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BY E. P. ADAMS.
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17,
At IDA. 'I,,nl Nivlr-i Itontii,
Will bo sold nt Public Auction,
The Mock liclonRlns l M i'atntp, consisting of
J'aiiaiiiii Huts, StraJfiitSj Felt Huts,
Overtoils, llrdpprcndp, Hlniikclp, rnalp. Hoots,
Hosts. Vests, Accorilconp, Mirror, Cock",
Overalls, .lumper, Klnn Hhlrts, Collars, Orcrshlrts,
llruphcs, Drawers, Woolen Hhlrts, Handkerchiefs,
Cheviot Hhlits, l'ancy Hhlrt. Hatchrlp,
Merino t'mterp hlrtp, Hnppenilcrs, Neckties,
iuinj v nrc, .Tif-rve Millions dimi muup,
Ul. I u I .ih. II. .l-lll. I. V.i.1.1.. III..,
Violins anil Mrlnat, blacking. Hair Jtrn
i uiock uamnci, nix, ripes, lunsiro,
l lKirrcltes, Chairs, Hmln I'uunUUi, Iron Safe,
Counter. Step Ladder, Ileak, Ac.
JI. T. ADAMS, Anct'r.
ON THURSDAY. AUGUST 18th,
Al 10 .1. St. lU.Nnlfi Itoniii.
An Assortment of Denims,
Wlil o Cottons, Brown Cottons, Prints,
Flannel Shirts, Whlto Shirts,
Handkerchiefs, Socks nnd lloso, Pants, Ac.
A Iiine In New Groceries !
Hninn, Bacon, Yonst Powder, Ijard,
Jellies, JimiH, Cornell lliof, Alllk,
Sardines, Caudles, Pickles, Oysters, Ac. Ac.
Hacks Now Potatoes,
Hacks Wheat, Corn, Onions,
Backs Sugar, Capes Buttor,
For account of whom it may concern,
Case 21 IV-1 dor, Clark's Hxpanslon Hits,
(i iliix Carpet Jfnll Pullers,
Vilnz Keg Heaters,
Uilor Kim Kiioli Locks,
IduzCast SUel Dividers, G.8, 10 nr.il 12 In.,
I ilop Compasses, R, 8, III nnil 2 In..
SI ilc. Hlnnlry 1! fool I fold Ilulcs, No. G7,
tliln MtnrCnn Openers.
Case No. f)-HJ .Machine Dolts, b-lft, OS, V IC,
1(1 ilnx Vulcan Hhnvcls,
1! lulls J, Itoiiml Iron, 1 ilo,-. encli,
4 lulls U HomihI lion, I dor. oirli.
II. 1". Al)A.M,Act'r.
Sale of Lease !
IIV OMiEIt'OF HF.N.IAMIN H.JTACY,
Administrator of the Kstatn of Oeo.W Macy, deceased,
1 will oiler nt Public Auction, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th,
Al li o'clnek nnon, on the premises. In tho rear
of 151 Tort .St., tho iincxplreil lease,
having ten years to run, of
Tlint Curtain IMrcu or Parcel of F,nnd,
Willi tho buildings tlu-rcon, ltuateil on Tort Hlruet,
Ilonnliilu, Imlua jinrt of tha lauil known m Kiiiiii
WHlH.of mi arm of Why lOSfcct, iiibject to n yeirly
rental of Twenty llvu ilnllur per nnniiin. There nrutwo
ilwillliw 111 HUJ upon this laml, wllli llttli House ami
K. V. AIJAMS, Aucfr.
Ily Onlcrof IIKNJAMIN 11. MAOV, Administrator, I
will soil at I'nlilic Auction, on
Saturday, September 10th,
At 11 A. M. on tho premises, 150 1'ort 8t.,
The Household Furnitnre and Effects:
Ileilstcail, Ileilillus, Moqultii Net, Ilureaus,
Olmln, Mlrnirn, Wrltinc l)ek, Tables,
" Hooks anil Mui;azlnoi, Meat H.ifo,
Cook Utorc, .tc. &c. A:.
i:. 1'. AIlAilg. Ancfr.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
mill: ,niiiip. iiiiurr iiipiirw. .inimii luur,
Teaspoons, Tablespoons, Clear Cutter,
Japanese 1 rays, Tuoth Ilrnshi'P, Combs,
Pocket Knives, Hnaps nr.rt I'crfnmep, Cologne,
Hair Oil. I'lnrlila Water. Twine, "tecl l'in.
Or other parti of the Islands,
-CAN 1I.WK TIIKIIU
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Hy ppllollon to Mr. K I. ADAMH, queen Strol, who
has our Descriptive Cllosua with I'rlccs.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L.W. HOPP
Blaok Walnut Bedroom Sets,
It luck Wnluiit Sideboards,
Jllnck Wnlnut DlnliiR Chain,
Onk Cuuo Hunt UinltiR Chain,
Cedar llcdruom Sets,
E. P. ADIMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
HJNOLULU AND SAN FRANCISCO
PRIKOIPAIi OrriOE8No. 110 Sutter
Street, Saa Frstaolaco, and IxtMSueat of
MawalUa HoUt, Honolulu.
THIS COMPANY WILL FORWARD
Packages and Baggage.
Advances Mado on Consignmonts.
COLLECTIONS and COMMISSIONS
OP AI.I. KINDS
General Express Business
AttinJcil to promptly In all parts of lbs
A MMMaftr will b dlipatk4 aw aeU Mall
ItMXWi bglanU nut Jalt.
SuptriiiUaJtiil or Iht uiniiinN JilauJ;
S8Sm Hawaiian Hotel.
iiiiiia urn sjuhi
EX BARK "LADY LAMPSON"
S, r. ASAMt.
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
MI3SSUS -V. II. C'UOSHMAJf .t
. llrop.. will (lUtinlrha llrpt elan eel from M
Yorktolhls I'ort ntiut Not lt l'artlra ujrlni to
Phlpliy this llnerllrect. will nreil to forwarrl orders lir
the Wtcamer of ustli of Aiibupi, to npenre room for tlicfr
f m 2m
1 Agenlp In llonnlnln.
POlt SAN KJtANOISCO.
Ajs Tim A.MK1UCAN
Will have Quick Dispatch for tho abovo Port
of cargo. 1'or rrclglit or I'appoce, apply to
851 50 ('. lllir.WCll ACQ , AgenlP.
FOR SAN JJIANCISCO.
f r. American Ilarkenttno
S."51V'-m-r tt-ii -r. -w-i- a
'JTJ- - J- Jii a.3.,
-ivrKTSi E.MIJKHON, JlB'ter,
Will havo Quick Dispatch for abovo Port.
l'or freight or patpago apply In
W5 W II. IIACKI'KM) A Co.. Aeenls.
The (lernian Hark
UrtlT, U. J., u. ni'.i.hui,
Will havo quick dispatch for above port.
Tor freight or parage apply to
Mo HI It II. IIACKI'KM) & CO.
AngnPt 10, I p m Hllo
AUKUstl, I p in u.. Circuit of llanal
AugiiPti. Ip m II Ilo
Niplrmliern, I p in Circuit of llanll
Mcplcmlier IM, I p n Itlli.
Hi-ptcmlHT'J), I p n Circuit of Hawaii
.September S7, I p m Hllo
Uctobcrl, I p m Circuit of Hawaii
OB No s'rrilll for I'n-.ncr .llonpy. -an
We pnpltlvcly iliclino to open accounts for I'spsacca,
ami wo particularly call the attention of the trareUne
public to the tiecirplly of limlliL' IlngKngc anil 1'relKlit
plainly markcil; the ritcamcr will not lie rcsponpihlc
for nny uiiinarkeil llascajje, or for l'reli;ht or 1'arcels,
unless It'C'lilril lor.
Frol(;ht Honey Duo on Darannd.
In all capesot fri'luht for paillcs not responsible, or
unknown, tho freight money will bo rrn.ulrcil In ailtance
1'AC'KAUKN tiriilllllOUM mill UINILS JIDN
Hi: I'l.AINI.V JI.ltKKI
l'or lh" party whom they nro for, or plainly stated In tho
receipt to ufinm they art consigned.
All demands for ilamago or loss must bo mado within
In noway llablo for Iom or nccldent to lUo slock.
tiT" Hack Drivers, Hoys, nnd Pilch like, will not bo
allowed on boanl the Btiamcr on arrival, until after thu
piipKciigcra havo laen lauded.
Wl WILPKK A. CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tin: hi'-,i:m)i hti:a3isiiii
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Aug. 28.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND !
T1IK HPI.KXDID NTrA'INIIII
ii t-.VAi.ir.it, co.ii-iamii:ii.
On or about Saturday, Sept. 3d,
For Kre'ghl and l'assnge, npply to
fM) Sn. II. llACKb'KI.I) A CO., Accuts.
Uooil for .Nliltmriil cr Ntrimirr enn now
ln NIoriMl, t'rro ol C'ltnro, In llir Plroitrool
lVnrtilioiiN nrnr tlio Nti-iiincr Vsluirr.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper bchooner.
Will sail from Honolulu to Hilo direct, and w 111 call nt
intermediate Torts on tho return trip.
Tor Freight or I'aspagc, apply to the Captain on board.
1 JI or A. FUANK COOKi:. Agent.
A. FllANK COOKE,
AOENT FOIITHE 1'OI.LOWINO COAhTF.118:
Wallolo, yjo Malolo
Waloll. AtfV TMlu,
Woiohu, 4nflViA Walraalu,
Gen. Siegel g Knluna,
FI.AO UcilwltliWhllQllall. Ofllcn-Cotnerof Oucen
8-11 and Nuilimu Streets. 1
PLANTERS' LINEfOR SAN FRANCISCO
G. Browor A. Co. AROnta,
Merchandise rrcehnl Mornico f'rvp.
and liberal cuth ailvancca mado on uhlninrnts by this
lv icni jy u. iinr. j-.it a vu.
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
I 11EO TO NOTIFY
Planters and the Public
THAT I AM PKKI'ARTKl) TO
rURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steam Portable Tramways,
With or without Cars anil Locomotives,
Specially mlapled for Sugar l'lunlnllons !
Kteiim 1'louRlilnK nnd Cnlttvntinp; MncUincry,
Trnction EurIuuh nnd liond Ixicoinolhcs,
IrtKomotivea for miy rauro o( liallwny,
1'ortnlilo KiiKincH for nil nnrpotica,
Windinir Kncinca for Inclined.
MESSRS. JNO. TOWLER & CO.,
Of Leeds, Knglsnd. whom I represent, have upillnl
l'ortablo Ilullnays for HugAr riautatlous in Cuba, Trini
dad, Dvmarara, l'eru anil Mexico, for all of which places
tlier haa euppliiil hteam l'loughlnc Marhlncry.
'I lay havo also during tho Inat IIV years mauiifiictureil
LocomntUrs rnr Hallways In (Irral llrltaln ami the Col
onies, India, Mexico, Ceylon, Egypt .nil Peru, from a
Inch gaugo up to a feet M Inch gauge, and sultid for all
kinds of tracks ami trafllc.
They have supplied the (loveruments of (treat llrllalc,
Oerinany, ltui.fa and Italy with Traction Engines
which huvcglxn ecry satisfaction, as well as larro
numbers for private use.
Any communications to bo addressed to II. It. Fow Icr,
care of W. L. (Irceu, Kn., or (1. W. Macfarlauo Si Co.,
Ilonulnln, who will act as their Agents,
Catalogues, with Illustrations, models and photo
graphs of ha above plant ami machinery may bo seen
at the olltco of U, W. Macfarlsne i. Co.
H. II. VUWI.r.ll, for
, . . J.NO. FOWI.KU .t CO.
N. H. 1 proposotolpltthn dlrTerent IsUinla during
ho next few weeks, and shill ha pleased to glvi) any In.
tormatlou with regard In the application of theillftvrcnt
styles of th aboto machinery to each Ineillty.
ii. ii run i.r.i(.
DiTKiwa hy Aim:xi-K km thin
Kingdom my sou, E. A. WILLIAMS, wilt act (or
me In all matters of builiieis uuJir full I'nwrr of At
torney, r O.E.WILLIAMS.
Himolulu, August I. IM1. 4J rxM Vrn
VI It. CIIAIUjKS woot.minc.tqn
Jl. lias been admitted a partner In our firm on the
Stlth of July, 1W. II. F, KI1LK11S is CO.
Honolulu. An.-. 1st. 1WI. 49 bOI it
4Mk,Tllr. IIOINK OS KtlKVI NTKKEr.
jj; tat present occupied by Mr. I. A. Hasslnccri
JKjL I'rs.ssslnn rlveu on 1st July. For partlrulsri
TppljoA. McKllllllN. a If
M. L, HALLEKBECK.
MOODY AND SANKEY,
U.h:h ibk Amrii'tM r h v. m. v. a.
with tlio rovjieratlou of the ChrWUln people of
Uo&olulu will hold a scries of meetings lu lbs
rORT STREET CHURCH.
Beclnlus Sunday Krenlor, Aug lllta, when h. will
rsUtc bis UWM VKHattXAl. UCfaYHIKNCr,
which urtry person In the rommanlly should hear.
P' XiKASANT FU11N18IIGD ltOOMS
to 1st, with ar without board, at No. I King Ul.
AlW a MJaHla HUWUr vf day boardets taknu
NEW YORK MFE
ORGANIZED I 843.
Cnh App;otii ......
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
Tor San 1'ranchco, Auslralla, Japan anil
Ex.aovmtNon fiikd'k t.low,
Treat, of Local Doartl in San Francisco.
Jf. HAUKFEIil) it CO.,
G. 0. IIKKUEKj
For tho Hawaiian! Islanclo.
ALL VOHM8 OF
Lifo IriBurnnco Policies Issued.
EXAMINE THE NEW
Extract from a idler of Hon. V. F. Low.
Icertlfythat I havo taken out a "Tontine" policy In
tho New nrk Life Insurance Co. for S'Jil.OUO; lhat I re
gnnlltns the bet anil fairest plan of Life Insurance,
nnd that thu principles embodlid In the new plnn.nfler
a careful examination, have lemnvcil the objection" I
have herctcfore entertained against "Life Insurance."
I have stinillly declined to liisuie until thC'Tontlliu"
was prtscnttd to me. Yours very truly.
r. T. LOW.
It pro Ides for one's family al ordinary Life rales,
and tho money returned with Interest on arriving at a
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Far-lii exceps of those realized from tho Investment of
equal amounts In savings banks or corporate stocks of
fering cquil sicurity.
SEE LIST OF POLICY HOLDERS!
Each of whom havo Insured on this plan for amounts
From $5,000 to $20,000.
J O Glmlp,
Willlmn II TJiinonu,
F T Ijonclmn,
G W Blncfnrlnno,
11 11 Mncfnrl.ine,
V W Mncfnrlntio,
F A Schnefer,
C O Herder,
Wiu G Irwin,
II W Schmidt,
J T Wntcrlionso,
K O Dnmon,
J I DowbcU, Jr,
J W I'lliigcr,
K Q Wnlter,
II E Wliitnoy,
11 W Jjiiino,
O N Wilcox,
Anil ninny others.
Which Is sufficient guarantee, as lo Its merits.
For full Information, apply to
II. .IACKJT.1.1, t CO., or
8M 12 Cm !. O. IlKKCil.lt.
Xos. 7C and 78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
JJoard by tho Dny, Week or Transient
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks.
Jttoals Served in First-Class Stylo
AT ALL IIOUltH.
lENKY J. IIAltT. 8ft! 9 KLLIS A. 1IAKT.
SEIBERT'S AUTOMATIC STEAK
FOIt HALE HY THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
This little apparatus oils tho cylinder constantly nnd
perfectly. Ho llttlo oil is used Unit n toting of oil and
wear equal to four times tta cost may be ettcctcd In one
Pint Size, $45. Half Pint Size, $30.
era 'J 3m
It. II. H. MACFAltliANE, HAS
this div been ntlmttti.it n 1nptni.i In mi. Urn,
Iho new Co-1'artiiershiu dates from July 1st, 1881. All
..A.i.ui.i.riin. ii.m nf n it- .i....i .. .1.. .
uviuuiiia.iiuiiiiiiiiiii ii, ii. .iiutiimmi" 1.1). priur lo
this date, will bo settled bv U. W. Macrarlaiie,
0. W. -MACFAItl.ANE 4 CO.
Honolulu. July 1st. 1MI. Bill 4i St
OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT I
ON THE lbT DAY OF OCTOIlEIt NEXT
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMP'Y
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
IN SUMS OP
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
These bonds will bo Issued In tho following scrlesi
ScricH A lloiulsof 8500 cioli, ilno October 1, 188.1.
Series 11 Uotula of ivl each, duo October 1, 1S!5.
Borlcn O Honda of )0 encli, duo October 1, lb37.
Series D Uoudu of $500 caoli, duo October 1, 1S6U.
Each Ilond will have coupons attached, payable on
tho lit days of April and October of each )ear; Interest
at tho rata of Hmcu tvr crin, icr miitiiiii. frco
of (iomnniftit taxes. Tho Inteiett on them will bo
KKiiritntefil by Messrs. 1)1. hop it Co., nud will be
rnada payable at tho Hank of Mes.rs lllshop A Co.
The.e llonjs will be secured by a first murtgngo on all
the property of thn Hawaiian Agrlcnltttral Co. They
will bo mado pajiiblo lobenrer or oiJrr, at tho option of
the purcluier; aud If parties prefer the hitter can havo
them registered on Iho books of the Company, thus at.
fording abscluto security In ca.u of Iota uy robbery or
Parties desiring to purchase any of theso bonds will
please stale what stiles they pttfer A, 11, C.or 1). Ap
lllcatloiitswlll uow bertcelvsd. For further particulars
apply at the otUco ot C. llrcwcr .t Co., Honolulu.
P.O. JONES, Jn..
BOI 13 3m Treaturer II. A. Co.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
lictwren Merchant and Queen rilrects, HonnlnlJ,
fill IK r.M.AMflKMKM' Ol THIN HOl'NK-
- altentlons and additions being complete, I havo
seven rooms, newly furnished. In let. Haiti ltooru with
snnweranaaii inoucru improvements.
N. 11. No Celestials employed in tills House, All
the conwulrnclcs of a First Class lintel.
Meal at All Honra la tho Restaurant,
HnaWjit ii too p. in. Dlnucr U to 3 p. in. HupperB
In 7 p. in. Hoard SI IX) per wctJ.' Wlnulo ilrals-') rents.
Hoard and ltesldruca 0 Ul per wirk, by lliu day or
month, as per agreement. Acknowledged by all
Tbo llcst t'ookluic In Honolulu, liar None.
Also, Iho greatest liberality In all arrangements,
S3! illm ALFIiED.ll. HUUtlHTUN. 1'rop'r.
TWO "1-ttUXU MB VNHKNItTANItlXU
lh matageinsnt of Catlle, and Uutter Msklnc.
Apply to II. N. URSENWKLL.
t Kona. Hawaii.
Aw. vciitrit, (K s. rarKiUMtx an it e.
VANDOOHN, all residents of Honolulu, Hawai
ian Islands, cumprlso lha Firm of
Hwolulu July 15,161. W3t
He-port of iho Hoard of Health for tho iRlnhd of
Oahti, week eliding Angust ll'th, 1S31, nt 12 M.
8mall-pnx eases reported plnce last report 0
Cases previously reported..,. , ,, 789
Total smill-pox caies reported ,.,., 7W
Nnmber of dralhs plnco lat report I
Number previously reported......... ,,. Kg
Total nnmber of deall , "a)
raced in qnaranllno since Inst report i)
lacciln quarantine since last report, nt residence 0
l'laced In qnaranllno at Inn report.... w
ni'ehargednell.. .......'.".'.. '.V.'.'.'.V.V.'.V.'.'.".'. l) "
Hied. , i
Itcleaiedlrom quarantine, koknas '.'.'.'. CO 0
Total In qnaranllno I his dale "st
No now enpea havo been reported on this Island,
for tho Inst 21 dnjB.
I.WT OP UK.VTII8 BINCC LAST ItEFOnT.
l'nhl, k., Qnarnntitio HoHpllnl.
J. A. lUssivntn, Secretary.
Snlo of Lqnn of Govornmont Lnnila,
ON TIIUIISDAY 8EITEMIIEH, Btii lbol at tho front
entrance or ALIIOLANI HALE nt 12 o"clock noon, will
be mid at lubllc Auction, tho following Leases of
(lovernment Lands i pjyj
' NT All that tract of land, slnated In the District of
hail, Island nrilauall,and knon as KAALAIKI,
'1 erms. Leaso m years, upset pilco 8TU per an
num, piyablc semi annually In advance.
3 X,,.iJ,r,0l!lS.ni. ?."'? (l'Ternmcut hnd known as
KUKUIOI'AE. Island Slid In South Kona. Ha
wall, containing VU U-li) acre. Tenns.-l.eapo
10 yearp, upset price J20 per annum, parable
annually In advance.
anil That tract nf land, situated In liana, Maul, and
kiinun ns WAIKIU. Terms.-Lease Hi years!
upset price 510 per aiitiumn, payable annually
In ndvancc. '
1 Til KEPOIII. situated In Pnlolo Vally, Oahu, con.
lalnlng 1I' ncres. Turns. Lease- 10 years,
iipsi it price $73 per nniiiim, payable semi an
5 Til HOKUULA, a track of Onmnmont land be-
lllHl.il U'.llinnlin.ln.n.Htl l.'nlt..ll. I .11-..!.. .
. ..-.. .. '. ,p .... ..nt. iiiuiiiiiiiii, ui.irici or
Mnkawao, Island of Maul. Terms. Leaso 10
jears, upset price. $iuu per annum, painblo
seml-aniiually In advance'
O Til KAMAEK, n tract of land situated between the
l.ltiila nf II.I..I.M .t If. ....... ...... ....
V. .. J"'"''" " uiiiiiiiiini, uisirici Ol 111IO,
Hawaii. Terms, Leaso 15 years, upset price
S'W per annum, payablo seml-aniiually In ad
vance, (Also at same lime nnd plnco will bo sold as follows i)
NIAU, (United In Knllhl-wacua, on tho main road
and containing 10 1S-I0O acres. Upset price 810
Also nt same time and place will bo sold, FOUll
I1UILDINO LOTS No's 201 nnd S03 nnd 168 nnd 187, on
King and Young Streets', Kalaokahua plains, Oahu,
unset prices 100 each lot-
1'ot surveys nnd other particulars on all of the above,
apply at this office. II. A. V. CAKTEIt,
W aijnlsler of the Interior.
riHDAY, .September Snd, 1881, the anniversary of
tho birth of Hcrltoyal Highness the Princess Itegcnt,
will bo observed as n national holiday, and all Oovcrn
incut offices throughout tho tho Klnrdom w ill be closed.
II. A. V. CAHTKK,
Minister of the Intrrior.
Interior Office, Aug Oth 1881. 605 CO -It
Licenses Expiring in August, 1881.
S Oeo Man, Nunnnii St., Honolulu
J Ahfo. Nniiinu St..
Ah Soon, Wnlknne, Koolnnpoko, "
Chns. Long, Merchant St., "
W. II. Place, Mannnkea St., "
Wong Wo, Nnuanii St., "
John Leal, King St., "
A. lnel, King St.,
Ah Sen, Knmollllll,
Lull Pen, Knmollllli,
W. E. rosier. Fort St.,
II. Miirsh, Knpalamn, King St., "
Ahliiii.Nuuniiii St., '
Sum Sing, IIccH, Koolnnpoko,
A. W. l'clrco .t Co. Olteen Ml.. u
S. Magnln, Fort t:t.,
I.cong Fat. Walluku,
! O. Ahsce, Kuln.
t'uong Pong, Hamnkiiapoko,
i LumChop, Punnkohau, Lahalna,
I Ahulll, haupo, lliina,
Akl. IMinnluii, Kau
Ah Yonng Apen, Hawl, N. Kohala,
Chung Sam, Knpaau, N. Kohala,
C. Along, Plpelkeo, llllo,
Apu & Akul, Nnpoopoo, South Kona,
O Wo it Co, Koh.iln,
Amnna, Kukniliiiele. Hnmakua,
W Dart, Honokan, Haniakun,
Aklm, Pauweln, llamakua,
Akiul. Honnpiico, North Kohala,
WH Keen. Hllo,
.T Wight. Unlaw a, Norlli Kohala,
Ano, Paia, llamakua,
' A WPclrco & Co, (iuccn St. Honolulu,
it i: tail Niiitir.
II Ilradley, comer King and Fort Sis,
Jas S Lemon, Cnmrairclal Hotel,
: Macfarlanc A. Co, Knahumann St,
! Chas Long. Mcichant bt,
! J Lalke, Punahna. Hilo,
I J. F. Aluli i A N Kepolkai, Kahnlul, Maul,
i ni... n.i ........I !.-.. -i
v.iiuui I ill, nullum, nuum, .
Ah Sin. Knuahuhu, North Kohala,
Wing Wo .t Co, Nuuaiiii St, Honolulu, -.
Chonz Sing ii Co, Halawa, North Kohala,
Sam Yu Fong Co, Hotel bt, Honolulu,
Hun Cliong, Walmca, Kauai,
Sam Sing, Ilcela,
Yco Sum, Puuahon, Hllo,
Leon Ilejean, Hotel St, Honolulu,
III I I'll hit.
f Perry, Fish Market, Honolulu,
(1 W C Jones, Knu,
Snm Hook, North Kohalu. ,
J K hylva, Fish Market, Honolulu,
W. Hell, N. Kohala,
Enrron SArunDAr PnEsarYoar Interpretation
of my meaning la quite correct, but to placo tlio
matter in n clearer liK'it before) tho public, I think
it ndviiiblo to nsk if tho ensays rend nt tho prnd
uatiuK ceremony roro tho;Miennd unit Med tjfurle
of the Rrnduatca 1 If this question ia answered in
tbo nfllrmativo, then you nro perfectly rlp,ht in
nRrcoinj: with 'W.Ji. Jouea, that Oaha Collceo tioi
KCfiseB tho unlquo faculty of not only being nblo to
train pupils to li'iit aliko. but even to rxjiif those
thoughts with sncli a similarity of sMf.nstociuBo
the rumor to get abroad that tho esaaya wcro pro
duced by ono nnd tho snmo iiersou.
'llils tan wonderful (rawer fur an odncatlonal
establishment to iwcscaa, nud I feel Mire thnt tho
claim to it would bo ignored in nny civilized com
munity outside of tho Sandwich Islands.
Following ia n record of the l'ollco Court pro
cccdinga for tho week : .Tna. Davis, drunkenness,
lined f C, coats $1, W. Higaby, aaanult nnd bat
tery on Max lllchcr, found guilty, nnd fined $100
nnd sentenced to threo hours' imprisonment nnd to
pay $1 coats. JoeMornc-H, assault nnd battery ou
Antonio Martin, noUr pntqii entered byproso
cution. Cbau Cucc, larceny, nolle prostytt cutortd
by prosecution. A. II. McOauslaud, nsaanlt and
battery, sentence suspended until called on to
appear. Ah Sing, cruelty to animals, fined $.,
costs 91.S0. Justiniano, driving without lights,
forfeited $10 ball. A. Mnonc, hcredlrsa drivinp;,
Cntnl $10, costs ft. Knlolla, assault nnd battery
on Jim, forfeited id bail. W. 0. 1'oole, drunken
nesa, nolle nro.uiint entered by prosecution, Yung
Kal nud All Tack, having opium In possession,
iioiVif iireitiui entered In case of Ah Tack, nnd
Yung tin! fined k)M nnd sentenced to one month's
imprisonment nt hnrd labor and to my if I costs.
Ail ion, wiving opium in iueR.ioii, uneu s.sj
nnd sentenced to two months' imprisonment nt
hard labor and to pay costs If t ; in the cases of five
other Chinese n Ho;i(unHf was entered by tho
prosecution, au iai, wvme ciiarce, iincu.$iunnu
sentenced to nino months' imprisonment nt hard
labor nud to pay $1.30 costs. Aukal, disobedience
to her parents, ordered to return to her parents. J.
Drown, refusing to uWy his parents, nolti pnosrviif
entered by prostcutiou. James Davis, drunken
ness, fined $10, cost $1. William Welch, snmo
charge, teutenred trstuio monttv's Iniprlsoiimtnt nt
hard labor, cot-U s)2. Chailea Stein, gross cheat,
remanileil to the lMh lust. Henry Edwards, heed
less driving, fined ffi, coets l. Ah Sin. onsnult
snd battery on Ii Foo. sentenced to three
month's imprUonrnent nt Laid labor nud to pay
tlJiO costs t caso appealed to Intermediary Oourt.
William Mcltees, drunkeunew, forfeited 0 bail.
Lee Wins, c, lirceny of bed linen and towels,
sentenced to uine months' (cjpriaoBnjant at hard
labor and fined SI?, costs $1. Jas. B. Martini,
laroenj of property of Sylvester Thoiuas, fined 9 30
and sentenced to one year's liuprUonrusut at hard
labor and to $1 cost ; for larceny of property of
l'eter Ainoa, fiued $15 nnd seuteuced to nine
months' iiuiirUouiueut at hard labor and to vi
AUGUST 13, 1881.
Bnsinoss Ap;cnt's Notice.
All advertisements for the Smmixr Pnrs mnptbo
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
Issue can bo cunrantccd when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark the nnmber of Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so marked
will bo charged J months.
TI10S. 0. THHUM.rtnslncst Agent.
TOPICS OIF THE DAY.
MAimiCF. 0. Dlaki: lias received tlio nomi
nation of Mayor of San Francisco from tlio
ltciiiblic.in party. Knllocli, it is said, will
not enter tho Hats this year.
Tin: Cnllorniivi for August has an excel
lent Initio of contents. Among other interest
ing articles ara "Tlio Seclusion ntul Isolation
of Hawthorne," "At (ho Tomb of Carlisle,"
"Corporations In Politics, "A Knight of Iho
Frontior" nml "Tho Wilds of Daricn." Tlioro
nro also Iho usual, poems, short romnnces nud
tho distinctive fcatuio of "Otil-cropiilngs."
Tin: latest addition to agricultural iniilo
lnotils in Hnglnntl is tho "steam tltggor,"
which Is n combination of tho plough nnd spado.
In tho short Bpaco of an hour, nnd nt u work
ins cost of ftvo shilliiiKs, it will turn over mi
ncro of ground, and Hint, too, in such a way na
to juoducQ superior cultivation. Tho inventor
claims that it will do ns much work ns 170 moti
in n day. It appears to havo withstood very
Wr. wroio a fortnight ago that "it is al
lowed by thoso most capable of forming nit
opinion, that no human effort can ultor or di
vert tho conrso of tho Inva flow," and woro
sneered nt for tillering too trilo n truism. It
seems now however, that (hero nro moro
opinions than ono, on that ns well ns on other
subjects. Tho Government has sent up I'ro-
icssor Aioxnnucr nnci iur. siorimg, tho Super
intendent of Public Works, experienced sur
veyors and engineers, to examine on tho spot
nnd decido ns whether hiiuinn cflort can or
cannot inflticiico tho direction of tho flow, and
it u uo coiisiuercu prncticauie, Ilicn llicso ex
ports will adopt any or ovory possiblo means
of leading tho lavn harmlessly to the sea.
The London Standard of July 13th says:
II. M. Kalnkaim, King of tlio Sandwich
Islands, nrrived at Windsor Oastlo yestordny
nftcrnoon and was presented to tho Queen by
Karl Granville, Secretary of Stnto for Foreign
Affairs. Ilia MajcBty, attended by Mr. Arm
strong, ono of His Majesty's Ministers, Col.
Judd, Ills Majesty's Chamberlain, and Mr. R.
S. Syngo of tho Foreign Office, (who is
nltachcd to His Majesty during His stay in
England) was received at tho Groat Western
Ruilway Station by Capt. Bigge, liquet ry in
wailing, ntul drovo to tho Cnstlo, whero tho
King was icceivcd by tho gentleman in wait
ing at tho gland entrniico, Hor Mujcsty,
accompanied by a largo Staff, received tho
King in tho green drawing-room.
One fruit which wo bcliovo could bo raised
in Iheso Islands with profit in tho olivo. It
flourishes in warm and cquablo climates liko
ours, and theto aro many localities in tho
group adapted to its culture, It is a remun
erative business in ninny countries, nnd tho
demand is greater than tho supply. Tho San
Francisco uidlHin of recent date says:
"It is interesting and profitable to noto tho pro-
gress of hcmi-tropic horticulturo in other countries
esides California, and to obseno that in every
caso individual onterpriso counts for much inoro
than government aid docfl. AVlintover product is
oneo shown to bo lucrative, attracts sufficient cap
ital toitnnid, though it nsunlly takes some timo for
tlio facts in its faor to becomo generally known.
Australian journals report that olivo trees of 20
yonrs of ago aru to bo hoen near Melbourne. Tho
climatein many districts is admirably;adartcd to
this useful tree, and tho incrcaso of plantations is
likely lo follow. Tho Melbourne Gazelle advises
planting 100 troes to tho aero, and would in five
jwrs expect n yield of 20 pounds of olives to tho
treo. Tho profit is rated nt !pT0 per ncro, but this
has been very much surpassed in California."
The latest nows from tho States announces
thocomplolo diBcomfitttro of Conkling and his
followers. E. G. Lapham and W. Miller havo
boon elected to tho United States Scnato by
largo majorities, wliilo Conkling and Piatt
havo to rotiro for a timo from tho political
arena. Tho former, it is said, is to confino his
attention to tho practice of law. Judgo Rob
ertson, whoso appointment w as tho causo oP.lho
Conkling fiasco, took tho onth of oflico as Col
lector ol tho Port of New York ou thu 27th of
July, aud President Garfield, who would not
nckiiowlodgo a superior in tho imperious Sen
ator from Now York, is rapidly rccovoting
from tho effects of tho wounds inflicted by tho
pistol of Guitoau. Conkling's star was over
in tho ascondont until Inst year, when, nt tho
National Republican Convention at Chicago, lio
nttempted, with Senators Logan and Cameron,
to foist upon tho pooplo of tho United States a
Presidential candidato they did not desire, in
tlio porson of Gouoral Grant, for a third term.
This was tho first of a scries of mistakes, and
his star is now in cclipso; but whether it is to
bo partial or total, timo ulouo will loll.
Tun Building Committed of tho Anglic nn
Memorial Church or Cathedral, havo decided in
favor of stono in pioferonco to brick. Thostono
jn preparation is yiccn by Jas. Campbell, Esq.
It lies on tho boauh at Waimanalo, Koohui,
requires no quarrying, properly so called, but
only to bo hown into workablo and easily
moveable blocks; it is easily workod and
hardens with oxposuro to woathor. It will bo
placed nn tho Cathedral grounds at a cost
slightly in excess of tlio price of brick, reck
oned by tho cubic foot, but will' cost less in
coursoof construction, and whon onco in plaoo
will last for nn indefinite poriod without
repairs, whereas the brick oidiuarily usod
here, has to bo pointed, painted or plastorcd
so frequently, that in a merely economical
point of view Iho stotio is prefcrjblo to brick.
We most earnestly hope that this effort to
coinploto tho fabrio begun bo many years ago
may provo successful, and that a placo of
worship worthy of this city may bo raised to
commemorato tho namo nml virtues of Knmo
hamolia IV., nnd to afford all Hawaiian and
English speaking Christians a church which
thoy may bo proud of.
News of tho progress of tho lava How is
now anxiously looked for by ovcry vessel from
Hilo. Tho latest intolligcnco was quite alarm
ing, nnd tlio Hilo people, nlivo to the datigor,
woro taking moans to check Iho flow or turn it
from tho town, A sorirs of wall- aro boing
built to head the flow off, and if it continues to
run in a small stieaui, they may bo of soma
use, but should it make ouo of its spasmodic
outbreaks in tho direction of Hilo, nothing
could bo dono by human bands to stop it or
Clinnga lis cuiiinu, r. nioiiing, oupciiiiiciiii-
cnt of rublio Works, aud Professor Alexander,
went to llllo by tho I.lktUAe last Tuesday, Ink
ing with them a supply of dynainito aud ma
terial to check tho flow if possiblo. Ileforo
tho departure of tho Liltlike on hor Inst trip
up from Hilo, Iho lava stream had turned in
the direction of Wufakca, and should it con
tinue it) lhat direction Hilo may bo saved,
Au opinion in regard to tho action of tho lava
call not bo advanced with any certainty, but
as tbo (low has lately exhibited signs of re
newed activity, tlioro is littla probability that
it will cenio beforo reaching the ses, and wo
would not bo surprised to hoar on Iho arrival
of tho next mail, that it i now running into
the ocean. The branch of the flow known as
tho llllo stream, is yet tomo threo or four mile
from the town, and Is the larger and more dan
gerous of tho two if it continues in ila present
course We hopo to bear that the WaUkea
atieTu will loavo Hilo untouched, and that the
Hllo stream will die out before reaching Iho
ljsu aud harbor, "
NOTES OP THE WEEK.
II. I). M. 8. Gannett may bo oipectcd hero
Bonn of tho trees In Kmnia square wero trimmed
The barkentlne Kiln nrrived from San Franciico
''nn City of Xtie i'oi I: brought down considera
ble California frr.it.
One of tho small-pox patients nt tho Qaarantlno
Hospital died this week. '
The U. 8. 8. Tekinranna sailed for Ban Trail
clseo via Hllo last Monday.
CArTttM Conn has rosnmed command of tho
steamship Clti nf Xtw i'ork:
Tun water was Khut off from tho Government
reservoir yesterday for cleaning nnd rejialrs.
What has bocomo of our cricket nnd bnsc-ball
clubs? Wo havo heard of no games being played
Nine passengers left hero for San 1'rnncisco by
tho schooner Anna, nnd ono by tho bark IakJij
Tnr. now wharf In front of HrowcrB' Is progress
ing steadily, but It will bo somo timo yot beforo
Tiip.nr. was nn unusually lnrgo numlior of no
tions of nRSiimpsit on thecivll record lu tho l'ollco
Court this week.
Lrrn.n red fish havo mndo their nppoaranco in
tho harbor ngaln. Tho natives jay they nro
coining for some chief.
Tho United States Minister hi London presided
at Iho nnuual meeting of tho " Society for tho pro
tection of nncient buildings."
On Saturday wo noticed a road r.crapcr at work
on Fort street. It was rather n prlmltlvo sort of
affair, but bettor than nothing.
We havo not heard of nny work being dono on
Thomas Hqnaro nlnco tho nlgcroba trees thero
wcro mntilntcd somo months ngo.
MA0FAM.ANK A Co., nro erecting n nlicil of corru
gated iron on tho spneo on Queen strcot, between
their storo mid tho Mnsonia building.
Mn. West has added n Stram-cngino lo his car
rlaRO factory in tjneen Btrcet, whicliwilldrivoBaw
ing, plaining nnd drilling machines.
Oun thanks aro duo lo Mr. It. W. Lnlno, Consnl
for Mexico, for copies of thn Dlarlo 0lelal nnd J.'l
Rational, published In tho city of Moxico.
The birth-day of tho Princess Hegcnt, Fridny,
Scptembor 2d. will bo this jearobservcdnsapublio
holiday, and Government offices will bo closed.
The German steamer Itttjteria sailed for Hong
kong laBt Saturday, carrying two hundred nnd
fifty-four Chinese men, women nnd children
Tub Hawnlinn Guards wero out on streot pa
rado last Tuesday evening for tho first timo. Thoy
nro progressing finely and mako n very credi
Tun San Trnncisco Merchant sayd : " Tho rais
ins of tho qnnrantino embargo between Honolulu
nml tho Hawaiian Islands will restoro lifo to our
'trado with that Kingdom."
Fifty-nine passengers arrived in Honolulu from
San Francisco Inst Monday by tlio steamer Ctli nf
AVie I'ort:. Threo passongcrs loft how for tho Colo
nies by the samo steamer.
OirTAiN Noitnmiiio arrived in Honolnln last
Monday as a passenger on tho barkontino Vureka,
of which ho wbb formerly Captain. Captain Emer
son sneceeds to tho command.
A NUMiiEn of workmen aro engaged in laying
stono nt tho corner of Heretanln nnd Emma street
ou tho mnnka side, nud Union street on tho niakai
side preparing for the steam roller.
Amongst tho nrrivuls by Iho City of JW York
wo notico tho names of Dr. Mott Smith, Mr. nnd
Mrs. F. A. Schaefor, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 0. Glade, Mr.
and Mrs. J. 1). Spicckcls, nnd many other well
In London in tho week ending July Dili, tlioro
woro 2,u01 births, 1,339 deaths, the former being
twenty-four nbovfj thonvorngo, nnd tho hit tor sovon
below average j of tbo deaths, oighty-oight wcro
Accobdiko to tho Hoard of Health report thero
havo boon no now cases of small-pox reported for
twonty-fonr days. Tlio totnl number of cases
siuco the first outbreak ia TS'J. aud tho totnl num
ber of doaths 2K).
At a mooting of tho Hawaiian Board last Tues
day ovening, it was decided to forward as spoodily
as possible, tho publication of Itov. L. Lyons'
" Hymn nnd Timo Hook," for tho uso of Hawaiian
churches nnd Suudnyscliools.
A meetino hns been called to tako placo next
Monday ovcuing, August 10th, nt tho Lyceum, to
mako arrangements for receiving tho King when
ho returns from his tour round tho world. His
Majesty will probably airivo next month.
The City of AW l'oi k brought n cargo of f roight
for Honolulu on hor last trip down and remained
in port nonrly all day on Monday. This is tho first
timo for several months that freight has been
brought from San Franoisco by tho regular monthly
Tho King of Ashnntoo has sent his goldon nxo,
his emblem of war, to Queen Victoria in token of
his intention never to mako war on her territories
again. Ilo was advised to givo up wholcsalo hu
man sacrifices for tho f uturo or no treaty would bo
grautod to him.
Some of tho nowspapers publishod abroad, in
their notices of King lCnlakn.ua nnd his Kingdom,
cont'tiu mnny queer statements in regard to this
group. A scrap-book filled with clippings from
theso pnporj would bo interesting and amusing to
residents of tho Islands.
The r. M. S. S. Cilij ofh'eiP York arrived In Ho
nolulu nt 4 a.m. last Monday morning, sovon and-n-half
days from San Franoisco, and considerably
behind tho ruaal timo. Arriving in tho morning
iuBtuad of nt night, ns nho generally does, delayed
tho distribution of tho paper mail nt tiio Post
Ofilco until Into in tho nflvrnoon.
Wont: is being pushed forward rapidly on Mi.
Campbell's building on tho imnAvi corner of Queen
aud Fort streets. Thn walls on ono section of
tlio building on tho Kwa niilo aro rising rap
idly. Wilder it Co.. on tlio opposite sido of Fort
Btreot have Ike iminiti and Wnikiki walls of tholr
brick building nbovo ono story in height.
TuEadvanco Agout of tho Mendelssohn Qain
tctta Club arrived hero by tho Cilij ofHtio Yot I;
nnd hopes to bo nblo lo givo a concert whon tho
members of tho club arrive. Tho Victoria, 11. (J.,
papers speak very highly of the performances of
ibis talented club both in voonl and Instrumental
muslo. Wehops that the stoamor nrraugcinonti
may allow thorn to givo us nil opportunity of hear
The LiktlUe will sail at 4 i. u. noit Tuesday
instead of S o'clock, and will nrriva at Hilo Thurs
day morning nnd remain until 4 r. u. on Friday,
(living pnsBougcrs t.70 days to ace tho lava flow. A
argo number of penplo will tnko advantage of this
arrangement to mako tho trip to Hilo, and from
tho progretUi that tho How has been making lately
it Is not improbable that thoy will die it running
Into the ocean. .
The peoplo of theso Islands havo tho promise
after all of a benefit from Mr. Moody's visit to Iho
Coast last winter, inasmuch ns we have among us
M. L. llallcnbock, ouo of his co-laborers, who
arrived by tbo City of Siw York last Mocday, In
answer too oall from tho Christian people of
Honolulu. As the Qateltt says, "he comes to us
fresh from successful labors in Oregon, with the
hope of accomplishing as good work and ono as
much needed hero as in any community."
The Bail Francisco iris; of July 22d has a fall
page caricature representing King Ivalakaun, as an
auctioneer, selling the Hawalhn Islands to tbo
highest bidder, while Attornoy-Oencral Arm strong,
Col. 0. II. Judd and Major Oeurgo MaofsrUuia
stand bv with n larco tab (labelled I'anfln (Veennl
containing tho islands'. Tho bidders are Unclo
S mi, China and various. Europuin conntrlon. Tho
picture has lxii photographed. Another good
cJrioatnro in a late H''j represents John C'hliia
man as the " coming iuhii," monopolizing differ
ent branches of industry nud trade.
W. ItiosoT, wlio was foaud guilty of nn nssaul(
to murder Max liicber lK week, left Honolulu
for San Francisco on Saturday last, lie w
tried in tho Folleo Court on Saturdty morning sad
fined $100 and sentenced to three hoars' Iweri
sonruent. The judge said that " it not appearia
to be an aggravated oaae, tho short tern of its-,
piUoument was imposed la coaaequenca of Mm
aitarauoe of the defendant and bU f riwuU that
he intends leaving the Island hy the bark Kali
i.nfci, which mil Uil day at 4 p.m." lu the ease
of A. U, UcCaualoud, &au4t aad battery, w.
tenco was suspended, nnd ho left for Iho Colonics
by tho City of ,Ve ic Yot t .
Mn. F. II. Hwman, tho Paymaster of tho U. 8.
8. rclrrintitiin was married to Miss Molllo Coto
man on Monday afternoon, Tho ceremony wnq
performed by tho lit. Hcv. Iho Bishop of Hono
lulu nssislcd by tho ltov. Thr. Blackburn. Tlio
qnnrtcr-deck was fitted nn and beautifully deco
ralcd for tho occasion. 'Iho ollkcrs of Iho ship
attended in full dress uniform, nnd everything
lroro n gala appearance. Tho Princess Liketiko
and tho Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, tho British Commis
sioner nnd Mrs. Wodchoti", Mrs. nnd Allot
Comly and many other friends wero present.
Cnpt. Gillls was nnablo to bo present but cavo his
cabin lo tho brldo and her linsbnnd. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hinman sailed In Iho Iehuavimt for Sin
Francisco calling nt Hllo on tho way.
The Board of Trustees of Iho " Veteran Homo
Association," Incorporated in California in April
of tho present jear, find which Is designed to pro
vide a "homo" for tho old mid disabled soldiers
and sailors on Iho I'nclflo Coast who took part in
tho war of Iho ltcbellion. Iho Moslem nnd pre
vious wars, havo sent copies of their "nppcnl" lo
Honolulu. It Is desired to obtain tho number
of ex-soldiers and sailors of tho Union living lu
tho Islands. Ihclr names, with tho nrms nf service,
regiment, etc., to which they belonged, nml to know
tho number disabled from slokness or wounds.
'Ihls request includes vcternns of nil Iho earlier
wars. NnmeH sent to 11, W. Initio. Honolulu, will
uo iorwnrueu to tlio Becrotary or tlio Association.
We congralnlalo tho Street Talker ofonrccn
lompornry on having risen from the Chlncso cook
shop lo tho verandah of n roBiwctablo hotel, but
tlioro Is an old proverb en Hum non anlmum umlaut,
tie., which may bo Interpreted, "they who trnvel
ehango their surround Ing, but not tholr natural"
thus this talker may Imvo moved from Iho accus
tomed back Blums to tlio hotel, but Is nil tho snmo
ready Willi misquotations, bits of souteuccs
removed from their coutoxt, etc. Ho Is perfectly
wclcomo to tsko a loaf out of this paper, and if ft
bo pleases hl.'i ho may " clvceso it ou tho quill " as
hondvisesliis editor lodo. Wo have no Idea as
to what this oKratlon may bo, hut perhaps wo
may learn. Al nil events tho talker may consider
himself safe from retaliation.
Many of tho Chlncso who nrrived hero by Iho
Jtftieria had tholr passaga money paid in Hong
l.ong by n firm who sent an agent or partner hero
lo collect the amount from tho passengers, Ihey
hnving agreed to pay It from their ndvnnco inonoy
as booij nstheywcrotngngcdtoworkonniiyplanla
tlon. It seems that somo of them when engaged
ppekoted theiradvanco nnd started lo loavo fortho
plantations for which Ihey wero shipped on tho
other islands. Lo Foo, thongoutwhonccompanicd
tlio passcngors from Hongkong lo collect iho
monev. had ono of theso mrdou. Ah Kin. nrmcir.i
Ho olnimod that Ah Sin owed 80 for his iwissago.
Ho said that hlsflrmpild Iho Chinamen tho money
nnd nl lowed them to purchnno their own tiokets.
After thoy left tho Station Ilrrano. Ah Hln grabbed
Lo I po by tho arm and dragged him intoaynrd and
struck hfin sovcrnl blows on tho head. Ho was
tried for assault and battery and sentenced to threo
months imprisonment nt hard labor.
At tho usual Wednesday evening prayer meet
ings it was announced that tho labors of Mr. At.
L. llallenbcck, tho co-lnboror with Aloody and
Sankoy, would commcuco on Thursday evening In
a union prayer mooting called of tho Foreign
Cliurchos in this city, hold at tho lecturo room of
Fort Street Clmroli and which was continued
again last evening. This ovnngnlist lays out tho
work very much nfter Air. Atooily's plans in
desiring Christians to bo awako ntul prepared for
tho divino blessing, which is nHsnred to thojo who
aro earnest in seeking it. This was shown in Ids
Scrlpturo lesson selected, Acts IV., nnd his
remarks thereon supported by other passages con
firming tho snmo. Tlio first meeting, though not
full in numbors, wns manifestly nn interesting
ono. AIniiy testified of their dosiro and willing
noss to witness for tho maBter and aid in this
good work by inviting all to attend tho proposed
meetings. Tho meeting lsst evening wns moro
fully attended in numbors nud the mmo earnest
interest provniled. To-morrow (Sunday) ovcu
ing Air. Hnllcnbock commenced his special Gos
pel Tcmpornnco labors in Fort Street Church
(which has undergone some internal changes to
meet his desira), in which ho will rclnto his own
cxperienco as ho has dono a dozen or moro times
to crowded housos in San Franoisco, which ho
cordially invites all persons to hear, especially
young inon. This will bo followed by similar
topics ovcry evening (except Saturdays) till fur
TiiF.schr. ririV7if,C.,ptain Whitney, sailed from
Hilo Aug. !1rd for San Francisco with a good cargo
of sugar and molasses from Papaikou, Waiakea
Mill Co., and Spcncor's Plantation. Thero wero
threo cabin passengers.
Tim Llkellke nrrived on tho morning of tho 4th
inst., bringing ns pnasongors tho Princess Itegcnt,
tho Govorness of Hawaii, Airs. 0. It. Bishop, Gov.
Domitiis, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn. All wero gl.idnlso,
to wclcomo President Jones of Punahou Collego,
Hilo peoplo expect to havo n great treat in list
ening to tho truly fino bund under diroction of their
most nblo leader Air. Berger, but woro disappointed
in tho band not bringing with them there now in
struments. Still, they aro delighted to hoar nmsla
from thu old ones, knowing that it will bo good any
A fine entertainment was given on Alonday ovon
ing August 1st, nt tho residence, of L. Sovornnco
Esq., by pupils of Punahou, in which Miss Cham
borlain. Miss Wotmoro, Aliss Lyman, AlissosC. and
A. Hitchcock. Howard Hitchcock, and Air. Lyman,
took part. Thero wero reading, recitations and
vocal and instrumental music. All tbo selections
wcro net! rendered. Tho recitation of Bogorand I.
by Howard Hitchcock, was particularly good bo
good that it seemed ns though tho dog Itoger, wns
actually present, nnd somo looked to seo him. Airs.
Hanford, tho xpuiar instructress of Alusia at Pu
nahou, received much applauso for hor linn boIoc
lions of vocal and instrumental music Hilo ban
not had so good a treat for soma time.
Latest from tho Lava Plow.
TE01I OUll HILO COnnESrONOENT.
Hilo, Angnst 4th, 1B81.
Editoq Satuiidav Pntss i AInunn Lon hns been
particularly actlvo this week. Wa hnvo not seen
nny flro issuing from it for months until this week;
thero was also much smoko. Wo knew at onco thnt
thoro would bo moro activity nt tho end. Yester
day it moved towards Waiakon at least half a mile,
so that It is not over threo-qunrters of ninilo from
Hilo, but as long ns it moves in tho direction that
it now is, pooplo in Hilo need feel no alarm. Sev
eral families havo moved ncioss tho Walluku river,
aud others Imvo engaged houses and rooms in an
ticipation of its destroying llllo. It .hns been
thought ndvisnblo to erect n largo building across)
tho Walluku to storo morchandlsa In, but as tho
counie of the lava has changed, I think it may not
bo dono. A road has been built to tho top of tho
third round hill whero wo can seo tho lava to good
advantage At night tho bcouo is particularly
grand and I may say, auful, Tbo rod flro of tho
lava from tho oracks can bo scon n long dlstanoo.
Tho bluo fire of gassos, tlio burning of trees, brush
aud grass, mako tho sight Buoh none that it Is hard
to describe. All who can come should como nt
ojire for II Is a sight so peculiar that ono may never
boo tho liko again. It may get to tho sea any day ,
or it may bo several days) it is Impossible to tell.
It bus ruunt loast ninilo during tho past work.
Thoso who naw it yesterday svy It ran like water,
nnd wns a grand sight. Tho Princess ltutb Keell
kolaul wont up to see it tho day before yestordny,
nud staid all night. A wnuon road was made In
one day to tlio front of a hill sho rode lu a covered
carriage pulled by men lu uniform. Sho threw
soma of tho best brand of brandy Into the lava,
thinking it would appease Pole, bat the natives
sooined to think it a shamo to waste such good
drink. Soiim think it tho lava comes Into tlio bay,
it will fill up and injuroit groatly, and may destroy
property near tho bay on the lorel lund nt the back
of it. it's hnrd to tell nt present what thu lava will
do. It will bo nluo months to-morrow since Iho
flow commenced. The llllo flow, about four mile
from here, is moving slowly, atpreseut) Hint Is, the
How that some have thought might roach llllo and
destroy uouiu portion of it. J, A. 11.
EXTBAOT rUOM A PUIVATI LK -A.
"The firt thins wo saw was a moan of molten
lava just exactly like the photographs. We followed
it round nnd Hun it liegau to bo. so vary
hot, nnd here and there you could see brlfcM
rod suetiks of red hot lava. Mr. O. said that
nt night tbo whole would have beea bright
red, The further round we rode, the hotter it
got, till It was liko bonding over an own fur-
uoco; juiv uoioro wo caws to wnere use v
was flowing, wo had to pass close roaad the
still horning brush wood, aud tho fuiuws were safo-.
eating Mid the ferns wero crackling atone to our
horses' feet. At last wo got to where it was) Just
beginning to fall over o small precipice, ju( Hka'SS
thu ono lu the photograph. Here we dismounted ausl j
stood by thu edge of it, when ike lava was por-i
inir over in red streams, carting and twisUvs a R
fall like a huge suakn. The beat was tenMe,'"
tiumahwe were staniMnxr 40 feet otTl It nearlv Lams,
our eyes out to look at It. The top onuS. of tM
Saw was of a erev eolor. bat Use red lava
from attder 11. We waited till It leashed ttovaMr
at tM Bottom) it ninae sueo au uueatttiiy roar
,-be- the boHiog lava fell tela the water. , The U
did notsistk. hut remained oa the.au nViae. Wa
ooali not stand the heat any Unmt so the' gnjito
took tu baek. The pfMstfee vm aboMJU Met
deep, aad the lava formed ami felt all tttf way
ocruN thu top (about IA twt) la ou hoar. "