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PIBJJSHID AND XttlTKD BT
HENRY M. WHITNEW
WKDXESDA'. AUGCST 18.
Hn Majkstt returned froax Maui on Friday
rreninr, landinr; about 7 oVlark. Daring hi
abort atay on that island, be Waited Wailuku.
Waibee and llapaJakna, wbere be embarked
oo the returning ateajoer. Owing to tbe abort
neaa of bia visit, be will probably revisit Maui
in September, and tbenre on to Hawaii.
Ox oar first page will be found a poetical
roasjKantiou from a resident contributor, which,
if it appears to other as it doe to us, is de
semap of special mention. That we have
writer of true poetical p-r.iu. tbe original
compositions which occasionally appear in our
local papers, furnish ample evidence. If those
who poaxeaw the true poetical gift would oftener
contribute to tbe press, it would be creditable
to them and the islands. At the same time it
be admitted that it at no easy thing to
what is true poetry, until after it ha
through the ordeal of public criticism.
In no class of cooapositioiai have there been
irreater diAAppointments than in this.
Th k hUmier is M pleased to learn from tbe
Uaibttk that the Ahrtimr ' has more than
once controlled the destinies of tbe country,' "
and ask for further information. We are
loth to believe that " tbe best literary talent of
the islands," ride publisher's card in tbe -iamdtr,
is so ignorant of the political history
of the past eleven years, including the revolu
tion of 1864, in which popular rights were ig
nored and the constitution of 1652 overturned
by Eoyal decree : or of the more recent inter-
regsums of 1673 and 1674. We doubt whether
any i i iaaXi i or affidavit in due form " how
ever strongly drawn up, with or without the
aid of Isgal talent, would be sufficient to sat
isfy persons possessed of so weak memories as
the " literary talent " aforesaid make a public
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Thb conununicatiou of our correspondent
" Tax-payer " relate to a matter of general
interest. Our only interisland steamer has
becoaoe so in-aluable a conveyance for the pub
lic mails, travel and freighting, that no alter
ation of her schedule, a once fixed on and pub
lished, should be tolerated, except, as the con
stitution provides, in case of " war, invasion
or pestilence," when, of course, sil established
regulations are liable to be reversed. In the
instance referred to by Tax-payer," the term
of the court on Kauai might without inconve
nience have been postponed to correspond with
the steamer time-table a first published. No
tice of the change in the steamer's programme
had been given for two weeks : yet, notwith
standing this, the interruption in the previously-announced
schedule has been seriously felt.
Another thing equally important is promptness
in Jibe steamer's movements sad in her de
parture at tbe hour set, no matter who or what
may be behind time. Her captain should have
positive orders to start when the town dock
indicates her hour for departure, and passen
gers will soon learn to be on hand, with ten
minutes or more to spare in getting on their
Thi Liberals, as a party, in tbe British
Parliament during the oast vear. sava an Ameri
They Tve lcke2 a leader and failed to find
one in the man whom tbey selected Lord
Hartington. But it is reported that Mr. Glad
atoass bae promised to accent the leadmhin
next year. Disraeli has given him s good
spell for much needed rest, besides affording
him as opportunity to start the Boat remark!
We pamphlet controversy of the period. Even
af Ik. T v,.
(a, iswsaal Bi ' muiuiakraiiua snouia continue a
Patitaaa mt '""6"", viiauaiooe s return as leader
Batata af asaiialaliillaa. Latter m Parliamentary conflicts will be warmly
() asxt af tia, aaa her welcomed by all men who have faith in a
soundly progressive Christian Statesmanship
fMfttsa With an enlightened, well onraniJ
body ! party, bent upon the removal of Hia.kJir,.
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Ax interesting debate took place in the
of Lords on the 1 1th of Julv reJati
the German correspondence with BelHn
Th? telegraph reports that Earl Derby, in the case of the German lad referred to, if he
reply to a question put by Lord Penzance, said ! marries s German wife and remains iu Ger-
men to associate and hare concert of action, or
tbey will tall one by one in a hopeless strug
gle." lafatautat 1M 1st Aetla.
The summit crater of Mokuaweoweo, on
Mauna Loa, evidently in full aympathy with
the Central American and Icelandic volcanoes,
commeaced action on Wtxlnesday, August 11.
It was first observed on the night of the Uth,
when the whole top of the mountain was
illumined with the glare of tbe lava flow from
the crater in action. Ror many miles, even
at sea, the light was distinctly seen. On the
night of the Uth, according to a letter from
Waimea, the light and smoke extended to
the eastern slope of the mountain, or on the
Hilo aide, indicating a lateral outbreak on that
side. This, of course, is aa yet, conjecture, as
there has been no mail from Hilo since the
outbreak. The British and American war
ships at Hilo, the Challenger and Pensacola
were fortunately close at hand, and their offi
cers will have a fine opportunity to visit the
scene of the eruption and stream, if there i
one. The story of the eruption in 1873 was
told in thi paper by its present Editor and
also by Mr. W. W. Hall, both having visited it
and seen it in action. Tbe Gaxbttbs of Sep
tember 1671 and January 1 674, contain the full
acvounta. The cost of the trip from Honolulu
to the summit of Mauna Loa, via Hilo, will
vary from $75 to $100, according to the site
of the party making the excursion. Where it
consist of five to ten it ought not to exceed
the first named sum, to each person.
A Quc.t loa r CiUxesMhlp.
Among the recent American telegrams we
Cxicaoo, Jane -V.h A tVAinlngton pec 11 says
; ibe Altoreev General ha before aim ease of great
International Interest, tbe decision of which Is
; awaited with more loan ordinary anxiety Sonic
I years ago German named gtelnbenrer came to this
I . t ..i i t a, ii i.. i . . . i. . .
couuiry IDU eiuej IU. IMin. 1 1 mwvm w, u
while llvlos; there. After Steinberg had been In
this country aooe years be took oat naturalisation
rwpers sod became a citisen of tbe United State.
He ii sjalnrl In thi country Tear Afterward, a ad re
turned to Germany, taking his son thee tlx yean of
ace. He reuoanced his cltlxeushlp acquired In tbe
I'nlted States, snd resumed his allegiance to the
German Government. Tbe son la now twenty year
of age, and has been drafted Into Emperor William's
army. Be appeals to thd'oiled State Government
to save him from service la tbe German Army ; aay
he was not taken from here of hla own free will.
Tbe Attorney -General retards the subject as a com
plicated one aad puaealnc; more than ordinary in
terest trout the novelty and possible result Involved
A later' telegram from Washington states that
Attorney-General Pierrepout, after a full in
vestigation of the case, has come to the conclu
sion that the boy ha two nationalities one
natural and the other acqu: red. The father re
turning to Germany and resuming allegiance,
the son partakes of the status of the father,
being a minor, and having enjoyed the protec
tion of the German Government for the time be
ing, he owe it military duty, the obligation
being reciprocal. But when the boy becomes
of age he can return to tbe United State as a
citizen, with all rights and privileges as such,
and would be eligible even to the Presidency
of the United States.
The decision of the Attorney-General that a
person can have " two nationalities one natu
ral and the other acquired " is sound. This
case is somewhat, though not exactly, analo
gous to that of the children of Americana bora
in thi Kingdom, or in any foreign country, who
have not renounced their American cititenship.
American citizens, and the other accidental, or
acquired by birth on foreign soil. Such chil
dren owe allegiance to the Sovereign under
whom they were born, so long as they remain
in his jurisdiction. Whenever they return to
America, they resume their natural allegiance,
provided they have done no act to forfeit it
A few years since, Congress passed a law
which embodied the above principle that the
children of American ci ozena, where both pa
rents were Americans, should possess all tbe
rights of citizenship enjoyed by their parents,
whenever tbey might return to America. In
case, however, they did not return to America,
tsetr children should not be considered as
Americans, but a citizen or subject of the
country in which they were bom. The law
was enacted to settle the disputed question how
far American citizenship should descend to the
posterity of Americans residing abroad, and if
we remember rightly it was re-published here.
warn i al ia I- an
t vs. Fiaii Wilmiiii, f pavjaxr. Ta
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the German note to Belgium, of February 3,
iso, laying down certain international princi
ples, bad no application to Great Britain, who
was sot aaked to acquiesce therein. The sub
jects of the roniiMwli were now settled,
nd it was useless to discuss them. The
wwd of the German dispatch, which had
"I"0" oy the noble Lord, were so vague
""J "J n admit of judicial lnterpreta-
tn. If they meant that ill act having a teo
deocT however indirect or remote, to nau
disturbance in another State, ought to be pro
hibited, that would be the moat preposterous
claim ever put forth in diplomacy. If thev
" sWsa acts which ualmsiional Uw
forbade, that was a principle which, within
certain limits, every Government would admit ;
but for one Government to require another,
to aaa uu ii, to silence iu Press or public
TwfcMi was an act which had alwavs ex
cited, and he hoped always would excite, the
strongest sympathy for tbe latter and indigna
tion against tbe former, because sach a demand
many, their children would je Germans. But
if he migrate to America and marries an Ameri
can wife, or even if he marries a German wife
and migrates to America, their children would
be Americans. This illustrates more clearly
than anything ease, the double nationality
which a person can possess, and very properly
too, for there need be no conflict of national
claims. In the event of war between the two
nations to which they owe allegiance, persons
pn Based of two nationalities, are bound to as
sist whichever country they choose to reside
it; nor will it probably be held to be treason j
to join the army or navy of one against the
other, though no such case has been known to
lew South Wale staid Use Ceauew-
iwrwaaxa aw total aa ta drS eta. rf
Axdt Johxsox, with all his political crot-
eaattm, weD expressed a sound republican doc
trine, when he (aid lately to Mr. Xordhoff, " t
have santaxaded faith in the people. They are
ocArvatrve. It is only tbe leaders that are
radical-tito am who manage cotrveadAuw.
TW people lie between. You are m the
Korth : I am in the South. You have radicl
In your (extiou, aad I have radi
cal Democrat, in mine. They are both dan-
l"""- Between these two radical
ecs alike fliawatuaw. are the iMinL. tk.
The PIMa, f, t - speak, hare aaa.
in a valley, and the party aaen bwve kept taana
A .1 . , ' . -
uvm ice ci6e gr:c2-1. BaaBl tr.-
they could aa
waw-Bw peopte cawaAae to view tbe bU
weu r riaaassivus, they will break awav oa the
ar Osat ft ooe Wad from tie Eadkral Democrats and nr.
- , A asa ABB. at. aa.
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tasMdto, z-r, h, teto - toa ta, aD lijiHi I -toxktkatth. our oars.
11 '" I " X J'sav atod taaatitiB the uy of'oTLmTwim '
Sew South Wales, remarks the S. P. Atin, baa
come to the front in splendid spirit, her Par-
uament having appropriated five thousand
pound sterling for tbe purpose of s proper
representation of that Colony at the Centennial,
next year, at Philadelphia. Xew South Wales
is the earliest settled portion of Australia, sad
in its territory, we think, the first Australian
gold was discovered. For a long time it was
noted chiefly for iu herds of cattle and flocks
of sheep. It has a Large territory, almost
twice the extent of that of California, and it is
very productive and fertile, with a fine climate.
Tbe line of at earner between thi city And
Sydney, tbe chief city of Sew South Wales, is
creating tar more intimate and, we believe,
friendly feeling between the citizens of Uncle
Sam and the subject of John Bull than ever
'"ar mtj fa tLe natural line Utweer.
their province and tbe mother country, and the
trip can he made coratidarably quicker than by
way of the Indian Ocean, the Sues Canal, the
Bed and Mediterranean Seas aad th Atlantic,
or through France. The liberality shown by
tbe appropriation of twenty-five rtrtnd dol
lars toward making a favorable exhibit at our
lWirstinn, seem to argue that no
jraluwaj exists f '- , ' ht nn ili
tTwatuw anon, twiBtiwai or histories of
wvsaatx f Inaxairsd yean ago, win obtrude
the people of Sew South Wales and
Ttry are our neighbors, jsat mm
the way, aad whenever they choose to step
M Ml jncrcisg, we ehili be
M to bid tie
A WfuaderfaU lmvewtlaai. IT Trwe.
On our fourth page will be found a letter de
scribing a newly-invented motor or power,
which, if the expectations of its friends are re
alised, promise to urrcdeeara. It is a
motive power said to be generated from cold
water and air, which evolves into a vapor more
powerful than steam, and considerably more
economical. Just how this element is made,
the inventor propose to keep a secret until he
shall have secured letters-patent in every coun
try that give to genius thi protection. Mr.
Keely. the inventor, i described a a poor
man who took the first hint leading to thi
great discovery, by merest accident, and he
has devoted himself night and day for sev
eral year in working it np. The hint came to
him while dwelling upon an idea of his own re
garding the force of columns of water. H
discovered, at that time, a vapor which be baa
With this attachment any ordinary engine
may generate from 20,000 to 30,000 pound of
team to tbe square inch. The inventor claims
that in five seconds time he ran supply 3,000
pound of vapor to the square inch, and enough
to run a train of ten cars from Philadelphia to
Sew York and return. It is believed that a
a motive power for street car it will become
very popular, the coat of the apparatus being
only from $500 to 93,500 according to the lit
and finish desired. This new wonder has an
other important claim; it cannot explode, for
a aoon as the vapor comes in contact with the
air, it change immediately into its native ele
ment, air and water.
Mr. Keely claims, and his friend solemnly
certify, that hi engines of from three to fifteen
horse-power hsve been run every dsy for s year
in the city of Philadelphia without fuel, without
chemicals, with nothing but common water,
and at a cost of not a cent a day. Moreover, we
are assured that the new motor is non-explosive
; that it involves no dancer of fire ; that it
dispenses with spu e for toilers, fuel, to. All
of thi sounds very much like a story out of
the Arabian Nights Entertainments. It is, in
deed, one of the " fairy tales of science." Tbe
new power is generated entirely from air and
water, and " produce a pressure of 20,000
pounds to the square inch." Mr. Keely has
tested the motor to his own aatisfaction and
that of his friend, lie ha iound capitalists
who have become thorough convert to hi
theory, and the " Keely Motor Company "
has been formed, controlling an immense
capital, and all to whom the secret of the in
vention has been divulged, are said to have
the most unlimited confidence in all that ha
been claimed for it. Still we have not forgot
ten bow Paine made a somewhat similar in
vention a few year ago, and came to grief.
He easily produced the wonderful power which
he claimed tu have discovered, but could not
keep it np for any length of time.
-Tloody staid Knnkcy la London.
rrom lb 8. F. Bulletin.
The American revivaliata in London have
certainly o conducted themaelve as to win
tbe respect and confidence of educated people,
both in and out of the church. Thi is a great
triumph for these men, snd a matter in which
Americans generally may congratulate them
selves. Moody and Sankey did not go to Eng
land aa the authorized representatives of any
American church. They are independent ex
pounder of the scriptures, according to their
own understandings. Their method of preach
ing are an innovation upon the conservative
custom of the English people. In most of the
by ecclesiastical bodies after careful consider
ation and dicusion. A number of cultivated
minda sit in grave deliberation upon all points,
which are afterward announced a accepted
truths. Moody and Sankev d ianinnl all tl,..a..
cumbersome forms. They preached tie, Gos
pel a they understood it Doubtless there was
much in their teaching which clergymen of the
Church of England could rot endorse : yet the
latter seem to have welcomed their co-operation
in the great work of directing the mind of men
to religion observance. London dispatches
of July 12th say that seven hundred clergy
men attended th farewell meeting of the
American iwrolist. Noblemen of the rank
of the Earl of Shaftesbury and members of tbe
House of Common were preaent. Of the sev
en hundred clergymen who lent the occasion the
sanction of their presence, one hundred And
eighty-eight were of the Church of England.
Canon Conway of Westminster, occupied a seat
on the platform. A material recognition of
the services of the American was suggested,
but Mr. Stone on their behalf, said that no tes-
umnniai oi that nature would be - ' 1
While the offer of auch a testimonial was nat
ural and appropriate on the part of their Eng
lish friends, the American showed theii good
acme in dedining it Any exhibition of a
thrifty disposition on the part of the men who
go out orthe ordinary way to teach religion to
the people subject them to a suspicion of be
ing actuated by mercenary motives. The reg
ular established church mav endow it religi
ous teachers with fifty-thousand-dollar livings,
but the irregular follower must pay his own
expenses; Otherwise he is snnnnaeH in lahnr
for money. Moody and Sankey have shaken
r.ugiana witn tneir teachings, but do not ap-
Te Mieauaier' ftcnedale.
Ma. Knrroa: The eaadf la th schedule of th
ailing I IBM of the Kllassa, so that lb ttaar goto
thi wk to Kauai ntd of Hawaii previously
advertised, somethlag more than aa Ineou vaatraea
to ta pobUelt I aa outrage which ought sot to
be phased I tUaac. Merchant with order to All
and tourtat who had arranged plan of travel to
windward, ar only portion of thOM who r
seriously inconvenienced. A gnat dlatarbaae I
caused by witching- off uar highway, we may ay,
'nto reverse direction. Nothing but a great public
Interest or danger should warrant anch a disarrange
ment. And what hav we aa n excoac?
Why foraoolh judicial gealleman seeking hi per
sonal comfort and accomodation persasdes s pliant
minister who ha the movement of th steamer un
der hi control, to hit the public vessel wait on th
convenience ol the Judge, while scores of persons
are sorely dlaappolnted In respect to their travel ;
business Is disturbed and damaged ; and the coafl'
dene of the public In the regular running of th
vesael seriously impaired. Bach a aaladlrectlon of
pablle conveyance to accommodate a private con
venience should be rebuked. Though I recognise
an Important public duly in th holding of a court
of Juailce, yet I cannot and erst and that the later!
of baalnea and ol tbe peopl generally are to be
made sabtervlest to Ihe whim or convenience of
ny public officer, who la well paid for the nerds
of hi dnty, and lor the professional travel which
h duly Involve. Ha aay go to Kauai or else
where on public buslne; bat I hi divergence of
tbe steamer Imm her sdvcrtlscd roal create
senae of wrung and of the highest lnjaatk ; and
moreover I a aerlou loa to th Interests of It
steamer. Tax raisa.
Ptujiax' Latest Irvixtiox. Than who bv
traveled la Pullman's palace cars, and enjoyed th
real which they sometimes (not always) afford lb
sleepy traveler, will understand the object of th
new Invention noticed by Ihe AaDatto below :
The elegance and comfort of the Pullnun palace
car has been universally adinitted. There has bran
but on material objection to II the conversion of
the Interior al an early hoar In the evening Into a
lodging room, by bringing dowo the berth. Tbl
has neeessltsted the " turning In' ol the passengers,
whether they felt llkr sleeping ornot. To overcome
this fault, tho orglnator of the car has Invented an
essy-cbstr, which can be tilted st sny sngle, to secure
an easy posture : snd thla arrangement is pronounced
an excelleut substitute, for Ihe berth, whUe It greatly
economises room. It Is said Mr. Pullman will adopt
It In bis palace cars, lu Ilea ol the beds at present
NEW A D V E R T 1 S L'. . I B N TS .
THE rxDEKSIUXED BEUN I.F.AVE T
notify him former natoawn and th pabttc to WA
He will Betnme the Biking Baiineu
On Monday next, Aug. 23d,
On King Street, Opposite O. Waiter' MarlcH,
He wishes to return thank for former patronage, am
hopes to merit a coodnoaUon of the same,
all St WILLIAM BfAKX.
THE l'A TORY OP tot 1
JE afeMarrar a Co., r nelved per Oeyton. In ivm of tw.
doaen each -sN ! In oa aad two pa ad can
Tur aale law bi ;M BO LLCS s CO.
I.. T OK THE L4WXKVCE FAf
tore an assortment of Number llSAtvsd per 1 Yy lo
for aale low by 'Sail HO LI. KM A CO.
Columbia River Salmon.
Jt ST BM EIVED PER J. A. F ALKI ABt'RI.
In Darrela and half barrel- For aale by
SSI BOLL KM A CO.
R. 8. HOWLAND,
Shipping & Commission Merchant
SAM Front St.. wear AllrorntA at-,
BAM I'HAM IW ll. CAL.
0. M. Howlaod. Saw Badfbrd. C. Brewer Co., Boston.
1. II. Bartlall Soaa, ' Owaa A Clark. Prurldsnr
Win. ft. Crapo, " K. A. Maoris, r uill. N
(Ul Baa) Bank, N. T.
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f Kiag aad aCaaaakaa Strstls. Hoaalal
THE GREAT CENTENNIAL
For Portland, Oregon.
TBTJS FAST BAIUMa BARK
lObt Jane A. FaJkinburg,
jr. A. auto WW. af aattKaV.
Brring Pari of ktr Oaroo Slanged,
Will Sail This Day, August 18th
rjmi A COO KB, AtenlA.
For Portland, Oregon.
TRW, HAWAIIAN BARE
. WALTEBM WAarTRBa.
WILL HIVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE MOVE PORT
For rraarhl or Paaaaa. PPr to
MS no IT. HACKFBXD A CO.. Awa,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A. S. ... Co.' PlM SteAJUship
T. WSMi, CORRASDER.
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
Oa or nbonf : DM.
AU rreta-M intended for ablpmrat pe Skmniers rtlhar to
!n rraneaco tbe Coaoal will t reorlrrt to th
1 he AsenU U1 rive a Warrhouae-Reeelpl for all Rsr
li i li 111 1 - for loaa or Si.
A- For Frla-Bit and Pwaaaaj. or aajr further
For Sydney, N. S. W.
Tie A. s. II. Co's Vmt Steamsfeip
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unr-aMaw, la sas nutiulasa.
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noaoraro, H. L, Aa. ata, IS7A 1 ' " ''tat at
C APT AIM r. 400BE,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W
Oat or about AwRStat 94tR.
All fretsbt lotrod.! for shlpaieat par Kteamera either to
sn Fran.-laeo or Uie Culnnlea will oe rcivu in ui.
Saaaaiar Warvboaae rw f aWawaur.
Th. A sent will Hv a Warehooe-Beelpl for ail Mar
rhnadlK but will uol a rsspoaalbl for loaa by Or.
.- For Frwlskt and
ZBland and Ubourno, app.r Ui
R a Oa., ArtW-
KOLOA AND WAIMEA I
1 UK SA'HOONKR
K IVt A ILE !
Will hare reenter JliDateh for th nlKive
no an.l after th. Ill of Bovember neil, nnUI furUyrr
FrrlCht and Pi I aaa a taken at th. Uant Hate.
alt BOLLBW A CO.. Ar-nta.
MI m: HUM
RARfllAMT. tilt 91 ASTER.
Aus.M Wediwsd y.l P. M.
ta Monday s 1. M.
13 Monday .
( lr.-ult nf k'anal.
.1 P. R....Oren1tof Hawaii.
i P. K....Kona.
P. M.. ..Hilo and Kaunakakal, both
Has Jmt Received
IS Thurdaj.... P. M....NawUlwlIt.
r Monday P. M. ilrnilt of Hawaii.
r When there art no rattle to land at Maalaea Bar,
an rffi.n will be mad. to reach Hooolulu Hatunlay r. n.
WOT On Down Trips the Steamer will ool tv Kaalualu
nnUI jam. or later : Mafcena until t am. or later . and
i - p-t I aa or !'-. ........, .... . wrlw mt
! of Pnaaaar will Bms
To or from Kaunakakal, Molukal.
To or from lahalna. Maul... -
m or rrom Maalaea. ataut
PARLOR ORGANS !
PER SHIP CEYLON,'
mw PAJaLOI UUK!
NEW JUBILEE ORC AM.
RJARTICM la WATT OF A RtTR IRRTRl-
At Reasonables Rat?s I
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To or from Mak.aa. Maal
To or from Mahnkona. Hawaii .
To or from Kawalhae, Hawaii
To or rrom Kallna. Hawaii
To or from Kaawataa, Hawaii ...
TO or from HUo, Hawaii
To or from Kan Coast. Hawaii...
Urcult or HawaU, Bound Trip. ..
To or from aay Port on Kauai...
Circa It of Kaaal, Round Trip
Deck pa ma for native only....
ar . rtil ar
Ttekta mt the BAB a aaal.
No berUi wm bconidrd aa takra uatil paidrcj. Hot
raspooatDie mr nnmarked BaaMas or ana Fnoeht or p...
eels anlaaa receipted tor.
Freight afoaaj Das on Demand
aw A a effort will he mad to hav. the Steamer reach
Honolulu oa ,k- ruai nf Hn aailn lij m. I u L
SAM r EL Q. WILOEJt, AfenU
one wlthwllUer A Co., eorner of Part A truer.. Htreeta
Will do well to
lUR 3 A UK UT
CASTLE a COOKE.
MILK I MILK!
TUR I BIEBtAIlWKB awAWiwaa aaa-m.
' 1 1 . ww n i bbow ar
UpWR rraan Mr. J. I
Carpet Bags, &c.,
Ever Seen in this City!
Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Tnuiki,
ladles Bridle leather T
Ladies' Zinc Emboifd Saratoga Trunks,
Ladiaj3a't Ijea0ur Vovervi Saratoga
Ladies' State Room Trunks.
Gents' Bivt'd Sole Leather Trunks
Gents' Riveted Bridle Ualher Traaka
A Rare Chance.
For Sale Cheap a Fine Goat Ranch
nBC " "ass or MALI, WEU. mmm
aafasBurked with a BUB herd of BBUtCt BO ttM- BB
OOATS-aevan pars A osora Bocka, aod ajaaav
number of half-breed Aurora KMa. Tn-re h alw a nne
irwcums taonas (oww), with Fnriuiur aad avary eanv a.
nleoe. Corraia, p,n, Horaaa. Cow aad Calf, Khepherd
If!?- C" C ' '" ".wrylAlns In p.r.Vrt raanln c.n
mtlon. l-nan aaljn ftvrn at one. For full I ailhaiMia
spply Ul RICHARD F. UK K KKT'i.V,
fj lm Merchant HU..L
he la prepared lo fanaaah a
PURE FRESH BILK. II QUANTITIES TO SWT I
At Tlx few la mmw Raar.
keeper, shipaof Wat, Aw., aw anR
at IJ)W PKICEB.
Ordera grrea to Jm4m. who ha
or am at ta ta
rtnmt mrnmentgm Rave ass taw I.I aVay mt
R April. 1TS. entered Into a Co-partnerahlD. under .1,.
aad style of J. H. BBCWBA CO., tat la panose of
t'wrlwa; sua! liauarlwa; T animus
la afl lla branches, and solicit s ahara of pohBc lialnnisa
J. H. SSUHS,
, . H. OJIUBX.
Hooolafa, JBa II, 1171 m j
. B. aacva, -
J. H. BRUMS CO.,
B WAWR T 1ll TRTR
that they hav. awrehaaM Ik .Baa
ofth. tale Jaaaas U Lawla, saa Baat ibaf wRJ
carry on das of
So, 88 fart Btrswt, th Vtf lauutsl !
WBwfw tay will
Hooololn. laaa It, 1T. ,
Oreg on Leavf Lard.
a a a-aa. a;,
AL VF awrs-'
May ti. h:i.
pear to have stooped to gather Ihe fruit.
The ARdaetrd artld.
Of late so little baa been said about the sad
fate of the abducted boy, Charier Bo, that
llatXSr:M Leather Dressing Cases.
Oena' Riveted Sole Leather Valawa,
Genu' Bridle Leather Valawa,
Oeata' Baa fan VaBaea.
ttsmssf Patent Osvsv VaUSaa.
notwithstanding all th attempt to ascertain hi
whereabout if he i yet among the living
and the occasional renal of a hope for hi re
covery, a it waa thought at time hi identity
had been established in different pan of tbe
country, the same mystery hangs around his
fate which accompanied his taking off, and baf-
AR At. mm.
i bcjb toe utmost power of human invention to
olre it- Th grief that was felt in every
household tBTonghoat the land at the time tbe
boy was missing, ha everywhere subsided in
poignancy, excepting in the one family circle
where it is felt with crushing weight, and
where tbe Bsemory of tbe lost one must con
tinue to tbe end, tmiBiiBtrid in parental
Uon. Tbe local sympathies with the Bon
family bare abated nothing of their interest in
it welfare, a is evinced in the effort (till be
ing made by the detective for the boy's re
covery. Every cirrnunstance l'-t1rfjfi to in
spire hope to that end R seized npon, analyzed
and recorded by the local Press, which again
believe that a doe has been obtained which
may lead to important results. Wester ell, tbe
brother-in-law of one of tbe abtfactora, now in
tbe County Jail at Philadelphia, ha made a
titer I t which ha pat the communitv all
agog. Tbe Jama aays that rt promises well
for the recovery of tbe boy, bat for pradentiaj
reaaotat cannot yet be given to the public. Ex
pectation has so often been excited by similar
rumors that but little faith is entertained in
txus. Taws Junes ha. ias aatbas ; aad so will )
tbe or-artry at large, until tbe lost child u act-i
KISSES' AND BOYB'
Assd Maalla school Bavsr.
Trank and Shawl 8 trap
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW 600DS !
Ex "Clara Bell," f'Mary Belle Roberts," and "(tyloo,"
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely,
This Elegant Line of Goods
Ready for Inspection this Wednesday.
" 1 m ' mr IBs nihil Tililj i
bat aay taaaf R th aheve haw, win do watt to attain
AL80, PEE SAME AERIVAL,
M RirraUUTT WTTLMm 9T
mi mmm mm
What) hav oaly lo a
THEY SPEAK FOR THEM8EL VES
Watches, Chains, Silver Ware, (solid,)
ISiaaaaoad Jewel--. Ac.,
CAIX ASD aTTaMrTE FOB TOCB8BXVM8.
Gold Pen r Poekei BiaiTe .'
A 1AWI V ABlavTT, ABR TR RX RLARAT
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BrJf mllA.1" ''TI-. taaa.
K, Dwne"s Kerosene Oil!
Grtod SioBs ao PI x tores. Boras aad HatoaWssa, "
Raat aWR, CRt RaRt, Wm' BssR Boat ntSmTLmtmL
A. IixlX Line of Bulldors SaWevrrj,
eotTaaoBxRs, Ll saw Ir'eawTSTayrlB Ba -la
ahs Bos sad Xsws 3sst f
K R. RhUfRaH.
AUthe above Goods and m gremt many more v-hich tin smd spats, -rlB n
ui to mention. tumK
Can be had from the Undersigned at satisfactory Prices.
nnt vus aw aatmtne Jvr yOmwtmm)tm,
55S DILLINGHAM A Co.