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l-tlee i. u -.' si" ,'""f V the Order af
heo H- Davies & H. V. Schmidt, I
1 Alr u' '' n J '"" " ' '" ''t'lthntrn '
t Public auction;
11 that Certain Premises
Itbiate OO H- .Ainu."! . - - - - - r,,,
- . . r N. . - i- f r in HOLS.
k SOll DB HI MiT - -
f.iSr Jchwon a. ft fcwi- T " ' : "-a of
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Vo fTRTHER PiUltltlUS ENSURE OF
L tf a i k Ii 4. Ms. Anri't.
itrTHEO. U. DAVIEi and 1? W . ?' UMIDT, Ass.jnees.
VUCTIOIV f-iUES i
Residence or It. uannmg, :sq.,
I Nauana Averse, ia account 4 departure,
I nirnMPCn A V V
I VYLUnLSUHi, OUUI ,
Coaro-rcin at 10 o'clock A.
e Upright Piano, by Bord of Pc ris
I Lrft sue, v-ry lttl- u-l. aad Stool;
iatreTM , marU.? I . 1 Sufi, prin& at. covered w!i
I stent Rocker, spring seat, covered with rep;
fjQS, raflor aou arming vumir-, n'Jiart mini .vuua;r-,
V! Seat Chair. 1 Chandelier I burners;
Jalnat Bookcase, 1 Italian Walnut Secretary.
leboarl. marble top; 1 Kxtension Lining Table,
arlnr Raff. 1 Kiitnt-olay Clock, 1 Carl Table. Hide Tables.
ket. Innner arvl Breakfast St of Bohemian Porcelain,
I I ,eon
consisting; 01 . u;cra.
Fit Vienna Ulaaaware. eontiatlna; 01 pierea.
4t,lce and outer riatea 01 ine ceienraii nrnn noyai
r.plaied Tea anil Cr.ff-fe Set ant fate Raa'tet,
4r-platei! Spoon. Fork anl Knivea,
Vnoi Blroom Set, 1 Veil w Bedroom Set,
alaot War.lrob. 1 Pin Wardrobe,
atr Stand and Table. 2 Chiffonier.
!g nJ Bur Mattrei, Feather Pillow.
n Round Table.
Irnwanthaler CaU and titter Ht iloette,
Sirmj and Chromo-. 1 Lrg Cnin'ra.
jt Round Tanlr. 1 Tp Writer.
arhef' Writing" Marhin. 1 Letter i:oy Pra anil B.rf.k,
tm Mai'hlne. Wiicun St tiihba. aclomatic,
.Wa-iKT CARRIAGE, recent j painteil .ami put in
I thoeouch order,
try gentle Ladwi' CARRIAOK IIORE.
ta. Men' rta-l.lle. Boy' ?ldle, 2 Pair Cu.ipadore,
tan. French and English Booka.
Ume B-wkt of all ae and nations. 1 Monocle.
t anil Kitchen L"t-nil.
11 sare. oaia ton, cc t.nesi, 1 rural namuiirt,
ra llos. Sprinkler.
k mm Frevaer. Lamp. Trays,
j mn Leghorn and Black Spanish,
ir j join . etc,
mplete Homeopathic Meilicine Chest of Borrirks and
1 Tifr-L, with Biok of Diro-tiooa for oe.
i j C r. A LI A .VI . .1 UCliOfK--r.
kUUUIUI UMWM WMUU
II At 10 nVI'-'k, a. m., at Mlesruoo. will be sola.
n Assortment of Dry Goods,
hlteand Browo Cottons, Fine While Shirt',
mrtrao Prints, White Uoilti,
Wnlte ami Red Wool Blankets
j k 1 Fancy lioo.1. Men's kks. t,a-iies' rinrnnp,
, N ( Fancy Wool Shirt. Clothing, etc.
Fresh Groceries and Canned Goods J
trMurry' 1 and 2 lb. Ojst-rs. Lob-ter. Salmon,
Jam JUies, (fallen 0le Tabis Pie Fruits.
Cmis Corn, Olire Oil, French Otires, )) Sardines,
;rd. liam. and Bacon. ILxed Pickles, Hoap.
"ark anil Bans, Tina Milk and Hnda Crackers.
ajte Condeawl Mil. Kegs and Bng Sucar. Ba Corn-
i .tficrBf-tia Armor,
1 Carrlase or Draj IIr.
g. P. ADAM?, Auctr.
I WEDNESDAY, JULY 28,
i At 10 o'clock. A. M- will be aoH,
ww w j--wnr :11IT1I
t SITASC ATENIK,
i-3 entire Household Furniture, viz
Two Hair CUth Sofas, Two Carl TahLa.
.j Fight lhoirny Ch. Invt Marble-top Table.
t k Two Center lanies. une rerapnim, uuc
Ono JJillirticl Tvllo.
wt inahocany Rockers. Two Kay Chairs. Si Arm Chairs.
r. :iMRia Lamps. Vases, Pictures. ParU Carprt.
l Vriting Desk, Cbe Table. China Chairs. Dining Table.
If t irbnanl. Black Walnut Hat Rack. Chrffjnier,
.J Hand. 14 bmlng Cbir, Rosewood Beadsteail. Pillows.
rte I ami Hair Mattr-sse. Koa Lounge. Large Mirmr.
Crfk, Childrens' LVks an.1 Chair. Maitinit-
XTttvo Sowlue lMrtolxino.
CV:..'Ko Bum, Camphor Bareao. Wanlrobe.
e Drawer, Step Ladder. Koa Be-Uteail. Koa, Lnung ,
fvrt i-op WaslMlsails. Ewers and Basins. ChiUl Koa t fib.
m:Z walnut Cnairs, .mosojuiio) .ii'. nw, --
I TWO-SEAT CARRIAGE,
! r'AMILY HORSE,
i E. F. ADAMS. trlr.
fi limbic Real listatc
I .t Vxiction,
?t r of F. BANKING. Esoj . I will offrr at Publie
ti: SATURDAY, AUGUST 7,
Aill a'rliick. noon. l oiT Room,
.tt. D bp M A v
r nat vaiuuuiu riupui j
n B-rtania Street, at the hel ol 'Richard. Street, belong
Y m its. C. C. Armstro-r. c known as the , 4?
i . ." The lot contain ao area of about one and a haj
f - , 1 has upon tt a Urge ana connnnuwu.
T:ro Story Dwelling House,
r OA . ... . ... u....nr I'.rriin House I
. t a.r Verrants. Csrriage Douse and
, " The' place ia also well planted with
Irnit and Ornamental Trees,
1 i to Tery respe a rery desirable rJ- M
i- :re-fourtn ol me pan-n J
i t .ra at Bvxlerate Interest.
J j urther particuUr.. or for examination of premises,
J . Banning. En. or
It F E RSO N S. I X D E BT Bit T"
rORK oo .Nuuana strwt. known a the Ut Tfc.
t I E. late., under we --- j
aae nil ihdiuw
ittSlffiC D.r be Placed
oVr attorney, who will use rlgorou.
:U the ame. pmLLtp3 Co . n Eaahamana St.
LAND FOB SALE !
iTni-Rin N EU. AS ATTORN EV IN
Theund.li. Kemoo were '""Cflr gl,uop
: d. Owen J. Holt. (120 if) LUA5 R. EL?UOP-
vcii'c ciiPPRIDR GINGER BEER !
i t lii a N L'FACT u re r of this i.e.
I iL"MM-W method of Informing
t J .rf. and thVpubtlc generally, that be ha. '7P,Jt
r "aVelranUll place oo Hotel Screet. nejt door (but
t . MeaTrS M-IIU Fihl', for the le of Superior
II OP. either by the gla bottle, or doaeo of
t J: The fcuiiiodrtakZwli. -oT t will alw.y.
ii. iido' ICE-Cinger V l'r-J "?
r rla bottles the Celebrated a"'SZ?.
I 1 felfsst Ginger Ate. MUk. Umooad. e. Cigars. Cig
t Tohlecol Z When yo are thU.ty. please gie me
I " ' ,.ftZ.r delirered to any part of the city, free of
IT.' dTytZ W. CRUWtCLL.
I t mr mTTTT" "PTTTJT.Tn !
VlVO RECEIVED SUCH LIBERAL
!oaa7e tool the repeetale population of th woo
VS. m si Encyetopardia Br. tannics. I now Trn
i a'JXr GLi i iSr. I tW - 'he WorM-Renowned
ifri lijl M A N II A L, adapted to the Offlr, Library
Areile It tt I no equal ai a Book to Enlighten ,he
, 2? and rfreVCnbounded Knowledge oo all Com-
MSThVOreat Humor-fa La.t Work ha. jart
ApiXyW T. K-McDONELU Wnr.e,
) Agent to ad First-Clasa Work. No. T Tort St.
W MtttWERV GOODS
TiTrs. L. J. Whilcomb,
" Her New and full stock of
: LACES, etc.
I ALL Or THE
est Styles and Patterns !
AT HER RESIDENCE, (up Stairs).
192 King Street, Honolulu.
iua and Bonnet trimmed in th latest atyleaof the art,
!ral Millinery Business transacted.
tNISHED ROOMS. AT NUMBER 3
,rt0 GARDEN LANE.
CY C. S. BARTOW.
SATURDAY, : : JULY 17,
All2o'ckck noon, at Sa'es Room,
Tract of Land
Known M a part of the land called
KnlA, Island of M-uI. containing 23 Acre.
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
BARLEY AT AUCTION I
Saturday, s : July lOtli
At 12 o'clock M., after the Sale of Beal Estate,
will be aold
100 BAGS OF BARLEY.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
AT Sf LESR001M OF C. S. BARTOW.
INVOICE OF JEWELRY,
SMALL LOT OF FURNITURE
ON MONDAY, : : JULY 19th,
At XO o'clock, A. M will l sold balance of an
Invoice of Jewelry.
One Cluster Diamond Ring
t'.. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ON THURSDAY, JULY 22d,
10 o'clock, A. !., i:i old,
Tina ol l-at. Pa diie, Lc.hMers. Clara.
Lunch Tonjrue. Oy r, rulmn. Roast Cbii Wen,
Milk, Tins of Aor 1 Crackers. Hox(t Poap,
Tobacco, Tins of Lat .
And Other Merchandise,
s. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
Postponed Until irther Notice.
MORTCACEL S SALE
R K A I. E S X
T K !
SITCATK AT IIIL, HAW.
IN I'l'RSUAXCK W IT II A 1 'HOF
Sale contained in a certain mortgage Ueei utn day
of February. 1ST9, made between 8 Kipi ol th -oe part, and
RT. K. Bood the other part, and recorded in Liber M,
picea 141, Hi and 1, and assigned to C. R. Smith. Mr. C.
S. Bartow is instructed to sell at Public Auction, at hi Room
in Honolulu, . .
All that certain IIoue Lot in Piihonua, Ililo, together with
th House,, Structures, Improvement and Appurtenance
Also. aU those certain tracts and parcel of land aitoated in
Wainaku in said Ililo. described in Royal Patent No. 2505
and 1.143. together with all BulUliog and Structure thereon,
and all crops cf Can growing threon, and all the appur
tenance thereunto belonging. For farther particulars apply
to RICH'U F. B1CRKRTON,
Att'y fr Asnignee of Mortgage,
feblM Or C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
iriLl'ABLR REAL ESTATE
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ONE PATENT DOUBLE V INCH, WITH
break power, Ac, complete. Apply to
jU19 C. . BARTOW, Auctioneer.
C J. BARTOW, Auct'r.
SUPERIOR CARRIAGE HORSE,
FOR SALE !
Ono "Bxxv Horse !
1J hands high, work ilnjtl.- or doable harne or under
addle, and rrry tylish impor.ed by Mr. J. II. Coney.
Apply to V. H. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Fine Set of Silver Ware !
1 doan Table Spoons,
1 dosrn Tea Spoon,
1 u;ar Spoon.
1 pair of Sarts,
1 MuMtrd Spn,
1 Berry Spoon, larpe bandnme pattern,
1 d'i-n Large Fork.
1 itr-zen 9raall Fork,
I Finn Knife.
1 Pie Kn.fr-,
rl D-sirt Kniss.
2 Batter Knives,
1 Houp Sadie,
1 tirary ea lie.
Apply to C. 8. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
K COTT A fi E PIANO. A GOOD
C. rt. BARTOW.
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICES
of material in our line, we, the undersigned, hare been
compelled to raise the price f.r horieihoelog. Oo and after
the 1st day or Feb , ImO, our price will be a fullows:
Heel and Toe Shoe,..
S. M. WHITMAN,
CUAS. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 23 tb, 1SW
r1IIE UNDERSIGNED WILL BE pleased
1 to meet any of hi friends, requiring good clothing, at
the corner of Fort and Hotel street; having connected him
self with H. H. TREGLOAN.
C. P. BARRAK.
mj20 if Late cutter tor B. Roth.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
A LARGE BUILDING LOT ON M IJANIJ
Valley Roa.1, liioated bteenthe residence of J. O.
Carter and Capt. Mrlntyre. extending from the road to be
yond Pauoa river, and comprising an area of about 3 acre, in
cluding aevernl laro patrhes. Title, Fee Simple.
For particulars apply to
jui II. W. SCHMIDT.
'MIR INTEREST OP MRS. J. P. COOKE
m. i j the Srm of Ladle 6c Cooke, ceased on the 1st day of
April ult.. and all d'tls due to the firm will be paid to the
undersigned, who will alio settle all claims against the firm.
The business will be continued as heretofore at the old stand,
under the old firm name of CATLK COOKE.
They take this opportunity to thank th'ir patron for past
favors, nd to say that all business entrusted to their care will
be promptly and faithfully attended to.
S. N. CASTLE.
juitf2m J. B. ATHERTON.
PLANTERS' IRON WORKS,
MACHINE SHOP & FOUNDRY,
ALL KINDS OF
Ca.ii.g. Made- Order. Machinery Made
and Repaired, by
myli 3m F. X. BACON, Hilo. Hawaii.
MR. F. RENZ,
1 rrrv4rtUt of the Flrt Order r ikility,
HAS JUST ARRIVED FROM CALIFORNIA.
Part lea Dralrwaa sf U'ark f Ihii
Kind. Shwald As-rtil Thru,
el vr. oft hi. C ha are.
AS UK. B. HILL M1RF BIT .1 Short STAY II FEE !
JZr Orders left at this Office, or with Mr. Geo. Stratemeyer,
will receive prompt attention. myS tf
I -T a AJWAVaJhfAaAy,
flU V I I Wlllakll 0 Wlllllliy UIUII III wallVII IV
LADIES' AND GENTS HOSIERY.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS ! !
Ladles, Gf its' & Children's Coot k Suets,
GROCERIES AND CANNED Q00D3,
Hardware, Crockery and Glassware, To
bacco, Cigars, Pipes, Yankee Motions,
PATENT MEDICINES, ETC.
3. 32. AND 34 FROXT STREET,
FOIt SAW FRANCISCO.
THE AMERICAN BABK
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight and passage apply to
jyl7 II. HACKFELT) k CO., Agent.
THE FINE HAWAIIAN BARK
Will have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
For lreight or passage, apply to
j,17 WM. O. IRWIN A CO.. Agenu.
C. BREWER & CO.'S
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS,
THE A 1 BARK
Will Leave Boston for Honolulu Direct,
on or about 15th of November next.
For further particuUr ayply to
C. BREWER CO.
For Ssin Francisco.
THE ASItUlt A
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Panape, apply to
jylO C. BREWER ii CO.. Agent.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct
THE Al CLIPPER SCHOONER
Will sail from Honolulu to Ililo direct, and will rail
at Intermediate Torts on the return trip.
For Freight cr Passage, apply to the Captain on board or
nov22 T9 A - PRANK COOKE, Agent.
NextShip from New York Direct
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
rftZ MESSRS W. II. GROSSMAN Ai
. 3-4 BRU.. 118 Chamber treet. New York, will lay on
yW!f Al Clipper Veel for this port in June, to ail
j. ,, Orders ror Ui resei snouia go as emny as yum
ible, to ecure not only room, but before further atvance in
pr ce or aoo.1. rreignis low.
SCHOONER " HONORA !
1 2 Ton Register, in good order and ready for sea. Apply to
mrl3 H. nACKFELD & Co., Agenta.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
Tuesday, July 20. 5pm
Tuesday, July 27, 6 p m
Tuesday, August 3, 6 p m
Tuesday, August 10, 5pm
Tuesday, August 17, 5 p m
...Circuit ol Hawaii
...Circuit or Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
...Circuit of Hawaii
luesoay, auusi z. o p u. ........
Tuesday, August 31,5 pm
Tuesday, September 7, 5 p m.......
Tuesday, September 14, 6 p m....r
luesuay, oepiemoer zi, o p ui..... ........ "
I uesnay, oepiemoer o p m .......
No Credit for Passage money I
C Ua. kl , C IJ upline v wpn . . . . - - - r- i
particularly call the attention of the traveling publio to the
necessity of baring Baggage and Freight plainly markel; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcel unless Rrrriptrd for.
FREIGHT MO.NET DUE O uuiiAw.
... . . T ; v. . .... nn.it.. nni tMtiAn.lhl. nr nn.
in ail cases oi f .ci:.ii ' ... ."i
known, the Freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES Or LlltlUKH Jk!u r..-.
mi: ST II V. PLAINLY MARKED
For the tiirtr whom the are for. or plainly stated in the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Kamage or Loss, must be made within one
In no way liable f-r loss or accident to live aioca.
on board the Steamer upon arrival, until after the passenger
have Leen landed. ...,,
mh8 79 mtum at.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA1 FBAiCISCO.
THE SI'LKN'DID STEAMSHIP
"CITY OF NEW YORK,"
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Aug. 2.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT SATURDAY, AUG. 7th
U. HACRFELD At CO., Agent.
Good. fr SUIpmrnl per Slrniurr i w
be- Sioted. Free of Chargf, In Ihe Flre-prool
Warrbssir tirur ihe Stranirr Wfanrf. jal "9
8. C. Al.LBSt.
m. r. aosissoa.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LC M BK R and all kind of BUILDING MATERIALS
Paints, Oils, Nail,4:o., Ac.
aocsrrs for scHooacks
n29) Honolulu, Hawaiian Iland. (7
JOEXT OF THE FOLLOWING COASTERS t
tToinna and Gen. SeiseL
I L.IG. Red with White BaU. OFFICE, Corner of
jalS 79 Nuuano and Queen Btreeta.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER i CO., AGENTS.
.nimnnHiii can alw.TS be made for
!j-Jhim j j e of Oil. Rone. Wool. Hide
andheTMerchandise to New Bedford, Bo.ton, New York and
Vi" r"' u""",c"beiwb A CO.
R E G V Ij A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
V C. BREWER &. t:o.. AUK As.
fsV t .,,.), and I. reealred STORAGE FREK and
liberal cash advances mad on antpmeni oj inn
line. Ja3 . u. Q" " "
Manufacturing Property !
IT ox Sn.Xe
On Liliha Street, Honolulu,
THE MATCH ACT0RY !
MR. F1. VEHLING.
1 have received Instruction from Mr. Tehling to offer at
Private Sale, the above
WITH ALL THE
MACHINERY AND MATERIAL,
As well at the unexpired Term of Lease.
mhe Property I. a pnyiag Ibo dentaad
tnr na nrrviii twin r regular and increasing; every year.
It present an unusual opportunity for a person with a small
capital to enter into a well eatablished and successful business,
where with reasonable energy one may be sure of a handsome
income. The business has been established for over three
Mr. Th. marhinerv ia all nrat cl ill and In perfect order.
with sufficient material on hand to carry on the manufacture
for some time.
There la also considerable pare power which could be
utilized in a profitable manner. The capacity of the Factory la
ONE HUNDRED GROSS OF CARD,
And Block Matcbea Daily.
Mr. Tehling will give the purchaser all necessary instruction
to carry on the business. A complete inventory ut us pro
perty can be seen at my office, or by calling on Mr. Vehling at
the Factory, uima utreei.
E. P. ADAMS,
Honolulu, Jane 2f3, 1380. Ut3 J Queen Btfeet
KINO. : : : MASTER.
K. fr . -V ri fj .-jSC? " r-V- ti
NEW YORK & ENGL AND
T. F.Whiton and City of Madrid
tAND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS.
Direct by rail from Nev York to San Francisco,
(Bought previous to Late Advances In Prices, and
for sale at Bottom Bates for Cash.)
A FINE ASSORTMENT
LAMPS & CHANDELIERS
Lamp Good in every variety,
Kerosene Oils Downer's and Palace,
Kerosene Non-Explosive Oil Stoves,
Hubbuck' Paints and Oil.
House and Carriage Paint and Brushes,
Turpentine, Varnishes, Glue,
Averiirs Chemical Paint,
Lubricating Oils and Compound,
ALBANY LUBRICATING COJIPOIWD AND (TPS,
ALBANY CYLINDER OIL,
Lard Oil, Castor Oil, &c. &c.
A very complete assortment.
In great variety direct from the manufacturer.
POCKET CUTLERY, SCISSORS.
SHEARS, RAZORS AND HONES.
Tool for Carpenters, Machinist,
Masons and other Mechanics.
BEED tt BARTON S CELEBB1TED
SILVER PLATED WARE!
Plow., Harrows, Spade, Shovels, O-os, Fork,
Rakes, Planters' and Qarden Hoes,
RICE HOES, Crow Bar.
Grindstones and Fixtures,
Pick Axer, Pick Mattocks,
Grub Hoe, Bush and Grass Scythes, Bush Hooks,
Rice nooks. Grass nook, Cane Knives, Axes,
Canal-barrow with iron and wooden wheels,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains, Back Chnina, Topsail Chains,
The Improved Steel Paris Plow,
By some planters said to be superior to any other plow
ever offered in this market, and to require less cattle for the
same amount of work than any other.
CELEBRATED MOLINE PLOWS
In different sizes.
Gang Plows Supplied to Order.
GALVANIZED BASIN'S AND BUCKETS,
TINWARE, ni.NGDAM BUCKETS.
A Large Invoice of Gun Caps.
Store Trucks, Wooden WhilHetrees,
Douglas Force Pumps, Hay Cutters,
Philadelphia Lawn Mowers,
Platform Scale, Swedge Blocks,
Nails, Tacks, Screw. Spikes, Crow Bars,
Tire Machine and Carriage Bolts,
Galvanized Wash Boards.
Rattan Yard Brooms, Door Mats,
An elegant assortment of Yale Padlocks,
Dixons' American Lead Pencils, a full line.
Galvanized & Painted Barbed Wire
DILLINGHAM & CO.
37 Fort street, Honolulu.
lYZrs. U. B. GRIFPIHT
No. 103 Fort Street,
Formerly occupied by the late Mr. Black, beg to inform the
ladies of Honolulu, and ol the adjaceat Islands, that
she will constantly keep for sale a splendid
Most Fashionable Assortment
HATS TRIMMED ill tie LATEST STYLES
Executed in the Most Brilliant and Del
icate Nicety of the Art.
She leave a standing order with her agenu to
Constantly Forward Her by Ulb Steamers
Latest and Most
Advanced Styles in the Art
Notwithstanding the extra coat of getting goods to this King
dom, HER CHARGES will be AS MODERATR a
those of the milliner of the Coast.
She Will Also Keep a Select Stock
WMES' MD CMtDBEN'S
The n.lrsiinird Ploninotentlaries. negotiators of the
foregoing Treaty of Friendship, Commerce and Javiga
tion and Consular Convention between the German Em
pire and the Hawaiian Kingdom, have met to-day and
agreed, with the consent of their respective Govern
ments, to the following explanatory notes regarding some
dispositions of said Treaty : .
iiBST. The Third Section of Aructe ia oi saiu xrc.ij ,
in regard to marriages, concluded by citizens of the one
country in the other in the forms sanctioned by the laws
of the latter shall be considered and held legal and valid
likewise in the former country; provided that, in regard
to the material conditions of matrimony, no disposition,
applicable to such case according to the law of the native
country, is violated or contravened by such marriage.
Secojtd. The clause of Article XII in regard to the re
cicrocal exemption of consular officers, not being citi
zens of the country where they are accredited, from all
direct or personal or sumptuary taxes, auues or contri
butions " is not intended in any case to include Customs-
Ththd. The clanae In the same Article XII "lt How
ever the said Consular officers are, or become owners of
real estate in the country where they reside, or engage in
commerce " is intended and shall be construed to mean
the engaging of any consular officer in any business or
pursuit for profit extraneous to his consular functions.
uone at Berlin, February lotn, iseu.
HEXBY A. P. CARTER,
H. V. KXSSEROW.
AND. WHEREAS. The said Treaty has been now duly
ratified by His Majestv the King, and His Imperial
Majesty of the German Empire, and ratifications ex
changed, the said Treaty has become a part of the law of
the said Kingdom, and all the provisions thereof are to
L. S. JOHN MAKINI KAPEA,
Minister of Foreign Afiiirt.
FoBEiaif Office, Honolulu, June 23d, 18S0. jy3
Notice to Builders.
Tenders are wanted for building at Oahu Prison.
Plana and specifications can be seen at the office of the
Superintendent of Public Works after Thursday, the loth
Inst., between the hours of 10 a ni, and noon, and from 2
till 4 pm.
Tenders marked " Tenders for Building," may be left
at the Interior Office on or before Saturday, the 24th Inst.,
at 12 o'clock.
The Minister of the Interior does not bind himself to
accept the lowest or any tender.
SAMX. G. WILDER, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. July 13, 1S80. ju-17
The regular annual public examinations of the Gov
ernment English Day Schools in Honolulu, will be held
as follows : On Wednesday, July 21st, at the Pohukaina
School. On Thursday. July 22d, at the Fort Street School.
On Friday. July 23d, at the Royal School, The examina
tions will begin at 9 o'clock a, m.. on each of the days
named. The annual vacation of seven weeks will extend
until Monday, September 13th, 1880, from which date a
new term will begin.
By order of the Board of Education.
W. Jas. Smith, School Agent.
Education Office, July 1st, 1880. jy3 3t
In accordance with Section 373 of the Civil Code, E. B.
Fbeil has been appointed to inspect and try all beams.
weights and measures for the Island of Oahu.
JOHN O. DOMINIS. Governor of Oahu.
Office of Governor of Gahn, June 22, 1880. je-26-
In accordance with Section 379 of the Civil Code, T. V.
Everett has been appointed to inspect and try all beams,
weights and measures, for the districts of Wailnkn, Wai-
hee, and Makawao, Island of Maui.
JOHN O. DOMINIS, Governor of Maui.
Office of Governor of Oahu, June 22, 1880. je-29-
Lease of Government Land.
On Wednesday, July 28, 1880, at 12 o'clock noon, at the
front entrance of Aliiolani Hale, will be leased at public
auction for a term of ten years, all that piece of Govern
ment land, situated at Ewa, Island of Oahu, and known
as Mananalki, containg an area of 6 Co-lOOths acres. tXp-
set price $50 per annum. Terms, payable semi-annually
n advance. SAMX G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, June 24. 18). je-2t-5t
These are 1! Lots belonging to the Government on
Kulaokahua plains, and applications for the purchase of
the same, will be received at this office, under the same
conditions as the former saleB.
RAM'L G. WILDER, Minister of Interior.
Interior Department, April 2d, 1880. ap3
Licenses Expiring in July, 1880.
Notice is hereby Kiven that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, and all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
RETAIL. OA H 17.
1 E C McCaudless, Fish Market, Honolulu
1 John Baker, " "
1 T W Kualaku, "
1 A McWayne, corner Merchant & Fort Street "
I Kong Wo Chong & Co, Kaueohe.
I Hyman Bros, Merchant street, "
ITU Davies, Kaahumanu street, "
1 Wing Chong Hung & Co, Nuuanu street, "
2 Wong Man, Liliha street, "
3 Wing Wo Tai X Co, Nuuanu street, "
S Man Chuck A: Co, Nuuanu street, "
5 Tong Kim, Nuuanu street, "
5 M Phillips 4: Co, Nuuanu street, "
5 Tong Hang, Nuuanu street, "
7 L Ahlo, Nuuanu street, "
8 Kong Man Wo & Co, Nuuanu street, '
11 Ho Wing Chong, corner of Beretania ti Smith sis.
11 Hart BroB, Nuuanu stTeet, "
13 C Akana, Nuuanu street, "
14 John Gee Foo, Nuuanu street, "
14 Annua, "Waialua,
15 Nee Lee, Beretania street, "
18 H May 4: Co. Fort street, "
21 Kong On & Knng Sing Wa, King st, Kapalama."
21 Man On Chong, Alakea street, "
23 Cum Chun, cor Maunakea 4: Hotel streets "
28 Chum Wa & Co, cor " " " "
30 M B Sylveira, Nuuanu street,
1 C H Dickey, Hamakuapoko,
ISP Kalehua, Waihee,
3 Aka, Kaluaaha, Molokai,
5 Awo, Haraakltapoko.
9 D W Kamanuwai, Kaupo,
II A WA II. RETAIL.
1 W Kapaona, Honomakau, N. Kohala,
1 C N Luvow. Kabaluu, N. Kona,
5 D Manuia, Kaiopthi, N. Kohala,
6 Goo Kim &: Co, Makapala, N. Kohala,
V G Kimball, Kaloko, N Kona.
9 Han Same & Ayan, Kapaau, N. Kohala,
11 W H Davis, Kailua, N. Kona.
15 Goo Kim & Co, Apuakehau, N. Kohala,
15 H N Greenwell, Kalukalu, N. Kona,
20 J D Mills, Hilo,
24 K Amu & Co, Hamakna,
24 Hao Kelr, (w) Kukuibale, Hamakna,
24 Akau, Kohanaiki, N. Kona,
27 C Y Aiona, Punahoa, Hilo,
30 Quon Sing Lung & Co, Pueo, Hilo.
1 Hyman Bros, Merchant street,
1 T H Davies, Kaahumanu street,
18 H May & Co, Fort street.
1 A Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel,
I T H Davies, Kaahumanu street, Honolulu,
19 C S Bartow, Queen street, Honolulu,
II Daniel Napela, Molokai,
1 Gore Espinda, Wailuku,
1 Gore Espinda, Lahaina,
1 A Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel,
11 Hart Bros, Nuuanu street,
14 C Asine, Lahaina,
22 H J Nolte, cor Nuuanu and Queen street.
17 Joseph Perry, Maunakea street,
22 Shipman & Eldarts, Hilo,
29 H Cornwell, Waikapu,
1 Nee Sing & Co, Pueo, Hilo, Hawaii,
1 A Herbert, Hawaiian Hotel.
3 Wing Wo Tai k Co, Nuuanu street,
9 E Batchelor, Wailuku,
21 Gee Pio, Leleo, King street,
21 Hon Kew, Maunakea street,
ao Asiona, Waimea, Kauai,
II Ab See, Hamaukua, Hawaii.
TO PLASTERERS & BUILDERS !
Groocl Fresh. Hair,
FIT FOR PLASTERER'S USE. FOR SALE
In quantities to suit, and at reasonable rates.
P. O. BOX 49. HUGH MACKAY,
jy3 Proprietor cf the Honolulu Tannery.
PORTRAITS IN CBAYON. PASTEL AND
Water Colors; also, Crayon and Water Colors combined.
Chromo-Photographs in Oil and Photograph! Colored. Old
Pictures Copied and enlarged. Prices reasonable and satis
faction gauranteed. Studio and Residence, No. 30 Beretania
street. myl tf
Per Marlborough, via San Francisco,
Per City of Madrid,
Per City Of Nankin
FOR SALE TO ARRIVE
ED. IIOFFSCHLAEGER tt CQ.
A BOUSE AND LOT IN KAPALAMA.
for particulars, inquire of
nl tf n. HACKFELD CO.
SATURDAY, JULY 17.
Telograpbic communication between Hongkong
and Manila was established on the 1st of May.
Honolulu has its hero, he worked wonders
at rCnniulani Park on the 3rd inst. It's a wonder
E" II M S relican, G guns, left Victoria for Ho
nolulu on or about the 4th instant. She may be
expected here about the latter part ot this month.
John D. Spencer is the name of a young
man whose relatives in Iowa are Tery anxious to
hear from him. He is supposed to be on these In
lands. "0ru neighbor seems to have gone intoecataciea
over oar comments on the artiole attributable to
Mr. Hartwell in its last week's issue ; the explana
tion however is altogether too thin to suit the case.
J" The beauties of Hawaii nei are to be trans
ferred to canvas by Mr. Charles Furneaux, a Bos
ton artist, lately arrived. We are anxious to see
the first production.
3rl- The Pupils of the Royal School invite their
parents and friends to be present at their Exhibi
tion on Monday Evening next. July 19th, 1880, at
the Lyceum, commencing at 7.30.
Mr. Rhodes bill to provide medicines, ttc. for
contract laborers and destitute people passed Its
second reading on Thursday last, notwithstanding
the decided opposition shown to it throughout by
The Board of Education at their meeting last
Saturday accepted the resignation of Miss L F In
graham. Princinal of Hilo Union School, to take
effect at the close of the present school term.
A match game of ba3e ball was played at Wailu
ku, July 3rd, between the ' Wailuku B. B. U." of
Wailuku, and a picked nine from the Spreckles
and McCoppin plantations, ending in a victory for
the Plantation boys by a score of 17 to 9.
The funeral pageant of a Mr. Kwok Ache
ong, a wealthy Chinaman, who died in April last
in Hongkong, cost $5,000. To give an idea of its
length, it is stated that the cortege occupied one
hour and thirteen minutes to pass one spot.
The Democratic nominees for President and Vice
President of the United States have been promul
gated and they are. for President, General Win
fleld Scott Hancock of Pennsylvania, for Vice
President W. II. English of Indiana.
E5P " Chacun," our contemporary of this
week only verifies our words of last week, and we do
not consider it necessary to enter into further veri
fication in the matter, unless necessitated to do so.
He has certainly now indicated his own personal
fj5f A race has been arranged between Joseph
Cockett of Waikapu, and D P Eldripge, of Knla. to
race their horses Waikapu Boy,: and Tele
phone " a single dash of one mile, for $125 a side,
50 already up as a forfeit. Race takes place at
Kahului, Maui, July 31st.
Dumping dirt in the publio streets in heaps
is not conducive to public health nor publio safety.
Adams' Lane where it joins Hotel street is the spot
whereon a great deal of the dirt of neighboring tene
ments is thrown, and now the accumulations form a
respectable pile, much to the detriment of carriages,
the dread of nervous horses and the worriment of
nightly foot passers.
We learn from good authority that the
Chinese steamer Ilo-chung is again on her way to
these shores with a full complement of Chinese
passengers. Though this is authentic, it was not
furnished by the special agent. The veto having
been put on Mr. Rhodes Immigration Bill, the in
flux of 400 or 500 Chinese males, without females ,
cannot be interfered with by the Government.
The steamer is due about the 28th July.
Our neighbor steers its bark against the
pilots for not clearing away the rain storm that
prevailed at the advent of the City of Sydney on
the morning of the 12lh inst. and thereby obviat
ing the uecessity of the steamer sounding its whis
tle. The insinuation that the vessel was delayed
from entering the port by the absence of the pilot
is wrong, as the pilot in question was on board
within a short time after the signalling of the ves
sel and some time before he could make the en
trance to the harbor.
Mcsio The Band will play this
Emma Square, at half-past 4 o'clock,
ing is the programme :
March The Midshipmite, new
Trio The Mountaineer, new
Selection The Flying Dutchman, new
Waltz Loved and Lost, new
American Anthem Columbia, new
Quadrille The Girls Boarding School, new
The next moonlight concerts will take place on Mon
day July 19, and on Wednesday evening (full moon)
July 2l8t at the usual time in Emma Equare.
The Theatre. The California Variety Combina
tion have continued their pleasing performances at
the Royal Hawaiian Theatre, during the past week,
playing to slim but appreciative audiences. His
Majesty the King and members of the royal family
were present at the entertainment on the evening of
the 10th inst., and the performers, each and all,
played well their parts. The programme for this
evening introduces Miss Bickle, Mies Granville and
Mr. Charreau, in new songs, Mr. Cal. Godefroy in
cannon ball exercises, and the funny folks, Fremont
and Fox in new comicalities. Professor Heinsen
should take the opportunity between acts to perform
a violin solo, and there is no doubt hut that his
efforts would be appreciated. Another performance
to-night and again, with change of programme, on
Tuesday and Thursday of next week.
Racks at Kauclui. The ri.cea which took place
at Kahului, Maui, on the 3rd inst. were well at
tended, and everything connected with the pro
gramme was accomplished in a satisfactory man
ner and reflected credit upon the management.
Following are the names of the winners in the va
rious races: Trotting Race, miie heats. b-st two in
three, won by A. Hockings b g. Pete ; Time, 3.52,
3.51, 3.45. Running Race, 2 mile dash, won by
D. P. Eldridge's b. g. Telephone ; Time, 4.08J.
Running Race, mile heats, beet two in three, won
by Geo. borsyth's br. m. Actress ; Time 1.59, 2.04.
Running Race. 4 mile dash, won by Telephone in
56 seconds. Hack Race, mile dash, won by II.
B. Hales b. g. Ranger in 59 seconds.
A match race of a mile dash. $50 a i-ide
between Il.G Treadway's b. m. Rifleman, and II B
Hales blk. m. Songstress was the closing event ;
the race was won by Rifleman, the time not taken..
Another Runaway. A native Bucephalaus, at
tached to express wagon number 35, displayed a
portion of the spirit of his ancestors on the even
ing of the 12th inst, by starting off at a high rate
of speed down Fort street utterly regardless of the
comfort of the only occupant of the wagon. Mr De
jean. Attempting to turn the corner of King and
Fort streets the carriage collided with the brick
building, situated on the Waikiki side, and the con
cussion unseated the occupant and threw him out.
releaseq toe horse irom an connections, and demol
ished the wagon. Mr. Dejean received some very
severe bruises, and a deep cut under the chin, but
fortunately the injuries are not necessarily fatal,
though a very close call." As has become the
rule in such cases the driver escaped injury al
though it is stated that the runaway occurred
through a defect in the head gear, of bot!) horse
Jp3 Among the passengers that arrived by the
diy of Sydney was Madame Wyse, the grand
daughter of an Indian Princess. This lady is an
artiste in floral band painting on velvet and eilk.
Among the specimens of her wonderful work, we
were shown two magnificent eilk ball room dress
es, hand painted, by the process of which she
alone knows the secret. One dress in white eilk
with lace trimmings, covered with painted wreaths
and clusters of flowers. This was displayed to ad
vantage, as it was fitted on a lady of a good figure
and tall stature. The other is a silver grey, similar
ly decorated with glowing sprays and wreaths.
We were also shown a number of smoking caps in
silk and velvet with the various colors beautifully
painted on the material. We are informed that
the colors are " fast," and will not rub off, so that
ladies need not be afraid of causing " an Act for
damages." in a quiet waltz. These precious articles
of use and elegance are on view at Mr. Lnning's,
Enterprise in all undertakings is commend
able, and not less so in the Press than elsewhere.
On Wednesday last we were treated to two editions
of the Gazette, but so far we have been unable to
distinguish the first from the second edition, beyond
the fact that they differ somewhat. In referring to a
harmless freak perpetrated on the flag-staff of a
friendly power, that which we presume to be the
first edition, says :
" Those hoodlums who misbehaved themselves on the
3d of July, must, if they have any decent feeling left in
them, feel pretty bad after the dressing down that Gene
ral Comly gave them."
" What la more objectionable than that arrogant asser
tion of national superiority which especially character
izes the narrow minded Briton and immediately after
him the narrow minded subject of the United States."
Perhaps this narrow minded statement " orept in
by mistake" like the commercial item relating to
the Government did the week before, and without
the knowledge of the legal editor. In the other edi.
tion this disquisition is omitted as the "narrow
minded " writer probably received an intimation of
the consequences that might ensue from this style of
JSP" Well mixed Government water and muJ.
E?" For report of Legislative proceedings see
Steamer Australia is billed to arrive here
from Sydney on August 7th.
S Another mill took place yesterday in the
precincts of the Legislative Hall. The aggressor
come off second best.
S Work has b.-en started on the situ of the
new building for the Musical Hall Association.
The Hall will be completed In November next.
53? A long debate took place yesterday after
noon on the propriety of crowning His Majesty.
It will be resumed this morning, when Mr. Gibson
will have the floor.
ST On Sunday last the heavens opened with a
sprinkle, which gradually increased to a shower,
and continued until MonJay morning, when it
amounted to a deluge.
HP" In the abstract of the Trade of China for
1379, it states : Hawaii figures for the first time in
the list, the value of the trade for 1879 being $24,
357, consisting almost entirely of exports, most
likely carried by the steamer Hochvng, when that
vessel made an experimental trip to Honolulu.
Thk 4th at Hilo. A correspondent at nilo
writes that the glorious 4th was celebrated In that
"burgh" by boat, horse, mulu, swimming, sack and
barrow races, the neighbors pooling debased "
coin to the amount of $ 12 1.20 for prize money.
Everybody seemed to enjoy themselves and no
drunken persons were visible.
0q the second reading of Mr. Rhodes bill to
provide medicines and medical comforts for contract
laborers, the following section was struck out, though
it bears a charitable appearance. Probably the
Board of Health, as at present bound together, don't
wish to be interfcrred with:
Section 5. A dispeimary for gratuitous medical treat
ment of indigent sick perons, presided over by a physi
cian on a salary to bo agreed upon between him and the
Minister of the Interior, ami provided in the appropria
tion bill, shall be establltdied at each of the following
places: At Kau, Kohala, and Kona, on the Island of 11 a
wall; at liana, Wailuku and Lahaina, on the Island of
Maul; at Koolaupoko and Walanae, on the Island of Oahu,
aud at Kilauea aud Koloa, on the Inland of Kauai.
The (j'uzette. in referring to Minister Kapena, re
marks : Possibly he may think that our articles,
calling lor respectable and respected Ministers,
were meant for bun." It U not known what Min
ister Kapena may think, as he has been a respect
ed Minister ol the Crown fur the last five years,
but it is sure that any call for respectable and res
pected v ministers should never include an ex
ininister who, according to a report adopted by
the Legislative Assembly ol 1878, withdrew the
balances of the appropriation (or his department, a
sum of $2,926 from the Treasury, placed it in his
private bank, where it iniulit have remained an as
set to the credit of his a-xtale, had ho died at the
time, there being no evidence to the contrary, but
for the vigorous expose of the transactions made
by the Finance Committee of that session.
Kalloch's Crime He is Discharged on a
Technicality and at once Re-arrested.
Yesteiday afternoon, in Department No. 11,
before Judge Freelon, the motion of which Mr.
Highton hud previously jfiveii notice, to quash
the information against I. M. Kalloch, for murder,
came up for argument.
Alex. Campbell, special counsel for the prose
cution, admitted that one of the points made by
Mr. Highton. viz: that upon (he examination of
the case in the Police Court, the testimony had not
been reduced to writing and signed by the wit
nesses, was sufficient to invalid. ile the informa
tion, and he would, therefore-, consent to the pro
ceedings being quashed. -
Upon this ground alone, and without passing
upon the other objection touching the constitu
tionality of the proceedings. Judge Freelon dis
missed the information.
Mr. Highton then moved for a discharge of the
Mr. Campbell He is entitled to his discharge
on that information. Theie 'm, however, a warrant
out lor his rearrest, on the ground of murder.
Judge What have you to say against the dis
Campbell I have nothing to say. As far as
that iufortnation is concerned, he has a right to
his discharge. There is a provision In the Penal
Code, however, that it shall not prevent his re
arrest. Judge The motion having been made, and not
being objected to by the District A Homey or
Campbell We don't assent to it.
Assistant District Allot uuy Marshall I don't
iiudt-istund that his Jiseh:iige on that Inluimation
touches other proccilins ut all. The ease re
mains exactly hh it whs foto the lufoi matioii was
Judge That would seem (n be Ihe case.
Campbell As a matter of renier precaution
we have issued another warrant.
Highton We simply ask Ihe motion to be passed
upon by Ihe Court.
Judge The uioti.,u U ijniiiL-d. ami the defend
ant. I. M. Kalloch. in discharged.
Deputy Sheriff W. II. Tuttle iiiiniedialely re
arrested Kalloch upon a complaint sworn to sev
eral days ao by V. 8. Drepuicher, in anticipa
tion of yenlerday pr..c.-e.iin, charging him
with the murder of (Jims ! Young. The com
plaint was drawn by Al. x. Campbell, and the
warrant issued by ihe Police Judge three day
ago. ,S. '. Paper.
Cabvl, May 18. Desertei s from liorat report
the city in u mate ol anarchy, Ayoob Khan a
prisoner, un.l ihe tro.j.n mutinous for pay and
oppression ili people.
Nkw Yoi.k June 'J. A dispatch to the Herald
from l'aii-i.M: Om I'eiliu correspondent tele
grapl.s: it is ih- v.-iil. d conviction of the en
tourage ol the Luipeioi Alexander, and is general
ly beiieVed ut Coillt In n-. Hint Ihe Cz r Will B003
many moiganttically ihe Princss Dalgeronky,
by whom he has three childien. and who is living
with him at Tsarkoe .Seloc."
Svkactsk, June y. il(,m:j Seymour yesterday
said to Judge Graham, of Oneida: I see that
Roscoe Conkling said in his ci ch. at Chicago.
linn vjiuiii wouiu carry me Male of XSew York
against Horatio Seymour. II I were the nominee
of the Cincinnati Convention, I should certainly
carry New York : but I am in no sernte a candi
date, as the nomination does not belong to New
York." A promiuent anil Tilden politician say
the candidacy of Seymour al Cincinnati ia now a
certainty, and that he will uccept, if named with
The Lord Mayor of Dublin has telegraphed every
Mayor in the United Stale for further assistance.
Montevideo. June 9. A serious revolution in
Buenos Ayre has broken out. The port I block
aded by the national fleet, and a seige has been
London, June 14 The scene In the House of
Commons yesterday lasted six hours, and was un
exampled by any occurence of late years. The
Spraker was utterly powerless to restrain the tur
buleut Home Rule members, who were greatly In
censed at the action of Mr. Gladstone in moving
that Mr. O'Donnell be not heard. The Irish mem
bers accused Mr. Gladstone of endeavoring to gag
members of the House, and denounced the whole of
the Ministers as embodiments of Caesarism Mr.
Foster delivered a trenchant and caustic speeoh on
the conduct of the Irish member. He asserted that
the member for Duogarvau Mr. O'Donnell, bad oat
raged the decenci 'S of society and wantonly imperil
led international amity, by the grossly personal at
tack he had made upon the French Ambassador.
After the excitement had abated order was restored.
Mr. Gladstone effected a compromise with the turbu
lent members, and withdrew his motion.
L ndon, Jane 15 Ia view of a renewal of the
scene which occurred ia the House of Commons last
night, Mr. O'Donnell, a member for Duogarvan
amended his question in reference to the propriety
of the acceptance of M. De Lanoour as French Am
bassador. Intense anxiety exists as to how the Gov
ernment will act. Mr. O'Donnell is a Catholic, and
he alleges that M. De Lancour plundered a convent
and ordered the massacre of troops at Lyons daring
the Commune. All parties censure O'Donaell's po
licy, and the Press condemn Mr. Gladstone's basto
in attempting to prevent O'Donnell's motion of ad
journment to attack M. De Lancoar, as threatening
the rights of private members, bat they take It as a
sign that the Premier is determined to suppress ob
struction. London. June 15. An article In the Timet shows
that Mr. Gladstone, at the last moment, was compel
led to revise the wine tariff, la order to secure the
London, Jane 10 In the House of Commons to
night, the Right Hon. W. E. Baxter referred to the
superior speed of the Oriental Company's steamers
over the steamers of the Peninsular and Oriental
Company. Mr. Fawcett (Pott-master-General), in
reply, said that the Imperial Government were not
responsible for the existing contract with the P. and
London, Jane 16. News has been received that
the Chinese are preventing Russian subjects from,