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t klliAX, OCTOHtR Si. IsTJ.
I Har Wot' frmi ?ar t iwtim'u r Mo, ar- t- lae th
I irtarit. We rlip ite (ll-rwiuc frm lhe I ammTft Hr14
Ta ral-a f c lbs m bwt sees lo bTi the- w.-r'd
r. adnn- la r- 1 if k and mi wrll a
Tic l-Ja. of a,a-t-d has WI raisrnl ts rabrs t,t dtaoar.t
t. p-c rtK , w tv ikr-wtewJ sxaaJraval f t to
IiTWuiX, aal la ralit of Marline Ktraarr- in h
Atuutif r.iu-a. H aj lilies cki it ilf Nw Y-ra
eUI markrt. as M 1 per rent aa r-rn'!y I. I IV re f -C
ahar aa f cm1 24 k -t r C Ikou h: 4:i.r .he
nwk'l,Tn ( It ey ftnmn .f talis oj-m it, -iiv.'r
f.e the pur?" o rx.rc f to tnrr ahts. f to -r tal
Mat wiin s -w r-airsinjr, lh etn.iMt.knt r. 4 lrtr-st
rorrriu. Tins HUj.n.-s . or of ) tanii-s of Mlr rsr-fi-nr-',
snias bat r-iiruiu( per"fs bar an
fc.ee; mrtuig cor peil to tuS(.uK f lewirt
Facii.BT- Tb rarr-nt ntt Ui a 4:r-t r rl i.i lb" I. nllel
Klo luni r- ti IQitLi 17s 6.1 ; tn ord n. ti IS.
I'Immt to Mm(kMi urwncf, fr Vtli cl
k nJ L. r u K Bel w knlil I A f wc a lrx flrl of
nuil vaaatte (l4 ftaxl nLalib ra Hvrul on auuf i
coot U rrj n'-l hjuttl Twl.'H.,iV wrifMtt t
Kol frchl hUh in ail t-r. Tb wH'a r.,irntrr trf.wa j
More r(Uy Ibaa lt buittit f t4 ak.a. la S'tr V'-ik f--
rinMly 4 M fr-ml aiul (uriniml V m h--l lo Lir;-J.
mktm prMral k ibia cwa4 auk U, nr.. al bf h frnhlai I
tl " I V nai rrn it-i lllrr a.ll V t
lhaa vlfl-ika lb Intj aoi I'-TlUa lojxi Vt l farie !
toaaa Impnrta t lk eb inr!. ll rr- r,t i
ck rfnti k -rr c.w-i.lt-rat. wiib 'ry ,.r.(--rtrr a I
Urt anrrtiai atnrfe at Iba cbaK t In yr, notwiibvlimlir.g .
ltt rb' umm w ruUsl trie Lrzr (kiImic '4 f.V'i tl.ia. .
rabl mad ki:r aArxW. W L ie Ucuiiti at $12 01 f l' '
In barrrt-, ahm S,ix bhla. Vrltow C G-.l-ltrii al J 10 ii W
$10 J7J V I'M - ta barfv!. Hmr-r II.U paMir alr V.r rr
tarir baT t'l a itn thr fl i:. i ri--- ! ib lrJ--,
wbirb to a J.-iin- It e p.- oo Ih- utrvvi lraIr i t', ,
balaa aJf aarsiaf t y tt fi-u lilt. P.Jlowing lli
acacUule cf tb4 Ca.ifufnka. H.ia Kranri-. ao-l I'arir.c r-firff-
r: cm- . imM.riw trew-itM rwn. i.jc i ,
Ue-aU ia brc, hf bi.ta- ie. ir.ii t-f tx. ca.Ui-j
tkooaL Th prt .Pl,i, r,f l.'ai.ar, .mcK !
ka inr.ocauirr nnnuiir r'-iT a..: a . a I'J!';-"""'"4
.aajuj. hm drk lw rri-? fCninf. ffn. ai ih
clriaw. lha bark i mmtl haa arrtT. tfm lloojliilt wl'.h au(.lies
of Ilawail.in. anJ ll PnJt Han tfAa alow. We mtr rxw
trail to Ibr-Hisa lac aurO t'ni at lo .ri--a. Imria
during "ktCrmi'r wr rii.lrraM, awl ! enl-r Ik-.i.tKf
itb rxo-Miwa atocba of m aivi a. fool qnaltiy China,
f lurtiy 1 China to arar; but Calcutta T..' (faina) la
wbirb U qoiic a new art.r; with oj. Our r..num, In nf
faatil rle to ajni llmilni. arvl liaa b-ril're lv-n ion wuu
fre rccaipU nf Uawmian ami Carolina. VV betlv-r lb" Japan
ari.l will aupra-'' .lie alher la qu-liuiiar4;. We qu'le
Wiam ami CT.iua at l'tir; airictlv No. 1 Cb na. I'atna, and
Japan. 1c; Hawaiian, tfc; Car-Jina, ll. with a JigM tletnainU
Pete I m porta frnrn Jan. lat n Oct lal : Balra 5,471.
flra are rcpnrtmJ of 1W bala, private. We cui.Uoue Utixsut
qu'itatjooa of lliillic. Htorka l.gbt
WatLiK Car. Ram, nf i!m arhnonv Urania, report
bain pk'-a th Mlowina; vraavto t lla bark Arctic with
&00 bbia oil; bark MUIa, h-XJ do; ahip Jirti IVrry. rJAl !; baric
JaaiM AlVn. 4.'iO do: nark Ufodt. nwn. 3 whaV", bark
Prorrw. bMa oil; lark .Nauiilua. Ilrb-n fif.w, Franria 1
raluaf, llmaece. Faraway, Li'C Oak.Trldrnt ami f.i(a Marco-
ana r.oropak a!l clean. It fca Ixrn a rrv bad a up ,
iMnrtb. fr ttiealiitw; pk-n.y cf tf and continue. i-n of atrixif
Oar data front AackLatvl are to the 4 k inai., by the iV
roala. W quote:
Bcota We have anehari( t rrport. Trewit raotati"n
Ca bnrwDar: Victoria CuutiMtny'a Drat while, 44 tr t-o
ditto. IC. 441 : fylory Cnaiiani'i wbiu No. 1. .41 ; n-finnl
..f bo.M ;cr,:r S CSSV
1 Am atrnr Idaho, J D Howell, 10 day froca 8aa
aO-fWthr Ka MoU DarU. from KaliuluL Maul.
Jl "chr Jn.By.LanbiTf,from W'ainwa ic Koloa.KkaaL
31 Haw bk Courier, lir, 131 daja frutn umata.
21 An rtmr Nebraska, I HarOtng, 17 day from Aock
21 Schr Fairy ftwrn. Kaaina. from Ilanatei, KaoaL
24 -Jbr t'iUma, llai fluid, from Kona dc Kau, Uawali.
K4 4ir Krnnn, Makahl, frnn Maliko. Mani.
SI r-hr Annie. Kmkl, front llilo, Hawaii.
24 fchr llattie, Nlka, Irom Koloa Nawilivili, Kaoal.
li SVhr Artlre, llopa. from Knhala, Hawaii.
24 eebr Joanlta, l.ivloit, from l-ahaina, Mant.
Oct. ' 2t e!ir Jaanlta. Dadn't, f Ijihnina, Maul.
21 Am trar M.iho, J D llowril. fr ian Frarwiaeo.
2 J -rvhr Jnny. Imbert. for KOr Ac Wainvca, Kaoal.
ai Srbr Ka MM. Iato, for KahuluL, Maul.
yj frcbr Mary r.IIen. Jira, for Maalavra, Manl.
il-Aui atrnr Nebraaka, 1 IIarilin2. (r Auckland.
2S Hrht fMd Filloae, Krokl. (or llilo, IJ avail.
21 cbr laabtla, l'i-trr, f Lahaina Ac Makrna, MauL
xa kmi Ue Yankee. Clark, for liana. Maui.
2.1 Nor Or bk Minrra, Iohr, (a- lloorkooc-
lrjcc(cct I)r aiwrtw rea.
Fob Kavt io Kao flchr I'iUma. aaja thai p n.
Foa llaaauu chr Fairy ttaeen, aila ihia r m.
Fob Wiidwiid Poits titmr Kilaora, aaila on Monday.
vi:m iar hokt.
Nor Gr ahlp UeorkTa, Finch, op lor Hongkong.
Ua bn KAOMbamena V, Weeka. Dt.inc lor a cruiae.
Am tk iMlaware, Rot Una, loading.
Am bk D C Hurray. Y If Mbepherd.
1U bk Courier. I'leaae, dUcbar;in. .
.- Baroar or Btkamirip Idaho. J. V. IIowill. Cow
i Masoca. Left Ban Francisco Oct Out, with head winds first
part of the voyage ; taller part talr but ticht. Arrived In
llonolola Oct 19tt ilira, after a paaaace of 10 daj.
II. I Allkt, I'urser.
B(oT or firtanauir NiaiaaKa, I. HakDixo, Cow-
M a . Left riooohila Ang 29th ; paased Tnlnlla Srpt Sib,
arriving al Auckland on the lOtb. Left Auckland Brpl lTtb
at Napr l'Jta,a4 WcUIngton 20th, at Lyitcltoo Slat, at r
CTialaaers Vrtt 16th, at I.yttelton 27. h. at Well In f too
Hto, at Napier 29. b. at A oc land Oct Int. Len Ancktand
i. : otn. at ii m, iai2u on' . long 1 7 ai E, j
'NTa.l," ail wII ; chanrcd paprra. etc. Oo the
aed Taiaiia. Have haJ atru head wind with heavy
11th paaaeil Taiuiia. Have had string head wind with heavy
Head sea anal rain ine wnote inp. arriru in i.owmuu ict
2iM.au wl vve brHag-ior iioaioiniu. 447 pk, freicht t for!
?an rmoowc. im pkga ire.gnt,ai s ie m..i m.i.er.
It. V. I.aie. I-nrsrr.
Ecpoit or tUwaila Ea Coi aiEt, PtEk, Masts,
JTrom Brraien, Oct Slat, with merchandise to 11 Hackfetd Ac
Co. Left Uremca June 10th, and had to beat through h
Njort.8e.andBrili.ttChannel.Itat lijht bafllit winds.
XI mm 12 days clearing the channel. Then took .he JraJ.a to ;
lh l1o W hieli w eroMe.1 In long 23 W, 40 days oat. Tank I
tbe PE trail's at the line and parried thrra to 3o 9 8 lat, 44 9 I
w ion-. From .hence to ..iirn Land had ond e.ther.
Had heavy rursc-rr c.pe jiora, ami b.terou- wea.her .o
tho west eat up to 40 3 HnL T hen. ton k a bVv storm to
3 l la., where we took the tral-. Had C'l rors SK
trades to tbe line which we crosaetl In 131 Vf Vrct. t rorn
thence had battling wind ami calm to 15 N lit- Had vrry
Ii(M NKtrai-s to Ibe Ulamla, with Tcry hey swell from
N W. Suthtt-d Maui eonday, the 20th, arrhrbi- in Huuolulu
Monday. Uct 21t.
Faoa 6 .is Fi.hcino Per IJaho,Oct. 19th : 200 qr aks
Floor. I ack Crarkeil Wheat, 6 k.-f Nails. 1 bndl Wire
Frame. 1 bx fago. 1 ba Tapioca. 7 cs Hardware. 2 cs lrngs. 3
tss Applra. I b Fears, 1 bv Llruc. 4 cs Mdse, 1 rse faint to
Castle. M 4ke ; 2 bis Mdse, 1 pk Baskets. 4 cs Hardware,
S balea Domeataca, 4 baa A ppfes to K Hall Ac ioa ; 21 hab-s
Cotton Uuoiis, 4 rs Mlw, 1 pkg Samp Ira, 0 cs Dry tKHis to II
lloScblaer ft Co) 1 d" Baaketa, 10O qr aks ami 10O bffks
Flour, 14 pkgs rjhook to R Love tc liro ; - rsks Wine to Ray
mond Barnard cs Mdse to F A SrnaeKa- ft Co; halc-a
nnd cs try lioo.U lo H Gnobaum ; 4i pkra Furniture to
(J C Williams ; 49 pkrs Froriainns, 5 chests Tea lo II May ;
14 bales Tea to Ahmf ft Arhuck l 40 pk(s Shors and Hata, 15
cs Tobacco to M Ibillpaft Co; 33 r lToriions to II E
Hclntjre ; 4H rs flat., 1 cse Woab-n floods, cs Mdae to lly
auaa Bros ; 40 bis Apples. - pkgs Fpviaiwos to JlUcs ft Co ;
XI cs Uardsnaro to Uuliagnam ft Co) A vmg .Md tt T C j
lleuck Z rs rtnoea, a cs upiam, w par rumnurc. i rawing
Machine, S pkrs Ifadd'rry, c, 3 pes Castings. - pkc and 1
rU UaOar.kC 4 pkgs Urugs. MU, ftp. it pkr Urugs and
Medicines. 1 beil V ioe, I rae a.lIIesH 1 r tiMumrr, J bxs
Fruit, 1 paree! Books, 14 pkga.3 ca,3 bvs. 1 parrel ami 1 cheat
tided to Order j and 671 pkgs Mdae in transitu ft-r Auckland.
Fwnw B tr Ter Courier. Oct. list: 1 er Fmlards, 3
tlAa Baiains. bbis Cignac, 3 ca Liquor. 0 ca 0W ne. 1 cse
ttnap and Ferfumra. 4 cs Match's, 4JW bbU Crushed iur. &
ca Loaf atusar, 3 ca Hardware. ftc.2l cs Oil. 1 cse rMk, VI ca
rrunes. 34 cs Furniture. 1 cse Aroirdeoria, ftc. 1 Cae Jrts, 1
rsc Glut ware, 3 cs Dry Owxla, bbW and 3 c Bran.Iy, Hi cs
ileer. 3d cs lainwl. 3 cs Garden Furniture, 10J c.ka Ale, S
finds Brandy. 10 hh.ts Genera. 1 cse Pirtnrcs, cs lry Goods.
1 cse tfoap, 3 cs tvgars. 2 ca AcroriJeons, 1 cae rauac-s, 7
parccta Saaipies, 11 crates UoUowrwsre. 3 rks Lamps, ftc. 3
s Backets, 2 b;-a Cottons. 1 cse Ilrmirry, 10 biles Hrssians.
240 bars ami 3 bndls Bar Imn. 2j0 caks Cement. 1 cak Lan-
terns, a caks Cor , I cse imorciua, a maiea wu, i caaa
r w ia.i. Glass. ca
iy..hns inegar. l cse
l rao, 14 caks reiuer !
laeails ami Uoops, 31 pk ahonks. cs
4:oUonware. 1 cse samples. 13Q u-m
raraaff. low rats ifOaLami miwisii ciw .
v" " T cka sand. lTak Glassware, cs Can.iu-s. l cse j
liardware, i w Guwarr. 2Vderni hn split Pca. l.4oo pea ;
..... t,rut C-nn,. IUn.i..l.n. 1.1 rm krravu UlL 1 WW
Empty taaks. luO nests Baskets, 101 empty aaas o u i
' . . , . .... .- . . 1. ... tf !
ItaktU ft Cos 3 bales Printed Brilliants. 3 bales Horse.
tut Maunuiw, oral wmic ery.iaJa, i t w; bw.iihi auto, i iCB9 0f su,ness activity than to-day, nor indeed had a right to exjiect it. Failing such, we Khali in .November is assure t. I style, while the JJolly ardeu hats, so popular of
yUXiH;7!' ShT'W j ever po-wEPed o little real basis for business j not hesitate to formally lay before the public the ' At Washington on the 1st of October, it was re- j late are new dispensed with entirely. Sacks, culled
Ural). j - ! f . . i- i . i r i i- . i poind that a crisis in public affairs had occurred in j hy the various names of Dolmans aud ialtnns, are
1 1 True, our etrccts arc lined with stores, details of a T.Ian, such as we deem is necessary. ............ , i. . fin;, or with fl..ino- j .,! ,.;r..i-.r
TzrrrrrTrTTrrrTTrzrrnrTr - japan, n.ui inai ine oia rvaci.u.iary party 11:111 gaiueii : t,-v ...... , ..w.. . -- . i
-o n -n t rT rrnTinT ttt n tt t " ; l)dt" the majority of our retailers will honestly ljust and r.roticr, for tho accomplishment of the i uu ascendancy over the reformers, so that there i cape slit up the back. They have been trimming J
you that they are not making expenses in 'ends which nil have in view the procuring of would be an end for the present of the spread of civ- , them with banda i bordered with fringe, but the latest
aniiivraii t..,- ..i .1.. .i ,,- . i ilizatioa in the Eaipire. The Minister Ilesident at styles are heavily braided with cord, and finished
ARItiriU. . . (their business, and that they are holding on. , labor and population. ! AVashinffton. Mr. Mori, vvas to be superceded. Ameri- ! with fringe. Imported suits are braided in like
i.-s Denims, i bales Bed Tickiwr-.. 1 bale luiian j tunc and money) is to make 6uir. The object
cotton BUnkets, 1 cse Coet.m T"ine. i rs Dry i . .
3pcml..c. .xnc now.is how to accomplish the produc-
Blankets, 1 bal
I bKh. -A baVs
r:. 1 m liMinr. a tiavrcels r.mi.
tbs and 3 parcel Dry Goods to F A 9cbarfer ft Co ; 1 cae
Dry Goods lo P Adams ; 1 cs? and icsks A pothfCarj wares.
Ti cs Window Glasa to Order I Barometer to Capt Daniel
Faow AccaLsso Per chraaka, Oct 21t: 50 aks Oats,
X :ae Perfumery, 2 bales Cottoos. 1 cse Shirts. 1 cae oolens.
1 cae MoleakiM, 1 bale thirt. pKjs Rope to A 8 Ckgaora ft
Co ; 21 Empty Barrels to W I. Green t 1 cse Plants H N
Castle-1 1 r-aa Draper. I cae llau lo A o Cbchorn : HZ pkys
Bope to Order miut 1 pkgs 5I lse la transitu (r f?aa Fran
To mas FBAaXtsco Per Llaao, Oct. 22d :
150 Rice, aks
betel Leaves, be.......
Calf Cains, bodl
Goal rJ knis, bndia
Ganav, pkz. .......
Heaala and Hoops, caks.
1 iaookav, bndls......
1 Mierp tkins, bndls.
1 Sugar, kegs.......
2 Specie. $l.n24 50 i kg.
1: Wool, b&ica
Vaioei Domestic. .1K.14I 50 Foreign f3.42T.6i
. - transitu from. Auckland . I rK Mdse.
Foa Hoacaoaa rer Minrv. Oct. 2nd -.
TWf. tee 1 Rope, rod
Funns, bags.... - 3i Specie, bx. .
Valu- Dome-ti j. . f "527 (W ; Foreign. . .
.f II 75.
I Fut At rintit-Ir Nrbraaaa, lcl ' 1 :
I M.-tsdi. Mila J i-ir
I lula, baVa .. SIi'hi, r
I fmgxr, 'J k f
mat .......... 7
Vs:n- lurti..f 1.'" J ; I i;n 11.141
I m trantit rmm ill !!-'-
I'viiw ii l'iri,ii Vwr l.l.L.k I kf 1 fnK f A.l iifia.
Mn thfW.O aixl rVll. Mra ls'll. K-x I lu, A U.ni-a.
CKntslilc,U ttia- Uloae, la atre, mtni iJ la
A ilKama 1 w. Mra lr M;rrw. Z S -jaUhn an l
m.f-. N W l aiUi.t. f-tn V-rria. Uirrii.ct- ii ti. ll.ni. K L llar
K P RmT. i'tt.n I r uiru. Aft h.h J''. MariU'-l K.ir-.
ti-rtr Tn. J-hn UiU-rtr. i kifkaxl, II Arira-a, U
K lu:Utr. kiiU i in traaoita fr -ni :u i;i.
Fob Auiuid-N ..rak. Ort.-jai N r wji TS'i
tb'-o. S t, awl in irti.suu lr..m ran I rii.ri o.
HowiMd-P'r .i.,li't CUirir.
tna Kf l IVf Kii.o-a. '"l. 24tU W II R.re atvl
Mra tian-il. Mra M V Ui.ilnry. Ma Anna Bi, H WuUrr
Krt rniLt. Jm(l l- n.,i..t. J rl .t.r;' . Jr. J' hn Tni,
v U B.l-y. V L .rc-n. II MacfarUiw, ajui Wk.
rVmUV AfA I ti 1 toT t f V
4H44VV V 4 V V V v -V
S ATM DAY. OCTOBER 20.
The prudent and intcili-'nt LuineH man,
makes it a rule t frequently and thoroughly -o
.(,, an exainireition cl ina rcsourrci. with the
object of a.'v crta.ii.ng just how he is tituated,
. !, alJ.i OU2nt to undertake and what
trai.tuf Av tbiW. rectni.ijr i.ivyna us wiiii itictr inuntm, ; a opyjtion would be at first rtveited in soinequar-
i cio vr N-bruka, x-i 21.-Mr vm r,rt!! iiMrlf thould laid inetead of follow in tbis ' tefs with extreme disfaf or; but there is nothing in it
Mr. I Mt. M wa-ca a .l 4 cl..UrC. b -1 .a ' inoonsistent with intelligent loyalty ad patriotism.
Uiiwiu i t Km liuxuri matter ol liirniariin a t'lan as wttt autu- . r .
.. . .. ,M , . -r t,vt.. ..... -,i In effect it would be etmnly the purchase by the gov-
ho::,: , catir.g a We ha-l declared. an-J arc .t.U ernmeut of the ryal iJuiainfcr a pa of itff,r
- - ,
forbear, ari what his pror-ccbi arc f tx euccow or
the Opposite. IbC present moment, (on the
that J re AmZMO,,-.) a fitting
'time for ourselves, as a community, to in like
manner undergo a self-examination ; in a cotnr re-Iicrif-ive
way t) take account of (dock, as it were ;
calling thing) by their right namex, and dodging
DO truth, llOWCVCr UlipaUtcabie
And just here
we arc aware wc shall he met with tho objections
of those whose favorite but mistaken policy it
would be to conceal, even from ourselves if thnt
i were possible, any unfavorable pymptoma that
may exist. Uut wc believe that a plain state-
exist. JJut wc neucve tnai a plain state-
t of a case is the initial step towards a cure.
.e fa. t then is un.l.-inablc and apparent to
all who have resided on these Islands for any
,r ,. ,ni,P .i.,w en fir a
" - i J ' J "
material prosj.critj gx1, is in a lees favorable
condition, than at any previous period in its
histyry,-' Honolulu, the chief city of the King-
j doai, and the nucleus of commerce and capital,
since ti. c uays we inig.n n.iuosi tnj wnen ii,
ceased to be a mere fishing village, never showed
."MlCaWber like, in tllO Iiope Ol a turn lor
, ... ti.. r. : . .... i- i
ucucr. iikj met w, uiai um i-eopio na.c 1101.
money to -pend, and from w hence is the businc. ! ial for rjury, at the present term of the Su
changc for the tetter to eomc?From whtje- preme Court, are bo many arguments for a pro-
A . I 'i It . r .1 r a
f hips, which were once our chit-r euprort, nd
1 . .. . . 1 '
which undoubtedly created tire beginnings of
whit we ' have had of proFperity,,we can in the
future expect but little assistance, i It is pcrlmps
too much to say that we drovelhem away from
our shores, but we cerminly omitted no oppor
tunity to profit by them while they ttayed with
i a -
i us, and some went po far as to profess a -atiated
indifference when they intimated an intention of
living. Somehow, the owners at home have got
an ingrained idea that their ships in former years
left too much money in Honolulu for the health
4.S,iVV'. ;.r:y-Tii VTil? r.il-zcz i
uaxe. uj uupivanaub cminut t.t tnc sni-nnnuai
presence of the fleet caused the free circulation
of coin amongst all classes, yet we arc quite as
euro that all the money made out of the whalers
dkl not remain here to enrich us, but that the
major part of it has left oar chores for other
climes, in the posscfvion of its fortunate recipi
ents. Thus much as to tho whalers, in passing ;
and any great expectations of future prosperous
times for Honolulu through their visits, cannot j
rttisonably be entertained.
iUut our other, and latterly our only resource,
ik also falling off.
From various causes the sum
iota, in value
of Vur exports for the year will '
' r . p r - wv nui '
wofnot far from 400,000 a very.:
i show a decrease
larzc and alarminz Cirurc for us. and on the wron?
mdc. The bv no means pnrrriin' fart vrna mndf
Down just before the sailing of the last steamer,
that do exchange was to be had on Sin Francisco,
becanse we had no funds placeiJ abroad against
.... , , . " .. . ... r
Which id dlUW. Till 8 Ktato Of things Will not 01
ii . . i . i ,. . .
course last any longer than the time that must
lu, unt forwnr.1 l...f
clapso before produce can
its occurrence at all is an uncomfortable symp-
torn. It shows indeed, how almost absolutely
dependent we are on the good or ill success of
tho rlante for tho inflllence of a drought IS
felt eventually in Honolulu, if anything, Biorc
, .. r , .. . ,
severely than on Maui, where it occurs. And so
L - whenever there is a diminished production
. . r
from any other cauFe, or a fall in tho California
market the effect is speedily seen and felt. And
the reasons Tor this arc palpable enough. Hono
lulu, produces nothing itself, and is but the Ftorc
house, the entrepot, for the planters, whence
they procure their euppliea and where they chip
their produce to a foreign market ; sustaining in
this respect, much the same relation to the plan
tations that it formerly bore to the whalers, with
the difference however, that the relation is vastly :
more intimate with the former than it could bare
been with the latter. And as with the metro
polis, eo with the country at large all interests
are more or Ices identified with or ttOected by the
one paramount producing industry, that of sugar
It is useless to attempt to overlook
this fact, and it is worse than unless it is mis
chievousto undervalue it. We Bay mischiev-
cuuies inai etana in tue way ol our progress, or
1.' . a. .a a.
to intelligently and heartily seek for and apply
the means for overcoming those difficulties.
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we una ourselves men to-day, as a nation, ;
possessed of one only available resource, the pro
duction of sugar, and that on the decrease.
There arc, undoebte-lly, many other articles of :
commercial value that can and will one day be !
produced here and swell largely our list 0r CX-
1 T , . ... '
IV. 19. aJUb 1U OllC llllll n t7 IMIC leitl 1IVU I'J UI I
..n fafter tha evrieniliture nf a rrral denl r.F I
' 1 " o .
wore sugar than wc do at
present, and if possible, at a reddced cost. And
the conclusion forced upon us amounts to the
alternative of cither sjieedily increasing our
means of production, or of idly folding our
hands and drifting into national beggary. "VVe
have the natural advantages of soil, climate and
geographical position, to make ours a great pro
ducing country. Capital with which to develop
theso natural sources of wealth is at our call,
whenever wc ehall prove by our actions that we
know how to use it to advantage. Our primary
needs are labor anl population. Will not a
united, an honest and a systematic eCbrt r rocuro
The barkentine Victor, from Pu?et Sound
with lumber, and a Schooner reported to be tbe
Emily, from Micronesia, nre reported outside this
j can, inasmuch as a failure on our part to rccog- j the rise in valae thereby accruing to the adjoining! congratulated his hearers that Kngland was at peace
nizc the gravity of the situation, will and must i lands. all nations, and declared that the award of the
rr,.! n. Jnmf . v.fT. i premises, therefore, that if our islands i Geneva arbitration shall bepaid within ayear with-
render us incompetent to grapple with the d.ffi- ! ftre o b leJ't0 their fJu c.pac5,yt it mast j out increasing the taxes of the country.
! We cnfc tj n cuiall degree of disappoint-
! ... .......
I mni it tl;o Ini-t th-it xal.il. nn nil Iian-Irf 11 In
ackii" Ifl-iJ tiiat tl.c want of Ialr anl pij-u-
lati La- In-vomc With uo imtional and j rcsiD,
. , , 1 c ,. , - ,i ,
" a" J1 dtClute Khc,uc or I'Un hf n
'oevt--.l ur r.i wbereby a "ystematic clfjrt
) C-in taa'lc towanis Fupi lyin tliat want. It
. J4as hoWCVtT beCIl Hit limited DV tlloMJ UO Lave
' Mtcl and di-cucd bj ail, with a iew to iw
U!n3 a thorouSdy combined national enterpr.se.
. , , . - . i
;an.l when rrfected. that it fhonld not only
receive tle approval and co-operation of tbe
, government, but that government should assume
the mten.itr and eo far as nc-otiatin- with the
theunntrani.iar as nco0t.at ' u
! authorities of the countnes to which we are to
I.jolc for the Purrljr of our r.eetsHties, the prin-
... .... . . , ...
, opal direction .r the exi.ed.tion wh.cl. it will
; be iiccc-wary to wnd. Anything short of th.s
! coinprehcnsive c-ffrt, will rceult in only a tcm-
rorary relief lo our present local necessities for
- iii jre labor, and will fail in one ercat. necearv
( feature, that of stamping tho cntcrpriHi as a
rational Hawaiian one. in wh.cl. ,h Kin-, the
government and the people arc alike combined
in an earnest ell'irt to forward the general in-
t a r.r - Mv .... f ,...1
ILICTIO VI V I ' Vr VUUaJki J V V V ILpTUkl ! At.M
must be ariarent to all who will give the subject
a careful consideration, that in order to secure
tlie accomplishment of our dcircs, on nnj com-
- iuensurate ecule with our necessities, the enter-
prise muet go forth to the world not as merely
a present pressing demand for a few hundred 1
j laborers, but as a ticnuineiit national movement, j
, led by the King and government and heartily j
supported and co-operated in by the entire s
people, whereby we Lope to honestly and legiti
people, vviicreoY we nope io nonesiiy anu icgiii-
' mately obtain "the labor w ith which to develop
J , . , A, .
our resources and to provide the means of necur-
! ing such an addition to our permanent potiula-
I tion as will cflt.ctually r.-ctiperate the nation
Holding these views, whicli we believe are tlie
oi liie oj iiiioit, iiiai u.c .i.uuiucr w .uuiuiin.v, ; iuaoic o.u;mti anvu, un.u e fairly set in, together with the liTCiy times
enrtitutin as it d--s the representative capital rer endowment of the Royal State and Ki-nity " ! ,he ..ijij campVn a!wvs ensures ; we hate
1 .....JL r.,t. r, rl. f tL country thuuld ' ,he uu,ctr,,u nJ dimmiaLiDS reenu dene,l ; dratuatk irformauces. bails, parties,
and Lu-iih-i c-ntcrpr. ..f t.,e Country, M.uuld f ta W!lste;l and deprec.at.og leaseholds. Moreover. 0,; of 1 UcriFtku. The opening
Like ti:e initiative in tins mij-oi taut matter, and j if the results of eucu a pl:cy bhuuid be an mcree "
that anv feaeib'.c i-Un dekiI and I eifceted v t the t-uljects ,f the Kin-dom. the " lU.yal State caluorma tiieatkk.
- 1 ti- i ,, i" ' and 1'ieniv "would threl.y be more enhaitceil thaa .
tLit bvbbiulJ be made public, carefully di- v ,.., ,. . i ,,!.. ..f rty. i ,ln,i f,,r.w, Ti '. week, after being closed for renoTations, was
' views of all well-wishers of the nation and the e, lPWcan8, or U rant party, claim to Have light gloves soil so easily. I he walk.ng-cane para
I . cirne-l the State election in l'ennsylvania by froia sol is the only shape considered stylish, the old
. country, we have deferentially awaited the nn- 5 noo to CO.OOO majority, Ohio by iio.OOO, and He- I sbare bei ug met with at very rare intervals. White
of a plan or scheme w hich should
nrato with the grave importance of
ttic subject in Land, irom the uourcc wnence we
The two trials for murder, and at least one
4iilitorJ "quor uwf ,ur i'e iree use 01 in-
. ji' u-; L I. : o..:.
toxioating drlhk",twt) men, each in their way use
! ful members of society, would to-day be walking
i about in our midst, who now sleep in bloody '
1 "raves murdered bv whisky This it the verdict
, graves, murdered Dy w h.slty. 1 .is is the verdict .
j of tho public mind, based on plain facts, lhe ;
i arguments in favor of moderate drinking, of;
i 1 t p i ,i i
i eating men in a temtcratc use of alcohol, arc
unisI"eu o nauovv mociccry wnen conironicu
, -th the tragic record of the doings of whisky.
(And yet there arc those in the community who
",lu Per, iasc ou an ngai re-
iiH K rri? arc in fact mnnv lii Iia fnnnd talm 1n.-w;
; .""7" . .i v i 7 i .7 rT
j nncI nour,7 trea' t,,e 'aw as a dead letter. It was
j rcmarKM 7 mcmoer ot the Assembly during
I tLe latc Bceaion tLa a prohibitory law would be
' of "o use unless public opinion demanded it. The
i principle ia unuouoicviiy sounu. o law can oc t
I efficiently executed which is not in consonance
j demanding a prohibitory law, will at all events;
;nu:. .. ..: i : r
insist upon ine since anu impartial cniorcemcnt
f tIiC ,dw8 noW in cxi8tcnce which apply to four-
fifths of our population?
, . .
The Problem Of Population and OUT Land
It hardly seems necessary to urge that the great
want of our islands is inhabitants, and that the ques
tion of the d-iy is, how shall we get them; that
with the solution cf this question, the questions of
labor, investment of capital, home markets aud
! Publi5 revenue wilt be satisfactorily settled.
Tt 14 nntiirnl t hnt thrive irr
! should regard that as a matter of the highest impor-
tancc, aud it is such to them individually, because '
. tney are personally ami nnancially intere.-teil in ob- ;
( taming it; and they cannot lie expected to give equal
sunnnrt to a rnrn rehens y lan' wl.n . S . ? . !
tTtir rS'v VI?, f L1JI 'T fi'"t eQT
The one is an enterprise for the government which
never dn-s, whicli looks past the generations and lays
the foundations for other times to build upon: the
. l .. r .
other is rather a matter of private interest, and for
! the present is properly carried on through private
It hardly can be seriously argued that the mere j
imr..,r..t;,.., i,.hro. nnn:nn- tr. i- i
will settle the question cf population, or indeed in I
the least degree assist in its Uution.
AVe need settlers and fee-holders to make our lands I
valuable and productive. Homesteads
i culably more profitable to ,the com
area in graiing and wood-cutting lease-holds.
With the present rapid decadence of the population
we are in a fair way of learning the very important
truth "that land without people on it, is really 1
worthless; that the " value of land depends simply i
! on there being somebody to collect its produce, or on
, the probability that there will be people." This clear
proposition is universally acted upon every day and
j the world over. The settlement of the new lands of !
i the Uuited States is under its principle. Land asso-
: ciations and railroad companies know that they can
atTord to cive awav land to settlers for the sake of
. . . . . . ... . I
te brought about through the settlement of their
lands; that homesteads, rather than field-gangs, are .
t0 U bas5,9 ofour 8lial vand civil ProSress, j
a careful study of our land policy becomes necessary
t0 the formation of any practical plan for. effecting1
In lc43 Kamchameha III. then proprietor, by '
! virtue cf his position, of the whole area of the j
groap, with far seeing sngacity
statesmanship, made his ever me
. .- r 1
f the gratcr Potion of his domain to his chiefs and .
people, reserving certain lands to himself as his own .
people, reserving certain lands to himself as his own .
i private property, unaer tnis Kingly grant, tne gov- i
ommonr Vi ia nwnrp,l hv mval nitunt a hrm !
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number of homesteads to resident Hawanans, in fee
simple, and upon nominal consideration; beside
thcie. limitel amount of land haa been sold to or-
dinary purchasers. A large proportion of the re- j
lu.iuiiug auus uuuirpopeu oi, are let iu larc tmeis
for long terms, to graziers, planters, wood-cutters
and pulu gatherers.
The royal domain reserved I y Kamehameha III.
was considerably diminished by sales made by him
an l Kamehameha IV.; but in lfcG-3, all that remained
of it was made inalienable by Act of tbe Legislature.
This Act also provided for the appointment of com
missioners of Crown lands, who were authorized to
lease these lands for terms not exceeding thirty years.
Thus we find the greater part of the area of the
group held by tbe Government and the King; the
Crown lands, inalienable and generally farmed out
on long terms, the Government lands alienable, but
under The long existing prejudice against their alien
ation, mostly farmed oat to tenants like the Crown
lands! This mistaken policy has brought about a
condition of things which forms perhaps the greatest
obstacle to a comprehensive homestead system of
settlement A large proportion of the best lands are
hell by tenants under long leases, some of them
with privileges of renewal upon the expiration of the
terms, so that even with a change in our land policy
it will be many years before all these lands come
nn a ncarry, eouna Tiuoiie opinion. And we! "J mejuiy. ui mc iumun oi a. i . o iiirau on ; wj,,te lawns or flower covered muslins, and feel
. 1 a a si m. . s . . - at,.. r. at... .no..l.. . ww I -. I I ,1 . . .
, do not such occurrences ns these to w hich we ! , T P- , , , i ; ; happy and proud as the peacock with his first bright
, o .iiv..j " . ,..,. n the 30t i lilt., and almost the entire nresi i i ... i.. .:n. .t - . v. i
r. constitute sufficient basis to evoke a public of California is loud spoken in condemnation. ' The j ereTa.ons.eraMrir
which, if it shall not co to the extent of calls it -a mockery ol juslice," and says I caJe3 will rat,ie over the cobule ..ones: the street-
' airalu uuJeT the control of the liovernrnect. It Is
v.n.hiir.1- ImifffTfr tli.r fhr i ni.v sufficient avail
. : "
Tn.l t.f t.r..rf intlt. f,,r in-ii"iirti1.n t,f
6UC, echeme, air! as it prr:rel. thc'iiicrcai'iiir
diman-l f.;r LociestcaJs iniht be suppIieJ 1J the
! ccostAnL'y expiring leaseholls.
: .s ta the r-.yal lk,n,ain. the evident rli,'T to be
pUr,ed ia to rtf.eal the act tf 1S0. which o.a ie them
, iualiea&LIe. aoj Test them, with & few prtpr rescrv
ut goTernmeni, io t mruwa cpea as
iK-ttler. It is without doubt true th&t Fuoh
. "glory of the King is in the number of his people,"
not in the number of his acres. Therefore, a change
of this kind would be as strongly in the interests
fcf rw!iltJ ia any other interests of the country,
probably more so.
The Uu l policy cf the government is less the policy
- V'- a'Ja',uu,trl"'In lt.13 the entai e.1
. inhcriUncc fmm r.rui,r bJm.uirfmiuu.., !.. hue
I cf acttn, controlled by a short siehte-l prejudiceaud
infiaenced in a measure by diEL-uit circumstances.
Las left us almost helpless to effect au immediate
rilica. U rtn The reaen R,IinilliMra,K,u do lltlt I
n.y approve of the land policy of the past aud
; would doubtless lovk with favor upon a charge of
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. I in. Is ,f the KiuTJom to iovm . U settiers.
' t w r(.t ..;.Li.t ti.f in.i i;, nf -i.l-.n
; can only be earned out by the Ooverument, and
' whi,e enterprfce looking solely to a supply of labor
fetand but a doubtful chance in our Legislative Uniies,
th-w reform entered into upon the national grouuJ of
; our imperative need of a greater population would.
it is believed, meet with almost universal support.
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j Ministration; a polic, which would be a mo t fating
j sequence of the royal grant of Ka.nehau.eh III , and
a enlutcneJ ratification of the principles o( that far
at4 I tl I I v IT IT EfliUI il f II . I It lllfb r.lillfV flT I fl1
THIRTEEN DAYS LATER !
ARRIVAL OF THE IDAHO.
met.a,n.A.AA.i3. r. junnu, upiam v.
j "owe", arrived at this port on Saturday last 10
i days trom ban b rancisco, bringing dates trom that
; ity t0 the ,nh ill!it We are indebted to I'urser Alley
ti i a v f t- a u u r .. r': t t
for files of papers and memoranda.
The news, aside from the elections in the United
States, is not larticularly imjrtant.
' braska by 6,000; while the result was considered
; oubtful in Indiana. eorgia, however had gone
: lemocratic, by at least 40,Hi) majority, i he friends
f the plCliident were confiJeut that his re-election
rrton. .Mr. .Mori, was to besunerceui
cans holding jmsitions in Japan were to be discharged, ! manner, fcmall circular capes are now otten seen ol
Js'crthrup, the Connecticut Commissioner of Kduca- ! the same shade d trimming as the Polonais over
turn, had concluded not to go ouc to Japan, &c., &c. ; kirt. The hair is no longer worn in braids falling
All this is met by the following : j low on the neck, but is dressed high on the head
. j with two or three curls falling past the shoulders to
Washi.vgton, Oct 4. Mr. Mon, the Japanese ; lhe waist It i:1 brushed up high off the forehead.
Minister, received a telegram from San b rancisco tugi, ,ue little curls so long worn over the fore
wi.li tlie hite.st advices from .Tartan, namelv. to the ; , ... i i r ti... i... i
! 7th of September, stating that the country was quiet,
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and Government aflairs progressing favorably. Mr.
Mori autl,or,zcJ dental ot the truth of the state-
mcnt hy telegrani3 hcr0t anJ wlJeIy publ,8hed,
including that of the alleged anti-progressive move-
ments in Japan, and says that Capron and Smith
1 nave no. oecn uisciiareeu. j.iey went iu j niu uuuer
; ctmtrMt fur a nunibcrKof yeTt auJ at stipulated sal-
nrjCs, and they can therefore remain, if they choose,
; i,uritlg iast summer he was oflicially informed by his
T e . .1 . 5.- .?
rerformed, and as an evidence of its appreciation.
1 rVa position was raised to that of Minister Kesi-
; dent while thanking his Government for this dis-
tinguisbed consideration, he insisted on his resigua-
tion. The desire to be relieve! will be respected, but
! he will remain until further orders.
I Alter a trial of three weeks, (which was one week
! less than the hrst trial seven months ago. when she
j was convicted) Mrs. Laura I). Fair was acquitted
This result hardly excites surpris, in view of the
ia uim me juii1nnri.K.ii m-i muv.u uimi.unY iiuui
a venire of several hundred citizens, wns comnosed
c.A. ,!... ... 1 I II .... ...i.l. . 1 . Ii: . . . 1 4 n I
J of men confessedly of swell slight intelligence that
i iW knew little or nothing about the case, or had
j formed no opinion on what they had read.
! Doubtless the thing that has led to tbo clearance
i jg that provision of the law which, ostensibly aim-
ing to secure strict impartiality, operates to exclude
character and intelligence from the jury box and
to leave the decision of questions of tact and law,
olten of the nicest sort, to minds least qualilied lor
We compile lhe mopt important telegrams of news:
Lonim.x, Sept. U7. It is reported that Karl lius-
sell is preparing u review ol tlia proceedings of the
The Chamber of Commerce in several of the lead-
ing cities of Kngland have adopted resolutions con-
giatulating the (Jovermm nt on the happy teiinina-
Arbitration, and copies the resolu-
Hons will be forwarded to the United States.
""Hon. K- in an address to his con-
stituent- ut JJradlord. to-night, said that the oject
ot tUe e!leva 1 nhnnal was not merely to preserve
i I'-ace, but to preserve friendship between hngland j
an(I -m""l:- S,,t;u ""'""'I' uoi e.v.si oeiore
llh.e.ttlfni.ll.ittllf AlMlilllll;irl:lim4 lkll.lthfkB.31t..:
of feeling was such that it might at any moment j
have caused war. Forbearance on both sides had j
been necessary to bring the disp-ite to a settlement :
tlirousu toe slow process oi negotiation. iy mat
f!earan,ce ulT ?.r .f tlJ0 "Iirect J
cbaims. In conclusion he said that the decision at J
G-enevli not ,on1 V America X3.00l),oo0, but;
o make our lands i v,,uvw k y r-'18 '"" uu,uii, uut
ads will be iucal 1 P'v,"s Pe:ice to ,,olu countries, with new interna
ntry than a l"ke ! tionu rules of the highest value, besides establish-
i. . ,,1 ing a precedent that cannot fail to be beneficial to
lg a p
Mr. Lowe. Chancellor of the Exchequer, in a
"Pecb at Olasgow last nigiit, severely condemned
Sir Alexander Cockburn for not siguing the award
of damages in the Alabama claims, and for pub
lishing an argument which opens up the question
and renews ill-feeling, lie insisted that it is the
uutJ" of England to accept the award loyally,
Ina speech made by Ceo. Jessel. Solicitor-den
ral ut Jover, lust night, the speaker dwelt at some i
lengm on ine operation oi tne new uaiionaw. tie
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Strapboi-ro. Oct. 8. An official statement made
of the result of the "option," shows that of natives
of tho new German provinces of Alsace and Lor-
raine. 101, Cod have declared in favor of retaining
1' reach citizenship.
Of this number 28,S00 decla-
l rations have become valid through emigration to
France, and in addition to it 12.0U0 domiciled
trencLmen Iiave left tbe provinces.
ih 1 utrie publishes the report of a recent con- j
versation with Thiers, in which he declares that
, , .
every one in L.irope desires peace. II
that Germany had weakened herself by
that Germany had weakened herself by the annex-
aiionoi non-uerman territory. liussia was friendly
tn Kranen. and Aiiitri-i tnnniil,;, u.;tb i.Vinnu
... V '"i"""" ."
while Italy remembers the oast, b
her revenge, not by arms, but ina
she has nothing to fear.
ranee will have
work ia which
London, Oct. 8.A Taris special from Madrid
pays : lasi evening. Willie King AmadeUS was
walking in the Flaza del Oriente. two men concealed
behind a statute threw- several large stones at him.
crying, " viva Li i.Vpttjt'ca." The desperadoes fled,
pursued by a number of policemen, but escaped.
The King was unhurt, but the occurrence causes
great excitement in Madrid.
Kome, Oct. 3. The Tope, in replying to a depu
tation which visited him on the anniversary of the
talking of the plebisckum in Rome, declared that
tbe ascendancy of the Church would assuredly
come ; if not iu bis life time, it would ia that of his
London. Oct. 4. Agrarian violence is rife in the
County of Mayo. Ireland. Landholders in tbe
vicinity of Newport have been shot at. and other
outrages committed, but in all cases the perpetra
tors have escaped detection.
London. Oct. 5. A despatch from Yokohama,
dated September 2oth. announces that two-thirds of
the treasure lost by the burning of the steamship
A'.ituvi is recovered.
TiTCSViLU!, Fenn., Sept. 29. At a final meeting
of oil producers, at Oil Tity yesterday relative to
tbt hut:iti Iown of wt-Ils. it w nninimi'ti-ily
ai:rHvl to supMil all p'liupii: wt-lt. alt tarttior
ilriltill". for ari.-l iml ! tl.il iv il v. Ui ?-'llUiiUS
: were isu utli-piol protiliiiin,; lLo ux- if Kobvri'i
t)rivda. until u!tr March lt. Ail the ilistric
represented at the iihh-iu). and the teelsn
unuinioiw. Tbo t.bjt i-thor.-ugbly accon
pli.-hed. Thre.'-fourtbs f the well throughout t!
Country st;pea at mi.iaiiTM lot iiiiini. aim tue o.ti
ance will follow. Advanced ptices in oil vtiiluke
San Francisco Correspondence.
Sax Fbaxcisco, tctober i. 1ST'-'.
l'KAB Commercial: Saq Francisco seas.n of gj-
, ua ar D0W Ju P,&uu
u at petf
Puul JUJS19 lo. 3. Lful''.uJ UJ p-t-e oi
dramatic entertainment in the lulled Mates.
pe. stone's chvkcu
u anotber iMiug Q wLich perhaps manv of your
1IoUollllu ,e inltrwlej. stcJ with.n its
, , nl, cushioned pews we find an indefinable
t L r,v... v- .,, , i'i,..r,.v.
ih mi ko in i l ii ii a. a.tutaaa ui.-a au. a.wawaaa.a uuava-K
and carries us bick to the time when we listened to
the practical discourse of the lie. Mr. Frear, or tbe
fatherly admonitions of good Father 1 'anion. The
choir loft is back of the pulpit ; the pulpit beinj of
a rather new style, a 8111.1II, slender book stand,
large enough to support the llible, but not of suffi
cient fsixe to coux-al the preacher. The platform is
extensive, and is furnished with three large chairs,
separated by little marble top tables, instead of the
uul soft. Crimson velvet covers the chairs, pulpit
and cushions of the church. The communion table
stands in front of the pulpit on a step above the
floor of the general church, and is always graced by
a bouquet cf flowers that look for all the world as if
t. .... ta
mm WVitilwvt V a V in vv a v a uaa
; T ."K mJ
; BtrajKUt HnJ square, but branch ttT in semi-circ!es
; fnm ,hc centre )sle Tbe n u exteil8ive ex.
i tending entirely round the church, the ceiling is
oeauiiiuuy irescoeu in colors, wune itie utoies par-
j lors and other rooms for different purposes complete
j the large and spacious building. It seems a favorite
i place of worship for the visiting population of Ho
j i.olulu, perhaps because the genial face of the Ha
waiian Consul is frequently to be met with there.
Thiiro GOAma trt tm roiitA a rovAlnti..n in roriiiinc
d though Honolulu is hardly the climate of ban
rancisco, a few words upon how our ladies dress
will not be without interest. F.utire suits of black
woitiilin. Krriivfvl nr nl:iin nrf tprr miii-.h worn
: JlVpr d..r dresses of bl u k ; even tlie liat. narasol.
( gioTe3 are black, the latter an advantage, since
j flutiugs of net and lace are worn instead of collars,
j with a silk scarf passing round the neck and tied in
1 a sailor knot in front. J ligh-c.ow tied hats and high-
crowned bonnets worn oil the face are the geueral
neau eoiiiiiiue to ie mvorneo nn uiiuiy. iuc uaiiu-
I b,lpf i,.,,,-u r-irel to 1,p seen, hut a short
! -ece of incb anj a h;Uf r;uKon, pendent from the
, b u a j terminatei Ly a tow tht conceals a hook.
i 5s useJ ftr cariyjn the fan at a party, a fashion
that tUe laJiea considcr as convenient as it is pretty,
' .We are all looking forward to the coming races
: wun pleasure, unmixeu wuu lear nun irepioauou.
Last Saturday the matinees were but
i poorly atten.leu; the streets, usually so gay, looKea
' ...1 1...-.... ... C. ifc..l. 3 1
, riages and horses were hired Irom Oakland and its
j vicinity. Express wagons, in fact everything in the
! vehicle Une, did a lively business. Goldsmith Maid
: came in winner, but it yet remains to be seen if she
! ean outspeca uociueni.
j TnE weather.
! How blpst are vou neonle of th f ronlrs. W
now enjoying a little of your life-giving sunshine and
j warm genial atmosphere. We don our spotless
' cars grind ont the turnings, the Grant and Greeley
i .11 ... . l i r . l l - . i
1 c.uos paravua me siree.s wi.n o.e nnu time urums.
' fifVs mill Iit-ilam Taailtl.4 urlliullp. will Klfinr an.1 utinnnna
fire; Oh ! what would wc
j blissful quiet with only 01
I sienal whistle and the
we not give for a day of your
one steamer a month, an occa-
armonious rattle of ungreased
! carriage wheels. But withal San Francisco is blest
! in the absence of a few things; we have no social gos-
, sips, no one always ready to peep at os.no arm
strong weighted with its petty convictions ready to
j come down on us; no one green enough to throw
' stones when their own habitation is made of glass;
j no business men who tenderly enrry, right to mischief.
j makers, the gossips that should be sent by express,
j but we have
j 2tRa. fair
j This notorious woman is at large, and the many
1 men who sailed in the same boat with Judge Critten-
den feel unsafe in their boots, for they do not know
j when their turn may come. Knough- of this, the
musical whistle of the ll.iho tools its last toot, and
j the handsome but shaky captain orders all aboard.
hid a reluctant adieu. 5uu Smu
! . . . ...
(Late of Hie llnglisd Army Meilionl ?tHff.)
Corner of Vort and JCli.r p t r-cl.
jjA THE CF.MiAR ITNI0KR M V BOOK-
SOire. caiable of stow ln 4 tU bsrrels.
M Apply lo H. M. WHITNEY.
Til E COOLAN U A I ICY O FFICK. LATELY
o-cupi.-l by Jlr. J. W. Austin, Ei-q., with the office fur
uiture iu it. Terms low. Apply to
11. M. WHITNEY..
WIIKKRAS sixgyke has this pay
nis.le au as-sijriiroent of all hia pnirty, liolh rel and
personal, to too uiiderxiuue.1 for the lieoetit of hia creilitora
now, therefore, all parties having claim apuinu the airt Si"?
yee, are hereby requested to present the same to tlie nnder-stcn-'it
at hi otflee in Honolulu; and all partie lnd-b.ed to the
f.nd Siiiftyee. are hereby reiut ied lo make imineiiiHti" pay
ment to the undersigned. F. A. HCHAhFKK.
Honolulu, Oct- ii. 1S72. r26 4t
rev THERE V I L.Ia U E SOf.I) AT ALC-
i 1 tion at the (internment I'ouimI, at Piiuoa, nn
p-y Tuesday, Oct. 29, and on FRIDAY, Nov. 1, at 12
ii 1 o'cl-JCk noon, the following animals :
TUESDAY 1 Black Cow, left ear split, brand on ripht in
descrinahle, left J BS. 1 Bay Ilore, aore hark, white forehead,
three white fetlocks, brand on ripht ind-cribaMe.
FRIDAY 1 IJirge Bay Muie, brind indescribable.
There are also the t allowing strayed animals; 1 red mooly cow.
white on back, and has a calf, brand left fore hip, JK. left
bind lec, indercrihable. 1 Black ll'.r-ie. brand on left hind
hip and rifrht fore hip, indescribable. 1 Bay Horse, fetlocks
black, white spot en forehead, brand rirht indescnbahle.
It P. KAAIAlll'A, Pound Master.
WE ARE OFFERING Til IS MONTH
superior f-irrivs :
AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES.
These Silks are Eemarkably Cheap, and
we will hold ourselves RESPONSIBLE
for their wear.
ADDRESS FOR PATTERNS,
A. S. CLEG HORN CO.
O. HALL & SON
HftVK Jl HT BKCK1VKU
lARDwARE, COOKING SlOlffc I
SILVER PLATED WaVHai:,
PAIWTS, OILS, VARWISH!
Car.! Maicttr, Krroarn Oil, Frnc W irr-, N'w. 4, i anJ o, with ulaplrn; Wticrlbarroa-s
Carriage anl Cart Avlra, one to thrr Inrhra; Carriafr Kriiij, Carriar IlaMwarr, lto're f hnr-a. Ho M Naili,
Cut Nail. 3.1 to COd Clinch Naila, Boat Nail. Cut and W roue til Ppikra. 4 to $ im-hra , rhoe lata anJ Tiudin ,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
I'roncli Cnlf JHIl.ii.
Pridl a iv I Pa.JJl Ornament, Mak-kn Tr- anJ ?tirrup Marbl W'aih Baaint and fixtur,
X Full Assortment of c:nrientrrN .-.nil Agricultural Tools.
HI It.DKR'S HARIlWAKK. G AI.VAM7.F.1) TVUS A M PAIIaS. r.. c.
IIKV GOODS, Ac vr.
iil::ciii:i) a,w i5i:tiVa cottons fkiivts &c, &c
New lioods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
IKE Ev2, m
V K Cr i i
... rrr. -V
? . 1 .
CUTLERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
-A. Groat SLiss-t. of ECqIIo w w taro
Viz : Sauce pan", Fry Pans, Tea Kettles, Iron Pota and Furnace Iloilers,
Galvanized Iron Tubs from 11 to 30 inches;
Galvanized Iron Buckets, 10, 11, 12, 13 inches,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Ca1, Cartridges, Powder, Shot and Calls.
Seine and Wrapping Twine, Fish Hooks and Lines !
KEROSENE LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS!
DOWNERS AND DEVQE'S BEST KEROSENE OIL!
DIRECT FROM THEIR FACTORIES, EXPECTED SOON TO ARRIVE.
Dealers desiring to purchase the GENUINE ARTICLE at a Iow Figure, will forward their
We would also call the attention of Local and Country Dealers to our fresh stock of
HUBBUCK'S BEST PAIWTS AND OILS!
Just Received, the Largest and Best Assortment in the Market.
Brushes of every kind and quality,
Byam's 8 Card Matches, on hand and to Arrive.
pure mmih ano new Zealand cordage:
Bits, Bridles and Spurs, Mule Collars and Hames,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Topsail Chains,
Bar Steel and Iron, Wrot Nails,
Cut and Wrot Spikes.
Now is tlie Time to J3uy good Goods ut 30 per (rent below
their Ileal Value, al the
Concrete Block, Nos. 95 and 97 King Street, Honolulu.
,e21 IIFfa.IIVOfIAJIf & CO.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL PLANTS.
I HAVE NOW FOR S A I, E -Ci,t
t&sb5 some fine specimens of the fago I'alai, Ja t?,.-
tyjsA pan Fig, and other rare and ornamental 'JiiA
Plants. Also, a Rreat variety of Fruit Bearing Trees, Mirulis
and Vines. A choice selection of Koaes and Lil.es.
For Sale at Rraaonnble Rntea at Dr. Ilillc
brntiat'a Gnrdeo. Naaanta Vnlley.
oe!2 lm AN TONE.
VERY COOL AND
-A. Perfe ot JJtl
Extraordinary io Figure,
A. S. CLECHORN & CO'S
ocv? Fort Street Store.
A KI LL ASSORTMKST OK
...-. mm. wmm "b Itfl f 0
Brick Store, cornor of Fort and King Sts.
FSTj. US 3H3
4 -A- '
MUSKETS, MUSKETS, MUSKETS ! !
jsrf A ''OT OF SCI'KRIOK Mi;-
x"f-., KKT3, Ju.t Received and lor hale Chetp liy
2SK Ju8 '"'orlBlr.
IN KW GOOX!
rwi:v coons r :
J" ust deceived
IJKIt ISA IMC MINERVA
BES1 WHITE MATTING. OF DIFFER.
Camphor Trunks, Manila Hope,
Cigars. Cheroots !
Fire Crackers, Fireworki.
Preserred Ginger, Chowchow,
r-i-eserred Coroqoet, Calcutta Cholney,
Baskets Tea and Scented Tea,
OF ALL KINDS.
Gran Cloth, Drea Bilk,
Ponge. Bilk, Nankin Con,
Ivory and Sandal "Ware !
All Sorts of Jewelry.
12 4t AI'OXO tt ACIIUCK.
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