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luc ri-i i) t i Mrnryn ifirtfliriartirnr rfMtJnTttiitif-iSjiaiiit-i
Igauraiiait feeffc,
ITBUSHBD
Every "Wednesday Morning,
AT SIX DOLLARS PER AXWUSr.
Foreign S nKrrlrer. -.00 lo $10.00.
Ofncs Oc Qoeen Street, in the old
GwtM Ho$ Bwildirur, Ilotxthittt, IT. L
AWAIIAIN
GAZETTE
BOOK" ANT) .TO"R
FEINTING ESTABLISHMENT.
TIIT3 OFFICE 13 NOW PREPARED
TO EXEOUTE ALL. ORDERS
For Plain and Fancy Printing,
VOL. YI-NO. 42.!
OF EVERT DESCKlPTIOS.
HONOLULU, AVEDNESDAT, NOVEMBER 2, 1870.
SG.00 PER TEAR. TTITir 2ZEAT&ESS tfc DISPATCH
I' III I aaai iakikl4 by X. IUrut at the Gtm j
east MMaae; Win. aa wtVasa iO km slant aacnnaaln- j
BUSINESS NOTICES.
ALEX. CAMPBELL,
aicrclaant Tailor,
aa-. Qua. osnsala. otsanettcO E. "WTWm?' Fwraltare
J Waw-Hu.'tn lya
1V.H. III'.mIIIBYS,
IXPwSTEH AND WHOLESALE DEALER
la Wseea, AH farter. Ac. Ac. Jiaveaaat street
a. . -
CA.STL.lt
cnoiiC,
IXPuVRTERS. HENEEAL KEECHANTS, AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
nm. m atMi. mil in the .' Chapel
Hawaii,
- MsssatseatijaaaL aad eatier Sural
.of Wai.ll i EaSna. Kaaai.
i IUa nantallea. aaauu.
KUl Of SCV.
lj
II1.V ISICIX.1KUSOA".
iirresxKs akd sBALat ix boots.
SHOES
r.rt mmi Mil kill Stm. BMMial.
a In. A.at lar IW RinuH baay Co-
a. c. mjrrr.M, si.
PST PHTS1CIAX, AXD SUBSEOIT.
wr, CI Ml,
JI1A II. IWTY,
KMary PsWtt ul Cvasaitsieser of Seeds
V k. Cow CaUlnto. 0c. Mthr Bkrfh
1 Sum. H-m4ul..
iii-i.i.-c;iia?i .t co.,
ixrexiras ass bealess ix haedwaez,
CMkn. rr Olril. PlMtr a OS, ut tiwlil Mw
r. r. imm. - witeu
AI.V3IS .t WII.II"K.
AWTTONEEES AND COJTXISSION KEECHANTS,
II. II.lCKn.Lt A: CO..
6 ENEEAL COJIM1SSI0N AGENTS.
Uaiaa carrot. Hoaalaia. H. I. Qj
ED. B0FFS CHL AEQER & CO.,
nOKTEES AND C01EHISSION KEECHANTS,
tiiuoioi:ij c. iii.ucia:
ECPSSTEB AND C0XKISS10N. KER CHANT.
Moolala. Oaba. H- L lT
r. A. scuAi2r1.it jt co.,
OOMMISSI0N MERCHANTS,
at; M.oiia. Oaha. II. I. if
c. a. umu j. c. nicis.j
lewkus .t nxcx:sov.
IXPWKTESS ASD DEALERS IN LUEBEE,
A ad all klaaa aWfldit Malarial., Fort Stlaat, Haaalala
g- lj
ALLEN & CHILLINGWORTH;
ICAtVAlllAK, HAWAII,
TjrwgaamtiBttM'Oaa.ialMw.TMliacaDd&tMiaiaagbmat..
at Ca. taw port, wlier. tker are prcuanrt to fanaiaa live
Jaattr eetrkratrd Swaiba. Potato aad rack attwr Kt
crwa a ar. raaairad br waaUakipa. at tke ukafliit aotice
aatf am Hat aaart raatoaaM. tanaa. firewood alway. aa
elr
JOII.A X. IVAXUKIIOCSX".
IJIPOSISI- AND DEALER IN GENERAL
JTEECHANDISE.
1 Straet, Hiw-ala. H. I. 1,
av. i. iii:iri",
GENERAL OOH5USSI0S AGENT AND BROKER,
0aetni. ia'mflaiaaa tjaeeai rX. HsaolKks, H.
; n
JIcCOLKAA v aoituso",
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Tarteu, HoaohUa, oapoftleT C HeacA'. ly
C. IS.
JLANUFAUTUREE,
AVIL.LIA3IS.
ECPeETER AND DEALER
ta
Fai aitajee Wi
Cfcaoc', rwouvraiu. (Utimr Work
akoa at tke old mad . Hotol Street, near Fart.
in
OiaiiaiaalaotaaiawariaaiaaraMiadilta.
BOOT AND SHOE 'KTtt,
Kaat ScroK. at to too Bethel. HonoMm.
L
SI. X. DOXAELL,
CABINET XAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
Khar StraoC Boajatala. oapoalte twi.' Coapor SboD. WIB
41 j bar and eoH aecood-baod Kara it are. flji
XIIXJO. 11. IAVICS,
lata Jaaaan. Saa A Oa.'
IMPORTER AXD COH1IISSI0N MERCHANT,
Llai aad the Idrarnai Cawrctor.
Ik Ha ad Foraica Maria Iaaaraaee CoaiiaEj,
aad
jMrtajora A,
1IY3I.1A 1IKOXXIEKS,
IKPdRTEES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
la llitli. all Oothlai. Hau. Okfa. Boot.'5boM. aad
af C,aliaia' araw4uar Oooda. Saow.
J. f.
nun.
AVALKKi:
t. C. AUXX.
Ac ALI.E.,
SHIPPING
iS
and coiaossioN jieechants, j
aooa Straet, laaanralm. H. L
ly
1 I. TOKBEUT.
DEALER IN LUKBER AND EVERT KIND OF
BUILDING MATERIAL.
Oeiaa Ca Qaeea aad Fort etreets. lyt
HOLIES .t CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS & COXXISSIOX HERCHANTS
Irtaratar atteatkla raid to the
aaraWae aad aale af Haaaiiaa rtadata.
aaTaaa at nawiiaaiT ea
CI.
a Co,
H Hark
jCaatlot
H HteM i Oa.
O.
auboae.
;-ijc
c
choc xioo.-v.
Oozsissioa He recast txi General Aest,
Xapartar of Tbas aad other CMmi aad rareicn Gooda,
Whohiuati Beater la Hawaaaa Pradaee, and A rent for tb.
raakaa aad .ia aav Haatattaaa. Ffre-Fjf
Sare a Saaaoa Slreot, bolaw KUr. a-lyt
VOLCANO HOUSE,
CRATER OF SLLAOEA. HA'WAIL
weg THIS ESTABLISIIJIEXT IS SOW .
op,a tor 'tha raoefiOoa of naiton to the Tokaao
llaaie. who aaay rWe on lindiaf canfiatablf roonu. a good
tabic, and prmj-t atteaiaace. Experienced guMci for the
Craxar always oa hand.
STEAK AND SULPHUR BATHS !
Eanei Grained and Stabled if Desired.
CHAUGES BEASOXABLE.
Parties riatmsf the Tokaao Tia HBo, can procure aaisial.
warraated to make the Journey, ly D. II. Ilirrxcocx, Eaq.
S ltt)
ED1VIA" JOES,
GROCER AND SHIP CHANDLER,
loahalna, laul.
1tetj aad Hcxxils f ttrnlhrl U Ship ca tbe meat fror-
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
COXSTAXTIT ON UAXD and for Sale,
froza the well-known
WAIHEA TAISEUT, C. SOTLET, Prop
t-lj-tc A. S. CUM HOES. Agoav
Kahili ' awsOaaa u
r. JstsasVO wmj Wi
VMvl Wlm'i ra i M n.hiai .
hiaar Isawlaad Mala I Lis. IiwiiiiOl.
IM, BaM Hml,
i
BUSINESS NOTICES.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
STBAM BXGIXKS, Snirar ?Illl,
iira'-iTT'1 ''" Cooler.. li..ttraM aad 1 Cartings.
Machinery of Every Description,
i jr Made lo Ortlar.
Particular attention paid to Ship't Blaekinuthing.
- JOB WOBK fiwulrf Hi. rtxrtot mule. fH-lefi
JOII .. ?IcICim . SI. X..
( Lle 5vfMB r. ?. Amir. )
Can be cttiiHri a bb reeuteare on tsaetdeta 51, between
- Nmiifl oH Fort SMrrt, ly
House,
Ship and Sign Painter,
o. 93 Klllj; Street,
INeirij aspi He limn. JWofcSMai A On.
(Inlatkf liarMiaf, audio. Caleootlaiue. fif-
g. c , lc. executed on u. ttamtl &iwf.
WSl. snwcoMi:,
DENTIST
Office, Cor. Fart & Hotel Streets.
k. c. CfilLlxnrL. r. x. zlckc
CIlAIIV?IX3Ii .V; CO..
ISTP0 SIXES AKD BEALZSS IS -vnSXS.
SfMta. Aim. it. So. S. DDaiiStrH, affd(kKvcbut
m, Boautala
A. S. CI.KGHOILV
WHOLESALE AND SET AIL DEALER IN
GENERAL EEBCHASDIS11,
iir. on Nnuuin Strt. .ad ub xa cwwr
e To-t aa4 H.rtvl Stru. 1J-16
uoiui nrc B.X.T. uxtix
C. ItUElVl'.K .fc CO..
SHIPPING AND
C0IOIISSI0N MERCHANTS,
HOOl.tt.U,-iI. 1.
ACSHVTS Or the Itoiton .11 Honolulu Packet
1.1 tic.
AGKYTS Knr tUr JIakcc, Wallnkn and liana
Plantatlonft.
AGUT For tlic Purcliuc aud ale of Ittaiul
Produce -1,6
. r. EBLEES. A. JAZ4.ES.
11. x i.iix,x:rs a- co..
DEALERS IN DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
MERCHANDISE,
rirr-acr.rfFtare CP Fort f-l.. r Odd FtU.. HaV g-ljt
I". A. SCIIAIJI'KIS.
AGBXT Tor the I1UEJIEX IIOAUD of
CNWX1I KITttkS
Arwt ar rke Driwdea Baard of tjaderwreten,
Aeat tke Vieaaa Board of Cnderartten.
:! ft
C. S. IIAIIXOtV,
AU CTIO NEER,
StViTaaat ea u Street, 00. door fraae Eaafaraann
ittt. 1MJ6
si. a. auiviiAi;3i .t co..
LKFOETEES AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
Id rtffciorWe Clo(b:iir Hale, Ca, Bouu. cam and
erorj tarjoty f Geotlesiei.. raperKT I'unuabinic Good.
Stare ia Makoe'i Hock, Oaeea street, H.aakala, H. I
.-j Ilj
ATOSG .t ACIICCIC.
Importer., Whole Ale and Retail Dealer:
General Herthasiite,
AwdOAa Hull, ta thrtre-ioof Stare ca Xaaaaa Street,
aaXor tWraMirrlan. S-1)
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
SOTAKY I'TLIILIC,
Uik. HaaaH.
P.T6
si. ir'i'ii:L.i,
WAGON AND CARRIAGE BUILDER,
7G KI117 treet, Ilonoltiln.
Kajadnoc dove with care aajd neat. JtV
Blackemtllifiii; aa Horoh-imr. M 7n
I fl eai the ntber Itdand? proicrtlT exocated. 4-lr
J. NOTT & CO.,
3PxcctiCinl Braziers,
COl'I'EK TIN SMITHS, make every de
eriptiun uf wurk is their line. nfeJ to Plant a
tiune or eitewbere. Tber mho keep on hasd a fall
aaiatteatint of
Sbeet Copper, Sheet Tin,
SlteeA Lead. Sbeet Iron.
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
Soft Bra?! SoMer, r.il Ean,
Preseed Bpatat Cor erf.
BUot aad Titreed Rivet.-.
Copper Ritete. etc.
Ale an baad.'a few nwre of
TIIOSC SPL13.VD1D COOKIXG STOVES,
ReenfTed by the "Syren."
"Cattan Plant" and "Gray Jackets." together
whb a rariety of Japanned Ware, aad many articled
ssefal in the Kite ben. r Work on BaiWtorr,
each as ratter. poat?. water-pipef . Ac. Ship-work
will sect with prompt attention at No. V Kaahaaana
Street. 13-lj6
. JA3IKS I.. LKVtlS,
COOPER AND GAUGER,
At the Old Stad, corner King aad Betid Streets.
A Larr Stock af OU Shook, aad all kinds of Oooperief
M.tcciala eoanauUy )n baad. He boaea by atteatsaa to
kaetaest to ajartt a coauaaaacc of the patroaage abicb he
ha. hciofoTa onjoyad, aad for vbjeh. ha now return, hi
ttaafca. Hat
a. ii. xxio3iiso."v,
GENERAL BLACKSMITH,
Qsees Street, Hosoldc,
II u coaetaatly oa hand aad fcr .ale at the Lowest Market
Prioea. a goodaMonaaeat 4 the BT Benaed Bar Iran, aad
the Beet IBaekeawtb-t Coal. vl,e
v. 11. jc c. SEi:iAii:.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPER SMITHS, AND
SHEET IRON WORKERS,
Nncann Street, bcrtreen Herd art and Qceen.
Hare coaetantlr oa haad. Sturca. Piae. Galraaized
Iran Pipe. Plain aad Him Iiibe.SiorvXiCl.,, Iadia
Babber IUe U.C ply. in length, of 25 aad U
kfeet. wrlkcooauag, aad r4pe comatete. Batb-Tuta,
a eery large Hots ol llaware of every de-
Parrkwlr atteatioa girea to 5bir-ro.k. Orders from the
other Iafaad will be ureAallT atteaded to.
TbaaUal to the Ouaea. of Hoaorala aad the Idaads
giaoraajr Jer their liberal patroaige ia thepait, we hat by
fart attention ta bcainea. ta aura the saise far the future.
Carriage and Sign Painting.
THE UXDERSJGJfKD harlaci c
' arocsraa Ui. eerrtcet wT a ecaapateat -V ja
.oflaaa.i.a nreoaredtoexecat&c?
aB arders In the use of CAK1A6 and SIGN' 1'AIMjXC
4ta Ia a JIanner to Warrant Satiafacticn. -S
M. BESFTBLD.
XKea T6 King Street, UVnolulu.
It. IIVCKOIT,
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUJIEER,
Sag Street, next to the Seamen' BtheL
Has u Vaad. Bath-Tcbs, tTaterVxets, trash-Easlss,
Farce aad lilt Fuel's. Lead and Galraatz. lioa Pipea,
and rtuailvr'f Bran-aorks. Beiagtbe oajy rlaavdveriatke
city, be will execute all croers ontrusud to him In a wcrk
maanfce manner. lm
BANK EXCHANGE.
THE UXDEUSIGXED beg to noUfy the
public that they hare re-opened the abore well
known and popular Saloon, where will always be
found an assortment of the
Best Wines, Liquors and Ales,
that the market aSerds. and csetamers may be assur
ed that they will nd an experienced bar-tender, and
every attention to their comforts.
The Billiard Room, which ia the largest and coolest
in the city, contains
THREE SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES!
With all the Latest Improvements.
G. C. SIDEES. I . .
J. C. CLUXET. t ""Fricton.
Hosolulc, Sept. 27, 1S70- jr-3o
i HI
fcraanoa.
FOREIGN NOTICES.
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping '& Commission
.I I K II C II A . X S .
405 Treat" Street, corner of Clay, San Fraaeitco
-
The Australian Steam Navigation Go's
Patent Slip & Engineering Works,
STDASV, N. S. "V.
All ci..F, ot KaciDwtnj Work, Irea jCj
2J6l4icklI-''tM'c ) rmrtl blr'i rnatr,sIIS
furMfl cAmfrfy 4 ciptt.lj. AS VrflP( f tfec
6 J-RKII. n. TROOTON-. nr.
LEARM0NTH. DICKINSON & Co.,
tdm:y, x. s. iv..
General Commission A
Wilt at lead t. tke f Saad. kb I,Uaa Pmlnra, and
annate Sac advaacc on mm.
f W. L GREEN BoadBtn
MAC.nLA, IiLAIR t Oa. . San FmdM
-S , u
it. j. ioi.si:i.
COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
41 and i- llMckmt't . JS.ck.-ff . CaUfernia Strnt, 5aa
4S) rraacuco. OaliloraU. lj(
-Ulfisoi
Urs. Brown Ca ..Sac Freafa.
Maura. C Adctpk ! A Co faa rraachea.
.Mcam. Hnair A Krraaan fan Iraarwo.
Mnsa II. HutMd A Ou Hoaolala.
s. s. vnuuii, b. r. tUMHits, e. s xauix.
WILLIAMS. BLAKCHASD & Q0..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, j
4c Ncv as CaUfmita SDrrt, M TraaciKD. S
fOBX X'CUtU,
Ia-tlaii4.
. C. XtASlU.
S. F. Cat
ItTCRAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
FORWARDING AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Port-land, Oregon,
IIrtIbc been erre4 in oar present Vaslaes? tnr npwards
0tvf4reTeara,andeeaelcatediiia rtre-aroaf Brick Baild
diax. vre are prefAred to receiTe aaddMrwa fltbuid Sr.alei,
racfi as Sugar. Sjrrapa, ESce.rnrtt. Coffee, etc, to adrantaa.
OaatraAents epectatle .oHcited iT the Orafoa Market, ta
kick iroaa) attaation win be paid, aad cpoa waicb caa
adraace. U1 he made abea raairea.
kxrxixiicu
Chorion W Crrokl ...San rnuxlHa
J C Merrtn t Oj
Fred lice "
BUyara Uadeabeier. . .. .. .......... "
3aam Patrick a Oa. "
WaTOafoauntOa.
StcTaaa. BakaraOa "
AUea k Lewb rortkad
laddaTiltoa
Uoaard.nea 1-lrS
FLINT, PEABODY & Co.,
SHIPPING AND
Commission rVSerchants,
ASD A8EiTS Of
PACIFIC BARREL AND KEG COJIFANT.
Arevrroared to raraMi Kcs aad BUIEI 5 books ia aar
aaaatitj reoaired and reanectfaQj MUch cuaelgaaaeau cf
&agar aae 1 iaoa tTaaaoe.
-1 irr to-
Mem Sfchor A Oa.
eain II UackfaU A Go
Meotrt Ckttte A Cooke
Mearff Walker A Allea
.HoaaUru.
.Iloacdahi.
OFFICKl
No. 4U California Street, San Frnncl.co.
i:. 31. VA IKi:i.
COMMISSION MERCHANT
ICni.:a a, Japan.
nTtiip the brtf 0aCi.it.t- throuitb an iittniat cxoTiction
with tb Jatiu tnk4 for tb? jft etkt yr. i ptYp-uva
to trmscf aaT 1umds eatrcsteti to bis cere rb t&pateh.
17- lT
XAHGLEY, CS0WELL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Cor. Battery & Clay S ts, Sis Francisco. fei
RliY, MEL'S
choice
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
RT1I.MEL S IHLANG-IHLANG. VANDA.HEN.
: na. Jickey Club, Frangipane, aad other per
fumes of .exquisite fragrance.
RIM.MEL S Larendar Water, distilled from Mit
ehatn flowers.
. Risamel's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its nsefnl
and sanitary properties.
Kiifitnel's Extract of Lime Joke and Glycerine, the
best preparation for the hair, especially ia warm eli
Taates. Riatacl's DBgocg Oil Soap, perfumed with Anstra
lian Eaealyptas.
Rirsasls' Glycerine. Hasey, Windsor and other
Toilet Soaps!
Riaataei t Rose Water. Costume and Floral Crack
ers, rerr amusing for balls and parties.
Riwtoel's Violet. Rese4eaf, Rice, and other Toilet
Powders.
3. A liberal allowance to shippers.
EUGENE R IMM EL.
Ferf atner to II B H tke Priacof s of VFatei, 96, Strand,
1, Kegeat street, ana rt. t;rabUI, London;
17. HMterarcl ox itane&t, rarts, aad
f. King's
Koad Brfckim.
SoM by all Ferfumerr Teadors.
ST-ly
ZEE- VOSS,
So. 5 Merchant Street, opposite the faOor't Home,
GENERAL UPHOLSTERER,
IX ALL ITS JtRAXCHES,
HAS CONSTA-VTIT. OX HAAD a. Tarlrtv
f H0iIIMDE IXE-VITUEK, which he nffn fbr
! JT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES, cotMutiog ut
Set of
BEST 3 LACS "WiXSUT PARLOR rURKITTJEE,
SpriDp-Bavft ut Chain, Looripw aad Mtttrassn.
I!ur aud pniic UtUtraset-, haJc a&d Sfp-
OoT?r nuwsW to rAer.
Old rurnimre RoLTpIioMfrea,
Kepairfd and Tan.isl.ed. with stlltUctxxi warTasted.
m Call arid cxaiaiM oj Atock tdcre jmarhxaag tUe-
Tcraf ReasMiaUe. All ortler frocx EMp-autert acd
tb "tlser I!a&d(t, yM I prcsopUx atteaid t. 5-ly
PE0T0GRAPHY!
L-ajroTentent is the Order of the Day.
HAVING CONSTRUCTED A NEW SKYLIGHT,
and made various other improvenieots, I hope
now to be able to suit the toast fastidioca with
A Ilioto;rrapH of any .Size,
From a Crystal to a Mammoth, taken is the Best
Style of Art, and en the oost reasonable terms.
Also, for-tale, views of the Islands. Portraits c
the Kings, Queens, and otherNotables.
H. L. CHASE.
32-ly Fort Street.
C. V. GREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, Tfanafictajeri and Dealers
In all kinds of Soap. Beef, Mutton, aad Goat
TallowWanted
OSee, 30 Fort Sect, where orders will be received
aad promptly trtended to. fS9
GE0RI;E VTII.I.IAJIS,
LICENSED SHIPPING AGENT,
0e a on Janes Rchinxca : Co'a Wharf,
Continues the business on Lis old. plan cf settlias; wit
oficcrs aad seamoa immediately on their skippreg at his
ofiee. Harinr no direct criiidirectcoaBea. -aithacyout-2tsmg
establishment, aad allowing no debts U. '( collected
la LisoSos, he hopes tortra aa good srtlrrrtl.TTi -n tbe fa
tara aa ha has In th. past. tea
SUGAll & .MOLASSES
into, 11. 1. 'o
and Molasses,
CUor XOIV COMIXK IX, and for sole
in quantities to :-iit purchasers, by
TALKER Ji ALLEN. A pent!.
0N0MEA PLANTATION.
Sugrtir mill riIoIaC! Crop 1STO
C0MINO IK. FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, hy
-3m WALKER 1 ALLEN. Artnts,
PRINCEVILLB PLANT ATIOI?.
Suprar and IilaM-! Crop 1870
COMIXG IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
t jnit purchaser:, ct
l-m WALKER i ALLEN. Agents.
MAKEE PLANTATION.
JVctv Crop oP Snfj.tr Jc 3IoIii.c.x
VfOW COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
JL titiej to suit porebafers 1t
C. BREWER S CO.. Acent.
WALLUKU PLANTATION.
VfEW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SATE
JLN in quantities to suit pnrehaser?. by
Mm C. BBKWBR A CO.. Agents.
SUGAR of SUPERIOR QUALITY,
fX QU.VXTITII'.S TO SUIT PURCHASERS
X and at Reasonable Prices, far rale by
Im F. A. SCHAKFER A CO.
COASTERS.
For Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
jD&i Schr. Active,
P. 3IEU.ISII yiaiter,
Will ran as s regular packet to the above ports.
For freight or passage apply to
l-m WALKTR i ALLEN. Acent.
Regular Packet for Mojokai.
Schr. Pauahi, d!L
ItAt-LISTElt, ...... JIa.ter,
Will ma a s rejralar packet between Honolulu
and lolokai, touch ing at Eaonakafcai and 1'ukoo.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on
ooara or
l-3m H. rRKNDERG AST. Arcnl.
INSURANCE NOTICES.
THE fflUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
OF -Yir J'OifA'.
Cash Assets, over... $36,000,000 J
Cash Dividends in ISCS,. . . .$3,2j7.137.2C.
The Largest Life Insurance Company
JiT THE WORLD!
Premiums mtit lie Paid Scmt-Au-n
ii a 1 1 j- or Quarterly.
ADAMS & WILDER,
H-lt6 Agents for the Hawaiian Island.
IMPERIAL FIRE IXSCRAXCE COjIPAXT
Of London. Instituted 1803.
CASH CAPITAL, 65,000,000 In GOLD.
THE OT5ERSIGNED ara prepared to issue tocicies on
Fire Rwks or without the average dauej on
Plaaution X!aild;tit aid Macblaery. Prtrate Dvrlfln;,
Brick, ftoae and tVooden itseo, 4ercbaodie. Orals, Lcm
ber, bips in Port, Ac, oj the must farorabW terms.
WA11 Losses Adjusted and Paid for here.-S
Tor particulars apply at the tmce of
WALKEC A ALLEN,
2cMy Aceots far the Hawaiian Iklands.
3ICIICIIAATS' JHITl'AL
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of San Francisco.
THE UNDER SIGNED liavlncr teen ap
pelated Areata f'-r tke above CcfftpaBV, are prepared
to issue PoUeies on Cargoes, Krelclita aad Treas
ure. WALKER A ALLEN.
I-Sm Annts. Hoaoiala.
SAN FKANCISCO
BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
ri'HE UNDERSIGNED having been ap.
JL pointed Agents fjr the San Fraosisco Hoard of Cnder
wnter,, eoBprisiDg tbo " "
California Insurance Company,
yirrrhaiita'31utual3Iar!ne Ins. Co.,
pacific Insurance Company,
California I.loyit'a, and
Home JIutual Insurance Company.
Bee leave to lasurm Masters of Vessels and the public reoe
rally, that an Iomc. id Tessel. and Cargoes, iarared by either
of tbe above Oompanies, aralnct perils of the eeas and
other risks, at or near the a ieh Islands will have to
be verified by then:
l-3s 1L HACgTELD A CO.
CALIFOUrVIA
INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGESTS OF THE
ahovv Company, hate L-eeu authorized to insure ricks
on Cargo, Freight and Treaaurr, from Honolulu
to aN pons of the world, aadvke vetaa.
18-lt6 H. 1IACKFELD A CO.
CAI.IFOII.-VXA
INSURANCE 'COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS of the
above Company, have l-era aatbartud to tossri risks
on Cargo. Freight and Trea.ure, by Coasters,
iroat uoaoiuic to an poru ci cue iiawauan uroup, and vtce
6-1 6
II. IIACKTELD A CO.
ILaJlKt'KGir-IIKEJIE
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
THE UNDERSIGNED narlntr been ap
pointed Agent of the above CotBptar. are prepared
to insure risks .gainst Fire, on St one and Driest Build
ings, and on ,2Ierchandle stored therein, uo th.
most tavoraU. terms. For particulars apply at the cce of
s-irn ?. a. ECHAErza a ca
Insurance Notice.
THE AGENT FOR THE BRITISH For
eign Marine Insurance Company, (limited), has re
ceived instructions to reduce the rate, ol Insurance
between Honolulu and Ports in the Pacific and is now pre
pared toissue Policies at the Lotcat EttUt, with a special
redortsea oa Freight per ftearceru.
IHEO. H. DATTFS,
43-1 yg Jgt Rrti. Tar. JIxt. as. Ca. (Limited)
BA.RTLETT SALOON,
1VILI.IAJI HUGHES,
Corner ox Hotel and Fort Streets.
j T1HE. CHOICEST AND BEST OF ALES. WINES
JL aad Spirits always to fca found at the Bar. Ulv6
... J. -.iJtl- ..t
Sugr.r
New York Correspondence.
Summer HtffretsCtntnti Park yew York
Lincoln Monument AtHe yiksonSteirart's
IVbmnn's IfotelA Word to the Lmliesfrom
Germany Opposing Svmpath'es France
and Germany.
New York Crrf, Sept 19th, 1870.
-Editor of tie Hawaiian Gazette: Whencmo
has been spcmlinj vacation limo delightfully in
the conntry, the first few days afler a return to
the city, before one thoroughlr gets tho harness
on again, especially if the tuilii Summer weather
continues, nre liable to be cloutled by a little
tender rvgret for the joys ono has left behind
bim. ODe can bear it quite we'J during the
hours of business, when tbe rush, and hurry, and
jtirof the wotld ghc no place for pensiveness";
but when the hours of rest and stillness recur,
when evening -settle? over the city and ends tho
business or the day, leaving our hero to his owii
thoughts, though he have all tb.4 resources with
which Charles Ken Jo could endow him, yet the
chances are ten to onethat of a sudden he will
discover that there is something narrow and
cramping, uncanny and nnwholesome about tho
city, and tho blush of the evening, or tha suht
of the full moon climbing tbe heavens, will make
him a little sad, a little regretful, and bring into
his heart a longing Tor the wood, the sea, the wil
derness, the blessed fields of the country. Your
correspondent pleads guilty of having been slightly
afflicted with this sort of melancholy for the past
tew days alter his return to the city, which,
though full as ever of people, he found still deso
late of the friends whose society is ono ot the
chief solaces of city life. Tbsy had not yet
finished their'summer rest
Though New York has suffered less from the
drought this summer thau many other parts of
the country, vet even in this city the effects of
heaven's refusal to give drink to the thirsty earth
are plainly risible in the parks and open places
of tbe city, where the grass is wont to thrust up
its green blades.
If there is one thing for the possession of
which this city should give hearty thanks, it is
that noble and beneficent institution. Central
Park. The stranger who ha3 never visited this
place, or who saw it only year3 ago, can form
little idea, from a description, of the beauty and
Variety of landscape offered by this pleasure
ground. Under the fpstenng care of man's taste
and talent, and especially under the stimulating
energy of mother Nature, who rests not night or
day, it is yearly becoming more perfect in its
culture, more natural and true in its wilduess.
This magnificent breathing place the largest
lung of the city is daily thronged with visitors.
The favorite time for driving or walking there is
in the latter port of the day.
It is a hopeful sign for the moral and -esthetic
culture of the city, that Central t'urk is becomins
more and more a place of geueral resort for la
borers, mechanics, clerks, and business and profes-
sonal men on Sunday afternoons. Here, on
pleasant nays, you can see wiiole lamiltes enjoy
ing themselves : old men, with their wives and
children ;' voung met., with their sisters or sweet
hearts, keeping Sabbath holy while they bask in
the sun. or sit in tbe shade, white they look ut
the polar bear or the alligator, or laugh at the
monkeys in their cages, while they wander at
will through the hilly region of "The Ramble.'
or saunter on the Mall, or ambitiously take long
walks to the remote and more solitary portions
of the 1'ark. Central Park is about a mile wide,
and extends longitudinally from 59th to 110th
street, a distance of over two miles aud a half
Whin you think that this considerable tract of
land is intersected by numerous roads, drives.
walks and paths, and offers a great diversity of
scenery, hill, meadow, garden, wood, brook,
torrent, lake, and grotto," you can appreciate
that here is scope and variety enough to test the
powers of the most ambitious pedestrian, or
satiefy the ordinary appetite of an excursionist.
Ttie effect of this charming combination of art
and nature can not but be happy and elevating
upon those who visit it, whether those visits are
made after church on Sunday, or after work on
Saturday.
A proposal is now being discussed to try tbe
experiment of pisciculture, which has attained
such success iu Europe, in the waters of Central
Park, which are admirably adapted for the pur
pose. The trial would be of great scientific
interest and practical value, and if successful, tbe
fiih-breedim; establishment of Central'Park might
erve as a centre from which other similar estab
lishments throughout the country could be sup
plied with choice young fish, or spawn, imported
from abroad.
The Union League Club have just erected a
colossal bronze statue of Lincoln. It stands
flanking Union Square, to tbe south-west, as the
equestrian bronze of Washington does to the
southeast- like iu neighbor, this is also the
design of the well known artist, II. K. Brown.
Tho martyred President is represented as stand
ing in an easy, unsupported position, 'with his
left foot advanced, holding in bis left hand the
document of the Emancipation Proclamation, to
which tbe seal of the United States is attached.
His right band grasps a knot of the military
cloak which the artist has skillfully thrown over
the citizen's suit in which tbe rest of his form is
seen tp be clad, in such a way as to produce the
Eustomary classical effect- The .features, while
slightly idealized, are reproduced with almost
photographic accuracy. The height of tbe whole
monument is twenty-six feet that of the statue
is ten feeL Though hardly more than half a
decade ha3 passed since the nation mourned for
Lincoln, his memory-has already gathered a balo
about it to which each passing year can not but
make an addition.
The arrival of Madamoiselle Christine J? ilsson,
the sweet Scandinavian singer, may be announced
03 tbe most important bit of musical gossip that
has occurred in America sirT. Tenny Lind visited
this country. Tickets for i - 'Dcerts hare been
eagerly bought op, and her first appearance before
an American audience h to take place this
evening;. On the evening of her arrival. Miss
Xilsson, who is a beautiful blonde, was tbe re
cipient of an enthusiastic serenade, given by ber
countrymen, the Swedes, and tbe Scandinavians of
this city, representing several musical societies,
besides the band that was in attendance on the
occasion. In addition to Chinese lanterns, the
procession bore in prominent view the colore of
Sweden blue and gold the effect of which dis
- r.,.-.- -1Jz-'L!lttirtri, iasfilian isji"
play at night is said to havo been very fine, mak-
iug u fairy pageant,
" Such sights aa youthful pocta dream,
On lutomer evca, by haunted stream."
1 be immcnsa iron structure of A. T. Stewart,
situated on Fourth Avenue, between Thirty-
sccot'.d and I hirty-third Strpel9, intended to bo a
hotel for women, progresses rapidly, and is bo-
ginning to rear its head so high as to show tho
quality ol its building. In scanning this greot
enterprise, one hardly knows whether most to
admire tho philanthropy or the business-like
shrewdness of the scheme. The lower part of
tho buildiDg is to be devoted to stores, while the
upper part is to be fitted up as a firxt-class hotel
for tho accotnmodjtion of unmarried women,
where they can live on the European plan, for a
trine more than the bare cost of service and ma
terials. Tho establishment will virtually amount
to an experiment in co-operative house-keeping,
or hotel-keeping, with tho advantage of being
secured from the possibility of failure by the long
tieau and deep purse of one responsible man.
Paris, tho queen city ot style, the maker of
fashions, being busy about other things, has no
leisure this fall to supply us ol the western
world with thoso formulas of taste and caprice
that are obeyed with an alacrity yielded to the
behests of uo monarch ; and, in consequence, the
prospect is that New York will have to depend
upon her own devices in this important mutter,
or elso cast nbont for some leader worthy to wear
the mantle lately dropped by that most excellent
lady, truo woman, and faithful wife and mother.
tho Empress Eugenie, Rumor bad it that a
certain German Princess had been nominated
queen ol the fashions ; but the Teutonic ladv
seems either not to have coveted the. office, or
not to have had the aplomb to mount the vacant
throne and grasp the sceptre, so that her.oppor-
tunity,alas! has slipped by. Is it possible that
the earnest words addressed to German women
by Fanny Sewald, of which tho followins trans
lalion is an extract, have deterred her or any of
uer countrywomen from setting up in this ra
pacity! Listen ; it sounds as though addressed
to American women : "This is the time to point
out to Oerman women how much they ara to
blame for the present and ever-growing arroganco
and self-sufficiency of the French. When has
there been a fashion, gotten up by the most
shameless among French women, that tho re
spectable wives and daughters of Germany have
not adopted it ? Don't yoa recollect how stylish
you felt when, personally denuded to an immodest
legree. you went about, interlarding your simple
German speech with frivolous French phrases?
And even now, while your son3 storm French
batteries, and thousands of German men spill
their life-blood for the independence of Germtfny,
yoa still stmt the streets in towering French
chignons, and wear clothes cut according to
brazen French fashions!"
It is not easy to conceive of tho onco gay and
brilliant Paris the leader in the world's pomps
dad revelries as, stripped of her finery and
holiday utlire, girding herself in desperation to
battle for her very hearth-stone. But much more
grievous is the thought that it is not volatile and
voiuniuous raris alone, but 1'ans, the store
house of art, the centre of science and literature ;
Paris, jhe. leader in some of the world's wisest
thinking and best economies, that is threatened
with desolation.
Are not the ngonies of poor France, in this
her hour of supremest trial, enough to rend the
heart with anguish f Clavis.
Xltc I-oss of IhcTiirrct ultlp Captain.
Tbe gunner and seventeen men from the Captain
have been landed here br the Volagefrom Vigo Bay.
Tlic remainder of the crew are all lust.
The following are the names of ptrtoa who es-
cad from the wreck or tbe Captain and landed at
Portsmouth today: James May, gunner; James
Ellis, mate; Louis Merry, Jamca Uanly, George
Bride, CUs rles Tregeman, John Heard, Robert Heard,
William Lawrence, Divid DozbnrgbJolm Walker,
Jamea Fertnan, neury Grange, Robert Tomllnson,
Thomas Eernan, F. Meiryman, James Saunders,
John Grlbule, Mr. Mayer, midshipman was left In
valiued at Lisbon.
According to reports received at (he Admiralty
from some of the survivors of tbe Captain tho ship
turned bottom upwards In a squill and went down
In three minutes.
The Volage, screw corvette, Captain 8nllivan. ar
rived at Spitliead shortly before noon on Monday,
from lhe Channel fleet, which she left on Friday
morning, north of Cape Flnlsterre, with the gunner
and 1 seamen tared from the wreck of tbe Captain,
on board. Soon after thn Volage had anchored at
Spltbead, tbe Captain's men were disembarked from
tbe ship and landed at Portsmouth, where they were
taken possession ofby a crowd of excited people, all
anxious to Inquire for husbands, sons, brothers, or
other relatives and friends who had belonged to tbe
ship. Admiral Milne's further report upon the lots
of the Captain, drawn upafterthe depositions of Mr.
May, tbe gunner, and tbe 17 seamen, who gained the
Spanish coast, near Finisterre, lu the Captain's
ccond launch, had been taken on board the Lord
Warden flagship, and was forwarded to the Admiralty
la charge cf Mr. May, by tbe Ant up-traln after tbe
Volaze'a arrival, a condensed report being In the
meantime forwarded through the telegraphic wire
between tbe Port Admiral's office here and White
hall Immediately following upon tbe arrival of the
Votae at Spltbead, a llstof tliesurtirersol the Cap
tain was posted at the dockyard gates. There will
most probably be little difficulty In tbe way of ar
riving at correct conclusions as to the cause of the
ship's loss after a careful conslderatlonof the evi
dence given by Mr. May and the seamen In tbelr ex
aminations on board the Lord Warden. Sir Alex
ander Milne's signal lo the fleet after this examina
tion, we understand, was, "The Captain tnrned bot
tom upward and sunk in Are minutes." Independ
ently of what evidence relative to tbe lots of the ship
the depositions taken on board the Lord Warden may
contain, the men saved can now add nothing of Im
portance. All tbe men tared belonged to tbs star
board watch. Tbe watch was called, the men say
a few minutes past midnight, and aa tbe men were
golngon deck to muster, the ship gave a heavy lurch
to starboard, bnt righted herself again immediately,
John Gribble, flrstjclast boy, saja that he was Just
paulng round tbe capstan In muttering for bit watch.
after tbe ship had made the first latch to leeward,.
when he beard Captain Burgoyne ting out, "How
many degrees doee the heel now I" Theanawercaroc,
"Eighteen." Tbe ship kept on heeling ovfr, and
never came npaaln. Went out on the weatberforer
topsail brace on the hurricane-deck, to haul on and
round In on the topsail, sheets being let go. Saw
the tea roll over the hurricane-deck hammock-net
ting and was jammed by it nnder the faamockelotb.
Could remember nothing more until be was picked
np, with another of tbe men saved, by tbe second
launch. Robert Hirst, able teamen, was stationed
on tbe forecastle, and mustered with tbe starboard
watch. 'There was a strong wind, and the ship was)
then under ber three topsails, doable reef In each,
and theforetoprnaataUjMlL
The yard were braced .(
teat! si
natwi
sharp up, and the ship did not teem to have ranch
way upon her. At tbe watch were muttered, heard
Captain Burgoyne give the order, "Let go tbe Jbre
toprall halliards;" followed by "Let go fore aad
main topsail sheets." By the time the men got to
the topsail sheets the tblp was heeling ovir to ttar
board so much that the men were washed away off
the deck, the ship lying down on her slJo aatht was
gradually turning over, and trembling with tvery
blow which the short Jumping seat (tha sea now waa
white all round with tho squall) struck her, and tha
roar of tha steam from the funnel roaring horribly
above everything, and continuing to do so even
when under water. Hirst, with two other raen.
rushed to the weather forecastle netting, and Jumped
overboard, and Immediately afterwards they found
themselves washed on to tha bilge of the ship's bot
tom, but bad no sooner got there than the ship went
down. Ulrst and hit companions went down with
the thlp, but the next feeling of consciousness by tbo
former, waa coming lu contact with a floating tear,
to which ho tied hlmtelf with hla black allk necker
chief. He was soon afterwarda, however, washed
away from tbe spar, but got hold of the atera of the
second launch, which waa floating aa it was stowed
on board the ship the second being ttowed Inside
the first launch, the galley Inside the tecoud launch.
ma a canvas cover laced over and lathed round aU.
Other men were) there on the top of the canvas cov
ering. Then fell In with the ttcara lifeboat plunaca
(built by J. S. White, Eatt Cowes, Isle of Wight).
oottom up, witn Captain Burgoyne and anumberof
men on her bottom, but could not distinguished bow
many. Four men, of whom .Mr. May, the gunner.
proved to be one, jumped from ou the bottom of the
steam pinnace to the canvas covering of the galley
audlaunchcs, Thecanvaawaalmmedlattlycutaway,
tho galley thrown out, the flrat launch Coating away
from underneath the second, aud the oars got out la
tbe second launch to pull up to the steam pinnace to
take, off Captain Burgoyne and the men reraalnlcs
there. Ilirst says it was soon found Impossible to
do this. As soon as they endeavoured to get the
boat'a head np to the tea to row her up to wind
ward to wncre the capsized boat, with their captain
and few shipmates with bim, waa floating, tho boat
vas swamped level to her thwarts, and two of tha
men were washed out of ber. Tbo pump was set
going, and caps used for balling tbe water out, and
a second attempt was made to row tbe boat up
against tbe sea. This proved at unsuccessful aa the
flrat. There were only nine oars In the boat, the re
mainder having been washed away, and one being In
uso for ateerfng, only eight remained for pulling the
boat. It wonld bo- utelctt to prolong the tale.
Nothing could be done under such conditions, with
a heavy boat such as the second pinnace, and her
head was put lor the shore before tbe wind and tea,
but Captain Burgoyne waaawav to windward, cling
ing to tbe bottom of a boat. In all that storm of
broken waters. The men aay, alto, that about a
quarter of an hour after their boat bore up for Finis
terre, after finding they could not reach tne steam
pinnace, they sighted on tbe'ttarboad hand the green
bow ligbt.of one ofthe ships of tbe fleet, and very
toon afterwards both red and tbe green bow lights
of the thlp were teen. About five A. X. Flnlsterre
light was seen from tbe boat, and Mr. May, the gun
ner, and the seamen soon afterwarda landed a little
to the southward of the lighthouse. They stayed
there for aome time, and afterwards madeatenmllea
rough walk to Corcnbion, where they wens even
tually taken by a boat tent ashore from tbs Monarch
After being examined, as already stated, on board
the Lord Warden, they were transferred to tbe Vo
lagc, which immediately tailed wltb them and Sir
Alexander Milne's despatches forEngland. It la Im
portant to notlco that tbe general opinion of the
men appeared to be that, with the ship having a
slight heel over, the pressure of a strong wind up
on tbe under part of tbe hurricane deck had a great
er effect, or leverage, to put tbe matter more plain
ly, upon tbe hull of tbe ship than the pressure of tbe
wind In ber three topsails had. They alao appeared
to be nearly unanlmons In their opinions that when
the Captain got her starboard tide well down la the
water, with the consequent weight of water on lhe
starboard sldo of the turret deck, and tbe pressure
ofthe wind blowing from the port band on tbe un
der surface of the hurricane-deck, and thua "push
ing" the thlp right over, the had no chance of right- .
ing herself. One man tays, In answer to Capt, Bar-
goyne'a Inquiry aa to bow much tbe tblp waa heeling
over, he heard the anawera given '18 'SJ,' 23,' de
grees. This movement waa never checked for a mo
ment, for Immediately the heel of the thlp had been
given as 25 degrees she waa keel uppermost, and
about to make that tremendous downard plunge
with tbe roar of the steam from her boilers, still
forcing upwards and out-screaming tbe noise of the
storm. If tbe foundering of tbe Captain occurred at
a few minutes past midnight tbe Admiral's first tel
egram must have been Iqcorrect, that tbe Captain
was close to Lord Warden at 2 o clock that morning,
tbe exact words telegraphed, as part of the whole
message, being, "jibe waa close to this ship at two
this morning."
The following brief account cf the catastrophe baa
been furnished by an officer of another tblp In the
fleet: "About midnight on Tuesday, theCtb, came
on a gale off Cape Flnlsterre, which Increased till
the wind was technically said to htve 4 a force of 9
a heavy tea running at tbe time. Next morning the
weather wat fine. AH tbe chips of the combined
squadrons were In tight and In company except the
Captain. That day waa tpent In 'tpreadlcg' In
search of her. Next morning a luQclent quantity
of wreck was picked np belonging to her to Justify
tbe conclusion that tbe mutt have foundered and
gone down wltb all her SCO souls. Some bodies
were also found and part of her hurricane deck. At
eleven A. Jr., on Thursday tbe Inconstant, tbe swift
est of frigates, was dctpatebed fall speed to Ply-
month, to convey tbe mournful Dews to 200 men'
relations. Captain Alpine had orders to proceed at
once to tbe Admiralty.
Ax admirer of Haxley, C. F. Varley, contests on
scientific grounds the former' assumption that the
earth can never return to Its original conditions,
when It was "without form and void." lit taya -
Aa there is a process of retardation Its tpacr, all
the planeta mutt at a remote period fall Into the tun.
aud the tuna In their turn fall Into each other, each
time augmenting their heat-giving power at their
mutual mastea Increase. The result will bt that ul
timately tbe beat from collision will be so tremea
dout at to redistil matter over apace In a gaseoua
form, when "creation" will recommence.
Tax present Charlss Dickens does not at alt rase co
ble his father, but It a quiet, reticent man, abont thirty
years aid, with heavier features aad resndrr face than
hit father. Uo is an iadattriont worker, of axcellaat
judgment and literary taste, and promises to trisal
hit father ia tb conduct of All lit Ytar J'ovnd.
A max had two ton : one rote early while tha
other slept soundly. Tbe early riser found a purse,
which tbe father took to tbe sluggard, "Lookje!"
said be, "if you bad been np, aa your brother was.
yoa would have found tha purse." '.'PoMiWy,"
answered the ton ; " bnt If the owner of it had been
in bed, aa I am, be would not have tost It."
As Illustrated paper sketches the.follawlng tccne
la Utah: Flrat Mormon "I wonder who teat
blonde It? A nice figure 1" Second Mormon
"Why, don't you know J It'a your wife." Tlrt
Mormoa "So It I. I thought I had seen her be
fore." A PABia letter says that th mtnnfactar of Ameri
can flags' hat now becosi quite a specialty there.
On Urge arts is slates t elol!y .-avod the
business.
Tag most faablenabl fur ue4 Bait wlatar will ba
CllnthiUa. Ermine has f0 atir!j set of saaUea,
and ia saw oafy w4 for spw cloak.

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