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M GOODS !
BY C- S. BARTOW.
t . ir u err ion,
: : : : JULY 11th,
a. it ,.'.!. ks rn.i's"'"'
A tAR iE A.BrMr.ST Of
Iiia Provisions !
lilzg. Cimphor Tracks,
tr Setteas, etc.
TATI'jri AR PRE pOSTEM-
ON THURSDAY, JULY lOlh,
At 10 o'clock A. M . t Sates Ko-.m, will be l
. I Brine fitted with elegant accommodations, and built ex-
V lUlIHIInl I presaly for this route by her owner, joun u. eprecaiea, twi-
I I offers superior uitfucemeuis to smjpcr. uui p.cub:i.
And a variety ot otner Mer cnanuibe Jy
FOR SAX FRANCISCO
The American Sthooner Yacht
" CLAUS SPRECKLES ! "
Lately arrived from Kahului, and making the extraordinary
ly quick time of cine and a half days.
Will Have Q,uiclc IDispatch,
on her return trip, to the above port.
KEW MATTIAO I
Best Contract Matting.
both colored t.nd white,
JUST RECEIVED FIIOM HONGKONG !
By the Iiktn. M1GXOX. Also, a Small Invuice of
Very Fine Tea, Camphor Trunks !
Best Quality in this Marktt, etc., fjr silt- by
jul4 3 in
Corner of Kinir and Nuuanu Streets.
WM. O. IRWIN CO., Agent.
K. I. ADAMS. Amrfr.
" CMIiKRoOP TIIK IMTiriC' COM.
.'Ji.I AbW Kll-B. n- r. Ut- January 2hh,
!U f March 1
'mt thu oc
K TO AM' I'KKSOS Wn
tt o- h in! rmaiioo a iei'i to t '-'
t ' ,f . trap -r tb'fi"lfb anl kill Pigeons
B .niJulii. ni-tiaiiT in Nuuanu l alter.
17 l. DAY TuN, Deputy M.nhal.
H-TriNfi OK TIIK STOfKIIOLU.
"Tf the URITIII CLUB h-l i on the iWth June, the
'Vk-tneo Krrr rhon a OSff of the Corporation
tfmv n ki iU N
lint cLji SiMrar puliation
1 .1 NOTICE
llJ CIl4.f'K FOR INVKSTMKNT.
. 4 d r ptenib-r lt. of tliii
hw x arrti if,
r L-tO uuo
..f kk-o -.it i- f n. 1fiO iii 12Go ton. n ill c.in-
. IL, tr r . . O tohr. liTS It' Plan tot ioo has
ni . ir-H f -und a Wulrt, Cart. c. Mach.nery
4ri- r.a cix.h aeren or eigni 'n ler aay.
orrr -ur. f ' j "ktVv p. i o t i t.
U, TO Tlir PUBLIC!
t All AM) E EMli a iv . i
2 ' te hri.l on or abrot the
jth of November
twftt , i, far.d f..r enlariinr Port St. Church.
taXiuTii of Panry Articl-. Cortoltie,or otner
nki f.n that f.-i"n, will f-e trraiemny receivei
II. IIo.rn, .Mr. P. C. Jonr. or .Mm Jlcleo H
JllD Ml' A J1SEXCK FROM HIIS
JKXm mr va. II. II. WILLIAM.-. U authorned to
drfii!l rx.wrof attorney.
lamr 10. OT9. (juU 4l C. K. WILLIAM.".
(O - .MV AHSKNCE FROM THE
Mr 1. K. yl wUl art f..r me undr full pow-
w. c. Parke.
LANDS FOR SALE.
!AC"TS OF I.XI KXOW.V AS
Jfl ""t .Miumau, aituited in the listrrt of H.Io.
r,r P. A. tCH AtFKK & Co.
1 e a Term eay.
, tr, a i i-ly to
VofcRSIO'KI. ACKXT.H OP TIIK
tf l-m;n Fire Ir.uranre Company, are author
.ire l' .k in !'iarhei WoiMl-n Muil.lmif and oo
Machinery, etc.. on the KHerenl Iiland
lf A r bAViaf KA TEi.
MtUuUr4, iH !y t
i t. A. SCIIAtPra k CO.. Aget,U.
fie Iron Works,
Xlills, Engines, Boilers,
B Or J -r cl Mr. f. . Tratt. Executor ol the 1st lie of E. T
Walnut Sideboard, China Sofa,
Koa Tables, Walnut Cane Chairs,
Walnut Wardrobe, Washstand,
Chamber Set, 5 pieces;
Walnut Bureau, Rocking Chair
Bolsters and Pillows.
Lot of Bedding.
Lot of Crockery,
Lot of Clothing.
One Top Buggy,
A us j
100 Bags of China Rice,
Baskets of Pumpkins,
Baskets of Fish,
Lot of Tinman's Machines,
Folding, Grooving. Wiring, Burring,
and Setting Down Machines, 3
C. 8. BKTOV. Aoct'r.
King Street, near Fort.
v JOHN' XKII'I'. MACHINIST. IIAVINQ
fC returned to Honolulu, would rejectluJly announce to
hi former patrons and the public generally, that tie
Ttr ha re-commence-1 bumeja in but old line at the
above place, and aill give his attention to the
Repairing of all kinds of Light Machinery
and Metal Work,
i'lre-irms and Stwlnj; Marklne a Specialty
ju23 Sled Stamp Made to Order.
Fox Portland O.
THE FAST SAIUKQ BAEKESTIXE
cfrr- .Trine V. F'allcirVbiii"-,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight or passage, apply to
j5 CASTLE Ac COOKE. Agent.
Fox Saxi Francisco.
Tbr A in. Unrkralinr
G3 XT 3Fl JISL.A. ,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or passage, apply t
i2l II. HACKPELU A. CO., AgenH.
For San Francisco,
riIIAT I. THE UXIKRMXEO,llAVKGlVKX
J. totheKev. A. MACKINTOSH a Power if Attorney to
collect and receive all moneys due and otving to n:e, and no
bther person is authoriz-U to.rective moneys on my account.
The receipt of Mr. Mackintosh will be 'he only le?al dirharge
aftir this date. w. j. rawi ins.
Honolulu, Jane 3, 179. ; iu' lf
flWO ADJACENT IOTS US THE MACK A
JL fide of Young Street. .Vs. 2-' and 23. immediately makai
ofMr. T. O. Thrum's residence.' Title Royal Patent, No. 10.
Size of each lot. 101 leet front by 153 feet deep. Apply to
Ey virtue of the Authority ill me vested by Chapter
XXXI. of the Civil Code cf this Kingdom, I, Samuel G.
Wilder, Minister of Iutcrior, do hereby require and di
J net, that all Corporations created under, or by virtue of
the said Cliapttr u t being eleeniosiuary, religcus, litrr
, ary or educatioual shall, on the fourth Monday ot the
I month of July in each year, present a full and accurate
, e xhibit of the State of its affairs to me at my office, made
I up to the fir-t day of July, preceding the making of stii h
Pated this third day of Julv A
S.VM L G. WILDKI;
Mr. I. Lima has this day bet n appointed Road Super
visor for the Inland of MoR.kai vice J. Kaluapihaole? re-
j signed. . SAMX G. WILDER,
I i?" :t Mini-tor of the Interior.
FOR SALE ! A BARGAIN ! !
riMlOSE VERY UEli;.lH"'' i-nr..tu:r
I .it nam! on Punchbowl Street, and also fronting on Miller
Street. There is on the premises, a two-story dwelling house.
double front, wila verandas, leilea tiirougr.oui msiuc, auu
built within the last two years. Also, a poou new ciiMsfi
with dining room, store room, kitchen, ana otner out-nojst-s.
The lot contains about half an acre, with pood pasturage.
Government water laid on through the lot. Title perfect, l or
particulars, enquire of . jei.-ti t i.A.iut.r-,
iu7 - Kaahumanu Street.
THE CLIPPER SCHONER
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
Tor Freight or Passage, apply to
iu21 II. I1ACKFELI) fc Co., Agents.
For San Francisco.
The Favorite American EarV
Will Sail for above Port with Dispatch.
Tor freight or passage, having superior accommodations
jul Yi M C IRWIX & CO., Agents.
NEW YORK AM) IIOXOL.I L.17
DIRECT LINE OF PACKETS I
CJall axul See
DEALER I G EXEK A L 1 EK tHA in
at Honokaa, Hamakua, Hawaii, where you will find a
laree and well selected Assortment of lry Uoo.ls, Urcent s
and Hardware. Also Lurcbur. l'cors, gash, Blinds, ails,
11019. Oils. etc.
ty Special Orders for Builtlitir Material filled at Lowol
Marktt Kaiea. "i''-"1"
The Honolulu Book-Bindery,
DOES BINDING of ALL DESCRIPTIONS
The Work executed at this Establishment is under the
supervision of MR. JOHN L. REES, who is well-known as
an experienced workman, ana cannoi vt juriu.tfu.
Work -Done at Lowest Rater
WHITNEY i. ROBERTSOX,
stationers, Publishers, New Dealers and Book-Binders.
The regular annual public examinations of the Gov
eminent English Pay School- in Honolulu, will Le held
On Wednesday, July 2:;d, at the Fort Street School.
On Thursday, July 24th, at the Royal School.
On Friday, July 2".th, at the Tohukaina School.
The Examinations will begin at 9 A. M. on each of the
days above named, and the summer vacation will extend
until Monday, September l.'tlr, 1S70, from which date a
new term will begin.
By Ord. rcf the Board of Education.
W. JAS. SMITH, School Agent.
EdiuTition Ortii e. July 1st, 19. j3 3t
. S. Cl'XHA PROPRIETOR
MEKCUANT STREET, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c
A KRAFT & SONS,
" rANl'FA CTl'RERS OF J EWELRV A NO
xL dealer in Watches and Watch Materials. We make the
business of Opticians a specialty. Hotel Street, a few door
east of Fort Street, near Ir. Mrtlrew's residence, Honolulu,
and 221 Broome ttreet. New ork. my 10 6m
WII. CROSSMAX Si IIRO.. 118 tUAjllir.it
STREET. NEW YORK, AGENTS. (TT A First
Class Vessel will be laid on for Honolulu,.
To Sail not Later than the Middle of June.
Havinir already secured a considerable freight for this vessel,
there will be no delay in sailing.
rr For Freight or Passage, apply to the Agents above
named. mum m
FOR SA1V FRAIVCISCO.
THE SI'LEXOID STEAMSHIP
niHK IXDKRSICXEI) IS NOW PRE.
I V A R ED to fill Orders for rtingle Specimen or Complete
Setts of Hawaiian terns, unmounted, ou short notice.
PrUf 10 frnti Ijith, or $10.00 for the S:U or 115.
The Specimens are btautifully preserved, regaining their nat
ural green, ami moat of the varieties have a portion of the root.
Ordrr Isr Moiling ' M ut Include Ptagr,
mM TUOS. O. THRUM.
AT KALIIII Chicken Rnnrb.
Thorourhbre-l Berkshire Pie, of the 1
Crown I'rlnce. Bjtlee aud."amto laroili'-,a
uuw ready lr ne and fur sale:
I Df rk-hlrt Doar, 10 months old,
1 BrrLshlre Coar, li months old, $12.
U.,th cf these pii were awarded the Silver Cup at the Sac
ramento State Fair by the Co'Jimittee on Swine.
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, July 7th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
rr TT .-t. TT . V TVT "TTfc T A. t
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, JULY 14th,
II. nACKFELD & Cel., Agents.
GosiU for Shipment per Slemner nu how
. . k . . .1 Si'- .r I, i. ri'.. in tli Flrrnrool
.-..w. . , . - I . w w
Wnrrh.o.e u..r the S,cn.... r Wl.nrf. jal 79 A lVlOnitOr tlOTSe rOWer. lieWs
- . . . . .
Contracting-, Consulting nui Alnin2: Knfrtnfor!
HAVING ESTABLISHED RELATIONS
with Eminent Engineering Firms in Great Britain, is
prepared to give Plans, Specifications and Estimate for all
kinds of Machinery. He is also ready to undertake the loca
tion of Sugar Plantations, the Construction of Wharves and
Landing Places. the Survey and Construction of Railways,
Tramways, Water Leads, a'lumes, &c. Ac , the superintend
ence of any works in course of construction, and all other work
in the Engineering Line.
lie also offer his services as am nor or Appraiser to uu
who may require them.
trj" OFFICE, corner of Kaahuruanu and Queen Streets, Ho
nolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
OFFICE HOURS . From 9 A. M. to 4 P. M- ap2b 5m
WE BEG LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that we have sevenl
Tracts of Land suitable iW Cane Culture,
in the Hamakua District of Hawaii, situate between the lands
of Waipio and Kaholalele, along the Hamakua C iast, which
are well known to be the most prolific in Sugar Cane of any
lands on the Hawaiian Islands, yielding from
FOUR TO SIX TONS PER ACRE,
with very indifferent cultivation.
We also wish to inrorm the public who are in want or
iforkinjr Oxen and Horses,
for use on the lands in the district, that there is an unlimiled
supply for beef and dralt, together with many other facilities
available that cannot be described in a short newspaper ad
vertisement. J. P. PA UK Kit,
SAM L PARKER.
P.S. All particulars rcitiirding terms of leasehold, purchase
of lands, cattle, horses, and all necessary information will be
freely fur nulled by MR. SAMUEL PARKER, at Kawaihae,
n aimea, I'aauhnu. Mana, or at any ol his places ol ouHiness
in-the districts of Hamakua or S. Koli.il.i, Hawaii. my3 3m
Be rr ksowx to all whom it may concern, that John
M. Morton, .Es.juire, having this day presented to this
Department his Commission from His Excellency R. B.
Hayes, president of the United. States of America, he
the said John M. Morton, Esquire, is hereby acknow
ledged, by order of the Kinft, as Consul of the United
States at Honolulu, Oaliu, and adjacent parts within the
same allegiance, ami all his offic ial acts as such are
ordered by His Majesty to receive frill faith and credit
by the authorities of His Government.
Given under my Hand, and with the
St'al of the Hawaiian Kingdom, at
the Foreign Office, this ltth day
of June, A. D. 1ST9.
Sam'l G. Wilder,
Acting Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Lease of Government Land.
On Suturdny, July 5, lttT'J, at 12 o'clock noon, will be
sold at Public Auction, at the front entrance of Aliiolani
Hale, the lease of Government Land as follows:
That portion of Keonr-rtance near Mr. Morris premiers
in Kalihi Valley, adjoining the kuleana of Kanaina, (uow
Mitchell) containing about 20 acres, a portion of which
is well suited for bananas. Term five years. Upset price
i.tu t.er Minium, navable semi-annually in advance.
S.vm'l G. Wildeb, Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, May 30..1W79. niyjJ
Lease of Government Land.
The lease for five vears ef one lot on the Esplanade,
5(ixl(K) fe t, will be sold by Tublie Auction at the Aliiola
ui Hale on Tuesday, the 5th day of Auguni, 197'.), at 12 M.
Upset pri -e 150 dollars per annum.
The location and all other information can be obtained
at the office of the Interior Department.
SAMX G. WILDER,
jyo lui Minister ol the Interior
SATURDAY, JULY 5.
Our thanks are due to C:ipt. Hubbaul of
the barkenline J. A. Fulkinbcrj, (which innde a
quick trip of 11 days from Portland) for Oieon pa
pers to June 17.
Kmguts ok Jei'.isai.km The- Privy Coii'icil at its
last meeting granted a charter of incorporation t
the- Kuigbts' of Jerusalem.' a new association or
eecret order, organized for charitable, social and
intellectual pin poses.
Mcsk'. The land will play this afternoon at
Emma Sare, at naif-past 4 o'clock The follow
ing is the programme :
March The Union llaiue
Overture Fra Piavolo Auber
Cavatina Oberto Verdi
Waltz Artist Life Strauss
Selection The Sonnnmbula Bellin
Galop The Hermit Bells Millard
Select School Examination. The annual exam
ination of Miss Agnes Aylett's school will take place
on Friliy, July 20, at Miss M. Christina's echoed
room on Fort street. The exhibition exercises will
take place on Saturd ty, the 2oth. Miss Aylett'a
scholars number about one hundred, anl the school
is one of the best conducted and useful institutions
for the education of youth in our city.
A Sign-. " One swallow elors not luuko a s-mi-ruer,"
although it is premonitory of coining warm
weather. .So the threatened tiivutc by the- Chi
ne'se laborers at Ilanalei in opposition to the? 'ii
forcement of the .Sunday law, as re-lated by a tor
responde'iit in to-day's paper, is quil.- significant
of what we may expe'et " in the good time coining."
when the heathen Chinee has become numerous
enough to assert himself.
Larceny by a Constable. On the last trip ol
the Likvlike to Hawaii a number of packages of
coin were landed nt Kohala, and placed tempoia
rily in the private room of the restaurant keeper
at the Mabukona lauding. Shortly after, one
package containing 100 was missed. A consta
ble was suspected and arrested and is to be tried
for the theft. It is reported that the money was
Dkuxkenness rl.v Riot. Letters from the dis
trict of Kau, Hawaii, represent that drunkenness
has of late become very prevalent among the na
tives there, especially in the neighborhood of Pu
naluti. The refuse molasses from a sugar planta.
tion after a brief fermentation makes an article of
"swipes'' that will canse drunk to coine, with
people of ordinary weak brains, like many Hawai-
lans. here are tne ponce 7
Pike at Makawao. On Tuesday last, at Maka
wao, East Maui, two large trash houses with their
contents on llaldwin's Plantation, were destroyed
by Gre. The loss is estimated at about three thou-
T.ist nf Lififinses Exuirillff in Jlllv. 7Q. sand dollars. The Gre is believed to have origina
ted from sparks irom tne mill chimney
Notice is hereby civen that all Licenses must be at
plied for r'.ire.tt to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Mieriil have inotructions to pro
secute without iliscn tion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
JSA.M I. et. ILULII,
Minister of the Interior.
Inte rior Office, April DO, 187'.'.
was at once ordered for new buildings. We un
derstand that the Baldwin estate is prospering,
having not far from two hundred acres of very fine
cane, well advanced.
:Et a Xj :E3 .
-''Mr riirs, 20 to IOOeacb,
...a . i ; . ,, ! r "Vjat oof ha If
I'.it k.-: r.. : :m - boroushbrcd
. v. a, 15 litters will
- nian Hot I.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' LIKELIKE;
nb v EVAPORATORS,
Description of iron work
.) v-;ih Si'jir Pltv'j.
tad Terms -Ipp'j t
otb E. P. ADAMS,
A m fr tli lliwaiian Il.in.U.
II. I FOR IV I A
E 7 i li ? i f a c f ii r i u a
I 1 T I O IV W
J lUjllillTlB !
EX IZZ HONOLULU,
o other pails of the Islands.
2 INC FURNITURE !
' CAN HAVE THEIR
XSHed al Lowest Rales
3L . tWvMr. E. I. ADAMS.Q-.vco Street,
snjive CaUloue with Trices.
ii f L. . HOrP, Kins St.,
Valnut Bedroom Sets !
K Wnlnut Dinini f'hair.
' 1 Oa Cane Srat Dininic Chair.
4 Crdir Bedroom Arts.
(li P.ns Curau. c, Ac. ,c.
flft, Agent forHaw'n Is.
Ex. Alphonsie Zelie. Ella. Forest Queen
and J. A. Falkinburg.
tOO !!!- Calir.rtiia Oat and Wheat HaV;
I 7 Ti-ns Titu'.thv, fvl fr Jcrey cows;"
U Tons Itran, U l 'r.s Uats.
myl Sm'l TorPalc by I'EIRCE Si CO.
NOTICE TO PLANTERS!
ri'HK UNDERSIGNED. AS A MEMBE
M. of the Staff of the Hawaiian OnTernment Surveying Party,
having carefully examined personally most parts eff the sever
al Itlunds ol this Kmirlom, now respecthiliy offers his services
to Sugar Planters and others who may require
and other modes of transport, as purchasing
Agent or Advising Engineer.
He proceeds direct by this steamer to Boston, L. S. A., and
having every facility for so doing, will fjroish, on application,
rian, Spftlflritlon-i add Etlmatf f Cost for Iron
Bridget, Iron IIoDses, Railways with Bridges
and Boiling Stork of All Descriptions.
Also, Machinery of Every Description
lor the Manufacture of Sujar and Cleacing and Preparing Rice
fr the Market.
Address in Boston, LINCOLN CABOT,
Civil Kngrineer. Koom 6, No. 131 Devonshire Street.
P. 8. Inquiries addressed to C. T. Culick, in Honolulu, will
receive prompt attention. my 24 tf
..Circuit of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hawaii
..Circuit of Hawaii
R,rTOf.URr ON THE VKT
flV'itlCK on the l!and of Hawaii, io the
aar.lK'a.l-nuartcrs at t a.!a. Is thankful
(S riwtrict. Hawaii. June jul I 6m
CE THIS I
II O TZ IV H
i. btirvn Nuoana Fort.
m atr m 1
K lMUtifxcutarr warrantrd to be
4 all Poisonous Substances
1LD t'll E.4 PER than Imported
' - t-anj.es. 19
X", MTi:RX.nflLT FOt'R
ter1 - erior make; jut the cart
OIA4 - C.liitliWEItiCO.
i2llk POTATOES I
11)11 SALE DV
OOLI.ES Ac CO.
i M) POTATOES. RECEIV-
. jur.e Uth . Ii7. tr sale by
rnUK I'NDKRSIGNED BEG LEAVE TO
si notify the rmthc that they have perfected their arrange
ment, and are now prepared to lurubh to consumers any nl
ALL KINDS OF STOCK FEED
Wheat, Oats, Barley, Alfalfa and Manlenle Hay,
Oats, Bran. Barlr), Wbtat,Coro, Mlddllnfrs,
3III1 Teed, Oil Calfc.Meal, Cratked Corn, Ete.
Having a First Class Mill,
We are Prepared to fill All Qrders for
Ccro Meal, or any kind of 0 round Graio. OrJ.-rs lelt for
Mixed Feed, I. e.. Hay Cot and Urain Uroond, bagged and
delivered, will be prom ft ly attended to. Uroond Urain is
from Cfty to one bondrt-d per cent, more economical than
V bole Grain, to feed to slock. We have a tare? aod com mo.
dious Warehouse. 1 iOxSO. near the Steamer Whiff, where we
can accommodate persons who rrqui.e storage; and oar build
ing is rain prorf, rat proof and wind proof. Also. ttock
Vid attached l oor Warcbooe. here we are prepared to
arrommodaie Mules. Horses, etc.. and guarantee them plenty
of Gxl Feed and attention, at reasonable rates. Plantation
orlrrs. as well as all other, will be thankfully received and
promptly attended lj. OFFIC'K on For Street, next door to
Lucas' New shp.
mhl 6m LA IXE 1 CO.
Oats, Bran, Barley, Corn,
Ground Barley, Ground 0at5.
Cracked Corn and "Wheatfor Chickens.
A iNE LOT OF
AEW ZEALAAD OATS
GROUND FEED ALWAYS ON HAND !
Aid warranted j.kkI, fnh Craiu.nt,.! it is
Forty tQ Fifty per cent, more Economical
than Whole Graip. and we Sell
it at the same Price.
A Lot of Fresh California Lime,
A ( fi.'i't pri linrrrl lis Ll
I niITm ... I.AI.NK A CO
Tuesday, July 1, 6 p m.......
Tuesday, July 8. S p m
Tuesday, July 13, 6pm
Tuesday, July 22, & p m
Tuesday, July '9, 6 p m. ........... .
Tuerday. Auj 5, 5 p m. .............
Tuesday, Aug 12, 5 p m
Tuesday, Aug 19, 6 p m....
Tu--sday, Aug 26, 6 p m
Tuesday, ept 2, 5 p m
Tue?.lay, Sept 9, 5 p m..
Tuesday, Sept 16, 5 p m
Tuesday, nept 2J, & p m
Tuesday, Sept SO, 5 p m
No Credit for Passage Money !
We nnsitivelv decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention or the traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly marked; the
-Steamer will not be responsible (or any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted for.
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND !
In all cases of Frelaht lot parties not tesponslhle or un
known, the Freight Money will be required in advance.
PACKAGES OF LIQUORS AND WISES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, must be made within one
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
tt Hack Stivers, Bovi. and such like, will not be. allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passeDgers
have reen landed.
mhS 79 WILUKK V to.
9. C. ALLE5. t. P. HOBISSOW.
ALLEN & KOBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LUMBER and all kinds of BUILDINU MATERIALS
Pi.ir.ts, Oils, Nails, Ac, kc. .
aCRSTs roa sckoonrhs
UALEAKALA, ' .
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (ly
JGEXT OF THE FOl.LOmS Q COASTF.RS :
Waioli, ' "
FLAG. Red with White Ball. OFFICE, Corner of
Tustiu's improved patent, ith Shaft and Fly-wheel
For Ono, Two or Four Horses !
JUST THE THING I OR
Xnnipiiir or Siiwin? !
ALSO, H CALIiORMA IIA1 AM) ( KAIV,
By recent Arrivals
200 I3bls?. Fresh Limo, Clicap,
apl9 3m ' LAINE&CO.
KEROSENE OIL, 'PRIDE OF THE WEST
III E HIGHEST FIRE TEST IN THE
;lace. as per Government Certificate, 1 32 ; and pure
spring WATER WHITE. A small lot cf this Superior Oil
Just received by m24 LOLLES i CO.
RECEIVED BV LATE ARRIVALS VIZ t
Lady Lamson, KaUkaua, Disuovcry, and Australia.
Golden Gate, Extra Family, Bakers' fxtra, & Eldorado Flour.
Cracked wheat. Corn Meal, Oat .Meal, n heat, Oats,
Ground Barley, Bran, Hay, and for sale by
my21 BOI.LE3 A: CO.
BOILED AND HAW PAINT OIL,
CJTOCKIIOLM TAR. WILMINGTON TAIt,
Coal Tar. Pitch, Tar Oil, Black arnish, lor sale by
ZINC PAINT. BLACK PAINT. COPPER
Paint, an Assortment of Fancy Colors, Rubber Pamt,
th best paint used, a Full Assortment of Colors,
. t rj a.
BOLLES & CO.
OA1IU 1 Han Same & Ayait, Nuuanu st, Honolulu
1 Hvman Bros, Merchant street,
1 A McWayne, cor Fort & Merchant st, "
1 Winpr Cheons Hitiif; & Co, Nuuanu st, "
1 Til DRvies, Kaiihuniann st, "
1 Koiifi Wo Chonfr & Co, Kaneohe, Kordanpnko
5 Tuns Hnna, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
5 Man Chuck. " " '
r M Phillips & Co, " " "
7 Ah Low,
M John Chee IV. " "
1:1 C Akaua, " -14
III Nee I.ee Beretanin
is H May A: Co, Fort ' "
Ah Nee, Nimaiui '" "
21 Kunu On. Kin " Palama, "
2-i Meheont! Kee & Co, cor .daunakea & Hotel st
24 WiuKC'lionu Tui & Co, cor King & Maunakea
27 ChunR Wa. cor Mantiatea & Hotel at Hono
30 M li bilveira, Nuuanu H Honolulu
HAWAII 0 Goo Kim & Co, Makapala, North Kohala
9 Han Same & Ayau, Kaiopihl, "
11 Henry Cooper, Kailua, Koua
14 C Y Aloua, Kaiopihi, North Kohala
15 (ioo Kim & Co, Apuakehau, North Kohala
- 15 II N Greenwell, Kalukulu, Kona
20 J D Mills, Hilo
24 K Amu, Humahua
24 C'halah Kela, Kukuihaele, Hamakua
'2i Akau, Kohatiaiki. N K na
11 (' Y Aiona, Puhonua, Hilo
:10 Sam Hung, Pueo, Hilo
MAUI 1 C H Dickey, Hamakuapoko
MOI.OKAI3 Aka, Kalunaha
JULY 1 Han Same & Ayau, Nuuanu street, Honolulu
I Allan Herbert. Hawaiian Hotel,
tl K Batchelor, Wailuku, Maui
21 Hon Kew, Maunakea street, "
J7 Chung Wa, cor Maunakea & Uutel st,
JULY 1 Ifvmnn Bros, Merchant street, Honolulu
1 T H Davies, Kaahumauu " " '
18 H May & Co, Fort "
JUI.Y 1 T II Davies, Kaahumauu street
JULY 1 Allan Herbert, Hawaiian Hot-1
JULY 1 Allan Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel
1 Gore Espinda. I-ahaina
19 SE Ford. Wailuku. Maui
'sl H I Nolte. cor Nuuanu Hi Queen sts Honolulu
JULY 22 Khipuiau k Eldarts. Hilo, Hawaii
JI'LY 12 J D Havekost, Maui
1J C S Bartow, Honolulu
JULY 20 Man Chong
JULY 1 Wong. A wo
1 Ah Long
. ." ,,
Nuuanu and Queen Streets.
T. R. FOSTER & Co., .
GENTS FOR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster,
Han n ami,
And the Water Boat.
cO ly Office on the Esplanade, Honolulu.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER Si CO.. AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
J2 79 C. BREWER CO.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER Si CO.. AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storareand Shiiiment of Oil. Bone. Wool, nides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
jl2 79 C. BRKWER 4 IU.
To Sugar Planters.
"l R WOODIIEAD. REPRESENTING the
Kmoua ilouie of Me.ra. PONTIFBX Ac WOOD, Su-
r Machinery makers of London will visit parties orconler
Uh planters on their estates to lake orders , tor nun plans and
cireany information to parties desiring to order sugar ma
chinery. Address with C BRKWER A: CO.
'11IIE UNDERSIGNED WILL FURNISfl
1 Land and some Mares to a suitable person wishing tp
i-te Mules on shares. For particulars, apply to
Jul 4 4t II. N. OR EKN WELL, Kr.na, lliwaii.
BEALE AND HOWARD STS.,
San FrnnrivrOf Cnllforuin,
W. II. TAYLOR, Tresitlent; JOS. MOORE, Sop't.
I.N ALL ITS BRANCHES.
ENGINES AND BOILERS
men PREssiRE oR CoarorD.
STEAM VESSELS, cf ad kinds, built complete with
Hulls of Wood, Iron or Conipotite.
O R DI N A R V ENGINES compounded when advisable.
STEAM LAUNCHES. Barges and Steam Tugs con
structed with reference to the Trade in whuh they are to
be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaran
. tj 'i
SUGAR MILLS AND SUGAR MAKING
MACHINERY madeafter the Most Approved Plans.
Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Boiler or Sheet Iron. of any size,
made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or Shet-ts
Rolled, Punched, and Packed for Shipment, ready to be
riveted on the ground.
IIVDRAULICRIV ET I NG i Boiler Work and Water
Pipe made by this EstablUhment, Riveted by Hydraulic
Riveting Machinery, that quality of work being far supe
rior to band work.
SHIP WORK. Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winch
es. Air and Circulating Ptuops, made after the Most Ap
proved Plans. . .
PUMPS, Direct Acting Pumps, lor Irrigation or City
Water Works purposes, built with the CelgbrateJ Davy
Valve Motion, superior to any ot!er poap. Ju31 3m
From L. Nenield. Bct-llti.
Just Received in Splendid Order
And for' fiie r
mvl7lf H HACKFEI D CQ . '
CAUTION T0THE PUBLIC.
To avoid imposition, purchasers of Waltham Watches
will observe that everj- genuine watch, whether gold or
River, bears our trademark on both case and movement.
Gout cases are stauipea " A. v . to. anu guarantee cer
tificates accompany them. Silver cases are stamped
" Am. Watch Co., Waltham, Mass., Sterling Silver,"
and are aeroinpauied by- guarantee certificates, signed
li. - E. Bobbins, Treasurer. The name "Waltham"
Is plainly engraved upon all movement, irrespective of
either distinguishing marks.
ThiR caution is rendered necessary by reason of the
fact that our cases are frequently separated from our
movements and put upon worthless movements of other
makers, and f ice rrrsa, thus affecting injuriously the per.
formance of the watches and vitiating our guarantee,
which is intended to cover only our complete watches
wholly made bv us. It is necessary, also, because it is so
notorious as to" be a public scandal, that there la great
fraud in the metal quality of both gold and silver cases
as now generally sold. We have demonstrated by fre
quent assays that many gold and silver cases offered in
the market are debased from 10 to 20 prr cent, from the
quality they assume to be. This is a fraud upon the pur
chaser, and accounts for the low price at which such
cased watches have been sold.
We take this occasion to announce that we have re
cently entirely remodelled the very popular grades of full
plate movements, known by the marks, " Wm. F.llery,"
" Appletou. Tracy A: Co.," Waltham Watch Co.," P. S.
T!riett." aiid " Kroadwav.'..' aivinii to them not only a
highly improved appearance, but great additional value.
We embody in them sutfh of the best results of our expe
rience and" study for twenty years as can be useful in this
popular form of watch. We give these new model watches
special recommendation to all who look for good per
formance and solid excellence at moderate cost. The
alterations have been made with the view of pleading
practical watch makers, as well as watch wearers.
We avail ourselves, too, of this occasion to warn the
public against cheap watches. The superiority of
Waltham goods, in all grades, is now bo generally ac
knowledged that our competitors, Swiss and American,,
seem to have no resource but to present the attraction of
low Trice. Their good being interior to ours, they have
to sell them for what they can pet. Times are hard, and
people gene rally not knowing a good watch from a ba'.
one, very often allow a small price to decide them.
William Morris, the tniiuent Engiieh Lecturer on Artand
Laber Topics, in a recent lecture delivered before the
" Trades Guild," says :
' ' I know that the public in general are set upon having
things cheap, being so igrorant that they do not know
when they get them nasty, also so ignorant . that they
neither know nor care whether they give a man hia due ;
I know that the manufacturers, so-called," are so set on
carrving out competition to ite ntniott, competition of
cheapness, not of excellence, that they meet the bargain
hunters half way, and cL.t-t-ifu.lly furnish them with nasty
wares at the cheap rate they arc aked for, by means of
what can be called by no prettier name than fraud."
We are much iui.-daken if this is what the public wants
or expect, of us. at least. Good watches cannot be made
when neither workman nrr employer has pride in his
occupation ; interest and pleasure in the work are both
wanting, and both are essential to good watch-making.
Low price, especially in watrhe, means low quality,
WITH LOW l'EKFOKMAXCE ASD HIGH M-TAIUS.
Our mission wan, and our business is, to make good
watches, whatever the cost : bedding firmly to this single
purpose, we have seen improvement in qualify and re
duction in cost, by means of discoveries and improve
ments in machinery and by natural causes, go steadily on
together, until we can truly say, Waltham Watches, in
their respective grades, are the best watches made, and
as to the lower grades, they are within reach of every
body .who earns wages. Our prices are as low as they
onght to be, and as low as they will be. Watche cannot
be made for nothing, even by machinery. We say to the
public, buy a good v.i n while you are about it, and pay
a proper pice for it- The more you pay an honest dealer
ice better satisfied, you will be in the end ; don't be de
ceived by cheapness quality descends faster than price.
For American Watch V.. of Waltham, Mss.-
BOBBINS & APPLETON, General Agents,
apl3 , New York, U. S. A.
vy All the above Line of Waltham Watches for Sale at
the Store of M. McINEKNY, St4 Ag-nt for this Kingdom.
Also. Agent for the GORHAM STERLING SILVER
WARE, The Trade Supplied at LOWEST PiUCT-S. ip26 3m
Rainfall for June. We Lave Hie following re
ports for the month :
At Mr J K Wilder s, Ice Factory
At Mr w Hall s, Nuuanu Avenue
At l)r It McKibbin'H, iit retania street...
At Cait V Smith's, Waikiki
The rains, with the exception of those in the up
per part of the valley, have been in the shape of
light showers, and have varied much in amount
according to locality. Ample showers are re
ported in the agricultural districts of the other
The Kew Steamers. The Lihua, belonging to
Wilder Si Co., which eailcd on the 27th for a trip to
Kauai and adjacent islands, returned to port on
Thursday morniDg early, having left Kawiliwili at
6 r. m. on Wednesday. She proved herself to be a
'boomer" an-J an excellent scaboat.
The James Jllakce. Foster and CVs new boat,
having been provided with a t.cw propeller by the
Iron Works with commenJatable dispatch, sailed cu
Wednesday, for Kauai. She is advertised for an
excursion trip to make the circuit cf that Island, to
Bail in Monday the 7th.
V QcEE.v'd IIospji al -t-Wo ; an; particularly re
quested to call the attention of the Jh-mbvrs of the
Queen's IIo?pital .Society to the bi-onninl Meeting
which takes place to-day at Aliiolani Hale and of
which due notice has been given for a month, in
accordance with tho requirement of the Charter
While the Queen's Hospital fills so iuiportf.nl a
place in the community, it is both a privilege and
a duty of every member to strengthen the hands
of the Board of Trustees by participating in the
consideration of questions that may come up tor dis
cussion, and to cast his vote in the election of
Trustees, to take tho placo of thoso whoso term
expires. We trust therefore that this bi ennial
Meeting w ill be well attended, and we feel confi
dent that thus the best good of the Hospital will
be the ultimate result.
Female Sejji-n'ARV, Waialua. The annual exam
ination of the Seminary for female Hawaiian child
ren at Waialua, under the charge of Miss Mary
Green, took. place on Thursday the 2Cth ult, and at
tracted a full. attendance of parents aud others visit
ors, who express themselves much pleased with the
management of the scoool and the progress mide by
the pupils. These are mostly small children, to tho
number of about fifty. The well-known excellent
qualities of Miss Green as a teacher are ably supple
mented by those of the new assistant teacher, Miss
Itoycc, who has had experience among the echools for
freedmea in the United States. At the close of the
school exercises an interesting episode was furnished
by tho solemnization in the church of a marriage be
tween one of the assistant teachers (a daughter of a
Hawaiian Missionary in Micronesia) and a son of the
lion M. Nathaniels, the representative for Waialua
The school has a vacation until August 1st, and
during the interval some needed repairs on the prem
ises will be made, under a grant of funds for that
purpose by the Board of Education. The Waialua
Female Seminary is one of a class of educational in
stitutions that should receive every possible encouragement.
I.. srs NmiK.K. On 1ay last w.-.-l. calfwri
born' at Makawao with a double5 head. That is
while there was but on.- brain. Uk-ih were two
regularly formed mouths, with t ithor of which the
creature could suck. It livc-tl five d.iys. and might
perhaps have been raised and eventually occupied
a stall in Barnaul's mineum. had not the owner
tried to bring it up by hand.
The Band. Professor Bergcr has taken advan
tage of the beautiful moonlight evenings the pabt
week to delight the good people of our city with
music, Two evening concerts have Iccn given to
applicative auJiences at L'mina Square. (u Thute
day evening, the eve of the Fourth, the band gve
in excellent style, "Marching throi'gh Georgia, "
"John Brown's Body," "Columbia, the Gem of the
Ocean," &e. not forgetting the standard
The " Clais Sprecklfs.' By reference to our
advertising columns it will be seen that this new
and beautiful clipper schooner will be up for Pan
Francisco on her arrival from Maui. We noted her
arrival at Kahului last week, in steamer time,"
having made the run down in nine days and tweuty
hours. In the days of lang sync when flourished
I Capt. Jim Smith and his bark ltfi.ff, that time
was beaten, but not during late years. The Claus
Sprceklcs is a large yacht, of no less than two bun
dled and forty-six tons measurement, is said to
have excellent accommodations for passengers, and
will doubtless piove a favorite on the route between
this city and San Francisco, for which trade she
was specially built. Missis. W. G. Irwiu & Co , are
the Honolulu agents
Amatevr Fomcfmix. The native Hawaiian
hoodlum lms taken up a new role, which, if well
followed up, should soon result in providing him
with lodgings ot the government expense. As wc
arc informed, it is the nightly practice of a lot of
these youngsters, (but more especially on Saturday
nights) to frequent the 1'ulama road, where, as safe
opportunities may occur, they personate policemen,
being provided with circular bits of tin fastened on
their breasts in imitation of the police balge. A
few nights since several of these scamps " ttuck up"
a couple of newly arrived Chinamen, and as near as
could be ascertained by the tigim. and gabbling
mado by the latter to a person residing in the neigh
borhood, the amateur policemen " went through "
their pockets. Of course these young rascals would
take care not to trouble a bona fi le " haole knina
aina," but arc wc not becoming cmlized. rather
Tin: I'oturii. Yesterday, t!n r,ne hundred and
third anniversary of tin- Declaration f Amei ioau
Independence, passed of very quietly in Honolulu.
At the Centennial celebration three years aco. our
American-residents observed the day in grand and
lavish style, which may neeoiint for the subsequent
reaction. Most Americans closed up their jrlaeen
of business in tho morning and made it holiday of
it, and there were numerous picnics in the suburbs.
The shipping in port and the Cininilitr and
Government flagstaffs were decorated with bunt
ing. At the residence of Capt. T. H. llobron, Nu
uanu Avenue, there was a pleasant assoniblagi of
Sunday School Children, at a picnic given by tho
teachers. At noon, a salute of 21 guns was fired
from a battery, foot of I'unchbow l, (Jen. Comly, U
S. Minister Bet-ident, between the hours of 1 2 itnd
2, received the calls of government ofHclalH, for
eign representatives and his compatriots generally
During the day and at night there were life-crackers
and rockets by the juveniles; and w noticed
that some of the Chinn.se residents, singularly
enough, appeared to celebrate the day " Amelikan
THE GEEATEST ii.VGE in thi city U about those
Ladies Fine Lisle Thread Openvoikcdand French Embr.
Bordequin Hose, at the C. O. P. Uazah.
SILK, Linen and Cambric k Hemstiched Handkerchiefs
both Laities' and GcuU' in great abundance, at the
C. O. P. Bazar.
KNITTED and Aplique Lace Tidies in neat figures, at
the C" - r- UAZAIt-
CREPE, colored Satins and Tassels t match any piece
Dressgoods, at the C. O. P. XJajau.
LADIES' White SuitH and Uii'.Ii-rwfir of the Litest
Fashions, at the C. O. I'. Bazak.
EMBROIDERIES, laces, Trimming. A:c, of the finest
materials, at the )n21 C. O. P. Bazar.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOOD!! We Ltvi .u-t received
an assortment of new goods iu iur line, among which
will be found a good line of HANGING LAMPS and
CHANDELIERS. We als have an endless varit ty of use
ful articles for hou5H.--k eping. :i7 Fort Street.
" DILLINGHAM A CO.
N. B. The "QUEEN " lttlTtlGERATOIi it the Ust.
Can be bought at a rr soj:able price from
li.y.'l 4t DILLINGHVM ArCO.
Mr. C laua Spree lela, of California, l: I mU
to construct a large DiU'h on the Inland of Ml .or
irrigating purpose.. Any person or persons vlliijg i-
excavate or dig 500 feet " more of this ditch v . ooi.i ..et,
and be paid for such work either by the uumbt. i ..bic
feet or by the nuuiber of running feet ol the ditch c a
vated, are requested to apply to II. SchussUr, i'.Au,
Maui, or to Win. G. Irwin & Co., Honolulu, who will fe. ve
theta the nc-cesEarv information.
By U. SCUX'SSLEK. ,
November 23, 178. le7
SOMETHING NEW! IO PLANTERS, PLANTA
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
handy macuina for setting np and mending fencs wire,
will find Just the thing at Dillinghmn Jr ( o. s store. Fort
To tin Editor of the Pacific Vomviwlnl Advertiser.
Siu : That, as tho Chinese persiet in coming
without females, the government charter the
Cassruitli u to proceed to u Chinese port nd lake
on board 500 women and bring ihein to Honolulu.
No doubt there are nu n in any of the ports open
to foreigners who would get women and bring
them on board. 11 they can't bo bad any placo
rise they can be hud in the bai racoons of Macao.
It iii't'd not cost the po i ri.inen t nut- dollar, ns tho
women will go cfr like hot cukes on their arrival
here ; the thousands of bachelor Chinese here
would snap them up with avidity and pay their
passage money cheei fully. America and Austra
lia afl'ord examples of introducing women in lhi
Furthermore, in piocniing iniiuigirntH from llio
Southern Islands, let not a dollar or two of wage
per mouth keep women iu Micronesia who would
immigrate by the Norml'mi. If they are dissatis
fied with five dollars per month, give tlirm 6, 7, 8,
9 or 10 dollars per month so as to gel them to
come. If they don't want to woik'out in tho fields
promise to give them house-work. If marriage
able, tho wages would soon cease as soon as some?
ununited Hawaiian would take t'.ieni for better or
There should be a proviso in their iigreemenl
that when they wed a Hawaiian, their time of ser
vice expired. Ol course the employer would have
to be remunerated for any advances ; this by tlio
husband. By this marriage, ult trouble or ex
penses of a return passage to Micronesia would bt
saved. The Bjaid of Immigration should advise
their agent ns the Quaker advised his i-;on,"g t
money (women) my son honestly if you can, but
by all means get money (women).''
Honolulu, July let, 1879.
Sabbath Desecration at llanalel.
To the Jill tor f the Pacific t'ommeri iai Advertlter:
Sir : For many years the people of Hanalei,
Kauai, have been distinguished as an orderly and
law abiding community ; which was no doubt due lit
some measure to the diligence and faithfulness cf our .
officers in carrying out the laws tf this Kingdom
strictly and impartially as in duty bound.
Every evil practice requires only a beginning to le
carried on, and we have now two veryclenr violations
cf the law in full swing in our tnidef, and these are
Drunkenness ami Sunday Trading.
Some time ago, it was a very unusual tight to see
any perfcon the worse for liquor at any time, mere
especially on the Sabbath ; but now it is a very com
mon occurence to sec people very much under tho
influence of liquor on that day, aud ncting in a man
ner which makes the Sabbath appear more like a.
day of rioting than a day of rest. And strange to
state, those whose duty it is to look into aud check
such practices by prosecuting offenders are never to
be seen in the proper place, at the prrfper time.
The practice of Sunday trading was until rcci ntlv
almost unknown here, as there ore an abundance cf
retail stores and the people have plenty of time
during week-days to do all their traJing. But now,
through the force of habit and the slackness of our
constables, a groat many people seem to reserve their
traains lor aun'lays only, and, beginning with small
parcels carried in the hand, the traffic has increased,
until a few Sundays ago. a Chinaman was arrested at
Kalihiwai with a pack-mule loaded, an 1 the act was
eo resented that abaud of Chinese laborers assembled,
disputed the powers of the special constable who had
male the arrest, and the auair very nearly resulted
in lo3 of life. It is a duty resting on all well-disposed
persons to respect and abide by the laws ef
this Kingdom, and on the other hand, it is tho dufv
of those who are appointed to carry out th laws to
do it strictly and faithfully ; as in all civilised coun
tries, the prevention of crime is as mcch aa object ai '
tne punitiimtni oi crime, auj agnin : if Cliiucso
merchants and laborers, disregard the Sabbath and '
the laws of this country ancut the obicrvence tl
that day, then they should be taught that they can
not do such things with impunity. As vou hit in
your article on " The Sunday Ltw." ' TLe non-
j enforcement of any law bas n tendency to throw
contempt upon ail law" thru let the Sunday laf
be carried cut in its idtc-grity. OiiSLZviiU
London, June 14. The arctlci exploring thip lie"
solute, which forintl part cf Captain Austin's crp
dition ia fearch of Sir Jehu Franklin in 133, is to.
be broken up ut Chatham.-dockyard- Ornaments'
and pieces of fcrnUurc will be. wade from the bst
timbers, which the admiralty intend to prcecnt to tb
president of the United States as a souvenir of tho
occasion when the Resolute was found by American
whalers abandoned in the ici and the government of
the United State Lad Lee repaired and refitted and
presented to the British admiralty. . -