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FRIDAY. Ol TOV.F.R li".
TilS (-reign arrivals ;n-e eur I ml ri'r ii.ito ln L'th,
U. 8. It-Mf-shp fiarnK, Irocj Kin Frac"is"o ; l.'iil:!i !.
.alsai firming, (wVat Inad'J) from ? n Ffirwisro in li
tres repairing ; 21 t, lark . r. .Vitrij, U'-tu e-m I'rr:
risro ; and I'M. l-ark .. jr. .ir, fr-ni rj:i Frinr.v ,
bringing the mi.:..
The departures htve lern 1 nil. .'-; .'.Kuy v..Hi
('art Lomtt) f-r F rti.irul, ., w.th d.riH-,t.- X'A.-.rt iu- l
a $J3,:. L4 ; -rWo r .Virjr fo'trr, : Iik-t. .N. rv W..
slerda. with r.u;i .f suj.ir a.-! i ul .i ; ar.d t.rijr l'n. .
Atltn, tr Tahiti t.-daT. Th Ro'-'rt '"mitoss ar..l llnmntirf
ar both up t'T fdaejr.
ItaraJfimlrnoiSaii FranciM-o ,u vi.t l !. .nars are ,i
verjr unmattlir tr,ry nature. Acroiint aln have l-en f
eised by Utemails nett.r.f ab.rpeM 4. . I'M' (r I'iu-I
lur rhYe, .TT5 t- J il J-T lO) -.ur..ii I .r f.r i N.j. I.
ajl La t l.nle j.ro;-t t.r ri i!irj-. TU- i r hjw
thai onx m;.in ar fully cr rn n-r ifian lii-y wr nt
ISd, ythm M th l jrr. T!.. aiai ijjil.iy f aivi f.avc
DeitrO ty Lat rTrt ff itn Pylry tf r.i 1 ! 1; r.t f r
muitei nvjr and in Ljf .
Oar a4riV how thai l r ll.t tr t r.,:- t.i.i.ti.1 of 1-.72 llir
impnrtatiui of Raw ?urir at Han rnt ir auKuni'-.l to
07,000,000 pin. arul ..r i i;k fr'i t!i- j.r'iit vnr,
Joml ri"fSiiiCg xra.1'- in La ha t;n--l in S-.n i r in.
lady a iuim-1i a rhoU- in k.-f.
Tb Dir has ba.1 ih -ffcl to up itt.piiftt to t ni:-
taro. Th . C Murray Irare lA-mTrf,w fr.r lltat K'"
without a fxMind of ugar ; th lk; h.-u not liapitml U f r
with oo- cf otir park't in ten jreafj. .N on" wyuIJ lie j jti
Col in iLi(vinj unT pritl ali wh;i- w- K.tt
ia rt Lin ffiM fur Aatra!..i.
His Fnc, OcKU r 7th.
Mteaa An lacre.f Cm l.ngi Hawaiian per V. C. jlur
ojr, acU l th. Bay Beficry at C'.r. The wral markft
both for rawa aci ri-flueJ exceedingly quiet. We qiwte
Hawaiian jrocery grajra al S420Jc arcorJin to quality.
'ilSiam A. Elanrharra 8a;ar f 'irrular fc.r th thirl aartr
HT3, ha the fallowing :
Hawaiian Surjttrn. The atork on han.1 at the rc.mnwtv
Bot of the qaarter iraa antuunlly targe, but notwithstanding
cooaidernhie receipu, the tcrk at the cke i nb-riaily re
darJ. n rone4uence of the low prure of Refined fugar.
there w eTiJently Iraa economy prartired by ronsuinrra, and
cbou Hawaiian bare to b at a ciaTalile com'ion
a poo the price cf Vellow C Inruig tlie uarter t rc-Cning
grades in lag hare netted nearly an much an rliuir mi;ira
Rjrc Hawaiian table ia quoteil at Cdi'e.
Corrcc The market U fair, but not active, riouth Amer
ican ia hell at 2i:. At auction, for account of whom it may
concern, li.3 ba Kon.i, e Cota Him, oM " a invoice
weight, at ti,c. ,
Pctw The importatium jr Cott fcica were all more or
ea damaged ty aalt water. VI lav aold a i, frxn private
handa, at 7r. At auction, "1 Utr b.vlly il.tmagol, -lie; CA1
do, 71 ; 2U do, Tie.
The E.utern financial crisis came and pawsl without leav
ing a tipple upon the calm iurlace of Calilomian finances.
fJur banka and bankers were nerer on a firmer footing than
now i were never more able to breast any storm likely to
ari"", white oar mercantile, manufacturing, and agricultural
clashes are in easy, independent circumstances. Many bouses
settled their " collection day " obligatijns on Satunlay instead
of Monday, in order to forestall any difficulty that might oc
cur In Eastern financial circles. This fwt furnishes conclu
sive proof of their souixlnesa and ability t mM ail contin
gencies. At.OXli THE WIIARfF.S.
chr Juanita, al Brewer's wharf, sails for Wai.ilua to
morrow. Hchr Prince, at Robinson's wharf, sails U-t Kona and Kau
fOttT Cr Z20S70Z.UZ.U. II. I
1H Kchr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, from Ilanalei, Kauai.
! li flag-ship Saranac, Rear Admiral A 51 1'ennork,
12 dys from Pan Francisco.
1 Url aiiip Annie Fleming. Plerrepoint, CS .lays from
don Francisco, in distress.
lO Hear Paoahl, Hopa,frotn Hilo, Hawaii.
2v Krdr Laka, Kaai. from Moioaa. Kauai.
21 Hchr Dauntless, Berrill, from Kahului, Jlaui.
21 Hchr Ka Mol, West, from Kahului, Maui.
21 Hchr Kinau, Ahuihala, from Koolan.
21 Am kk I) C Murray, A Fuller, i das from Wan
22 Am bk J W Heaver, J Reaney, days from fan
23 Hchr Prince. Donne, from Kotia anil Kau, Hawaii.
24 Hchr Joanna, Fountain, from Waialua.
tWtmr Kilauea, Taylor, from Hawaii and Maui.-
25 Hchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Lahaina. Maui.
19 Haw bk Mattie Uacleay, Forbes, for Porttind, it.
2 8tmr Kilauea, Taylor, for Maui and Hawaii.
21 Hchr I ilama, Whitfurd, for Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
21 fchr Fairy Uueen, Kaaina, f.r ilanalei, Kauai.
21 Hchr Active, Puaahiwa. for Kohala, Hawaii.
21 Hchr Mary tllen, Jim, for Hilo, Hawaii.
21 Hchr Nettie Merrill. Crane, for Lahaina, Maui.
21 Hchr Keonl Ana, J Dodoit, for Kahnolawe.
Sihr Ka Mol. West, for Kahulai, Maui.
21 Hchr l.uka, Kaai, for Moioaa, Kauai.
2:1 Hchr Kinau, Ahuihala, for Maliko, Maui.
l Haw schr Mary Faster, J C Cluney, lor Hyrfney.
Hchr Pauahi, Hotu, for Ililo, Hawaii.
24 Uaw brig W m II Allen, N Schneider, for Tahiti.
Fob Has FaaMCtMco Bark U C Murray, sails this day.
Foa C 1 art it or Kauai St mr Kilauea, sails Wednesday.
Fob Svdsit Hcbr Dauntless, sails about Wednesday.
VESSELS IX POUT.
I' 8 flag-h:p Haranar, Rear Admiral A M IVunock.
Haw wb schr Giovanni Apiani, Dority, rej-airiiis
Am ship Coring a, Ropes, repairing
Haw schr Sou La Sea, Davis.
Brit brig Robert Cowan, Revely.
Brit ship Annie Fleming, Pierrcpoint, rririu:.
Am bk D C Murray, A Fuller, loading.
Am bk J W Heaver, J Reaney, discharging.
sirviT r l. a. aoiii.li.rrn nm 1 r.
Sailed from San Francisco Oct 7th ; experienced light westy
erly winds with heavy swell from the same direction nntil th
llta in lot 329 Z-T IS, long 134 9 W' v , when took Sri wimp,
moderate at first with frequent iqualU and rain, falling baro
meters and threatening weather, freshening on the 16th to a
moderate E gale. Oc 1 17th and lSlh sreather pleasant, wind
hauling to the W and NV, with considerable cross swell from
the 8 and N W for a (- hoars. Arrived in Honolulu at noon
oa Sunday, Oct 19tt.
RsrOBT or Babk D. C. Mibbav, A. Fvlleb, Mastcb.
Left San Francisco at 7 a tt Sunday, Sept CMh ; first three
days oat made 1Z2 miles, light baffling airs and calms. Got
the wind from N W on the 4ih day and continued till lh day ;
then five days light baffling airs and calnis to tat 25 3 24' N,
long 13 3 W, where we rot the trades moderate fnm K.K,
whtch continued till tat 21 0 4V N, lmg 147 0 64' W ; then a
succession of SE to HV wind with occasional calms. Sighted
Hawaii and Maui tX'l 16th. At 9 a M Oct 20th exchanged pa
pers with Hawaiian bark Mattie Macleay on" Coco Head,
bearing rW by W, distance 25 mik-s. Arrived in llnnolulu
aiternoon of Tuesday, Oct 21st.
Rcrorr or Babk J. W. Leaver, J. Reaney, Masteb.
Left San Francisco at 4 r M Saturday, Sept 27th ; first four
days out had light variablo winds and calms. M ule eighty
niiies following three days, moderate breezes from N to NW ;
next five days light airs and calms, wind N E to HE, then eight
days moderate ami light breezes NE to E and HE ; remainder
of passage light variable airs and calms, wind rmwtly from MV.
ty The British ship Annie Fleming, foodi-d with wheat. Co
days from Han I'rancfcco, bound for Cork, arrived on Sunday
afternoon. In lat 16s 30 N, long 122 Z " V she experienc
ed a heavy gale, which carried away her fore, main and miz
sen topmasts, etc. She came into port on Monday, and is now
receiving new spars al E names' shipyard.
XT Letters have been received from the Hawaiian whaling
schooner Kamaile, Capt reterson, reporting her with 215 bbts
oiL Would go into Panama to ship oil an. I expert m le here
about the middle ol November.
y-WHAtCBs Lost v UtDsox's Bav. By the arrival cf tLe
' schooner Abbie Bra.lf..rJ at New Bedford Scj t ':h, news was
y received of the loss of the barks Aiwl Cibbs and lrray Taft,
of that port, in Hudson's Bay in the fall of last year. Tour
leea of the crews died from exposure, and the survivors wt re
brought home in the schooner. We copy frrm the 7.nf7 t-rf
Bark Or ray Taft. Capt Parker, on 14l!i Sept, lsTJ. in a
southeast gaie, parted her chains arul went ahrre higli and
dry oa Marvel Island, lat 61 0 2 N. fonff tl 0 tW W . abvnit
Id miles from the main land. Ad of ner crew escajd to the
snore in safety. She had taken no whales.
KnrK Ansel Cibos, Capt Mcpherson, ou 19th K t. liTi in a
sootaeajst gale, aLso parted chains and went ashore near the
Orray Taft, but the veswel went to pieces almost immediately,
tk crew escaping, but with only what they stood in. She ha,i
no Nmrd 550 barrels) whale oil and lO.UuO pounds whak bune.
E.gaty barreLs of od was afterwards picked up and stored 011
the island, and ZJjQ pounds of bone were saved anI stiipptil
borne In schooner Abbie Bradford.
Tne Orray Tail having been driven up on the beach in a
gsnd and sai position, the omcers and crews of bota vesm ls
Uvel ia her during the winter, bat from lack of proper food,
from idleness and etpniure, the scarry broke oat among them,
and ten of Ue crew of the Ansel fiihbs an.l four of the Orray
Ttlt died before taey were rescue-1 by the Abbie Bradford 011
the 2d of Angus! (last ir.onth). Tlie winter was exceiively
eold for even that inaospitable climate, many of the native
dying from its eflVets. Home of the provisions cf the An I
f.ibb were srasbed asbore. includ ng rannel fresh meats.
Schr Crania, Capt Kohler, at San Francisco 11th Sept. re
parts when at Point Barrow 42 days ago, several ol the wh.il-
.ers Lad gone to tar eastward. v nen me l. amveu juiy .in,
20 ships lay at anchor, but they got uuJ-t way at norin. anl
worked to the eastward.
A Intler from Wright A. Boune, daied Han Francisco 11th,
says tae above schooner l-"ft the Arctic July 2Hh. and retort
.in addition to the above that bark Arrn.l.la, BaaUlry, of New
Bedfotdvaad been stove by the ice. and was lezl.ng C.000
FbjOW 8a.m Fbascisco Per V. C. Miirrny, Oct. 22.1 : S
,p4gs Udse, 20 pks Straw Boanis to T G Thrum ; 36 Doors.
.21 pkgs Mdse to Lewers Ic Dickson ; 3 pkgs Saddlery to V. G
Adder ley ; A pkgs SaddlT to P Dallon ; 1 csk and 3 bbls
-Glass la A 8 Cleg horn ; &0 bafs Potatoes, 20 bxs Apples, 400
ax and 60 if sks Flour, 150 bbls Lime, 50 sks Oats, 2u bf bbls
airaoo, cm Mdse to Bolies Sc. Co ; i'i qr sks Flour, C5 pks
Groceries to Judd Laine ; 60 bxs Apples, 45 do Can Fruit,
JQ0 ban PoUtoes. 63 pkgs Groceries, 3J0 s.r sks Flour, loo cs
Coal Od, 8 rs Furniture to E P Adams ; i pifis Mbs to Geo
.McLean ; 34 pkgs Dry Goods, 1 do Samples to EJ Hschlae
ger Co ; 9 cs Cottons, J ? pk?s :rocerie. qr l"rii
it F A HHn.fr A to; r7 c I'r's.l. 4 d" f;rorers. 4 J)
jr and U! 1 li:r. 1 j2 tus. I'.ran to llerry .My ; i- ) kr
M lv to 1'!. :; , A t' ; l .-O !.!.: I.ime, It mks ll'-ada. 10O qr
k f'! 'ir. v'. h I'' lat.-. 1'J ck lira. to W si.'r A Alk-ti;
2 t I:-ml. Inr. 1 t-v M,J-. L) M.ls l:y f. 2-.U qr ks
1 ! ir. I firkn.. tiuttT. '.'i t Pr4at's l A J -twr:s;ht ;
JJi) ;t .11 J i hi ! I !'n:r. 7 cks i:r-"id. J do Provisions, l.S
I kr Liv'tm. 51 . l" tat"-s, -J) ct ines). 15 i.s ats, :;7
.1 i:ran. 1 1 kes .V1-" t. A W Pirce : 2ui qr sks Fk-ur. 225
I c i.rnc.-ris to Mrlrityr" A l!rrs ; 23 pkr Mdse t Thco II
Um-si f 2 rs Mds to Hyman Xim ; 1 Canhmere Goats to
T I'.ntti rfi- i.1 -, 2.4-S tr.iis tu, TA k-j Hai':ns to If
H.irkf'kl A Co -. "! ' j kj f:r'-eri t T M'saraan Ac N.n ; 17
I k. Pump to 1 F':r A- Co -. 77 L!es Hay. l'.J cs t'fl OJ,
hn;s liran, loi do Orvt. H ki Nai:s t C Bp-srer A Co ;
i t 1 k?s M'lse t , J p:i;:!. ri; t-kss M Ivr n Ve!l, Fargo A
; i ri Printrd C'.tbi to Om-r.
I bom S v Fbaxc two Per J. W. ?eivr, Oct. 23d : 19 cs
f anreM i;"ls. 5 b C:gir, 75 bvs Br-a.l to BlVs A. Co ; 2
s M.le. Z t l.aiiaTl War to Afor-g it Achuck ; 5
ftov-s. Z LtoJI. Ifr.Ilowware. 1 rf Mise to H-;lken A Co ;
1 " M.l to M Hrliemv ; 5 cs lni to E Hoffmann ; 2 cs
Driirs. l'M krs MJe. 15 cs t vu i.. 3 bs Mdicioe, . cs
t.iLw, It c r-tarrh, '.ijj L poLitoes. 75 bxs Apples to tir-l-r
; t,; rs Canned cs Ettracts, 2 bales Hops, 15 cs
I orn Starch, 25 rs hurrh, 20 Lis At plea, 2i qr sks Flour to
II Mav ; 6 kgs M-Jr 1 1 Chalan A. to ; 4J qr sks Flour, l'A
htls Lirn, 5-J Lais Hay. 1 pkg M-dicine to H Hackfeld K Co;
4 cs Hardware t- li.li.r.jham A Co ; 1 Iron Shaft, 1 rie A
.rtl BroMcs, 1 do Plows, 1 brull Wnol, 1 l,x Cartridres, 4 cs
nr. 1 1 pkg Hardware, 1 cse Mal, 1 do Cracked Wheat, b sks
WLeat, 1 MocumeM. 2 pkr Marble to Castle At Co.ke ; 9 cs
Cotton Mil'.nery, 1 do Cotton Lines, 10 sks Oat. 6cs ami 1
csk HarJaar", p cs Hnm, 1 cse Broocis. 1 pkg Springs, 2 rolis
l-athr, 1 Pipe, 5 cs Turpentine. 21 Lb Is Piasters, 4 cs Pow-l-r
to I. O lis!! ; S-n ; :j cs Cotton, 2 cs Feeding Br-ttles. 04
cs and 4 bales Cottou Millinery, 2 cs Fire Arms, 2 cs Cutlery ,
'J cs CoOurrs, 1 re i!k. 1 cse CkUiiiig, 12J qr sks Flour, lUU
c (.'oil .!. 20 ks I'utilo-s, 5 cs Onions, 2 cs Lamps, 1 bt
lilass. 1 cv Moulds, 10 bs Apples, 100 bbls Lime to J T U a-l-rrliouse
; Si cs, 10 pki and 2 parcels Mdse, 11 cs Boa, 1
io Clothing. 2 csks Claret to M H tiritibauin A- Co; ft cs
Drugs to K McKihbin ; 2 cs Yeast Cakes, 1 do Olives, 1 do
Preserved Truits, 20 bxs Starch, 1 bx Prunes, 6 bxs Desiccat
ed Fruits, 1 re Bacon. 1 bx Carrie Paste, 10 do Apples, f7 sks
Oat, 100 do Bran, M do Barley. 15 do Potatoes, 1j do Wheat.
C do Onions to J add A: Lame ; 2 cs MJv, 1 ream Papr to J
II Black ; ISO bxs Apples to Walker A. Allen ; 2 cs Books to
T ; Thrum ; 10 fcf bbls and W cs Whiskey, 10 cs Ciders, 12
cs Champagne to Chas l-ong ; 4 bbls and 0 lif bbls Whiskey
to (i Kho-I-s -, 2 hf this and 2 cs WtUskey to Brown &. Co.
Fob Pobtlasd, O. Per Mattie Macleay, Oct. ISth :
Molasses, bbls 229 Rice, bags 1S5
kegs :;i Sugar, kegs.. 2.4'C
I'ulu, bslt-s 70 Halt, tons CO
Value Domestic ..$23,744 iA.
Fob Hvti.xET Per Mary Foster, Oct. 22d .
Locks, cse............. 1 Salmon, bbls CO
.Manila Hope, cod 1- bf bblj 44
Nails, keg, 02 Susar, kegs ?SA)
Pnlu, bules loo: bags 1,9C3
nice, nags............. fcu t"rades,doi. ...........
Value Domestic. 10.9S4 74 ; Foreign... .$1,671 8S
Fob Tahiti Per Wm. II. Allen, Oct. 24th :
Alcoht.l, deuiijohns. . .
ft Clin, basket
Coal Oil, cse..........
Castor Oil, bx
Camphor Trunks, nests
Cotton Deck, bolt
Furniture, pkgs..... .. .
f in, cs . ...............
V al ue Domes tic...
4 Hay, tons..
10 Irons, cs...
1 Liquors, cue
1 Md.te, cs.. ............
1 Mo'asses, bbls..
73 Prints, cse
7,179 Pork, bbU
1 Salt, tons
4 Hugar, keg
...fl,SC9; Foreign. ..fl59o 13.
Fob Wimdwabd Pobts Per Kilauea, Oct. 20th Oov Jno
O Dominis, Rev S E Bishop, Rev D Baldwin. J E Cham
berlain. P N Makee. T J Hayselden, wife and child. Chas NT
Spencer, O Spencer, Ceo Hall, C II Rose, it W Meyer, Albert
I; Smith, I. Richards. D Lyons, O Meyer, J Clements, Mrs
Jackson, mos MeeK, Mr Atai,and about 0j deck.
Fro Eai Fbascisco Per D. C. Murray, Oct. 21st Miss
Kohtiisoo, W II Bhipman, W U .eedham, U Delemar. Mrs J
II Hare and child, Byron Adonis, J 8 Christie, Jr. Wm Cal
der. Miss E Brown, W Wilcox, Mrs A I. Curney and child,
John Lanr. Mrs Taylor. Miss Hattie Paul. Capt N orris. Mrs B
Borres, li P Adams ami wife, Henry May, Miss May, Miss
Oaskell, II S Brewjter, T Butlerfleld, John Webster, James
O'Neil, Peter Helms, P M Green, Geo Martin, Master Charles
Carter, t.eo Kobertson, J lc Arthur, Henry Roberts, John
Armstrong, Robl Mooney, Israel Fisher, lo Cola, Ah Chow,
Lap x.now, rwui 1 ai, An i.ee, au 110.
lot Tahiti Per V. II. All n. Oct. 24th V Blair, M C
cnaiiamt t, a Lazarus, j izarua, wile and 4 children.
Fob Has Fbaxcisco Per D. C. Murray, Oct, 25th E
Bailey, Mrs L C Owen, Mrs Terrill, Geo Irwin, MU Lizzie
Davis, capt LamirfTi and wire, wm Koeny, Mr Billot, Wm
Duncan and laiiiUy, Airs nloddard and child.
Fbom Wiudwhd Ports Per Kilauea, Oct. 25th Her Ex
R Keelikolani, Gov J O Dominis, S Macauley, B Meyer. R V
Husbands. W I' A kau, wife and child, Simon Kaai and wife,
and Do deck.
Adams Fisiieb At the New Jerusalem Church, Yar
mouth Port, Mass., September mil, by Rev. W. II. Mayhew.
Eow'ABn P. Adams, of this city, to Elle.v G., daughter of
the late W illtain . tisher. T T no cards.
Habbiso Nsrr.t.A In this city, October 23d, by the
Kev. 11. II. Parker, Mr. 1 ilos. II. IIabhiro.v to Miss Hooril
Napela, all of this city.
Tiiompso.x At the residence of S. A. Havens, Webster
City, Iowa, September 2d, Jno. II. Thompson, aged 41 years
anil 4 months.
I'lavie In this city, October 19th, Mr. At cisTC Clavie,
a native of Toulouse, trance, aged 4-1 years.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25
- The Iloxoi-Ui.r atkk orks from first to
last, Ime jirovcJ an rxccllent invcHtment and a
source of large revenue to the Hawaiian Govern
ment. In former years, the remark has not in
frequently been made by country members of the
Legislature that Honolulu got more than her
share of the public revenue laid out on internal
improvements ; but somehow the Honolulu dele
gation never seemed to have remembered that
they could retort to the effect that the Water
sx r-v w . . nr ' .
v orK8 aionc were paying into me treasury sonjes
ji-VAiu per annum on an average, over expenses
U'he first reservoir was built about the year 1850
but it was not until 185C, or perhaps a year
later, that pipes were laid ol sufficient size to
accommodate the inhabitants. (Previous to that
time our dependence waa on wells for water for
domestic purposes, and that procured from the
wells in some localities was excellent, and noted
its softness.) It is safe to say that for over
fifteen years then, the Government has been in
the receipt of more tliaD ten thousand dollars per
annum from the Water Works of this city
Allowing their first cost to have amounted to fifty
thousand dollars, the Treasury has been the
gainer by the eum of over one hundred thousand
dollars, through the sale of water rates in this
city. We make no account of the receipts from
water sold to chipping since the year 1350, as we
have no data on the subject, it must have
amounted to a pretty large sum however. In
view of these fact it will appear that the Gov
ernment lias been in the enjoyment of a very
pretty monopoly in the Water Works. The high
rates charged from the beginning have been
maintained all along through the 3'ears, without
any regard to the fact that the works had been
long ago doubly paid for, and that the cost of
managing and keeping them in repair has never
exceeded if it reached one quarter of the receipts.
Latterly, the pipes have been extended to new
localities, calling for a larger supply of water,
for which the reservoir is inadequate, but although
consumers are cut short of the usual quantity of
the necessary fluid, there is no reduction in the
rates demanded. Had these Water Works been
in the j-ossession of a private company, and
managed as they have been by the Government,
what an outcry we should have hoard long ago
about an injurious monopoly, outrageously taxing
us for one of the necessities of life! l!ut this is
just whit our Government 1- bivn doing f r
nearly twenty years past.
And in view also of the large revenue already
absorbed by the Government from this source,
and of the sure inejiie to bo expected in the
future, it is but the jutt aud fair due of this city
tliat it s!).uld be amply protected against fire, by
the tj?e.ly construction of a new and sufficiently
large reservoir, located at an altitude that will
ensure i. -overfill head of water. Not by any
good management or canTtilnes; of ours, but only
Providentially, we have escaped without a single
fire deserting the name, for thete many years,
while every succeeding year as the city become
more closely built up with wooden structured
our liability to a sweeping contligration becomes
more apparent and alarming. And what is our
ctate of preparedness for meeting this very pGisi
ble contingency this impending emergency?
Given a !;rjsk trade wind and a lire commencing
on Ilerctiiiii street near 2Suuanu. our 2-30 ,fMK)
gallon reservoir (supposing it to be full, which it
seldom h) Would 'e drained to its last drop in a
short time, and then tlic tire Ceui would march
without let or hindrance from one wiJ of the
t.i the .ther. while mir tur-iien woiiM ie
eral Terms to Iftst clan Purehaatrs.
compelled to l.ok i l!y en at t!:c destruction they
would 1 powcrlos t prevent.
Our remarkable exemption from disaster in the
tast may in t!.e end prove to Lave been a mis-
fortune, inasmuch as it has bred a feeling of
falsj stturity, furu which we may be rather
rudely awakened some day to find how almost
absolutely helpl-s and unprot'-eted we are from
Lrc. The agents of the different Iaurancc Com
panies doing business lre arc very proj-erly so
licitous on this subject. It is well known that
as high as Eve per cent, is not infrequently paid
for insuring dwelling houses and work-shops, and
that in ro:ue localities in the city the companies
absolutely refu-e to take risks against fire at any
premium ; and thus the projrty-holder is left
without any protection whatever against a ruin
hat may overtake him at any moment.
Yesterday the agents of Insurance Companies
in this city held an adjourned meeting at which
was adopted a memorial addressed to the Ministry,
setting forth in suitable t-.-nus the necessities and
dang'-rs of the eituation, which unquestionably
demand the early adoption ..f measures f.r in
creasing the water supply.
Capt. Duddington and the crew of the Arctic Ex
ploring steamer Polar is bad arrived -at New York,
via Liverpool. The Polaris was abandoned in the
ice, and after a perilous boat expedition, the crew
were rescued by a Jscotcb. whaler.
Oct. 3d, at Fort Klamath, Northern California,
the Modoc murderers, Dlack Jim, Doston Charley,
Sconchin and Capt. Jack, were hung in the presence
of the remnant of their tribe and the Klamath
Indians. The savages maintained their stolidity to
Affairs appear to be coming to a crisis in France,
and it is declared by private advices from Paris that
monarchy will certainly be proclaimed on (he propo
sal of it by a majority of the AssembW, to meet Oct.
The war continues in Spain between the Govern
ment and Don Carlos, with varying success. A
great battle was expected daily. "N
The much talked of Balloon voyage of the
" Graphic," begun on the Cth of October, from
Brooklyn. Donaldson, Ford and Lent are the voy
agers. At ll. TO a. m. it passed Bridgeport, Conn.,
going rapidly oceanward. They expect to cross the
ocean and arrive in Europe in 'M hours.
Oct. C, the Monarchists in Paris were so sanguine
that they had picked out a Cabinet for Henry V. f
We compile the most important telegrams re
ceived by late arrivals, up to September 7th.
London. Sept. 19. The Tichborne claimant lias
published an appeal In which he states that the
prohibition by the court of lurtlier appeals from
him. or the solicitation of aid rf the public has cut
off his supply of funds.
London. Sept. 21). A dispatch from Calcutta
announces the loss at sea of the nsjmlus. laden
with coolies. One hundred and eighty coolies
London. Sept. 22. Chief Justice Cockburn has
!!ned the editor of the Cheltenham f'Iiroui-l S7o0
for publishing a criticism of his conduct on the
trial of the Tichborne claimant, and threatens him
with imprisonment if the offense is repeated.
The Spanish steamer JfurUlo. which ran down;
the emigrant ship Sorthflw, having arrived at
Dover, has been detained then; by orders from the
London. Sept. 13 The steamer Arctic brought
to Dundee ten members of the Polaris expedition.
All are in excellent health. Three others were
transferred by the JlavenscraUj to the whaler
Jiitrejtld. which is expected to arrive in Dundee iu
two or three weeks. After the separation from
Tyson and his companions, the J'ularis was finally
abandoned in a sinking condition by Captain
Buddington and the remainder of the expedition.
The party lived in Long Boat Cove, where they
built timber houses which they covered with sails.
Winter passed without any notable event except
the breaking out of the scurvy, which, however,
was unattended by severe symptoms. Plentiful
supplies of walrus liver for food were obtained
from the natives, and to this diet is attributed the
mildness of the disease.
Nkw Yokk. Oct. 1. The steamer 1'olon arrived
from Aspinwall to-day, with dates to September 22.
Political affairs iu Panama are still disturbed
and in an uncertain condition. Some 300 men are
kept under arms in consequence of the presence of
a large party of rebels in the woods near the city,
which they threaten to attack. The Captain of the
United States steamer Uem'cUt, now in the harbor,
has offered to disembark 150 marines aud sailwrs
for the better protection of foreigners, and the
property of the railroad transit. The Government,
through the United States Consul, refused to accept
Captain Clary's offer, alleging that it had force suf
Gcient for all purposes. In the meantime the city
suffers nightly alarms. Business is at a stand-still,
and no one can tell when such a state of affairs
will cease. The presence, however, of the Benicia
and PcnsncUa, flagship of the Pacific Squadron,
which arrived en the ISth inst.. gives a sense of
security in case of trouble.
London. Oct. 2. Despatches from St. Petersburg
.report that a rupture has occurred in the relations
'ol the Government of liussia and Japan, growing
out of the question of the proprietorship ol a por
tion of Saghalein Island.
London, Oct. 2. Sir Edward Landseer, the cele
brated painter, died yesterday, aged 71.
Washington. Oct. 2. Information was received
at the Navy Department from Commander Skerritt,
of the U. S. S. Plymouth, now on duty in the North
Pacific. He reports that he has carefully searched
for the numerous dangerous rocks on the track of
vessels going to and from San Francisco and China
and Japan. He reports he failed to find any of
them, and feels confident that they do not exist.
He gives some information on certain points re
garding Pearl River harbor, Sandwich Islands,
which interested parties are just now trying to pre
vail upon the United States Government to lease
as a coaling harbor. It turns out to be a good har
bor after vessels get into it, but in order to get in
vessels have to pass reefs which must be blasted
sway in order to open a safe passage into the river.
In order to do this it would probably require as
much or mote work as- at Hell Gate.
Rome, Oct. 3. The Pope, yesterday, in an ad
dress to a delegation of three hundred of the faith
ful, used the following words : " Contusion has en
tered the enemy's camp, and they strive to induce
me to leave Rome, but I never will.v
Madiud, Oct. 4. A dispatch received here from
Pampeluaa. states that a battle was imminent be
tween the Government troops and a large force of
Carlists. Both armies are concentrated near Es
tella. and a serious conflict is expected. The Gov
ernment force at Estella numbers 15,000 men.
Paris, Oct. 4. M. Thiers has written to the May
or of Nancy, declining to visit that town until the
present crisis has gassed. He says : We of the
Left must defend, the Republic, the principles of
1769 and the tri-color. without which a counter
revolution would be an odious and revolting lie."7
Nkw Yokk, Oct. C. The IforftZ's special from
London says Thiers has given consent to the pro
posed fusion between the Republicans and Impe
rialists as the only means of preventing a restora
tion of the Monarchy, with Count de Chambord as
Henry the Fifth. The new party complete is con
stantly receiving new accessions to its ranks. Nev
ertheless the chances so far are in favor of the
Monarchists, who have a certain majority in the
Assembly, the entire Army, and an abundance of
money wi;h which they have been bribing the am
bitions. Among the politicians, M. Router has
been promised a Baronetcy, immediately after the
restoration, which may now be considered beyond
a doubt a almost sure to come about soon after
the Assembly convenes. That Thiers should have
consented at lat to an alliance with the Imperial
ists, is regarded as evidence of the rapid stride
which the Monarctiial cause has been making, and
the urgent necessity for immediate measures to
preserve the now tottering Rupublic.
special from ahington says that a private ;
natch received from Paris definitely stales that
tL. crisis of the Republic is rapidly approaching,
and t hat events may be precipitated at any hour.
The Republican leaders earnestly appeal to their ;
friends in the United States to organize clubs and ;
hold public meetings, with a view cf arousing fa- i
vorable and active public sentiment on behalf of !
the KepuMie in r'ranc?. and tLe defeat of the tie-
signs of the Monarchists. The appeal is signed by
Republican leaders whose position it is said entitle
them to speak with authority worthy of considera- j
tirn. It is reported that one of the most remarka- j
ble coinis in the affairs of France N the alliance i
between some of thoe who represent soldiers and '
workingnien. and rrince Jerome Napoleon, who i (
stippoed to desire to prove Limelf more Kepubli- i
can than Imperialist. This idea U condemned by ;
the Kadieal leaders, it is ?aid. and will onlj be j
considered by them a. a possible means of securing I
votes in the Assembly against the Monarchisls. who j
clftiu th.ti iLey hare a majority of the French As- i
s.-mbly. ciiiiijroii'd cf 708 JJepijtie?. consquently r7D
WViiU be a maiority if every member were in hia j
ilaee and ellOlll'J Vt(.'.
The .Monarchists avC OC''!'?'! to attempt a mod- ,
ifioation of the Jlinistrv. by the 3rroi,1,mpnt.of i
Changarnier as Minister of War. .M. De Ca s'-i'in" :
ister of Foreign Affairs. '
J lie i an .-o-,. a inonarrhiral
IN 1(1(1 lilt. KEGS.
?yi th-y. a t -al for tv.e restoration cf the Mon
archy t n the basis c f ;he charter ct 1514. will be
, i o rj .
i Nt.w V.!:A. Se;u. 13. TLe Louse cf II Randolph
''-0- su-j,ension i noticM. waa Tom tcoit s
.ew orK r.oiise. lie reason
s.-a iui a sW ti a sWi x va
fail-are. as suied by lie Lead of the firm, was the
absolute impossibility of obtaining means due them
from otbT parties.
To-day nineteen failures Lave been reported.
Most of the brokerage firms who suspended to-day
expect to resume business in a sbo.'t time.
Dispatches say that C. P. Bayard & Co.. one ol
the oldest atd most reliable firms of Philadelphia,
Washington. Oct. '. The proposition of Jay
Cooke & Co.. made known herv to-day, is to trans
fer all their property, including their individual
property and that of their wives to Mr. Rollins in
trust for their crMnors. paying their liabilities in
5 per cent, installments as that sum shall be real
ized from time to time from the assets. It meets
with general favor in this city. Mr. Rollins wx
Commissioner of Internal Revenue lor several
years, and is now President cf the National Insur
ance Company of Philadelphia, in which Jay Cook
it To. were the principal stockholders, ft is un
derstood that this proposition of Jay Cooke A" Co.
also includes, in the opinion of the creditors, the
taking of real estate or other property of the firm,
at its appraised value.
marked H. f. I..
B IM K KT
ONE 1IKAVY SyrARE GLASS I.ANTFRN,
ONK HYDRANT KEY OH WRKNCH.
Are mismg since the late fire on Nuuanu Avenue. Any par
ties having possessiun of the abore articles will confer faror
by leaving them at the Bell Tosrer, or jrT'i? notice of their
whereabouts. J. A. II ASSIXUKK,
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 1S73. Chief Kngineer H. F. I.
THE I'XDERSIGXED BEGS TO
inform the public that he has taken the manage
ment of the Stock and S tables as above, where he
will hold himself o readiness to provide customers
LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S
SADDLE HORSES I
Horses Kept for Ladies Use Only.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE CARRIAGES.
Pour iu Ilnucl.
Polite and Trusty Drivers ai accompany the Teams if refuired
i'17" Orders left at the Ott?e or at the Billiard Room ol the
Hawaiian Hotel with the andersigned will be promptly at
tended to. (oc25Sa!) J AS. DODD, Manager.
BROWN & CO.,
IMPORTERS AX1) DEALERS IN
JL WINES AND hPIRlTS, AT W HOLKSALK.
9 Merchant Street,
Honolulu, H. I.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY. NIVAL AND CIVIL
King St., next door to Dradlry's Barber hop, Honolulu. o4 ly
1 1ERKIIVS s&OlJSJE'S
filetallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
r.IIIS IS TH E ONLY ABSOLUTELY SAFE
LAMP AND FILlINf.' EVER MADE.
ThtiiistiHilx of hanxiUa ao3 nsiittj this Lamp tettifij
Io Us Siijitriorit' over all other Lamp?
in use, been use :
1. It ia perfectly snO from -xplosiou. nwini;
to its r'rjtiflc structure.
ll will tiol break, being rua.le of raetnl.
:(. It is remlereii peiferlly rlrnti by its patent drip j
1. It uses onr-t hinl less oil
light given, svilhout odor.
in proportion to the
.j. It gives a much nore brillinut light, an.) more
sternly than pa, at one-tfLh the expense.
BEST WINDOW SHADE IN THE WORLD !
'.HIS SHADE HAS TAKEN' THE FIRST
JL I'KIZK at the last Fair of the Mechanics' Institute in
San Francisco. Al-o. at the t-tate Industrial Fair at Sacra
mento, for 1871.
Jlaunfattnrftl from all kinds or Wood suitable for
Ita fixtures work to p.?rr:Uon, and never get out of order.
We paint in every color desired; it is also, a perfect imitation
cf inside blinds.
W. O. NEEDIIAM & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Orders may be left with j jA. S. C LEGHORN CO.,
oc25-6m ll Honolulu.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON
King Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
NEXT MR. RRADLEl'S HAIR CUT.
TIXU Saloon, with great respect informs the Gentle
men of Honolulu, and the ether Islands, that he has
A SUPERIOR LOT OF WEST OF EMI LAND BROAD
West of England Single Milled Doeskin!
Very suitable for Dress Pints for Balls or Evening parties.
Gentlemen who have had tiem declare it is a good luxury to
put them on, instead of th( heavy double milled Doeskins gen
erally used. I have also a
VERY CHOICE LOT OF AMERICAN, ENGLISH, IRISH
TWEEDS. BLACK SILK VESTINGS !
Also, Whte and other kinds.
J. F. K. does not wish seople to think him the chenDCjt
Tailor in Honolulu his bject is to do everything well and
good, so a9 to give satisfac ion. This rule he strictly observes.
Having a good staff of wo people, he can confidently say be
will give an
Excellent Fit, Good Wirk & the Best of Trimmings.
A Mr. Cochran, a very fashionable Cutter and Workman,
who has been engaged in the American Fashionable Cities of
New York, Philadelphia. Bxton and San Francisco, is coming
to Honolulu by the first vewel to join me.
Patterns and Garmeds Ctd upon the Paynmd
o'25 of the jsual charge. lm
NEW GOODS from CHINA
VIA SAX FRAN-CISCO.
PER BARK J. W. SEAVER !
FOR LA OIKS :
Xtck-lura and Bracelet.
nf Crystal. Cornelian, Tortoise Shell, Gold an.l Silver,
and BirJ Eye Style.
SILK FOR DRESSES
Pongee. I'ina, t'tripej. Checked aud aortetl color.,
Pure White Grass Cloth.
Fancy Slippers for ladies & gentlemen,
Colored Embroidered Silk Scarfs.
Ladies' Lacquered Work Boxes.
Sandal Wood and Ivory Card Cases !
Paper Cutters, Boxes.
All Kinds of Fans,
Pearl, Cornelian and Ivory Buttons
'(, tit'.' I ill iiiSill'S .in", I, 'hilt i T'ili '! tItl-lltlOl; .
White China Matting,
China and Japan Teas,
4wc. Ac. .c.
yOH r'U.K EV
ING K ACIII t'H
IS Nmisn'iiir . nsr Kinir
' O T T A ii E
Brit inti Club preiuia'-
. CONSULAR NOTICE!
lIX l'KKSO.XS I.IKUTKITUTHK L.ATK
AL'Ul'sTK CLAVIE are requested to raai.e immediate
paytn-rt to the l'i,-i'rsictsl. sr. I t!l h,j hire cUims ri..it
the said A. t"!ane, ilec-w-d. la present them sr-.ih r. - r
vouch-r at the r"r-:;eh Coca:it.'
Til KO. HALLUX.
Cni:l sn.l Commissioner cf lrice
Consulate t.4 I r r.-e at II-oo!u!a. iv:. IsTJ. Q
FOR SALE OR LEASE !
li A I'OTTACE 1X
1". S PKTT.
THEVERY DKMKAUI.K PREMISES
kxsied on Kukui siret. and a: tres.ru ooeuneJ r-t
!-L3 V. frew-r, Ei. Kr..ia,r o!
oclilt III Jo sTANiiESV 'AL1
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE!
District of Kona, Honolulu. Oahu, 1873.
VX PAI'EKN IN Till IMsTItlCT AUK
M. hereby notified that the under; enrd ai eociuience the
rUlection of tvxes fir current year &: h s ofiic. in Marine
street. Aienui, on SATURDAY, li.Vh instant. Aud io cooks-,
tuity with Sect.on ioJ t f the Civil Code, all persons liahle to
taxation are hen-l y riuinM to make untnedinie payment of
Office c-.ueD ntr) Muedav, Urdorda) aud Sator
Tsrda, from 9 A. M. to 1 P. J.
GLO. 11. LUCK.
Ta Collector Ikwolulu.
Tax Office, 21st u,-t.
D. C. Murray fm. S. Francisco
lASKS OF ST. I.OL'IS HAMS.
Cas-s of Chicago Streaky 12arou,
Cases of California Smoked lleef.
Cases of California Cream Cheese,
Cs. and Qr. Bxs. Cala Saloon Bread.
Tins Assll. Crackers I
Sola, Water, Wine, Milk, Waf. r.
Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Cakes. Nicknacs
MEDALLION AND OINUEK NITS.
Cases of Oswego Starch,
Cases of California Pearl ll.irley.
Cases of uuahaups,
Cs. Cutting's Devilled Hams and Tongues !
Caes Cutting's Beets, 2 lb. tins.
Cases Cutting's Turnips, J IU. tins,
Cases Cutting's Onions, 'i Hi. tins,
Cases Cutting's Succatoih, 2 U. tins.
Cases Cutting's Apricots, 2 lb. tins.
Cases Cutting's Half Gallon Jar Ulierkins,
Cases Cutting's Dried Pears !
Cases Cutting's Dried Potted Plain--,
UAliS OF CALA. ONION'S,
tMSES CALA. HEF.TS.
CASES CALA. TURNIPS.
Golden Gate California Family Flour !
Golden Uate Superfine Flour,
HEAVY OllEOON OATS, superior article. OREGON OATS.
For Sale by
ne25.1t II. E. Mol NT V RE IIRIIS.
rjHF UM1ERSIGNEI) AGENTS OF T II V
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY ,
Are preparel to iaaue Policies of Insurance against risks
of Fire on
Dwellings in and out of the City,
As well as on Furniture therein,
At liar Lowest Frr-iuiiium iihI nailer the
I os I fuvorable Conditions.
25 lin P. A. SCI1AEFER i,- CO.
THE NEW STORE!
M'COLGAN & JOHNSON
WOULD MOST KRSPKCTKULLV In
form their customers of Honolulu and the Hawaiian
Islands generally, that they
H v o Tzt. emoved
From their Old Ftanil on Fort Stre-t,
TO THEIR NEW PREMISES!
Directly Opposite Mr. U. Rhodes' Fire 'roof
Huildii)'. and adjoiiiiii'f Messrs.
Schtiefrr ct" f'o.'s.
Where they will lie most happy to wait upon Customers
needing anything in their line.
Our Stock consists of a very full and choice
TAILOR'S GOODS !
EX LATE ARRIVALS !
English nuil Gerinnii lilacU, Rlite, 11 row u
nntl Green Bromlelol lis !
Klurk uud Blue toesLinn.
Fine Saxony Wool 'ontin. various colors'
lilacli Trieot. and a
FINE LINE OF SILK MIXTURES
OF ALL COLOR.
A Complete Line of Fancy Cassimeres,
Heavy, Light and Medium.
2Z3iasli"li Tolxio Pilot Clotli
Ee-HorJ CorJ, suitable for Hiding Pant.
MOLESKIN OF ALL GRADES,
the Popular Wfr of Honolulu.
White Linen Duck and Drill, Warranted all Linen.
White Cotton Cord, White .Marseilles Vetings.
SCARLET CLOTH, A FINE ARTICLE !
lllack Drap d Lie, a fine article f.-r jummfr wear.
Hlaek and Colorel Italian Clotti in great variety.
AND A VERY
Full Line of Tailor's Trimmings !
WE Wol LD AL
INFORM OUR WHALING FRIENDS!
that we are prepared
To d o I li p !S ii i ( s
at the Very Shortest Notice !
And at a vry Fmll advance ori Keady-rnade Clothing.
We Have Just Received ex D. C. Murray,
A MALL INVOICE OF
ENGLISH CASSIMERES & BK. DOESKINS
Cutlius, Altering mid Repniriuv: Frouiptly
XT DON'T FliKtiKT THE A DDR EMM.
ICi " lu. uppofite Mr. Godfrey RhodrE:
rr ' -I,, , ,, , ffrrV 1 ---
tiu: rLKAsuKi-: of an noijncim: that thkv ha vis ki:-
ceived, Opened and Marked olf,
A BEAUTIFUL VARIETY OF FANCY GOODS, -
Sfi,url- 7 i liiimuiifi, (.;,
t v, timl
J'siiif'J'i uf' ;'
inn! Jtt'ts Ixtfti.is iii -. .v. 'iri ft.
IN THE MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT !
will lao i'ottntl:
t'ottun, I'niou anJ Linon Sln'otings in all wMtli; l'tllow Linen anj I'olton. AO ntul A' inoluf,
Moscjuito Npttingf, coarso to fine in '.H), 1(H) :uiI I OS iiu'ltt'p;
Whito rik! UnbleaolatHl Linen Tali! !.tm.tskf, HacLaluiok Di.ij r ami TurLielt 'J'owel.s,
Hirxl's Eye auJ Kusia Diaper, X.Lle Napkins. L'ratliej, Kiglit make) in I'nMearlied tVittoim,
Figured Hhitc anJ Brown Linen and ttton Drilling",
Jeaus and Twilln, Window UuMand. l)rcs Ilollandf.
NEW MAKES IN HORROCKSES WHITE COTTONS !
not a particle of Starch or Ir.rin in tliem, V AUKANTLU.
Thee Clotlm are new in this Market, tlioy require
S-ll tlieiu at Less than tliey can
Also, a Few Pieces of that Cambric Long Cloth, for Underwear.
FLANNELS Saxony, Wei h. Cennnn and Canton.
110,000 Varvlu ol AfHorted Printed Cott.m :ind Caiulirii:.
every piece Varrantel to Wanli and not change color.
(C7 77' 7Vv.x ttrt tx Imi'i
Jiintf.tfJirtftfr WniltSiilt- ' llitilil.
DRESS GOODS !
(irenadines. Alpacas, Mcrinoes, t'atthmere:i, t'olntrj:i, .Shepherd nnl Fancy l'hid Woolenn, Mohairi.
Uelaines, Chalies, Satincttes, ltussel t'ordn and liew. Tarlataim, JSwina CheckH and StriN, l5.H)k
Muslins, Victoria Lawna, I'iquea and JSpttetl liook, t 'ainhricrt ami Xaiiixk.
V FULL ASSORTMENT
India (jauze, Merino. Flannel and Cotton Under Vests and Drawers, fit) Pcizen Regatta, Silk Mixline,
Crimea, and Fancy White Dress Shirts, open lmek ; Harvard, Oxford, Florence, Dickens. Dux, Cavalier,
Pall Mall, Index, i'nterurife and Wet F.n.l Linen and Paper Collars. Fancy Scarfs, Tien, Poam and
Neck Ribbons. Merino and White and P.rown Half lliw. While Linen SuilM, Tweed Suits, Pants uud
Vests in Tweed, Drill and Black Cloth.
Hats and Caps in Straw, Felt and Cloth. Umbrellas and Rubber Over Coats !
PERFUMERY ! Nail, Toolh and Clolhes Brushes I
CHIIVTA MATTIWCt, CHIIVTA MATTING !
jjt-.?f Sample ol anything we have will he
Gold Walch &Chain Missing !
rftap ON WEDXESDAV EVENING. WHILE
TyX the house of Her Excellency K. Keelikolani was tuirii
Jm JB. ing, my Gold Watch and Chain were taken from my
sJi'l' room in the house on the same premises. The watch
has a hunting case, winds at the stem, and was madi! by
l'atek,rhillippe & Co.
The chain has a gold clasp about two inches in length at
tached to it, and also a precious stone.
Whoever will return the watch and chain, or cither of them,
or give information that will lead to their recovery, will Is:
suitably rewarded. W. P. LELKIOIiOKl.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1873. ol :tt
Jml. TIIEUN'DERMGNKI) BEGTO
if j notify their friend sand the publicgenerally, sf
! I that they have formed a Co-partnership TyO
- and opened a Shop on the Esplanade, oppo- r
site Hopper's Barrel Factory, for the purpose of carrying on
the business of
House Building and Carpentering !
In all its branches. Orders from the other Islands for Esti
mates or work, promptly attended to. Our long experience as
Mechanics in this community will, we trust, prove a sufilnit-nt
guarantee that all work entrusted to us will lie exeruted in a
workmanlike and satisfactory manner.
A. W. SNKI.L,
JOHN L. KINO.
Honolulu, Sept. SO, 1373. o4 :im
fllllE SALE OF TIIK PROPERTY HE
longing to the Estite of the late V. CH ANCKKEL, de
ceased, at Kwa, Oahu, previously advertise,! to be soM Oct
islh. has been
Postponed till 12 M., Saturday, Nov. 1st
oelS W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
4 CO-PARTN ERSHIP HAS THIS OA V
Xm. been formed between the understood for the purpose
carrying on the General Ulacksmitbing iiusiness, at their Pho)
on tne rapianaue. ia IAJK Si M UKPII V.
Honolulu, Oct. 14, 1873. oH St
rilHE FOLLOWING ARTICLES HA VIM:
M. been taken from the Barracks at Honolulu, any
person giving iniormation oi or returning the same will
suitably rewarded. Four thaHrpot Rillea, lu
Sword IlaroBrtt nntl one Mtvord liavonel
Scabbard. If any person is known to have any of the
above articles, or any other property belonging to the War
Department, in their possession, and does not return the same
within thirty days from this date, they will le prosecuted
JNO. O. 1HJMINIS, Governor of Oahu.
Office of Governor of Oahu, Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1S70. ols
f I -ii iSS m"
Columbia River Red Salmon
Of the Packing of 1873.
FOR SALE BY
e27tf II. HACKFELO X Co.
WATER ! WATER ! !
S IN CONSEQUENCE OF 1 HE
GREAT SCARCITY OF WATER! -fei
HOURS FOR IRRIGATING
From the GOVERNMENT FIFES will, until further not ire, IB
restricted to TWO HOURS EACH D.1V, viz.
from 7 (08 A. XL and from Ti ( ( I. M,
This Regulation must bo Strict
,if" Sprifklin-i if Strref is Strictly J',;,,;hil..l.
Til OS. LONC.
seit tf Superintendent Water Works.
S03TS ART (i.lllEF.1!
C I Fort Street, for j
,r-,5,ir and Curiosities ! I
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fVi .,( Cuff',
l.'i'l'tt V 'i i'.i i i'i Mi"hn Silk,
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', ,.. n,tt limit, ( '(St, 1.v. Skirt
iui wallillg liefur' milking up ly m hine.
lie pureli:tNel at VIoleile for.
renlly pplendid nmirlinent and
( iijx Ihiii, .tss than i it In i' miisr in
! ! SILKS ! ! !
OF HABERDASHERY !
forwarded with the ;;reiiteHt of pleasure, f"
IIAYsSCLDKN I.K'OS., Criferiou llousi
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE ON HANII AND FOR SALE.
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Nor' West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
JEl. DE3 3Z "A7" 0 O X
Rough and Planed Boards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
DOORS, 1MII01VX Ull MINIS!
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screws.
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ocbre, &c. &c.
FOR PLANTATION' I'VE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
for v.iiEELWKMirr and flantation le
WHITE EASTERN PINE
HOAItDS AMI I LA NHS.
WAT.L HyIIIit !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
sen .lin ins.
DELLINGER'S PILOT BREAD
i it I3oxci,
Just Received per Jane A. Falkinburg 1
Far Mile by