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ALUXSDra WioHf In K. hxln, Hawaii, June 4th, al !!
rrai.l70ce nf the bri.lr's fxtlirr, by Be. V. V. AU-ainlT. Mr.
5lvav M AL.I4IDC1, i.f Maul, t JliM El.zx. tl.tuMrr
uf Dr. J. Wight, tit KohaU. Jy N caiila.
V bight VVi;tcBt'Q In thin cily. June IClii. lv Krv.
II. UoIp. Mr. J. N. VVaiunr, of K ,Ui, Kauai, I Mum Asia
Wricxtao, of llcnfilulu.
IIocstox Baira-wnoiv In tlii Hy, at Hf. AihIcw'
Trmporary t'athrilral, June I5ih, by Ke. Mr. Duihk-, I.i ut.
Ebw.i fxwi l llnritoi l MiM Ct.oiiit' I'mia Kximki
olt, dauhlrr of A. P. lirirkJ, 1U., Poatmaxu-r U-uiral.
""The Pr.T wre tli rcl.irni nf a tounf Tul' slire ft Ihc
"7'. a. rml brartily j.o tbtir witbea fvr the iifi- rity
harP'o r oewly ni.irrtfd -air
.Vivm-Al Vamht4e. Koolaupcka, Jade 17th, Mii M ill
An M09, agil ahoal Itf years.
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LEGISLATI VITVO TTIK G S .
y Daring the fast tea tt.JB tho AsternMy baa
worked" rrettj iodustriouf-Iy, iittirjg on an aver-
Lxg. about four hours a day, besides diri a gxxl
jde;kl of Committee work between tejeiuo. V bile
,.,'-TLvmlIy' cto; out in the debates not a
fc.i1Xi7j7f tbewjmf ractieable ppirit, jet tlic tone of
aJ.Sers is far Letter and more Lusineslike
than at the commencement of the session. '-. A
proof of a m yiieum of good et tma was tlie inflt E
nito piMtp.)nemcnt of the bill t incrcx- tfifir own
number, aud a ftili further i roof would be a
propoeition to reduce the hj of the Ileprefient
atite to $150 per Beaeion the buih would bo
Quite a number of bills which were brought
forward eeveral weeks ngj, etill han fire ; among
them T tho Lours of labor bill, and tint for
li.T?n-ing the distillation of er irita on plantations.
Un the latter, the Minister of the Interior ns
i Chairman of a Special Committee reported favor
ably, last week. A ffirited deviate may be cx
p'Cteil when it comes up for dh-cussion.
j The Attorney General, as we anticipated on
bis taking ofJkv, Las prorcJ himself most em
phatically a worker, and a useful member of the
Iloure, both as a debater and a Committee-man.
Among the many important bills introduced by
him, we may mention one to authorize tho
. Iinister of the Interior to take possession of
. iod for the use of the Honolulu "Water Works
lip to tho Konahuanui ride, (or the Pali) bcin
I'wi amending t of tlie Act ot I860; a bill to
"authoriie wdiTr PS attachments in m$ne
process a statute much needed here ; a bill for
the confirmation of sales of real eetatc ; the Ocean
' Telegraph Encouragement bill, (which is printed
in full elsewhere in to-day 'a paper) ; a bill to
authorize the addition of 2 per cent, on invoices
where the coets and charges are omitted ; a bill
to quiet titles to land by inheritance ; and a bill
providing for an electric telegraph between tho
Post Office and Coco Head ; Lesides a number of
others either brought forward or of which notice
"has been given.
- The spirit of economy with which eome of the
Honorable members are inspired, is neither coii
jstant nor coneistant witness the determined
?effrt made to piwa permanent eett'enients. As
it it, they have voted to saddle the Treasury with
tbe annual payment of two penioins one of
$1,200 and one of $1,000. And there eccms a
tawttled purpose on the part of the majority to
5 reduce the salary of every working ofiieor under
:he Government. Without dwelling particularly
m the reduction of the salaries of the Ministers,
for whom it is the opinion of good judges that
x.-x,. I ?''r ' r': I'"7i:i !:71 ai:17-: 'r" 5 C't ! serratic ex-echn, over u,nth,, Le ?.
" " " " " ....... - ' ! voar-, ur.-i the at' n-e c .t ir ca- is a fractian lev te KiU.t:f::e.i a? ..uickiy as r;-hk (a:.J f r ca tr:e ccca.-i.:i crs::.-t fiecuoa xo toe LLiieu
wl,M i " . , ... ... , , nn, rf-::i j the defcnLir.tioa alio tf Iititule), e.ch tircy wi:i r-;a'.c- ..nate: Tk; a gentleman cf taler.ts
,-h,i.eirrr:,.f,.Jn,,. I " , " T , f?y take ct large. luth itriment. cr vertical and ctaract, r. he n't the nan bruited to
li-.-ar Mii mw:. t.ma. f.-om . i-.k-. W fcr'' tried in that Court during ts.e uat , circle, with wLich aziiautUs or zenith distances ef ' r.-present MassacLtitr-:i the Senate of tte l cited
u the Km:u. I ii-rr m.ii. !: . 1.;. n:.iul i . rivJ, ii.auv of them bins of a very ' tie inon may te oUerred in anr pirt tf the Lea- ; S'.aus. We ai no we of any acta of Li- which
u ?chr Ka m . .la..r. ir -fu K..ii.i. suu.. ', . . , . . , xr Tens. TT.ese ce instmaenta. as well as the Traa-' ' require paymen , a price so greaU He is a
:i?ii"V:',;i"k,-!t M"-- ' dertnt character from tbo-e which come before iRltTOEkCt,. hftTP tn if:Jf MT,Pw!;af,t h ' known scholar than a statesman. He has
if-i-ui .'ia;iuoaai, rv.tau.i'i. i l.i am ... .... sai. a i. . . . , .
y 5,000 is none too much, an onslaught appears
be made on the j3y of subordinate ofSeer-,
' meh aa tLe rTSeuiisrei General, Clerks of Depnrt-wijMj.-u
aDj p0iiec Magistrates. Members appear
or . y,
lot to have learned that in order to obtain jxk!
ervice a fair compensation muet be civen. The
' oIice JIagistrateu of Hilo and Lahaina have
oth been reduced to the standing of country
)itrict Justices, aid the poy of the Magistrate
i I Honolulu bus been "reduced o00 a year.
c 'here are several reasons why the salary attached
exl this last named poet should not Le reduced.
patn truth, the Police Court of this city transacts
f mach hirger amount of law business than any
I ther in the Kingdom, at a much less cost. Thus
ang appears by the last Biennial Keport of the
iog bief Justice, that the Supreme Court disp,-d
Cf 321 casca in all, in Court and Chambers, dur
'"ig that period. The Circuit Courts of all the
ingdom, br the eama Keport, dispofcd of 731
tiu in all. in the innie rer'tod. The amoant of
jpropriation for JaJgea and Clerks of these j
Court- wa- .'V;y. '-inir at tic rate of upward- '
of tw Ivc 'I, liars i-.t ca--. All the District
i, . , , . . :. :
'- l.u,wi " ...
! the ai:.i- - ri J. 'I he a j r riati on i -r rcltrie
i of ti.- .Ii!-:ie- wa- . 1 ,'), Leing at thf rate of
' fur.l Ilir- itw. 'I he IMi-'C Court of II - :
, 1 .
; r- ' ",1 oi i,., -A) ! in tr.c list Menniai
! I.-W i: 1-71 ai.l 72 : it- toiJ cot
-al.irjr ..f the .(u !, 4.'0o for the two j
the lJl-:r;c: Justice-. In a commercial p.nau
i.lty such a this of Honolulu, quite intricate
ca-9 oo:ai jr.aiJy c ir.e U-f -re the Police Court,
with f.reiri (Vjno!- fometirn apj'aring on
either eiJe, whi:h ad Is to the duties and respona
i!IIitits of thi- Magistrate.
A fitrei.uou- attempt wa made by one of the
i.u'.-mm f r Honolulu, t' pa-! p.n amendment to
Arti.-le 0" A th- Constitution, the object of :
w!.i Ii w-i- to p !.ice the coruj-nsatiou of Judges ;
of ti- oj rciue C'lurt al the uifjKKal of the Leg-i-Iiture.
TI.i- tuitiJ.il 11 jw at the independence
' f the Judiei try, wa- only defeated after long and
t..ruiy debutes, and by the small majority of four!
Tho iuto.l-er fr Kwa i.;is introduced a bill to
j-r-jidf f r the d-stru'tiu of the fr'-ecies of
'p'r:ed birlr. known as Java (-p4irnw, which
f.av: inultiph-d m mch vart inimrs during the
tu.-t ten yar-. ar.l which Commit euch ravages
oti th-growing rice CTot.
THE TRANSIT OF VENUS.
The general reader is probably well aware that
tmn-ut of the i Janet Venus across the tun's
i-e, will ..n-ur early ,n December of the present
year, ar.d that the I r.ite'J Ma ten and the chiet
governments .,f Kurote intend to improve the
ii i i i i-. ,
. Mom afforded or rtumty by making a grand
C'jmi.iiiol attacK ujn the proMem ot the sun s
di-tam.c or. to siak mere technically, its
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ply an astronomer cvpressii.n for the greatest
angle which would b? subtended by the earth's
equatorial radius t-j an observer at the distance
of the sun's centre, whatever that distance may
be takon to be. Taking into account all prob
able errors of longitude, local time, p,hotogrnphic
atid contact observations, it is assumed, as a
result of the ctly expeditions that will be sent
out fr this p urpose, that the existing uncertainty
on this point will be reduced to one-third of its
prt-H nt amount, or to 0.1 sec. ; but it is far from
unlikely that the probable residual error will bo
no more than one-half of the latter quantity
that is to say, our distance from the sun will
probably Jmvo been ascertained within 50,000
miles, or about l-18U0th part or its whole
amount. Of the higher scientific advantages of
mich a result, it is hardly necessary to epeak.
But, for the information of those who would in
quire as to its direct p-ractical uses, it may be as
well to explain that an accurate knowledge of
the sun's distance is essential for the perfecting
of the lunar and planetary tables, and therefore
of the science of navigation, as well as for many
other matters of practical importance, tuch as
finding the true longitudes of places on the
earth's surface, which dejicnd on the accuracy of
the Lunar Theory.
Horrox, of J'nglaud, in 1G33. was the first who
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I'ltuiuc, oi iuun-1 e.nLUi.nc-u liic transit uim
Venus, in 101'.', from which he deduced many
useful observations. Captain Cook made his
first voyage in the Endeavor, to Tahiti, to ob
serve u transit of Venus in 17G9. This expedi
tion was undertaken in consequence of a memo
rial p resented to King G'eorge III. by the Royal
Society, setting forth the advantages which would
x- - - - w wv sa.ftvu
of the tlien npproachfng tniusH wc.o ako iw,
the South Sea. Cook reached Tahiti in 17C9.
Iy a comparison of the observations made on this
transit (dune ?A, 17C0) from the various parts of
the globe, on which it was viewed by men of
science, tho distauce of the suu from the earth,
as calculated by this and later transits, is com
Iited at 01,200,000 miles, instead of the com
monly received computation of 95,000,000.
A late number of the I.ondon Mail (April 6th)
has a very lengthy and highly interesting article,
descriptive of the energetic and complete arrange
ment! which England and other countries arc
now making for the observation, during the pres
ent year, of one of the most rare and scientific
ally valuable of eclcbtial phenomena. fe make
room for several paragraphs, regretting that we
cannot reprint the articl i entire.
Guided by conditions such as we have indicated,
the Astronomer Royal has chosen five principal and
three subsidiary stations for our share in the enter
prise. Honolulu will be the chief station for observ
ing the accelerated ingress, and it will be strength
ened by secondary stations at two other points, prob
ably Hawaii and Atooi, in the Sandwich Islands.
The retarded ingress will Le observed at Rodriguez
Island near the Mauritius, and at Christmas harbor
in Kerguclen Land (sometimes called the Island
cf Desolation "), in the Southern Ocean; with a
station auxiliary to the latter at some second point
en the same island. Lastly, Christchurch (New
Zealand) and Alexandria will pair together for the
accelerated and retarded egress, supported by inde
pendent observations which will be made in Austra
lia and Northern India. As Delislcan stations, all of
the above are excellent. For Ilailey's method, Ker
guclen and its satellite, though not of first-class
value, are good, probably the best practicable, south
ern stations; Christchurch and Rodriguez are of in
ferior alue ia this respect; and the rest are ex
cluded, the whole Transit not being visible from
them. Parties, each consisting wf a chief astrono
mer in charge, at least one solar photographer, and
from one to three or four assistant astronomers, will
be sent to the five principal stations. There will also
Le attached to each party two or three sapper photo
graphers from the Royal Engineers, a number of
whom have been under instruction at Chatham by
Captain Abney, R.E., in the use of the photohelio
grap h and the manipulation of sun-pictures. Sir
t-ieorgc Airy's arrangements for the personal staff
are not yet complete,' but, so far as is decided at
present, Captain Tupman, R.M.A., a well-known
member of the Astronomical Society, will conduct
the Honolulu party, and will Le accompanied by
Professor tJeorgc r'orbes, cf the AnJersonian Uni
versity, Glasgow, and others. Lieutenant Neate,
R.N., is nominated as chief fur Rodriguez; and the
Rev. S. J. Perry fills the corresponding ofJice for
Kerguclen. The stations subsidiary to Honolulu and
Kerguclen will be served by detachments from the
main parties. Major Palmer, R.L., will have charge
at Christchurch, and Captain Ord Rrowne (late
R.A.) at Alexandria; Lieutenant Parwin, K.L, and
Captain Abney, R.R., respectively undertaking the
photographic work at these two places. At the out
set of the enterprise, several full-pay officers of Ar
tillery and Engineers, nearly sufficient ia number
for the entire staff", and all cf them more or less
qualified Ly previous knowledge, volunteered to take
part in it, and we believe that Sir George Airy was
anxious to avail himself of the services of a class of
observers whom experience had shown to be well
fitted for work cf the kind. Rut at this point the
Admiralty cr the War Office, cr both together, failed
hiui. With the three exceptions we have named,
the services cf these officers were refused, on the
score of expense, and as an alternative a call was
made f. r volunteers from officers of the Royal Navy.
fortunately, men cf energy and ability re-ponded
to this appeal, and have since applied themselves to
the work with a zeal and industry which eive the
best possible promise of success.
Resides such smaller items cf equipment as de
tacLc 1 telescopes, portable transit instruments, tele
graphic apparatus, compasses, chronometers, baro
meters, .vc, faur chief instruments, each with its
rortable observatory, solid stone platform, astrono
mical clock, and other necessary gear, will be sent j
to all the principal stations. First iu order come the j
Transit instruments, cf forty inches focal length and
three inches aperture, mounted on massive stone j
piers. These will be used f..r finding time by the !
transits cf stars, and longitude by transits of the !
inoen. We have seen that it is aa essential condition j
cf Delisle's method that the relative time at any !
pair of stations shall be exactly known. Aetrono- I
mer' a'lwpt Greenwich time us the aleoltite aUn larJ
of comparison f.r t.'s parp'-e. r.at, n- firver.w-,-h
time catnvt be cirne-1 accunif'v ail ver th-r v. : i,
it ii if-?rre-i at !tir.t r'ice
combine! with the 'jprc5cj !.-r.jr':tu Ir. A!exri ir'.i
is tLe cn'j cne cf cur Transit f-Viti- r, the I-.r s'.tu-l-
c: wLich. oaa as jet Le (It teni-ir.e 1 Iv tt:-r-iT:
elm'-. At the ic-t it will te r.e '. rv t f. i ah-
' late :?r?::ule !y t-erTriticns cf the'm... r. TVs
is a tk rt iulrinz tiu.e ai: 1 tr.,ul!e. s:r.ce, to get -i
exci:r:en3 hr Mossn. Tron.-htoa and Simma. SupK
are the m-,Jern rpf-npr-pnta fffbpnit nl tho-
orr that it is he pe l that, by a combination of alta-
zicjutb anl trassit otscrvat:cc, Greenwich t:se will
ultimately be known at each observatory to within
about a single second, thou.-h, as astronomers well
know, to obtain so accurate a result as this ia a mat
ter cf Tery great difficulty. The deterniination of
; IxtituJe will be much simpler, f-r, in this C i-e, the
, error, after a week or two's work, is nt likely to 1
excee-l a K w i?et.
Nor will they Le by any means alone in their in
teresting task. Acucrica anJ svtoe of the chief
fctatescf Kurxpe are making ccstly an l e'aKrate
preparations to co-operate. France will, it is un-
deratl, Je?patch obsering parties to .St. l'aul Isl-
1 . n I rr.afa. l. Tan n I ..'t t ' , .. I I .
1S UUa.u in tLe 80Othern hernia here, and to
1'ekin an J Vokohama, in the northern, an l will alio
j.rriTide some secondary Matiuns in one or two of her
. I-Un J, Mac lonal 1 Isl .nl, DiufJ harU-r (New Zea-
Unl), and Mauritius in the south, and in the north
, a station in China or Japan, an J a photographic sta-
; tioa in Persia, on the line of the Indian telegraph.
j Of American plan.- little certain is yet known, but
I ,Ley wil1 rbably comprise the establishment cf
i three cr fi,ur stations one of them at Macdonald
j Inland in the southern hemisphere, and
1 the northern. And Russia, strong in tb
r.T liUCiniT in tmmaSTiUA a . I iaAn vwy r t
as many in
r . f Kacinry ri i rr rrxonufa a . I iaAn vwy r f , i,. j
! ritory f;lTcral,ie fwr observations cf the Transit, will
j equip, though on a more moderate scale than the
; oter ccuntries, no fewer than 17 stations between
I Odessa and Japan, 15 of which, distributed over
! xVestern Siberia and Eastern Ilussla. and round the
Uiack and Kas-pian t?ea, are well suited for Delisleau
observations of the retarded egress, while the rest
: re Ilalleyan stations, situated chiefly in Kastern Si-
' Lena and lartarv. At the at:itmna Into ul nrn
j enumerated, eye-observations of contact, photo-
graphy applie.J in two or three diflerent ways, and
the direct " method of measuring with a helio-
"ici uisiautea ueineeu luc eexiirea 0( CUUS
an l th.. anr. wilt Lo ,rin,i.l. mr.1..l l.B,i.
station in the Punjab, under the charge cf Lieute- j
nant-Colonel Tennant, R.E.; Lord Lindsay, with the I
liberality in scientific matters for which he is distin- 1
guisbed, will take an admirably equipped private
expedition to Mauritius; and our Colonies and Colo- ;
nial Observatories are preparing to co-operate at j
suitable pointa Altogether, there will be at least I
70 or 80 stations, scattered over the illuminated side j
of the earth, from which, between the hours of about j
half-past 1 and half-past C, Greenwich time, on the j
morning of the 9th of December, a small army of j
astronomers will be anxiously scanning, measuring. I
and photographing the movements over the sun's
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"i ujc iimo mac, spot wiiiuu is 10 auoru us a j
solution of one of the eublimcst problems of the j
The history of the South American Republics
is a history of petty wars and revolutions ; nev
ertheless, they have always been able to borrow
money in Earope, and particularly in London.
Uy a late mail, we notice that the Legislature of
Paraguay was making provision for the payment
of 70,000 due on April coupons in London, and
that Buenos Ayres had a new piroposed loan in
the same market of the modest sum of JC5, 800,000.
And yet we hear some of our timorous impracti
cables affirming that Hawaii, with her firmly
established and well-regulated Government and
her great natural resources, would be unable to
negociatc a foreign loan of a few hundred thou
sands Where there's a will, there's a way;
and in pur case it only needs the will. The same
thing might probably be said of the much talkcd
a . .r tm. . .m
Wrdiinir the Al'lrray going away with her decks
crowded with passengers, the thought occurred to ns
that it would be a good thing to organize a Society
for the Prevention of Emigration." The S. F.
T. P. O. E. could get an Act passed making it illegal
to take any body out of the country, under the fol
lowing penalties :
For each baby exported, $100.00; for each young
man deported, $1000.00; for each young lady ab.
ducted, 5000.00; for each man and wife transported,
confiscation of Ehip and cargo, and imprisonment of
Captain,. crew, owners and agents, fur not less than
.ten years. Let euch an Act become law, and health,
wealth, prosperity, reciprocity, pecuniosity, develop
ment of natural resources, and regeneration of the
Hawaiian Islands would follow.
Ths Fourth is likely to prove a failure here. That
isn't our fault nothing ts for that matter but is
clearly traceable to tho fact that the original getters
up of the anniversary, started with the mistaken idea
that patriotism was alike all over the world. As far
as their geographical knowledge extended they were
correct, but they did not dream of the Hawaiian
Islands. It has become our privilege " to teach
them better or worse. We can't celebrate the
Fourth unanimously, but we can show Americans else
where that our "blood is (not) thicker than water."
One f our fellow townsmen has succeeded in rais
ing from t'ae seed an uncommonly fine mango-tree.
It stands near his fence, and out of sight of his bed
room windows. The consequence is he has had only
four mangoes this season. The other morning his lit
tle girl heard a noise, from the direction of the fence,
like as it were a team of mules kicking their way
through a bamboo hedge. She rushed forth and re
turned exclaiming : Oh ! papa, I didn't see a mango,
but lots of boys go !"
A ramble through the town with an eye to busi
ness, has discovered to us the fact that several cf the
F. P. posts were missing. In some cases these useful
indicators of the localities of fire-plugs Lad evidently !
. ,, . . , rr, ,
been pulled up by horses, through the same agency j
some of the plugs themselves have been covered with
dirt, and thus our equine plugs have rendered invis
ible the fire-plugs. Moral housekeepers keep your
Ir is noticeable that the Gazette, in its comments .
on the Advertiser, pursues its old policy of giving I
a pretty fair bucket of milk, and then kicks it over !
Editorially it says : "If the Gazette has become the I
leading journal cf the place, it is only because," etc.
etc. Unfortunately it does not mention in what place
it takes the lead. It is to be found in a few places in .
this town, and in its place is a very useful sheet.
In saying that its utterances are heeled alike by
King, Government, Legislature and People, it can
fairly be accused cf telling the truth. J Every scheme t
that it has originated and every preposition that it j
has made, during the last two years has been damned i
from the s'art.
Taris, May 24. Ex-President Thiers to-day re
ceived a deputation from the Department of the Gi
ronde, and in reply to their address, said the mon
archy for which he was overthrown for not establish
ing was impossible; the Conservative Republic alone
could recognize and satisfy France. He hoped that
after its recent experiences the Assembly Would ad
mit the necessity of making the country the sover
eign arbiter; if it persisted in sitting while power
less to attain an indefinite result, it would exceed the
bounds of reason; unable to form a Government, the
majority had lost the means of the right to govern.
He therefore expected a dissolution, which would re
habilitate the Assembly in the eyes cf the nation.
The electors will be less wise and molest the longer
the dissolution was delayed.
Judge Rrady has denied the motion of Tweed's
counsel, by which it was sought tirst to change Lis
placn of iuipri-onnient to Ludlow street jail, and
next to abbreviate his term by two years. On the
first motion it was urged by counsel that a sentence
to the county jail did not mean to the penitentiary
on the island, and that the pans of the sentence
which added the supplementary years were of no
effect, because they specified no place of imprison
ment, ror this la-t point the judge held tbat the
part. of tin PfntfOCf W.'re to be t.lk.-n tng.:!n-r
ana that the oaminz the prison in one place was
sumcifni, anu toat tiii prison a uesiLTiui'.i in
sentence was the prison ia which the cuJj.r
it hf hi.
:rv bi- been Cr.a'.lv
r.-rrtl J - Ci-cv. Mi:ii?Ur
it f the V;.dl ; Iu
r. J Vij
VrTairs ; M. de Four-
' V. ' rk : J n (irivart. Minister cf f
' nrv. : Vi-;;-!- Can..'a:n. M:r.ivr cf :
I'-h! I: : :i --A !ri-a I.i' M;n-ter ,
studied the world the closet, throtigh the medium
, of books. He haniafted little ia every-day life.
He is a theorist, a ,-cws the world through the
medium of imagiaoa. and not through the stern
realities of life. Ik worJ. we believe him to be
an ' impracticable.
flIIK A XXI'AI.lKKTIXCi OFT1IE BOARD
Jl OF TKL'STtKS cf QfEKN'S HOSPITAL wi!J be held
on Wrilurul ir nrir, 2 4b, at axa, at the new
i vri.r.i!a 11 u?-. t or'W.
It k. A SCHAEFER, Sci-rrtary.
UKXT'lXiAviXK. A VKRV Sl'lK-
1 KI"K i;l ALITY
rVr Sale at
F. A. SCHAKFKR k CO S.
Cermai Ale, Key Brand.
A XKW IMI'OflTlOX, EX K A MOT.
il 13 haivl ana f. r
F. A. SCUAEFKR i CD'S.
FIREWOOI FIREWOOD ! !
f.lIlOM EAST MA. FOR SAIE BV
ju.o HOLLaS & CO.
CALIF0R1A OAT-HAY !
1F.CKIVFI) IEI1. C. M L'RRA V, AXO
ir Sale y
Jim. a Satxrior Ctual:ty.
EOLLES St CO.
i . .
: K.llilMIil'E.l PiAXTATION SUGAIt
! xtw XC IX.
FOR SAL.I IX
LOTS TO SUIT
AFOXG & ACHi'CK
II.):i(.lu!u. Julie 1st. 15.4 JU1J ly
WOLEE lilCE PL AIM T A 11 U IN ,
j K.ULl'A, IOOIjAUI'OKO.
I V. t AM) XO. 2I1CK FROMTIIEABOU
-A. Fino Titolo J-rtiolo!
Always on nana ana fale ty
A1ISEE & ACHCSQ,
juU ly Jorner of King and Nuuanu Sfta.
F. A. SCHLEFER & CO.,
IMPORTERS AX COMMISSION' MER-
Honolulu, Hawaiian Isfada.
ST. ALBAI S COLLEGE.
HIE EX II I HIT lOt WILLTAKE PLACE
! Roval School. On Mndav Even'fT, June 22
j J ' o
at half at seven o'clock.
All friends of the institilon are re?jectful!y invited to
MV A1SEXCE FROM THE
Mr. J. W. IROWKLL. will have charge of
the Sale Department or Phtographs, where people -wwliing
lor any views can be furnishi at the prices of
$2.00 per Dozen Tor Cid Size,
3.00 per Dozen for Streoscopic Size,
4.60 per Dozen for Cibinet Size,
COO per Dozen for 7x 9 Size.
P.eprints made from neg;tives formerly taken of houses or
views httbe above rates.
n. L. CHASE,
ju20 tf U and 68 Fort Streets, Honolulu.
$50 REWARD !
BIL'DLIC XOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEX
M. that all persons are forlidden from making fires within
the boundaries of the Kula laud of Waikapu. No Cattle on
nid Kulu are to be branded exccDt in the places appointed
for the same, and no cattle ari to be taken off said kula with
out the permission of the undersigned or his agents or lunas.
All Dogs are forbidden to be allowed to run loose on said
kala; cultivation is forbidden on any part thereof.
The above mentioned reward will be paid to the party or
parties who will inform on any person breaking the above
rMifl!...itrim.T jinhiifiA in Vjrnr 1
Waikapu, June 12, 1S7L - im
IIIBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
1 that all persons are forbidden from making fires within
the boundaries or tne Kuia x.ana oi watiuiiu. ao came on
said kula are to be branded, except in the places appointed
for the same, and no cattle are to be taken otl saul kula with
out the permission of the undersigned or their agent or lunas.
All Dogs are forbidden to be allowed to run loose on said
kula: cultivation is forbidden on any part thereof.
The above mentioned reward will be paid to the parly or
parties who will inform on any person breaking the above
rules in regard to making nres oq me icuia, so mux taey may
be prosecuted according to law.
. . A. P. LEOXORO.
: - II. OORNWELL.
W'ailuku, June 12th, 1STL ju20 1m
THE LANDED PROPERTY
Houses, Crops and Improvements thereon,
Belonging to lhe Estate of JOSEPH It. SPENCER, situ
ated in WAIOHINU. KAU, IJAW-AII. is offered for aale.
Offers for either the entire estate or for Patches and Parcels of
land will be received, and all necessary particnlari given by
F. A. SC1IAEFEK, Assignee,
orC. K. MA COMBER,
ju20 lm Waiouinu, Kau.
HALEAKALA BOY'S BOARDING SCHOOL
FW1IIE SUMMER TERM OFTHIS SCHOOL.
Ji will ojien on the Oil. Day of aaly aexl. The
School accommodations have been greatly enlarged, and now
has a capacity for sixty pupils.
The School is located in the District of Matawao. in one of
the finest climates of the Islands. As heretofore, the School
will be carried on as an
INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTION !
The Pupil (ihrtriiis in the Cash Profits of
their Inborn, The industrial department will be carried
nn ilurinir th fnrennnn. and three hour In th afternoon will
I be devoted to indoor schooling. Parents or Guardians desir
ous of placing their children or wards at this Institution, are
respectfully requested to apply to th' principal, Mr. F. L.
CLARKE, on the premises, or at the Education Office, Honc-
Iclu. Parties sending pupils are requested to provide them
wi,f serviceable working and school suits of clothes, wit
Sunlay suit, sheets, pillow cases, bed-quilt or blankets, t
and a serviceable truuk or chest, in which clothes may be
Single Pupils $50 00 per annum
! Single pupils, if paid fur quarterly, in ad-
, Vance 11 00 per quarter
i Two or more pupils, sent by one person, ea. 40 00 per annum
II. R. HITCHCOCK,
j Inspector General of Schools.
I Education Office, Honolulu, June Id, IS74. ju20 2m
J. K. KINNEY, M. D.,
IJHVSICIAX AND SURGEON,
Residence and Office,
'mr Xunanu Avenxe atul K-.kiti Street.
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY !
a SMALL, LOT. PRIME QUALITY
Received per " Murray." For sale by
J a 13 BOLLES & CO.
DR. O. S. CUMMINS. HOMOEOPATH 1ST,
hasREMOVED HIS OFFICE to the House recently oc
cupied by Mr. C. K. Wiiliara, next the Criterion House, Fort
Honolulu. Jun 12, 1?74. jul3 3t
TO LET, OR FOR SALE!
MV COTTAGE AND GARDEN, AT
V:i entrance of Pauoa Valley.
iJJL jil" 3aj H. SCHMIDT.
TO LET !
A COTTAGE ADJOINING THE COL-
lejje liuilding at I'unahiu. Good accommodations for
a Ikre fimily. Carriage House, etc., water laid on.
It has a iirge yard. For lurthrr pariiCLlars. apply to
m3 S. N. CASTLE.
ITIEEXS AND RESIDENTS OF IIOXO-
CTdiaily invited to attend Public Worship at FORT ST.
CHURCH, where services are h-rid every Sabbath at 11 o'clock,
A. L. aad 7 1-2 P. M. Sea'.s are provided for all who may be
pleaseil to attend. There is a Wednesday evening Prayer
Meetiiiirat 1 1-2 o'clock, in the Lecture room, to which all are
welcome. aj-4 ly
ITITH A VIEW TO AFFORD EVERY
T T falitv to parties desirous of profitably and Securely
investing sruall sums of money. Bonds of the Hawaiian Gr.v. :
ernment '. tbe several values of fclOO. 500, j
and vl.OOO, braring interest at the rate of i m.t cent, jier ;
annurii, pay.ilile semi-annaally. will tw issu at par to all ;
P - """ sfl-iyiiu' f.r them at the Treasury, for U-nnsof m t j
Ul;'n " 'r m "r xhA" 20 im . ... ;
i Minister of Finance. '
Department of Finance. April 2d, 'f74. ap4 3m
THE ANNUAL EXAMINATIONS '
L si li ii O I 1 lt
WILL iKl t'K
AT riMIIor ON Tl I1 l M HUDNKMIIV,
Junr '.'o mid :'t. IS; I.
'MIK l'ATRl)i OK THE 1 i T IT IT IO X
an-i i.i icon-.; j, -
-.r.tf-.! t a::-r.j.
j t'xr . 1 be
Itt c: extrc.t tf it:
A Public Exhibition at the Court House, ;
Oh ike Errning of T h u r.Jny, June 2Sih.
Ih? En:er.xian:er.t c f KciLa;iua. rcUaiAi:ir.,
aa i th-.giai Orat:or, TxrieJ th Ma-.c xaJ i lhr Lit rxry t
Ao admittance fee wiil ir eharced OSK DOLUAU far '
APCLTS, HALF A tX)LLR f r cniLPKCN acdertwelTe. I
, Tie proeee2 win be erpendeJ in tie ri""ae cf Sc'.enilSe j
Apparatus Tot the meet the School. Tte techer asj pop'.'.t
hare eoasented to take opoa thtsTe x ptJ of erra
work to promote the ittere: cf a exu. asd it i fcoped j
their efforts wiH iceet With a p?r.f roa rrpoce frcta the pebi.e j
J313 it j
TO BE LET.
THE TWO FINE CAPACIOUS ETOBFS t
in the (.'tur.liu Wharf Premise. Ir particulars
jj13 ari ly t UOl'FREY RHODFS. '
IP O 1 rS jV. L K! -
THE SCHR.GE0. FRANCIS TRAIN,
Alo'jt 40 Tons Euulieu two year old.
In Good Order and well Found I
Fur (jr.!.er I ar.i.-ulars and terrua, apply L
jul3 II. HACKFKLD &. CO.. Agenu.
OF SUPERIOR QU A LIT Y, 1 X H A Lr
CASKS. For Sale at
... . . . 1 1 , w v r k . J
JU13 2t v. -J'! - ,
MINER S PATENT GOLD MEDAL
SUBSOIL PLOWS !
OR 3 HORSES,
respectively 3d and 60 lbs-
ju!3 2i For Sale at r. A
SCHAEFER 4 CO.'S.
SEED RICE !
IMPORTED FROM SOUTH CAROLI
via BOSTON, cf which
Only a Few Bags are Left !
ForSaleat F. A. rCHAErKrX - S c u.t
SPECIAL SALE OF
For JULY 4tli, 1S74!
AT THOS. G.. THRUM'S
Dariu.j xeh Mi time the Credit iystn be Xus
jmuled. . -
JUST RECEIVED PER D. C. MURRAY,
Sky Rockets, Mines or Stars and Serpents,
Roman Candles, China Flyers, Bengolas.
Triangles and Larfie Vertical Wheels,
Volcanoes, Floral Shells, Blue Lights,
Serpents Pin Wheel, Torpedoes,' . . :
C4;C Extra and Rifle Crackers. 1
ALSO, ON HAND,
A LARGE SUPPLY OF CHINESE ROCKETS j
audi Grolcl Clipp, , ,
Fire Crackers and Double Euders, and a yood j
'variety of' -.-'- ,
American and Haw'n Toy Flags
Call early for the Choice of this Small hut well Select! as
sortment of American Hoods, which are Fresh and in good
All (Colu Cohered) Orders Filled In tlielr Course.
PHOTOGRAPHS ! -
Jl arrangements for the occuDation of the
ruuLograpnic Gallery of Mr. H. L. Chase,
during his absence, is now prepared fo furnish Customers with
Photographs in any Style or Size !
aad the usual Low Rnlea, vis:
Carte de Vifites, $3.50 per dozen ; Cabinets. $8. 00 per dozen;
Melainotypes, from $1.00 to 2.00 each, according to size.
VIEWS OF DWELLINGS AND LANDSCAPE
Taken to Order- at LOW RATES !
Particular car4 will i taken t ' '.,
Suit the Taste of Customers J
-tiJ a Sitting icill Cost nothingtuiless in, conform
ity icith that Taste.
Oall and See for Yourselves.
jul3 3m ' ' A. C, SMITH.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT
AT THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF EX-
Q INKERS for the Honolulu Fire Department, held on
the 1st day of June, 134, the following named gentlemen
were duly elected to serve for the ensuing year :
CHIEF ENGINEER JAS. S. LEMON, ESQ.
FIRST ASST. ENGINEER GEO. LUCAS, ESQ.
SECOND ASST. ENGINEER JNO. NOTT, ESQ.
and at the annual meeting of the Department held on the 4th
June, 1ST4, they were duly installed in their several offices.
At the same meeting the following gentlemen were elected
Fire Wardens of the city : . L .
JOHN T1BBET3, ESQ "VARD No. 1
JAMES McGUIRE, ESQ " No. 2
JACOB IIOLCK, ESQ " No. 5
JEROME FKARV, ESQ No. 4
juG 3t CHAS. T. GCLICK, Sec'y II. F. D.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. '
WHEREAS, THE UNDERSIGNED HAV
ing been duly apointed Administrator of the Estate
of W. n. KAALH'AI, of Wailuku, Maui, lately deceased a',
Honolulu, Oahu, hereby gives notice to all peraens having
claims against the said W. II. Kaauwai to present the time,
properly authenticated, within si months from date, or they
will be forever barred ; and all persons indebted to the said
Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the un
dersigned at his residence at Wailuku, Maui, or at Kanaaua,
Aiakea Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
GEORGE K. KAACVVAI.
Administrator Estate of W. II. Kaauwai.
Honolulu, Oahu. May 29, 1374. ju6 4t
JOHN S.WALKER &i S A l UEL C. A LLEN
doing business in Honolulu, Hawaiian I-lsnJa, under the
firm name and style of WALKER tr ALLEN, having thia day
bv assent of a majority of their creditors executed and deliv
ered to the undersized a deed of assignment of all their prop- j
ertv for the benefit of their creditors, all persons harins
claims aeainst the said firm of WALKER 4: ALLEN, or the '
snid John S. Walker, or Samuel C. Allen, are hereby reo,uited j
to present the same forthwith at the omce of the undersigned
... ; , llnnnlnlrt anA nil r.nrwnna In.l.lit.l in ... M firm e-.f
WALKER A ALLEN, or to the said John S. Walker, or ;
Samuel C. Allen, are hereby requested to make payment
thereof to the undersigned at his said office without dely.
EDWARD P. ADAMS,
Assignee of Walker ir Allen.
Honolulu, II. I June S, 1S74. jul3 41
JOHN" SIEMSEX A X D W. F. COX WAY
doing businrss in HILO, HAWAII, under the name
style and firm of Siemsen ii Conway, having this day cant
celled an assignment by them made on the 30th day of March,
A D., ls74, and executed a new assinniebt io the unrter.
signed, of their property, for the benefit of their Creditor!
all persons havit'g claim against saiJ firm of S:eiuen A Con
way, or John Siemiea and iV. F. Conwgy are requested to
present their accounts at the oflSces of D. II. HITCHCOCK
and E. O. HITCHCOCK in Hilo, Hawaii, or at the fflce of
A. S. CLEOHORN in Honolulu ; and all persons in.M.tf l to
said firm of Siemsen Conway or John Siemsen and W F.
Conway are requested to make payment to eiihcrof the uridt-r-risned
assignees at their respective j. laces of business us
ar.resaid. D. II. HITCHCOCK,
E. O. HITCHCOCK,
A. S. CLEGIIORN,
Asi?ne:a of Siemsen A. Couwav.
Honolulu, 2:id Ai-ril, A. D-, 1?TL iny'J
For Rent, Lease or For Sale !
w THAT VERY I ESI R A IJLE DWLLL
INU UN JL'DD STREET, a ij..iuii-it the 1'rein
iees of the late Dr. G. P. Judd. and enntainim
I about one acr of Laiiil, havinz gor.d Past ur.iir- f .r one horse
! the V'-ar round. Th- house contains Sitting Knm and rive
KCK(,n, wit), Kstch'-ii and Servant's K- ui adjoininr-
Th - re is a well of sro-1 water, also Tank with a capacity of
'oOJ gallons of rain w.i:tr. The view of town and harbor is
Alto, for Rem or hia.r, the YARD AND STALLS
latWy x-cup:ed by A. Kelly a Livery siaoies, i. a r 10
T. A. Lloyd's Gr.icery Stor-. Fort Street by the mnth or
yar. Apply to JUJl aiLiiw.v
3J O 3FL SALE.
'IUOSK TH KlU kAA. KNOWN
at Tin: iiasix r.xt'iiASu i: :
lr lurthrr j'ar.iealars, aj.tiJy to
r.K- '. ftPB,
J l. 1. PINSM-N'.
TO LET OR LEASE !
TIIOSK11F.MRAI1I.K I'KKMIM'.I OX
A'.akra Strcx-t f nart(y vmit U y . A
P. BKU K-
OOP, Kx i 1 . r I'jrtK-aUra ai sly ta
AMERICAN MESS BEEF
UOR SALE IX BOXO IJY
T. I.OUIN STAR HAMS. FOR LE Hi
BOLLKS 4 CO.
COTTON DUCK !
AWREXCE MANUFACTORY. AX AN-
J fc-Ttmeat ef lumber, lei sa!e law t y
m,9 BOLLES A CO
" DOWNER'S KEROSENE !
JUST RECEIVED PER EDWIN, FROM
ALSO. HEVOE'S KEROSENE,
in patent cans, pr tdwio. for aa'.e I y
BOLLES Jk CO.
MANILA CIGARS !
VNEV IXVOICEOFTHOSE SUPERIOR 1
Genuine Cigar, just received and for al by f
raja iiiiLLW a. e o
TO LET !
rgvHF. OFFICE A X D PREMISES UN FORT
M JMreet. at present occupied by lr. O S. Camming, poa-
aeson given March l-'th, 1M4.
' f7 tf Apply t
C. E. WILLIAMS.
. . I' n f l I f X' I I 4 ' . k V 'T I I ' V
A the PAINIISG BUSINESS at the old Und of Kealoha
. iutl I lurt, wiinc us wp.. tvitvvn. tuv .vw ,
' extended to the bxte firm.
! DAVID KF.ALOHA.
j apl? Sin No- 63 Hotel Street.
TO LET !
THE PREMISES 3! RICHARD ST..
now occupied by Mrs. Ureen, furnished or unfurnished.
For further particulars enquire of
J. 11. CONEY, or
foil C. S. HARTOW.
J A LL. PERSOXS ARE HEREBY FORItlD-
j den to drive GoaU or Cattle on the MOUNTAIN Of
HUALALAI. until the settlement of the Itoondaries of Kan
pulra.il. as from evidence olitnined it woald appear that lite
said Hualalai is included in the land of Kaupulehu.
Hawaii, March 20th, 1ST4. p4 3m
HAVING PURCHASED THE BUM
nesa ami good will of the
Hair Catting and Shading Establlshntf nt
of Mr, W. O. BLAKE, on Merchant Street, opposite the
bailor's Home, will be happy to wait on hi friends and the
public generally, and will do hia best to give satisfaction.
ap!8 Sin . . ) ,
BTJFFUM'S HALL FOR SALE.
S. B. DOLE.
AMERICAN MESS BEEP!
FOR SALE LOW
by A. W. PEIRCE & CO.
Cala. Brooms, a Good Article !
SPROUTED COCOANUTS !
SUITABLE FOR PLANTING. . , ,
myW lm For Sale by A. NV. PEIRCE ii COJ
IN HALF BARRELS.
For sale by
BOLLK8 ft CO.1
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OV
Preserved Meats, Fruits, Vegetables.
W7U1R SALE BY ! .
fa BOLL Ed n CO.
" NOTICE. "
TMIE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY XOTI
fied thajt JOSEPH DL'CHALSKV baa no authority to
ell any Leather or material made at the KALAl.'AO TAN
NERY, nor to incur, any expenditure, on account pf the same
except through the undersigned. . LV.a. i
Y" TIuiiUIuIu.MmvV v, X1 i i--,.. f --XntlM
' ' i .
' ' t 4 ....
Hawaiian Bark Ea Moi !
129 DAYS FROM BREMEN,
r . FREIYCII
..' . :: ' AND . .) .
EW STYLES OF PRIXTS, Fniicr. Pi-It
I-' . and White Ground ; Mouraing, shawl pattern. ,
Brown, White and Blue Cottons. Heavy Denima,
Ticking, Turkey Red, Fine French Muslins, . .
Victoria Lawns, Veil Barege, Linen and Cotton Sheeting,
Blue Twilled Flannel, Irish Linen,
Black Cobourgs, Blue Cobourgs, Italian Clolfc,
Waterproof Tweeds, White Moleskin,
Blue and Itlack Broadcloths, Heavy Black Doeskins,
Diagonal Tweeds, Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Mosquito Netting, Heavy Silk Umbrellas,
Socks and Stockings.
Assortment of Clot Ii Ing!
Fashionable Neckties and Cravats,
Lineu ami Cotton Bosom and Fancy Calico Shirts,
Hickory Shirts, Ladies' and Gent's Kid Uloves,
Heavy Woolen Blankets,
A Fine Assortment of Shawls,
Hemp Twine, Linen anil Cotton Thread, ' '
Labiu's Extracts, Eaa de Cr.logne,
Lavender Water, Hair OU, Fancy Soap, Ac.
A URGE ASSMT OF miT GOODS
Black Jet Ornaments,
Hair Pins, Glass Buttons,
Amber Crosses, Brooches, kc, 4,c.
Fine and Common Hcissors,
Fine and Common Fen and Pocket Knives,
Knives and Forks. Butcher Knives, cocoa handled..
English Saddles, French Calfskins.
Large and Desirable Assortment.
Liebig'a Extract of Mat,
Hubbuck's White Zinc,
White Lead. Paint Oil.
Black Paint, Red Lead,
Kerosene Oil. Alcohol In 1 Gallon Demijohns,
Coirnac in Boxes, Fine and Table Claret,
Lieblrauenmilch Rhine Wine,
A Small Lot of Fine Hungarian Wines,
Seltxer Water, Fine Liqueurs,
German, Scotch and Norwegian Ales, q's. and pt.
Fine Havana and German Cigars,
Vienna Rocking Chuirs, Sofas, Chain, Wardrobes, Writ
ing Deks, and older Furniture.
Galvanized Iron Pipe, 1-2 and 3-4 inch;
Steam Pil-, 1-4 to 1 1-2 inch;
Charcoal Tin Plates,
Block Tin. Babbitt' Patent Metal,
Perforated Brass, for Centrifugals:
Sheet Zinc, Monti Yellow Metal and Nails,
Hoop Iron, 3-8,3 4, 7-S, 1 and 1 1-4 inch;
Fenre Wire, No. 4. 5 and 6;
Bei-t Refined Hur Iron, all eizes;
PortlHiid Cement, Fire Iiricks, Slit- a,
Stockholm Tar, Stuckholui Pitch, C'i Titr,
Fire Clay. Bath Bricks,
Blacksmith's Coal in Cisks,
Hemp Packing. Hide P. iaon.
Demijohns. Birch BiMi4i'.
Oak Boats f .r Coan-rs Oil ishrank S hooks,
Petrolsuta Larrfcls h-r Ta'.low Costaiiwrs,
And many other Articles too
Numerous to Mention.
FOR SALE BY
H. H ACKFELD & Co.
MR. ALFRED JOHN'HOOKE,
Profeasor & Teacher of Music. Tuning, &c.
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LIFE INSURANCE GO.,
Life Insurance Company
IN THE UNITED STATES.
SAML G. WILDER,
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SPRING VESSEL, 1874!
G. BREWER & GO.
AMERICAN BI(. EDVIfJ
F R O M HOST O X ,
Tu3t iLrrivocl !
SCRANTOX STEAM COAL, IN LOTS TO
suit purchasers, for family use.
NEW BEDFORD FAMILY SOAP.
5,000 FT. SELECTED BOAT BOARDN.
2 CENTRE BOARD EXTRA TIMBER
ED WHALE BOATS,
95 III) LS. AMERICA X T A R ,' ,
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. HIirS.SOl'TIIERX- PITCH,
AO BBLS. N. I BOSIX,
CASES SI'IRITS Tl' III EXT I X E, .
A FlXF, ASORTMEXT OF OARS.
EAGLE A PLOWS,
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25 K ITTH N. I MACKEREL.' ;
15 CASES C6RX STARCH,
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A BBLS. GEXDIXE CIDER VINEGAR,
FOUR FIRE EXTINGUISHERS.
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BALES OA K I'M. .
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EASTERN PINE KEG AND BARREL
: SHOOKS. ; ;- ' '
ALSO, O N HA rD
EX RECENT ARRIVALS J ;
Which will be offered LOW
TO CLOSE CONSIGNMENTS.
ANCHORS nn.l CHAINS, ASSTD. SIZES.
FARMER'S ItOILERS. 20, 25. 30 A Ml
40 G A LLS.
PAINTED BUCKETS AND PAIIJt.
EASTERN HARD BRICKS,
PINE MOLASSES BARRELS, SET I P.
HOUSE, MILE AMi II AXD CARTS,
CUMBERLAND COALS I
CEXTRIFI GAL LININGS,
GL'NXY BAGS IX CASES OF 2.rU Plrrra
OX YOKES, N. 4. AM) .
OYSTERS, FRESH AND SPICED.
YELLOW METALS AND NAILS.
C. BREWER & CO.
TRGIXIA RYE. IX CASESj
Kn.turfcy FavtiriU, in Oises;
Sir Mush, in (!i.ies ;
Dioivllle MfiUk'-y. i ('irn ;
Sci:h 'hiky. In r.tiHe.
For Hal by CHAa. LOMi.
X CASKS AND CASES. A I.
F.r Sale b C1IA. LONG.
X CASKS AXD CASES.
For Sale by
SUPERIOR SHERRY I
f A DEI II A. ENGLISH AM) CA LI FOR
Jl MA PORTS, Cal. forma Hock,
Rhino Wines, different brands !
For Sale by CHArt. LONU.
X GREEX CASES, 12 BOTTLES EACH
In Red Caseii, IS Ixdtle each.
In Baskets, 12 Juks each.
Iu lloud or Daily Puia.
For Kale fcy CH Ai. BONO.
AUSTRALIAN WINES !
RED, W MITE, M l.'Sf "AT, FROXTIG XA X,
-"., Ac. F. r Sale by
A SSORTED. IX CASES. Cl'T GLASS l)K.
- BLOOD, WOLFE PORTER, in pint.
For Sale by CHAS. LOKO.