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SATURDA Y, MA Y 20.
Our columns are opeo to all contributor, writing on mailer
of general Interest, and avoiding personalities ; but we do out,
by admitting correspondence, endorse the views expressed.
r RID AT. MAY 1. 1ST!
a , k. na ckuft to note in buaiaew circle since our
T.'.a to days sale at auction by Bartow, (TtfcsCay and
Vt.oesday) of balance of cargoes, was well attended, and
r-wxla went at Iilr prices.
t 'TWemfTrm fan Frar-"seo are to the 6lh Inst. Tiers was
n. T-lrriaJ change i.: Land produce. Sugars (Hawaiian)
w. - (.untet at al'.r, me latter tr choice grades.
, Uu 20c t,r l. -aiian, and dulL
i klPra-f uoioir:.;. lc to 9c with limited demand.
. fcrenn arrivals fcr tbe week have been 14th, American
t - up Air io. 7 .. ys and 18 boars from San Francisco,
i jf -J frht .c . -!ed, aiiJ sailed fcr Auckland on the
IT , t--r a 4 tension i. twenty hours; 15th. British ship
Si .'. Ir-m ij inrr, " S VV., with coal, will proceed to
, l,;u.0 on-W f.harter, after discharging; American j
w k bsrs Emtly jj.tjsmi, irvra cruise; ioiu, Aiucrrcou
Kmrvpi '!tf cruise.
V . .iejArures hure i ..n, on the 16th, Haw'n bark Quern
E . Pr K Fw-cttc; 18th, Emit Morgan, tut the
A- ' i issh- a Ce4r, for Livuka, Fiji.
' . cbterV r. The amount of money found by Cot.
- i to h-s due fr ti ll.e ship-owners of this district to the
. ---nt as w.s or drting seamen is $2,170 'ii, but
in .. - vx fi; ittM have claims in strt-ofT, consisting of
IV .pe tf !ii; P:."-t men to take deserters' places, and
tt '- r ll.Tfi. .f Ut paid for such new men, sufficient
l , ( if.-; r-t In- These claims will doubtless be con-
,' tv O ?rmrt before payment is enforced. H.
h ' Jdard.
I i IfiiTTiM The importations of sperm and
w-. -U and b-e b-tir into thi port. New London and New
V- t Is (.t wk gr?aie 1,449 barrels sperm oil, 21,(w6
ti b!e "L tJ 123.605 rounds whale bone, and from
Ji -j it ft.aei trfi jpenn oil, 32,525 barrels whale oil, I tion of these Qualities in others
Lectures and Lecturers.
It id Dot true, that the public of Honolulu are
an uncultivated 6et ; that they have as a maw, no
literary taste or talent theme-lves, and therefore,
are unable to appreciate it exhibition in others ;
nor jet that they are to opinionated an to their
own knowledge that they will not deign to listen
or learn when opportunity offers. The reverse of
all this is true, an we who claim to know the
public of Honolulu passing well, beg to assure
inquiring strangers among os, who, forming their
judgment from appearances, bring the above
enumerated charges against us. In proportion
to population and wealth, we have a fair amount
of general education and learning, literary taste
and ability, and liberal, open-minded apprecia-
In no other
rented in French affairs, and that is that the
nation is yet incapable of establishing a perma
nent republic. Neither the Bourbon nor Or
leanist dynasties have any show to succeed to the
government, and the restoration of the Empire
now seems to be acknowledged, by calm and dis
interested observers throughout Europe, to be
the coming event. By granting to the large
cities the right to elect their own municipal
officers, and re-establishing the Empire, with
Eugenie as Regent, order may lie restored out of
chaos, and the French nation iu:iy yet recognize
that " L'Empire. e'est la pais." o much for
the bituation in France.
From England and the United States comes
the agreeable announcement that the unpleasant
shadow of ttie Alabama claims, that bas so long
letter from Oregon.
We insert with Measure the following interesting
letter from a newjand unknown correspondent in
Oregon. Our cornuercial relations with that great
and rich State are already large and increasing, and
we hope to hear oflej from our Portland friend.
POETLAND, OBEGOS, U. S. A. ?
April 18tb, 187J.
Messes. Eojtors To-day, for the first time, in
all my fifty-five yes experience, I saw and read
your excellent papel. the P. C. AnvEBTisEE, dated
Honolulu, 'Hawailtij Islands, February 11, 1871;
which, to me, was lot only a rtVA rarity, but a fat
ftast ; as I have foriterly so often heurd of, arid read
about theS indwich Hands, but never seen anythmg
direct from there ; to, not even so much as a news
paper ; therefore, I o,unt it a great curiosity.
Being a native Central New Yorker, although
darkened the relations between the two great j having resided at ijt. Catherines, Canada, twelve
English speaking nations of the world, is now j miles from Niagara Iklls, for the most part, for some
undoubtedly to be removed, and they are to be ' forty-five years ; tw) years ago, I adventured out
on better and more friendly terms with each I here to Oregon, aid after circulating some two
tor '. ssnj-. prri' d anm?rtd to 5,iw barrel sperm oil, ii,t6 j Community is u new candidate for public favor
b.-.r- Uie1l. an 1 22li pound whale bone. The ai.pa- m,.. A r.. !.. .
r- .. . oideh larger wr"-ation this seaaoo over but is owing i WU'"-UU"J "'"";u "l "u'c ,a"v
W w rsMtn ! . j v AJ " IC1UIU1 Ttaagia, j , U Ittt O ,
New TJr.Itor! Oil Miarbrt.
Cortlnj's in 6ur ivquest, and sales were made of
1. r-. at 1 3') per r Ulon aud 150 ditto, inferior QualitT.
. r '
at 1'iini lor manufacture.
t l!s te?n in good demand with sales of 1.0U0 bar-
rioc-a in parcel a: 60 cent, 50 ditto Inferior Northern j
cised, when possessing even moderate claims to
excellence. Why then, it is asked, finally and
triumphantly, if your public is all this that you
assert, are the readings and lectures of the Y. M.
C. A. generally so slimly attended? We are
dmo iiLai;.tm.c at 58 cenu per gallon, ail for inanu- I reduced to but one answer general indolence.
i a ft. . i i . i i 1 1
v .. ilk BO.-.E.-O.K. were made la wrek in New York of ulccr UJ"Jr saw to w.e contrary, we noia
Y- smmii paxort-of Arctic none, 2,ooo to 3,ooo pound, at j that experience has proved the Anglo-Saxon to
c . is, goid, per pound. Af. B. Standard, April 27th. , ., , , . ..
i hare sensibly deteriorated in one important char-
j acteristic, that of active energy, by being trans
planted to a tropical clime.
The lecture on Thursday evening, by the Hon.
Alfred S. Hartweil, drew forth an unusually
large audience, for this city, altlibugb the capa
cious Hall could have held many more. The
I lecturer and the subject Public Sentiment "
other than ever before. The Joint High Com
missioners have concluded their labors, and re
ferred to their respective governments for ap
proval the basis of a final settlement of all
matters in dispute, the Alabama claims ; the
j right of Americans to fish on Canadian grounds
by paying for the same ; the free navigation of
the St. Lawrence River ; the recognition of just
claims of British subjects for losses during the
late civil war ; and last, ana least in actual im
portance, the settlement of the San Juan boun
dary. It is almost certain that the report will
months through theiHlliamette valley, I have finally
anchored down hen, in this rising city of Portland,
one hundred miles inland, from the mouth of the
Columbia River, oi Astoria.
Oregon, although one of the newest, is one of the
best States, in my humble opinion, for grain and
grass, for fruits aod flowers, for fish and firs ; yes,
and for men of means, as well as those of no means
at all, to start in on. -lere. capital may be safely
and profitably invested. Ilere, the Government
gives every head of a ftmily 160 acres of land as a
homestead. Here, woik is abundant, and wages
bih. Here, crons ne'er fail from drousrht. as in
?OHT OP HONOLULU, H. I.
May 13 ?chr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Maui.
14 rtchr Warwick, John Bull, from Moiokai
14 Schr Manuokawai, Thompson, from Maui.
14 Schr Isabella, Dudoit, from Maui.
14 Am stinr Nebraska, J Harding, 7 days, 18 hours !
2 i- :
IS Brit shin Hiam II Kin!r;-k Jl Tmm
castle, n. s. w. ' i lor once brought together a larse assembhure of
is Schr Waioia, Adams, from Maul. ! our citizens, together with a fair sprinkling of
IZ'l 1?a oLkI Th j 'tlr, from "uhte to i ladies. The lecture itself was all that was ant c-
asv uuis my suvj bJ I'UiS WU.
I. ,4 a... U- vl.. i . r J it.. I
ue agrecu iu uy luc American oenate aim me California. And here too, a new beginner may
British Parliament, and vhat henceforth the only , commence the voyage f life, with fair prospects of
rivalry between the two nations will be the no- j 8Ure success.
ble, honest and beneficent one, as to which can f Emigration has alreadj set in Oregonian wards,
most help to lorward the progress of civilization j The Oriflamme, f.ora &n Francisco, landed here
and liberty th roughout the world. ' last night, some 350 passengers, and every such
- weekly steamer, now brings many persons from the
The Crittenden Murder Trial. j East, who intend to settle down here permanently.
Th trial of Laura DTTair for the murder of The P8 winter here hm beea er mild' but
Alexander P. Crittenden, which, after occupying rainy of the last six months, I think I can truth-twenty-six
days, was brought to a conclusion on lully Bay that ie has rained during four of them,
the 26tb of last month, was one of the most remark- continuously and incessantly, but now, the "rain
17 Schr Prince, Howard, from Hawaii.
17 cbrM.l Fellow, Makabi, from Hawaii.
17 Schr Active, Mellish, from Hawaii.
18 Schr Mary Ellen, Davis, from Maul.
IS Schr Fairy Uuceo, Kaaina, from Kauai.
19 Schr Keoni Ana, from Kauai.
19 Schr I.uka, Kaai,from Hawaii.
M Schr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Maui.
20 r-cbr Ka Moi, YVeatherbie, from Maui.
M Schr Jenny, Lambert, from Kauai.
13 Schr Jenny. Lambert, for Kauai.
! Schr Pauabi, Uallastirr. for Moiokai.
15 Schr Warwick, John Bull, for Moiokai.
15 Schr Nettie Merrill. Crane, for Maui.
15 echr Ka Moi, Weatberbie. for Maui.
! Schr Waiola. Adams, for Maul.
1 Schr Hokulele, Booth, for Maul.
1 hr Isabella, Dudoit, for Maui
IS Am wh bk Emily Morgan, Dexlcr, to cruise.
18 Brit schr Cambria, Meidrum, for Fiji Is.
19 Schr Active. Mellish, lor Hawaii.
1 S:hr Mary Ellen, Davis, for Maui.
19 Schr Odd Fellow, Makabi, for Hawaii.
able that has occurred in the history of criraiual ; is past, and tbe time of the singing of the birds is
jurisprudence for many years. A brief statement i come," and the flowers and fields are both blooming
of the facts will be of interest to put du recoid and green.
here, as found in the Alta or the 6th inst : j Trade and commerce here in the winter, are
" In the year 1863, Alexander Parker Crittenden, j usually dull ; but the balance of the year are both
about fifty years of age, one of California's most j brisk and bright. Wt predict a good season for
gifted and prominent lawyers, went 'to Virginia City, , basineM of all kind t(j;3 of our 187l.
Nevada, and soon after was eugugeJ in a most lucra-: ,. .T , J
tive practice, being the attorney in mining suits ' The orthern Pacifio Railroad Company have laid
which involved hundreds of thousands of dollars. He out tueir town on the Columbia River, some fifty
went there with his wife and family, but after being ' miles below this, and named it " Kalania ," an Indian
there a short time he formed the acquaintance of Mrs. I name, signifying Goose-town ;" not " a beautiful
i Laura D. lair, who kept a public house. She is a! .,
i woman thirty-four years of age, at one time was ; maiden. as of tm assert ; and have corn
beautiful and fascinating, and has been married four ; meuced their work on this west end of their trans-
i only be lightly touched upon m a single lecture, j times. The acquaintance between Mr. Crittenden and i continental railroad, having already finished some
, iUra. r uir npeueu iuiu a bii hi intimacy wuicu was 6U0 miie3 of the east en(J from pulutn. Then, when
! kept up for a series of years. Mrs. Fair gave up her j , ,- -, i ,
j house, and Critteoden became so iufatuattd with her j he Canadians build the railroad through British
' that he almost worshipped this womau, who is a vile , Territory, across the continent, and the Southern
i pa ted, and showed much research in the appli
cation of the facts of history pertinent to tbe
illustration of the subject in hand. It was
listened to with marked attention and apprecia
tion, and the only fault found was that it was too
bhort, while the general desire was expressed that
j it may hereafter appear in print. In presenting
j a subject of such suggestiveness, the numerous
; points oi view tnat are constantly arising can
melted into thin air as a thing of nothing, whilst the
game is to be played over again in Waimea next
Litti else noteworthy occurred during the session.
The U'ual average of
ADULTERIES AND CONSEQUENT PEEJCBIES,
Flavored with a dash of okolehao. Let men think
as they like of these periodical displays, they are
disagreeable, and perhaps the less said of them the
better. It is admitted (except by the Gazette) that
we are behind the times, and in the cause of Pro
gress and Social Science, our law givers seem in
clined to tarry at Jericho until their beards be
grown. In the far future possibly, these islands may
give birth to statesmen willing to acknowledge our
true position in the ereat civilized world, and
not be above learning something from the rest of it.
From the opening of our assizes until the last con
cluding ceremony and fall of the curtain, the Court
house was daily filled with
BONE AND MUSCLE OUT OF EMPLOYMENT
Apparently, and day after day the same robust
figures appeared on the forms and seats, and the
same noisome, hawking and spittiug, scraping of
feet and tramping in and out of clumsy high-heeled
boots had to be endured, whilst weeds grow rank in
the cane fields, and the cry goes forth that our work
ing population is dying out. The law is too much a
favored institution with the natives, especially among
the idlers and drones, and next to having a case in
hand, is the lazy felicity of listening to one. Were
all the native loafers and many of the lawyers,
school-masters and parsons pat to manual labor,
what a property they might create !
Yours truly, ?
As showing what women can do. it is stated that'
Mrs. llenry. a popular preacher in Missouri, acts as
pastor, does the singing for tbe congregation,
preaches three times a week, looks after the morals
of the members, and takes care of six little child
ren. This is a record of a busy life.
It is stated that thi General Grand Chapter R.
A. M. of the United States will dissolve at the con
clusion of its next tiiennial session, to be held at
Baltimore next Septe.mber. It is looked upon as a
mutual admiration society, of no u in the world
NOTICE:-Members) of the tLp.ilon Zria
Society, will assemble at their usual place of meeting, on
SATl'RDAY, JL'NE 17th, at Seven OVork. P. M.
my20 4t - l'er Order of the F. F. T.
: ' lost!
OX THE ROADS BETIVEESTHB FRENCH
Consul's residence. Nunstin Avenue ind Dr. liillf tirand's
Cottape at Waikiki, a Quire of Paper (called Nolia'' paper)
containing the Ktitorin!s clipped from the Honolulu news
papers during th year 1370,
A Reward of S5.00 will be Given.
by leaving it at Mr. F. A. SCHAEFEK'S Counting-room.
TO LET OR LEASE ! "
THOSE VERT DESIRABLE
VKKMIShS on the Plains knotru an L LI'- l.f
LA XI, st prrs-i)t occupied l.y Sir. S. 11.
Dole. The lwel!ing Iloune consists of a large t'nr-
Dining Itoom, Three lied '. wni ami Puntry ; there 1
Insure Your Lif
AL LIFE INSUHANC
THE OLDEST MUTUAL LIFE COMPANY
XJ JSTITED STATUES.
THE LARGEST AND STRONGEST IN THE WC
CAPITAL OVER FORTY-FIFE EHLIION HUB
POLICIES IVOiV-FOBFJGITABsLE and EXE)'
R. HELEN, SPECIAL AGENT, .
IVo. 13 fCnaluiiiiaiiuStrccf, Khodc' Iluil
Refers, by Permission, to
Ilia Ex. Henry A. Pelrce, I Me"r'' C R hmp 4c V:, Bankrt,
Resident Minister of United States of America. A J Crf vrrlght. Ess,.,
myl3 Jm S. Wlkr Esq. and others, Honolulu.
IN BOM) OK DUTl' PAID I
R EV ERA Id ASSORTMENT OK SlWs
i uuu inib me teciureruiu in a etvie oi rapia epito-
iirHaVbe that fixed the attention of his hcarem.
sT Hf . t 1 .
te cannot unuertaice to give anything like a
report of the lecture. The principal point that
was impressed however, was that in a sound
public sentiment alone cormints the safety of a
i people, and the lecture concluded with iiiiprets
f ively declaring the need of tbe cultivation ol such
a sentiment in this community.
creature, and who reaped out of him au extensive Pacific folks complete theirs, all of which will be
fortune, having at the present time about $ 40,000. ' j accomplished in ten years time, these four highways,
Several years afterwards Crittenden returned to j . , ., , . ...
this city, resumed his practice, which was extensive, j bywas. nd railways, from ocean to ocean, will
being the attorney for the Ii:nk of California, Sin I stimulate trade and travel, corn aud commerce, so
Jose Railroad Company, insurance ami other large j much, so that you islanders will sensibly feel the
c rporatious. iiis.mimacy coniinueu wiuiine woman, pecuniary shock of these railwnv earthnuakes. een
" 1 '
also, on the land a Cottage contMiuiuit two rooms, detached
Kitchen. Servant's House. Stiilie!i, 4-c. , 6e., with a well of
(rood water. Possession tiveu on the Irstof July next. For
further particulars, apply to
my-O 4t JAMES S. LEMON.
t or tale ly
B0LLE3 k CO.
HEMP AND FLAX CANVAS !
or duty paid.
for sale by - BOLLKa m CO.
bT es t
1 assorted Numbers, in bond or duty paid
THE DAOSTLESS HEREBY CHAL
Li.N(iKS any of the Yachts tliat lti-ly sailed or
the Cup that was woo by the Kulamanu, and will
rce them to Coco or liiamond lleail the boats to
le measured according to tieir tonnsge, for allowance of lime.
The prise to be a UN K SILYKK CL P, (better than the Inst).
It For particulars, apply to I'll A3. LONG.
who made trips to the East in 18t37-6lJ. While they
were apart, the parties corresponded with each other
daily. Crittenuen s family went iist m loGJ, aud
at Honolulu, agreeably.
The " Williamette Lock Company," having re-
were summoned to return to the city by the death of ceived a State subsidy of some 200,000, are push
a brother of Mrs. Crittenden's They arrived on the ' , .k,,;. .i v..:i.i: ,
A correspondent, whose communication is en- J a orotner oi ,irs. iriuenuen s iiiey arnvea on tne ; ; ai,eaj their works, and now buildinz the canal
ureiy too long lor ourcolumns, takes a more LaJ Lar(J, taken hLs geat his ;ife 0Q tLe j and locks around the Williamette Falls, at Oregon
ferry-boat when he was shot down
assassin As can well be irli-ijrinecl
sternation was created on the boat.
THE CARA BELL!
The Challenge of the Dauntless !
A NO WILL SA IL. HER TO DIA
MOND OR COCO HEAD,
For a Silver Top (brtter than the last),
The following vessels had arrived at New Bedford from IIo-
tioJuiu? April eth Onward, hence November 2il ; 10th
lo.ani, December 6th; 11th Sea Breeze, November 24th j
1 is. sf tm-L. . .A Kl - TV s M.i . .
y;;; rv.L J; .- '"r L lr . lU iODS Ior our coiuffi iaKe8 a luore had hardlv taken hia seat alo2side his wife on the ! anJ lw8 aroun1 tho Williamette Falls, at Oregon The io.iu, Boat to Hy for h. Cap ,l , K.
" ' eeriOUS View Of the OUCt,t on t.F small ehniKrp" ,.. u."i... i. i.... .i.... i... i..,, I r.;tv wlnr-S will mL- n Br.lnA;.t , prnar-.j or will Fax lor lou to JUO. The Kace to take
X-UlCailJomuM, December Blht Marenao December 14th- ' . 1 - - ici ijr-uu.ii, nui-u uc nna ouuv uuwu i.jr iuc u.mu ui an -j .... .-vci , auu place within ten days from date.
Aurora, November 22d At Edirrtown Anrii "ii : ,n oramary business transactions in this cominu- I assassin As can well be imagined, the greatest con- ; make a second Lowell, or Manchester, or Birmiug- ! Honolulu. May 20th, lan. my20
van, b-c November , 84th-New Won, Acor, Bam., nity, than that set forth by our humorous currcs- j lWT?:r wr creuieu oa ,0,lu A"e- V, m i ; ham town there-in th orse of human events I
h. rwmh. l.i a i. i . i fired the shot was a woman who was thickly veiled, i
-7-!? w.-. . ! PDdeDt Wr0te the CLaPter on Realty." and almost instantly disappeared in the crowd. Ai 7 heve.
. ..j, laescuooner Margaret crock- , Thrrfl in no rlmif.r. hnt. that CMlmn .J nl. .l.,no.l . ,.f M - I WV. in Oromn nrol ori,lo t-.i.i
, vwv wmw w w si a J c-s.-ixi VI UlUail I " i . vw am uut,va ajw vras ij nt&. vv ut,u c uuu vi . - - 9 a-" ivuiisi ijf uci C 111 X Ul b'ttUU
Change, owing to the fact that we have no cur- I ""enuen, wnue searcning wun a ponce omcer are a mixed multitude, composed of almost all-known
inrouu tne ooat ior tno woman, louna iirs. ir ! ,,.-:. . . , . ,
unveiled. lie pointed her out. " ' "uciWunruS, ou mis
is the woman who murdered my ! 8iae a3 weil as oa lUe other 81de of the Atlantic too.
N.tlee f Mariaers. the seller, but the balance is in favor of the latter. wtner; ne rose ana replied, l es l aid ; t aon t . e are a go-aneaa people," as you very well know,
C4r Seassii. JAPss.-Official informs.mn h.. h. ! . f;m ,. .. ,t j tu. a, i oeriy it. &he was tnen taken to tne city aud lodged and a8 to news, when we -., :n
rxved. throueh the Denartment nf Hiai- th W,nw . . " "a " . . ..M.1' !.?,' i L1 " s "T .' . : , "T. 77 1 ninju6a, we cau .iway8 pick up local news enough I
niicicuT ujj mmio auii jiHiuuii uuaiiuo v liiuii ! uia uumc uuu ciuucu in ion v-eiiriiL uuuia iruiii toe ;
atd, which was reported totally lost at Coos Bay, has arrived
ner waterlogged, wit boat masts, and crew utterly exhausted,
. ... . . . ... . ... I MIIOU"U tllC UJH L 11.
tlf no place to sleep or cook. This crew was put on board . rency of our own, is a system ol petty swindling. ! geatetf in the c ibin
LT, V., tJ briS U"?erian nd wiU enmted ; True, the loss falls alternately on the buyer nnd I remarking, This is
rilRKK-FIFTIls or THE WHOLE
of the well-known
YACHT CARA BELL!
WK HAVE A U EG II. A It SUPPLY FROM
the eelrbrated ?anta Crus Lime Kilns, which enables
us to sell at the lowest rates.
jsiS B0LLK8 CO.
IE0N STOCK ANCHORS,
C?IZKS, FRO M lOO LBS. TO 4,000 L.BS..
k!7 in boi.d or duty puid. For sale by
HEMP AND COTTON SAIL TWINE !
OK SALK UY
B0LLES h CO.
TAR AND PITCH !
AMERICAN AND STOCKHOLM. IN
barrels and half barrels. For sale by
ja28 B0LLE3 CO.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OP
GROCERIES & SHIP STORES
Always on Hand !
X Nl WILL BE SOLO AT THE LOWEST
1. Prices, by
PINE BARRELS AND SHQ
IJOR MOLASSES CONTA INEKM
' aU for Rale bjr C. bK.fc.Wti
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A STNOI'SIS OP HAWAIIAN ORaV
By W. I). AL(XAMIk.a, Isle President of Oil
fcWwond edition, revised and enlarged. Price 1
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A. Bihbop. Recond edition, revised aix.j
Prlcr 15 ( ran.
New editions of these valuable and indlsx-nii
books have teen Issued, and will be ready lor nth, .
week. No person who hsl otrcssloii Uconvr.
waiiaus, should be williont one or bolh of these pulf
A few copies of !
ANDRKW8 HAWAIIAN OKAMMAR, and it,
niC'l'IOMAUY.ou Hand and or Bale. ' '
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Government of Japan " has issued, by order of the ,
M Ui.i rof the Interior, tbe following notice at Vokobama, i : .,,f r'..f .i.., wound he received in the riirht breast, the bull nass- Here
aiU 1 ehruary 3d, 18ls . . . r r mir thmuirh the rio-ht nml left luniTa. both aur c.les of fust il
, O 0 C7 U
Notice is hereby Riven, that on and after March 1st, 1871. a j retained, with a view to cettinj; them out of cir-
For some reaton which is not apparent,
here at home to
RTRWnP fo. fru- n&nnrane
f HONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
f . h . r liirhr rf ,hj u-nnrl trttT will hj . T h iii lwl ftr ntifhr
fioi sunset to sunrise, from Cape &-gami (Tsorugisaki,) situ- dilation
TiH light will be shown from a .tone tower, 25 feet high to thia wholesome rule has been abrogated, and the
the citre of the Untern; it total elevation above the level if 0ld r;ala arj(l quarters, which for a time had
the m being 110 feet, and its range of visibility from a vea- i '
i t d.-ck, ieT nautical miiea. it will show bright flash : measurably disappeared and been succeeded by
Tr.f.'i?JI?2?nTi t ana t .v. v : r r i the dime and half-dime, are now ucain rmitn
27 K mund to a 7 w, n the ward direction. ! Tunr:ri Tlmpa r ,l.,li ..., i Jhe prisoner was defeuded l.y Lhsha took, an able
a r-j ray of 16 degrees will be inserted between the bearings i ' ;v r"! "' i lawyer, and Leander Quint. After t vo days labor a
i Ur ill .r III. rlrmniilh W.jl. . im n n.l n n .nAl.A I ... I n . . . l ( 1 1 1 . . . 1 mi.
jury wns empanni'iieu to try tne cause, ineciise wns
hotly contested at evejry step, the Court rooms being
of Or-jenwich. ,.!. .1 t i a: i 1 i i
nucu lucy gci uuijr a. uiuic ur u iiui uaciv wucll a
DRAW BILLS OK KYHIlANdK HM
satisfy any one, even tbe most 1 T,ie Bank of Caiiforni sn Fe..
such as divorces, robberies, murders Messrs. Lees & Wuiu-r New York
the heart, and lodizintr between the eie-hth and ninth ; j I fremont Rational Kauk. Boston
, r, 1-7 " OCUUUIIUUM. lUUillrUVD UUU I Jill W 11 vs.
V.Ko Tm V.t u,.iU ;n.Kr.tml K, wKa fl.t. T..v,r f. .
the crime of murder and brouht to trial in the Fif- i' $S0W' MeSSrS- 0' J sert this m
teenth District .Court, Hon. b. 11. Dwinelle presiding.
! on the 1st of ApriL The case was prosecuted by the
two best criminal liwyers of the State, District At
torney llenry II. Byrne, and Alexander Campbell.
your ery excellent paper, send me a copy of the
same, and with it, I will send you another and a
better article next time, in the meantime, I would
say ' Fare-ye-well, 0. S. P.
of n 27 E and N 43 E, whtch wui cover the Plymouth Rocks. poor, and have to make a little money so a ereat
All lyvirlnrs are true. , r . Job
(Una See ami lies in 35 03 north latitude, and is 139 42 east i way. lo such it is a matter of some consequence
quarter is tendered to pay for a dime's worth.
f.;"n'ew"caiZV.8. w:-pergialn7ii7l5thTl I And many articIe8 of everJr consumption are
81 4 toos Coal to H tiackfeld fc Co.
Foa AicatABD ikd Stdet Per Nebraska, May 15th :
Hiitrrs, es. ........ .... 60; Samples, case......... 1
.N ituri History, case.. )Sugar, lbs. 80,726
Vilue Domestic. .S4.4S8 t4 ; Foreign $242 75.
1(2 At through freight from San Francisco Value. . f 2311 18.
Fob Sam Fbascisco Per Queen Emma, May 15th :
P.r. i, bochs. ....... 60, Molasses, galls 0,972
Curi'isities, case. ...... l;rugar. Its....... 720,Ktf
Vftiue Domestic. $41,120 91 ; Foreign $50.
Fob Fiji Islahds Per Cambria, May 18th :
BiAMin Material, pkgs. Sugar, lbs 333
Bricks... ljOOGiUnsp-cifled Mdse, pkgs. 8
Gru"--r:ps, pkgs.. 11 1 And stores.
V'ae Domestic. .$199 98; Foreign $1.010 08..
i sold at too high rates because there is no really
i v., n .u... i.i .i. :t i . i j
j uuoco, duiui i viiauv. vuum 1.111; i itii uuu U1U
I quarter be entirely banished from our circulation,
and a plenty of half-dimes, and three cent pieces
be had, things would eoon come to a just level,
and both convenience and economy be accom
plished. The News.
letter from IXtxvvn.lI.
Fob 3a Fbascibco Per Queen Emma, May 16th Mrs
G n Kromes and S children, Capt Bates, Joseph Thompson.
Fob Accklakd aud Stduby Per Nebraska, May 15th
R l.iu k aod wife, 8 Mason, and 33 from San Francisco 36.
Fin New Castlb, N. S. W Per Siam, May 15ih Mrs
Slary Cordy, Miss C E Cordy. A M Cordy, M R Cordy, Walter
Cor i'y. Jno J Cordy, Edward E Cordy, Capt Too Bates 8.
Fob Fiji Islands Per Cambria, May 18th ChasWooley, j
as iiumpnreys z.
IIllo 13oarllnt7 Wcliool.
Tbe annual examination of the Hilo Boarding
School for boys, took place on the 4th and 6th inst.
TLe examining Committee have kindly furnished as
with a copy of their report, as follows :
Tula school has been in operation for thirty-five
years. It has been attended by about eight hundred
pupils, the young sons of Hawaii. Its present num
ber of scholars Is eixtj-cigliL. From Its first organ
u&tkn until the present time, it has been under the
care of its present principal, Rer. 1). B. Lyman. It
is a manual labor echool, and in this way, it is to
time extent, felf-eapporting.
We consider it to have been con ducted wisely, and
with f reat economy, energy and patience, and its
venerable principal, with his excellent wife, deserve
much respect for their fidelity and success in the
daw of Hawaiian education.
The lamination on the 4th and 6th of May, was
crediui.le both to teachers and pupils. The exer
cises we.-e reading, writing, punctuation, mental and
writret arithmetic, algebra, elements of geometry,
Bible 2. story, natural theolosrr. moral philosophy.
the Yj i ish language, native and English composi
ti one, t cation, vocal masic, and practice on flutes.
The asses in music, under the charge of Mr.
Joseph riooluhi, acquitted themselves well, as did
also, tLi several clauses in Hawaiian literature, under
the in; "action of Miss E. W. Lyons, Messrs. Napuu-
azo an i Makaimoka. The English classes did as
weil aj could have been expected io view of the
limited time and facilities devoted to this study.
The La<h of the school is good, and this may be
attrihot d in t good degree to tbe regular habits,
the clnnliness, the good ventilation, and especially
to the out-of-door labors, and recreations of the
pci tls. It was remarked by the principal, that the
moral condition of the school was never better than
at In most respects,' its present state is
comparatively satisfactory, and its prospects cheering.
. T. Coak.
j C. H. WmtORK
r - ' ' FAjrK Thompson.
Th earnings of tbe Union Pacific Railroad for
the quarter eodiog March 31, amonnted to $1,353,
?97. end it expenses dnring the same time were
$734 013. Thus the net income was $559,384.
Throughout the civilized world, the present
state of affairs in France, must cause unfeigned
regret. The fair fields about Paris are red with
internecine blaughter ; the commercial, agricul
tural and industrial pursuits of the French peo
ple are trodden under foot; rapine, pillace,
sacrilege and murder are of hourly occurrence ;
the guillotine threatens to erect its bloody front ;
the possession of wealth, culture and refinement
is deemed criminal ; the Christian Sabbath has
been virtually abolished, and in Paris, the god
dess of Reason has supplanted the Eternal God ;
and tbe Communists, in their reckless irresponsi
ble career, bid fair to reproduce the terrible
scenes enacted in the " reign of terror " of '93.
There has been treachery everywhere, and the
betrayers have been the politicians Louis Blanc,
Ledru Rollin, Rochefort, and others of that
class. They have always bitterly opposed any
government. France, under the Empire, was
powerful, happy and prosperous. They it vna
who forced the Emperor into the disastrous war,
with the cry of " down with Prussia," and by
urging the people to a condition of extreme hos
tility against Germany. Upon entering the field
Napoleon found himself betrayed on all sides.
The Regular Army, which numbered 750,000
men on paper, showed not more than half that
number on the field. Somebody bad been re
ceiving pay, food, clothing, etc., for 400,000 men
not to be found when needed. Gunpowder bad
suddenly been converted into an artfully prepared
counterfeit of the indispensable material ; shells
were discovered to be made of wood, covered
with iron paint, and filled with scraps of metal ;
the supplies of arms bad unaccountably failed;
food was furnished in insufficient quantity and of
inferior quality ; clothing was scarcely to be had,
and tbe hospital attendance showed only one sur
geon to every thousand men. Tbe Emperor was
of course defeated, the Empire fell, and tbe
Republic rose upon its ruins, with Gambetta at
its head. Him these same politicians have op
posed, thwarted, betrayed and finally dislodged.
The government at Versailles is recognized as the
government of France. The Communists are
traitors to the recognized government. They
have succeeded in inaugurating 'a sanguinary
civil war, and their habit of treason culminates
in becoming traitors even to their own organiza
tion in Paris. If they could be induced to de
stroy each other, it would indeed be fortunate,
and if tbe Versailles government is strong and
firm in doing its duty to France, it will not hesi
tate to bang every one of these pestilent traitors
to their country. But one opinion can be ar-
crowded to excess by the lending members of the bar, ' . . ' "
0...1 . ,ua w.. ,,-..;... otton.ui L Mr. Editor : Late last night arrived from Hono-
bajvs, a vy iiiu u l o iiuivi ii vui'iu ruu s ogioia svumva
any of our Courts as spectators. The prosecution lulu the schooner Kate, with latest news from you,
made out a clear case, showing conclusively that the twelve days old. If you then of the capital admit
prisoner had for weeks previous made threats that if I bei behind the times, what of the insignificant Us,
Mrs. Crittenden returned to the city, one of them , .... . , ,
must die ; that she purchased a pistol several days j getate moulddy in th.s remote comer of the
prior to the shooting, hired a hackman to take her to j Kingdom ? There is something in tje mere name of
the boat ; that she bad been on the boat a day or ) a steamer, even be that name Kilauea, which stimu
two prior and made enquiries as to the best place to ; lateg expectancy, whilst latterly nobody ventures to
observe passengers coming on the boat after leaving . , anvth;n(, 8ave time
the cars ; in short the prosecution proved that the j exPect &ahiaS, save bed-time,
killing was a willful, premeditated murder." i Apropos of steamers, that was
The defense was an extraordinary one, under ; a pretty little presest
tbe circumstances, though by no means novel I From Washington to Captain Long the other day,
that of insanity. It was claimed that the leve j an heir-loom truly as yu say,
between Crittenden and his murderers was of the I "That must and shall be bun high and aloof
. , . , i , .u . u i -i .1 I Kafe from the wolPs bla-k jaw and the dull ass's hoof."
most devoted character, and that be had in tire 1
most solemn manner, repeatedly promised to j y did the Gazette compress that pleasing incident
desert bis own faithful wife, to whom he had been j with scarcely comment into secondary type, and
m:irrinrl nvr tliirtv vn.irs. and marrv Mrs. Fnir. It make a wall-Hower ol it in nn obscure corner or tnat
was attempted to be proved by two physicians.
that ptu was liable to partial insanity, from a dis-
independent paper? If'ky ? what a set of inno
cents we are to be sure ! How lately were we all, of
ease with which she was afflicted, peculiar to the ! all sorts, kindreds and Jegrees. exchanging con
sex, and the hypothesis was, that this, combined gratulations on the street, that such an occurrence
with the excitement of the disappointment in the j as the Saginaw' late haa given us the chance to
prospect of losiog the object of her love, made her ! show our lion-like great and good friend " and
for the moment frantically insane, and irrexponsi- j ally at Washington and elsewhere, how gracefully
ble for the consequence of her acts. It was proved I and modestly
on the part of tbe prosecution, that the preparations i our little mouse or a government
for the murder, the purchase of the pistol tc. weie i Might be inspired to act upon occasion, whilst the
made in tbe most deliberate manner ; that on that right hand of the constituencies went as naturally to
very day she had made arrangements for investing . its pocket as if the contingent appropriation had al
$40,000 m real estate; had sold a piano, and j ready been called for, so willing, so eager, so proud
transacted other business. It was proved by coin- j was every man to participate, to be alio toed to
petent testimony, that ber reputation for chastity j share in the happy idea of proving that the Golden
was notoriously bad. and it was contended that the Rule was a pUtform here, on a land reclaimed by
crime was committed for revenge ; that Cndine that j the Grace of God and American zeal, from Heathen
she could not keep Crittenden from his wile, nor dom. May the Lord haie mercy upon us! I say
herself hold a higher position as mistress over the what msocisrs we are !
lawful partner of his life, she determined that he J To suffer during a moment of amiable unanimity,
should not live. i .. , , . . . .
i iqb aeiusion tnat ana . reore-
sented the Christian instin:ts of the people (the
King's subjects.) Let us h'de our faces, for there is
nothing else to be done nov, nothing ! There is no
The trial ot this case was conducted with ereat I
care and circumspection, and attracted crowds of
spectators. A mass of correspondence between
the murderess and her victim, embracing some
tliree or four hundred letters, was read in evi
dence, to show tbe relations which were main
tained. Every particular in the life of the wanton
woman that could throw any light npon tbe idea of
insanity or be made to tell in her favor, was pro
duced, and eagerly taken down by short-hand
reporters forx publication. A pamphlet of 840
word in the Hawaiian langtage to express Gratitude.
Surely there is something strangely significant in
that peculiar void !
THX HEW) MjY ASSIZES
Are just over, they fizzled out in a puff of smoke,
and the venerable institution called law notably sus
tained its proverbial ductlity, "regardless of ex-
Orifnt! Hank Corporation. ......... . ..London
Oriental lianlc Corporation, payable in Sydney, Melbourne
Apetits for Pacific Insurat ca Company, of San Francisco,
nd for the Manhnttan Lile Inkurance Company of New York.
Kecrive Itepogits, lliscount first-Class business Paper,
attend to Collecting', Sic, Ac iny20 ly .
NAMKV DDK IIOI1KV DEUTSCHE
Butidi-s-ltet:ieruti unri des Central Coiniiees der rreutscheu
Vereiue zur Pflese im i'elde verwundiler and erkrankter
j Krieger bin ich iieauftrapt, tneinen bieileren ileutechen Lands-
leu ten auf den Sandwich Inseln, filer ihre in drm nunmetir
Klueklicli beendeten Kriepe in so anc-rkennenswenher Weiss
bewiesene 0ferbereitwillirkeit den Ausdruck des berzlicbsten
Dankes car Kenmnirs gelanpen eu lassen.
Die bisber fuer die Vernnd-ten, Witwen nnd Waiften em.
pfangenen Gaben auf den Sandwich Inseln betrag-en
welclie den Wnensohen der freundiichen Ueber gemaeis re
miuirt uml verwt-odet wordvn Bind.
Honolulu. May, 1871.
Dor inter: Nord dcutache Konsul
my!3 j. c. PKi.UOEH.
FUER DIE miKC II Hr K A IS KR M C II EX
lloheit des deutsclien Kronprinzen im eptemuer V.J.
ins ieoen geruiene
Deufsrlie Invaliden Sfiftiuip:
sind Listen sur Zeichtiunx von Beilraejren iro Konsuiat des
Nonl deutsclien Bundes ausgeleL-t nnd wer len Mile an' den
Sundwich Inseln anweaenden Ueutschen crsuubt, sicb an
diesem iatriotischen Werke kraeltigzu betheilifien.
tionolulu, im Aluy, 1871. J. C. rKLCOEB.
THE HOUSE A X I) PREMISES gm
formerly occupied by the late Ur. 8. P. FOB U. JlS
For particular. aitlv to
nyl3 R. OILLILANl.
A VERY DKMKABLE XEW
COTTAOK. contiining an rlefaiit parlour,
three or four beilrooroa. dininir room, kitchen
nd pantry, bath houte, servant's bouse, ic. The lloase it
surrounded by garden and pnstarw grounds, and Is pleasantly
loCMted in one of the most healthy parts of the city.
myl3 Appiyto IICGO tff ANOkN W A LD, M. D.'
BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT !
fUR SALE UY
RUSSIA BOLT ROPE,
ASSORTED SIZES. "
2:X. i. For sale by
. . CDTI1TVADJI, IZOTJOICZiUTI,
WORM LINE, MA UI.IV. SEIZING. RAT
LIN, etc., etc. A full assortment for sale by
BOLLES A CO.
MANILA CORDAGE, , ,
TO ft INCH IK
For sale by BOLLES It CO.
ALL. SIZES. FROM 12
bood or duty paid.
WARRANTED THE PURE ARTICLE.
j28 For sale by 1)0 LLh 4f CO.
HUMPHREYS & BRQWN,
WINE AND SPIRIT
No. 7 Merchant St.. Honolulu.
w - v
Have For Sale :
HEXSESSr'S.MARTELL'S, AND ROBIN'S
BEST PALE BRANDY!
Id Cask or Case.
DufT Gordon Good Sherry !
AND VKRV HCPEIUOR 8HEKBY.
Varied Asst.. of RHINE WINES,
Mill anil Sparkllug.
GOOD CLARET, SUPER. CLARET.
HEIDSEICK, FARRE & PERRIER
Objsctiom. 14 cannot afford to ineurt sny lift "
Answer. Kobtt fits t'kTS a week win Iikuix $u
age of 30 I and if with your present Income tiw,J
to make rovislon for yur rainliy, t.ow will tbq
double bereavement ol yourself and Income ?
Objstio!. ' Lijs Insurance Companies map fa,
Answer. An Instance cannot be adduced of a li-ji
linked and prrly refruiated Life Insuraoot
tiavinu failed to meet Its eriiras-ements.
Objkctiom. " 1 have sufficient aready, and do m
Answer. Thousands have thiHigbt similarly, uud ;
have left families In want.
OBJsxrio. " do fit need it, having neither wi
or devendent t elation."
Answtr. ou may need ityouiself. The Security 1
nee Company will Issue you m Policy ( paysliir
on your attaiojnic the mga ot 40, 60, 6ft, or 60,
heirs In rase you die before attaining that an.
Objkctiom. I ska' lose all I have paid, if wnal ;
tinue my payments." f
Answer. Tuis Company will, after three psymratii
pay the assured the full value of their poliiiti,"-'
reason ther desire to surrender tbe same or t
paid up P"licy, which generally will exceed i:
amouut of premium paid. t
Objbctium " must be a poor investment form
Compnnu makes so mm. money." k,
Anmwet . i'lii. Uur. ui4 riiuw. tu ci'uisiiy tsk .
mutual plan, you become a member of the Cissf
self, and share in the profits and ths worrn-
Comrxiny makes, tbe bet u-r for vou and all Imn
Objictiom. " can make a better investment orn t
jii oj my jnmxiy."
Answer Tlie advsntaire oflnsorlnr. over Investinr
Mijlc, It demonstrated by the following tahlc, it lit
Insurance to Ihs is
$j0 tr yeir
1st year 1 1
6th year 1
8,001 610ih year
6,nti 68l6tb year if
Deposlled In Bank.
1st year $ 260 00
6lli yea l.Bj 00
10th year.... ...
SUIh vrmr V f.At ftii'.,,,.,.
Z6lbyer 10.4H H 25ih year".".'.'.' '..".'. K
SOih year 14,0'il 22aoth year hi
Thus an Investment of $250 per annum In ljr it
Policy, for a period of 80 ears, by a person aird U.t I
a larger amount for bis family at his decease, ereo M
lira to be b3 years of age, than eoald have been sreur
deposit of the same sum annually during all that tr
Bavings Hank. Had tho party died ths next day sft4
i.f ui'riimmi in an insurance Company, hs motuu
oslved $10,000, while from the fcavlogs Bank he wiU
Objkctio. ' may not be able to meet my yearly r
en the day it becomes due, and forfeit my Put
All wer. This Company aids those m.mt.srs whs tf
several lite premiums In cash, by affording thesi ei
nine ur pecunury distress, fr Subsequent presiiss
amount equal ts what would be psld them on w"
ths Policy. Thus a person need not forfeit r
Us value Is worked out in iusuranre.
THINK OF IT I
The chance that s-our life will fall win.ln .r la 1 ir
Tbe cbanoe that rmir honu mm in., m
u " w...m - i- l
wu u.rier per ceut.
w ny in.ure the latter and neglect the former F
Life Insurance ts not like fir. In.nr.iuu .n .innst
sure investment in time of greatest need.
No man can foresee the cumin inn ..r Tjir .i kit
but by Life Insurance a family can b securely prorxl.
JOHN C. WOOD.
my6 lm 8iec!al Agent for the Hawsl an W
At Mclnerny's Ktore, Corner fort and Mrrclisni
VERY FINE OLD PORT WINE. J'U S T 0 P E N I
AT TIIOSO. THRUM'S
Superior Holland Gin,
Just Received from tbe Colonies, Urge and small bottles
BASS at CtS ND IXD COOPE Sc. COH
TO LET !
A MCELVFUKMSIIEO CHAMBER
tOlet 4jn reUin hit. tirml .h tnlfint. ullr fnmi
!IL the Poet Office.
no 6 lm Please apply at this Office. -
JOSEPH O. CARTER IS EM lOW-
ereii to act as my attorney, in all business matters.
during my absence.
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Hay 1, 1371. t my lm
1WE UNDERSICiNED HAS APPOINTED
B- FRANK BROWN, Esq., to act as his Agent during his
absence Lorn Honolulu.
Uonoruln. May , 1871. myl:.'it
AIR.SAMCELG. WILDER WILL, TAKE
1" A charge of mv business durina mr absence from th.
Islands, and is authorized to sign my name for that purpose.
uonoinio, April m, isji. (a.w ) s. P. AuAMs.
pages bas beea published, containing a minute
rived at in viewing the sad picture which is pre
history of tbe trial, and the prurient taste which
revels in the impure details of human frailty and
guilt, is fully pandered, to. During the whole
twenty-six days occupied by the case, tbe jury
were not allowed to separate, day or night, being
kept ia charge by the Sheriff, and on receiving
the charge from the Court they returned after an
absence of forty minutes, with a unanimous verdict
of guilty of murder ia the first degree, the Denaltv
of which is death. Tbe counsel for the prisoner
have moved for a new trial, tbe argument for
which will be beard to-day. May 29th.
This righteous verdict was received with satis-
r : 1 . i : . . .
iwuou uj uie tuuiuiuuuj ana oy tne press
throughout the State. Doubts bad been entertained
and the opinion freely expressed that, in Califor
nia, of all places in the world, a woman could not
be capitally convicted, in these modern days. But
in this case, tbe jury have nobly acquitted them
selves of their duty, and upheld the laws, public
morals, and the sacredness of the marriage tie.
against tbe tmmped-np plea of insanity as ao excuse
for one or the most willful and wicked murders ou
j pense," inasmuch as a stiect half dozen reclaimed
barbarians, ornamented witi constitutional privileges
and in civilized rigging, ssw but the silver side of
the emblazoned shield poiscc aloft by central justice,
whilst six lily-white gentlemen of Caucasian brain,
honest if "poor, and of long hereditary culture, ap
proaching from the opposite side of the arena, dis
tinguished only the ungarniihed field table presented
to their view by tbe reverse side. In other words,
George Davies Hueu sued the Waimea Grazing and
Agricultural Company for, making a long series of
MISTAKES EEGARDISa THE TAXEBSTTT OF CATTLE,
And $10,000 was the poiit at issue. A "mixed
jury u&e ou ana water, alter some nours oi ob-
j stinate argnncation in tbe jury room, unanimously
failed to agree, whereupon the cover was shut down
for the present on that Jack-in-the-box thing called
meum and tuum, and the ease was pott-pone-ded in
four gentlemanly words. Thus solemn judicial
cogitations and a charge from the Chief Justice, dis
tilling transparent truth, strong and faithful bar
risterial power for the mystification of the same,
three profound interpreters duly emphatic with their
second 'hand zeal, a cloud of bewildering witnesses
and a wilderness of mythical testimony, the logio
and the wisdom and the wit, good-for-nothing jury
and all, were courteously resolved into the ele
ments, and all the living value of four fall days
MB. CARL MEXKEL. OP HOMBUKC,
and CARL C. F. IIEINEN Ok OLUKNBI'KG. GKR.
MANY, are requested to communicate with the North German
Consuiste at Honolulu. ,
m)S3t Honolulu, May 1, 187L
SOME OP THAT CHOICE HAWAIIAN
PIA, Just Received and For Sale in quantities to suit
Pints a ,1 Quart.
Large Assortment of Porters.
X.IQTJE3 JEZ. S ,
1 ; 'As folios. .
Noyean, Anisette. Cassis.
Eau d'or, Eau d' Argent,
Creme u Yanlelr , Ac, Ac.
As follows t
Angostura, Hostellers', Boker's, Humboldt, I. X. L.
Papifax, Huflland's, gtar of tb Cnion, Ac, Ac
Superior Scotch Whiskey,
Irish W hiskey,
And Ohl Tom,
smiom m ms m
. TUB FOLLOWING t
Standard Works. Church Kmif 1
In Superior Binding, Gilt Fini
Corner King and Punchbowl Streets.
JES9 PORK IN BARRELS,
CORN BEEF IX HALF BARRELS, SHOULDERS,
M FOR SALETHE COTTAGE ON TDK
Beach at VVaikiki, formerly occupied by Miss Mout
029 " - W. L. GREEN.
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKIKL The Cottxae recently occupied by W L.
Green, at the Beach. WsikikL HeoL MOnMmJu.
- J ..... j - . jr h.vu.m.
o-9 - ; Apply to W. Lw QRKgN.
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED BT
IA. As TV lUCTUAMUIla vu av UUU CLICVTV. A DDI V Id
r 3. h- KICHARDSON. -
I Columbia River Salmon !
! Barrels hmsI Hif Barrel. J
Salmon Bellies in Half Rbls.
. lai Kits h If 4f Kits. .
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