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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6. UTS.
Tub a arrivals Bin.: our U( have ren : Aa:. Cwth,
lUoiin bark f. C. fTyir, from Bremen, wit'u a- -
f 10 II. IUkJrkl Co., Br.lUh brifv.l;? Mi-jfli-m
t tuJ, frwi Atu-kliDd, with inerrhand.se l- A H. cli.rn &
o. ; t. lt. p. M. f. H. Caf K'"i. with mr f.an.! i:-l
Part,(er ti II. H-M-kf-U 4r Co.
Te "tf saJi tvroorrow ;a the m.irn trip, w.i'i
tail rir .4 domestic produce, and new- thirty pa t.- r.
Ik Mtutlm Cloud will u.1 f,r Auckland n T J' ''
twfiur nest, takirif a lull Vx of ujM, etc.
Aicilod, Jul 2ith. J.
Hiata The rtaxuA to font, and the niarkM i i" firm
V qooo dark in bore! ac i prore to i) .
Corrrr-1 teld ac IHKrls Ht f -l lo t-t .U.-.ui.-u
fronKvdory' car dates are lo Ju! lltfc, whT Bn cn
ir w-r quoted at 13HIH1 ffy crystals at i'.T.
Melbourne report thai sagax ia not artirrlv inj .j.r-d fr.
grey cryiJs are report d at 137.
Hii FiiiiiMi), lu;ai( iil. IiTi.
istosa The C's.ra J?ca, frmn Hun.iulu, be.u;tit ui 014
, ca.efly Grocery (raries, worth Wr. tt-mr vry ii.fr?
if dark bora In inlands U tr.J at Tr. Th jr-n ral nvtrkrl
- iff Ann frr all kind. Th Refiners' prue lut u. frr
Crushed, lie ; Cube and Powird. Hie ; ftranuLated. V"t
lie i (enfcleo " C," c ; f tuna m firmly held at H'-it'eiiO-.c
l-r the lhr frade io mala. The tVtndmirrl. iu Jay Irura
-wuw, al hand with 14.040 bf to the L'altlorTiia Refinery.
aoitotra Thw bo Hawaiian in first han-ls. Lai
vaJra, lrTrJ32!. For i;a.frm.a f.oi.len Syrup our l al r-ftn-f
as 4oe to kf; .TttTUr I -jt hi bbls and (':
Hit a Tb maxkt to abundantly uf.tl wih 11 k.iuU.
aat pcx- aoaiewkat impromj. W naoic L'biu ai. l ni.
rte ; Japan. 4jr ; Hawaiian Taolr, fltr.
ri lo In porta from Jan. lt to Auc- li" : Kal-a
Th Cwt Arabroukt aa tat S Uiia. .orninl fi -, 7 r.
jLo.ru the HrnAuyr.s.
ithr .Ntt MfriU. at Brr' wbart, tail r l.l.ur
i-o. T Or HONOLULU, H. I.
30-l!a bk R C W;ll, Halt-Tmt.a, 115 1j iruin
30 flchr iTkuahi, Ilopa. from Ki.baU. Hawaii.
.TO Brit bfta MxfiUn Cloud, Court, 3.1 day (rutn
A art hind. N Z.
31 4Vhjr Fairy tturen, Kaaina, fm Wainiha & Hnalri.
31 frhr Lika, Kaai, from M.Aa an.1 AtuhoU, Kauai.
11 cf Warwick, Kalawaia, from Pakoo. M4okai.
I Am tmr Cota fcica, V F Latile, a iiya fioin
1 Hchr Frloce, f (tracer, from Kona anil Kau, Hawaii.
ich Manookawai, Falekai, fin M aa & AnahoU.
rVhr fiokab-iK, Ilwri, from Moioaa, Kaoai.
Hch Odd Fellow, Kbiotina, from Iiilr, Hawaii.
1 rtchr Jtuiy, Lambert, fm U'aimea tt Kol a, Kauai.
4 flch Kioao, Ahnihala, from Kor.Lau.
4 Hear Waiota, Fonn lain, from KatwakakaiA I'ukoo.
i Mchr Roto Roy, Jim, from Koolaa.
6 elchr Netti Merrill. Crane. from Lahaina. Maui.
4 Srhr Keoni Ana, J Dudoit, fm Waialua 6c Waanae
4 Rcbr A r tire, Foaahiira. from Koloa, Kauai.
fltnr Kilanea, Taylor, from Hawaii and Maui.
Mchr Ka Hoi, W'et. from Kabului, Maui.
:br Ntlie Merrill. Crane, for Lahaina, Maui
1 Htmr KiLaoea, Taylor, for Maui and Hawaii.
I Bear Ka Moi, Weat, lor Kahalui, Maui.
I Btbr Artlre. Puaaliiwa, (or Koloa, Kauai.
1 Mchr Fairy Uaeen. Kaaina, for Ilan ilei A: Waii.il.a.
I chr Keoni Ana, J Dudoit, lor Waialua.
1 Hchr Rob Roy, Jim, fur Koolau.
'i chr Warwick, Kalawaia, fur Kalaupapa. Molokui.
I Rchr Luka, Kaai. ijt Meloaa ami AnahoU, K.iu.iL
& loop Lire Yankee, Clark, for liana. Maui.
Hchr Pauahl, Ilopo, for IJilo, Hawaii.
Hchr Prince, Bpeocrr, for Kona and Kau, Hawaii,
a Scbr llokalele, Uenrri, fct Moioaa, Kauai.
Hrhr Manaokawai, PaJekaL for Moioaa A. Anabola.
& cbr Jenny, Lambert, for Koloa Waiinea, Kauai.
Foa Mw FiticiM O-Htmr Costa Rica, aaiU M M to-day.
torn Wisbwabd Poara Hlmr Kilaoea, aaila on Monday.
Foa A t ea Laa D, ,V Z. B(tn Magellan Clou.1, aaila Tuesday
VESSELS iS FORT.
II rarvey in( ship Portamoath, Bketrtrtt.
II I K M'seorrette Askoid, Ty rtoo.
Am ahp Coclcca. Ropen, repairuif.
Haw bk R C W ylie, H Ualtennann. discharging.
Brit bf tn Macellui Cloud. C Couch, loading. ;
Am soar Coata Kara, W F Lapde, loading.
RRPOBT or BBK R. C. WTLIC, II. llALTEaMA.1.1, Maa-
t. Left the River Weacronthe 6th ol May; anchored in
Dott Bay for the tide on the loth ; passed the Landsend the
14 ih. Crossed the Una in the Atlantic the 7th ol June in 2S o
W lorur, Xi days out ( crossed 60 8 lal in 63 a W long 11th
uf July, M days out. From there around Cape Horn to SO
a Lm ami Hi W on it took os 11 days ; experienred heary
galas Irom NW and riW, and much hail and snow. Crossed
h line in the Pacific io 136 W long 1'ith of August, 105
days out, and arrived in lionohila the 30th of August, 115
days paiwace from Bresaen. and 10? days from l-aiwlrii.l.
trosi of the sailors died daring the passage.
Rcmar or School ra Maoellav Cloid, Coich, Mas
iii Left Auckland July 26th, with light KB wind; July
Mil, a N E gale, anchored in Whangaroa Bay for two days
ca the 20th, moderated, weighed anchor ami proceeded on the
voyage. Aug 3d look a gale from tSK and hove to for three
days. Aug 7th, lal 23 10 H. long 174 40 W, spoke whale-'
hip Mary Frances. Wind BW with ahowers of rain from lal
14 and long 170, then strong breexea from the eastward.
Aug 12th, atroox breexes ; al noon madA Danger Island bear
og Eld, distance 15 miles. Aug 17th, strong wind from east
ward, crossed the equator in long 1(32 W. 'Zl days out.
Wiod from the east or to lal8 N. Variable winds lo lat
14 H and long 1M W. Latur part of the passage strong
breeae with squalls, wind il and ME. Aug -J7th. made the
Island of Hawaii, Ul days from land to lam!, and arrived in
Honolulu Aug 30th, U day from Auckland.
Rrruar or 8TCaaNir Costs Rica, W. F. Lamikc
f oma.idcb Left 8aa Francisco Aug Sd at 3 r M. Had
pleasant weather and favorable winds the whole roy age. A r
nvrd in Honolulu Sept 1st at 3 r n. after a passage of nine
days. Janes fc. Tickbb, Purser.
2T By th way of AackJacd we leara that the wbaleship
Mary Hamilton, of Melbourne. Cap t Norton, was lost on a
sunken reef between Pitt's and Napran Island, near Norfolk
island, nay lltn- he had on board Si bbls sperm. 9 months
oat. he atrack on the reef, and although every exertion was
made, she could not be got off, and was sold as she lay for 6.
Oorge fi lover, formerly of Honolulu, was first oftt.-er.
By telegraph front Wellington, N. July 25th, lo the lltr
uJd of Auckland, we leant the following respecting the ship
Wat. Taptemtt, Flinn, master, which vessrl Itft here on the
th of May last for Enderbury Island :
The William Tapacott, an American ship of 1.600 ions,
bound from Enderbury Island, for Uueenslown. Ireland, with
1,000 tons of guano, baa arrived. The vessel is commanded
by Bernard King, chief officer. The captain was in irons, and
had been afaot io the knee by the mate, who gave himself np,
and demanded that the chief officer should lake charge of the
vesarL ta the voyage the captain cat down one sailor with
aa Ate and anoder with a cutlus, m committed further
brutalities on the crew, who then mutinied. The vessel has
twelve feet of wlr in the bold, and is believed lo be unsea
worthy. The captain's version of the affair on the American ship
William Tapacoft is aa follows: The ship left L'nderbury
bland on the 9th Jane. AH proceeded quietly until the
rwenty-Uurd day, when off the Navigator Islands the chief
Late sulked doty, n v was therefore ordered to his cabin. The
iste d-med captain's authority, and challenged his power to
keen order, also aaked all hands to be called aft, inord.-r lo
hear the grounds so which he was placed ooder arrest. This
was complied wilt, bat the mate alopped the captain from e
frlainlng the matter, and complained to the crew of the ship
bring unfit to proceed round the Horn. He used viok-nt l:in
guage, and the crew also became violent, insisting on the ves
sel being run to lb? nearest port. The captain replied that he
lid not think the circumstancrs justified the course, but If
nece-isary he world adoyt it. The crew refused duty. A Or
some negxiation between the captain and the crew, ihc latter
rushed at the former, knocked him down, and put him in irons,
and by orders from the second and third officers confined hi in
to bis eabm. In the evening the captain get his irons off one
hand, and arming himself with the only available wca)on (an
a a), went on the poop. The second mate threatened lo sliovt
nun, and waa about to carry the threat oat when the captain
strack him with the axe on the cheek. The mate had pre
viously (red a revolver ahot from the main deck at captain,
but without effect. The second shot took effect in the cap
tain's left knee. The crew began to pelt the captain with all
sorts of missiles, and fire other shots were fired at him by the
mate. The captaia was obliged to go behw, being severely
bruised. Since that he has been kept in his cabin, under close
Fho BrwK!i Per R. C. Wylie, rVpt. 1st: I rs Shoe
Ware. 1 ese Samples. 1 cae Cotton Goods, 4 crates Tubs, 1
parcel Patterns to T C Brack ; 10 hhds and '."00 qr ra (Jin. 7
cs and 1 bale Dry Goods to W L Green ; 150 cs ne'er, GO rs
Brandy, cs Hamples. 40 bndls Fencing Ware. 13 cs Perfum
ery, b ca Toys, 8 cs Cigars. 13 cs Woolens, 1.600 bndls Hoop
lron,3csSilka,4 cs Powder, 150 cs Ale. 1 lh Boer, IS cs
Wine, II ca Hams, 14 Cs Yellow Metal. 15 bales Flai. 27 hnd's
Shook. 1 cae Ornaments, i cs porcelain, 3 cs Calf Skins. 1
ce Gloves, 41 esks Paints, 1 cse Feather Dusters, 5 rs Tum
blers H Old Snooks, 10,000 port Madox Mates, 1.75S
Arch Fire Bncks, 200 qr cs Gin. 50 cs Chainpasne, 1 cse
l lnthe. 3 rs Books. 96 bales and 1 cs Dry Goods, li ingots
Tin, 1- ingots Babbit Metal, SO bis Tin Plates. 10 cks Fence
W re, 1 cse Brass. 15 bndls Iron Tubes. 67 rs and 4 blU Oil.
a Oak Buati. 4 ciks Alcohol. 100 demijohns Vinegar, 50 csks
Fire Clay. 1 kegs Cornp Nails. 54 coils Cordis'. S rsk Heads
aod Hoops, 2 cs Cloth. 13 cs Preserves, 1 cse Plated Ware. -J
c Hosiery, 20 rs L'ltramaxiae, 3 bales Cordage. 3 rs Clothinc.
144 Old Hit py Syrup Barrels. 1UU Square Fire Bricks. 117
t Groceries. 301 cs Candles, drams Oil. CO cs Saddles, 5
bales Burlaps. 3 bales Twine and Canvas, &uO rsks Su;ar, 2
cs Sardines, 1 cse Thread. 1 cse Steel Ware. 5 hh.i Rabins, 1
cse Music Ware. 1 cse Cotton. 50 Old Kmpty Oil Barrels. -J7
tod to, Old Od r hooks. 200 nests Market Basket., il rs, 5
crates aod 2 csks Hardware, 4d drums Caustic Suit. 100 pk;
Paper, 1 cse Cheese, .1 rs Camphor, 1 cse Wooden Ware. 1 rr
tarthenware, 1 cse Buttons, 2 cs Liquors, Z ck lleails ami
Hoops to H ILvafrM 4k Co ; 1 cse Fffects. Books, ctr, to A
Haaebenr ; 7 cs, 2 csks and 1 pkg Mdse luCM wen ; c
Wine to 11 A W idemann ; 1 ese Clothes, 1 ce Preserves lo J
: Glade ; 1 cse Silks. 1 cse Manufactures ! B F FhN-rs ; 1
cse Effects, 1 cse Painting, dec, to A Waller ; 21 pk;s Mission
ary LI tecsiis la Bishop Maaret ; 320 rs. 4 csks. 270 demons
and 10 bales Mdse, 60 cs Beer, 2 pkgs Samples lo tA Hoff .
whlaeger A Co ; 68 cs and "i bales Mlse. 950 cs ami 175 demi
inrins Liquids. 20 drums Soda, 1 parcel Sample. 164 rs. 2
bbls, S bags, 3 csks, 20 demijohn and 100 krss Proviso-.. 2
Liquors to F A bchaefer t Co ; 2 es Hardware, 1 rik Sta
ples, 1 cak Files, 1 csk Chain to Order ; 3 rs Liquor. 16 qr
ks Brandy, 4) ca Whiskey, 12 qr Csks ami 30 rs ine, 2oO
c Mdse to tl Rhodes ; 95 cs and beaks Hardware. S rs ami 1J
tales Dry Goods. A bales Paper. 150 csks Cement, 20 cs S-ad-dlery.
9 esks and 11 cs Preserves. 20 crab's Earthenware. 1 re
and 1 bales Twioe to J T Waterhouse ; 10 rs an.1 3 rk Mdie
to R McKibtoio.
FtasHiv Faascisco Per Costa Rica, Sept. 2d : 1 re
Xdse to U Rnth ; 23 pkgs Furniture. 1 pkg anil 1 bt GIi:c. 5
bndls Glass, 1 cm Mdse lo C E Williams ; 35 kegs PirLles. 'M
kit Fish, 1 cse Cndflsh, 4 cs Can Goods, 15 bx Apples, 40 qr
ks Floor. 10 sks W beat, 1 bale C Wheat, 1 bale Oat Meal. 2
crates and bzs Btarrh, 2 bis Maple Sugar. 1 bbl Sal Soda,
i gro Vesst Powder, 6 pkgs Tea, 1 bx Benzine. 1 bbl Cranber
ries, 6 hf bbls Sugar. 45 pkf s Crackers. 1 bx Dried Peaches, 1
csft Salmon, 2 pk(S Herrings, 25 eks" Potatoes. 2 cs Onions to
J add 4k Laae ; 1 bt Glass. 1 bx Glue, 1 bx Brushing. 1 bx
fa.nl, A pks aod 1 cse MAie. 2 pkfs Furniture, 1 ce .Marble
t . e. rA !:. 11 : 1 1;Ii.k.i.. pkgs Windows, pkgs
l:'.in.S. 1 l. Fastir.: to ildr A lo ; 2 r.ks Hans. 55 I ns
and 2 r i:r.irk-r, 4 bbls Corn Mnl, 3 c Crirked Wheat. 3
tm t) it M-al. 1 b I" llarie . 5 bs Marr.iri.ni. 5J sks P'-tati-es.
Mrs Oni"fi. - cs Turnip. 2 rs !!!. 1 re Baron. C20 qr ks
1 1 nr. 12 bs Siar.-h. 52 rs Mdse. 1 bale Hips, li fi Tea. 2
I in Svrui.. 1 re Ijrd, 2 rs Clfth. 1 rse SalnvHi. 1 pkg -'o-r.
3 r hwo to H-r.rv May ; 35 m Brea-1. 30 tir.s and 20
. (nfi-ri. 2i cs t an Coi!i. 2 rs Cheese, 4i sks Beans. Zi
bxs Al pies. V) bars potatoes. Q5 bbls Salmon t- Holies A' Co ;
7i bts A r ps. 1 bt IriM Fruits. 1 bx IWcks, 1 trunk F-ffxts.
2'3 r oxsters t-. V. Brewer A Co ; 2 bxs Mdse, 1 keg Soda. 3
t.s rie-.t.rrh.r to M lirkson SX ; ,k Toar- 40
ks Potatoes t E V Adams; 1 cse llsms and Barn. 1 keg
pirkles to A llerbrt ; 4 qr sks Flour. 5 eks Rt-d VV:ne to t
Srhaeter ; 1 ba l.i atli- r. 1 bndl W h:p. 1 ce Saddlery lo
P la:t'n ; '.") hm Apples and Pears to Wa:ker tr AlU-n ; 3S5
qr.ks reir, 6t Bran. 5 sks Oat, pkgv Phooks to H
Love A; hf ; 3 pkgs Ink to Black Aold ; 5 pkgs Mdse, 25
k Potatoes, 10 bxs Apple, 1 bx Pears. 1 rse Cheese, 1 cse
Bacon. I rse Salt Beet. c Lard, 5 W Cranberries, 5 bM
tiions. 2 bxs Turn r, 5 sks B.ans, lo kegs Pirkk-s, 2 hts
Drie.1 Fru t. lcrlui Mral. 4 b;s p.a lo Mclciyre A Bro ;
41 qr sks I Wait, 1 pig f-m'Lt, 1 hhd Cr kery. 1 rk Glass
war". 2 bales Salt, 1 Ire lUn. 1 rse Ch-se. S S Potato's, 4
bis OtiioM, 5 bxs Cbthe Pins, i bxs Starrh, 2 cs Bread, 2i
t.i.s Crark.-rs V, T M'-ewmxn A S- ; 3 bxs sbos to I Rirb
ar lwn ; 1MJ sks Potato-s. 24 kegs Pirkles, 10 pkgs Dned Ap-pl.-s.
4-1 sks Beaj.s lo II MartarUne ; IS k rs Hore thoes, s
M le. 5 cs frarkers, 1 air Al, 1 bn-11 Hose. 20 bbls Plaa
tr, 1 pair Springs. 1 rse Hardware. 20 qr sks Flour. 1 krg
Mdse t,, i; O IL11I A. Sti; o rs Mdse, 2 bxs Ap(4es, 2 cs Drugs,
2 rs Meal, 10U qr sks Hour. I Iron Shaft. 1 rk Paint to Casile
A C'ke ; 6 rs and 1 keg Mdse, 3 bndls Kakes. 1 sk Mal, 4
k Bar . 3 cs Drugs, 1 bag Shoe Pegs, 1 bale U se, 1 bbl
himcev, 10 rs Amoma. 1 Lawn Mower, 1 bndl Iroo. 1 rse
Hardware, I bo.ll Forks to Vdhttua A Co ; 75 sks Potatoes
to A J t.artwriirbt ; 15 bxs China Goods, 1 mat Peas, 1 bag
li.iriu . 1 mat I ih tst Sing Clung A. ,o : rs Clorks lo D N
Khlrier -. 20 rs Apple, lo rs Preserves, 10 rs niorjs. lo rheits
Ta. 40 sk Potatoes. I'j sks Oats, 1 rse Melodeo-j. 10 cs Veast
Pow.ler. 66 sks Bnui. 120 qr sks Floor to J T Waterhouse ; 1
rse Marble. 1 ke firkles. 12 bndls Baf, 4) qr sks Flour, 1
pkg Mdse to 11 liarkf -Id A Co ; 6 hf bbls ar.d lo cs Whiskey,
lo as Culer Vt G Rhodes ; 4 bf bbls aral 24 rs S hiskey, 4 cs
B. Iters, ZO ks Beans, io sks Potatoes, 12 rs Chanipagne to C
l.'Hig -, 2 rs W hiskey to W I. Green ; 144 coils Manila Rope, 6
bal.-s Uurk, 1 rse Paml, 1 bx Mdse lo A W peirce ; 6 pkf s
l lte. 17 rs T'bareo, 1 keg Vrmn to Jlytnan Bros ; 1 bbl
hiakey. 1 rse Bottle. 10 rs Drugs, 2 cs Cherry Perioral to
A S Clegborn A Co ; 1 bx Irugs to Hollister aV Co ; 7 rs Fur
niture, 2 hales Hair to M T Hoiinell ; H rs and 2 bsles Mdse to
M H Grinlfcium A. Co ; 1 rse and bx Paper to II M Whitney ;
20 bndU Straw Boards, 1 cse Leather, 2 reams and 1 cse Pa
per, 1 bx B's, 3 pkgs Mdse to T G Thrum ; 17 bodls Gal
vanised Piies to li fcegekn A Co ; 1 cse Ale. ao cs Wine, 13
rs Whiskey to Brown Ac Co -, lo rs Mdse, 20 cs Tobacco to M
I'hillii A. Co ; 1 cse Surgical Instruments, 1 cse Apples. 1
re Organ, 1 rse Artifieial Flowers, 20 qr ska Flour, 81 rs and
pkgs Mdse, 12 pkrs China Goods, 1 Safe, 9 rs Books. 1 pkg
Hose, 5o sks Potatoes, tt bxs Onions. 2 csks Red Wine, 3rs
Olive Oil, 1 cse Cod Liver Oil, 1 cse Bottle, 3 ci Drugs, 1 rse
Fruit, 100 bxs Preserved Meat, S bales Sheeting, 4 bales Cot
loo Duck, 1 bx Small Stoves, 1 rse Clothing. 1 rse Choes to
Fmisj Au m ivD-1'cr Magellan Cloud, Sept. 1st : 3 tons
Snap, 4 bales Blankets. 702 coils Rope, 1 cs Fancy Shirts, 1 cs
Flannel Shirt. 1 bale do, do., 1 bale Turkey Red Twill, 10
bales Flour Bags, 7 bales and 2 cs Prints, 2 rs Muslins, 1 rs
Regatta Miirts, 1 cs Trowsers. 2 cs Pomade, 3 rs Perluinery,
1 rs and 5 trunks men's Blurhers, 1 cs pateot Shoes, 1 cs l'a
er Cuffs, 50 blk Cloth Vests, 11 Flannel Coats, Samples I
fancy Shirts, 1 pr Trowsers, 8 Stoves; 6 coils Ishiog, 20 cs
Mosella, & ra Candies, 50 cs Brandy, 3 qr csk do., 2 ca Sherry.
10 cs Matches. 1S21 pes Timber, 1 pkg Samples, 3 bgs Potatoes,
1 cs Wine. bodls Clothes Lines, 1 coil Rope, to A. S. Cleg
horn A. Co.
Fkom Bii.XE.i-Per R. C. Wylie, Aug. 30th Miss Anna
Pundt, F Connwll.
Fbom At cb-lasd, N. Z. Per Magellan Cloud, Aug. 20th
Mrs White and 3 children.
Fbo Host axd Kau Per L'ilaina, Sept. 1st Jno 8
Atnithies, M T Donnell. Mr Smith ami wife, Mr Simpson, wife
ami 3 children, and 18 deck.
Fo Raji Fbascisco Per Costa Rica, Sept. 1st Samuel
Parker, K G Waller and wife, M C Allen, J Van Dyke, Mrs
Turrill, Miss Alexander, M B Beck with, Lieut E R More, V 8
S Portsmouth, J G Dickson, wife and child. Miss Bond, Miss
Havens, II V Sprague, J C Gunn, Frank Bates, 14 in steerage,
and 12 Chinese.
Fob Windward Posts Per Kilauea, Sept. 1st Mrs Free
man. Samuel Parker. Tbos Hughes, wife and 2 children. Hon
Mr Kuilielani, Hon R A Lyman, G W WiUfong, Father Mod
est, Misses C and M Nott, Miss Lottie Alexander, J IT Kawai
nui, Peter Kaleikini, and about 76 deck.
From Lahaixa Per Nettie Merrill. Sept. 6th Mops Bal
lieu, wife, child and servant, W M Gibson, E Preston, and 10
Fob Sav Fbascisco Per Costa Rica, Sept. 6th Chas
NordhofT, wife, 4 children and servant, HAP Carter and son,
W J Mayer, T N Lee, Mrs S G Wilder, Miss Jane Lewers, N
Fiinpsoo, wife and 4 children, D Smith and wife, W II Beeh
ler, James Tilton. 11 Le Monnyer, Miss E D Paty, E 8 Whil
romb, Albert Lachmann, R T Taylor, and six seamen of the
II 8 S Portsmouth in the steerage.
'.From Wimdward Ports Per Kilauea, Sept. 6 Her Ex
u Keehkolani, Miss Nellie Beckwith, 2 Misses Bond, Miss E
Friel, E Williams, C Macfarlane, J D Paris, Rev J D Paris At
wife. Miss Paris. Mrs King, C Wall, J G Hoapili, MrsCapt W
Babcock A 2 children, Mrs G C Williams, S Kaai A: wife, and
From Kahili i Per K;i Moi, Sept. 6 F Filbur and 20
I . SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER G.
, Dcring the past week or more, it has been
generally known in the community that His
Majesty the Kin was indigpoeed, and that He
was daily attended by 1 lis physician. We are able
to say with certainty that there are no alarming
symptoms at the present time. The deep interest
felt by all Ilia people in the health of the Head
or the nation, very naturally causes solicitude to
know tle prvch& truth, which is seldom attaina
ble when there are only street rumors to be had.
We beg to suggest, as a measure due to the
public and for the purpose of preventing false and
exaggerated reports, that a daily bulletin of His
Majesty's health be issued from the government
house, until such time as the necessity therefor
shall no longer be apparent.
Wiiev, eight months ago, by the unexpected
demise of the last of the Kamcbamebas the coun
try was abruptly left without a head and with a gov
ernment only by 6ufl'erance ; during the interreg
num, while cliques and cabals were busy with
supposed claimants to the throne, and some were
harboring revolutionary thoughts ; during all
those really critical times that eventually culmi
nated so satisfactorily in the happy accession of
King Li'nalilo the ends for which this journal
aimed and labored were the security and perpet
uity of tlie national independence. When, the
government of the new King being fairly estab
lished, we advocated the negotiation of a Treaty
of Ileciprocity xvith the United States our
nearest neighbor and best friend and put forth
in these columns the proposition to offer the
cession of Pearl Harbor to that government as in
some sort an equivalent for the concession to be
asked, we recommended and urgently presead
that line of policy because we were then and still
arc convinced that by carrying those measures
the national independence could and can be best
strengthened and ensured.
With this main principle in view, the Iwttom
plank in our platform being national independence,
we shall continue to closely watch, to warn, and
if need be to criticise the acts of those who hold
the helm of our little ship of state or their
failure to act when the necessity arises. In our
petition as a watchman on the tower a Tribune,
as it were, of the people our duty demands that
we shall t-pcak plainly and promptly whenever the
interests of the nation are involved.
' It may be asserted without fear of contradic
tion, that in every Empire, Kingdom, or Princi
pality existing at the present day, there is inva
riably t. le found a settled provision for an
undisputed succession, carefully and legally
secured except in the Hawaiian Kingdom. Here,
less than a year ago. through the neglect of Min
isters to perform their duty by advising the King
in all things fur the best interests of the state,
the country was derelict drifting for a month,
during which it was simply providential that we
Wc all sincerely hope and pray that Heaven
will preserve our beloved King many years to
reign by the grace of God and the will of the
people. We declare it tn le the duty of the
Ministry, nevertheless, to give to the nation that
guarantee of the stability of our national inde
pendence which will be afforded by a settlement
of the succession. It i usual it is just it is
CURRENCY NEEDS OF COMMERCE.
This is the title f a twelve page juinphlet
which we have received from the author, Mr.
Wallace I. (JrcKim. editor of the "New York
Mercantile Journal " a paper which has come to
be recognized as undoubted authority in commer
cial and financial matters. In the pamphlet
under review, Mr. Groom advocates "national
pajier money, inten-luinzeable with government
bonds ;" and afi-r a ean-ful perusal of his clear
and able exposition of the subject, it is difficult to
arrive at any other l uin liieion than bis. of the
feasibility of making Natio:::il I'apvr M-jney
much rearer perfect mca.-uri s "f v.iluc th-in gold
or silver or other m-.rchar.dii-c " ever have been vt
ever can be," by adjusting the volume thereof
through its interchangeability, at the option oj
the holder, with government bonds bearing a
fixed rate of interest.
In a letter to us under date of July l!th, Mr.
tiroom says :
" In your i.-suc of the P.umc Commercial Ad
vertiser of tlie 21st ult., I read an able article
relative to ' A Loan' by your government, which
you advise. Your suggestions are worthy of
careful consideration, which I trust they may re
ceive. ee r-cciallv at the hands of your citizens
.., . u !
.IWW me i' .-iijj'.st an eiteniiuij niiijuv .
plan, which (if you induce your government to ;
print) money like the L. S. Legal Tender Notes,
and p.rfeet them by making th' iu a legal t-ndt-r
fjr all ii"i, public and private; and further,
make the notes exchangable in sums of one
thourand dollars and its multifile (at the option
of the holder) into interest-bearing bonds (at
some equitable rate,) the said bonds to lie made
payable on demand, including interest to date of
payment, in the same currency.
TIipsi MiwfMitions- which we commend to the
.. d r M r
serious consideration of members of our govern-
, , ,
ment and the business community, are strongly
enforced in the following concluding note to the
pamphlet on currency :
In the interchangeability (at the option of
the bolder) of National Paper Money with Gov-
eminent Bonds bearing a fixed rate of interest,
there is a subtle principle that will regulate the
movements of Finance and Commerce as accu-
rately ns the motion of the steam engine is regu.
lated by its governor." Such pap.er money
tokens would be perfect measures of value,
which gold and silver never have been. The use
of gold or other merchandise as money, is a bar
barism unworthy of the age."
OUR HOME LETTER.
Since the sailing of the steamer, one month
ago, there has occurred very lijtle to disturb the
road to the most brilliant succ ss. It will be look with the above title is a course of lecture
fully adoptel here within the next five years, and delivered by him as Corpus Professor of Juris
almr.1v this : I. t tl..- government coin (i. e.. rJ" University of Oxford. These
even tenor of Island a flairs. Business of all unequal division of conquered lands, and society
kinds has been unusually dull even for us and in ; was ready to be moulded by the feudal principles
the Bummer season, and sales by Auction have in which lands were given as benefices by the tribes
dragged heavily. Of politics we hear but little ; that overran the Roman Empire. The family law
latteily, the last episode having been an address i dealt with few subjects, and possessed the sim
delivered by the Circuit Judge of this Island j plicity of despotism, but the number of its
(Hon. J. M. Kapena) before a native audience, ; minute rules was singularly large. The customary
in which he favored Reciprocity but took ground i jaw 0r the early village community was not law
against the proposed cession of Pearl Harbor. as understood in advanced stages of human
In spite of the prejudice which a few foreign op.- ! thought, with its incidences of command, obliga
poncnts of the scheme have aroused among the ! tion, sanction and right. The village elders
natives, (who are very ill-informed as to the real j adjusted civil disputes, making rules for new
merits) the advocates of Reciprocity on the basis j cases, and criminal offences were summarily dealt
of the cession are hopefully awaiting a favorable ; with by the military, British rule in India
answer to the proposition which has been sent to i sought to enforce Indian customary law, of which
Washington ; and their hopes are strengthened J effort there seems to have been very unsatisfac
by the tone in respect to the project which has torv results. The customs were flexible and
latterly been apparent in some of the leading j varying but when placed on record and governed
journals of the East and California. Meantime J bj wrjtten rules, they assumed a rigidity never
the question has been brought up for discussion j intended before. The English rules of law were
as to whether, if allowed by law, the manufacture j a(apted to an entirely different state of things
of rum by the plantations would prove remunera- thaQ ex;6ted in India, and the result of borrowing
tive. It is perhaps a significant fact that the J them to fill up gaps in the customary law was not
planters themselves have not, so far, expressed a I a ell amagamated system. Under the early
desire to embark in the business. ' conective holding of land in common, it is doubt-
At a meeting of the Chamber of Commerce, j ful how far there wa8 any testamentary power of
August 19, it was resolved to memorialize the I tlev;6ins ands. English technical rules of con
Government in favor of fixing the rates of gold j 6truing wni8 i)ave aimed to destroy an undue
coins, other than American, as follows:
Enslinh and Australian Sovereigns...... $ 4 75
i " 54
Doubloons (Mexican, Central American
and Houtli American)...... 1.100
Half " " 7 50
(Quarter " " i. ............ 3 "j
Eighth 1 S"
French 20 fr. piece a 7J
io " 1 hi
Russian 5 rouble -176
This measure, whereby it is proposed to raise
certain coins to a fictitious valuation for the sake
of present convenience, without regard to its
eventual effect on exchange, is not, as has been
represented, in universal favor by business men.
The power is vested by statute in the King in
Privy Council to fix the rate at which such coins
shall be receivable, and it remains to be seen how
that body will decide.
An arrival from Auckland last week, bringing
nr. nrto.1 mfm f.,v tin i.rkr-t nnd an order for
a return cargo of 6ugar, coupled with the intelli- i
gence that several cargoes already sent to the
Colonies are likely to figure good returns, will
have tlie effect to direct the attention of shippers :
to that market in preference to San Francisco, j
Where our produce keeps at low figures With small
prospect in the future.
The summer has been very dry throughout the '
islands, and crops have suffered in some localities, ;
but the effect of the copious rains of the early .
part of the year and during the spring continues I
to be felt. ' j
The crater of Kilauea, and that of Mokuaweo- j
weo on the summit of Manna Loa, are both con-
tinually active, throwing out streams of liquid
lava, and furnishing grand objects of interest to !
On the 28th inst., His Excellency, II. A. Pierce, ;
U. S. Minister Resident, gave a ball at his resi-
dence in Nuuanu valley, which was largely at- j
tended by government officials and others of the !
residents, and by the commanders of the U. S. S. ;
Portsmouth and the Russian corvette AskoIJ, and
the officers attached to those ships. The affair
was a very brilliant one.
The Portsmouth, which has been in port since '
the Cth ult., will sail shortly on surveying duty !
to the South and Southwest.
The following comprehends the movements of
... , f , . , ,
shipping at this port during the past month :
Arrived Aug. H, Russian corvette Askoid,
from Valparaiso, bound for the A moor; 14, Amer
ican schooner C. M. Ward, from fiuano Islands;
18, American bark I). C. Murray, 16 days from
San Francisco, 20, American ship Premier, 35
days from Valparaiso; 30, Hawaiian bark R. C.
Wylie, 11-Sdavs from Rremen ; 31, British brig
Magellan Cloud, 33 days from Auckland, N. Z.;
Sept. 1, P. M. S. Costa Rica, y days from San
Francisco. Sailed Aug. 7, Hawaiian bark Lu
nalilo, Navigator's Islands; i!3, Premier, How
land's Island; 25, C. M. Ward, (iuano Islands;
27, I). C. Murray, San Francisco. In port U.
S. S. Portsmouth, Russian corvette Askoid, Amer
ican ship Coringa, awaiting orders, IJritish brig
Magellan Cloud, Hawaiian bark R. C. Wylie.
A Test of Pure Water.
There is reason to think that the water in our
pipes is impure. A late English technical journal
points out an easy way of testing whether water is
good and lit for general use. Let some of our read
ers try it. As follows :
Good water should be free from color, unpleas
ant odor, and taste, and should quiekly afford a
lather with a small portion of soap. If half a pint
of the water be placed in a perfectly clean, colorless,
glas-stoppered bottle, a few grains of the best white
lump sugar aJJeJ, and the bottle freely exposed to
the daylight in the window of a warm room, the
liquid should not become turbid, even after exposure
for a week or ten days. If the water becomes tur
biJ, it is opu to the grave suspicion of sewage con
tamination ; Lut if it remain clear, it is almost cer
tainly safe. We owe to lfeisch this simple, valuable,
but hitherto strangely neglected test."
Village CoMMtxi7ir in the Kw ami U'l-t,
Hnry Sumwr Mitn-. J
It is i)ine years since Mr. Maine's valuable J
work on Ancient I-w wa published. That book
is often referred to as showing that there is no
nec-ssity of relaxed mental effort in a tr'j ica.1
climate, since it was written while the author
wm a Law Member of the Supreme Government
of India. Sir William Jones elegant Trcatis
on Bailment, also written in that country, is a
further proof that intellectual vigor may be re-
i tained, under certain conditions, in a climate
which is not usually regarded as favorable for its
It seems that Mr. Maine's earlier production
has brought Lim deserved renown, for his s'Cond
lectures ar? an intellectual treat to any student of
history or political economy, as well as to the
mere lawyer. We give the book a passing notice,
in the hoj that it may receive more attention
than is usually given to a law book.
Mr. Maine seeks to establish no fanciful theory
like that of Bentham or Austin, nor does he try
to interpret Indian customs in the light of tech
nical rules of English law, " as if they naturally
commended themselves to the reason of mankind."
He takes up the subject of the customs of village
r . J
communities in India as well as in England and
. , a0iua auu
; on the continent, with the main object of showing
that Tprietary law concerning land is not the
reeult of fcWi6mf as has been supposed. It is
j wdl known that the influeE is immense which
; exercised on English law and legislative
j the feudal theory that the soil original
I belonged to the Sovereign, and that private prop-
erty in land existed by his sufferance. If the
views here presented had been earlier understood,
it is easy to imagine that English history would
read far differently, and that the condition of the
English poor to-day would be far bettor than it is.
The author treats his subject mainly in the his
torical mode, showing how the primitive patriar
chal law of family existed before the arbitrary
customs of the village. The village customs and
family law were followed by the " customs of the
! manor," but not lost in them. Then came the
amount of private law in regard to land, and
: have gone far in causing the accumulation of
j laroe estates in England. To apply these rules to
! Indian wills must often work injustice. Our
I . J
' author tninKS tne cure can only consist in me en
actment of uniform, simple, codified law, formed
for the most part upon the best European models.
A resident in the Hawaiian Islands cannot fail
1 l. :n..ron,l n.!ll, l,n A'.tTnr.s.n l.ntntnnn l,
111 uc luijucrctu nun Lii i!ixitL ciilu latnnu tut;
jurisprudence of Indiu and of this country, in
regard to early customs. Mr. Maine would find
here an interesting field of enquiry concerning
the effect, on the native race, of grafting in a
partially complete system of foreign written law.
, 7 We learn from Hawaii, that on the .".1st of
; August Mr. Samuel C. Wiltse died at Mana. Hama-
lie was a native of New York, and aged
i bo,,t 58 -ve:US- IIe us Wn a resident of Hawaii
i for ,,,e ,a!,t 1(' years- ailJ wa9 Government Survey-
or and Tax Collector at the time ol his death.
i Several interesting communications are
j unavoidably deferred until next week.
i 1 notice, that having returned to Honolulu, he has resumed
the charge of his own business; anil all powers of attorney
heretofore given have been revokeil.
Honolulu, Sept. 4, 1973. (se6 3t) THKOP. C. nKUCK.
IIHR I'XDERSIGXED HAVING HIR.
I CHASED the stock in trade of the firm of AYONG AND
A LOOK, of Honolulu, hereby Rive notice that they will con
tinue the business under the firm name of LKK L0Y&- Co. All
indebtedness of the late firm will be paid by them from and
after the first of September, 1373, and all debts due from the
late firm from that date will be collected by them.
(se6 lm) LEE LOY ft CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1S73. Nuuanu & Beritania Streets.
G. SECELKEN & CO.,
AVE JUST RECEIVED PER COSTA
RICA, Sept. Al, an Aborted Invoice of
Galvanized Iron Water Pipe
Urihr Be-1 Quality.
And for Sale as Cheap as -the Cheapest.
j VK HAVE Jt sT kkckivko KX
TT "COSTA RICA."
Cases Saloon Pilot Bread,
Qr. Cases Saloon Pilot Bread,
. and o gal. Kegs Mixed Pickles,
KITTS EXTRA NO. 1 MACKEREL.
Kitt Mess No. 1 Mackerel,
Fresh Apples, Maple Sugar,
Colden Pheasant Tea,
CRACKERS OK A I.I. KIN DV
Dried Peaches, Plume, Figs and Dates,
Smoked Herrings, Smoked Salmon,
KingfonTs Silver Glows Starch, j
" PE CII RI.OW
POTATOES .111) USES 0M0S!
Which, together with the stock on hand, j
we otfer cheap, and invite inspection.
JUDD & LAINE.
iS C'W''" A CDCDCZLk
R. C. WYLIE, 115 DAYS FROM BREMEN !
AT ASKS MORTON'S BLaCK I'KI'I'KK.
Ci" of Morton's Caynn- IVj ;r.
UajM of Blair Prl'lr,
CiV u( t'r'ju Trlar, 1 In an I Ui. t4:ir.
Ca4 cr 11ai:t'i Til i-o .h Currr IVw.li-r.
Cir i f M"rtdu' O.ceer,
Can of Morton' 1'iiwiii.i.
v'w i.t Murt.V Asor!4 II. rl-.
Cs Mfl.ii.V UJ. K,ce.
Casi's IVoneli Hiii'cliut?i I
Ca of MortwuN PutrJ Ma!s
Cac Kifnih Frrh I'r, IVtit Hoi,
Mow IVX til . RuiHiuu I
io half auU ((iiarter txr.
sir is Cht-p, Cr i.f I'ri-nch MatarJ J
Caws of French Ol.r il.
Kegs Crushed Sugar, Casks Loaf Sugar !
FOR ?ALE LOW AT
II. E. MrlXTVKK JL UKO'S.
New Goods, New Goods !
STitlR. COSTA 'ItlCA,
From San Francisco.
1ASKS CALIFORNIA CKKAM CIIKKSE,
- t X. KANTKRN II ACOX. STRKA K Y.
Casks Eastern Sugar-Cured Hams,
CAES OF SMOKKU BEEF,
Cases Pacific Cotlflsb,
Cap of California LarJ, 5 an.1 10 lb. tin?.
Cases of Oatmeal, 10 lb. bags
Cases of Cracked Wheat, 10 lb. bags,
Cases of Buckwheat Flour, 10 lb. bag?.
Cases Hominy, large ft small do.
Kegs of Eastern Cranberries !
Cases of Cutting & Co.'s Pickles
Five ami three gallons.
Cases of Dried Pearhes,
Cases of Urieil Pears,
Kegs of Dried Apples,
Cases Frcsli Apples !
BAUS Or BEANS,
BAGS HUMBOLDT POTATOES!
Cases of California Unions,
Cases of California Turnips,
U;i"S Oregon Oats, Bags of California Bran,
Haps of Gmnnit Barley.
for sale at
see 3t II. K. MrlNTl'KK & BRO'S.''.
ED. IFFnUB & CO.
Oiler For Sale
PER R. C. WYLIE,
Just Received fm. Bremen
CONSISTING. IN PART OF:
HEAVY BLl'K IIEMMS. PL.A1N' AND
Brown and Blue Cotton, Brown Drill,
White Cottons and Linens of all grades,
Newest Styles Fancy Prints,
White Ground Prints, Ulaliis, White and Yellow Prints,
Striped Prints, Brown Prints,
Printed Jaconets and Brilliantes,
Fine Embroidered Muslins, Nainsooks,
Victoria Lawns, white and Mark;
fwiss Stripes and Checks,
Bleached and Unbleached Moleskins,
Ileary White Sateens, White Linen Drill and Durk,
Blue, White anil Colored Flannels,
English Tweeds and Broadcloths!
Brown Linen Drill, Black Italian Cloth,
Black and Colored Cobur?, Black and Colored Meriuoes,
Ticking, Bed Sheeting, Damask, Mosquito Netting,
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING !
Fancy Woolen Shirts of all descriptions,
Hickory Shirts, White Cotton and Linen Shirts,
Cotton Blankets, Hor?e Blankets, Pea Jackets,
A VARIETY OF NEW SHAWLS !
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkeichief-',
l"nderhirts. Umbrellas, Towel,
Hair Oil, Pomatum, Soap,
Genuine Lubin's Extract,
RIBBONS, SILK and VELVET.
New Lot of Silk Trimmine.
Babies' Wool Hoods ami Shoe?, Bu!Tor. of all description.
Saddles, Bridles, Ponchos,
Spanish Spurs, Twine, Pocket Knivp-i.
Hardware, pool Cotton, Patent Water Filler'.
Galvanized Iron Tub' and PaiK
FIXE CA I.FSK I S :
flaying Card. Wah Blu, I-ad IVncil.
IxmkinK Olass, Marbles, SlatM.
Gunpowder, in half ami quarter lb. tins.
altptT, Camphor in 1 lb. glas.
TWO SI PF.RIDR Ml'SIC BOXF.S.
TWO M I'KKIDK MKLOIIKIi.VS,
Acc.r.leon? an.! other Musical IntrutnritJ.
WINSf LIQUORS AND BEERS !
CasH Clarrt, Kline Wines, i'ort Wine and Cherry,
Demijohns Brandy and Finest Jamaica Rum,
Demijohns Finest Arrac,
Demijohns high-pro f Alcohol, Iemijr.hn4 Holland Gin,
Demijohns of Vinegar,
p j f GERMAN AND HAVANA CIGARS!
PALE ALE, IN vVAR.13 AND PINT?.
FOR SALE BY
CD. UOFFSCHUEGER fc CO.
A IV K W A I) V K II
A FEW OF THE MANY
A.t sucli Prices as
WILL PAY TO GIVE THEM A CALL !
PAINT OIL-Hubbuck's Best Pale Boiled and Raw;
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC-Hubbuck's Best in Oil;
PURE SPIRITS TURPENTINE, RED LEAD AND OCHRE,
CHROME GREEN. BURNT AND RAW UMBERS,
PARIS GREEN, VERMILLION.
BURNT AND RAW SIENNA. PRUSSIAN BLUE.
Downer's Genuine and Dovoos.
MATCHES. 8 Card. HAIRY SALT. ClilIlKl SI C.AK. I'AKIS PLOWS, with KXTKA HKAVY
I5HMS. KXTKA 1 DINTS, Is r. A MS A.M MANPLI.
Cut Nails, Wrought Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes !
AMOSKEAC, PEARL RIVER AND ENGLISH DENIMS,
SUPERIOR FAXCY PPIXTS, IIXEX 1 HULLS.
FOB THE LAOIES ESPECIALLY !
Cambric and Hamburg Edgings and Insertions. Ileal and Imitation Yalencieue I.acec,
Fine Printod Urilliants for ChilJmi's wear, Ac, Ac, Ac, tc, Ac.
A I.I. I'F.RSIIVS
x) r as
2. yet rendered their bills against me, will please rendt-r
the same before the departure of the -Costa Rica." at the
office of Messrs. F. A. Sohaefer & Co.. where the same will Ih
Honolulu, Spt. 2d, 1873. (It) H. Lr.MONNYKR.
AYELETT & MEEKAPU,
T W I 111-.
IIAVINfi OPKVCI) TIIKIR SHOP OS
Hotel street, oposite the " International Hotel," are prepared
to do all work io their line of business. Charges reasonable.
Just Received per Costa Rica,
A SMALL INVOICE OF
CIIILDKKN'S AM INFANT'S
FINE CUSTOM-MADE BOOTS,
BUSKINS, fXIPl'KRi, MO BILK,
N KWI'ORT AND ANKLK-TIKS.
FOR SALE BY m
"t IRA RICHARDSON.
TO THE RESIDENTS OF HONOLULU.
A L.Ia GOODS TAKEN OUT OF MV STORF.
aTa. on trial, if not returned within twenty-four hours
XK PKK CKNT. PRR MONTH WILL
Vf be added to all bills not paid promptly at the expiration
of each quarter.
Honolulu. Sept. 6, 1S73. se6 3t IRA RICHARDSON.
R. C. WYLIE, 115 DAYS FROM BREMEN,
AND FOR S A I. F. li V
H. HACICFELD & CO.
A FINK ASSORTMENT OF
HEAVY BLUE DKN1MS, WIIITR LONG
Cloth, Brown Cottons. F.lue Cottons, Blue Cotton Drill,
Striped Ticki. g. Hickory Stripes,
Woolen Blankets, Victoria Lawns,
Linen and Cotton Sheeting, Waterproof Tweed",
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Lace Mantillas, Linen, Cotton and Fancy Hannel Shirts
Water-proof Shirts, Hickory Shirts,
Merino ami Cotton Undershirts, Socks and Stocking,
Mosquito Netting, Lasting,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
FINE CLOTHS, BUCKSKINS,
CASSIMKRKS, IIF.DFORD ( OKI),
ITALIAN CLOTH, LINING, &c. &c. &c.
FOR TAILORS' I SE.
3r E TZ, JP XJ TV.I XL Y !
I.ubin's Extracts, Eau de Cologne, Macasfar Oil,
il Philicome, Lavender Water, Fine Pomatums,
FANCY & BLACK JET ORNAMENTS,
EAR RI.NC1S, BROOCHES, &c.
English Saddles, assorted qualities.
Flax Canvas, Assorted Qualities of Burlaps,
Flax Saltwine, French Blacked Calfskins,
Fine Silver Plated Knives, Forks, Soup
and Tea Spoons !
A FCU ASST. OF FIXE tlOTIIIAU !
Silk Umbrellas and Parasols,
Gents' and Ladies' White and Colored Kid Olofes,
WINES, LIQUORS, &C.
Norwegian, German and English Air, in qts. and pts.
Claret, Brandy from Boutelleau it Co., Cognac,
Rhine Wine, Gin in green cases and baskets,
Alcohol in gallon demijohns and In 0 gallon tins.
A LA ROB ASSORTMENT OF
French, English & German
O T O O E X 13 !
Hubbuck's Best Boiled Linseed Oil,
Hubback'a Best White Lead and White Zinc,
Black Paint. Red Ochre, Yellow Ochre,
Wax and Stearine Candles, Ultramarine Blue,
Caustic Soda, Lagos Palm Oil,
C. C. Irons, Galvanized Iron Buckets, Lanterns and Lamps'
Perforated Brass, Galvanized and Steam Pipe, Fine f-cinors
in leather covers, Scissors and Pen and Pocket Knires, Jack
Knirea, Banca Tin, Babbitt's Patent Metal, Rest Charcoal Tin
Plates assorted. Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, Riyts, Muntz Vel
io tr Metal, Composition Nails.
Fine China Breakfast & Tea Sets,
lr -(-! Tumbler. Fine Toilet Sel.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Tarred Russian Cordage, Spunyarn
I.OC; LINES. FLAG Il XES, &..
! Hmp and Flax Packing, Wrapping Paper, Market Baskets,
i An afsortment of
! rv xj izsn jj tic toys :
I. R. Balls, Accordeons and Harmonica".
tJold Borders, Fire Clay and Fire Bricks,
Roofing Slates, Uak Boats for Coasters,
NEW AND OIL SHRUNK SHOOKS !
Petroleum Barrels for Tallow Containers.
HAVANA & GERMAN CIGARS !
Ac, 4c, Ac. Ac. Ac,
H. HACICFELD & CO.
mhl sea t,r
T 1 S K 31 K X T I I I
THINGS TO BE FOUND
HOUSE AND LANDJT KANEOHE. OAHU.
MTIIK I'MIKRSKiNKO OKFKHS
fr Snle, on Kr.iMil.le Terms, a
Tract of 5 and G-lOth Acres I
DWELLING & OUT-HOUSES THEREON,
adjoining the Kanet.he I'lantallon, nine miles from Honolulu.
The lot is frnced. has a pno.1 stream of pure wster runnlni
through It, and lias a Iteautkrul rrove of Muito Trees, In full
bearing, surmundinK the house; liesides beinir planted with co
eoanuts, Rraie vines, palms, lixjuots, tie. Peaches have been
beariiiK Uie paKt three yeais. 1 1 na a kooiI I'isb Pood, and Ihe
water Irom the stream may le Id over any part of the lot.
The dwelling contains a ntlin room, three bed rooms aod
store-room. Them is a large, well built rook house, as well a
other conveniences on the premises.
The place is well known, bavint for aiuie time pat leeu a
favorite stopping place for parties from HoimiIuIu. The sur
rounding scenery Is unsurpaxocd by any on the Island.
IT Till IVe Simple. Etujulre fl
Honolulu, July 17, is;.'!. QyUit) IJI. WILLIAM).
FOlt iyY 1,13!
Desirable Real Estale in Koolau.
C3l TIIK II. I. OR TRAI T OF I.ANII
IJ known as" KKOIM'K A," nine miles from llono- 1
Containing FIFTY-TWO 9-10th ACRES.
is now offered for kale on reasonable terms.
The tract Is well fenced, has a (rood water supply, and it well
adapted for pssturntre, or for the production of 0Uftar, Kamle,
Cotton, the Hemp Banana, etc. It also embraces
Six or Seven Acres of the Best Kalo Land,
well protected from Ihe wind, and therefore well adapted fur rlc
O- Tlllr Ire Sliuplr. For further particulars enquire of
Honolulu. July 17, 1873. JylKlf
FRAZER RIVER RED SALMON !
STRING I ATI II !
IN PRIME OKDEIl.
I'uK PAt.F. JiV
CASTLE & COOKE.
IMo. IO FORT ST.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
HAS JUST RECEIVED
Per Costa Rica & D. C. Murray
FOLLOWING NEW GOODS I
ESPECIALLY SELECTED FOR TflK
STOR E TV o. IO.
VI. A It t; F. ASSOKTM EXT OF SILK
Heavy Gros Grain Black Silk, very choice.
Plain, Striped and Fancy Checked Grenadine?,
Black Ground Krorhe Grenadine Dresses,
Black and Coloured Coburgs French Mcrinoes,
Black Silk Alpacas, China Figured Alpacas,
Striped Muslin, Printed Linen Lawn,
Black. White, Brown, Blue and Green Gossamer,
A nice assortment of New Prints and Printed Brilliants,
White Quilling, Pi'iue, Malting, Maripoa,
White, Slate and Dove Satin Stripes,
White Brilliants, O lured Cambric, -
French Printed Twills and Ginghams,
Water-proof Tweed, Grey, Black, Blue, Green and Gold.
Black Velveteen, Areophane,
Fancy Batiste and Tun wire CoMtumes.
Slate Hollands, Rough Brown Hollands !
Imperial and Sydenham Mantle Hollands,
liorrockf"' Long Cloth, A. B. II. and M. quality.
FANCY SILK RIBBONS,
Ol llll COlui'M,
Crown Silk Vtlvt, of all ci. lorn;
Black Standard Velvt,
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT LADIES' HATS
OF THE NEWEST SHAPE AND PTYLKl).
White, Black and White, Brown Canton and Leghorn Hats,
Shamrock, Thetis, Lynton, I'epita aud Viola Hats,
Gent's and Hoy's Pearl Straw Hats,
Children's Sun Hats, while and colored.
A SMALL ASSORTMENT OF
Children's Frocks, Felisscs,
Infant's Merino Cloaks and White Quilted Silk Hats aod
I :mI !, I'M I'M I ClioU'i)
Josephine French Kid Gloves!
Fancy Bows in great variety, also Ruche Scarfs k Bashes,
Y ak Lace, MalU-se and Valenciennes Lace,
Embroidered Trimmings, New Fancy Triuuningt.
A L.nrje uml ItcHUllful Aaaortnacal !
Artificial Flowers, Proops, Sprays, Buds. Fruits and
Gold Bead NccklHs, Gold ami Silver plated Clasp and an
assortment of Ornament.
Embroidered Set Sleeves and Collars,
Brooks', Taylor, Orrs tr McNaught's and Coat's Reel
Chio'-se Mending and Embroidery Cotton,
Black, W hite and Colored Sewing Silks, Twints.
Black, Wl.it- and Colored LiMe Thread Gloves,
White axd Colored Linle Thread Gauntlets,
Silk Hose ami Half Hose, Silk Undershirts,
Fancy and Brown Cotton Half How,
Oxford and Cambridge Cashmere Hose,
lilies' White Usle Thread Hose,
Brown Balbrlggln Embroidered Hose,
Ladies' and Girl's W hite Cotton Hose and Lace Bocks,
Antmacasfiars, Lace Curtains.
HEMMED STITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS!
White Silk Handkerchiefs, Ladies' Embroidered Hdkfs.,
Ladies' & Children's Water-proof Mantlet !
Ladies' Black Cloth Jackets and Circular Mantles, "
Black Spanish Lut Pallumnies,
White Bernouse Cloaks, White Llama Cloaks,
Queensland Wool Shawls, Reversible Ottoman Shawls,
Roman Strijied Tunic Shawls, Llama Lace Shawls.
V.lack Silk Hair Nets, Black and Brown Invisible Nets,
NVw Chignou, Needles aud Fancy Needle Cases.
PUGGARIES of Various Colors and Styles
Gent's Ties and Scarfs iu great variety.
Gent's Collars and Cuffs, Cricketing Elastic Belts,
Cricketing Caps, Light Fancy Tweeds, Scotch Tweeds,
Men's and Boy's White, Regatta and Crimean Shirts.
Black, Brown & Shot Clace Silk Umbrellas
White and Buff Gordon Cotton Umbrellas.
8, , lo 4 Linen Table Damask, Table Napkins.
Water Colors and Drawing1 Materials I