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COM XVI RC1 AL.
FRIDAY. JV.1 t 11. 1S7S.
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day Brtiaah bark Brail i North, tr m Yokohama, en root
tor ta guaan tsUnda, and Aavneaa bark Drla war, froai Vic
tart. C. a tt lumbar to Brmi at Ca.
TVm kiM tarn two d- partaraa the J A. Faia.abarg oa
the ttk for Portland. udiNt I Ford. IMa inaiig far Ma
Vranrtoco. hosk naab with fell cargo of la land prvdace.
The Eaft aiaa oatted far Baa francWco this aAeraroa.
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raloT waatkar. May 7th BM IM milea MBw from Cap
Flat ta7 i thaaca to kit 17 X loag 111 W had a aocaawion
afatraaf aoolaarly atada aad hoar j aaa. May 17tb ib- weafber
I aad win i to tba WSW, rratlng to the SW with
May X2d la lal 29 44 S U 1U
from tba N, coot.nalo atoadr for
Jar. I aa to port a:tu BmB MaMk aaaai a J MBB
Ubtd Hawaii tay 3uik. aad i.or to off Duun od Head at 9
F m J aaa Btki alio taa fo.loa-la. m-.tutBg. Faaaage
1 M It IK I S.
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Fae PBar Oa.tBLB Par W. C Parka. Jaoc &tb M3.000
ft R Jtti Laaibcr. 7.0OO ft Draaaad do. IS M Latka. 3 M I Ick
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V Uoty, C B BJL Mr Cokar, Coaa t o rman. Mr
Foa Ba Faaactaco Par Knk, Jon 10th C F Chl.liac
arortb, S4r W baakrr
DCa MBTta la I bar city. Juoa 10th, by tk Rra. Mr.
lam Mr Jaaaa D Buc., or Hoantala, to Xiao Kaaj,
laaak ir ti ft . Mayor. Zs . af
SATURDAY. J USE 12.
2SDEX.S between the Committee of
Admiral Almj in reference to tbe en
icodcred to tbe latter, i publiabed
is io-4aj'a pa par, aad fca creditable to both idea.
Tba oatioo and tbia communitj in partkruLar
are aoder manj ubligatiuna, aoeiallj, tj tbe offi
eara of tba United States Nsvjr; and tbe gentle.
bbbm vbo bate undertaken to act lor tbe com
aaunltv in aonducting our deraonat ration of " re
ciprocity.' aa tba Admiral pleaanntlj tenne it,
are deaarving commendation.
Tba receptioo will take place at tbe Hawaiian
Hotel oo tbe evening of tbe 18tb, commencing at
Ir.a. Tbatra will be dancing in a temporary
pavilion aftar 10 o'clock- Xbeir Ma eatiea, at tbe
raqueat of tb Comniittee. will rece ve tbe Ad
miral aad oficara. and all the guceu will bare an
opportunity to be peraouallj preaented.
W( artaa it reported that tbe Ministry bare re
cently bad under diacaaeion tbe eobject of the
conatructluD of a new reeerroir for tbe water aup
bBb at the cite tbe preeent one baring been pro-
' " . T I
esd to be maoJacient aereraj years pinac iu
tba deciBion baa bean reached that tbe work
t be undertakenf I be project 01 Duuaiog a
aaaaa nerrcir hii been for aome time a far-
liM n tba community, and tbia decision of
Lab.net. we are Bware. will be received bj
iy wun no small degree of disappointment, if
m- fact that tbe past
rear baa been an uce pijoal one in respect ol tbe
..... . - It ..4 4 thn
aaaount ol ra'U-iaii, oaa juum
wbr we bare heard but little of late bdoui
B . t .
ty for an increaaaa water suppiv ; uui
cy was paten: enougb oaring tne sum-
1873. It ia Quite witbin im Dounua oi
poaiibiiuy UaBAwe may be risited with drought
LraTo tbia Bur, or the next. Our wonderful im
munity from firta may not last forarer; and in tbe
event of a raallj Urge coonagration bow long
would it rvjauire to exhaust tbe contents of tbe
praaeni . mi '- and leave us "aa dry aa a pow
dar house"? I h approprUtion bill for the
pari xl ending Marcb 31. 10O, appean.
.. iA7.u, aunHv for llonolulu, 4J25.000."
Mt L mar be tba this sum is not now arailable
BUI I J a-a- frm -n.
from the Treaawry, lor it prm v -
- of finance tbat tlas Cabinet bate deci-
LwW Very wa.1. if tbat -the caaej;
but hi E tb mod. of compav.ng the ob
w without drawiac direct from tbe Treasury?
Va sbould be aorry MWl to be able to give tbe
Mimatry crwlit for rome fertility of rvmmrce. as
a.d a. stamina in ing a responaibility, in
eueh an emergency a the one now under eoneid
aratloo. The Honolulu Water Work, even at
present, are undeniably tbe beat paying property
in toe ownership of tbe government, and should
' aa a aa av . . la.aK
r.mple security upon wnicn 10 raw
nd--r tbetr extension
1-g-, - - BWiatv of ooalofae, r nocr, una
.tnouTlaad by aealamatioa vot us gold med.l
p Beyetoo. tbe great Amer.cao swimmer, la
j,T 'IMn f aiB ssrvMea to aamaaiiy.
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH SAN
Now that there hus been opened to us a new
Ml ih way to proepr-rity through the treaty of re
ciprocity th final accompliahmcnt of which we
consider as beyond question ia it not time that we
l-egin to consider .me means of regular, peMly,
safe and comfortable communication with the
principal Pacific port of the United States?
When we received the intimation tbat the China
line of steamers would touch her.-, and when we
vere finally made & port of call for the steamers
of the ban Francisco and Australian lin. we
-egan to think that tbe desired frequent and
regular communication wasnn accomplished fact;
and the Hawaiian Goremment, alive to tbe im
portance of that supposed fact, came promptly
forward and built wharves and warehouse with
out stint, sufficient to accommodate tbe largest
steamers that plow tbe Pacific. In addition, sto
rage space was granted for coal, tramways were pro
vided for lading and unlading Cargo, water pri
vileges were accorded, and every other facility
that could be wished for, free of all charge,
including eren the usual doea for lights and
booys; and at one time a handsome subsidy was
paid from an impoverished public purse to assist
in the enterprise. And what baa been tbe result?
It baa been apparent that the freight between
Man Francisco and Honolulu have been, oa an '
, equal to tbe full spare capacity of the .
, and this too of vessels ranging
up to 19V0 tons measurement ; and compared
with wbic!i the through freights between the
Colonies and San Francisco bare been but a small
item. Not infrequently, in consequence of the
large supply of coal carried through, tbe steamers
have been obliged, from want of room, to reject
freight between San Francisco and Honolulu,
from both ports, giviog preference to freight for
tbe terminal port. Then also the preference
given to the steamers by our shippers has driven
from tbe route all bat one of our regular sailing
packets, and we nave to trust to chance and out
side sailing vessels for tbe remainder of our
freighting business. Once, we had a regular line
of well-appointed packets between tbe two porta,
and we could foretell almost to a certainty
within a very few days as to wh n we could
either send forward our produce or hare our San
Francisco orders filled and receive our mails.
And when business or pleasure prompted ue to
go and come, large and comfortable state-rooms,
clean cabins, and timely notice of tbe day of
sailing were ours. Nor was the average time
consumed on the tastngeaVko bad, after all say
from San Francisco to Honolulu twelve days, and
flltcen the other way. It is true, wc now get
our mails on schedule time or else wc give them
the credit of being snowed in along with tbe
overland mail from England for the Colonies, and
sit down and patiently await their coming. How
ever, whether on time or not, they are always
managed so as to arrive three or four days after
tbe steamer from Australia has departed for the
n . B . A M a -a I
tasi, inaicau oi a lew oays oeiore ; tnus requir-
ing us to wait for chance or tbe steamer of the
following month before we can advise our Cali-"
a . - , . '
forma friends of the safe arrival of their consign- i
meat or of tho health of those who hare made i
tbe voyage. W ben tbe steamer does arrive, Bhe
is in such baste to get off again that our freight
is tumbled out upon the wbaif very unceremo
n oualy and all of a heap, tins of crackers, boxes
of glass and bags of flour all receiving that spe
cies of attention tbat brings to mind the cele
brated "baggage smashers" of the overland
route. Nor does oar list of grievances end here.
Suppose tbat one of our residents desires to go
to the coast for business or pleasure, and proposes
to take bis wife and family with him. Tbe time
table Is consulted, and it is thoroughly understood
that on Thursday tbe up steamer will be due. The
agents, who are enterprising and energetic busi
ness men, bare all their arrangements made in
advance as far as cargo is concerned, and they
propose provided the steamer has any room to
pare to place tbe freight on board as speedily
a possible, and bare no unnecessary detention in
port. But when it comes to booking you for a
passage, tbey shake their beads and will only
promise to do tbe best tbey can for you. Tbe
steamer comes in if it happens to be the fast
one, she is day a bead of time, and if one of tbe
other kind she comes poking along next Sunday
morning, and wants to get away about midnight.
Well, in coses of emergency you can stand a
little night work ; but when you begin to talk
about a state-room, it dwindles down to a choice
between a " shake-down " under tbe saloon table,
tbe corner of a spare boat, or a shelf in the
smokestack. Who cares to travel with bis fam
ily under these circumstances? A partial remedy
it is true, has suggested itself lately. When the
pilot-boat goes off to tbe bteamer from Australia,
it is freighted with offers of a handsome bonus
to tbe captain and mates for the use of their
state-rooms for tbe passage of nine or ten days
to San Francisco, not infrequently a high as
$100 being paid for such privilege. In an emer
gency, this may be put up with, but as a general
rule it is rather hard, and would require serious
consideration on tbe part of tbose desiring to
What, in reality, are we getting in return for
all the favors bestowed on these steamers? Does
it not seem, when we come to look at it, as though
" all tbe meat was in their dish and all the bones
in our?'' For as to tbe boasted benefit which
were to accrue to us from the paseeugers in tran
situ aside from an hour's ride in our environs,
the purchase of a few curios, and fruit, and per
haps a meal at our hotel they benefit us noth
ing, for they haTe not tbe time. The ships carry
Coals and stores to last tbem through, and in
tbat line thej literally want nothing of us ; in
fact it would seem as though the steamer people
actually feel that the honor of their brief visits
is a full return for oil the facilities and privileges
we grant them. The fact is tbat the granting of
all those privileges bas bad a tendency to the de
triment of our working classes, by the saving of
labor in lading and unlading cargo, and has al
most destroyed the business of our draymen.
Thus, to benefit the steamers which benefit us so
questionably, we bare worked an injury to a
class of our own people who, equally with the
wealthy, have borne their share of tbe burtben
Now tbe question is suggested, can we not
help ourselves in tbis matter? We would hardly
care to go back to Bailing vessel altogether ; but
cannot our planter and shippers combine with
their consignees at San Francisco and organize a
joint stock steamship company of their own?
One safe and fast steamer on the route, a r easel
of say 1400 tons, such as the Costa Pica, with
her ample freight room and splendid cabin accom
modations would be just the boat. Tbe pas
sage from San Francisco could be made easily and
comfortably in nine days and tbe passage up
in eleven, giving a monthly communication
with ten days in port for overhauling and
repairs. Tbe shippers being stock-holders,
tbis would ensure tbe steamer the bulk of island
freight, and passengers would find inducement in
the certainty afforded of going back and forth
in comfort. Such a boat would not interfere
with one or two soiling vessels in tbe trade, any
more than does tbe Australian line. In regard
to tbe latter, there is but little doubt that should
wt b-vs a steamer of our own, the ships of thBt "
line would still find it convenient to call here on
the voyage, freight or no freight. This being the
case, it is certain tbat many passengers to and
from Australia would stay over here a few weeks,
to the benefit of all parties. Tbe Hawaiian
G t'-rnmcnt would of course readily extend all
tbe favors to a steamship enterprise inaugurated
here that have or may be accorded to the boats
of a foreign line.
The total amount of freight outward from this
port to San Francisco in 1874 was about 11,000
tons, and the inward freight amounted to nearly
a Diuch y 20.KM) t-,n in all. This at 6 per
ton is 120,000 paid for freights. The total of
passengers arriving and departing for the year
was (adults) 847, which at $50 each would make
842.350 more, or a grand total for our freight
and passenger traffic of $162,350 per annum at
present, with all tbe probabilities of s lanje in
crease in tbe future. We have made no calcula
tion as yet for any subsidy that such an enterprise
might reasonably look for from the American, if
not from tbe Hawaiian Government.
Tbe project here suggested may to some appear
at first glance to be a bold if not a rash one, with
the chances in favor of a loss on those who sbould
undertake it. But, " nothing ventured nothing
gained.'" Purely, with our experience in etearu
ship trade we sbould be able to judge a to the
possibility of making the enterprise a paying oue.
II tbe project could be hopefully and energetically
started, it might result in our having, what we
bo much need, swift, safe and commodious
steamships plying between here and San Fran
cisco, and not slow and dangerous "tube" like
tbe Mohongo. Then might Honolulu become th-
terminal port lor two lines of splendid steamers
' connecting us, oue with Japan and China, at-d
the other -vith the ports of New Zealand and
Australia. The great truuble in the former con
' nection of the Australian line was the fact of
, their transferring their passengers from tplendid,
I roomey, ships on the upward route at this port,
. to inferior, cramjicd aud unsafe vessel between
here and Sun Francico. The traveling public
very naturally were disgusted with the arrange
ment, and the route was avoided. Besides, the
; freight accomodations were so meagre that ship
per here had to wait and ascertain if the incom
ing steamer brought freight to fill the connecting
boat, before they were sure of any privilege.
Now if we take the matter of steam communica
tion with San Francisco into our own bauds,
with proper management all the difficulties and
annoyances obserred in the past can be avoided,
and a new and healthy impulse bo given to busi
ness and trade in every direction. These sugges
tions, we opine, are worthy of consideration ;
and wc will add, in conclusion, that if the pro-
ject of independent steam communication between
these islands and the coast is at all feasible, now
appears to be the timo to make the attempt.
Ta Rear Admiral John J. Almt,
u Commanding U. S. Naval Forces North Pacific,
Admiral: The undersigned have been appointed
J the citizens of Honolulu a Committee to tender to
yourself and the officers under your commnd, a
Jomplimentarj Reception and Bali; as a mark of their
hiah annreciation of the attentions shown His Mai-
es'y, ibe King or these l&lanus, while in tne L'nitea
States and tbe uniform kindness and courtesy ex
tended to tbis community and the people of these Isl
ands, by officers of the U. S. Navy.
Tbe efficient manner in which the courteous inten
tions of Your Government, in conveying His Majesty
to this port from San Francisco, were carried out by
yourself, the Captain and officers of your flag-ship,
renders it d ubly pleasant to us to extend through
you and tbem personally this evidence of our regard
for that brancb of the public service of your country,
which you so ably represent.
We would respectfully ask you to designate an
evening on which it would be agreeable to yourself
and officers to accept tbis token of tbe esteem in
which tbe ciiizens of Honolulu bold yourself and
brother officers of tbe U. 8. Navy.
Permit us to add Sir, tbe assurance of personal
consideration with which wc have tbe honor to remain,
tour obedient servants,
H. A. P. Cabtek, Aro.vo,
W. F. Allen, A. S. Clegiiorn,
A. S. Habtwkll, J. B. Atuebton,
J. C. Glade, J. S. McGbew
U. S. Suip " Pessacola," 2nd Rate, 1
Flag-ibip of tbe North Pacific Station,
Off Honolulu, U. L, June 7th, 1875
Gejttlemen I I have had the honor of receiving
your very courteous and polite communication of
tbe 7th inst., tendering to myself, captain and officers
of the U. 8. flag-ship Peniacola, a complimentary
reception and ball on some evening which we may
designate a convenient
Tbe note of invitation is couched in terms so highly
complimentary to myself, to tbe officers of tbe Pen
tacola, aad indeec, to tbe officers of tbe entire
service to which I have the honor to belong, that I
scarcely know bow to sufficiently thank you. It is
also expressed in such unmistakable language of
sincerity tbat tbe officers will ever cherish tbe most
lively feelings of friendship and regard for the gen
tlemen of tbe Committee whose names are signed to
tbe note, and they desire through them to return
the same heartfelt appreciation and thanks to tbe
citizens whom they represent.
If tbe good citizens of llonolulu have been favora
bly and pleasantly impressed with tbe officers of the
Pensacola, as to their deportment towards His Maj
esty, the King of these Islands, and towards them
selves and tbe community, I will say with all sin
cerity on behalf of myself and officers, that tho
feeling is mutual and reciprocated, for we have been
quite bappy and contented while in your midst, in
finding a society so genial, refined and intelligent,
which has added much to our pleasure during our
sojourn here Tbis is, indee ', genuine, social reci
procity, of a most enjoyable kind, which can be ef
fected without tbe aid of national legislation.
While it was the duty and the pleasure of myself
and officers to do all that we could to contribute to
His Majesty's comfort aud contentment while on
board of the Pensacola as our honored guest, and
committed to our care by tbe United States Govern
ment, yet I will cbeefully say' that much was effected
by His Majesty 'a genial temperament, by bis equanim
ity and good sense, and by bis aptitude for tbe sea,
which made it comparatively an easy task for myself
and the officers to entertain bim, aud when it wa
made aa apparent that His Majeaty felt himself to be
a member of the family, an end, which was our
great desire to accomplish.
On behalf of myself and officers I will say that
we will accept, with great pleasure, your invitation
so courteously and sincerely expressed.
In regard to designating an evening, we will leave
that to tbe good judgment and tbe convenience of
your Committee. Any evening during tbe month
of June which you might select would be agreeable
I am with greit respect, your obedient servant.
JOHN J. aLMY,
Rear Admiral U. S. N. and Commander-in-Chief
Hon H. A. P. Carter, Col. W. F. Allen, Hon.
Alfred S. Hartwell, J. C. Glade, Esq , Afong. Esq ,
i A. S. Cleghorn, Esq., J. B. Atherton, Esq , Johu. 8.
McGrew, M. D.
Surgeon's Report Queen's Hospital-
Honolulu, June 1st, 1875.
To the Trustees of the Queen's Hospital:
Gentlemen. I have tbe honor to submit the fol
lowing report for tbe quarter ending May 31st :
Tbe total number of patients at present in the
Hospital is 68, viz.: 68 Hawaiians, 23 males and 35
females, and 10 foreigners. The number of Admis
sions during tbis period has been 7G, viz.: 28 males
and 29 females (Hawaiian), and 10 foreigners. Dis
charged 89, viz: C7 Hawaiians, 32 males and 35
females, and 19 foreigners. Deaths 6, viz.: 4 Ha
waiians, 3 males and 1 female, and 2 foreigners; 1
from pycemia, 1 aneurism. 1 general debility, 1 pul
monary consumption, 2 typhoid fever.
Besides tbe above, 118 new name have been en
tered in tbe Dispensary books. The greatest number
of indoor patients wa 87. the smallest 60; daily
average during tbe quarter 77, dispensary 5. Nura
tr of pre?cripiions 7,129.
Ho best McKibbin, Jr..,
Surg on tv the Quetn'r Hospital. '
t It is said tbat the .Atlantic Monthly gives James
j Russet Lowell $800 for bis poem, delivered at the
On the loth cf Apr), according to a letter from
Cuba, seven sagar estates were burned in one jocaiity
of tbe jurisdiction of Bagua la Grande between coon
and midnight. They were large estates, an! well
supplied with all the machinery anl appliance. ao4,
in addition to tbe growing crops and the buitiiogs,
i tor t!:rM th 1 i tif . f a:: r v. I
u mairutc n .13 uucirj iu tuc party vprrawug iu
this portion of Sagua la Grande. Not a gun aria
fired or a machete drawn. There wa a small party
of Spanish soldiers in the neighborhood, but they did
not leave their place of shelter and safety. After
currying out their orders tbe Cubans moved south in
the direction cf Macagua, from which section the
next news may be expected, and it will be of tbe
usual kind, the a i ranee of tbe Cabana and the inac
tivity of the Spanish soldier, weneral Gomes has
under him, west cf tbe Trocba, about thr e thousand
vrt'i-monf-ted and well-armed cavalry. Most of tbem
am from tbis iecuon of the island. They know all
iLe roads ind by-paths, can avoid the enemy if they
want to do BB, or strike him at a disadvantage Id
this manner they have the government forces at their
mercy. General ValmaaeJa is endeavoring to
strengthen his mounted force, but that is not easy to
do at this lime. Morses are not to be procured in
any considerable number. The Cubans either donate
them to the patriots or secrete them in the fastnesses
of the hills Tbis cripples the government troops
and prevents thetu from assuming an offensive cam
paign even if they desired to advance under r.esent
circumataici When General VsJmased'. left Ha
vana it was with tbe announce I intention ol expell
ing Gomez and his supportera-drom all tbe territory
west of tbe Trocba. But no such results have been
accomplished. On tbe contrary, tbe Spaniards are
locked up in and near Colon, while the patriots are
roving the country, doing all the mischief possible to
the Spanish and their supporters. Devastating the
country is a fearful alternative, but it is one of the
results of war.
Ann Eliza's Alimony Denied.
The b'rUnd for this month re-affirms its positiou
tbat Ann Eliza " wa not Brighaui Youug's wife
witbin the meaning of the laws of tbe United States,
or the common law," and quotes aucient legal
authority to " the youngest paper in the Pacific," as
to tbe definition of alimony. The Friend, after some
very sound remarks on the subject, rather archly
concludes by saying " Perhaps we should apologize
for presuming to quote from Blackstone and a Law
Journal, wbeu referring to a newspaper having three
lawyers upon its editorial staff."
j The mail which arrived this week, however, brings
the intelligence that the law of tbe case as laid down
; by our venerable contemporary is confirmed, as
' follows :
Salt Lake Cm, May 10th, 1875.
In the case of Ann Eliza vs. Brigham Young,
application of plantiff for a writ of attachment to
compel payment of tbe $500 per month alimony,
pendente lite, from the time of the commencement of
the suit, nearly two years ago, as awarded by Chief
Justice McKean, a decision was rendered to-day by
j Chief Justice Lowe It is quite lengthy and may be
summarized as follows : Iu all cases of divorce the
law was plain, and the authorities overwhelming,
tbat alimony could not be awarded unless a void
marriage was either first admitted by the parties or
, r roved. The defecdant had aliezed in his answer
that the marriage ia question was a bigamous and a
polygamous oue, anl the allegations not being denied,
must be taken as true. If such a marriage was
entered into ignomntly by defendant equity will
open its doors for Ler relief, but upon the case as it
stands it is not, in the judgment of tbe Court, ac
cording to the principle of equity or good conscience
to enforce the payaieut of ad interim alimony. It
appears from the lecord that the alleged marriage
was celebrated in this city, and tbat tbe plaintiff and
defendant both reside iu this city. It cannot, there
fore, be a difficult or expensive duty for tbe plaintiff
to place upon recoil a confirmation or some expla
nation of the unexampled anJ extraordinary allega
tions made, if any just explanation exists; and the
Court holds tbat euch explanation is due to the
common principles of equity and public justice before
proceeding further in the direction sought. It would
be strange, indeed, if upon such a state of facts, un
controverted by any rule of pleading or of law, and
unextenuated by any evidence it could be imposed as
a duty upon a court of equity to direct or enforce
payment of alimony aud thus bestow apparent, if
not, indeed, real sanction of the Uw upon a practice
which is hostile to the civilization of tbe age and
which the penal sta'utes of the laud visit with con
The motion for an attachment is denied aud the
New York, May 14. A specixl dispatch frctu
Rome Rtatea th:i: thf Vnrw'B hirtlulnv nnni rpraorv
' was celebrated with extraordinary rejoicings Depu
tations, letters and congratulations arrived through
out the day. Twelve preceding Pontiffs reached the
age of 85. Pio Nonu alone surpassed the years of
Saint Peter iu his chair.
Lexington, Ky., May 13. In the races to-day
the first race, mile heat, was won by Searcher, who
distanced the other two entries, Lizhl Coin and
Lost Fortune, iu the first mile, making it in 1:415,
the fastest time on record. Last year Gray Planet
ran a mile at Saratoga, r.gainst time, in 1:42.
NOTICE. The Pacific Baar Ball Clash
meet for practice on Wednesday and Saturday afternoons, at
4 o'clock, on the grounds at the rear of the Custom Uou-e.
Honolulu. June 8th, lo:.'. 994 tf
Hubolclc, June 1st, 1S75.
I Captalai Lraai;e. Norwegian Bark Klh,
Sia : At tbe request aud ou behalf of the Chinese Pasaeo
! gers by your fine veasel f.-om Hongkong, I beg to tender their
j beat thanks for your kind and geDtlemauly treatment during
tbe voyage. Tbey also beg you wiil convey their thanks lo
I your Officers. Should an of our '.ountrj men have tbe oppor
. tanity of traveling with you, we can failhiully recommend
them to do ao, for we feel as&ureJ the same courtesy would be
j extended to tbem.
FOB USE !' vpi. . AND rGlHTtBM rASSa.NGKSj,
PON TA1 YAU, Doctor in Charge.
AThN A SUGAR PLA NTAUION. BY AN
JW exp-rienced Sugar Boiler, Practical Machinist and Engi
neer, nest oi reicreucca j'tveu.
F. K , Wailiee, Maui
" H E R E A S, DAVID SMITH, OF
assignment to the undersigned of all his property, real and
personal, for the benefit of his creditors, notice is hereby given
to all parties owiug the sail David Smith to make payment to
and all having claims agasst bim, to present tbe aame with
vouchers to tbe underaigned during tbe next six mouttis from
Ibis date, or tbey will be ftrcver barred.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
H. J. AGNEW,
Honolulu, June 11th, 1875. (991) Assignees.
ALFRED S. HAETWELL,
AND COUNSELLOR AT
91 ly OSce over UoSmaun's Drug Store.
11 K. JOHN II. PATY
WILL ACT FOR
-VJs me under power of tttorney during my absence from
the Kingdom. (994 1m)
CHAS. R BliliuP.
DIRECT from PORTLAND,
Columbia Rive". Spring Salmon !
W v ( K F.D by WARREN V CO., 1875. and
Ja warranted a MPEKluH qua.itv.
For tale by
B0LLES .V CO.
Oregon Leaf Lard
t da-LB. CASES REC EIVED PER
For sale by
O a. W kioburg '
BOLLES O CO.
Oregon Dried Apples.
RECEIVED. AND FOR SALE BY
BOLLES a CO.
25,000 CHINA BRICKS.
KXTRA SIZE. WILL LAY ABOUT SO
per cent more than Cilitornia brick, received per bark
Kvik. and f r sale by
BOLLES A CO.
CJAX JU AN KILN-JI ST RECEIVED per
CT raikiuourg, ana in pereci or'ier. toraateoy
B JLLES A CO.
KITS SALMON BELLIES.
Pit KED 187. SPRING. JUST RE
ceived per Falkinburg. Fcr tale by
994 BOLLES & CO.
OREGON SUGAR CURED HAMS !
PACKED BY JOHNSON V SPALDING,
aod warranted superior. Just received per Falkinburg,
and for sale by
994 BOLLES k CO.
Wk-uHNOTov. May 12. -Tbe following notice to
mariners relative to the dUcwery of additional
peaks on Noonday Rock, at tbe entrance to San
Francisco Bay. ha been isu-d from the United
States Coas: Surrey Offic-' : Lieutenant Wbeedi-n.
of tbe corps of Engineer . t the Cnited State
Army, in making a pieliminary examination of
NirifiT Rack, by means of a diver, for tbe pur
pos ot ultimately removing the rock, discovered
in it immediate proximity two pinnacle, over one
ol which there ia but fuiUBSUB feel at mean low
arakai and with deep ai.r b-twvn them. These
d;u?er r.-cks. forming one with Noonday Rock,
tbe position of which hs already been determined
by the Coast Survey, will be continued to be marked
by buoys. It U quite possible tbat an irregular
tdge may connect these ne-iks of rock with tb
north. All large Teasels are warned not to attempt
to pass between until . more thorough examina
tion has been BMBBttBd.'
Chicago. Mny 12.- A IfaeUacMNi special assert
positively tbnt Secretary Fafc retirement from
tbe Cabin"! at tbe close tf MM 8scal year is cer
tainly determined upon, and quotes Irom an edi
tcrlal la the X-itional Ktjtb':in. which tbe cor
respondent says emanated tr m the White House,
which rvviews in highly complimentary term Fish's
record as Secretary, and plainly intimates thai bis
retirement is a settled thing.
BaaoleaaBBB recently reported to the Rhode I
Ibiid at ad teal Society declare tbat scholnr in the
public schools sbould not maintain tbe same por
tion more than half an hour at a time ; tbat no
cbild should be admitted to tbe schools, as now
conducted, under sren years of age : that under
twelre years of age. three hours a day. and for
twelve and over, four hours a day. is sufficient long
conlitiement ; that study out of school sbould not
usually bo permitted and that all incentives to
emulation should be used cautiously, especially
(. J. T. Wmrrkaate hating ncriiod
frot i!i- New Zealand Insurance Company, through their
SAaBC, Mr O. V Owen, the amount af $S,400, Insured by hint,
or. merchandise, by the ill faleJ schooner VARl'NA.bega to
express Lis thanks and the satisfaction he feels at the prompt
Dcss diplaei in settling this loss. The New Zealand Insur
ance Company certainly deserve a fair share of the Insurance
Business of Ilunolu'u
w j.t. water HorgR, j
There will k- t Mn ti,.; af thr llumni
of Oabu College, on the ereuing of Thursday, June 17tb prox.
Tbe exercise will consist of addresses, toasts and rrailni- '
scence. and close with a collation.
Ail who have leen connected with the institution as students,
their husband or wivra. their parents, the trusteea, patrons ,
and donors, and all graduates of colleges in other coucntriea,
with their wires, are invited to attend.
3 K. P. CHURCH, Committee.
IXIIERSIOED HAVE. OX THE
rirst Hay of April. 1 575. entered into a Co nartnerahin.
under the name aud style of J. H. BRl'N A CO.. for the pur
pose of carrying on the
Caaperiag and Gauging Baslnrss
In all it branches, and solicit a share at the public patronage.
J. n. BRCN9,
Honolulu, June 12, 187ft. 991 3m
i. h. Bar!?.
J. H. BRUNS fit CO..
BEG LEA VETO NOTIFY THE PL'BLIC
that they have purchased the entire stock in trade of
the late Jumts L Lewis, and that they will continue to carry
on the Business of
rnnnaami nnsJ C n . . ca
loo pen ng and uauging,
At O A Stand on KINO 8TRKKT, near the Bethel, until
further notice. And also,
ON QCKEN STREET, NEAR KIRT.
Where they xeill be found Prepared to Execute all
Ordtrs in their line.
Casks, Kerosene Oil Containers
FOR TALLOW, Etc., Etc., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Honolulu, June 12, 1876. 99 lj
OTIIK f !
WELL KNOWNPUUNUI DAIRY I
f'v,-p THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
hfiSyfcr4' purchaenl the well known herd of MILCH
fcJL COWW from Mr. J. Richardson, and also
having leased the Lands known as the
PTTTJNTJI MILK RANCH !
He is prepared to furnish to customers
PI KK FRESH MILK, IS QI AVTITIES TO SITT !
Cents per QTJA.RT,
FILL MEASURE GUARANTEED,
And Delivered in the Miruiur aud Afternoon I
j.. To large customers, inch as Hotel and Restaurant keep
ers. Ships of War, Ac, he will make Special Contracts, at
Orders given to John, who ha charge of the Milk Van, or
left al the International Ilotrl, will be promptly attended to.
Sale of" Real Instate
HI VIRTUE OF AN ORDER MADE ON
the 7th day of June, A. D. 1876, by the Hon. Charles C
Harris, First Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of tbe
Hawaiian Islands, licensing me. JOHN KOII UN A U.N i A, Ad
ministrator of the Katate of WILLIAM H. KAAUWAI. late
of llonolulu, deceaaed, to aell at public auction, certain lands
belonging to said estate, I, the underaigned, will aell at public
On Satarda), the sefith day of Jnne. A. D. 1875
At the door of the Government House, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon, all the right, title and (ntereat of the said William H.
Kaauwai, deceased, in and to all those
TWO KALO PATCHES,
Situate at Kiokapu, Waikiki, Oahu,
Conveyed to Z. Kaauwai by Hawaii and Mahulua by deed re
corded in the office of the Registrar of Conveyances, in Liber
6 of Deeds, page 500, and particularly described in Land Cim
mission Award No. 1123.
Ala. nrrea. 2 chaiua. of land ailuat al
Kauhlki, Waikiki. Island of Oahu, granted to 7. Kaauwai by
Royal Patent No 32.
Tbe sale ia subject to the approval of the Court, at the Court
House, Honolulu, on Thursday, thr 8th ilny of July,
AD. 1875, at 10 o'clock A.M., when all parties lntereated are
notified to appear.
JOHN KOII UNAUNA, Administrator
994 3t Of the Est of W. H. Kaauwai, deceaaed.
f Ja entered into pi
RSIGNED HAVE THIS DA V
partnership under the firm name or style of
D. H. HITCHCOCK.
E. O. HITCHCOCK.
CHAS. H. WETMORK.
Uilo, April Bth, 1876.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP
fTHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO-
Ja. fore existing under the firm name of BLACK A AULD,
is hereby dissolved by mutual censent. Mr- J. H. BLACK
will pay all liabilities of the late partnership, and all persons
indebted are requested t make immediate payment to bim
only. J. H. BLACK,
June 1st. 1875. JAMES AULD.
M and Publisher of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser.
will continue the business of Printing and Publishing in
its branches at tbe old sUnd, Ao 10 Merchant Street.
June 6th, 1876. J. H. BLACK.
WHEREAS. MANUEL S1LVA, A POR
TUGUESE, died on tbe 8th of January, 1876. formerly
residing at Waialua, Oahu notice is hereby given, tbat all
debts against tbe estate of the said Manuel Hilva. deceased,
must be presented to his widow, Annie Silva, at Waialua,
witbin six montbs from this date, or tbey will be forever barred.
Uonolula, June 1st. 1875. 993
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAI I WILL,
not be responsible for any debts contracted in my name
without my written order, from tbi date.
Honolulu, June 6tb, 1875. 993 3t
BLACKSMITH'S SHOP TO LET !
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP. AND
the House anl Premises in the rear thereof, situated
iu King Street, Honolulu, opposite the Po'ice Station,
and now in the occupation of Mr. John Freeman.
Tbis is a most desirable location, and possession can be had
on the 1st June next.
For further particulars apply to MB. JOHN FREEMAN on
tbe pr-mises, or to MR. BARNARD at the Clerk's Office of
tbe Sup. erne Court. 992 3t
SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT PER
the KILAUKA to Hll.ii.ir.- hereby notified
that tbe Agent reserves the right to place
the Freight In the Government Warehouse,
if by stress of weather or lateness of arrival of the steamer in
Uilo, it ia considered best so to do. The Freight will be deliv
ered the following diy, or so soon as ths weather permits. Any
parlies who wish to tak their Freight from the Warehouse
can do ao, but co deduction will be mad" from tbe Freight
Warehouse Recei t will be given for any Merchandise
placed in tbe Warehouse f- r shipment, and 'he Agent holds
himself rerpons ble for the same aa if tbe Goods were placed
oo board the steamer, with the exceptioo of kes or damage,
by Are or tidal wave.
992 lm SAM'L O. WILDER, Aeent.
TO wool. &rovi:ks.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE I
to buy Wools at good prices. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly dair.d to make
0. BREWER A CO
a ( OtTlGK I'l.K. NTLl" JIITl -
ATKD on Qgrfii Straat. Bee: Low.
ao in kv.qu.r- at j i uowstrr orrn't
T II K I'KKMhKS l.kTKll "I l Pir.D
ht Krr. K O. BtCKVmi. al Mrkawao. slaai. euaa-
II : -v ! -v a th-
aary cut tuti acJ rrcna. antb "t Vitkoat oaa acn
cn and. for rart.cniara, appii l
Kilo I sClfOlA, Waikaka. Maal
FOR RENT OR -.RASE.
THE Hot 4l LOT T THKKX-
trtne to Paao Vall-y. r -rnietly crrrt by Btrrrn
Srocrr. in ftwrf rrpaUr, an.1 uura.Me for a birr fanii-
83 ay ha krmard frr tmn " car. A il-arant raa Jrocv
aiht r-.-mmnxxi a finr aiaa ot thr city. II .- icS.crut paxare
lan-1 for tao horse. Also, a aervr tail. of f f o.' watar no
tba aaWaWWSA Ftiaacaaloc firm . jiurliatr)r
T For irtiralarf cqairr at th oftcr tV- M
TO LET OR LEASE !
THOSE DKSI R A Bt.S PREMISE" OX
Alakra Stirrt, formerly oeropll by A. F. F JCR
WOOP, Esq Ff-r Panic-lar apply lo
J. . 1 K V. -.
All PER0S IHVIM. CLAIMS AO a
tbe aatata ol the late ALLAN W Jfl'l-. will pt-n,
prrseot brxa wlthoat delay to rilber of the un.trrairtirtl.
CM AS. II Jl BBk
A. FRANCIS JCOD.
Ooaolnla. Marrh 88th. ISTi SB Sao
'IMIK I't B1.IC ARE
1 Ce.1 that JlSEPH PfCllALsKY
ha dc aotborlty to
aril any Leather or asaterial made at tba R ALA I' AO TAN
SKRV. nor lo Incur any eipanditurr or account of the aaasc
except thronah thr aDderaicol
J. I DOWSETT
Honolulu . March 17. IS7.V MB
EXECUTOR S NOTICE.
rxnt-KsicMCD iuvim; hekn
A confirmed by the Court
as Executor of the ''atate of
A N T O N K W MAN I St L . deceased, renceats all
person in.iebted to said Batate to make immedia'e Bat. Vf m,
and all who have chums against the said Batata to praei :he
ame with vouchers to the Undersigned, darleg the term M six
months from date, cr tbey will be forever barred. And all
peraont Laving any prop- rty In their pnassasloo. of whatever
deeription. br long ing to the Katate of ANTON B W. MAM KL.
are hereby notified to deliver the same to the Undersigned
forthwith, or otherwise to render an account thereof.
J. H BLACH. Executor
llonolulu, April 9th, 1875. 9M
BEING ABOl'T TO LClVR THIS RINGDOM,
Mr. LEVI CHAMBERLAIN, of Waialua, la empowered
to receive any money that Is due me, from this dai.
May STth, 187S. (92 3f) JOHN MANN.
BEEF AND PORK !
iVi PK1MK PORR.
For Bale by
A. W. PKIHCB O CO.
BOSTON MANILA CORDAGE,
t 1-8 la B 1-B Inrhea,
1.1 ROM TllK NEW BEDFORD FACTORY
a made by Boa ton himself or aome other man.
991 2m For Sale by O. W PBIRCK O CO.
DRIED APPLES !
O ffL BOXES DRIED APPLES.
I D R I I
For Rale by
A. W. P8IRCK CO
INVOICE OF AMERICAN CLOCKS !
'OR SALE al SAX
h. hacrfbld a co.
INVOICE OF SILK FOULARDS
BUST RECEIVED VIA PANAMA.
j i h. hackfrld a oo.
PRIME C. R. SALMON
A I. MO N
Bhls and Klta.
PILOT BREAD. FLOUR.
H A MB nnri ORERON LIMB.
For 8ale at H. II ACKFELD 0 OO.'B
E on the 27th lay or May, A. D. 1876, by the Hon. Chas. C.
Harris, First Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, of the
Hawaiian Inlands, licensing me. JOHN KOII UNAUNA, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Win. H. Kaauwai, late of Hono
lulu, deceased, to aell at Public Anclion. certain lands belong
ing to said Estate; I the undersigned will aell at Public Auction
ON THE 26th DAY OF JUNE, 1875,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At Mobsman's Store, in the town of Walluku, Maui, all the
Right, Title and Intereat of I he said Win. II. Kaauwai, de
ceaaed, In and to the
ILI OF LAND KNOWN AS PAPOHAKU !
situated at Wailuku, Maul, to wit:
Four parcels of land 1st, 2 chains and 4 fathoms square; 2d,
1 acre and 1 square chain; 3d, 1 acre; 4th, 14 acres, chains
and 100 fathoms square.
And likewise, lo and to certain lands situate in Halaola, at
Wailuku, Maui, aforesaid, to wit: 16 lota, ai follows:
1st lot containing 31 square rods.
' 1 acre, 15 square rods.
1 rood, 31 square rods.
' 0 aquare rod a.
3 acres, 1 rood, 38 rods
3 roods, 30 rod a.
3 acres, 3 roods, 27 rods
2 roods. 0 rods.
1 rood 86 rods.
3 roods, 32 rod.
3 acrea. 1 rood, 19 rods.
And also a portion of land situate at Paiki, Maui, the 1st lot
containing 6 26-100 acres, anil the 2d lot, 16 1 25 acre.
Also all the Right, Title and Intereat of the deceased In and
; to all the pieces and parc la of land described in Royal Patent
2329, being tbe Iota of land conveyed to the deceased aud Oeo.
' K. Kaauwai, his brother, by the heirs of Naleipoleho, by a Ss
j taiu deed of record lo Liber 41. pgs 463 and 454. The Srst
lot of which contains 1 18 100 acres, situate lo Halaola. In
Wailuko. aforesaid; the second lot. 2 34 100 acres, ia Puako,
I Walluku, aforesaid; and the third, 23-100 of an acre, situate at
i the aame place; and the fourth, 1-10 of an acre.
And likewise, all the Right, Title aqd Interest acquired by
the deceased from A. Pepe and Kaumi, his wife. In and to tbe
' land described In Land Commission Award No. 616, containing
; 36-100 of an acre, in tba town of Wailuku, aforesaid.
And I shall farther expose for sal at Public Auction at the
; Court House, lo the towu of Labatna,
Aod also, all the Land Sitaalc al Maalaen,
Kuln. Maal, described lo Land Comruissloo Award No.
2383, and containing 0 8-100 acres lo favor of Z. Kaauwai.
Aod likewise a Tract af Land Sliaatcd at Wal
altos. Hula, Maal, described in Land Commission
Award 2383 containing acres.
ON SATURDAY, THE 3d DAY OF JULY,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
all the Right and Interest of said deceased, in and to
CERTAIN LOTS OF LAND,
SITUATE IN THE
AHUPUAAS of PAE0HI and PUUN0A,
At Lahalna, Maui.
The first lot containing an area of 37 square rods; the second,
j to wit: the ILI OF W A 1 1 E, containing ao area of t
acrea. 2 roods aod 13 rods; tbe third containing ao area of 1
rood aod 20 rods; and the fourth containing ao area of a rood
i and 34 rods.
And also the certain LOIS AND KUL A LAND In
the AH CPU A A Ot PAKOHI.In Lahalna, aforesaid, contain
ing lo all, an area of 2 acres, 1 rood and 4 rods.
And likewise, all tbe Right, Title and Interest of tbe de
ceased, in and to the
ILIS of KAMANI & K ALU A AH A,
' AHUPUAA of 0L0WALU, near Lahalna,
The first containing an area of 2 arret, 3 roods aad SO rods;
; and the second, 3 acrea. 1 rood and 22 rods.
The faither description of tbe lands may be seen cn appllea
j tioo at the Clerk's Offlce of the Supreme Court UNTIL SAT.
URDAY, the 12th of June. 1876, and afterwards at MR.
: MOBSMAN'S &TOKE, at Walluku. and at tbe GOVERNOR'S
OFFICE. Lahalna, Maui.
Bale subject to the approval of the Couit, at the Court
House, Honolulu, on Tnsiraday. lan Hih duy of July.
1875. at 10 o'clock A. M., when all partiea Interested are noti
fied to appear.
JOHN KOII UNAUNA.
Administrator of the Eatate of Wa. II. Kaauwai, deceaaed.
QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FROM 1 Gal
lon to a barrel. For Sale by
ENGLISH "PORTLAND CEMENT,"
DECEIVED FROM THE BARK K A MOI.
For Bale by
BOLLES A CO.
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
TMIE GENUINE ARTICLE FOR S ALE BY
93 r.ra A. W. PKIRCK A CO.
BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT !
RECEIVED DIRECT FROM EUROPE
by the last arrivals, and warranted fresh and good.
For Sale at the Loweat Ralea, by
989 BOLLES CO.
A GOOD SUPPLY FOR SALE BY
A. W PEXRCK A Ca
FEW BOXES. FOR SALE BY
983 2m A. W. PEIRCE ft CO.
BEEF AND PORK.
ERICAN BEEF, HAWAIIAN BEEF,
jtM. MES PORK, PRIME PORK.
Far gale by
A. W. PEIRCB ft CO.
FRESH MEALS !
COBN MEAL. WHEAT MBAL
C BACK ED CORN FOB UOBSB ARB CMICBBN BBBD.
JMIE t N DERMIC NED U Ait COMMENCED
la saaaufacarr of taa a War. naasaat rtfcaa. aad wUI
deliver than on WEDNESDAYS aa SATl BtiA va of vara
week, in quantities la sail, ia all pans of last Utay
Taa Bkw Maal is a lae aroclc Bar the sscA, aft as Bar
Order left w.th B. O. Hall ft B.-o aad DiUiagt ft C .
wiU be promptly "d F
Order fraaa lb ctoar iataods eaMrftrd A
Improve your Opportunity
THE I N DERMIC NED ARE SELLING
OFF AN INVUICB OF
pa o. x nxtrsi
CONTRACT MATTING !
A REMARKABLY LOW PRICE.
If yaw arc not la waal mt l ha? Ankle Jl ST
NOW. IT will aaar lea la Bnf It, aaa
krea li asaill yaa at waal l.
WV ore Selling thit Matting t fYrm IS lo
20 per rent. tAon the aiA; ttrticit Aa fteea
990 2m DILU'tfCNAM Co.
" CHRIST IN ART."
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Unuoas narrative of iIm U of CHRIST, la ta las
ruare f the BraogallaU. Edited by Ed
D D. II
U i'lu.trated by nearly S00 Kagravtof,
drd full page plate oa steel and won). Are tat
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text. Reading lb account of th Holy Fatally r startling
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drink in the whole scene. ladcad, w maal walk with Jft.
and hrtlde the mother and hah ail th way a! ng
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every family of my congregation had a copy of this work,
over whose sweet picterr they would pore, aad la whoa
hearts the sacred story would be all lb more intvlllgvntly aad
XT The Price I wary Law, Treat BO.TS aast
upwards, according to atjle nf binding.
A COMPLETE ILLUSTRATED BIBLE
and Cyclopedia of arrlptare, containing the Apocrypha, Ca
rordance, and Psalms In Metre, and a
WW iOMPRF.Hi:HlYr. BIBI.L HU IIONIM. i
A History of all the Bonks froan tinet ta BevalaOoai ato,
a History of the different translation, with many nhsr ealart
It it printed fr.im large clear type, oo Bar toaed paper, and
bound lo the handsnoirat and moat substantial aster !
contains nearly 400 highly finished engravm on ttael and
wood, by Guttav Dor, and other celebrated artlata.
try- The price T which I within the reach nf all.
The underaigned ia agent for th above valaa Ht, works and
will be ordered for subarrilter ooly.
OSS I. a MITCHELL.
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A the public, that having completed th above Establish
merit, and got Into working order,
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In Quantities to 2uit, Delivered lo Town,
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between the hours of 0 and S o'clock, and between S aad 6
o'clock every afternoon. In the veiling a aapply will ha kept
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fill be attended to.
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