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has preejvaesea ,,, -urk ir anprdtiHi nf
material of tw,n kin It. in- i . .. II, M Utter and
ctaitt smllillnet. are beta delated It anl of bricks
In srrlrsla, triv i. V A ,r. from San l-'ranrlsco, tin
TMMli.r ln.t, WnnnM an mini nrro talned at
lw,ilS,uoBdsi.Bml dates to Iho fth Intl.
W tie Ml &nn eay lla-ma nf eh-nnsf in market ijaou
thin nf Island preslsie from what waa repotted tiy lait
iteamrr. A lirfe siamHer of re-aseila were tn the berth
fettMt pawl, mkI inty b rowln nVtm: ilarln the
nl k. Ttie ftwMvU li l bind from Ivnrinn rl St.
Mktlrte. , with another let nf iWtajrwe Immlgranti.
raw particeUr f which are ctwn cWswhere In out
rastamns, TV Castrlesi and llslnler, from the Snnnd
wtth lWi kaee rplenlrml thlt lino elf belldlnc
iWk wMeJi n stealers elm t Imi well ahead
lrfMtirra foe Ml week bare rr-n the JSfa ami W II
Wmsatsl fiw S PYncl.o, ty which ntet two million
pewrnls of urn bat bren ripuiied. besUl; rite, wool
iftlncoi'iiiiimwl rh tame of lke two cargoes
fiwlsfi I !'..'. 1
The com In,- wk w nh lit steamers n.t likelihood nf
arrtiali of leretal aalllnc tvsaela dae. r;ltet a proml-e
rf artitity vihlea we truil may pretsde til (linn and
Wiethe a nf trade.
Mr. n. I Adam will sell aeteral panels of Heal Es
tate, nndar fctrelo.are of Mortpr;e, tbli iljr, sltuatej
In MtBo Valley ami WaiXahaiela.
POUT OP HONOLULU.
Aug v-AmUk lUlnlfr. Walff. iljt from P Otmble
Mm Mnk.iili from Kmilaa
5t Mm I.Ik -Ilk. tram Hawaii and Mail
Plot C It lilahuii In m Kauai
Mb ba-iiki .!. from Itonokaa
Mh W alo I. fr 'm l'aahaa
Sth la ina. finm llapua
StAm bk 11 W .iiiijr Hwwin, li, ilj from
Sch I.n6. Itnin Knhala
?4-llrll bk Mirmik. Iiylor.1. :.isdj from Undcn,
via t Mi, had. KM it. j ii
ch Marian. fnm Kiikulhlf
Seh Marj I'.itrr. ttvm 1'nnalna
! Stb Jrnujr. from Nawlhwlll
ftl Katr. from Molokal
Mm .Mokolll, from Kimlan
IT Mm Kllaara lloo, fmm Kahilnl
Mm Lrhna, from liana ant! .Molokal
cb llalcakala, fruiu Ullo
Anj W Am bktn F.lla, Ilrown, for 5n VrantUco
'M Mm Inalanl, for Maalant. Knna and Kan
Mm MoVolll, for Krxilau
feh I.i-aht. ror Ilanau
Heh Wallfl. for Mallko
W tlrr bk Ilammonla. Wellrr. for China Coat
Mm I.lkrllkf. for Clrcnlt of llanali
Mm U It lll.h.iii. f.ir Clrcnll of Kaul
Sch Wlmaln. for Hanou
21 bch Kalokeaoull. for lloaokaa
5-Sth Waloll. for l'aauhan
Am bktno W 11 llimoud, llnmllftt. for S F
S4-vm bk Camdtn, swantoo, for 1'ort Townif nd
Anliod Ancnd.Am ich IIoMtU. Swift. ni ilaji
from ban Franrltcn,
Sallnd AnsSGlh, Am bctno Conintlo, Honard, for
8 an Fraud co.
Vcaaola lu Port.
Jlrlt bjtnt Sorprlf.
Am tark II W Aimr, Freeman
Urn bark SsnffoIU. llrford
Am bk Italnlrr. tValff
Veucla Erpoot nl nt Houoluln. from TornlRn
llrlt blp City of Itombar, Lowell, Olupoir, due O V
Macfarlanc A Co. Arrnta
llrlt bk Oberon. llarrrjr, Llrcrpool, due Sept S5-30.
T 11 Dirlet. Airent.
Drll bk Ulenciber, JlcOhre, I.lrerpool, Unc Sept 1-5,
J TMatrrhooae. Asent.
llaw bk loltnl, Uarrela, Urcmen, due. Oct. 2M0 Hack-
feld A Co.AEenlt
llrlt bk Ulfcn Oroie, Franrli, Nencaitle, dne
Wilder A Co. Acenla
Am bk Ferrla M Thumpron. Potter, New York, due Oct
10-15 Cattle Jt Cooke, Acent
Am bk Cejlon, Hallctt. llorion, due Oct WO C.
Ilrewer Jt Co. Amenta
Itoral Yacht Wanderer. Tahiti, due
llrlt ahlp lr Lancrlotte, (iliinit, loadlnc Julr 7.
II. W. Slacfarlane i Co. Agent.
An bk Carbarlen, Hopklna, New York, dne Oct 25-3),
Caatle i. Cooke. Actnla
Ocr bt Adonla. Hremen, to nil In JuIt, II. Hack-
feld A Co. Are nil
An bktne Kate budden. Date. Port DiacoTcrT for Ka-
llaw i?ch Kaluna, Klbllng, from crnlie, duo
A. F. Cooke, Agent
Am bktne Dtieorerj-, 1'errln.an, San Franclico, doc
:ept l-S. II. Ilackfeld A Co, Agenta
Am ch W 11 Mejer. Howe, San Franclaco, due icpu
J-5, O llr-wer A Co, Aeenti
Am bk Emerald, Lord, Prt Gamble, loadlnc dne
11. Ilackfeld A Co, Acenta
Brit bk Meiaria, ATerjr. Newcaitle, N. S. W., loadlns
July 13, Agent
Am ecb Claui Spreckcli, Coualm, Port Dlicoterr, for
Am bk Montana, .Departure Bay. due Sept 5-10
C. llrcwrr A Co. Areola
Am bt Martha Hideout. Wtckburs. Port Blakelr. due
Alien llobln.on. Agenta
Am bktne J. A FalklnburR. Hubbard. San Franclaco,
due .sept 1-3, fa.tle A Cooke. Acenta
Ara bjrtneWm. O. llwin. Tumer. Mu Franclaco. dne
P. M. b. . City of Sydnej. Dearborn, due Auj ea, H.
Hackleld A Co. Asenta '
P. M.S. S. Zralandla. I heraller. San Franclico, due
. . ."I" h " Hkf eld A Co. A;enta.
Am bktuo Monitor, Humboldt, for Mahukona
Am bk 1) C Morrar. lUrena, ban Franclaco, due Auc 15-
', F T Leneban A Co, Arjcnti
Am tfh Hoaario, awllt, ban Franclaco for Kahnlul, due
Tneateaiuet Jaa Maleetast Tlbblu A Soreneon'a
whrf ; where ahe la belnc thoroughly overhauled, bhe
will rourac Ler o.asl tr'pa to liauai on Tnuraday next.
Yeaterday afternoon at 5:20, the man at the outer
telegr.iph mtlon reported a larje Clipper ahlp. Thl
morning ,ot la not in alRhl; afiewaa probably bound
i Am hk JV-Almy nrrlred from San Eranclico
V Tn!Ir jnornlnr;. brfnslnr; a general ctrjo of mer
chandlae and bout 15 pu;engera. She docked at
Brewer A Co .wharf where A lanowdiacharirlng. She
will rtlarn to San Iranclaco on or about Saturday next,
.Jh." A.ra JV 'nlrr li at the foot of lortst., where
f n .dJBrsIi!a; a carro of lumber. She will return
to Ton Town.iJ about the middle of next week.
AT.ii'.MS CitT ofi,T'1J "IB be due herefrom
i$i??v8ilLn'x ta nu ,or ti" Fr"cl,co
The J A Palklnburz, W O Irwin. D O Murrar Dl-
JJ2K.HnVVilli ilr7." "!" " b ia ' Vran
,Vin- .h. i? Je ?.llt ?e1kk ',?0.?' "" f which will
hat? SvJnrV.?. i i AJ"1 ,h ' M b S. liailt from
ban Franclico. will be due next Saturday p. m.
The bktne. W II Dlmond aalled for San FrarrcliM
on Thurwlay Uat. with a full cargo and B paaiengeri!
Marino colli. Ion. London, Aug lat The airamer
Helloa, from hew Orlean., came In eoilUlon with the
Oerman bark Laikerat Antwerp, from San Franclaco.
The bark waa jonk.and the atma Ightly damaged.-rz
Tbo bure btrk It Mill be rem.mbere.1. brougCla caico
from ChlnxtotM, Port .few monthi ago. and thenS
loadofaugar to ban Franclaco.
uKflmni,?Rfr, vnP their retorda with the
lateat Improrcd flyeia. The bark D U Murrar arritnl
ffiiTAWi,U" '0m. ,"oolila. while o'nVund.
irSw iA,t.ik,iBbore ."''.'j kBowtt n o,Jn JT'
!n"JidaJ.P".b&U ,rWl0' 6lh MWII1I P...K.
imI .''h"?"?1 tlh UBS 6watara, martonch it
?VTko. T' ah" "r "om Vokohama to San
.J'h..,,"r br, Jal, -M Atery waa told atStdnee
KSr,,Jb'..SU? I,r"rt ttndfr "" "'h CVpufJ
ATerr her late uwner and romiiauder li aw li it.
iUf b u von ,n ,u Um bu Exc!.
Kilr'h "iifj7Aa nnd Beaumont arrived at
Kiiru.n, Ireland, fmn Norway on Julr tlat In .halt.
lkiJ Ut thirty f.et CDR.7 and I iaflS ''. to,
America, wher. L expect, toarrlt. Inflftyd.y-f'S
i''J''W,rt,,''n'emahlp tarrat Ea.lern will
JxofJ.rttlfor aale at public auction earlr In October
onleai pirtlon.ly dliio.tl of by prlrat"..le?-Kx ''
T?'.",'i1151S,"ln" lona) Star aalled from New Bed-
?L-JXZ ??0r UU rt- bb ' comrLaoded by J
Mill go up to the Arctic next icaaon. Alia. S. '.
a 7ibiV!t,abk ?llfflV, "nc Juljb! i, inlrrd at Vie.
li'J V AJ, l " O Vunay. hc"c July th
he?J.,!?t5.E'4".,K' Aat '"J ! th. aeibkCeder'
hence July luth, arrlttj at bia Frinclw Aug ard.
The Urlt bk Sutfalk, Capt. Btfurd. rrttl laat 1V..
S:MU5M " Lindoi ; " iflchaela. li
Jlaya. ode brmgi a number of PortnrueaS FanVlliii
lladlu 3U1 men. w, women, and tl5S,h Idrenti ul
. h, Uat preatnt In Ui atream at anchor, bit thi
,,MT -wwiKiBg vq umaj ,i, m.
t&Sb&fii HSU S
iU JttVS.rt'.VS' 'nl " f & . . "
trleicle t krt ahot. '0 w li.4, a
ktttt Capt Hyford, 7icikt Ttria
Mia irale iron, m pki gtoc. I
ciml r. Ill bLan.
VmIi.iv..i. .".... . " J ; -"r-
Fur Frantlaro, Mr W II Dlmond, Aurtt-avi
yro lu(t TowuMiul, pf Caiuilea. Aur UlH.ri..i,l
iSt2t,'0$..'r!i,"'i' wr ''''. An u-iiwx.
VUk.u4' ""''" '""'' '"'7l..w
Fro tfan rrancltui, inr I: Vf Altar. Au'A-L.wta
window a. tui tJta allnlJ, IIpl wiAi. w i,t
to,JUKbUaail.u U Waflcf. Iti i Mn ju,i,
iud Oilnbauw Co. t, ,4 sw-llTptnil p. I'J
lack 7na. nirhln'r sum I'ler-.t t . M rVs I
b t'- . ' I fi Irilhrr aiipiiA lloblnann
"i(i-. il l'Hm.t.l t . '.ill g ilr i- J 'I i
it- ( -k i.oiiiiw tipktcr'T. lllark lleyn"lI,
1' PI t"ttrco -inn" rlears. Klne ll'.r-' .t I n Nlrt-nn
g.. tit. thdir .1 sk .uti.f, r it .mlnna irM.hls I- i
nn-n lelnr A t o.llruwu. J W'alkrr. .') mnli-a. I'm '
I!' I wlr. J((njnkp Ul kitwin'i!. 3'k lnhnn.i 9
ll" tir. Wk firil. t b rloihlnf, ) bbU Mm. 'l
.k..l. ll V.i .rlfj. ;krnm lt blhj. s80 k
lira il riil IVt k- miln t i Milnotll firm.
For Port Townaend. per Kllkltat, An IS- Captain
Cutler, .Mr Trrjloin, J V Itrand, II Irmacher
l"r Port Towmend, per lluena Vlatn, Aiik 19 J It
For San Franclaco, per Klla. An atIt I.er, T
Kennrr, J tlla-eann. V Krannry. r Schauater, It II 0o.
bnrn, il J Monaey and I Chlheae
From Windward Porta, per l.lkellkn Anc lt-Il II
II Pilneeaa llPornt and 5 arrranla, II It ll I'rlneeaa
l.lktllkN (Inri-turra Krkanllke, llnv ,1 (I .Inmlnla, lion
J 51 Kapena. lion J K Hiiah. lion Knihelanl, Mla Hat
tie llltchenek. M llmwn. J Ciiahlnahani. K A Prlrre, A
S llanwell. K W Jordan, F. tl Hall. .Mr a V. O Hall, I tola
Stlrlln. W Krnned, ilr ,s' II KnirrtiMi. A I' Sander
eon,. I Noll and wife, J Keunrily. J .spralg, K II Hart
and ion, W f t'hurk. A Mmilann, H It Itoae and wife, I)
J Holt. ,1 Caatlr, T 11 Wnlker. t II flark, J Lneaa. II
WoilrtuMiae. V I. LanrrtKe. II It lllteheork and wife,
f Afent. ( hune l.nnc. Fit Oat, Mlaa Alrnnl, MM
Hamnn, lr 11 lllahnp, Mra C Atone. F tl Lnwrle,
II M Uhltnrv. T A Dmli.tt. I'olf l laokra. Pol J Until,
-Mra Judge MfCiilly, II .Moore, Mr I.T Whlleomb, P. 11
Thomaa. F Walrrhrnae, II llercer. II Holt, .Mlaa f t'.
He, Mlaa I. Lonrle. V, A Ilalley, II I'ornnell, I) Baldwin,
J C Allardyce, W II Ilanlela.
For San Franclaco. per W. II. Dlmnnd, Ang 9ft Mra
J II HMley ml 3 rlillilrrn, J tIThnmpann and wife, A
W Metlerloa, P K .Mctllnney, Ja llobertann.
From Port Toitnaend, per tlatnler, Auif SK-Mra Cut
From San Franclaco, per It W Altnr, AneBnl IS Y
Canatan, Mra A A Canatan, Mra J Ifoyer, Alra J How
ard. Mra J Flnnerty, F.ctwln Browne, tleo Y Stevena,
WjKllefnnl. Frank Hall. A Kltrrtnn. It Wray. J Fin
nerty, J Micron. Mrt I, Sheron, M Taylor, A P Olaou, J
Pntrly.J It Black, tl Datta
Fmm St Mlehatla, per Sdffolk, Anr. av ITS Imml
InthlacltT, on theZlnl Imt.. to the wife of Capt. W
tlodfray. a daughter
UAXIKLS-In thl city, on the Slat Inat.Mn. John
PtML, a natltenf the Mate of New York, aged about
M ytara. llecraaed lrarca a wife and daughter In San
Franclaco to mourn M loaa.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Publlihed for the Sati'hiiat Piua AsonaTinx by
Book, Job and (leneral Printer,
Honolulu, II. I.
The STtmuY Pnxaa cannot undertake to return
eomntnnlcitlona, accepted or rejected, and wn hue to
reqneit corrripnndent' tit apne nil their trim nainca and
addrcaaea, not nrceaaarlly for pnhllcatlrn, if en dr
alreil, hnt aa a guarantee of tho good faith of tho w rltcr.
Kn. SaionDAT Pnrae
Thf. present initio of tlio Satoiiday l'ltp.ss
complotcs the. drat year of publication, ntul
torminiitci for the present our yenr of editorial
rcpoimibility. Mr. Tho. 0. Tlirum, ltusincaH
Acenl for tho Prtiiss, biicccciIs to tho mnnago
nicnt of tlio journal : wo doubt not that umlor
his caro it will continuo to pnspor, ntul wo
can asttiro tho new incumbent of our support
on tho lines of policy which "tho I'liuss has
The present number complete) tlio first
twelve month's isstio of tho Saturday Punas
nnd will bo thcreforo the last of tho eerics.
At the timo when wo commenced, thoro wns
n very uneasy feeling abroad as to tho current
publio nlTairs wero driflini; into; Ministerial
iippointmcnts had been niado utterly repugnant
to every principle of common sense, nnd re
sented accordingly by universal opinion. Then
camo tho n.itural consequences, tho demand
for tho recall of the thrco Keprescntatives.
Moreno's Foreign Mission with no ono know
what powers, Ambassadorial or othor. Tho
despatch of a member of tho Houso of Ke
presentatives and two youths in tho chargo of
Morpno to bo "educated abroad." Unac
countable dismissals of Ministers and Privy
Councillors; leading up to a demand on tho
Treasury for tho purposo of meeting poBsiblo
riots, a general fteling ol distrust nnd un
casincsB prevailed. Happily this was rectified
and conGdenco being ro-eatabhihed, matters
returned to their normal condition.
Xow camo down a vessel, tho Australia,
from San Franciso, which landed a passenger
here who was Buffering from smnll-poz, for
tunately this was mado known, tho caso was
isolated and attended to, tho patient re
covered, and no further caso occurred trnccablo
to this ono. Wholesalo vaccination was ut onco
resorted to. Early in December tho Ho Chung
brought -180 Chinamen, soon afterwards tho
Cuisundra 016, tho Qm'nfa 510; tho next month
tho Jie Foo 700, Stptimti 500 to 000. Tho im
portation of Chinamen and small-pox went
hand in hand until early in March it was es
timated that tho number of Chinamen in tho
Kingdom ccjuullod that of adult males of all
other nationalities together. By tho end of
March, 148 deaths by small-pox had been re
ported, nnd thero wero then 814 persons in
quarantine In Iho first week in April thero
wero 1,170 in quarantino and 28 deaths from
tho 2d to tho IGth of that month. Thcnco for
ward the plague decreased. By May 25th tho
schools, theatres, etc., wero opened, and tho
small-pox records each week showed lower
figures. The Ilesperia with 700 moro Chinese
arrived on July 13th, but brought no disease
By the early part of August Bmall-pox was
practically extinct. Total cases 780, deaths
On November 5th a great outbreak of lava
occurred on tho slopo of Mauna Loa, and for
several months Mowed sluggishly along, until
in July tho town ofHilo and tho mill nt Waia-
kea woro btriotisly threatened; providentially,
at almost tho last moment tho flow apparently
ceased, and wo hopo now that o wry tiling is
His Majesty went on a tour through tho
Kingdom in December and January and was
everywhere loyally received and joyfully wel
comed. On tho I7lh of January tho King
ailI on tho City of Sythity for a tour round
tho world. Slnco his departure wo huvo re
ceived nono but eminently satisfactory news
from the Uoyal parly; Ills Majesty having
been received with tho greatest distinction uiid
respect wherever ho wcut, and leavlug behind
hiui tho most favorable impressions of rcgul
and courteous manner and boating.
Thostteuiptcd ussissluatiuiiof tho President
of the United States during tho period culled
cjfltb.tho warmest sympathy for his friends and
countrymen and the keenest expressions of de
testation of tho crime from all purts of the vorldi
To turn homo again wo liavu to notice
ft formidable increase Iti the list of crimes of
Violence, several murders of u peculiarly bru
tal uature wero committed, ami sundry occur
rences show that tho carrying of concealed
Ore aims Is on tho incruaso amongst us, If not
among residents, jet among tho crowd of
strangers to Im found In this town iiow.a-doys.
Mcuuwhilo in spita of the necessary quaran
tine rcttricttou which seriously bumpered
business for several months our trado lias goue
Having thus rapidly gone through tho prin
cipal uvonts of the past twelve tuontbi, wo
will say a word as to tho future.
Tho Kins may bo expected homo In tho Ut
ter putt of October. Tlio Chief Justiceship
and other Important ikj.U have to bo fllltd,
Tim jirspanalou lor Iho elections, the elections
tucwaches, the scsslou of the Legislature, will
rrtulor thn next twelve mouth a very impor
l.uit period In our history. During tint r-xmt-cif
of Iho p ipor wo hnvo endeavored tint mil y
tu "shoot follv ns It lHc,' but to chrnniclo
fnithrully, oventa ns thry occurred. Tn our
ruitders, fareurll I to our imicci'iikoih, alulm t
Tin? reports of tho continued nntlfnctory
progress of President Outfield towards ro
covery como tip to Iho evening of August Mil,
Tho hypodermic Injections of morphia hnvo
liecti, by degrees, reduced lit quantity until nl
togothor dispensed with ; ho takes solid fond
without iticonvcntoiico nnd rests quietly ami
Tun appointment to tho vacant Assessor
ship for tho district of Konn, Oahu, has
been bestowed on thn Hon. 1, 1',. Hush,. imt wo
tiro Inclined to think tho cholco it good ono.
Mr. Hush tltd nut succeed as Mliilritor of Iho
Interior, very much tlio rovorsn, but in n
minor post ho may do very well, ltnllovcd
from tho pre.Miiro nnd Importunities of
scheming ndvciituturri and confined com
paratively to tho routine of office, his nhllltirtt
limy ho nmdo tisofnl. Wo, at nil uvruts, nlmll
bo glnd to henr of his sucrrss. It is nt nil
uvonts, a poor matter to Imperil tho oxlstcucu
of n Ministry.
Tun nowsfrom llilo isof an eminently satin
fnctory nature Tho Kllntie.t crater is reported
ns unusually nctlvo, but the How from thn out
break of November Cth Is nt a standstill nnd
cooling; no longer can tho moving red mass bo
scon through cracks, tin longer docs tho heavy
urnoko nloudu by tiny, or tho crimson ghtio by
night ovorlmng tho sntitco of tho How. Indeed,
tho tubo or tunnel which wo mentioned Inst
weok has fallen in like ico whon tho water i i
withdrawn from under it, thin not only inter
posing n series of obstacles, iitntcntl of offer
ing a non-conducting covered way, but open
ing numorotis side outlets, such as Mr. Stirling
proposed to open by blasting. Happily wo
boliovo that not a singlo lifo Ima been lost, mid
that little, valunblo proporty hns been de
stroyed. It is early yet to speculate on tho
possible effect tho destruction of forests on tho
slopo of tho mountniii may havo on tho rain
fall of tho district. Wo hopo that this tro
inoudoiis effort of nature may havo exhausted
itsolf, nnd that tho good pooplo of Jlilo may
unpack their trunks, nnd tho planters and
mill owners of tho neighborhood may tnko to
thoir work again with lightened hearts ; that
llilo may still bo Hilo, one of thu most lovely
and attractive spots on theso Islands, and that
nover again may tho great mountain send forth
its destructive contents in such ti continuous
and menacing mannor.
r. havo scon a very interesting account of
tho proceedings of tho King and suito to
Tho nows of tho death of tho lato Ohiof
Justico was received by telegram in Loudon,
and will tend to hasten His Majesty's return.
A long conversation on tho subject of im
migration from British India was held with
tho Undor Secretary for India Sir Louis Mai
lot, who talked tho matter over freoly and ex
pressed an opinion that tho Kuglish Govern
ment would bo willing to enter into a conven
tion with tho Hawaiian, whonovor tho lattor
may pass laws for tho protection of such im
migrants as may satisfy tlio former, but tho
laws must provido for nn English "Protector"
as is tho enso in othor countries.
Ills Majesty intended to loavo Kngland on
tho 1st of September, but thero was no auit
ablo accommodation availablo till tho 13th.
Mr. Armstrong sails on tho 1st, and will visit
Washington, etc. His Majesty proposes to
visit Paris, Germany, Austria, llolginin, Hol
land, Franco and Portugal, returning to Paris,
and thcnco if possible, to England for a fow
days ; lio hopes to visit Scotland and Ireland,
embarking at Quccnstown on the Hth of Sep
tember for Xow York, nftor a day or two
there, will visit Hamilton and somo other
points of intorcst on his way to San Francisco.
Major Macfarlnno will accompany tho King
on his continental tttitl homeward journoy.
Tho King was constantly and cordially ro
ceived by Queen Victoria, tho Princo of Wales,
tho nobility, and all woro impressed with his
admirable satoirfuir uud geuoral manner and
conversation. At tho Mansion Houso dinnor
His Majesty was seated on tho left of tho Lord
Mayor and the Princo of Wales on tho right.
Ktiquettoon theso occasions is usually strictly
adhered to,ond it was docrced that tho Prinoo
was to loavo tho banquet hall first nnd tho King
ten minutes later; but tho Prince with thatox
quisito tact to which ho owes so much of his
popularity offored tho "pas" to His Majesty,
and thon to sottlo tho quostion took tho Kiiig'd
arm, accompanied him down tho stairway, saw
him into tho royal carriago placed at his dis
posal, and saw it movo off boforo entering his
own. On the I7tlt tho King visited Sir Thos.
Brassoy at his mansion near Hastings, and
on tho next day tho municipal authorities of
that town entertained His Majesty at lunch
and presented an address of wolcomo. Tho
King proposed to cross tho channel at once,
but postponed his dopartttro at tho express do
Biro of tho Princo of Wales. During tho stay
of tho Jtoyal party in London thev woro over
whelmed with invitations, tho majority of
which, wero of necessity, declined. Howover,
tho King saw moro in the time thon perhaps
any other travelor, Koyal or othor, before him.
Tho groat vlow at Windsor where o'vor 02,
000 volunteers collected from the farthest
corners ol tho Kingdom at incredibly short
nutteo, marched past, was a sight nevor beforo
witnessed in Englaud; not a regular, or oven
a militia man umongst them, and must of it
self havo bocit a sight worth tho journoy.
Dutlng this wholo timo ills Mujcsty guined Iho
warmest regard from overy ono with whom ho
came in contact.
Alderman MoAilhur, tho Lord Mayor of
Loudon was In Honolulu fur u fow hours on
his way homo from tho Colonies a shurt timo
A. A. Montino ha returned from Hilo with a
lino collection of photographs, eiubrnclos tlio lara
Vl'.f' lus lolcjuiu nnd rursl scenery sboot
llilo. 'i ht-sc, toRnthcr wltU Mru.it Mr, Dickson w
cartHt a fuw steles ngo will nmUo a very complete
assortment for th.o Ucairing to refresh llii-lr
UHimory vdlu faithful tikviiutMs of what thoy havo
seen, iu otliirs IciM fortuuato, Iho pictures will
KlTU boiiim Idea of tho Kranduro of thono phe
nomenal scent's, which may not bo renewed for
many yoars, If ever nuaiu.
A mvuuxu of little two ruomed cottages hato
been built on tho foot of Puuchuowl, on tho
mauka aldo of Punchliowl street. Of those onuU
already InliabittU and tu others nearly ready.
Wodouot outialtler this to bo a very Ut-slrablo
locality a tbo Punchbowl Iwtilnil tint only hinders
tbo full benefit of tho trrulu wind but afwiorb so
much heat dnrlu tho af lornooua which lliri.es
off duriuu tho tiiuht, that day or night it inu.t bo
a tery hut situation. What aaulury arrsuuemvnta
hmu Imh-h provided wo oaimot aay.
Tub fifty Ut-i)ers who twtltloaed for tbo
iluiii, of a road from Ktuau street tu IServtanlu
are on n fair way to have their with. A Jury con
sitting of Messrs. Fred. Macfatlane, A. Itnsn,
Henry Watctliouso, K. It. Hendry, I'oojaw and W,
liueklo, visvied the lino of pniitd road on Wed
nesday last and rejuirud farorahly as to its open,
tun, oonwwaeutly way ipct to kavs an
ntouuo IwufuiK to tlio evmatory, and tho lots ro
ccotljr sold thorn by the Goitiriuueat as auwi as
way U) ttxuuX praeUeaUs.
Our l'rlnrcss Itcgcnl.
Royal Unmblcs, Who Worth nnd Qny Onth
criiiRs. I'tintlnnliiRonr nccimnlof tltntonrof the Prin
cess ltrget.t and Jtarty, wo havn to statu that from
llilo thoy imbiirkt'd on Ilia IMrtllt, nnd sailed In
lltxikeun, Kennliou nod Mnliukoun, nt nil of which
thoy Iniiued nnd were heartily recoltcd. After n
brief rust Her ltoynl ll!p,hnrs went to tho Knlo
plhl market where thn siibjolnrd midterm wns rend
tiy her lioforo nn assembly of boiiio 1,MJ0 jieojilo on
Mr (toon I'mr-Ntisor Koiiauvi My heart swells
with ptfnniirnnt this nieoliiiKI auiHiilslseuliniired
by thn ntlilenciii I sen about mo of jour thrift and
Industry lu cultivating thn Hull, and conterllni;
what wan formerly a Imrreii waste, lulu it fruitful
It must bo a rmtirm of sntlsfnctlou to you to ro
turiiiber that, when Ills Majesty Iho King wasroii
teinplatfiiu llin joutney nriiund thn world, mum
uhlch lie li now ciiHnReili ho first niftdn n vuit to
your iH-oploof Knhnlai Yon ruelveil him with n
hearty welcome, and with overy manifestation of
loyalty, due from tho people In their Kluif.
On Ills Majesty's ilcparluro for foreign lands,
thero diitolved uiiou mo the Horloim nod weighty
rharce, (enpeclnllT for a woman) of roiiductiiiuthn
KhiRri Government) nnd t have much tlrsinil to
meet thn iieojite, nndtiilkwith llieiu, Hut untiirtu
imlely 1 hnvo Ixtii pinvented from doing no, on no
eountof llin prnvnlcneo lu Honolulu of tho pestl
li'iiee, tho niiiiiII-imii. It Hocuis that this drendfiil
illsensu has recmtly prniniled to a u,rtnt oxleiil, In
many jmrlsof tho world, and onlug to our eoni
larrclal relations, wo eonld tint etMet In twrapn
from this Inllletlon Mhlcli tho Aliuluhty seeslU to
bring Unm iiinnlilml. TholeliulhyomlmrKovliloli
It was iii'eessitry to put tiut travel to unit from tho
nielroiiolls, was not only very leintlons, but In
jurious, to husim-HM interests! jet wo nil know it
whs iierossarv for tlio safety of thn iintites. Wo
have grout causa to eonitrntiihiln ourselves on thn
result) tlio rales of thn Hoard of Health haling
been Htrlelly observed, thu other islands havo
(sonicil thisdroadful iiestileucn.
I ntn lery ujail to bo nlilo to sny to you now, (hat
thero Is overy reason to liuliuve that this dreiid ills,
eitno Iuih nt Iciiuth disapiH-nred from our midst.
it Is with pleasure that I nm able to Inform Jim
that during His Blnjcstj-'s Journey nliroacl, I havo
been lu constant receipt of lettern from him In
which ho freipiKilly Ptenkn of tho pleasant niul
prineely receptions hu overy-whero meets from
Kings and Gotcrniucuts, niitlnlso of his own con
tinued good health.
I nm nlsohapjiy (o say to j-ou, sugar growers nnd
people of Kohmn, that I um assiirtnl His Majesty
has uned overy, exertion with a viow to inoeiiriiig
nn immlftratioiiuf laborerH nnd NuttlerH.of n cog
nato race with rJur tiwn iooilo.
I tniHt that Ills journey of our King around tho
world, will resin in good to our country; not only
in tho Inereasei! knowledgo which wu shall havo
obtained in tho, science of government, but also,
the status of our Kingdom, which v. I II follow Ukui
our KIiik'a vistLto, ntul reception by, thu crowned
heads nnd pritces of tho Icadhm governments of
In concluding theso brief remarks, my friends,
let mo hoy, tlui wu should all lift our hearts in
prayor tol leiivfn, from whence comes tho ability
and tho knowl.'dge to control tho great govern
ments of tho lorld, in wisdom, and in prudence
Tho party sient aundaj-, tho llth instant, in Jla
kapala, whcrunativechiofH nnd others Joined tho
party. Amoiif thoso who gathered to pny thcirro
spectB woro Julgo Hnrt, Dr. Wight, Messrs. Fildor,
Jtrodie and lblmes. At Maim on tho following
daj n cordial irccption wns extended to tho Jtoyal
tourists by Mrt and Mrs. Sam Parker. Tho rocep
tiuu on Tuesl.iy at Hntnakua wns most heartt-,
nniquo and inprcssing. A triumphal arch bcar
itiK tho word "Wolcomo" was erected, and a naluto
of tweiitj--onognns wn's fired, tho battery used bo
ing ono of blaksmltli's anvils.
Tho ocensiorj wns observed ns a gonoral holiday
throughout tlisj district. Judgo JHau read nnativo
nddress of weborao, nnd Mr. Mnrsdon rend ono in
English. On Is conclusion tho procession, which
had halted nt riionrch, wns reformed mid proceedid
to tho resldenjo of Mr. Sam Parker nt I'anuhau,
boiug headed ly men bearing tho emblems of An
cient Hawniiai ltoyolty, eight torches and Pulou
lon. Tho imleracncy of tho weather proved n
drawback to tlo festivities of tho evening, ncor
tholess thoy wero thoroughly enjoyed in nn im
mense finri ertcted for tho occasion, nnd dancing
was indulged jn for nearly threo hours. On tho
following morring, tho Princess road tho subjoined
nddress in boti native and Ihiglish, her audience
being largo, and many foreigners boing present :
FiitENDs: Ihm very much pleased, not only in
meeting and reoing so many of yon here to-day,
but nm highly gratified nt tho wnrmth of fooling
displayed by tho good iieoplo of Ilainakua towards
mj-telf and ray sister, nlsotothoGovornossKekau
liko, and my suite, on our entry iu this district ns
also in our reception to-day. I dceplv appreciate
this feelinucf loyalty which has metnie evory
wburo on this island.
On this my first official visit to your island, I
hove observed with regret the ravages tho lava tlow
is making in Hilo, ono of our handsomo towns.
To nid thoso who may meet with misfortuno nnd
to nssist tho oSlcers of the Government in thoir
efforts to niort tho impending dancer which Beoins
to threaton tho town. I havo delegated my hus
band to remain, to render whntovor nsjistanco
may be needed.
I am happy to stato to tho good people of this
district tho very pleasant nows, from letters which
I receivo from timo to time, that His Majesty tho
King has and is enjojing excellent health, and
had mot with warm and yery cordial rccoptions
from tho crowned heads and princes of Asia and
In closing theso fow romnrks, allow mo to thank
you again ono and all, and to prny Heaven to
showor its blessings upon yon all, and to wish you
peace and uuliomiucd prosperity.
Hon. J. It. Knunamanu replied in nativo andMr.
D. F. Sandford iu English as follows :
ilmj it I'leane l'mtr Itoial lllghurttv With feel
ings of plcihuro jour loyal pvoplo of Haiuakun,
receive you with open arms, and treasuro up j-our
words in tho innermost recesses of their hearts.
Tho anxiety which you express for tho welfare of
your people during tho trying times which now
surround us, and this wolcomo visit of Yourself
nnd other members of the Jtoyal Family, who now
accompany jon. Bhnll evor remain i lasting proof
of your lovo and caro for your subjents, never to bo
erased from tho records of thoir memory. In thu
nnino of tho people of Hnmakua, 1 now havo the
plpasuiotopresjnt Your Hightics with their un
foigned love nnd loyalty, and unsure Y'onr High
ness that our prayers shall evor ascend to tho
Throne of Oraco for Your protection, nnd that
lour voice uy long bo heartland obeyed through
out tho land.
Long life t, Your Highness. Long live tho King
and to all th Iloj-al Family, nnd long liyo Hawaii
A grand reception and lunu was extended to tho
party at Mr.Mllls, nnd ognin nt Dr. Trousseau's in
Kukulhaelo. On Thursday morning, tho Princess
rodo to Mr. Blcknell's church whero sho was joy
fully received by many, atul delivered a noot little
extemporaneous spcocb. Subsequently tho party
skirted tho edgo of Walpto valley on its way to
Wniraea, whero the Hawaiian Band enlivened tho
evening hours. An informal reception of natives
was held by Her ltoyal Highness on tlio following
morning. In tho afternoon, the ltoyal party pro
ceeded to tho beach through a heavy rain-storm,
nnd at nlaht ngo-ns-you-plcasodanoo was Indulged
in to tho enlivening htrainaof nn accord eon, guitar,
triangle mid castaguctU'S. Early on Friday morn
ing, all enjbirkid on board thu I.HelUt, and
steamed away with threo hearty cheers for Messrs.
John nnd Sam Parker, nnd tho good imoplo of Ha
waii generally who had entertained their ltoyal
visitors so honpitably. Tho trip homo van very
pleasant, tho party reaching Honolulu on Sunday
morning boforo ilawn, thus happily closing Her
ltoyal Highness' first trip through the Kingdom,
and ono filled with perfect delight to herself, suite,
From our Hilo Correspondence,
Hilo, August I'Jth, 1881.
Enrron miuuo.il I'uess t Tho lava flow was
born early iu thu morning Kuiembtirfilh, 1801. No
ouo was presout, that wo can learn, to see It born.
It camo Into cxUtauoo with a perfect null. It had
a father by name Manna Loa, (but no mother,)
who has been a father Lwforo, aomo havo wished
he vreru farthtr uff, for iniople have been con.
sldtrubly xcired. Most of tho (woplo ate delighted
the lava How U dead. No one was present wo
think to bear or see its laat expiring groan (or
kick) August 10th, 1831. HavtiiRaVtclitd up such n
black mass nil are glad to say "rect in peace," or as
many pieces us It tnny chixxw. It has built its
own mouuiiieiit. The lava tlow has burned up
much wood, drank ui much water. It's a pity it
could not hato burned up all the llnuor on the
iabtiid. It was strictly Uniiiwratu notwithstanding
it had an nwful red faro and tongue, iu fact, it bad
many tonguwt which could l seen slicking out all
toe time until tho day of its death. There U still
euius warmth lit its liody, but molhlnks thorn U no
chuueo of Mauni Loa trying to rrsusvltatu It.
Some said tho lava How unut stop anyway, and
wero dotermhiwl It should not ooms on their
pruoibo nud put up stouewall), and built earth.
worn, uno inmiioiuau rrom tua capital ta atari
.tig man) said, If yoa ilou't stop I will blow joa
up with dyuAialU, glaut-povrikr, nil to ulyesjilue,
that eard tho lata Sow, nud it stopped at ono.
All ara ItiTittsl to soma ami view Um rnuudas
which will Ho in slnlo, (nn exposed nnd black
atntoi for nges no doubt. It lived just nlnn months
ntul Ute dnis. If anyone wishes In son the grand
show tgrontor than Itanium nvet got up), tUu thn
greatest nctlvn eralor In thn world, Kllnuea, Ihil Is
moro octlvn than it lias leen in months.
Mr. Hallcnbcck's Lnbors In 7hU City.
Wo had but time and spico last Issuo for a faw
lines nlnllTo to tho services of Mr. Ilnllenbeok on
Friday evening, thonubject of which was Faith,
This ho Illustrated by Iho casaof blind ll.trtomoiis,
ns also tint of the IiCierlu Ihoohaplor rend, Lnko
f. Ruch fnlth nshnro shown wns what (lod desired
oMIls children. 'Ilia llfoof Christ was onoof lore
nud compar.sloii ami wo should not limit his lower
but cjerclsn fnlth. It us lnko him nt his word
nud In-IIove him, nn tho sick man did when Christ
said, "nrisn nud laliii tipthy conch nud gounlo
tldnn house," 'I his wns a inso of healing nud u
don not lu answer to tho prajer of thn nick man,
for wo nro not told that lin expressed n ihwlru to bu
saved, but II wns a reward for the faith of llioso
men who wire not to bu kept hack by tbo multi
tude around the house, ho thoy got Uin tho
housn-lop mid let lilm down through thn tiling,
lust so onn God savo Hioho to-ibiy whom wn bring
before III in in fnlth. Iu thn chapter rend wnseo
that thero worn thoso Hit re who tried to reason
Christ out of Iho miracle mid tiinko It nptwar
man's work. Just so wo have thoso here who In
their ncotlliie try to reason Christ ont of these
meeting. 'I hey would try to rob God of thu
imweruf Chtlst to save sinners. Numerous lnel
dents were related lllustrathe of nnswors to faith
ful prayer and much encouragement given there
with. At lis elosn n short testimony nud enquiry
meeting wns held, wheitn number ngnin inaiif.
fesled nn Interest In Christ nud nnked for tho
prajcrs of God's people.
Union services woro held nt tho Fort Street
Church on Holiday morning to hear Mr. Ilnllen
heck ns ho Illustrated the truth from Gen, Hi),
" Whero art thou." '1 his was God's call to Adam
when ho foil, nnd In lovo and pity ho wns sought
for. whereas Adam should have been tho ono tu
Heelt God. And it Is Just Iho nnnie with tho human
racolo-day) thoy tall lu sliinndtry to hideaway
fiom Him, yet God Is over calling nfter them
"Whero art thou." 'Iho subject was nppllrd to
threo classes, vl.t Christians, Backsliders, and tho
Ungodly, nud was forcibly put t earnest opiieals
being mndn to all present to mako suru work for
timo and eternity.
In thn afternoon, scrvleon woro held nt thn
Lycoum for men only which wns largoly attended
by a clas.1 seldom Keen in our churches. Thu 1 Itli
of John was read and iixiouiiilctl, Tlio testimony
of the blind man iu tho synngoguo nnd Ids firm
belief in thn Savior when Ho was mndo known to
him waa given with much force Just so should
Christians testify nnd bo witnesses for Christ; to
eomu out from tho world nnd let their light shine.
There wore enough persons present If tint and out
workers for tho Master to bo n power ngiiinst uvll
In this city, .for if God bo for us wo caro not If all
hell bo against us.
Many testified to an interest in Christ, somo of
whom rejoiced in the new-found hopo of poaco
through n divine redeemer.
In tho evening tho church wns filled to listen
ngnin to tho words of tho earnest Evangelist whoso
text was from John 3:10, "God so loved tho world
that whosoever, eta., which was ably illustrated bv
various passages that Ho wlllcth not the donth o'f
tho sinner but that all might live;. Ho thanked
Ood for tho"whosooverR" iu tho bible, It mndo it
free for avorybody. Ho referred to Christ leavlug
the world nnd charging tho disciples to preach tho
GosjicI to every creature It meant that they
could go back to Jerusalem nnd if thoy met tho
man that cpst in His face, or him that put tho
crown of thorns on His head, or him that smoto
Him with thu palm of his hand, and him that
pierced His sido that there was a nearer wny to
His heart, and that was by lovo ; that If thoy
would only accept of His oiTors of mercy Ho would
forgiyo them, would crown them nud thoy would
reign with Him in ulory.
An incident was related of n young holpcr in tho
Moody meetings iu Chicngo who preached sevou
consecntlvo nights on this sanio text, nnd if ho
could havo had Jacob's ladder to roach huaicn
and ask Gabriel how much God loved us, all ho
could say would " God so loved tho world that Ho
Ho gavo His only Begotten Son, that whosoever
bellivcth on Him should not perish but havo ever
lasting life." Thero may bo somo who think they
nro too vile, yet thongh their sins bo mountain
high, Christ's blood can wash them all away.
At tho closo of tho sorvico nn inquiry meeting
was held which wns deeply inipresshoatid interest
ing, many testifying to a hopo in and through tho
Cross of Christ.
On Monday evening tho supject for considera
tion was selected from Luko 10:10, with remarks
illustrated by tho conversion of Zaccheus that
Christ enmo torccciio sinners; to seek nnd savo
that which was lost. Tho speaker pleaded warmly
that hearera mako this tho night of theit salva
tion. It was tho earnest men that find Christ,
illustrated by n case in Indiana of n man saved by
crnco ; ho had been seeking him with nil his heart.
Wo nro either saved or lost, thero is no neutral
ground, and if wo nro lost it will bo over tho man
gled body of tho Son of God. Tho loss of a bouI,
oh 1 what is it. Did we over stop to think what it
meant ? Christ Reeks after sinners, somo through
tho donth and prayers of loving mothers ; faithful
pastors, or beds of sickness. Oh 1 listen to the
spirit to-uight in nnswor to prayers going up from
Christinn hearts iu this nudiunco, from tho Atlan
tic to tlio Pacific prayers aro going up for Burners
in Honolulu. Tho speaker wuh very earnest in his
pleadings and tho truths expressed wero with
After tho sorvicps tho audience was moved to nn
enquiry meeting in tho basement which was rich
in testimony nnd free in spirit. Iiearta warmed
to tho spirit s inllneiico and a nnmbor testified to
a desiro for prayers and salvation through a living
On Tuesday ovening tho subjoct "Sinners seok
ing Christ" was taken from Isaiah M:C : " Seek yo
tho Lord while Ho may bo found," etc. God wanted
no half-hearted work of us. Everything he lias
done for man's salvation was dono in earnest and
ho wants tho samo of us. This truth was ably
illustrated by tho speaker in various ways, ono of
which was the earnestness with which tho aadi
enco would search tho houso if they wero told thoy
could possess a $60,000 diamond simply by finding
it. Men should search just us earnestly for Christ,
and to do that ii man must see himself as God
sees him, a lost miserable sinner. Then thero is
hopo, for God is evor present to heal. Strong
npiKialswero mndo for men to seek Christ now,
and for which nover was thero bo many prayers
going up to nthrono of grtico aa thero wero to
night. An evening meeting was hold in tho vestry at tho
closo of tho regular service, which was rich in
testimonies for tho .Muster nnd a warm cordial
welcome woro given to many who desired to come
out on the Lbrd's side.
Wednesday evening tho Soripturo lesson wns;
Lnko H, and tho subjoct of remarks was from tho
18th verso, "And they all with ono consent began
to mako oxcuso." Tho speaker ronarked that nil
unsaved persons hnvo excuses, if not. Satan stands
right besido them to make ono, and asked where
wo would bo if God took us ut our word. Oh I tho
wooping and misery thero would bo in Honolulu
if wo were excused as wo desired. Lot us be honest
wttliUouns Lie is with us, nud if wo don't want
Him, to say so. All excuses am lies. Tnko for
instance the excuses in thu chapter read. The
first person must needs go nnd eeo n piece of
ground ho had bought; not n very business like
transaction, nor the second who had to go uud
prove tho oxen ho had bought. The jo nro caution
ary steps taken before, not alter a purchase. Hut
the third was the most foolish of all, he "had mar
ried a wife, and therefore could not coins," 'loose
were all lies,
Tbo speaker plead earnestly that careful thought
lie given tho subject nnd asked if we had nn excuse
that would stand etomity. If ho ta hold to it, but
bear in mind they would look diuVrenl iu the pre
sence of Christ iu the judgment day. The meet
lug was very fully attended, and the same earnest
iutorest observed. At its closo. the whole audi
ence, mostly, moved to tho basement whom a test,),
motiy and enquiry meeting was ooutinuod for an
hour, and was rich In results of tho glorious work
of this earnest Evuiigetlst, a largu number having
tustiiled to, and sought nn interest iu Christ.
Tho subject on Thuisduy oyenlng was from
ltom. ;)..', " For there is no difference." This the
sHiikr said wos-a hard truth, one that was dis
ngreeahlo to the sinner, to know that no matter
how much better they were than some others they
would be all ullku lost, lie who broke ouo com
mandment would be ns surely lost as though lie
broke all teu uuless he accepted Christ. If a man
was suspended from n high place by tt chain uud
one link should break hu would as surely fall ns
luouit every link par leu ; it maUu no ulffvrouce,
nor would it bo found ut tho Judgement day thit
thero was any between thu jwrsou with his fow
el ulna and tho drunkard. Tho speaker illus
trated tho ruhjjet with much power, supporting
thuanmoby quotation from various jatts of the
bible with which ho la ever rundv and shows him.
self to be iwrfectly familiar. Tho ntteudinco was
lery large, as usual, and nt tho chuoof the ser
vices thu nudiunco was tuovod to tho vestry room
whore an enquiry mwting was held for an hour or
luoto, during which many testified to n Joy nnd
ui In a new found Savior, while h largo number
allowed a desire to serve Chrlat. Thu ChrUtian
workers lltul much to vnuourago them iu theso
after meetings iu the manifuat iuUreat of so mauy
(larsons of all ago and claruos, looking aamuatly
after tho salvation of thoir touht, su that on all
alJei we hear the odiiila-iion of tho pretfouoo of the
Holy Spirit's iwjwer. The subject last, Friday, was
" Good uuwa," w'jlch a crowded houso ngalu c-aruu
Ma. W, It, luwueice returned from Hilo per
abuiiaer Ultltkt this week, aud tepurt having
surveyed tho lava ftom Its terminus about two
iuIIm toward iu syuioe, an operation attended
with many dilftaultlva CAuaud by stoata. auw4a ntul
the trembling rarefaction of air, vhiek uftec rvu
doits! axearaov iu takliiK aluhU ' --'' Mr.
LnwrefUM tMlisvew tits oUajiuol nt Um alMam
twmlnue hu euolsd, avad in tho eyt ol another
outbreak tbo How toast And a new euutaa, for Um
Ira-tNVUt aim wUl Ml M aUt bkipMMltU UllaM.
Snndny Afternoon Prayer Mooting.
The early Sunday afternoon mrrllnjnl Hie Y.JI.O A.
held for aererat year fait In Hie TealryofFnrl Htreel
Olinrch, will bo motril to the l.jccum hereafter till fnf
thrr notice, ami will thanan to three o'clock. Mr. Ilal
lenheek will conduct the a ervlcea,
trnt i iV r .IriiifSfl, IWW.
The Wallliam Matrii L'oiiiiitny have been awarded the
onlr roIiI medal elien for walehra at tlio Hydney Inter.
national l.ilillililon. ami are tlio only oxlilhllora In any
claaa from thn United mates who have recelted ilda
t Hold Agent for the llaw jllan Islands
f1;:,7:.Vl'Tl,.i.H ATTIalN IN rlTITTIII.sr
will liecln on Wrdneailay. IheTth day of Heptem
linr neat. t-and datea for admlaalon will lie eiamlned
Jjn,T)ll"',Isriiili'rlday, Heinember lit anil ifnil at IU
hhi im 'lH w J, .lONllfl,
A qVA IVVK 11 IiY M KKTIA'O OF
-. the Hoard of Ttnateea of the (ini-enV lloaiital will
he, held at the llonin of tlio lliamher "f Cntnmerco on
Hattinlny Ihr nnl bciitrmbcr, IWJ, at II A. M,
l'erlloder, r A HHIAUI'IIII.
W4lt Mil Meernary.
W I Mil AM O. 8MITII m:aii)iN
at lliinnlnlu, (Mini, and William I'.. Hmllli, re.
aldlncst Wnllukn, Maul, am carrying on the Hiiear
t'lanlfnjriiiialneaa at Wallukit, .Maul, under Hie lltm
name of Hmllli A Co, HMI ril .t CO.
Honolulu, Aug. 8H) Rll, (ft at)
rpiii-: irri)ioiiai(ixi;i) having
J. been fttipolnteil naaljiuraa or the ralatn of 1,. II,
Kl.Itll, an alleged hankrinit licrehy notlfieanll ieranna
having any properly III their imaeaalon lielonglng to
aalit ratnti', lodillrer Hie amae tiithe iinileralgnrd and
nil nrcoiinla due to aald eitaln to ho paid Imiiii'dlalely
to them nt thu vfllcc of llyinnn llr( or l.'d. Iloiricldae.
tier A Oo. .1. IIVMA.V.
Aa-hriieea of Itatikrnpt Kalatenf I.. It. Kerr.
HnnolNlii, Aucnat, IHst f.a wit I in
KiECEPTION OF HIS
A Tiii soon: tiks, lodoks, on
peraonKoii tide or Iho other lalnuda, wlalilng In
lulu In erecting arclira, or In drcoratlng tlio lontn from
the lauding to the Palace, on the occjialnn of Ilia ,Mn
Jcaty'a recepllon, nre renneated to Dililicaa II, A. 1'.
Catter, Olmlrintti nf Commltteo on Decoration..
All Hock'lli'H. hmlgea or aaaoclatlona of pcraon, Willi
Inc In Join In the nrweaaton of welcome, will pleaao
nildreaa. OAl'T. A. N.TIIII'I'.nr
HON. J. U. KAWAINUI.
Mr. M. L. HALLENBECK,
MOODY AND 8ANKEY.
WJTiTi IIOTiD AN AFTEUNOON
Service, to-morrow, riunday. Auguat SSlh. IbeJl,
At tlio Lyceum, at 3 o'clock
FOIV MIDIV AVD WOM3HW.
A fine choir will bo present.
Tho Evening Subject at tho Fort 8trcot
Church will bo :
"How Long Halt Ye?"
Rnng Hervlcfcommenclng at 7 o'clock.
In order to olitaln aeata.
TW. I.AMISIIKT, CHAN. U IIOPKII
mill 1?. Mrirrtv. ilnlnn tin. Inn.. r.nml.H- llnl
nnd Whccl-wriglita at Koliala, Hawaii, conatltutc tlio
firm of (HI lm) I.AMIIBllT CO.
T HAVE THIS DAY KSTAIITilSII-
X ed ruynclf ns Provision 3!erchnnt and (lenernl
Commlasluii Arcnt. Dealer In Dry Gnoda. Ilnrdnaro
ami Patent .Medicine. F. I). A. .MAIiOUKZ,
rioniiapo, Kau. Hawaii, II. Ii Kiti SI 0m
DIIIlINtJ MY AlHIlXfllS FltO.n TIIIH
Kiiigdom my eon, K. A. WfLMAMS. will act for
mo In all mnttcra of Imaine.. under full Power of At
torney. CIS. WILLIAMS.
Honolulu. Aaguat 1. 1631. ftT.I Sm
THOSK AH'inv Tvrcsi iiaiuytc n
1UL I'rcmiaea known oa "HLUI.ANI." Kiilno. T"
kfthllfl. llltclv OrClinleil llV 11. it. t.. Cntntnli.lnnp.
Jaiiien liny ft'odclioiiae, Kaq, Tho buildings have jnat
bi-en thoroughly painted, papered, and otiicrwiio Im
proved for tlio benefit of tlio tenant. (Internment
water laid on. bealdei having a windmill, with a aopply
of good awcet nnd clean healthy water, which haa been
analyzed by Prof. Tliomnaon of tho Challenger Expe
dition, and pronounced by him tbo beat ho had aeen
slnco ha left England.
Kor particulars. Inquire of
Mil 61 JA8. H. LEMON.
JNO. FOWLER & CO.
Loedt, England, ara prepared to
FURNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steel Portable Tramways.
With or without Cars and Locomotives,
Specially adapted for Sugar Pliintutlons I
Wliidinu Euninos for Inclined
Catalogue! with llluttrattons.: Models, and Photo
graphs of tho nbuvu 1'lniils and Machinery may be aeen
at tho oUlccs of the undersigned.
W. L. tlftKK.f and
U. W. MAOIWHLANK 4 CO.,
51 Agdnts for Juo. Fowler Si Co.
Dry Fish For Sale,
fiv Aitiiivi: rr.u nuiioom:u kai.iina.
J now duo from tho Mouth; In nnontltlea tn ault, by
lm A. f. OOOKB.
SEVEUAI. 1MECKS OP IiiVND,
t arylm: tn alzo from M to OM aerea each.
ta Ot If. X. qriUKSWEI.L.Kona. Hawaii.
TWO YOUNG MKN, OR A MAIL
rleil man and hla wife, ami one alngla man, know
lug how to handle cattlo and mako butter.
19 Ct ft. N. OnEKXWELL. Kona. Hawaii.
Ofl BBEIJi VHKHU CAI.lrORNIA
MJW Lime Just received,
AliXi lElCSON8 LN KONA, HA
WAII Indebted to '
A. 8. Clagliorn,
Mint pay the aama within JO data from August lit
is!, tp Henry Conner, at hla realditco Mnnnjomery
place. Katlua, Hawaii. I1KN11Y COOi'Klt.
1 t AtfytorA. H. Cieghorn.
1QT h.h 1'iHc-i.t; i ctirrKC. ruo.
MiM m nouueed bv comnetent Judrca In hn v,.n.
Cisco to bo superior to O, O. Java.
HE.MtV COOPElt, Kona.
J OR SALS.
OWK.ll Air ll KUr IX OXK HIINBBKM
tbnnaand bearlu; Coffe. Ireeaon Kalianlotnul,
Kona, Hawaii, a Kood chince for a man of small means,
and terms as caiy aa rolllnjt on a lotj. Llto and let lite,
M lm llUNltyCOOPKIt, Koua.
StfkG AtlMKN MIX TtllV l.JI IS
VFC llamakua, Hawaii, adjoining that magnllt
cent plautalluii of bninutl Parker, Ko,., ami In ilo.e
proilmlly to Haaullu 1'lanUtlon. which la now laming
out "a tons to tlio acre, apply to
ai,icii it. nr.Ai,, tio,,or
HESItV COOPElt. "if
THE Mt.TUWMKHV I LACK
at Kallua, Hawaii, Hlory Stone
ouuuiuz, iu rooms, iresn anil sail
Water Uitha. Teuiu-ialcto does not
The climate of Kallua is said tu be the boaltblcal lu (tin
wutld for cimaunipllne. 'Ihudtalh rat Is lai pei cent,
less than any other pli on Hawaii, rurullurv, Horses,
Saddles, Ifratup Orisan, Mpriui; Mattrassss, Walnut
w. Is, Cklckeus. C'auues, Cotfse atachluny, force 1'uuip,
lnt.e I'owsr, store Ac. At a dead bargalii, Jtivto
KTuplia uf the pieuilat's on application tu
HK.NHV CtWPallt. Koua, Hawaii, or
tl U J, W, MAKA.NUKSUB. lUllaa,
tavsl Kona. Hawaii. Also 4 acre of Coffee tasdlu
1-uluako, Kuua, Hawaii, (till) Hti.SllY UOOl'Ett.
I OK IALK.
AVKW VI3HY FINE 8ADDLK
Animals. 1IKNKYC0OI-KU, Koua, Hawaii.
Vila mum Ihin 4-1 ile rrvn. (mill J.liDai hi llrt-.-i.nu.p
'NOOtlLis.,'(a v.ars stdl. The Mal.J
Uls aalasal will be firtiad Is the Auericau Jem? mH
fer aale bia;
lKWtK e) CO.
OAT, HAKLKY, HKAX, CUUW,
Wlw eat Mwl May, ft I. V.Mwpf' a4 "W, H
l'crmnnont llnllwnys, with locomotives nnd enre,
Traction Engines unit llo:id Locomotiven,
Stcnin PlouKhing nnd CultivntinR Machinery,
1'ortnblo Eucines for nil nnnmsoH.
IfAVINO C'OMI'I.KTIID AN
Extensive AiliiiMoii on King Street,
Including; a fine SHOW II00M for
STOVES AND HOUSEHOLD UTENSILS
Of all kind, and a large
Cnntalnlnc tooli of every deactlpllnn for riintera'
and Mrniki. nae, are now able in almw (heir eitrnalte
atiick tn great adtantatie t ami would call tin) attention
nf their many friends and patrons to n few Iradinr tll
cles. notrnnrtllnglnsay that Ihey bate) nn hand sr,
mi 111. way rniiatanllr, a lilt v fargo and full aaiorf
inent of goods In their line
3Ptaliat xxa oUaaTi"
lliilitnil'k'si While l.eml nml 7.llir lu 2J anil 210
Hi paikage, nr In taaka nf MH Ida
lliilitmrk'M I'liln HiiliiMl OH niul Haw Mil In
barrela and 5 ration drum.
.tii.iiry'ia o.'.irii,.h Mn, fer lionm or coach paint
l.iifirlenllMtr Oils a heavy alotk on hand'
I'lima nf all alrea and klmla
Mltivra milt IIhiikik nf all iliaa,
llruliei a tery full assortment
.-tilttrnlnl I'riirf H'lra-, ttoa, 6and 8,
llillvxiiilreil lliirlioit IVIrr.
A FINE ASSORTMENT
Vot lloiuetiold U'e.
Disston's Saws and Files
Constantly on hand, and many other tools of
8TOCK8 AND DIES!
The large! aaanttnieut and beit li, be found In the mar
kclj nlao, extra Taps on hand.
SQUARE AND HEXAGON NUTS,
Prom i to l!f In.t also Waahrrs, the same aaaorted.
1 Unit Cutting Machine -a superior nitlcli.
A8linsTOH, Tucks, Flat lltihbcr and Flax Tacking,
Wnils) of erery description neeiled In this market.
Irf-nllior of all klnda, by the aide, roll or dozen.
I'liwilcr of all klnda uacd here.
These and a thousand other Hems to be had cheap of
E. O.HALL & SON,
No.W,M,WaiidWKIiirril.,and 6M and 81 Fort (It.
Job Printing ! 44
TV1? mU.?WH?GN1:d "A VINO
JOB PRINTING OFFICE.
Under the management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK 8c JOB PRINTBR
la now prepared In attend to all woik entrusted tol
htm with promptness and In the
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC RT
Circulars, Ccrllficatcn of Stock,
Lctior, Nolo, Stnlcment or Hill Hoatl0,
Contractu, HiiHincso or Vitiillnjj Cards,
Urnftii, OrtlerB, Noloa, I'rftgrammcg,
Shipping or Monoy Kccoipts, &c &c.
Tlila In connection with tho long established Book
uinuery, i-nper Jtiinng, and jt
m amit arrtr uaaina-..... .tiisl
imuwwn manwrablURT 1
r.iiauies 1110 uiiuerslgned to lay claim to competency In f v
-.. -P. .....,..?, a. Katii in unucr too care or experi
enced foreign workmen, i
THE STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
.Wi1i"iCarr3f'l..f"l"lno.,'f J'Pfor executing Illsnka
of all deecrlptlmis, or tor special aires or class of Manic
books In addition to th uaual full assortment of Com
uierclal, Le'al and OBIcc Htatloncry.
IVI LTV IAJ 9 . i m
Conslanlly received at the Fort St. 8tore,yM
Fine Stationery, Hooks, Fancy Goods,
Windsor .t Newton'a Artists' SInurlalg,
IJalterick'B Cnt rnper Pattenm,
Bowen's Garden Seeds, Ac, Ac.
TH08. C. THRUM.'
OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT !
OX THE 1HT DAY OF OCTOIlEIt NEXT
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMP'Y
' FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
IN SUMS OF
FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
Theso bonds will bo Issued In tho followinc aerie
pcrica a uotiosor JfMJU oncli, ilno October 1, 1
noriott II Ibmila rt rm ...I, .In. t..-l .
Serjos O Uinil of iiOO wichj dno October l! Wt.
SorieaU Uoiids of MJ0 encb, dno October 1, lt,
X.K11 uoiiu win nav; coupona attached, payable on
the 1st di) a or April and October of each year; Interest
at tho rati) of Netcit iar ca-ul. ir nasuMsu, free
of (lorernmcnt taxes. The Interest on them will be
Kunraiiili-eit by lUiara. III. hop Co,, and will be
made payable at tho Hank of Messrs lllshop A Co.
TIicsb Uonds will be secured by a first moricac on all
the property of tho Hawaiian Acrlcultural Co. They
will he made payable to bearer or order, at the option of
the pnrchaaer; and If partlra prefer the latter can bare
tbem reclatered on the books of iho Company, thus af
fording absolute security in caso of lots by robbery or
Parties dealrlnc to purchase anr of these bonds trill
p ease- slate w hat .etfea they prefer-A. II, C, or D. Ap-
pllcatlontswill nowbarecclrid. For further particulars
apply at the officii of O. Hrewer A Co., Honolulu.
fi i I'.O.JO.NEM.Jn.,
t S3t Treasurer II. A. Co.
ANU DKALEH IN
SUUonerjr, Cifram, Tobaaeoe .. 4hsV '
1MM No. 1st Fort Street. y j
INVESTMENT & AGENCY CO,
M0NEY I.UA.1EU UN rilMT.Cf.AWI HU.
carlties, for lon or short periods. Applyto
Omce. tlnoen 8t.. oV(T.tV,rau.lVn", aa?s
STEAM MDJTATER PIPE.
We would call the attention nf those requlrlu Plwlu.
154,000 Feet On Hand I
UaltlnlVea V-.7.V B '?f i i..T ;.
lllaualr lL.t..e ale .w.i- .-. -k
rWThe klM.tr at Miyl.s.i. ii. l
. . , . .,.,,,, airiiiViHl uiarovicf
THI HONOLULU In wnm rvntW
c. .. . " vvaac i
N01. 7(1 ana 1H Hotel Mtrt,
HART BROTHIM, ProitrMsMs,
Uomd by the Day, Wek r TruMtoat
Ciffm.CigwMM M4 TDkMM,
If Mia UrrU U ThOUm ttyi
AT U MVI
HWfKYJ.MAKT, MM LLMA.l
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