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Phatf o f the Moon for tUe Month of September. 1875
PIIHHB ITfiPT. AKiri M1TH, RlKbOtlilftl.
HONOLULU MEAN TIM B.
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2 IB AH
. T TH
. 6 62 h
flWti trmnci, per Mfkado... , Au 16
New York. leiecrmpblr . . ..,,.- 15.
New Vort, " fay mall Any, 10.
1 'i4 :. " telacrapliir Anp. It.
Losxim, ' M by mail Jn'j 31.
doe? p- tmll HHHHHHf JoW SI.
An land, M Jul 10.
p.wtlanil. 0. direct per tateatt arrifBl. J. A. Falktnbtjric . . .
Kilo. Hawaii, Aitiruat IS.
OTEN OF TIIK U I l k.
The flij-hlp Peoaaeolt, Admiral Almj, will nil
for U Pat, Lower CaJiioroU, aoon after the arriral
of the next mail eteamer, about the 25tb Inst.
t3T Tbe next mall may be expected br the Brit
ish bark Jalswar, dpt. Chilton, to lesre San Fran
dco Angnit 28, and dne here Sept. 12 to 15, under
charter to load pnano.
Bark D. C. Murray will sail for Htn Francisco this
afternoon, taking a mail. With an average passage
be ought to arrive over by the 21st, a week ahead
ol the B City of Melbourne."
HOSOLVLV. SEPT. 1. 187ft.
Br.-r Cnwu arrived from Tahiti n tbe 3Atk of An.
pt. arttb a Mtoall return carp' cif cocoanut. Of th cattle
ad aVe ok lova afac I -i doaaa bead. tir.t ol IN MM
or. (.-) at Kawaibee. which. cutiaideriDB her loog paaaaf of
3J day tu Tahiti, waa doing very arctl.
Bark t. ( II array arrived the aatne daya. 13 day from San
! w-Hh a full caiTfo, taclndinc aoa- 0 tooa of atoref
fa- tbe t". Naeal aayenrr. Sbr baa met .with ber vaual
qaik deanatdi. andaaila at Z P. H., try-day with a full return
caua-o end orar 3u oabiu paaarn;ara. Meaara. C Brewer A Co.
I arrived on thr 2Ktb with a full carg.. of rough
. aiid abiuglaa, cunaigDed to Maaara. Hark-
Md A Co. bbe will leave again on Saturday fur Puget Soand.
Mi:j Lad? Waaatngton arrired on the name day, under
rbartei la l-ad gaano at Kuderbury I aland, to place of ablp
Eaaerald. axw la port.
Itk Matti- Uaclaay aafled oa the tSth, with a (all cargo of
produce for Portlaod. Oregon.
Mark loaia is expected abortly from Tahiti with a carg . of
firewood. Backing a load of cattle.
Br ii. Bark Jala war will be due In about two waaka from
be j FraMl ft rantc f .,r tbe .iuaiH. I "land-
Brig J. B Ford Is folly due from Humboldt, with a cargo of
radwoud lumber, cu&aigued to kleaara. 11. llackfeld A Cu
rler adeem --men I will be obeerred In tbhi iaane, calling for
tt eight and iaaeugera for San Fraociacu, fur which deatina
UtHi abe will raceite quick deapatcb-
Ikark Em- a C. Bead, lately from Auctndit with coal, tailed
on tbr SOtb, to load gaaao for a European market.
lathe way of bwaiaeaa, we have nothing to report, thi
beaug ovr dall aoaauo, when merrha&tf, plantar, and all
if i lie ut their oara, and wait tbe ujteniug of tbe barreat
etNUMi ta Ortober and November.
From the Arctic Tbe Gen Harney, Opt Tripp,
arrived at San Francisco on the 13th ultimo, bring
ing a firt report from the Arctic. But three ship
were reported : Illinois 380 whale; St. George, 80
whale; and Florence, 80 whale. The General Har
ney reported a cargo of 100 bundle whalebone and
13,500 pounds of ivory.
139" His K vol Highnea Prince Leleloboku ac
companied by H. H. Keelikolanl, returned from
Molokal on Friday night, about v. o'clock, where
tbey had been spending a lew wecka, on tbe late
King's ranch. Tbe Prince visited tbe lepers and
addreaaed them. Assuring them that the government,
as heretofore, will provide for them, and ace that
every provision Is made lor their comfort.
IMrltf OF HOOIJ 1,1 .
t.r Active, Poaabiwa, fruui Kohala.
fidr Kluau, Abulbala,froai Maliko. Ckzrgv
S lka. Kaai. from Lanal.
i.r Uanuoki. Kalxwaim. front Mulokai.
Brit brig Kouert Cowan, llatfleld, lti daya from
IT Mn i kilauea, Marcbant, from windward porU.
bci. rfaaabi, Uopu, from Blia tutyv : 24 pcadiidaa.
I bbla tallow.
&chr Jenny, W ilham. from K una and Kau 18 paa-
-ruger Cbryo: 24 kg augar, ft! bin uta, 10
bble. T Ml guat akina, -1 bdl cane, 9 bug.
8chr F'lry Queen. Kaaiua, fiom Uanalei. 4 pa-
Hrugers. Caryif : 14 Curda Wood.
JjSchr Mary EUru, Ataua, from Uobaia. Cargo : 730
Ai bk Oaudn, Kobiuaon, ladayafrom Port Gamble
At. bk 1. - UleeaiugtiKi, Brown, U daya fruUi ban
JO ficit Kamm. Reynold, from Kabulul- 24 paaaen
era. Largo VU0 bg augar, W ligt potato.
3o ficbr Mile Miaria. Lenta, fium Jdolokai 10 paaen
geta. Curpo: 42 bdla cane, 2 roll mat, lu bdla
lKa.tue. A doc tarkeya, 3 doa cbickena, 10 boga,
A liberal offer. In nearly every country fe
male phyaioiana are seeking practice, and aotno
of them meet with noted success. It is stated that
Madame Bres, the first lady to obtain a medical de
gree attheSorboone, baa declined an offer of 40, 000 f.
a year as physiciau to the Sultan's harem, on condi
tion ol never going outside the building. She will
attend tbe harem, but will practice in Constantino
ple like other doctors.
tW By telegraph from New Tork we learn that
the agwot there of Elder A Co., Glasgow, has ar
ranged with the Pacific Mail Company to furalah
ateamers to perform the full monthly mail sen-ice
between San Franciaco and New Zealaod, Inatead of
three-fifths as originally proposed. Under this
modification, all tbe boats will belong to the Pacific
Mall Company, In fact tbe performance of
the contract is given to them to carry out.
Lower Rates. A new telegraph company has
been formed in San Francisco, with Michael Kceae,
Senator Shannon and other rich men as directors,
who propose to fix the rate for a messuge to New
Tork at oue dollar, (it is now $2.50) and lor shorter
distance at one third the present rate?. This com
pany is determined to go ahead at once with tbe
work lor constructing a telegraph line across the
continent. Sixty thousand poles hare been con
tracted for, aud in less than thirty davs work will
bt- commenced biuiultancously at Omaha, Chicago
aud New York.
Almost a Centenarian. On Saturday last, on
tbe occasion ol the 93d anniversary ol the birth of
Mrs. Judd, mother of tbe late Doctor Judd, a large
number of the friends of the family assembled at the
lamily homestead in Nuuanu, to celebrate tbe event.
After supper, addresses were made by several gen
tlemen present, and two poems, written for the oc
caaion, were read by Mr. Geo. Ii. Dole and Mr. H.
A. P. Carter. Among the guests present we noticed
Mrs. Ass Thurston, whose 6t)tii birthday occurs
next month, and who has speut fltty-five and a half
years of ber life in these islands. Verily our climate
deals geutly with the old.
Warw.rk, John Bull, for MolokaL
Milt- M.muv Lenta, for Molokai
heir Nettie Herri II, Crane, tor La bain a.
Kt. Luka. Kaai, f -r Moloaa, Kauai
Haw bh MatttV Marleay, W atera, for Portland.
?T ct.. Uauu.4iBwai. Kalawata, for Molokai a Alallko.
Bl kiuau. Abuibala, for Maliko.
Oft gnli i l'auakt, Uopu. for Hllo.
. Kc I'uaebiaa. foi Kawalbae.
11 I. M Repulae. fr Victoria.
9. t-ttur kilauea. Marcbant, for Windward Porta
Abi bk EmmaC. Baal, Bailey, lor tiaauo lland.
Z Sci.r Kaaaoi, Keynolds,fi-Kabt.lni
The " City of Sydney," the fast of three
steamers building at Chester, Pa , for tbe American
and Australian mail service, has been launched, and
is rapidly beiug fitted up. Tbe other Teasels were
launched during the summer, so that all will be
ready to take their places in the line soon after Jan
uary 1876. Tbey are Iron screw ships of 3000 tone
burthen, and will each be fitted to carry 300 passen
gers. This is the class of vessels needed for the in
creasing passenger trade on this route. The Vaseo
dc Gama and Vuucouver are chartered boats, and are
not designed to remain permanently in this service,
which calls for more passenger accommodation than
cither ol them can supply.
Hawaiian Mosses We have received Irom
Pro!. Baldwin, of Labainalona Seminary, a aet of
moaaes and hepatica? gathered by bim on various
parts of Maul. Tbey are neatly dried, pressed and
mounted on stiff paper, and - me of them resemble
Rarsarr m Rum D C MuaAT, A. Fcuxa. Muni
Left ban rraonetv Auc ISth. at 10 A. H Flrat three days
vmt fraah braaaa aruaa w to nw. with paaalnr for etjuaiia, , Algw very closely, retalulng their rich colors and
car'yir.g as i lai ov- iook
1 W. Thn thu wind haule'l to
N L itrot. and ramatned so the balance of paaaage Aug.
SGCL. at 4 a. , aaw Mi4okau, bearing Be W dfaUut S milaa.
At T a M . , aaw Oabu.
RcroftT or Bate Roaaav Cowaa, Uattibld. Maavaa Len
PapwMe Avguat tth. r H. Flrat two days light northerly
wiodi. on tbe Uth I oat eight of Tahiti, on the 16th crowded
tbr eqaator ta long 149 10 W. from there experienced moder
ate aaaterly trades to Hawaii, which waa aighted on tbe 2-U.
there i p. an light wiada and calm.
Tbe follow iag veaael were laying In tbe port of Papeeti :
, ,r.. rlad rani La Ualiaaooiera, Admiral Peru .t
Traairh deej.lch ateamer Dayot, French frigate Infernet,
Brit brig Airvlo, Bril brig Ed flrat one. (loaded with Guano
lor neeatowo . ) put In fndiatrea with five feat of water in
bold ; Am wb bk Seiah, Oapt. Clark, (put in indiatnsai,) had
been r-'ndeu.oed. and waa advertlaed fr aale.
KaroRV or Baas Caomk, Boainaoa. ManTEa Sailed from
P.H-t tiambW July 34th. came out of tbe atraiU July Z7th.
badlkrht n .rthe'ilv wind- to Ut 40. thence to 11 had
Hghl H and W wlnda, took tbe trade in lat 3UP long 13H0,
from tbeooe to port light wlnda. Made tbe ialand of Maui
Angawl Stfa at S A. H-. arrived off barltor Ann 2Sth 6 A. M. ,
o daya from Port Gamble, lumber to H. Uackfald A Oo.
Prom TahiU, per Robert Cowan, Aug. fifth. 4S0P coacoa
noia. 1 bx specie to T U Davie; 1 bag do to Godfrey Brown
From San FrandaoP. per D. C. Murray. Aug. 2Sth. O0
pkga aUirwa to E C Doran ; 278 do do to V S Penaact4a; 22
d tea. S4 d. meal and crack era, 44 c canned gooda, 400 ska
tmx, tt baca potaloea. 10 ca onions to Henry May; 6 pkg
aadee to B J NolU; 10 oa and 1 cak glaaaware. 1 c rudae. 10
bakta ctiaaBpagne to H llackfeld A Co ; 'JD pkga paint, 90 do
Hdc 1 ca paper to Wilder A Co; 46 pkga mdae, 40 baa soap
U milingbam A Co; 1 cs paint, 70 doors. Jtu pkgs windows
Hi Mhjifc kgs naila, Soa hardware, 1 child's carriage to
Lewera A Dirkaoc; 2 tanka gaaoRne, 10 ca champagne to A
Herbert 10 o canned ffooda, 20 tin cracker-, SO bx bread.
300 ak. flout toBateae AOo; 7 pkg mdae to M Mclnerny ; 7
d-dot.. Ira Ucnardaon; 1W akt fionr to E P Adam: 100
aka flour. 31 do ground feed. 14S pk groceriea to Frlel A
Laone . 2 oa anting mucin nee to T Lark ; I ca cigare, Su tota.
; .. .. 1 ,i m iae, lk bga bran. 100 Co Coal oft llK' bale
amy, SOO bbl lime, bo bg potatotM to C Brewer A Co ; 1 can
Iri'fuga machine. 1 ca bottle. 2 pkg to 7 S Spalding ; 106 di
mdae to Foster A Oo; 10 ca wine, 1 bx wax Jo af Ballian ; 1C
bafcu chaaiagne, 6 oaka red wine. 10 ca card, I do capa and
label t ci C Lam 100 do coal oil to Wong Koo ; 100 aka flour,
Hfk md i 1 -M Mtuai A Son; Sdodoto A 8 CI eg born
A Co; 2 bbl whlekev to Ordar : I pkg drug UG C Mc
Lemn : ' aka flour, jn bbla leef. I bt mm to II HcFar Inm .
2 (1 ot Lg grucwrit' t H E Mctntyre 4 lir.- .
ca pater to Lewera A Pickaon I 20 do aat fruita, 20 pkga mdae
to Karoo ft On; lOdca nat oil to Chung Faa; 3 hxs guuit
powder to Oaatle A Cooke ; lea jewelry.
From Port Gamble, per bk Camden, Aug. 28.-207,220 ft
roaah luulx -, So,0hl ft dreaaad lamber, S3 M ohinglaa.
far Nta Frandmt prr l'rpdrrni. Ave. 24th. 1ST bacht
1 :.viiv K l& .1 Imtm, 6 bfn cufft, 1 pkg coriua. 20
ImII, r l akiiu. 47 pea ictmo htdM. M0 bga (MUldj, 16 bga
ruib, 181 bga rica. SMS pkga Magar, 40 bndla angar caoe,
Tar P.rdnn. par Mikado. Aug i4lb 100 bneha baninaa,
140 balaa paiu. 1 piano. 06 bga rwe, 21 pkga augar.
For Portland, par Mattla Maclaar. Ang. 2ftth 104 bocha
ttananaa. 1 L.g ouioaitloo nail. '1 bga cnftV. 1000 lioiea.
IT: pkga uulaaaaa, 400 bga rica. SWT pkga augar. t kga Tam-
Fraa Ian Pmaa-laeo. par D. C. Murray. Aug. Mtk.-Mr C
J Murpbr a wile. Mra Juhn R.binaon. Mr K C Stewart, arlfa
a cl.ild Ml. M Talbot. Mum O Booth. Mr Wa Tailor, Mr
W k. Mr. f Hofling. Fred ll.aliug. Obaa A Arnold, A Dax
tar. Waa Zaiglar, D Malay , P Pino, Juaaph Lea-la.
Froan Tahiti, par Robart Cowan, Aug. 28th. Godfrey
Fron, WltHlamrd Porta, par KHauaa, Ana. JTth.-H R H
Kr.llk.lanl UtU PritMa Lalaiobuku. Hla Bx VT L Morli.
nua a wife j W Koa, A Kalaulu i Makua, J Uaoanka. Miaa
f..MUI-nal: Miaa Lyman. Mr Mauulrt Mr Akiaa a wuTa.
Mr Akl M. Morahoad. Maatar Jouoa. wm Wilaou, Mra W
1 Maxwaiu child, and .b dack.
For Wiadnrd Porta, par 8tmr Kilaaaa. Aug. SO Blahop
Willi.. Mr a Miaa Widrmana, Dr J Mott Smith a daughter.
Mra a Miaa Make. Mai DkJtaoo. F A gehacf.r. W B Paoblaa.
h. J F Pogur. R T Haabaadta a Vila. 1 B Copanhagon. II C
R Aru. I' W Dawaon, Mra Jaagar. Wm Wilaon, J U Siarara,
aad aboat ft oa daok.
For (tea Fraajciaco, par D. C Murray, Sept. 1 Mra Kaad
ham 4 ohllorao, Ltublin. Miaa Merrill. Mra Gharadi a aar
aaat, Miaa Moaely, Mra Brow a a ara't. R M Fallar, Mra Dud
1. Miaa Fanay Aadrrwa. Miaa L Andrrwa. J D Brewer, wire
: h.dl'n a aro ta, Mra .arrill a 2obld'u. Miaa Fowoll, Miaa
Central H awrrlra
Pakaiii Aogtut 10th. Oo the night of tbe 5th ul
timo oo of the aoet horrible railroad accident! that
baa erer happened to Chile, occurred oo tbe Santiago
and Yal pa ratio road. Al the 10:30 train from Val
paraiao wt pair.p orer the bridpe at Limache, that
atraetntc rare way, and with the exception of the
angina aad lander, the whole train, containing fifty
parsons, were precipitated into tbe rirer below. The
lan. pi ware broken is the fall, and the oil roning orer
ignited aad eel fire to the larger part of the wreck.
Orer half the passengers were either crushed to death
or perished by fire or water.
Tbe Diaias Cabal Bfbtbt. The work of pre
paring the report of the surrey for tbe ship canal
acroa the Isthmus of Danes is proceeding under the
superrisio: of Liaat. Collins, and will be completed in
la aboat ii-weeki. Since tbe examination of the
field work it has bean ascertained that tbe entire length
of the proposed can a! by that route will ha 28 i-100
smites witi. one ttutnal 2 mtlea in length .
bowing the delicate flowers and seed csienles.
Tbcee specimens can be seen in our bookstore for a
few days, and a limited number of orders for simi
lar setts cao be filled. Oar feme are becoming well
known abroad, bot tbe more delicate mosses and li
chens are less known. Persons who have seen and
compared oor ferns and mosses with those of New
Zealaud and otber Polynesian islaods, say that in va
riety, beauty and delicacy of structure, ours cannot
Resolutions. At a meeting of "Athlete" Base
Bsll Club, the following resolutions were unsul
mously adopted :
Whereas; listing carefully taken into consider
ation the action of the Committee of tbe Honolulu
Amateur Base Bsll Association, and having found
its action illegal, Dot ouly contrary to lbc rules
which tbey were then and there working under,
but also contrary to justice and common sense,
RrMjlvtd ; That, we as a Club, hereby withdraw
from said Association, and that tbe Secretary be
hereby instructed to notify said Association of this
Raolved; Tbe Secretary furnish a correct copy of
these resolutions to tbe public press.
Dated Honolalo, Aug. 28th, 1875.
What Next? Tbe latest novelty Introduced
from abroad, it a type-writer, a machine de
signed to supercede pen writing. Mr. E. C. Da
mon is ageut for it, and those wbo wish to sec It
operate will find It at tbe store of Dillingbsm & Co.
Now it strikes us that this Is just the thing for an
editor's sanctum, as tbe compositor will bare no
excuse for making mistakes from such clean copy
as this machine tarns out. But we think it will
bsve to write faster than sixty words per minute to
keep up with some of us quill drivers, when we get
steam fairly up, with two or three devils st our el
bows, calling for copy. We have never undertaken
Xo count tbe words scratched off per minute when
fully inspired, but it considerably exceeds one hun
dred. However, we mean to set tbe machine to
work grinding out items for the voracious public,
and aball find out whether it can write funny Items.
If so, we want one, for it is very bard work to pro
duce anything to make one laugh iu this bot weather
the last day of Summer.
An Uolt Visitor. On Saturday afternoon, aboat
the time the frigate Repulse was getting under way,
a large flab was seen by tbe nstlvcs of Waikiki rapid
ly approaching tbe bay. As be Beared tbe reef, he
cleared it with one leap of fully ZvOteet aud skimmed
over tbe shallow water inside, until he landed high
and dry on tbe sand beach, directly In front of Mr.
J. W. Pflucer'a aeaside cottage. Here be was seized
by a native, wbo however, was unable to bold blm,
aod tbe huge fish floundered about till he finally got
into tbe water. A crowd of natives corallcd bim,
and tbe water near shore being too shallow to allow
him to use bis flns to any advantage, tbey soon kill
ed bim with an axe. It proved to be a species of tbe
sword flsb, measuring eight feet in length, while bis
sword measures 86 inebes. Tbe latter may be seen
in our office. He appears to have been frightened
by tbe Repulse, and shot like an arrow through tbe
waterand over tbe reef, with sucb extraordinary
speed that be could not stop till out of bis nsttre
element, and high on tbe land. Those who wit
nessed it say that it was a most exciting scene.
These sword fishes are very powerful. We re
member Captain Stone telling of an Incident which
occurred while he was running the Brig Josephine
between Ibis port and Jsrvis Island about 1858.
Tte brig was an extraordinary sailer, and while going
at ber fall speed, ten miles oa boor, the was struck
directly under tbe stern counter with 6uch a shock
aa to jar tbe whole vessel and to awaken the Cap
tain out of a sound sleep, wbo supposed that tbe
brig bad struck a whale or a reef. Immediately the
pumps were started, bot there waa no water in the
hold. On returning to port tbe brig waa hove out,
to And tbe cause ol the shock ; when near the stern
post. Imbedded In the thick plank, the blade of a
sword fish was found, fully twenty inches in length.
To have bit the brig under tbe counter, the flab must
bare been going in the same direction as the veaael;
and one may imagine the speed with which it moved
to have plunged Its sword twenty Inches throogbjthe
planking. It must have been going t the rate of
twenty or twenty-five miles an hour, and evidently
Intended to bit the brig, supposing it to have bees
a whale From thi one can cot a faint trip. Af the
fights which take place among tbe monsters of the
From Tahiti. Captain Hatfield informs us that
when he left Papeete, there were three French war
ships In that port, Including tbe Admiral's flagship.
Tbe Admiral was to Mil to-day for Valparaiso.
tSf Yesterday a native, employed in Mr. Hop
per's barrel factory, bad tbe four Angers of bis right
band cat off close to tbe palm, by one of tbe circular
saws. Dr. McKibbin dressed tbe wounded band,
bot tbe native is maimed for life.
Cbakqe of Ministrt. Tbe late papers from
Victoria, Australia, stated that tbe Ministry of tbst
colony bad obtained only one majority on an Im
portant financial question. The telegraph, from
London under date ol Ang. 4, ststes thst it has re
signed, but does not name tbe new ministry.
Lakd Sale. A narrow 6lrlp of land, running from
tbe sea to the top of tbe mountain, and containing
1300 acres, was sold on Saturday by Mr. Bartow,
and purchased for Mr. C. R. Bishop, for $1500.
Owing to its narrowness, it was worth but little
except to the owner of tbe adjoining property, who
The Ball for the relief ol sufferers bytbe inunda
tions in tbe South ol France, which took place on
Friday last, proved a great success as a social festi
val. Tbe decorations of flags made by Ibe crew of
tbe Petercl, and of evergreens by His Majesty, were
very handsome, as were also tbe many bouqueta of
flowers which graced tbe halls and tables. Among
tbe most noteworthy sights was a pyramid of lee,
erected by Mr. Rtcrolt, which served ss an iceberg
to coo tbe air daring tbe early part of the evening,
bnl faded oot of eight before tbe close of the ball.
Among those wbo contributed generously In supply
ing tbe tables without charge were Mr. H. May, with
hams, dec, Mr. Dunn, with beef and mutton, Mr.
Wilder, with ice, and Mr. Horn with cake and con
iectlonery. Tbe amount raided was less than waa
anticipated, and tbe total sum front the ball and con
tributions will probably be about iSOO. We append
s list of contributions received so far :
Ui.bop A Co tii 00' t). MeBrrde. (Kauai).
R. H. g 10 OOjL. V. ..,.., (do).. .
F. A. getnefcr 20 Onlrt W. Hah.,....., do). ,
'. L. McGregor...
Dr. Wight (Kobala).
U. i. Nolle
II. J. fkhriaver
. Krult, (Kralia) .
r. tonradt. tool..
25 00 Otto laeabcrg...(dn).
ZU OO, II. 1- Ki.bop Willi
SO OOlAltx Andre.
20 OO.Keumnd. (Vrt. urgeon) 5 00
6 00 W. M Gibaou 10 00
20 00 Hackfold Co 25 00
S 00 A Frirud SO 00
Dr. O. Troaaaan 25 on; Mra. C 10 00
M. Mclnerny fi Oui Raymond and Bernard 10 00
A Frifiid - 10 00 Hard ia 1 OS
- Peleuiar, (Maltawao) 25 On Fortna Constant 2 00
Paul laoiiberg, (Kauajj. 25 OOlTboa. Brown 10 00
W. II. Rice (do)... S OOi Mr. Bradley SOO
We are requested by the Committee to tender their
thanks to Rev. H. H. Parker, of Rawaiahao Church,
for tbe loan of tbe four large chandeliers used oo the
occasiou of tbe ball.
F iji llsad.
Ahbival Ann Laroixo or Hit Excellexct tbi Hob.
Sib A. H. Gonnox, K. C. M. O.
From the Fyi Times, June 26.
For some weeks we bare suffered from gloomy and
desponding sort of weather, but towards noon on
Thursday there was a marked change in the elements,
and ihe humid fog that had for weeks enwrapped the
hills of Ovalau suddenly cleared away as tbe Pearl,
with a'.l steam up and a favorable breeze into the bar
gain, loomed in sight of Levuka, bringing with her
the harbinger of prosperity in the person of tbe chosen
representative of her Msjesty the Queen. Without
wishing to impress oor readers with any superstitious
ideas, we cannot hut regard the various concomitants
that have associated themselves with the Governor's
arrival as good omens for tbe future of tbe colony.
Queen's weather ushers bim into tbe new field of bis
official duties, and we venture to hope that tho beams
of sunshine that have welcomed his Excellency will
expand into a glorious summer of prosperity and con
tentment. Although it was mooted abroad that Sir
Arthur Gordon would land privately on tbe prerent
occasion, intimations were sent to. the heads of the
various official departments to present themselves at
Naaova at II o'clock (yesterday) to receive bis Excel
lency, and their number was considerably swelled by
all our leading townsmen turning out to meet him on
his landing, and aceord to him a truly British wel
come. Accordingly, aa the hour of II approached,
the road to Nasova was thronged by persons making
for the Government buildings, which had been pre
pared to receive his Excellency and suite in as suita
ble a manner as a limited space of time allowed of.
In the square at Naaova a detachment of marines
wm drawn up, and opposite to them tbe native fores
under Lieutenant Olive presented a very creditable
appearance as they awaited under arms the landing of
Sir Arthur Gordon. The buildings recently renova
ted, backed with a mass uf luxuriant tropical foliage,
stood out in bold relief, whilst the military array of
men in their various costumes, and tbe diversified
toilettes of tbe ladies who honored tbe scene with tbeir
presence, rendered tbe tableau pleasing and attract
ive. At half past eleven tbe distant strains of tbe
band of the Pearl rendering "God Save the Queen "
gave the intimation that his Excellency was prepared
to debark, and shortly after a Vice-Regal salute of
seventeen guns was given, and as each report eohoed
and reverbrated among the surroun ling hills, he
beared the shore, accompanied by bis staff and tbe
several officers of tbe men-of-war : conspicuous
amongst others was tbe well-known and esteemed
Commodore Goodenough. Tbe Administrator of the
Government and the Colonial Secretary met hii Ex
cellency on the wharf, and having interchanged tbe
usual courtesies eseorted bim to the square, where in
approved style the marines and natives preaenlodarms
as the Vice-Kegal party passed through the ranks on
their way to the principal entrance of the Government
buildings. After a few hearty cheers his Exc-llency
appeared on the verandah, and, bowing to about -100
gentlemen who were present, be addressed the follow
ing words to them in a clear and sonorous voice, well
modulated, and giving one the idea of thought and
consideration being bestowed on every sentence that
be uttered :
" Gentlemen, These two boxes contain the one,
the Royal Charier or the Colony ; the otber, my Cam -mission,
under the Great Seal, as its first Governor.
But it is oot my intention to proclaim tbat charter or
to read that commission until the mschinery required
for carrying oo tbe Government under them has been
organized : and therefore, although I shall at once as
sume tbe control and direction of affairs, the admin
istration of the Government will eontinue as at pres
ent for some little time to come. Meanwhile, in pre
paring for tbe task 1 have uudertakan, I have to re
quest tbe co-operation and aid of all residents in this
colony. In'eoojmnnicating with me freely, whether
personally or by letter, either to inform me as to mat
ters which I ought to know, or make suggestions
which may be useful, you will do me a real service;
and although I certainly cannot say that every, or in
deed, for that matter, any, suggestion made to me
will necessarily be adopted, this I can sayand do say,
that every such suggestion shall be weighed and care
His Excellency was listened to with rapt interest,
and three hearty ebeers were given for the expression
of such fentiments, so much in aeeordanee with pub
lic expectation and desire ; likewise three cheers for
His Excellency then held a brief levee, when sev
oral gentlemen were duly presented ; but as ithad not
transpired that Sir Arthur Gordon would receive,
many did not avail themselves of the honor of an in
troduction, but await that privilege at a future date.
The native troops were next passed in review, and
his Excellency appeared to manifest much approval
at the very creditable and efficient manner in whieh
they passed through tbeir evolutions.
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
NEW AND FME8H RECEIVED, PER D. C.
MURRAY. PUR SALK BV
455- BOLLES CO.
ORK I.IMF, BT THE D. C. MI'KRAY
aauai vao Tata taat for sale by
S55- BOLLKrj A OO.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort a Merchant SU.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
For X3. O. Sal. U rH-A.X',
THE HOST COMPLETE ASSORT EsT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's
Cuatom-Made, Extra Fine and Medium Quality
Boots dls Siloes
Ever offered in Honolulu.
Mi 3m IRA RICHARDSON.
A serious insult to tbe British flag was reported by
the Spanish officials at Porto Rico. Toe English
mail steamer Elder, touching at tne port, was brought
to by a Spanish gunboat, and the Captain compelled
to deliver np the passengers, who were accused by
them of having violated certain Spanish laws.
Havana advices of tbe 24th instant state that a
Spanish eonvoy from Puerto Principe, en route for
Guemora with arms, ammunition and provisions and
$150,000 in gold, guarded by one hundred soldiers,
was attacked by eight hundred rebels and tbe eonvoy
captured. Th Spaniards lost Bfty killed, including
Colonel Suelehes, commanding. Rebel loss not as
Loxnox, August 11th Tbe Mercantile Shipping
bill, drawn np by Sir Charles Adderly after Plimsol's
demonstration and passed by the House of Commons,
has passed the House of Lords.
Moody and Saakey are making a tour in tbe north
VEBsAiLi.es. August 4th. The session of the As
sembly was formally closed to-day in aeeordanee with
a resolution for recess until Xovenber tth.
The Turkish Government has issued a decree au
thorising a free circulation of lbs Bible throughout tbe
LoaooB. August 10th. Mr. Gladstone has pun
liihed another pamphlet, in whieh be discusses another
new question relative to the Papacy, which formed
tbe subject of bis former pamphlet on Vaticanism.
Tbe present publication takes the same ground against
tbe Papacy and predicts trouble in tbe future, both
in Great Britain and on tbe Continent from that
source. The pamphlet declares that tbe Papaey will
seize tbe first opportunity through bloodshed to main
tain its rule, and will, if necessary, even plunge tbe
world into war. Tbe new document of the ex Premier
is much discussed, and is calculated to revive the re
ligious conflict raised by bis first effort on th i sub
ject. Paris, August 10th. Tbe Government has pro
hibited tbe sale in France of Mr. Gladstone's wri
tings against the Papaey.
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
AM MIUIC I I.Orson the KlXAOKAHl'A
PLATNS, favorably Kitaatefl for building pur, . mn
for nit- at raawiiwble prict-a. For terms and other partktj
Urr euqulreof W5-tf 8. B. 1KL.
A SH'ARTK.Il I. Y aLUIMA asT tkC BOARD
of TKUXTF.E8 of the Queen'a Hospital will bo held
at the Court Koom in Alllolanl Hair, ou THURSDAY
NEXT, the 2d of September, at noon,
it y. A. BCHAEFER, Secretary.
THE POLLOWrXO BASE BALL CLUBS ARE RE
apectlvely Invlfd to attend a Meeting tone held at
the Ttooma of Pacific Uouae Co, Xo. 1, tola Wednesday
evening SepL lat, 1875, at 7 o'clock.
Royal MM Base Ball club,
Mc-hanlc Kaae Ball Club,
Athlete Ran? Hall Club,
Pacific Baae Ball Club.
The object of the meeting will be to take under conside
ration the arrangements for a series of Games to be played
during tbe season of 1970 for tbe Championship.
Honolulu Auaruatzist, 1S7S.
Executor's Notice to Creditors.
I ri I. its TENTAMEXTART having ben
I J LwumI by the supreme Court sitting In Probate, on
the SOtb day of July to Sercno K. Bishop and Jane E.
Itlllebmnd, as executors of the will and testament of Delia
8. Klftbop. late of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, deceMed. We
hereby notify all rredltors of the detreased to present their
claims, duly autbendrated, and with the pmper Touchers,
If any exist, even If the claim is secured by mortjraa;e upon
real erUate, to us, or at the oll.ee of El I:. Itole Esq., In smld
Honolulu, within six months from this date.
MKItKNO E. BIRnOP,
JAM. E. Ill LLEB RAND.
Honolulu, 1st September, 1875. W5Ht;
TUNNEL AND SMELTING COMPANY!
Mineral King Mining District, Tulare
County, State of California.
Sharea of Stock for fSatle In above t'onijiaur
at SEE PBOMFECTl'(. u
ss5 3m C. S. BARTOW, Agent.
ONE INCUBATOR !
fob vim: bt
A. 8. CLEGHORN & CO.
BOSTON CLEAR PORK!
In quarter barrels.
At FRIES, a I.AIM.-S.
Yarmouth Sugar Corn.
At FBIEL A l.AI I: V
Oswego Corn Starch.
At I III i:i. A I.tlMS.
Lewis' Tomato Ketchup.
Best In the world.
At FBIEL a I. i.i:s.
Boston Pure Cider Vinegar
At I It I I I. A I. A I .VI.' V
At FBIEL a I I i: .
Kona Coffee, Pure.
At FBIEL I, A IV ITS
Pure Lime Juice.
At FBIEL LAME'S.
F. Baker's Dairy Salt.
In 10 and 20 lb. bags.
Pembroke Table Salt.
Tcble Salt in Bottles.
AS FBIEL A I.AIVf S
Sheep and Ox Tongues, and
Melbourne Soups, so nice.
At FBIEL A L AI.VK-fj.J
Queen Olives in bulk and bottles.
At FBIEL a LAIKE-S,
stxxffecl Peppers !
At FBIEL A l.tlM-S.
lee for Sale and Packed to order.
At FBIEL a L USE'S.
At fbiel a LAI xirs.
Cracked Cocoa, Epp's Cocoa,
Candles for Carriage Lamps,
SPICES GROUND TO ORDER.
K4 At FBIEL a LAI Ufa 2,
So. 04 Fort Street . Odd FellowW Hall,
Importer of and Dealer in Dry Goods and
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
FUBNISBIX0 GOODS, ate., H., ata.
rrrnVQ I 1 The Illguvrwt Frteas aakl tor OKKEW
tl 1 1 1 t.r- . j and ur.r HHiKS.
Alsa-PrLF and COFFEE I SaS-ly
HONOLULU IBON W0EKS CO.
STEAM ESOIJIiis, nsrar Mllla,
Boilers, Cool era. Iron, Braaa anil Lead Caatioga
Machinery of Every Description,
a- Man. to Order. -Sal
Particular attention paid to Snip's Blaekamittaing;
aW JOB vrORKexaentad on tba ahortaat notice. (Ma-lT
VGAR NOW COMING IN and for sale
in quantities to suit purchasers by
655-3m AFC'NU A ACHUCK.
Pioneer Mill, Lahaina.
CAM I'll KM. a TUKTON, Proprietors.
Crop of Sugar of superior quality , now coming
n and for sale in quantities to suit bj
S5S-3m H. HACKFELD A CO.
EW CROP NOW C0MINO IN. FOR SALE
in quantities to anit purchasers, by
555-3m C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
tv Crop of Nuggar Ac Molassteai
0W C0MIN0 IN, AND FOR SALE IN QUAN
tities to .-nit purchasers by
555-3m C. BREWER A CO.. Agents.
HIDES, SKINS, TALLOW.
rilUE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TC
L par the highest market price for Dr; Hide,
Una! Skins and (Joat Tallow.
C. BREWER A CO.
TO WOOL GROWERS.
THE UNDERSIGNED CONTINUE TO
bay Wools at good prices. Wools coming to
market this Spring particularly desired to make
freight ;ii5-3ml C. BREWER A CO.
Choicest Meats from the Finest Herds
Pish, Poultiy, Vegetables, &c,
Furnished to Order.
X THAN. Tiiosilisj s ami ThnrodiaJ n-Veal,
t ri.hi.vs I Jsl:.
Su u d ay a Lam b,
Unless otherwise ortlered.)
The Proprietor having erected a neat and commodlou
VEGETABLE, FRUIT AND POULTRY MARKET,
Adjoining the Family Meat Market, will be prepared to
promptly and MttaAsctorily fill orders for cverythlna; re
quisite to furnish the tables with all the Substantiala and
Delicacies the country affords.
cr Shipi-i supplied on Short XoUe.t
Meats, Ac, delivered to all parts of tbe city without ex
tra chanre 555 3m E. II. BOYD.
a a very co aaanan cott.mje. no.
IS KUKUI 1'LACE, at present occupied by Charles
Hues tare, Esq. Apply to
S54 2m JAME.H a LEMO.W
Al l. PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS, whether
by mortgage or otherwise, agalnat the late EI.I
MEEK, will plenae present the same dnly authentlt-ated
to the undersigned, within six luonlha from this date, or
they will be lorev-er barred.
CHARLES B. JCDO,
Executor of the WU1 of Ihe late Ell Meek.
Honolulu, Aug. IS, 1673. 653 4t
I HAVE SOLD TO MR. HENRY MACFARLANE, OF
thla City, my stock of Wlnea and spirits. The sale
dates from tbe 31st of July.
Honolulu, August 11, 1875. 954 31
f WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE FOREIGN
residents of these Islands, that I have porchased the
WHOLESALE LIQUOR BUSINESS!
Hitherto carried on by Mr. OODPREY RllODES, and
that I shall carry on the aame under the name and style of
MACFARLANE fc (JO.
Honolulu, Aug. II, 1875, 5.14 3t
Columbia River Salmon!
JFST RECEIVED FEB J. A. FAI.KINDI RO
in barrela and half barrela. For male by
552 C. BREWER 4b CO.
KITTS SALMON BELLIES.
PACKED IS73. SPRING.
Falkioburg,' thla day.
May 31, 1875.
BOLLES A CO.
EX CLARA BELL,
Columbia River Salmon, Catch 1875.
FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD A CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Catch, of 1873 I
JrRT RECEIVED BY CASTI.E at- COOKE,
a superior lot In barrela, half barrels and klta, aud
for sole at low rates. S51 2m
Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
AFRESH MIL PER J. A. I VllilMII Rli,
for sale cheap by
5JI 2m CASTLE A COOKE.
MR. JOtTX III ISO HOLDS JIT POWER
of Attorney and will attend to my hualnean during
my absence from the Kingdom. Mr. CHARLEH M.
COOKE will act aa Sal earn an. K. P. ADAafti.
Honolulu, July 13, 187 550 2m
MY BnOTIIER-IS-LAW, MAX. ECK ART.
will act for me during my absence from this King
dom. MRS. CUB. ECK ART.
Honolulu, May 12, 1B7S. 53 tf
AT LAIR PI.AVTATIOX.OAHF, AHECOXD
hand nay or Wool Lever Press, in good repair.
Terms low. By (548 lan) A. L. SMITH, Bnp'L
For Sale or For Lease.
Aat A HAXDaOHE COTTAfJE. PLEA8ACT
fl!S ly located, wltb garden. Ac, containing parlor, three
Xawaabedrooma, two closeta, dining room, kitchen and
pantry, bathroom, aarvanta booae, carriage hooae and
stable, all very convenient, and in perfect order. Apply to
it) tf HUUO MTAXOEXWALD. M.I).
f HATE OX HAXD A FIXE COI.I.F.4TIOX
I of th" MAUI FERN", which are considered the most
beautiful in tbe group. Tbey are beautifully mounted on
carda. with their names. For sole by
551 lm H. M. WHITN EY.
THE niiftrlariiaai have oss Sls lat dray of
April, 185, entered Into a Co-partnership, under tbe
name and style of 1. H. BBCNS A CO., for the purpose of
carrying on the
Oooperlua; sand Usnrlrst- Brjajlaaeaas
In all lu branches, and solicit a share of public patronage.
J H. BRUSH,
Honolulu, June 11, 1875. 544 3m
RICHARD F. BIOKERT05,
At Judge Jonee Offlce, Merchant St..
Bill, and Debta collected. Legal Doarjment, drawn. Copying.
Book Keeping. Mortgagee, Sales aod Leasee of House,
and Lands negotiated, and General Commission
563 carefully execoted. 3m
ATTORHET AKD COUNSELLOR AT LAT.
And Agent tor taking Acknowledgments of Instruments for
the Ialand of Oahu.
525 No. 8 Kaahumann gtraet. Honolulu, H. I. ly
AM. PERSOXS HOT HAYIXG HADE tbeir
returns to the Assessor for the year 1875, will please
do so on or before September 1st, according to law. The
Assessor win be st hla offlce on Marine Street, every day
between August 13rd aad September 15th. Parties not
having received blanka, can obtain the aame from the as
sessor at hla office, during that time.
CHAKUb H. JUDD,
Assessor for Honolulu,
gotaanln, Aug. IS, 1878. Ss It
By E. P- ADAMS.
WEEKLY CASH SALE!
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,
AS 9-30 A. St Sharp, sat Sale Room,
WHITE a BROWX COTTOX.
HATS. HOES. SOCKS.
MERIX0 UNDERSHIRTS, 4C, AC, AC.
Fine Fresh Hams & Bacon
S5 days oot of the bed.
PICKLES, CAUDLES, FINE TEA, SUGAR IN BAOS
INVOICE 0? KEROSENE OIL
TO BE SOLD.
E. P. ADAMS. ABtfroaeer.
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Por Syren from JJoatou
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM HO. 2 TO 6.
A XD ARE aEADT TO RECEIVE 4IRDERS
ia for any of the pumpa of thia make to be rorwarled
overlaod If necessary
BOILER FEED Pl'JIPS,
DISTILLERY PI MPS,
VAcria pi nps.
Pumps for Hot or Cold Waiter, Naalt Water
Prices and other information given by
552 3w g BREWER A CO.. Agents.
C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Por Barls. OEYLON
Just Arrived from Boston.
fTJASKS Cl'JIBERLAXD "0 A L.
XEW BEDFORD OIL SHOOKS.
HUBBS and SPOKES,
Refined Iron, Round and Flat!
Xear Bedford Pilot Bread In t asks,
ark. r House soups, Horn's Axes,
Iron Uubb Wheelbarrows,
Leather Belting, Rivets sss't sixes,
TvliirrOT" Packing !
FENCE WIRE, Noa. 5 A 6,
tubber Hose, Hi -In.,
Brass Wire Selves,
Cedar Boat Boards,
Beat Caustic Soda,
ASES DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, PINE
Sol SHOOKS. 3m
ARL0R ORGANS !
J3l. Tf" jEJ W
1111 PARLOR flBEAl!
NEW JUBILEE ORCAN.
SARTIEta IU WANT OF A. NICE HaTTBl-
At Reasonables Rates 1
Till do well to choose from this lot; those sold before
tare given satisfaction.
FOB SALE BY
CASTLE ft COOKE,
CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF HOIaV
I.t'I.C vlaiUng Friends and strangers generally are
ordlally Invited to attend Public Worship at FORT ST,
IICRCII. where Services are held every Habbath at 11
clock A. M., and 7J P. M. Beau are provided for all
.ho maybe pleased to attend. There Is a Wednesday
renins; Prayer Ueetlng at 7 o'clock. In the Lecture
loom, to which all are welcome. WA ly
THE TRI STEES TAKE PLEASURE FX
announcing that MR. A. PRATT, A. M., recently of
be Golden (fate Academy, Oakland, and an Instructor of
inch experience and excellent repute, will be In charge of
hla institution the coming year.
He will be assisted by accomplished teachers In the va
Mr. F. W. Damon, A. B., will continue to Instruct la the
tOm Fannie Merrltt, recently a teacher in the San Rafael
Institute, and Was sL F. Eckley, for two years a teacher
In the Bends Female Seminary, will instruct In drawing,
music, and otber ilinTlaa
airs. Pratt will act aa matron.
Patrons of the school may expect a year of arrpeator ad-
The next term win open on Wednesday the tth of
September. (MS zm) BT THE COMMITTEE.
J " ST RECEIVED FROM LONDON. A LOT
of Stephen's BLACK WRITING INK, tbe bast eras
offered lo the market. Fag ante by
sss-im) h. x. wainut.
By C. 9. BARTOW.
WEDNESDAY, - - - - SEPT. 1st
At ia sy rissta a. a win a mm. '
A SELECTION OF DRY GOODS
Medicine Chest, Boring Machine
LOT 0T FURNITTJRE.
BAGS OF SCOAR. ALE. ETC.. ETC.
C. 8. BARTOW,
Catalogue Sale of Books.
ON FRIDAY, SXPT. 3d,
At to o'clock A. wMI has ssaM
CHOICE BOORS OF I PWV1TE FAMILY.
CcAalogna issued prericra to Sbk.
C. 3. BARTOW. AaartieassT.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT AUCTION !
By Order of the Hon. Board of Education.
1 shall aril at public auction.
On Saturday, November 13, 1875,
At 19 o'eloett 'ass.
At the front entrance of Alnolaal Hale.
At an Upset Price of $8000
All the riffht, title arxi Infer of tbe Board of ZdKtioa
In aud to the Large tract of land known aa the
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU!
SITUATED I If TBE DISOTUCT OS WAJXCKT?,
On the Ialand of Mast, H. 1.
This extensive and valuable tract of land, centrally located
between Kaat and West Maul, Luuiaalses so area of from
Hla tee n to Twenty
Several thonaand of which la good arable land : capable
of profitable rsltiaetion for augar cane and otber aartrul
tural products akosld a sunVlent water sapfMy bsstsny
lime available for irrigation, while a mnch larger extent
Is well adapted for graving purposes.
Tbe above property wul be aold. subject to s lesss hav
ing Bve years yet to ran. Title. Bus ail Patent.
For farther particulars snsjairs ef the Secretary of th
Board of Education, or
C. S. DARTOW, Anctionesr.
Honolulu. Ang. 10th, 1S7S.
LEWERS AND DICKSON
TUT KE4 EIVEO AXD HAVE FOI
Emnia Aiiguata !
Redwood Rough Boards,
Redwood Rough Plank,
Redwood Surface Planed Boards,
Redwood Surface Planed Plank,
Redwood TAG Boards,
Redwood Scantling, all sues,
Redwood Pickets, Shingles, Poata
Redwood RUSTIC and Clapboarda
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
TH E I'NDEBSieJED HAS OH HAXD
AKD FOB SALE
C. R. SALMON BELLIES
EXTRA MO. I,
1st IS 1-a lb. Kltta, ao lb. Kltts aavsl a Ik.
Full weight, thoroughly packed, warranted to kasp sweet
PRICES FAR BELOW ANYTHING OF THE IINO
In the city.
BBL8. COLUMBIA RIVER tUIJIONl
SEASON 1875, No. I,
300 Lorn. Earn at Pquallj LOW PKICEA 1
ALSO, A, FEW BABRSL8
0. R. SALMON BACKS
Htx 1 EXTRA, BAA tATA,
Two hundred pounds sack st 99. ALSO
A FEW BBLS. C. R. SALMON
aa 1, J00 LBS. EACH,
HKAJSOM 174 AT THE LOW ffMICM OF ten.
ssr- Buyers are respectfully raujatstsd to ssA sod ax-
aTsT" Orders krjralaa Tsaoet Osy, and IatedsaaMtvOr
soUdtsd and tlusapaxjr taassV
E. C. IWCANDI.I88,
SSI tars ntH BASKET. aTAaVia Ifli
Oregon Leaf Lard.
a ark LB. ( as em, mCaTatlVSat gssar 1
AV bnrg-' Foraalsar
May 11. 1J71. BOLLSaa CO.
Australian General Atlas.
A raw os ft
Fog sals aw