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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1S71 uv AirriioitiTY. which actually steamed from the lietrcoen decks caused him to vomit. Xo wonder, that ivhen the vessel was examined it was fonnd to be in a perfectly frightful condition. Forty-three of those slaves were brought on shore, and they could recount a story of misery to which, alas, there are only too many inci dents. For no price would they return on board ttt i TIT l TT 1 "T n i rynmnm of tliscliarcrintr from tlie sailinrr vessels in sick died. The Mate testified, in Honolulu, that HA H A J 1 Al VlAiilll 1 JL which the coal is imported anil that of the dreadful stench putting it again on boanl the steamers is M. It APLEE performed mostly by native laborers and DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS the amount paid them for sueh labor everj- much short of $1000 per month. Togeth er with the coal consumed by thcKilauea, the tjuantity taken from the. wharves for ft appears from the report, that "tJte Agents of the supply of the steamers does not fall tlte vessel, the principal German Mercantile much -short of fifteen hundred tons per House on this Island," were participators in this month, to supply which would require the affair, and that pitying souls did their best to constant employment of-at least three free those slaves without the knowledge or these ships of a thousand tons burden to trans- ASenls- " Tll Posilion and i,lflacnco of u,cse port it from Australia. AJ?nU .werc M. crM' not "f ?ant r . , . , , , , their position in tlio commercial world, but also A few years since, the coal used here , ., , . , . , . , ., ,. J liamuse the rJiitf nf the. firm is rtl the name time. are ,rPoi-tcd Assessors f.r was limited to the requirements of the fof RHfMa (nJ Xorlh Gcrmany, aml Kilauea, the Foundry, and occasional -war 6tand3 welI Kitl llie irawaiian .Minister of For- IJST OF ASSESSORS FOR 1871. ' The following persons the yearlSTl: OAHU. Honolulu "Koolanpsko. ........ .......... Koolauloa. ........ ....... "W&i&lna . Uwa and Waiauae...... MAUI. I.ahain . Wnllaku.. .... Makawao. ,. liana. ..... Molokai and Lanai.. ! Jlilo Hamakua.. X. Kohila... . . S. KoliU...... .T.,Kona..... S.,Kona... Puna C. II. Jodd. E.H. Boyd. ... J. Arnara. ........ S. X. Emerson. W. p. Kamakau. ...... D. Kahauldio. ,....T. W. Everett. ..... ..JI. Kapihe. M. P. Feenabele. E. H. Rogers. vessels, and a cargo of a fewhundred tons would supply the demand for a long time. At present, a single cargo is hardly stored on the wharf before it is required for ira imediate use. The approximate quantity of coal required per mouth for the two lines of Australian steamers are, for the Webb line, 000 tons, for the Hall line, 500 tons. HAWAII. ......... F. S. Lyman. ........ ........... C. A. Akau. C. K. Hapai. K&aeknabiwi. C. F. Hart. II. X, GrcenweH. J. W. Knpakcc. 3!cAifo. Although the territory of. 3Iexico is nearer to us than any other portion of the eipi Affairs, who. on his part, favors the forced labor system." (New York Herald. 19th Oct) It has always been to the praise or our German merchants, that they have not participated in the slave-trade, or other dirty business; they gen erally enjoy high respect in foreign countries. If the statements of the Herald correspondent should be confirmed, then this is an exceptional case, which is to be rcpretted. AVo shall, doubt, have further particulars, and will then give the names. Whoever desires to have the honor to represent Germany, be it whom it may, mn have clean hands and an honorable name. Full knowledge of the facts will bo received in Berlin, On the Sandwich Islands, there is a scarcity of XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. New Zealand Potatoes I HEX) S A,TiTVt03XT ! from rrazEr. nivrs, JUST RECEIVED' Br 2 THEO. H. DAVIES. United States, New Zealand AXD AUSTRALIA MAIL STEAMSHIP LINE! For San Francisco J. W. Kumaboa. KAUAI. Hanalei ... ......-.H. J. Wana. Anaholr S. Kain. Libne W. II. Rice. Koloa Q. W. Lilikalaoi. " Waiinca - - I. XI. Kapnniai. Nnmc .........J. Kaika. J. Host Smin, rnilKCE Orncc, Jane IS, 171. Minister or Finance. American continent, our Knowledge ot laborers. Tbo natives decrease yearly in num the political affairs of that country is bers, and, besides, they are not fit for continued somewhat limited ; a want of knowledge I labor. For this reason, they have bronght which is undoubtedly caused by a want Coolies during past years from China, who mak of interest. AVe hear of revolutions there contracts for many year3. o have read fre- with the utmost indifference, save an oc- 1aenl'y t,,at tle treatment is by no means ' I il .11 Ms nnn pvnrpcnn mcrrnt tnnf n pnnntn 1 1 1 Dsi so blessed by nature in capability for a-xri- I , , f ' . , , ' . : ' J s j ropeans and Americans, some independent CM- cuuureauu in miuenu eau.i, suouiu Dese or Honolula assisted to liLerato the Rnolt.. be constantly kept on the mere verge of landed, and transferred thirty of them to different CiviIi7.ation and progress by constant rev- points in the interior of the Island, where thev An Act to olution and anarchy. Although it is said could not be " kidnapped," that is, stolen airain I'Ue rest were pick : they were placed on carts Et virtue of the Act of 1SGS, entitled TT't?, n !7" ,? tI,at ut,aer tllc Government of Juarez, nf a Loan of Twelve Thontanu Dollars, for Ten . , , , ' Year., at nine rcr jxdL Per annum, payable ml- 3Iex,C0 Iias been h afflicted by internal annually, will be received at the Finance Office until Strife than usual, it has not been Our for tlc let day of July next. The Bond will be Umed tnne durintr that time to read a l)araTaiih in rami to tail the hidden ; no bidi Icsi than par will be accepted, and the highest, if deemed advantageous to the Government, will he taken. J. Jltirr Sunn, Minister of Finance. . finance Office, June' C, 1S71. and transported. The reporter writes that Capt. Saul and the said Agents were furious because these slaves had been rescued ; bat now they could do nothing, as the Constitution of the country prohibits slavery besides, they were passengers, and as such, no of news from Mexico in which some insur rection or attempt at revolution in some cityorstatewasnotciigagingtlie attention one could prevent their remaining wherever they l tlicgovernrnent. borne ol these insurrec- choso Some honorable gentlemen, who desired tions have certainly been insignificant but to make the Captain responsible for his out- ErascnniEns to Hotel Bonds are hereby noticed still they have shown the small share the 1 WReots conduct, intended to have a warrant of iuaitne.cconUinsiami.entoiiweniy.uve per cent.!. govcrnniclIt Las in the affections of the arrest ,ssneU- amJ ,r lbei' ua" been able to get ierehy called for. Payment will he made at the I , hold of him, there is no doubt that all the Finance Office on or before the lit day of July next. " " '- J. Mott Sairn, patnoUsm possessed by those who lmmedi- Minitter of Finance atolv influence them. Finance Office, June C, 1871. Etemiex II. I'nrLLirs. Attorney-General's Office, June 3, 1871. Coolies would h;.vo received their liberty. He succeeded, however, in secreting himself. Thus stood the nlliir when the steamer loft fnr Ron At present tlic prospect ol quiet and Francisco. Mr. Johk II. Coket has ceased to be Sheriff of consequent advancement m that unhappy It happened that ten days later, another coolie Hawaii, and Mr. Luther Severance is duly commis- country is more than usually gloomy. I vessel arrived, also under the flag of San Salvador, aioned and ouaufied m such office. The term of .Tuarnz' presidency is about l"e Louise Carnevaro, Cant. Demoro. of 1.030 to expire, and another election is soon to lons- Th'3 TC3seI Udd aboat 700 Chinese on take place. There are several candidates board- Ja ihk caso il Provcd tl,al lh(!re arc Psonnmn. will be weired at the Fore, Office in tl... fipl.l n,. f wT.nm M.ol.l sii.pm3Slers no nave a ueau ana a Heart at tlie for the tmn.nortatlon of a number of Jamnwe to ...:.. .1.. t.. r " , , sa,e l"ne- coolies COU1U move aOOUt On Tokohama, Japan, the number will not bo less than , . , s . 1 board with full liberty; the between decks were 22 or more than 100. hesitate to use force to attain their object. ventiiatej daily.and only two deaths had occurred. The proposals must he made : Firft, on the idea that T'1C struggle, however, as it now np- The Captain declared that he did not suffer any only 22 are tic carried, and separate proposal for pears, will be mainly between Juarez aud interference on the part of the sailors with the cacu auoiuonai passenger over . Leordo, who for a long time was a promi- Coolies ; whoever did so. was immediately placed ThcrassenEcr. to be furnUhed 1 with full ration, ac in Any transgressions he settled himself, cording to their customs and habits since they have "-""-. vuu,i,v, .. . , ... been In this country, every kind of provision to be of resigned his position at the instigation'of m cordance with right and justice, the best description. his friends to become a candidal n fnr tlm eryth.ng possible has been done for negroes; CHABLES C. 1TAMUI. nrt-Mon-. Tt i, ..i,;,,,tn,l ,W. tbnvn lU 01 P"'lat1rOp,StS ; rbU vuice, zimj ic, 10,1. juioMieriortorognAuura. i .... , . , uut uuoui. mo maiircaimeui ol Asiatics, tliese win ue no uiecuon uy me people, out. tnat , , ,, ,. , ,. , j i- i"v-, mui ne0DIe trouble thomsclvfa vprv titiln nr nnt nt The Mgular annual examination of the Govern- the choice will devolve UPOI1 the CoiltrrCSS, L Of rnnrio tho r.nnV,n l,n o voll. il, nrnl Srhnr.l, nT Tliatrlet l,'n. fllnnnlnln It . . ... I ' ' 1 T.i.r o.i.r.nit.r.Xl. .iZ;.i.. IZ-;' anu Ulcn uie ramll,lale wno can """Stuo negro a black skin, and tho latter alono is the month fTnnel Strongest military lorcc into the licldto laslnonablo color of the philanthropists. We Tuesday, June isth, at tho Jlililani School, King St. support him, will be president, irrespective i'ave often referred, in this paper, to the system Wednesday, " 14lh, at tbo Koyal School. I of the views and wishes of Contrrcss. I ot'c kidnapping participatml in by the Australian Thursday, " 15th, at the Fort Street School. Ai fl1P Uiost rennrts in ilirmimr insnr. Colony of Queensland. 13ut the British Gov- omuox scdools. ,.,: ..,,.i , in - . ...f .. . ernment have never taken energetic stens arainst ..... . , .... I V;A151CU UliJItlCU. U Ul L V Oil LIU! I . " ' " iUDDUif, une.bui, ai Aamouiut uuurca, o scnools. I . utiir ol iUcxico, midway between Ualvcs ton, Jexas, and Vera Cruz). Escobeda, who has hitherto been the "right-hand man " of Juarez, had been despatched to The regular summer vacation of the above schools quell the disturbance, but it is anticipated will extend from the dates above named to Tuesday, that instead of doing SO, he will, after anyone who advertises or deals.with them. These August l, is4i, from which date a new term will gaining command of the Federal troops newspapers do not wish bad treatment of hr orsranize a revolution in favor of Leordo. uurLre-11 ",c" mllcr n la" ar-' "caieu as slaves ; It is certainly a most melancholy thing to see one of the fairest portions of the earth the sport of demagogues aud plunderers. Tuesday, " 27th, at Kawaiahao ' 4 " Wednesday, " 2Sth, at " " 5 " Thursday, " 2tlth, at ' " 4 " Commencing at 9 o'clock a. 11. on each of the above days. The public is invited to attend. commence, By order of the Board of Education. W. Jas. Sunn, Secretary, Xforolnlu, May 9, 1S71. I these deeds, which are to be placed on tho same footing as piracy. It reflects a bad light on tho white planters of the sandwich Islands that they pnt newspapers which speak energetically against tliese horrible doings, under the ban ; they will not trade with tlaiuic A snail. . TYc understand that the enterprising iirm of. Hitchcock & Bra, of Hilo, have entered into the cultivation of this plant with the intention, if possible, making its culture a profitable brauch of agriculture, j The first plants procured by them were they demand really free labor and humano treat ment. .Every one knows the correspondent of the 2?ew York Herald, who furnished the article in question. Of course, every one knows that there was no "Official investigation" whatever, in the case of the Dolores TJgartc, and whether each body was allotted 1C inches, there being only C08 passengers on board a ship of S50 tons, the between decks of which were entirely devoted to the passengers, and whether the Coolies bought water The following translation from the Globus, a paper published at Brunswick, Germany, has been handed to us by J. C. Pfluger, Esq., with the request that we should publish it : from the Agricultural Gardens here, from T" f an 0,1 i7'e Shntrade in Which the- Wo ...ffirinnt ir &' "" J G"1 j ------------- "Globus." plant lifteen acres of ground. Hie climate jVn elaborate report from Honolula, (Wand of with silver money or not, and whether 18 and soil of Hilo seem to be well adapted Oabu.) hich, as is well known, is the most im- of them jumped overboard or not which for the culture of the Bamie, and the gen- portant port of the Sandwich Islands, lays berora last incident is a new revelation reserved tlemea who have undertaken the expert- us. It is dated the Cth of September, 1870, and by the sensational writer for the latitude ment are confident of success. A machine according to tho same, it shows once more bow and longitude of New York, and not made lor separating the libre from the woody "e3 uaDal;u ln . uw tney are worse known by him here Jn his fRmtic dedara. portion 01 the plant has been ordered from -B' " is 7 tions on this beach. One would be at a lTcw Orleans and is now on theway here. K to know what a merchant, who IVill Leave for tlic riboro l'ort on or :iloiit .T11I3- 1st. FOR AUCKLAND Aud Other Ports of New Zealand. The Sieuiiihliip NEBRASKA i NEW ADYERTISEMENTS. JOIIA' M. rOIERKST, 31. I). Office at Strehi i Co's Dm; Slore, corner cf Fort and nott 1 .1 Mreeu, Honolulu. ly WILL LEAVE For the ahovc Ports on or about July 1st COXXICTIXO WITH STI'.A MLIIS For Sydney and Melbourne. For freight or j-aijae ajjply to IS 3t If. HACKFEbD i CO., Agents. The Steamers of the TJ. S., N. Z. and A. Mail Steamship Line IVill Leave San Francisco for Honolulu, as roLt-ows : Jane 21st I September 13th July. 13lU October 11th August ICth 1 The publie will bare timely notico of the dates of departure from Ilondulu for San Francisco, Ports in Xetr ZialanJ and Australia, ami all further natticu- lars can be obtained at the offico of tho undersigned. Pauacnscri Can be booked at Honolulu to San Francisco, Omaha, St. Louie, Xew Oricanl, Chicago, Baltimore, Phila delpbia, Kcw York, llostoa, and Lirerpcol. at low rales, vthicb will remain in force until Dec. .11, 1S71 : also, to Auckland and other ports in Xetr Zealand, Sydney, X. S. W., ani Melbourne. II. HACKFELD A CO.. IS tf Acenls. ALL CURES MADE EASY ! BY HOLLOWAY'S QIMITOM OJb'JL-'rEXT. AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL! THE FOLLOWIXO SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF GOODS! Consisting in Part of Finest White all Wool 4-i Flannel. FincstWhito alMVool 4 Angola WbiteFlanncls, Good Grey anil White all Wool Flannels, 10x4 Bleached Sheeting, Thompson's Ulore-Fitting Corsets, Amoskeag Denims, Jeans, Drills and Bleached and Unbleached Cottons. A Sup'r Ass't of Stationery, Water Lined Note Paper. White Kulc.1 Note Paper. White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter and Bill Paper, White, Caff and Amber and Letter and Note Envclooc. Payson'a Indcliblo,and Carter's Copying Ink, Artists & Book-keepers flexible liulers. Smith A Wesson's Pistols 4 Cartridges, Hair (iirths, btirrnps a Leather, S"anih Trees, Croupcrs and Bridles, Oak Belting, Street Brooms, Wood Faucets, Lamp Black, Italian Vacliin I.ace Leather, Paints, Oils, &c. White Zinc A Lead, in 1, 2 i 25 lb container Paris umf Chromo Urcen, Chrome Yellow, Umber, Sienner, 1'atent Brrer, Vermillion. Whiting Prussian, Bine, Bladders of Pntty, Carriage and Coach Varnish, Bright, Copat and Furnitore Varnish, Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine, JIason's Blacking, Co Ceo Mills, Axe. Pick, Slc lge, Adz. Hoc, Oo, Hammer t Chiel Handles, Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks, Coopers' Tools, Crozers, llonels, and Champeriug Knircs, Carpenters Planes, . Fore, Smooth, Jack i Jointers, Cut .Vails, 3, 4, G, S, 10. 12. 20, .10, 40, SO and G0J. Boat Nails, 1, 1J, 1 a 2 inch. Pressed Nails, 22 inch. Cooper's Kirets, 4, 7 a S lbs, Copper ltircts k Burs, 1, , 5 t j inch, Oimp Tacks, Iron l Copper Tacks ot all sizes. Best Rubber Hose, 1, j. 1, 1 a 2 inch, Centrifugal. Varnih, Paint. White-Wash and Scrub Brushes, Cov'd Tin Pails, J, 1,2,3, 4, C. S, 10 a 12 quarts. Covered Slop Pails, Dippers, Dish and Milk Pans. Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. T hinges, steels, Hammers, uauges, squares, uuisels, Augers, Sieves, Lime Squeezers, Yard Sticks, Bung Starters Axes, ' Shorcls, Spades, Oos, Lanterns, Eagle Horse, A and 0 Plows and Points, Paris FIow.i, extra heavy and strong, rrotoxiue 01 iron, ram ivuier, Poland's White Pine Compound, Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc. DOWNER'S KESOSENE OIL, From tho Boston House. And Many Other Articles S3- AM, TO Hi: SOU) I.OIV. 3m MEIiOITANDlSE, &C. H. H ACKFELD CO Oiler loi- Sale, BT THE Hawaiian Bark ' KA FVIOI,' Frr-m London. THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT of GOODS Selected with Great Care FOR THIS MARKET -consume or jNKLISIirKIXTS, Fancy Lilac, & Mourning, Sairsing Prints, milieu cninti l rinu. Fancy Mnslins, Victoria Lawns, mosquito netting, Superior black Cobourg, black Alpacea, French Merinos and Crape, woolen dress Goods, Black and blue Broad Cloth, . Italian Cloths. White Moleskins, White Drills, . . . Whito Duck, Black Haircloth; ' ' " White Shirting and Longclo'th, Turkey Red Cloth, Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, heary Brotrn and Bine Cotton, Ticking, ' j Blue Denims, Tery heary, Blankets, large size assorted-colors, - Bleached Linen Sheeting, - - Blue Alhambra Red Quills, White Bed Quilts, . t - Fine Linen Imperials, White Linen & Cotton Turkey Towels, Superior Linen Handkerchiefs, Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs, Turkey Red 1 Telldir Hd'kfs. Plain White Flannel, BIuo Twilled Saxony Flannel, White Merino Socks, Ore; Mixed Socks, Ladies' Whito Ilose, Fancy Damask Table Corers, v Black Silk Neckties, . ; Fancj Alpacca BIous'cj, Fine Linen Bosoni Shirts, White Cotton Shirts, Fancy Calico Shirts, Hickory Shirts. LEGAL NOTICES. List of Foreign Jurors RAWN FOR TnB J0LT TBRM, A.Jj I3H. .f the Sapreme gcert ol lira XlawaHatr lHuvli D r Dalton. J W WkldlSeid, C L Heaitfee, Joseph Mrtfcrd, D roster. Sao'l Nott, II h Chaw. Jahn Tlbbits, Jaitiltttson, J II RBcrs. u r i-as laser, Alex MeKftbio, Deputy Ctti of fe-ssBK Court. Honolulu. Jnne Sth. I3II. 3t Frank Brawnv II VTalet twote. Ira RfoturdWa, J IIHer. FSPraM, B 3 A JJirly, M Lmws. B F DUltagaan, Snf SWWer. Jmtat IUtT, J 3 W,Hr, C S Wt, W. K. 5IU, SUPIKUIE COCJIT OF TUB HAIVAII.l.Y INLAND. 1 thm mttt ot Ikt O i umM tt .IMftj ,J COO KB, or Iloooliita Brfcre CUrf JuUe AHm. to CStua bers. Ok rM.!i( altaf th rtHiur. of JWMfc P. Oma tt. .laWaMlmMSMnikuiof Am & CktitmA. tfH that bt flnal mnuil m neh (lwW, af W aSna aad Ibat h mi be IWfcrxrf (Von la -aM MM. II !j onfcfrrf bjr Ilia Comn ta KmlHf. Um 3m, iT ,f Jane. A. D. 1STI. at 10 o'clock hi IV aaaaa. katttt kutc kan; t vttat til H iWnN filHtiu htftn tk wh ! kia Cluilurt 1 Binll zi Wca umm and plarlt pTMfMlatJ wi anal taw nu it aaj Unit , wby ta shaW out l puHd, m4 iat norW tkmor be jjiTra tf ftSirlBi ot tz4a orar m ik IUwuiax (Uxrrrw mmrfmfw, mw t&rv Mceixw wacaa praitnx so mJ baarioc. Dated llaawiatti, II. 1., Jim M. ML TtHA H. AILES, Attt: CfcUf Jttrtk. f Ui.iiCTt. Wiusa IC ?au IVratj Gaxk. H-sx SI I'KKJIK COCItT or the Hawaiian' I.UmK Id I-rokale. Iubnd nf Ookm Rmlka ll. . In tba nwllar aS tka tt AMOK !. OuvWK, f Hl.NI.. tlnm.1 : A Pocanmit psriortraf; to b tka laat WU u4 IMws of AllttS S. rOUKK, Mtmiri, Inila as tba Jtafc Jaaaf May. A. D. tSTl, baea smlal to mil FrBhu,. Ccawt. aavt a ratklan for Ika raNla tkilnt. tlx I llX battan TaaUMBtMjr JstMb H. OMt, koitac bw fltrf hf im ! 8. JL OwUe. Ulabafalrx ardana that WUWlsMiAT, ite SlttafXa JaaaA.rxaiX-tlWtWAOUa(aMa.WCaa Itaamaf-aaM Chart, aittolWt Itawaa h Hi iiaWa , asu th saiM kanrky auolalad tba Uaw tat fraarac mM aa4 kaiihn! H afflfcatha, a bra aarf ukaraaaj' aaaata lalarrttW aalj, affaar aai realm tka aaM HIILaaaltk aprtaataf TJattara Tatwwamaiy. It la Antbar prdrrad. tkal aorlra h&nm by sutHnUaii. Sir thrr nmnlTa atria, to tk IftwHiM Onwia, a nawapayai yskllwla) y" HatXti And It la fttrlMa ai aaiaj. taal iltaki ka Ittmrt ta tk aabarribiair wit ta aU WU1, aa4 ta tkakattaafaka tealatorla HonolaJa. ta afaaar aad raataat tkaawktlaataaW Wilt, at tba time apaotafa. lMt4 Ilonolela, II. I., Nay M, 1TL IUSHA H. AUJtX. Attnt: Jaitka of tba gain (at Wittaa K. 9U Ptyly CTaek. H StII'IlEME CtlUUT OP TUB HAWAIIAN ISb.M. la Probata. I tka uliaa f tk aaaata af HIIWAIID IllHOK, lata af Horaha. tiann J raW .f .Notice it retilioB Inc AQowaDta Aeeuaol, Wtkirai, aa4 Flaal tlhtKbalian af troara. On raadhm aa.1 Waa; tka Pattrkia m4 Amta aT -'mt-amlar J. Ottarblkt, AdaataMralor Waraa iiiniiffiaS tWa HateUal' KJwar Bmaaan. tata H. lala. ihriinii ata ia baU taVaaOtMial n.m.m. a4 ekattjM Muiiatf atrr 111,41188, and aaka tkal Ik aaaw aw, ka anaalai aaj aa prorad, aad tkat a SJaml ataw awy ba ajada af amnatloo .1 tka prwarrtjr ryiaalalwa; la Ma kaada tv tba aaraiHM tkaratn r tilled, and dtaekarsiaa; kim aod bbi aaraUea Iraaa all ra. pomlMHty i rack It la ordmat that FKIDAT, tka .TOtb ,ia mt JaaM, A. 0. 1S71, at 1 o'clock a. . fcrlara tka laid Joatm, at tka Vwt lluataxla Ilcawtaihi baaad tka nuaa haiaky ta aaaaali i 1 the tiava ad pImc kr twartw tka aald Palltiaa iaa Aaoaaaa,. aadlbat atl paraoba lalataitad ai 4 J 1 baa avd ikm m nr awl akow caaaa, if any tka? bare, why tk aaaM akuald aut be Krantrd, and may pieaaut roVnre an ta arka ara aatttW.1 10 iaa aaM prpMrtj. ABU tajaa taa ordar ua tka I HawaUia Kaajwaa. ba oakHakad In tka Hawin,x Saaam ad An Okot umfftn yrbltad and aoblWiad ia noatJara, air tart iiyaaa in naaaa ajman to tk Uaaa Ik ana aa noiatad te paid klilkja, I)atI llaaolala. May b. lajl. Sa-M Jaatawaf Altatt: W. U. Sl-H, Dayty Clark. Caaa-t merely lionored his correspondent's drafts, had to do with it, any more than the same merchant is responsible for the collapse of a flue on board the Closes Taylor, and the consequent death of six men. NOTICE! BEIXG ABOUT TO LEAVE THIS KINGDOM, for the present, any crsin barinc: claims against the ondersignd will please present them im mediately ler settlement. N.J.. SAXDS. Honolulu, June 13th, 1S71. !2-:t nt " t .1 , , I nuttu uitiu ulxuuib u ov-nu m. - ' I A VPQ5tl tiniler tho H-irr T flin Tfrtnnlilm f tvh.ch were mentioned in the columns of San Salvador, the Dolores TJgartc, Capt, Saul, this paper some months since; it being 850 t0D8 capacity, touched at Honolulu during the one which turns out what is known in the last week of Au-nst. It had Ukpn on board trade as " cmde ramie," the cost in Xew in Macao, situated near Canton, COS Coolies, and Orleans being about $500, while the cost had 72 days' passage! of the more expensive machine, which Official investigation ha3 given the following prepares the fibre for use, is stated to be facts : Dor5DS the first three weeks not a China- $10 000 n"xa was a"0IVCl to come on deck. All lay in As we have before stated, the Ramie is tbe,!f T!" in,ar rows; ,,wo !n tb? a plant verv easilv calUvated, being hardy P'l T '' f, , ,? . J Coohc teas measured out a space of 1G incites.' and of rapid growth. n Like all other rjurin? tho fourth week they were allowed, in plants, to make .the yield large and profit- squads of fifty, to come to daylight through tho able, it requires careful, and thorough cul- grated hatchways, to breathe air for an hour, tivation. We have no doubt, if the en- Under the superintendence of armed sentinels, tcrpriso of the gentlemen above referred each of whom held a whip in hand, they had to T) ETAIL. noXOLU7,U, Oabu 1st Ah Pun, to proves successful, the production of this ,a CIercise- Tho qterdeck was bulwarked, VmpMfab CnirwInStB BoSe,', IM, j" Vlltlllllp irtirlf will hwnmo nno of imrmW m tllB barncadfiS Were two loaded cannons, kewis, 20th Israel Fisher, Sth II M Whitney, 2ith L t aiuaoie article will become one of import- . Xungess.r. 23d Ah Zu, 2d Casti. 4 Coke, syth -Mrs ancc here. It is precisely the kind of pro- , J , i . i 3 P , , T T Ks-22J ""s Xgn, nth o J Emmes. nth duct which could be profitably raised by thfi rOT nni, rnW nn-n 1cf , Kmjlll farmPTS find nvnn f1ir.cn tr-lir. nnccncc T a . . ; V. I Pzrris . . ,,o, .auer jumpea overooara, nnaing ueuvcry in the win. Koloa. Kanal-16th W E Wrisht, Kawai- I DC people Ot a waves Of the great Ocean! It was impossible to Kobala, Hawaii 30th Allen and Chillingworth. nnitrliWlionil .liir plnlilmirr tntrntltni. ,1A thinl- nf ,lliror t), afc,t. it UULbaALb. Honolulu, Oahu 3dF ASchaefcr ., 1 v.uwj. uum . ." u...iU.,Uiw fcj-'C I And secure a. machme for cleaning the fibre, themselves up to despair. and thus enable each to put his acre, more prjess of fallow land to good use. Licenses Expiring in June, 1871. D Foster A Co. Waialoa, Oahu 26th Gaspard Syl via, xtana, Jiauiiza d jr steel. Waibce 1st T K Koiaha, Hamakna, Maui 25th P. K Poo- but small lots of land, Co, 13th Grinbaum and Co. 2d Castle and Cooko During the second 19th. Ed Hoffschlacger and Co, 3d Chung Uoon, 25lh l t v I .Letters nod Dickson. auuuau. utruttnc 6wte, eucu VICTUALLIXG.-Honolulu, 0ahu-13th Ah non, man receiviog nothing but about a pound of 12th II I Koltc, ISth James Harrison. Lahaina, juaui iitn Chung lanjr. Coal. Among tho direct benefits derived from j the steamers touching at this port, is the boiled rice and not a full pint of water. (24 ounces.) A few of them possessed a few dollars ; whenever they were otertronbled br thirst they put a piece of silver through the grated holes; whoever did so received from the sailors a small mug of water. Lashing was frequent, the num- 1 . r i i - - . I 3 ' large amount, oi coat wuicn js requirca uy ber or lashes varying from 12 ,to 24 ; nnd the them. Although loth the Australian sentinels did not neglect to treat them with lines import tJieir own coal, still the labor kicks and"cn2S. During the passage twenty-ffto WHOLESALE SPIRIT Honolulu. Oahu 13th W L Green. LAPAAU. Lahaina, Maui 10th Poholopa (k). Iveokea, Kona Ueroa, Hawaii 14th Ktla (k). HORSE. Honolula Sth R Uernandei.Xo 2. 16th Xahalau, Xo 3, 17th Paona, No 4, 17th Kaainapau, Xo 5, 17th Ecaka, 0, 18th Kauhiahiwa, Xo 7, IStb Eaausuu, Xo S. lSlh ilabiai, Xo 9. ISth Pumai, Xo 10, ISth Kake, Xo 11, ISth Ohole.Xo 12, ISth Kama kau, So 14, 20tb Kanwahiokalua, No .14, 21st Kclii mauobaloa, Xo 15, 22d Kanamu, Ko'16. OPIUM. Honolulu, Oahu, 20th Afong t Achuck. Bad legs, Ulcerous Sores, Bad Breasts and Old Wounds, Xo description of wound, sore or ulcer can resist the bealmg properties of this excellent Ointment. The worst cases readily assume a healthy appearance nuenerer tuis mendicant is applied : sound flesh 'priogs up from tho buttum of tho trnund. inflamalion of Ibe surrounding skin is arretted and a complete and a permanent cure quickly follows tho use of the umtmcnt. Piles, Fistulas and Internal Inflamation, Thcso distressing and weakening diseases may with certainty be cored by the sufferers themselrcs, if they will use Hollonay's Ointment and closely attend to tbe printed instructions. It should be well rubbed on the neighboring parts, nhen all obnoxious matter win bo removed. A poultice of bread and water mar sometimes ue appneu at oed tlmo with advantage toe mort scrupulous cleanliness must be observed. If those who read this paragraph will bring it under th notiee of their acquaintances whom it may concern they will render a tcrvico that will never be forgotten as a cure is certain. Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia. Nothing has tho power of reducing inflamation nn ubduing pain in these complaints in tbe same degree is uuiioway s cooltn? Umtment and nurifr ni, I ill. U'l I . t. , . . 1 .. - n . .uci, urcu Biuiuiia.oeuu5ir mev urtve u innim, mn and depravitief from the system, subduo and remove all enlargement of tho joinls, and leave the sine ni muscles lax and uncontraetcd. A cure mav at. ways be effected even under the worst circnmatjinr.,.4 il inc use ol tneso medicines be persevered in. Eruptions, Scald Head, Ringworm and other Skin Diseases. After fomentation with warm water, the utmost re let and speediest cure can be readilv obtained in all compiainis aurcung toe skin and joints, by the sira uitancous use of the Ointment and Pills. But it mujl be remembered that nearly all skin diseases indicate c depravity of tbe blood and the derangement of c liver any tiouiacu : conseauentlr. tn nin, eaa. meisrenuirrd to purify the blood, which will be Uected by a judicious use of the Pills. The rcneral health will readily be improved, although tbe erup- wuu iuhj ue iinven out more irealy tnan berore. and wnicu suouia ho promoted, l erseveranco is ncces- sary. Sore Throat, Diptheria, Qninsey, Mumps and all other Derangements of the Throat. On tbe appearance of any of these maladies, the Ointment should be well rubbed at least thrco, times a day upon the neck and upper part of tbe ebest, so as to penetrate to tbe glands, as salt is forced into meat; tuis course win at once remove inUamation and ulcer ation. The worst cases will yield to this treatment oy lollomng tae printed directions. Scrofula or King's Zvil and Swelling of the Glands. This class of cases may bo cured by Holloway's pu rifying Pills and Ointment, as their double action of purifying the blood and stremtheninc thesvstem rcn ders them more suitable than any other remedy for an compiainis oi a scroiuious nature. As the blood is impure, the liver, stomach and bowels being much deranged, require a purifying medicine to bring about a cure. Both tie Ointment and Pill) thoutd le vied" tn thefot IokUj Gaiet: Cancers Contracted and Elitt Joints Elephantiasis Fistulas Oout Lumbago Piles Rheumatism Sore Throat Skin Diseases Glandular Swell- Sore Head Seorvy Tumors Ulcers Wounds Yaws Bad Xegj Bad Breasts Hums Bunions Bite of Mosqui to or sandfly Coco-bay Chiego-foot Chilblains Chapped Hands Scalds Corel (soft) Sore Xipples Sold at the Establishment of PROFESSOR HOL- LOWAT, 214 Strand. fnearTemnle Bar) London, and by all respectable Druggists and Dealers in Medicines throughout theciviliicdworld, at the following prices: Is. lid., 2s. Sd., 4s. C, lis., 22s., and 33s. each Pot. There is a considerable savin; bv takisir the larger sizes. N. B. Directions for tbe ruidanee of natienta in cveryjiisorder arc aEied to tweh Pot. J. T. WATERHOUSE, Agent. Hawaiian Mess Beef, ' PACKED on the Island of.Kanai; by an experienced Butcher, and warranted as good ai any Beef put up on these Islands. Vet sale by -HAVE- JUST DECEIVED -PER CLIPPER SHIP- SYREN FROM BOSTON ! A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CONSISTIXO W PAIIT OF Chambei' Sets, Wood and Cape Seat Chairs, Itosowood Dining Chairs, Oak Dining' Chairs, Office Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Ntirso Chairs, Children's Chairs, 11 nir IVXattx-cussios, 3VTJ.1TOX- Plntca. ONE SUNSHADE CARRIAGE Ono Side-spring Top Wagon, One Shifting Top Wagon, One American Carryall Ect up atul Ready for Use. Sets Silver-plated & Covered Harness Made Expressly for this Market. A COMPLETE .ASSORTMENT OP Wheel-Wright's Findings, Buggy and Wagon Spokes of ass'ted siiei. Iluhbs, Rims, Shafts aud Poles, Express and Eoggy Bows, Mule Collars, Ac. PIovs of Assorted Styles, LTay Cutters, Road Scrapers, Mule Harnesses, complete. AH INVOICE OF WASH-BOARDS & TUBS, HucUcts and Tulix, Axc-IIniidlcs, Cotton Twine. SUGAR S HOOKS ! ALL OF WHICH WILL BE SDLD AT LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES. Heavy Merino Under Shirts), Silk I'm'it. Under Shirts. Broirn Cotton Under Shirts, Turkey Red Suspenders, . t Black Silk Umbrellas, Black Silk Elastics, ' ' Blue Cotton Thread. Woolen & Cotton Girths, 'i . Feather Buster, Boiled Linseed Oil. White Zino Paint, Oround Whito Lead, Red Ochre, and Venetian Red. Burlaps, Sail Twine, Scotch Uemp Canras, Russia Buck, light i heary. Bright Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron, from 3 in. to U in. Tinned Saucepans wilh Corers, Babbit Metal, ' "" Oalraniied Oas Pipes, i to J In. Oalranlzed Iron Buckets and Tubs, ' Cabin Lamps and Xantcrns; ' C. C. Iron trlth brass guards. Fine Pocket Knifes and Steel Scissors, Crashed Sugar, ' French Chocolate, French Peaso au naturel. Malaga and Sultana Raisins, Currants in Jars, Salad Oil T- f. : i TOTICK. In the mnttor or tbe Katate IN of JOHN NOMORB.of Pom. Hawaii, dtmml. The Palition of Thoasas O. KaaaaMl kariatr kmi Sled (bis day nllb P. S. Lymaa, Cmadt Jodg of lk Third Judieial Circuit, HawaiiaB IaleU. br LatttM of Administration upon lb Estate af Jka Xuunie, of Puna, Hawaii. ilsaseI, Barlte ia swrtkr gltta tbat Satnnlay. tbe Mth day of J!y. A. I), ttrt. at 10 o'clock A. M. or said day, at taw Coart Mam af the Circuit Court at Hilo, Island of Hawaii, taimisst el as tbe tiaw and plaee for bwring tk ijiftaltlaii of Thomas D. Kaaiifale for tan lawsaaaa f lalaii s ftf Adminitlration to him, when aail nkcra aay pisaaa interested may appear aad eoBtatt Ike saia. r. a. lijja.v. Clrrait Ju4f NJ.C IHto. Hawaii. Joae th. 18T1. M-3t Foreclosure of RHortgage. Before the Han. RLISIIA II. ALLOT, Cbtaf JatHca of the Supreme Coast and Chancellor af Ike Ki( dom. II. A. WIDBMAJfN ri. IIAALAUIIOPILI. (w.i Bill in RVtaUj for Forcclocara of Motagaaje. PUUSUANT TO AS OltDEU this dor mada in tbe a bore entitled mt by tka Hao. Brtv sba II. Allen, Chief Joitioe of tba SeareM Caon aad Chancailor of the Kingdom, notice ic kesakr gfaaa that a Bill lu Zqnity baa Ibia daJr Wo Jkm'Ma abors entitled aw, prmyiaj; aat itlf fiilirtaTini mt a mcrigage eiaauted by lUalahai8 ad Jcthand ta II. A. Widenaaa. bcarias; iaska4ftb day af Ja, A. D. Jltt. and zln to aaaasa-a'jftwahaMr tuMasar Berm Itoadrad aW Sixty Dalian. fayaMe cMtr from tba data alkreaaM, with Manas at tka aV S 1 pettt. Mr month, an Use bad aid artaianadai nit ed In a acrtaln dead from Raaaakaaa " - Iclc to tbe said Ilaalatdwail!, dated tba ffUk Jar as June, A. V. 18, by retascaee Ikasaie a aaata ten description will apxar, togctkar wMi all beam a. bnll.Ilngt and apparteaiaeee tbfreSa Wloaotac; and tbat tbe day of bearing aabl Bill kubnafialW tbe Hon. KlUba 11. Alien, Chief Jnttiee mt tax 8a- rerae Court and CbaBacDar af tka KnjjeViea, tar iATOltUAY, tbe Sth lay af Jasy, A. O. mt.it M 'eloefc A. II.. at tka Ceart Koeea ia tba Coast. JImm In tbe City of Huaalala, aad all hitllicH I are hereby aeliled ta appear an-l akaw caaaa. if , against tbe prayer of lie BUI. ea ac before Ike day wigaw huh u.ivti lur iaa aeajrmsE. W. 0. tK9K Marekal. - F. H. Htt nu, Serb) Her itr flaajpnbunl. lloBokla. Jeaeetfe). HIUBX S.V TIIR JlATTRii Ol? TlK K.1TATB IIP K.i.t.VAASA, fH.)lete ef trahaea, Rakak bfiaaa, Ma. welt, iIhimiI: iTeftf appHQitioa aavias; Mwa laaat t tea 07 iruwsmnr. mw ltmrmi lilwlaiilailli i tale of K.ANAA!A, (R.,) htfm mt Wehae. H u hiMMflhu t.. .tl i.,. it , , nil m Jolr a, fill, at o'Ua A. St., tka r ailieaas at . wr llaweii. i the tlaM aad ehee apulinwl fcr iNaraaa the mM ippliemtloa, aaa ekWcttaa Ihl be mi5 Curry Powder, Ecssenccs of Sheld Almonds. Lirerpool Salt, Sausages In Tins, Iterate. CIUIIUU nMBkHKK UAT CodllrerOll.la.,,,.,,. a.-,. I.V TIIK 3I.1TTKK Of TUB K.STATU UP FRaUtiKIC 8TKTBHS, dcraMid: rroefr aaelieallon SMrfna brma amis la tin ' - by Her. I). Cimun Ul i Is nnrisVicit fas rt. lasaaiii the trill ot HtEUCBIC STKVI.-i!'. 1.1. ,r KobaJa. b jHT ilia, I: Itmtiem b k.,l Ut mii ti m m m " WtUAIiniT i , 1 (e, . .. .... . -- Dutch Loaf Cheese, Halt Vinegar in Demijohns and Barrefj, Cream of Tartar, Seed Biscuits, tbat )IOKtAT. Jolr -1. 171. at J 'H,k P If .i Wiltshire Loaf Cheese, i-XT' Xb,rHo. CIIARUB rmutKK SUM. . ,. CSreait JedeaSM Act 8. Kaaa, Hawaii. May It, IfSl. aj CHOICE ASIATIC POULTRY! Oin in Baskets and Boies, Rom in Barrels, . India Coope i Co., Ate, Claret in Boxes, Rhine Wine, !-Schiedam Aromatic Setnapps, Bunrlllc Irish Wfifftey, Manila norse Rope, Stockholm Tar, riteh in half Barrels, Portland Cement, Fire Bricks square and arch. Blacksmith Coal, Monti Yellow Metal and Composition Nails, BestRIflo Powder in i lb Tins, 1,000 bbls New Oil Shoots, 100 Tons West Hartley Steam Coal. 24m H-3m C. BREWER Si CO. Cotton Duck, C1K03I NO. 1 TO 10. Cotton Sail Twine, Assorted Sizes. For Sale by 12 BOLLKS A CO. Fresh . California Lime FOR SALE BY -tf A. W. PEIRCE A nn Best English Portland Cement, Fori sale nr -f A. W. PEinnH nn. fpiIE UltDBRSIaXED OFFERS FOR 8AI.ll -A- 3POTX7- Clioico XJlTClAI, IN PAIRS OR TRIOU, pnrpeflr asatefeed ft kteed- log, eaaaiatiag of LIGHT BRAHAMSf DARK BRAHAMS, l PARTRIDGE, Black, Whito and Buff CochfrtV. all of tbe eeat imported stock. Atas HeadaB, White aad Brawn LeeJsaraa, c pa sua. witer Bpaaad illwaargs, Oaldca Creeled IVaadt, Detkiagc aad Kaalaass, OF BVIRY VARIBTT. The naaVrflsaed ia aaaalaallT T..l.l. ti eboieett TarleUaa ef tkeae iewU frasu Kesafaaail las Bastern Stales, aad ean flsraiab any ee r aK af them ea erder, aad ea the mast reasaaaMa nt. XlSSS for TTn -V'1l1-T-1 packed Ir- nam led bexee witb an elattie battm. aad warranted to carry safely, Trice 812 per Dozen. Hare seat Bgg' ta all parta uf thmSftutu eeest aad to Panama, with eaeaptete soeeese. Address, with etaaap. CEO. IS 2I-3B IIALIIV, P. O. Bex M, 3,n Praaatsea. A New and. Splendid Work. "TVICTIOXARY OF THE BIBLE.-comprisingita 15 Cases, each 24 dz.. jlistory, with nnmerocs illastrations and snaps, ea graved expressly for this work. Edited by W. Smith, Classical Examiner of the University of London. Now is tbe time ta subscribe, as it ennnot be ob tained of any one else bat tbe agent. For informa tion apply through the Post Office to JOHN CJ. WOOD, IS-lm Special Agent for Hawaiian Islands. KATJPAKUEA PLANTATION: SUGAR JiOW COMING I.V and for tale is quae tl tie to celt parebasert by 3Mr AFOJfO t ACHtrCTC tust nucEivui) run svitKp'i-a PerrvT)nn' Pnin Trl " aJ?!'0 TOBACJOef.peri.r J - w -a,fc 1MU ala.ll Iwl I UmJ m IwTla.. It 4-ir t'Ott sale, nr F. A. SCHAHPHB 3s 00 ;CatfdrniaLime, TjTpR SALE BY ' -Jt JiMfWI- BEST PteTOAU CEMEUT. ia quantUfes to suit." FJtSalS Cheap, at 20 It THHOD. 0. nEOOCS.