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Every "Wednesday Morning,
AT $6JM FEX A5XOI.
Xallcel to Fstrels. ST-OO.
Omcs Oa Meichsat street, -"rest o
te Post OSet, HocoWa. H. I-
-prt:.! i rfc&iei sy J" 3Ztt Sxrr. t the
Gmnaal Xratae 02c.. t whom S fcearaes
BUSINESS NOTICES.
JBHX X. W.VTEKHBrSE. j
ASD TrlT"r 15 KFSKHM. i
3EEZCH&5EIS5, j
2 Qn arret. Ilcoorcls. H. L 1? ;
j. a. bicksos,
Isjcrter. aTacdtjala sal Stall Dealer j
lalAaaadsten'sirsrXsieffeK. Feet Ear aod i
S 3UnmStraa.HJoig.H.I, fly
W. I CREEJ(. j
OUa la. Tztrxf R-t'siiVr, n Qua Street.
-si njA n. i. Tjf
CHAS. SPESCER Jfc CO.,
itKsn.s.T. COHXESSIOS XE2CEASTS,
Qocea Street, BanaUIa. H. L Cly j
McCOLGAS Jt JeHSSO.X.
MERCHANT TAILORS,
1 fart sz.. Ikmia. o?fo T. C EraA's. lyt j
C. E. ATttLIAMS, I
XASTTFACnrSZH, rHPOSIZE & TTTAT.T?.
IarcrsKxriff tttj AxcriftMn. Tsxn&are Ware-,
JamaF.n.Scroc,cffuBt .""h -Taotcearo.
.Kreit. near "fort. airs from Cst ether
CI triaaJs praoptry attcoO'ea to. lyS
nr. bestoexx.
SOOT ASD SHOE VftKER.
rp Bar Street, mi! to the Beth!. Hccufcra. lyS
"H. X. DOSAEXL, ,'
CABLaTr ASD TZPH0LSTE2T2, ,
52aj ?rrC, H-oooiali, O9to LrT &xr SVp- ;
; TnbaraplMttKLlrtTiiKtrMMtarT. Tj
JOXS TTZUTS. TOS- sosxssox. '
TIBBETS 3c SORESSOX.
SHIP CAEPESTESS & C AUIKESS
At S. rater k Co'i Old Saa.
XHEO. II- DA.11ES,
Liti Jixax. Gtns a Cj. ;
IX70SI & COJQOSSIOS" HZECEA5T, '
AxaiszTrrat
LSvrfi ai tb Iiraxwt CaJcrwritcra.
Scrthtta iiR-iaa CMgar-
iiY3Lvrv hkotiu:k.s.
rSCPOSIESS ASD TTEOLESALZ DEALEES
la rIdsiU CJtrtilax. Hits- Ci, Ejoo,
Skt'i Ttrrf Xcrctut Strut, Iljnalala.
J. S. VXtXES. . C IT.tTII.
1V.U.KEK Jc JLXX.EA, I
SKlfPISG ft C0X3OS5I05 KE3CHA5TS,
U CtattrBonolala.H.I. ,
i. i TOKiiEirr.
DEALER 15 LU3CEES ASD ETESY EE5D (
OF iraHEG yTTTAT. ;
IS Orm Cnr Qra aod Tort ttrnta. Ijt
BOLLES .V CO., I
8UT? CEA5DLEES ASD C0X3OSSI0S
3ESCHA5T3,
Own Street, Hanoixla. Partkalar attratloa pail
totaapBrsnajaaBdaalafif IlavaCaa Pralaca. i
ixrxas it rcsxtvios tv ;
CLB&bardiaCa, IHIIaca&MaOi. i
CSrmraOo, IC L Klcharii a Co,
C C Yatenaaa Ixf, Qut i Cuuka, t-lyt
IRA JiICII,VKISO.
rttrOEXEE & DEALEE XS BOOTS, SHOES,
Aad Gatlaia' Taraiiaiaf Gouii, coraer of T art
tat Jltccaaat ctrrra, Hoootalx. Hjt
EDH O JO.-YKS,
GROCER ASD SHIP CHA5BLER,
JaJlalna, 31 aah
SCoorr aad Brcit faraiad ta Safra oa ti zrat
I9j ftTOrabU Ima Iy4 ,
CHC9G HOO'.
Cciirisi X-reiiit via Gesenl Agtrt,
Iopcrtxr of Tea aad otaer Cba aad Ferria ,
Goodf. TTboia Diabr la HavaQaa Prodaee, aad ,
Arsat jrta raaaaa aad Anaasla Sasar Pbata
tiinA. Ftrvnof Stan ca 'aaaaa rtrecc. beiirr 1
gag. g-ljt j
AI'OSG Sc ACIIt'CK. !
Izpertcn, 'Wheluila aii Ettifl Dealers
la Geaeral Xerchaadlaa aad Qiaa Ooodf, in t
Tln-proofJUracaSaaacaStrMt.vaidrtarabIx '
Hatt. C-ljl !
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Dealer ii Sedvscd. aad Sert2tTest Iler, '
Eoiasbs, Pocn, rubea, Kiaja, XaSa, Faiaa. etc.
MI
asauouKaaai
i the Iplaaade. ly(
r. A. SCHAEFER Jc CO.,
C0MMI9SI0S' KERCH ASTS,
38 Boooiain,- Oabc. IL L lys j
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO., j
DCPOSXEBS ft C0X3tlSI05XE2CEA5TS !
I TT, (Mi-. H, r. flyt
THEODORE C HEECE,
TJCFS3XE2 & COVJOSfilOX 3CXEXHAST.
1-1 TlVmotrfrr. Qata. g. Z 3y
M. HACKFELD Sc CO.,
GESBKAI. COXXISSIOS AGESTS.
S-rj teeen Street, ncoulxla, H. I, iy
TKE TOM MOORE TAVEBX,
itT J. O'.A IEUL,
Comer cf Kiaraml Fort Streets. lyl
CHACTCET C- BrTWETT,
BiALEE DT 5EWS7AFE56, XAGAZTSES,
" And Prrtniin;,, Fart Street, Hcootarx 13-lyl
X. r. ESIXaS. A. JUCZX.
J. F. ERXERS Sc. CO..
BSALZS6 IS DST GOODS ASD GEarKT,
JfXECHASDISE,
lire-croof Store am Fort Street, abora Odd FeOows'
uau. .-ty
K. r. ADAWS. S. C.WTL3EK.
A9AXS Sc. flLDEK,
ATICTIOS MKStXSEIOS XEECHASTS
STj Qjceea Street, llegcsala, H. r. fly
C S. BARTOW,
A II PTIfl N F F W
Sslesrwea ca Cfaeea Street, door from Esaia-
JSRT ft. PATY,
' Saeajy. PaUae aai CsazUeiiser of Deeds
For tie . of Clilirais. Oficesl taeBaak U
jainnpaua, nasnr-naa srrset, LUcciara. 2-ly
H. A. WIE3CAX?r,
M.OTAKY PUBLIC,
ijwkeatttlaterfar lVparCneBt. Pit
X- JPr XI GHES,
Of rat ktaaW sfwafiiy. Carr&u trinrfer dVw
wMntniiail n I eViri h. AU cr4r aexopt-
! to, Corser cf Fort aad sfatel
IB" - Strsets, Hocotaaa. lyl
S. GKEVKAtTC Ac
i ASB "WWKSUIZ aeSALESs
Ia F.ii4. CJcIiiej. Usa, Cifs, iioes.
-..-7 3sysaeHTiieaea'SecTgrxraBiaf
;6Vsd. m s Meat, taasea Street
H.I.
HAWAIIAN
VOL. Y--NO. 9 J
: BUSINESS NOTICES.
nxxjux rstt- s- x. r. pin
C liKEWKB A: CO..
SKIRTING ASP
COMMISSION" MEE CHANTS,
UOSOLCl.r, H. I.
AGEVTS Of tno BwIm ud Uaaolala
Fxktl Line.
ACESTS-K tne XkR, Walluku at
Uauw PtantatScms
AGEXXS For UK Purcnaecr txl Sale of
Island Prod nor. S-lyt
E. S. FUGG,
CIVIL ESGISXEE ASD SUKVEXOE.
Jjnuo ft-Oa Box Xa. S; Hmotcta. (2-te
' F. A. SCIIAKFEK.
ACKXT far tar BKEXEX BOARD
Arrat fx tVntlM &nri ef CiV-rrittn,
Arm tir Ji Tfcoo &1 at raknriiav
G. IV. AOIIXO.A ,
COOPEE AND GrAITGEE,
At ti 5iv Stiid oz lis Eip'itig.
wainpniDoaiuuKnau "
at ti.5kopitttli Castcm lbaa. wter o na
W trol at ill vwUa? boara. H bu oa luual
aad fjr so. -XI Cws aaJ ima f titfVcvat iiir.
mad muMl ta pv catifiictkci. AU kia& of
Cucptftaf MitfflaU a&l TtvU ix lair.
i'. II. a. SEGEUIiE-A".
ITS', ZTSC A2tB COPPEE S3HTHS,
ASD bw vtrr IEOS "WOEEXSS,
Ssas3 Street, betsrcz Xerehaat t Qseez.
Kif cocstaatlr ca Kia t. StoriM. Pip. Gii-
mizvd Xroa Fit. Ptua aod 11 w Etbla.
Sl-cccka India Eattr K tt S-rtr.
B(tairSaadMtKt.a-:thcocpItesi
Tf?!a rtrecvaclW. Eata-TaK alala
Twy Iupi: of TIavane cf erery ttracrifticn.
ranaccjar aimooa pTntotatp-woct wwn,
CvataUtr Istsadj wQt be nr taltT attalAi to. !
Thintfal ta tip Cltimu of Coah aad tb I
IfUaif rtaeaSr &r their Xibcnl patrccat iatne
pait,vaor by ftrkatUctkatotuJiefittoiserit
ta tas Ir 'i fatare. ZT.ljS
jr. if. xhojiiso:v,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Ci?i Strwt, KfiTTB.Ttlat
Uu tonscutly ca bad &ai .y Lt &t th. Lcwet
VOLCANO HOUSE,
CRATER OF E3LA0EA. HAWAII.
cT3 THIS ESTABLUIUIXXT IS
ti aoy coa .t th reccptioa ef Tbttrs to Jf
tEoTolcaao Uocm, who atar ret, oo acdisr nta-
jrtabl roosut a nod txM. aad aromrt atteadur.
Xxper&eacedpiidei ata Crater always oa baad.
STEAK ASD SU1PHUB BATHS !
Hones Graized tsd StaiUd if DeiirtA.
CIIAItGKS liEASOXAIiLE.
Fartiet Tiiiar tb Yoicaoo Hi Hi caa prucmr
saiaLils varrutied to raaa, the Joaraey. by D. II.
Hrrcactxx. Zq. ST-lyS
PIANOS TUNED.
P1ASOS and other JInilcal
IatrsraeaU Taaed aad enaired. br
A Y( IIAKLI DBBV, at tie HaaaSan
1 1 Iietre.
LctMBi piTn on the Piano & Guitar.
Tte best .f rt&racea firra. 51-lj
II. RTCROPT,
HOUSE ASD SHU FLTCfBEB,
Thig St. tmO doors Test of Castle ft Cccli'i.
IUs ca bacd. Bath-Tabs, VTaterOwets. Wi!i-Ei-sins.
Force aad lift ramps. Lead aad Uslsaatzed
Iroa Pipes, sad Pioaber' Braw-worfci. Ceinr the
coly Ptamber jx the dry, be wal execute all orders en
trusted to biai la a voraaiaauae Banner. fl-Sai
JJO. SOTT. SXX'L 30TT.
joua rroxx t co.,
COPPER AND TIN SMITHS,
Eaaltasaza St, ezt door aiors Eli tier's.
Ber leare ta talefll the pabZic that they are pre-
pared to fsrsiaa n bittds cf Cbcper Work, sach as
S mis. Stria Pass, Sorrhcai Pins, Warms. Pimps,
etc Also nana, a rail assortment ef sin itare,
valcawecCertirsaLs at toe Lceest jurist Prices.
ail sacs c Bepaina? ooae wua 3atnes aaa
iftfpstca. Orders crora the other Islands win meet
with prompt attention.
l-3m
JAMES 1. LEWIS,
COOPER AND GAHGER,
At ths Old Staad, ecraer Eiag ft Bethel Sts.
A Larc S toch cf Oil Sbooas aad all bads cf Cucp
eriar Statenal, constaatiy on hand. He hopes by
attention to bosiacss to merit a ccctinaaaca sf the
patroaar abiea he has aeretcfiav enjoyed, aad ta
waicabeBcvretarashisthaaks. 1-Sm
UK. J. COSXA,
JEWELER ASD ESGRAVER,
Fort Street, trppestte Odd Fellows' Hall,
Im prepanNs t execate with pruspuiesa. all work in
his line of bests., saca as Watch and Clock repair
r,r. y..p"-T- T""r-y FrT l-3ox
GEORGE WILUAHS,
UCE5SED SEIPPUG AGEST,
OSes c- eases Eohirsca ft Co'i 'Wharf.
Contiaces the besiaes oa bis oil plla cf ffettliaz
with oOcen aad seamen Imtieiiiitely ca their sbip-
ptnrathis -XSes. Hsrinx no direct cr ia-Crect coa
aectioa with any uutauinr estaUSshmcat, aad aOsw-
tarnoaecu too couectea la his ctace. be topes to
ctre as pxd. satiifim'si ia the fetor as he has ia
the past. lra
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On fort Street,
TlfAT BE SEES THE VIEWS taken.
AVAL Ue LSI
Lara Flotr at Kahtilaix,
And the Eerti of the Lata
Karthqnalie at Wa I on Inn, Ksa.
Viewsef BHasea and other pUces. AboCarls
cf the KUrrs, IMeeas, Chiefs, f tu a Cr sale U low
prices, aim, Ural and frecare rraaes of an sizes,
which wa be sold cheap,
I-Sas ILL. CHASE.
BICESO.X Ac BOLSTER,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
KJna; Street, near- IVnumnn,
HAVISG F0E1TED A CO-PART-CLM9suahij
fer cairjicr ta the Paintisj
Bansesl, respectfallj' solicit the pablie pat
roaacc Tbey will ccdeiTer, by strict aad
pcKttral Utcatica to basinets, to merit tic
eeteer ari rnrliaVTifr' f tieir friends sad Use
Grafmrg. Xarbling, GD4iif;, Csisomininr,
Paper-Hiijinr, ti., Ac, cvfrated oa tic
ihcrtest-netice and em the soli reasonable
trrraa. jl-ra
TJBST ESGUSB BoUeoI Paint. Oil.
M-M xorsatsay-
I-ZIa
routs ca
BEST PAJfllVr PORK,
pnrlOLAXLraKaad JiUrreU. Foraale
Vr - q-a) solus t ca
BOXES E1STEKS CODFISH,
per IOLASL Forcatebr
I-an BOXXES k CO.
RtrSESDALE C EXEAT,
N exnalne article, per KILAXI. For sale
ty , a-aa ' 01X13 CO.
II KBBrCKTS I A TEST ZIXC I'AIST
AJL ma ten of eao head ianated. rr
sasaar .
(Me)
A GO-
HONOLULU,
FOREIGN NOTICES-
a. w. trrsxssex.
SEVESANCE, CLASS & CO..
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND SHIPPING AGENTS,
403 Frost St, corser cf Clay, Saa. Tnaeaeo.
W win utn to the sal of Srarulill Hals
tUal rrudace. aba ta to pairhaslnr ud tbr
wlias ef llerchaaSse. Cash AJtucm ru-i. A
unalrnsieats, 3$4ot
rwtiuj. s. r. cwl
WCRAKES, MERRILL & CO.,
rOEWABDESG ASD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Fortlandt Ortgon.
IbTls$ ba jnnl la per fracat bsriiua ftr
ap nnU ef trT jTars aa4 teias Ixateil ia a ITr
Crovf EiVt BbIUIcc w a pnpwtd ta noin a&I
o.m t Ii!u4 Sapirt. raeaa Sazar, Strape. Sic.
ralaCVAte ti aitaatijA. CuarfjvMatj
pecltlXr Kixiltd tor tbt On$sa ilvttt, t vkka
pemeal attstiMi win fc pak!, ami span vhka eaa
aiTaocn um man vaca rvvno.
JCMerrfflaCu
rrtd lira
Eder a Xiadvabfrger.
i trnICmuiO
' sJSut 1 1" " "
l AQfnlii. " "
T.t 4 TH?3
FtxtUaJ
MM
E. M. TA SEED.
COMMISSION MEE CHANT,
Kanasswa, Japan,
llATia ta twdt Cdtiol thnmfa aa latiiaatt rca
wita uepwM me ur tu pair iiat
yr. bprvparva to traasaft any rasiaesi vatruted
t uu care, jriza aupacca.
B. a. maixs, K. r. aixamna, c unuu.
WILLIAMS. BLAHCHABD & CO.
I SHTPPPfG & COXHISSIOX XEECEA5TS,
. 505 Erect Street, Sxa Innaxa. Jta
LA5GLEY, CROWELL & CO,
VU nnT.ro A T.T? TlDTTnPTOmc
31 Cor. BaKtry ft Clay Sts, Saa Fraaeiieo. fn
INSURANCE NOTICES.
SAA FRAACISCO
BOARD OF USHER WRITERS.
rrtlli: UXDKIISIGXEU IutIbc been
i appoi&ted AeaU fjr tie Saa Fraodo'Board
ot LaJerwrers,ccopnilnrta
Californla Insurance Company,
Irrxlian ti Mutual 2Iarln In. Ca
Padrlc Insurance Company,
California XJoyda, and
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Bex leaie to laaina Msetert of Teaseb and tk Pab
lic reaeraUr. tbat all Teuels aad Carraa. inearvd
by either cf tbe above Compaaies afaiast perils of
tae seas aoo ouier ru.J, ax or near tae faotlwlca
Istxads, win have to be verified by them.
lm H. IUCKKLD 1 CO.
CAJLIFO ItrVI A
INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE rXDERSIGXED, AGEXTS or
the abore Cpsay. haTe beeo aatborixed to
insar ruhs oo Cargo, Frclsrbt aad Tress,
art. by Coasters, from UooUala to ail ivrts cf
the Miwaiiaa Grcvp, and rice rersa.
My H. HACKFEtD CO.
JIERCnASTS' 3IITIMI.
MARINE INSTJRAKCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
and Treasure.
WALKER t ALLES.
Areata, naoolala.
1-Sst
iiAiiJijKc;ir-nKi:.iii
FIRE ISSUE AS CE COMPANY,
THE CXDERSIGXED haTlng been
appelated Areats of the abor Company, are
i prepared t iasoxe risks arsinst Fire, on Stone aad
flnci jsuuainjrs,
and en Merehsndlij.
stored thereia, c the most tsTorabU terms. For
particular, apply at the afie of
S-lyt F- A. SCuAEFUt t CC.
Insurance Notice.
rriiiE xgv.st fob. tub biutisti
JL Foreirn Mariae Insnrane Qnmir. fTJmH.
ed). has reretred tnstrnctioas to redace the rate of
lnsarance Detween ilocotoia and Pert in thePaciac,
and is now prepared to issue Policies -st tie ZoverX
Jatu, with aspect! reaction oa Freight per Steam
er,, xucu. it DAVirs,
tS-tf Jgtxt Brit. Tbr. Jtar. Jnt. Co. (ISmiUdy
SUGAH & MOLASSES.
4
4?
1869
4IIEO, XT. I.
Snsrar and Sfolassers.
fB.QP COMEiG IX ASD FOR SALE IS
KS quantities to stnt parcbaten, by
TVALKEE t ALEES.
l-3ta Agents.
OSOMEA PLABTATJ05".
S tsgar and Molasex Crop ISSS
CoirrsG rs, for sale is quasti
ties to rait parehascn , by
WALKER k. ALLES.
l-3ta AgenU.
PRISCEVir.T.F. PLASTATIQg.
(inar and 3Ielasis Crop IH69
COHISG IS. FOE SALE IS Q DAS Ti
tle to rait ptrrcbaseri. by
WALEEB A ALLES,
l-3si Aretitf.
WAILUETJ PLANTATION.
"vi ew fJEOP TTiitr rnvnrii tv ran
Sal ia qaantirfes to rait pniriajers,
by C. UKliWtK A CO
1-33 Agentt.
MAEEE PLANTATION.
JfewCrop or Sasrar JcXeltuses
OW COMTSG IS.ASD FOR SALE IS
CTtigtiticg to rait poreaascrs by
C KWK A CO.,
l-ia Agent.
CHOICE SUG-AE,
rTTROK EAALAEA ASD LAIEPLASTA
J TIOSS, cow coding ia and for sale br
THEO. H. DATTEo,
Sl-3a Ageat.
SPIRITS OF TCEFEXTnE.
For sate by
BOiSc k 86V
WEDNESDAY, MARC
A Tojrajrr to the Fy
ELSTZX.
TTrittea tr tie Osiette,
Leaving Livouia, we procetJed rrmnd
the east end of Oraha, and aodiored off
Mbaa the placa tfct then domioateU over
aad stilt does rale tka triocipal part of the
gronp. As I hare -before stated ia tbtee
sketches, the island oa which the town mil
built was merely a sand excrescence of the
reef, and scarcely anjthin; grew npoa it.
Yet rich, eitettiire and fertile districts
were tributary to it, and daily, whole fleets
of canoes were Brririnj from the other isl
ands with food, tapaa, mats, etc, for the
consumption of the Mbaa people. In com-
pony with the captain, I spent another day
and night on shore, vith Thalxmbaa. We
were entertained, as may be snpposed, in
a princely manner, and were feasted with
all the Injuries of the satire cuisine. One
dish, which I can never forget, and which
makes myraocth water, even now, to think
of it, was tnrtle soap, a la Fiiti. It was
served np in the upper shell of the tnrtle,
and consisted of the green fat, the liver,
cnt np fine, mealy yams, well browned, and
seasoned with a few red peppers. For
spoons, we had the shells of a mollnsk,
that abounds on the islands, and much re
sembles a ckm in shape. The dish was
brought in smoking hot, and the chief, tho
captain and I, sitting cross-legged around
it, enjoyed tho savory mess with great
gusto. The nsoal dessert of choice fruits
followed, chief among which, was a basket
of unusually large and One "ndawas," a
delicious fruit, which I hare heretofore
mentioned.
In walking about the town, early next
morning after a refreshing sleep on soft,
yielding mats, beneath a spacious "tau ca
ma, or mosquito bar -Tscama to the pub
lic square. Here I saw an unusual sight
in those islands : A fine looking bull, a
cow, and two half-grown heifers, tied to
cocoanut trees, each confronted with a pile
of freshly cnt grass and "ti" leaves. These
animals, the first of the kind that had ever
been brought to the islands, were looked
upon with admiration and astonishment by
the natives. Th? king had set apart a
separate servant for each of these bollocks,
whose duty it wa3 to see that they were
daily fed and watered. I suppose that by
this time, twenty and more years hating
elapsed since then, the bovine species must
have largely increased in the islands. If
th ey have not, it cannot have been the
fault of the climate or want of pasture.
That morning, after my stroll around
llbaa, I returned to Thakombau's bouse
for breakfast, and saw a singular sifrfat:
The king's barber was getting his break
fast, consisting of yam and broiled fish.
But what attracted my attention was the
fact that the barber's hands were clasped
across his knees, while the food was being
pnt into his mouth by a young man sitting
in front of him. On inquiring the mean
ing of this strange proceeding, I was in
formed that the barber, or body servant of
the chief was a tabued man, and could not
touch any food with his own hands. I was
interested and amused in witnessing the
process of feeding, and could not but ap
preciate the skillful and discriminate man
ner in which the feeder popped the morsels
into the mouth of the hungry barber. The
breakfast was wound np with a copious
draught of water. But the barber's mouth
must not touch the mcuth of the jug.
The vessel was held high up, while the
drinker, with his head laid back and his
mouth wide open, swallowed the fluid, as it
was poured out.
Sailtng from Mbaa, an hour brought ss
to Mbiwa. the residence of my friend
France for, after several months of close
intimacy, I had learned to consider this
amiable young chief in the light of a friend.
Here, however, we were to part, perhaps
never to meet again. Before going on
shore, France asked of the captain leave
of absence for me for a day or two, to ac
company him to his horn e. This wa3 readi
ly granted, and for two days and a night I
enjoyed the hospitalities of this "gentle
savage." I am sorry to say that J learned,
about tea years ago, by a vessel from Syd
ney, en route for California, which had
touched at Iivouka, that France had been
treacherously killed by the people of Rabo-
rabe, because he had become so decidedly
"Iota" Christianized. He was this, un
doubtedly the first, bat unfortunately act
the only, Christian martyr of the Fijii3-
Tbe Burfat that I staid oa shore with
France, we spent in the "vale mbure"
house of prayer situated, as is always the
case in their villages, on an eminence.
Here a fire is constantly kept burning, and
awa drinking goes oa all night, while the
old men and chiefs discuss the affairs of
"the nation." No females are ever allow
ed to enter this sacred place, and the awa
chewing was carried oa ia a "vale ca sle
ws" woman's house near by.
Oa the expiration of my leave of ahsesce,
retsraisg oa beard, I was detailed with
ethers, to proceed ep the river to Rewa to
bey tortoise-shell, of which there was said
to be a eoeeriderabJe qaantity at that place.
The Bewa river the largest in the group
is somewhat ia the shape of the letter
X, spade dowst, baring- two months, ose
dotoaefcigg Beair JCbiwa, asd the ether oa
GAZETTE
H 17, 1869.
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mo upjiusuo hub ui wa uiaou, wm.e mo
source is forty or more miles mland.
order to escape from the heat of the sun,
uanuxj uib tocg putt saicn was ueiurc us
some sbrteen railes we did not start from
the brig until late in tho day, and it was
sundown as we entered the river. There
was a pier of a moon, and the river, though
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not more than twenty yards wide, was deep
"iMiwu, ukouiKuwo, uut wiuuiug.
Alternately rowing aad sailing, as the
breere favored us, at about ten o'clock, we
got within a few miles of the town of Re-
wa. The town was a close collection of
houses, of about half the siie of Honolulu,
but there were many scattering hamlets
for several miles on either bank of the
river. In passing the first of these, we per
ceived that something unusoal was goingon.
The thick mangrove bushes that lined tho
bank, prevented our seeing beyond them,
but the light of great fires illuminated tho
background and flashed on the calm bosom
of-the river, while singing, shouts and
laughter rang out from the vilbgo which
was hidden from sight. Resting on our
oars opposite the position of one of the
brightest of the fires, and which seemed
to be within a few yards only of the river's
bank, the noise of yelling and singing was
almost deafening, while the monotone of
the war-drum rose high above the din.
While we lay thus, wondering what all this
wa3 about, suddenly we saw, tossed high
in air, just beyond the bushes, in the full
blaze of tho light, first a human arm, then
a leg, and then a head 1 It was a cannibal
saturnalia they were having. They had
got an t'mbacolo" a man to be eaten
from the spoils of Jlbeoga, the town which
they had sacked and destroyed, and were
making merry over it. We had a Rowa
man in the boat whom we were returning to
his home, he having been with' U3 through
out the cruise, and had alwaS'ap'peared'to'
be a quiet, well-disposed fellow. As we
pulled away towards the town, I expressed
to him the horror with which such scenes
were viewed by the foreigner. Ue laugh
ed, good naturedly, and merely said, usa
vinaka" it is good.
We arrived at Rewa, opposite Phillips
(Thaukananto's) house about eleven o'clock
that night. He received us very kindly,
and in a short time a smoking hot supper
of pork, fish and yams, was put before us.
I confess that I looked with a good deal of
suspicion on the viands, for I could not for-
P'ttInioDSCannibaU,and thought
ti pusaium iiiai uiey mignt attempt no
smuggle on us some of their horrible food.
Bat it was veritable pork, and I managed
to make a hearty supper, though Phillips
came near turning my stomach, by remark
ing, in good English, "I would rather have
a piece of baked man, than the best pig
tbat ever squealed."
After a refreshing sleep under a spacious
mosquito bar about twenty feet long by
fifteen is width, with aheight of ten feet
I got np about sunrise the next morning
and proceeded down to the river side to
tske a bath. Just outside of the enclosure
of Phillips' house, I observed four Fijii
men, sitting on the sand in a row, in the
usual native style, their knees drawn up,
and their hands clasped over them. They
all faced towards the river, and seemed to
me to be deeply absorbed in contempla
tion, for as I passed by them they spoke
never a word. At the same instant, I was
sensible of a delicious odor of cooked meat,
which I can compare to nothing but roast
ed bear-meat, which I afterwards smelled
and tasted in California. Proceeding to the
river, I had my bath, visions meantime
passimr through my mind incited by the
smell of cookery which had crossed my
olfactories of a good breakfast in store.
As I returned towards the house, I walked
up face to face with the four men, who
were still sitting on the sand in the same
positions in which I bad first seen them.
On drawing near, -what was my horror to
perceive that they were dead, yet warm
from the oven, and that the delicious odor
that had excited my appetite for breakfast,
bad proceeded from their smoking hot
bodies 1 I almost fainted, got sick at the
stomach, and running1 out of sight of the
horrid objects, vomited tu though I had
taken an emetic. Phillips coming along.
perceived my plight, and at once divining
the cause, ordered the "mbacoloa" men
to be eaten to be removed.
After a light breakfast of oranges aod a
couple of bewmnm, tho mate and myself
started for a walk to Charley Pickering's
house. In iroing- there, we had to rasa
the pnblic -square, on ose side of which
was the king's house. Ia the verandah of
his majesty's reeideaee, eqaaUed in the
saae poatiocs in which I had first seen
them at Phillips; were the four baked
Mbenga men, apparently looting at m with
glazed aod leaden eyes. As we crotsed
the square, a cos-fased asise of shoals aad
laughter met par eats, aad fro ose of the
lanes leading is to the Equate igseed a erswd
of boys, of aH ages, rem three or fear
years sp to thirteen or fow, dfsggisg
afUr earns the dead l et a ataa, to
the. J,ef whieh was maaj,, a mpe.
Emm, aeI with eUAa,vn iwaaiatr be-
hisd, aed every now and thM Xraek the
bod abest the s&oaldwH mi thigha. I
t FssnsiM, Wjkn tCilmfSOWa eat.
Wiry WifecrW .oar "0," W pa
fSb.lU 1 Jilt iJhAli.
... .
j imeu.iSsU IS 10 BMe turn tender. WheU
In mure rraalalrn uaat tku in altu,,
score of children datgir a dead bedy
i UlroBgU lao Streets 01 a town, traroy
banging it with dubs amidst the adrairiii
, plaudits of their fathers and mothers 1
I When weajrirevl at Charley lackering'
f house, we found him in treaty with Nanes-
.' 0, , , , , ' . . .T5
rtungto, (Shark's Tooth) one of tho king's
(.-...-. r i. e 1,.
wviucn, iU cuupio ot young HDetSja
girls, captives in tho lata raid. They
were both apparently of the same ago
about fourteen and very prettily featured,
with long, and almost sandy colored locks
of hair, which hung down on each side of
their foreheads. While w sat in the
house, aloorsido of Charier, the cirls the
price of whom was two whale s-tee th apiece
were brought and seated just before us,
for his examination and approval. Tbey
were simply clothed with the "Jiku a nar
row strip of the inner bark of the tapa
tree, djod various colors and tastefully
braided. The one who sat nearest to me,
was quite light complexioned.and had reg
ular and acquiline features, but what struck
me as most singular, was that her breast
exhibited a growth of hair that many grown
men cannot boost of. This merely shows
tho hairy nature of tho Fijii race.
I, naturally enough, pitied the poor
young creatures, torn from their homes,
their parents slain, and they themselves
sold as slaves to the will and the last of a
foreigner. There they sat, before their
prospective purchaser and tho chief, to
whom they belonged by right of capture
their heads inclined and their eyes bent
upon the mat before them. .They were
beautiful young animals. The humanity
that was originally implanted in them had
never been cultivated, and so it was dwarf
ed, and indeed crushed, to that extent
that it would have required tho skill and
the tact of an angel to bring again to life
the heaven-born spark which we designate
as "mind.
The bargain was soon concluded, Char
ley giving the chief some gun-flints in ad
dition to the whales-teeth, and tho two
girls were sent to the "harem," in the rear
of the main house, and confided to the caro
of tho "marama" matron of tho establish
ment.
Xangariungio, after taking a doso of awa,
then entertained ns with an account of his
expedition to Mbenga. As usual with the
tho Fijii fights, it was a case of treachery
and stratagem. Sending first a whale's
tooth to the people of Mbenga, with an
invitation to them to go on a fishing expe
dition for bicheJe-mer, which it was pre
tended was about being planned from Re
wa, the war party crept upon the town at
night, when they knew that the chiefs
were in consultation in tho "vale mbule,"
and the major part of tho men, women and
children asleep. Token thus unawares, the
populace fell an easy prey to their assail
ants, and the men, almost to a man, were
slain. The woman and children mostly
escaped death, and were taken to Rewa,
to be apportioned out among the chiefs of
the victorious party, as slaves. So the
lately happy and flourishing town of Mben
ga, like that of Muthuata, on the other
extremity of the group, was wiped out.
"Han's inhumanity to man.
Make countless thoasands
ITo It eonilnuaLi
Mardcr Will Out.
The following account of a mysterious
murder, committed seventeen jean ago, and
the recent discovery of the murderer, is given
br the London DtUvXcK. It would furnish
a wonderful theme for elaboration as a sen
sational novel of the period:
The lapse of seventeen years and a half has
not erased from the recollection oftbe inhab
itant of the city of Norwich the frightful
sensation which they experienced in the year
of the Great Exhibition. On Saturday, the
Slst of Jane. 1S51, a young man named John
son was ont walking In a lane about a mile
from Norwich, accompanied by his dog. The
a
og was ranging a neighboring plantation
nd found there a piece of carrion, which he
an
brought out on the road, and with which he
Immediately ran home. On Johnson's arri
val at home, he was horrified to see that the
r; t Ant nn Ihu .n-i A . n -1 urttH Vfhfnh V- I
piece oi flesh the animal bad found was a Dt "iuioBt agreeraeat frota Sttardar mora
human band. He at once gave notice to the I "ff to Monday rooming, tint In the following
pouce, ana tne plantation .svas thoroughly
searched, and several other piece of fleth
were found. Next day a foot waa found In
the plantation, and some of the vertebrae were
discovered hidden In a tawnIL A hlack
striped waistcoat, tome cotton waste, such
at it used In cleaning machinery, but
smeared witb blood, and a roller, such at It
used by the Norwich weavers, were also
found.
On tucceeding days, other parts were dis
coverednow in a field on one side of the
town, then in an entirely opposite direction.
At length the wbolo district 'wa searched,
tbe river were dragged, and small piece of
human fiesh, evidently carved In (lice from
a body, were found almot ftrerrwhere
Eight days after the first discovery, portions
ot me viscera wrre iouna in a sewer, cat Bp
into pieces three Inches loBr: the mirk hod
-been previously discovered, a leg boBe pick
et, op, ana a disci, velvet Donnct, wnicu Had
evidently been tbe property of a person ia
respectable clrcn mat aces, found in the Tare.
On erne octagon parti of the bod were 1jb4
la tost which bad prev lowly beta nrefaUy
ia spets wioa Had prevk)Jy bm ireJs-Uy l
tarched-aad it was evident that they baa
been placed there since the ant dsscoverr.
Some of I he pieces b been soaked l wtet-;
trace of dcotiorlzlo; HqbH were o!
aau aera, tnaay oi me tattered:
DnraratiwcuM
tbowtsMsttaey 1
OTgmsinaeKHt.
that tbe rxxir
tees to tweatT-tlx. tost toe hod Taeea daot a
jortBigBx, aaa last toe was tn geod hrKh
whea death seised ber. It was ' k. I
tkepofloeaed tax poMic that a saraVr sod
beMnmwHtted: tinning naTdeMtaoaa
phsee after tisc oSaeoVery bad beoa aVe, ass
wlrtW tat tcswwk wot stift dffirenT ac am. I
sa3aaUwfJtsrowa
twr at Ma (fltsailtlia. tmo. M aaan i
TZTiZJZ'. I ''a-aTo; "bod
BOOK AflTD JOB
I now nf t m mi .01
no in wa rem
kt"kt ..cwmw;
wn jfumM jura jw.
tiam ud Waafrtai fisas mm.
I frtMxti vert atkaiasL beat In, aatlrea
mSr? 0
uuut TtHr m wsra oan oeca sNtwa to
rwj arrT aaTlS,1"
'.iyffJj
kept a MStikSt KLTtSS! miJil
"mkoi, with the r"f, fonc tkp aw.
Tho public were not lowr la tonjettlwH,
The anthnrlttes, however rMHertat raaA
I "ronnler Wlli osL" kont ta eTloraeaassftsM,
murder wilt oat." krnt Ue cv)wvnpai
crime In spirits of wtae, Mutt they mljtwt te
forthcomlagwbrreverHetesArfct M wleal.
It was brllereJ tat a mot dar had bee, com
mltted, and that a yoac wosMk m Ue
victim. Bat only oaa tUng was held to bo
tatitractartly proved, asd that was, that tho
murdered female was not an tnhabUaat of
Norwich at ths tires of her decease.
Seventeen rears asd a half poteed br. aod
not a ray of llsht had boea Urowa oa tte
mystery until quite recently. A telegram wa
received la Norwich from London, Inforariar
the magistrates that a. rcapectaMalaliabMiaS
of that city bad rotate a ceafceatoa toat ha
bad murdered hU wlfc on tea 15th of Jsae,
1S31, by cutting ber throat; that the bodjr
was cut up and some portions preaerrvd ia
spirits, and that they would know all abeac
It atNorwIch. Thl, precisely taUtea wttit
tho facta ot tho riaJf-ferisotten mystery. Tho
date U six davs before the sjtt dtaceTerj ef
the hand by Mr. Johstoa't 4of. asd accord
Ingulirly with the jruct which Uw ncdical ,
men made during tha succeeding week a to
the tlma which had elapsed alnca the body
was allvo and well.
It ! at once admitted by those who were
concerned in the investigation that nobody
suspected Sheward. A quiet, inorenslve
and respectable citizen, ho was golne about
amooir them, actuallr dlsnoslnir of the man.
gicu piece ui ois wuc a noay, wniie uey
were dUculmr what the frlthtrol mystery
could mean. How It came about that tha
disappearance of Mrs. Sheward was never
marked, or beluir marked. It wa astlifii.
torlly accounted for to her friends and neJeh-
bon, does not yet appear. At the time, ha
teems to hare given It ont that aha was gone
uuBjoumer, anaio nave Dcen believed at
once. But how did he account for her
non-return! Did he give it out that she
had died on her Journey, or that site Sad
made one otthose sensation! disappearance
of which we often hear! He seems at any
rate to have lived free from all tuspicton
and as he spoke of this victim as hit first
wile. It it to.be presumed that be had marri
ed agiln, &ud carried his frightful secret all
through the festivities of a bridal
How it was that nobody ever put together
the two tacit Of Mr. SheWSr.V rllsanne
ince and the finding of a female body, aad
how the authorities arrived at the mislead
ing certainty that nofcody living In Norwich
had been slain, remata to be seen. A respec
table woman certalaly dlsapmarod Inst at
tnc time that the remains of one were found;
it was understood tbat ber husband M
she was gone on a long journey, and he was
believed. She never came back, and no
Inquiry was made; but whatever tale her
husband told was again taken on trust; and
It now turns ont that the husband was the
murderer for whom the police were search
log, and tbat the hideous relics In their
hands were all that remained of one who had
been their neighbor and friend.
How to riT Collars to Horses' Soocv
rmti It la very Important to have a collar
flt nicely and snugly to the shoulders of a
horse. It enables him to work with a great
deal more case, and to apply a great deal
more strength. It prevents galling and
wounding, a the friction Is avoided. Collars
are made, or should be to made, as to throw
the chief force on the lowerpsrt of the shoul
ders. The horse can apply bntlittle strength
on the upper part, and for this reason breast
collars are coming greatly lato vogue; as tha
strength is exerted on the lower nartnrtho
shoulders. But weatarted out to tell our
readers bow to make a new collar St the
shoulders of the horse. The collar tbould be
purchased of the proper site They are
usuallr too large. If obtained ot tho proper
site, just before, putting It on. the firtt time,
immerse it In water, letting it remain about
a minute, and Immediately pnt it on the
horse, beln carefal to hae the hamta to
adjusted at the top and bottom as to fit the
shoulders, and then pnt the horse to work.
The collar, by being wet. will adapt llteirto
the shoulders, and should dry on the horse.
When taken off, It should be left la the same
shape it occupied on the horse, and ever
after yon will have a snng-fltUng collar and
no wounds. JoScy farmer.
Tnjs 8ibbath fob. ths Wobxuo Max.
The Sabbath Is God's special present to the
working-man, and one of lta chief objects
It to prolong hit life' and preserve efldeot
bis working, tone. In the vital tjitesait
acts like a compensation-pond; h replen
ishes the tnlriU. ths elasticity and Ttoor
which the last six days have drained away,
aim suppuc me lorce woicn it to nil tne six
dtys tucceeding: and in the econotnr of
existence, it answers tho tams norr-oao as
in the economy of Income, Is answered by a
saving bank. The frugal man who putt aside
a pound to-day, and another poand next
month, and who, In a quiet way, it always
patting oy nu statea pouna Irom lime to
time, when he treta olef and frail, wet not
only the tame pounds back train, but a good
many pounds bctldcc. And the conscleatl-
ous man, who hutbaatw one day of existence
every week, who, instead of aUowhsg the
Sabbath to be trampled asd tors la the harry
and scramble of life, trrtwinrm It ilnrmii, nn
the Lord of the Sabbath keep It for him,
and In length of days a hale old age rivet
it back with nrtury. The saying bank of
human existence it the weekly Sabbath V
BrUUMUftcv.
Novel Vebdict. A Jary, In a recent civil
trial at Montpeller, VersBont, hiitse ktest
Waihlrvjton County Court, SnttmAcr
Term, 1668. Tt . Ia this caw
the jury say that their united ages are 96a
years, averaging 40 1-12 years; that tbr sr
eregate weight It LflSB pounds, arersarW
182X; that, politically, there are deveafer
Grand and one for 8ermonr, and that os this
line tbey Intend to fight until after the No
vember election.
Signed, , Foresaoa.
It is needless to tar that the IwTiuai a.
Joyed the Joke, aad the Court dlKl-atfe Use
Jnry-
HiltTKlxtr, ta lwtssttL.lwlw that east
be said against ai ir)tmjt will-he aM
br lawyer, as, saslrA'.eatwae
convenatloa, saet a nia'a Ooaaowl, wka
wa tctj new, m toe xewanwe. tbs
taia:
How to it that, with too Jatae
which yea have
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