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MOXQLULU, JUSE 23. lbCSL
Hie ihip Ann KImbmIt p&iscd the port oa tb
19th, limber In, from Pugtt Srad. LotraJlo
Sh&acfcMU TW us daj-, tbe British Mp Scioto
mrriTedfrom Yokohama, with 17 Japwww cooilct,
to tb Board of Immigration.
Tl- lira, Cspt. Ccwtoek, arrired Vui TCttaw
dy, from St. Pol IUnX Re 1 cure! la
The brig Chla racket salUd ytterday for Hoop
kosc; t-Hpg a carfo of Fubcui, etc
Thehaxk Oxnrt U loaded, aad aafii to-morroir,
taking a foil eri thfefl 1 Snsan.
Tbi 2 C Murray I aLoot doe, a&d may fc looked
for bfjt fidtuniaj. k vHl again tall en the 9th
p-nx t haTtns a fall cargo and quit a a amber cf
pawnee r engaged.
TheEVTVond U about d from San Frandfco.
, Then ii quite a number f twhU now due ; two
or three wtth lumber from the Sound and Currant's
Inlet, aad cee from Noje IUtw, with redwood.
IIawuxue Sccab. "We take the iHowiag from the
Jajmn Times. The editor supporu the view we hare
loaf held, that Japan U a natural market tx IIwJ
iausugara. Mr.D. & ITatrrman, the able and lutelllreat
Special Enter from llawalt to Japan, test here lt
uminei by toe UawaHan Corrrument, taw at once
the capaeitiee f thU cuaatrx at a cuotomcr of the
tugnre which are new grown so tuccetafally in the
UawaHan green. W report, which we pubdihed la
the J pan Tfmt of March Sift, u occupied maintj
with thit rabict anditt uUtjr he anowe hvw in
hree yeare the coatcmptfen of Ixttf togart hat
risen frwn 2,000 ptcult a aecth U 'ii,000, a tttpplr
derived from China, ffermota and 1 toll a, bow tTor- ,
ablr were Judged the aamplet vf Uawahaa produce
which he breught with him, and with what a good
chabcecf turcesefel competitwa the tugmrs cf4he
Ztlettd might W intmncea At lit rrrj peruneutij
0Mji : the growing demand l a better brown
ugar than fc heretofa reached Japan it quite et
dent, and the tupjdj will il into the handt cf that
eeoatry which thali &rt teccre the trade, and ettab
lhh a reputation Car its b grade. To eecure the
trade far? Cawafi, he hue arranged, atauted bj the
Oufuul General f-J the ItU&dt xrtideat here, the
That Mr. Waterman it right, both in hit CU and
hit dfdnctfent, b iHe certain. Sugar to tome raeee
of men a luxury, it te all Eastern natient an absolute
neceetttr, their ftaplet of food not bavin enough
taecharine matter in tiit-ir trncture to cnabl them
to ditpenee wHh tt in iu -crude ttate - and though
considerable impruTrttimt hat been ma4e tn the quii
'itfot the eugar in the Suuth ef Japan iUU; lUll it
tt ew ident thai the eail and climate are not faror
able s are thote uC uthvr cocatrwt to its growth,
and the marked aad rapid hxreae of runsumpttm
cf Qiinajtnd Manila produce it toot LiTorable te the
Lepea cf the XTvign importer. Hawaiian sugar, if
wemarjodgefreoa the ajplrt tubeattted last year,
K certainly better, at the unit price, than the cor
reepoadtttg gradet frem Chtna er Manila, aad the
tghtet rednica in lakUlown cot would eoffice to
drlre thee latter out of the market, and jbtce Ha
waii in the paettiou foreshadowed by Mr. waterman,
vf the.cfnmtry securing the trade and ettaUishlng
the nectiasary reputation r its prodnce.
The AlLi sari of the new English screw steamers
tobeputoathePacilk: The eettkn rf screw rer
tcs paddje will then be put to the most Tigerouc tet.
The screws, with the advantage of low-priced hard
wood aad metal aad cheap building of the Clyde,
willhaTeteme ad ran tar, but if the lYesident of
the Pacific Mall Company's judgment it correct, they
will net run an cheaper than our wuul-framed large
tide- heel ftearaere, with tingle Tertide beaut en
gine. If the Engrbh boats do not beat eurt In se
curity, tpeed, or ccet of running, we shall via the
fight, becauee we already turpaja them in the spa
cioutnet of gcr and cwnf jrtable arrange
ments tx paatengers traraCingiti warm latitude.
The fasteet time of a saiHt Teasel on record, is
that cf the dipper ship Grral JUymMc, on her pat
sage to San fraucjfco tn l&tk under command of
Joe Llmeburner. She made knots an hour, and
sailed 413 miles In 21 Leers. On December Si cf
last year ahe tailed from L John, arriving in TJr-Ca-pool
A the 16th r the run between Cape Sable and
Cape St Clair, was made in 10 days and 9 hours.
These facts hre been brought out byapublbbed
tiiiement thai the new yacht CAaZIrne, owned by
Lordlard, the 3iew Turk tebacuonirt, had wade the
fastest tune, having run 17 knot in one hour.
The London Mint doe net do much business now.
KoC a single sovereign was coined there last jear,
not has c&e been struck there daring this. During
netuiy fifteen months, fu feet, Jiot a pound sterling
in gold has been added to the currency of the King
dom. Any one taking geld te the Mint ran have it
made Into mrvereignj, and the country bear the
whole expense of the coinage. The very last private
application which was made to the Mint came from
Mr. Pebt!y, the American mSltonalre, who sent
abwt f.ln.OO of old gold of all kinds to be made in
A recent census show the population cf Hongkong '
to be 117,571, vf which 2,151 are urepeans and
Port of Jlonolulu, Jane J.
Ja& 17 Ech fDunot, Iran Kibslui.
Sebr MsatMkavsL frmil Haas.
Scfer Lslu, frvm UsaaleL
Schr Kamilss, frnta MotekaL
IS Ata bvk Peru, Comstock, SSdsj from St.
Scfcr Ktti Merrill, from Kotoa.
Schr Active, frem Lahaina.
Echr Sluj, from IIH.
-'fehr nattle, from SnwtUwilL
Schr Warwick, from HeiskiL
Eear HoknkI, from liana.
Am ship Acaa XnhIkU, H'Oliams, t days
. from Pert Towosvnd.
2) Stmr Kilaaea, frem wioJvard ports,
fkhr Oil FeIV, from UOa.
3 Schr Kens Packet, from Kooa.
3 Schr Marrida, from aaiile.
IS AM Mp Anna Kimball, Tffll-;m, fur
Schr babcUa, fur Kauai.
Schr KamcC, for Kabul ui.
lSSctu- lUtttr, for Xa-rKwOL
Ecfcr Wanries, fir HalokaL
Scbr Manoekawal, lor liana.
Scbr Actif. foe Onomc.
Schr KaU fx Labalaa.
fchr Lata, &r Ilanalci.
3 Itaw. brie China Packet, Ziegiahcrt, for
Schr LKo, fer MohaL
Schr Uftkatctc, (er liana.
2S tichr Yttf Cor Jtstoaa.
2t Schr LUin, from Mefakai.
from Tobxiiai, per ScioUt. Junm 13 Et Dr D J
1, D X Bjumb, unl IIS Jp&aee imnuruti, 1
Tar Ilocfckotg, pr Cliio racket, J cat 13 F CU-
"From Tokcfeazn&, pr Scioto, June 19.
lkqTl wmre, 33 I Tm, pkgi 104
ltOBM. kbit t) I
Tor Uanf Koer, per China Packet, Jus 22.
Coffee, It UoliM, tUs I
'Ooprar(olil),nx3ceg 5harKj Fins, hi 1
.Pnacoa, lb X,iS Sugar. Bm
Clau, igt Z (Specie, fcu 3
, Tahw DcmatUe Praise 5U.119.65
" Tunis " iinJJJ
4S 31-85 tons register, copper and copper-fastened,
now running between this Port and HHo,
having just bees put in, a thorough state of
repair aad famished with a complete sett of
Sew Saibvflear, Ground Tackle, etc., is bow
offend tor sale, for partiealars, apply to
L. L. TC'RBEET,
lT-tf J. H. Coney, Mo.
WE ARE PREPARED TO FUR
Dish Fire-Wood of th Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Ne&eleao at oar Landjngv
hear HUo Bay, in quantities to sail.
11ITCHC0CE A BROTHER,
For further particulars, esauire of
Castu Coot i. Agents. 17-tf
RUINART7 pere & fils ChainpagBe,
-Carte Blanche, ia piats and quarts.
For Sale by
H. HACKFELD t CO.,
li-tf Messrs. Ruisart, pere Je ! Rhtims.
CU aud EXTRA. For
-sale In ontitles to rait br
' A. S. CLEGHORK.
SO-lj Agent Honolulu Elce ISM.
Pines of the Xosa for the coath of Jcae.
WTUXD XT CUT. M5L SXITK.
4lh, Foil Mcon, 1 K 5" P.M.
ISh, tit Qnirur, U 42 P. JL
axh, X.w Mx. 1J A M.
S6th,"rtntQinrr. 7 1 P. M.
b. u. h.fo.
lit. Sun Rim, iSl. SmSrtt.. 6 Sir.x.
Slh.SmCw.. .13 " uU,... & ST "
lith,Soiini.r,...S2: " Soa&fts,... 6 S5 "
M. ?on KWv...!3 Sbb SU,... 6 39 "
th. Son IU. ,.5S " ?cn -11 "
The CM, CipL Abbott, uiU tcwliy at 1
o'clock with the zaalla.
Tux bark 2?. G Jiirray, from Sia Francis
co, h doe with the mills and may be hoarlj
The steamer ESauea trill leaTC oa Thnn
dij afternoon, J one 25tb, for KaniL She
will resume bcr regular trip to Windward,
SrxcE tbe return of the Misslonarj brig
Jlorniny Star from Marquesas, she has re
ceived some repairs, including a new main
mast, new sails, etc., preparatory to a cruise
amos? the Micronesiaa Islands. She will
sail to-morrow, on a .tire month's cruise.
CottKECTiox. In oar report of the pro
ceedings of tbe LegislatiTe Assembly for
Monday, June 15th, published in our Issne
of the 17th Inst., instead of "Mr. Lyons pre
sented a petition from tbe school agent of
Honolulu praying far an increase Of pay,"
read "from the Ltma Jhipait of Honolulu."
CocbtXews. Ills Majesty the King was
well enough to return to town on .Saturday
lat, to receire the Acting Charge d'ACalres
of the United States, and Captain Simpson
of the U. S. S. J!oXmgo. The reception look
place at 12 o'clock soon, at 'Iolaui "-Palace.
The Minister of Foreign Affairs presented to
the Sovereign Colonel Z. Spalding, represen
tatlTe of the United States, who In his turn
presented Captain Simpson. The'autiience
lasted abont an hour. .
Os Saturday last Hon. Associate Justice
Dsvls left on the KaU Lee, to hold the June
Term of the Circuit Court at Lahaina, Maui.
He was accompanied by A. J. .Lawrence,
Esq., who has received the appointment of
Circuit Judge for that judicial district, vice
A. M. Kahalewai resigned. Also tbe Honor
able Attorney General and clerk, W. C. Jones,
Esq., and H. Thompson, Esq., with other
members of tie. bar, went in the same vessel
to attend the session of the Court.
FontTH or Jcrr. In the hurried report
which we gave last week of the programme
of the day, it may be thought that the ball
in tbe cTenlng on board the JoAoojo Is a part
of ths public celebration, under charge of
the committee. The ball is entirely an affair
of the gallant and agreeable officers of the
ship, who hare already issued their invita
tions, and no doubt, will entertain their
guests in the most satisfactory manner, and
it will round off pleasantly, the excitement
and pleasures cf the day.
The Focetil The following prUcs for
the Regatta match, have been determined
upon by the Comnittee. Entrance free to
Prtteof tea., .Boots with 8 or more Oar.
Ptlie cf tW. .'..Boats wtth 6 Oan.
Prize cf HO Boata with 5 Out.
Prize of E ..irtlIb.U. i Oars.
Prite of tJS .Boats with 4 Oars.
Prize f MO Boats with 2 Oars.
rrtie of tli Canoe with 4 Padalea.
Prixe cf 10 Caaoes with 2 Paddle.
All persons w'shing to enter for these
prizes are Invited to call and enter their
boats on or before the 1st of July at the
store of C L. Richards & Co., where all in
formation iu regard to regulations "can be
-Tnz Tette. This missing schooner ar
rived last Friday from her unwilling cruise
at sea. She left Kauai on Tuesday, the 4th
nit., and off Barber's point was caught in a
gale of wind. The weather continued hcafy
and tho sea boisterous for eleven days, and
the land shut out from sight. Capt White,
retaining confidence in his reckoning, patient
ly wated for the appearance of land, and
found himself at last about thirty miles off
Anaholo point Fortunately there were plen
ty of provisions and water on board. It re
quires some nerve to be lost at sea, and not
make matters- "worse by foolish attempts o
make land before being certain of its where
abouts. Bic-sic One of the "big things" of the
week was the pic-nlc, or rather out-of-door
party last Saturday, given at Queen Kahuna's
place In the valley by Mr. Bohlman and Mr.
Glade. All the town was there, and the vol
ley road during the day was lively with
going and returning guests. The grounds
were dressed with various flags, and so also
the falls Is the distance, the German; Hawaii
an and. other national flags blending xheir
bright colors with the luxuriant foliage of
the trees. A Snc collation was served under
the trees about 3 r. St. The band In attend
ance, kept the dancers in motion pretty con
stantly, while others roamed at will through
the valley, or made themselves comfortable
in the shaded gruunds. It was a pleasant
day for alL These pic-nlc parties used to be
very popular in times past and formed one
of tbe principle features of our social amuse
ments, but they have given place of late years
to the more conventional, eveningparties.
Yolcaxo PietXEES. It is one of the bean -ties
of photography, that It faithfully re
produces nature, and extends therefore, the
faeStty of sight-seeing to those who cannot
leave their homes or business. -But few per
sons have bees able to visit the wonderful
lava eruption on Hawaii, or witness the dis
play of Tolcanle force there, and such must
be Indebted to Mr. Chase, -who went imme
diately and secured several views of the most
striking and picturesque scenes. Arhis gal
lery te has eight different pictures, by which
a -vivid idea may be had of the action of the
earthquakes and the lava. That of the lava
cascad.; and river is the most interesting ; this
flow, when in its molten state, tumbling over
precipice and flowing seething down the val
ley was a terrible sight. Tbe other views are,
the native bouse which was surrounded, and
five Hawaiian Imprisoned for a week, by
the lava; the demolished church at Kahukn;
the lava field which burned Capt. Brown's
house; two. pictures of the effects of the
earthquake at Waiohlcu; the tidal wave des
truction at Honolpo, and the mud flow at
These pictures, as will be seen by his ad
vertisement, are put up In the various styles
of his art, and wflj. convey a more correct
appreciation of the disturbances than the
most graphic description can costs". They
are finely executed aad are In great demand.
IiirnovExrsxTs is Sugar Ketisekt. The
San Francisco and Pacific Sugar Refining
Company hare been making extensive im-
IrOTementa in their refineries during tbe
ast four months, and have now nearly com
pleted the alterations. These improvements
consist In the application of George Gordon's
patent for the more economical making and
refining cf sugar. One patent is for an im
proved method of treating tbe animal char
coal nsed In the reEnlng process ; another to
the working of sugar in moulds ; and a third
in the manufacture of centrifugal sugar into
cubes In tbe style of cnt loaf. Patents are
secured or are now being sought for all
these Inventions in England, France and the
Xorth German Confederation. The whole
are labor saving and fuel economizing. In
the treatment of animal charcoal the princi
pal economy consists in saving the vapor
general ea in reourning we cnarcoai ana
nsing it as steam to boll sugar iu vacuo.
Each ton of sugar is ordinarily filtered
through 1j tons of chcrcoaL This charcoal,
if good, absorbs nearly ( of a ton of water,
which must be driven out that is. converted
Into steam before the charcoal can be re-
burned. The patent, among other things, is
for capturing and utilizing 'the steam which
uu uiiucxiu uccu huwl ii i& iuuuu luai
the steam evolved from the drying of a ton
of charcoal Is sufficient to evaporate to cijs
taliiing point nearly a ton of sugar liquid.
In the treatment of sugar in moulds the
principal movement is that when once the
moulds are filled they are not handled or
touched until the sugar Is purged and'readr
for finally drying into hard sugar. Ordinari
ly a mould of sugar Is handled five times
exclusive of filling and emptying. By this
method they are not moved at alL This
may seem a slight matter to tbe nninlated,
but when it is considered that in a large re
finery such as the San Francisco they "have
1,500" moulds, which on the average are used
weekly, the saving amounts to 73,000 move
ments of cones of 0 pounds weight per
week an amount which represents a large
total of labor. Owing to the mould not
being moved during the crystallization and
purging of the sugar, tbe drainage away of
the syrup and molasses la accelerated nearly
one-half. Sugar which formerly required
a week to purge, Is done Iu three and three
and a half days. Liquid sugar is carried to
the moulds by means of railwavs and cars
suspended on swivels, which transport half
1 a ton eaeh. There are for these cars a steam
' elevator raising one ton per minute through
five stories; five massive railways; 54 branch
I railways, and 27 turn tables," by means of
wfiicn one man aoes we wort which Hereto
fore required five men, in addition to the
time required being reduced byoue-half.
J.Stuakt Mill. The parliamentary ca
reer oX3Ir. J. Stuart Mill has been In singu
lar harmony with the expectations his works
had led the public to form. Governed bv
pure reason alone, he has kept aloof from afl
parties as such, and judged of each question
by the light of his powerful mind. His
panacea for Ireland so startled the propertied
classes that there was not tbe remotest
chance of its being adopted by tbe legislators,
but the ideas he there throws out will bear
fruit some day. It is satisfactory to see that he
tosses aside as contemptible the contrivance
of bribing the priesthood. Whatever the
English masses may think of his recummen-
ifntinn to th pnninnlsire C1 ftf I,nr1 tn
the peasantry, It may prove that they will
pretrr the appropriation that -Mr. Mill con
tends for, of the forfeited property of the
Irish Established Church to that purpose and
; for secular education, to the proposition of
I shaiingthe plunderamongst priest, presbyter
. and parson. With regard to the peasant pro
! prictorshlp, many English liberals feel it Is
one thing to acknowledge its success on the
1 continent, where it is a custom, and another
: thing to believe that the Irish, who by their
! experience of the Insecurity of tenure and
, the repeated and systematic confiscation of
their earnings have been educated to idle
ness, wouiu at uncc uecomc industrious ana
thriving as soon as they taw tbe fruits of
their labor assured to them. Baton Ad
vertiser. Exojcet. A Tankee orator, warming
with his subject, exclaimed, " I gncss there
alc't a man, woman, or child in this house,
who has arrived at the age of fifty years, but
what has felt this truth thundering through
their minds for centuries."
A Writer on " the poetry of slang," in
the Round Table, suggests that a simpleton
Is called a " spoon" and a " muff," because a
spoon touches a lady's lips without kissing
them, and a mutf holds her hand without
The follwing is a bona fide bill:
"St Peter's Church, parish of Salem,
(Maes.) to John , Dr.
To settinsr a round square of glass and
mending the commandments.
A hantiDg party, composed of British
anny officers, recently barred" 120 hip
popotani, 23 " rhinoceroi," 5 lions, and a
lares number of Email game, in the Zulu
LOST OR STOLEN !
A GREY HARE, Branded
"B. R." on right side from the
Pastorale of R. MeKear. in 2fuuanu
J. COSTA, Engraver. Fort Street, will be sait-
aoiy rcwarucx. j
i CALIFORNIA FLOUR!
"VfARTINEZ MILLS Extra Family
lyJL and Baker's Extra Flour, for sale by
23-It n. HACKFELD A CO.
Honolulu Water Works' Notice!
ALL PERSONS HAVING WATER
Privileges, are hereby notined that a
half year's rate in advance, will bo doe and
payable at my office on the FIRST DAT OF
JULY, and if not paid within ten days frem
that date, they will be liable to bars- their wa
ter stopped off without further notice.
Sup't Honolulu Water Works.
Office of Water Works, at tout of Nuuanu
Supreme Court In Probate.
In the matter of the pn.of of the Will of Jo
seph U. Morse, of Wainiha, Island -of
PROPER application having been
made to the Honorable R. G. Davis, Jus
tice of tbe Supreme Court, by Messrs. Saa'l
X. Castle and J. W. Austin. Executors named
in the Will, for the proof of the WiH of Joseph
H. Morse, of Wainiha, Eauai, late deceased. '
Notice is hereby given to all-persons whom it
may concern, that FRIDAY, the 3d day of
July next, at 10 o'clock a. ., is a day and
hour appointed for hearing the said applica
tion, and all objections that may be offered
thereto, at the Court House in the town of
23-2t Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
EULL FILES OF THE FOLLOW
leg Publications :
Hawaiian Spectator, 1SJS-9.
S. I. Mirror and Commercial Gazette, 1S39.
Vol. 7 of the Polynesian.
Hawaiian Cascade and Miscellany, 1811-15.
The Monitor, (monthly) 184S.
Oahu Fountain, 1S47.
Transactions B. H. Agricultural Society,
The Amateur, 1S52.
New Era and Argus, 1SSJ-55.
S. L Monthly Magazine, 1856.
VoL 7 of the P. C Advertiser.
Daily Legislative Bulletin.
Lama Hawaii, IS34. "
Kama Hawaii. 1834.
floeanona, 1H1-U. .
jucu zzzvwau, ihmj. l&k '
Nnhoa. ISii. '
Eu Hawaii. Tola. 1, 2, 3 and i.
Hae Eiritiano, 1&50.
Any persons having m their possession full
files of the foregoing pefefiestions can dis
pose of them ata fair price by applying at the
Interior Department. t
0ce of the Minister of Interior,
January 59th, 1S3. 2-tf
& E.IL .XJ DEJ -A. !
M ill Leave Cor Kauul, Thurs.
Hay, June 25tb, at 4 I. 31.,
and wQI again resume ber trips to Windward
on M0XDAY, June lath, at 1 r. .
Tbe time-table for the quarter will be pub
lished next week.
WALKER i ALLEK, Agents.
The Sale of the Retail Stock
Advertised fur WEDNESDAY, the 21th, at
the Store of Mr. J. E. Chapman, is post
poned until Friday, 16th, at 10 A. si.
SHEET IROX. SHEET ZINC,
Sheet Lead, Banes Tin, Wrought and
Iron .Nails. For sale by
F. A SCHAEFEB Jt CO.
Oolong, Poucliong Tea,
n 5 and 33 1-3 pound boxes,
L Canton Matting, 4 by 4, Camphor-TVood
Trunks. For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER k CO.
BLACK & BLUE BROADCLOTH,
Fancy Cassimerea, Grey Drills,
Black and Colored Alpacas,
Linen and Cotton Listadores,
Cotton Pant Stuff, Silk Barege,
White and Blue Sewing Cotton,
Banting, assorted colon, Osnabrneks,
Fancy Blankets, Bielafeld Linen,
Black Sflk Velvet. For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER Jt CO.
BLUE PILOT JACKETS,
BLUE SERGE DRAWERS,
Cotton Socks and Pants, Cotton Shirts,
Hickory Shirts, Regatta Shirts,
Fancy Silk Ribbons,
Berlin Wool, assorted,
German and Havana Cigars,
Matches, Chains, Grindstones,
Batcher-knives, Glass Decanters,
Goblets, Wine Glasses,
Window Glasst assorted sizes,
UHamarine, in balls and powdered.
Regulator Clocks, lc, sc.,
For sale by
F. A. SCIIAEFER i CO.
SUPERIOR HOCK WINE,
SUPERIOR FRENCH CLARETS,
Superior Burgundy Wine,
Cherry Cordial, '
For sale hy
IJ-lm F. A. SCHAEFER i CO.
LIFE INSURANCE COHP'Y,
117 Broatl'ivaj-, IVcvr York.
Geobge L. TiuiitD.. .President
0. II. Goedos Vice President
Chiblks W. PLVER........Sceretary a Actuary
A. W, Rossebs, M. D... .Medical Examiner
Jajies CnasE, M. D...... Consulting Physician
W. P. Pbestice Counsellor Attorney
Board of Directors l
A. A. Low,
George L. Wniard,
Oliver II. Gordon,
Henry E. Pierrepont,
S. B. Chittenden,
George F. Tbomae,
Peter C. Cornell,
Hon. Wm. Kelley,
Ezra P. Frentice,
William S. Tisdale,
Thomas T. Buckley,
Henry A. Swift,
Joseph A. Sprague,
James H. Prentice,
Rafuj R. Graves,
Alex. V. Blake,
Georj-e L. Nichols,
James S. Noycs,
John W. Frothingham,
ViiUiam 17. rowier,
William C. Sheldon,
Samuel B. Caldwell,
Oliver S. Carter,
Xorman S. Bently,
Lewis B. Loder,
William P. Prentice.
John T. B. Maxwell,
James H. Frothingham
Hon. Stephen Taber,
Sl'ECIAI, FI'-ATURES :
MUTUAL PREMIUMS 2,over than those of
a Majority of ths Life Insurance Compa
nies in the United States.
NON-PARTICIPATING PREMIUMS Lower
than those charged by any Company in
DIVIDENDS Increase annually after two
years, with the age of the Policy.
LOSSES Paid in thirty days after dee notice
and proof cf Death.. -
THIRTY DAYS' GRACE Allowed in the Pay
ment of Premiums.
ALL POLICIES ARE N0N-F0HFFJTABLE-
San Francisco Office,
110 Cnliloriiiii Street.
Sax Fhascisco, May 27, 1S6S.
To the Pullie:
MR. AD0LPHE M. WEISS has been ap
pointed as Agent for the above named. Com
pany at the Sandwich Islands, and has full
authority to obtain applications for Insurance
in tbe same, and to receive and receipt for pre
miums in its behalf.
GEO. T. F0LS0M,
With reference to the above, the undersign
ed, authorized Agent of this Company, begs
leave to inform the Public that ho it now pre
pared to receive applications for Insurance on
Lives, in any part of the Hawaiian Islands.
ADOLP HE M. WEISS.
Office at Dr. Hillebrand's, or at the resi
dence of Mrs. Robinson, "Emma House."
Honolulu, Juno If, 1863. 22
SOLE ami Saddle Lett titer,
tanned iroat skins, for sale by
A. S. CLEG II URN,
30-ly Agent Waimea, Tannery.-
For Sale Cheap !
A NEW BOBLER
OF IO-UOHSE. POWER WITH
complete tilings, warranted new and
with all the latest improvements, to be had at
a low figure at '
Il-tf Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGER CO.
PIANOS AND OTHER MUSICAL IN
STRUMENTS Tuned and Repaired, by
CHAS. DERBY, at the Theatre.
Lessons given on the Piano and Guitar.
Best of reference giveu 51
BOLL.ES & CO.,
PER LATE ARRIVALS.
Per Idaho our usual supply of
Fuar in half and quarter sacks.
Also, per D C Murray,
California Lima and
A Urge assortment of
Paints and Paint Oil
Manila Cordage assorted
- Sizes from 1 to 4 Jin.
Hubbard's Palest Zise Paiat
Best Boiled JEng Paint 03
11-3 ia Whitewash da, eta.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO!
Per Steamer "Idaho."
"THRESH CALA. BACON,
Xew California Hams,
New California Cheese,
Kew Cala. Smoked Beef,
Boxes Layer Malaga Raisins,
Kew Facifio Cod Fsh,
Kew Oat Meal, 10 B bags. '
New wheat Meal,
Kew California Potatoes,.
For sale low by
21-41 H. B. McINTYRE A BR0.
TO THE LADIES
Honolulu, and Adjoining Islands !
I AM RECEIVING REGULARLY
From SAX FRANCISCO, all th.Kewest
Styles in Millinery Goods, such as
AND HAT FRAMES,
FEATHERS, FLOWERS, .
RIBBONS, WREATHS, 4C,
Iridic!' Si Childrcxt'M Hosiery,
Gaiter, Slippers, Shoes.
JBiiImoral Jc Croquet Skirts;,
Hoop Skirts, etc., etc.. cte.
SHE GIRDLES & TASSELS of ALL COLORS,
Together with a Largs Variety of Fancy
and other Goods.
All Orders from tbe Otter Islands
Promptly Attended to.
ItlJtS. J. II. BLACK,
FIRE INSURANCE COHP'Y.
mllE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING
I been appointed Agents of the above Com
pany, are prepand to insure risks against Fire
on StftA and Brick Buildings, and on Mer
chandise stored therein, on the most favorable
terms. For particulars apply at the office of
S-ly F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
At once to canvass the most
OF THE SEASON.
The following works are now being canvass
ed in several counties of tho coast and with
the best of success, and good men can do well
on any one of them in a territory which has
not been canvassed.
3fackcizzlc'M 10,000 Receipts.
The best book of the kind ever published.
SIX HUNDRED COPIES have been sold in
a single county iu California, and the coun
ty not finished.
Beyond the Mississippi. Contain
ing over 200 illustrations. In several in
stances the commissions of our canvassers
upon this work alone hare amounted to over
$100 a week.
Bancroft's Slap of the Pacific
States. Fifth edition ; revised to the pres
ent time. Decidedly the best map of the
coast in existence.
"Wells's Ereryr Man I His Own
Lawyer. As high as sixteen orders in a sin
gle day have been taken for this work. It
is useful to every one.
People's Book of Biography.
A new work, just ready, by the popular wri
ter James Parton. A great number of the
subjects 'are self-made, men, "who paved
their own way iu this world," who were the
architects of their own fortunes." Head
ing like this inspires the young with cour
age ana stimulate them to emulate such ex
amples. A very large sale is expected.
iVatiiral Wealth of CiilUbnilii.
Comprising Early History, Geography and
ccenery, lumatc, Agnculture and Commer
cial Products, Manufactures, Mining, Rail
roads and Commerce, Population, Educa
tional Institutions, and a detailed descrip
tion or each county, together with much otb
er valuable information. One large octavo
volume. Tbe finest work ever gotten up on
the Pacific Coast, published by H. II. BAN-
UKUr X UU., San r rancisco.
IOMt Cause. The only Southern His
tory of ths war published. Very large sales
have been made in the territory now already
woraea. a new revised and enlarged edition
is now ready.
The American Wheat Cnltnrist
Practical details for selecting and pro
ducing new vanetics and cultivating on dif
ferent kinds of soil. A new work just ready.
Ilislory of the Secret Service of
the L' sited states. " The most exciting and
interesting book ever published."
'In addition to the above list we nave many
other first-class works which offer good induce
ments to active men, and new works constant
Those desiring an agency on any of these
works will please apply at once for terms to
agents, etc., etc., and name two or three dif
ferent counties zhat will be satisfactory, when
their first choice will be given if possible.
H. H. BAHCK0FT & CO ,
San Francisco, Cat.
The Best Book for Agents Yet
Above &D0 copies sold in San Francisco in ad
vance of publication.
THE NATURAL WEALTH
By Titus Fey Cronise, assisted by
a corps of writers selected with especial re
ference to their knowledge of, and ability
to treat, the several departments comprised
in the volume. Complete in one large Im
perial Ocfavo Toluma of over 700 pages,
printed on fine- paper from new type, aad
substantially bound in heavy beveled covers.
This elegant work is a Cyclopedia of valua
ble information, embracing every important
and interesting fact relating to tbe material
resources and advantages of the Golden State,
inch as its History, Biography, Scenery, Geol
ogy, Natural History, Climate, Agriculture,
Mining, Manufactures. Wealth. Products, ete.
2To intelligent Californian can afiord to be
"without it. Cold only by subscription. Price
t6M. Published by
TLH. 1AHCB0FI & CO,
Eaa Francisco, Cal.
A ssmber d other tint-rate Wsrka aev
ready for Canvassers. Seal for (Hreslswf
aad stats Unitary tUrired. a
rA D0Z.. ASSORTED QUALITIES, F0S
B0LLSS t CO.
Sty C. S. BARTOW.
RETAIL STOGKAT AUCTION!
On Friday, June 26th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M..
At the Store of Sir. Jt E. Chap-
Mian on Fort Street,
W0J be sold at Publio Auction, the Retail
Stock of said store, consisting of
A variety of Prints, Muslins, plain and fig
ured urieans, JJenims, nine ana iirown
Cotton. Silk Parasols, Hals ,,S hoes,
"Saddlery, and a variety of other
goods, the usual assortment
of a Retail Stock
Terms at Sale.
On Tuesday, June 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
WILL BE SOLD,
Dry Goods, Furniture, Crockery,
China Matting, Cases of Chow Chow,
Silk and. Grass gloth Handkerchiefs,
One Cooking Stove and
0ns Electrio Machine,
And a great Variety of Sundries.
Kegs of Brown Sugar and Cases of Bread.
HAS JUST RECEIVED per China
racket, an Invoice of
PRIME MANILA CIGARS,
Which are offered at the lowest Market rates.
ALSO, ON HAND,
The Best Brands of Smoking"
23 nfid Chctriasr Tobacco, lm
rTIHE UNDEHSIGNEB, intending
JL to leavo this Kingdom, hereby requests
all persons Indebted to him to make immedi
ate payment, and those having claims against
him will please present the same for settle
ment. 31-tf C. FBFD. PFLUOER.
PUNALUU RICE PLANTATION.
0. 1, and COOLIE RICE always
on hand and fur sale by
WALKER A ALLEN,
Per Steamer Idaho!
Best Japan Tea.
A VARIETY OF SILKS!
Selection of Ivory
FOR SALE BY
21-4t AI'O.-VG Ac ACnPCK.
If you' want"
Nice StreakyBacon, call at the store of
If you want"
Very nice Hams, 6-lb each, call at tbe store of
The Best Butter in the place, made under the
supervision of M. Meyers, call at the store of
If you want
The Best .Groceries in the pjace call at
If you want
. .. ;t " f
To buy Goods Cheap for'eash, call at the
7. ..... , ?-,SAyiDGE.
If you want
T7bay Jobbing'Lots, call at the Sjori'ofl
If vou want ,
Very Fine Teas Japan, Oolong, Souchong,
Flowery Pekoe, Orange Pekoe, , London
Breakfast, call at the Store of
' . -6t., S..SAVIDOE.
If youv want
Cream Cheese, and Steel's Cheese, call at the
" S. SAVIDGE.
Oats, Biran, Barley, Cora, Cracked Cora, for
sale cheap by
21- S. SAVIDGE.
SMftrwlcrisMtpf Wfltotai Dairy.
EBESH BUTTER RBCEIVED TWICE A
Wssdc, for al ky it i
GOOD rXESH SUTTSK!
ADE OS OAHU. aad for sale st
Ti eests Mr vemi. hr
2-f S. SAVIDGE.
AMHE PWTOQWPtt5 SMtliT
On Fort Str&t, ,
AT BE SEEN THS. VIW TAKStf
Late Lava Flow at Xalmlc!
Aad tfce BSeet of IzwLate
Earth siHaiic at WIeihtea; Km."
Also VIEWS or KTLATJKA airi otfcsr
p laces. -Cqf4s of tbe Kteffs, Qewees, Chiefs,
etc., all for sale at Low Price. Also, Oval
Frames of.all sites, and a few Sytare ftiiwn,
which will be sold efteaf .
al4f H. L. CHA8B.
Only Three-Mor Left.
Patent .Agraflfe Style,
ly for a Tropical CTtaafe Tfce
best toned iBstraffiefiU trie im
ported. These instruments an Maiiinir
br the neatest Artists, at the last Pari Sx-
position, aa'tkobest Upright Piaw t art
12-tf WM. FISCHER.
G. Wilhclm, Baker..
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVOIWMC.
pectfully informs his Customers m tfce
Public generally, that he ha removed bi Ba
kery from the corner cf Hotel aad Maake
Streets, to Hotel Street, near the American
SMALL LOT, FOR BALK BY
ll-3us B0LLES Jt CO.
Licenses Expiring in June. IS&Sl
RETAIL., Honolulu Hh, 3 It Ibcmwoe, t Utl
Mrs Black; 3J, Cull Cooke; 9th, wjek
oa: 11th. J Howe; 13th. KramM Co; 13th, J V
Lewis; 2M, An Gsnv ; 3d, C P Pnorer; 1Mb. J Bar
dkk; 8tb, II M Whitney! 11th, R Love: 39th, Mrs
Kergan: 13th, Foster X Co. ltth. Ah Chun. Xailoa,
Oahu. )Uul th, Kanlanshele, Hana; ltth, Kawa
koama, Kaupo; 1st. T It Paris, lvalue. Hawai
2XU, Ah (Jn a Co, KaDna; ami, Allen A Conway;
Kawaihaa; 7th, Klko Nshakutlua, Wattlo; lStb,X
WHOLESALE IloDclnhi 3d, Castle Cooker
12th. Orinbamn CoiM, Chung Hoon Jt Co; 10th, S
uonschiaeger uo; zaia, mm a incxson; uwi,-a
rerm 3J. Melchera Jt Co: 15th. Moenaao k Bon t
10th, L L Tortwrt : 3J, Abana 1 Apex
WHOLESALE 8FIKIT Uonolalo IDlo, S Hoff
chlaetrer A Co.
OPIUM JIocoIiilD 20th, Chuag Iioon a Co.
Y1CTOAIJJ.NO Honolulu litii. NcltetKrccer
1st, S Loller.
BUTCIIEB Uonolnla M, J Kelraa.
PER nOB'T COWAIt, FINE RED
SALMON, front Frazer Biver.
100 Founds White Clover Seed I
IT THE0. H. DAVIES.
JAMES L. LEWIS,
COOPER AND CAUGE1,
AS TSI OZsS STAXX),
Corner of King and JBethel Sts.
stock of OIL
all kinds of
COOPERING MATERIALS !
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
VTu f,ftTU hnBM..Hm1nt...t.... tn M.JI
-a continuance of the patronagevrrhtch he baa
heretofore enjoyed, and forwhlch ho bow re
turns ins masKS. . at-aet
D OWNER'S KEE0SENE.
mEN THOUSAND Galloas of the
J. above Celebrated Oil, to arrive per ship
Syren, direct from Boston. Enquire of
1WD 11ULLKB A CO.
FAMILY DBU& STORE.
7. 3C. SMITH jc CO.';
HAVE BECEIVED PER LATK, ARRIV
als,a New Assortment of Brags aad
Sandi' Sarsaparilla, Townsend'sTdo.,
Ayers' dd., Bristol's do., Shakers do..
Root do., Ayers Cherry Pectoral,
Balsam for the Longs, Balsam of Wild
Cherry, Hypopbosphites of Lime a Soda,
Compound Extract of Buehu, Caprales,
Thorn's Extract, Crossman's SpeciHc,
Pills and Ointments, of various kinds.
Liniments, Plasters, Pectoral Fnmigators,
Sponges, Haniburg Tea, Lily White,
Fumigating Pastils, Trasses,
J. R. Cook's Nipples, Nipple Shields,
Lnbln's and Pinaud's Extmcts,
Toilet Articles, Lip Salve,
Indelible Pencils, a Xtrr Invention,
Hair Restorers and Dressings,
Syringes, Leeches, etc., etc., etc.
IlrugH of all kins!,
i Corner of Fort and Hotel streets. 11-tf
HONOLULU IRM WORKS CO.
Wrought & Cast Iron KettleW
ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER, QF
the Best Material and Workman sti if).
I'very Decrlptl6it of
Steam and Water Cocks,
Valves, Gnsge Cocks,
Steam Ganges & Hjectorf,
Piping Blbows, Tees,
India Rubber Packing,
i - . .Flax Pack bur,
AUKtaifa ofBrass WorkKeHt-
BEST BAR IRON'
On hand and for sale, at lowest Bsarkai prioM
OTersbotriirblne, Ontre 1M
charge, Breast, T'
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OP
Mlfli Of S?lfcVT TffAM A VasJ ' a--
fnr irlilsli viH K naJa a, vui.f. 44
in aj deaireti loeH4y. 0a of orCMf
Tt!1ia- HTLuI. sV- -a . t i
nt.aD1ani.iLM IA 1 m
and giring siire Kiiciiop.
v733xri?--MnrT it m,
0P ALL SIZES ASD DB8CRIPTIOW.
With Pnmps, Made aad a4afe4 t astr asW
Mad of asy eHs aad
CoaafciaiBf aB tlui r .....
aad eosaiMMsl af ik ui ac
o tk azUMne lUssi tt MesttsTj. A 'jt'..
aamur. mim of Mssa, wb aw ht tea-
XVU. AcWORTXEKT, WHt SALE JT