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I1Y JS. I. ADAMS.
lljr nnlrr of Messrs. 0. TV. MflcfurUiio&CX
Thurmlay find Friday, Oct. 21 & 22,
M Id M nt Haifa Itwni, nlll , anlil
a l.llmrnl CffsfllL lo flin Trade,
fi w (inmlt Jit't rrenlrrtl n flly of flnnkln,
(nun llla'tfiiw, Atwliittirr Inle arrival I
I'miey Prints, assorted Hi) leu,
Dunlins, lingclol'', I. wiiK,Mosipill( Not, Ac.
Woolen nml (Vrttoli Hlilf Is,
Blanket Wlilteniitl Cnlurril.
Towels, llniiilkorcltlrfit, Napkins,
Men nlHl Winiirnrt none, tolMM,
llrnlil, 'VnvfK, iVr..
I'mullng Linen, Llnc.ii Drill,
Hilkf-llliick nml Oilnrnl,
Hllk miliums, Vilvul lllbboim,
Imlln Orali Hllk llmiilkdrclilcfx,
Mriipni'U Carets, Hugs, Ac.
Bags Sugar and Rice.
Onlv.iniiKl Iron Tanks, Onlvnnlred Duckets,
I'i'liro Wire, Anvils, VIccr, I'lles.le.
llnmlsimin Tnlliil. Breakfast, Dlnuor,
DnHKi'rtfliiil 'IVn Bets.
Wlmi Ulnsses, Decanters, Tunililrrs,
(lohlrtn, Hugar IIowIm, Butler Coolers,
Flower Pots, Flower Tubi h.
Ko.ip, brown nml blno motile.
Aids, Portor, Wlnos, Liquors, Ac
ItTTIIHMH AT HAM',.
K. V. AD AMU, .Aiicl'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
11 Onlnr of the Trinlen nf tliu I.ilnnllln Kutate,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1880,
At l'.' o'clock inon. nt my Hnlea Itrmm In Honolulu
I nlmll nller fur mlo lit auction
THE LAND OF LALAKEA
Area 2311 acre, nnd
The Ahupuaa of Waikoekoe
Area 1770 ncre, Awiril II, Apann 2,
AilJolnliiReacli other: Hltuntr In Uamnknn, Iilnm! of
Ilitnnll, containing rich
SUGAR, FOREST & PASTURE LANDS
Important Water Rights.
AlHipuwi of llontmtiioiiui, nren 3G2 ncrcs,
Awurd 8559 B, Aprtnn, 7.
Aruiiitmi of Lohnulnnui, urea ncrcs,
Roynl I'fitont 7455.
A1ni)uua of Knwnnui, area 380 acres,
Hoy til Patent 7454.
Ahnnuna of Iianih'iiimu, area 302 acres,
Royal Patent 715G.
Ahupuaa of Piiapuanui, area 394 acres,
Award 8559 B, Apana 8.
All situate In Knna, Inland or Ifnnall. and Including
ilenlrnlile Coffee, Clrazlni; nnd Timber Land.
irr- TKHMM AT HAI.K.
EX ELLA AND LATE AMUYALS!
For Sale at Low Rates
BY E. P. ADAMS.
ChlouRo and St. Louift best 8uRitMurcd Hreins nnfi
I,il)liy, MoNfil Gibtw'. Corned Beef nud Lunck
lloast'lkn'f nntl Mutton, - i
llftltimoro Green I'cas, ' J
French l'etit l'oia,
l'ork nnd Ueitns,
Golden G.to nnd Cuttln & Oo's Tublo Fnilti,
Peaches, Few, Grapes,
Avtic0'"; Plnraa, eto,
Golden Onto nnd Cnttins &. Co'h
Fruits, JnmR nnd Jellies,
8da nud Milk Crnckers in tins nnd cases,
Assorted Crackors in tins,
Refined Cube Sugar,
Fiiio Japan nud China Tens,
Candles, Mustard, Popper,
Prcstou Jk'Morrill'sM'eaat Powder,
BoBt Kerosene Oil, 150 ,
Cases Sardines, ( nnd K. t
Sxtraots Lemon fc Vanila
Cases Little'Neck Clania,
Cises McMurray's Oysters,
Casts Condensed Milk,
C.tses BaruUirla Shrimp,
Lea & Perrin'i Worcestershire Sauced
Table S til in 1Mb bRs,
Kogs Fresh. Oalllurnia Ruttor,
Case rUU 0Uowder,
Casv Fish Balls,
Refined Castor Oil,
Fine Hair OH,
Assorted Caudles in Klnss,
Cases Corn Starch,
9aes ConenwJ .Nf"H' "wloti's I,MuJ'
Tlxxfli OH'Vio oiii
yuESU oAUFonmA potatoes,
' DrWd Apple la boxes, c. ' H
tr Of d"r ttoex Site otlu Wsuds
Mi. F 4fc"
A POTION HAIilW.
ny c. a, baktowi
TliiB X ex -y.
FISK STALLS AT AUCTION
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1880,
AT 12 (CCWCK NOON,
At Ihe front rnlranre nf Alllolanl Hale, by order of III
P. Ihe, Mlnmiernf llie Interior, nlll Im ol
at I'lillle Atirtlim,
THE CHOICE OF STALLS
At Hid Honolulu I'nh Market, for the term of nn year.
C 8 llAltTOW, A net
MARES. HORSES. BUGGIES
Fine Imported Stock!
AT 1'O.YV STAIILKS, KING ST.,
On Monday. October 1 8thf
At U fi'elock M , liy order (if .Mil. 1.V.VY,
The Following Vnltiablo Horsos :
1 Hay Mitre, 0 vcnrmilil, 1(1 lunula, Peillgreo of
I,nlllo Kutirkc, nlreil hy Joint Nclwui. Im liy Im-iv,rt-a
Triialcc. Iilu ilnm liy old Alxlnllnli, finllln
Jtonrkc'rt ihni (y 'lVrinnMli, tho nlru of I'ul Heitit,
ncoril '2 Wt,
1 Ilrown I'ntrlilit Mnri-, "Nnlllc.." Owxl fntnlly
lioran, Hlnml wltlioiit IiIIcIiIiik; 7yrnrn old, HiK
1 Ility IlorHO, !l ycnrH old, 10 ImndH IiIkIi. Good
1 liny Mnrn, kind nnd fiillo, (wxl fnmlly mnrn,
Indy 0.1H drlvo lief.
1 Horrnl (iilt 1 ycarM old. 10 linnilit liluli, liy Alot
nndcr; kind mid (.'ciitln, iiinulo or iloujiln Imnii.KH.
I Horrrl Homo, Hymn olilj ooil travclor.
I 8orrtl llorwi, 7 ycnrH old, trot wltlilit tlirco
ml n N I en.
1 Crcnm colored Mnro, aotindnnd kind In Imr
licHH. mid Riiti'iiilld under nfdn Mmldle.
I Oroy Mure, ool liiifllnoMi iinlin.il, ntntiil wltli
1 Itty llorc, Defnim'liy Cliliiftiiln; the two liet
records in Amerlci. I'ltolnu nl L',17 nnd trottliiL'
f, IJiihrIoh, hIiikmI iitnr.
Ono !l I'ltmontjer Wnyon, neixrly now.
1 Carriage in uikk! order, doulilo Kent.
2 HetH of diiulilo linrniwi, ncnrly new.
B Soto of Hliijrlo ImrnpH, nenrly new.
Hay. Oats and Bran.
C. H. HAItTOW. Anct'r.
CHOICE GROCERIES, Etc,
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th,
AT 10 A.M. AT MAI,K8 ItOOM.
The Only Cash Salo of the Week.
Order? from other Inlands attended to, (lowld packed
C. H. TIAKTOW, Aucfr.
U7IV. VttTTAtlK I'IA?CC, A lIOI
0. 8. IIAIITOW.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Valuable an an Investment.
Ilentrd to ifnoil tenante for a long pcrloJ. Ilulldlngs In
K""d repair n'ld plejrnutly located. Apply Id
V. b. 1IARTOW.
OFFER FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
TO AHKIVli l'EH "
GERMAN BARK G.1 HAENDEL
"ATALAHTA," FROM BREMEN,
(To bo followed by the "Kale" and "Iolnnl,")
And per Steamer, via Panama.
The Following Goods
Aro now in onr ixissosslon :
DARK BLUE DENIMS:
New Prints, Star Vnds, Ac,
lirow n Cottons, Iloirock's Wliito CottonsTA it B
Turkov lted Cotton. Tickincs.
Blue Cuttou Drill, Blue nnd Fancy FLANNEL,
lmslinL's, Italian uiotii, ltcppn,
Fnttcy White nud Black DUKSS GOODS,
Jncfiunrd, Slolmir, Moussclitw, Jnconcts, ic.,
Unrece, Curtains, Lniubrequtus, Table Covers,
&a' Ac. ic. Ac.
Biickskini, DoesVins, Coatings, Diagonals,
Printed Moleskins, Brown Cords,
White Linen Drills, Ac.
An Assortment of Shirts,
Woolen, Flannel nnd Cotton Mixed,
Merino nnd Cotton Uuderjhirls,
Wool Jackets, Shawls, Blanket, Towels, Ac.
Socks and Stockings, Balbrlggnn,
Children s Ao.
Silk Haudkerchiefs, FoulardJ,
T. It. nnd Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Neoktioi, Wool nnd Stlk Bnids,
Uibbous, Thread, Buttons, Ac.
India Rubber Coats and Overalls
Fancy and Toilet Articles : Florida AVator,
deuubie Kau de Cologne, Philocoinu,
Coiiiln, Tooth Brushes, Lubiu's llxtrncts,
X cttlter utmtors, Harmonicas,
Viulin Strings, PI.iiuk Cards,
Looking UIivhmjs, Vicnun C'lmtrs.
Blank BooUh, Ledgers, JoumnU,
Day Books, Copy and lleceint Books,
Gold lsaf. WitAPPINU PAl'lUt,
Superior L'riutuiK Paper, two smoj,
Manila Uopu all sues, Spun jam,
FUi nud ltetnp Packing,
mxtfgeiv cj Goal IBciKflt
Woolivick, Burlups. Sail Tvrinc,
India itubbur Packing,
SADDLES Sydney and English.
Powder, load nnd Zinc Paint,
Feuc Wire, 1, r, C Hoop Iron, llivets,
tlnlvauired Iron Pipes )i to ( inch,
Yellmv Metal lu' to -M ok., NaIU, Steel It tils,
Perforated Brass, Buckets Cutlory, Sciasors,
Butcher una l'ocxp; ntuves.
Itaors, Sheep Shears, S.vw riles, Ac.
CK0CKKHY lit AsxorttH. Crates. AIho,
Dinner, Breakfnsl and Tea Sets,
BowU, Bico Ui-slioii, Cupn, Flower Pots.
atrdiues, Vineg tr, Durot's Olivo Oil,
Ultra Wash Blue, Slue Mottled bonp,
Table Salt, Stonrtuu Candles, 47, Ac.
Boutellau Brandj, Gin, Bum, Alcohol,
Ch. Farro nnd llidsteck Dry Mouopole, .c,
Knipty Demijohns, JUrket Baskets,
Molasses and Tidlow Barrel.
Stockholm Tr, Firm Clay, Firo Bricks,
Bed Bricks, THles. Slates, Boats,
UUeksuiitUV CohI, Steam Coal, io.
AUM- KTE1M CUKiriEKS,
Pianoi from L. Neufeld, Berlin.
FOIl SALK 11V
fHI H -i M. Usl'StlKL y.
PER FOlKiT QUKKX.
IIBK trUAK IS M MttXEM.
tn Barrtla.' "Vn liranuUted Surar In
,bj WSUtJ OlAKatip.
Till. fAHTMAIf.I.td rtWttCKftfJWB;
Jane A. Falkinburg
Will havo Qnlck Dispatch for abo o fort,
I'or freight or ! hplr In
,1 f AHTI.K A f'OOKK. Acnt
J'OJt SAN JPllANOJSOp
Till: Al AMKIII' A.XJIAHK
K A j A K A U A
iZr WBTiurt, inir ,
Will have Clnlclc Dispatch for the above Port
For JVIi;lit or Pantaife applr I"
Ml r, ( AHTMJ A COOKB. AgenlMi
New York and Honolulu Packet, Line.
a a s a i v m k r? wi u i5 iK 'Mil
5M".tmtoii forthll tint dlrcrl. lo .nil fnmi
Hf Vork almit Ill.f KMIllIIt Im Tjiitle, ,r,Inir to
eeiire pie for tin lr merchaiiill'e by ihU popular line
will tin well til nerirt th IrordTn eailr
t lltIA A. IIIUJ.,
Aernti. Iew lork.
iltHTir ! r
HI7 I sm
C. BREWER & CJ.'S
BOSTON LI NEOF PACKETS
j; TIIKAI IIA11IC
Will leave Boston fir Honolulu Direct on
or nbont the 15th of November next,
I'or further particular apply lo
810 .Im C, IlltKWKIl A CO., Agenle.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A I CllppT Hehooner,
2L t6 M A J. O O," 2L
Will Mil from Honolulu to ifllo direct, endVlllcalf'at
IntrrinedlatL Porta on the return trip,
I'or Freight or Panose, npply 10 tho (.'il.lafn on hoard,
I or A KKANK COOKi:, Agent.
JF O R
TIIF1 HTAU.N0II SClloOXKH
well fonnd In every rcpeet. For partlcnlira apply to
HIH B-w T. II. FOSTnitACn.on Kplnade.
Tneaday. October 12th, 5 n in ...IIIIo
Tiiiday, October 1!lll(, S j, m ,. Circuit of Hawaii
Tnvaria), October all li, 5 p m IIIIo
Tn.-rtJ.iy, Ni.elnlKT 1'inl, 5pm Circuit of Hawaii
na' Nil Ooillt for S'rtn'ifir Motif3. mtt
We pnltltely decline io open' aeeimnle for l'apratrvr,
and c particularly call the atfnllon of the trarelln
public to Hie necef ally of bavin? ItngKiwir a'rid Krclclit
plainly rnarked; thu Steamer will not be reaponMbtv
for any unmarked Ilajsajc, or for Freight or Parcel',
urtlejK ItrcrlliSril lor.
Frolfjht Money Dnpori Demand.
In nil cnf-en of fri-l"ht for pattlct 'not reifionilSle. or
unknown, the freight money will be required Inilvance
l'A!H.ii:s m I.KltlOlO nml WlXiJS )IU.1
it i: i'i.aim.y .-iAitici:n
For the party whom they ore (nr, or plainly etated In the
receipt lo wnom thcy.art connlgned.
AH demanda for ihimne or Iopk niurtbe made within
In no way liable for Joa or accident to IUb atik
t" Hack Driver. Iloye, and puch like, will not 1
allowed on bo-irj the Meamer oh arrlral, until after the
paupcnirerfl hae been landed.
WJ WII.DEH A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE KII,t:MIIt HTEAM.HIIIl
4'Alt:iI.I.. COMMAKDKIt. '
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Oct. 25.
FOE SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
tiik NiM.r.xnin fvrBAwmir
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or about Saturday, Oct. 30.
?or Kre'ctit uud t'oaaage. npply to
801 3n. It. IIACICPKr.n rd Ageula.
SoiH lor .Shipment pr rtlcmiicr run nou
be .Stored, Free nl f'lian;e. III the I'ln-pruol
arebuuaci nenr the Ntemner Mlntrf.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOEST l'OH THE FOLLOWING COASTERS:
FLAG Rid with While Ball. Ofllce-Corncr of Queen
817 and Nuuann btrcctt. 1
PLANTERS' LiNEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
4$4v c Brewer A Cr.-Agent9. jjfe,
323? Mrcl.;.ndlr receded Stoi Rr Krce 4i
ind liberal cah advance uade onahlrinentf fir Ihlillne.
780-ly U. llltKW l'.ll A CO.
BOSTON UND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. Browor A. Co. Anents
Vivurable4rraiieementf can alwatt he
mde for iturace nud hlnnent of Oil. neee.Wo.il, uhle
and other Murch indite tn New Uedfonl. IWnton.NwTork
ana nlierKinteni I'orti. r- Cah A.uce. made.
;tMr " nitKWKit co.
JNO. A. HASSINGER,
Agent to toko Acknowledgments to
"" tracts for Liabor,
81S a Interior Offlte. Iloirinln.
CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY
- AND GROCERY.
B Xu. ia I.IHnn Mrrrl. ly
' at -
Boat JBLoxxm. Oolfoo
For Sola In qutntitios to suit, by
a-" im ii ha:kii:i.i co.
1JA17KD lMtOPOSAHS Wllih
received up to the
10th of Oetolur for the erection
ut n wooden bulldlns Plana and Sueelflcatloa, together
m till all other Information, maybe obtained at theoiHce
of V J Wall. Architect, -i r Jiercnant . tcj; o
lat.vrr.K ir or uii..ii:.
W. II. LKNTZ, MANAGER.
Plenty lu eat. a nmntu? tire, clean bed, aud the beat
atlcmuucnoti me. iianauan imnui
VWIlnrt mpiirlnz any uniKual dWplay of volcanic
action will Wlr.dly re lanapcr at lea.t ten ilaya notice,
lu Hue weather, mt from eleven to thliteeu In foul,
WALTER C. PEACOCK,
Copyist, Accotntutt and Collector,
No. It Kaakumanu Sttcel.
lliulneti iinimptly attended tu at reasonable 1-imi.
liuii'i.ui.i;, vi iai iv.
Tin: custom iiousk wilt iie
.1 cleteit A r .NOUX on ri ATlfltl) VY, tho Sud Imt.,
and on each auccecdlns ivtturday until (urlher uotlco.
& lia ' ' P, .U.Lr.N, Uiijlecii'r.yfi'rttl.
TX ACC'ORWAXCK AVI Til THU
1. Card l:ncl br the Im.lnen flruit, and publl.tird lu
another toVamn, our ollleo will he cbweit on aturilaya
tit V. M., with thectceptlonof tho 4turlay nrecolluj
I ho UtiparlurtMX IB wait aieawtf j(o(uii biwt
Honolulu, Sept. .!!.
trusu:viT, to a powku of
JL Sal In the nlll ot the late II. 1. Judd. dved. I
hall offer ror aaieat nupicauciioiiai ui
Alllolaul llale. llouululu.at II o'clock U.,
HaUrttajr, tin U 4y of October, 10),
the building lot on JkrtUp! SW. "wpoaltn
llyde'a and aJlolulutloo Kltu'a prein!
IT .nil IS ninlrr Hl Patent No. dvt.
IMT Deed t the cineut of the piuchaaer.
Kiecstiv tll ef U. J'. Ju4'l,.d-fd
I t t MAHIXK
ag-trg oat a-s ta
i. .t'nructtnn lrKuft firnrt, Ott.lt. IWI,
Jfr Kdwaid Brerm haa lhl day "n apfjitlntirr-,l.
lector of (,'mlmn forthu Port and Collwtlon Dlatrktof
Kahnlnl, Kilt -Mtnl
W f AM.BX. Collect flen'ral
Approreil) J. R WjtiKrR Mnt,tr of Finance
t.'cu.r..-ron flearitAi. a Omce, (l-12, lfrt,
Mr. HmBl 0IkM h IhU day hn appotmed 8nr
veyor and flnard for the Port nf Kihntnl, Rut Man!
r V AI.f.KS. Colltl.ir flnral.
Approredi J.H. Wai.ar Mlnlilernf Klnanc. .
'H1'l- '. . .'Mi' lm(T if f ttant i
ocroitnii jo, leso.
-. . . T '
BninHi Ac.oiit 'a Tfoitrxt. '
All ai1erIenienta for Hi" bMVtimr I'nan mnttb
tent In by Friday n'cm .Vo lnnlIon firrlhecnrrtnt
Imne can h gnaraii,eed hn rnl In later.
Adrrrllftra will mark th' nnmbef nf Intertlont de
fred, from which dt lliey charge Any hot ai markH
nlll bt chirxtd .1 montli
TIIOS. (J. TIIHIM, Iloiln Agent.
TOPIC8 OF rTHE DAY.
rr ir t i 'i "' , f -f.l
TiiKnenior member for linliaint may bargain
away liis Uiytlty for n consideration wllli such
as the Into Jli'nialry, but lie can lianlly expect
to bnrgatn tt-flli the "bank'" or with the bust
Hess community gnni-rnlly for support in his
scliciur" for bis personil nilvniiligo nnil agaiiut
tho Inlcrcatu of the country. Ills nfiolngy for
notJnWnK lqnn lii,vory worst In tho lain
r.pgialntiiro will no doubt IO accepted, lie
certainly did Iwdly enough.
Tin: AdurlUtr in iUeal for tho Dnnli Min
istry, rfuolcs tirulcr llio head of " frov?niment
S.ilca nrd I'urchaacs " n Idler dated " Dctiari-
mcntoftlio Interior, Honolulu, August 22d"
wliich comical dociitiicnt wo will not copy
but only quote lherlialificntiotisticceKsnry for,
nun inu wages gnmteu in ino wonid-iic bnyer
and seller. " I think, " writes Mr. Iluah J.(j
Mr. Iinz-irtiK, "ynit nro qualified as'a biisirips
man, litxiitrx Unzintj it lurjn fumtbi In rtcmn
mtnilynnl "I will allow you 200 n month
nml a fair cnmmhwm nccnriliw to amount nf
piirclt'ift .' " It is a pity that eotns of our whole
s:do business iiiiiiacs seem lo bo unaware of
the cheap rale nt which such exceptional tal
ents might be employed and tliu large family
Hut in tho coinrucnlH im tho saving of thous
ands of dollars under, the Iiiih-I..i7.nrti ar
rangement occur some remarkable well, mis
tatciiicnts. The tallownnd hide slnry has been
satisfactorily answered by Mr. 'Wilder. The
building material story relating to Mr. Stirling
is wholly wrong, and in common justice should
be plainly contradicted in the next issue of thu
Tur. homely old proverb that, n new broom
sweeps clean has been well exemplified in the
action of the special policeman detailed to look
nftcr carriages and private conveyances, more
particularly in tho matter of carrying lamps nt
night. Iteccntly several well-known residents
and in one instance ladies, driving in their own
carriages, have been haled to thestatiou house
to give bail for tliu ofietico of going without
the lamps required by law. Doubtless tho
policeman has strictly carried out his instruct
ions, in so doing, and has no discretion in tho
matter ; but tho course adopted is altogether
unnecessary and radically wrong. The prop
er course and one not calculated to give need
less oflcuso would be for the officer to take tho
mine of the pa"rly violating tho, law and notify
tiieni to appear al the rnlico Court in Ihe
morning, mid in the case of licensed vehicle?
to take tho number and give a similar notifica
tion, tlly.so doing tho desired end would be
quietly and amicably obtained, u jthu'ut inflict
ing the annoyance of an arrest andean enforced
visit to tho xtatiou house, as though the party
were a criminal.
Tur. rains of Monday and Tuesday washed
n very considerable amount of earthy matter
into the water pipes. Those who filled their
baths on Wednesday evening found in the fol
lowing morning something Very like coffee in
color, and emptying them, found on the bottom
a heavy coaling or slimy earth. Xo parent in
the city would allow Ins children to drink such
stuff in his. own house, and yet this' is all that
tho children in tho public schools can get from
9 a. M to 2 v. if. It is really loo bad, wo havo
seen young children lugging a tlcmiji hn or"
clean water into-' tho school premises for the
use of tiieir own family and school-mates.
There nre, or were a short time since two
(Inns in this city, each holding a large sup
ply of good fillers, and if tho Board ofKdui-a-tion
has not tho, fund to purchase (liters, it
need only confe'rwith soma scientific mechani
cal gentleman, of whom we know several, and
at the expense of a tank, a tap, a load of char
coal'nnihsand, a'filter might be constructed in
each of tho greaUschonl-yards.
Whatever be tho expense or difficulty, child
ren should not, in this climate especially, bo
obliged to drink out of a tap, during five hours
'oftlie'day, divided Ik twceiflho work .ihd heat
nnd crowd of thu school room and the boat nnd
excitement of football or baseball during the
Editor Satdhdy I'nKsa: Mr. Wyllio
arrived at the Islands in company with Cou-sej-Qeticrai
Millcr'iti the Iiritish sloop-of-war
ifititivil, Captain Bell, in February 1811, ac
cording to tho best recollection nf tho writer,
without .refcrepejo to the record and subse
quciitly to the restoration by Admiral Thomas
consequently there must be an orror in tho
date of the letter referring to him. Tho error
iComiultted-by-.thb request furlie recall, of
Ministers is a very grave one, and we can oulj
hopo it may bo treated leniently by tho pow
crsmldrwieil,;aliil that. the v will accept, tho
explanation understood to have been olTurcd
by llio present Miuisiry.
A writer in Wednesday's Guz-tte, who seems
to be fnllj mstetl, show s clenrly'how'gravo tho
matter was considered in thu case ot Sir J.
Crampton, quoted by tho Atlttrlner. It is not
enough lo keep just within the letter of inter-
.patiunal ,law or ctinstitu(itiiu)lL rii;l',8v Our
Vcliuns must sh'owjhat wo iiumr lo.uct in ils
6piril;where,'lhis is. the cube u.uuinteiitiimal
breach of thu letter will generally be forgiven,
.Unyml.so .readjly ti.e..YioUit.ii of th? spirjl,
oveuthough JliQ letter reuii-jil lMurivkcii. '
AS OLTl RK8IDk.TT.
Later Foreign Newt.
By tho arrival yesterday of the yacht Lnn
cushift Wttch, wc li.tvo San PrnncUcu dates to
Oct 2nd, seven das later. Wo compile n
brief summary of the news, which however it
not specially important :
Tho political campaign in the United States Is
daily bocouuux more nulumted, both Democrats
nnd Itepublimiw torklug hanl for tho aucce&s of
tueir rmprciivo cauuiuiiiea tor tue i resiuenoy.
In Kuiope, nublio nttentiou ush directed to two
quarters Ireland, the disturbed condition of hich
creates much alarm ; aud the quetltun of the ur.
render by tho l'otte of thu AlUuitau tovru of Dul.
cUjuo to the Montenegrins.
In Ireland, it landlord, Lord Xlouatruorris, in
Galway county, had been uiutuVrwl, it was sop
losed by some of hU tetutuU, with whom ha was
on bad term no clear traco of tho ruurvlerers
found, although i-'lOUl rewurd had been offered.
In Albania, up to the latest date Oct. 1 there
had no movement taken lace. Tho I'orte, nftcr
having oueo deelsreil that it would right rather
than surrender Dnlcigno its demanded by tho
lowers, (although it had previously promised t j
do so,) had requested that no farther action ha
tnkeu by tueua before Oct. M. MauUmo tho
British, FTeuch, Oertuau and Auatrivn uiu-of-war
were couceutrated in the neighborhood of tha
disputed town. It was declared that there was not
the slightest intention 'on the mrt of the British
KOteruiueat taswervu from tkvir declared policy,
but Utst taw other Puwa-nt uuat be ootwultva U tua
l'oito' decision ou Uw 3d shoald prove to bo an
na Us factory. Another dUpateiifruu Cettinje on
the lt,) thenaUru urusyofl.foi tuUiUrj op-
The aucliw aaUvof iiaporteta slock nj bug.
'gie'wlvtrtisd by Mr.'Urtaferto-aWjvu
potlpQWid uutil Mouday meat. "' "
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
Pt;i.t. Tfiirs ! J'it now tho nniveml com
plaint of imInea men nnd a.hop keeper.
Tur. rains of Tneilajr night flooded rica
ficlda at Waikikl, cansing much damage.
Tur. MhMjon (JhildrenV Hodety meets lids
ovonlng t tho resfdir;ej of Mrs. Armlrong.
Tur. IfavrMUn cricket club I practising
pfcMeraby who enjeagn them will have hi look
to their latit el".
Tiik H. V, Jlullftm tylcs Ihe Hawaiian In
lands " a county of California lyond the
Tiik rainfall during ihe first part of thin
work, as observed at Dr. McKlbbin'a, JJero
lania street, amounted to I, It inches! it wan
probably much more in tho valley,
A noon move Is that of the road snprvlor,
in laying down broken rock and black sand
for ih street crossings. It is something which
has been much needed in the muddy condition
of (he streets that ensues upon each fall of rain.
Tun new store on Port street, adjoining
Mr. Thrum, is rapidly approaching completion,
the ground floor is already engtged for dry
good store, and tho upper room as buainess
Thk. frtrlioti of the press paid, in' advanci,
to ilischas, according to it oil iniefprntation
the incisures of Ministers in nfnlr and friend
ly spirit, is wholly neglecting the terma of its
contract, does nothing at nil for the Minister
but spends all its ink in laudation of the dead
and buried liitsh Ministry.
It ought to earn its money or rcfnnd it.
0:?Kort street, ono door from King, Messrs.
Lexers & Dickson will shortly erect a two-
story fire-proof sloro ami warehouse, to lie
30x00 leet on the ground plan, with a capa
cious cellar. Tho obi wooden store was sold
by miction on Wednesday, fur the ridiculous
snm of ?6r jTheru 'vas at least S75 worth of
firewood In the hullding, beaides booio of tho
timber is sound and can bo used hgaiti,
.At I'ahala, Kau, on tho Island of Hawaii,
on Wedncsdiy the (5th instant wctirreil one of
those tragedies for -chich that section of the
coiiiitry b ol laic obtained an uncr.vj.iblo no
toriety. A native man stsbbed his paramour
(in n fit nf jealousy) and then cut his own
throat. The story is that tho woman had
promised to marry another man, and hence the
murder although the woman was alive at last
accounts, it wns said, she could not-survive.
Tho rnjfii, Jiowcvcr, will 'probably survive and
lie sent for trial.
0:t Tuesday night and in the early honrs of
Wednesday morning, Honolulu was treated to
a rarity a genuine exhibition of heaven's ar
tillery. The lightning's flub illuminated the
horizon anil the thunder rattled and reverber
ated over the city and among the hills in an
old-fashioned style common enough in summer
time in some countries, but seldom known
here. During thirty-four years jrast, we have
heard of but one instance ( in 1510 of any
person being killed by lightning on these
Tiik British yacht Lnwn'.hirt Wilcli arrived
yesterday forenoon, 13 days from San Prancis
coShousiqwned by Sir Thos. Heskcth, Bart,
who is cruising in her round the world. She
ia a very handsome s'emi yacht, rigged as a
three masted schooner. It will bo remembered
thatsho wa's despatched bySirThomat to en
deavor to rescue the crew of the wrecked Matli
lld', which was cast away on the Island of
Socorro, of the coast of Mexico, being at the
timo under the Hawaiian flag. She brings
a mail. The California papers are full of Ha
waiian affairs and a good deal of Moreno, but
nothing to his credit.
In the commercial column of to-day's Pnr.ss
will be found an account of the losi of the
schooner Lokla, at St. Lnwrcnce Island in the
Arctic Ocean, as furnished by Capt. Dexter.
In addition we learn tint the vessel at tho
time was fn clnrgc of a U. S. revenue officer
with orders to proceed to San Francisco, I, tv
ing been seized for having on board a lot of
fire-arms nnd ammunition presnmably for the
purpose of trading with the Indians, which is
contrary to the United States laws. She had
not nt the dato of the seizure, visited She Am
erican coast, nnd of course had done no trad
ing with American Indians.
Tur. liark H'ucnti, belonging tn the Board of
Immigration, arrived on Thursday (see Capt
Whitney's report in the commercial column)
She brings 181 immigrants from Micronesia,
consisting of 100 men, 50 women, and 31 chil
dren. Thero were eight deaths on the pas
sago from Jaluit, being immigrants who had
formerly embarked on the Hicouiiw, which it
will bo remembered was disabled an I obliged
to return. The present comrj iny are as .a
whole, fine, healthy appearing people, arid
they are being rapidly bespoken lor uoiisc-ser-vants
and plantation hands. Some difficulty
was experienced in procuring immigrants, ow
ing to unfavorable reiiorts carried by tho
Morning Star. The Iliunii has visited tho
following Islands during her cruise: Bon
haro; Drummond; Marikt: Makin: and Little
Makin ; Peru ; Bishop, or Sydenham ; Apama-
raa, or Hopper; Maiana; Tarawa; Apia, or
Charlotte; and back to Jaluit (Bonhara Is
land.) The suicide mania ia said to be epidemic at
times. Ileccntly thero have been a number of
attempts here aud elsewhere on the Islands,
mnio or less successful, to " shuffle off this
mortal coil.' Tho last was the self-murder,
on Sunday morning last, nf L. 0. Young, by
shooting himself in the head with a pistol. Ha
had taken an early morning walk and was
seen and spoken tn by an acquaintance on the
esplanade, and returning to his residence ou
Bcretauia street at lull-past six, his wife los
ing in tho kitchen preparing breakfast heard
the report of tho piatol, and running in found
linn quite dead. Ho was evidently laboring
under mental depression (a species of ins ini
ty) and had been heard more than onco to ex
press tho wish that ho was dead, lie wa3 a
native nf New York State, had resided hero a
number nf tears, aud w.ta'at ono lima a mem
ber of the police, aud at tha times of his death
an employee of tho Custom llouso.
It; UASJbce,n and, "till U supposed by
anany, Including mo ponce, nut to mug n onr
laws disallow mo importation aim'stie til
opium, the us4 of tha drug decreases aud will
finally ceas'o altogether. But every n6w and
then wo hear of opium being discovered; anil
for. every ipsjauco thatj accidentally comes to
light bow 'many lots aiiMikeiy. to hava been
successfully concealed by the cunning coles
lial? MrStrehr, customs officer jtt Koloa,
Kaui,- recently forwarded" tAthujutliiritie4
here a kerosene tin lull of opium "that was
found among somefruigmMtonce by the steamer
C-JL Hhhop, tho owner pf wjiich had nnl cabl
ed for it. We hear a story from MoloVat to
tho effect that aUuit a month since a strange
scljcnt.T,.aul toba from oati hrunciscu, nn
chofiNl there and landed a Chinaman and some
freight, supposably opium. Where wero the
police af.jho JtUml that tho vessel was not
soiled for violation of the Uwi in hndiug
freight or passongeni (rotiiabroid at ioy oilier
than a port of entry?
D,.yru or vILCskv, lq The .com
munity was startled on Saturday morning lo
learn of tho death of this well-known genllo
icnn, after only, a fotvhuur illueavs. The ittime.
liato causo was paralysis, of which ho had two
previous attacks, the n,rstomo tenyaars since
while residing nt Hio. Mr. Coney, who was
a uativo of New Yo.-k city, camo to these Is
lands about the year 16i0, aud iiwn obbdiakl
employment on tho Uunolnlu police under
Msnhal L'arke, His guoil qualities very soon
secured the confidence of tho autliorilie. and
I he was eventually apfioiuteil to the positioti of
bmim oi in inpcnaai iMimi or mwmi,
which he held for 10 year aud until ho re.
signed on account of ill-health. Of a frank
nnd gonial dunoautiou, he u much osteomod
by a wide circle of aajuiaUuc. He leave
A vi4of. m4 is chjld ta to. (oaff,vVa joif
a kind husband aud father, The funeral took
ing d'p'itwj in th tomb of the ii Hon. Ii.
Hsalelea, in the Kaivsiahao reroetcry. Tlid
religious service ai ,e resHence wro con
ducted by Ihe Itev. Mr, Korbc, the Ffcc Jta
soth ( of which UIy the deceased was; a mem
ber) reading their burial mivJco at tho tomb.
A i.wwr. bafkefitinu Is tm tho slocks in San
Francisco, building for Colohel Spreckles, for
Hi'! Hawaiian trade. Her dimerndems will Ire
101 feel long, S1; fcet beam, and will register
between 100 and 600 tons.
Tiik Chinr-M church building in coarse of
erection on Fuft sttnet, three blocks above
llretani, is ratn'dly spprmching eom
plftion in the hands of Ihe btiildf, Mr. Ilnr
rows. It will bo a very nest looking clifice
ami an ornament In the city. Its dimeaalona
sro 30x5Q Icel, capable of scaling a large en
grwilion. In the haaement are oorns for
Hnnday School and for conference meetings.
The spire, which is already np, Is 6(5 fet from
the flixrr of Iho lnemnf.
H. I!. M. H. Tat,M-AdrIcs from Victoria,
B. C, datl OcUArr Ijrt,pUt!thAttlijj Mpf shlch
has bTi rrrrtl br) waa nru!r r;rdra to prt
cwl lmmllatljr to Call.vi, via Han Francisco and
Acsjitilco. It . refirtl that ah ira.s rm!nrl
sway Ut mnir-U llriti'h inlrW in CalUo, which
fti Is Infnif ljrnlMrdl by th Chileans, vho In
Irml to advi.-nco atrm the Urm of I.iraa, sitnated
eight rnlM f rim the rnrt. Th presmc of Freneh
and Italian. flAcahifrt at CallAoha Already jttn
snnoancxi. The rrixmph "will go dwwn under
Trir Ji'e port, It. I. AVirr, Wis sn inUrestfng
story of h'rw tho wife of a naval ofScr (who ssys
the.Vri I? a cial sYotiU with all who are J
furtanata as to have her arqaatnUncj and who
by her prompt and nnshlnl itction mrfl a iuraM
from le-ins; Iramed And rMib!y tho lives of Its in
mate. Boms children ha1 tyn plsyinj with
matches and a Urg- quantity of f having in lvdt
ets had yn ignitelf which lb; eonagewcis wotrutn
hearing the cries of the children, removed to a
safe plac- oaUidp th- haav. The herfn of this
tiry was vrtl kno n in this rity sa Mia Carris
Brickwod, dan(htr of rmr Pbstroastr General,
and now tho wife of Edwin Sunt. Houston, O. H. Jf.
A Lath number of the Sin Francisco Mer.
chnnt says ; '
"Threc-nt ffawiinitrlUtcrewasnot near
ly so infected with th pbilo-China principle as It
has be-n sccased of. WfiaUrver mistakes thli
Uxly made, It was prudent enough to protect Its
om Industry in ric growinfr, even though it was
fooluh enoash lo voto an approjiriAtion tot a line
of atearrwrs direct from China. Patting a daty in
Cliina ric nnd Chins sajrsr and girinc a Chine
steanwr a srilwidy nt the same time, U soraewbat
of a contradiction ; but tho former answers the
fiarposo of a set off. Farther, as the China Mer
chants' Company is never likely to handle; a cnt
of the subsidy, it may be considered that Chiruso
commerce with our Island friends has ben rather
injured than benefited by the acts of that lygiaU
tare." It then copies in full the Act passed by the
last Legislature entitled " An Act to Impose
specific duties on rice, paddy and raw sugars
imported into this Kingdom."
The U. S. S. Tivmdtrogo, on a voyage
piund the world, arrived at this port on Thurs
day, the 13th inst., 35 days from Kobe, Japan.
The following is a correct list of her officers;
Commodore It. Vf. Shnfeldt, Commander ; K. J.
Comwelt. Captain and Chif of StaflT : Liaat.E. W.
Sturdy, Executive Officer ; Lieut. H. L. Tremain,
N'aviirator; Lieut. S. J. Drake; Lieut. Kossuth
Niles; Master C. E. Vrielaud; Chief-Em?. S. G.
McKean ; P. A, Kno:. SamLGracg ; P. A. Eng. Jos.
P. Mickly: Surgeon, JI. M- WelU; P. A. Surston,
K. Urqnliart ; I'syrnaitcr, TV. J. Tnoraon ; Lint.
D. P. ilanmr, U. S. Marine Corps, Aid-de-carap
and Secretary to Coraroander-in-chief; Ensign Yi.
IL Ucghe3 ; Ensign F. F. Fletcher, aid to Commander-in-chief
: rinsisn D. DaniU: Enfcn H.
H. Honley ; Cadet Ea?. O. XT. 3IcElroy ; Cadet
Eng. J. It, Wilmtr: Paylerk, J. IL P. Itosse.
Wo arc indebted to Ensign Fletcher, Aid to
tho Commander-in-chief, for the above, list,
and also for information resjiecting the voy
age. Tho lcnnd'-riirjr ; a ship rigged screw,
of 2,200 tons displacement. Her armament
consists of 11 gnns six 0-in Dahlgren's ; two
8-in. rifle guns; bneCO-pounder, and two brass
guns nsed for saluting purposes besides a Gat
ling gun and a small field-piece. Her crew
consists of about 200 men. A full account of
tho voyage wonld be extremely interesting,
but want of space compels ns to give merely
an ontline. The nhip left Norfolk in Decem
ber, 1878, with the object of openinc commer
cial relations with certain ports of Asia, Afri
ca, the Islands of the Indian Ocean, and adja
cent seas, where at present there are no Arnsr-
can representatives, and for obtaining scienti
fic and other inlormation from certain parts of
the world of which but little is generally
known. The following are the different ports
and places at which the ship has called during
the voyage : Madeira, St. Vincent, Seirra Le
one, Liberia, Cape Palmas, Fernando Po, Ka
beuda, St. Paul de Loando, Cape of Good
Hope, Madagascar, Comoro Islands. Zanzibar,
Aden, Islands in the Pershn Gulf, Bnshire,
Bassorah, Bombay, Point de Gallei Penang,
Singapore, Borneo, Manila, Lurzon, Hongkong,
Nagasaki, Corca, Yokohama, and Kobe, from
which last port she sailed for Honolulu. We
understand that a stay of some two weeks will
bo made here, when the Ticotuleroga will pro
ceed to San Francisco- An interesting and
valuable book may bo expected erelong, as a
result of the Commodore's report of bis ex
The Hesd of Laborers.
EoiTon Satuhdat Phess Sir: Observ
ing the embodiment of certain queries on the
above subject, in an able article of ihe Hattnii
an Gtu-L't, under date 13th inst., we ventnre
to submit an answer to the osible drawbacks
therein advanced, respecting the importation
of Hindu coolies.
This question of laborers being a general
one, requiring prompt solution, wo areuf opin
ion, from direct and jierr-onal contact with this
class of labor, that as to Ihe
Political ttrjxti, If sufficiently active in
terest wero evinced by planters and others
individually and collectively concerned, the
weight of their experiences ami forco of thoir
reeds, would suffice as an answer so far as
"Hawaii net" be advantaged; and as to the
possibility of conflicting authorities, the Hindu
coolio's relative position here), would in no de.
cree differ frqm that of his fellows under other
flags, and notably that of France, with whom
a convention is maintained.
Fool. Xu moro easily fed, nor housed la
borer exists than the East Indian coolie. "His
wants are small, aud he cares not al all if bi
debts nre paid when due." His sustenance
consists mainly of rice, with jA, (rancid but
ter) silt, and tlour in small quantities ; and,
when able to afford it, meat, or in fact anything
that he can nuko iutoa curry, and cook in the
Aa to tho adherence of particle of pork or
fat, in pollution of their food, being attribut
able as causes of the Indian relllion and
mutiny, such cartridge-biting fallacies have
long since exploded from assignment to the
real cause, viz; a Wahabcc conspiracy. Iteli
gtiius idiosyncrasies with regard to food are
applicable only to tho Uigh Caste Mustulcun
and Brahmin, and in no way instigate the
I'iytfie differs equally with depth of color
and dialect, from Ihe plaiciman ol Behar to
tho hill-men of Xepaul, as is the case with the
inhabitant of other larjre tract of territory.
.torejHif4. In their own country band
are taken on and paid, per diem or per man
sera aa occasion directs, and usually on ' ver
bal understanding. In Ceylou the custom t
for tho coolie to Ign an agreement binding
him to (he platiter until Ihe crop is harvested,
lie may then return to India lor a time; but
in tho majority uf case, especially of late
years, (owing to the recurrence of the Indian
famine) they prefer to abide in their new
home, and some are found remaining on Ui
awe estate for five year. So far aa causing
trouble aneut their contract, they prefer little
ur no complaint, provided they are justly and
humanely treated, JW lov invariably look to
the planter a their master, adtUer, doctor,
In the Weet Indie the Iliad coolie weeul
bh indent with the employer for term ef
five year' Mfvicc, and if re-cngajntis for a
further Urm of ive'year, hi rttra frte
paMage t,o India is nccorded him a privilege
lie rarely avail himself of,
KMmah, Aaraig a atcwer were elr
tered for their cosjveraace, the per epna
clurge per -U wmU ik mum. f lw; b.
snppe-tng It nmormted to 8tM, the outlay
would 1 more. than compensated for bv tm
superiority of Ihe Isbnr, and the rird9c!"f rato
of wage. The daily pay fcccitt.l In ibrlr own
country average sixpence. In Cylon it varies
from sixpence lo eighlpenc", with an extra
nnnr lo each gang matter (one to every tn
men) f.- ?3 75 to S5 a ,nonlh. From this
is i!Hncfel tho cost of Ihf ric; lh;y rcelve.
Bat for srgumcnl ak, If Ihe alve rate of
wagts, Ice, o dnnblcd, we have 37 &i lo 810
wr mensem a agsfnst tho preaetit raf ef
isbor here 318 to 825. ot even 129, inelnsivo
of fryl. I'reanrafng tho Government wonld
charge iUelTwith the tonvcyatico of women
anI children, st these figures:
rr Ktit InrtlAH CottU. f Fer Prnml llr.
Pae for tdalt, ay.. JIW
Py, ffiomin at I
rtj fr itrralmaB
rai oi 1 4t yr
aaa... ...... ...
m mr-xn rii rit 5
(it eiita.. V,
ftiUnee In fatw of era-
pbrytrrf llladai... C
Twlre rvm ptj,
A'.. t 11 -jr un
fT"efT aintki pj, ' i
A tt lit pi '
in i. itsa
rjalta In favor M n.
fVrjitit lllftdv.... US
Of a vlnr to tfce einDloyer la Sv veari of JCV) pit
Supplies for Ceylon are mostly drawn frora
the Malalnr Coaaf, Singapore, and Madras,
Those for the West Indies, from Calcutta,
Madras, and Bombay, bat chieSy from CaU
, A markcl featnro fn this elm of laborer is
the facility with which he adapt himself lo
domestic i-rviec of all kinds; he Is tractable,
docile, faithful arvl abslerions, and fn imm'l
graliorl's urroandel by "Limw nl Pnates"
(limited in most caiws to a "chittum dit4 and
a bnlAAr IhiVjU,) brass pot arvl pipe, and ar
enmpanied C. in ' Pinafore" parlance 1 "by hi
slers and his consins sn1 his annta."
Though by no means a swarthy angel, ri i
a ready made lalorer for plantation and do
mestic service; niyl it U not generally krro n
that the humblest Ir.di.in craftsman al heart
an artisf, though posailJy onprogreMivevrd
somewhat loo timorously faithful to tradition
for style; he is moreover nxorion and of a Jeal
ons temperament when hi wife and child
ren arc concerned ; they too are able and ready
lo work in the fields a well a the bd of
the family, ami the women are very domestic
ated and of molest bearing.
From the obligatory recognition by the In
dian Government that famine is no longer to
Lo looked npen as an accident ; Int a a regu
lar recurring calamity, for which timely pre
vision ranst be annually made, an illimitable
and regular supply might be rcnombly anti
cipated, on a convention being itemed.
It is alway easier to detect a disease than
devise a cure. Buf other field of labvr havr
injr proved inadequate for the rMoireuients of
this Kingdom and the doe development of
the main source of ils revenue , we ventnre to
snggest that llio attempt should be made,
which, in oar opinion ( gained, from practical
experience) seems to offer so many advant
age, and theao can be vouched for by all
cognizant of the deUif bearing on this ques
tion. We are Slrr Yonra obediently,
Hr. Whalt-et Xicircuorr. r'
XT. FoRjrrrit Ghast. ' -Cuts.
Honolnlo, Oct. U, 18S0. t " -
- Hczxo, Hjucakca Dtsriicr, Mact-a
Eteord for week ending October 5th, ISsO. E
ration 3CO UxX above sea-lerel :
Avtras baroaler rtainr. .r. tow et rtaIst
nosed: OtuArc tlh. a. jDJ). Hliteat riajt
noted: Septtatxr . 9 r. x-SJjK.
Averaze tbTDoneter: Dry bb. Tf; wet rreTb. 7f.
Averase relative hnmldity. &1 per cent.
aaljrraxx- , .
Octotwtai !XOtncbe;Octbrt atatatats
- it 055 - I
StiMrLiQttohi r lit. Si and M huh turf. cild
lotto. Sowlnd. Clocdlaeav averajr. 5 p 'erst.
BEGS LrLWT TO IXFOBM HIS
frieadf acd the pabile sraerally ttat be U bov
prepared so do all lait of
rTatch Repairing V Jewelry XaBnfactarriBif
lo the ht manner, and ntljfactlon rxaraatMtf.
He would aim i:r lb.it all watebet Irft byXr.Wett ;
an now la bUchar .ani will t-aUen!t toproaptly.
Thackf si for paat favon, and fcop for a ctntfaaaac
of the .aim. KAI 2CKABT, Jeweler. o
Ilooolalo. Sept. Si. I'WQ. tit t A a
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COMCZRX
THE tTN'TJEItSIGXED llAA'fXG
ti appointed alirn of the rttue ot W. C.
Boeiitn of lluo. IIiwill, tlve notice to all prwnt In
debted lo iaIJ nut', to raake Isactedtatc payment of
the . d all pinlei etalraio; to b cndiiorf lo
present tbe easie witaosL delay tn thCwBdarairsed. at
UUo. Hawaii. J. p. SISO.V.
15. E. UICILVKDSON. Aill-e.-,.
Illlo.Atrnil m. WrO. Sin
TITE ATMlri8TRATIOX OF THE
French Coloay of Tahiti witka to eater iftfi
ronsnetforsheaspptylizof Fmh Xeal. at better, ef
IavlEr Cat:l. oeniiy for the Amy as 5avy ttI.
to be dellveied Pepeete.
The anno.il ttaki reqalred by the Adalalatnlloa
ay be frora SO so xn hrad. asd the cltU a popaUUon
may require the uat qsaotlty.
CAQiamlcalleoaanayrop'Mllfcma nut be Bade by
wiitias to the French. CociaUte st Hooolala b-fctt th
next nail, or directly lo the Oovera at Tahiti.
Acilnr Con ml and CKciwiofier for Fraa'e.
Honolalt. Oetobtr a. WW. fe-
PAK18IAX AX AXE-ICAX
DRESS MAKING ROOMS
Comer Fert mm Hetel Sls Cp SUln.
MRS. POOI.E WOUXiD RESPECT
FVLLT call the. attention of I die to her very
Superior System of Mt vri-g ansi Catti-f.
M'hith caaaot fall lofiv th cecenary eaae and race
to tatUI ia tlUoj cvtty Ijare.
SPECIAL ATT-TTIOar WILL IB GITO
Monr-inf , Waddinc
TnYliff f vita.
L.VDUS' RIDING U.VBIT8 A 8PECIALTT.
Latest rarlilaa an other leadjax Fashion Fabllea
tlooa oo hand for cmlauttt' tljmet.
trOfitn frots tha othet lUa4awllS ncivc stoaapl
attention. 4 tit ty jr
At the OM Comer, Front and Wataaalaa! SU.
A. 8. CLKCHORN CO.,
ACJTIOHKS, lMPOUT AXD
Dealers in Gwaual Mcrals-uri-M,
Boot and Shoe, OosaOaaf,
Dry and Faaatw Uuuse.
UsUm a4 Gtk ' Far-bM-f ,
Late IsBpovution, In treat vtHetv.
Ckiiiiat Bnala af Taaaaaa aasl Oaflaf-
Ft'U. AND COatrUCTI
A-ttoKT-ourr or CAjnrao itoii,
Ordm frwa U cjjUy kosOt a4 rtaBy -eated.
rwilealu-attenttaattvvwInuaoMuvtv MMar4 iwoaU
on apexial ontera. nilhvr la Hon
,il or V. uh vavut, ay
oar apecui axvata.
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