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llnslnes Id till l joVln? up and lhre seem to be a
fair prospect for Its continuance. The l)"il lenmm
are now rsrrylnjj fwl earjrow to th other Itlitmlt, nnrt
n IirdO niimliT of passengers,. On Mondays, ami Ta
day, the principal steamer days, the illy frcnl presents
n lively aspect.
There have been few foreign arrivals rlurlng Ihe past
two weeks, lint a nnmlierof Han I'ranclsrn packs t arc
now on the way here. The I!. M. H H. Zealandla ar
rived from the colonics on the nislntl ahead of time,
lint owing to the Captain's tlnlsllon of the regulation
of thla port on the last trip down from Han Francisco,
he was not allowed to commence work till i ntcrlng at
the Custom House alfla.M. on the 1st Inst, thereby
losl ng nmo twcle hour. She carried a carjo of snitir
ami other prcxtucta valued at $Ofi). The bark llenrjr
llnek for Hf.yal Honds, carried a consignment of mo
lasses valued nt $1,775.!. The Haw. birk Kale nhleli
sailed thin week for 8-in Francisco, carrlcil u large anil
marled rarirn from this port. The cargo consisted
of ngar, rice, wool anil other local product, ami the
total alito amounted to $157,8'.). The only arrival
from the cont was the bark f.adr Lampson, which ar
rived on tho lit with an aifortcd carjjo of general mtr
The Haw. lurk Kalakana, on the berth for the coast,
experts to Ret nit to day with a full cargo.
jlr C. II. Woolmlnglon, who has for a nnmber of
years been employed at KMits ,t Co.' dry joibIs ftore
on I'nrtttrcct, has been admitted to an Interest In the
Messrs Oraham Druthers and I, 1. Tcnney have pur
chased the Mock and good will of tho Woodlaivn Dairy
of II F Dillingham, 1!ij., tvho established (he rame a
few years since, but which has grown In proportions
beyond hla expectation. The new proprietors can
give it their whole time and attention.
Hubjolnfd we present a table of exports for the
month of July, lly tho monthly totals appended It
will be peen that the, value of expoits Is less Ihan that
of any mouth since January. 1 his Is accounted for by
tho hulk of tho snjjar crop having been all ready
shipped and by tho unusually small number of de
partures for foreign port".
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PORT OF HONOLULU.
Aug I P M S 8 Zcalandla, Chctallcr, for San Fran
- Htm Kllnuca Hint, for Kahuliil
Htm Iwalanl, for Maalaca, Kona and Kau
- Htm Jns Mukee, for circuit Kauai
2 Htm l.i liua, for llnim and Mnbikal
- Htm I. Ikelike, for Mmi! and Hawaii
3 Am bk llcnry lluck, Davis, fur Victoria, I) C
Heh .Manunknnnl, fur Hiinninnulu
1 Hch Wamlck, for Kalauptp.i
Hcli Niltle merrlll, for l.ahalna
Haw bk Kale, Itothfus, for Uau Francisco
Hch Ilalcakalii, for Hllo
Sch Prince, for Nnwlllwlll
July 31 V MRS Zealandla, Chevalier, from Sydney
Htm I.lkellkc, from Hawaii and Maul
Hch Wallcle, rrom Maul
Aug 1 - llrl t bk I,ndy I.anipsou, Marston, 1 1 days f m S F
3 Hcli Prince, from ilnail
Sch Nettle Merrill, from l.ulmlna
Sch Warwick, from Moiokal
4 Hch I.enhl, from Honoljiu
Seb Mary i: Foster, from Kukiilhaclo
Sch Keaulkeaoiilt, from Houokaa
Sell llauuitil, from Punaluu
Sell Walnialu, from Keokea
Am tcb Anna, McCiilloch, from Kahuliil
5-lluw sch Jinny Walker, Kuackc fm Fnu'gB la
Hch Walenu, from Moiokal
Sim Mnknlll, from Maul and Moiokal
G Stiur Kllauea Hon, fruui Kulmlnl
Hailed Aug 5th. Am bktne Bmma Augusta, Ilodaon,
for Purl (Jumble.
Vosaola In Port.
V. H. S. Lackawanna, Oltlla
Ilrll bgtno Surprise. Jneksnii
Am bk Cheshire, llacheldcr
Haw bk Kalakuua, Jenku
(ler S H Heopcriu, Petersen,
Am sch Amu, McCulloch
Voasels Expootod nt Honolulu, from Foreign
Ilrlt ship City of Ilombay, Iiwell, Olasgow, duo Au-ust
10-15. (I W .Macfarfauu A Co, Agents
llrlt bk Sullulk, llyford, London, duo Aug 25-30, C Drew
er A Co. AeiutM
llrlt bk Olicnui, Harvey, Liverpool, due Sept 25-30,
T II Duvles, Agent.
llrlt bk (Hengiber, McOhec, Liverpool, due Sept 1-5,
J T Watcrhouse. Agent.
Haw bk Iulniil, Carrels, ilremen, due, Oct. 25-SO Hack-
feld A Co.Agents
llrltbk lllrcli Grove, Francis, Newcastle, load'c June 10
Wilder A Co. Agents
Am bk Ferris H Thompson, Potter, New York, duii Oct
10-15 Castle A Cooke, Agents
Am bk Ceylon, Hallett. Uotun, due Oct 5-10 C.
ewer t 1.0, igeui
itoviil Yacht Wonderer, Tahiti, duo
iinb snip oir LiiiiceJiiiie, -
- Ot.lstrnw. in snit In .Time
,, ,,- ii..,..i .. ,,.. , . -
,,. I,, .)inkinnttiiu & .ti, .lljl'lll.
Am bktno Bureka, ban Fruiicleco. dun II. Hackfcld
A Co, Agents
Am bk Caroarluii, Hopkins, N
20. Cnstlc A Cooke, Agen
P. .M. S. H. City of Now York, 1
All!? fi. II. llackfeld A Co
New York. lnLilltii June
v, uniiv ,v wuuku, ,lgcuiB
P. M. S. H. City of Now York, Cobb San Francisco, duo
.iiiX " "' "ui Mem ,v 1.0, igeillH.
Am bktnuKllkltat, Itoblusnn, Port Uumblo, loading July
2 II. llackfeld A Co. Airents. '
Am bk lluenii Vltta, Calhoun, Port Clamble, loading
. Jirly 2, 11. llackfeld A Co, Agents.
Ocrbl; Adonis, Ilremen, to sail In July, 11. llack
feld A Co. Agents.
Ant blind Consuelo, Howard. San Francisco, duo
VS.U. Irwin A Co Agents.
Am bktno Kato Sudden, Hates, Port Discovery for Ka
Am bklnn Klla, Ttiruer, San Francisco, due Aug 10-15,
C. llrerter A Co, Agents.
Haw Sch Kalunu, Klbllug, from cruise, duo Aug 10-15,
A. F. Cooke, Agent '
Am bktno Discovery, Perrlmaii, S.ui Francisco, due
.mi; i-", 11, iiacKieiil -o, .vr,cnis
ii ,, ,iuiy, r reuniHU, nan r
rauclsco, duo Aug
10-15, Castlu A Cooke, Agents
The United btntes steamer Alliance, arrived at St.
Johns, N, F.,Jnno2lth, en route to tho coast of Spits
bergen, lutcurcli for the Jcuunette,
(loss. Sawyer A Packard launched at Hath, Me., on
June 22d,the steam whaler North Star, IW tons, owned
by Capt, Wm. Lewla and parlies In New lledford.
Memoranda of thu wbullug bk Thomas Pope, arrived
at San Fruurlsco, July 12th. The following are the
otllctal meiuuranda of llio Thomas Popei Tho -Mount
Wallastnn and Vigilant are undoubtedly lost, and all
hands lisvn perlslud. Portions nf the wreck and
eu-tul ilrud bodies were found by tho natives last Nut
ember. Among thu articles found was a spjglass.
One of the vessels was positively the Vigilant, tho
eullru whaling lien had taken 75 whales when thu
Thomas Pone left tho Antic Tho following Is a ro
pott of Ilia Aictlo fleet when last heard frouu
Abrom Darker, 5 y. link's: Atlantic, clean: tm llchc
dero, 5 whales; Coral, b whales ; Daniel Webster, had
nut Ih'cii seen; Bllsi, clean; Flcctwlng, 4 whaless Hel
en Mar 414 whales; Hunter, 3 whales: John llowland,
(1 whales und ill) stterm: Xurtliern LIl-IiI. " utiileM,
Paclllc. 2 w links; Progress b whales; ltaliibow,5whalcs
bappho, 1 whale) hen llreeie, 2 whales: Frances Pal
mer, 3 whales; Dawn. S whales; Hidalgo, 2 whales:
Tropic lllrd, bad not bvn seen -Iffu
The bktno Kate Suddeii Is getting her centre board
taken nut. and will lue an extra plecu of keel put on
hir o better adapt her for deep water work. .Ufa
The Atabk Amy Turner was to load at New York
for Ibis pott to Uae iti all September, and as a largo
iiuriiun ui n
cargo was already engaged sbu would
The Am sch Ckius Hrrcckels sailed from San 'i
Cisco July 17tli for Poit Townscud, to load with luui
ivr iiauutui Maui,
The llrltbk Lady Lamixon artlicd from Sau l'nn
clscu, last Monday, after a gnnurunof II d)i. Capt
Marston reimrts passing ub.uk the luornliig he came
nut of San Prauclsci) (July l9thA sumiosed lu bo thu It
nut of San Franc
W Alloy, hence Juuu d, bound lu.
Thu ldy Laiupsou has docked at Urewer A Co's dock
uhero she la now discharging. She will return to San
Francisco on or shout Wediie.djy next. Capt Marslou
will pleuso accept our thJuks for late S. F. papers.
The llawbk lslalihas Is at lbs Ksnlanado oppo.lto
the Custom lloua, loading for San Franclscu, lor
wmvil (lull sua will sail IJtiai
The Am bk Cheshire lies lust bctow tho Kahka.ua,
wuvre sav nas uucuargeu ait ner
rrariro. buv sails fur
Tho (1,'rS.H. llesnerla Is at 1. M. H. K. Cn's uhsrf
where alia aas Ulnhaited all her cargo, blie returns to
Tho Am sch Auna arrived from Kahuliil. Thursday
cionlujr. Mu will load with dispatch for Salt Frauds
iu to sail on or about Tuesday or Wednesday next.
The U. b. S. I-ackawanuj Is In the stream, she will
proceed to tan 'muclsQo shortly ufur the arrival of the
The Am bktne. W II Dlmond. arrlied at Kahulul,
Waul, Suuday July at, from Port Ulscumy. Shows
111 day. trom Capo Flaltriy.
ThoP. M.S. S. Cityuf New York will Ik due from
Ku Fraucleco IhU r, x., with U, S. mail.
..,Wk,' . ..aw,sfr3i
Ilp..ri nf th.. It M S 7. ilindlft, Ifenry (hivallrr.
t ommtnder Jmy rtth 4 n r' , left Midney reiefi
ed Aneklind. )Wh.l0ikf M . and palled on iSth. Ii
r. M. Hllii,'.l Oalm ".1st, 2 r. ii. recclted llonolnln
Illoton bminl at (I 10 i M.
Strong Head nlnds met lth between Sydney and the
?tew Zenlanil I oit, thenee until SSlli fine weather and
moflerato winds afterwards ery stronx HE., tradea and
head e to port.
rAi.nntTii- Arrlteil Jnlyflh, AmbkMohlcn, Herry,
hence Jan lt, l.l Can Franclco.
mi rnnsriv-Arrlfed .Inly IJth. Am reh Clans
Fprecklep, t'oiiPlm, l'Jdayd from Knhti till : July 11th,
I'M H City nf New Vork. Menbtiry, lunce July ftlh;
July 10, Am bktne Dlfcnrcry, I'crrlinau, hence June 15.
ponT riAMni.r Arrived July 1 1 th. Am bk Camden.
Hwanton, hence Jnly lifilh
ronT nt.Kitt.T -Arrived July 15th, Am bktne Amelia,
tnye. hince.lnne I7lh.
l'rnm Canton, per Iletperla, Aug 1st Ills Majeptr, I
c Pllkgooils, and !B,U')ikgMn various Chinese Arms.
l'rom Hydney and Auckland, per Zenlandla, An? 1st
Mscfarlanctt'o, aicslrnn. spkirnidsej llaekreld A
Co, Silcs bntteri fleo .Maefarlane ,t Co, I cs plants, St
pks potatoes f J II Moper, 1 cs saddlery; Clrghnrn V (!,
Scs draper). 7cs candles: PC AdverllffrCo, 1 caguns,
I cs cartridges, Order, If! pks potatoet, (' Ilr"er A
Co, )bx oapi II Maefarlane, Scs plants, J H Walker,
1 pkg. and 2.MH pkgs In transit.
From Han Francisco, per Lady f.ampson, Aug 1st
Order. If") 14 ska dimrt W B Foster, i: Pkg pnddlery t II
F Wells, IS pkir furniture, I piano: W (l Irttln Co, M
bbls salmon; CI W Maefarlane A Co, 13 pkg powder; A
W .Mollis. 7 cad goods; I' J Fisher, 1 cs ifgnila, Dill
ingham ,t Co. I cs plated ware; JI Melnerny, 1 case
clothing: It McKlbben, Irs drugs; H lloth, I hie wol
lens: r vellilne, 1 retort; HollUicr Co, HI pkg (obic
co ; Order, fylsks potatoes, la ska onions; l.alne ,t Co,
rt) ska grain, 1 telephone! 0 K Mcucr ,t Cn, 110 pkga
groceries: Ilartllros, TBpkggrnc; llyman Urns, 11 cs
caudles, IS es Ink, 13 pkg d goods, boots nnd shoes, 9 cs
cigars; B lloirhlaeger A Cn, 'J) cs cigars: A W Pierce
A. Co, UTiln" ralens, 4 bales sks.W pkg hip chandlery;
Allen Herbert, "pkg Iron, I wagon; T Lack, 7 ea peg
machines, I ca tnbicco, 3 pkg inline, I ca gnus, 3 cases
cartridges. 3 cs powder; Holies A Co, 0.1 ska potatoes ,fc
onions; Phillips ,t Co, ft."l pkg groceries, II pkg tobac
co. II rs shoes, 10 pkg d goods, 'JI nests trunks; W
."cott, 85ca hhgnmln; B P Adams, rl li'ils salmon :
Orlnhatim A. Co, UW pkg groc, 0.V) ca brandy, 7cs rrd
wine, II pkg tnbarrn, 1 1 cs d goods, I pkg mdse, ia pkg
groc: Whltner A Ilobertsnn, ls ptatlourry; HiewrrA
Cn, :tl te snlinou, 7 bbls beef, 1 linrso, !l mules, XII pks
feed, 1 tank gasoline, pno sks flour, I ca hardware, 1.1
iiKg inrniiure: iiiiiinsnam 110, 11 oars nnu 11 mils
Iron.M pes chimney, m pkg glassware, IS) pks coal, 1 cs
drugs, (ics phot, I cs d goods, 12 pkg 0 ware, 1 l) fcul,
ti bbls chimneys, tfi nks h ware; V N Marslon, 1 horse
and harness, and 1,500 pkgs to Chincsi: linns.
For Han Francisco, per Zeslandla, August 11 1'J.SUO
lbs sugar, I bxcnupllns, 13 bx betel leaves, 1 In har
ness, MO bnebs bananas. Val Foreign, SH); Val Do
For Ilnyal Hiwds. per Hesry fluck, August 3 0108 glls
molasses. Value Domestic $1,775.20
For Han Francisco, per Kale, Aug I S,lJl,S50 lbs pu
gar, 77,025 lbs wool. sw,H lbs rice, 2,M0 lbs pulu, W
Imchs bananas, .7) lha cnfl'ee. Dom Value. S'i.bh'J.IO.
For I'uropeau ports. 1X0 lbs coffee, 3,5'JO horns, ID
pkgs cfTecIs, U) lbs rice, 50 lbs nrroroot. Domeelic
Value, (II2.50; For Value, $351.
From Australia per eal.indln, July 31 F J Humble,
FJdllllbrnnd. Mrlluhl, Mr and Mrs Iloltrcr and six
chlldicn, Mrs Walker and child.
For Han Francisco per llnzrard, July Kl Miss 0 Mc
Intyre, II Hudulph, and 2 Chinese.
For Windward Porls per I. Ikelike, Atitf 2nd Mr
Jones and son, Anlone Itosa, Akam, .Mrs (leo C lUckc
ly, F.M Hatch, Blla Crnwnlugbiirg, It Allcrdjce. Miss
l.mmi Hughes, Miss Alice Hughes, Mlsa Julln Hughes,
Akiimu, Mrs Kuiialiole, Mrs.luilge MiCuUy. Mre C It
lllshop, A H Cleghorn, Mrs J H Mcdrew, JI O Hall mid
wife, AHHartnell, Mrs Ilaalelea. Mrs Clan. Coney,
Mlsa Mrxlc Coney, Mlaa Bllen Coney, W IiOrccu, Jllss
(Irecn. Miss Mist, Miss Parke. S F..rrnn, Mr Humble,
F J (illllbraDd, Mr II11I1I, Mrs Todd nml (laughter, 1) K
Fyfe ami daughter, Mrs J A Cummins, daughter and
urn, AI'JiiiIii, MlssJudilB children and servant, Mr
Jordan, Miss Deacon, Mr Kennedy. Mr Shaw, T N Wal
ker, Mrs F N Walker child and servant.
For Windward Ports, per Lehua, August 2nd It W
.neyer, r iv uiarke, d uina.
From San Francisco, per Lady I.amnson, Augtist 1
Mra O H Kinney and daughter, M M Snitt wife nndS
children I! Miiynnrd, 11 Weeks, I, Welsh.
Fiom Canton, per Hespcrla, Augnsl 1731 Chinese.
For Sun Francisco, per Xealuudla, Auiu! 1st. II
Ilertelmnnn, C II llcrtclmann, nml wife, Iilshup uf
Olbi, Fathers I.eonorc und Aulicrt, Mrs Whitney, Dr.
Kummtns wlfo nnd child. Mrs W O Smllli, Miss Holies J.
Mcllenrlc, W II Ilalley wife, 2 children mid servant, A
Killers. P O Jones, Miss Oartenbcrg, J A Palmer. Mrs
(Irauuls and child, U C Williams nnd wife.
Dr John Weir, J N bright nnd wife, Mr J Jenkins. 0
II Wells, KDowsettCM Cooke nnd wife, Mrs J M Cooke,
Farther l.nrkln, J Mornn, A llronn and wife. It Moore,
J Dnrrwife nnd2 children. Ah .Slug. A Oat. Ah Inn .1 O
llcllly.OM Conic, O A Peterson, F Theul, Wnlr'Ilni. J
H lllshop, 11 P Xcniloucc, wife nnd child, M Homiii, C
Williams, J Ashworth, Mrs Hugnrty and 2 children, C
Oerlz, P Daly, J Weir wife and child, I) Cool, JJ C
Winston, Mrs 11 II Ilalley and 2 chlldrin.Mrb Adelu, J
M McGinn wife and child.
For Han FrancUco, pir Kale, Aug 4 W Honlckc nnd
ItUSSELL-In this city, at the Hawaiian lintel, on
tliit2Uth lntt. Mrs. Gkutkulk ltcasKLL, wlfo of John
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for the Satumiat Piikss Association by
Hook, Job nnd Ocneral Printer,
Honolulu, 11. I.
Tho Satuhuav Piiess cannot -jndertako to return
communications, accepted or rejected, andwchacto
reipiest cnrrespoiidents to append their true names and
addresses, not necessarily for publlenlli'ii, If mi de
sired, but as u guarantee of the good faith of thu writer.
Bd. bATtmiiAr Pnnss
AUGUST 0, 1881.
Tub nowH from llio Royal travelling partj" is
confined to n telegram from London despatched
on July IOtli, which reports all well to that
date, and cxprcsBcs an intention of remaining
thoro one week. It is reported that His Muj
csty has been qttito tho lion of tho wcok and
waB in great request for garden parlies nnd till
sorts of social ontorlninments. On tho 10th,
His Mujcuty was nt a banquot given by tho
Lord Mayor to tho Itcprcsvntativcs of tho
British Colonics. His Itoyal Highness tho
l'rinco of Walos was present, and sat on tho
right of tho host, and His Majesty on tho loft.
Tjik TAMiku was fairly crowded with pas
Bongors on her dcpnrttiro on Tuesday, Ilcr
Itoyal lliglmcss tho Princess Itcgcnt and hor
suite go to llilo, and thenco for tt totir in llu
wttii, roturning probably on Sunday wcok.
His Kx, tho Premier, His Ex. J. O. Diiminis,
Hon. A. S. Clcglroin, Hon, A. I'. Judd, lion, J.
M. Knpoita, and a long list of non-official gen
tlemen as well us Indies. Tho lloyal Hawaiian
baud accompanies tho Princess Itcgcnt. Tho
whatf was densoly ctowded by tho relatives
and friends of tho travellers. Tho Lihelika
got away with admirublo punctuality, and wo
hopo to get (uvorublo reports from llilo on
Wi: do not bold ourselves necessarily in ac
cord with all tho opinions held by our cor
icspouduuts, but wo do think that tho nou
rendoriug of u verdict by tho jury on the lirst
Ithodtis trial was a failuro of justice. Tho
wliolo ovidenco adduced iu court was to tho
cflect that ono man was shot by another, and
that tho hitter was itmcnnblo to tho Inw for
whatever took p:tico. If a man Illegally car
rying a deadly weapon, draws it nml inflicts
dentil or disfigurement, or Injury of any kind
on auothar, Ids is tho responsibility. Tho
second jury found tho only pusslblo verdict
on tho merits of tho c.iso, Tho acquitting por
tion of tlio lirst jury cithor rejected tho uvi
dcuco laid before them, and therefore pro
nounced tlio accused man to bo inuocout, orolso,
which wo consider inoro probable, thoy pro.
nounccd a vordict not on tho facts brought be
fore them, but on tho l'eual Codo of tho
country, which wo maintain It was not their
business to do, Tho sciitcnco ought to bo left
to tbo judges who will award ac
coidir.g to tho law; In tho caso in
question It cannot bo said that tho
judgo strained tlio law on tlio eldo of severity.
Wo tiled last week to eet forth an idea of thoduty
of jurymoit, and farther back wo had occasion
to refer to tho abominable practice of carrying
lethal weapons, unless lawfully justifiable. Wo
so fur agree with our correspondent, that wo
think that if a verdict bo based on tho opinion
of a jury as to tho seventy of posslblo pun
Uhuieut, and not on their opinion as to tho
facts proved before them, then the jury mis
apprehends the obligation laid before them.
.'. sAti.-f . it.ill'iMtiJm'-''
they nto dimply nuked to nay, "ilitl, or tin! t
not, such occurrences, tako place." Our
judged, ns fur n wo know, rtro always rcrtdy
to listen to a recommendation made by a jury,
but if n verdict be unnttsinablo or bo rendered
contrary to evidence, then wo say Hint tho no
tion of that jury tends to tnnko trial by jury a
Wr. feci bound to notice n letter in the
Gtucttc of tho 3d instant, signed W, L. Jones,
in nnswer to- another in ntir columns an to tlio
" Graduating Exercises nt I'linnliott," As wo
liavo said repeatedly, wo do not necessarily
nccord with tho views of all our corre
spondents. In this cafo wo agree with Mr.
Tones, nnd think that tho wliolo question is
nnswercd by his remark that "n class of
youths who have pursued for years tho samo
studies, and who liavo beconio Intensely In
terested in some of them, ns oil faithful pupils
do, will bo vory likely to liavo tho samo trains
of thought and similar modes of exprcsfilon. "
Wo boliovo our correspondent to bo nn upright
ami conscientious mall nnd cnpnhlo uf forming
nn opinion worth considering but ho or any
of us may bo mistaken. Wo did not interpret
his meaning to bu that tho pnpors presented by
tho pupils wcro prepared or composed by
others than thoeo whoso work they profesned
to be, but that there was n sameness in stylo
winch might bo nvoitlcd by n different Rchemo
of examination, Kor ourselves, wo enn say
this that in 180, wo woro astonished nnd
very much Muttered by an invitation to act as
a member of tlio Examining Committee. That
tho vim voce examinations wo heard wcio
eminently satisfactory; that tho questions oc
casionally put by ono or oilier of tho cx
nminors or by tho principal himself, nil tended
to show how thoroughly tho pupils under
stood their work, and how littlo rule of thumb,
or mero work-by-roto wns being done Es
pecially was this noticeablo when n gill or
boy was questioned in tho courso of tho solu
tion of an nlgobraic equation, as to why this,
and not another lino of reasoning was fol
lowed, tho answer wns always oxtempotary,
but ready, intelligent, conscientious and satis
factory; in fact, wo wero moro pleased with
tho extemporized nnswers to oxtempotized
questions than wo could liavo been by tho ex
amination of carefully prepared pnpets. At
tho samo time wo do not accuse otir corre
spondent of wilful injustice if ho nought ox
tcnuates, neither docs ho ought sot down in
By lolegrains from Washington, to tho 17th
of July, wo learn tho steady progress of Pres
ident Garfield tuwnids tecovcry; indeed at
that dnto ho was coimiileied already out of
(lunger, unless somo unfortunate, nnd unantici
pated complication bo developed.
Mr. Garfiold finds horaclf ablo to loavo tho
sick-room, and go out for n drivo for tho sako
of her own health, and tho pnpors begin to
discuss what con bo dono with Guilcau, llio
would-bo assassin. Tho Now York JVafiou
says: "tho punishment for an assault with
intent to kill iu tho District of Columbia is
only a short term of imprisonment, which cer
tainly seems nn entirely iuadequato penalty
for htich a caso ub this, and the suggestion bus
bocn mtido that tho Constitution ought to bo
altered so ns to increase tho penalty for any
attempt on tho lifo of tho President." As to
tho consequences of tho accession to tho Pres
idency of tho Vice-President, tho Million says
"thcio was probably not a voter ablo to read
in this country, outsido tho small circloof Mr.
Conkliug's personal following, who did not find
tho grief und dismay with which ho heard that
tho President had been killed, greatlj' intensi
fied by tho reflection that Mr. Chester A. Arthur
was his legal Successor;" and again "thou
sands who did not Beo it beforo, now seo that
it will not do to lead great hordes of shiftless,
half-cracked no'er-do-wolls to look to tho Gov
ernment for a living when their friends get
tired of supporting thorn ; that it will not do
to expose a Ptesidcnt, to whom all liavo access,
first to their solicitations and then to thoir re
sentment." Wo hopo to hear by overy arrival, that tho
President continues to regain health and
strength, uutil we may bo nblo to tecord com
plete rc-cstiiblisliment. Tho pcrpretration of
bucIi cruel and cowardly crimes, can only bo
heard of with world-wide condemnation, nnd
wo trust that the laws of tho United States
may bo long-urmcd und lynx-eyed enough to
reach this malefactor and award an itdequato
punishment, ltotrospectivo laws arc generally
objectionable, especially in criminal cases,
and wo could not wish to see laws m.ido for
tho purpose of 'punishing a particular individ
ual oven in so heinous u caso as this, but wo
hopo that the law us it stands, may bo ublo to
punish the miscreant as ho desorves.
Tin: foreign tour of King Knlakaua, now
that it is drawing towards its close, seems to
bo attracting moro attention from Amciicau
papers than had been the caso before Etiropo
wus reached. It is represented ihut tho object
of His Majesty's journey was to sell his King
dom to 6omo EutopoMi power and that thoro
foio it behoved the peoplo and Government of
tbo United States to see that this imaginary
plan bo not carried out. Wo need not say haw
purely imaginary wo hold this idea tu bo, but
nil the articles which we have Been on the
subject aro tainted with misrepresentations
leading in tho same direction, viz, to discredit
the King, tho Hawaiian peoplo nnd foreign
resident b; to try to make it appear that thoy
nro iucapablo of, or indifferent tu the manage
ment of thoir own affairs, and to foster tho
idea that annexation to somo foreign power is
not only acceptable to, but desired by tho peo
plo ol this Kingdom und their uilers; where
upon occasion is taken by theso papers to itu
uouncc, unnecessarily we think, that tho
States will never accept the annexation by tiny
European power, We nil know that this Is ti
moro truism. That thu Stutes will not permit
tho absorbtion of this Group by England or
France, is as true as that all threo powers nro
by treaty bound, not to permit tie utmcxatiun
by any ono gf them by any other. Hawaiian
Independence has been recognized by nil for
eign powers and guaranteed by tho greatest;
thercforo it is wholly gratuitous on tho pait of
tho papers in question to got up a debate on
tho matter. Tho San Francisco Miming Coll
goes over tho incidents of tho Morono-Buah
business which wo shall bo glad to forget in
order to cultivuto tbo idea that tho King
wishes to sell his Kingdom to tho Emperor of
China or any ono else; that tho native Ha
waiiaus do not care a straw whether they are
sold or not; that the American residents do
biro utiucxation to tho States rightfully or
wrougfully, and that tho remainder of the
population, iinmigiants, laborers, capitalists,
professional men, or what not, need not be
taken into account. Each of these four po
sitions wo take to bo erroneous; first, tho King
. Ut StitWI.
in not hawking llio Kingtbm alrout for ne,
serond, the Hawaiian ract is vory far from
indifferent ai to whether Hoy bo bought and
sold or no, third, the Atnclican residents nro
very well satisfied with ticir legitimate in
fluence and political standitg, and fourth, that
tho remainder of the inhabtants prefer to livo
under tho Hawaiian ling ot that of their own
Consulate;. Hero wo may point out another
aspect of annexation to nuy tthcr power.
Suppose it accomplished; suppose a force,
from n company of arlilhiry, :o ti corps li'nrmee
bo put in possession of this r any other town,
harbor or anchorage, from any foreign country,
then wo nro involved in nil tho troubles that
may nriao botween nuy tw of thoso powers.
In Honolulu garrisoned md fortified by the
British? It may bo bombirdcd by llio French
nnd Americans, Is It garrisoned nml fortified
contrary to treaty by any one State ? its for
tunes must bo joined with thoso of the occupy
ing power, and penalties exacted by any other
nt war with thnt power. No I wo say that
tho prosperity of this Kingdom hinges on Its
Independence As longns this Kingdom is
avowedly nnd determinedly Independent, no
ono can touch us lot one gun or ono soldier
bo landed hero with nny ilea of occupation,
wo nro Involved in overy wtr that may brenk
out throughout tho wholo world.
Even if Hnwuiintm wore to fortifly their
capital city nnd principal port, oven then, it
would only invito ngrcssim. An unprotected
place may bo summoned to surrender, but
could not, undortho Inwsor war, nn at present
understood, bo subjected to military opera
tions; thercforo wo say our safest position is
unarmed neutrality under tin guarantco of tho
great powers. If wo have any notion of how
public opinion stands hero wo should say,
it stands thus : wo don't want to bo bought,
sold, annexed or oven protected by any one
great power; let us bo free, independent, salf
govorncd, without possibility of being drawn
into other pcoplo'e quarrels. Lot us an a
feeble Stnto accept tho mutual guarantco of
moro powerful States and rest satisfied. It
has only bomi by strict and judicious neutrality
that wo liavo thriven thus far. Had wo be
longed to tho States in 1803, tho Confedornto
cruisers would havo (lestro3-cd this placo us
Binoly as they did tho 'whaling fleet, or if wo
had been Confederates, then vice vcrsri. Had
wo been a French dapendency in 1870, wo
would havo boon served tho samo way by tho
Germans; or if Germah, by tho French. Hud
wo had tho Turkish lag flying iu 1878, wo
should havo been pounded by tho Itussians,
mid so on ; wo don't want to bo anybody's ap
panngo or nny ono's lattlc-fichi ; peace, good
will and independence is our idea of tho ncccs
Bary conditions of prosperity.
TOPICS OFTHE DAY.
Monr.xo, wo are assured, is hopelessly dis
credited. Tlio million of Chinamen at soven
dollars per head havo reached no farther than
tho earliest stage of development from tho
inner consciousness of tho ingenious individual
who first started tho idea; nevertheless tho
Chinaman is overrunning tho country a littlo
too fast. No ono is moro alive to tlio advant
ages of organization than tho Chinaman; thoy
know bow that union is strength, and thoy
might tnko it into their bends to make their
sticngth known in a very unpleasant matinor.
Tin: ZcnVindia came iu from Auckland on
Sunday evening, and sailed at twenty-fivo
minutes to 1 i, m. on Monday. Owing to tho
apprehensions of soma tinccitaiuty as to her
movements, alio did not take so largo a freight
as usual. Tho Royal baud was on tho wharf
ns usual, and after playing a pleasing selection
of pieces, played ns tho steamer left tho wliurf,
a scries of national airs concluding with Ha
waii Ponoi. Amongst tho pnsscugors, woro
tho newly named Bishop of Olba, so long and
favorably known horo as Father Herman. Ho
goes to bo consecrated by tho Episcopate of
California, accompanied by Father Lcoitoro and
Father Auber. The steamer-sued on Ihcso
occasions is desperately hot und ill ventilated.
Might it not be possible to open somo wiio
gunidcd slits near tho loof of tho nutiika wall
iu such manner as to let in tho trndo-wind und
yet not favor smugglers ?
Last Saturday tho llesperlu was allowed
to como into tho haibor with nonr 800 China
men on board. Theso woro carefully examined
by tho 'appointed physician, nnd 350 lauded
at the Fishormau's Poiut Quarautino station.
This thinning of tho munbcie on board ren
dered an inspection of the ship practicable,
and overy partot hor was examined. It speaks
well for tho Captain nnd officers of tho ship
that 8ho was found as clean and wholesome
ns could bo expected, no traco of infectious
disease being found. Tho remainder of tho
passengers, 773 iu nil, wcro allowed to laud,
and weto soon swallowed up iu tho mazes of
Niitiauu and Muuuukea streets. Of thoso,
somo threo hundred nro men who havo been
hero before, returned to China, nnd then como
back hero; somo with wives and children, and
somo with malo relatives, amounting altogether
to over four hundred of tho passonges of tho
romaiuder, less than two hundred havo "ship
ped, " bu tho planters gain very little by this
last immigration, and the country at largo
gains less. Five hundred and seventy or there
ubouts additional Chinese, of whom nobody
known how or whuro they propose to earn
their living, is not u pleasunt reflection. With
llio retm n of. Ills Majesty nnd bis Immigra
tion Commissioner wo hope to hoar something
of tho pioposeil trouty. The question of limit
ing llio immigration of males uf any ono race
in overwhelming numbers, will be a prominout
one fur the next Legislature. Candidates and
voters nliko should take council together how
to control or mitigate what threatens to bocomo
it serious nnd menacing evil.
Wi: have been much interested and not a
little instructed by an inspection of Mr. Fur
uoaux's views of tho crator of Kilauca, tho
now crater or sourco of tho lava flows, some
two thousand feet below the summit crater,
and tho scries of sketches, over thirty in num
ber, of tho dill'orent flows taken from various
points of viow and under overy variety of
atmospheric condition, Theso sketches, for
somo are ns yet only sketches, aro most emi
nently realistic, and nt once intelligible- Wo
do not propose to criticize thorn us works of
art -wo do not profess to bo competent to do so,
but as vivid representations of that which thoy
nre meant to represent, wo think thorn to be
admirable. Three mouths hard work in Ha
waii is now being wrought up into a most toll,
itig series of pictures; were each ono labelled
with a nolo as to locality and date, thoso who
study them would havo a better idea of the
varied appearances of tho different branches
of tho different flows than tho most felicitous
pen could give. In ono, an explosion, iuay.be
of heated air in a confined space, muy.be, of a
subterranean reservoir of water reached by
tho fluid rock, in another the gradual progress
of the flow, tho red hotsomt-rluid rock pouring
out from under its cooled surface, iu another
jhe contrasted tippesmuco ol u cerlaiu .dot of
Rronmt licforo nml nftcr tlio nrn hid rcichcil
it, tho wnv It sometimes cools nnd then njrain I
bursts through its dull slnlo colored cnut, or
sometimes bow It seems to dofy tho laws of
gravitntion nnd push forwnrd or spreid sido
wnys in n manner that no ono could nntlcipato
nil this nnd moro may bo scon by n careful
study of theso viows,
Scribner't Majatlne is always good, but 111
number for this last May is exceptionally so.
The frontispiece, n bond of tho old philosopher
nnd historian Thomas Carlylc, is nn admir
able ppecimon of wood-engraving. " In nnd
nut of London with Dickens," is most in
teresting nnd beautifully Illustrated. " In
Fountain Court, Tho Tenmple, " wo nctually
saw tho original of tho poor crazy littlo Miss
Fllte, jmt ns Dickon1) drew hor iu "Black
House. " Another interesting nnd amusing
article is "Artcmus Wnrd, his Homo nnd Fam
ily ." "Tho Mutineers of tho Bounty," "Tho
Pit Cairn Islanders from 1830 to '80, by Miss
Boealind A. Young, " A Native," oco of tho
descendants of a Mutineer of that iiamo, is
vory clover and interesting. Tho editor of
Scrlbnn'' describes tho authoress as n young
woman of 21 years ofnge, who has novor
worn n shoo in her life, nwims liko a fish, four
miles nt a stretch, nml is an excellent per
former on tho organ. Tho articlo is illuitrated
by a cut from n drawing by n native. A valu
nblo nrttclo on tho "Sanitary Condition of
Now York," Is well worth study hero, cspo
cially by our Board of Health, "Among tho
Esquimaux with Schwatkn, " with excel
lent illustrations. "Jenny Lind," by Sir
'"Julius Benedict is n wall-executed biography,
mid of course, recounts nil tho particulars of
tho American tour of tho great songstress un
der tho nuspiccs of the famous Mr. Barntim,
Etigcno Schuyler's " Peter tho Great "goes
on and many other useful and instructive arti
cles nro to bo found in tho volume. But in
tho department called tho "World's Work," is
ait articlo on tho " Disposal of City Bufuso, "
which Bilits our caso in this city so exactly that
wo cannot do better than urgently call atten
tion to it by transcribing tho wholo article :
"Attempts havo been mado from timo to Unto to
find somo means of diipcHim; of tho wnstaof cities
by burning it in Homo form nf funnies; but fornomo
reason best known tuoiircltyuovortuiienls all there
furnaces lmu been declared useless or tiniucccss
fttl. More recently it new sh loof cremating fttr
nnco has been inndo tho subject of exhaustive ex
periment in tllsposinL: of tlio wnsto of n lnrgo city,
nnd, from llio rojiortH mndo ntion its operation, It
would appear to work without fnconvcnicnco to tho
nelKhliorfiood, nnd nt n mntorialsavingof expense.
Two forms of furnaces have been erected, ono
a 'Dostrnotnr,' for burning ordinary city rubbish,
nnd n retort called n ' (Jnrboulzor,' for bnrnliiK
ntrcol-sweoiiliuts to n cinder, or usli, suitable for
Icrlili.iuu purposes. Tho destructor consists of a
group, or battery, of furnaces, built of firo-brick,
nnd tied tosuthor with iron rod. E-ich furnace
has a slopins grata placed over n deep nsh-ptt, nnd
covered with n rcerberalory fire-brick nrcli. llo-
limd tlio lluo is nn nicllneu nue,or nrcneu passage
way, down which tho refuse slides on its wny to
llio fire. Tho battery of furnaces is covered with
u platform, uixjn which tho carts bringing the rub
bish may bo driven from nn inclined road-way con
necting with the street below. Openings nro pro
vided in this platform over each lluo to enable tho
loads to bo shot directly into the furnaces. Iron
doors nro provided for theso openings to provent
thu escape of the product) of combustion while
tlio rubbish is liein burned. At tho back of tho
furnaces is a horizontal lluo loading to tho chim
noy, und couuectlui; with each, furnaco by nn open
ing nt the top of the inclined line. To prevent the
material from falling into thu Hue, n bridge wall
is placed nt tlio top of tho flue, mid all the heat nnd
smoke pass through aud over thu rubbish ns it
slides down toward tbo lire. It is found thnt iu
such furnaces all kinds of ref use nro completely
destroyed, the products of thu combustion drawn
from tho nsh-ptt being clinkers, partly melted
metals, and a fino nsh. Tho metals nro easily sep
arated from thu nsh, nnd may bo Sold, whilo tlio
clinkers nro ground nnd mixed with lime, to mako
n good commercial mortar. Tho waste heat of tho
furnaces is used to generate btcnut, nnd thu po cr
thus obtained is employed to grind nnd mix tho
clinkers. Each furnace is said to lie cnpablo of
consuming soven tons of rubbish In twonty-four
hours, nnd nfter tho fires nro onco started thoy ro
qairo no fuel, ns tho rubbish contains onough
waste coal to consume itself, leaving only tlio ex
penso of labor mid attendance.
TUo carbonizer, for disposing of strcet-swecp-ings,
is essentially nn upright retort. The material
is not brought into direct contact with the tire, but
passes through a hot well, and is subjected to de
structive distillation. The apparatus consists of
an upwright lluo of brick-work, having inside n
smaller llue, carried spirally nronud the inside.
Tho lower part of this small llue, next tho furnaco
that is placed at ono sidu of the main llue, is mado
of fire-brick, whilo the tipperpaitisforracuof iron
plates. At the toil of the structure, tho small Hue
connects witn a vorttc.il uue, leading lotuogrounu
and thenco to tho chimney. The fires having been
started, tlio strcet-sweepingB, condemned meat,
nnd vegetables, nro shot into tho top of tho fur
nace from a platform above, and fill tho entiro tine,
nud m u charred or cabouized by contact with tho
hot plates aud brick-work, and tiro discharged be
low in the form of nn oxccllcnt fertilizer.
Theso two forms of furnaces nro designed to be
placed inn croup, ono cbinmoy serving forbolh,
thu nhh of the dustnictor boina used ns fuel iu the
carbonizer. They havo already been adopted by a
number of cities, nud nre reported to work at a
mntarial saving of expense, and with no iucon
veuiciioo to people living near them."
Mortuary Report for July, 18S1.
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a a a k j ts
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"i 's !! i I! 'i
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Under 1 year.,
l'rom 1 to 5...
" fi to 10...
" 10 to -M...
IS) to bO...
"30 to III...
" J.0 to WI...
"fill to GO,.,
" Ml to 70...
CouraiUTivs Monthly JIoiiTAUTr.
Ji.ly, IBrtl, Deaths, 41 July, 1877, Death i, 31,
July, isrs, " ,ti July. m;a, ,
July. ISaO, " 51 July, 1U1. ' M
Oal'se or Death.
1 J-.M'cnteil I
2 Hemorrhage 1
:l Injuries... 1
1 Old Auc , &
i Knlclile 1
i tiyphUli 1
John II. lluow.v,
Agent Hoard ol Health.
Places of Worship.
BEAMCK'allETUEO-Itev H 0 Canton, Chaplain, King
atreet, near the bailors' Home. Pnarhlng al 11 am
Heata free. Sabbath School heforo the morning service.
Prayer mcethu nu Wcdnciday evenitu's at 7J4 o'clock.
PunT Btiubt Cituixu Itev W Krear, Pastor, corner
of Pert and lleretaula streets. Preaching on bundaya
at 1 1 A M and ")i r M. Sabbath t-chcol at lu X K.
Mr Amiiiuw'a Caiiikihui Kngllsh srrvcesi lit lie
llio lllshop 31 Huiiululu and Itev Tlios lllackburn. Ha
waiian senlcst Iter Alex Mackintosh. t).3). Holy
Communion ;vj. Matins and Hcrmon (Hawaiian); II,
Matins. Litany and frrniini (Kngllsh); 4, Kveusong
(Hawaiian); 7.3), Kveusong und tormon (Kugllihr.
Hyinna (Kngllsh), inornlngi W, ail, IW; evening! )!,
Homas Oatiiolio Ciiuncu- Under the charge of lit
lie lllshop Malgret. assisted by tev father llirmsnii;
Kurt street, uear tleretanla. Services eury bunday at
10 a M and.' V a-
KawauuaoOiiuuch Itev II II I'arVer, Pastor, King
street, noovo tho Palace. Bervlcts lu Hawaiian every
Sunday at 11 a m. babbath hchool at 10 a m, Kveulng
services at Til o'clock, sltcriiHtlni; with Kaumakaplll.
District intctinsi In various chapels at 8.3) rat. Prayer
meeting every Wednesday at "Ii r J(.
KavmakaI'IU Cueiicii-ltev M Kuaea. Pastor, Here
tanla strut, near Nuuanu, Services u Hawaiian every
bunuayat Ill's a m. babbath School at14 a m. Kveu
lug service, nt 74 o'clock, alternating wllh Kawalabao
I'myiT meeting every Wednesday tt TH r u.
Will re-open Monday, August 1st, Hha has room
for a few mora Pupils. Comer Alakts and IleretanU
8ttel. Mi 41 8t
From (if SyUiuy Dally flfrapht Juns 56, I860.
Tho Waltham Watch Company havo been awarded the
only gold medal given for Matches at I ho Sidney Inter
national Exhibition, and aro tbo only exhibitor in any
clats from the United State who hare received this
' M. MdNEKNV.I
1 Sol Agont for the Hawaiian Island
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mo aiihivi: ri:it NcmittM'.n hamxa,
J now ilno from the Month, In nnontlltes to stilt, !j
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J. to If I, with or nllhoiit hnartl, at No, 7 Kin St.
Alto a limited number of day hoarders taken.
I'J fVA Im
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J I. ha hern admitted a partner In onr firm nn tho
2th of .Inlr I8SI. J. p, KHI.KKM CO.
llonolnln. Aiu. 1st, l?l. n WI gt
rjMVO YOUNO MEN-, OH A MAU-
X rlnl man and his wlto, and one slnglo man, know
ing how to handle cattle and make bnttcr.
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Diutt5n wr Aniiix!!'-. rrto.w thin
KltiBitommrsoi. K A WIf.MAMM will act Tor
me In all matters nf liuslncsj under full power nf At
torney. O. K. WlbMAMH.
Ilnnoliiln, Angnst 1, IMI. 13 WI 8m
Blacksmiths' Outfit For Salo.J
IP A I It llt'.M.OWN, -.MI'I.I.Ti:t I AJfVII,.
ifO nOTlhitst I Vise, t Nvlvs Itlock. Tools, etc.. all
In good order, for salo In whole or In part.
J,oti of Dog Chains snltable for PlanUllon ne. Kn
qnlreof IJ Im A. V. COOKK.
riiu: itr.fJOi.Mt .mo.ntiii.v nr.tmxti
1 of the I.lhrary nnd Heading lloom Association,
will lie held at Its Jtnoms this csenlne, August Cth to
which a full attendance, nf inenil-ra are desired for the
nomination of Ufllcera and Trustees fnr the ensiling
term. la it II. A. l'AIIMKI.Ki:. Hcc'r.
In Quantities to suit l'urclinscrs
atr FOIl HAI.K hy
ED. HOFFSCIII.AEOKIt.t CO.
Notice to Creditors.
they h ivo been appointed Administrators of the
Kslatn nt Ihe Hon. Charles Coflln Harris, latent Hono
lulu deceased, All persons haTlng any clnjms against
said estate whether secured by mortgage or otherwise,
art- notified to present tiio samo for liarmcnt to the
undersigned within six months from this date, or they
will lit forever barred.
t, n inwu r.
Honolulu JuIrSW, lbSl.
t!) I m
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EX BARK "LADY LAMPSON"
In FxrxTTTLO Ortlor
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Mlt. II. 15. .MaVCFAItTjAaVrc, HAS
this diy been admitted a Partner In otir Mrm.
Tho new Co-l'artiiershlii dates from Jnly 1st, 1881. All
accounts of the tlrm of U. W. Maefarlane A Co, prior to
thla date, will bu settled by CI. W. .Macfatlaue,
tlf W. MACPAItl.ANK CO.
Honolulu, Jnly 1st, 1WI. Bdl .is st
COTTAGE TO LET !
faV MONTGOMERY'S ROV, OVER
L SMITHS 1IHIUUE. In good order, Kent inodcr
Ic. Apply to Mil. LEWIS, on premises. 48 jt
OTJCE IS JIKRERY GIVEN
that A. I), llancbcri?. of Koloa. Kannl. will net
for ni" tinder full power of attorney during my ahaenco
from thu Kingdom,
nny iui, jti.
N OTJCE IS 1IEREUY GIVEN
that nil parties found trespassing on the Aleunl
or other lands on Maul, owned or leased by the under
signed, will bo prosecuted to tho full extent of the law.
m-U T. K. Ct.AKKE i CO.
ATaTa PERSONS II a WING CLAIMS
ngalnst thoEstato of the lato (Icorge Miller, aro
hereby nolifleil to present them to tho undersigned,
and nil persons Indebted to the Estate will make im
mediate pjyment to
Executor of the will of Uco. Miller.
Pain. Maul. Jnly aird. liai. lm
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NOTICE -TO CEEDIT0K8.
TIIE UXDERSIGNKJ) HAVING
X been duly appointed Administrator of the Estatu
of Daniel Lyons, ate of Laliaitm.Maul, deceased, notice
Is hereby given to all per noun to present their claim
against the estate of said Daniel Lyons, duly authenti
cated, hethcr secured by mortgage or otiierw ise to him,
nt Honolulu, within six months trom tho date hereof or
they will be forever birred; and all persons ludsbtcd to
said estate arc hereby requested to make immediate
payment thereof. J. K. Wll.DEIt,
Administrator Estate of Daniel Lyous, deceased.
Dated Honolulu. July . 1881. 4S
OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT !
OX THE 18T DAY OK OCTOBER NEXT
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMP'Y
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
IN SUMS OF
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
Theso bond will be Issued In the following terlest
Series A bonds of !300 each, duo October 1, 1883.
ScrioH 11 UoiiUh of MOO ertcb, duo October 1. ltttt.
Series. G Honda of .'i0O oacli, duo October 1, 1637.
Buries: I) Bonds of ijWX) eaoh, duo October 1, 18S).
Each Ilond will havo coupons attached, payable on
tho 1st days of April and October of each year; Interest
at the rate of heen iit-r cent. ier mssitiirs. tree
of tloernment taxes. Tho Interest on lliciiiwlll be
Kunriinlrril by Messrs. lllshop A Co., nnd will bo
mado payable at the Hank ot Mes.rs lllshop A Co.
Theso llond will be secured bya rirst uiortgago on all
tho property of the Hawaiian Agricultural L'o. They
will be nuuo pajnblo to bearer or outer, a t tho option nf
the purchaser! and If parlies prefer Ihe Utter can have
them registered on thu books of tbo Company, thin af
fording absolute security In case of loss W robbery or
1'nrtles desiring to purchase any Of these bonds will
please slate what suits they prefer A, II, C, or D. A
pllcallontswill now bo received, r'or further pattlculara
apply at the otUco of C. llrewcr Co., Honolulu.
Ml 43 3m Treasurer II. A, Co.
JUBT ItEOElVED AT
Thoa. G. Thrum's Fort Street Store
A full assortment of the above In latost style.
A I'Vt.I.NTOL'U AMI VAKIITTY UF
WINDSOR & KEWTON'S OIL COLORS.
A large Involco of llound Copies of the
Sevued Edition of tho Mew Tattameat,
lu Aasortetl llliidlutr.
Orders for which will be tilled In their course, at
Writer, Collector, Copyist,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
No.Tllilug St. (opposite Usthsl Kt.) Honolulu.
Letters Written, Hcata and RilU CoIlecteU,
Hounes, I.tmls and Keoms Keutcd.
Dooks kept by th Week, Month or Quarter, tt reason-
(Jaarlrrlr 1)111 mad oat, delivered and tolleclcd.
Constitution, Ily-Lw, Iteports, it., Ac, of Commit-
le.hijrvfjs,c., drswo up with accuracy tad dl-
Am an ueusl and Copyist Work donr for Invalid oi otbtr
psrsous revolt lug such rvcs.
Vsr- Constant atlcnllou to the Interests of patron and
business sscrel preserved InvluUl,' '
ARRIVAL OF THE CHESHIRE.
RUSI'KCTJ'UriLY CATjIi T1IK
attention of buyers lo their
STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Ex "Choshlro," "Zoo," "Kalo"
AMIS OrllKIt f.ATK AHHIVAKl,
Which they offer In lots In suit, at the Lowest Market
lutes. WEl.t, HKI.ECTF.il aildltlous have
been made to their lint of
Plantation Tools and Supplies,
f. line assortment of Lock by Hall from K V).
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
JIlackimMi, Carpenters, Gibinet Maktrs, Up-huUte-rrt,
.Uiiciinitli, Suilillert ami
iiartttti Jiaktrs, I'mnhri.
House Furnishing Goods,
SIIaVEIt PLATED WARE.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Lamps. Lanterns. Carriage Lamps,
Lamp Fittings, Wlcklng, Chimney. etc.
KEROSENE OIL, IOO TEST.
Othe Hot llranih).
PAINTS. OIL, TURPENTINE. PUTTY,
VALKNTINE'S celebrated Varnishes.
Ilrushes In every variety and for all purposes.
ONE SUPERIOR WOOD TURNING LATHE
Stock nnil Dies of latest Improved patterns,
Douglas Stand and Hncllon Tumps,
Hay nnd Fodder Cutters, Umpire I
l'latform mid Counter Scales.
Mprln Ilalances, 'i' to sot) pounds,
Cut and Wrought Halls, Boat Nails, Tacki,
Ilorso nnd Mule .Shoes,
"Olobe" and I'utnan Ilorse JJalls,
Horse and .Mule llamc, Whlfllctrcea,
Carliolltil nntl Standard Hose, .'I and i pljr,
Hoso Conpllnes, Hose Pipe, Lawn .Sprinklers.
"I,hlladefphl,i"and "President" Lawn ilower,
Ilrooms, Htep ladders, I lo I'J fret,
" Ilnrcka" and Uulveri nl" Clothes Wringers,
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs and Basins,
Bailor Pans, Hanccpans, Fry Pans. ItatTraps,
Charcoal, .Shield and Tailors' Irons, Mad Irons,
Tinned Iron Spoons nnd Forks,
Hllver Htccl Spoon and Forks,
Champacno Corkscrews, CofTco Mills,
Uostou Curd and California Matches,
Toilet and Laundry .Soap.
'CiiieJii,""Crown," 'P.ilaco," "Sideboard," "Zero"
Jennings' and Hygienic Water Filters and Coolers,
Ice Cream Frecr.crs,
(itins,(tiii Mppk'H nn(IMppleKejs,I'orrdcr,
Shot mid Capf,
Flows ! Plows ! Plows !
All sizes made to order, extra strong;, by thu Molina
Plow Co., suitable for Sugar and Itlce Plantations,
flrnb Breakers, Iloston Clipper,
Paris Improved Steel Plows, Oilpln Hulkey Tlowa,
OX CHAINS, OX YOKES, OXBOWS,
Topsail Chains, Trace Chains, Hwlvcls,
Fence Wire, llarbed Wire (Painted and Galtanlxed),
(lalvatilzedand black rJlaplcs,
Fence Wire Utretchcrs,
Superior Homp Packing.
Jnte and Cotton Twine, Dagglng Twine,
Shovels, Spades Ac Scoops,
Evtra quality, made to order.
Hoea "Crescent" Itlce, Cane and Garden,
tiupcrllno tjush Cord,
Wire Hash Cord, Snsh Weight,
Blacksmiths' and Hand Bellows
Pclcr Wright' Anvils, 100 to MO ponnds,
Vises Hand and Ilcnch, Canlklng Irons,
Carrlafje nnd Cart -Vxlea and Springs,
Tiiycro Iron. Machlno. Carriage and Tiro Bolta,
Holt Ends, Nnta and Washers
Beat r.nglUTu and American rile.
Cordage Manila and Sisal, from 1-2 in. up,
Leather Ilclllns and Belt Laclnc.
Pino Lubrlcatliig Oil and Compound.
Lubrlcutlni; Cups of most approved pattern.
Standard Axle Urease, (llue, Ac, &c, 4c.
Tho Bain Wngon,
Tho Dnvis Iron Wacon.
Hallidio's llarhcd Wiro,
., ,. , A'hany Lubricating Compound,
Hallidie's Patent Wiro Hopo,
Averill'a Mixed Paints,
Albany Cylinder Oil,
Continental Oil aud TruiiBportntioti Co.,
California Wiro Works.
DILLINGHAM 4 CO.,
Fort Street. Himolulu.
TII13 TJNDKIISIONKD IIAVIMTO
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Under the management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC W
Circular, Cerllflcatcn of 8tock,
Loiter, Nolo, Stuleiuuiit or Hill Iloadn,
Contractu, UuiiucM or VialiinK Curds,
Drafts, Ordorn, Nolca, ProgranitnM,
Shipping or Money Receipts, &c, &0.
UI?dl.,y?0a,pe?,Uu5.?n,1a,nd,U,, 'D8 "Ubll"'" k
LANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
euced fcrelKu workmeu, r ' Prt
TJIK 8TAT10NEHY DKl'AltTME.N T
biHik, lu .ddlUoq'to thufi; ful ..o,iu,!frV.",k
merclal, Leal and OOlce blailouery. """" ' -""
CoH.taHtly recelvcU at tho Vort Ht. Ntvre
Fine Stationery, Hook., Fancy Ooods,
WloUaor i Newton', AriUU' iUiuuL
liottwicV. Cot Pr,r PatUnw,
Boweu) Garden SotxU, ., 4.
HOMEtTKAD FOR tALK J
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