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" MY E. P. ADAMS.
Furniture, Groceries, Plants
SATURDAY, AUGUST 6th, 1881,
AMI A. M nt Hales Iloon .
A S3. A Mi LOT OK FUKNITIMIK !
Hoilato.iils, Clmlrn, Tables, &o.
Also, at IP A.M.
Ii'OmIi G rocoricN.
Aim At U o'clock, n lot of Antntic the Klorlat's
49 BARRELS OF FLOUR.
II V All AIM, Anct'r.
OF SUGAR !
On Monday, August 8, 1 88 1
At 13 o'clock M., on llio Katdanadc wharf,
will lin rohl,
I'or Account of Whom it May Concern,
Certain Hick Hucnr, damaged on voyage of
exportation pirbrlg HnrprlK',
Thc.o Hiijrara have horn rc-millcdnt Koloa Sugar Co's
31111, anil oro In firm onlrr.
VO $fl,ctTM Of iSlIg'!,!.
Hamplcs of Hiifrarn can lio acen nt llio office of
i:. I All.t.MM, Attrl'r.
ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 11th,
At Id A. M. tUSulm lliioill.
An Assortment of Denims,
Whlto Cottons, Drown Cottons, Prints,
Flannel Shirts, Whlto Shirts,
Handkerchiefs, Hocks nnd lloso, 1'nntn, Ac.
A Line in New Groceries t
Hams, llncon, Yeast Powder, Lard,
.ionics, .lams, (;oni(Ki Jiitu, nunc,
HiinllncH, Caudles, Pickles, Oysters, Ac. tvc.
Sacks Now Potatoes,
Sacks Wheat, Corn, Onions,
Sacks Sugar, Cases Mutter,
K. T. AllAMu. Anct'r.
MlMIICRrTIIDCDC RNn IMDnOTtDC
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
Or other parts of tho Ialamla,
CAN IIAVK TIIKIII
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Ily application to Mr. K V. ADAMH, Queen Street, who
lu our lloacrlpllvo Catalogue villi Prices.
f) ON HAND RT THE STORE OF L. W. HOPP
Blaok Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Hlnok U'lilnut Siitchonrits,
Jilnek V nl nut Dining Chnlra,
Oak Cniiu Sunt Dining Chniis,
Cedar llctlroom Sets.
E. P. BONUS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
KjO 3 in
HdNOLUlU AND SAN FRANCISCO
PRINCIPAL OFFICES No. HO Snttcr
Street, Snn Francisco, and bssemont of
Hawaiian Hotel, Honolulu.
THIS COMPANY WILL FORWARD
Packages and Baggage.
Advances Mado on Consignments.
COLLECTIONS mid COMMISSIONS
OK AM. KINDS
General Express Business
Attended to promptly In all parts of thu
If A stessenirer will ba dUpatehed par each Mall
Steamer, beginning next June.
"t SuperlnUmUnl for the Hawaiian UUnitlt,
38 am Hawaiian Hotel.
rpilK liUSINKSS OOJIMITK1TY
X. and tlianulillc generally arc Informed that I havo
succeeded 111 inaktn: amnireniotits wllh competent lm
Eiilals, ami ai'i mv iirciard to luiiply TiuMiia.
tion from or to thu ttull.li language, of either of the
Hawaiian, Fronch, Gorman, Italian, Span
ish, Portuguese Chinese.
Orders attended to with pranipliiei., Accuracy cnar
nteeil. Copylnir, Kncrnnlnc, and wiltlin; of every do
tcilptlon dono with ncalneti and dlptcli.
1llAo. 1. tiULIUK,
860 a Jfo. I Kaahi-mami 81. Iloaolnlu
Mountain. Sweet, lco Cremu, and IlUck
fiomKeediof tho licit l'roduct. Hupplled by Market
ilardeners to tho Mjtkels of t'hllaJolilila and cw
al-Tolohid at thu followlnj place i Meat Mar
kets of 1. Waller. Ksn. on Klgit and Hotel htreetsi
tlrocrry Storoot J. 1. lUin.er. Hold htneti Krulland
tlrotsry Sioro of I U. HreiONkh, IJnocn btret;o. Ill
HSU 41 l'slr View, Kona, Oshu.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
BsIhccs Merchant and QueeCSIrceW, llouolula.
mMK KNfcAMMUMKXT OS' TIIIH Httl'Nt
U. alteration and sddlllous being complele. I huvo
saven room i, newly furnlnhed, to let. Bath Itoom flth
,Uoi.ir and ill modern iapntmcuu.
NrB.No Ccleetlals employed In this lloune, All
Ilia coiitcnleuclcs of a I'lrat Clm Hotel.
Moala t All Hoar in the Reataarant.
reakfiiltu8i.ui Dinner 11 to 3 p. m. gupperB
lot p. hi. Board it IX) per wick, blojle MalVlcuit.
Boar.1 and Kesldeiiro i ) per week, by ll. day or
Mouth, at pec agreement. Ackuon ledged b all
Tw Vest Coeklmr MomoIhIu, Kar Noat-,
Alio, th grcateit liberality la all arrangements.
Ml laai ALKHKD II. IIUUOin-ON. I'rop'r.
Ilifontor of WatloMa oma M a,
W Ueretaula Street.
04scau bs left at Voilco Station. 6ia
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
MKa.SUS T.Y, II. Olt()8HJAN .t
llro.., will dispatch a flrtclii reel from Heir
Vorktothla Tort about Not lt. I'artlra dejltlnir to
.hip bylhla line direct, will need lo forward onlera by
the Mleainer of Kith of Aiint. to a.nirn room for their
freight. t'AHTI.U COOK!-:,
Pl." 2m II fBn Agents In llnnolnln.
Toil SAN FRANCISCO.
The Al Clipper fichooner
jSk. 3T PJ" L,
Will have Quick Dispatch for nbovc port.
Tor Freight and PaMago Apply lo,
n VM (I. IltWIN A Co., Agenta.
VOU SAN IJIANCJSCO.
Tlin At HIIITISIl 11AIIK
I rAi I amnenn
JDV -""J -u,,Tuu"J
S.7JSSCZ' MAKSTOK, JIater,
Will have QnickDispatch for tho abovoFort
Wl.-lt (' IIUIIWKlt A Co , Agenta.
Will have Quick Dispatch for tho abovo Port
After Hie expiration of quarantine and (hu delivery
of cargo, Kor l'rclght or l'a. a age, apply to
M.1 St H It
H. IIAUKPKM) A CO.
FOll SAN FllANClSCO.
r ,. THU HAWAIIAN I1A11K
Will have Quick Dispatch for abovo Port,
I'or I'rclglit or par. age, apply to
tid-l 13 I'.T. l.KNKIIAN A CO., Agenla.
CHAS. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINJLOF PACKETS
CIS. T,,K "lid, II K
M-ris dlapalclied from llonlon for Honolulu on or
Tho 1st ilnjr of November next.
I'eraona wlahlng to order gooda ahlpjicd hy thlavcaael
ahoiild mall order on or beforo Scpiemhcr SGtli. I'or
further pirtlcitlais apply to
Vl 3m 0. lHIKWIIIt A CO.
HlXtl, I MANl'KII.
AiiRiut9, 5 p m
Au'iut IC, 5 p m
AiigntSI, B p m
Angnat.lo, rp in
September r. Bp in
Hrplimher 11, ! p in
Hcplemlicr SO, 5 p n
September J.7, Ii p m
October 1, up m
Circuit or Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
ca- Tin Credit Tor 1'iiianKe Money. u:a
Wo positively decline to open accounts for l'aaaagca,
and wo particularly call the attention of thu traveling
pnlillc lo tho necet ally of having lliiggago and freight
jilnlnly marked; Hie steamer will not bo reapoualble
for any unmarked llaggage, or for Freight or l'arccls,
unleaa Urcvlptcil lor.
Freight Money Duo on Demand,
In all caaea of frrlght for paillca not reanonalble, or
unknown, tho freight money will be required in adianco
i,a:k,vji:.s ri.itiitN nmi im:n jiun,
hi: 1'I.AINI.Y M,itici:i
For the parly whom they are for, or plainly atatcd In tho
receipt to whom they nr( roiiFlgucd.
All demand for damage or lo"s mnst be mode within
In no way liable for los or accident lo llo stock.
frV Hack I)rler, Itojs, and audi like, will not bo
allowed on hoard the htiatuer on arrUnl, until after tho
paaaengcra bao been landed.
bM WlLUHIt A CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
TIIK NI'LKMHIl HTGA3It.lIIl
CITY OF SYDNEY!
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Aug. 28.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
TIIK NI'I.ENDIIi STKAMHHII'
CITY of NEW YORK
On or about Saturday, AuguSt 6,
For Kre'ghl niul l'asuge, apply to
f0O3m II. IIAOKI'KIjT) A CO., Agents.
Clooilt lor ."lilineit icr Nlonnicr ran now
lie ,NlirI, l'roo ol OliurKO, In aliu rire-ro(
Wnruhunxe iicnr tho Ntvainar Wlinrf.
A. PiUNR COOKE,
AC1KNT FOIITHE FOLLOWING COAbTKKSt
'Wnllolo, & Malolo
Walnlt. Jfalik I.Uin,
Wnlehn, AfllfilV "nimaai
Gcu. SIorcI taBnaaak Knlimn,
FLAO Kcd with While Hall. Olllce-Corncr of Queen
ail and Nuitamt btreeta. 1
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will sail from Honolulu to Illlo direct, and will call at
Intermediate l'orta on the return trip.
For Freight or l'aaaiige, apply In. Ihc Captain on board,
I JI or A. FKANK COUKi:. Agent.
PLANTERS' LINE nOR SAN FRANCISCO
JAIL C. Browor t Co. Agents.
tCAf Merchandlae recoiled htorncrf. Freo.
and liberal cath adrances mado on rhlpmrnls by this
llio. iW ly c. IIKEWKH A CO,
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
1 UUQ TO NOTIFY
Planters and tne Public
THAT I AM I'llKl'AltTEI) TO
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways.
With or without Cars and Locomothes,
Spi-clnlly mluptrtl for Kuar l'luututlons t
Kteam riouhliiK mul Gulttvntiiig ifacUinery,
'I'liietUiu Knglnus mul ltoail Ivocoinotives,
Ikx-ouioIImu for nuy Rano of Hallway,
l'ortnlilo KiiKlnea (or nil imriKMos,
Wlmlln EiiKHies for Iuclliu'S.
MESSRS. JNO. rOWLER & CO
Of Leeds, EngUnd, whom I repreacut, harn siipidied
Portable Hallway, fur Hugar l'lanlallonslu Uula, rrlnl.
dad, Uvniarara, l'eru and Mexico, for all of which places
thev hsvu iiUDlltil nteain nouililnir .Mnrhlnerv.
'trie) haoaUodiirlng the la.l ISyesra manufactured
Locomotor for Hallways In (lirat llrltaln and the Col.
oulea, India, Mexico, Ceylou, Egypt and l'eru, from
Inch gsnga up to 3 feet 3 Inch Eug, and lulled for all
kinds of Irai L and tranlc.
They h n aupplled the Uovrrnmcntlof Crest llrllslc,
Oirmany, lluaala and Italy wllh Traction Englnea
whtcli havegltenmery aall.fsctlon, as well at Urn
number, for prlale n.e.
Any commiintcaliona la be nldretsrd In 11. II, Fowler,
care of W. L. Urccn, Esq., or tl, W. Mscfarlano A Co.,
Honolulu, who will uct as Ihelr Agenla.
Ctlalouea, with llla.lrallons, modcla and photo
graphs of lhaahovo pUntand machinery may bo seen
at the oiUce of (J. W, Macfarlane A Co.
It. II, KOWLKH, for
JNO. FOWI.EU A CO.
N II. I prvpoao to vlilt the different lalands durlnfc
he next few wecWa, and .lull b nleaae.) to give any In.
jnruiattoii ullh regard lo the application of thedllTercnt
atylcs of 1 ho abovo machinery to each locality.
kX . II. FOWI.KH.
THE TWts-aTOKY ssBICK AMR NI.ATC
roof building on Queen Street, adjoining Holies
A Co., lately occupied by Holllster A Co, as a were-
Al-bO, Ihe lower floor and cellar of tho building for
mrrly the .alesroom and uauufaclory of saomtriu
for particulars enquire ol .
36 651 UOLLISTEU, A CO,
h . The At German Hleamthlp
-JW OAl'T. (I. I'KTKHSON,
NEW YORK LIFE
ORGANIZED I 843.
WILLIAMS, DIMOND .t CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
I'or San Frnticlaco, Aimlrnlln, Jnpnn nml
KX-GOVICHNOIl PIIKD'K F. LOW,
I'rcst. of Local Doard in San Fraucisco,
If. UAVKYKhl) ic CO.,
C. 0. 1IEKUEK,
For tho Hawaiian Islands.
ALL FOK.MB Or
Life Insurance Policies Issued.
KXAMINi: TIIK NEW
Extract from n letter of Hon T. l Low,
I certify that I havo taken out a " Tontine" policy In
tho .vcw York Llfo Insurance Co. for JW.ouOj Hint 1 re
ganl It aa thu hiat and faircat iilan of Llfo Inaumiice,
and that the principles embodied In Hie new plan, after
a careful examination, hare mnnvtd thu objection. I
have hirctoforeeiitirtalnid agninat "Life Iiimrnnce."
I havo aliailll) ikcllmdto Inaiireiinlll the" Tontine"
wa presented to me. Yours very truly,
r. r. low.
It proi Idea for one's family at ordinary Life rates,
ntcreat on arriving at a
III, ,,v llluill-j IIJIUIIIVU Willi lltl
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Far In execas of thoau realised from tho Invcatment of
eipial nmouiita In aavlnga banks or corporate stocks of
fering ciiiil security.
SEE LIST OF POLICY HOLDERS!
Each of whom haio Insured on this plan for amounts
From $5,000 to $20,000.
U A 1' Cnrlcr,
,f 0 GIntle,
Willinm II Uimontl,
F T Lciiolinii,
W W llnll,
G W Mncfnrlnno,
H il Jlncfnrlano,
V W Jlncfnrlano,
V A Schnefer,
0 O Horcer,
Win G Irwin,
II W Schmidt,
J T WntcrhoiiHo,
V G Damon,
J I Dowsott, Jr,
E O WnlPer,
II i: Whitney,
11 W Lniiio,
G N Wilcox,
Ami ninny others.
Which la Btifuclcnt gnaranteo as to Its merits.
Tor full information, apply to
II. ilAOKI'EMt A Cta., or
8.VS M Gin ej. 41. IlIUinUK.
Nos. 7G und 78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board by tlio Day, Week or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Meals Served in FirBtiClass Stylo
AT AM. IIOU11H.
IIENKY J. IIAItT, 6G1 9 ELLIS A. HART.
T IN imiminsiiim: to nay TOO MUCH IX
pralao of this good old standard Family Mcdlclna
It cannot bo too highly recommended, aa It la truly a
Marvel ul the) Aire, and no hoiischcld should bo
without It. It prevents aa well aa cures Nhlu III,
rnaei, GiiiiI. KIiciiiiiiiIIhiii, eirniel and all Kill
ncy ItUenst'w. AtTvctoil Liver, Ilemlnclio,
Nnuaen, lllle. Wind, ItiilljfCKtlou, Counllpn
tluu, levers nml Ague, NlePiilcaaurkM, I.iinsI
Imlo. I'uul llrenlh, and every dlscaso brought on or
aggravated hy a disordered stomnch.
It purities tho Illood, Oleanacs the Stomach and Dow
els, and gltea the whole syatcm a Healthy and Delight
ful Tone. There never was a nicdic'no for tho Nursery
equal to It, ami being compoacd of Herbs only, It can
ha given safely to infants. It is n triumph In medlclno
harmleas, yet cftlcacloua. Invaluable In tho family, on
Ilia road, at aea, and everywhere.
For salo by all l)ru'gl(t., and at wlioksalo by
811 McLKAN' I1I10S.
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAM
FOIl SALK I1V TIIK
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
This little apraratna oils the cylinder constantly and
perfectly, bo llllle nil la uaed that a aavlng of oil and
wear equal to four limes Its cost may be cllccted In one
Pint Size, $45. Half Pint Size, $30.
THE HAW. BARK "KALE."
Has Just Arrived With An Assorted Cnreo
IN EVERY LINE
3-For putlliubita apply lo
8l it lm 11. HACKFELD A CO.
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
la cow prepared to
FUBNISH PRICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
Ol'Tlli: AUUVU I'MUM
National Tubo Works Ca's Works,
And ta laaVo cunlractl t deliver It In large or .mail
qnautlllti In this city. 818 a) If
WITH PeMNKSlMHiX APKII. la). THAT
very de.lrabls residence No, ma Nuuanii
Avenue, roalalutug eight rooms, kitchen, lianlry, hath
room, acrvauts' room, cojeh houae, atabia anil fowl
house. Apply to J. 11. WOOD, or
?8Htf J. K.WISKM AN. W Merchant Bt
tiib Harms ma kuhvi ntrekt.
tat preaeut occupied hy Mr, J, A. Haailnger.
I'oa.eaalun riven on 1st July. Kor particulars
., iA. MoKlllBIS. 3d It
OATH, IIAIIIVUY, II HAN, COKN,
Wheat ud Hay, per " V. C. Nurrayf and "W. II
Uluiond." for salt by liOLLKb A Co,
Iteporl of tho lloird of llcnllli for tho Island of
Oaliti, week cndiiiR August Mil, ltWl, nt 12 t.
Small-pox caaea reported alnce laat report.....,,,.. .1
Cases previously reporltd , 7S0
Total amall-pox cases reported... WJ
Number of deaths since hat report n
dumber picvloualy reported.,....! , ,. shS
J ""din quarantine alnce la.t report o
laccil n quarantine tlnco la. t report, nt residence 0
l'laced In quarantine at laatrcpoit,.... 67
. . Tnlnl .
Holeneed from quarantine, kokiiaa......
Total In qnarnntlne Hits dalo 2j
Tho threo new cnuM reixirled wcro from tlio
Blcitnor licalani, nnd broko out nt tlio (Janrniitino
,1. A, IlAa.isiiKii, Secretary.
Snlo or Lcnso of Qovornmnnt I.n.iiils,
ON THUIISIIAV Si:n IIMIIKII.Htk 1B1 at Hie front
entrance of ALIIOLANI HAMl at 13 o'clock- noon, will
be sold at ) nbllc Auction, tho following Leases of
Government Landst M
I Nr All that tract of land, aluated In tho Illilrlct of
Kau, Island of Hawaii, and knmvti naKAALAIKI,
rerina. Leaao ', years, up.it pilce 37U iier nil-
num, payable aemi annually In advance.
3 AI A.J',','.r!!en.."!."K' Oovernment land known as
MJKIMOI'AK. lat nnd '-'nil In Houth Kona, Jin.
wall, containing ISO ll-10 acre. Tenna.-Lenao
10 el,r.'' ,"1"":' l"lte $'-"0 per anniiin, paahle
annually In advance.
nm That tract of land, situated In Hana, Manl, and
known na WAIKIU. q'crma.-Lenan 10 jeara,
tilKct price JW per ntinumn, iiayable annually
1 Til Ki:i;UIIt. sllnalcd In Palolo Valley, Oaliu, con
taining IIJ4 aeiea. Tcima. Lenao IU years,
npait price $!' per annum, pajablo acini an
nually In advance.
Also nt same time and placo will bo sold, KOUIt
I1UILDIN0 LOTH Jfo' SOI and a)3 nnd 188 ami 187, on
King and l'oung Slrccle', Knlaokahiia plnlne, Oahu,
nnact price $100 each lot-
For surveys mid other particulars on nil of llio above,
apply at this office. H. A. I'. OAItTKIt,
49 Minister of Ihc Interior.
In accordance vvilli Section 37!l of the Civil Code
I linveappclnted Jin. n. Htiikii, aaan Agent In taking
-Measures anil Weights for tho district of Koloa, Island
"f Kauai. PAUL P. KANOA,
Oovcrnor of Kauai.
Governor's Omce, Xlumalii, Knnal, July lctli, 1881.
Jin. 0. 11. Kaoiii, line this day been appointed Com
mlaelnnernf Private Wnjs' and Water Itlghts for the
district of North Koliala, Hawaii, Yleo Z. Kntal. resign
! II. A. P. OAUTF.It,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, July 20th, 1681. 47 3t
Supreme Court of tho Hnwnllnn Islands,
Honolulu. Oaliu, aa.
Hy virtue of tho authority In mo vested by tho Con
stitution and tho Statutes of this Kingdom, and deem
ing Ii escntlal to the promotion of Justice,
I do hereby order, that the regular term nf the Circnlt
Court for tho l'nurlh Judicial Circuit to bo held
at Nawlllttlll, Islund of Kauai, on the first Tueaday In
August. A. 1). 1881, bo hereby postponed until Wednes
day the 11th day of September, A. V. 1881, at ten
Wltnos my hand nnd the seal of the
l. s. Supreme Court, at Honolulu, this SOth
day of July, A. 1). If8!.
(Signed.) A. FltANOIS JUDI),
First Associate Justice Supremo Court, preforming tho
unties or Uhler Justice, during Ihc vacancy of that
office, 47 3t
licenses Expiring; in August, 1881.
S Oeo Man, Nuuanu St., Honolulu
2 Ahfo. Nunanii St..
Ah Soon, Walkane, Koolntipoko,
Chas. Long. .Merchant ht., '
W. II. Place, JIaunakea bt., "
Wong Wo, Nniinnu St., "
Jto Jlnhelona, Walanae, "
John Leal. King St., "
A. Inscl, King St.,
Ah Sen, Kamoilllll, ..
Lun Pen, Kmnollllll, '
W. B. Foster, Fort St., '
II. JInrali. Kapalama, King St., '
Ahlna, Nnunnii St.,
Sam Sing, llecia. Koolnunoko.
A. W. Peirce Si Co, Queen St., "
S. Jlagnln.Fort St.,
Leong Fat, Wnlluku, . '
(!. Abate, Kula. '
Quoiiff Feng, Hamakunpoko,
Luni Chop, Fnnakohau, Lalnlun,
Aliulll, Kaupo, Hana,
Akl. Punaliiii. Kau
Ah Young & Apen, Haw I, N. Koliala,
Cluing Sam, Kapaau, N. Koliala,
C. Afong, Plpeikeo, Illlo,
Apu ,t Aknl, Napoopoo, South Kona,
C v n Jfc Co, Knhala,
Amann, Kukiiih icle, Ilnmnkua,
W Dart, Hnnoknn, Hnmakiia,
Aklin, I'niivrela, Hamal.ua,
Aklnl. Hononuco, North Koliala,
W II Heetl. lllio,
J Wight. Halawa, North Koliala,
Ano, Pnla, Ilamakna,
23 A W Pclrco & Co, Queen St. Honolulu,
21 II llratlley, corner King and Fort SU, ""
21 Jas S Lemon, Commercial Hotel,
2 Jlncfnrlano & Cn.Kaahumanu St,
2 Chaa Long. Merchant bt,
12 J Lalke, Punahoa, Illlo,
II J. P. Alull & A N Kepolkni, Kahului, Mam,
2 Chung Pul, HnnnUl, Kauat,
2 Ah ben, Kaiiahuhii, North Koliala,
:i Akao, Walliiku, ,
4 Wing Wn A Co, Nuuanu St, Honolulu,
7 Ahiina, Wnlluku. ,
!l Chong Slug t Co, llBlnwn, Noilli Kohala,
10 Sam Yii Fong A. Co, Hotel St, Honolulu. '
13 Atnl, Illlo, '
10 Hun Chong, Walmea, Kauai, '
SSI Sam blng, Heela,
1 Yeo Sum, Piiiinhna, Illlo,
23 Leon Ucjcan, Hotel St, Honolulu,
1 N Perry, Fish JIarket, Honolulu,
3 O W O Junes, Kau,
II bam Hook, Noilh Koliala,
7 J K Sylvn, l'lali Market, Honolnln,
In I'omaikal, Wnlheo,
18 W. licit, N. Koliala,
23 Ahtpa, Kau,
30 Jas Tolbert, Kona, O.thtt.
Prom Our Hilo Correspondent.
Hiuj, July 2Sth, 1881.
EoiTon 8a,tubiuy Piibss r Tho flow la uow
about ono nnd n-lmlf inilcri from Hilo, nnd Rreat
numbers visit it dully ; it is nbotit one-fourth of n
inllo brontl, nnd h flowing throunU Kukimu Rulcli,
mid la nt prosont moviiifr Blowly. Thero vvnH n
fresh outbreak Inst nlcht nbont two nnd one-half
mites from here. Tho Hilo flow ia about four milco
from hero nnd seema to bo moving; mora rnpidly,
nnd it la thought to bo flowing into tho brnuch
Mint is bo noar uh, called the M'uiakon flow, Bonio
finniliea nro packing up tlieir most valuable things
(eninll nrticleB), so na to be in readiness to movo
in case it should eecm to ba necessary, J.A.&I,
I'ollowino is a Bunimnry of the rainfall for tho
mouth of July, in tlio year 1830 and 1831. Jlaiu
fall on sixteen da) a last year and on twenty-four
days this year l
July, lb60, July, 1681.
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It won reported around town on Thursday, that
tho Captain of tho schooner KaulltaouU had a row
with the Chlm se cook oil Kau, llawail, and killed
hint and threw him overboard. Another report
had it that tho Chinaman was bnrlet1 onshore. An
examination was held at tho Toliee Station Thurs
day eveulna, and it was proved to bo a eanar d.
The Chlnaiuau waa sick nnd died on board, and bis
tody was taken a&fcore tot interment.
Business! Agent's Notice.
All advertisement, for the SArvnnAT Pnitaa mnetbe
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
leane can be pnaranteed when sent In later.
Adrcrtlacranlll mirk the number of Insertions de
sired, from w hlcli date they charge. Any nut so marked
will be charged J months
TIIOS. O. TllllWM, itnalness Agent.
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
The German sleamcr Utfptria B.tlU for China
A nna nlnrm lnat niijlit called out tlio firo com.
The U. S. 8, Wachutttt, recontly in Honolnln, lias
boon ordered to Alaska.
The Hand In really missed during llio present
Hpell of moonlight vvDittlicr.
The 1 II. S. 8. Cily of New York will bo duo
from tlio Const to-night.
TnE Bleamcr Hcpsrta takes tipwnrdl of two
hundred Chliicsotu HourIcohk.
Tiirne hnvo been vory few forelfin vessels in
tlio port during tlio last two or threo weeks,
A new volcano U said to havo opened in llio hot
lako district of tho North Inland, Now Zealand.
TitrnE will bo it regular meeting of tho Titbrary
nnd Heading Itoom Association nt their hall this
A'NUJtnEii of HonolulnatiH hnvo been to Illlo lo
seo tlio lava flow ricently, nnd mnny otberu intend
lo ro soon.
The threo now caset) of small-pox reimrtcd this
week wcro nit from tho quarantined crew of tho
The steamer Imilanl lias resumed her regular
trips to Hawaii, nnd the C.y.'.ysioyiwill proceed to
Knunt on her next trip.
TiiEMisHlon Children's Society will hold their
regular monthly mooting, this evening nt tho resi
dence of Jlr. 11. A. P. Carter.
Hath made of shavings from tho carpenters'
bench nro nil tho rngo nnioiig tho natives now, mid
somo of them nro quite pretty.
The report of n caso of sinnll-pox being discov
ered nt Kau, Hawaii, was n mistake No ensoa
hnvo yot npiicared on that Island.
DnorriNO in nt tho Police Court yoslorday morn
ing, wo noticed that Deputy Marshal Dayton was
acting ns prosecuting attorney.
The bark 7iVie, which sailed on Thursday, took
away tho largest cargo that has yet loft thla port
over 1,200 tons of Island produce
The Wetlhj Coloiittt, Victoria, llritlsh Columbin,
stales that II. 11. Si's, flagship Ti lump is no
longer expected to visit tlio Colony this year.
The steamer Imttmtl was released from quaran
tine last week. Cnplnin Cutler, her commander,
hns rotircd nnd is succeeded by Captain Allen.
We heard tho new bell in tho Chinese Church in
Fort street for tho first limo on Sunday Inst j it
has it lather high pitched but not unmusical tone.
Foun Chinese firms were fined $D0 each in tho
1'nllM. I., . .lain ...nnlr f,.. l.n. .!,, vi.n Itin.i .a.
.uiivu v,i .tun nwvn. lu, imvuiK luuiu uitvi. lull '
ca6es of Kcroseno on tlieir premises nt ono time. '
The Australian papors reeclvcd per Xtalandia
contain flattering accounts of tho singing of Miss
Annis Montaguo nnd Mr. Charles Turner at Bris
bane The shooting Match on raonday last, botwoon
Messrs. Ungor, Fisher, Tripp and Webb nnd ofllccrs
of tho U. S. S. xtcAmraiia, was won by tho Hhoro
TnE anticipated rush to SI. Louis College docs
not nppoar to hnvo oomo off. Thero has been
something liko a stnrapcdo in tho opposito direo
tion. Seventy-five passoiigors loft Honolnln by tho
stcanior Zmlmuila lnst Monday, nnd nino arrived
tlio samo day from San Francisco by tho Ijuly
The passenger taken from tho Likellkc who was
said to havo tho small-pox sooms to bo well nt
iresent, but had tho symptoms of a light vario
A noYAt, saluto was fired from tho saluting bat
tery on Punchbowl when tho royal standard was
hoisted by tho I.ikelike, and ns the steamer moved
oil tho Lackawanna exchanged salutes by dipping
OiTicxn Tell nrrcstcd two Chinese opium smok
ers near tho Commercial Hotel on Wednesday
evening. Ho was looking for unothor offender
when n chinaman told him wuoro thoso two Celes
Oon thanks nro duo to Captain Marston of tho
bark Lrnli Lampion for San Branolsoo papors of
July 18th. Tho lntost dato received by mall was
July lUtli; tho Lady Lnmpsoii cleared two days
beforo she sailed.
Tue dtstanco of tho lava flow from tho soa at
last advices had been measured nnd was found to
bo two nnd one-sixth miles. But thu distance to
tide water at Uio nearest point was threo chains
less than two miles.
Tne romedy for small-pox sent ns for publica
tion by a correspondent was published in the
Svtuhpay Pbess somo months ago, about the time
of tho outbreak of tbo disease in Honolulu.
In tho two manslaughter oases, Hex vs. larkln
and the samo vs. Wall, tho Government law
ndvisors entered n nolle pimeqnl nnd both w oro
discharged from tlieir liabilities ; tho former wont
off in tho Zcalatidia.
A toutedo oxplosion occurred recently on board
tho steam pinnncoof II.ll.SI.S. Monarch nt Onletto
on tho coast of Tunis. Ono ofllccr, Idoutennnt
linker, K.N., was killed on tho spot aud oight men
wounded, ono of whom has since died.
An artesian well bored nt Goo Kinls placo bo
yondJudgo McCully's placo on tho continuation
of King street mul toward Knuioiliili, hns the
strongest flow of any, not oxcoptlng Judge Ma
Culley'i last ono. Tho well iaiUS foct deep with
seven-ill. oasing, and tho water rises UK luohcs
abovo tho top of tho pipe.
The most difficult part of tho work on llrcwer's
wharf is finished, tho coral wall bolug laid to tho
surface of the water, and tho rcmniudor can bo
completed much 'mora rapidly. Hows of piles
havo been driven beyond tho coral wall, and tho
v.harf will be extended over thom. It will bo con
siderably larger than formerly when thu work is
Tub ZealamHii was not allowed to communicate
nt Auckland on account of smnll-pox at Sydney.
At Sydney it seems that only tvvolvo houses are
quarantined, nnd ns tbo report of tho ship shows
that she left Sydney on tbo 1 1th of July, nnd ar
rived hero on tho Hint, or seventeon days out, wo
need not be npprchcuslvo of imported dlaeaso by
Tub rainfall for July nt Dr. MoKibbin'a resi
dence on IleretnnU strcot was 1.6.1 inches, nt W.
W. Hall's residence on Nuuanu avenuo,3,48 inches,
and at the Ice Works in Nuuanu valloy, as me.is
nred by Mr. J. K. Wilder, 7,tH inches. At the
latter phco two inches of rain has fallen this
mouth to tbo 4th inat, Thero hns been more or
less rain there every day for the past fifty days.
Dinauite infernal machines nro being con
stantly discovered in nnd about St, Petersburg,
Two guttapercha bags havo been found in tho
Ekatcrinbof oanal. Eiplohtve bombs were seized
on board the llmvlnn Imperial yacht, which was
destined to convey the Czar nnd Ids family n short
distance down tho coast of Finland. A Lieutenant
and two potty oflices were arrested, being in pos
session, Courut-ro are frequently made of tho inde
cency of the diving bojs whothrong round every
mail steamer as she leave the wharf ; no sooner
Is tho bowf ast cist off than a dozon or mora great
hulking youths plunge into tho water having leis
urely divested tnemsetves of every thread of Noth
ing on the wharf. We havo seen diving for eoius
thrown by passengers in many parts ot the world,
but then as the lluztttt says, "A.J i,iu.u in ttbut."
AmotusUI Instanca of the danger of carrying pis
tola occurred on Wednesday r. si., when a man
drew a pistol and fired atanotbor by tho hotel at
tho corner of Nuuanu and lieretanin street, for.
tunately the bullet went iuto the celliug without
doing any harm; a second shot attempted bat
prevented by a bystander. On Friday the culprit
was lined at the Police Court for illegally carrying
arms, and this morning will bo brought tip awtin,
charged with " aawiult with intent." we hops)
Rubllo opinion, and law otteers alike, will combine
condemn and it out this pistol carrying.
" Cam. W. . SEAnvnvof tho steamer City of Sen
York;" stys the Sin Francisco Chronicle of Jnly
18th, "has presented Woodward's Gardens wllh n
cissownrv, n largo ostrlch-liko bird of llio oenns
Cnsnnri". It Is shorter nnd stonier than tho
ostrich, nnd noxt to it tbo largest living bird. Its
bead is armed with n kind nf helmet nf Imi-iit- snli.
stance, consisting of plnles overlapping each other.
It Is n timorous nnd shy bird nml runs with great
rapidity. It is n native of Malacca, Jnvn, and tho
Last Monday wan a hard day for tho employees
nt I ho post office. Tlio nrrlvnl ot llio Z.talamlla on
Sunday cvonltig wllh llio mall from tlio Colonics,
nnd tho work of getting tho United States nnd
European mail ready lo go by her ntnoon on Mon
day, was increased by tho nrrival of tho i,7i
Ltinpfon from Han Frnnciset) with right day'd
iriail. which had to bo distributed Immediately.
In addition lo this, preparing llio mall for tho
Monday island steamers mado n full day of it. It
wnn necessary for n whllo liofnrn noon to cloo llio
window in order to get through with tbo work.
The now buildings nt tho two sides of Fort
street nt lis intersection with Queen street nro
going np rapidly, nnd wo may now seo tho very
considerable gain to pnbllo traffio by tho differ
ence bolween llio old and now ground plans, Tho
setting back of Mr. Campbell's Qucon Rtrect
frontngo Is n vnnt Improvement, f too Is tho
alteration of Wildor's Fort street front, nnd tho
cut oh nt tlio comer. Meanwhile wo think that
llio builders nro appropriating moro than their
share of tho trnfllo way) moro than imn-thiril of
tbo present width of (Jnceli street tipposlln Messrs.
Irvln & Co's., is taken up by tho said heaps,
screens, mortar mixing troughs, etc., of tho
Tnc four races sjiokcn of in our InRt Issno camo
off nt Kaplnlani Park last Saturday afternoon.
The nttcnilnnco wns not-so largo as usual, but tho
races wero interesting. Tho mllo dash between
Ulnck Thorn nnd Mark Twnin, for n purso nf
I?1,000, was won by tho former, tlmo 1.51, Mark
was loft behind somo dlstanco nt tho stnrt. In
llio trotting rnco, 0110 mlln nnd repent, between
Hnymnkernnd Hismnrck, tho first nnd third bonis,
nnd tho rnco, wcro won by tbo former. Tlmo in
tbo threo belts, Ji.O'f, ,1.7f nnd 2.07&. Knllo Leo
nnd True Dine rnn a tbrec-qunrter milu dash,
which was won by Katio Leo, tlmo l.KlUf. An-
ouicr inreo-qiinrtor 111110 unsu lictweon Hally lllack
nnd Itomplng Girl was won by tho lattor, tlmo
l.WM. Another rnee, for which there wero nino
entries, wns run by horsos that had nover been on
The following Is nn extract written by n young
man evidently a pupil of Ilaron Manrhnuscn,
to trusting relatives In tho nlnlcs, doscribing his
experience nt tho lava flow: "I discovered when
too Into tbo treachcrons naturo of tho crnst nt tho
edgo of tho molton strcsm. Hiding too closo, it
gavo way with n crackling noiso similar to that
mado by lco breaking, nnd down went tho horso
with mo on him. I sank nearly to my shoulders,
wbon I caught a projecting piece of tho solid crust,
mm uiurung 1111 my Bircngiii 1 paueu myseir out.
Every stlch from my nrm-pits down wns burned
to a cinder but by slinking them off nt onco I es
caped with only n slight bum. My poor horse, in
stead of trying to get out whero I did, turned nnd
swam across. When ho got to tho other side,
n dlstanco of sixty fcot, thero was nothing left but
tho tip of ono car."
Pof. W. D. Alexanders lecluro on "Modern
Jerusalem nnd its Holy Places" beforo tho Y. M. C.
A. nt tho Lycoum, Thnrsday evening lnst, wns vory
instructive. Tho lecturer, in opening ,nlludcd to
tho interest which tho Christian world has for
Jerusalem, followed by n conciso narration of his
visit in 1878 to tho various places of intorost with
in tho modern city, tbo expressed opinion of
modern engineers regauling tho location of tho
ancient walls, nnd tho conjectures regarding tho
exnet location whoro tho Saviour was crucified.
All atlostcd tho thoroughness with which tho lec
turer had examined tho grounds nml tho study
that ho had bestowed upon his subject. Tlio
present topography of tho city, both within mid
without tho modern wall, wns graphically do
plctcd. With most Christian pilgrims to tho Holy
city ho ngrccd regarding tho improbablo genuino-
uoss or mnny or 1110 reucs siiown visitors ns nntulcd
down from tho days of Christ. Tbo nudlonco was
not, in point of numbers, in keeping with tho
morits of tho lecturer.
On Wednesday afternoon tho carringo of Mrs.
C. II. Judd, in whicli sho und Miss Purvis wero
sitting, wns upset on Merchant strcot about hnlf
way between Hichard nnd Alnkoa stroots. Tho
street is narrow nnd what width it might have, id
infringed npon by n lingo tclcpliono post. Just nt
this spot n restivo horso nnd bis ridor cannonned
against Mrs Judd's horses, nnd nn upsot ensued ;
fortunately tbo coachman was ablo to cxtricato
himself at onoe, nnd wont straight to tho horses'
hoads. A gontlemnu passing by helped tho ladies
ont of tho wreck nnd nt Mrs. Jndd's request
called Dr. MoKibbin, who found her arm badly
bruised nnd tho smnll bono broken, and Miss Pur
vis' arm was bruised and cut ; both ladio3 wero
taken to n cottago near nt hand nnd their injuries
treated, aud they woro soon aftcrwnrds ablo to
return homo. Tho horso which collided with tho
carriago was badly cnt nnd tho carriage consider
ably injured, but Mis. Judd's horses wero not
hurt. Great credit is duo to tho coachman for his
firomptitndo nnd presence of mind, orn very
amontablo accident might hivo occurred.
FoLLownta nro tho Polico Court proceedings for
thu week: Knwika, larceny, of a poi-boatcr, sen
tenced to six months' imprisonment nt hard labor
and to pay $1.40 costs. Caso appealed to Bupromo
Court. Aping, having moro tiinn ton cases of
koroscno on his prcmisos nt ono time, forfeited $5
bail. J. H. Harrison, threatening tho lifo of bin
wife, remanded subject to tbo order of tho Court.
Kilnuca and Wm, Kelly, drunkenness, fined $5
each, cosls $1. John Single, drunkenness, for
feited ?G bail. Apala, samo chargo, forfeited ?C
bail. Ah Fung, larceny, nolle prosequi entered by
prosecution. A. 11. McCnusland, drnukennoss,
fined 0, costs $1. Aea, larceny, noe prosequi
entered by prosecution. Kula, having opium in
possession, fined $50 nnd seutepcod to throo
months' Imprisonment nt hnrd labor nnd to pay
$1 costs. 0. E. Porter, using threatening lnn
guago toward L. 0. Colborn, found nuil'yi nnd
ordered to glvo n bond with sufficient sureties in
tho sum of $100, to keep tho peaco towards Mr.
and Mrs. Colborn aud tho public gonerally for ono
year, cobts $3.ft0. Ahoy, alias Ah Ling nnd Alilu,
c, escaping ftom a polico officer, sentenced to
threo mouths' imprisonment nt hard labor nnd
fined $10, costs 1. S. Haysel, Francis Fernan
dez, drunkenness, forfeited iJG bail oach. Charley.
Knhclelki nnd Pualki, samo charge, lined $5 nml
$1 costs ouoh. Knmanco, samo cbnrgo, forfeited
8 bail. It. W. Putnam, driving without lights,
forfeited 810 bail, Jos. Campbell, drunkenness,
forfeited iff, bail. Ho San, having moro than ten
casosof kerosonn on his premises nt ono tlmo,
fined $flO, oosts $11.50. Caso appealed to Inter
mediary Court. 0. Monting, of tho firm of Yeo
On tic Co., turao charge, lined $50, costs (X'S).
Cnsoappoaled to Intermediary Court. VeoOn.t
Co., by O. Monting, samo clnrgo, fined S50, costs
$3.10. Knui, drnnkonuess, fined $5, costs $1, Ed.
Dovle, Wm. Wnltors, Wm. Hunt, Sirab, siino
chnrgo, fined $5 each, costs $1, 0. E. Mayhow,
assault nnd buttory on Knahanul, forfeited $.7
ball. Knwikn, larceny of poi-bc.itor, sontenoed
to six months' imnnsoiimeut at hard labor and to
piy $1x1 cohts. 0 iso appealed to Ku promo Court.
Henry Edwards, Ikmlamina, Aloxnuder McKay,
Albert Tanner, drunkenness, lined $5 ami $1 cosla
each. Wm. Courtuoy, name chargo, sentenced to
ono month's imprisonment at hard labor, costs $1.
Jas. Limhert and Cyo Hazzel, same charge,
forfeited $0 ball each. W. Higsby. carrying
deadly weapons, fined $:S0, costs ijl, mid in default
of tiayiucnt of Hue sentenced to sixty day's im
prisonment nt hard labor. W, Dlgsby, assault
with deadly vvovpon, remanded to to-day. Ahuna,
assault nnd bittery on Liu Cong and Aiana,
remanded to 15th lnst. J. II. Harrison, threaten,
inghiiwifo, nolle proiejui entered by prosecution.
A. II. McCauslaud, assault and battery, remanded
to to day. Nellie- Donnell, procuring and giving
intoxicating drinks to native llawaiiaus, found
guilty nnd tlued $100, or in default of payment,
sentonced to two hundred day's imprisoument nt
hard labor, costs $'.'. Kokea, cruelty to animals,
Hontenood to 0110 mouth's imprisoument at hard
labor, costs $1. Cham Cheu, Inroony ot a watch,
remanded to to-day. Johnny llrown, refusing to
obey hl parents, remanded subject to the order of
the Court. Joo MoraeB, assault and battery on
Antonio Martin, remanded to to-day.
Editoh Satubday PnEsa. Sir: Last Wednes
day's Gazttf take issue wlh "Justice" nt his
remarks of ,1 t week on the.'lthoduj case, and
bristles up n't tho idoaof any 'Jurymen on a caso
being "marked men," nnd (eosts any Idea of Jus.
tico in my remarks because ft was, assumed that
six men of 'this town attempted to ncrjalt n pris
oner on hi (olor aud not on'his eac."
Your correspondent falls to see wherein ho ia
blind to justice by the fact) that exist, and were
made aa plain to tho first jurvrs as they wero to the
coonu, ouu it is inir ki uiamwvm mougu we may
blush to own it that the first trial would not havo
resulted as it did if a native had bsveu the aggres
sive party. Perhnp4 the (latetle writer U well
nwaruof tbo seutnuint of the juror who would
hare acquitted Hbodaa wbon he says " they were
notwroiiff eitbar dishoaestly or blah onorably."
Ckas. Keade did wt all a service when he wrote
wrote "put yourself in his places" aud if sym
pathy conflicts with Judjjrracut lo pervert facta so
aa to bias our iniudc, n little of the prmclplopw
vadiug tbo work hero wenlloaeU will help to
K-der. , JbasrwK.
Views of the Lava Flow.
Mr. Furnomx linn returned from Hawaii with
n number of views of tho lava flow, taken nt
different potnls nl tho sonrco nnd nt tho end of
llio flow. Four towa showing tho crnler ami ad
jacent region nro Interesting In tho extreme. On
tho 2.",lh of June, Mr. Fnrnoaux left tho Volcano
Housont Kilnuca with Mr, Koeback, n gentleman
necustomed lo travelling, and who was formerly ft
soldier In tho U. S. Army, and started toward tho
Bonrco of tho flow. They left about I) a.m. arid
reached tho limit of vegetation al 7 o'clock, whoro
they camped for llio night. They left camp tho next
morning beforo 5 o'clock, nml nt 3 f.m. reached
tho crator. Tho nlr was very light but tho only
inconvcnleiico suffered was occasional bleeding nt
tho noo and giddiness which, howovor, soon
passod nway. It wns a most barren nnd dcsolnto
region, nnd snow was lying about In patches on
tho mountain Bide, Ho mado four skolclica which
givo ono an excellent Idon ot tho locality. A sight
of them in tho next best thing to seeing tho ori
ginal. Ono vlow shows tho now crater and tho
first vent I10I0 somo six miles distant, where tho
'avt stream ponrnont. Tbo now crator broko ont
In December ond Is now qulto active, Anothor
vlow shows tho nowly formed crator, n mass of nil
of n brick color. On ono sldo of tho orator Is
nhown n stream of red jnihoehot that has cooled na
It flowed, in small lorraccn, liko n stair way.
Abovo tbo crater towards Mokuaweowco nro
patches of buow. A third vlow represents tho in.
mdo of tbo cralcr, or ns much of 11 as could bo
Been. Tho bent wns very great and a port!"!i of
llio Instdo only could bo soon from nbovo. Tho air
was so raro that smoko nnd steam ascended In
perpendicular columns, nil of which la shown vory
truthfully In tbo paintings. Another viow shown
tho vent hold from which tho lava stream lsnuos,
after flowing nndcr ground six miles. Thoso four
vlowsaro ccitnlnlyof groat value, and a loss per
severing artist Ihnn Mr. Fnrnonnx would not havo
undertaken tlio fntlgno and dangers of tho trip
necessary to seenro them, Aftor making his
Hkutchcs ho returned with his companion, reaching
the lino of vegetation nbont dark. Horo thoy
camped for tho night and tho next day, Juno 27th,
reached llio Volcano Houso at 2..T0 r.M. Tho dls
tanco from tho Volcano Honso lo tho crater in nn
air lino is about fifteen miles, but tbo courso Mr.
Fnrnoaux wns compelled lo lako wns twenty or
twenty-fivo miles a long nnd tlresonio tramp
over nn exceedingly rough country. A number of
other vlow s token near tho end of tho flow nro
benntlful nnd make nn entertaining study. Ono
of tho most interesting is ono taken nbont six
miles from Hilo showing tlio Junction of tho flown,
nnd tho main body eating Us way through tho
woods. This represents tlio sceno nt night, nnd
shows tho courso of tho long lino of the flow by
tlio lire from tho mnny vent holes. Tho reflection
of tho light below on tho overhanging clouds of
smoko, tho mnnv hues of tho liquid fusion and
tho cooling surfneo of tbo main flow, nnd tho
green foliago of tlio surrounding wood, nro de
picted with wonderful oxnetnoss, nnd tho blending
of tho different colore is in charming and strik
ing contrast. Tbo lava stream nt this placo is
running in tho trnok of n provlotis flow, and is
destroying tbo timber that was left by Its prede
cessor, leaving only desolation bobind it. Ono
viow representing a. delugo of rain falling on llio
lava, nnd tbo effect of tlio consequent commin
gling of firo, nlr and water, is peculiarly interest
ing. Thoro nro n number of othor vlows which wo
havo not spaco to notice, ovory ono of which tolls
its part of tho story of tho eruption of Mamin Lon
far bettor Ihnn words could describo it. Ono
can loarn moro by u glanco nt thoso paintings
than by rending nil that hns boon writton on tho
subject. Tho sketches wore bikon at different
hours of tho day nnd night, and all of tho varying
colors nnd similes of tbo molten mass nro portray
ed on the canvas. It might not bo out of plaoo to
moutlou in connection with this, that Air. Fur
noaux got out of canvas whllo nt Hilo, and was
supplied with somo closo, strong bed-ticking, on
winch ho mndo n background for his paintings by
coloring it with red, decomposed lnvn from Kilnu
ca, finely powdered nnd mixed with oil. It i3 cer
tninly fortnnato that wo havo a compotent nrtist
niuong na nt this time, for such opportunities do
not oilor moro than onco or twico in a century,
and it is not ofton that thero is anyouo to take
advantage of thein.
President Garfield still Improving.
Washington, July 17lh. Tho Burgeons this
morning, nfter examining tlio President, asked
him to choosa his own breakfast. Ho ordered
lnmb chops nnd breakfast bacon, potatoes cooked
in cream and somo minor articles. Tlio physicians
allowed thom to bo sent up, and tho Presldont ulo
n hearty meal. Ho had roast bocf, baked potatoes,
batter-rolls nnd other dishes for dinner. Ilia
meals havo ndded to his strength nnd tho food hna
boon fully assimilated. Tho physicians wero both
surprised and gratified nt tho ovidenco furnished
by his nppclito, tlio wbolesorao effect of tho food,
nnd of tho solid progress in tho enso. No bottor
indication of his moid courso toward recovery
could bo given than la prosoutcd by tho bill of
TnE WOUND HEALrNO.
Tho wound is in tho most satisfactory condition,
and gives ovidonco that tho healing proocss is
going on nlong tho entire track of tho ball. This
Morning ut the drossiug of the wound, when tho
President was turned on bis side, n dlschargo of
pus followod tho movements of breathing. An ox
animation", proved that it camo well from tho in
terior of tho wound. At tho dressing this evening
Dr. Hlis3 by pressing over tho spot on the abdo
men where 7io thinks the bullet is lodged caused
?uito n froo flow of pus, filling nearly a wine glass.
t is proved to havo como from tho base of tho
wound. This gavo Dr. Ullss great satisfaction, na
showing that tho wound was in good oondltion
along its wholo longth. It also accorded with
tho first opinion of tho attending surgeons that
tho ball passod through tlio liver nnd lodged in
tlio interior wall of tho abdomen. Tho microscopi.
cnl examination of tho pus also indicates that thla
theory of tho courso of tho ball is correct. This
examination presents another encouraging feature,
nnd that is that tho chances for tho formation of an
abbcess nro very much reduced sinoo so long iih v ol
untary discharge continues from the baso of thu
wound thero is scarcely any probability of an ab
scess. the 7 o'clock ornciAL mjtxvTriN.
ExEctmvK Mansion. 7 r. u. Our expectation
of tho favorable progress has been fully realized
by tho manner in which tho President Iiuh passed
the day. lie has taken moro solid food and with
greater relish than hitherto, ond his afternoon
fover. which Is ns light as that of vosterday, camo
on lator. At 1 p.m. his pulse wns 91, temperaturo
08.6, respiration 18. At present his pulso ia W,
temperaturo 100.2, respiration 20.
D. W. Hubs,
J. K. IlAIlNKH,
J. J. WOODWABJ).
Tho President has no further trouble from tbo
return of fover, which dally becomes less both in
intensity and duration. Thu slight Increase in
pulse nnd tornpcrnturG for several evenings 11.1st
has boon duo hi part to tho excitement caused by
tho dressing of tho wound.
New Youk, July 17. The inn' Albany corres
pondent aayH i Tho friends of Conkllng still hold
tbo key to the situation. They havo tweuty-nino
votes und ho long na they can hold thom no other
Kcpublicnn can bo elected, unless tho Democrats,
by romnluing r.wny, furnish the opportunity. Tho
flue record thoy havo mado in tho content thus far,
which drew from Spoakor Bharpo and Henator Hol
liort word of praiso in their spooehos. they are not
likely to destroy now by ouy snob suicidal courso.
How much longer tho struggle will continue no
man can tell. If Conkllng will consent to name
soma man besides himself to sucoood himself,
Lnpharn can bo defeated before tho inlddlo of uoxt
week. That tho rank and file of his supporter
are willing to desert him upon such a oornuroaiUa
is beyond quostiou. If not, then nolotuj m bis
twonty-nlno men stand firm, or even tsreuTy-sJx of
them, ho may oontinuo the straggle nil summer, or
until tho filial adjournment of the IgttUtare, or
until tho ualf-bruxl leader will oouitsnt ts asUklaa
a regular cauous. ' wl
New Yobk, July 17. Tho JUrale?!0
special 01 juiy tutu aayst To-night
Mayor gavo a banquet at tho MauaUit
renrosentatires of the Ilrlllnh nnl.min
brilliant affair, all of the colonics and moat of
independencies being represented. Ilia lu
Highness the Prince of Wales sat on the riakt of
the Lord Mayor, who had tho King of the Sand
with lalanibion hU left. Present wore Earl Klin-
y, Secretary of Stato for tho Golcraiea, Jiarl
sbery, iorsier nnd Lord Napier, The usual
t to the Queen having been given, ltt Lord
Mayor proposed the health of King KaUkaua, aud
ji juupiwu tue ueauo 01 rung naiaicaua, ami
alter resiwiidcd aud spoke of his land, wbloh
.Id was thriving and peaceful. They bad, he
no Land leaguers, an auuminonmeut wbloh
he said was thriving and peaceful. They bad, he
said, no Land leaguers, an auuminonmeut wblek
(wviveu sua npmauso. -me rriuee of wales',
reotlved with npplau). The Prince of WabM,
iug to his health, spoko of tho pleiaare M bad
him when younaer to vWt Canada, and bow
x bo Bboold like to repeat that vklt. Tba iia-
much bo hhoald Usui in lanast
preaaions he bad reeeivod during bis trip lu Nortfc
Aiuuica were i ueep aw ptaaaani to-tiay a ever.
He was aarry bl'sfiy iftuewa prevented
blm from vialtiag an tfce eMtUmim.
The EuglUh rmwnij have been yaHiihlBg
long dbuMieb Mum ti attempted Meeaa.na.iiun,
but tbn Vreatdenfa pramem U vtMl wsletved turn
hU able whk profotwd keeleetade. ltolleUm art)
tramuaittsd tW asd Mwtoe daily. The alW at
the Asseriean laagitlon are atUl wuisrwi, tfeoutfb.
tbe eoaBderoe of tUnisto nesyimy bum taken tM
"ir Kr4ya Wood will probably be raised to the)
h , a