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miOAY, OCTOBER -7. !;;. !
'"flt ,a,, r'I'er " he Ud bn two arrivals from abroad
-the Amnion barLs Sonoma ami American M,,, both
fim san Frat.risco, the form, r en route fur ihe Su.ino island. '
and ttic !atl,-r with CiT.C-W its sugar and 2u,oo0 lb. ,k.e Ha-
wa..;inpr-iucc which bad been bond xl 10.J i, m lei'imM j
r re-exportation, the whole hir. ....i .
The departures Lave been "l.t w m. r-.7- . ,
iulii WI,CSHfif, t,r (lie guano islands and Pomare f r
lai.nij and .ntb, ct(U Jtar, f.,r San rrar.ci-cx with
rar.cic-. with :itf"-
c ruiuce Tu.uru a( $5170 CJ.
The bark U C Murray hi a ru;t oa, of jo,,,, 1rj'ucrf
ami a number f passengers fcr Ban Francisco, and sai'.s
promptly al 10 o'clock to-morrow (8atunla ) morning.
The larka I B Roberts and American l.losd. will be loaded
f -r Ban Frnc.co by II IIsrU-ld ft Co. the latter sinin; thrmt
PORT Or HONOLULU, H. I.
1 Am bk Forma a. bnry, 22 day Irom San Tran.
SI Am bk American Lloyd. Park, 21 day from Pan
22 Schr Nellie alerrul. Crane, from LaUaina, Maui.
2i cttr Ka Moi. Reynold, from Kahului, Mani.
2TI grhr Fairy Queen, Kaaina. from Hanalci, Kauai.
01 frvhr Marion. Lambert, from Koloa and Waimea.
C I ?chr Manuokawai, Kimo, frrm Nawiliwili, Kauai.
2-V rhr I'ilania. Man,, from Kohala.. Hawaii.
23 Pchr Mile Morris. Kalasraia, from Kaunakakai.
M fchr Kamsde, Killing, from Waimea ft Koioi.
ti Srl.r Mary .L'llen, Pent, from Kohala, Hawaii.
1 Schr l.uka, Kaai, from Maliko, Maui.
2.' ?tmr Kilapea, Marchant, from Hawaii an! Maui.
SI r:Jir I'an-.hi. Ilnnn, fnr Ililo, Hawaii.
21 Am bk itmm, Nowbary, (nrfuano UUikU.
23 A rn rnr C M Ward, Rona, for r uano blaml.
21 I law bri? Pomar. Chare, for Tahiti.
2a Simr Kilanen. Marchant, for Maul and Hawaii.
24 Schr K Moi, Reynol.M, for Kahului, Maul.
24 rhr Sttie Mrrill. Crapp, for Lahaina, Maui -
24 9chr Marion, I junbert, for KolonA- Waim'tt. Kauai
25 fehr M.innokawal, Kimo, for Nawiliwili. Kauai.
25 8chr Fairy Queen, Kaoina, for Ilaoalri, Kanai.
S--Aa brig .North rttsr, Davia, for Han Francisco.
91 Pchr Mile Morris, KaUwaia. for Kaunakakai.
27 Srhr I. ilama. Mana, for Koliala, Hawaii. -
VK!iSKI,N IX HOIIT,
Haw brie V II Allen.
Am bk fcyrrn, Nwrl.
Am achr Bonanza. loading.
Am bk DC Murray. Fuller, loading.
Am bk Mary Brlie- liohrrtv. Grey.
Am bk Amfican I.loyd, park, discharging
Ani h bk Three P.roihrr, Otren, dUcharjin.
Dark Victor, from Pojet Sound, to II llackfehl dc Co, is due
Hark Camden, from l'u;et Sound, to II Ilarkf' Kl A; Co, due
about -o 1.
ft M as Australia, fioru the CU-.iuVs, (o II Ilackfcld, U due
i ot Tin.
P M ss City rf Sydney, from San Francisco, to II Ilarkfeld
A- l o, ilue ikov nib.
fiark Ceylon, from Boston, to C Brewer A; Cn, it now due.
Brit bk Horenby, from Liverpool, to Mr T II Uavics, will le
tue in iecemier.
Bark W II Aim?, from San Trucisco, to Castle 6c Cooke, is
liarkenline Jane A Falkinburc, from Portland, to Caaile A
Cooke, is due
- Repobt op Haw Bk Desmond. Left Honolulu Feb 26lli;
sailed to westward as fur as Morell Islands in search of sperm
whales; remained there 10 daya with a heavy gale; left there
on the 20th of March, bound for (be Arctic Ocean; made Cow
per Island rm the 20ih. Cape ftavarenc April 7th; saw no ice;
uteering north to lat 64 10, where we saw the first ice. On
the litis of Airil had a heavy f ale of wind from H W; saw no
whales. On the 15th saw the Marengo and Cornelius How.
land; went cn board Maretifo and heard ol the loss of bark
Illinois, Capt Fraaer; look soma of the Illinois nen on board
and stood north in company with above ships. Took first
whale on the lat ol May; went through Behring Straits ou the
2ath; 26th took first walrus. On the 2Cih June htd 800 wal
rus on board, makin S00 bbla oil; run dou n in St Lawrence
Bay to try out, In company with Three Brothers; got under
way from St Lawrence Bay to go north ou the 20th of July, In
a heavy SW gale; made Cape Lisbon on the 23th, heavy gaJeJ
trim B. Capt Owen came along in the t nree lirotners, and
w la company steered north for Point Barrow; on July 10th
Migbted the bark Onward, Capt Lapham, lying at Point Bcl
Vuer; got report of bark Arctic, Capt Whituey, being closed
in in the toe J rifting north; a few days after received a part of
the Arctic's crew on board, Uie remainder going on board of
Three Brothers and Onward; we kept them ou board until we
f-Il in with the ship Cornelius How laud and bark Rainbow,
when we distributed a portion of the men between them; we
then steered north for Point Barrow; latter part of July was
orT Point Barrow; commenced whaling early in August; ships
all doing well; tooli our last whale on 24th August, making us
830 bbla oil. 9,000 lbs bone, 3,000 do ivory all told; wind came
out from rtV, ice closing around; ships commenced to work S,
to clear it; reached as Ursa Wood Inlet and the ice closed in
on land; on the 2tik the ship froze solid in the ice, S miles oil'
land; found ourselrer drifting N, about li or 20 miles per day.
On the 28th went by Point Barrow, 8 miles from the land; 211th,
kind out of sight; sounded and found 75 fathoms water, drift
ing ESE; on the 5lh geptember abandonei the ship; 3 days
and 2 nights on th ice before we reached the shore; on the Hth
reachd Point Barrow and went on board barks Rainbow and
Three Brothers; found them enclosed in the ice stilt; stopped
there one night and started south on the 10th, as far as Cape
Smith; went oo board the bk Florence, Capt Williams; found
that we could not go any farther; ice clcscd in on land hard;
on the 11th went back to Puiot Barrow and commenced build
ing winteaiquarters; wind out from the ,NE. On the 12th the
Florence set her colors as a signal that we ceuld ee out;
knocked oil work, all went on board bk Florence; found when
getting on board that there was a passage out through the
ground ice; after gelling out steered south to the bk Clara
Bell; mate jf her came on board and told us that they
would abandon their thip on the 17th Sept, ir they did not get
ctear of the ice; wanted ufto go south ot the ice and wait till we
heard of th-tn; on the 20th Tnree Brothers made her appear
ance, Willi Capt Williams and his crew on board, Capt Owen
taking half ot the men from the Florence ami stood oft to St
Lawreuce Bay, where we arrived on the 23d, and the Three
Brother and Florence divided up their provisions; after lay
ing there f:r2dnys got underway and started for Honolulu,
where we arrived Oct 201 h, all well. F M CacEtf,
Ij'te Mauler Haw bk Desmond.
floNon tc.Oct 21. lSTd. In my report f the 21st lust 1
omitted to menrion the death cf an officer on board of my ship,
belonging to the bark Deimond, who was brought across the
ice hy Capt Jreen, and being too low to go farther remained
en ar' the Three Brothers. Ho died Sopt 17th of coowimp-
lion: l.eo Knlnr was bis name. lie was nurieu
L C Owes.
Faou Salt Fetsnsco Per American I.loyds, Oct 21 10
cs ammunition. S bbls aspha!tum, B dot broonn, 335 tki bran,
3 cm books, 1 4 d boots and shoes, 23 balos bags, 62 pkgs bread,
2 cs brunbrs. 1 7 pkgs building materials, 20 bdls sash, 2 do
blinds, 100,000 shingles, 1 carriage, 20 pkgs castings, 43 do
Chinese mdc, 2 c chocolate, 1 do clothing, 20 bxs cndles, 20
rets corn, 4 1 pkgs crockery. S3 do drugs, 2 do dry goods, 1 cse
cod fish, ZM2 bg flour, 42 pkgs dried apples, 1 do lurnilure, 7
do groceries. 3 cs glue. 27 pkgs hardware, 8 tons hay, 2 pkgo
burner, 300 bbla lime, 1 cae moulding. 12 do malt liquors. 227
pkgs pipes, 69 do iron plates, 47 bdls bar iron, 35 do sheet iron,
7 pes copper pin.es. 9 reels lead. 7 pkgs meal, 2 do machinery,
l' kegs nail, 2 cs olive oil. 50 do coal oil, 120 sks potatoes, 10
sdia paper. 11 pkgs pjlnt. 15 cs powder, 6 do paper hangings,
8 cs peas. 3 do beans, 1 do Urd, 4 do bacon, 4 do beef, 4 pks
cheese, 20 cs spirits turpentine, 82 stoves, 21 pkgs aodJlcry, 1
bbl syru, 10 bxs starch, C57.635 lbs sugar, 6 cs stationery, S
hales satt', 77 pkgs liquors. 2S4 lbs tea, 19 pkgs vegetables, 1
bM vinegar, 1 wooilenware, 80 galls wine.
FoaSvr.se Per Zealandia, Oct 20:
Coff'-e, lbs 1,800 rulu, lbs Tj,4VJ
Value Domestic $1229.3 1
roa Gi-ano I-r..xr Per Sonoma, Ot-t 21: ,
Molao, 61! "0 Pot.nt-H-s, bag 5;
Value DomeMir... fls- f
Fob Tiiiiti Per Pom.lre, Oct 25:
Arwhix 1 Rope, cod
Chain cable 1 Sheep, head...
Cattle, head 107 Salt, tons
Cin,basketa 2 Specie, bag
Hay. tons............. , T3
Value Domestic .$!:7S.50; Foreign $22 0
Fob Ist.rs Per C M Ward, Oc t 23:
IK bbls 14 Rope, coils
Molasses, gall 0 Rice, lbs....
Poet, bbls 3 Sugar, lb
Value Domestic... 639.10; Foreign $-95 21
Fob Sax Faaat tc Per North Pur, Oct 2tl:
Coffee, lbs 151 Sugar, lbs 69.113
Mnlai!- '.gall b'XHJ.Wool.lbs Ai.t
jae Domestic fjliOb.
Foa Svdset Per Zealandia, Oct 20 Chas Centne.
Fob Tahiti Per Pomare, Oct 23 G O Laus, F Mossman,
and 3 others.
Fob Cvaso IstANPs-iVr CM Ward, Oct 2Z Mrs Kin
ney, an.1 8 laborers.
Fob Wubwaw Pots Per KiLutea, Oct 2'J C J Lyons,
wile and child, J D Mill, C L Condre, II Deveriil, J T Cari-
ger. F P Union. J Whitford, R Mitchell, J Ilinrt, Mrs S E
1 Bishop, Mill Delia Bishop, L P Fisher, J Crosbie, W II Becd,
Mrs ill s-nmuers. Rev J M Alexander, J D Brewer, wife,
lialant and nnr, Mr Afonjr, Mist E Along, R A I rpaq J"
TWoo-Is. Y Spencer, D W Turtle, V R ,-.. W ."Ticfar-
Hoe, Mrs K.pi. C Armstrong. C Brown, C R Williams, Dr. R
: OUve?, C W Crey, 8 Staines, J Bacon, Capt A N Tripp, F
i Dunn, and about 45deck.
Foa Sa Fbacisco Fcr North Star, Oct 20 Mr Hahn.
Oest-x Tost. la this city Oct 21st, by tbe Rer Mf V
Frear, Mr Cbbisti ax C'Eitrz to Miss Maav Tom of San Fran
cisco. Whebe abe the Fibe Waedexs. Our attention
has been caUed to the unlawful practice," vbicb
latterly Lxm become riaite common, of burning pilc3
of rubbish in the streets, instead of carting it off to
the esplanade. Aside from the danger to the city of
fire, we have heard of at least one accident resulting
from the practice a person having been thrown
from fail horee and said to have broken an arm
through the animal becoming frightened at a pile
of borninz rubbish. The kindling of a fire in the
streets subjects' the offender to a fine of five sjollars
(Sec. S47, Civil Code.) It is suggested by the same
writer who complains as above, lhat it will e veil if
the fire wardens are more zealous in attention to
their duties than appears to have been the case in
SAT! U) AY. OCTOliHn-H.
AnoTiiku ivrcTi - is almoin t he ivcn t:,
A llotBC llblustry, ill t!ie (TCfti l
hv Mr. .). A.
j ,IlTT'cr a r,cc tu'1 f liirge capacity ai d
euj.-enor lnaiiufnctttre, to far a we can judge,
lui!t on quite a t.cw luoJcl. The inachir.'crj
has lxf.ri imfrtc.l from New Y rk orcrland,
aii'l is in cjutr of erection near Robinson's
wliarf in tli rear of Mr. Hjrrr8 exten-ivc
brass foundry and barrel factory. Tho mrtiv
fower of tli mill will be the Ftcaru ngine whirh
run"? the factory. The Htuntion i a very
suitable one f'.r a rice mill, n the j roxiniity to
tlie wharves jives every facility for receiving the
--a 1 t 1. . 1 -.1. r , . .
raauv that i- brought liither from a distance. n.
m a 1 - u 1 1 1 .
well as re-chipping the cleaned rce to market,
it id fxrrfTieti innt ii.e new mill w-ii t. m
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orcration ditririo- ti e nert r ihf r.r frn iI.its
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fhnr ifa ilnr 11 n-Arl- Mill musdi !.of ni
...... .... -.m9j . ..V. V A V. V V. lit. lb lJ .
other heretofore eeen here, and that it will turn
out a superior article of rice.
We arc pleaded to note the importation ol tliis
cxtenfivc rice cleaning machinery, for the panic j
reasons that we la?t week advocatdl the erection
of a. woolon mill licrc. It mu?t be obvion- that
ni email amount of benefit will result to the
country from cleaning at home our entire rice i
I crop instead of sending the paddy abroad, e?pe
ciaily when we remember that the operation of
.1 r i i 1.
i the treaty of reciprocity is already beginning to
j give a great impetus to rice culture.
J In l37o, the exports of paddy amounted to
j 5-jG,495 pounds, and of :ce 1,573.739 pounds;
j an increase over 1874 of 117,333 pounds of
I paddy and 3S5,753 pounds of rice. Under the
j stimulus ol better prices through the operation
of the treaty, it will not be an over estimate to
! expect an increase during the coming year of say
a million ponndrf. The energy and enterprise of
our people and the capacity of the large extent
of kalo lands lying wat-tc and uncultivated,
should soon more than treble our present product
of rice. We predict, as wc certainly hope, a
brilliant succcfs for Mr. Hopper's new enter
prise, aa another step towards developing the
resources of the country
One of the most marked as well aa hopeful
features of the present ago is the growing
tendency in all Christian nations to honor and
properly appreciate woman. ( A thoughtful and
interesting discourse was preached at the IJethel
church on Sunday morning last, by the pastor,
the ilcv. Dr. Damon, from Cor. xi:7 "The
woman is the glory of the man;" and meeting
a day or two thereafter a bevy of girls returning
from school, whites, half-castes and native chil
drcn, cleanly attired, bright, happy and well-
behaved, we were forcibly reminded of the
pleasing reality that during the la6t few years in
the history of Honolulu as well as of other
parts of the islands great advances have been
made in tho means provided for tho education
pfQur female . children Every one who feels an
interest in the welfare ol the country mus
rejoice at thin movement in the right direction
tho best, and wc may truly say the only way to
elevate a people, and to advance a nation. Ihe
home presided over by a virtuous woman is the
real school that moulds the future man; a
mother's care and kind teachings leave impres
sions upon the heart of the boy which neither
years, nor trials, nor wayward wanderings can
ever quite efface.
" The mother, in her oflicc, holds the key
Of the soul; and the it is who stamps the coin
Of character, and makes the being who would be a savage,
But for her gentle cares, a Christian man.
There crown her Queen o' the world !"
From the girls that arc growing up in our
midst, are to come Hawaii's future mothers ;
and upon these will depend the future destiny of
the country its progress, its advance as a nation
and its good or bad report among the other
nations of the earth. Vicious women are the
death, as virtuous women arc the life, of civili
zation and society. Apparently, woman's sphere
is limited, her field of action circumscribed, and
the realm over which the wields her sceptre
the homestead is- small; but in reality her
dominion is large, hor sceptre is potent, and her
sway is unbounded. Who shall undertake to
estimate how much Hawaii owes to woman's
influence for tho rapid advance of her people in
the path towards a civilization which, in the
course cf half a century, has changed a village of
eemi-savage barbarians into a city of culture and
refinement ! Commerce opened tho gates for the
first missionaries, and the spelling book and tho
Bible scattered tho seeds of religion and civili
zation ; but the gentle hands of the missionary
wives and mothers, their pure livep, their patient
toil, and kind guidance, brought tho life-giving
water to the seed thus sown, and it grew, bles
sing for evermore woman's work in tho redemp
tion of these isles of the sea from heathenism
and barbarism. Wherever and whensoever the
true history of Hawaii shall be read, woman's
work must be recognized as its crowning glory.
And since the day when the first missionary
woman placed her foot on the shore of Hawaii,
the good influences of her sex have continued
for. the advancement of the p-coplc in civilization.
Wc sco woman's influence in our quiet and
orderly streets; in our neat nnd cosy home
steads ; in our calm and peaceful Sundays ; in
our full churches; and last, but not. leasts Jn
the increase and progress of our female sehoolsT
If is to woman s lnilucnce solely that an tins is
due ; and we speak advisedly in saying so. Let
the doubter if there be such remember for a
moment San Francisco in 1849-50, when no lady
trod the streets of that city wherein only men
congregated ; was it not Pandemonium itself?
The days were spent in a constant rush for gain ;
the liner feelings once implanted by a mother's
entle hand, were blunted; honor, rectitude and
religion were but too often forgotten in the
whirl ol a daily toil and scramble for gold;
and tie nights were squandered in the saloons
and gambling hells. At last a kind Trovidonee
vouchsafed woman's purity, woman's faith,
and peace and gentle sway to quell and calm the
raging whirlpool of man's assious. If ever
there was an instance in the world's history that
forcibly and undeniably demonstrated woman's
mission, woman's necessity to civilization and
her power, it is to be found in the experience of
Withdraw woman's iufluence from the world,
and civilization, culture, refinement, and Chris
tianity itself must collapse. There is a mysterious
and subtle power for good in her that only the
infinite wisdom and almighty hand of tho Creator
could implant in such" a feeble form.
I.v recretfilly contemplating the continued
decrease of the native race of these islands, we
arc quite ready to adduce reasons that are con
clusive to our own mlrjcjs whereby to account
for that decrease ; and many of us are equally
ready with suppesel remedies, and specifics for
the increment of the race some that arc perhaps
as chimerical and impracticable cs the bills for
that purpose introduced during the recent session
of the Legislature. And in this connection the
following remarks froai the London Spectator
will strike our readers as containing not a few
startling ideas and statements. .
' If tliPre i nnv Iii?fnTie subject upon which
I hi!ooi hersi. historian., or navm are e t i I jtj
f'undly ignorant, i: in law under which
racc increase, becouic etationary, or tlecrca-K: in
nunibci'B. me economics used to believe that
they had di-covcred'a Iiw namely, lhat race
incre;u-5cd under fro.aferity, tliat f Icnty of food
'. meant plenty of population, that witii manufac
tures states obtairjed more hands tj work them ;
but it wan entirely opposed to the facts of Lis-
tory, which thow that one of the ruost taiierabk
! of eaithly race- the Irish under the pnal law3
multiplied like flies : while another race of the
I pamc blood and und.-r nearly the eame conditions
S the French peasantry under Louis XY were
slowly perilling away. The Nero fLitcs cf the
Siith, amid nil their ioil and with all their poor
: fo"d, inrrei-cl faster than their master?. Stn-
tistic show tint the I'ngliah people in the Wca
.Mines tliC . IllOil II'IHI y MHTCnM. 1
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1 though the Mine people in the Eastern .State? are i
i . . u-i ''
strong, and ci.ee as prosperous as tliev are
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I lands a? xU'x and far more Icrtile, with a
or con.jue.t behind them, ai.d everything t gain
from the increase ol their uumbcrs, i. stationaiy
everywhere and in somepjaces slowly receding,
If there i-? a law projrtioning ipnlation to
m?an- 01 suisi-t;ncc, xviiy U n-.t the paniards
and Portuguese, who still own wider and fair- r ;
territories than we KnglH,, fill them up with
p.ipularion, while Mongolians increase till China
cannot contain them and IScngalecH multij-ly
. , .o.. ......t tc l'roiem
i feeding them i studied as one of the rrravest dr'i
1 nl-kt I .f.llTIt ilnln .nnr.M . it. tl -tft aW
the future? The fierce herf-fed i!ander of
whom 1-ioi?art wrote were as well off as ever
Englishmen have hcen, as well off as Ohio c!t:-z-ns
are now : yet the population of Britain in
creased almost impreeoptibly, while in Ohio the
same race advance now by leaps and hnunds
! To ,nlk of r'''" osolw, for it only pushes
back the question ono tcp, the secret of liability
to epidemics lacing but one of the secrets of in
crease or decrease of population.
;i Indeed it is very donbtfhl if prosperity or
the provisions of means of subsistence is the
ultimate cause of increase of population, for the
upper classes die out sooner than tho lower and
one main difficulty of civilization is to keep cul
ture sufficiently hereditary. After a thousand
years of feudalism, the noble' classes of France
were ascertained, eays De Tocqueville, when the
Revolution broke out, not to reach 200,000 in
number ; while the Patriciat of Rome, the best
off class that ever existed, died completely out
If the explanation is health, .why does not the
Jewish race, which has had nearly two thousand
years in which to spread abroad, which thrives
in all climes and under all conditions ; which
suffers less than any from epidemics, and which
three tlionsand years ago established a sanitary
code, number two hnndred millions, as bad they
been Englishmen they would have don.j? They
were oppressed? Yes; and so were tac Irish,
and so are the Chinese and the Bengalees, with,
at lcaet, as grievous an oppression, different as it
may be in kind. Why do not tho well-to do,
brave, and physically-powerful Parsces show
any tendency to regain the numbers they possess
ed before the Mussulmans so nearly extirpated
them ? If the secret is race, why did the (.Jreek
pcojile, after swarming over the islands and Asia
Minor and Egypt, leave off spreading and beeome
stationary ! Nobody is oppressing Creeks in
Greece, acd yet Greece is not filled up. TTiy 'is
not an island like Samos eaten up, as Ireland
was, by its own children? 4 Peasant-proprietorship,'
answers The Times, which, with equal
divisions of property, always tend to keep down
the number of a population afraid to become too
poor. Verygocd. That is definite and intelligi
ble ; but will The Time s just explain why those
other peasant-proprietors, the majority of men
in the United .States, do not die out, while their
rivals, the Spanish in South America, do, or
why I'engalecs, every one of whom is a peasant
proprietor, living under the most peremptory
laws of equal division of property, are becoming
too numerous for their land? It is all climate?
Very good ; but which climate breeds largo races?
We English grow and grow in the North, and
the Bengalees grow and grow in the South, and
Provencals do not grow in their lovely land,
and Italians grow elowly in their equally lovely
one, and the Spaniards in Chili, which is Italy
over again, arc nearly stationary; while the
Irish, in their cold, humid country, grew too
fast, till Nature avenged herself in a frightful
famine. Why docs not a race like the Dutch,
which can eoloaize, and fight, and sail ships, and
blunder about the world just as wc and the C-'cr-
pianas do, grow out of its dykes, as cither of the
kindred families would? There is no room?
There is endless room in Scandinavia and Hol-
stein, and the Scandinavians and Holsteiners,
who once settled here and in America have
grown to seventy millions, in their own terri
tories scarcely grow at all. Is it religion ? Well,
the five most rapid-increasing races are the En
glish Protestants, the Irish Catholics, the Ger
man Freethinkers, the Rengalec idolators, and
the Chinese worshipers of the Manchester idols.
Is it virtue ! Chinese swarm and Puritans decay.
Is it energy the extraordinary force which ap
pears in each race at some moments of its history.
and after a longer or shorter period dies out.?
Well, there is something to bo said for that solu
tion, vague and indefinite as it is. The great
period of some races ;;s the Roman, the Span
ish, the Arab has been synchronous with their
swarming period ; but still that docs not explain
facts like the population of Ireland, or the in
crease of the Negroes in slavery, or the advance
of the Bengalees, or the swarming out of the
Chinese everywhere, or, above all, the increase
believed, on strong evidence, to be occurring
among the Slavons. The French must have in
creased once. Why not again ? The English
population fell back once. Why not again?
The circumstances of say Michigan are said to be
so fortunate that the filling up of Michigan with
out immigration would cause no surprise; but
why should Michigan fill faster than the South
African settlements, which fill so slowly that,
after Europe has possessed thorn for a hundred
years, it is doubtful whether tribes in nothing
raised above the Red Indians and in religion de
cidedly below them, may not cat up the white
man, after all ? The plain truth of the matter
is that wc have not discovered the law on which
the increase and decrease of the race of man de
pends ; and that, therefore, all these hymns now
sung over our colonized capacity, and these
rather exulting dirges over the decay of France,
may be caused by movements which in the long
life of nations must be pronounced only momen
tary. Numbers for numbers, the Portuguese did
more to ec Ionize the world than wc have done,
and took up a larger position in it ; and, except
when she worrits us by claiming some South
African port or some West-African slave-trader,
who thinks of Portugal now ?"
WANTED TO PURCHASE !
qiVO GOVERNMENT BONDS, TO
M. amount of I ,."0O. Apply at
f HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
JL pay no debts contracted in my nam wi:liout my written
Honolulu. O.t. 2.1. "O F M. ORE FN,
FOE LEASE :
BLK STUKK i4 a .ii or W fcleI:e" haant 6l
fr.!o Hal . Arpljjj
W. C. PARKR.
J. O. C AKTEK.
a. a. CLLn.'joas.
LAND IN PALAMA !
in coacecuon 1
rilh Ibe Iac.L T!re i a Parr i-.-. 1
from K:nj street to U,e bciu. TLj laad u e.l a.ir t?J f r
lixce Cuaare, and tat a Exvl KsrI4y ef water. F. r farther
rarticulars, enqaire cf . jj ACV
C"- Ciiiirtlian f r G. W. Mary, Jr.
Parents itsteodins to v their children are requited to com
moclcarewith the trmertigned, corner cf Hotel acl Tckn
Ptreen, between 9 aad 12 a. ra. or 2 and 5 p. n.
enn? men desiring .ottody either Sciences cr Lareoa"!
n join an Frenir; Cast by arrU!G5 to
Tn. M. REICH K.
! V.u. .k,. v. h:. JunN wF-RUoi'
' '" ' '
Til Klllirll tllld I?ltill,lev
j STOVTS AND RANGES !
j m. i-'.r,7jFr n
j TIN WAIIT'a I jW.VYW on HANI).
'romplly Attended to.
NO. 2S XfUAXr STRfcET.
THE LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE
INSURANCE COMPANY !
Unlimited Liability of Stockholders
LOSSES PROMPTLY .irJfSTFD.
UISIIOP A C O.. Agrnl.
riIIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING REMOV-
M EU HIS PUCE OF DCS I. NESS TO HIS
New Brick Store, Nuuanu St.,
Near tke coinerof King, liegs lo notify the pul.lie
that he keeps on hand,
i Also.a Fine Assortment of
READY MADE LADIES' WEAR !
F.tc , Etc . Etc., Etc.
The Public will do wal to give me a call, ai I Sell Coodg at
oJS tf S. MAGNIN.
FOR SALE !
One Sugar Mill Complete,
20x1 indies, with or without
GEAR FOR WATER POWER.
r-2 APPLY AT F. A. SCHAEFEll & CO.'a
c o Hi o s s ettm; i
Will Accommodate 10,000 Persons
CHAS. DERBY,.. JR0PRIET0lt AND MANAGER
ON SATURDAY & MONDAY EVEN' GS
October 2Sili nutl 30lli,
First Appearance in Honolulu !
Thin Vorhl Rruouiird Artiaf,
Will Appear in h's Marvelous and Intensely Sonsationtil
FEATS AND ASCENSIONS
TIGrEET BQ3?E !
luring the Performinc?, at an EiKi-mous Fxpen'e, the
;roniul will be Lighted tip iiltli a (alrlnm Li? lit
Rrilliantly Ilium risting a Distance cf Haifa Mil?.
TRICES OF ADMISSION Dresa Circle, $1.00; Pit CO centt
Doors open at 7 o'clock, commences al half past 7. Ticket
can be had at McWayne'i Drag Store, and at the dw on the
evening or l'ertormance. it
C ViA tk.!;" 1014 1 TTKR of hve
lt.AtU. Xhij Un-J Cv,auu;s icat Tt.rtx- Arre a-J i
floated near tte ra, Kits Sur-et, c-rpew tte Kcfora'iiorv
, m-'itw, 1 .tl'l.niU.'tl M. I.Ktl lr; Till'
i . . 1 . -
, With f aJ?.,lw:c I'!".UJff.vrn his sons John Thomas and
. . ...!.' it.- . . . '. -j-!-- u .i.iorn-v 10 sell lr
history' "lrv r.tte,b.-?;.c5 cached them an crdinary r-w?r cf
I 1 f J it
sBsir, ail I 1 .'C'-t1 5 .
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Embracing lilhlical. Ancient. Mcditeral and Moili-rn
History from 4004 B. C. to 1S70, A. T.
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Also, smaller size Office Charts, lt;h 15 19th century, inclu
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It is an educational novelty which, after examination, we can
reeon;iue;id to teachers and students as a valuable and us-'ful
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A close examination convinced us that it is a work cf solid
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It is devoid of c!np-trap, and unrjuestiouaMy the amount of
labor ti.at has been put npon it is immerie. Its system is as
intelligible as that of an ordinary atlas. Cincinnati Com
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to be very useful. It compels our warmest admiration. It is
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1II AVK THIS II A NilLll TIIK UL.K K
ffMITH Mio, Toca ac l k in TraJr, t-rthcr 11k ti
r "J will cf the bc:r- tLereta. LCitM cn thr KjiUna,l?, ta
lb: city, to Mer. e a: Cclftnaa.
Wb;!e ua;cc t.- (ij rtua;; to (Lilt tie j-abi f tt.cr
lit-cral patroca;-, I vru:.l ui a cr-titinuanco rl tbe,r tirctt to
Executor cf the Will cf J J Thfron, t!eajr,l
IK-Svlula, tVttt-r 2 I, IsT-i. t, :T
VVE HAVE THIS DAY FORMED A
W CO-PA RTNEBSil IP f.r the purpose of carr ir.i cs
lie ruiiness of Camaje Bull.iins arc I Repainn? in ail it j
prtnee, aio eiacBSTa.iLir; ot a.l k.r.U. Il.'rte Sbv.r.;.
Siirsmittucg. Bu.Uicg and r-:..- w.i i,. Ac. 4, e.
We thall keep cocstsm.'r en hr..l Urje ae.-tt3tr.t of
Car Iron, Nuts, Rirfis. Wahr. Belt. Clirx-h B.:r;s, r.iark
mith Coil. AK Carriae- Fiti.'rtjr. and Triraminrs rf a:i
kin l, ail ef which w.il be iM at the Lowcai Markt naif.
Country orders will rot with prompt an l careful attention.
WEST A COLEMAN.
II-inolu'u, October 1 1. l7o. '.
THE FINE COM MODIlU S DU EI.U
IXU t.cif: in Emtiia Square, sui!al lo f.r a family
r-iil',rx'e. For farther rartirotar arrlv to
epO ' tt F. T. I.E.SEH AX A CO., Vuoen St.
THE C'OMMODIOt'S DWELLING
Honv rn Kukui Street, at ) reset, t (xvopied t-y Mr. J.
C. lilade. Poesion riven from the let rf Anrnit
ISTd. Toe further particular apply to
Jul? tf F. TTLfcXEHAX A: CO., Queen St.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VI.I. PERSONS HAVING CI. A I MS AO AINSr
the Estate cf Samuel K. Uawson, late of Honolulu, de
cease,!, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise, are re
quested to present the same, duly authenticated, to Michael
Mclnerny, Executor, and W. C. Parke. Administrator of said
Estate, at the store of said Michael Mclnrroy, Fort Strc t,
Honolulu, within six months from the first publication hereof,
or they will be forever barred; and all persons claiming specific
articles left with the said deceased for repair or otherwise, are
respectfully requested fo apply to said Executor and Admiois-
i-'i, iu munis, at ineir carn. ii convenience for the sirne,
.i.i i iiuing men arx:rirs.
M. McIXERNY, Executor.
W. C. PARKE.
Administrator Estate of S. K. Rawon, dorvated
Paled this 5th day of Octorer, 1S7G. oct7 4t
Reciprocity Prices !
HEREAFTER THE RATES OF YEARLY
eL'liSCRIPTIOXS TO THE
CAMFoiiMA wi:i:ki.ii:s .
WILL PE AS FOLLOWS,
When Paid Strictly in Advance:
. 4 OO
. .' OO
SACRAMENTO VNION, (Scmi-weekly)
One D' llar additional will be charged f,,r each periodical.
21 II1M- WMTXEY.
FORESTS, rOHESTS, FOIIESTS !
raillF: OI.SAI'I'EARANCE OF FORESTS
m. and consequent want of rains are every day more appar
ent auu me iiccessny oi rc-piantin rorests to save the coun.
try is beginning to be understood : the undersigne.1, with a vien
to give every facility to those who take an Interest in ihe lire.
ervation of their homes and the country, Intends to erect a
Nursery, if sufficient inducements are offered, of the roost val
uable of all trees, two or three varieties of the Australian
eucalyptus, nest adapted to this country, and to induce exten
sive re-plantinc of Forests, offers to Planters and other, inter.
ested in Frst Culture, the following liberal scale of prices for
uOO to OOO plautaj, inclusive at 8 r la. npirrr
KIOO lo lilOO plnnlt. Inclusive., at ft pi..anto
5000 to 21000 platsla, inclusive, at ." rU.aiere
. ur,viui pinau, inclusive.. nt cK.aplrrr
33 Orders are requested to be sent lo inv n.l.ln Ilonol.i.
Iu, before the 11th of December, to enable me t- judge of- the
leasiomty or ine enterprise ana to onler Fresh Seeds and erect
the Suitable Ruildings.
21 tf u. HOLSTEIX.
0'5?iETg.S,,B R,SE ,x T,IK IR,CE
Retail Price of Mutton
In the following Markus will be' as lollows from this date :
Fnmilica, lO t-nil prr pouuil.
Hotels, Restaurants, Ships, &c, 8 cts. pr lb.
Beef as formerly.
O. WALLER, Family and Metropolitan Markets.
O. O. CLIFFORD. Commercial Market.
A. Bare Qliarice !
II IJI.IC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1876,
At 10 o'clock A. M.
AT KOIjO A," KAUAI,
the undersigned will sell at public auction the Real Estate oi
the late O W Liliknlani, situate In Koloa. The same consists
or HOUSE LOT, containing 1 acre and 15 100th. more or
less, with a piece of Taro Land adjoining; a comfortable and
C0MH0IH0I S HOOIE DWELLIXi IIOISK,
with sevcial wooden ont-houses. The situation commands an
extensive view of Beautiful Scenery. A fine stream of water
runs through the grounds, which are well provided with Shade
ana ornamental Trees. The public road leading to the haroor
of Koloa, runs close to lh.2 premises, which arc a few minutes
walk from the landing. This has alsrays been a favorite stop
ping place of the Kings and Chiefs, on account of In salubrity.
A rare opportnn'ty is now offered for securing a desirable
MRS. II. K. LTLIK A LANI,
J. W. KAHELE.
o21 3t Arlminitrator,
SUGAR MACHINERY ! !
MIIE UNDERSIGNED II AS JUST
CE1VEP pr Mail from th celebrated
OLAPOOW IRON WORK? OF
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
Exact particulars of the cost of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
O scvetilcn iliff-rent capaciti' ranging
10SO l.h. Sugnr lit III Hvam nt i 1'eal f
20, to it Firt-rln4 Vnrititttt Pntt
Plant to mnlie 12 Tona of Sm
i'nr in lO Iloainl n rol
The undersigned are prepared lo reciive orders lor tueh
machinery, and to arrange for freight on same to be shipped
by a NEW IRON CLIPPER FT I IP now building In the
Clyde of 10V) tons burden, to leave GLASGOW on or alioul
the 15th of February next.
i. u. Orders for all kin.U of Machinery and other Euro
pean Merchandize to be shipped by the above vessel, should
be sent to the undersigned during the month of feember or
not later than October 10th. Rate of freight arranged for.
iu2J F. T. LENEIIAN It CO.
NEW CIGAR STORE
OPENED UV II. J. NOI.TE,
OPPOSITE FISCHER li ROTH, Merchant Tailors.
V largest Tobaeci and C
;ir Store in Honolulu.
A N D
The Best Assortment of Pipes
From Meerschaum to Uriar.
Tlio Dost Soloction of
CHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO
Cigars ol Every Quality
sr23 From finest Havapa to common Manila. (3in
M Offers For Sale aw22
Kcef, Mutton. Veal, Salmon &. Flab.
at the FISH MARKET STALLS, 'os. 1, 13,29,21, at the
Lowest MarUet Rates. Fleaso give me u call. m!3 ly
Pure Bred Aylesbury Ducks. Home Fed Turkeys.
A.Vrt STKFF.T, UOSOT.iri.V. r, ly
I M1PO It TISD
DIRECT FROM THE UNITED STATES AND EUROPE.
SE1DMTZ IN TIN ItOXKS. SKIDMTZ IN GI.S. C URATE DP MAGtIA. MED
ICINAL FLI IU EXTRACT, rl UAK CtMTEO TILlJ1 in ri vsr.etj.aij a r uertl ihki Pri.jt.
Striasfs Brrt Paafs I. R. Mpplr , Trrtblac Kia;. MiWt l.lrhN, (rh I rr;e, lu Jr,
HAIR, TOOTH AND NAIL BRUSHES, COMBS IN GREAT VARIETY.
COSMETICS. TOILET POWDERS. ETC., ETC..
Ii'onx IT j i 1 i , liOiulon n n 1 IVo-w Yoi'lt.
NEW ARTICLES CONSTANTLY RECEIVED.
SALE AT LOW PETCES !
rr or.i'rrt AXvrnrr with catik axi m-pt ii. j j
ED. HOFFMANN, M. D
TMKU&wlI a AT,
AND OTHER PERIODICALS,
Would respectfully inform tlie PuMic that they arc pmparctl at all time to atlen.l i
any Order; in tlieir line.
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PAPERS DELIVERED FREE OF POSTAGE
TO ANY PART OF THE ISLANDS.
Eastern American Papers
N V lleral l $3 00 N V Nation
N Y Tribune 4 00 N B Standard
nrinfTfill nnki;..n a OA M II lil,ln.,ln. I im
"'-" ... ,'hu..vbu. . . " L It.''.... a. ma ...... w v- .
Armr ' d Navy Journal. 8 00, The Capital, Washington 6 00 ;
Detroit Free Press 4 00; '
Harper's Weekly $5 00 III London News 14 00
Leslie's 111 Newspaper... 00 Harper's Dazar 6 00
Leslie's Hud get or Fur... 2 60 Leslie's Chimney Corner. 6 00 ,
Jolly Joker 2 60 London Punch B 00
Scientific Am Supplement 0 00 Scientific American 4 &0
London Oraphic, including extra numbers for the year. . .li 00 ;
Monthly Part Papers.
IIar-er's Weekly..... ..$0 60 London Journal....
Chimney Corner, Leslies 0 50 Waverly Magazine.
Leslie's Centennial Register, (10 pts.)
N Y Ledger $4 60 N Y Weekly
Phil Saturday Night.... 4. 60 Boston True Flag
N V Journal of Commerce! 00 London Economist. ...
Hunt's Financial Chron..l2 00 Boston Com'L Herald..
S F Commercial Herald and Market Review
. 4 00
IMPs Life in London. ,.tl3 00 Wild Oats 45 00
N Y Clipper 6 00, N Y Fplrit of the Time.. 0 00
Am Agriculturist $2 50 Rural New Ytrkrr $150
Weekly Bulletin $5 00! Weekly Alta
Sacramento In ion 7 60 Examiner
News Letter 8 00. Chronicle
n, wky..$10 00 1 Town & Count
4 OO.Hydnry llernl.
The Australasian, wky..$10 00 1 Town k Country JouritT.fH 00
111 Sydney ew i oo.isydney llernld, sum'y, ea S3
Journals for the Young.
....$3 60j Nursery
i an ion 3 00 Wide Awake
Periodicals of Fashion.
.... .1 00
Harrer's Bnzar. ,
,$5 00 God. y'a ' Ro.k 4 60
. 6 00 Leslie's Lady Msyltzine. 6 00
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Ijcslie s l.aly s Journal.
N V Independent
.$1 60 Christian Union.
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.... 4 60
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oc7 .Subscriptions nftrr ilnle. y
Real Estate Exchange !
r!OR SALE. ON KEKETANIA STREET,
V mauka tide, six Wi. loOxl 50. These are rhoiee tmildinff
lots, situated opposite Messrs. Dillingham p" ''title's proj-r.
y, ami nave me water pipes ctose incri io.
FOR SALE. ON KING STREET. M A UK A
side, m ar Thomas' Square, four lola, 100x150, frrmlng one
splendid building bloet;.
FOR SALE, ON RE RET AM A SV REET.
makal side nppos'us the residence cf W II Purhanan, Ki. h
lots, lOOxl eO. This property is well fenced, and will I e .old
in one Mock or in two blocks, of 4 lots esrh.
FOR SALE. ON I1ERETAMA STREET,
mauka sid", two valnable and choice buildinr allotment.,
eaeh 4 acres.
FOR SALE. A MILK, HOO AND CHICK
E.N" RANCH, with dwelling house and improvement, at Ka
Irhi. This property must be sold to close partnenhlp accounts,
and it offfrs a plend;d chance to an industrious man hiving
FOR SALE. AT WAIKIKI. ON THE SEA.
a pleasant cottage with one acre rl land, welt fenced, fiood
FOR SALE, AT M A NOA , TV ELV E ACRES
of rhoiee Bsi.ar.a and Taro Land, a Largiin.
FOR SALE. AT K A Ll II I, TWO ACRES
(in one lot) of Rich Tsro Land.
FOR SALE. AT VA I K I K I. TH R EE ACRE"
of Kula Land, situated near the property of His Ex. W. L
Moehonua. Apply to
K. T. O'HALLORAN, Poliriior,
At the Ofiices of the Real Estate Exchange, 31 Fort St., Hono
lulu, where all persons h3ving property for sale, leae cr to'rt.
gage rosy rf i-t'r the same without payment r f any f. . m
HO LTER MANN'S
I PREPARED FROM THE RECIPE OF AN
eminent Phyirian rf Fifty Years Experisnee, aland un
rivaled as a
Safe & reliable household medicine
May be given to the yoangen infant or the most aged adult
WITH PERFECT SAFETY!!
For Asthma, Colds, Bronchitis, Pains in the Cheit, !
en:-ry. Diarrhoea, Spasm, PcarUtin.i, Toothathe.
Headache, Fevers, Deprsion,
Indigestion, Ac, Ac,
IIOLTFRMIW'S I.IIK DP.OPS will lf ft. nnd an
loiiiifdiate and Idfctuul Keut(l.
For INFANTILE COMPLAINTS,
Especially during the Ci iticl Period I TEETIIINO,
The Life Drops are Surpanrit by no MriliriHe
1ZT Persons Retidiug or Traveling in the Interior should
never lie without a Supply of the LIFE DROPS, which in
cases of extremity invariaMy prove n Trite Frlenrf la
A. Mr W AVNE.
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... 10 on Punch 0(1
... 1J 00. London Pall Mall HanttrlJOO
, iirii a i.iK.
London Art Journal....! II 00 London Hoeletr Jsi
Cornbill .. oo C hamber's Journal (i
All lbs tnr llouml..... fl oo Ulitckwnod's a(
in igravla fl OO Tei.nle Hai
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Hankers 00 The Hub, (Com btuaker.. 4 K)
Al'n'ie 6 00 Haoord of lbs Vesr 00
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Appleton's Journal 4 00. Leslie's Popular Monthly 4 00 .
Appletou't Art Journal t.r America ,Q
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l Pubsei ibers are asure. of their being earlier and mere prompt
j rerlpieuls of thrir Periodicals than through any nther source.
j l iirmtf Krudliis Mattfr ilnde up n Short tt
far Trmrlrrs Sfitif 4 (Mlirro.
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during which such have been received n ordcrad. All sub
scrlptiouk unpaid at the end of ibe motitrt followlug ths quar
ter, tho Publlralion will be retained until Ikt same la settled
forj but no subscription Is topped nnlrtt It la mn nrdr4. It
la klwns a at.vum d that a huliserilirr will notify when lie
wl-di t hi. piibliealloii dicontinurl.
JT PerlMll al to le disrv.ntinueil or etianged mo.t lie ad
vised ahead, or all received after tho time desired Will t
charged at Counter ItMnil Rates, as from the low margin on
the News Sulwcrlptlou Pu.lne., a la lmiioalhle tt nme
Smut one to Ihn e months publications lieyond f ubsrrlptlon
through the wnnt rf f'TerU hl in Ml eft.
tbik e:iioi: iioi nki
KK. I I KKKITA 1L I ' It A WA Tl.
TUB HAWAIIAN liLA ND.H ARE
noted the world over for their unrivaled salulwilr i4
climate. CerLaio Incalities In the (roup ar rupee
ially favored in this way. Ths District of Kmia. a.n
the leeward side of Hawaii, has lotip Ixen famed as J laee nf
resort for invallda with broncbltal, or lung rtiaeaaea. Uiihlt.
i pure and mild atmopbere, with Its kbsoluta freedom from
etormt or Mgh wmo., with Its porous soil wbli.h, With all Ha
rich vegetation, retains no dampness ai.d yb'lda no malaria, anil
with an unvarying temperature that .f tt.s Amertean or
South. rn Kuroaa June ALL THE TEAK KOCKD, tke
climate of Kona Is one r.f the l.etllhiest and mom luxurious
The undersigned, at Ms house at Kaawalos.a boas aifi.
rjusled in the district for t re, cleanliness, commodinutness,
and thoroughness of furnlahing. is prepared lo give hoarder
etcr;ent rooms ana an obtainable com loria in Ihe way of diet.
1IIKHK AKK 1RESH WATEIi DATUM
on the premise, and fine sea bathing within a short distance.
The steamer Kilaue and the schooners I ilama and Prince, rnrt
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa Isndii g.
The onderalgned employs no apentt nor runners, firs Ikii
speaks fur Itaeir npon Inaction. A. A. TUlD.
Kaawaloa, Kealakekua Bay, Kona, Nnv. 15, 1173. ,u.
THE OLD CD RIMER.
Coffee and Billiard Saloon,
ESTABLISHED IN 1858,
OFFERS FOR SALE A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
Light and Haiti Pressed
NATURAL LEAF TODACCO,
Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
AN ASST. OF CUT SMOKING TOBACCO !
And a Large Assortment of
BRIAR WOOD AND OTHER PIPES !
Tobacco Pouches, Pipe Fleuis,
Amber ani Horu Month rirc1,
fine Hiiitons, Ctjarette Per, etc., i tc
II. J. NOLTE,
11"- C'..rri r of tiien .tnd N'muim M.
tv 1 It
TOBACCO & CffiHH STOfiB I