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Ilk 4 1 I IIOKITV.
T XHfk, off. MlntT M mr vwwtetJ bv Vac (X'
Ko swe awatwatwf uto, UamalMM1' -
Sulrrilrs to the Oaitttf arc rwpcctfnllT
notified that vol Dim twrlvc cor. iters with
:.. first insnc in tin- new roar, mud subscrip
tion are parable in advance, at
FIVE DOLLARS PER ANNUM.
Thoao residing in the city can par thecarri
er, who will procure from the publication office
least ten thousand porooaa. The rice interest
; supports about five thonsainl more. In the
I carrrinc trade an i the funi:hinc of food to
J plantations, and other branches of industnr do
; pandent upon the snpar and rrre plantations
for supptvrt. there are enctped not less than
' fire thousand individuals, making a total of
' twenty thonsan.! perscas, or more than one
I third of the entire population, who are now
ttanrn.M:uir Treat of the Fnoril
J OrrwB la h. hw at XawOrwtk. tsawkd at Kana-
- Ske lot Tii.ito. In till i A. It 1ST, to anU lb
Baas, fe tor tot p in I wwtu Tworsday, the SO day ad
Basra. A tl in a: 10 o nrt a. a
VSamaolBM aaa ito omlof th-
urwu. (tmnaj llaoolmnt ikfe a
d af tKmabrr. A. K UTV
c. - Hu
a receipt for the amount paid. Those Jiving , Mtpporte. direetir q- these staple productioaa.
in the ooantrv can Temit br order of bank I and who would be directly luefitted by the
check. ; treaty.
TV RttKTTH will he' sent resnlariy lit Althing the articles admitted free by the
Vs-.; Awu Jwnr. of IMBaBi (wan. arslac
t atasT JaOv aunnc k a! I rrowi Ito Kmc ton
Ma. s tl
mail to any part of the world, on prejiaymcr.:
o! the animal sulcriprion and pnstace.
Address H. M WntTVHT.
Pnblisher Hawaiian ttxette.
tTnni baa tors apa.ai.uM br tto Board of
r I in . rkwi am atr u-s Iwnn of Pwwa. Jalaac
Kaaai. la purr of Hue- P. Iw-tt. mtp"'
B. aWdtsr of tto award of fadueadaaav
Br. iaa mitb nonfarr.
I to h-rat., tvwr that J tUT latrtOatw. Fan.. I
I eauwwbl pm of aw ijitptr of ;
Saca aa iiiia toanaMt a iimaa-v
W. U Lunar, labw of Ftoaajn Aflaura,
Itotp urn in f-er,rtp Aflkar,!
Uonolwm. Iwsc SC. 174. ,"
il- nrnnafm ton- toi apr now! Apvwwa-
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latowd mt Ml ft .BraWTW ; Pwnaawi Kane.
I i 3 ft Vaa Kn,
AN IM'KfKM'KNT JOI CXAL,
PEYflTEP TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
rrnusiiKD U( k : - i;t
11 E N R V M : W H ITNE 1".
treaty, are uichMed hardware of cvbtv kind,
manufactures of cotton and wool, and lumber,
all of which are extensively consumed by the
native )xpiilation in this couutrr. If those as
T-ATS VWK MUCStPKNT OF Till fXTTKB STATKS.
The death of this prominent statesman has
called out many obituary notices of him. all of
which serve to show how a poor lad may by
industry and perseverance secure a gwd edu
cation and rise to eminence in the serricc of
The first book which he owned was a Now
Testament, iriren him on condition that he
would read it tliroiurh,--which he did in seven
days, so as to pass a creditable cxaminsti.in on
it. This was when he was eisjht years old, an.1
the book lie always kept. Most of his early
readinir was done by firelight, in the old
fasliioncd chimney corner.
Wlien he was twenty-one years of ape, he
WEDXESDA 1". JAX 5.
Thk present issue commences the twelfth
volume ol t'le Gaxkttk, and we Iiepe to make
it cvon more interesting and instrnerive UiiCi
tlw prerious. 1876 promises to abound with
; . i. i -l.-l: ; ,i
.... s - , , Miuucvirua. .11 nouir ruaii i.-i.r .in.
biennial session of '.lie
I haps the iaaugn ratio;; of the Reciprocity treaty.
In America, the presidential election and the
cententiia! expositio:i promise to supply abun-
wcll as numerous other articles of imp.rt con- j several hundred volnine of Iwjrraphy
taiucd iu the free list are furnished at lower i an,j general literature, K-sMe the owiplete
prices than now, the whole population from j ,. 0f tl,e S'arli Ammrtem RrrU-T, as thenex-ojk-
end of the pronp to the other will share in i jij,u:. By the terms of his apprenticeship,
the benificcnt effects. wKn he came of ai-e he was to roceire six
On Uie other hand the benefits of the treaty sheep, and a yoke of oxen. These he sold for
to the CUttd States will lie no less marked f$4. Tp to this time lie never had possessed
j and permanent. The people of that country ' two dollars in money, and ha.1 tK'ver spent a
1 will secure a market for their productions, j dollar in his life. He became a shoemaker,
j We now import from the United States, with j the most rapid and best workman iu Xatiek,
our tariff of ten per cent. tff r,irw, poods to and at one time, made forty-six pairs of shoes
thcvalneof over a million dollars annually, i without sleep. When twentT-firc Tears old, he
To vaa Knrroa or thi ltaTT: Tas time fbr
the eledbm of members for tbe next Icjrfelattm to
near at taml, and it would seem, in view ot tbe
work that sh.-nM, and is likelj to come before Iho
next house, tbat We nonl some men wbo bare Mr
sbilith-s, to sat the lat ; men who bare some
bn'-ies oxperlrneo not to ay InrllitT ex
perience; men wbo bare Interests at stake, and
who contribute lsrxely to carry on tbe frorerament
Tbat mc bare ucb men auonjest tw U Dot qaeatUm.
cd. aoit I aooM name a tew cut tf tbe uiini who
would do credit tu tbeiiselrrs and the coaotry in
the ktstsllre usitiWj, rut: Hon. Uodf re Rhodes,
Hon. S.i mil 1 1 N C1lc, Hon J Molt Smith, Hun.
II. A. P. Carter, IV. M tiiUtoa, II. L Sbcldou, E.
P. AduuiJ and S U. Dole.
Tbe question is, would cither one of the above
permit His name to be used, or. If ;ikid, to bivome
a candidate, would be not air : " Ob no, I cannot
afford the tline, I could not be rleeled If I were to
ran; a forehtner eaauot be ck-eicd, the f.rebjt. .
ulalion tskss no Interest in election; and it eleeli-d
1 rouid do no po.ni. us the lxirialuic will be nude
untaTVA.lv ol men who bare little kiuiwlrdirc of ihrir
i country's wjnts; who waate two or three months
! dcbatb'11; tbe most slsurd and iuslguiScaul non
This would, I presume, he just about wbat
tbry would uican to ray, if they did not say it. Bat
to my mind, tbl- 1 not a sufficient excuse. YVweWilt
uerrr have a It-cinlattvc body Worthy ol tbe name ol
Honolulu until utenot siandlni; and men of property
lake xu aetlrc interest Iu elections; select good uleo
and keep tbctn.
Honolulu, shore ill other (lection districts, It en
titled to we rcrestitvd pari by foreigners. I do
not - v ail, AlThxiieh I Unuk it would be tor tbe in
terest of tlo native -onataiion as well as the eoun-
or Kaa: M. Eal m-.i Uaa-Tww. W. BVem:
W 1, JI.-a-Kawra. X-a-sirr o.' tbe loserx-.:
bee. :- TIK. ItTX
or iau-al. B
w. la Skitf
fl is not too much so exwet that with the abol- .or--.i an acarlemv. aad i.nA- a short conn-oof I Uj at Isrw, that the lew members for Honolulu
I . r .u- -it ,u . r r , , , , should be foreisncia. But I would propose two
1 islnnp of the tariff the amount of imports from : 8eVere study. He was a teetotaler. Though loremucrs aud two natives, and believe a ticket of
t 111! crwintrr wouitl be lictiMcd. thns pvins it fon-i of dminn- in eionnanv. he never tasted thai Kind can be elect etl It care l tsken In their se-
1 : .m . ' t n..a:a. .
a H- No- IJtvL. 1w7 Seem -
Tto EkseSMa af B. Iiaaiaia le-a 10 tto next InoaSai n
Aa-r--io wo u.t I-.. -tto nnssi Eler-uor
laasitm af Use kiiic-to-aa
loj.-r tto rli 1 rssaii :
rasa 1 1 or ireo wn hi wBB.iw.asui noo. on.
ttotn, af It ha-o mi hi 1 an TTauilii rihinl J
h.-. !l n.u. -r. -waasm
Ikaxnr: at Kselh t
I-aarv: of Mtc Kawa VI11. tos L.
: w .- csaws-aa-aa B
iSsa Wednesday, the M av of i cant staple for readinir. In Eot-OK. Poiitics
are becominp somewhat complicated. Uhl it
will be interesting to watch the moves on tiie
great political ehess-lioard. Our ratnable
foretirn correspondence will be continned. and
1 wiil form an interesting leaturv ot the papr.
The tmbi-crirnioti price will be five dollars in
Thk P.ctnc l OMur-BciAi. Apvkbtisi k
estaLl ishraeri: has leeji poKhased during the
past week by Mr. Hksbv L. Shklpox. who
has ieen editor of the paper for fire years,
and has filled the position with credit to him
self and acoeptal'ly to its mane friends. Tbe
price paid is aaU to lie $1C,000. which is an
advance on what it i'rought Stc years ago, and
, . - i iuiii'ii auu - uriciiniu,ii'ii n niA, iiiiiu wi an nil
Legislature, and per- i a lm? ve ot orcr two minions ot winP and whenever he gave a dinner lumself, ; meaus. And for that purpoac, I would recommend
! dollars. Mi rt-silitM politician have brought ' no wine was ever placed on the table. The meeting 10 be caned to select the candidates, aud
e , . r Co-, rtoo r ' . tbca d as tbev do in other countries, -ret Ihe pco-
forward tlie loss ot M 00.000 per .tntinm rroal last dinner he ever ga,T iu Washington was in pie at largre to endorse tbe nominaiions and to work
tlie treasury ot the V. S. as a sufficient reas.-n honor of two distinrrnished Englishmen : and I '?r Ibclr electioo and by ibis means wrakcu the
... . . ., , ....... i chsnces of unwoithv and se!r aiec'.i-d esndidalcs.
tor tho tviecno:. of the treaty : tmt they have while his tatde was loaded with all the deli- The legislature, wncu convened, will have cue im-
Pslgr-- af KaaaanaTI .-.-b.-c- bl. lO.-i.-tonae.
I-i.i:it of 'alTirn rnai I Tiin . Wanakn and Sohool-
bV: of "akawaoC.ain-b.-Dse. ataka so
I of Unaw Aasilm Bast. Ilnaiawli al both ti
Jastatsf y,"wa Wiaan nisuohnasr Wakssra. .
:i- -: ws HrtiMl iiii, WaSaawa.
laasnei af riilawjll Ol mini . Kaa-sae.
of hai-.vM-.w. LDnss. Hrbssl Uswsi
j no assurance that they would not by such re- ' caries of the season, and surrouuded bv a verv . Pn mi,i,er 'JS- ll;,;tlrc,,u,., ".'
,. ' ' prosnlina otneer. Much depends on hit knoo led-re
1 jiection ls-- the whole of this rerenne, for re- i distinguishid companr, no K verage stronger ofaisagos and i-arluuientary rains, snd hi selection
ciprority is what we want, and we ar not ths- pgg o5fcre4. Throughout his long 01 5.ll:cr: H'! -""-- t'-ient and
' panicular whetiter we obtainit fnun the I mted , . , . resiectcd presiding otneer, soon loses t he rtspeet
! States, or iron, some other goremment. ! hfe- he WM OOImSteat Christian, and his fast b due to it, protract the business, snd In
' , As the people of Hawaii would be tnettod j -ti lored him, trnsted and honored Jt-SJJJml
by obtaining the pr.sincts of Amenca at a him. Would there were more statesmen as . hare taken the liberty to name, who would, I think,
i in ,iKr rate, so wcuid the American farmer. I i a a :-. . u fill Ibeeliair of President or Vice President if elected.
, . , , inuc, a nones' aou as leu-uwui as ur.oni ,, .. . . , . . .. ,
roechanic. the lal-oror. the miner, tho merchant, i ! I h "rd" t himself and profit to the counlry.
i and men of every class and station of life on ! I1-,oJ'"
I tlie I acinc slojie le benentted by the cheaen.
For Portland. Oregon.
THE rasrr satuso bar
Jane A. Falkinburg,
I. II. Ht'SRABT. WASTKB.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the bove Port.
for fie cut and Pasaase, appo- M
Hi :.v.rt.r. a rvioKK. mi.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The Fine American B.rk
CLAItA BELL !
r..P. StlKrtlltKIl. MAKfKIt,
WILL HIVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE HOVE PORT
mr rnr Fn- !;. apply to
tn Aucx. j. CABTWMnnT.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
iuvi rrrarr. mm mi
Al l bam hers.
Ji..M. Wail of moW of
SS S bS, .nartoara. al Sal . pa,
in reartln. sts4 Vn. uW aswtsa. aw4aseaa
millan KVkarl. loianilan of MsukBl rXart.
imrma appi'.i i . asaaawia
r-rs na ltot.it ,asasw. awd
tbe asae wiar ssa.
.iVr may ha and ml
Inc tn Ma haao tn the
rtiaratnc Mm sol kb onettoa ream mM
iwiil as wa-n.
II is reitsrrd. wVliAar. us ana sav
D. !:. at IS urftaat A. H . tmmrm ih sal
i hsmtwr. In tlmrt tloswe. at H
I .,.l that .11
-..-!. -rr- m aastos
hsee. win- the
Ano Hull ss.!.
in tt..- 1 1.
In Honolulu. or ihrsa
Ume therein appasasru far saW
iwir-l at Hoi oiBm. II
'iitm R. Matt. Clerk at Ike -asxeww
isnr . tosasa.
Tin an masts 4
, mm.- smsaM awl Ue teawasw. .ml assy saw.
sV!! Hf aaM n.l.ili.
'-w"'waf W .Ajm mmmnftrngmm
I . Oil. .T.I .t...C.ii,.i,. mn.
nun t ji nr
i tart 2 :
t nr r rtiK
Pnstah-. la t)..- mall
, toAe aC kakmaa. msrss
' tton A. Fram-mJaabL i
r. art ivuvr .sf Xtsurw i
. li nam. AW
TIIE S 11.1. 1I II WTEASVIHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SN FRANCISCO
On or about Jan. 5, 1876.
im nslal an.1 -s-r--" - , M , , fj L
Rh-luinlanit. Karenkw ot Its et,t af Mmm Aawsv Ms mt
Kahubu. insreasml. wlwrrta ha mwa ks W sha 1 4 faXH.
att.l rhattr. hlsaaslf w.ta fWUI. aast mwa uaas Has ssaw.
mar be maslr ,.f .ll.mtm w, ..f ike si sill; - - - i as
Mi hatHts to the prrsana thereto 'butaso. saw J wk.ja.nsf
hltn ami hi. .nrrlms from all nirtker iseasaaaaTaatajr as aae.
It to onk-rtxl. that TVBWDA.Y. Use :... Asar af JA-
- a, iv it t-mcst A. JS.. ai aw I am sss Ja
I iatr ot uoae rHcessine ot lite winch we are
ah o t furnish, as well a by tbe increased dVv
matid for the products of Anierioap indnstry
calW for under tlie working of the treaty.
But tbe coniioerviAl aaivai.Lact-s which our
neighbor will derive are not the oady imes
which she will secure br tbe trcatr. It will
LTTIEJ1 FiiOM JAPAA.
: sjeaks well for its management. Tlie Jurer practically secure to her a colony for her peo.
Tw. AsUowour pertuos kaor keen appmnieA Members
aim Ta Appos-Buaxc:. In accurdatocr wlUi Act of
. 1STI :
l- toreaee. W H ReetS.
.'W -J W Isiaomal kat I' '
A An ni aii ram ii r. p k i
X. KsAata-l FskUKHortL I V IkrK
.V A'akaia It It AUrms. lieonev ktatm
l BaectsMl. J K Kansami
. R brown.
I IkAOtols. W p Al. lan.ter.
I -. t
v I-ar-.u sUtaa.
F H HaseMec. S CeaOaKaa.
Oaar nwailai -J F Greesi, A y---1-
m AT T J H cow-; . A. iaiuL.es.
aSWsabm 15 2C Banatson. sCnmalHa.
AaaaaaSsa A L fee, i-.:.. s. M NsnsaDA
A.llllUllll H J lOOtHs-v. at
Assm r aWDATL Wlta
tistr will always U goid jroiertr so long as
it is conducted on the principles on which it
was published entire indein'mieiice from
s.-:. gorernment control and ; .tr ti..g. and Peti
tion to popular interests. It is Bow nearly
tw Lit; years old, baring been stariou in July
We wish the new proprietor success,
and trust that hit renture may prove a good
' Therf is a tide in the affairs of men."
and of nations a? w ell, " whic'i, taken at the
Hood leads on to fortune ; omitted, all tbe
Toyage of their life is Uund in shallows and
in miseries. On such a full sea are we now
afloat . and we must take tbe current when it
serves, or lo our ventures." Thns sung the
inspired bard of Avon in musical numbers, a
truth which Hawaii should at the present junc
ture CAtref ally ponder. The year upon which
we bare now entered seems likely to offer
grand possibilities for progress. There are
ZaAaw-G w wia-wx. s B Hapwkn.
1 --i-.s s...
.. DKaa CalAA.
Jko. & v.una,
. X... lal. tsTi. allalsref Flaaeer.
pie, a friendly depot for her increasing s:eam
lines and a political preponderance in the north
Pacific, w torch may be of great advantage in
the luture. At all erents, it will then be more
for her interest to maintain the independence
of this group than h erer has before been.
. Anaexalio. beiue.
Late rArEss bring the particulars of the
scheme for annexing a large slice of tbe Re
public of Mexico to the United States. On at
least two former occasions the United States
i hare acquired territory from that country,
through purchase or otherwise, and the pro-
! cess of absorption will probably continue, till
i the Great Republic extends to the isthmus of
Parien. The affair is another illustration of
the dangerous tendencies of indebtedness
j when indulged in by a weak nation.
The projeet is sot Absolutely sew. bat when
tr .aebe: it has bseo poo h -ptK-bed and frowned apoo
a.- Tifi.icarr. N.s it is luvmibg up as a substantial
realitr. in faror of which a Klramect is certain and
preiceJilated. It mar not sueeeeJ .- success defends
K.u. Japa. September tJ, ISii.
I'riK GAitrrn : I lend Ton some notel of a trip
I raeecUr made to Nagasaki. Ihe Stlh of August,
at 4 a. .. O- board Ihe City of Tosio, a well-ap-pjinted
American hmlt Japanese steamer, we 5team
ed out of Kt.be barber into tht bay of Osaa : a part
of the iniaad. sea. which latter is oeer two hundred
He has the rears, Ihe personal appesrsnce, educa
tion, knowledge of the Hawaiian language, and
larislaliTc experience both as a member .it J speaker
of the ilousc. I mean the Hou. t. .n. Kuodoa.
Thr Latest French rrolcllct.
It is well known that the mission of Franc is two
fold ; she is bound to oeer-awa. and to amuse, the
a r i. At lh present moment licrmany has put it
out of her power to fulfill the first named function,
but she oniy turns with increased enthusiasm to her
nrrft.rmance of the second dutr. Jutt duw her eenius
! miles long, ending at ths Eastern point, at Osaka, j has suggested to her the propriety of reforming some
Allhourb somewhat tigtag. its" cource in the main ii I facial eastoms. and among them p-.rliculsrly the
near), J-.HT. and X.E It is from one mile to perhaps ' English babil of siiakiag hands. To suppress this
. .. ; custom a soe.ely has been formed in Fans, and as
: thirty and forty in .nllh . Our course lay near the th. church his taken the matter ap with certain de
; northern shore, .bica is eery bold, and abrupt, with : pres of energy, it is expected that something will be
I occasionally a narrow eailry like the south sidt of ' dooe. Precisely what the Ticiowsnaas of hand-shaking
I . - ... . , . I may eoaaist in is not easy to comprehend, but a eer-
I Waiane : with here al J there natire riliagt, of , Aiyf Deruniy hai ln preaching and .riUng
thatehei houses, sometimes a tingle but. The hills j against it, and he stigmatises it as disrespectful, de
were often calibrated, in terraces, one third, perhaps basing, and deserritrg of reprobation by ecclesiastical
Tfc it aulli rur a a ore waira comes to us irou: too
half tbe way, up their sides .
ered with eerdure to their tops, and sometimes fring
ed with trees. They rose from fire hundred to per
haps one thoasand or two tkousAnd feet. But the
most striking feature of the inland-sea, is tbe little
islands with which its bosom is dotted. I'm told
fimiii ii i " Whether the stilus i .n to the Free
masons really eonreys the animuf of the assault, we
cannot say. but the crusade is decidedly funny, and as
it involves no grave principles, we wish the " Anti
s hike-hands Society" better lock tbin their com
patriots have had lately in contest of more weight.
Wc may add that it is proposed to substitute for th
they amount to several hundreds : though many of ' odious practice of shaking bands the fid-fashioned
them are merele smail barren rocks, still they mak. i 0,,r"' bo"1 "d t'K." "luUJ'on io .J;1'in- Whea
" , tbe new custom is introduced it will be proper to
navigation somewhat dimc-ot. address a frind .m meeting, with to.del.r Je...
At nigbt we came to anehor at Shimonoseki. a city ' Ckriitm$ t to which he willerarely respond, Im W.i
indications that a dtl tide is now at band.
' and whether we shall improre it and le bome j upon agreement and Congressional action. The
on the swelling flood to fortune, or through ig
i norance and incapacity and petty jealousy al
low it to ebb. tearing us stranded " in shallows
and in miseries.' depends mainly upon us as a
people. The responsibilities which will de
volve upon the cottiiug legislative assembly
wiii b-of no ordinary imp .nance. Men whtase
highest ideal of the legislative function is li:ui-
' TTTT" " io2nl ""cd to repealing the ux on dogs or on horses,
am! a tor aa. . the paces sAwmAt be ' or whose sole ambition is to gain a little filthy
lucre or acquire some petty government office
TB Its tl:iv atrsAKrsi Is now readr for the recssptaai
of sa-nwes of nana pmainlDA w tbe AirtseotoaTv and
ots- . ut, beer nue,: up. sum are mvwret". nh
ksarrnsl-rkara Ika-t naar depoaa In the Mitseom win be
Al a.-nrsrs seal to the Boa-om wic be entered in the
aauaaaof tli-tr d w-atrs. I.r-.b-i to" : as ajaos clfts. ,.r
- sa I.. : :
-.-.. - v' wSrSaM tne atua.aie an; of
-r, nmmniwL anu an III i aawwiaim . oy a viie pivmiisuuou oi ureas si at is o .. . p-..ver,
t trraatlr. tbe rhrtaeranor of bsseObrts. -n i . :. . a . . v-
t. osr- tmn at tbe Caeaaorw OABer. In " ,
it..m itii iiamLsutlisii ni but rnen of proved integrity and of high inul-
ai the Haaaatau Mi ijovrmiaeo: ligence should be elected. The contemntaWe
: tb- ree-tpt af all sa-tAeses wui be dwlv ke-1 , . 1
prejuuitie oi cvsor w uien uas sprung up, ana
res lor tbe cession of tehtorr are by no means pre-
postcroos . and lb peiiey af aeaeptiug tbe Uritory. if
' tbe proffer is made on good terms, eaa bard-
ly be. quest to oad. The history of the United
' sttates illustrates abs-rtion in an ample de-
s; re. Loaisiana. Flarida, Texas, tb ijreat West.
' Alaska and the Pacific coast, have alt been gathered
in ander the aegis of tbe starry banner. Why not
the contiguous portion of Mexico, from tbe Rio Grande
to Cap St. Lucas? Stated in brief, tbe project shape
itself is thi. fashion : Mexico owes tbe United States
money, and ha not a dollar in its exchequer to meet
the demand. Several of its States on the Mexican
i border are of great importance to tbe United States,
i To Mexico, by reason of a feeb'.e Government, inse
curity of raiejacd iLcessant outbreak.- of the disaffected
' and lawless, tbev ar of much less value, and expen
j tire provinces besides. A settlement of interests, a
i relief to one countrr, a gain of territory to tbe other.
may be arranged by a payment -of the debt in real ea
st which ships ot this iine are accustomed to touch
and beyotid which the isles are so numerous that day
light is neee-sarv to enable vessels to steer clear of
them. Owing to tb peculiar position of tbe surround
ing islands, this city seems to lie on tbe shores
of a lake, and there is certainly one. and I think two
other places where the lev has the appearance of a
lake. The islands so over-lap each other tbat the
ship seems to he going right into the mountain, till
yon eome to a certain point, where a short turn
brings; you Sara in. to the open sea. The south side of
ibis sea, it a series of islands, bat lying in inch a j .- i
sition as to appear to be a solid mass, with but oa ex 1
eeptioB, which is a little south-west of Kobe where i
there is an opening a mile or more in widib, through
which ships cosae and go.
On leaving Shunt noseki. wa pass through tbe
straits on the shores of which stood the forts, which i
some years ago, without cause, fired on merchant
kaa bound for Kobe. or Osaka, and for which tbev I
and mutual edification .ill be the bappy
V s r st t"r eMeptsc.
V - -tt !Ti.
wi be open In tbe petCa-.
beta eeo toe beam of 9 a. at-.
H. R. Hm aoxx.
Curator Hawaiian Mnaaaaa
r t.rt-l. Prow-rile.
I-ee IT Praof of wi- of R. H. Stanley, deceased.
Before Mr. Jastsee Joad. ia tb aWnc of Mr. sVav
tses HTi t etreait. Petition of Mr. J. 0. 1-omims
far fllkatl mt th will af th above dec. deal Tb
ewart after hearing th testimony admitted the at !
fx wrohate sad ordered tetters testamentary to he
kiaawd to Mr. J. 0. Domini without bonds, and by
la terms af th wu. no inventory is neces try. Ko
fi la be p-ret te creditors for font weeks.
s Prwwf of wit! af 6 P. Kalatsa. wae d. Before
Mr. J as tare Jadd. Prtitioc of Malaehaokoa (w) far
V deee-lect. Erideeet beard m fat
and Ha saatAar continued oatU tbe sth of Jaaaarr for
father tort mi -ay.
1 f-ewaf af will af W. BnUeaason . dee d. Petitien
f s". PaRer t.rea for probata of will. So parties
aamaarid sad the eaa postponed indefinitely.
Cass ra Bsaaras tbc coansc weeat.
Jaay. (.Estate of 1. H. Thompson, dar'd. Settle
merit af aeeoaats Bafoe Mr. Just -re Harris.
- K-vate of H. B. Saweer. dee d. Settlement of
accounts. Brfar Mr. Jasbe Harris.
T Estate of aaiaai p.. dee'd . Fetitwc for latter
af llmkaiatlll a. Before Mr. Jastie Jadd.
:. Backraptcy of F. G. Padakea. Before Mr.
r Re Pad nr. Motion to stay xcatu. Re
store Mr. Jastie Jadd.
f Prwaf af arB of S. P. Kalaaa. Before Mr.
11. Cstal of Kapa. dee'd. Petition for letters af
Before Mr. Jast.ee Jcdd
been aupneiited durintr tlie past few years by
tbe indiscreet efforts of individuals of various
nationalities, sbcnild be sunk, and nominations
be made, not with any reference to the shade
of the complexion, but on the basis of charac
ter and capacity alone. Tbe country nas pre
served its independence in the past only by
retaining in its councils tie aaoat cutupessij
nam so befoumd: aad it will be a most uiibappy
day for that itrdependeace when a contrary
policy is initiated.'
I" continuation of the abore subject, we re
fer to the letter of " A Voter," on the neces
sity of united effort to secure the election ot
two suitable foretpi representatives from this
city. One fact which he refers to ought to
ar use voters to do something, the fact that
there is every probability (if none but natives
are elected) that there will not be a suitable
person in the assembly to preside over the
body. If this should eome to pass, it will
show tbe necessity for some radical change in
our present representative system and the
most effectire way will be to make the office
an honorarr one. as that of nobles now is.
, tale. Acting on tbe belie! that the Inited fates were aemonsnea oy angiisn, rrencn and L. S. man
Government will submit a treaty for ratification of-war ; and Japaa was compelled to pay dearly for
at tee next session of tongreas, transferring a.i tbat
portion of Mexico Iving da west and north -. f tbe
rtiom ursn, Tavatr.
rafts, of Kc-JprocilT.
It may perhaps appear to be a superfluous
task to enumerate the advantages which will
accrue in (xitAfsesquence of the treaty of reci
procity between this country and the Tnited
Rio Grande del Xorte, and tbat there is a scheme on
i foot to carry this projeet into effect, a number of
prominent mining capitalist, land-grabbers, and
; other speculator ar now industriously occupied ia
. exploring tbe country which it is expected will b
' ceded, and at a cheap rates arc buying up tracts suit-
able for agriculture or grating, and securing mines
, that are known to be rich, but arc undeveloped or
- worked with little enterprise. Other interests
are at work, and chiefly railroad interests. It is eap-
1 posed tbat Tom Scott has his eye on this northern
. portion of Mexico, and intends to make it a feeder to
I kit approach to the Pacific coast. Th Texas and
I Pacific Railroad Companr employed agents within
: the last two years to travel through Sonora, Sinaloa,
j and Chihuahua, and report on tbe resource-, tbe oc-
eupations of tbe inhabitants, and the prospects of
trade : and the same company, or possibly Tom Scott
' as an individual speculator, has given attention to a
t harbor of magnificent availability, recently survey
ed ..ended and charted, ea the Gulf of California,
near Point MedajM. In advantage of situation for
commerce and at a point for railroad engineering
. through tb best country of th region, this harbor
it said to disc -net Guajmaj, farther ap tb Galf,
1 aad is within a few miles of the proposed border line.
which will terminate on the eastern shore, near the
mruth of the serJI river.
Tb Ccsvmiation it now ready to report, and the
! shape which tbat report will take will be a proposi
, tion to giv Mexico a grant of tlT.OOv.OoP, and
Mexico, in lieu of demands amounting t $,,,
' to give the United States all that territory lying north
of tb twenty-aixtn parallel of latitude, from tbe
I mourn af tbe Rio Grande to tbe eastern shore a? tbe
- Gulf i f California, and also tbe whole of Lower Cafi
' foraia. This line of severance eedes to tbc United
Mates the whole of Saaora aad Chihuahua, tb
; northern portions of Sinaloa aad Durang -. tbe greater
part of Cohahshia, aad small portion? of Soevs Leo
' and Tamauopa. From sources of information which
this insult to th western nations. This offence beiig
committed under the old rystem doubtless hastened
the revolution, by which the Christian religion was
admitted into Japan. A few hours from this place,
brought u through this labyrinth of islands to tbe
ocean- From thence our course was uearty south,
for eighteen tours, bearing on our left hand the
large island ia the bosom of which lie Nagasaki,
aad on our right many little and a few large islands,
all of which seem to be uninhabited, most of them
naked rocks. Th most striking arc three small cone
shaped ones, equal in six and form, called tb fil
ters ; and each having at iu base, a rcry Utile one,
of tbe same shape. They are all destitute of trees
Nagasaki is at the head of a bay, perhaps fire or
six miles from tb occaa. Its eaief importaae sems
to be as -a station for coaling and repairing ships.
Sleameri to and from Shanghai, usually tonch here.
Tbat port is distant only 43 bonrt by steam. Urn
told there is near by, a coal mine, aad that coal can
be bought here At $4 60 per ton. And about a mils
distant across tbe bay, there it an iron foundry where
steam engines can bethoronghly repaired. We found
here eight or more steamers, aad some twenty sailing
vessels, of various nations. It is sail both Knglaod
and tb United States usually have a ship of war
here. Other nations often bare. Tbe city is said to
contain thirty or forty thousand inhabitants. Iu siu
is like that ot San Francisco ; a narrow strip of level
land, and steep hi'tl'sides. Most of the streets are
narrow, crooked, ill pared and filthy; aud the build
ings ar jammed together without lasts or order.
The contrast between this and Kobe it remarkable.
The inbabitanU alto, some lest civilized than tbe
Kobeitc. Osaka and iu inhabitants alto, appear
quite in advance of Nagasaki. Still It it a city of
not a little historic interest. About a mile distant.
Has .accumulated to neb an extent per tb su-amer
( it? of San Francisco P
Tbat It neets
Tliis Elegt Stock
COXSIMTS ol tht- FOLMIWIW ELEtiAVKT
styelst Articles, t
Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Trunkt,
Ladies' Kiretcd Bridle Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Elegant Leather Trunk i,
Ladies' Canvaf-eovered Trunks,
Ladies' State Room Trunks,
Oirlt' Toy or Doll Trunk,
In It real variety and In ail colors.
aat'f Riveted Sole Leather Trankt,
Ucnt't Riveted Bridle Leather Trunkt,
Gent's Leather Trunkt,
Gent 'i Riveted Sol Leather Valiiet,
Gaol's Bound Edge Valises,
Gent's Black and Colored Leather Valise.
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Boston Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valisaf,
Ladies & Children's Manila School Bags
a beaittif n use er
13 tolls Trunks !
in iu bay, is a little nr. inhabited island, called Pap- ! -.., aTO , Da
penbarg. Iu tides ar very steep, at one point i SUA"1' Silt. KB.
nearly perpendieatar. vvhea this government rose
against the JasniU, nearly 390 years ago, it is said,
many of their disciples were thrown, or compelled to
States, but there are individuals who. actuated i r considered good, .e learn that the treaty bated on leap foam thi to sadden death. Aad from this region
I ka ........ ' t. . , t. AMSSaA Vn i.i w n r rtf tVia A. aaaalt al rf ttia.a aarlv r ... T. .... r
' tka .rttala. of aaaa-aa K.I Kaa AaaftaA Vn alaS
of personal interest, or led astray action ha been taken in Mexico with regard to
it , but no doubt it en tertained that it will be accented.
It it stated to be tbe intention to introduce the
to hare tbe treaty
The Chr-jinde gives slightly ranging details
Editob Gaxrrn-: Moat people lore to bear
street aitagung. aud oar derotioa is very meet assist -t
- . --.t; a Lea, r.'y sor.; .t by one BBS ttf
caagM la spirit of It- It is like an inspiration.
Bat tat order taj that rfletrt, both tbe sonf ami tbe
aBBavtag aaaat be In eood taste. Is olden time,
every part oi Soiocaoc't teanpie, and liuj it can of
tbe hurt priest' robe, eon Id be spiritualized, and
pet-Lap both preacber sad bearers were edified
.hasrbv. Bet time have chansrtd. The fanciful
i je Dot satis, v tbe aar and ant. re correct taste of ' pended in tbe business, but the percentage of Coal award was made. President Lexdo'a Qover
tB. BllnUBl 4T. Tc rcpreaeotttc tUvior as coaioe r a v 7 , , 1 fttand itself unable to aaaet this huge demand
twt bbm world in a gatk-r, -its tan. lor aad profits 00 these lnvestTuenU has not been sal- i oa,-.. Tb result .as that nrotiatiuj m
rr1 "c " "nt ficient to furnish a church moose with his mo
barc pieasee tbe people of five band red Tear aso ;
b.t not u c o: tac ;r r: day It tttati hate beet di-xr. M '.ru-n- BnaBtVaBM ;.:a:.t-rs bsrn
sh-aS? iaii'tiA-C Smm?Smy' lost fortunes, and nearly every plantation in
" lb itatfh Bsdaaaaanrbt tbe aaetxtr." this Kingdom has changed hands several times:
ar other part of tbe hymn tbat will not u., f.- va Wn ,W wHo hsvebem
lortsear IS BBtse tacts at pre-
. . a - ... - " I , , , . ... . - rr-T
(bbubsbc to renre wim pietnonc purses, tne
by ignorance, do not hesitate to assert that " it
is a put up joo, in me interest ot ttic sugar- pwrition at the opening of Cona-rcs. tb Presides
planters of the Sandwich Island." The idea briscinr it for.ard in his ""asre- and withia
that ttnr .nt-.r.nUmpr. alra -illJa tJiA V""' aaouius. at saw sw-w-a
r ratined and biodisg.
ly the treaty is almost too absurd to excite a
smile of contempt
For about forty years the cultivation and
manufacture of sugar has been carried on here
; and immense sums of mooev have been ex
eat. Editor of hymn hooks and editors of newspa
per ban a duty to fsutuiau IB rarard to tat, as
well a morals. &acl arm as temitvd us of Horace t
nhaaatioB ia bis "An Poetics."
TV va-iaa .
weeat. aad .avail aan
t or Vatat taavmc Iibia. The ac-
t tasat taPrilee f B-ai-aaatr. imlaiked
a taw fsorasas, and Is bound foe Ceylon, teems to
ill SB. BBI I II Ii I I ' tathi afiil tawt tbe di
t aBBBB .ett af BB t-jk t las . kal fr-
by Uw tripdaw af tbe native prince. It is
that tb oaly oa f xbcm with wbpaa b haw
sa lawBraTbii was tbc Gaikwar af Ba-
rodav-ta ralarwBSBa namillj tb PeiacBaU ia a
raTber g,y as. oet of whit the Indian Government
d aast i.iit with tbe beat a.oaaabae rreaiit- Tb
i id ali nBagita. Bibtah f i am . ii'
fraaa Ibtt lav taM haunt U a asat aWsaw a twwtk amd
a. SB aat ar baltnesa tear as year.
fnflaBi sa .-a aa iiannwint laarat tbc
ilanlM. iadji ''jj- "mhtflI Ua
mofsey inn iiIibisi! has benefitted the country
at large by giving employment t thonsands of
laboren, and to hundreds of aucchanics. arti
san, overseers, etc., but tbe planters have, as
a rule, received little more than a bare liv
ing. We certainly hope and believe that this
hard-worked class wiil receive their share of
the l6ts of the treaty, for no class of men
lies done or is doing more for the material ad -vancement
of the conn try, but every person
working on a angar plantation, as well as those
dependent on tbe actual workers for support,
will participate in these benefits. Employees
will not only receive higher wages bat they
will be provided with better food, and store
JThere are now employed on the sngar-plan-
as follows t
The claims commission has ended its labors, and
tbc result is tbe award of between $40,W,0aad tS.
MO.Mt, In tbc T. S. Government. Th Mexican
Treasury is in a depleted condition, and wbea tbe
vera men t
affotiatt-ci ere en
ured into between tb two sovereign po.trt for aa
amicable adjust ment of this little (aaacial obligatioa.
Toese ncgotiAtiont bare been pending for tome
time past, aad have now resulted in a treaty between
! tbe two Governments, the substantial points of which
are now gives to tb public for tb first time,
i Tbe I'nited States of America, rep reseated by
I President Grant, agree to aaeam tb financial re
j spoasibiLities of Mexico to America eitixeni. aad pay
all tbc awards ia full, la consideration of this obli
' (alien of the I'nited Stats the Republic of Mexico,
' represented by Pressdaat Den Scbaatiaa Let-do da
: Tejeda, eoreaaaia aad agree to cede to tbc United
Stat Sonata, which ioelud tbe magnificent
. seaport of Guar am as, the whole But of Chihuahua,
j and parti af th State of eSnaalo. Darango and
1 Coahnila Tbe terms af this treat v aaveaassed tie k-
1 wards aad forwards between Washingtoa and tbe City
many of tbe descendants of the early professors of
religion, were fire years sine, banished to different
partt of tbe empire, where many died, and from
whence, tb turrirori, were recently permitted to return.
Nagasaki it also noteworthy from its promixity to I
Deri ma, the little settlement, in which, for several
er. tones tbe Ditch were allowed to live and traffic I
with the Japanese, in return it is said, I don't vouch j
j for th truth; for annually trampling on tbc cross. 1
; If it be true, I'm glad to learn that there it aa ax-
cute for them, in th state of tb limes, ia which it I
was commenced. It it said at that period, the feel- J
ing prevailed in Europe that tb cross wa not tbe
emblem of true religion, but merely of Popery, aad
hence that it was justly trampled on. Desima though
ceiled an island, it really but two bioeti or aagaaasi
' separated from tb other parts of tbe city, by three
Barrow watercourses (artificial I think) the fosrth
: aid it the water front oa th bay.
An amusing story it told of two Dutch sailors, wbo,
j having ventured beyond their limits, .ere takes ap
by tbe Japaa, aad charged with being Christiana,
I which they flatly denial, and said they war aot
Christians, bat only Dutchmen.
It it said the Japanese have eoae to ths eonelu
i tion, that in the creed of mott foreigners, tht chief ar
: tide it, Man's chief end is to make money. I am
J very sorry they hare such solid ground for this con
1 elusion. At Nagasaki, besides tb Roman Catholics,
j three evangelical societies are represented ; Episeopa
i liaat, Methodists, aad tb Dutch Reformed. I ba
: came acquainted with the Reformed oaly. Their
I miiajoBiraM arc Messrs Wolfe and Stoat. The latter
. ALSO .
JUST TO HAND !
A Beautiful Lin of
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
Including tbe celebrated
OAK SOLE GAITERS,
I.!;, tt,;, Va iv ttiV,o,.al i ir aea tb Mexieaa aaaart, aad Raar Admiral Hod
Mavioiia vi tut. uttuiM , iaa a, nom, at. o aasv- mmt , . , -
j, gars bat gas to Waahtagtca to receive personal in-
1 abort-rs, ret nuradllki, with their families at .trucUons in the matter.
has been here for seven or eight yeaxl. Hit society
Kat a eonvenient eharjal. iarww ewonvh fn i n .atlis mw
all tb rSf.i.r.i of dipfcem-ir- have been ! t1ro nsadred ar more, and hat, i aa told, ordioa-
ri.j vbc u.iiui e-i ut uw suuuitu auu uity. a. via
request, aad with him for interpreter, I gave, to a
very attentive an Jieoce, a brief aammary of mission
ary labor , Akd their retults at tbc Hawaiian Islands.
Mr. Stoat wa for two or three yean employed aa a
teacher by tbe Government, aad bit wages, beyond
the suppport of hi family, wa haadod over to tbc
society which be series. He, Mr. Wolfe, aad Mr.
Daridton, Lb Methodist missionary, ar located on
dat tb oaly beautiful spot which I saw ia or near
tbc city. It is said there are other parts of tb. tob
wrb equally beautiful. It is oa a billrtdt, as, I
think, tbe eastern suburb of tbc city, and their courts
are adorned with fine tbrabaerry, aad torn targe
trees, the sago -palm as weir; others. With watbsrttd
interest ia Hawaiian afain, sad aloha for all my
friends there, I rcasaia, aan truly, r. j. a.
cxbAusted in their prepAration, and they have finally
! baa. .n.ptid try both Prestaent Grant aad PrcxidaBt
j Lerdo. aad they will toon be prcsea ted to the Senates of
i the two eowntriet for ratification. Tb treaty will be
j sent to th United State Senate upon iu reatsem
J bliag early ia December, with a recommendation from
P real dan t Great that it be ratified at oaee. Already
tbe United State it making preparaliotu to take
I poaawawao. af thi aewir anqnirew property. It will
' be remamnertd that two weeks ago Raar Admiral
' Eodgava, eetsavaadittg tb swaadtwa of the Pacific,
was ordered to Washington, and left Saa Franeiaeo
oa nana, mystarkoas aadawiaa. That mission it now
Tbe Pacific sqaadron is cow concent rat-
Sow bo generally used tn tbe t oiled 8tatea.
Perfectly Water Proof,
Hat T.. is
A Fl'IX UIE OF MEW STYLE OF
J" ID XV -E3
Ol all Kinds autd laateat Dewisms.
Watches in Gold and Silver,
Locketi, Locket snd Neck Chains,
Chatalaiss, Gent't belt Chain and Guardt,
Gold Rings, Diamond Ringf ,
Silver Furkt and Spoons,
SitewT Cake A Fish Knives,
Silver Butter Knives,
Barry S peons.
Salt Spoons, ,
Sugar Shells, Ac.
Ladies job an Respff (folly Invited t
EXAJHTME THESE MICE GOODS
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
'71te- M. MclNERNY.
Columbia River Salmon !
Jl-ST RE4-EIVED PUB J. A. F 4I.KIABI B,
In barrels aad half barrets. Por tate by
Six C BREWER A CO.
ynr Prektbt ao.l
apply to ytS'i
or any f.trlher InlorwaatawB,
II. II It IC SKI-.. Jk It... AC-l.la.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
Australia and New Zealand Line
TUE SPLEHHID STEAMSHIP
XVili. Leavo Honolulu,
i ,,tvtn i , ,
Kandavu. Fiji, and Sydney, N.S.W.
Connectlnc at Kandavo with Oimnany'a atnuuer for
At'CKLANll, N. Z.. IMICT ClLALALhlcst, and lulermrdlau
On or about the 1 2th Jan., 1876.
For Frrlsthl aad Paaaat. aud mrtht-rlafnmiatlon. applr
a iaa; H. IIACKKELH 0IX, teenta.
RIILLIX VI AMrt.lt-
V.'Pl have resular dispatch for the above named Porta,
no and after the Ith of November neat, until ftirtlier notice
Frrlt-ht and laawsre taxen al the latwrat Rate..
1R HOLLKS to.. Aai-nta.
tire, at ( hamneta. in the r.-uri lius-. at Maw ask la. ks awd
uie mma mh m atwawntarf aw Ike !
hrartua aald pailtion an.1 -r.au-1 v ami ukal sa 1
'" tarn a,..! tharr apfasu aaa - - - f
aity uiey nsts, war ine I
may Hite.1 titaisti a k wka ar
pntpertr. Antl that litis I
wslwd ks tb ss
for three ancvi vaiva waeka pravlowa W I
apiaMntml ntr wtt.1 ttnulnc.
Hated al Honolulu, 11. 1. Ilh lasrrniS-r. t ;
A. lasM I.Ji i...
AlHwt: JawHr.rfuWWW.nn ..aw
Jo. R n.aMAats Pessaty n.rk. ri a)
II IN I-Us51ifv-on Use T'n'kta war
aawlnat s IlKltst.ll-K n. r.V DKK K?l la
lure aaBkBBN Junnrw iBBB nrrterof
thxi ut all. .-- naukrwpvy.
rrd rtollava. aaxt pravaac I kal
I. saw tWltll.ll n i ll I. ka ha ,
lock and neal oa Ihe pesltkwt of Ft P.
i saaaf i.
Now l here fore. It ks ant) I bai It a rlart .rf rRII'T.
tn. 7tk ttav of JAM AMY. A U. IT. al ar
tn II Qliulttlo, ba Ik Uaw. ao.1 paw St MWkt
-nunn an.i ,1.,-i.iin. uw aatttl at ssaM nadBntaa
raaBBBBTl ttanarupU-r. if .
ta elvan hv puhlk
weraa In the Haw
copy nati at an.i or -
he aerved en th atod Fmlanea O. PaaMaw mr k kw HUB
In Hits Klnctlom.
Wltneiw my tiarat an.1 la. anal of aaM I iwsrt a I aaht Bw
nolnlu, into tsib Jay ct ttoweaasaar. tar.
I ! of u- 1 A. IKlHt l. It tl
( pram I ourt ) Ja
a ! THK NtTTI.K or Tilt l-VtlHl
1 lll.li.V St K A II r. Mil
w. A., and rormrily of
I brrby notify all the netlof ths of IklUk. i
antl all raratn lnrratart tn Ui M ml tkwtt mm W
tsih Novmbr. 17, 1 a aa apawaaks. nju.i aaVMajaasn.
lor of tbe aaltl eaute, by law ..pita i .awn af at. Maw a-
Uan lalanUi, MlUiwl to Pruoal. aad skaly -nl-il tout,
twit-h astmlttl.trator. JUtoaaa apprwewsl katkl aad naksaaj
r c JUNE. Ja
Honolulu, Hawaiian lalantla. .4th N,v
lit viarri E or whit or atx
BLP la-tia.1 nut of th rt.ta.-v t tin. II
STEAMER B& IMM
M VK HAM', till HABTEB.
January II. . , Kona
January 17 11 Ho
I, ww,,, tar fMBSa. wi.M
tn aiaall rll.aa laV aal. mm
I January. II. ItTS, A Iba
oa. AU Ik. rhtht. IIU. an.1 lat.nat mt
s. wka. at Lav.
Sl.ill. I km
Mld JuJamaat latra aad eoala .a
r..nuui-fti!.. 0 pr.taaaaiy nto.1 I.
W. C. rsBSaf. XarJkal
Hoaulula, like, tl, IJTa. an tt
January JI. . .
Ft-brotu-y 14 .
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
'ircult of Kauai
. . Kona
Clrenlt of Hawaii
asr When there are no cattle to laud al Mishit. Bay,
an effort will he made to rvnch Ilonolnlu Saturday r. at.
04T On Down Trips the ltaror will not Ivave Kaalualn
until I A. M . or later: Afaltena until am. or later: and
afaaiara Bay until am. M later, without due notice of
any chance betas; given.
Rrtlrst f Pnstnce will be
To or from Kaunakakal, .'folohai .S3.O0
Tottrfrotn laviiAina. Maiil
To or from Maahsea. Uanf . 7
To or from Mak ana. Haul.. .. B
To or frttm Mabukona, Hawaii
To or from Kawathae, Hawaii
' Ttiorfn.ni Kallua. Han; 11 .
To or from Kaawaioa. Mnwul
I To or from HUo, Hawaii.
I To or from Kan Coast. Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii, Roond Iriji .............. .
To or from any l'ort on Kaoai
Circuit ut Kau.il. Hound Trip IS. St.
rjeck paaaasr for naUvea only.- B.BB
as- IT. t'rfdit fbr PswMnse nonrj.
Tlebeta sat able oHJee .ttly.
No berth will be conaldtsrefl aa taken until paid ftr. Not
rcspon.ibl for unmarked jassace or any Freltjkt or Par
cel! unless receipted for.
Freight Money Dae an Damand.
Saw" An effort will be inaow to have the Htnosr swwek
Honolulu on the evening of the same day ah leave Maut
KAMI EL (). WILDER, A(rnt.
OnVe with Wilder tj Oo.. corner of Fort Queen wiru
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
MrrrhaniliM raceired Slorafe Free and
uoerai caan auvaucea made on snipateoiaay tins nae.
Ml-ly C. BBBW1B d CO.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET UNE!
Jj C. Brewer at Co. Agents. Jfi
akvSmf Favoratls arranevniontt caa alaayi ba aBwaBka
mad. for itorafe aad bipa.nl of Oil, Boat, Wool, II id, an I
other llarchandiac to Ne. tsetttbrd. Boston, New Turk aal
other Kaatcrn Port. Jaav" Cash Advance made.
Ml-ly C. BE K WBB S CO.
THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC
Annnal for 1870
Will be issued in. time for the Deeembti
Steamers, or possibly earlier aud
will exceed its predecessor in amount
of valuable information on
matters relating to the
SB- FOB HOME OR FOBEHsV BEAD EBB. -BB
Price 50cts. per Copy !
npiIE VEET FATOB.lt BEE BEI'EPTIO.W
M which En BaawBBwBB aoel wlia aa luflrtt appear
ance, and Use compieusd airawnrerneata fur Its fteneral clr
colatwn tb-ooarhont Use PkHBe and Eaatara Mate, th
Oilu.li and tats table aa iiiakttll a ftatiabla aSltaltakJi
matiiuai, fur wkicb a l.miu-1 space wttl be devoted.
Early appfieattont for apace and oederffor cop asBti
led. isr.Jtrs from abr toJ muat Isatiudnuauaerl0eia., atvl
can be remitted in I lamp. Address
THOU. a. THRClf. pubitohar.
.SIO-lio t:m ao.J Boathiln, HX
Notice of Dissolution of Partnersliip.
THE rvrMiiMiir ninf urn kxmt
Isat. under inednn. mmm r Illll tiHI' it
WOKTH. ttttltta bnaliiiai at Kawskaw. mt fit ill,
and aa (raalara al Kaksa. to keiwky awaliit ty aawawwl
W. F. Allen wBl navanwabva lo. h.iVaM arm. mm4
to nrl.y alun aatUinrla a collaat all wan ... tkw aw
flrm. w. F 1111. wUl iweij mm eaa kwakkaa aa Uaa aaj
sunil for hto own at- nut.
Kawaiha. Hawaii. I toe. M, ttTS. as tas
THE I 111. Its 11. ".Ill
PUINTKH by tb. How. C
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kawaawks awtaa o- tn. -at.-, anas afci
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hereby r-.i .-.! all
mm. without delay, an. I all
tn t.. print th
an m.,otli. or ikey.wUl 1 fcti.r uarraal
J. M a U514.11.
Admlnliwratora of th.tt of lb bll Baa III wt
Waaawa. Kwa. Dee. 7, lata apt
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at atl.wisrril tvih nr th. -.tar ..fth tot. ti ll
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ilutttilulu lto.hu. BBaBBBB brrttv
havtita rUnu aurainat wthl ratal In
all prrwtn.. r.wlna tin- ratal in pay the
lay. rwwws wit tWWUM
rtsiuMtl t.t glv noSAt a of in mtamr.
joii.f wiiirru. i 1 1 hi i
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w, a. v. mrmm inr u
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U-staa-. warr Iwoal lu Ib-to by
t irnit Jndste ;t th- Jnd JiaHrtal Pkarrirt. H I lit I
an. I having q,nalideil ikamarlvr. by rtvtn. lb. rtpir
satatkaaa lb said lakslt lo krtaawl Ik
cased, to Kla 5lta,,lliia. ata mt sa aaa i
ttt.it ..f Ibis i... ta ... an.1 all ,
ratal ar. brby rsq.i tksil In waaa. I
tneraor to 1. aatattitua ajt.rfal t
Kit WAHAOUat A.
taw aw n.vi
Administrator's Notice to
HAW1JK. keew BpfktalBlsMl ad
with Uw WUI aasraad ml tb wtnas
EC a A KT. tat lit Haa I
formarly of Uoanlalu. I
mtnlatralor dt swats mw ttflb I
ART. tlacraartt. by tbe tkspreaa lain of I
Island., .tuna In l-ruoaa. ; 1 I
Just Received at Wtotaiiey's '
Give me KLwo-s. a ballad.
Tb IJtovy of l -bra, a ballad.
Waittna: for the Bain, a nooc
The Owl. a aetsotaaelie.
Ky lb llrrer, a ballad.
Love ma Daiwnar, Lore Wat, a aataf.
La Htmpada a inaxurka.
My Ivv. A ti t it . a sonar.
Tbe Break of Da, lnatmmntal.
Maxarfca MXtalitaar. Inatrasnental.
Kaviartte of Fortatse, polka
Pratae ye the lord, a Thaakasrlvlntr Antbem.
tstatwu ktater. ftaay liaaiiinl
ante Michel Galop.
tmm Farftirnrr.w, a
The Wsatrtrtsj Cap.
(illrfloa- Down tb I
The Easle, a cnienntal aoar.
Jeaua, Ixiver jif my nl.
Hem, of sjcotdah Son.
For staia at 47 1 H) ft. W. WHITSBYtl.
Fine Manila Cigars!
A SEW IXVOICE OF VEBT Sl'FEBIOR
quailly. pol up In boiist of 3SO eaefc. Just racadvWd
dkreet from If anlla
I'.jr a i.y
IK) LLCS A CO.
duly autbrntarated, and wttk
ratal. Inetadln. twefc
fan upon raws natal, tn aa.
Alt.. In Honolulu, withia Wa
Honolulu, II. I., latk
awataof i HHIwn. a K
... i ort mt mm II
t-t.r.r aotafy mil jisaatiiaf
stk Has yrtjis "si. kit, ar mmr
na a. may k. aiia.kl ksr aawa
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B JO.WBw. Ja
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St Prrmtowa, No It .1
zijt r.wart.r.iwo awn
aawaavrt vaaaaw, awwaaaasaj paw-
lora. dliinn nam. Ist-iroom. .lyasaa roowt i kAwa. mmm
ctt.ib. cloaata oo Ural tttaar, --katnaw4 akatatt BaaB
room, on aerood r. ailcl-r. a-al pantry I II I I I. mmm
wlta ra.ni.nl brnawlh. -toatn a. ad ill t si aWtlkW.
uotlt. auablr. ttl ll II III, at , la OSVat. AMt
ALSO tbe rottac- and
-aitroao, taatltraucn, writs, rawa.
w twvtawa mmm,
H. Tvaoiway. at (BB)
.i ov raw .. mm slwa
of law lata p.
to osT-rrd To Let I
It sotaWMa of a lana. i
acsswt, aaowt flv. maawaaw
... fa,i, BB
www owa Hwaw, wvtss aaws ya. ata. Hawk ttwwa, kstsava.
oa Use aiaio ttsewt, akoat 0 v. antAwsaa wtatk Swsas tb. pawl
tuiT id lj tan " a att"' an. Iiltatos tsstrv
C.r InvaaVK Ift. trowiau taf t.kwlwa. itsaHi I wtab SB av
vw.tr.tinc bathinw to an.-in. ha nak si tat
r m furui-r paru-uian. in-jum af
H. at- Hrrs rr
THE IIOIME LATELT
by Br, IV at. aster.
Walk aod twwahawal saa, na
ttlatrly. Apply at Us.
For Sale or For Leas-s-
Jwft A HAXDAWIXE CwTTAliA f " 1 wrw.
P-B ly located, with cardan, at. lllninBl. Bans.
pantry, bathroom. aerrstuB
bathroom. a.rvaaai awaat.
41 tf utuotTiK.iKiaiui.au
CT-PIKIi by tbe
with all tbe ia.ina.inun. af leaf
HO I BB I. ItVEXT Bwr-
Desirable House i.ots for I
for sal at rm
afTBIBKB wr laBTB
wale at nawosaa nifeaav F
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a a ixjajt.
Notice to Trespassers.
AM. PERSO-I. ABE ITEBEBT BdrtTFlED
ami lo trwapaai a Jbe Sckool Land of WAHItwi
iltotrlrt of Wataiaa, Caftan, by aHabaf esSb mt aay sba
antaawai run oa th. saw, ar wy cwtabag www MBBas
wUst mtu. or howeto. o. i nut ' W. C AQnaaaV
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