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HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
2L RAPLEE,
MRETTOK 8f THE COTERXMENT PRESS
HONOLULU :
ATEDXESDAY. JAX. 4, 1S71.
II V AITHORITY.
Sxriiraurr mr Ftuies Arraias.
OB ill ' Vmtki Ui km rrcivril at 1M1 Dtpart
trsee Hb febi 3iajej''a 0rr:i M tie
r.. ..mat; eCret : ThU the lUsra Prwrswrn (the
f'cnWtaM.itflvil BmrflM(t last.
iumm tfcr MMt vfcMi baa Wa Ui.c ta
is hwlwii. tal sa fssttgral f art f tie
kir af Uy. Cms. C. Hiaw.
Msais4erf BtreigB ASairt.
SinMl Dk. Si. UT.
Dirunin r fmw -A rri is.
B Wwa t ail faa it Bkjr etneersi : Till
CiTO . Xattmi, Es.. tsT Ota. test, tke a.
m ; Ki EmiIik; Hcsmr A. PilM. .MsaitSrr
. af the rwri Stilf a thm Ctttrt, Wavic
I miml ta tins tifM kit OwMMfca Bis
LarMsae? tto FuiMlsb af tkr Dated SUM W
fmmi oWaiw term ; kr. rte
ass Cs. t?. Stanaaa. if fcsnssy aekstwltattd V-j--
of Hutm tw Kl. a Oat ret f tke
I tn4 Slate at BmMi ; as all Me (Snl cU as
act m aui t iiruw Ml f.S xmt trtait by
the Atittsain r Bat Majettj emnuiL
M i i - at baad aat) re Seal mt tkt Farerpi
Pfts at tsanoiais. that JU skaj af Otc'r A.B. l6Tt.
S C. C. BiMH.
Hialii i f yawtf Aattw.
mt mm Oa amn mt
ta
tkt
iMarfaiawjwr aa Mmmm. Ju- ftk 171.
E; tttmt aWSautaf Hantaan.
W. Xia. Saoni, Ste'y
B -. ala. Kar. JMku IS.
StTcr.
With daw i wit eommenees a new year,
tt ircimi ff tW deooV of the sevaties.
I- cimter in. ladca with tbe legacies of
tbt erpm-d old year, of sorrowfol reaiea
Vraooe to J-mne, ot joy in posfession, or
v in-pe oe to be realised to others.
oar welcome it in the assared enjoy
nnnt of good fortane ; to otfcecs k is a
drtary tray-nrk of their endnrance of
'l.tifoantBeit and weary misfortune.
I: the hmA: of the heart, however, to i
it bopem ana s we, m common wiio
: 'utr. nxie the adient of the new year,
axrd crenm h opening boors with gar
.axi tbe bletns of that happiness
hxh art si: hupe mav be ours with Rs
pa4iig 4ay and moathr.
TW BintnoB- worker and the schem
toiler i I neher in tbe year with
TMnintiot of hx-reased activity, and tbe
fnrpose ! improve opportunity. To
-acf.. Uane if a ootndy that has a
raloe aurrgarded by tbe idle and tbe
Tbe Ancients Sgared Time as an old
snsTi. hi bead having a single tatt of long
t.air in front, liut the back of it entirelv
Bv ihi thev Minified that thev!
7 -
Vo wwid improv. Time, nd utilize ,
"T- mB5t fo-lock as
tin old mac raac wp, otherwise, once
be coald not be detained, as ' the !
r. 'k of tbe beasd gave bo chance to catch !
r im.
Glutting at tbe prospect before us, we
may. perhaps, aatscipnte a more pros
pervaF ycar tbas tbe bast ; an increase of
v lodrnmirsai activrtiet. aad an enlarge
sot ot ot lofjoe5 Tbe opportunity is at
V rra vben Hosaoanln may be made a way
j v.n for a fine of ocean steamers, to
.x uuect to popdoas coantries by a per
isaiwait and fntxjociit ccoimBiiacation. The
service at the past right Mouths has es
lahltfhcd tbe ct that tbe Aastralian
MeaMrs cu be kept p, and will prove
a payiasr ventore. So also tbe zeal dis
p'ayed by Utose mterested, tbe competi
ttoc cited for pofe-jioo of the route,
asd tbe wilfi&gness of the Governments
to enter into eowtracu, demonstrate that
ibe poiaiimicatioai wbich has been so
!! tgmn. iiL during this year, become
fcrmiy ertabli:hM, and be continued vith-
o; daagm- of failure or interruption.
When dns point has beesa settled, we
ball teA aaore decidedly tbe benefits that
ktXL arey Sow oat of thif steam-service.
Bwiness! viU gather aboat it, and flow in
tbe wv cbajwei, aceamalatiBg force until
its cmrraatts will become recognized as
Viag bmsc wiponast to the welfare of our
active eaMBwnity. Out of it, too, will
V
grow tbe e Sdvcc aecessary to provide J,
for tke aeooaNBodauoa of the traveling
poh&r to boose aad provide for the
:.rit ami traverer. A sightly and snb
staoual bote! Imildinr, that in its tcm will
rtaarribste to the enlargeaieat of business,
stay be oondartly reckoned npon, as the
oatgmwlh af tbe Beeessities of this year.
TW nr-eftahhshiBeBt of Inter-Island
service coo tributes to the facilities
of basnet & tends to stuanhte tne
sariaJ! asEtn$ of the ntry. The soil I
ffmicmtwi to Be ennsed for hck of
ae&af to iisnracai ks rirodacts to market,
proeotes brt in j small degree, the corn
ier: sad welfare of its ovmer. The small
land bolder occds frcqcent and qtuckcom
2saaSsioa fer perishable articles to excite
Iosbi xo sdestrj aad thrift. This our do
cnc!tic masse? proves herself competent
- r l . ,
ic Ks, aa aae xaay uiereiore o coaniea
upon as esc of the ckments of national
lirifi for the preecnt Tear.
The year opens promisingly for the
proSciKe sale of the products of oar
pUautkras. Tbe msifcct, both at the
"EsA aed Sesth, show an upward tendency
c prices, aad a shortness of enpplv that
asst tstaot sa. acthrc demand. We
doubt if ever tbe stock of sugars in hand
in Saa Francisco on the 1st of January
vss so csaB aa it is at the present
lv Da fmh nil m akawkata
ii a A Mfc mt Jaaaacf
time. It amounts jo no more than three
million pounds, while last year it footed
tip more than ttrenty millions. The im-
poriations of 1ST0 fhow a redaction of
twenty-eight million pounds from thoSe
of 1S89. On the other hand, the supply
in the Australian Colonies is short also
the misfortunes and short crops of 3Iau
ritius and the Isle of Bonrboa having re
duced the nsnai cargoes coming from that
quarter. Prices already have advanced
-considerably, and sales of Hawaiian su
gars are speedy otT arrival. It needs but
the impetus of good prices, and the stead
iness of demand, to cause our Islands to
be covered with waring fields. of cane, as
both capital and labor will fiotv where
they may receive satisfactory compensa
tion. The prospect for the year, then, is fair
for our community, and we may expect,
witii a continuation of industrious effort
and thrift, that all classes of business will
prosper and gain ground. The great ca
tastrophe of war, so destructive of indi
vidual as well as national wealth, so fruit
ful of personal misery and suffering, is
not upon us, as it is upon two great nations
of Europe, nor need we fear that its hale
fill shadows will be cast upon oar fair
Islands.
The year will afford scope for the em
ployment of all in the remunerative arts
of peaoe, with the assurance that the re
wards of honest toil await each one who
engages in it, intelligently and with perse
verence. We wish all oar friends in their
undertakings, eminent success, and a very
Hawy Xew-Yeak.
We psbhsh, in this issqp , the full corres
pondence in relation to the subsidy placed
at tbe disposal of tlie King's Cabinet and
Privy Council, for the encouragement of
steam communication between this King
dom, Xew Zealand and the Australian
Colonies. Want of space compels us to
defer tbe publication of our comments
thereon until next week.
Honouxc. Oct, 24th. 1870.
To iftt Ee. Feed. W. HcrcHtfO.v, Murifttr vf
the Jafrrior :
Sia Referring te oer eooversatioo of tbis
SMM-shKT, in kieai I vefj tf&y explained to yon
the pts4t positMm of tbe Australian Steam--ship
cjaestioa. asd tke perfect uoderstasdin that
bar bea arrived at between the Xortb Pacific
TrSBSporlatioo Co;or asd Wm. II. Webb, of
Xew York, by which a line of powarfitl steamers
will be pat into operation between San Fratxasco
and Aotraba as soob as the neeessarv details as
! to ports of ealL coaKog stations, etc., can be ar-
raaeed. to efieel winch parpose. I am at present
oa ay way to the Colonies.
I now have tbe honor to submit, in accordance
with yoor Excellency's sopcestion. one or two
points on which it is requisite I sbouid be inform
ed prior to ay departure, and without which my
iostraetiOBS wilt sot permit me to make dffinUe
avraapMBesU in the Colonies, to provide that
rJonoMa shell be a permtttent port of call for
tbe reception of passengers, cargo, mails and coal.
In so important an undertaking, involving tbe
expeodhBre of a large immediate outlay, it is of
conree essentia! to ray principals that they sbooid
know apon what they have to depend before
taking action. IJhat being so, may I ask your
Excellency to be pleased to say il it is nnder-
. . . , . , , , , . ,
win Jie eosssioerea to be pleeged to the peviog of
tbsiij bv M
joo. tr fhan I10t , a permaoeot hue or
cieMnw which' sbaM caU and renaioat Houolnla
a QfSeeat kneth of time to take on board all the
carro that rany be ready for sUipu.eot.
I aa aware that Bsder the terms of the law,
Yoar Excellency caaoot definitely promise the
sobady lor more tbas two veers. For the rea
sons which I folly explained to yoa, it will be
.obvious that the f obssdy from tbe various Gov
ernments concerned should all be granted for a
similar period. As oer contract with the Colo
nies will be for five years, it is. I very respectfully
sabtait. a reasonable proposition that yoar Gov.
ernaieut sbooid agree to propose and cse their
infioener to carry a measure to extend tbe subsi
dy to 25.000 per annum lor a further period of
three years. It is of course understood that yon
will be prepared to (apply all the accommodation
ia respect to wharfage, daes. lights. etc which
have hitherto been so liberaHr promised by year
Government.
The fraak and satisfactory verbal explanations
which I had with Yoor'Excetler.cy tills morning-,
give me the assurance that His Hawaiian Ma
jssty's Government will soon have to coDgratn
fete themselves opoo tbe establishment, on a
pererDeat basis, a Hne of first-ebss steamers sach
as have aever been seen in tbis port, and which
will speedily create a irzSp which will be fruitful
of important results to the future of these Islands.
By the credentials which I presented to Yoor
ExeeDescy. yoa will ot coarse o rulers land that I
am acting in this matter ia the interests of the
Xorth Pacific Transportation Co. and Wm. H.
Webb, which are now consolidated.
I have the honor to be Yoar Excellency "a
Most obedien' servant.
(Signed.) Wx. M. fTciLsox.
October. 25th. 1ST0.
Hie, In answer to vocr communication1 of
October 2-Sth, teaching the Australian Steam
Ship question, I have to say that the Minister of
Finance, in whose Department the matter more
immediately re?ts, U ont of tosn at present, and
the Attorney General is on the eve of departure,
bet I have conf olted iutoraajl v nitb Ltis Majeslv
tbe King, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs
iul t)ior n.pr trifH mn a I Knm nr.
Miniyer FinaDce on bii retnrn in
saying lhat it is tbe intention or Government to
nav in rood &ith the subsidy recenllr voted hv
the Legislature to a hne of Steam Ships running-
hence to tee ew "Zealand and Australian Colo,
nies, which shall remain here sufficient time to
take cargo which is ready for shipment, and which
shall take the carpo at sncb rates as shall cot
render it impracticable for producers to avail them
selves of that mode of transportation. Ton
are not to understand thai we propose to dictate
the price of freight, bet will pay the subsidy, if
oer people are able to avail themselves of the
opportunity.
With regard to wharfage aad other facilities we
see no reason why the same-privileges should not
be accorded as are now given to Mail Steam
Ships arriving at this port.
Communications have already been addressed
to the Minister of Finance by Mr. Hall who is
the pioneer in tbis business, whose e Sofia the
administration regard most favorably: and feel
that he (Mr. H.) hss strong claims epos it for
consideration.
With regard to roar second question, as yon
sav, tbe Isw gives no authority beyond two year,
and a farther grant of the Liefcisiatnre wouM de
pend upon the value of the service rendered to
the material interests c! the coantry. We do
not donbt that if it sbooid be made apparent
that new markets are opened-and property in
creased by this means, the Legislature will be
liberal in continoinc grants and the Executive
Government witl certainly deem it their duty to
nrge soch a course npon them.
1 have the honor to bo
yonr obedient servant
(Signed) F. W. Hcrcmror,
Minister of Interior
Wm. M. Xeilson, Esq, Honolulu.
Xnr Zeammi, Gcsekal Govt Oitios, )
Accktand. November 22, 1S70. I
Snt, I tale the earliest opportunity of inform
ing yon that I have entered inlo an arrangement
with Mr. Xeflson. representing Messrs. Holiday.
Baechaci & Co- and Mr. Webb, conjointly, for
putting npon a permanent lootiag the service
which has alreadv been becon. nnder Mr. II. U
Hall's auspices, betweca Xew Zealand and San
Franci.-co.
.As It was impossible for me to wait, in order
the matter. I was
to secare your co-operation in
oot in a position to make any terms with Mr.
Xeilson as to yonr Government contributing to
wards tbe subsidy ; and I bad no alternative but
to allow it to remain an open question whether
tne vessels ot ms principals snouiu call al llono-
, " . .. . ..
Let me at the same time assure you that the
Government or Xew Zealand are anxious t0
maintain the direct communication with Hawaii
which has been commenced, and which thev do
not doubt will lead to extensive commercial rela
tions between the two countries.
I have the honor to be. Sir,
Tour very obedient servant,
J cues Yog el.
Postmaster General of Xew Zealand.
Tbe Hon. the Minister of the Interior, Hawaii,
Honolulu.
December 26. 1S70.
-I have to acknowledge receipt of yoar
SiR,-
letter of November 22, informing me that yoa
bad made aa agreement on the part of the Gov- i
eminent of Xew Zealand, with Mr. XeiUon, act
ing as agent of Mr. WeWj of Xew Tork. and
Messrs. Ilothday, ltrecbbui & Co. of San Fran?
cisco. for a mail service between your Colony and
San Francisco. No member or His Majesty's
Cabinet has received any commnnication from
Mr. Netlson op to this moment of writinsr,
e, witnin one bonr ot tbe ctostmr or tbe
vitbin one hour of the closinc of the
Wonca AVonga's mail, bnt yon may rest assured
that tbis Government is aniioas that direct com
rannkatioa should be established between yoar
Province. Australia and these Islands, and that
it will give every encoensgement possible to secare
so desirable a resale
I have the honor to ba
Yoer obedient servant,
Signed Feed. W. IJctcuiso.w
Minister of Interior.
Hon. Jnlius Vogel, Postmaster General, Xew
Zealand.
"7;
Uokohxc, Dec. 27, 1ST0.
Ta Ui ZmUaxy, Fred. Tt. Hctciuso.n JIirf-e
tie Interior.
ir, Since I Id tbe bonorof addressing yoa two
months since, I bate visited Xew Zealand, litre I
bare entered into a contract in behalf uf the "ortb
Pacific TransporUtion Company, nitb tbe Post-
master General of tbat cooDtrr, for a line of first Alabama seed, and the chaue of climate,
y;,r?ltetKet StD PraudfC0' Xew j it was considered, had tended to render
Zealand aud.Anstralta.
Mr. Vcgel, baviogtbown me a letter wblchhead- j the staple of the " upland " stronger, finer
dressed to voa bv this mooth's mall, I am aware j and softer, without alteration ill other re
tbat by tbis time you are la possession, or bis official I )ecU California, among her myriad
notification of tbe existence of tbe contract referred , , . , ' t
to. aad or tbe f.ci tbat it is therein provided that tbe ! otber resources, may yet become a large
encttion as to wbelber Uo&olala sbali be made a cotton producing country.
port of call or not has been left to my detcrmina- ,
tfcja. Id order tint joa rasy be still fartber ib- "VIW Tit" 17 DTI O Ptrn'V'T'C
.i., t . n;.-..i
I
printed copy of tbe contract, and I wonld speci
ally call your attention to clause 7.
. I now bare tbe honor, very respectfully, to In
form vou tbat I am eteswr prepared to notify tbe
Government of Kew Zealand, under tbe power
vested in me bv tbe clause aforesaid, tbat I name
r, . , . . . .... tt t. 1
uo.B1u, as iuc twi u. cu ia .ue ...i..u u- .
lands, pruvided tbat bis Majtely's Government are I
j. . -T-arant,,. tti Mmib. narLfelil Ca the i
ready to frnarantee to Icffre. mcklelo LO.,lue
Xonh Pacific Transportation Company's agents
,... n. j,- tt-i j.
bere, prior to my depatorc on neonesday next, '
tbat ttey will pay subject to each reasonable
conditions as may be mutually azreed upon tbe
subsidy voted by tbe members of your Legislature,
to wnom it must be a subject of mocb congratu
lation tbat by means of tbe wise provision tbey
have made, it is now witbio tbe power of tfce Gov
ernment to secure so effective a Hue as tbat wbkb
the Xew Zealand contract provides for. '
t. . . , .,
- - J .uu.uvu u,u.cubvu,.
mentioned a longer time in which to decide tbis i
matter, bet tbe contract makes it Imperative tbat j
tbe first steamer shall leave Sao Francisco on tbe
16tb of February next. Tbat being so, you w ill
see tbat tbe time bas at laet arrived nben decisive
action cannot be looser delaved.
Too will observe tbat JLe principle pervadestbe ,
wbole contract of excluding all non-contributing j
places Irom participating In advantages tbe ex- '
pense of w bicb tbey are not willing to share. It
ts wilb all respect tbat I fee constrained to say.
that I am bonud in honor and good filth to Xew
"Zealand to see tbat Uonolnlu is no exception to so
vbolesome a rule. It Is only fair tbat I should
add, tbat the Tote of vour Legislature is the best,
,, , . . .t . .u i . .1 r ...
pontile evidence that the Representatives of the ,
people of the Hawaiian Islands desired no such ex- .'
certllon In their favor.
I address the communication to von. believinz
tbat tbe subject it refers to beionss to vour de
partment. If I am mistaken on tbat point, would
jou kindly oblige me bjr referring to the proper
quarter.
I hare tbe honor lo be, sir.
Tour most obedient servant
Siirned. Wm. Jt. Xdlsos.
DEPiEIlir.vT or Isttrioe, 1
Honolulu. Dec 27. 1S70. f
Sib 1 am directed by tbe Minister of ihe Interior
to acknowledge receipt of jour letter of this date
encJvsieir printed copy ot tor contract made bj -Mr.
YocCtbe Postmaster General of Xew Zealand, and
vonrself on the cart of Mr. Webb, of Xew Tort,
and Messrs BolUday, Breiibam & Co., of San Fran- :
Cisco; and tofayin reply tbat be has passed It to i
matter more prOpetly belongs than to bis own, who
will no doubt brine It np fortheconslderatlnn of
Bis Majesty at as early a day as may be convenient.
I bare tbe booor to be,
yonr obedient servant,
Chas. T. Gtxicc,
Chief Clerk.
TYm. M. Xeilson, Esq.
HosoLcxr, Dec 2Sth, 18T0.
GEsnxMcr Referrins to our conversation this,
raornicp on the subsidy for as Australian Steamer,
I will state tbat the Goverstseat Is ready to take
into Immediate consideration contracts teat may be j
proposed bytbe Apent of tbe X.J". T. Company, or
of any responsible Company, whose steam service
shall carry out the conditions specified In tbe Ap
propriation Bin, always bearing In mind the rela
tions of Mr. Ball to tbe service, which be bas Initi
ated witb great labor aad risk to himself, and whom
we desire to treat witb consideration.
The ordics of tbe subsidy Item you are familiar i
witb, as a copy of it bas been sent to yon from this
Department.
Speakicr; for myself I- anticipate tbat a speedy ar
rangement may be arrived at, as the establishment
ol a talisfactrrr line ieuni very likely to be made
1J the countries that are interested la the project
I remain, yours truly,
tSigaed. J. L SirtTH,
- Minister ul Finaace.
Meaars. Hackfeld & Co., Agecta X. F. T. Ca,
Eosoluls.
The Insect Pest.
From different parts of the islands we
hear deplorable accounts of the destruc
tion of growing crops from the ravages of
insects, unknown in former years: The
cauc-borer on Kauai, especially, attacking
as it docs our principal means of raising a
revenue, first attracts our attention. From
a gentleman who recently visited Kauai,
we learn that this insect is rapidly increas
ing on that island, and bids fair to he
come a most serious drawback to the
prospects of the planters. In one instance,
an apparently thirfty stock of cane, some
fourteen feet in length, when cut down
was found to be perfectly hollow iuside,
and full of the injects and their larva?.
Cottonit was thought at one time, was
likely to become one of our most reliable
and easiest as well as cheapest of produe-
I tjon
In the secoud vcar after the atten
tion of the native farmers was directed to
its culture, the cotton (in seed) brought
to Honolulu for sale amounted to from
seventy-fivc-tbovisand to eighty-thousand
pounds. Since then, however, owing to
the ravages of caterpillars, known in the
Hawaiian language as anttii, emJii, and
p&iua, the production has greatly fallen
off) aml tbe of lasl ycar dM 1IQt
exceed 30,000 pounds of seed cotton.
, , ,
j Formerly the season for the appearance of
i the caterpillars was quite distinctly marked
ont now" 11 appears that, owing to the dis-
tribution of the rains throughout the year,
these pests are almost omnipresent. The
cotton raised here, is of the sea-island or
long-staple variety, the most valuable for
commercial purposes. It is as remarkable
for the length and firmness of its fibre as
for its ilky softness, and ranks fully equal
to the best boulh Carolina sea-island.
The best quality sells in England for about
two shillings per pound, and is employed
for spinning the finest yarns, and making
laces as well as spool cotton. The climate
and soil of these islands are peculiarly
j adapted to its growth and it hecomes
j perennial, hut here come the insect
j plagues. In the district of Kau, in one
L&ht a j,lantaUon of thirty acres of thirftv
I , .. , " , . r
tr , . , " . "". "
oy tne withering Diast ot a simoom, and
the savings of vears and the lahor of
months were swept away. Can no scienti-
; lie man he fouV to prescribe a remedy
lor these insect pests ?
While speaking of cotton we notice
the enterprising agriculturists of Califor
nia have commenced its culture, for which
some localities of that State appear to he
-well adapted. Last month, some speci-
i mens'of " upland " rthe only kind which
! succeeds in that State, ctown in Pierced
j '
1 conlll.vs were forwarded to Dr. J. 31.
, 2a?Ie. of Xew Orleans, for scientific anal-
yjis. He reports that the staple is long
and fine, remarkable for its strength and
,:n .--...,.. ti... : - f
J MlNj SU.LUCCS. CjiVl-lUiCiiS IVCiC I1UUI
u 11 jn.j i uuin.iuu.Liii i im
! OlPHK.Mi: COURT or (lie Hawaiian I.lauda,
1 ia rrvtutt. lathe nattrr cf tbe Ct.te cf Utr late
K.'JI HifkEM VlCTOr.IA K, KAAIICMA.NU.-Ikro
Chef Justice Allen ia t blotters.
1 Oo readiac and clia? tbe titwn cf Jofan 0. Dnni&is,
i matsiraior x ue .taie ti U(T ixit kcju l.tg noes IbalDls
I fiMl accpnnt tneh Ad4ailtntar m.r le alloved, and
taat he bist It discbarced frra tbe M trvst.
i,5,rribj ,hort, that SATCKDAT. tbe .erenth
day f Jmit. A. D. 1ST1. at 11 o'clock in tbe forrnwn, be
lna "e mae lierebj-u af rwinteJ fjr hearing tbeld petilloo
utx tbt nU Cbltt Jvsuce at hi. Cbixbtnla lUmlaln,
at hicatime and j4ace all perrD interested ma; rr
came, if anj thej hare, h tbe sane ehonlj
not be panted.
L. JIcCCLLT,
Clerk cf tbe Soprrme Cocrt.
Dated. Iteaolnio. Dee. lftb, 1K0L 43-31
ALFRED SINGER, '
Teacher on the Piano Forte azd Singing.
S3- Muk fnrniibed at Pmate Bill., etc All tbe latest
itic furafabed.
Orders kit at Mr. T. O. Thno'i, 31 urban t street, or at
ine resiaeace ei .Mr. linger, next uoor atwie jlr. j.dJenej',
.uBsan ATenae, (inroipiif aiienaea ia
50 3ac
It.
.Has Opened a New Establishment,
and will grre hit atteoUw to
Carriage Tricirdng, Saddle and Earned Making,
and Ecpiiring ia all its Braschei
Ererr deacrlpticn of Artkfea connected witb tbe Business
consunuy on nana, at
Motlcratp Prices. Give Illm a Trial.
Fort street, next door to GOTcrameat Bandings. 50 6mc
From Europe and America-Direct.
A Fine Assortment -ot Genuine Drugs
Xjl and- Medicines, and Finest Toilet Articles, br
for instance:
Dandelion Bitten. Citrate of Magnesia,
Elixir of llTdrate Chloral, pure Gljeeriae,
Tasteless Eeidliti Powders, Capsules, (French.)
Cross can's Specific, Camphor. sagar-coaleJ Pills,
Carbolic Acid, Sjringes, Trusses,
Arnica, Court-Plaster, etc., etc.
Also Xew bla-k inct inTbrfous.l Xiprles. K K..
! Powder Times, hirhlv'seenled Powder.
Best ToottHbra'les, Hair-bras nes. Combs,
Tootb-Paste and Powder. Pastilles,
Cosmeties. (blaclf and white.) Iland-rairrorf,
Smelling Salts incat-plass bottles,
Aromatieiaefar for headache. Cachons,5ozodont,
Gennine Farina Cologne, fine Purses,
Finest Perfumery, and Parisian Blanc de perle for
beautifying the skin, etc, etc
Xone bat the best Articles for sale by
eS-lmc E. H0FFMAXX. M. D.
m
JlJSt ReCeiVeQ Def A. J
Pope from Bremen,
HEATT AM05KEAG DEXIilS, Fancy Flannel
Shirts. Silk Umbrella. Kid Gloves.
Cotton Handkerchiefs. Vinegar, in Barrels aad
Demijohns, Epsom Salts, in casks and eases.
Castor Oil in Tins 1 call, pints, pints, pints,
Clores. fcbtlled Almonds, Cream of Tartar,
French and Spanish Olives. Huntley t Palmer's
Soda Biseuita in 1 lb tins, Wiltshire Loaf Cheese,
Edaa Chesse. Batter in tins. Lea t Perrin's
Sacee, Stearine Candlss,
160 Ton Best Steam Coal.
Bifle Powder in B can. Fire t Areh Bricks,
Monti Yellow Metal and nails, assorted.
Oak Boats for Coaster's use. Cut Tumblers.
Flgwer Pots. Market Batktts, Children's Wagons
Demijohns, from one In five galiens.
Wrapping Paper. Manila Hope, j to 1 & JJ inth,
Manila CJttinc Falls, Hemp and Flax Packing.
Boop Inn. Iron Tinned Saucepans A Tea-kettles
Superior Scotch Canvas, Xw. 0 to 5,
Oak and Pine Barrels and Hogsheads.
30,000 Gallons Xew Od Shooka.
ALSO
A Large Assortment of flarana Cigars faTorite
brands. Ram in barrels. Gin. in cases.
An Assortment of Fine Glassware, Ac., c, te.
ror Salo Toy
H. HACKFELD & Co.
4Te " ta
ACKET LIXES.
For Victoria, B.
Trie llilUah Brig
c.
ROBERT COWAN,
WKKKS, Matter,
Ilarinc the pwater part cf hw.cirro taftceA, will bar
IMMEDIATE MSPATClt the atota vtt. forrrtight
or pas4g apply to
ISMtc WALKER t ALLEX. Apr el.
The 2'orth I'ncltic Xmnxitorlntlon
rompnavN
SAN FRANCISC0&H0N0LuLu LINE.
The Corafnny's Splendid Steamship
MOSES TAYLOR,
U. 5. FCOTtt, Commander,
1VI1I Ix-avc Sun l'rancifco
0a or about Dembtr l!th
AV1U Leave Honolulu
0a or about..-.. ., December 2tth
FreisKt foi Saa Franci'eo will b received at the
Steamer's Warehouse, and reetipta lor the same,
jriten bj the undersigned. No charge for storage
or cartage. Fire Risks in Warehouse, not taken by
the Company.
I.ilicrnl Advance ?Indc on nil Ship
ment per Steamer.
Insurance guaranteed at Lower Rates than by Sail
ing Vessels. Particular care taken of Shipments of
Fruit.
Ml onlers for Goods to be purchased in San Fran
cisco will le received, and filled by return of Steamer.
T"Shipments from Europe and tbe United States,
intended for these Islands, will be received by the
Company in San Francisco, if consigned to them, and
be farwardcXl fry their Steamers to Honolulu, Free
or CnAROK, except actual outlay.
2s?-Paisengers are requested to take their tickets
before It olock on the day of sailing, and to pro
cure their Passports.
JSSM Bills against the Steamer most bo pre
sented before two o'clock on the day of sailing, or
they will hare to lay orer till the return of the
Steamer for settlement.
l-3m II. I1ACKFELD & CO., Agents.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
nt$ The CKlirornlm, Xew Zealand
V and Aufttrallau Mall Line of
, Steam Packet.
Tbo SplenJid Steamships
WONCA .WONCA,
1450 tons..
Stewart, Com'r,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
1SOO tone T. Grainger, Com'r,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and tbe above
porta, connecting at llonolula with the Xorth Pacific
Transportation Co'a Steamers.
AOE.1T9 AI
IIoxolclu- IV. L. GREEK.
Auckland..... CUUICKSHAXK, SMART A CO.
Sroscr ..U. H. HALL, U. S. Consul.
14 3m -
For Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
S. Schr. Active, S
P. JIKLLISH, .... Master,
Will run as a regular packet to the above ports.
For freight or passage apply to
l-3m WALKER A ALLEX, Agents.
Regular Packet for Molokai
Schr. Pauahi,
IIALblSTER, Master,
Will ran a sa regular packet between Honolulu
and Molokai, touching at Kaucatatai and FaVoo.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on
board or
1-Sra II. PRENDEnciAST. Agent.
For Rent or Lease.
1
THAT VEUV Ucsirnble Residence,
Xo. 105 Xanana Street. Apply to
25- JAAIES S. LEMOX.
Furnished Rooms to let
to AT -tins. T. THIIUJIS, Xo. 3D, King
Street. (47-lyc)
W. HUMPHREYS & F. BROWN,
Importers and Dealers In
Wines, Spirits, &c, &c.
Herchant St., opposite, the Sailors' Home,
RESPECTFULLY BEG TO IXFOP.M THEIR
Friends and tbe Public, that they have
Just RecciTcd, per Slmr. Moses Taylor, ,
From San Francisco, a large Invoice of
Very Superior AMERICAN WHISKEY,
CALIFORNIA WIHES,
Cases Oregon Cider, in qts. & pts
ALSO. OX HAXD,
JULES ROBINS t CO.'S, AND HENNESEY'S
33est JPule 33iaiiciy,
-1-150
FRENCH COGNAC, OF GOOD QUALITY !
Also, a large and ratied Assortment of
Champagnes, Sparkling Hock,
German and French Wines.
&c, &c, &c
Inclndinc the Celebrated
C. FiRRE, GRAND VIN EUGENIE CHAMPAGNE.
Also, Just received an Inruice of Genuine
Duff Gordon & Co.'s Pale Sherry,
AXD BERXAP.D 4 CO.'S
Old Tom and Ginger Wine,
All of the but quality. AUo, a Iarg9 &i
t'jttmtnt of
L"JbiJbJ BEST
c3-3nxri
Large and small, in cases and baskets,' and
Invoice of
large
Superior Ales and Porters,
In quarts and pin's, in tine order, just imported from
England, in the Cattlebow. Also, a large quantity
of high proof
JAMAICA RUM, IN BOND!
All tbe &bore mentioned articles will be cold
lnjfMJeratepr.ee. 47 Itne
TOBACCO, TOBACCO!
A Fine Lot Of Tobacco
LATELY IlECELTED
Ex Bk Stirling, fm New York
TS 1-4, 1-2 AKD 1-10.
Carefully Selected for the Trade
FOR SALE IS BOSD OR DVTY PAID,
43-lme At F. A. SCHAEFEK i C0S.
HOKOLULU IS0K WOEKS CO.
OX AXD AFTER JANUARY 2, 1871,
oar prices for Iron will be as follows :
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRON
FIVE CirSTS FEE PO0KD.
Lighttfc Medium Bar Iron,
FITZ-AXD-A-HALF CEX78 PER LB.
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HOW TO jVTATv.ES isoioisr'Mi X I
A Penny Saved is
THE UXDERSIOXED ARE PREPARRED TO GIVE SATISFACTION
TO ALL. DEALEKS AND CONSUMERS
-OF-
HARDWARE AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Who will favor us with their Trade.
WE UIPORRT
FROM MANUFACTURERS IN
' --rcl vvlZl Soil .t
tnt! rOLLOT7INO AND
A THOUSAND! ONE OTHER ARTICLES OF HARDWARE. E-c
That neither time nor space will allow ns to estaaerate.
Carpenter's, Cooper's, Machinists and Agriculturist's Tools of all Kinds,
HUNT'S (AND OTHER MAKERS) AXES AXD HATCHETS, oferery description.
NAILS-cct, boat, WKOcatrr, risisu. SPIKES-ccr. wrocoht, stup, tuns asd oalvasiiio.
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A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BITS, BRIDLES. SPURS, &c &c.
SILVER PLATED SoaGe and Metropolitan Dririnr Bits. Light Harness MOU.NTIXOS, Silver
TlatrJ and Japaqned. GIG SADDLE TREES. Japanned and Silrer Maunjings.
MARKET BASKETS, assorted sites. STOCKS AXD DIES, full assortment, tbe lamest will cnt op to 3 la.
Keg, Barrel and Cask RIVETS. A rerj largo asortment of American MACHINE BOLTS.
CJFLFLXJ.C3rtt MATERIALS,
Best Hickory Spokes, from 1 to 21 inch. Best Hickory Rims, from 1 to 2 inch. Axles, half patent and
common, from 1 to 2 inch. Cart Axle, 3 bjr I-t. Best Morticed Elm Hobs, from 3i8 to 9x12.
Best Hickory Baggy and Express Shafts. Best Hickory Toles. Best Hickory WhiSletreea and Cross Bart.
Best Hickory Bows for Buggies and Carriages. Seat Spindles. Tire and Spring Steel.
Carriage Springs. Elliptic and Si Jo or Concord. Fifth Wheels and Anti-Rattlers. Anti-Shaft Rattlers.
Rubber Spring Protectors. Silvrr Plated Hub Bands. Silrer Plated Shaft, Pole and Toko Tips, each plain
and octagon. Stump Joints, Top Props, Slat Irons.
Felloe Plates. Clip King Bolts. Carriage and Tire Bolts, Axle Clips.
BRIDLE AND SADDLE ORNAMENTS, IN GREAT VARIETY!
Saddle Nails, Carriage linisgrXails,
Silver Plated Japanned
Harness Buckles and Rings.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF TABLE CUTLERY
Plated Forks and Spoons, each Tea, Dessert and Table.
SCISSORS AND RAZORS.
Carriage and Utilising or Riding Whips!,
PA I NTS,
A great Tariety, pnt np in Oil, in cans from to 25 lb
cans, all ot tne ttui litsi.
Also, a Good Assortment of Dry Paints
And Fatty, Chalk, Whiting-,
French Red and Yellotr Ochre,
Fire-Proof Paint,
- Uubbuek's Pare White Zinc and Lead.
Boiled Linseed Oil.
Devoes' Copal andDamar Varnish,
Turpentine, Black Japan, '
Knotting Composition,
Patent Drier. I
IRON FURNACE BOILERS, from 6 to 20 Gallons.
Iron Kegro Pots, from 3 to 10 gallons,
Sauce Pans, Tin and Porcelain lined, 1 pt. to 3 galls.
Fry Pans, all sizes. Tea Kettles, cait and sheet iron,
from 3 to G quarts.
Bracket Lamps, Stand Lamps, all sites,
CHANDELIERS, 1. 2 and 3 burners,
- All Sites Cbimneys.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
CHAIICOAL SI1IKI,0 IltOXS.
BELLOWS, Blacksmith, from 14 to 40 in.
IIROXZC IKOX BRACKETS, all
FANCY WALL BRACKETS, cast iron, colored imitation of Black Walnnt, qnita as handsome, as the
Black Walnut, not half as expensire, and wilt not soil tbe wall paper. TR
Also. JS Great Variety of Seine Twine!
Wrapping Twines, Fish Lines, Cod Lines, Fish Hooks of erery fist.
MASTERS OF SHIPS DESIRING TRADE,
Should Call at No. 95 King Street,
WHKRE THEY CAX GET
Double and Single Barrel Skot Guns, Powder, Skit f all sizes
Shot I'osxcliesi, Io-rclcr Flattks), I'ercuxuloss Cap-, Eley'tf Kent,
And a h&lr dozen otber styles and qualities to sait,frora 100 to 100,000. CHEAP FILES, all sixes and kinds.
Batcher Knires, got oat expressly for trade. Batcher Steels, 8 to 16 inch.
An Endless Variety of Pocket Cutlery, Sail Needles and Hooks, Marlin Spites,
Sewing and Roping Palais, Sail Twine, best Copper Taeka, Ship's Scrapers, thick steel.
Connecting Links, Topsail Chains, Coopers' Hammers and Drivers, and other Tools,
" ALL OF WHICH WILL BE
Sold at Prices that will give Satisfaction !
TACKS of all kinds, tinned, eumon iron, Swedes iron, patent double pointed.
a Snellen's Upholsterers Round Head and Gimp.
COfflH TACKS, SCREWS, PLATES AND HAHDtES, , AMQS3EE AG DSKIMS
A full Assortment.
CARTER'S COPYING INK !
In pints and qaarts.
Steam Gauges
Cruet Stands, Electro Plated,
Wroo gbt Staples for Wire Fencing,
The Real Manila" Cordaje, i, i. 1, 1, 1J. 1, 2 inch.
Tbe Eeal Baling Rope, two strand.
Any rae wishing to Set pRT GOODS.at a Bar3a!n will
T... v Sir " ,V .ZTV: "it Cotton, and otber bra.ds, Fnrnitare I?ri6e,.
Jast reB ed. Fancy V ool Table Clptbs, Wite Toilet Table Corerf. White Rnnel. BUe "
eri. hi r? 'lO'to Netting, Spool Cottons. Sewing Needlte. ifnen aad
SakShoeLaeingf.THOMPSOK'S GLOVE FITTI5G CORSKTS, Brow
laaen Table Damask, Faraitoro Daauik and Gimp. sWt Wkitt
- Uaea Prootini;, GeaU Wbitt List. Haadkacckietk, '
TtlwTlwMa flairs .a
DILLINGHAM CO.,
Two - Pence Earned I
ALL OUR 000D3
ENGLAND AND UNITED STATES
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Large Mule Collars and Harness,
Flow and Horse Cart Harness,
Trace Chains, &c, &e
UNIVERSAL STEEL PLOWS,
D Handled Round Pointed Spades and Shore!,,
Long Handle Spades and S lintels,
Hay and Manure Forks, 00S. best Cast Steal
Steel, Iron and Wooden Rakes,
Scythes and Snaths. Ox Bows, IS. 1J.2 inch.
Ox Chains, Log Chains.
Dog Chains. Monkey Chains.
WOODEN HANDLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Locks, a great variety of every kind
HEAVY BRASS SHIP BUTTS.
Copper Bods, from 1-4 to 1 1-4 in. for Bolts,
JSADrH. iS'JL' T-iTTTi.
Square and Octagon, from J to 1J in.
WIRE Bright, Iron, Brass and Copper, from Xo. 1
to No.21 ; Wire for Fencing. No. 4 to .
Cedar Tubs and Pails, Brass and Iron Hooped, all sixes
Painted Woodeo Tabs and Fails.
Galvanised Iron Tubs and Pails, ail t'd sixes.
LAMP BLACK. VERMILLION. (China.)
PUMICE STONfi? Lump and Powdered.!
Rotten Stono, Soap Stone, Gam Shellac, eta.
SOAXi3S,
Platform, different sites.
Platform, Tea Spring Balances,
Steel Tarda, CbatUIon'a Scale Beams.
MILLS, Coffee, large assortment. '
MILLS, Spice. Corn or tVljiuf
Crowbars, all sizes, 20 to 60,1b
.ship's crowbars; -Ae
Horse Hoes, fhtltivators, Eagle Plows?
No. A. 2 and 20.
sizes, something rery elegant and cheap.
By Pieee or Bat.
Byam's 8 Card Matches!
Brown Cottons by the Piece or Bait.
Henry's CarMnes aadliiet, Parkr XifW,
Cartridges fer Henry's Rifles the Parlor RUw
and Resolren.
THE, EEAL KAVAXA CIGAES i-
A few thousand of whhb we will close oat
Cheap by tbe lot.
Black Roiin for chip's Use,
, rale Kosu.-Jto. 1 Cawtie Bodsw
please Call Immediately, a we wis to clow t ti.

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