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VKItijr. ULCi.MMS.il SW. 1I.
TalU a h little .Iu.o- is) bsna JCla- PiahUc infer- '
rt n cniml la Ibe iracis cwiowinl with Cuming pLt.r i
event., the of -.hirs; are ra.t a b-g y i
TU luctk. h t,y h-l t.fcwHf u attended
Ukl Ur kW faljol. !
," it 111 arrival cf the MUa.'s. Cassia IcrraoU, 9 days
fmsa Saa I'ranrtaro, we are ij wri4 tiews to fix 6th of
The kvark IK C. Mmrtnw may aw he eirrted al any l.n,
she bavin? probably Bona si jail by ia suntherly wioda that
BET prevaU-d for tbe Uat lrtt
Taib.tCff'MlHt A ran J raaraca yeelrr-Lay aaonxinj.
wilt a Calf h uf island Brhw-.
f rasa h fan Franci-en CsaBsaercft llrraU of the 64k, are
C.a.A as tutlow j
Psaas I nsnoetaef Hawaiian trots Jan. 1st ia IX-- 1st,
Jle. The general mark'! a cuedn-ly SU-rt. even
at ta- kw rat" rsar.g. i-ir auica & raw laoe Muar ia
ae, rntmprtnnf aa li carry r loto ni J"a a aarplua
of nan dim m pnnnd hmj rhK II f by th rrfiwm, aul (if"
llnr m1tiMi. Hcajun bW (ra-Ua raa,fr reflia
tirf prpaK Mrjc i Grocery raJ-. a lur, tr iiaaauao.
MotiMiittiRiiir Ta UUnJ aui ply ia iocouMlera
vka, aaJ frVva iA aaoaawoa a oil aomiaal aC Jlytt'Sle.
VX.nLt aala cf llawaiiaa al l2I0ic.
JrrEa-Kooa. graaa, Ilc.
IIiMav Taa aaavrkat ka Sraa a a 4lrM Unvf. City Dry,
Vkt ; Man Ury, lTftltc ; Haltol, vaioc.
T t Law TSt aopvly of cnkl la litjeral, wila amail aales
Wkil Th aaarket ka irai, in irw of rolocol atorka.
Tk aaira la wrtt aanrrata 274 'W Ita Kali Wia. 1425
. 30r t rfe.au, XS aprina! ip, i fcarry and iatetx,
Italic, atcijfiiuiC It cucMiilauav ttl.i(armla Eaiat by faciOc
rati in 5waik-r, 3,137U2 Ita, beaUca liberal aBipanebU via
Tia Utrmdd apcaia with pride of the Oiita, and bop
vrflaf ih Coespaay ta the fulare. la IbU connrelioa we
,ia4a aa fcalowa i
Mr. BoatweQ atroncty rCKamenJa that dirrrt prruniary
al ba gia ta af alaaaaahip tUwa eaara(4 in (jrso ruav
Karrcv, al in Ibia reaped b ia aVjfibi avotided by llae frca
UW)C, h' aaa la kia anniaat aaeaaige :
Tker ara bat ibrtw Unea of acean Irajrvra namely, the
PariAe Mail BtraanM Cofapany. beiwera Hao franciacu,
bioa ami Japan (wKB provlaiuci aaa-le f"C acaai-tnoolUy arr-n-e
after UrluW lat. 1471), the L'nitrd Ctatea and Hraxil
line, avmibly. and lite Calif ja-tua. New Zealand and AoaUa
lun Ma. BVHHhly. Dlrlnar betwean I he t'nited Hatea and if-
r( aorta, and owned and ofierated antler oar I earn-
eaaly reraaniaend tnat aarb literal Cunlrcla tut tarry in J the
nad be authorised vich taeac Mnea aa will loaure their Cutilin
ane. If toe ipeUteoey of eilerxiiuf the al of Government
u bnea of atramera, which kitbrrto hare twt received it,
abld be deeaaad worth? the ennaidrratioa of Oaifreaa,
pnlltieal and cnranereial oit)-ela aaake it adrUable to bralow
aiara a.d as I Be Unea ander oar Oaf between Panama and the
Wratra and rVoilh Amerk-an porta. By Ibia ateana much
I r.- auw direcleil U other cntMea whl be broaxbl ! ua.
m tn ntiHaal advam of tba ruantry and tbjae lyU'g in
Ibal ajuiarter af the cnotinetat of Auarnca.'
POftT Or UONOLULU, H. I."
li-ln wb ahip Prt.freaa, Dfwlen, S9 days iroaa Han
Fraociaco, with lA btile wit.
Km wb bh Malta, llamill, ti daya from 8ao Fran-
ciarii, with 1,1' blibi wb.
li Vbr Hokufcrle, Abulliala, from Molnaa. Ranai.
i aVhr l ilaaia, HaiDaai, frotn Koa ak Kan, Hawaii.
1 An almr iakota, lncerauil, daya from Man Fran
lil Aa bk.tr) Jane A Kalkfnburt;. Forbes, ii dajl from
14 rVhr Mary Ellen. Jim, from Kohala, Hawaii.
1 1 rtit Jaaaita, Dodoit, froan Pakoa, MokakaL
J7 atcbr Warwick. Kalawaia.fm Kaanakakai, Mulokal
14 tchr Fairy Uaeen, Kaaina. from llaoalci, tiaiaai.
1 t:hr Active. UufM. front Koloa, KaaaL
1 c1r Ka Mut. Uavia. fruia Kabalui, Maui.
SO chr Jenny, Lambert, from Walinea Koioa.KaaaL
'0 Italian aleam tropeilrr tiienaaaiaok, Uontcfucn Ca-
pelin, U daya from Macao.
51 fchr llattie, Ntka. train NawUiwHi. Kanai
21 Ucbr Netiia Merrill, Crane, from l,ahain, MiuL
1 4 Schr Weltle Merrin. Crane, f r Lahaina, MiiL
14 Brit bk EaeeWioc, CJ(ar. for Htarboek laUnd.
14 Nor Uer a tup Madara, F Mloraa. for Maldca Inland.
14 Hcbr Uatiie. Miaa. kf NawUiwili. KaaaL
14 Hchr Jenny, l-auiticrt. fr Koiu Waimea, Kauai.
10 Am atmr Nebraaka, I Hardin, fur Han Franctacn.
14 McBr Paoahl. ReyBwaJa.ffr kLaunakakai at Lahaina.
lit Am atmr IJaitota, loa-eraull, tut aatkland.
14 nebr I'Uama, Hat 11 'Id, tor Kona and Kao, Ilawau.
1 hf Mary Ellen, Jim, for Kobala and bawaihae.
15 tVrbr tMd Fellow, Keuki. for llilo. Uawad.
14 flaw wb bna; Kanwkamclia V. Weeka. to cruiae.
14 cbr llokaleia, Abaihaln, U Mohma, Kaoai.
1.4 crbr Mary Foatar, Weat, lur liiao. Hawaii.
11 exhr Joanitav. John UatL, fur Pakoav, MohAaL
1 i A at ahlp Ceylon. Wooua. tt ran rraaciaco.
l'J-Mnl Kilaoea. McGregor, (r Kaoai.
2ik chr Fairy Wneea, Kaaina. tut ilanalei, KasaL
2 Am wb ahip Marc(r, Baroea, to cruiae.
Irwjectcal Ie part area
Fob KaifcLCt fVhr Ka Mi. eaila Ibia r M.
Poa Wisowaaa Poava Mmr kiUnea, aaila on Montlay.
VKS9EI IX FORT.
Haw wb bk R V Won.1. B Whitney.
Ana wb bk Arnolds, U P BanUlry.
Am wb bk J antes Allen. Kelley.
Aw wb ahip Progreaa, Uovrdcn
Aia wb bk Mmaa, liaroilL
Fine Oer ship Genrgea, Finch, up for llocgkoog.
An schr Emily.
Am miaaionary brig Morning tjtar, IlalleU.
Am ahip A lira Ball, lineal.
Am shit !yren. U A Jimnano. dlaehArgfng.
Am bkm Jane A Faikutborg. Forbes, discharging.
Italian steam propeller Gleoaannox, Uomeuic
MEM ORAM OAs
. . Kcroavor BTlivtBlil)4goT,IvotaotuCowa4DBB
Left ebi Franenacwaa 4-30 r a Dec eth. Have bad light
wind ami weather. We bring, lor Honolulu aO passengers.
XllM riackages Ireigbf, anil the U It malls' t lor New Zealand.
ate, ol pasaengera, IJHi packages freight. It horara and 0
pooiea. and 77 bag Biail matter. Arrived ia Dooolulu at 9
r a Dec 1Mb, after a passage of 9 daya and 6 boors.
Rsroev or BaaaBBTiss Javg A. FaLKiasrao, Foaacs,
MttTia. Left Columbia River Nov Slat. First lour daya
at bad fireah NW wioda. next tea daya a eneceaslon of
beavy awnlberly gaara. Urn Nov 27th, daring a very heavy
gate rrois) tne BtJW, the barometer fell to IS SO. Last ten days
bad light variable wioda and Calma. Arrived ia Honolulu
Dec lath, aAe? a passage of U daya. i '
RgroaT Itati 8tssI PioriLLga Gigvatsiov,
Howaatco CarSLbn. Maavaa. Lrlt Macao Nov 17tb for
Pnnta Orena. w itb StlS cooliea. Had very rough weather on
Ihe cons! S4 Japan. JLnat seven enolice on the pasaag. health
of all the rest very goad. Arrived In Uoooiola Dec Mth.
Paow AcrtitiD Per Ntbraaka. Dec 14th: 3 coops
Fowls to A d 1 fcghorn at Co 1 rao Mdse to T Croaaley aO
pkga Oata, ItM Empty Barrcla, 1 kbd Malt to Order.
Faow 8a Faciaco Per Dakota. Dec 15th : 30 pkga
CrocerU-a to O E Mclntyre ; 3 fkg a Hooka, 1 pkf "tatrnoery,
14 pkga Drags and Acids, 4J pkgs Floar, Bran and Wheat, 3
pkg l.eather, 1 pkg Machinery. It pkgs Mdae, 2 pkgs ur
gical laatromrnta, 1 pkga Hboe. 4 pkga bacon. 3 pkgs Treas
ure, 3 pkga Amauninoo, 3 pkgs ekwiag Machines, 1 Parcel
'to Addreaa x la pkga Cbinaae Mdaw lo Yang Jang ; 4 pkga
Win awl Mdse. 1W sjr ska Floor. 73 bxa Apples to K P
Adams IS akg stoves and Hardware tfl Hegel ken At Co ;
47 pkgs Floor ami Hardware to E O fTiTt A Son 4 pkga
'Paint and UarUware fo Ui.Uugham st Cot 3 pkgs Glaaavare
lo T II Da vice ; 1 pkg Hardware to J T Water boose ; 3 pkga
Mdse, 7 pkga Paint lo Lewera at Dickson ; 32 pkgs Hardware
to Castle 4e Coaket 4 pkaa Mdse and Hardware, 4 pkgs
PabiC Iw Tv' Baler Co ; pkga Mdse to M Phiuipa 3 pkgs
1 Painl, 1 pkg Appiea to Boilea ak Co 5 4 pkga Apples and
Trusses lo J Rjbinaia t 113 pkga Groceries In Jadd efc Lay
; too 1 II pkga Mdse to F A Bchaefer 4c Co 10 pkgs Mdse to E
Heffachbteger ak Co 1 43 pkgs Groceries, 30 pkga Potatoes aad
' Uniooa, 1 pkgs Crackers to llenr May ; SpkgaMtasto
Aag Ac Achuck pkgs Wiae to Order t S pkgs Hope to A J
v'artwrigfcl; 64 pkgs Wine, 10 pkga Wbiakey to Godfrey
Ramies 14 pkgs Mdae lo Griobanm ar Co 17U gs Fkmr lo
Ah Wan ; t pkgs Pumps to II HackfekJ ak Co; 3 pkgs tfbocs
to 9 Uaguin v 1 pkg Wine to TV L Green l 300 pkgs Flour to
it Lose A Brf pkgs Mdse to F.ig Cbong; 3 pkga Mdse
ant Fire Crackers to Cbn Lan a Co ; 4 pkga Fancy Gooda to
Black it Aaki ; 17 pkgs Mdse to T C lleuck.
Fao Pobtlso,0. Per Falkinborg, Dec 13lh : 253 bxa
Apples to Geo McLean; 1.4H hf sks Fketr ta Brewer ak Co;
17 s bbla and 3 hf bbla Salmon to ie Reed I 14 bb'a rla.1 moo.
Backa to T 11 Davies ; 23 bia emnkeil Sal moo lo T J Forbes ;
Zta pkga Bread. Hi eords Stave ftoldrra. 9.0v7 It R W Loin
her, 7,uO ft T 4 U Lumber, 2,94 tl Lnmber (dreaded ooe
aideX to Caallo ak Cooke; 1 cae Personal EHeCla to Frank
Jiraani 1 f dia U anils, 1 ba Mdse to Order.
Fans Saw Faavctaco rer D. C. Murray, to arrive:
Barrels, (empty) No.
200 Hardware, ra 2
40 Ume. bbla 2 JO
91 Leather, pkg.......... 1
204 Malt, sks 10
10 OU C.aal, cs '
(lata, ctla It)
62 Paper Haaringa, cs.... 2
27 i Personal ElTects, cse... 1
10 Shanks, bndla 67'J
10 ."a-hllery, ca... i
110 Whiskey, bU 1
1,140! Cider, ca 30
2 Tobacco, cs 47
2;Wmc-Cal. cs. ........ 0
1' Wheat, ctla 120
Si Yeast Powders, ca 3
Bread, ea. ......
Hash. bndiB... .......
Cbinese Mdae, pkga....
Flour, hf ase
Frntte. etc Nuts sks..
Varioaa, cs. .........
llata, cae... ...........
To Causa Per Arctic, Uee. 6th i
(hip r3 lores.
Vain--Foreign SMU 01.
Poa 8aa Faaactsco Par Nebraska, Dec 11th i
Bananas, nucha 1JS Pulo, bales 179
Betel Leaves, baskets.. S rheep tkina, bulls 4
Calf tkina, (green) pes. 11 cheep Skina. (dry) pkg. 1
Calf Skins, (dry) paf.., 1 elhjrep fkina, (wet) pks 27
Calf Skins. (wet) pkgs. bngxr, bags 603
Coffee, bags 31s r kt bl
Hides. Orrcen) pes...... 4s Tallow, bbts 11
Jlides, (sat) pea 410, Wbais Boae, bndla 141
Value Domestic.. $13.14 Ta j Foreign. ..$11,913 39.
, t frsanls from Auckland t 70 pkgs Mdse.
. Fob AvciiasD Per DakoUk. Dec loth i
Eugax, kegs 4A Hngar, pkgs 296
bags... 83T "pecie, pkg 1
Value Domestic $S 317 71.
In trantii from in franew .1.042 pkgs Mdse,and
29 i ""!. bekngin lo ibe Circus Company on buard.
Fob Saa Faaaciaco Per Ceylon, Dec 16thi
S Fain, b-Ues 119
Coal, (in bulk) loos....
Cumberland Coal, caka.
Coffne, baes. ..........
Empty Tronk. ........
Horn l sikina. bolls.. ...
290 Pork, bale
17i Personal Effects, pkga.. 44
O Paddy, bags SOS
J.i Peanut a, baga. ......... Hi
II Rice, bags 17v
Ii Rope, (4-incb) coil 1
l .tgar, kega lj0j
-fll VS bale Buoe, bndla
Valna UotaesiU:..$270 10 ; Foreign. ...$44i 4J.
At tlila, Hawaii. DremWT I'h, in the wife of Rev.
Tbompson, a djugbter.
Faow Has riMMi-)Vr JIarii. 1 7ih ;.r.-
t;,u,, j t;reen. J T V h tf .l, t Hu &r. Je R.rfaK',
J,. a,mlia. aad 3 llawauai.e.
faow Has Faari o Prr Ikn4i. ISth Mr firm.
' -''-. tal,r : J
A Luse. C r- . ke. Mi llirniil n xt-i t daughters. J R heo-
r,tjr- if- an-J cbiM. B II luo. II t. tt.MMj.)!
luiraham. M ra M, l.rw, F 11 llirkn-ll. B T I. io.ir imJ
ie, K'T J f.ulirk. ib- and f irl. t MreT Urown. I r K-if-
J Caanman. IV Tapani. A Herbold, m Powrll, 11
1 bitumen, a:i 41 to transitu f ( Asekiaiid.
- Toiiii Fiavrivro iVr Ntdiuki. IV. lth Mw Jenny
ArrnairrM.i. Mr firm. Yuan fhmf. W eVhraitbaladl". W
rLa(e. J'bn M Powkw, J l Hail. Malarne fLalea. fifff Or-Uo-I.ni,
F Porter, a lie ai-l 2 d anxhtera. I.v-at MiU-.t-U, 1' H N,
Kolt Moore, l.to .bek-r, bim! 17 in traruiia (rum Aocklai.l.
Fbow I'oiTLt'D. O Per PaJkinbur , Dec. 1Mb Mr Pla
ter aiel Clukd. o Bred.
Fob I'lliriMU-Per Ctjtoo, lee lifth H fiawley,
iAi a s A ilain.
Faow KaniLii F-r Ka M-J. Iec. 19tb 1 Taylor, wif
and rbiblr-n. W II Crn'll. wife and rtiil.1, Mra Turtcrt
and an. Mr altrk, J H l.itt.r.l, ar.d M deck.
Fob Kit al Per KiUuea, lvr. lvtb J L Richardson, ami
GlLWas In Nev loo. Maae , November &th. Mra ELIZa
tITH Fict.n GlLwa.w;&f f4 O.rhara 1. Oilman aul daughter
-d r 1L' .4 if L1 I - . .. ,
Piaitop In tiiis rttv, Drcetcber 7th, tbe Hrv. Ainwta
Bi.Hor. nearly ofiy ,era a mi.Mry of n.e American
B-rd at ibe uund The wi.ject of ibia notice wM born
in the town of Pucupey. N. v.. ivcember soth. 175. and con-
aeueally tacked but a lew daya of aeeiaf Ibe 77la arunveraary
of hia btrlh-day. He (raduaUal at Luton Collrfe, ,N. in
lSl'J. and rnibatked aa a miaaemary ttw theme ia Lamia Novem
ber 1 b. Hi;, arrtvma: here with the brat reinforcement, In
Aie.l. lie waa arat.oned at Kailua. Hawaii, where he
reraained from 1J4 to H.Vt. a period of 1 1 year, when be waa
removed ta the ataiioa al Kwa. on Oahu- He remained at ibe
Latter place in the diecharfe of bia Bnaaiooary labura nntil
withSa a fc w yeara aince, vtbrn lie reanoved to llonolalo. He
waa much beloved and r-apecled by the native, arvl he waa
Iba tranahuor into Hawaiian of a targe portion of the rtnp
turew and many hymne. He laaea a widow, and two cbiidreu
by Lie flrat Burrlafe, Bcv. 8 E. Biabop and Mra. Hilicbrand.
Te Ike Mraery Rev. A rtrwaaj Biah.
We heard in Ibe aol buab of night.
The ruatte of aiKtrl winja bright.
Cleaviua; Ibe air.
And wtien broke the freah roay dawn,
AnotUrrr tried apiril waa (f xie.
Freighted with prayer.
No Bound of the drum or the fife,
liave aiga of Ue well Qnianed life,
(to pattenlly anent. .
V-t one of Chrial'a .ldiera mnat brave,
W'bo hallled. a loat rare to aave.
Had struck hia trail l-nt.
The banner waa one he beat bved,
In service Ins armor bad proved
. Truest of Btn-L
In froul of the haute be bnre
'I he Cruaa. wlmb lor ain evermore
1 rrfect to bnj.
And be, vt bo Ihrnnxb long yeara of toil.
Had bulhlully wmtavbt ibe bant anil,
Oft wateriiig with tear ;
Now Uyiug bia worn armor ty, ,
1 1 aa j tard Ihe blest ronermrso on high,
Gallirriiig Ibrinit'i yeaa.
He stuJied the irpheciea 4I,
And strove their deep sense to nntoUl
In age as in youth.
Now, numbered wiih prophets and kings,
Through Heaven hia voice j"jlul ringa.
Triumphant la truta.
So Cod call a his chi!-lren above.
To find in that bright home of love.
Their rrcrd on high.
A lite noMy spent in the Seal,
ttVte fl.jii bia brave warriors dolb shirlil,
A faith that no terrore can move,
A Lope made all prrfr-rt in love,
Be can ben we die.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21.
The accompanying corresrxindcnte epenks for
itself, and probably needs no comment ; but we
nnnt rpTrntn fri mi T rri. i n rr n (nor w.ilj Af
satisfaction and hopefulness suggested by ita
We have here the nt terancn of a tr.i I'rirteo.
of a patriot and statesman, one whose elevation
to the Throne may permit us to hope for a better
and brighter era in tho progress of the country.
The legitimate Prince has avowed principles and
put forth a platform of measures, which should
entitle him to the cordial support of every en
lightened resident of this country, however en
larged and progressive may be bis views. Those
desirous of a free Constitution and a representa- j
live tiortmiucoi, etiouia De sailsneO with his
Address to the nation ; and those looking to and;
working for the material progress of the country
must be gratified with his avowed approbation of
most important public measures.
A Princ; with such views cannot do otherwise,
in seeking for advisers, than to call o round bhn
thoughtful, experienced and patriotic men, who,
whilst supporting the dignity of .the Throne, will
be eager ta illustrate the new reign by such
measures as will increase the people and their
prosperity ; as will increase our credit and re
spectability abroad; and will make for the Ha
waiian Kingdom a better name among the nations.
Are we hoping for too much? With immigra
tion wisely promoted, and the interests of our
present population carefully looked after; with
public lands disposed of to actual settlers ; with
the pablie means employed for the redemption of
waste regions, by carefully planned systems of
irrigation ; and by exercising n intelligent yet
prudent and modest diplomacy abroad ; what
may we not hope for ?
Will not enlightened governments welcome
such a Prince to sovereign power ; and will not
intelligent people everywhere sympathize with us
in the hope that tha responsibilities or the states
man will lielp to sustain the dignity of the man ;
tliat tho Inspiration of the occasion will be here,
as it has occurred many a time before in the
world's history to transform the levity of the
Prince into the wisdom, patriotism and majesty
of the King?
Hawaiian Hotel, Dec. 16, 1872.
To His Highness Pbinck William C. Llxalilo,
Ac, Ac, Honolulu.
Mr Dkar Sir : I bog to remind you of your
kindly intention, expressed in conversation at the
Hotel, to lavor me wiui your views in rexpect to
immigration. However 1 beg a reply, at the pres
ent time, not in response to a circular, I had the
honor to address yoa, which merely related to
supply of labor ; but in relation to the general sub
ject ot immigration, and the repeopling of this
Kingdom by permanent ana weal in producing
You are justly regarded as a prominent candi-
date for the vacant throne; therefore I as one '
deeply interested in the welfare of the country ;
and also speaking for many intelligent and influ
ential foreigners, beg to be informed ol the views
of your Highness ia respect to immigration, the
disposal of public lands, and other great measures
for advancing the material progress of this impor
I bail with satisfaction the liberal views which
-:, Willi. LI
your Higbnens proclaims today; and I shall be
nappy to know, that you are in accord with the in-
telligent and inflaetitibl loreijn community that j
has crown up in your native country, upon ques- '
Uons of greit public interest; which pertain e
peciaily to agriculture, commerce, aud the in
crease of population ; the promotion of which are
calculated to give tha couutry a more respectable
position among the States of the world.
I bave the honor to be yosr Highness'
Most obd'L serv't,
Walter Mikiut Gibson.
Hoxolclc, Dec 13, 1S72.
Ay Dear gir I beg to acknowledge the receipt
of your note t( the 16th in which yoa ask for an ex
pression of my views in relation to the "general
subject of immigration and the re peopling of this
Kingdom by permanent and wealth-producing set
tlers;" and further as to the "disposition of public
lands and other measures for the advancement of the
material progress cf this important archipelago."
For the present, I will say briefly ic reply, tbat
the subjects upon which yoa ask my views, especially
that of immigration, are, in my opinion, of the
utmost importance to the interests of our country,
and ought to receive the early, the earnest and care
ful attention of whoever shall conduct oar govern
ment. And further I believe that a liberal policy in
the disposal of the public lands and the adoption of
measures for providing public improvements whereby
waste land may be brought into demand and made
available fur cultivation, would be wise public
I thank yo for the expression of your good wishes
to me personally and for the warm interest yoa
evince ia the welfare of my country, and remtin,
with much inspect,' your obedient servant,
W. C. Lcsalilo.
To Walter Murray Gibson. Ktq., HwaZaa Hotel.
U't i.v'it litn.wit.il an A'Urcfd to tli Nation
I.- I'rinre Willi .m Lt nalilo, t!o Heir Aj-jjiircnt
to the Triruue of tlitwe Jrlarxl. lt ia modeat,
I in.iiilj aifl calm in its t-jiie, aud tLe MntimeiitB
eiprcarvl mutt txmui-nJ tlemfclTe U the p
j j r-fTal uf all. In i more rrrorrate or accrt"
: ble wajr ojuM tlie I'rince have Iaced his claims
before the country. Whatever name maj receiTe
the nancti-n ol the ij-ular apr roral, this action
alone of Prince William will atarsp his character
i for unselfish iitriotiam and high-minded af pre-
ciation of the jriocijle ttiat the true source of
, govtTnmntal fwer is the coiwent of the gjTerned.
We r-ja-ak aiviM.-dlj, when e mij that Prince
Willum entertainn a de wniie of the reeponei
i hilitieti of the jaeitiun to which the Providence
; of iol lia4 evidently called him ; tla.t he prepares,
I (with the will of the Hawaiian People) to anaunie
! '. . . . ... . . .
mai r-uion uoui no amoiwous Duwa, iur ne
ia not a needy Prince) but purely from a benne of
-I a" t . y 1
fdatv to his rorle i and that be is frm in bis
rjl ...... .-j ; ,t f. ra tK vr.nt hfnl f..li;
i-uriKise to avoid in the ruture the youthtui lilies
: .- ,.r ,j(
; ana irreCuiariues oi ine itur.
Asured as we are of the justice of the Prince's
' claim to the Throne, and believing in his personal
I abilities and in the honesty and sincerity of his
j professions, we heartily give our adhesion to Lis
' William C. Lcnalilo, Son of Ktkauluohi, the
Daughter of Kamehanuha to the Hawaiian
People, Gutting :
Whereas, The Throne of Ibe Kingdom has
become vacant ry the death of Ilia Jlajesty
Kaiuehamelui V., on the 11th of December, 1372,
without a successor appointed or proclaimed ; and.
Whereas, It is desirable that the wishes of the
Hawaiian People be coneulted as to a succebsor to
the Throne ; therefore,
Notwithstanding that according to the law of
inheritance I am the rightful heir to the Throne,
in oider to preserve jieace, luirmony and good
order, I dceire to submit the decision of my claim
to the voico of the People, to be freely and fairly
exprcseed by a plkbibXITI mTLc only pledge that
I deem it necessary to offer to the iieople is, that
I will restore the Constitution of Kamehameha
III. of happy memory, with only such changes as
may be required to adapt it to present laws, and
that I will govern the nation according to the
principles of that Coiibtitution and a liberal Con
stitutional Monarchy, which, while it preserves
j the projwr prerogatives of the Crown, shall fully
maintain the rights and liberties of the people.
To the end proposed, I recommond the Judges
of the different election districts throughout the
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I Islands, (hereby apiiealint? to their ancient alle-
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cianee to the family of the Kamehamehas), to
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give none wia a pou win ne opcnei on euues- ; 80n tbat the i0Te of the foP tbeir hereditary
day, the 1st day of January, A. D., 1873, at : chiefs, is, as yet, too strong to be overcome by those
which all male subjects of the kingdom may by j ho desire a republic. I have taken some pains to
. . . , , , , . I study vour laws and am convinced that the people
their vote peaceably and orderly express their free j haye taken a wife course in adopting to their uses
choice for a King of the Hawaiian Inlands as I the laws of the United States. I think tbat I can
euccebsor of Kamehameha V. And that the said ! trace in the still stroog feeling in favor of a mon
rc r .t. ii . i ! archical form of government, the effect of the early
officers of the several election districts, do. on a of the miJofiflPiea in steadily holding them-
count of the vote, make immediate certified return ! selves aloof from political matters as a body : I know
of the iiuiA ta the LrpIsIativA Asueinhlv sum- ' that in some cases they did identify themselves with
moned to meet at Honolulu, on the 8th day of
; January, 1873. Tbat if any officer or officers of
! any election district shall refuse to act in accord-
! l..M;t h nr !f rl,nr Khnl! Ko r,.r.w :n
said offices in any district, the people may chooee
others in their places, who may proceed in con-
formity to law in conducting the election.
(.liven under my hand at Honolulu, this ICth
day of December, 1872.
GOD PROTECT HAWAII NEI !
y Vr T S" T? n V the rrrntlompn mm nnoinff thn fnK
ioct of His late Majesty found it necessary to sun- j
ftlemeut their nrevimia wnrnintv .,o-inBr. inhw.
F - i a --e,
Terence by officials in determining the question of I manly stand that he has taken, and I earnestly hope
tho succession, by an Extra" of the Gazette, in ; that he will call around him men of intelligence and
i . . ., . . ., . . - l honesty, who will uphold him in his efforts to better
which they declare that they have not formed or I 4, . . . . , ,,.: .
J , J ; the condition of his people and raise Hawaii in the
expressed any opinion about the succession; and scale of nations. As a " looker on." you may re
evidently regretting the issuance of the anony- ceive what I have written as an honest contribution
mous genealogical humbug (a translation of which
appears elsewhere) that was printed at the gov
ernment press on Thursday. They conclude the
manifesto with a promise to the effect that no such
blunder 6hall again occur.
It was certainly most unfortunate for those
who are responsible for the government press,"
that they should have allowed themselves to be
placed in the position of indorsing a statement at
once so puerile and so intentionally mischievous
as the little anonymous circular in Question. The
:.:KI c: k:l. .l r .t.
pkiuuK chiuib no nuiv.ii iuc ii.juku inuci ot luc
element tbat opposes the accession of the Prince
to tho Throne is reduced, has been exemplified
recently in a number of ways. Plunging into !
the element of discord, where he is most at
home the txIicv is exhibited of esnousincr the
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claims of one party one day, of throwing that
one overboard to take op number two on the
next, and of abandoning both for a third within
the next twenty-four hours. This policy in
another might seem inconsistent, but in bis
case ic is but in exemplification of his motto
" Ourself, and then the deluge." At this op
portune moment he finds himself unembarrassed
by any of the sentiments that the interregnum
exoeutivo officers ol tha Crown have imnminl unnn !
r r .
' themselves, but be must find himself almost j
j equally hampered by the inveterate habit of im-
posing upon himself, that has grown with his
: growth until it may require a long season of rest
to rid him of.
The conundrum has been propounded to us
Why does he persist in agitating? Probably
because he feels IX) sense of moral or political ; with Cms and without, making Bert wilful a ate! Dara
responsibility in the matter, and believes that j ' ble ChrUimas sr Wrdaiag Prrarai.
, money will run a Legislature as well as a planta- ! CAKK baskets.
tion. And possibly because he likes to run the
ship into a storm where all hands are too busy to
notice his want of practical seamanship. Perad
: venture because like a cuttlefish, he would be
found out if he did not keep the waters muddy.
J The rrBLisntn Address of His Highness Prince
Janalilo, on Monday last, was received with
. . . , .. . eL !
uetP lWMiwn oy au ciassetj.0! tne communuy, ,
and with intense and enthusiastic delight by the '
native llawaiians. Thousands of copies of the '
, . , . r. j , . i
Address were eagerly sought after and circulated ;
; I rum iinnu to uaiiu, niiu ia jo tutio w rty inai oy :
; night-fall it had been extensively read in all parts
! of the Island. Through the mails and by private I
conveyances it has been sent and by this time
scattered broad-cast over Maui and Hawaii, and
there can te no doubt but that it will everywhere j
be received with the same enthusiasm which has j
marked its reception here. j
On the afternoon of Tuesday, the gentlemen j
who constituted the Cabinet of His late Majesty
deemed it necessary and proper to issue a notifi-
cation, which they signed as still holding the j
official positions occupied by them under the late j
Government, warning all officers of the Govern- j
ment of " the impropriety of any official interfer- j
ence in determining the question of succession to i
the Throne." This advice is undoubtedly sound, !
for the less of official interference in the expres- i
sion of the will of the people the better ; but the '
authority of the members of the late Cabinet to !
do anything more than tender their advice as
private persons, may well be doubted. 1 A VarielV Of FailCy ArtlCleS I
The notification in question contains however -these
eminently sound words : " It (the succes-
sion) i. a question upon which every subject j fc WaterhOHSe.
undoubtedly feels the deepest interest, and all j
have a right to express their views in an orderly j d2i 2t
manner, individually and collectively, and
Buirt. tlicir wisLii'e to tac memtx-rs ol ue ix--ialative
AfwemMy. Tlxat is preeisely 'what is
reeommended in the Prince's Addre. The fol
lowing is the translation uf a circular which has j
bten iraued in the native language : j
A few sugwtions, in orier to avoid any I
niinapprehenrion or irregularity, are deemed nec- I
eesary to be laid before the people for their guid-
ance in conducting the formal expression of their j
will as to the succession. I
1. A primary meeting should be held in each
election district, at which may be choeen three ,'
persona as Inepectors of the election, who may .
act in all geral reepects as similar legal ofEcers j
in the election of liepreeentatiTes.
'2. The said Inspectors to appoint a suitable
clerk of the poll, whose duty it shall be to record
the name of every rereon depocitine his ballot.
3. All male subjects of the aj, of 20 years
to be entitlM to one vote
i " P0118.10 ". .n. irom "ie nouf t
. - S TI II t 1 a. . . . . . f" t- 1
ol o in tne niornins until o in me aiternon, ai
. whicU UtUT houf the lDj,riector. Bban prK?eed to
f count the ballots and announce the result by
1 proclamation. And by the Erst opportunity
thereafter forward the written certificate of the
addrwui of the Rerrfentative of the
, sanie to toe aauress oi me iveprepentaiive oi ine
, . . . La-jjative AHemblv. and one i
copy aleo to the KuoLa newspaper."
j Ir ,ir, or may not, 1 a self-evident propoei-
j tion that, there being at present no Material
Cabinet, therefore the Hawaiian Gazette has
ceaMd to be a (government Organ. Whichever
j waj that point may be dt:ided, the journal in
j question without doubt still claims to be a uews-
paper in the general acceptation of the term.
How then does it ignore even among its " Notes
of the Week," any mention of the circumstance
which claimed the attention of the entire com
munity of this city on Tuesday last, namely,
the manly, s tatet manlike address of Prince Wil
liam Ianaulo to the Hawaiian nation? How
are we to conttrue the owl-like silence of the
Gaztlle in regard to a fact which, if viewed in
no other light, was at least a very interesting
item of current news? The blunder of the omis
sion of any allusion whatever to the address,
whether committed "By Authority" or other
wise, was none the less a bad blunder, and is lia
ble to be not unfairly construed into a studied
desire to exhibit contempt for the Prince.
Reflections of a Looker-on.
To Ihe KUttr of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
I have been a " looker on " in these fair islands
j for some few weeks auJ in my wanderings to and fro
in the group, have tried to ascertain how well pre-
pared the inhabitants are for a change in the form of
1 . i - . a.r . : i. . i
i uwr Euicruiucuk itijf uiicuuuu una ucru uiurc par-
... , A A, . . . . . A. , : ,
i ticularly callel to this subject since the death of
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Kamehameha v., and I have arrived at the conclu-
j XV"? J? fn ttl&Y?"
that people s advantage in the main but in reading
tbat people's advantage in me main but in reading
; the History by Jarves, I am forced to the conclusion
tht they did not do enough politically. However,
! ,bis Tlew of the Cfti,e mav bc tne rwult of my repub-
t licaa education, and you may think differently. I
,ave been half tempted to make these islands my
j home, but under the existing policy, or what has
! Jf 'he. f ic 08 ,fiir as can learn-there is but
. little to induce a stranger to settle in your midst.
j smce writing the above I have read the proclama-
I tion issued by Prince Lunalilo, and I must say that I
cobaiaer me aocumem a nooie one. i congratulate
I yotx upon the prospect that it affords of a more liberal
i form of government in the future. I have read the
i Constitution of 1852, and can see that it will afford
a broad basis upon which tn build a political strnc- i
! Iure U,M ,,.u ""wi w , J"- wpwB".
! I congratulate vour Hereditarv Prince nnnn the
lo Vb . .i!P .. ? ? ? n
pre hln T rw ht Ihn I'lthitritum " will rn.ll
forth the commendation of your neighbors in the
States and of all who believe in Hawaiian progress.
rv.HE SEMI-AXMtAl. MEETING OP THR
M Hoard of Trustees of the Queen's Hoapital will he held
at the Court House on Saturday, the 21st Inst., at 11 o'clock,
A. M. Per Order.
It F. A. SCiTAKFER, Sec'y.
T HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUBLIC Til AT
X I will not pay any debt, contracted in toy name, without
i aiy previous consent.
December 21. 1S72. (de21 3t) J A3. C. MACK.
THERE WILL 1IE SOLD AT
Public Auction on MONDAY, Dec. 23d, at
noon, at the Government Pound, Pauoa,
1 RED BULLOCK, brand II
I The following estrayed animals are in the Pound awaiting
j 0wDer :
1 Bay Horse, brand J E rlpht; 1 cream colored hone, brand
V with a across it; 1 white home, brand V rifrht, A left; 1
bay horse, white forehead, 1 white fetlock, brand X right; 1
sorrell horse. 1 ear cut. brand K K and others indescribable; 1
bay bone, white forehead, 4 white fetlocks, 2 hood shod, brand
D ritthtt 1 black horse, whits forehead, 4 white fetlocks, shod
ail round, brand D L rigbt, Z S left.
It P. KAAlAnUA, Pound Master.
E. O. HALL & SO
HAVE JIST RECEIVED PER DACOTA
new and splendid
SILVER PLATED WARE
Among which are some
ELEGANT BREAKFAST SETS !
PORKS, SPOONS, Ac,
of "tlxo -vrj-oxry T3oBt va..Xl"ty.
AT STORE NO. lO !
OR MALE BT THE UNDERSIGNED
. . .
ChriStm3S Slid NOW YGcITS
INCLUDING A SMALL LOT OF
VERY CHOICE VASES,
ijHREE STYLISH BUGGIES
I'KIi CKYLON !
70 R SALE BV
C. CBKWiR k CO.
FORM KKI.T THE 1 H M EST 41) OP
the Uoe Joaepb booth t KLNT.
de!4 An-lylo ASM WN J.
Just ReceiTed from Liverpool
EX BARK EXCELSIOR!
I OTIIKR LATE AUUlVAIaS !
! ,, , T ., ,
, Blood Wolfe & Co. S Ale in pints and qts.
do. do. Porter, do. do.
Jeffreys & Co.'s Ale, in pints and quarts.
Various Brands of German Ales,
' , ,,, , . ,
' Hennessy and Kartell s Brandy in casks,
j j -
j Jules Hobin & Ca's Brandy in casks,
! Hennessy one andtWO star Brandy in Cases
Martell-. one and two star Brandy in cases,
Duff Gordon's Best Sherry Wine in casks,
a very superior article.
Stone Jag Qin, Square Bottles Gin,
large and until aisea.
A Few Cases of Glenlivat Scotch Whisky,
Danville's Irish Whisky,
Superior Port and Sherry Wine in case,
Sparkling Moselle, pints and quarts,
Heidsick & Co.'s Champagne, pints and qts.
California Champagnes in endless varieties
(pints aud quarts.)
Cutting & Co.'s Cider in pints and quarts,
Several Brands of California Port, Angeli
ca and White Wines.
And Iverylliiiiff In this I, ine,
ALL OP which
WILL BE SOLD LOWER
THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITT, BY
i.i:ov;v at co.,
No. 9 MERCHANT ST.
JUST THE TllliVO
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS
TO BE HAD OP
CASTLE & COOKE
After Arrival of the Stmr. Dakota.
IsA.lIA LACE SHAWLS!
MANY OTHER NICE GOODS
Ta be) Received tr ihe snaaae Vessel fraaa
England. New York and California.
E.OFilE IIMUSTRV !
Messrs. McCOLGAN & JOHNSON
WOULD MOST RESPECTFULLY !'
form their friends and cuatomers, the citist-ns of Ho.
nolulu and the Islauda generally, that they have, iu cod nec
lion with their
MERCHANT TAILORING BUSINESS.
ADDED THAT OP
READY-MADE CLOTHING I
Which they intend to bave mostly made at their Establish,
meet in Honolulu. They will also deal in the better class of
foreign made clothing, especially that of American make.
In all Its Branches.
Those wishing to buy their own cloth will find It to their
ain 1 xx o
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK
ENGLISH. GERMAN AND FRENCH
Black and Blue Broadcloths !
Heavy and Medium.
F.NOL1SH, SCOTCH AND GERMAN
TWEEDS &CASSI MERES.
BLACK TEEC0T. BLACK AND BLUB DIAGO
NALS, Very Choice Goods.
ALSO. ANOTHER INVOICE OF
Very superior for Hiding Pants.
The Celebrated Sydney Tweeds
in Great Variety.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OP
Black and Colored Italian Cloths !
BLACK SILK ALPACAS!
From light to very heavy.
Finest Line of Moleskins in the Market !
WHITE COTTON CORD,
a superior article.
FINE QUALITY AND INDIGO BLUE,
Warrnaterf at ta Isirst Reel.
A FULL LINE OF
TAILOR'S TRIMMINGS !
AND MA NT OTHER ARTICLES.
Having purchased the above Goods at very much below
their market value, we intend to give our cuatomers the bene
fit of our judgment, and charge correspondingly low.
PERSONS PURCHASING THEIR GOODS AT OCR. STOKE
can bave them
Cut Out Free of Charge !
and a good fit guaranteed if properly made op.
McCOLOAN A JOHNSON,
del4 loi At the Old Stand, No. 36 Fort Street.
IMERCHANTS. PLANTERS, HOME KBBPMS HI OTHERS
Wishing to Purchase will And at
CASTLE &d COOKE'S
A GOOD ASSORTMENT. BIT LATE ARRIVkLS FROM ENGLAND, BOSTON. NCW
A. loaa aSiU san rRAcict or
HARDWARE, DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. PAINTS AND OILS.
GLASS, SADDLERY, TINWARE. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
Which they will Sell at Wholesale or Retail, at Lowest Market Bates
.A.111011U- Nltaiiy Artlele to 1 foil net aarest
Taney Prints and Brillianta, Latest and Best Styles Fancy Piquets. Whits Brilliants, Fine Wh"1,J"'
Ptne ., Medium Amertcaa all wool While launeia. K.il..b and AsaerK-vn m-dmaa and Sns
IUih.h and American med.un. and fin. I nblehed Cotl-is. Amoaaea, Deuima. Hro-B. JJT
Line, and Cott-o Sweetie.. PUl-w Caa. Catto. and U. finest W bit. Unen V" aTl'sTTa
Linen and Cotton Turkish Towels. Crash Towelilnj, riaeat and median. Ua-si Nsphuta. Russia and Irian Lhapsrs,
Russia and Linen C.-aeb, Floret Uses Lawaa. Medium and finest all Lines Table ". " ,
Ladies' and Oeot'a Wbhe Linen Cambric lla.lk,rt h re.. On.l'. Pine U.n Collars aad 1 sek "Tss, apera rasan,
Java Canvas ia white, buff an! scarlet, f pool Bilks, I-pool Cottooe, Lluea Tapes, e., as., e-,ac.
FOB GENTLE E T'S AV EAll!
Fta BUek aa4 Ble Deaklas, Flat. T weeds. Llaswa Dmeka aasst DrIHs. Rlbk-ew Maleakla
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE !
Wire Cloths, Belling of all widths. Sin. to 11 in.. Cooper's Tools. Ass, Hatrbeta. Case Knives.
A splendid Assortment sf f pear A Jackson's files. Cat Sails, Wivuhl, lHal and .uiaUiii NaOa, AO., as.
HUBBUCK'S PURE LEAD AND ZINC PAINT!
Hubbuck's best Raw and Boiled Oil, Hubbuck's Green and Black Painla. TarpsnUns. A luU aaaorUD.at of Paints la Oil, 1 aad
2 lt. una, Puuy, WUUnf. Glue, French Yellow aud rUow Oehrs, Lamp Blatk, Boras, Alum ana Kcain.
dowm:h-h ou. inti:crr rnoai iiownfji
PARIS FLOWN, ST ELL FLOWS. I'KK CEILON.
11 one Hues, CulUvalora, Garden aud Planter'a Hoes, Rakes, Oo's, Shovels, Pnedca, Scytbes, -. -.
Pure English Spices, the best In the country j Oysters, Sardines, Pie Fruits, Salad Oil, Jama. Condensed Milk. Mason's Barklnf
JVST UKCKlVlil PKU AJAX Ailil CIaVfsKX !
A Splendid Assortment of English Prints, Grenadine, Hosiery, &c, &c, &c &c.
n2 Orders from the Olher Jslattds FiOeii with Diitch and at the Txurent Rates.
O. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
HARDWARE, COOECING STOVES !
SILVER PLATED WARE,
FAIMTS, OILS, VAR NISEI!
Card Slatches, Kerosene Oil. Fence Wire, Nsa. 4, 6 and 6, with staples! Wheelbarrows,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three inches; Carriage Springs, Carriage Hardware, Horse Shoes, no se Nails,
Cut Nalla, 3d to 60d Clinch Nails, Boat Naila, Cut and Wrought Spikes, 4 to 8 inches Shot Isti and riodlngt,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
Frouoli Cn.1T t91s.lu.nvs
Bridle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Trees and Stirrups,, Marb.e Wash Basins and Fixtures,
A Full Aft8orti.ic.it of Carpenter's niu! Agricultural Tool..
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED TUBS AND FAILS, Ate.. .
DRV GOODS, sVe., fcr.
iii,i:aciiki aivd browiv COTTOIVS, IRIITJ, &c.t Ac.
New lioods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
aPG Brick Store, corner of Fort and King Ste.
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&?f.'?irff7h iL - -
M. T. DONNELL WOULD
o tub ipunuia t o thii
IEW A1VD WO.EUFUI WOVKIV WIUK ITITTKASSKS
A perfect sprint: mattrass without springs t a Mat trass without straw or husks. The Wire Mattraes ooosists of a strong
fabric formed of 6000 fr-et of fine tinned wire coiled Into perfect springs and all interlocked by an ingeulous process of doable
weaving. W hen Uiis Pliable and Klastic Fabric is stretched into lis proper frame, tbe result is the most perfect sleeping ar
rangement ever made. He desires to call tha attention to the facta i lat Tbat they never lose their shape Bd That they
never make a noise I 3d That tbey never need a repair.
They are positively warranted to be as perfectly level at tha end of fire stars, as when first made, and to stand lbs teal
of ooe thousand pounds for ten days.
Farther information can be obtained, and samples seen at the FURNITURE WARKROOM8 OF Ma T.
DONNELL, Na. 88 KING STREET, HONOLULU. . MltSas
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE DESIRABLE DWELLING 1orSE
lately occupied by C. H. LKWBB8, situated on Kukui
Street- For particulars emiuire of
sp28 tf LOWERS A DICKSON.
The Undersigned Invite the Attention
PLANTERS AND OTHERS
TO TH KIR
Exceedingly Full Stock of Materials
" EXCELSIOR" AND OTHER LITE ARRIVALS
A Large Assortment of
TIRE AND OTHER BAR IRON
Xulglt cvxicl Uoavy !
CI A ST STF.EL-ROUND. SQUARE AND
oval ) also, Plate Bteel Angle Iron from H to S Inch.
BOILKR AND SflKET IKON from i inch thickness op to
inch, snd fnm 10 feet by 4 feet downwards, and Rivets suit
able for the uoe.
CIRCULAR ItOlLF.R IIKAD8 from feet by , Inch to 31 feet
by 7-18 inch, together with a large lot of 2, H and 4 inch
Boiler Tubes, which puts us in a position to execute orders
for Boilers with dispatch. These heads are made in one piece
ot triple reOned iron.
SCRKW BOLTS AND NCTS, I to 1 inch, various lengths.
WASHERS, 1 to 1 inch.
WROUGHT IRON STEAM PIPE from 1 op to 3 Inch, with
Tees, Elbows, 4-Ways, Nipples, Couplings, Union Joiuta, and
Reducing Couplings and fopples.
STEAM PIPE FITTINGS OF ALL KINDS, such aa Globe
Valves, Cocks, Check Valves, from J to 8j inches, at our
BTKAM GAUGES. WATER GAUGES and GAUGE COCKS
for bo -am Boilers, etc., etc.
ENGLISH LEATHER BELTING, best quality, from 2 inches
np to 8 inches ; also 4-ply S inch Rubber Belting.
BELT LACES, strong and pliable.
ROUND GUT BAND, suitable for driving steam engine gov.
ernorsji and inch diameter, with screw steel hook coup
lings. This band kept dry la very durable.
VULCANIZED INDIA RUBBER, i and Inch, for air pump
Valves, etc also India Rubber Packing, 1-14 and 1 inch,
American and English.
COARSE GALVANIZED IRON WIRX CLOTH, wove to 10
inches wide for Centrifugals.
PERFORATED BRAtS PLATES for Centrifugals of fine and
coarse mesh, suitable for large or small grained sugars; also
Brass Wire Cloths for the same purpose very cheap.
BABBIT METAL, best quality.
TUCK'S PATENT PACKING. 1 to 1 Inch, fresh and pliable
tbe most economical Packing for U lands of Steam Engines,
Pomps, Clariflers, etc., ever produced.
HEMP AND FLAX PACKING, Nos. 1 and 2, loose and bard
CUMBERLAND COAL, in casks or in hats.
CHRISTOFFUE'S Patent Spiral Spring Adjustable Tube
Machinery on hand and for sale.
One feet Vacuum Pan and Air Pomps in coarse of erection.
Ooe 7 " " " "
One 9 Cylinder Steam Engine, " 44
2 small Centrifugal Engines, 1 No. 6 nvdraalic Bam,
1 Small Sugar Mill, 1 Medium Sugar MiU.
1 Small Sugar Mill, for Horse Power, 1 Clariller,
1 Portable Engine and Boiler. And several otherjuteful arti
cles of machinery.
Honolulu Iron Works Company.
no23 1m ALEXANDER T0UN0, Manager.
" r' 'Taaiii
CP? I 'TNw
Af.i. - .iy.''.
GALL THE ATTENTION
THAT VERV DESIRABLE HOUSE
and Premises, No. 160 Nuuanu Avenue, lately occupied
t.w W I. flmn Kan.
Alan, tha llonae anrt Prrmlaea Ho. 114. adioinlnr.
Apply to O. K. WILLIAMS.
oc6 Or J. H. Wuui.
MUSKETS, MUSKETS, MUSKETS ! I
A LOT OF SUPERIOR MUS
KETS, J uat Received and For Sals Cheap by
JOHN N KILL,
juS No. 40 Fort Strsai.
Properties For Sale or Lease
THE CELEBRATED SUGAR LA ND OP
II AKA LA U.lo the District of Ililo, Hawaii.
The Land, House, Pasture and Premises of AUAUKEAK,
ICona, Hawaii, containing about 700 acres.
For particulars appl f lo
sel4 W. L. GREEN.
TO LKT !
Under tho Odd Fellow's Hall.
Lately Octnplrd by Dillingham C.
Hardware Store !
It is Completely Fitted with Shelving, &c.
For further particulars apply to
C. A. CAFTLK, or
W. 0. PARKE.
TO STAND THIS SEASON I
AT THE STABLES OF THR UNDER,
signed at PAl'Ot. Foot of Panchbuwl, fur TliRAkt
MONTHS from the 1st of December, the
Thoroighbrtd Flat Rare and Steeple Chaae II tne
The Wlaaer af Several Races,
The WONDER was bred by C. II- Roberta. Ean.., of New
South Wales, and i sapor ted to Auckland, and thenos la this
city by the underslgced, per NEVADA. He is a lark roam
with black points, possessing great bone and aasenlar form,
with perfect symmetry, and stands 14 bands t toe has; Irso
A Sure Foal Getter !
and calculated to get first-class roadsters or race horses, bis
pedigree being as hit breeder remarks, of good strain and
PEDIGREE WONDER by Imported Mac?, oat of
the celebrated mare Fanny Davis, bred by Graham Mantes,
Esq.; Fanny Davia by imported Camel, sirs of lona and other
racing celebrities too aamerons to mention, oat of Princess by
imported Gratisi Princess out ot Csmertan mare, imported I y
John Andet son, Esq. For farther pedigree see English att
Mew South Wale Stud Book.
Terms, $30 for Single Hares ; 4525 Each for
TWO CATCH INSURED.
n23 8m E. II. BOYD.
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