
ouuuicuucu k fnuujmg tae dmmiu aou ocauuiyias; tne skin, i tuo uurouucuon ot laoorcrs iroin any anu every
country where they can bo procured. Laborers
duction of labor should be paid for out of tho
common treasury, which can bo done without an j 1uired to make the F8' allowing for no stoppa-
increase of present rates of taxation. Natives
thus placed can make their own bargains with
planters, and self interest will prompt the planter
in arranging terms so that the laborer shall be
satisfied. Tho first term of service should be
short, that the laborer's initiation to the man
ners, customs and wants of their masters should
not be tiresome.
But while this system of transferring free immi
grants from Southern Polynesia should be estab
lished, the way should not be left closed against
COCOANUT OIL SOAP,
Etroocly recommended far its detergent qualities, in boxes of
two tablets, neatly wrapped.
Price & GosnelTs Ecal Old Erown "Windsor
Prrpared by tbe same process aa their ratrat MMefleor and
Vl-4ct Scented Transpaieot Soap, being farmed of Ui4 most in
Doretit and eaiolienl ingredienta.
Price and OosnerTs Real Old Brown Windsor Soap, In wrap
pers of six each.
11 lee k. Gosnetrs Brown Windsor Soap. In packages of thne
Brown Windsor Soap, tn bulk, In boxes of 14Jbs each.
OATMEAL SOAP, m 14ft boxes.
Naples Soap, Rose Soap, Slosk Brown Windsor Soap. Peach
' are wanted, and the united efforts of Government,
planters, and others, cannot bring too many.
Tlio IoIltIutl Ktrutrjrio In Eng.
The news from England, by telegraph, is to the
17th of June, and tho details of the great debate
in the House of Lords on the Irish Church Bill
will be found in full on our fourth page. One
cannot read it without being convinced that the
contest over this measure is the greatest that has
been before the English people for a lonr time.
Kosauai Soap. Tablet, Almond Brown Soap, Glycerine Toilet n lts passage OT defeat, CVCrV class appears
.p, Pure Otycerme Soap, Honey Soap, , to bo interested. "
Instantaneous Hair Djc,
The only Dye that will not stain the skin.
GosnelTs Patent Trichosaron,
The bill passed the Commons on its final read
ing on the 28th of May, by a vote of 3C0 to 247,
giving it a majority of 113, five less than the
largest majority it had previously drawn out.
On tlie 1st of June it was read for the first time
The only perfect Hair Brush, preeminently excelling an others, before the Lords. On the Cth the conservatives
vi.w.uiun uiuii,i. miu rroacr n toe most per. . .
fect of iu kind. Although posscMuas; in use an almost incredU r t0riC8, WHO POSSCS8 a majority of about eighty
ble ch-anslng power, yet it does not produce the slightest irrita- in th TTrwiRo f lnb met It, . ,
tion of the skio of the head, which so frequently creates dai uousc oi Lows, met in caucus, to consider
urun ana eren premature oaMness. IIS peculiar mechanical
constructioo accomplishes the two operations of cleansing and
polishing simultaneously, thus leaving the hair beautifully soft
and glossy, unattainable by other means. To meet tbe require
ment of all, they are made of six different degrees cf quality
varying from rery hard to rery soft.
FOR THE HAIR,
wtiat was Dcst to be done with the bill. Lord
Cairns, the tory leader, advised a full discussion
on its second reading, and that tho Lords finally
reject it firmly and boldly. Lords Salisbury,
Carnaervon and others counseled caution, that
the bill be carefully amended, and if possible, ac
cepted, lhe majority, however, appeared to side
with Lord Cairns and Derby, who advised that it
be fearlessly rejected.
On Monday, June 14, tho debate was com
menced by the Earl of Granville, leader of the
hair bad fallen off from uioess, change of climate or debility of I Liberals, the bill being on its second reading
tbe system, the continued use of John OosnrU it Co.'s Golden .... , ... .... "
Oil has rwi found certain remedy for the Drodudion of -AU IX'nUOn Was StUTCa Wltn CUriOfltV if not PT-
M t. sit - - - W M ti a I
cite men t ; the house, its galleries, chambers and
lobbies, were crowded, while the populace, in
countless thousands, filled tbe streets leading to
the Parliament, eager to watch the proceedings.
Yet all passed ofT quietly, that is, without any
popular demonstration. The discussion occupied
the session on the 14tn, and again on the 15th and
ICtb. We have no report of any action on tbe bill
a the 17th, and probably there was none.
The speech of Lord Gray, at tho session of the
16th, appears to have been a forcible one. lie
urged tbe conservatives to consider the amend
ments in a Cur and conciliatory spirit, and ex
horted tho Lords to accept the measure with
dignity, and not incur the odium of tbe people by
collision with the House ot Commons, which
represented tbe deliberate opinion of the nation.'
Tbe Archbishop of Canterbury, on the previous
day, spoke in tbe same strain.
Some of tbe English papers, in their comments,
ges or detentions, is siz. days and six hours, at a
cost for passage money of $130 in gold, to which
should be added at least $20 for meals and extra
charges for sleeping cars.
Tho steamers via Panama run three times a
month, and carry many passengers, as may be seen
by the following items from the San Francisco
papers of June l6t :
Golden City sailed for Panama this morning, carrying 31X
passengers and $784,485 in treasure.
Tbe steamer Arizona sailed from New York, to-day, with
720 passengers for California and 1,126 tons freight.
Tho charge for passage by them is as follows :
first cabin $177 ; second cabin $152 ; steerage
$50. Tho railroad carries emigrants from New
York to Sacramento for $75. From these data,
it will be seen that the cost by the two rival
routes is about the same, though that by rail is
perhaps tho cheapest, at least to those living in
the Western States.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
txf Oar readers will find this number of the Ad
vertiser full of local and foreign news of recent date.
On our first page, is a graphic description of the
Harper's establishment in New York, and cf the
mode in which the famous periodicals of that house
are conducted. On the fourth page, the story, of life
on Baker's Island is of rare interest ; so also the ex
tract from the Atlantic giving a description of these
islands, and the telegraphic debate in the House of
Lords on the Irish Church Bill. We take special
pains to furnish only the latest and most reliable news.
Now that the Overland Railroad brings us so near to
the Atlantic States. England and Europe, we urge
our readers to send the paper to their home corres
pondents or friends. It will reach them as soon as
letters, and do more than anything else to give them
an intelligent idea of what these islands are, of their
progress, prosperity agriculture and commerce.
Generally speaking, foreigners of America and Eu
rope are lamentably ignorant of these islands, and be
lieve us to be little else than cannibals. A perusal of
this paper will do more to correct their misapprehen
sions man any numoer oi letters, xne paper is
mailed to foreign subscribers for $8.00 a year, which
includes the Hawaiian and American postages ; or
single papers con be had in wrappers, the postage
oemg iour cents eacu.
Fiee Alarm Bell. By the Idaho the Fire Depart
ment are in receipt of the new fire alarm belt It
weighs 1018 pounds and is said to be ofasuperior
metal and manufacture. At a meeting of the De
partment held on Thursday evening last, it was de
termined to canvass the town for the purpose of se
curing the necetsary funds for the erection of a
tower, as the appropriation for the use of the De
partment is getting low, and the following Commit
tee was appointed for that duty : 1st Assistant En
gineer J. A. nassinger, 2nd Assistant Thos. Hughes.
Foremen : Messrs. Wm. Hughes, J. W. McGuire, E.
II. Boyd, C. N. Spencer and J. A. Hopper. Such an
alarm bell has been very much needed in this city,
as those at present in use can rarely be heard above
Kukui street, when the trades are blowing fresh.
f3?" Among the deaths will be noticed that of Mr.
James Carrie, a native of England, who has resided
here some ten years. He is said to have brought
with him about twenty-five thousand dollars, which
is invested chiefly in real estate. A year or two since
a cousin of his visited Honolulu, but nothing is
known now of his whereabouts, nor where other rela
tives of Sir. Currie reside, if he has any. He is sup
posed to have died intestate, and his property, unless
heirs come forward, will revert to the Hawaiian Gov
ernment, he having taken the oath of allegiance to it.
To June Nineteenth.
By the arrival of the Steamer IJato on the 23th,
ten days from Sail Francisco, we have papers from
that city to the 19tli. with telegrams from Europe
to about the same date.
The musical Jubilee opened at Bcwfcoa June 16V
President Grant and others were present
1 eru has recognized the Cubans an beligerents;
It is thought that Chile will soon follow Peru in
recognizing the independence of Cuba.
A train from Washington comprising ten ears,
including the President's car. met with an accifcnt.
When near Annapolis Junction it collided with tv
cow, throwing the bacrsaze and two passenger
cars off the track and overturning them.
3fr. Burlinganie is about to conclude a treaty be
tween r ranee and China similar to that recently
concluded with England.-.
Affairs in Cuba appear to have taken a favorable
turn for the insurgents again.. The reported sur
render of Cuban soldiers and officers to Valmazeda,
is flatly contradicted by Cuban sourcesof news.
Adelaide Philips' attempt to sing iu the Coliseum
was a failure. Madame Parcpa-Iiosa has made a
A despatch from Cespedes -to Minister Lemns.
dated Guayamora, May 15th, gives the features of
the new Republic. Cuba is to be divided into four
States. The Legislature is to consist of but one
House. The President is to be elected by the
Legislature. Keligous and civil liberty is to be
granted. All eitizens over twenty years f age are
to have the right of suffrage.
There are ninety cases of smallpox at BlackwelPs
Island, New York.
Washington-, June 11, 18C9. President Grant's
vacation will extend through July and August,
and will be spent principally at Long Branch and
in the White Mountains.
It is announced that if the condition of tbe pnb
lic business will admit, the President will vit th
Decidedly the most eflicioos preparation lot improving tbe ap
pearance of tbe Hair which bats hitherto been submitted to ap
proval. It promotes the growth, gives softness and beauty to
lis texture, removes dandruff and prevents prematui e baldness.
Ladies are st roogly recommended to make trial of its admir-
w restorative qualities, whtcn bave been attested by persons
of tbe highest respectability. In numerous cases wbera tbe
Hair, and also Moustaches and Beard.
The CoIdfB Oil Is rafqialftd for Children's II Air;
It Is both stimulating and nutritive, and rreaUr admired for Iu
diHirste and fragrant perfume.
ALSO, OX HAND,
THE FLEST IAD MOST VARIED ASSOETHOT
COSNELL'S PERFUMES Z
Ever Offered ia this Market. .
As I keep none of tbe worthless trash of other rerfumes)
oOred ia town, the public wUl be certain to receive no other
JOHN COS.VELL Si CO.'S
Perfumes, Pomades, Soaps, Oils, Tooth and
3 t Corner Fort ami Merchant streets.
Tlx tvt lloulevard
" The road to Waikiki is being widened twenty feet. This
will be a great convenience, as the road hitherto has been, for
the most part, too narrow for carriages to pass when meeting.
Thus the "Boilevask ! !" which one of our citizens recom
mends, may be said to be in the process of being bn'Jt."
The above is clipped from the Gazelle of June
9th. "One of our citizens" took a ride out over
the route which had been proposed as the pros
pective Boclevake,' reports that the road to
Waikiki has not been widened to twenty feet,
but that a part of the road, say from a point
about a third of a mile this 6ide of His Majesty's
seaside villa, to a point just beyond tho said villa,
has been widened, while along by " Sunny South"
the famous dangerous canal " still remains,
with the road so narrow as to compel timid drivers
to halt while a carriage is passing. Now if what
has been done is due to the expected visit of the
Duke of Edinburgh, we suggest that, as His High
ness has not yet arrived, the improvements be
pushed on, as the public generally will be bene
fitted by any progress made.
Our citizen aforesaid, on proceeding over the
route, found a slight bar to a comfortable rido
along the beach, near the Catholic chapel, in thc j
6hape of a fence, which, at high tide, necessitated l
a ride into tbe water up to his saddle girths. He
has since been told that this might have been
avoided by going inland, where be would have
found a gate. Proceeding onward, just this Bide
of Diamond Head, a second fence, projecting still
farther into the sea, barred his progress, and as
the tide was high, the citizen " gave it up, and
returned to town, disgusted with tho Gazette's
Bocletare, in process of being built." It is
suggested that a gate way through the second
fence, at a point to be crossed by tho road, would
be a great convenience, especially to ladies.
for San Francisco, taking a full cargo of island pro
duce, and some forty passengers, among whom are
Moos Beranger, late French Consul, Mr. and Mrs.
Finn, Mr. and Mrs. A. Wilcox and son, Mrs. Mist
and two children, Bobt. Mof&t. Mr. and Mrs. Pfluger
Mrs. Doane, Mrs. D. Enapp, Misses Mary and Alice
Green, three Misses Makee, Messrs. Lombard and
Attwood, Messrs. Jones, Leonard, Wm. Smith, Wm.
Bond. Chaa. Cook, Jos. Emerson, W. Fester, Charles
Makee and others. . ". -
t" It is said that the stroke oar" of the Ameri
can boat, in the race between the Harvard and Taj
1 A. -11 Ml 1- 1 11 . .
win. ctuos, wiii ue xuuiiueu oj a young Hawaiian,
native of Hilo, and brother of the Lieutenant Governor
of Hawaii. The position assigned to him is consid
ered the most responsible of the four oarsmen, as the
others are guided by the movements of the " stroke-
oarsman," and if his nerves or courage fail, the race
is lost. Hawaii, therefore, has an interest in this
contest, and may some day take part in an interna
The "Focbth." The ninety-third anniversary
of American Independence bids fair to be a very quiet
one. So far as known the parade of the " Good Tem
plars," and the race between the boats Card Bell
and Dauntless, will be the only features of the day,
Monday. The absence of an American Minister, and
even of the Charge, doubtless accounts for the apa
thy shown. All that is needed to start a celebration
is for some one to take the initiative. We have heard
of preparations being made upon the other islands
where ministers and other officials are unknown.
The French Legation. We have to note the . aV.
rival by the Idaho of His Ex. Mons. P. Bollieu, who
is under appointment as Commissioner and Consul
General of France, and as successor of Mons. Be
ranger, who has been transferred by his government
to another consulate, and leaves to-day in the steam
er. During his residence here of two years, Mons.
Beranger has gained the respect of the foreign resi
dentsand carries with him the good wishes of alL
valuable Improved Stock. We learn that the
bark Paraguay, which sailed from Liverpool for this
port, has on board a Devon and a Durham bull of the
purest blood, which are to be placed upon the Eoha-
la Ranch, on Hawaii.
The bark Comet, which sailed from San Fran
cisco June 13th, and is now 20 days out, has a mail
and the San Francisco weekly papers of June 12th.
This instance shows the reliability of steam, and the
uncertainty of sails and winds. Up to the hour of
going to press we have no tidings of her. ,f
Those living in San Francisco or any otner
part of California, and wishing to advertise in this
paper or to subscribe for it, will please call on L. P.
Fisher, Esq,, No. 16, Merchant's Exchange, San
Francisco, who is authorized to receipt for us.
Tub Warwick. This fine little schooner is again
in our harbor, after her rough usage on Lanai. She
is now as sound as when new, and after receiving a
suit of metal will resume her old route.
Masonic. The regular monthly meeting of Haw
aiian Lodge No. 21, Fj & A. M., will be held at their
rooms, Makee's building, on Monday evening next,
Pociuc coast in September. A stronsr pressure has
been brought to bear upon him to induce him to
make the trip overland. It is proDosed that the
President, Vice-President, Secretary "of tlie Interior,
Attorney-General, and the Mayors of New. York,
Boston. Philadelphia. Chicaco. St. Louis. Cincin
nati and New Orleans make the trip in the same
car. If the trip is agreed upon, it is believed that
Senator Sumner will delay bis intended , trip and
join tho Presidential party; and William .Cullen
Bryant ahd Henry Ward Beecher are said to bave
signified their willingness and desire to join the
Secretary Seward was expected to arrive in
San Francisco on the 21, via the Pacific Railroad.
A despatch from Washington announces the ap
pointment of Colonel Coey as Post Master at San
Francisco, rice Smith, removed.
The smallpox has broken out in a virulent form
on board her Britannic Majesty's steam-sloop
Chameleon, anchored off Taboga in Panama. Some
fourteen cases were reported.
A telegram from Victoria states that Mrl Sey
mour. Governor of British Columbia, died at Bel-
lacoole on tbe 10th instant, while on an official tour
in the fyxirrowJiaick, gunboat.
John II. Carmany & Co., publishers of the Com
mercial Herald, have purchased the Overland
Monti Jy. Six thousand copies of this magazine
were published for June, and only three hundred
were left. ,
Minister Motley arrived at Liverpool i May 3Iet.
and was received by the Mayor and tbe American
Motley received the address of the Chamber of
Commerce at his hotel. In reply, he returned
thanks for tbe welcome he had received as the rep
resentative of the United States. He said . it was
the earnest hope and chief wish of President
Grant's administration and of the people of Ameri
ca to retain faithfully friendly and equitable rela
tions with the Government and people of Great
Britain. The happiness of tbe world, tbe advance
ment ot civilization, the best hopes of humanity
are in concord on this, with all branches of the
human lamily ; but especially those of the two
leading nations, both connected by personal inter
est, allied by blood, addicted to commerce and
cultivation of the arts of peace. Motley concluded
as follows :
" My most strenuous efforts shall be devoted to
further a good understanding ou a basis of endur
ing friendship and kindly relations, in accordance
with the great principles of justice and honor,
which are immutable and the only safe, unerring
grounds in the conduct of nations." ,
The disaster by explosion in the coal mine at
Merthyr-Tydvil, Wales, proves to be somewhat
less sirious than at first supposed.
Fifty-five dead bodies have been recovered. '
It is believed that the total number of persons '
killed will not exceed seventy-five.
London. June 3. The House of Lords passed In
Committee of the Whole a bill creating life per
ages amended so as to limit the number to two to
be elected annually.
Dublin, June 4. A large meeting of Orange
men was held In this city last evening to protest
against the disestablishment of tbe Irish Church.
It is estimated thtt over 40.000 persons were pres
ent. Appropriate speeches were made and resolu
It is said that twenty-five Conservative neent
will decline to follow the policv of reiection. Th
defection of others is probable.
iherost Umce Department has com oleted ar
rangements for the purchase of the telegraph lines.
Immense Tory demonstrations are made through
out the Kingdom.
In Manchester, 200,000 were present : in Liver
pool, 500,000 were present, and protested against
al .f il It a a a
uia passugu oi tne uisesiaoiisnment Dill.
Civil Troubles in France.
London. June 11. Private telecrama from Par fa
give an exceedingly gloomy picture of affairs.
tuois are reportea irom a number of interior
towns, and there is a feverish apprehension of re
newed and more terrible tumult in Paris.
1 he speedy dethronement of Napoleon is f reelw
spoken of by diplomatists and by the people as prob-
London, June 11 Tbe aeitation in Paris mn-
tinued last night until midnight.
l roops occupied Montmartre and vicinity.
Cavalry paraded the streets all night. .
Shortly after midnight a crowd in one of thn
streets of Montmartre District broke through the
line of police and formed a barricade, but were
dispersed and pursued iarml? directions. Many win
dows were broken and other damage to property
The cavalry charged through the streets several
Many citizens were wounded, but none reported
Six hundred arrests have been made.
Further disturbances are aDnrehendevl. TVtr.
ordinary precautions have been takea to prevent
The returns are reported as nhowlnrr f ha !,. j.
of 200 official and 93 opposition candidates.
The editors ot the Reveille were arrested to-day
for conspiracy. .
Paris, June 11. Gen. Cluseret fa ernolloil fmm
France. - -
Great crowds still continue in the TLinnrmnri
District, and in other quarters.
i ne agitation and excitement are unabated.
The Emperor and Em press passed thrmio-h th
streets again this evening ia an open carriage, with
only tbe usual number of attendants.
Pari3, June 12. Three members of tha
staff of the Siecle and several members of Bochefort's
electoral committee have been arrested.
iiie tmperor has decreed a meeting of the Corns
jgislatif on the 28th.
The Prefect of Police nlaearrlorl . nrnt.n..i;.n
- -a 1 VVIlUn.tl
throughout the citv. urcinor all ennrt r-itivAna t ;-t
the authorities ia the execution of the law and the
preservation of public order and peace.
iuuuu agitation sun exists.
Large crowds linger in the streets.
Paris, J une 12. Tumults in the streets continue. "
xne cavairy paraded all last night
No resistance was offered to th
We are indebted to Purser McLellan, of the 4 ia a few daJ
EL7- The steamer Idaho leaves today at 4 P. tt,tlj?B0 fo?papera 111(1 Wppine memoranda. Also to
Capt. Preble of the Ellen Goodspeed, tor a file of pa
Advices from Hongkong are to the 11th of May.
The Chinese news is unimportant. The civil war
in Japan continues. Tbe Mikado bad sent a pow
erful fleet against the rebels at HakodadL It was
reported that French officers had aided the rebels
Loxpon, June 9. Archbishop of Canterbury
has connseled the Bishops in the House of Lords
not to oppose the Irish Church Disestablishment
WaS Offered tn th vnanv apra.ta
lln ua.a vnn,lA Tl "I -
.. .v umuc iub emperor and hmpreaa
drove through Montmartre. entirely unattended.
Paris. June 13. Tbe French cable expedition
has commenced. The Great Eastern cleared, and '
will arrive at Portland on Monday.
A grand banquet was given at Brest to-day, to
celebrate the successful loading of tbe French ca
ble, on board the steamer Great Eastern. Tbe
great steamship will proceed to lay the new cable
The insurgents in several of the recent encoun
ters gained slight advantages over the troops. The
volunteers in Matanzas are following the example
of those of Havana. They assembled before the
Government Palace and demanded the immediate
resignation of the Governor of Matanzas. Their
demand was acceded to, and Col. Leon is acting as
Governor. No outrages were committed, and at
last accounts order was maintained.
Havana remains exceedingly quiet' Tbe public
anxiety is intense. A special Bteamer has been or--
dered to be in readiness to convey Gen. Dulce to
Spain. It is exoected that he will denart in a day
1 or two. -