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ALL THAT IS nrqilRVP TO COXTCltrE AJaTY OJfE OP
the fmi menu of tht buplcnirat Is for tbm to it opcimlt.
nnutp th :'. as (Mm In the rot ;
drive it Bhfcrplr Into the errand.
:: tu t:! ir.,- -arth rnxW't tn the
Jv cvf tnklr-c In th- tame
r?Und-r: rmlw it oct arwl amp It on ttr cruur o klrrbw. bostluig U
uiHUr u we una. jUu tn mriri win rail out. TKi THUi '
We also Offer For Sale,
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Chnpoo Mowing Marlilne. i.ar?tti Ii. . I Imi t-r Hoea, Grab H. ..
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ftafeoK Qnt k'ntrva. Ox Km, Ox Toava. ox rtwlaa. Hcythn r tfca. Grind
ft ll and nitam. Ha? mem, Kafir Feed t uttrrv Wh,ri and tassU
Barruwm, and other
M vr on hand a Splendid Assortment of
Builders Hardware t lechatiics' Tools
And are ronstaaL'T masting addittoc thereto. We make pecialtics of
House Furnishing and Ornamental Goods,
Lamps, Lanterns, Chandeliers, and Oils.
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Seines and Twines, Fish Hooks and Lines
Agents for the Avcrill fhemieal Paint fo.
THIS PA I XT IS MIXED READY FOR USE,
AH, ran W had la . i, I wk! W ration container. A lair ;uanritv i hrlnr o! ! la th Vnli-rl Ktsts. and It Is
.saVI n t aipe-rtor i amy M.lter .Tat last traee1. w. havr in Murk at pr. m sanl Che purr Wblte. hnt ran
Vltm- an qiiantttr. of UUnr-oor dllTww't shades and color, which ran he selecK-d fruin a flSLuple nsrd at oar ufficeb
la ttetr dftrs from tn tame are receJvr the order.
are its Communication trith 3fat mfart terers tmd Agents of all kinds of
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Ollli in oar line DM otwerneUe In this Market, wr 1
c; par uf Ltor I' rated SUM. uo tan most Uueral Unas.
in mpour ki uRiii.i:
Lnciam,'. (jermaay. or
DILLINGHAM & Co.,
! unit 97 Klnir Mr. i t.
WAN OKItilWLLY PRl
esalaent pbysMau fur a case of J
not, ac-J about 4.
,.?.. :;., rl :-" Ml Hi Ml Wen
autartt of atiueeai droear srhtch tn a few davit IhxaaarSfevd
aua ttfe. The ordiaarr raauedles bad all proved loeflkm
Chsoa, and ondVr their os the patient was laat filing Into
an alarm Lnc state. The dropsy was general and as tenalee,
sa awfUed Ui.aa enor.naa shu and the water lumwari iig j
rapMJ W Ha was ratrel auable to lie down In bed. ami
sras (Weed to psaoaii: nlcbt and day in a sit tins posture,
faat state of ttanr rvotii.ted until by the adrlre of thr
tradssl to. the present remedy vast tried, in
I of its p-n:iar naturr It was aaasSSSSSSf U pre- ,
faaee tt with rrrat rare, and In order to uxsure this It wau
aasasasd to the family of Mr. Hunt to procure and rum '
lt ......... I
aioi'wt from aat
1 iu. pro vena -til h-ani
The krdn. ys w-r- imm-d lately 1 a-id '
f sotid to artAoa : the swell Ins of thr lec rapl'y suU-ided. '
were freed and reasaed their h.-althy mini
action : the fieah of limbs resumed its eaaddiy.
rentaialos. and be was rapsdlr eoaraueacii
rtunairly. prompted by this rapiJ Improvement. '
he save up the remedy t..r a short time.
It sras unfortunate for the curative proce-a was ar-
. :a- kidneys ftacced Li their a-U n asin tw-oru- r
the water locraaaed with frtshtfnl rapidity
n acaln found himself In a very alarmins state. I
' to. aau or its perse- t
the .:i-m-u.. l- . aat MM aWkdsMS. M
L aiit! t took all I
the vtrtoe or the Remedy, cumbiued with care and time,
to etadSoate the effect of tlic disease. Hut thrvuch a per-
of It a permanent cure was eftVeted. and be
I lw aafbaj out-of-door oupation. within a short
tam. a we!! man
TbV sras the manner In wbJrh the Remed
taaa aartre. and autre then for a period of t
year the medsdne has bt n prepared after
I fc-rmula by Mr Hur:t. an! ua-'1 rT i
I hi tBsar pritate practice, for this au
Tin: bi:ai timl
H lb fe'camoUUHt to sach an ext.at per the Strainer
44 fu.- ..r C.4.. r r-
lit' VI illl I lilllllMU ,
That it needs
rot! At (Ia)
br not P
ar first ptarnt
with and without
It ha hem el: and tarorably know
atooed that amr by 1 clan . both
aW atrm or payvmc and ha. bet-n tl
rruoa a llacerMr and frtirbtfuj dneaae. m
Kjaj.r of our moat eatiruaNo and wcli-tnoan ciu&ena.
TV ,nlj known Remedy for Rrijrht's Disease, and has
Caved erery oaae of Iropsy In arhtrh tt has bo. n
aliil : Irritation of the Sect of the Bladder lnSamatn
to- KMoeya t loerarion of the Kidneys and Waillln
Ktnrturr juid for Knfeebled and IVIktU
of both aexes. af.rod-d with the fol-
USS Of IV'WeT. Loss of Jlt-
taaVwttTMBrrathlDlt. WeaJc Ntrver. Watf fulness.
eashlhl artd Iwacalna Nenastioa tn the Bark or tir-
Fsaaaaac of the Body, hjufuou. on the Face. Fallld Conn
trasare. I aaMlaile of the system etc.
Has oeeo before the plbUe for more than twenty years.
SMl assa been the mean of savins from ilnar- ring- and
nisbtfsl Sssaaae and unumely death hundreds of our most
Tlii KloSjint Js!to'k
Cir oi the loi i.iivtix. rr.f.tiiM
LaJie' RireteJ S-.Ie Leather Trunin,
Ladies' KireteJ Bridle Leather Trunks,
Ladies' C!e;ant Leather Trunks,
Ladies' Canras-corered Trunks,
Ladies' State Room Trunks,
G!rls' Toy or Doll Trunks,
In great variety and In ail colors.
Gent's Riveted Sole Leather Trunks.
Gent's Kireted Bridle Leather Trunks,
tlent' Leather Trunks,
Uent's Rireted Sole Leather Valisas,
Gent's Bound Edge Valises.
Gent's Blafk and Colored Leather Valisel.
Gent's Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Boston Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valises,
AX IXDKPKXDKST J0URXA1,,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
lrfiiif Court r Ike Hawailu
lalantl..-. April Trrat I.J6.
BOARD OF EDCCATIOX v. WILLIAM
OrtxioK T Haunts, i.
On the 5th day o( Nucnntber. J873. Mr. Wil
liam li. tailey ,i.t h? i lo thu Cotntt'Ustoner uf
lloaodariHa J..: tlia i.lanJ f Maoi. fir deifrmina
Hoo of the uutirjilaries of the luml called "Mutae
lia."ilaated in KtU, district pt Makasrao, island
of Maui, aud it itiwnl of Education. owning the
suljjiuin land ff Makawae." npjteal fruin the
decision made ly the Couimisiiooer on that pe
it ii otjected at the bearinir before this Caort
that the at section of the act to facilitate the
aetllcment of hianilaries. enacU that " all owners
cf Ahupuuasand ill's ot lautl within this kino;-
doni. whose land, have not beeo awarded by the '
I.mi'l Coininisiioiiere. patented or conrered by ,
deed from His .Majesty the Km:;, by boundaries I
decideit iu such award, patent, or deed, are here j
by required within five years from the '.!3d day of
Aujrust. A. 1. to file with the Commi--
eiocer of Boundaries for tbe circuit in which the
land is situated, an application to have the boun
daries of said land decided and certified to by
(aid Commissioner or his successor in office."
Aud that the petition does not set forth that the
laud under consideration was awarded, deeded or
patented without the boundaries being described
in such award, deed or patent, aud therefore it
waa not within tbe authority of the Commission
er. It is aeried. that iu point of fact, there war'
no award lor this Und. and the laud cooimidsiott
recorJ was produced to support that fact. It is
certain that tbe Commissioner would have no
rc.it to pass upon the title ot the land, and it is
certain that the It-nrd of EJucaUon have a right
iu the land ot Makawao.
Their grant is undisputed. And as the Minis
ter of Interior has requested that tbe Court
would co ou aud udjui.icate tbe matter, notwith
standing the objection, and m the said Minister
ha. filed hi-assent in writing, and a., by tbe fil
ing of such assent all parties in interest or who
may. possibly have any interest in the land, are
before tbe Court aud aeeklug its aid, we will pro
ceed with the adjudication.
It appears from the decision of tbe Commis
si .. . which is certified up, that after proceed
ing to set forth tbe boundaries by survey, be
adds the following wonls und incorporates tbem
luto his decision : " Aud the right to tbe water
of the springs of Kuwaiiiou to be divided equally
belweeu Makawao aud the -Ahupuaa of Makac
Both parties are satisfied with the boundaries
as set forth iu the Commissioners uwurd. but the
Hoard of KJucation ol ject lo tbe incorporation
of tbe above quoted remark in tbe decree, be
cause tbe Commissioner's authority is coufiued to
Guiling tbe boundaries and selling op the boun
dary mark s.
We find ibe objection of tbe Board ol Educa
tion well taken ; wueu tbe Commissioner has de
cided the boundaries, be can go no farther ; he
cannot say the boundaries are thus und so, but A
has such und such rights; on B's side of the boun
dary. If Ibe spring ot Kaw-iihou falls ou the
Mukawao side of Ibe boundary, und the owner uf
Tbe sculptor is Hermann Kerns, a popil of
Tbe idea of a Centennial statue of Columbus.
originated with the Italians of Philadelphia. The
Italian Minister and several Italian Consuls, es
pecially the Consul at this city, bare aided tbe
work. The model is of the heroic site, and will
be sculptured in Ravazooni marble, in Italy.
Tbe model ot the Hojnboldl monument was
furnished by Professor Drake, of Berlin, who for
a number ol years was an iutituate friend of Hum
boldt, and bad wrought several busts aud statues
ol him. The contract entered is for a statue of
bronze, nine feel hih. to cost $13.1)00. gold.
Tbe statue to be conttibuted by Ibe li'oai
B'ritb Order l eni'demaiic of religious liberty.
Tue sculptor. M. 1'.- ' is a Hebrew, lie is
executing the work iu Home. The Genius of
Liberty, a majestic femile figure, eight feet high,
occupies the ceutre, standing upright, the right
knee slightly bent and the foot advanced. Her
left hand boljiug the Constitution is supported
upon the fasces or bound staves of the Slates.
The ncht handof Liberty is outspread, protect
ing the figure of a ytuth representing religion,
landing with head upraised and bands Qpstretched
holding a flattened urn. upon which the eternal
fire is burning. The Coddess is t lolhed in armor.
' but the mantle of peace, held by an agraffe so
ihit her rigbl breast and arm are exposed, de-
scends in lung broa.i folds from the left shunldor
; to the right foot. Tbe American shield is work-
; ed oo ber breast-plate, and her head is decked
; with the cap of Liberty, Ibe run nf which is dec
i orated with free sluudiug diadem of ibifteuo
1 goldeu stars.
Tbo New York Ihrad h i? published a report
of tbe steamship lines telween New York and
K'jrope. with the names and tonnage of all Ibe
vessels, the number of trips made by each line,
the number of passengers curried, tbe amount of
freight, and other paticulars of interest in regard
lo the character of tbe vessels, the kind or mer
chandise carried, quick trips, the improvements
made in the ditfereul fleets, &c. We select
from tbe repurt, the foilowiug Hems of informa
The oldest line is the National, plying between
New Yoik, Ijiverpool and Lju Ioii. It employs
12 iron steamers, full powered and among the
largest iu the service, having uu aggregate ton
uagc ofol.dSG tous. These vessels made demur
tbe year ltfT.i. 81 regular trips, carrying 'JVC;
passengers and 404.709 tons of cargo.
The Cunard Line New York lo Liverpool
emptors 17 vessels, aggregating 5.' 'JiK) tuns, and
in, :-aV. voyages, carrying loOUO cabin and
'11 iidO steerage passeogers. 465 000 lous of cargo.
The quickest passage (rom Queenslown to New
York was made by the Kussia in 8 days and 14
hours ; the quickest eastward was by the tfcytbu
in 8 days und 10 hours.
Tbe White ritar Line Now York lo Liver
pool, employs 6 ve-st 1. with an aggregate ton
nage of 25 251 tons. During the year they car
ried 24 100 passengers. (5.174 iu cabin.) uud 185
000 tous of freight. They Made 50 trips iu all,
the fastest by tbe Germanic in August, time 7
days. 22 hours, aud ti minutes. In October the
Adriatic made the run in 7 days, 22 hours, and
TVa Anchor Line New York tn Glasgow and
the .Mediterranean, employs 27 vessels, with an
aggregate lonuiige ol 57 2t9 tons. They made 87
voyages Iroin .-.v 1 org .u Iroin Olasg.ov lo
their trouble, though the yam is by no means an
exhaosting crop. In tbe eastern part of the
group, some of the inhabited islands are mere
rocks bordered by a fringe of sand. Bat this rock
bare of anil as it is. is densely covered with a noble
growth ol floe hardwood tree, whose root creep
for considerable distances along the surface, tend
ing down rootlets into every crack and cranny
whence they draw abundant sustenance, and the
sandy belt along the shore to leeward, and in tbe
sheltered bays, is tbe chosen home of ibe coooa
nut, which ;l e e displays its richest luxuriance.
It is in this part of Fiji that the eroding action of
the sea is chiefly to be observed. Here are nu
merous outlying reefs, some of them many miles
in circumference, which furmerly enclosed con
siderable islands, ljut are now either completely
emrstyur occupied uuiy by a f r points ol nearly
submerged rock ; and various stages of the 1 1
cess by which thee lands have been swallowed
up are plainly to lie seen iu tbe present condi
tion of the eastern islands, notably in that of
Onega and Yulanga. This process as shown in
the present st.te of the o-m r of thrti two isl
ands, bus been described by a missionary in tbe
following words: Here there tsu fine lagoon,
studded with watr-worn rocky islets, fragments
of tbe laud which the sea has devoured, and is
still devouring. The whole coast line is under
mined by the ceaseless wash, in maoy places,
huge masses uf rock have fallen from the face ol
the cliffs, and are being ground into the sandy
clay, which afforded so excellent a holding ground
to our anchor, while ihe detached islets have beeo
eaten away at their bases, until tbey come lo
stand ou slender stems, uud lo look, from a short
distance like gigantic mushrooms. When tbe
stem can no longer bear the superincumbent
weight, the whole mass falls over ami tbe process
Itegins again. The lower patt is once more eaten
away all uronnd the rock, another stein is formed
another tall occurs, ami so the gradual but cease
less work of destruction goes on."
E. 0. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
S EW GOODS !
Among tchich may be. found especially for
4Mi:im Asiii:t(i a. ni.ctinr.il
tXITl'ONs, 4-1; Wamsutu, 4-1 i: .... . -i Cnttnns:
repieiell kneeling, s. P. and 10 quartern American A. ft
.1. Ttckins. C. SI 1. TlrklrifS, Kncllsli Kobe I'rtiiU, Park
am! I.lf hi (Iruund Fink I'ad Chios, Enameled Puck ami
.4 Full Assortment of
Hardware, Fence Wire,
Tin, Slolder. Force and Uft Pwmpc and a complete stock
of Tools bocks, Xi:s. Screws, Hulls. Holts. Salaa, Saajajga,
Carriage and Hi. ling Wnips, ate, Ac, in variety, too
numerous to specify.
New York, and 37 from Mediterranean ports to
New l org. carrying in ull nearlv 20 000 passeu-
Makaebu thinks that he lias a rigbl in the spiing. Ber" ("bin i5C'J. steerage 15,3u3 ) aud 341,723
be must establsih thai right iu a court of law, il
it is denied lo him by tbe owner of Makawao,
and pace term. And we. therefore, adjudge thai
ibe decree of the Commissioner be corrected, by
striking oul tbe words " A o ka pond wai ma na
uiapuuu ui o Kaaaihou e niahele like ia no Ma
kawao a me ke Ahupuaa o Makaebu," and that
tbe rest of ihe Commissioner's award do slaud uf
firmed. Let the custs of appeal be divided.
Cuas. C. Hakkis,
A. Fkascis Jidd,
Justices Supreme Court.
A. S. Hurtwell for plaintiff, E. IV-stou lor re
spondent. Honolulu, May 5th. 1S76.
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A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
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The d-'cuienniul Foanli of July.
hat Is to br Dassa at PlUlndeiphla on that Day
Jhlntuesat tbe Centeuiilal.
Tbe ceremonies at tbe opeoing uf the Centen
nial hxbttiitiuti are pretiv nearlv tleteriuined up
on. Tbe 'resitieul ot tbe United Slates, attend
ed by tbe beads of depart mo i- disliuguisbed
guests, representatives of loreign Governments.
Judges of tbe Supreme Court, meiubers of tbe
Bees U and tbe House of Hepreieulatives, repre
seutaiives of the several States and Territories,
the Cenlenuial Commissiouers and foreign Com
lllhwui ill will pirticipale.
But the most stupendous " lime" will be bad
on tbe Fourth of July. According to tbe written
assurances of a gentleman coucerued in tbe pre
parations, tbe ceremonies on tint day " will be of
a grandeur, more imposing character ttian those
wliirb bare attended any event of modern times,
either in Europe or America." They will cou
sist in part of a musical performance, the assem
blage of ibe military and civic organizations of tbe
Country aud tbe ODveilitg of appropriate statues.
The morning will be announced from the old
State House by tbe great Bell of I'eace, tbe gill
of a citizen nf Pbtladelybia for the occasion. Tbe
bell, now casting, will weigh 13,000 pounds, and
is inscribed with tbe words :
" Proclaim Liberty throughout all tbe Land,
and to tbe inhabitants thereof."
"Glory to Uod in tbo Highest'. Peace on
Earth, and Good Will to Men."
The musical performance will be directed by
Tbe military display will be superintended by
bigb tfE'.-eas ol the General Government. The
Philadelphia Park Commission has furnished free
camping ground lor a portion of tbe volunteers to
be assembled from different sections of ibe Union.
Barracks will be erected, furnishing cheap and
comfortable lodgment for soldiers. Already
official notification his been received of the at
tendance or more than 18.000 equipped men.
William M. Evarts will deliver tbe Fourth of
Jsly oration, and ibe Declaration of Independ
ence will be read by Kichard Henry Lee.
The statues to be unveiled in various parts of
the grounds will, some of tbem. be of considerable
interest. The organisations which have tbem
and other memorial works in progress are the
Humboldt (German) Association, the Catholic
Total Abstinence Union of America, tbe Colum
bus Monument (Italian) Association, the B'nai
B'ritb (Hebrew) Order, tbe Presbyterian De-
Domiualion. tbe .National Commemoration .Monu
ment Association, etc.
The statues will be :
1. Religions Liberty a marble group, 12 feet
2. Colambos marble, 9 feet high.
3. Humboldt broote, 9 feet bigb.
4. Emancipation marble group, 8 feet bigb.
5. Dr. Witberspooo bronce. 11 feet high.
6. Tbe American Soldier a colossal fountain
by Bartbold ; broose, 18 feet bigb.
7. A Fountain marble group, by Folley, 4
fgores. 12 feel bigb.
8. Statue of Libertf cutue by W. W.
Story, for Independence Square. (It is unlikely
that this statue, although it is already modeled,
will be completed in time for exhibition during
this Centennial year.)
9. A Centennial Fountain marble, 35 feet
bigb. in which are introduced various statues.
Ibe Centennial fountain is tbe moat preten
tious work of tbis series, and from the description
I have received of it. it masiwse an extraordinary
affair. It will consist of a central figure, domi
nating four surrounding figures, and will be tbirty
five feet bigb. The central, topmost furore rep
resents Moses as having stricken the rock. The
staff resting in his band touches below fissure,
whence issues a stream of water, which, flowing
into channels of the strata of tbe rock, entirely
encircles it and falls into tbe basin below. lite
figures grouped beneath are those of Archbishop
Carroll, who was Commissioner with Franklin to
Canada at the opening of tbe Revolution ; Com
modore John Barry, the father of tbe American
Navy ; Charles Carroll, ot Caroll ton. and Father
Theobald Ma'.tew. The dimentiona are as fol
lows. Central figure. Moses. IS feet high.
Bock work, supporting this figure, IS feet
Four figures below, each 9 feet high.
Pedestals of each of these, 9 feet high.
Diameter of fountain, 90 feet.
Diameter of pavemeDt, 100 feet
flight cf central structure, 35 feet,
Uight of the four outside structures, 21 feet.
jwn, T dnys and 18 hours, by tbe City
test ward, 7 days. 18 hours, and 2 miu-
lous ot carifo
The Inuuu lino New York to Liverpool, oni
ploys 13 vessels, aggregating 42 975 tons. They
made 66 trips each way. 110 in all, and carried
300. OuO lous of cargo, and 34.389 passengers,
6 592 of tbem cabin passengers. The last trips
were by the City of Kicbuiond Ironi bandy Hook
ol Iwrlin, westward, i day
utes ; etstward, 7 days, 15 hours, and 48 min
utes. Tho North German IJiyd's New York to
Bremen, employs 15 vessels, aggreialicg 43,710
Ions. They made last year 51 trips each way.
Carrying in all over 30 000 passensers. (cabin
6,935, steerage 23 784 ) and 1 14 500 tons ol car
go. Thu best tun tuuda wits 9 days und 10
The New Stile Line New York to Glasgow,
employs 7 vessels, asfgreg.itin 17 000 tom. t hey
carried 4 900 passengers and 48,900 tons of freight
Iroin New York. Number ol trips und amount
of freiifht from Blasgow not given. Qiickesl
trip, 9 days and 15 hours.
The Williams and Guiou IJne New York and
Liverpool, employs 0 vessels aggregating 22.360
tons. They made 38 trips each way, aud carried
150 000 tons of cargj. Passengers not given.
The whole number of passengers carried by all
these lines was about 225 000, and the freight,
over 2.000.000 tons.
r i tv s , oil:
Tnrp4ntii.e. VaLrtiisb. nrushci. AgTicultural Implements,
Western H two Mors Tandem CMltivators, .Mollne Plows,
PBY-PAH3, IB0N POTS.
Sella. T"7vriia.es !
And soon expected a splendid assortment of the best
PLATED SILVER WARE
To milt every taste, Knives, Forks, Soons, tc.. Ac.
IN lav I., o. ii .i i. v MUX.
1 8 7 6 .
PERIODICAL AND NEWS AGENCY
The Henries Fever.
It is as unnecessary for a child to die of scar
let terer as it is that it sboald be blind with cata
ract. Let us see : At any lime before the body
has finished its ineffectual struggle wo are ready
to help it. not by wonderful medicine, but by the
knowledge of anatomy, and ibe application of
common eense. We consult the sympathetic
nerve, and do what it commands us to do. We
must give this child salt when it wants it, wo
must give it acid when it has fever and anx
iously craves it so vinegar, but lemon Juice, be
cause tbe former coagulates albumen, ibe latter
does not. on account of the surplus of oxygen
which it contains. To imitate the soothing mi
en) in the intestines, which is now wanting, and
to give some respiratory too.1 at the same time,
we add some gum arable. To restore and relieve
the injured nerve, we apply moist warmth.
In practice we can fulfil all this with Ibe fol
lowing simple manipulation : Undress the child
and bring it to bed at the very first signs of sick
ness. Give it, if it has already fever, nothing
bat sourish warm lemonade, with some gum ara
ble in it. Then cover its abdomen with some dry
flannel. Take a well-folded bed-sheet, and put it
in boiling hot water, wring it out dry by meant
of dry towels, and pnt this over the cbild'd abdo
men. I ben cover tho whole, and wait. I he hot
cloth will perhapa requiro repealed beat. Ac
cording to tbe severity of the case, and its stag
of progress, perspiration will commence in the
child in from ten minutes lo two hours. Tbe
child then is saved ; it soon falls to sleep. Soon
after the child awakes ; it shows slight symptoms
if returning inclination for food ; help its bowels
if necessary, with injections of oil, soap and wa
ter, and its recovery will be as steady as the
growth of a green-house plant, if well treated.
Of coarse, if the child was dying, nothing could
save it. or if it bad already effusions in tbe lining
of the heart or brain, it is better that it should
die. But if tbe above is applied in due time, un
der the eye of a physician. I will guarantee that
not one in a hundred children will ever die of
scarlet fever. I know ibis will startle some of
my readers, especially those who have lost chil
dren, bat I shall go still further. If a child has
correctly mixed blood, it will not catch tbe dis
order if put to bed with a sick child. Tbis is still
more startling, but nothing is easier of proof.
A Correspondent of the Sydney Morning Her
ald writes : The general aspect of tbe country
is ragged and hilly, bat there are to be found
here and there considerable tracts of level or
gently oo juialing ground suitable for agricultural
purposes, especially on the two large island, N'a
viti Lava, and Vaona Leva, where streams of
considerable volame considerable, that is, in
proportion to the sixe of the islands hive wash
ed dawn the surface soil from the bills. But.
though the flats and deltas thru formed are very
productive, it is a mistake to suppose that tbe
soil of Fiji is of exceptional fertility. By far tbe
greater part ia of inferior quality, much of it Is
very poor. and. with tbe exception of tbe river
fills, which are subject to periodical floods, aud
the islands of Taviuni and Koro, whose soil is
said to be far richer than that of tbe others, it
will be found Uut Und in Fiji requires to be tilled
no less laboriously aod generously than land else
where reqiires, in order to secure profitable re
turn;. Something any be learned as to this mat
ter from ibe natives, who are shrewd observers of
Nature, and whose agricultural skill, as far as
their own products are concerned, is by no means
to be despised. They rarely plant yams twice
running on tbe same spot- Having raised one
crop lacy allow tbe ground to lie fallow for sev
eral years before tbey use it strain ; and this tbey
do because experience has taught them that the
yield of second year would sot repay thaws fat
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IS H. M. WHITSEY.
Fine Manila Cigars !
A saw isveicE or vebt si pf.riob
quality, pot np tn boxes of 2D0 eaca. Just received
direct from Manna For tSale by
MS- BOLLE8 at CO.
Columbia River Salmon!
J! NT RECEIVER PER J.4.1 ALHMBI 1(1
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442 C. BREWER, at CO.
TOOK WHICH THE HIUHERT PRICE Will
AT be paid at the Bookstore of H. M. WillTSKY,
411 Vest to Post Office.
A Few More
OF THOSE ELED t NT CHRIIHUS aad OLE
OOBatPH Flr-TURKS, Jost received by steamer and
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474 Ira B. M. WBITSET.
Jaat Received '
PER BARK CEDES, FROM EFBOPE A
large Invoice of the BEST QUALITIES,
Hubbock's Paints mud Paint Oils !
42- boli.es a CO
llattitif. Matiiii, Mattiig?
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE & COOKE S !
MEW 111, JEW Mil
San Francisco. New fork and England
Conktsting la Part of
AMOSKEAK D EX IMS,
Fine and Medium Tickings.
Amotkear Rro. Drills, Aaaoskeaf Ilia Drills,
Fine aad MeJiaal While Flaaael,
On Case of those Snperior 0. B. Bleaebe-J Cottoos.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
FROM BOSTOX. ALSO,
Harden aad Plantation Hoes, Bw I and 2 ; Mattocks
C. S. Spades, Shovels, Snoops and Kakes,
Handled Axes. Ilatobels Shingling and Axe patters'
Rim Knob Looks, Cheat and Psxllooks. Ae.
Clothes Ptus. Raw Hides, Sash Cords, Saad Paper,
Sasb Cord. Syrlogcs. Mucilage. Horse Cards,
Sledgea, Champers, Horse Mails and Shoe Ink,
T Uinges 5 to 11 in.. Tinned Tacks d to 1 1 ia.
W. W., Paint, She. Sernb and Varnish Brashes,
Self Heat Irons, Mason's Blaeking,
Corn Starcb, Wbiting, Metallic Paint,
Snow White Zinc. Kastern Brooms. Putty,
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Couimoo, Clipper,
Sun, Perkins A Howe. Ao.
Lanterns, Kerosene Wicks, Ao.
A few doseo of the best Patent Glass Preserving Jars,
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Apples. Oregon Uaras
Freib Salraoa, I and 2 lb. tins.
Also, on hand,
Parle, Eagle 2 and 20, and Clipper Plowi,
Cultivators, Hors Hoes. Canal Barrows,
Cans Knives. Scythes and Soailbs, Ac.
Cot Nails 3d to SOd. Cat Spikes 5 to 8 inch.
Files Rtond Square. Flat and 4 Round, 8 to IS ia.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
tUlaaa-SxIO, 10 III. 19x1. c.
The 3Flne Iron
BARQUE ACLAIA !
IS NOW LsAlVDIlVG
IN SPLENDID ORDER,
Musi mm EH!
Prints. While Catleas. Grey Sblrtiag, J
Deairas. Blaakets. Tweeds'. Masliae.
Tel ret Rug,, Saddles,
rilot Jackets aad Traweave, Faacy Skirts.
Ladies Hats. Moeaaito Nets,
Towels, Hand kerchiefs.
Skirting, Counterpanes, Moleekia,
Grenadiaes. Wkite Drill..
A Ine Selection of Wool Shirts. .
Fine Laces, lasertioas.
Flowers aad Faacy Geeds,
Billiard Cloth, Anitriaa Blaakets,
Canvas. Bagging, Bags, Belting,
.. AND.. .
BASS' ALE, pints A quarts
Blond Wolfe A Ca.'s Ale. pints aad ejaarts .
Teaneat'a Ale, pint aad qaarts ;
The celebrated " Pig Brand " Stoat.
Martell't. Hennessey's aad Robin' Braaaty,
Ram. Geneva, Sherry. DaaviUe'e Whiskey.
Fineel Brands of Champagne,
Moselle and Ho -k, Lelande Claret.
A Large Ass., of other Goods,
WHICH WILL BE
WHITE LEAD AND ZINC
Black sad Green Paint,
Boiled Oil. Msekiae Oil.
CASTLE & COOKE.
LIMBER! LUMBER ! !
FFF.R FOR stl.i:
HCIT I'C IlClt.tSI.lt.
I. tl AMITIKN TO
The Cargo of North West Lumber!
EX JAXE A. FALKIXBURG.
At Itaelr I. timber Yard,
ON ROBINSON'S WHARF.
At as Low Rates as ran be Obtained
I in. Boanls,
T. & G. Boards 1x0,
3x3 Clear Scantling,
4x4 Clear Scantling,
5x5 (Hear Scantling,
4 in. Plank,
3 in. Plank'
3 fat Plank,
li In. Plank,
U in. Plank,
3rni ALLEY et BOBIXMX.
GOSNELL'S PERFUMES, BRUSHES.
JAMS AND JELLIE3.
TWO COTTAGE PIAXO FOKTBS.
Hoop Iron. Corrugated Iron.
Liverpool Sail, Maaila Ro, Feces Wire.
Galvanised Ware, liollowwara.
Olxx-lgatTVk n m Toys,
Im TBEO. H. DAVIK.
rjniF ixnf Bsn.n orrrs for bale
m. at ItoNisaOH'a Wharf. 1a qushouttea to soil iiaai wssiawiai
til artto of UedwwoU Lumber
DEST CALIFOBXIA OAT HAT
For Bale by
BOLLCS A CO
Oregon Sugar Cured Hams.
OOTEIYED Per Beurk HATTIF. JIACLttT
Slav nrteen aare rrsas rortteod.
at aaie by
a mm ,.-,. a ,
lei of those splendid
iiOIXavJ a CO.
A LOT or
Just the Ann for
Can be had tor
LESS X ONEY
Than any Fire Arm of the kind ever sold
in this Market.
Send for Price, or Call Soon.
KC. "XPSJr. AL.
in a tt r
1 In. SURFACED H ED WOOD BOARDS,
1 1-2 In. Sarfaeed Redwood Baartlt,
1 1-4 Ia. Sarftveed Redwood BoctriU,
1 1-2 In. 8nrfaced Redwood Planks.
1x8 In. Ton pied ft OrooTe! JL W. FlAoriaf
1 1-4x6 In. T. Q. R. W. FleorlBj,
1-2 In. Redwood Siding,
1 In. Rough Redwood Boards.
1-4 In. Rough Redwood Boards.
2 In. Rough Redwood Plan.
4x4 Roagh Redwood
4x6 Rough Redwood Scantling,
6x6 Rough TTrrlwoedJIosilliin.
8x8 Rough Redwood Scantling,
1-2x3 Redwood Battens,
" FATES' " SUP. REDWOOD 8RTI0L11 !
ALLEN Sl ROBINSON.
"ST " 1
rSHhe. sMIaswIaaw IM
at the eaore (.1ST
PEB -MK1." III UK r HUIS I'.OHroX
Ameetaui Prime r-rrrk.
American Meaa Beef.
Hew Bedford Tow line,
Sew Bedford ' otriiig Fall,
.-sew jseosora WB.letnew sOers
All of which wU 1 be sedd allow prices, by
pS BOUJ2S CO.
More Lime !
noiXEN CO.. 1TATK RF( FITED per th
aj -Murray" aad -at B. BsAerta,
SSS Barrels Beat Calirornla IJaae t
Wakk will be eold at tbe lowest erica, to otker words
we win wet k VSDKBaoLD ta taaWartasra.
Calliwrala Potaioes aad Onloaa !
ntlty received per to
Far Bade by
Tor Sal by sleSTJ SO LLCS A CO.
OraweaM's P-ta and poetry of
esawry or nr-uaa roete.
riasaa reaat ssadesaeeOaa Snasa Urtna
Tae Mr o Ik Lake.
PV-toral F.mfly Keglacer.
Beiley Featoe-a Poeaa.
Beecb-r-s I ife or hrtt, Vet I.
Roma' Oil lOSfe nerarday Nkght.
Wbltlterie Beolads of Sew y III.
Walltter-s r atld lafe. be twtxv.
Jt. B. IX. L 1
Mra. Browaasar Aamra Itgk.
Br ant's Piry aad Sasj,
tdith May l-neese.
rtoaaespaara's omeeese Weeka, esse iwaaaaa,
C-.ru.' Manoal -r loataatT. ,mrm aat)
Cbitty s Bkarketoa. S vida rftarw.
CbamleertaJn'e Cesa-I Law to f .sell SJew.
XLhT green of
STeble e cbrka
Teur.'. Oceaa Waas,
auna aad aTeoa.
reaayaon's Qaeew Mary a Ireona,
, " Pina. iiaasii. laaaaeaa,
I lagSaSl a ' - - m
BIIil and T.Xamenta. in etnas.
Woman uf Matcrad Uaaary
SasaJHe-11,1 as y of Meeaaw-as. 1 vase.
Librsxy of rSattfCaM cWsjtai,
Moioverlj TaUa .ilk K e-.kr.aeea,
JBKCErV'BB KB CKTLOS,