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eHppe, sfc.p Midnight on th, 26th, froa, Han frx.dK.; SHih.
BrfU.! .v.. Mtrr, r, frlMa ,Joej. Jw
Fo WntwiiB Post Per Kllaoea. July t7th 8
Flokham, wife aud child. O C Wiliiama and wife. Hon Mn
K:pt and daughter. Mr Church ard wife. Mr Yoacgibeoeg W
O Mmita. Sir Act.urk. llond. C Eckart and Mr
iarhrr m l w,fe. Miss ..iie lowers. O E Aiken. (I A Vide
tr.ano, Mr Macaulry, toil about fci iWk.
fled for public affairs who cannot rrovc a rigid
exemplification of the moral law in his private
The Telegraph Bill.
The Aoiknesk Wr. The following telegram
waa received in New York. June Sstb :
A letter from off the ennst r.i sniir, j
PLANTATION FOR SALE. JJ
The following is the Bill for the eneoarageasent of
Electric Telegraphy, in the amend! shape in which
it rwl T -o)m . ...J rrr.
7 1 AGRKKME!
1 ill ialiM B,tL U .
Ttfl AGREEMENT II RRKTOFORK EX-
i.Jl IStinr With W.M, WALLAl'H-r drliwrir.. 1 l
It is howcTcr true that such rr and inigniS-
April 19th. states that tbe Acbenese. on the nisrht ! t otirct.fc fed,, l cancelled r. -...-!"
i suvsvs are 4
Faoa Stdsst Per Margrrgor. July 2ath B Wrltuoi.and
-a in irsMiin sne sw. -. .
"ION at WA1TA,
onsl la terms.
FRIDJT. At'QVST t, ll"e
Ta arrivals fr u lutia ports durir.g the wek lave U
Aaful L.I. AiD'uru srboooer Alee lltake, trim Pan
rrnrico, wih Krr hrliM to C Brewer Ac Co ; Id.
oa tfhnnuft C. M. Wul, from (he gum Wands; lib, Pri:.l
teanwhip Tartar, fr ran Franclaeo, with merrhand.se t
Biaeter; tih, HawaiUn bt.-k R. C. Wjtle. Croat Bmwn, with
sneri-har. J:e (o II. Dar'.fl ! I A Co.
Tlx departures L Lrro it, J. A- Falaitbarg, tjt Port
Ua.1, O j ti. T. Tram, i r Tahiti; 6th, Tartar, Bjdarj;
Ilsydssnak. for Japan , acd 7tb, Lxiia, Tatiti.
Mr. E. r. Adams beUI a Urg- rA. u W lj, rtc,
InUj at Ur mot ol IJ.JiackfcU Co. Th at knJanc
waa arvtty f.UI, tkal price ruicd Ir.w. Ta aat JI b roo
licniMl oa Taaaday Kit, iVo leara Ikat aamplra of ww
g'Mda joac arnvtu will tx offral.
a ftici, Jaly nib.
St ti-Tlk r'guiar vmkly aucta aaira of ftrenad a r
t) Uilu tmi IM prcMoi. Tb orpy of VS ai of ail
graitra apara la b tamporanly carc. afurir.f Un wtk ma
inT.m t 0 kp Ilawaiiaa HuM from Ibe Vv a.luk3 ftmn
taiir baa Unpo aial at lle. Th doty pal waa 4r B.
Tat quality of iba Mogar waa very aaperv r. qiU anaarpavw
J ty any r bvfijr r-c;d ffioi la iaLabda. Uik aaa
of Hawaiian to lb t-n of S.OjO krg ar.ld in W-U at
tccorlwi to quality. Tb baga of dark rBairf aay 3 K5,
pr It. C. Murray, ( ar lAMaaarkac. Waqaaaatba
t.'aUAbraia R 'flurry prteea Cub acd Crmaard aod fine
Crnhd, 10i PuaJcraa. Vrit; Wet (.raDalalnl. 10r, oo a
crdil of O daya. kn 'ij off (r caab. Ttie Bay B'ftorry
cnotiaoca 14 mptly the market with tbnr wnpmnt Cobe eaatle
by tba farts patent ; tt la very wbita and bajuJaom', a fierfr-rl
fb, and ta a ry aataLM arttcle; it ia bewg ry gnratly
tctrodtarnl, and ia for anpermr to any Kaalrra Kfln'l; tte
prlr ia lie ta tibia. 1 ba Zphyroa fron Acajatla brought oa
l.Mt baga. Tba bark W. C. f arka frota ilxWuLa b at band
auk S7 baga and 6.4 1 kf Hawaiian, vbhHi convea t an
Corrta Imports fr.r lha wk for(ud4 the 7xhjfm Uvn
Arajuila. wnn 3.11X1 baga Central Ancricaa. Tue decline of
1c Y in New York a poo No. 1 Bio baa a dayraaaing eaTct
apoo lb narket bera. We ban no aalra nf importance to
record. Ilokteraaf prraa Ct Blea and .No. 1 Guatemala
are Una in eiacticg full ratea prime Oreena. VS'emiaa
very much an overland demand ttt oor aurjua importa. We
qonta Central American Creeca, UitCc. Tbe aleamer
Wincbeater Irora liaama and way pecta brtsga Ki baga Ccn
tral Americas breeca.
Rica We note a aala of S.OOO mala Un. 2 China, ex Orarl,
private qaixabia at 5fr. liawailan Tablo ia acarc at kW
Sc. 1jU mate So. 1 China aoid at "51c.
Pi lb V not aaJea of 1 bales Hawaiian at IwSlOic
pokt or zioi7oi.Tjz.-rj. n. i.
'l cbr t u.
1 topaail acbr Alice Ilaake, Thomas, 13 daya tin
.'Uarna, Bale, torn Kaa At Kao. Hawaii.
1 hr Jnanita, t; Uodcit, from KouUo.
2 flair Kilaoea, Marcbant, (ram Hawaii and Maul.
2 Hrar .Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Labaina, JIani.
2 8-hr Kinaa. Aha:hala, Oova liana, Maui.
2 H-Iir Mary Ellen. Jim, from Koioa, Kauai.
3 Am acbr C M Ward, Ricknan,8t daya fm llaker'a
3 Rrnr Prince. Reek, from Kona and Kaa. Hawaii.
3 Mcbr Jenny, it iliaa(i'r, taa Waimea A KCo, KauaJ.
3 iVhr II at tie. KUno, from NawUiwIli, Kauai.
J hr Warwick. Kalawaia. from Molukal.
Scbr Manm.kawai. blalaaao. from Kona, Hawaii.
Vhr Laka. Kaai, from Moinaa, Kauai,
a Brit atair Tartar, f errka, T daya acal 17 hours fm
6 vhr Kennk Asa, Kaukiao, Cram KooUa.
ft flaw bk R V Wyne. Walter. 114 daya tat Ereawo.
7 tehr f airy Uueea. Kaaina, from llanalei, Kaaai.
7 -br Nettie Merrill. Crane. from Labaina, Mini,
l-'inr Kiiaoea, Marebaot, f roan Hawaii and Maui,
a Srhr Old Fellow, Nika, from Waibee, Maui.
S ecbr Jaanita, C Uadoit, from Waialua.
1 -hr O.Jd Fellow. .Nika, for Waibee, Maui.
1 cht Fairy Queen, Kaaioa, fur llanaiei, Kauai.
1 br Warwick, Kalawaia, tot Kalaupapa. Molkai.
1 rrhr Kamalle, Bollr, fur Kolcai aY Wauaea, Kauai.
3 a. hr Acire, Puaabiwa. fur Kohala, Hawaii.
3 Am bkta J A Falkicburg. Brown, iur Portland, O.
3 Hiar Kllaaea, Uarrbant. for Maui asd Hawaii.
3 Sehr Mil Morrie. Lin a, tnr Motukai.
3 .-bf Pauabi. flop, fur HUo, Hawaii.
I Am arhr tieo Franc ia Train, Tccg.trnm, t,t Tahiti.
1 K hr Mary Ellen, Jim, Sir Maalaea, Maul.
4 Hear Ka Mot, Power, fur Kabuiui. Maui.
4 P.-hr I ilama. Bate, for Kona and Kao, Hawaii.
4 tr J nam la, c Undntl, lot Kooiao.
4t. hr .NettUi Merriil. Crane, fur Labaina, MauL
4 frhr Jmny, Ballitier, r Kotoa A W annra, Kauai.
4 H.-hr Kinau, Ahuibala. It ll ofvokahau. Maui.
4 Kebr W aiola, Kaeba, r Muioaa, Kaaai. .
5 rbr Prince, Berk, fbr Kona and Kao, Hawaii.
4 Jt. hr Rob Roy, Jim, foe Koolao.
II I R M a auaa corrette Ifaydamak, 8 Tiruitt.
Bm etmr Tartar. Ferrfea, Inr Auckland Ac "jdrvry.
Hl'wp I. It ankee. Clark, for liana, Maui.
ori. hr Warwick. Kalawaia, fnt Kalaapapa, SIoWkaL
hr Keoni Ana, Kaukino, fur Koclao.
- s'ehr Manookawai, Kalauao, r Kooa, Hawaii.
-H. hr I oka. Kaai. fur Moinaa, KauaL.
7 "-t.r An qk, Kololina, r llilo, Hawaii.
7 Tahitian bk I.ioia, lvrgmve, fur Tahiti.
Foa Haaatai fV-hr Fairy Queen. aila Ihi r u.
Fob Wdiwhd Potb firor Kila uea, aaila on Munday.
Foa Has Fa Jictaco Bk I C Murray, aaila on Monday.
VCtSEU IN I'ORT.
11 M Benecia, Captain Wm E Uopklna.
11 B M a aieam corvetta Camaleoo, A J Kennedy.
Am bk Delaware, Hind, loading.
Am bk U C Murray, A Fuller, blading.
Am Icpaall arnr A lie Ilaake, Thoouaa.
Am arhr C M Want, Kick man.
Haw bk R C Wylia Walter, diacbargiog.
Raroar or Mcwoohkb C. M. Whd, Ricawts, MtiTta.
Le t lluoolula Jane 11th. II ad light wind from the.NE,
which laated fir twelve boon; Ihea calm for aitteen hour;
then took light breea from tba caatward ap to tat 6 N, long
ISO 3 IV W , then bad liifht air and calm from tbe B to 8 W,
with heavy rain, laating for aiz day. Arrived at Eaderbury
I viand Jane 'ittb, wintla Eghl from tbe eaatward. Left there
for Baker1 I. land Jane 3Uth. win light from E.NK; arrived
at Baker' July 3.L Left there for Ilowland'a Ialand July 4th,
win.1 very light from the eaatward. arriving there July 6th.
Left there (" baker' Ialand July 6th, wind atrong from the
BE, arriving oeit day. Left Baker kr Honolulu the same
day, wind fresh fwen the eaatward. Arrived in Hooolula Aug
3d, after a passage of 27 daya.
RtroiT or STlaaaHtr TaaTaa, J. 8. Fcaatta, Cow.
MasDta. Left Market Street wharf at 130 r a July 2Sih;
pasard the Farralone IaUuds at 4 SO r u. Had fine calm
weather throughout the paaaage, arriving in Hooolula at noon
00 Wrdueadaj, August 6th. Time of paaaage from land to
land, 1 days and 171 boor. W. R. lloneaiaa, Pnraer.
, R-roaT or Baaa R. C. Wnit, WAinii, Mate.
First part of paaaage had cooaklerabie boiateroaa and a tor my
weather, but after entering the N E trades had a floe run down
to the R-o Plates eiperienced a very severe gale there from
feE. Haw a bark at about lai N and long 140 W, steer,
ing N W, bat could not get near enough to make out. where
arts waa bound. Off Cape Bora had mostly moderate and
One weather, and a great deal of calm to this port, where ahe
arrived Thursday morning, Aug 6tn. after a pasrage of
Faow tHi 01110 tataao Per C. M. Ward, Aug. 3d:
130 Empty Harrela, 80 bag Coal, if pkgs Sand. 157 ct Kail
Iron, 1 ba Old Metal, 1 bx Gaano Samples to F 8 I'rait.
Faow Baa Faasrtaco Per Tartar, Aag. 5th: 1 ee Pholo
floods, 1 do Glass, 1 kg Boda 10 M Dickson; 47 pkga Mdae, 3
cs Umbrellas, 1 do Hata to J T Waterbouse; 19 pkgs Mdae to
E O Halt Hont 13 pkg Furnitare, 2 c Caatuig to II R
Hitchcock; 1 rae Uooka, 1 do Medicine, 94 bx Preserved
Meats, t do Candles. pkgs Mdae lu Oidrr; tiz Fruita 10
BoUe Co; 1 caw Mdae, 1 do Fruit to E HoffachUeger A
Co; S pkg Mdae to C Brewer Co; 2 do Cilaaaware to E P
Adam; 1 do Mdae to F A Bchaefer at Co.
Faow Beewiv Per R. C. Wjle, Aag. 6th B07 pkg
Liquid a, 17 do Mdae, 73 do Proviaions, 27 bndla Iron Piping,
00 pkga Iroa Bhuttera, 1 cae Iron Good a to F A Schacfer As Co;
1 pkg Liquid, 1 cae Transit Inatrumenta, 602 cs Boer, 605
pkg Liquor. b7 Empty Barrels. 81 pkgs Mdse to Order; 16
rs Cigsrs, 126 ca Champagne, ioi pkgs B.-er, 6 cs B oka. 6 rs
Calf a kino. Id bales lleasiaae. S ca J-addies, 60 pkgs Oilmen'
F lores. 300 dnuwa Paint Oil, 11 nks Paint, 2 ca Cutlery. 60 rs
( c Irons, Ink Lanterna, 2 crates Tubs, a do Buckets, 600
bob Cement, to drams Caustic Bods, 6 hhd Ha u rep ana. 117
pkg Mdae, t3 bodl Ixoa Pipe, 1,0.0 do Hoop Iron, 6 pkg
4; bera. 6 cs Powder, 8d c V indow Glass, 14 pkgs Perfum
ery, &M do Liquors, 2 cs Soap, 60 ca tardives, luO kg Cruah
etl rlugar, 4 caka Palm Oil. do Rauins, 10 bl.la Pitch, 1 cse
Looking Ota, rs Chocolate, 60 c HaUd t hi, 7 r rrrserve.
1 ca Moatcal I nat' anient. 101 r kf 1 Candles, 'JO bb: Tar, 20
c Blue, Hi pkg Wrapping Paper, 1 rae I R Bails. 4 ca To).
131 pkgs Cordage, 2 hales Corks. 11,700 Slate. l.OuO Tiles, luO
nests bsaketa, 1 cas Kilract of Meat, 3 caka Alcohol, 10O dciw
iiohna Vinegar. 6 ca Gkaas. 15 cs Telkrw Metal. 10 kg Nail.
16 d Peas, 1 do Hardware. IIO Empty Containers to II Ilack
frUI At Cot 1 cse Cigars to 11 I Nolte; 1 cae Preserves. 1 cse
Clothing to J C Gl de; 1.203 pkgs Liquors to G Rhode; 2 cs
Hardware, S eak Iroa W ire, 1 do Rat Traps, 1 do Chains, 1
bale Mat to IhUir.ghara At Co; 2 rke Iron W ire, 10 kga llorss
Shoe. 1 cak Files, J crates Iron. 1 basket Vires. 3 cs Iron. 1
cafe Glue. 1 bale Mala. 6 rs Hardware to E O Hall 8m; 11
pkgs Lead. 1 cse Copper Tubing. 47 bndls Tatwa. 1 cse Hard
ware ts J t Av Co; 16 pkg MJse to E llorch rger A Co.
Foa TaatTi Per Ceo. F. Train, Aug. lit:
Molasses, pkga........ 12 Bchnapp, c.. 40
Hugar. kg 10O
Value Douieal.c. J350 47; Foreign... $107 60. .
Foa Pwarlas. O. Per J. A. Falkiabnrg , Aag. 1st. -
Salt, tons............. 04 liugr, kg....... 1,563
Valaw Uoaoesiic $12,51 64.
Fob Ivst Per Tartar, Aug. 6th:
Molaase. bbia. ........ 64 H moo, cs. ........... 100
Private rffeets, pkgs.. 4 fuar, mat 2,664
Pulu, hal.-a 90.
Valo-r -Domestic. .$I3,4UI 07; Fi.ti;n.......?,0jl.
Foa Tm rt Per Ionia, Aug. "Uu
Camphor Trunks, nest. fl Liquors, pkg... 201
Cattle, head 5 Mdse, pkgs 0
Cotton I-uck.bolU..... 4 Molasaes. bbls.. 40
Cordags, coils 2 Salt, bag 1"
Hay, ba es Id Tobacco, pkga..... 4
Iron, cse 1 Water, caka 20
Konlniel, C 10. ......
Value Domestic.. $3. 66; Foreign $4
Faoa Wisnwaao Posts Per KiUuea, Aug. 2d Uia E
J M Kr,G Wileon. J Lewera, E Jooca, W F CJonway, F
Aaatin, O Smlthie. W W Wilson, wife a J child, U Reiui
scharider, Nicholas George, G rtberman, G Annatruog. W U
I'ornwell, O Roberts, Miss C Hutchison, J E Kawatnoi and
wife, and 49 deck.
Faow Tm scaio island Per C. M. W ard, Aug. 3d 42
4 Foa PoiTtaso. O Per Jane A. Falkinburg, Aug. 3d II
Mclntyre, Jao Lewis, Ceorxe W"ion.
Foa WuiwAi roara Per KHaaea. Aug. 3d JuJge A
Fornander. Mrs M A Berkley. Geo Sherman, R W Meyer, L
Mrveram. Thoe Hughes, C B Morgan. Mrs Kitty Morgan.
u w. i Ht wire beui cmja. v n mikj. ""
children. O Armatrong, O J narria. II Ochoner, r. U Hall
fl Irwia. T F HayseWien. 51r M etaana, and About j deck.
Faow Pas ftiv ! o Prr Tarttr. Ang. 5h Coont dr
Ryarhkan. A t Urke. T AUon, arI J4 in tranaila for New
Z'a'aiid and Au.traliA
Fob fiixtr-Pr Tartar, Ait- 6th F W AnJ'rv.n ml
wife. Mr 'iiJ'-!:. lr Ku sr.t, w.t-: at. 1 la-Jglit-.r. aud 64 n
tranntj fr- ni l'rao.vo.
laoa Bsawaa P-:r B.C. W :.e, Aa;. Cth-ll Low.
foa TaHiri Pr I 'tUa, Av:. 7th Jaa Biira, Ja Eat all,
Jo B"-U-r. Ah 1:a3.
Faow Wiibs trv p..BTa Per Kilaue. Aofiat 8 E O
Hill an-! w.fe. Mr Ar. W E IM anl Wife. I lionoiwi. Mra
f..r...i.B J u M , . .1- ai.J cL 1 1. A Wiaht. M:es V sod A
u ?:.f i'el Z SiMidit.r. Mr Aiit). cr White. Thoe
Ev.Tt. C B Morjin. Mra C Cocket. Mr ti Sjrii At U deck
CMasni a At W a.iuhu, 31aui, Joiy ldih, BilCbd
Lta, gl 64 year ar. 1 4 moath. He n a native of l-ed-ysrd,
Connecticut, I". 8. A., and bad ben a resident of the
Bandwirh I. and. 31 yeara.
Taosraos At Koal's. O.bi, Augoit lt. WiLttaw,
yoangeat oo of the ute Jvhn H. Tbotnpaor., f"-l 4 years and
La an In ih. city, A-iuit 7:b. Mr. LtcacTia Sit Lacs,
willow cf W'illm Lad J, agd e7 years.
FrieoJ of the fans.ly are invited to attend the funeral er
vice at her late res'deac oa Xanaaa Avecae ihi afternoon at
La:f-paat 4 o'clock
SA T VR DAY. AUG VST 8 .
Subscription Notice !
We vvouM call attention to the cm
intncemt nt of Volume XIX of the Pacific
Commeuciai. Aijvektiskk on July 1th.
The fulncription priw is S.f"'! ier annum.
If pail for in advance, i. ., on or In-fore
the 31t of Julj, for the Islanl of Oahu,.
ami on or before - the ."list of August for the
other IlanU, $-"i.x
fm II LACK & AULD.
'-'fm LixisLATiVE Assembly will be prorogued
to-day at 12 o'clock noon, by His Majesty the
King in person.
Iiie Biennial Bill of Appropriation. appears
Lb full ia another column. It foots op $976,000,
-which is somewhat in excess of our estimated re
ceipts ; but it must be borne in mind, that legis
lation in regard to many items of an Appropria
tion Bill is merely of a directory character, and
many sums that have been voted may not be
called for In view of the disinclination to make
any reduction in our bill of expenses, we are6ur
i prised that no legislation was devised to increase
our receipts, which might have been advantage
oubly done. We doubt not that real estate, and
licenses, might hare properly been made to bear
an increased rate ; and in order to aid some of our
small struggling manufacturing indastrief, we
might very judiciously have imposed an increased
specific duty upon some articles of importation
which can be produced most advantageously by
our own artieans and laborers. And so, by all
these means, we doubt not there could have been
added another hundred thousand dollars to our
income. Wc cannot conceive why Ministers have
over-looked any kind of measure for increase of
Foroot IIibself. No King of Hawaii
CTtr to far forgot himself, as did our Sovereign in
a late appointment.' Tho Editor of the Gazelle
permits tire above remarks in bis last Wednes
day's issue ; and we have wondered wbat appoint
ment it could be that causes our toadying, if not
loyal ncigh!or, to call into question the discre
tion and judgment of the King. Can it be the
appointment of a man who, looking too cloeely
into the bowels of the earth for truth, forgets or
deniea iU existence in a (od in Heaven ? Or may
it not be perhaps the appointment of one who
seeks a means of subsistence in catering to the
sottish appetites of his fellow men? Hardly so.
Our intelligent Chief of the Nation will not dis
criminate for or against any of bis subjects on
account of the naturo or absence of a creed, or
on account of anv oecu nation which ia Ie?al
a -. . rt ... - f
noweTer mucn u may ouena me sense oi a pre-
tentious "morality" man, who would
and ruin the land with sumptuary regulations.
But we know of one, sitting in a Hawaiian
Council of Stale, who has reviled royal Hawaiian
names, and said things of noble Hawaiian ladies
in his taper, on his bulletin, and in hia private
e-pceeb, that should make him the scorn of every
honorable and higb-minded man of this Kingdom ;
and it may well create some reflection, and the
opinion of forgctfulnesa at the Palace, when such
a creature is allowed a place at the Council table.
At any rate, when this man permits a reflection
upon tbe Sovereign in conncqucnce of any ap
pointment, he certainly forgot himself.
" If we discern the temper of the people, the an
nouncement tt the names of any such will be ex
tremely hazardous to tbe peace of Hawaii nei, espec
ially at a time when, from every part of the group,
the tu uttering cf popular discontent are clearly
A statement so reckless and eo well known to
be devoid of foundation as the above, which ap
pears in the editorial columns of the Gazette of
this week, might safely be treated by us with
silent contempt as the harmless twaddle of imbe
cility ; but unfortunately it will be read abroad,
anting people who arc not acquainted with the j
y . -1 . l T - L : i -1 i x i :lJ
ira;me a cuumcier tor uureuuuuiiy, ttua inuu ty
will be likely, if uncontradicted, to seriously
injure our good name and to create a distrust ia
the Stability of onr government, which may prove
prejudicial to the interests of the country. We
dceire therefore to 6ay, in so many words, that
the muttcrings of popular discontent " which
' from every pirt of the group " are bo " clearly
audible " to the Gazette writer, are utterly un
heard outside of bis sanctum, and that with him
the wish is father to the thought. It is however
true that in his native paper, the Kuokoa, this same
writer, aided by the small circle of bis co-laborers,
has persistently striven by misrepresentation
and appeals to ignorant native prejudice to arouse
a feeling of popular discontent." And if,
among the unreasoning, unsettled portion of tbe
native people, w ho eo largely make up the floating
population of tbia city, these attempts prove suc
cessful, and there shall be bred such a " discon
tent " ati will lead to deeds of violence the sedi
tious teachings of the Kuokoa will unquestiona
bly be found to be the cause. But in every other
part of tlic group, outeidc of Honolulu, the
people arc industriously employed, and have
neither the time nor the inclination to become
" popularly discontented." Truly the Gazette
and Kuokoa arc evil birds, that would fain foul
their own nests !
Tuts are only two " of the pretentious
morality" jarty, although we have supposed
tlicre may be a score. We now really think, and
our thought is the opinion of others, that the
Gatettc man and bis old anti-cx!io henchman arc
the whole of a par,v that claims to rpcak for the
masses," the public," and the people of
bonest and sterling character," by throwing
out insinuations against adventurers," which
terra may be applicable to every foreigner in
these Islands, who may or may not have
floated hither to csca the gallows or the peni
tentiary." How far, or how nearly the editor of
the Gazette may Lave escnjed these inconven
icricies of the law, wc cannot say ; but that he
has narrowly escaped a justly deserved personal
chastisement on several Oceanians wc are tolerably
certain. What man, or what man's fatLer, or
mother even, is safe from the cowardly insinua
tions of a man who would publicly try to suborn
false testimony against his neighbor .' What is
to be thought of men who publicly boast like
dirtj informers, fpica and detectivef, tiiat tney ;
hate in the j igiti holes of their dck", i:cms j
pert-xining to the character or this or that man
in the eoinmunitj, and who Lave no other way
t j meet another's opjiotition in au election, or
argument in a controversy, but to threaten to
trot out whati know abont him?" Let such
wretches and cowarla come oat with their facts,
and x tbetn where they rightly belong, or be
silenced by an indignant community that must
naturally detest the professed spies, informers and
slanderers, that compose tbe " morality " partji
of which we are satisfied, " there are only two."
' Ir is a painful task to deal with a loatbe
eome subject, especially where the disease is of a
chronic and apparently hopeess nature. Tbe
Hawaiian Government publishes a newspaper,
(the Gazette) which from week to week exhibits
a moral turpitude and uatt of deceiuy, which to
say nothing of the demoralizing influence, refect
sadly on the credit and tlandinj of the Goccrn
ment. It has sunk so low under its present man
agement, aa to be not only unreliable ir. many of
its statements, but unworthy of support, and
would not receive any, were it not that some feel
obliged to take it for the sake of appearances ."'
This is what the present editor of the Gazette
said of that paper when he was in opposition to
it. About that time, said journal was in charge
of a highly respected resident of this city, and
subsequently of another gentleman, a social
brother who has passed away, (may God rest bis
soul) whose courteous spirit and kindly nature, as
known in bis character, and as evinced in tho
columns of his paper, were sufficient to cause
every thoughtful and generous souled ' person in
this community to laugh with scorn at the above
foul-mouthed diatribe, coming from a man who
was branded publicly before our Legislative As
sembly as a pig-beaded, persistent elandeier."
And as this base, habitual, cowardly back-biter,
carried his pitiful animosity to the grave of our
departed editorial friend, need we wonder that at
this day, this creature, whose only activity is in
the venting of tbe venom of falsehood, should
eschew all fair discussion, and fill his paper with
personal innuendoes and slanderous insinuations,
so that tlio very words which he uttered at one
time with drivelling mendacity against the
Gazette are now applicable to it in every word
What was before blatant meaningless talk, is
now true, that the Gazette is a loathsome
subject," affected with the chronic and hope
less disease " of cowardly slander. It sinks
weekly in moral turpitude," and want of dc-.
cency ;" and is so mischievous and utterly " un
reliable in many of its statements," that again
an indignant public will recall its subscriptions
and advertisements from a vicious sheet, so noto
rious for attack of character that no man will be
safe from its insinuations, and will once more
compel its editor to get out of the newspaper
business, as was done in 1870.
"TROT m OUT."
The pretentious morality " party, being sadly
exercised by tbe vigor and force of our discus
sion, has been running round for help, as shown
in the last issue of its organ. We havo ample
evidence that tbe genuine, simon-pure anti-coolie,
anti - Master - and - Servants - Acts man is again
yoked with the ' pig-headed persistent slanderer "
in opposing the views and measures of a Hawai
ian Sovereign, under a pretense of serving the
interests of tbe Hawaiian people. But as eucb
work can be better done in the sanctum at the'
head of Kaahumanu 6treet, than in tbe Treasury
Department, we Bay most emphatically to His
Majesty's Government, Trot biui out."
The Rev. F. Thompson's Basket.
f i 0ur community takes pleasure, whenever it gets
ance at a couple that have pulled together
happily unto tbe silver period, or at a preacher that
has done his duty, to get up a nice surprise ; andj
one of those chances occurred last Thursday event'
iijTi when a company of ladies and gentlemen,
assembled in the Lecture-room of the Fort Street
L Church in order to meet, with loving greetings and
gifts, tbe good pastor of llilo, who is here on bis
way to his old home in America. ' ' . '
We took hearty pleasure in bring ' present to
join in an expression of good will and warm regard
towards this giited preacher and pleasant gentle
man. We have delighted in his utterances of
broad and genial charity, that heartily took the
wayfarer and tbe outcast into the sympathies of
his soul. He bad been partly schooled in the
depths of the sea in ships, where peradventare tbe
depths of man's folly and weakness are largely
revealed, and now that he is advanced aft by the
Mister, he preserves a tender and generous yearn
ing to lift up all who yet toil before the mast
A generous deed is a joy forever, and comforts a
man amid all the crosses and evil dispositions of
his fellow men he may encounter hereafter. And
this evening must be an occasion to lire in the
Reverend gentleman's memory forever. In the
midst of a highly pleased and sympathetic? circle,
Mr. II. A. P. Carter in some happy remarks ex-
Impressed to Mr. Thompson the esteem and loving
regard of his numerous friends, who were to be
found in every creed and class in onr community,
and whose affectionate interest in his welfare, now
that he was about to leave the country, had induced
them to unite in a little gift to bless him and his
on his way ; and Mr. Carter then presented a
pretty flower basket, which enclosed in its tasteful
bouquet of blossoms, a sprig of mint from tbe
bank that sweetens our chequered life.. To this
the Reverend recipient replied very feelingly and
warmly ; and making allusions to one who eighteen
years ago, had led him to a higher and happier
appreciation of life : this person, our friend the
Rev. Mr. Damon, was called upon to say a few
words, which he did most genially. lie said he
felt some disappointment on account of tbe event
of this evening, as he had hoped that the pastor of
llilo should some day take up bis duty at the
Bethel ; and we shared his feeling of disappoint
ment to lose this worthy man from the country ;
and no doubt every one present joined in this
sentiment of regret, and united with Mr. Damon in
his happily uttered aspirations for the welfare of
vit departing friend.
This was altogether a most pleasiug and inspir
ing affair, and worth more than a great many days
of mere church service to soften and harmonize the
hearts of men. A cultivated and traveled stranger
who was present, a Russian gentleman, remarked
to us, that these sort of social reunions and exer
cises of active sympathies, where womanly taste
and refinement prevailed, were noble and dis
tinguishing characteristics of Anglo-American com
munities, which he had observed again and again
in tbe course of his widely extended travels. And
we thought, how beneficent is tbe spirit that
prompts the culture and refinement of our society
to afford, on occasions like this, a happy hour to
the passing stranger.
We may whisper ia the public ear that the sprig
of mint in the basket, was worth about $327.
Cut at Accommodation. The other day as the
steamer was getting ready to sail for San Fran
cisco, a savetnt applied to a carpenter on the beach
to provide a box for packing some shells and
curios going East A substantial box was accord
ingly made, costing, exclusive of the material,
halt a day's work for one man, and no little bother
in seeing it packed and shipped. Tbe savant ex
pressed satisfaction at tbe conclusion of the job,
and enquired the price. "Four and a balf." was
tbe answer and quite moderate it was. " Well'
said our savant, " I have only a dollar in my
pocket, ami 1 guess tnat will pay you. e need
j hardly add tbat be or sbe got tbe box for
A pl.i uter on cue cf the windward Islands writt
'Since the Bill fallowing distillation haj passed
the Legislature, I hive consulted Porter's work oa
sugir, and Wray's Tractical Sagar Planter. By
looking icto these books, and some others on the
manufacture of ram, I think you will soon be con
vinced of the advantage we may derive from distill
ing rum, under proper raaaiement. According to
Porter, we mty estimate on 82 gallons ram far every
hogshead of sugar, which it about 1800 pounds
weight. Porter gives the average returns for tea
rears of a plantation ia the Island of Grenada at 92
gallons for every hogshead. It should however b
taken Into consideration that in years past the West
India plantations paid more attention to the produc
tion of ram than to quality and quantity of sugar.
They did not rebcil molasses, but boiled high the rst
time, and drained off the molasses which with skim
mings and washings, went to make tbe rum. VVray,
vho as a sugar, maaofactartr stands high . above
Porter, does not give the lare proportion of ram to
sugar. After having passed his concentrated juice
through animal charcoal filters and boiled and re
boiled it in a vaeuum pan, he gets 12 gallons rum
to 1800 pounds of sugar he gives only the estimate
of sugar and rum from on crop, from which I take
my figures. . He says that by carefully pursuing his
plan he has known rum of a month old to sell as two
or three years old rum. a ' .-
There is one case in which it will much benefit
us to have a distillery on t'ae plantation, and that is
this: we have frequently cane knocked down by
Kona storms and heavy northerly winds ; that will
lie on tbe grounJ and become damaged, rat-eaten
and unfit for making sugar.' We miht at the end
of every week pick op all such oaae, run it through
tbe mill and let it go into the distillery and convert
it into rum; such rum would be of excellent quality
and flavor, as the juice from which it is made has
not been boiled and reboiied, and what pare sugar
there is in auch juice in solution, although unfit for
granulation on account of a too great quantity of
extraneous matter combined with it, would never
theless prove a very valuable agent in making rum,
much more so than the saccharine matter in black
molasses washings and skimmings. I have often had
instances where about half a crop of cane was left on
the ground as damaged, sour and unfit for making
Bugar of; and I cannot help thinking that a still
would make up to a considerable extent, for the loss
in sugar thus sustained. I think that in the district
of llilo planters in this respect will be situated in the
same way. .3
What a still would cost and also the loss we have
got to meet before we learn to distill, is the most im
portant part for consideration in making rum manu
factare pay; but it seems to me, to judge from prioes
20 years ago, that if we add 100 or 150 per cent, we
may still have an affective apparatus at so low a
price that in an economical point of view, we will
find that the distillation of rum will, pay us. There
will of course be a great deal of prejudice and cant
to fight against; but I fail to see that planters can
make the world better by making themselves poorer,
and I should like at no distant date to go into the
distillation of. ram, having previouely.asoertained
whether the first outlay for still, &c, will not be at
too great a cost to make the matter practicable."
makino specific ArrsoraiATioss roa the use of the
OOVCt.tVKMT DUSIMO THE TWO VSABB, WHICH WILL E!tD
WITH THE THIBTT-FiaST DAY OF HABCH, IB THE YEAR
ONE TUOV8ASD EIGHT llt'k'DBED AND BE VEHTY-B1X.
Be it En icfrrf 6y e King and tke LtyitMivt Aembhf
o f the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legislature of tke King
dom asaembttd :
Section 1. Tbe following sums, amounting to Nine Hundred
and Seventy-aix Thousand Three Hundred and Three Dollars
and Eighty-seven Cent a, are hereby appropriated out of any
money in the Treasury for tbe service of tbe Biennial Fiscal
Period, commencing with April 1st, 1874, and ending with
March Slat, 1S.0, viz :
r Civil List.
Ilia Majesty's Privy Turse and Royal State.:!...
Ilia Royal Highness Prince Lelciohoku
Ilia Majesty' Chamberlain aud Secretary
Permanent Settlements. :
Her Majesty Uuecn Euima
His Ex. P. Nauaolelua
Hi Ex. P. Kanoa
j LEUlfLATlRE AND PRIVY COUNCIL.
Expenaea legislature, 1S74
fVcretary Privy Council
Stationery and Incidentals Privy Council
Salary of Chancellor and Chief Justice
Salary of First Associate Justice..... ........ ......
Salary of Second Associate Justice
Salary oi Clerk of Supreme Court
Salary of Deputy Clerk Supreme Court
Salary of Interpreter of Supreme and Police Courts.
Salary of Circuit Judge, Maui
Salary of Circuit Judges, Hawaii......
Salary of Circuit Judge, Kauai
Salary ol Police Judge, Honolulu..
Salary of Police Judge, Hik....
Salary of Pclice Judge, Lahalna...
Salary of District Judge, Puna, Hawaii
Salary of District Judge, Rau, Hawaii
Salary of District Judge, N. Kona, Hawaii
Salary of District Judge, 8. Kona, Hawaii
(If both offices are held by one Judge, $900)
Salary of District Judge, N. Kohala, Hawaii
Salary of District Juilge, 9. Kohala, Hawaii........
Salary of District Judge, Hamakua, Hawaii........
Salary of District Judge, Wailnku, Maui
Salary of District Judge, Makawao, Maui..........
Salary of District Judge, Honuaula, Maui..........
Salary of District Judge, Hana, Maui. ....... ......
Salary of District Judge, Kaupo, Maui 000
(u bom otnees are neid by one Juuge, ji.ow)
Salary of District Judge, Molukai..
Salary of District Judge, Lanai
Salary of District Judge, Ewa and Waianae, Oahu...
Salary of District Judge, Waialua and Koolauloa, Oahu
Salary of District Judge, Kooluupoko, Oahu
Salary of District Judge, Hanalei aud Anahola, Kauai.
Salary of District Judge, I.ihue, Kauai
Salary of District Judge, Koloa, Kauai
Salary of District Judge, Waimea, Kauai.... ........
Salary of Clerk 2d Judicial Circuit Court..
Salary of 1st Clerk 3d Judicial Circuit Court..
Salary of 2d Clerk 3d Judicial Circuit Court.
Salary of Clerk 4th Judicial Circuit Court
Stationery and Incidental fur all the Courts, inclusive
of expenses of printing and postage..
Expenses of Supreme Court
Expenses of Court, 2d Judicial Circuit.... ...........
Expenses of Court, 3d Judicial Circuit ...... ... ......
Expenses of Court, 4th Judicial Circuit..
Purchase ol Law Books...
For Services of J. W. I kumea, aa District Judge, to
March 31st, 1S74
Foreiox Affairs and War
Salary of Minister
Salary of Secretary
Odice Expenses Foreign Agents...........
Postage and I ncidental .............................
Expenses of Foreign Missions
SaUtry of Charge d'affaires, London
Supiiort of Military...
For the Relief and Return of Indigent Native Hawai
ian from Abroad
Salary Minister of Interior $3,000
Salary Chief Clerk 4.000
Salary Second Clerk 3,000
Salary Governor of Oahu............................ 3,600
Salary Governor of Maui................ 3.600
Salary Governor of Hawaii........................... 3,600
Salary Governor of Kaaai 2.400
Salary Clerk Governor of Oahu............ 600
Salary Clerk Governor of Maui 1,200
Salary Clerk Governor of Hawaii........ ............ 1,200
Salary Clerk Governor of Kauai boo
Salary Jailer Oahu Prison 3.000
Salary Water Superintendent and Clerk of Market.... 3,600
Salary Post Master General,
Salary Firat Clerk Poal-cfficc
Salary Second Clerk
Tay Post-masters, Hawaii
Pay Post-masters. Maui, Molokai and Lanai.
' Pay Poat-masters. Kauai.
Pay Mail Carrier.
Incidentals for Post-office
Pay Road Supervisors
Pay Keeper of Royal Mausoleum...........
Pay of MesseDgers.i ....
I ucidentala Interior Office
Purchase of Road Stock
Koads and Bridges of the Group...............
Traveling physicians aud nurses
General expenses Board of Health
Expenses Drs. Powell and Akana for curing leprosy. .
Insane As) lum.
Expenses of executing the law lo Mitigate
Aid to Queen's Hospital
Government survey iiig. ....................... .....
Support of prisoners
Fire Department, Honolulu
Interpreting and translating..........
Expenses llurcau Water Works
Inter-island steam navigation
Runninc expenses steamer 1'cle
Subsidy to Vessel or Vessels to run between Molokai and
Anchors and tmoy. . ..............................
Dredging Honolulu harbor...........
Repairs of wbarves
Fencing steamer wharl.
Light-house Lahaina.... ...................... .. ...
Repairs Government building
Stores and warehouses............. ................
Lock-up N. Koua, Hawaii
Improvement of present Palace and Grounds
Encouragement of agriculture and immigration
I AVater supply for Honolulu. .r...
Finishing New Government Building... 10.000
Kent oi wharf lot 2.!
Insuring Hawaiian Hotel l.feS
Temporary Allowance to the VI iJ.w of the late Hem.
J. W. Loooaea. ....................... .......... 400
Wharf and extension of the II kvu'u market 3.000
Improvement of boat landing at Pelekunu, M jtokai .. 5O0
For Damages ta Personal Property Sustained by tu
Riot of February, 12tb, 174 191 63
ETpeu.- Rcyal Pr greas, 1S74. 3,313 07
Raliry el Minister '. $ S.S00 00
Salary Registrar of Public Accouuta 4.000 00
Salary Collector General 6.O0O 00
Salary Deputy Collector.. 3,000 00
Salary Surveyor and Guard 2.400 00
Salary Store Keeper S.400 04
Salary Statistical Clerk 2.400 00
Assistant Guard Honolulu and other porta 1,800 00
Incidental of Custom House 1,500 00
Salary of Collector, Kawaihse 300 00
Balarv of Collector, Kealakekua 100 00
Custom House Bnat 600 00
Hospital fund, (estimated receipts) 5.000 00
Pay of Tax Assessors net to exceed 5 per rent 1.250 00
Psy of Tax Collectors not to exceed 5 prr cent. .... 1.1.500 00
National debt falling due 23.400 00
J atsssai oa national et . r. ; . 0O.O00 00
Incidentals Finance Department 2,000 00
Salaries due and unsaid as per Table C." 1.263 17
Expenses cf Commission fur Codifying the Lawa of
le kmgijui...,. ................... ........... 3M M
Attob.net Cmciil's DcraaTMsNT.
Salary of Attorney General .( 8.000
Saiarv Attorney General's Clerk 2.400
Salarv of Marshal 6.000
Salary Sheriff of If awafl 4.000
balaxy Clerk of Saeriff of Hawaii 4 - 1,000
Salary Sheriff of Maui... 4.0
Salary Clerk of Sheriff of Maui 1,000
Salary Sheriff of Kauai.. - 2,500
Police of Hawaii 10.296
Police of Maui.. tJ2i
Police of Oahu 43,60
Police of Kauai 3.4oa
Apprehension of criminals 2 000
, t,J 00
" '- DraEAt- or Pianc Iksthction.
Salary of Inspector General $ 4.000
Salary Clerk ol Board 3,600
Support of Hawaiian and English schools, providing
tnat no part or ibis sum snail be expended by tbe
Inspector General of Schoois for traveling expenses. .
Support of CloBunon School .......................
Printing Hawaiian Geography.......
Reformatory 8c hoot.......
Building new achool houses.........................
Endowment of scholarship.........................
Maintenance or isaueaal Museum
Stationery and incidentals..
$ 66,000 00
......... 67,070 00
Permanent Settlements .................
Legislature and Privy Council
Foreign Affairs and War...............
Attorney General' Department.......... .......
Bureau 01 ruDuc instruction. ...
Section 2. The Minister of Finance shall credit the appro
priation of tbe last Biennial Fiscal Period all the amount ap
propriated by the Act, approved the 29th of July, A. D. 1872,
and remaining unexpended 00 the 31st day of March, A. D.
1874, not otherwise re-appropriated, and such amounts ska'!
be deemed no longer available for the object For which they
were originally appropriated.
Section 3. The Minister of Finance shall continue t pay
the salaries appropriated by this Art, Uie compensation of sol
diers and constables, the compensation of school teachers and
Ihe current expenses of the Bureau ol Education, theexpenses
of the Fire Department, of the Supreme and Circuit Courts,
Kxcbeqaer bills and Government Stocks, and the interest ac
cruing thereon, until the 30th day of June, 1876, unless new
appropriations are made before that date.
Section 4. The Minister of Finance shall not cause or al.ow
to be paid from the Treasury any money for objects not pro
vided for by this law ; Provided, however, that all sums tem
porarily deposited in the Treasury, for which certificates ol
Deposit are issu'-d, and the interest thereon, may be paid when
due, without special appropriation for that object.
Section 6. It shall be lawful for the Heads of Departments,
in cases where special appropriations may fall short, to apply
to same the surplus of other special appropriation in the same
Department, not required to be expended, so aa to makeup the
deficiency ; each Head of Department duly accounting to the
Legislature for such transfer ; but ia no case shall appropria
tions for internal improvements in one Gubernatorial division
be transferred to another. - -
Section 6. No person holding more than one office for which
salaries are provided, shall be authorized to draw for more
than the salary of tbe highest grade of ofllce held by him, if
the salary of any office held by him shall amount to Two
Thousand Dollars or more per annum, and he shall be entitled
to no other or further compensation.
Section 7. This Act shall take effect from and after the
date of its passage.
Approved this 1st day of August, A. D. 1874.
Sailing" of tue Haydamack." Our gallant
Russian friends, after a stay of twenty-five days,
set sail on Thursday afternoon for Japan. Wm.
Pfltiger, Esq., Acting Russian Consul, bade fare
well to Capt. Tirtoff and officers outside the reef,
and on leaving the ship was saluted with seven
gnus. The visits of such ships as the Jlaydamack
are welcome on several accounts. not the least
among which is that they are good customers, tbe
. having disbursed not far from $20,000 during
her stay of less than a month.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE tbat the Rev'
FRANK THOMPSON will hold divine service in the Lyceum
on Sunday next, the 9th Inst., In the morning at 11 and in the
evening at 7J o'clock.
After the Dally Adjournment o
the Police Court, I shall be at the Office o
Messrs. Lenehan & Co., on Queen Street,
where I request all communications on tbe business of
that Court may be brought ; and where I shall be happy to
attend professionally to all Law and Equity Cases in the Su
preme Court as an Attorney, Solicitor and Proctor, and to
Conveyancing in all its branches.
Honolulu, ! J NO.1 MONTGOMERY.
31st July, 1874. 949
;4 (practical dairy farme
&' 9.0 4t Apply to J. H
WELL CIRRI) MAMEME II AY
in bales of about 200 lbs., weight, tor tale at 1 1-4
cent per pound retail, by
950 3t FREIL & LAINE.
71RESH CALIFORNIA LIME
EX D. C.
FIREWOOD, BEST QUALITY!
950 8. C. ALLEN.
MRS. 0. COLEMAN,
MISS HATTIE A. CASTLE.
WILL COMMENCE A DOTS AND GIRLS
SCHOOL for instruction ia the Common English
branches, and the French Language, on MONDAY, AL'GCBT
1' th, at the RESIDENCE OF MKa. C. A. CASTLE near the
residence of Mr. C. E. Williams, on the Plain.
Tuition In English liraBcbrs, 75 Cents
per Week, and including French, $1.00 per week.
MRS. CASTLE will taLe a few pupils upon the Piano.
949 3t -.
FOE SALE !
sfasfasfB CORAL STONES. MORE OR
JaVrlJVF less, at the old BCNOALOW.on Richard
Street. Tor particulars, enquire of
943 3m W. B. BARNES.
J. T. WATERHOUSE
BEGS TO CALL THE ATTENTION OP
the public to the
LARGE ASST. OF HEW GOODS !
JUST RECEIVED PER STEAMER
A LARGE PROPORTION IS
IMPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR THE NO. 10
STORE, the following among many other lines too numerous
Ladies French Kid Gloves, in all colors;
Gent's Drab French Kid Gloves,
Swiss, French. Madeira fc other Edgings in great variety
Real Maltese Lace,
Ladies' White and Colored Straw and Leghorn Hat of
the newest styles.
Rich Black Silks, gros-graio, 4e.
New Dress Stoffs, French Muslins, Ac, Ac.
FAaCY GOODS !
As Ribbons. Collars and Cuffs. Sets, Bows, Ruffle., Tritnrninirs,
Ornament!, Ac, 4rc.
AT THE LOWER STORE !
Horroek's Long Cloth, Grey Calico,
Brown and White Linen Drills, Fancy Crimean Shins,
i ani-y Regatta and White Long Cloth Shirts,
Oxford and Harvard Shirts,
White and Brown Cotton Dose,
Lace Shawls, Queensland Wool, Tartan. Ottoman and Shet
land Shawls. Printed Muslins, Batiste, Ac, Ac.
White and Scarlet Flannel.
ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING !
Confuting of Fsncy Vests, Coats, Ac. te.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
AND OTHER DESIRABLE GOODS,
OX THE ' 'MOST ' itEASONABLE TERMS
PIEASE TAIL AID ISSPEtT- 0111
H. HACSCFELD &CO.
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
GOODS HOW LANDING
' EX -V "
HA'W'N bark r. c. wylie
. 115 DAYS FROM BREMEN.
Tink Pad Priati . Fanoy Prints. .1 : :
Dark Fancy Prints; Shawl Pattern Prints,1 4 J
Chintz Prints, White and Black Prints,
Turkey Red Cotton, Assortment White Cottons,
Assortment of Brown Cottons, Blue Cottons,.
Brown Cotton Drill, Blue Cotton Drill,
Heavy Blue Denims, Hickory Stripes,
Blue and White Tickings,
Blue Twilled Saxony Flannel, Black Cobourgs,
Black Eilk Alpacas, Waterproof Tweeds,
Linen Sheeting, Cotton Sheeting,
Woolen Blankets, Brown Cotton Socks,
Ladies' White Stockings, Mosquito Netting,
Victoria Lawns, Linen Handkerchiefs,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Cotton Huck. Towels, "
Black and Fancy Silk Neckties,
Black and colored French Merinoes,
Lace Shawls. Linen and Cotton Thread,
Patent Thread on cards.
Fine Cloths and Cashmeres for Coats and Pants,
Fine Black French Serge,
Bedford Cord, Twilled Silesias,
Twilled Cambric, heavy Canvas for Lining,
Assortment of Burlaps, Sail Twine.
Fine Assortment of Clothing.
English Saddles, French Calfskins.
Lubin's Extracts, Eau de Cologne,
'Macassar Oil, Fancy Soaps.
Black Jet and Fancy Ornaments,
Necklases, Crosses, &c, India Rubber Balls.
Fine Scissors, Common Scissors, Sheep Shears,
Pen and Pocket Knives,
Coco Handled Butcher Knives,
Charcoal Box Irons, Tinned Lanterns,
Galvanized Iron Washing Tubs,
Gaiv. Iron Buckets, Galv. Iron Pipe, 1 & 1 in.
Saucepans, Spurs, Hoop Iron, Rivets,
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Composition Nails.
Toilete Mirrors, Feather Dusters,
Harmonicas, Accordeons,' Gold Borders.
Gun Powder, Market Baskets,
Wrapping Paper, Nuremberg Toys,
Tumblers, Polar Oil, Caustic Soda,
Portland Cement, Flagg Stones, Slates,
Fire Bricks, Pipe Clay. .
Hubbuck's Linseed Oil,
Hubbuck's White Zinc Paint.
Black and Green Paints, Red Lead.
A full assortment of German, French and Eng
Liebfg'a Extract of Meat, Candles.
Castor Oil, Epsom Salts,
Tar and Pitch, Cordage, Corks,
Empty Petroleum Tierces,
Empty Syrup Tierces.
Assorted Clarets, Rhine Wine.
Boutelleau's Cognac, 1 to 4 diamond,
German Ale, quarts and pints;
Jeffrey's Ale, do. do.
Jeffrey's Stout, do. do.
Lager Beer, do. do.
Bavarian Beer, do. do.
Genuine Holland's Gin,
Alcohol in 1 gallon demijohn.
HAVANA & GERMAN CIGARS.
A few Regular Clocks,
A SMALL INVOICE OF HEAVY GOLD
&c. &c. &c. &c. ic.
The Tradr are Invited fa Inspect lne-e New
Gawds, which a re now be-In h Opened
nt onr Starr.
H. H ACKFELD & Co.
TAHITI COCO A NUTS!
JL'ST RECEIVED, 3.000 COCOA NUTS,
from the Society Island, SPROCTED and Huitahlr for
PLANTING ; a few large sited, for Polishing.
SXStf For?lel.y CHAS. LONO.
STOCK, .IT SOS.' 9)1 97 K!G ST.
GROCERIES ! I
v,VK HAVE RECEIVED "I'KR BKt'K.M
T ARRIVALS FROM AN FRANCISCO, A ,
Choice Lot of New Goods ! '
And Invite a Call from 9.11. " '
Aaies anJ Dupi' lisass. not Oregnni fanokrd Beef, '
Lard In S and lk. lia rH, Bone ia , not
K.I am Cheese, While Macaroni,
TRY Ol'R WII1TK CRVFIlRn WHEAT. Welter evrrj'f
respect than Cracked Wheal ( ,' ,
Attec Pinole, Pi. klrd Limes,
I'uret's Olir Oil, Fluffed Peppers, (
OREGON CORNED DEEF & PORK
Family Crauberry Sauce, . Apple "saee,
C O F E E E I V H A R H O la D t
THE BEST JAPAN TEA IH01U !
ilatard's and Underwood's Petted and refilled Meals.
German Herrings, Rologna and Oxford Pa uaa,--a, '
American Clnb Fish, .
. . lkxitlesa CoUUsh, Cod Jhala,
-WAILUKU TABLE SYEUP, SPLENDID
Xl'TS UP ALL KINDS.
RA1SIS, MAPLE M'OAR,
CLAMS, OYSTERS, BARbLNKS, k.TC. ; .
CALA. POTATOES & ONIONS !
.' Honey, Rye and Buck wheat Hour, Etc., Eta.
1.950 21 , FREIL A, LAINE.
) ICE NOTICE!
MI AGREEMENT HERETOFORE Ex
isting with W. M. WALLACK. for delivering Ice aod
Collecting liills, is cancelled by saalual consent.
Hereafter Ice will be sold by the Cake, naif Cak and
Quarter Cake, froaea lo I In at as me dimension a fisTaerly.
The prlee will be for W hole Cake, One lollsri for Half Case.
Fifty Cents; aod for Quarter Cakes, Twenty fire Cents.,
The Ice Wagon will leave lha Factor? at b) A. M., and Si
P. M.. under charge of Mr. OKOKQK MARTIN, who I au- '
tborized by me to collect weekly bills every Tueaday.
ITT Orders left with the driver, or at the Factory, wtM b
attended to. DAVID SMITH,
949 3m " Proprietor.
TO LET. OE FOR SALE! "
Ml' COTTAGIC AM CJARIiEKs AT :
the entrance, of I'auoa Valley, Willi sight of way ta
the government road. The building containing four
rooms Is as good as new.
See Photographic View at H. M. Whitney1 and at Chase's
Gallery. apply to
. Jul3 3m It. HCHMUVf.
TO LET !
TIIK HOUSE AND PRKMIftK ON1
Richard btreet, opposite the Hawaiian Hotel, tbrtnar. .
ly occupied by Mrs. Green. A very pleasant location.
Possession given Immediately.
; JnlS Apply to ' 3. II. CONKT. '
CITIZ KIN'S AMU R ESIOKNTH OF IIONO
IX" LI', Visiting -FrMMKls sm4 tUewnrava Sfnerally are
cordially invited to attend Pulilio Worship at FORT ST.
CUL'RCII, where services are held srery Hal. bath at II o'clock,
A. M., and 7 1-2 P. M. Heats are provided lor all who may be
pleased to attend. There is a Wednesday evening Prayer
Meetiug at T 1-2 o'clock, In the Lecture room, to which all ar
' welcome. ap4 ly
TMIE I'CHLIC ARK IIRRKRV NOTI
fled tbat JOfKl'il MCHALrKV has no authority to
sell any Leather or material made at the KALAUAO TAN.
NKRY, nor to Incur any exponditore on account of the same
except through the undersigned.
J. I. DOWSKTT.
Honolulu, March 17, 187S. mh22
POR SALE OR TO LET !
TIIEHOrjSE AND PREMISES LATE
LY occupied by Rev. J.I). Paris, situated near Pane
hou. Knqulre of
Jy J. P. PARIS ore. B. DOLE.
TO LET !
A COTTAGIC ADJOINING THE COL
lege llull.llng at Punahou. Good accommodations fur
a large fatally. Carriage House, etc.. water laid on.
It has a large yard. For lurtlier partlei lars. apply to
my 23 . 8. N. CABTLK.
TO BE LET.
THE TWO FINK CAPACIOUS STORE
in the Chsrlton Wharf Prrniisea. for particulars
JuKl -apply to UOl'FRKV RHOL-PJ).
TO LET OR LEASE !
m THOSE D ESIRA I1LK PREMISES ON
p:w Alakea Htreet, formerly occupied by . A. P. BRICK -t
lm WOOD, Ksq. For Particulars apply to
lei If J. V. LEMON.
PLANTATION FOR SALE.
THE SUGAR PLANTATION at WAIPA,
K A TJ A 1 , is offered for sate on reasonable term.
For particulars. Inquire of
P. ISKNRF.RO, LIhue, Kaaai,'
Or CAHTLE t OOOKK, Honolulu,
SIGN OFTHE BIG WATCH
NO. 3 FORT STREET.
At thr Offlee formerly occupied hy Jhr. (Jnmirun.
Now Watch Maker's Shop!
R.C. hlliUV HAVING HAD MAN
years experience in Watch Jolitung in all its branches,
solicits a share of the patrnnara of the cltlcena of
this King lom; fine work beior a specially, arid astisfactlas
guaranteed In all rases. Being associated with Mr. E. SMITH
for Ueneral Jobbing purpose, we are prepared t do Hdva
Plating on old work, both oa Oerman Silver or Britania. wbica
can be made aa g od as new, and at very much less price.
Will also repair Masie Boxes and Sewing Machine, manufac
ture Canes, Kmblems, Set Shell in Oold, Rilver, Ac., in abort,
will mend any small thing tbat is broken ia Oolr", Silver,
Brass. Steel, or Ivory.
m KIBPY h SMITH.
WHEREAS TnE UNDERSIGNED UAVINd
been duly appointed Administrator pro tern, of the '
Estate of SILAS CH ANILKR, of Wailuku, Maui, deceased,
hereby rives notice to all person having claims against trie
said Silas Chandler, to present the same, properly authenti
cated, within six ruor.ll.s from date, or Ihey will be forever
barred ; and all eraons indebted lo the said Kit ate are re
quested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned at bis
residence at Waiiuku, Maui.
Administrator pro tern, of the Estate of Silas Chandler.
Wailuku, Maul, July 15. 1W7. Jy26
JOHN S. WALKER &. SAM t'ELC. ALLEN
doing business ia Honolulu, Hawaiian I.laads, under the
firm name and style of WALKER s AI.I.KN, having thta dsy
by assent of a majority of tlietr creditors executed and deliv
ered to the undersigned a dreJof assignment of all their prop
erty for the benefit of their creditors, all persons having
Claims staimt the s.iid firm of WALK Kit A ALLEN, or the
said John S. Walker, or Samuel C. Alkn, are herehy requested
to present the same lorthwith st tba effle of the odersigaed
in aaid Honolulu, and all persons indebted lo said firm of
WALKER Ar ALLKX, or to the said John S. Walker, or
Samuel C. Allen, are hereby requested to make payment
thereof to the andersigned at bis aaid orhoa without delay.
LOW Altl P. ADAMS,
Assignee of Walker s A Ilea.
. Honolulu, II. I. June 8, 1(471. . . J18 las
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