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Tmi lorrign arrival's siner car last report have f-.-t, f..;.
low : ot. lt, A merii-.tn whaling Lark -ort F.irnt. in m
lr Arrt.c ; lliwajian srbootwr A'oi I'arl't, ff .r.i ltr
paalvki ; 2.1. American w"ialir.j bark J'titr, from x Arrt.r ;
4lh. Isxrru wnalir barks fiiortArrm I.i'jkt, Jar i'. Kr.t
ih wh.iiir;f bark t'tratmy, from th" Arrt.c, aaj Ai&'r.'.in
schooner i'miiv. Inra NavijaUr liUr.ilt ; eih, Ar.!- riai
whiiinj bark Jattpkimt, from Arct c ; 7th, Ar-. r'an w-1.
ship Emrept, from Arctic.
Tb departures hat t-n Nov. lit, C. M. H'ujJ, t.r
iUad, and Da . t?r Auckland; to-dy. 0"m .-,
f.r Pan Franc iaco.
Th preserves cl ten whai.cs; vessels in port iv a
perceptible effect r business on-1 trad-". vhh r-tn.vr. r,.:.t.
Jud. The bri;ut.i Rourrt Cairo boa cimnirLi nl 1- .-vt.;.' it '
uxars for Hydoey, an.l l.pat-rid a).i; Wei!r-I.v
The ship Csriwyr havir.j beeo t!iorochl r-.-a-r-J hs
loaded br rrpj of fruno r.d w.!t hort!y b r is
li F.or"j, a r beeter rood. Honed l.ip In .-'! rT"''
wken the rraioirccnl h-r vvae.
The f llowirnj is the rte of pr e.-,. , 1 au.l bore-, f r t.i.r.
off crews, as MUMhJ by '". I. Mitt .n. F. , I . M. I . o
tul al lb' (nrl -
fpna oiI........j-r f i'ljtj...... -i rei.t..
Arrtie ml,. ....... - -
'.! xrui V.rus Oil, - "
WbAlw bow, per 3 7.'.
jlo.k; the triiARi i s.
Krhr Laka m repairing at T.bbrta Jk ) t:j.i' wharf.
? .Hrar .er. 5fcrrill, al Jiuld's wharf, ..: f,r l.a.iin t -
j !lop Li-? Yank, at aame j licc, aaiia Hua r-m'-rro.
Si-hr Ka at Brrwrr1 vbarf, aaila t,r KjJmlui toOKrro.
-hr PauaU, at R-binarjo' wharf, aai!a t r II.l- t -nv-rr'-w.
Mrbr Priiire, al tfs Cxplanl-, a.I .r K'-n- ati.1 K.iu n
r,OUT OP HONOLULU, 21. I.
Nt. .J Him Kiliuma. Taylor, from Kiu.n.
I Am b t Acora lianas. AU-n. Imm An tic, with
-Jt apm, 210 vb. 171 vatrua, 4.tKjj boo. irory.
1 IIw arhr Kftoa Packet, Kuif, Hi cla; from I'i tr--palki.
I Hi ttr Kmni Ana, J limbit. from KixLn.
J ra wb bk A-u. Campbell, from Arctic, w ;th I to
Tn, 27S h, 2M walrua. 4M Un. Iam iT"rjr.
H H br JTiDT, .Nik a, from VVairrxa ami Koa, Kiui.
4 -hr Mary Film. JLbi, from II1I0, Hawaii.
' Mhr VTarwick, Kalaaia.fm Kaanakakai. MolokaL
5 Am wb bk N ortbrn J.iht, Hmith, fin Arctic, with
S, 4M wurtui, 4ju borx-, z.(m tvorr.
' A in acbr Fanny, Vcitrif, S3 day In.m .Naviit'r
isianiia, tu Uakna.
Hrit wb bk faraway, Norton. fm Antic, clean.
i Am wb bk Java 'JJ, f iaber, from Arctic, with 150
wn, 3,000 low.
i Srhr Ka Moi, Wt, from Kahului. laui.
Jcbr Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Lahaiua. Jlaui.
ri i br Jnanita, Fountain, from Haiku. Maui.
0 Prhr M-icuokawal, Fab kai, from Waioiea, Kauji. '
V flloop Lira Yankee, Clark, from liana. Maui.
H6rht Paoahl, llopu, frm Iliio, liawrkii.
ft Am wb bk Joaepbinr, l-ons, fat Arctic, with
wh. 14,000 bone. ,
7S. hr Princ. Lfoanr.from Kona and Kati, Hawaii. '
7 Am wit atiip F.nropa. MrKcnzi, from Arctic, Willi
800 wb. 8,1)00 boor.
7 flrhr Fairy Queen. Kaaina, from llanalei, Kauai.
Stmr Kilaoca, Taylor, from Hawaii and .Maui.
1 Am acbr C M Ward, Rickman, lit CaatK lilanls.
1 Haw achr Dauntleaa, lierrill, for Aarklan.1.
1 Mchr Kinan, AhaihaJa, for Maliko, Maui.
I tirhr Ka Moi, West, for Kabnlui. Mam.
1 6cbr Jnanita, Fountain, for Maliko, Maui.
I Htmr KOauea, Taylor, for Maui anil Hawaii.
4 Hrhr Keool Ana. J Dud oil, for Koolau.
chr 1' ilama, Whitfurd, for Kona and Kau, Hawaii.
4 Hohr Rob Kor, C lndoit, for KooUa.
4 eVhr Jenny, Nik, for Koloa and Waimea, Kauai.
0 Vkr Mary Ellen. Jim. (r Waihe. Maui.
4 chr Warwick, Kalawaia, fur Kalawao, MoVikai.
7 Hchr Jaanita, Fountain, for Waialua.
7 Hchr Manookawai, Palekal, t-r Lanai.
7 Brit wb bk Ocean ttced, U Peaae, Jr, f"r Han
Fob WixdwaibFoiti Simr Kilauea, aaila on Tnenday.
Fua Hroakr Bri; Robert Cowan, faiU about WeUncuday.
VESSELS IX FORT.
It H fla-abip Haranac, Rear Admiral A M IVnnock.
Haw wb tk Arctic, Tripp.
Haw wn bk R W Wood, Whitney.
Am wb bk Bartholomew Goanold, Will!-.
Am wh bk Acora Barnes, Allen.
Am wb bk Active, Campbell.
Am-wb bk Northern Light, Hmith.
Brit wb bk Faraway, Norton.
Am wb bk Java 2d, Fiahrr, di-h.irri"T
Am wh bk Jcsepbine, Long-
m wb ihip liuropa, McKeczie.
Am ahip Coring, Rope, loading.
Haw acbr HooUt Hea, DtU.
Brit bri Robert Cowan, Rerely, loud'mx.
Krit ibip Annie Fleming, Pierrepoint, repairing.
Haw acbr Kona Packet, King, repairing.
Am achr Fanny, Y'oong.
. Wbatlwg Reparla, Fall Sem-a 1873.
J The following ia a summary of the rvports received of ship
i j-t to arrive at this port :
Arnolds, A whalea, 230 bhla walroi , 000 lha ivory.
llUncia, 8 whales, 100 bbla walrus, 3,500 lbs botH-.
Jaa Allen, S whales. (150 wb between season) 100 MI 1
J (iw, 5,000 tta bone, 300 tf ivory.
1 II Java 3d, ISO bbla whale. 40 bbls walrus, 60 tr ivory.
HJoa Maxwell, w woAles, 000 btis wairus. 0,000 tt b.m.-.
XuUjua, 3 whales, 130 bbla walrus, 2200 tr bone,
iinsu t, whales, AoO bbla walrus, 100 Its ivorr.
Triton, 140 bbls perm, 170 bbls humi.bark, 50 LbN walru.
Ad venturer, ol Uydney, clean.
tipt smith, of the Northern Lifht, intnns us that whales
tb Arctic arerace about seventy barrels each ; walrus
I 20 gailoaa each. To every bundml barrets of polar oil
generally reckoned 1,S00 Its of bone j 40O tf ef rvonr to
the baiKlrrd barrels of walrus oil.
Repobt 07 Baas: Biitroloiiw Cos!old,J. M. Willis,
Mastbb. Left Honolila Dec 4th, 1S73, and touched at Kbon
and Ftronf"! Island. Cruised off Bouka Island and Look 140
bbla sperm. April 2il, 1373, left Yokohama ; arrived up to
the ice May 21st, harinf experienced bead winds all the pas
sage; Jane 6th entered the Arctic. First part season had
strong winds and cold weather, bat good In July and Aug ; all
nt Kept blowing, but warm tt the latitude. rVpl J6lh had
strong g-Jles until Oct 2d. and were blown off the ground.
Shaped our rourse for the) straits, pasiicg Cape Prince of
W airs Oct 4th, through rot Inlands Oct 10th; bare had
I y modrrate winds since leaving Fox IiUniis. This season in
the Arctic has been very free from ice, and whalea very scarce.
Our beau have been lowered eight times for whales. Arrived
In Uuooiuli Tuesday, Oct 23th.
RtroaT or HcaooxEB Kosa Pacest, Kixo, MaaTca.
Saifed from Petropautaki Sept 27th, and had light winds from
NNW nntd 30th, when we met a aerere BE gale. Oct 1st
the wind veered t NW, and continued to blow from that
quarter till the Oct 9th ; then had light and hoffliog winds
l the 14UL, when we encountered a perfect hurricane, the
wind bltttvicg from fl, NNW, and all round the cuipa.
Hntit all our sails and stove two boats. From the 2vM to the
27th bad a gale from ESI.', then lizht winds from the a and
Sff. Inku24 N, long 152 20 W, spoke the British ship
I r wit, of London, from Newcastle bound to tan Francisco.
1 got my position frrm her, as my chronometer was or. I of or
der ) 00 the 31st had light trades. Highted Molokai the name
day, distance fifteen miles, anil came into port during the af
ternoon Zi days passage.
RcroaT or Babk Attivk, T. ti. CawraELL. Master.
Left Hooolula 27 th Nov, 1S72, and cruised otT New Ireland
am Boroka the between seasons. aw whales twice, and took
l, making 110 barrels. Recruited ship at Ascension Inland
ant Yokohama. Cruised nearly a month in the Japan ca,
and saw two tight whales. On the 21st Mav, l-73, in a dense
log, struck on Oki-iirl Island, but got off in a short time,
wind being light and water smooth no damage done to the
ship. Th Uland was made twenty miles south of the posi
tion on the charts. Pasied through Behricg Htraits 20th
June ami Point Barmw 2Cth July, in company with twenty of
the other vesseL. There were a few whales off the point, but
nothing like termer years. Cruised off the point till 9th Aug,
then went t Herald Island ; found a tv vrhali-s, but very
hy ; bad weather and snow squalls every day. This has been
a very open season ; were in lit 73 9 ua' N, and could have
gone further. The natives report a very mild winter List year.
Took three whales daring the season. Kept off Mil Oct, and
passed Cape East on the 10th and Fox Islands 17lh. Irtl.nl
a) N had a brisk southerly gale. Took the easterly winds
in lat 34 0 N and had ihetn brink to 24 0 ; from lhenc to tx rt
. light, arriving in Honolulu Sunday, Nov 2d.
," - RtroaT or TUbk Nobthkb Light, G. I Smith, M i
, ,,,1-Ea. HaJ a very windy and Sggy season in the Arctic, but
j i the sea very clear cf ice. f aw but few whales and generally
' very wild ; took the first one Aug 15th. the last Oct loth, four
" in ail, making 350 bbls, five hundred walrus making 4oO bbls.
( Left the sea Uct 12th, ami had light winds Dearly ail the way
t t- this port, arriving Wednesday, Nov 6th. Oct 2d. on bard,
i Keatehaniia, a Hawaiian seaman, died of consumption.
RcroaT or 8ciiookb Fajjt, Y'oijic, Masteb Left
Honolulu 17 ih July, and called at I'lupalakua ; was 17 days
irota there u Tutuila. Ual tine weather the whole passage.
Left Navigator IsUmis Oct l"Uh. Had fine weather all the
way up. Arrived in Hooolula Wednesday, Nov 5th.
Kcrorr or Babk Fabawat, Thos. H. Nobtos, Masteb.
Left Uonolulu July 13th, hail fine pa.ssa.-e to Lit 42 0 ; pass
ed through the straits on the 13th Aug, made the ice on the
21st, lat 71 ly, locg 163 40. Up to ept ISth saw very
few whales -, on that date saw quite a show of whales, appar
ently atilU but bad weather, a gale front WSW, very rugged
and could not lower the boats ; cn the 19th saw whales and
lowered for them ; missed one ; seeing no more fur 4 cr 5
days, kept off for Lf rald Island ; on the 25th took a gale from
tliK, which lasted till the 23th. when we found ourselves away
to the westward of the Big River ; Oct lit, thick weather,
wind strong from the north ; cn the 2d passed out the strait
in company with another ship, unknown ; on the 6th made M
Matbew'B Island and saw quite a show of right whales ; gale
of wind and very rugged at the time ; lowered, but could not
get to the whales ; oo the 6th. missed one ; staid there 4 or
i days waiting for good weather but found none ; kept off fr
the 72 passage, finding it was no use stopping any lonzer. On
the 13th. in lat 5o, long 171 35, took a heavy gale from
the south ; it blew a hurricane with a heavy sea on, ahip un
der close reefed maintopaail ; a sea struck the ship and took
the starboard bow boat with everything attached; the star
board boat went also, the davita breaking dovn. but we sur.
reeded in saving the boat in a shattered state ; the ship labor
ing hard ; at midnight lost fore topmast atiysait, f jie and
main staysail and damaged several other sails ; tl.e heaviest
of the gale lasted about it boars, the barometer down ti 27
and l-10th ; cn th 1Mb took another gale from the N W in
lat 64 25', long 172. in which we lost two more boats,
started up about 30 feet of the main rail and took off three
davits on the larboard aide, and carried away the crane of the
main topsail yard. On the 13th took another gale from tV. in
sight of Heguam, which lasted 20 hours ; on the 21 st panted
'Ml hv Heynam nmler dour. reef.-d topsails with a yfrnn;
I'.Ni; ri. Th t v rr.e . f ih- bar lest I assir'.s ar-J IV
w Mm.iVt I itir r ri, r.r. .1 1 r.n tlj tice j-.rt. f.ne
.N V w.r.:l If '- cn-t '( the n; ; tx.L tli" tr.l- in lat
" s ; It :.i from SMin 111 -ht of l..nrJs n The
-as'.ii Ii 'in f the !i.rt.'-t I U hrve itit wantiT
l:.'v:i Arr!v I ::i li r..- lula . .tr.e! iy, Nov itli.
fits 1. 1 ' I 1. ! p. r C. M. Ward, O I. 3lt :
I. nad.es. .VI Fork, bbls 2
II" f. ! li Z.Uf)
t . lf -r, 'J, Si K ce, 2i0
M 'Lis'. I 11 K-pe. t'.:'.. 4
I'a.ai. !r ?j.'a izr, Rs 600
Va.ue I rr.-.tic. .1: 1'j ; Trans f-;j 13.
I bom Kai ai I'er K.lAuea. Not. 1st B P F-hler., mjr an.1
.Trl.i!dr-n.J C Glade, wiias.d child. J Gay, U WaIW. !Hi
F. Wul'Tfi 1r.11. Mrs Row!!, Mrs A r Hart well ar.d child. E
Kriil!, N W ileo. f l:,r,:t. Mr Afi. an.l 165 deck.
F. Gi o ILAt- p.-r f M. Warl. Niv. 1.1 U II
I ur.d 2 j Lit.t: U!r'-r..
rB Widvao Posts l'-r K.lni'-.. Nov. Z-i Juijje
U .! rr.ar.n, I. Met. c!iy. I. V.lco. v C Jones. J Y Grn,
J 1 l:r-wr. M.ss F.:-I-.!, Mast-r F.I liUs.1. 11, Rev T Blun
..en arrl wife. W Wi!--f. au.1 wife. J Butterfi.ld. R V Ilus
Inri.is, M.s J-j.urn. Tho R l.uras. .Mrs Y N Makee r..l
n.fce. i has L Hoi n.. f. Wr, H H To-ter, W II Corn' II.
J.is II ton. wif- and 2 children. Mr Al- and iaiirliter, lr
ALaia, at.'l atiout 161 ilt.
I son Ni.aT'i stASii !' r I ar::?j , Nor. i;li A
II Ht.in!rg'-r, lidwia M'xly.
Fauw IVhciiio Posts I't Kilauea, Nov. Sih W II
(.'ornwi.ll. Ham 1'ark'r. lr Hjti hivjn.J C'cbn.G Armstror.?.
E Ivleiit.ir. Mrs Ai hoek arid child, Miu Anioe Arhuck, 11
H'-lstein, Mrs Atai, A P Jones, Mrs Puniai, J V Kawair.ui,
J tiilaion, Geo ISoiid. Capl 5Iakee, Mr Hisc-s, Mrs Right, AW
acl w.lc. and 77 il-rl.
Bli skis fisows I ra this citv, at Ht. Andrew's Cthe
dr.l, Ocl.,(-er 2-Jth, by the Ilijht Kcv. the ly.nl Bishop, the
K'r. Tnnsn lin sDts to Emily Eliza, fifth daughter of
trie late Jaaies Brown, Esq., cf Canterbury, England.
l.tiE Gaskbll In this city, at ftt. Andrew's Cathedral,
Nov-niuer 1st, by tii-s R.ght Rev. the Bishop of Honolulu,
Willi an He a bobs, iU-t son of (;ea II. Lace, of Hoof'lalu,
to Mabv E. P01.LIA), eldest danzhtcr cf W. J. Gaskell, Esq.,
of Car'l.T, Eiiglxni. J' No cards.
IThe Printf-rs, acknowledging the receipt cf a piece of the
W'ddii.g testimonial, would most heartily consratulate the
h ii r j couple, ami wish them ail joy in life
Kaaiwai la this city, at the residence of His Ex. C R.
Bishop, Noveuioer 4th. Mrs. Mast Ass; Kiliwchi Kaai
Ai,agdC years. The funeral took place on Weilnewlay
from et. Andrew's Temporary Cathedral.
SATURDAY. SOVEMDER 8.
His MuLTr the Kivg sails for Hawaii on
Tuesday morning nest, on the rteamer Kilauea,
proposing to reside some weeks in the ealubrious
climate of Kona.
" Comparisons," tavs Mrs. Partington, arc
odorous. " The (Jazflie, in commenting on a
breach of military disci'i'linc among tie volunteer
militia of New York, kijs that every one will
he Btruck with the eimilarity of the way in
which the mutineers were dealt with in New
York and Honolulu." .Ju.teo; fur we read a
littl.; further down that
"The entire regiment was disarmed, and, after
some trouble, placed under guard of the Eighty
fourth Infantry and Third Cavalry, and for the first
time within our recollection a regiment of the Na
tional (laard was marched off the grounds armless
and prisoners, and imprisoned in the city and State
arsenals by order of the brigade commander."
The 4 similarity " between those proceedings
and our own " War of the IJarracks," constitute.-
the point to which the Gazette directs the
attention of every one. Hut we beg to suggest
that hereafter, when our neighbor really means
to lc facetious, he introduce tin subject with the
words " This is a goak."
The toRRF-?roxDEXCE which we publish to-day
between the .gcnts of Fire Insurance Companies
in this city and the Minister of the Interior, is
suggestive. It was handed to us for public in
formation, without comment, and it is but proper
that we tdiould remark in the outset that any
criticisms we may make upon it are entirely
A model dispatch, under the circuLustanc-
and in view of the known extremely conservative
attitude cf the Ministry, should not, we opine,
have extended beyond a dozen lines ; wherein,
after a due reference to the " anxious eolicitude"
which the Ministers profess to have felt for the
past two or three months cn the subject of an in
creased water supply, they might have gracefully
declined to assume the "grave responsibility"
of expending any money in building a new reser
voir until the same f-hall be voted by the Legisla
ture, and have concluded with the assurance of
their intention of bringing up the subject when
that body next meets six months hence. Such
a Ministerial dispatch, declaring briefly the
policy determined on by government in regard to
the water supply, would have been a sufficient
answer to the memorial, notwithstanding that
opinions might well difTcr as to the soundness of
Hut this, the lirst " official dispatch " that has
appeared from the jcii of the Minister of the In
terior, strikes on as by no means a happy speci
men. It has the undiplomatic fault of difFuse
ness and rambling verbosity, with little of the
dignity of the statiman, in that it argues and
expostulates, and finally exhibits an unmistakable
disposition to sneer. The Minister very plainly
not to say insultingly declares to his corre
spondents in effect, that so far from there being
any reasonable ground for addressing him in
favor of a larger supply of water for the city, it
is their duty to "correctly" represent to their
he-ad offices " the facts," the very reverse of
those set forth in their memorial, which will in
duce those head offices, thus correctly informed,
not only to reduce the present rate of insurance,
but also to extend their risks on property which
they arc now afraid to insure ! After that,
whatever may bo thought of His Excellency's
jvculiarities of diplomatic style, all must con
cede that in the art of de livering the snub direct,
he is without a is-er. The long, lecturing letter
was unnecessary and uncalled for, but the oppor
tunity could not be allowed to pass unimproved
to parade the " insolence of office " in the faces
of a numlx-r of highly respectable and influential
merchants, who had presumed so far as to lay
before our painfully conservative .Ministry their
endorsement of the puMie fe ling on the question
of tho water supply.
In his anxiety to make out his case and to
show that there never has been a short supply of
water for extinguishing fires, the Minister com
mits the serious blunder doubtless through be
ing misinformed of stating as a fact that which
is notoriously untrue. Ilcfcrring to the recent
tire in Emms street, he says that " water was
ready as soon as the engines were ready for it."
An inquiry of members of the Fire Department
or of numerous bystanders on that occasion
would have proved to the Minister's satisfaction
that for a considerable time at least fifteen min
utes after the engines were in rosition and
roady f.-r water, none came through the pijvf, j
ing primarily with wat.-r btaincd from a taro-
Iate!i mar Ly.
In marked c!itr::M to the ill-advise-1 diatribe ;
cf the Minister, the letter, ,f the associated :
merchants are di-'iiified and respectful in matter 1
. . . , . .
and manner, and tl.eir regard f.r propriety deters !
A,., t..r:, ;r.tlw..l...;.,r,ofl
sought to be provoked
th. whole, we Must conclude that while '
the occurrence of the corrcbcoudcncc furnislied !
an opportunitv t- create a sentiment of friendli- ;
nets in the community towards the Ministry, it ,
has tinfortunauly been perverted to a different ,
result, and has served to intensify and confirm
the doubt? that were entertained at the tirt a
to th-ir fitnK- for the i-itionf tliev bold.
THE VALUE OF GOLD COLT.
It i-) j ri'jv. .1 t r.ii-c lh- ctirrtu; value vl cr
t.iin cin-, sa-;) c th rs t make the liritieh
s-.verciii a l-.:d tender f;r fvo deliars in?t-a J of
hi real jar .i!u of .4.Si. The prent cur
rency co:.rifts raahily cf American ilvcr half and
quarter dollars arid dime-, Trench ve-franc
r-i'.-cci, (which ar - taken for one hundred cents
ir.5tead of their j-r '.alue of about nincty-K-vcn
cent?) and Sjjtni-h ar. 1 J'eruvian ijuarters and
Enlirh fchillinus all "'f which pass for more
than they are worth.
The rrgijujent adduced for the j,ropoo.l change
is, that we havo n-j mint and import our coin,
;md therrfjre j I.iec it current value a little
higher than it rejl j.ar, or it disapricsirs from
the country, and '.netant reiui-urtation of coin
ljccomtf nece.-.-ury. The e-xatnr le of the UnitoJ
Mate? in I nvtring t!.c intrin-ic value of their eil
ver din N cited. That wa done in order to
ketji rucii coin iu cin-uiatiuii, and to, it is ar
guel, we ought to over-value gol l coin in order
to prevent it-s withdrawal from the country.
It is true that we can easily bring and retain
foreign coins here, if we pay more for them than
they can he eoIJ for in those cauntrics with
which we have commercial dealings. IJut it
seems to um that this would he giving an un
neccesary advantage ti thote abroad who owe or
remit money here, and causing useless lose to
thoee here who owe or remit money abroad, be
sides interposing a serious obstacle to the pro
ductive energies of the country, and lowering
the credit and value of government securities.
We irajort our coin, and the majority of civil
ized countries import their gold and silver, which
they coin at government expense. The English
lovt mm' nt returns in coin of nearly full intrinsic
value the gold bullion presented at the mint.
The object i-J to prevent private coinage, which
would result if any profit were made by it. There
is no apparent reason why coin should be with
drawn from the country because it is imported,
nor do we think that is the cause of its 6carcity.
Every commercial country will have in circula
tion all the money it requires for its exchanges,
unices temporary disturbing causes intervene.
If we owe abroad more than is owing us from
abroad, we must remit the balance in coin or its
equivalent ; if less, the balance is remitted here,
unless those to whom it is due prefer to use it
abroad. If the balance is in our favor, some one
gains the benefit of the exchange, which means
the cost of importation, including freight, insur
ance, ami loss of interest. If we give more for
coin than our foreign debtors get lor it at home,
money due us is not no likely to stand to our
credit abroad, as it is to bo sent to its better
market here. The influx of coins received above
their real par will be slow if the over-valuation
be too slight to make it prolitablc to 6hip coin,
but it will steadily go on, until only debased coin
will be found in the country. Every ship from
the United States will come jreparcd to pay sil
ver coin of the lowered American standard,
which is payable there for small debts only, but
i- taken here for dues of any amount, at its ficti
tious value. French vessels will leave French
five-franc pieces for the same reason, and if we
give for Dritish gold coin three p;r cent, more than
its intrinsic value, we shall have a supply of it.
Gold coin must be sent abroad in payment of the
balance of foreign debts, at its intrinsic value
abroad, and the difference between the nominal
and real values must be paid here. Travelers
may spend a little more ready cash here if they
cm be made to think that they really get more
value in goods paid for in over-valued money.
Those who wish to transfer their money from the
country may gain by an inflation of our cur
rency ; but the country should not lie taxed for
the benefit of cither of these classes.
If producers and importers make any profits,
their returns must be correspondingly lowered
by paying foreign debts in coin of full value, and
receiving for domestic debts the coin at a factitious,
unreal value. This must injure the agricultural
and commercial interests of the country. Gov
ernment revenues, whether taken at the Custom
House or from internal sources, must be lessened
in value in the same ratio in which the coin is
OVCr-ratcd, and the country is thereby made
If sold is the standard of value, Sliver becomes
an article of commerce, and rice rcrsa. In the !
firmer case, if silver is legal tender for limited i
s iins only, it may become necessary to debase the :
coin, or in other words inflate its current value,
in order to keep it in circulation and prevent its
excessive use in the manufacture of useful and
ornamental articles. The gain resulting from the
rapidity with which small coin changes hands and
so becomes a more efficient medium of exchange, l
is greater than the iniircct loss. Lut gold is not
thus efficient in rapidity of circulation, and it is
the standard ot value in ttie principal commercial
countries of the world. Foreign debts must be :
paid in gold, and this country must be the loser if i.
it gives more than the coin is worth.
A country will 6uffer most from euch a measure
which like this imports its cloth, flour, and so
many other necessaries of life, all of which are
paid for in money of full value by products raised
here to be paid for in depreciated money. IJy
raising the nominal par above the real par the
purchasing value of the same amount of money is
In taking the American silver half-dollar as our
monetary ftandard, and making it legal tender
for any amount, we mus-t not expect foreign gold
coin in its place unless the gold curreny receive
a corresponding intlation with the silver. But
which is wiser, to make gold our standard and
limit the amount for which silver shall be legal
tender, or to have a fictitious current value of
gold as well as bilvcr? If only small debts were
payable in eilver, and gold coin were placed at its
real par value, the tjuantity of gold coin required
fur business purjioses would be kept here, for -
there would be -no object in exporting it. I
e are no richer fur increasing our counters or
representatives of value. It is safer to regulate j
foreign coins in accordance with the adjustment j
of trade, than by arbitrary regulations invoked
f. r ppecial emergencies. ?uch regulations would
not be thought of if people were not buying
from abroad, or transmitting abroad, more than
they can pay for, or arc importing.
llut perhaps the ruot serious consideration of
all, is the effect on present or future government
securities, if their value is subjected to any law ;
not in force when they are issued, or if cau.e be
given to fear that at any time they may be made
payable in depreciated currency. A etep like 1
this cannot be retraced without loss to many, and ,
dent men wary of investing upon uncertain
A subject like this will find diversity of viewas
it i. considered in its various bearings; but the
importer, producer, retailer and broker are all '
,-, 1 . 1 . . rp , -
!hk-- concerned in the general prosperity. Ihere
is n;) ruble er S 0 calling for a depreciation of)
CUrretlCV. I HiSe Willi now g:lin Hie ieaj-t ironl
commercial exchange are the producers, ttie very
iaon who wiU uGcT m,,st itom thc proposal
If tlii ctiLintont .f pt.m-c cii.ttiLI rft r .Til ni. 'rii 1
t tL ti;rectlv concerned in the condition , Z
11 Liiio ruuv UHwiu yj 1 i. a ouwuiu v-vu4uv uv
of our currency, and if thc measure proposed by
the Chamber of Commerce ehall be adopted, we
t-nall no ginl il tiie ren!t prove u; to nave ien
From the Navigator Islands.
The schooner iy, ('apt. Young, arriyeJ ca
WelnesJaT last, days from Ujx.'u. CVL Wein
berger, the 1". ?. foramisstc-ccr, was c rlially re
ceived by the chicfi anJ people of the Islands, who
welcomed him as th representative cf tie American !
Government whose permanent protcctkn they are j
anxious to sec a re. The amy satis for Fin Frar.- I
cisco cn Monday next, taking a null.
The following is ta extract of a letter to tie ller.
J. F. Pogue of this city from the ev. ?. J. Whitraec,
Missionary cf the london Mission Society at Samoa,
dated Oct 4 th, 137:
Colonel Steinberse, the V. S. Cinmiioner. kiri!y under
takes to convey letter for me to Honolulu, ar! svm ErancuM-o,
and by him I saail sen! this.
1 hare seen a oocdeal of h.oi durinj his stay at Srm-a.
and feeJ rather pk-ac at the sit-w he lakes of matters aflect
inf these Islands. Hi v isit has done much ?ood to the natives.
The request for a I'nird States Protectorate has been unani
mously renewed, and in the hope of getting it a Provisiooil
Government has been (rmed by the natives, and laws rtat
luhed. We look with ery great interest on this movement.
It meets with our heart' assent. We jfij welcome a I n.tcd
Stab-a Protectorate oveithe Island as, under the Iivine blev-
inff , the means of the ccervatkn of the tfamoan people, and j
ot tneir lature progres. Ane isianos nave never been in mi
hopeful a condition, soially and politically. May God crar.t
that the outward preTrity may be the forerunner of real
spiritual prosperity. We are hard at work repairin the
breaches made during fce war. but our number is loo smail f r
what we have to do. Should the Protectorate U established,
as we believe it will be. we may hr-)? for in-re frequent com
munication between t!u Sandwich Islands and Samoa."
Ormxation at M. AMr.nw"s.--Un Sunday lat. i
November 2d. the srdinatiou of Mr. W.liaia (.'alder
to the Holy Offic of Deacon, look place ia St.
Andrew's Tempoiary Cathfdral. The service he-
nr, ,e 11 t f ,ft.r tnnrnmo- nr:iv..r h-..i h....n s ii.l
ill the Hawaiian liuguage. The Di-hop, preceded
by the Ilev
A. Mackintosh carrving the Tastoral
Staff, proceeded U the pulpit, during a voluntary
from the orgaD, played ly tin- organist Mr. (J
Trembell. The K-hou then preached a sermon
declaring the duty and office of such as com to
be admitted deactns ; how nect-f.ary that order is t
in the Church of Christ, and also how the people
ought to esteem tlem in tht-ir ofiic A hymn (No.
214) "Ancient aid Modern," was then sung, dur
ing which the lishop approached the altar, his I
l i 1 uriu 1.1 I ITL UI IUIC UlUli 1 UC ill ! ! JUIbn
mtosh then prescited Mr. taldcr unto the li.-hop
for ordination, according to thf " Form and Man-
ner of Making of Deacons ' m the Hook of Com-
mon Prayer. Alter commending him to the pray-
ers of the congngation. the Litany was paid by
the Bishoi). Thenthe anthem. Come Holy ("host."
was sung by the choir, and the service ot Holy j
Communion follcwed. The Epistle was then read ; j
after which tie Lishop taking hi.s seat in front of
the altar, askal and received the answers to the
solemn questi.ns required to be answered by all
who seek admssion to the Ministjy iu the Anglican
Church. The IlLshop then laid his hands on the
kneeling canildate saying, " Take thou authority
to execute tin office of a Deacon in the Church of
God, committed unto thee; in the name of the
Father, and cf the Son and of the Holy (.host, r
.meu. iiifi lu um. , Mn
ment He saia, late mou auuioruy ui ri-uu iuc
Gospel in th Church ol God. and to preach the
same, if thou be licensed thereto by the Iiishop
himself." liiing front his knees the liev. Wm
Calder put 011a stole, and entering the sanctuary
read the Gosjel. The Communion office was then
proceeded wih in the usual order, a special prayer
for the newly Drdained Deacon, being added imme
diately before the Benediction.
NKITIIKRTHE CAPTAIX NOR TUB AGKXT
of the Barrue "FARAWAY,-' will be responsible for
any debts contnwted on account of the laid vessel, wnnoui
heir written orde.
GASTLE a 6Q0KE
D. C. Murray and J. W. Seaver
FIXE WEST OF ENGLAND BLACK :iul
Fin; Black Doeskins. Grey Buckskin,
All Wool Tweeds, just the style for winter.
1 Fine White Marseilles.
I Fancy patterns, suitable for Ladies or Children's Pi -esses, an.l
I Uent'a White Vesta.
: Plain and Striped Brown Linen Drilling, just the thing for
Boy's and Men's workinp ciotnes.
Gent's 8ilk, Merino, All Wool and Cotton Undershirt.
Ladies' and Gent's Linen Cuffs, Gent's Collars,
A few dozen of Fine Black Silk Neck Ties, 6-8 and 3-4.
A superior assortment of Gent's and ladies' Bli-sched
and Unbleached Cotton Hose.
SUPERIOR ALL LINEN
5-8 and 3-4 all Linen Napkins from $3.00 to $7.00 yet dozen.
Cotton, Linen, Huckabuck and Damask Towels,
( Jnen aild CollO!. Sheeting!
cl T2 so ana 100 !nches.
Linen and Cotton for Pillow Slipe,
10-4, 11-4, and 14-4 White Marseilles Quilts,
Wliitc Tflcrino ISlmiltcts
-.2 by 84.
Scarlet, Blue, Green and White Blankets,
.lava Canvas, a fine assortment of Pearl Buttons.
AX ASSORTMENT OF
SHELF HARDWARE !
Door, Chest, Pad, Box, Cupboard and Till Locks,
Superior Padlocks, wrought iron, with Spring and Steel
Spring Chest Locks, 2 Keys each and no duplicates,
Spear & Jackson's Fine Saws, 12 to 23 inch, c c and rip.
Spear Jackson's Files, all sizes and kinds 3 to 13 inch.
Harness, Bridle and Roller Buckles, Plated and Jap'd.
Saddle Rings, tinned and japanned, 2 1-2, 3 and 3 1-2 in.
Fish Hooks, No. 10 to 80 and larger.
Union and Wool Girths, Shoe Thread. Handled Axes,
Copper Tacks, 1-2 to 1 1-2 inch, Lightning Wood Pa-;.
Cooper's Tools. Sand Farwr, Scrub Brushes. Iron Ta.-Us.
ALSO, ON HAND :
American and English White Lead and Zinc PainU,
American and English Pale Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine
Lamp Black, Yellow Ochre, French Yellow, Venilian K-d.
Raw and Burnt Umber, Red Pry Vermillion, Ac.
Q A Assortment Of PaintS in Oil
r.KNTINE DOWNER"? AND DEVOEV
TiT o i o s; o n o O l
Copal. Damar, Carriage and liright Varnirh.
Hawaiian, California, Chemical, New York, Era-iv. Rf-sHTr
Olive, Pure Ca?t;le and Fancy
S O S JS !
paris 2Q and 2 Steel XI and XO
Shovels Spade. oo, Scythe, Rakes, Hoes. c &e., Mc, &c.
oRDFUv FILLKI) AT l.UWKST MARKET
milE FOLLUWlMi 4RTICL.KS HAVIXf;
suitably rewarde-l. Four Clin-pt Riftm. two
Sword Bayonrln nud one- swortl Baronri
srabbanl If any per?on is known to have .my of ti!-
at articles, or any omer proper, y i5io?..j ar
nrtmr,, in thpir nodea:4ii. and d.3es not return the Fime
within thirty days from this late. they will fce pp3"Cut'.!.
J0. O. IH?lllr, iiovernor ot irnjiu.
i'ffice of Governor of Oaliu. Honolulu, O. :i, 1
iv" r v
IN KONA. HAWAII. TWO MILKS
from Kealakekua Kay,
Dwelling House, Suitable for a Family,
wh oar.len and Horse Paddock.
H. N. OREENWELL Kealakekua.
rt.. CAPTAIN T. ?MITH. Ilnnoluhi
-ru'.. ;'....c lr-' r JJ i Viri'.V.
J . NOTT & CO.,
'IMN. ftU'PKK.ZIM' IXUMIKKT IKON
Arc piar?.l : .; v r. I al' v -..: ' - : I'r-T ! r.e .
of nil elcr r ipMoit ui title to Order.
WATER PIPES, GALVANIZED AND LEAD, )
Iwi. rn r rvfAir-!.
Cl'TTKRS A.M M'OfT.s, 1
Work on Kii: l:r-r if -r,e -n s:.ert X:ii-
. :. T,n
A FULL ASSORTMENT of MATERIALS
in the av.e !,r.-, whi:h IV ot yj'K T 1 iV t'5T PRICF
t -'er s-i.'h a f.re a Ttn-.en
Ship's Cabin Stoves,
kC &C, &C.
RI'.PAlUI.Ni: I'IKIMI'TLV ATTKNOKI To
SMALb FVOKj THANKIXLLY KKCKIVlil AT
NO. ; KA A II L" M A X I ST K E ET.
i.'-if ADGIR.t, ENGLISH AM) CAI.IFOR i
1 -v PoKTi. California Ilix-L,
Knioe W ines of different brands.
For Sale by CHA5. LOXU.
ii'l'i'Kin; t a'-vx- f v-T--: sn a xi l a r; v I.V
" - - - m.m.m ... - .... .... ... - . . - - - . - ..........
Norwegian, Key Urand, Sc., Ac.
noS For Sale by
Rum, iii casks or barrels.
X 1IOXIJ OR DUTY IAII.
noS For Sale by
i . . . . w ..... . , .
j noS Fl,r j.-ale by chas. i.oxu.
i WIRE ROPE
j lv slLI"' ,J
f 1IIILI BKAXS AXI) CAIA. BKAXS.
white and red, warranted superior to any in the market,
' i?,Z chas. long.
; Boat Sprit and Spade Poles !
f7OR SALE IJV
' 1 noS CHAS. LONG.
a usiXTIIE. CORDIALS. IJ ITT Kits OP
i 2. Different Uramls. In Uond or Duty 1'ai.l.
For Sale bv
IX ROM) OR DUTY IAII,
noS For Sale by
fX C R K K X CASES, 12 BOTTLKS KAt II.
L In Ked Cases, 15 bottles each,
in Baskets, 12 Jugs each.
In IS oud or Duty I'ni.l.
noS For Sale by CUAS. LONO.
CIIATKAU LA ROSK, CIIATKAC
titte, St. Julien.
.Medoc, Coutry &c, &c.
For Sale by CHAS. LONG.
SUPERIOR CHAMPAGNES !
Ilt lXART 1'EKB ET FILS.BOCZY ORANH
For Sale by
RED, AV II ITE, M USC AT, FROXTIG X A X.
&c, &c. For Sale by
noS CHAS. LONG.
SUPERIOR WHISKEYS !
OF. T. IX HALF BARRELS, OCCIDENTAL
in i,r. w.is.. Hermitage in hf. bbu.,
Cabinet, in hf. bbls..
Kentucky Favorite, in cs.
Virginia Kye, in cs.
Hermitage, in cs.
Old Rourhnn, in cs. O. F. C. in cs., of 1 doz. demijohns.
In Bontl, or Duly I'nid.
ro l or Sale by CHAS. LONG.
A FESTIVALAND FAIR !
ILL TAKE PLACE DECEMBER 4lh,
for the- Benefit of
Ultima Thule Lodge, No. I,
Independent Order Of Good Templars !
33" Contributions will be thankfully received y the Com
mittef. who will al"o furnish further information
MRS. C. W. GELETT,
MRS. J. M. OAT,
MRS. 1). M. PETERSON.
MRS. D. SMITH,
MISS II . PEIRCE,
MR. C. W. GELETT,
REV. J. P. GREEN.
0000 COCOANCTS FROM SOCI-
ETY Islands suitable for planting.
olS For Sale by A. W. PEIRCE ff CO.
MR. THOS. "57 HARRISON,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM
his friends and the public generally, that he has
Leased the Fine Rooms over Mr. nalton's Harness
STORE, and Mr. Rose's Carriage Factory, King St.
The best adapted for fine Paintinjr, of any in Honolulu, and is
fully prepared to
EXECUTE AT SHORT NOTICE. AND I
WITH DISPATCH, AS PERFECT
Coach, Ornamental, Artistic, Scenic,
Caricature and Sign Painting !
AS CAN BE DONE ANY WHERE IN THE WORLD.
Much credit, both public and private, has been given to Mr.
Harrison for the last year ami a half of doing the finest work
ever seen in this country.
AVI II Vs it, rspcclallty !
And will be done in a very superior way and at very low rates j
XOTICE Carriage repulriu-r of all kind-; done on !
the premises. nl St
THE UNDERSIGNED BEG TO
1 3 1 g V,T notify their friends and the public generally,
1 tha' tnoy naYe lormt-d a Co-partnership
ir-st and opened a Shop on the E.-ipIanade, oppo
site Hopper's Barrel Factory, for the f.irpoe of carrying r.n
l he business of
House Building and Carpentering I
In all its branches. Orders from the other Islands for Esti
mates or work, promptly attended to. ocr Ion? experience a.s
Mechanics in this community will, we trust, prove a sufficient
guarantee that all work entrusted to us will be executed in n
workmanlike and satisfactory n::inner.
JOHN L. KING.
Honolulu, Sept. SO, ISTo. o4 3m
Choicest MimIs from tho Finrst Herd?
Fish, Poultry, Vegetables, &c.,
Furni'Iwtl lo Onlf-r.
7XTI A S. Turnday nml Thin iln Vrn I.
Sum !: y Li in It.
'l"n'.e oiherwi?- orit-T-u.)
The Proprietur havinc er-i-t'.'d ;i neat and eoinino.lii.us
Vegetable, Fruit & Poultry Market,
Connected with t'.ie Family Meat Market, will he prej.are.1 to
promptly and satisfactorily fill ord-rs for everythinn rerjui.siK
to furnish the tal.le with all the Suh'tantirds rin-1 Pehoacies ihe
Shipping supplied on Short Notice.
M.-at-- Ac d.-lirereil tiHll pfirt: T ihe citv without c.trs
, l,,r"e ' o.nl r.ux i: H EOVI
, ... i m unrs spiy to
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES!
i ii i: i Mi:usuiKi iik;s to
inf rat l!e public til t,r h takru ILt mnT
tneiit 4 Uie S4ct au.l ."Ui!r i aN.rc. where be
will h -il tutsiu'lf ia readim-M to prxTUr rgmwn
LADIES" and GENTLEMEN'S
r , . , .
Horses Kept for Ladies Use Only.
SINGLE AND DOUBLE CARRIAGES. !
IPoux ixx ZZnuci.
Tolite and TrntT PnTers will aocompary the Team ii required
"CT th-dem left at the OScf or at the Billiard Room ol the
Hawaiian lloiel with the on.!er!iroed sri'.l bo prnffiltflr at-IfTkie-l
t-v (or25 On:) ' JAS. lOiD. XUnarer.
perki.s v iaoi sirs
Metallic Kerosene or Coal Oil j
SAFETY LAMPS !
c aics :
MIlS IS TIIK OX l.Y AKSULITKLV S. r'K
I. MP AXI FILLING KKK M AUK.
Tfi,.nmvl of t imUir.t Htif Hs'ni-j Ai.t iAtmp testify
Snjterhwitt vvrr nil i'thrr r.mnjw
in i'st, Ixcint.sf :
1. It is perfectly nl fn -lskiu. cwinu
I lt its scientiflc structure.
2. It ssill net bre-ak. Iing tnaje of metal.
J. It is rendered prrfrrlly rlrnn l-y i alent diip
1. It use 0urlsiirtl 1cm i i proportion to the
light Riven, vrithat etlor.
.". It Rives a mut-h insre brillianl lijjlil. an.l nmre
steady than ga. at one-fiRh the sxpenye.
BEST WINDOW SHADE IN THE WORLD !
III IS SUA OK HAS TAKKX TIIK FIRST
I M. t'lUAK at trie last rair 01 me .Mernanica- insuuuo 111
1 San Francisco. Alo. at tho State Induitrial Fair at Sacra-
mento, for 1371.
Manafxrtnrrd from all kinds of Wood soitaUlf for
Its fixtures work to perfecUon, and never get out of order.
We paint In every color desired-, it is also, a perfect imitation
of inside Minds.
W. G. NF.F.DHAM & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Orders may I lelt with A. S. CLKGHORN CO.,
NEW GOODS from CHINA
VIA SAX FRANCISCO.
PER BARK J. W. SEAVER !
FOR LADIES I
Sirh us- Xrrllaft.t and JJracelets, Etirrinys ami
Made nf Crystal. Cornelian, Tortoise rUicll, Gold and Pilrer
and Bird Kye Style.
SILK FOR DRESSES
Pongee, Pina, Striped, Checked nd assorted colors,
Pure White Grass Cloth,
Fancy Slippers for ladies & gentlemen.
Colored Embroidered Silk Scarfs,
Ladies' Lacquered Work Boxes,
i , . ,Tr , , T n -x n 1
! Sandal Wood and Ivory Card Cases !
.Taper cutters, .Boxes,
All Kinds of Fans,
Pearl. Cornelian and Ivory Buttons
nnd other furiosities too numerous to 'inevtion.
White China Matting,
China and Japan Teas,
FOR SALE II V
13 Nuuanu St., near King.
WATER! WATER !!
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THE
GREAT SCARCITY OF WATER !
HOURS FOR IRRIGATING
From the GOVERNMENT PIPES will, until further notice, lie
restricted to TWO HOURS EACH DAT, Tiz.,
from 1 to 8 A. M. and from 0 to G I M.
This Regulation must bo Strict
3f S)rholino of Streets is Strictly l'rohihiteil.
Superintendent Water Works.
Bread for Chicken Feed !
For Sale by the Cask at
Q Cents per XTd.
sc27 C. BREWER A. CO.
A SMALL LOT OF
St WESTPHALIA HAMS !
rs pri m o i l1 1 i e l.o .
just received ex r. c. wyliej
Anil For Sale in quantities to uit, by
-27 tf H. HACKFELU t, Ct
DELLINGER'S PILOT BREAD
Just Received per Jane A. Falkinburg !
For Sale by
II. HACKFKLU & CO.
VISIT IIHMYS ART GALLERY !
6 I Fort Street, for
Ji "5 "r and Curiosities !
Columbia River Red Salmon
Of the Packing of 1873.
l ull SAI.K BY
II. II ACIi I'KI.U fvi'
n. i. NULTC,
jHOTICE TO CAPTAINS
Toi cnnx; it tiik
i ft I It. 1'M:kni;M! WII.I I'lVK
I. I IK5T KATK I'klCK ttie fu)w.ii
LIVE ANIMALS LANDED HERE,
A Lion & Lioness or Cubs,
A Spotted Leopard,
A Variety of Deer,
Anythin- Uivc, Karr or ..Ur.ir.hi '
JOItX THOMAS WATKHIIOtM-..
olH ?jn Juan Im;irhl.- i ilia, Nuusmi Vill'-v
ESTABLISHED, IS&I !
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL
Queen Street Wharf Store,
VARIETY OF GOODS!
For tho Island Trade.
Islands of tho Pacific, or
Northwestern Trade !
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
HATS, CAPS !
Shirts of Every Kind and Quality.
Silks, Prints, Ib-nimx, J!lu Cotton.
Orange Collon, HoirocUV Long I'li.lU.
SADDLES AND SADDLERY !
1)U and purs of evory kind, Mexican Srtddh'
and Saddle Trees, with an ulniofl eiulloxH variHj
of (!oods. including Chalk, Whiting. Lump lilm-k.
Plaster of Paris, ami -wtlnipx hoiitcildii llic
reader of this" paper would not notice Imtof vei y
great service when wnntcd.
Guns, Pistols, Powder, Shot, Caps,
CUTLERY, EVERY KIND!
Ai d very suitable for Trading purjioHex. Fishing
Twine, Ac, Ac.
WHALEMEN'S INFITS AND OUTFITS!
IVirr Hope, Jfu,hmki 1'aiuts, Jlnlilnol. 's Hoiliit
GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS!
liAKRKEa AND HALF UAKKKIK KIM: tt Kit
1873 Columbia River Salmon.
Whole Invoice of Manila Itopo !
EX BEN VOFULICH. JUST LAMH'I
DOWNKR'S KFIIIISKNK OIL.
AKI M K IIKS :
All the Card Matches to Arrive
The newest and lest Portland Cement in the Market, gurir
anteed not only penuitiK Cement, l.ut t'''"uine I'orllaml IV
ment, the s.iuie quality an ufed ly the Ilritir-h tloverumeni ;
and will, when used, remain firm ai a rock ; while some nther
kinds will, when most wanted, lie found full of Cxure, nii.l
the tanks empty, at a mwt inconvenient lime.
THKRK I.S ALSO THK I.ATKrT INVKNIKI
YANKEE RAT-TItA V !
KRTAIIi I'RII'KS i.OO KA'II.
'1'liiH trap Ix-ati all the puffx, and one of mine ( .-mi'lil un ,l
fotirdeggeI rat the other traps coulil not ralch. It w nl :i
I-ailios' Heminary ; and Uiere vm preat joy over the ,-vi nl .
The rat was umler HO yearn of age.
My sons J. T. WATERHOUSE, jr., and
j Attend to (he LuHinem, anil will serve all cuolonier-
j OX THK VKKV 1IKST inid
1 MOST LlliKK.ti. l i:KM.
Country Orders Especially Invited.
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE.
ON SALE AT RIO. lO
A Great Variety of Goods !
OF KVKKV lMCRII'TinN'.
A Very Choice Selection now Due
VIA .SAN FKANCJSCO. IXCU'IMM
tile f.Aiii:s si:ki:t
-r- J. T. WATCrrHOUSE. .
FOR SAI.H P.Y