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rTlllWMi for the Hawaiian (iwlli
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IN TRIP FROM M. R TO SYDNEY
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HaKr on X arrrra. of tmm maa from Laadou.
io aw iaai ii t forarrcn montfea ; and la caar a new Hoc la tnauirurated.
aw-aber a. oca an 1 eur-T.w bnata
Good Temflaes Hall The lot of land on the
corner of Hotel and Alike street, which ty sold
tt auction od Saturday last, was purchased by tbe
Good Templars for f 1530. It is designed to clear
aa r off the old buildings on It and erect a fine structure.
ncan y we site 01 tbe lot, which is so x 130 feet. A
subscription Darter is now in circulation for this ob
ject, and we learn that tbe Kinc has headed tbe list
with a generous donation of one hundred dollars.
We trust that others will be prompted to aid at lib
erallj in the enterprise.
rt nd at San Franriaro. an allowance of two days
fan Franciera., made ftir super!, r of th.
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W The band will play on Thursday evening at
the Hawaiian Hotel.
BT St. Alban's College, Mr. A. T. Atkinson
principal, commenced its summer term on Monday.
ii" We arc Indebted to Purser Graham of the
f 41 a ra Mikado and E. T. O'Halloran for late Australian pa
f 41 7 ra per and other fayors iu tbe new line.
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I-" We shall probably Irani by tbe steamer, that
tbe bark Clara Bell did not aail early in July, at waa
announced, but left San Francisco about the 15th
or lTlti. in which event ahe will be due ben by Sat
aa rrtaa. aa.
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Caiabt Bthiia Wi bear of several, who have
lately been so unfortunate as to lose their Canary
Bird : hence if any one it o fortunate as to bavc
Jalj t found stray pets of this description, tbry will confer
. . .Jr A ; a great savor by giving information at this offlce.
tST" Tbe Penaacola left ber mooring in the har
bor on Saturday afternoon, and anchored in tbe
roads off the port, where she will remain until
tomorrow, when ahe will proceed to Maui and
Ball There will be a Ball on Friday evening,
July SO, at the Hotel, given under tbe auspices ol
Queen Emma Lodge, In aid of tbe funds of that
Lodge. Every effort is being made to hare an at
tractive and pleasant reunion, not only of members
of the order, but of all who joio on the fealivc
occasion. As temperance people, there will be no
"cakes and ale," but cakes and soda water, and per
haps ice-cream. Tbe Good Templar organization is
deserving ol tbe patronage ot our community.
KrAWAT6 A whalcboat landed near Coco Head
on Monday morning, containing three lepers Jim
Kamai, Anoho and Xaakaakai who secretly left tbe
settlement on Moloka! on Suuday evening. Kami
baa : en captured and lodged In the Station House.
He is the same man who shot at Dr. Trousseau and
Marshal Parke some time since, and is noted aa a
desperate toliow. Hit companions fled to the moun
tain, but will be taken, if they bavc not been already.
Kamai says tbe reason he left was because he pre
ferred to live on Oahu. He will probably be taken
back and placed under aome restraint.
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raaMatSahot ta tthay. mmt U i ai i- arrrrioi: at that port at
s it 1-sailij. rate ltt Last taitlnl tor BtXOalsat
. i o th.l.ww mf :mi tJv w thaGraal Barrssr waa
an ii At 1 1 w on eh. llth paaart! lalaod. daa-
AtS.wWth.14tt paasrc ths island of Tc-
W The steamer Kiltuea Ictres lor Ntwiliwili
' rf to-morrow afternoon. It will be seen by reference
to ber time table that ber next trip to Kauai has
been changed from Aug. 25th to Aug. ISth, when
sbc makes a circuit trip around that island.
Px-sonal. Among the passengers by the Mikado
from Sidney, wis Mr. W. Laini Macgkeakik, t
-Ha j brother of the well known shipbuilder ol Birkenhead,
Liverpool, tug. Mr. M. vi6ils these islands for his
health, and may remain a couple ol months or
longer, should the climate prove agreeable to him.
On Saturday evening, the Slst, there will bet
grand temperance rally ol foreigners and natives at
Khumakapili Church, to commence at o'clock.
The object ol the meeting is to respond to the act
and sup;ort tbe example of the King, and set the
temperance ball rolling around the group. We hope
to aec a large turn ouL
Natiti Sickness Many exaggerated reports are
current concerning fevers and other complaints
among tbe natives. Amoug others a report was
brought to town last week that eight or ten native
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larre uuaihers " ""u" on iuis isiauu uau uieu Ol erysipelas.
of ilia luc ooara oi iieaitu immediately despatched Dr.
Hutchinson aud one of Its memScrs to learn the
lacta. Tbey lound one person sick with a fever,
and one or two more with other complaints, but not
a sign of erysipelas either existing or as baring been
there lately. This is a fair sample of tbe way in
which exaggerated report! ol sickness start. The
promptness of the Board of Health in investigating
tbe matter is worthy of commendation.
Steamer Mikado. This fast ship arrived on Fri
day morning, one day ahead ot her usual time. Al
though tbe bad a full number of passengers on board,
and every berth was occupied, she MndiricAcef about
twenty-five more passengers at this port. A large
crowd was attracted to the steamer wharf to wit
ness her departure at 12 coon on Saturday, and
Berger's Band appeared and discoursed music on
Use occasion. We doubt whether tbe passengers of
these steamers are honotcd with music at any other
port, and the fact that tbey leave Honolulu with
Ibe so eel melodies ot a corpe of well-drilled musi
cians, borne on the bretxe after them, must give
them pleasant memories of the place. The Mikado
w ill reach San Francisco aome time on Sunday oext.
Promoted The friends of Mr. Adamson, former
ly United Sutes Consul at this port, will be pleased
to bear tbat be has been appointed Consul General
for Melbourne. Tbe Age of that cily, aays: Last
night's GaatU conttins tbe appointment ol Mr.
Adamson as Consul-General for the United Slates.
Mr. Adamson has hitherto represented bis country
m the character of consul, and the enlargement of
bit rank, therefore, gives hlrn a position very little
short of tbe status of an envoy extraordinary. In hit
old capacity be has always identified himself with
the interest of tbe community in which he has re
sided, and there are very few of our institutions
which have not received the benefit of his experi
ence. Though technically foreigner, he has made
ns recollect that be has sprung from tbe same race
as ourselves, and that. If not brothers, we are at
least kinsfolk of tbe great nation to which he be
longs, Mr. Adit-sou's promotion will be regarded
almost is much a compliment to this community is
Arrival or the "Challenger "Wa are happy
to announce tbe arrival of this vessel, which has
iaccii luoaeu lor ine past leo aays. came Into (
port yesterday afternoon, 42 days from Yokohama,
taaawa place ahe left on tbe 16th or June. Dniing !
the voyage, she sounded 34 times, and tbe average
depth of 3030 fttLoins was obtained. Tbe traal
wa tent down twelve times, and some rare speci
MM obtained. The route which the Challenger j
took, from Japan to this port, was between the 35th I
and SSth degree of lalitudt being the aame as tbe
direct steamer route between Japan and San Fran
cisco. The ship will remain in port till August II,
when she will proceed to Tahiti and Valparaiso.
The Challenger is 3300 tons and 400 horse power,
and is now employed as a surveying and discovery
ship. Tbe following is a list of ber officers and
acientific corps, lor which we are indebted to En
Oaptaim Frank T. Thomson.
Coaaaaoaer J. F. L, r. Maciear.
LmrmlrmamU C. Carpenter, Arthur C. B. Bromley. Gea
yariaatimg Lifmttmamt -Thomaa IT. Texard.
fcjrsaastri- Richard K. A. Richards.
Smrpntn Alexander Croabls.
Char ojn aarr Jamoa It. Frnroaon.
AimUiml I'aymuutcr John Hynea.
Sa Lxrmtruantt Urvl lieu. O. la mpbell. Andrew F.
Mr, Arthur rhantier. Henry c I lam ton.
Arthur llavergall. Herbert
Arrival of the Steamship Macgregor.
One Month Later Foreign NewB.
The steamer Micgrcp-ir, Capt. Grainger, ar
rived at her wharf about 10 o'clock last even
ing, bringing the American ami European
mails. The following is the purser's report
with passenger list :
Rrroat or Sraa Macoaocca Lsfl Saa Fraodaea oa th
ISth lost at n. a at. Urht SP wind- to SI .1. Lbjht s Y
winds tod calm th ramainder of ths pasaag. Had imooth
aratsr and fin. pleasant waathsr tbruotwoa- Arrived off
ths port at S p m, aad ehtsrsd at 10 p m.
R. Ptrrcur, Purser.
From Saa Fran risen, par stmt Mactrseor. Jal; 19 Mr
Grtahaunt and wlfn. Mr Itaesett. a ' and child. Mr llamil
too and 9 children. Mrs Flnher, Mi. Via bar, Mr Bailer, oil
and o chlMren. w at aterhnoae, Mr Kinjea. Lt Com McCor-tri.-k.
Lt V R O MrEentle. Mrs Dnjley, 0 Deans, R N, Mr
Smith and wife, Mr Saaryar. Mrs Sainaar. Mra Lldrats. Mr
Clarke. Slaera-: Mr. DlJIa. Mr aad Mra Teal. Mr
For Auckland Saloon: Hoo 0 M Walerrtoote. Eleer(e:
Meaara tapelia and Mason.
For Sydoaj Saloon : Mr IVtaaon. Mr Fillot and wile. Mr
Slenhooee and aoa, Meaara Johnal-me. Btaachard. Edararda
and La-nrh. Steea-ace: Mra Welsh. Mr C.dlrk. wife and
5 children. Mrs Blake. Meaara Ma k.nxla, Wrttlit, Kendall.
Kater, Wilann, llnrkridr and Larkin.
and Mra Bird, and 3 (hildreo. Mr s'mnLUn, Mr Smith, Mr
Flats. S Chinese
For Meltsaarae Saloon . Mr. Itruntno Sleet-afe: Mr.
Jsnnlncv Airs. Uarkin, Meaara Starr, Vahachauen. Trower,
The United Stttes Steamer Saranac, Capt. Qnecn,
was lost about July 1st, In Seymour Narrows, Puget
Snnnd. No lives lost. She funk in 65 fathoms of
Sir. Oceanic hid irrived from Japan Id days and
Bark Kvik bad sailed for Humboldt to load red-
! wood for Honolulu.
Birk Clara Bell sailed for H olulu, July 15th.
The jury In the Beecher trial brought in a verdict
of nine for acqnittal and three for conviction. The
popular verdict Is clearly one of acquittal.
In the great Irish rifle much, tbe American team
won by large scores.
BY ORDER Of Till" intlM-
trauira of EX. McOVBBIN. the iindenae-ned
will aslt at Public Aoctaoo. at hkt Storo in
lino, on SATt'KIiAY. Jl'LY Slst next, the un-
derroenlioned Flay at It, nanielv :
One Engine Lnthe,
One House and Lot,
To be told without reserve, and sale to commence at I
o'clock P. M.
W. F. CONWAY. Auctioneer.
Htlo. Hawaii. July IS, ISTS. 141 II
By Fa. P ADAMS.
LEATHER PRESERTATIVE !
IN Till AX OKI. 1).
OR UU I llOSOI.M.l BT
UOLLKS A CO.
Manufactured to Order by
C. S. PINKHAM dt
Order aolk-ltct ami promptly
auended to. jr
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AtnttanJ SrptmG,rw- JUcle-r. JL A., M. B.
ii 7i ntrrt W II ixm 3. J. Spry, AlfTtMl J. Allen.
AnUtani Ex ftrertV,' i u Lam A. Howie IX, WlLtUm J.
... w i i K . .iT l COX.
Carpenter ThiHnu Uiebam.
CITILIAX tVUVTinr ST A FT.
Professor ('. WyviJlc Tlititiij.-uii, F II. s.; John Yoonr
BMkMM. M. A.; H. M. Mowlr, If. A.. John Murrmv.
4,, Dr. Wlllpiuovs voo ahm, J. J. WiW, Eq.
St. Alban's College.
THIS KKTAIII.INIIMK.VT BE-OPE.X'CD OJf
HON DAY, J ULY atth. ISO
1 ure no -. tai .v Co.,
r:i' : of Kiog toil Mtnntket Street. Honolulu.
AIR. JOH RITJsOW nOI.M HT POWER
hit mmtMirp rrom the Klncdocn.
tXX)KE will art u rJesmati.
Honolnlo. Jnlr 21. 1S75.
Mr. CBABLES M.
K. P. A DAMN.
DA rix; yt arsf.m e tkovi the KH
Ii.m Mr. V. K. 1 Y : r will act for me unrler Power
uf Attorney. M i ri:Ki:
Hiinololu, Joly :5. 1875. &A0 lm
Later English and Australian
FOUNTAIN SALOON AND RESTAURANT,
J. W. CB0WELL. Proprietor.
2fo. C5 Fort Street, opposite H. L. Chase's
Lunch V Ice Cream Room for Ladies.
iv Ronrtl Rcihiccrt o tJ-Y per AAeelA.-isa
DiSASTEOrs Iaxxdations at TorxocsE, France
250 COHPSES RECOVEKED. 30,000 PEOPLE REN
TEMPERANCE RALLY !
A Rare Chance.
For Sale Cheap a Fine Goat Ranch
rtsr ox Tin. isi.iM of Mil l. W-t-Xg
3Sp-:.H-k.M with Urii" Ii. nl of HELElTED (TIM--i-
iiv oo ATS seven pare Angorm Baeki. and MiM
number of half-breed An-rorm Kkla. There li ftlso a tine
lurcllinn: Houtje inew with Furniture and every conve
nience Oiirmls, Pen. Horwa, Cow and Calf, Hbepherd
l Ac., c.. In B-ct everytlilrvK In perfect running con
dition. lM9eaLvn flven at once. For full particulars
applv tu HIOHARD F. BK KEKTON.
49 im Merchant street.
The Public to Know!
THAT TIIK. IMlllRSlllAED HAS THIS
day receleeil frum riilladeliiliia, an elegant assort
Ladies and Childrens Boots, Gai
ters, Slippers, Ankle-ties, Ac,
Of ceery description, which wtll he sold at irrentljr
rpflnreil prims. Ths Iaulies are Invited to examine
these ill..', and Judge fur thctnsetvea,
Honolnlo. Jnne IS. H7A. Alt-it M. McINKKNY.
REGULAR CASH SALE!
ON FRIDAY, - - - - JULY 30,
At bair-pwal A. M- aXUaJsw Ittai,
An Assortment etf
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fine Priats, Mnallni, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, Whit Cottons, Mtriao.
Victoria Lawns. Silk Han-iarchlsfs,
Mctnnd Linen HandxerehUr,
Haryar- Shirt. Fanoy Flanntl Ortrthlrti,
By C. S. BARTOW.
Turkish Towels for Bitbinf,
Blanket. Whit Shirts, Anoskeat; titnimt,
Amoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliant.
Fina TwttsJ SaiU, Bed QuilU,
Merino and Cotton Undershirt.
Felt and Straw Hats, Lad is ' Hot.
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits,
Traveling Baca, Etc., Etc., Eta.
Bast Brand Kcrosane, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardine,.
Soda Cracker-. Clothes Pint, llama,
Bacon. Candlaa, Pieklea, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fina Taa, Oysters,
Ac. Ac Ac
Kegs and Bags Brown Sugar!
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
ON THURSDAY, : : : JULY 29th,
At in tfrltM Aa .. win mi.
Hosiery. H-it. Wain.
And a Variety of Clcrt-ing.
KamaAfy and Drawsra, Koa rrlh.
Bsatotvada. Owura. nrtarsa, CiHatss.
Laaapa, Hawaaan AtoaA at Antwv
Choice Lot of Books.
Oram prta laa.
flAGS OF SUPERIOR C0R1T.
SACKS OF ISLAXD POTATO B.
BAGS OF BROWN Sl'GAM.
At 11 o'cleh
I It FROST OF SALBs) BOOK.
One Very Fine Carriag orse,
PerfeeUy ftnU. bavue tssam drlrtn ttjralaaW,
and sold (be no fault
ALSO, AT TBK SAME TIME.
One Fine Buggy A Harness
Thta mac will aflxard a rare oppoa-tnnlXT to pare haa.
Superior C-rrlac Hons.
C. S. BABTOVT. Aaatiaaaar.
MILK! MILK! MILK!
.Mann's Kniimrralion of Hawaiian Plants
rami. .i:-TL.t:n ax who noKKowcn ji i
U. M. WlIITNtY.
THE t'KIRXDS Or TF.HPER AXt'E. AMONG
Haw anans and Foreigners one and all Hood Tem
plar. Odd Fellows, and Temperance Men of all shades
and degrees, are Inxited to attend a pubis? meeting, al
Be the arriral of tbe Steamer Mikado from Sydney
wc hare tbe following brief items of Euro'ieau intel
liCeucc. London, yia Melbourne. June 23. Sir. Jnllns Vo
Ce! is awaiting the decision of bis colleairDes in tbe
New Zealand Ministry as to whether he shall resign NeXt Saturday Evening, July 31,
or DO'- At Hnlr-prtai 7 o'elasch.
Via Sinjapore, June X. -Disastrous Inundations nbifc, thf maa. wfI, t0 rIVTrrrlou
have occurred at Toulouse, through tbe overflow of i the hearty sentiments of all the friends of Temperance In
tbe river Garonne. A hundred persons are known i rtt-'!r,hf JS "tm'"?UH? ?? MJJ"'-T- al
. hJMueut speakers a-ill address the audience, both nanve
iu uaac oeeo uruaiucu; UUI lucre were protialllv nn.: rir-lcn. NHi It 1'KK IIHUKH
many more deaths.
Tbe German Court of Appeal has convicted Count
Arnim on tbe charge of unlawfully removing State
AaakSawt mf XI fcnara.
txss aaaaua la toe 36- W. arrly-
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Concert this Evesikg. Not here iu Honolulu,
bot on board tbe steamer Mikado, there will be a
"Grand Concert and Ball, given In commemoration
ol the cloae of tbe royaire from Sydney to San Fran
cisco. Given by tbe passengers." So states tbe pro
gramme which was printed at tbe Gazette office on
Friday last. As it maj Interest our readers, to see
what takes place then aud there, we copy the order
of exercises :
Programme Part First.
Qt Awnix - v
Sow A Caoao - Tat Wailing, Mr Darling. Urn Th."
wasam. rrrjilb. Mitturj aad Toag.
-:KBATia MIOBT-HAXn REHORTIXG
-..ta and ka ha. h.. a . -i ,ur a I ll swill, aiso veroauni or partial repurtA
. -- wvv- ou.vuva- iv uiuc , made to order of lectures, sermons, deualr-s. public meet-
Mouev is easier. Tbe bank rate of discount is 8f.
June 27. The details of the inundation caused by
the overflowing of Lhe Garonne are heartrending.
Two hundred and fitty corpses have been fonnd,
and destrucliou of property bat been Immense.
Twenty thousand people have beeu rendered des
titute. Mursbal MacMabon has gone to Toulouse tc afford
June 30. The Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria,
and tbe Emperor Alexander of Russia met in Bohe
mia. The disastrous inundations In France extended to
several departments in lhe Soutb. Tbe Natinual Al
terably voted two million francs for tbe relief of the
Ausifrallan -x .
Xeaa South Wales
For the first time in the history of the colony of
New South Wales we have to report tbe passage
from England, via tbe Cape of Good Hope, in liny
days. This has been accomplished by the steamer
na. ajsyiu auer a detention or more than a day at St,
Vincent, aud three day6 at Melbourne.
Parliament is still in session, pending the passing
of the new Land Bill, now before the L'pper Cham
ber. If it becomet law, it is expected to prevent
abuses such as have arisen under the present act,
and to facilitate settlement by agriculturists.
The Postmaster-General bas notified that thcGoT-
Irtgs, proceedings of courts, conventions, committees, die
by an experience,! snort-hand reporter.
A si I' Kin it OPPORTUNITY!
INSTRUCTION Hi STAJfDARP PHONOGRAPHY.
IVrtaonn -A-isblng to acquire the art will bs? : h r-!y In
utrurt.! ftr reporting or pbomr-tphlc profeaBorshii-s ou
tbe followinp terms :
For a course of eight lessons, sufficient to get tbe pupil
to rvadlug and writing phomigr&phy, nine dollars.
For a oumpiete iniifiiuiry cvone of twenty-four les
sons, fifty dollars.
For tbe reporting course I A suflicisn t number of lessons
to make the pupil, with proper exertions on his part, a
practical reporter f I-O ; or reporting lesaons may b taken
In courses tif twenty four lessons, for f-V) per course.
T hr v courses, or seventy- two lessons, will gen erally suf
fice. This instruction may be taken by mail.
Any of the Island will be visited on special business by
the parly atlvertising.
Address IIX)NKI HOMO, U akawao, Maui (SSOlm
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from London direct, early In September, a few copies
MISS BIRD'S WORK ON THE "HAWHIIIN ARCHIPELAGO,"
Beaotllully Illustrated with
Original EnitraviniTH. ami a I-xntc Map ot
Hie ( rater or IlalralAala ou .Wani.
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PRICE THREE ISO I. EARN.
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For Portland, Oregon.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
J. WALTEBN MANTES.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
For Freigbl or I -aaafe, apply to
US lm H. HACKPELD A CO., At-nta.
Residence of Mrs. McShane. Fort StrMt,
ill,. km! lr Kmldeare or I aaL BaWWAWV.
WELL-KNOWN PUUNIJI DAIRY ! ow Saturday, july 31,
At 10 o'clock A. M.. wtll aw aold Aha
Furniture of said Residence
Hair Cloth Sofa and Chairs,
Tablt-a, ii. a N. rJaXr W-Hrra,
War.lr-.u-n. Cooll tOTi
troc k ry w a r I ,
And Other Artlci.-- of Hoi
C. S. BARTOW, Aitftiotiavr.
Till: l'lF.R.M(.TD II i VIM. I 1 It -
chaMHl the well ttnown henl of JVtlloll
iOc,w-,l frum Mr. J. RMnfiS arid Si
liavuTaTTtfaswl tin- land known ait the luunui Milk Hanch,
he Mpri'pt)rad Ui fiirnLsh tu rustumera
PURE FRESH 1ILK, IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT !
At Mix tenia per I'linri
Full measure gnAaranteed, and delivered In the mornLna
tr To lantp cnatomera, such as notel and Restaurant
keepers, Shlpaof War, axe he will make special contracts
at LOW rHICEH.
Order ctreu m John, who ban chance of the Milk Van.
or left at tbe International Hotel, will he promptly attend
ed lo. Ml Urn! AKOMI. Proprietor.
EXTRA 1(1 ll.lfV.
l.iolt NALF, AT
T 447 4t F. A. SlHAEFKU 4 CO S.
NEW SALMON, 1 875
AT LAIS I-I.ATATION.OAlIl , AHF.OJXD
hand Hay or Wool Lever Press, hi food repair.
Terms low. By (S4S zm) A. L. SMITH. Sup'L
To Eent or For Sale.
fi llosi: DRilRABI.E I'ltl Misl s o
Jadd Htreet. recently occupied by I. B. Peleraon,
Apply at McCOLOAN 4 JUHNSON'8, Kaahumanu
Street 548 lm
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Tbe A. S. . Co.'s Fine Steamship
T. WOO I OMM X MIKIl,
WILL SAIL for SAN FEANCISC0
On ornbont Angaal 93d.
AU frelabt Intended for shipment per Steamers either to
San Frandaco or the (lolonle will he received in tbe
Steamer Warehouse Free of Ntorace.
The Agents will alve a Warehouse-Receipt for all Mer
chandise but will not be responsible for loss by fir.
Per MATTIE MACLEAY, from PORTLAND
Extra Superfine Flour,
Lime, Pork, Hams,
Canned Salmon, and
Beef, (Sec, &c, &c.
POlt SALE BT
II. HAl'KFELD at CO.
A THIMi OF BE. 41 TY. IT IS s WD, IN A
Joy fur- t.-r. and If flCnem la th MMntlal idt. of
beauty, an we ni-unuiu It L). the fiKWINO MACUI.N'K
with one of tlie
Trustee's Sale of
In the Matter of the Estate t-f tbe late Captain JOHN
To be Sold at Auction,
At tbe Sties Room of C. S. Bartow, In Honolnlo, aa
SATURDAY, the 28th Day of
AT 19 O'CLOCK, SOON
ALL TITAT TRACT OF LAND SITU
ATE IN THE DISTRICT OF
Aad known as tbe
KALAUAO RANCH !
Coo tain Inx an are of 1SOO Aerea, by a r. rent unrrey Try
C. J, Lyona. and lylnff within seven mtlea uftheiliyof
Honolulu, and dliwrtly oo the road from If ortoiuh- to WaJ
alua. The amid land la sutij-t t to a ..- for a term of
Three Yean oneiptred. Title by Boyal Pat an L
Vor Airther pttiuLan apply to J. If. CON KY. Tnulo
and Executor of th MM tUtate. or to J. MoMuoMKUV.
Solicitor, No. $ juUiunianu sUeet, Honolulu.
C. S. BARTOW, Aoe'r.
i - In uliI PM
muumi, apply to
6U C. BREWER A CO
or any further Lnfor-
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A, S. N. Co's Fine Steamship
PATENT WATER WHEEL 1
J. H. BBl'KS.
J. H. BRUNS A CO.,
REG LEAVE TO NOTIFY I III: PrBI.lt'
eromeDt intcDd asking tbe asseot of the Legislatore . Jn't'Ssl," U1 "ni" ' M 4CCREC OR
tn the new Pnt-i ri mall nnnttt .- j : ! LW i V mm Lm mW m
- -. vwuiiavt, auu ubb aimugtju j fm wm
Coopering and Gauging
X i I Kay raaal rraawa PWaafrai Faarta.
I I H S r.aw i f- w a r-al do. ta all Jala.
aw aa ra., W . mA. n,, mmiimd April C t
III C a ta.
wuoay.ta lMMa,adM Mar li. tr Haan. j
as ta Ow-taA. Usaa alV-J ftwai rat-x Botmi bool
Jw aa mmmm aa MWilV
a at lTna C t-l. I XVa-t Ktamstla. 2f. 6. w".. '
it aaa . arttt mmm C. S Oo
a aaaa mm par tiawt-Wa mbm
fc. -a,a atia.lil I . aaa TaasH, aaa ta all
aa at Otl.H II ( Ala, rr-ai Sati rraariwv nn.
OanctSotw " All Fra." ChM. Sattox,
AocoaipaaTiat. 14 taa H. Toanf.
I Soac ax Caoata " Cowa Sit bj my side. Little Darlias;-"
CIDItli. 1 tic an ; M,lt L
Last-Bat aa ... , ,
Cow, Saw i B. particular ileal rr, , Uaauab, How's Your
aa," ....... ....... Cbaa Sotton.
' Star Span;lad Bannar.'
. . SaDith. Stltu.li and Toot.
ada Amotif tbe Gold."
Sutton, Tout and Smitb.
i I. i Da OrraxT ,
Oo baft tax iirxtx.
Mia. X. Tonne ha kindly consented to preeiaV at tbe Piano.
Wr should like riebt well to peep Id on tbe com
pany -tumbled this ermine In tbe saloon, and see
. Mb t p t tfii- oow oor Bmaiexir arusis pt norm tneir parts. 8ocb
-a lwtaa. Wm Oarne. Itastae Voao. sccdcs at tea are alwars foil of amusement, and help
to pan a war the tedious hours of a lour week
r i m.i n
.-1 Kaaay A Caaa. Mr Kaki mmt t tmtH.
T l . awe aiar Ma-wta July 3-ta Laird Mac-
, Jala S4-Mr Sbil'--
V i , a;,, a ,1.
' -Mia II Till sal fill TT Mwa Nellie
Bwatt arcn-wa. M- ravaa. Ma ctaa. a tata.-a
Ii a a K r A4SSBW. x L Barksr atK wil. Capl lite
:t . -awawka H Ii- .we 1 Moiai:
swa aa-a-. nra 4i
I '-caaiataa MM
-a ar-ar r r a
alt t-raaa bataa. Smsm frail,
ana A bxa bexe laaaaa. I a
-XMt"! mmt 'wla.
Wcu. tw U cleannraansTaB old bnild-ncxsaa-twraaaitaraaarw
V- - t- ITL-wx xtDeartbed twotaoxea
ilia Wilc-'sa'la- Ml I aw Dow & Wilder, of
ii ill at were mnt ta thit market
Blgaaaww ii w mUl tt-fsaai Tata two bore bare
"t -Ha ! Stat tar that lonf period, tat
XataL- There waa a Terr pleasant reception on
board tbe Dajrthip Penaacola. on Thursday afternoon
ol last week, all tbe more to for bclne vntirelr In
formal and without ceremony, albeit their Majesties
tbe King and Queen honored the Admiral and offi
cers with their pretence, as did also both the Prin
Baa I Royal. There mutt hare been not leas than
one hundred truest ou board, two-thirds of whom '
were ladies. It was the first visit of Her Majesty
the Queen to tbe fine ship which conveyed her royal
hesbaod from San Francisco, and, as was quite nat
ural, sbe waa very eat-er to examine every part of
tbe vessel. After intpectiug the gun deck and tbe
paraphernalia of these peacemakers, sbe visited tbe
Admiral's and Captain's fine parlor, and returned
on deck to tee the huge gun which rests near tbe
stern, and which sweep tbe whole boriaon when
necessary Admiring its proportions, sbe asked its '
name, wbea the Admiral, catching lilt answer
almost by inspiration, replied, Iu name is Kapio--aka,
yonr Mtjeaty." Those who stood by and
beard bit prompt response, thick tbat If tbe gallant '
tailor It a quick in speaking tbe right word or giv-
ing tbe right order in a hurricane or a n-val eneacc-
ment, be it tbe right man to command tbe finest ' C' Boweo
frigate in tbe American navy. At all event, tbe
Pectaacola'a swamp angel " on ber quarter deck '
will henceforth be known by ber boys in blue as j
- KapioUoi," ' tbe Queer, of the Isles." Among!
tbe gaeat were tbe British, French, and American
Wipsjii niuli 1 1 1 Hit Mi jetty's Ministers, and sere
ra! of tbe Consular Corp. It it needless to lit thtt ,
every one enjoyed tbe visit, aud will be gid to
welcome tbe renaacola back trots ber i lukil around
Hawaii. , diggers.
for temporary tervice extending over a period of
From the pastoral districts satisfactory report
; continue to be received. Tbe increase lo the flocks
of the squatting interest Is expected to be unprece
Extensive preparations for the American Exhibi
tion of next year are in progress under the supervi
sion of the Royal Commissioners appointed for that
purpose. The collection of specimens of our mine
ral deposits will be the largest and most complete
yet exhibited by this colony.
The public finances continue in a most satisfactory
position. Tbe Urge surplus of revenue on bind bas
induced tbe local bankers to address the Govern
ment on the iuadvuvability of doing all its business
with one bank.
Mining affairs progress steadily, sll the feverish
excitement having died out, and been succeeded by
more subsUntial development than what prevailed
during tbe 41 mining mania."
Railway extension is going on satisiactorilv
though somewhat retarded by the inferior character '
of tome of tbe material imported from England.
Sir Arthur Gordon and a portion of the officials j
of Fiji have proceeded to their headquarter. After
being formally installed as Governor of the new col
ony, his Excellency intends making a short cruise 1
through Polynesia In one of her Majesty's tbipt
and will probably visit New Guinea.
Tbe bark Sparrowbawk (formerly in tbe navy) hat
been told at Melbourne for 3,500.
Mr. Vogel'a absence provoke general criticism.
Tbe belief is gaining ground that be will not return.
3,000,000 of tbe New Zealand 1,000,000 loan are
reported as deposited with the Bank of New Zea
land at 2X per cent.
There hat been a change of Ministry. The mem
ber of the Vogel Government tendered their resig
nation to tbe Governor. Hie Excellency, having
accepted or the same, entrusted tbe Hon. Dr. Pol
len with tbe task of forming tbe new Government,
wbicb tbat gentleman bat constituted as follows :
Premier and Colonial Secretary, Hon. Dr. Pollen;
Colonial Treasurer, Minister of Immigration and
Crown Land, Hon. H. E. Aitkinson; Native Minis
ter, Sir D. Mcletwu; Minister of Public Works, Hon.
G. Richardson ; Postmaster-General, Hon. J. Vogel ;
Commissioner of Customs and Actir.g-Postmaater
Hon. W. H. Reynolds ; Minister of Justice, lion. C.
At lhe Old Stand on Ming Street, near the IletheJ, nnUI
fttrtber notice. And also,
ON QUEEN STKEET, NEAB FOKT.
Where they will be found prepared to execute all orders In
Clwks. Keroaiene Oil Container lor Tallow,
Etc., Etc. , alwayt on hand.
Honolulu, June 12, 1ST. S44 6m
T El "W E LR Y
SOLID METAL WORK.
H. GRAINGER. COMMANDER,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W.
On or about .lult Jih.
All freight Intended for shipment per Steamers either to
San FrancJaco or the Colonies will be received In the
Steamer Warehouse Free of Mtormve.
The Attenta will ive a Warehouse-Receipt for all Mer
cbuadlae, but will not be responsible for loas by Are.
War Fur I reiiiht and Pwaaace, to Sydney, New
ZA-aiauil aud Melbourne, apply lo
143 C lilt I I It A .. Asenta.
AND W Al ME A !
IN ORDER TO CLOSE OCT THE III si.
For the .ext Three nonths,
Stock of Solid Gold and Silver Jewelry
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES!
TAXES, SWI I.I. WORK.
And other Fancy Articles !
Call Soon and Secure Great Bargains
547 lm At the Fort Street Store,
K A M A I L E !
Wfll have retral&r dtapateh for the above named Porta,
no and after the Stb of November next, until further node
Freight and Passage taken at the lowest Rate.
511 BOLLES A CO., Agents.
The Assembly hat passed an address to the Oncer
I urping tbe annexation of New Guinea, aud the
; Council have alto adopted it.
Much mortality prevails amour the islanders re
cently arrived Irons tbe South Sea. Two died on
board the Queensland whes between Mary bo rough
The Chinese difficulty Is increasing, at great boa-
.iiii, iut.au Aa uv.ug cxpreasca dj tuc aropean
Invoice of Silk Foulards.
I ST RECEIVED VIA FAX AHA.
May 20. ISTS.
'Mltm) H. HACKFELD A OO.
. K mUOI AND SALMON
L Bellle. lc brta. hf-brU and tin.
Pilot Bread, Flour. Bams and Oregon Lime,
Far Sale at
May H), 1871. (Ml 2m) H . HACKFELD 4 CO8
STEAMER E HUDII
HAK( HA.N T. : I : 1 MASTER.
Is one of tot? most iKautiful thins fn the world ; noUiInir
In the whole nuiffe of modern Invention beinf better
adapted to relieve MMM drudgery or fltter fur the pur-
The I'lifleniffned are Special Agents for
THE BEST SEWING MACHINE IN USE !
50 POINTS OF SlPEBIORim
For particulars see Circular.
WE ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH
The Patent Attachment!
To any of the marhlne now In nae, whlrb wtll ran them
perfectly wit boat th Iat exertion on the part of the
operator. Theae Wheels are made here at tbe IBAW
FOI'aVDBV, are superior to those imported, and sold
for leaa niotiey.
Buy One and Ton will be Convinced.
It la a well known fact that the 111 health of tbooaanda of
women and cirl. can be traced In tbe exertion required to
run (Sewtnic Mchloea by foot power. A word to the wlae
W7 PILU-fGHAM fc CO.
7TTR 1 T A T.TTT 1M"R TTTlft
FROM PORTLAND, OREGON
IIF. nnilereilcnt have on Ika tat day or
Aoril. 1475. entered Into a Co partnership, under th
e and style of J. IL BKL -N8 A CO., for the purpoa.- ..f
r-nrrylnir on the
t'ooperlaa and tinnglug Baalneaa
In all I la branchea, and aouclt a share of public patronace.
I. 11 BJXCHa,
IL ' .III II K.
nonolulu, June 11. 1 -'V U4 ini
Received This Day I
MY BlaOTnFjAVI.V-LAtV. MAX. L Ii ART.
wfll act for me during mr absence from this king
dom. MRS. CHJL ECCART.
HonotnUt, May IS. 1ST. tat tf
Oregon Leaf Lard.
-g afk I B. I ASKS, lt IA EIVEI) per a FAI.KIJf
At a bnra.' For aale by
Mar 31, 187. BOLLES A CO,
Ang. I Monday. A P. K....CIrcuit of Hawaii.
- M -.- t P. M Koaa.
Is Wednesday. S P. M Circuit of KanaL
' ZIMonday S P. II. ... 1 1 1J. . and Kan oak Altai, both
m to Monday t P. M. Circuit of Hawaii.
Sept. t Monday I P. M. ...Koca.
n It Monday A P. M....Hik and gannatatsl, both
U Thuraday....t P. M....Kawlllwl.
27 Monday .-, P. M. ... circuit of Hawaii.
aT" When there are no cattle to land at Maalaea Bay,
an effort will be made to reach HoooIdJu Saturday r. m.
a at- On Down Trip the Steamer will not leave Kaalaalu
until a A. M., or Later : MaAena ootll t am. or later : aad
Mlara Bay until 8 am. or later, without due notice of
aay change being given.
Bales of Paasasf e will be
Th or from Kaonaa kal. Moloka!
To or from lahaiiw w.u
To or from Maalaea, Maul 7.04J
To or from Make-, Manx, M.OO
To or from Mahakona, Hawaii .-10.00
To or from Kawatnae, Hawaii 1 0.49
To oi from Kaliua, Hawaii ...... I0.OO
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii .10.00
To or from HUo, Hawaii 12 -Ml
To or from Kan Coast, Hawaii I5.0O
Circuit ol Hawaii, Kaiund Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai.....
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip -
Deck pa aaage for natives only..
war- Mo Credit tor
Barrels Columbia River Spring Salmon
1 K I I RT WARRElf CO.. IH7V A9TD
M. .irntnti-l m lapflior fjiiallty. For od by
May SI, i -7
25,000 China Bricks.
EXTRA NIZE, At II. I. Ill A BUI T HO PES
eent more than California brick, received per bark
K via. and for sale by
May XI, 1S7. BOtXBS A CO,
Tlciaeta at the ofliee only.
No berth will be considered aa taken until paid Car. liot
responsible for unmarked Baggage or aay Freight or Par
cels unlets receipted for.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
r An effort will be made to have the Steamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the same day ahe leave Maui.
-AM I i.L O. WILDER, Agents
Office with Wilder A Oo., corner of Port A a ran niltala
Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
PACKED BT JOII .M- st Si' A I,ni . a Aaai
warranted aopertor. Heceived thla day per 'Fal kin-
bo nr.' and for sale by
May n, l.Ti.
EOLI.ES A CO.
KITTS SALMON BELLUS
TkAfKEA 1st.-.. flppxiKta. BETEIVED PES
Falklabarg,' this day.
May 31, 1S7A.
Wheat Meal, Craham Flour,
Corn Meal, Cracked Wheat,
Ground Rice, Cracked Barley,
GROUND TO ORDER, by
Orders left with Dillingham A Co., or R. 0. Mall
A Son will be attended to. Hi U
DR. J. C0LLI3 BROWNE'S
IS THE 0RIQIHAL ASS 01 LT OaTnil.
Tin: prune ark cautionxd against
th uniounded staUmants frequently made . "that
the oomposition of Cblobodvbb is knowa to Chem
ists and th Medical profession." The fot is. Chlo
rodyne waa diseovtrtd and invented by Dr. J. COLLI.-!
BROWNK (ax Army Medical Stat), aaa aa
named by him, and it has baffled all attempts at anal
ysis by tb first Chemists of the day. Th method
and lecrst of th prsparation bar never bn pub
lished. It is obvious, therefore, that anything nld
under tbe nam, save Dr. J. COL LIS BROVTXI'S
CHLORQDYNK. it spurious imitation.
CAUTI0W. Vio-Chaneallor Sir W. P. Wood ttatad
tbat Dr. Colli Brown was undoubtadly th inventor
A MIDI A L Vita AXD ACTION.
This lavalnabla renaady pnalaca qalal, ren-aabtox alaap,
relieves pain, calms tba eyatan, reatovee tba davaagaa hsao.
tlona, and stimulates healthy action of ths eecretlone al taa
body, without ei eating any of those aapleaaanl raaaita at
tanding tba aaa of opium. Old aadvoaag may take It at all
boars and times wban raqulatie. Thoaaaads of paraaaa tea
tify to IU marvelloaa good a tact a aad wonderfal earaa. wkii
medical men extol It vlrtae moat axtanalvaly, aatag II la
great qaantili fa tb following dlsaasss : Cbolara. Pysaa.
tary, Diarrbma, CI,, a. Coagk. A alb aaa. Raeamatlew, Baa
ralgla, Whooping Cooga, Cramp Hyalarla, aa.
KATE ACTS FROM MEDICAL 0rTWI05S.
Tb Right Hon. Karl Easaell commaaleatad to tb Coltag
of Pbyalciana. aad 1. T. Da. ea poet, thai aa aad eaealaad la
formation to tb -fleet that the oLT reaaady of aa y eerv lea la
Cholera waa CHLORODYN!. Sea xVaaeW Dae. II. IMA.
Dr. Lowe. Medical Miaalonary In India, report i Dae . 1 mt
thai In nearly evary caaa of Cholera I able Dr. J. COAsJo
BROWNB'8 CHLOB ODTNX waa admlaislaratt, tb SS
Extract from AWioU Tina, Jaa 13, IMA "Cblosoalya. Is
prMcribad by stawa of 'rthodox medical praetltaaaer. Of
eoarsa it woald not tba be aiagalarly popaku AM It got
-supply a want and fl 11 a place.' "
Extract rrom the uaoaral avard ol Health, Uadoa, a la
IU efficacy in Cbolara So strongly ar w loartaas tf Ik
immaoaa valne of this remedy, that wa saaaot too forcably
urae the naeeasity of adoptiag II In all 1 "
CAuTIOW. Non gnnln wllaoat Ik worda Ar. 1.
COLLI? BROWNS" on the Oovaaaaaat Stamp. Iaawalm
lag mmtact t-a-iy srnnsisaahi aah koul.
Sol Manufacturer J. T. BlVBIPOBT,
XX, Oraal Kuaaell St.. Wmamiaii. Iiaata
Sold la Bottle, at la. ld , Is M.. aad 4a. sd.
AgtaU la New Totk. V. U. fcauirau k Cc. aad J. 0.
sTaxxtu ' 17 -tw
BOLI.EH A CO.
SAB JI A H II.N-BE4 F.IVF.n PF TAL
klnburg' thla day, and In perfect cadet. For sale by
May SI, 1S7A
BOLLES A CO.
Invoice of American Clocks,
gjHts SaU AT BAB FBANCXBCtt PIK ES.
May 20. HH. (HI am) H. backtxld a CO.
Al.r. sM'fsTrir. I.EBWAX AMD sobwe,
OIAN, to quarts and pint.
Clarets, Bhine Wine, Bitters,
Brandy In cask and cases,
ITam aiiaai Bttsisa A Ale aha L, Tar sal at
May , 1875. (tit xmj H. EUSCXTB-Xt A CCS
: ilnil 1 A u 5 -2
lis vi s S v rrh -null
f tl Si en o ! i j i