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FRIDA Y. A VGCXT 13, 1H.
Commercial aad business circles bare not been mm b
overburdened with business daring the past week, tbe
arrival being only three in nnubrr, and with a total
cargo valuation of about $90,000. Tbe forward movement
of 1 J land prodnce baa been very weak, the only depart
ure being the Australia for the Month with a cargo val
ued at X910 70.
Exchange ia moderately eacy. tbe rate beinx fnmi '!'
to 3 per cent. Tbe Australia was to bring f l.tXX iu Mexi
can money according to the Alts of the 1st Inst., but no
auch amount wait deliverer! by that ve.el at this port.
Waa tt smuggled on abore
Tbe arrival of tbe Bo Chung from China will but re
lieve tbe labor market to any great extent a tbe Chinese
firm here have alrrady gobbled up tbe tbe incoming
Tbe amount of njar received during tbe week wax
Tbe W H Meyer sail Brut for San Francisco, followed
by the i D EpreckeU and by tbe atmr Ho Chung.
la Saa Frnci.co daring the pat month Mexican dol
lar have reached 92 Y, anU toticned as low a W. the lat
quotation, Aiuraat 2nd. waa 91 J . There la a great scarci
ty cf subsidiary silver coin in California, and the matter
orcaptea the attention of the AMitant I'. S. Treasurer,
woo baa written to Washington for instructions. The
canae of tbe ararrity is attributed to tbe fact that nearly
ail tbe merchants made it a point to carry their daily re
ceipts of silver to tbe Treasury office for redemption, this
rvrarse being necessary to enable thetn to bank, the clear
ing Hons of San Francisco, which represent nearly all
the banks of the city, refusing to receive silver at all on
deposit. Mr. Sherman, tbe Assistant V. I. Treasurer,
says that it is not tbe fault of tbe niaxse that nearly
ail the fractional silver currency has found its way into
the Treasury, bat in a great degree tbe action of the
banks declining to receive tbe same on deposit." It be
hoves merchants in this rid mty to refrain as mnch as
possible from forwarding subsidiary silver to the Coast.
for if we are not careful a like acarrity of small change
will bother this community.
Shipments of lour from San Francisco to these
Islands daring tbe month of July amounted to ltfn bar
rels, valued at S4.S44. The total exportations from Sau
Francisco to Hawaii net for inly amounted in value to
I-JIS.; against lil.34 for the month of June, and the
Alia naively remarks It has been quite a surprise to
many to aee bow this trade has kept up, and the idea of
overtrading seems to have taken possession of the mind
of not a few." This supposition will be undoubtedly ex
palled when tbe noocbaiance with which our .Legislature
threw overboard, the flO.OUG.ObO loan bill is noticed, and
mayhap may satisfy our friends abroad that we do not
wish to yet assume the role of borrowers. During the
eleven months ending May 31st tbe total value of goods
admitted Into the L'nited htatea free of duty from tbe Ha
waiian. Islands, under the reciprocity treaty was $'(vj,-
fiOOAaa. Late Manila advices state that the transac
tions for the two weeks ending Jane lyth. amounted to
2a.UuO picnis, extrsjabout I. 8. 6 4.6S it $4.r.J per
picul, and some ljt piculs, superior, about 7 1. M. r$ $4
per picul. At these figures tbe market closed steady and
quiet. Tbe latest report from tbe principal sugar mar
kets are as follows: r-'"
London. July 10. Manila, extra superior
German and Austrian Beet Sugars ox - per ton.
ton, . - ' per cent. UT.iO per
If Vw York. July 23 " ...
Bt. Iltt - jiaw was quiet but firm. SftS hhds
fa (47f., and V0 bbds Muscavsdo ditto. Centri-
e ml Jragar. Koe. 1 to 11 n per cent to it per cent, k
, a c, do do. Moa. 14 to 1. T to je.
Kingston. J a., July 7 The whole Inland is suffering
from drought. A few showers have fallen but nothing
pearly auArlent for the wants of agriculturists. Some
fifty acres of cane were destroyed by an army of cater
pillars who from tbe excessive drought attacked aad
destroyed the young canes.
Havana. July 17- -The market was weak and quiet, and
last week's quotations w --- -- sustained. The pre-
aent stocks in w-- -re im
i sou hiM V. t warehouse at Havana
sw.m i. JAio nags ana onus sugar.
in" . . .... ...... ...
Iati" n Francisco papers we clip tbe following re
ef v-g to sugar. The Journal of Commerce, under date
-Die 29th uil givea the imports of sugar since Jan. 1.
Total . ... -i. 55,186,717
We note sales of COO bags Island at 6MvS)c. Since
tbe arrival of the Maiolo there have been no receipts of
Sandwich Island augar at this port and consequently tbe
market is very atrong. Daring the week on Saturday
24 an advance of He in Dry Granulated took place. The
Tienaneeta of the market are very bright.
The S. F. Merchant, of the 3rtb nit., says: Inland ra
continue to come forward freely and the California ai
American Hngar refineries are both well supplied w
stork. Grocery grades are in fair demand, with a l'mI
supply on band. Hales during tbe week have been about
JOuu bags, at (vS 5 c ; the above figures being tbe extreme
range of a notations.
From the Grocer and Country Merchant of tbe .TOth.'w.
quote Sandwich Island, in ska. dark C.' ; do good do
l.Mkv9; do choice. kegaVH-
Bice Late Japanese advicea report that food through
out tbe country ia very dear notwithstanding a large sur
plus of Kice, which tbe farmers will not sell for paper
and cannot export for want of cheap conveyaucea. As an
inevitable result of the damage to tbe growing crops of
paddy, the price of rice has gone np about 3i cents pel
Lata 8 an Francisco advices state that during the wyj
tbe market advanced, on mixed Eice from f.Vu5 to '.JJ
with aales of 7uOO bags for the week. Sandwich Island
baa advanced and is firm at 5.c. A few hundred bags
were sold on the 31t .ult.. louo bags of Hawaiian Rice
were sold at 51, and the same ia now held by the buyers
at 6. Tbe total imports of Rice in tbe port of Sao Fran
cisco from Jan. 1, I) to July 30 were as follows:
i'ki.. 1i :tct
m. .............. . . .....-.-..-....i..---...-......" - . i
Japan . . . ............ . 51 100
Carolina.. . . . . . .... ...... J3.2U0
Hror.e have been atrong at 22 M.
Large quantities of salmon are now being shipped t
England, late advU.ee mentioning ,..5 cases in tw
1L0C TUE WILftKYES.
The J D Sprecklrs ia laying at the Esplanade opposite
the Custom House, finishing loading, the will probably
sail for Baa Francisco on Monday.
Bk Oeneral Butler baa discharged ber cargo of lumber
and will return immediately to Fuget Sound tn ballast.
Bk Revere is discharging the last of ber cargo of coal
at the P M 8 8 wharf, the will sail In ballast for De
parture Bay on Tuesday or Wednesday.
The bktne Amelia. Capt Foye is discharging coal at
theUkeUse-a wharf. Kbe will sail about tbe latter part
of next week. In ballast, to Port Townsend there to load
lumber for can Krmncisco.
The Burns Vista is con tinning to discbarve lumber at
tbe foot of the Esplanade. She may probably get away
by next Tuesday for Port Townsend.
The City of Nankin la discbsrging a general cargo at
the Esplanade, she will go to Ban Francisco from here
having a cargo in transitu for that port.
Tbe Discovery baa changed captains. Captain Penbal
low sow being commander. She is at the Esplanade
discharging the but of ber cargo, and will soon com
mence to load for San Francisco.
Tbe Helen W Almy la laying off the Fish Market
wharf at present, but will haul alongside Brewer k 'o s
wbarf next Monday to load.
The W H Mayer Is laying at Brewer 4 Co 'a wharf, is
nearly loaded and will probably finish to day. She aails
immediately for ban Francisco witn a rail cargo of sug
ar, rice, molasses, and bides.
Tbe bk Starlight la at the foot of Brewer's wharf dis
charging. She will sail a boat the middle of next week
for Port Townsend, in ballast.
Tbe Stmr Ho Chnng is at the P M 8 S dock. S'ae baa
diacbarged all tbe Embryo business men that formed the
principal portion of ber cargo. She ia to sail for San
Francisco on Tuesday next at 4 p m.
Tbe schooner American Girl, formerly running be
tween the Islands and San Francisco is now In the
Tbe new brig Cbnsaelo, on Schmidt, master; now
loading at San Francisco for this port, is expected to
make extraordinary fast time on ber initial trip to here.
Following are ber dimensions : registered length, 135 6-10
teet: beam, 313-10; depth of bold, 11 7-10; tonnage. 293
Tbe steamer Gusaie Telfair is carrying coal between
Coos y, O., and Sen Francisco. To what base uses,
H. B. M. stmr. Socket was at last advices. Jnly 27th. at
Gabriola Bay. Victoria, B. C. rendering assistance to the
ship Thrasher. Tbe Utter vessel bad struck on a reef at
tbe entrance to the bay.
Kelpie is tbe present name of tbe new steamer built by
Hall Brasu at Port Ludlow, for Messrs. Foster A Co., of
thia city, am intended for island services. The follow
ing description of ber Is taken from the AUa: 116 feet
length of Keel and 12S feet over all; 16 feet beam and 9ft.
6 in. deptii of hold; register 198 tons. The engines are
com poan d. cylinders LI and 23 by 18 stroke ; shaft. 6 in.
ir. diameter. 10 feet pitch, and ber propeller, 7H feet in
diameter and four bladed. On the trip from Ludlow to
San Francisco she made 12 knots under sail. The Kelpie
was. on tbe 28tb nit., taking in ber engines and boilers
snd do definite time was set for ber departure from San
Tbe Japanese training ship (corvette) Tsnkuba. Com
mander Ainra, left San Francisco on the 30th ult for
Yokohama via Honolulu.
The berk Lady Lampaon bad 27 days trip to Frisco,
and the bark D. C. Murray, 24 days, on their late passages,
both vessels arriving oat on tbe 29th nit.
Tbe bktne Grace Roberta Bailed from Port Blakeley
with a load of lumber, on tbe 29tb nit., bound for Hono-
The schr Bonanza is now engaged In the Sontb Anier
lian trade. She left San Francisco on the 3Dth ult.,
bound for Guaymas with a cargo valned at $17,270.
Tbe bark Emm Angnsta left Utsalady, July 27th, with
a cargo of lumber for Hllo.
The bark Rainier sailed from Port Gamble for Hono
Inla on July aotb, lumber laden.
Tbe bktne Monitor was loading at Eureka on the 3tth.
8be returns hither.
The schr Maiolo was np and loading at San Francisco
for Honolulu on the 29tb ult., aa waa also the Martha W.
Tbe Sir William Wallace waa also loading for Newcas
tle. N. H. W.. vis Honolulu.
Tbe berk Amnle waa chartered on tbe 22nd nit., to load
tmnber at Port Blakely for Henololn.
Ban Francisco advices of latest dates give no tiding of
tbe Jeannette. Bennett's exploring vessel, and vessels ar
riving from about the neighborhood ia which she is sup
posed to be. offer little hope on account of the extreme
rongh weather for tbe aafety of vessel or crew.
All Baa Franclseo Is speaking with conmendation of
tbe noble action of Sir Tbomaa Ueakitb. a brave and gal
lant young Englishman, who baa sent bis plessure
yacht, tbe Lancashire Witch, to look after, and if possi
bie to rescue tbe erew of tbe Matbllde wrecked on tbe
Sue otto Islands, oft Manzaalllo, Mexico. His action was
impulsive, and refiecta greater credit when it is conaid
ered that tbe U. 8. Oovemment, through tbe Secretary of
the Navy. aiXbooRb notified of the peril of the crew, re
nted to act- Tbe Matbilde waa owned by Hawaiian
meccnenta. but ber captain and crew were American citi
zens. The island ot Socorro is not more than a week's
voyage from Saa Francisco, yet already several days have
taeea wasted since tbe news of the shipwreck was receiv-
The Russian corvette Djigit. bearing tbe fisg of Rear
Admiral Baron rUacklesberg, arrived at Yokohama on May
31st. from Honolulu.
Tbe ship Winchester, from Hants, with sugar f o t'ae
St. IWTnce Refinery ai Montreal. Canada, was wrecked
la tbe straits of Medagaecar. Her cargo was valued at
from $1-30 iXO to $ J0O.ua. and waa insured.
Mew ship Matbilde. Jones. Barred Inlet for Valparai
so abaadooed at aen tn a sinking condition June 24. 1st.
IS deg. Ji. Hi W mate and seven seamen picked np by
Mexican man-of-war and brought to this port la stmr
Newbero, captain 'a bott con tai sing bis wife and seven
men still missing.
ponT op nouoiiUi.TJ.
AM 1 sit slip City of Naokla, McConneU, 120 days fm
9 f Mil Australia, Carx&, 7 days ami 12 hours fin
11 8(tn J D gpreskles, Hansen, fat Kabului
IS Chinese- stia Bo Cbnag. Peterson, it days from
Canton, and n paan gera.
. Tar Cool peer. Birkiolsv. for Port Townsend
7li IMI Pelican, Dicken, tor Kauai
10 PsfSft Aostniis, Carr IU, tor Sydney ia Auck
V1MKI IX I'ORT
Am sch llooora.
Jaluiltgtue Nicola us
Aui bk Martha Eidrout, WirVtierg
Am bk Harvest Horn-. it.n
Am tern Conip-er. iiicLhalin
Kglne J b rprrckles.
Bk Gviw-ral Buder.
Bkte Ainelit. (
I Bte linens Vt:a.
' ibip City of Maokin.
I Bkte Discovery
' Bk Helen H A liny.
Birtoe W H Meyer.
Bk .-tar light
gtmr Ho Coung.
Veeeele far Hewelala fr ens Foreign Ferl.
Brit bk Oberoo. Liverool. due Kept 25-C0
Am bk Mohican. New York, due Nov 1-6
Am bkioe Kurrka. Fan Fraocisco. due
Am bktne Root Aarusta. Port Gamble
Bril ship Fleetving. N- Castle. N B W, to said about July 10
Am bk Kevere, .Nsnaimo, due Aug 1-5
Am sch Dasriiov Wave. Nanaimn. for Hani. Maui, due Aug
Brit bk spirit nf ihe Ar, fl'n;xnng
Coosoeio. ao FrtDCisco. load.ag.
Kelpie, San Francisco.
Tsukua, fan Fraocisco. due A al 16.
Grace Roberts. Fort BUkely.due Aug 10.
Kaioier, Port Ojmble, due Aug 17.
Moni:nr, Kureka. loading.
MaloKt. iaa Fraocisco, loading
M W Tuft. Po 'rancico. loading.
Sir William Wallace, San Francisco. loalin.
Amir, p.rft Blakely. ehartere i .
Spirit of the Age. Iioog Kodjc, Aug IS.
Keportor tbe K M S Australia. Cargill. Commander.
Li.-u barged her pilot off (t olden Gate at 1 r x. of tbe 2nd
August. Kxperienced light airs and fine clear weather
np to the Ttti, met with dull hazy weather and light airs
tip tbe Mb. Sicbted the 1-land of Mani at 3.13 p M of
tbe luth, and was boarded ly pilot off Honolulu, at 11.45
Beprrt of the stmr Ho Chung, Peterson. Commander
Left Canton July 21t l-'IOa m. passed Hongkong at noon
on tbe 1" in 1st :i 24' X. long 17 5' , bad fresh
breeze wiib squalls heavy bead sea. wind E by N. Light
winds and pleaeant weather during day with squalls at
night during tbe rest of the voyage. Aug 12th itipiu
sighted Kauai bearing at iL' a id on tbe 1 ith sight
ed Uabu bearing tet by S, and at 10:45 took pilot on
board and at 11:45 made fast alongside wharf in Honolu
per Amelia, Aug
7 fill tons """'
From Glasgow, per City of Nankin . . . tu
l?KpkT-tnngw ?k.u-v i pass
h,Ki- " ' cnors, 17 chains. ao4 bdls
iron. luUU bxs soap, lot machinery, hardware, and
iron. 21l bdla bar iron. SO00 fire brick. 150 ingots babbit
metal. 503 bdla fence wire. 200 tons splint coal. 250 tons
pig iron, lot misc mdse. In transitu for Pan Francisco,
250 tons pig iron, 1050 pkgs assorted merchandise.
Erom Ran Francisco, per Australia. Aug 10 20 pkgs li
quors. 82 pkgs cigars and tobacco, 212 bxs potatoes, 272
pkgs fruit. 54 pka wagon materials. 1 bx type.
per Australia. Ang 10120 bxa coffee, 41
Pkgs oil. bum value 12910.70
For Sydney, per Australia. Aug 10 Mr and Mra Tur
and maid. Mmou (raut, I houias Kobertsou, P .-
Ltevep" . Flwsrdli
-mail. eT 4..
From Canton, per ilocliuu;.
males, and 35 females.
From Sau Francisco per Australia. Aug 10 S F Coltou.
C P Coltou. II H rami lee, J F Brown. Miss Pierce. L An-
Ibon. Mr J Dowsett, Miss Dowsett. A Cornwall. M Dick
son. J M Ludgate. A C Bow ley, Mary Herman, It Heind,
Miss E Kennie. Miss A Keunie. H Beaumont. Capt II Vt
Nicholson. J U Gibbon, E Everett, J T Waterbouse. A
Godley. Capt A Pierce. J A McKenzie. J McCrindle and
wife. Mra Moore. G Moore, J Moore, Miss Ludgate. WC
Sproull, H F Alexander and wife and 3 children, Dr Ken
nedy, J W Wilson. W Telfir, wife and 6 children. W boot.
J Clarke. Mrs Fltzpatrick. Frank Dowliug. U Lansen.
Miss Levy. Miss Duffey. 8 F Graham, W U Pedler. W
Flvnn. G Irwiu. J 31 Cmwell, W Taylor. E M Hot. bins.
H Mehler. J G I-ach. J Herbert. G U Mason, S M Wood,
Miss Jansen. J T lirogan. U P Williams, Mrs W P Jones,
J Leopold. M ThuiuLi, Mrs Murray and 2 children and 14
Chinese, 5d saloon and D steerage in transitu.
TfBSEB Cooke On Tuesday, August 10th. at the
residence of tbe bride's mother, Mrs. J- M. Cooke, by
the Kev. H. H. Parker. Mr. Charles H. Turner to Miss
Mabt A. Cooke.
Poole Kelset Iu Honolulu, ou the 7th August, at
St. Andrew's Cathedral, by the Rev. Mr. Blackburn. Mr.
W. G. Poole to Mrs. C. K. Kelset, late of Buffalo, N. Y.
Ewino In Honolulu, at tbe Queen's Hotipltal. on the
evening of Augnxt IhmO. of (.'onsumption. Mr. John
Kwino, a native of Dundee. Scotland, aged 35 years. Mr.
Kwing arrived here from ttlaxgow in tbe bark iMnrnbi,
in March. 1KTH. In the vain hope of regaining bis health,
but bis disease had become so deeply seated that be
steadily declined nntil Anally he succumbed to tbe des
troyer of mankind, pnrinsr bis residence here. Mr.
Kwing was. when able to work, engaged in tbe Auvebti-
r.a and alo the Vazrtir iriutint ofhees. and by nia quiet
and nnobtruMve babits ainl but excellence as a workman
sectirftd tbe good will and friendship of bis employers
IiABJUrrr-At Cold Sprint; Harbor. L. I. Jnly 10th. 180,
i keejiam darbctt, aged :u yean.
Cobswell In this city. Aug 11th. Edward CrtamF-B.
infant son of W H Coruwell, aged five months and
Of such is tbe Kingdom of Heaven."
SATURDAY. AUGUST 14.
The Legislative Assembly of 1880 close their
eeion to-day at noon. The Ilouee was formally
opened on April 30th, by Ilia Majesty in person,
nod it is to be regretted that the ceremony of
prorogation will be conducted by a Royal Com-
mifEion instead ol by II is Majesty, lbe reason
of this is that His Majesty is slightly indisposed.
Tbe Ilouee meets at 10 o'clock for the dispatch
of businees, after which attention will be paid to
the important ceremony of prorogation.
The Legislative proceedings for tbe current-bi
ennial term closed yesterday and Parliament will"
be prorogued to-day at noon. Tbe committee
appointed to wait on His Majesty, and announce
to him that the Assembly was awaiting bis
pleasure to be prorogued, made their report to
the House yesterday morning, through tbe Minis-
ter of the Interior, who spoke as follows :
To the JIm. OuirUs It. Biiturp, President of the
Legislative Assembly :
Sik, Tbe committee appointed to wan on ilia
Majesty for tbe purpose ol announcing to uim that
the business ol tbe Assembly was completed, beg
to report that it is His Majesty's pleasure that this
Assembly be prorougued at 1Z noon on Saturday
next. Owing to slight indisposition. His Majesty
will be unable lo appear in person, therefore be
appoints a Royal Commission to act in bis stead.
(Signed) Minister ot Interior, Cleghorn. Abolo,
Kuan and Kalua.
Mr. Abolo introduced a resolution last week,
asking for tbe payment of $30,000 out of tbe
treasury to tbe Commisionera of Crown Lands,
for the purpose of redeeming certain notes of His
Majesty, at present held by capitalists and bear
ing interest at the rate of 7 per cent. Great sur
prise was expressed by both Nobles and Repre
sentatives that a resolution of this nature should
emanate ouisiae 01 me unistry. as it was a
matter of importance and requiring more inform
ation than was furnished by tbe introducer, it
was referred to a special committee. The Attor
ney General drew up tbe following substituted
resolution which was adopted.
Resolved, That tbe Minister of Finance be and
be is authorized and empowered to advance by
way of loan to tbe Commissioners of Crown
Lands tbe sum of $30,000, to be used by them
in making op out-standing notes of His Majesty
to that amount, and to be paid to the Minister of
Finance in yearly instalments of not less than
$0,000 each, with interest at tbe rate of 5 per
cent, per annum.
Mr. Cleghorn pointed out very clearly, tbe ad-
visibility of having all such matters in tbe bands
of the Government, in preference to their being
in possession oi an ouisiae party, at tbe same
time speaking highly of the gentleman who bolds
Turkey and Greece.
iue European 1'owera continue to act in con
cert with a view of preTenting any outbreak
between Turkey and Greece over the frontier
question, and are usjDg tbeir influence to dis
suade both Governments from hostile manifesta
tions one towards tbe other. Tbe steps taken by
both countries to mobilise troops bare tended to
complicate tbe question, and impede an under
tading, and the English and French Govern
ment. baTe accordingly sent identical communi
cations to Athens strongly urging upon Greece
the desirability of refraining from calling out tbe
reserve contemplated until such time as the Porte
shall baye replied to the collective cote of tbe
Powers and indicated tbe coarse which she in
tends to pursue ia acceptance or rejecting tbe
decisions of tbe Conference. There is reason to
believe that the Greek Government will follow
the adr'uie of the two Powers, and abstain from
further hostile demonstration for the present.
The subject of immigration has occupied the
attention of the Legislative Assembly on several
occiL-icDS this session under various phases. Mr.
Rliodert introduced a bill to provide for the im
portation of females as well as males in a fair
proportion. u.his bill was, however, withdrawn
on the understanding that a more suitable bill on
tbe same subject should be prepared by the At
torney General. The following bill was accord-
inzlv presented, and yesterday mssed its third
reading. Ine enactment ol this law will be a
laeiiug benefit to the Hawaiian Kingdom, more
especially in preventing tbe wholesale influx of
Cbioee males. It is a well-known fact that
j Chinese women cannot be induced to leave their
! b'nie9 except under great pressure. Could a few
j hundred Japanese be imported in the proposed
J ratio, they would be found to bear a favorable
! comparison with their neighbors, the Chinese,
und they would more readily assimilate them-
eelveH with civilized ideas. The honesty of the
Japanese is proverbial, and their habits of clean
liness are beyond question, thereby rendering
themselves the more desirable for domestic ser
vants, a class that is much wanted in this coun
try. We believe that the passage of such an ad
mirable bill will meet with universal approval.
Aq Act to restrict the Immigration of Male
Natives of certain Asiatic Countries :
Wukbkas, the unrestricted immigration of males
nito th'n Kingdom is prejudicial to the well-being
o the Hawaiian nation ; Therefore,
LV it enacted by the King and the Legislative
Assembly of the Hawaiian Islands, in the Legis
lature ot tbe Kingdom assembled :
Sec 1 The word Immigrants when used in this j
Act shall mean and be construed to mean male
natives of any As' J a. SClTJ'ry '"Vi'th w hie h II fs
M uest v Kj Lo ,xiating treaty.
Skc. 2 All vessels and the commanding oflicers
thereof are hereby prohibited from landing in this
Kingdom any Immigrants unless they 8hajl.be ac
companied by females between twelvntlVjrtV
year of age in the proportions of three such
temalf to five Immigrants.
Skc 3 Tbe commandiog offiec:r 0f aay veS!jei
wbo tuuU violate the prov.&ons'of the preceding
section shall, on conviviioj, before any Police or
District Justice. iorlt and pay tbe gum of not ,eM
than ten nor more tban twenty-five dollars lor
each Ininngrjjjt iaDjed jn excess of the proportions
alorefaid and shall take and receive ou board
bis vessel amj rem0Ve out of this Kingdom all such
Immigra iande)j in excess.
" K?- 4 The respective Collectors of Customs
are hereDy prohibited from granting permits to
land the luggage of Immigrants in excess of thf
Sec. 5 All Goes and penalties received by vir
tue of this Act shall be paid to tbe Board of immi
gration, to be used and applied for the purposes
of the Board.
Sec. C This Act shall become Law on the first
day ol February, A. D. 1881.
A PUBLIC SERVICE WILL BE HELD
AT THE LYCEUM, before departure per Zealandia to
the L'nited States and England, D. V. It will take place on
SUNDAY EVENING, the 22d of August, ai 7:30 o'clock.
Subject of Lecture "The Way lor the Islands to Retain their
Independence also, 'What we must do to be Saved in
Another State of Existence," with plain truths stated as given
in the Word of Qod, which says, u How shall we escape il we
neglect so great a salvation." O" Seats Free. All welcome.
au2 2t JOHN THQ3. WATERUOUSE.
A FRESH LOT OF
HOLLISTER & CO.
BV VIRTUE OP A WRIT OF EXECU
TION issued out oi the Supreme Court of Law and
Equity of the Hawaiian Islands, on the 3d day of Aupust, A.
I. 1880, wherein John S. McGrew is plaintiff, and Thomas
Spencer, Andrew Welch, Williams. Blanchard & Co.. Biihoo
& Co., and Geo. W. Macfarlane are defendants for the sum oi
$75,399.68, principal and interest, and a further sura of $4S
for costa of Court, 1 shall expose for sale at the
FRONT DOOR OF ALIIOLANI HALE,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX, (IX
Saturday, 1 1 th day of October next,
all the property of the said Thomas Spencer, known as the
SPENCER PL AN TAT TO 1ST,
situated in the district of Ililo, Island of II;iaii, and com
prising the following lands, viz:
at. All that piece or parcel of land situated iu Hilc, Ha
waii, containing 192-100 acres, more particularly describ
ed in Royal Patent No. 4 to B. Pitman, and by deed from
aid Pitman to aaid Spencer by deed dated January lsl.
1801, ana recoruea in Liber 13, pages l&-b rnd 6.
2nd. All that piece of land situate in Ililo, conUiniu an
area of 16-100 acres, and more particularly described in a
deed from U. M. Kamehameha IV to B. Pitman, on tti
24th day of September, 1800, and recorded in Liber i:,
pages S72 and 273, and conveyed by said Pitman to Maid
Spencer by deed dated January 1st, 1801, and recorded in
Liber 13, pages 384-6 and 6.
3rd, All that piece of land, consisting of two parcels, sit
uate in Puueo, ililo, Hawaii, containing an area of 102 4-10
acres, more or less, aa surveyed by T. Metcalf, granted u
the aaid B. Pitman by Royal Patent No. 23, and by said
Pitman conveyed to aaid Spencer by deed date! January
1st, 1861, and recorded iu Liber 13, pages and 6.
4 th. U that two pieces oi land situated in Puueo, Hawaii,
containing 210 acres, more or less, the boundaries of
which are described in Royal Patent No. 185 to B. l'itmi u,
and by said Pitman conveyed to aaid Spencer by deed da
ted January 1st, 1861, and recorded in Liber 13, on pages
384-0 and 6.
5 th. All that parcel of land situated iu Kona, Hawaii, con
taining an area or d&J y l-ioo acres, and more particularly
described in a deed of conveyance from said Pitman, da
ted January 1st, 1861, and recorded in Liber 13, on paces
384-5 and 6.
Gtb. All that piece of land situate in Piihonua, Hilo. Ha
waii, containing 52-100 acres, as described in a deed from
aaid Pitman to aaid Spencer, dated January 1st, 1861, and
recorded in Liber 13, on pages 384-5 and 6.
7 tb. All that piece of land situated in Piihonua, Hilo, Ha
waii, containing an area of 12-56 of an acre, and more
particularly described in a deed from said Pitman to said
tipencer, Dated January 1st, 1861. and recorded in Liber
13, on pages 384-5 and 6.
Stb All that piece of land situate in Hilo, Hawaii, contain
ing 0-200 of an acre or 2016 ieet, more or less, as described
in a deed from S. Pohena and Uana, his wife, to said Pit
man, and recorded in Liber 14, on pages 7 and 8.
9th. All that piece of land situate in Hilo. Hawaii, contain
ing an area of 63-100 of an acre, in a deed from said Pit
man to said Spencer, dated April lOlli, 1601, and recorded
in Liber 14, on pages 47 and 48.
lOtb. All that piece of land situate iu Hilo. Hawaii, con
taining an area of 485 60-100 fathoms, and by deed from
Kualilo Kui and Lukia liana to the said Pitman, as re
corded in Liber 14, pages 234 and 235. j
1 1 lb. All that portion of the Ahupuaa of Puueo. conveved
by the Commissioners of Crown Lands to said Spencer by
ueeu uaiea August Hd, 1870, and containing an rea of
4,000 acres, more or less, and recorded in Liber 30. pages
os-i ana coo.
I2f h. All the unexpired lease ol the land in Hilo, contain
lug a mcrea ana i rous, oy tease irom Kamehameha III
dated July 1st, 1850, for 50 years.
Al All the Personal Property and Kslateof the said Snen
cer, in and on said land. Goods. Wares and M"rchnmlLe,
in or on any store, building or buildings, house or houses,
or any pan inereoi lor me purpose or sale or otherwise.
A law All Buildings, Mills. Water Wheels, Machinery. Uten
sils, Vacuum Pans, Clariflcrs, Coolers, Centrifugals, Tools
and Implements used in the manufacture of sugar. Cat
tle, Horses. Mules, Wagons, Carta, Harness, Yokes. Plows,
mains or every name and descriptions belonging to the
said l nomas fcpencer, or in anywise appertaining to or
connected with the aaid Spencer Sugar Plantation, Bilua
ted on the above described premises, and in which the
said Thomas Spjncer has any right, title, interest or es
Also All crops of Sugar Cane growing npon said lands, and
consisting in part of 75 acres new plant Cane, to Come oft"
November, 1881, 80 acres new plant Cane to come off
December, 1880, and 70 acres Rations to come off in
March, 1831. in addition to which 210 acres of plant Cane
to come off in 1881. to be ground at the Mill on half
shares, or a total of 435 acres of Cane now growing on Ihe
land. Unless said judgment, interest and expenses be
The above property is subject to a charire of f 1.500 per an
nam to the wife of the said Thomas Spencer.
The Iota of Und situated in Hilo are valuable, having Stores
and Dwellings thereon, and are now producing a
Rental about $1,500 Per Annum
The terms are CASH, and
Deeiis at the expense of
Any further information will be furainbed on application to
O. W. MACFABLANK & CO.,or to
C. PARKE. Marshal.
Honolulu. August 10th, 1S80.
AND SO DO
Your Sisters Your Cousins, and
Your Aunts !
Say that they IVTevcr
What Never? Well Hardly
SAW AS FINE WATCHES !
AS A. W. RICHARDSON & CO.,
HAVE FOR SALE
Csraer sf Fori awl Merchant Sis. "
EVERY ARTICLE WARRANTED.
EST The Herald prints the following notice, that
no foreigners need apply for commissions in the
Chinese Army :
Chinese Legation, Washington and 21 West
Thirty-first street. New York, July 27. To the Ed
itor of the LTerald : Numerous applications for
commissions in the Chinese army and navy are be
iag continually received at this legation, and as it
is impossible "to devote the necessary time to an
swer all. may I venture to ask you to be so gooa
as to publish this letter in the columns of your
widely circulated paper,, in order that it may be
generally known that the report that the Chinese
Government is engaging the services ot foreigners
for its army and navy is entirely devoid of founda
tion ? Thanking you in advance, i remain, sir,
Youfs faithfully, FELIX H, MARK, Attache.
The issues of postal cards, stamped envelopes
and postage stamps daring the fiscal year just end
ed, foot up .931,932,519, an increase of nearly
3,500,000 over the total of last year.
The Olowala Mill - commenced grind in r, on the 3d inst.,
everything working well and on Friday the 6th inst., on ac
count of interference by incompetent people met with an acci
dent in breaking her coupling. The cause was owing to the
Superintendent ordering the turn to be taken oat of the belt,
which was run on a Governor Engine, and I refused to do ao.
Other Engineers changed the belt, and owing to their inex
perience about a Governor Engine, the damage was done by
them. There are two wars to run a Plantation, but only one
10 run a Governor Engine.
August 14, 1880. Clt B. J. CAMPBELL.
TMIB ANNUAL MEETING C the STOCK
holdera in the Pacific Sugar Mill, will be held on Thurs
day, the 19th lust- at tbe office of P. A. Schaefer & Co., at 10
o'clock, A. M. HELNEICII REXJES, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1830. ...... It
like a position. A l.'atesa. care AKANA. Kinr iL aul42t
A COMPETENT and RELIABLE EXGIX
EER wants a situation on a Steamboat or, aa assistant
in a Sugar Mill. Reference United, jtates rtificate I n-
. - r - . c j i c-xa-r - .
apccnuu aa unci, wGlNEiSK, tblS Ou..
a. VOUXU LADV SPEAKING FRENCH
and German fluently, wishes a situation aa Governess.
No obiection tn the other Islands. Address, MISS M-, P. O.
Hox 74, Honolulu. aul 4t
A XV INFORMATION RESPECTING
A. CHARLES VANDAMMK of Brussels, Belgium, wiU be
thankfully received by
JOHN H. PATY,
aul4 lm Acting Consul for Belgium.
Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
f MIE CO-PA RTXERSII1P HERETO-
M fore existing, and doing business under the name of Laine
Sc Co., is hereby dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. A. Her
bert retiring, and whose interests and liabilities cease from
Honolulu, Aug ist 1, 18S0.
R. W. LAINE.
The above business. Hay, Grain, Etc., will be continued
under the same name aa heretofore Laine & Co. who as
sume all the liabilities of the late firm, and will collect all
debts due. LAINE k CO.
Honolulu, August 1, 1S80. auU 3t
Just Received by Bark'tne Discovery."
No More Catarrh or Asthma!
PREPAR D CUBEB CIGARETTES
Of Purely Medical Qualities.
Packages of 28, 30 cents ; three packages p. p., $1. The
trade supplied. PICKERING Si. CO.,
aul 4 lm 92 Eing Street, opposite Port SU, Agents for H. I.
Just Received by Bark'tne "Discovery,"
W. T. BLACK WELL. Si CO,'S
Genuine Dnrham SmoMng Tobacco!
In 2, 4, 8, and 1G oz. packages. For sale Wholesale or Retail,
PICKERING Si CO..
aull lm 92 King St, one door from Fort, Agenta for H. I.
1 UK OWN MARE, 8 years old, warranted sound
kind and gentle, stands without hitching, good for family
1 BAY COLT, & years old, sound, kind and gentle,
good roadbter, any lady can drive him.
I BROWX MAKE. 5 years old, warranted to be
sound, kc, will lrive double or single.
1 MOUSE COLORED HORSE sound
mid K'-ntle, will drive double or single, anybody lady or gen
tii iu.'in can drivi? him.
BUGGIES & HARNESSES FOR SALE,
King Hi. between Fort and Nuuanu fits.
THE PASSAGE 0H1IE SEASON !
118 Days from Glasgow.
Tie Extreme Clipper Iron Ship
CITY OF NANKIN"
E3:is Just Arrived
To our consignment, from Glasgow, with a full cargo of
general merchandise, which is
Now Beiner Offered to the Trade
Very Liberal Terms.
THE CARGO CONSISTS AS FOLLOWS:
trfc..r jT-i in large
" J VAR1ET V
Embracing, Prints, Cottons, Linens, Woolens,
Clothing, blankets, Towels, Mosquito Net, Handker
chief, Tweeds, Denims, Longcloths, Victoria Lawns,
I'ilot Jackets, Crimean Shirts, sec., 4c.
Fence Wire, No. 4, 6, and 6, Galraoized Buckets and
Tubs, bar Iron, a full assortment of siaes. Pots and
Covers, Hoop-Iron, Rivets, Nuts and Washers,
Babbitt Metel, Cast Steel, Anvils and Vices, Minting
Metal, kc, kc.
A Large Assortment.
In Beautiful Variety.
Brussels Carpets & Rugs
White Lead, White Zinc, Red Lead, Black Paint,
Mixed Paints, in all colors, Boiled Linseed Oil,
Raw Linseed Oil, and Bed Composition.
flagging and Sags.
lUGAE. BAGS & RICE BAGS,
A Large Variety.
COAL BAGS. A Splendid Article and
Wool' Bams and Sewing Twine!
Anchors and Chains !
Of all Sizes and Full Test.
Wines and Spirits:
McEwan's Ale and Stout. Blood. Wolfe Co.'s Ale.
Pig Brand 8 toot. Quarter Casks and Cases Hennessy 4, 8,
2 and 3 Star Brandy.
Cases Cheap and Medium Brandies, Cs and Basketa Oin,
Old Tom, Irish and Scotcb. w cunes,
And a few Cases f Very Fine
Sherry, Port, Hock and Cordials.
GrR-EEISr ; SEAL ;
3 Beta of STOCK and DIES lor PLANTATION use,'
5 Hydraulic Jacks, 4. ft and 8 too lift. ...
200 Tons Coal,
Fire Bricks, Portland Cement, Fire Clay, Fig Iron, k
ALSO, FROM ....
Mirrlees, Tail &. Watson,
tt 50O-gal!s. 8team Clariflers, "
1 pair Centrifugal SI seniors,
1 2W54 Mill and Gearing,
lT f 8 In. Cylinder Steam Engine.
! j.air Compound Bwrs, 6 ft. diameter and 19 ft. 0 in. long.
Country Orders Solicited.
For further particular j apply to
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.
(aul) ; . ' . ,
SUPREME COURT OFTHEHAAVAllAK
Islands, in Probate. Island pahu Hawaiian Uindi, , sa.
In the matter of the Estate of ALEXANDER McDUFF,
deceased. Order appointing time for probate or will, and di
recting publication of notice of the same. , ,
A document, purporting to be the last will and testament of
Alexander McDuff, deceased, having on the 13th day of August,
A. D. 1880, been presented to said Probate Court, and a pe
tition for the probate thereof, and for the issuance of fttera
Testamentary to John T. Waterhouse, jr. and Henry water
house, having been filed by them, '
It hi hereby ordered, that TUESDAY, the 7th day of
September, A. D. 1880, at 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, at the
Court Boom of said Court, at Aliiolani Hale, at Honolulu, be,
and the same ia hereby appointed the time for proving said will
and bearing said application, when and where any person in
terested may appear and contest the said will, and the grant
ing of Letters Testamentary. . . ...
It ia further ordered, that notice thereof be given by publi
cation, for three successive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser and Kuokoa, newspapers printed and published i
Honolulu. . .
AnA it ia farther ordered, that citations be issued to the SUD
cribing witnesses to said wiu, and to the helw of the testata
in Honolulu, to appear and contest the probate of said will, a:
the time appointed.
Dated Honolulu, H. I, August loth, SO.
Attest : A. EOSA, Justice of the Supreme Court.
Deoutv Clerk. aoH St
THE SHIP CITr OP NANKIN, FROM
Oluraw. Cantain HcConnelL will not be responsible
for any debt contracted by the crew of the said vessel without
his written authority.
SUl4 U. W. MAUr&BLAniS K UU., agema.
fURNISHED ROOM, AT NO. 6 KUKUI
5 Street. Rent !ov o TV"mnept rwwtiea. aug7 2t
JL revud jt F jzt atreet, next aoor to Mr. Tl.rcai'.
W'i!. ' is a a who!: t in
AM AfTER THIS 5ATE ALf.
a: itt:i.M!n'4 si'srs. iraiu & voieri-r-must u? i'"1"
at the office of THEO. H. DA VIES.
HonpAiftt, August 7th?'A?-Sl " A8 3t
IN RESPONSE TO THE PROPOSED Ac
ceptance of the challenge issued by me to run Baby
Blue, by Mr. Wagner of Wailuku. I wish to state for hia
benefit, and the pnblic at large, that 100 lbs is the weight
named, but being willing to accommodate, I will call it
CATCH WEIGHT, and it is at his option whether he or any
one else, accepts or not. T. B. McLELLAN.
Honolulu, August 2, 1680. aug7
DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
from this Kingdom, MR. CHAS. HUSTACB wiU act
for me in all matters of business, under power of Attorney.
B. P. BOLLKS.
Honolulu, July 31, 1830. augj
sTtaURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
JLF from this Kingdom, my son, T. R. LUCAS, will act for
me in all business transactions, under iull power of attorney.
aug7 tf GEORGE LUCAS.
" FOR RENT.
A CENTRALLY LOCATED HOUSE.
A pply to my29 tfj A. Mc WAY NIC
C. JONES IS MY ATTORNEY IN
fact during my absence from this Kingdom.
Publisher & Proprietor of the Hawaiian Statistical k Com
mercial Directory k Tourists Guide.
Honolulu, July 23, 1880. jy24 3t
1) ARTIES HAVING CATTLE IN LOTS
of from 20 to 2.000 and desiring to sell the same, will find
A purchaser by applying to jy24 4t) CECIL BROWN.
The Violin Taught.
CHAS. H. UEINSEN. PROFESSOR
OP MUSIC, respectfully informs the public in general
that he is prepared to Give Instructions lbe
Violin. May be seen from 12 to 1, 4 to 6, or in the evening
at Pickering k Co.'s store, No. King street. jy24 lm
FOR RENT !
HOUSE AND LOT ON KING STREET,
near Thomas Square, formerly occupied by C. E. Wit-
Hams. Apply to
jy24 4t CECIL BROWN.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
pursuant to a power of sale contained in a certain mort
gage, dated the 18th July, 1878, and recorded in Liber 65:
pages 30S, 310. and 311, made by Woldemar Miiller. in favor
of G. N. Wilcox, and for breach of condition of the said
mortgage, the property mortgaged thereby will, after three
weeks from this date, be advertised and sold at auction .
Dated Honolulu. August 14th, 1880.
S. B. Do lb. Attorney. GEORGE N. WILCOX.
MORTGAGEE'S N0TIC l OF SALE.
BY DIRECTION OF C. E. RICHARDSON,
the mortgagee named in a certain indenture of mortgage
dated January 4, 1378, made by U. K. Hapai to the aaid C. E.
Kicharuson, 1 am directed to sell at Public Auction, on
August 28th, 1880
All that certain piece or parcel of lnnd situate iu the town of
Hilo, and being the same premises occupied by the said C. K.
Hapai as a family residence. tfeet her with I tie improvements
For further particulars enquired of
Or E. PRESTON, Auctioneer, Ililo, Hawaii.
Attorney for Mortgagee. jy31 41
ALL PERSONS, INDEBTED TO Til K
STORK on Nuuanu street, known as the WIIITK
HOUSE, lately under the management of d. L. LKWIS.
will please make Immediate payment at the Office of M.
Phillips k Co., No. 11 Ka&humanu St.
All accounts not paid within Thirty Days, will be pUced
in the hands of our attorney, who will use rigorous measures
to collect the same.
d27 tf M. PHILLIPS & Co., 11 Kaahumana St.
Ex CITY of MADRID & CITY of AKI,
Stair Carpeting, Rugs, Assorted Crockery.
uaivanizea iron Bathing Tubs, assorted sites;
Coffee Bags, Coal Bags, Etc.. Etc..
BLUE MOTTLKD S( )AP.
Yellow Family Soap,
Wrapping Paper, etc.
A Large Assort meat of
DRY COODS, CLOTHING, iiats.etc.
Dark Blue Denims
SUPERIOR MA XI L A CIGARS.
FOR 8ALE BY
au!4 lm Eel. IIolTscliIafcer Sc Co.
is Hereby Given
From and After
-A.xagvxst 15, 188 O,
ISLAND AND LOCAL DRAFTS.
I'lasUatiam Orders) and Aeceanis Dru
a sind Payable br sis.
WILL BR PAID AT OUR OFFICK ON
Tuesdays and Fridays Onlyi
PROM 9 A.M. TO 4 P. M.
II. If ACKFELD Ax
PLANTERS' IRON WORKS,
MACHINE SHOP & FOUNDRY.
ALL KIND Of'
l.Astlag. Made la Order. Machinery Made
aad Repaired, by
myl43in f. N. BACON, Hilo, Hawaii.
Fisher's Champagne Cider.
Speaks for Itself.
1'HIS BEVERAGE. SO WELL KNOWN
in this eommanitv. can il be fonnA nM ni.i
Jacob Weik's, No. 61, King street, near the Bethel Church.
i,u iu uuruig me not weatner and cool yourselves.
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or European
THE REST AURA NT
v Is an Adjunct to the Hotel. '
Rooms with Board Two Dollars and a Half per day
Rooms with Board Three Dnilin r
Rooms without Board... ...One Dollar per day and upwards
UtUges In CvaaretUn who the HoIeJ at Special
Bates. . ; .
au7 A. HERBERT. Proarietar.
G OU EL,
Legal, Fools Cap,
I'r-' -, J. .
"' .al. f
Water Bowls, Copying Brashes, Pen
Ettlins aad Dotting Pens, Lea.d
y lilting1 caras, i;necK rroiecioi. casn jsjxss, raper v.ijUa,
Letter Scales, Twine, Tracing Ulotb, American ana
Hawaiian Flags, Flat Bound and
A Fine Assortment of ledgers, f ournals, Hecor
CASH AND DAY BOOKS,
2iv-mpiaiidaiB, Pa-., latlft,
j Our Stock of Letter and Invoice
Al.SU. A SI'U. M'lU IAJ1 or -
..Xsrf3j;tesi Copyiiits: Prcc,
ID- BESIDES NUMEROUS OTHER ART1CL1W
BOOK BINDING OF
Done at the Most Reasonable Rates.
THE BOOM OVER
The Daily Increase in the Price of
GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD
FANCY GOODS, GENTS' HATS AND CAPS,
Is at length over, and we have taken 'advantage of the lull in the market and purchis-
accordingly. The assortment is complete in every respect. We will mere4y
quote but a few prices in each department, showing you the
BARGAINS you will obtain by trading with US.
10 yds beat calico,
. 1 00
lOyis fine cotton.........
10 yds brown sheeting. ...
I full pee mosquito net....
MILLINERY AT HALF
GOODS received on this aleanier.
Fancy silk ribbon, from 8c up.
Gents' white undershirts $ 60
Gents' caps 25
Gents' half hose.
Ladies Balbriggan hose
3 pr fine white hose
Ladies', misses' and children's gloves,
from 124c up.
Ladies' sun hats....
Gents' colored shirts .
Gents' linen suits
Worsted, only 20c per oz.
Children's hand knit jackets
Lace tidies, from
All colors of worsted fringes, per yd.
Ladies' silk ties......
Good ladies' chemises
Children's school hats
We will add in conclusion that if you wish to purchase
ire wun iiui inr i a in r n i a w.'sr. rmt'r
. . . . i m', . . ....... & . . . . . . . ... r.
Bee to Azmouxico to
Have Opened in the
NOS. 409 AND
2E3C Y 3 JL 1-T
Thanking the Public for Their
Years, we Would Solicit Their Favors
IToe CPus? San E:razicisco jHousc
CROVELL'S SUPERIOR GINGER BEER !
rrnUK MANUFACTURER OK TIIIM OE
M LICI0U8 BKVERAQK takes this method of informing
bis Irienda and the publio generally, that he has fitted up and
opened an elegant little place on Hotel Street, next door Chut
one) to Messrs. Mel lis Sc. Fischers, for the sale of Superior
GINGER POP. either by the glass, bottle, or dozen of
bottles. The following drinks, witb many others will always
be on hand and ON ICE Ginger Beer. Bods Water, on
draught, or in bottles; tbe Celebrated Kalakaua or Ice Cream
Drink, Belfast Ginger Ale. Milk. Lemonade, kc. Cigars, Cig
arettes, Tobacco, eta. When yon are thirsty, please give me
a chII. Uioger Beer delivered to any part of the city, free of
cost, for 75 cents per dozen, (ray 22 3m) J. W. CROWKLL.
R M FRIGE R ATOMS
Just Received and For Sale by
Xilliiig-lirLixi Sc Co.,
37 FORT STREET.
5 VIEW OF THE POSSIBLE WITH
DRAWAL of the Tresxv hetw.n thi. n "-7
- - uwtCTIIIIinii MM
Uacie Sam. I have imnorted a. Isrsw Invnl .k.. r:-.
flisect from the factory (New York), manulactured from the
mices voonecucoc valley Tobacco, which I will sell to the
Mae oa easy terms, quantity and quality as may be desired.
Atoo on hand Chewlata; Taeea of all c Loire brtods,
Saaamijia; JTstlMM'at of ever rioaimhi .t.L. . . .2
Tfce DstrisaBSi Ball (confined in canvas bagsi. V4nitv
Fatlrtnll shapes, Uncle Ned wiU fill you? pip with
fine weed, whiie Lame JmeU looks on with a smile of pity,
because you do not prefer him . K v'
Also the O lsl J m di- ''riSnenainr lustlre .ni k: '
tinfoil dreasiog. The Atlar sr Ka mi,. .j-v,
gotten fcr home smoking, and Isst not least Msrrliam'i
Medicated bnd Old Vlr.l... i". '
The best, aa In Scripture, at the last of the lesat.
xacwe ma many ocoer eDotce brands of lofc a may b - l,J
by calling oo MA RCII A NT. at hia " , .
Smoker'a HJxaiia-r I hxto,.
3iO. 86 FORT 8TKEKT.',- ( - a; Ul
' - '.j
Ex Late Arrivals, and Keep on Hand
ASSORTMENT OF ' STATION
ai j t f andi,
Uaaimed aod B:t ; ,
1'encil and l.'t t t .n.
Backs, Div?' x'aper and Voci?
Pencils. Fu a-d Holders, Pldyip;
Copying Books Will bo Hai 1 toB J
FOV'SD IN A TIRST-CLAPS STATIONERY rTORE.g
1 ladies' fine white skirt witb ruffle. ...f I 00
6 yds best white pique I 00
Good ostrich feathers...
: .'-! i
Black gents' bows.. ........
Pine crepe de ler
All wool black cr.hii!i r-. . .
0 yds of theb'si rinlnuii.
Plain colored Indies' L
Lot of infants' stmes, er pr.
Ladies' linen roliais
i'ie dollar gent huts
Children's lace Nh ..
Silk veiling, all colors
3-button kid gloves . . .
4 -but ton kid gloves,
C-button kid Rioves.
(Warrant! to we r)
6 yds good Osnt'w flannel. .... .
The beat ladles' met mn vests....
Ladies' princf j;trl-f
eood goods at the Inwrut iKwuibie ii it', rail uims id, br s,
. ... rw . . .
JVLOlZlO c&5 lJLf? 12.-31,
' . I.. .1 ... 1 t..m ...... .. T...4. f
in ur s i i"i vpii i'i iisiir
tlio Traclo, t r r Ixoy
Ciij - of San F ?ur:ciscc
411 FRONT STRKKT.
Firm Name of
Patronage During the Past Thirtee-
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
irtlfldal SloDf Mdrwalka Laid,
Cemeatlae la all Its Braatbes,
Uhltf Blnp, CaUomlalaf JkU1
Asbestos Stfiat ripe aad Boiler CaTeriag,
Done in the best manner and by experienced workiaee.
As to ability to nerform work in our line, we bes to red
Vublic generally to the residences of Ilia Es. Ssra'l 0.
I. II. Rath Keelikolani and Hon. C. II. Judd.
ty Leave Orders at 8. D. Burrow's Planing Mill, Fort
NEW MJLUNE8Y GOODS
Mrs. L. J. Whitcomb,
Her New and full stock of
ALL OF THE
Latest Stylos and Patterns'
AT HER RE8IDKNCE, (up Flairs),
No. 02 King Street. Honour-
XT HaU and Bonnets trimmed tn the latest styles of th
nd a ,
General Millinery Buiinesa traiuacted.
(my22 tf) -
Per City of Hadrid,
Per City of Nankin.
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