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fPrepri for Ihr Hawaiian Guetfte.
ntraliin, Kew Zealand aid California Mail 8taers-8rtednle for 1875.
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The Great Flood in France.
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lay between Una port aod Kan Franckco, Is made f . the auperlor speed of the
Phases of the Rood for the Month of Aagu.it, 1876
ruritti by caft. rutin avim. BtBuotaaim.
HONOLULU MEAN TIME.
Int. New Moon
Bib. First Keener
la. Fall Moon.
gard. Satst ttaarter
Sotli, New Maun . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,
TIM K HUN RININO AND PKTTlNli
tit. Pan Iti.e.
stti. Son Kiee.
lafta, Hon Rises
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Btli. Bun Rum.
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F..r windward Port., per atnir Kllauea. Aur. ZW T OIL
lam. P M Matinnhi. II I, Bheldon. H R Hltruenek, F L Clarke,
Alr cle.n. Oeo McLean. Dr BerEcran, Mr. Thia Klne'
HI. Ra W L M..hnnna A wile. Mr- M-rrlll A S rhll.Iren'
r Afuor. Mrs l: lllcklon, child A servant. J R.nerta,.n
IT Lore. Mr. Lidenlr. A Cnna, L Severance, J K Cnauna. J
Nott A dauBhler. J... Richardaon. 0 W I;. Ihoi- ,. Mr Roberta,
J Nawnbi. Chaa I! .k n. H Gordon, and abeot 300 on deck.
ntRHit:.
LtTERT BATCH.
New York,
New York,
leiodon,
Lond'iu,
July 1.
telexrapbic .... July 1H.
by aiall July 10.
telinrraphu:. ... Jul J IS.
by mail Jaly 1.
H.dnej ier mail ateamer July 8.
Aurkland, " ' July B.
Portland, 0.. direct par latest arrival, J. A, Falkinbari
HII.,, Hawaii. July SSI.
(Ml Ml It I II.
BOKOLVLV. AUG. 4. 1B76.
Wt- tiave liad a more lively week alonn the wharves than
for several weekxpasl. and our marine report shows a
ffoodJy number of fur.-u?n arrtvalx.
Ttie urir tt'ni, II. Allen brtiarr- a carxo of flrew-ood, with
i. tbousand oraruves, consigned to F. A. hchaefer ot Co,
These oraiiBes, wen' lufertor In aVsed and guantliy to what
were ffrmerly pmdoced In the Society croup, and .old for
as.rs irofa.00 per tliouaand. It,ls stated that the Ijos Are
Belee oranrea have also been Inferior this aeaaon to Uie
f rait of previous .'-ears, as our own fruit has also been. The
brut will retum t Tahiti next week w Ith a carxo of cattle,
from the ranch of Mr.INjwaett on this island.
From Han Kra'iclaca we have three harks tn report, viz :
the Mary bell Hotjerta, with aaso--tcd cara;u, and the Kvlk
In ballast, both roasaBned to Mesara. Hackfeld t Co : and
th hark Clara Bell, with assorted cargo, conslrned to Mr.
A. J. Carta rich'. The Kvlk will load for China and the
other two vessel, for Ban Francisco. Frelchts at this season
are dull, and will remain so for two or three months, or
tin: II tin to w sugar crop begins to arrive.
Tin barkentlii' Emma Augusta brlnga a full cargo of
redwood lumber from Humboldt llay, and will be follow
ed In two weeks Uy the brig J 11 Ford, with a similar car
go of this desirable lumber.
The bktm J A Palklnbunr brine the usual assortment
of fresh Oregon produce. Including flour, bread, hams,
oats, salmon, etc. Hhe is consigned to Messrs Castle 4
Cooke, aad will lirad for Portland with despatch.
It la understood that the hark Kvlk will bring another
lot of Chlueav lni migrants for thift place, similar to those
bbc landed here four month) since. More of the laboring
class from Truth China and Japan are wanted here, lo sup
Bll tie frequent deaths among the Hawaiian. It would
I" a I'll If famuli could la- brought
Tn. latest reports of the Han Francisco markets show
no tmprovi-inent in island sugars, rice, coffee, or pulu, and
t'liaitiaas there at lapre-entod aa very much overdone, with
la re- atocke acciimitlatliut.
BEOK WITH SKINNER In thla city, al the reaidearr n.
the bridegroom. July 2Mb. I,v Kev Ii. U.lr I l- l(.
H C Iiamon. Mi. Maurice C' Ileckwlth tu Mlaa Msrv Elia-
aheth Skinner, of Keenr. N. II.
It I It I II.
In Honolulu, Jolj 29, to the wife of Mr. H Schmidt, a
SOTEK OF I III: it FFK.
Lo Bubtkebb Cheating the poor lDdlao6
the BoatoD Advertiser.
-So ssjs
We arc rcqnesled to state that the Tbarsdas' even
ing concerts will be discontinued dnrine Anirnst.
1T StBtistics In tbc California papers bIiow that
there has been an incrcaac of population of about
40,000 persona darinr; the first half of 1875.
From Tariti. By the briw W. H. Allen, wclcsrn
tbst war has broken out again in the Marquesas
Croup, and the throe war ships which were at Tahiti
liavt; been despatched thither to quell tbc disturb
ances. Babe Ball. A match was played on Saturday af
ternoon between the Athletes and the Pacifies, In
which the former scored 21 to their rivals' 7. The
game was very well played on both sides, aud occu
pied about two hours.
HT" Bark D. C. Murray sailed hence July 6, and
probably reached San Francisco about tbc end of
that month. She would leave sirs in hy Saturdavthe
7th. and be due here tbc 21st or 23ud. She will
bring our next msil.
ruitr of iiuom .
ARRIVED.
July 2 Srhr Fairy Queen, Hasina, from HanalsL
Hchr Kioaa, Ahulbala, from Muluaa.
SB II- B. M.'a Petarel, from Panama.
Scur Warwick, John Bull, from Lanai.
80 flchr Katoni. Ravnolda, from Kabului. af pssaengera.
( Ufa : llOuftkgasugar.fiOligs putstoea, 81) bides.
SI Srl.r Pauahi, liopn, from liilo.
Behr flattie, Kika, from Koloa ami Walmaa. C paa-aengara-
Oarao: 8SS bga paddy. 184 bga augar. 41
ca hiiiss, 83 tigs pis, 7 bbla beef, 3 bbla tallow, 6
11; v H. Atler. Cbaae, 30 day f' r i fiapsets.
Btmr. Kitanea, Marchant, from Nawiliwlll.
Aag. 1 lira t J A. ralaluburg, Brown, JS days frosa Portland-
Brk't Biums Aaguata, Rock, 21 daya from Hum-
Bcbr Priaoa, Beck, from Kona and Rao. 11 paa
aengara. Oargv : 248 bla pulu, 1111 bga coflfi'e. 4 ca
bottet . 18 hidsa, 27 bdla gnat akina, 3 bbla ullua,
244 bdla avra root, 1 canoe, 3 hog.. 8 bdla cane, 16
lull- bananaa. S bdla polatoea, 1 bdl cocoanula. 3
baa oiangea, 1 hx pine apple, 2 coup, chicken., 1
bdl calabashes. 3 roll leather, 3 oa niachinsry.
Brhr Ln ka, Kaai. Irian M ultra Gargo IB cord,
woad. 14 pes lnda. 1 lib! tallow.
Srl.r Mile Morris, Lema. from Mol.ikal. ' paaaon
aera. fAtrao : S3 bda abeep, S lamba, 22 boga, 2V
hca nxlatoe. 8 bdl. caaa.
S wl -a. .1 bill., don. Sea.
Srlir lU"Okahi, Clark, from liana. Chryo: 264 'kg"
augar. 13 pra hidea.
S Bk Ular..
BA Mar.
Bcbr Mniiuokswai, Kalawala, from AuaUols. Corpu :
1 2 cia.l. wood.
8 aU Krlk . from Han Francisco, auchorld ontside.
Behr An ive Puaahiwa. from Kawalhai.
Bcbr Actrve, from Kohala.
8 hchr . tu Merrill Crsue, from Lahalna.
8A1LKD.
Jaly aa Br stsar McOraaor Orainger for Sydney.
SB Sun r Ki.auea alarehant, for Nawiliwlll.
I" 6. H I'l'liaarola. f .r Maui and Hawaii.
Sehr Annie, Kalauau. for Kona and Ksu
80 Ktuaa Ahulbala, for Maliko.
Behr Warwick. John Ball, for Moloksl.
51 tjchr Nettie Merrill. Orane, for Labaiua.
Behr Fairy Qnean. Kaains, for llanalei.
Aug X Sch' Karnes, Reynolas. for Kshului.
tchr Warwick. John Bull, for Moloksl.
3 Behr Prince, Bee, far Kona and Kan.
bcbr HatUe, Nik, for Koloa and Walmaa.
fa-br Psuahi, llopu. for H!lo.
Bohr 1'u okal.i. Clark, for Hank.
laF" The rate of sleeping accommodations for
passengers on the Central Pacific railroad if W per
night, but where two occupy b stateroom together,
tin- expense may be divided. There arc uo ordinary
sleeping cars Id use on this line.
t3 Donald McLennan has returned from Wash
ington, where he was very successful in necotiatlng
contracts for the Mission Woolen Mills, with the
War Derpartment. He has received contracts for
blaukete aod woolen clothes amounting to $300,000,
Erratum. In the fifth paragraph from the close
of the Supreme Court decision on the first page.
there occurs a blank which was not filled out in the j
copy or prool, but wnich should read" the case of
Wai See and Ching Sec vs. Young Shcong et al is to
be sustained, H etc.
tjgr- A fire occurred at one o'clock Tuesday morn
ing, at Kahaiki, about throe miles out on the Era
road, in which a frame boose owned by Mr. Dowsctt
and occupied by a Portuguese and bis family was
consumed. A little girl, about seven years old, was
consumed with the building.
Fat Cattle. The steamer brought up from
Kauai on Ssturdny, fitly bead of unusually fine cattle
from the farm of F. 8inclairt near Wsimea. They
were all very fat and large, and looked as it thev had
been got ready for a cattle show Instead of for the
slaughter house.
A Tuoomo Match. A wager ot (500 a side is
proposed between the tugs Neptune and Lookout,
of San Francisco, to determine their respective pull
ing qualities. Tbc tugs will be attached by a hawser
stern to stern, and the one which drags the other
around the bay will be declared the winner. The
tug Favorita bas a similar challenge from both the
contestants inthistrlkl.
L .shepherd. 16 daya from San Franciaco.
Belle Roller t. If. day. from San raiiciar.k
r ilpptna McmonuiiU.
or nar v J A Fauhbbcbo. Sailed from A.loria
Julr 18tl. first part of passage had strong KIV w wind- to
las. . long. 10. froaa theuoe to 1st. SC. long. 14 W. had
uiatntalr K E wind; from thence to port atrong N N E
tin- aat etui of Moloaai HatiiuUv .Inly 3lat, 11
a., aad arrival.! at Honolulu 7 r. a., makuifc the passage in
18 days.
Rsruav or Bun W H Allsb. Left Bora Bora Wednesday,
Jar BSB at 2 a . Brat 14 boar, out bad light SE wind,
from watch to latitude 4C 00 south exrrjenoel N E wind,
frees tasaoee to lal itnde 1 00 north EASE wind and vsria
I Friar, the lis bad atrong N K trades to tha Ialsnd of
Hawaii, which was atgbled on Bandar July 28tb, at 8:30 r
Laid three days .lodging slamt off Hawaii aad two days off
the port at HII,. with light northerly winds and calma.
Thursday light braeae sprung up from E S E. which freab
ened graiduallv into a naodarate breese and continued until
taalia waa reached, rounded lliamond Head Point Friday the
Both at ccBO r. a . and anchored In the Bay at 7 r. a , S3
oars from Bora ilora. No passenger.
Kltaakh U. I'll tax. Waaler
V I aa 1 1 Kapeetrd from KoreLgo Porta.
11. r. M. frigate Kapulse, Admiral Cochrane, from Victoria
Y. I. soon.
Ass bk Ceytori Wood, from Boston, sailed April e, to
Bbassra. C Braver Co.
N tier bk Coder . froai Bremen, sailed May 19, to Mesara.
H. Haekfeld A Co.
Abb bk rasa ill n. Boblnaoti, sailed from Paget Sound about
J saw BV lamaar u H. Oaokfald A Oo.
Asa. bk Kjaaaa C. Deal, sailed from Newcaatle, N. S. W.,
In May. with coals la C. Brewer A Co.
Mail Steamer, will be due as per time table above.
Aa bar. D. . Mat-ray, Fuller, due from Ban rtaacisco
August 22. to Brewer ACo.
Brig J B tford. Jeaks. froaa San Francisco via Humboldt
soon, to neckMd AOs.
Bunker IIill. Wc are Indebted to Mr. Peter C.
Tones Jr., for a fac-slmilc of the Massachusetts Spy,
published tn 1775, giving an account of the bat
tle of Banker Hill. It is printed on brown paper, as
was the original, and has a picture of the landing of
the British troops in Boston. Altogether Its appear
ance is quite revolutionary. It can be seen in the
window of our store.
Natal. Tbc Challenger will sail on Saturday for
Hilo, Tahiti and Valparaiso, homeward bound.
She left England in December 1872, aod it is thought
that she will arrive home lo May next.
H. B. Majesty's flag ship Repulse, Admiral
Cochrane, Is expected here soon from Victoria, V. I.
She is a large iron-plated frigate, and draws some
twenty-four or five feet of water a deeper draught
than can cross the bar.
B. B. M's. ship Peterel from Panama, via Galla.
pagos Islands, 80 days, arrived on Thursday lal.
The foil owing is a list of her officers :
Cbaaaaandrr fn. : da C. Oonkson.
XAearrnawf Wm. II. 1 1 ami arson . James J. L. Sissou.
.-W. .u-uh-nont Hugh It. Rooasr.
.V'trvo(ing Lini.Voon.' N it: I. I Child.
Jhyavuh-r Jubti Lahouverie Page.
Stnf Surftem Robert L Bett,
Midshipman Henry Leeke.
ilnuxrtcai'a Jeremiah Lea re
r.ayiserrj Chaa D. Tbotnaa, Walter Crirhton.
IMPORTS.
ner be W. H. Allen July 31
r cords wood. It, 000 oranges, 1,000 cocoauuU lb galls lulie-
Bbbs
Froaa naraboi.lt par bk Emm AugusU Ang 1283,841
fast lumber. 1.81a fast spltt post 280 aa smaglsa
Froat Portlaad. par J A ralklDbarg. Aag. 1st. 3024 bbla
s M hlf 1.1... saln.on. 4 es ham, 108 ca pilot bread, 000 sks
fl.aar . 180 ska oata 10 kit salmon, SO cords stare lumber, 1800
at
Frees Baa miifsB.il, per Bk Clara Bell, Aug. 2.-44 pkga
isiiiaaisai 1 as lmils. 80 tina soda cracksra, 2 bxi a 10 ca
cigars. 1 cat 2 hi. rubber good, lea plated arena china .Sea
hat. 8 e and, S oa dotaeetk- cotton, 1 ca boot. 3
hlaehrlsap-. 4 cla a 8 bbla soda bottlre. 2 pkga aawa, 1 bhl
ochre, 1 1 drag. 1 bx varnish, 1 tall sacks. 1 ca a 1 bdl oi
bow. 1 bdl aprinfa, tea aardware, 1 pkg A keg rivets. 1 hi
UaaU. 2 ' - - ( ea radar. S bla duck, 3 pkga sawing. C
es BaaWa. 22 ca Uilaacco. 80 bbla salmon. 1 bl domestic 3 ca dry
a aat. 1 es statu I stone. 8 oa a 10 seka onion.. 28 ak pot
toaa. 80 doors, J lgt windows, 8 pkga blinds, 1 bx blindft.
Si pkga unapscined seaae, t boa eggs, 10 cs fish in oil, 20 bis
dry goods. 10 tsua hay, 10,000 redbrick. 800 red wood posts.
tress Ban Praoolseo par bk Mary Ball Roberts Aag 880
esasa aad CO pk aad 8 boat sndsc, 2 pk. Bamplea 16 cs and 1
bb! most 2 cs bell aad fitting. 1 cs book. 3 bdl. hesalsni 22 c
and S hot, whiet v 10 ca P wine 8 as wine I bale corks 1 box
taitartcarid, 1 c iitatloatiry, le drags, 6 cs and J bbla paint, 6
aka aaat 1 r aal l c airtba. 12 keas haras shoes. 80 iron pots.
1 c milltar. gose.. 8 at bitters, 6 as uf metal, 806 kga and 1
1 caawtatia. 10 rs
ta t nail, 1 esaddlary. S cf paper hanging. BOO qr ska of
Boar 22 pk. tobt.oo. 4 cs peppara. 1 c celery sslL 2 cs oysters.
1 o aaaatla. 10 rs catsup, 1 c waluata. SO cs canned goods, 10
es patted meat. 1 pkg mdse. 10 ca turpentine. 22 oa and 8
BBS and 1 atx hardware, SB pkga shovels, 2 ca whisky and 1
k.t Mt. i bbh and 1 ca lamps, 1 box glass, 11 kegs horse
sheas, 1 glass goods, 2 ca oil s 2 coil, lordage, S cs stove
equipment.. S e leather. 1 oa shoe binding. 4 hxs croquet. 6
bar nam'1, iron. 3 oka hoe. 1 pke A 10 ox horse hoe nail.
frai tea, 1 ca blacking. 4 bla hose, l bbl a 1 bx
;,kg sadas. 10 as asdae, 1 bbl lamp ehlmdeys. 4
I r- pa tur,
cruekerv 0
roll teethe
I trara. 2S pkca
4 ra aaddliai. 4 ca crank. S ca poadct. 1 ca burnrra. 7 pkg
IB snail 2 m rlothlnx. 1 k wl,et meal. 151 1.1. hav. 21 k.
ot. 80 ski potatoes, M ski bras, 9010 redwood posts, l.SvOs
Coal fo b Governmekt. The Government, says
the Bulletin, la now laying In a winter's supply of
Coil. About 7,000 tons have just been purchased
at Philadelphia for the Navy Yards at Boston, Nor
lolk and Portsmouth. There hsvc also recently been
large purchases lo the same markot for naval stations
on the Pacific, including cargoes for Mexico, Hono
lulu, San Francisco and Alaska. A large number of
vessels will be required to transport this Coal to the
respective destinations.
Choice Goods. Mr. Mcloeruy has inst opened
some attractive goods, such aa boots and shoes, gold
and silver Jewelry, and fsncy goods of almost every
kind. lu addition to the large assortment hereto
fore kept, be will hereafter keep a line of traveling
trunks, valises, bags, fcc stock which has always
been needed here, and seldom could be lound.
Some of bis new style trunks are very fine and sur
pass anything of the kind Been here or elsewhere.
Sec his advertisement, and then lake a look at his
stock.
Just what is Wanted. Measre. Dillingham ,v.
Co. hire received by steamer a model of tbc Tur
bine Windmill, of which bo much has been said of
late. It ia constructed on a new principle, tbat of
tbc turbine water wheel, aod combines ill the ad
vantages, strength and power of the latter. The
model works like a charm, and if, as is claimed for
the mill, no Accident has ever been known to occur
to it from storms, It most prove just the windmill
required here. Its coat is no greater than that of the
old-fashioned, obsolete and expensive mills.
Temperance Meeting. Pursuant to a call issued
last week, a large number of Hawaiiansand foreign
ers assembled in Kaumakapili Church on Saturday
evening. Rev. II. Kuaea was chosen chairman, and
L. Poll, Esq., secretary. After some preliminary
discussion the following preamble and resolutions
were adopted:
Whereas, The use of Intoxicating drinks among
tbc people, both natives and foreigners, bas become
a dangerous evil, ind
Whereas, His Majebtt the King, in his recent
address to the soldiers, bas eloquently advocated a
national reform in this particular ; therefore
Baolrtd. That recognising the vital importance to
tbe national welfare and safety of the reform thus
inaugarated by our King, we most heartily endorse
tbe same, and pledge our individual efforts and ex
ample in its support.
ffrTtfr. That tbe thanks of this meeting are
hereby tendered to His Majesty for tbe noble stand
he has thus tiken in tbe ciusc of temperance.
Messrs. Kuaea, Sheldon, Green, Poll, and Kcknka
hiko were named as a committee to present tbe reso
lutions to His Majesty. The meeting then adjourned
to convene on Sunday evening next at Kaumakapili
Church, when several speakers will deliver addresses
on the subject of temperance, advocating the forma
tion of temperance societies throtighoat the group.
three thoubabd houses powb bixtt arfLUOBS OP
DOLLARS IB PROPEBTT LOST.
rFrom the London Post, June 2s.
The geographical position of France, although in
many respects highly favored, is such a. to entail
upon large districts of tbe country a liability to be
suddenly deluged by the overflow of flooded rivers.
At Toulouse such inundation have occurred every
twenty years or, at least, 1815, 1S35 and 1S5S al
though never before to the same extant as at present,
or with the ealamitoua consequences to life and pro
perty which we are now called upon to record. Ia
1654 the whole valley of the Rhone, was visited in a
similar manner. Tbe streets of Lyons were for many
days traversed by boats, and notooly trees and rattle,
but bridges, churches, houses, even whole villages
were swept away, and grrtt number of people were
either drowned or buried amid fallen ruins. But
when compared with the inundation which has now
we hope subsided, all others sink into com parotide
insignificance. A week ago tee-day, our correspondent
tells us, the River Gsronne, at Toulouse, was unusu
ally high, but no serious danger was apprehended,
and no precautionary measure, were taken. On
W ednesday tbe waters rose rapidly, and by ten o'clock
in the morning tbey had reached the level of the
flood at 1855. At two o'clock two arches of a bridca
and twenty houses were swert away, and the floating
swiastning baths and lavatories were torn from there
moorings sod hurried down the torrent. At fire the
water overflowed the parapet which protects the popu
lous quarter of St. Cyprian ; at six it was ten feet deep
in tbe streets, and before night thin quarter was cut off
from ibe rest of the town, the three bridges of com
munication being destroyed. All night the crash of
falling bouses and
the cries AsTS bhriees or SrrFERERS
Wore heard. On Thursday the flood began to abate,
and the water had fallen six feet hy tbe evening. In
the town of Toulouse alone, it is said, VUU persons
hare perished, and 20,000 are left destitate. Nearly
3,000 bunfeR hj. t fa Her., ind tbe destruction of pre
1'crtv if roughly estimated at from 12,000,000 iterl
iug. The whole valley of the Garonne if said to re
semble a v aat lake, covered with fragments of the
ruins of tbe town, as well as with wreck brought down
from higher districts, and dotted with corpses, some
of them wearing she costume of places twenty leagues
away.
Although it is upon this particular district that
the calamity has fallen with the greatest force, yet
THE NEIGHBOR! IfG DEPART KJTT8
Hare also been terrible sufferers. In Aude the crops
hare been extensively destroyed. At Bagncres dc
Bigorre tbe Adour bas carried away bridges and
cottages. At Verdun (Ariege) more than fifty houses
bare fallen, and many persons hare been drowned.
In Tarn-et-Garonne crops hare perished; and at
Xenouillet, a Tillage six kilometres frem Toalouse,
mly three houses out of four hundred are left standing.
The railway between Bordeaux and Toulouse, is cut
n a doien places, and the whole country i. submerged.
The power of tbe surrounding districts to assist the
;reateat s offerer is crippled by their own losses,
nd the communication with distant parts uf the
ountry is greatly impeded. It is doubtful whether
be description of what has actually happened will
nclude eren the greater part of the calamity, As
be waters recede a surface saturated with moisture
be exposed, and this surface will be strewn with
he corpses of men and animals in erery stage of
Composition. Exposed to tbe exhalations hence
rising there will be a large population reduced to
bso.ate want dependent upon charity for all the
ecessaries of life, destitute alike of clothes, of food,
f shelter, and of employment. To communities thus
ituated diseat-c comes with footsteps tbat are neither
ardy or nnncertain, and it is only by tbe most prompt
and energetic aid from external sources tbat the in
habitants of Toulouse can be sared from eren greater
ills, if sueh be possible, than those which hare already
befallen them.
TBI CACHE OF THE CA LAV ITT.
In order to form an idea of tha causes of tbe inun
dation it is only necessary to glance ut tbe physical
;eography of the departments in which it bas occurred.
fher lie on the northern, slopes of the Pyrcneos, and
are intersected by nuineroa and rapid rirers, of which
at least four unite to form the Uarunne before it
reaches Toulouse. There has been heary and con
tinuous rain orcr the whole of tbe mountain range,
and a fall of snow at Lus. where it would directly
well the head waters of the Garonne. It is said that
at least a contributory cause is furnished by the great
destruction of timber in the district during the last
eentury. Trees not only absorb water largely from
the soil, but they also prevent the surface from being
baked and hardened by tbe son. and they check the
rapidity and abruptness with which rain would other
wise reach the ground. When it falls unimpeded
upon dry and barren hillsides, it will run from them
almost as freely as from tbe slooping roofs of bouses,
and a few hours will carry the water of the mountain
storm to swell the volume of tbe nearest rirer. It
is easy to be wise after the event : but in a district so
situated there is great room for measures of preren
tion, and the riparian authorities, whoever they may
be, should be intrusted with powers commensurate to
the magnitude of the recurring erils, which, by wise
precautions, they might do much to mitigate or avert.
Eren the tiny floods which sometimes occur in this
country are often greatly aggrarated by local neglect,
by some silting up of the ehannel of a stream, or by
some ill-placed bridge, which forms an obstacle to tbe
passage of an unusual body of water. In rirers which
are liable to be swollen by mountain torrents the
channels should be made the objects of unceasing
solicitude, and tbe span and construction of bridges
should bo determined by other than purely local considerations.
T -e steamer carried away on Monday 330
pa, encera, thirty of whom were in the saloon.
t3T The United Stat is-Ship of war California late
ly sold for about $23,000, is to be broken up, being un
fit to refit for baa.
EST" A abort Georgian bas six daughters who are
each more than six feet in height Tbey are evident
ly above "par."
t" The U. S. Ship PensacoU sailed on Thurs
day, July 29, for Lahalna, l-akin-jr the steamer's for
eign mail for thai port.
Tnx Eucaltptcs. The California HortiailtKrid,
has tbe following paragraph regarding this tree:
As it ad ra u ccs in its growth the lower limbs seen
to shed naturally ; and Us bablt Is to grow Tery tall,
which makes it desirable to cut off to a certain ex
tent Its top. When this is done, it then throws out
three or four limbs, which extend up at a great
length aad almost pcr)eudicularly, in a straggling
manner, and as single trees are not handsome or at
tractive to tbc eye. Tbi is no detriment to it for
groves or forests, but does not make It suitable near
dwellings orou roadsides. Althoojrh tbey arc plant
ing thip Australian gnm tree ao much in tte wanner
countries of Europe (chiefly we suppose for its
health-giving quelit.es.) as well as in California, in
promenades, and pnblic and private gardens in
fact, it seems making the tour of the world we con
fess, as fur as wc have noticed It here aa a single tree,
we csnnot regard it as a beantifol one, except when
quite young, ur when it is about three or four yeara
old.
'While there is much truth in the remarks of the
HortimUuriMt. yet it must be conceded that the
Eucalyptus is quite as ornamental as are the pines,
most of which shed their lower limbs In the aame
manner as do the Eocaly ptus tree. The latter are
much improved by trimming or rather by heading;
down, which renders them more busby and orna
mental. In some localities, where not very windy,
tbey become a really handsome tree.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
For San Francisco
slCLARA BELL!
P. P. 8HKPIKRD, SCABTKfi,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
AUCTION SALES.
By E. P. ADAMS.
For Fri'lglit. apply to
ALEX. J. CARTWKIOHT.
For San Francisco.
THE AMKIUl AN BARK
rMARY BELL ROBERTS
C'APT. L. C. OREY.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For FrHctit and I "ansa-?, bartnc superior accwninoda-
tx.fia, apply to
HI II. IIACKFEI.D A CO., Afeots.
FOR TAHITI.
The A 1 Brla;
W. Hi AJLLEN,
CAPT. CHASE
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For FretKbt or Pasaage, apply to
Wl U F. A. SCI. AEFER CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMEIVTS.
Forns.
J HAVE OLV HAXD A FI.WE CO ELECTION
of th.- MAUI Fl .RNs. which an? conaldered the mont
beautiful In tli icroup. Thrj ore nfauUfuIIv mounted: on
rani, with th- ir names. For sale by
Ml lni II. M WIIITXEY.
For Sale or For Lease.
A II IMtSOMi: COTTAUE, I'M. S T-
ly locavb-d, with garden, Ac, containing parlor, three
IxmJ rvo rrui, two closets, dining room, kitchen and
pantry, bathroom, servants buse, rarruure house and
atable, all very convenient, and In perfect order. Apply to
Ml tT HUOO STAXQENWAIaU, M.U.
Ml:
THEGREATCENTENNIAL
APPROACHING !
GRAND OPENING!
M. McINERNY
Hit?- Just Received
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST SAI LIN. . BARK
Jane A. Falkinburg,
J. A. BKOW3T. X ASTER.
Having Part of her Cargo Engaged,
Will Sail for the above Port withDiipatch.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
Ul It CASTLE A (taOKK, Agents.
FOR HONGKONG!
The Fine Norwegian Bstrk
I.OKA X-K. MASTER,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or
Ml
Passage, apply to
IL HACKFEI.D t CO., Agents.
For Portland, Oregon.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
if&MATTIE MACLEAY,
JJ. WALTEWi MASTEU,
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
Fur Freight or Faasage, apply to
543 im II. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A. 8. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
-PER
STEAMER MACCREGOR
Tlio ritiotat HaIzxosb
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
HENRY MAY,
SO Fort Street,
-HAS
Received from Sao Francisco !
aTJASES VI I TIT. II PEPPEKS,
Cases Celery Salt.
Cases Pickled Oysters,
Cases Tomato Catsup,
Cases Tobaseo,
CASES PICKLED WALNUTS !
Cases Gherkin.,
Cases, 1 A 2 lb. Salmon.
Cases Borden's Milk, " Eagle" brand,
Cases Apricots, Qrapes,
Cases Peaches and Pearl,
Cases Apricot and
Peach Jam,
Cases Raspberry, Strawberry and
Blackberry Jelly,
CASES ORANGE MARMALADE, CASES HONEY
HAZARD'S POTTED HEATS,
Potted Duck, Chicken, Tnrkcj, Game, 4c,
Cases Devilled Bam,
Cases Sheep's Tongue.
Cases French Plums in small bxa
Cases California Chun,
Casks Whittaker's "Star" Hams.
Cases Codfish, Cases Breakfast Bacon,
Cases Lard, in i A 10 lb tint.
Cases Small Hominy,
Cases Crushed Wheat !
Cases Cracked Wheat,
Cases Oatmeal,
Tins Wine, Milk and
Soda Crackers,
Cases Saloon Bread,
Golden Grate Flour,
Superfine Flour, Graham Flour,
NEW CALIFORNIA POTATOES,
NEW CALIFORNIA ONIONS.
ALSO
OREGON OATS. SUPERIOR QUALITY.
TRUNKS, VALISES,
Carpet Bags. &c.,
Ever Seen in this City!
CONSISTING OP
Ladies' Eiveted Sole Leather Trunks,
S4 Inch.
I .u.l i".' Bridle Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Zinc Embossed Saratoga Trunks,
Ladies' Ekqanl Leather Covered Saratoga
Trunks,
Ladies' State Room Trunks.
Gents' Eivt'd Sole Leather Trunks
. in Is' Itin n il Bridle Leather Trunks,
Gents' Riveted Sole I-eather Valises,
Gents' Bridle Leather Valises,
Genta' Boston Valises.
Genta' Patent Cover Valises.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
Russia Leather Dressing Cases.
MISSES' AND BOYS'
Ieathei and Manila Scbool Ilaest.
Trunk and Shawl Straps,
Blanket and Shoulder Straps. 4c.
This Elegant Line of Goods
WILL BE
Ready for Inspection this Wednesday.
Cf; - Lstwiles and OenUcmen from the othrr Islands want
Ins; anything In the above line, will do well to secure one
Or more jit once.
CYPHRENES!
T. nUUIM, OHM IMIKIt.
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Anffust 93d.
All freight Intended for shipment per Steamer either to
sari Francisco or the Colonies will be received In the
Btvamer Warehouse Free or Ntorttxe.
The Agents will give a Ware house- Receipt for all Mer
chMudlse but will not be responsible for loss by lire.
atsT For Freight and &wmage, or nay further lnfor
iiiatiou, apply to
63-1 C. BBKWER A CO.. AgentH.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The 1. S. . Co's Fine Steamship
t 4
lvr x
ADC
CAPTAIN F. awOORE.
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W
On or about August MttH.
All freight Intended for Hhlpment per Steamer either to
hnn Francisco or tbe Colonies will be receivea in tne
Steamer Warehouse Free of nturaye.
The Agents will give a Wsrehuuse-Rcelpt for all Mer
cbnallse, but will not be responsible for loss by lire.
r r - For Freight and PasVMffe. to Sydney, New
Zealand snd Melbourne, appiy to
642 C BKKWEB A '.. Agent.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, : : AUGUST 5th,
AS bMF-paat 9 A. .. atSVaJea Stooni,
An Assortment of
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
AND
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
ICAafELY
Fine Prints, Muslins, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Marino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harrard Shirts, Fane; Flannel Orel-shirts,
Wool S lo. rv w L s !
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amoskeag Denims,
Amoskea; Stripes, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Soils, Bed Quilts,
Marino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hon,
Men's Soeks, Bridles and Bits,
Trareling Bags, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Groceries, tfco.
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pins, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
ate. attc awe.
Kegs and Bags Brown Sugar!
AUCTION SALES.
Bt C. 8. BARTOW.
THIS DAT.
WEDNESDAY, : : : : AUG. 4th,
AS 1 'elaafSt A. will aa eat Id
A File aid Ckoke Assert
-or-
lYuOOMlil'GO
LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
Real AjDoakrac Denims, Brown Co turns, Ftno Uneoa
Linen Towelling . Batbina Towels, Bed TValttSJ,
Scarlet BtaaAoa naaraal. Baas ftsoaa Caste.
Italian Cloak, White Linen lurttl. Bad uullta,
Corarleta. Lara Wutttow Catraatsat,
Car pe Una asaS affair carpets ha staaO kMs at aatt pax-
CLOTHING-!
rtrvs Cashmere chawla, I'nktn Caul mere Paaffa,
Amuakaac Pants and Jinn per. Walte .tharav.
Hats. Coraeta, ctilklreu s aad Msaaa.' Hsaasa,
Hosiery. l ndrahlrta and DrwaaerB, Ae., ate. A.
I raOX SATE, KIDOn A WD BAOrff BROW Iff SCtJAJs.
Also, at I. o elraelt ate.,
S OOOD RADDLE HORSES,
I DOUBLE-SKAT CARRIAGE.
i superiob cARRi.tor no
HAKSEam.
C. S. BA&TOW. Aa
OREGON DRIED APPLES,
FRESn OREGON BREAD,
1 GROVER A BAKER FAMILY BEWCfO MA. II IX L
In (foot! order.
SAIIDI.KS. BXS, t tLIIIIKMA APPLES.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
CREDIT SALE
At Auotlon.
IT THE STOW Of MESSRS. F. 1 SCHEFES I CO.
OIL BLACKING.
a -
. - l
Ww
it
WATER-PROOF DRESSING
AND
LEATHER PRESERVATIVE !
IK Tin: wiiBi.li.
TRY IT.
toil SALE IM llliSOI.l l.l BY
UULLES 4 CO.
Manufactured by
C. 3. PINKHAM A Co.,
HILO, HAWAII.
Orders solicited mad promptly
atU'ndtM to.
O
i r
. r
z
o
'o T ' " .of
'3NIM0V1O1IO
r"W
On Tuesday and Wednesday next
Use litis sued M lass., at 1 A. BL.
When a Weil Assorted Stock of
DESIRABLE GOODS !
Will Be asawreJ an Lltwral Terwaa.
This sale will present a fayorabts opportunity to tha
trade to make pttrr hassa For partkrulara aae Foaasr-
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
SLOOP FOR SALE
j&jt Auction I
JZnual Pncltot.
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA !
THE 8CH0OMER
K Jk. M: J I L E !
IIOI,M.s. MASTER-
Will have raTTilar rlUpatch for the above named Porta,
no aod after Hie 5tb of Novemljer next, nntU fltrtiier uotica
Frt iiflit and Iasaaaje taken at the Isowest Kates.
513 BOLLE8 ft CO., Agents.
ALSO, FEB SAME ARRIVAL,
36 III Ft Kit i: T MI LLS OF .11 F.V'S
IS III SLIPPER WARE!
Which have ouly to be seen to be appreciated,
THEY SPEAKFOR THEMSEL VES
AL&0
Watches, Chains, Silver Ware, (solid,)
Diamond Jewelry. Ac.,
Wliicli will To o Hold Ijow
l A I.I. ASD EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES.
M. MclNERY.
TIME TABLE
OB
TOE HAWAIIAN
STEAMER MLc KIMDBA
MABtllANT, t t t at ANT EH.
Aug. Monday S P. M...
18 Wedncsd.y.S P. SC...
IS Monday S P. M...
FOB BALE BT
It
HENRY MAY.
WM6 CHOlU I'll V Co.
HONOLULU BAKERY.
enerof King sod Mannakea gtreets, Honolnla.
Notice.
MR. JOHN KITS HOI lis mjT POnTK
of Attorney and will attend lo my business during
my absence from the Kingdom. Mr. CHARLES m.
COOKE win art as .Salesman. E. P. ADAJs.
Hortololo, July 21. t875. RSO 2m
Notice.
Di niM; MT A BSFMT. FROM THE It I St.
COM, Mr. U. K. FTFK will act for me under Power
of Attorney. W. a PARKE.
Honolulu, Jnly U. lS'S. 5S0 Im
COOPERAGE !
J. H. BBUsTB.
H. BRUNS & CO.
BTAi IaKATE TO lfOTIFT THE IM ni.M
that they have purchased the entire stoca In trade
oi the late James L. Ltewla, aad tbat tbey will conUnoe to
carry oa the hnatnraa of
Coopering and Gauging fi
At the Old Stand on Klssffr Btseet, near the Bethel, until
further notice. And also,
ON QUEEN STREET, NEAR FORT,
Where they will be found prepared to execute all orders In
their lino.
taaiiA. Keraene Oil Containers tor Tallow.
Etc, Etc, always on hand.
Honolulu, June 12, 187S. 544 6m
May ll, 1875.
Oregon Leaf Lard.
FAI.KIX
BOLLES A CO.
fk LB. CASFJb. It Et XI V E D per
Mann's EuuiBf ration of Hawaiian Plants
THE OESTTjEaf AJT WHO BDKROtTED XT
copy of the above work, will confer a favor by re
turning 1L
(Sal la;;
H. M. WIIITNET.
Kona
Circuit of KauaL
nil. . and Kaunakakal, both
waya.
SO Monday 5 P. M....CIrenltof lUwan.
Sept. a Mouilay .S P. MKona.
ii 13Monday S P. M....HIIO and Kaunakakal, both
ways.
" 23 Thnraday s P. M MawlllwlIL
27 Monday 6 P. M.-.-Clrcult of I la wan.
Bar When there are no cattle to land al Maalaea Ray,
an effort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday p. at.
a :. - On Down Trips the Steamer will not leave Kaalnalu
until 9 A. M., or later ; Makena nnUl 8 am, or later ; and
Maalaea Bay until 8 am. or later, without doe notice of
any change being given.
Rates of Panase trill tie
To or from Kaunakakal, Moloksl. JJ3.O0
To or from Lahalna, Maul 6.00
To or from Maalaea, Maui m, 7.00
To or from Makena, ManL .. S.OO
To or from Mahnkona, Hawaii in. no
To or from Kawalliae, Hawaii - 10.00
To or from Kallua, Hawaii .. in 10.04)
To or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii ... 10.00
To or from Hilo, Hawaii .... 12..10
To or from Kau Coast, Hawaii 1.1. OO
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip ....22.00
To or from any Port on Kauai S.OO
( 'in-Hit of Kauai, Round Trip i 12. OO
Deck '.LHiik'-' r-r ... in-" "iily . .... ........... ........ 2.00
So- Ho Credit for Passage Jlon.y. -sat
Tickets at tin' office only.
No berth will be considered aa taken until paid tel. Not
responsible for unmarked ftsgrnge or any Freight or Par
cels unless receipted ror.
Freight Koney Due on Demand,
star An effort will be made to have Ibe Steamer reach
Honolulu on the evening of the aame day ahe leaves ManL
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Agents
Oata With Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort A Uneen streets
GREAT BARGAINS
IN .
tT E "OT ELiRY,
SOLID METAL WORK.
IN ORDER TO CLOSE OCT THE nil
NESS,
ECKARTWILLSELLATCOST
For the Next Three JI on tha,
THE Tim '
Stock of Solid Gold and Silver Jewelry
ON SATURDAY, : : AUG. 21st,
AS IS tVelsaeat Nooaa. at Brewer'a Watsvrt,
Will be sold at public auction, by order of tha agent. J.
McColgan, the
Sloop Waimalu
To cloas the estate of the Ule K. McCORRlrlTOff. nils
sloop bt over 31 tons, has raaen thoroughly n paln d. cop
pered and copper fastened, tugether with aaUa. anchors
and chants.
For further particulars enquire of J. McCOLOAN, ur
C. 8. BARTOW. Aoetioaaer.
Trustee's Sale of
REAL ESTATE
In the Matter of the Estate of tha lata Captain JOHN
Mb'SK, DxtejaJ.
TA-HT.111 WAHE.
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES !
t t MS, SHELL WORK.
And other Fancy Articles !
Great Bargaini
Call
Soon and Secure
upon cash.
m At the Fort Street Store
Co-Partnership Notice.
the tat dr or
if rahip. under the
H. BRUNa A CO., for the purpose of
lliui: nnderalKnetl linve on
1 April, 1875, entered Into a Co-partnership, under tbe
name and style of J
carrying on the
Coopering; and UanjrlnK Bnalneaa
In all IU branches, and solicit a share of public patronage.
J. H. BBCNrs,
IL QBUBE.
Honolulu, Jane II, 197S, MI m
Verbatim Reporting.
VERBATIM SHORT-HANI REPORTING
for newspapers, also verbatim or partial reports
made to order of lectures, sermone, debates, public meet
ings, proceedings of courts, conventions, committees, Ac
by an experienced short-hand reporter.
817FEBIOB OPPOBTVHITT t
A
INSTRUCTION
IN STANDARD PHONOGRAPHY.
Persons wishing to acquire the art will be thoroughly In
structed for reporting or phonographic professorships on
the following terms :
For a course of eight lessons, sufficient to get the pupil
to reading and writing phonography, nine dollar.
For a oomplete elementary course of twenty-tour lea
sons, fifty dollars.
lor the reporting course : A sufflcisnt number of lessons
to make the pupil, with proper exertions oo hat part, a
practical reporter SS ; or reporting lessons may be taken
In coarse of twenty four lessons, for 1A0 per course.
Three courses, or seventy-two lessons, will generally suf
fice. This Instruction may be taken by malL
Any of the Islands will be visited on special business by
tbe party advertising.
Address IDONEL'H HOMO. Makawao, ManL (HO lm
To be Sold at Auction,
At tha Bales Room of C. S. Bartow, la Uonolaln, oa
SATURDAY, the 28th Day of
August, 1875,
AT 19 O'CLOCK, NOON
ALL THAT TRACT OF LAND SITU
ATE IN TILE DISTRICT OF
KWA, OAiru,
And known as the
K AL AU AO RANCH!
Containing ao area of I .too Attest, by a recent survey by
C. J, Lyons, and lying within aeven mUea of the (Ity of
Honolulu, aud directly on the road from Honolulu to Wal
alua. Tha said land at ssjnject to a Leasa for a term of
Three Years unexpired Title by Stoyal Patent,
For further particulars apply to J. H. CONEY, Trust,
and Executor of tbe said Estate, or to J. MONTOOMBRY,
Solirlti. r. No. S Kaahnmanu street, Honolulu.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aue'r.
NEW SALMON, 1875
Per MATTIE MACLEAY, froB PORTLAND
Pilot Bread,
Extra Superfine Flour,
Lime, Pork, Hams,
Canned Salmon, and
Beef, tfcc&c, tkc.
FOB BALA BT
M la
H. HACK FEED at CO.
SOMETHING
WORTH
A XtTlNO OP REALTY. IT Ul HAIDl a A
A. lor tbrerer, and If fitness la the issistlsl las of
MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
orli.
THE OLDEST,
LAROEST
AND BEST
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Im the United States.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Ut Sin Ajfent for the Hawaiian la Ian da.
A Rare Chance.
For Sale Cheap a Fine Goat Ranch
aaaa. ON THE INLAND OF MA IT, WELL (-aa
aHstocKed with a large herd of HEI.KCTKU COM- "
C.M. in GOATS aeven Dare Aiarora Bock, and B
number of half-breed Angora KI.U. There Is also a line
Dwelling House foew), with Furniture and every conve
nience. Corrals. Pens, Uorsea, Cow and Calf, Shepherd
IKttrs, Ac,, Ac, In fact everything In perfect running con
dition, rosaeaaiou given at once. For full particulars
apply to RICHARD F. B1CKCRTON,
M9 Im Merchant Street,
Invoice of Silk Foulards.
I NT RECEIVED VIA PANAMA.
e
Stay 30, 1975.
H. HACKFELD A CO.
AND HALMON
1 alt IM F C. K NAI.MOV
MT Bellies. In brls, hf-orls and kits,
Pilot Bread, Flour, Hams and Oregon Lima,
For Sale at
May SO, IS7S. (Ml Xm) H. HACKFELD A 008
Notice.
R-IN-LAW. 1
will act for me during my siatsncefrom thh) king
Af BROTHER-IN-LAW, MAX. ECU ART,
" a
saasa
Honolulu. May 12, 17 s.
MRS. CHS. ECEABT.
I tf
25,000 China Bricks.
EXTRA SIZE. WILL LAT ABOUT Sat PER
cant more than California brick, iaarrad par bark
Notice to Postmasters.
A TTENTION IN SPECIAIXT CALLED TO
J the nrw Tariff of Postages In the Culled States,
from July 1, 1H75, whereby prepayment of I. H.
pcataa:e to sandry eavstaatriea ontaltle or tbe
L'nltrd states is made C'ORPTLSOR Y. Sea 0.
8. Mail, Id page, Jnne, 1S7L
Letters not properly prepaid cannot be forwarded.
Tax rotrnaASTJat uxseral.
Honolulu, Jnly IS, I87S. Mi 3t
Kvlk. and for sale by
May II, ISTa,
BOLLES ACQ.
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