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8ici oor lut 1mu we htrt to note the arrirU of
the Clira U. Pntil from 6an ?rncfco,"ith merchw
dlee, puienger uid xniUt to Walker Je Allen. She
farl&p 6a Frucitco tUUs to the 28th nlL, and New
rorktelegrmnM of the 27th. Gold -quoted t
"Our coram pre Ul Ajce report lmtlneai In general
U onuraallj dolled utocki ft all Wnd heaTy with
a downward tendency. Quite a decline Ingrain.
The unly article in demand being sugar, both raw
Md refined. MoUnea "dull at 28&30c rnla In de
mand at 20c
The steamer Montana was adTertUed to leaTe San
Trandeco on the 3d inst, for thU port, to take the
.place of the Idaho.
' , The I). a 11 array -ailed on Saturday lut with a
fall cargo of engar, molaasea, pnln and hide. It U
a fact worthy of notice that the Murray bat left thli
port regularly, daring the pet eighteen month
The bark Cambridge waa expected to IctTe a week
after the Montana, and will bring the following nialL
he will take her pUoe in the Iltwmiian Packet line
to San Francisco, and the Clara IL fcotll to TortUnd.
sC.fi. lUrtow held a aile jeiterday at the eUireof
II. Ilnckfeld k Co. for the purpose ff clewing con
signment. Good to -arriTB rx Wyllf& were also
offered. Price obtained fchow that onr market is
' "The brig Kamebamcha V Is at band from the
Guano Islands. She sails again with supplies and
laborers on Saturday.
The brig Blossom has ben sold to Foster A Co.
TcesEU to be XpiBtaiD- A new national law goes
into effect on and Tter Jnly 1st, that every rewel
registered, enrolled, or licensed, must be numbered,
.which number must be cut in the main-beam. Tbe
owners or masters must affix the official mark, the
number to be procured at the Custom-house, at their
-own xinet and an IaptUr's certificate that ft Is
properly and ourrrctly done, must be presented before
they can get their papers at the Cutw-boue. V.
X Terdict was given In Xew Turk In the case of the
Coutlncutal Hank aaiofet the Bank of the Common
wealtb, In favor of the latter. It seems to establish
the principle that any bank It made liable if Its pay
log tellet pronounce a check, or certification good,
even though tbe vhtck. or certification be a furgwry,
provided the bolder of the check acts upon the state
ment of the paring teller, aud thereby u&ers lots.
Tweuty-ia thousand oast-a, or 1500,000 pairs of
hoes Fere thlpjed from Xjnn during April. The
value of these shipments was nearly 2,tXu,OG0, aid
Hwastbetarget month's businw ever tratisacttl
at Lynn. The manufacturer are reported to beat
lmy as ever thin month in filling orders. Iioiton
The auanchtl letterif the TVmcx, from New York,
eayVof the u of steam In freighting, and Its rapid
The ocean carrying trade coutinues la a dull and
untatUfactory condition, a fact doe to our eatrmrly
faulty systrm of taxatiou, which U fast building a
Chinese 0 arvnitd American prudQctt, that fur
merly competed uecetufally with thoee of other na
tionq,Jo all tbe great markets of the world, aud to
the rapid growth f steam tone age. Now, if this
team tonnage were owned and controlled by oor
own countrymen, there nould be no particular rea
son torrpipv ntoca their earnings would go far to
ward! fertnizlngAmericau commerce ; but unfortun
ataly, of, Jhe sixty qdd steamers in the transatlantic
vernce, uotonelsowned lu this couutry. They are
all under foreign flags, and though they carry freight
cheap, they are .understood to be .making jnoney.
The -old American fwUfog packets hare nearly alt
bei-n forced out of the mce, aniln ajearor two
more these "old linen," once the pride and boast of
our mvrchaut marine, will be among the things that
The Katlonfct InBcmnce IComp&cr, of San Fran
cUco, gire hv follcmlng rcana for winding np their
It it tbe (wnBe of th Stockhclden here assembled
that the capital at prwent employed In the bmlnew
- of lnearance, on tbe rclllc Cotwt 1 largely fa ex
ceea of tmslnesa reqnirententi : that, in addition to
tbe ordinary aazarda cC the" tmilneas, tbe ntee of
isgarance now In xogno yield inadeqnate retunu for
tbe rjska. lDCarred;.jthat jtbe Tt-cent repeal of the
Deposit Law forbids all Lope of an early resumption
of beatby system of rates, while the "indiridaal li
aUtltj' Imposed .tpon Stockholder by onr Sute
Constitution endangers our prlrate meaus In case of
extenstr. conflagrations, to which this locality is es
This danger baa, forlbe last two years, beeneri
dent, and must lead either to the withdrawal of those
Companies which do business honestly, or sweeping
failures must occur among those which look to tbelr
own profits, rather than to the security of the insured.
I'ort or Honolulu, July 14. '"
July 8 Uaw bg KamehauichaT., Stone, 40 -days fm
cbr .Menuokawai. from liana.
& Schr Kato Lee. from Lahaina and Alakee's.
Schr Actlre, from Ooomea,
10 tkhr Odd llow, from Ililo.
11 Stmr Ktlanea, from windward ports.
Bcbr Mary Ellen, from IVaihee.
Schr Kamaile, from MolokaU . .. ,t
3 tcjir ilary trom Aoahela. ! I '
12 Am bk Clara K tutll. Brooks, 14 days from
e an Francisco. . . , . '
Scbr Kona jacket, from Kona. s
. ,chr Luka, from llanaleL , ,
13 Bchr Warwick, from MolokaL
(chr Hire, from Jlolokai. ' -
li Schr Kate Lee. from Lahaina.
Schr Prince, from Kona.
. Schr Yette, from Moloaa.
r8 Scbr.Tctlc, for Moloaa. '
rp Schr .Manuokawai, for liana.
Schr KamoL for Kahulul.
. Schr Miry, fur Hilo.
Schr Marilda, for Kawalhae.
11 Am bk D C Murray. .Bennett, for 3 Francisco
Schr' Kate Lee, for Lahaina and Makeea.
Schr Odd Fellow, for Hilo.
33 fechr Actlre, for Onomea.
Etr Kllauea, for wind ard ports.
chr Mary, for Anahola.
SchrKamaile, fur MolokaL' 31,
14 fehlLuka, for HanaleL
''Report from Baker's Xaland.
The followtng Is a list of resseis which had touched
and loaded gnauo at that Island.
1 ' aaairau.
March 0.' Prussian bark Wilhelm.
April 8. American bark Jeonle Prince.
April 25; llawaiian brig Kamchameba T.
April 25, American ship Kiug Fidher.
April IS; American 1rk Uattie O. Ilall.
(ysprll 2S; American ship WilliamWilcox.
April 23. British ship Lorh-na-gar, 1910 tons guano
April SI, Prussian bark Wilhelm, 430 tons guano.
May 17,' Am. bark Hattle O Hall, 760 tons guana
May 3, Am. bark Jennie Prince, 1500 tons guano.
Ma. 22, Hawaiian brig Kamehameha T.
For 8p Francisco, per D C Murray. July 11 John
lUmser, Mrs Ramsey. Mrs A D CartwrightMrs W
B Murray. Mrs C ll.lsey, Miss F llalsey, W T Erans,
C Kolte," Ahoy, M G urrey, Wm Pcin, Ceo trait.
From Sau Francisco, Ter Clara R Sutll, July 13
IT U Brede.
Per CUra It, Sutii Walker t Allen, Agents F A
SchaeferaVOo, John Paty. 11 -'I)imojid. OeoCSidero,
E UosVcblaeger A Co. O Spencer i Co, and agents.
, .For San Francisco, per D C Murray, July 11
Bananaa, lichs 50 Molasses, galls 37.C5S
Colce, lbs 803 Pulu, lbs 8,007
Hide?,, lbs fl,930 Sugar, 1U339,84
limes, bxs 3 I
Value domestic produce $30,300 S2
From Sin Francisco, per Clara B Satfl. July 13
Beer, cs 500
Coal Oil, cs 40
Cordage, pkgf 182
Crockery, pkgs V7
Dry goods, pkga 54
Glassware, bbls 9 "
llsms and Bacon, cs 4
Hardware, pkga 54
Iron, bars and bdls 238
Lime, bbls 100
iNallS, Vffi S3
tujaiu, DDU V
Salmon, bbls 150
Saddlery, cs 13
Shingles, M 100
boap, uxs aeu
T. r nVn M
iTurpenune, bxs 20
I Wooden ware, bxs 3
jCnspec'd mdse, pkgs 211
FRESH MILKLJRfSH mi
THE TJKDERSIONED, UAV-
,icg bought out the Stock and
Buatnasa.of Mrs. Johnstone, will continue to
supply daily, Fresh Milk, to both old and new
customers, promptly and regnlarly.
Oor new ostabUshmest being connected with
one of the most sxtensire cattle and dairy
farms on this ialasd, extra supplies of milk
can be furnished in any quantity, at short
notice, los com nespecuuliy toucitca.
34.1a - . HOLT i RATI.
P hates -of 'the'Moorffor'thTbonth'of July.
raxraao vt Artf cav'l stars.1
h. m, '
1VSS A. M.
- 3S3 A. II.
4th, Full Moon, w.
12th, Uit Quarttr,-.
19th, Kew y wm, .
Kith, Hrst Quarter
II. In. h. in.
1st, Son Rise,. ..S3 A.. SnnSets,... e r.
tb,eiloKiM,..4 28 -' gtm fU.. 42 '
1Sth,ganKW...5,31 " Son 6tM,... 41 '
ZM?Scra TOt;... -.5 it l?lilM S8 1
ith,lMinItis,...S-3e " Sun Sets,... 6 33 '
XnE D. C, Murray tajle'd on Satnrdaj rlth
tbe raalle, a full friJgbt and a few passengers.
We arc indebted to Bennett, of tbe Kews
Depot on Fort Street for'latc "papers by the
'Clara It SidO.
The Steamer Honlana may arrive to-day,
baring left San Francisco on tbe 3d, lnttead
Of tbe 4tb, as per time-table.
THE'new term of the poTernment English
Day Schools of this district trill commence
on Monday' Aug. Sd, 1S63.
TnE Assignees' sale at auction of the retail
stock of groceries, of S. Saridgc will be held
to-day at bis store on'Fort street
On Saturday evening next, at the auction'
rooms of E. P. Adams, will be sold, a lot of
Japanese goods.the best erer.'bronght to
this market See advertisement i
Scddes Death. On Friday last Mr. John
Welsh died suddenly from hemorrhage. He
has long been running down with disease of
the lnngs, but was able to be about bis work
up to the occurrence of tbe bleeding. The
deceased was a native of Canada, but for
many years has been attached to tbe bonse
liold of Her Majesty Queen Emma, as a con
fidential and bead servant. To this position
be has 'shown such' adaptation in manner
and fidelity, as not only to secure the long
continued favor of tbe Queen, but commend
bimtclf to the good opinion of the public as
a man faithful to bis calling. Be was "buried
last Sunday afternoon, the Tire Department
attending tbe funeral, he baring been a mem
ber of "Mechanic;'. Engine Co.,Xo. 2:
. Counr News. On .Monday, at 12 o'clock,
at lolanl "Palace, His Majesty rcceivid Itev.
H. 1L Parker, to accept at his. hands the
"richly bound copy of the new Hawaiian
Bible, lately issued from the press of Ihe
American Bible Society. The inscription on
the- cover, in gilt letters, Is : 1
HIS MAJJISTT ' KAMEHAMEHA Vf
Ih-csentcd ,by ,,
TIIE AMERICAN BIBLE 60CIETT,
New Tprk, 1803.
The book was accompanied by a dedica
tory letter from the. Commltte of the Ha
waiian Evangelical Board, to which His
Majesty has been pleased. to reply, in accept
ing this graceful gift of the Society.
Scfbeme Cot'BTi Jclt Tebm, 1SC8. The
Court has disposed of the following cases .-
Rex vs. 'Lonobiwa Perjury. The prisoner
was indicted for perjury committed in the
Supreme Court, last term, in the-trial or Kc
akui for forgery. Verdict, guilty; sentenced
to 3 years imprisonment at Tiard labor.
Tbe Attorney-General for the Crown.
: j.MjKanlhinaior the prisoner. . .
Rex vs, Keoki House-breaking. Prisoner
Indicted for breaking aud entering the store
house of W. Suninor. Verdict, guilty; sen
tenced to 6 months' .imprisonment at bard
' The Attorney-General for the' Crown.
Mr. Thompson for tbe prisoner.
Rex YS.-'R"aanaua Murder. Prisoner in
dicted for the murder of Poaliao, aLKahaiuu,
Kooiaupoko, Oaiiu, on tbe 10th of April,
1868. Pleaded guilty -of manslaughter In tbe
second degree; sentenced to 10 years' im
prisonment at hard labor.
Tbe Attorney-General forhe Crown.
Messrs. Keawebunala and Mabclona for
Rex. ts. George. W, Kinney 'Euibezzl?
mcnt The prisoner was ,indictcd for em
bezzlement of tbe schooner Ticllie JferrOL
Verdict guilty of an intent to embezzle, and
recommended to the mercy of the Court.
' Tbe Attorney-General for tbe Crown.
Mr. Stanley for the prisoner.
Mcrdeuous Pbactjce. A great deal has
been written, preached, and talked, about
the evils resulting to the Hawaiian race from
the practices of the native Kahunas, or Doc
tors, but the-half has not been told; and tbe
community generally are in utter ignorance
of the magnitude of the evil, and the'deadly
results. Many years ago, it was doubtless
true that the' Kahunas-nd tbe profession
was theq limited to -pertain famllics-rwere
possessed of considerable skill In the treat
ment of (ncli simple disorders as were then
found among the people, using as remedies
the herbs and plants indigenous to the soiL
But with the advent of the foreigner, and the
complete revolution which followed In the so
cial condition of the people, the old race of Ka
hunas disappeared, and with them the knowl
edge of the simples they used in practice.
In their place 1ms sprung up a set of most
arrant charlatans, Ignorant but cunning pre
tenders, who, taking advantage of the lin
gering tendency to the old superstitions still
existing among tbe people, arc preying upon
their substance and destroying their llves
the latter at a fearful rate. One dav last
week, and old sinner named Kahanle was
tried In the Police Court nnder tbe recently
enacted statute "For the establishment of
a Hawaiian Board of Health," and fined
one hundred dollars for practicing med
icine without a license. Bnt the 'doubt
ful part of the case was, that after going
through with some mnmmcry over a baked
pig and a bowl of awa, he administered to a
little child two years old, a dose of some
sort of liquid, which almost Immediately
produced spasms. Ho then proceeded to
drench tbe child with cold water, andln.a
few minutes, after the little one bad taken
the .medicine, it was still In death, .having
bnly half an hour before been qnito lively,
Bccmlnglyt troubled with merely a cough.
In default. of paying the fine, the wretched
old Kahuna was committed to prison to
work It out. It is a pity that be could not
have peen punished for manslaughter, to
which bis offense in reality amounted.
The Fifty-third Regiment has been ordered
to leave London on tbe 15th, for Quebec
.BpjFALO, June IStb. Reports from Caua
da'bavinggalned circulation to' the effect that
the Fenians are concentrating at this point
fora raid on tbe neighboring province, It Is
proper to contradict such -statements. No
unusual feathering of Fenians has occurred
hero, and it is-not believed that there tea
single member of the organization here, out
side of tbe" citizens of Buffalo. The sen
sational reports probably briginated with
Canadian speculators Interested In contracts
.... ualcer'a Island. '
. An Eastern newspaper some months since,
in commenting upon the purchase of Alaska,
put down one of the rocky islets off .Its
coast as the most western limit of the terri
tory of the United States. The paper was
in error, that bit of barren worthless rock
Is thirty degress short, of other more valua
ble possessions, over which the American
flag waves and on which American capital
la being expended, to bring forth wealth,
and add to tbe products of commerce.
Uowland's Island in Long; 17C.S0 west, with
Baker's 17G.22 and other guano islands 'a
little to the eastward of It are really tbe
most western limit of the United States.
Baker's Island, under tbe management of
the American Guano Company, is proving
itself, of jio small importance to tbe world,
and its list of ships arriving and departing,
togelher with tbe men and means there
employed to procure and distribute its pro
ducts make no small figure in ocean trans
portation. The frequent arrival here of
ships, on their way to the island, chartered
from the most distant ports, as well as near
ones, tbe agency being established in Hono
lulu, brings to our notice often the progress
And deveiopement of the guano trade and
the details of its management. Not long
since, the JvanJioe from Aden, touched, here
tn her way to Baker's, having made the
circuit of more than half the world, to get
a cargo from an island not many years since,
'almost unknown and esteemed valueless.
From the east and the west ships arc head
ing for tbe island, to load with paying
The guano deposit on Baker's is being
worked with great activity, a large amount
being under contract for delivery In England.
On the island itself are ten white persons,
with one hundred Hawalians engaged in
digging np tbe deposit and delivering It on
board tbe vessels. It ,1s found in a dry
lagoon in the center of the island, whence
In cars on a tram way about a mile, it is
carried to the beach, and deposited for dryc
lng and shipment. A short wharf, runs out
on the reef, where the guano is bagged, and
carried to the scows which come as near as
possible, through the surf, and It Is then .
lightered off to the vessels.
The island is not in' a rainless" locality,
and tbcj;uauo must In tbe wlntcr'scason
he dried, to rid it of an excess of moisture
above 15 per cent. A close analysis is made
of every lot ready .for shipment, and tbe
records of the work, show that tbe average
does not exceed 13 per cent. The Cblnrba
Island averages 10 per cent The drying is
perhaps one of the most expensive parts of
procuring the guano. To supply these men
"on Baker's, for there is neither food or fresh
water on the island, tbe brig Kamthamdia, Y.
runs regularly with supplies from Honolulu,
making .fire round trips for the year.
The arrival or the brig last Thursday, put
ns in possession of a report ol the shipments
up to May 28th and the experience or the
four or five vessels, which left here for
Baker's, during the spring months. 'The
clippers Sing IWitr and Hm. iYilcox had
arrived before tbe departure or tbe brig, .the
Scioto left here .Jnno 30th, and four other
ships are .en route from other parts of the
world for cargoes. The Xot 'Wester is load
ing at McKean's ; with the 1 Dorado shortly
The Kamtliamelia V., brings a most favor
able report of the ships loading there and
Ihe experience or tbe Loeh-na-Oarr, with
that of those which followed, sho ws that .the
seasons must be regarded. The ship arrived
at Baker's about tbe middle of January, but
was not able to get her cargo on board" and
leave until April 23d. Of these three months
detention blxty days were spent' in laying
off and on, and thirty days only loading.
The lOM'c'm? Uattie O. ZToH ahd Jennie
,Prince, which arrived from March 0th to
April 2Stb met with no detention from
weather, bnt completed their cargoes in
turn, as fast as the facilities for loading
The report shows that 4,000 tons of guano
were shipped from the Island from April 23d
to May 28th. The Loclt-na-Ga'rr took 1,910
tons ; the WUtetm 430 tons, put on board in
six days; tbe JIailit O. IlaU, 7C0 tons In
-seven days, and the Jennie Ihinct, 1500 touB
in eleven days, .The dispatch used in getting
these cargoes on board, speaks well for the
energy and system of those In charge of tbe
In the winter months, despite the well laid
moorings, and tbe vigilance of ship masters,
accident may occur to shipping laying there,
but tbe danger is not so great, as tbe loss of
time incurred from tbe necessity of slipping,
tola; off and on, or the violence of the surf
In preventing the work of, loading. All the
accidents and delays, which bave occurred
are embraced In the stormy 'months, while
from March to November neither tbe sea
nor the winds offer any obstacles to speedy
With regard to the safety of loading, wo
clip the following card from a "Liverpool
paper; - '
C S. Marshall, President f the American
I tyuaHO KAmipany, iew iqtk.
Dear Sir: Ve,.tiie undersigned shipmas
I ters, having recently made succtssful voyages
to Baker island, would state, lortnc Dene
fit of shipowners who are mutually Interest
ed In the success of yonr enterprise, that
sbips are not required to expend a shilling
at tbe island, and that for ships properly
officered and manned and fitted with the
customary and lawful tackle there is, in our
opinion, no special cause for casualties at
the island, la proof of which, we are quite
willing to return there whenever occasion
requires. Respectfully yours,
Jobs TiiEARii, Mastership Ivanhoe,
J, N. Brows, Master Ship Kenilwortb.
David Griffiths, Master Bark Garstang.,
IV. D. Laws, Master Ship Sea Chief.
A. N. Dcsbab,
Late Master Ship Josiah Bradlec.
Having been at Baker's Island and seen
the accommodation for loading ships, as
well as my experience in those latitudes as a
shipmaster, 1 am able to corroborate tbe
above statement of Captains Thearie, Brown,
Griffiths, Laws, and Dunbar.
P. Vf. Pexualxow,
Agent for Boston-Underwriters.
Licenses Expiring in July, 1868.
n KTAII., Honolulu July 1st, nyman t Phil-
JLSS, ups,&in li, MB An 10, i&m An uu, ina
Chung lloon, ltlh T W Wairen, 22d, Ahlnau,31 W
Byan, 1st Ah LU 4 Co, 2nd Ah Man, 13th D N Flltner.
WaialuvOlhu 26th AhWaa. Heeia 15th Ah Tung.
Waibee.Maul-IstTmrblU. L!ana-30thF J.Steele.
10th S Eanakaole Co. Kailua, Hawaii d Chun
Tuck, 22d D Montgomery.- Waimea 3d Grazing- Co.,
ililc a)lh JDWUI,axhCniVetmore. Waiobinu
6th Kawaa, Kalalkoa t Co. Eoloa, Kauai 23d A
WHOLESALE Honolulu. Oahu 1st Hrman and
Phillips, 8th i Savidge, 1st Walker Allen, lit T H
navies, ocl ad un. -Stoioajj.
WHOLES ALU SPIRIT Honolulu 1st T HDaTies.
TICTTJALLING Honolulu 31st Ah Luas. Hilo,
Hawaii, 17th n-
rLAXTATIOS Hana, Maul 15th EanhL UHo,
Hawaii-IStb Tucker t Waller. . '
nORSE Honolulu, Oahu 3d Eaaukcu, No 6, 31st
NoalNotm. 3Ut Hakue.NoS. ...
BOAT Honolulu 17th J KailL lat J Baker, La-
tuuna. - rv
nmiMikii Tjhsbia Mini 3E1 Ealaaaka. '
MLilAEDS-tHonolulu, Oahntb, Kolte 1 Kro
.birth:. ; J"V
In nonoluln, on Monday. 13th lnttlswlfe of
IL B. M- Commissioner and Consul Genoral, of a son.
At Pukoo, Molokal, on Saturday, 4th Inst, Lb wife
of T. E. Cooke, of a son.
In Honolulu, on Sunday, 12th Inst., the- wife of J.
. Bush, of a daughter.
Possoji In Honolulu, at the Queen's Hospital.
Jnne 24 th, J. Fosaon, aged 43 years. He waa a native
of eVhoharle, New Tork, and had redded here several
J!" . . .
ULUS in ltonoiOiU,oa snuaj, duty inu, eau
Welsh, of hemorrhage of the lunrt. A native of
CHANGE OF PBOQBAMME!
On Monday Evening,
July SOlli, 1868, v
Mr. C. B. PLUMMER
HIS SECOND ENTERTAINMENT!
At-the above named place and time.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS,
SCO FT-g-rjet .ty-1 -m r
Dress Circle and Parquette- ...0no Dollar
Children ;....Half Price
-Pit .,.........., . Fifty Cents
A SMALL LOT of the Celebrated
UASSIXGER HAMS, SN0ULDEKS,
and DAC0X, packed expressly for this mar
ket. For sale by
CHAS. s. SPEXCEK A CO.
MANILA COED AGE I
JUST RECEIVED, an Invoice of
Manila Cordage, assarted aizea.
or aale by
2C-6t CHAS. If. SPEXCER A- CO.
!E Xj TJ 1VI 33 S3 3Et ,
HAS OPESED HIS SHOP ON KING
Street, nextdeorto liorn'a Confection
ary "Ehop, and offers his cervices in all branch
es of Plumbing. All Jobs will hereafter be
executed with promptness and in a thorough
A CURE F0RJ.HE BLIGHT!
THE UNDERSIQNED JIAV
ing discovered a cure for this
Scourge on our Fruit Trees and
Plants, offers- the same to parties
whose plants are affected with the Blight.
For further Particulars, enquire of
Seville's P. 0
Sorth Kona, July 8th, 1868. 26-lm
ALL, PEUSONS hrc liercby floti
fied not to trust my wife, Jlafy Panco
hua, on my account, she having left my bed
and board without just cause or provocation.
Waipa, Kauai, June 21, 1863, 26-3t
THE UNDERSIGNED TOK3IED
a Partnership on July lth, 186S, and will
carry on the business of MERCHANT TAIL
ORS, under the natneef FISCHER A ROTH,
at the old stand on Fort Street.
H. FISCHER, .
N. B. All business dating previous to July
4, will be settled by Mr.. Fischer.
Honolulu', Jolj 15, 1868. 26-3t
Will Receive per Steamer
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF ' "
Ladies Hoop Skirts,
AND A VARIERY OF
AT MRS. BLACK'S,
Not by Boz, but by Fos.
TnE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO WOTIFT
his friends and the public generally, that
he has now on hand a good .assortment of
Groceries, Dry GoAds, Crockerv. Tobacco and
Cigars, and the most heterogoqeous collection
6T articles crer gathered together in one store,
and which, from being purchased low will be
sold accordingly. Families will be supplied
cheap.. Orders from the other Islands will be
carefully attended to and filled at prices cover
ing a hare commission.
A completo. assortment of Garden Seeds,
both Vegetable and Flower, alrr'ajs on band.
Sage, Mint, Tbymc, Summer Savory, Parsley,
and Horseradish Roots constantly on hand.
IiooK-KtErl.vG on moderato terms, and
taught for a small remuneration.
D6 not forget to. give- the Old Curiosity
Shop a call, rs bargains rarely met irith else
where are to be found, H. F0SBR00K,
The Old Curiosity Kbop, Fort Street,
26-lm Opposite Gov't Offices.
REAL ESTATEJN HONOLULU!
BY ORDER OF THE
Assignees of the estate ffj ,
of Samuel Saridge, will
bo sold at Public Anc-jjBBQ
tjon. on SATURDAY, the. 1st day or August,
1868. on the Premises, at 12 o'clock noon, tho
premises on Fort Street, Honolulu, directly
makai of the Fort Street Church, and at pres
ent occupied by Samuel Savidge. Thero is a
fine dwelling house- on the premises, contain
ing six rooms, and a good cottage containing
ivo rooms, and the. necessary outbuildings,
the whole forming a very desirable residence.
The lot contains one-third of an acre ; Title
fee simple. For further particulars, apply to
C. 8. BARTOW,
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
MAY BE SEEN TIIE VIEWS TAKEN
Late Lava Flow at Kahuku !
And the Effects of the Late
Earthquake at AVIoltinu, Kan.
Also VIEWS OF KILAUEA and other
places. Cards cf the Kings, Queens, Chiefs,
etc, all for sale at Loir Prices. Also, Oval
Frames of ail sizes, and s few Square Frames,
which will be sold cheap.'
H. L. CHASE.
For Hilo and Jnpmea, Hawaii.
Will ran as a regular packet to the above
ports. For freight or passage apply to
ll-3a WALKER & ALLEN, Agents.
TO THE LADIES
Honolulu, and Adjoining Islands!
I AM RECEIVING IIEGTJLAIILT
From SAN-FRANCISCO, all ths fewest
Styles in Millinery Goods, such as
AND HAT FRAMES,
RIBBONS, WREATHS, &,
lndlcs' tfedalldrea'ti Hosiery,
JiiItei-x, Slippers, Shoe,
liu Iih oral Croqnct'Sklrts,
Uoop Skirts), etc., etc., etc.
SILK GIRDLES & TABsttj; of T.T. COLORS,
Together with a Large Variety of Fancy
and other Goods.
All Orders from tile Otlier Ialamd
Promptly Attended to.
SIRS. J. II. ItlaACK,
A Stove that is a Stove!
A FEW MORE LEFT, OF
those Celebrated Premium stoves,
" TROPIC," "PEERLESS," and
" ELDORADO," with orwithout ex
tension. Pleaso call, and examine, at
2S- Corner of Fort A Merchant StJ.
FOR RENT I
en, THE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE
Son Richards' Street, Honolulu, latelyScf
occupied by R. Sterling, Esq. Apply to
zs- A. jr. J uui).
WANTED TO PURCHASE!
SMALL LOT AND HOUSE, INxn
ror near Honolulu. Apply to wH
C. S. BARTOW,
25-tf Com'n Agent.
THE UNDERSIGNED,. EXECUTORS OF
tbe Will.of John P. Parker, late of Ham
akua. Island of Hawaii, deceased, hereby no
tify all persons having claims against tho Es
tate or tbe- saia John 1. 1'arKcr, to present
the ssme, and those indebted to ho Estate
are requested io make immediate payment. '
' . L. LYONS,
. Executors of the Will of John P. Parker.
.Uamakua, June 19, 1868. 21
TO BE SOLD.
A PONY, CARRIAGE. AND
HARNESS, complete. The Horse haa
been driven by a lady, and is free from vice.
ALSO A SADDLE HORSE, perfectly quiet,
and a good pacer. Inquire at tho
24-tf REGISTRY OFFICE:
THE UNDERSIGNED, intending
to leave this Kingdom, hereby requests
all persons indebted to him to make immedi
ate payment, and those having claims against
him' will please present tho saino for settle
ment, tai-tf C. f J.ED. PFLUQER.
Gr. Wilhelm, Baker,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, RES
pcctfully informs his Customers and the
Puhliogeneralif, that ho has removed his Ba
kery from tbe corner of Hotel and Maunakea
Streets, to Hotel Street, near the American
TER "CHINA PACKET!"
Manila Oig-0?i9 !
FOR SALE RY
AIIAIVA & CO.,
PER ROB'T CO'AN, FINE ,RED
.SALMON, from Frazer River,
100 Pounds White Cloycr Seed!
17 THE0. H..DAVIES. '
HONOLULU IH0fj WORKS CO..
Wrought & Cast Iron Kettles
0"N HAND AND MADE TO ORDER, OF
the ReEt Material and Workmanship,
Every Description of '
Steam and Water Cocks,
Valves, fluage Cocks,
Steam Gauges 4 Injectors,
Piping Elbows, Tecs,
India Rubber Packing,
All Kinds of Brass Work IVeat
BEST BAR IRON
On band and for sale, at lowest market prices
Overshot, Turbine, Centre D!s
AND ALL OTHER KINDS OF
'av i"bo27 wneels,
Made of either Iron or Wood, calculations
for which wilt be made on receiving tho par
ticulars of Volume, Head, and Fall of' Water,
in any desired locality. One, of our Centre
Disch.vge Wheels may be seen at the Kaue
ohe Plantatjon.'Vrbere it U in full operation
and giving entire satisfaction.
'f 1 reT-TVrrTiTif,
OF ALL SIZES AND DESCRIPTIONS', '
With Pumps, Made and adapted' to any place
Wool, Pulu, Cotton SOU Presses
Made of any Sue and Strength,
Combininsr all tbe Latest Iwprovementj.
and composed of the Best Materials. One of
onr Wool Presses is giving entire satisfaction
on the extensive Ranch of 'Hessn. J. k P.
Sinclair, Island of Niihaa, who may be eos?
salted with regard to particulars. 13-3m
riBy C8. BARTOW.
Retail Crbceryi Stock!
WEDNESDAY, JULY 15,
AT 10 O'CLOCK1, A. M.,
By order of the Assignees of the Estate of
;31r. Samuel Savidsrc,
Will be sold at Public Auction, the. entire
Stock of said-Grocery? Store,
Consisting partljrbf a -variety of
Sances, Bottled Pie 'Pniits', Spices of great va
riety. Cream of Tartar, 'Soda, Saleratns, Mao
caroni. Vermicelli. Boxes of Sardines, Chut
ney , Chocolate, Boxes of .Prunes, Gelatin,
Tins of Fruit, snch as apples blackberries,,
peaches. Tins of Lobsters, Oysters, Spiced
Oysters, Green Corn, Peas, Mince Meat, Sausn
age Meat, Beef, Chicken, Turkey; 'and Vego-"
tables, Westphalia Hams, Candles, Rice, Kona
Coffee, Barley, Matchesjs?Demijohni of Vine
gar, Jams and Jellies, Japan, Qolong and oth
er varieties of Tea, Kegs of Sugar, Dried Ap
ples, Extracts, an assortment or Crackers,
Bottles of ' Pickles.'Bagf of Oata, Bran and
Corn, Tobacco and Cigars,
aud numerous oilier articles,
which wQl be offered in lota to suit dealers.
Terms at Sale.
5 TT JEL 1ST 1 07 TJJEL E2
AT AUCTIOIV I
ON THURSDAY, JULY 16th,
AT 10 OTLOOK, A. M., AT THE
Residence of Sirs. Jobnstoue,
Alakea St., opposite ther llawaiian Theater,
WILL BE SOLD
At Public Auctions Superior
Mahorany Centre Table,
Hair Cloth Sofa. Hair Cloth Chairs,
Sofa Bedstead, Cane Seat Chain,
Large. Koa Sideboard,
Book Case and Books,
Carpet, Bedsteads, "
Hair Mattraiies, Feather Pillows,
Bedding, Bureau, Lookinglass,
Glass and Crockery ware,
1 Piano Forte, JEolian Attachment 1
Lady's. Elegant Work Table.
Jbsten issvtd precious io' tale.'
On Thursday, July 23,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M., ,
WILL. BE SOLD,
A VARIETY OF MERCHANDISE!
WE AKE PREPARED TO FUK
nish Fire-Wood of the Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Keneieau at onr Landing,
near Hilo Day, in quantities to suit.
HITCHCOCK A BROTHER, ,
F6r further particulars, enquire of
Castle -l Cooke, Agents. 17-tf
HOOP IRON, i ,.
gheet Zincy r ,-j
' Sheet .Lead, n , 1
Bahca Tin,"! . ' '
I 11 Wrought 'Iron Nails;
For sale by ' "' 1
F. A SCHAEFBR A CO.
Oolong, PoucKong. Tea,' ;
u 5 and 33 1-3, pound boxes,
Canton Matting, 1 by 1,
Camphor Wood Trunks,
.For sale by
F. A-SCHAEFER A CO.
: BLUE FLANNEL,
JLACK &. BLUE BKOADCLOTU,
Fancy. Cassimeres, r.
1 , - Black A Colored Alpacas,
Linen A Cotton Listadors,
' Cotton Pant Stuff,' ''
-' J 1 " 1 Grey Drills ,t'
7 . Silk-Barege, .
.Whitejnd Blue Sewing Cotton, ,1 f .. .
Bunting, assorted colors, :
Osnabrneks;-. ' "
' Black SUk Velvet,
F. A. SCHAEFER A'CO.
- ' ' ft '
BLUE PILOT JACKETS,
LDE SEKGE DRAWERS, ,
" 'Cotton Pants,
. r, .... ... Cotton Shirts,
Hickory Shirts,f i ' . ,
Regatta Shirts. ....
' Berlin Wool, assorted.
Fancy Silk 'Ribbons,
For rale by
v F. A SCHAEFER A CO
German & Havana Cigars,
Deck Glasses,. -- .
Lamp Chimneys, ' '
. ' ' 'r Goblets,
For sale by
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
WINDOW GLASS, ,
TJltramarine, in balls and powdered,
Ladies' Side Saddles, '
- 'Regulator Clacks,
' " Ac, Ac, 'Ac
For sale by ' '
Tt A'. SCHAEFER A. CO.
. 1 , - -Jff " c .
Safari or Bargondy Wise, ,. ,
For sale by , , . . Vv 2
21-lHi F. A. SCHAEFER t CO. .
' On Triday, July' lk,.
AT W d"0t0CK, A. Jt.,
Eegular Saleref Dry'iMUr,
Groceries Hats and Caps,.
Boots and Shees, Ctotfeteg,
Crocfcwtjf ) Jiafctssfrcsf,.
EVENINQ AUCTION 1MJC
- - OF rri mi !jtnt
Very Choice Az BleffaalT
JAPANESE GOODt !
Saturday Even'gv July II,
At 7 o'clock, at Salesroom, will be told,
A- urn all farolM of vrrv finst Tannnara tiessaW.
. j . mw v. a
One Superior Bronte ,Vtt-rr9flTr ieiasd.
One Very- Superior Satrama Ware YV
OneTJronio DragorrBojc Gold Used,
Bronze Bracket Pieces,
One very choice Tortoise-Shell Box,
Largc.xound Lacquered Boies, ,
One Oobinet Ivory has relief, JT $
Cabinets Silk lined. . ' I
a 'Cabinet Rosewood Used, -S-n
. . t . nt ri T
uoiu, xjacqucrcu xray s, 11 riuBg jsvava
One Oldllialo Lice Box,
Dne Hd"y!P-vei7, rarei 1 ?
.EhatrlDoiei, LacaBoios, . s -.
Cuprandaucers,.Card. Receiver!, '
Trays, Glove Boxes, Smoking Cabinets,
Inlaid Plates,Antiquj Pitchers; etc.', etc. ,
.Goods ready for Inspection Saturtlaj'
1 mnnilnir'at III nVtiwb.
, FOR SALE. -c
PIANOS, 'PIASffOS, '
OnlyThree More Lift.
Patent Agraffe Style,
e- . n i n ' .Ts
ly for a Trscieai CUmae The
'best toned. InstrumeBtsrevtrjisa-
ported. These Instruments are acknowledged
jy the. greatest Artist", at. .the lastParis Sx,
position, as the host Upright PianHhat:ft
12-tf - WM. FISCHER.
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comsiete .fixings, waj-fanUd jnew! j and
with alt the latest improvements, to fie had at
n low figure at .1..
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