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The Pacific commercial advertiser. (Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands) 1856-1888, November 09, 1872, Image 2

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COMMERCIAL.
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T T"r " b ia twk t.
-. V array lan fw-icn, oil the 2J lnt , with part cargo
prodnrt-, luJ at o.tT 1 . i U '' f"C nao.
m la6la, Bj.ng r.ht l eieae.ll---day,tL .A I Star Uu k
latand tut h(Jm V Ik Lum.il, tt bUoda in the Pari 9c,
trading Ml li C. -V. M'artf t (juiw l.an.!. with ui-ti'
ad aabnrer.
Iwrio WliraUy, Taurwlay and to-lav, Uarfear ku h-M
aa nl'iwn kmrinf oat l r , lo rl- mr rn gr.ni-nta
at -alca, kii iua (Uur (f Ln-u;ht fi.r pricca,
tier did mr brtr f fUM coal.
PORT Or HONOLULU,
AKKIVAM.
Xaw. 2 - Warwick. KaUwai. fin Kaoaakaka'. Molofca!.
3 rlatr Ailaaea, McUrrj. (ma Hawaii and Maai
X Kctir k Mni. Daria. Irocn kUbaral. kam-
jVhr 1 1 at tat. ja. Iron Kawiua-ili, Kauai,
a rhr Mary Kit. Jim, from Kuki. Kiiiii.
3 Hew tkbkBW Wirl. Whitney. 24das fin Arctic.
wjh kOO aB. li OXI tyro. S walru. leelh-
t rVhr Jiiny, Lambert, front WaJovaat Kofcav. Kauai.
T-hT SU. Merrill. :raoe. Ifwi Laaalna, Maui.
7Hrar Kinaa, Makalu. bum Mali so. Maui.
7 ffhr Artive, llufa. from K'-hala, llx.aii.
-" - ? Arttr IfokuHe. AbnihaU, tntn Anaoota, KanaL
Cintr Kiaoea, MrUrrfor.frufn Ha vail and Maui.
DKriKrcKt-t.
,r a'.tt lo Mi-vrilt l'nn. f jt la'lna. Maal.
2 Am bk UU M array. rt'j.h-rH, r lan Franriann.
4 m KiUora, Mir'n-r. fur Xnl and ilawaiL
4 Arbr Warvirh. KaUaa.a,(nr kaunakak-it. Molckai.
4 iVrhr Fairy Uoo, Kaaina. I f Kaoaln. Kaaai.
a r Wjrrp ut lintf, i.iara, rr nana. .nam.
4 tw-hr Juanila. Dwlmf, tr I'd ana. !.. kai.
4 f"tr Mary tiio. Jim. fr.r Waib'. Maui. i
15 Fear Ka SUA, Daia, U,t Kahului. Maul. !
A Am bklrj VVlX. Uuir. d.r .Slfiaimo. j
Aai ackr C M War t, fi W Ru kinaa. (nr Goano la. j
. i
frjrctcat llraarlatra.
Fob l.4i4 .rhr Nettie McrrlU. aaiU tliia r a. !
foa WiiDwiiD foar Hiror KiUoea, a.U oo Momlay.
'. VaCSSaCI i.v roRT. !
watuit.
Haw vk hk Arrtif, A X Tripp,
Am b "hip Rainbow, Gray.
Ana k bk Afti, f.'aaaptjll.
lUw MbiKW Wwod, tt Wbitncy.
tmtTVI1.
Nor 0-r U!p C.-irt, 1'ir.rh. up i-r Hongkong.
Haw kr g KameLameba V, Wcvk.
Haw tk SJourier. fW, kawiifif.
Am achr tmily. K A I 'U mart
Am bk C'fDet. A Foilrr, litiU.t-
M LAIUKil MA.
Bsroar or Watiua Caaa fL. W. Wood, B. Wmitiet,
5IaaT B-wchaJ the Arctic July Sib ; lonk first wkl Ppt
, Sth; lk tra bow brad aiul two deril Eah i t.k but wbale
Oct lt- t.rtl tk Ire Oct 9th. I(at a pb-aaant taaaafe down.
Cum through th Rtraita will. (iur oibrr abipa on lb ISth
i lct. Wcaiber vrj &M. Hove on rt t'aul'a 12 houra
wUb Ecrca, blowir.j very fc"v. T..k iJO hbla wbale tvil,
J J.i 00 B bal ban, aad l,,'li trwle lru teeUt.
" rEXI'OKTS." " "
FaifU Faaanaco Per I C. Marray, Nov. 24 :
Coeaonul Oil, caka. .
114 Hheep Kkina. bmila.
St
i;aif Skina, pea....
iiano. b.......
(ioa.1 tikina, boJla..
Hb!ra,Tica
Iron, bura. ........
Faddy, ba(s
Foio. kalra...
JO Samites, r....
b if agar, krjt....
41! . . ba(i....
1,441' pkil....
701;TalVw, pkf...
2Ml W'o.,1. baira....
I
Hi
Al
13
&4
1
1 YV hala ilune, bodla
li --, baa
Value Otua.. .7 ,1331 1 For . . $ 284 87 t Trana..tl.u40.
Fob Naaamo I'er Victor, Nor. 6th :
CotT'e, twf
Valor UoDKctiC... ...ZJ.
Fob flrtiitci Ihlaub Per I.uaa, Nov. 6ih:
Acul. bx 1 Glaaaware. bx
Iirta.1, ca S Pol, l.t.la
VigTLif, ra. ........... 3 Port Wioe, cae. .......
Fruit A -flnblrw, V. 1 Rice, b.ifa
FrwH, bta ' 4-
' VAJas-I)in?iie.. $210 95 Foreign...' $133 (A.
20
Tom lL4t it the Piciric Per I.analito, Nor. 7tbt
Brandy, cm.
1 . Preserved Proriatooa. ca 16
Beef, pkg. ...........
Beana, bi( ..,.... ...
Brnabea it. ....... ....
Collc, bitja. .........
Cheat a. No...........
Caaspanr Cbwia, orata
Itnnra, No............
Floor, bhto
CJan Powr, tfca......
I.lnaeed Oil, drama....
Mol t (. iikiTi.. ......
6.V Polatoea, ba. ........ "0
B I'aifit, caaa. ........... ifi
1 rltrh, bbl 1
9 Rnpe. coil. ..t... ...... 1
30 Rice, ba 25
k DaJmoo. bbU 15
30 Susar, k(... 44
SO rtoapy bit 4
10 f-.lt. hf (
10 Hplit Peaa, denyhoa.. Ik
IS Tar, Ml 1
to, Wbita C'ma'd Wmrar.k- 6
l'lk Bread, ra
Value DomeaticSlAZO 7 s Foreifa 11.1J4SJ.
Fob Ccuo I lav Da Per C. St. War.l, Nov. Sth s
Brrad.ra.... 15PaiaJ,0,e 80,000
Bf, Jta 4,000 Potaux, bhta 10
li 1 1 let a, ce. .. 1 Pumpklna. No......... 100
butter, bbla..... 2 Rope, eoila 3
Motaaaea,fa!U 400 riugir, Ra "00
Pork, bbla 2,
- Vaiuo $"S4 ; Forio. $28S &8- - -
PaMNKNGKUS. ,
Fos 3a Faiariaco Per D. C Marrav. Now 2d Cart C
BrhrBria, Mrs Mix aoi danchkr, Mr Balflnf Ian. Mr Thnmi Mn.
, hae F coed. J Duyle, L Uaoaia, Alex laiLoa, Henry Bird,
rFuai ' opencer. - -
.' Faow ffimwiiD Poara Per KiUoea. Nor. 5J C A
raatle, R U rhunlio, Mcholaa Georgv. J K Spencer, J W
Sfeyer, Mra I) U W iUJr and 2 children. Miaa Patty YVidemann,
Ira Caot Maka. Miaa K Fornandar. C F Pflotcr and child,
I R li.lcb.roca-, W O Pmlih. li Taylor. Jnilga r ornander, Uow
' Nahaoleiaa, Mra John Eua, and & deck.
Fob Wtnawaaa Poara Per Kilaaea, Nov. 4th Jarif
Hartwell, Jnd4 Foraanler. W O cnnlh. Biahnp Willis. Col
Jnoea. L MeCulty, VV L W Ucox, Jilaa Pavia, Mra T J UayaeU
den, Jr, and 74 deck.'
Faow Waikb it Eoloa Per Jenny. Nov. 6th W E
.Wright, a Fuller, W II litevenaon, and 20 deck.
Foa Hraaauc lata an Per Loka, Nor. 8ih John Tarn,
Thaw Thruiw.
- Fo Cco laLasoa Prr C M. Want, Nor. 8ih George
A BrUp-a, A J Kinoey, Mr Wtihl, Mr i!inea,J Wearer,
aoaa aiocraw . .. . .
Fob lataaos ia thb Pirtrtc Per linaJilo, Nor. 8ih
Saward Prooart, Peter Maluoger, 7 Maoahiki aoea and S
P Faow Wiitatit Poara Ter Kilaaa, Nor. Oth Mra
Niwdham and 2 cbiMren, Miaa Maria Berkley, Miaa Mary
Minor, 11 ba Mary K Rk-banlaon, Mra A O Forea aod ctuU
flren, j Urowa, aod 4d deck.
i The Ramie.
The following letter was received here by the
Comtt on her last trip down, and we, knowing the
advantages possessed by ns here for growing ramie,
have obtained permission to publish it :
Saw I baxciico, Oct. 8th, 1872.
. VCESTumES : A thort time after my arrival here,
I made tbe acquaintance of a young man who has
been laboring for months with a procvsB he has dis
covered tor cleaning ramie," and after many con
versations with him on the subject, I have become
thoroughly convinced of tbe practicability of enter
ing into a compact with him ; but before doing so,
would like to ask for information on the subject
throng a yoo.
We c tiled on the hoose of Rogers, Meyers & Co.
of this city, who by way of inducement, have guar
anteed, or agree to do so, to give S2o0 for every ton
weight cf ramie we can send them, and this proposal
leads os to ak the questions- herein contained. I
would state to you that by the process we have, we
can tarn out the ramie for o0 per ton, exclusive of
freight, charges. &c, that is, we can manufacture it
for th'uj. and would be only too happy to make some
avmngtment with yoo. Should you deem it to your
interests to have the affair made known in the isl
ands generally, would you have the kindness to in
form us by the earliest opportunity, viz. : how
much ramie there Is now being cultivated on the isl
ands ; the names of the parties who are cultivating ;
bow Mr. Hitchcock succeeded with his ramie ma
chine, or whether he has corn men eel cleaning any of
his rami ; whether the ramie subject is considered
as favorably ss when the writer was In Honolulu
last winter Ed 3
i Our first" step would be to secure ourselves in a
pateot right fur the process. The Sand
wich Inlands is our Cel l, and if we can learn through
yeu that at least 40O tons was now under cultivation
in yoar islands, we would, with the great confidence j
we have in our 'process, go there by first oppor-
tunity, and convince all who have facilities that it !
wool. be to their interest to cultivate. This is tbe '
great abstacle. but we are not disposed to pay undue j
attention to obstacles.
The great trouble with ramie has been the clean- :
Veg of it, and our process do this to perfection.
. Bamie baa never been put in a marketable
tats for less than 'JU0 to per ton. Vi cau i
clean it and put it in the shape desired fur $50, and
en this assertion, and the inducements, and the an
swers we may get to oar questions, we are willing to
give an ocular demonstration, and also willing to
risk oar time, and tbe means at our command to
prove the same by v'ua'Jag the inlands. Oar desire
weald be to manafecttire ramie in fabric, not to
rrw if.
VTs will leave the matter in your hands, hoping to
hear frotn you with fall information, &c
Yours truly, .
We would call the attention of those of our read
ers who may have interested themselves in the
..growth of ramie on these islands to the foregoing,
and would say that we have already forwarded sam
ples of the fibre to the writer of the above, and will
be happy to forward him all the information we may
be able to obtain. Ed. P. C. A.
j ' '
Our principal joker, who is Fimply incorrigible,
says that in one respect be thinks lirant has tbe
tart' of Greeley in this campaign, . for Grant
quietly smokes his cigar and Greeley takes the
stamp. Arte York WorlJ.
Raw beef chopped up with fine onions is a new
"feed" which Germans consider a cure or pre
ventive of dyspepsia, ns well as of lung dims.
THE PACiriC
(Lommcrcial 3iMcrtisn
sm rm. y. .ovr.Mui:n n.
I'jiiv reading the I!o..!uti -u t:iut fjrm tlie
j Iatform or j riniiiinio of ohj-cta to tx; i.uglit
aflor I. the lliw.-tiian Immigration S-i-riety,"
n alrtol at the meeting for orniiitition n
Wolwrj.-iy I.t, it i iuiti)li.ite!y afjrcnt that
t!ie j fpjrt-l CcIJ of action i oiAy prelim inn rj.
The Society i xnf-rrlj f ,r the present jurp,;
of making en'juirie which maj le useful in the
future. Indeed, we have heard it fiue-ted that
the title aumed by the Society is all too br.aJ ;
in tigniCc-nce, anJ should be amended to 44 A
Sjciety f jr the Acfjuicition of Uecful Knowledge."
To thie) eugestion of the inadequacy of the aims
of the Afwiciation, it will be very proj;rly an
ewcred, that the pruj-er courao is to Leglu At Crat
jrincij les, and that no t-tep ought or can be
taken in the deired direction without firet ancer
taming, irom rcuaoie autuoruiee. all tLe tacts as
to the eoarces of eupf Ij of labrand population,
and all other partiulars necessary to a eafe, in
telligent and twtisractory acormplishment of the
final objects in view. The .Society had thus at the
outlet restricted itaclf to the task of gathering
the facts and EurtM upon which a detailci plan
may hereafter be baed. JJy giving prominence
to that branch of the subject referring to the
procuring of additional laborers to carry on the
industries of the country, and by refraining from
the elaboration of or suggestions for any plan
l.Kiiing to the permanent increase of our popula
tion, tbe new Society, while it may be deemed by
some to have fallen short of what was ex pected of
,
it, has, at all events, avoided the liability to the :
II J. r..T.T.. -t-l 11 "..
cnuie! uniouni oi itiiicibui wuicii wouia uievua
bly be cvokeJ by tlie promulgation of any immi
gration bcbeme, however carefully digested . it
might have been. Thus far, no one can complain
that the young Society has lacked commendable
caution.
One of tbe objects of the Society U set forth
in the firet resolution to be, to acquire informa
tion that may be useful to those who may be
willing to migrate to this country; referring, of i
course, io permanent neiners as uidiinguisnca
from contract laborers. Now, it appears to us
that unfortunately, under our present circum
stances, the fuller the correct information we
shall impart to the right sort of persons willing
to migrate to this country, the less willing they
would be to come, and the more likely to keep
away. As very pertinently asked by a corres
poi.dcnt who submits A Few Plain Thoughts,"
w'lat real indueemen'B have we to offer to iiunii-
grantB? We ' have no public landa, like the I
United States, upon which a man with a family
can plant himself to build up a home that be can
hope to call all bis own in a few years. That is
the kind of immigration we need, whether it be
from Japan or Malaysia, or from whatever direc
tion, to bring about the " population that will
be permanent." And, however we may evade
or, poet pone the consideration of this point, it
inust ever recur with increasing force and im
portance. In our isolated and peculiar position we can
by no means espect that population from abroad
will drift ht re of itself. It must be invited and
attracted. j And before we extend the invitations
woTuust provide the attractions, of which we
are manifestly' barren at present. And herein fj mmigratiou, and the securing lor ibis Archipelago
lies the magnitude of the task, the planning ofjjM iticreasH wf a permanent and valuable popula-
wuiou iuDiiauu.j.iiv.1 .v.vlj o jv .u.v-j.
borne to nndertnke. Uut, as was urged by one
of the speakers at the preliminary meeting, the
time has arrived for action, and the Society, by
its powerful influence exerted through public
opinion upon the Government, (which stands
ready to consider any reasonable proposition) can
bring about such a radical change in our policy
of public improvements and the utilization of
our waste lands, that within a comparatively
short time we shall bo able to bold out good in- ;
duccments to tbe right sort of immigrants for
the increase of our permanent population.
Prompt but careful legislation will accomplish
this ; involving however, the outlay of no little
capital in the beginning, but which will be avail
able from the plethoric money markets of the
world, whenever we manifest the will and tbo
energy to make use of our natural advantages.
That Heaven helps those who strive to help them
selves, ia no less true of nations than of in
dividuals. Tlie present is a critical period in the history
of Hawaii nci. With us of to-day rests the re
sponsibility of deciding whether this little King
dom, with its great natural resources and unri
valed position on the map of the Pacific, shall
from henceforth take the upward path of enlight
ened prosperity as an independent state, or con
tinue, as it has already begun, to decline into
material and political nothingness and poverty.
Are we equal to the emergency ?
For skvlsal years past, the fact has been more
or less known that the Chinese in these Islands
were securing all the American gold coin of tho
denomination of twenty dollars, that came in their
way, and in fact going out of their way some
times to purchase these pieces, for cxtiortation to
China. With tho scarcity of gold which now
exists in the country, this withdrawal of the hand
some and convenient double-eagle by tbe Chinese
lias reduced the number of these particular coins
to such an extcot that at present they are rarely j
found in circuIatioo. To-day, the Chinese are'
freely offering twenty-one silver dollars for the.
gold $20 piece. Tlie reason for this high price,;
which is paid for only this particular denomina-,i
tion of coin, is that no other American coin will :
be received in China, and there being no system'
of exchange among the native merchants of that
country, current coin must be exported thither to
pay for goods imported here.
A combination of circumstances has resulted in
placing us in a peculiar position just now, as to
money matters. The drainage of gold coin and
American half dollars to remit in payment of
goods, there Wing no exchange on San Francisco
to be bad, leaves us with only the five-franc piece
as currency. And if, as is reported, the new
American half-dollars to be coined this winter in
San Francisco will be worth eix per cent, more
than those now in circulation, we are likely to be
etill further flooded with five-franc pieces, used in
the purchase of half-dollars here for exchange for
the new ones in California, by Chinamen who
desire to ship money to China.
Speaking of the scarcity of exchange leads us
to remark upon tbe statement made in the last
Gazelle under the head of Commercial," to the
effect that whalers find here "money plenty for
exchange at par." As it is a fact well known
that but very little exchange was to be had when
the last steamer left for San Francisco, even at
two per cent., we are at a loss to know who has
money in plenty for the whalers, at par. There
may be a few persons here w ho will buy whalers'
bills on New Bedford to cancel their debts in that
city or Boston, but our liabilities are mostly in
California, and we have but few in the East.
Consequently, it would appear that the whalers
will have to pay for tho money they may need, as
well as for other supplier.
Nlt t-j native docU.n. nitive lawyers are J
n-nt nuiiixs anl r-rfi-ct hirJd of prey iri their
!tj riuation- ujn the Hawaiian. They ore
n eElr mere 1u1 t rctenJern to legal knowlclge,
it it i t i -,u .i . , i
Kl,! talker., a,J ery hanJy w.th the ami
eai!y gain the cunfiJenee ol their ignorant and
Ul-.lJciins countrymen, whom they blee-J to
tf.; laM eent of h. rnoae-tibly, too little
i i i r !
r:iution has Leen exereiKsi lierctofore in allowing
t!i! cmr iri?H in the law to obtain licenses to
j.racti'-e. Occasionally the fraudulent doings of
6 jjne of tt.cws uieiabera of the bar" cornea to
the knowledge of the Court, an4 tly are '
tr..inrtlv dir-mi-d from t racticine: but that i
1 - i ,
d.je Dot l.Ut a D to their iaie.hieV0U3 Career,
f)r ttlj ?ti!l han- a!x,ut the purlieus of the Court
ou6e act alantd and runner- to others i
' of their tribe who have not yet bo-n detected, or
cte they tiink off into B-jiue country place and :
' . it - ' v '
, latratc. cry naturally the poor Hawaiian who
itwa a case in tJourt ana tlie- race is proverbially
e fn,lon;ti-ti,.n;r,t;11.ii(vHlin f.ivor of having
j " J . i
a couniryman ior ma lawyer, aua oesiuef, nicy
i charge les tltaa does tbe foreigner; in the end, j qy of the farmer's girl I read about in the primer
I . .i , - ,i , ' in my early days, who was carrying -a bucket of
I when the native s money is all gone and nothing . ... J. . . J .'. . , i ,, ,, " .
' j f o unlit to market : it is made up of its." if, said
i to ehow for it, be finds bis countryman much the j she, I sell my milk, fur so much a quart, and if
dearer couom-1 of the two. One of the most bare- I invest the proceeds in eggs, w hich will if, they
If i .o j- i- i hatch chickens, tbat, after they are raised will sell
faced cases of swindling by a native lawyer came , 3 ,
J J ; for so much, then, &c. Suppose our Immigration
j to our notice a day or two since. A woman who Society to be duly formed with a basis of a working
: owned a piece of land on Maui, was told by oDe : capital and I am sure, lor my part, I wish it God-
r u i .t. i i i n spi-ed, very heartily and after due trial it is found
of tiese bharks that tlie Boundary C-oiniuiifeionern . .r . J - , , . , f
i J tbat a sutbcient supply or suitable emigrants, men
were about to hi the loundaries of the land which j wita wives and families, can be got to come here;
; adjoined her own, and that if she would give him ! how, let me ak, are we to dispose of them after
! the sum of seven dollars and-a-half, which hede- th" r'ive,1 Government, of course, is very fvor
. .ably dipposed to any fcoheine, honest and fair, that
: clarcd was the amount of costs, lie Would atteud w;u bring in population, but has no land on which
I the sittings of the Commibsion and see that lier i to place new comers. Where then, I ask, are you
I ri-hta were not infringed, and the boundaries of : P?h, to ,oca.le .lhese raen ..wi,.h fm"'. '
Ler lanJ perrnonentiv h cnird to-
tetiiea permanent1y. sne ecrafa to-
tbcr t, rer uircj Pu:n and it t lhe kinJ
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i i .i tv . i a-
i lawyer, and then after waiting; a lone time ascer-
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; tained that no such case as the one described was
j ever before the Commission. It is to be hoped
I i,ai i ,.,..:t:, .. -ii : i :r
that the proper authorities will tsce to it that if
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i the fellow can't be made to disgorge, lie may at
all events be sent to'prison for the felony. Cases
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freaucntly come to our knowledge in which these
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lawyer leecnes nave receiveu large iees ana ae-
iHjoits lor costs from clients and never moved a
1
o-er in thecane- where thf tiwtii hm tnip.1 hr
gcrin me canes, wiiere tne costs as taxed ry
the Court have been falsely represented by the funds in providing the luxury of a hotel, instead of
lawyer at a much larger figure; and soon, in vari- i devoting it to the furtherance of the real, apparent
ous nrnscs of romerv and swindlino- : ne'ls ot tbe countr' l'J hringiug the fertilising
ous pnnscs ot roguery ana swindling. , water that now runs tQ waste dowQ tQ eurich anJ
While this disreputable showing is undeniably ' yen ler productive our now barren solitudes. -true
of tlie native lawyers as a class, all over tlie j But I Wiit further developments of plan by the
islands, t!rc are, it is but fair to cay, some few ; Jet inchoate I'g"tion Association.
individuals who constitute worthy exceptions to j :
to tho geuentl rule.- ' - : I The followixo correspondence has been handed
The Hawaiian Immigration Society.
I T r i n tiiro niiirrli-inttt ntiiiinfiiliirara rrivirQ
.1 iiuiiivi-, ,i,if,., ui itiubiui v c, a, umvi ,
fdtmors, ohop-ket'pers, mechanics, and to all in
terests and indiisli ies in the Hawaiian Islunda :
We, the ntnltrsigned. Executive Committee of
the Hawaiian Immigration Society, having been
atillioi i.ed by resolution of the Society to solicit
your co-operation, now beg to extend to you the
invitation to take part in the great measure of Im-
migration and development of the country, by
sharing in the membership of this society.
Although dantiug is n cogniz.'d as our para -
mount iaU rt'at. yet we le.-ii c to appeal as earnestly
to every olhei interest, feeling satistifd tbat all are
so intimately bound together, that no one can be
materially advanced without tho promoiion of tbe
other.
Wn not only seek co-operation by membership of
ev-ry resident the lslaniis. lHt we alsoearncslly
toncit imormatton irom all parties in respnetto tiio
conditions of labor, land, cultured, and all tbe
.: r-irr nnistnnffS and oninirtimiti.-s I lint ma v f:ivor
i .... , Cnttt. ,, fllllv fonvftsl the
country, and fully digestej and tabulated the in
formation obtained, they hope to be able to pro
pose a feasiblo plan lor tlie supply ol labor and
pcruianeut population, to bt submitted for the ap
proval of tbe Society aud the concurrence of the
Government.
We trust tbat every well wisher of the prosperity
of these islands will give us his name and moral
support iu fiii theilug the objects of the Society.
- Very resjiectlully,
' Samuel N. Casfle, W. L. Green, C. It. Bishop, J.
C. Glade Executive Committee.
,' Walter M. Gibsox, Sec'y II. I. S.
Written for the P. C. Advertiser
Acorns from Oakland.
The live-oak is no longer the type of Oakland".
Being, as it believes, on the right side of the bay '
it is building itself up at quite a diUereut rate f
progress from the slow growth of the indigenous II
Although, from extended observation, quite stoical in
regard to the wonders of improvement, I have be
positively astonished at the changes wrought during
a few weeks absence from this enterprising young
city. Prominent among the rising redwood palaces 1
is the Big Boarding Box of your former townsman, p-
1. a. dcox, .Lsq. txcuse tbe term box, for truth
compels the comparison. I can find no artistic pleas
ure in a large wooden structure. When completed
according to modern design , in the similitude of some
more substaulial material, the building may be en
joyed as a genuine cattle, but during tha process of
erection the box resemblance is inevitable. The
frontage of this immense hotel occupies the entire
length of a block on ll'th street. It is, including the
mansard roof, four stones iu height. It has towers
in the form of quadrangular, truncated cones on the
summit thereof. It has balconies aad bay-windows,
aud is to be furnished with all the little charming,
modern luxuries, to attract esthetic, fashionable loaf
ers male, aud especially female. Scores of private
residences, large, lofty and elaborate in their finish
are arising in various parts of tbe city. Tbe region,
however, between 12th street and Lake Merritt has
the natural aristocracy of Bite, The handsome home
of W. A. Aldrich, E&q., occupies, in importaut re
spects, the choicest locatiou in this delightful area.
It is situated on the shore of Lake Merritt at the
tt rmiuation of a fine cypress avenue extending from jf ' -l'Jth
street, an eighth of a mile distant, and forming J
a magnificent vista not unworthy of English arbori-1
culture. I confess that my interest in Oakland is'
largely enhauced aud I am sure your readers will'j
sympathize with the sentiment from the fact that
among her citizens especially conspicuous for enter
prise, public spirit, wealth and taste, are found two
former residents of Honolulu, so well and favorably
remembered as Messrs. Aldrich & Wilcox. Tbe latter's
devotion to metropolitan matters has not, however,
destroyed his proclivities to marine adventure. You
have, of course, noticed bis successful expedition in
quest of the whaling fieet wrecked in the icy Arctic.
And sturdy opposition to railroad monopoly and op
pressive subsidies has given Col. Aldrich au honora
ble record in the annals of San Francisco, and
indeed a national reputation. He was, you know,
one of the "peoples" celebrated century plants.
Honolulu can cite these two men as triumphant refu
tations of tbe common aspersion that a lengthened
residence in the topics inevitably abates human en
ergy. Calet -non animum mutant, Ac."
The relations tf Oakland to ber parent peninsular
city are quite peculiar. Interdependent in a large
degree, they have, nevertheless, their little jealousies
and rivalries. San Francisco has kindly consented
to allow her restless children to stay over night in
Oakland, but seriously objects to tbeir spending the
day there and playing along the shore with the com
merce cf the world. And so the anxious mamma
tries to fight and frighten Stanford away from Goat
Island, and, anon, to coax and bribe his fiery steed
to make his goal on the peninsular side of the bay.
But San Francisco is divided against itself and
meanwhile Oakland is flourishing no longer like the
native live-oak, but like the exotic eucalyptus rap
idly and gracefully.
By the Ilaho"s mails you will have been informed
of our political situation. The sovereigns have de
cided to reinstate the Republican Court. A full
hundred ycirs of national progress is now assured.
The spirit of 177G can now consistently shake hands
across the broad chasm" of a century with the
kindred soul of 1876. The great patriotic heart of
Honolulu will rejoice with the loyal people of the
Great Republic. And, in turn, the American friends
of the staunch little Hawaiian Kingdom are awaiting
with hopeful interest the issue of your ministerial
crisis. Let us trust that through the Christian
grace of reugnation solvation may be vouchsafed to
the lovely realm of the Kamehamehas. J. A. B.
Oct. 9th. 1S72.
j. ;
The English Secretary of State for the Colonies
has approved of the following device for the flag
of South Australia: The Union Jack with four
stars, intended to represent the Southern croc?,
emblazoned in the centie, surrounded by a wreath.
A Few Plain Thoughts.
Me. Kkitor: Like yourself. nl doubt'esa erery
c-ther thoughtful wen-wiiher of lliwaiian ioJepen
unce. I bT. from my retreat or obscurity anJ .
' tin importance. ten a clce nj anxious ob9erTer of t
tbe j., ,hkl h,e rinj? t,Q ia ,h. COIIl i
muiiity in rtgarJ to the sul j?cts cf laW anJ popu-'
I lation. Not particularly the first ; for if the planters :
I .V.!? ni.ne :
I an to pmy f, their importation. I know of no
j bswde in the way of their getting them, lepti-
i tnately. Uut an t popnliuon. Un tbat point, I as :
! a II.ai;an . . l,.t',.,r. Y,w ir.t.rt .n.l '
vj iuc iivro tuii UUC 9 liiiir, itrci m iBUiluul J
iottret Iaee that oar own .bori-mal popal.tionl
annually and fr as I can eee to the contrary j
PiJ dwindling in numbers. anJ nothing at all I
e-JinroenBUrate Coding in to replace those who UlS-
nrr V an n.. a nfttinn f twtwMn fift anJ
ix'y thousand at all events, not over the Utter j
?ure--nd C decreeing at the rnte cf M, a j
I mouxanu a jear. me prooiem ior toe prupoea i
; H awaiian Immigration Company to solve is, to re-
peope our coautrj sml tu tricg in to our ialanJs ;
; i rum me teeming miuicns oi oiuer unas, doe i
"lJ ,ew laoorers, to mie more eugar ior as ii
export, but permanent settlers and producers, who j
uui aixeugiucu ana ouua up iue umd. -
- T.
. " iw wn iobu.ii.hu; Dm rewji
,0 or hear, so far, bow it is proposed to do
this. ll the talk as vet, reminds me of the so'ilo-
P'f'i , 6m i"19 aner,tne f"?',
WOuld become producers and enrich the body politic?
; They miut be fed. clotheJ and lodged, and that will
. , , ...
' not oe accomi jisneu t'V our siiiimv saviue re ve
, , , , , , Z , . 3
fed, clothed and lodged.' tvme of tbe phnters
might be disposed to take a few families, to raie
cane on shares, and that seems to me to be the only
solution of the difficulty, but nobody has yet broached
. , ... , J ,. J . , ,
tht idea, in any of the published discussions on the
subject.
i There is good land enough in the islands lying
' waste and unproductive, on which to settle an immi-
; .. , , ... r ... . . .. -
I gration of farmers with families, but it is unavaila-
( ble, being either in private bands or Crown lands;
' "d secondly, it would be useless if it could be got,
I . a - C a." dt A. J !.
Ijr lue w,", vl lrr,S'"lun- ""rnuieni ve
. nrcferro.! to emend Sllfi.000 of -he t.ublio
us by Judge Montgomery, wth a request for its
publication. With regard to the first of the letters,
it is but fair to state that it was written under son.t
whnt peculiar circumstances, for private use, and
never intended or expected to be made public. We
regret the further agitation of the subject, as it will
doubtless force the production of other correspondence
now in our possession pertinent thereto, but which
! w0 had really desired might have been suffered to
slumberi our waate-basket : ,
T , nl . 1C.,
j IIo.nolclu, July lltti,
. Jj.0. Montgomkrv, tQ ,
j Dear Sir : You ask me to state what I. know as
; t0 your being "more severe in puuistiiCg natives
! lllu, foreigners in your Court," as you say bus
lieen intimated. My observation Iris led me to form no
; 8Uch opini0n ; and as I have when not otherwiaa
; hu.sy bee
sy been a lrequeut visitor iu your Court, in my j
citpucity of newspaper man, my opportunities
have been good in, this respect. I have always
thought that you iu general gave due weight to the
circumstances of tbe people brought before you, as to
education aud position in life, aud consequently was
inclined to " let up " somewhat when the culprit was
a native, and " lay on " when he was a foreigner
who ought to know better all other things equal.
I miiy add, tbat I have observed that you have
Always been severe on the two offences of wife beat
ing and fast riding iu tbe streets, whether by na
tives or foreigners. Very respectfully yours, r.
Signed. II. L. Sheldon.
The above is endorsed with the concurrence of Mr.
Wilcox, the Government Interpreter, and atiothcr
official whose opportunities of judgiug are equally
' good, but who declines to allow his name to be
j published.
K (Translation)
- Jonx Montgomebt, Esq , Police Jostice, Honolulu,
;lll. I. We the undersigned certify that we are satis-
.;' I tied with the law as administered by you. We have
l!ot leen oppressed. You have not been more heavy
'upon one than another. Iu any instance where you
have been more severe upon one party than another.
.the fault have been in the law and not with you. In
iiour opinion you act as Police Justice fairly and prop
erly. Given under our hands this 7th day of Novem-
ber, 1872.
Signed
J. W. Keawehpxahala, Lawyer.
S. W. Napela,
Geo. B. Kalaaukaxe,
Jno Kaaloa.
Judge Dowling of New York said in a recent
case, that a preat mistake pervades the publie
mind in regard to dogs; that, by law, they are
ns much a man's property as his borne, or any
thing ele he owns; and, moreover, that in case
of killing a dog, unless in self-protection, the i
pirty couid be made to pny the value of the dog
the tame pb though it were a horse.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 1, 1. 0. 0. F.,
Honolulu, Nov. 9th. 1872.
.. TIIEUB IV 1 1. 1 j BF A S lF.C I A L,
it?
sr .iecinir 01 tne i,oa?e on Htu.uu.o .
KM. Ml N EX T, the 13th inst.. fr the purpose
of conferring the Degree of Kebekah.
Per Order JNO. S. SMITHIES.
vci It
LES & CO., SAIL MAKERS,
IIAVK OPRXED TIIK OI.I ESTAB-
Wax-L Aw Ikll A ' AV I'U a BIMlUIIIIIU La r-Tl UWU WOI K K Ural "
antesd.
Terms as reasonable as any.
no9 ly
ASSIGNEES' NOTICE.
IIS ORDER TO CLOSE I P THE AFFAIRS
of the Cstate of C11ALLAMEL o CO., all -persons still
indebted to said Fstate are hereby required to m.i ke immediate
payment to Mr. W. EARN hi, or to the undersigned, as other
wise they will be prosecuted at law. V. BANNING,
A. JfCHAKFER,
c9 4t " Assignees.
BUFFUM'S HALL.
FANNY MORGAN PHELPS
AND
.lilt. JOSi:iIl KAYIVER
WILL GIVE THEIR
Second Drawing-room Entertainment !
Consisting of Two
New & Sparkling Petite Comedies, j
3ever before pUyed in IJodo.'uIu. . i
Mr. Le Roy will Render his Valuable Asdstanre, j
and Mr. Brrgrr Mill Discourse Eloquent Muslr. J
Tliis Saturday livening-,
A COMICAL COUNTESS!!
WriUen by Wm. Brouph, Esq., for Mr. 4 Mrs. C. Matthews.
By general request. FANNY MORGAN PHELPS will recite
the inimitable Poem BKAl'TIFL'L SNOW.
To conclude with the Laughable Comedy, entitled
PERFECTION, or, The Lady of Munster !
ADMISSION Front Seats, $1.00; Back Seat, 60 cents. Doors
open at half past 7 o'clock. Performance to commence at 8.
XT Seats can be secured at Mr. Thrum's St."re, and at the
hawhiian Hotel, without Extra Charge. The Entertainment
will termioate at 10 o'clock.
On Thursday, 21st of November!
A FAIR WILL BE HELD IN TBE
Ladies Parlor of the Fort Street Church !
FOB, THE
Benefit of the Ladies Benevolent
SOCIETV.
The " Grab Box" will be Open at 4 O'clock
j e ftemo.n for little Children, and
I For Lnrner Chiltlrrw la the Evening!
j ADMISSION IN THE EVENING. 50 Cia.
Vnon nt . ov,cck asle t o.c(ock
I n9
HUGO STANCENWALD, M. D.t
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
,. bratb. m.u au-ivj to
ranA -.nonlfirtMc. Onl.
Office Consultations Only.
For U ecTcnri- of I'aitrou, who aiay wih toeooaust him,
;. O-fF.v ir.7. fjn on Fi rry Hiy A? M'ti:
A. M.. to 3 o-d.de. p. M. s.nj.y. .p.
P,tirnU fnMn cou-niai, iZzS-
d.oaar. th kt aka K. ruaoar and uWg.. aad
all orao ca.r or tt-TFea.'no. or sarcaa, r.
''? trm!r at tint ttm,, lr si-rrSLK ra Crrtcs
A COMPLETE CHEMICAL LABORATORY
, mith Ull, 0ffi for the wnfm or
... raio.Me licmai rrprat.o0fc .nd m,n any
oprratiooa reqairrd io i'atboicccal aad Ana!;t.cal Chrmiatry.
c6 6tn
TOYS. TOYS, TOYS !
' r
oy Creillllr
THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF
rtKflll II1MV I.I II II l UIMII IIIVTI
imiii uwwjav lallai A J A V .
To he Found ia Iluoelsls,by the l'BIeriglied.
b Confuting ia part of:
BRA'S DRUMS. M I'SKETS PISTOLS.
Chasriot. Swords, Trumrets.
1 Pitin. 1 lutes. Harmonicas, Flageolet.
UummicK Tops, Boxes Village, F'iruiture, I'tcosila,
Noah's Ark, Cube Barnes, Lotto Uames,
Tea Pint, Draaiug LfoaS,
Juggler's Apparatus, Dissecting Gaines,
A Large Variety Paper Lanterns.
Tool B"xes, iUiiMln; Blocks,
Metal Soldiers, Cookmr Stores. Tin Kitrheos,
K i telle n furniture, Rocking Horse,
Tirv Aninml and Birds,
Railway Trains, Tin Water Works,
Sqiiealvirig Toys !
la all varie'y of Anlmils and Pomestir Fowl.
Breakfast Crockery Sets 1
Wnntr do.. Tea do..
Britannia Tea Sets, Magic Mirror, l'anorauja Toys, Bat Balls,
I'arlor Ralls. Face Balls, ?qutkiii Ilea.!,
Boxes of Gymnastic dames, Game of Battle. '
Haines of Throwing, ,
Author1, Conrenatiooal, and other I'arlor Card,
Toy Books, in rariety.
Chess Men in Ivory, do. in Wood I
lniuiinors, Car red Table Book Racks, imitation of Black
Waluut, Boxes Water Colors,
Boxes Stencil Figures, with colors;
IHMaLiS, I IV VARIETY!
One Box assorted Doll Babies, the cunnlngest lot erer received
here; must be seen to be appreciated.
Boxes Assorted DolU, undressed aad dressed.
1 each Out and Boy Doll, nearly three feet high, hand-
aoinely dreased. '
Small Rubber Babies, Rubber Head Rattles,
Baskets, Boxes and Kgga of Toilet Feriuinery,
Leather Sarhela, aVicquered Bags,
Russia Leather and Kid I'orte Monaes,
Leather Card Cases I
Cut GIa a Paper W eights, v"
Cut (Jl.m, Pressed Ulaas and Metal Inkstands,
Travelling luk Stand, In bras, and Russia Leather
Casings.
- Albums, Assorted Sizes.
Portfolios, Writing Desks, Work Boxes, Wicker Baskets,
&c, " e., 4c, 4c.
Ami Shortly Expected
AN ASSORTMENT OF
American illccliaiiicnl Toys I
Wagons and Wheelbarrows, Ladies' Work Baskets,
Ix,iiS' Claromo G-ooda,
DIARIES roil 1873 !
Presentation Books, Presentation Bibles, 4c., 4c, ac
Mak ing together Vie most comphle variety of Holi
- day Goods, to which the attention of the Public
is invited before Purchasing elsewhere.
Pricea for lite meat of the aborr Good a. will
range Lower Ihnat Laal Vrar.nuil
Cash Purchasers of $5.00 and over will be
allowed 10 Per Cent, additional in Goods.
I 0 Tartiea on the other Islands desiring Goods will please
forward early orders with the name of some one in the City
to assist in selections, if possible to
THOS. C. THRUM, V
n9 qr
No. 19 Merchant Si.
VITII A VIEW TO AFFORD EVERY
w facility to parties desirons of profitably and securely
investing small sums of money. Bonds of the Hawaiian tiovern-
ment of the several raliH-a of $100, $200, $s00, and $1010,
bearing interest at the rate of 9 )er cent, per annum, payable
sen.i-aunuHlly. will be ianued at par to all persons appl ing
j for them at the Treasury, I r terms of not !eis than 6, nor
more than 20 years. KOBEHT STIKL1N3,
Minister of Finn nee.
Department of Finance, Sept. 20, 1S72. se'21 2in
TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON EMMA STREET, Op
posite Kmma Square, partially mrnisued.
(sepH) inquire of . S. B. DOLK
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE DESIRABLE DWELLING fOVSZ
iHtely occupied by C. H. LEW KRS, situated ou Kukui
i Street, for particulars enquire of
sp-28 tf LLWEttg t DICKSON.
1 5,0 O 0,0 O O
NEW YORK
TRANSPLANTED OYSTERS !
FROM OUR
SAN BRUNO BEOS ;
THK FINEST FLAVORED
O y s t e x s !
lo tbe World, for Sale, Wholesale and Retail,
BT THE
PIONEER
IMPORTERS AND PLANTERS,
EMER30N, CORVILLE & CO..
i AT THEIR DEPOT, TIIK NOTED-
SADDLE ROCK!
; '410 Pine Street, San Francisco.
I X. B" We fill orders direct from the beds, and guarantee
I the delivery of our Oysters in grod order at Honolulu. d2 3m
FOR SALE !
THE PREMISES LATELT OCCC-
Plfcl) l y W. Fischer, on Hotel Street,
(my 11) Knquiie of J. H. PATT.
BLACK SILKS,
WHITE SILKS,
COLOURED
SILKS.
WE ARE OFFERING THIS MONTH
SUPERIOR SILKS 2
AT G REATLV REDUCED RATES.
These Silks are Remarkably Cheap, and
we will hold ourselves RESPONSIBLE
for their wear.
ADDRESS FOR PATTERNS.
S. CLEGHORN fc CO.
FORT STREET.
ocSSlt
MEECHMTS, PLANTERS, HOUSE KSEPKOS AMD OT
. Wishiug to Purchaso will lind at
CASTLE fe COOKE'S
INTO. QO
GO01 ASSORTMENT, Bl' I..ATK IRKIV!. FROM KNCbiXD, HOMTOX. MKW
lOKK AMI AN rRA.NCUCO OV
HARDWARE, DRY GOODS. GROCERIES. PAINTS A1TD OILS,
i GLASS, SADDLERY. TINWARE. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
; Which they will Sell at Wholesale or Retail, at Lowest Market Rates
.Viiioiiu- ttt- Artloles to 1 fiMinil tiro t
; Fancy Print and Brilliants, Latest and B't Style rory Piqaeta. WblU Brilliaota. Fine Wnlta Lawn,
Fid an Medlam Araenran all wil Wbue tvtitili.b and Aanertraa m-diura aod n Loo CMh.
! l"ti!ib and Amrriran Dtedium ao-l fin I'liNe-whetf fotu-na, AniMkeae lirmmt. Brown, Bleached anJ Blue IMll.
j Linen and CuUoo SnetiO(;a, I'lll.-w Caae Coiloa aud Ltueu, kineat V bile Unen lamaak Towela, HukalHack Tivarla,
j Linen and Co too Turkish Towel. Oraab rvWt , t'lneat and uediam lane hapaiaa, Kawtua aod lrtah ltir. . ,
Kuia and Linen C.--h, Finest Unen latrm, MtHiiura aod floeat all Unwn Tb iamak,
I Ladir' and Oent'a W Lite Ijrm Camhr c HrHikrrvheri, Oral", riae Urwa odara and Neck Tiea, rtwra Uoal,
I Jara Caaraa lo white, buff au.l xatkl, hpout ,;., v l IVu-mia, Mora Tapta, Ac, e., Ac., A- .
j F G E N T L E M Eys Ar E A K !
' Kiwe Ltlwek taatcl Blae Iaakiwa. Flaw Twrwda.
Ve.
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE !
Wire Clotha. Beltinf of all widths, 3 In. Ij 11 in.. Cooper Tool. Ase, lUtchtl. Caoa Cuirea,
A splendid Assortment of Spear A J act ' rilra. Cut JtaiU, Wn-ugut, Bl and Fimabmf Naila, Ac , Ae , ke.
HUBBUCK'S PURE LEAD AND ZINC PAINT!
UublHick's beat Raw and Boiled Oil, Uubbuck'e Green and Plack Paint. Tarpentioe, A full assortment of Painta lo Oil, 1 anJ
2 lb. tiua. Putty, Whliinf, Uioe, French Wllow aod Yellow Ochre, Lamp Black. Boras, Alaul and Kosia.
DowxEiff-i icr:itc!-K-3i oiu DiitEer niot iowjvmi ?
PARIS PLOWS. STEEL PLOWS. PER ( EVM)X.
Horse Hoes, CulUvatora, Garden aud Hauler's Hoea, Rakea, Oo's, MwreU, Fpadea, Scjrtbca, 4c, c, Ae.
ALSO
Pure English Spices, the beat in the country Oysters, Sardines, INa Fruit, Salad Oil, Jama, Condensed Milk, Maaoow Blacklnff
jEXPKCTIall rVAl DACOTA AA1 liYIOX !
A Splendid Assortment of English Prints, Grenadine, Hosiery, &c, &c &.C., &c.
n2 Orders from the Other lnUiuls ruled icith DisjmU-h md tit the Ijotrest Hate.
NEW GOODS!
E. O. HALL & SON'
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
MDllfMi, GOQECIEuO STOVES
SILVER PLATED WARE,
PAINTS, OILS, 'V.A.RN.ISH!
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Fence Wire, Noe. 4, 6 and , with etaplosj Whrelbarrowa,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three inches; Carriage Springs, Carrhige Hardware, Horse Shoes, Ho Nails,
Cut Nails, 3d to 60d Clinch Nail. Boat Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes, 4 to 8 Uhra i Shoe 11 and Flndla ,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
I'onoli Calf BlLlnm
Bridle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Trees and Stirrups,, Marble Wash Basins and 1'lxturr,
A Full Assortment of Carpenter' mid Agricultural Tools.
W '
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED THUS AND PAILS, Ve. fee.
DRY GOODS. Aic.. Jtc ,
iu,5:aciii;i aivd BROWN COTTONS, PRINTS, ac.t Ac.
New tfoods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
apC
. ' , "'If.' ""u-r-Vr " '-
M.T. DQNNELL WOULD CALL THE ATTENTIOW
OP THE PUBliIO T O 1 IIJ3
NI3 W ANO WONDERFUL WOV1SN WIUU M1TTUASSES
A perfect spring mattrasa without springs a Mattrass without straw or husks. The Wire Mattr cmslsts of a strong
fabric formed of W)00 f t of flue tinned wire coiled Into rfect sprl.ig and all li.trrlorkcd by aa Ingenious pmeeas of double
wcavinc. W hen this Pliable and Elastic Fabric i stretched into lie proper frame, the remit Is the most perlect sleeping ar
rangement erer made. He desires to caU the attention to the facts i Ht That they never lose their shape I 2d That they
never make a noiae j 3d That they never need a repair.
They are poiitlvely warranted to be a perfectly level at the end of five jrrare, as when first made, and to aland the teat
of dne thousand pound for ten day.
Further information can bo obtained, and samples seen at the FURNITURE WAREHOOMM OF M. T.
DON NELL, No. 88 KING STREET. HONOLULU. Ju3m
NOVSSIriES !
'MIETOV STEAM ENGINE,
SETTS OF CItOaUET,
Ivory & Wood Chessmen & Boards !
INITIAL PAPKR AND ENVELOPES, In
60 Cent boxes,
HILL'S & OTHER TOY BLOCKS.
In Boxes,
Musical Photograph Albums,
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, of all sizes and styles.
Pocket mid Family Rille !
Children's Ten Pins, asatd. sixes;
Cottage Hook Rucks, various sixes;
CHILDREN'S PARLOR GAMES.
All the New Kiods.
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL. SCHOOL RE
WARD TICKETS!
Eastman's Penman's Assistant, deaigned to Instrurt puplla
how to hold tbe Pen.
Wotting Covera for Writing Books,
Raised Maps of Palestine!
Progressive Drawing Cards for Bchools,
New Btyle uf Ulaas Paper Weight,
NEW & BEATIUFUL CHROMOS,
Framed and Uuframed.
CHARMING COLORD TOY BOOKS!
THE FINEST KVEU EEEN HERE.
J?UotoTpli Vlliiniiis and
AUTOflRAPU BOOKS. ,
CHECKER ALPHABETS, something new.
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ALDWIN'S PKE-IIIKTOKIC NOTIONS,
lial 'win' Pre-IIiloric America,
Darwln'a Origin of fpecies,
" liesoent of Man, ft vols.
Longfellow's nw volume Threo Hooks' Bong,
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Olive Logan's " net thee Iwliind tot balan t"
F nny Fern'a M Caper Kauce,"
tieo. Mnlhmald's W innllred Cumlxrmwlf,
Bret llurte's new Volume and Poem,
Mrs. htenboue's Lite among the Moraious,
A Miller's fctory of the War,
Talne's Notes on Kncland,
, Lubbock's pre-liltorU) limes,
Fifioe at the Fair, by Hobt. Browning,
Talnisrii;r's Abotnlnation f Mwirn tiocirly,
, K"til. Chamber's AutnbiocrMphy,
W hat to do, arid how to do it.
The lute French and Prunlan War,
btetrle's 14 weeks in Astronomy, Chemistry, Philosophy,
and Ueology,
Bryant and Stratum' Count ing-lloasa Arithmetic,
" ftootc-Keeping lat edition,
Chapman's Elementary Drawing,
Two KKpnfl Family lllble.
How lhe World waa Peopled.
Yonge' Three Centuries of Modem History,
Bro k' seven months around the World,
' Mark Twain's Roughing It,
Polygamy In fait Lake,
- Taine on Intelligence,
Lihrary of Poetry and Song,
Man and His Dwelling PUce,
, .- Barnes' Hidnry of the United SUtes.
" Every Ua Difficult iea, and How to Meet Them,
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Art, Recreation, and Ornamental Work,
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: t Talmadge's Cramla Swept Up.
. . The To-morrow of DeaU,
lUIl's Fun Better Than Physic,
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Cbamberlaio'a American Commercial Law,
Bible Music, by Pranci Jacox,
Whaleman's Adventures In the Pacific.
. Good Bye Sweetheart,
, Bayard Tayhw's Travels In Arabia,
Dan' Coral and Coral Ialands,
'Longfellow's Complete Poems n exquisite book,
Webster's Pocket Dictionary, with tucks.
Nautical Almanacs, 1873.
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