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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 15 June 1870
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 22 June 1870
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 June 1870
mmm Gunk HOOK AISD JOB A.WAIIAN GAZETTE. f?3- "kbJ$- , CF T -wCr - JLJORCat G this oms OCOV3 TO EXECUTE Atl ORDER Por Plain sud P&bcj Piitf, OS X-1 ZSJI "1AUC. TTrt5S : DTSPATCS. VOL. YI-m '34. : HONOLIXr, WEDNESDAY, JT-VE 29. 1S70. (86.00 PER YEAR B&ifl BTe ML) Bs--BTr B ST- BE W eSbxPbt ggMftMkMHktf --B,t5hx?- Jffgg Ct?5rf ..-- BAKTLETT SALOON. H. HACKFELD CO., I Ocsxiiss -Lc, BT XESGHAXT i xmu J-cr r yL...;' til'- -c b - c sac. 55GBTHKCX - I . fp lIWKIS T .Xrt3S -gT. IS 5ttT 1 sr . X5se, b Vsml - M . 4h s1bpb-b ! ag m taMi - -- - m- cnCOHK. -nsox the 'Kouii rusrmos. mm.sk. r T JL tftSlivnlrtr -S. . 55svS, EX -. SEVHES OO- r KCe.?t5aiSB3. r - E-BlVilga ?asrs:.fc3c TV- r tmt? vr - r uiwl - Mmo. arr. -r irrwiT -trx-Fr-r tuum. -urr A UISS S CWcTTHr. ! ni,l i i" CVllni L. J CO- -pas C7TT!n SCJ!ZiVi7i I "' B-B ei.. a.iaa a ill if C' JC WSE. -- n i i i .- ?J.11'.'ll"riL-rMgc S 5 e- -7r -- -" a --- JLXD ---- A B-T A OtL ; "" ' ax - m rflVr - T ' : .-r-- . i .JH- .,--.,t-Li,. G0IS...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 June 1870
IF, I? I HAWAII AX GAZETTE M. TvAPLEE, DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT TRESS. HONOLULU: "WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1S7CL MY .HTHORITV. enes t krkr rirea that Jehaa Carl Pi a per. Esquire, lu takm eharg of the JCerth Gtmu Oee salat during the trT rThe. C. Umt, Esquire, Conn! for .forth Germane, at tbe request of the raid Genm1. Tbea. C llencb. ana aH persons at requ'weJ te talf txtke of this faet, aad respect his asthorttj Sa that behalf. Cuxi. C Ilitui. Minister ef Foreign Afair. Foreign OSce. Jnne 25th. 1ST. Xorret is hereby giren tbat as -EncJercrs befc ring to -Mr. WBtse at ManaVlKitrirt of Ilaaakaa. IiUad ef Hawal. has this Jay Wo Ml apart a; a Genn orat round in acceniasee wni Set til el the CStB Mi. Pass. W. HeTetmsx. IQabtM- of IatrrWr. iHcarvarc. jae isaa, ia. The arrival of the Wongs AVonga on "VodH.tlny last, on her second voyage from Sydney and Auckland, was greeted by oar riticn -with only les pleasure than the first arrival of that vessel at the inauguration of the service. Althoug...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 June 1870
COttJlEKCa.V-. noxoirzc JOTsnh, isra. Tie new? breorit ly Use last mail from San Fran cisco ahewsthat a better freKnr; eaists ia rrjrarl te Safari, an that an iint af abaci 1 cent per pmMtkai piaee, waiea we hare hbj reasea IiMIxi aiB WsnKiuMdlanctBtliif bU.iwnnea aa prirw m ti? CaSforata aarket far Sugar lb put ri snarta kaee rated rBr one eec.1 yr pansd, be law prirw in tbc Ba'fmi States. Barer er Acstra Ka, ar ia attar weeds hare Bti le by act cent per pasad ta aw plasters than M waaU, bad tblffed to the aVatc markeS. Thk Mate af thisgt as per napt far Bare ta tbe extra charpe ia San Franeisea aa ta asy eCeree in price Vwreo teat icarVet xai At attert uat4. Oar Saprt are eaeraHr taU 4utr paM. besee we fay ektrp" eat arf.r an what, it h M. W aWa ae tbe ialit. Tbfe rtate af rahifT it BMte aayareat ta w at bk linf,hrbir; jnt RHm4 retarse Mr ph iMaped bv the AprB Naurn ta w Xealas4 aa4 5jbt. Tfce aTaaa ia Sagar ia Sao Frasetwa ttT be at tribe, ia pan, te tbe rettletacnt af tbe Tariff...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 29 June 1870
A. Good IIoBHt Poasd. Oaee opon a tlrne, t be late Sir Robert Peel gTe a pew to financial men by ttarUng the qnettloc: "Wfcttl a Fod" Toe pound he had In rlew ni tfce period tSrrKxf, and the qnettlon referred to uac pf the esmplexltles reliticg to the co-existence of M-raoeey, sHrer-ooaey, ud paper-meney. Bet it Is reaJly a ro2 to all erf nt to know exactly -what if a T&ett& vrigte, So spite of til the tables that their way Is to oer arithmetic books. Troy irricM and Avoirdupois vHht and Apothecaries' "wefc-W are Tery weH la their way; bnt -what it a Few persons ban any idea of the prodigious aaosat f seJentiflc res eirch involved in an answer to tMs qnettlen. If Mrs. Motrins the greengrocer I room; the official standards for everyday nfe setts a pnad of potatoes short weight, the Inspee- ', ATolrdunois, Troy, bsHkm, length, capacity, and tar has a right to look closely at her scale and i g sre In offices for everyday business; while v welrbts: hvt then, how does A know that...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 July 1870
gjiairaiimt (gazette, PCBUSHED Every Wednesday Morning, AT SIX DOLLARS PER AX2TU3L rw-rlrvt Salwrnim, SS.00 to $10.00. iztxtz xMmx HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, BOOK AND JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT. THIS OFFICE IS NOW PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS For Plain and Fancy Printing, 07 EVERT DESCRIPTION, WITH NEA TKESS ds DISPATCH Ktmam On Qmm Sttw. in the old a - - T t 1 TT T nan Hunng, iionoraiu, iu i. ! wy X Ranxx, t the Gerem- VOL. VI-3ST0. 25. HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1870. 186.00 PER YEAR, BUSINESS NOTICES. ALEX. CAMPBELL, -ivtt- - T-i-r-i Tailor. . r X. miluw' Fanntnre lye wji. ni-jiriiniri's, TOCHER iSS TvHOLESALE DEALER Air. PW. A . ix . Aleraaanl rereev, lR-ly. THOS. C. THRUM, .K-ncis Flnte Ontlc-r. Copyist, 1,11,1 Cnltsrnplier. Psl HawMsr?0, H- T.J AuwSs kapt aaa atlt out. .1 - tammiii. a. a. .wax. i"TI.U A: COOKE, IXPEffEE6, sjHKERAL XEECHANTS, AND BEKERAL AGENTS, 3i- M IteMpnl aaarto f iiu'i CUpel an,, T )! "l rtwutao.. Oeba. aat atW Sugar aawaar. at Waali K4.a, tml, Mot. IM. I Faauh...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 July 1870
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE IL RAPLEE, DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS. HONOLULU: "WEDNESDAY, JULY C, 18VO. itv aijxiiorixy. Koncn it hereby given that Johaa Carl Ffiuger, Esquire, has taken charge of the North German Con sulate during the absence ufTheo. C.IIenek, Eiquire, Consul for .'orth Germany, at the request of the said Consul, Theo. C. Heuclc, and all persons are required to take notice of this fact, and respect his authority in that behalf. Cms. C. Baubis, Minister of Foreign Affairs Foreign Office, June 28th, 1870. Last Monday, being the anniversary of the American Declaration of Indepen dence was generally observed as a holi day in this city. The American Minister and Consul received visitors in their offr cial and representative capacity, and most of the American residents kept open house and exchanged congratulations with their friends. The weather was most agreeable and well suited for out door en joyments, in which the mass of the people, natives and foreigners, seemed to rival...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 July 1870
CO.Tl.ni2KCIAL.. I10X0LULU JULThth, 1870. The clipper ship Gniding Star passed this port on the 30th nit., from San Francisco to Hong Kong. Hy bcr ire hare nothing of importancein commercial matters. Adams 4 Wilder sold at Auction to-day, 300 balei of Pulu, by orJer of the Aiigneeti, and for account .of tbo citato of C. X. Spencer A Co., which brought C to Cc per pound, this fhowa a Letter feeling in the Fulu market. We understand it was purchased for shipment to Australia. The Ileal Estate sold by 0. S. Bartow, on Saturday last, brought prices abore the upset in ercry instance The rales wero considered good by those acquainted with the value of the lands and premises. The bark Camden sailed for I'uget Sound on Sat urday, in ballast. The Victoria from Puget Sound, with lumber and spars is fully due. The Hawaiian bark It. C. Wylie sailed from Bremen on the 10th of May, and the A. J. Pope arrived at the same port on the ICth of May, and would have dis patch for this port. The bark Njr...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 6 July 1870
The Fiji nu Difficulty. From the Sjdnty nerald. The general aspect of affairs In the Fijian archipel ago Is worthy of crave consideration. A Melbourne company has acquired larje areas of country by purchase from one of the sovereign chiefs of that archipelago who needed money to pay off cer tain claims made by the Government of the United States, as compensation for Injuries done to sub jects of that Power by people who were, or were assumed to be, under the control of the Fijian chief tain. Other persons most of them, tve believe, 'British subjects, but many of them the natural born subjects of other civilized 8tates have bought CS' tates In Fiji, and have settled there. The country being admirably adapted for the growth of sugdr, cotton, and other tropical productions, Its latent resources are, by the enterprise of the white settlers, being rapidly developed. Bnt the manner in which labor has been obtained for the plantations, and the general relations between the planters and the...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 July 1870
AWAIIAN GAZETTE. PUBLISHED Every "Wednesday Morning, AT SIX DOLLARS PER Aimmr. Foreign Subscribers, 38.00 to S10.00. Office On Queen Street, in the old Custom Ilouse .Building, Honolulu, JL L Printed and published by M. ItArxzE, at the Govern ment Printing Office, to whom all business commnnica stons must be addressed. j BOOK ' 'AND SOB ' PRINTING ESTASLIillljDIT. THIS OFFICE 13 NOW 1 TO EXECUTE ALL ORDERS For Plain and Fancy Printing, OF EYEHT DESCRIPTION. WITS NEA TXESS-A. .nisprfin VOL. VI-NO. 26. HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JULY 13, 1870. S6.00 PER YEAE. H BUSINESS NOTICES. ALEX. CAMPBELL, 3Meyo33.OTi.-fc Tailor, Fort Street, Honolulu, opposite C. E. Williams' Furniture. 19 Ware-ltoom. lyC W3I. IIIT3IPISKCYS, "IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER In VTIdm, Spirits, Honolulu. Ale, I'orter, Ac, It Merchant Street, THOS. C. THRUM, Stencil Plate Cutter, Copyist and Cnlirsipucr. fFront Boom over the Pt Office, Honolulu, II. I. t. .... t, . ,ii.n,! to mil orders in hii line, soeb as Stencil Name Pl...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 July 1870
4k --. ! HAWAIIAN-GAZETTE M. RAPLEE, DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS. ' ' HONOLULU: WEDNESDAY, JULY in, 1870. bv-auxiiokixv. Notice ! hereby giren that Johan Carl Pfluger, Esquire? hae taken charge of the North German Con sulate during the absence of Tbeo. C. lleuck, Es quire, Consul for North Germany, at the request of the laid Consul,- Tbeo. C. lleuck, and all persons are required to take notice of this fact, and respect his authority in that behalf. Cnis.X. Harris, Minister of Foreign Affairs. Foreign Office, June 28th, 1870. Notice is hereby giren that an enclosure, built by Geo. il. Coffin, mauka of the Government road, in Hamakaa, Island of Hawaii, has this day been set apart as a Gorernment Pound, in place of the pres ent Pound in Eukalao, llamakua on the same Island. Perd. W. IIcTcntsox, " Jlinister of Interior. Homo OBce, July 11th. 1870. Notice is hereby giren that S. C. Wiltse has this day been appointed Pound Keeper for the' Govern ment Pbnnd at Mana, District of Uamakn...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 July 1870
HONOLULU. JVLYVMk, 1870. The quarterly settlements hire occupied more or lessr oLtbe-ttee cf oar Inane? commnnity for the IrleV. 60 far as we can learn falucef t'hkre been proniiiUj met. The Anetisn business seems to be tiejjnlr branch of trade wWeh'sWwi anj actMty t present. Goods of H descriptions seem to bring fair prices at the usual reem rales, vhieh. owing to the dull state of tradc.ean, jnlTjbeaceonnted for by the fact that many of oof" fralers hare a mania for Auctions? ' We expect daring the coming season unusually dull times, net en aceennt of any falling off of production but from the economy which is being practiced in all branches of.botTneM", more" particularly on our plan tations? Trie falter may bo attributed to the experi ence of oar planters, which has enabled them to do the work of their plantations much more economical lyith'aaJn ieremer years. Beth the planters and la borers are benefitted by this experience, the former.by their better knowledge of the applicati...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 13 July 1870
f u ii i! i ! t f Xlic . .Fijian OlfHcalty. From th Sjduey M oralis Herald. so. a. I Stntlfartlier complte4tlonl"live "teen" added' to fthelJJUndlfflcaltj" since tbe publication of our sasfamcie in reference uiereio. we are now iuiu, first, that there has been renewed application to the British Government, forprotectlon, In which all the principal chlefk indn bite rcsldcntsfbave joined. Secondly, that there baa been a formal Invitation to the United States to " annex " the Archipelago, and tbtt this Invitation has been signed bv 200 persons; Including some of tbe principal chiefs. Thirdly, (and this piece of news comes from Europe,) that tbernssbnGoTernment Is "no disinclined" to add theTijis tolbe extended ana extending depen dencies over which tbe black eagle baa cast its shadow; and has sent a Tessel of war Into these seas in order It is believed to bring abont some snch arrangement. . . L. ' T T " t These items of Intelligence hare an important bearing npon each other. The renew...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian gazette. — 20 July 1870
mmm GAZETTE, HAWAIIAN PCBLISHED ,- Every "Wednesday Morning, AT SIX J) OLLAJIS PER ANNU2T. Forrlcn Subscribers, SS.00 lo $10.00. Office On Queon Street, iu the old Custom House Building, Honolulu, H. L Printed an jmbH-bed by 51. Ranxz, at the GrrerD jarst Printing OOce, to whom all bn sines conummlca sxoa nast be addressed- BOOK &m) JOB PRINTING ESTABLISHMEmfT. THIS OFFICE IS SOW PMF.UBaB TO EXEOUTE ALL. ORDERS ForElain and Fancy Prhtiii& Or EYSKY DBSCRnTION. iriTIT NEATNESS cfc DISPATCS. VOL. YI-1ST0. 27. HONOLULU, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1870. IS6.00 PER YEAE. BUSINESS NOTICES. ALEX. CAMPBELL, IVJCcircTi n.Ti-fc Tailor, Fort Street, ilenetata. opposite O. E. 'Wnliims' Fnraltnre It w arr-iuwmfi. jjo WW. IHTWPIIISEVK. IXPOETEE ACT WHOLESALE DEALER In Vh, rptrrt., Ale, Porter, Ac, Ac-, Merchant Street, llesratate. 1Mjt6 THOS. C. THRUM, Stencil Plate Cutter. Coisylstt and Callxraplier, Irani Cum orsr tlx Post office, Honolulu, II. 1. Jssmw imsnJ ! attend Is sll orders Id bis Hue, ...