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RATES 0F ADVERTISING.
Every "Wednesday Morning,
A SIX DOLLARS PER
Torv Sshrrller, SK.00 to 610.00.
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HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12, 1871.
86.00 PEE, YEAR.
Business Carts, wfcen'yrrjwiwi JwrTrtsjfear, are aSse.
ed a diecott&t from the, rate., which are lor traaaUaS aUver
meat., hea paU or charred eAfterlj.
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- C. AUXX.
i CmmliaioH Slcrchanls,
L iiefcst line.
A.- '- PItlBCIl A: CO.,
fcr ewe Ma Sail Wf
E. P. ADAMS,
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rm innn.iiiHMmt far
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13SCTWKYS A: XIKOItTV,
Atr. Irsr, c Merasuat Strwt
A.. P. JEUI.
tmnc AT LAW.
and News Depot
and OamuSaHrvg Library,
I IX BOwTS, SHOES
S)SMsfakMeaSBJSa'3r, ftc, CaarSser
A. C RUl'I'lJai. 31. !.,
K, AXB sVMBeN.
are twa, ec, , sahl I aw . r. iwj far t a. flVljp
UItn XI. I'ATV,
- af Deeds
il.i.ia;iia( .V CO.,
IX X ARB W AXE,
i aai Oik. aai wnl Mar-
rw. . av la-lj
H. HACUl'KI.l A: CO.,
enmt cvxxiutwN asekts.
s ttViaiwjaj.M.I. p
xa. aan-KSLvxsER & co..
AS eNQOtKitrN ICBEOHAHTS,
TMIIOI. C Hltl CK.
AM 0MCXUU0X HEBC8ANT.
J isasSjwm. pahm. H J Pj
sr. a- suiiAMi'itir At co.,
Omms, Ml. la
II -X -- J. C.
I.mvBKS A: niCKSOK,
BHMK ASS MfrH.-KHfi IK LUMBER,
aataBMafaaTPaniM MManah. Fort (ml, Heasataha
JJII."N T. AV.I.TKItIIOIJ.Si;,
MHK JISiB SCALES IK GENERAL
t tan o. llaaa-ata. H. I lj
v. i ;itiiiL,
K ABEXT AKS BEOKXE,
TIcOOXiCO A; JOII..SOA,
bmIi T. C Haaci'L lat
C IC IV I I.I.I AJI.S,
DtPOKTEE AKS DEALER
AX2 H0E HATTER,
Mat Tlit DmImI, HmWu.
"I'll IK). XI. IATIIIS,
lixr J rnian, mm Co
A 9)OaS5ieK S2RCHAKT,
AST) THLESALE DEALERS
Ban Oax. Boom. aiiLiad
raraMDac Qoo. Saxi'i
I I 70IIIKIT.
IX UBHS AKS EVZRT KLXE OF
r 9n aai Fft MwH. ljf
928022. AKB SHIP CHAHDLEB,
LSCBFSE3 SHIPPING AGENT,
See ec Ztsui Bcfeissea & Co'i Wisxf,
lil W iillnil ca M fntttte; wilh
aaW titaalcllii u
in the fo-
Oarerr C Ilatrl and Pert Slrrttk
CHOICSST ASD BEST OF ALES. WIXES
aei Srtt mlwxyt to tw fotsi at the Bit. S-Iy
HF-MP and Cotton Soil Twine For ixle
7 BOLLES 4 CO.
run imnMii, 1 Mjta,
fcflgaWw iMMjtiti, Li In.
U assJssVa. Hawaii. 1 tmrnmit
Mat. SUlssH.l-.Sw 3wa
Bin! ilsawtW. Man. latal 3MM,
ill aCia .i.S.i ISMwHtHlHiill
fcii r , ala aa mm iial tc Kaaali ta
aaaMaaalt Ti I laii i1)ii. aat ncaatawS-
fcitHim, m ii Ca.iiir,iaiaiiiOlli-T. Work-
aw at W aW alaaa aa Ibari Him Mar Pott,
al aMaMamaalaaarljrattaaWt. IjT
I liii ii OflByaaj.
i i atMB a! OaaaHaa
G. NEGHLKCV A; Co.,
TIN, ZINC AND COPPEH SMITHS, OD
SHEET IRON 'WORKERS,
Nznaru Street, between Merchant and Queen.
list, eofutantlr on li&od, Eiorc, Pip., OftlraDised
iron iij, rniD ana ilea. wbei,siofHoocKff iaai&
Knbter IIom Lt J-rtr. in Iractln of S n1 90
5f -rerr IinrertecicofTlnwareofeTerY
ParticsUr .ttastioa siren to ffefn-tVotk. Orders from the
otber IrUadi wilt be cu-efallr sttenM to.
TWakf.1 to the GtizeM of Iiaaafala and ibe Itland.
gananlly for their liberal itfttoace in tb. put, we bpe ly
trlbtatte&tlaa to btutneu to tnem tL. aamo for the fntnre.
JtOLLi;.S A: CO.,
Ship Chaadlcn end Commission Merchanti.
Ilnpiliii and Dealer, In General Merchandise, Queen Street,
Ueuoteki, Hawaiian IiUnda.
tfh AgMtafer th. Eannaaakal, Meanalna, and EakaaVo
Salt Work.. 2 lj
f Iia Opantid a Xew .taUiehment,
and ulll git. Mi attention to '
Carriage Trimnd-g, Saddle and Harness Maldng,
and Repairing io all its Branches-
Every dMorifakm of Artldea connected with tbe IlQeinesfl
constantljr 01 band, at
Jltxlcrnte Iric. tilve Illm a Trial.
No SS King Jkreal, nut to Lewie' Cooperage. MMfene
HONOLULU IRON W0EKS CO.
.fp STEAM KNGIKKS, SoKar JIIHe,
lfciJiIlollrr, C-x.ler-, Iron, Brawl and Laid Caatlnga.
Machinery of Every Description,
K3T Hide to Order. SI
Particular attention paid to Ship's Blacksmithing.
Si- JOB WORK eaecnto' 00 th. .horte notice. 36-16
J. S. lICIa.SO.-,
House, Ship and Sign Painter,
Xo. US IfJng Street,
Xearlf frpnonite Xeeara. Dillingham k Co.
, - trrahrinc JIarUing, Olldlne, Oalsmttning, Taper
aangiag, Ac, le., executed on tbeiborteet notice,
OSand oa tbe most reaeonable terine. 264m
It Office, Cer. Fort & Hotel Streets. UjO
CIIAI.I.A.IItll A: CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IK WINES,
apbita. Alee, c-. No. 8, Xunanu Street, opposite Merchant
etrast, Hoaolaln. I3-Ij6
a. h. cjli:giiok,
wholesale akd retail dealer ik
rhyuf Store, owner of Queen and Kaahnwann Streets.
Retail KatabllaheaaBta, on Xuuanu Street, and on the corner
at Fort and Hotel Streets. 11-ljO
B. a. r. 0ABTEE
c. iti:i;ivi:it a: co.,
iiorvoj.ri.u, n. i.
AOK.TS Or tlie Mostoii and Honolulu Packet
AGEXTS-I'or the linker, tVnlluku ami Jlnna
ACBXTSKor tile Purtliascnnd Sole of Island
I. r. EHLERS. A. JAEGER.
it. r. i:hi,i:rs a: co.,
DEALERS IK DRY GOODS AND GENERAL
Fireproof 8iorc on Fort St., store Odd Fellows Hall. 37-1) 6
I". A. KCHAErUR,
AGIViT for lite HHK.MUN HOARD of
Areat for the Dresden Board of Underwriters,
A seat for th. Yl.nna Ruard of Undarwriters.
C. S. IIAKTOIV.
AU CTIO N EER,
MMrooen on Queen Street, one door from Kaabntnann
31. s. GiciariiAmi co.,
UdTORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
la Pa lifaaitle Oothinir. Hats, Caps, Cools, Shoes and
asarr varteif of Oantlenien's snperior intUliir Goods.
Sam in MaVee's Block, Quien Street, Honolulu, II. I.
11 . 16
AI'OSC A: ACIIIJCIa.
Importerii Wholesalo and Retail Dealers in
And China Goods, In theFUe-proofStor.cn Xnuan'J Street,
aaer the Public Hall. 48-1)7
D. H. HITCHCOCK,
It llllo, HawaH. P?8
jr. T. IfOANEIsL.,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
Ebag Street, Uondnln, oppoelte Lewis' Cooper Shop. IV III
41 bar and sell second-hand Furniture. Iy7
Commission Merchant and General Agent,
iBtaartcr of Teas and other Chines, and Foreign Gouds,
Waabeal. Dealer in Hawaiian Produce, and Agent for tbe
Fisocaa and Amannln Sugar llantationa. Fire-) ro.f
St or. an Xnnann Street, below Eing. 21-1)6
JA31ES Ii. LEWIS,
COOPER AND GA TIGER,
At the Old Stand, corner King and Bethel Streets.
A Largs; Stack of Oil Shook, and all kinds of CooraruiS
Materials oonstantlj 3D hand. He hopes by attentten- to
hulas. i to merit a continuance of th. patronage which he
has aeretolere enjoyed, and for which be now returns his
j. if. Tiionirsorv,
Queen Street, Honolulu,
II m MMttvitlj on hand and for tale at tbe Lwm. MVet
Pncea. acoolaaMrtuDt uftheBect Refined Bar Iron, and
te Bet Blacaimith'i CoaL SS-lj
"WAGON AKD CAREIAGE BUILDER,
7G ICIng Strvcf, Ilonolnln.
Iwmdrius Coat tth care and oeat-
bm- Aleo, partlcalrrfttteotfoii tfxto
19 IUnxLimitblnc ana IIone-tLioeiai:.,
Ontm from tbe other Islands prwnr.tly ezecnted. ljJ
HAVING OPENED A PIIOTOGItTPJIIC
GAI-LKr.V. neaxlr opposite mr former stand, on Fort
Strsat, I shall be most happr to Ice my old patrons and
others who wish for Srst-clas Pictures, and shall try, by at
t eat toe lathe tastes of my customers, to merit their patron
ara. Also, fer sale. Photographs of celebrated personsgee,
views. Ac Pictures of all kinds taken on the most reasons
aMetersaa. 3-lyJ II U CHASE.
No 5 Merchaat Street, cproiite the Saner' b Home,
AV ALL ITS BRAXCHES,
HAS COXSTAJiTl-Y OJf HAND a xarlcty
of HOME-MADE FURNITURE, which b. offers for
sale AT TBE LOirzST MIRKET rXICEi, consisting of
BEST BLACK WALNUT PARLOR FURNITURE,
Spring-Daci: Easy Chairs. Lounges and Mattrasses.
Hair and Spring Mattrasses, Window Shade, and Slip.
Carets made to order.
Oia Furnllnrc Itc-X'pliolstcrcd,
Kensired and Tarnished, with satisfaction warranted.
,S" Call and examin. my stock before pcrchaaisg else
where. t! tJ Terms Reasonable. All orders from Shlp-masten andi
th. otiier Islands, will be prooptly atttnded to. 5-1 y " j
American Mess Beef,
AMERICAS Mess ForU In bond, and for
sale by 2 BOLLES A CO.
BOOKS & STATIONERY
Tho Basis of Our Business.
17UIIST. To Manufacture all snch Hooks and Sta
; tlonery as can be time her. as veil as elsewhere, and
thereby directly benefit oar customers and ounelres.
SECOND, To Buy and Sell Books and Station
tionery so as to make it to the interest of dealers and cen-ti tu
rn to come to us in preference to sending East.
We manufacture and Import erery description ftf Sta
tionery, carrying Uig. stocks of Taper, Enrelopes and Blank
Books of our ow n manufacture. Inks, Slates, etc
3 Oter 1,(00 rarleties cf Blank forms kept In Stock.
A. L. BANCROFT & CO.,
12-ly San Franc sco. Cab
HACAR & CO.'S
rCXJZS DE?OU JM )B.T !
533 Clay- Street, Sou Frnnclseo.
SOLE Apcnts for IE. Hoe & Co.'s Presses
and Printers' Materials, Gordon's Job Presses,
.Mather's Inks, etc. 113m
H. W. SEVERANCE & CO.,
General Shipping & Commission
405 Front Street, corner of Clay, San Francisco
LEARMONTH, DICKINSON & Co.
SIDNEY, X. S. IV.,
General Commission Agents,
Will attend to th. ssl. of Sandwich Island Produce, and
arrange, for adrauces on same.
MV. L. GREEX Honolulu
1.ETII 10. . jiACFABXANE, BLA1K I Co.. .San Francisco
u. s. wuxuxs,
II. P. BLW3CH1EII,
"WILLIAMS, BLANCHAED & CO..
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ly" Ko. 21S California Street, San Francisco. 30
1. C. MIRIULL
S. r. Cal.
M'CKAKEN, MERRILL & CO.,
Having been engaged la our rr""1 Irtisiness for upwardi
of twelve year , and being located In a Fire-proof Brirk Baild
dlnp, e nre prepared to receire ana dUpotte f Island Staples,
inch m Sugar, Sjrrnps, Rice.Pulu, Coffee, etc, to adrantage.
ConsfgumeDtc inpeciallj solicited for tbe Oregon 31arl:et, to
'wlticb personal attention will be paid, and uj-on wLkU cash
adrances will be made when reiaired.
Charles V Brooks.
J C Merrill ft Co
Badger a LfndeDberger.. .
James Patrick k Oa.
Wm T Colemao Go
Stexeni, Baker Co
Allen ft Lewis
1:. m. vai xti;e:i,
Harhig the best facilities through an Intimate connection
with the Japanese trade for the past eight jetirs. Is prepared
to transact any business entrusted to bis care. Itb dispatch.
LANGLEY, CR0WELL & CO.,
32 Cor. Battery 4c Clay Sts, San Francisco.
r 1 mm el's
PATRONIZED BY ALL THE WORLD.
TIIMMEL'S IIILANG-IHLANG, VANDA, HEN
JLu na, Jockey Club, Frangipaoe, anil other per
fumes of exquisite fragrance.
KIMMEL'S LaTendnr Water, tliitilleil from Mit
Rimmtl's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its useful
and sanitary properties.
Rimuiel's Extract of Lime Juice and Glycerine, tbe
beet preparation for the hair, especially in waim cli
mates. llimmel's Dugong Oil Soap, perfumed with Austra
Kimmel's Glycciine, Honey, Windsor and other
Kimmel's Hose Water, Costume and Floral Crack
ers, very amusing for balls and parties.
llimmel's Violet, Hose-leaf, Uice, and other Toilet
3. A liberal allowance to shippers.
Perfumer to II R II the TrlnceM of Wales, 96, Slrand,
lis, Rfireat Strict, and 21, Cornbiil, Undon;
17, l!.)nler.irJ de. Itallcni, Paris, and 76, King's
Hrg Sold by all rerfumery Tendorr. 37-ly6
J. IMOTT & CO.,
COl'I'Klt & TIN SMITHS, make erery de
scription of work in their line, used on Planta
tions or elsewhere. They alio keep on band a full
Sbcet Copper, Sheet Tin,
Sheet Lend, Sheet Iron,
Iron Wire, Copper Wire,
Soft A Brass Solder, Pail Ears,
Pressed Bucket Covers,
Black and Tinned Rivets,
Copper Rivets, etc.
Also on band, a few more of
THOSE SPLENDID COOKING STOVES
Received by the " Syren,"
"Cotton riant" and "Gray Jackets," together
with a variety of Japanned Ware, and many articles
useful in the Kitchen. Work on Buildings,
such as gutters, spouts, water-pipes, Ac. Ship-work
will meet with prompt attention at No. 9 Kaahumanu
C. V. GREY & CO.,
Hawaiian Soap Works,
At Leleo, Manufacturers and Dealers
In all kinds of Soap. Beef, Muttop. and Goat
OtSee, 30 Fott Seet, nhero orders will be received
and promptly attended to. 3'J
31. DICKSON has fitted un
(the Gallery on Fort Street, east
side, between Kmc and Hotel Sts.,
and is now prepared to take Pic
tures of any desired style or size.
3S Island Views for Sale. 43-Gme
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
PACKED on tho Island of Kauai, by an
experienced Butcher, and warranted as good
as any Beef put up on these Islands. Fvrtale by
BOLLES 4 CO.
Hemp and Flax Canvas !
BEST ARBROATH MANUFACTURE,
assorted Numbers, in bond or duty paid. For
sale by 2 BOLLES i CO.
Paints and PaintOil,
HUTJRARD'S best Boiled Oil,
Hnbbard's White Zinc,
Hubbard's White Lead,
J. T. W., White Lead,
Fancy Paints, a general assortment. For sale by
2 BOLLES 4 CO.
Iron Stock Anchors,
SIZES, from 100 lbs. to 4,000 lbs., in
Bond or duty Bald. For sale by 7
2 1 BOLLES fc CO.
BEST LEAP LARD,
rN I0-L11 TINS, RECEIVED PER STR
L 7 BOLLES 4 CO,
SUGAR & MOLASSES
iiiZdO, ii. i.
Sugar and Molasses,
CROP SOW COJII.VG IN, and for snle
in quantities to suit pcrebaseri, by
l-3m WALKER ALLEK, AsenU.
Siirjnr and 3Iolate Crop
COMING IN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
l-3m WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
Sufiar and Jlolassjcs Crup,1871
COMING TN, FOR SALE IN QUANTITIES
to suit purchasers, by
1-Sm WALKER A ALLEN, Agetts.
IVov Crop of SSsspar & MolaHseM
0W COMING IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN-
tities to suit purchasers by
l-3m C. liREWEP. 4 C0..Acents.
EW CROP NOW COMING IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to snit purchasers, br
l-3m 0. BREWER 4 CO., Agents.
IMPERIAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of London. Instituted 1803.
CASH CAPITAL, $8,000,000 In GOLD.
THE UNDERSIGNED are prepared to istu. policies on
Fir. Bisks (with or without tbe averag a clause) on
Plantation Bolldiors and Machinery, Private Dwellings,
Brick. Slono and lvooden Stores, Merchandise, Coals, Lum
ber, Ships In Port, ac., ou tho most favorable terms.
43-AU Losses Adjusted and Paid for here."C?
For particulars apply at the cfilcu of
WALKER k ALLEN,
32-ly Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
or San Frauctseo.
rallli: USDEIISIGXED liaring teen np-
JL pointed Agents for tbe above Company, are prepared
to Issue Policies on Cargoes, Frrlirlit and Treas
ure. WALKKlt k ALLEN,
l-3m Agents, Honolulu.
finilE DXDEIISIB.VED, AGEXTS of tile
JsL above Company, hav been authorized to Insure risks
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure, byConaterg,
from Honolulu to all ports of th. Hawaiian Group, atid vie.
6-lj6 H. HACKFELD 4 CO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
riHIIE UNDERSIGNED having lieeu ari
JL pointed Agents of tbe above Company, are prepared
to insure risks against Fire, on Stone and IsrlcU IXuilil
llifrs, and on Merclinlitlls stored therein, uo tba
most favorable terms. For particulars apply at the office of
6-ly6 t. A. SCIIAEFEH 4 CC.
THE AGENT FOR THE IIKITISH for
eign Marin. Insurance Company, (Limited), s re
ceived instructions to reduce the rates ol Iterance
between Honolulu and Ports In tbe Pacific, and isl,owpre.
pored to Issue Policies 'at .the Loviut JlaUt, with a special
reduction on Freight per Steamers.
THEO. II. DAYIFfl,
4My7 JenfllriL Ilr. ilar.liu. Oa. (Limited)
THE UNDERSIGNED, AGEXTS OF THE
above Company, bare been authorized to insure risks
011 Cargo, Freight and Treasure, from Honolulu
to nil ports of tbe world, andrice versa.
15-1J6 II. HACKFELD CO
"- Furnished Rooms
TO LET, at Mrs. T. Thrum's,
No. 29 King Street. 19-lyc
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.,
MAKE ALL KINDS OF
JJniIIXERV, STEAM ENGIXES,
Sugar .Mill., Wind Mills.
Vacuum Pans, ClnrlGcr. .
Boilers, Coolers, 1
Tank., Smoke Stack.,
And all Kinds of heavy Sheet Iron Work.
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS AND LEAD,
)Ude to order. di1 Tjarticulu' attention paid to
Anthracite, Cnrnberland and Soft Coal,
On hand and Hr sale. Also,
Valves, Cocks, and Brass Work of all kinds.
Centrifugal Wire Cloths, of various meshes.
Flax Tsckiog, Kubber packing and betting.
ripfng. Elbows, Tees, Bends, Nipples, 4c.
Steam and Water Gauges,
Boiler Tubing, various sizes.
Shsfting, Bar, Plate and Angle Iron.
Pig Iron for ballast, Scrap Iron.
Nuts, Bolts, Washers, Rivets.
FIRE CLAY, FULL ASSORTMENT OF STEEL
NEW and SECOND HAND MACHINERY.
Perforated Bras Plates for Centrifugals.
1 Tank Jo Ice Pump, 1 Small sized Sugar Mill,
1 Small sized Sugar 3III1 for cattle power, second hand,
1 Horizontal Steam Engine, 10x18. second hand,
2 Turbine Wheels for rnunlag centrifugals, with 0 feet
bead of water
1 Boiling down apparatus, tor tallow,
1 Upright Boiler, 6 horse power,
1 Small Tubular Boiler, S horse power,
. V. siawlnpr ami Wood Work
EXECUTED TO ORDER,
For which th. Works have unusual facilities.
10 ALEXANDER TOUNO, Manager.
Golden Cate Fiour.
T71XTRA FAMILY. BAKERS' EXTRA, AND
JU SUPERFINE. For Bale by
BOLLES 4 CO.
DIRECT FROM PORTLAND, OREGON, per
Oats, Salmon, Hams, Bacon, Lard, Dried
Applet, &c, &c.
12 BOLLES CO.
RED SALMON, in barrels A small lot cf
not rery good quality, but as good as tho aver
age that is for sale about town. Call at
2 BOLLES 4 CO.
CALIFORNIA -I.1ME. We baTO a'refFalar
supply from thi celebiaied fc'anta Crux Lime
KBnsT which, enables os to sell at' the lowest' rate.
2 BOLLES A' CO.
U IIAIN CABLES. All sizes, from $ to 1 5-8
Inch, in Bond or duty paid. For sale by
2 BOLLES t CO.
PERM OIL Warranted th pure article). For
sal by 2j BOLLES 4 CO.
UNITED STATES, NEW ZEALAND
Australian Steamship Line of New York.
The Splendid American Steamship
NEVA D A ! mz
Due here from San Francisco on tbe loth of April,
..1. ..will lute
The Port of Honolulu on the 17th of April,
AncI'Isind, rVctv Zealand,
aLyltlcton, 1Ycit Zealand,
Port Chalmers, IV. Zealand,
Connecting with Steamers for and from
Sydney, IVcir South Wales,
SJtl, For Freight or Passage to ports or New Zea
land, apply to 11. HACKFELD 4 CO.,
11 3m Agents.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
Tlie California, ZStvr Zealand
i and Australian Mall Line of
i Steam Packets
Tbe Splendid Steamships
1450 lona Stevrftrt, Coru'r,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
1300 ton. T. Grainger, Cora'r,
CITY OF ADELAIDE,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and the above
ports, connecting at Honolulu with tho North Pacific
Transportation Co's Steamers.
Uosololu W. L. GREEN.
Auckland II. M. JEl'.VIS
Stdsev U. II. HALL, U. S. Consul.
The lYorflt Pacific Transportation
SAN FRANCISC0&J0N0LULU LINE.
Jm& Tho Company s Splendid Steamship
Must a a
h j n a i
It. S. FLO VD, . . . Commander,
IVill I.eavo San I'raiiclxco
On or about .April ICth
Freight for San Francisco will be received at the
Steamer's Warehouse, and receipts for tbo same,
given by the undersigned. No cbargo for storage
or cartage. Fire Risks in Warehouse, not taken by
Liberal AtlrnnccH 3Iad3 on all Ship
ments per Steamer.
Insurance guaranteed at Lower Rates' than by Sail
ing Vessels. Particular cars taken of Shipments of
AH orders for Goods to bo purchased in San Fran
cisco will bo received, and filled by return of Steamer.
ff-Bhipments from Europe and the United States,
intended for these Islands, will be received by tbe
Company in San Francisco, if consigned to them, and
be forwarded by their Steamers to Honolulu, FnEE
of Charge, except actual outlay.
Passengers are requested to take their tickets
before 12 o'clock on tho day of sailing, and to pro
cure their Passports.
l-3m II. HACKFELD 4 CO., Agents.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE.
For San Francisco
THE FINE PACKET BARK
M d. o. musrayH
N. T. BENNETT MASTER
Will POSITIVELY Eail for tbo above Port
On SATUItIAY, April Ilsth, 1871.
For Freight or passage, having superior accommo
dations for Cabin and Steerage Passengers, apply to
11 WALKER 4 ALLEN. Agents.
For Victoria, B. C.
THE FINE BRIG
Will have immediate dispatch for the above port.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WALKER 4 ALLEN,
For Syd n e y .
THE FINE BRITISH BARQUE
$2i CASTLEHOW, &k
CAJIPMELL, - Muster.
Is now loading for the above port, and will be de
spatched on or about Saturday, tbo 1st of Aprill.
For Freight, apply to
7 TnEO. n. DAVIES, Agent.
Regular Packet for Molokai.
Will run as a regular packet between Honolulu
and Molokai, touching at Kaunakakai and Pukoo.
For freight or passage apply to the Captain on
l-3m H. PRENDEROAST, Agent.
For Kohala, Hawaii.
Schr. Active, 2
Will run as a regular packet to tbe above ports.
For freight or passage apply to
l-3m WALKER 4 ALLEN, Agents.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS !
HENRY I. NOLTE
HAS JCST RECEIVED BT THE
"Ka Moi," and Other Late Arrivals,
A Large Asssortment of Choice
and Manila CIGARS I
TUB BEST SaOKlSC AXD CUEWISO
AND A SPLENDID LOT OF
MEERSHAUM FJ JF E S !
The Best ever Offered in this Market,
Co-Hatantly ea btrai, the Celebrated
Green Seal and Diamond Head
SMOKING TOBACCO I
JJS- For Sale at the Coffee Saloon, corner of Nun
ana and Queen Streets. -9
San Francisco Correspondence.
Sax Francisco, March 17, 1871.
Any notice of the events of tho !a3t. month
ought to include mention of tbe fnriorts storm of
wind and rain tvith which tho city was visited on
the 19th of last month. Tho people here are so
little sebject to sach experiences that thoj are
greatly oicited and alarmed by what seems a
very ordinary event to those who have n fresh
remembrance of the play of the elements in otiier
regions. Bat it mast be confessed that this
would have been considered quite a blow any
where, except, perhaps, by those devotees or
science who are spending the winter on the top
of M t. Washington. The Ightning was so intense
and continnoas, that for an Lour or two the
heavens seemed sheeted with flame, while furious
blasts made the largest buildings tremble. The
most serion3 result was tho falling of a brick
wall upon a tenement, by which three persons
were killed. Californians conclude that they
would rather bare an occasional tremor of the
earth beneath, than snch a fierce commotion
overhead. No movement was felt here cor
responding with tho heavy shake lately experi
enced at the Islands. The only occurrence of
the kind reported daring tho last month upon
this coast, wa3 a shock of some violence at
Eureka, Humboldt County, two hundred miles
north. This took place on the 2d of March.
There is much rejoicing here and in the towns
to the south, over tho passage by Congress of
tho Southern Pacific Railroad bill. This line is
designed to extend from a point on tbe eastern
border of Texas, near the 31st parallel of latitude,
to Fort Yuma, io tho south eastern corner of
California. Branches at tho extremities will
connect tho main road with Ken- Orleans, on the
one end, and with San Diego and San Francisco,
on the other. Tbe distanco from tve Gulf of
Mexico to this, tho metropolis of tho Pacific
Coast, will be about 2,300 'niles, a saving of 800
mile: between ocean and ocean over the route of
the already existing Pacific road. Land to tho
extent of neaily 20,000,000 of acres has been
granted in aid of the work, and tho completion
is required within ten years. In tho meantime,
tho Northern 1'aciflc road is bslng pushed for
ward with energy, so that there is a prospect of
three great routes belting the continent. A gi
gantic scheme of emigration is planned in con
nection with the last named enterprise. To
sccuro tho settlement of their land3 in Oregon,
tho Northern Pacific Company propose to bring
out 50,000 emigrants from Germany, tho induce
ment offered being a very cheap passage via
Panama, and a grant of laud on moat liberal
terms, to each settler.
Tho month of March is passing without bring
ing 03 yet the spring rain3 for which agricnlturists
look with anxiety. As tho ancient Egyptians
watrbed the instrumeut that narked tbo rise of
tho Nile, and th.refrom presaged famine or
plenty, bo here the rain gaugo i3 noted with eager
interest to sen whether tbo aggregate number of
inches gives hope for a plentiful crop. As yet,
tho number falls short of what is required for
prosperity, but tho rains bavo come in sach a
manner as to be utilized to the utmost degree,
and hopes are entertained that even under the
worst of future circumstances, fair crops may be
gathered. The. interests of California aro now
so closely connected with agriculture thai disaster
hero involves universal calamity.
Tho Mercantile Library Association of this
City have just issued their Annual Iteport. They
possess n magnificent building valued at 300,000,
and a library of 30,000 volumes. Tho lottery of
last summer, which so many will remember with
a twinge of pain, was a financial success, but tho
retiring President of the Association himself
confesses its demoralizing effect. It may bo
questioned whether even the rescue of a useful
institution from threatened bankruptcy is a
sufficient compensation for the harm that ha3
resulted from the mean3 resorted to. Tho Insano
Asylum at Stockton holds more than one victim
of tho disappointed hope which it produced.
And besides this, an impelU3 has been given to
similar schemes throughout the State.
The eagernc33 of men to rush after the slight
est liopo of easy gain has had an amusing illus
tration in the city lately. It appears that one
or- two Mexicans, of an investigating turn of
mind, undertook a search for gold in the sands
on the beach near Selby's Redaction Works.
They were reported to have found somo glittering
grains, and forthwith t thousand people men,
women and children betook themselves to the
spot, somo to look on curiously, many to search
for fortune. Erery available spot is taken np by
tbe sanguine miners, who dilgently wash tho
sand in old pans and every sort of extemporized
" rocker." Others carry away sand in bag3 and
cans, to search at leisure. Tbi3 pursuit of fortune,
however, is rational and promising in comparison
with an enterprise in which another dreamer ha3
embarked. A friend recently called ths attention
of your correspondent to aquantity of ship3'store3,
which be said were about to be put on board a
vessel soon to eail in search of secreted treasure.
There is a certain Island in mid-Pacific, where, as
sundry fools believe, some pirato concealed, years
ago, a store of bis ill-gotten coin. More than ono
party faa3 made search for it. Bat now a woman
bavinz had revelations from spirits as to its exact
locality, has purchased a vessel and U sending it
to tbe island. It add3 another illustration to tho
proverb, that "a fool and his money aro soon
California has lost the brightest star in her lite
rary firmament by the departure for the East of
Bret Ilarte. lis was a genuine product of tho
Western Coast, and ought to have continued on
the soil that bas given his works the racy flavor
that won popularity. Few have attained literary
success in eo brief a time and i.hrough co limited
an amount of productions as lie. A few poema
and prose sketches bavo brought him a fame oj
wide as the world of English readers. Ho haa
not left thii Stato for lack of appreciation, nor
for want of profitable opportunities. It remains
to be seen whether the author of the " Heathen
Chinee "and tba "Lock of Soaring Camp "5s
equal to tbe (Kfiicult task of keeping np the repq
taUoa'ibitfby.a bappy siroke.'he bfts aaJe. -The'
Overland Monthly, which he rescued from threat"
ened death and elevated to a high rank, will here
cftor be edited by W. 0. Bartlett, oftheBuflem
Tba newspapers of the city and State cake
prominent mention of the recent death of s
wealthy end eccentric citizen of San Francisco
Horace Hawes. He catie here in 1S43, by way
of the Hawaiian Islslands, an held early, offices or
trust and influence, and been identified with
important public enterprises. Bat those who
would speak best of him are obliged to mention
hi3 want of amity, affection, and other peca3ari
tics of character that hindered him from receiving
much personal regard. la his lifetime ha carlo
some Iarjo charitable gift, and by bis hu
left the bulk of his estate, amounting to nearly a
million and a half of dollars, for tho founding of njt
University. But tbe gift is hampered itith.iuch
intricate and impracticable conditions, that it. is
doubtful whether any can bo fcind to undertake
President Grant has given intimation that be
will visit this Coast after tbo adjournment of
Congress. The announcement is received with
much delight. It will be the first time that .a
President of the United States has beenwestlTjf
the Rocky Mountains, and citizens ofliparties
will unite to do him hofior. Caliioraiics are
easily excited to cnthusKism, and fead'ef lletoifl
strations. Should so distinguished a guest ac
cept their hospitalities, they would givo hinvrnch
a reception as would evince the thorough brotHy'"
to the Union or the Golden State.
The patron saint of Ireland has to-day, rtceired
due honors. The weather bas been roMt favor
able for a public celebration, and the advantages
have been well improved. A long- procession,
composed of militarr companies ami tbo several
Hibernian Societies, has pasted through the
crowded streets with music and banners. The
gteen flag, harp-emblizoned, is everywhere dfs
played in union with the Stars aai Stripes. An
oration was delivered betoro an immense aaditrjap
in tbe California Theatre, by Rer. Wto. Fatty, fa
which tho ancient glories of Ireland and br
present wrongs were eloquently depicted. Oljl
1. F. Walsh read a poem, and the eekbratlen
terminated as usual with sundry baHs aed ban
qtients. , '
Next week the Germans will celebrate, tho
close of the war with a procession and other
Iloav Gold I'crtH nrc Made.
Tho gold used for pens is jf various degrees df
fineness, from three to fourteen carats. Thovbost
manufacturers uso the bitter quality.it.pessesslng
more elasticity, tenacity, and firmness than infe
rior qualiio3. Tho gold is received from the re
finer in oblong pieces called ingots, whfch; aro
rolled down to a certain thickness, generally abQat
four times that of the finished pen. It fa
then passed through a power press oentalnlogxa
die, which puts out what arts colled Wanksdr
piece3 of an oblong shape, one nd bluntly ttarp ,
ened, and perfectly flat These blanks aro about
one-half the length of the finished pen.
Tho blank is next t.ansferred to tbo sewing
machine, by which tho point is cut dewn to, re
ceive the iridium necessary to givo the required
hardness. The iridium, with a small piece of gtfU,
is then placed on the point, and kept In placet by
a strong solution of borax. It is snbjecred'to
tbe action of tho flarao directly upon the point,
The heat of tho fire soon melts the piece of gold,
and the iridium is soldered to tho pen. Tbe blank
has now but little tho appearance of gold, bolsg ef
a decidedly coppery hue. This is soon set right
by dropping it into cblorcbydric or muriatic acid,
the color being thu3 teatored. The Wank is nqyr
passed through steel rollers, so cesstrueted as Dot S
to touch the point but to condense awl lengthen
the rest of the pen. Itissurtherhardeeed'by
hammering, thus producing tho spring so much
like that of a quill. 4t
Tho next process, catting tho blank tothe
shape of a pen, is dono by a die in a peu,j;tmL
Iar to the first mentioned. It is Ibeo starapfd
with tho maker's name, this beieg tbe hit per
formed on it while flat. It is now beat in a pecu
liarly constructed die, aJd tbe iridium ti cat
through by means of emery on a very tUtb'cep
per wheel running with great velecity this starls
tbo slit, which is then extended by means ef an
other machine. The sides of the slit are Dew
polished by a thin iron wheel with osseiy. thus
making tbe sides smooth, preventing them from,
catching on each other.
The oulsides of the points are now ground (o
.tin AasirtiA abnnn tvttri snttre nnm i ao.fr .anw
wheel with a fiat surface, and the pen Is rtody
for what is technically called "stoning. This
operation is performed by rubbing tbe metal with
what is called Scotch stone, which ipves a ttncsth
surface and renders the work for tbepoluber
much Ie33. BFf
It then goes to tbo polisher, who.wjthMshocl'
and rotten stone gives it the briht and smooth
insido of the nibs arc made slightly roagh m or
der to cause them to hold more iak than they
othorwho would; tho points of tbe pcni aro
ground perfectly smooth and even by means of
emery on copper, and tbe pen is finished and
ready for nse. Exchange.
Bex Wade's Sea Yotage. -Sturdy oH Bi
Wado" seems to bavo stood tbo voyage te'Sim
Domingo very well According to all accounts,
bt3 stomach was undisturbed during the whole
trip. Ho mu3t hare improved, in a sea-faring
sense, since 18C5. Daring the summer cf that
year bo took a voyage down tbe coast to vtilt
tbe South and improve bis berjth, but betoro ho
had lost sight of Sandy Hook, however, he bgsn
to experience the nauseating horrors of tbe briny
deep. Next morning, a friend called at his state
room to enquire how he was enjoying Mmsetf.
"Enjoying hellT growled the venersblestateV
man. "Is this what you call a pleasure trip?
The next timo I want one like it, 111 'stay at
homo snd take a dose of ipecac" During- tbe
same voyogo, on a windy afternoon, a lady of tho
party, happening to loso her veil overboard,; rain
ed to Mr. Wade with tho story of bcrUouble.
She was astonished to find that tho only consola
tion that he was able to give, was to advise her
to "hang on to her teeth and hair, or they would
go next?' She however, attributed thiant ef
gallantry to the pangs of unutterable agony whicl:
sturdy Ben was snf&riog just then. We aro glad
to know that be wasn't suffzricg this time. It
raaik.it scfc . sore pleasant, cot only -fer Mr.
Wade himself, bat for these who accozpanlad j
him. Chicago JtefiuLIia
The Pope's present resilience froa which his
Holiness does not emerge la theicays con
tains upwards of one timosaud two lendnd
rooms, a chapel as largo as an ordinary sked
church, with in abundance of coartyard surround