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SZZ- FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1871.
.of the ship Galatea, 15 d.iys from San
for Hoi.gkoiif, we hare dale to the
, the 'ri'
Frd in New York, March 29th, t 1KH, and Sterling
yp-eat 109i2110s. Legal Tenders aeUinj at 81 J.
, goo Franciaco market for Hawaiian sugar waa firm, at
the recent decline, with an tmprored feeling. Low grocery
grades were acarce and wanted. Medium to choice Hawaiian
grade were quoted at 9ll)c per fi.
The market for rice wu alack, and the deman 1 Tight. Ha
waiian aaoted at 65jc per ft. A lot of 600 bag Hawaiian
waa announced at anrtion.
Tbe brig Curlew, hence Cr Ran FrancUc on the llih. re
tamed thia morning in dUtresa, baring encountered a gaie.
KS- wiil repair and aail about Tuesday next.
SATURDAY, APRIL 15.
Our columns are open to all contributor, writing on matters
of general interest, and avoiding personalities ; but we do not,
by admitting correspondence, endorse tbe views expressed.
A Literary guttle-Fish.
There is a well known animal, named hj natu
ralists the cuttle-fish, in common parlance, a
quid, that i? provided by nature with a curious
The hark R. r. WW, 4 Ujs from Rydner, with coals, ar- ( contrivance n a means of defence. It has a little
bladder tinder the throat, containing a dark
liquid, and when the creature is pursued by its
The fatifkow sails to-morrow lor Sydney, with nearly a ( enemies and in danger of being captured, it
ejects the liquid and discolors the surrounding
water to such a degree that the pursuer lose
f igbt of his prey, which thus escapes. We were
reminded of this trick of the cuttle-Gsh in read
ing the leading article of tbe Gazelle on emug
elinz. Our statement of last week to the effect
rived this morning.
The barks D. C. Murray and Comet are both advertiied to
leare on Toes-lay next tor !an Francisco.
J The unlucky 6teamer Kilauea is in trouble
again. Of all the various speculations by the
Ministry in laying out tbe public funda, this
Inter-island Steam Communication Enterprise,
while from its nature it baa been a great and
valuable convenience, has always been a most
costly, ill-managed, and unfortunate one. From
tbe time of ber arrival here in 1860, up to the
present date, the Kilauea has cost a vast deal of
the public money in one way and another, so that
to-day it may bo fairly estimated that every roan,
woman and child in the country is interested in
her to the amount of SI -33 each, as ehe lies
piled up on the reef of Molokai. The only conso
lation in the matter is that the luouey bus been
raoetly expended in the country. As to the mis
management, that has always been patent, when-
full freiiht of island produce.
The steamer yxad may be looked (tr on innday, from
?aa Francisco, with eight days Utcr nws.
Th Whaiiso BiiKa. We dip the fallowing sogg?s
tire remarks from the New Bedford Mercury of March 8ih
W understand that the owners of whales ips here are coo
svder'cg the proposition U fitting only ooe-hnlf the ships that
arrire litis season, letting the others lie at tbe wharves, li is
mrged that the expenses of fitting, and especiafly of repairs,
re as area! that common prudence dictates tbe ccorte in
dicated i that the loss is less in this ay. th..n it would be in j
rading oat tbe entire H-et. It is to be hoped mat ttas prono
attioa will not he carried oat. possibly it may be food policy
for the shipowners ; at any rate, trying the experiment cannot
very seriously afWrl them. But it weald b disaster t- the
(Muioesa of onr rty, aod especially to the mechanics, who
look to the tttinrr ships t"f employment. The result most
A. Crtl from arariame llallltiii.
IIonoli lv, AprU 13, 1871
Meters. Black it Auld. Publishers of P. C. Advertiser .
Gkntlembs The appeal made by me, has been so gener
ously responded to, that it would be impossible for ine to
express my thanks Individually ; please therefore, in the mean
time, to be my interpreter in expressing my sincere gratitude
to all who hare contributed to the success of the Fair for the
benefit of the orphans and widows, either by articles aent, or
by thair juunctance or presence.
I do not know as yet the definite amount of the proceeds,
but I know that it is fully in accordance with tbe liberality of
the city of Honolulu.
Please to accept my best compliments.
Under the Patronage of the Good Templars.
GRAND ASSEMBLY on MONDAY EVE,
April 17th, 1871, at the
OLYMPIC HALL !
Dancing to Commence at 8 1-2 O'clock.
ever the Government has had the control of the
boat. The idea appears to have prevailed with i TICKETS, ONE DOLLAR EACH.
, i ..1 i - . e i n-. z r
Uiow: wno nave iiaa me aireciion ni ner auuuo,
not jiarticularly that ehe was public property,
and that they as the paid servants of the public
frauded, is met by the mild remark that " it is
very evident that some persons in this community
imagine that a large bubiness in smuggling is
carried on at this port." It is idle to deny, that
it is notorious that scores of very unimaginative
he, to force miy of tbe artisans to seek other business, if oof I peOI.Ie Can be found who knOXD that 6UCh has
to leare tit city. A better coarse, it strike us, is for the j 1 ... ,
wnertsf ships sod the meeban:cs who are OMtaily emvloyed
in Srrlrit rrl for sea, V meet, compare daum, freely discuss
tM situalina. and see whether some arrangement cannot be
wade, by which the basinets can be ontinacd. fh.powners goe8 aDout ,6 open wjH ljave aiTU.le
sad mechanics shoakj look the matter squarely in the face, r ' (
aod come to some definite understanding a to what will ad- j opportunity to learn that we were perfectly war-
ranee the interests of both. . . . . .
Ata.Aa Cn.w.-Th fr-ifowirg uk, which ha. heeo ; rnnt-"1 lu noting the existence of tLe system,
handed us, will show the terrible havoc mie during tbe war : and he might have fjiared himself the futile at
npoo tbe commercial marine of one of Hie firt maritime na- I ...
lions of the world. Tbe nr.mb.-r if resls dr.uojed by the i tempt to Cover up facts With dust, by lUllLUmg
pirates was as follows :
Alabama ................. CO Retribution ............... 5
ttVenwloah 3",-t. Ni. h U-i Z
Florid-t ' 3J rallx.iin 3
t'larr oce ...
....... 27 Nsshrille ...
....... -7 bVjstou ......
....... IS ?ajnnah ...
....... 3 l.jii r ....
were to run her for the public benefit and accom-
that the revenue of the country was being de- i modation, but that ehe was aisortof an appanage.
Or perquisite oi uoversueni ouichiib, uiuiuuiiiicu
primarily for their convenience and pleasure in
their journeys from island to island, and seconda
rily, to serve the public in such degree as whim
or caprice might dictate. Suggestions or com
plaints as to routes or time-tables were alike
i treated with contempt, or cieated astonishment
that the public, like the boy at Dotheboys, should
have the audacity to ask for more.
If we are correctly advised, there has been no j
necessity for the Government to undertake the
business of running the steamer. Private and
responsible parties, whose previous experience
and success in the business were sufficient guar
antee of their ability to perform the service Batit
factorily, were prepared and proposed to take the
entire management of the steamer and pay
! expenses for a term of years, for a stipulated sum
been tbe case, and who have no hesitancy in say
ing so. And the writer in the (Jazette, if he
If our having drawn attention to the subject
shall have the effect to put a 6top to the business.
We have no
TICKETS may he had at Mrs. Blsck'a. Mrs. Borrei'g, H. M.
r8 Whitney's, T. O. Thrum's, and M Mclnerny's. 2t
for she bi Tfli imwm
f our object will be accomplished
- . . . . . . , - 1 1
- wisn. nor wouiu it ie m iiie ieati aesiraoic. to i
j per annum, wiucn was quite rensormuie, anu a
than she cosis in (Joverniuent j
Superior Horrock's White Cotton, Printed Cottons, etc.
Also, FIFTY BBLS. ORCHARD CEMENT,
A Few Bbls. Plaster of Paris,
! Selected Jtzxtioiier-y,
Consitiiir of, English Letter Paper.
G od Blotting fuper. Fool-cap, ruied and unruled,
llristnl Bnard. Draaring Paper, Caids, Printed Envelopes,
Inkstands, etc., etc.
ALSO. ON HAND AND FOR PALE,
tO Com Corrugated Rnlranizcd Iron Tor
300 Sj-cwnd-hnml Gunny lings, suitable for
K. H. STANLEY.
A TTORXEY AXD COUNSELOR AT LAW.
J3k OFFICE in Rhodes' Ktre-proot uui.uiuk, uuu...m
W. H. DAVIS & T. F. MAETIN,
ACCOU'TNTS.&C. LEGAL AXDOTII'R
Documents drawn or eneroased. Slerchant a and
Trader's Cooks opened, written up and balanced.
HAWAIIAN TRANSLATING AND INTERPRETING by
W. H. Daia.
OFFICE, Queen St., opposite the Court Ilonse. lSni
FISCHER & ROTE
IfERCH A NT T A I I.ORS. FORT STREET,
i J opposite Odd Fellow's Hall. Honolnlo. H. I. alo ly
First duality, and'in Perfect Order !
RECEIVED PER COMET, and For Sale by
SELECTED BY HIMSELF EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MAE' O
Wonld call tbe attention of his patrons and the public generally to the
BW. BEAT ill fllMIT STYLES OF FIffi
A SMALL LOT OF THE REAL.
NO IV BEING OPENED AT HIS WARE ROOMS
o. 86 and 88 King Str
AXD WHICH WILL BE SOLD OX TITE MOST FAVORABLE TERMsTYi
AT TRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
BOLLtS k CO.
2 Ecu- 2; . . . . per annuui, w
Ceorra 10 York l rake up tbe r-ast tratiractions in this hr.e ol bnti- i
u::::::;:::::::: 1:::::::::::::::: ?!. if oni7 rror.r v.iance by the rrOI,r
-. ckamaus 4 MUc-uaooua 18 officers id txerci.d in the l'uture. The pus-ettioii t nanas. ieiue
200 Toum Slcnoi or Houaf) Coal.
Honoluln, April 12, 1971.
Just Iteccived per Syren
A SMALL LOT OF
FKESU PliUCr TOBACCO !
Of Superior Quality.
al5 2tn For Sale at F. A. SCHAEFER ti CO?.
33 ACRES OF
mm REAL ESTATE!
M S S
ON SATURDAY, - - APRIL 22d,
The Furniture Consist in part of the Following Articles :
3? ar lor 'Suits:
Black Walnut In balr cloth, dff rnt styles.
Black Val'nat In Rfps, dilT'rent stylre.
Tanel ieia. norelty In tL
Black Walnut Centre Thlei. m trble tops, rsrioos patterns and sices,
Ladies' an I Gentlemen's ty Chairs, walnut and mahoyane. .
MahoKaor and Black Walnut Sofas Tete, Round and Punam s,nd. U-
Walnut WLat Kots wall mnt
Walnut Standing and Hanging Hat Troos with Mirrors, latesUH
OTTOMAN S square and round.
WALNUT iXl CALirOKNU I
PAINTED. CI1ESTNIT. .
JLa o u ii pr e h of"
Common. French, and Clipper, fli.lshed with any mat-rial required. ALPO-A NEW PATENT RED
first ever Introduced nere, is a late Calilurnia invention, wnere tne
v o v y
demand Is far in ranees of the aupii;
W. L. GREEV.
ides which, t!ie agents propobtd to at i
that any one who eome co-niz:uit of illicit onc ,D8Ure l,ie TCesei against iops a precaution
ALES, WINES & LIQUORS
traffic fchouJJ make theiu.lvcs eliauipions of j which strange to way, lmo never jet been taken, j
. . . i rr, I I ! 1
. . amoaniinr to over SlOU.QuO.OOfl; in actnal rah value '
; nonurea million oouars oi commercial capiuii uarnra m ... . ' ti . i l,, "
i.e, or nnk t the bottom of the fcy mbjaT uf " ritjt against wrung ' Dv at once turning in- ie j ...cu.i.. . o .
r Ubn. U .n i..ielli.n,t tmm who cold not I " . e - . . ... . h , f I 'HHE l'XI)KRIOXEI) HAS FOR SALE
r i . . AM ad wAf wax? lunnl w n, . .1 ... I . a ... in aiIlt- 111 UK IIIIII ! I.I I lit n lit li IILI'll I irl t - MR . ..nm-r. w . r-. w-t -t m . .
A Jm UJ(.l 13 AV UOiiinij .njM AtA IlilUb JiA I ripc, J 1 1 1 ML. Ill U Ur y L 1 1 riiU, Jf I lie HCKIlgC IT III V"li'-f
Jet us nhk, are Customs guards maintained, if j simply a culpable neglect on the part of the Min-j a aantyrniurwrrn TTriTTnTJCf
mst and will bo held ' -0-11 J-AitiJAi j. ui muunu ;
:wer Ihe qii'.-alion correctl ? -V U. Mercury.
port or nosroLULU, it. i.
f r;t a Rrhr Jenny, Lambert, from Kanai.
ft directive. Kalanao, from Hawaii.
9 Hrlir Fairy Uueen, Kaaina, from Kau.il.
9 Brit bk Delia. John Lynch, 145 day from Liverpool.
0 Am wh lk Thoa Dickasoo, V Lewis, from cruiae
9 Brit achr Cajnhria, Geo Meldram, 27 days from
10 Pchr Prince. Howard, from Hawaii.
11 richr Hattie, Kale, from Kauai.
11 Srhr Manuokawai, Kaapnni, from Kauai.
12 Pchr Msrv. Kevki, from Kauai.
14 Hrhr Odd Ft How, Makahi, from Hawaii.
I j Brit topsail achr Southern Croa. Geo Kinney, 82
days from Sydney.
1 Pchr Warwick. John Bull, from Molokai.
l.-tPchr Kinao. Wabie, from Molok:ii.
1.1 Schr llokulele. Booth, from Maui.
13 Brit; Kamehameha V, Reynolds, from Hawaii.
14 f-br Ka Moi, Weatherbie. from Maui.
14 Pchr AcUve, Kalanan. from Maui.
14 llaw bk R W Wood, M Klencke, 64 days from
tydr.ey, X 8 IV.
14 Am brie Curlew, A Christian, from sea, in distress,
4 davs out, bound to Pan Franciaco.
14 Am ship Galatea, Cbaa L Gardiner, 1) days from
li Pchr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Maui.
15 Schr Kate Lee, West, from Hawaii.
A pril 8 Am ship Emerald, Loll, for Phoenix Island.
8 Am wh bk Roman, Jerneean. to cruise.
8 Pchr Kinan. Wahie. for Molokai.
9 Pchr Ka Moi. Weatherbie, for Maul.
10 Pchr Fairy Uuren, Kaaina, for Kauai.
10 Pchr Active, halauao, for MauL
10- Ptmr Kilauea. IlarriMo, for Maui and Hawaii.
10 Am wh bk Oriole, Hayes, to cruise.
10 Am brig Curlew, Christian, for Pan Franciaco.
11 Pchr Jrany, Lambert, for Kauai.
II -Pchr Inbelia, Uudoit, for Hawaii.
11 Pchr .Nettie Merrill. Crane, lor Maul.
12 Pchr Hattie, Kaie. fr KauaL
12 Pchr Manuokawai. Kaapuni, for Maui.
12 Pchr Waiola. Adams, for MauL
12 Am wh ship Contest, Owen, to c raise.
13 Am wh bk Tbo Dickasoo, Lewia, to cruise.
13 Pchr Mary . Keokl, for Molokai.
13 Pchr Prince. Howard, for Hawaii.
; 1.1 Pchr Odd Fellow. Makahi, lor Hawaii.
13 Pchr Owana. Makanahl?hele. for Maui.
13 Ketch Lonalilo, Nika, ftr Maui.
But had Government
o(H to j rotect the rights of importers" by ,8tr? rr which they u
rreventini the illicit traffic referred to? Out of ! accountable by the people.
!. :..:..n.. j...: i nrvwlwl fa-i vorv nrlunntno-onnn t..r.n wKIIo i Alsop's Ale. Wortliinfrton's AI-. nd Fa kirk's Ale, pts. & qts.
iv.tuuc laiotu jiiuciraiijr irom uui.it.-a uuu ' J o " " j Tennant's Porter, iiortliwicd s I'ortt-r iti pints,
imports, a large police force in maintained ; arc j the object for which the Legislature has w liber- Pan-bommon Sherry,
the members of this force so careful to preserve a"J devoted money would have been attained, : johanninivr;; and Liebrrauniiich in cases,
their popularity and their character for gentle- jet the Ministry would have been deprived of the Rheln We1""1 W00-
manly unobtrueiveness as to shrink from the j privilege of dictating the movements of the boat, i
j cognizance of illicit traEc, much less interfering of dabbling in a business with which they were j iuarteil S and HenneSSy S Dlanaj I
I with it? 1 totally unacquainted, and of " dead-heading " j in quarter cases.
. ij. tittr.r.n.
the direct track of the euhject of smuggling here
will be directly responsible to tire country for tlic
dead loss of 70,000 of the people's money. If
on the other hand, the vessel is saved and brought
to Honolulu, a pretty hill of expense will bo
added to the long list of sums which this- little
steamer with a remarkable appetite has gobbled
As to the circumstances connected with the
steamer's running on shore at Molokai, numerous
rumors are of course blloat respecting the mis
management in some one which must have been
the cause of the accident. But comment must
be reserved until all sides are beard.
Faow 1-lvr.arooL Per Delta. April 10th: 10 ca Cheese
1 case Coffl a Furniture, 10 bsves Bags and Burning, 4 rsks
lasaware. 2 crates Earthenware. 3 cs Oilman's Stores. 3 cs
Oi! Cloth. 6 cs Machinery, 1 case Wheels. 4 lhJs Rum. IS qr
ks Brandy. 4 qr cks Sherry Wine. 100 baskets Gin, 100 cs
(iin, 19 cs Pencil hiskey, 24 cs Port Wine, 29 cs Pberry,
rs Paddlery, 3 cs Carriages. 19 cs Perfumery, 2S cs Groceries.
to bf bbls Crushed Puxar, 1 crate and 2 tea Crockery, 20
Coolrr., 2 ca Irxlia Rubber Goods. 20 cs Condensed Milk, 40
tnoa Pia; 1 ron. 3uO bnd!s Hoop Iron. CO Iron Sheets, 40 bod Is
Wire, rioo tnra Iron. 'Ji) bnd:a Iron. 2 bmlls tpades, 1 case
Pewina; Machine. 2 kf Hardware, A Iron Pafes, 1 bx Hard
ware. H cs Phrt Iron. 1 case Knife Machine, 7 pkg Hardware,
1 Pasar Pan, 3 ca B'lUu-ads, 1 case Stationery, 2 cs Book, i
ca Machinery, 6 cs Provisions, 1 case Piano. 14 crat-s and i
csks iUrtli-nwP-. H.Vi Bricks. V4 baf Coal, 6 rs Ptatiooerv.
12 cs Furniture. Xii bbls Bottled Berr. l'J rs Bfittled Beer. 46
cs and .13 bales lry t:i; 1 case Samples. 2 rs L'nspecined
Mercbsixlise to T II Davids 4 r Bottled Berr. 1 case Effects
t- ArchileaCfa Mason ; 2 cs Plants to lr Hillebrand ; 1 csk
Paws. 3 rsks Putty. 1 csk Whitine. IS ingots Metal, 50 drums
by bringing in "tbe railroad which spans the.l the efforts being made to save the boat will be
Continent of America," and the course of trade j successful, but should they fail, the Ministers
between New York, Chicago and San Francisco,
is certainly an ingenious ppecimen of the cuttle
fish practice, but is so rank a step from the
ridiculous to the sublime that our inclination to
smile is swallowed up in our wondering attempt
to unravel the thread of connection. But for
skillfully hidden meaning, the following para
graph "bangs Bannagher." We acknowledge
to having puzzled over it, until a growing sus
picion that we were getting hopelessly insane in
the attempt to unveil its mystery, warned us to
"That some persona who furnish hats and the j
more expensive lines of dry goods, or packages of '
corned beef or other groceries, too commonly on the j
manifests of the packets in quantities to warrant '
tbe supposition that the goods are intended to fill i
orders lor consumers may have reason to complain,
we will not dispute. We have always held that as a
rule, persons who derive their income from these
islands, should expend it here ; or, in other words,
live and let live, should be our motto."
" Live and let live," is an excellent motto.
We are glad to see the Gazelle acknowledge it,
even so tardily, and we expect to see it "live"
to repudiate the error into which it has fallen of
apologizing for the unlicensed dealers, who " ob
ligingly " and " for a small commission " " place
any article that our citizens may desire " from
! A Ten Horse Power Steam Engine, witk
Fir Whorl and Ur-nr,
For Pale, warranted in perfect order to rim. Also.
A JACKET STEAM PAX.
Apply to W. L. G11EKN.
Honolulu, April 11 1H71.
SEVERAL LANDS FOE SALE or LEASE.
A PPL.Y TO
llonolu'n, April 12, 1R71.
FIVE DAYS LlTERJpi THE EAST. BASiai je " delta",
By the arrival, yesterday p. m. of the f hip Galatea, j
Capt. Gardner, 15 days from Sun Fraucisco, en j
route lor lion g Kmg, we are in possession of j
dales to the 30ih nit. We are indebted to Hr. II.
M. Whitney for flies.
The news is unimportant. Paris still continues i
in the possession of the Keds. but was quiet. At !
THEO, H. DAVIES
OFFEIIS FOR SAX.X2 THE
the election held in tbe city on the 25ih. lSO.uuu pjinpA rvf" TUIQ XCQQCI
votes were cast, about half tbe number polled at
the last plebiscite.
The army of Prince Frederick Charles, occupy-
j ing France, which bad been in motion lor a lew j
j duys previous to tb 28th, was nj;uiii stationary. j
1 Paki3. .Marco z. 1 he commune was proclaimed
j in the Placo Hotel tie Viile, at tour ibis alternooii.
: The spteches of the counselors were inaudible.
Doubtless an examination of the "inward Tue platform was draped in red. The approaches
r,;rc. . ia .t i i i were enormously crowded with Nutiouuls. who
manifests " would prove that the articles or
often raised their cps with the points of their
! i . i i i .. i i .i... v i i.
CONSISriXQ OF i
JV. Iull Assortment
General Merchandise !
AT 1-4 TO 12 O'CLOCK. !..
At the Salesrooms of E. F. Adams,
OFFERED at PUBLIC AUCTION.
33 ACRES OF VALUABLE l.tti) !
Located adjoining and South of the
Punahou College Premises,
And directly East or mauka of the Farm of Law
rence W Cully. Esq., at Waikikl. Telegraph
rond dividing the two properties.
This Land embraces one of the
X0W OFFERER FOR 8ALK NEAR THIS CITY S3 ACBK3,
Consist fur the most part of
JLevel SSicEa Alliivisal Soil
WASHTD FROM TUB MOUNTAINS,
And is Entirely Free from Rocks!
EXCEPTIXG ABOUT TIIREK ACRES
ON TIIE HILL, WHICH WIL1.
! t : -i, rri j r rr r c..' r.
Fencing or Euilding Purposes,
OR FOR BALLAST FOR SHIPS.
WELL WATE R
Can be obtained in every part of the tract by dinging
a few ftft; anil in cue of water being brought from Manoa
Valley, every rid of the pmond can be watired at small cost.
' - ' 4.
FOE A B AIIiY RAlVCli
Walnut, In hair cloth, Fprlm Peat, Walnut Cans Seat. Oak, Pinlna ii On,CtM
iJaple Cne Beat, Wrnd fteati of variu styles, Rocktrs, can seat ami batkt IFO
LJirs fcewlug Chiirs, to maple, oak ami walnut,
Cbiidreu'a lihilierel Korkcri Pana seat anil hark rf fj C
M'KNtHV AM II ICS II OAh
Dining, Office aod Store Can Seat !liph ami Low Stoils.
JToUliiitc Cnmp Ctiairs, nalt and walnut, Foldln Walnut Rorkrrs, sotnetblnf new.
AND MAN i' jriltR'
14 Inch x 84 Inch le 24 Inelax&O larb Maitrl la DlflTrra-at Slylra.
QIMP HASPS ABC0I
MARBLES AND BRACKETS FOR PIER CLASSE8.
MARBLES FOR WLREALS. V A Nil ST A Nl i. COMM0.
Walnut JJixiirig ISxtcxisioxx Tables. 8. 1C
Frri( lUaud anal Oval.
CUIfcTAIJtf FIXTURES A3VI SIIAIES,
arid Ilea ii I i fill Style.
CORNICES, TASSEL I100K3,
of all shades and sii-a,
And Various Other Articles too numerous to mention, which rr.i
only to be Seen to be Appreciated. -
Having Secured the Services of a First-Class Upholstcre A .
who thorouKbly understands all the latest atylea. now manufactured In the i:ast and California, be It eonndrDt i
U give complete satisfaction to all who tusy favor him with their pMtronMfte. ' '
AND HAVING IMPORTED A FIRST-CLASS HEA
he is note prepared to fill all orderit in the P""
being also furnished with all the L.atet ttyle of Rood In that Lilt
1YZ. Tm D OKI Iff EL)
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
O NEW Y O X
But tbe jrrievance which is
Oil,lrae Hardware, .lW biMlI. Tubra.lbaa; Coupling., J I lalrahle. nml u:l,i, K th nt, i . . - ...
Iron Gate. 3 bn! Faint, 1 C.k Hoea. 4 CS Ualvauizctl Iron to r- , - ui -
Roawlldc Erwio Mauiifacturinz Coir pan; 30 frame. Kelt, 1 j tCmrtS tO palliate, id CaU8Cl bv the Operators
bx Nails. 6l0 bbl. Cem-rt to OrJer. ' , . . J 1
Faon VicTOBi4. b. c Per Cambria, April loth cm I donated in our Just article as unrecognized
walker Alien! """ ' T " UaTi'i VoMoe ,0 j j-jbbcrs." who. however fairlj thej maj meet the
packages that are there enumerated are entered j bayonets and z-alouMy chet-ied tho Kt-public.
according to law ; it would certainly be a etran-'e j 60 ?uns were P,antei iu tI,e !!-- A letter n .ni
.. , ., ' , i Cremier repudiates connection with the Commii tf-.
v"""lu l'"' " " e,,uuiu nrrar ouierwise. The ballk UillS ag;l:n advanced 5U.U00 francs to J
aimopt as mnge would it De to Bee articles men- the insurgent.
tioned on the inanifpKt that . .r itAA Loxoox. .March 29. The Prussians are concen-
' w ajv S(l kVti4UV4 I . ... .... .
j trufing at isie vuaui. uenr raru, mi me uis ruer is
VEGETABLE OR FRUIT GARDEN! ;GASH GAPITAL OVER S45, 000,0'
Xo more Desirable Loraton ran be selected
near (be City.
should pay dutj.
Faon SvoET. X. . W. rer Booth rn Cross, April 13th:
167 ton. Coal. 3a) rs Genera, 1 14 ca Bran.ir. 100 ca V.'hi.ky.
143 cak Ale. 2i0 hx t'anili'. ITS cm Jama, 21 c. frewrrred
Meata,eoca Wine, 20 oka Cement. 15 ca Table Rait, 8 r
CoflVe, 10 nki Bf. 1 bale Corks, 1 bnJl Leaiber, 00 iufar
Mat. to V llrewer dc Co.
Fion fTDilT, X. 8. W. Per R. W. Wood, April 14th :
S.T4 ton Coal. 1 Uor.-. 0 cat-i Bird, 17 pVf Butter to II
HacLfciil A. Co 9 bW, Coal Tar to Holies t Co.
For pHttxil IstaD Per Emerald, April Sth :
PaJT. bal-. ........... 4 Hon-. ................
bread, bx... .......... 7 ilulca.. ........... ....
Iron, hara 600:
Value Domestic $0o; Foreign $1,423 73.
Fob Sax Fba.icisco Per Curlew, April 10th :
Molaaaes, gall. 1,MJ Sugar, tt 3'.9,08i
Pulu. Iba 5,171 1
Value Domestic $20,174 72.
Good Words from n Ilart:;r,
ITsTing occasion some time ago to address one of
oar sugir planters on the subject of statistics, we
r Keived in reply very full report, and the follow
g general observations on the subject of labor,
hich we commend to our readers as sound deduc
' ns from practical experience :
" As I am not expect el to comment on any other
t pic than sugar, I give you in brief what my past
f perience has taught me. First, that no one should
- mmence sugar culture, without being assured of
i. .ving good land, available fuel, a suitable climate,
r jilities for shipment, and the best machinery of a
ad which has been thoroughly proven as elScient
d economical. For all attempts to start sugar
I intations on a small scle, with limited means, I
isider simply as a certain road to ruin. As regards j
i-j viiai question oi taDor, tne subject bas been worn
i readbare with argument, prejudice and endless
: xulation, yet remains a wall of difficulty, hard to
i- Je as eter. My preference is in favor of the
J-tm Article, the Jatives of the Islands, and
; atever may be said of their scarcity and unwilling
to work. I think the remedy lies within our
- a reach. "Whether is it better that hundreds, per
'. s thousands of the bone and sinew of the land
'- uld be suffered to expatriate themselves, and nn
one pretence or another make engagements
"' .ch take so many from their native country, per
ch -nee never to return, or, by the offer of generous
- e and the certainty of kind treatment be tempted
' remain here and fulfil the ordinations of nature
tv tilling the soil on which they were born? And
c-.ald a certain amount of legal compulsion be
led, let it work on both sides let tbe laborer be
ired against all imposition and oppression and
t aio jiui reiuuiwnuua tur ois work.
thelces carry on a retail business of no email
magnitude, that is neither licensed nor taxed in
any way, to the manifest injury of those who,
iuvc!?tin capital iu legitimate trade, pay both
license and taxes towards the support of Govern
ment. And it bounds 6trangely enough for a
newspaper 6iipported by a subsidy out of the
Government revenue to uphold such a system of
a ;r.iit Y-mn with ..o:-. ..
.iv.v mwuivi , uil nuai LUIICIDbUllt f LiJU
! Government solicit, and the merchants and busi
ness men of the country contribute for the main
tenance of a journal which is thus undermining tbe
established interests ; which cooiiy telU merchants
that tf they are not satisfied with the irregular
style of business transacted, whereby an unfair
and unequal competition threatens, through the
facilities which it enjoys, to drive them from the
market they must " import the linen of goods
demanded," and learn to pell cheaper for the
benefit of men of moderate means." But it
is not true, as would be inferred, that the ' many
little orders " that go forward are from men of
moderate means, although they may be to a great
extent the ones who buy in small quantities but
largely in tbe aggregate after the goods are re
ceived here and peddled out.
Our contemporary has the laboring oar m this
discussion. Like the fabled Sisyphus of old, he
is engaged in lifting a huge etone up tbe hill,
which is no 6ooncr carried to the top of it, but it
immediately tumbles to the bottom.
A Jimrt special says over 4i.uua troops are ex
pected at Versailles to-morrow. The Government
is steadily organizing a trustworthy lorce. wiiioh
will march oil Paris, poditly in 8 dayn. It is said
that preparations arc iuakii:g to move the Assembly
A Xews special from Brussels says the Arab
chief Mokrani, with 40 OdU troops, was within 25
leagues of Algiers. lie had declared war against
Pauls, March 28. This afternoon a sub-Central
Committee was formed, consislin-; of 12 members.
M. Assy is the real Piesident. and Garibaldi honor
ary President of the Committee. Yuigratnie is
suspended, and Garibaldi has been ottered tbe
supreme command of the National Guards. It is
not known whether he will accept, lue commune j
will be officially proclaimed Thursday next. Oft
330. 00t registered voters in Paris, only 130.000 j
The occupation by the Prussians is due to the
fact that the insurgent's government, temporized
to avoid the shedding ot blood, is ready lo-day.
Minotf.i Garibaldi declines to light, unless with a
Bitissei-s. March 28. Tbe Plenipotentiaries of
France and Germany met at 2 o'clock this eveuing.
at the French Legation. The opening of the pro
ceedings was wholly formal. Credentials were
exchanged, and preparations made lor future !
FIXE PRINTS, Sew Styles;
BRO V COTTONS. The Land near by Is selling at from $100 to $150 per acre,
I and as the neighborhood is being rapidly built up, will soon
j be worth from $200 to $1C0 an arre.
T V Driiims, Brown ami V tiite Linen DrilU, Coatings,
Increased, in ISTet Assets the past "Yrrj:
Ileoitued llnniixerchiHs, Burlaps,
hiijcar Bays assorted sixes.
SEYSFJ MILLION DOLLAB
Fine and Common Wool Shirrs, Tweed Suits, Trowseni, (
Inverness Uai4, fnot Jackets. i
Alapxra Sacs, UlunWrU, Flauuels, Carpets,
llu, La-aiiijc. Ponchos,
lniba' Moot Shirts and Drawers,
White Cotton Shirts, Linen Shirts,
Plain and Fancy Shawls,
Men's Straw, F. It. Silk an'l Linn Hat,
La. lies' Hats, in lar;e variety, M ic 1'm'irellns,
Laces, Embroideries, Jackets, Collars, Sleeves, etc.
"Wreath of Flowers and Head Dresses.
Counterpanes, Toilet QuiUs, Shirtings, Tweeds,
AN INVOICE OF
VERY SUPERIOR HABERDASHERY,
Fine White Shirts, Collars, Half Ilose,
L'uder Vest-", Irawer,
Haudkerchiefs, Glores, etc.
Looking Glasses, Office Chairs,
Cosnoli's and Rimmei's Choice
BASS' AND IND, CWPB & CO.'S ALE,
being a Royal Patent from Kamehamelat III.
A portion of the Purchase Money may
remain on Credit, if desired.
For plans or further particulars, apply to
E. P. ADAMS. Aurl'r.
TMOS. If. THRUM
IS THE LARGEST AND MOST SUCCESSFUL INSUR1
j Company in the "World,
I Furnishes Insurance in any approved form, combine
j advantages of all other Companies,
j WITH UNEQUAIiED FINANCIAL SCUn
Application for Insurance can bo made to
! J". K. Special -A.ge
0"XSt R.eOeiVea E p ADams. Local Agent, dueen St.
Per Stcsamor Ajax,
A. Fine Assortment
FOR TIIE HAWAIIAN ISLAXDfi, 0v
Permission, to J'"!
STEREOSCOPE VIEWS j
Ilia Ex. IlesJrw A, Vrlre,
Resident Minister of foiled SUtes of Aroeries. A.J. Carl srrlghl. " tu
.1. 9. WnlUrr. Bq. an4 ntSers, Honolulu,
I Mr Mr a. C. It. lil.hs it Co., fl.nkert, B ,,,
f rx- f -nt. OO Tk.. IT r T 1- t
journed to-night, alter an interesting discussion on ! DEVENISH'S CELEBRATED CHAMPAGNE
tbe defects of t!ie present military system. !
Berlin. March 29 ( World cable) There has J
been a correspondence between Lisiuarck and the :
Central Committee of Paris. Tbe latter represented
that the Thiers Government was unsupported by
" I turned my eres, and a I tarn'd surrey'd
A mournful vision, the Sisyphian shade ;
With many a weary step, and many a f roan.
I'p a liijrh bill he heaves a huge round stone
The biife round stone, recoiling with a bound.
Thunders iin petuoos down, and smokes along the ground."
A Little Red Tape.
LaBt Saturday, " by order of Ilia Excellency
the Minister of the Interior," was sold at auction
a little six by ten building, lately nscd as a place
of deposit for native letters. The sale was duly
advertised in the newspapers and bv printed
i ft..i: . . I. : i tt . ...
lu:.r uugu i xiawatians ana to spare, posters, and tbe bouse brought S13 50 There is
t; .-aluvate all our plantations, and my experience u vt .u- J51-u- Anere is
is. bat they are the beat men that cao be proved i noth'nSf nf ble in this, except-tbat the adver
fcr the baainess, and should not be allowed to depart ' rising, printing, and auctioneer's commissions hate
preoaoiy eai up me enure amount. And further,
it may be observed, that the same quantity of red
tape is not brought into requisition in large
government transactions. It would, nevertheless,
Under wise Government, humane treatment and
w tCi inhabitable hornet, I should not despair of aee
ir. the tide tarn to tbe flood, and this vital element
of national prosperity, which has so long been in de-
euro icqiun ucw igvr auu boiyc, in couureo, me ' u . ,.:., :r ti- ...
.xnlexintr problem of this oresent dme. bea' wholcsomo novation if pubhc competiUon
. .1 1 advance in my new essay, new features arise
r) ih would fill volumes, and as I am not expected
u axe up tbe catalogue aod comment upon them, I
Ua!ng'y :tndraw, ri-leyty j- ruy ru'log
f: :ozu Anu ixTe me, -tir ven truly.
were invited, for instance, for supplying the
leper establishment on Molokai, the army, and
the pruon, with necessary provisions and other
' upiie. But perhaps, at Toots would eny,
JVi? rot of the flia;Htet eonfeqtieure."
the country, and the flection of a new Assembly
necessary. The Committee offered, meanwhile, to
pay, in a few days, the installment of the indemnity
due to Germany. Bismarck's reply was favorable.
The opinion here is strong that the restoration
of the Knipire by aid of the Imperial army is
Brussels. March 29. No sitting of the Peace
Conference was held to-day, and tbe time for the
second meeting is undetermined. It is rumored
the event in Paris cause the delay in negotiations. 1
Stoclkholm. March 29. Tbe illness or the Queen i
has assumed such a character that no hopes are !
ruienainea oi ner recovery.
Bucharest. Jlarch 2tf. The Roumanian Chamber I
have be-n dissolved and the Ministry remain in
power. The town is quiet.
Garibaldi is reported to have said, if France re
stores the Napoleonic dynasty, or even put a Bour
bon or Orleanist on the throne, that she will un
dergo another terrible revolution, and that the
streets of Paris will rnn with blood. j
United States. !
In the Senate, March 28, there was a long debate
on Sumner's Resolutions against the Governmental
nnltAtf if wrVia i"sl rA n HAmmttA Th .ol li An a
were laid on the table, only four Republican Mire Bricks, BlaCKSimtll S IsOal,
voting against the motion. p...cinc Wire.
J. T. Morton's and Hock-in, Wilson & CoSs
f CRUSHED SUGAR,
Prime UTams & Cliccsc !
Newhsm's Condensed Milk.
VERY SUPERIOR HUNTING SADDLES!
New Zealand and Medium Saddles. t
I ELEGANT PARK PHAETON,
It or one or two ponies.
1 New. Croydon Phaeton,
3 Dinner Services,
Flower Pots and Stands. Fancy Jugs. etc. .
Glass i nd Earthenware,
Kappies, Garden Tiles, -
(lOOf t,HKO, oiuviwij .
RANSOM ES, SIMS Si. CO.'S
Ploughs. Rollers and Lawn Mowers,
A TRASH TURNER.
1 STAR HATMAKER,
Washdjutos. March 29. The San Domingo Com
missioners' report, which is nearly finished, will be
submitted to the President to-day. The CommU
aioners. or at least two of them, contemplated
spending a couple of weeks hero in elaborating
their report, but the report. reiaced by Wade,
gives all the facts an called for by tbe resolution of
Congress under which the Commission was ap
pointed. . Sumner's speech in the Senate, condemning tbe
adminstration of Grant, does not disclaim a ieeling
! of lesiility to the iCejHibiiea.i patty. It occupies
Cfteen columns ta print.
Yo-Semite Fails and Valley. Big Trees. Mirror
Lake, dc, and of
SCENES OF NOTED INTEREST
Along the Central Pacific Railroad.
Stereoscopes, asstd. sizes & prices.
Am. CP, and Super Royal, Whatman's Demy. Medium, Im
perial, Elephant, Atlas and Antiquarian.
TRACING PAPER, in Sheets and Rolls,
TRACING CLOTII, In roll, 38 Inches wide.
Faber's Artists No. 2 Pencils, new style,
Faber's Carmine and Bloa Pencils,
Eureka Pencil Sharpeners, new k'nd,
Man's Letter Books and Copying Sheets,
Tuck Memoranda Books.
PATTERN COPYING WHEELS, &c.
" ( And the following
Additional Works for tho
Tom Cringle's Log, a id Cm; a of the Midge, the best Sea
Stories erer written. "
Earl's Dene, Daisy Nichol, Sealed Packet, A Siren,
Gold and Name, Dorothy Fox, Sir Harry Hotspur,
Cryptogram, My Danghier Elinor, aod others,
! Plate Iron, Hoop Iron, Pig Iron, Iron Safes, ;
Harden Seats, flat and Umbrella 8w'' I
Jiuofing and tiheathing Felt. j
RUffl, BRANDY, GIN, PORT, SHERRY, &C. j AndL ISTew MUSic I
. mat Liitue vnurcn arcana tne uorner."
Alto, to the present Large Assortment of
TOYS AMD TOIT COOKS !
Will be added a ' ".
Farther S apply cf Children's Boots.
20 McONIE'S COOLERS !
HEMP AND FLAX CANVAS !
-WKST ' RBROATH MAMTACTCffE,
tk a- -ert Xnmberi, tn bond or doty paM.
Kor sale hy BOU.V9 CO.
STONE vs. WOOD.
FOR FIRE-PROOF DUILDINCS.
FOR SALE !
OA SETTS OP IROX DOOIl AXD WIS
Jm" 1MW feUCTl'KKs, with
Frames, Anchor, and Superior Locks.
Cellar CrKtiag. Visllllwr. lvm Vrr
dah MsiaBrla. ke.,
All carefully made to order. Knquire or
W25 3m CASTLt COOKE.
ilorsc Sliocr, Farricr,!
THECXDEUSICEDBEOTO . -notify
his friends aid the public geueraliy, if t
that he has estaMislted himself ia the above 'J
business, at tha well known stand, od v3r
King Street, Directly Opposite the Station Hobm,
where by prompt attention and good work, ba hopes to merit
and recei to a share of public patronce. ' '
to24 2m K. B. IIARPKR.
For Sale, Cases of the Celebrated
nOFF'S HAIi'J' lTSACT !
IMPARTS NSW T.IFf; N1 VIGOR. TO
the weak and Ube loralid. at
A GKMORAl ASMUTMOST 0r
GROCERIES & SHIP STO: ;;!
Always on Hand ! u.!
AXO WILLBESOLDAT TIIEL0 '
Comet sml iaboi
ALES SUPKRIOH KXGLJ9II F Hr
Ulni Dt rl. i T
r, u'vm " m - . ,
Cutt Horn's threa leel Handle
Bales Amnakeaf Denims.' heary.
Cake W hiw Cotton Sewing Col too,
TilKr . C. HfXCK, Jort 8t.
, 1 . .
npFRKtf CYI.IXDRICAL TANKS, L4lh
JL :h pate. Capacity cl each, 1,300 gallons.
t For sale by the
. ilOMOLCLU IRON WORM CO.
Otd CAST IIO.V-1-2 TO I CENT WILL
I if. glr -o, wording to quality, by the
nd' HONOLCLr IHOM VT0RK8 CO.
Cs. McIYIurrsiy's Oytx
Cases Mason's Blackins:,
tbarooal Irons wltk w
Cases Men's superior Calf
Cases Men's Papertor Coofrass Oaitars,
Cast Man's Boperlor wr. J
tS. LADIES' BLICK SERGE COXCBLsSCi
Cases Ladle.' Colored Serf. CwifreM pU '
Cum Ueu's Glow bI'q s
Kejs Sal Kitre,
8IX 8KT8, 60 rKKT, WHITE W ISCH ,Ltk
INDIA RUDDER HOSE, V':
Couplings eompW- jj
Ga.ATorrxxln stxxd Corsf ,
, CIGARS, different quality
Copying Presses, with t,,
FOR ' 1
BIST CINTD!ir A!t
For Bate bf
rAwwWN.Vf . - i'aicaaw.:;wltawi.tf-. -4 -.jtrnt- yajsiyw.-H .Hwa fg r-
Ymn 'JfiiM -"umf. DW'MP1'1'' ' '