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at s-oo per ass tar.
Halted lo Foreign Subscriber t $7.00.
Office On Merchant street, west of
he Post Office, Honolulu, IL L
Printed mad paoUsbed by -J. Morr Sarrsr, at th.
Government Printing Ofice. to whom all business
.A. C. BCFFBH, M.
POET PHYSICIAH 0? HOHOSTOTT.
OOce and Besidence "AMrfcb. Hocse," Tort Street,
JOKV S.McGREW, JH. !.,
PHYSICIAN AHD STOOXOH,
Offlee Inll. L. Chase's Bttildlnfc Tort Street. Offlee
liirors, from Eiriit to Ten i- end from Three to
Fire r. M. Residence on Chaplain Street, between
Xnnenn and Fort Streets. S-3m
ATXTTff & CHTLIIKGWOETH,
TTilI continue the Oeufral Merchandise end Shipping
business t the above port, where they ore prepar
ed to famish the Justly celebrated Kawalbae Pota
toes, and loch other Recruits as are required by
vrbaleshlps, at the shortest notice and on the roost
reasonable terms, rirewood always on hand. My
JOin X. WATERnOCSE,
IKPOETEB AlTD DEA1EE IN GENERAL
S Queen Street, Honolulu, ILL ly
J. G. DICEgOX,
Importer. "Wholesale ana Retail Sealer
In Lumlxr and Bnlldine: Materials. Fort, Kinr and
a Merchant Streets, Honolulu, IL I. ly
W. I- CREEIV,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT & BROKER
OfBce In Fire-proof Itutldinss on Queen Street,
SJ nonolnln, II. L Qyl
C2t. SrMCEtU n. XACrARLAXE.
CJTAS. I. SPE5CKK & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W Queen Street. Honolulu, n. I. Pj4
JIcCOtGAIV & JOHSSOX,
10 Fort St., nonolnln. opposite t. C Ilencfa lyl
C. JE. WIEMAMS,
atANUFACTORER, IMPORTER & DEALER
In Furniture of eTery description. Furniture Ware
Boom on Fort Street, opposite Chase's rhotograph
Gallery. WorkshopaUheoldstandon Hotel
Street, near Fort. Orders from the other
411 islands promptly attended to. PyS
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
41 King Street, next to the Bethel. Honolulu. PyS
3L T. DOXiVELJL,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER,
King Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis' Cooper Shop.
41 Will boy and sell second-hand Furniture. PyS
THIBETS fc SORKVSOS,
SHIP CAEPENTEES & CAULKERS
At D. Foster & Co's Old Stand,
Near the Honolulu Iron Worts. pyi
TIIEO. II. DATIES,
Lin Junos, Gatxa Co.
IMPORTER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
asn accrr roa
Lloyd's and the Liverpool Underwriters,
British and Foreign Marine fcurance Co., and
Northern Assurance Company. S-lys
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing. Hats. Caps, Boots, Shoes,
and eTery variety of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
Snow's Bunding, Merchant Street, Honolulu 50-ly5
J. S. WALKER. 8. C. ALLEX.
WALKER Sc Al&JZS,
SHIPPING Jt COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
I Queen Street, Honolulu. IL I. Py
E. E. TORBERT.
DEALER IN LUMBER AND EVERY KIND
OF BUILDING MATERIAL.
13 Omcx Corner Queen and Fort streets, lyl
ItOEEES Sc CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND COMMISSION
Queen Street, Honolulu. Particular attention paid
to the purchase and sale of Hawaiian Produce.
-umi Bt xinssio!t TO
OL Richards t Co, III Ilaetfcld a Co,
C Brewer k Co, 10 L Richards a Co,
X C Waterman Esq, Castle a Cooke. Myt
IMPORTER & DEALER EN BOOTS, SHOES,
Anddenllemen's Furnishing Goods, corner of Fort
and Merchant Streets, Honolulu. My
GEOCEE AHD SHIP CHAHDLEE,
Money and Eecrults famished to Ships on the most
10 fsTorable terms. Py
Coarsission Merchant and General Agent,
Importer of Teas and other Chinese and Foreign
Goods, Wholesale Dealer in Hawaiian Produce, and
Agent for the Paukaa and Amauulu Sugar Planta
tions. Fire-proof Store on Souann Street, below
AFOiVG fc AC1IECK.
Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers
In General Merchandise and China Goods, in the
Fire-proof Store on Xnuann Street, under the rubllc
GEORGE G. HOWE,
Dealer in Redwood and Northwest Lumber,
Shingles, Doors, Sashes, Blinds, Kails, Taints, etc.
36 at his old stand on the Esplanade. py-t
TP. Ju SCHAEFER &. CO.,
38 Honolulu, Palm. H. L Py4
ED. HOFFSCHLAEQEE & CO.,
IMPORTERS 4 COMMISSION MERCHANTS
41 nonolnln, Oahn, H. L Pj4
THEODORE C. laElJCK,
IMPORTER & COMMISSION MERCHANT.
1-4 Honolulu, Oahn. IL L Py
II. HACCFELD fc CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
S4 Qneen Street, Honolulu, H. I. Py
CHAU2V CE V C. BESSETT,
DEALER IN NEWSPAPERS, MAGAZLNBB,
And Periodicals, ForttreeVHonolnln. ps-lyt
S. F. XULXRS. A- JAEGES-.
K. F. EHXERS & CO.,
DEALERS JS DRY GOOSE AND GENERAL
Flre-proot Store aa Fart Street, abore Odd Fellows'
E. r. ASAM. 8. e. WILDEB-
ABA9CS &. WILDER,
AUCTION tc COMMISSION MERCHANTS
2T Qneen Street, -Honolulu, H-1. Pj4
c. s. bartow,
Salesroom oa Qaeea street, one door from Kaann
manu Street. 17-ly4
H. A. WJE3fA3R?,
6. Otto at the Interior. Berartaent- Pyt
TEE TOK MOGRS TAYEEH,
3B Caraeref Klujaad Sirrets. Py4
VOL. Y NO. 11.1
H. i- r. cam.
C. BKEIVKK & CO.,
HONOLULU, II. I.
AGEXTS Of the Dotton said nonolnln
AGEXTS For trie MaUce, WoUnlra and
AGEXTS For the Pnrebjue and Sale of
Island Produce. My4
E. S. FLACK,
CIVIL ENGINEER AND SURVEYOR,
Asnsrss rof t-Omce Box No. S2, nonolnln. 5S-om
r. A. SCHAEFER,
A GEXT for the BRE3IEK BOARD
3L of COTEBWlUTrniS.
Agent for the Dresden Board of Underwriters,
Agent for the Henna Board of Underwriters.
5E S. GREVBAtJM & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND "WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Fashionable Clothing. Hats. Caps, Boots. Shoes,
and esery Tariety of Gentlemen's superior Furnish
ing Good's. Store in Maiee'a Block, Queen Street,
nonolnln, H. I. PO-'I
jr. i. hughes,
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER
Of all kinds of Saddlery. Carriage trimming done
with neatness and dispatch. All orders prompt
ly attended to. Corner of Fort and Hotel
10 Streets, Honolnln. ly4
JOIIIY II. PATY,
Notary Fsblic and Commissioner of Deeds
For the Stat, of California. Oflce at the Bank of
Bishop a Co., Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu. p-ly4
G. TV. SORXOX,
COOPER AND G AUGER,
At the New Stand on the Esplanade.
ne is prepared to attend to all work in his line
at the Shop next to the Custom nonse, where be can
be found at all working boors. He has on hand
and for sale. Oil Casks and Barrels of different sizes,
new and old, vhich he will sell at the Tery Lowest
Market Hates. All work done In a thorough manner
and warranted to glre satisfaction. All kinds of
Coopering Materials and Tools for sale. 1-Sm
r. II. &. G. SEGEEKEIY,
TOT, ZIK C AHD C0PPEE SMITHS,
AND SHEET IRON 'WORKERS,
Nnnann Street, between Merchant & Qneen.
liars constantly on band. Stores, Pipe, Gal
vanized Iron Pipe, Plain and Hose Bibbs,
Stop-cocks, India Rubber Hose best 3-ply,
in lengths of IS and SO feet, with couplings
and Dine comDlete. Bath-To bs. and also a
Tery large stock of Tinware of eTery description.
Particular attention gisen to Ship-Work. Orders
from the other Islands will be carefully attended to.
Thankful to the Citizens of Honolulu and the
Islands generally for their liberal patronage in the
past, we hope by strict attention to business to merit
the same for the future. S7-ly5
JAMES E. EE1VIS,
COOPER AMD GAUGES,
At the Old Stand, corner King & Bethel Sts.
A Large Stock of Oil Shoots and all kinds of Coop
ering Materials constantly on hand. He hopes by
attention to business to merit a continuance of the
patronage which be has heretofore enjoyed, and for
which be now returns his thanks. 2-3m
J. II. THOMPSON",
Qneen Street, Honolnln,
Has constantly on hand and for sale at the Lowest
Market Prices, a good assortment of the Best Refined
Bar Iron, and the Best Blacksmith's CoaL 3S-lyS
jso. son. saji'l aorr.
JOIEV SOTT &. CO.,
COPPER AND TIN" SMITHS,
Kaahnmtnn St, one door above Flitner's,
Beg leave to Inform the public that they are pre
pared to furnish all kinds of Copper Work, such as
Stills, Strike Fans, Sorghum Pans, Worms. Pumps,
etc Also to. hand, a full assortment of Tin Ware,
which we oCdr for sale at the Lowest Mark.t Frices.
All kinds of Repairing done with Neatness and
Dispatch. Orders from the other Islands will meet
with prompt attention. l-3m
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER,
King St, two doors west of Castle & Cooke's.
Has on bud, Bath-Tubs, Water-Closets, Wasb-Ba-stns.
Force and Lift Pumps, Lead and Galvanized
Iron Pipos, and Plumber's Brass-works. Being the
only Plumber In the city, he will execute all orders en
trusted to kim in a workmanlike manner. p-Sm
MR. J. COSTA,
JEWELER AHD EKGEAVEE,
Fort Street, opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
Is prepared to execute with promptness, all work In
his line of hisiness, sucb as Watch and Clock repair
ing, Manufsrtnriag Jewelry and Engraving. l-3m
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
Office oe James Robinson & Co's Wharf,
Continues the business on his old plan of settling
with officer! and seamen Immediately on their ship
ping at his lSce. naving no direct or indirect con
nection witii any outfitting establishment, and allow
ing no debts to be collected in his ofilce, he hopes to
glre as gotd satisfaction In the future as be das in
the past. 1-Sm
CEATEE OF ELLAfJEA, HAWAII.
d THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS
IPS now open Jor the reception of Taitors to
the Volcato House, who may rely on finding com
fortable rooms, a good table, and prompt attendance.
Zxperieoced guides for the Crater always on band.
STEAK AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired.
Parties visiting the Tolcano via. HUo. CsUi procure
tUilnudf vuT&ntrd to m&ke the Journey, by D. IL
Httchcocx, Xq. S7-lj6
PIANOS and other Musical
EInstrcments Tuned and Repaired, br
XTtlOllELES DERBY, at the Hawaiian
2 l;t 'Theatre.
Lessons zrt-ren on the Piano & Guitar.
The bee, of references given. Sl-ly4
AT THE PHOTOGE APH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
MAT BE SEEN THE VIEWS taken
oT the Late
Eava Row at Kxshsaktx,
And the Effects of the Late
Eartltcinalte at "Walonlnn, Elan.
Views of Kilanea and other places. Also Cards
of the Kiags, Queens, Chiefs, etc-, all for sale at low
prices. JLUo, Oral and Sunare Frames of allaizes,
which win be sold cheap.
1-Sm IL L. CHASE.
BICKSOS & BOLSTER,
House, Sign & Ship Painters,
JCln Street, near Nauann,
gSB "HAVING FORJtED A CO-PART-SHvership
for carrying on the Painting
Business, respectfully solicit the public pat
ronage. They wifl esdearor, by strict and
punctual .attention to ensineu, to merit the
esteem aa.d cenfidence of Uielr friends and the
Graining, .MarbKng,- Gildssg, CaUomiaing,
Papcr-HaagiBg,.. :,.., executed oa the
shortest noie aad'.oa "thelmoit reasonable
tea.. W.s -arTi. ' Sl-3a-,i
SEVERANCE, CLARK & CO.,
AND SHIPPING AGENTS,
405 Front St, corner of Clay, San Trandsco.
We wUl attend to the sale of Sugar and all kinds
of Island Produce, also to the purchasing and for
warding of 'Merchandise. Cash Advance, made on
J0H5 X'CZAKXT, 7. C. wwiy.
Portland. 8.F. CaL
M'CEAKEN, TrRTCTtTT.T. & CO.,
HaririE been en&cd 1 our preemt badness lor
Qpwanli of twelve years, and being located In a Fire
proof Brick Bnlldinrr, we are prepared to receive and
lupoee if Island Staple, inch a Sacr, jmp, Rice,
Polo, Coffee, etc, to advantage. Comipnments ee
recially eolidted for the Orgtn Market, tn which
peT8onil attention will be paid, and upon which cuh
adrances will be made when repaired.
Charles W Brooki San Francisco
Badger k Lindenberger....
Junes Patrick Co "
"Wm T Coleman a Co
Stevens, Baker Co
Allen a Lewis Portland
Leonard a Green "
E M. TAZV KEED,
Having the best facilities through an intimate con
nection with the Japanese trade for the past eight
jears, is prepared to transact any business entrusted
to his care, with dispatch. 17-lj(
R. B. WILLI IMS, H. T. BUXCEUI), C 1. VOROaX.
WILLIAMS, BLANCHAED & CO..
SHIPPING & COHJnSSION MERCHANTS,
31 S05 Front Street, San Francisco. &n
LANGLEY, CR0WELL & CO.,
23 Cor. Battery & Clay Sts, San Francisco. 6m
Saniome Street, San Francisco.
Extending from Sacramento &U to llalleck Street
HJLVXKG BEE. RECENTLY REX
orated and newly FcroUbed, makes it the
most quiet, economical and comfortalile FAMILY
HOTEL In the State, Being ccntrallj located. It of.
fers every inducement far Business Men and the Pub
The Tables will be constantlr suvDiled with every
luxury the market affords. The American Exchange
ucacu, wun liaa istgnu. wiu ie at sue n narres ana
Depots, to convey paRgengers to the Hotel free.
My TIMOTHY SARGENT. Propr.
PKESII SUPPLIES OF
GARDEN, FLOWER, FRUIT,
AX I) TREE SEEDS,
Received br Everj Steamer Also
CRASS & CLOVER SEEDS,
Of suitable varieties for this Climate, comprising
Xlie larprext collection of Seeds
To be found on this Coast, Orders by Mall or Ex
press promptly attended to in their turn. Address
GEO. F. STI VE S T Kit,
Se etli man.
24m 317 "Washington Street. San Francisco.
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED having been
appointed Agents for the San Francisco Board
of Underwriters, comprising the
California- Insurance Company'.
Merchants Mutual Marine Ins. Co.,
Pacific Insurance Company,
California Lloyd's, and
Home Mutual Insurance Company.
Beg leave to Inform Masters of Vessels and the Pub
lic generally, that all Vessels and Cargoes, insured
by either of the above Companies against perils of
the seas and other risks, at or near the Sandwich
Islands, will have to be verified by them.
HOI 11. llJaLaa.risaaU .C W.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS of
the above Company, hare been authorized to
Insure risks on Cargo, Freight and Treas
ure, by Coasters, lrom Honolnln to all ports of
the Hawaiian Group, and vice Tersa.
fr-ly H- HACKFELD k CO.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
THE UXDERSIGXED naving been
appointed Agents for tbe above Company .are
prepared to Issue I'ollcies on Cargoes, Freight,
WALKER t AMXJf.
l3m Agents, Honolula.
FIEE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE TJJfDEItSIGXED Hairing been
appointed Agents of tbe above Company, are
prepared to Insure risks against Fire, ol Stone and
Ilrlcic Buildings, and on Jtlercbandlse
stored therein, 00 tbe most favorable terms. For
particulars apply at theomceof
Mji P. A. SCIUEFER k CC
THE AGENT FOR THE BRITISH
Foreign Marine Insurance Company, (Limit
ed), has received instrnctioas to reduce the rates of
Insurance between Honolulu and Ports In tbe Pacific,
andisnowprepareiltoissue Policies -at the XesresC
Rata, with a special reduction on Freight per Steam
era TIIEO. II. BATIFS,
13-tf Agent Brit. Par. Mar. as. Co. (Limital).
TBEST ENGLISH BoUed Faint OU.
For sale by
BOLLXS t CO.
BEST FAH1XT FORK,
perlOLANI.ia Uand J Jsrreli. For sale
by a-3m) BO LLCS t CO.
BOXES EASTERN CODFISH,
perlOLANL For sals by
l-3m MIXES CO.
CALIFORNIA TABLE FRUITS,
Assorted In cases and 2US cans. Forssle
by (l-3m) BOLLES A CO.
HUBBTJCK'S PATENT ZINC PAINT
Tbe best article of the kind imported. For
sale by (l-3m) BOLLES A CO.
HUNT'S HANDLED AXES.
Best quality. For sals by the case or rata
by (I-Im) BOLUS A CO.
the genuine article, per I OLA XI. For sale
by (1-Sa BOLLES t CO.
STEERING OARS, .
22 feet in length.- Forsalsby
l-3m BOLLBS A CO.
SPIRITS OF TURPE5TZNE.
For sale by
,1-Sbj , 8tLHS A CO."-
A Vojbsc to tbe Fijtis.
Written for the Qaiette.
As we lay side, by side tbat nicht in the
"vale mbare," Phillips commenced tbe con
versation by whispering in my ear ""Well,
my boy, how yon like this here- Fijiil"' I
replied that I was delighted and fascin
ated with everything I saw, except the
practice of cannibalism, of which I ex
pressed tbe most unmitigated disgust.
"Oh," Baid he, "B'pose you live with me,
yon no see too much of that thing." I
said, " What do yon mean by living with
you?" rutting his hand over my month,
he whispered, " Don't you speak too lond,
the mate will tear us." There was not
much feat of thaV for the individual in
question had taken a strong dose of an
gona, and was at that moment sounding
all tbe notes of the gamut on bis nasal
organs snoring loud enough to be heard
at tbe distance ot half a mile. Phillips
went on to say, that he had taken a liking
to me, and wanted me to remain in tbe
islands and live with him. He would give
me a large tract of the best land in Rewa,
with all the "kaisi3 " equivalent to the
term " serf" in Kussia, formerly build me
a fine house, and give me as many wives
as I wanted. I would have nothing to do
but to eat, drink, and bo merry. How
much more agreeable would this be, said
he, than the life of a sailor, which at best
was a life of privation, hardship and dan
ger. The proposition was to me, of coarse,
a thoughtless and romantically inclined
youth a very agreeable one. But, I sug
gested, I belonged to the brig, and tho
Captain would never let me go. " I fix all
that," replied Phillips ; " You B3y yes,
that's all. 1 get you ashore. I help you
run away. All right. By and bye you
big man in Eijii." So saying, he rolled
over on his side and was soon fast asleep.
But not so I ; the thoughts of deserting
from the ship and thus abandoning, as
it were, my native land and friends at
home for on indefinite period, and perhaps
forever, to live among savages, were alter
nated with pleasant musings on the happy,
easy and luxurious life I might lead on the
islands ; so I got but little sleep that night.
Towards morning, Phillips awoke, and or
dered one of the ever wakeful attendants
to see that angona was prepared. Turning
to me, he whispered a warning to the
effect that I must be very careful not to
say a word to any one on the subject of
the prevoius night's conversation, and en
quired whether I had made up my mind to
accept his proposition and desert from the
vessel. I replied that it was a '-big thing,"
and thit I had not concluded yet as to
whether I should do so or not. ""Well,
plenty time," said he. "I hear, the brig be
at 2fukulau" the eastern outlet of the
river, on the opposite side from Mbiwa
"in a day or two, and then you and I go
oa board and we havo some more talk."
And so we dismissed the subject for that
time ; but I brooded over it in my waking
moments, and dreamed of it in my sleep,
for days and nights.
Returning to Rewa on the day following
the conversation related above, we found a
letter from the brig, stating that she would
sail that day for Nukulau, as Phillips had
previously stated she would, and so we had i
a few days more "liberty" before returning
on board. They were very pleasant days. '
The cannibal saturnalia was over, or per
haps bad hidden its diminished head in
some obscure retreat, and we spent the
time in rambling over the country and ob
serving the manners and customs of the
One morning, a canoe urrived from the
island of Kaatavu, where Phillips bad large
land possessions. On board the canoe was
a white man a runaway sailor, years be
fore who had been trading 'at Kantavn
for tortoise-shell. He bad a young native
woman with him, whom he spoke of as
"My Moll," and who had been presented
to him by Phillips. She was a native of
Kactavu, and while the "beach-comber's"
canoe was anchored near the shore, wish
ing, no doubt, to see her relatives, she
slipped into the water one night and swam
ashore. During the day, the chief of the
place, fearing Phillips' anger, brought her
back to her "man." He had now come to
Rewa, to make complaint of the abscond
ing of his "Moll." Phillips heard the story
through, and then said "All right ; I fix
that gaL She no trouble you any more."
I naturally supposed that these sententious
utterances portended some very condign
punishment to be inflicted upon tbe poor
"gal," but Phillips, beckoning me to where
he Gat, cross-lCgged, in savage majesty,
said in a very low tone "Tbat fellow d d
fool. He don't know how keep a woman.
You see, I make him scare." The woman
meantime was sitting a few yards in front
of the chief, with bent head, and her arms
crossed oa her breast. She was, for a
Fijii woeuaa, quite good-looking, light com
plexion, with yeBow b&ir, and would pass
in Hawaii-aei as an "ehn." Phillips, ad
dressiag the owner of the "Holl," observed
Tery cooly, that be was satisSed that they
two cooed not live together comfortably
and qatetly, after what had happened ths t
the "gal" would' be of -no farther use lo
any eae, &b4' tsSevt conjcqabntily, he had
H 31, 1869.
given orders to have her cooked for din
ner, as being tae beet use he could put her
to! The oven, he declared, was being
then heated for this purpose. The "beech
comber" eat for a moment or two, in silent
astonishment, staring first at the chief, and
then at his "Moll," and at last exclaimed,
beseechingly "Don't, for God's sake, Mr.
Phillips 1 I I've got nothing agin tbe
gal ; she's been a good gal to me, and I
don't want for to go for to see her scoffed,
all on account of a little bit of a lark as
she has been and cut up. Oh, don't, Mr.
Phillips 1" But the chief pretended to be
determined on the sacrifice of the woman,
and called one of his men with a dub, with
which, at a signal, he was to deal the death
blow. The man stood over the woman
with the club raised ready to strike, with
his eye on Phillips, awaiting the signal.
Our heretofore petulent and complaining
beach-comber was now all tears and en
treaties. He crawled on his hands and
knees, native fashion, up to Phillips, and
begged for the life of his "MolL" After
some minutes, daring which Phillips did
not utter a word, keeping a very stem look
on bis face, but occasionally giving me a
sly wink, he said to the man "Well, I no
eat him this time, but spose you come
again and make talk about that woman, I
knock him on the head, sure. You go
now good bye." Then, as the fellow and
his "Moll" went ont of the door, Phillips
rolled over and over on the mats, laughing
very heartily,' and saying "Didn't I scare
that fellow, eh? He big fool. Why he
no knock that gal on the bead himself, if
he no do right?"
In the afternoon, the chief and I paid a
visit to Mr. Jagger, the "Wesleyan mission
ary across the river. We were received
very cordially by tbe reverend gentleman
and his wife, and I enjoyed a pleasant half
hour's conversation, in the course of which,
the missionary, learning that I was ac
quainted with "the art preservative of all
arts" that is to say, that I was a printer
observed, that if possible, he should very
much like to have me remain on the islands
and carry on the printing of the Bible,
which, he said, had long ago been com
menced by the "harum-scarum" typo whom
I mentioned in a previous portion of these
sketches, and who it appeared, only work
ed when he wanted to make a raise, which
was, so to say, semi-occasionally. The de
lays were very vexatious, for the natives
were clamorous for books, having proved
to be very apt at learning to read. Here
was another and a very strong inducement
for roe to endeavor to remain on the isl
ands. I told Mr. Jagger, however, that I
did not think Captain Wallis would con
sent to my leaving the vessel, although I
should like very much to do so. He did
not attempt to persuade me, but merely
said that if such a thing could be brought
about, it would be very agreeable to him
and his brethren. During this conversa
tion, Phillips sat on a chair near by, appar
ently very much engrossed in perusing the
catechism in Fijiian, which he had picked
from the table when we entered the room,
but in reality, intently listening to what
was said. As I rose to go, Phillips said
to the missionary "You like have tbi3
boy make books, eh? I get him for you
by and bye," with a significant leer at me,
the meaning of which I, recollecting our
previous conversation, understood perfect
ly, but which wa3 not so clear to Mr.
Returning down the river side towards
the place whero we had left our canoe, we
heard the sound of loud singing in English,
proceeding from a large house near the
river bank. Listening for a moment, Phil
lips said, "I know all about that That
house belongs to Sydney Bob, and I pretty
sure he got some rum ; let's go and see?"
And so we went, and sure enough, there
was "Sydney Bob," the mission printer, and
one or two other beach-combers, discuss
ing the merits of a keg of old New Eng
land rum, which the Sprinter aforesaid, had
brought with him from a recent vi3it to
oar brig. We received a boisterous wel
come, and Phillips and 1 were immediately
furnished each with a tin cup full of the
fiery stuff. Phillips took hi3 dose down
as kindly as a babe would take to its
mother's milk, but it was most decidedly
up-hill work with me to swallow the burn
ing potion, a little of which I did manage
to get down, although with a wry bee and
a disturbed stomach. Bat to see those
men pouring down one tin pot full of raw
rum after another, was to me a perfect
matter of wonderment. They soon began
to. get garrulous, but the printer and Phil
lips held their senses better than tbe rest.
The latter informed tbe typo that I bad
been a "book-maker as he styled it, aad
of coarse the Free-masonry of the ''art
and mystery" of Faust and Gotten berg
brought us at once on friendly terras. He
remembered having met me before at Mbi
wa, but did not then knew that I was a
typo. Bat now, takiag me aside, he ex
patiated on tbe delights of a printer's life
in Fiji!, compared with a life in a dviKzed
country. "Why," said be, "in Losdos or
'ew York, in order to get a bare living,
one has to work steadily bom Moaday
meraiag &atit SatanJay Bight, ad often
on Sesdsys toe ; whereas, here m the Fi
jiiovyes gob -work when yes feel Mtte k,asd
6.00 PER YEAR.
lay off os the ants when yea efcoeee.
Leave the brig, my boy, ad step wHk
Phillips; he will take care of you, m4
when you wmtafittk "trade" to ImyekHk
with, why take a week's tars at type-stiek-iog
for the missionaries."
Here was a aether stmsg iadnceaoct
thrown out for me to cosamit whtvt I mtf
almost designate as the criae, of desert! sg
the ship aad the captain, who bed so uei
formally treated me with kindness.
Phillips, although he had drank several
huge potations with "Sydney Bob," did
not appear to be much affected, and after
an hoar's stay at the scene of the debases,
which was by tbat time getting to be fast
and furious, he, at my earnest request, bid
good-bye to the bacchanalians, and with
some difficulty we got away and embarked
on our canoe to cross the river to Phillips'
house. As we neared the middle of the
stream, a long double canoe hove in sight,
coming np stream and rounding a bend of
the river. At a signal from the chief, oar
rowers paused. As the other canoe came
up, a few words were passed after the
usual salutations and then both canoes
proceeded to the landing in front of Phil
lips' house. The new-comer was deeply
laden with hogs, yams and fruits, intended
for one of Phillips' brothers, who lived
farther np the river. Tho produce was
sent as a tribute to him from one of his
lands. But Phillips unceremoniously gob
bled up the whole and had it stowed away
in his own store-houses, sending his broth
er's people home again empty-handed.
This proceeding, I took the liberty of say
ing to Phillips, appeared to me as rather a
high-handed one. He laughingly replied
that it was Fijii fashion that whoever was
the strongest did as he pleased with tho
weakest. My subsequent experience in
the world has proved to my satisfaction
that those islanders did not differ much
from tbe rest of mankind in tho applica
tion of the doctrine that "might makes
A day or two spent in this dolce far
nienie style of life, when we received in
telligence that the brig had anchored at
the mouth of the river. So one fine morn
ing, we hoisted sail on our boat, and with
Phillips on board, proceeded down the
river to join our vessel. We were pretty
deeply loaded with tortoise-shell, and one
of the chiefs canoes was similarly laden.
Altogether we had about four or five tons
of tortoise-shell, and about a thousand
pounds or sandal-wood. The captain was
well pleased with the results of our trip,
and made Phillips, who had been mainly
instrumental in securing our success, very
welcome on board. He remained with us
three or four days, and enjoyed his regular
grog and pipo with all the gusto of on old
Oar cook was a very black man, quite
old, a native of Salem, who having been a
number of voyages with the captain, was
a great favorite with him, and consequent
ly was allowed extraordinary liberties.
Phillips and tho cook got quite familiar,
and the former used to spend a good deal
of his time at tho galley door, spinning
yams. But this sort of pastime was sud
denly cut short one day, by Phillip3 gravely
asking the old darkey to show him his tail.
The cook opened his eyes to their fullest
extent,and asked what he meant by "tail."
"Why," said Phillips, quite seriously, "I
have always heard that you black men are
nothing but monkeys, and have tails all
the eame as them ; but you are bigger and
can talk, and wear trowsere, so we can't
see your tails. Come, let me see yours."
The cook paused a moment, and tben his
rage burst forth in a perfect torrent of pro
fane invective, and seizing a dipper full of
hot water out of his coppers, dashed it at
the retreating Phillips, who however, suc
ceeded in reaching the quarter-deck, on
scathed, where sat tbe captain, convulsed
with laughter. It was himself who had
pat Phillips np to playing off this joke on
the cook. '
After the lapse of about a week from
tbe time when we left Bewa-town, Phillips
being still on board, tbe king, his brother,
and Kangariungio, his younger brother,
paid us a visit in state, in three immense
double canoes. None were allowed oa
board except the chiefs, their families, and
their immediate attendants, and the ca
noes with their crowds of occupants were
veered off astern, hanging bylines. We
had no reason to suspect any violence from
the natives, but tbe captain deemed it pru
dent to take every precaution against gar
prise. Our guests were entertained in the
cabin to the best of oar ability, aad appar
ently much to their own satisfaction. The
fat old king, and Ms eqaaffy (at fair ami
forty" queen, drank their glass of rata, and
munched their bases! t and salt beef, as
though they liked it hagely. Their twa
children, a boy of seventeen aad a girl of
fifteen, were two of the finest
of humanity not quite developed, that eaa
be imagined aflKog savagett Ttll, sBm,
light cooiplexioned aad weH-foatarsd. Tbe
girl princess, perhaps I sfcoald eaS bar
was particularly ratersatiag is apcianaia,
very saodesi is domoaaor, aad wiifc a iaa
ly chiseted fee tbat saht ha aaswwait
as a BKxfel for a Yeaae'd XeAei. la As
atiag Hae, tbe prise aad pfinssai aaisf
tsurtaoa'shr Im a sisMSaJsnV sSjaJTS'
I ...-" pms st nsisa nsHb,
A3TD JOB ' 0 3
TBS AaT7" 0VfR3
I ao is fj.i isl to atasatt all
iud m m mm
or rvT wmcKirrmi,
WTTK mLLVm ill KBTrASUt.
which parcook a sBatuT the oeaaahsii,
attrftW with drM apaiat, aM li tub) alii
prsatiMly with winlaawn. c
Daring tbe sfca of tbe May aad Ma pat
if on board, PbWps spent bis tine am tin.
fcruottMts, talkiaf with an ia low toaas.
aboat tbe project of my laaBla, awjr.
Tbe brig was to sail tbe zt ska;, kr Xa
bhIa, a&d PbsWpa anesajed eaev Matlasi
oa a aigmi of a Kghia aasaafeaoe erer ,
tbe aide at any bear dwtsWHBfMght, a
eases with two of bit ataa, tasrsKiiy -
tkmed oa tbe ISMte iabvad of XabobM,
sear whisk we lay , weajd eoee caT for ate
neteJRewm. Tbk andwetaed,
another yonagotor am board, a Saetet bay.
this narrative, to where tbe ebief aad
I sat on the bowsprit, sd wade a ppcaoei
tion to the former to amist bias ia raaaraa;
away from the brig. PhiitifM aad I ex
changed quick glaacesv aad after a aaaae.
he said, "Yes,. bey; Una fee" asiatiag
to tae "wiH tell yoa aM abeet it." Siort-
ly after, he and tbe royal party hid a 1
well, and sailed away ap the river.
So it was settled tbat I aad By
Jim Bkkford for tbat was ok :
were that night to shake off tbe oeiy tie
which boaad ae to ear native lead aad to
the customs of dviaaatiofi, and go adrift
araoBg savages. I aad tae aeeaer-wetaa
from eight o'dock until tea, aad was to be
relieved by Jim, aad dariag, bis wateb.we
were to make the signal for the canoe.
To U coaKattesLj
Has's Oaiarx. There are two oaaealnr
theories prevalent coacetsioc; the eaaseof
man's progress In society. Oae Is, that avut
being endowed with a capacity for InveaHoa,
had progressed from barbs rtm to dilllaa
tion br faculty alone. The rival taaorv.
whilst It does not deny progreMlyo IaeroTe
ment, affirm tbat there are acts Is tbe caee
which neither of these circumstance wll re
solve or explain, and therefore malBtala that
some external communication baa bees at
some time given or matte to maoaloa, orisrl-
rjauDfr or aiamp; an acTewpemeac, aael list
barbarism Is a degenerate and not a sonaal
condition ofhumanlty. Tbe latter potet was
ably enforced by Archbishop Whatelj le hk
-.assay on wiviuzauoD. Area Dhaop. Waal
ely's arguments, although attacked by varloas
opponents, most recently b; SirJo&a Lae
bock, still remain firm and unshaken. We
may grant to Sir John all his bet aad spoij
to tbem successfully tbe ArehbbBos'a br.
pothesls; while they are admitted facia fa
the case which Sir John's h jpotbesi will aot
explain. iue mere multiplication or sack
facts as those collected by Sir John Lubbock
adds nothing to tbe evidence In the point at
Issue. "The important question' says
Ilumbolt, "has not yet been resolved, wheth
er tbe savage state, which even In America
Is found In various gradation. Is to be
looked upon as the dawning of a society
about to rise, orwbether it is not the rather
fading remains of one sinking amidst storms,
overthrown by overwhelming catastrophe.
To me tbe latter seems to be nearer the trath
than the former." Max Mailer says: "JUftr
as we can trace back the. .footsteps ot man,
even on the lowest strata, of history, we see
that the Divine gift of a sound and sober la
tellect belonged to bin from tbe very Srst ,
and the Idea of humanity emergl&jr tlewW
from the depths of animal brntaUtj will ae.
er be maintained again." Jfiebuhr alee ex
pressed bis eoevlcuon that all savsce art
the degenerated remains of more ctrHiaal
races who have been overpowered br eae-
rules and driven to seek safety In wose atd
wasse places mi mer naa rorgouea aet H
the arts of settled life, and ---- - - mi
Into tbe state In which they are sw foattl.
Tbe learned 'researches of Prof. Ikwlliwoa.
ail icaa 10 tae saiae conciasiou. rre a BOW
tbat, within certain limits, savages are capa
ble of some improvement, a mleht hatW.
pected where reason is added to iastiaet.
But we hold that tbe theory of man karlBg
raiscu uiuiscji, uy epuaiaucoB ana ptegres
slve developement, from a primitive state,
and from yet lower forms or orgaak life. U
not supported by proof. Tbe theory of Di
vine Interposition Is tbe true sclentitc ex
planatlon, inasmuch as It atone meet all tha
bet of the cast Leiturt Hour.
AccoBDnia to tbe OauhU of Paris, the
French Minister of "War ha recently passed
an order for 10,000,000 sheets of paper for
the manu&cture of cartridges, the entire
quantity to be delivered wKaia Sve week.
Another Indication of peace a4ded to Um
Last Votes. Accordlsz to aa Karika
Journal, when a Quakeress apprcQ la per
son, at SiCeas, u iBpport iter cumb, rtte re
vising barrister, Mr. T. Campbell rosier,
said: If entitled to vote as aesabera, why
sboold not ladles be entitled to K tars-
bers? Further, If members of ParHaawat,
why might they not be la tbe Mraistrvf
Why might not a lady be the CaaaeeHer of
the Exchequer, or the Prime Minister; Bat
snpposlncall this to have takes pise, look
lag at the matter in the ihrbt af scsaaiaa
sense, be conld not but taluk that It woaM
be turning our laws and oar CoeatHetioa,
and everrthlne beloealas: to It tato aoaaa-
thlng like ridicule; If, for Instaace, It was
announced upon iae eve ot oar laey caaa
cellor of tbe Exchequer eringtaa; ferta aer
financial statement, that she had Jest been
confined ot a fine boy, or tbat the PtiaM
Minister was unable to) answer isas la-
portant question, beeaase a! the moaxiat aa
was In the lobby nursta; ker baay. Tartexr,
as the lady wished to be treated Uk a saaa,
Mr. Foster went oa to say, he ihnafcl tea
aer itw. tor atasuaf; a mvosoa niataa,
Osce upon a time, ia oae of tae Boatk
ABteriew MepaWict, tae sa4rieterf warse
q nested the minister af tb ary tQ Base tha
nary of tae repabne, temmnam at osse
schoeeer, at the alaseaal of taa tteesje,
thattaey might have tiiaiaiHala i lethe
salt of war. The wlaljtn ofaaiaswy aaata
coaster to wber taa isboar was, aetata.
rr otaar. Tfcs Lord Sick Aaaairal
"Your faeeUeaer-tt Is aaasaaaala, Taa
mast be aware that tak is a seaeoaer af state
Titer Is avtmafer tare haaSrsa
mea Is her." - Q
TaestenioM satt ra tae pry oK wroia
Smnx Cmn tern, jbtawmensat. Taa CaC
tamMiM the Mliialaaj as a'saaa eswe lot
rMlssasaB assttUI of tma t ai
tlx part (fleeted vata as watar ka wfeaea Os
potatoes were botsad, as hat a taa ap
se, lUiiiMuMsovy ssasBfe gwvasrao aaa. xas
sts will be maaved. oruH saat sV'.irt.,
the aezt mmim7 feet of tjMsaertcoS
sets ran atatk! salaat have Metr beea
taaaat by jtssaMMIliM of tfearai aad
"iBiaoastato-ranaiiaj;. Xafce mosb.
HtMYft An tOM 01kBl,OMt m4 MbV JSm Ml
ffjfcftffji WLmam fff fhat asMeeTaa. '