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t'KIDjr, JVXE 28. i:?.
l.T oeJy, In laa LriUliT iiftubl), U fbllowinf
petitions wwc presented aod referred Ui Dm Committee on
CamorrM sod Jo!iciry 1
To ( LfUttv Jsttmslf of fee o Iranian Islands in.
LryiMlatnrt assrmkltd :
The noderaffoed. maatxri of tb Honolulu Chamber of
Commerce, respectfully petition year Honorable Body to re-
OMTort peal so Bach of feciioa 6l of the Civil Code leeles specific
ilTi,Ci (niaoadgru. Molwri, Syrup of EUfc-ars, and Coffee, and
jiT alao the Act s Dec SOU, 1K4, lerjlne a p-c.Xc duty 00
U"1-SI Itlce. . -
"d The swVrstd respectfully repr t1 i Uir
S W speeiac Jut 00 article k V-ertalnly wep-
uuti a tiooai, aod while Dot a soarre of reeei.ue to the country, crr
tM man tua annually and anjostly c-rtin iotexeata.
JJ Uw flofar and Coffee am wery seVton f imported
4Wnt lata this country, and are oo likely tehe, ,
of ? Tbe exceptional y ea Rire diacowrmfes Uade with China,
aMMM 1 najoatly stnks claaa of our laboring population to
whcci Sire is eceeufered a aweeaeary arable ol tooa.
The amality of China Bice to quite different from that raised
la Ueae i'-'t -. asat the operation ef the dittx a simply to
caif ri ear Chinese teberlef clses-a 10 bay a "mors expeosiee
article than they rewelee, for the bee A I f a tew.
That Beaefil ta mace apparent tana raJ,e the price of war
rod act tf Rice hi ree ulated by tbe Ban Francisco market,
where it la avset all ahrrpL Tbe prtt of the Rice culture
ia theae bUa-ds dependa npoo thai market, acd experience hka
sbowa that thia protrxtire duty does not lacreate il.
The mar therefore, eh He It keeps from I be revenue the duties
which sakrat be collected at 14 per cent, ao Rice imported
frcea China, does not akl tbe Rice cullarc of thia Kingdom.
a cheap living for all laboring cfauavs iaeaeeotial tut aucceaa
la a prodocinf country, and tbxee taxes tend to raiae the cost
of living to ao large a part cf 091 U boring popnlatliai, tbe oo
deieignad trnat that jroar Huoonble Body will ire favorable
oooaUeratioo to thia petition.
Signed by 1 W. L. Green, II. Hackfei 1 Co.. C. Brewer et
Ca, A. J. CartwrU-ht, Waiker It AOea, A. 8. CWghora ar Co.,
; T. H. Dartre, U. May, I. B. fet-raon, Lewera Uickauo, A.
W. Peiree ar Co., K. O. UaU A Hon. M. I. Grinnaam Co., G.
Rhodes, Ed. HoVkVro Co.. BoUee de Co., F. A. fVhaeier
ek Cev. O. C. MeUaaa, T. C. Ileock, per C. F. f floger, Afctfif
; ak Aeoock, II. M. W hUaey, Caallr or Cooke.
- T fee Ltiti0Tip4 Jttimif of lit Hawaiian ItUuuU, ia
Ltfitlmtura J$i4mHed, Hit Ex. P. Rakuolttuo, frtri
dntT . .
Tha Baderaigned, soenrbera of the Hoaolnia Chamber of
, Coasmeree woo Id respecUiiny petition yoar Honorable Bjdy to
aasead Bee, M of the ClrO Code by ad-ling to the said Seciiua
I the foOowIng ebMtss
I And as peraea holliog an aoctioreer'a license said bU
aod of Oaba tha-1 be granted any bVenee to sell at wholesale or
retail, general saerchandlae, or epirituoua liquors, except by
i seder ef aoaae petsoa daly Uceaaed to eell ajerohandiae or apir-f-
Yoar netitloiMrs woe Id respectfully repreaent that while It
la dovbOnas -lu the public benriU that Ue number ef licenses
should be limited aa at present, tbe above SMrodaiesi becosaea
eesssary to preteet aaerefaants fraj the diaadraotages of the
prsaanl syatesa, which fires tbe persons bokCng aftetinoeers' fi
ci usee aa andoe adeantage ia baring tbe exclaaire right to sell
by pabile aactioo, while enjrylng all other rights ia connection
therewith. Tear petHiooets woejd aak yoesr CamraMe ennsid
afatioa to this petition. .
J God save the King.
f Bucned by W. L Green. 8. K Caatie. II. nark M4 k Co.,
A.J. Cartwrigbt. A. B Okom 4c Co., C. Brewer Ac Oo., J.
X. Wsterbooae, Boiles Ac te A. W. Peiree Ac Co Grinbaara
Co G. Rbidee, II. May, Ed. Iloffachlaeger A Co., E. O.
Ball at eVn, F. A. Behaefer Ax Co . T. 11. Dariea, IL M .
Whitney, U. J. McLean, Afcog At A chock, T. C. Heucb, per
0. F. ftlager, DUlioghaai ec Co, J. rj. W alker.
Tba) American whaltog bark Triton, arrived at HI to on the
)&d last. 6 rjieoths from New Bedf d, having taken 74 bbls.
of sperm on the paaaage out, wfejah baa been hipped to 'this
poet. The Brat odlcer having brought the vessel out, Captain
Joan Deppliig(otie took command and sailed tbe fuUoviog day
tar Kawaihae. She win touch here lor letters before going
FOH7 Or. HOUOLULUr H. I.
Pchr Active, ylopo, from Kotoa, Kauai.
tJ, icar J oAoita, IhirJoit, from Kaonakakal, MolokaL
li Behr Prince, West, from Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
Xi Am wh bk Joseph Maaweil, il irkmott, ft months
sat from New Bedford, via Morcha, clean.
23 Schr Warwick. John Ball, fin Kaonakakal, MolokaL
34 Brar Annie, KeokL from llilo, Hawaii. .
34 4-hr Mary Ellen. Jim, from Waihee. Maoi.
Mehr tlettie, Kaapani, I mm NawiliwilL
J hr Lake. Kaai, from Moloaa, Kaoal.
22 Bchr IVJ-1 Fellow. Jim. from ililo. Hawaii.
xi T4-kr Masaokawai. Jim. from HUof Hawaii.
S Behr tui Reiki. Patey, from Kabalnl, Maoi.
21 Hchr Ka Mui, Davis, from Kaholui. Maoi.
W Behr rUnan, Makahi, frou Maiiko, MauL
llKchrJeooy. Lambert, from WaimeaAc Koloa, Kanai.
IT rVhr llokaiele, Ahaihala, from Kahooiawe.
tl chr Keooi Aaa, Llkeke, from Koloa, EeoaL
XH eJcbr watnla, AUpal, from Kalaapapa, MoickaL
yj ihr ka sin, uavia, ! Kaanmi.'Maol.
)M r)kwf Live Yankee, Clara, fur Nana, Maoi.
iAa hi hk Joseph Maxwett, Hick mote, to c raiae.
J Jltir.r KUaaea, McGregor, for Maoi and IfawaiL
2 Behr Paaahi, ReyooUa, ibr Kaonakakal. MolokaL
XS rvar Wtrvtrk, John Bull, fbc Kaonakakal, MolokaL
ii Behr Rob R07, J,m, for Laie.
5 Behr Aanie, Koki, for H1I0, HawaiL
Sft Schr Prince, West, for Krasa and Kao, Hawaii.
4s bk D C Murray, Bhepnsrd. for Ban Francisco.
U-asi Ukla Jane A Falklnborg, Forbes, for Portland.
to Behr Isabella, Peter, for Kaneobe.
2 BrJW Loka, Kaai, for Moloaa, Kaoal, via tihalna.
SI etc ar Muraokawal, Jim, for H1I0, UawaiL
M Brhr Hattie, Nika, for Nawiliwtlf, KaoaL
20 Behr Odd Fellow, for UIlo, HawaU.
Jfl liaw brig KaoMhameha V, Wood, for sea.
SB Ben- Joaaiie. Dwrfoit. for Kaonakakal. MolokaL
!r Bee. Moi KeikL Patey, for Kahohii. MaoL
27 Behr Kiaaa, Makahi, for Maliko, MauL
87 rich f Ka Moi. DavU, for Kaholoi. MaoL
Behr llokaiele, Ahaibaia, for lnainaet KabooUwe.
m Behr Keoet Ana, Llkeke. for Koloa, KaoaL ,
a "ear Mary Ellen, Jim, for Maalaea, Mam.
.Projeatedl Drsvot rlarea.
Foa Wutbtii PoT Blmr Kilaoeav sails on Aienday.
VKSSELS IX I'ORT.
C B aJooo-of-war Narracansett. Sleade.
U 8 aloop-cf-war Bt Marys, Uarria.
Am mieinoary brl Morning Btar .lla.ktt.
Am bk Delaware, Rollins, loading.
Bwedtah ship Zaritxa. Bkanise, Inaulrhg ballast.
Nor Ger ship rorgea, Bhren, diarbarring.
Am schr U M Ward. Rickman, dischargtng.
( RcroaT or WitaLiao Biix Jomsph Miiwui'-Cp
Ilickmon reports leaving New Bedford Jan 10th last, aid
meeting Uvorabte winds and pleasant weather thence to tbe
equator, which wss crossed days out. Had moderate winds
to River Platte and cruised there one week i saw whales twioe
and lowered for them wllboo.1 getting an opportunity to striae.
That weather was quite mouerate antil approHChing Cape
Morn, ia the vicinity of which encountered heavy westerly
goalee for eighteen daya and was - hore-io " the greater part
Zf that tiase aod driven to iat AO 0 B. Expeneaeed agreeable
weather after reaching the Pacific, and fell in with sperm
whales three times, towards night in each instance, and ai
abtkoogh the boat lowered for them, they were compelled to re
rara to the ahlp without aa opportunity of getting fast, as the
w critters" were progressing to windward rather horriedly,
-rUaaUy with the ialeauk ef jointug a cnaventioo of
whalea " la that directioo. Tochol al Morcha May 20th for
potatoes and other recruits, remaining there two days aod oh.
tatalnf all reejuiaru supplies for the voyage North at rates
liqmte as reasonable and satisfactory aa they can be obtained
elsewhere ha tbe Pacine. Bad moderate trades south and also
aorth of equator; arrl v tag at this pose the afternoon of Oi
las lis days from home, and laid off-anoVoo" to obtain
ITsuers and men. Famed two English merchant vessels ia At
Ufaaxto, bat saw ao whalers daring thtf-pastsg.
I Kseoar or Scao; C. M. Wabd, Cpt. Rickmait.
jMft Honorala April X3d for J arris Island, wind NE. Arrived
-l Jarria IsUtm at 8 A May 4th, leaving there May Lh at S
as at for Eoderbarya I land, wind light from BE. Arrive. at
rEoderburys Island Mar 11th at 7 a m. wind light from EftE.
Lefl Eaderbury's for Baker's Island Nay 13th at r a, wind
light from KBE. arrived at Baker Island May 17th at ft p a,
rewind liht from the eastward. ' Left Baker'e for UowUnd'e
May 19th at 3 a a, wind light from the eastward; arrived at
arelowland's at 6 r m, the aame day. Ixft Ilowland's for Baker's
Way yjd, krrtved at Baker's Slay 23d a v. 7. a a, wind fxesh from
ihe NK. Left Baker's for Honolulu Mav 23d illr, wind
Year, rrnm io xav. nu iim ii(tu u.ire ...
at, 9 north long. 16 0 20 west, thea took the wind steady
from the NE. up to lu. 19 00 north long. U9 V west
ben laokrthe winda Hght from the eastward, arrived at liooo
fulu June 2jd at 7 a. m. fchip Sunrise arrived at Endrrbury
alhsd May 11th from Honolulu, brought ftft natives.
a. ""-' a arm
Jininw. ....... i i
s Susar, lbs...
V Value Domestic V $42,110 64.
2 Fob 8a fasacisco Per D. C. Murray, June '2sth :
-Jread. caks. .. ..
lf fckias, brails
11 Pulu. bales.
69 Rice, bar.
1 hip dtore.P
6 Sheep Skins, bndia....
1 Shocks, csks
44 Sails, caka
1.1W tuar. tba
a64 Tallow, pkgs.
IT. - bola
por4a(, caa. ........
Poat Saiaa, bndla
Ta 4 olawsea, rails ........ .
Csanata. ska.... .......
.......... OTf W9 tXH. UKT. ..........
Domestic. . $ 12,30J M Frrdgo S4,6iO.
652 Wool.' bate....
ft'iaawABD Posts rer Kliauea, jiros zwn nev a
.7, Forbes. A C milb. II K ttitreoc. am c tvipi, r. i orran
ev T lssjtsv D B Lyman. Bev Jas Klcxoru m aaia
rSewa. Ce-Harbottle. Prof CblckeriBg. Jaa B Caatie, C
UWkZTli- B KwelL. tlrt Wettaor. aod daohtaT. Jiaa 8
T..-:7ea MclriM, Lyade, Y V I Oavia. Lew, D
w Baldwin. Xaew ii Darin, wife and child, il r Robert aoo. A
. u lite c Smith. Miss i B4aiadelU Ml
.leerf Mr Kttsoo. avUe and m. Mi- H Smith, Ni-s Peabody, 1
'VTVV r AlexaavW.aad ahoct deck. . !
Tlr -.. sw T C. Mnrrav. June 25t C II i
vrtfe. ealMreri and e-rVmnt, Mis. Crey, Mas. Hobron.
uTkZsjJfT. Mr gaoddard. Mr Linristrom. Mr Tereria, A
JTmt Waeeiar. Mr Wilkinson. K R Foisom, l uw.
M r Aaderxa. wile and 3 children.
bo, KacLt I-P Ka Moi, Jane 2o4h-E Bal, 1 other,
Tad deck. -
AfAt Uaratield. Uooolaia. Jsoa 4lS, to th
wile of Jaa. L,
Oat'sla. a daisrhter.
e?ia Uaa eity, Jtia. 22d. to ' JV wifc dCap..H.. fUrw
taqgator. - ;i
ta ivtfs ff Csp. F. M-Kspena,
- ; SATURDAY, JLWE&.:
We . would call attention to the com
mencement of Volume XVII of the Pac ific
Commercial Advertiser on July 0th.
The Hub.-cription price i SO.fso per annum.
If paid for In advance, I. v., on or before
the 15th f July,. for 4he Inland of Oahu,
and on or lefre the yi.-t of July, for.the
other I.-lands, $..fW.
BLACK t AUU),
I'nWvhcr and Ih-ojtrittrjr.
End of Volume XVI.
Tlie prejjent weue completes Volume Sixteen of
tle Pacitic ComiEiiciAL Advertiser. Our pa
tron1 wHl perceive that tbej get g'Xi meaaure
for their money, for while
there are fifty-two
weeka in tlie'year, vce furnis-h tbem with Cfty
thcee iseuea of our japcr.
Ia the Tolunie now concluded will be found
recorded a full and truthful l.ietorj-.of the twelve
months just passed, not on! j of all of intcreet
that Ima transpired in our Ibland Kingdom, but
an epitome of the events
of the world at large. It
has been our untiring endeavor to make tbis
journal a ice newspaper up to the times, aDd a
necessity in every household throughout the
group. " And it is e source of no email gratifica
tion to those wh devote their energtca to tbe
constant toil of informing, instructing and amus
ing the public, to find that they receive a gener
oua patronage in retnrn.
During the last half of the year we have issued
the Advertiser aa a Semi-Weekly alo, on a email
quarto eheet, intended principally for circulation
in the city. This entcrpriae ha supplied a want
that was felt and has met with all the succe8
which was anticipated. In time, when the cir
cumstance" may indicate the necessity, we shall
hold ourselves in readiness to ituue our paper as
X iu the past, so in the future, thin journal
will be independent in all things, neutral in none,
laboring steadily and earnestly for the beet inter
ests of Hawaii nci.
. " --
TJ.?tf Itailitt lvo .Tot tl Jiff.
We print on first pge to-day, Hon. Mr. Carter's
speech in full, on Thursday 4nat on tbe proposed
amendment to Article 25 of the Constitution, pro
viding that t!.e Nobles and Representatives eit sepa
rately. The speech is an iraporUut one, setting
fbrtb briefly bj t Vearly some of tbe principal rca-"
sons for tbe proposed amendment, and showing; very
plainly how shallow and insincere were tbe grounds
urged by tbe Ministers who conspired to overthrow
the Constitution of 1852. Tbe only response from
the Ministers to Mr. Carter's able epeecb, was the
most astoundingly puerile and drivelling lot of talk,
we venture to assert, that ever was heard before in a
deliberative Assembly, delivered in his usual toplofty
style by the Minister of Foreign Relations on Satur
day. After this rambling, pointless speech had been
carefully interpreted word for word, and His Excel
lency bad resumed bis seat, it was difficult to decide
what ideas were uppermost ia the minds of the na
tive members a convention of whales in the Arctic
dcean.or tbs fact that some of tbe honorable gentle
men present had silt as members during some pre
vious session, and that in the Minister's opinion
they were not yet in their dotage. The final vote by
which the amendment was rejected, proved two
things, viz : That had tbe Estates been voting sepa
rately, the Representatives would have passed the
amendment ; and second, that it has grrwn in favor
with the people since the last session, there having
been eighteen who voted sye on Saturday against
ten in 1870.
The ministerial plan of carrying on a printing
office ia opposition to private enterprise, was aiin
sanetioneufor toe nextlwu jo, oy tue appropria
tion of 812.000." The refusal by Ministers to refer
the item to a special committee for investigation into
the receipts and expenditures of the Government
Press during the past two years, very plainly showed
that tbe thing would not bear examination. His
Excellency of the Finances, in undertaking to tell
bow ths PACinc Commercial Advebtiseb. establish
ment is carried on, succeeded in showing that he
knew nothing about it. Tbe fact might have been
stated in connection with this subject, that the pro
prietors, of this journal have, within the present
year, made a formal offer to Government lo execute
all the public printing and print tbe Gaz "" J besides,
at ftes which would save to the Tre .ry from
83,000 to 8.000 per annum. We have not the
slightest otjection to Ministers running two or three
journals to defend themselves before tbe public, but
we do and ever shall protest against their carrying
on a new8pper and job printing establishment, in
opposition t- private enterprise, on capital drawn
fiom the publio. treasury. I would be just as fair
and proper for them to take the public funds with
which to carry oa the house-building, blacksmithing,
coopering, or any other mechanical pursuit in this
eity, and running their establishments cheaply by
reason of paying no duties on stock, no rents, taxes
or water-rates, thus compete with great advantage
over our carpenters, blacksmiths and coopers. Or
in the same manner they might establish a wholesale
and retail general merchandise business, or carry oa
a suear plantation.
A disgraceful scene occurred in the Assembly on
fhade by an honorable gentleman on Thursday, that
. undrr our nrcsent svstem the Legislature is deterio
rating fast. Tbe Hon. Mr. Kabauanui, the member
for liana, becoming oQended at another honorable
gentleman for words ued in calm debate, displayed
bis eminent fitness for his position by throwing a
copy of the statutes at the latter's head, thus in
reality and not theoretically " takiog the law into
bis own hands," and would have thrown an ink
stand also bad he not been prevented. He was dis
graced by being reprimanded by tbe President in
the presence of reporters and the galleries a course
which is unheard of in parliamentary bodies, and in
implied contravention with the rules of the Assembly.
But they have an original way of doing some things
in the Hawaiian Parliament. '
Tbe debate of Tuesday on the question of assuming
the 8116,000 debt incurred for building the Hawai
ian Hotel was an interesting one. Hons. Messrs.
Carter and Judd (A. F.) spoke at length cn the
question, and both speeches told with such galling
efiec ; upon the two prime movers in the scheme as to
leave them with hardly a (moral) leg to stand on, so
to speak. Mr. Carter urged tbe illegality of the is
snauoe of the so-called hotel bond; with great force,
and as the speeches in reply did not touch upon this
point it must be conceded that he was correct. Tbe
Minister of Foreign A flairs was particularly vehe
ment in his disavowal of any intention or thought of
making any money out of the transaction, and we
have no doubt of his entire disinterestedness in the
matter. Entrt nout we understand that tbe bonds
are being bought up at a discount by those whose con
fidence in the power and influence of the Miuisters
lead them to Relieve that the bill under consideration
will pass, and we would advise the gentlemen who
signed the bonds to secure as many as tbey can, as
His Ex. tbe Minister of roreign AUairs tells us that
.they, the signers, are responsible for one-half the
t Amount and Chas. Coffin 11 arris for the other. No
amount and Chas. Coffin Il
i . .,
I oc seems to have thought of raising the point as to
whether the Ministers of roreign AtUirs and i inance
should not be excluded from the debate on this bill.
tbey bo tlv: being interested, but there is time enough
for that. The question comes up again this morning
and we expect to he.tr the ayes aud noes taken on
tbe question (of taxing each man, woman and child
in the Kingdom two dollars to pay for tbe hotel) for
the first time. ,
On Wednesday morning the subject of the item of
S 100,000 place! in the estimates' for a new palace
was under discussion. 'All vrere agreed that the old
palacv ia unfit f)r tbe purpose, and that a new one is
err much needed. The only question is, are we so
circumsutncexi unanciauy as to ue auie to tunvi av
preecuK l 1 una wuu luc new uicfuuimi uuuuiuo,
which ruay aafelj be pot dowti to cost $200,(100 ; the
hotel, for which we arc aeked to pay S1IB.0O0 ; and
some 200,000 more on other needed and contem
plated public works, members very naturaUy got
aUrmei at the prospect of a huge debt (huge for
this country) which appears to be impending. Tbe
evident policy of the ministry is to run tbe country
deeply in debt, and then whatT We shall be at
the mercy of bondholders, and when the deluge
comes their Excellencies will doubtless be found to
have provided for their own safety. The discussion
of the proposed palaoe occupied about tbe whole day,
and took a very wide range, ending, in passing the
item at'SSO.OOO half the Bom asked for by the Min
isters by a Tote of 81 to 6. Tbe estimate was w
feated by 21 noes to 17 sjes." .
On Thursday again, tbe Assembly was occupied
the entire day in consideration ot the Hotel que,
lion. His Excellency the Minister or Foreign Af
fairs Tone speaking three hours on tbe subject, and
in hi Hiutil di'nrsive. rambling tjle. Fmty
much everj tbin on tbe face of tbe t-arib or i i tbe
, waters uDiltr tbe eartb, p rtiotnt or impertinent to
tbe malU-r in band, tm talked of. Taken albogelber,
I never wai a question before a. Legislature more
j thoroughly difcCUPaed tbau tb'u fat tbe Hawaiian
j Hotel. But tbe mitia point, tb legality of tbe ac
1 tion of tbe Minitter of Finance in pledgiog tbefaitb
j of tbe Government was ayeiemtiUcaHy, it not skil-
luliy lodi?eu. 1118 txceiienej oi r orejjm Antirt
indeed eiJ incidenuliy. that tbe faith of tbe !
cativt branch of Government bad been pledr;ed bv
Miniaurra not tbe faitb of Ibfa Asseuibly wbi b
i is a j eculiarly pretty distlncUon, and euaioieniljr
j ingenious. Ilia Excellency in t!e concluding part
I ot bis lengthy epeecb made wbt might be called
' personal .explanations, in regard to the reputed
' ws.it of unanimity between liis Majesty's atlrior
. It was not denied that there bid been didVrenceti of
; opinion, and tbe fair construction of Hi Excellen
I cies woxda implied that there bad been otrong -dif-:
ferences. but not, it was naively added, no 'strong
but that Ministers could part on speaking terms.
I or even eat at tbe name table! Iu ibe exuberance
! of ovxxl leelinir the Foreien Aflairs iJeclarwd Li-t
i strong belief that tbe Interior was an honest man
: and. though some might not believe tbe ad&ertiou
; be bimselt also was an bonest man ! Somttvery
senoible and energetic speeches wert made by n-
tive members against tbe bill ; but tbe Honolulu
t deputation, as one man, both natives and foreigners
were pariicuiariy severe in iiieir utuuutnuu u
tbe unconstitutional course of tbe Ministry, lion. :
Mr. Carter madd th point that the MioigVrs of!
Foreign Affairs and of Finance, were uot entitled ;
to vote on this question, under rule llth of the As- t
sembly, which excludes any member who is per- j
ponally interesteu in uie result, mis quesnou mc
Ctiair decided, erroneously, we imi.a., cvum uov ue
Sr iVminu! .iihiTn( the tsvn inter esti-a
j partieg however appeared to appreciate the indeli-
cacy of their votiug on a question in tbe decision of j
wtiicn by lueir own repeuiea assertions, tuey were
pecuniarily interested to a large amount. Afier
three days spent in debating tbe qiu.'Sliou of post
poning the nrst section, it was lost, by a decisive
vote of 26 to 13; and tbus the ruinous precedent is
established of permitting Ministers to pledge the
faith of the Government to whatever expendi
ture they mav think proper. What will b- tbe next
-South Sea IJubble" iu which Ministers will em
bark, it is difficult to guess, but for tbe next two
years at all events they will have their lull swing
at the bond-issuing business. ' i
The House agreed yesterday ia "Committee 'to
appropriate $80.000 .for tbe purchase of a new
steamer for iuter-i&laud trade. In regard to this
measure, it may h: said alia t it is a far preferable
way of spending money than in building a hotel,
inasmuch as the berreflt to accrue to the nation at
large is an evident one. The money will of course
have to be borrowed, and while their hands are in,
our legislators may as well be liberal. -Perhaps
the project of the Nuuanu valley road might meet
with fnvor now, and as it would not probably be
in order to renew the motion in its original shape,
we beg to suggest an appropriation ?or a tunnel
through the mountain of Kouahuanui. It would
be in readiness for the coming railway, thut Minis
ter, may desire to build iu a year or two.
i S Too Appropriation im uas now aooui goi
!, through Committee, and it is safe to say that it will
f foot tip more tbmi the Minister's estimate, whicn
! was $1,131,336.
Tbe term commences on Monday the 8th July.
The following is the calendar : .
I For Hie Foreign Jury. The King vs. Ahpau ;
! larceuj. The KiDg vs. Joseph R. Bradley ; attempt
at arson. The King vs. Clias. Howard ; felonious
branding. Theo. II. Da vies vs. Vita. Hughes ; trover.
C. C. IlArris vs. Walter M. Gibson ; assumpsit. J.
O. Dominis, administrator D. C. Waterman, vs. II. j
L. Chase ; assumpsit. '
Fur the Hawaiian Jury. The King vs. tnoka
It' nlaaii ,n intornnrfiA with ftimalu nnApr 14. Tho
King vs. KeKauia ; oDstructing puoiic nignway. ine
King rt. KabilialtiQ ; assault with deadly weapon. :
The King vs. Elaka aud others ; larceny. The King !
vs. lakobo ; forgery. The King vs. Kawaipao ; at- i
tempt -at rape. The King vs. Henry Dimond ; Ur-j
WOMixed Jury.J&a. I. Dowsett vs. James R. Holt ;
Jury H 'aited. Aohun vs Chung Hoon & Co,
In Banco. C impbll & Turton $. Kaniniopili ; ;
administrator. John Montgomery r. J. C Pfluger ; i
nssumpsit. John Norton r. Paahaiia ; divorce. In j
lie, estate Thos Keegan ; exceptions to ruling. In .
lie. estate of Nakuapa ; motion fur new trial. Kau-
wihi vs. Keoni Luaikulani ; exceptions to verdict. !
I d., .MtC vt li. F. Sniffin : arirwl Tn Re, estnte
01 tr aeie ; appeal, iiex vs. nsaum; nppvm uu
ceptions. Ilex vs. Kaaiahua ; appeal ou exceptions.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
SERMON. FOR YOUNG M KX, WILL
be nreached bv the Rev. C. U. WILLIAMSON to-mor-
row morning;, at 11 o'clock
A cordial invitation to be present
is imolk-d iu this notice.
Vonolulu, June 29 th, 1872.
aTlHARLES R. BISHOP. ESQ.
for me under Power of Attorney, during- my absence.
JAMKa W. AIST1N.
Honolulu, June 2itb, 187J. (j"29 3')
FOR SALE !
HEAP FOR C'AVII : a MEDIUM SIZED
Onose-neck DUAY. Inquire of
joa lm J.T.CHAYTER, Esplanade.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
ffHE PARTNERSHIP EXISTING BE.
JL twren AH CHUEH aDd AliLOK, Retail Storekeepers
and Rice Cleaners, Noaana street. Honolulu, having expired
ou the 14th day of December. 1871, the nndrraixned hereby
rives notice that he is n-H regponxible, f r any debts contracted
Honolulu, June 25Lh, 1872. jui9 ltu
VOT1CE IS II EREltV
GIVEN. TH AT
11 theUth day of December, 1871, AH CHUEM and
A OW entered Into Co pirtnerihip for the purpose of carrying ;
on the a-eneral Krlail and Rice Cleaning DuaineM, at the etore, i
iign UiiEE HOP, Nuuauu atreet, Honolulu.
An m l m , J
All SOW. j
Honolulu, June 25th, 18T2. ju2 lm j
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE DESIRABLE DWELLING H0V8&
lately occupied by C. H. LKWKKe, situated on Kukui
Street, for particulars, enquire of
juiO tf LEWEKS k. DICKSON.
RESIDENCE FOR SALE !
THE PRE Ml S ES BELONGING
jk to the nndersifroed, situated in Nuuanu Valley,
between the residences of Mr. Wodebouaeand Mr.
Harris are offered for saie at a very low figure. Any one
wishing to secure a desirable dwelling house and lot, with a
good pasture of about 13 acres, will do well by applying to
ju29if W. DUNCAN, Esplanade.
Sole and Saddle Leather!
FROM THE WELL KNOWN TANNERY
of H. THOMPSON, South Kona, Hawaii, constantly oa
hand aod for sale at
Ju2J lm . . t. A. SCHAE'KR A CO'S.
THE LAW OFFICE, OVER THE BOOK
store of the undersigned, and lately occupied by J W
Austin. Esq. This Is one ol me coolest offices in.
THE CELLAR under the Bookstore of the
nnderaigned, dry and airy, and capable of storing
400 tons. For ttrmf. Ac. inquire of
mil II . i. M. HITfitSY
I PERIOR CALICO SHIRTS. WITH AN
5 without Collars, of (Irst-rate quality, Davis JoneV style.
ju29 4t For Sale by THEOD. C. UKUCK.
EXTRA LARGE SIZE PANCT FLAX
nel Shirts, with aod without collars.
ju29 4t For Sale by TIIEOD. C. HEUCK.
BEST OF RHINE WISES AND IIUNGA
rian Wines. Aialt Extract, Ale, Porter. Brandy, real and
imitation; Holland Gin, in bond or duty paid.
ju9 4t For Sale by TilKOD. C. I1ECCK.
ni'RRLA R PROOF IRON
For Jale by
THEOD. C. I1ECCK.
VERT SUPERIOR TA1IIT1AN ARROW
roW For eale by
jaC9 4l TIIEOD. C. HECCK.
ings. A gooa and fresh article.
ju'J9 4t For Sale by TIIEOD. C. HECCK.
IRON, A LI. SIZES f FENCE WIRE
MM superior quality, No.
For Sale by TIIEOD. C. HEUCK.
NEW EMPTF OAK
For Sale Cheap by
I I A N M ESS
BKCir, of soperior -juality. For sale by
TIIEOD. C. HECCK.
' . NOTICE!
DURING MY 'ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom. Messrs. J. C. tiLAbs and ED. FL KSIAiNAC
are sathorts-xl to act for me under power of attorney.
Henolttln. May 85, HT3- (Jul ln J. C PFLCOER.
" . . -: . ; NOTICE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROMTIIEISL
ANPS, 1 hare appointed my wile, MARY T. BKNFIKLD,
to act as my A gaol. My bastness en Kier Ftreet will be on
tlnusd ss asasl uoder tbe saperslsion of Mr. Oideoo West.
HnMalu. May 17, 11 ' (mylStlf) M. KKNFIKI.n.
ramiE ClUSTi: AM)
ELtbG AT KNTKR.
latnaBeut at the abovv llsil. will be t y ilesirw aud aoder
ths uoat(r of Capt pleads axd the Officers vi lot Narra
8ATTJEDAY EVENING, JUNE 2Gth !
When. wUl te presented a setoctloa from George Coiaus's
celebraied Uy of
Tlio Iron Ghost!
8 Bdwsrd Mortimer....
'...MllliHI Masiji Ict s
To be foiowad fey aoother ictKa from ? Leridij almra le I
iopu!ur play of
THE HUNCHBACK 1
Madaaae MaW Dart
To eooclatle with tba eoasedy of .
The Mo miner Call!
S!r Bda-ard Ardeat..
Madame Marte D.isrs
ty Pall rticalar io prvyrammes.
IIOt'SE AI LOT FOR HA LG OX 1.1
1.1 HA btreet Also, a wooden houMj near Koo
Surlo. AlllV to
tr R. K. WAKEVAS
$1600 TO LOAN
aTkX REAL ESTATE SECI RITV.
J juli A(ljr to
A CONSIGNMENT OF
ASSORTED CAN D I ES !
Fvor sale: bv
julilm. II. UACKt'ELD k. Co.
JUST EEOEIVED EX ATLAS !
AX IXVUIOB OP
Fine French Black , Calfskins !
ll. II ACKFKLD & Co.
70R SALE BT
U. HACKFELD A: Co.
DKA1T FOR SALE.
1XEW MEDIUM SIZE DRAT, CAN BR
seen at Mr. Olifc's Paint bhop, Klog Street.
For particaUrs apply to
Jul6 if . WM. WEIGHT.
SITUATION WANTED !
BY A 1 Of N6 MAY, WISHING FOR A
situation at a Groom or Porter, has good references.
ju27 swiW alt AdJrest " W. T." at office sf this paper.
I 3 KlUKdou. I haveapuninted Meaars. MAX KCKAKT, niy
i brother, and . K. BAWON.to Uke charx of my busines.
I They will continue the manufacture and sale of Jewelry, as
j heretofotc. QuB) CUR. KCKAKT.
THE CXDERSIGXEI HAS BE EX A I'
poiuted Adtnioatrator of the estate of the late THOMAS
KI.NU, troiitee of thoeslate f Mrs. MAKIA KINO, and guar.
UUn of the uerson a ad proi"rty of SARAIi KINU, a uiioor.
J and all accounts oslnt the above esutc mitt be presented
I to the underaigned. W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, J uue 2018.2- . JU
t'DERSIGEl) II AS
M poiiiteil Administrator of the estate of the hue FRANK
j moltbno, trustee of the ette of Mrs
.TENO. trustee of the estate of Mrs. SIOLTKNO, and guar
dian of the three n.inor children Kose, Nancy, and Caroline
Molteno aud all accounts against the above estates mart be
presented to the undersigned. W. C. PARKE,
llonatula, June 0,1872. ju22 41
t STE A IVS SORCHUIV. PA N
Jn Vi one and a half inch CoPPKK P1PKS, with all the nec
essary connections for sttarbinp to ateain ipe-
A Steam Boiler. 8x15. with 35 a-lnr '-t-es, atr nr and rood
tOr Ion IT
tat.ou subject to inspection,
i-i . uuw u iiie nauuKa n
A iply to
W. Wii.LFONQ, Wailuka,
UKfcW Kit & Co. Honolulu.
ju23 wlm salt
rfpllE WATER RATFS FOR THE NEXT
1 half-year will he due on the 1st of July, and it Is expected
that they will be promptly paid. THUS. LONG,
Honolulu, June 0, 1872. ju22 3t
59 PORT STREET,
Expect per Steamer I
About the 2 9 til inst. from San Francisco.
SMOKED SALMON. SMOKED BEEF.
Chicago Sugar Curtd Hams, CiJifbrnU Bacou,
California Cheese, ?clfic Codfish, i .
Case Lard in 6 anJ 10 lb. tins, California Golden Syrup,
Cases Cutting's Pears, Peaches,
Preston's Sugar of Lemons or Portable Lemonade,
Caiei Mince Meat,
Cases Condensed llilk. Eagle brand;
Cases Kcast Beef, Cases Roast Mutton.
, Cases Fresh Lobotets,
CASES COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
in I and 2 lb. tins,
English Walnuts. Sft Shell Almonds, New Onions,
lS3"ew Cala. Potatoes!
Golden Gate Extra Pamily Flour,
Wheat for Chlckru Feed. ju22 2t
HENRY MAY HOPES TO RECEIVE
COMET, the same time as Steamer
GOLDEN GATE BAKER'S EXTRA AND
KXTKA FAMILY FLOCK.
Eldorado Superfine FIor, Mount Diablo Super. Flour,
Cases Saloon Bread, aid Boxes Saloon Bread,
Tins M.Ik, Soda, Wln, Jenny Lind and Butter Crackers,
Bags Cracked Wheat, Bags Fresh Oatmeal,
For Sale at 59 Fort St.
JUST RECEIVED PER ATLAS
FROM LIVERPOOL !
arIASES ENGLISH PICKLES, CASES
y fcSKTED SACOJ,
Cases Raspberry Vinegar, Cases Lemon Syrup,
Cases Cream Tartar, ?ases Carbonate Soda,
Cases Ground Black repper, Cases White Pepper,
Genuine Scotch Oatmeal in 4-lb. tins !
Peatl Barley In 4-lb. tins, . "
Grouui Rice in 4 lb. tins,
Eultana Raisins in 4 lb. tins.
Currants io 4-1. tins.
Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel!
Cases Fresh Sardines in 4 and I tins.
Very Choice Layer Ra'nini In 1 and 1 tins,
Barcelona Nita, Cox & Nels n's Gelatine,
GinpelBeer, Lemonade at Seidlili Powders,
French Peas, French Mushroocu,
French Asparagus, French Truffles,
Ban'.ley if Palmer'i Giuger Nuts.
A Large Assortmeat r Gold it Variegated CasaqnM
Mod Klsws SnseVwdy's Lag-gage.
The Ltady f (be P-ried'a Latggage.
EI1STE OLD KONA COFFEE
BOASTED AXD OR0UXD DAILY.
F03. 5ALK BY i -jn
2t HE N R Y M AY. 69 ftrt Sl
White Merino Undershirts,
iENIM JUMPERS. DENIM. OVERALLS,
Striped Sac k Coats,
Brown Linen Shins. Cotton Pants,
Potion Pantaloon rttrfr . For "ale by -
vjtlslm . M, MACRFSUJ k Co- -
t t li A11I VJEKS Alt Y
177G! 'J3& 1S72!
All AJIEIMCAXS and Otlirr !
WISHINS TO ORSERVr THE t'OMIXU
Anoivtrraary.of Anrt cu lsdn-eBkieoee, arr iuitd to
JOIN IN CELEBRATING THE DAY !
Witboat ftirtier tixrUUBi itatwa.
aPl'OLfl'a 1X11110 of tllO DdV t
8ALITES-At Saerise, Nsoa and Saasrt.
EXERCISES AT KAWAl All AO CHURCH
At 11 0'ciuck A. M. to include a OriUott, MraJuig af
LwclaraOoo of Indrpeoieice, SI u.C, -c
RUGATTA IX THE II ARBOR. 1 o'clock P.
M. Tbe boats of ths C . ships Alsrys" and - Narra-
mtOurU," (if ia fvrt.) wilt lis u readiness al Mm absrf. la eos
rrj Udrcs sod chiMrrn to and from the vrssrls, a-here provi
sion aiU be m&Ue for LLtrtr cuojiort during Cae Krgatts.
RECEPTION at the reideacs aud frroun.lt of ths
utencao Minister Keaideul in Nuuacu vIUy, frnn 3 tld S r.
M. Tbe rroonds will be open to UUies sua cniiarru
o'clock. Collation at 3J . Baud will be in atieituauce irora o
tiU 8 P. M.
FIREWORKS at 8 aV-luck P. M, at the ned of
Emma weti. ,
IIOXFIRK At SI P.M.
on lover Punchbowl Hill.
BALL, at, the" Ila-
wiUu Hotel, in tbe cveuiu.
ExreutiveO A Williams, ehatraiao t H M Whitney, 3 8
SlcGrew, Z S SpaUlmtt. F 8 Pratt, J a Christie, Jr.
Financt A J OartwrighU chairman ) M Louissoo, O
A lieu, S ii Dsmon.
Printing M Bsplee, ctiainusn ; F L Clarke, Hertey I
SalutttC II Judd, chairman J n Brown, D Pay ton, J 8
ExrrciteR V Adamr, chairman C A Caatie, I Richard
son. ' Rrtjattc Capt John Meek, chairman ; I M Peterson, S M
Carter, hoht Briggr. J Tibhetta, 11 Q Crabbe, F Herbert.
Trnti and Dreorationt. lianiel Foster, chairman; RI
Wakrmsn, bsmuel Nott.
Collation J B A I he rt on, chairman-, B t Blle, B F Dll-
lichku. K Lesera, J A Hoppi-r.
Music A. F Judd, cbauimtn; J II Paty, 3 P Cooke, W W
Flail. . -
FirrvorA. O E WillUme, chairman M I'ieliirj, L K
AlrGrew, W S. Snodjrrass.
If Ball S G Wilder, chairman; C T GulicK, 3 A llssslnger,
C H Bartow, J L Uichanlion, W m Puocao, Thus lanuau.
Bonjirt J R Price, W H Jol.cstone, Chaa Clark.
By Order of the Kxecutivs Committee : - . '
F. 8. PRATT. Secret try. -
FOURTH OF JXJLY", 1872 !
1st Race For Yacht.
FIRST PRIZE, 90 SECOND PRIZE 3.
Time for tonnage, oce ruinate per ton.
Course To start from Brewer & Co.' Wharf, out of ;tis
harbor passage, around stake boat anchored to leeward of
passage; to leeward of Bell buoy, and around stake bol an
chored abreast ills Majesty's residence at Walkiki; back to
leeward of Hell liuoy, around par Buoy to Hag Iiol at
2d RaceFor Shore Boats Pulling 2 Oars,
FIRST RR1ZE, 20t SECOND PRIZE $5
if five boats start.
Cours From Brewer A- Co.'s Wharf around Buoy at South
end or Harbor, to liuoy inside of Itecf marked with Ked Flap,
back to Flag boat.
3d Race For Whaleboats Five Oarg
Coonw From Brewer Co s whrf, arond Bell Buoy,
keeping strictly in the Harbor usage, back to Flax Host by
4th Race Gentlemen Amateurs.
FIRST PRIZE:, TWO I'. lit. GOI.H otbx.
and Coiswain, 1 pair Sliver Oars.
Second Prise Two Pairs Oold Oars, second slse.
Course From Brewer if Co.' Wharf, around Light-house,
back to Fwg Boat.
5th Race Canoes Pulling Five Paddles.
Course From Brewer tt Co ' Wharf, around first Caa
Buoy, hack to Flag Boat.
6th Race For Gigs Pulling Six Oars.
Course from Brewer & Co.'a Wharf, cartying Lighthouse oa
the right and keeping strictly in the paaaage, turning btaks
Boat, carrying the tune on the left, and back to Flag Boat Ly
same course ; turning Flag Boat, carrying the same on the lea,
and arouud course a secuud time, back to FUg Boat.
7th Race For Man-of-War's Boats.
The Commanding Officer tj select their own Boats a oat Course
8 th Race-Sculls.
Course From Brewer & Co's
back to Flag Boat. "
Wharf, roui.d Lght-houae,
9th Race For Round Tuts Without Keel.
x Course from the Steamers' Wharf to the Flag Boat.
Scrub Race if time allows.
1st Race Starts at....l 00 P M;6th Race Starts at.
21 " ....115 loth 44 -
3d " ...145 i7th "
4th " " 2.00 1 8th " "
.2 16 P M
.1 3 l "
jp Colors to be named at entrance, and no boats allowed lo
be entered after 12 M. July laU All boats to be named. Al
entries to be received by Capt. BriKg, at Boiles k Co.'s.
Judge of Regatta .'.Capt. Baioua
Wno will appoint two others to act with him.
Superintendent of Flag Buoys and Puke Boats.. .8. M. Castcb
Capt. R. BRIGQ3,
I. B. PhTERSu.V,
'"""' ' SAM'L M. CARTER.
Jl20swAsr HORACE O. CRABBE, Eecretary.
A M E R I C A FJ
FLAGS AND SHIELDS !
EXPRESSLY FOR THE FOURTH.
FOR SALE AT
THOS. G. THRUM'S.
sw4t w It
ADMINISTEATOE'S NOTICE ! -
npHE CNOERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
Mi appointed Adroiniatrator with will annexed of the eaiate
cf the Ute P. H. TKKA U1VAY, of Lahaioa, deccaied, hereby
notifies til persons inJehted to said estate, to make immediate
payment, and all claims n-.ust be presented wiihin B months
from the flrit publication of this notice, or they will be forever
barred. W. C.PARK K.
Honolulu, Jnae 20, 1872. " j22 4t
FXOXOM IS WKALTll.
THE RESIDENTS OF HONOLULU, AGENTR
and Masters or Vessels in Port
WILL SAVE FIFTY PER CENT.,
BY SENDING THEIR
"Washing to the Honolulu Steam Laundry!
Corner of King and Richard Streets.
N. B Xone but the best Practical Lnandry kaaida
employed in this Establishment.
XT Waahioa- called for and delivered anywhere wlthio the
circuit of two miles. Qui Sm) M. MCH0LA8. I ana ger.
ANY PERSON HAVING IN THEIR POS.
sessionary BOOKS beloneing to the Library of Lltuna
Ihule Xotft No. 1, I. O. G. T., are requested to leare tan
same at the Omce of tbe P. .C. AdrertL-er, or with .
altloi W. M. n AiXtla.
' NOTICE. -
MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
ilr. CIIA8. T. GCLICS wiU be my dojy au-
MJ KiDgdom ilr.
Hoaolulu. March !h,WT2. . , . , '
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
TIIF. rROPKIF.TOR WILI.SPAUE
oa paus to aisks uis
ELE0ANT HOTEL FIBST-CLASS
la ertry artcular.
B003S CiX BE IUU BY TI1C MtOT OR WEtlt 1
wUa arwUhowt board.
II ILL AND L1KOEROOMS TO LET FOR
fCHLIO MICEriUQS. OR SOCICTIIS. If
TO lsI2T !
Under tho Odd Fellow's Hall,
It Prrit Orriplrtl fcy Dl!llr.hai X Ca.,
Usrdwar StsrtT" '
It is Completely Fitted with Shelving, &c
For further particulars apply to
C. A. CASTLX, or
W. C. PAEKK.
T. DONNELL VOULD
iEW AIVD WOXDEUFIIL WOVEN WIRE MITTHISSLS
never msks a noise I Sd Taal tbey oevcraeed a rvpalr. . . a
They are positively warranted to b as prfactly tsvsl at the end of five jrrars, as whan ftrst ads, and in ataad tti wss
of ons thousand pound for tso dsys. ...-
. Further InformaUon can h. obtain, and aampl-seen at tba FDRNITCEB WiaCROOMI T
DOXXELL, X. 8 KINO STREET, HONOLULU. ,ttUM
STATIOEEI AND" NEWS DEALER,
I&o. 'ID Merchant St., Honolulu.
bai:i is cosTA.Tiiy on nxxu a raL surri.v or
Plaln.Tlat and Congress Paper, Ruled Congress Cap, whito & blue.
I-arkot Post, Commercial Letter, Congress Letter, French Overland Utter,
Packet Note, Commercial Note, plain and ruled; ; Ladies' Note, plala aod luled, wall, aad tlnUd
French Note, various figured pattsrve, : " Momrnlng Wcta, and flW rapav,
Packages Initial Note Psper and Envelope. Cap Account Current raptr,
Commercial Letter, Account Current Paper, Uroad aad Lsng Bill Psper,
MuUc Eule,! Paper. BIscV Lines. Tlaaue Paper, Ooveromsnt Commercial, Letter, Not.. Billet and Cloth Lined anvslopv.
Bronze, G-lass and Fancy Ink Stands !
The Best Iuk ia Black, Blue, Csrmlue. Red aud VUdet, Cap and Letter Copying Psper. Oiled Copying Bhsvti,
Copying Brushes. Bat b.ttonisn, Washington. Medallion, OllloU's and Kasterhrook'i Btsel Pens, Oold Pens,
Quill Pers and Quills, Sealing Wax, Paper Feafc-ners, Rubber, Faber'i Peoctls, Nos. 1. 1, , aud w,rrapld
Fair's Artist Pencil. Faber'a Wax Crayons, Card Board, Brlatsl Board. Perforated Board, drawing Pafw. Tlale rFr.
Tracing Per, Tracing Cloth, Rodger's Steel F.raaers, Woaienholm's Pocket Cattery, . - .
A LARGE VARIETY OF BLANK BO 43 ICS!
Such as : Iedgers, Journals, Cash, Record. W.ate, Index, Fcrr.p, Letter, Trial Balauc, luvoloe. Memoranda aod Pass tooks,
Fhlppiog and Money Receipt Book. Note Hooks, Bill Receivable htokt.
A Large Variety of GAMES, Mechanical and Montal!
Toys, an assortment. Alphabet Bkks, Toy Book., Faocy Psper Lanterns, ChrlataiM Candlsd
Traveling Writing Companion. ' Traveling Toilet Cases, Work Bags.
HAWAIIAN AND AMERIO'A'N TOrrLAOOl'
Hereoscope views, Btereoscopes, Photo Views and Photographs, Chessmen, Checker Boards, Pomlooes,
Crib Boards aod Boxes, A Uums,
AND MANY OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO SPECIFY. ,
TJnder the Odd Fellow's Hall, ;
IMPORTERS AWD DEALERS IW
HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SXLE AT LOW RATES,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE.
Poor ot all kinds,
Padlo ka, braas and
DOOR AND GATE
cast, bras and iron. m
HOOKS Hooks and Buples, Hooks and eyre. Brass sad
Hooks, Ilaaps and Staples. ,
BUTTS Irou, fast aod loose; cast aod wrought, Croat 1 to 4
Ulnicea, T and strap, 4 to IS inchi
Sash Rollers, aaaorted brass aod iron;
bash Fasteoers, Window Sptinrs,
Csarors, table and bed, brass. Iron and wood;
A Large and Varied Assortment of Shoe Findings !
Including Men's and Boj's Lasts and IJpot Tres, eTery kind ef 8bo Pegs and Nails, Ebank Iroas
Size Sticks, Shoulder Sticks, Knires, &o , Lu., kc' '
. Also, Thompson's Hawaiian Solo and Saddlo Leather !
Bridle dnd 'Saddle IFiariii tnir e I
Bridle and Harness Buckles, ag elf, tinned, Jspsnnsd and plated Mexican OraaMots, Uesicaa Oirtbs.
Wooden Btitrupc, Tinned and Japanned Kioga front f to 4 Inches. BITS of all sorts aod kUtda.
PCANTATION HOES. BRIGHT AND HALF
WHITE ZINC AN D.
Colors, dry and in oil. Lamp Black, Potty, Chalk, and Whiting. Fire Proof Pslnf, Boiled Linseed Oil aad Tarpeatlaa.
AXLES Calf patent and common, assorted.' SPOKES, M1AFTK, ka., kc
HENRY RtFtES AND CARBINES AND CARTRtOGES !
NUTS AND WASHERS,
-plket, Cut and Vrooght, chin. Plain and 0alvanls4.
HRI!KHFiS, of nil sorts, a pood ssortment, CalalJI), pale nd dark.
Seine Twines, Nets, Fish Hooks, Cod . Lines !
Rough" and Washers. Culvanited and pUin, from 1 1-2 to 8 in. -
0 -A. 3atfc : 3E 33 2NJ T 353 3Ftt'S M? O O 3L 33.
.. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL LANTERNS,
AND TO ARRIVE PER SYREN, KEROSENE OIL !
, -. ,
Our ntock ia replenished by ererj California Steamer, and alao hy errry SaSl Vessel from Europe
and law Eastern United Stat.
3" Everj effort will be made to glte complete aatlsfactloa to all customer, jgg -
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Ulles. Kosea, Orossr.Ul Vines, aod Hara.PlaBtfalwsys sa
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CALL THE ATTEWTION
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Till, Chest aod Trauk, bog Collar, . ..
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Iron screw books and ayes. Cloth haoka, Plrtars books, Carlala
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Inehssi Brsss, J to 4 1b. Ship bttU and Back Flaps, asad. (
jlandlss cheat and drawers, a lares asaartiaas,
Brasksts VaM, sorter, sbslf sod Iswip,
Tacks Copper, Iron sod tlonad, slngl and Aoobla
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