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FklDJT, OCTOBER 13, 1871
4 nvr- rale of d-rabe and .easooable goods wa.
hU two J v. iu fi l Eartow's Aortic rows, at
t - pricea wctt reaEaai-
TV? trr-a arr-.Ta since mi last have been 7th. Porta
re Lark -"'. t-wa Callau, Ilucgkocg ; blh, Haw
: -a bars r a Bortuo, Berchandiee to C. Brewer
. Co-, Awnan hark Jrrlt, from Naaalmo. V. I.,
-fcc'UlI. HkfcUCo-, l'Jth, German bark
t- . , fr-s o Fraociaeo tr Tbkohasta-
Z t drpulvt have been 1jO, H4aelw., 1r Yfkofaaroa ;
: i . Cr f Her song , latfc, 5W, for Taluti via Kk-
Fr! the Arctic.
be 6rvt nn this kuoi tr the Arctic net wa. re
tJ ua Ti-y Uf. via fan Franciaco. Tbe traLx
.r-i C'i arrived at that port oo tbe 17th 12 day
f- n ih r"tir nreu.uJ reports tie fcflowjEg
?.'-of July Kr.hs
... f 00 barrels.
... 400 walros.
... 00 "
... J0 -
-. - --
1 ' .rv
t"r. .iT -
j -t v
j TV? ........... ..... - --
.. -o4 kft..... - -
i . otlhw:ft
H.-k Or 1 vu store is tbe ice aod a total kwa.
-rra was Ut to Ike ice, am dnwo uin-,w
act o m or beard rf -ce tbe I2ih Je- bad j
jt btuM-r "B
-t -xx Uard wben tke naiirrs ere oo board of j
jfT tbe Da.Msle Iiiaxt'a Park Faar.y vaa xyrt by See,
-kt- a r ill, wak VjQ barrel walraa. Tke aeaaoe baa
tr- . a Trry : tor, and lite a oumbr of Teasria bad wa
, -J wore r leaa damage by tke ice, toM of Mem, eopjr,
Aaur ( tae ouasber damaged, were tie Bejkleer, Coo
. .r.U, and E.lxat-tk tnft.
Wbaliac Flt Fall Sea 1811.
h r tte Urorof A. J. Cartriskt, comis.wmtoa mrr-
. - t, w are enaHled to preaeot tae fotlovicf Bat of wbalert,
' - fiuu( tbe et now eraiaiDC in the Arrlic Ocean s
orr riaav iiimi.
AaW k.. .Nortoo MuMti-iu, MilrhcU
t Owen t Orvrf.
.,y Head. Klly '
O rje Uuwiaod, Koowlra '
v I J'ba WeOa. Peaa
' J, llaniil
' y, BaV-'y
Tk-Jtbaa lM:luaoo, Vtmia
orr nut asoii.
r iut-tk Swi?t. Blirm i Minerra, ATWa
.!-nry Tabrr. Packard OUrer Crocker. Fiaker
- fw, wift I BoBiaa. Jenn
orr rocara actao.
JOfordia, Jooea I Iniel Webster, Marrio
orr rirrw rttaon.
I iropa. Mn I Mary, Berendeea
A-C.tc, Tripp ! Oartrt, Klia
haa. UKifUAst Wm Botrk. Wbitoey
Kikoia, Aim Fajea, 5ewbury
.'aamrioa. Teue f Ceorpe. Oabnrne
r ni-y. William J Emily Morpaa, Deiter
TO SO MO HOiULT.
V-btt Taker. Concordia,
J I) Thorn ioo.
PORT Or HOIIOLULU. H. Z.
7 Bchr Kinao. Wahie, from ITawaiL
7portooee bk Cecelia, A Ueaqoita, 32 daye from
H Haw tk Io'aoi, A M Brrpm. 142 day from Boston.
8 Am tk Aorwla, G Bosa.30 dajra fan Nanaimo, V. I.
ft Krbr Kate lee. West, frtra Hawaii.
8 IScbr Ka Moi. Daria. (mm Miui-
s, Schr Manookawai, Tbooipaon, trotn Eaoai.
ft S-hr Fairy Uwfb, Kaair.a. from Kanai.
s frhr Artire. M'llish. ft'm Hawaii.
Jij Sctr H-iuifle. Bunch Hala, from Molokai.
10 Srr Mry Ellt-n. llopa, from Hawaii.
0 Schr HiUie, Kaapani. from Kanai.
10 lirhr Jennr. Burst, frm Kaoai.
lOtw-r bk llonekoog, I Jarbaon, 13 daya from Ban
j J Srhr O-ld F?TVw, Makabi, from Hawaii.
l Brfcr Aooie. Nika. front Kaoai.
frLr laaieila, Peter, from Hawaii.
DEPA RT V R KS.
' 7 Srhr Joaiiita, Dad ait, f Molokai and Mani.
7 Srhr Warwick, John Bail, lor Mokkai.
9 Srbr .Nellie Merrill, Crane, for Maui.
9 (Sloop Lire Yankee, Clarke, for Maoi.
10 eV-far Kate Lee, West, for Hawaii.
10 ctir Artire, Melltab, for Kauai.
10 Krhr Fairy Uoett, Kaaica, for Kaoaa.
--- tvni, Kanai. -
10 rVi;r Manookawau T l'Hniwu, Maul.
10 He tk Hongkong, Jaeobson. (or Yokohama.
11 Port bk Cr-lia. Meaqoita. ftr Hrmgkong.
11 S.r Mary Ellen, Hopo, for Maoi.
11 cbr Jenny, Boras, fur Kaoai.
1 J r-Jir Hatue, Kaapani. for Kaoai.
12 tn.r KUanea, fetctiregor. for Kanai.
13 Kchr Odd Fellow, Makahi, for Hawaii.
15 Am srer 8eima, iinl fr Tahiti ria EAwraibae.
ro Borrow Per Ilaai. Oct. 9th: 1 bx Nautical Al
r , 11a, 14 kz .Nails. Z Whale Boat. IS Boat Darita. S ekl
and Huof a, 24 bndls Oil sjhooka. 64 csks -Bread, 40 bxa
1 ..'..rs, 60 oxm Wbaie Line, 3.059 ft Boat Boards, 6.665 ft
-. -'imJt Buarda, 2 Cabjoaea and Fixtnrea. 100 Boat Knees,
V - voat Timtir, 29 bxa Hoap. 127 pea Plank, 25 bia Corn,
. la Pitrh, 20 bUa Tar, 20 bbto Bosia. bbla ViDegsr, 1 bx
i - Pointa. 21 kr Unod Apples, 115 bbla Pork. 2 ca Dry
-, 8 tea bull, J bndls, 474 bars Iron, 10 Oars. 18
K "'-s 5 bUi P sn ani Wedres, 27 coila Ko, 3 bbk Glass,
I 1 Pomps, 8 pes Pipe. 2 Iron Pomps and Fixtures, 5 bbla
" j Boxes. 1 bx do, 2 bbls Dead Eyea. C2 bakes Dock, 2 bWs
: .. 2 bxs Hooka, Sea Lard, 5 Stores. 3 bxa Fixtures. 60
Oakom, 60 cska Comherland Coal, 30 bxa Preserves, 6
-. rUt, 11 rs Yeaat Powdera, 10 cs Corn Ktarch.lOOes
V aicbea, 10 hf bbla Paint. 60 tUs Cement, 215 kf Nails. 25
' Gonny Bas. 10 Ms Bireta, 177 fs Pine Lnifib-r. 20 cs
1 r.rlM, 11JW hndls a(ar Bbooka, 6u Containers' Heads, 2
rw Mdac, 1 pr Pknarea, 400 cs Oil, 11 bxs Preserres to C
brewer Co ; 24 eaks I Inula and Uootis, 61 bndls Shocks. 2
Boats to A J t.'artwrisbl ; i cska Heads and Hoops, 10
bivi s Baooas, 1 Whale Bmt to Tboa Lore; lbxMdseloJW
. os'in i T cs Paper to 8 C Damon ; 5 ra Books to J F Togae ;
r-fs Farnitare to C W GeUettc; 12 cs Medicines to M A
P. .rre ; 81 cs Doors and 8aah It C E Williams ; 64 Stores
ai J Cabooses. 25 Betters, 45 bodls Ilollnrare, 10 prrs Fix.
tnr., 7 cs Mmnir; Goods to E O Hall Jc Bon i 1 pkf
t-oj, 1 ptf Giaas, 1 pkf Mdse to J B Atnerton ; 1 bx Mdse
t bobt Neveomb ; 20 bod!s Biicds, 170 Doors to Levers 4c
i'" . sn ; 2O0 kxs Nails, 2 caks B kicks. 18 Stores, 150 ca Oil,
Sv ks Naiia, 104 pkga Handry blase to Order.
Fi NJo Per A areola, Oct- tb: 115 tons Coal
lo I. Hackfekl A Co.
F-a Ilflieiou Prr Cecelia. Oct. 11th :
frrf, bbls 50 tSbark Fins, pkl
I o; per, (old) tbs . gpeoe 5. 17A 20
r arras, lbs 2 341t
Valae Domestjc....91 Foreixn ...$S110.
Vbom 8a Feaxcikco Per liacarkoac, Oct. 10; George
t oa Bomiots- Per C err ha. Oct. 11: Ataaa and wife,
A m, wife ar.d cbiid, and 5 olber Cbtnese.
V -rrrxacM-laUisciiy, 00 tbe 7lb inst, after a linr-rrcf
:. ess, Mrs. J Csrrtsacn. arrd 61 years, naureof
: in, ecotiand. XT Elra PPrs please copy.
r wcrrvasIa this city, on tbe llib inst., after a locg
; fms, Jobs SccTMax,ad about 35 years.
rbeodor Tilton having been, requested by a
'.itnan Catholic newspaper to publish a certain
.r acle " On the Coodition of tbe Daum-d in Hell.
. - tbe " beneRt of the Puritans," declines to do so.
r reason. H says : The Puritans know as
i jcb as tbere is to be known about hell. Tbey
re amocg the original founders of it."
In the cEce of tbe N. Y. Evening Post Mr. Bryant
r a, it ia alleged, bung up a catalogue of words
'. at no editor or reporter is allowed to use. Amoog
- ese interdicted words are bogus, authoress,
r letess, collided, debut, donate, donation, loafer,
treated, ovation, predicate, progressing, pants,
rowdies, roughs, secesh. osculate (for kira.) indorse.
' or approval), lady (for wife), jubilant (for re
- icing), bagging (for captnring). loaned (for lent),
I wted (for informed), realized (Tor obtained).
A New Bedford woman was observed a few even
logs since crawling on her knees through the
"reets, boldiog ber bands up. and accompanied by
woman on either side, who occasionally assisted
VfT to rise to br feet for rest. It was understood
v be in t alfilm-nt of a vow made on tb departure
f ber husband on a whaling voyage, to ne per
formed it be returned in safety.
' A recent number of tbe New York Times con
tains a list ot Tammanyites. with interesting ex'
lanatory notes. It Is bt-aded "Our Governing
families," and starts out with a brother-indaw and
:ye father-in-law ot Governor HofJmaa. each of
trhom. throuzh relationship, has secured a good
uier. Thea come tbe Sweeneys. with cousins.
brothers-in-law. uncles, etc, and innumerable eot-
litrrals. all unite comfortable and happy, we should
: tdge. from tbe salaries and perquisite which they
receive. Starting with William M. Tweed we have
numerous little Tweeds, with a host or tboe who
.-.r. atiirhrnl bv marriaee to the Tweed family, all
..nirnr as well as could b expected. Following
them are the Connollys. Smiths. Bradjs and IIU-
tona. with their - kin roist." it very gratu jag
t. know now-a-dava that when we vote tor a man
Jit oCce we freqaeatiy vote to have the whole fam
ily supported by the people. Relatives are not so
tr," rvMu-h " about little IrTfRulariuea. and ia
k;. urk.i. tb wcr-t lie. Will Saa Franeisco
cace-boldrs pUae leare at tlw AU,i offiee a list of
tbeir relatives wbo enjoy oiac r mnr uiu8
tk. ...rv.w.rs? Second cousins of yonr wives
-.'-s r,t K inrlnded ia the list. We desire to
sham Nw Yorkers. ad
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11.
Our Sugar Interests, r
Daring tbe past week the usual trade winds
hare become interrupted and are succeeded bj
ligfct westerly aire, and the barometer Las giTen
us warning that we maj Boon lock for the setting
in of oar usual autumn raine. Though tbe Bum
mer that ia now about ended has not been
marked bj any great augmentation of tbe utual
beat, and onr agricultural interests have not
Buffered materially on account of want of rain,
still our graziers and sugar growers will welcome
tbe advent of the periodical konas as a sign that,
whatever else they may have to contend against,
they will be spared the discouragement attendant
Speaking of sugar planters particularly, as
representing the largest number of agriculturists
on these islands, we are led to reflect upon tbe
maenitade of their undertakings, and tbe impor-
tance, in acnanc:aJ point 01 View, OI mc
manufacture of euear. A mo-
i- , .
ment s consideration will snow u
portance of these interests to our whole commn
nitv catnot be overestimated. Their influence
permeates and is fet, more or less, in every branch
or industry, and affects every body's pocket.
Whether it in better that it should be sugar
than something else, is not for us now to con
sider. We must take the fact that sugar grow
ing is now and must for years continue to be tbe
permanent industry of tbe islands, and address
ourselves to the task of making tbe best of it.
Starting out with the proposition that " sugar
is made in the field," we are led to speculate
upon tbe best mode of keeping tbe field in good
growing order. While we know that in some
localities tbe cane can be left to grow pretty
much " according to its own sweet will," and
that there are to be fund conditions of boil and
facilities for irrigating that enable the planter to
calculate upon a crop each year, still tbe practice
is not a sound one, and due attention to the fxee-
inzof the field from everything foreign to the I
cane will always be rewarded in the product J
token from tbe centrifugal. Uur sugar planters
have as a general thing, earned by their patience
and perseverance an adequate reward, even though
many of tbem may never have received it. That
errors have been committed, that tbe whole sub
ject has been painfully learned in that hardest
and most expensive school, experience, we all
! know, and though in some instances perhaps it
would seem as though tbe lessons had not been
much profited by, 61.111 our planters as a body,
know now what tbey mu6t avoid as well as what
tbey must address themselves to. Possibly, their
over sanguine expectations have led tbem in
some instances to go ahead more rapidly than was
prudent, and they have been obliged to retrace
their 6teps and check their ardour, but if disap
pointment has been overcome by a firm purpose,
and their initial efforts have disclosed perils and
pitfalls that can now be avoided, we have good j
roaRon f.,r anticinatinj? that the eu-rar interest
,-r. f,r rrv tPnnmmte all who have !
(riven tn it their time and money.
mnv.tH,n no In vo tho rnrfiirajrin(r reflection !
v " -v " o e '
that the foreign markets for our products are not ;
remote, that they are large, and rap dly incrcas- j
in in capacitv for consumption.
ing in rapatnj ux w t j
Another very encouraging feature in connec- 1
tion with this subject, is the steady faith held by
those who. of all others, are the best able to
judge of the entire aspects of tbe sugar interest,
fairly and searchingly we mean the sugar grow
ers themselves. No one, going over a plantation,
can judge of tbe f nal result so well as him who,
knowing all tbe conditions of soil and water, of
labor and machinery, daily superintends and con
trols tbe entire business, from its initial point to
tbe final shipment to the agent.
' While we would award all praise and honor
to tbo6e who have, as agents, cared for and
promoted the plantation interests, and to wbom,
in a large degree, is due tbe steadily increasing
shipments of this great staple, we would insist
upon the primary importance of securing the
best superintendence obtainable in the field as
well as at the train of the vacuum pan. That
men, in every way qualified to fill these positions
are to be had, is well known. And the question
of the expense is met by the paramount good
resulting. Strict economy, with such men to
direct 'its application, can be easily practiced,
while without them, the leaking at the bunghole
must always exceed the saving at tbe spile.
We believe in tbe truth of the proverb" In
the multitude of councilors there is safety, and
in our newly organized Chamber of Commerce,
lies the elements of prosperity for our producers
especially, and we hope to see that body inaugu
rate such measures as will lead to tbe advance
ment of the best interests of sugar growing in !
What constitutes smuggling? In view of a
recent case in the Police Court of this city, in- i
quiries like this have been made, and thereby we
have been prompted to examine the law on the
subject. We find it com prised in Chapter 70 of
the Revised Penal Code, and after a careful peru- ,
sal, we find that tbe offense of smuggling consists
in landing any dutiable article whatever, without
its having first passed through the Custom House.
No exception is made in regard to articles which
may be brought on shore for personal consump
tion by a passenger, and this was the case referred J
to. A wealthy Chinaman (so reported) brought
on shore concealed on bis person a quantity of
opium, which was worth, as prices go in the
opium 6bop of this city, three or four dollars,
which opium had not been entered at tbe Custom
House. According to law, the person landing it was
iable to fine, or the ship from which it was land
ed might have been seized, and tbe opium confis
cated and sold. Tbe same rule applies to all ar
ticles, being goods, wares or merchandize, sub
ject to duty. Tbe plea that this particular Chi
naman was an inveterate and inordinate smoker
of opium, and that the quantity found on him
would perharo last for bis own consumption only
a limited time, says nothing against the express
provisions of tbe law. Tbe question arises, of
what use is it for custom house officers to exert
themselves any further for the prevention of petty
smusotling. Tbe smuggler of spirits, or any
other high-priced luxury, may evade the law by
pleading that be is in tbe habit of using tbe ar-
tide extravagantly, ana tnat in wringing is on
shore be is only providing lor bis own necessities.
Tbere is do use in having laws unless tbey are
. . a m W .
enforced. They do these things omerenuy in
San Francisco. Recently, for violation of a
Custom House law, in not having manifests ready
for tbe board! Dg-o Seer, the following named
vessels have been fined : British ship Chohila,
from London, $200; American bark Frances
Palmer , from Scammon's Lagoon, $200 ; Ameri-
n bark Almatia. from Columbia Kiver, $JU
The imposition of these fines is in strict accord
ance with existing law, and, says the Mercantile
Gazette, " will probably cause a reform in tbe
negligent manner of doing business, which
to have become too prevalent."
A roaarsFOXDEXT in to-day's paper very neatly
hits off some points in tbe characteristically per
sonal attack on us which appears in tbe govern
ment organ of Wednesday. For ourselves, we
feel a degree of difgust in meeting an antagonist
who perpetually dodges and begs tbe question at
iaeue to attack men rather than measures, and
we beg to decline the challenge to join in throw
ing dirt- "We have plainly and thoroughly enun
ciated our principles upon topics of public and
national Interest, and the acts of government
ofiSciala, and shall continue to do so whenever fit
ting occasion offers. A column of exposition
might be given as to the unfair and injurious com
petition with which the publishers of this journal
have to contend, from a subsidized press. But
tbe public are aware or the general fact, and m
the struggle of right against might, while we feel
that we have tbe sympathy and support of the
public on our side, we patiently bide our time.
The Chamber of Commerce have had a meet
ing during the past week, at which however, the
only business transacted, as we learn, was tbe
adoption of a code of By-Laws, and the reading
or a report from the Boom Committee. Ibe
place of meeting of the Chamber herealter will
be up stairs ia the building of Mr. Godfrey
Rhodes, Kaahumanu street.
Chixese us the Police Cocm. Daring the first
pxt of the past week, day after dty the Police
Court room has been pretty well packed with the
shaven heads of the children of the Flowery King
j nirtiM in action or spectators. If
UUU fcAJ-. .
Hawaii had but a Treaty with that Empire, the post j
r nani r.f rbina would be one worth filling. The
first case on Monday morning was that of a China
man who came from Callao as a passenger on the
bark Cectlia, bound to Macao, arrested on Sunday
on a charge of smuggling opium. It appeared that
on landing from the ship, the Chinam-n in question
was searched ty the Custom House officer, who find
ing upon his person a small can of prepared opium,
such as is sold here fur smokiDg by Chinese, caused
him to be arrested. The bail, which was $1,000,
was immediately furnished, and the man set at
liberty. On the trial it was proved by the Chinese
doctor of the ship, that the defendant was a most
inveterate smoacr i upiuu, ui
! ..t,.r.nt;n.n fnr liim to use no the Quantity pro-
, . g- h. in a half a day. The
Qoart discharged the case, on the ground that it ap- i
peare(i that the opium was brought on shore by the
prisoner ony for bis own use, and not for sale. On j
Monday also, Wm. A. Markham, licensed shipping
master, appeared atid answered to a garnishee writ
sued out at the instance of T. R- Foster, owner of
the brig Kmntham'ha V. It appeared that Mr.
Markham hsd in his hands the sum of S50 each of
a number of Chinese, who were owing for passage
money from Tahiti to this port, the said Chinese
having shipped to work on a plantation on Maui
On Tuesday, Mr. E. Preston, counsel for the Chinese, j
arrared, and in their behalf confessed judgment in ;
favor of T. R. Foster in the sum of S25 each. On j
Wednesday, Ahsee, a Chinaman lately from Tahiti,
vas brought up under a warrant of arrest for
threatening the life of Ahfat, who has been here some
time, and is employed as a cook. It appeared that
the quarrel coiumeuced in Tahiti, where Ahsee had
committed a murderous assault on Ahfat, for which
he had undergone imprisonment. On meeting here.
the former said to the latter, "An, you escape in
Tahjti, but 1 will Kill you nere. xue vawi
I.. . . . t c-r,Si , L a. I
A ll see to give UOOvtS in iue eum v v v.j 1
P6 or one year-
Antm, W1)0 Keeps a vuiuwe
on,l Knr. I'm tr lionse corner of Maunakea
etree w arrested on the sworn complaint of Wm.
Alwortb, a police oSicer, that he feared he would do
bin, a bodily injury. It appeared Itbat Ahtm bad
nureBx M bu having been arrested by
Alwortbt th&t y a.notber party had not been present
he " would have broken his head." Tbe Court took
time to consider woetuer -sucn language m rr
, , 1 , I A H,..,1t Ka jtnnctriliwl intn s, I
tbe'urend Te gment on TW
day morning by ordering Abtm to give bonds in me
sum of 50 to keep the peace for one year.
The question of the legality of Sunday marriages
is exciting coneideraMe attention in legal as well
as clerical minds. There set-ms to be about an
equal division of both parties in this important
mutter. It is held that as marriage is a legal civil
contract, and that legal civil contracts are illegal
if mde on th. Sabbath, it is void if performed on
this day. An interesting test case is now pending
in Rochester. A millionaire died there recently,
an.l willed all his rroDertv to the cbildren-of his
second Wile, Ul-inllerlling two W DIS own l-miuren.
Tbe marriage wa performed on fcunn.ay. 11 is not
clear bow this will invalidate tbe will should the
decision be against Sunday marriages, but some
lawyers believe that iu such a case the will could
and would be broken. If the court decide that
marriages are invalid if performed on that day, no
doubt many more interesting and pointed cases
x-1 1 i 1 ri j
TJflYAT. TT A WATT AN THEATRE ! ' illness whidKaased tbe sutpenion of tbe performance in
XbUXikU AAxa. 11 1 1 1 AUUAAMii ., . u. Mond-r. and that be will bare the honor to
SATURDAY EVENING, Oct. 14th.
Last Matinee and Last Night!
TWO PERFORMANCES OP
Prof. LOUIS HAYSELMAYER
UNDER THE PATRON AG G OF
HIS MAJESTY THE KING!
Wlih the best Programme yet offered to the people
of Honolulu, and never perfonned by
any one else.
Change of Programme each Performance
DOORS OPEN' To Matinee at It, to commence at 2 o'clock.
To-tiight at 71, to cemxence at 8 o'clock P. M.
PRICES OF ADMISSiOX. .
M ATIN KB Dresa Circle and Parqnette 60 cents , Ib-aerred
Seats SI; Children bair price, muiii-ureas iirae ana
Parqaette 1 : Reserved Seats $1-60 ; Pit 60 rents.
rr Reserred Seats can be secured at 11. M. Whitney's
ACIRD. HAVI.Mi urxiuru nr.
maininv here nrrmanently. the tinderBlrned offers his
services to the cHtaens of Honolulu as a Teacher of Music, in
cluding Tbr neb Bass ; also, of GeraaT, French and Spanish.
Enracemeois to play for concerta, parties, c , made on reas
onable term 1 also. Pianos tuned sod repaired.
. . A in . t Tk.1. PValiM will tk
Any oroer teti at auu. " - -
pntnptly attended to. Professor W. MCLLER.
BROWN & CO.,
MPORTKBS A1SO DEH-BRS I ALES.
WINKS AND SPI1UI3, AT WHOLrALB.
9 Merchant S;reet,
Honolulu, B. I.
ESTATE OF CR0WELL & CO.
. . r sn r- k n c- trek ak V aTb 1 fi
mm , ,k. iii t na.vMe to the Creditors of CroweU
fcCo.. niTldrtaM ef Filly p-r Crsl... at the Store
of H. My, 68 fort Street. .,,?. ' . ,
FOR StLE-THB DESIRABLE RESI
r.Krr. known as "Green rield." situated In Pleasant
Vaiiey on Liliha Street, west side, and containing about two
ani one hK acres of land, one Good Tenement Hoose, (nearly
Aonlainioc seven noaw, wuu aeTerai "u"is'
ol4 tf. r jT pmoii pfij - " " "
nnl OF 1871 SCGAR Ac MOLASSES,
ol4 Sm for Sale by C. BRKWKR 4r Co-. Agents.
Hercliant Street, a Large Assortment
ALES, WINES, SPIRITS, &c.
VrrjICH WILL BX
SOLD LOW AT WHOLESALE
AT BB0WS ft CO3.
Dr. Stone's sermon.
Hosolclc, October lSut, 18T1
Num. BLaca Ac AtLD .
ei.-Hapmit, a few day. aince, W take up your PP".
Jblcb ke refcr. to tbe manoe, in Sabbk-k
in Hawaii, a -enteoce kick, a. U aeemed to me, ,
birbeat We cplUpent u. tbU c-cmctuty. tbe
liTy a. . can Onory ad
peculiar emphaai.: -It U not resfba. it tarn"
city, to go to churck." - ,.. nined here
Tbi. eaphatic d-larati of b Wr
may bare been Urely eampore but fJto
Li .... 1 h nt,v be. it aeein w '
to be expectea trooi
Hibo, October 4th, 1871.
Me. Editor : A death (from typhoid fever) oc
curred in Hilo last nigLt which deserves especial notice,-William
X.pe, a young native, long, and up
to the Ume of his last short illness, assistant teacher
v,1;ci,Bchool. where under the present In
spector General. Mr. Hitchcock. I believe be received
his education. He was wea ana
all residents and to many transient visitors. As a
pure native teacher, he stood among the first of his
class, and was remarkable for his energy and real,
amiable temper, attractive manners and gentlemanly
deportment. He possessed some accomplishments
not usually found among natives. In musie he was
both student 'and teacher, and the present H1I0
Band, which is quite a creditable affair, was created
and instructed almost solely by him. He had many
friends who will miss him sadly.
Tlioufflits on tloumallsm.
Tn Ihp Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
g,B :HaTiDg always taken an interest in jour
nalism as a fine art, I read with considerable interest
the editorial on that subject in last Wednesday's
Gazette, with the hope that I might get some new
ideas thereon, and I have no hesitation in saying
that I succeeded.
As I understand the writer, a newspaper will suc
ceed in this community if the editor ia " accustomed
to associate in our community on intimate terms
with our most respected citiiens." This dogma being
promulgated, we, (the community) are left to decide
upon who are our most respected citirens," and as
we can all claim amongst our intimates those for
whom we feel the greatest respect possible, though
others may not, the question becomes a rather diffi
cult one to settle. Nor can I see my way clear, even
supposing it to be settled as to who constitute the
body of "our most respected citizens;" fori see
y, persons on " intimate terms " with one or the
other of our acknowledged leading citiiens, who, if
stripped of their wealth, or cast down from their
oficial positions, would have no " terms " at all
from high or low, especially if they aspired to tne
position of editor on either of our weekly papers.
Now I come to the question cf " propriety." I
am told that if you conducted your paper with a
due regard to propriety" you would " have the sym
pathy of business men, always provided you
worked as cheaply and as well as " the Gazette. Am
I to understand. Mr. Editor, that it is improper for
you to disagree with the Government Organ I That
you should not take advantage of your position aa
an independant journalist to comment upon the pub
lic acts of public men, but that your duty is simply
to "enlist the sympathies of business men" by work
ing as cheaply as a subsidized Government paper?
I must confess that such is the impression left upon
my mind by the Gazette, and if I can read public
sentiment in this community aright, you cannot
enlist the sympathies of all classes " by aDy such
I cannot see that the forensic appeal for sympa
thy (?) with which the writer winds up his article,
has anything to do with tbe subject of "journalism,"
and decline to credit tbe statement made that " Tbe
hotel Bcheme is no individual's scheme whatever."
In conclusion let me say that yon are accused by
the Gazette writer of having gone back to the old
hackneyed style of writing, vis : letting the people
know what the Gazette said "foreofj
and that (in consequence?) tbe P. C. .1. is "filled
with hackneyed expressions, appropos of nothing
constantly fault finding without any argument,
rhyme, or reason." And if this last be true, I am
afraid that you had better quote from some other
sheet than the Gaz'tte. Vivasector.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE!
Chas Derby, Proprietor. A. Biacacciaoti..... Director
MADAME AGATHA STATES'
Under the Patronage of His Ma
jesty the King.
IfR, BISCACCIAXTI BEGS
K.. BISbiUUlA.tTI HKUS Ij r. a r
.t ,kt -MR IR I. A N'lilN I has rveorercd from bia
Thursday Evening, 19lh inst.,
In bi Character or ASHTON in srlecLior i from Dooi
aetti's Popular Opera
LUCIA OF LAMMERMOOR!
27e next Ojjera of the Season will be
On Saturday, the 2 1 st inst.
WITH A "KW OPERA, which will be duly announced.
PRICES OF ADMISSION Drew Circle, $160; Parqnette,
tl-00; Pit, 60 Cents. Reserved Seats, 60 cents extra, to be
obtained at WhiUaey's Book Store.
A FURTHER SUPPLY OF
THOS. C. THRUM'S
Stationery and Hews Depot,
Consisting in part of :
I. A VK ROOK!
Memorandum and Pass Books, assorted sises.
Weeklr and Monthly Time Books,
Instruction Books for Aecordeon and Guitar,
Shipping sod Money Receipt Books,
Account Current Paper,
Inks, in great variety i
Pen Holders, a choice assortment;
Parlor Games of Authors, Prorerbs, Ac
Mrs. Slowe's Pink and White Tyranny,
Battle of Dorking, Ac, Ac-, c
AXD 1 FEW COPIES OF LITEST 3ITSIC !
CIRCULATING LIBRARY I
WILL RECEIVE ADDITIONS OF
Any IVew IVovels Published!
Subscriptions received at any time to the same at Oie
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTIONS, (IS ADTANCKJ.
One Book at a time- $ 00 yew. $3 60 six months
Tw Books at s time 900 " 6 00 -
Three Book, at A time 1300 - 7 00 -
FonrBook.aia Ume. 15 00 - 60 -
XT The increasing demands upon the Library require n new
Subscribers or Subscribers renewing, to be guUed strictly by
A FCLL. SUPPLY OF
Newspapers. Magazines tt Periodicals
R EC EIT ED BT EVERT MAIL.
Subscriptions thereto recetred at any time, ana Subscribers
on the other Itlaads furnished Free) mf Postwfje, hj
o!4 THOS. Q.THRtTt, Statiooeraad Sews Dealer.
TTT A WTTTI I
a MAN ACCUSTOMED TO M1XK1XO
A a V1 X-i7 (o7) J.H WOOD.
Kaaana Valley, Oct. 7, is 1-
r-UVO OR THREE FA MILT BE5IDENCE3.
4, ArP" '"jOHM THOS. WATEBHOCEB.
TO SENT OR LEASE !
TOE HOLSE AM PREMISES XO. US
au.no Areon. Apply to wtttTAMR.
BUILDING LOTS TO LEASE !
4 T WA1KIK1.XEAR M R. ATH ERTOX'S
A KewBuiMiD. Awyto J.ObILU
Moaolnla. beyt. 8, 1871-
THEHOCSK L1TELV ocuurtr.! ut
U. A. idemann, on Jaaa Birert.
TO LET !
A VERY DESIRABLE XEW
fti!tl COTTAGK. containing an elf-rant parlour,
t .'t 1 1. .0- n. fj mi r heriruom. dining room, kitchen
sod pantry, balk booae, aerract'a boose, c Tbe Hooae u
aarroooded by garden ana paaiure (rvaoui, yirmnu
located in one of the moct healthy parta of the city.
y!3 Apply to HCOO gTANQtSWALP, M. P.
TO LET OE LEASE !
THOSE VERT DESIRABLE
PREMISES on tbe Plain known aa CLC
T.AN'I. at tr-ent occupied by 11 r. 8. B.
roi The Uarellinc Booae eonucta of a larre fir-
tor. I'lDing Boom, Three Bed B-b and Pantry, two urra
btore Room on baaeaoent ; there ia also, on tbe land a Cottage
eontaioinK two rooms, detached Kibrhen, gerrant'a Home,
Stable, c, with a well of good water. Poaseaiio
ciren on the Brat of July next, for further particular.,
myJO tf applyto JAMBS S. LKMON.
FOR 8AL.E THE COTTAGE ON TOE
Reh at WaikikL formerly occapied by Alia MobU
iLLt. pomery. Apply to
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET AT
IITIL'I Tk. Pjitr,M rMrtf1v nmni.d hv W. L
i ' M Aix.n j . 1 - j -
iiHSL Green, at he Beach. f aikikL Bent, S40 per month
or by the year at 35 per month.
el9 tf Apply to W. I GREEN.
No. 48 Fort & King Sts.,
I ADDITION' TO Til EI R OR1GIXAL
AND WELL E ELECT 0 STOCK OF
GENERAL DRY GOODS!
AND HAVE XOW OS UASDt
FiDe black, brown ao grern Silk Parachutes aod Sunshades,
Geal s fine buck Mik I mbrellas,
Ladits fiae Uoe and Buckskin Gauntlets.
tiem-a:&hed Camliric Handkerchiefs,
Cambric do., floe Uosierj, IIir Ntts,
Black, colored and invisible,
Asst'd Ribbons in all colors & shades.
Fancy Tartao Ribbons, assorted
Belt Kibbons. one-Dan ana io inca.
Fancy White Vandyke Crochet Braids,
Tnmminrs and Crochet cottuiis of all maces.
Brocks A Orr". and McNaogbt
White and block Cottons, frum 60 to 160,
A VERY FIXE ASSORTMENT OF FRENCH PKARL
BUTTONS, of all s tes.
Best Knrlith Pios, Millwood & Son's Needles,
Telegraph do , Uair fins, eewiog ei.ka. ack uomot,
1D MIST OTHER ARTICLES IN Hi BESD1SB EUT
Too " uinerou t Mention.
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OP RIMMEL'S,
COSXELL'S AND LCBIX'S
Tooth Brushes, Combs and Hair Brushes,
Florida Water, Pomades, Cocoaine,
Fancy Soaps and Cherry Tooth-Past,
Also John Gosnell's Odoriferous
Compounds for Scenting Drawers !
And a Select lot of Paper Knives,
Including a Choke Assortment of
FANCY LIGHT BRILLIANTS AND PRINTS I
Scotch Ginghams, SUrtins, Table Napkins. .
Liuen and Cotton bbeetifrs, iiucka&oca.
Mosquito Netting, Turkish ami liuckabock Towels,
AU Wool, White and Colored Flannels,
rine W bite Ljnen orm,
Superior Luieu Dock,
Brown Linen Drill,
FAxCY I-IE-X DRILLS.
Pillow Linen and Cottons,
llawkin's At Uorrock's White Cottons and Long Cloths,
A very Superior Article of American Brown Cottons,
tieary English do., Irish Uiten, msa crown uoiiaoa.
A Choice Article in Mantel Linen.
4,10 4. 11-4 and 12-4.
WHITE fc COLORF.D TOILET TERRY COCNTERP A N ES,
GRASS CLOTH & WHITE BEILLIANTS,
Fine Black Cohoargs, Black Silk Luster, and Alpacas,
Italian Cloth, Fancy Coboorgs aod a new article in
Maroon & Drab French Merinos !
Clioice ZSXiislin Curtains,
With Embroidered Band and Cambric Edges, and
1 FEW FIXE J1P1SESE SCAHFS LEFT
JCST MARKED OFF, A CHOICE INVOICE
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Including Ties, Scarf Uandktrcbief. Collars.
Brace?, Hosiery, tilorrs. White Shirts, Bata,
Crimean and Regatta Shirts, Fancy and White
Duck Soils, and a small but good assortment of
mack Cloth F.iiits,
Vests and Coats.
Honolulu, Oct. 10. 1871.
THEO. U, DAVIES
HAS JUST RECEIVED FER
OTHER ARU1 V4LS.
IINE PRINTS, WHITE SHIRTINGS.
' Brown Cottons, Cotton Drills. Linen Drills,
Hemmed Handkerchiefs. Fine Ltnen.
Brown Line a. Embroidered Muslins,
Laenos, t iodow Curtains, Linen Tbread,
Of all Colors, Weights and Sites.
Hesry and Medium Blue Twined F'annel,
Floe Heavy Blue Cloth, Terd Ponchos,
Wiret Rugs, Carpets. Crimean Sbirta,
White Cotton Shirts. Liueu frhirta, Bacs and Bagging,
Pitot Jackets, Pilot Trowaers, Alpaca Coats,
Floor and Table Oilcloths,
Ind Coope & Co.'s Ale,
Tenoent's Ale, Derenlsh's Ale,
Blond. Wolfe A Co.'s Porter, DonriHe's Whisky,
Bernard's Old Ton. Bernard's Ginrer Wine,
IrUU and Scotch Whisky, Jamaica Rom,
MarUll and Uennessr's Brandy, Fine Port,
FINE SHERRY, !H CASKS AHD BOTTLES.
McOnie's Coolers, Wrought Iron Pomps,
1 Star Haymaker Unsomo A Sims,
Iron Bedsteads and Beats, Hoop Iron, Bar Irea,
Liverpool Bait, Fire Bricks, Fencing Wire. Ac
Cros88 & Blackweirs Pie Fruits !
Pickle and Oilmen's Stores, Speras Candles,
NEW ZEALAND ROPE,
Of New and very Superior make.
TeUow Nappies, Earthenware,
Glass ware, Sogar Vats, etc
oTan, THS0D.H. BATHS.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO,
The Safest, Largest and Best Company in the World,
THE ASSETS, RECEIPTS, DIVIDENDS, AND ENTIRE
System, arc all Cnsli.
THE ITIUTUAIa LII E
Of IVcr York,
To Alleviate the Wants of the Widow,
OVER FORTY-HVE MttUON O01UB3 M CASH,
INVESTED FOR THJUR CEVEFIT.
J. It. rJELEX, Special Agent,
Jot the Hawsiian Islands.
NO. 13 KAAfiX'MAXU ST,
REFERS TiY PEnMIHHIO.V, TO
Oi Excellency IT. A. PEIRCE, U.S. Mi.Uter Resident; Messrs. 11I8IIOP Ac Co.,
o7 Bankers; A. J. CART WRIGHT, Eq., a.4 J. S. WALKER, Esq.
AVE JUST Kftttn tu rt k m. j
STOVES AND RANGES!
And Offer Fcr Sale THIRTY Different Kinds and Sizes.
AND FOUR DIFFERENT SIZES OF CAD00SES.
-IN ADDITION TO THE-
HABP, BAY STATE, MODEL COOK, BAESTOW COOK,
PATTERN COOK, SAMPLE COOK, VIOL, AND PAELOE OVEN BTOVE,
Most of which are well known throughout the Islands, we now offer the following
1TKW LEADER, Two Sizes.
- n w ... lft hv IA inches. No. 8 inch "Ware.
small families, which can be furnished at moderate cost. It
aod can be operated with great economy.
SO. 6-6 INCH WARE. OVEX 18 fcr 15 IXCIIES.
This is Cook StoTe of ery chaste and original de
sign, od is intended to meet the wants cf U desiring
THE aiEDAL RAIMGE. Four Sizes.
; : m m I PS
THE SUIflillEir RAOEo Three Sizes.
No. Oreo 11, inches by 13 inches. So. 4 Oreo 12 Inches by IS Inches. Ko. ( Orra 13 Inches by l"'DCk
This is a very beautiful article and very perfect in its o$rstioa- All the sses ar. Sited for large ware, with rings nn'
8, 7, and 8 inch.
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED
Ships' and Schooners'
Nao. 1, Z, 3, aiaial 4.
WE HAVE ALWAYS ON
A Most Complete
PL0W8, Plow Points and Plow Handles and Beams, Agricaharal laiplesseou or au aioo A,,tAiou
Wagon Axle, and Pprngs, all. ises;
kers' Tools and rinding Pa.nt.rs'
Calilbrnia Qak Tanned Latnr, rJaroesa, BrMIe a4
Kitchen Utensils a great variety. Madia Rope, J-4, l,and 1 1
STAPLE DRY GOODN!
Amosheag Denim.. Brow. Cotton., Blehe4 CoUoos, A-orted Faory Priou, Tickin. hheeunga. -
A TEET PISK AF80BTMK!(T 0T TH f
Celebrated West Meriden SILVER PLATED WABE'l
Including Table, Dosssrt and Tsa Spoons and Forks, Cak.
Boiled Linseed Oil White Lead and Zinc, and a JlC'
Colored Paint, in OiL T.rpUoe, Keaf Toot OU. r.rniuir. Varnish. Coach Tarwsh. IWr Tarmsh f
D.wert Ker.Se, Car. Mstehes, mem-eter C.
All of which will be Sold at Retail or Wholesale at most Reascn
ICE CREAM, ICE CREAM!
AT BTTFFXJIVrS IIA3L.X..
THIS ICE CREAM OP SUPERIOR. QCAU
T I can be bad
From 11 A. HL. to 10 P. 1L, Every Day,
AT LOWKB. PRICKS THAM KTKA BEFORE !
15 Cls. for 1 Glavaa wr 8ft Cfa. lor S Glaoorw.
.7 las By P. F0RQCR.
LATE PIAXO MUSIC !
WE HCKDRED PIECES OF RECENT
JUST RECEIVED FROM 71 EW YORK
sosgs, waltzes, polkas, jlc, ic
The following complete Operas, with Italian and
Can be Had at only $2.00 each Volume:
Lucia di LammenDoor. by Pooiaettl.
Marriage of Figaro, by Mosart.
Opera ot Martha, by Ton Fkxow.
Loereala Borgia, by Uooiaetu.
II Trovator. (the Troubadour.) by Verdi.
raost, a Lyric Drama lo acta.
Don Giovanni, ia tw. acta, by Mosart.
La SooMtambula, by Bellini.
Opera of Norma, by Bellini.
Fra Diavolo, la A acts, by Aaber.
Ftdelio, In 3 seta, by Beethoven.
Sraani, by Verdi. .
oT lm Tor Sate by U. M. WEOTIT.
HI MM US
have Paid over
and Orphans of their Assured, and have
Mj a i m. . a ruLL AssOKTJUE.TT OF
Oreo 10 by H inches. A New Cook FUrre of anpls lit
has a dump grate and snorable an pan, is quick ia lu sptnifco,
Mo. 14 lorh hK0m
IS, Inches sqaart. i
No. a 7 inch hok,0TSj
It laches sq aare. rp
No. S S Inch tate.Orai
17, inches sqaars. !
Ka. 48 loch fcoie.On
IS by SO Inches squar.
A very arooomtcsl an
da of olegaot eVsip, v
floes so arraafea Ust
firs boiler Ues tui J
osed Is aArsntage.
. i,,..LUiihi Tools. Cuotm't TooU
Hoes, sod Bbp Crpoirs -
....... r- ci . Sm aiaortment.
rtn ' " . , . -,i IDi,,
fJdle Leather, rrencai ' . . . i
- t, Galvanised Iroa Tabs ass Jtackeu.
Basket i . . .
- r.. it C,M.4er C.-r-A, D.e .sde Ox . ,
Prices, by y
E. O. Hall & Son,
Brick Storm, Corner fort aad sUng Straps. Honolnla.
Just Arrived and For Sale
nrUIE " A NTI ASTHMATIC'' SMO'5,'
T toaccoVp- r . v"rtTr4'
purest sua eared Mataia KUut
BbmIab, TtrUsfc Htai lMptrt Cigtrtl1',
Barth.lct Suit Clr Dtmu Clgtrt, j
OatiTj Eirtk KH ChewlBg Ttrtt, j
GciKiie Big Uck SUag T., j
Pvc A gUTtlle'i Tlst Th. i
Pmcb, B.nrrtfi. ai Exptrt Taee.
"KILAUEA" SMOKIKO TOBACCO
Prepared by snysslf of rh. laost bra ads
FOR SALE AT TUE TOBACCO j
ct xj Qoera Btroet, oryoolt. C. Brwwoi
W I.UMG BX II I. WIU r
' AS I
ISVOICE OF niVANA & CEKf,
Or DIFFERENT QUALITIES. I .
FOE SALX BT '