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-7 rRIDAT. SEPTEMBER 8. 1871.
for some time to came.
The .action trade sale of dry ood. and clotlnng. at Mer.
M S. Grinbaum Co.'. on Wednd.y -d Thursday of th
week, w. weU attended, and some $15,000 worth disposed of,
t fair price.
Tbe foreign arrivals since last report hare been-September
4th, American bark Gooatf, from Han Francisco ; American
bark Comet, from San Francisco, merchandise and paasengers
to C. Brewer Ac Co.; Britih bark Lad) How, from New
castle, N. 8. W.. with coals to H. Hackfeld h. Co.; 5lh, Bus
eian team clipper lzoumroud, from Callao.
The departures hare been Sept- K Ionia, for Tahiti, via
Molokai, with cattle; 5th, Lunaiilo, for Hnmphrey'a Island ;
8th, Goodfll, for Jarvis Island.
SATli?Dr. SEPTEMBER 9.
. TO CORRESPONDENTS.
Our column are open to all contributor, writing on matter
of general interest, and avoiding personalities ; but we do not,
by admiltiof correspondence, endorse the views expressed.
PORT Or HONOLULU, H. I-
2 8chr Waiola, Dudoit, from Mam.
2 chr Manuokawai. Thompson, from Maui.
38chr Prince, Hatfield, from Hawaii.
3 tv.hr Fairy .Uocen. Kaaina, from Kauai.
3 Jchr Mary Ellen. Davis, from Maui.
4 tchr Ka Mot, An tone, from Mitui.
4Am bk Comet, A. Fuller. II data fin San Francisco.
4 Brit bk lady Bowen, E. G. Tucker, S3 day from
Newcastle, N. H W.
6 Am bk Goodell, L S. Crockett, 15 day from San
ft II. I. R. M. steam clipper laoomroud, M. Coumany,
7 fans, 38 days from Callao.
ft Schr Hokolete. from Molokai.
V Hear Mary. Keofci, from Kauai.
H Schr Annie, Nika. from Kauai.
g Schr H attic. Kale, from Kauai
s, Hear Moi Reiki, Green, from Maui.
8 rtchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Maui.
Stmr Kilauea, McGregor, from Hawaii and Maui.
Schr Kate Lee, West, for Ilawaii.
2 Srhr Luka, Kaai, for Hawaii.
4 Schr J Tiny, Lambert, for Kauai.
4 Schr Moi Keiki. Green, for Maoi.
4 schr Warwick, John Boll, for Molokai.
4 Stmr Kilauea. McGregor, for Maui and Ilawaii.
4 Tabitian bk Ionia, McLean, for Tahiti via Molokai.
6 Haw ketch Lunaiilo, EDglish. for Humphrey Is.
ft Schr Ka Moi. Antone, for Maui
6 Schr Mary Ellen, Hopu. lor Maui.
6 Schr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, for Kauai.
7 Schr fiokulele, f r Molokai. .
8 Am bk Goodell, Crockett, for J arris Island.
VESSELS IX PORT.
If I R M's 8 clipper lzoumroud, Coumany.
Krit hip Royal Saxon. Rocbfort, repairing.
Haw bk R W Wood, Weeks, up for Portland, O.
Am bk Comet, Fuller, for San Francinco, Sept 16th.
Brit ship Lady Bowen, Tucker, discharging.
A in brig Francisco, , awaiting orders.
Am S-mrited schr A Y Jordan, Perry, loading for San Fran
cisco. Hrit topsail schr Sea Breeze, Austen.
Am schr Sovereign, Chambers, repairing.
Bcpobt or Baa Comet, Capt. A. Fillc. Left San
Francisco August 21st. First day ont light air from SW and
calm. Then moderate breexe from W to W.N W with foggy
weather; then the wind hauled gradually into KE, where it
remained the rest of the passage. We had considerable rain
the last few day.
Fbow Hah Facisco Per Comet. Sept-4th : 140 bag
Floor. 100 tins Crackers. 20 bxs Bread, 2 bale Oatmeal to
Henrv May ; 3.M) bags Flour. 100 c Bread to Bolle 6c Co ;
4 e fcdse to J T Waterhoose ; 7 bbls Oil, 15 bags Bean, ft c
Tarpeotine, 2 bis Candle, 1 ease Mde, 3 coils Spunyarn. 46
tin Cracker, 30 cs Bread to A W Pierce At Co ; 10 c Tur
pentine, 33 drums OiU 150 Doors, 12 pkgs Sash, 7 pkgs Bllods.
1 bx Hardware, 3.019 ft Lumber, 7 bndls Pipe, 6 cs Mdse to
lowers Ac Dickson; 100 c Apple to E P Adam ; 100 c
Coal Oil to S G Wilder ; 800 bndls Shingle, 400 bbls Lime,
1.500 Posts, 60 bale Hsy to C Brewer & Co ; 88 qr sks Flour.
1 1 1 bags Bran, 37 bags Oat, ft bags Wheat, 2 tins Jumbles to
Judd Ac Layton ; 1 bale Blankets, 1 case Mdse to F A Bchaefer
Ac Co; 4 ci Mdse, 4 cs Powder to Castle Ac Cooke ; 50 cs
nal Oil. 6 ca. 1 bb and 2 bale Mdse. 1 Horse to E O
Hail Ac Son: 7 pkgs Mdse to Dillingham Ac Co t 70 Boiler
Tubes. 135 bag Sand, 91 bar Iron to T H Davie ; 2 bale
Blanket to M 8 Grinbaum Ar Co; 1 bbl Whiskey, 60 drum
Oil to Walker Jt Allen; lpkgMdseloTC Heuck ; 2 pks
Mdse to Geo Em roes ; 37 bag Barley, 40 bag Potatoes, 1ft cs
Onions, 40 bags Flour, 76 bags Bran, 50 bxs Apples, 6 bags
Graham Fbur.1 bx Cheese, 2 bags Haras, 2 kgs Sour Kroul,
kgs Anchovies to Order.
Faow Sam Faajtcisco Per Goodell, Sept. 5lh : 1,000 qr
afts Floor to Walker 4c Allen; 1,000 qr sks Flour to C
Brewer 4c Co.
Fo New Castle. N. S. W Per Lady Bowen, Sept,
ftth : 1,140 ton Coal to H Hackfeld Ac Co.
Fo Tahiti Per Ionia, Sept. 4th:
Beef, bb!s 18 Molasses, gall 640
Bread, c 6 Oil shook A csks, gall 30,760
Glassware, c 2 Sugar, lbs 11,00
Harness, pkg 1 Wagon 1
Hay, too 16; And Sundry Store.
Hoe. kg 11
Value Domestic. $1,304 49; Foreign $2,583 86.
Fob Islahos of Socth Paciric Per Lunaiilo, Sept. 5th t
Casks, galls 2,07 Tobacco, pkgs 2
Dry Go.i, pkg 4 And Store.
Value Foreign. ........ ....... ........ $734 68.
Feow Wijidwasd PoT per Kilauea, SVpL 9 W Brash,
i Xpecer, J no D Brewer. H Marfarlane, M Ilallieo, wife and
children. .Master Hutchison. Mr Bruce, Rev J D Paris, wife
id 2 children, L MeCully, Master Afong, Mrs W Berkley,
i ul about 43 on deck. ,'
Faow FAcuwo Per Comet, Sept. 4th Mr O G
lilfofi, R Dexter. Aug Smith, Chas Brooks. Frank Jones,
J. ike Wallace, Tommy Rosa, Tom Marlaughlin, Frank Me
i na, G Fayne, C Barnwell, S fmith. L Bodecker. 8 Fite, An
iitony Frazer, Willy Uoltzmann, I tan Noble, James II Gal
I. jber 18.
'Foa Tahiti Per Ionia, Sept. 4th 1 Chinese.
Fob Hiuphbets' Is. Per Lunaiilo, Sept. ftth ApeU, wife
rtsicswooo In this city. Sept. 4lh, William Pske
Kcsimpi, infant son of Mr and Mrax A. P. Brickwood, aged
1 year.'i mon'hs and 3 dss.
McGran At Ijthaina. Sept. "th, of heart disease, Thoma
McGcb. aged about 37 years, formerly ia the whaling busi
nea out of Honolulo.
A Paternal Government.
The policy of a paternal government is to
foster and encourage home enterprize and home
induetriee. But strangely enough though it
must be acknowledged, quite consistently with
its general .viciouenesa the Hawaiian Govern
ment prefers to Bend work abroad to be done,
and to leave our own mechanics and artizans to
starve, or perhaps go to work on a plantation as
field hands. An instance of this illiberal policy
of the government comes to light in the leading
article of Wednesday's Gazette. It seems that
the Board of Education had printed a large edition
of a native school book. The printing of course,
inubt be done here, but when it came to binding
the books, the proprietor of the bindery, where
the work ib carried on entirely by native Ila
waiians, was bcrewed down to bare living prices for
the work, and because be would not (as he could
not) do the work for any less, arrangements were
made to send the books to San Francisco to be
bound, where at a large establishment it could be
done for four cents a copy cheaper than by the
natives of this country. Here was notable econ
omy. To save the immense sum of four oente oo
each book, native born subjects of the King,
whose only means of obtaining a livelihood was
by the trade they had spent years in learning,
were to lay idle. A paternal government, surely.
Will the taine style of close economy be found to
prevail in all government transactions .' Don't
shout, everybody who believes it.
But there came a check upon this peddling
business, which was rather unlooked for. It was
discovered that by the proposed sending the books
to San Francisco to be bound, and their return
here, " His Majesty's Government would bave to
pay 25 per cent, on tle cost here in duties." So
important a matter, as saving four cents a-piece
on tbe books necessitated extra exertion, and con
sequently the book-binder in San Francisco and
the Collector of Customs are induced to write to
the Secretary of the Treasury at Washington to
obtain a remission of the duties. Even the
ruling genius of the Cabinet " is so exercised
upon the subject that be lends the mighty influ
ence of his potential name to the request through
the Hawaiian Consul. But in vain. A curt note
from the Secretary's Deputy in tonus the Collector
that "the application cannot be granted consist
ently to law." Passing strange that that name, so
all-powerful here, did not prove an open-sesame
to the Washington Treasury Department ! And
so, after all the correspondence wasted in this
straining for ecooomy, the four cents will actually
be expended in the country, to help feed and
ilothe our own people. Is it not too bad ! Suf
ficient cause indeed to make a leader of it in the
Gazette, and to complain, as the disappointed
Hawaiian Ministry do therein complain, that
" The Customs laws, as administered in San Fran
cisco, seem to be adapted in a most peculiar
manner to the promotion of the trade and indus
try of that city." As a paraphrase, lot us con
clude, the policy of our government, as displayed
in our midst, seems to be adapted, in a most
peculiar manner, to the discouragement of the
trade and industry of this country.
Charity Begins Abroad.
The Gazette has taken a " new departure."
Not content with using tbe public money to op
pose private enterprise in the printing business,
I the Ministry have now commenced to use their
press for the purpose of gratuitous advertising of
goods, wares and merchandise. Not, however,
the goods or the business of our own merchants
or artisans, whose industries are a part of the
wealth of the country, and who help to support
the Government, but tbe goods and tbe business
of merchants and artisans living in foreign coun
tries, who are thus gratuitously brought before
the public in the editorial columns of the minis
terial organ, in direct competition with the
former. The ruling genius " of His Majesty's
Cabinet, it would appear, having conceived the
brilliant idea that Honolulu mechanics were do
ing too well in making decent wages, and that
they should be snubbed and brought to bow the
knee to Baal a little lower, procures and pub
lishes in the editorial columns of the Gazette,
some of the prices furnished us for Planters'
Chamber of Commerce.
We congratulate the mercantile and business
community of the country that a Chamber of
Commerce in Honolulu is at length a fixed fact.
The first regular meeting was held on Wednesday
last,' Sept. 6th, when the charter was received
from tbe government, and the Chamber proceeded
to organize by the election of the following officers
for the current year :
PreidntV. L. Green.
Fice Prtsident1. C. rfluger,
Secret try and TreaurerA. J. Cartwnght.
A committee was appointed to draft By-Laws
for the government of the Chamber, to procure a
suitable room for meetings, and to make all other
necessary preliminary arrangements. The Cham
ber is limited to a term of ten years by the char-
ings may be called for the consideration of any
subject specifically set forth in writing.
The following firms are represented in the
H. Hackfeld A Co , by J. C. Pfluger 5 C. Brewer & Co., by
H. A. P. Carter ; Theo. H Davie, by hime!f ; F. A. Schaefer
dc Co., by F. A. Schaefer ; Ed Hoffschlaeger & Co., by F.
Banning; T. C. Ileuck. by himself; J. T. Waterhouse, t y
himself ; Afong Ac Acbuck, bv Afong ; Walker fc Allen, by J.
S. Walker; A. 8. C leghorn, by himself; Castle Ac Cooke, by
S. N. Castle ; W.L. Green, by himself; A. W. Peirce & Co.,
by I. B. Peterson : Holies & Co.. by B F. Bolles ; A. J. Cart
wright, bv himself; Bishop Co., by C. R Bishop ; H. May,
by himself ; E C. Hall & Son, by E. O. Ball ; M. S. Grin
baum, by L. Louiison ; C. A. Williams, by himself; Dowsett
fc Co., by J. 1. Dowsett.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE!
THAT DESIRABLE BUILDING LOT
on the MaUKA side of Beretania street. Honolulu,
adjoining the premises of Mr. B. K. Davidson at present
occupied by Mr. Henry May. The above lot has a frontage on
Beretania street of liil feet, extends back from the street iii
feet, si.d is completely enclored by a substantial pick, t fence.
Title pei feet. For further particulars and terms apply to
1m W. JAS. SMITH.
Travelers or Persons Visiting
ISLAN D OF MAUI.
having establioheU himself at
Run One or More Express "Wagons to the
For the accommodation of thoe who may rrquire his services,
on tbs arrival or departure of the teamer Kilauea or any of
the sailing vessel!, and will hold himself in readiness to convey
passenger and their baggage to any place and at any hour t
any destination t-i which a vehicle can run ; peisons visiting
this part af th Island, will pleaoe inquire for T. PK1CF, who
will enJmvor to give satislaciiou to those who may require
W nilcku Express Painted on the Wagons.
Wailiacu, Sept. 1, 1871. (s9lm) TH03. PRICE.
A RARE CIIAjVCE ! !
Iron Work, at Sydney," they having been pro-
TMrtn millions oi money at down to a break-' Curfcf, thu8h agent or the Foreign Office,
f.wt at Saratoga recently. ; the Hawaiian Consul at Sydney. We have now
Ijna baths bave recently effected eomplete cures discovered the purpose for which our consuls are
in paralysis at 1'iqiia, O.
A socM'ty for popular education of women has
been oranizd at Vienna.
For every thirty-five white people in South Car
olina the re are ninety negroes.
Bos'ton estimates the value of its public school
property at about six millions of dollars.
An attempt is being made in some of tbe South
ern States to revive knee-breeches and shoe-buckle".
Tbecxlorc Til ton wishes New York could have
Ben liutler tor Governor for a couple of years.''
We wish o too. Boston Journal.
A great meeting bas been held in London to
congratulate the Irish church upon the bappy re
tain of disestablishment.
In Sweden female students are now admitted to
the universities like male student upon passing
t'le regular college examinations.
The Ottawa Times believes there is little doubt
that tbe i'rincess Louise and the Marquis of Lome
will viidi Canada and tbe United States in the
course of the present year.
Ilere is tbe free-love marriage vow as finally
adopted : We promise to love each other, and
live ia the same brown stone front till we are tired
o'each other and see some one we like better."
One hundred and ninety-five Asiatics arrived at
Callao oa the 12ih instant, in tbe Salvador bark
Joaquin Itigaud, from Macao, and consigned to
on Joan de Crgate. This vessel bas lost fifty on
ia passage, three of wbom committed suicide by
throwing themselves overboard iuto the sea.
It is reported that tbe Duke of Sutherland, John
Tender and Mr. Fowler, tbe eminent engineer, are
about to purchase tbe Suez canal for X6.000.000.
Tbe undertaking cost tbe French company 22,-
A ieweTrtI oouiuondge, .M has made &
appointed, a point upon which some doubt has
exUted. In consideration, 'doubtless, of tho
neglected education of planters in need of iron
work, the prices have been kindly reduced from
pounds, shillings and pence, to dollars and cents.
2sow the animus, the plain intention of this
editorial advertisement of foreign workmen, is to
compel our own mechanics to work at starvation
wages, or to deprive them of employment and
drive them out of the country. And this is per
fectly consistent with the previously declared
policy of the Gazette (ruled by the same genius
that rules the Cabinet) in its discussion of the
subject of mechanics wages several months ago,
when it argued that workmen were paid too high
wages in these islands, the coolie standard be
ing that desired, as the most manageable.'
Is any further evidence required to prove our
previous assertion that the policy of the 44 ruling
genius " is to crush down and keep at the lowest
rate and in the most dependent condition the
labor of the country, while the capital is ele
vated ? Every act of the Government exercised
through' the 44 ruling genius," whenever it comes
in contact with the laboring and the moneyed in
terests, betrays the determined desire to debase
tbe one and exalt the other, from the manaze
ment of a plantation, or tbe purchase of castings
for machinery, down to the binding of a school
book. Intelligent well remunerated I a bo
T-rrJi CZfiu- r are es&ently not thent"r,ll wanted in
The Situation in Europe.
It may not be unprofitable, juBt at this mo
ment, to summarize briefly the condition of
affairs in Europe..
In Great Britain, the battle between the titled
aris'tocracy and the working classes is being
fought, silently but steadily, and the latter are
6lowly but surely gaining in power and in
fluence. One by one tbe time-honored (honored
only by their antiquity) privileges and perqui
sites of the class which has bo long ruled the
country, are being either gracefully resigned or
are forcibly wrested. Democratic ideas have
gained a great victory in the recent abolition of
the army purchase system, and the boon of the
ballot will follow. The dissolution ol the unholy
tie of Church and State comes next. The quiet j ter, and the number of members to thirty. As
and iacef"ul settlement of the vexed Alabama ) soon as the organization is perfected, regular
claims question is of itself a grand evidence of j monthly meetings will be held, and special meet-
the vast change that has come over the tone of
British politics during the past twenty years.
England's policy is to-day more than ever before,
that of peace. While stronger than ever both
in men and means, she has a larger and a higher
educated public opinion influencing and control
ling the councils of government. Her interests
lie more in the direction of her children who
have gone out from her to other lands, there to
plant her free institutions, than in the concerns
of European dynasties and peoples. Thus her
policy is peace, and her mission to lead in the
van of true civilization and human liberty, while
undergoing at home a peaceful revolution, under
a constitutional monarchy in name, that is fast
becoming a republic in reality.
Across the channel, England's old enemy and
latterly her ally, France the irrepressible, rudely
awakened from the dream of the Empire and
sorely buffeted by a foreign conqueror, to-day, as
a republic, is rapidly recovering from the effects
of her misfortunes. With wise and conserva
tive government and Thiers at tbe head of affairs
f flio navt throA toun ilia urSll riuo THYiniv-
j bill 1 1 . W J L. 1 U , UUVj .1 ( . . . A V A VJ. . I J U
I like, from her ashe, and having learned grave
j lessons from the recent oast, she will very soon
I be better than ever prepared to take a part,
which will be worthy of the France of old, in
the next European struggle. She has an account
Germany looms up next only to Russia, the
predominant power of Europe. Resting from
the great efforts she so recently put forth in the
humbling of France, she still maintains her atti-
tude of. readiness for possible events, while con
j Bolidating and harmonizing the various and
powerful States which compose the North Ger-
man Empire. Austria, naturally her next friend
! in Europe, must be conciliated by a good mutual
; understanding, and so the two Emperors met last'
j month at an obscure town near the borders. The
I astute Bismarck was of course present at the in-
j terview of the august personages. The Kaisers j
j did not, we may suppose, tiius meet lor the pur
j pose of handshaking and merely inquiring after
; each other's health unless, indeed, under the
j head of the last may be counted the political
! health of the peoples over whom they reign,
j But without doubt, they unrolled the map of
. Europe. Austria, in the nature of things, must
; be the ally of Prussia, as against Russia, France
and Italy, and Sadowa must be forgotten. The
1 inmnirrnnna mulonoln wt.irh a fn moi,. .m I These animals were imported from New Zealand, per Ne.
, o - "i braxka, on her lsl tiip. Persons wishing to improve their
i Austrian ruupire are in tins progressive ase more i stock, please apply to
1 A-,K.,l . J . ,,r- I . . JCLII'S L. RICHARDSON,
I v& icao uiuii-uiu bs guitiuj auu bMC Billing illlJn-UCt?
with the Luipcror William will guarantee future
quiet and safety. Thus will be consolidated the
German speaking powers of Europe. But all is
not yet serene in the new Empire. The prevail- j
ing religion of some branche- of the German) OPENING DAY, SATURDAY,
lamiiy is Koiuan uatnolic. it is reported now j
that Bismarck favors Dr. Dollinger, the Catholic
Professor who repudiates Popish infallibility,
and that he approves the project of the establish
ment of an independent German Catholic Church.
Religion in tho State is a ticklish subject to deal
with, and even Bismarck may find it so. Alsace
and Lorraine are yet French in feeling and sym
pathy, and must be ruled with the strong hand
of the conqueror. Troublcfcome property in view
of possible eventualities.
j Italy has realized her dream of. union with
Rome at last for her capital. The Pope, divested
of his temporalities, murmurs, appeals and
j threatens, but concludes, despairingly, that all
I hope is lost except a miracle occurs. The King
! dora of Italy needs the strength of foreign
J alliances, and the most natural of these are
Spain is apparently as unsettled as ever, and
divided up into uncompromising factions. The
new King, who as Amadeus I. so recently as-'
cended the throne, finds that uneasy lies the head
that wears the Spanish crown. What with
Bourbon intrigues and republican open or covert
opposition, his task of government is no easy one.
Lastly Russia, the giant of the North, is
making immense warlike preparations. Occa
sionally, a note of the work going on in her
dockyards and arsenals is heard outside her terri
tories, but the world generally remains in ignor
ance of its magnitude. It was stated quite re
cently by an observant traveler, that Russia's
fleet of iron-clads for coast service, (the only
work for which iron-clads are really available)
equalled if not exceeded in number the same
Btyle of vessels in the British navy. Her huge
armies were never in so high a state of efficiency
in numbers and material as now. Convenient to
the Austrian frontier we read of large bodies of
troops being massed, and experiments drill, it
may be termed going on of laying the track for
the rapid transportation of whole armies by rail
way. Skillful artisans and engineers from foreign
countries, particularly the United States and
England, are sought for and paid high salaries
by tbe government. All the improvements in
the art of war which modcra ingenuity and ex-
Eerience have produced, Russia quietlr makes
er own. And thus she stand redy. Ready
for what? The next European ;.ar, which is
surely to come at no distant d ' TfTi6 8 eeP
signmcance in ine waru reputed to haV
from the lips of the C,., : -
HAWAIIAN THEATER ! !
Manager and Lessee
Cbas. Brooks '
Frank Jones " dT" i
w v!;. Leader Brass Band
Li Bodecker ...Uader chestr.
L D. Noble Secretary
CALIFORNIA MINSTRELS !
GREAT BILL AND CROWDED HOUSES!
Saturday Evening, Sept. 9th,
The Kntertaioment will commence with
OUR GRAND PARLOR SOIREE.
PROGRAMME PART 1.
Overture 'Tonne; America) Orchestra
t'penine Chorus (Ernani) Vocal Quartette
Kan of Fashion ; Jake H allsce
Holey Jones Tommy Rosa
Put me in my Little Bed Frank Medli.a
Widow Magee Frank Jones
I'm waiting, my Darling, for Thee T. F. Barnwell
To conclude with
CARRY THE NEWS TO MART!
Uncle Ben... .Frank Jones
Aaot Mary ....Tommy McLaughlin
Little Ike Tommy Boss
Other Character By Company
Banjo Solo, (by the Monarch) Jake Wallace
Ballad..-. T. f. Barnwell
Joseph as Ora.ige Blossom ..Frank Jones
Lightning Chauges (a la Lingnrd.).. ....... .....George Fane
THAT RASCAL FRANK !
Bad Boy Frank Jones Good Uan.......Jake Wallace
Jig by the Champion, Tommy McLaughlin
Will be Sold at the lowest Possible Prices.
One Top Wagon, One Three Seat Wagon,
One Plain Open BaKPy,
One Second-hand Bugyy in perfect order.
One riist-class Light Bond Boggy, and
One Fine Top Buggy.
Apply to M. BKNFIFLD.
9 lm 74 and 76 King Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTED STOCK ' F0R!aLE !
ONE PURE-BL.OOD LIN
COLN RAM from imported block 3
years old Price $75 00r
Ttvo pure Leicester Rnuis One year old
Price S50.00 eneh.
Larboard Watch (Duet).
..Medina and Barnwell
......... Tommy Rosa
....... ...Oeorge Fane
The whole to conclude with
A TlfclP TO PARIS !
im MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
OF NEW YORK,
ESotT3li3tLoc3L February ' x,
The Safest, Largest and Best Company in the -
THE ASSETS, RECEIPTS, DIVIDENDS, AND El
System, arc all Casb.
POLICIES IHOBFEITME ill EXEMPT
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COM.
Of New York, hare P.ifd over
To Alleviate the Wants of the Widowi and Orphans of their Aiiured,
OVER FOBTY-nVE MILLION DOLLARS IN (
INVESTED FOR THEIR BENEFIT.
J. IC. IlEr,EIY, Special Agn
For the Hawaiian Iflandi
NO. 13 KAAIIUM
REFERS TJY PETIMIH8ION, TO
n tt a PEinCE. U. 8. Minister Resident : Menri. 11ISIK
Ull jjicciicuvi " " 4
jy29 Banker.; A. J. CART WRIGHT, E-q.t and J. 8. WALKER, fi
mwn J rr.GL.AnE AND MR. EO. FUR-
31RTRJN A KvrthV. day ?'
Honolulu, 1st September. 1871.
Sergeant of. the Uu.irJ . . .
Policeman (Dead Bent)...
....T. y. Barnwell
Dress Circle ftl.OO; Parqaette 75 Ceils)
Pit 5(1 Crnis ; Reserved Seals, Dress
Circle ftl.SOj Private Boxes 8.00
rxfRIKG MY ABSEXCK FROM THIS
DKmUOBN - MITllXtt will b..fMj
thoriaed ttorney, and will have char,, of my So
Honolulu, tug. 28, 1871. s2-t p
XJT Box open, for the Sale of Reserved seats, from 3 to S P.M.
Doors Open at 7 o'clock Performance to commence at 8
P. S. The Public are requested not to bring bogs to the Theatre.
BUILDING LOTS TO LEASE !
AT KCL.AAKA til A.
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 1871
Puonui Itanch, Honolulu.
NEW DRY GOODS STORE.
AT A REGl'LAR MONTHLY
Meeting of Protection Hook and Ladder Company
No. 1 , the Annual Election of Offleers took place
which resulted as follows : Foreman. F. Brown t
Assistant Foreman. O. Waller; Secretary, T. J. Hayselden
Treasu'er, W. Herrick.
It T. J. HAYSKLDEX, Sec'y P. H. L. Co.
C. BREWER & CO.,
BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA BOARDS
Musters of Vessel visiting this port in a disabled condition
and insured in any of the Boston and Philadelphia Offices,
must have tneir reports ana accounts duly certified to by us.
s9 3m C. BttEWKK k CO.
THE I. C. 'ADVERTISER
having thought proper to mention my
name several times in connection with
work executed by me, 1 have for that
reuton tiecome the object of displeasure
to my employer, Mr. Benfleld, aid been discharged. I trust
the public will continue to give employment to a MECHANIC,
whether be works for Mr. Benfield or on his own account.
Any orders in the .
SIGN OR ORNAMENTAL PAINTING
Line after the next seek promptly attended to by
X. J. BICHABD8.
Honolulu, Sept. 8, 1871. It
1AKE PLEASURE IX ANNOUNCING TO
INHABITANTS OF HONOLULU
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY,
that they have taken those centrally lituated premises at the
CORNER OF FORT AND KING STS
And intend conducting a
GENERAL FURNISHING AND OUTFITTING
It has been said Bminess in town is now overdone, but they
tru.l that by
Steady application, combined with Civility
AND ATTENTION, and the
QUALITY UP GOODS OFFERED!
To MERIT the support that a generous public has ever
evinced when deserved.
TO TIIK LADIES! ! !
They Especially Recommend a Call.
LADIES of the ISLANDS!
ARE YOU IN WANT
BEST 4-4 BLEACHED COTTON
In the Market, You tvill Find it at
Castle &c Cooke's.
with the French
,jzar in a recent interview
mbamador, " The position of
lTer lovr-prpMftf JJiw;'
ilete. which atrt-rs no larger space than a silver
luarW dollar. Jt is described as of ' ten mos
i Tbe? miday law: question continues t agitate
Cincinnati. Twenty-nine German societies, with a
nembership numbering 7,000, are favoring a repeat
f tbe Sunday laws, and have appointed committees
circulate petitions. Tbe Sunday-law men are
tlso circulating petitions to be submitted to the.
'Jonncrl. and tbe clergy are preparing to take a
land, likewise, in the straggle.
fin Am, A itiA T n.. n 1 I :n
:h vernacular. Meigl. or. acconline to otir coinpn- "r own workmen by the introduction or
iauon, tue is. oi reurnaxy. itwi. me .MiKado iron won. irmn anroau, wnue it uicpiavs the evil
intention, is not likely to arrive at its object.
Let our mechanics, in view o.' this showing,
ask themselves how they can cona'Btently support
a newspaper which thus constantly and system
atically is endeavoring to undermine their inter
est and lower their position in tbe social scale,
while it fattens at the public crib, replenished
with tbe taxes drawn from laboring men.
Fortunately, however, the endeavor to sun-
rdered a census of bid dominions, and ia a Yoko
hama paper is tbe fint official announcement of
results. The, population is piven as 34.78j.951. or
about three millionn more than the Unit.-. I King
dom oi ureas Britain ana ireiana, ana about the : M.,M - that t, ; n
tame less than the United Hut-a. . j but K3aoa U8 that thc5 generally a
Flake's Bulletin, pnblisbed at Galvton. Texas. ' G001 deaI n to I"1 than appears on a
tays : One of the most inotrnctive lessous Uncbt j bare list of prices, before a boiler is ready for
o our southern series of letters is tbat of the sare ose. And further, that while the price of labor
reward that attends on patience, courage and per-, - ... . ... 4 ' .
ristence at the South, as everywhere else. Wher- ,n jaJ blS,h 88 " present, nearly equal
ever tbe southern people have taken bold vf their to Sao Francisco rates, good work cannot be pro
wrecked fortunes with conrage and hope. Jetting cured there at any advantage over our own
bygones be bygones, they bave brought hack , ,
much of their old prosperity, and in mme places ! hP. But the paltry attempt to break us
are better off than before the war." i down, ia on record.
ne nave not dccb iurni6Dca with a list of
prices for Planters Iron Work" at Honolulu,
Ta r7ia?' -K like that of France after the
oatue 01 oavra." Ru68ia has her traditional
T h!D'"j fu,lfi11' to bringabout the final triumph
. . Oross over tle Crescent. She grows im-
T;nt, as she believes the time has come to
dnfcs the Moharoedan Power to the other side of
the Bosphorus. Turkey is weak and tottering as
she stands, but her existence is ptill considered a
Etrt of the traditional policy of the balance of
uropean power. To that policy the combined
powers of Germany Prussia and Austria will
most probably adhere. Russia, with France;
Italy and little Denmark as allies, and possibly
England with her fleets, will enter the lists
against united Germany. This is the great im-
fjnding war. It is to result in the fall of the
urkish Empire in Europe, and tbat means, the
triumph of the Christian religion in the East.
Mohamedan:mn is the enemy of progress.
Aggressive civilization is tbe expression of Chris
tian thought. With Turkey, Mobamedanism
prevails; with Russia, Christianity advances.
10-4 and 100 inch Cotton and Linen
Sheeting " .
40 and 45 inch. lMllow Case Cotton and
8'4 Homespun and Bleached Table Linen,
A Large Assortment of Napkins.
A FIXE SEW LOT OF AMEJilCAX
I Fin & Seaiffili Unirellannels.
THE ABOVE WILL. BE SOLD CHEAP.
Samples Sent to the other Islands if desired.
A Fine Assortment of
AMERICAN AND ENGLISH
Expected by Moses Taylor!
0. II DAVIES
oi:ri:!i for male:
C2 ..A. 3t5. C3r O
A l BR. SCHR. SEA BREEZE;
pORTLAND CEMENT, ?
BRICKS, Norway Shape;
LIME, NAVY BREAD,
NEW ZEALAND ROPE,
WINDOW SASHES & DOOES.
ALSO, THE CARGO
Al BR. BRIG WINDHOVER,
gROM SYDNEY, A NO CONSISTING OFt
Fine Brandy, Genevr.,
Hunte2 Palmer's Biscuits,
Lea & Perrin's Sauce,
A . Candles, Corks,
300 tfons WallseiidCOA IV!
FARINA, FARINA !
'pHE NEW CROP OF THE KOLOA FA Ri
al NA MANUFACTORY ia now ooming io aod for sale in
quantities to suit parebasers at
la T. A. SCHAEFER fc CO.'S.
A Fine Assortment . of Blankets,
JCST RECEIVED PER BARK COMET.
For Sal at Low Kates at
f. A. SCHAEFER jt CO.'S.
GROCERY & FEED STORE !
TA; LLOYD BEGS TO NOTIFY THE
public tbat he bas purchased the stock in trade of tbe
late Ana of Crowell 4c Co., and that he will continue the
Grocer, Baker and Feed Store I
OLD STAND, No. 74 FORT ST.,
where be intends to keep constantly on band.
The Best the Market affords in his Line,
And where he will be happy to meet his olj customers.
Doors Open at Daylight.
N. B Orders tram the other islands will meet with prompt
ALSO, C A IX G O
OF THE A 1 BRITISH
DUE THIS MONTH
jpiROM LIVERPOOL, WITH A FULL
ENGLISH GOODS !
McOnie's Coolers and Clarifiers,
1 Star Haymaker,
4 inch Leather Belting,
Liverpool Salt, &c., &c, Sec.
AJL.SO, FOR SAXJE !
j THF FINE A 1 BRITISH 8CH00SK&
; TO T Register.
Id fine condition, newly coppered, and well found.
THEO. H. DAVIKS.
V MARKING PUNCHES '"'Vf"
and Names Boew-Taps aod Dies I Spr'njW
tol Cocks, and other work In Bteel and Copper j
S' Brandiug-Irons, mads to order. ..-
k. W. ANDREWS.
rw-ri.r. m.v h left .t Mr. OoDPer's shop. King Btreet. or
sent by mail to Honolulu P. O. box No. II. " 2ln
TMIK UNDERSIGN EO II A V I NO H E E X
appointed Administrator of the Kstate of M. HOOLKIA,
deceased, requests all perfcons having any proerty or holding
any leases from the abore estate to account to him, and all
claims aealnst the ahore estate must be presented within six
months from tbe date of this publication or they will be forever
barred. W. C. PAKKK. Administrator.
Honolulu, Ang. 21st, 18T1.
WANTED THREE THOUSAND DOL
LARS for one year at ten percent., interest. Real
aulli S. B. DOLE, Comer Fort aid Merchant Bla.
TO LET !
A VERY DESIRABLE COTTAGE
with 4 rooms, on the niauka side of S:hool Ctreet, west
of Nuuanu. Inquire of the anderalgnad at Dr. Hllle-
braoo's pardtn. (suli lm) ANTON B OfcOllOH.
TWO DWELLING HOUSES IN HO
NOLULU, both conveniently situated, wlih lour rooms
each. Kitchen, bath house and out houses, will be
leased at moderate prices by the month or year,
jyl Apply to W. C. JON Kg.
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED BY
li. A. WidemaDn, on Judd Street. Apply to
d3 J. L KltUKVDU.l.
TO LET !
A VERY DESIRABLE JiEW ..
COTTAGK, contaioing an elegant parlour, ff-Z
three or four bedrooms, dining room, kitchen
and pantry, bath house, servant's bouse, o. The House is
rurrouoded by gsrden and pasture grounds, and is pleasantly
located in one of the most healthy parts of the city.
mylJ Apply to 11 COO f ANOKN W A LI). M. P.
FOR SALE THE COTTAGE ON TI1K
liX- romerv. Apply to
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKIKI TheCotUKO recently occupied by W. L.
Green, at the Beach, W.ikiki. Kent. iO per month.
or by the year at $35 per month.
o29tf - Apply to W. L. 0RKEN.
OLD CAST IKON 1-8 TO 1 CENT PER
Pound, will be given, according to quality, by the
m26 . HONOLULU 1K0N VTuBKd CO.
TO LET OR LEASE !
THOSE VERY DESIRABLE
PR KM Id KS on the Plains known aa ULL'.
LAM, at present occupied by Mr. 8. B. "I
Doie. The Dwelling House consists of a lares far.
lor. li nine Room, Three Bed (Unni and Pantrr. two Is res
Btore Roam on basement there Is also, on the land a Cottage
containing two rooms, detached Kitchen, cervsnl's House,
CMablee, ee., ire., with a well of good water. Possession
given on the first of Ju'y next. For further pnrtiuulars,
myiO tf. apply to JAMES 8. LKMON.
if n't J
TOBACCO, CIGARS, Sic,
NEW STORE ON QUEEN ST.,
Opposite C. Brewer It Ce.'o. W
Where you will find the Largest and Best Assort'
- imnl in this Line.
of every description. Including tho
Turther on Hand, in good assortment,
Via: Umbrellas, Walking Sticks, Fancy Soaps,
Rimmel A Oosnell's Pomede, nalr Oil,
, Tooth Paste, Shaving Cream,
AND all KINDS of PERFUMERY.
ORDERS FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS
, , Are Particularly Solicited, ,
And will be executed with the utmost care and dispatch, to
,24t QUEEN 8TREET.
BsSE? mi FR,E5fDS
HE HAS THIS DAY OPENED A
TOBACCO & CIGAR STORE I
: IN TBI . ,
BUILDING, QUEKN STREET.
Adjoining H. Hackfeld Sc Co. .
It will command bit spoof al attention to supply this market
Ctolcrt sad most Favorite Brands sad Dewrlptlaai
of aO tK articles In bit Use, which wlH b.
0olc& at TjiQW llBurea:
'.o Insure the patronage of th. public.
; H. B0LLMANN,
tt St Queen Street.
FUII2 UNDERSIGNED IIAVIXlJ
An addition to bis
he Is now prepared to shnw his ynnl to sV J
blm with a call. He has also removsd bis ,
am. building, (op stslrs) wtaars be will be bil
his friends that want any new work or repslrln,!
Thankful for past favors, he would solicit
Honolulu, July 1st, 1171. I'"
NEW HOTEL BUIl
TER ,11 OF YEAfl
M BUILDING, now being erected la 110)
ready for occupancy on tb. I
xst or January next, i
TTIII hf. fr.m that data Tut
IT IS BUILT KXPBEstLY t
FOR A FIRST-CLASS K:
And t.l bis end
la Filled wlih all ib Appll.nr;
ls llse Bsislsirea, tl
The Premises are in the Centa;';
Are spsolous, and well shaded with trsti, t
distance from th. steamers' wharves. 1
It has Entrances from C;
F I reel. Ihsit bwsistd '
And, besid. th. main butldlne;, tbervsnr
TAG KM which will b. leased, if osiirX ft'';
Lodftnct. Th. fir
nnnriTT n utttt t nfrfflw's
AAUAAAU lO AIUAU A Ui VU.ul.
. Am . m ttt s a sm it
ISO icei dj 73 ieei, wnn vru
on tb. front and rear aides.
Contains Fifty-eight I
Th. Dlntnff and Billiard Rooms are stcb I
Parlor, 21 by S3. Oenls' Parlor,
can be used singly or In suites.
HIV syNVN e-
Water from the Govertmer j
Is laid on In all th. rooms, and mains for f , .
to be distributed to . burners, whsa y f
THIS HOTEL MAY BE Le;
Tertsi ef lr,
And It offers a first-rate ebanot for Hx'f it
Profitable and Perznanecti
Parties desiring to Leas, may apply si
ChoicQ and CheapB
Whllf. away Leisure TinitUo
CAN BE FOOD AT TI109.1 J
Standard Works ' of
Which now establUbed upon a yen.-
Stationery and News Depot, I,
Honolulu. Tb Library eooi(
Chief Work of all tht moot Emiiri:
' lulmuH'ut rietloa, aaitVpr
, . . . s -
Rflettlonnf . I
New Novels :idr '
TERMS OF 8UBnCairT10Nr,(I
One Book at a time eoOsjsv'E:
Two Books at a time 00
Three Books at time 12 00
Four Books at a time 1 "
Residents of the Olbrfj
Supplied at tb. asm. rates, lbs prol
rJ k.i, HiuLi ttaine effected sit"
" " -- rr
diUonal cost for frsijht,
XT Books issued t. Nsr Sowse'1
rates, varying from cenU to 40 cents p" ,
Ia murk tA rtritm. W
rT Circulars and CaUlofoss wnP' j
win be forwarded free anon appll"00- J
oommeDos at any tiros. j (
A FULL tCPPtT Of
ENGLISH, : .
reAwcnaners. Matrarlnf s &
" w " B H ' ft I
Order, for Currier Back
j At 1
Thos, 0. Thrum. BUtioner
' u.Mt..nt RLTSSt. Bonolala. -my
COEK, COES- q
a sMlLL LOT WAlAH7 rl
A r'.n,. Vo.Hal.bV I w ;
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mm, tr-num STT" iKD
September 1st, H7I.