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Tiir (.n arivaL ir.4-e our Ul r j-rt h-.r - I, n l.'th,
U. S5. f!i;-h.; ur.m,pr, lrir Kin Fran-i- ; Er-.t-'.
Jmnie t ttmtiuj, (w Vat kviW) frrfn "n rnwir in !
tresa rcpa.ririf, ; 21 f, lark M. f. .'-" ly. h-m H it. I r ::
rht arxj kark 7. !'. b"4"r, frru Frvw-'- .
bringing ih duij.
Tk dcjrtur have l"-n 1 tf., M i.ii .Wiy (.iif
l iar ) P-.rtlaod, ., sr.i.'i !-.ni-i.c f r'-d.zee iltf 1
ai IA ; i. r ,V ir f o'ttr, I r1;. lay. . r. W..
"let-day, with tuji 'f i:gir a.vl i;!.i ; ai. ! hr's ,
A 'Urn, tjr Tahiti t.-dj. Th finr-m ir.l ili-ml",
ar built ap (r "ydae.
ur adsires trua San I'rar.r ... .. .u rj.fl t. .ir ir" I
a fj snaattsforuiry n.ilur. Aco.int a f.av r
vd ty late maUs netting sfcif pr r 4. !. i-i.h T
ur che. f-TTi to 1 1 ii t-T I0O i,ur-: f-.r U.t I i s -l No. 1.
sjI Lat LiiK pr-jrt t r n a.'Tir.r. TV r.i''. .
that onr t'-rirs an f.i!TT tr. r-r.t l.wr Tun t f-y wr .:i
1W, Sm at t.V- loWt. Ths n. r,a-;.ijr - ( .uir I. ivr
netted by la rr.ris ffm F lnr fr rr 1 t . 1. r-r,t. t r
(0inJ itv-r arnl in tar .
I ar Jilcr ho that (-.r t:r Er-i r..r . i.i:.'. l-Ti n.f
importaLiuc of Baw rrar at Hin Trirx uro aia-.ur.t'-.i !
6T,OOO,0 j-un lji. an.! t r i !. 'fI ti- r--t.t '-r'r.
r'Unicff jra.1-- in Laf liar- i.ti.-j .'i S i: i nr.. .-,. -
tilHy a aiurh a rhtr o k'(.
Th dw haa bal llf rlT-rt to iop i, (,m--:.u t .-a:. I r.u:-
tarn. T! i. f. Murr-$if ka l-irv rr' ll.at -.rt
witNout a funi of augir ; thr liJ. hu not fiaj irx- l b-Tf
WiUt oo cf our t-at in In ycir. .N orv wuill j uti
Cvl in hi picf oo'It i-r'-v-i.t a-J. !- K.it -..!
a rf t tiD ff!M Aara.':.t.
tA t'1l l r, u t r Tld.
MiaaB An ioG.ff (( tii Uiji Hawaiian -T IJ. C. Mir
r9,iU to th" Eay BrCtry at Cir. Tb' cftv-ril ic ik'-t
both fr raw ax I r Cai i TCilii;;!y juift. qiv.f
flawaian pocrtj frtwl al ).2';r arrorlin; to jaUy.
William A. Blan harTa Hi:ar Cirrular t.r Unr.l iair!'T
14T3, ku tb tAUsm .og :
Hdiootum SuyririTh'' tvek on han.1 at tfi r,.mn-i,c--Bot
cf tb quarter raa aniuu-iUy lirj, lut w Iwaijian-lins
rooaujenlile rwfiptj, tb tork at the cU i materially r--lurnl.
In roiriivtMe cf the low prir of Rrfiord Huj:ir,
i nUJrtitly li rcoooroy praitirl by ronuinrr, anJ
cbnir Hawaiian ha to b arJil at a cicl. r:ible concvmiun
opoo In prir of i el low C. Ihiruur tl iuart,r ipJ r'Cuii.g
raJ in l-a? hav nrti . n-jrly a murh a li'- n--ir
to k'f s.
Ri r Hawaiian t.iblr i ju'.il at Cui'.r.
CorrcK Th? market fc fair, but re.t a tiv. rf.Maii Am. r
raa ia hd.1 at 22c. At auction, p,T arroant of whom it may
cotcni, liS ba; Kona, r Co't't kirn, u.l " r i,." ;nv.,i.-e
weight, at ir.
Pt'LV Thr ir.iportatiocw jt Cottn Hien wvr ail taore or
bM liamagnl by aait wafr. V-'. bale a i, frm j.riTat
haodM, at "r. Ataurtion, SI l,-il bn.llv il.-imael, 4;r ; M)
b,71c ; 20 d.),-,r.
Th Eaatrro Cnanrial rri.ii canir atnl avtl without .'ay
inf a ip'lf upoa tl calm mrtweof CaJifurnian finanre.
Chir back aixi banker wore newt on a firmer fxiting tbar,
ixjw ; mrrt ufr more able to Lrrant any storm likely to
ar, wMIe our m-rcant, manuCwluring, ami agricultural
clawea are In eay, intlepemlt'ot circumstances. Many hou-
ruled their "collertkjn day obligation oo Katuniay iaiteail
of Monday, in order to forestall any Jilllculty that might oc
cur in Eastern iinancial circles. This f.irt furnUlies conrlu.
aie proof of their soundness ami ability lr nie-t :u'lroritin
gencies. ALOnti THE WHAM r.s.
khr Juaniia, al Erewr's wharf, sails for Waialna to
morrow. Hchr frince, at Robiuaon's wharf, nails U r Kona ami K:m
Or HONOLULU, II. I - ,
Is br Fairy Queen. Kaaina, from llanalei, Kauai.
11 l? dac-ahip Saranar, Rear Admiral A 51 rinn k,
12 days from Van f rancisco.
Brit ship Annie Fleminf;, Pierrepoinl, SS d:iy front
San Francisco, in distress.
2-Scbr Pauahi. Ilopu, f.-otn llilo, Hawaii.
20 Hrkr Luka, Kaai, from Moloaa, Kauai.
21 Hchr Dauntieso. Berriil, from Kahului, Maui.
21 Hear Ka Mol, West, from Kahului. Maui.
21 Schr Kinau, Ahuihata, from Koolau.
21 Am bk U C Marray, A F uller, 2:r da from f in
2C Am bk J W Seaser, J Reaney, 2j Jays from !an
2T5 Hchr Prince. Doane. from Konn ami Kan, llaw.iii.
24 Hchr Joanita, F ountain, from Waialua.
24 Jtnr Kilauea, Taylor, from Hawaii and Maui.
rchr Nettie Merrill. Crawr. from Lahainn. Maui.
1 Haw bk Matlie Macleay, Forbes, ft PortLmd, .
20 tmr Kllaaca, Tsykir, lor Waul ami Hawaii.
21 Hchr I ilama, Whitfoid, lor Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
.1 chr Fairy Uuren, Kaaina, for llanalei, Kauai.
21 Hchr AcUre, Puaahiwa. for Kohala, Hawaii.
21 chr Mary Ellen. Jim. for Hilo, Hawaii.
21 ichr Nellie Merrill. Crane, for Lahaina, Maui
21 Hchr Keonl Ann. J Uudoit, fur Kahnolaw.
Z- tchr Ka Moi. West, for rvahului, Mam.
21 Hchr l.aka. Kaai, for Molnaa, Kauai.
2;k Hchr kinau. Ahuihaia, for Maliko, Maui.
Haw schr Mary Foster, J C Clunev. Ijr yduei .
2T Hchr Paoahi. liopa. Ibr Hilo, Hawaii.
i!4 liaw brig W m 11 Allen. IS Schneider, t r Tahiti.
IrjecleJ Depart urr.
Fob Has F'b ancisco Bark D C Murray, sails this da.
Fob Circi-it op Kait ai Htmr Kilauea, sails Wednesday.
Fob Htdrit Hchr DauntU-ss, tails about WeUis-suay.
VESSELS IX POUT.
II H flag -ship Haranac, Rear Admiral A M Ivnnock.
Haw mh schr Giovanni Apiani, Hority. n-j .airing
An ship Coringa, Ropes, repairing
Haw schr HouUl Sea, Davis.
Brit bri Robert Cowan, Kvtly.
Brit ship Annie Flemimr, Pierrepoint, rcpairin?
Am bk D C Murray, A Fuller, load in.
Am bk J W Heaver, J Reaney, discharging.
Report or V. S. H. Sabanac, Captain De Krakft. '
Sailed from San Francisco Oct 7th ; experit-nceJ liglil wchty
erly winds with heavy swell from the same direction until th
iiua a iai a" u.r ii , long ii - vo- tt , wnen iook si. wimw
moderate at first with frequent i'lualls and rain, tillinr bao.
meters ami threatening weather, trehenioK on the ltith to a
moderate S F. gale. Oct 17th ami 15th weather pk-asant, wind
hauling to the W and N W, with considerable cross swell from
the 8 and N W for a few hour. Arrive.' in Honolulu at noon
oo Sunday, Oct 19th.
Rcpobt op Bark D. C. Mi rkay, A. Fi ller, Master.
Left Sao Francisco at 7 A Sunday, Sept 2Mb ; first three
days out made 132 miles, light bailiing airs and calms. Cot
the wind from NW on the 4th day and continued till 7lli Jay
tlwn five day light baiBing airs ami calms to lat 25 24 N
long 139 W, where we sot the trades moderate from K.NE
AKk rootinoetl till lat 21 e 4i' KSg 147 0 M W ; then
succession of HE to HW wind with occasional calms. Sighted
Hawaii and Maui Oct 16th. At 9 a a Oct 20th exchanged pa.
pera with Hawaiian bark Mattie Macleay ntT Coco lle.ul
bearing W by W, distance 2j mile. Arrived in Honolulu
afterauoa of Tuesday, Oct 21st
Riport or Bark J. W. Seaver, J. Keanev, Mastlr.
Left San Francisco at 4 p Saturday, Sept 27th ; first four
days oul had light variable winds and calms. M.ule eighty
miles toikowinir three days, moderate breezes from iN ! NV ;
next five days light airs and calms, wind N E lo HE, then eight
days moderate ami light breezes SE to E and HE ; remainder
nl passage light variable airs and calm., wind mostly Imm
XT The British shif Annie Fleming, loaded with wheal.
days frcm Han Francico, bound tot Cork, arrived on Sunday
afternocn. In lat 16 3 30 N, long 122 32 W she experienc
ed a heavy gale, which carried away her fere, main and nuz
ceo topmast, elc. She came into port on Mondav, and is now
receiving new spars at Emmes' shipyard.
. .. . I. . Ii...-,::.. . r .-.
schooner Kamaile, Capt Peterson, reporting her with 215 I. bis
otL Would go into Panama to ship oil and eipect.-J to be here
about the middle ol November.
yVniii Lost in IU dso.n's Bav. By the arrival of tLe
.'schooner Abbie Bradford at New Bedford Sept 7:b, news was
r received of the loss of the barks Ansel Cibbs and Orray Taft,
of I hat port, ia Hudson's Bay in the fall of last year. Four
teen of the crews died from exposure, and the survivors were
brought home in the schooner. We copy frrm the St.tttti ird
of Sept Ilia :
Bark Or ray Taft, Capt Parker, on 1HU Sept, 1S72. in a
southeast gale, parted her chain ana went asnnre nigh and
dry on Marvel Island, lat CI ."2 N.knsrl U0 W . about
1J mdes from the main land. All of her crew escaped to the
shore ia safety. She had taken no whales.
Bark Ansel Cibbs, Capt McPherson, on 19th Oct. 1S72. ia a
southeast gale, also parted chains and went aoore n-ar the
Orray Tall, but the vessel went to iweces almost immediately.
ta crew escaping, hat wita only what they stood ia. r-he ni
no board iSO barrels whale oil and 10.0UO poands whalebone
Eigkty barrels of od was afterwards picked op and stored on
toe Island, and 3500 pounds of bone werv saved ami shipped
ttonts la schooner At-toe Bradibrd.
The Orray Taft having been driven up on Ike beach in a
goad aad sa position, the officers and crews of both vessels
lived ia her dazing the winter, but from lack of proper !,
from idleness and exposure, the scurvy broke out among them.
aad ten of tae crew of the Ansel Cibbs and ur of the Orray
Tklt died before they were rescue-1 by the Abbie Bradford u
the 2d of August (laat month)- The winter was excessively
cold for even that inhospitable climate, many of the natives
dyina; front it effects. Home of the provisions of the An I
l.ibb were washed ashore, including canned fresh meats.
Schr Crania. Capt Kobler, ax can Francisco 11th tept. re
starts when at Point Barrow 42 days aro. several ol the wh.il
. had gone lo the eastward. When the V arrived July C'th,
20 ships lay at anchor, but they got under way at noon, ami
worhed to Loe eastward.
A VKteT from Wright A. Bonne, dated San F'rancUco 11th.
ays the above schoooer left the Arctic July Cnh. and reports
. in asldicion t.J the above that bark Arnolda, Bauktry, of New
MdfexLrlhad been stove by the ice. and was kakiog S.uuO
wluJl FsdOW 8aJ Fbamcisco Per D. C. 3Iurry, Ocl 22d : 3
rOTOCW pi;gs lidse, JO pks Straw Boards to T ti Thrum ; 36 Doors,
eCtSSlt il pkgt MJse to Lewers Sc Dickson ; 3 pkgs Saddlery to V. V.
"hlinlifl Adderlef t 4 pkg Saddiery to P Dalton ; 1 ck and 3 bbls
7T" sUbvss to A 8 Cleghorn ; 60 bags Potatoes, 20 bxs Apples, luO
OUT Bt . ana Mir rinnr. 1M bbls Lime. 60 sks Oats. 'M hf l.t.ls
yonhifS Salmon. c Mdse to Boiles ic Co ; 40 qr sk Flour, C5 pkgs
Llthtala -Groceries to Judd Jr. Laine ; 60 bxs Apples, 43 do Cn Fruit,
J00 iMurs Potatoes, 63 pkgs Croceries, 3JO i,r sks Flour, lou cs
uw mrl sjoal OU, 8 cs Furniture to E P Adams ; 23 pig M.Ue lo ;eo
J 3IcLean ; 2$ pkgs Dry Goods, 1 do Samples to EJ Iii3Vhlae
J ger A Co ; 9 cs Cottons, 12 pkc firoceries. 21 qr sk, t, on
i- V A Mivf-rA 'o; ' j Vc r.r.!. " l- fincen-s, 4 J)
;r ar. i J-i hi r I .r. I.. !.- Trail to llT.ry May ; rid
l t i rt.iM( i A Co : 1. bl.is I mp. lt rk ll'-s.J. 1U qr
k 1 1' nr. v; t. I' .tit.-. l' r lir- ixl t t V .k r A. Al!-n:
2 t li- l-ir.rr-.. 1 r- !,'. Ui I.I.N Ik-f. l
C nt. I fi!.' t:HIT. '.'jlm l'ial-m ti A J I artwrrit ;
'iJO'jr n.- I 4 l.f H- t;r. 'J ks l:t"i l. i Jo Pr-,.i'f., l '
I kr . f- ti-. i'i bit I"' tai-. "JO c ir-. li k al,
.! :n:i. I( t k.' ! t. A W I. iree ; it k t loiir. -'i'i
I c .rr-'-ris t M lr.Jyr' A V.f ; i kr M' f Th" H
! la:-; f i r M ! to llFi.-in Hris ; li Caehnvre Goals to
' T !nt: rC- !! : V.-t lrr;i:s baor k. SJ k';s lllins to H
j II v If'H A. C : ."! j J llrr-rn-m ti T M -ssman A f"ti ; It
I r lnm; to l K'vr A Co ; 77 !.! Hay. I'"i cs "cJ J.
; l? ti; lir:in, Jo O it, S k-x NaiU t C lir-wT A Co ;
j .'-' I li W ti J l'.vi! n ; 3 J.kjs M 1 -) W rllt, Far;o A
t.j ; U r rri:.!-d C'-tt'ri t' Oru- r.
: FaowPts litMiu I-r J. W. ravr, Ort. 2il : 4i cs
I inf f;!s, i bi C':ar. Ti b it Ur-a-J to b-A)r A Co j '1
i Me. .1 bn l.a irl War- to Afrg A. Achuck ; !
ftoi. LtJ ll'.liowwarv, 1 MJ U f-rIkm A Co ;
I - M'ie to I l.vrr.y ; i s Ifrat to I- II jffmann ; 2 c
lrur. risr Mif, Ii cs ( vJ tj, 3 bis .MJtriae, rs
t.a.i..-w. U i f torch, 'jxi ks P'.tatoes. 7i bi A j pies to Or-.l-r
; cs Canrd C'jij. 2 cs flitract. 2 bai-s H'-i. Ii cs
..rri .-'larch, i cs fuirrh. JO Lx Ap;.l-s, JM qr s H'jur to
II May -, 6 kr M le 1 1 ChaUn A C o ; s'j qr ks Fkxir, 1J
bt: l .me, Uj biks Hay. 1 pr M-U.tie ti II HacktrlJ ft Co;
4 c HarJwire ti b.ii.r.gham A Co; 1 Iron hhaft. 1 cte At
. r I'-1 liroon:'. 1 -ti f'l'jas, 1 btj!l Wrl, 1 h Cartridzs. 4 cs
inl 1 j k j liardware, 1 r- f-a.l. 1 d ;rackej Wheat, & sk
WL-at, 1 .M..r.um. iit. 2 pks Warblf to Castle st Cor.ke ; 9 cs
Cotton Mai.r.ery. 1 io Cotton l.irj, 10 ks Oat. 6 cs and 1
ck llar.Jnar-, 1-J cs f.rjjL, I rwr Kroucus, I pkjf rfpnrs, 2 rolls
l-airiT, 1 P pe, i cs 1 urintine. Ul bols hiasU-rs, 4 cs Vow-
Wt to I. lis. I ; -i cs Cott'n, 2 cs rJj, & tlls. CI
cs and 4 ba-s C'.tion Miliiiiery, 2 cs I ire Arms, 2 cs C'utltTi.
1 cs Coourz. 1 r r-ilt, 1 r- C lothiriir, liJ qr sks Flour, luy
l.'ml .!. Jii tks F.Hat-s. 5 cs (Jaiocs, K c luaps, 1 tx
l.:as. 1 r- i !.!. j bis A.f Ves. 1a) bbls l.iuje to J T x-i-rliue
; it. lo pk;t aiJ 2 pari els MJse, 11 cs Boctt, 1
lo C:Mhir.. 2 k Clari-t to M H t.riooaum A- Co; 6 cs
lrjjf to II McK.bbia ; 2 cs Veat Cakes, 1 Jo Olisea, 7 do
rp-sTTfl rruit. V bs Starch, 1 bt lrans. 6 bx Desiccat
ed F ruit. 1 c liacon. 1 bt Cnrne Fatl', 1'J do Apfles, .7 kt
af, li do Uran. !Ai do Barley, li do Potatoes, l'j do What.
f Jo On.ons t i J.il 1 A l-au.e ; 2csM J, 1 ream Pap-r to J
II Black ; lvj bis Ajpl-t to Walker A Alien ; 2 cs Book to
T : Thrum ; l'i tf bbi and 2S cs Whky, lo c Ciders, 12
r Chamjiairae to Chas I.or.( ; 4 bbis and 0 t.f bbls Wbiskei
t V. K hod-it ; 2 hf bbls and 2 cs Whir.key t- Brown &. Co.
Fob Poti.4si, . per Mattie Macleay, Oct. ISth :
Molasses, bbls 22 Rice, Ua ISO
ket :;l Suar, kegt 2.4'c;
I'uiu. bales 7Q Halt, tons fio
Value Domestic 44 Cti
l'o HvDitr Per M iry Foster, Oct. 22d :
Locks, rse 1 Hilmon, bbls CO
Manila Roj?, cod 1 hf bbls 44
Nails, keg, Ci Hugr.r, kegs rX)
Pr.lu, baies 10j! bat 1,S03
It ice, Irtg.. MJ Hde, doi...
Value Iomnii-..il0.'r;4 74 ; Foreign. ...I,671 HS.
Tea Tahiti Per Wtn. II. Allen. Oct. 24th :
Coal Oil, rf ..........
Cxsior Oil, b
Camphor Trunk. iejt
Cotton Dock, Uilt
Clothing, bale. ........
f t'.n, baskets..
4 Hay, tons..
lu Irons, cs.........
1 Liquors, c.-e......
1' Md.se, cs.........
1 Mo'asses, bbls....
'i Prints, cse.......
7,179 Pork, bbls
1 i'alt, tons
4 Hupar, keg
(.in, cs. .
Value Domestic fl,SC9 ; Foreign... $ 1,390 10.
F'oa Windward Ports Per Kilauea, Oct. UOlh Ciov Jno
LKiminis, Iter 8 E Ui-liop, Rev li Baldwin, J E Cham
b rlain. P N Makee, T J Ilayselden. wife and child. Chas IX
Hencer. O Bfncer, Ceo liall, C II Rose, H W Meyer, Alliert
C Hinith, I. Richards, U Lyons, O Meyer, J Clements, Mrs
Jackson, Thos Me-k, .11 r At.u, and about to deck.
F'row r?sj Fbaxcihco Per D. C. Murray, Oct. 21st Miss
Kol'tiisou, W II Hhipman, W ii .eedham, t. Deletnar. Mrs J
II Hare and child, Byron Adonis, J H Christie, Jr, Wn Cal-
uer. miss b Hrown, w v ucox, iirs A I. ;urney and child
John Lang, Mrs Taylor. Miss Ilatlie Paul, Cant S orris. Mrs U
liorres, t'. P Adams ami wife, Henry May, Miss May, Miss
Casket), II a Brewster, T Butterfield, John Webster, James
oeil, I'eter Helms, r M tireen, ueo Martin, Master Charlci
Carter, Cieo RoU-rUon. J Mc Arthur, Henry Roberts, John
Armstrong, Robt Mooney, Israel Fisher, Leo Cola, Ah Chow,
Lap enow, nin t at, An i.ee, An no.
V'F'oa Tahiti Per W. II. Allen, on. 21th V Blair, M C
cnaiiani'-i, a Lazarus, J i-azarus, wile ana 4 children.
F'ob r:?s Fmaxcisco Per D. C. Murray. Oct. 2oth I
Bailey, Mrs L C Owen, Mrs Terrill, Ceo Irwin, Miss Lizzie
i tain, capt lamnen anu wire, wm noeny, Mr liillol, Wm
Uuricaii and launly, Mrs htoddard and child.
FaoM Windward Port Per Kilauea, Oct. 25th Her Ex
It Heelikolani, Cot J O Uomints, M Macauley, B Meyer, R V
Husbands, W P A kau, wif: and child, Simon Kaai and wile,
and Bu deck.
.MARK I El).
Adaw Flints At the New Jerusalem Church, Yar
mouth Port, Mass.. September 9lli. by Rer. W". II. Mayhew.
Edward P. ADAHs.of this city, to Ellen ;., daughter of
the late illiaju H. lhIkt. Xj' ro cards.
Harrison NtrRti In thi city, October 21, "by ihe
Key. II. 11. Parker, Mr. I llos. II. Harrisun to Miss lloon
.NtrEi. t, all of this city.
TiiorHO.v At the reid-nce of J?. A. Havens, Webster
City, Iowa, September 2d, Jso. II. Thompson, aged 41 years
ami 4 inontb:.
Clavif In this city, October 19th, Mr. At ursTC Clavie,
a native of Toulouse, rrauce, aged 4-1 years.
V SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25.
The lloNOi-i'i.r atkk orks from first to
last, have j.rovcJ an fxcolleut inTCBtiucnt and a
fiour-c of large revenue to the Hawaiian G'ovcrn
went. In former years, tlic remark has not in
frequently been made ly country niembera of the
Legislature that Honolulu rot more than lor
rliare of the public revenue laid out on internal
improvements; Imt somehow the Honolulu dele
cation never teemed to have remembered that
tliey could retort to the effect that the Water
Works alone were paying into the Treasury somp
jjjtlijOOO per annum on an average, over espenscs
JThc first renroir was built about the year 185U
llbut it was not until loU, or pernaps a year
later, that pipes were laid ol sufficient size to
accommodate the inhabitants. (Previous to that
time our dependence was on wells for water for
domestic purposes, and that procured from the
wells in eome localities was excellent, and noted
4-lipits t-oftness.) It is safe to say that for over
fifteen years then, the tiovernment has been in
the receipt of more tlian 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 sum of over one hundred thousand
dollars, through the eale of water rates in this
city. We make no account of the receipts from
water euld to shipping 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 Cov
ernment has 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 years, without
any regard to the fact that the works had been
Ions: asro doubly laid for, and that the cost of
managing and keeping them in repair has never
exceeded iT it reached on 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 becu
in the possession of a private company, and
managed a-s they luive been by the (iovernment,
what au outcry we thould have heard long ago
about an injurious monopoly, outrageously taxing
us for one of the necessities of life! Hut this is
just what our Government has been doing f.r
nearly twenty years rast.
And in view also of the large revenue already
absorbed by the Government from this source,
and of the sure inoiue to be expected in the
future, it is but the just aud fair due ol this city
tliat it should be amply protected against fire, by
the sjsx-dy construction of a new and sufficiently
Iarg' reservoir, Ix-ated at an altitude that will
ensure a puwcrfui head of water. Not by any
good management ur care-fulness of ours, but only
1'rovidontially, we Lave escaped without a single
fire deserving the name, for tliete many years,
while every nuveeding year as the city become?
more closely mint up witn wooden siruetures
our liability to a sweeping conflagration becomes
more apparent and alarming. An J what is our
state of preparedness f ir meeting this very possi
ble contingency this impending emergency?
Given a .brisk trade wind and a fire commencing
on Ilerctanii fctrevt near iNuuanu, our 2-jO,(hH)
gallon reservoir (supjJoMng it to be full, which it
seldom i) Would fe drained to its last drop in a
short time, and then tlu tire tienvi would march
without let nr hindrance from one t-nd A' the
citv to the other, while our hiv-men woiiM lie
rral Terms to llrst class Purchasers.
compelled to I vvk i !!y on at t!.e destructivii they
woul l 1-c T-wcrIc-s t. rrrvent. "
1 , ,. 1 . , ,. . .,
Our remarkabl." exemj ti -u from di?a.stor in the
jost May in t.'ie end jtov to have Lorn a mis-
fortune, inasmuch a- it lias tred a feclins of
false security, frm which
wc may le rather
rudely awakened some day to tin I how almost
absolutely helph-ss an'l unprotcted we are from
trc. The ag-nts of the tllU'ercnt Insurance Com
panies d jing business fre are very j roperly so
licitous on thi sub'tect. lt is well known that
a.9 high as Cve per cent, is not infrequently paid
fur insuring dwelling bou-es and work-shoj, and
that in some healities in the city the companies
absolutely refuse to take ri?k against lire at any
premium : ani thos the j roj erty-hulder is left
without any protection whatever against a ruin
that may overtake him at any moment.
' . Vetterday the agents of Insurance Companies
in this city hel l an adjourned meeting at which
was adapted a raeuiorial adJresseil ti the Ministry,
Betting fjrtli in suitable t-.rms the necessitit,s and
daDg-rs of the situation, which unquestionably
demand the early adoption measures for in
creasing the water supply.
Capt. Iiuddington and the crew of the Arctic Ex
ploring steamer Polaris had arrived at New York,
via Liverpool. The Polaris was abandoned in the
ice, and after a perilous boat expedition, the crew
were rescued Ly a iicotch whaler.
Oct. GJ, at Fort Klamath, Northern California,
the Modoc murderers, Ulack 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 ia declared by private advices from Paris that
monarchy will certainly be proclaimed on the propo
sal of it by a majority of the Assembly, to meet t let.
The war continues in Fpain between the Govern
ment and Lion Carlos, with varying success. A
great battle was expected daily.
The much talked of Dalloon voyage of the
"Graphic," begun on the Cth of October, from
Brooklyn. Donaldson, Ford and Lent are the voy
agers. At 11:10 a. m. it passed Bridgeport, Conn.,
going rapidly oceanward. They expect to cross the
ocean ami arrive in Europe in oU hours.
Oct. C, the Monarchists in Paris were so sanguine
that they had picked out a Cabinet for Henry V. I
We compile the most important telegrams re
ceived by late arrivals, up to September 7lh.
Loxitov. Sept. 19. The Tichborne claimant has
published an appeal in which he states that the
prohibition by the court of further appeals from
him. or the solicitation of aid of the public has cut
off his supply of funds.
London. Sept. 20. A dispatch from Calcutta
announces the loss at sea of the fins)7iihis. laden
with coolies. One hundred and eighty coolies
London. Sept. 22. Chief Justice Cockbuin has
i'.ned the editor of tk Cheltenham Chronicle S7o0
for publishing a criticism of his conduct on the
trial of the Tichborne claimant, ami threatens him
with imprisonment if the offense is repealed.
The Spanish steamer Mnrlllo. which ran down!
the emigrant ship Xorthrleel, having arrived at
Dover, has been detained there by- orders from the
London. Sept. 19 The steamer Arctic brought
to Dundee ten members of the J'olurls expedition.
All are in excellent health. Three others' were
uansferred by the liavrnscral'j lo"" the whaler
Intrrjild. which is expected to arrive in Dundee iu
two or three weeks. After the separation from
Tyson and his companions, the P,ltrlt was finally
abandoned in a sinking condition by Captain
Buddington and tile 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,
wus unattended by severe symptoms. IMentiful
supplies of walrus liver for food were obtained
from the natives, and to this diet is attributed the
mildness of the disease.
New Yokk. Oct. 1. The steamer Colon 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
I'niled States steamer Henicla, now in the harbor,
has offered lo disembark loO marines and sailers
for the better protection of foreigners, and the
property of the railroad transit. The (iovernment,
through the United States Consul, refused to accept
Captain Clary's offer, alleging that it had force suf
ficient 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 Lenlcla
and Pensucola, 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. IVtersbure
.report that a rupture has occurred in the relations
ol the Government ot uussia and Japan, growing
out or the question or 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 goiug 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,
lie gives some information on certain points re
garding Pearl lliver 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
viway in order to open a safe passage into the river.
In order to do this it would probably require as
much or moie work aat 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 : ' Confusion has en
tered the enemy's camp, and they strive to induce
me to leave Pome, but I never will.-'
Madrid. Oct. 4. A dispatch received here from
Pampeluna. 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
17S9 and the tri-color. without which a counter
revolution would be an odious and revolting lie.v
New York. Oct. C. The lforOZ's special from
London says Thiers has given consent to the pro
posed fufion 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 ihe
Assembly, the entire Army, and an abundance of
money with which they have been bribing the am
bitions. Among the politicians, M. Rouher has
been promised a Baronetcy, immediately after the
restoration, which may now be considered beyond
a doubt n almost sure to come about soon after
the Assembly convenes. That Thiers should have
consented at last to an alliance with the Imperial
ists, is regarded as evidence of the rapid stride
which the Monarchial cause has been making, and
the urgent necessity for immediate measures to
preserve the now tottering Rupablic. ;
A special from Washington says that a private ;
2' -patch received from Paris definitely states that
tli.-crisis of the Republic is rapidly approaching, I
and that events may be precipitated at any hour.
1 he l.epuMican leaders earnestly appeal to their
friends in the United States to organize clubs and j
hold public meetings, with a view cf arousing fa- i
vorable and active public sentiment on behalf of 1
the Republic in France, and the deleat of the tie- j
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
tien. It is reported that one of the most remarka- j
Me points in the affairs of France is the alliance i
between some of those who represent soldiers and '
workingmen. and Prince Jerome Napoleon, who is .
supposed to desire to prove Limself more Republi- !
can than Imperialist. This idea is condemned by ;
the Radieal leaders, it is said, and will only be
considered by them as a possible mpans or securing
votes in the Assembly against the Monarchists, who
claim thai they have a majority of the French As
semblv. coin-rosed cf 738 Deputies, consquen'ly. "70
W'juld be a inaiQiity if every member were i:i his ,
place and ellvUU 'PH'. j
The Monarchists bav? d.-CM'.-d to attempt a mod- j
ideation of the Ministry, by the appoint""1"1' I
Changamier as Minister of War. M. De Ca 55 "' ;
ister of Foreign Affairs. '
J ne i aris .fiii)ml. a monarchical
IN lot! LB. KEGS.
ycy. tha: a :;, osa! tor the restoration of the fon-
' arcby .u the Lasi vf the charter ct 1514. wi'.l be
pre.-mted in the A-oiiibly at the c renins uf the
' Nr.iv Yoi;. .t jit. I'J. TLt? Louse of 1! Kan Jolph
,v ' puiienion is noticed, was 1 om coit s
York housv. The rea-oa of the lait-naiued
failure, as stated by lie head of the firm, was the
absolute impossibility of obtaining means due them
frii!i other parties.
To-day r.i.neteen failures Lave been reported.
Most ff the brokerage firms who suspended to-day
expect to resume business jn a short time.
Dispatches say that C. P. Bayard V Co.. one of
the oldest aud most reliable Crms t.f Philadelphia.
Washington. Oct. The proposition of Jay
Cooke A Co.. made known berv to-day. is to trans
fer ail their property, including ihAr individual
property and that of their wives to Mr. Rollin in
tru-t for their creditors, paying their liabilities in
." per cent, installments as'tbat sum shall be real
ized from time to time from the assets. It mts
with general favor ia this city. Mr. Rollins was
Commissioner of Internal Revenue for several
years, and is now President cf the National Insur
ance Company of Philadelphia, in which Jay Cooke
A- Co. were the principal stockholders. It is un
derstood that this proposition of Jay Cooke A Co.
also includes, in the opiaion of the creditors, the
taking of real estate or other property of the firm,
at its appraised value.
markwl II. f. 1.,
I K O X
KIM" K KT
UN K HKAVT SstfAKK -JLAS-S LANTERN
U.NK HYDRANT KEY OR WRENCH.
Are miing since the late fire on uuana Avenue. Any par
ties having possession of the above articles will confer favor
by leaving them at the tell Tower, cr giving notice of their
whereabouts. J. A. 11 ASilNUER,
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 1ST3. Chief Engineer II. F. V.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES!
TIIE INDERSIGNED BKCH TO
inform the public that he has taken the manage
ment of the -stock and Stables as above, where he
will hold himself n readiness to provide customers
LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S
4VIrL.E HORSES Ij
Horses Kept for Ladies Use Only.
SINGLE AND DOWLE CARRIAGES.
lIT'oxix ixi XXnucl.
Polite and Trusty Drivers will accompany the Teams if refuired
XT Orders left at the Office or at the Billiard Room ot the
Hawaiian Hotel with the aodersigaed will be promptly at
tended to. (orii Cm) J AS. DODD, Manager.
BROWN k CO.,
IMPORTERS AXI DEALERS IX ALES.
WINES AND -SPIRITS, AT WHOLESALE.
9 Merchant Street, o25 ly Honolulu, H.I.
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
MILITARY, NIVAL A XI) CIVIL
t a iii on,
King Ft., next door to Bradley's Barber Shop, Honolulu. o4 ly
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil
O -A- TNT JS
rMIIS IS TIIE OXL.V ABSOLUTELY SAFE
LAMP AND FILIINC EVER MADE.
Tfiutiiml.t of lamlllei toio vshuj this Lamp tut'ify
to Us ,Sipfrlorlt oi ir all other Lamps
hi use. because :
1 I. It is perfectly snfe from explosion, owing
to its scientific structure.
' -2. It will not break, being made of metal. j
:t. It is rendered priferlly rlemi by its patent drip j
1. It uses oiir-thiril less oil in proportion to the
lipid given, without odor.
.". It gives a much nore krillinul light, and more
steady than pas, at one-ttlh the expense.
BEST WINDOW SHADE IN THE WORLD !
'tills SHADE HAS TAKEN TIIE FIRST
M. PRIZE at the last Fair of the Mechanics' Institute in
San Francisco. Also, at the "State Industrial Fair at Sacra
mento, for 1ST1.
Manufactured from all kinds of Wood suitable for
Its fixtures work to perfection, and never get out of order
We paint in every color desired; it is also, a perfect imitation
of inside blinds.
TV. O. NEEDIIAM & CO.,
.gents for the Hawaiian Islands.
with J A.
Orders may be left w
S. CLEGHORN k V.n
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON
King Street, Honolulu, H. I.,
NEXT MR. BRAD LEI'S HAIR CUT
TINCJ Saloon, with gTeat respect informs the Oentle
tnen of Honolulu, and the ether Islands, that he has
A SUPERIOR LOT OF WEST OF ENGLAND BROAD
West of England Single Milled Doeskin!
Very suitable for Dress Pints for Balls or Evening parties.
Gentlemen who have had tietn declare it is a good luxury to
put them on, instead of the 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 cheane.u
Tailor in Honolulu his jbject is to do everything well and
good, so 89 to give satisfacion. This rule he strictly observes.
Having a good staff of woik people, he can confidently say he
will give an
Excellent Fit, tiood Wirk &. the Best of Trimmings.
A Mr. Cochran, a very fashionable Cutter and Workman,
who has been enpaped in the American Fashionable Cities of
New York, Philadelphia, ttwton and San Francisco, is coming
to Honolulu by the first veisel to join me.
Patterns ami Garments Cut upon the Payment
o2j of the jsual charge. lm
NEW GOODS from CHINA
VIA SAX FRANCISCO.
PER BARK J. W. SEAVER !
FOR LADIES :
'.! 'is- Xerhlacfs anl Bracehtt, Karrliujs ai,
Male of Crystal. Cornelian, Tortoise Shell, Gold anl Silver,
and Bird Eye EtyK
SILK FOR DRESSES
I'ongee. I'ina, ptriped, Checked aad as?orted 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
Oml !.'.' r ' V iSi'S !. n illlil V'i'S mHitloii .
White China Matting,
China and Japan Teas,
w o. if. 4c.
1 FOVG 4k ACIII CK.
13 Nuusn'i St . nsr Kim?
TIIE SMALL COTTAGE ON TIIE
VltL.V'C'-''L1 H'I I'l1 I l. I l.l ML Hll- T-t 'j
I.I. I'ERMIXS I N DKIJTKD To THE l.ATK ;
ALUISTE CLAVIE are rvqa's'.rj to make itcraed.ste
payment to the I iTsin.-J. ;,! k!l ah-., have claims ri.:i-; i
the said A. Clavie, decasej
t- prov:.: tftiti -:th rr is-r ;
vouchers a: the French C'.ru':i:
C-.Tii:l nd CVi3 is:iM,rr cf 1 r i .c
Cotsulile t l Frars.e at Il.ooluia. tv:. ;i. 1st .;. tcIS lm
FOR SALE OR LEASE !
M - COTTAKE ON
E. S PRATT.
THE VERV DEMRAl'LE PREMISES
located on Kukui street, and at r.reent or-runej t
tafcn D. Krewer, E i Enquire of
oeStf 111 oo -TANOENW ALD
TAX COLLECTOR'S NOTICE!
District of Kona. Honolulu, Oahu, 1S73.
MTAX HAVERS IN THIS IMsTKICT ARE
1 hereby n..ted that the undersigned will cutitaence the
Collection of taies t.r current year a: h-s c-See. ia Marine
street. Aier.ui, on SATCKDAV, 2'h instant. And in confr
tuity with Secliou Uti cf the Civil Code, ail persons hal.le t.
taxation are ten 1-y rired to make immediate payment of
Offite open etery Morulay, UrdiiesJav aud satnr
crdaj, from 9 A. M. lo I I. M.
ceo. 11. Lt ci:.
Tax Coll-ct.ir Honolulu.
Tax 0ce, 21st Urt. It:" nrCS lm
D. C. Murray fm. S. Francisco
JASKS OK ST. LOT IS II A MS,
Cases if Chicaeo Streaky Eacon,
Cases of California Smoked lieef,
Caes of California Cream Chees,
Cs. and Qr. Bxs. Cala Saloon Bread.
Tins Assttl. Cruekcrs !
Soda, Water, Wine, Milk, Wafer.
Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Cakes, Nieknacs
MEDALLION AND OINUER NUTS.
Cases .f Oswego Starch,
Cases of California 1'earl Hurley,
Cases of Qualiaucs,
Cs. Cutting's Devilled Hams and Tongues !
Cases Cutting's Beets, 2 lb. tins.
Cases Cutting's Turnips, ii H. tins,
Cases Cutting's Onions, 2 lit. tins,
Cases Cutting's Succatosh, 2 U. lius,
Cases Cutting's Apricots, 2 lb. tins.
Cases Cutting's Half Gallon Jar Gherkins,
Cases Cutting's Dried Pears !
Cases Cutting's Dried Potted I'lutus,
HAGS Ol' CALA. ONIONS,
CASES CALA. BEETS.
CASES CALA. Tt RMI'S,
Golden Gate California Family Flour !
Golden date Superfine Flour,
HEAVY OREUON OATS, superior article. OREOUN OATS.
For Sale by
oc25.1t II. E. McINTVRE &: HROS.
rj'IIE UNDERSIGNED AGENTS OF THE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY ,
Are prepared to issue Policies of Insurance against risks
of Fire on
Dwellings in and out of the City,
As well as on furniture therein,
A I Ihr Lowest Premiums) umI under the
in os I fuvornblc Conditions.
or25 lm F. A. SCIIAEFER CO.
THE SMEW STORE!
.TGOLGAN & JOHNSON
WOULD MOST RF.SIF.CTFULL' IX
forni tbeir customers of Uouoiulu and the Hawaiian
Islands generally, that they
TI st v o T-5, o in o a" o d
From their Old tand on Fort Street,
TO THEIR NEW PREMISES!
KAAIIUM A N" V STREET,
lilreclly Opposite Mr. G. .VrxfW Fire-Proof
liullillni. Hint tuljohtltHj Messrs. F. A.
Sr-haefer t Co.'s,
Where they will lie most happy lo wait upon Customers
needing anything in their line.
Our Stock consists of a very full and choice
EX LATE ARRIVALS !
Enxliah auil (ierinaii lilnclc. Blue-, llrowu
nufl Green Brontlclollia I
Blur-k uuil Blue Doe.kins,
Fine Snxony Wool 'onlin. various colors
Blarlt Trirol, and a
FINE LINE OF SILK MIXTURES
OF ALL COLOKt.
A Complete Line of Fancy Cassimeres,
Heavy, Light and Medium.
Uxxg-lir-jlx lal-uo 3?ilot Clotli
Be.lford Cord, suitable fir Riding Pants.
MOLESKIN OF ALL GRADES,
I lie Popular Wear of Honolulu.
White Linen Duck and Drill. Warranted all Linen.
White Cotton Cord, White Marseilles Yeotings.
SCARLET CLOTH, A FINE ARTICLE !
Mack Drap d"Ete, a fine article for hammer wear.
Black an l Col'nv.1 Italian Clot'i in prcat variety.
AND A VERY
Full Line of Tailor's Trimmings !
WE WOULD A l(
INFORM OUR WHALING FRIENDS!
that we are pr-par'-d
To O o 1 li i Si ii i I
at the Very Shortest Notice !
Anl at a very mall advance (,n K'-a-ly-made CL.thir.e.
We Have Just Received ex D. C. Murray,
A SMALL INVOICE F
ENGLISH CASSIMERES & BK. DOESKINS
'ulliu, AlK-riiiK iiitd Repairing Prouipllf
XT DON T VKt KT THE ADDREhS.
ici ."i lu.
ipj.r.fit Mr G.ijfry Rlci-E
The Land, House,
Piclnn an.l PrpmUio i.X U'lI k'tO"
lllliaw I SjiWSi W-rinniri-nii -"n - ...ilMa..
AVE TIIE I'LEASUKE OP ANNOUNCIM. THAT THEY HAVE KE-
ecived, Opened and Marked olf.
A BEAUTIFUL VARIETY OF FANCY GOO!
(iiH'iL, ICiii hi'ilhh -.., l'nt . tliiu ', .!
Sfnltcl-!, 7Yt turn in--:, 'isfi'. tV""x,
hinlft'tL n tf I'iii'n, lltlmlLt i'7ti' l'.
f VXV, yV".s
CihiTs, Hinf VV. ttrl
'tiittm ." Iiir!, Silk, 1
tfttlf Jtt't.S lllittti,
IN THE MANCHESTER DEPARTMENT
w ill uo t'ott ncl:
t'vitton, I'nion and Linon JSlKt'tings in all width; Tillow Linou :nj Cotton, 40 niul V. iiu'li,
Mosquito Netting", cxxirsc to fine in '.'0, ICO ami 10S itu'luHt;
White and UnbU'aeboJ Linen Table l;tiu:tiks, llurkalniok li;ij r arul Turkibli Towrl,
Bird's Kye and Kussia Diaper, TabU" Najikini. c'rashos, Libt iinkr in 1'nblcarln-J Cottuiin,
Figured White and IJrown Linen and Cotton Drilling.
Jeans and Twille, Window lhtllaiuiH, Drcs Holland-.
NEW MAKES IN HORROCKSES WHITE COTTONS !
not a irtielc of Stared or Ilntssinp- in tbem, WAKKANTEl'.
Tln-p ClotliH are new in thin Market, they require n wahillg U'fore making up by nn liine. V
S'U them nt L-8 than tliey can be urclri-id at Wholwtlc for.
Also, a Few Pieces of that Cambric Long Cloth, for Underwear.
FLANNELS Saxony, WM. (Jennan and Canton.
110,000 Varda of AF-wrted Printed Cottons :nul CambricY, n
every pieeo Varrantel to Wash and not change color.
C7 7'' VVv.s' art' its tint niiw
Ittiiliilti,v'It ftt r Wltoh suli Hi tail.
(Irenadines, Alpacas, Mcrinoe, t'aihincre:i, ColmrgM, .Shepherd and Fancy Plaid Woolens, Muhairn,
Delaines, Chalics, SatinetteH, HusHel C'ords and Heps. Tarlatans, Swiss Checks and St rii, l'.mk
.MiiElins, Victoria Lawns, Piques and Spotted Uoik, Cambrics and Nainsooks.
Sir-KS ! SIIKS ! ! SILKS ! ! !
V FULL ASSORTMENT OF HABERDASHERY !
FUJREIISHI BIG MS- O OBS !
India (!aiize. Merino. Flannel and Cotton Under Vests and Drawers. fD Dozen Kepatta, Silk Mixture.
Crimea, and Fancy White Dress Shirts, open back ; Harvard, Oxford. Florence, DieketiH, Dux, Cavalier.
Pall Mall, Index, Fnterorise and Went Fud Linen and Paper Collars. Fancy Scarfs, Tien, Dows and
Neck Ribbons. Merino and White and lirown Half llo: White Linen Suits, Tw-ed Suits. Pants und
Vests in Tweed, Drill and Ulack Cloth.
Hats and Caps in Straw, Felt and Cloth. Umbrellas and Rubber Over Coats !
PERFUMERY ! Nail,. Tooth and Clolhes Brushes I
CHINA MATTIKTG, CHINA MATTING !
Sample ol anything we have will be forwarded with the jjreatest of pleasure.
Gold Walch & Chain Missing !
OX WEHXF.SIJAV EVENIMJ. WHILE
the house of Her Excellency K. Keelikolani was luirn
In?, m v liolil Wstah anil Ch&in wen ta.kiii from iiiv
'I'as room in the house on the same premises. The watch
has a hunting case, winds at the stem, and was uiadi; by
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 either of them,
or give information that will lead to their recovery, will lie
suitably rewarded. W. P. LELEIOHOKI'.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1873. ol ,ll
TIIE UNDERSIGNED BEG To
notify their friends and the public generally,
that they have formed a Co-partnership
and opened a Shop on the Esplanade, oppo
site Hopper's Barrel Factory, for the purpose of carrying on
toe Dusiness oi
House Building and Carpentering !
In all its branches. Orders from the other Islands Uk Esti
mates or work, promptly attended to. Our long experience as
Mechanics in this community will, we trust, prove a sufllci.-nl
guarantee that all work entrusted to us will le executed in n
workmanlike and satisfactory manner.
A. W. SNELI.,
JOUN L. KINO.
Honolulu, Sept. SO, 1873. o4 .lm
fllHE SALE OF TIIE PROPERTY HE-
. longing to the Eatite of the laU V. CHANCEKEL, de
ceased, at Kwa, Oahu, previously advertised to be Oct
18lh. has been
Postponed till 12 M., Saturday, Nov. 1st !
oc!8 W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
! 4 CO-PARTNERSHIP HAS THIS DAY
1 m. been formed between the undersigned for the purpose of
' carrying on the uenerai t-lacksmitbing Kusmess, at their hhop
! on tne i-'spianaue. ia l lok & M L Kl'll V.
; Honolulu, Oct. 14, 1873. olS St
r"B 11 IK FOLLOWING ARTICLES HAVIXt;
I been taken from the liarracka at Honolulu, any
person giving information of or returning the same will be
, suitably rewarded. Four Chnssrpol Rillea, two
i Sword IlairsBrU and one Sword Bayonet
Scabbard. If any person is known to have any of the
above articles, or any other property belonging to the War
Department, in tbeir posBessian. and does not return the sauie
within thirty days from this date, they will be prosecuted.
JNO. O. DOMINI-!, Governor of Oahu.
Office of Governor of Oahu, Honolulu, Oct. 3, 1S71. oil
Columbia River Red Salmon
Of the Packing of 1873.
FOR SALE BY
e27tf II. HACK FELI) 4. Co.
WATER! WATER !!
IN CONEsiUENCE OF TIIE
GREAT SCARCITY OF WATER!
HOURS FOR IRRIGATING
From the GOVERNMENT PIPES will, until further notice, l.
restricted to TWO II OCRS EACH DA V, viz.
from 7 to 8 A. M. and from 5 to ii V. M.
This Regulation must bo Strict
prmkiina oj rreei is Mnrtly J'rohihi -..
Miperintndent Water W..rks.
VISIT IlllKSOAS ART GALLEIIl !
C I Fort Street, for
and Curiosities !
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PRINTS ! V
ready fpleinlid nHHortuient mitl
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IIAYSELDUN HKOS., Criterion JIousp.
LUMBER, JUMBER !
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
HAVE ON HANI! ANII FOR SALE.
TXTO3Ft' 7ST 33 S T
Boards, Planks and Battens.
Nor West Tongued and Grooved Boards,
Nor' West Surfaced Planed Boards.
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Rough and Planed Eoards.
Redwood Battens and Clapboards,
Redwood Tongued and Grooved Boards,
iiooiis, wlws m mm i
Nails, Locks, Butts and Screw,
OIL, WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINT,
Turpentine, Chrome Green,
Paris Green, Chrome Yellow,
Red Lead, Black Paint. Varnishes,
Burnt and Raw Umber,
Venitian Red, Yellow Ochre, &c. &c.
IOK PLANTATION lE.
WHITE ASH BOARDS & PLANKS,
FOR WHEELWRIGHT AND PLANTATION C.-E
WHITE EASTERN PINE
HOAK DS AND PLANKS.
.11.1 OTHER MM JIATERLllS !
LEWERS & DICKSON.
sein .1m ins.
DELLINGER'S PILOT BREAD
Just Received per Jane A. Falkinburg !
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