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C O M M 12 II O I A li .
ll')ol I 1,1 . ViM fMIIKS 11, IIW "
We And lulls In note In Ihe I nmmrtrUI line fur this
Itine, the week thrntighnut brlns; rrntstkalilv nlel,
tMn'trlloni beln; rannncil rntlrelj lo local wants,
Thlt hit been due patllj In the sparse iniiterrtfttt tn
shipping, unit llir unsettled .Mir nf Ihn ncather.
I)r pnwlnre receipts rurtllnne In rnme slnn), tint
ttrmlr 1 ml Ihr II V Aim? hts obtained gtw-itesnriilii
nil hIwhI Tilodtj nntl, and Ihr lllsenterj wrIHiMilcd,
ptr.mTics tn ei PIT pnlahlj Sunday mntnlng These
letielt Mill ho Mlowwl by Itiet Uli Hpifvkfls
The Hnhlrsn fnm New YmHi nitw fntlT line, brine
ln f.ll tnrrlrrrii l" rattle OmiVr The
Amy Tnrnrr from Huston In Mrttit I Htenrr A t'n, sl.o
"IIS a (nil general tutu" will bedue (lie toilet pail nf
the mouth.
li learn lltl Hi Urn lleta, front Ntw Cattle, ha
dltr-n.eil nf htrctuo t colli, nn letm withheld, and
Mir dlsehtrr,tng will pnrecd In Itoy.i llo.vl. or S.n
lMHf I Mil,
1-OR.T Or HONOLULU.
A it I mil.
Nov T Am Vstths nidnml, Wltkbcrt. dJi from I' II
-Haw Hint LlVelis.?. (torn Wlndnanl
-ni ttrnr Jiip Mslce (mm Katttl
lUn trhrVarwIr., from rvsl.iupsps
Ham sihr Vrln 4 from Koti. anil Kan
Haw scar Mar Mleni fr.in llnati.
Not l llaw stkf Mnuil-l. from Haiiaiaanlii
m Haw tchr Jrnnj tmoi NuTtltlnltt
I wllawtrhf Wallela, frmii.llallkn
10 lUn tchr Ksnlketinlll. from llnnoVia
Han tftar llaltakala, from KaupaVnts
tl Am tihrriaus ripteckel., fmni Kalinlnl
H -ll titit ljlinllh" from Ktma atid.l.sit
- Han ttmr l.ehii, from llsna .t MolokAt
-Han ttmr Jlekolll. Itum Ki-nlan
1.1 IUr ttrl' II lllshnp, Melsnder. from Kiiuil
-It ll sir Hll.iiea-lli.u, rr. , from Kalinlnl.
11 -Han tchr l.rnhl. fnm Kihata.
I A- llaw tchr l.llln, fnmi I'lm, u.
U llnw rhr K Mot. from Kalim-il.
Snllr.L
Not H -Iliw fhr Mtlnln, for llllo
Ilw tclir VIII, (nt I'nlin
- Ham atnif Kfhna, (or MnlnV.nl and tlana '
- Haw hir KUaura Hon, for Kahuliit
-Han ttmr ' It UUIihp, fur Kanal
Il lmr MoVoHI. fur Knolan
-HUMS llaniiF', llonrVc, for rallan
-Haw lmr l.lcllVr, for Wlmlnaril
Han chr Kalnna. CrwV. fur iraillncrruUo
10 Haw hr Wallrlr, (or hnan
llaw fichr Marlon, (or KiiUoliaoIr
Haw tchr JrniiT, for Nanlllnlll
Hair rchr MnliiioVanal, for Hanamanla
1 in Port.
KAtjIL.
U S H AIVa, llrown
xtnriUMXiK.
Jalnll lielnf Nlrola,
Am bV li W Almjr, Frrrnmn
Am I'Mii Dltcotrrr, 1'ciiliallow
Am Iftn Hrra, Wli-rlwrlhl
Am liclnr llaianl, Mlllir
Am lit .Martha Illilfwit, WIcVlx-rR
Am tchr Clau prr-ckcl, I'miiln
wiuiena.
Hair chr Julia A Lone, OlllfJ
Am bk l'acltlc, Knnwlri
Vrrla Expootnl t llonolnln, from ForoiRn
Porta. .
Am hk Motilcan. nfrry, New York, iluc, CaiMo .1
I'noKe. ARlTlt
Am bV Amy Turner, NrwtH, llo'ton, ilot No !?-!!, O
llroiirr A Co. AgriitA
lttlt bk I.Ullr Irmlalr, Moop, Liverpool, line Dec
10-l, T Darlea, Atfent
Iltlt bk Viola. Trice. Liverpool, ilne Dec 2.V--!
tier bk (1 K llarmlrl, kwhrnck, llremen. ilne Dec 1.VJU,
II llackfrlil.t Co. Aeentii
Her bk Atalinta. llrrn.ru, loaillni; Oft!, 11 llnck-
(elil .V. Co, Affentu
Oer S S Caoandta. , HonckoiiR, to fall middle Oct,
II llackreld A Co. Acuta
Oer bk Lacker. Kaemana, NVbtsipoa, due, Mug Cliouc
A Co, Agent
Sirrilluli bk llennlne. Iinnsren, llongkuni;, Slug
Clioni; A Co. Agents
Am bktne Kmma Aupitla.Karena.l'ortO.imble, for Ka-
liulul, due
Am acli Alice, Arey, Tort Itlakeley. (or Hllo. Hawaii
Am bk John M Clerk, Conntit,,llonckonff, loadlnp; Sep
tembr 6
Am bgtne Conaaelo, Hon aril, Kalmlnl, due Nov 17-18, V
tt Irwin A Co, Acenta
Axa achr Kicelrlor, Ruatrl. San Vranclaco, due Noi
l.v-.M. H Hacklelii A I'm, Acenta
Am bk Camden. Culler. 1'ort ll.inible, duo Nov 15-IS), II
ilackfeld A Co. Acrnta
Am bk llalnler, W'ulff, Utralady, due, II Ilackfeld A Co,
Amenta
Am ttmr Cltv of New York, Sraburjr, Sydney, due Nov
a, II Ilackfeld A Co, Agent
Drlt atmr Analralla, Urill. an Kranclaco, due Nov 27,
II Ilackfeld A Co. Aceuta
Am bjtnrT V I.ncaa. Ventortb, l'ort Gamble, londlnc
Oct 15. II Ilackfeld A Co. Azenta
Have tchr Walehti, ltcynoldt. Jolui'im and Fannlnc'a
Inland', dne Sov 10 If., A F Cooke, Afieiit
Am bktnnlllla. Turner, tian Franclaco, due Nor 80-23,
'V llrewer A- Co, Agent'
SHIPPING NOTES.
The Am bgln Hazard la off Flah Mirket Wharf, where
the will rcfltAc, to till for ban Francisco In about two
rrk'.
The Am bk II W Almy U at Ilrewer A Co'a whar(
loadlni; for San FrancUco, (or which port she will tall
on Monday orTue'day nest.
The Am bk Martha Illdeont It at Allen A Koblnson'a
wharf dlacharelnR ft cargo of lumber. She will tail for
l'ort itlakeley for a return cargo about tlieCOth Intl.
The atmr Jat Maker la at the Ktplandc, oppotlte, the
Cu'tom Houte. where the hat been laid up the pntl
week repairing machinery, Ac. She salla again to-iluy
for Kanal.
The Am bktne Dltcovery It at the rt ateamahlp wharf
loading for San Francisco, for which port the will prob
tall to-morrow.
The American tern Hera la at tho foot nf ttmr Like
llke'a dock dltcharjlng a cargo of coal from Newcattle,
J S W. Shewlll tall early next week for Itoyal Itoadt
or San Frcncltco.
The ralm that we have had daring the pitt neck tbow
the advantage of having alicds at our.whirrca. We an
drrttand that there la to be a thed bnllt at Ilrewer A
Co'a wharf, and another at the old tteamahlp wharf.
Thlt la a move In the right direction, ar.U one that we
hope will be carried through.
We nnderttand that the new wharf at Hie foot of Fort
atreft, is.tn be reserved for Mettra T It Foster A. Co'a
line of tteamert, and we think that there certainly ought
to be a thed on thlt wharf.
The Am wh blc Pacific will tall licit week for Panama,
rh re the will tranship her oil, bone, etc, for New lied
tuid. The Am tchr Clam Spreckelt It In the atream paint
ing, etc- She will load for San Francttco, to tall In
about a week.
The Am bgtne Contnelo will be dne from Kahulnl
ib it the Klh, and will load for San Francitco with dlt
p. .ch.
The thipClty of Nankin received a wheat charter at
San Francitco, for (treat llrluln, at iik Ca.
iThe b-uk Ilucna Vltta wat at San Francitco Oct 8th,
CCtllpg tn anew mlizen-maat and having her rigging
overhauled.
The Am bktne Ella wat telegraphed at San Francitco
Intt before the latt tUatnrr left, Oct S). She would
leave a-aln for thU port about Nor Blh.
Oant Abram Otborn left Kdgartnnn on the 4th lntt,
for llath, .Me, ax the purpoir, at It reported, of making
arrangement! for the cnntlructlon of a rtram w baler, of
which ha will have command. James Gordon Ilennctt.
an old friend of Capt Oaborn, 1 aald to bo tho backer of
the entcrprlte. .V it. Standard. Oct II.
MEMORANDA.
llrportof bk I'jcIHc, Knowlet, Matter. Left llomv
lulii Jan ltlli lSii, for a crulte t the Weatnard and
Arctic. Touched at aetcral ItUndt throughout the
gronpt, aw nothing nntll w left lltack Itock (March
.1th)when we fell In with a large tchool of sperm
whalrt. went on to nvu In onedav. and onlv tavrd one.
which made 73 bbla of oil. AprllSOih, (ell In with the
Ice, : mllet rait of Cape Olgontnsky. April 2Mb, (ell
In with plenty of Imwhead cloaa In to Cape Navarlng,
but coming on a hravr eaiterlr gale, and thick weather
which laited (or several deya, did not get hold o( any.
From that lime until the Slat, of .May we were In the
lcr. fait so. hi most of the time. (lot nut of l'toier Ilav.
found plenty of open wilr, Maw tcattrrlug whalet
nearly every day until the lllhof June, but mo.t nf the
time had lUht winds to we could not get fail to one.
On llin&tb of July, fell in with plenty of bowhrail In
lv.l. ks5 lir N. Lons. V Wand from that time until
Kept 1Mb, taw whtlet nearly every day, when it wat
clrar. Had plenty of fo2 In the latter part of Julv, and
all (if Auuit; taw the steam Cutter several time nil
Herald Island. All the season the Ice hat clotril In
Herald Itltiid to that a icuel could not get nearer than
4 miles of It. Have nut teen or heaiifof the mining
wtulrrt or n( the Jeaunalle, and It It the general opin
ion ot all the captains that they never will be heard of
again." l"fed Itirnnth tUo llehrtng Mlratls rept'j:ifd,
eudj Irf L I'lirer Hay MrptHh. Lett at )hbay, barks
Itllnlxiw. .11 whiles; Thomat Pope, pi whalrat and
Hunter. IV whales. Oil Hrrald Island spoke bark Nor
mm. with whales, and taw bark Helen Mar, work
ing In the North. Have had very bad wralhrr
mt of the pattagr from 1'lorer Hay. rilnr pii.lng l.al
3 N rtpcrlcncnl constant hSW, ami SK wlnilt, with
rouih head ttat to purl. Nor 4b patted b-tne John
I). Bpreckel. Id IM 3I:-U N.and Ia.ii I17t W
KtHirt of the I'laut hprrtkels, Couilnt Matter.
Arrlve.1 al Kahulnl, on Sunday, Octal, 31 dayt trom
San Francitco, ila Aptos, IT data from tatter purl
'with cargo of lumber fur Hpreckelt plantation.
HeiMtrt or urlz
Cuntueto. Howard. Mailer
Affiled al Kabulul Nor 2d. a
M. Fine wrather and
IIZUl wlnlj thr'tubout Uenrral cargo for hpreck
VI lil.UI.il'
Hob.
IMPORTS.
From NewCttll. IX M W). oer Hera. Nov. Mh
(J Irwin A Co, '' tuns coal
From Gilbert Itlaudi, per lltiatd, Nor eth.ln bal
last. fc Fiotn Fort ItUktly, per klartlu Hideout, Nor Mb.
wAlUu A Itoblnsunt Mi. '7 II lumber, ex.tWt (I tut faced
Juuiber, a ipiit.lKfiu thlngki.
From Chtlnmtt liltud, per Ktuau, Nov Mh. II Kug-
ILL IV fltb,
From Attlle Ort-an, tier Facile, Nov Mh, II btdt
(perm oil, IJU bbls Mbale oil, Htlbblt waliut oil.'JII
-'jMliarjr, luitJUIbs wbalubvne,
Frois) Han Francitco, via Kthulol, pr Claia Hpreck
tit. Nor lllh.-Ofder, U fbilm, I bale walking ttlcks,
EXPORTS.
Fur Sau F.tiUteo, pt W II Mryrr. Nut Stt -sn,Tl
It tazar. 1.0" gala woli.in. til.Vni lbs rice. 1.1 UU Ibt
Cotliie, i-U Kt bldjt. S.WjU lbs tlllun.au) pea ihcep vtlt.
IU baebs tjjiiiim, nil lauks, 11 beer ki-it.
li.lli1, ;Xuialve$l.
doiu talue
For Flthlng Crulte, per Kituna, Nov Inh, I.UO gallt
oil, 19 bin " Value 47,UI, lm value $.TW.
!
For Kan rranrl'rn prr W II Mryrr Nut I A Deaeli
ettlta, l W Met branny. Allt Tonho. AMnn, , J A
Mile, II t ataln. arid aim. V till M T MhIItaii
From Houlli Mea I'landa, Per JUiaril. Nov It F llnr
ton wife arid 1 (tilldrru .1 ,1rkn.n, 4'J hialra, 10 (p.
male aml"M thlldrrn Koitllt Sr lalamlrra
I'rum N1nilnanl Poila.prr I.IVrllkri, No 7 (I Far
mrnlrr. Mta llartrlt. H'lnH Nalrolrn, Mltt t'amp.
bell. Mla rt Ulirldon, V II Jarralt, V Ibmurr, H I. Alia
till, J II Mrl'lelanit. II F l.rlly, 1) Fixuian and wife, I
Metralf 111(0 and I rbllilrrn, li llowarr, tl llarirt, T
Frlnc, K I) llaldnln.C V Ward.
From Kilnilol, per Kllauea Urn, Nov (lib tleu V
Noiloii..lt Mnillh, CaptT 11 llobroii. F Mrt'opldn. tl
II Knilih. wife and two children, Mlaa 1 r,ml, lelilua
man, ami Milerk
For Kahiiliil. inr Kllauea Hon, NovCtli tl F. ltoanl.
man anil wife. II llarlnw. Hen W Norton, Mi. .1 II MHK
Mlaa II Norton, li (Iniilil, K It Hendry, l,nula Warren,
and Ml dee k
For Kanal. per 0 II nltbnp, Nov Htli.- Mra (1 ,1 Hot.,
and a rhlldreii, Mra Itelnke, Mra T t Mtnllli, It riiirrb
inin. Piitvla, Mrf Mrllrydr, At' Smllli.t! H Mlllrr II
llrunnald. Mr I'njr, Mra Nmlih, ; ' dama, anil nbout
Uidetk
For Wlmlnanl I'orla. prr l.lkrllke, Nov Will. V Afon,
llrt i: rimllb, wife nml nnrae, llrv K Itolnl, I! I) Waller,
II Ami'triuit,', J r4ldir, W II Meimiilrr. A F t'ookr,
WTixld, wlla aiiitHrlilldrrii, and about IK deck.
Till: SATUIUJAY l'111'.SS
I'nbllahril for Ihr Sati ihiit I'linaa Assih ittloi by
IKIItKIIT tllllKVi:.
Hook, Job and tlrneral Frtntrr,
II.iiioIiiIii. II t
The PiTinmv Furaa rannot unitrrlnkr In return
communication, Atcrptrd or rrjfrtcil, and wrliittr In
rrqueai riirrrtpniiilriita In append their true iinnim anil
adilrrtara, not nrrr'tnrlly for publication, If ail tie
tlteil, but at a gilaraiitrr of the good (nllh of Ihr w rltrr
- Kit .NATt'lttltt Fnr
"SATU lTT)A YHMHissr
XOVKMlllMW, lfFo
A (jttK.inoN aociiin to luivo nrirtun nit It) tlio
folntivo inerila of it gravid"; tlook tir n, " pulrtit
lip," or it" tlio npiriiirinlltui Mil lurniH it, u
"innrlitu mlhvtij'." Wo tiro inclined lo ntlvo
rnto llio lli or rnilwny in ireTcri'tir-o lo llio
iliu'k. Tlio dock wotilil lm c iiorinmirily nioro
oxiiutinivo, PHpccliilly vliott wo ootiHiilur tlnit
llio lino mill full of lidcn in lliin limlior in no
Htimll its lo lio prncticnlly iihcIchh. Siipporto n
Kritviiii; dock wuru ronxtriii'tuil itnd u nliip
Honied into it, tlio wliolo itt:ititily of wntor
lieedi'tl for llnalinp lior in, would hnvo to be
pumpnl out by flenm, for llio titlo woitltl Hcittro
ly holp nt nil, Willi n patent, slip n tthip in
need of rcpinr would lio put on llio cradles
nnd by niouiit of ulcntit unpHLttiN, drawn tip out
of tlio writer mifltciently for tiny iteccMHtiry re
pairs, without, unions in tho caso of vury lniivy
ships, having to dischitri;o :t siu;lo ton of Iml
itiB. Uor repairs completed sho would Riiuply
ho cased down tho vnyn to;aiti nnd be-eatly
for sen. Not only tho construction hut tlio
inniutctinnco of n dry dock would ho enor
mously moro cxpensivo than llio Rlip nnd its
u.o prnportionntoly oxtmvii;niit. It should
ho liorno in mind, however, Unit neither dock
nor milwtiy is tihsolutely dctumided hy the
ticcosdities of tho port, hut Unit rnthcr, cither
would ho mi experiment directed towards
drawing hithor ships in need of repairs. Tho
Austrian frigate Dontiu had u now stent post
put in, hy means of n colTerdam. Many other
v ssols havo been rcp.iitcd by tho same means,
A large iron conl-lnden ship was run into by
tho City of Melbourne, hur iron bowsprit badly
crushed nnd hur hoad-kneo actually driven
round to starboard nt a very considerable, an
gle with tho keel; sho also requited numerous
other repairs both to tho hull and aloft nntl till
theso were executed by tho mechanics of tho
foundry, at her berth at tho wharf. Again a
largo guano-laden ship camo in hero, leaking
badly wo forget her name landed her 1S00
tons of guano, was hnvo down, keel out, and
thoroughly caulked mill tu-uipiiicie.l. Mnur
of tho coasting emit, sleamciH tin well ns nail
ing vessels havo been hove down nml repaired.
Tho mail steamers tiro docked at Sydney after
each trip. A fust-class graving dock has
beoti at work for many years sit S.in Krnncisco,
and another is iu course of construction at
Ksquiiualt, V. I., so that wo do not seo tho
immediate necessity for either dock or slip.
Thk discussion last week, at tho Interior
offico, on tho subject of immigration, was by
no means exhaustive, or to ni.iny of our
citizens sufficiently complete or satisfactory.
Mr. Charles Fftuger us tho bead of llack
fold's recommended persistence in importing
laborers ftom Germany, Madeira and the
Azores, at tho sanio time pointing out tho diffi
culty of despatching a, half ladou shjp from
nretnen, with ompty cargo spaco for tbo ac
commodation of say 250 passengers, and thou
probably suffer a. considerable delay, or per
haps final failure, in procuring tho required
number of volunteers and so mako an unprofit
able voyage. Mr. Athcrton on behalf of .Messrs.
Castlo & Cook, explained their scheme for
bringing out families from Norway. Xn doubt
these pooplo are accustomed to a very low
rate of wages in their own country, and work
hard and for long hours j but wo cannot think
that thoy, any of them indeed, aro likoly to maku
good " field hands " on n plantation in this
climate. Somo will bo probably mechanics
who will seek employment at their vnrious
handicrafts, somo fishermen, somo snilots,
others small store-keepers but few for out
door plantation work except porhaps as toatu
Mcrfi) or bullock-hords. The I'orttigucso too,
generally Bcem to gravitato towards tho small
trader-class, or work on il.iiry farms. Tho
South Sea people aro ns a whole well epoken
of and present for tbo time tho best Hold from
whence to recruit, nntl if tho various expedi
tions now in acarcli nf immigrants for theso
Inlands, provu reasonably successful, tho labor
will bo brought in hero cheap, but tho smaller
Urn numbers procured tho groutur llio cost per
heat, Mr. Afoug was of opinion that persist
ent importation of labot must in tho end break
down tho present exorbitant rate of wages, but
it will tako a long timo and hordes upon
hordes of Chinamen to arrivo ut this result,
llotb Mr. riluger and Mr. Athcrton ngiecd that
scores of Chinamen aro at tho present moment
doing nothing, being supported by tho advance
nr wage of thoir countrymen in employ, anil
this for tho express piiipimo, of keeping iip tho
wages. Altogether some 3,000 individuals, men
women and children tuny bo looked for in tho
courao of tho next six mouths ; of these, taking
Chinamen into consideration as thoy usually
bring nn almost uunotieeablu pur cuiittigo of
women, perhaps two. thirds may he counted on
as working hands. Two other sources of sup
ply have been recommended, but as if by tacit
agreement neither wus mentioned at the meet
ing last r'tiday. Theso am on tho one baud,
freed men from tbo Southern S lutes and on the
other, coolies from tho Kasl Indies. Of tho
Connor wo do not propoau how to upcak, but
of tho latter wu huvo lately become possessed
of somo information which Bcema useful and
instructive.
In a number of tho Timtt published in tho
early iiart of thin year, l uti extract from n
Government report from llrltish Guiana, which
ktalc that in that Colony alona to 00,000
coolies, ami that they own 10,000 sterling in
Government Savings ItatiU besidts inuny in
vestmentajn properly real and personal, lly
a voluble paper i,rawj ynby Mr, Xriindo t.
loaru that tliesu coolies aro euguged iy lecog-
rASSKNOKUS.
idTfil, pnltl ngptil In tho it)rfontil I'rrsltlrinrirs
of India. Tho coolies aio bound for fivo yniirti
labor nml a subsequent other IHo years ro
siilnnre, frco rxcept as to leaving llio (Jointly ;
nt tho rttul of Ihn leu years very fnw euro to
? ft it t ri to their long bigotled hoinoi, The
agent, who art) slutliiui'd mostly hi or about
Ciilt'itttit ntul Madras, havo their suluiigeuls
ami ilepols nlwiijn mailable, nml fretpiotitly
Ihn mi m n agent nets fur two or miirii Colonies.
Tlinieforo II our Hoard wore loetuliMivor In i'll
llst htbornrs, most probably Ihn iif.ent fur h'ljl
or IJneeushilid would bo periuitted by Ills cm
phiyots In art fur us also nml theitifoto vu
shmllil bn naietl tho cost of a special ngt'iil, but
liieioly bo milled on to pay i ;iwi(mii of tho
iMpntisi's, llio sub-ngiMits or leoruitiiig ofilt'Dis
depots &f., being nil ready ut liulul. No per
quisite or I'oiumissinun nt u iiIIomuiI; every
t'tiilgiuiit shifi must carry a surgron, but
neithor tho ship uor tho surgeon mo allowed
any jay for pnsnoiigein who may tlio on the
way, but only for thomi landed at the port of
debarkation. Mr. Arundel rlimntrN Ihn cost
of landing I'onlio nt I'iJI at about 27 per head,
Of this, III the case of lliitinh Colonies, olio
third is paid by tho Goviirutuolit, say Xtl; tho
remaining XI8 is paid by tho employer iu ii
s ailments spread nvei tho live jcum of it -dentnrcd
labor. Mr. Arundel considers his
csliimito of I'll as trriV outtttte the mm'k, and
it iueltitlen nil expenses iiieuried.
Under tho headings of Agonoy in Cnlcuttn,
Cost nl Depot and Item tilting, lasago Mottoy,
Medical Officer, Druggist, anil Interpreters,
wilh thoir return passago to India, and tho re
turn passage of Coolies, tho expenses aio
reokonod nt I'iA 10, say SI20 per head ; but
this is exclusive of tigenls salary in India,
depot oxpensos in Colony and iutoiestoil niotioy
advaiicett, Theso bring tho total expense as
wo saitl to 27 81.15 per head. Tlio depot
expenses hero would he very small and havo
hitherto been paid down hy tho employer iu a
lump sum with tho other charges incurred by
tho Hoard. "Tho question of return passages
" is u gieat point with llio Indian government,
" ami thuy must bo well satisfied as to tho
" yowl nllh (tint ttnbilily of the ynrmimrnt
" miikituj the nrrceiiirnt to that ellVc't." Those
words ntu of tho utmost importance, as inti
mating that thu Indian government, oucn satis
lied us to tho good faith ami stability of the
government it is dealing with, leaves tho mat
ter thence, fotwartl iu tho hands of tho hitter.
It is Haiti that certain clauses iu tho Constitu
tion of this Kingdom preelutlo tho possibility
of opening negotiations with tho Ilrilish gov
ernment on this subject. If it bo so, then tho
most earnest attention of our most abloettites
mcu should ho turned in tin i direction and imi-
deavois made to clear away imv obstacles.
Wo aro firmly convinced that competition, not
of Chinese against Chinese, but ol other laces,
is tho one thing needed to pull us through our
labor difficulties.
Tho Kiirnpoans who aro to bo brought here
aro very good iu their way, but wo doubt if
they can compoto with tho Uliineso iu a tropical
cauo field. Tho I'oittigueso from Mndoiia ami
tlio Western Islands huvo so far gone into lit
tle business of their own, nnd ato at all events
an iiiiiiflicieiit offset in the laco ol tho Chinese
itiiiuigiuliou accomplished nntl iu prospect.
At all o.cnts let no stotto bo left unturned
until theso island show a fair prospect of be
ing ro-peopled and Industry is no longer no
heavily burdened by high w.igos as is the case
at present.
Thu average freight lo Fiji is about 12 10
Trinidad only pays 10 because a freight
homo is generally available. Tho suigcons le
ceivo from 10 to 18 shillings a bead.
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
Tin: icturn match at Urickot camo orron
Saturday afternoon. Several changes had
taken place in both teams since tho last week's
gaino. Tho Honolulu Cricket Club lost tho
services of Messrs. G. D. Freetli, Ed. Holds
worth, W. Lisbman antlj ,T. Dowsett. Tho
(fnnni-tn went iu first and showed somo vory
fair play and camo out for a scoro of 7a.
Lunch was served iu tho marquee before tho
II. 0. O. went to tho wickots. As before, it
was tastefully laid out ami presided over by
tho ladies whose relatives weio among tho
players. After lunch the II. 0. C. sent iu
Messrs. Harrison anil Purvis, and from that
moment a change camo over the stylo of play.
Mr. Harrison, a most ndmirsiblo batsman,
played mainly for safety and four or five overs
woio sovcral times bowled without a hcoio.
Mr. Harrison seemed to do pretty much an ho
pleased with tho hall, generally blocking it
straight down on tho ground or simply rolling
it back to the bowler. His play too g1(vo tlio
cuo to tho opposito end and both bals played
cautiously. Now ami then, hnwover, a ball
came which it was safe to tliivo at and then
Ilarrihtm struck, and when ho made a hit it
was generally good for two if not three.
Harrison defended his wickets triumphantly
for nearly two hours. Tho (Jwinrti changed
their bowler nntl took to slow utidcihnnd bowl
ing whilo tho field closed up and at ItiRt Har
rison by an unlucky tin' wa caneht bv tlm
wicket kecpor Mr. Chads, having scoretl li) off
ins own bat; the II. 0. O. standing at 70 for
four wickets. Tho gamo was practically lost
and won but it was determined to play it out.
T. Iiishmaii matlo 20 and tho other phiyots
brought tho scoro up to III. Mr. Miller
played well and matlo 18 ; Eel. Purvis 0; and
C. Perry 3; but. all went out while tho unas
sailable Harrison held on. However, thoganio
was finished as wo slated above, viz: (7ii,rs
73, and II. 0. 0. as ueaily iih possible tloublo,
HI, u termination little anticipated by either
side, wo buliove. "
Tub traffic in our streets has increased fivo
fold within the but three or four years, but the
sticcts aio no wider than bofoio. It thcrofoto
behooves tho pollen lo keep u sharp look out.
Indeed it is time that their cigars, nowspapois
and stools wore piououucetl tubu, Ucccutly
wo saw in Fort Stieet two hack-driverH stop
ubreast one of uuother for a friendly yarn, and
bofoio thoy separated, a string of seven .or
eight vehicles weio wailing cu act lor nu op
portunity to pasH by. Now thu polico jihutilil
be instructed to patrol their various beats, or
districts, timl bo pai tictilarly caiufnl to make
every empty vehicle " move on." Jliiljuuk
wagoiiB loo, need thu attention of tho poltcu
ami any driver should bo lined wlio passes
through thu sticels without having bin cuttlu
fairly In hand. It is Impossible to drive four
bullocks through a cm wiled nlieet whilo sit
ting in tho wagon, and of course if a pilvatu
carriage cumts into collision with a bullock
learn, drawing a heavy load of stone or earth,
thu former gets tho woist of it and tho latter
goes on his way rejoicing. In nil great cities
which wo havo visited, ft is hold to bo u most
important (unction of tho police, to render
locumoliun as vy anil saluas possible, by tor
bidding unnecessary atupiuges, keeping driv
ers on their own nijo of llio street, seeing that
no hutivy drays or wuguns uiu allowed to move
unless the driver have sulHciont control over
their beasts. Helping women ami children
aio ciowiled streets is another liup..rtant
item In (he duties of tho polico. ' PiBveution
is better tluiti euro" and for an activo polico
force, to pi event collisions autl blocks, is bet
tor tliun that they should sit still on their
tools until called fur, by reuson of sumo ac
cident. Nu doubt that's so j about llio " squeezed oraiise."
Hut b careful liuw,yuu Irvadou thu plymuli(htsllp
up.- J . C .1, '
'I'tio rwil of a ripo, Juiuv orange Is a slipptiry and
tro&cUurou thing to tread upon, but there is noth-
ing more harmless than one that has "paaaoU tho
pvi-ioa of its usefuluiW aud U-ooiuo dried,
Ikirciuil autl withered to u crisp. "
Mnttinrnloittrrtt.
MurlJI, HAMAKt I DtsTMIfrT. Mall!.
Itrrord for wrnk emliuR Nnvi'mlMr2inl, IrW. Kin.
ration ll) fi it nhovn una. level
rttmiiurKii
Avraur bnomrlrr rmdliit' "' Irfvttrtt trading
tinted Not inber Jnd, tin "' HlRhetl imdlnn
imlril Oct iier Mat, n t, M 'iS
TlinnwimrTitn
Atrrnr i rtnipmelrrs llrt lmllv " 11 wrt Inilli, r.'J',
Atrraue rrl ,ilvo niinililllj, tn per rrnl
No ruin f,ill
tNKHIIWr.TPII
HlAtul.iril tl, H. RUStfe, I'oiiitiirnrlnjj Notrmber 1st
Avrrntis vrlorllv prr hmir, tltilnillr. Nnmnbrr Itnd.
Airnmr telui llj per liiinf, S inllrt,
rinrna of Worship.
HrntB'a IlKTiiri lire M I' Rainniii I'hnplaln, Klrrj
Unit, near llir ttallnr' llonir, Friaclilntr at II a w.
Heats (rre miilnlli Hrhool lirfrrr (ho inorubir aervlrr,
Flayer nierlliinnii Wrditrnlnv rtriiltifta at T'l ii'diiek
Finn rrurT t'liini'ii llrv W Frrnr, I'aslor, rmnrr
of I nrl and llrrrlanls altrrla I'rrarliliie on Hundiitt
at II A u and 7I l' is, Habbalh nchnnl al III h.
Kr Xinnsw's HtTilfniKi IIiiRllali arrvlrrai III Itev
Ihr lllalnip of IIiiiioIiiIii nnd llrv Tims lllrirkliiirn. Ha
Italian irtlrai Itev Alrr Mnrklnlnsh flail, I Inly
I'oiiiiiitinlotii tl HI, .Mnllna nnd Hertiinii (Itnivallnn)t if,
Mnlliia, l.llntiy nnd rtrrniou (Klicllali)i I, llveii.oiii;
(lliiMilllnii)l Tm, Ilvrnaoiii; and Hrriiinii (Itncllali)
llyinns (l.nirllttii, iiioriiluc- un, SUT, (pari 111 rtiv
uitiXi it", aw, ."i.
lviiAlnn('i:ni'ii Itrv II II I'nrkrr, I'aatnr, Kltiff
alrnt, nlmyr llm I'liliire Hrrvlcn In llnnallnn rvrrt
Miimlajr at It ( m. Hnblmth Ni himl nt UU m. Cirnliiit,
aeivlrrt nt 7li o'rlnrk, nllrrimlliiL' nllh Knuniaknplir
lil'iriri inrriinifs in vn ruins r impels ni .lit) r M I
I'rnyer
Hireilntr evnrjr "diiesila nl Yi I'
K llliAhi in 1,'inineii Itev M Kiinrn. I'aatnr, Here
tnnln alrerl, urnr Vitiinitii Nertlrrs III llnnnllan every
Suiiiliir nl HtiM HhIiImIIi Hrhi.nl nt'.Mi t m liven.
lug services nl ( n'rlnrk. nllernnlliig l
I'rnyrr nirrllnir rvt'tjr Wrdnrailnjr nl V r
nn iinnmniinn,
vt
ItmiAs f'Atlliil.io I'litliull Hntler Hie rltarcr of lit
Itev lllslion Millffrt. naalaled bv Itev l'nllnr lli-riiinnii
Tort alrerl, nrnr llerelnnU. Nerilrpa every Humlajr ni
III M nnd 12 1- .
Wr. .Initio tiiiissl lll please cull nt I'. Ilrewer A
Oo 'a, tjiiein alreel Id nt
Mrs. A, A'. Mi'llis hns removod her ilresH mnklii
establishment to llm Hew firo-prisif building,
(llretter's HtiH'k) No. 101 Port street, whore shnvrili
bo happy In meet Iter lady friends.
WnUhrtm Wntclms.
'rom thfHytlnry Dully Teltgruih, -Unit l, Iflwi.l
Tlir Wiittti mi Wntcb ('otiipnny hnr been nwnrdeit Ihr
only ioit mtilnl glirn for milrlic nl the Sydney Inter
nallonnl Mshlhllloti, nnd nro tlio only I'thlbllnrn In nuy
elms froni the t'nlted Htntea who linvr rrcrltril llila
illatluetlve rrsiiciillliiii.
M MetNHItNV.
t Soln Acrtit for Ihn llnnallnn Islnnila.
TO l,KT.
TWO HUITI-'S OK lltWIMH, OXIO
I nicely (nrnl'beil, nnd llio ntbei unfurnished -tiler
lnruu nnd idry. Al stnlile tor lxirt-a. W lleretnutn HI.
M tin
NOTICE.
THK irXIHOIIHIONKI) iiavixc;
.1. Iiei'ii ipiolnted by the Court nn Administrator of
the llatnloof Chnrlen I.onj;, di rrtised, roriuoata till prtrt
lea Indebttd to the I'stnte, lo mnko Imtuedlnlo payment,
nnd nil p'lrtlrs hiolui? i Inlm ntrtilntt the sitld t'atnte tn
ptesent thrill for settlement lo the uiidersh;tiiil wltlitn
six lunnthf. from ilntu or tltry will bo furrier Imireil.
1'. A. HCIIAI'.l'r.lt,
AdnilnlMrnlor of the ealnlo o( CitAn. I.iinii, dei enaed.
Ilonolnlii, Nmember lai, IHH0. H,T II Dm
NOTICE.
THK "For. LOWING GOODS
IX
the Ilendi'il stores iineliiuued. nlll I
sold for duties
ti'nl eli irycii, unleiiii properly entered within twenty
il.ivs friitn XiirnniliiT IMtli. IfvSU
i'. steiimer C'lly of New York, from ymt I'mnclsco,
luiinSUtli, IS7U.
Maiih.
A M. Cniiieron,l cr 1 doyen boxes Tnticy Crnckers.
A M. Cntiieron, - cs 1 Zuccntn'H l'ntet.t I'npyriitfrnph,
won lever, presii nnu natures.
lit itinr Uity of Sydney, from San Francisco, August
lilt:, ism.
Mtiik.
A. it. (Jntacron 8 rs, cntitnlnlnir, 13 tfpltolstered Chairs.
W. 1'. AM.I.N. Collector Oenernl.
Custom House. ynvumber Mill. 1SS0. Si" II at
Santa Claus Headquarters.
ANNOUNCEMENT.
OiviNo to tiii: iii:i,ay or t; vi'i-.crr.it
Invoices from I.onilon, New York, nnd Son
I'rnnclsro, Ilia uuilersltjned hereby glii's notice to
the public c,f ucrnlly. Unit the tiiiinl
HOLIDAY OPENIXU
will not take ilnco until December 1st, when n fine dl
plny o(
Miscellaneous Hooks, I'npctcrlcst
Fancy Ootids, Novi-'Itlcs, Toy.s, Ac,
KmbrncliiK Litest lines of nil goods, will bu ofTercd,
ftllly eiii.tl lo former selections.
Patrons will benr in mind that the nbovo trends
AIIKMITA Willi: SHOW, but the tnnln frntnrn of
r l'ort Street Storo buslnres, nnd len yenrs cnlerinrj to
Hi" llnllilny wnnt" "', tbo community eimhlei mc to
select, wiin .i tnoroitlt ktiuT.in(i,.a t tbi. i-.-
ll'.'t aiioa. o. THllUM.
NOTICE-POSTAGE FREE.
THE HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL
AND II.TjUSTItA.TKI)
DIRECTORY AND TOURISTS' GUIDE
Contilninj over 7W piifios,
With Twelve Lithographs
Scenes of Interest in the Islands.
ttV- rit:if;c freu to Kitrope, tbo Unllril Stntes, nnd
llio Colonics, on recelpl or the prlcu with niinio unit nil
drcsH tn whom sent. Address
OKO. HOWSEIt & CO., I'tibllslierc
6-T 11 lm Honolulu. II. I.
MRS. D. CUDDY.
NURSE AND MIDWIFE
NO. i.1 AI.lKKA.rVrKr.Kr.
tinirn limirN rrolit I A. .If. I 0 P. .It.
TO -AVIIOjr IT MAY CONcl3I?T.
J. Wn the undersigned, citizens of Hun Frnuclsco, do
hereby certify that wu li.no known Mrs. 1). Unfitly for
scver.il yean In this city, us u Nursu and .Midwife, nnd
wo cheerfully recommend her ns it competent and skill
(ul person In that capacity.
K. I). WISH. .M. I); II. S. IICN, M. H: M.M.KNOX,
M. I); MJOKIIAHT, Jl. I); JuSKI'II KIHtl'. M. 1):
I hereby certify that I limo known MltS. I). CUDDY,
for llio pust threu (,l) yeirs, and nlwajs believed her In
bo nn hmiiMt, nprlrjht nnd faithful woman, nod or omul
diameter. ItKV. KATIIHIt VEHDAQUKIt.
Althouijh not pcrsonnlly ncipinlntedith MHK. CHI)
I)., I ut, what from prominent pliysleiins unci others
hnw told, thols very lilj-hly spoken of, as an nblo and
rklllful nurse and midwife.
. . WALTElt MNDI.HY. M. D
II lm Health Olllter.
WANTED,
riwo oit tiihiu: ikioms. Axn iiimhi
M. wholesomiiboartl In prlvnto family, for u senile
limn, wife and two ililldrt-n. Ilenllhy location. Address,
latltiK terms and locution, " HO.VHD," this onice.
Hutl III L't
FARM FOR SALE.
BA.N.l.XV .M TAHO FAIIM. SV.V Kl
eclpta iVJ) per month.
Apply to S. E. HlbllOl', Oov't Survey Onice. or !S!
bihiiiil hlreil. IU S It
NOTICE.
AT thk AsorirAr. mi.ktixgov
tl.ii Mockholdcrn of tho WiiIIiimi Sugnr Company,
held at Wrtihec, Mnul, October SNtli, IB), tho followlni!
olHctrs were duly eleclrdi
I' . jiukcu
C HMukej
A J Cnilurli'ht,.
A A Cnurtvitvy..,
Bil 1) It
President
. . . , Vlce-1'rcsldi'ii t
.Treasurer ;iro Urn
Hrrretary
A A (.om.Ti.Nr,.'. Sec'y.
SPECIAL NOTICE,
A lr. ACCOUNTS DUKAXl) OAV-
r INH to the I'AUIl'IU COMMHItC'IAI. ADVI'.It
TIHKHOllleoiiptnanil Includlns tho Jlthdnyot Ancuit
must busettlvilivitli J. II, Illuck iiuly. All IniUblrduets
up to Ihoiaiiiudalu will bo ttlllcd by
. . J. II. IH.ACK.
JjIinolitiu. AiisiistS't, IMjU. Hl7'J .
JUST RECEIVED
AN INVOICE Ol'
HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
"DRY MONOFOLE,"
Ami Pot Halo by
H.7-1.' II. HCK-i....) X CO.
L. G. SREBOVIGH & CO.,
IMroitTKIlS AND DHAI.EItH IN
FRESH FRUITS & CALIFORNIA PRODUCE
A 1.80
lNii.tr-4 ol (5vory Iciinl
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Frosh EaBtcrn Oyators in tho Shell
ItKCKlVUU HV EACH BTUASIKIt.
I
FU.1NK II. AUSTIN & t.,
Commission Merchants and For
warding Agonts.
OHlce 'o. 20 CuIlfomU St., Man Franrhco.
CoTiil-nnnent from Ike Hawaiian lilanda desired.
Tho llctl I'tlcct Wacunled, and ttalct Uuaraulcvd.
blS 4 y -
TO LET.
Till''. COTTAOP. HKCKNTIiV
or.
I rupled by the Into .1 II loniy. In Nininnii Valley
Z
J. II.
WOCIH.
Hi tnf.rr Ml
ni n it
Co-Pitrtnonihin Notlco.
A. I. t'Mlt'lltt AMI l. (t, .III.M'.M,
Jr..
na both rraldlni; In Itoiioliiiu, nro Ihr ttirmbrra nf
tbr firm nf I' llrrtvrf ,l Co doin j imalnert nt LiimniU
alnu Mrrrlisnla nt Honolulu Oahtt II I. I'llll
NOTICE.
iti:uiif,t.it .tniMiii.r iiiiim;ms
film:
Mr
Mrrlloir of tbo f.lhrnrv Aaao. latlmt will tnkn
plscr nt Ila rooms nn Inrt tirorl Ihls ry, nlnif nt i'i
n'rlork, Hill It A I'AttMI'.til'.i: Keen Inry
NOTICE.
nl'.'ftlV.lfaV A.tl lull .WAV, III! I'll Of
ulioni rrtldn In IIoihiIiiIii tunallliitn til" firm of
llrnry Mnv .1 I n, rnrrylntr on llielr Intalnras na Whole
alnnml Ifrialt I'mvlalnn Jlrrrbnnta nl n l'ort Mtreel
tout III'.NIIV MAVrVI'O
NOTICE.
AI,l,l'r,IISIINIIA VI.M)'l,,S.I.MNA'AINr
II Into of III" late llllnni II llarnrv. t In re.
iy iinlllled I" preseni llieiii In the uliib rtlunrit nllhlu
tl innntlit Iriiin dnlr, nr Ihey will lm barren.
M. M IIAMII-t,
llteeiilnr nf tlio will u( V II llnrnin
llminliilii, Noveiiilierl(ll, IHSl
MI'SICAI, HAM.
AiS.SOClATION.
v ntin:it i tiii: noAiiii or
I'll I'M.
tees the Pnrili nnd I'lnal Aaaet-menls nf Iwinly
niopereeitt upon llm Cnpllnl Hloek of Hi" Mualcnl
llnll Aasiielnllmi. Mill lieilunand pnyabln nl the iilllrr
of A MeWnyne, Tinlaury .on JKI.N1IAV, tliniMnd (
Novrmlierln.l ,1 A IIAHHINIIKIt, Mec'y
llolinlillll, Niivrnilirr Mil. IIWI, HI t
notice!
TIIIH IH TO r) It'PIKV 'I'M AT
1 M. I 'lil 1 11 ti-. residing In Hnu I'fillii l.i o, Cnlltnrliln.
nnd A l.oi wruberynnil M. I In en, residing In Honolulu.
diiliiK liutliiess Iu Iloiiolulu na Imporlrra nml I'limnils-
slon Metilinuls under Ihn firm name or M Phillips
Won,,,,u,-, """ """ M IM1IM.II.H .;,.
NOTICE-FOR SALE.
rpiIK I'NK.VIMIIKI) POItTIO.V OK
.1 the l.rsn (vlr.t 7 vriirs), 1'lxltirrs, I'lltlnu". 1'iiriil
litre, Ae , n( Hie Nrliimliif Cookery lleslniirniil. lilrhnrdi
slrret. Iieiuiru Mirclmnt nml (Jiicfn liislruellous rnn
be l vert l( rriinlrril to InriiniliiK purly T Ills proprrtv
Is well worth Ihr nollrnot tiny r..tilrl nir n Imslness o(
litis description. I'or dill pnrllnilnrs ntiply on llir prrtn.
Ises In HI 11 AMilKI) II. llOlfllHTON.
"notice
Pn nr.itr.nv uivi:., that tiii: rof.i.ow
I ne drnrts hnvo been lost, nnd Unit tbo iinyiiirnt o(
tlirm hns been slopped, vll No. Ui'J, driiwn lyr A. Pratt,
Haiku, (or I'l, on Cnlle A Cooke, (ov.ir of Knnniiiii
No B.'iltl. ilrnnn by llnlkti Hutfnr Co No, li, for fJI. on
unstir .v, t.
til lm
iit(ir (ii lii-nfpr.
CI). IIOITHUIII.AI'.tlKH A CO.,
Assignees nf T Aim of Ilnlku.
(Jo-Piii'liiiii'sliip NoMvo.
OIINUV .1. IIAUT AXI) KI.I.IH A.
I Inrt. both resldlni' Iu Iloiiolulu, ronstltttto tbo
of Hurt llros., tlolriK buslncsn tit itestnttrnnt nnd
llrm
Illtlltird Hnloou Keepers.
II Altl llltllM.
Ki'i !l ill
uiiiwiii. imi
JAMES HANLON,
Gonoral Blacksmith, Horsc-Shoor
AN
VETERINARY SURGEON.
I'nplannde, In rear nf Chinese Thenlre. 1" lm
THIS IS TolDERTIFY
THAT THK I'lll.M OF
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
Dolnt nn Importing nnd Commission business in Ho
nolulu. West corner of Fort nnd Merchant streets, con-
I'llIJI). IIANNINf), resldlni! In (lermany, and
w.ll. .MAliltl l.rs, risiiiiui.' in Honolulu.
It) lm HI). IIOI'I'MCIIl,Ai:(li:it A CO.
Co-Partncrship Notice.
rpiriH IS TO OKUTIKV THAT THK
JL midi rslgncd nro resident co-partners of the firm of
A. V itlchardson ii Co, Honolulu.
A. W. HIUIIAItDSON.
I lm MHS. Jl. U. ItlClIAIlDSON.
NOTICE.
rpirKVJHM OFCASTIili & COOKK,
JL dolujr n (leuernl Mcrchnndtsr nud Criintnlsslon
lliislliessin Honolulu, consists of SAM UHI.N.CAMi.i:
nntl .)OSi:i'll II. Ai'HllKTON, both rcHlilin- in Hi, no
lulu. 'J 21
H. W. SEVERANCE,
Hn.wn.iinu Consul & Commission Morolinnt
7 3H1 C'n I Ifornln St.. (Jul., Itooiu No. 1. ly
WRAY TAYLOR,
OI.GAXIST .VXD CIIOIKMASTKIt
of Si AiiiIji w'b Cathedral, te.icber of 1'inno nnd
Orirati. Hesldencc, llishoii'it College, Nittiaiiii Avenue,
Iloitolulti, 7 lm
FAMILY BOARDING SCHOOL
South Konn, Hawaii,
J?OU HAArAlIAX CJIIU.S. COX
. ilucted by the Itev. S. II. ,t Mrs. DAVIS.
Terms. Ax. on nppllcntlon. 8 lm
HIGG1NS & JESSETT,
Nos. WnndffiKlnt'.St.,
., Cnrrlnp;o Builtlors, Trim
incrs, Paintcra, Viirninlior.
All kinds ot Ucp.ilrlut; nttetidcd to, and iood work
Kii.iranteetl at Low Kates. 8 ly
Copartnership Notice.
'"PHIS Is TO CKU'l'IJi'V THAT "N'l
.L I he iindcrslueil are co'purlners tif thu Arm utiuieo
of
llvniiiu Ilrtithers. Iloiiolulu
it. W. llymun. Senior, rcsldlnc In Snu Frnuclsco,
11 V llyiiian, .lunlor, resldlni' In ban Francisco,
Michel llymun, resldlni: Iu New York,
Morris lljmiin, resiilint; In Honolulu,
j. iiviiniu, rcHitiiii in Honolulu,
IIYMAN HltOS.
8 lm
Honolulu, October SI, 18S0.
PROPOSALS FOR
BORING AN ARTESIAN WELL
NEAR HONOLULU
Will be received by tho Trustees of the Lunaltto Estate,
Till the loth -) of November.
For particulars, Inquire of S, 11. Dole.
KDWIN O. H.....,lTrll.,,,.
1) lit S.I1.DOI.K. frTrtistcct.
A GRAND CONCERT
IN AID OF THK
Beretania St. Schools,
WII.I. HE (1IVF.N AT THK
LAUQE NEW HAI.lt OV THK SCHOOLS
ON
Saturday Evening, November 13th
Hy a number of I.ady and nrntlemrn amateurs.
Leader, HtOF. II. HKItUKIt.
THE BOYAL HAWAIIAN BAND
Will piny I'rnmciiadi) Music before and after tho Con
cert, Promenade music ut T o'clock; Concert ill 8 o'clock
snurp.
Ticket may bo had from Messrs. Whitney ,t Hubert
tin. .Mr. T. 11. Thrum, Mr. A. McWoyne, and Mr. M,
inuuiiTliy.
Itcserved Heats, 3 In); Iliitlyjrjf the Hull, t l.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL
z-oa 1001
TSNOAV IN COUltSK OKCOMIUr.A-
L llou, to be lstiieitdurluu December. I'mtlcs de.lrlnc
coplen will plratu (orwnrtltirderaenrly. AtUfrllscmenti
respecKully solicited. 'Ihu coinlui; Ittini will not bo
behind any of It predecessors In i .tillable Information,
and will contain new features of Interest, rmhruclns
Theatrical Itemtulncrnccs, Trip to Kllnuen, llawallnu
Climate. Oaitieitud Oamn Laws, Huwullau Alcu, I.1
Kcnd, tilnll.tlriil Tables, Ac. As tin paint nr eipcnio
aro sound In miikr. It merit the (ontbU'iicu of thu public,
it tt doped til receive a continued liberal support.
i'lm i: i'i:it 'iv, ii r u:.tn.
Ordert tn mnll copies ubroid mutt Include, 13 cent!
for poitaj-e, nwliij tn lis Increased weight. The coil
ttautly liiireailui; eilltloiii and Ila morn intended ilr
litlHtlun ulvu I'xct'lleiit udvanlntirs tn niherll.ers.
b.'3 IU lm THOS. (1 THItb'M. 1'iibllihcr,
NOTICE
js in:iti:iY oiviixto AT.r. im.ii-
X sons th.it at u meeting of the rlhnrrholdrrt nf the
Illicit MisarOniupjuy, Iteld on tlto'.'Ut duy nf Oriobrr,
it was voted to accept the Charier u( Incorporation
Kraiileil tn litem nml their attoclatet and aucirs.ors,
under Ihu cutpornte nuiuo uml style of thu 1111, HA
M'll Alt CO., on the '.'lid day of October, IrNI. autl Hint
thu Corporation under said Charier nritnnlavit Itself and
elected tbo follow loi' iiunied ulllcers. tut
l'reildenl.... Cldu.Htirfe-.cli
Vice-President.,....,., .,,,.,. J no h Walker
rjt'crvliiry uud Trcuturcr ..Win tl Irwin
Audllor Chit N Spencer
Notice It also given that pursuant lo the terms n(tald
clutter, tin Nlockholdcr thall bi Individually liable for
Iheilebtt u( Ihu C)ornirntluti beyond llio amount which
thall bo due upon thu tharti or shares nwntd or held by
hlmsrir. WMOUtWIN. f
tt!l a It Becreury llllea bugarCn,
REAL ESTATE!
Ihrtlrulile I'roiierty on l'ort St. I'or tSulr,
THK WKI.I. KXOW'X LOT SlTl'-
J. atnl on Fort rttrrel atMive llorittuU. Till lot It
tut) (eet froulnsu oil Fori tlrcet, anil In I (eel rear. There
It a Ino-ttory tlwelllnii Itoutu till Hits lot, nearly new,
ultli cook houte. bath hoiitu ami privy, and Iwu wrllt
tU (ret deep, well slotted up (rom the bottom for enrr
nv-o purposei. Thu water it laid nn In four dlttrrrnt
places, and pipiti alt iu K"1 totolltloit. There la
ample risiui lor Hie rrecllou of two Urue milage. Tim
feucloL It ull new, Tbli It one uflhe uio-t ht-althyaud
centrally located lott lor a irtldrnro of aty in lbs city
of Honolulu 1 bv abuva tnlo ottert a good opportunity
for ihe permaiittut Inirttiniiit o( capital.
Title perfect, Deeds at Ihe cxpuitie at the purclu.fi.
A pitt of llm purcbato money may remain secured by
luurlijaijc ou the premises. Fur further particulars, ap
ply to 0. W. MAUY.imthviirrmitea, or
. a.j. oAurvvmuirr, uij.,
Whcru a pllu of tho lulcau bo stcn. . ail 7
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ASTOR HOUSE
DINING AND
LUNCH PARLORS,
Noi. 7 nntl 78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS. Proprietors.
JJoiird by tho Day, Wok or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Sotla Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in First-Class Style
AT A I.I. IIOUHS.
HENI.YJ.HA.IT, 82.1!) ELLIS A. HA11T.
3ri.cfxrGL Tolly,
MANUl'ACTUIlEl) Ol'
REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR
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27 H O DEt Kir,
Pratical (.nnfp.r.tioner & Pastry Cook
23 -A- EC 33 H. "TT
Pionoor Stoam Candy, Factory
Lemon and Tamarind Syrups always on hand
T ct xxi. t riuds
Put up In A. No. 1 Itcilnctl Hittritrs, lil-lily
ri-cnintncntleil rorHcavoyagea.
American, French, English
and
German Pastries
Mntlc to Orilvr at thort Nntlce.
Wedding Cakos Ornamentod
In tlio highest Ktjlo of Art.
Itlch fresh homo matlo ChncolntoCrcaint, Cocoannlanti
Cream Catnllct;.
Xo. 71 Hold Nlrrct lift. Nimnnii mill Fort
?I8 ly qr
CHAS. BLEIBTREY,
I'liorniETon of the
HAWAIIAN BRUSH FACTORY
NO. 75 HOTEL STREET,
T K.siM.'.frn.'irr.iv ivvniiiis ruin..
XV) pi'ciplc of thrsu Islntnls that lie It prcparcil lumnn
iifuctnrc till l-ltuls nf finishes at Ion eat rates, Inn lug
n.iu nn r 'viiliii:'j ui oi -ears.
All Work Guaranteed and Promptly Attended To.
1 ilctlie In call attention tn tho follonln;prlccai
Dnnilor Ilrnsltes, front .1 to Ti cents each;
Hcruliantl Shoo Ilrttshe., from 15 cuts tip;
Counter Dusters uml Whltciia.lt llrushcs, from
'.'Scents up;
lltirso Ilrnsltes Furniture ami Painters' Duitem,
front Ul cents up; (
Autl nil oilier kinds in proportion.
Machine, KIiiq ami Jewelry llrtithca matlo to tinier.
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BEST AMERICAN
STEAM ANDJATER PIPE.
Wo Mould call tho attention nf those rcqulrliij Hplnc
to nur largo atiHk ut
154,000 Feet On Hand!
llUcW WrMixl Steam I'lpo U, t" T In. diameter,
(lali.iiilieil Water l'lpo li to 3 Iti.illamcter.
1 17 Tho ulime at Misierato 1'rlcis.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS COMPY
in-i .lm
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
CYLINDER LUBRICATOR
Fott ham: ii v tiii:
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
Tltla lltllt! apparntnt nils Ihn cylinder cnitttautly and
r f..r,ll). So lltllo nil I. it H'd that a t.nlnj: of nil ami
iKarerjuil to fniirllinei tin cost may butt: 'Ctetl In one
Cason
Pint Size, $43. Half Pint Size, $30.
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tltd UiiilcrsiKituU,
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M Ihe Lmett Mirhl Jlttim,
frl THEO. H. DAVIE8.
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CHAMP AONE CIDEH MANUFACTORY
AND GROCERY.
No. 13 l.llllitt Nlrrrl.
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Co-Partnorahip Notice.
i IH TO CKItTIl-'V THAT Till:
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o-psitnert ol Ilia Arm nf llro -lie,
jni an reilUtuU nl Honolulu.
Hpcnr, & Co all nt Mhoni
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A. W. ItlCIIAUllnON.
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NOTICE.
CUIAIUTKS K. lUHIIOl'AKD .TOIIX
II. I'ATV. uotli leililltiK In Honolulu, roititlltilo
tho Cu-partncrtlilp ilolus liusliiuti as Danker In Hono
lulu aluutald. under tho fliiu name of IHsfcnu A I'oin
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r? Itlaiiils. In tho matter of WII.MAM INH KOO a
jroltiiitarr hatikrupt. Order to tho Marshal and ntnlco'.if
ht'tirlnt; amltii prnri-claims.
tin reaillric anil I flllrrif Ihn petitlnn nf William Irm Ftn
.'Yi'i'S 'V'1,1"," ,1'anl.riipt. It Is i,rilreil that ihn
Mrirslial do lak.. Into his possession all nf the prnpnly
nf tho sold MIIIam ntr iV.whlch Is not liy law exempt
from ejeriillmi alI ,(;, ,. ,, ,tre.hotnes, i-mintrV
hnittes. trrerts . hwiks and pspers uniler lock and seal.
J".'1 "i'! ".'"J,-1.0,1".''" h'--Wlh day nf NOVKMIIKU
A I) IhW.allUoclotka.m at my t.hamhers In Honolulu,
lie nml hereby Is appointed for hearlns the nueslloii of
sali! bankruptcy If dliiiiitcil.and that notice of these nro-cci-)llii.ajPiiiiu,,,,f
., HATUnnar I'ncss news!..
P-.r I i Ilounfulii for threo consecntlye weks prctlons
i'ii". I,l1 'rl"f.,wl'lcl' "il'l ""lice shall also call upon
all rriilliors of Ihn said debtor Ihen and there to appear
beforo tho said Chief Justice, to prnm their debts'
(Signed) OIIAH. V. HAIIIIIH,
o.i Chief .Tn.lles. nf lh. Hit.,... n.i
Uijriti:ui: oi'ut ok tiii: hamaih.v
Islniids. In I'n.liati. In tho matter of Hie Hoard-LW-ViiU'i
-"A-'IA ..AII.VNA and UIIAIII.KH I. .
mil Ml)?, .minors. Order to show cause on applica
tion nf (litardlaii for order of sale of real estate.
On renillti! and flUni; Ihe petition of 11. H. .Swinton, of
Ilonipliilti, the guardian ot Ihe persons and prouerty
nf Maria Kahana and Charles C. H, hitlntnn, mlnon.
prnylnt- for an order of sale of certain real i-ttate belons
liilflii Ma said wards and si'ltlnt.' forth cerlalh lecal rea
sons why such real estate should Imi sold. It Is herebr
ordered that the tint nf kin of the said wards and ail
-I.. ..I . t : --.v.- ... n..ui. (.... ... ntij all Ulliri
shoiiM not be crnnted for the sale of such estate. And
t l riirlherorderiil that a copy of this order be pub
ilsiiciint least three successive weeks before, the .aid
day of hearing. In Iho .Saturday I'ress and the Nnpepa
Kiinkoa new spa tiers, published In said Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, H. I.. October :)th, ib).
A. FltA.NOIH.IUIH).
, Jnsilee of iho Supreme Court.
Attest! A. ItosA. Deputy Clerk. 10
CL'I'UI-.MB CUUirp OJ' TIIK IIA-
iTiiivi. .i-n1,,!.'"'.'-.. '" ''.roo- 'n the e.tate of
JOHN C. W OOD. of Iloiiolulu, deccastd, Intestate. De
fore Jr,.Iiittlce.Iinld.
wn reKilltiir anil llllnK tho petition ot Loulta Wood,
ai'lIonolMu" '. nilVw-lwnVS of Vl.l.CoaV
nil !'.'',' vilticli tliita and place all persons con
lil .l.f ?.y.i 'KaT, -""I'liow came. It any they hate,
why salil peiltroii should not bo L-ranled: and that this
order be lmhn.hat , ,, ,,, fi rnaKe for lh"ro
Honolulu? Mei'k"'" ,hC ba""'"J- ' newspape? In
D.tud lionolulti, II. I., October ath. A. 1). IW)
A. FILVNCIS JUI)I.
tte.t. a n i. J,",tl?r .f the iinprcme Conrt.
Attest: A. it.isA. Deputy Clerk. 9 at
,,. ..Li ....iiti
Administrator's Snlo of Hoal Estate.
I3 'M M'3 3? ATT ,,: ' l OV T K "KSTA Tl :
-- or u. hanalna, deceaed. Intestate. Ilr tlrlne nf
an order of sale by the Hoe. C. C Harris Chief i.h?I
the bttpreme cfinrt, sitting .. a Co, o"lVobt'te on
flX-Y.re'.J'cnKT' A' U' 1tC- ,h 1-ISa IH
ON SATURDAY, DECEBIBER 18tb. 1880,
11 1"'cJ?k n!on " "'" " door of Alllolanl Hale
?n'ana!..a1!e..X1d,iln,ardl,Wh,C,' "
T,T?L.l..p,nCELS 0F LIN. "Ei-y:
aneTon.r,m:n;eno.,:',,'a' "d tn''"l"
Ti'li'o' KoJ)a,l,Vaa,tl:;hCri " " SZW
annum, Ihe leaso expiring June iMili, Iiki.
bo,wVTtr,t;'htlhl.,'.r,,ie torl,ert. of Klnsond Incch
ar'of ,tV.5.'.Vn"f 'an' a'c' . Zl) ff
s'2S"-SSi:
i. .,'i"ir7 !'"' ln i''ioa,cnnsittlna of II acres. Thla
lot Is letted for fsa per annum. parableVcn".nu itially
Tho lease expire. September , Jtsul. "oniiany.
t. V'i M-T''0 AIIIII-IIAAIIPIAI-IKl..itnill
In Koolatipoko, Oahtt. sttrtey of which I. now In courio
.f preparation. 11.1. 1, a talu.blo piece "tli"l"nm.
ami will liosolil.ubjicttn a lease nf $ IU) per annum!
explrlns December 31, lrl; also a secern! lease for J I fi
ner aniitim, explrliiR October St, ISetl. '
.. '"i,'"m1.'I"! w.r.".h""w" '" r MAWfOKZItO, tlt
tiatcd on Palace "Aalk, and contaliilnr; tu area nf Tis-UU
ill 111 HCfC
l.oriil-The Ill'ILDINOS on Iho above lot to bn
told sepata ely and In bo rjmmnl within - davVafter
nhlUV tT F 1l,'.tI'.!!t.1i5,Jl' ,Ili -.d IU (Till S
M".t?M,ai?i,i,d """ ""v,! ja-k'?-""-.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL,
A I.I. I llCHIIKNT, Protriclttr.
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1IOTKI. STltKKT. IIONOI.l'I.U.
Knlrancei on Hotel, Itlchardi, aud llrrclaiiU Strrelt
FIRST-CLASS IN EVKHY RKSPECT.
I'tlte. th tame a. FlrttClat. Hotel, In 8a0 Fiancltco.
r rml S
voijoano ecoxjio
vn.t....H wr wr hiuvk,
W. II. LKNTZ, MAXAQER.
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in Uno weather, and from lovcu lo thirteen It, foil.
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;;'" '"J ,V,V.l.".i" "c '"'" ""slate appear before this
,JL".rl ." !, K.","'A -. the Mlb. day of .Vm ember, A. I).
Ifxi. at 10 o clock a. in., at the court-rontn of this Court.
Ill Honolulu, then nml thorn l.t .I...... p.n. .. I... . 1.2
" !"' "".iium, iicjirij mat John C. Wood, nf
Ilniiiiliilu. died Intestate al Honolulu, Oahn, on Iho
day or October. A. 1). JbHU nud PraylnK that leltert
k r'rTtSL'.'.'fU0".-'"110 '" w- -' Wex. II l ordereil
that rifr.Nlt.W. this tutli day of November. A. II. IWI
''t uiiii iii-ri:iiv- ii. aiiiininit-ii tttr iiiai
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Walluku Pol Factory.
T1KST (1UAI.ITY OV l'AIAl"lAX-
Juf,urvacUn...u,,y. A on,,r. rjll.d wfu d.
B ly , ' Wul'lukii. Mini
OLD JUDGE
TOBACCO AMD CIGABETTES,
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