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" FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1871.
.. fcfc arrivals our b., W, e ba,-lTth, Kor.b
V r InHp 7r,,.Aorr, io Tsnltat. from ll.kong for
H.vraii.n rk fn- Franc.-co;
. . . .J t C. Brewr fo.; 1H.I., Au.er.ca,. bark
t- , ri.l.j,, from IIn.h.It, lamlto Walker A Allen; 19.,
1 ', , lCM b:,rk 0,W, from rU rr.w,c. aor.ed cargo
. w.r A: C:o. Th-rtcr.-s have U-en-l.i h. M-hoo.r
t. ! l.r A' a ,-frn,,i S Tabili, via Kawailuie .ih
, SAI, .hip fcr lloarland'a Island.
.diKrfh with which iMM-nww v
r : O..) have du.rh.-irp J. reloaded ami propose to send
..n.nrr.,w.oD her return to San Francisco,
noteworthy. It .It we f'r ,he P" of r I
... .1. . t f riiir Hill. .
ir.d ih- en-r-y .lls-plare.! in me .......sre.
F m R- M. Chamberiin Ai Co.'a Francisco Mar Let
, ur of the 3-Jti ulU e n,u.e :
. lu.l"fi. ner bn Hawaiian, have of lale tai
.rtai.t. a'.d in tact, our Wand ipp'.ie. are likely to be
w't :s vear, a .me 'f the lealif.e; planters hav already
1 rrindina and other, find their crop yield lea than waa
... : ,l : be dea, considerable ol their low grade have been
. . ted to the Australian Colonies, wh-rc a.es have been
it r. KHirrtry than on thia coa.t. Purchase or Island
-.r dnrii. the week approximate 4,000 keg. wr.hin the
r u- of Mft 10' c ; extra choice. lli llic.
K".rEXU iTiva: ihu Cir i'i June embrace the carjfoea
r r ilekn Morria, -W.00O lpa fru lions; Koi.p. and U.x
.,- from aaine port rr Oujo. The market, at preacnt de-
l of animation, a,.d price, aa bert.d.,re-rert.uly no h.ph
. r Croiina anl Hawaiian Tal.l are both acarce and b gh,
:ii fat 10c We quote Ci.iu-, ClS7jC: flam, C&6ic Jor
' "T'aHi A P. Jnl.nn Till from rtan Francisco July, 1, to
. sl at Lumbal I ' thia Hrt. , ,
New obk, July t.
f. I. jttnt.1 ?penn, $1 22.1 2"; Winter C leached fl
V t 45 ; W u'al-. jc ? in""' Bleached, ftD-STc.
oi Active at full price. f.ritie. Cne,3i&40c ; burry.
tU:; ifH-ti, ZiliTJi Fal, CaliforuU 2-!ffi:Jc du, burry,
i .1 Ac f b.
o clip the following from the Morning HeralJ,o( Sydney,
- - - -j j - -
s ;otn.-The market ia ao depressed that it Is almost nae-
t' fix any aiaa. A carpo of Honolulu aorU waa aold at
ij. ion jeter"!ay, hy Mer. Stub'o 6c C'o at 'J6 10a to tZZ,
r low to poo-l yelow grcery aortn in mall caka. The
i'u"rr price otuoei f ,r a aampU ahich, two month apo,
.iH hare rvaiixcil or over. Out Uns of inferior aold at
S. WM July I :
j'OItT OF IIOIJOLTJLTJ, H. I
11 Prhr Mam -kawai, Thompaon. from Maui.
16 rs-hr i'rinre, ilatfi-.-M, from Hawaii.
1 fchr llattic. Kale, from Kauai
19 Srlir Kinna, Wahie, frm Maui.
17 Schr Jenny, Lan.berL. from Kauai.
17 Vr Ger afiip Terptachore, C Kiaaler, 131 days from
Ilambure. in bailast.
17 Am brut Fiar.cico, I. Jeanaon, 63 daya out San
Frai.ciaco, from aea. in distrea.
17 Haw bk Uueen Eruiua, I) Heniatead,19 day from
1? Am bk Cambridge, N C Ilrooks, 21 daya from
13 Am bk Comet, A Fuller, 15 d-y from S.m Frau-
19 Schr Mary EUen. Darin, from Maui.
20 Schr Kate I.ee, Weal, from Hawaii.
2ft chr Ka Moi, Cluney, from Mnui.
-.0 Schr Active, ,Mel!ih. frm Hawaii.
21 Si-hr Warwick. John liuil. from Molokai.
Jl-S. hr Waio'a, Duiloit, from SI. K kai.
CI febr Moi Keiki, tire. n. from Maui.
21 tlmr ity of AdeLiide, '11 daya from Sydney via
Fiji lUotla 12 days.
22 Stn.r Kilanea. McGregor, from Hawaii and Mani.
2 S t,r0.1d Fellow. Makabi, from Hawaii.
Z S, hr I'auabi, (lalLastier frrm Molokai.
It j-rl.r Waio la. Du.loit, for Molokai.
17 Shr Tauahi, Fallaaticr, for MolokaL
17 Schr Moi Keiki. tireen. lor MauL
17 s l.r Mary. Keoki, for Kauai.
17- Strar Kiiaaea. MctJreeor, for Maui and Hawaii.
IT Am arhr V, M Ward. Kickman, for Guano la.
17 Am ahip Sapphire, Seidera. for HowlaixiN la.
17 Haw brie Kamehiui.eha V, Tengtroui, for Tahiti,
1 Schr llattie. Ka'e. for Kauai.
It Schr Kinau, Wahie, fr Maui.
IS Schr l.uka, KaaL for Hawaii.
IS Schr I'rince. Hatfield, Utt Hawaii
IS S. l.r Hckukle, U4h, for Molokai.
1H-S. br Jeru.y. Ijunbert, for Kauai.
14 Schr Fairy tiii'-en, Kaaina, for Kauai.
20 Sci r Annie, .Nik a. Ir Hawaii.
20 Schr ettie Merrill. Crane, for Maui.
Sf) Schr Mary Ellen. Uavia, for Maui,
al r-hr Active. Meltih, for Maui.
21 or Ger ahip Terptachore, ULsaler, for Ilowlandi
ME.M OKA X DA.
RtroBT or Hark Comet. Ixft Pan Francisco July 4th.
I .rat two daya nut calma with light air from S to SE, and a
v ry heavy IS W swell. Then the wind hauled into N and E,
. here it continued light and baffling the entire paasape, with
i .e exception ol the lax I two daya, when we had moderate
t.ade. with paaaitig rain-aquall.
KcrotTor Stm. City op Adelaide, F. Moobe, Com
n ander Cleared Sydney Head, 6 P. M. July 1; on the 3d inst.
at nmn paaaed lrd Howe'i Island; noon 6th passed Norfolk
I -.land, at 9 P. Sth inst. was on" Point Washington, and
-rived at Levuka, (Fiji), 8 A. M. 9th inat ; making the quick-
t trip on record, in 7 days and 10 honrs. from Sydney to
T.evuka. Fine weather and fair winds first 3 days, after
liich head winds throughout the passage. Left lvoka, 4
". M. 10th inat.; had tn go slow all nihl; cleated Fiji Group,
1 A. M. 11th inat; bead winds and fine weather throughout
- te paaaae. No vMcia aighted. Average 10 knots tn 11.
Fao-sj l?x Fa!iciaru Per Queen Emma, July 18ih :
W qr ska. 25 qr aks Flour, 100 bbla l.ime to Holies Ac Co ;
4 0 Wood Honrs 0 Sash Dars, 26 pks lilimls, &5 Wiudowa.
1 bx Biird Fastenings to Howaett ic Co; 8 bales I.inena. S3
i mply Uarrels to H HackfilJ Sc. Co ; 40 Copper Koda, 60 kg
Nails, 1 pkg llooka, 2i" bbla l.une, 2.000 Poa a, 400 bndla Shin
C'.ea. 3 k iiran. 57,113 ft Lumber, 10,000 Bricks, 10 baa
I fHat.'wa, b b.xs Onions, 2 Hold Trucks to C Brewer & Co ; 1
LSI Whiakey. 1 bx Powder to A 8 Cb-ghorn ; 10 pkg Tea, 41
j I-a Groceries to II May; 12 pkgs Merchandise to Hong
i I tg A Co ; 0 bx and 10 pkg Powder to Castle 4z Cooke ;
1 x Silk. 12 pkss Merchandise to Afong 6t Acbuck ; 200
Ih rs, 9 ptea Windows. 45 pk;s Oil and Turpentine to
1 ev era At li.ckaon ; 12 ca Merchandise to Hyman Bros ; 30
I kgs Merchandise to A W Peirce Co ; 17 rs Merchandise to
t.rinlaam Co; 6 rs Merchandise, 12 pes Pipe to T II Da
vie ; 42 Ik Merchan tiae to LMlinghatu A Co ; 46 pkg Mer
chandise to J .Nott Co ; 3 pkg Merchandise to E O Hall &
NWi 7 r- Merchandise to K lioTsrblaeger Ar Co ; 7 pkga
Merchandise to F A Schaefer Ac Co ; 60 Empty Barrel to
Walker Ac Allen ; 8 pkgs Merchandise to Cap! Hempstead.
Faon HrxnntDT, Cal. Per Cambridge. July 18th : 72,
S5 ft rtarfacvd Boards, I J 2JH ft Siding, 12.0 ft Battens, 94.
"21 ft Unugh Boards. 31,7il ft Scantling, 173 bnd a Pickets,
1,300 Posts, 121 M Shingles to Walker Ac Allen.
Foj Sm F!fCiaco Per Comet, July 19th , 10 rs To
' cc to M Pbillia Az Co ; 92 qr ska Floor, 84 aks Bran, 57
a Oats. 20 sks Potatoes, 3 bxa Oniona, 14 pkt Groceries, 20
r bxa Raisins. 12 hf bxs Itaiatus to Judd & lvton; $25
HoaMe Barrel f book a, 93 bhU Heading. 1S6 bbU Salmon to H
llackfeld Jt Co; 9 cs Merrhuidie, 1 bndl and 1 crate Mer-
aandisa to J T Waterhouoe ; 3 pksa Merchandise to li I
.Nolle ; 1 eaae Cwka to 11 M Whitney ; 6 cs Merchandi-e to
ilyman Bros; 7 pkgs Merchandise to Ah liana; 2 e Mer-
nandise to E O Hall At Son ; 7 rs Merchandise to Dillingham
Ac Co ; 1 case and 1 pkg Merehaodi-e to T G Thrum ; 100
i.ags Potatoes. 1.500 Redwnxl Posts, 572 bndla Shineles, 150
' his Lime, 145 hales Hay, 50 bbla Salmon 10,550 Brick to C
I'rewer At Co ; 5 pkg Merchandise to E P Adam ; 25 bt
: ota toes. 10 bx Onions, 14 bag Beana, 19 bars Barley, 1 case
' liliird Fixirgs,l bx Kings Ambrosia, 3 bxs Verbena Water,
1 pk Cartridges, 1 bx Hai.dries, 1 bag Hams, 4 bacs Flour, 1
: x Cheese, a cans Herrings, 2 kgs Anchovies to Order.
Farm S Faaaciaco Per Queen Emma, July 17th
t apt E W Tallant. wife and child. Mrs Theo Smith and son,
fir W P Morrill and wife.
Fbow Sis 1 axcico Per Cornet. July 19 b Mr and Mr
t'oh-tnn, J B Loujee, I 1. Lloy.l, Wm llobman 6.
!olertsoo, Mr Myers, MUs Dickinson. Mr and Mr Macanly?
!I B Monutomery, Mrs f C Jones, H is tx Gov Uonnms and
Irs Domiuis. Hon D Kalakaua and wife, W G Irwin. Rev Mr
Williamson. Rer Mr Mcintosh. W PaHan, P Milton, Rev A L
-tone, T Leary, R F Courtney and 35 on deck.
From Ptdset to Saw Faaacisco per City of Adelaide.
. aly 21 Mr and Mr W II Smith, 8 l.anz, W A Steel, J-r-o
t.riiflths, Cha Seymoar, E C Howard, Ja Raff, Capt Jaa C
honoert, W A Shonbrrt. R Hardy, Rer Mr and Mrs Hay
-ind 4 children. Mr ami Mrs C Johnston, Mr and Mrs Knight
si 2 children. Cap! J G Allen. Mr Rothweil. 1. P Dake, and
1 4 in steeraee. For HonoLiLt James Scott; from Fiji
l C Humphreys.
Cbocrett In this city, suddenly, July 16ih. William
f 'BocESTT, a native of Belfast, Ireland, aged about 40 year.
O CD! SOT At Lahaina, Mani. July 11 in, of heart desease,
Fkaacts A. Ocdimot, aged about 60 years
Mr. Oodinot wsj born in Pennsylvania, C S. A and leav
a sister Mill living in Heading, in that State. lie came to
!ese island i.i 1S54, and fur aome years waa Deputy Slieriff at
l-ahaina- His hospitality, cheerfulness of temper anil many
'her good qualities, caa-ed him to be universally known on
These island and secured fr him a large Dumber of friend.
Through industry and energy be has accumulated a valuable
I roperty aituated in Lahaina, and wa a noted ami resprctel
rtemher of the &. H. AprrjultaraJ fcociety during Uie whole
perl.nl of it existence. Uaitttt.
Mr. Oadinot came to these Islands in 1S51, in the "Came
c ck," instead of 1S54, as stated aliove. Ed. P. C. A
:a thia city, July 20th, the wife of M. Raplee, Esqof a
)oegoxiaxs Not to be Fooled. In regard to the
. h af allegiance of John O'Meara, which he insis
was a "paper of denization," the Herald says in
: Ue issue :
'The editor of the Bulletin presumes altogether
' much npon the credulity of Oregonians. They
i- no fools, and are not to be duped by a Kanaka,
en he asserta that he simply took out papers of
lizenship he utters a statetucnt directly at variance
h the record. He swore to bear true allegiance
ting Kaxnebameha, and the Chief Clerk of the
' i erior Department certifies that his oath is taken
: om the naturalisation record and not from the
- 3rd of tlenixensbi. Mr. O'Meara swore as fjU
8 : a lilomaoli no tcnu i Kanaka no ka Moi
mkiweha Kkoiu ka alii. A gentleman of this
i .', well acquainted with this language, gives the
lul.owiug ltterai interpretation : And am gone ta
f'"r.y, am, at a Kanaka for King Kamthannha
III. ITow is that for liijrli ?
SATURDAY. JULY 22.
to cohiu:HPONi hnts.
Our column are open to all contributors, writing on tnalter
of general inUrest, and avoiding -ronaliti. ; but we do iH,t,
by admitting correspondence, endorse the Yiewa expttawed.
AVe would call attention to the com
mencement of Vol. XVI of the Pacific
COMMKKCIAI, Am'EKTISKK, Oil July 1st.
The sulcription price is $0.(M) per annum.
If p:iil for in advance, i. e., on or before
the loth of July for the Island of Oahu, and
on or before the 31st of July for the other
11LACK & AULD,
Publls?iers and Proprietors.
The South Pacific Labor System.
TI.c colony of Queensland in Australia, and
the Fiji group of Islands in the South Pacific,
arc just now attracting a good deal of attention
on this Fide of the world, as mofet desirable places
of Fettleinent for the development of capital and
enterprise, for men of comparatively small means.
The first, occupying a large and fertile portion of
the fifth continent of the globe, (as Australia is
called) approaches the equator, and is found
peculiarly adapted for the production of the
sugar cane, and is contiguous to the great and
growing markets of New South Wales, New
Zealand and Tasmania. In a virgin Boil, and
under a tropical eun, the plantations of cane in
Queensland are represented as wonderfully pro
ductive. In the Fijis, with a large area of rich
soil, the eea-ieland variety of cotton that etajJc
which from the universality of its use gained the
title of "King'' grows abundantly with but
slight cultivation, and yields almost fabulous
crops. But in both countries, eacli eingularly
adapted to the growth of its specialty, the same
obstacle to development is met the scarcity of
labor. To make sugar and cotton, whereby to
become speedily rich, is the object of the Anglo
Saxon settler in Queensland and Fiji, and the
sine 'ua mm for the accomplishment of this object
i.-t an abundance of cheap labor. And thi, dur
ing the past few years, they have found readily
at hand in the barbarous and frequently savage
populations or the Islands of Southern Polynesia.
The New Hebrides and Ilervcy groups, dtuatcd
about three weeks sail from the British colony of
Victoria, have lecn the principal sources from
which to obtain the emigrants.' The osten
sible plan has been to engage the natives to leave
their Inlands for a term of service, generally two
years, on a stated monthly compensation, (very
small, of course) and to be returned to their
homes at the expiration of the term. This trado
has grown to very lari proportions, and we
notice in a late Fiji newspaper that no lcs than
twenty vessels are constantly employed in it from
those Inlands alone, while the Queensland demand
for these laborers in still larger. Many utate
menta having from time to time got into print to
ti e effect that this tnifSc in labor was nothing
more nor less than a plave trade, the authorities
of Queensland have established rules and regula
tions under which 44 emigrants " of this class may
be introduced, and a certain show of strictness is
observed in regard to the vessels, engaged in the
business. But the pressing necessities of the
planters and the rapacity of the traders in men,
evidently results in a vast amount of stealing,
violence and oppression licing practiced upon the
poor Islanders, which law does not reach, and
which justifies to a great degree the title of slave
trade, that has been applied to this wretched
business. The credulous people are often enticed
on board the strange vessel, lured into the hold,
and then the hatches arc put on and the vessel
puts to sea beyond the hope of returning by the
miserable captives to their homes. Or if they
make any troublesome resistance, force is used
and irons are put on. These kidnapping prac
tices havo become notorious, and in consequence
there arc now some Islands where it is not 6afe
for even a missionary to land, the bereaved savages
being justly incensed at all "civilized" visiters.
Instances arc known where whole boats crews
have been cut off. There are doubtless excep
tions in this degrading traffic to the general rule
of deceit and violence, but the apologist has not yet
appeared who 6hall give in print an authenticated
account of one of these so-called 44 expeditions
for contract laborers."
In the 44 seventh annual report of the voyages
of the mission vessel Daysprinj, among the 2scw
Hebrides and Hervey Islands, during the year
1870," published at Melbourne, during the pres
ent year, a copy of which is now before us, we
find such statements as these, made by the mis
sionaries : 44 The missionary work on Fotuna
has been pcriously retarded duriug the past year
by visits of slavers from Queensland and the Fiji
Islands. Should any of these people
ever return to their own Islands, they will bo
different from what they now are. The civiliza
tion with which niost of them come in contact
has a demoralizing and hardening influence on
them. The most degraded characters we have on
these Islands are to bo found among those who
have returned from the Queensland and Fiji
plantations. A vessel recently called
this Island from the Fijis in search or natives,
i he Captain endeavored by stratagem to secure
some native women. He became enraged with
the missionary when he failed in his attempts,
and put all sorts of mischief into Uie heads of the
natives against him."
It must be a severe trial for these iuissionaries
to see those for whose good they have labored
thus snatched away when the fruits of their
labors just begin to appear. This little mission
ary publication gives numerous instances of the
outrageous doings of these mcn-stealcrs. A
canoe, passing from one Island to another, is
seen by a slaver (that is the title the missionaries
invariably give these 44 emigrant " vessels) and
run into. Another 6laver sees the capture from
a distance and claims half the prize, with a
threat to inform (who?) if it were not given.
The canoe ootains eighteen men and some hogs,
which are divided between the two vessels.
During a short Btay of the Dayspring at one
Island, no less than three slavers called there,
from the nothern Islands, each with her living
caro. some or whom were in irons. Some of
these importuned the missionaries to procure
their release, pleading to be redeemed from
slavery and taken to the missionary vessel. Two
lads had been sold by their own father for a
double-barreled gun, and another, (an orphan)
was sold by a iuan with whom he had gone to
rcfiJc, for a piece of calico. The parties who
had sold the boys repented of their bargain, took
back the payment to the Captain of the vessel
and requested him to release thein. The mis
sionaries protested in a note to the Captain
against this 44 purchase of human beings as a
violation of divine laws, and degrading to British
subjects," and also in an interview kindly and
earnestly remonstrated with him. But the mis
sionary sadly closes his account of the affair by
saying 44 lie rave us to understand that the
boys would not likely be given up." On board
another fclaver the account bays 44 We saw her
living cargo, consisting of men, woman and chil
dren, herded together, without distinction of sex,
in the most di gusting way."'
Ample materials arc to be found in the out
spoken prcKB of Australia to still further illustrate
the generally disgraceful and inhuman character
of tliis system of procuring laborers in the South
Seas. Erelong the attention of the Governments
of Great Britain and the United States will be
directed to the evils of the traffic, and the inter
ests of humanity will demand its suppression", or
at all events, its careful supervision and regula
tion. Meantime the sugar growers of Quccns-
' land and the cotton planters of Fiji, who are in
haste to become rich regardless of the means
used, will do well to remember that the car of
Heaven is ever open to the cry of the oppressed,
and that an avenging Nemesis will not be wanting.
Let them ponder the history of forced labor in
America and elsewhere, and learn that slavery,
in whatever form or however disguised, is the
greatest cursa that can be imposed on any country.
The New Arctic Expeditions.
The problem of an open Polar Sea, is still un
solved, and until it is bo, the adventurous spirits
will be found who will venture their lives in the
search. Capt. Hall, in the screw steamer Polaris,
s tiled on his exploring expedition to the Arctic,
June 20. The route of the expedition is to be by
way of St. John's, Davis Strait, and the Danish
settlement of Disco, on the west coast of Green
land ; thence across Baffin's Bay to winter quar
ters in Jones' Sound ; thence in the early spring
across the ice fields toward the Pole, and, if the
route leads to an open sea, to launch his boats for
the exploration of its unknown waters. The ex
pedition will be accompanied by two native Esqui
maux, a man and a woman, who have been with
Capt. Hall since his first Arctic udventures.
Almost simultaneously with this American ex
pedition a Frcncman, M. Octave Pavy, purposes
to test, at his own expense and risk, an untried
theory of Arctic exploration, by way of Behring
Strait. This i.i the theory of Capt. Silas Bent,
indorsed by Prof. T. B. Maury, and adopted by
other3. It supposes that one of the great ocean
currents originating about the equator and sweep
ing past the cousts of China and Japan, and
known to enter Retiring Strait, passes on to the
open Polar eca, bearing with it to the last some
of the heat of its original waters. To reach the
Polar sea, therefore, it is only necessary to steam
or sail or drift with this current by the aid of
Thermometrical soundings, and the voyager is in
evitably borne thither.
44 M. Pavy." says th New York Journal of Com
merce. -wiM loave ran Francisco in July, and
proceed to iVtropuniski. Kamscliatka ; tlience to
Ihe iilf of Anadir by ship ; thence overland to
Cape Jakun. on the north coast of .Siberia. From
this point he wilt snil in a bo;it of peculiar con
struction to tot North Pole oi to its neighborhood.
The bout is made of pulta pertrhu covered with
canvas. lik the? Xonpareit. which safely crossed
tLe Atlantic, and on tin? same principle as the
sportniiin s rafr, lalelv exhibited at the ofliee of
t: H paper. It will tl-iat 10.000 lbs. weight, and
can be lulled up small and packed on a sledge, so
that M. Pavy can sail in safety or journey with his
I compressed boat over the ice at pleasure. His
party will consist of three natives nnd tour rairo
peans. making, with himself, eight in till. They
will be well provided with necessaries for the ex
pedilioir. and expect to receive the assistance of
Russian ofiici.tls in Siberia."
From Europe we hear of still anothefc Arctic
Expedition. A Professor Nordeuskiold started
from Stockholm in May, to try and reach the
B recent advices from New Bedford we learn
that the masters of at least two whaleships, the
I Alaska and Martmyo, fitted out for the North
Pacific whaling service, have been put under
bonds by their owners, not to touch at Honolulu,
unlcss compelled by stress of weather, or other
.mnvoidabl eirenniHtan Herein nnd beret,
we are reminded of a Bevies of articles which ap-
peared in the official organ of the Hawaiian
Government in December last, the tenor of
which waa that the whalers were likely to desert
Honolulu ; and generally concluded with a cheery
44 God bless you," and a half concealed sneer, aa
44 our whaling friends were assured that we
were happy to say that we could get along quite
well without them. If one of two who keep
public house in the same street, ascertaining that
his customera are about to desert and go to his
neighbor across the way, tells those customers
that they may go and be hanged, as he does
not need their custom, they will not be likely to
, .. ,
6tand upon the order Ol tneir going, DUt go at
nnee rinf nn thi nfther bind if tho custom
once, tsuc on me owier nana, u me custom
were worth retaining, the landlord might politely
say, 44 Gentlemen, 1 should be sorry to have you
go away dissatisfied. If the table don't suit, I
am ready to improve, and if my servants are
saucy or negligent, I'll dischargo them."
According to the Gazelle, the courts of the
Colony of Hongkong have an original way of
doing things. It intimates that the publishers
of the China Mail were told by the court that if
they did not retract certain charges they had
made against an individual, they would be sent
to prison. Now we do not pretend to any large
amount of legal lore, and doubtless are in this
respect 44 stufied " to a less degree than our con
crete cotemporary, but this we must confess is
the first instance in or out of the books that we
ever heard of, where a court, in a suit for libel,
ordered the defendant to apologize, as the price
of discharging the action.
Vz-iTospltal for foreigners.
lias not the time come for the buildinp: of a gen
eral hospital for foreigners in Honolulu? There
are many needing hospital treatment, and such is
the peculiar management and organization ofthe
Queen's Hospital, that the time would appear to
have come for the establishment of an hospital
specially for foreigners. The question would of
course, immediately arise, how is such an establish
ment to be supported? Let a subscription be start
ed for the erection or purchase of suitable build,
ings. It is believed there are many in the foreign
community on the Sandwich Islands who would
subscribe liberally for such an object, provided
there was a reasonable prospect that it could be
When the buildings are procured, there would be
a partial support realized from the paying patients.
It would seem highly proper that the amount rea
lized from the tax upon foreign passengers, should
be devoted to such an object. This amount will be
increasing from year to year. Besides an income
from these sources, it would appear to be proper
that a certain proportion of the amount realized
from the tax on Hawaiian seamen should be de
voted to this object. All seamen paying this tax
are not Hawaiian born, but foreign seamen sailing
under the Hawaiian flag, are subjected to this tax.
If a suCicieut amount could nut be realized from
these various sources, it would appear proper to
devote a portion of the annual appropriation of
toe Hawaiian Legislature to this object. Inas
much as foreigners pay their proportion of taxes
into the Hawaiian Treasury, wby should not a por
tion of the income be devoted to a Foreign Hos
pital? Could such an enterprise be carried out, it
is believed the Queen's Hospital would prove far
more popular among natives, and hence its useful
ness be increased. Any one wlm will thoroughly
acquaint himself with the working of the present
system, will readily learn that some change U em
inently desired. A Fuif.xd ok Hi'maxitt.
Honolulu, July I5th, IS71.
At the semi annual meeting of the Board of
Trustees, held at the Court House last week, the
following resolutions were adopted by a unani
mous vote :
Revived, That the Board of Trustee regret ceediogly
the withdrawal of the llon.Vm. 5
situation of Phyaician and Surgeon of the Uueen a U ip ital.
During bis incumbency he has been uninterin.ltuig in bis d ii
gencef and to his assiduity and care tAe community .are in
debted in no small degree, for the ucces ol the mst.tu t.on
Retotvtd. That in view of the eminent services of Vr. Uti
le brand, both to the community and to the , Queerr. Hosp,
should Br. Hillebrand return to th, country the Trustee.
r,reenl would be desirous of tngxgws h tf"'v
Physician and Surgeon to the Queen's Hospital, and likewise
to recommend biui to our successors.
The following is the Treasurer's report, as read
by A. J. Cartw right. Esq.:
Honolulu, June 20th, 1371.
To Hit Excellency F. If-Hutchison,
1 Minuter of the Interior, &.C.
SlB i have the honor to furnish" thia, the Twenty-Fourth
Semi-Annuul Re,rt of the Treasurer of the Uueen s llospaal,
showin.' the receipts and disbursements dur.ng the half-year
ending at this dte ; and an eaiimale of the fiuancuil condition
cf thecoriioration on the lnt pros.:
Dec 20 1S70. the amount oT cash on hand wa $ 908 93
Since that dale I have received as follows :
From pay patients
From Hawaiian Treasury, for passengers' and Ha-
,.lian seamen's taxes to 1st of April - A-a "
From Interior Department on account appropriation
for "Aid and Support," to April 1st !, "
For Pol sold I
The disbursement during the same time have been a
For wliry of Physician to 1st of 3ny..... $1,000 00
. i c..;.t.,,i Phvsinian to 1st lust... 300 OO
For wairea of Purveyor and Servants 1,19 60
For Instruments ::,:"
For Provisions, Medicines, Fuel, Lights, Furniture,
Coffins, Sc., rtc
Balance cash on hand.
ESTIMATED ASSETS FOB JULV 1ST, 1871.
-l. nnur in hand ..................... -S 131 SS
Appropriation that can be drawn
Passengers' and seamen's taxe9
ESTIMATED LIABILITIES AT SAME DATE.
Salary of assistant Physician $ 60 00
Other current expenses for June 650 00
, 700 00
Balance available July 1st, 1S71-...
ppro CIIA3. R. BISHOP,
Treasurer Queen's Hospital.
John H. Patv.
At this meeting, a discussion arose as to the pro
priety of receiving at the hospital for treatment,
women who are registered under 44 the Act to Miti
gate." and who become deceased through the course
of life which they pursue. It is held by some, that
these degraded creatures should not be admitted
at the hospital, to mix and associate with the poor
but respectable, who. through the visitation of
God. are thrown upon this noble public charity.
On the other hand it is urged that such people,
although they have brought their ailments upon
themselves by their dissolute lives, must be taken
care of and cured, as a sanitary measure, and that,
there being no other provision for them, they must
be sent to the hospital. A great deal might be
said on both sides, but this much cannot be gain
sayed the presence of these women in the hospital
is an evil. Th nature of their sin brands them as
a class, outlawed from society, to be avoided by
all who would escape the contamination of their
association. Society insists on this, in pure self
defense. It does not and cannot however, ignore
them, but on the contrary 9hould exert itself to
save and reform them. Society suffers by the loss
of its most insigniticant member. In no city of its
size is there so much need as in Honolulu, of a
Magdalen Asylum and Hospital. AVbere are the
men and women, with true Christian charity t in
their hearts, who will initiate Hie enterprise?
Christ looked with compassion even upon a Mag
dalen, aud looked her sin's away.
Ietter from Oregon.
Under date of June 19, we have received a long
letter from our Portland correspondent; which is
chatty and interesting. Here is a specimen of his
opening, after strongly praising the matter and style
of the Advertiser :
44 Gallileo-like, I am compelled now as ever to pre-
ceive that this world still wags ; that this earth's
ball still flies through space, a little faster indeed than
the boy's foot-ball, and that men still move nearly all
around as well as all over it ; and the strangest part
of il now to me is that r at tuis Oregonian out-
P08t am now penning an epistle for a Pacific uews-
PaPer Printed 0n 0ne f the Islanj3 in Dlid 0ueil.
rendered long since famous by Captain Cook's dis
covery as well as his death, and marvellous to me in
many respects as one of the seven wonders of the
Our correspondent among other things interpolates
a leMer from an 0regon Captain on a voyage to
, nong Korjg but whicbt tjl0Ugh it reada wdl is too
long for our columns. Portland was having a flood.
The 44 backwater" of the Columbia river on the ICth
of June, was the general topic of conversation. This
flood was caused by the melting snows of the moun
tains, and occurs every year in a greater or less de
gree. Says an Editorial paragraphist of the day :
Thr Riveb. Just at present, the stace of water, the rate at
which it is rising, and how Ion it is likely to continue to rise,
are questions that interest allium everybody in the city ; For
IUC . V. . V I 1 1 I W I. " .11. 11-1 11 IW "V. . 1 1 k .11 . llt.V- W 1 MUVUk
J 12 inches every twenty-four hours. Last evening the stage
the last two or three day the rise has been at the rate of about
! wa" not fet 'uue aM IUKU ,n l800' anu 11
feet of Lejng up w he hi(,,iest mHrk of
was not yet quite as high as in 18t6, and it lucked about four
feet of Leing up to the highest mark of IH&i. News from the
Dalles was to the effect that the Columbia at that place was
rising at the rate of an inch per hour, and the people were
moving out of the houses in the lower part of the town to
higher ground toward the bluff, or into their second stories.
At this city, the water lat evening was within a few inches of
covering North Front street at the foot of F I'treet. Below
that point, the street is all under. A rise of a few inches more
will prevent the passage of heavy teams, at least, to the new
dock or to the P street ferry landing, not because of depth of
water, but because the street till there is mostly saw dust and
havings, which will be so soft as soon as covered with water,
as to be miry. The merchants and dock men nt the north end
are preparing already many of them for the flooding of their
Speaking of the Courts, our correspondent says :
44 The June Term of our Circuit Court is on, and I
am told there are some three hundred cases on the
docket, which will consequently cause the term to
last some four or five weeks ; for which I am heartily
sorry, as I am subpoenaed as one of the petty jurors,
and with eleven other 44 good men and true" was
locked up all night on Thursday last, because we
could not agree on a verdict. This Circuit Court, I
trow, beats your Ililo assizes all hollow ; for we have
some very queer and very crooked cases indeed, I
can assure you."
In our last, we noted an Oregonian Editorial quar
rel. Our correspondent clips us the following delec
table bit from the Statesman, and congratulates us on
the fact that we don't edit a paper among those 44 web
41 Yesterday afternoon there occurred on Commercial street
an affray in which the editor of this pajier was cowhided and
shot, but fortunately the cowhide only hit bis hat and the bul
let glanced without inflicting a dangerous wound. The would
be murderer and assassin was comforted and furnished with
$1,000 bail to appear before J. J. Murphy, J P., this morning
for examination. The cowhiding was a failure, and we were
enjoying a nice lime on the defensive, driving the assailant be
fore a pocket knife, when the other man, who is the fellow
EbulU brags so on, pulled out a revolver, firing four times
within ten paces and only making one hit. That is the poorest
shooiing on record, and it is the purest sham in the world for
such a man to go about hunting for Shultx. If he was to find
Shulu he would run faster than he ever did from a mare mule.
Aa this affair is to come before the court we do not choose to
give any fuller statement save to say that the attack waa made
unexpectedly, entirely so, and the cowardly re.l headed scoun
drel struck from behind, and struck a man that goes unarmed.
He concludes thus prophetically :
44 The United States is a large land, and these
Americans are a fast people. As your island city,
Honolulu, is directly on the line of the World's
Highway, between the East and West, and as we
Web-Footers and Pacific coasters are your Eastern
neighbors, as the Moon men ' are your Western
ones, the day -is not far distant, nor very long
ahead, I predict, when the ships and steam, the
trade and commerce, of both Portland and Honolulu,
together with the Pacific Telegraph, will trade and
talk daily with each other on a large scale, and en
rich one another abundantly with their goods and
grains, mules and merchandize. So mote it be !
" 0. S. P."
ALL. PERSONS ARB HEREBf FORBID
den to trust any one on my private account, without m
written nrrir I ' Rrtniu f Trvr n
Honolulu. July 21, 1S71.
A FINE BILLIARD TABLE
mllEBILUARD TABLE AT PRESENT
U. ia the Saloon of the Olympic Club, together with all per-
tainine thereto, will be sold to any one wishing to buy the
same, at a reasonable price. Apply to
V. VT. WUNDKNBITRa, .
jyC2 2t - . . Treasurer.
Ma. Editor : Having een a notice in you last issue of the
well-known pointer dog "Gun," I desire to make, through
your columns, the following challenge, which may offer some
amusement to sportsmen, and, at the same time, settle the
question of the relative merits of our dogs : I will back my
dog 44 Dash " against the said dog "Gun" for any sum, Iroin
$100 up to $1,000, the trial to be public, and the " point " to
be all that constitute a good hunting dog for thia country.
And, aa the iport may be materially enhanced, I vill make
a further challenge, involving the merits of that renowned
"Lock-fast, Breech-Loading Guu," and its owner, which to
gether, or separately, kill o quick and easy
. That the ducks rejoice to loose their lives,
At the hands of Rawson and bis gun.
Which, by the way, reminds me of that once famous cook,
MoUie Dumplin, whose skill and charms over the eel tribe were
That they rejoiced in loosing their hides,
It skinned by Mollie Dumplin's bands.
But laving all jokes aside, I would say that I have a sport
ing gun, a muzile loader, which I will shoot against the cele
brated 44 Lock-last " and its owner, Mr. Rawson, for from $100
to $500 a side, each sportsman to shoot over his own dog the
trial to take place in some swamp where Ihe ducks can have
cover 5 every duck put up by the dog, or its owner, to be shot
at, let the range be long or short, and shall not count as a point
until it is found or produceu ; twelve hots to be allowed to
each sportsman. I think that this will give a fair opportunity
to test the skill of the men, the shooting qualities of the guns,
and the training of the dogs. If the foregoing term do doi suit,
1 am ready to make any reasonable modification, and shall be
k.nng tr, rnnfer with Gun's" owner, or any person deairou
ol accepting, the above challenge on his behalf, at such time a
may suit their convenience, with regard to the detail of the
trial, and beg leave to remain, your obedient servant,
T. It. PARI.
The California, New Zealand and Austra
lian Mail Line of Steam Packets.
XI1E FINE IRON SCBKW STEAM EK
CITY OF AfEr.AIIE !
Will Leave for San Francisco !
THIS SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
At 5 P. M.
For Freight or Passage, for which she has superior accom
modations, apply to
It W. L. GREEN, Agent.
S K AT I PJ C R 8 U K !
Under the Patronage and in the Presence
HER MAJESTY QUEEN EMMA,
Honolulu Sh-aliii? Kink !
M ILL BE
OPENED TO THE PUBLIC
AT BUFFUiTi'S BlAIMi!
Saturday Evening, July 22d,
With the following Programme t
fKntre, Grand March")
uKnutu i Htr i,le SON SKATES
(Finle,Virginia Reel J
After which (be Floor will be Open to all
who tuny wil to Skate Tor the
real of the Eveuiag.
Reserved Seats, - -- - - -- - $1.50
Bench Scat - -- -- -- -- l.OO
NO HALF PRICE.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance will commence on
the arrival cf Her Majesty. 1
REV. A. L. STONE, D. D.,
LBCT TJ JF. 353 !
Under the auspices of the
Young Men's Christian Association
SYMPTOMS OF CHARACTER!
At the Fort Street Church, on
Friday Evening, 2Siu instant,
At 7:45 O'clock.
Admission, Fifty Cents.
TICKETS for sale at Whitney's Bookstore.
Photographs taken in the
LWAYS OV HAND AND FOR SALE A
LARGK ASSORTMENT OF
Hawaiian Dress, Manners and Scenery.
White and Red Coral,
K0TJ AND K0A CALABASHES, EOWLS,
&c. Sec, ' Ate.
Picture Frames of all Styles !
Jy23 4t "
Honolulu Skating Rink!
CTICE TO THE PUBLIC!
AVIXG RECEIVED A FULL ASSORT-
Including Ladies', Misses' and Children's,
the Rink will be Opened to the Public on and after MONDAY,
July 24th, according to the following schedule :
FOB FAMILIES 1ND SELECT PIETIES.
On Monday and Thursday Nights, from 7J to 10J o'clock.
FOR THE GENERAL PrBLIC.
On Wednesday and Saturday Nighu, from 7i to 10J o'clock.
Spectator' Ticket. 85 Ccuta.
Skntera' Ticket. 25 Cents, per hoar.
FOB CLUBS 0YLY.
On Monday and Wednday afternoons, from 3 to 8 o'clock
On Friday nigbta, from 7) to 10 o'clock.
O" Special rates on reaonable term made with Club of
Ladies and Gentlemen, by the Day, Week or Month. Rivine
exclusive use of Kink, Lights and. Skates, with privilege of
PBACTICE BIXK FOB LADIES AXD MISSES 0XLT.
Oo Tuesday, Thursday ami Baturday afternoon from 8 to
8 o'clock.. ADMISSION FREE, use of Skate. 25 cents per
SEASON TICKETS For Sights Opea U teieral
24 Skatine Tickets, good for one hoar each ...14 BO
12 Skating Tickets, good for one hour each......l....V. 260
For Sights Open to Families and Select Parties.
8 Admission Tickets............. ...$3.00
Skating Tickets the same as above.
XT Strict order will be maintained, and no etTort or expense
spared necessary to give satisfaction to our patrons.
"WILLIAMS WALLACE, Proprietors.
raWIE NEXT TERM OF THIS INSTITU
JL TI0N, will begin on
Wednesday, the 6th day of September,
and continue 14 1 weeks.
Candidates for admission will be examined on Monday and
Tuesday next preceding the opening of the school.
Classes will be formed in all the common English branches,
and in the higher Mathematics, including Algebra, Geometry,
Trigonometry, and surveying as the wants of the pupil de
mand. Latin and Greek classes will be formed to meet the different
stages of advancement of those desiring to study these lan
guages. Yccal music and Drawing will be taught without extra charpe
The Hoarding Department of the Institution will be rpen u
such persons of both sexes, as can show satisfactory evidence
of good character. Such a price will be charged for board as
to cover cost only, which will proitably not exceed three dol
lars per week, exclusive of washing. Suitable rooms are
given to the boarders, rent free, each occupant providing his
own room-furniture, light and bedding.
There will be a Matron who will give special attention to the
wants and manner of the boarders.
Alteration in the buildings hsve recently been made which
will essentially add to the comfort and health of the young
Parents wishing to place their children in the family will do
well to make immediate application, as they can thus secure
an advantage in the choice of room.
The Trustee take pleasure In assuring the public that they
have a corps of competent teachrs employed for the year, and
that they will spare no effort to make the Institution in tvery
respect ihorouKh. vigorous, and well ordered.
The tuition in the classic and in the higher English branches,
will be at the rate of One Dollar per week ; In the lower Eng
lish studies, 7& cents per week ; it being understood, that
no allowance will be made in charge for tuition on account of
absence for a period less than half a term, except in case of
E. P. CHURCH,
SAM. C. DAMON,
. W. (j A3 I LK,
jy22 Fducstlon Committee of Oahu College.
R. WILLIAM MAERTEXS. OF THIS
city, ha been admitted aa a partner in our businea.
1SU. llUVrSl'ilLAKUKll 4 CO.
Honolulu, July 22d, 1871. it
fi SITUATION URGENTLY REQ.UIR-
. ed by a steady young maaon, of sterling character,
V5r (a native of England), as clerk In a Dry Goods, or
r any kind of store, or office, or as overseer on a Plan
tation anywhere. Please address,
jy22 2t M LLOYD," Honolulu.
THE PREMISES AT THE ENTRANCE
of Pauoa Valley, lately occupied by Mr. Young.
jy22 lm Apply to 8. II. COOPER.
2f fff U. S. GOLD COIN. MORE
3 y V7 VF J or leas, for necessary repairs and other
expenses of the
Vrn- lrig- Fiancisco,
Of San Francisco, to be secured by bottomry bond on said ves
sel for the voyage from Honolulu to San Francisco.
Tenders for the above will be received at the United States
Consulate until SATURDAY, July 2il. at 10 A. M.
C. S. MATTOON,
I'. 8. Consulate, ? U.S. Consul.
Houolulu, July 19, 1871. i It
OWEN J. HOLT. HAVING MADE AN
assignment of all his property to the undersigned fur
the bt neflt of hi creditors, all parties having claim against
the said Owen J. Holt, are notified to present the same to the
undersigned at his ofliee in Honolulu, and all parties indebted
tn the said Owen J. Holt, are hereby requested to make Imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
jy-22 at F. II. HARRIS.
DR. J. M. WHITNEY
WOULD RESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCE
to his friends and the public, that his DENTAL
ROOMS will be closed from Jalv 29th lo September
IMlh. 1871. Jy22 Ot
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE IJONO-
LULU OLYMPIC CLUB will be held on
Monday Next, July 24th, at 7 1-2 P. M.
All members are particularly requested to attend, as busi
ness of importance will be considered.
It P. C. JON ES, President.
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
-giHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
II fore exiating between the undersigned and Wm. Crockett,
as General blacksmiths, having terminated by the decease of
the said Wm. Crockett, on the 16th of July, all persons hav
ing claims against the above firm, are hereby notified to pre
sent the same for adjustment, and all Indebted are requested
to make immediate payment to the undersigned, who will con
tinue the iMiainess in hi own name, at the old stand on the
Honolulu, July 21, 1871. jy22 lit
ASSORTED NUMBERS, JUST RECEIV
ED and for sale in Bond or Duty Paid, by
jy22 1SOLI.K3 U CO.
A SMALL LOT WAIALUA CORN, A GOOD
quality, for Sale by
BOLLKS k CO.
RECEIVED PER COMET !
A SMALL LOT HUMBOLDT. POTATOES,
superior quality and new crop.
jy22 tor Sale by BOLLKS & CO.
CALIFORNIA BRICKS !
PER COMET AND QUEEN EMMA.
jy22 I' or Sale by ItOLI.KS k CO.
TWO DWELLING HOUSES IN HO
NOLULU, both conveniently situated, with lour rooms
each. Kitchen, bath house and out houses, will be
leased st moderate price by the month or year,
jyl Apply to W. C. JONES.
nno borrow thirtv-five hun-
JL DEED DOLLARS for two or three years, at nine per
cent interest. Real Estate security,
jyl 8. B. DOLE, Corner Fort aid Merchant Sts.
DURING MV ABSENCE FROM THIS
King lom. Mr. JOHN II. PATY will he my duly au
thorized nttorney. and will have charge of the business of
Bishop Co. CilAD. U. BISHOP.
Honolulu, June 2d, 1871- Ju3 3ra
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED Bl'
U. A. tVidemaun, on Judd Street. Applv to
d3 J. L RICHARDSON.
TO LET !
THAT VERY DESIRABLE RESI-
ilence on the Nuuauu Valley Road, formerly occupied
by Dr. Hillebrand. Possession given Immediately.
jyl lm For terms apply to J. MOTT SMITH".
rjMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING PUT UP
An addition to his
FURNITURE W A REROOMS,
he is now prepared to how hl good to all who may favor
him with a call. He has also removed his Workshop to the
same building, (up stairs) where he will be happy to see all of
i. : l . l . . . . .
in. mci.uH mm want, any new worn or repairing none.-
Thankful for past lavor, he would solicit your custom lo
M. T. DONNELL,
88 King Street.
Honolulu, Jdly 1st, 1871.
nnilE PARTNERSHIP OF W. IIUM-
H PHRKYS and P. EKOWN formerlv dninir business as
Importer and Dealers in Wine, Spirit, c , in Merchant St.,
Honolulu, is dissolved this day by aiutual consent, r. Brown
retiring iroin Uie Dusines.
VT. HUMPHREYS will continue the business In the old
stand and receive all debt due to the firm, since the eatab-
nsnment or me nrni, and pay all Ifabilitie of the ame; and
hope hi numerous friend will still esntinne their kind and
liberaf support, as they cun always obtain the best articles at
me roos: moderate charges.
Honolulu, July 8, 1871. Jyl6 lm
Honolulu Fire Department !
1VJOTICE. AT THE LAST REGULAR
i. w Me-ting nf the Department the following; gentlemen were
elected Fire Warden of the several district of the City of
J no. Tibbitts. Esq '. District No. 1
K. Oilliland, Eaq IUauict No. 2
Geo. C. McLean, Esq ; District No. 3
Wm. Auld, Esq District No. 4
CIIA8. T. GULICK, See" H. P. D.
Honolulu, July 10. 1871. jylS t
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
7 OCTAVE AND 3 STRINGED, OF THE
very best German manufacture, they are
Expressly made for a Tropical Climate.
jyl 3m For 8ale by WIKOD. C. nEUCK.
FOR INVALIDS AND DEBILITATED
A SPLENDID LIFE ELIXIR!
In cases of 1 dosen each.
Jyl 6t ' For Sale by . . TUEOD. C. nETCK.
1 COPPER STEAITI PAJV.
FOR SALE BY
H. IIACEFELD CO.
i.iiiiii m :-imii n.
. w. viaVQllk
While away Leisure Tim J
CAX BE FOUND AT T
OF . I
Standard Works of
Which is now established upon. , j,!
Stationery and News Depot,
Honolulu. The Liiinrv toot
Chief Works of all the most i;Blllf
Anthors of Fiction,
Mr ftloni of
new novels a;
Sooa aflrr IubllrntUa J
TERMS OP SUBBCRimoXg, (j,
One Book at a time $ 0ij
Two Books at a time go
Three Books at a time i uq
Four Books at a time Vtwi ,
Kcsidcuttt of the (MhJ
Supplied at the same rates, the protiK
of their Cooks being rflected at i
ditlonsl cost for freight, (
Er Books Issued to Near Suba,,
rates, varying irom d cents to 00 crots
to mar Ken prices.
O Circulars and Catalogues conpri
win be totwaraea rree upon application, i.
commence at any time.
A FULL SUPPLY 01
RECEIVED BY EVER!
Ordert for Current or Back Aim J
Thos. 0. Thrnm. Stationer d
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
At Chase's Cosmonoli J
FORT STREET. XEARn
MAY BE FOUND
A SPLENDID ASST. d
Famous Crater of Kilanei
For Sale by the) (Ixnxhr ar
(O Cases for shipment, packed la thes
PHOTOGRAPHS of Hawaiian Bcennj,
Panorama of Honolulu.
At this Gallery can be seen rERRrt
OIL PAINTINGS OF THE CRATl
33 JSl. XSL 3H H
RO IVKLL V CO., II ATI'
ncntly secured the services of s
Have Spain resumed the busine.i of lit
stantly on hand,'
BREAD, PIES, CAi
AH kinds Plain & Ornai
MADE TO 0E1EH
We take this opportunity to return II
patronage heretofore received, and ho
burinesa to merit a contl nuance of ttw at
N. II. --II read Delivered u
in one mile of the linker?.
ju!7 lm It f
BOOTS ! BCi
sUSTOM MADE DOCBLE'
Henfcert's custom manle Vrt
Ben kerf Custom Mde f
Beakert'a Custom l"wP"'
Denkert's Button t G"
Benkert's Pump I ' "
Benkert's Oiford Tie. Ac"
Splendid Supplj oi ibf
And Every Pair Warrantel'
Late Invoices of Frcctk
OF BK8T QUALITY
-o.r I V BARB1
111 CORK W" If HALF B1
Salmon Bellic io
apple Burrra. is ' j
FLOUR, EXTRA AND
IN QUARTM iCij
W- - OT JKSlI1
First Quality, f' I
''r " 7"?Thii i Sail ln ' i i '"
rr fcy ,. iiaCI