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BY E. P. ADAMS.
For I'orf land.
TIIISOA v :
SLOO I F O K A I K
AT AUCTION !
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 21st.
At II O'clock, M-, at Lrerr HUrf. will -oil
at PbM: A or lion, by ori-r t tie Apnl,
I MeCo!;ran. If.f
Sloop "Waiixialu !
It rr. the evte ft it.- I.if E. McCr.Itl.aTOS. It,l(
linop ; r)YT 21 ton. h Keen !hnr'i?M r"ra.frd, cffrl
nl rof.pr fatr.ed. t"jr?hr wirh ivhnri ftn1 eh"r.
Kr fur!-T pir;'-n!ir ernr- of J. MCOLO AN. or
r .. r. ah tow.
t!f- Dl.lr A M
THE HAWAIIAN BABK
T. II. V. ALTr::. Mvr.
Will Lave Quick Dispatch, for Above Port.
Krtriyfct or I'.i.sae, spi-ly i-j
II I!( KH:LOa Co.. Ar tn.
At lOOYVwk. A. M , at ?.t- t'tvn. will Sold.
A Vm-iorl A s- s ortmon r of;
. Kl I.I. .. K (II
vie. &c, &c.
for I'U'.tk i unvoi.i: roTERs.
E. P. ADAM?, Auctiraeer.
FOII SA FRAXC'ISfO.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Splendid Steamship
Ptii( or Tin Moos roi tin Non or Atoir.
IHTi IIONOLt iv Msas Tims.
I Move . i6- it
w ,rji viaartr 4 ii.S r
1 Fa!i Moon 5 2.7 M
J tenarl-er 3 t TH
.:; ..-vr ! r, 1 r
Tl HE OK l SiI6ADSETTIe.
l-iu3r 5 37 aw, Pun ct 5 Ci v
ud rie i 40 4 in ; San set 6 50. 5 r
ii iSun naes i 3 , Pen eu..... .6 io 3 r
J Sun r;- 5 4'V7 x. Sua x-t 21 6
?a fun r e a 4" S : fira wi 6 15 Irx
SI ,m ritv- 6 4 M: wu 14 en
, F:r.r.. Tho alarm ca Tuesday morning last waa
uisod ly tbe burning of a b.-un on the premiss
f Judge Jno. on Kinr street, below tf the Ka-
WiH.iaao i riurch. J be onzii ! tre sre i ni-
!.!. vtn !o- a'o(t 0ti.
M1TM, IUrij Nir.
. Aim "ST -21
sat r: pda i
ACS OF SUGAR, ETC., ETC.
( . p. ItAflToW, Aiirtionr.
TRUSTEES SALE OF
In iNr .Mailer l thf Hmintr ml the I -me
i'npt. JltN .Mrrlt. ilrrrnaril.
TIIK r.tl'TAIV OF TIIK KAKQI K
M ATI' IK MACI.KV Will not t rmr-onsibK' for
ny dfbt ronir.ictrd l.y the rr m or rflkTM r( ?:M
irlii: in (hi port.
J. II. WAI.TFU.
Oregon Dried Apples.
KKCKIVP.n. A.n FOR SAI.K lit
1SOI.I.K: e TO.
T. WOOI COMMAXDFn.
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
On or about August 23d !
All I r-lpht ir.t?n.)i! f.r Ft.ifmfr! p--r StsmM r.ihtrt"
?:tn i r.c..-.T rr thi u ni will tfith in 0 ft'nr
W.-irehius Frrr sf Surnir.
Ti;- ArT! p:ve :t VVani.Mv.llf.-flf t .'. r M. r-f.i.n-'.r,
I -t n'.t l r--Ji-rr.SiI tf-r ty fin1.
13" Ft Frfic!:t an.1 r.n.'if. ar fai:liT i f-rtuation,
j.vSl Aj.r.!y to C. I'.T. F. U I II .V CO.. A:fri'.
for svdi:v. . s. w.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
on Tb-jrsJij for Kaunkaltt. Mc3ckal,
wher ttc wi:l Uke ca UarJ H. H H. Triars L!fi
olicku i:J II. II. IL KfeliVoUsi ftD.l procel toibe
Lfr SiUlrn.ct. Keturciag to KucaVki. the
I'riace m'. arrive at ilouolula on Tue.Ji text.
SsiTAitirM on Eat Maci. Some of the reiJent
f eten that fine climate ilestre to "go up Ligber,
sr. I bite thr sirr.rr.er inao;arsteI the practice of
iriuiog wita ihir fimiiiej to a p&aiticn jat outiiJe
ile forest on tLe slop of Haleaktla. at an e'.eTation
of some -i.OiO foet, ami near a water-course, where
ihej infeni to I 1 a hamlet tn l c!I it their "an-iiarium.'
a--A ah- L" . . ft a-As !! .1 1.A . ) " a v ! f
t .ia 1 i'.'. 1. .1 icvvui 3.iv'4 i'J ur u.aii ivi vt
i'Konr.p Hi will, inforxnj us that the ants ire teccru
; ing cot oclj nuisance but ffsti for thy injure
i ' . . . J rr-1 . v . I
Eruwinc rror 01 ixiruts inu nro mm ifaumui
agreesect to Io t.t criminal act. Tl.ce are
p.ain conce?s.cii to tue ut-r.cjr men ot i.tjaoo,
anJ, as tie IVA intrMUOi 1 It Svntsrjr it
Sute forth Home iVpartoifLt. it wvu'J wsa atif the j
g. Teromnt would uct cj-t t?- n0Trrrr.t f'lul. the
jvarca'. in the intert t c f lisrac!i, Jcdt lh.nt the gor.
eromeot inJuraos ibcprcpe.l a&'.ftvlracuta cr is tole
hll rtpoos.L! for citLcr thrlr a h-p!i n 1 r lic.Vat. At
a!! CTent the introJiiciioa it the lil! wil! renew
aj'.titkn up;o tk labor ucaikn in l.ns'inl an 1
enable the pecple ti ur4 5rrian ! the ut:cr tetter
than thej Jo at pre.or.t. There hou! I to do an
tagonism tetirecn capital anJ lalxr, aoJ i!;ere will
not be when the hc!e question ia Ticwel fn m a
broaJ, ictel!i2?nt stanJpt int. It ij t ti lent that a'l
parties in En'anJ are anxicuj To hire thia TrxeJ
ao 1 disturbing oiestirn setiiel npon tic'u t aais
as itT.1 infnre the perpetuifT tf the artangrment, j
anl hecce the re'axati. n prrposel in some cf the
mere stringent features cf the hKi irl nAnce ar..l j
er.Astmenfs of rreit Dritain. '
The Failure of Duncan, Sherman & Co
Ju!jr 21. The t'ontlituikcal O-BTtatioB lu pi
Las rrtej the amrn liuctit to Dw t-tn4ltlioti
ia eppoaition to IL pr'me jle rf reioua Lbrrtj
The Car!ita atill cUim that Ihej ar aoeceful, n l
that tbeir artnjr ia lir.ff rrcoaevctratej.
Jul? -2. Major Fulton of the American team
won the dp at the WimtVloti el.ootiPR watch
Voaog l'tmenj, uo4r aenlctx. cf deaia, aiatl
an attempt to eaeap from harlea at reel jail,
Ju'j 2C tij atrilei io the cottcABul! in CcglaU
tk T-e,pe' i tVat nntj tLonfatril wrrtme wltl
te thrown out f f niplojmrnv. Tl'trty rnllla ke
Ju?j 28. The l aui.ag ttoua .1 Imneaa, HUrr
man & Co , New Vctl, tm upe6le t, lialllillra
Mi I lii le six tnu!torx. Hrral excitement &a IVall
treot, an I teat conterntirn wong Americana In
ir ha. p.eaae-i ma ajiy tne Ktc- to aPFoi , . f . t, .
Ioctor Thomas J. Tumor, to be Knight Companion . , hf j th1 for;,c r-j,nce of Le
: ctuef. i. now cotnparatifclj desertel, tberf licg
CHINESE TILES !
KEV. TIIOI'SAM OF CHOI)
ITV, Hi x 1 1;. Will t."M cl.-:,.. i.v
0 'S KOLLla 4
n a 1..
XN Ul AXTITIKS TO SI IT. FROM 1 f;n.
Ion to a Kirrel. rorfilaliv
tT7 CIIAP. IXNQ.
j GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
; DAhPR'S EXTRA FA.MII,V Fl.OI It,
M M Rrrive l pr Murray, nnil fnr Ml ry
F.OLI.F.3 & rri.
TTo Ie SoIl :il Anclioii
At th! .Jil'"'r''m 'f O. r. Ilnttow, in Hono!ii!a, on
SATURDAY, the 28th DAY of AUGUST,
AT Vi llCIK K, M..
AM. THAT TRACT OF I, A XI), SIT Lr ATE
l THF. M.-TflK T OF KWA , itahu, ar.'l Uwwn a th-
cont ,inio mn r t,( I ,300 ACRES, by a r"rcnt snrrry
hf C.J. I.VONri. arvl lyin? within about Kevm railo of the
City of Ilonolalo, an. I dirwtly nn th road from Ilonnlitlu to
IVaiataa- The aanl ruxt i aitbj?ct to a lm?e for n l.-rm of
ihr jnrt nnrpircl. Title by Royal I'atnt.
For further partkmlari apply tr J. II. COXF.V, Trastee ami
ETmtor of the ail rtate; or to J. MONTC.OMKRY, Solicitor,
No. Kaahumano Street, Honolulu.
C. S. ItARTOW. AnrtV.
f.aitO! THE ROSTOV FACTOR V,
1 H0I.LF5 4
TVT I A. 13 o ,
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY. N. S. W..
On or about August 24th !
All Freight intends! Ur ?hipmcnt ir StoanxTJ i;hcr to
?an Franriwo or the Colonics will he received in the Steamer
Warehouse frrr f Starnjie.
The Agents will pie a Varfheue-Iieceif.t for all Mcrehrin
):se, Imt will m.t e resr,nsil!e fnr lo hy fire.
JZT For freight ml Page, to Sydney, New Xeahind nn.l
Melbourn1. applv t
jv31 C. BREWKR CO.. Acent".
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
M V IH II A NT.
Aua -j Montliij 5' ul-
Aup;-T() Monday. .. .5 p in.,
hept. C Monday. ...5 f ui. .
Sentl:i Monday... .5 p m..
fept 21 Thursday... 6 p m.
: : : MASTER.
, . . Ililo & Kamiakal.ai both ways
...Circuit of Hawaii.
. .IHW & KaunakaLai both ii
. . . Nawiliwili.
,4 TIIIXG OF KEAl'TV
IT IS SAID. IS
forerer. and if fitness i the esenlial iiiea of
beauty, a we miint.iin it i.. the FMVINU MACHINE
v;th one of the
By Order of the Hon. Board of Education,
I shall aelt at public auction.
On Saturday, November 14th, 1875
At the front entrance cf A LI IO I. AN I HAI-K,
Ilotxdnlu, Oabu, at an
UPSET PRICE OF S8tOOO !
A II the right, title asd Interest of the Hoard of Education in
and to the large tract ot Land known as th
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU!
SITUATED IN THE DISTRICT OP WAILCKf,
On the Ijlarl of Maui, II. I.
This eateotive- and t"!uaMe tract of land, centrally located be
tween Ea and West Maui, coniprisea an area of from
Sixteen to Twenty Thousand Acres,
Several thousand ot which is good arable land; capable of
profitable cultivation for sugar cane and other agricultural
products should a sufficient water supply be at any time avail
able for irrigation, while a much larger etent is well adapted
for grazing purposes.
The above property will be sold, sublet to a lease bavinjr
five years yet to ran. Title. Royal Pnleul.
For farther particulars enquire ef the Secretary of the Board
of Fdoration, or
C. S HAKTOW. Awcl'r.
Honolulu, Aujut 10, 1S75.
is one of the most beautiful things i: the world; nothing
in the whole range, of modern invention being better adapted
to relieve human drudgery or fitter for the purposes intended.
The Fnderaignetl nrr Special Arnla for
WHICH 13 THE
BEST SEWING MACHINE IN USE !
jfl POINTS OF SUPERIORITY' I
F"r Particulars we Circular.
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH THE
to any of the machinea now in use, which will run them perfect
Iv without the least exertion on the part of the operator. These
Wheels are made here at the RR ASS FOCXDRl, art
superior to those imported, and sold for leys money.
DIV 0E AM) VOr WILL BE COM IMEO !
It is a well known fact that the ill health of thousands of
women and girls, can be traced to the exertion required to
run Pewing Machines by foot power. A word to the wise is
9o 1)1 LINING II A I JL CO.
Columbia River Salmon !
J BCRO in barreN and half barrel,
For sale by
C. DREWEP. CO.
Sept 27 Monday. ...0 i ni Circu:t cf ilawau.
IT" When there are no cattle to land at Mnnl.ua R.iy, :i
effort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday P. II. I
tf-r On down Trips the Steamer will net leave Kaalualu unld
0 A. M. or later: Makena until 6 A. M. or later; and Maalaea
Kay until 8 A. M. or later, without due notice of nny chan;
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakni, Molokai $ 5W
iJihaina, Maul 6 00
" Maalaea.Maui 7 00
" Makens, Maui 8 00
Mahukona, Hawaii 10 00
" Kawaihne, " 10 00
" Kailua. 10 00
li Kaawala, ' 10 00
llilo, 12 M
" Kan Coast 1 5 00
Circuit of Hawaii. Round Trio 22 00
To or from any Pert on Kauai 8 00
Circuit rd Kauai, Round Trip " 1J 00
Deck Passatre for natives onlv - 00
No Credit for Passage Money !
! TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLV.
i No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
j responsible for baprnge unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MOXEV DUE OX DEMAND!
XT An effort will be made to have the Steamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
PAMCEI. Q. WILDER, Agent.
I Office wilh Wil ier Jt Co., corner of Fort and yueen Street.
(Irai.l A VAPOH DEL (OLOHAi
unicacion con los Puertos de Mejico y Arizona.
Paha Mazatlan, La Paz, Guaymas, Magdalena Ray, Cabo de
San Lucas, y
EL RIO COLORADO
Tocando a La Paz de Ida y Vnelta. Linea Regular Para Los
Puertos de Mejico, Saldran cada "0 dias llevando carya a
Mazatlan Mexico; Fort Yuma Arizona
I.a Paz Mexico' Ehrenberg Arizona
O uay mas Mexico Mohave .Arizona
EI pasage ae ha reducido tnucho, y hay la mayor comodidad
ahnrdo para pasageres.
Para informarse, tocando Dete y pasage, ocurrase a
977 Cm 510 Calle de Front, San Francisco.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER JL CO., AGENTS.
i sV Of
of the Royal Onler cf Kamehnmeba 1st.
Jko O. Iomim.
July 1st, 1S7". Secretary.
YrsTEr.PW. the 20ih int.. His Maicsiv iccfiveil
Henr Atlniiral roclirnno t!n-n pr'-eu!fl tn lli
i Majesty Acting Captain I". Vander MenKn. of it
B. M. Ship ncptilise; Cooimariiler W. IL CixL-rn.
H. I. M. l)Ip IViorel; Francis nromilotv, Acting
Commander 11. 15. M.bip llrpitle; Harry T.(Jren
fcll, Flag Lieutenant II. 15. M. Ship Hepiilw; Win.
Hoggan, Fleet Surgeon II. 15. M. Ship Hepnlse;
Rev. CJco. M. Sitllnn, 15. A., Chaplain II. I!. M.Sliip
Kepulse; Kdward V. M. Millman, I'ayinaster II. 15.
M. Ship llepulsi ; Lieut. Lambton L. L. Heran. II.
H. M. Ship Reinlse; Lieut. Leonard L'nsor, II. H.
M. Ship Repulse; James A. Collot, Surgeon II. 15.
M. Ship R pule; Lietit. W. II. Ilendoisna, 11 15.
M. Ship lVterel; U. C. Sparkes, Sub. Lieut. II. 15.
M. Ship Repulse; Harold Charrington, Midshipjnan
U. D. M. Ship Repube; Robert Findlay, Fngineer
II. D. M. Ship Repulse; 11. C. Kingsford, Midship
man II. 15. M. Ship Repulse: Robert C. Allen, Cap-
: rain Royal Marine Artillery II. H. XL Ship Repulse;
Lip. I). Coleridge. Lktit. Itoyal Marines II. B. M.
Ship uepulse; iiieo. II. navies. i-q.. II. i:. -M. ice
His Majesty was attended on this occaaion by II
R. II. Charles Kanaina; His Ex. W. L. Greeo, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs; His Ex. J. S. Walker, Min
ister of Finance; Ilia Ex. J. 0. Dominia, 'Governor of
OahaJITis Ex. P. Kanoa, Governor of Kauai; Hon.
"XTSTUleghorD, Hon. Major E. II Eoyd, His Majesty's
Chamberlain; Hon. S. G. Wilder, Hon. W. Kahanu,
Hon. J. Moanauli, Hon. T. Wood, Col. Ed. Hoffmann,
Col. W. F. Allen, Col. Charles II. Judd. Major II
Tfc t , e i
t rennergagr, -uajor ueorge .uiKiariaur.
about one inhabitnet where there wss twenty a few
t lHir.de. rvvt!n,l. llilrt v-tr.e xullla bate cluweJ.
It Ibe Htitemful made ly t!, telegraph be cor- j , wh;ch r0w ,f m?l fhr,rn cu, f.f rra.
ft the failure of Puncm. .-herimn A Ci-.. i to l. I
V.u "able Ar.Tin.Es. A series of
t lolani Palace at 12 iioors. Major .laruea II. Wode-jf course of publication in the Ilir,i.U, from the pen
oue. II. 15. M."a Connuiisioner and Consul (leu-jj of Mr. ('. J. Lyons, of the Snrveyer (Jeneral's
ral. who presented to His Majesty Rear Admiral Office, on li e Land SvMem cf these Ishtnd. t.re
trtlmr A. Cochrane, C. 15. full of valuable information conveved in an at
tractive style. They r.re well vvoithy rf preserva
tion in a more durable shape than the ephemeral
pages of a newspaper even though that newspa
per bo the li'nmlrr itself.
Cr.EMT.vBLE. In the Springfield Rrpubiicayi, cf
.Inly Cth, we find the following paragraph :
' Chun Lung, whose father, Mr. Afong, is a pro- i
minent citizen of Honolulu, S. I., entered Mr. Steb-j
bias's collegiate institute early in November, 1874,;
desiring to complete bis preparation for college.
About one year and a quarter of work, as ordinarily
laid down, remained to be dene. He has just re- jj
turned from the examination at Vale with clean
papers. This certainly is quite creditable to bimj
since only between GO and 40 of the ISO candidates
who were examined came out oi tne or-ieii wituout
Hawaiian Coat of Arms. The national insignia
beautifully painted by the late Paul Kmmert lor
Mr. Wyllie some years ago, at a coat to the latter
of about $100, was recently exposed for sale in an
auction room several weeks, and at length was
knocked down for the sum of seventy-five cents !
Not appreciated by the purchaser, it was again
put up and sold for a dollar. a significant evi
dence of the patriotism extant. Eventually it was I
purchased at an advance on the last price by the
Postmaster General, who has given it a coat of
varnish, It now appropriately adorns bis office
traced to tie p.mie i f 1-7;:. Ji i the lal wreck rf
that stupendous lailroad gambling xlnL, il not
checked, would have piled i;p a larger debt on the
coitniiy Hi tn ilie ti..ti..tul o;i. l.'ailioad Iiret ton
and Railroad Boards d. not pay the debt which
railroads contract. In all cae every Cent bns lo
come out f the pocket" el the people. lit u loau
are contracted in Europe at ratrs which only tw
Cfty per eon! ; when Contract and Finance Compa
nies honeycomb and eat up ihe properly ol rail
roads: when Boards of I Erector wafer Hock, the
masses have to shoulder nil thf burdens so con
trived. Rut the late thai has vt riakon iLo bouse
of Duncan, Sherman .V Co., is not it new on".
When financial bubbles burst the houses which aie
most deeply interested in ihetii ate ol course
shaken to their foundation. The collapse of Jay
Cooke A Co.. ushered in the panic f-f 1K73, and If
the dispatches be correct in their surmises, !ut
can, Sherman A Co.. wound it up. It is reported
that a good deal of sympathy is felt for Mr. Iun
can. who wai the head of Ihe house. No doubt
this is a very proper feeling. It is human lo feel
for anybody in distress, but wo think that oiuo of
thU sympathy should be extended to those who
have been ruined by his instrumentality. The
crowds who visit Europe annually for the most
part took their citcuiar letter of credit from lun
can. Sherman A Co. The condition of tl tourist
in Syria or ihe I'pp'T Nile, with n loiter ol credit
which a flash ol the telegraph indicates i- be
worthless, may be much more easily imagined ihr.n
described. K TiulMin.
We are racmetded to announce, that on Frida
evening next A Ball will take place in the pavil
ion of the Hawaiian Hotel, under the direction of
Mr. and .Madame Ballieti and Mr. Fernet, in aiq
of the widows, orphans and wounded of any na-i
tionaIit3 who have suffered from the recent dieas-
trous flood in the &outh oi r ranee. The bands f ';
The Ai'sthaliax Line. A report comes by the
way of San Francisco, that the Parliament of New
South Wales had approved "of the tender by the
Pacific Mail Company to run the line via Fiji direct,
without touching at Honolulu, a 11-knot service, the
subsidy to be 100,000. It is possible that it may
be proposed to give these Islands the go-by, but we
are inclined to doubt it mncb. At a low estimate,
mr trade is worth $5,000 a month to the steamers,
or SG0.000 a rear, not to mention other advantages
the U. S. S. Prnmcola and II. B. M. S. AtywJseJ ga;ne1 in mak;Dg this a port of call. We find the
following telegram in tha Alia of the 31st ultimo :
"New York, July COth. A cablegram has been
received from Australia announcing the fact that the
AustraliarvParliamcnt had ratified the contract with
the Pacific Mail Steamship Company, for a monthly
service for eight years at $500,000 per annum."
Naval.- H. B. 31. S. Repulse, Admiral Cochrane,
arrived at this port from Kauai on the 18th, having
touched at Kealakekua and Maui. She anchored
outside, being unable to enter the port on account
lof her draft of water. She exchanged salutes with
the Punchbowl Battery on the day of her arrival
The following is a corrected list of the officers at-
tacaeu to tne nepuist:
Reah-Adjiiral Hon- Artiii r ALP Cochrane, CB
Flaij'Lieutenant ..Harry T (Jrenfell
Secretary Benjamin I'rwick
Clerk to Secrttary Robert L Dymott
will be in attendance ruul play alternately .f?
supper, with ice-cream and iced drinks, will be,
6erved by Mesdamee Wodehouee, Clapp, Cart-j
wright, (dade, Hoffmann, Scott, W.Allen, and
Ballicu. There will he a flower-stand, under th
direction ol" the Prineesee9 Dominis and Cleg
horn, and Mrs. W. L. Green.
Admittance to the pavilion will be Iree; but,
lor tne oencnt ot tne destitute m w hose aid thei
una unu iceiiYiu is giverargennemen are request
ed to provide themselves with dancing cards, to
be had at tho pavilion, and, on and after Monday
uext, from Messrs. Dr. McGrew, T. H. Daries
and A. Herbert.
During the evening, there will be a sale by
auction of articles contributed for that purpose
by ladies ; who are requested to send them
bePire Wednesday evening.
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps !
C. Brewer & Co.,
soli: U.FATS rou the iiuvtim KUIS,
Ilocoivo per Syrcii from Boston,
of TnE Ap.nvr
Celebrated Pumps, from No. 2 to 6,
D ARE RF.ADV TO RECEIVE OR.
Ir.R.S lor any of the pump of thi mike t be forwarded
overland if necessary.
BOILER FEED PIMPS
Si ni'P PI. MPS,
Pumps for Hot or Cold Water. Salt Water
I'ric's and other inf .rmntion given by
3nl4 C. FUF.WER k CO.. Asent-.
LEWERS AND DICKSON
CAREQ DF " EFJIJA AUGUSTA'
Favorable arraneements can always be made for
3 Storase and Phliment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hide
f and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. IT Cash Advances made.
934 iy C. BREWER & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWKR CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advance made on shipments by this
(954 ly) C. BREWER & CO.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
The sext Mail for the East will go forward by
the steamship Cyphrenes, due here from Auckland
on Monday next.
iic this Afteesoox. The Band of II. B. M.
Repulse will play at the grounds of the Hawai
ian Hotel, from 5 until 7 o'clock, this afternoon.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LUIAIM.
BREWER & CO.
OFFER TOR SALE
Redwood Rough Hoards,
Redwood Roiip-k Plauk,
Redwood Surface l?laned Boards,
Redwood Surface Planed Plank.
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The Mikado was advertised in the San Francisco
dailies of the 2d inst., to leave on the lfith, which
would make her due here about Wednesday next.
Mr. Z. P. Pom, a prominent and much respected
native, a member of the Legislature of 1S72, died
of typhoid fever in this city on Wednesday last.
Acting Captain ...Frederick S Vander Meulen
Acting Commander F R Bromilow
,,,,,,,, Charles P O Hicka, Thomaa de Iioghton,
I Lam Dion 1. j, tJovan, Leonard h LDsor
Acting Lieutenant .
Lieut. R. M.L.I
Chie f Engineer
..Gerard J Capet
Henry W Ley
Rev Oeorge M Sutton, 14
Robert C Allen
Percy D Coleridge
Edward W M Milunan
, William V Lane, a a
.Siencer B Ileskeih, R C Bparkei
Thomaa F Thomaa
CT..- " ' '
ouryeon j .. iIliaIn n Urew. Jamea A Collot.
Assistant Pnti mat ers ... .John A Wood, William 8 Andrews
J Alexander F Mclntyre, William E Beal (act)
Robert Findlay, John W McKenzie,
Ilenrv Brown th Tliotnan Baldwin.
t John Baillie,
Gunner 1 CI Joaiah Iluat
Boatswains I CI Jonathan Barrow, Thomaa Reynold
Cfrpentrr I CI Robert White
j ( William Hewetion, Henry C KingHford
r- .j.;- J Charles W W Ingram, Prcndereast 8 Garde
iA''V'"-- Harold Charrington, Iayrell Uavies,
1 I Thomas F W Ingram. Cecil Burner.
K . 1 . 1 . 1 .. . o n ..
2d inst.. 23 days out from Honolulu. This is pe- J cfr. .'".".'.".'..I.'.'.".".'.".."t...Franris F Smith
The D. C. MimuT had not arrived over on the
culiarly the season for long passages going east
ward. Gtaxo Ships. Two ships are under charter in
fian Francisco, to load guano, and may shortly be
if expected, the Ellen Austin and Her Roynl High
TnE Volcano. -Accounts from Hawaii say that
the summit crater of Mauna Loa, which was very
active ou the 11th and 12th of the present month,
had apparently subsided on the 14th, the light being
quite faint on that date.
A Gem. The really fine lines on our first page
entitled "Love," are from "Claribe! anl other
Poems," Ly Mrs Theresa Corlett, the accomplished
lady who makes her first appearance before n Ho
nolulu audience this evening.
The U. S. S. Pensacola, Admiral Almy, returned
to port on Thursday, from her cruise to windward,
having visited Lahaina, Makee's Landing, Maalaea
Day and Ililo. She exchanged salutes with Admiral
Cochrane's ship, the Repulse, before entering the
Tiie TiCHiiORXE Romance. Edwards, the man
who believes he buried Sir Poger Ticliborne on
Sydney Island in the South Pacific, (a summary of
Mr. Editor : In the list issue of the Advertiser
Mr. J. Porter Green gets on Lis high horse and
turns a somersault of virtuous indignation at the
mal-administration of the lawe; but as it is only fair
that both sides of a Btory should be told, let me give
mine and then let the public, to whom he has ap
pealed, judge between us. It is true, is he states,
that the natives had the liquor in their possession,
and were by his order taVen to the Station House,
where they insisted that they were carrying the
same to the Chinaman's house. On sending down to
the place where the liquor had been bought, it was
found that the Chinaman had purchased it, and that
he hod an pen account there. The Hon. James If
Dowsett (in whose employ the natives were) and i.
any one can get a secret out of a native he can
questioned them, but they still stuck to their original
story that they were only carrying the same to the
Chinaman's house. There '.ras nothing then left to
do but discharge the Chinaman. The story may be
loo thin, but it is not what one believes, but what
one can prove, which will warrant in prosecuting a
case before the Police Court.
Again, Mr. J. Porter Green Bays he offered to
swear out a warrant and have the Chinaman arrested.
The Mountain Meadows Atrocity
Perhaps the strangest fact about the Mountain
Meadows massacre is that eighteen yeara should
have elapsed before a judicial inquiry was made
into the nature of the transaction, or a single Indi
vidual was put upon hid trial charged with compli
city in that deed. During all these years the prin
cipal facts have been known. It was known that
more than one hundred men, women and children
were murdered; the time manner and place were
well known. A great number cf revolting particu
lars were known facts which went to how one of
most brutal massacres in the history of this or any
other country. The perpetrators, or a majority of
them, were disguised white men, who it was reported
and generally believed acted under orders from the
Mormon authorities. ,
Whoever were the perpetrators, it is evident that
they used all possible means to suppress inquiry
into the facts. They were successful for eighteen
years. Had this massacre occurred in any other
part of the country, the facts would have been dis
disclosed before a year had elapsed. When the
Sioux Indians, residing in Minnesota, massacred
some ten years ago, less than half us many persons
as were killed at Mountain Meadows, an investiga
tion followed at once. JKvcry Indian on whom any
auspicion of guilt rested was apprehended. Twenty
seven Indians were executed on the scaffold; others
had lighter punishments. Dreadful as was the deed
which they committed it was less atrocious than that
perpetrated at Mountain Meadows. There was no
white flag in the former case, and the murders were
cot committed through any religious fanaticism.'
If a wild tribe of Indians were to murder a hun
dred whites, they would simply invite extermination.
The Apaches are hunted down because here and
there they waylay and kill a citizen.
If Lee's evidence stood alone it would not make
out a case. He is a Mormon, who is more interested
in telling half truths than whole ones. Hut his tes
timony is corronoratea oy Mmtli, who was com
mandcr of the Xauvoo legion, and it is intimate
that it will be confirmed by others The defense
is said, rely on certain technical informalitie
for the acquittal cf the defendants. Eut the facs
once established, there will be no acquittal in the
larger sense. The public will then trace these facts
oat in all their relations. If the authorities arc
found to be responsible for the massacre, it is al
most certain that an end of Mormon power at Salt
Lake will speedily come. No community ctn pre
serve the integrity of its social and civil polity which
can be made responsible for such n dreadful criui).
In this aspect of the case, tho trial is one cf great
importance. Heretofore we have had recriminations
the old story of the massacre Las been repeated lo
various forms. Now, for the first time, the case Is
subjected to jadicial scrutiny.
It is worthy of note that a majority of the jury
are Mormons. It is doubtful if any conviction will
follow, except in Lee's case, who being a Mormon
and having admitted his own guilt, may get little
sympathy from either Mormon or Gentile. The
public is not so much concerned about the jury as
the facta. Forty millions of people will constitute
the jury as soon as the facts arc developed. The
most important work the Court now sitting can
perform is to develop the facts. The country
ill take care of the results. I'p to this time
most of the testimony hns been given ly Mor
mons who have been difcl!owhiped, or, in the
It i repotted that Ihe New Yk Canal Warrkout
Company have failed; cause, Lavtrf made advances
ou Cuban crops which wr re burned In the civil wti
there , If hot deatroye 1 ly tie early rlns. Probable
If Tx-Presidcnt Andrew Johnson died cf heart riii.
ease, at Greenville, Teotieaeee, July T,.
Aug. 1. A special diopattb from LoftJoti aays the
O'Connell centenary is assuming uneipeed politi
cal and diplomatia significance, emharraaaicg to
Liberals, Home Cillers and the Government. Th
Lord Mayor cf Dublin, It is supposed at tba InKlfA
lion cf Cardinal Cu'Jeu, a pure churchman, krlog
nothing for the memory of O'CVnoelL, baa glvssj the
afla'r an Ultramontane character, (Tensive alike to
Itish od l'.ogtifh Liberals, Protestant KobWtitea,
Home pollers bxm1 Fenian.
The Dake of Edinburgh, wuols kelr apparent lo
the throne of Saxe-Cobury-Gctha, la Central Ger
many, has sold lb right ef stiooewir n to the tkrone
of that ducby to the German government, for an
annuity of 80,000.
The London Timet in it obituary artlole en
Andrew Johnson rays his career illustrate lolh the
strong an l weak points of American social r 1
political systems. During his tenure cf offioe, he
showeJ himself wanting lo tact, refinement and
knowledge of men, jet Le Lad some qualities which
are not so abundant In America politics as to la
despised his honesty was never shadowed by nt.
The trial at Salt Lake cf J. I. le and others ae.
cuscd of the Mountain Meadows" tnasaaera li
going on. The paper anticipate a disagreement cf
the jury, from the fact that It U pfrrtpotel cf right
Mormons and four Gentile.
TiinFATFKroFAMfXE ix Poart u tL London. July
2('db--5.";0 n. m. A apeclal 10 the) An'u Arte from
Lisbon reports that a drouth in several district o
the pioviiiro oi MI11I10 baa destroyed ihm crops and
paMnros, and a famine la threatened. Itlota against
grain exporter ar imminent. Cattle ar djlng of
hunger. Thn local authorities nay it will b lm
possible to collect taxe la many places, and the
utlempt to do so they fear would rauan an Inaur
roction. Accounts from Algrav show a similar
stato ol urlnira in that province. The (lovornmenl
I M-nding relief to Ibo afflicted sections.
Ummix, July 200:50 A- m Don Carlo. Id hU
letter to Alfonso, declare that the cruelty of the
measures ordered by the Madrid government is un
precedented, and will, like the blood of the martyr, '
raise tip Carlists everywhere. II say he himself,
who comes to this eouotry to be King of all Span
iards, allows Alfonlsts to live peacefully wlthm Lis
territories. He say be is confident of suooess, fur it
is impossible that Spain can flourish under a gov
ernment of ohanoe.
The letter contains no threat cf reprisals on th
part of the Carlists.
The losses !v the Carlists during th aat three
weeks, in killed, wounded and missing, have been
Mapiho. July 24. The Carlists attempted to sur
prise the Alfonaiat troops at Guelaria, but were vig
.Foreign S 11 111 111 xi ry
ey1,cland Siandlord of California In said lo Le
worth twenty millions.
A Masonic newspaper in the Arabic lanctiace
as boon started in Kgyt by lb Masonic fratvrnlty.
Dr. ICenealey has come to the conclusion that
tho claimnnt'a case is hopeless, and says no In bis
Home has been fillod with pilgrims this season,
it being the year of jubilee, and a great deal of
trousnro has been laid at tho Pope's !.
The Philadelphia Vrest hlalcs that a resident of
that city was so anxious to oo nil tb fnn at
Hunker Mill on tho 17ih. that ho hold $1,000 lor n
irnihhed house there for three days.
an let Hubbard, a w oman over City teura
sentenced lo pay a fino of .'.0 and coals.
bo Imprisoned Mx months, at Hartford, for
stealing flowers from a cemetery l a practice whleli
f Las boon very prevalent in l!;-t city ol lalo.
The Chicago Ti lhunt tells of a swarm tl g rass-
ate ! Mi s. Ha
hoppers which, moving at th rale of fi'lwn mile
an hour, occupied sixty hours la passing over n
town in Misaourl, nd was estimated to be from
thirty to aevenly-flr rnllfa wide and a hall a ml!
From tho ropoiloftbo Insurance (JornmUaloner
of Maine, It appear that at tha close of 1874,
thirty-threo life and three accident insurance com.
panies were doing business in that- State. The
gross, assets amounted lo f 2t,.'.fi8,670.49 ; liabili
ties, !?3I7,771. 400.22.
In Fngland, the Methodists intend to appeal
against the decision of Mr. Phlllimore. whir h for
bids their preachers th use rd tho tlilo ol Itever
end." Their appeal must be to tho Court cl
Arches, and w ill ho decided by Sir H. Phllllmorc,
father fif the other.
Schuyler Colf.ix is at J'uliiinoir visiting orn
fi iends. He says be is now entirely r,t of polities,
makea no political speeches, and iinds bis ptinent
occupation as a lecturer aiid orator more congenial
to bis tastes, pays better, Is raorw jolly la every
way than a political life could possibly I to Lira.
Ot course. Ilobert Toombs will have nothing 10
do with Centennial demonstrations. Jl says t " I
a in afchamed to ring pat an to the linn hearted
heroes ol that irrand eioch In lie world's hlstor
until we fchall have regained thos eternal princi
ples of roll-goverfrmerrt wkdeh wf hve bolk lost
and betrayed." '
f 0 f .. .I I ' ..... f . I . . M .
sge of the Saints, cut cfl from the Church I 's V?2JZ 'l?. !":?
is testimony may yet be impeached. P.ut takefc I edition from Ihe Greek peopl. who Lave raid
it now reads it goes to confirm the leading dJ-j by private subscription a conlWabl sum for tb
Inn, nf HpntilM ,Dr, nil) I li ITeCIIOn Ol a D10DI1II1CDI 10 Idm t .M lHS0l0DLI.
in ronlr; tn tKit f WATiliI flimnlv aiv frtttt T im in.
h whose statement appeared in the Advehtiser seme i c tr, . - 1 t . 4,
. ! formed he maae no sach offer in the hearing of the
j I UiUULUa '' t- Utt: UIU lit m ail VU IUC SiCJUJCi ' T 1 A.f VietY
ii! last trip.
Will do well to .!:-
GO TO THE FOUNTAIN SALOON,
R. C. K1BBY. ------- PROPRIETOR.
FULL BOARD, 5.00 HER
WEEK. MEALS AT ALL HOURS, from t)
o'clock a. m. to 9' p. . Suntlays close at T r. m.
HE (EEA3I, ICED S0D1, 4.1VGER POP, &.(.,
and all good things that the Market furnishes, iu jeascn.
TTUStertaismest To-mgiit. We beg to call atten-
. Tr,T, ition to the Musical Concert and Hesitations, (under
sthe patronage of His Majesty) by Mrs. and Miss
Corlett at the Theatre this evening An excellent
I programme is offered by the talented ladies, and we
j expect to see a full house.
I Owner Wanted. It is said that in 181S a native
IX WAXT OF A NICE IXSTRl nf thp Talanda nnrnbnsed a TiO-vara lnt amon the
sand-hills in San Francisco, and that there is no
record that he has ever sold it. The lot is now,
with the buildings thereon, very valuable. Inquiry
is being made for the owner, or his heirs. Don't all
speak at once !
Prtoi.inc. A young native woman wa.s pointed
fi-om lli': lot: tlioe sold lif.'? h,
KOK SALE r.Y
CASTLE & COOKE.
PER FALKINBURG, THIS DAY !
FROM PORTLAND, 0., DIRECT.
BARRELS COLUMBIA RIVER
i-ikfcS SALMON. Extra -No. 1 ;oa!ty. Also, Halt
I'.arrets ditto, ditto,
and In PINT: OHDEn
Tor Sale !y BOLLES CO.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE
to buy Wool at good prices. Wools coming to j
market thi ?prin? particularly desired to make !
C. PRFWER t( Qn.
FIREWOOD ! FIREWOOD ! !
MROM V. ST M ti l,
FOR SALE BV
out to us the other day. who i.i married to a Chi
naman, and who has become a mother three times
in tie space of twenty-Cve months. The children
are all strong and healthy. She is apparently pre
paring to receive the premium for a large family
which is to be offered by the next Legislature.
A Fifteen Doixar Bill. In an embezzlement
case in the Police Court on Thursd iy last, a wit
ness for the defense testified that a silver certificate
was pa&sed between the parties of the denomina
tion of $15. As there are none such issued, the
testimony did not tend to help the defendant's
case, who waa found guilty and sent over for three
He quotes the law on the subject, and demand it
to be struck from the statutes, unless fully carried
out"; and to attract particular attention to it Le
prints it in italics, which shows a most lamentable
ignorance of the profession to which he professes to
belong, aa there is no such word in the law.
And, now as a final wind np, that his virtuous
indignation might be appeased, and the majesty of
the law vindicated; on Saturday last a warrant was
placed, in his hands, an 1 he had the Chinaman
arrested, and his case being tried on Monday morn
ing, he wa3 acquitted.
If Mr. J. Porter Green can have any one arrested,
found carrying liquor, what is to prevent him from
arresting the servants of the licensed dealers when
delivering orders, and have them summarily locked
up? Verbem Sap.
A bill was recently introduced into the British
House of Commons to amend the labor laws of that
kingdom. It provides that breaches of contract by
working people shall be treate J only as are violations
of other civil contracts, and not te punished as
crimes. An exception, however, is made in the case
cf those employed in a public capacity, and whose
refusal to carry out their agreements would cause
public injury. In cases of disputes between em
ployers and workmen an agreement to strike is not
to be punished as a conspiracy nnlen it Invokes an
It is to be remembered also that not one adult
person was left alive in that company of immigrants
to tell the story. Only the small children were pre
served who would outgrow the recollection of tbc
tragedy. The facts cau only Le got from those who
were eye-witnesses, and these are all implicated in
the guilt cf the transaction The Mermen polity is
at stake in this trial. Cut wilh all the efforts at
suppression, a part cf the terriMe tale has probably
been disclosed. A. JJulletin.
Another disgraceful suttee, or the burning of a
widow with her dead husband, has Utken pine
recently in n email village near I.ucknow. India.
The particulars, ns given by the 7Tde ol India,
are disgusting. Th.i officials ot Hi Knglih gov
ernment in India have arrested about thitiy per
sons under the charge, of murder or eomplicliy
where ho died, and where he fed. clothed and
armed th gartisn during the famous siege.
A grani temperance conference of the members
of the Dominion Parliament, enrmhrr of the local
l.cgilature. clergymen rf all denomination, and
delegations from nil the letnperanc organization
in the Dominion, 5 projected it Montreal for Sept.
151b, lo consider Hie present position f.f the pro
hibitory law movement and decide upon a ineasuro
to be submitted to Parliament. The ronveniion
will be the most important gatliering of the kind
ever bold in Canada.
A marbioe for wilting wpokeu words baa been
invented by a Frenchman named M H. HuppSnger.
The .Vreu JiuhulrUUe describes the machine as
being about th size ol th hand. Ii is put In con
nection with tlw rocal orgins ibe inMnimetit
recording f heir movements npon a moving band of
paper in dots and dahej. The person to whom
tho instrument is attached simply rcpraU the
words of th opeafcer after him Inandibly. This
lip language h then faithfully written out.
j rl ennyfcon new drama, " Queen Mary," is excit
Tt boa VtOOn ctltsil in ilia l.x.tlitrr ntrwtra sf
Europe that in order io arrest emigration from ' a Krf,at, 'hsal of attention nmong the critic i
Germany Prince l;isu).rck ha been r.ffeiing im- Irndon. The characters inttoduced Include aoiwe
perial lands for sale in Fimll lot at lou price. tbe mot conspicuous personage of that critical
This, it was hoped, would Nop ihe tide by show- Joriod or English history. The incidents used by
ing the working clisse of (ierrnany that they rennyson. as well a the dramatic figure, do not
could live as well there a in the I'nited State. 1:,r ,hn,'T f,om ,ns employed by Tom Taylor In
lands were not P;,7 win ax ana i rown."
But the plan did not succeed. The In
taken. Even the agricultural hands that remain
at home are not disposed lo till ih eailh when
they can find more remunerative employment. A
letter wa3 lately received in New York upon this
subject from a highly intelligent gentleman in
Prussia, in which the writer says that field htnd.i
just now can make more in working upon forts
and railroads than in using the p.Iongh :-.nd scythe,
and, therefore, the ta! of land ia extremely dull
and languid. Not until all thene improvements
are completed can it be wen whether the manTl
Germany prefer government lot on the Dismarck
plan to the advantages obtained under the home
stead law of the United States. One thing U
certain, that at the present time ihe sile of im
perial lot In Germany is not brNk.
is stately and the drift of tho I raped v suited to ihi?
j opinions of thoso who aro accustomed lo speak t
I the heroine as " T.loody Mary."
j Tho New York Jlrrnhl remarks: Count Von
j Arnim, an old and well tried representative, of tbt
j Court of Berlin, has been unable, derpite bit rank,
I descent, service and Influence to combat success-
tuny tne present mania (J lUamarcklsm In Prussia,
lid has been convicted and sentenced lo Imprison
ment, not of Ihe. Tweed consecnUv kind, but loner
enough ni&o months to humiliate tlia to Ibo
Httorofit degree. But when tho French La
evfn.che! cry come in a practical shape, moro
than rno insulied Von Amlm may bo ready to
6Lrfr.w,ih !' In". Anirooboelln
t uib payment
t4evk raper, etc..