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tra!!i fiom tS C l.nirs
-.larray from ra:i Frai.-is-
-.r.g-r and frt-:;lit li.f, an 1
to the S:U ii.st
.icriod have brt-a the Aui
rrj small freight. and t!.e W
repectirg the treaty n ,
, to the iffocl ihil a delega
ted Strang petition of op- ;
he Senate Committee of For- '
rlr a telegram in the Baa .
thai no crede&ce U given there- j
blica:ia of the tame, Interest- ;
'J "5 Wsafcington, and learned that '
?posa, the Treaty u
the Amer fck Cyace hat rtied j
lay's later Be, tod bringing f
Y entire! corroxratinj our above ;
J(, 11 Besse had r.ot silled when the '
'leared on the 9th.
UII'Tthe Ban Francisco market affect- j
of wtich were coming la quite
I reduced the nrices cf the former i
lb as they fcJ notifled, and a i
T.nnM fvT- Glirv
No lilt- ;
fixe- had ilmo detliaed, owir. g to very large
tuxi Iroia Chlc ar.4 Japan, quouble at 6 l-lOvcfejc,
latter "ture for re-clanfj Japan Tb!e. Hairaiiin Table
juePd- la Other ar1i-U. a iMm t.( w,a mali rial chaii?
f airw'r quctatlotia.
. not regard the Utemect made in a late number of
I fr' ffct that 13 or 20 new augar planUtiona
oe eunuenced here, aa "tin lor tuna te," " untrue,"
h ulated to do o Injury," aa the Gazelle baa it. With
aty it. fcrce, JS M muf h land will be put into sugar
' can be aatiafactorllv worked; and labor will be had
r .. aa much money aa possible. We are ob- I
for saying that we do desire the rucccss
bat our modesty forbid our accepting the ad
oortpiisAeat conveyed ia iu atateiaeot that our utter-
e CAUtetf II, Jatava ilrM.lv wnat Im I
. rton. TW ul much on our hands iu the
taSdanca f ministerial and legislative affaira here as we
e to b "credited with, and therefore leave the control of
Utraia Washington to the Uizettt.
(V s!ijet of our currency has been allowed to drop fur
ttae, aa k was understood it was referred to a committee
heOuober of Commerce; but we trust it U not to be
- Ic Hat way.' It is a questionof Importance to the com-
; 1". ' As the ca now stands, debased silver coin can be
-' la Saa Franri'H.'o at 8090 and sbippeil bere at a
' t of two per cent, and exchange remitted at two anJ a half
r ceat, leaving a profit of from 8 to 10 per cent on the trans-f-tioof
aod even American silver can be sent out of the coun
r repcaced by such coins at a profit. Some day we may
t Vnd find our wealth discounted by 14 per cent.
. ' ns A Falkiabarg would not be ready to leave Port
: y l - this Mtt till tfce early part of July, owing to her
V.' 'g exteosire repaid. "
i 1 Ilelea W A liny cleared from San Francisco for this
jllt.'i&IJed, May 20tb, with lumber, 4c.
atrsbip Syrea sailed from Boston for this port May 24.
Tl Lackawanna, ws learn, has received orders and will
1, (kls port afbar the Fuorth kit Alaska.
gths Cyans we learn that Williams, Blanchard A- Co have
bred sppoioted agents of the facillc Mail 8 Co.
j POUT Or HONOLULU, H. I.
j, A K RIVALS.
iT Bchr Kanau, Abuihala, from Ilanalel, Kauai.
17 D B 8 Lackawanna, Greer, from cruise.
$7 8chr PueokahL Clarke, from liana, Maui '
li Aunr Kloea, Marcbant, f rom Hawaii and Maul.
l8chr Netti Merrill. Crane, from Labaina, Maul.
p h-.,'sn;(a, Kalawala, from Kaunakakai, Molokai
f K Myrmidon, Hare, from cruise.
' Jo Australia, Cargill, 15 days fin Auckland, via
isi ship Pride cf the Port, 17 days from San
Francisco, en route for Calcutta.
-Pear Mile JJ orris. Ksalohanui, Irom Kaunakakai.
Schr PauahL Uopo. from xlilo. Hawaii.
1 1 Bchr Kamaile. Kibling. from Waimea ti Kuloa.
ilil Schr LMlama. Mana. from Kohala. Hawaii.
il 22 Am t)k U C Murray , Fuller, 13 days fm 8 Francisco
i t ehr Mary Ellen, Mana, from Kobalu, Hawaii.
I tmr Kllauea, Marcbant, from Kauai.
r-8cbr Marion, Lambert, from Koloa and Waiuica.
Bchr Annie. Kalauao, from Niihau.
Ci-i Ata bk Cyane, Pcrriman, 14 days 1mm 8 Francisco
aa 17 8cbr Manuokawal, Kimo, for Nawlliwlli, Kauai.
17 Schr l.uka, Kaai, for Slaiiko, Jlaui.
, 13 ?chr Ka Mol, Reynolds, for Kahnlui, Maul.
14 Stmr Kilauea. Marchant. for Kauai. '
i t - is
S I is
19 fctar Fairy Uueen, Kaaina, for ilanalei, Kauai. -
19 chr Jenny. I ilama, ror ivona ana Kau. iiawan.
'20 Schr Prince, Beck, for Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
20 Schr Pueokabi, Clarke, for liana, Maui.
20 Am ship Pride of the Port, for Calcutta.
20 Bchr Jaunita. Kalawala, for Kaunakakai, Molokai.
20 R M s Australia, Cargill, for Saa Francisco.
. -0,41 UW . V AMMV, .
fc- S, 21 Schr Nettie Merrill, Crane, tor Labaina, fllaui.
j": 21 Schr Kamaile, Klbllng, for Koloa and Waimea.
; ' 23 Stmr Kilauea. Marcbant, for Kalaupapa, Molokai
VEJiSKLS IN POUT.
; H AVAL.
ickawanna. Commander Greer.
Myrmidon, Commander Uare.
rig Morning Star, Colcord.
try Betle Hoberts, Grey, loading.
' iorth Star, Cbas Davis.
'. C Murray, Fuller, discharging,
v'olomho, Uaer. -
Am bktne Jane A Falkinburg, from Portland, to Castle 6c
oke, due about July IS.
-Bark Lunalilo, from the Sound, to II UackfeLJ S. Co, will be
Bark Wm 11 Besse. from San Francisco, fully due.
Hark A Idea Besse, from Hongkong, to Afong dc Acliuck, due
latter part of this month.
it city of Saa Francisco, from Sydney, due July 13.
'- H City of Sydney, from San Francisca, due? June 27.
lug W li Alien, bum Tahiti, to J 1 Dowsett.due the latter
rt of this month.
Ik Helen W A buy, from Trinidad, to Castle dc Cooke, is
i .riy use.
roaT of R 11 ii Avstai.ia, Wm Caboill, Commi
. LcA her mooring In Delror&n Bay, Port Chalmers, at
r, ou morning of Wednesday, May 31, and proceeded
. the heads, where sha anchored at 11 am. The steamer
I arrived about 4 30 with snails and passengers, which
I to be transhipped by means of a Ufa boat, owing to a
. Cir NNE bree blowing and heavy sea setting towards the
- s; this was not accomplished till 6 30 p m, when she pro-
towards l.ytteltoo. txpeneucea moderate weather,
.irrived at that port at 11 a ni, junei- iteceived mails
x nssnTS at 4.30 and proceeded. Weather clear with
t NNE breeaes tiil Djidoleht. Thence to Cape PallUiar
A was aiade at 8.30, dull cloudy weather who fresh head
1 and lumpy sea. Arrived alongside the wharf at Welling
iij 45 a m. -Embarked passengers and proceeded at 3.30.
wrimced stronr breeie with h lib noriberJy swell, ar.dar-
-d off Mapier at 11.14 a m. Discharged cargo at 211, and
dived passengers and malls and proceeded, weather clear.
irrd si Auckland on Monday. June 6, at 4 10 a mi received
'.t and Dssaencera and proceeded at 0.10 p rn. On the run
Kandava e-perienced moderate weather with variable winds;
Am thai i.i. at a n m Friday. June 9; received mails and
m- . O kamnlarA k it. I ft iArAi I s rl sat O
. f ft J m with fine weather and clear. Arrived in Honolulu June
j i j.th,at7am. , J. I.lotd, Purser.
; 1 gcpOBT or BK D C Mvaaar, FtitLSB, Masrsa. Left San
irviciaee TUariday, June 8, at 2 p bo, with moderate breezes
froin lh W, graduaUy bsullcs; to N with passing f squalls.
Tbl'wtnd worked into NE trades, which continued the whole
oassage. Wednesday, June 21, at 5 p m, aaw Cast Maui, and
iTTa m nexTuay made Molokai, and arrived in Honolulu at
J p m, 1 uaye passage.
V Fbom Srossv st Aucexajid Per Australia, June 0-1
'" ' o dog, 1 lg seed, S cs saddlery, 36 cs brandy, 1 qr csk
5 - jwrf. 31 ca iaeer. - -
F-OM g43f Fbahcisco Per D C Murray, June 22d: 61
:- r.,,;t.,r 12S2 or and 124 hf sks flour, 601 rkgs mdse,
doors. 4 pkgs windows. 1 cs stationery, 28 pkgs drugs, 22
J barley. 10 bags grain, 6 c.
(' s- ln4uo oats, 150 cs coal oil, 20
I . S3'po-. 7sabdUiista22-
4 -. p, 8 tanas gasomic, f -- - J '
bbls lime, loO empty Dbia,
bales hay, 0 cs and 1 pkg
i ) 1 - - o r o- a n.fr.lra June ?M;
loess leaves, bxa - - 6 1 Puie apples, bxs - - -
ii.saas,bncha - - - 1229 , Personal eflects, pkg -
Co:e,lbs 1996 j Patterns, bx - - - -
. 1 Instrument, bs. -- 1 1 Vase guage, cse - - -
K- Value Domestic - - $lo75.15;- Foreign $.7.50
r -a- .n Pn,Ti Ter KUaoea. June Is C Stack'
J D Mi.ls. B Uardcastle. J Eua and wife, airs llaalelea,
& Band B Martin. Sam Notr,
if- ! t -haucvv Mrs G W Piltpo, lion J r u uiou, u
V SZi. Mrs Phelps, MrsS P Stoddard. Mr. P N Makee, W
- ' - .. . r n f m.v Ju.Iire Fornander. and
. ",a awe, v .v -
- ti" fo Kscat Per Kilauea, June 19th Mfcs B Parke. Miss
a. iEr Hoa P Isenberg, wile and 4 children. Judge D Mc
1 w i. .-n.V'vm.'l nd G Wudehouae, Mrs Dr
v : llOCtl - -j-- Glade, U.
iiceii me ni!.-M'.i VA i-j i
:iprojriatiuii i'or a bupoi Voiir
Committee :ue ot o.iinoairlVo
payments matlc by the G j.,,.
;tp,H3ar uiuU i- tlieir an .iati
Bill. - Tlie bilUlor mate:, vour
Committee to have items tQ ayo
becu paid, eonsitlerin tl -'f10v
arc credibly informed tt
miut have Jjeeu suveu.itKt
3?,.f Cm the I 13 Wrorriatiou of ??VZ . IM.ss.0 n ! , ttVSi
. "tu u-it j uie juesent JieriOU tioes appear tO your Comm ttee r. the river and enterveo- , Pit, 50 Cents; Reserve-l Seats. 1 LmJ, AN
AlvertlSing the want Oi tl sarv and excessive Tlie tot .l rooo&t f, f,TCr-f , ;t- entire f&i.,. - . oe obtained at Thoa. O. Thrum'f "?rb R"
Your Cdmmitteo iavilnusiial 1n f wn -irs RftR rr'''1. otx " :rMler 01 Hawaiian Uoui. . ih7.
,tnraler of " transfers," arj Tf w 1 i "" 1 ' a" t"lil " iucu was con- in case lie snail make a snUi-igovj Co r""""" .
linmneroi It has sumed in rermirs. our Com mitt do nnf le; L,..i...: .i a .
been the custom oitneoftheth-.sof.vlie estimntfla na ' fV5l , 7,"' i,. immediately
Government, to add to tiiq 0.-0, 1 V v 4.1-1 V V , . T; ; l'uuptl' iluu uuu. puoiic Treasury ; and the Minister of Finance is
uoveniuieui, w tt y grant- therefore dismiss this branch of their Kenort. bv romnrL-;,,,, i,A,.AKs. ,1. . 1 . , . u. riu'mte is
- . m-thaatuiaw.tii 1tf ; 1 t J J , Z ,, -J1:, Mi t j) nKi .ua. procecos to the payment
IUm t1 A I M i
-t. Mill-r'. IVInt. Au.tr:,! ... ! -JT.
o! rr..p. i!t T trro. 1 ;-3r uJ ,i uuutU; :. on
t!r: iih i.f liinh.if sen Uiina. tituc.-IKk Vlo. s.-fd &
"-'I''' hi.lh'jui't .1 il-arlv b-.-tuveii ctiil.Irtrii of
llcnr) .Mary L..;.-n "raic ia the arms -l Je.i."
1 ov-K t h! r--; Itic-. .' i:..s.l. V.i:!.-r' P. ii I,
Aiftra .1. Marrh 15, lies O P.ntsC. late n.aster of the
--!", J yeir. I a-it.; au aflVctwt.atc uif: act cr;;M
t m-ur:i their !..
Owe. At II' n-i'ulu, llawai.an Iilanti, en the lath cf
Jur.e. of tjf h. id f..Ttr, (;tpct Newton Unci, aged 54
SAT CRD A Y. JUXE 24.
XT TO fcL'lWRlEERS. We thail ntl biiU at once f..r
all iatcriptirr. rrmairiinj ucipaid; and we ax the kirn I co-cir&fi'.-o
of our patror.t to enable ca to coiiiiueoc the r.ew
volume oo the jrxem of payment iavariablj in advance.
Ox Tlesdav last was issued bj the Foreign
OJEcc ns a Hawaiian Gazette Rilra, a Roval
I'rociamatiun, fetttDg lorth that, whercus Ilia
M:iintv lin.il. Iiv l.e. adrifp nnrl n r.r.rr.irij I r.f tl..
J J y J " ' ' " . . w . . . I I 1 ' V.
Legielature, entered into a Convention of (
Reciprocity with the United States on the SOth j
day of 'January, IST-j, (wLich said treaty ia
thereupon n-jrcxluccd in full) and the eauie
having teen ratified and the ratifications
exchanged at Washington, June 3d, 1875,
therefore proclamation ia made that the eauie
shall go into effect aa soon aa intelligence ia
received that the Government of the United
States has made the necessary provisions for
carrying it into operation.
Thiri is another act in the astonishing comedy
of errors with which our Foreign Office lias
been entertaining the country anent the treaty.
First, early iu the session, the Minister declared
that he should not and could not place the treaty
before the Assembly, as that body could legally
have nothing whatever to do with it ; the said
Minister knowing at the time that the bill then
before the Congress of the United States (and
which, after a delay of three months, passed the
House of Representatives and went to the
Senate) begins in these words :
" Be it enacted, dec. That whenever the President of the
United States shall receive satisfactory evidence that the
Legislature of the Hawaiian Islands have passed laws on
their part to give full effect to the provisions of the
Convention between the I'uited States and Ilis Majesty the
King of the Ilawaiifh Islands, signed on tbe 3uth day of
January, 1375, he is hereby authorized to issue his proclama
tion declaring that he has such evidence ; and thereupon,"
die, Ac, "shall be introduced into-the United States free
of duly," Ac.
In the face of this plain provision of law by
Congress, the text of which was in this city two
months ago, how are we to explain the positive
declaration of the Minister that the Assembly
could have nothing to do with the Treaty? Bat
on the loth of June, a month and a half having
elapsed since the commencement of a so far
fruitless session, the Ministry, without any
explanation, proceed to eat their own words by
bringing in the act to carry the treaty into
effect. Without however waiting for the final
passage of that vitally necessary act, tbey
nervously and hastily issue a proclamation and
eend it off by the mail of the 20th, announcing
that the treaty will go into effect as soon as
intelligence is received that the government of
the United States has made the necessary
provisions! Cut bono: ui wnat possioie use
can this proclamation be to the authorities of tbe
United States further than perhaps to signify
that " Barkis is willin" seeing that they must
..a. .a -.
await another monin at least tne receipt 01
satisfactory evidence' that the Hawaiian
Legislature has passed the necessary laws?
What a remarkable muddle our Solon of the
Foreign Office has made of it! The necessary
legislation might have been easily accomplished
six weeks ago, had it not been for the obstinacy
or something worse of the Minister. Indeed,
when we remember tho tone of his allusion to
the subject of reciprocity in his celebrated leader,
The Policy of hc Administration," (Hawaiian
Gazelle, February 23, 1874), and subsequent
utterances, there may well Ecem reason to
question his heavty friendship for the measure.
This however is certain, that if those who are
holding sugar for the treaty to go into effect
shall be compelled to keep it in store a month or
more after the Senate has passed the act above
referred to, they can have no one to blame but
the Minister of Foreign Relations.
The proposed plan of the Minister of Finance
for increasing the revenue, has called forth more
criticism and of a better kind than is usually
invoked by an utterance of the Ministry. A
writer in the editorial columns of the Gazette
sums the whole matter in his own estimation
in tho following sentence : " The absurdity, not
to say injustice, of the plan' may be Been from
the fact that it is proposed to tax rice and Bugar
planters only $34,250, for whose benefit chiefly
the treaty has been negotiated, while poor
people who use pins, needles, tea, etc., must
nav under increased duties $57,076!" If tho
" plan'' is an absurdity, the above sentence from
the Gazette fails to prove it such ; in fact, it
proves nothing but a lack of comprehension of
the subject of which the writer attempts to
treat. We have supposed that the tariff would
bear upon the consumer of imported goods, and
in proportion to the amount consumed by him
or her. The Gatelte"$ " poor people" are
undoubtedly consumers of pins, needles and
tea." but to what extent they may be consumers
of the remainder of tho goods embraced in the
schedule so artfully comprehended in the " etc.,"
the writer leaves ns in ignorance.. Our own
observation and experience Jeads us to the
conclusion that the sugar and rice planters will
be tbe consumers of the larger portion of the
imported wines and liquors, carriages, cigars,
drugs, jewelry, gems, millinery goods, perfumery,
silks, silver plate and watches. So that of the
$57,670 which the " poor people," have allotted
to them by the Gazette writer, the planters will
pay by far the larger proportion, in addition to
the $34,250, to which the "poor people"
contribute nothing, unless it be brawn and
The correspondent of the Uatetle who treats
at some length of an income tax, is a suggestive
writer ; bis letter will bear study, and to his own
countrymen, some Americans and a few
Europeans, his plan will seem to be the only
one worthy of adoption. But an extensive and
intimate acquaintance with the people of these
islands leads us to the conclusion that a farther
inquiry by the writer in question particularly
of those who have been connected with the
Finance Department of the governments-might
cause him to alter his views somewhat on the
ouestior. rvr .taxation. The plan" of the
A.-scMuojv that wit
ll SO kU'l:
will impelled to make repaus and alto: tract of lan tnowD a9 the
private persons would not make upon their. einiilarl circumariCei as
an, it open, them to .okctatiou t.cia every cjn- w. T13 rlain.as L,
seoKin 1'i'Oiitaoio eini.Jovmeiit.
oe anv irood reason ior nnv fon. -
ropaire or imiirovcineuts on tins
j.riationof 5,000 lor ilrc.lSinff Honolulu Harbor: Y,' . , 1
the Ministerial Keport is contesseaiv unnecessarv . h" rafed th::
in viou- of tlie'exi.PTHlitnro iv.
4 .-....-.. V'l
in win kjx mi. v. rv luuiuit.' iiiiiiii ills v 1:1 rvoii .li - - - . i t - . ucectii -
dire ntt.-i of revenue fur war
tin? American r?"l le to eu V-url"
si June 1..-.J
tax, riv w i;o linger iruro.-i
of fiiitj licitj" Ix'trflve'!
1 hero is sijtuvwh.it
l the rite an j f vir
tou made. ,jVcr v-.ur
in the c.-.se o" ' ' A l'oent queitiuo, truly,
the queens en i,iCorn ki being in f,jrce :
tax-payers last'" t!,c Pn'cted blanks left with
they were not ':-vcar were JUEt 13 icniccnt, but
answered. If t!,WiTS Corrcct'j or eve:a civilly
assessor must tae 'ncom is adopted, the
books of merchant' authJ to call - for the
the verification of re1n1 hers, and to require
it i evident that inany nnder cath- Azin,
the designation of ricehine6e wil1 come under
as-or thail not be sairlantcr?- li the
of the returns of one of thcd of t,ie correctness
bo enlightened by lookin' te would scarcely
Chinese characters ; and if it w'F a fj&oJt full of
j the celestial on oath, it might bec?eciJeJ t0 Pt
j to provide red and white paper, jo? nectoeary
j even a chanticleer or two, in order t'ck and '
the tax-payer with the solemnity of tlie oai'"!'1'1 !
are advised that foreigners from Chrietian " c !
tries sometimes evade, or endeavor to eyn
making the required returns ; and it will
essential to the success of any system of ast-esi-iucnt
that the returns should bo verified. In
stances have been known in this city where the
tax-payer contemptuously refused to subscribe to
the required oath.
The Gazette's correspondent makes some
suggestions in relation to the evasion of taxes,
under our present system, that ought to be
valuable to the government, and may lead to
important amendments in our taxation laws.
The government aud the community generally
are benefitted by the publication of articles so
intelligently and fairly written as the one to
which wc have referred ; and it is to be hoped
that merchants and others who may have
thoughts applicable to the subject under dis
cussion will in like manner make them public.
It is singular that with the spirit of enterprise
evinced in many other directions there should
have been so little notice taken of one of the
most impiortant subjects that could possibly
engage the attention of those eager not only for
their own advancement but for the development
of the resources of the country, whereby
national as well as individual benefit, would be !
enhanced. We refer to the subject of irrigation,
which, in the hands of an intelligent and active
administration, might be made to shower
blessings upon the country and its inhabitants
before unknown ; and in places which are now
only noted for their waste and barren conditioiv
fertility of production in many branches Xd
agricultural industry might be created instead.
But in this matter we seem satisfied to plod
along a beaten track without the spirit or
energy to roll ourselves out of the existing
groove, content perhaps with the thought thati
" all things continue as they were from the
beginning.'' Many times have we thought of the
idle and wasteful policy of tho government in
this matter, which at this time in particular, is
especially reprehensible. Knowing as they do
that to the culture of sugar, we look as our'
mainstay, we should think that all the channels
through which tho desired end is to be reached
the conversion of all arable land to the growth
of cane would long ago have been ransacked,
and where possible, made available.
Between the beaches of Kahului, and those of
Maalaea and Kalepolepo lies a vast expanse of
level land, forming an isthmus connecting cast,
and west Maui, which as It exists, is fit for
nothing except the pasturage of animals and in
some places not even fit for that, owing to an
entire destitution of water supply. The area of
this land is perhaps not less than fifty thousand
acres, and capable, if irrigated, of producing
many thousand tons of sugar. Most of this land
belongs to government, and if the spirit of
enterprise were rife among those in authority,
this whole plain could be turned into a garden,
for there is abundance of water running to waste
upon the highlands of Ilalcakala amply sufficient
if utilized for this purpose to Eupply the entire
tract. Tho subject of irrigating this plain has
been more than once brought forward for
consideration, but no thorough investigations
have been divulged, if they have ever been made,
as to the best means of bringing down this
waste water on to it, or the probable expense
that would accrue, although the feasibility of
the project is not to be doubted. During the
reign of Kamehameha V., somo investigations
were said to have been made, but as to their
nature or comprehensiveness the public were
allowed to remain in the dark, or be satisfied
with the dicta of his imperious ministry, that
the engineering would be too costly and the
whole affair too ponderous to be handled by the
government. The Minister of Interior, we
understand, made the assertion that the cost
would not fall short of 200,000 ; but upon
what basis his calculations were made, we arc at
a loss to know. We are informed by others,
whom we think equally competent to judge,
that tbe cost would fall far short of this figure ;
but allowing that it would not, even then it
would most surely prove a paying investment, as
who in search of sugar land would not be willing
to pay $25 or 30 an acre for well watered
laud? Such a price would be no price at all,
but still at these figures placed purposely low,
there would be an abundant profit, leaving aside
altogether the consideration of the benefit to be
derived tq the country froni the increase of
industry that would be attendant upon tho
cultivation of so large an area now unremun
crative. This is certainly one of our first and greatest
needs, and with reciprocity to back us there
would be no fear of the result. But what should
be done at once is, to pas3 laws allowing the
government to appropriate 6o much of lands
intervening, as would be necessary to carry out
tho project without regard to ownership, or
otherwise demands so exorbitant as to frustrate
the scheme, might be made by those, owning
these lands should the experiment be seriously
thought of. Such legislation could be very
justly excused upon the plea of benefits that
would be common to all.
We have heard of a suggestion to irrigate this
plain, or a part of it, by water derived from the
streams of Waiehu and Waihee, much of whose
water now runs to waste, but whether such a
scheme would be more feasible, or less expensive,
than that before Mentioned, it would b3 difficult
I "I 'I'ol 'I'illt i n.-..!i i L'.,n : ; or,
versed in the culture oigar. f
aPPrtm,l,r rnltlvntinn nf sunriTtiD? -?
imiklin nor lor
Wl.., i!m oi mis piain. tuos one
A AAA V. If 1UIL . t ill.
hut there i rHKo why a t
wujie ratr n nccearv, couiJ
be I ,r-juht .1 jW,i on t: this
tract. It has
fj-ninaici, tiv t
oe who are otntctcnt v ,"wm
an cnterrri.-c w. uld t;ot
exctv 1 J'),(H.() ,,r .-ji!x0 at the
m.jft, and t! c
whele plain, ijaturaMv
1 . . .
Jetlile, ttiitiM then !; V
ma-je to teem with a busy and rcu.uncr.itive
industry. TLe Und; we believe, bebng. entirely
to government; and what is to prevent it from
assuming so small a responsibility with such
brilliant prospects of remuneration, to leave
a?ide altogether the consideration of the general
and lasting benefits Bucb a scheme would be
productive of as regards tte country at large.
But singular parsimony in some of the most
necessary objects, and extreme fcmshnoss in
others entirely unnecessary, seems to characterize !
i-ie; aeuon oi it.e present administration, and j
p-erhaj in this as in other matters, nature must !
take its course, until posihly new adminis- j
t rat ion may take the neee.-miry steps toward the'
augmenting 0f our industries" and the creation
of other .-chemes of general improvement. But
if it will, the Legislature may exercise its voice
n this matter, and we should certainly urge
upon it the neee-Mty of a full conoideration of
the subject of irrigation, as one second to no
other object in importance, sstve that of increas
! t-r the i-jpulatioii. Iu this connexion we would
j patest that an a propriation be made to be '
j hydto some comi-etent person acquainted with
and reportmiUeermg, for the purpose of survey
...v. "'uiciii as to water courses
streams now running to v,jjj , jn m.
We have again to report nothing of impor
tance accomplished by the Assembly, although
this is the forty-fifth day of the session. The
Finance Committee submitted their report on
Monday. It is an exhaustive and interesting
document, and will be found iu full on the sup
plement accompanying to-day '6 paper, together
with a bill for the construction of a new steamers
brought forward by the Committee. The pro
visions of the bill strike us favorably, though'
on close examination and consideration it, may
bear amendment. The same Committee on
Tuesday reported adversely on a bill to abolish
tho poll tax, but the House took up the bill and
it was passed to engrossment strange to say,
the Ministry, or a portion of them, being in
favor of it. This amounts to throwing away
soma .$30,000 per annum of revenue, for no
good reason adduced. Indeed, we doubt if the
people view ,tjie poll tax as in any way objec
tionable'. "The vexed question of the seat of the Hon.
Mr. Kamakau again came up on Wednesday,
the Committee to whom it was referred reporting
that Judge Harris of the Supreme Court bad
directed their attention to Section 798 of the
Civil Code. I iThe Committee were instriietpd in
li inauire npjain whether sickness of a member was
sufficient cause to declare his 6eat vacant, and
to request their Honors to submit an opinion in.
writing. The wisdom of our legislators
.(WttmcT tvi 1 in cAiiiotliim, rj,riil
On Thursday an iniquitous bill to abolish the
Kelormatory bchoul was indefinitely postponed
by a vote of 25 to 13. The bill to carry into
effect the Treaty of Reciprocity came up on its
third reading, and the Minister of Foreign Re
lations, who had tlie floor, attempted to choke
off debate by moving the previous question.
This he bad a perfect right to do, (although it
was exceedingly ill-advised) the motion being a
legitimate one, according to the rules and
usage of the -Assembly. But the President
oddly enough ruled it out of order, and so the
remainder of the day was speut in an unprofit
able and not very intelligible discussion on the
Yesterday, about the only business done was the
passage of the Treaty Act, which went through
its final reading by a vote of 24 to 16. The
yeas and noes were not called, but among those
who voted against the bill, as we are informed,
were Messrs. Waterhouse and Kalaukoa from
Honolulu, Cay from Koloa and Halstead from
17. A. GEJAPMAiTS
Will ('ouiniroce at be
Royal Hawaiian Theatre !
SATURDAY EVENING !
June 24, when he will introduce his speciality of
A Man Sealed up in a Sack Full of
ca a ill) Viriiif l v
g 7 Ik li 1'i I I .11 rl 11
A-i tomato n.
to the j hiiu
ur cTt-ts ti.e
Tea 2Panit;y !
Y Centennial Compliments
YE AMERICAN WOMEN
neoolsls, to liicad' of til XatlcB,
Goodliest Grcctyng :
'listiugaished guests of y Au' J Ling
Syne, wilie asseaib'e at
Ye HAWAIIAN HOTEL
3rd of Jnly,
la y" preer.te yeare, to celebrate in praiseworthie
mariner, y hunJredth year of y
v InJependencc of jc
AMERICAN COLONIES !
foreooJlie Suppe v U which wilie bee
te&er y' fanner of j fore-fathers anJ V
bye y jollie U
y" pig, rnae of y occasion vrille bee eulyvened
Wasbingtofiusick and y jovial gingerbreade, and
Ym boil-eJ f fron 7" toothsome pumpkin. Y Ladje
ing Apple-5?fW-hJ4nd y General in regimental.
Y."warnie Tea and y dttm&g Bean. Y aUmalat
whiche and y hasty PudJmgfei.?ome Doughnut,
cke and y happie Et Csetera. ,rdy Sand
J r R. All old time folks, "wille be eiiUinnie-
y'ild time garments,
MUSIC FOR THE MILLION.
a LARGE VA RIETV OF SHEET MUSIC
.29k. selected with special reference to the requirements of oar
Pianists ju;t received. Call early for the choice, as there are
but few of a kind, at (ju2i St) TU03. Q. THKl'Jt'i.
a I.I. PERSONS ARE HEREUV FOUE.
JtWl warned not to pasture hones or cattle, nor to cut or re
move any trees or timber, alive or dead, from tb school land
of Wahiawa, or to peel bark from the koa or other trees A ray
person or erons guilty of the same will be immediately
prosecuted for d images. W. C. JON ES,
Le.see of Wahiawa, and owner of a portion in fee simple.
I. O. G. T.
VOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TDK
ill Lodge Koora of ULTIMA TllL Lh No. 1. I. O. Q. T.
will, 011 and after June 29th, be located in tbe brick building
(up utairs) of C. . Williams, Fort Street.
It J.C. MAHCHAST. Sec'y.
fMI K I'N'DEKSIGXED HAVING THIS DAY
M been duly appointed administrator of the estate of Akl,
Chinese, deceased, late of North Kohala. Hawaii, hereby gives
notice to all parties haviDg claims against this estate to pre
sent the same within six months from the date of this notice,
or they will lis forever barred; and all persons owing the same
are requested to make immediate payment to
A lL'N, Administrator.
North Kohala, Hawaii, June 10th, 1870. JuiAJt
CONSULATE OF PORTUGAL.
HONOLULU, June 10th, 1876.
IX THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF
Antonio Margariila l.oex, deceased. All persons having
claims against the eatate of the abovs named deceased, are
requet-ted ti present them to W C larke, Ksq., rod all persons
indebted to the Mtid estate will please pay lmnietintely to W C
l'arke. J. PKKHlf,
jul" 4t Consul for the KiKtui of Portugal.
THE COMMODIOt'S DWELLING
llouHe nn Kukui Street, at present occup'.t-d by Mr. J.
C. Ulade. Pouesion given from the ist of August,
1876. For further particulars apply to
jul7 tf ' T. Le-Ntll AN A: CO., Queeu St.
Antiques and Horribles!
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE CHKAP,
A Large Assortment of
FALSE WHISKERS, M0USTACHI0S !
Natural and Artificial, just the thing for Masquerade.
MR3. C. J. MURPHY,
two doors below the Lyceum.
ICE - CREAM SALOON !
f. HORN. PRACTICAL COXFECTIOX-
a1 KR and Pastry Cook, having taken the Saloon No. 64
Fort Street, near the corner of Hotel, formerly known as the
Will Open as a First-Class Place of
On Saturday, J uly lfcit,
(in connection with the Caudy Factory on Hotel Street,)
where may be found, at all hour of the day and evening, tbe
best of Ire Cream. Iced Sarfa. Uisger Beer,
Lensesinsle. Cakes of all kinds, German Kusk Toscted,
Pastries, Pure Candies, ete., etc
N. B Private Rooms for Ladies and Parties. Fsmilles and
parties own made Custard froae in two hours notice, guaran
teed to keep so for six hoars. Parties, tie., supplied with first
class Creams in quantities ato suit, and at most reasonable
prices. , Ju2A 1m
Mrs. C. Ji
BEGS TO NOTIFY II ER CUSTOMERS
and the public generally, that she proposes tc leave Ho
nolulu by the July steamer, and therefose requests that those
who have left hair work in her han is will call for the same.
Ladies desiring to take lessons in the art of making
Wax Flowers, Hair Flowers and Fancy
will do well to make an early call, as the present is an oppor
tunity seldom offered In Honolulu. Ju2 3t
Estate of Wm. Hoapili Kaauwai, Deceased.
a LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST
stM. the above estate are hereby notified, that the Hon. C. C.
Harris, Justice of the Supreme Court, will sit for the purpose
or hearing said claims ON THURSDAY, the 22d day of June,
lost., at the Court House, Honolulu, at 10 o'clock. A. M.
JNO. K. BARNARD,
It Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
A SMALL SECOND-HAND REVOLVING
IKON WIND-MILL, without Pumps, by
jul7 2t r. A. SCHAEFER CO.
J. a. Bftry. CRCBE.
J. H. BRUNS & CO.,
BEG LEA VETO NOTIFY THE PUBLIC
that they have purchased the entire stock in trade ol
the Ute James L. Lewis, and that tbey will continue to carry
on the Business of
Coopering and Gauging,
At Na. 22 Fart Street.
Where thtj will he fuwl Preyi, ! to tUtcuie all
Orders in their atie. j
Casks, Kerosene Oil Containers j
rOR TALLOW, Etc., Etc., ALWAYS OX HAND. j
A DIVIDEND OF 60 PER CENT. VVILL ;
A " paid, on the Estate of the late K H Boyd at the ofhee J
oTThe undersigned on tr after TUBSDAV.t he Utn instant, j
It r toe Aaimniairaiuri.
ram iv i w to
1 and the "nubile eer.eraUv. that I have removed from the
I odice at Mr. htrehx's Irog fctre to the Office formerly occu
! pied by Dr. Dudlry, on Ut-rttania fct in the yard of Mrs.
Maria Beck ley. where I will be in regular stteodai.ee.
my88t U. T. SHIPLEY. M. P
WANTED, A FURNISHED C0TTAt,:TMfcl
j, OF FOfJH. OK. FIVE ROOMS,. ....
a rigs w- "-Ln.n.ti t JI.UILI ( IG.4KS
CHRIS. GERTZ.r-ightnd5lard Pissed
URAL LEAF TOBACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing: Tobacco.
ASST. OF CUT SMOKING
Aud a Large Aasortraent of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER
Tobacco Poaches, Pipe Stems,
Amber and Horn Mouth Pieces,
Pipe Button, Cigarette Paper,
n v, fTlT
PI rti.lC AUK I1EUEMV
1 tS iL.t JuLl-ll I LCilALsKV bas sa aatl.ucity te
s. U any LraUter or sustrrial srsle st tb KALAt AJ Is
Mkr, to Incur any eip l'tar ca awoot of the sb
tkcrt't thrwsf h tJUe aod-rwf nrd. .
IK-nulu. Vlirvh 1
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
rsiiii' i iiruvii:i'ii wil.l. tT
1 rr;-oc;ble I brvakar lv.ur e.iUiaiug ine
sar or n:s. ahij ped bv IA X K IT I si MkKKlLL.
si. D. CRANK.
Matter r-Lr. NrttK MsfTiJ.
Uitbwidlo, March 10, 1ST. ahl 5o
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBT FORBID
VtV U trvs sti tbe Uni relied W AIMANALO. ia
ih Ahapsua of tioasaUaU, Dtrkt of Oaha. by Wtting
cstttc rua oo the ease, rr by rs'.t.oc. or tsking vml, or kill
ins .ld cattW. cr to-tir.e oa said laad
The fc-.oodsrws of said land ar d.-ff ibl s r.ilrsr O na
Air.a Uaclimal .ma saaa la Jchn klk. O k Kala Lllil'R,
a roe te Kala HuNOl Llt'LI, ma ka anas aaauks. a sat oa
as maksi a N AN AbU LI, sua kahi a-aa a as Ko-xl.na. ess
Honolulu. March 11. UTS. (sabll tf) J. II. CON tT.
'PHCINDEKMCNEI) HAVE FORMED A
M. Co-partnership for ths parpos f carry tttg oo a lKrl
Mwebasxti ooe at Kavaiha. Hasrau.
Firm name, Alls Stack rot a
W. r. ALLKN.
CHAS. K. fTACKPOLK
Jun 1st, 1$:. jalOIsa
FOR SALE 1
ml) AtVOl'XT OF IMKX. 9
tiootolrar the kinrJosa, tbe ssdmrMS CT
offers tor sale Ms premier at HiU. tofrlhsr VI I
with a STOCK OF DKI'UV 4r, tsA
lerm reasonable. . A.S.N I C II OLA.
Ililo. Hawaii. March t?ta, ISTft.
Investment for a Small
THE ALF-WA V IIUl'sll, JtlTCATatD A
ff-sT In N valley, four miles frotsi tesia. srtih all thej.
infg-000 vnqn're of QulO) T. A. LLOYD, T9 loi
-i n -srsr-ni
JuMice of th Bupresn Cou uJ nAvmg-v--j
giving correct resolts.
Ilartolulu, March 81st. 18
OF THE CHINESE QUESTION,
KEPRKSKNT1NO HONOLULU IN 1:-
IN RESPONSE TO .M AM' REQl'ESTSIOH
Copies of the above rich Caricature that was red up ia
this city on Saturday, June lIKh.the andersigned has, by per
misaion, had the same Photographed, and can supply sit
order therefor, gise, e Incbrs. I'rk-e, $1 00 each.
Reader of lhi paper on the other islands, and abroad, raa
enjoy ths sketch fully as sooch as residents ot Ilooolula. II
has been pronounc i to be the richest taks off by our local
Ptatloner and News Dealer.
I?Iortfifs.;yce, Ssilc ol I
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On NuuanuVallej Road. ,
PURSUANT TO A POWER Or e t LK
Contained in a certain aiortae-leed snaue
William Berrill to Charles R. Bishop, dated tbe 2th dsy of
March, lb73, and recorded In tbe Registry of Deed at
Honolulu, In Liber 37 on pases 77. 78. and 70, and for a
breach of the Condition of said deed, will be sold by publio
auction, ou SATURDAY, the Fifteenth day of July. 1S7,
at 1 o'clock noon, at the Auction Room of C. 8). Bartow,
Queen (trevt, Honolulu. ...... ,
First All that piece of land, situated In the district of
Kona Island of Oahu, described ss follow i Commencing
at the Makai South corner of Jbn II. Wood's lot on the
Nuuanu Valley Road, the boundary run along said lot
N 41 10 W. 203 feet thence along Joanea' lot 0. bt 0'
W. 01 feet and 8. 35 0' W. 4 leet thence along lot
No. Sand Kemp' lot 8 Art 10' K. 240 feet thenee along
the side of the Nuuanu Valley Itoad N. SI 6 tV at. 126 feet
to the place of commencement, containing an area of -1,000
of an acre. ....
Second All that piece of land In said district and Island
described as follow Be. Inning at the Makai South corner on
tbe KamiM Kaa mm raaal.f X. SJ a SC. AA 3-12- fret aUMi
the Roail ; thence N. 44 W. 153 6-13 ft t thence H. 4J
W. 64 feet thence S. 31 K. 100 feet thence N. 61 E.
18 fet 6 inches; thence South 48 B. 4s feet to the place of
beginning, being a part of the land described and grsuted In
Land Commission Award, No. 1312.
Third All that piece of land In said district and Island
described as follows i Commencing at the South Essterly
corner of this lot on tbe Westerly side of Nuuanu Road, and
runnning from thence . 83 W. SO-100 chains along Nun
anu Road I thence N. 44 W. 3 39-100 chains bounded by
land of Kempt thence N. 47 30' K. 33-100 chains bounded
by land of Kemp ; thence N.4 W. 1 41-100 chain thence
N. 47 K. 67-100 chain along llaalelea' land thence f.
46 E. 3 62-100 chain along Burdick' land to the place of
commencement, containing 31-100 of an acre, And
Fourth All that piece of land In said district and Idand
described as follow i Commencing at the 8. W. corner of this
lot and at the N. W. corner of a certain lot belonging to
Vollom. running from theooe N. 47 30' K. 76 feet along ssld
land belonging to Vollum and a lot of Cutrell' thenra N.
46 W. 1 feet along land of Cutrell j thence 8. 47 80 W.
86 feet, 8. 40 K. 18 Inches. 8. 47 9 30' W. 2fiJ feet all along
land owned by llaalelea thence to point of commencement,
comprising an area of 148-1,000 of an acre.
Dated this 6th dsy of June, A. D. 1876.
CHAS. R- BISHOP, Mortgseee,
(by )tis Attnroey In tact,)
jinin li. rats.
E. T. O'HALLORAN, .
Solicitor for the Mortgagee. 4t 2IJulO , I, 16.
BEST DUTCH CLUE,
In Boxes of Fifty Pounds Net.
W rapping: P n p e r !
Twenty by Thirty Inches.
HESSIANS & HESSIAN BAGS
Heavy Bagging !
FOR BALE AT F. A, SCIIAEFER li Cm.'H
That Are Scrap Pictures !
AT TIIOM.O. THRUM'S.
STEINWAY FIaN0 FORTE FOR SALE
t ,n t . ONE OF THE BEST INSTRUMENT
f-tiTtV ever brought to these I.lands.
Ja2 Enquire at tbe office of WjI, Q. IRWIS s CO.
DIAMONDS ! DIAMONDS ! !
ALL AT 8. K, RAWSON'S, Na. It Mer-
J chant Street, anj look at ths
LARGEST AND FINEST ASSORTMENT
OF DIAMOND JEWELRV
ever exhibited in Honolulu. Iel9 tf
JUST RECEIVED PER KA MOI, AN
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IS QUART a AND PISTe.
Fcr saie st Agents' rales, by
11. IIACKf H.D A Co ,
. Sole Agent for Mcsrrs. huiiiart frre 4 Fils,
13 UNIVKRiALLT U8ED, O tT IT AT
U e Hflloiuj 19 xaUu,ttioi to
A UA LIT V F WORK.
RAPIDITV OF EXECUTION,
CHEAPNESS OF PRICK;
T r . n .
nv. lb UAXT S T
he IOlE I'iTKLY ot i , u .4 i
To Rent or Lease, for a terra of ior 2 y.ra in ui to waia.
xa THE REMIE T LT i,i , . h Iudun MUslc
mtt su.lrd f a Unify
1 Herri -. ' .T"
ft wis C l brrs.
yoc tncu!ai, s'"y "
sal JO lis
K 1 ifctrt oamoa utKUUiure .
ats-J Ht laUnifnl ni
" Uv. gUors) uVr.rndst.ta
NOTICE. -iuciory rrporu .u
..... . - Its) neiar,r. 1 1
tiis ess WsV1 tt""" -f;
,Unatyf O. W.lder.BDdef the flrm aaZTit 'U """
Co.. ah mid rettle all the lusluess of IU
au luu-utir f ttt caica t &m
Tloaoiula. M.rch SUt. 1 .j , svall r"Ci
to let. itmjt w
flMUT VERI OFMRAIII E Ht,.tI J Vttld JLlTJ
1 a.-J rreenlsrs. No 1WW..N Aveaae, st,L' ?J Id. UuTUl4,
fcs, diuinf rt. bed -oca, drsirg rwnm.i. a.M kJ4 prot1 ,a"
closrts chi 6rl for, tavBnt aXt all t m t"" nfti-r mAJ'i '1
sa4 r. klV kea s4 iairyss.nsMis4. !! iJ W"'7L U,
beath. tlhin a4 astirtMn, rarrUg V",.
huu lr 1- ur.trr Ari.lr to J tl .. ifi-rrtlCa for the 'A
il ui-Tk rwux auJ Prssatses adloiai v .l ' . l ilala. faf WS) tbv
rwm klichn. batbruuca, vaai rsosa. st.e t e sUUi ptolfCl'
ai4 rarriag house. k. k . ur,il fo tfcs) welfs
vnTrrr 1 leu msrlclon ct ptrUMi
If KM. W A LL4CK II E R Ell V I I,,., 4 0( jtf. btettiberf s-r '
sir. tivwri oLVa:h;: !;,. v
fcer servicr. caa Sua brv at the Cb.Ues Laaadry. .It SCbems) tt .rtl
hin4 ) Ml V". c"
.-laA-exT1 la wba. 4
i;iikkkiu.m:i), HAVE Alfsl stejl l iubi ar
IlkliBkKT to collect all noDrystt) tbv V tilled Males 1
s rece(t will be h'ld as e lr prutrClorsta was Of
eh i, 117
11 I ICloUS. W lUUtlg
It. ibet f CsJtlu
il udr Ibtif pwv
SL , (A.
t .asaailerfvr at lived In
I A I
. p ta riUbllsB lb p'
" , Ui u a maofwar
;V.V'l.l.lMl Uo brought ft
, .'- notsi lb) t'niia
Si4oal ariCi oWDDJi-uL (c)
. ... -ft .na a
" And ITT UV.S b 11 liir ra n k
rv. 6ii4' I litri) Ciitiirnanler J
Ik ots use
Ths Itsseswlll rua fw the aeonumodalUMi of paaikv
ronsns of Boarder ars U b famished by Oi orcupatils.
tees of Inquiry saay b addressed to A U A A III A Tf.
Jul At President
A NEW & OEIOINA- COMBINATION
Self nistructwn in Penmanship I
IN Fttl'll PART.. VIII 1. OPV sjlipm, isUlullon ' wJ
11. Ufiaie,,.l hret 111. Hook f I i.str aat luaa, ILeCattl "Pill
This aork I Mw Host prrfit't self lustrum ia fman.
shin published. vuUm s full printed Inalrsetlons i,,.
moit approved st . jj' It 1 1 E. I .t .
14 A f... at I - . i . a
A N0VEL M HAIR OIL 1 ."t
AT THE NIT A JVIIKKT
J A. . u - VAvr CO.,
NT OKE OF
- . . . s v
ai. l.a SiiHb.l a aunarlnrt. SmV
- iiair. niaouiaoiurea
from Cocoanut only, ll VVO . .nl a sura rare fur Ilan.
druff, and Msrases of the ti -JondurlT to a beailby
growth of tb hair, alien. tj four lime a vsek.
First, wash the Lead well VVNAter, then apply the
VjeJjf snyW tf
per KKihbi C ' '
WHITE ENAMEL PAINT
M AUK ll Y TI1K
Liverpool Slllcato Pnlnt Comp'y
a KUPERIOR ARTICLE. READ Y FOR
4. ne,adspttd for
External or Internal Fainting
of HOUpEH or Pill lit, a prsventivs f tl.s ravages cs? the
White Abl, and ean be asd equally well oa Cement, Iron or
C A 11' LK 4 COUKK.
CONSTANTliV ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASS0RTM T OF
SHIP CIIA5D1ER1' SHIP STOKES.
Far tale tr
EXTRA FAMILV AND I1AKKHW EXTRA
Flour, nciie. r Murrsy, this dsy. I'or 8als by
J"2 noi.Li;i k CO.
I1KR D.C.MUltlt A Y.THI DAV.
Ju4 I or t-als by Ho L LEI k (
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY.
ifATEW CROP. AND MS FINE OHDEItl fit
1 eeived this day per 1 C Murray. For fmtm hr
JiOLLfca a CO.
Blocks and Oars!
a FULL AHSOttTMENT.
For Mais by
BULLKM a Cl
PER R. C. WYLIE, Direct from Europe.
fa Of I .'' BEST R(;i.Sf I'ORT-
iM9J land cf.mknt,
100 Coil best Kustia Hemp Rigging
Cod Russia Bolt Hope,
Cases F.nglish Pis frith.
Cases do I'lrkle,
Cam de. Hroand TepiM-r,
Cases do. Meslsrd,
Cases do. French Peas,
. . , . Csk Tsble Bait, laUuU
For m.I at Iks Twst Price by
BOLLKM a CO.
OREGON FAMILY MESS BEEF I
a FEW HALF BARRELS OF VERV Nt
perlor quality, reeejvrd per Fslkiubarg.
f'f Hale by (jmh) BOLLEI CO.
A NEW LOT OF THE LA W HENCE FAC
m Vitj an assortineiit of it ambers receive! ner Oevloa
snd f sale low by (suit) HOLLr.H k CO.
A FEW TIIOLMAND OF OOOII OUAI
A 1TV, Ida I tf, will be sold cbran. by US
U0LLK8 tr CO.
California Lime and " White Brother ! "
ENGLISH PORTLAND CEME1T. BEST
tiuahty. For Sale by (eil.ll) IICilT.I.b k 10.
California Reef in Bond !
RECEIVED PER M. IIELLE ROMERT.
For Hale by
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California Red Brickf!
A FEW THOUSAND OF KOOt) QUA LIT V
mccived Ibis day per Mary lit lis Roberts. ad for sale by
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1.1 R EH II FROM THE rAVfORV OF LOUI
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d'ixen each UOU Daren In o"'y,'ni . P"muA Can.
For sale low y. (aulti
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