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HY M." I'.'ADAMS.
Mortgagee'. Notice of Sale
He nitld of HKKU A MIMMIN. Morleacrf nf moil
est, rtff-l from J, Onu, f llllo, UUiol ot lli)li
Ustf 1 thf ttth 'J of Mawli, A. I) lW, anil ireonlM In
thf Hawaiian llfflslry i Denis In Ubfr ( p" 11
lit nd MM snail
0IJ.1, AT rilBI.Kt Al'tTIO.
IVr brrsf h of Ik rwilllnn nf lha itlil mpiI(c,
Saturday, Soptombor 4th, 1880,
At II oVWK mvn, l Mi falf lteont,
k CERTAIN LEASE
Tlvfr, the Hawaiian Hmfmmrnt In i KIM, nnmt'fre.1
1lnlhf Inlrrlor IVMHUfiil, enildsIM thf lflhof
l'abrosiT t ' ami as.lenM to Ihf aMJ 4'o.la on III
Mil March, tT, thf len.llf afd lhrrly bilne. tllnalf In
Walnaku and Wailua,
In aU IIIIa, an,t Inrlmtlnc en
Aroa of 3 1-3 A ores I
Thf Iron ef ld lessf I ten year, from Ihf ttlli rf bri
ti 7t rentM'ajfsr najalilf animalljln adianfet
uirs paid by Ir.sff l bnlUlefa to bo. renmifil bj If ,f e
I Id If tmlnallon of llif lfr
Mill Building nml Boiling IIouso
with parkin room attached
'Wore Ilorttn snd Otfee,
Trash lloe. Klnlne Hnom, (Vofc House,
llense for hltei.ah.nfr,,
llensf for JallU I-borera wllh rapacity for W nifn.
SKr Mill, KiirIup an Allarhmrnls,
IVinkrylKnclnr, 4 Cfntrlfncals. Hor-tina ran,,
Coflfrs, Ctarlftfts, f1f , l.
With cvftjlMnc tnjutstte for tht iiiannfattiiif nf f nf.ar
all situated npon the said If ard premise,
rnr further lutticulfff apply lf. 1 POl.h, Attor
ney for Ihf ramlfagee, tr
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
rly order of V II llKKHandJ V. KKAOMAKANI,
Administrator, of the Kstair of S Mpli llo of llllo,
Hawaii, decratrd, and pursuant to Ihf Onle r of !elf of
1h llr.n r H. I rnin. Cltrnll Jl.ilre fit ihr Thltd Ju
dicial Circuit, dated Ihf Slth day of Septf intwr, 11T9, 1
thsll otter for salr
On Saturday, September 4, 1880,
At IS o'clock noon, t nit ."ales lioom,
In Honolulu, Ihf tnllcitlnc
Lands situate in llilo,
Island of Hawaii,
ltfljal Pate nl (Grant). Situate In Aif,
17M WlnVn IS.M
JftVI " 1 40
1W " 1S,Q
8 , " Vs &
10 MoVnhonnk ST.
i0 " M
WS " N.M
SJO . , " " .
, SW0- ? 4 lUlfpun ,"- lM
"? V' i
' ToUl rrt , 194 01
N. IU About M rrf of Ihf abort Und, rf pUnlfd
llh Canr, rt rltoon.
Flnmc forconrjlncOn to Sncr XIII, nKint 1H
Tor fnrthfr prlitulr tpply In S. B.DOLK, Attornfy
for tbt Admlnlrtntnrf, or
K. !'. ADAMS, Anctlonftr.
By Order of Messrs. On Chong & Co.
ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, 1880,
Commtnelnc it 10 A. M., at Slr Room.
Ce Peanut Oil, Cams Soy, CaaeBioe Flour,
Jlfh In Oil, Cf Salt Cabbaef. China Shoe fZZZ
BookiWrapplnc Taper, Wrltl'nj Tapfr, Itlc Tana,
Cotton Milrtf, China Mrdlclnr , Chop Slick,,
Bxsket Tfa r-nts, lltrrowi, Doxra Tfa,
Rolls Matting, Chlnawar. Fana,
rn7 GfMis, Etc., Etc
t- TEJ(S AT EAUt.
E. T. ADAMS, Anctlonf er.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
ON KINO STREET.
Br Order nf the Chief Jutllce of the Supreme Court,
will be fold at Public Auction, at the front door of the
Government Honae, In Honolulu,
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25th,
At IS o'clock noon,
Valuable Real Ertate,
On the uakal aide ot Kins Street,
Orpodte Mr. Atkatrtoa'a Ua4damoa
Title, Rojal Patent.
Sale ordered becauae the owner are unable partition
ultboallofa. . .. . ,
E T. ADAMS, Anctlonffr.
nonolnln Sept. 8. 18W g--
INUFICTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIEi IX HONOLULU
Or other fuu utlba Ulaada,
CAN HAVB THEIB
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Bjr ttUostlM M Mr.B r. ADAMK. QaeM t4n4, h
kas oWcrljtlr aa4aa will. Frlota.
ONlUfil AT THE IfTOllE OF L W. HOPf
Blsok Walnut Bedroom Bsts,
BltUk ITslBBt BMebaautU,
iBek MTBlBall UlBiBf Ckalrtt
Oak Cbb Beat OIbIbi Cbli,
' CBttair MMrWta lf4if
L P. iMM. ttMT m THi HIW1NM ISUtM
mm. t ? v
FIIVIE'S OIAHFAtVI CIIBB.
to well and farorably known In lhl i reumcolty. cm
lw.yV-o4,.l.rfhWe44', Mo, (I KUk
B4rrrt. Call l and tool invht4. , J
Hoaalald, Vaauajy IT, Ma. l An
BY 0 S. B A KT0W.
HITI ATK AT II HO, HAWAII
tn pnrtnanff wllti l'ofr of Half tnnlatnfil In a r ft
lain mntlitilfM dlfil ISIh ila of Kftximt, IfTr
hUilf lirtorrn (t Mill of Ihf onf toll, ami HfT R wn
of Ihf olhrr pail anil rworilfil In l.lhfr M,pf 141,1 4 J
ami 141, ami araUnnl to I II Umllh, Mr ' H lUrlnw
It lnlni(trl liitfll at Tiiblle Anrllon, at lila lloonia In
ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4,
AT 19 on OCR NOON,
All lhof rf rlaln Irarl, ami )rrfl of land ltiialf1 In
Mainavn in w nun, nrrnnfi in uojai raifiii' .o.
I and INVVIijflhft nllhallllulMliiita and Mmctnira
iron, and all rrop, of l an ironlni; thrrfon, and all
aponrlfnanrfa thrrfnnlo liflnnilng. I'M fnrthfr
ivtillMilaf annir In
1 11 iiimiiii 1. iK.il. ,iiii?
IllOiril K lllt'KKUTON,
All'x for A,lenri of Moiiraitf, or
O , ifMlltlW, AurlliMiffr.
MORTOAOKK-H SALK Or
KANEOlir, KOOI.AVPOKO, OA1IU.
Xiillro la hfrfliy Rlrfn lhal nr,nant loal'onfrof
Salf rontalnfil In a f frtaln dfM of niorlci!f, dalfil
in 'JJnd, I'T'S madf bflnffn John Knnnltk) nn III"
nno parv and A J t'arlwrlqht of tho nlhr r pan, and re
rordfd In l.lhfr W, .f .Wand VWJ, Mr, l' , Harlow
I, Innrnrloil In af II, at hla room,,
On Saturday, September 4
At 13 u'rlixl noon.
All thotf tiroplfff, of IjhiI, Itnalrd at Kanohnulnlvl,
hanfnhf, KioOaupoW.), Oahn, hflni; Ihf land Of.
frlml In ltn)al Talent No, W, androntalnliiR
Twelve Kulo Patohes-1 00-100 AcreN
Vor partlcnlara applr In
Att'r fot Mortcaijf f, or to
O. S. 1IAUTOW, Auct'r.
Postponed to September 8.
Sale of Mortgaged Proporty.
ItTOTin; IN IIKKI.IIV 4JMI.M Til T. piir-
X ,nranr to a power or taio roniamni in a rf nam
mnilk'ncn, rialfd thf Tth dar of tvtoljf r, IS7, madf and
ftmitrd br l,aar Y. t)avl and I K. Dailn, hlf wlff,
to Frank ppfiicrt, and of rfrnrd In tho olllcf of thf
ltft1lrar of Conifranrfa. Honolulu. In 1 It r 4? on
pasra 191. 1)5 and lln nf nil,crllanfoii rreordj, for thf
imrpota of afcnrlnu thf Mini nf fiw hnnilrnl ami flflr
dnllara, Mllli Inlrrrtt, and for a brrarh nf thf coiidl
llona of raid morteacn dffd, I "III rrll at pnhllc auc
Hon. at ihf auction room oft d, llarton, at thf hour
otUtioon, on KDNKSIUY, tho Ulh darof Srplfin.
bff, IWI, all and fliiRiilar thf rfal ralatf In ald niort
pirrdffd ilfffrlhfd, on nrcimnl of tho brfach of aald
condltlnna. Thf Ural Katatn dc tcrlhrilln fald moftcano
dfrd and Inlrndfil lo bo fold, conlt of onf nuillvlilril
tfnth part of Ihc Ahnnnaa of Walkaloa, tllnatrd at
t alnira. South hchaln, llanilof Hawaii, ald Ahopuaa
rontalnlni; an arra of P-Viularrra. andfnllfdrffrllirdln
ltojil Patent No. N71, to 0, 1). llnrii
ljVT. C.JONKrl, hl atlornfy.
C, S. 1IMITOW, Auttlonrrr.
Honolnlrt, JnnoM, IPS ,
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th,
AT 10 A. M. WIM. UK SOLD
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hosiery,
AND A VARLBTr OF MXJtCIlAXDlSE.
tS TarUcnlars bj Tottfra.
O. S. IUItTOW, Aucfr.
- OKi:C4TTAUt: PIANO, A MOOD
P9ayagBaJ toned Inairumfiiu
f 4j I a K. llAltTOW.
Valuable Real Estate.
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN,
-- HO. 103 FOPT STREET,
Formrrly oonpirti br th lae Mrt. Wsck, brr; to In
form thcHdlffl of Honolulu, an of the ndjacnt
UUnds, that be will L(,ep couaUntlr
for le a eplrndld ud most
Hats Trimmed in the latest Styles,
And executed tn the moat
Brilliant and Delicate Nicety of the Art-
She tearea a (landing order with her agent, to con
FORWARD HER BY THE STEAMERS
LATEST & MOST ADVANCED STYLES
lu the Art orXllllurrj.
NotwIlhilanJInc the citra expenae of cettlne Gooda
to thla Klnsdom, lIKIt UlIAItOEb WILL 11 E AS MOD
KHAT& aa tbme of thv Mllllncra on the Coaat.
She will also keep a Selsct stock
OF LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S
BEAD MADE CLOTHING.
In Barrels and Cans, .
rea male hy
H. HAOiVFBLD lc OO.
TO THE LADIES
AMtktr ITt4e of tkt Celbrt4
70H TBE8EKVINO AD
JUST HECKIYED BY
HOLLISTER & CO, DmggitU,
U .aaimain atlrret
WM, G. IRWIN & CO.
HAVE JUbT ItECElVED AM
InroiceJof Lubricating; Oil
In Aitorted. Tackaje i, which they Ofcr for Sale.
THK UXDKIISIGX15D INTENDS
M- In about loo weeks to put on a lln of Uniulbnsea
twtwn Malklkl and Honelalij, f or Faaaeaifrs aid
rarcela, al Keaaoaabl Kaiea. fl. solicit, for thla pa
imh the patronage of thote baling buln.s hiwen
UalklklindHoaieliils). JAMBS IJOUD.
Holein. AnguU V 1BH. Hi lm
TOBACCO AMD CIOA11TTXI,
E mum iWr f7USLVs to.
New York nml Honolulu Pricket line.
,La AX A I VCHHKli Wlliljlli: AlL
9MB pin on fnrlhlapoit dlrrcl. to all from AaiaW
Nfn Vi'lW alninl liKUKMIIKII UL Tarllta drlrlii In
ff nr aparf for Ihf Ir nif rrliandltf hjr thla popular line
Hill ,1,1 ll lii arm! Ihf Ir nnlfra railr
'" ....... ti . . nfii.
t llllM ,i .V IIIIW
Aueiila. Nfiv oili
( H1M:.t tftlUK,
FOl. SAN KIIANCISCO.
Th t llppfi Hflinoiifr arht
Will have Quick Dlnpntch for tho nbovn Port
For Trflhl or panaf,apply lo
HI I WM. II. IIIWIW X CO.. Anenla
R)K SAN Fit A NCI SCO.
The AI Atnerlrnn HrlRanlliif
VON HOIIMIDT, .M later,
Will linvo qnlok dlnpntoh for ftliovo port.
For frrlitfU or pa,aga, apply In
i",.-.. . " IIAf'KIT.l.ll A ('.
FOR SAN FHANC1SCO.
with mitMUATi: ninrAirrii,
The Al Iron IStlrrino (Ulppr r
Mi-CONN KI.Ii, Uommnndfr,
Will ftall for the nlwvo portnbout Aii(riit 25
And will lahf froliitil at the lonrtt rnlliiK rat" For
frf Icht or panagf apply '"
nil ' ' tlV MAtlFAIH.Ni: A C0
C. BRF.WE & CO.'S
BOSTON LINEJDF PACKETS
,. tTh: a i iiaiik
ilUit " J3clxrfvr3. May,"
Will lefve Boiton for Honolulu Dlroot on
or about, the lftth of Novembor next,
For fnrthfr parllcnlam appl)tln
BID am O. 1I1U5WI5U A CO., Arjrntf.
THK STAUNCH SCHOONKIl
A WARWICK. A
S3 TONS ItKdlSTh'lt,
Unlltby D,Foalcr ACo. The Wnrlk la well found
and ready for ea,
For fnrthfr particular, nppl) In
Ull .! OA1T..IAUOII KOVr SJjJThb. 'Jf'E;
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 OilppfrHchoonrr,
Will fall from Honolulu to llllo direct, and will call at
Interinrdlalu Porta on the rrtnrn trip.
For Freight or Ta.y , tn jhe gaffrf
Regular Packet torHilo & Kaupakuea.
The) 4'llirr Nclinoncr
.H ALEAK ALA!
For Ifrt'Uhtcr 1'aawKn, appl) to
m am aI.I.K.n' .t IIOIIINSON, Agfiila.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE RPI.KMltn NTKAMNIIir
CITY OF SYDNEY !
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, 8ept.'27.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
THK Nl'I.r.XniI. NTF.AMNHIP
CITY ofIVK W YORK
On or about Monday, Sept. 6th.
for Freight and Paaue, appl to
80, in. H. HACICFEI.D A CO., AKellta.
DiMMlai tr Jihlpiaifiut per Nlomnrr rait now
be NIorMl, Free l Cluarn-e. in Ihf Flreprol
Warelieuae iirnr tho Wtewiiier Wharf.
TI1VIES T.A.TIT ,E
HINO. llll MAttrKIt
Tntsday. Alien, 1 24th, 8 p m Clrci'lt of Hainnll
Tncfdaj, AnRiift 31H. A p m ..............llllo
Tue ,d,y, September 7th, S p tn Circuit of Hawaii
Tueaday, September 14th, & pm.. .......... ."Ullri
Tuerday. September Sift, 5 p m Clrtnlt of Hawaii
Tueday. beptemhcrS8th,5 pm Hllo
or- Xe Uretllt fur IoauuK Money. -o
We poalthely decline ro open account, for Taaica,
and wo particularly call the attention of tho trmrllnj,
pnhllc to theneceaalty of haliic, BmfKape and Frelchl
plainly marked; the Steamer will not bo responsible
for any unmarked llsc"se, or for Friljht or Parcels,
nnkae Hecfpe4 for.
Freight Mony Da on Dommd.
In'all caaea of frclRht for partita not reajionalble, or
nnknow n, the freight money will be required In adrnnco
1AUAUEM rMUORN atn4 M1JIBI4 BUN.
BB PLAINLY MARKED
For the party whom they are for, or plainly ttated In the
receipt to whom they art con, li;nfd.
All demands for damage or losa muat be made within
In no way liable for loa or arcldent to llc atock,
ftf HnclcDrlvfra, liny, and a uch like, lll not bo
owed on board the Steamer on arrival, until after tho
passengera have been landed.
y808 VIIDKU CO
A."' FRANK COOKE
AGENT lOU THK FOLLOWING- COAHTJiRSt
Waaoii. Jim J-mn.
-WtvUka, MBqVi WaUmaUu,
FLAG ned with While IU1I. Offlce-Corncr of Queen
and Nuuanu btrceta. 1
FOR EUROPE VIA NEW YORK
. wS i ., H 3
Two t3ailingB Eyery Week.
VUBt iVKKPOOI. i
From JTetff York every Wednesday,
From Untton evnry Saturday,
SATIS ! FASSASIl,
NO, and B1M UI4
Aruirdlus U Accommodation.
UKTUKN TI0KKTB ON FAVOHAI1LB TKRUB.
Ntjsea(e ........... ..... ..- Vmtrmej
Uood axcommodatlona can alwaya be awcured on .ppll.
cation to j
WILLIAMS, DIJIOND A Co.,
v Husl St.. Bnatoa,
C. O, FHANCKLVN.
4 Bowlloi Ureeo, Mtt York,
'otlc.toFaaMair from Aaatnte. MevSUkod and
Honolulu. Th.Cunard IJn aJTorda mora than usual fa
cilities tottiroutipaoara from trana-Paclfloporu, lha
f requf ncy of lu aalllnai precluding eJI pcaalWUty of delky
Uood comao4tiona aderaja ree;vl.
r " t-ci. n vHA.nuKi.YN.
jlk o. Srwr C.-Asnt. Jit
SJBBf af.rcbaniils. r.c.lrti. Bleraare Vrts asl
MTW HI mMLM.1 NCIET LMEI
- ia. If ft 1W J asaaaajaaaaw t. j ,- r
J 0.,Sr.w.r 0'.Agnt. JiL
SJBSE ravwaAto ajrnsaal cam al,s b.SJBSi
mSsTKi alMM a.d iWaml r.ON. Bm, WC.mK
r rcM4M io ax ,. aaaeaaa. atyw rui
rVW4rii re4.-'4Br tMaa aaafe.,
tad -M Batten,
laitE MAN'S IUND
A LoailinK nomb Company,
Aaiatt, Juno lli,, ,i hi miihi ii. i .1117,11117, IT
Additional ('aili Capital (noiy hflnR railed In) IVVI,iiii
liilhl AOfl . I.IIT,.r7,7
rpiin I'lltKMAN'H l-MWIJ INMITIt-
I ANCI". 1 dMTANV l.ala It. flalnia In Ihf heat
iarnnif iipon a found nnaiirUirniidlllnn, trlnfnrefil
liy lla arrf.alni of rapllal. iiltlntf It iifrr anillllmi
ai roiiiiiiinii, tnnrnrefii
1. 1.... II i.aa a ...llll....
ilnllart in a.tfia lt rfnmn ajitfiii of Acf nrlea, In-
UI1KIU II Ii.I'l III, ,,,
anrluB It a laruflprfinlliM Infnnif, wiinoni Hie nrraa
Iff nl I, rmrriiifatloii Tif llnrai lla adh
r hfar rniffiilrallnii W llnrai lla ailliflriife in
Ihf lifl prlnrlplia and prerllrfaiif llnilfrnillliiKt hr
mif n. fair and rtattlr f irf ffil ronlracla, and prompt
and rniiltahlo llnatnirnl and patnifnl of ligltlmaln
In. .fa, , . .
l'orafenlffn viaralllma liffii fa, malily known aa n
rontrrtatlve iiiuliinillfr, nml iIiiiIiik III It llnte haa
4,(KXMMN) IN I-ONlJ,
Ta.tlng liliimiihailly llirnuith Ihf hrnvlfat ronllaara.
llona Kimmi In iiioilrin hlalnry.
IHMIKII A t'n, Aairnla,
ISm Honolulu, lljjli
I, nf rialoronlaltii'dliiarfrlnln Mniluatn llccit slYf n
liy N N NIIKKIt MA, J tMttwillit, ilalfd.lan Ul,
S7M, lee nrdfil III LllifC M. folio 4 l. the iinderalKiirtl
uliffa liullrn that lie llilriul. In fnirrlii.n aald MmlLnun
fnrroiiillllnii lirnVtn, and "III ffllat 1'nl.lln Aiirllim,
nlllin Aiicllnn Iliiiina v( l IV Auin, III llnnnliilu,
On 8ixtunly. the lBth dny of Beplember,
IM at It ilVlork iiiioii all lh plf nilaea ilrtetllifil In
aald Mortgage, tll All that tiactnf land ot halannn,
K'ia, tiahu, (iintnlnlnit U arn'a, 'J clinln . .) I III), and dm
tlAHri.K.t IIATI'll, Mtortnya fwi Mnrlgan"1- "'"
A FINK AH9011TMKMTAT
A. W. RICHARDSON ft CO.'S,
HI! lm Oornrr Fort and Mfrclianl Hla.
A NEW fiflf) LOTOV
lolnxMCf BarrelN 1
And For Male hy
J, II. HltUNH,
I.AnilK AXII "4llU'4RTAni.Y
X nlahrd llnoma
Ihi.)u .1 M. A n.p.l... f ana lur..
ilonra from Ilorflanlialrffl. Hll
DILLINGHAM & GO.
37 Fort Strodt,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A TINE ASSOltiMENT OF
Geo. Wostenholm's Celebrated Cutlery
rOOKET KNIVES, '
All NUpbi nnrl Hhnpca.
Cast Steel Firmer Ohiiels,
Steel Measuring Tapes,
Metallic Measuring Tapes,
FENCE WIRE STETCUERS
For Ncltlnir up Wliei t'euccai'
HARNESS, BRIDLE, TRACE
POLICE HAND CUFFS!
Tinned and Ironed Tablo Spoons,
Suitor's Light Balances,
Painter's Graiuiog Combs,
Limerick Fish Hooks,
All direct from the Manufacturer in England.
AMERICAN COFFEE MILLS.
Hygienic Water Titters fc Cooles,
No lee KeMiUlred.
JEWETT'S PATENT ,
WATER FILTERS & COOLERS
(With com pari weaalivr lee.)
Haye Constantly on hand
Home Parniihing Goods,
Silver Plated Ware
Lamps and Chandeliers, ,
Counter and Platform Scales,
Carbolized Itubbcr Hobo, 3 and 4 ply.
OELEBSATSD MOLINE PLOWI
Paris Steel Plows,
!Pi7A Jrtn and Wood HaniUe.
THE BAIN WAGON
C0RTL1KD WAGON F8 CO.
Gihuizi. wi Painted IvUi Wirt
AM T A !.. L
Averill't Chemical Paint,
California Wire Works,
Hallidlo's Wire Rope,
Albany Lubricating Compound, "
Albany Cylodor Oil.
M LUNCH AM eV CO.
T NI SlirawSJ(
vxt i rff iTT zpBBjfM,r--wr''Vw
SHI'TUMMM A, 18(40
wotkh or Tim wr.mc.
M'u nro reqiiniilml Id hMIp, by ti;ar.
Whitney fi Itolmrlnoii, Hint tlio Inlrrntili alj;
tinl nf tlin ntniiinnr 0, H, Mi'mi will lm tilini
Imr III, -
Tim post nf keeper of llio I'olloo Hlntlnn,
vnnnleil by tlin ilontli of llio Into Aloitmlor
MoDulf, Imn Iimii fit led liy llio niioltitiiiqnt nf
Vi'k litmr (lint tlio Vlrnniiiii of lliln tilly ln
Itunl L welcome liuiiin Olilof l!ntnppr Clno,
liiions (nmrltil by Dm ntcitiner mi Momlrty)
wllli n tonilill;lit prpci sxloti,
Hiiuom. 'Itm ri'ixirl wit current m tlienlreet
yoeloriliiy lint t Mr, II, Htlrllnn Imil Ihuiii rollnyml
from niiporlltletulliiK llio nrontlnti (if" tlin nnw pal'
iti-o, Alan, Unit Mr, W, M. (lllwni Imn liecn np
IMilntoil n iiininlifr of tlin I'rlry Council)
Oim tlmiikM nro iliio to Mr, T. (I, Thrum,
slntlonnr, for Into pnpnrN from both Awitralln
nml Cnllfornls, nml nlno for n mirlim of (lm
" Hiijjnr Onno," rt iinoful mniillily pillillnlieil In
It In reported (lint Dm Ariiistrnnir iimiinlon
nml Kroiimln on llnrtitmiln nticiit linvo linnn
sold to llio Komnii Cntliolln Mlnqlon, tlin object
boliiu; Hie) oHtitlilislimenl of .tlio;' lionnllnt;
In ilufornnco to n voto of tlio llonso of Com
mons tlin Uoitiiof Wentmliilritorlinn wltliilrnwu
lilri piTinlaftliiii for tlio orootlon of tlio propomid
inoiiiiiiiont to tlio Prlnra IinporUl In Henry
VII. qimpel, In tlio Abboy.
Wk tiof to cnll tlio nttontlfii oftlio nutliorU
tlon to tlio fact, Hint drivers of loiulcil rlriiyfi
conthiiio to drivo tliroiiRb tlio streets nt it trot,
notwltlistniidlti); tlio law fihtioltitnly forlild
Injr their Koitit; boyonil u wnlk, approved All);.
IiUiiiTH. Whoso duty is it to son tlio now
law enrriod out rcHpoclinj; nil currlnj;cH lmv
ing tliolr lainpn trimmed nml lmriiini; Hint
trnvol our tliorniiglifnron nfterdnrk ? In tillitri
no dnrk ns ours wo rogrot to say thoy nro yet
ofton mot with, despito tho luw'n puiiullios.
Sucn Ih tno univarsnl diillnrHs nml quiet
Hint provuiln in tho city, that "tho snnppor up
of ttiiconnldorod tnlloH," whoso provlnco it is
to till this column, hIIih for tho advent of a
professional ' nccideut maker," a trade, it is
said, onco in voguo amongst London journnl-
Thujihiiay lust, tho -ml instant, vim tho
birth-day of II. It. II. tho Hoir Appnrotit, As
wo nro informed, tlio firing of a saluto, which
is uriiiiI on Hiicli nu occasion, wuh omitted nt
tho Princess' own request. On tho uaino day
II. It. II. nnd siiilo embarked for Maui on tho
0. 11. Bishop, for a fortnight's vinil.
On tho Inst trip of tho Htoamcr Lehua to
windward, sho called at Kniiimkakai, Molo
kai, to land panaongors nml freight. Tho
boat was Ronton shore, woll loaded, but tak
ing tho wrong courso sho was enpni.od in tho
Biirr. Ono foroignor only was among tho pas
sotigorH, and ho would linvo boon drowned
but for tho natives, who helped him to tho
The war between Chili on the ono hand and
Poru and Bolivia on tho otlior still drugs on,
but with advantago to tho Chilenos. Callad
and Lima nro blockaded and Aricn andTiieim
takon. Mediation has been offorod by tho
United States, but rojoctcd, and tho great
Europoan powers aro restrained from attempt
ing tlioir good offices by tho almost certain re
fusal and so tho wrotched quarrel is kopt up.
Tho groat argumont In favor of increased
Chinese immigration is undorstood to bo that
it would moot tho currency difficulty arising
from tho depreciation of silver value. Tho
Chineso aro great tea-consumers. Import a
million of them, make it ponal to drink tea
without spoons, and there at once you bavo a
demand for the proeious metal which would
causo an immediate rise. Then soil the spoons
and begin again.
Bxbbtania Street beyond Punchbowl Streot
has been rnsdo brighter by the addition of
several lamps during the past woek. The res
idents thereon fool thankful for this small
favor, but ask how about the roods ? Whon
aro thoy to bo entitled to something nioro than
sn attempt to fill up tho ruts with a few
shnvolsful of rotten stono? This being a
favorlto drivo road, colli for a share oi time
and labor to bo oxponded thereon.
Imi-uovkmknts. We noto tho auctiou
room of E. P. Adams as boing throughly reno
vated and improved for tho bonoflt of buj era
and Boilers. In tlio moan timo tho room at
tho foot of Kaahumanu Street, adjoining A. W.
Picrco & Co.'s, serves as a salesroom.
On Fort Street a portion of Mr. Hoth's
frontago is being transformed into a "paluce
new," for Mr. E. Weller, who expects to open
up shortly with a fino display, and be ready
to attend to all tho ilia that " time-keepers "
aro hoir to.
Two narrow escapes from severe bodily in
jury, if not death, occurred on Wednesday
In tho first instance, a carpenter named D.
Norris. employed on tho now brick building of
Mr, Puiko on Nuuanu streot, stepping on uu
tinsecuied plank of a staging, foil some 15 or
20 feet and the derelict plank fell on him.
Strsnge lo say, ho waa comparatively unhurt.
The second case was that of a native painter
ut work pn tho ' lookout " of F. j A. Schaefor &
Co.'s building, Merchant streot. His paint
bucket slipped from his grasp and slid down
tho roof, Tn trying to catch it he lost bis hold
and was fast (allowing (be buoket faclllt de
icentut when, desperately clutching at tho
slates, he saved himself snd crawled up again
by tho ridge, escaping a fall of fully 30 feet to
, A SsAoN or Finns. foe past summer
may be appropriately thus designated. From
all parts of the world' we have- accounts of
destraction by the Arc tend, either through'
tho sgency of IncendlarieB or from accident,
or " unknown," Some of the California and
Nevada pities have been acre than once awept
by fires, notably Eureka, in Nevada, watch
has twice srferedj latterly on the 17th of
August, whin tU towTki aent44.U) bvn
been, almost coniplly burnt. Frpa Europe
AerieVare to b
ana me sMsterH pistes oi ah
read lories of neat " --' " and now
froM AnatraUa wa af deeWtselsva Ires at
yaay' mA sUswhsw. Atilfa-ay, on tU
'(f-te'Jaly M;.tr.WrMurat1ta U,
mkwAMh ftWMf MflWtf jmAZAaAJ a fjf aaft
"H WM W Vff-ST tfW Ws"a" ar- f " rw f)-I
abeat , wm decoyed. Oa'AeaitM
tl ftk-i t4k'f tk 4-a Bik aM iwMTirTal
In, (fri& strae4, wtMif''f4of
valued nt about 8100,000, Again, on tho 2fltli,
on Hot any Komi, n fire destroyed 110,000,
worth. Altogether, within six days, a loss of
nbout a qunrlnr of n million of dollars. Kven
poor little Fiji hss bom visited, and linn, Hm
capital of llio I!xKlt)g was lolnlly destroyed
one night In July, with heavy lots to tlin im
tlvnn, Honolulu Is to lm tongrstiilntml on
having been so far exempt this year, Let
us not forget however (hat ntornnl vlgllsnco Is
tho prion of safety,
, , - i i
Oimi firKAii Maiunk, While tho Impetus
given to tho agricultural prodiiotloii of tlio
country by rennon of tlin reciprocity treaty
has led to tho addition of numerous liandsomo
ami well. built sailing crnft, tho growth of our
liitor-laUnil slenm innrlnn Is rnmnrknble, and
ii woinlnr tn thoso who rnmninber tho nihcnt
In IftflO of thn old Kllalion," nil llio way
mound thn Horn from Now London. Our
nleiiiu Until now numbers night vitsaeln, and nil
ns good ns now, These nrot "Llkellkn,"
"Kllniion linn," " Wnlmniinto," " Mokolll,"
" I.elum," ". lumen Makon," "(J, It, Illshnp,"
nnd thn tug ' Knplolnnl," With tho excep
tion of tho "Klliiuoa Hon," this (Inolhiotof
Htniiuch snn-goliig stcniiiors worn nil built in
Onllfornln, thus giving hnr inuohniikn nnd ma
nhlnlstn n round Hlmrn lu thn benefits reuniting
from rnfllprocliy, lVo lonrn that nnothor
iitoninor, of about tho tonnngo of tho " l,lko
like," Is now being built ul fku Francisco for
Messrs. Fostor & Co,, mid Inloinled tn run on
llio Knna nml Knit roll to. Htill nnothor is
spoken of ns cottemplalod by n Arm of this
city largely Interested In tho coasting trade.
Mr. Wilder was rosily tho pioneer In the
steamboat business of tlio Islntiits, nnd some
who then regartlod him ns visionary nro now
fain to follow his example.
Tim vounrablo Fileiul has it page edited by a
committee nf thn Y, M. O. A. In the Inmin for tlio
priiHont month this ixlltorlnl ooiinnlttco " lilglily
oommond" His MnjfHty tot having vetoed certain
bills inascil by thn Lnglalaluro, IncludluK among
tho rt at " an Ant to rogitlaUr tho unto of nwn." It
is rosieotfully HiiKKstd that this editorial com
mltloo might with advantage tnkn thn pains nf
nHoortaliilng facts boforn imititig conclusions on
iiiir. The nvrn Inw, ns it stood for many years
on the stattito IhkiIc, provided for llconsing the
sain in certain localities only, and It wns n flnnblo
offnnsn to sell to any jmrson who ootild not pro
dnco a oortlflcnto from n reiiulnr physician, pro
sorllilng the nso of awa for such person. Ily suo
oessive nmondrnents, however, tho good points of
this law linvo tieou fritburcd away, until now, tho
holder of a llconso may noil nwn In any or every
part of his district, nnd to any person whatsoever
without regard to any limit ns to quantity or tlio
prescription of a physician. To lio sure, tho
latter requisite amountod in the main to a mere
farco bnt tlio result had now litnn arrived at that
nwn is prnctlcally free. It Is doubtful, Indeed,
whothor a conviction could lo obtained to-day for
selling awa without a license. It wns to remedy
these manifest evils to tho Hawaiian people, that
tho act referred to was Introduced, and for vetoing
which tho editorial committee of the Y, M. C. A.,
through the columns of the Friend, gravely do
clare that His Majesty has been, and ought to bo,
" highly comracndi d 1" '
Rainfall. This portion of tho group, at
least, hits boon favored with ample rains dur
ing tho past oight months ; tho rato of increase
ovor last year (which was by no moans a dry
ono) boing ovor soven inches. Wo have been
favorod, by different observers, with tho re
cords kopt, ns follows :
At Dr. R. McKibliin's, Boretania stroot :
January.... 2.90 inches. May 0.18 inches.
February.. .4.MJ " Juno....,..O.t "
March 2.88 " July C.0C5 "
April l.tt !' August 0.84 "
Total for 8 months, 20.84 Inches.
At Mr. W. W. Ifall'e, Nuuanu Avenuo t
January.. ..4.01 inches. May 0.70 inches.
February.. 7.0T. " Jane 2.03 "
March ....4.72 ", July...,...70 "
April 3.82 ' .August.... 1.97 "
At Mr. John Wildor'B Ico Factory, Nuuanu
January.. 00 Inches. May 8.12 inches.
Fchruary.10.84 " June 4JW "
March 8.ir. " Jnly 10.80 "
April 12.84 August.... 8.04 "
Total, r.7.19 inches.
It will bo observed ihat there is' a very con
siderable divergenco in the amount of rainfall
as reported by these tlirco obsorvors. Their
rotative positions will, in tho main, explain
this fact. That of Dr. McKibbin ia situated
in the east part of tho city and under tho loo
of Punchbowl Hill ; Mr. Hall's residence is
on tho avonue about u mile from the Post
Office; whilo Mr. Wilder, who reports tho
largo amount of S7.10 inches, is situated up
tho valloy, halfway to tho Pali. For tho
samo poriod last year, ho reported 40.86 inches.
Ms.EDiTOBt-The writer "EleUka" in the Kn
Hawaii Pataina would do well to remember the
following words of Kalakaua written to the Adttr
tl$er in December, 1873, beforo he was elected
"Wo may say to tho world," said Kalakaua, "aa
our neighbor the United States says, that we have
alwaya welcomed foreigners to our shores. Let
thorn come, nnd bring with them money and skill
to develop the resources of our eountry. Here as
in the free-st and strongest nation in the world,
all men will be protected in their rights under
civilized laws. Wiotrer tayi lhal ikit i' not to, U
in my opinion no friend of Hawaii or of Jlatmiian
imltptndtutt, A great deal has been said by a few
persons in our community to the effect, that the
natives are antagonistic to the foreigners. This I
dknt, snd I lake this opportunity to asy that no
such feeling exists, 4c., Ac.
"Eleleka" reads English or he would not be
able to quote from Oen. Armstrong's address ot
the poetry of Robert Bums, and it is to be hoped
that he will read the above and then say If his in
flammatory article are not calculated to stir cp
that feeling of antagonism of races, which Kala
kaua our present King, says did not exist in 1873,
and certainly has not grown up sinee.
Hawthorne's CwwUr lifwitaet.
Mn, Editor ; Bomo people are condemned
to suffer from lack of approclatiou. Being im
pressed with this mournful sxIobb, I sand you
an extract from " Uewthorno'a Cousulsr Ex
perience " whilo at Liverpool, which we liay
bo allowed to hope, will awaken the conscience
of the community lo some little sense of their
responsibility in, this respect. Muy have pro
bably seen it lore, but many awe, perhaps,
have not. Tq these unfortunate many, may it'
proye useiui in awsaenug in, faem a sense af
the desolation that might have bata Mrs.
Suppose that Kngliak claim, for example,
had been proven. Alas, the thought I Than
wa might have bean red need to that peiafally
helpless condition of sheep wlttart a shepherd.
Truly we can echo the ssaUmsat of lha pet
The es4dat sat Ihaa' t jnifM have been.' "
Hespeotully yours, -, ,
n,i.JlT- a--rrTTT.11T1rt Mn..
nunoi tOfnad ;aanisw, tiiisilrni, Iaeas4ri-
and sash an Sffamnt -Waillsill n to gsMsul --ihilMtr,taynwsnMhieefcail-iiet,g
st sys awsne) anatnassni aaassM walk at
Hs. Yet, MfaMn.tw hk hm,h.ha4-mat
tonsit1iM)it Upsurges nf nmonl vsHedsmt tumul
tuous iiilalenco, having lu born at ses, nf Amor
loan imrsutsKti, but on losrd of s Hpnnlalj vessel,
and speinllng innny nf tint subsequent yenis In
voyage! travels nml ontlamllsh liielilenls nml
Vicissitudes, which, me tlimiHlit, had hsnlly been
(srnllnleil slnon thn ilnysof (Intllver or PeVoo.
When his dignified rwefve was nvarcomn, he had
thn fsonlty of narration thesn ndrentnres with
wotiderfnl eloqiiftic, working lip his ilfaorl)tln
skntehes with Intultlvn wrrottloti of tlin pldlnr
rsqiin (Hihits that thn whole was thrown forward
with A ixMltltnly lllualtn effect, llkn mstlofs of
your (mo vlmial mi rlnnoe, In Mot, thoy wnrn so
ndmlrnhly ilonii that I could nerer more than half
betlnrn them, benniiaa I lii) genuine affair of Ufa
nro not apt totrnnsset thetnlres lu, nrtlntlcnlly,
Many of his seniles were laid In the fast nnd
among tliim ftoldotn visited Archipelagoes of llio
Indian Orsu, so that them wns sn Orlnnlsl fr.
granca lueatliln throogli his talk and snolorof
tlioHjiIca Islands still lingering In his garments,
lln had iniirli (o say of the detlghifiil qiislltlfs of
thn Malay plrstes, who, Indent, carry i n preda
tory warfare ngnlnsl ll in ships Of hit r-tyrrd na
tions, and cut every christian throat nmoug their
prisoners) but (except for doedsof that character,
which nrn tho ruin and habit of their llfn, nml n
matter nf religion nml conscience with them,) they
arn n gntitlo natures! people, of primitive Imocfmco
" Hut his bent story wns nliOut a rsfn of meti, (If
molt they warn,) who noemrd so fully to fmillii
Hwlf t's wleked fablu ot thn YiiIiixki, Hint my friend
was iiiuoh i lernlsed with psyrholo((cnl sikkmiIa
tlons whether or no they had any souls. They
dwelt In the wilds of Ceylon, llkn other sytvagn
boasts, hairy, nnd spoiled with tufts of fur, filthy,
shameless, wnnionless, (though warlike In their
Individual bent,) toolloaa, IiuumoIiwi, Isngnngeh ns,
eicepl for n fow gtitturral sounds, lildooualy ills
soiinnt, whernliy thoy held some rudest kind of
uouimnnlcntlou ninonrj thnmselvisi. They Inoked
both memory nnd foresight, and were wholly des
titute of government, social Institutions or Inw'or
rulnrshlp of any description, eioopt the Iminediatn
tyranny of thn strongest radically nntamahlo,
moreover, save that the taaoplo of tho eountry
niniuijjvd to subject a firw of thn Jess l'nloiis slid
stupid ones, to outdoor servitude among, their
other entile. They were beastly in slmost all
their attrihates, and that In such a degree that tho
observer, losing sight of any link betwixt them
and manhood, could generally Witness their brutal-itlf-n
without greater horror than at those) at soino
dlsngrnoahle quadruped lu a mensgerle. Anil yet,
nt times, ootnprlsinK what wern the lowest general
traits in his own rnce, with what was highest in
these abominable monsters, he found a ghastly
similitude that half compelled him to rneognizo
them as human brethren.
" After these Gulllverian researches, my ogroonlilo
acquaintance had fallen under the ban of tho
Dutch government, and had suffered (this, nl leant,
being matter of fnc() nearly two years imprison
ment with confiscation of a large amount of pro
perty, for which Mr. Itelmont, our minister at tho
Hague, had Just mado peremptory demand of ro
imburscment and damages. Meanwhile, since ar
riving in England on his way to tho United Htatcs,
ho had been providontiatly led to Inquire into tho
ciroumstaucea of his birth on shipboard, nnd had
discovered that not himself alone, but another
baby, had coma into the world during the namo
voyage of tho prolific vessel, nnd that there were
almost Irrefragable reasons for belleying that these
two children had been assigned to tho wrong
mothers. Many reminiscences of his early days
confirmed him in tho idea that his nominal parents
wore aware of the exchange. Tho family to which
he folt authorized to attribute his lineage was that
of a nobleman, in the plctnro gallery of whoso
country seat (whence, if I mistake not, our adven
turous friend had Just rotumed) be had discov
ered a portrait bearing a striking resemblance to
himself. As noon as be should have reported tho
ontrageous action of the Dutch government to
President Pierce and the Secretary of State, and
recovered the confiscated proporty, be proposed to
return to England nnd establish bis claim to tho
nobleman's title and estate.
" I had accepted his Oriental fantasies, (which,
indeed, to do blm Justice, have been recorded by
sciontlflo societies among the genuine phenomena
of natural history,) not aa matters of tndubitablo
eredonoe, but as allowable specimens of an imagi
native traveller's vivid coloring and rich embroid
ery on tho coarse texture and dull neutral tints of
truth. The English romance was among the latest
communications that lie intrusted to my private
oar and aa noon as I beard tlio first chapter, so
wonderfully akin to what I might have wrought
out of my own bead, not impractiaed in such fig
ments, I began to repent having made myself re
sponsible for tho future nobleman's passage home
ward in the nest Collins steamer. Nevertheless,
should his English rent roll fall a little behind
hand, his Dutch claim for a hundred thousand
dollars was certainly In the hands of ont govern
ment, and might at least be valuable to the extent
of thirty pounds, which I had engaged to pay on
bis behalf. But I have reason to fear.ttwt hla
Dutch riches turned out to be Date- cilt or fsiry
gold, and his English eountry seat a mere emails in
the ah, which I exceedingly regret, for be was a
most delightful companion aadaverygeaUs isnly
G00 KIMS 6MND OPENING, SEPT. 4(
China Silks, Matting, Tea,
A FULL LUX 01 VKSKWU GOOM !
ALSO, A VERY FULL KTOCK. OF
Eng li-h and A-urioan Dry Croodi.
THK F1RK MARSHAL'S JOFFICB
will bo located la the Bell Tower In tMs city.
Offlco boars from tt to 10 o'clock A. M. aaU froea 9 to 3
O'CIOCk 1'. M. JAMB W. MCUUIBK,
DIM0LTJTI0V OI CO-FAJiTOltMIP,
NOTJOK IS II Kit Kit Y OIVKN
that the partner, hip htretofoee.eilstlnj- between
KW.Oransl.audA. MAktrMflf. alo4ar baalataa st
the comer of King and Bethel streets, lloaplals, suder
the Inn name of Srsnala 4k Aldrlaie, It this sty dis
eolved by inatiul content. A. X. AJarUxvwUI continue
the bnslneaa of Uontractlsjr and Bnl tdlni. and will re-
leelpt ell bills and pty all 4bU teUatzlif toitha lata
Ilonolnln. Aogntl7. IMW. , , Sll
WIIKRKAS THK UNDKR8IGNKD
has bt-n reqseaad by 8. B. Dole, to propilyde-
Ana the boundaries
oi aaunaaiis, auuiea ia a-awao.
Island of Maul, II. I.
,"H It nereby mad
TN ACCXJRDANCK WITH A TOWKR
A or aaw coaiBMi is a uruisi Mertw
ooUrtlkat he iBttadt toforacles asilMn for
coeiltWa brekea. sad will seilal fStte Mags. 5
is. acuan waa yi m, r. AM, k
Ott tnjlMdftf, Ik VUk fcf W
laW. all the jw? lalstt deairle-4 In tsM
N.T. .. sai ssots.
ic winiB(T i as-rx
?WifM,.rta teaM lasj-ilaf.
ywwu-i ,a yai rMHI I, TSS. MWUjf1nUT
CASTLK 4 HATCH. AUaraiSe.
LXXJRDA WJC WITK At
auown io an owncra i Anupuaas, uia anc Tract, or
land adjolnlnir HalliaelU, tail Tbsroa-v.' Sept. K, al
10 o'doak A. ft., st tb Court House st Wsllukw, Maul.
It the time and pUcs for keertsg taeh rteata. '
m. or sale eoeuisa- la a astasia mmsa-S waea imp
'caaTti 4 1 BATf wLimmlfc U ui6B!!!
ltitale,A. Him. , w3frairBi t
Aidfr. eV'la ,. mmHjmaMiim