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mUtAT. DECr.VRI R 11. 1"
iJiuii 1 1 Mk-alv La ImkItJ
keep far n'wl. Jail, srl I He places of kors. bring grort
any draped in Dvirinig. prvsrrit Jull tfrC4irr.
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'arrival m r-tsr.lsv Iwlii the whaling ship
me. Un Han FrmivrWif , we are In rl.l of news -j
. r . t. m "W w - a. . 1 m ... I . L - a V. - T
Bp la Is. jut Bit. TM DMt Uiprlai.l Heta M inum I a.l . ,
a brio I d.-trurti..o by fire of ahuat I ltX,0u0,0uO
worth ol nrotiertv In Uisl..a oa ib Wh. 10th and 11th of No-i
vembrr. H; Rirrtwc t- wir columns u w ill btm j filled the public car as to tho condition of His
tkt an inaM uxxiui U wool burnt. Lesuies a very nj,.,tv-n 1,,-alth, received a startling confirmation
he... srk .f ck.,..g. It u reported ih.iw.ihs.locoo-u,ori.in?, when it win authorita-
sws,.nce advairol .c son advices say luc. L . , , " ... ,
Ta-caounued aaeuf staple goods at II. iLuk. M .Co.'.byjf vely ttc-d that lie had been inw nsit.Ie througli-
Adaaaa so Ssisrdsy, realised about tbe earn price a have 5,,ut tbc previous night. He however Tallied again
wees ebtalnoi at previo. riisw. Etwn $ ajl l,-
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Tfc rrroirn aaetina aa fejr Bartow oa fUiarday night wu'
wrU aiurn.1 axJ f J
Tkt mniiit wa-ii-a ul al Baitna'i ImI tfralrr u
attedrf. mnA kit nrirtm mm MliirA. I
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, y. -
Tlu.. k . I ...... rd Trt&v Th. T
xa.. my M k. r , . any m-.mmt. a.i tb Arar4a
la tk ariy pwt U att wark.
TVi U.umm krk ctearej lo day I rkarbwck IJ-'
oj. h- aaila livaaorrow.
Taa akip Crya i kaWioa; wiia aaax acal m.J it for 8an
Tke ak:p 5jrra will taa oil, aa, to New Bnlfrd.
'tw Vo. Not. 14. 1ST2
Dlsa riraa. fry. 2ZJZie ; talud, 11 id Cretn, 12r
Oil Uaiet, bat Mror.r. Fprm. tl40: Wlubrr Blesrbrd,
' a T9 illVCE BIWlltM,
WaaL Market ery Croa. . prin. fine, ZttUtc ; UirryAflulu, the late Mrs. i. P. Judd fein the i ruiuedi-
Zt&xx ; pu4. KViMTici fi cwuia, asaaoej o
Scan-Balea of Hawaiian at fail rates. HS(te.
Woul-o. TwaaJy. Io eot-ea. c4 tte Bo-on Are, Jch;er n;g Majeety now deceased was educated at
ardera aw the ararket froia that eiiy were canceled. Prareur'' " .. . ...... i
.araoc.4 U New York fr&Te. Our market utS' KJ1 i11 taMashcd by the Amctiean
woiet aad Bowaiaal M l2K21e fcr cleao fulL
Hiota Price are without cbMugr. fa I
JtC ftftUeai, (Wt W.
' TaLLr Steady ai 9ie If .
i cf Ury at :
Eicc Market ikt and price nomioal. Hawaiian, pthc imjiortant of5ce of Minister of the Interior,
lrtt- -v Rimxii ling the Throne on the decease of his Iloyal
Pt to No chanje. May be qooterf at 10 & 11c lb. M n ,
rJ'.rutlicr, November 30, 18G3. lie liad time reigned
Baiarday a. m Daceuibee lain. LI . , , .
Cy Ih. wrival of th .V.ii,. h. new. from AockVf Sn and cIevcn J"'
Und ap to Nrraiber 77in. The rrjnrt rearbea na thai the All T1C late King was dUtinguiuheil for keen
. N.Co Iut refuaetl tocnonert wita Ihe afeainahipa running! ju(JgTrient, firtnilCri of purjiOSO and Stability of
Ut.aru AocklW-i and thi. port, hich rrfu-al will proUUj J,.. f an(i was an ardent l0TCr of h'lS Country.
iaa Mm ia v., . m a. vol "linns; t.u iii in u.i uy m-.
gap, which will Biake It bad tut the A. 8. N. Co.
Tb price of eocar renuina ancbanced from taat repnria.
POAT Or IZOIJOXaUZaU. Ix. I.
m . . . . . . . mm . . . . . I
i -mnr iviuiiies. flcun,K?r.iPMii Hawaii simj .n aut. a j
h r Prince. Doane. from konm ami Kan. Hawaii. W
7 . hr Mary Kilea, J.m. fiom Kohala, Hawaii.
7 Mrhr Fairy 4oeen. Kaaana, from llanalei, Kauai.
7 Ail wh abip Marn(rt, rJarnea, 21 daya from Hj
rrafriaeo, with 1,7'JO blila eh. 14. OA) tha bone.
T Scbr Ka M4, Dal. from Kahului. Maui.
Hchr Kaaahl, Reyoolda, from Lahaioa, Maui,
etiunp Lira Yaukee, CUrk. from liana, Maui.
14 p)hr Ac lire. IIuf, from Kotow, Kauai.
10 Aai aaip Syren, C A Johnaoo, M daya from ISew-
caalle. .N H W. .
latchr Jenny, I am her t. from Waimea 4c Kotu, Kauai
11 rVhr Kmu; Makalii, from Maliko. Maui.
11 rVhr Odd r'ellow. Keoki. from llilo, Hawaii.
Ii Hchr llaiue, Nika. Iroea Mawiliwili, Kauai.
1J Hchr Nellie Merrill, Crane, from Labawa. Maul.
It rt. hr Warwick, kalaaaia, fin Kaunakakai, Molokaj
1.1 chr Pauahi, ReynoUa, from Lahaina, Maui.
14 Stmr Kilaoea, Mrtiregor, from Hawaii and Maui.
14 fl a Nebraaka, Hardinf, 14J di-y from Auckland
U-t-tcbr Mary r oster, Weal, from llilo, Hawaii.
7 It.Tan bk A oris, One am, Ciccione, fr ITowland'a Is
"J 'olir ISeilie MerriU. Crane. Ir lhaina, MauL
7 chr Annie, Wood, Hik., Hawaii.
7 rVhr Warwlrk, Kalawa a. fbr Kaunakakai, Molokal
7 Haw k bk Arctic, A N Tripp, to cruiae.
V Simr Kilauea, McGrrarr. for Maui and HawaiL
fl eVhr Mary Rllco, Jim, for KohaJa, HawaiL
9 chr llokutele. Ahulhala, O Molnaa, Kauai.
10 Hchr Prince. Donne, for Koa and Kao, llawaiu
10 Hcht Fairy Uueen. KaaJna. fur llanalei, Kauai.
1 1 Schr Ka MM, fia'is. lor Kahului, Maul.
11 rtchr Fauahi. Reynokl. r lbaina, MaoL
11 aVor laabetla, Pettr, tur Uaralel. KanaJ.
1J Hlwpp jve Yankee, Clark, for liana, MauL
12 ctr Arltre, llopu, fur Kli, Kauai.
11 Schr Warwick. Kalawaia, lor Kaunakakai, Molokal
Fob rVraaaccK Ii.4ir llark Fxrelalor, aaila Ihia day.
Fob Lan-ataA rVhr N el tie Merrill, aaila thia r at.
. Fob Koloa o Waissa ftetar Jenny, aaila this r M.
Fob Maliko Hchr Kinau, aaila Ihia r at.
Fob lino Schr Odd Fellow, aaila thia T m.
Fob awiliwili schr HariJe. aaila thia r n.
VESSELS IX FORT.
Haw mh Lk B W Wood. B Whitney.
. Am wit hk Arnolds, O F Baoldry.
Am wh bk James Allen. Keley.
Am wh ahlp Mirrnjo, Barnes.
Nor Ger ahip Georges, Finch, ap tot Hongkong.
Haw brig Kamchaiuch V, Week.
Am schr Emily.
Nor tier ahip M.tdara. F Ptortn.
Am nilaalonary brt'c Mornio( HLar, IlalletL
Am ahip t'ci Inn. Wooiia.
Brit bk EvceUior. Edrar, Vwding ballut.
Am ahip A Ilea ball, Cueat. diaharcin.
Am ship tfyren, C A Johnson, discharging.
Am atmr Ncbraaka, 1 Harding, discharging.
Kcr-otr or Snip Stbis, Joujisoti, M astcb. Left Hono-
Inlw April 20th fur CaJlao. Crossed (be equator April 2Slh ic
long 1M 20 W. Had lh N B and bE trades moderate wtthf
plr-ssnat weather. Passed ts the eastward of lierrey groups:
plr-ssnst weather. Passed ts the eastward of lierrey group
ofWlan.ia. Took s westerly wind May 10th iolat343 S.
long 14 W. which lasted until Jan 1st, having reached 1st
31 o S, long 93 W. - From thence to lat '1 8, long 7s
W, had a eonstawC succession of 1'gb.l head winds and calms.
Were M days gointr IM miles. Prom thence to port bad light
anatheSMterlr winds and futxj weather. Arrived at CaJlao on
the morning ol June il. Left Callao July 2th. Passed be-(
twsen ins Fomaloo. and Marquesas cr.nips. north of the Navi
gator and Fiji lalanda, betweca the F)i and New Caledooia.
Eiperienced fcvir trmdes ami mostly pleasant weather the eo-S 1
tiwi rtsMf. . IVpI litb. at 11 a at. look a Newcastle low-boatUla
off Bed Head. Anchored at 2 r M in .fciUe bar
Have had stir wind t!as entire pssscre. with exception
KWeUlal.llljlLai 19 W. isatine VI hunra. 1
age 44 daya; whole distance run 6.100 miles, averaging 144) ,
wcaatie?, N B w, orti4th atef
l.ghi baffling bead winds and I-J
w l.wd Howes IL.nd. Oct 24ih!-3
aauaw per 34 nours. llt
m M. Firaf H il.T. out hAj 1
- . M. . W IL.I IIMk ..a, I -.1 1 .1 . ,1. A'
passed the north end of New Zealand. From thence io UtJC
ward. Afterwards had the wind from N Io E. Passed to the;
eastward of the rmtun group. Had ihe se trades from thrf. ! )r at any rate, to Lave a new election oi uepre
onhward of east throofhout. Crossed the equator Nov 27th . .. .i, I'.inrwnliiin cir
iokr,giJa w. At delight ! u made Maui bearing s?nUt,Tee o'dered , so taat tlie Convention or
AjSVA' mm nrt mnAma A MLInitftil La.. Ia ttr I Vie.. I t -
raasage ao uays. j
E7 Captira Babcnck. one of the pilots of this port, poh-
Bakss the iu He wing card, railed forth by the notice from Cant
Wymna, of the Bureau of Navigation at Washington, ia re Sa
tin to the depth of Honolula harbor
Aa the turbnr of Honolulu and the bar al ita entrance have.
BaHf hre iKs - w. eav wstwiw aWsswh aarslVlll AMFVsViail fJut ssl aas Fas iW i M
by competent officers of the Am-riran Navy, siKse report.t
shoaU emanate from
mm there. F.verpt at v.ry rare intervals tbria( provisions of the Constitution whose legality
i la is accessible to Vessels (aaiLoft or steam) 7 . . . . ,
as rwenry ear lert. the water in the channtiHwcreco-nize. must issue an order for the as.-em-
i harbor of Honolulu
w i u . mm wiicb as irrsif c pxi, u in .u .nMiwii1
, wer the bar bewai the oarrsf m not less than 23 fret.M
' enter the harbor with steam, and under ordinary cirrnm-l
lances those drawing aa siuch as ZJ Iret would run no risk in
frMiinflh. hirilKiih I anMni tYm CtUtiWinS list if
vesseu which base, of late years, entered ihia harbor, none of J? vacant Throne before a new incumbent in seated.
which have drawn less than 20 sVet of water i Ui . ..,:, ,, r ,Ki-
Oct. mm..,;, t v.n.e, mi fcet.'a -ppropnately retain at the head of their
rV. w's B , nuatl I k a'-ewsswati. sssSs.S'
April 10, 1171. French ship La Flora ii
Now. 11. 172. "hip Madura 21
Nov. 3d, l57i, ship Atice fUll 21
IVu ls k Ikmi sM-.. .kl. rvri ih F
The Flora drew iwenty-two (instead of nearly twenty
one ") feet of water, and was n 4 observed to tooch oa the bar
once, either bv tbe captain or pilot, both of whom were watch-'
log toe vessel closely during tbe tunc of her passage over the
bar. Respectfully yours, Wm. Bibcock.
Pilot al Honolulu
Fbow Htwrmil, N. 3. W. Per Syren, Dec-
tons Coal to C Brewer et Co.
Fob MiiDM Islaso Per MsAksra, Dec
Cscnanars. No........ tM Oranges, bxs
Fowls, doa... Vi 1'aiai.bbla
Limes, x 1 .i-weet potatoes.
mU-m Km mm 1U
alue Uoraest ic ............. .
Fob Syabbcck Isliso Per Excelsior,
rw. 13th :
Cognac, cs 3 Preserved ElTects.es.
lrwh Whiskey. ese..... 1 Scotch Wbiskey.cs....
Preserved Meats, cs.... 10
Value Foreign .....$:1S33
Faow KA.ct.ri Per Ka Mai. Dec ?th Mr Ifueston.
n"" ' J ' ' FJi'ianets, or in
- It. .. r.tt !... I A.m.'. I. 1 '
siifOKis. I Iet tne country tuae; so i un 1117 pm-ac. Sgurpiie3 an ft(
- I V . I. n . mm,m,na 1 U 2 Villi 1 1 1 I
Fob Witsdwabo Pobts Per KiUuem. ivcember ihi- . " . .t.-
' i7.. iw.i ki im Mr. n.nM iim.ik Rr a iTSLtfi? No. Bv none of these tbioss do we vrove
Forbs. wife and ehiWren. D Taylor. L McCully. Mr. L
Tocberi and son. Bey j p .rn Lewcrs, w t
i llm UT f ! nr. II CVienw.ll II P Raldwin. ami lldWI. S
mm - . a n u , i. . - r
rioi l.iHil,. in rwuiii, irm. I x tl II 1. nggnr ibri
Justice Allen, Rev J P Green, and 10 deck.
A m. w- . 1 rn.. 1. . 1 ...
ran. w ii owa.a ssi nciuvi i.n.; .a
i W F Allen, L McCoily, ti a Whipple. A Vounr, Cart. Wd-3
long, E Preston, W C Jooes, K UsOoeiL Kuihelani. A Walters. 5 J
BistHJD Wi.us, W T Patterson, and wife, A 1 Jooes, Mastcri
Bind, and 67 deck. J Nor starred and spangled conns,
Faew Hilo ?er Mary Foster. December 14th : C W C'tWhere sordid men waft perfume up to pride.
Jeoee, W Ii Reed, Rev L SmiUi, D Foster. Mis. Foster, MiasM N ' Mer h gh-rainded men,
"j ith powers as far above doll brutes endued,
I Io forest, vale, or glen,
"" i"vV " ' JAa beasts excel cold rocks and forests rude.
HIED. J Men, who lhrr duties know,
' s But know their rights, and knowing i-are maintain ;
Wif.Li. eon la this city, oa Tharaday, December 6h, Trcveni the long aimed blow.
Jam. WlLLls.eois, (covieed,) well known as Jim the r..a,?And crush the tyrant, while tney reiwl ihe chain -,
aged aboul 40 years, a native ( Kingston, Jamaica. Th r'isiiiuie a "late : "
SA T! HDAY, DEC EM It ER H.
DEATH OFJTHE KINC.
The vague rumn which had for a week past
2 at ab-,ut 8 oVIk on that ur,,ii,g. .ufEcientlj to
:iut!ioriw the rerrt that lint TniiUnig were im
"u ' ' J 1
auwioriw rfj-ri i.m in. rjr...in.0
ri ........ i . i . i :..
proving, r.ut t iu cka-k t wtauic again in-
, M.r.,,J.!p. ninl eir.ircd at 11) Iniliuti-D imst 10.
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The dieeune which wae the immediate cauj of
tl King'a death i n .,w bail to have reen drory
Ton the chct, the (mtIoh! niture of which apf tars
Jff, t.:tlJ.P Tll:BaT rrfcLcndci by tljC luedi-
... tl -
Ucal atleuJauU, aud hy Ilia Majesty hiuioclf, or to
hate been withleld.
Forty-two years ago Wt Welnealay, the Prince
"-ilvr Kajo.iuiieua Kapi'aiwa, second son of Mataio
i Kekuunaoa and Kinau, (daughter of Kaineha-
' -a m
""'p'ate attiTidant of the Prince at t!
12. M In eomrany with the late Kin
jf - rite attiTidant of the Prince at the birth.
M In eororany with the late King Kamehameha
VrlY. and a number of other ecions of the high
H .Mission in 1839, urwler the charge of Mr. andM
17al?J. I. Cooke, and in after yeara the King held 1
j'l-arlier teachers in the highest regard. During
reign of his predecesrfor, he filled with ability
SHALL WE DRIFT ?
Or shall we take a new departure, and with an
prroved lielmsman, following a prescribed course,
Pniiil onward on the sea of national prosjrity and
We Lave indeed been drifting, and
'1 P OZrCfcO .
; t tlrnfi to rmt our Hawaiian shiD of State
nder right headway.
Were we not drifting or dawdling or what
f jwere the intelligent people of this community
tlloinz. when a Contstitution granted by a "King
r r.i . ii t:.. ...-. th. n.trir.
in uju uanaiLiu loidimj, jf ui ......
md consent of the XMts and Iieprrsentatirts vj
People, in Lrgl-Iative Council Asscmbleil,"
r Wis set aside for a Decree, miscnllcd Constitution,
rantcd by Ilia Majeoty by the yrace of God
r. r . tff T . 1
rving OI llie lliiwuiiaii imauoB.-
1 We had then no Charter Oak wherein to save
ur chartered rights ; or at any late, no 44 hearts
f oak'" to withstand tyrannic iiowcr, and 6ave
those rights inviolate. Hut they still live. The
Charter or Constitution of Kamehajceua III. lives
this day, and to its provisions and to the order
which it would cfctablinh, are we only amenable.
We have thus far acquiesced in the operation ol
die late Decree, but tliat instrument now, even
were we to admit of its locality, fails to be opera-
m m SB . All . I A1 .
tive. According to its Article tnc cabinet on
the demise of the King, constitutes a Council of
Regency; and according to Article 42, the Cabi-
?net must consist of four members, there being no
provision that any lesser numler shall constitute
1i quorum ; and inasmuch as there are only three,
there being no Minister for Foreign A flairs,
ithcre is no legal Council of Regency, even accord-
i: . : I T-
uir to buiu iycvit-u.
But are we without ordr are we in political
cbaos? Not quite so. The Constitution of 1&32
becomes our ark of safety. It Is our supreme law.
inu was never set aside hy tue joint action oi
Xubles ami Representatives ia Legislative Council
Assembled, by which it was cheated. By its pro
visions, on the demise of the Sovereign, the Kubina
Nui, or I'remier assumes tne Kegency ; out suonid
this office of Kuhina Jfui be vacant, then according
to Article 49, the Privy Council becomes a Council
of Regency, with the Chancellor of the Kingdom
Cas its President.
liy the way how does the Chancellor become
he "head of the government" of the Regency, as
has recently been somewhere asserted, under the
peration of the Decree, or so-called Constitution
)t the late Sovereign! We find no place in it for
r:he Chancellor; except in the exercise of b'w judi
I And also, by the way who is chief of Ihe
JTriumvirate. who now assnme the role of a Council
3 )f Regency, inasmuch as we have very positively
ind repeatedly been assured by the Organ of the
-L . . oil.
ate government, and bj the Ministers themselves,
hit there is no Premiership in the Cabinet?
r)Jy There has been a vast deal of assumption by
l"aa-rUn?crnpiilois men in our public affairs ; it is high
2-itne that the people should begin to assume some
JtbinT. Now would it bean unwarranted assumption
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- hat. in view of the present State of public affairs,
he people should desire a Convention to be called ;
Lgw!ature which should assemble, would be a
correct exponent of the public sentiment in respect
ito the new order of public affairs which is to
J We dony the legality of the Legislative Assem-
ri.l t, l. v thu nnu.- tinr ITntini'il nf
llegeucy. The Chancellor with the Privy Council.
functions, according to
hlaze of representatives of the people in a new
Legislature. Meanwhile tbe Council of l.egency.
'whilst fulSlling the duties appertaining to tbe
tveveral departments the able gentlemen who now
Kbave charge of the affairs of the Interior, of Fi
nance, anJ of Law. Our discussion and criticism
;S;s of principles, not men.
J But we want men. Io we not want intelligent,
iitrue men. at this exigency in tbe public affairs of
P 'Mj small hut Interesting country ? We must have
tlmen to shape aad move and stand by a true course;
r still we must drift. You must not be content
..- - . . -r,.i ii
MUU " "l" - J & ' J
fj.bus sUnd forth to the world as intelligent, free
Let us Drove tbt ours is not only a civilized, but
an enlightened etate. And how shall we prove it?
Un . ti .. -v.
l.l iiv nnr pnmir riniiuiieuj i uy uui icusnc cuctu
Kand cattle ranches? liy our well packed stores of
11 merchandise? By our ships and shot-? By our
ri3 . ... - . ...
. - ,
LnnF mornl as one of the familv of
fcnli rr hl.nM St S fmm Then
ra u , . ......
r? Not high-reared baiilemeuta. or labored mound,
18 Thick wall, or moated gate ;
i ntcK wan, or moaien gale ,
N'ot ptanUtions proud, wilh smoking rhimnies
Nor rich runs, where the -mbkio sp
vnd. Uorhinr at sild bulls Ihe rancoers ride.
iota : 1.040 i7.0 stand by your plantation, your rancn. your rtViii,;,.;tw
v m - w . --- -- .
1 l.t.T-n ne rnur th.in anil sal all 13 well With me: TJ .
1 .J.rill Ki ami surMt fill voiir nuckeU bv intelligent K.8J T une:
.......... J . - o a
t Vr.RT nati r u.lv the f-rrnt an..malou Ftatc of
F.-iffair i alarming to tho friend of the Ilojall
I it-ore of 186-1, those who were the chief con-
1 1 " . . ' -
1 liej nt that tue result of all thejr scheming and
P tlie IhM acfumf ti jn of rower, i ewcrt away hji
,tl Ptcrn h.gie of eTent; and who that know -
I . . i I..... l : 11 r
I and ftick at no half measure at thia crisis which
-1 "i"3" u". wicr to rerire tne oruer oi uiir.g
a . . i 1 " .
K;n under the Decree, wherehv theT Biav asain,
ami in a more extended ani absolute teuie tiian;,1
F-7 .i . i i r .1
i". Thr rri.ia in f vir mnri niK an. rtvioirM to he ji
g of ,n ital)Cttri AseonJuct -
, ;,Ii.nJiin( ,f tK irlrv
f3 ur duty callrt us to the front of the imreudinrrT'
tJ ., , ... ... r .i.. i M
i-ixiniiici. ani we eiiaii nos uiiil.i iram i.iai. uuit.v
H . . . ,. ... tA '
tisliarp conflict over thi matter of the succession.
If-,., . . . .. ,,
f;. Ihe fattle and we pray it may he a Moudieooe
Ll Lj to he between tlie defenders of the right $
A - - - - . . Ji
Mthe rxT.le, ayjuired twenty years since in thejl
Mreisn of Kalike.oc u. and never
"A.. i -arniilt?
r'i i i .ii r t i ... v.
H:" l"J iicl,-l " aueyauce, anu niooc w no "uuiuv, ax tbil Con.ulate for the purpr if rwvleriDg the oath o
tIJenyand withtiold those rights, and whose en-V11'" t- Kin war n.
bj M Those rewlio oa the other lalandt of thia Kmrdora will, oi
A leayor IS to frce the Country to formally accept
jiheir illegal and tyrannical act of 1SG4 as the Con -
I ..m n I r.. :: . n.. i ,.e if,,.-::
IrAfa. Latlr tr.w a ...r. mAr.fr . f ha 1 1 l,r. tf fli rKJ U T
CfviT mrtnflia and pritninp tliA Ttnrti nf tri !iri-'fa
Fiative body now about to re-assemble, and aflti
ll)urtelves is that the wise, dignified, and trust-3
I! worthy lody t which we are willing to suhmitM made an
It " , , . t . , . personal, to the c
i:he grave duty of choosing a Kuler for the country .yinow, therefore, a
imd of fixing our future political destinies? jfe "'Im.
ng our luiure jiomicai ucmiuicbi
We rejieat, the crisis now upon us is a perilouPii
)ne, and the j-eril is no less than that if we do
-tot awake to its iuiminency. and at once take de
jtemiined and vigorous action in defense of ourij
onstitutional rights and liberties, we shall findVJ
(UrselveS rtlluced tO the Condition Of slaVCS, andonat, to the undersigned f.r the benrftt of creditors, now
, v,u-r..- .ii ..hIu .i..i,. .t..;.i irT
Jtterly at tbe mercy Of Usurjer8.
1 HE .NOVUiULK iiuuiLRT oi me siiiiencan juurnuiti.he undersigned. t . A. iCH A rrr.K,
J.r o.: a !..... , r
7 ot-nre o , vuuwiiid on awi.iai.t vii
paper by KoiiKRT Mallet F. R. S., on Volcanic!
Kntitltd an attempt to develop its true J 'i
,rij.n. and Cosmkal Relations, in which tl,tnCHRISTMAS FESTIVE SEASON
S.-.i r . ri :.r : . l r : Z
f-riuiiior amr jmspuig jii uriei review me princijiui
Hcheonea which in modern times have been Ppo -
poneu to account lur yu.cun.c activity , nu. uu
various relations anil points OI Connection betWeenVJ "A private Quadrille Parties take place during ihe f..rthco3i
ft , . - .lit rfnir joyous time. JOHN K. KKNYON, Tailor. King Street
.volcanic phenomena, seismic or earthquake phfH,,,, intiniale,o his numerous patrons and ail gentiemt .
-snomena. and the linesof mountainelevation, whiclifJ''0 K"0'" the vr,UJ parties with their presence, t.
H,uffi.MentIv indicate that thev are all due to thi -
W s . ... n . i .t. i'r...
t 4 piay oi one sci oi eosuiiciii lorces. tnougii uiuor
nt in degree of energy, which has been constantly! ?
Iccaying with time
Slle traces the ways in which the contraction ol C;
ur globe has been met, from the period of it
ipiivinnl flui.llr,. ii tViA nrituii.i claln fieof Kt7
formution of the spheroid, forming generally tht
cean basins and the land ; afterward by the fold-s
ings over and elevations of the thickened crust in-;
:o mountain ranges, etc.; and, lastly, by thcV
ucchanisni, which he points out as giving rise tTj
volcanic action. The theory of mountain cleva-M
:ion proposed by C. Prcvost was the only true oiu
that which ascribes this to tangential preseurti
propagated through a 6olid crust of bufficicnt
thickness to transmit them, those pressures being
riproiJuced by the relative rate of contraction of th
quuclcus and of the crust; the former being at th
:iiiji;i Hill nl i.
I jf contraction
i-thrink away f'n
for equal loss of heat, tends to
from beneath the crust, leaving thi
atter partially unsupported. This, which dur
3ing a much more rapid rate of cooling from higher
temperature of the whole globe and from a thin-
srier crust gave rise in former epochs to mountaii
M -levation, in the present state of things gives ris
-I to volcanic heat, liy the application of a theorem
)f Lagrange, the author proves that the earth V
-solid crust, however great may be its thickness.
ngiu man tuose oi wuicu we must suppose n to
oiifcist, must, if even to a very small extent left
unsupported by tho shrinking away of the nucleus,!
crush up in places by its own gravity and by tLe
it traction of the nucleus.
This is actually going on, and in this partial
i .crushing, at places or depths dependent on theljj
material, and on conditions pointed out, tin-
mtlior discovers the true cause of volcanic beat.
s tlie solid crust sinks together to follow down
ifter the shrinking nucleus, the xcork expendedN
in mutual crushinr? and dislocation of its rartl
I irnnitf nrtnrd infn heat. Vi v which, nt thi nl:rOK
, j , t
where the crushing sufficiently takes place, the
material of the rock so crushed and of that adja
cent to it are heated, even to fusion. The access
f water to 6uch points determines volcanic erup
tion. Volcanic heat, therelore, is one result oi
the secular cooling of a ternqueous globe subject
to gravitation, and needs no strange or gratuituui
!ijpothesis as to its origin.
lie shows, by estimates wnich allow an ample
nargin to the best data we possess as to the total
:innnal vnlifnicitw nf nil rjirta r.f nnr o-l.iri nt
j - t ts " " '
present, that less tlian one fourth of the total heat
j it present annually lost by our globe is upon hie
Jjthcory sufficient to account for it; so that thefi
r'rtecular cooling, small aa it is, now going on is aW
issufficient pnmurn mobile, leaving the greater por
rjiion still to be dissipated by radiation. He also
ijlwu-o f Knf i rin tkaxi si A-iAl.'w-kArw1 ViT rut f i ,i 1 o r'
c uu rv a a, i jaa aa iivibv vivu J Vila A tetbi
ijential thrusts within the solid crust are due those
'icrturbations of hypogeal increment of tempera
'jture which Hopkins has shown cannot be referred
l,1to a cooling nucleus and to differences of conduc
tivity alone. He further shows that this view of
:he origin of volcanic heat is independent of any
'particular thickness being assigned to the earthVgj
ulid crust, or to whether there be at present an
'at ! T - si J . I I, t . 1 nnnlAiia call t n Xa r Ariaccn TAisrtw A
1I1VJUIU A lACTVTVA HUl.ltUO Oil UMkk IU VVOCXtl J Lrillg
f hotter nucleus than crust, so that the rate of con
"jtraction is greater for the former than the latter. I
tThc author then points out that, as the same rlavl
Zof tangential pressures has elevated the mountain.
(chains in past ejajchs, the nature of the forces em
, pioyeti sets a limit to the height or mountains pos-f
?.iMc of tbe materials of our globe.
Lastly, he brings his views into relation with'
produced in like manner in other!
our satellite, and shows that it
lequate solution of tbe singular and
plained fact that the elevations upon:
hour moon b Buriace, ana me evidences or iormeri
t - 3 , . . . ...?
voicanic activny, are upon a scaie so vast wucn
compared with those upon our globe.
Finally, he submits that if bis view will ac-J
t count for all the known facts, leaving none inex-
j.licable, and presenting no irreconcilable condi-
ions or necessary deductions, then it should be'
accepted as a true picture of nature.
H Is conseqi" ence of the complaints which have'
sheen made from time to time, both in the Adver-
Fi ... ...
&T,?ER and m the nat,Te Jamais, as to the mjuri
rously careless manner in which mail matter bc-
I, Innilnff tn ffiA Tifllirpa fins Kivn tTti.t&A. .1 m
m n n v f
c. m '-. .-.w ...... . w .suw " ... u.
Hof the postal stations outside of Honolulu, the?
I Minister of tbe Interior has caused to be issued as
UIIU VIUIIA vf w w s v s mm bvvw ws s.sjv swaxa au
E needed m the Post-office department is, that it Vj
srirtiilil h mndr ?nt!relv indorndent of and dis-u
H tinct from the other branches of Covcrrment scr -
.vice. At present, many of the Po6t-inastcrs arej
2 such ex-offieio of something else.
F Circular, callini? the attention Of OtnCialS tO tr.eS thelr market value, we intend to give on
fct . . ... . ... ., , - ,V-fit of our JU'lgment, and charge correspondingly low.
Ksubject, and directing that the evils complained 5
?of shall be corrected: This is as it should be rERSOXS purchasing their goods at OCR
AT A KKCCI.AK MKKTI.NC
(: & OAUV K.of r.. held at their
io thia CiSjr, Ixt. 11th, lTi tbe FUo;ne Prabr!
K WaA. It h t.W-J AluirhlT Jo.l to r-no rrr5
jr-arth. ! i-ty Kwuo.rt , iue K.ug( tun i.ioa j
Wcy kuih Krrii. ui. uvrrne of n... our
wMl D aa, . ran - "TV 4 . . alv.. -. . v i - IUAfu.:JUU
. " ai" ' a- tail ' J ' w ui lull I raiu fcriT atri iaraiiBiiwav -
aode, lb, - f.., to txciieucf
Kolh K'"fi, anJ that tbc aae be ibiihi m th n-
" laperof Ibe citj.
geo. Williams, c. c.
ii. raiuwi, R.. ft. c p. II
rDRRSIXF.n WILL "4T BF.
rwponwi... tur any n..a comrade .n M dux-aulK
' tbe erli or wr.Heo rHer of biHUK-lf or ile.
Uoaotoie. 13, iS7i. (leuat) Tlios LOSQ
; ninAi nnnirTf nn
i!d. FORMERLY TIIK HOMESTEAD OF
nTl th' Ute Jo-pa iwb a k..m.
d14 Ajplyto ANNA LONG
of?Roval Swedish and Norwee'ian Consulate.
HonoicLr, Dec. it,is7i
4 LLSWKDhH AXOXORWEClAXSl C
J"1 rrtd:n,T ta Honolulu nJ Ticiaity, re rqutM t
RapplicaUoo, be furnished by mail with the formula.
V J. c. gladk. Acting c.xut.
m-'j m jm ..a - n c.rv.i.-iijbn iv i a k a ' I t -
: t M. contracted in m name without my written order.
Uonoialu, Dec. 6, 187J.
(d7 :) C. r. PFLI OER.
fjVYiIIEREAS SI NG T EE HAS THIS DAT
tV s made an assignment of all his property, boih real an.
undersixned for the lnefit of his creditor;
II partira havirur claims against the said ine i 1
T requester io present ine same to nie under
tV'irnrd at his
office in Honolulu; and all parties indebted to thi
- a'd Siogyee.
are hereby requested to make itemed tale pay
ndersirned. F. A. SCH AKFKK.
Honolulu, Oct- 2i, 1S72. 4t
WHEREAS a fat has this day madi
y an asiznnunt of til his proDertr. both real and Der
2 I ire hereby reursted to present the same t the undersi:ied a
-'.!.etr omce in Honolulu, and all parties indebted to the sau
E.3th'AT are heri'hv n-niw-.r.l to liii.k. iinii.Miutj. r.ns m.nt t.
.,11 .s. (.Ltjnuns,
.j Honolulu, Nor. 19. 1S72. r,30 4t
i AAD u .
SJ"eAV TctLl' IestivitieS.
R TKftE WIf-Ij E MANy 1JALLS ASI
U Ol'Cler tllGir JJre.SS fetllts
t4' "ed time to prevent disapintment, as billed labor is rerj
scarce io Honolulu. A splendid stk of
3LACX BROAD CLOTH AND DOESKINS
JOHN F. KKXY0N.
JUST TBIE TIILG
CHRISTMAS & NEW YEARS
TO 1IB HAD OF
CASTLE & COOKE
After Arrival of the Stmr. Dakota.
Is A ill A Is A C 12 II A W I. S !
MANY OTHER NICE GOODS
rt b Received by the siime Vessel frsmi
England, New York and California.
iieu ct t;
ME INDUSTRY !
iMessrs. McCOLGAN & JOHNSON
-OULD MOST RESPECTFULLY I
3 f T form their friends and customers, the eititens of
loluju and the Islands generally, that liny have, in coniiec
J;ioo with their
MrDru.MT T,.,nc,..P nuciwrcc?
i itnwnMiii iHiLunmu ouointoo,
r - ,i - .
ADDEO THAT OF
i Which they Intend to have mostly made at their Establish-:
rcent in Honolulu. They will also deal in the better class oi
foreign made clothing, esjieci tlly that of American make.
GE5TIEMLYS FL RMSIIIAG mm
In all its Branches.
Those wishing to buy their own rlolh
rill find it to thir?t"
. xx rl 313 :
r. m XL o
FULL AND COMPLETE STOCK
ENGLISH. GERMAN AND FRENCH
Slack and Blue Broadcloths Jel
neavy and Medium.
ENGLISH, SCOTril AND GERMAN
BLACK TRECOT. BLACK AM) BLUE DIAG0-
NALS, Very Choice Goods.
ALSO. ANOTHER INVOICE OF
Very superior for Riding Pants.
rpjjg Celebrated Sydney Tweeds
in Great Variety.
A FINK ASSORTMENT OP
Black and Colored Italian Cloths !
BLACK SILK ALPACAS!
From light to very heavy.
Finest Line of Moleskins in tne market I
WHITE COTTON CORD,
a superior article.
FINE QUALITY AND INDIGO BLUE.
Warrsslra not ! turn Rd.rBiurPr " "me
A FULL LINE OF
TR I M M I N CS
AND MA NT OTHER ARTICLES.
navi'ig purchsscl the above Goods at very much below
r customers mc ocne -
can have them
Cut Out Free of Charge !
aad KOod flt narantee- "P"" ""aJe uP
McCOLGAN 4 JOHNSON,
At the Old Stand. No ."6 Fort Street.
del 4 lm
Just Received from Liverpool
IEX BARK EXCELSIOR!
- i N D-
:.-r.JlO f ilial IjATIj AISI11 AIS !
LlBlood TVolfe & Co.'a Ale in Tjints and ats.
1 do. do. Porter," do. do.
Jeffreys & Co.'s Ale, in pints and quarts.
Various Brands of German Ales,
i';ITennPi.sv and Martell's Branuv in rasks-
H Jules Eobin & Co.'s Brandy in casks,
ijHennessy one and two star Brandy in casei
pMartell's one and two star Brandy in cases,
Duff Gordon's Best Sherry Wine in casks,
a very superior article.
Stone Jug Gin, Square Bottles Gin,
large and small slies
A. Few Cases of Glenlivat Scotch Whisky,
Dunville's Irish Whisky,
Superior Port and Sherry Wine in case,
sparkling Moselle, pints and quarts,
Heidsick & Co.'s Champagne, pints and qts.
California Champagnes in endless varieties
(pinta and quarts.)
Cutting & Co.'s Cider in pints and quarts.
Several Brands of California Port, Angeli
ca and White Wines.
ami livery liniipr in (hi Une,
ALU OF WHICH
WILL BE SOLD LOVER
PIIAN ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY, BY
DISOWN aV CO.,
No. 9 MERCHANT ST.
H. L. CHASE, Proprietor,
LOXoLST F.STABL1S11KI) niUTOGUlPlir.R
IJIIOTOGRAPIIS TAKEN IS THE LATEST
style and with all the improvements in the art, and
ALWAYS ON THE LOWEST TERMS!
f'OK SALE Photographs or al the Kinrs, Queens, Chief, and
i.tlier important iwrsonuges.
Hso, the Larpest Variety of Views, Cards, Stereo
scopic, Ac, Ac, AT LOW PRICES.
Frames, Stereoscopes, d'fi.. (7-eaper than ran be
found at any place in the city.
Having all the conveuieucei for doing out door work.
Views or Residences, will be taken
Better and at Lower Prices than by any other Gallery io jt2
he city. II. L. I'll ASE, l i
Iwemitiful Tweeds ! U
tJi-SP.VTI.WVI KV 1 R F. R I'.liPITTPm.l.V IS. fe
LsT r..ru,llht JOHN r. KENYON.Tnilor, King street, has
iusi rt ceived a Siilendid Assortment of Tweeds and Coatit cs,
lolicits an esrly call all enods shrunk. Oood workmanship
frjind an excellent fit guaranteed. n2 tf
PERIODICA!. AJD JEWS AGEACV I
American, English and Australian
Furnished to Subscribers icithin Ten to Twenty Days jKjj
from the date of publication. jpjij
ind at price, that barely cover the cost of subscription and
Paper DeJicered Free of Postwje in any part o'
o Subscriptions taken for Less than One Year.
XT Files made up at short notice for Whalemen A Travelers
1" INSCRIPTION 3 PAYAULK ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.
N'. Y. Weekly Herald
Ihe N. Y. itioo........ .........................
f 5 00
N .' Y. Weekly Times
I'he N. i . Irish American
N. Y. Ledger, a story pnp'r.
V. Y. Weekly Tribune
pa. Y. Weekly Zeitun
Courier des lUats l.nis.
Kiistnn Commercial bulletin....
lioston Weekly Journal
.... 5 0(1
cieulilic American -
.... a oo
Harper's III. Weekly
Leslie's III. Weekly
" III. xitung
" III. llu.Urt of Fun
London Weekly Punch
. . . . 1 50
.... 2 50
ppleton s Journal, monthly pans.
Kvery Saturday, monthly u.trts. .................. ,
.nil mm IIUI11C. ....... a ...................... .
r.l.tnilfui 111 w. ..
I I 1U. .. I 1
Londuu HI. Graphic
1 JL VEXILK PERIODICALS
3 )ur Young Folks, monthly
jj Youth's Companion, wee.ly
PiLitlle Corporal, weekly.. ,
3. F. Weekly Bulletin
. .$6 00
S. V. Weeklv Alta
Pd i'a.11,7 a-U I trj a I tJ ss.sws.sssss.
Cl''ly Alt Calafornia
fcl eeaiy courier (,r rencu;. .........................
., . , . .
S. V. Independent. Congregational organ......
rhri-tian I'.ii.in. 11- W. Kechrr' tmurr .
4 i 0
M - g ""-', s'reabyterian
fes. Y. Tahlet. Catholic
.viuostoa riiot, cat.ioiic
London III. News
" Pall Mall Budge
Evening Mail (tri weekly Times
l i 00
London Lloyd's Weekly Times
London Weekly limes.,
II V lC fKI
!3icOninion!"I"!lI"ll!!'.X!lI"ll"!I"II"i"..."." 10 00
J-J London Art Journal $14 00
" Society Marazine. . .
u Cornhill Marazine. .
ll the Year Roane I
hambers' Journal . . .
L Ita I err. .7 ! f,nlin.
tiirempie Bar Magazine
CJ; English Society
2 Westminster Quarterly
- uuilUUU X-Mlc IT....."..-... ...................
bitten Laving Age, weesiy
itosion na.tny jiagaxiiie. . .
r.icv.iv .-. r..mmnw. .
M Atlantic Monthly
r-r.-i. ,. ....... r.,ir
ti ne viaiaij
(Arthur's Ladv's Mssazine
6 00 f
fcsabbxth at Home
, ,ur Young Folks
... 8 00
... 4 00
... 4 00
Tosn & Country Journal.
IMelbourne III. News
::Svdney III. News.
p.ydney Steamer Herald
14 XT Any Perk-dicals, not in this list, will be ordered at any
E J:ime, and supplied at rest and charges.
N Address II. M. WHITNEY.
. 6 00
. 610 F
. U I u
. 5 00 H
. 4 00 I
. 6 oo r
. 600 s
. 6 tO f
. 4 00 ti
. 400 H
. 4 00 I
. 4 00 1 5
. 8 00
. 6 OO
. 5 00
Wishing to Purchase will find at
CASTLE Sc COOKE o
tCOOU ASSORT! EXTs UV I.ATK ARRIVALS KKOM i:CI.A.M, UOkTOXi SiKW
oaK FRA.NClCo OF
tlTT.nTtminn vs-eftr nnnnn
Hi GLASS. SADDLERY. TINWARE.
Which they will Sell at Wholesale
.Vmonix 3In' -.rtl'lss t rtiitt r
Errancy Prints and Brilliants, latest sml Best Styles Fancy Piquets. White BriKianla, Fine While Lawn.
E Une an Medium American ail wuol While Hannels. aU.gli.h an.1 Aavrrw-ao m-dmra and Bos Ui t .
f-'!l-.,.l,.K .A Irrrimm, ....1 III,. I'nbkK.l l .llulil AlUL(U IVlllUlS. UrOSO. BlaSClMd Snd HIU ITIIU.
Linen and CoUoo beetincs. PHI. w fase CtUkm ai.d l.ii-n.
!j Lines and Ccttun Turkish Towers. Crasb Towrluoc. iim- and medium Lii.-n Nstirs Rusa.a add inai l'irs,
f Ku.: and Linen CVssh. Finest Lin. n Laeos, Medium and flint all Liasn Tsbto Usmask. .
Indies' and Ueut'a W biie Ioen Cambne UaiMlkrrch els. Ueni's Fine Uiwn tVUrs and Nrck Ties, pera Funnel,
f Jin Canvas ia white, bsff and scat let, puot aais, p.J Cottons, Llueo Tapes, c, Ac, nr., Ae., ac.
FOR GEXTLEMEX'S AVEAR!
ifln Black asl 1)1 we Isxsklas. Flat Twse-ds. lulaesi Dweka wad Drills. Risked Malesklai
A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE !
1 Wire Cloths. Belting of all widths, S in. Io 11 io.. Cooper's Tools. Axes, Hatchets. Cami Knives,
J A splendid Assortment of Spear A Jacksoo'l riles. Cut Nails, Wrvnight, Boat and Finishing Nails, Ao., ke kt.
HUBBUCK'S PURE LEAD AND ZINC PA I NT!
f jllubbuck'l best Raw and Boiled Oil. Ilubbuck't Green and Blark Paints. Turpentine, A full assortment of falnta la Oil, 1 and
l J a io. una. Fatty. W hiting, Ulue, French Yellow and Yellow Uvhre, Lamp Black, Boraa, Aluai and Koala.
PARIS PLOWS, STEEL. PLOWS, I'Ell CKTI-OX.
Horse Hoea, CulUvators, Garden aud PUnter'a Hoea, Rakes, Oos, Shovels, Ppadea, Scythes, Ac.
P jPure English Spices, the best in the country Oysters, farUiuea,
JUST RECEIVED PER
HA Splendid Assortment of English Prints, Grenadine, Hosiery, &c, &c, &c, &c.
n2 Orders from the Other Islands Filial u'dh Pispatrh and at the Loirrnt Hal.
O. HALL & SON
HAVE JX'ST RECEIVED A VVIA. ASSORTMENT OK
DWARE, OQOSCIO STORES I
SITET PLATED AVjiVTIE,
MTS, OILS, VARNISH!
Bp a i
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 6 and
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three Inches; Carriage
Cut Nails, 3d to 60d Clinch Nails. Boat Nails, Cut and
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER !
I'l'onoli Ovir 31k.1xxs.
Bridle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Trees and Stirrups,, Marble Wash Basins and Fixtures,
Full Assortment of Cirpc'iitcr's ami Agricultural Tools.
Ili:iL.DER'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED TC'HS AND PAILS, Air., AVr.
. . r. v i. im nu a.. I
HIIsE ACII EI AIH KISOWIV
LJ MoTTT linnflS hTT KTfirT StfiaTtlGr. M L0WGSL lYlarRGt Kal6S.
I. XV W II W WU tmTJ mmm. - J ;
li apG Brick Store, corner of Fort and King 8ts.
,,i " ' '
:imi --... .
gA wc rvAIIMfl I .lllfllll Fl
ll fl 1 1 1 f J P J fas. I IfiS 1 1 1 H I II
Wills BmasasWa w -a
5"J tj Ji" -x-xxaa -a.
Allf W 9i If mu AS. I'Uli
& . :
ES.Voric formed of 8000 feet of fli.e tinned wire colled Into pirf.ct
.... .. . .... . . . ... . .. . . . , ... .....
weaving. Hen tins f.ianie and jmhsiic raoric is sireicuru
ransrement ever made. He desires to eall the attention to the
iver make a noise ; ad That they never nerd a repair.
. ... , . . i .. ...i -
m?H 1 n" posil.eeiy wirraniwi mi vc as jicr.ct.ij icci
Further information can be obtained, and samples seen
Wnn wes t .- on mc ti-PPPT. Iln VIII
FOR SALE OR RENT
FJ w THE DESIRABLE DWELLING WOrSI
L'3rTJ' lately occupied by C. H. LEW ERS, situated on Kukt
Clka. Street. For particular ermuireor
l i sd28 If LEW Kit? k DICKSON
t : .
IThe Undersigned Invite the Attentioi
PLANTERS MiO OTHER
Exceedingly Full Stock of Materials!
avow otxt irvivr) t
3EX "EXCELSIOR" AM) OTHER LATE ARRIVALS
A Large Assortment of
CTIRE AND OTHER BAR IRON
Hilglit And Heavy I
AST STEEL ROUNO. Q.U A R E AND
oval ; also, Plate Steel ; Antsle Iron from 11 to 3 inch.
taUOILEK AND SHEET IROM from 1 Inch thickness up to i
inch, nd from 10 feet by 4 feet dowuwards, and tlivets suit
hie for the sxrae.
HjciRCULAR liOiLER HEADS from fl feet by i inch to SJ feet
i ,y 7.ifl eh, together with a lance lot of 2. 3 aud 4 Inch
H Boiler Tubes, which puts us in a position to execute order.
for Boilers with dispatch. Tbf-se heads are made iu one piec
11 nt tri.ile refined iron.
t i.rili.u. muTj ivn NPTS a in 1 Inh various lenvtha.
Fa' " " ' ' "
i-ilClCIIH' J Ifnltineh
5VK0l'01IT IKON STEAM PIPE from I up to 31 Ineh. with
Tees, Elbows, 4-Ways, Nipples, Couplings, L mou Joii.ls, and
Keduclng Couplings and ipplea
iMKAl ni'E lllll.iUR or fl LL ni.ii'., men ss uimif
Valves, Cocks, Check Valves, from J to 3J inches, at our
Ej iviuici i 1 1 .. .
KSTEAM GAUGES. WATER GAUGES and GACGE COCKt
' Z tf If. mm r Si
. . . mm
MOLISII LEATHER BELTING, best quality, from 2 inches
2 nr. n H inrlwa : also 4-nlv a loch Rubber Beitinr.
JnriT T IP!'? .tron? and nliahle.
ROL NO (ill dAU. suitaoie lor nnvins; sieaui eiiKine eov.
......... fa mnA 1 1 r.- rli.met.r. with srrrW stMl hook enun. 4
... . . . . . . .1 . v. i . Ill
llUgS. 1 HIS DIDll irjil uij m'J m-,
j VULCANIZED INDIA RUBBER, i and Inch, for air pump3
Valves, etc ; also India Rubber Packing, 118 and 1 8 inch,"
. I m n .nil K. n ? 1 1 s h . ZJt
COARSE GALVANIZED IRON WIRK CLOTH, wove to 10
inches wide lor teninrugais.
PERFORATED BBA.S PLATES for Centrifugal! of One anil 3
coarse nesb. suitable for larire or small grained sugars; als-
1.3 Brass Wire Cloths for the same purpose very cheap. j
flaBB1T .METAL, best quality.
M TUCK'S PATENT PACKING. 1 to I Inch, fi-sh and p!ible
n the most economical Packing for Glands of hteam Eugines.ll
S3 Iumps. ClariOers, etc., ever produced
llHEMP AND FLAX PACKING, Nos. 1 and 2, loose and bard
tf rrMHERLAND COAL. In casks or In bars
KCHRISTOFFHE'S Patent Spiral Sprirg Adjustable Tube
E On. 7
One 9 Cylinder Steam Engine,
KJ2 smalt Centrifupal Enrines, 1 No. 5 Hydraulic Ram,
11 Small Sugar Mill, 1 Medium Sugar Mill.
P Second Hand.
h i "mall Surar Mill, for Horse Power. 1 Clarifler,
K 1 Portable Enrine and Boiler. And several other useful arU-
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Honolulu Iron Works Comnany.
j no23 lm ALEXANDER YOUNG. Manager.
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AGRICULTURAL IlO.x'lsLmiui, ad.
or Retail, at Lowest Market Rates
Finest w hue Linen Pamask T.-wets, HiM-kabu. k Towels,
Pie Fruits, galad Oil, Jama, Condensed Milk, Maaoa'a Blacking
AJAX AII CEYLON !
0, with staples Whcelbarrowa,
Springs, Carriage Hardware, Horse Shoes, Ho se Natl,
Wrought Spikes, 4 to S Inches r?hoe leasts and Findings,
jOXTliliS, I'lC 1 1 T-, aV'C., &C.
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liMI I I til" II I I T UI IUN
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tFVi-iw .v.iai, na 'm. vm,
.1, hoot iins or husks The Wire Mat trass eonsisls of a strong
sj-rincs and all Interlorked by an Ingenious process of double
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ii.mi ii. .r,jcr .r.niv. ,im . - - . -
facta i 1st That they never loss their shspe sd That Ihey
v. . r u- ... . - - Arf m.d. .ml tn aland Ins test
mo . -'. j - - " " " --. , -
at the FURNITURE WARDROOMS OP M. T.
ITI.IT. aeH Sm
THAT VERV I ESI R A IILK IIOPHE
and I'rrmi-s. No. lMNauan. Aveuue, lately occspie.1
bv W. U Oreen. Kso.
Also, the Honse and Premises Ho. It, adl lining
Apply to C. K. WILLIAMS,
oca Or J, It. Wixl.
MUSKETS. MUSKETS, MUSKETS ! !
A LOT OF NUPF.RIOR M US
KETS, Just Beoelved and For Sals Cbosp by
Ju8 5o. 40 Fort Street.
NO HUMBUG, NO SHODDY,
iYo Auction ool.
'HIE UNDERSIGNED IJEfJS LEAVE TO
Al Inform the public of Oai.u and the other Islands that lie has
RECEIVED A LA ROE
INVOICE OF BOOTS AND SHOES !
DIRECT FROM PHILADELPHIA, consisting of
Men 8. Boy r, Misses , Ladies & Chili
Making the most eomtileu assnrtment 'if ." cow
roods ever before offrrd In Honolulu. I suitable for tla
poor, hlth or low, bg or small.) I
Please call and examine or send your orders to l
Corner of Fort and Merchai4
N. B. Ladies and Gentlemen wishing fins and perie
Boots and Gaiters of any description, can have them '
order by the best manufacturera in Philadelphia, by
their measure with
n':0 lm IRA RICHARP
15,0 O 0,0 O
SAN BRUNO DEDS;
TIIK FIN EST FLAVORED
O y s t e x1
Is the World, far SU, Wh.lesAle ad Retail,
IMPORTERS AND PLANTERS.
CORVILLE & CO,
AT THEIR DEPOT, THE NOTED
410 Fine Street, San Francisco.
N. B We Oil orders direct from the beds, aad gwsranscw
the delivery of our Oysters in good order at Honolulu. o2 &o
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