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BOXOLULV, JULT 7. 1S6S.
TBI settletrent of awants lu been the principal
business of the put week. The dnlln-ss of trade
afford, as excellent cnorrentr for ,mi kln4 of
barium, snd, we believe, IS is generally coococea
m. imm of th tmt monev Is more free.
ui settlements more prompt VTe bear of no scar
city of money at the present time.
i T ij.m.v.M an anetion tale of EOods. ex
W. Wood, on Friday l't. snch al floor, bran, pota
toes, onion I, cheese, soap, salmon, eux, wnicn soio
San Francisco prices with freight added.
The P. C Murrey Is nearly fall, and will sail on
The K. W. Wood is loading for Europe, and will
take a fall cargo of wool, molasses, hides, etc
We hear of no sales of sugars or molasses. The
price of the former hare adranced to what Is consid
ered the etsndlns point, and la more likely to lower
than to rise, and the price of tlie latter has fell. By
the latest dates from San Francisco, the price of
Dolastra was quoted st 25c. and for choice 32c
The market is oTerstocted with Flour and Bread.
In fact, what is known to lie on the way from Boston
and "ew Bedford, with the stock on hand, is consid
ered to be nearly tnOclent for the next six months,
which will take in the fall season. With a decline
in Floor, and our own bakeries p-tnc we think the
whaling fleet can be supplied, this fail, with cheap
nxraxxn sr can. Dunn, extra, hosgxxiu.
For the month of Jane.
9.V2.TS So 1
2.slT3 88 I
29.00(73 6 .05
29.85'72 64 .51
llS.0'72 Ct .28 I
129.92 1724 6
f30.PO2!90'7J- .21 1
33.05 29.95:73 e0 .18
I.U9f J.VOj, oo
130.0i29.aS172 ei I
I3a00.23.ll2 75 M
I31L02 29.92 75 Si, .36
S0.O0 2.K 73 FT
nS'29.B5 73 6.
30.02 29.2'72 M
30.02 23.9273 SSl
Lmnn."9JX 73 SB1
129.95 29.SO 73-.
30.02 29.92 73-6
30.06 '29.I15-74 671
30,02!29.92 74 fT
Bain gange kept by lr. Jndd.
Port of Honolulu, July 7.
Jnlyl Ilaw bk B W Wood, Jacobs, 17 days from
Schr Lcka, from HanaleL
Schr Hannokawai. from liana.
2 Schr Kate Lee, from Labaina and Makee'a.
fccbr Mary Ellen, from Waihee.
3 Schr Warwick, from MolokaL
Schr Kamaile, from MolokaL
Schr Iilin, from MolokaL
4 Stmr Cilanea, from windward porta.
Schr Mary, from Anahola.
Schr Uattie, from X'awlUwilL
6 Sen Kamoi, from KahttlcL
Schr Vette, from Moloaa.
7 Schr JIary, from Ililo.
Jnly 1 Schr Annie, for lIUo.
2 Schr Manuokawal, for liana.
Schr Lota, for HanaleL
Schr Prince, for Kona.
6 ctr Kllaoea, for windward ports.
Schr Kate Lee, for Labaina and Makee'a.
Schr Miry Mien, fee Waihee.
Schr Iilin, for iIol..VaL
Schr Mary, for Anahola.
Schr Hattie, for KawtliwilL
Schr Kamaile, for MolokaL
7 Schr Warwick, fjr MolokaL
Trout Sn FrDci.eo, jxr It IT Wood, Julylrt
Anpmt Chirrs. Mr. Kellctt.
From San Francisco,
Apples, kgs 30
Baskets, nsta 50
Bread, cs 200
Brooms dt 25
Books, cs 4
Cheese, pkgs 7
Coal Oil, cs 250
Cranberries, kgs 5
Denims, bis 1
Floor, qr sks 1,300
llama, cs 3
Ilay, bis 53
Lime, bbls 350
Matches, pkgs 74
per B W Wood, Jnly 1st.
Mustard, bxs 25
Nails, kes 364
Oakum, bis 99
Oats, bgs 176
unions, nxs aj
ailS dx 40
Paper, bis 63
Pictures, cs 1
Potatoes, bps ICO
Salmon, bbls 199
Soap, bxs 264
Starch, bxs 25
Tea, bxs 40
Tubs, nits 10
Inspee mose, ptgs a
For Hilo and Jnomea, Hawaii.
ITCH run as a regular packet to the abore
ports. For freight or passage apply to
11-Jm WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
4S 11-SS toni register, copper and eopper-fas-tened,nowrunning
between this Port and HDo,
baring just been pnt in a thorough state of
repair and famished with a complete sett of
New Sails, Gear, Ground Tackle, etc., is now
offered for sale. For particulars, apply to
L. L. X0BBERT,
17-tf J. H. Coney. HHo.
THE UNDERSIGNED, EXECUTORS OF
the VTill or John P, Parker, late of Ham
akua. Island of Hawaii, deceased, herebj no
tify all persons hiring claims against the Es
tate cf the said John P. Parker, to present
the same, and those indebted to the Estate
are reqaestcd to make immediate payment.
. J. P. PARKER.
Executors of the Will of John P. Parker.
Hamakna, Jut 19, 1S6S 24
TO BE SOLD.
A PONY, CARRIAGE AND
HARNESS, ccmclete. The Horse has
been driven br a ladr. and is free from rice.
ALSO A SADDLE HORSE, perfectly qniet,
and a good pacer. Inquire at the
24-tf REGISTRY OFFICE.
mllK CNIJERSIGNED, intending
JL to leare this Kingdom, hereby- requests
all persons indebted to him to make immedi
ate payment, and those baring claims against
him will please present the same for settle
ment, pl-tfl C. FRED. PFLUGER.
G. "Wilhelm, Baker,
rrVHAXKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, RES
1 peetfolly informs his Customers and the
Pcblie generally, that he has removed his Ba
kery from the corner of Hotel and Maunakea
Streets, to Hotel Street, near the Americas
WE ARE PREPARED TO FUR.
nish Fire-Wood of the Best Quality
Ohia, Koa. and Xeneleao at our Landing,
Bear Hilo Bay, in quantities to suit.
HITCHCOCK & BROTHER,
For farther particular, enquire of
C As tlx a Cooks. Agent. 17-tf
2 N muderate
3 do light
4 do do
C do do
7 do moderate
5 do light
9 do moderate
ID do light
11 do moderate
12 do light
13 do do
J do do
li do do
16 da strong
17 do do
16 do do
19 do moderate
20 do fresh
Cl do moderate
22 do do
S3 do do
24 do fresh
25 do moderate
IS do do
S do light
28 do moderate
29 do do
30 do do
Phases of the Moon for the month of Jul,
ruraxxn st cm. siVl axrrn.
4 th. Full Moon, 10 8 A. M.
12th, Last Quarter, I... 2 HP. M.
19th, Sew Moon, 11 25 A. M.
56th, Tirst Quarter... 3 20 A M.
b. to. h. m.
1st, Sun W,....5 23 A. x. Sun Sets,... 6 41 1. X.
6th, Sun Rises,.... 5 28 " Sun Sets,... 6 42 "
15th,6unra,...5 31 M SunSets,... 6 41 '
2H. Sun IUsJ,....5 34 Sua Sets,... 6 38
29th, Sun Bi 5 36 " Sun Sets,... 6 35 "
The bark D. C Murray will sail to-morrow,
taking the malls.
The U. S. S. ilolumgo left yestcrdsj after
noon, for a Tisit to the Island of Kauai.
The Supreme Court commences its Jnly
Term to-day, Chief Justice Allen presiding.
There are not many cases on the calendar.
Jcbt Time. Marshal Parke requests us to
cay that the Foreign Jury, drawn for the Ju
ly term, will not be required until Monday,
the 13th instant, at 9 o'clock, a. v., punctu
ally. Large Yield. We learn that Messrs. E.
Bally & Son, of Walluku, hare taken 6 S-9
tons of sugar per cere from a field of several
acres, the land hiring been surreyed and the
The entertainment of Mr. C. B. Hummer,
at the Public Hall, last crening, was a decid
ed success, and a large and appreciative au
dience attended. The sentimental pieces
were good and well delivered, while his com
ical delineations caused all to hare a hearty
laugh. If we may judge from the applause,
none went away dissatisfied. Mr. Hummer
promises another entertainment.
Ricettiox. CoL Spalding received at the
new Consular Rooms in Makee'a Block on
Saturday, the fourth, at 12 o'clock, cSlclal
visits from His Majesty's Ministers, His Er.
the Governor of Oahu, and from bis col
leagues In the Diplomatic and Consular ser
vice. A handsome lunch was set out in the
rooms. A large number of our American
and other residents availed themselves of the
occasion to pay their respects and offer their
congratulations in honor of the day.
The Mouongo. The Ball on board the
Molimgo on Saturday, the evening of the
Fourth, was a brilliant and pleasant affair.
The ship was finely decorated, brilliantly
lighted, and ample room was enclosed by
flags and canvas, both on the main and up
per deck, to accommodate the guests, and
give space for dancing. The full moon added
its lustre to the pleasant preparations for the
evening's entertainment, and made the boat
trips to end from the vessel, no small portion
of the enjoyment. The supper "was served
about ten o'clock, and the ball broke up be
There was a large number of invitations
issued, embracing all nationalities of our for
eign residents, and the acceptance and the
attendance was very general. The official
persons present were, His Majesty's Cabinet,
His Excellency Gov. Domicls and Staff, in
uniform, the Acting O. S. Minister Resident,
H. B. L's Commissioner and Consul Gen
eral, H. L M.'s Commissioner and Consul,
and the various members of the Consular
corps. So pains was spared by Captain
Simpson and his officers to make their enter
tainment pass off pleasantly to all their
guests, and seldom has a party on ship-board
been more successful, or given greater pleas
ure to those attending.
Me. Beckwith's School. The examina
tion of the select school of Mr. M. B. Beck
with, Miss Atherton assistant teacher, was
held last Friday. The scholars were exam
ined in all the studies which have been
taught during the year, and exhibited com
mendable progress. Frequent singing varied
the exercises. Mr. Beckwith takes great
pains to teach thoroughly, the very pleasant
art of vocal music. The experience of this
school proves that there are white children
in the town whose parents are unable to ed
ucate them, and unless tbe teachers of our
select schools can afford to tax themselves,
or help in other way be extended to snch
children, they must remain without element
ary education. The fact Is one worthy of
serious attention, and as this class of chil
dren increase, the necessity of making pro
vision to meet such cases, will force itself
more and more upon the public attention.
The Regatta. The Regatta of the fourth
was a very popular and well attended affair.
The brass band were stationed on the Espla
nade, which was crowded with spectators,
as well as the vessels laying alongside the
wharves, all Intent on watching the perform
ances of the boats. A large number of boats
were entered, and the competition was live
ly and exciting, and loud cheers greeted the
winning parties. Tbe boats were started
from a point abreast Robinson's wharf, and
rowed out to the entrance, rounded a boat
stationed there, and thence back to the' point
of starting. The judges were in a boat, at
the place of termination, and have awarded
the prizes to tbe following boats.
Prize or SCO awarded "The Barge," en
tered by Kalakaua.
Prize of 50 awarded to "Liliu," entered
Prize orMO awarded to "Revenue Cutter,"
entered by Kaiap.
Prize of $30 awarded to Whaleboat, enter
ed by Kaluna.
Prize of (25 awarded to " Kearsarze" en
tered by J. Hiller.
Prize of 20 awarded to "White Jacket,"
entered ty Allen Jndd.
Prize of f!5 awarded to canoe, 4 paddles,
entered by Pinehasa.
Prize of $10 awarded to canoe, 2 paddles,
entered by Kamoana.
A Srw and Novel Estespeise. The
Korth American Wood Preserving Company
nave an establishment in process of construc
tion on Berry street, near Fourth, which is
very novel, and promises the most favorable
results in the operation of preserving wood
from the effects of decay and the depredation
ofthetrredo. The process was invented by
Mr. Samuels, and is, of course, a secret. A
huge wrought Iron boiler plate, cylinder or
tube has been manufactured, in which the
timber b to be operated upon. It is 75
feet long and 5t Inches in diameter. At its
side stands a steam boiler and engine. The
timber to be preserved will be pushed into
the cylinder from a runway, and the door at
one end closed air and .steam tight. The
timber will be first subjected to the action of
steam which will be condensed in the cylin
der, and the air exhausted. Above and be
low the iron tnbe are large wooden reservoirs
which are to contain a peculiar fluid prepara
tion which will be thrown into the tnbe br
J Cleans of force pumps till a pressure is exert
. ed on the cylinder of 173 pounds to the
square incn, ana on ine wooa witn lorce sum
eient to drive it into tbe pores of the wood.
The engine Is about 0 hone-power, and will
work the force, and air pumps. The building
enclosing the boiler, tube and machinery, is
nearly completed, and the establishment will
be in working order In a short time. BuIUtut.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Washisotox, May 29. Information has
been received that the Provisional Govern
ment of Crete has decided to convene a reg
ular Parliament. Elections are now being
held in all parts of the Island. Another bat
tle occurred near Sphaknrt Jf on the 3d of
May. The Cretans drove the Turks from two
block-houses they had recently built,
New Yore, June 5. The lltraldU Mont
real special says the Fenian scare throughout
the Dominion is increasing. The authorities
increase the general alarm by the extensive
preparations making in this city. Several
i ne Jitrtua juaione special says roao
fairs wll. be gotten up atL Altai, Vt. for
the purpose of covering up the collection of
men lor toe coming rain into utnaaa. lrge
numbers of arms .are rapidly arriving at
points on the frontier. Prominent Fenians
J 1 . I. - . t . I .. . I. n 1 . V. . I
win h, ism, fnrr with firm fnot ne-In
the Dominion. T1? hare consequently deteriorated In ap-
Losdox, June6th.-The released English Prancc, and lost weight by IttriUon to
captives hive arrived at Suez from Abyssinia. ch " "nA?.P.S"" J?.r
St Petersburg, Jnne 6th.-Official intclll- . aerriee, and In everv way discreditable speci
gence confirms the capture of the city of mens of British mintage. Beyond these
Sokhsra. The reported death of the mir and notorious defrets there exists
is unconfirmed. 'The Russians have taken another evil which I.rhaP of .more serious
hold of Samara cand moment The smooth-faced crowns and
Paris. Jnne 9th.-Baron Stakelberc. the ! half-crowns .Present almost Irresistible
new Russian Minister, had a formal rccSntion
at Court yesterday. In bis remarks, he
hoped that the friendly relations of France
and Russia would continue on the basis of
Napoleon, In a pacific reply, reciprocated
the hopes expressed.
Loxdox, June 9th. In the House of Com
mons to-night Inquiries were made of the
Government concerning the measures for
the opening of the territory of British Korth
American to settlement Mr. Aubery, Un
der Secretary of the Colonial Department,
.explained that pending the negotiations
wiin me uuason iay company, no steps
could be taken by the Government in that
Brcssells. June 9th. The KInc and
Queen of Belgium arrived on Monday, to
..-..1 .... V.n .... f Ia Ttl.tnm & rrnri
banquet is to be given to the Admiral to-1
Vienna. Jnne 10th. The Reichsrath has
adonted the bill providing for the sale of the
London, June 10th. The Ascot Derby
was won by the Marquis of Hastings colt;
Earl Caps pee, second; Suffolk, third. The
Roval Hunt Cup was won by "Satire:"
"Casely," second; "Master "Villie," third.
Twcnty-tn o horses ran.
Belgrade, Skrtta, June 10th. At five
o'clock this afternoon Michel Shringing,
Prince of Senia, while walking in Fopscha-
dore lark, was shot dead by turce men witn
JSSSaa.?. nfbXnti'Sn '
the assassination. He belonged to the Ober-
..-tt.li r.mllr tij iwtimlnrrdrn.clrnfpmii
London, Jnne 11th. The particulars of j
the assassination of Prince Michel, at Bel-
grade, yesterday, are that the Prince was ;
S."ti!L?KflI5 L?,Dd.ie.eS r6?.,1,?6?!,1: !
daughter of the latter received a wound,
Some of the attendants were also wounded.
One of the assassins was captured.
Paris, June 11th. The Jloniteur states
that the Cxar has made a proposal to Kapo-
leon that France and Russia unite in an effort i
to induce all the civilized nations to abandon
the use of torpedoes and explosive projec
tiles in time of war. The Honiitur says this
humane proposal meets the approval of the
Emperor, who, howeTer, thinks It may be
necessary to employ torpedoes for defensive I
! Losdox, June 11th. The last despatches i was to bring a bottle and pour the con
! from Belgrade represent the excitement as tents into the receptacle. After the plan
. intense, io ouioreac, nowever, nas occurr- ,
ed. Two ol me assassins nave oeen arresiea. i
It Is ascertained that a father and two sons I
were the assassins. One of the latter is still j
at large. i
The official returns of the Bank of England I
show that the specie has increased a quarter
of a million of pounds since last report. I
Toronto, June lltn. ice ciiy minorities
have received instructions to prepare billets
for 15,000 men. The measure is only to be
acted npon in tbe event of volunteers being
Vienna, June 7. Prince Xapoleon has
arrived, and had a close consultation with
the Emperor Francis Joseph. The object of
the Prince's visit is unknown. Tbe Cham- !
ber of Dcpullea of the Lower House of the ,
Reichsrath voted to fund all the different t
forms of national indebtedness, except iotte- j
5 per cent.
Sr. Peteksbceo, June 7. The Emperor of
Russia has issued a ukase setting free all per
sons of foreign birth now exiled to Siberia,
and all natives of Russia and Poland sentenc
ed to less than twenty years exile.
Havana, June Gen. Lupron, of St
Domingo, has issued a proclamation against
Baez. The adherents of Cabral number 3,000.
They bare taken the field, acting with Lu
pron against Baez, whose position is consid-
i A report has reached St. Thomas that Con-
cress had rejected tbe treaty for tbe purchase
' of the island. The news caused great excite
J ment. Business is improving.
Commissioners have left Hayti for Europe,
1 to tender the Presidency to Gen. Solomon. I
Caraccas dates to May 11th say Gen. Rojea, I
i at tbe head of tbe revolutionists, had entered '
! Caraccas. The officers and partisans of the I
1 Government, tearing treachery, subsequently !
i fled from the city. Large numbers had joined j
I Gen. Manajhas. Fighting was not ended,
I and much bloodshed was expected. General j
I Falcon escaped to the Dutch island of Ornbua. ,
Great excitement still existed in Honduras
and Nicaragua, on May SSth, on acconnt of
the renewal of British pretensions to the
ownership of the Mosquito Territory. The '
United States is expected to Interfere to pre- 1
vent such claims.
New Tore. June 2. Advices from Hayti
report that Salnave had been beaten, and had
lorcea nis way out oi ron-au-rnnce.
The Britlsii Buclget.
The Revenues and Expenditures or the
Coming Teak. In tbe House of Commons, i
on the evening of the 23d April, the Chan
cellor of the Exchequer explained the budget
of tbe year. Premising that though the '
elasticity or the revenue naa not equalled
that of "former years, considering two bad
harvests and the commercial crisis, a retro
spect of tbe financial condition of the coun
try was not unsatisfactory, he plunged at
once into a comparison of the estimated
revenue with Its actual yield. Mr. Hunt
passed then to tbe finances of the coming
year, and dealing first with tbe ordinary ex
penditure, and putting ont of sight for the
present the Abyssinian expedition, be esti
mated it thus :
Interest oo debt 26,700,000
Otber Cnisolidatea rood charges
Army 15, 4.'. 000
CiTil Sarices 9,173,000
Krrrnoe Departments. 4,yus,wy .
rost Office and Packet Service 1,889,00) I
Having explained the changes in the charges .
for the debt, the result of which was an in
crease of SO,000, and offered some reason
for the increase in the estimates which he '
showed in certain cases to be more apparent !
than real be stated his proposals for raising I
the revenue of tbe year. Assuming the tea
duty to be continued, and taking tbe income !
tax at 4d., he thus calculated next year's In-!
Customs ,800,000 ;
Excise. ,S30.000 1
Iscoms tax at 4L, aod including arrears. 6,900,000 4
Stamps 9,50,OM) I
Tain. liiO (O0 '
I Post Otace 4,650,009 j
i Crown Lands 350,000
! Miscellaneous 3,730,000 I
! Total revenue. 7110,000
Total expsnditure...... T0,iS3,0M J
I Estimated surplus 925,000 I
! He next explained bow be proposed to
I provide for tbe extraordinary expenditure '
on the Abyssinian war. Premising that Mr. .
Disraeli's original estimate of 3,000,060 for ,
placing the army on the coast of Africa j
would not ie exceeaca, ana wouia represent
the cost of the expenditure up to the begin
ning of the year, its expenses from that date
. he calculated at 600.000 per month. And
as it was confidently expected that the expe
dition would be over by tbe end of May, its
total cost would be 5,000,000, of which
3.000,009 remained to be provided. If this
bad been a permanent expenditure, Mr.
Hunt said, he should propose to raise some
part of the sum by a tax upon articles of
consumption; but considering bow soon it
would be over, and tbe double disturbance
ia trade cansed by puttiog on an indirect tax
for a short time, and on taking It off again,
he preferred to resort to an additional in
come tar of 3d., thus raising the rate from
4L to Cd. in the pound.
Siltes Coins. There can bo no hesitation
ia saying that the existing sliver coinage of
Great Britain Is, in every nay, In an unsatis
factory state. One of the first steps taken
with a view to the Improvement of the silver
I coinage, nualevcr may Dc ultimately none, in
the wav decimalization, should be the with-
l drawal from circulation of all crowns, half-
crowns ana lourpenny pieces, iney nave
, long since been doomed to a gradual process
of extinction, and numbers of tbcm find
their way annually to their birthplace and
their rrare tbe crucibles of the Roval .Mint
p : v Ttn...ft..i,.,..M
out, and Interfere injuriously for the public
Interests with tbeir fellow performers. A
very large proportion of the crowns and half
crowns have been in circulation ever since
the great recoinage of silver in 1816-17.
mL nPn lne. ? proiesstonai
It is un
derstood by those who are In a position to
know the fact that many thousands and, It
may be, hundreds or luousanas 01 counter
feit crowns are now eddying along the
channels or lurking in the creeks of general
circulation. The palpable remedy for these
defects is the speedy recall of all the genuine
coins their transmission to the Mint, and
their conversion into coins of existing and
not of extinct species. The collection of
the condemned pieces mizbt be made simul
taneously throughout the country by the
assistance of provincial banks, the authorities
of which miirht previously be supplied with
florins, shillings, and sixpence of recent
mintage for exchange. The loss of weight
! contingent upon remelting and recasting the
obsolete coins migm wen lau upon me
national treasury, the i public having had all
! the adrantazes of tbeir long existence, and
! contributed to their deterioration. Ail that
" needed for giving encct to onr suggestion
! is the issue of a Royal Proclamation, and the
j completion of a few preliminary and minor
( arrangements. The lourpenny pieces, of
1 which there are comparatively few In circula
tion, might be recalled and converted lortli
witb Into thieepennics (which is about tbeir
intrinsic value), and thus another source of
annoyance would be got rid of. Mxkaniot
Tit. DifiRaraj has four dnkps nndpr him
to M ministry. Ko wonder!.. he
cannot bring forward an educational scheme
of the kind he would prefer. The marvel
is that he can drag; these encumbrances
aonf, a3 fast as he does. The dukes to
whom wo refer are the Duke of Richmond.
the Duke of Marlborough, the Duke of
i Buckingham, the latter a real Plan-
i tagenet, whose ancestors occupied them
: selves four or five hundred years in pull-
ing out the teeth of Mr. Disraeli's ances
j tors by way of extracting gold.
A PnrRRTAV lonrnal relatps n Rtnnr of a
j feh congregation which determined
:,t Tf.w,; , r ;
to present to its Kabbi a tun or wine, in
taken of their respect and love. Each
v. hwn , the ta - d
. , , , 7, '
ana 'onna to be filled with pure water, i
Each one of the donors had conceived tbe
idea that in such a quantity a single bottle
0f water would not be detected, and the
result was as stated.
THE T0H MOORE TAVEEH,
BV J. O'ZVIEIX.,
25 Corner of King &. Fort Sreets. ljr
FOUND, on the Palnma Road,
on the Fourth of July, a Gold Watch-
Chain. The owner can hare the same
by calling at this ofiice, or on Thos. Foster,
and paying for this advertisement. 25
A Stove that is a Stove!
A FEW MORE LEFT, OF
those Celebrated Premium Stores,
"TROPIC," "PEERLESS," and
" ELDORADO," with or without ex
Please call and examine, at
Corner of Fort i Merchant Sts.
3 THE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE?
w$ on Richards' Street, Honolala, latelyE
occupied by R. Sterling, Esq. Apply to
25- A. F. JUDD.
WANTED TO PUBCHASE!
5jA SMALL LOT AND HOUSE, IN
2Cfor near Honolula. Apply to
C. S. BARTOW,
25-tf Com'o Agent,
PER "CHINA PACKET!"
Mnnlla OigTuvs !
FOR SALE BY
AIIAXA Ac CO.,
FRESH MfLKJ FRESH MILK!
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAY- fJSftf
ing bought out the Stock andJxiC,
Business of Mrs. Johnstone, will eontioue to
supply daily. Fresh Milk, to both old and new
customers, promptly and regularly.
Oar new establishment being connected with
one of the mot extensire cattle and dairy
farms on this island, extra supplies of milk
can be furnished in any quantity, at short
notice. Custom Respectfully Solicited.
24-lm HOLT A RAD.
Licenses Expiring in July, 1868.
RETAIL, Honolulu July 1st. Ilyman k Phil
lips, 3d Sin Ti, 13th Ah Po, 15th Ah Ho, 2na
Omar Iloon, 14th T W Warren, 22J. Ahlnan. 31 V
Rraa. lit Ah Lit k Co.IndAh Mae, ISlh D Jf Flituer.
Waialua. Oahu 26Ch AbWaa. Ifia 14th Ah Tung.
Wa3ee.Maut-ltTC White. Hana-30thFJ. Ststle.
19th S Kanakaole t Co. Kailua, Ilawaii Chun
Tuck, 22d D Montgomery. Waimea SdGraxingCOL,
Ililo aKh JD Mills, 2Dtb C II Wetmore. Waioaiuu
h Kavaa, KaUikoa t Co. Koloa, Kauai 23d A
WHOLES A LK Honolulu. Oahu 1st Hrman and
Phillips, Sth g atM(, 1st Walker A Allen, 1st T H
Davits, 3d Ah Va. MolokaL
WHOLESALE SPIRIT Honolulu let T H Daries.
VICTUALLING Honolulu 31lt All Loan. Hilo,
Hawaii. 17th H
PLAXTATIOS Hans. Maui 15th EanhL Hilo,
Ilawaii ISth Tucker k Waller.
HORSE Honolulu, Oahu 3d Kaaukun, tio 6, 31st
Koa, 'o 7 (2), lift Makue, No 8.
BOAT Honolulu 17th J KaOL 1st J Baker, Ls
haina. BCTCITEE Lahalna, Maul 23d Kalanaka.
BILLIARDS Honolulu, Oahu 7th, Soils k Era
ser. Just Received
PER ROB'T CO WAN, FINE RED
SALMON, from Frazer River.
160 Pounds White Clover Seed!
- IT THEO. H. DAVIES.
TO THE LADIES
Honolulu, and Adjoining Islands!
I AM RECEIVING REGULARLY
From SAJf FRAXCISCO, all the fewest
Styles in Millinery Goods, snch as
AND HAT FRAMES,
RIBBONS, WREATHS, &C,
Ladles' &. Cbildrcii'B Hosiery,
Gaiter. Slipper, Shoes,
Utilmornl &. Croquet Skirts,
Hoop Skirts, etc, etc, etc.
SILK GIRDLES & TASSELS of ALL COLORS,
Together with a Large Variety of Fancy
and other Goods.
All Orders from tbe Otlier Islands
Promptly Attended to.
HBS. JT. II. BLACK,
Wrought Iron Kails,
For sale by
F. A SCHAEFER A, CO.
Oolong, Pouchong Tea,
Jn 5 and 33 1-3 pound boxes,
Canton Matting, 4 by 4,
Camphor Wood Trunks,
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER 4 CO.
JgLACK & BLUE BROADCLOTH,
Black & Colored Alpacas,
Linen 4 Cotton Listadors,
Cotton Pant Stuff,
White and Blue Sewing Cotton,
Banting, assorted colors,
Black Silk Velvet,
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
BLUE PILOT JACKETS,
T1.UE SERGE DRAWERS,
Berlin Wool, assorted.
Fancy Silk Ribbons,
For sale by
F. A SCHAEFER A CO.
German & Havana Cigars,
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Ultramarine, in balls and powdered.
Ladies' Side Saddles,
Ac, Ac, Ac.,
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
SUPERIOR HOCK WINE,
gUPERIOR FRENCH CLARETS,
Superior Burgundy Wine,
Superior Cherry Cordial,
For sale by
!Hb F. A. SCHAEFER A CO.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Wrought & Cast Iron Kettles
ON HAND AND MADE TO ORDER, OF
the Best Material and Workmanship.
Every Inscription of
Steam and Water Cocks,
Valve, Guage Cocks,
Steam Ganges A Injectors,
. Piping -Elbows, Tees,
India Rubber Packing,
All Kinds of Brass Worlcrfeat
BEST BAR IRON
On hand and for sale, at lowest market prices
Oyer&liot, Turbine, Centre Ils
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
Made of either Itcn or Wood, calculations
for which will be made on receiving the par
ticulars of "Volume, Head, and Fall of Water,
in any desired locality. One of our Centre
Discharge Wheels may be seen atihe Kane
ohe Plantation, -where it is in full operation
and giving entire satisfaction.
OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS,
With Pumps, Made and adapted to any place
Wool, Pulu, Cotton & Oil Presses
Made of any Site and Strength,
Combining -all the Latest Improvements ,
and composed of the Best Materials. One of
our Wool Presses is giving entire satisfaction
on the extensive Ranch of Messrs. J. & Y.
Sinclair, Island of Niihau, who may be con
sulted with regard to particulars. ISSm
By C. S. BARTOW.
On Friday, July 10th,
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Sales-Room,
A Collection of Valuable Books!
In the French and English Languages.
At thtPPrirate Residence of
Ills Excellency C. dc VarljrBy,
IN NUUAND" VALLEY.
On Tuesday, July 14,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
Will be sold at Publio Auction, all the
Furniture or Said Kcsldeuce,
Consisting of a variety of Superior Parlor,
Bed Room, Dining Room, and Kitchen
Furniture, Glass Ware, and
Particulars of Sals by future advertisements
3F1 TJ 3E8. 3NT I T XJH.-TS3
AX AUCTION !
ON THUBSDAY, JULY 16th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., AT THE
Residence of airs. Johnstone,
Alakea St., opposite the Hawaiian Theater,
irai BE SOLD
At Public Auction, Superior
Mahogany Ocntre Table,
Hair Cloth Sofa, Hair Cloth Chairs,
Sofa Bedstead, Cane Seat Chairs,
Large Koa Sideboard,
Book Caso and Books,
Hair Mattrasses, Feather Pillows,
Bedding, Bureau, Lookinglass,
Glass and Crockcryware,
1 Piano Porte, -ffiolian Attachment !
Lady's Elegant Work Table.
J5? Haters itmtd prtrlmu to tale.
RUINART, pere & fils Champagne,
Carte Blanche, in pints and quarts.
For Sale by
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
15-tf Messrs. Ruinart, pere A fils Rheims.
c. s. spexckb. n. XACrABLAXE.
CIIAS. IV. S1?ECEK & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
24 Qneen Street, Honolulu. ly
Supreme Court of the Hal
Ane (w) vs. Levi Morse, (k).
WHEREAS, the Complainant in
the abore entitled canse has filed a pe
tition unto the Hon. Klifha II. Allen, Chief
Justice oftho Supreme Court, praying for a
decree of divorce from her husband, the de
fendant aforesaid, on the ground of the ab
sence from this Kingdom for three years and
not .hearing from, of the said defendant.
Now, this is to notify the said Levi Morse to
appear before the Hon. Elisba U. Allen at bis
Chambers in the Court House, Honolulu, on
Tuesday, the 27th day of October, 1383, at 10
o'clock a. v., at which time will be heard, the
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
Honolula, June 23, 1868. 18-tm
Honolulu Waterworks' Notice!
"A Lli PEItSONS HAVING WATER
.X Privileges, are .hereby notified that a
half year's rate in adrance, will bo flue and
payable at my ofiiee on the FIRST DAY OF
JULY, and if not paid within ten flays from
that date, they will be liable to hare their wa
ter stopped off without further notice.
' II. PRENDEROAST,
Sup't Honolulu Water Works.
Office of Water Works, at foot of Nunanu
LIPE INSURANCE COMP'Y,
117 Ilroadiray, Rcir York.
George L. Willabu President
O. H. Gobdo.i Vice President
Cbarlks W. Pltkk Secretary i Actuary
A. W. ItoDGEBS. M. D Medical Examiner
James Cbasc, M. D Consulting Physician
W. P. Pukxtice.. ....-Counsellor A Attorney
Board of Directors I
A. A. Low,
George h. Wiilard,
Oliver II. Gordon,
Henry E.- Picrrepint,
S. B. Chittenden,
George F. Thomae,
Peter C. Cornell,
Hon. Wm. Kelley,
Etra P. Prentice,
William S. Tisdale,
Thomas T. Buckley,
Gilbert L. Beeekuxan,
Henry A. Swill,
Joseph A. Sprague,
James H. Prentice,
Burns R. Grares,
Alex. Y. Blake,
Georjre L. Nichols,
James S. Noyes,
John W. Frothingham,
ttilltam U. rowler,
William C. Sheldon,
Samuel B. Caldwell,
Oliver S. Carter,
Norman S. Bently,
Lewis B. Loder,
Willianl P. Prentice,
John T. B. Maxwell,
James H. Frothingham
lion, etepuen xaber,
MUTUAL PBFHIUHSILower than those of
a Majority of the Life Insurance Compa
nies in the United States.
N0N-FARTI CIFATIHG PRrTMTTJHB Lower
than those charged by any Company in
SrVTDENDS Increase annually after two
years, with the age of the Policy.
LOSSES Paid in thirty dayi after dee notice
and proof of Death.
THIRTY DAYS GRACE Allowed in the Pay
ment of Premiums.
ALL POLICIES ABE N0N-F0RFFJTABLE-
San Francisco Office.
41 California Street.
Sax Fbaxcisco, May 27, 186S.
To lit PuhUe:
MR. ADOLPHE M. WEISS hag been ap
pointed as Agent for the above' named Com
pany at the Sandwich Islands, and baa fall
authority to obtain applications for Insurance
in the same, and to receive and receipt for pre
miums in its behalf.
GEO T. F0LS0M,
With referf r,r r to the above, the undersign
ed, aathorizr-! ' .est of this Company, begs
leare to isfurc t c Public that be is now pre
pared to receive appacaiicn for Insurance on
Lives, in any part of tbe Hawaiian Islands.
- ADOLPHE M. WEISS.
Ofice at Dr. H9eerand's.
Honolula, Jane It, 1S48. 22
By K. P. ADAMS.
Off THURSDAY, JUL Y t,f
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. Hi,
WILL BE SOLD,
A VARIETY OF MERCIMiM
Dry Goods, Clothing, !," '
Furnishing Goods, Hat), '
Caps, Shoes, Groceries, j.
Downer's Kerosene 0U,l,
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street, p
MAY BE BEEN THB VIEWS TAKEN
Late Lava Flow at'Kahnku !
And the Effects of the Late
Earthqnnlic at Wlofalaa, KaU.
Also VIEWS' OF KILATJEA and other-
places. Cards of the Kings, Queens, Chiefs,
etc., all for sale- at Low Prices. Also, Oval
Frames of all sites, and a few Square Frames,
which will be sold cheap.
ol-tf XI. li. wilABfi.-.
Only Three More Left.
Patent Agraflc Style,
iy for a Tropical Climate The.
best toned Instruments ever im
ported. These Instruments are acknowledged
by the greatest Artists, at the last Paris Ex
position, as the best Upright Pianos that are
12-tf WM. FISCHER.
For Sale Cheap!
A NEW BOILER
OF 10-HOItSE POWER WITH
complete fixings, warranted new and.
with ail the latest improvement!, to be bad at
a low figure at
21-tf En. UOFFSCHLAEGER A CO.;
AGENTS WANTED .
At once to canvass the most . '
OF THE SEASON.
Tbe following works are now being can rail
ed in several counties of the 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.
aXackeiizicM 10,000 Receipts.
Tbe best book or tbe kind ever published.,
SIX HUNDRED COPIES have been sold in
a single county in California, and tbe eoun-j
ty not finished. '
Beyond the ZUIssIssIppi.. Contain
ing over -vu 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
ciaies. nun edition; revtsea to tbe pres
ent time. Decidedly the best map of the
coast In existence.
Wells's Every 3Inn Ufa Own
-Lawyer. As bign as sixteen orders In a sin-
gle day ure been taken for this work. It
is useful to every one. ,
People's Book of Biography..
A new worn, jtm ready, Dy tbe popular wri
ter James Parton. A great number of the
subjects are self-made men, "who paved
their own way in this world," who were the
"architects of their own fortunes." Readf,
ing like this inspires the young with cour
age and stimulates them to emulate such ex
amples. A very large sale is expected.
rVntunU Wealth of California.
Comprising Early History, Ueograpby and
ScenenJ, Climate, Agriculture and Commer
cial Products, Manufactures, Mining, Hail
roads and Commerce, Population, Educa
tional Institutions, and a detailed descrip-
tion of each county, together with much oth
er valuable information. One large octavo
volnm". The finest work ever gotten up on
tbe Pacific Coast, published by II. H. BAN
CROFT A CO., San Francisco.
Lost Canse. The only Southern Ilia- '
tory ot tbe war published, very large sales
hato been made in the territory now already
worked. A new revised and enlarged edition
is now ready.
The American Wheat Caltarlst
Practical details for selecting and pro
ducing new varieties and cultivating on dif
ferent kinds of toil. A new work Just ready.
History of the Secret Serrlce.of
tue united ciates. " Tbe most exerting ana
interesting book ever published." 1
In addition to the above list we have many
other first-class works which offer good Induce?
ments to active men, and new works constants
Those desiring an ageney on any of these
works will please apply at once for tense to
agents, etc., etc, and name two or three dif
ferent counties that will be satisfactory, whes
their first choice will be given if possible. ,
H. H. BANCROFT 4c C0.,m
San FraseUee, Calvl
The Best Book for Agents Yit
Above 500 copies told in San Francisco la ad
vance oi puDiieauon. ,
THE NATURAL WEALTH?
By Tltiis Fey CroHlse, aseSeted by.
a corps ot writer seieetea witn especial re-
fereoee to their knowledge of, and styftjr
to treat, the several departments comprised
in the volume. Complete la one large Ia-'
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printed on fine paper from sew type, asd
substantially bound in heavy beveled eevertv
-This elegant work k a Cyesssedia ot raha-
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ana interesting raw, relating to tne rsilsrtal
resources and extras taxes' of the GeUeei Atsia.
such as its History, Biography, geeeery, 8eet-
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Mining, Manufactures, Wealth, Prow-sets, eta,
No intelligeat Califersian east afcrd ta V
without it. SoH oair hr smbseriesisn. Fries
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