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- '' " y RID AY. SEPTEMBERS. 1971.
Th arrivsl and dn-arlure of lour sea-fia steamers during,
be twlitf of the last rxl the binnuir of the present week,
rve ao appearance of bustle and business .bout our streets
. ami wharves that ts .nile unoaual at Ibis time ot the year.
XI,,. .cboooer Sea Bretze, from New Zealand, m bought
at suction oo Tl.ar.Jay, by Mr. P- C. Jones, for $3,000.
Tbe bri Francisco, fte fro coJ Bhinj oy'S':)
wU by ulin en Wednesday nett, by E. P. Adams.
Hatow will sell on Tuesday, damsf-d goad, ex R, C. Wilir,
no BuJTwrrterS acroant, and oo Thursday, hardware stork at
!. of J. W. WiddiBeld-
The arrivals inre our lait bare been 23d, Am. Stmr. Ar
from Aurkland, toll. Haokfcld 4c Co.; British bark
Cxct'ior, fr'a UverpoM, to T. II. Daiw ; Im-Slmr. Mosrm
Tnylor, from Sju Francisco, to II. liackfHd Co ; 24th.
Uricish Stmr. ffonja Wong, from Sydney, to W. I ureen
Am. whale bark Oak, from sea : 24ih, Am. bark Emma C,
Schr. C. JW. Iratf,
from Guano Ilar.l, to C. A. Williams 4: Co.
The depanunrs liave been 23d, Ranicr, fcr Port Townsend
25th, ytvad.', for Auckland 5 H'onga H'omja, for San Fran-
rlmca 1 StoitM Taior. tor San FranOaOO ; AT. C. Seal, tor
Jarvis Island 25th, City of Melbourne, for Sydney via FiJ'.
Wool. Ve hrc received from a correspondent the follow
tag ucu aul figures, which will intereal wool grower, if not
other. The iresent inflated price of wool has been raused by
the late war in Euroj, which created a great demand for
roars woulrn goods for the armies, the consumption of which
was enoraiooa. The adrance In tbu price was not felt till
after tbe war closed, but the present price, especially lor
coarse wools, is now SO per cent, higher in England, Germany
and the United States than it was one year aco. It is one of
those unnatural disturbances which war always produces,
and which can never be foreseen. They however rarely hut
lung, and in the present case the reaction has already enm-
hteacsd, and the prices of some kind 4 show a decline.
A wont merchant in New York furnishes the cost of import'
ing foreign wool from Australia, which will show bow oppres
sive the American tariff is, amounting almost to prohibition.
Australian finest grades of wool were quoted in June at t3
1d. The cost ot one hundred pounds would thus be :
First cost, in port of shipment $12 00 0 $15 00
I'niied Slates duty and customs charges.... 12 00 tS) 12 00
Freifht. IsMtraxice and sbipplrg char res. .... 2 CO 960
Cunjmiii.fjs- ibterrsr, and charges at desti
nation 500 0 6 00
Ct of HO pounds Australian wool in
ew York $3100 50
fto great is the ibdoence of las wool-f rowing interest in the
linitnl States Uiat all efforts to reduce the dut have thus far
been unsuccessful ; and it is Tery duubtlui wbe-her Congress
ran be induced to make any erest changes 00 the eve of a
presidential election, wbich would risk the issue, and threaten
a rb.ar.ge of arlminiatratioo.
PORT OP aor-IOLULU, H. I.
I epf. 2 Schr Ka lloi, Davis, f MauL
23 Am si mr Nevada, i II Bielhen, 15 days and 23
hours from auektand.
23 Am stmr !tfses Taylor, N T Bennett, 9 days and
19 b'-ars frwm raa Francisco.
21 Brif stmr Woncw Wongs, J Struart, 24 days from
rtvdney, via r 14 days.
? Brit stmr City of Melbourne, H Grainger, II days
and 9 hours Iron Aaa Francisco.
24 Am wh bk Oak, J as Rueli, 24 months out, 60
sperm on board.
21 Rcbr Active, Mellish. from Kauai.
24 Schr Waiola, liudott, from Maw.
S4 Bohr Klnau, Waliie, from ilswsii.
24 ttrhr Manuokawai, Thompson, from Maui.
2 Schr Kate Lee, West, from Uavaii.
2i Hchr Jenny, Bums, from Kauai.
20 Am bk Emma C Heals, J A Bailey, 18 days from
26 Am srhr C M Ward, G D Kickman, 29 days from
How land's Island.
2fi Hchr W arwick. John Bull, from MolokaL
21 Hchr Isabella, Teter, from Hawaii.
V" Hchr Mci Kriki, Green, from Maui
lrhr Keoni Ana, A la pal, from Maul.
27 rhr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, from Kauai.
2 H-hr Prinre, tiatfleld, from Ilawait
Ti richr Nettie Merrill, Crane, from Maui.
2-j chr Mary Ellen, Hopo, from Hawaii.
2i Schr Annie, Nika. from Kauai.
.3U Htmr Kilaoea, McGregor, from Hawaii and Maui.
T Hchr Ka Moi, Davis, from Maui.
3"i Schr Active, MeUih, from Maui.
30 Schr HaUie, Kale, from Kauai.
Foa AtcLaD,8rDT aan MeLBOuaatt Per Nevada,
atooo?' pp. - w 1 ff;"; 25
t-raiLtturo'm 'saM FraneUcoizh pkgs Assorted
Fob Fui am Stdket Per City of Melbourne, Sept 23th t
Carriage material, bndis 4 Pulu, !bs 17,53
Cloth, cat 1 Specie, $142 50, pkg... 1
PaMv, ItJi 62,413 Sundries, pkgs 2
Value Domestic. .$2,:74 64 ; Foreign $157.
Fob Sat Fbascisco Per Wonga Wonga, Sept. 25th :
Hn""", bnebs 100 Kice, Ihs 29,64
Paddy. Ifcs 22.5SS Sufrar, lbs 10200
Peanuts, lbs 6,700, Wo.4, lbs 274
Value Domestic $3,850 66.
Fob JabvU IsLaSin Per Fmma C. Beals, Sept. 26th :
Bags, bale 1 Oars 13
llav. bales 10 Potatoes, sks 6
Oais.sks 9,Tar, bbl 1
Fob Biker's Islasd Per Lady Eowen Sept. 27th:
Boat ......... 1 Cordage, coils......... 2
Bags, bales 2 Hay. tons 2
Bread, raks 2 Potatoes, bags 10
And Sundry Stores.
Value Domestic Foreign $90.
Fob 8a Fbahcisco Per Moses Taylor, Sept. 25th:
Betel Leaves, pkgs 4 Paddy, lbs 6.011
Fungus, Its 556 Ricv, ft 12,700
Hides, pci 1,12 Specie, $440, pkg 1
Calf Skins, pes 53 Sugar, tba 273.873
Gnat Skins, pes 3 ,210 Tallow, lbs 23,00
Sheep Skins, pkgs.... 60, Wool, tbs 21,8.15
Value Domestic $29,005 40.
In transitu from Auckland and Sydnrg 51 pkgs As
Fbox Wiidwiid Posts Per Kilauea, Sept 30 Mr A Mrs
Spalding. J M Whitney and wile, Mr and Chilllngwonh, Mr
and Mrs C Hitchcock, S JI Dole, J R Helen, DrBerata, Miss
Johnson. Mrs Young, J Co la, Jos fpencer, Miss L Pea body,
Mr and Mrs Willfong, sod 77 on deck. ,
Fso At CE Laud Per Nevada, Sept. 23: Mr 0Win
Mrs M McKean, and 38 t transitu for San FTan"co-
Fob New Zealasp ad Acstbalia Per nsvaua, ept.
25 s From Honolulu, none. In tranrir JOT San Fran-
'"riot Bam FBAcnco-lPer K ZTV "P TJ 8
Christie. Jr., E O Hail, Miss 8 Mlsi i Anna Wundenburg,
Mr M B Beckwith and d-fn,e"' Mr" 8 E Wshop, Madamo
States. M dalle MaodeVe; Sig P CicchL Sig C Orlandini, t?lg
A Susini, Sig P Olaza, Hg A Biscaccian J. C. Moores. Mrs
Mnores H J FT,klin, C T Snvder, Mrs G D Korts, 3 Chinese.
J Stewart. McCorkindale, and 41 in tranmitu for Auckland
ruo EroeT amd t ui rer vvonga wonga, aepi. zs-.j
McCo gan. E McOorrUton, and 83 through passengers for San
Fob Sax Fbahcisco Per Moses Taylor. Sept. 25- J R
Kinney, Cspt J Mafcee. Miss Julia Makee, Miss Wager, E S
Houston, Mra M 8 Rice, J C Ctuney, J McDade, W M Lam
bert. D Vkda. wife and 2 children. T C lee horn, Mrs Crockett
and child, John Waters, M Klnnon, Louis M argot, Mrs Busk
hart and son, E Koebe. ft Holdsworth, J Beck and wife, 8
iitrttes and wife, J W ittiker. G Harrison, P Mills, M Marloe,
A Thompson, Miss Gulick, and 33 fit transitu for Sydney
Fbo Sab Fbabcisco Per City of Melbourne, Sept. 25:
Mrs Chambtrs, Prof IlaseUnayer, Mr Welsh. Mrs Welsh. Miss
Nellie Osgood. J J Who. lex. Mr Reinhart, J Faher, A Wheeler,
Ah Toon, F Patey, T Deloury, and 30 through passesgera for
fob hvtjsby ver City or ateinourne, sept, za: r unison.
wife and 3 children.
Fob Sab Fbakcisco Per Wonga Wonga, Sept. 25th E
A Change of Dase.
At the meeting of the subscribers to the LTotel
Bonda, held at the Finance Office last Thursday,
the Ministers surprised pretty much everybody
by a sadden " change of base." While the
Hotel scheme was from its inception quite well
understood to be a joint stock enterprise, or, as a
writer in the Gazette two weeks sioie declared
emphatically and uncontradicted, " it was
strictly a private enterprise," tlie Ministers have
now declared quite as emphatically and officially,
that it is a government operation. Tbe sub
scribers have loaned their money, simply with
the public spirited dooire to assist the government
to provide a hotel, with the promise of the Mlf ;
WO OR Til
ROYAL RA - - - xJiil. u uu f.u..
idast ITlatinee antl J-Jet; scamotapa hcsiu magic,
NisSit of isrHATsn pians fifin LUGE!
s - J IlII 1 M M sss ataasaf WBF sBBW - -
The California Minstrels
In th. ierforniaies of wh'ch he stands without a RiraL
(Prior to the-i tu i.jrturf for dsul.)
A fi D M AT 5 N 1. b. I
Witx. v: yivss fok
ieters that the amounts advanced will be t-pa: i: j ,e Cccm3tadation of Ladies & Children,
without interest, at the end of five rears. II me
subscribers are willing to lej-' thir tu-juej v.a
f On Monday, Oct. 2,
On Thursday, Oct. 5,
On Saturday. Oct. 7,
ONE GRAND MATINEE
On Saturday Afternoon, Oct. 7.
S Pi rre. Col Norris. T E Williams, J Fischer, Mr Richard.,
Chas March, and 30 from Sydney.
Fbo Guano Islabds Per c. M. Ward. Sept. 20th Col I during the dull Beaeon, who would otherwise have
that security, they tthould nut implies: tny cun
cern as to what is dcae wi:h it, or huvr much or
how little the hotel inaj cost. And that ie all
there is about it.
After aJ! tfc.H has I r,near on this much-talked
of subject, .au ihi - rjJ-ltnown toneaf public
sentiment, this --roit movciiit nt i quite worthy
of44 the BmS' Co njp:iri go db arc odious, but
ODe reminded of rJ'-Clelian'a famous 14 change
rffbase " at Yorktown, only that in his case he
got severely handled, while our strategist success
fully moves his forces from the field in the face of
the enemy, folds bis arms complacently and says,
Gentlemen, how is that for high? " It may
be remembered however, that in 44 little Mac's "
case, when the second, sober thought of the peo
ple took form and expression, the hero of the
adroit movement was removed. While pen
etrating the necessity which has led to the move
ment, we cannot but concede a sentiment of ad
miration for its supreme audacity. Why, such
a general would even deploy under fire !
The new phase of the situation is very sugges
tive of remark, but our space to-day is circum
scribed, and we can only slightly touch upon one
The argument was frequently brought forward
by tbe Gazette, before this change of base was
effected and it will doubtless be urged with still
greater earnestness now that the building of the
hotel has given employment to many mechanics
Oa -5fck.h occasion
A Select Biil will be Presented.
Doors open at 1 1-2 ; Performance to commence at 2 o'clock.
ADM ITsi ON:
To all Pacts of the House, Fifty Cents !
Children Half lricr.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE !
MADAME AGATHA STATES'
Under the Patronage of His Ma
jesty the King.
MADAME STATES UECS LEAVE TO
aunonucs that having made arrangements to give a brief
Operatic Season, consisting of Eight Performances in conjunc
tion with the corps of celebrated artists composing her com
pany, the will bars the honor to make her first ppearsooe
before tils ilnjfity the King and the public of Honolulu on
miu&i life insurance;"
O U1 NEW YOUK,
The Safest, Largest and Best Company in the
THE ASSETS, RECEIPTS, DIVIDENDS, AND Ej
Professor llaselmajer will, diirine his stay, introdoc
Wonderful Instrument, ttie
A new Musical Invention, called by soaie of the Pre
' Tronduenmiphilipenotrascomomenta. '
His Wonderful Drum and Aerial Cell,
Which surpass Spirit Rapping, or any other of the mani
festations of the Sledinms.
arc all Casli.
The Performance of 20 Educated Canaries.
PAB0QCET3, AND MICE.
ALSO. SOLOS OX A GRAND PIANO!
ADMISSION : Dress Circle, One Dollar; Back Seats, 60 cents.
Reserved Beats. $1 60. Tickets at I. U. Thrum's tsooKstore.
P H Pratt, Cant Hempstead, Loo is McCalL A J Keiners. II
Wilson, Antone Hugo, and 1 Chinese.
Tuesday Evening, : : : October 3d,
Grand Operatic Entertainment!
Consisting of selections from Verdi's popular
OPERA OF ERPJATJI
with the following cast :
Elvira. ..MADAME STATES
Charles the 6th Sig'r Orlandli.i
Duke Silrtr. ..Siir'r Snsini
Krnani ..Sig'r Cecchi
! Pianist and Musical Director. SIQXOR P. GI0KAZA,
tbe celebrated Pianist and Composer.
07 Price of Admission Dress Circle $1.10; Parquette $1.00;
Boxes $10 00 Tickets to e had at li. M. Whitney's Mint
Thos. O. Thrum's Music Stores, and at the Theatre on the
evening of erf irmance.
lET Positively uo money will be received at the door.
DEPART UK KM.
S--pt. 23-B-hr Moi Reiki. Green, for Maui.
sS-Au bk Rainier. IJall. lor Port Townsend.
2i firnr Kilauea, McGregor, for Maui snd Hawaii,
ii clir liokulele. Bunch Hala, for MolokaL
av sk-hr .Nettie Merrill, Crane, for MauL
Ji.Km sionr Nevada, Bletben, for Auckland.
H Brit s.mr Wonga Won a. gteuart, tor 8 Franciwn.
i! K m "'".I M" T k. Bennett, lor Ban Francisco.
2i.m bk Emma C. Beals, Bailey, for Jarvis Island.
SO Brit stmr City of Melbourne, Grainger, lor Fiji and
? hr Ka Moi. Davis, for Maui.
2 Ache Manuokawai, Thompson, for Maul.
14 Sear Jenny, Burns, for Kauai.
21 hr Mary. Kaluna, for Kauai.
Sloop Live Yaokee, Keoni, for Maui
27 Schr Kate Lee, West, for Hawaii.
27 ehr Warwick, John Bull, for Molokai.
27 Schr Kinau, Wahle, for Maui.
'H-tif.hr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, for Kauai.
Sichr Moi Keiki. Green, for MauL
2a Hchr Isabella, Peter, for Hawaii.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 30.
The Connexion Declined.
The versatility of talent displayed by the Rul
ing GeDi'us of the Hawaiian Cabinet, is truly
surprising, not to say startling, in some of its
ever varying manifestations. From the subtile
intricacies of petty law practice, to the sublime
heights of constitution making, or of negotiating
a Reciprocity Treaty with the Great Republic ;
from the manipulation of a whole Legislature, to
the erection of a grand hotel ; even down to the
pursuit of cheap labor for a plantation in a national
reformatory school in all these separate and
difficult situations, tbe Ruling Genius lias ap
peared equally to advantage. But to-day we be
hold him in a new and still more interesting rote.
J that of Ax Annexationist. And to heighten the
interest of this new exhibition, the usual position
neCt. So v-i
riGllS JUST iCSIFED!
CKCSIIKD SrC.tR. WESTPHALIA
Best Kuirlish Pick eg,
been idle, and has thus been a public benefit.
far as it goes, this is a correct statement
is only reasoning in the abstract after a
to make comparisons again it is following out
the Napoleonic idea. The Emperor kept the
I working people in go.l humor by the opening np
of new streets and the erection of vast structures
in Paris, and they were told that he was really
their friend ; and so long as they got bread and
j amusement, they believed it. Now, does our
. m a. i -
tTin i iim t ,tct rn rrri on nil nir iit KiniiTii rfM ... i- . . .
of concrete and lumber, simply in order to keep j J!' tN1or!l,, G-man A!tf BW-.T' Bismarck Qu.iity,
' I rirst Quality Ale in eaks, q rarts and pints,
people employed ? It will hardly be proposed to First yuaiiiy KngHsii Aie iu caks, imi ckp & ci.
f . . . ... . First Quality Scotch Ale in casks, Jeffreys,
credit him with such an extravagant amount of rirst Quality claret in cases,
(l.':-...i:.ri..i i i 7. T: Dr. a
j generosity. The construction r the Tower of j whuT-ocnres-.nTtnin,. Calk, B.ck Psint.
IRtbel gave employment to a large number of pUSTER or PA It IS, Warranted Irish, at 4) cents
workmen during a long period of time, and money ! per puund.
doubtless circulated freely while the work was go Manila & New Zealand Rope, Wire Hope,
ing on, but the conclusion of the enterprise was i calv skins.
anything but satisfactory.
Doors open at 7 o'olock ; Performance to commence at 8.
GRAND MATIXEK OX SATUBDAT AF-
tsrooon, Oct. 7. Door open st 1 o'clock, to commencs at
- Z. Fifty Cents all over tbe house. Children, zo cents.
Riding Pants, Riding Pants.
iKMLEMEN WHO ARE FOND OF TBE
JI beaatifnl and frrsce'nl exercise, call arid see the splendid
Bedford Cord, the most taitsble material male for Hiding, at
s30 J. KKSYQM'S, Tailor. King St., Honolulu,
0AHU CEMETERY ASSOCIATION.
A MEETING OF THE l,OT HOLDERS IN
t. OAHU CKM ETK11Y. will be held at the office of A. J.
Cartwripht, on TburailnTi the 6th of October next, for the
election ot omcers, sc., Ac.
It Per order of the SECRETARY.
THE 3WUTUAI. LIFE IlVSUIiAlVCE COm
oriVew Vork, have P.iicl over
nVa l III OHG ox juoxia
I0 Alleviate the Want, of the Widows and Orphans of their Assured, I
OVER FOBTV-HVB MILLION DOLLARS IN tf
, INVESTED FOR THEIR BENEFIT.' j
For the Hawaiian Islands, I
NO. 13 KAAIIUMii
REFERH TtY PERailSHION, TO 1
HIS Excellencr II. A. PEIRCE, U. 8. Minister Resident ; Messrs. HlSHoi
jy29 Bankers; A. J. CART WHIG IIT Esq., and J. 8. WALKER, t,
1 of PROTKCTIUN HOOK AN D LADDER CuMPANY will
take place at their rooms on Msailnr Eveaisi(r sell
va prsiiwo at 7:30.
tvx order of the f oreman : T. If AYSELDKS.
INTO THE I.VCLOSl'RK OF THE
I'viitifuinvk n .... ti.. nn....i,..j(i..i)fii.
a Red and White Poll Cow without visible brand
or ear mark verv penile, t'ne rml o a very heavy rope at
tached 10 her neck, the other end to a stake. The owner is
re 3te! to prove proper y, pay chai ses and take her awry.
Isuuauu, Sept. 28, 1871. (3U J. 11. WOOD.
HAYSELDEN & SON,
Builders and Contractors.
Are prepared to uive estimates tr every kind of
Work connected with the building trades.
Residence corner of Nuuanu and Kukui streets. au!9
H. E. McDTTYKE t BROTHEE,
Ai ROCER V. r K.l l) STORE AND BAKERY.
VJV Corner of King and sort btreet,
Honolulu. D. I.
FUhing Lines and Twines, Full Hooks, with a great variety
of other goods.
of the characters is reversed. The to be annexed ! KioS' met at Livuka foT tbe PurP of Pti"g
j - -. , - c - ! a Constitution lor the Kingdom of Fiji.
La kji uiiiiii ilj i wijl coru icu aa dcc&iij bug tavui ui
absorption by the larger and more powerful an'
TheFijis. j Shortly Expected via Sail Francisco
The news Irom this important group of Poly- i A Large AMorituent or
neeia is extremely interesting. On the 9th of j ENGLISH, FRENCH & AMERICAN GOODS
August, a convention of delegates called by the
TBI V. & N. Z. & A. mail steamship Nevada, J. H.
nietheavCoBauander, kft Auckland oo the 7th of September
at S P. M. For 10 days experienced head winds with heavv
sea. Arrived at Honolulu on tbe 23d of September at 11:30
V. M. ; waking a passage of 15 days and 34 hoars. Have 40
paaseiigers iu transitu lor Ban Francisco.
II. L. Allst, Parser.
Faow LivcapooL Per Excelsior, Sept. 23d : 200 bbls, 200
rm.m, iM ca Aie, irames l ell, 1 case Leather Bel tine. 4
wv km oauce, j cs Danatery, i cs Uil Cloth, i
cs .Machinery, pkjrs Wheels, S Clarifler Plates, 12 Stnffins;
itexea, 17 Valves, 9 pes leam Pipe, 00 Iron Coolers, cs Iron
Hues, 1 rase Tablets, 3 cs Linens, 17 csks, 1 case Glassware,
22 bb s Psints. 2 cs Castor Oil, 240 drums Paint Oil, 70 tons
, Iron, 6-3 ii frxa Copper, 49 cs Oilman's Stores, 600 bndls
Hoop Iron, "4 bndls Bar Iron, M plates Sheet Iron, cs Gal
vanized Iron, 60 cs Whin key, SO cs Spirits, 60 cs Wines, 28 qr
tka. 130 rs Brandy, 0 nlxis Kuoi, 4 qr csks Port, 2 qr csks
fT'era, 16 qr csks Sherry. 240 baskets, 150 cs Gin, 100 cs
V-, 12 ca Liquors, 20 cs Oranfe Bitters, 2 cs Hams, 1 case
fi uU' 1 cme Cheese, 3 bxs Effects, 6 crates Buckets, 6 bbds
2-J4I rf Slates, 30 pkrs Assorted Hardware,
Vlr?k "'jy1" 10 crates Nappies, 4 csks
ue ivX c?.kr'yU,e Ston. f9 blcs and 63 cs Assorted
ut lm i Theo U Da,"e 250 to II Hackfeld & Co ;
Sm?bjhSTrr2 to A Scnarf" & Co 1 case Fish to Capt D
J?S'.".U Book to Rev C O Williamson j 1 case Mose to
hnds Bs.dy, too bbU Cement to Order. '
tOFe? Bttt"r..NeTada' 234 :1 V k Vine,
UMacfiarbnt 30 P"" Uead. 1 dls Iron lo
In transitu for San Franeuco .51 pkgs Mdse.
rri'J8A Fc:o Per Moses Taylor, Sept. 23d:
"-'--, f oxa Appies, l trunk Mdse, 14 bis do, 2 cs
Dmza, baas Potatoes, 3 ies Nails, 4 cs Cottons to Csstle 6t
Cooke i X roils Leather to K G Adderley 25 cs Cider, 25 cs
California Wine, 1 case A pang am to Q Rhodes j 2 plcfs Mdse
7 pkfs Tobacco to II Bolliaann ; 3 Csks Glassware, 20 kes
Naila, 18 kg Horse Shoes. 12 Bellows, 21 cs Hardware, 1 csk
wV1 fT Bnuhes, 6 bndls Spokes, 1 bx Apples, 10 pkrs
Hubs. 1 pkf Saddlery, 2 bndls Saddle Trees, 4 A xles, 1 bnal
Kff" J1""' ? badl". 8coP". bxs Turpentine to
i ims oinaers' tsoards, 1 bndl Leather
onais saddle Trees, 1 bndl Leather, 1
bndl Saddlery to R Whitman ; 6 cs Hitters, 4 af bhls Whto-
"l. s n ines w c t,-mg ; JO es Saddle Trees, 1 case Hair
Girths and Stirrapa to J T Waterhonse 5 1 ease Hardwsre to
juc w Ac vicasoD i 00 puues iron, 2 Boiler Heads, 140 Boiler
Tttbea, 57 bars Iron, 3 bndls Pipe to Then 11 L-aries t S7 ca
I lard ware, 3 bod Is do, 9 kfs Naila, 1 case Cottons, 6 bndls
Leather, 6 bxs Apples, 2 es Tarpon line, 4 csks Glassware, 26
bbla and 1 bidotoEO Hail Son ? 1 case lental Instra.
wroia ui j ji n nuney j a Dale Uork to schooner " Sov
ereira 1 ca- Saddlery, 1 roS Harness Leather. 1 rod Patent
Leather, 1 bndl Collars, 2 bndls Saddle Trees to P Dal ton ; 2
bndis antl 1 case Paper, 1 bx Apples to Black & A old ; 73 cs
and 3 bales Mdse to M Phillips Co; 1 case Chairs, 1 case
Carriaf? s, 1 case Turpentine, 1 case Varnish, 1 ease Hard-
ware too e. w iiuams 4u pkgs Jobacco,4cs ldse to Hymsn
"J"c a ox nuears, 1 csx kjil, 31 pairs Kbovels, 30
ska l'ot.toes, 1J bxs Onions lo A W Peirce 4c Co ; 23 es Pre
serves 3 es Cheese, 1 case Codflxh, 1 case Smoked Beet 8
chests Tea, 2 cs ileal, 6 cs Lard, 1 case Bacon. 10 sks Pota
toes, 5 bxs Onions, 3 bbla Nats, 1 case Currants, 16 bxs
t, vikkii, x out eyrup, 2 oxs Lemons, 2 bxs
oarviuca, uiuo idjiua tc too 9 bbls Salmon, 1
cms Peaches. 6 bus Potatoes. 1 case Bacon. 1 eu rh- 1
ease et 10 cs and 10 tins Bread, 2 cs Oysters, 180 qr sks
Fl.r to E P Adams ; 300 hf sks, 100 qr sks Flour. 6 hf sks
20 pkps Shooks to S Lore at Bro ; 10 cs and
v.cn, w oar 1 ota iocs, oatrs uats, 5 cs Onions,
1 "? . 1 ce ttacon, 1 case Codfish, l case Smoked
Beef, I esse Lard, 2 cm Extracts, n es Milk, 2 cs Saoaaxe Meat.
2 ca Lobatera, 5 es Salmon, 21 es Tea lo II May ; 1 case Sta
V00',,1 k Poison to E HolTschlaeger Sc Co ; t cm Mdse to
Jno N0 1 ; 2 cs Boots and Shoes, 1 case Hats to 8 fclacnin ; 4
pkrs Fish, 2 bxs Opium to Alone Achuck 5 6 bxs Mdse, 1
. 1 1 r 1 Shrimps, 2 bates Fish, 1 bx
BrST-10 Ei ;hon .'5 Pkfa Mdse, 6 c Oil to Chu'an
hV.V . "f I Fruit, 6 pkfs Kxpreas Mauer, 3
H.,H-d,e .,0rr?T; ' bx GI - Pt D Smith 1 chest
Hardware to David 8mith ; h-s Uay to Cipt. Bennett.
, " transitu for Plr .rulttnd and JuttrJia .137
Pkfs Assorted Mdtt P-l Groceries, 10 cm Whiakej.and
n" .8rT,Pe,V0f Woo. SPt- 23th .-lease
Drapery to McCoIcan fc Johnson t 10 qr csks Brandy. 2 bbU
nT , ' .. "."'X1' c. Geneva, 2 ca
5"" 8! f "s,!E?r'w of Melbourne, Sept. 24th :
- cs ooosa wum vvnitney ; 1 bx Mdse, 2 bxs Drturs to C
Vsm muse, x nates Domestics to J T Water-
?ri,1 Rt,4 cs Drug, to R McKibbin 5
IS bndls Blinds to Lewers A Dickson ; pkgs Mdse to E
Boflhlaeyer 4 Co ; 7 pkXs Mdse to F A Schaefer A Co ; 14
p.gm Mdse, S mats Fish, 2 baft Shrimps) to Chulan Bros 1 1
case Clothing-, 1 case India Rubber Hose to H Hackfeld At Co ;
20 sks Potatoes, 4 ca Onions, to es Paste, 1 ease OatmeaL 1
case own, a cane intxwe, l paf uodOah, 1 pkg Batter to II
K Mclntyre ; 18 Stoves, 1 case Mdse, bndls iioUowwara to
Segelken Co t 8 es Boots, 6 balrs Mdse, 1 case Mdse, 4 ca
lists, 1 case Umbrellas, 2 bales Cotton Goods, 10 cs Clothing
to Grinbatun A Co; 6 pkgs Mdse to J Nott A Co 40 es
tflne, 40 csks Ale to W L Green ; 6 es Clocks to D N Flitner t
bbl Whiskey lo A S Clegbom ; 2 bales Meal. 6 cs Onions, 16
, sks Potato 18 tin Cakes, I case Pilot Bread, 1 ease Lard, 1
case fcioeese, a m siest, cs uousirrs, z nndle CodOsh. 0 es
oysters, 1 eae Glassware to T Slossman A Son ; 14 ca Boots
and Shoes, 6 trunks Mdse. 24 cs Muse to Byinan Bros ; 160
ska Potatoes to G Siseley ; 2 cs Mdse, 1 Sewing Machine, 7 cs
Printed Cottons. 1 case Iron to Order.
Tbrooga freight for Sydney 3?1 pkes Assorted Mdse.
At Waimea, Hawaii, September 19th, Ibe wife of Mr. W. II.
Hirkard. of a daughter. -
Kanssjc In Jhls city, Sept.. M. KawaKSC Pinoi
Etmiit, aged about 40, wife of lion. V. P. Kamakiu.
nexor. in tnis intance, jc id the oiaaller who
solicits tbe larger to " come in out of tbe cold'
His Excellency S. C. Burt, the Chief Secretary
of the Kingdom of Fiji, on the 2nd instant, made
a speech to the citizens of Livuka, who had as
sembled en masse to hear what the principal
Minister of tbe new government had to tell them.
Tbe speech is reported in full in the Times of the
Cth, but the following brief paragraph, wbich we
copy, contains a bit of interesting news to us.
Mr. Burt said :
He would men lion now that amongst the causes which led
to the establishment of tbe present government was a movement,
far more extensive and belter organised than his bearers would
imagine, to annex these Islands to the Kingdom of Hawaii, an
absolute monarchy, where Ministers were responsible to none,
and might possibly hold office for life, against the will of the
people. This movement was very formidable ; two special
commissioners from Hawaii had come here and gained many
converts. Both Great Britain and tbe United States had re
fused a cession of the islands, and so tbe present government
Now the short-sighted perversity of these
Fijian tyros in government making, in thus de
clining the generous oiler of annexation Ha
waii, after getting the cold shoulder
land and America, ia most unaccounta. x iie
overtures of little Hawaii to big Fiji to come and
be gobbled up, were doubtless made in tbe way
that in child-like and bland, so characteristic of
the Ruling Genius. No doubt, the peculiar
beauties of our land system ; of the Department
of national education ; our one-house Legislature ;
our small but powerful army of soldiers ; and our
larger and well-paid army of office holders these
advantages were doubtless pourtrayed with all
their dazzling attractions. But all in vain. Fiji
would not listen to tho syren voice of Hawaii's
Ruling Genius, but has gone and set up Louhc
keeping on ber own account.
But the offer so strongly urged is not repudi
ated without pretty sound reasons. Mr. Burt as
quoted above, says very pertinently, that tbe
Hawaiian Ministry ' Is responsible to none, and
might possibly bold office for life, against the will
of the people.". Humiliating troth! And the
humiliating fact id the more cutting that it is
thus flung a: cs from the new-fledged state just
struggling out of barbarism to tbe surface of
modern political existence.
Still more justly severe were the words of the
Hon. J. Rutherford Ryley, member of the Con
stitutional Convention of Livuka, who, speaking
of the Hawaiian Constitution said :
44 It does not provide for resnonsible rovernmenL. The eov-
ernment there is a government ol the clique ; tbe people have
no control to speak of over the Ministry, who, once appointed,
bold oiMce at the pleasure of the Kins', so that 4 once a Minister'
there, as tbe phrase goes. 4alwavs a Minister.' Such a state of
s Hairs of coarse is quite incomtatible with freedom, and ia
sure to Wad to inefficiency and corruption, not to mention
we ueuiorauxauon 01 ue people, wbich always occurs where
tbe people resign their liberties, and tram an v mm man or mr
number of men to s-overn them as thev nleaae. withnnt thinking
for themselves or exercising that vurilance and supervision
necessary to keep even tbe honestest or tbe ableat man, or
number of men in the right path."
Mr. J. Rutherford Ryley has evidently studied
our condition under th Constitution of 1864,as well
asthougb. be bad resided here during the last ten or
twelve years. In the words we have quoted, he
shows himself to possess tbe mind of a statesman.
With such men in her councils, Fiji, as a free
government, will outstrip Hawaii. To our sbame
it must be acknowledged that be bits off oar case
exactly ; and we have tbe cold consolation of re
membering that the opportunity for him to ex
pose us to the contempt of tbe world, was afforded
by tbe annexation schemes of the Ruling Genius
of the Cabinet, that genius whose fertile brain
created tbe Constitution of 1SG4.
Let the curtain descend to slow music.
Whether the next scene shall be farce, comedy.
or something worse, time will show.
A Theatt between this government and that
of Japan appears in the Gazette. Its principal
value appears to be in tbe promise which is given
that no opposition will be made to the employ
ment of Japanese to be brought hither. We do
not anticipate any great irruption of those people
upon thcee sliores in consequence of the treaty.
ngdoni of Fij
After a short and with few exceptions a harmo
nious session, the labors of the Convention were
formally closed- by the King in person on the
14th. The result of their labors has been a
Constitution, in some respects modeled after that
of the Hawaiian Kingdom, presenting to the
country representative responsible government.
We have not been favored with a copy of the doc
ument, but gather its principal features from the
editorial summary of the Times.
Tho Constitution provides for civil and relig-
ious liberty, giving the right to all of freely f
! onnnLtn. ...:: I ! . 1 I
opaiiug ji Mining nuu puoiiBiiiug tueir senti
ments, while resjonsible for the abuse of that
right ; and extend to all the privileges of tho
writ of habeas corpus. By the twelfth clause,
slavery is forbidden, and 44 any dave entering the
kingdom of Fiji shall be free." If half the stories
we read are true, the operation of this clause wilt
be to send back to their homes much of the 44 im
ported labor ' now in the lslandd. No taxes nre
to be levied without the consent of the Legislative
Assembly. No retrospective laws are to be en
acted. "The supreme power of the Kingdom in
its exercise, is divided into the Executive, Legis.
lative and Judicial; these shall always be pre.
served distinct, and no judge of a Court of record
shall ever be a member of tho Legislative Assetu.
bly." "The government of the Kingdom of Fiji
is that of a Constitutional Monarchy, under his
Majesty Cakobau (Thakombau) his hiers and suc
cessors." All laws to become operative must be
signed by the King. The Kingdom of Fiji is
sub-divided into Provinces, to le ruled by native
Governors, who shall be members of tbe Privy
Council. Such Council to consist of tbe Gover
nors and one chief from each district, together
with the members of the Cabinet. The Counci'
will receive all Bills passed by the Assembly, and
will have the power of suggesting additions, al
terations, or amendments, and then returning the
Bills to the Assembly for their consideration. It
will be perceived that this Council so far performs
the functions of an Upper House. The object haa
been by its formation to obviate the necessity of
the two races mingling ia the lAseembly and vot
ing together upon such questions as might be
brought forward ; a state of things open to great
objection and which possibly might have led to
great abuse. r
The Ministry, as provided for by the Constitu
tion, was filled by the publication of a "Royal
Commission " on August 25th, as follows!; George
Austin Woods, Esq., Minister for Ldl and
Works ; Sydney Charles Rri, Esq., Chief Secre
tary; Frederiok Villiam Hennings, Esq., Minis
ter of Finance ; -James Cobban Smith, Esq.,
Minister of Trade and Commerce ; John Temple
Sagar, Esq., Minister of Native Affairs. These
44 shall hold office during his Majesty's pleasure,
subject to impeachment or retirement on political
grounds." It is so mewbat difficult to understand
what the Fiji Constitution makers mean when
they provided that the Ministers shall be subject
to retirement on political grounds while holding
office " during his Majesty's pleasure. The Leg
islature is a triennial one, holding annual meet
ings. The payment of taxes, being of age, and a
six months residence, are the qualifications of an
elector. The Judiciary is to consist of a Chief
J ustice, and two Associate Justices, (one of whom
must be a native) , and such inferior txmrts as may
be created. . These are tbe leading features of the
Constitution of the Kingdom of Fiji, which is to
go into effect on tbe first day of October, acd on
cer which the elections are to take place during
a I a. t .at r a "
inai monin ior ine .Legislative Assemoiy.
Thus, in spite of ridicule and opprobrium. Mr.
Burt and bis colleagues have succeeded in makinc
iuc urot. important; steps in me aircction ot the
formution ofa government for Fiji. The Consti
tution appears to be liberal and fair, ard it now
remains for the people by the enactment of iuat
and equal laws to complete the work ofa united
and liberal government for this . rising state of
Suitable far tbe Fall Trade.
RESIDES DUE I.V ALL. DECEMBER
j THE CLIPPER SHIP NICOYA
ABOUT 1000 TONS OF MERCHANDISE !
For the undersicned fmm a Ntedle to an Anchor, a large
quantity of English Portland Cement, which will be sold
CI1KAP FOR CASH.
J01 THOS. WATEIOiL
BARK R. C. WYL1E,
II . HALTERMANN,..
A FILL ASSORTMENT OF
II. Com writ. Proprietor.
COUGAR AND MOI.ASsES FROM THIS
7 Plantation for sale in lots t' suit purchasers. Apply to
30 ly OKO. C. AlcLKAN, Agent.
pacificTb r assfoumdry.
THE U.NDKKSIUNED WOULD Re
spectfully inform the pulilic that he is prepared to cast
aud finish aU kinds of brass and composition work with
dispatch and at reasonable rates.
37 All kinds of ship and plantation worfc furnished on shot
TZT Constantly on hand, hose coupungs of the followin)
sires: i, , 1, li, 2 and 2$. Also, oil caps and gauge cockt.
JAM KM A. llOl'PLK,
30 ly King street.
T. McCrakoii Sc Oo.,
co nn is i or us k rv u aivts,
' ' ' 'PortluTicl, Oregon,
WAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN OL'RPRE
Mm sent business for uparU of seven years, snd beii
located in a fire proof brick building, e are prepared to receii
and dispose of Island staples, sunn ss Sugar, ii.ice.-Sy rups, Pull
Coffee, Ac, to advantage. C'onaicnuients especially soliciti
for tbe Oregon market, to which permal attention will be pad
and uKin which cash advances will he made wrien.reuirrd.
" Ssm FsAsrmco Khkkkksciu:
Radgcr Lindenberger, J ss. Patrick X Co.,
Fred- Iken, W. T. Coleman A Co.,'
Ptevens, Baker Co.
Allen It Lewis. Lald A Tillon. Leonard A Green
s9 Walker Allen. ly
rriAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE INHABITANTS OF IlONOLl!
tne jTUDI.c generauj urn wwj
Have Taken those Centrally Situated Jrt
CORNER OF FORT AND KING STRI
WHERE THEY INTEND CONDUCTING A GENERAL
FURNISHIIG AND OUTFITTING BUS1
It has been said Uusiness in Town is now overdone, but they trust that by Ste;
cation, combined with Civility and Attention, and the
IUAI-ITY OF THE OOOJDS OFFEItt
To Merit the Support that a Generous Public has Ever Evinced when f
T II la Y HAVE JUST IS 12 CE1V IS I FKO.TI K I
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
OHO ICE LIGH rr BRILLIAIV
Including Shirtings, Table Damasks, Napkins, If uckabucks. Mosquito Netting, and ever otlr
that or any other department.
ALSO, CHOICE INVOICE OF GENT'S FURNISHING (
TO THE LADIES THEY ESPECIALLY RECOMMEND A
MWI WL I L I
St. AUZ A1V 'S COLLEGE. Fro Bremen!)
REV C. O.-WILLIAMSON..
ALATAlT T. ATKINSON
MpHE OKDfiRKIUNRD I1AVERC
1. BY T11K AHoVK VttttttL j
XSTRUCTIOX RIVKVIN ALL HRANCHE9
FOLLOWING CHOICE ASSORTMENT
The Christmas) Qtittrtr-r Co ru turners ma
MOXUAV, October 2nd.
TKRMS-t20 Prr (Isarirr. 23 2t
C0MPKI8INQ A FULL AMOITsf
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING!
HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS,
WATCHES, Etc., Etc.
TWO SUPERIOR MUSIC BOXES.
German & Havana Cigars
DEETJEN'S LAGER BEER,
Best Holland Gin,
Demijohns Rum,'Brandjr, and Alcohol,
Cases Fine Old Brandy, Whisky,
Sherry and Port Wine.
CLARETS Chateau d-Yywrm,'Haut B ansae
Beer Corks, Soda-water Corks,
Medicine Corks, Saltpeter,
Stassfurt Rock Salt, Luneburg Coarse and Fine Salt.
HOOP I RON 3-4 inchx 1-20, 7-8 inch x 1-20,
1 inch i 1-16. 1 inch x 1-16.
Fencing WireNo. 4, 5, 6.
Shiet Iron 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 oxs.
Shet Copper 16, 18, 20, 22, 24 and 26 oxs.
Shet Lead, Etc, Etc., Etc.
Shot Link Chains 3-8, 7-16. 1-12 inch.
4-PIY IMA RUBBER BEITIW!
. .' . 4 and 6 inch.
Gnnpowdfr, Percussion Caps,
i Grindstones, Zinc Paint,
, Furniture Varnish, Bagging,
Matting, Wrapping Paper,
TO BILLIAHD PLAYERS !
BEG LE1VKTO ANNOUNCE TO TUB
Public anl to all that know how to appreciate
A Good Billiard Table,
That I have p-irch.isei that well known Table formerly at tba
Oljmplc Club Hall. iil a be t hf beat ia twwu,
and all lover of this healthful art are inrited to practice on it
at my Cigar aud Tobasco Store, during the day and evening.
II. B0LLM ANN,
23 4t Queen Street, opposite C. Brewer s Co.
TAKE NOTICE !
TWILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
may debts contracted in luy name without my written
orrJer. W M. RYAN.
lioDolulu, Sept. 22d, 1871. s23 3t
1 PERSONS HOLDING SHARES OF THE
OLYMPIC CLL'B SlaCK can receive the amount dus
npnn presentation of Certificates any time after Octoher 1st, to
P. C. JUNKS, Jg., at U. Urewcr tt Co 's office, Queen street.
TMJE t'NDE RS IU'KD HEREBY XOT1
fies the public tlmt he is the sole surviving llesiduary
Legatee of the Late LB VI H A ALKLKA. deceased i that said
Estate was finally settled oo the 3d dsy of June, 1867, all the
debts thereof paid, snd that he is entitled to all the remaining
Property of said Estate as said Residuary Legatee.
Sept. 20:h, :71. loi) C. KANAINA.
TCRI(J MT TEM 1'URA RV
JLF from this Kirgdom, n:y wife, b. I).
authorized to act as my Agent. "
KIN N BY, is duly
J. U. KIN NET.
e-ihloceseiss 1 1 DESIRABLE
WHICH WILL BK
Sold at Extremely Low Prices
tvnxUlinrj in part of th ft&riK
TO RJ5Toa LEASE! -
THE l.,0(7SR A.iuDKuiKVfl Ysr-t. i.a
ulilf.a-Avenue, Apjy to
Sept. 21st. (t23 tf.) C. 1 WILLIAMS.
NOTICE I "
EROW AND AFTER THIS ITEIWILL
sV pay oo Debts contracted in my name Lanout my written
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1871
BUILDING LOTS TO LfJdSE !
AT WAIKIKI, NEAR MR. AHERTON
New Building. Apply to iJoNKILI
MT,IEJ,OUSE LTELT OCCUPIED BV
U. A. Widemann, on Jadd Street. ApplV lo
64 J- L Klt.H ARD80N.
TO LET !
COTTAGK, cootsioiog an elegant parloaft . tT
three or four hcrirnm,, .:.. . A -
and pantry bath hoaserTant". hou ThmliZZZ
On,.of lhe aoU he'hy parts of the city. T
FI"J U l Ulf Ft I A nUHN TJL A Tk u Ta
rm Ua9 a.! V.
TO LET 0E LEASE !
THOSE V IT ft V Ill-cm . ....
PRKMIStflon th. Mm iK
LANI, at present occupied by Mr a H
Store Room on basement i ther l. Jil r
rirm a. . . : rossessino
arat in rfU'V next. trie ..... . i
given oa tbe
JAMKS a. I.B-UOM
J.V. Jit,"E AND MR.
llonoinlo, September. 1871
m w d
UMBtir' SlVi'.A?? D. FUR-
j TO.iUinrq pannars In anr
11. HACKFKLD m
rASES MORTON'S GROUND BLACK
w. repper, glass.
Cases Morton's Ground Mixed Spiof, glsss.
Cases Morton Ground Cloves, glass,
Cases Morton's Baleratns, hf lb glass.
Cases Morton's Soda, hf ft
Cases Morton's Creasa Ttrtsr, hf snd 1 lb glass,
Csses Morton's Ground Cinnamon, hf ft glsss.
Caes Morton's Capers, Pints k hf Pints,
Cases Morton's Pie Fruits.
Cases Batty's Pi Fruits, Case Morton's Pickles,
Cases Morton's Jams and Jellies,
' cue and two pound jars.
Case Morton's Bed Herrings,
. Cases Morton's Lemon Pyrap,
Cases Morton's Raspberry Syrup,
Cases Morton's ass'4 Potted Meat,
Keg Crushed Sugar,
260 Loave of Sugar,
Casks of Zai.teCurrantI, ' "
Cases Mushroom Catsup, Case assorted Sauce,
LEA & PERRIN'8 SAUCE,
pHits and hi pints, genuine,
Case Trench peas,
Cases of Slscearool and. VermiceUi, In 7 ft tin,
Cases of Imperial Prunes,
Csses of Caraway Seed,
Cases or Table Salt, in glass Jars,
Case of CnglUh Mustard, hf ft bottle,
YVostpUaliix Hams !
Case of Olive Oil,
Case of Nutmegs, In 7 and 10 ft. tins.
Case of Ginger, In T ft. tins.
Case of Citron Peel, In 10 ft. tins.
Cases U Lemon Peel. In 1 ft. tins.
Case of Uraog Peel, in T ft tin,
Pink. WhiU around Brilliants,
Heavy Denims, Brown Drill, j
White Lon Cloth, Horrook. Uilif)
Blue Striped ricking,
Victoria Lawna, fin Black Cubarfi.
Bleached Sheetings, linen and oott. "
Blue Twilled Flu o net, j
Italian Cloth, Oil It Alpaca,
Black Lasting, Black Crape,
Turkish Towela, ttilesiaa,
White Irish Linen,
Shirts, linen bteom, ftincj b-jaoa '.
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Undershirts, Blankets, asa'd colon
Cotton and Linen Thread, Buutii.
White Linen Handkerchief,
Fbafj Cotton HandktrcLlefi!,
'Bed Quilts assorted,
Monkey Jackets, Silk Umbrella,
Double-face Umbrellas, Socks, -&
A FULL Ll0' ,
CLAKET, KUINE VVI.
O Jol jol xata x
ALE AND PORTt
WUte Viala 4, 6 and 8 ounces, etc., etc
FOIL SALE Br
Ed. BOFFSCHLAEGER & Co.
NULULU. both t..nb.n,i. . . . IIO
u WHO four Knml
nati. KAnA . .
leased at moderate prices by tbe tnnth or year.
- anoiv to w n
FOR S A I.G.M.TII e rriTT.
F.jil wn at n aJtlkl, Ibrmerly occupied tv Miss M
Sj KUBfTT. a rr,l m Z ,
IU to II
JON KB. ft
STEAMER from SAN FRANCISCO
A Choice Assortment of
CALIFORNIA PRODUCE !
uabkb OF CALIFORNIA I A M 8.1
Case of California Bacon, Case of Smoked Beef,
Caateai ofonrnvnin m-m. -r
' -m J. . JI,
Cases New Pacific Cod Fish !
Case of California Oat Meal,
ms or assorted Cracker,
O. a. Family Flonr, qoarter sacks.
$ncks ol Humboldt Potatoes.
Sack wl Csilirwrailsi Oattn.
Satcka rctlira,rli Bratst.
FOR SALS BT
H. E. HcINTYRE & BUO,
Comer Stiof and Fort Streets,
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron,
Yellow Metal and Nails,
Sheet Zino Tin,
Fire Brick, Pipe Clsy. Fir W1
Gambler, Cutch, Palm Oil,
A FULL A8S0RTMM '
HEMP AND HAlttkA. i
House Paper end Borden
Harana and German Cig"1
AN INVOICE OF
FINE CLOTHS, 'BUCKS,
JJanj Olhcr Articles W K
TO SPECIF!' J
For Sale at Low ites. &ir
for inspection at o-ir store.
Ced Delivered t all Part ( th City Fra
URIEN. 1 . I