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SitMs Tiose mm PUw f Mellf.
II .wrt! V". 21. F. A- M.-Merts first Monday
' evwiin in reh"rm.'h. in MJ"'"b,ki.u2 T'v
ErrtiB Id.;f, X. 1. 1. O. or. F.--Mecteeach Tu
U'S UI-Stet. each
Yrn-m MrV hri-tiax Anwiiijnx.-Meet Wt Friday
even'iiur in rrh wnth, at films' nom. Merchant s$
Mry-HAUP-"' Krwrvrr rTo-Mtssrmd Friday ewrarj?
in eiii month, at fcnipne U )ii oi jiccnaxuc -
noo"rcOi.TKPtr Clcb.-MM third Mooday evening
in each mi:h, Sauand ill"?. .
Uo..rxr rlar. rJfTirxxrxT.-iIor Brst ThnnUr Pen
in e-h month, at Ijiine House of Hcchaaic o 2,
Hrlr Kxsiirr. Co. Xo. I.-Mects ftrt Wednesday trem-
m - in rh nfn?b, at th. ir How-, Kins- wt.
h tc KNOT Vv .'. 3. Meet tint Vr ednenday evea-
im,' in wli month, at thir Houe. tnkm ft.
Hawaii fc.xr.iNE To. No. 4.-3Ieet tirst Tuesday evening n
ra-h month, atth.tr ilouw. Niiuaouct. .
Pr.-TKcnojf Hook 4 Laiuhb Co. No. 1. ileeU first Hon-
,I.ir in fetch month, at th-ir Uoiim. fnioa st-PACTfii-
Hoht Co. No. I.-M.ts on.I Sloiulay evening in
Ku h month, at their Kin rt.
Hooi-clk i:in-r. t.Ri-. Meet tiit Inday evening in
erh month dTill frery i'ridar Nurht.
pHt,ra or thc Moo ros Notiubm, H70 Honolulu
Una Time As prepared b Capt- lianiet Smith for the
Nov. Tth Fall Moon. '.. .., 01 -
Not. lSt l-a-t ttuarter 10 2 r- -
.Not. i-M Moon
,r. svih Firs Quarter.. ...... . . . ---....... 0 t2 r. .
Tims "ex imno AJTO SETTIXO.
l.i Pun Rises. ..6 07 A. Jf....Faa rVt.;i.'..; ,...6 21 r. M.
U Hon K d J ...Hwi Art.... ...... .6 1 .
15lb rton Ris-.. 14 ...KunSels SI
.M-riun Ri...IH ...Sun rets...........& 14 ..
JiMman 4 1 .xm vts U
C O IVT 1VC E R C I A I. .
FRIDAY, HOy EMBER 18, 1&70.
Since oar laat Ike Cejlwn haa arrired from Boston, and the
Catlttkom fruitt Liverpool, with BMrrted cargoea. Our mar
ket m onw veil rarplied with mmrtM merrbondiae.
. The u aeaaon baa tUrty opened, tat dealers and retailers
cooii.latn. Tte crews of the wbaleshipa, no(withtaodiis Ibe
larf? catches, tae li'.tle or nothing coming to them, on account
of lbs Vm price of oiL
The California steamer Mont Toyor is looked for about
- Monday, hut he nay Lare been detained and not alire till
Wednesday. The CUf 9 Melbournt will he due from the
ST.! to the 25lh inst.
Our market fu lumlier is lower than it has been t years,
anJ w! s no prospect of an early 'imjiroTeriient." The rale in
ptat years has, boweTer, 'teen f tih.' Cheap f amber Is a
Vm to the cotnmaoity. . We karn that the CoUector-Geaeral
, baa ButiHed sotn of 'the importinf h'joses that inToices of lum
ber will not be admitted itt entry except at certain rates. We
presume thit tbe actual oial at the place ol export " is the
hasbi ma which foods have 10 be InTufned for duties, and on
this actual cost and Talus there wuuld not fa most cases be
much room for discussion. In the case af luniber from Puet
HoanJ, boweter. it sasy be more diflicult to ascertain the true
cst or Taloe. We observe Po4t jtoond lumber sauted in Baa
Francisco at 13i2$14 par M, and allowing any reasonable
flerure for frWfht, would reduce, by this test, the ralue of luw
Ixt at the Sound to a Tery low figure. . - r .
The bark V. C. Mwrraif will sail to-morrow fur Sao Fran
cisco, also the bark Anna fr lite Fji lakinus.. .
Tke nabob, from biston, to Messrs. C. llrewer 4c Co., and
be A. J. fte, la Mmsrs. H. Harkk-bf a' Co.', are both One.
Hates) mt Psslnse.
' : ' r a
lTTr-IlATt LettBb 2 cents each half ox. prepaid,
j'lTBD r atbs s cents Hawaiian prepaid, each half o. !
X.wuxd- emts Hawaiian ami Scents American, prepaid. ;
AiniAti a i2i cents Hawaiian, each half ox. prepaid. I
PORT Or HONOLULU, n. I.
Not. 12 tv-hr Ownna, Makanaochthele. from Slaul'
i Hay (Orhotek).
Id Am wh bk Coocolia, Robt Jones, from Arctic,
l.iOl wh and walrus, l,0oO bum, 1.6JO ivory
' Id Brit bk Caatkbow, Wiu LampbeU, 16 days 'from
iH Am bk llbering; E II Bnrr, 31 ijays fin Petropaulski.
17 Haw wh bk 1'j.it-a, II M cwhary, from Ucnotsk,
oou walrus oil, 6ot vitrei hides, 15,000 ivory.
14 HrhT Active, Ntka, from KanaL
14 rs;ar Ka Pii, Powers, from Matd. '
! himt KiLuira, ll.irriaon. from Hawaii aad Maui,
li r hr Klc Lte, WeaU froiu Hawaii. .
15 Schr Nettie Memll, Crane, froiu Mauf.,' t.
T. 12 S"'hr A niiH, English, fur Hawaii. - - , -.
11 Srbr llatlia, Howard, for Kauai. - - "
12 ! br Maiukwai, Kiaupoui, br MmiL
14 fclir Netlie Mrrrill, Crane, t-r Maui.
It Vuar Kitauca, Harrison, f r Maai anil Hawaii,
li f hr Jenny, l-ambert, tt Kauai. '
14 Am schr II L Tkrnan, Jacijton,(or ran Francisco,
li tklirOsaas, Makanabelehele, for MauL -
15 .S. ur Warwick, John Bull, for MoWkai. .
ltl 'lir Mary tllen, Havis, for Maui.
Repoar or rtmr Cevlo.v, Geo. L. Woods, Masteb, 140
Dats raow Bostosi. Sailed from Boston June 25th, was 30
days to the equator ia the Atlantic ; bad strong S'W winds
and rough weather in the south Atlantic ; was J4 days from
AO3 sooth iu the Atlantic to 50 south in the Pacific with
coutinual heavy fates from the west and north, some of them
blowing- with great Tiolence. September 9th, mtT Prat en Land,
saw slup Lromora. from Rio bound to CaUao. Crossed 60
- south trig 79 9 west, October 6lh, since lbtt hare bad good
winds and weather, excepting fr days oaim in the north
Pacitlc. Took the nortbeas trades stronc in hU. 10 north i '
bx- 1M west, and h Ul them until within 160 miles of the
Islands i since then tight trades. At noon of November 12th
auie mthesst point of Msui. bearing southwest. Made the
"run front So south to the islands in 38 days. r . -
' Bos-ro Per Ceylon, Not. 14: 3 cs toggle irons,
C4 h nails oil snooks, 81 eaks brails and hoops. 12 csks cordage,
3 whale boats, 1 k cltliirg,23 csks beef, loj.kgs' pork, 3
'pkg lmtl.-r, 1 rsfc vinegar, 2 csks towline, 1 ck maiillla ro,
2 csks sails, 1 hx wbale craft, I coil cutting UU to A J Cart
w right ; 8 pkgs snooks, 2 cfcksads anxUtsops im A W Peiree ;
Sou c. k-riseue.l 40 hi toy stars, 1 case p'aoo, b bales burlap
bogs, i drums caustic sola, 16u0 bodls boop iron, 40 sheets
irosw430 bars iron. bnillst iron, 1 VI pes oak plank and timber,
! pes ditto. 24 res ditto, backmetadt knees, 200 oars, SS
Lmlle oil shouka, 1 csks beads and hoora, 10 csks bread, 9
this woo-lea ware, 20 cs wooden ware, 25 bbls naval stores, 3
Whole bunts. kegs rivets, t kts furnrtare, 45,d-KV bo4hi hf bbl
sbonfcs, i.M4 kegs beads, 1 JMO bodls barrel shocks, 60 bbls
beads lo C Brewer sr Co; 14 pkgs shooks. and beads ts Capt
t elwift bxs mdse to 1 B Petersoa 1 cs piano, 3 cs mdse,
11 Vaiubooat s, 2S boiters. 8 bodls hollow ware, 1 pipe, 1 box
mJe, a st nes, 9 bnd!s castings, S cabin stores, 7 bndls hollow
.ware, 2 t- m,lr nEU Ilsll mi ekio ; 1 b-sx mdse to A Sylvia ;
4 cs Burs I LL Torbert lie mdse to Mrs R M Johnstone ;
1 trunk t Juo W esks ; 2 bxs 1 trunk houselmU effecis lo A H
tpencrr 3 bts. 1 trunk, 1 bbl private eUacta tnl P Petereoa ;
3 bss nidte u Capt J Jemeaa ; 2vo pes white pine lumber to
. Icwtrs &c liicksoo ; 37 cs lurBitare, 1 cs pisu, 3 csks crock
ery, S bales sad 7 bndls mdse, 1 carriage pule to Jas W, Ana
fia -, IU bxs, 2 rsks roalae. 2 chests mdse, 1 bodl slates, 15 bndls
. boat timbers. 2,07b ft bonf boards, 4 canton 'ptrww, C6 -pkrs
sponyaro. 30 erst. orsu of bxs, 12 pkgs mdse, 75 boils dock,
b bbls twim- tCt Richards 4c Co ; 1 box to Wm B Bam pus ;
1 chair to Mrs 9 R Pe!ree ; 161 pk unspec mdse to order.
Faow Live arooL Per CbjUHiow, Not. 17ih : 3 cs coffin
furniture. 50 rs J whiskey. LI cs iaaoy ms.lUs, aO cas glass
ware, 1 1 hairs f rs sad colored cottous. QrS listens, 3 Cs bard
ware, iJ-i bars and 10 brxtls iron, 34 bodls wire, 1 keg staples,
17 bales printed cottons, 21 cs do, 6 cs hams, i cm sewing ma
eaiisr, 2 pr sbrtrfeig stones, 3 bale ery goods, 30 es Jams' and
jiriUas, 40 bf bbls cr sacac, 4 bbtw cwrrants, 102 eat oilman's
sturss, 174 pkgs do, 2jt bxa snap, 40 irao, cooler 24 clariflsr
plates, 27 prs and pkgs machinery, 27 bbls and 10 krs paints,
a bUis ram, 14 ar.csiu bracdy, 4 or csks sherry. ,4m- cs gin.
I2& basket giia Asks and 20 cs whiskey, 2 es port wine, 20
rs skerry. 4 b.U-s canvaa, 7 cs curiue, and bouse, ornaments, 6
bos wo-lir.s, mi pluirs lno, lufl b-irs iron. 4.hVr heatls,!
bodl stwl, 1 es packing. 3 csks hardware, 4 bodls iroeTIubss, I
1 csk fttlings, 2 kgs rivets, 2 cs hardware. 94 sheets siagles, Zti
bars iiusv M es snoe, 3 es) merchandise, 394 bars nod 40 bwJU
Ima. 20 in s plates. 13 kgs rivets, 1 (ruaishme, 6 cs oil cloth.
3M bbls buttled beer, 73 pkgs earthenware. In cs perfumery, 1
Pf slwer plat, 3 rs staihoery, b4 fona steaas eoal, ICQ sks
slack coal lo T U Iavles ; 9 es wine, 25 cs spirits, 20 frames
Ht, 1 case leather beteiav. 300 bfidls boep Iron, 10 cs unspec
aartoe. 20 csks piptsg. SOO es bottled bees to order f 1 case
effects ss W I. 6reas; 1 ease piano to Mrs Robinson, 1 cose
hstuwl aery to 8 H Confier 3 csks eartbenware to Msjar J
Jl Wsdshansei 1 case siT-cu to i ft'Walktrt lrsptdse ts
Burg oss ; 4 e deer, 1 elfecis to'Archdeacnn asna V 1
cas effects to Rev C ti WUnaJoana ; 25 pkgs clothing lo Grle
iMuim fc Co 2 cs hardwste, i csks puuy. 1 case steel X case
"paper, I case saws, 1 rk borax, 9 bndi copper buis,10 bodls
esMMtie sodt, 9 csks hollow warr, 5 sheets led, 3 rerls pipe, 1
eas Siset. 3 bal is seives, I csk spikes, 14 Wlers, "J csks nuts
and washers, 1 csk fry pa as, 13 kg naUs, 4 bbls cbsik lo
R asset 4t Lrvln M inofsc Co. . i '-i '
VKSSKLS IN PORT.
U. ft. 81onp-ff-war St. Mary- Harris.
Am ship Ceytnrt, Weodb, discharging.
Abb bk Bheriag. Burr. '
Brit bk Castlchoaa, Campbell, dischargiog., T. t. .. .
N.C. Ship Otto A Antauiv, A. ti. rtuuonsen. la n
Ilaw ship I'danJ. Ries, for New Bedford. .. '
Haw bark R C Wjlie, llaliermann, up tor Hamburg.
Am bark Ethan Allen, Soow, tn New Bedford. '
North tJerman bark Courier. 8..U. .'
Nsrth nerBiaa bark FideMaa. - -
Narth GersnajB ketch Morve. , - - , , .
fcarfc l C Murray, Soanertjor Sua Francisco Oct 19th. , ; ) i.
rim brig Bvrantinm. Calhoun.
Brit, bark Anna, Tbooion, for Sydney vim Ijvnka, Fijii Is.
Am barkentine Jane A. FaJkinbnixCthcart, op kit Portlaod.
-Abb Barkentlne Grace Roberta, KiwcLe, dischaiing. f
Asa Camden, Robinatji, discharginf .
Am bk Henry Taber. Packard
Bk Norman. Taker.
Bk J D Thompson. Allen.
Bk Monticello, Reynolds.
Bk Was Botch, W hitoey.
Bk iVneca, Kelly.
Bk Midas, HamilL
- Bk Alaska, Fish.
Bk Acors Barnes, JelTrty.
Bk ies Breese, Orsy.- -
Ilk Trideot, Green.
Bk Aurora, Baraes.. -
Bk Iguda, Swift.
Bk HeicsHcow, Campbell
BktHiver Crocker Fuher.
.0 Bk E. 8 wilt. Bliven. - -,
Bk John Wells, Dean.,
pl Cocif ordU, JoaesV .
Am Bk Vineyard, ftmith.
Bk Hercules, McKensie.
Bk T Dickason, Lewis.
' f h Roman, Jernegan.
Fh Janus, Eaalwood.
. Sh Josephine, Cogan.
Ph Onward. Pulver. .
h California, Willis.
" Sh Marengo, Little.
Haw. hr W 11 Allen, Vera.
, . Rk Wilbelm I, Marnmea.
- Hh Jalian, Heppiogstooe.
Bk Fgte, Cmuvtork.
- - B Comet, Warren.
Bk Arrtir, Tripp.
Bk Maunaloa, Brigss.
Bg Onward, bictxmn.
Bk Paica, Newbury. '
it Am wb mi jiarergo, j k. uuie im Arc lie, iwspm, rCfUlt 1 f j.coe almout tnn rrprmfirprnna hi Kn . ,. ' . Duet Siater KlTes" t
l.o wh an.1 wirua. 12.0'jO l.5oo irorr. 7 -wjnie aunoiii wo preposterous to oe iriub ic. ,Wemav.sav that two ent relw distinct - ' i--
ii achr Warwick, Joi.n bii, from Moiokai. i borne. I n rTj J dowx' their rivers, and aIon I -r' x.- " . . . . ! i,imjl,sian. t. . ites
ltoJW,lUfK.. '':; their rvMive boundEncs, these often being Lnd no doubt tlie Particulars will be nublished ifi Doors Open at 7 o'clock. Concert u
i .v" i ", i4 oays irom twsion. paral:- N vf lu tude or long tude, they have cus- ' i - ' -
14-ejchr Luka, kaa, irm Hawaii. I , - - ,. ' ' . they succeed. One uses steam in pilics, another TirleU, to he had at Mr Tirum
ii-s.hr pauahi, auustier, irom M..ioki torn ho...r oin pretending to watch that the 1, . ,4. . . . V, . w oenaam jut. mrmn
is .o r.r .h otto Autonir, i; Mjroorsen,3Sdaja rrd,,! f- ':r manufactures which happen to be ..' ' . . . - . . ,' , , NOTICE. Season Tickets not
fro He tiaMries liar (Orhotekv. ! e -.' ' i . t - t ' ' -j -" drives steam and hot air into the trnsh: On the i
Fob Hose koso Per Cecelia, Not. I2th :
Value Domestic. .
Fob Saw Fbacico Per II. L. Tiernan, Nor. l:h :
Halt, tona.. --
Valoe Uomealic .
Fbov PBTaorACLaai Per Bbcriog, Not. J6lh Jnp L
Reerea l v v - v--
Fbow VPiwdwabd Pobth Peir XiIane;""NoT. 18th BeJ
Mr Williamson, U II Hitchcock and wife, Mr J H Coney, H
CornweJI, 6 WUhelm, Mra II Swinton. ReT 1) Baldwin. C K
Clark, ReT Puaset, JnJ Axet, Alfred W if ht, Mark Ward. Dan
SalLiran 14 cabin and 79 deck paweugera.
Sblata Mafia. ,
Fob Kosa dd Istcbmediate Pobtb Per learner Ki
Una, M onday.
Fob Lahaisa Per Kuaoaa, Monday.
Fob Nawiliwili Per liattie, Monday.
Fob Kosa Per Lnka. to-day.
Foa Pas Fascisto l'r Me Taylor, aliont Not. 24tb-
j .,w. : 29M
SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 19.
neclprnclty Trentles, Annexa
tion mid 1'?cleratIoii.
Tfie inbabitahta". of different, sections : of the
earth, separated by geograJjical features, or ty
difiereoees of race, langaage or religion, or often
by accidenta of less import than either, having
1 lezisiaieu upon wie principle ui wmuiauu 10-
I etriction, and npon .the jiew tliat each section 4
f, 1 1 1 - if ; l
enouia proauce ior iibch . wuawicr i ieijucu,
Vather than receive" anything from another in ex
change for its own products, and each, often see
ing demonstrated the practical loss and inconve
nience of carrying out such principles in the case
of their immediate neighbors, invoke to their aid
reciprocity treaties or analogous devices to ecape
the injurious effect of such legislation. In these
cases, proximity ,'each at the same time- possessing
certain products in excess which the other has
not, renders the advantage to the public of a
free exchange of such products, too obvious' for
interested or prejudiced classes to conceal or con
trovert. Every commercial reciprocity, treaty
that has been made is an admission that moro
free trade is a good thing. '
If the advantages of mutually admitting each
other's products duty free, or, at a low duty, in
tlie case of next-door rieighbors, be so obvious, it
would be difficult to show why the application of
the same principle would not be advantageous in
the cae of next-door but one neighbors, and ad
mitting this, there is ' no line to be drawn
universal free trade would result. "
We notice 'some instructivei events developing
themselves of late in this regard in the Austra
lian Colonies. As is weil known, different sec-
tious of Australia are independently eoverned.
. 1 .
They have, moreover, universal or nearly universal
suffrage. . Protection to native industry was
too captivating a term not to be warmly espoused
by- the -masses, and they uerrt to-represent them
mem who aft-.twl to- this ' policy. ' The practical
,. , , l , - . ,
paraLU thai! uot be taken over1 on to the other
-, ; t - - u
side, without paying duty. This lias become
soch a nuisance and so palpably absurd that an
actwe agitation for a 'Federation of all the Aus-
tralian Colonies has' been - started as the only
remedy for such a state of affairs. It is merely
a question of time when this Federation will take
place. Still the 'greater portion of the people
and press remain protectionists, and we find one
of the late Melbourne papers giving advice to
trie people ol California, who, it found, were
lamenting tho competition from the Eastern
States since tho completion of tie I'acific Rail
way, and suggesting as a remedy, protection .by
duties on imports from the East. This remedy is
logically deduced, the principle of protection be
ing once admitted. . . . , . -,
"JFor a long time it was hoped that. the .United
States would make a reciprocity treaty with us
that is to say, they were Expected to give up in
our favor certain duties on our products, and
amongst others a duty eqaal to about one.huod
red per cent, on oureugars, (but which it was
supposed they were to retain on all other foreign
, . " .-'..
sugars) in return for our taking tsome ten per
cent, duly off certain articles which wt imported
from them. No one ever questioned the advan
tage to this kingdom of 6uch an arrangement jf jt
could be effected ; but we may now admit that
the advantage to the United States of breaking in
upon a great principle of their legislation in our
favor was not so obvious unless, and this was
the main 'argument used in the United States, it
was with the object of binding this country so
closely to them that separation would become im
possible, It was to have been a 44 bear's hug
and the argument was openly advanced in favpj
of it, that such a treaty must lead to annexation.
The benefit of getting the immense 'market of
the United States opened to . our .main producfc,
sugar, with the enormous advantage of having
three to' four' cents per 6unI dutyon" alIother
foreign enar. tfas so' obvious .that' ge'inajr well
be excused for overlooking the subsequent destiny
that was in store for us nay, wojnay almost be
excused for having a-hankering after annexation
itbelf to secure so enormous a saTjeidy, as that of
doubling at one stroke the value of our main
product. Although the . hopes of those who
look for either the one or the other are for tho
present destroyed, we still think we ivotioe A sub
stratum of annexation feeling existipgwhicb gets
stirred up and .brought to. the surface every now
Brid ' then.' Whether bv plantation troubles'- fan-
' ' ;' v j- . v
Cied political. WTOOgS, Or by indigestion. : i If a
man feels that anything is going wrong, and sees
no immediate propect of righting it, it hi a relief
to his feelings to . tdream : of, or to j threaten,
annexation. , .. ... . , r r
We believe thatthis hankering after something
that we have not been able to get, has bad. a
most injurious effect on this country. . rWe- have
neglected to put our shoulders to the wheel,' as
we othenviscmigfat bare done; Lad we not liTed
in hopes of this .soBiething. turning up. .. We
nave been like 8 poor man waiting for his rich
unule to die, or s gambler for a turn in bis luck.
It is "time the idea of either reciprocity or
armeration" oe dropped once Tor all. Let iw
depend upon our own resources, and upon, the
markets 'of 1 the' world,', and 'make the most of
opportunities which wc liave, and of which no
one can deprive us. t "
..Wc believe tlie time will soon arrive when the
civilized nationSjOf the .earth will, occupy them-'
selves more in studying bow low they can fix the
duties on their own imports, than in indeaxoring
to lower the duties imposed by their neighbors
fof.if they. place. them. too "Ligbyit ia their. bwa
loss,' and their own business. The; consumer
pays the duty. " Our sugars, for instance, taking
at least an average of our different grades, nct
ns about thc same thing in San Francisco, Auck
land, Sydney and Melbourne, whilst the duties are
different at each port ranging from' about cents
to Zka cents per pound. The consumer in each
country pajs this difference, or tho duty ; we do
not. In fine, we look upon the mutfi discussed
" ' "-r . .
high duties on our eugarB in San Francisco, as a
good deal of a bug-bear, inasmuch as they pay it
themselves, and to-day, for our beet grades, they
pay us a higher price, and pay their own high
duty besides, than we can nctt for these grades
in Australia, where the duties are much less.
If reciprocity or annexation became the policy
of the United States (which at present is not the
case) , and we had our coveted treaty, the firet event
to destroy our fool's paradise might be to find
Cuba annexed without the preliminary reciprocity
treaty. With Cuba, as' an 'American State,
supplying the markets of the rest of the Union,
with duty free sugar, we should hardly bc ina
better position with a reciprocity, treaty, than,
we are to-day without one. We; however, are
inclined to interpret the views of the American
people, as desiring neither reciprocity treaties
nor the annexation of new States. On the
contrary we think we notice a growing" desire
amongst them, to keep strictly within ..their
present 'ample boundaries, to concentrate their
-' . m s m . '. f A. -JVl
energies, to pay off tneir.aeoi as iaws pveoiuic.f;
tO reduce duties as rapidly as practicable, and tn
-K.n Ha1,1 mnn
fine to return as near as may be to the old motto,
which used to bo carried on their early flags,
" Free trade and Sailors Bights. They have
found by experience that -a" protective system aiid
a flourishing foreign commerce, particularly in
American built - vessels,7 are' incompatible. As
free trade principles prevail, reciprocity treaties
and annexation become, the less necessary. The
trade between any two countries must be recip
rocal, and by , trading freely together, each
annexes as . much of tho other, as will be of
substantial benefit to it. . .
, ""Drylnpf Trosli.
.' We are glad to see a movement, on v; several
plantations, with the object of artificially drying
the trash, so that it can pass direct from the mill
through the trash drying apparatus and into . the
furnace thoroughly dry, without delay and with
out being once" exposed to the7 open air in our
showery climates. :. " ii.t r "f-
The loss all our plantations have Buffered from
damp trash has been literally incalculable. ' It
is not so much the actual expense involved in
spreading it out to -dry ,. getting it wet, and taking
itin again, but it is the. stoppage of all boiling
operations, and the inefficiency of those operations
with imperfectly dried trash that entails the
ITT M tout IrtJSd
... We tave on been 6anguine that there are
several practicable ways of drying trash, but the
apparent first expense of the apparatus and the
want of faith in their efficiency lias hitherto de-
I tcrred most of our planters from energetically
following up the experiment. We are happy to
state, however, that one of our first , planters is
now ' prepared to spend ten thousand dollars to
j effect ' the object if .it cannot be done for less.
We believe it can be done for far less. We are ac
quainted with the details of one or two plans
which are now being put in practical operation,
but we do not know how far thc originators of
them care, for the present, to make these details
i outside of our paper will be found an extract
r . - , . 0 . 1 , lr i i . - ,
lrova tkhkie. Scientific Arntncan by winch it will
. , .
i , . , .
& 19 kCpt 18 8
' Lut there re many of our smaller rl
vvva w V , vlaUV k7tA 1J W fcVllJI j OXJ AJmi CmO 1JU
a drier. '
that use no steam. We believe for these, a Biuall
furnace with a long flue, over which is laid, say
thirty to fifty feet long by six feet wide, of cast
iron plates, and the trash raked slowly down from
the mill along these plates would answer every
purpose the whole ,of Course to be under cover.
The waste heat from the flues immediately sug
gests itself; but we should much prefer to try a
separate small furnace, so as to get what heat may
be found requisite .without tampering with the
furnace or the draft of the boiling apparatus.
We arc satisfied we shall see a valuable im
provement arise from the present determination
pf some of .our most energetic planters and mana
gers, not to beat thc mercy of every rain' cloud
lor the success of their sugar boiling operations.
Do You Want to Spend an Evening of
. I; - RICHEST ENJOYMENT 7
Co to Kaumakapili Church on
LEOATION OF TUB UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
; i i ' Honolulu, November 15tb, 1870. .
T'lIK ATTENTION OP CITIZENS OP THE
United States, residing-in this kingdom, is respectfully
called to the following Proclamation by the President of the
United States of America.. In compliance with the recoin
meadstions tuoreii -contained,- divine Services wiU he per
formed .in the Uhurch on the corner of Fort and Beretania
SUeels,Nm TUCKS I) AY, November 21th current, at 11 A. M.
N HENRY A. PKIKCE, U. 8. Minister Resident.
By th' Ptfjulent af the United SLatam, A Proclamation .
Whr.rtat, it behooves a people sensible of their dependence
on tlie Almighty, publicly and collectively to acknowledge their
gratitude fur his ivor autl mercy, and humbly beseech for
tliefr continuance " ' '
.. And, IV kertas, tlie people of the United States, during the
year now atenu) to end, hare cause to be thankful for the gen
eral prosperity, abumUnt harvests, exemption from pestileuue,
foreign war and civil strife ;
Aoi. Tkmrtmre, be it known, that I, C. S. Ghast, Presi
dent of the United Statea. concurring in any similar reoom-aaeadUloiia-
from Chief. Magistrates of Htstes. do hereby
recommend to all citizens lo meet in their respective places of
worship, on Thursday, the 34th Say mt November best, to give
thanks for the bouoty of God during the year about to close.
.and to sappticnte for-a eentinaance hereafter. ' 1 1 - '
In witness whereof I have set my hand, and caused the seal
of the United Stmes to be affixed.
Done at the City of Washingt .n, Uiis 2lst day of October, In
the year of oar Lord one thousand eight hundred and seventy,
8mi of the Indepeofienof! of the Uoited States, the ninety, fifth.
- (digued,) , U. S. GRANT.
By the President, . ' -
Hamilton Fi--n, Secretary of State.
A SECOXD-IIANW PIANO FOR
SALb.-: t Inquire ao t .
0. OS BERETANIA STREET.
PARTIES .WJIO . REQEIVED IMMI.
grants by the-whip-"Solo," re notified (Bat the amount
due on each contract is (164. psyahle at the OlBce of Adams
.Wilder, on.the EOth flsy.of iavembet: ' i i .i .1. t
nia SAM'L G. WILDER, Agent.
' -NOTICE !
star at Public Aoetion at the Gorerwrneut .d,
PikMOA on ThmHiv: Nnvmnlwf I at T ? nvl.-l.
iBooo, 1 black rwlkack, branded )ii on the richt
side. One ear is cut off, the other slit. I cow, branded I on
right side, and has st slit in one ear. Also. 1 sorrel bone :
brand not decribaile. , ' ." P. KAAlAllL'A,
Pauoa. Not. 13th It " ' ' Gov't Pound Master.
' NOTICE. '"
r3- , A LL DEBTS CONTRACTED BVTHB
Crew of the C 5. S. " ST. MARY'S," are unau
thorised, and will net be paid.
IJeut. Commander, Executive Officer.
, Honolulu, Not. 19, 1870. : . vv . lt
NO DOUBT OF IT WHATEVER!
. " 5,0 DOUBT OP WHAT!
NO DOCBT, BCTTUAT YOU WILL LAUGH TILL TOUR
' - - SIDES ACUEWn EN YOI '. "'."
HEAR MR. SHALL SING THOSE COMIC
lit - riECi?. at - ;r .
Kan Tnakapili, Tuesday Evening.
. .. . , . jk 1 -i i . . i . - -
The merchant's Jlanual,
CONTAINING THE HAWAIIAN TARIFF
and Part Kegu'atlooa, treaties with foreign powers, and
other useful information to foreign correspoiMlents. Price 50
cents each. For aaie by . .
nltt . . - . ' . n. M. WHITNEY.
Pianos ' For Sale.
aw ' ONE PINE TCTAVE ROSEWOOD
t--i-V-rl ST KIN WAY 1'lAXd. wilh carved less a venr an.
perk and rch-toncu iustrusaeot. I'rice. iioo.
OD we-i RTBKii,'7.Nr?' mJT
legs,. a very superior instrument. Price. $400, fto arrive.)
Also, all the Late Popular Piano Music.
o. ; S III . For Sale -by - : ' n. M. WHIT.VKV.
f ' O Mi
II lj F F U "ill S II A li li !
OPERATIC AND BALLAD
3NT G 3E3 R.TS!
LAST NIGHT OF THE SEASON !
THIS EVENING, SATURDAY,' NOV. 19 !
it V: ' PKOGRAMMK PART FIRST i
Orertare Semeretnedi. (piano)... The Sisters Rosina ft Fannie
Operatio SrfscUon ' The Kwbantrens"...., Company
Scorch 8ong -te Lnud o the lieal'...., Miss Fannw
gong-r"G.d ByeSweethear." .....Mr WsllerSherwiB
Valse Rrlli ante t vocal) II licio. Miss Kosina
Dust. ..The srfauers Isabella and Lirxie
Character Sonr - Kaly rsbaugl.esly,, , -Mr. 8raall
Ballad Auld Robin Ueaiy" Madame Carandim
Duet When Shall seMert" (tilerer) - " " " 7
The Sisters Rosina and Fannie
Ajx Interval of Ten Minutes.
' V ' I 1 I
. , part second 1
i introduction fplano) The Sisters Bosinand Fannie
Operatic Selection " From the Vallej a and Hills.. ..Company
j VptiTe Song Jei3ivt prein," Mias Fannie
j f.vui -""SL Con,n.D,
Character Song u The Cnfortunate Man"... ...... .Mr. hmall
Trio Ti Preeo..... ........ The Sisters Rusina and Fannie, ami
. . Mr. Walter Sherwin
allad Wh do I Weeh fbr Thee. . .'. . . . .MadAoie Carandini-
Xrio I'm not Uie Queen," from Balfe's Opera of the Rose
. of Castille The Sisters Uosina and FaDnie, and
- 'i- Mr. Walter Sherwin
ADMISSION : Jf ' "2 . 1 -
Front Seats. $1.50. , Second Seats, l.OO.
'- Children half-price. -
Doors Open at 7 o'clock. Concert com mence at 7:30.
Gentlemen boldina; Season Tickets can secure Seats eTery
morning on application to Mr. Thos. Tbrum, Stationer, 'on
Merchant Street., where a plan of the Hail may be seen.
CONCERT and BENEFIT
TO " ' " -
... ... r-tPn." , . ..;, jr-
Monday Evening, November 21.
. '; ' ' , 4 i -pROORAMME PART FIRST: ; 4 ,
OTerture " Le Noize di Fifc'aro,n-Moxart),
. . ; :.t".-' Mieaes Rosina and Fannie
Duet, The Sound of Harps Angelical," (Donizetti)
Miss Rosina and Mr. Walter Sherwin
gong,: Rocked In the Cradle of the Deep,".... Miss Fannie
Ballad, 44 Home r?weet Home," Vadame Carandini
Du.et, "Oh, ye Voices Gone,". . ..Misses Isabella and Lizzie
Character Songs, No. 1, 44 The Iriuh School Master,"
No. 2, "Pats and Potatoes," Mr. J. Small
gong. " Ring ou Sfc'eet Angelus," (liound) ...Misa Rosina
Duet, "Norma," (Bellini). . . Mdme Carandini & Miss Rosina
INTER VA Li O P T E N "M I N V T E S .
PART SECOND t
Grand Operatic Selection, from Balfe's Favorite Opera The
BOHEMIAN GIRL Company
Introducing the followiug popular pieces "From the Val
' leva and IlillH." "The Dream," Thnmeh the World,"
"When other I.ips," "Heart Bowed Down," "The Fair
Land of Poland," "Oh What Delight." i :
Ballad " Constance" Miss Llszie
Cnvatina " Robert toi que j'anie," (MeyerlwrJ...Misa Rosina
Character bona "Hamlet".......' Mr. J. Small
Ballad "Thou art Gone from my Gaie".. Madame Carandini
Seranaile (Schubert) ....Mr. Walter Sherwiu
gong "Peacefully Slumber" ..Miss Isabella
Misses nosioa aau sannie
jrved Seats, $1.50.
i commence at 7:30.
available at this Concert.
TUESDAY EVENING, NOV. 22d.
riMIR CARANOINIS W ILIfilVK A BEX.
Jl EflT CONCERT to the ItUlLUlNO FUND of the Wai
kiki Chorch, at the t Humnkapili Churcli, at 7:30 P. M.. on
TUESDAY EVENING. The following fine programme will
be sung.- . . .
OTerture "Bohemian Girl" (piano)
, . .The Sisters Kosina and Fannie
Duet " Where are the Friends of my Youth ?'
" . Miss Isabella and Mr. W. Fheiwin
Song "Lore's Request.! MiAS Fannie
Chinese Soti " Cluing, Clung, Chow, Chow" Mr. Small
Duet -4 What are the Wild Waves Sayimi?"
The Sisters Isabella and Lisxie
Song "Irish Emigrant" Mml;ime Carandini
Grand Choi us 4 Now Tramp o'er Moss and Fell," (Bishop)
JNTEI&Y AI OP TEN MINUTES. -
. . PART SECOND: ' .
Introduction" Pretty Birds" (i'lano)
The Sisters Rosini and Fannie
Qnartette -"The Spinning Wheel". Company
iong "The Bonnie Hills of Sco'.lind" Miss Fannie
Song and Chorus " Come Home Father". . ..Miss Kosina and
. , Company
Character Song " I Wish I Was a Fish"... V.Mr. Small
Song Beautiful SUr".. ............... .Ma lame Carandini
Duet "Sister Elves"... ..The Sisters Rosina and Fannie
Song "Mullie's Kaitli"., Miss Isabella
"Gipsies Laughing Chorus" ...Company
Jhe Patronage of the Public is Solicited.
Tickets 50 Cents. Reserved Seats $1.00.
Go b Mr. II. K.! Whitney and see a plan of the House. -
TICKETS FOR. SALE at Wbiiueys, Thrum's, No. 10, Castle
it Cooke's, and at the Door.
Remember at Kaumakapili Church Tues-
day Evening. H i;.
Doors open at 7 P. M. : Concert begins at 7:30 Promptly.
TO ARRIVE EX BA1IK NABOB
FRO tVl . BOSTO N
ALES AMOSKEAQ DENIMS,
Casesc White Cotton Thread, ,, , , , -. , ,
I'. Bales' Mdik Rubber Hose.' " lfii i5
Cases American Blacking,
.IV T;Hr; 1! Cases Hunt's Handled Axes, 1
. ..r- . . 7-, Cases Charcoal Irons, . ,
'Csea McMtrrraye Oysters," - - ' - '
Kegs Saltpeter (oondesamitre),
' : ' 1 Barrels Turk's Island Salt, etc., etc. '
ALsoi-i : -5o6
CASES OF LADIES' GAITERS!
Balmorals. ( Kid. Shippers. , :?
Cases Men's "Boots and Shoesj
,1N GREAT VARIETY;
ASH SO OX EXPECTED TIA HUM,
, . AN KNDLESS VARIETY OF r .
.-i'.:.. 'J--';' 1 ; ji ,-ui...,i. J,.0;.;;4Ar:
New and Desirable Goods !
SELECTED WIT II THE J
Greatest Care Expressly for this Market,
: ' "-sren-as2' ' r J
D RY C O O D
SILK, WOOLEN .AND ; COTTON
DRESS CO ODS!
&C, &C, ' . ., &c
For Snlo to Arrive
M3m , By THEODiC HElTK.
TEr DEAIER, tOFFEE ROASTER,
No. 59 Fort Street. Honolulu.
British Bark Castlehow!
ORK HAMS. SMALL, ABOUT 11 LBS.
i JSACB. ; f v y ri
York Hams, large, about 18 lbs. each; . . .-UL.
Englislt XJIiccsc in tins,
FROM 61$ TO TEN POUNDS.
, ROAST. PriEASANT.-.yVHQLE, .
- -in tins.- 1
Roast Partridge, whole, in tins :, . j i. i i -J
Koast Fowl, whole, in Wns;l f , f v ... m
'',''... ' . ' ' . . .' ', , Jugfc-ednare, In 2 Its. Una; :.
PaU de foi gran. Pate d Patridpe, 1
Pale de Plorer, ( Pate de Quail,
, ,? -.) rj jA . Fate 4e IVoodcook, Pat de Snipe.
jFicsIi Triilllk' in bottles.
. ! ' V.
Fresh Mackerel, 1 and 2 lb. tins i
. . ' Leiblg'a Extract of Meat,
Potted D.ftcf, , Ham., anJ . Tongne !
; i . ' . - ." -, Oxford Sausage. ,' I , . .';.';;-! '
Smoked Ilerriners, In tins.
Cod Roes in 1 lb. tins.
CASES SARDINES, 1-2 Tins.
t .; .- . ,-!' ; I : j 1- 1- ' i.. J ii. J .- ' -I- -i . r ;
Cases Sardines, qr. tins.
1 Kuves for opening. Sardines, "
' ' " : ' ' Petit Pois in'butter.
r , : ;.-i.. petit Pols; u natural j
French Mushrooms, ; ' ! ?.' ";
French Asparagus, French Chocolate.
ENGLISH PIE FRUITS!
.-. Cases Knglish Pickles. Case English' Jelliesy ;
Cases English Jams in 1 and 2 lb. tins.
Cases Orarjge Marmalade. -
Lea & Perrin's Worcestershire Sauce
.'J AsHorted Sauces, EnflishJ tn: S
Soyers Relish, Spanish Oliver, French Olives,
- ' French Capers, pints and half pints.
French Mustard, Maligatawny Paste,
E IVOIISIl JfltJ ST A KD !
THE FINEST QUALIFY.
English Mustard, superfine; . i y .
English Ground Pepper in gass,
' Sacks Whole Black Pepper, ) '' ( -t
Cayenne. Pepper, small bottles t
Whole Cassia ia 7 lb tins $
. t ' i ; l . ttutmegs in 7 lb. tins ;
i 'Bleached Whole Ginger, in 14 IH. tins; t
Mixed Spice in half pint bottles -
Assorted Kxtrcta,'Knglis1i : ' ;' ' " )- "
tJ ; .tVin.egaMn pint and qt. bottles for tabje use, , .lt
Table Salt iu glass jars, English Herbs.
Ground Mint, hf pt. bottles, Ground Sage, hf pt. bottles,
Omund Parsley, hf pt. bottles."-'
Ground Thyme, hf pt. bottles, Rice Flour Iu 4 lb tins.
Tapioca iu 4 lb tins. . : . -
ROUND SCOTCH OATMEAL 4 lb. tins.
Fine Scotch Oatmeal in 4 lb tins; ' i
Pearl Barley In 4 lb tin's. Split Peas in barrrels,
Pea Flour lor soups in 1 and 2 Jb tins, .
Sparklirjg Gelatine in 1 and 2 oz. packages.
Cream Tartar in hf lb bottles, Carb. Soda, hf lb bottles.
Sultana Raisins, in 4 lb. tins.
Fine Currants in 4 lb tins,
Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel in 7 lb tins, ',
Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel in 2 lb glass jars,
Crystalized Mixed Fruits in 2 lb glass J;irs, ;
Crvstalized Green Gages in 2 lb glass jars,
Crystalized Pears in 2 lb glass jars,
Smyrna Figs in 2 lb glass jars, '' '
Mollo Kisses la 2 lb glass j ira,
French Prunes in 2 lb glass jars, Barcelona Nuts,
English Biscuits, in small. tins.
Osborne Biscuits in small tins, Ginger Nuls, small tint.
Gold Bon Bons ia tins of S dot each.
Silver Boh Sons in tins of fldoa each. 1 - '
Varigated Don Bons In tins of 8 do each.
The above Goods have been selected
H l WITH GREAT CARK.: AND ' "
Packed by'one of the first houses in Europe,
TOR SALE BY' ' ' ' x i
, run; i
HENRY MA V.
1 '. No;: 5 O Fort Street.
Per Steamer Moses Taylor
Due ou llic 21st Instant,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
CALIFORNIA SMOkED HASlS,'
California Smoked Bacon, streaky, --
Califouia. Cream Cheese "Mesr Paelflc Codfish,
. Fresh California Lard, 6 lb. and 10 lb. tins..
11-. ! u : -.- . ; . ;
, Preserved, Meats, &c. .
Cases Sausage Meat, Cases Mince Bleat,
Cases Rosat Beef, Cases Koast Mutton, " "
Cases Koast Olilcken, ste., etc
(. Cases, Assorted Meats, .
, Cases Assorted Soups. ,
j. - -a... cases Soap and BoulH,
- r i . , t Cases Vtu&tiaugs, etc.
COL.U M CI A RIVER SALMON !
1 and 2 lb. .(Ins.,
Cases Tomato Catsup, - .. .. Cases Peeled Tomatoes,
.: j.,, ... Cases Asparagus, , Cases Green Corn, . ,
j-; Cases Qreee f ess. ;
. CASES CUTTINGrS1 jABLt FRUITS I
Cases Cutting's Pie Fruits,' assorted,' ' '
Cases Cuuing's Table Eex Plume, " '. -Cases
Couinr's Table Apricots.
' Cases Cutting's Table Cherries.
nUVJJDRl ED AJ RL ESI
IN HALF BARRELS.
- ' 't';i.
IVew dried Peaelic
' Cases Assorted Spices, Cases Dried Sage, - , i ?l
' Cass. Sweet Majuram, Case Hint Parsley and Tbyms.''
IBVeslx English. 'Waalkiixts,
FRESH SOFT SHELLED ALM0ND3,
Fresh Wine, Sod& Wafer, Water and Milk
Fresh Jenny Ltnd Cakes, '
rs .'' -f Cases Saleoo Bread,. -
t i 8 - Boxes Saloon Bread.
Golden Gate Extra Faiiiny Floiif.
' " Golden Gate Baker's Extra Flpur, ' . , . '
Golden Gate Superfine Flour, . .t -
Golden Gate Graham Floor, hf. and qr. sa As,
email Baga Oatmeal, Small bags Bj-a bleak '
BOXES PRESH APPLES.
BAGS NEW HUMBOLDT 'POTATOES !
Bags Oregon Oats, Bags California Brae , :''
!t y Bags Wheat, Bags Chicken Feed, Bags of Corn. i
nl 2t '59 FORT STREET.
LADIES' I-AJCR, !
THE LADIES OP HONOLULU WILL
HOLD A FAIR ON
Thursday Evening, November 24,
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK,
V . - A - FOR THE y " ? '.
Benefit of the Ladies 'Benevolent
r.. c sociETr. :i
The :i ' drab Box ' be Open ia ' the
' :'-.V;- , .; AFTERNOON. .
TicUrls to he had at the Stores of E. o Haff & Ron J T
Waterhouse, and C. L. Richards c Co.. and'at the ' .
and at the Door,
ADMISSION .... FIFTY
New Goods, New Goods !
STIV1 R. MOSES TAYLO R,
ID xx o JKT ovo xxx fc o x- aa.
CASES CALIFORNIA HAMS.
Cases California Barou, streaky.
Cases California Smoked Beef,
. i f '? . ; . i - . Cases Pacikb Codfib, .i ''': l"
1 Cases California Cream Cheese1.
Cutting & Co's Preserved Meats !
Roast Beef, Roast Mutton, Roast Teal,
i : . i-l Soup and Bouilli, Sausage Meat; H ! t
Roast Chicken, and Roast Turkey.
Cutting fc Co's Tin 'Fruits !
Peas, Peaches, Apples. Quinces, , '
Apricots, Plums, Egg Pums,
..'. : - Green Gages aw! Cherries. ,
Tins ol Crackers,
- - ' , r
, ' . Deitb, Star A CampbelL 1
HUlc, Wafer, Wine,. Water, Soda . and- Jenny LinI Cakes.
Cases jOriccl Peaclicsi,
. Barrels Dried Apples.
Cases California Onions, - ' I
.... , Cases California TurniiMi, ,
Barrels Fine California Potatoes,
l ' I - I r V
Hf. and Qr. , Boxes Layer Raisins.
a-. . Bags. Almonds and Walnuts, $ ?
i ; Cases McMarray'a Oysters 1 and S lb tins.
CALA. OATS, CALA. BRAN, ' .".l-. ,
' " CALA. WHEAT FOR CniCKKN FEED.
For Sale Low at - ,rfn i
H. E. MOINTYRK BROS. '
Patronize Home Institutions !
Kaumakapili on Tuesday, Even'g
AND HEAR THE ;
Carandinis Sing to Benefit the Building
Fund of the Waikiki Church.
i ! ' t
B. O. H ALU 8c SOW
t t . - 5 i ; . ' 2 r . . . ti Si d.i.ir.it '
rf AVE ON HAND THE BEST ASSORT
II ment of COOKINO STOVES ever offered iu Honolul
among which may be found Um standard family
Xo. 1, S, S. t aiiil S. '
THE MODEL 'COOK,
,K, 4, FINE STOVE FOR A LARUE FAMILY.
THE IATTERIV COOK
Nos. 2 Ac. 3. Bcautllul Paiuily Store.
THE ' BAY STATE STOVE!
- - Nos. O and 9.''
. i ' . ; - '
A well known durable pattern ; the No. 5, for u Large Board
ing lloow, Restaurant ec Hotel
THE BARSTOW COOK !
" '" Jiou. 2 Si. 4, for Small St Lor.e Family
Till', SA11 I'IjE t'OOK, IVo. 3,
'' For a Medium Family!
9 to v o !
For a Small Family or Ship's Cabin. , ,
! 4f. ALS0-r'l , "
CABOOSES FOB SCHOQNEHS AND
LARGER VESSELS, Nos. l.'a, 3, "and 4, for wood
i-U .. i i.i - r . -..!.'. - ii- v :..; -. 1 '.. '
Also. Farmers1 Caldrons
A Tery useful boiler, with furnace, lor Dairks and Plantations.
All ; the cthove STOyES' With'Forniture
1. . COMPLETE, 'AN l PIPE.
At Prices7 ; to Suit 1 the tTimes.
JUST RECEIVED EX fc C. WYLIE I
-fj O TONS BRIGHT FENCING WIRE,
JL Ami 2000 Bundles Best Eogtfsh Boofi Irbd, assd. sises.
Fire Bricks, square and areb.
inh I FipeOlay, Flrt CUy.S Oai Boats, tor ooester's as. ';
Black mm White Marble Tflesv -Tlt
iA ,.-.-oO Tons Liverpool Bait, 20 M. Roofing SlateV, ' " ! J
Manila Rope, 200 colls, , M, aod 11-4 Inch.
100 Pieces Russia Ravens Duck; -
Scotch Hemp Canvas, .'.1rj-L
Kagle Sail Twine, Monte Yellow Metal and Nails,
, Casks hheet Zinc, ) .'. , - 'A a i. T o A
v , 6000 feet 1-2 inch Oa vaulted Iroa Pipe, 'j
Bundles Sheet Iros), light , .) '.
West Hartlev Steam Coal. . .
au votes oi raper uanguigs, aasoneo -t , tj
Bales Corks, Detnijohus, Marktt BaskeUi j
Tr i'Buga'r Boiler's Thermometers, - '; "ij'i : j'I
- Iron Tinned Sauce Pans and Tea Kettles," '
Iovomv of English Baddly.li:
o8& . , For Sale br . , H HACKFELB A Oet
the BRiTisn and'foreign . 4
MAR INE INSURANCE COM P'Y,
(LIMITED.) . -
ACRCAT.TheuSJ. I 'tASK
specUlly. adyantageoua. m-- - t,,
THE NOBTHEBN ASSUBANCE COMFY
i ... i is$aej lire Liie rtiucics
: aw twmrw BSt.AaX.
OX THK Ivltssa mtm dciva mt-
CUim. Loasea Uled VXK, AaPB. ,
oiaiy - . : r,--rrt-f-i
I"ircivool 1 Firewood!
PROPONAliS AltC Kr,nuMir,j ni u.
.iMiirml from narta. havsnc fire wood for ale, to fur
nish from one hotwired to three hwWred cords of Firewood, to
be delivered at Lali.iina or at some landius; on the other islands
before February, 1871. . Parties are mioested to communicate
immediately with C. BREWER tr CO., Honolulu,
ol5 2m ., , w r. . Aiir.a., t-snaina.
i ill Mil v W
'North Pacific Transportation Company.
San Francisco and, Honolulu Konlf.
Tber Csssspsiiiya Spldtsttid A 1 8 tea a skip
MOS E S TA Y L OR !
R.8.FL01D, - - COMMANDER. ;
... .Will Lratr Sstct Fraisieisc. v
On or about.
. ...... . November' I?th
Will Lrare IIbbsI as las.
On or about..".... November 14th
Cargofor San Francisco will .lie sereired at aU times in the
steamers W arehouse and reeeipu for the same given by the
mderiiBBed. . N ebarge lor Stuamire o CbpUb. .. ' I . J
-. Fire risks in H arehouse not tekea by the turn pany. f
Insuranea guarantsed at lower rates than by sailing vseasts.
Particular cars taken of shipments of Frsut. ,.'
. BhlpmenU from Europe and the United States, intended
jbese Island., wul be received by the Company in San Fran
toTfli ,cm,,;ned to them, and be forwarded by their Steamers
to llnoluu,ree ,tkmrg,, except actual outlay, t n ,
0iJPTVr1rlr y requested its lake the! Tieketsf UTe M
ah V aaiitng, and to procure their Passports,
o'clock oBi!f,'.,,lrtJb" S"m" ""at be presented belore 1
UrBr.i'Ll'""' lo Uy over till
. . . ' """r io. seuicBietia -
08 3m '
H. 11ACKTELP A CO., Arents.
To Australia and New Zealand.
'" 111 Steaas Packets, .
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIPS
1,450 T.-....M..:.... J Stewart, Caaa'r.
CITY of I?IEMIOUUiE.
1,SOOTms-....4 T. Gralager, Casar,
Will run regularly between Honolulu aod the above norts
eimnectlng at Ilonolnfa with the NorUi Pacific lrao.pirvatioa
., AOIDTTS AT
noBOUTUr. f WILLIAM L. GREEN.
Accklamd ..-CRUICXSHANK, SMART CO.
B,D-,T ...II. It. HALL, U. . Consal.
el 3m i
PORTJLAIVP, OREG Oi.
THE FAST BAILING BARKENTINE
JANE A, FALKINBURG,
WM. CAT II CART. MASTER.
For Freight or Passage, having Superior Aeoorauiodalloos fof
Cahln Passengers, apply to
CASTLE A COOKE, Agents,
IIaw:iii;ni I'aeltct JLinc
THE A 1 CLIPPER BARK
D. C. MURRAY,
BENNETT, Master. .. '
Will ne due on or about the 10th of October, and will sail 6
the above port , ., i , ,
'.-.On Saturday, November 19th.
t , For freight or passane, having superior aoooaimodallsaa fur
cabin and steersge passengers, apply to
,.8, ; v i t WALKER A ALLEN, Agents.
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Sydney nm Tflelbouriic,
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.LITtftfA, FIJI ISLAND8.
THE A 1 BRITISH .
J. A. THOMPSON, Commander.
Will Juive Quick ' Dispatch -fur the above jxfi.
For Freight or Passage, apply to .
II. HACKFELD A Co.
THE A 1 HAWAIIAN CLIPPER BARK
i JR. C. WYLIB,
II. UALTERM ANN, Commander. ,
Will Sail for Vu attoie J'oii ttUL 'DipatcJi.
Fer Fregbt or Passage, apply to
, o29 2t i H. HAC KFELD A Co-
C. IlKUWlsK fc avs Lirwi:
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The fu&oxcUv)' V enacts will Leave Hut Hill or
rV& -s- -x. -s-'i
IOLA 1ST I !
ROTES'- .... -'- - MASTER.
-FOLLOWED BY THE AMERICAN ' '
S. CLIPPER SHIP CEYLON !
WOODS"- . - - . MASTER.'
.FOLLOWED BY THE AMERICAN
CLIPPER BARK HABO B !
:8IIATSWELL '- - - - - - MASTER.'
C. BREWER A CO., Ants, '
.... Market Wharf.
.b ilTOXt KOIIAL.A.
- ; MELL1SII. Mat".' ,,i
Will run as a Regular Packet le the above port. Fur Freight
-nw"oTP!',r.t0 i WALKER ALLEN. AmmrtmJ
Regular Packet for Hanalel, Katial.
THE CLIPPER fCUOONF.R
SMITH. MASTEIt "
. , For Freight passage apply to
-' oi am
WALKER A ALLIN.
PER J. A. FALKIIlOUnG
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It':. T'l.. 1. 1
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OF. THOSE. SUPERIOR
For Sals by
BOLLE8 A Co.
OREGON OATS !
PER' FALKINBCR0 ',
'hbixta a cm.
'"'I-"- IN gJLfc. 4 Ll. AND Lfc- CAMR.
f-mmJ t .!'.. 't1'-A BMALL iHTOICR ''' ''' '''U
, Beceifed per Wonga Wonga Direct
Very 8v per ior Quality, and a Good Aieortmeht.
' o 8m 1 ' for Bale' by BOLLEfl st Co.
CALIFORNIA PRESERVED MEATS,
IN 2f Lb. CANS.
ECEIVED PER MOSES TAYLOR, AND
For BsJo pt
stoma Co. '
HAWAII AH BEEF!
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o29 Sm ., .....
BOLLEI At. C.
FRESH 1EIOi, i 13 lb.
flAKS, DIRECT FROM PORTLAND.
, 9'Zw Sm
.For Sale by
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