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FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1877
V( bae no f weign arrivals to chronicle during the past
week, but we look for the schooner Bonanza from can Fran
cisco at an early day. The departure Lave been 241, H W
A toy, fcr San Francisco, loaded by Castle and Cooke, with
dome.iic produce Talacd at $44,912.33; and the T A Lucas
and Discovery for Port Townsend, on the ain and Jltx re
gneciively. for cargoes of lumber-
The D C Murray, by Brewer &. Co, U up tor San Francisco,
to hare dipatch and the J A Falkinburg by Castle and
Cooke and Mattie Macleay, by Green, Macfarlane Sc Co, are
op for Portland, O.
FORT Or HOZJOX.TJX.U, K. Z.
29 Srhr PueokehL, Clarke, from Maliko, Maui.
22 Schr Kinau. Ahoihala, from Ilamakua, Haws.iL
to stfttr Knlamana. Mana. from Kohaia. Hawaii.
23 Schr Manuokawai. Fake, from Nawiliwili, Kauai.
23 fchr Warwick, John Bull, from umai.
23 Schr Marion, Christian, from Koloa and Waimea.
23 Schr V allele, Kalaaao, from Maliko, MauL
23 Stmr LikeUke, Marchant, from Nawlliwili, Kauai.
23 Schr Kekauluohl, Malaihl, from Hanalei. Kauai.
24 Schr Leahi, Kaaina. from Hanalei. Kauai.
26 Scbr Mile Morris, Kealobaoui, from Molokai.
26 jchr Nettie Merrill. Crane. from Lahaina, Maui.
27 Schr Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Lahaina, Maui.
Hchr I'ilama. Puaabiwa, from Kohala, Hawaii.
23 -Schr Ka Moi, Reynolds, from Kahulai, Maui.
DEPART UK ES.
22 Am bk II W Almy, Widdonson, for 8an Francisco.
24 Stmr l.ikelike, Marchant, lor Maui dc uawau.
24 fchr Ka Mol, Reynolds, for Kahului, Maui.
-irhr Marv Ellen. Kuanoni. for Ililo. Hawaii.
24 Srhr Warwick, John Bull, for Kalaupapa, Mclokai.
25 Schr Pauahi, Hopa, lor Hilo, Hawaii.
25 Schr Wailele, Kalauao, for Maliko, Mani.
25 Schr Jenny, Pake, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
26 Schr Pueokahi. Clarke, for liana, Maui.
26 Schr Kekauluohl, Malaibi, for Hanalei, Kauai.
26 Schr Marion, Christian, for Koloa and Waimea.
24 Schr Prince, Beck, for Kona and Kaa, Hawaii.
'zft Srhr Kolamann. Mana. for Kohala. Hawaii.
26 Am brig T A Lucas, Went worth, for Port Town-
9 crhr Nettie Merrill. Crane, for Lahaina. Maui.
27 U H training-ship Jamestown, Commander Glass,
17 Am bktne Discovery, Smith, for Port Townsend.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Am schr C M Ward.
Am schr Gen Harney, Tripp.
Am bk F.dward James, O'Urien.
Am bk W A Holcomb, Duoton.
Am bktne Jane a Falkinburg, Hubbard.
Haw bk Mattie Macleay, Pope, repairing.
Am bk I C Murray, Fuller.
Fob 8a Fbascisco Per U W Almy, Sept 22
Bananas, bochs 100 Bice, lbs......
Leather, cse 1 Sugar, lbs
MoUsses, galls 3380 Sponges, cse
Paddy lbs 45063)
Value Domestic $44,912.33; Foreign $129
Faoji Nwittwiu-Per LikeUke, Sept M-Dis Majesty
.i.- ir;- ii.. v. a a irartwell. wife and child. C H Koae, J
H Rose j 8 Smithies, II Waterhouse, Jaa Bush, 2 Misses
Brash. Mrs Rodant. Miss L Lewis. F Bindt and wife, VV
.f..n. i :..,. i. n h.w father Silvester. A Dnerer, wife and
child, Mrs II Hart and child. Mrs W Jarrett, sr. H Bertle-
mann. Mi- L Victor, Rev rawer r.usiaine. r aio,"
Kahanu.S V Maikai, Lee Loy, Aio, Mr K Kalaau, Mrs A
Paele. and 101 deck.
Foa Wudwd PoT3 Per Likelike, Sep! 24 Don A 8
C leghorn, Hon U M Whitney, Miss A n- '. o i-""""
wife, O Spencer, W Thompson, Miss Parke, Miss Grey, D R
m.i.iJ ii., ii ir..;h,ifvnL A K Starbnck. M Brown. Mrs Powers
and child, Geo Clark, E G Hitchcock and boy, D P Eldndge,
F Enirert. Frits Wilhelin. Chaa Annex, Mias Peabody, Frank
Lake. M Paiko and wife. J W Widdiflekl, Jas W Robertson,
Kaahu. Paapaina, A learn and 75 deck.
FaOM Lahaisa Per Nettie Merrill, Sept 26 Mrs Kinney,
Cap! Harrison, Capt Chas Dudoit, Mr Murphy ana e aeca.
fon Sas Fbascisco Per fl W Almy, Sept 22 C King.G
Ds Acosta Zablas In this city Sept 23d, by the Rev
ther Hermann, Mr Pkdbo db acosta to airs abba
n this city, Sept. 23d, to the wife of H. Berger, a son.
t. ... in llonnluln harbor on board U 8 School Ship
Jamestown, Sept 25, Mrs Gebtbide ULASs, wile oi Lieut
ommander Henry Glass, sgeu its years.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 29.
A writer in the Gazette of laet week pro
fesses to think that our articles on the treaty
complication" were not well considered ; that
their publication at thw supposed crisis in affairs
is unfortunate. We do not need to don a guess
ing-cap to discover the source of the Gazette's
inspiration, and would therefore like to ask
whether the importation of Calcutta and
Japan rice into this Kingdom, purchased from
the bonded warehouses of San Francisco, ie not
calculated to injure the treaty under considera
tion far more than our information to the public
as to our foreign relations? To our mind,
admitting for the sake of argument that our
articles on the treaty business might better have
been withheld, the recent importations of rice
are far more dangerous to the existence of the
said treaty tban any number of articles of the
character we published.
We hate no intention to enter into a con
troversy with either His Excellency the Attorney
General or the Maile Wreath upon the subject
of adultery. Neither the one nor the 'other
has answered our question why it happened that
the church on the one hand and Attorney
Generals on the other looked on for years at
adulterous liaisons in .this community, without
saying a word or taking up the culprits, till
suddenly a fit of spasmodic morality took hold
of somebody, and several arrests were made
exposing the bastardy of innocent young fami
lies. We asked : why was the social evil
in question allowed to grow into an institution
almost? The Attorney General's card does not
explain this ; neither does the Maile Wreath.
If the culprits were taken up at the outset we
should have bad less bastards in this com
munity at most, perhaps one for each case
of adultery ; but, now, owing to the neglect
of the law officers to enforce the law during
several years past, we have large families of
fatherless children in this community : and be
cause we said a word about the cruel exposure
of these innocents it seems that the law officer
of the crown and the saints are up in arms
against us. The Maile Wreath talks about
" good society." We may ask the Wreath; were
there no notorious sinners ever admitted into
the " good society, the best society" of this com
munity? We don't care to throw stones, but
must protest against such twaddle as that of
the Maile Wreath. It is simply untrue that
the tone of society here is as high as in New
England or old England so long as men well
known to be habitually immoral are complacent
ly received in the eo-callecl " best society." To
pretend to say that this community does not
imperatively need moral purification is to en
deavor to perpetuate the social evil. The moral
corruption permeates from the "best social,"
of whites, even of the " mutual admirationists"
down to the very dregs of the populace. Where
the males are so nuch in excess of the females,
how ia it possible to expect that a healthy moral
community can exist. In New England and
old England, where the sexes are fairly matched,
unfortunately moral corruption pervades society.
Here, the disparity of the sexes is calculated ere
lODg.to render society an abomination. Let the
really enlightened moral class of society here
raise an indignant cry against the enormity of
not introducing females into this country, with
out loss of time. Whole shiploads of girls go
oat to the Australian Colonies, at the cost of
the colonial governments. Their want is felt
and acknowledged. Here it is ridiculous to
enforce moral laws upon society, where the
men are to much in excess of the women, and
the whites are so prolific a source of spreading I
corruption among the native females. PoBsibly,
the writer in the Maile Wreath can not see the
corruption of society ; sinners of the sort in
question are generally gocd hypocrites, and
an immoral man may deceive his own wife and
his own church minister. But, to tell us that, at
the present moment in the " best society" of this
community, it is not possible to point out
terribly black spots, is simply an attempt to
hoodwink the simple. This community is fully
and thoroughly aware of the true state of things.
Now in the late arrests, prominent offenders,
white men were completely overlooked. We
would ask the Attorney General, how, with
his scrupulous regard for his 44 oath of office,"
this distinction was made perhaps on the same
grounds that these men are admitted into the
44 best society," and hold up their heads in the
churches. . ,
A Pharisaical OBSERVANCE of the Sabbath
Day is certainly not a matter which should claim
the support of the enlightened journalist, nor
indeed of any well informed christian. The
Founder of Christianity expressed His opinion
concerning the hypocritical affectation of the
Pharisees on the subject of the Sabbatical solem
nity. The Sabbath is made for man, said He,
not man for the Sabbath. But, it is not always
easy to decide where the mode of keeping holy
the Sabbath Day becomes Pharisaical. It is
not easy to fix the limit between the due observ
ance of the Lord's Day, and an exaggerated
Sabbatic solemnization which savors of the
Pharisee. In general terms, we may observe
that the land ia highly favored whose people
really understand what is the proper way to
honor and sanctify the Sabbath Day. We
certainly would prefer even a Sabbatic solemnity
somewhat tinctured with Pharisaic "even; to a
total disregard for the day of rest unhappily
too common in many countries which it is
needless to enumerate. To come to the point
of our remarks, a question has been raised in
this community with reference to a circumstance
which sometimes takes place here on Sundays,
as for instance one week ago, and which in the
opinion of many christians amongst us, is cal
culated to disturb the solemnity of the Lord's
Day, from their point of view of that subject.
In a certain sense, it is a delicate topic to discuss
in the columns of a public journal, as it refers
incidentally to the highest personage of the
realm. We are by no means wanting in that
becoming respect for the head of lawfully con
stituted authority, which is inculcated in the
same Gospel that commends the due, but not
Pharisaical observance of the Lord's Day. But
the difficulty seems to be with some to determine
whether the conventional mode of honoring
Royalty with what- are commonly called
Royal salutes," on arrival at, or departure
from the metropolis, does not accidentally
involve a serious inconvenience even tantamount
to a violation of our Sabbath law, whenever it
happens that those Royal salutes must be fired
on the Lord's Day. As we have already re
marked, this is a delicate question to touch
journalistically ; we think it however the duty
of the impartial journalist to give expression to
the opinions of the public on all matters per
taining to the general tone and tenor of society
Now, we are informed that quite a large class
of christians amongst us feel disturbed and
even shocked at hearing the boom of cannons on
Sunday, and think that on that particular day
the formality of a Royal salute ought to be
dispensed with. If we may venture to treat
the subject in a style of pleasantry, those good
people, whose zeal for Sabbatic observance
claims our fullest sympathy and approval
although to some it may seem tinctured with
Pharisaic leven, those ultra Sabbatarians
so to speak seem to think that Ilis Majesty
ought to travel incog. when he has occasion to
move about on the Lord's Day. Of course it
is quite a matter of ta6te with any sovereign to
assume an incognito, whenever he or she pleases
Sunday or week day, all the same. Her Majesty
Queen Victoria gives a very amusing account in
her Book about an adventure which befel her
at a wayside Inn in the land of the Gael, while
she was travelling incog, with the late lamented
Prince Consort not long after their marriage,
under the assumed title of " Lord and Lady
Churchill," on which occasion the Scotch land
lady treated the Royal pair whom she took for
a young bcottieu Laird and bis "winsome
leddie," to a jug of whiskey toddy made of
real usquebaugh, than which 44 the Queen never
drank better," she said. Now there is nothing
to prevent the King of Hawaii nei from
assuming an tncoa. as often as be has occasion
to travel on a Sunday ; and in that way the
consciences, and indeed the nerves, also, of those
very zealous christians to whom we allude, need
not be disturbed by the boom of cannons on the
Lord's Day ; as, of course, it is almost needless
to remark that the formality of a Royal salute
could then be dispensed with, without anything
derogatory to Royalty being thereby involved
The " Count of Oahu," would sound very well,
as a Sunday incog, for our sovereign, whenever
he happens to be en-voyage to or from the metro
polis on a Sabbath day. Thus all parties con
cerned would be satisfied. People would sav
His Majesty the King travels incog, on Sunday,
and the Royal salute is consequently dispensed
With reference to salutes from our battery
to war vessels entering or leaving port, we cer
tainly have no hesitation in saying that in our
opinion they ought not to be fired on Sunday.
we are told that a question has even been raised
for the lawyers as to how far a gunner who
fires off a cannon on Sunday is liable to pains
and penalties under the Sabbath law, Some
people even seem to think that a gunner could
be prosecuted under the Act, for loading and
touching off his big gun on the Lord's Day.
un tnac BuDject, lor lack of legal lore, we can
not express an opinion. In general, we shall
remark that it is we think, an " unnecessary ser
vilo work" for a gunner to fire salutes of honor on
the Lord's Day. The case would be different
were he called upon to blaze away at an
hostile invader and foe of bis country. In such
a case we believe that our Lord Himself would
say : the Sabbath is made for man, not man
for the Sabbath. Bat we question whether the
Divine Master and Lord of the Sabbath would
say tne same with reference to the firine of
(I ml.ti r t, , iL. TV m "
XUUM.-Q oa uuuur, uq me uay ot rest.
BY AN EXPERIENCED BOOK. KEEP.
ER, who speaks and corresponds in English, German
French and Italian, with a good connection and full knowledge
of the trade, a position in the General Merchandise business.
Address, C. P., this Office. ae29.it,
A Full Assortment of Preserved Meats,
JpRUITS, OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, Jke. Stc.
se29 For Sale by BOLLES & CO.
Just Received Per D. C. Murray!
A SMALL LOT OF
CALIFORNIA WHITE fc CLARET WINE
Of superior quality in 10-gall. keg. Also,
Another Invoice of Pure French Claret !
c23 4t for tale by W. A. bCHAEFER CO.
PIANO FOR SALE !
rf-fswn. . JIST ARRIVED AD FOR SALE,
HTlFi an A 1 Grand Piano, new. from the Celebrated
Makers, Messrs. Kranich & Bach, New York, will be Sold
at Ncvr Vork Cost. Can be seen at
Mr. T. A. TU HUM'S King Street.
Ueference, 8. Macaaley. It
NEW GOODS !
Ex Discovery, D. C. Murray and Zealandia,
GOLDEN GATE EXTRA FAMILY FLOUK,
Golden Gate Bakers' Extra flour, Golden Gate Superfine
Floor, Golden Gate Graham Floor. Fresh Corn Meal, Fresh
Oat Meal, Freah Cracked Wheat. For Sale by
se29 BOLLES CO.
OREGON MESS EEEF !
IN BARRELS. A
ex EDWARD JAMES.
For Sale bj
BOLLES 4- CO.
EXTRA PILOT BREAD !
OREGON PILOT BREAD, CALIFORNIA
Crackers, all the different varieties.
se29 For Sale by BOLLES & CO.
OREGON HAMS !
CJOME FRESH AND GOOD.
For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
PRESERVED CORNED BEEF !
RESERVED HAMS. PRESERVED BEEF
Toneues, in two pound cans.
se29 For gale by
BOLLES & CO.
CALIFORNIA CUBE SUGAR !
TWENTY-FIVE POUND BOXES,
For Sale by BOLLES & CO.
DRIED APPLES !
DRIED PLUMS. DRIED PEARS, PRE
PARED BY THE ALDEN PROCESS. For Sale Low, by
BOLLES & CO.
TfcUCK, TWINE. ETC.. AND A FULL LINE
M-9 of chip Chandlery and chip Stores
Will be sold low, by
BULLED & CO.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
EG TO NOTIFY THEIR FRIENDS And
the public generally, that the
Old Corner, King and Fort Street,
Having been rebuilt as a substantial brick and
Is now IRe-occu.pied by
IVhere they will be happy to meet Uuir customers as
usual, and supply them with everything
se29 in their line. St
fASES CUTTING'S JAMS AND JELLIES
V Cases Cottting'a Assorted Table Fruits,
Cans Catting Preserved Meats,
Cans Catling's Assorted Vegetables,
Cans Catling's Pickles, assorted;
Cans Cutting's Tomato Catsup.
Milk, Wine, Wafer, Water, Soda, Assorted.
Jenny Lind Cakes, Ginger Cakes.
Saloon Pilot Sread !
Whole and quarter boxes.
Cases of Quahaugs, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Cases of Clams, 1 and 2 lb. tius;
Cases of Lobsters, 1 and 1 lb. tint;
McMurray's Oysters, 1 and 2 lb. tins;
Hf. Qr. and Eighth Bbl. Pork,
FOR FAMILY USE.
Cases Cod Fish, Kitls Mackerel,
CASKS W II I TT A K ER'S
STAR BRAND HAMS
Cases Bacon, streaky; Cases Smoked Beef.
Cases of Cooked Reef, Ham and Tongue
Cala. Cream Cheese.
Cases Yarmouth Sugar Corn,
Cases of French Peas, Cases of French Mushrooms,
Cases of assorted Ground Spices, Cinnamon, Pepper, Cloves,
Allspice, Uioger, Mixed Spice.
CS. POTTED MEATS !
I In m, Tesgne, ChicUeu asid Turkey.
Cases Condensed Milk,
Cases Condensed Coffee,
Cases Condensed Eggs.
Cases Oat Meal,
Cases Wheat Meal, Cases Corn Meal,
Cases Cracked Wheat.
McCondry & Co.'s Japan Tea,
In 1 lb. 1-2 lb. and 1-3 lb. pkgs. Also, in 6 lb. boxes.
Cases Alien's Preserved Fruits !
CASES OF EXTRACTS, ASSTD.
Lemon, Vanilla and Peach.
Cases Olive Oil, qts. and hf. pts.;
Cases East India Chutney,
Q. Q. Extra Family Floor,
Bags of N, Z. and Oregon Oats,
Bags California Bran.
Expected per Steamer Australia!
NEW ZEALAND OATS AND POTATOES.
Per Bark It. C. WYLIE
ASSORTMT of NEW GOODS
FOR SALE BY
II. E. lTIdntyrc & Bro.
se29 3t Corner Fort and Kins; St..
SMALL SIZES. FROM SIX THREAD TO
one and a ha'f inch. (my6) For Sale by BOLLES & Co.
2V J3 W Gr O O I !
Bark Courier and Schooner W. H. Meyer,
FROM SAX FKAXCISCO.
GOLDEN GATR EX. FAMILY FLOUR,
Bakers' Golden Gate Extra Floor,
SanerSn Vlnnv r.u. r J
Cases Crackers, Assorted, vis:
Boaa, uyster, Wafer, Milk, Fancy, tc, kc.
Bales of Oat Hay, Lime, Enbber Paint !
An Assortment of Rubber Paints of All
Shades and Colors.
nl1 For Sale Low by BOLLES A Co
CASES CORN STARCH,
C1.SK? .L,A CROIX CORN. QUARTER
barrels Clear Pork, fnr famiii.. !..;. fi-i. n
Soaps, Tomatoes. Tomato
jars and half gallon jars; Clams, Lobsters, Ac. fcc . received
inis aay ana lor sale by
"f BOLLES A Co.
Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
2mWIN "0CK ANCHORS, sixes from 80 op to 2,300 lbs
SMALL CHAIN, in quantities to suit, sices I inch to
0-1 A of an inch,
CHAIN CABLES, 6 8, S-4,7 8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3 8, Aid 1 6 8
nch. For sals low by
BOLLES ft CO.
C1ASKS ST. LOUIS HAMS, STAR BRAND;
Cases Belly Bacon, Cases Smoked Salmon,
Caseo Smoked Beef, Cases Pacific Codfish,
Half Barrels Family Mess Pork,
Quarter Barrels Family Mess Pork,
Eighth Barrels Family Mess Pork,
Kegs Pickled Pigs Feet,
Kegs Pickled Sheep Tongues,
Kits No. 1 Mackerel, 25 lbs. each ;
KITS NO. 1 BELLY SALMON,
Twenty.fiTe pounds each ;
Cases Fairbank's Leaf Lard, in 5 & 10 lb. pails;
Boxes California Cheese, Cases Edam Cheese, -
Cases Corned Beef, 2 lb. Cans;
Cases Corned Tongue, 2 lb. cans;
Cases Cooked Ham, 2 lb. cans;
Cases Pigs Feet, 2 lb. cans;
CASES OP CiUsLF SHRIMPS !
Cases Fresh Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. cans;
Cases Fresh Lobsters, 1 and 2 lb. cans;
Cases Fresh Oysters, 1 and 2 lb. cans;
CAL.IF01tIIA CKACKEKS !
Soda, Milk, Wine, Wafer. Water, Graham and
Santa Clara Crackers,
Jenny Lind and Ginger Cakes, Nick Nacks, &c.
Cases and Boxes Saloon Bread,
Buckwheat, Flour, 10 lb. bags;
Cracked Wheat, 10 lb. bags;
.Oatmeai, 10 lb. bags;
Cornmeal, 10 lb. bags;
1 - - - Avena, 10 lb. bag9;
Half Boxes White Macaroni,
Half Boxes White Vermicelli,
HALF BOXES TABLE RAISINS !
Bbls. Soft Shell Almonds. Bbls. Eng. Walnuts,
Golden Gate Extra Family Flour,
Golden Gate Superfine Flour,
Golden Gate Graham Flour,
Bags Humboldt Potatoes,
Cases Silver Skin Onions,
A General Assortment of Vegetable and
FOR SALE BY H. MAY & CO.
Ex J. A, Falklnbiirg,
Sacks of Good Oregon Oats,
Sacks of Good Oregon Bran,
FOR SALE BY H. MAY & CO.
Ex R. C. Wylie,
An Invoice of English, German & French
Groceries and Condiments,
SELECTED BY HENRY MAY,
For Sale by
so 29 2t II- MAY & Co.
For Your Ovm Advantage !
SPARE 0E 3I0MKM AND READ THIS
Juuanu Street, Consisting of
A FIUTE STOCK
Dry Goods, Clothing !
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
Just Imported per " Zealandia,"
LOOK AX THESE FIGURES,
Fine Cassimeres, $1.25 cents a yard;
Silks, $150 to $1.75 a yard-,
Fine French, American & English Prints !
From 8 to li cents per yard ;
Water-proofs, 75 cents to $1 per yard;
O I U O TROTHS!
Linen Damasks, bleach and unbleach, at 75
cents per yard;
A FIXE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Linen Dresses, 3 pieces, well trimmed, $5 each;
A Fine Selected Stock of Children's Dresses, $3 to $5 each
Linen Damask Napkins, from 83 cents to $1 per dozen;
A Splendid Asst. of Ladies Shawls,
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
LADIES' & GENT'S KID RIDING GLOVES,
IN ALL COLORS.
100 Dozen Gents and Boys Fins White and Colored
. Shirts, at Greatly Reduced Prices;
a Great Many Other Goods, too Xamerovs
This Large Stock of Goods
fVat Selected by me in San Francisco,
HOlGHT CHEAP for CASH,
And will be
aaEhSi"'?r LOCATED IN WAIALUA,
sd tSrtl'y. 1.1" to tbe "nkT Poblic Horses rained
so iea witn nsy. or ns.tr. a.j.n. r, :
linSeMealiT.. P $2.00
lodging per Night...'"""! 2
Board per Week. 60
r 'urtbe, panic,.TPp.y Vtned.oro.th,
Ml lm 8. N. KMIRSON.
D. C. MUEEAY !
IVEW FRUIT !
SIX HUNDRED DOZEN
GOLDEN GATE TABLE FRUITS!
SELECTED AND PUT UP FOR THE UN
dersigned, and imported
DIRECT FROM THE
CANNERY AT SAN JOSE 1 t
Cases Table reaches,
" Bartlett Pears.
2 dz. each case,
" Eeg Plums. "
Columbia Plums. "
Golden Drop Plums,"
Green Gage Plums, "
Red Cherries, "
White Cherries, 44
Assorted Fruits, "
200 DOZEN GOLDEN GATE
JAMS AIVI JELLIES?
Cases Raspberry Jam,
" Currant Jam,
" Quince Jam,
" Apricot Jam,
" Peach Jam,
" Green Gage Jam,
41 Plum Jam,
" Assorted Jams,
" Assorted Jellies,
2 dz. each case,
HF. BBLS, CUBE SUGAR, 100 lbs arb,
BOXES CUBE SUGAR, 25 lbs. each.
FOR SALE BY
Henry Eay & Co.
JUST RECEIVED !
NEW TEAS, NEW TEAS
This Season's Packing.
Choicest Japan Tea, ia 5 lb. lacquered boxes;
Choicest Japan Tea, in 3 lb. lacquered boxes;
Choice Japan Tea, in 5 lb. plain boxes;
Choice Japan Tea, 30 lb. chests, in 1, , and
i lb. packets;
Good Japan Tea, 30 chests, in lb. packets;
Finest Oolong Tea, in 15 lb. bxs. comet brand
Finest Comet Congou Tea, in 5 lb. boxes;
Finest Comet Pekoe Tea, in 10 lb. boxes;
Good China Tea, in 36 lb. boxes;
A Very Choice Combination Tea,
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
For Sale by H. MAY & CO.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CATTLE,
IIORSKS, 4c, grating on the Wailtiku or Waikspu
Common, are requested to remove the same, if not commuted
for on or before the 1st day of Jane. 1870. After said date all
Cattle, lie., found tresspassing- will be impounded according to
lasr. All persons wishing to run cattle, ate, on said commons,
can do so by applying to
HENRY CORN WELL & CO..
N. B. No driving- Horses, Cattle. 4c, or branding allowed
on said commons without the permission of the said Cornwell
& Co., or their authorized agent.
Wailuku. May 22, 1876. my 26 tf
FOE S Ea 33
Bark Mattie Macleay !
From Portland, Oregon
BBLS. OF EXTRA FLOUR !
r - ,
Cases of Fresh Pilot slread,
Bpaulding Sugar Cured Hams, Sacks of Bran,
Sacks of Oats, Backs of Potatoes,
No. 1 Columbia River Salmon !
60 Half bbls. Ditto.
Cases Spaulding's Best Lard, In 10 lb. tins;
Cases t lb. tin Oysters, Chests Best Japan Te,
100,000 CEDAR SHINGLES!
100,000 Cedar Posts,
Boxes California Brooms,
Best Corn Brooms,
Best Cedar Pails and Buckets,
BARRELS AND HALT BARRELS
Best Bourbon Wliisky !
GREEN, MACFARLANE & Co.
UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
notice, that be will not be responsible for the safe keep-
Ins; or Ales, Wines and upiriu snipped ty me ecnooner
" MARION," unless marked " per Cabin."
Master Schooner Marion."
Honolulu, Sept-16, 1877. sel6 St
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
ONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
THE BASK. OF C1L1F0BM1, SAX I21VCISC0,
AMD TBI BIB 4 GISTS IX
THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION, LONDON,
AID THBIB BEASCBKa IS
And Transact a General Banking Business. ap21 ly
riIHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
M to furnish to the trade, in quantities to suit, a superior
Hawaiian Preserved Meats,
OTHER STYLES OF PRESERVED BEEF !
Prepared by a New Scientific Process by 11. ECKABT,
at bit Factory in Waimea, Hawaii.
Ml r. A. BCHAEFfcK It CO.
CASTLE COOKE HAVE ON HAND'
And. Kxpoct SHortly !
FROM SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK & ENGLAND,! oh
PAWS PLOWS, ROLLING COULTERS, MDLINB STEEL PLOWS I
Steel Horse Plows, xl and xO; Moline, No. 40 and 80; Eagle, No. 20 and 2;
Plow Beams, Handles and Extra Points, Ox Yokes, Ox Bows, Planters' Hoes T
Cultivators and Horse Hoes, Garden Hoes, Canal Barrows. Wheel Barrw vr:
SHOVELS, SPADES, OO'S 6c BAKES, PICK MATTOCKS, BKLTINO, CKNTRIR OAI. L!MVil Rinnrr s.V...
AXE MATTOCKS. PICK AXE3,f LKDOKS, CANK KNIVK8, 1U I1HKII PACKINO AtVVm I'A ru 1,, WKTAt:
CANJC HATCIIKTS, SCYTHES, HANDLED AXES. HEMP PACKING. AhUtfToS PACKINU, AfUKfTon
A Superior Assortment of j
SHELF HARDWARE, AT LOWEST PRICES !
Self-heat Irons, Axles, half patent snJ steel, 1 snd 1 1-8 inch; Bar Iron, sll siLCii lloun.l Iron, 3-D to 1 luchi MaMii
niogham Backets, Rope, All sites, to M inch; Cut Nails, 3d to 60d; Cut Piki-s and Wrought Nails, Mors Nails, Horse rhuM '
No. 1 to 2, fore and bind; India Rubber Hose, 1, 1, It, 1 j and 2 inch, very clir-an; Itoiled and Raw Oil, W hile tesd and yM
Paint, Green Paint, Chrome and Paris; a Good Assortment of Paints in Uil, in 1 and 2 lb. ;
FIRE-PROOF ASBESTOS PAINT, BEST ARTICLE IN MARKET I
Galvanized Tubs, Pails and Wash Basins. Taint, VarnUh, W. W. Ptencil, lilacs iiif Brushes,
Centrifugal, Teeth, Crumb, Nail and Hair llrushes.
ii GOOD ASSORTIVFT of
Pure English Spice, Carbonate Soda and Cream Tartar, Golden Gate and Oregon flour, Eroh Corn Meal,
Cracked Wheat, 4c, Assortment of Tin and Galvanized Ware.
Agents for Dr. Jayne's Celebrated Patent SIrdlrlnrs, '
Agents for Singer and Wilcox and LI bos' Sewing Math lues
Agents for the Genuine Asbestos Covering Main 11,
Agents for the Llsnt Powder Company,
Agents for the Make Steam Pomps,
Three Fine Pianos, from Celebrated Boston Manufactures !
sc 29 qr
WE II II I RECEIVED I
mm AND CAMBRIC DRESSES
And 1,000 Other Ai-IIcIcn.
H-A-STIC I HASTE I ! HASTE ! ! !
tea m o i-
DUANU 9TRERT, HAS IMPORTED
FINK LOT Of
MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING
SELECTED BV HIMSELF IN SAN FRANCISCO.
Men's and Boy's Boots & Shoes
GAITERS AND SHOES !
For Sale si Renble Ralra. se8 1m
A NOT HER INVOICE OF THOSE JUSTLY
Melbourne Preserved Meats,
Comprised in part as follows:
0x antl siieep TonKucs !
EQl AL TO ANT PATE DE F0IS CRAS,
Also Cases of:
Roast Beef, Boiled Beef, Roast Mutton, Boiled Mutton,
Irish Stew, Ilotch Potch. Tripe (plain).
Tripe and Onions, Harricot Mutton,
Ox Cheek and Vegetables,
Spiced Beef, Spiced Mutton,
Bisoles (seasoned). Romp Stesk Slew,
Collard Ilead, Beef a la Mode;
Soups, in 20 different varieties !
Ox TaJ, Mulligatawny, Julienne, Beche Je Mer,
Mock Turtle, Kidney, Prince of Wales,
Pats d Italie, Mutton Broth,
Orary, Maecaroni, etc, etc.
(Prepared according to tbe directions of Baron Lie-big )
This extract of meat, la superior to any that has ever been
offered in Honolulu.
These meals are preserved in tvioo, and are GUARAN
TEED to remain PERFECTLY SWEET, for any length of
ume, in any cumaie.
Just Oie tiring for Picnics, and Parties re tiding on
the oilier Islands.
Islands Orders respectfully solicited and filled at prices to
defy com petition.
Order tbe Melbourne Meat Preserving Co.'s Meats, and yon
can rely upon EVERT TIN being In perfect order.
For sale only by
FRIEL, fc. liCSII,
au 25 Fart Kireei.
CHAS. T. CULICK,
AGENT TO TAKE
Interior OSes, Honolulu.
NOTICE ! !
SUGAR MACHINERY ! !
''HE i;mkiisimnki hah just
A Ct-IVKU per Mall from (he celebrated
OLAHG0W IRON WORKS OF
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
Exact particulars of the cost of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of seventeen different capacities ranging
IOSO I,la. Smumr 1st IU HoMrsj al si C'o.l of
21 0, f st Plrtl.rlaaa VnrsiMus I'ss
PlNMt snake 18 Taste ( SM.
sjr In IO Hears nl st rsil
The undersigned are prepared to receive orders lor such
... rrcciT nroers lor such
hlnery.andto arrange for freisht on same to be shli.Md
f "W IRON CLIPPER B1IIP now bU.Lli
WH1??10' bur,,,!n''0 " GLASGOW on or about
uvuiiiij,siiMi tts nrrKriprf;
tbe !6tn of February nest.
' m -'d" "'' "t Machinery and other Euro
pean Merchandise to be shipped by ths above vessel, should
ie sent to the nnderslsnrd durlnv the nnt.ii. u..j1i
not later than October 10th. Rale of frelsht arranged r.
28 GREEN, MACFARLANA CO.
" The Challenge Standard
, , V J
9 LV KKLF-R EC UL. AT I NG V I IN I
M. MILL in the World, and when materia! astd, fewer,
Workmsnship and Durability iri miiir.i ii ia ftknnwl
edged to be the
CHEAPEST 1MII-JIIU HOW IX ISE
We are the ONLY Manufacturers lo the World of
THE DOUBLE-HEADER WIND-MILL
For power purposes, such ss running Custom
Grist Milis and Peed Mills.
ALWAYS VICTORIOUS AT FAIRS
And I'rsirilral Teals.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
Far Irrljcatlaa aid ramplac Water far
Stof k Farm r Family t'r.
trr Two of the latter are now here and can be seen on P
plication to the undersigned.
For further particulars, address
CHALLENGE MILL CO.,
Bstavla, III., V. . A.
Or JAMES 8. LEMON,
HetnaJnln. II. I. Ju2ii!L
POLAR OIL !
UEH moi Tll'l
FOR 8AL.E Iir