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O O IVI i1 E It o I A X. .
FRIDAY. MJRCH 10. 1ST.
Tub week, hu been marked with a little more freedom In
bovine circles, doubtless due directly to the free suj.j.lies of
food, ex Mary IWIle Huberts and ilmr Mikado from Sau Fran
cisco, enabling tinj.ortcrs and jobbers to place nr.l-rs.
Advices by the above tcMt-U hac nt bxn a'd that had Wn
hoped iut, oar treaty ia nilt a matter of the future, and th'rnn
Francisco eugar market haf undergone a charge that material
ly effects the snipers. This ha been due to the anion of the
Refineries in reducing their rate, Ic a all r.,und, to protect
themselves against heary importations from the Ea4,. aD(J ln
view or their having heaTy supplies of raw to mrrive in the
aeat few months, it is the intention to run price o at to con
trol tit market,
la regard to the heavy sLiptnents of aujaron the way to Ban
Francisco for the Refineries, slated by the Journal of Com
wureo on Feb 11, to be over 20,000,000 lbi, of which these inl
ands were to supply 3,300,000 lbs we notice the Bulletin and
CommtreimJ Utraid take exceptions to the assertion; and
cry justly, foe the only cargoes en route at that time were
the Mary Belle Roberts and Clara Bell, which amounted to
970.410 lbs. The same paper also states that the " California
Refinery bad contracted for 20,000,000 lbs of Hawaiian sugar,
which would be delivered la the nest lour months." We
woold Uke exeeptloo to the charge, at present, of being such
" Iwumi " producers ia the time given.
We would note lb arrival of the first of our spricg whalers,
lbs Cornelius Howland, with ISO bbls sperm, since leaving
here, and the James Allen, clean.
Baa Francisco dates per Mikado are to Feb 29th, from which
we make the following summary of market reports ol island
Scoaa No quotation of Hawaiian given io the latest dates:
the weeklies give the rates at 8101c according to grade
which was prior to the reduction by the Refineries.
Mousse Hawaiian quoted at 2527Jc per gallon.
lctt; Quotable at 77e per lb.
.,B'fl7'S1Chin',4,S825' Xo2 $5-25S-008 Hawaiian
97.2&S7.M per cwt.
Wool Prices nominal, sales ranging from fl.S12ic per lb.
Hides The market for salted ia dull; dry quotable at 15
16c; dry kip and calf. S510c; wet salted 7&7Je for heavy
ad 6c for light. Baited kip, J5c; calf 67c, the Utter dull
of sal at any price.
Tallow Demand moderate and stock on hand light for
the season; quotable at 6&7c as extremes.
American schr Bonanza had changed hands in San Francis
co, J H Black, Esq. being the purchaser for $15,000, and was
expected to leave for this port on the 15th inst.
American schr Anzelia will be dispatched to this port fronv
8aa Francisco by the owners of the Mary Belle Roberts, if
treaty news warrant.
Bark nelen W Aloiy has been withdrawn from the Ban
Francisco rout and is laid on for Victoria.
The whaling bark Arctic has by special act of Congress been
ajaio put under the American Sag. Bbe sails on Tuesday
next, to cruise North, and will touch at Ban Francisco.
PORT Or HONOLULU, H. I.
4 Schr Annie, Kalauao, from Nawiliwili, Kauai.
4 Am bk Mary Belle Roberts, Gray, 10 days irom San
4 Bchr Warwick. John Bull, lm Kalaupapa, Molokai.
b ?tmr Kilauea, Marchant, from Kauai.
0 Schr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, from Hanalel, Kauai.
1 Schr Jenny, Uilama, from Kona 6c Kau.
8 Am wh bk Cornelius Howland, Homan, fin cruise,
' with ISO bbls Derm.
y 9 Schr Uilama, Mana, from Kaupakuea, Hawaii.
P M ss Mikado Moore, 8 day and 15 hours from
9 Am wh bk Jsmes Alien, Keenan. from cruise.
9 8chr Mile Morris, Kamaunu, from Kaunakakai.
9 Bchr Mary Ellen, Peni, from Uilo, Hawaii.
10 Schr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Lahalna, Maui.
Mar. 0 Btmr Kilauea, Marchant, for Maui and Hawaii.
6 Brit bkto Mararaa, Doroine, for Tahiti,
a Am schr C M Ward, Cluney, for Guano Islands.
6 Schr Annie, Kalauao, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
6 Bchr Luka, Kaai, for Maliko, Maul.
Bchr Warwick, John Bull, for Kalaapapa, Molokai.
6 Schr Marion, Lambert, for Koloa 6c, Waimea, Kauai
7 Bchr Ka Mol, Reynolds, for Kahului, Maui.
7 Schr Kamaile, Bollea, for Koloa and Waimea.
7 Ger schr Levuka, Mickleson, for Tahiti.
9 Scbr Kiuau, Ahaihala, for Hanalel, KauaL
9 Schr Fairy Queen, Kaaina. for Kobala, Hawaii.
9 Schr Jenny, L' llama, for Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
9 P M ss Mikado, Moore, for Auckland 6c Sydney.
VESSELS IN PORT.
1IBH8 Myrmidon, Commander Hare.
Haw brig Giovanni A plant, Dority.
Asa Miss brig Morning Btar, Colcord.
Am bk D C Murry, Fuller, loading.
Am bk Mary Belle Roberts, Gray, loading.
Haw brig Pool are, English, loading.
Am bk U W ALmy, Freeman, loaking.
Haw wh bk Arctic, Whitney.
Haw wh brig Onward..
Italian corvette V it tor Pisano, from Japan, due in all this
Am schr Panooia, from Tahiti, to H Hackfeld 6c Co, la near
Haw bk W C Parke, from Paget Bound, to II Hackfeld 4 Co,
do early this month.
Br bark Albert, from Sydney with coals, will be due the lat
Mr part of this month.
Am schr Bonansa, from San Francisco, due about Mar 30th.
Am bkta Jan A Falkinbarg, from Portland, to Castle 6c
Cook, ia nearly due.
Am bk Camden, from Port Gamble, to H Hackfeld 4c Co,
do l b latter part of the month.
B 3 Granada, from th Colonloia, due Mar 28th. -
SB City ei 8aa Francisco, from Baa Francisco, due Apr Cth
RarosT or Bans: Maar Bills Hobebts, Gut, Mas.
tib. Left Baa Francisco Feb 17th. Had light trades all the
passage; made Coco Head Mar 2d, and was two days becalm
ed ia sight of land. Arrived on the morning of the 4th.
BirosT or 88 Mi a ado, F Moobk, Cojsmaxdsb. Left
San Francisco feb 29th, with the Australian and New Zea
land mall. Th first 43 hours experienced fresh gales from
with high confused sea and light variable winds from S to
BE th remainder of the passage, with an unpleasant sea
through oat. Bh brings 34 passenger for this port and a con
siderable cargo. Measles baring developed in several in
stances, th ship was placed in quarantine during her stay
here, but every facility was given compor table with the safe
ty ef lb inhabitants for th dispatch of the vessel. Arrived
la port Mar 9th, at 3 45 h m. R Y Gbaham, Purser.
Ox th passage down to Honolulu of the steamer Granada,
in Jan. last, when about 450 miles N. E. of Honolulu, she ran
within 20 feet of a wreck, supposed to be the Farvna.
Fbom Ban Fbancisco Per Mary Belle Roberts, Mar 4th-.
t cs ammunition, 25 sks bran, 4 pkgs blinds, 1 do do fasten
ing, SO ca bread, 10 do bitters, 25 m bricks, 60 bags beans, 40
febia beef, 9 es booka. 10 do cider, 25 tins cracker, 393 cs coal
oil, 10 pkgs cotton clothing, IS cs casting. 30 cs canned goods,
1 bdte cases. 70 doors, 2 pkgs earthenware, 15 pkgs furniture,
1769 pkgs flour and groceries, 37 pes gas pipe, 2 pkgs hollo
ware, 135 lales hay. 2 pkgs hardware, 50 bars and 10 bdls
Iron. 1 roll leather, 297 pkgs mdse, 25 kegs nails, 5 cs onions,
3 pkgs personal effects, 75 sks potatoes, 2 cs pickles, 2 coils
rop. 1 cae shoes, 6 pkgs saddlery, 10 bdls sheet iron, 15 stoves.
16 kegs shoes, 3 cs stationery, 37 bxs soap, 50 bbls salmon, 8
ca sewing machine, 25 pkgs tea, 10 bxs tin plate, 13 do tobac
co, 0 do type, 25 pkgs windmill, 4 qr-csks wine, 2 pkgs whis
ky, 22 do windows, 2 cs wall paper.
Faojf Baw Fsascisco Per Mikado, Mar th: 44 pkgs
board planks, 5 cs books, 7 do cigars, 1 do cotton clothing, 10
cm cartridges, 2 cs copper, 1 bx cards, 1 cse corn, 1030 sks
floor, 1 cse fruit, 9 pkgs furniture, 1 esk glassware, SO pkgs
groceries, 120 pkgs hardware and pipes, 12 cs iron, 1 bx jew.
elrr, 2 rs leeches, 3 pkgs lamps, 830 pkgs mdse, 13 sks onions,
05 sks potatoes, 2 cs photograph goods, 1 parcel paper, 11 pkgs
provisions, 1 bx paint, 8 bags paddy seed, 3 rollers, 25 pkgs
stationery, 6 do shovels, 3 ca sherry, 11 do shoes and boota, 1
Bkg trees, 4 do trucks, 1S9 do tobacco, 1 bx varnish, 24 pkgs
wheelbarrows, 10 sks wheat.
Fob Tahiti Per Marama, Mar 4th:
Bullocks 118 Molasses, bbls
Beef, bbls.... 4iuay,oaies.
Vsh Domestic... ..$2,S5i.00-, Foreign SiSl.ao
Foa Gcaxo Islajid Per C M Ward, Mar 6th:
B ad. rs 65;Paiai,lbs 25000
BsgTbale. ork,bbU 2
BeeL bbls 23 Rope, coils 6
Duck, bolts 7, Tobacco, pkgs 2
M ulnars stalla... ...... 390
Valua Domestic $562J0 Foreign $1.103 90
Fon BriwST-Per Mikado, Mar 8tb:
Pnlo, lb 12031 Sugar, lb. 20545
port, pkg..... 'She"y-pk---v;wyofl a
Value Domestic J 1,54 J 69
Fbox Aha Per Levuka, Mar 3d Frank Piatt.
Fbom Bab F awcisco Per Mary Belle Roberts, Mar 4th
Chaa Anderson, Tho Boye, Geo Green.
X Fao Cibcxit Kacai Per Kilauea, Mar 5th non A F
.Judd, UtiEiWE Castle, W O Smith. W L Wilcox, E u
Hitchcock, J E Barnard, WC Parke, Mrs and Mis Boyd,
BUhop Willi. T Marchant, Miss E LIpoa, E Krull, W TVater
kous and bride. Miaa J Smith. W H Rice and wife, Mrs Rice
GotP Kano. Miss Mahoe, ReT J W Smith, C Bertlemann, H
Bertlemann, G Trimble, A Wiggins, V Lucas, A Poe, Mr Dryer
and 65 deck.
Fort Wisdwabd PeT Per Kilauea, Mar 6th-Mrs and
Mta.Makee.Jas W Gay, W Cray, Capt Tho Spencer, Mrs
SwSj W RobeVtaon. J W Girvin, II A Widemann,
G ArmsiroZi, Dr Enders. W II Bickard, Ceo Hardy, E G
fiitchcock, and about 45 deck.
Worn Gino IdLA!Da-Per C M Ward, Mar 6th-Mrs Clu
ney, D Kennedy, W U Foye, G Holme, and 35 native laborers.
Tom Tahiti Per Marama, March 6th Chas Srillwell.
Fob Btojikt Per Mikado, March 9th F E Jackson.
- Fbom 8am Fbascisco Per Mikado, Mar 9th-Mr Huntley
mZt wife MrsC E William, Mrs von Pnster, Mia Attwood,
p r K Mr TrX?W J Macomber, E 8 Baker, Mr
nJLr. rubers T M BUir, H R Haste and wife, James
Green, Mrs Bodgers, f, F , Q Tessier. Miss
i pufria. Mr Marpby, W A see, n aeuos, "
lDS-ranaaa, w w uir, . . W
ink., r Anvder. J C Townsend
" gsiLL In this city, Max 4th, ol aneurism, lr A W Bxell,
a Mtfve of the -tte Jt Maine, a resident of these island, for
the last 30 years, aged 5.
Moan am lathis city. Mar 7th, of consumpuon, Kati A,
elJt dught?of the lite Robert D Morgan, aged 20 years, 2
mautbs and 7 day.
in ihis cit. Mar 5th, at Kuiack.iLua, to the (f Mr w
M A It KIKI).
On tlir -Ji-.h f d.ruary, at the rcM.-.-re r,f tlC bride's i!h-r.
Kolna, hauu, Mh icht I'lm.r.a, dauzMr rl V,r Rev. Dr
J. W. f mith. to U illiam, s.i t.( J.Jia Thomas Waterhrae.
t.S'i , of Honolulu. '
Juiiir.suM-Itoctm.-In this citv. Mar 9th at ti ri
d. ncc of I.r r U llaichiusn. by Kev II II Parker, Mr Eilkb
Ane CiiRtoTOrHKR Ji ucii.ti, of Copechajen, D-n-mar,
to Mrs IUbecca KootE., ot fan Fiancico
y mmcrrial Slbbcdiscr.
SATURDAY. MARCH 11.
Tue Gazette Is like a coy maiden, that ajs no,
when she means yes. Our neighbor declines our
bantering proposal to unite with us in the en
couragement of a public sentiment that would
lead to the establishment of a responsible gov
ernment, headed by a Premier ; and yet immedi
ately afterwards proceeds to urge that the only
cure for our public ills is " an active, popular
and responsible government with a leader se
lected by the King;" and at the same time in
dulges in this bit of absurdity that the Hawai
ian government has been strong or weak ac
cording as its reigning King has been popular
with the people or the contrary." Surely with
the facta of the unpopular King Kamehameha
Y's stroDg government, and the popular Luna
lilo'6 weak one before us, we 6hould decline
indeed to enter into any association with such an
erratic, malaprop and inconsistent political bed
fellow as the Gazette.
Tiie state paper known aa the Ministerial
reply to the memorial presented to the King
both of which documents have been laid before
the public in these columns calls for farther
comment than the few hasty lines we penned last
week. The feeling of respect with which we
began the perusal of this document gave place,
as we went on, to one of shame and sorrow.
Considering the source from which it apparently
comes, it should deserve the most respectful
and thoughtful consideration; considering its
content?, it is worthy of something quite the
reverse. Who wrote the remarkable paper? Was
it one or both of the signers? We would fain
think better of them than to believe this. We
read 6ome of the long, involved sentences aloud,
and then the mystery seems to clear up. The
hands are indeed the hands of Esau, but the
voicp is the voice of our political Jacob, as aptly
observed by " a memorialist.'
We will proceed to criticize somewhat this,
probably the worst written document and that
jia Baying a good deal that ever came under our
First of all, it is to be remarked that the reply
is by a Committee appointed by the KiDg for the
purpose, and not by the Cabinet or a Minister.
This fact, coupled with the corresponding one
that the address was presented to the King in
person instead of to the Ministers or a Minister,
shows the weakness of tho present syBtem, and
bears out tho assertion of a late correspondent,
to the efl'cct that the Ministers are not the real
governors of the country, and are not eo re
garded. Our limits forbid us to follow out in thorough
detail the various statements diffused through
this extended paper, in which the ideas are
drowned in a flood of words; but after diligent
study we fancy we have decyphercd tho meaning.
The reply really confirms the complaint of the
addrese, that the question of repopulation has
never yet been dealt with in an enlarged or liberal
r""' vur a0 does not handle the matter
straight-forwardly, but buuou. nft would give
us to understand that attempts have been mauw
to get people from Japan and elsewhere, while
the fact is the effort made was eimply to get some
plantation laborers. Indeed, tho author of the
reply, with a haziness of thought that runs all
through, steadily confounds the labor question
with that of repopulation the Tery things the
memorialists evidently tried to keep distinct. It
is by colonies, a word of wide meaning, and
not by a few hundred plantation hands, that the
decay of this people is to bo stayed and the nation
saved, if isavcd st all.
Thus also in reference to the Chinese. There
is no objection felt nor has any been expressed,
eo far aa we are aware, to the importation of
families of Chinese; it is importation of males
alone whether Chinese or of other nationalities
which should be stopped instantcr." "It is
no doubt true," say the Committee of Keply,
" that the disproportion of the sexes is an evil in
any country; but it is a period of trial" noto
the grammar which many countries have of
necessity to pass through, and from which they
recover in due time." How can this country
recover? The evil perhaps the greatest the
country has to deal with increases with every
6bip-load of laborers. The sentence above quoted
is but one of many which show how altogether
inadequate is the idea the Ministers have of the
evil. No doubt a very few Chinamen in Hono
lulu havo native wires and largo families ; but
let any one who knows anything about the matter j
say, how the bulk of the Chinamen live, here
and on the plantations. The abominations are
Aa to the Malays we are assured by men who
understand the subject as well aa the Committee,
that the procuring of Malayan immigration is by
no means impossible. At any rate, until more
thorough efforts have been made, the contemptu
ous term " Will-o-the-wisp" is premature.
We turn next to India, and here again assert
that this is the right field for us, and that no
adequate attempt has yet been " made to work it.
No doubt the Chinaman is physically stronger
and hardier and better fitted for gang work than
the Indian; but for the small-farming, 6uch as
would best employ immigrants here, the people
of India ars admirably fitted. Wc repeat the
assertion that no proper or adequate diplomatic
action has yet been taken to present our case to
the British government. Our present Cabinet
does not even profess to have done anything in
the matter. But if the British government finds
reason to Euppose that these Islands are shortly
to be annexed to another and greater State, or
that our rulers are pursuing a policy tending in
that direction, we cannot of course reasonably
expect it to sympathize with or care to help us.
Once convince it, however, that we are thoroughly
in earnest in the effort to maintain our indepen
dence and autonomy, and we may confidently
look to it for help, for political as much as for
philanthropic reasons. It must be remembered
also, that times are altered since the former
feeble attempts were mado if, indeed, they can
fairly be called attempts; for, firstly, the pressure
of population upon the means of subsistence has
latterly become very severe in India, and at least
one terrible famine has taken place, to relieve
which even the Imperial resources were heavily
taxed. And secondly, the foreign policy of the
present British Cabinet is far bolder than that of
former ones for a very long time. Mr. Gladstone
would never have annexed Fiji or bought up the
Suez Canal, as Mr. Disraeli has done.
We refer next to a paragraph in which (with
that following) the writer of the reply but
acantily disguises his evident feeling of contempt
i fur the memorialists. Sotcntj of the uivt inSu-
i cntia,f tntcliigcnt and rei-r-cxtabie men of our
i cinKiiiinitj i.avo aJJree. the Kin,:, deviating
that th; ji ulatiun of the Kin Jjin is diminish
ing to fctt-a.jily and rajidlj t'r at the ir.di f-endenc;
of the ejuntrv and the very existence of the na
tive race are in grave peril. the jiuEtj
writer ca'riilv pooh-j-oohs the address, and cannot
see " in any uf the aspects of the commercial or
political etate of thla Kingdom to-day anything
which calls for the very strong expression of alarm
used in many parte of your address; not any
thing more, certainly, than has existed for the
last quarter of a century." Now all thi9 implies
either what men call a judicial blindness, or a
desire to let the ship of state glide quietly on to be
engulphed in to the cataract of national extinc
tion. In either case the incompetency of the
Ministry ia evident. The country has indeed
never lacked prcphcts, who have from time to j
time directed attention to the growing danger.
Now at last the country is aroused, but the gov- ;
ernment still sleeps. :
We come next to a single sentence of twenty- !
five lines, hard to understand. We deny that j
" Candor would have induced the i
remodeling of this part cf the address." Candor
fchould have induced the Committee of reply to
what is very susceptible of proof that
Kamehameha I . clearly understood and dis-
tinctly advocated repopulation in the wide, and
not the narrow sense.
The style of the reply deserves unqualified
condemnation. It resembles most that of the
work of some German writer on metaphysics o
the last century. The tone is scornful, the ideas1
confused, and the language answers thereto.
Without giving extracts, it will be found that
nearly every sentence shows this. As we approach
the end of this wearisome, feeble and turgid reply
to a patriotic address, we look in vain, after the
long succession of discouraging remarks, for some
hopeful suggestions. There are none. The ef
forts of preceding governments have failed, and
no new ones are undertaken by the present. The
Ministers simply call on the petitioners to supply
the ideas and plans which they themselves are
set in their offices to supply. They offer no hope,
promise no effort, and discourage all hope and
effort with a 6neer. Let us sum up the whole
foerin one word imbecility. Its moral is
after us the deluge.
The Samoan Imbroglio.
In our brief reference last week to the state of
affairs existing at Samoa, we ventured the opinion
that it was a case of history repeating itself. Sub
sequent inquiries have served to confirm us in that
opinion; and we arc assured ou what we have reasojt'
to believe is reliable authority, that the whole of the
late proceedings there, including the proclamation
by the Consuls and the seizure of the Peerless, are
all but parts of a scheme for the subversion of the
native government of Samoa, and to place it as has
been done with Fiji, and as is doubtless intended as
to Tonga, under foreign domination, and that the
American Consul, Foster, has allowed himself to
be made a tool to that end.
It appears that an individual named Young, an
Englishman who formerly lived in Fiji, bad been for
some time plotting to raise a party in opposition to
the existing government of Samoa, on the one hand
extolling the new state of affairs at Fiji since annex
ation, and on the other decrying Col. Steinberger and
the Samoan authorities. In this he was heartily
seconded by that sort of characters to whom law
and order are unwelcome every where. Young made
trips back and forth between Fiji and Samoa, and at
last, on the 12th of December, it is supposed in con
sequence of his representations, II. B. M. S. Barra
couta, Capt. Stevens, arrived at Apia from Fiji.
Previous to this, there had been no complaints by
Consuls and everything had gone on quietly. Capt.
Stevens at once associated with the disaffected of the
"'-a- ;lpntg amoDK whom we are sorry to hear
were persons connected witn tne Juoncion .Missionary
Society, in distinction from the Wesleyan and Roman
Catholic Missionaries and the Captain and Mr.
Layard, former administrator of Fiji proceeded to
hold meetings and invited the chiefs to present any
complaints that they might wish to make against the
government. At one of these meetings, two of the
chiefs were induced to sign a petition to the British
government, asking that Samoa might be annexed to
Great Britain. This coming to the knowledge of
the King, the two chiefs were arrested, and repent
ing of their action they were pardoned. On the
18th December, Capt. Stevens and the British Con
sul issued a manifesto, in which they pronounced to
be false alleged injurious reports about the conduct
of the government of Fiji, and invited the chiefs to
a meeting, at which correct information would be
imparted. A public meeting was aecordingly held,
at which were present the King, his Ministers, both
branches of the Legislature, all the foreign Consuls,
and some four or five thousand people. Capt.
Stevens opened the meeting, and addressed the King
and assembled chiefs at considerable length, setting
forth a string of complaints that, in their trifling,
frivolous and evidently mischief seeking nature,
strikingly bring to mind some passages in Hawaiian
history. Allusions more or less covert were fre
quently made to Col. Steinberger, against whom for
no specified reason adduced the complainants appear
to be particularly embittered, and at length the King
and chiefs were distinctly asked if they would not
discard him from the government. This inquiry
was made three separate and distinct times during
the conference, and at each repetition the question
was met with a distinct and emphatic no, from the
King and Legislature. "Then," at length said
Capt. Stevens, " the situation becomes serious,"
and the conference broke up.
Next came the seizure of the yacht Peerless, the
property of Col. Steinberger, by the force under
Capt. Stevens, at the instance of Mr. Foster, the
American Consul. The allegation was, that being
an armed private vessel site was in contravention of
the American neutrality laws ! Her armament was
put on board from a U. S. armed ship; she carried
the American flag at the fore and the Samoan flag at
the main, and was employed as a dispatch vessel by
the government between the islands. Capt. Stevens
took her alongside the Barracouta, where she was
stripped and dismantled, and thirty days afterwards
sold at private sale by Consul Foster without notice,
for 310. A German house stood ready to purchase
her for the government, had the sale been a public
one, for 8042 in cobra, worth $28,000 in Europe.
The " proclamation" of the Consuls, issued Jan.
13, (copied by us last week from an Auckland paper)
brought out a response from the King, the Nobles
and Representatives, in which, after denying that
they have hindered or obstructed the legitimate
jurisdiction and authority of foreign representatives
in Samoa, they in temperate but dignified terms
claimed the right to make laws to govern their
own people without the interference of foreign offi
cials, and protested against the issuance of the pro
clamation. The different clauses in the consular
proclamation were considered one by one, and their
fallacy and injustice exposed, beginning with the
first, which claimed that No subject or citizen of a
nation represented by a Consul shall be arrested
without the consent of said authority, as previous to
July, 1873." In reply to this, the King produced
copy of a letter from the late lamented Commodore
Goodenough, dated ia November, 1S73, in which he
recognized the government of Samoa as an estab
lished and welcome fact, and heartily approved of
their orderly and judicious course. In the course of
this reply of the government to the Consuls, they
repeatedly spoke of their anxious desire and deter
mination to do Justice to all foreigners within their
dominions, in accordance with the usages of civilized
nations, but firmly insisted on the right to govern
themselves without interference from foreign officials.
Mr. Poppe, the Acting German Consul, on after
cns; lcration, rfgrcttel hating sigce-I the procli-
niatioti, bat wa. not al'.oweJ to witUJriw Lis tuct.
TLe effect .f tl.e proc!mation has very uatura'.Iv
been to it..iuguriie a reign cf lawlessness. The
numerous groceries ti.it bad existed tefbre the es
tablishment of governaent h.-ii teen reauceJ. uclci
the license system, to tbre since the proclaraati- n
they hid increase! to ten, sdJ will shortly atnouut
to fifty. Liquor dealers defy the laws GoTcrnniei;t
had imposed duties on imported spirits, Lut since the
proclamation hundreds cf cases of gin aa J brandy
haTe been landed without duty. The police aul
courts are powerless io abort, there U no law in
Samoa at present which foreigners are bound to
We anticipate that when the news cf these doings
at Samoa reaches the ears cf cmliiei peoples, the
Bnusn ani American governments wia promptly
disavow the acts of their representatives, and that
there will be a speedy reckoning for somebody to
7b th Elitorof the Pacific Commercial Advertiser : '
Sib: In the qumi-quar aatine of the steimer !
which arrived here on Tburcday morning last with j
mpln r,n boaril. we have another instance cf that .
varillatin-r roller, sn mach in favor with nuhl is
functionaries, which, in seeking to please everybody.
. o. i i- . i V V
actually benefits nobody, and seriously incommodes
not a few.
Upon arrival, the vessel wag allowed to come
along-side the dock; the captain, purser, ani chief
. a i . i
; eng'neer to come cn snore, wnue tne uocn-yara was
, the Do&r(J of Heilthf the poi;cet agenti of the fe9self
I customs officers, draymen, and a few othtrwue pri-
Cargo was discharge by men sent from II. B. M.
ship .Myrmidon; and, in the afternoon, passengers
for this port were allowed to land fumigated some
aay but still under bond to report themselves daily
for eight succeeding days. As nearly as I can learn.
thee are the facts. And does any one suppose, that if
communication with the ship had been entirely un-
restricted, there would have been any greater danger
of infection than must now exist. I think there
can be but one answer, and that ia : If it wr,s possi
ble to land tne measles, it is landed.
If the necessities of commerce in the case were
more than commensurate with the danger to this
community from infection, it would have been better
to have imposed no restriction whatever; but if the
reverse, an undiscriminating quarantine should have
been enforced for a number ot days positively cover
ing the known period of the incubation of the dis
ease. I can appreciate the very trying position of those
who, in the exercise of functions properly belonging
to medical men, and whose actions are supposed to
be entirely guided by medical knowledge, are yet
subject to the clamor of trades-people eager in the
receipt and shipment of goods; but still it is matter
of regret that so much of compromise between two
things so distinct, if not opposite, has been necessary
as to have made each absurd in only hindering the
other. . Townsman.
',' Washington, February ICth. The President
to-day signed the Centennial bill with a quill ptn
made from the wing of an American eagle.
v ''In the English House of Common last Monday
evening. Disraeli moved a bill enabling the Queen
to take the style and title of Empress of India. "
Emperor William has ordered the Minister of
Justice to report on Count You Arnim's pardon,
and his sentence of iiupiUonrnent will probably be
transmuted into a money fine.
VIENNA, Feb. 13. It ia considered likely that
Servia and Roumania will before long take a lively
participation in the insurrection against Turkey.
Vienna. Feb. 13. Advices from Herzegovina state
in spite of Count Andraisy'a note the insurgents are
resolving to fight it out to the last.
Washington, Feb. 14. The Democrats in their
caucus discussed at some length the time of final
adjournment. . Since then several leading Democrats
have conferred upon the subject and have decided to
introdute a resolution fixing the time of final ad
journment between April 1st and April 15th. This
move contemplates the passage of the appropriation
bills aDd a finance bill as the only legislation. Ran
dall Says the appropriation bills can a 1 be passed by
April 15th. The Democrats feel the bad political ef
fects of congress, and desire to prevent debate on
Vienna, Feb. 17th. The iusurgents in Bosnia op
lose the reforms contained in Count Andrassy's note.
They refuse to disarm, and appeal to the European
powers for protection.
Sydney. Feb. 22. The submarine cable between
Sydney and New Zealand has been successfully
laid and openeu lor trnuic.
Pakw Feb. 22. The last of the election returns
nV.' ' are now classified
alTfoTToVsT Republicans. 198; Conservative Repub
licans. 75; Bonapartists. 64; Legitimists. 26; Conser
vatives. 24: Constitutionalists, zo; Kauicais. li
Secoud ballots in sixteen districts are necessary
It ii expected that, when all the elections are deci-
. -. aim a. s-v r a
ded the Republicans win nave ioa seats, unnese
It is estimated the Left will hold 156, and the
Extreme Left 88. So these two sectins will have a
working majority in the Chamber without the assis
tance of tue Lett centre.
Maprid, Beb 29. The following intelligence has
been sent to the Spanish Minister in London:
The war i9 at an end. Don Cartas has askede
France for hospitality. He informed General Fau
cet, comnianuins Bayonne, tuat he would enter
France ut 9 o'clock this forenoon, by the Bridge of
Arnequi. Three hundred Carhsts nave entered
France at St. Jean, and report says they are cross
ing the frontier by hundreds at Alduides. The
French will not interfere with them.
Alfonso had arrived at Pampelua.
THE GRAND PACIFIC HOTEL !
JXO. B. DRAKE & CO., Proprietors.
THE HOUSE COVERS ONE ENTIRE
Block, having a frontage south, eat and weat of
over 7CO feet, it ia admirably located lor trie con
venience of guest! ; ia thoroughly built in the beat
manner, with all modern improvements, bvery nor, rrom
basement to roof, ia underlaid with four inches of cement,
which, with oiher safe-guards, renders it practically FIRE
PROOF. The VENTILATION is perfect, and the whole is
being refitted with the addition of new and elegant furniture as
The service, table, and other accommodations (being the
same to all guests) will be maintained fully up to the high
standard of their predecessors, and equal to any house in this
or any other country ; but the proprietors have decided to
meet the just expectations of the public in these times of
financial drpresaion by graduating prices at from $3 00 to
f 4 50 per day, according to the location of the rooms occupied.
Chicago, 111., February, 18'fl. nihil
Saloon Pilot Bread !
1ASES AND QUARTER CASES, per MART
Belle Roberts. For Sale by (mbll) BOLLES h CO.
RECEIVED PEK M. BELLE ROBERTS,
For sale by
B,hll BOLLES ic CO.
California Sed Brick !
A FEW THOUSAND OF GOOD QUALITY
received this day per Mary Belle Roberts, and for sale by
mhll BOLLES & CO.
California Beef in Bond !
UECEl VED IER M. BELLE ROBERTS.
For Sale by
mbll BOLLES 4 CO.
California Lime and '"White Brother!"
ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT. BEST
Quality. For Sale by (mhjl) BOLLES it CO.
J. MARTIAL BUYS
KID SKINS !
414 SACRAMENTO STREET,
Room No. 10, San Francisco. ah 11 3m
MU HOU !
Chromos Given Away!
CHROMO STATIONERY PACKETS FOR
SIXTY CENTS, containing 12 Sheets Mote Paper, 12
Envelopes, Pen. Holder, Pencil, and Ink Powder lor making 1
Bottle Ink. Every packet contains an order for a Chromo
mounted on card board, with the chance of drawing an
elegant mounted chromo on stretcher.
' For Sale only at THOS. G. THRUM'S.
EACLE COPYING PENCILS!
and for sale by
JUST AT HAND,
THOS. O. Til RUM.
PAYSON'S INDELIBLE INK
T1TII BRIGGS' MARKING PEN. can be
THUS. O. THKLM'S.
HaswelTs Pocket Engineer.
ARE V PAPERS. ARNOLD'S INK. AND
GENERAL STATIONERY. JUST RECEIVED, with
a Fine Invoice of
Stationery and Novelties Shortly Expected
mbll By THOS. O. THRUM.
Horse and Carriage for Sale!
SEPARATELY OR TOGETHER.
The Carriage is a double one. The Uorse is voune.
kind, well -trained to harness. For particulars enquire cf
CAI'T. BENJ. WHITNEY.
Honolulu, Feb. 2, 13;. fe29 lm
fiwceus to tiife
7 th if, '? uf ih Paci. ' Cutmnfrcutl Aih rrt'.str : j
Fib : Do yea cot thick, thst ilucc the Minister ;
fjr Forego A Jairs rccc jnixea tic.l's mercj in ing
us frow Kist ItiJUu cho'-ora, he ta:ght al. fray '
that this MifT-riDg ntiion ael frvm low gro
a'.ior?, ti f iicg and itJtetcpranc T
rr',ti A h rrttitr :
ua cf ?.";3,) was Toted by the last
Lei'itnre for immigration purpose. Can you give j
the public any information as to he w this sata has ,
been spent, or what has been done with it ? j
A r iO-LOw who wasTs to esow.
It is not in our power to give acy definite in- j
formation on this point. Inquiries made at the Gov- !
eminent House would probably show that a small ,
, anQoaEt has been paid for killing rice-birds; some-
j lbini for briogiDg fem additional Chinese males j
M pUcUticn hacdj; a feW thousands for the Ceo-
j ,enr,:al Coam-ssioc: and the PaHce erounds mT i
have absorbed quite an amount. In all. we thick
will be found that not far from ;1U,0W of the ap
propriation baa been expended but not for immi-
gration. x.u. jr. .. a.j
KXCKLflOR LODGK. No. 1. I. O. O F.
Honolulu, lllh Msrch, IS 74.
-ae. TVr wil.' br "P'r1"1 eI"
I his k.rula3, at t cioca
Per cr-ler of the N O.
sTK.i I Y OLD
MAN AS COOK AND
irneral servant in a plain family, a good borne t
steady man A white man or Porcguese preferred.
Inquire of W. JOHNSON,
mill I No. 10 Kaahumanu St.,
oppoite Mr. Q. Khcdes' Building.
CAPABLE MAN. A FOREIGNER. ON
71. a Sheep Kancb immediately. Apply to
F. A. SCUAEFER A CO.
"Athlete" Base Ball Club.
rMIK MEMBERS OF TIIE ABOVE CLUB
M are requested to meet on the Esplanade, foot of Fort St.,
Thk Saturday A flcrssss, at 4J o'clock.
JAS. I. DOWSETT. Jm,
ll President, anJ Captain First Nine.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
AT THE ENTRANCE OF PAUOA
Valley, a line Family Residence, well known Iljjij
as the premises formerly owned and occupied by XI 1L
Stephen Sjiencer; there is a Cne spring of water on tht place,
and pasturage for two horses.
Also, thr Lot and Fine Cottage Adjoining !
Tr Terms Easy. -Ct
Fur particulars apply at this office. nihil
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID
DEN to trespass on the land called WAIMANALO, In
the Ahupuna of Honouliuli, District of Eira, Oahu, by letting
cattle ruu on the same, or by cutting, or taking wood, or kill
ing wild cattle, or hunting on said land.
The boundaries of said land are described as follows: u The
lands originally leased to John Meek, the Kula of Lihue and
the Kula ot Honouliuli are mauka and makat of this, and th
lanJs of Nanakuli and Holina on ea:h s;de."
Honolulu, March 11, 1870. (mbll tf) J. II. CONEY.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
the Estate of William Hall, late of Beretania Street, Ho
nolulu, deceased, are requested to forward the same with
the proper vouchers to the undersigned, at his office, No. 2d
Fort Street, Honolulu, within six calendar months front the
date of the Brut publication of this notice, or they will be for
ever barred. And all persons indebted to the said William
Hall are required to pay the amounts owing by them forthwith.
Administrator of the Estate of the said Wm. HalL
Dated this 7th day of March, 1876. mhll it
HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT MV
sons J. T. Waterhouse jnr., and Henry Waterhouse
have a full power uf Attorney to act for me during my absence
from this kinglom. JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
Honolulu. March 1st, 1876. mh 2t
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBID
DEN trespassing on (he Land known as KAHIKINL'I,
Island of Maui i and notice is hereby given that thirty days
from this date all cattle and horses found trespassing on said
land will be dealt with according to law.
Honolulu, Feb 21. 1867. fe26 lm C. SILVA A CO.
flMIAT VERY DESIRABLE DWELLING
M an.l Premises, No. 150 Nuuanu Avenue, containing par
lors, dining room, bedroom, dressing mom, China and clothes
ct sets on first floor. basement under all ; three rooms on
second floor, kitchen and pantry connected, also with basement
beneath, bathing and. washroom, carriage house, stable, fowl
house, Ac, in order. Apply to J. tl. wtruu,
A LSO The Cottaxe and Premises adjoining, with six
rooms, kitchen, bathruom, servants room, store room, stable.
ai.il carriage house. aui n
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED
by Mr. 8. M. Carter, situated at the corner of Palace
Walk and runchbowl Bts. 1'ossession given unmem
Apply at the
Valuable Land for Sale or Lease.
'MIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS' FOR 2)
A Sale or lease the extensive well known tract of 1
GOOD SUGAR LAND, known as MAULUA, situate In the
district of llilo.
Also, the tract of excellent COFFEE LAND known as HO
NOKOHAU, io the distrct of Kona, Hawaii, suitable for culti
vation of Cotton, Ramie, 4c, and contains also a valuable
FISH POND. O" For further particulars enquire of
March 4, 1876. mh4 J. W. ROBERTSON.
riMIE F1RK-PROOF STORE on Ourra
l Street, lately occupied by C. S. llartow Esq., as an
an Auction Room.
Possession given immediately
mill W. C. I'ARKK.
THE DWELLING HOUSE LATELY
occupied by the subscriber, situated on Beretania St.
This house is in firt rate repair, and is fitted with all
the conveniences of a first class house. Inquire of
dlS B. F. UOLLE3 At CO.
'M1E PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI-
II fled that JOSEPH DUCIIALSKY has no authority to
sell any Leather or material made at the KALAUAO TAN.
NERY, nor to incur any expenditure on account of the same
except through the undersigned.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, March 17, 1873. 669
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM HONO
LULU. M. PERNET will attend to the business of this
Consulate at the French Chancellerie, between the hours of 10
and 12 every day. Entrance on Punchbowl street.
jal5 tf Consul and Commissioner of France.
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
OF BOSTON, MASS.
Inoorporfttod, 1 O 3 Q .
The Oldest Purely Mutual Life Insurance
Co., in the United Slates.
Policies issued on the most favorable terms.
EXAMPLE OF XOX-FOUFEITl RE PL1X,
I nan red Age 33 Yriirsj Ordinary Life Plan
One Annual premium continues Policy 2 years 3 days
Two Annual premium continues Policy 4 years 12 days
Three Annual premium continues Policy 6 years 27 days
Four Annual premium continues Policy 8 years 46 days
Fire Annual premium continues Policy 10 years 56 days
Assets, 8i:i,500,000 !
Lease Pnid through Houolulu Agency
CASTLE Si. COOKE, AGENTS
o2 FOR TIIE HAW'N ISLANDS. ly
HONOLULU ICEJVIANLIFATORY !
ICE WILL BE DELIVERED EACH MORN
ING to all parties wishing the same,
AT 2 1-2 CENTS PER POUND !
All orders given the Carrier, or left at the office, will be
filled the following morning. -
No Ice Delivered in the Afternoon !
XT Ice can be obtained in any quantity, from S pounds
upwards, at the
" Ire lions?," In the Lumber Yard of Wilder k Co.
PRICE, 3 CENTS PER POCND.
Any shortness of weight, or want of politeness on the part
of my employees, I ask to be reported at the office.
XX lee bills are payable on demand.
HAM L Q. WILDER,
fe25 tf Proprietor.
DIAMONDS ! DIAMONDS ! !
ALL AT S. K. RAWSON'S, N. 17 Mer-
y chant Street, and look at the
LARGEST AND FINEST ASSORTMENT
OF DIAMOND JEWELRY
ever exhibited in Honolulu. fel9 tf
--t- .nu, cigarette rat
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED PER
GERMAN BARK CEDER,
A WELL SELECTED CARGO
EGLSII, fiEHHAUTRESni GOODS
Ualtl-r la Part f tie Flllr I
A Full Aasoriment of Print, all atjl.-a. new
and desirable pattern!,
White Cotton, llorrock'e Wbiie Lonj Cloth,
A. II. and B.
Brown and Bias Cotton Drill, Brown Collon,
Blae Cotton, ileaTj Denlma, HkWorjr Slrlpe.
Bed Ticking, Turkey Red Cotton,
Blue Flannels, White Linen, assorted w id lbs
Water-proof Cloth, Wbito XMekio.
Fine French Merinos, Reps, Buckskins,
Fine Caaalmeres, Black and Blue Broadclotbs,
Linen and Cotton Sewing Thread,
A Splendid Assortment of Clothing
Fancy Flannel Sbirts,
Denim Jumpers and Overalls,
Fine Merino Undershirts,
Cotton Socks and Stockings,
Silk. Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Fine Silk Umbrellas,
Assorted Burlaps and Woolpack, Sail Twine,
Imperial Naty Hemp Cana, No. 00 to 6,
Hair and Clotb Brushes, from J.Gosnvll A. Co.
Fancy Soaps and Hair Oil,
Shawls, Poncbos, Plaids, Needlework,
Lockets, Rings, Chains, Ornaments,
P. & P. Knives, Scissors,
Corkscrews, Tinned Spurs, Axes,
Wrapping and Printing Paper,
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN. ENGLISH & FRENCH
Stenriu Candles, Ultramarine Blue.
Epsom Salts, Castor Oil,
Fence Wire, No. 4, 5 and 6,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, J and inch,
Hoop Iron, , , 1 and H Inch, Rivets,
Paints and Oil, White Zinc, White Lead, Ac,
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison, Market Baskets.
Brooms, Casks and Barrels,
Casks Blacksmiths' Coal,
300 Tons Best Steam Coal,
Abo a few Music Boxes & Regulator Clocks,
A Fine Assortment of Havana Cigars,
English and German Ale,
Bavarian Beer, in qts. and pta.
Champagne, Ruinart pere and fits, qts. dr pts.
Champagne, Heidsieck & Co., qts. and ts.
Champagne, Thort au, qts. and pts.
Rhine Wines, Claret,
Gin, in green boxes,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Have Just Received
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYL1E
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
WHICH THKV OFFFJl FOB SI I.E.
ROCERIES, IIUBBL'CK'S FAINT OIL,
White Zinc. White Lead,
Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Caustic Soda, C. C. Tin Plate, Sheet Lead,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Sheet Zinc,
Galvanized Tubs, Fence Wires,
Refined Iron, White Bros., Portland Cement.
Gunny Bags, Burlaps Bags,
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrels.
New Oil Sbooks,
Boutelleau Jt Cos., Brandy, in glass, one to
Boutelleau Cos., Brandy in Casks,
Gin in Cases,
Window Glass, Ac, &c, Ae.
PER R. C. WYLIE, Direct from Europe.
g g BBLS. BEST ENGLISH PORT
OlJLF LAND C KM It NT,
100 Coils btst Uossla llrtnp Big-glor,
Coils Russia Bolt Hope,
Cases Knjlisb Fla Fruits,
Cases do. Pickles,
Cases do. Ground pepper,
Cases do. Mustard,
Cases do. French Peas,
Csks Table Bait, in bottles
For Sale at the Lowest Prices by
o90 BOLLES CO.
FINE MANILA CIGARS,
4 NEW INVOICE OF VERY SUPERIOR
. Quality, pat up ln boxes of 2U0 each
direct from Manilla.
For Sale bjr
BOLL KM k CO.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
17KRV SUPKRIOR Q,L" A LIT Y. FOR SALE
T IN Quantities to Bait by
THE PAPYRO GRAPH !
riHE UXDERSICXEO HAVE RKCKIVKI)
M. tht ageoey of the above New ssiasl Valuable)
ventlass. I'rintinr from paper manuscript which la now
recognised as one of the most usefol Inventions of the sre. It
is useful for merchants, lawyers, school masters, clerks, Ac ,
to all who require to multiply manuscripts.
Bpecimens can be seen at the office of the nrulersif ned. For
sale at reasonable rates.
fr F. T. IE EH AH CO.
BEMOS. tt7 g. C.
- er, etc.. etc. xo JI111UUAHT
A Nl AN VOI tKK HAVE ! ( vK.U
m. asysWf with roe vt tl.ia
ELEGANT SOLID SOLE
LEATHER TRUNKS !
wbkh will ataaJ I be Bse(Ms ftaiasbert, ai4 mkkk art tulf
to be had at lbs
STORE of M. MclNERNY
Wlter can bt fovml any or
EIEIIITIIUG l. THE IlllH ME
tsMi( wbira are
LaJleV Solid Leather Trucks, riveted edfest
Ladies' Pol id Krltlle Leaifcer Trans s. nvrtrd sdmi
- i . Mi... "
toi imsiT jrwaaa, sews dfi
Lades' Kierant Leather Covered e.rK
Ladies' I urn position Paralrwas.
Ladies' rU'Oul Travelling- Dressing Ca, '
Ladm' stuoala Leather rho.xff a) is.
Ladies' bags and Ketirates In all aiaew.
Ladies' Canvas I'wvervd Trunks,
LADIES' STATE ROOM TRUNKS!
Aa article much in demand, slow In neatly and re (be stale
folid rVr Leather Tranks, rlvrtel tnteesi
Uent's olid bridle Lest Lei Trunks, riveted sdfe
Ueot's latber Trunks la all sisest
Cent's Mid Sol. Lecher Tr"k
Orel's Bridle Leather Valises,
Uent's No. 1 and I Boston Valises,
Uent's Patent Cornrr Valises,
Gent's Kief ant Russia Leather
Gent's fthawl and Blanket 8trs, s. Trunk ltTi7iT,,,n C''
Tourist and Traveler's Bags and Tailaes.
1t fact fi'intiint in the above line and
at lied Hack Price.
ALSO, JUST TO HAND !
AN ELEGANT LINO OF
GENT'S SHOE WARE
Among wlilc'j are tbs
CELEBRATED CORK SOLE 0AITER8 !
Just the thing fur ll,e wet weather.
Tho Noatcst Stylo of Men's
Kver offered here. Among which are the relehtsted Everett
Mlppers, and In fart everything la all well appointed Bout ai
All the above line of (SohU trill be Xtld
at Prices to suit the Times.
These ! nrt well ltsswH brra m4 tswreJ
at rerwisssssrtsclutlwM. Evtry Fair
Corner of Fort and Merchant fttreels.
FOR SALE !
FAMILY RESIDENCE I
Garden, Out House, and every Convenience
FOR BALK CIIKAP A L4K,
A VERY CONVENIENT COTTAOE I
Pleasantly loraled Rmjulr of
GREATEST l.IE.TI0. OF TIIE AGE
A Complete Cooking Stovo I
PIMPLE, lil'RABLK AND COM PACT, '
Cai W Patkfd la a Boi, sad pat la One's Fail! f
PRICE, ONLY TWO DOLLARS 1
CIIAB. B. TOOK,
(with Ullingt.am It Co..) Bole Agent fur tht Tacllls Ocean.
tT Don't Fait to Coll mnd Eramimt, if you So mol tup.
Rape 8eed Oil,
FOR MA LIS LOW II V.
delft Am V. I'KIIiri: At CO,
J. S. CURNEY.
COMKCTIOV, T0B1CC0 AM) BILLIARD fULOOW,
No. 10 Nooann Street, 4 doors below King.
Denier in Shells, Coruls ami General Phi 'untitle
of the Pari Be.
Pcbsst CasDiu, Cioaas, Toaacco, Lsmsds A Bona Wsvsa
ALW1VS OS BD.
OREGON FAMILY MESS BEEF!
A PKW HALT IIAKHKLN OP VICKY SV-
perlor quality, received per Falklnburg
For hale ty
Cotton Duck I
AXKW LOT OP THK LAWREM'K FAO
tory an assortmimt of Numbers received per Ceylua,
and foe sale low by
hol.LKM a CO.
IN QUANTITIKt TO SC'IT. PIIOM I Gal
lon to a barrel. For Bale by
OXBOWS, OX BOWS!
IRON OX BOWS!
lf AI)E FltOM IKON lllIG f DM PA lit
i I will last for years, to le bad cheap. Orders from U
other Islands fronjilly aHemled to.
J. T. CIIAYTr.it.
frIS In Nest Custom House.
JUST RECEIVED EX HERA
CN' FRAXCIM O, AX KXC KLLKNT Aft
Wall and Ceiling Paper!
WLicb the undersigned offer
For Sale at Very Reatonable Prices !
fell U AI.LKM k ROBINSON.
11 Ht'A.VIsllKS TO sriT.FROM
Ion to a barrel. For Bale by
J 1,-JU.yjls LT