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BY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 20th,
At in A.M.i AlKntrs Itnmu,
SMALL LOT OF FURNITURE
K. V. AIIAJIS, Aiicl'r.
Ujr Onlrr nml for nrct. of Wong I.con? k Co.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 24th,
AT IU O'CLOl K A. M.,
AT THEIR STORE ON NUUANU STREET
I will ncll lit Pnblle Auction without reserve,
on a Liberal I ledlt to the Trade.
Tholr Largo and Variod Stock,
Consisting of a foil line of
Chincao GoodB nnd Japanese Waro
Chln-ses Provisions, a large va kty,
Kane Uouds, Underwear,
J E WKLH Y ! .J K W EH V ! J K Wtil.Ill' !
Cases l'cnnnt Oil.
Case Fili in Oil,
Cases Oyster In Oil,
Ucnn Cake, Hico Cake, Lychccs nml Loongnns,
Ac. Ac Ac. Ac.
Sale of Lease !
IIY OHIiKIt OF HKXJ.VMI.V II. MACV,
Administrator of the Estate of Geo. W Jlaey, deceased,
I will offer at l'ubtlc Anctlun, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th,
At 1 J o'clock noon, on the premise.. In tho rear
of 1M Fort St., the unexpired lease,
having ten years to run,of
Thnt Ccrtnin l'lccc or I'nrcol of I.nnil,
With the buildings thereon, situated on Port Street
Honolulu, bclnz a ptrtnf the land known as liniin
withi.of anaroi of Wliy llsj feet, snbjcct to a yearly
rental of Twenty-fit a dollar per annum. There are two
dwelling houses upon this laud, with Kith House and
E. P. AIIAM9, Auct'r.
Ily Order af HENVAMIN H. MACV. Administrator, I
will sell at l'ubllc Auction, on
Saturday September lutli,
At 11 A. M. on the premises, 'Ji l'ort St.,
The Household Furnitnre and Effects:
Iledttead. HMdlna. Mosqnlto Net. bureaus,
Chairs, Mirrors, Wrltln:: Desk, Tables,
llooxs and JIaj.izlr.es. .Meat Safe,
Cook Stove, Ac. Ac. &:.
E.P. ADAMS, Ancfr.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
Or other part of the Islands,
CAS 1IAVK TIIEIP.
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Hj- application to Mr. K P. ADAMS. Queen Street, who
baa our Uescrlptlvo Catalogue with Prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF L W. HOPP
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Black Wnlnut Sideboards.
Black Walnut DinliiB Chain,
Onk t'anc Scat Dinins; Chain,
Cedar lledroom Sets,
E. p. IDIMS, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
v . AND
Invoices of New Goods
1 Just Itfcelted per "Ella," and
For Sale at Reduced Rates.
A SPECIALTY OF
CHOICE CALIFORNIA BUTTER
IV" Orders from tho other Islands filtbfally at.
Ue07f3m' E' P. AAM8. Honolulu.
T l IMPOMIBl TO MAY TOO Ml II .
ptsUe of Ibis Rood old standard Family Medlcln
11 cannot be too hlshly recommended, as It li truly a
Mrtrvcl ssl ike A'i and no houschcld should be
without It. It pterents as well as curca aklu III.
mmM. tisi. HhcsiuiialUiu, tirstvel and all Hli.
mrf tjlMsassM. AtrcctcU Ur, IlraiUehe.
NatsMSt. Mil. WlstU, lssdlKsrltoa, l'nallit.
tlais, rsr smej Ague, Nlelcaiiraa, Usui
Mile, t'osll Mrvalts, and ercy disease brought ou or
SSratated by a disordered, stomach,
"it polities the lllood, Cleantst the htomach and Dow.
els and Kites the whole system a Healthy and Dellshl.
(ui'tooc. There nster was a medlc'ne for the Nursery
etjaal to It, and being composed of Herbs only, It can
Im, gltn safely to Infauls. It Is a triumph In medicine
.harmless, jet efficacious. Intaloable luthe famlly,on
the lead, at ee, and everywhere,
for le by all UmnltU, and at teholsale by
- Mclean duos.
ftTORE ON QUKKA HTIlKfcT
O neii to W, O. Jrla A Co'a, iccently occupied by
W. PIKItCE A CO.
0WW Lint, JasltfCtlvcd,
BOLLKS A CO
pie romssT QUKSN.
VMS mtmUm t M UkssMISIsss.
Cf jak4 Saaar III Bswrcjs.
Dry Oranolsled Ssfar la
m isj uf
I SAN FRANCISCO.
s ll.. ff
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
of rar.;o l'ur l"ulht or I a-ii;e, rp:y to
JPtto I' iWF.YVEIt. ACO . Apents
J 'Oil S A N K J I A IN CISCO.
Till! NEW CLUTCH llAItKEXTINE,
fi&JW. H. DIMONDt.f
Jt: Hut ULKTT. Master. s.'-n-A.
Will have quick dispntch for above port.
IVrfMhtht orpasuRe, apply
H Wt (1 1I1WIN A Co., Agents,
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
uasusvr. u. ciioshmax &
llros . will dlsnatehn first class vessel from New
"i oik lo this l'ort nboul Nor 1st. l'artlrs deslrlnc lo
ship by thl line ilufet, win need to lurnard ord rs t'jr
the .Steamer of '"Jtk of Ancust. to assure room for tliefr
freleht CASTLK .t C'OOKi:.
Nil 3m Vi .ent In Honolulu.
CIIAS. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINEOF PACKETS
rrr Tin: tvti.i, hi:
TSfyV dispatched from lloiton for Honolulu on or
Tim 1st tiny of November next.
Pcisnus wishing to order pond shlpptdby this vessel
should mall orders on or before September '-Mil For
further particulars apply to
MM am C. lltlEWEUA CO.
August SI, I p m Circuit of Hawat
August 00. -I p m llllo
Heptember O.M'ra C lrcult of Hawaii
rcptcmber 1.1, I p m .' Illli.
September '., 4 p m Circuit of Hnuall
September 57, -1 1' m llllo
October 1, I p m Clicullor Hawaii
eo Jfts '(rlit for l'nnire Money, -sn
Wo positively decline to open accounts for Passages,
and we particularly call the attention of the traveling
public lo the nc-esslly nf having Hacgatc and Freight
plainly market!; the Steamer will not be responsible
for any nnmarked ilagpagc, or for freight or I'arccls,
unless llpcclilrl lor.
Freight Moaoy Duo on Demand.
In all cases nf freight for patties not responsible, or
unknown, tho freight money "111 be required In adtance
I'At'HAtJf.H orl.KllKllt.S nml t IM-S .tll'.S.
III! IM.AIM.Y MAKICIlll
For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated In the
receipt to whom they art consigned.
All demands for damage or loss must be made within
in no war liable for loa or accident to lite stock.
ft" HacK Urlrers, Hoys, and such like, will not bo
allowed on board tho Mcamcr on arrival, until after the
passengers have been landed.
MW WILDEtt .t CO.
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
tiii; mi-i,i:mii nii:amhiiii
CITY OF SYDNEY!
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or nbont Monday Aug. 28.
FOR SYdTeYVIA AUCKLAND 1
TIIK SIM'.M)II NTKAM.SIUI'
cin:v Ai.ir.it. co.ttJiAXDrit.
On or about Saturday, Sept. 3d,
For freight aud passage, apply to
(tDlru 11. ItACin'KI.D.t CO.,.ceuti.
OihhH lor .Shipment icr Ntcunicr omi now
beiNtorril, I'rrn l C'linrKe. In the I'lre-lirool
M'nrvlioiiac near flic Menmer Ulinrf.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will tall from llonolnln to llllo direct, and will call at
intermediate Torts on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board,
I 8.11 or A. PIIANK COOKE, Agent.
A. FilANK COOKE,
AGENT FOlt THE FOLLOWING COASTJHtS:
Wailolc, tf Mnlolo
Wnioll. jUja I.iHu,
Waiebn, nA7 "Walmnlu,
Gen. Siop;cl TSrr.-T Kalnna,
FLAG Ited with While Ball. Office-Comer of Qncen
tt aud Nuuanu Streets 1
PLANTERS' LINEF0R SAH FRANCISCO
fft C. Browor &. Co. Agonta. jjt
JSlScT Merchandise rcccheil Mornee rrec.3SL
and liberal cash adrancca made un shipments by this
V. UKKWEKA IU.
"o. 40 fort fttrcct,
Will attend to all orders Id the
CLOX, GUN & GENERAL REPAIR LINE
He trill eWc special attention to cleanlns, repair!:
and retruUtluc ttcw.nr2.Iacb,lnri.,and all oilier kinds
reguUtluc pcwinr Jiacnines1, anil an oilier kinus oi
Light Machinery and llctal r.oik of etiry description
Also, on hand and for rale cheap,
A Variety of Sewing Machines
duns, fltlula, Hliot, Allllullllllioil,
XVXachino Oil, Needles, &c, Sic, Ac
Pewlnt Machine TucVerfu Hinders, and all other catra
and dnplicatc parts of machines supplied on short no
lle. lien Machine Twlt.-ffu
Sett Aant in (Al Kingdom for
Tho Florcnco Sewing Machine, from SIO to $50.
White Hew Ins Machine, from 515 to J.s.
Home Uhuttle be Inn Machine, fiou 313 to $33.
1ST lncludlus; all cqtras. NJ ly
M0TI0E TO CREDITOBS.
riiJIK UXUKllSIOTUl) HAVING
j. ueriiuuiy appointeu.tununisiraior oi mo r.iiaiu
of Daniel Lyons, latoof Lahatna, Maui, deceased, notice
Is hereby Riren to all persons to present their claims
asraluat the estate of said Daniel Lyons, duly auihenll
cited, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise to him,
at Honolulu, within six months I mm the dale hereof or
they will lie fotetcr barred; aud all persons Indebted to
said estate are hereby rrnuestrd to mate Immediate
payment thereof. J. K. WILUUIt,
Administrator Estate of Daniel Lyous, deceased.
uatrti nonoimu. juitjj, iwi. st
Dry Pish Tor Sale,
m ahkivk vim m:iioo.i:ii iulins,
I dow dee fium the b'outb, In nuoutllles to suit, by
Si: vint at. iukcks of Ijand,
tarrluzlnslae front W to UU acres each.
41 Ct il.N OHEENWELUKona. Hawaii.
q"V() YOUNtS MKN, Oil A MAll
J. rled mau and his If e, and one single man, know
ing bow lo hsndlc cattle and make butter.
V (t II. N. OREENWELU Kona. Hawaii.
Notico to Creditors.
M they lute bvin appolntt-d Administrators of the
Estate of lbs Hon. Charles Coffin Harris. lntof llono
laln decstscd. All I nous havtnu any claims sgalntt
said ratata tthciber secnird by tnottgaga or olbciwlie,
ar notlnid t pmscut lbs same for payment to tba
undersleucd tslihln six months fmm this dale, or they
will bo fniever Uriel. I'.O JONKS.Jr,
llonolalu Julr 20, Ibal. W V. AI.J.EN,
41 tin F. M. HATCH.
rvroTioi: is iiiiUKUY oivkx
i (hat A, It. Haotberjr.of Kolos, lUusl. will act
for ru under fall power of atturney during mr aKscucc
from ihe Klnrdora, JOHN N. WltlOHT.
July 2Mb. IMl. 4a lm
Pr.KABAXT FUHNISUi;i HOOMB
to 1st. trllh or wllhoui board, at No. King St.
Also a limited number of day boarder taken.
4V UA In
V Kin., lorn ibv son. K. A. WILLIAMS, will att for
no in all tusllns of business under fall Power of At
torney, , O.K.WILLIAMS.
llpuolulo.Auguitl, 11. 4Jl!tUI
ARRIVAL OF THE CHESHIRE.
I? liSf KCTl't' IsfsY CALIi T1IJ2
attention of buyers to their
STOCK OF NEW GOODS
JINT iti.t:i vim.
Ex "Choshlro," "Zoo," "Kalo"
ami onu:u i. An: .uhuvai.n,
Whleh they ofTer In lotstnsnll, at the Lowest Market
Hates. WELL .sEI.ECTEII additions hate
been made to their lints of
Plantation Tools and Supplies,
(A Cne assortment of Locks by Hall from N V).
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
Jitackfmitfa, Carpenters, Cubln't Muktrs, Up.
itohtt'rrs, SfadtinUti, i,itlillcr.i tml
lhtrntin Maktrt, I'ninUr,
House Furnishing Goods,
SILVER PLATED WARE.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Lamp. Lantern". Carrlngi" Lamps,
I jmp fittings, Ickln, Chimneys, etc.
KEROSENE OIL, 100 TEST,
(0the lien Branih).
PAINTS, OIL. TURPENTINE. PUTTY,
VALENTINE'S celebrated Varnishes,
llrushes In every tarlcly and for nil purposes.
ONE SUPERIOR WOOD TURNING LATHE
Stocks nml Dies of latest Improved patterns,
Douglas. Stand and Suction Pumps,
liny and Fodder Cutlers, Empire Portable Forges,
Platform ond Connter l-ealcs,
bprln llalances, ." to Wi pounds,
Cut and Wrought Nails, Boat Nails, Tacks,
Horse and Mule Mioc,
"Globe" r.nd Pulnan Horse Nails,
Horse and Mule Hemes, Whlnicticcs,
Cnrlioll.ed anil Staiiilitnl Hose, !! and 4 ply,
Hose L'onpllnss, lloso Pipe, Lnwn Sprinklers,
"l'lilladefphH" and "President" Lawn Moncrs,
Ilrooms, Sicp ladders, I to U feet,
" Enreka" and " Unit erral" Clothes Wringers,
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs and Basins,
Hallor Pans, Saucepans, Vry Pans. Hat Traps,
Charcoal, blileld and Tailors' Irons, Sad Irons,
Tinned Iron Spoons and I'orks,
rilltcr Steel Spoons and Forks,
Champagne Cnrkscrtns, Colfec Mills,
lloaton Card and California Matches,
Toilet and Laundry Soap.
"0uc2n,""Crown," 'Palace," "Sideboard," "Zero"
.lennlncs" jnd Hygienic Water Filters and Coolers,
Ice Cream Freezers,
tiiiii.-, (Jim Nipples and Nipple Keys, Powder,
Shot and Caps,
Plows I Plows ! Plows !
All sizes made to Older, extra strong, by the .Molina
Plow Co., suitable for Sugar nml Itlcc Plantations,
Ornb Dreakers. llnston Clipper,
Paris Improved Steel Plows, Ollpin Sulkey Plows,
OX CHAINS, OX YOKES. OX BOWS,
Topsail Chains, Trace Chains, Swivels,
Fence Wire, llarbcd Wlrc(7'(i(nf ino; Cafranlirif),
(alvanlzedand Ulick Staples,
Fence Wire Stretchers,
Suporior Hemp Packing,
Jute and Cotton Twine, Bagging Tn Inc.
Shovels, Spades & Scoops,
Ettra quality, made to order.
Hoes "Crescent" llice. Cane and Garden,
Superfine S.tsh Cord,
Wire bash Cold, Sash Weights,
Blacksmiths' and Hand Bellows
Peter Wright's Ant lis, 100 to OK) pounds,
Vises Hand and Hcnch, Caulking Irons,
Carriage and Cart Axles am! Springs,
Tuyere Irons, Machine, Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Bolt Ends, Nuts and Washers,
Best English anil American Files, .
Cordage Manila and Sisal, from 1-2 in. up,
Leather Belting and Belt Lacings,
Pure Lubilcatlni: Oils and Compounds,
Lubricating Cup. of inon approved patterns,
irease, time, Ac., ic, Ac.
Tlio Bnin Wagon,
Tho Davis lion Wagon,
Hallidio'a Uarbed Wiro,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
Ilallidio's Patent Wiro IJopc,
, American Lnhricntors,
Averill's itixod Paints,
Albany Cylinder Oil,
Continental Oil and Transportation Co.,
California Wiro Works.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
KO M Fort Street, Honolulu.
HJNOLULU AND SA I :RANGISC0
PRINCIPAL OrriCES--No. 110 Snttcr
Stroot, Snn Francisco, anil bnaemont of
Hawaiian Hotel, Honolnlu.
THIS COMPANY WILL FORWABD
Packages and Baggage.
Advances Mndo on Consignments.
COLLECTIONS ami C03IMISSI0XS
OF ALL KINDS
General Express Business
Attended lo promptly In all parti of tho
A Hsuenger fill b) dispatched psr each. Mall
Stoaner, btcinntng nest Jane.
Etiixrliitai'Uitt for Ikt Hairaifan lifctiji,
3S Sm llarallan Hotel.
In Quantities to suit I'urchascrs
r FOR SALE BY
13 M Int EO. HOFFSCHLAEOEHA CO.
INVESTMENT & AGENCY CO.,
MOX1IY LOAilKIt OS riRNT'tXANN SJE
coillus, for lout or short periods. Apply to
W7 I- I1IIBEN. Mausser Wo tin.
Offlce, Oueen Kl.. overG.W. JlscfsrUusx Co. ill!
rOTICK IS 1IKUK1IY CSIVKN
JLi that all parlies found trcspastlug on the Alcnul
or other lands on Maul, nnnrdorleaird bythun4er-
signed, still be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
It T. K. CIA1IKE A CO.
COTTAGE TO LET !
IK MONTOOMKHY'S HOW, OVEll
bMITllh' llltllXlE. In loodiirdei.Ucotmoder
au, .Apply tuMK. LIS WIS, vuprculscs. 4t) t
ltcporl of tho Hoard nf HpftUh for tho IMtnd of
Oitlm, wcok Diullns AurusI PJtli, 1831, at 11 it.
Hmall-pox rases reported since last report..... 0
Cases prcvlonsty reported .....,, 7ft)
Total small-pox cases reported iM
Number of deaths since last report (I
Number previously reported SS!)
Total number of ilea Hi
risced In quarantine slnco last report , 0
Paced In qnarantlno since last report, at residence 0
Placed lu quarantine at last report 21
HeliMsed from quarantine, kokuas.
.. l'J SO
Total In quarantine this date 1
J. A. IlAMtxtign, Secretary.
All persons having bills nilnt tho Board of Health
aru hereby requested to present them without delay at
the ofilce of the Dcpnty Marshall.
Agent Board of Health.
Approved! II. A. P. Cjurrm,
President Hoard of Health,
llonolnln, Aug lMh, ISS1. ' tl
Salo or Loasn nrGovornmoiit Latuls,
ON THUUSDAV SEPTEMDEIt, Etii 1SSI nl the front
entrance of AL1IOLANI HALE at 13 o'clock noon, will
be sold nl I nbllc Auction, tho following Leases of
Government Lands! ify
t M' All that tract of land, slnated In Hie District of
Kan, Island of Hawaii, and known asKAALAIKI,
Terms. Lease SS years, upset price SiU per an
num, piynblc seml-iinhiially In adtance.
2 Jill A tinrtlen of the Government land kneun as
KUKUIOPAE. 1st and Suit In South Kous. Ila.
wall, containing l.V) 11-10 ncre. Terms. I.e.iso
ID years, upset price J.M per annum, pavnblc
nnnnally In advance.
nitll That tract of land, situated In Haun, Maul, and
known as WAIK1U. Term", Leaso lu jears,
unset price $'IJ per annuinn, payable annually
ITIIKKPUIII.situntedln Palolo Vally, Onhu, eon
mining lt( ncte. Tel Ins. Lease 11) years,
tipsit price S"3 per annum, payable semi-annually
a Til HOKUULA, n track of Gnternment land be
tween Walhco pasture nnd Knllallml, district of
Makanan, Island of Maul. Terms. Lease 10
jcnin. npsct price, U) per nullum, payablo
scinl-imnii'illy In advance'
0 Til KAMAKti, n tract of Iind situated between tho
lands of Haknlati and Uinniimn, district of llllo,
Hawaii. Terms. Lease 1.1 jears, upset price
J'JJ perniiuum, payable eeml-auunally In ad
(Also at same lime nnd place wilt be sold as follows i)
AIAU, situated In Knllhl-wacna, on the inntn road
and containing 10 13-100 acres. Upset price $10
Also at same time and plnco will be sold, FOUlt
BUILDING LOTS NoV SOI and SOS nnd lt and 187, on
King and Young Streets', Kalaokahua plains, Oaliu,
unset prlcj 5 IU) each lot
For surveys and other particulars on all of the above,
apply at this offlcc. II. A. P. CAHTEil,
4'J Minister of the Interior.
rillDAY, September 2nd, 1PS1, the anniversary of
the birth of Her Itojal Highness the Princess Urgent,
will be observed as a national holiday, and all Got cm
ment offices throughout the Ihe Kingdom will be closed,
H.A. P. CAHTEIt,
Minister of (be Interior.
Interior Office, Aug Oth I8l. FC3 M It
Licenses Expiring in August, 1881.
2 Geo Man, Nnnanii St., Honolulu
2 Ahfo, Nuutnu St.. "
2 Ah Soon, alknnc, Kofdaupoko, "
1 Chai. Long. Merchant St., "
4 W. 11. Place, Maunakea St., "
4 Wonc Wo, Nuuanu St., "
0 MoMnlirlnnn, Walniiae, "
12 John Leal. King St., "
13 A. Inscl, King St., "
IS Ah Sen, Kamollllll. "
IG Lull Pen. Kamollllll, "
ir. W. E. Poster, Fort til., "
19 II. March, Kapalama, King St., "
St Ahlnn. Nuuanu St., ' '
23 Sam Sing, llceln, Knolaupoku,
0 A. W. Pcirce A Co, Queen St., "
31 S. Magnln, Port M.,
1 I.eong Fat. Walluku,
2 (,. Ahsee, Kula.
2 tunng Pung, Hnmoknapoko,
3 Lum Chop, l'linakohau, Lahntun,
30 Ahulll, haupo, Haua,
1 Akl, Pnnalun, Kan
1 Ah Young & Apcn, Huwt, N. Kohala,
5 Chung bom. Knpaau. N. Kohala,
in u. Along, J'lpclkoo, llllo,
11 Apu A Aknl, Napoopoo, South Kona,
17 C Wo & Co, Kohala,
Id Amana, Ktikiilliucle, Hamakua,
20 W Dart. Ilonokaa. Hamakua,
SI Akini, PntiHcIa, Hamakua,
21 Awana, Walmea,
21 Aklni. Ilonopuco, North Kohala,
W W II Keen, llllo,
SO J Wight, llnl.uia. North Kohala,
31 Ano, Pala, Hamakua,
23 A W Tclrcc & Co, (Jneen St. Honolulu,
hi: TAIL N 11 uir.
21 II Bradley, corner King anil Vort Sts,
21 Jas S Lemon, Commercial Hotel,
2 Macfarlane A Co, Kaahumanu St,
2 (J has Long. Merchant St,
12 3 Lalkc. Fuunhna, llllo.
11 J. 1". Alull A A N Kepoikai, Kahulul, Mam,
2 Chung l'ul, Hanalcl, Konal,
2 Ah Sen, Kauahnliu, North Kohala,
3 Akao, Walluku,
I Wing Wo A Co, Nuuanu St, Honolulu,
7 Ahuna, Walluku.
'J Cbong Slug A Co. Unlaw a, North Kohala,
10 Sam Yu Kong A Co, Hotel SI, Honolulu,
12 Atal, llllo,
1(1 Hun Chong, Wnlmca, Kauai,
21 ham Sing, Heela,
2:1 Yco Sum, Punahon, llllo,
2j Leon Dejeau, Hotel St, Honolulu,
5 N Perry, Fish Market, Honolulu,
n (I W C Jones, Kan,
7 Sam Hook, North Kohala,
IS J K Sylva, Fish Market, Honolnlu,
10 Pomalkal, Walhee,
18 W. Bell, N. Kohala,
2.1 Ahlpa, Kau,
30 Jas Tolbert, Kona, Oahu.
Pluccs of Worship.
Seaxe.Vs BETiisiz-Itcv K O Damon, Chaplain, King
Street, near tho Sailor' Home. Preaching at II A t
Scats free. Sabbath School beforo tho morning seitlce,
Prayer meeting on Wednesday cvtnlugs nt 7Jo clock.
FnitT Urnr-BT Cnencii ltev W Frear, 1'attor. corner
of Fort and lleretanla streets. Preaching on Sundays
at It A u and 7)i r M. Sabbath School at 10 a k.
St Andrew's OATiixiHtAi English sertlccst Kt Hcv
tho Bishop of Honolulu and ltev Thos Blackburn, Ha
waiian services l ltev Alex Mackintosh, e.-'l. Holy
Communion; 9.30, Matins und Sermon (Hawaiian); II,
Matins, Litany and Sermon (English); 4, Etensong
(Hawaiian); i-T), Evensong and Hsrmon (English).
Ilymns (English), munitngi JW, 1W, U7j evening!
1L0. 1, It.
Human Catholic; Cmrncii- Under tho charge of lit
ltev Bishop Malgret, assisted by ltev Father Hermann;
Fort street, near lleretanla. Scrt Ices every Sunday at
10 a i and i I- H.
KAWAUiiAoCiicmcii llov II II Parker, Pastor, King
street, above the Palaco. Services In Hawaiian every
Sunday at it A . Sabbath School at IUa . Evening
services at 714 o'clock, alternating with Kaumakaplll.
nutria meetings in vjrious cuipeis at " r . i rsjvr
meeting every Wednesday at 7V4 r x.
Kaumakai-iu Cnrncii ltev JI Knaea. Paslnr, Here
tsnla street, near Nuusnii. Sertle cs In Hawaiian every
tfnnuay at ICli a m. Sabbath School at VH a M. ltn
Ing services at 7!i o'clock, alternating with Kawalahao
I'rayi r mcellug every Wednesday at VA r M.
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TI10S. (I. TIIIIU.M. Business Acnt.
notes or the"weck.
Tiic llojnl Hnwnilan Hand will Iki nlJ'r wel
comed liomu by tho ticopto of Honolulu.
Mn. iHstiy, proprietor anil mantfiorof tlio well
known Ininnn riicnmcr line, illcil reccnlly, nijcit
CC, nt bh rcslilcnco near lirHtcnlicnil.
Tiic Kltaura lloa on Iter down trip hut week
bronnbt a rery larRo nniuber of pasacnRcrs, both
forclRii nnd imtlvc, to tbo metropolli.
News bavIiiR corao by tbo UUllke that tbo lava
flow had ceased, n. nninber who tvero intending to
leavo hero for llllo last Tuesday havo liostponotl
JIosnAT tho Will, wai tho festival of Iho As
Eumpllon of Iho H. V. Tho Itomnn Cntliollo iwr
Hon of tho community attended tho ripcciiil
Berviccs In their cathedral.
Tub draflti ndrcrtUcd In last week's! rnrat na
lost wero found lo havo been nloton. A Chinaman
who look ono of them to IMiarfcr ct Co. was ar
rested nnd taken to tho Ktatlott houso.
Anovi: Iho roof of thontoroof E. O.Hall .t Son
li a neat wcalhcr vnno In tho shitpo of n glided
plow. Tho nrmi nro Iho fans and tho boam points
in Iho direction from which the wind comes.
The now Ico Works In courso of erection on
Mclcalf street, near tho corner of llcrotanla, Is
progressing very mtisfnolorlly, nnd cxpcctH lo test
tho apparatus by tho latter p.irt of noxt week.
lit volo of tho Mothcl churcti, lis regular morn
ing sorvlco for to-morrow will bo omitted fco no to
Join in union serviced nt tho l'ort Btroot church.
Tho Sunday .School will hold its regular services
The comer between tho I'ost-offlco nnd Whitney
it llobcrtson'B storo Bcems of Into to havo becoino
a receptnelo for filth. Tho 1. () sweepers might,
onco in u while, givo what our Trench friends caii
a toii tie latat In thnt direction.
TiiEnr. aro sundry complaints from Hawaii of
non-delivery or luisHciidlng lcttcm from llonoln
ln. Tho newly nppolntod rostmaBtor-CIeneral
went tip to Hllo, nnd proposes to mako a tour of
Inspection of iho various local offices, but It ncoms
to us thnt it might hat o been ns well to put tho
Central ofllco in full working order beforo leaving
Tin: members of our l'ollco Forco nro now being
drilled. Thoy Badly need It, nml It will bo a treat
to seo well drilled policemen on duly, Instead of
filouching individuals, crawling about, as Paddy
nays like Hies in n glno-pot, or propped up against
fences nnd Inmp-posfs. Great credit is duo to tho
Captain of Police, W. Tell, for this Btep in tho
IjAbt Tuesday our Police AIngistrnto was tnxed
nliuost beyond ondurinco. Ho did not loavo
tho bench until -1 r. jt., nnd for tho greater
part of tho day was not only Polico Justlco
but also interpreter. Sir. Wilcox having to nttend
tho term of conrt at Hawaii. It was rather rough on
Mr. Bicker ton; but wo nru glad lo seo that Mr. J.
Sheldon is now acting as interpreter in tho Polico
Court. It gives uuivorsal satisfaction.
The San Francisco lfnsays: At tho salo of
flno stock nt M. E. Albaugh's, 111 and 111 Cali
fornia street, recentljvtho old nuctioneor of Cali
fornia, S. C. Bowloy, ofllcinting, tho world ro
nowned thorougbred trotting stallion " Venture, "
was Bold for 1,145, to Mossrs. Jamos Dodd and
James CampbcIl,of Honolulu, who bought another
trotter for $300. Sovcral other horseB wero sold nt
privato Bale, prices private, together with Hovoral
buggies nml harness. "Vcnturo" will havo ono
of tho best homes in tho world nt Mr. Campboll'H
ranch, whero hu will spend tho balance of his days
in tho Btud.
Followiso are tho Polico Court proceedings for
tho past weok : Mrs. Porry, drunkenness, for
feited (i bail. 1'aapu, threatening life, found not
guilty nnd discharged. Wainui, Kalu nnd Knalna,
larceny of ducks, found not guilty. Ah Hlng, Ah
Neo, Ah Po nnd Ah Leong, opium in possession,
nolle pivsejui entered for tho threo first. Ah
Leong guilty and sentenced to two months' im
prisonment nt hard labor nnd a ilno of !p.r3. Kana
kanui, nssnult and battery, forfeited $10 bail.
Kanlnnui, w., drunkenuess, forfeited ?G bail. It.
S. Scrimgcour, driving without lights, forfeited
?10 ball. W. It. Castle, driving without lights,
lined ;5 nnd costs taxod at $1. Ahuna, as3ault
and battery on a Chinumau nt Kwn, found guilty
nnd Bonlcnced to threo days hard labor and a lino
of $15. Young Kai, opium in possession, found
guilty and sentenced to threo months' imprison
ment at hard labor nnd a fluo of if.10. Kiwalin,
drunkenness, forfeited $0 bail. Chas. Kuhiau and
Alex, lluchanan, drunkouness, each forfeited 0
bail. Edmoud, drunkouness, lined 5 nnd costs
$1. Kalamn, larceny, sentenced to ono year's im
prisonment at hard labor, fined $15, nnd oosts
taxed nt$l. Niiia, driving dray faster than n
walk, fined $5 and $11 costs. John Knhilahila, lc,
and Keahucna, w., adultery, tho man sentenced to
pay a fluo of $30 nnd costs $1, nnd tho woman to
pay a lino of $15 and costs $1. Kiwnhn, nssault
nnd battery on his wife, finoil $1G nnd costa taxed
at $1. Ah Fawn, larceny of drafts, not proven
nnd dischnrged. Civil Ciifcs. J. AV. Pnkiko s.
Chas. Cl.'.rk and Goo. llobcrtsou, damages douo to
express wagon, judgment for defendants. Appeal
noted to Intermediary Court. J. II. Wood vs. J.
W. F. Polter, assumpsit, Judgment for plaintiff
in tho snm of $15.50 and oosts $1.75. Jas. Woods
vs. Kclokimn, deserting bound service, ordered to
return to omnlover nnd nav costs S3. K. W.
Naoho vs. M. u. Corovia, notion for tort, judgment
for plaintiff in tho sum of $50 nnd costs $5. Apiwal
noted to Intermediary Court. A largo number of
ctses wero continued.
Tne Kalhcrlne Smitten from Port TownBcnd nnd
Iho Jtnmrio from Ban Francisco aro duo nt Ka
hulul. Trt brigantino Contuelo arrived nt Kahulul on
tho 8th Inst., sixteen days from Ban Francisco,
Bho brought twonly-throo passengers and a largo
amount of machinory for tho 11. O. Co. Bho will
sail for Honolulu from Kahnlui.
Wajluku, in addition to its Iiitorary Society es
tablished over n year ago, has reconlly formed a
Young Men's Mutual Improvement Bocicty with
a reai'ing room and gymnasium lor tho benefit of
its members. This is quite coinmoudablo.
The Walluku Lilorary Society mot nt tho par
sonago of tho Anglican church on Monday, August
iUh, and look up tho subject of tho ovenlug " Mark
Twain," with lively interest, Tho exercise.) wero
diversified by singing nnd a recitation by M. llig
pins. Mr. Grosser wo believe, is Provident and
Treasurer, and much good is done In Ha gather
ings, bout socially Ana instructively.
Tins llov. O. U. Grosser, wifo nnd children, to
gether with tho llov. Mr. Merrill and wife, loft for
it visit of rest nnd recuperation, to Honolulu, nnd
will Iki absent some weoks; in tho mean whllo the
residents will bo without pulnio worship, ooroo
Ihing unusual and almost unprecedented here,
l'erlmpa it will redound to our good, however In
making ns appreciate tho privileges of religion to
a greater degree. Wo hopo Mr. nnd Mrs. Grosser
will return quite rested and prefaced for their
work. Wo understand tho kcIiooI tins outgrown its
present quarters and a room Ins Ix-cn ndded ns a
furthor provision. Tho school will open on Mon
day the Mh of tteptember with a prob.tMe increase
Toe Jtoyal Hawaiian Hand left Hllo to-day,
(Aug. 11th). Hilo people have had a di-llghtfal
tliuo during the owk the band have been with
them. They have played looming and evening
each day. Their presence will long bo remembered
and nil who lovo inusla will ever ha thankful for
'tto much deaauro given them by the truly excel
Hiu) pooplo havo as a general thing a (Treat
deal of pleasure. TLelr church socUblea held
about overy mouth at tho hoaso of some member
of tho foreign church aro very enjoyable Tho
oue hfcU Tuesday evening, August oth, At tho
house of Jadgo F. H. Lyman, was inrtlcularly
pteaiktnl, being favurc-d with tho pro-cneo of tho
Princess llegcnt and other persons of nolo, and
fino iouslo by tho Hoyal Hawaiian Ilsnd under the
leadership of their able leader Prof, II. UeraM.
There was also somo fine vov.il UWmt, looal and
from Honolulu. Mrs. llanford favored tbo au
dience with fcomo fins RohM which wero well no
ikud and fully appreciated.
OOSPEIs TEMPKKANCE MEETINGS,
Now Bolnr: Conilnoterl by Mr. M. L, Hal
Icnbeclc In This City.
On Sunday oventng last, nccording to Annonncc
mcnl, Mr. "M, Ij. llnllenbeck related his personal
exporicneo In tho l'ort Btrcet Church, whleh was
thoroughly filled with nil classes lo hear as it
proved his sad story. A nervlco of pong from 7
to half-past 7 by tho choir nnd congregation pro
ceded, nftcr which Mr. llnllcnbeclt opened his
eervices wllh iho hymn " Coronallon." Tho Bcrlp
tuto lewon selected was tho HClh Psalm, ilr. W.
W, Hall then nang ns n nolo "Where h my wnn
dering lioy to-night?" with chorus by thochoirniid
congregation. Prayer followed. Tho ripoaker pre
faced tho narrativo of his cviorienca by remark
ing upon Iho deep shnmo mid hnmillntiou ho felt
nt having to tell of his own misery and disgrace)
but whllo ho was ashamed of himself, ho was not
ashamed of Christ who had redeemed him, nnd
who wan ready nnd willing to navo every ono who
would pnt their trust in him. Leaving his homo
on tho Hudson ho ntartcd life tn Now York City,
whero for n tlmo ho followed a Christian mother's
precepts, but through business nssoctnlcs was In
duced lo vlilt n club. Hero his first glass of liipior
was drunk. At n nubseipicnt visit lio waH made n
member, from which tlmo his downward career
was hastened till Ilia year 1871, when ho wail In
fluenced by tho "Crusaders" lo forego his evil
habits nnd companions. In order to b tonic from
tho scoffs nnd Jeers of associates ho removed lo
Chicago, whero for n timo lilt good resolutions
wero lualuL-ilurd; but having so fur depended on
his own strength, In mi util hour ho took ngain tho
fatal glass Hint brought him to the brink of it
drunkard's crave, niui but forthoper'tdslnntrlTorls
nf .Mr. Hanlcvniid tho noon meetings in 1'nrwell
Hall ho felt tunt ho must hat o died, for none but
tho victims of Mtnmg drink aw havo n faint con
ception of Iho misery nnd torturo ho had torudtiro.
Ho fell that ho was too vllo for God to stvo; that
ho had trampled under foot tho Hlblo nnd neglected
his opportunities, and that (hero vtnsuo hopo of
pardon for him, till tho last offer In tho book of
llovclation was read to him, viz.: " Whosoovor ttlll
may como nnd liko tho water of Ilfo freely." Then
nnd thero ho gnvo himself to Christ nml found
lcnco lo his roiiI, nnd from that hour tho npiietlto
for strong drink wan removed. Whoro It hail gono
ho did not know. Ho had mado n great mistake,
nnd many nro doing tho samo thing to-day. They
think thnt God will havo nothing to do with them;
but this is not no, for Ho who loved us nnd bought
us with tho precious blood of Christ stands ready
now to navo alt who will but neck him. After his
cnuverninn his first Impulse was towrlto homo nnd
tell n loving father and mother that their prayers
had been nuswertd, but tho reply thnt ho got from
his father wns that whllo ho wits rejoiced nt tho
prodigal's return, It camo too lata to glnddoii tho
sainted mother's heart, for sho had passed over
tho "dark river," and tho very last words sho Bald
were, " Contlnuo lo pray for Martin Luther." Oh 1
tho sorrow that filled his heart that it was too lato
to show her his repentnnco and bring her joy in
answer lo her prnyors, aud kneeling besido her
gravo in Greenwood Cemetery ho consecrated him
self to this work to tell this btory to help navo
Throughout Iho narration many appeals wero
mado to tho intomporato and young men to break
away from tho snares that nro drawing them
down to perdition, while parentfl woro encouraged
to continue faithful in prayer for Ihelr wandering
boys, Tho scrvico throughout was marked by im
prcssiveness, nnd much sympathy was manifest.
On Monday ovening tho church wns ngain well
filled lo hear Mr. Hnllenbcck's viows on "How
do Men llecoino Drunkards ?" Tho regular scr
vico opened with tho familiar hymn, "Jesus, lover
of my rjoul," followed by rending tho lCKld Psalm,
witli remarks on tho 3d, 1th and 5th verses, whoro
wo havo not only tho nssurancu of forgiveness, but
healing, ixdomption, crowning nnd satisfaction;
all that man on earth or niigols in hoavcu can ask.
A duet by Mrs. Simmons nml Miss H. K. Jndd,
"Must I go, nnd empty-handed?" with chorus by
choir and congregation, was well rendered nnd
Tho Rubjcct was then taken up nnd illustrated
by many anecdotes show ing that modora to drinkers
wero tho ones that went to swell tho army of
drunkards; not that thoy did so intentionally, for
many entered upon tho conroo with tho mistaken
idea of its maulinoss, hut in which thoy mado a
It has been said by oomo that there nro Chris
tian modcrato drinkers. Tills ho did not believe,
though ho doubted not thero wero thoso whoso
names wero entered on Iho church records whoso
influence wns on tho Bide of, modcrato drinking;
but God keeps a different Bet of books from what
nro kept on curth.and ho did not boliovo Hut Btich
mens names wontu do lounu written in mo
Lamb's Hook of Life. In iclatiug his cxpcricnco
in temparanco work in Goshon ho met n farmer
who had been n drinking man for thirty years who
said that "ono drop of alcohol will knock tho
Holy Ghost out of a man quicker than thunder
nnd lightning will knock n bumblo bcooff n mullcu
stalk." Now wo may laugh nt this, but there is
moro truth than poetry in it.
To modcrato drinkers ho would nay drink if you
will, drink if you ranst, but don't nay it is right or
that you havo no responsibility, for while Bomo
can maintain their moderation, others, liko him
self, mako it n failure. You nay ll is weak minded
news; havo it bo if you will, but it talce.s moro
nervo in any man to fight ngainst bad habits than
it does to contract them. You say then that this
is radicalism. Ho liked to bo bo, for to bo radical
means thoroughness, nnd ho liked lo bo out in this
Drunkards for tho most part oro victims of tho
custom of society. It is fashionablo in many
places to pass tho nodal pinna ; it become!) tho
custom ns yon meet on tho street or iu business to
Rtop in nml talco a drink, but oh! tho fearful retri
bution that is awaiting tho tempter and his viotim.
Ho met a man in ono of his visits to a Western
city, who in answer to expostulations iu tho depth
of his misery, said: "Drink's my curso. "Ah! my
friends, this is tho nad wail that comes to us from
out tho prison cell, ' Drink's my curso. ' From tho
Insano Asylum you hear Iho cry 'Drink's my
curso.' From tho hospitals tho name pitiful truth
comes, 'Drit.k'smy curso.' From tho bleeding
hearts of loving wives and innocent childrou
'Drink's my curso.' And it cornea tons red-hot
from tho w recks of manhood nil over tho hind,
' Drink's my curso. ' "
Tho upcaEcr mado earnest nppeals to nil intern
porato persons to breakaway lrom tho evils that
surround thorn, to shun tho palncos of sin uud
dous of iniquity that beset I hem on nil sides, nnd
look to that Bourco, even Christ Jesus, for strength
Tho Berviccs throughout wero very Interesting
nnd impressive, nnd the earnestness mid cloqucuco
of Mr. Ilnllonbcuk tccm to bo growing an ho
warms np to tho work, nnd wu trust ho will roalizo
tho f ruita of his labors.
On Tuesday ovening tho subject " How do men
beeoino drunkards" was takon un. preceded !v
reading n portion of thu -10th Psalm with remarks
upon its lessons, Tho speaker in illustrating his
subject maintained thnt wo must get Into sym
pathy with, tho intomporato and win their love,
nnn ns pooii ns wo can snow mem uy ruining our
selves in their plnco that wo lovu them we gain
their sympathy nnd win them from Ihoirovil
hablta for Christ. This was very forcibly illus
trated by anecdotes bearing on tho subject, tho
principal ono of which was tho casu of a Mr. Saw
yer who was reclaimed in Poughkeopsio, N, Y., by
tho sympathy andcaio of a lawyer in that city,
nnd has since been the blessed moans of saving
many souls. They may turn a doaf car to nil our
entreaties, may scoff nt our npponls and spurn our
eltorts, yet wo can roach them through tho throne
of grace. Hut we must have faith in God. Many
instances illustrative of answers lo prayors were
related and encouragement given to fathers nnd
mothers to oontluuo tlioir petitions to n throuo of
grace for tho salvation of wandering boys.
Wednosdny ovening tho Scripture lesson selected
was from the 5th of Mark, with remarks thereon,
nnd when tho subject of tho evening " What is
Gospul Temperance " was taken up. Mr. llnllcn
leck said ho could imagine tho change that c.tmu
over tho homo of the juor ilcinuuiao out of whom
tho Hivior had cast a legion of etll splrltriwhcu he
returned clothed and in his right miud. The evil
Milrlts wuro probably m worse than the Hum
devils thnt tako possession of some men in our
days. Tht change that camo over him wo oill
regeneration. Now Gospel Tempcratica Is becom
ing ho was going to my, popular, bit did not liko
tho term, ho would say universal, for it began in
prayer and will end iu thanksgiving, nml itiiM-do'l
tho effort to savo C0.UX) nouU that mutually go
down to a drunkard's grave, lie narrated his
experience with " Uosui Hooves," n wholesalo mer
chant of New York City, who from a mod&rato
drinker bad become such a tlavo to Ids npiietlto
that ho was nshnuicd to bo seen going to tho
saloons and kept his impplr always in ills cup.
board, and he could do nothing to stop hU down
ward course nnd check the dtclluo of his business,
though expostulated with nnd warned bynllhls
friends till he looked to God for help nnd mercy
not only to save hlrn from lntemicranco but from
all his sins. This U what is called Gotpol Temper
ance and it is tho only way of Miration. Numer
ous incident w ere given illustratlyo of this change
i lie caso of a young man in nan rrnnciscn wns
mentioned who Lad learned to drink in his father's
home, from which n thrilling siiowal was made tu
fathers against i lacing temptation beforo their
sons, that barricades as high ns henvan, or deep na
perdition, would not shield them from at the day
of Judgment, An tnoidntof the conversion of n
notorious gambler and liquor roller at Fort Wayn
was related, who, when ho made coafi louof
Christ ns his Savior testified that "He was nblo to
save to the uttermost." This was Gospel Temper,
auee ft wns being brought from death uuto life
through ChrUt Jswas Oar Lord. Men's efforts ere
of no avail. It la throagh the mighty power of
Cod. It was true iu tiU cro cam a ho bul beforo
The meeting was very fully attended awl Iru
nrewtive, and at it close a teathaoay iiWtii till
it o'clock was continued, in whleh a number teti
sImI of the pri,ouww of Christ. Tho frequency
of tho Moody and fiiakey by hum wills noltu,
dncU nnd chorus gtvo much variety, interest and
lifo lo tlicKO services.
On ThnrfdAv evening, Iho Scripture lesson read
wns, the Mrd eliantcr of Isaiah hut Iho subject for
tho ovening was selected from Proverbs. 13, lo: th"
way of tho lrringressors Is hard." Tho truth of
this verso was Illustrated by vnrlons nnrratites of
Iho speaker's experiences In his work with Mr.
Moody which was forcibly Applied nnd earnest np
jwals to those present to vr rlfy It by their own In
dividual oxticrlenees if it was not n hard way, nnd
netting harder nnd harder evety day. This was
Iho caso tho world over, nml yet men reject tho
offers of salvMloni In lndlnun, tho speaker met a
man with whom ho labored hard to neerpt Christ
ns his Savior, but who unecred nnd rejected 111m.
Hownuled to Ik) wived from his slaving nppolllo
but would havo nothing to do with Gospel Tern
pcrnnco, nnd tho evening boforo his leaving tho
place, tho man died with this tvnil on his lips
'Tho way of Iho transgressor is hard." "Ah I tlio
loss of n soul, what does It mean ? God will i not
(hat any ehonld perish nnd no sent Christ to dlo
lli.it IIo mlRht navo you. Wo treateivillans heller
Ihnti wo do tho Savior who though slighted still
calls you. You may play wllh forked lightening
but don't slight Iho oilers of salvation, 'I hero nro
nono but whnt mn lio saved for Hn says 'Whoso
ever will.' Christ Is tho renydy for sin whleh Is
God's offer for your safely. You may spurn it nnd
die, but whero will yon spend eternity 7 llavnyoil
over thought of it? Ohl bid thoBwIor welcome."
Thero wero those who makollghtof theso meetings
nnd tho sneaker, but hnlrnsted thero wero Ihono
who would tCBtlfy to nn Interest in Christ and eomo
but on tho Iird'H side.
TJie meeting then continual Into ono of loslU
mouy, liko Iho provious evening, lasting till hnlf
past D, iu which a largo uumlior desired lo "stand
up for.lr.8us," nnd Bought nu interest iu tho prayers
of God's people. Tho leader Invited christians to
go right to work iu tho nudlenco nnd n number of
ladles nnd gentlemen followed Mr. II, iu onklng
lo Ihoso who desired lo nervo Christ, while Iho
choir sang pof II v various inipreBsito hymns, milling
much to tho nolemnity of tho hour. Tho subject
nnuotuiccd for last ovening was " Faith."
Tho eorviees Inst ovening wero ngnln well nl
tended, nnd proved interesting nnd Impressive, Iho
npenkor ilhutrnting his subject of l'aith from Iho
5th chapter of Luke, ns nlso by nncodotcn nnd A
letter which wns road, bearing on tho subject. At
tho meeting which followed, n number testified to
nil interest iu Christ, wliilu others desired to bo
como Ills followers.
nnrron Batuhdat PnrBS It wero devoutly lo bo
wh.be d thai "n decided public sentiment wero
sufficiently developed in this plnco to Mernly con
demn Btich publications ns thnt rofened to."
That tho sentiment is dcvo!o)cd wo havo little
ovidonco no doubt It is felt, but it Is not shown.
I can BUggcst ono way In which ll might bo
shown j namely, by Bonding tho publisher lo
Which of ns would Bpenk lo n man who grossly
Insults any member of our own family ? Wo ought
to hnvo ns n community sufficient uprll t eoijm to
resent such a public outrage, ns if dono to ourselves.
Hut whllo renpectnblo men who hnvo expressed
their strong feeling of disgust at tho article al
luded to, will bo Been talking in n friendly way and
recognizing socially a man who sins ngnlust ilo
conoy, bo long It will bo felt Hint tho senso of dls
npprobntiou Is not ns deep ns it should. Tho
editor of tho Ath-erther hns committed nn outnigo
ngninst society; this community should punish
hlui by sending him to Coventry,
Editor SATunnxx Piicko : Sir : A fow months
slnco tho editor of Iho Attotrthir bo, far forgot
himself nnd his duty to his snbbcribern ns to ad
mit into tlio columns of snld pnper a department
hoaded" Street Talk, " which undor tho ruIbo of A
low blackguard ntraugor Bought to vent his dis
appointed npleen by bar room nnd other Blnng
epithets nnd obsceno insinuations ngninst promin
ent personages that nt tho tiiuo called forth n dn
clded protest, tho effect only, of which, was lo
mako tho Bald writer glory in nssnmlng to further
tho sales of tho papor. Hut with nil tho insulin
that havo been offered to various pontons lu this
community, thnt of last week benrs tho palm nnd
forces tho question from many voiced in this com
munity ns to how long nro wo lo.bo nauseated and
insulted iu this maunor. And considering this
question iu its sovoral hearings I am forced to ac
cept tho belief thnt it will contlnuo just nn long ns
tho editor is enaoumged by tho patronngo of n
forbearing community, who themselves nro to
blamo iu n groat mensuro for tho insults thoy
havo had served up to them from wook to wcok.
Porhnps if tho editor nnd proprietor can not ap
preciate whnt is proper to writo nnd admit into
tho columns of his pniier it is timo that nn out
raged community taught him. and iu it way that
will bo surely felt, viz: his pocket, for it is ovidout
that his other feelings nro gono forever.
Eniion Satitiidav PnKss : I boliovo thero in A
city ordinauco or Btatuto prescribing tho maximum
weight for n ono or two Iiorso dray load for tho
city ; but it must bo evident to ovory ono convcr.
Bant with tho great contrast In power of tho draft
animals now in uso horo, that what would bo a full
load tor ono, would not bo half n load for another.
Ono may seo almost any day, partlcnlnrly Iu tho
suburbs, horses and mules attached to drays nnd
carts overloaded, being beaten without mercy to
mnko them perform almost nnd sometimes, qnlto
Tho law regulating tho speed of drays in our
streets has proved n blessing lo tho animals draw
ing them, nnd milled much to tho safety of tlio
traveling public. Honolulu needs n "Itergh," to
Beo thnt justico In done bolsvccu certniu brntcs
with four legs nnd othorn of two iu command, who
nro nllowcd lo load and drlvo tho former with nH
llttlo Judgment ns would bo expected from animals
with four leg ,
EDiTort Satuiumt l'maw; Tho articlo which tvnu
published under tho head of "Street Tnlk, iu Iho
1'aclfle Commercial Atlrertteer of last Saturday,
seems to mo to surpass nil that has oven appeared
in tho wny of ribildry, personality, or Infection in
Honolulu journalism, Tho suggestions in thai ar
ticlo nro so hideous, unearthly and pliottl-llkr. that
few can load them without a Bhuduer. A decent
respect for tho memory of thu doad, ns well ns for
thu feelings of tho living, tJiould hnvo caused tho
editor of tho either liter to out off his right hand
beforo penning or publishing such ontragooua nnd
immoral articles. ,.
Eorron BATtmnAr Pants : Your brothor of thn
Gazelle " was nomowhnt surprised to hour Hint Mr.
W. M. Gibson had been appointed Tax Assessor
for tho city of Honolulu."
Whnt, pray I has nurprlsod him? Is not Mr.
Gibson n man of ns sound judgmout ns nnyono
over nssigncu to mat uuiy lor mis uisiriot, or in
fact nny other lu tho kingdom ? Is thero a man in
our community of larger expericnoo, observation,
general intelligence ? Is not'Mr. Gibson ruillkoly
to bo biased iu his judgment, liiiimrtlal iu valua
tion ns any of his predoccHsoro ? Is ho not as affa
ble iu his manner mi agreeable to meet as asses
nor (if ono in Honolulu is ever Again to meet
Much a personagu oulsldo of bU office,) as thn gen
tleman who has for many years iHirformed thnt
duty whllo Bitting in his olllce, or Attending his
ranch or other of .his multifarious olUolal du
ties? Your brotbor of tho Gaulle has many ro.idors
who would bo pleased lo boo a clinnifo in tho huick
Horshlp of Honolulu, nnd who would not feel such
nchnugo ns contemplate! by thn Minister of
Finance in tho nppointmoiit of Mr. Gibson to bo a
very ngrccnblo one. Had tils surprise boon
xprosscd nt somo othor npiiointmenU on the list
of assessors for this year, or past years, ho would
have had with him n number suQlciont for n largo
surprlso party. Fain 1'iat.
Out correspondent is possibly In the ironloal
vein, however wn publish bis communication as a
trlbulo lo Fair Play. lip.
HlM, August llth, 1881.
Dealt Km : Moro poaco Is felt at Hilo and Wal
nkoi, as durjnjj Jjillweekjhe JavAjios aot dono.
much, In fact ovory day it hns been doing leu, It
is not any further down the gulch than It was a
week ago. Theso lost two dtya wo havo watched
it nnd hare made the mnark to each other that
tho lava did not flow ns it used to do, was galling
thicker every day, and swelling up. Yesterday wo
watched all tho lava, morning nnd night, and tho
indications wre of a stop. Last night we saw all
Iho How and no livo lava was to be neon of any
Account i nnd last night no reflection fmm Mauua
Ion as It used to be in tho heavens, and it waa n
clear night. Wo saw tho top or Mnuna Ixt yes
terday wua clear and All wo could boo wan n little
tiny smoke. Tho day before, Capt, Craue, of the
schooner lltiletikulu,nno siwlho mountain wllh
hi glass and told us no light to be seen t bat when
ure two weeks ueioro tie iw plenty of light and
was I'Uyhig Hilo, now bo thinks thu flow is fin
ished. Tu day tin notion anywhere throughout
all the back flows In tho woods, uo aruike from
them. Wo fool relieved very much. All the folks)
irar utoamer Horn dUppouitd vet Heeuiiuul
pleased, and hope It hea stopped. Man's extremity
1 God's opwrtuuity. We havo built a goodihs.il
of stonewall. Ono pUoe wo pat up for a trial 4
fret high find 3 feet tblek, loot la front of the Uv
to give it I good test 1 well, it r.cvw toMsssxt Mm
lUmw to put It oat of IU place, bat wheu near fc
tho level of tho alone it actually row 7 feet abow
and did not ootae over.
Mr. (Milling U hero and tbo first thing aim) far
us atut wanted to see the atojiewalbj. lie U lo stay
with our frieod. Alt of tu are well. Tke folk
dame si: safe. I Impo by next week to aM any
that the lava Is Mill asleep, for If wo get on
aslesrp we will gt a (food number,
I am well, aud remain your-, 0. 0. K.
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