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Roiuung a 3Tw$papr
Br mm aaaecountabls miaapprebeosion of facts,
there is a large class of people In the world who
think that ic otst little or nothing to run a news
paper, aod if thsy bny a copy from the newsboy,
whsn too far from the office to corns and beg one.
tbey art regular patrons aad entitled to unlimited
fas ara Man call often at newspaper offices to got a
copy if tbo paper, jus from the press, for nothing,
who would never dream of begging a pocket baad
ksrcasaf fron a dry goods store, or a piece of candy
from a coofsctioosr, even upon the plea of old ac
qua utanoa, aarlag OSwght aooMtbiog ones belore
One pa par is not muc , re marks an Eastern journal,
bat a hundred a month amoun'j to something in tbe
courae of liaao. But ibis is a small drain compared
wilb the fra dertia.ng a newspaper is expected to
tis. Sons nvsn wbo bave paid two dollars at an
arly pa-nod of far aa adseriisement wcrfb four
or 8. appear ta? tbink they are stockholders in the
eat ,M.t raeot for sternity They demaud the publi
cation of all complimentary notice, obituaries, and
famil episodca, for the neat ferry years, gratia
Speak of pay aad ibsy grow indignant ' Don't I
prooitsyour fabparr' "Yea; bot y.u receive tbs
world cf yoar moosy for what yoo pwy." " Bot."
says tbs favrvn, " it will not cost yoo anything to
pat this ia." which Is Jost as ridiculous as to ask a
man to grind yoar BBS on bis grindstone, sod gra
ciously tall him it won't cost bim a cent. It takes
oosy to ma newspaper as wstl as any other busi
ness; no papsr will succeed financially last carries a
de.d-head system. Any mention of the people's
affairs that bsy are aD!ous to see in print is worth
paying for, and when printed is generally worth as
much as any other tn'ei'tn nt of tbe same amount.
Tbs newspaper boaibess is very exacting on all
connected with It, aod tbs pay U comparatively
mall ; tbs proprietors risk mora moosy for smaller
profits, and tbs editors and reporters aod prloters
work border and cheaper than the tame number of
men io any other profession repairing tbe giacn
amount of intelligence, training aod drndgery. The
life has its charms and pleasant associations, scarcely
known to tbs outbids world; bat it has its earnest
work aod boars of exhaustion, which also are not
known to tboss who tbiok tbe basinets all fun. Tbe
idea that newspaperdou is a charmed circle, wbsre
tbs ra.c red members ll lnw of ease aad free from
cars and go to tbs thsatrs at night oo a free ticket
and 'to tbs eolcaao on a frss t ass in the Summer, is
-Incu we desire to expiois pracucwuy ana
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Jly. BusicSSS IB oasina, " J"-'
i U thai one tnai r -a v -
naaa fuotms. tue " ,. .,
I, ST kpiogshotsl or running a lmery stab,..
hs awbasaw (Oa ) Tktemrmfk agrees Oeoeral
Oord V I- -S ' We RtaWBWtaai CSJI WaslBaaajj
to that of boadrsds of o-ber Bout bero newspapers as
to tba attsr folly of present. r.g a Southern candidate
. . a nanaiur ui uuirnur
aoTthiW OWIarSO toS Callows or lur j
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hi ion -t naa oa ana woo i
ay Bpathrrn geutlsman wbo expects
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the 3d of Julj, the PaCBBSc OomncuL
AnvntTOEB enters upon its twentieth volume.
As m this country, eighteen is lawful age for a
female and twenty tor a mi!'', and as a newspaper
may properly be classed as neuter gender, we pre
sume that our journal enn be snid to have arrived
at its majority. In the appreciation of its kind
patrons, evinced by their generous support in tbe
pn-'t, it would eem to have long ago reached the
years of discretion." Aa it add to its years,
we treat that our paper will ever keep up with
tbe progress o! tbe times, and
like old wine, f
improve in strength add flavor
WBSW a ,
We begto remind oor patron, that by paying
their subscriptions in advance tbey will save a
dollar on tbe price. We would also say to our
advertising pntroaw and others, that as this paper
has the largest circulation of any weekly news
paper i aba Islands, it is therefore the beat and
cbeapet advertising medium.
The public may be assured that no expense or
"r w loe '-XI ek trie
leading newspaper of the Ialand by fearlessly
discusaing tire political qucatiaa Of tbe day, giv
ing b correct summary of tbe local events of the
week, and always a detailed summary of foreign
news on the arrival of tbe mails.
Does tbe islmndtr apeak from relfahbte informa
tion when it makes tbe statement that advices,
though not very definite, are not favorable as to
the ppularity of our proposed loan in tbe money
tcntnip the n--rrli n that r nr ' tnlrntrrl " rnn. I
venture the n--rTt, that our "talented" con
temporary ia incorrect in both its inferences and
its conclusion on this subject. The fact is that
bait for a recent marine disaster on the coast of
England, whereby the mails from Honolulu were
lost, tbe necessary arrangement of details in re- '
gard to the loan would ere this have been perfected, j
I.v the conduct and management of a public
institution such as tbe general post-offic
main object should be the greatest good
greatest number. For the accomplishment
that jurpoee it becomes a matter of necessity for
the office that perfect order and the strict observ
ance of known rules should be maintaiued, and
only be relaxed when the greatest good of tbe
atreateat number shall evidentlv render it neces
sary. During the past ten jears, the post office j
this city bas, we can assert without lear of i
contradiction, been conducted on these nrincinles. 1
the public has been well and satisfactorily j
a by it. There has been a degree of prompt-
in the delivery of mail matter arriving after !
delivery of mail matter arriving
office Lours, and sometimes far into the night,
and a general disposition to accommodate on the
part of the Post-master General and his clerks,
the counterpart of winch, we venture to say, will
prove to be the exception rather than the rule in
the post-office departments of most other coun
tries. And yet it is reported that some have re-
cently lieen found to find fault with our post-office j
inHOagement, though it ia not very clear upon 1
what grounds. A new regulation, imposed by j
an order from tho Interior Department, and
which went into effect eni.y the present month,
gives color to this report. This regulation pro
vides that the post-office, instead of closing as is
tbe rule with nil other public officers, at 4 r. n ,
shall be kept open until a Quarter to 5. on tbe i
aaye vneu tne steamer nuauea sans, ine rem-
sun of thi- is pteaumetl '.o be that the steamer, I
unlike otber coasters or perhaps, being a goT- i
e is uot con.-idered to be a
mi,-1(, tnrVtH, lU.t.fKr. hnx '
ernment vc:-sel, el
etpr d,,.-si nr nrovlde a locked Do-t-ofi5ce box
fr,r ihr. rp..ti..n of letters, as reauired bv section !
- - - a a
407 a, laws of 1865, aod that tbe regulation is
for the accommodation of those who either cannot
or will not send their correspondence to tbe office
bv 4 o'clock. This enforced subtraction of an
hour's time, more or less, from what rightfully
belongs to a public servant, is nc great matter,
t,, be sure, but it savors of injustice, and is not a
very encouraging return for the many extra
hours of nieht-work before alluded to as thrown
in by bim in a spirit of accommodation to the J
While tbe present season at these islands bas ear L
. . f
far been noteworthy for frequent rcfresh.r-g
ahowars, gratifying tbe grazier and the plan
and keeping the country green, aceountn from tbe
continent indicate that tbe summer will be a re
markably dry one in all parts of tbe United States,
and everybody there is 'predicting a drouth. Tbe
winter bas been u memorable one for lowneas of
. e . . a a '
temperature, trie formation of ice in the lakes and
i : v : K-..r,,l ... i
live:- luring iitu Bvuictiuuar, utjuua ai t 1 1 -
ence of tbe oldest inhabitant. Here, too, the
weather since October last, has been altogether
abnormal ; our usual climate appears to be " lost,
strayed or stolen," Bad our oldest resident de
declares be recollects nothing like it before. Tbe
rainfall in Honolulu during the eigtit months anq .
three weeks last pat bas amounted to 40.09 in- ;
chen in toe Aggregate, aecoraing io a gunge sept
on Nuuanu Avenue, below the second bridgcv
Tbe following table, which lias been obligingly
furnished u by tbe observer, will show bow tbe
rainfBll has been distributed through that period.
October, ft tO incbea
Novcobcr. 15 1 Incbea
December. 3 30 incbea
January, 4 55 iDcBbW
February, iW incbea
March. 3 Sfl inches
April. 4 U inches
May. 4 10 inches
Juce. (to 24) 1 81 incbea
Total 49." inches.
The Ml o( so generous and uniform a supplj
of moisture has proved a lucky circumstance for
tbe government, tor had there been an opposite j
rmn.litiorj of affairs, the necessity .or a new reiser
otr for th supply of the city would have be- ,
c 'rue a troublesome cause of complaint, which it
is not at present. However, it will be unwise to
boast too soon, for we know not what the coming :
heats of July and August may bring forth.
In connection with the thought of tbe prospect- i
ive M lieavted term," we are reminded of the sub- ;
jet of aummer resorta. Where bhall tbe worn j
and waaned business man of tbe metropolis go ;
for a few weeks change of scene and relaxation of
bodv and mind? For in any climate, and more
as - ' - - I rts-tA aa n fuVkatainnil 1 VvO T4 - !
especially in a iroF.. '"6-
of thia sort has a wonderfully recuperative effect
on the system, and amounts to almost a new lease
of life. A constant, unvarying, treadmill-like
application to a round of duties, however com
mendable snd pecuniarily profitable it may be,
will have the tendency to age most people rather
fa. The blood becomes sluggish and inert, and
tb- mind, as a maiier 01 wu .uuuw.iig eu.ac, ,
gets into cbrooic groove- oi wntractedneeo and j
tinallj into Belfishnc: and an incapacity for the j
biather aims of life. Now a little travel, a differ.
ent air ;.ud scene and companionship, and some
fxmmuniug with Naiure in her own temple, may
change or forelend all this. And therefore we
bold it to be a duty unlese one belong to the I
can't get away ciub "for every man with his !
family, (it Providence bas bleed him with one) '
Z at least once a vear break away from the town
. " , J . . ..
and go somewhere into the country, or bv the ;
seashore. Says gentle Cowper-
Thai can lone make gt tbe bluer driiaVbl
That Ufa .-olda oat 10 all. ahoold most abound
But where ehall we go? There is Waikiki,
where we ctm bath? in the acw. ami In-fir what the
wild wave are wiving bat rattier too near to
town ; a trip around Oahu on foot or oo hone
back, via ( cu Head and Waiaaac, an be d'jrve in
we" comfortably ; Kauai, the fairest ialand of
the group, with ita magnificent aceoerj ufivra
great attrarti jns ; Mount ilaieakala, the gigantic
extinct t lano of Maui, can be reached via Wai-
luku and Makawao, and the trip can be done leis
urely in about ten dajb : and there is ililo, with
Kib.u"'e perpetual tires and Mauna Loa's enow
clad top behind it, to visit which deli berate! j and
appreciatively should require a month. In July
the weather is generally dry on the mountains,
and wild strawberries and ohelos are ripe.
Who'll go? s
THE NEW GOVERNMENT OF SAMOA
The return oi tbe U. S. S. Tuscorora to port
CD Sunday last, has enabled ns to place belore
in r r r r Biivin intaMasrinr -.. Iiapbwv f mt
ai H.-HVBW V-'Bar. UtvivilllK a rv ( eaiiK III'- I'
( fcy in J
Islana ana the orject of the tuscarora visit
there beyond the conveying of Colonel A. B.
Steinberger as Commissioner of the United States.
It appears that the Snmoane, who had con
ceived a very high opinion of and atti.chaient to
Colonel Steinberger, welcomed bis arrival with
every manifestation of joy, as their friend, for
whotv, return they bad been anxiously hoping tat
nearlj. lwo yca In tbc expreijeiou
of an officer of the Tuscarora, " they look upon
him as their Moeea." Aa in the earlier times of
the Hawaiian Islands, each had its chief claiming
sovereignty over the land and tbe people, so at
Samoa there happened to be two families, each
desiring to maintain their separate independence,
arid war between them was a conaequence. For
a number of years there had been battles, hap
pening at intervals of a year. In these strug-
R.-s the rights of neutrals-in other word of
. . .
'.oreign residents were not always respected.
Their crops and other property were sometimeu
destroyed, for which they sought red re from the
Samoan chiefs. Amongst them were a number
of citizens of the United States domiciled in the
islands, who represented their grievances to their
Government, and asked its interposition in their Iwaii. by the uid of republican Auiericau uiissioua
behalf. Upon tbe arrival of the Tuscarora. a rie al Americau citizens. And be implied aoair
I a . . . . . !.,,,, ,...r' ... .i . . j: . . ... l . I '
e tbe DBTmi courx oi enquiry was convened Dy Captain r-.--i " ui-i'aiaS...s waIU3 uiucr 0f the auisine in endless variety,
of the e'roen' cumposca oi tne principal omcers ot his s "" "" ".aa.aaawu , tableiuunne host Herbert's faultl
- ' r J i- i a a aw a- . . rTI Alinj I . . , . . . , , , . , , . II,.,.., ' . I
f i snip. lor ttie purose ol enquiring into and de- r ""v ' MajestL'sand suite and the Admiral
..... ...... I ninarlr I miw i-rili.-i-,. Im Itua n,.r tilr..n Ma nun.L I - .
Saaa.a - .aa. lllltlli.II till l l I V 1 1 i I J 1 1 III it ..ri. llllt I tlllll L- 1 tf.A ' . ......
ling the cases brought before it. tvery
was thoroughly sifted and judgment rendered by
the court, whose findings and decisions go to the
State Department at Washington for its final
action. The decisions were made known to the
SftcDoarj and b? them accepted us just and satis-
11 " mxmed that Captain Erben was in- j
Btructe to co-operate with Colopel Steinberger in
anJ meaflurc that waB deemed necessary to tbe
"access of that gentleman's mission. The first
ciamx tne caees urouent oetore it. fcverv case ,
object of the Commissioner was to compromise huioiuie. tueie nus cover been a man coni
the rival interests of the chiefs, and obtain their bialu sufficieut int ellect, prowess, uud ambition
rianent o. enanl.rUtinn r.f th. rrrm.n to brinK ihv mh R,ouP OBS rule. Hut
under one Government. That being successfully
accomplished, tbe organixation of a government
under one bead was readily acquiesced in, the
form of which seems to be a representative tuon-
I a w . a r .
arcDJ unaer u King Willi a lour years' tenure of
,JIDCei restricting tne dynasty to two tamilies
recognixed by the Samoana as of highest lineage,
P""" " made for sundry cabinet officers, the
highest of which is Premier, which position was
conferred upon Colonel Steinberger. A consti
tution, most of tbe principal features of which
are modeled from that of tbe United Slates, was
aptcd, adopted and ratified by the King
j r . , , ..,. ..
v "' im cniiio
wtiafaction by the people.
The population of the entire group, in 1874, is
a - ia -a wrv a . . . .
etaU'd bJ tne WeBlcyan missionaries to have been
33.1B. ana tnciuaed in this are some 200 Euro-
1" and Americans and 700 natives of other
parts of Polynesia. The native race is reported
as splendidly formed, of remarkably fine char
acter and possessing more than the average intel
lect and intelligence of the inhabitants of otber
parts of Polynesia. Tbey are generally well ed
ucated in tbe common rudiments, and well in
structed in religion. In those of tbe islands to
which the ware have not extended, the population
i- on the increase.
Lieutenant oeo. A. .morris, ot the tuscarora,
to His M
was bearer of dispatches from tbe new fJovern-
Sham iiao tr f nn t r.f I Io xn t t vo nsm iriinrr I
, .,.-, . M r.
to His Mntentv Kalnknua n eonv of the fiiiMlltn
. ' . . .
l iivii abo ouvJvu f xbbjvb a tAajuvnviiik u luiuiai iLLUg
nition of the indecendence of the Kinrrdum of
In closing this mere summary of a few selected
from a volume of interesting facts in regard to
the Samoan Islands, their people and Govern-
mriM f if mor Ka TJkTll tf fi rfri tfn f an nvAnt a,
Ull- Uka a r amu -rsv rr v, aa v aovaaai , ii v ta aa s. a v. s a v uv
nnI ita tho sinldon Rnrinrrinrr inln PTictoncr nn a
f a o
nation of an island people, will attract great
interest in the old civilized countries, and first
Basannnta mav be exaggerated bv the euthuEiatstu
if tbnae who rartieinatrd in the work of nlacinc
a.i .1 r .1 ia a.
anew nation on tue map oi inu oriu new in
least in now taking the form of a Government of
laws. It may be well to tak
1t . t. emtmm
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It often happens
i rnfiuv ui kuvc ui as tiLwuuir. at v i iv u 1 r
i. .. -1.. -l nj.n,.,.n l .
in. i. lwiir iuuu in uutvuHim uuu nic-c ore iu
bo found everywhere hurry off to newly discov-
ered gold diggings, or to distant islands supposed
to promise fortunes in a short time. Overdrawn
or exaggerated accounts of such places are calcu
lated to arouse the slumbering spirit ot adventure
in great cities, and entice many reckless men to
flock to tbe new Eldorado. We think it would
be well for the newspapers in publishing letters
of corrcsDondents to caution against and dissuade
people from taking too much for grunted in
Government has had a trial, its resources are
more developed, and ita ability to sustain a new
and greater population is fully ascertained.
In this connection it may be well to state, that
so far as regards tbe present commercial interests
of tbe islands. Cobra (or dried cocoanut) is the
princinl article of export, and this has been a
quasi monopoly of the German bouse of Goddefroy
t Co. Very little can as yet be predicated of the
other productions, though cotton, sugar, and
some otber articles of value to tbe old nations it
is said grow there, and may eventually become of
Bufficicnt importance to invite the establishment
of more business houses than can be maintained
in tne presem statue ui ttie isiauut.
. AA. I A I - 1
The following extracts from a letter received
Krn from an Kntlir?h tuiheionrir v loni? rehident on
' 0 . ...
the 0:1 moan group, uuu which we arc peruiiiieu
to copy, will be read with interest :
Col. U-inberger has beeu received with great
gUdnes8 bv neariv au the people. A very few.
whQ fcfe Rom3n Catholics, seem not altogether
pieaefi. The fact U the priest" party has been
cbeck-mated by his arrival. The government was
in imm'nent danger of being broken up by a
popish ptty. aided by other non-contents. They
wcre looking for a disturbance which could not
have done them barm, but which would probably
have done them good.
" The provisional e-iablished ,n
1873. worked very well indeed : bu, many of the
Dpople thousht the time had come for going further
and electing a king. This we knew to be a most
dangerous experiment, and we tried to dissuade ;
them from risking what .hey already had by bring-
; n mii-li 1 ratiae of tllSCOrd. Other Counsels,
ing lip !Ucn a CHU 01 ui.t,uiu ...
however, prevailed. There are two families pos- ;
sesaiDg about an equal right to give a king, and
when tbe mat:, r was brought up it was found that
the supporter of both famine nu; have a repre-mUtivi-.
Two king were therefore appointed
and at Pur.rr',-, i .tablisted. Bet thai did not pre
srT - peace In each family there were two can- i
Jii tlea for tbe kisBship three Protestants and
one Roman Catholic. Tb Fi-nch priesta would
not attend the ceremon) if aweaiin; ia the two
chiefs and fourteea counsellors, and alaes then '
tbc'r partT ba.s been agitatinz t d-irov the gov
ernment. They formed s nacU-u around which
others who were difaffecti-d--!'(..mo who were dis- i
appointed in not obtaining office and who thought
tbemaelves slighted, and others who bad suffered
for law-breaking were gathering. Matters were
looking seriou?. and were giving us some concern,
when Col. Steinberger arrived. Now, surely all ,
will unite vnder his gtridonce. and if be acts wisely .
his residence may be of great benefit to the pple.
As tbe representative of tbe United States Govern-
ment, nearly all hare bad confidence in him. and
be will be able to com-olidat- the overnnit-nt and
put thing!? in working order. It he carrier out Lis
plaus as tbey b:tr bt-en lepresenled ti. a. Li
Cuming will prove the beginning of belter dans,
politically . for .Samoa. I was and am csavinacd
tbtt some external aid was absolutely necessary
for tbe establishment of a lasting goreruuient.
1 hat aid could not now b- giveu here by mission
aries as missionaries gave their nid to tbe Hawai
ian Government formerly in Its time of need.
Religious BaiflkOSatfM would imtnediatety be awuk
eued by such a (.ourse. Hence we ale shut up to
such uid as that now offered ly the United slates.
Government, or to annexation by some gimmi
power. I beaitily aympaliitze with the wish of the
people for help, because I believe tbut without
help from some quarter there would be continual
anarch; uud eventual rat. As to iaiiouaiity, 1.
for many reasons, prefer tbe help o" tbe United
stales ol America to that of Great Dr. tain. I wish
to ave this people under ihe cure of some liberal
power which will secure to tbem justice and reli
ri a e.a a
" lu a number of tbe t'i kBwal jtkal to baud (ol date
September, 1874) Dr. Damon rpeaks with rather
much Bclf-cougrutulaliou ou the way in which the
rights of tbe natives and the authority of the king
aud chiefs have been sedulously guarded ' In Ha-
ly comprehensive view of the matter uhout which
be writes. Hawaii differed from most I think 1
may aay ull Polyuceian groups at the time ot the
introduction ot Christianity. It had a king not
merely u nominal one bui oue who ruled, and
who made bis rule feared ff uot respected. Apart
from Christianity iii waiiuu chiefs were real chiefs.
Except in tbe Society Islands, uud perhaps Tonga.
j Hawaii differed iu this respect from most other j
groups of the Pacific. Samoa, like the Marquesas,
i never been united under one rule io lact, has j
there bus beeu a multitude of petty chiefs, (one of
tbe old mibsionarii's tued to say every alternate
man you meet is u obiel) each exert iag Very, very
little influence, and couetant tends have- beawi the
J I u give your American limiaaariffS very great
; tredit for what baa been doue in political as well
us in purely religious teaching in Hawaii. Hut it
lAtnerican missionaries bad been in Samoa, tbey
would not have made this group like the Hawaiian
at the present time. Tonga differs considerably
from Samoa, and is following haul on Hawaii in
civilization. Hut tbe reason oi it is that King
George brought ull those islands under bis rule,
and made proirress possible. Dr. Hamoti says tbe
' ncontrovertible ' that - in the groups of
the boutb Seas, Where miSSJeaarfn and foreign
I resiuents ironi EawiasM una oilier curopt-an conn-
i tries have prednilliuted. the rights or kings, chiefs
and common people have been partially at least
a A" Hi M a as VI
. ?-' w--.-.! -..,1 .. .
; sentTrthut ubserUob. l1ffTactis that Tahiti
ignoreti. uuu tue n t t i . governments auoweu to
the only place to which it applies. In othei
groups there have been no native govTument3 to
i subvert or overturn. That ia tbe cause of all the
I mischief there has beeu no authority, no rule,
j Not even in Fiji, now annexed to Great Britain.
has there been any native government to subvert.''
1 " R R . JOHN H. PATY WILL ACT FOR
! lTE me under power of attorney during my ubaercu from
1 the Kingdom. (994 lm) CO AS. R. BIfeHOP.
THE CAPTAIN OF THE BAHO,CE
MATTlE MACLKSY will not be responaible for
any debts contracted by the crew or omcers of aaid
vessel while in this port.
J. H. WALTER.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
r-siiK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
U. existing under the firm name of 8NELL & KIN j is
hereby dissolved by mutual consent. All outstandiug debts
I sue to the late flrus, and ill debts owi
ring to the same, wilt be
settled by the late firm.
A. W. SNBLL,
J. L. KINO.
Honolulu, June 26th. IBTw
THE UI EN MAb MEGTIAU Of?- IMK
MEMBERS of the QUEEN'S HOSPITAL SOCIETY
IHE UIENXIAI MEETISB
will be hel.l at Aliurtkoi House, on Saturday. July 3d 19i5.
at 11 A. M. XT A large a:tendance is requested.
993 3t Per Order r . A. sUHAkrfin, sec y.
W Kf 14: tT H A V I IM u. I I
A ftiI'Go, BEACT. IT IS SAID, IS
j aTjb A
ky foraVer, and a fitness is the eaaeotial idea of
7 7 - - - la. 1- .: .Hi lv,' I a I'll! Vtf
' beautrv as wef maintain t is
LUC iJ D tl I .ill ,1J1VUI.I(
i witu Jfi 0f d e
I V 1
PATENT WATER WHEEL
is one of the most iauti ul things io tbe world; nothing
iu the wholr range of modern invention beinf better adapted
to relieve humao drudgery or Otter for tbe purposes intended.
The ( tidrraigard arc Special Ageals for
lite follow lug Mat hiut a:
WHEELER & WILSON,
WILCOX & GIBBS,
CALL. AND MAKE YOUR CHOICE I
WE ARE PRKFAKKD TO FURNISH TIIK
t. any of lhete michinw wjlicn wiU ma them perfectly with-
) out the leaat exertion on .he part of the operator. These
Wheels are made here at the BRASS FOUNDRY,
superior to those imported, and sold for less money.
RTY 0K AND YOl WILL BL CO.WlAf LD !
It is a well known fact tkat the ill health of tboosands of
women and cirls. can be traced to the exertion required to
run Sewine Machines by foot power. A word to the wise is 1
990 DILLINGHAM A- CO.
DICKSON, 61 FORT ST.,
" THE L.A RCESX A ASSORT
Kou Calabashes, Kapas, Mats,
- . -I
Native Dres aea. Shell Vecklnces. Ac, to fnucd in Ho
nolulu, and for sale at LO V PRICES I
PICTURE FRAMES !
In Great Namber and Variety.
PHOTOOIUWW A Large Stock or Hawai
ian Views and PortraitB
Aiwavs Hand, Meunttd aa Cards or I nmoDntf d.
092 FOB HAILING qr
The International Reception and Ball.
The eeent of the year was tbe gran J reception and
ball last night at the Hawaiian Hotel, given by lb
itixens of Honolulu io A Imiral Almy. Capt Gberardi
tbe officers of tbe U. S 9. PeaasraVd. "as a
mark of their high appreciation of tbe attentions
shvwn His Majtat; the King if these Islands, while
in the United States and tne uniform kiodoes and
courtesy eaten led to tb. . t:.n.uni:y auJ the people
of these isiati Is, by -Seers of the I'. S. Nbtt." The
Hotel itself was brilliant! illumioated, and tbe
gnunds lighted up with teas ok Chinese Uatcrns,
tbe swaying of wbicN anu tig the treea and foliage
made a scene of fairj-likc t-e.mty.
At eight o'clock ue recepti. r. cor.imenceii in the
east parlor, where fir two hcur the large company of
ladies and gont!eon, passing in procession, were
fcrmslly presented o tbe Admiral and tbe officers of
his staff. Near tie Admiral and Capt. Gberardi
were their Majestiis tbe King and Queen and suite.
and H R H Pance LeWoboku. and the King's
At about 10 o'dock, dancing commenced in the
spacious Pavilion erected for the purpose in tb rear
of the Hotel, anl was kept up with but brief inter
ruption until lotg pat midnight indeed until day
light itself waa -lose at baud. Tbe music was ample
and excelieut, br besides tbe Government band un
der the leaders :p of Berger (who was Musical Direc
tor for the everiug) that of the Pnaecta was iu at
tendance Tb' Pavilkm was admirably arranged,
being '.HI feet ii leugtb, 4U iu width and 18 ia height,
aud iriiuiediat'ly adjoining the rear entrance to tbe
Hotel, fiom ihe balcony of which tbe ball-room
afforded a splendid picture, where forty-six lamps
shone o'er far womeu and brave men, and all went
merry us a uarriage bell. It reminded us of stand
ing on the poop of a war ship, and looking down
unou tbe msin-deck during a ball afloat. And the
resemblbnc was etUl further carried out by the dec-
orations of jur Pavilion which, having been devised
and execued by Midshipman Allderdice consisted
of the flagi of all nations (most prominent being
those of Anerica and Hawaii) drape 1 overhead and
at the sidt?, with bere and there the whilom dread
implemen s of warfare, cutlasses, pistols and mus-
kets, ornamentally arranged ns stars, diamonds and
rosettes oa tbe walls.
I Thp nBeP. was announced at 12 o'clock.
was suirptuous in the extreme, consisting of a vast
abundarce of both the substantiate and the delicacies
and placed on the
ess style. Their
and other invited
guests sat across the upper entt of the hall, and tne
compaiy down the middle and at tbe sides The
health of their Majesties was proposed by the Hon.
Mr. Carter, and responded to by His Ex. the Minister
of Foreign Affairs, who gave "Admiral Almy, Capt.
Gberardi and the officers of the United States Navy."
This was responded to by the gallant Admiral ia a
neat speech, who gve the ' Royal Family."
Tie very agreeable and satisfactory manner in
which everything passed off at this appropriate dem-
... . . , .. , ,
oils ration oy our cmzeus iu nouur ot tuosc wuo, uy
the.r tttention to our King have done us honor, is
very creditable to the various committees, and to all
ot accrue i Tbe International Reception and Ball
will be long and "pleasantly remembered by both
guests and hosts.
CbbI. Uniruaon. ol ihe Am. Ship RMBBALD,
' tikes this method of returning his kindest thanks to Admiral
i Almy, Capt. Qheradi and Krben ami the Officers and Srxmen
! f the U. 8. 3. 8. PensacoU and Tuscarora lor the very ralua
ble assistance rendered by them on the burning of his ship on
the ii'ght of '.L 20th Inst , and during th" day of the 21t.
! Also, to the Honolulu Fire Department forjheir efficiency on
I that ncearion. It
The t tiiti Engineer, on behnlt'oflh Fire
Depai-.tuetit of Honolulu, take s this method of ret drains
i ,h,ks to the ciiiwns generally, both i.ativ- and foreign, for
the raluablt- aistarce rend, red to our Firemen on the occa-
Bf,n of ti.- conflaicrAiion on shipt.oarJ ...i Monday last. -The
mvag hand." Urns onerously afforded, is the more appre
; cto,e1 ,rom lhe f.ict lhat ,hc lRhlr m .ir,,u, us anrt lonR-con-
' niP".ejl. w"il' tnc fire t-'sropanies at present Bie oak fuil
Honolulu, Juue 23d, 18T5.
NOTICE. The Pacific Bnae Bnll Club
aictt for practice on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at
i o'clock, P. M., on the grounds at the rear of the Custom House
Honolulu. Juue 8th, l7i. 99 if
Mr. J. T. V,nlerhuac biasing received
from the New Zealand Insurance Company, through their
Ageut, Mr. O. N. Owen, the amount of $6,800, insared by him,
on merchandise, by the ill fated schooner VARTNA,begs to
express his thanks and the satisfaction he feels at the prompt
ness displayed in seUling this loss. Th New Zealand Insur
ance Company certainly derervt a fair share of the Insurance
Business of Honolulu
993 J.T. WATERHOCSE.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
MR. JAMES a DOWER. OF HONOLU
LU, having executed to me a deed of assignment of all
his property for th-- benefit of his creditors, I hereby notify
his creditors to present their claims duly verified to me within
one month from this date.
S. B. DOLE, Assignee.
Honolulu. 19th Jnne1875. 995 4t
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
entered into partnership uniler Uic firm name or style of
" Hitchcock & Co."
D. H. HITCHCOCK.
E. . niTCHCOCK,
QHAB H. WETM0RE.
Uilo, April 23th. 1875. 888 t
Wheat Meal, Graham Flour,
Corn Meal, Cracked Corn,
Cround Rice, Cracked Barley.
GROUND TO ORDER, by
Orders left with Dillingham e Co., or E. O. Hall Son will
POSTPONEMENT SALE OF REAL ESTATE
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEX THAT THE
Sale of Lands belonging to the Estate of W. II. KAAL'
W AI. deceased, advertised to take pUc- at Wniluka on
the 26th day of June, inst., at 12 o'clock uoon. is postponed
by order of the Court t-ntil SATURDAY, the 7lh day of Au
gust next, at the same time and place.
JOHN J.OII UN'AUNA,
995 3t) Administrator of Est. f W. II. Kaauwai, deceased.
flll.K! HIIbLK! IfllaLK!
WELL KNOWNFUUNUI DAIRY!
fTg THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
licCirir pnrchased the well known herd of MIICII
TTC " COWf from Mr. J. Richardson, and also
having leased the Lands known as the
riJUNIJI MILK RANCH!
ne Is prepared to furnish to customers
PI RK FRESH MILK. I Qr.l.YTlTIES TO SUT '.
SIX Cents per QUART,
FULL MEAaCRE GUARANTEED,
And IrliTtrrd in Ihe burning and Aftemuou !
TV Tu large customers, such as Ilcttl and Restaurant keen.
J er. Ships of War, Ac, he will n-ake Special Contracts, at
l. ... r.-
Order given to Jehu, who has cliarge of the Milk Van, or
left at the International Hotel, will be promptly attended to.
A KONG, Proprietor.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
'I'HK PROPRIETOR WILL SPARE XO
1 Pains to mak this
3 T Tf T
rirot.f'loce i l-l TTvTrtV. Dnwiianla. I
A, AA Ov VluSO A AA JU tCl J X CLk L It U.I U I ,
ROOKS CAN BE HAD BY THE IHT OR WEEK
with or without board.
HALL AND LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
96 PUBLIC MEETINGS. OR SOCIETIES. ly
FURNISHED DWELLING FOR RENT
Fart. tare th. oodrA- i aikdn-aa.r.a. lor
t o r mtry m .th. ru a cauit af atrarsre. Ttrm.
Urorabte ,o , carvfa.
si r; K IT kTi i.
rlewcrti Sugar It- :!-r. iTrt; , u.iun mLfi
K. .1 .J rr-frrrcc cirrn. A m
F Wai:. r.Maa,
I" . OCRS Bfl K h-1 invt, o nir
Firat Daj of Aaa. 14. rntrrrd ttt a l.vprcaerblp.
nd.- :hr oar aod J w " VtLl A r... lor the tmr
poae of rarryinj oo
(aaprr'ai aaal Vaaiinii Blwe
In all If I-ratK". SaK a(Ci.-it a ikirr of tlir paMle pa'.moafr.
j n RRt'.va.
it. rint BB.
Hcmbikn, Jane U, 1S7S. aWA Bw
rHEREA.it ntviD smith or ho.
MStawcaent to the un.lrraJitnod of all fata pror-Ti , r. l and
and au baria eiaua ca.r.K Dim, t prr rot tjV- uaa mrt
VSMBSSI to the
Iftvsl daring th.. nr xt six month rrran
thia BaHk or ihry wilt hr rrr harr' t
R F. PILl.tNOIIAM.
11. J. AONKW.
Hoo.luJu June 11 to, 1ST&. ,-Hl) A.irnrra
3. m. aara-r. K uaria.
J. H. BRUNS & CO.,
BEO I .K V K TO 5UTII V THI Pt'BlrU
that Uiry har pun had thr- enurr am kn trade of
Uip lat- Jamr L. Lewi. aDrkhat thnv vill rvmtini'.. ,, r...-
n ihr Businniji uf
Coopering and Gauging,
At thr Oid Staud on KINt STBRRIT. n ar (h- hVthH. aatil
funhrr nrxicr. And alao,
ON UI KBN STHtET. NEAR FORT,
Where (hey will be ftpui Prepnrt-i io Etrwtt all
Orders thtir line.
j OftSkS, KerOSQe 00 Containers
for T.aLLOW. Btctc , ALWAYS ON nNP.
Uouv.lulu, Jane 12, 1876.
nlo Of liOfll IOsUIH'
Bl IK Tl K OFX ORDER MADE OX
thf 7th day of Junta. D. JS75, by the Hon. Charlra C
Harris, Finn Aaaocialo Jaice of tbe 8uprrmr Court ol the
Hawdiian lalanda, Kceaiiaj. JOHN KOH DNAtlNA, Ad
ministrator of the batatef WILLIAM H. KAAUWAI. late
of Ucrjolulu, deceaaed, lo at public auction, certain land
belonging to ail ratale, Ikhf undrraignett, will aril at public
Os Saturday the ith day sf Jsnr, A. P. 1K1S
At the door ot the Gorrrbrnl Uouar, Mouclulu, at l'J o'clock
noon, all the right, title fd Interest of the aaid William II.
Knauwai. drcraaed, in ango all thoao
TWO KAiiO IATOUBS,
Situate at Wtapu, Waibiki, Oahu.
Conveyed Id 7.. Kaauwriy Hawaii and Mahutua by deed re
corded iu the office of tlltrgitrr.r of Coo vej ancra, in Liber
S of Deed, page 600, ararticularty dracrilrd in Land Ccm-
: i . it:, iiov
lro, 5 arrra,
. tjSttnin. mf
laow Oahu, gran
nurl aitaaitlr. mi
Kauhikl, Vaiklki. 1
. granted to 7.. Kaauwal by
Royal Patent No 372
The rale is subject to
approval of the Court, at the Court
House, Honolulu, on
rarduy. Imr Sib dray of July.
A. D. 1876, at lOo'cloca. M ., when all parties interested are
notified to appear.
IN A UNA, AdmlnUtratnr
le Eat of W. H . Kaauwal, deceased.
THE CO PA1 XERSIIIP HERETO
fore existing an the firm nrnnr of RLACK B A CM),
is hereby dissolved bmulual consent. Mr. J. H. BLACK
will pay all liabiliUes!Jthe late partnership, and all persons
indebted are requests to make immediate payment to him
only. J. H. BLACK,
June 1st, 18TB JAMK At LD.
I MllBsliiNKIi, PROPRIETOR
ind Publisher .'the faciFic Commkkcial Advkktiokb,
will continue the hwness of Printing and Publisnlng In all
its branches at the elitnnd. No. 16 Merchant Street.
June 5th, 1975. J. U. BLACK.
RAM FOR THE FOURTH
A F INK, ASSORTMENT OF
EASTEIN FIREWORKS !
j coasisTiso OF t
iwuuaia, wWi iraiiun-lim, tHJWA rr" A XII I NIOR
CANDLES; piaOLA8, WHEELS. TRIANOXRS,
FLOHiPOT8, OALLOTADES, R08I.TTES.
PJ,V.S. THEATRE FIHE8, Ac.
Togelkrr wwb Cbiaear Roekela, Crarbers
ami Oahle Enrlrla,
On han.l and Fjvale in quantities to suit at
TUOS. O. TUKCM'H.
Order frrtHS" other Island filled with care. 99i
NEH SALMON, 1875!
Just rived per Mattie Macleay.
Itra Superfine Flour,
Lime;, Pork, Hamg.
Canned Salmon and
Beef, &c, &c, &c.
H. KACKFELD a. CO.
InikWe your Opportunity
rapi I NDERSIGNED
l r AN INVOICE ' F
JXTbO. 1 E3
CtfTRACT MATTING !
REMARKABLY B.OW PRICE.
1, . pre not In wains of thr Article- JUST
v IT will pay you te Bay If, nntf
hrrp lr until yea ale want ll.
Ore Mtira this Matting at from 12 1-2 to
Xfjcent. less than the same article has been
9f DILLINGHAM Co.
LIME, LIME. LIME :
T RECEIVED FROM SAN FRANCISCO
MURRAY AXh GOOD TKNI PL.A R,
tor eaie in uuantilles to suit FurchasT at 1VW
KKET RATES. . U 8. C. ALLEN.
Blocks and Oars!
H l-l- ASSORTMENT.
I For rale by
BOLLEfi B CO
Oregon Leaf Lard.
Q'sZ?Klvt:,y PER rAL
II ROLLK8 A CO.
Oregon Dried Apples.
1ST RECEIVED. AND FOR HA LE BY
RX BOLt.RS if CO.
25,000 CHINA BRICKS.
ITRA SIZE. TV I I.I. LAY tHOI'T 80
4 per cent more thnn CalMomia brick, received per bark
k, and for sale by
Bjllb a co.
1? KIL.V-.rsV E.VED
"LTTTICJ 1 T WAkT
I KITS SALMON
BOI.LKA A CO.
liAC KED 18T5. SPRING.
B0LLB8 B CO.
f - - wa. ' aH isj
, UQGON SUGAR CURED HAMS !
EXTR A i I A LIT Y.
lai'K ED BY JOHXSOX B SPALDING
and warranted superior Joat recelTed per Faiklnburr
fcr ule by
BQL1.ES B CO.
ATl.li . j t araBlnaa. Bear! Xgjm.
aweioa r.roqlraai J. f
TIIK I'rtlMlvVk i iTirn .w..r...
'rHrgirai.4l)o.lai' Slot II -i.k. .u-
rjr u NilMtava and rUtarr. alt a nr WitaaarT aa aaaa a
SV'JSSja. Fr.r I'&rtlmtan. and, io
J?"..8.. r nOOoiJ.. Waltaka, Maal
.TO LET OR LEASE!
atRk rHORjIDatBlitABTarat I'RCMhKIl ON
53 'onrrtlr mirdi , A e. bbjck.
' WP, Fnr Faatbmtaira aaattr ta
i. S I KM ON
peraeot then wRhoa, cWlar to HJfif
110101- Marjaaairk. A " rsAP
TH: n hi u iKi
tt-A IJ.k: J '-11-11 . CIU
a, J I --.a- S a. . . - " W BftsBBIW I IT 1 1
i nkut . - T?T w ,n Lr0 TASJ-
f thr- i
eT tamairli ihe undm.rnnl
Mnnr4ala.Mrrh IT, IBBB.
'BVIIkV I MlfUIIDii'n . . u
r i icr- t-irt I: . ..r ...
""a ri siaHIKL. rlr.4
roria llllrMnl t nai l I . mik, , . "
ih1 all who harr rialn.r ugalaat thr a.H K.talr ba , I '
.um. ..it . .... l. . . -. . . . I
- w, - i -amifnm. Bi lau Ska larva m mi
aiooth froni datr. ,r they wtH be a rrrrr ratrrrj And all
!rr??f.Mvin f rtJ Ihrlr pnaaraaUa, ol vhatrrrr
draorlpttor,, brlenlng l,, U,r Katatr . A N M K W MAN I SI
1122' ' n to Ibr l dar,4,r.l
- ....... iu, marrrwr io rnlrr an aorrajal tbra -a
Jlo,,rlulu, April BO,,-!.!.. ' " UkC """
BECF AND PORK !
f ESS I'llHK.
I'M PRIMi; roRK,
" All AN BBBF
For Male by A. W. PX1RCB B OO.
BOSTON MANILA CORDAGE,
I ! Iw . larhra,
RO THE KV HEDFORD FAt rORt.
"I'1' y B't"n I laaarlf or am other
WI tm RBTHale by A. W I KIKt'K BCO
DRIED APPLES t
"'' I - - ( A W I'KIHCE A CO
INVOICE OF AMERICAN CLOCKS !
Ffr&al FfLA St 1st O PRICRB.
991 aai .. , , ,,CRrBLD B CO.
INVOICE OF SILK FOULARDS
J RKfEIVBO 'IA PANAMA.
HACKEEI.O B CO
nd streams and exer-
I wit. water id ice
P I LOT REAI!kner1 .
II VMS ....ri ORBOON UMR.
For Hale at H. HACKPKLf) A OO.'S
f. PI' RSi; A XC E OF AX ORDER MADE
on the 27th lay of May, A D. 1IT6, by th lloti Cha. C.
Harris, Fwbt Axanriate .luttee of the fiupremr Court, nf tbe
Hawaiian Island, lieensitig me. .tolls Koil t'NAt'NA, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of Win. II. Kuauwal, latr of Uojo
lulu, dceasl, to a. I at Public Auction certain lands belong
inp to said Estate; I the undrrlffted will aril at Publle Aurtloa T
ON SATURDAY, 7th DAY OF AUGUST,!
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At Mosstnan's Store, in the tmru of Wailuku, Maal, all the
Right. Title and Interest of the said Wm II. Kaaawal.de.
ceased. In and to tho
ILI OF LINO KNOWN AS PAPOHAKU t
aitutti-d at Wailuku, Maui, to Ui
Four parcels of lartd 1st, 2 chain an4 4 fathom aqutrr) Bi,
1 acre mi l 1 square chain 3d, H acre 4th, 14 acre, f chain
and 100 fathom squ ire.
Aad likewise. In and to certain lands situate in llalaula, at
Wailuku. Maui, n tor said. In wit. 16 Ms, aa follow:
1st irt containing Bl square rods.
61 h lot
1 4th lot
1 acre, 15 square rod
l rood, .11 quar rod
6 arjuare rods.
3 acre, rood, US rods.
3 roods, SS mrt
3 aerVB, 3 roods, 27 md
S rood. A rod. ,
1 roM 3S rod. , '
3 r .irla, 93 mat.
8 aare. I rood. IU n, i.
And alo a portion of land situate at Talkl. Maai the 1st I. a
nuini&K 4 96-100 aerra, ai d the 3d In,, lb r aerwT
" "'I1", una ar.n interest of thr drx rwasd in and
t all the pieces ami pare I. of land drarrlbrd In Ko.al fafnl
229. beinf tha loU of land conreed to the awaVABwafaallto
K Kaaaw.1, hi. brother, b, tb. botr. of N.pJhTr. a re
tain deed i.f reconl In Liber 41. pngrs 4al and 454 Thr first
t? rhiC,Jnt!:'nV 1 "10 ""- In llalaula. In
W n.luku. aroresatd; the Becor.d lot, a 34 ISO acre Id fuakn
W sllnku, lalorcsald; and the Uiird, 23-100 of an acre ltuate ai
tbe same place i and tho fourth, 1-10 of an aera
Atid I Shall f.irtil r exiKiac for lalal f..v.l. a... aa.
Court lloow, In the town of LahalnaT
4bR , all tmlmm4JUsmmim mt M.).,,
an . M d"jfbd Und OommisBlofi A Ward No.
J -x.l, and containing 0 8-100 acres in favor of Z Raauwal
And llkewlaea Trnrl ef I. siinelrw nl Wel-
"itt:!!'2aL4,r0;inn,,erern,'H ,n W
ON 8ATUEDAY, THE 3d DAY OF JULY,
AT 12 w'CLOCR NOON,
all Ibe Right and InUreat of aaid deceased, In and to
I CERTAIN LOTS OF LAND,
RITUATB IN TIIK
AHUPUAAS of PAEOHI and PUUlkOA
At Lahalna, Maai '
Tho brat lot tontainiag an area of 3T square rod th acrrvt.
j to win the ILI OP V AllE.c. nt.li.i,.g .0 area of
acres. 2 roo-Is and 13 rralsj the third oot.tainin- M area of 1
rood and 20 rorls; arwt the fourth cont loin; an area r.r t roods
and 34 rod.
j Aod also the certain FjOI) A WD Rl'LA LAND lr,
the All C PL A A OF PAKOIII.Id Uhaina, aforesaid, roouirt
iof in all, an area of Z acres, 1 rood and 4 rods.
And ilhewlae, all the Right, Title ami Interest of tbe d.
ceased, in and lo tbe
ILIS of KAMANI & KALUAAHA,
AHTJPUAA of OLOWALU, near Lahaiua,
The first cnntalnina an area of 2 acre. 3 rooda anri 3a wt..
ar.d the second, 3 acres. 1 rood and 22 rods.
The fait ht r description cf tbe land may be seen on applica
tion at the Clerk' Ofr of the Supreme Court UNTIL BAT
I'HDAY, the l&h of Joe. l?b, and afterward at MR
MOS8M AN'3 BIOKK, at Wailuku aod at tbe UO I.R.N OR'a"
OFFICK. Lahalna, Maai.
Sale sutiject to the apprrrral of the Cowtt, at the Court
House, Honolulu, on Thureetay. tbe 8lb mmy el Jaaly.
1876, at 10 o'clock A M., wben all panira interest' d are aoU.
fled t -. appear.
Jons KOII UNAUNA,
A iminitrator -f the Estate of W m. H. Kaaaa-al, dereaaed
i- ; jt
ENGLISH " PORTLAND CEMENT,"
IECEIVED f ROM THE BARK KA MO.
For gale hy
II0LLE8 A CO.
DAVIS PAIN KILLER. .
'lHK OENUIN B ARTICLE FOR8A L E BIT
W in A. W PKIRCR A CO-
BE8T ENGLISH PORTLAND CRmST'
ECEIVED OIRECT FROM Kl'ROFK.
y Me mat arrivars. and warrantad freih and rood
For Bale at the Unseat Hairs, by
HOLLM fc CO.
A FOR HALE BY
883 S A. W PEIKCRB
msba a. w. PBiacB a co.
BEEP AND PORK.
AMERICA;" BBBF, HAW Alia V a, a. a. a.
For Ital' y
A W. PKIRCB A CO.
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR f
BAUER'S EXTRA FAMILY FLOCR.
Kec;,vM per .Murray, and fnr sale by
HOLLKfl A CO.
oa iiaea-iie, an in- RlgM, Tltlr. and Interrat a nuirrd br
I"J!.'0e'Jitl.',r0m A- n'' Rauml, Li aife, In and to thr
!r ,'?,V,, ln land CnlBirm ward Ko 616, eontainina
15100 of an acre. In the town of Wailnkn ..ia "
DIRECT from PORTLAND,
OREGON. Har re-la
Columbia River Spring Salmon I
PACKED By WARREN A CO., lwT.a-eV
wsrranted a, f,'PElUOR qoaliiy. iror ssiab
W BOLLtt CO