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C 0 1VT IVI E R C I A X .
SATURDAY. APRIL. 23. l.v. :
The arrival of it.- pi.vr AuMralUn l.mcr marts an era I
n the eotr.ir.erri .1 history of this port. It dtii.el to fur- j
cisb a ou I tie Vr-t ..due or trade, and a new outlet f,r ;
our merlins asr-.culMral Fr!urf. Ia foci shall have j
k-fi the d,l of two eitenuve mrkrti-ui one di- ,
r:,t. r, toIII 1k rdmrf aiihI far the work.
ship was ouoe considered a useless hulk, but her j V f 1 . '. ..i o .
I 'I ho Virst trtt vr.f r.h'Tinp.l m the Senate stood
WTraflAV, APRIL 23.
Tlio VUKtrallini Hteam Iliiti.
Ti n r.ioneer pteamer. Wo.vga Wonca. of the
r-ciun u?Fiy!ni population oi ahout a "J ' j Auatralian and San Francisco line, arrived at this
SSi. Tuesday morning. April 19th, seventeen
cieart:rombehirfiewb''e. days froin Auckland, w hich port she left on the
ve t ve Ur a ur-s: to L.-a.a s..y ) ... ... . oj. nr route commenced at t vdney, which Bhe
Tii'm I vsrv wntpr Tt i n.rt of nrudence to be always ( of the teacher's desk. Reader, has father rime
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SDnuaieu vour uena wuu oxiow uuu i v.u wn iu
at, a school and take a look at rosy cheeks, bright
mission has been learned, and she is now em- . ' ... M.:r
.'ployed in laving ocean telegraphs, a work tor -
i v-u ,j" i ii f7 it requires a two-thirds vote 48 ayes, which it
which no other vef-sel afloat is eo well adapted. i
. . ... .u ! now seems difficult to obt:iin. The President has
In addition to the proposea caDie acruee ihc
1 t , a) fknf ,1, sjnnn ' 1. it final "infirm till
JdjUtCLCU Lilt; kn.iiakv
the return of the cornuiioidon which lie has des-
onies. except that the daty
:icy Eitniug .Veu-T of March
. f. . 1 n" I i r ,U l. . . 4 .,.T-1,r.l
f i i roan.lt MOal to b-;t one ! iCU CD Uie .Wl Ol iitn.u, Uiciii-C i .iutB.iuf
.Vuatrnlian Mail Lite of Packeta :
To Icwve SydiH-v To leave Auckland
on Hifcrir i 5 lr t o
rtil a zwl. Wc Siul in th
Stcs Htnc!.ar ?vn ro.n.:n(t Ty s-ircr, but there
ri -..r.:e.wi r.- Ily de, pn-vci.1 .r ima.
J,.:,.a id rioU:i. Tl of the rm:h
ut nJii a ifc.il raarartr. Eror. re quotable at X31
ri-K.ih. '-'"1 it.Z f-'l plt-""'- 6d If native. w-J Ct4 to .
f . I f,r ManiU, t:.- Isl't as in rt.t-i't than cUir de
t ..ri.r.n irr i mj rnrral. ? lorn that the duty
n Vif crn-ihM -nd r w:ir it f!- -une-ne tnny a I .Mrtll, , -ipru, IOiV
rDd. MMf.ti- arr TK.t-t at M, aecordinf LTth April, I 4th May,
,o.ia: rT m. r,nvk.i.r.k. Sh..rP A V' Circular of , Iftth May, " j oth June,
AprU ilju'lr yIIo rruI 15 (2) 36", yOthJuoe, " 1 4 th July, "
br,wr.i, Di ! '- The ai'iM" '-''' : ! And each ninith fallowing to leave Fy.lney on the
-Juia Us a.!at. f-iilv jh it im rur-. our lout sum- i Jt day cf the rnorith, and to leave Auckland on the
miry. ui- D-..4.r'.-. a: ! 1 J'-t..li. t,t bet bite i th cf lhe f0lowing rxioinh.
rJlir SS1"' I TLe steamers to leave SyJney at 4 o'clock P. M..
T7'ri;M.H.W,r..,.ru Auckland at 2 o'clock P. M., respectively, ou
fl.icf i-,..h' d r?. r,. t f f-Mo Fra.,rt-, ; p-i.-uiur, the above appointed days.
pveabH-.".- - WWAKI-:
T'.e bark rr,v. I Tinirvi iy, with arg. of coaU j To leave J-Mi Francisco on the 10th of each month,
fr.m N?fiwt..-, h:ri a; i- r j comniencin on the 10th d iy of April next.
The 9tf Amt Hony irnr.ij-t t.i'jJ f .r Aai Liarul and Sydney Xhe steaming time advertiseiJ id as follows : Syduey
IriJy, iftnW: tiing a qa-ititjr '.l m15.tr arii ittiu, r n, AUCKlana, Uays ; .ucKiaua to uonoiUiU. i.
n1 ljt t piv.t'jtr. ll'-rcaft'T h;'iurnl of prudu: a 1
rll ai la ti'in.ler of t-;r.?. r fr tiic Colr.rii, will be !
By tL' M rraornK-M p;irr we ol jtrrre that the cargo of
t hv the hark Brnrf-tr.lrtn fr-ni Jrif-an, r. liipal lhr-J;h :
retire t New Y-rV, tmdirijf, f"- Tttif train, ju I wa drliv.
j Pacific, a new corporation has been formed in
1 London to lav submarine cables with all the lead
ing pointH on the weft coast of South America.
Starting from Panama, thia line will touch Peru
at Tumbez, where it will connect with the land
lines of the National Telegraph Company of
Peru, and pawing southward to Chili, will con-
nect with the telegraph lines of Chili, the Argen
i tine Confederation, Uruguay, and Brazil. From
and Honolulu. The following ia the time table
of the new line, as published in the Souhern
"- .,. ,.r r-.rn .! .
So.- FkI.vci.co" Mail Rocm-Titne Table for the I Pariauia thia Iinc wiH communicate, across the
Mail service by the Californian Nw Zealand, and
i .i 1 .1 i: .-, r TT..
( lsiumus noriuwaiu, mui 111c unco ui iuc mc
j Indies and Panama and the International Ocean
patched to San Domingo for further information.
Letter JVaua Maui.
Maci, April, 1870.
Me. Editok : News, 1 mean sensational news,
such as newspaper editors, reporters, itemizera and
penDy-a-liners are always hunting after, running
after, chasing after, as often catching as hatching,
dearly paying for, and never, if once securely cor
nered, released until the whole fraternity of news
paperdoni have had their full swing at it one party
ril ia New 'ur ia tw-.-i"; ii:;v !r-f .San Franciwr.x It l
robal.l- th .ttarjrei'a haw ,'. m future be made by j jlC ,,5; by the Wonja XYoTHJCL left Sydney
m.rie. ...... , . ,m ! Mareh 20th, at 4 y. m., urrived here April 10th,
It in a r..jt-vort'iy ii-..i..ra v our f.r...;a comrncrce, say j
the n"tm cJ the it. t , vr-i l tiut ti... rt ixrivej at Sua : will arrive at San rr.mcibco, May 1st, New ork,
Knuicio yet.:i.iaT,a f-in fin , of i-oft'ee rr.mi Cmtrai Amer- ; May 7th, and Liverpool, May 17th. Making the
:a.fuiirarSf.f r .e fr . China, a fa:i .arpoof from j tinie trough for the initial trip 52 days ineU-ad
BatavU, aiJ a lull tar'o forar.LS fr.:ii TaLili. J , , , , . , , ,
The . rg cf tv: .hip rrlt..n,.-r.,iv..s..t NecaUe c.K j the t,me dcnlatod. 1 his can be reduced to
had b;ta j,uro!i3-d at rj.m Krancisrv by the North Pacific j 45 days only by hecivy larrj'T and bftler vtslst
TrauHp.ui;onfoi:ipnj be .iiw h.irgeJ u Honolulu. Tiu whieh can make the pawi'-e from Auckland to
. . ..... -1 1 .1,.. 1 "
n:t may i e.i-- nu uj 1 1 1 . i 1 1 .1
the Siin Francieco
th? time tK-tween
The bark C7rt K. iif may alixi be t-ukM fjr fr.m Ban j
Prancipco the roiniiij wr.k.
Th- Uft q-itsai-Hi of g !d w 111, April 2.
t OMVER' I If. IT I. MS.
1 t'irt hl. r t iuil from Nfr H--.1 t-rI the con.ing .rinf
the hip Cb'Hmoifnre Mom', for a North
We notice that the Colonial paters calculate on
uiwicr c.jniiiaiM of fapt. fi. B. ftordei.. late ! their Uiuih) being delivered in Liverjl in forty Two of the nn
trait Strtil, and previously mate of the Com- , ... . ,1 iit ui.mii. ls 11.
We h.,c t.e wui b- a Kurciiui as ki ihte 1 da'8 by this n.ute. It can be done Iroiu the la.st I
Will pr-bahy If.
mat.-r of Iwrk (M
lutnlnrr M'jrrtM. n t
mw-. ste-.d-uAnuw. i port of departure only ; whether it be Auckland
Kreral rrdtictw-c by Hie Bot.;ti coiriparim ol the ra lea of j ... ,.. t
inmraii.-e on rirt rlaf ri.W. ha taken place, mercantile risk or S'dliey lrt lUimaterial, VIZ : 14 day to UoilO
h,irirt..::i:irg"l M rebta being n.w writti at 4'i cents. About j . , '. . . . t. . p , v V J. I in
.r y.r. -. the r;a wrre .uvane-d c..iderabiy, the di- ' I"'". 10 to San IraneiHW, 6 to New .rk and 10
,irou Cr or iiv-iv,7 havir.. f .iacru th;- mrrpiu of the j to Livertool in all 40 day. But to do thin, u
tr.ii-t ci.nipaiur., and cnj-ll-d many of the weaker onea '
towia.i up th. r n.iir. . fasK-r boat than the Idaho betwe-n this port and
Th- rr,ce ..f d., atche. by the it.land line to India 1 is g FrancifCO must be in the FOrV
v-ry k.w wVn eoriiparc.l with the tariff Irom New V ork to the 1
a.-Ui.-it p.-rt f our c.untry. Thi line Roes north of Arlna, I average about 12 d:lVB. The
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. . .... ... . . . . T . ,1 a (I.mi irh . 1 Tl tvi.m mtli.il. .'llrt.V.
vli Il-Ml , ar.d Irt iu .l- a v is-ntiay, and me t.re:il inun mc uiiuuu "ui v.vi.v.. w
; Telegraph Companies, through the West Indies, ; tearing it to pieces, analyzing, philosophising, and
to the L inted States and British America. j another party putting together again the shreds pro-
I miinnnnalT fill of Id at. th lliff-hlv lTitfrPStincr '
j ""ww , - -o J O'
j or "extraordinary," or "horrible" news tale is
so often corrected and retailed in the four quarters
of the globe, that whosoever indited the first para
graph might be apt to take the so-much-corrected
item for something new, not knowing his own baby.
From such news good Lord deliver us, and I have no
doubt that Mrs. Beecher Stowe, who certainly de
serves the highly honorable title of " Champion
itemizer and news reporter," will by thus time re
spond with a devout " Amen." Of such highly ex
citing and interesting (?) news we are happily free
and our nerves and sensibilities are neither startled
nor shocked by either horrid "deeds of deepest
guilt" nor "slanders of blackest dye." All these,
let me call them charming little paragraphs of a
morning's paper, would be like startling meteors on
the horizon of our so-styled " half civilization," but
they are very like the bright fire-flics of tranquil
southern evenings and the atmosphere of such highly
civilized parts of the world as, for example, New
York. Shall I add, from such highly concentrated
civilization good Lord deliver us, and also from
almshouses, good Lord deliver us ; from foundling
houses, from lying-in hospitals, from Tammany Hall,
from Sorosis, and many other such institutions, good
Lord deliver us. AVe can do without them ; we
burglary, no garroting case, no defalcation or bank
swindle sullies the recording pages of our Island
1 . t
press, uur newspapers snow irom wetii u wvvk a
" clean sheet," and a year's file of our papers ia
I ow lmv3 the iHlands of trie
rnelflc become reopled?
This is a question, or problem, which has en
gaged the attention of many literary enquirers.
Some have thought that the races which occupy
the Society and Sandwich Islands groups came
from South America, but if bo, they must have
come anterior to the times of the Incas, or else
mysteriously lost the civilization of those times.
In this connection, it ia interesting to read the fol
liorinor mini iin irtition from Air. Snow, an Ameri-
days ; Honolulu to San Francisco, 10 days; San j . . . , ., , . , ,
Francisco to New York, 6 days ; New York to Liver- I w"uary k" ided many years on
pool, y days ; 43 days right through. ! the Islands of Micronetia, and who recently left
The table makes no allowance lor stoppages at j here for the United States, lie says :
intermediate rorts. and announces the mails to I " The account of the two canoes that were cut off
be delivered in 45 days from Sydney to Liverpool.
in the neighborhood of the Marshall Islands, as re
cently printed in the Friend, is not exactly correct.
A fleet of canoes from Marshall Islands bound to
Naiuerik, touching at an uninhabited Island known
as Kili, or Hunter's Island, found these two canoes
with fourteen men, oue woman and a small child.
They stated ftiat they had started from Malila, ( Ma
nila perhaps) five canoes of them, bound for their
own island, the name of which they gave as Weeleai.
They say they had been at sea five mouths, during
which time three of the five were lost, before they
landed on Kili. They bad in their possession a
j .luautity of pearl shells, Some turkey red cotton,
- ; C.iim LiM.ill I. ,. iu iiiniw.i.e . 1 1 - m nliAl 1. autu OAtllA 1 .....
eteunier is to leave, and makiwr T- J""" " : " TI - TZ' ZZi don't need them, w ithout eucu news ana sucn
,1 ..r. ;n .1-.1 .,f iouf n.;- ia,t thoV .mnhvl hv roll- st.tutions are we not truly a happy people
i it up in bits r.f dried banana leaf, after the style j to be sneered at as half civilised? No murder,
of ihe Spanish cigarita. The men had no other
clothing than the malo, but the women wore chemise.
men were represented as ciiieis, but the
common native, and .he mother ot the
only child of the company When discovered, they
i were busy repairing their canoes and getting in read
! iness to return from a hence they came. They were
. f i 1 . -, r .1 .1
I very inenuiy, auu iinerai 10 trie uaryu:t:i isiuuuers.
eves and curly heads. Have care and disappoint
ment soured your temper ? look upon the happy faces
of childhood. Has age and sickness made you halt
and feeble, watch the children when at play at inter
mission time, and ask yourself, " Were you not oace
like these?" Dream back the plays you played, the
romps you romped, the lesson that would not stick,
the boy you pinched. How ofteu has the wish
been uttered, " I wish I were a boy once more."
There is no brighter, no purer, no spot more hallow
ed in our lives, to which memory can bear us back
than childhood's happy time the homestead and the
school. Happy the man who, from the toil and
cares, the greed and passions of the world, can find
time in dreams of memory to live over again an hour
of childhood's joy. Occasional.
The Contract System nd the Constitution.
An individual signing himself" Magnat," not in
appropriately, as the system of white-washed slavery
with which we are blessed (?) seems to have a mag
netic attraction for him, again favors us with another
specimen of his remarkable logic. To do him justice,
his whole nature, instinct, reason and imagination
appear to be thoroughly possessed with the idea of the
justice and holiness of the system which he defends,
so much so that he disdains to follow or take any no
tice of what have hitherto, until his advent, which
certainly marks an era in the laws of thought, been
recognized as the modes cf establishing proposition
not self evident.
He clears the subject of the rubbish surrounding
it, in the Bhape of certain provisions of the Constitu-t
tion and of certain rights mis-called human, by which
certain purblind theorists have suffered themselves to
be dazzled, with a sweeping assumption that it wa
admitted that the law of Master and Servant was"
neither unconstitutional nor inhuman." This of
course we are not allowed to question, being one of
those self-evident propositions which commends itself
to the approval of men of sense.
" I propose to consider its necessity," he prooeeda,
and he settles that aspect cf the case in his very next
sentence in the short compass of three lines. The
contract system has been, and is now, a necessity be
cause of the peculiar condition of the islands and the
wishes of the people " We are glad to meet with our
old friend peculiar" again ; the great resource and
stand by of all embarrassed and perplexed writers
and speakers, in such honorable service as that which
the great Magnet has chosen to espouse Like au
able and skillful rhetorician, as well as logician, as
he is, an expression at once so useful and so definite
was not to be disregarded. We trust that, when he
refers to the will of the people, that is not pregnant
for the laws of the Medes and Persians, as in his next
sentence he mentions certain persons who, verr
f3f In order to keep up with the times, we yester
day issued an edition of the Advertiser for the
steamer fl'onga it'onga, and shall in future issue
editions on the departure of the Australian steamers.
The Auckland papers will thus have the news of the
departure of the Idaho with her passengers, and
other interesting data pertaining to the opening of
tins new -line, in about two weeks from date of the
2" A foreign mail may be looked for by the bark
Clara R. Sutil or the clipper ship Puritan (1200
tons), which will be due here the coming week, with
dates to April 9th.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE !
Having arrived by the " Wonga Wong." en route for San
Pranclsco and the Tinted Sute. begl to announce to the pub
lic of Honolulu her intention of giving a limited number of
Dramatic Recitals, in Costume,
AT THE ABOVE THEATRE,
And respectfully solicits the putrowxqe and support
so liberally bestowed on her predecessors.
HONOLULU AND SAH FRANCIj
Carrying (he United States Jj
STEAMSHIP ID Ah
cleaner than a single New York half day's morning j strangely, " have the ears of the natives, sutfsrestio?
or evening sheet. Here we live in peace and dwell in j thereby some degree of accord between them, but who.
13 ACCOMPANIED BY
M R. LEATH ES,
Who will Support her in her Ituperaountlo
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27, 1870 !
WoUe,', Fall........ Kin- ,Ifn vm
rcennrrom .uacDeth," lat Act Phakrpear
Scene from " Much Ado about N thing." ;ld Act..Miakerear
Sc-nes from A You Like It 31 and 4th Act. . .Shi4ke,r,ei,re
bctfnrs from Leah, the forsaken." the 2d Scene
Act 2, and the 4th Act, celebrated Denunciation
Scene. ............................ ....... . Motenthal
The Drama which has produced such profound 'sensation
PUICES-0AE DOLUrTixd HALF 1 DOLLAR
I MTsr"' the performance to commence t
C. BREWER & CO.
HAVE FOR SALE,
Sheetings, Drillings, and Denims,
JALFS STARK MILLS A SIIKETIXO,
Bales Stark 51 ills B Fhertlng,
i 1 1 ri i
...JIBjr ax rrMIMJ.,
R A NCI SCO. r
I aumvALM. f
Saturday April 2 Tuesday
lursuay May 10 Thursday....
Wednesday June 16Tliuraday....
For Freight or Pautgr, or for fnrtbrr Inf,
tlon, apply to
CAPTAIN R. S. FLO VI),
896 tf Or to the Company', A.,
IFavrniinn Packet f,i
TUB A 1 CLIPPER BARK
II. P. SNOW. Master,
Ia Ready to Receive Cargo for the a
Port, and will Sail with Dispatch.
Tor Freight or Pmcr, having 0erlnr accomrawUt
Cahln and Steerase l'a.eni rs. atitily to
7) WALK KB 4 ALLEN, A?
security there, murder and rapine st ilk abroad.
Auckland to San Francisco, ("topj ing at Honolulu
giving freely of their trade. Loeak the chief f 1 here the general newspaper topics are crimes, uiaca.
Aameiik, so urged them that they accompanied his i DiacKer, macKest uere our topics are me weaiuer,
iWt towards thr.t island. Two davs at sea. the i the crops, or Miss Simkins' hornpipe, or Mrs. Jack-
ice as her trips weather .became so rough that the strangers were j son's party, or Mrs, Janseu's twenty-five pound
' . . obliged to abandon their two canoes and were distrib- baby, or Mr. Jenkins' lately imported breed of pigs ;
Jtebraxha can ute am the ollu.r caiIot.. rn tue CHnoe of Loeak ! and when babies, pigs and all things fail, we have a
good round at the labor question ; report speeches
about slavery, whereof we don't know anything ; re
print resolutions, each commencing with a big where
as, of little consequence, you Know, as loots wouii
were the two chiefs and the woman and child. Then
ensued a rush, and sciamtle for the remaining
ii.4iblU.Mt .Ucea its price low to attract bu;ne.
An article wrofi cr.nirree.i itw" u now manure- " . . - , n i I property of the strangers. The two strange chiefs
ture.i of me aiJk :r ot .h. fart. .and ' -'''-ry ,ub- ; ten hours to coal,) in -2 days, which will allow J f,, bt.u to .iuk that there were to hopes
Ewh ' tbe mails t be delivered in England, in-idcof 40 j fr them to reach their homes and that thy were to
t. t ii. I iiuni. r.in? in Wdttrr rufiLiiiiciir Mie rvnL nl nl- .1 rr!.. XT.... ....... ..,.-....1 1. .. 1 lV,.l-k 1 lit. t-f.!iir.f1 tn al-.vc.rv if.k.tr tlii.ip nAntnra. fin4-
- . n . ii:ivh ill 1 1 1 if pLr .1 miii .- 1111 1 1 .1 . 1 v .ill. . - - . - - - - - - r- -
pnuric ana unm me iu..ie i.riii a ptas.ic Hiip, wnn-n ran -
U- pr--iI ii.tw moulds vf the dual red Size. AfU-r thee j Will easily flCCOmplirll this,
have L. cn dri d by tur.vw of ptearu, the UMwt are passed be- i ., . . . ,
tween rolifM, one of which is r-ujjh. an.1 the other mnoulh. for i lne iyouttltm LruSS in Commenting OH the
. dc..,f i.t. r. T- r.-rter the hoie pliable, one pouLd . f i opening of this new enterpriee, compared with
jr'.ycerine i adue.1 f-r each one tin: ! red pounds f t materuO. j the old "ndia mail rolttCS, has the following
w or many purpo, a tr the miU- of shoes, etc, this artinciitl , s
Milrt.ai.ce c.itiiptely rrplaeea the natural leather, and can be remarks .
. 1 The opemng of uirect steam communication with
Animportint deewwo was ren.W-d by Judge Mooell, of the . P, ,k.,.,1. ;,J, V..ct... S,fr.0
ri.iprnie Coart. in Nev York, on Friday, in an insurance can?. - . .....
a vewwi, injarl hy cuilion, put into Ki- Janeiro, ami was of ?orth America, is an event of such importance us
1 and then commenced fighting. The wile of Loeak
i was killci instantly, and his only son mortally
wounded. Loeak himt-elf barelv escaped by leaping
j overboard mid swimming to another canoe. It in not
1 to be wondered at that the natives of Raiik should
; feel that they must avenge the death of their chiefess
; and her son. Thev did so. The two chiefs of the
however, are so malicious and evil disposed as to ' Cases Powbmun Denims,
" throw the blame of the system upon the planters,
and impute to them a desire to perpetuate it so as
eventually to bring about a ej-steni of slavery."
Now we muet be permitted to express our astonish
ment that Magnet can find any blame in the system,
and when he speaks of these malcontents and incen
diaries, imputing a desire to perpetuate it so as even
tually to bring about slavery, he makes our blood
run cold and fills us with horror at human depravity.
That a man, or men, should bo found so lost to com-
Bah-s Ptark Mills A Drilling.
Csseg Merrluiac Denims,
Cases L'nlou Denims.
FOR KONA AND KAU.
Will run as a Regular I'askel to the ahovs ports. For I
or Passage apply to
697 6tn WALKER A ALI.KN, A,,
Regular Packet for Koolau, 0
-.K THE CLIPPER fCIIOONKR,
J. WUOII, M 4 ST Kit.
Will run regularly tiettc-n Honolulu and the in
ports oj hoolau, uahu.
For frelsht or paffhKe opply tn
72J Sin' THE CAPTAIN, on h
Ginghams and Cottons,
siy, or give the iimstry nts, ana oecoming , iQon sense, honesty auu veracity as to suppose, or
tired of all that sort of talk, you know, fall back on ; harbor, the idea for an instant, much less to give it
the babies and the pigs, and the little incidents of j currency, that the planters even desire to perpetuats
tranquil lives and a well-ordered community inci- j the system, not to mention that horrible consummation
dents that, like the breakfast talk of a family, fall j its culmination in slavery, is a charge so serious that
pleasantly on the ear and leave each individual in a j as humble members of tui3 community at the risk of
frame of mind to follow peacefully his dsiily pursuits, i being thought presumptuous and unnecessarily
wouiu we sign ior or wouui we preier rew torKi
Never ! A blessing ou our Island home.
touchy we must in behalf of our friends and ourselves
emphatically disavow, disclaim and solemnly protest
trier- sold by tt.e cixatn. partly because be bad do money to to mark a new era in the commercial hiftory of New :
pay f. the iHaary repair. aiM pait'j heo be ceemeu jnUnd. To Auckland it is of peculiar interest, Hot ; tUu
The curt heia that he mh.Mii i either have abandons! only lrora the selection of this city by the contractors ! went
strangei-s were quickly shot to death, and the mother f , . , eeueral drought changed i And wlien MagD,ct with such insinuations
of the young child in her madness killed it, and then ilas Irom tUe Usl year a KeuLral -ni cu" ! I have nothing to do, such assertions it is useless to
oil jumpeJ into the sea and collecting into a body by j very on most parts of the Island during the ; deny, to know the truth is to prove their falsehood,"
Such is the account as given by the natives, j hee, Wailuku aud;Waikapu have had a full supply of iantance with that mild retreat and abode ot the
hnin A 4 I Isifnfilti Lna Avan n-ltaoa r ba Hfrtiirlit haa - . . .- . . - ... .
that interesting episode in the lite or bis hero riicho-
which is believed to be nearly correct. It is sad rain. At Ulupalakua, even, where the drought has
jselves, talking and wailing loudly together, all last month or two. At Makawao rain has been so we are carried back to our. boyish day s, when intro-
down to a watery grave." plentiful as to stop the mills at several times. Wai- : duced in the pages ol immortal JJickens to an ac
me hir to the underwriters as a total !, or have repaired ' as the moot suitable StatlOU fr their vessels, but from
h. r. and hod tdat afterwards adjusted as a partial has. As lhe existence of an ol 1-established trade with San
j.e oiopiea tenner or uie courses, n waa teciueu m wrr Vrnioj.n To iV.la tU r,o lino .nn..r.f f;i
w"," ftnuJtrUl give increase.1 development. It will also bring to the I enough to tLiuk that these poor people after long ! been of longest duration, though perhaps not of the j las Nickleby, when he is rewarded for his outrages.
mt tuec ure which mtut hereafter be adopted by au ship- , notice of people well-accustomed to the consideration ! nud anxious months
I frail canoes, having ni
oniy to nave efcapea tne snarics ot ineocean auu i .. -j.. . v. , we made mud-pies and experienced amiable seuti-
! to fall into the hands of worse enemies of their Pitiful supply to facilitate the planting of large ' ments, akin to those of Miss Squeers and Magnet, so
I own kind. A German, trudii
! nfterwart'.s, had arrived at
Cases Glasgow MIIU Ginghams,
Ca9ea Bleached Baltic Cottuns,
Css Bleiched Forest Dell Cotbms,
Cai- s BL achtJ Truckee Hirer Cottons,
Caei Bleached FdRsrti.wn Brown Cottsns,
CHe 11 lea. Kjrkirgliam Brown Cottons
Cases "Albino" Prints Orcen and Tted,
Cases u Oriental" Prints Buff and Purple,
Casei " American " Prints Brown,
Canes "Cachrco" I'ilnt Urowim,
Caies fine Chluta " Prints White.
For Sale Low to Close Consignments,
2tu c. BRKWF.R X. CO,
tiui ior c mm wumiu uiu-i untiiin c auupicu uj u ui(i" ( noUCe 01 people weil-nCCUSlom'Hl to
utters enterirg a port of distress who do Dot propose - to vjt.ate , f miniflK questions in the States 1
t.V:u p-Mw-faof uiuxarw, nnlns of CJ.orae, an appeal ia taken , : , , ... -
an.1 tu- uVct-.on r-vr-d by a higher court. ! rich gold-fields, now languishing ft
Foa Fcico Per Ethan Allen, next week
W 1LI KI Ury Ellen, .Monday.
the extensive and
br want of capital
and special skill, in this province and irt other parts
of the colony.
It will be seen that the San Francisco line is, for
postal purposes, beyond comparison, the best of the
three. It would atlord a delivery of English letters
PORT OP j3 0IJ0X.UX.TJ. XI. I.
Aprd 14 Sehr Pauahi. Ballaalier. fr.jui MiJokaL
i Schr Mary, froot Hawaii.
lj-.-lir l.o.w llatfi.-'.l, frm Hawaii.
IT Schr Nettie Merrill, t'luuey , from Maui.
; in Auckland twenty-one days sooner than the route ; board some articles procured in the way of trade,
. via iving ueorge s sound, ana twenty-three uays ; which were evidences to prove that the Grangers
i sooner than that via Torres Straits, even when for- j , , e . , . . .
' wardel via Marseilles. aove spoken of bad conic from an inland some
2,000 miles west of Ebon. It is certainly very
i spent upon the tea in their ! most disastrous effects, very refreshing showers have : calculated to rue fflaud exasperate the mildest nature,
I if -r "r. - '.rr? nJ 1
rks ot the ocean ana uttruiiii.w , we made mud-pies and experienced amiable seuti-
irse enemies of their plentiful supply to facilitate the planting of large ' ments, akin to those of Miss Squeers and Magnet, so
dino- brio- sometime tracts ot 1;iDd that are ready to receive the plant I throng upon our mind that we really cannot pro
uing Dng, sometime wrnari.nw0 f.f u, on , ceed without considerable interval to compose ourself;
t'i, or.rl I. nrl nt i cane. .'V very remarkable tact is, that the once so',, . 1 .
ration, and naa ou ' . and also as we perceive that in the next paragraph an
regular kona storms have ceased during the last ; Hnusi0n to the feudal system, a subject quite beyond
three years, 18C3, 18G9 and 1870. Obviously there j our depth, which we are admonished we must prepare
must be a reason for the cessation of these rain storms 1 ourselves for by looking over tlallam aud Kooertson,
during several Tears, and I would nt " ,,0 i and a reference to the origin of evil, a congenial sub-
destruction of woods and forests on Hawaii exercise
:-ject, which we are unequal to deal with, however, at
present. We always did think that all sects of the
The two Fteamers engaeed for the mall service
. ... ... . - . . i . T . 1 .1. .. ...... . . . . 1 . ... VI 1 ... - .....
between .Sydney and this port are the Wonya ; gu . - . - u. . aiiy influence upon th;s rcrjiai.kable chanp in the 1 Christian relinou were wrone. and penal laws and
Wvnga of 1200 tons burthen, and the City of j through the whole Caroline group in their live , once m usuai an(J reguIar 8ystem of rain storms T, ! punishments unrighteous. Our first parents brought
That wooded districts or forests exercise a
KA?u!iS Mdhourne of 1000 tons burthen altogether too months voyage, and touch nowhere until they
ia Br;t .iur Wonga Wudj. Beaie, 23 days from Uin for Trorrlv Terforminr the service. We rcaiched that little uninhabited Island.
iy.lrvv. via Aucklaad, IT day. j it. 'I o . , ,
t.H.:hr Maiuu.kawai. iak;dii. fruDi Maui. . understaml they are chartered only for four i Had tbey been spared to eommunicate with the
" Keiai. Aape, Irom Maul. ' I. ,1,,. ,...10 ..fl.r. . t.,, K. ; -nA niiKriinnnii.u Lkritvi n t ho IirrknfQ5nn IhmHj I ';nny ,.r ! nl..nt:n ! Hint -arn miiat lnnlr nvrr tliAfilncrir. .1 tro;itisp hefi
yj hr xiio, .U..kaiurK'u h.le, frui Jlolokau "'-."'- iu.ijf nvu vu. - . -jj i-gjrp. jju.uuug mcmji unuiou euca- I ---""- -
, iicm 111-iu mr tin irtiuiii.iiij; iii'Ji o iiiiiiui, iiu.v ucai jjruiua ireco iu me uescn, una xUlCUllian nas . . . . - . , , r r
; , u ' beg. as a particular favor to ourselves and a few fi
, em intn tho wm-lil. and all our woe. and thev
mOSt i nTnA J Af .1 . .liiofinTiliinfa am runnn.
prominent influence on ram, wind ami climate, is a j en.le for all thesininthe world which they originated.
lact so well understood and established, that tho ! The subject is of so much importance, and so vast.
lir llattie. Nika. from Kau.ii.
hr hr-'iu Ana. Kik.-kr, Irom Kauai ami Niihau.
j The New Zealand subsidy is understood to be
:i-.m i.ii t. i;riii. Wiijjfm .nrcaiit,NaW 1 1110,000, provHlitl Auckland is made the final
Zl M.-hr !iry 1'IUn. Powers. Irm Maui.
-2 rkbr VViLv, )mlo.l. fri .Maui.
ih-r b-irS. Nyuii h. Kuh.-. M day. from Hy.lney. J
H x.t Warwick, Jji.u B.ill. fruiu Mut'Aai. 1
in:i'. k i i it t:.
April 15 Waw hk Ka Moi, t.eerkcn, r llrcinrii j
lS- Am wh I'k Hr B revive. ray. to cruise.
t Aui wh bk Fniily Morfin, llextcr, to cruise.
In rvrlir t ary Clu en, ucth. for Kauai. '
1 e'.-hr I'iiaIiI. Balla.iticr, l- r Molokai and Molokai.
IS t hr Active. l:Uu.h. frr Hawaii. ,
H-.-Siir .Manhia, B.:rr.ll. for ilawau.
) Hrhr Md F il... Merchant, fur Hawaii.
It-Am wh hk t,'.nci,rilia. Jonca, to cruise.
1 SH-t.r 1. 1 1.1 1 li-1.1, i t Hawaii.
I'. f-hr .Nttn; Mi mil, Cbincy, l r Maui
li srrir Wau.U. Piidoit, r .Maui.
irf r-hr h:it 1-c, l!- rre. f-.r M iwaii. !
l'J Haw brig K Jin-rtiunr u. V, R.rkn.an, fur Guano Is. I
IV Am wh .'i 1 h' Ditkon, lwis. to cruise.
JO t: wh lk l.'hatnpiio. Pease, to cruise.
JO chr llattie. .Nika. l- r Kauau (
M Scnr Mary. K.wi, fr Hawaii.
-'1 Am wh bi Iiercue, M:Kimzi, tocrnise.
.'I Am stiur Idaho, I Wd, lor an Francbco.
iri B;it sttnr Hons VVongi, Bcule. tr .Sydney.
-1 Am barkeiitiuc Wior, Walker, !lr Put tound.
JM :i-tir Annie, Paty. f.tr Hawaii.
-"J Srhr Jcxii.y, Lambert, for Kauai.
-vt .'--hr Moi K. iki. Nape, for Maui.
'-- Schr Oituia, Makanahvlchele, for Mlok..i-
; jKrt for departure.
! The jissenger travel by this new route will be
very large. The first steamer from Sydney and
Auckland brings 170 tuit-wngtre, and we sec it
stated iu one of the Colonial jiapcrF, that before
out that by destroying her foregts the State has lost
c tn: ... 1 n . , . .
I uve iiiiiuuu uouaia m one year's wneat crop ; and it
DomlitR'o Annexation i is so well understood at Ulupalakua that, durin the
Jrieliemc;. ! last three years, forty thousand trees have been riant-
tvi.i....t 1,...,'- r:. I cu oul auu l0,ly l"s.ind more, troin three to ten i
I se-idct Or..t . View.. , feef. bigh are nadj tQ be tran8planteJ luritjg the ;
Anions our foreign news will be found a tele- first 'ecks of ample rain. On these Islands where !
annually a tiiousaud cords ot wood (wood that is of i
beg. as a particular favor to ourselves and a few friends.
that " Magnet " must hold his horse until we have
had time to digest all his article of this .week before
he commences other branches of his subject.
JOHN TIIOS. WATKRIlOfJSE.
Importer and Dealer In General Jlerthandlsf,
723 Queen Street, Honolulu. 1
KLsioliii, Fire. $ii lid,
PIIF. CLAY. FOR SALE BY
1M 3m C. BKKWLR a CO.
dT ALL SIZKS-WEIGIIINO F
Vf TO 3.000 poundB.
For sale by
7 J6 3m
ALSO, COUNTER SCALES
BREWER t CO.,
Regular Packet for Ilanalci, Iin
THE CLIPPER P-CIIOONKR
FA I It V ClUKKA
SMITH. MA ST Kit,
Will SnU as a Jivyulir Packet as ubovt
For Freight r pastag apply to
VVAI KKR A All
Dlwftolutioii or l';irtnerlii
r.Mli: PA 111 NKKMI ll IIKIIKTOK
eslstlnir between V. N. "PKNt'Kll and N. I . II
csrrvlnii on IiipIii. i at Ksu, Island of Ilswali, under :i
of SPLNCi-lt sj- HALL., as UUnolv. d on lh4tlil
All cl.iims aralimt the late firm mint be presented r
II ALKY, or to his Attorney In fact, W. 1.. C.HhKN.m
lulu. V. N. ft.S
N. C. IIALI
Hoivilulii, April 15,1870
REOKGR W. MACPARLAX
aulhi.riaea t'j s:tcn niy nam by rroc uriilion,
Honolulu, A)ril 6, 1870.
Per Steamer "Idaho
For sle by
o. brev. :;a & co.,
27 Queen street.
XH.1TCH ETS. MI O V ELS. C ROWBARS
tur sale by
O. BHKWKU CO.
j . r it. . ii ii- . 1 l- t..i. a. ..e i.i i ii. l? i ".
me u. jMrturu or my ..vnya onya, over one grapnic aofcireci ot uie ucoaie tit mo ocriatc- on 6ucb elow th aa ou natIve flll.PKt tra. '
hundred l.rtl.s Lad been engaged for the City of ; the proposal to annex San Domingo. It is inter- : consumed under the boilers of sugar houses, and
Melbourne. With rood s tea intra and irood accom
modations, from two to three hundred passengers
may be calculated on by each vcescl.
All the passengers who enmc by the Wvnga
W'onga (or oil who dcMred to go) went forward
' estin as it ueveiopcs a tieep-ecaica ana strong ; "ui""-"i von&uinuy engaged in
n,.iiri.-.r. tn thr. .ermUitioii r.f nnv forr-im i 8 "P -er Islands," the pUntil g of
'ii J n ! trees should be made, as in older and wiser countries
tory. lule a majority ol the American people a part of legislation and the strictest supervision.
: believe that the entire North American Continent j What can and will these Islands be without forests,
i- ,Wmri t., hi- absorbed hv the Remihlm. thv .withuut in.? A year's drought has been a severe
. ... - j r j . ipsspn. Well tor the. Istlnnrls nnrl
in the steamer Idaho, which left port on Thursday ! yet are strongly opposed to annexing any territory i that lesson bus taught wisdom.
April 21st, at 4 P. M. She was altogether too separated by sea from the Lnitcd States. This- .The General Health,
crowded, as the has accommodations for only ; is nouud polioy. And it applies with equal force j Which used to be good on this Island, has for the
about one hundred, while there were over two ' to Cuba, Km Domingo, Hawaii, the Fijis, or any j ,aat fe months been unprecedentedly bad. It ap-
other foreign territory. V 1 . D" , " -"'-"a. "m ioug conimueu
(Other iorcien ten icory. drought and very dry atmosphere to wet and damp
rrci'idcnt drant, however, has taken bold of I weather, exercised this bad influence unon the ren-
:Lis project to amies San Domingo, with a do- ; ral 8tate of bealth. Some severe disease was last
j j - ... . uiauivi, auu inter at
; Makawao, slaying the native population in larc-e
i 7..:.. j i.i.n , ... , . .. '-
uuuuumeuiy orougnt tne disease to
NTRSE TO TAKE CARE OF A YOUNG
Apply at MRS. IRW IN 3,
Opposite Fort Street Church.
YOSKPII O. CARTER IS AUTHORIZED.
! - H . I . . ... . : t.
ita nM-.il 'C " oy 1'OWer Ol Attorney. w fcra'ii.Mi;L Mil uuDiiic.3 iui wc uui-
US population If j jM absence from thib KingJom.
! LLEWELLYN ZCRMN'.
Honolulu, April 20, 1870. '2t
IN VARIETY. OX FOKES
And other Agricultural Implements, for rale by
7o8 :.m C. BRKWER A CO.
.iliichors and Chains.
ANCHORS FROM 300 1 O 3UO LB8.
AN I) CHAINS i to . Forsaleby
72(J 3di C. BRKWKR H CO.
hundred on board. If Home" larger vebscl is not
' engaged to jrforui tlie tervice from this port to
San Francieco, complaint will justly be made
against this line Irom the very outset.
We have referred several times of late to the
, I HO iflBl
. . i. : ii.. u.. t i - . . .
tprmiii-itiiiii to carrv it throurrh. and certamlv I i. . .... . a,lu ,att.r hi i
, ' j Ai.iKawao.
; brings forward stroug arguments. If we may j numbers.
- r " . ' -"- "- r - our merchants new aveuues of trade. As eoonas
FmOruo huiw-P'r Kamchameha V., April 16th ; ,. ,
fflDUher. J Kinorv, vv h johni rc w m Fye, Wui ! reliable intelligence regarding the present colonial
Coatea, Vao Pr-yn, 13 Cliin.se, and lo llaaiiaiia 3j. ' i -ir i i.i- l j I
...... . . tariffs and markets fr our island produce is re-
Fo Noam (Icivixt-Per Ka Mot, Apnl loih Mrs Theo 1
o Heu -k and 6 (nidri M' Knima Pcrner, Misa Martha . ceived and published, arrangements will be made
Wideinai:n, Mi. Knn'.y Wiij-:tnanu 10. . . , , ... ... T , -
,. . ., .v . . to thin produce thither. Ihc Wonga VYonga
Fo Svpkv IVr o:ix Wonja, April 20th Rev Joha ; 1 .
Murphy. R E ui, Mn i wis, Richard Punch, wile and 4 takes a small freight of eugur and pulu, intended
rfcl'.lr-n. Cicorif: H--bler. wife aad 4 chiUiren. Mu4 Cleveland. ' . , , ,
r. Levi-.. E k -M J'.-r. Mn 11 it Hail, aud 147 in tranaitu ior to test the New Zealand and Sydney markets for
fan t ridciMV iu.
importance of this enterprise which will otcii to ;Juae lrom inc onBiinacy wiin wnicn ne tought ; ot peopie uieu, and to Wai-
' i . . . .... . , i . , . . : liikii. and evpntnailv thf fp w ahmtn
rhr. re his at lCkfiDurre and at Kifrilnniifl. nnrl . .. v.. .n .uu-
i from bis reputation for unflicbing courage, he
w "til not yield till lie has won the contest. His
; arguments are samiud up in tbe following report
' from Washington, under date of March 30th :
"The Herald's Washington special says the Pres-
duced the disease also at Ulupalakua, where manv
were prostrated by a kind of pleurisy, and several
sudden deaths occurred, which startled the commu
nity not a little, it was ascertained that a kahuna,
FflHOMAS BROWN. ESQ,. REGISTRAR
JL of Conveyances will acc for mc during my atisence from
thee Islands. FRANK BROWN.
Honolulu, April 21, 1670. 126 8i
St. George's IScm-voleiit Society
rgHE ANNUAL M E E T 1 N OF THE
above Society is postponed for a few
will be given of the time and place. W.
Honolulu. April P3. 1S70.'
thete articles. Other hijdneuts will go forward
in future steamers.
Triiportmit TolcKrttpli rC'lioiiio.
Foa Faa.M )-" rer I.laho, April 21 J G Dickson, '
wife and UaiiKliler. Rtfv T I'oan and wilo, Min Wrtmore, Mie '
Kmaia Smith. W W Hall. MUs Helen Whitney. Mi. Phillip, :
A F Jml.l. Mrs Iarien!eld an.1 m. Mrs Daui.-l t.mith, Capt
V. P Nye. Frank Brown, Mr V.a Holt aud 3 children, Mrs '
Kced, M.sa M C Mhipman. Masten V II and O J Shipman, P !
11 Tr.-a.lwty. Capl Fiiurr, Theo II Iavi., Mrs J II It lack ami '
.n. I .ip? Pierre. Mrs lenu-r. S Majniii. Mrs Mellen and i
daughter, m Love. Cbr fcclart, t t W Uiiair.s, Mrs fielU tt, xv.tl, Sin KrineiiMi Npw Yt.rlr T-.rw1.in Ynl-n.
W,ajir W'etrht. E J de s;iv. Mi Mary Paris, W II Davis, i WItil 15311 X ntnClScO, INCW lork, LajntlOU, XOLO-
Ch ssiJohler and son. Louis Parlin, Georr ltoui.rian. II. .rare ! Lama and Ilulickon. A COlilliailV I'A been
B.IUro. Ian:el Oheru. ward Seea 43; aij 14T in transit . , . . , ,"r . . .
j-er oTfja tronrjaWi- chartered by the California Legislature to lava
For Syoscv-Per wa Wocga, April 22-Miss Tanny submarine telegraph between Sun Francisco and
N MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 19ih.
who had been practicintr at Waihee. had confpr..l V A FINE cJkMBttIV. 7i
. , - i.i . .i , . v., . . a aoun e row ot roini Liace, imwrcu ..
the favor of hlS UlentS to the Sick at Llupalakua, ex- j Americn Minlmer and No. BO Alakea Street. A suiiabie re-
chauging the haole medicines for a patent mixture of ' ward win be given to any one returning a to Mr. ten alf-
ident, in conversation on the prospects of the San awa and tobacco, and thus relieving the sick from all fcR ft re.
liomingo treaty, this evening, briefly expressed the ! ailments in vtv-y short time. Unfortunately for the ' 'VtfiT t f W
following ODiuion. bearinz ou this imnortant subiect : I eminent practiticner. btt rather fortunatpiv far I
A fi... ni'mnanl no nrlpnitlvii on.1 nornilniia n j 1 n ! btptr f li O nrnnriptnr At' ITlllnalolrtia tina eA 1I..1. -. i I
.1 viun l liuivui v v. - F I " .. wa wii. . v. . ..uu.. 111.3 o J liLtie IA1111
United States consumes many things grown only in in the talents of learned kahunas, that he couldn't
see the virtue ot the mixture of awa and tobacco, and
BRRELSANI HALF II A R.
ERKLS Bt lifd SALMON. rorSHleby
C. BRKW'KIl it CO.
Oak, Asli. ISicKory.
Ik-, PLANK OK AMUK1KU
lmpjrlrd expressly for
CARRIAGE 3IAKERS USE.
For sale by T2o 3m) C. BRKWF.R k. CO.'
Foa r.i tto Ii'.s Per Kameoamcha V., April ICth
Bread. Its 4.000 Paiai. tfcs 9,7
Pork. bhto. ........... i And stores.
rotatnea. b-;.... 3i,
Value..orS213M; D-ii..275 91 ; Trans.. $3 79.
Foa North ncawasr Per Ka Moi. April 16th :
r.--rs and h.Ds, tbs.. 1J3 Personal eO sets, pkrs.. 21
Hread. ck( 1 Skins, walrus.......
;onta.:uers, csks tc... 813 stooe, pc. ..........
t'offee, 4 Jy3t4 S"tjrars,- tbs ,
r lour, nrits Tallow, 15 & 91
liuies. .-o 2,003 Turtle she a, Rs ...... 30
the tropics ; the population of the country rapidly
increases, and as a necessary result the consumption
: of ti-iii.v nroduets becomes larger in nronortinn.
Honolulu will n be connected by telegraph j Ae talk about the balance of trade being against us
; in hurope, this is au error ; the Lnited Mates
i consumes about seventy-five millions worth of sugar
per year this is almost entirely drawn from the
: wealth of the country ; true, bills are drawn ou
I Kurope, but chiefly to pay the balances against the
United flutes in the tropics.
The balance against the United States in Brazil is
! over twenty millions, and proportionately the same
: is the case in all the tropical countries with which
: we have commercial transactions. This being an
j incontrovertible fact, certainly It is a most desirable
! 9tep to Hcqulre the country where American capital,
labor and enterprise could be employed in raising
Japan, via this port. The bill provides substan
That J. Taylor, W. II. Gary, II. C. Crane. 0. P.
Jessup, H. C. Roberts, C. S. C'oussins, E. L. Sulli
van, Thomas Doolan, L. V. Greenwall, and John
Nightingale, their successors and assigns, shall be
authorized and empowered to construct, maintain.
and operate a line or lines of telegraph from any I sugar, coflee, aud other tropical growths, for Amer
161 : point that may be selected by them in the State of 1 ican consumption.
... ; California, to Honolulu, and Brook's Island, in the j The President reviewed tbe whole question under
sj..J7 ; , ... . . 1 ... 1-1. . T r,., I r 1 , .
laciuc ocean, meute w 1 okouuiu:, japan. inej 1 iuur wud ;
are authorized to construct said line or lines of tele- First The United States reouires such an acnui.
s. galls........ 27.74 I'nSDeeifled mde. t,k u i 1 - 1 i: ! c- n : - .1. 1 ?. .
xj. . .1, . i KraP" awiiK suvt uuuu tui 1 uwi ji intcuw ay, ur rmuu i3 wu xiiunit iu au UKiivuuunu DOIUl Ol
Oil. whale. gads 26o7 Wool, ftm .'.'.'. 6S.U5 across any of the wafers, or any lands within the ; view, for the reasons 1 have already stated.
Value Foreign. ..Am 63 Domestic. ..$4iJ2fli S4. ' limits of the State, by the appropriation of any trees i Second The laws of Porto Rico and Cuba are
Foa Bis Fbiscioco Per Idaho, April 21st : ', growing by nature, or by the erection of any neces- inimical to American commerce ; there is no reason
Bananas, onens Personal ertecu. pkr. 51 1 eary fixtures, including posts, piers, or abutments,
l wK:.":: SUiV;;:;"00.-. ! for staining the wires of said lines, and to con-
Cotiee, tba 10,375 f kun, cair. No 1 ' ' 14 ! struct and lay down a subaqueous cable from any
HuJe. No 41) Sheep. o 311 ! point that may be selected by them, and continue
Molassea, rails........ 700 And stores. 1 1 -1 ,t. ..m. tn. ir..n,I..i.. 1 T 1. . r .1
Vrmnnt, o .Aitui iu. j"i w iivuuiuiu, nuu iiiwt a lai-
Vsiue Foreirn H ull Ar HnmM na - 11 i
Foa 8vit Pet Wocga Wooga, AprU 23d : i Jap"- Rights and privileges therein granted shall
CofTee, tbs 129 Rife, rbs '. $7 ! remain aud continue in force for the term of twenty-
Mnuases, gajis Ji (a:t.tts so 99 ; five years.
value Domestic ..T. fii.137 44. The cost of making cahlcs has been greatly re
duced during tbe past year or two, so that the
WHEREAS, FOR A LONK riMK
I have suffered serious loss ty hogs cumins Into my
j why American manufactures and provisions, such as
I we are able to compete in, should not go to these
J Islauds ; their l.tws are hostile to the interests of this
country ; they are a check upon American commerce.
I wish most earnestly to see the commerce revived :
and, in the Pacific Ocean, thence to Yokohama, ! a strong hold in the West Indies would very soon
t Tf : u j ;i- 1 : .... ! 1..T1L:.
1 emulate mis.
At Wananalua, liana. East Mam, ou the 5th of April, to the
wife ol Freeman J. fcteet, a daughter.
In Oregon City. Oregon, on the 23d Instant, of cob.
ampdoLIIIACS!S,a,nS5l "Witer of JamesL.
a-d Elitabeth Francis Ilr, fe,i -I Frs.-.o months and 8
expense of the new cable now being made to cross
the Atlantic will not be over one quarter that of
either of the three now laid. It is estimated
that a cable can be manufactured and laid down
to connect tbe points above indicated at lees than
one million dollars, and the work accomplished
within one year. In all probahiltly tbe Grrnj
soon went so far as to cause the arrest of this excel
lent member of the medical profession. One of the
most remarkable and notable facts is this, that the
arrest of the kahuna caused the twin brother of
sleep," Death, to make immediate tracks for some
other parts, apparently disgusted with Ulupalakua,
and very likely in search of some other genial com
panion in the guise of a native kahuna. Facts are
the beat illustrations of truths, and it seems to me
that it is high time that an old standinz mistake
should be corrected, in calling sleep death's gentle i
1. it... r- . .v.. .1 0 .
I Win uruuier. raci pru.ca uiai mere are three
brothers, and kahuua, sleep and death's swarthy
brother, is one of 'em, i'faith. A very fortunate cir
cumstance was, that at the very worst time of the
disease at Ulupalakua, the
New Anpnnl Doctor
Made his visit there. This gentleman. Dr. ,
remained for several days, visiting the sick, dispens
ing medicines and laboring most zealously for the
benefit and relief of the suffering sick, and gaining
by his kind and gentle manners in a short time the
confidence and aloha of the natives, the most impor
tant acquisition for a physician who aims at becom
ing useful to the native population. That gentleman,
I do Et hesitate to say it, will be to the native popu
lation one of the best blessings of the year 1870.
The I'lnpalakH English School
Opened its this year's course on February 1st, in a
much enlarged, newly fitted np and much more
pleasant school house, surrounded by the well plough
ed field, ready for the energy and industry of the
youngsters to whom the passing generation has to
give tho charge of these promising Islands. The
school opened with forty-eight children all told, to
wit : Of half castes, nine boys and six girls : of na-
cninni. t K.i,n. and desircviu fruit sod other proiluce.
I hereby give ootije to all native or f rciirners who may hvs
hoKS, that from and after this da'e I shall hoot every b. I
lln'l trespassing on my grounds. OKoRUE MuRRDs.
Kdlaepaa, Kahhi, April 21, 1S70. -o 2t
Key Checks. Bag:ge Checks !
Something New for the Islands.
THE UNDERSIGNED H A VI NG
received, by the- Idaho," a further supply of
Stenell Dies and an Outfit of Key Chctk Dies,
Would invite the ati ention of the Public to the S9me.
U" Key Check, with owner's name and resilience, if re
quiredin German Silvsr, $1 each. Can be mailed anrwhere.
Persons, AcsoclaUonc or Departments ordering a cumber at
one time will be allowed a liberal discount.
THOS. G. THRUM.
723 3m Front Room, over the Post Offlse.
FOR SALE !
A HORSE AND LIGHT Ex
press Waguo, with Harness Complete.
Applv to M. LEWIS r CO.,
725 Id King street.
Fire, Fire, Fire !
14 FIRE EXTINGUISHERS FROM
B0PT0N, via 8u Francisco for sale by
afSiffS C. BKKWKR k CO.
jj. B.These Mv:Mnes. so rleservedl popular to the I' n I ted
elites, where thev hsve ssred mittfiis of property, will be sold
for cost and charts. (729 Iy) C. B. A- CO.
Carts and Wagons.
HEAVY HORSE CARTS.
Medium Horse Carts,
Light Caru, for horses or mules, of string
mate, suitable for town or plantation work;.
Light Concord Wagons,
Light Hand Carts,
Heavy Hand Carls.
Canal Barrows, .
All of the above are for sale low.
ON THURSDAY, APRIL 14.
RES II GOLDEN GATE EXTRA F
Fresh Uraham Flour,
Oatmeal, Rye Meat,
Course and Fins Hottili
New California Hams and Streaky 2
CASUS UI.ItORMA (ft HAM tllhESK,
Cases CodliMi, Kegs California Bi
CASES AND KEGS LARD.
Cases Condensed Milk,
Chests Japan Tea, in . . and 1 ft papers.
Chests beet Comet Ten,
Jspau Tea, In large Jnr.
Japan Tcs, tn small boxes tad
Japan Tea, in tth Csttirti
Fresh Layer Raisins in Box!
HALF AND QK. BOXKs.
Sacks of Humboldt Iotnfi
CALIFOUXIl OATS AND LHAV.
Backs of Wheat,
Uolden ryrup, Ksstern Cranberries.
fparkims; Oelatlne. fresh Mediterranean f C
Tins Crackers ami Cakes, assorted
Case ami qr cases Saloon
CASES TABLE FEUITS, ASST'D KI
Cases half gallon Chrklns,
Boxes best White Maccaroul,
New Smoked i-
oxois FroMb. A.pplei
FOR BALK LOW I
A T THE FA MIL YGI10 CLIi Y rf- FEED S 1 1
C. BRKWKR tr CO.
A PRACTICAL DAIRYMAN
Third, the country has become so immense in its
proportions that it requires outposts. Our vulner
able point is the Gulf. Before it is too late we should
plant ourselves there ; this will be a guard against
aggression from foreign powers, and consolidate the
power of resistance by this country. i tives, twenty-three boys and nine girls, and one
The last reason is, without such a foothold, in I Chinese boy." Your correspondent of course attended
the event of a struggle, our enemies would rendezvous j the opening of the school. I love to look in somo
in the Gulf, and the whole power of the nation might times at a well-conducted school, where the children's
be called to concentrate against a danger which, by j faces look bright and open, where mutual affection
timely action, could have been averted. J between teacher and scholars rules instead of the
tpeakiog most seriously nye, even most earnestly ! birch. How different the school system used to be
the President remarked, how can we tell at what j fifty years ago, when the tongh aud well-worn raw
tnoment there might be a demand for action in thoe I hide was displayed as. the most prominent ornament
tlculan apply at this Office.
House a nil Lot Tor Sale!
ON LILin A STREET. OWNED AND
Ta occupied by the nndersiened. Also. Houxe and Lot on
L Kins street, opposite C. W.Gray A Co.'i Soap Works.;
725 St W. H. HCDDY.
FOR SALE !
A NEW AND FASHIONA BLB
BCGGT, Just received per Syren. Apply to
C. L. RICHARDS CO.,
Or WILLIAM DUNCAN.
T-URINO MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
M.9 from this Kingdom, WILLIAM C. PARKB, F.so., of
Honoiulo. and T. W. KVERETT, Esq.. of Waikapu, Island of
Maui, will act as my Ateots, under Powerof Attorney, for their
respective Islands, and any debts contracted without their ap
proval and consent, will be coascienUoosly repudiated by
T2iem P. H. TKEAWVAT.
will fcuy Oreea H.ds snd iitieep
kir,a. and dsv the highest market
11 111 A.- E Dli.lB.,
Merchant st.,(,Capt. Soow's Boildiuir.)
THOS. C. THRUM,
Stencil Plate Cutter, Copyist & Caligrapher
Front Rxsu over the Post Office,
IS NOW PREPARED TO AT-
tend to all orders in his line, such as Bteocil
f iates (for marking Clothior, llooks, Ac), Busi
ness, Plant. uou aud Advertising Pistes.
LCOAL ir OTHER VOt UMENTS,
Boeka Opened or Closed, AcroanU kept and made eat.
MR. A. H. HAVELL,
Piano Fcrte Maker, Organ Builder
MSmmTIER OF nAESIOMHIS,
BEGS RESPECTFULLY TO
jitate that he
T H Tooea nod Repiara
Church Organ8,Harmonium & Piano Fortes
Having a large stock or Jones' Patent Felt, tbe various kinds
of Leather, Cloth, Wire. rc., used In making Pianos, ha can,
by Re-strioging, Felting, Ac, restore old Instruments, and
make Hum equal to whto new. Mr. H. Tunes oo ths perfect
tempers meet, beinr th most sjretablt division for Slorlnr,
and brilliant for Tlaylng. His Charges are moderate, and
Orders left with Mr. FISHER. Cabinet Maker, Hotel Street, tvr
at Mr. HAVKLL'S KE8IDKNCE, 121 MUL,AU BTRKkT,
will tecelve prompt atteotioo.
Pianos and Organs Kept In Tune and BegnUted
74 BY TRB YEAR. Sa
GENUINE MANILA R
I. li and 1. inch long lecrth for little wlft"
A LARGE VARIETY OF DEMIJOt,
WITM A LOT OF
New English Frifl,
Other Goods lust Receiv
r0S EACU.VD, VIA SAF rBAXfl
JOEIT THOMAS WATEBEO