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C O 1YX M e n O I J Jm .
p7rAici-c, Oft. i170-
Th prire of C. .Ad in New York onod to-fey at 1 131, closing
r . .1 I.1. Hv Is.
ll-.i at 3 T. M.j rierliwr,iw-.. "-"J"
...mioaL The ,ric ol Gold in New York being
113 J. Biak I he l-rlre of Legal 1 'a
Kr1.Ufcr,lfl.hfrum Orbot.k Sea Ibi. season already
amount to 12U.000.
The In, of ih Cfin.f.ttocSiriS.to the North
Pariflr Tnn.rw Company, makes w wr
hr at tmiry within aVut two years. The Del Wort
M .ank n the British North American coast, en route lor
Alaska. The SiVto Are, wu lt on the lower coast of
Jalimia, and the C.n.ntt on the gull .i.Ie of the Penin
.ala of Lower Cl f-mia. From .11 the detail, ao far receded
it (tbodes a l fcJ V' f the treasure, a. the supposition is
lit rtTi .town in top W acme distant from the
mi"eTat Valic w a FaAcixoIn Pan Fran-
- .h, ha compkud the Roll -r 1970-1, and
r;. of over half a minion
mi. year. The aied alue i oer J.5,04,uJU. jneiaa
bt j ill on eath $100 valuation.
MCLBI BE. 1 1. Mth.llT-l.
The retire eargo of the Mar.jnrtt Crorknrd from Hon. Jula
waa mid llxm cUr a. Mlo-Juty paid. Duty 3 per ton of
057 bag. Uana .unr 2 29 to 31 9 of U.
olrioL: Kaaa 0 tu 45 per ton, 270
.J.'.'. . im Ji CJi y. Per ion ; 20
i j u-ur r jl T ' t "
lrreto moiar 40 15 T'r ewu
FTDSBT, Tt. 30th. 1S70.
Th fcut prica of Hawaiivi uaara wre ( duty pai.1 (duty
iWr4 6. r Kok Mhue and U'"
Tn T) 2- 6.1 r Et Maui Ught in ban . J ij
lua in b j It ll-run Uir in baga, 3 10a. Pulu, d.
Aic.uid. Oct. Ch,lST0--
II ia wzar No. 1 in k.V 1 ii Si t 3j 1 In bond j W aihee
in r-i. 4.ir ft in bord. The market .r igara wa. Inn
and stuck u.A hay in ail lha Cotouial market..
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29, 10.
Thl ha. been a somewhat UvIy week In the way of arrival
and departures, the U omija JToaya having arrived from Pydney
and AuekUuul on handay, al the BjtamUum, front Victoria
with aalmon, lime and a general cargo, and the Jae A. folk
imburg from Portland wiih hurU-r. On the 2-lih the British
bark Anna came in tvm the riji.and the American schooncr
Urania frua Tahiti. On the 2tith the American bark ee
IT. Amf arrived from Portland. On the 27lh the Anrican
hip Rtrnard arrived from Kin FrancWo.and the Hawaiian
choootr Uuuiriuri j and lo-day the err.f A'tajr
arrived from Pogl rtiund. We have al the Uawaiiiaa
schooner tTm. H. Alltn, from a r raise, and the firat two
wbaleahipa (fA the Arctic, the report by which will be found
The Mo ft Taylor, lx Han Francio, and the H'omja
from, ft AuckUwl and Hydoey, sailed on Tors, lay aflernotJi
with full cargoe and passenger list. The turner brought a
Urge auf t- tbxne disnppointment was caused by the W on-ja
(Tonga refusing bag .ugara, a the sweating cause the bag to
be stained, ai! claims are made on the vessel, a damage by
coal dust. The fallowing quotation, however, from a MeW
boame let lor dated 2&h September, .how. that the bag. win
look " W. ek after going through the Tropic, when no coal
dust m near :
"The Mtryartt Cror.kard arrived at this port on the 2.1
Inst., the sug rs were offered at auction and all sold on the loth
current. The snle attracted a large attendance of the trade,
buyers being very .pirited In their bidding, lor aotne of tiie
lima, and notably frr the Hue yeUw aorta. Contrary to e-
twetation, toe traie .noweu more iJicmini -
age than for the ug irs put up In bags, and paid a correspond
ingly higher price V t the lurmer, and estimated at from 1 to
3usv per ton. The bags we may remark do not show to advan
tage, as sweating in the hold give them a dark and In some
instances ahuosi a black appearance. In Mauritius they put
rush mat oo the canvas bag "
It la evident we want some improvement in cheap packagea.
Why not use boxes aa in Havana 1 Lumber is cheap enough,
and we have here some powerful wood-working machinery.
Boxes .tow better than kegs, and perhaps a well aa bags
the freight should be less on them.
We note a large kt of salmon .bippnl and transhipped by
the Wong Hrntja, which should help to relieve the present
overstocked stale or this market for this article. This is a new
line of business opened up by these Australian steamers.
Our market keep, overstocked with roost dry goods, but the
good whaling reports and a prospect of a little monument in
merchant shipping shr uUl help us thlt season. The Is
advertised f t Levuka, Fyi, Sydney and Melbourne, the R. W.
Wod for Aucklan.1, Wellington anil Sydney. The Urania
goes to Tahiti. The Comet sails on Tuesday for San Fran
cisco. The y'tetor sailed yesterday for Victoria, B. C-, with
a tittle sutcar and molasses. The BfZ'tntium may be laid on
for that port.
PRICES OF OIL AXD BOX E FALL 1870.
The follow iog are the paying off prices of oil and bone
this till, at the U. 3. Consulate, in Honolulu, for the season's
Hpermoll 73 cent.
Arctic oil 33
Walrus oil 33
Coast oil 31 "
Arrtie lx.ne. . 63
Walrus teeth 1
From the trkaitmen't Skipping List, of October 3d, we
quote the following selling prices of oils s
8rca Continued in fair demand j aales 000 bbls in par
cels, for manufacture, at 1 20$lJii per gallon, asto quality.
Whale In good demand. Sales l.iTJO bbls California coast
0 C4 cent, aad 170 do humpback & cents for manufacture.
FROM THE WHALIHG FLEET.
By the arrival of the ship Henri Taber, Packard. last
WnliMil.iv. from the Arctic Ocean, with 1.050 bbls oil and
21,000 Its bone, we have dates from a part of the fleet to Sep)
31st. The sea was open and the weather good. The Am .'bark
Almira, Harchant, and Am. ship Uibti a jo, WllliamsMiad
been lost in the ice. The following is the report as far as
beard from : .
Josephine, 21 whales j Onward, 12 doj Seneca, 10'daf
Elisabeth Mwif 10 do j TrWlent, 14 do j Helen Snow, db j
Cornelius llowland. 9 do ; Benjamin Cummins, 0 do j CMhm
p on, 6 do J Julian, 3 do, (2 lance) j J 1 Thomion, l.-tOObU J
Wm KV.lca, l.luO bl.ls ; Haw bark Arctic, 9 whales ; Haw brig
Kohaia, whales ; Haw brig Onward, of Uonolulo, &00 to
We Ltke the following report from the ftm Francisco Bulle
tin of October 11th :
Per Victoria No date Phi-s Florida, 600 bbls walrus oil j
Jno I low land, 460 do and 1 whale j Aurora, 750 bbls walrus
oilj Conconlia, 600 do j K Swift. 3o0 do. Barks MenchikoflT,
9u0 bbls walrus oil ; Emily, 4oO do ; Sea Breeze. 460 do and 1
whale ; Elmira, 3A0 bbls walrus oil j Trident, 6oO do ; Roman,
300 do j Josephine, 9 gieys, 3 bowheads j Hercules, 400 bbls
walrus oil ; Hibrrnia, 650 do j )Iassacl.usetta, 400 ds ; Lagoda,
4iO do j Ohio, 450 do ; Morengo, 6oO do. Capt Reofield reports
the Arctic ck-ar of ice, and further says It woold be a matter
of impossibility to tell how the whaling season would turn out.
Rates f Psntnge.
hm-l.tim Lrrxsas 2 cents each half as. prepaid.
I'niTBD ST4TCS tt cent Hawaiian prepaid, each half oa.
EaGLASD 4 cents Hawaiian and 6 cents American, prepaid.
AcsraaLta li cents Hawaiian, each half ox. prepaid.
Fob S is Fbaxcisco Per Comet, Tuesday. November 1st.
port or JHOIJOI.UI.TJ. h. z.
23 Schr Kate Lee, West, from Hawaii.
Zl Schr Klnao, Wood, from Mani-
XI Schr Pauahi. BaUastier, from MolokaL
23 Brit atmr Wonga Wonga, J Stewart, 16 days fm
Auckland, N Z
23 Am bktn Jane A Falkenburg, W Cathcart, 13 days
fm Portland, O.
23 Brit brig Byxantium, R Calhoun, 24 days from Vio
t"ra. C C.
'ri Raw w t br ,'t H Allen, Vera, fm coast of Peru,
10o sp,2 A vh oiL
S4 Am Kb: r M .Vsxd,J W HalCeld, 19 days from
fl St .t Mry, il.tiJU, from Hawaii.
Sccr 1 1 ..'tie, Howard, from Kauai.
ctir Warwick, tin Ball, from MolokaL
15 Ur.t bk Anr 4 a Thompson, 20 days from Drum-
morKl : i.
25 Ao sch 1 t ..x, i C Swinson, 21 days fin Papeete,
Am t k Hr -n x ' Ahny, E Freeman, 13 days from
Astoria, bound to Shanghae.
S8 Am wh bk Henry Taber, T U Packard, from Arctic,
1,060 bbls wh, 21,000 lb bone.
20 Am wh bk Nor man, J Taber, from Arctic via 8an
Francisco, is days, 380 wh, 1,500 lbs bone,
26 8chr Kitty Cartwrlgbt, from KanaL
27 chr Active. Mellish, from Hawaii and Man!.
27 Am ah Reynard, H P Arbecam, 11 days from Baa
27 Haw schr Annie, Wm Babcock, 29 days fm B ata
23 Am wh bk J D Thompson, fm Arctic, 600 bbls wal
rus and 1,000 bbls wh.
23 Am wh bk Aiouticello, H T Reynolds, fm OchoUk,
60 bbls sperm, 200 bbl whale.
28 Am three masted schr Forest King, E W Tattle, 27
. days from Port Townsend.
29 Schr Prince, Marchant, from Hawaii.
23 Stmr Kilauea, Harrison, from Hawaii and Maui.
Schr Odd Fellow, Hopo, from Hawaii.
28 Schr Luka, Kaai, from Hawaii.
29 Schr Ka Moi, Powers, from Maui.
29 Schr Nettie Jlcmll, Crane, from Maui.
29 Schr Mannokawai, Keaupuni, from Maui.
29 Schr Waiola, Imdott, from Maui.
29 Schr H ukulele, Booth, from Molokai. " "
Oct. 24 Schr Mannokawai, Keaupnni, for MauL
24 Schr Ka Mot, Powers, for Maui.
24 Schr Owana, Makanaheleaelc, for MauL
24 Schr Fairy Queen, Smith, for Kauai.
24 Schr Mary Ellen, Davis, for Maui.
24 Schr Uokntele, Booth, fur Moiokai.
24 Schr Jenny, Lambert, for Kauai.
24 Schr Waiola, Dudoit, for Maui.
- 24 Stmr Kilaaea, Harrison, for Maui and Hawaii.
24 San Salvador ah Macao, Morrales, for Callao.
25 Schr Mary, Makahi, ibr Kauai.
24 Schr Kate Lee, West, for Hawaii.
95 Am sts&r Moses Taylor, Floyd, for San Francisco.
23 Brit atmr Wonga Wonga, Stewart, for Auckland
and Sydney. -
24 Schr Warwick, John Bull, for MolokaL '
24 Srhr Hattie, Howard, for Kauai.
27 Am h John Bryant, Holmes, for New York.
27 Am bark Helen W Almy, Freeman, for Shanghae.
87 Am bktn Vlrtor, Walker, for Victoria, B C.
- ' At Esqoemalt, September 25th, to the wife ot C:1. II. W.
Mist, sf H. B. M.'s S SpnrrowkJtviL, of son. -
In Honolulu, Ocu.lwr 21th,' to the wife of Mr C. A. Castle,
-vf a Jaujrl.urr. ' : .
- W..- V ..kur.n 6fl r-TJ IM DCr I
V's;t CU-J per .o ; 5w HC 2 W C per
r, ta kr til-- 66 1J1 6 to 11 I' ton J ars.
.'a o .7 ,.i tt tnn : Ui b.e U t i22 1 per ton ;
ReroBTor Btsamek Wosoa Wosoa, Stewart, master,
sailed from Auckland on the 7th inat it 3 P M. Had fine
weather the first four day, when wind unified to the north
east, blowing strong, with a heavy cross sea, which lasted two
day.. Had to go dead .low for 24 hour.. With the exception
of this day averaged over 10 knots- On the 2Mb inst steamed
2S0 miles. Arrived at Honolulu Sunday the 23d int at 2 I M,
. nn.ir i? .!.-T- iiiR.i?e. or at the rate of 01 knot, the .
I whole distance of 3,900 miles.
! KEruBTOr Schooseb Assie, Babcock, master, left Ho
J nolulu July 13th, aivl arrived at Danger Island on the 29th j
t IWItCU M " ' . - '
I ii: Dutaritari Sept 29th f'r Honolulu, arriving here Oct 27tl-
an1 whoonrr Ida of Fiji lilands, trading for cocoanot oil.
Fnow PoBTt!n, O. Per J. A Falkenburg, Oct. 23 50
sks oat, i cs lard, to Bolle H Co ; 23 sk oals, 7 cs hams, M
ks dried apple. 44 cords stave timber, 8U0 qr sks flour, 10
t.Li salmon, 20 hf Mils salmon, to Catle A; Cooke ; 81o qr
sks d-.ur, 1'JO cs pilot bread, t C Brewer dc Co ; 130 bl.ls aal
motH SXJO qr scks flour, to Walker A; Allen ; 200 qr sks Il mr,
t (i C Mclean ; 4 cs bacon. 10 c luion. to order ; 1 '21 sks
potatoes, 16,W ft rou.h lumber, 50T ft spruce lumber, 2,lU
ft ULk lumber, low R dressed lumber to Win Cathcart.
Fbow Svdsbt avo Aicklasd Per Wonga Wonga, Oct.
23 11 pkgs cor.lare, 1 bx scie, to Waiker Ar Allen j 3 cs
ale, 1 cs porter, to H Prenderijast ; 6 cs jams, 4 cs coffee, 1 cs
wine, 4 c meats, 2 csks meals, 2 les beef, 2 csks tall w. 1 cs
gsr.ien setus, 22 Mis mats. 1 bx samples, to C Brewer At Co 15
2 cs galTanizcd iron, to W I. Oreen, 1 bt samples, to T H
Davies ; 2 pki mte to Dr Hutchison; 1 bx specie, to II
llackfeld At Co j 2 cs plants, to J K Kinney j i cs planls to K
II IJirnond ; 1 cs stuffed birds, 2 qr csk brandy, to or-ler j 13
Cs nicise, in Irannitu i.-r San Fraucisc t.
Fbo.m Victobia, B. C Per Byxantium, Oct. 23 3C2 bbls
salmon, 40 hlf bbU aalmon, 2 cs nidse, ISO bbU Ume. 10 bb's
plaster of paris, 9 bxs arrowroot, jo bxs soap, 10 bxs salera
tus, 14 boiler plates, to W I. Green ; 4 cs dry goods, to C 8
Hartow ; ITS Mis shingles. 1 50 bbls lime, 355 l.bla salmon, 10
bf bbls .almon, to Walker Ac Alien; 1 pr elk horns, 3 bx.
apples, 1 ton potatoes, 1 bbl iotatoca, 2 c. brandy, 1 bag car
rots, to order.
Fbow Patete. Tahiti Per Vcrania, Oct 25 23rsattJ
crockery, 3 cs decanter, and glasses, 1 cs tumblers, 6 cs game
and meats, 1 c prunes, 34 cs claret, 9 cs chanirfigne, 10 cs
maraschino, 8 c fruits in syrup, 1 cs samffwi',' 2- bbls Irnie-'
juice, 1 1 cs ccnac. 22 bbls rum, 223 bars arrowrooC 6,oOO co
coanuu, to T M Vincent j 1 c engravings, to French Consul.
Fbow Fiji Islasd Per Anna, OcL 26 50 tons coal, 70 cs
brandy, 4S c champagne, 7i d' porter, 1 pkg hatchet., IS
bbls ginger wine. 6.0UO cijjars, o lu salt, 16 cs hock, 6 cs old
torn, 1 pkg tobacco, 8 cs Australian wine, 6 cs gin, to master.
Fbow Pobt Gamble Per Forest King, Oct. 2Slh : 39.000
feet dressed lumber. 2:;7,&o3 f.t rough lumber, feoj M shiptlea,
15 M lath, to II Hackf.M A Co. - -m
Faow Micboxebia Per Annie. Oct 27lh : 12 csks cocoa
nut oil, 1 bx shark Cn to E lloirschlaeger Ac Co; 4 csks
cocoanot oil to E O Hnll Ac a ; 600cocoanuu to J I Dowsett j
20 cocoanuu to II Biugtuin ; and sundry pkgs mat, coral
Fob A 1 c E L a x D a D SynwET Per Wonsa Wong.i, Oct. 25
Pulu, lbs 7676 Salmon, hf bbls... 275
Rice, lbs 2OO0 tugar, lbs 37710
ha III ton, bbls. 2VJ
VaL domes, produce, $2.C9o 81 Val. for. produce... $ 2.993 99
In transitu from r-au Francisco, 361 pkgs asstd mdsc.
Fob Sas Fba.icimco Per Moses Taylor, Oct. 25
Baiianas, lM-bs 60 Pulu, lbs 21 S00
Collee. 11m 2C14 Rice, lbs. 600
1'ry good, bales. ...... 8 Samples, c.. .......... 1
Fruits, (unpec) pkg.... 15 Specie, $1,2 JO, cs....... 1
Hides, pes. 691 Sugar, lb 183700
Sheepskins, cs...... 390 Tallow. Ins.... ........ 47S7
Limes. ....... ........ 5oo0, Uusiec. indse, pkgs.... 4
Paddy, lbs 15200;
VaL domes, pr.sluceil3.4o4 34 Val for. produce,... (1,302 SO
In transitu from Sydney, 13 pkgs mdsc.
Fob Victobia Per Victor, Oct. 20
CoHce, Urn 2US4 Sugar, lbs 87300
Molasses, gall 6260,
Value domestic produce, (6,154 90.
Fob Callao, (sea sure.) Per Macao, Oct. 24th :
Beef, bs. ............. 3,815 Onions, lbs 1.465
Cabbage, bndls 3O0 Potatoes, lbs 15.740
Eggs, duxens 30 Potatoes, sweet, lbs 12,300
Fow s, dusuns...... .... 6 Pumpkins, No... ...... 880
!! US d.izens. ......... 6 Sheep, No.. 4S
Limes, No..... ........ 6,000 Tamarinds, Jbs.. ...... 476
Mutton, lbs. ........... 487 And small stores.
Oramtes, So 18,750!
Value domestic $1,298 23; Foreign. ...(400 98.
Fbow Victobia, B. C Per Byzantium, Oct. 23d Mr De
quire, Geo Townsend 2.
Fbow laud's Islakd Per C. M. Ward, Oct. 23d
John Phillips, Mr Mecoll, and 4 laborers 6.
Fbow Ftdhey amd Aicklajid Per Wonpa Wonga, Oct.
2Td S A Wood, W Rogers. Mrs Rogers, L Braham, Mr. Bra
ham, F Jones, J Hewitt, Madame Carandini, Muses Roeina,
Fanny, Isabella and Lizzie Carandini, Mr W Sherwin, MrJ
Small, Capt S S Austin, and S5 in transitu for San Fran
From Fiji Islakds Per Anna, Oct. 24th W Bruce, G
Fbow Tahiti Per Urania, Oct. 25:h T M Viucent, Mrs
Fob Sa Fraxcisco Per Moses Taylor, Oct. 25th F M
Weed. S II Pliillips, Thn A.lanison, Jr, wife and 2 children.
Mrs T Smith a. d child, A P Everett, Mr Samuela, N A Sands,
A Ilunlap, T N Noble, Mrs S Warren, L J Low and 3 children,
Mrs Mot l, T Johnson, J Johnson, T B Chalain, and 65 in
transitu from Sydney and Auckland 87.
For Auckland ad Svdset Per Wonga Wong-?, Oct.
25th W C Gardenbire, and 43 in transitu from San Fran
From 8 as Fbaxcisco Per Norman, Oct. 28th Mr Heed,
Geo Doriiy 2.
For Phcexix Guano Islakd Per Sterling, Oct. 27th B
Oudt 1. .
From Microsbsia Per Annie, Oct. 27th Rev n Bingham
and wife, Rev Mr Mahoe, wife and 4 children. Miss K Kanoa,
J Hilua and wife, Paul and Mathew Butaritarl, Mrs Kaelema
From Alaska Per Monticello, Oct. 2Sth Copt Bates
From. Wixdwaro Ports Per Kilauea. Oct. 2Sth nis Ex
J Mott Smith, Her Ex Keelikolani, C H Ju.ld, Capt N T Ben-.
Sett, C Lake. E Asegut, and about 60 deck passengers - 66.
Rice September 6th, at her mother's bouse in Clinton,
Uenry County, Missouri, Mis Mary Kice, (.Laughter of Will
4am an.1 Mary S. Rice, formerly resident at Lihue, KanaL,)
aged 20 years.
Booth In Honolulu, October 27th, Harriet Charlotte,
Booth, aged 10 years.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29.
The Australlnn Htenm Xliic.
. There hare been many rumors of late, and
some very decided etatcmenU have been made that
Mr. Webb, ot New York, has bought off the
North Pacific Transportation Company, that lie
has purchased the Moses Taylor, and that he
starts off with the subsidy for the Australian
mails, and the fine Bteaiubliip Nebraska sometimes
between now and the 1st of January to open the
route under the new auspices. As journalists
whose duty it ia to ascertain and publish facts, we
have been very anxious to learn how much truth
there is in these etatemeuts, and to sift contradic
tory rumors for the enlightinent of the Hawaiian
public. We are not the advocates of any particu
lar line, our duty as well as our interest leads us
to advocate whatever line will ino6t benefit the
Hawaiian people, for their interests and ours
must be identical.
In the commercial article of the Daily Alia of
the 15th inet., the latest date received by the
Reynard, appears the following paragraph, which
as far aa we can make out from all other informa
tion which we have been able to collect, expresses
the facts of the case as far as known :
It is understood that preliminary arrangements have been
made between the Uolladay and Webb interests, with a view
to harmonize on the Australian steamer line. If the proposed
line of policy is carried out, we shall soon have first-class
steamships, carrying the American flag, plying between this
port and Australasia. American ateamers have been driven otT
the European route by the failure of Congress to subsidise
lines between New York and Great Britain. It is to be hoped
lhat this suicidal policy will now cease, and that a liberal sub
sidy will be granted on the meeting of Congress, In December,
by which a line creditable to the American name will be put
on the route to Australia. The Uolladay ao I Webb interests
combined, with a fair subsidy, can successfully compete with
the strong English Peninsula and Oriental Line via Sues.
By the Moses Taylor a Mr. Neilson arrived and
went on in the Wonga Wonga with, we believe,
the object of treating on behalf of the N. P. T.
Company with Mr. Ilall, and of arranging with
him to join in the proposed coalition. The New
Zealand Government has made an arrangement
with Mr. Hall for five years, and the N. P. T.
Company have an agreement for the same time
with him, bo that the proposed new arrangement
requires the co-operation both of Mr. Hall and
the Colonial Governments, and the whole of
course require the sanction of the United States
Government and of Congress.
Correspondence and newspaper paragraphs also
state that Sir George Grey will patronize this line,
and will lend his assistance to get the subsidy
for it from the New Zealand Government. The
boats which it is understood will be put on the
route are fine large sidewheel boats, belonging to
Mr. Webb, and now lying in San Francisco,
where they have lain some time out of employ
ment. They are named the Hebrasla, Dacotah
and Nevada, and are large comfortable fast boats.
It is also confidently stated, and which state
ment seems quite probable, that the Pacific Rail
road Company aid and alct with all their influ..
cnoc tins powerful propose!" combination. So far,
all looks serene, and it would seem difficult to imag
ine how so strong an organization to carry out what
everybody wants could fail to succeed. Still the
whole matter is merely a scheme in contemplation
and in process of being worked up not an ac
If is self-evident that a 6teamehip line of the
proposed magnitude of this one, expecting to re
ceive immense subsidies, is for no local traffic, and
has no local object. Indeed, it is confessedly a na
tional A mcrican line, by wh ich the Pacific 11a ilroad ,
and steamships under the American flag are to
compete for the traffic between two Empires ; for j
atsurcdly in extent and in power of production j
the Auetralias and rcw Aeaianu may ciaim me
title of the Empire of the South.
Situated nearly at the Antipodes of England,
there are now open four routes to this Southern
Empire, two by going East, those of the Suez and
of the Cape of Good Hope ; and two by going
West, thoee of the Pacific Kalroad and San Fran
cisco, and of Panama. Each of these routes
posieis certain advantages. That by Panama,
however, after having been tried for some time
has been abandoned, at least, for the present.
The other three arc all in full operation, or at
least will be when the proposed new joint line
from San Francisco commences its ojterations.
The Suez route is in possession of the mo6t pow
erful steamship company in the world, the Pen
insular and Oriental. We have before us a list
of their etoaTff8.- There are Ibrty-five veescls,
of which three are over 3.000 tons, fourteen over
2,000 tons, twenty-three from 1,000 to 2,000 tons,
and five under 1 ,000 tons. These are all fast and
powerful iron screw steamers, except, three,
which arc 6ide-whccl boats. The Company Jb
subsidized by tho British Government, for carry
ing the mails, and they run their steamers from
Southampton to Poict de Gallc, in Ceylon, on
their way to Madras, Calcutta and China, and j
connect from Point dc Galle by branch 6teamers
to Melbourne and Sydney, for which service they
receive the proportionate subsidy. Tho distance
from Southampton to Alexandria is 2,951 miles ;
from Suez or Alexandria to Galle, 3,442 miles ; !
from Galle to Melbourne, 4,070 miles ; from Mel
bourne to Sydney, 5C0 miles ; making a total of
11,013 miles from Southampton to Sydney. The
distance from Southampton to Sydney via New
York, San Francisco, Honolulu and Fijis is 9,441 ;
miles by sea, to which add the distance by land, j
so that giving the same rate of speed at Bea by
either route, and 6ix days for the overland travel
would give at 300 miles per day and no stop
pages ; 374 days via San Francisco, and 38j days
via Suez to Sydney whilst to Melbourne, calcu
lating on the same basis, the time would be 39
daysvia San Francisco, and 3GJ days via Suez. The
distance by either route to the central point of
these Colonies therefore may be said to be about :
equal, giving a splendid opportunity for a fair
race to these great competitors, overa course of half
way round the globe, each taking opposite routes
and meeting. A contest, the magnitude of which
would seem to be worthy of being watched from
the other planets of our system.
But, supposing these two magnificent champi
ons, all duly organized, and in full blast, com
peting for this great traffic the point of interest
to us llawaiians is of course, how do we stand j
affected ? Have we not got 25,000 a year for
two years, with which to control to our use and j
advantage the movements of these rushing mon-
' sters of the Pacific route ? We confess we do not
feel as satisfied about the result as we should like.
If those magnates, their owners, chose to listen to
what we had to propose at all, the fear is that we
might not have more cause for congratulation in
the answer, than the boy had, who joyfully cried
out, " Oh, mother, the king has spoken to me."
" Has he, my lad, what did he say ?" He said,
Get out of the way you little urchiu or I'll run
over you.' " Indeed, it looks to be a poor show
for molasses sugar in bags." There may possi
bly be an opportunity for some Hawaiian Punch
to get up a sketch of our worthy Minister of
Finance standing on the extreme bluff of Makapuu
Point, holding out a bag of U. S. gold coin, to a
great steamer, passing the group in the dim dis
tance, at the rate of seventeen knots an hour.
But there is another Richmond in the field.
Nothing is more certain in the news that has
reached us from the Colonies than that the Mel
bourne people and Government are reserving all
their means and their influence to establish and
subsidize a direct mail steam route from Liver
pool, via the Cape of Good Hope. This has been
a long cherished idea, and it gets every day more
practicable. It is only 97 miles longer from
Southampton to Melbourne, via the Cape, than
via Suez, and at 300 miles a day, the passage
could be made in 374 days. By this route there
would be no transshipment and no Suez Canal to
entail expense or delay. These steamers would
carry mails and cabin passengers, immigrants and
cargo this is what they want, and it is the set
tled determination of the Melbourne people to
have it. Steamers can now be built to make tho
voyage and take coal enough for the run from
England to the Cape of Good Hope, and at the
same time carry a large cargo. It is only a ques
tion of length and economical machinery. Both
have advanced with wonderful rapidity of late
years. By the last mail we saw a paper in
which is tho account of the launch at Belfast of
an iron screw steamer for the route from Liver
pool to Melbourne, via tho Cape, 432 feet long
and 41 feet beam. She ia called the Oceanic, and
is built for the Oceanic Steam Navigation Com
pany, of Liverpool. In fine, it may be looked
upon as settled that the Melbourne people will
pay no large sum to subsidize either the Suez or
the San Francisco route.
' The principal encouragement the agents of the
Webb line got in the Colonics was from Welling
ton, New Zealand, and the places south of that.
They saw they were out of the track from Sydney,
whilst they were right in the track from Mel
bourne via Tahiti. But as that routo is not
likely to be taken by any company," they may
very well rest satisfied to join on via Auckland
and Honolulu. New Zealand being so much
nearer this way has a clear and decided interest
in encouraging a route via San Francisco. They
see it, and have boldly acted upon it, and are
ready to back up what they have done. Auck
land is, by all odds, the best, nearest, most natu
ral and convenient port of New Zealand for the
steamers to arrive at first and leave last. The
capital, Wellington, is jealous, but it will be use
less for it to fight against facts. But they will
eayf let the direct steamers come on to Welling
ton instead of going over at right angles to Syd
ney. If they pay enough perhaps they will get
them to do so ; but here comes the rub ; the
coal is at Sydney ; besides which it is a more im
portant place than Wellington.
Between the Suez route and the direct ocean
route, Sydney may have aU the communication
she requires, and as rapidly as via San Francisco,
but seeing the steamers subsidized by New Zea
land, and that by paying a small Bum they could get
them to come on to Sydney, and carry their mails,
they made the investment of 10,000 a year to
Hall's line, and a good one no doubt it was. They
would probably rwy more for larger boats via the
Fijis, as that route is much shorter than Auck
land ; and if arrangements can he made between
the Colonies as to Low the boats are to run from
the Fijis to Auckland and Sydney, respectively, it
is likely enough that for larger boats and good
time, a handsome sum may be raised between
New Zealand, New South Wales and Queensland.
Sydney is induced to patrflhize this line in a great
measure, because by this route she plays first
fiddle, whilst by the Suez route she plays second
fiddle, those vessels arriving first at Melbourne.
Thus, with the same amount from the American
Government as will be paid by the Colonies, a line
of first class steamers may be put on.
The consideration of all these facts, and facts
are stubborn things, lead, we think, to the fol
lowing conclusions. That the steam lino across
the Pacific, whoever takes it in hand, will ulti
mately resolve itself, not into the grand main line
of travel between England and her southern Colo
nies, nor even into a very seriously competing
line with the two other routes, but into a very
valuable subsidiary means of communication with
them, and most probably as the main passenger
and mail, route to New Zealand.
It fortunately happens, as far as Hawaiian in
terests are concerned, that such a line as this is
far more likely to suit us, than the more magni
ficent scheme. If it was to be a line, the paying
of which depended on beating the other lines by
a day, and it will be Been by the distances that
this can only be done by having faster steamers ;
twelve hours spent in Honolulu, might mean fail
ure and ruin to the company. On the other hand,
the more modest subsidiary line, by which the
New Zealand mails at any rate would get there
first by this route without rushing things, is just
what would suit us.. By the steamers from each
end arriving here on the same day and both re
maining forty-oight hours, everything that we
want could be effected. In such a line the 48
hours delay would do no harm. Those passen
gers between England and Australia whose main
object is time, will go the other way, for it is not
to be supposed that having an advantage in dis
tance the P. & O. Company will allow themselves
to be beaten in the speed of their boats ; whilst
those passengers who are studying comfort and
pleasure, would prefer this route and would
rather remain hero the 48 hours than not, as we
have been often told by the passengers themselves.
With regard to the mails, it will be simply this
they can be ahead with the New Zealand mails
any way, and for the Australian mails, all that is
necessary, is to arrange the time of arriving and
departure so as to alternate with the times of
those via Suez. Thus if they have now a mail
that way once a month, they would then have a
mail twice a month, and if would be but a small
matter if the one this way took a day or two longer,
especially as the subsidy to be paid for the work
would bo quite moderate.
There is one point in the new proposed scheme
which, if intended to be permanent, we look upon
as an element of failure, that is the employment
of side-wheel boats, and this whether the line
be on the rushing and grand scale, or on the more
modest economical one. We are aware there are
differences of opinion on this subject, and side
wheel boats have their advocates ; but the evi
dence of facts are too stong on the other side.
Long narrow iron screw propellers, are taking the
trade of the whole ocean, subsidy or no subsidy,
and we believe and are prepared to show that
such boats could take a line without a dollar of
subsidy and pay, where wooden side-wheel boats
might get on extravagant one and lose money. If
the American and Australian Governments choose
to pay for what they may consider the luxury of
side-wheel boats, all right we 6hall welcome
them here most cordially but we believe that
the business men and practical men both in J.hc
United Slates and the Colonies are perfectly
aware that they would have to pay through tho
nose for tho privilege of running wooden side
wheel boats, instead of iron screw propellers.
Although our 25,000 a year might not serve
as much where a powerful through line was once
under way, it may occur that in the course of the
maneuvering and tho negotiations which will
probably arise over this Pacific Australian steam
line question, two opposite parties may appear on
the field, in real strength about equally matched,
but one proposing the magnificent, and the other
the more practical plan of working it. When two
great opponents are about equally balanced, a
feather may turn the scale our 25,000 a year
may then come into play, and we may make
terms with cither to. our advantage.
It may be that a considerable degree of respon
sibility may be thrown upon His Majesty's Min
isters in the course they will have to take in this
question. Too 1 much haste on the one hand or
hesitation on the other, when the proper moment
arrives, may be fatal; we, however, have confi
dence that His Majesty has men shrewd enough,
cautious enough, and prompt enough to do in this
case the right thing at the right time, and what
ever the result may be, we are further satisfied,
that they will have diligently considered the
question, and acted in good faith for the best in
terests of the country.
PHOTOGRAPHIC ARTIST. PICTURES
of all Styles taken and work guaranteed,
fort Street, East side between King and Hotel. o29 ly
GRAND MUSICAL FESTIVAL
SatTU'clayy October JO,
OPERATIC & BALLAD
Fifth Appearance of the Distinguished Artistes
-' The Bisters
Eosina and Fannie,
Mr. Walter Sherwin,
Mr. J. Small,
IN THEIR POPULAR ENTERTAINMENT !
Overture, (Piano) "Tancredi," (Rossini)
The roisters Roeina and Fannie.
Operatic Selection4 Lucre tia Borgia, (Donizetti)
Madame Carandini and Mr. "Walter Sherwin.
Cavatioa M Sing on ye Little liirds," ( Waley), Miss Kosina.
Trio O Memory," (Leslie) Madame Carandini,
Miss Fannie and Mr. Walter Sherwin.
Character 8ong " The IrUh SchooJrnasteT,,..Mr. J. SmaU.
HalUd Why do 1 "Weep for Thee,".. Madame Carandini.
Madug&l liown in a Flowery Vale,..... Company.
Song "Somebody's Darling,,n (Gabriel),. .....Miss Fannie.
Duett4 The Wind and the Harp," ' - - -
The Sisters Rosina and Fannie.
An Interval of Ten Minutes.
Introduction, (Piano) "Norma," - . .. - - - .
.... i'he Sisters Roeina and Fannie.
Quartette " From the Valleys and UiUa," (Bohemian tiiri)
Ballad Nora O'Neal, .Miss Rosina.
auiracter Sou " Hamlet. Mr. J. KmalL
Duett Trust Her Not," (Knife)
The Sisters IJnsina and Fannie.
Ballad Home, Sweet Home, Madame Carandini.
Hong- Kathleen MaTournecn," (Crouch).. ...Miss Fannie.
The "Gypsies Laughing Chorus, (Ci lover).. Company.
Admission One Dollar.
ltererved Scats, f 1 JO. Children Half-Price.
5t" Doors open at half-past Seven ; Concert to com
mence at Fight o'clock. . .
N. B. A Plan of Uie Hall may lie seen at Mr. Kyeroft's,
next door to Dr. ISoftuni, where Keats may be secured.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE!
W. K ROOKRS.
(Branch of the late San Francisco Minstrels, who appeansu
here last February,) will have the honor of malting
their second bow to a Honolulu audience,
ASSISTED 11 V MR. AV. XORTHCOTT,
THE CELEBRATED CORNET SOLOIST,
Monday Evening, October 31st,
Grand Programme of Variety !
All the Latest Songs, Dances, Acts, Jokes,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Cruelty to Johny. Miss Nellie Hosmer and (rank Jones
Ballad, (selected) Mr. L. Braham
C'lsgpetidalitie.- Mr. Frank Jones
Comic Budget, (Quick Changes) Miss Nellie llosmer
bolo. Cornet Seltxtioos from Eobert le ....
Diabl-," (Meyerbeer) Mr. W. Northcott
Lay Low in the Tall Orass. ..Messrs. Jones, Braham Rogers
Intermission of Ten Minutes.
Soug and Dance" Dimple in her Chin." (original)
Mr. Frank Jones
Ballad (descriptire) .. Mr. L. Braham
Girl of the Pe-ri-od Miss ellie Hosmer
Banjo Excentricities. : Mr. Frank Jones
Solo, Comet Blue Bells of Scotland" Mr. W. Northcolt
O reri ure Orchestra
To conclude with the Laughable Ethiopian Sketch entitled
Gliost in ;i fi'.nvii Shop !
Oi l Isaacs Mr. L. Braham
Pete Sitnpkius Mr. W. Rogers.
Stere Williams Mr. F. J..ms
Urru Circle fcl.OO; Orclirsirn 75 Cents;
Pnrqurlle SO Cents.
Doors open at Seven O'clock ; Performance to Commence at
KighL Carriages may bo ordered at half-past Ten.
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COl! SKLLO R AT LAW.
Office over the Post-office, Honolulu. o29 6m
E. 0. HALL & SON,
IMPORTERS . M WHALERS IN HARD.
WARK, Dry Oooils, Paints. Oils, and Ueueral Merchandise.
o29 Corner Fort and King SU. ly
FURNISHED COTTAOE TO LET AT
WAIKIKI. The Cottage recently occupied by W. L.
Green, at the Beach, Waikiki. Kent. 1 0 per month,
or by the year at $35 per month.
oi9 tr Apply to W. L. GRKEN.
MFOR SALE. TIIE COTTAGE ON THE
Beach at Waikiki, formerly occupied by Miss Mont
gomery. Apply to
o29 if W. L. GREEN.
TOTICE. TIIE UNDERSIGNED HAS SOLD
11 all his interest in the Ilurilwure l!uinrs to J.
W. WIDDIF1KLD, who will from this date carry on the busi
ness in I is own name.
October 27th, 1870. (..29 3t) W. II. CQRNWELL.
j. aT bur dick,
Cooper & Gauger, Cooperage on Esplanade.
HE IS PREPARED TO ATTEND
ta all work in his line at his old stand on the Espla
nuile. He hones bv attention to business to erit a
continuance of the patronage which he has heretofore enjoyed,
and for which he now returns his thanks. o29 ly
1J1S, GU.S, GKKAT GUNS !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
Single & double barrelled Shot Guns,
SUITABLE FOR TRADING PURPOSES.
IlIFLES, PISTOLS, CARTRIDGES, POW
DER and CAPS,
And all kinds of Sporting Goods,
LOCK AND GUN SHOP, Ne. 44 FORT ST.
ILL KINDS OF FIRE-ARMS CLEANED & REPAIRED
At reasonable terms.
FAIfilLY GROCERY AND FEED STORE!
IT BEING MY INTENTION TO LEAVE
this Kingdom, I offer for sale the above mentioned estab
ment, comprising the
j Large and well assorted Stock,
Store Fixtures and
Lease of Premises,
IIore and Wagon,
With the Entire Interest and Good Will
OF TIIE BUSINESS.
Information in respect to the business and terms of sale
will be furnished to any responsible parlies, inq-iiiiug with in
tention of purchasing.
(Gazette copy.) o23 1m I. BART LETT.
TWOS. C. THRUIYTS
Stationery and News Depot,
SAGAR'S PATENT TRACING CLOTH,
3d Inches wide.
SUPERIOR TRACING PAPER, of sites np to
40 x CO
AND KXPECT3 SHORTLY, A SUPPLY OF
DRAWING PAPER, in sheets
and in roll.
Also, at hand a further supply of
STAR MEDICATED PAPER !
The only reliable article.
Copying Crushes, Golden Robin 8ong Books.
Carter's) Suk. sjIm. Violet Ink.
Nwte Books &.c, Ate.
And a full assortment of
Wortenholm's Celebrated Pocket Cutlery !
The genoiue article at reasonable prices.
Also, Constantly on Hand, a small but Choice
Havana, Manila and California
AND THE BEST BRANDS OF
Smoking and Chewing Tobacco.
PER J. A. FALKINBURG
FROM PORTLAND DIRECT.
A PEW OP THOSE SUPERIOR
For Sale by
BOLLK3 k. Co.
OREGON OATS !
KCE1VED PER FALKINBUBG.
; ' r For eale by ... .
BOLLE3 & Co.
FRESH SIilIOIY, in 1 &S lb.
ANS, DIRECT FROM PORTLAND.
ozu 3m For Sale by - BOLLKrf Co.
PRESERVED ITIEATS !
IN 2 Lb. 4 Lb. AND G Lb. CANS.
A SMALL INVOICE
Eeceived per "Wonga "Wonga Direct
Very Superior Quality, and a Good Assortment.
029 Sm For Sale by BOLLE8 Co.
CALIFORNIA PRESERVED MEATS,
IS 21 Lb.' CANS. '
RECEIVED PER MOSES T ATLOR, AND
For Sale by BOLLKS Co.
OR SALE BT
- u29 3m
K O L L f : S Aw Co.
IVJIEK' FAIR .T
THE LADiaoM.OJ.OLULD W.LL
Thursday Evening, November 3d!
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK,
jt tlio Olympic Hnll,
. FOR THE
Benefit of the Ladies' Benevolent
The "Grab Box'' will be Open in the
Ticket, to be had at the Stores of E. O. Hall & Son, J. T.
Waterhouse, and C. L- Richards & Co.. and at the Door.
ADMISSION - FIFTY CKNTS.
Oregon Extra Standard Flour.
Oregon Celebrated Oats,
OREGON SUGAR CURED HAMS
CARGO OF LUMBER!
N. W. Boards, Flank,
Assorted Scantling:, and
T. and G. Flooring, N. W.
TIIE ABOVE JUST RECEIVED KX JANE
A. FALKINBL'UO, For Sale by
o29 2w CASTLE I COOKE,
WASHINGTON MAR K ET,
MESSRS. BORN HOLT At T,
DUNN, Butchers. Nuusnn Street, ILzlif
prepared to supply Beef. M ultsn. Veal and Uisk,
at all hours, on the most reasonable terms. A share of Pat-
F. A. MAYJVARD, PROFESSOR
of Music and Band Master, late from St. Vin
cent Collenc Los Angeles, Oal.. b gs to inform
. v - i . i... . i i i it. t.f II i.Tittl ulii thn. hA is nam nrs
. . . . HIC ltU.uiMii . .
pared to make engagements for classes in Piano Forte, Guitar,
Violin, 4-c. Communications addressed to him through the
Post Office will receive immediate attention.
Pinno Forlrs C refiill y Turaecl.
Terms made known on application at the Book Store of u.
M. Whitney. 29 3tn
I AM NOW PREPARED TO TAKE
PICTURES of any Style !
Rooms Formerly Occupied by H. L. Chase
East Side Fort Street, between KId and Ilotel,
And hope by attention to business to merit the patronage of
Particular Attention Paid to Copying.
nplIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RETURNED,
. has resumed his business of
Selling Hardware at his Old Stand !
Where he will again
OFFER HIS STOCK AT PRICES TO SUIT
TUB TIMES, AND .
WILL SELL AS CHEAP, IF NOT CHEAPER THAN
ANY OTHER HOUSE IN TOWN.
029 2m J. W. WIDDIFIELD.
AIVI IsSS LABOUR,
QUA LLT SAFE AND LESS EXPENSIVE
thau KtttUSliE, admirably adapted for tue
Lighting of Streets and Public Buildings,
PRIVATE PARLORS, &c, Call and examine
Gas Cffcncrsiting Lamps
At tho Lock and Gun Shop, Ns. 44 Fort St.
o29 2m J. NEILL.
IMPORTERS OF .
YANKEE NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS,
White Goods, Perfumery, Pocket Cutlery,
HOSIERY, ZKl'UYR WOOL, 4.0., ic.
HAVING RESIDENT BUYERS IN TIIE
East and in Euroe, and beine in direct communication
with the manufactures, we are enabled to get Goods on the
Drat terms and to sell accordingly.
Our Stock is the Largest on the Pacific
Coast, and we Invite the
Especial attention of Flonolnla Merchants
to an examination of the same.
Particular attention given to Orders.
TOBIN, DIXON & DAYISSON,
Cmer Sutter it Sansome Streets, -o?9
iaa Franciaes, Cala
(PER MAIL STEAMER)
At Cheapest li n t o h -
D. NICHOLSON & CO.,
Silk, Woolen & Manchester Warehousemen
(Wholesale and Retail) ' '
India, Colonial and Foreign Outfitters,
SO TO 32 ST. PAUL'S CHURCHYARD.
((xnnerof Clteapside.) London.
INVITE TIIE ATTENTION OF FAMILIES
JL residing abroad, to their Illustrated 120 page catalogue,
containing full particulars as to Woolen, Silk and Cotton Goods
LadieV Clothing;, Linens, Hosiery, Glevts,
K1DD4UM, iiaberdnshery, Jewellery, &.c.
Contractors for Military and Police Accoutrements.
uousenoia f urniture, Musianl Instruments, Ironmongery,
Fire arms, Agricultural Implements, Cutlery, Carriages,
Saddlery and Harness, Boots and Shoes, Wines,
' Ales, IJeers, I-reserved Provisions, ttatioMry, .',
Books, Toys, tc, fcc.
ShUpel at Lowest Export Prices.
8ole Agents for the War ier" and the Britannia" 8c wing
mscnines or int v;ny or loiiaon.
Foreign Produce disposed of for a Commission of 21 per cent.
rim ui pun irec
D. NICHOLSON k Co.,
SO, 5 1 and 52 8t. Paul's Churchyard. London.
TERMS -.Not les than 50 percent, to accompany Indents
smi uainnce srainst mi is or LAG log. o2t Oat
NEW GROCERIES FROM SAN FRANCISCO
PER . .,. .
MOSES TAYLOR !
ASES CALIFORNIA SMOKED HAMS.
ases California Smoked Bacon, streaky i
Cues California Eoaoked Beef,
,. Case Cream Cheese.
Pacific Cod Fisli, Vtw c
California Lard In ft and 10 lb. Una.
Ilalf Boxes Layer Raisins,
Quarter Boxes Layer Raisins,
Ksgs California Dried Applet,
Cases Assorted Table Friilts !
Cases Assorted Preserved Meats, -
Quarter Boxes Saloon Bread,
Tins Assorted Crackers,''
Golden Gate Family Flour, qr. sacks.
Golden Gate Baker's Extra Flour, quarter sacks.
Cases California Onions,
Cases California Turnips, - - -
" Bags CalirornU Potatoes, ' ' '"
Bags California Oats, - - . . . .
Bags O round Barley,
Bags California Bran,
Cases Frosh California Apples.
FOR SALE LOW AT " "'
"23 St. II. E. Mel NT Y BE fc BROS.
North Pacific Transportation Company
San Francisco and Honolulu Kou(Pl
The Company Spleadid A I Klemusi,!
U. S. FLOYD. - - COMMA Muck,
VIII Leave Sail Franc Iro.
On or about Nor. mber i2lh
Will Leave Honolulu,
On or about. NovimW, 24
Cargo for San Francisco will be received at all ti, .
Steamer's Warehouse and receipts for the n,c KiV(.n . "
undersigned. No charge for Storage or Cartage. ' u
Fire risks in Warehouse not taken by the Company.
Insurance guaranteed st lower rates than by aailii,K
Particulsr care taken of shipments of F ruit. "
XT Shipments from Euroj and the United Histr, IntndM
for these lsUnds, will le received by the Company ii.s 4 ir
Cisco, if consigned to them, and be forwardi-d by tlit-ir8teuiMl
to Honoluluj'ree of charye, except actual outby. 71
(tor Pasxengers are requested to take their Tickets U-fm-i.
o'clock on the date of sailing, and to procure their I'swu.,,
All Bills against the Stesmer must be prew-ut,,! '.(,',
o'clock on the day of sailing, or they will have to Uy overLi
the return of the btesmer for settlement.
P8 3m U. HACKFELD & CO., AWllU.
To Australia and New Zealand
ttCjsK The Calirorula, Nrw ZeuM
VVrlASS",,d AM-lrallaM Mi I.U,
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS
V ww vri.is;i 1
1,450 Tows J. Stewart, lMr,f
CITY ol METdBOUKXE,
1,200 Toua T. Grainger, t'sra'r
Will run regularly Itet ween Honolulu and the Hl,vrp,,.
connecting at Honolulu with the North Pacinc Trmn.)ljrUu.
HojioLiTLu wiM.iAM I,, in:;?
AUCKLAND CRUICKSH A N K, f.M A KT .
Syonky ........................ II. li. HALL, I!. H, Cobioi
PORTJLAiI, OK KG OA',
T11K FAST SAILING IIAUKENTIXK
JANE A. FALKINBURG
WM. CAT II C A R.T, MASTER,
For Freight or Passage, having Superior AcconjiiiulutiwH.
Cabin Passengers, apply to
CAETLK & COOKK, A genu,
Sydney :tiid Melbourne,
LI V UK A, FIJI ISLANDS.
jpx TIIK A 1 BRITISH
M Bark .ISTISrA,
J. A. THOMPSON, Commander.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the ubove jr(i
For Freight or Passage, apply to
o2S 2t II. IIACKPELt) 4 Ci
TUB A 1 HAWAIIAN CLIPPER HAKE
Tt. C. "W YLIIJ
II. JJALTKRMANN, Commander.
Will Siil for the above Twt with DIijhjU
For Frvght or Passage, apply to
II. IIACKFKLD k C
Ilsiwsiiisiii I;icUct MAn
AAffc TIIK A I CLIPPKR BARK
vD. C. MURRAY
Will l due on or about the l(Kb of October, and will ail
the atmve port
On or about the 20th of October.
For freight or passage, having soM-rir aoooiniiiuliklHiM
cabin and steerage passengers, apply to
08 WALK Ml At ALLKN, AniJ
THE AMERICAN CLIPPER BARK
3VE 313 T !"
Will le laid on the route uhoul Oct. 20, tu
with JJisjxdch for San I-Yauvisi.
Freights will be received on the wharf or at tli wsr-h
the undersigned. Liberal advsnccs tusde on merd.sn.llr
o8 C. BREWER fc Co., Antai
sT ! ,'"4'T.'I - Mini it!
mm sj ww asv F'c9 Bis.
FJ EW BED FORD
The follovina Vessels will Li-ave this Full!
T S T . a -fv-r T I
J- KS JUt stX JJN JL i
ROKKS - - . . . - . . MASTER
FOLLOWKD BY TI1R AMERICAS I "be
CLIPPER SHIP CEYL0i
WOODS ..... ... MASTER
FOLLOWED BY THE AMERICA
CLIPPER BARK II ABO
B WW A ru m-mr ww m . -1 1? ' i
C. BREWER fc CO., Agents,
THE HAWAIIAN WHALING
382 51-95 Tons Register, 4 Yean
ALSO, HAWAIIAN WHALING BARK
COUNT BIS MA
avo od-iia a on ueguier, a i ersv-f
Both vessels are built of oak, rats Al, are well found
Whaling Gear, Ao., and ars offered ft sals wftb or oltbo-T
flts, on their return from tbs Arctic Oo-an. f
M A A K m. . . 111
Sim. . Apply to H. HACKFELD lv
ucguiar racket lor uanaiei, n
TUB CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will Sail aa a llerpdar Tacket as abovt.
for Freight or passaga apply to , . . e
ol 8m WALKER
' T iv ifr r.iclf o
Will ran as a Regular Packet to the above port. f" j
or Passags applv to . .t
728 tim WALKER fc ALLE. rj
Ice Cream Salo
CONFECTIONEKY . ESTilBLIsnfl
18 KINO STREKT.JI
PRIVATE FAMIW"0 f
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CE Constantly on n1
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