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1IY 15. 1 ADAMH.
CREDIT SALE S
llj Ordnr of Mourn. I!. llofTirlilnrRor .V Co.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st,
A I 10 A. 'I. nlNitlea lluuiil.
Will he tol.l nn a f mill lo Hie Trade,
NEW & DESIRABLE GOODS!
Kt recent srtlf sis,
Comprising iv I-'ull Assortment
Clothing, Cloths, Cnshrnierrs,
Furnishing Goods, Tailors' Goods,
HAilillrrj, 1'iinfl.y Good",
Cutlery, Millinery Goods,
"" Perfumery, Musical Instrument,!
Sugar and Rice Bags,
Wiim nml Liquors,
Hni, Wrapping Paper, Ac, Ac,
SACKS HAWAIIAN RICE.
tTff-TEllMS AT SALE.-"
I' l. AIIA.MH, Atict'r.
Sale of Lease !
IiY OKnKIt OK 1IKNMAMIX 11. MACV,
Administrator nf the K.tate of (Ico.W Macy, deceased,
1 wilt offer at l'ulillc Aucllun, on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th,
Al 1 J o'clock noon, on the premises. In tho re ar
of IM r'nrlrH., the unexpired lease,
having, ten years to rim, of
Tluit Gcrtnln 1'lrce ir I'nrccl of I.nnd,
Willi th linlldlnc thrtcon, nltnnlvit nn rorlHtriet
Honolulu, beings part nf the land known in Hitpit
vsitlii, of nn nio i of m by UN feet, .abject tn A yearly
rental of Twenty five dollars per annum. There are two
dwelling homos upon thl. taml, with llvth House ami
i:. P. ADAMS, Aucfr.
1W Order or 11KNJAMI.S It. MAOV, Admlnl.trator, I
will .ell at Public Auction, on
Saturday, September lOtti,
At 11 A. M. on the preml.ru, IM Fort St.,
The Household Furniture and Effects:
Hed.lead. Deddlni. Moqulto Net. llnreaus,
Ohalr., .Mirrors Wrltlnc De.k, Tables,
IIikiI" and Masatlne. Meat Hife,
Cook Stove, Ac. ic. .
Invoices of New Goods
Juat Ilecoled per " Klla," and
For Sale at Reduced Rates.
A HPKCIALTT OF
CHOICE CALIFORNIA BUTTER
pr Ordera from tho other Iilanda faithfully at
USj7g3rn"' K- I'. ADAMS. Honolulu.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
Or other jCaiu of the I.Uuda,
CAN HAVK TIIEIJl
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Br rpllctlon to Mr. E r. ADAMS. Queen stroot.who
hM our UeacrlpUreCatalofu with 1'rlCH.
ON HMD AT THE STORE OF L W. HOPP
Bliiok Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Black Wnlnul Sldobonrila,
IJIack Walnut Dining Chain,
Oak Cane Scat Dinint; Chain.
Cednr lledroom Heti,
L P. I0WS, AGENT FOR THE HIWMIAN ISLANDS
, go 3m
COLOMBIA UVB1 SALMON
EX BARK "LADY LAMPSON"
Xtx Ii,liaa.o Order
n. I'UK MALE BY
E. P. ADAMS.
T H mIB.E TO HAY IOO Mt't'll IN
1 prsl.s of this good uld standard Family Mtdlcln
It cannot be too hlshly recommended, as It Is truly
Hnrvtl al ie, and no houithcld should b
wllbput It. It prnti as well as cures fcklsi III.
,MM iut, Hlsviiuiallisin. Ilrnvrl and all Ktil
Mrr Mlscstssisi. AsTcclrU Uvrr, UemUrli,
NassiaMMt. !!. Wlisa, lu4lffMUH, Cuu.lli..
UH, rr Ants, WLeiiHiir, !--IsttU.
ril Mrtll, sad vt ry dlm.s broujht on or
aggravated by a dlsurdsred stnmach.
It poiltes th Blood, Clran.es the Stomach and Bow.
tls, and jltes lb whole system a Healthy aud llellehl.
ful Tout, Ther neyervias a medtc'ut for tbt Nursery
tlal l It, and belna: toruposed uf Htrba only, It can
! (Urn sflj tv infants. It Is a triumph In medlclaa
r-Urtalrw, yet mctcluui. I nv aluablt tn the family, on
h load, at . and rieiyvtliere.
ror salt by all Prulits, and at wbolnalo by
KURSAN lM A NC I H(H).
I'lin Aiiirrlralt llitrlt
6 "IIoUmiW. AJiny
aVtEWk I'lll'.i:'! ,.., 1lnlrr.
Will havo qnlok dispatch for fibovn port.
I'of irl,lil tit passage apply In
W; M ( AHTI l: . t'OOUK. Arrenls
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
,)v PACKET I.1NI!,
I'.HHItH V. II. I'lKIHKMAN'
Pro. wllldl.patrliaflr.l rl WM inim new
t ill IM. i aiiviit Nov 1.1 1'aruss de.lrlntf lo
ship by Dili Una direct, will need lo fntwaril iiulsrs Iijr
lh steamer nf lh of Anf nst In assuta loom for llirlr
i ahti.i: .t ( (Kllti:.
OIIAS, 1JRKWJ3R & COS
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS
,.-. rim . wn.f. m:
PtYS. dispatched from llo.ton for Ilnnoluln on or
V it bout
Tim lt liny of Nnvnitiliar nnxt.
l.,.nii ul.lilni, lo miler iooil. .bliinrtl hr till, vessel
linuld mall nrtler nn or neiorc neptemiie r .11111
.--... -. - . - n .. - . - . .,
Itirinrr parricuisis appiy 10
ItlMJ, I I .HAM till.
Angii'tm, I pm. 1
.Miiiii.t ml, I p tn
fleplrnilierfl. 1 11 in ...
Hrilcmlier 11, I p ill
Hplemher!!Ul4 p in
Neiiteinlfer IfT, I p ni
October 1, t pm
. Circuit nf llawal
Circuit of Hawaii
.Circuit of Hawaii
.Circuit of llantll
air ." I'riMtll lor I'lixifilfe .tloilry. 1.11
nnli,.a ll.nil,liil fl.l
KrolKht Mono? Duo on Domnnd.
In all ca.ej of frtlshtcr paitlia not rripnmtble, or
nnknuwii, tho freight 11101117 w III be lequlrcil In advance
I'ACKAIil.N I.IUIIOItN mill lNi:.s .11 IH.
111; i'i.aim.v ?i.iticr,i
For the parly whom they are fnr. or plainly itnted In tho
receipt lo whom they arc coiinlKtied.
All ilcnuml. for damnK" or lo.a mult bo inadu within
In no way liable for loen or accident lo Urn .lock.
ttT Hack Driver., Doy, and .uch like, will not bo
allowed on bo.ird tho Strainer on nrrhal, until after tho
pa.enircra hate been Linded.
TO) WII.DKIt ti CO.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tin: Nii.i:nin mti:.vm.siiii
CITY OS? SYDNEY!
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Aug. 28.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Tin: si'i.r.Nmi ntkamsiiip
On or aboxit Saturday, Sept, 3d,
For Pre'sht and 1'astaco, nri'lr to
M) in. It. ICACICI'Kr.l) .t (O., Ageuta.
looiN tor .Shipment cr NtvMiiier pmi now
loNlirr,l, ZrMMil '!inrK. In the Flrr-pruof
nrolttiNp ,i"ir tliti Naittiior Ulinrr.
Prom Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will .all from Ilonoluln to llllo direct, and will call at
intermediate Porta on the return trip.
For Freight or l'aougc, apply io tho Captain onboard,
1 831 or A. FUANIC COOK K. Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE,
AOENTFOKTHK FOLLOWING COASTKItS:
Wnilolo, y Mnlolo
WnloU. 4VM JnHa
Wnlohn, jW(J71 Walmnln,
Oon. gi-r"1 7S Tie i.r. 'K'"'1""" 1
FLAG Itcd with While Ball. Office-Corner of Qneen
&tt and Nuitanu Htreeta. 1
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
Jtffjt C. Brow or A. Co. Agont3.
X" Mcrchandlie recolrrd Mornco I'rec.iS
and liberal catbadtancca made on rhtpmenta by this
inc. WO ly ClHir.WEIl.fcCO.
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Between Merchant and Queen Street, Honolulu.
raiiiK. r.M.AKur..it:xT of thin iioi'nr
D. alteration nnd addltionii being complete, I hare
seven rnorn. newly fnrnixlied, tn let. Bath Itoom with
honor and all modern Improrements.
N. II. No Celetlala nmplored In thla Ilouae. All
the convcnlendes of a First Class Hotel.
Meals at All Hoars in tho Rcitn.urn.nt.
Breakfa.tfftoBp.nl. Dinner 13 to S p. m. Hopper 8
to 7 p.m. Board St 00 per week, ctlnglo Meala S3 cent..
Board nnd Ilc.lucnee Jfl O) per week, by tho day or
month, a. per agreement. Acknowledged by alt
The licst Cooking In Honolulu, liar Xonc.
Al,i),tboErcitet liberality in all arrangeluenU.
Kl 111m ALFUKDH. HOUOllTOX, I'rop'r.
Notice to Creditors.
Tim: tiMKit.sio?ss-:navK.oriCF. that
they have been appointed Admlnl.tratora of the
E.lata of tho lion. Chnrlen Coffin liarrl.. late of Hono
lulu deceatcd. All pertoua having any clalma against
taldc.tate nhelher .ecuri'dby mortcagn or otherwl.e,
are notlrUd to present the tamo for payment to the
undir.lpned within six months from this date, or they
will be forever barred.
I. C.JON EH. Jr.
W. F. AI.I.KN,
PIiTaASAKT FU31X3SIIED ROOMS
to let. with or without board, at No. 1 King ht.
Also a limited number or day boarders taken.
I'J bM tm
In Quantities to suit I'lirchuscrR
roil SALE BY
19 bOfl tm EI). HOI'l'SOHLAEOEIl i CO.
Sw sit Tin; iM'itsr i.Mi'intri:i
fVJF" strains, and of all ages, FOK SALE,
UM bond and delivered to steamer or
srhooner, AT .MODKilATE 1'ltICKS.
I'ereoin, vvlalilnirlu rt vvltli Iho Heat Nlock
or u lniirvr ulml llioy now lintr,
chii buy In imlris not nklu.
SCO a A. IIEHHEUT. Hawaiian Hotel.
COTTAGE TO LET !
TX MONTGOMERY'S ROW, OVElt
X SMITHS' llltlDOK. Iu good order, llent modrt
alt. Apply lo Mil. LKWIh.ou pumlies Ai H
Writer, Collector, Copyist,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
:x-o.TI King bt. (oppo.lle Bethel SI,) Honolulu,
Letters Written, Kents nml mils Collected,
House!, Lands and Rooms Hiiiteil,
Books kept by the Week, Month or Quarter, at reason.
Quarterly Bills made nut, d.llTCTrd and collected.
Constitutions. Hy.Laws. ntports. Ac. it., of Cominll.
tees. Surveys, ic, drawn up with accuracy aud dli.
Amanuensis and Copyist Work done for Invalid or other
persons requiring ucb services.
on- t'on.tsnt atlenllou to ths Interests of patrons, apd
business secrets preserved Inviolate.
Toruis KeaMounbte. I'utronujfe Solicited,
l'KR FOREST QUEEN.
VHU NtliJAK I5i M LM. BMaXKH.
Crushed Sai-sr In Haruls. Dry Ursnulsled Nuirsrla
We m.tUely ilrcline 10 open neeuuiil. for l'n..aire,
ami we particularly eall the attention of the trnttllntf
public to lhenccr..liy or linvlnt Iluf.re ami 1'iclulit
plainly riiaikcit; tho dteamcr will nut be reapimalble
'! " ---- - -....-,
Uansls. For bait by tt 6 BOLLES A CO
ARRIVAL OF THE CHESHIRE.
I) IIHI'DH'IM' lliV
lentlon of buyers tothrlr
STOCK OF NEW GOODS
jinr 111.4 i:ii:ii,
Ex "Choahlro," "Zoo,M "Kalo"
AMI OllfCIt I, ATI: AIMtltAI.N,
Whlrh liter offer In lol In mil at th. Lowest Maikrt
Hates. WIILL Hr.l.f.l Ti:i) adillllniia liatn
been inada to their lima of
I'lnntntlon Tools nnd Snppllci,
(A Ann Aa.orlment nf Locks by Hall from N Y).
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
JllnckniiMm, Cnrnmltrn, tlibhi't Makn, Up.
hulttt'rrt, StticliiAUlt, .S';iAcni lim
llama Maktrt, I'ninkrt,
House Furnishing Goods,
SILVUR PI.ATEU WAKK.
Table and Pookot Cutlery,
Lamp., Lanlern. t'arrlre Lamp.,
Lamp Fillings, Wlcklng,thlmiieys,ctc.
KEROSENE OIL, I508 TEST,
(Of the lUit llramti).
PAINTS, OIL, TURPENTINE. PUTTY,
VALENTINE'S celebrated Varnishes.
Mrvhr lit every variety and for all purposes,
ONE SUPERIOR WOOD TURNING LATHE
Stork nnd Illcs of latest ImnroTcd patterns,
Douglas Stand and Suction I'limpa.
Iliy and Fodder Cutter., F.mplru Portable Forges,
rirtiiorm aim lounicr rcaies.
Spring Balances, ST, to !M pouiide,
Cut and Wrought Nails, Boat Nails, Tacks,
llnr.naml Mule Shoes,
"(llobe' and I'ulnan Horse Nails,
Horte and Mule Harncs, Vt hlfllctrces,
Cnrholleil nnd Stniulnnl Hose, it nnd 4 ply,
Ho.e Coupling., Hoo 1'lpe, Lawn Sprlnklere,
'I'lilladefpliU" and ' Fre.ldent" Lawn Mowers,
Broom., Step Ladder., I lo VI feet,
" Euri ka" and ' Unlvcrinl" Olothca Wringer,
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs and Basins,
Sailor Fan., Sancepnns, Fry Tans. natTrap.,
Charcoal, Shield ami Tullnr.' Irons, Sad Irons,
'tinned Iron Spoons nnd Forks,
Sliver Steel Spoon and Forks,
Champagne Cork.crr.ws, Coffee Mills,
Boston Card and California Matches,
Toilet and Laundry Hoi p.
Queen,""Crown," 'I'alacc," "Sideboard," "Zero"
Jennlnge" nd Hygienic Water Flltera and Coolers,
Ico Cream Freezer.,
Giiiis,(Jiiii Mpples nnd Miiik' Kcj .s, 1'oh tier,
.Shot mid Caps,
Plows ! Plows ! Plows !
All .lies mado loonier, extra ktronc, by the Molina
Plow Co., eultnble for Sugar and lllcc Plantations,
Orub Breakers. llo.ton Clipper.
Paris Improved Steel Plows, tlllpln SulkeyTlons,
OX CHAINS. OX YOKES. OX BOWS,
Topsail Chains, Trice Chain.. Swlrcls,
Fence Wire, Barbed Wire iralnttd and Galtanlud),
Oalvanled and Blick Staples,
Fence Wlro Stretchers,
Superior Hemp Packing,
Juto and Cotton Twine, Basclnc Twine,
Shovels, Spades & Scoops,
Etn quality, made, to order.
Hoes "Crescent" lllcc. Cane and Garden,
Superfine Sa.li Cord,
Wlro 3ah Cord, Sash Weights,
Blacksmiths' and Hand Bollows
Peter Wright's Anvils, 1UU to 800 pounds,
VIsc Hand and Bench, C.iulMnz Irons,
Carriage nnd Cart Axles aud Springs,
Tuyere Irons. Machine. Carriage and Tire Bolts,
Bolt Ends. Nuts and Washers,
Best English nnd American Files,
Cordage Manila and Sisal, from 1-2 in. up,
Leather Helling anil Bolt Liclic.
Pure Lubricating Oils and Compounds.
Lubricating Cup of most approved patterns,
Standard Axle Urease, Glue, Ac. &c, &c.
Tho Bain VTnpn,
Tim Davis Iron Wncnn.
Hullidio'n Ilarbcd Wiro,
Albany Lubricating Compound,
nallidio's Talent Wiro Rope,
Avcrill's Mixed 1'aintfl,
Albany Cylindor Oil,
Continental Oil and Trnnsjiorlation Co ,
California Wiro Works.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
WO M Fort Street. Ilonoluln.
THOS. 0. THRUM'S, FORT ST., STORE,
Chromo Panels iinfrnined. Photo Panels,
In n variety of subjects, framed.
New Stylo Combination and Group Photo
Panels and Framed Pictures,
Ebony Frnmoo for Stand and Easel,
Hand and Stand Plato Mirrors.
WINDSOR AND NEWTON'S OIL COLORS,
Artists Canvas Mounted Boards.
A variety of Editions of tho
Revised New Testament.
al 1m Singly or Comparative.
HEBBARB'S EXPRESS !
Draj-ngo nnd Kxprcss Iltislness of nil kinds
Promptly Attended to,
By the undersigned. Office at ti'JIi King St., Honolulu,
W8m HENRY HEDDARD,
ARTESIAN WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu Iron Works
Is now prepared to
FURNISH PRICES AND SHOW SAMPLES
National Tubo Works Co'b Worko,
And to rnalie. contracts lo deliver It tn large or small
quantities In this city Ml 20 tf
WITH JHMKIII.VTI' rilHNfcfsMON THAT
very drslrable rrsldcnc No. IW Nuuanu
Avruue. containing eight rooms, kitchen, pantry, bith
room, aervants' room, coach house, stable and fowl
, II. Wl)
N. ST Mm
Blacksmiths' Outfit For Sale.
Ii'wu HKi.i.ituN, iiiMi'i.irrt:t i a.mvii
Hi) pouudst I Vl.e.l Sw; llio, k. Tools, etc., all
In good orJcr, lor sale la whole or Iu part.
Lots of Log Chains suitable fur I'lintallon use. Ka
quire or t ini
TVr VWVMU MKM l'JlH:iOSTAmIKI
the mauagement of I'attls, and Batter Ilaklog.
Apply to II. N. OKEKNWKLL.
Ct Koua, Hawaii.
All nnulals ennnMteil with the Ilepsrtmenl nflli'
Interior ir any tif lis Bureau In llouoluli umeetai
the Orflee nf Hie Chief Crrk on Friday HeplemW nd,
at II fi'clnek A M., lo printed lo pay Ihelr fesptels t
Iter llnysl lltihness the Prlriceis Itryenl at lha rrerp
Hon of that dale J, A. P. CAIiriill.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offlee, Angtitt Bdlli, IrSI,
Ilinrn Hat or Urn Ibirai. Iliiiriiisi rnr Pnrncrsa
A puhlli. reception will bi litbt by Iter Itnyal llleh
nrss the Princess llegerilal Alllolaiil Halo on Fridsy,
the Jinl day of September, at eevn o'clock A. M.
ladles nf Ilin Court will meet nt theroonia of the MWt
Ister of tho Interior at lOiOHo'elrck A. Jl
Memlier nf Ilia Legl.lallvn A.temhly and Privy
Councillors will meet at the rooms of Ilia Minister of
Finance at tOilOo'rhiek A M
Ladles and perillersen desiring In be pruse nt'd on
thla occasion will enter by Ihn main entrance, and on
leaving, take their carriages at the Queen HI. entrance.
Chamberlain' (Jflke, Aug VI, Wll. W
FIIIDAY, Heplember nd, IttT, IhTannlvensry of
the blrlhof llerltoyitl lltglineis tho Prlnti.s lligent,
will be observed as n national holiday, and all Govern
Inont offices throughout the the Klnpdom will bn closed.
II A. P. OAHTEII,
Minister of IhelnUrlor.
Interior Oftlce, Aug Dili IWI. FM U) U
AM persons having bills again. t the Hoard of Health
am hereby reque.ted to present them without delay at
the office of the Deputy Marshall
Agent Board of llrallh.
Approvcdi 11. A. P. CitiTitH,
President Board of Health.
Honolulu, Aug IMh, 1891, SI
Solo or Lioimo of Govnrnmnnt Iitnrla.
ON' TIIUIIHIIAY SF.ITEMIlEILoTir 1881 at the front
entrance of AL1IOI.ANI HALE at la o'clock noon, will
ha .old at Public Auction, the following Leases of
M' All that tract nf land, sluatrd In tin District of
liau, Island of Hawaii, and known aaKAALAIKI,
Terms. LeaaeS-t yean, upset price S7U per an
nnni, pnyablo semi annually tn advance.
3I A portion of the Government land known as
KUKUIUPAE. 1st and 2nd In South Koun. Ha
waii, containing lt 'J-IO acre. Terms. Leas
10 year., upset prlc $3J per annum, parable
annuall) In adsauca.
:iltl That tract of land, sllualcd In Hana, Maul, and
known as WAIKIU. Terms. Lease 10 years,
ntiset price $10 per arinnrnri, payable annually
4TIIKEPl'HI..ItuatedlnPaIoloVally, Oahu, con.
talulng ll' ncres. Tcnns. Lease 10 years,
up.it price J75 per annum, paynblo siml-an
nually In advance.
fJ Til IIOICUIILA, n track of Government land be
tween Walhco pasture and Kallallml, district of
Makawao, Island of Maul, Terms. Lea. e 10
years, upset price, $M) pir annum, payable
semi-annually In advance'
Til KAMAEK, a tract of land situated between the
lands of Hakalau nnd Uniauma, district of llllo,
Hawaii. Terms. Lease 15 years, up.ct price
Saw per annum, payablo semi-annually In ad
vance. (Also at same time and place will be told as follows -.)
MAD, eltuatid in Kallhl-traena, on the main road
and containing 10 12-1C0 acres. Upset price $10
Also at samo lime and place will be sold, FOUIl
BUILDING LOTS No's SOI and !1 and IMand 167, on
King and Young Streets', Halaokahua plains, Oahu,
tin.et price $100 each lot-
For surveys and other particulars nn all of the above,
apply at this ofilcc. II. A. P. CAllTEIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Licenses Expiring in Ausfust, 1881.
3 Gen Man, Nuuanu St., Honolulu
Atlfo, Nuuanu Si.. k
V! Ah Soon, S iilkane, Koolaupoko,
1 Chas. Long. Merchant St., "
W. H. Place, Maunakea bt., "
t Wong Wo, Tsuunnti St., "
c Mo Mahelona, Wiilanae, "
U John Ltol. King St., "
ISA. Inscl, King St.. "
IS Ah Sen, Karootlllll, "
IB l.nn Pen, Knmollilll, . '
If, V. E. Foster, Fort St.. "
I'J II. Marsh. Knpulau.u, King 31., "
21 Ahlna, Nuuanu St., '
SJ Sam bing, Hcela, Koolsupoko,
25 A. W. PelrceACo, Queen St., "
31 S. Magnlu, Fort St.,
1 Lcong Fat. Wnllukn,
2 G. Ahsec. Kula.
2 Quonq Fong, Hamaknapoko,
a Lnm Chop, Puuakohau, Lahaltia,
SO Ahulil, Kaupo, liana,
4 All Young & Alien, Hawl, N. Kohala,
o Cluing Sam, Kapaau. N. Kohala,
10 0. Afong, Pipcikeo, llllo.
IS Apu L Aitul, Napoopoo, Sonth Kons,
17 C Wo A Co. Kohala,
15 Amana, Kukulhacle. Hamakua,
20 W Dart. Honokaa, Hamakua,
21 Aklm, Faunela, llamnkua,
21 Aklnl, Honopneo, North Kohala.
2S V II Itcca. llllo,
J Wight. Hatawa. North Kohala,
al Ano, Pala, Hamakua,
M A W Pelrce A Co, Queen St. Honolulu,
21 II Bradley, corner King and Fort St,
21 Jas S Lemon, Comratrclal Hotel,
2 Macfarlano & Co.Kaahumanu St,
2 Chaa Long, Merchant St,
12 J Lalke. Punahoa. llllo.
14 J. F. Alull A N Kcpolk.it, Kabulul, Mam,
2 Chung Pnl, Ilanalcl, Kauai.
2 Ah Sen. Kauahuhu, North Kchala,
3 Akao, Walluku,
4 Wing Wo & Co, Nnuana St, Ilonoluln,
7 Ahuna. Walluku.
0 Chong Sing & Co, Halswa. North Kobala,
10 Sam n Fung d: Co.Jlotcl St, Honolulu,
12 Atal, Hllo,
16 linn Chong. Walmea, Kauai,
23 Sam Sing, Hcela,
'Si Yee Sum, Punahoa. llllo,
25 Leon Drjean, Hotel St, Honolulu,
a N Perry, Fish Market, Honolulu,
R G W C Jones, Kau,
7 Sam Hook, North Knhsla,
15 J K Sylva. Fish Market, Ilonoluln,
IS Pomalkal. Walbee.
18 W. Bell, N. Kohala,
25 Ahlpa, Kau,
30 Jas Tolbcrt,
The follow InR are the caaea brought beforo the
Polloo Court for tho -wtek past: A. A. Crenel,
drunkenneas, bail .C, forfeited. James Brown,
malicious injury, uollt pruaiqul entered. Jacob
Nuilson. nod Uku, drunkennean, forfeited $G bail
each. Kuikallno, w,, Keauwelo, w., Kanaina, w,,
Autiie, v,, nnd Punnla, w charged with beiue dis
orderly persons, nolle pruijul entered In rasa of
Kuiknlino. 'llio others found guilty and sentenced
to onu montlm' imprivinruunt at hard labor, nnd
il cobts each. Cha. Williams nnd John Moron,
drunkennesM, forfeited C bail each. Kaln. k.,
charged with cwnplns from custody whllo on pas
wiKO from Hawaii to Honolulu, seutanced to threo
months' imprisomuent at hard labor and $1 costs.
Aukai, drunkenness, fined $i and $l.tt) costs,
l'aele, same charRC, fined ?A nnd $1 coats. Chaa.
March, and I'ntsy Carter, drunkenness, fined $5
nml If I costs each. Afat, drivinp; without lichts,
fined $5 nnd 81 costs. Kealaike, assault and bat
tery on his wlfo, fined $1.1 and $1 costs. Civil
Cibea. A. W. lllcbardnon, vs.Chune Kau. assump
sit, (totenusnt cauiesses luugment lor fisu ami
rUT, costs, O. NVe8t.vs.uHaninaaupo,nasumpiitt,
defendant confosaea jadgment for f'-, costs taied
at ?3.M. Filder A lirodie, vs. Cha Nee, denertlng
bound service, ordered to return to employers and
pay $3 costs. W. It. CasUc, administrator vs.
lieuito Querroro, settled out of court. Aki 4 Al vs.
Wong Muck Che, action for Trespass Judgment
for defendant. Amieal noted to Intermediary
Court. Kapakaula, vs. il. G. C'orria, action in tlio
caso. judgment for defendant. Mannol Francis, vs.
KailiuUula, action in cake, judgment for plalntiiT.
Henry, vs. heave, assumpsit, judgment for plaintiff.
Wilder & Co., vs. Keokllieia, descrtinf; bound ser
vice, ordered return to erutilojers and pay 3 costs.
Wilder A. Co., vs. liao ana Kekalia, settled out of
court. Filder and Brodia, vs. Chins Ming, desert
lng bound service, ordered to return lo employer
and pay ?l conts.
Ma. Bucx has brought down in tho . II, Atmy
a theatrical troupe, at the bead of which stand
Mr. Edwin Browne and Miss Jennie Boyer, Tbs
sensou opens with "Good h Gold," at the new
Theatre this evening. Miss Boyer has studied at
Milan, and has recently ctveii great aatlsfactlon
by ber concerts in Kau Francisco, Mr. Drownu
has lately returned from n succc-Mful tour in tho
Colonies. Wo hoiw their talents may bo tocos
ulnd here by overtlovtinR bouhco.
Tux Band alter their abacenco from the city for
several necks returns again to enliven us with
tholr atralus. The following is tho programme,
for this afternoon, Utjinuiuu at 4JU, at Kmiua
March -llubertns. ,......,.. ..Unrattu
tlnrluro Uell.ario ...,.,...,..,... Donuelll
lUIUd-The Me.sag ......llluroooth.
Polka- Uupld'a Arrow..., ................... i.Knoblocl:
bdectloa Tbs 1'urluus Uelllcl
OS 5- -HI. Ill -3iT sx
Ilnainooa Aitnllt'a Nolls s.
All sdverlliemrnts for (he Hsrcniitr t'nrss most he
rfit nt by Friday noon. No Insertions for lh current
l.tue ean li guaranteed when seal In later
Adterllsers will mark the nnmber of Insertions d
slrsd, from whlrli dst they charge. Any notitiwaiked
will ba charge,! H Month.
TIIGH II. TIIHUM. Ilmlness AaenU
NOTKU OP THi: WKUK.
O.i 'I'm relay llio barltt'tilltio II'. . Dlmomt U-ik
In it larRo riimnllly of vr t titifjrtr Hint loikr llko
Tnr. amnll-ivii iii.irnritlno tllatrlct Is s!mmU1
nrwpl by n fnw- lo-r km nlioyitlmtinl tliOKtonnds
llko imiwiay Hplritri.
Tun iitonm roller tmo'l In nwMMnMnn oor
slreeU finds cry ntictiKenlal wnnlher mi tfuini
nil ro.ul, mid had lo return I'
viwn twicotiiia wtet.
Tuts CnrmnlUro riuollnil iniKi.nl lo u held at
llio (lovcrninotit Hotiiwj on Wnlnswlay wan jKt
)tnil, nn moat of llio Kelillerncri of lira OiinrrillU-o
nro out of lrn.
Ok Mondiy Innl llio wind changed round U) llio
iviuthvtnril nml trcfil'il nato aovarnt henry ahownrn
iliirlnu Hint day, anil hnvo bu-ti rrcacnt dtirlnu
A rtJiTthmiKi sign of )riToaii tlmcti In Jlono
Itilu inny ho rvcli In Iho bnlldlnp; ImproveinenU In
ojH'rntlon on every hnni). Quito n nuburh ban
nrlm n nt Ihn foot of I'onthbowl.
Owmn V) Iho prcvailenco of atnal.Ku InHydncy
tho Minister of Interior his ordered rillols nol V
hriiiK In Hlo.imcrn from tint jxjrt till thoy havo
Ircii boarded by n Health olllcor.
Wtsnotlco that Hop YIcko;Co.,haYo pullej down
Iho idd luirrlnui ahop lately occnplcd by O. West,
nml In ltn liUi'o tlii'V nro bnlldlnp nn addition lo
lliolr rilroiiuy oiti'itsfvo restaurant.
Hia i:r. II. A. r."c7rU-r deaircs in stalo that nil
Iho noeliUc of Honolulu aro rcrjuestod to pirtl
ripntn In llio celobrallon of tho return of Kl:i(
Kiilakau.i from his tour of tho world.
I'nr.ATA. In n jwrtlonof our last Issue Iho Tnei
day overling's subject by Mr. M. i. llallenbeck,
In tho account of his mrrvlce. should havo read,
"How tuUctnt tho Drinking -Men."
A rciirrcr nitworlc of tclephono wires may I
sem tlirtndlriK Iho principal thoroughfares of
Honolulu, 'X hsro nor iwtwevn 'Aft nnd IKX) miles of
wiro up now and as much more on tho way.
The commllteo on decoration is Industriously at
work on plans for our lrnioKlnj display with which
to welcome homo King Knhikaua. Tho commitU-o
on HubHCriptions has donu nothing in .Its lino jet.
l'jtoTooiurns of Miss Jennie Bojcr, tho nightin
gale of tho new Theatrical company, ornament tha
windows of our leading ntjrcs, and usually nccom
purikd by a very uood set of likeness of Mr. YA
Ho;tYKTon-Gr.!JKJUr. Aloiander intends 'publish
ln n valuable acriulsltion lo lileraturo nnd exact
knowlidgo uion tlio physical features of tho Is
land, in the form of n rejKirt, to bo presented to
tho next Ltgjslature.
MonE Goon Stock, 'llio Alnvj brought two
splendid Jersey cows, "Bello" No. 10 and "Queen"
No. 81, from tho well-known farms of 1'clcr Btxo
it Hon. These cows wero importod by Ltine & Co.,
for C. II. Parker Esq., for his Molokai dairy.
The old shod heretofore occupied by Charles
Wilson ns n blacksmith shop was pulled down this
week : it stood on Government land, just north of
tho Custom IIoubo, on Fort Btreet. So disposition
lias jtt been made of the lot by tho Government.
On tho arrival of tbo Camden her Celestial cook
lmk French lenvo. Ah tho vessel was owinir him
about ?30 and another ehif dt cutine was readily
obtained, Captnin Swanton didn't think it worth
while to procuro a warrant for tho absentee's
The upper floor of Mr. Campbell's new building
on Tort street is being fitted up ns a Lodge Boom
for tho Knights of Pythian and othor Societies. It
will Ira large and well-arranged, nnd willjirnvou
great attraction nnd comfort compared with their
1'noonEss on the fino brick structures of Mr. S.
G. Wilder and Mr. Jas. Campbell, on the corners
of Fort nnd Queen utrects has been arrested owing
to exlianstiou of tho brick supply. A cargo U ex
pected daily from San Francisco, when operations
will bo resumed.
Wz would call tho attention of whom it may con
cern, to the disgraccf ol btatu of tho wooden side
walks in Nuuanu street. Not only are they a depot
for refuse, but they are also positively unsafe:
rickety, full of holes, and a thorough disgrace to a
town like Honolulu.
The family carriage of Mr. Mark Robinson was
taken to G. West's shop on threo wheels for re
pairs tbo other morning. It seems the family had
ridden in it safely home, but in drawing it out of
tho carriage-house next morniDcnn axle nut broko
off, nnd a hind wheel went bowling away.
On Tuesday evening next at tha Fort Street
Church, Mr. HailonLeck, tho Evangelist, -Rill hold
n prniso and song service at tbo usual hour. This
promises to be a service of nnusual interest. A sim
ilar ouo was held during his visit in Portland, O.,
at the noon hour, when over TOO persons attended.
The Rev. Mr. Bishop is at work upon a map of
Wnikiki, tho details of which he is filling in. The
district which is n verj large one presents an ap
parently Inextricable labyrinth of individual
properties. It is one of thoso microscopies plena
of liandiwork for which tbo Rev. gentleman is
The old wharf at Brewer's which fell in on Juno
fith has been repaired nnd extended, the new front
ueing ten reel in nuvance or tue oiu one, tuu.i n
large ship may be berthed at the end ol tho new
wharf, without interfering with another which
may be placed at right angles n.ong the sides of tbo
St. Louis College will be re-opened on Mon
day, September Cth, as a boy's day-school nnder
tho direction of tbo llev. Father Clement of tbo
Catbotia Mission. Tho best wishes of tho com
munity will follow the Rev. Father in bis educa
tional effects, which will doubtless be attended
with large success.
We are favored by Mr. C. J. Lyons with tho fol
lowing measurement particulars of tho Hilo Lava
flow. The west branch of tha Hilo stream where
it stopped, is just n mile from the Court House.
Tho east branch stopped Il.tXX) feet from tho Wai
akea Mill, and being much the lowest was the moro
The new Kanmakapill church walls are built to
tho second story, for which the floor joists aro laid.
Progress is, howaver, arrested hero through ex
haustion of tho brick supply, a cargo of which is
expected daily. Judging from tho grace and sub
sUutial nature of these walls the new church will
bo a prido to Honolulu.
Rev. Dr. Dauon will preach in tho Bethel to
morrow morning, nnd Rev, Dr. Hydo in the Fort
street church Mr. llallenbeck will lecture at Ka
waiahao church to-morrow moruing be will also
addresj tho children tof Bethel church Bahbath
School. In tbu evening the usual revival exer
cises will be held in Fort street church.
Last Wednesday Mr. B. T. Dillingham, with his
son, bad a narrow iscapofrom serious injury by
tha capsizing of the wagon, partly loaded, in which
they wcra driving home, at the nnflniidied rud
work just beyond the stone church ; the shafts
wero broken short off, but fortunately no damage
or injury olhornise.
Wr. are glad to welcome such an Importation to
our shores as that brought by tint SW-' n Wed
nesday t SOT adults and 1H3 children, is a goodly
accession of strength to ourUboriug population,
as we believe, the bulk of these to Ixi agricultural
laborers, mechanics, etc., oto. For the prexnt
they are landed at the quarantine station at
Tui British bark SufuH; which arrived here
from St. Michaels, made tha pasugo from that port
in 103 days, daring which twelve children were
born aboard, and two women died. The veiel'
census is summed up as follow) 8J married coup
les, 121 unmarried mn, lit spinsters and 163 chil
dren, making 470 In all. She also brings about 100
tons of (relent.
His Royal Highness the lYinoe&s Regent will
celebrate her biithday by holding a publio recep
tion In the Government building on Friday morn
ing next. She will be attended, by the ladies of tha
Court, Nobles and Privy Council, DinloruAtio and
Consular Cori will ba receired at 10JM a.m. In th
.chambers of tha Minister of Interior, aud the gen
eral publio from U o'clock till noou.
Fon soma time before Mr. FurneAux' gallery iu
tha Government building was opened yesterday
morning, throngs of ladies and gentlomen hod
fathered to view hi aketahen of tha YoteaiM and
ava-ttovr. Throuehoo I tha dav tha anutiaant vraa
; moruor littadenauly luoked by loversof art. Tha
coilecuou i a unique oua anu rvarou grvai erouu
upon Mr. Furneaux as u artkt of ability and
fidelity to UAtare. He Uas aTsUaJ kiawalf ol op-
twrtnnltlf s which nn imo of the pyiwnl generation
may aver mi again.
HwimMKS will hiv an oppwlunlly nf wllnas
ln Ihn much talked of Irot llwwi "Commodore"
wid "Oliver' this afternoon nt Ihn Park. 'lb
im. Leiwerii "Mark Twain" and "Blackthorn,"
willed was also oitpon"I last 'InrwJsy, will bo
contmlsd nt thossma plara Indavr IlkMrla tbo
trolling watch betwnett "(liy)rg Treat" and "Oo
quetle.'' 'I ho first racn Is down for 2Sf) r..
II. It. II. The I'aiKMBs IIHMr nnd Hulle, II. It.
II. Princess Idkellke, 111 r.r Oov J. O. Dorniiils,
H. II. Kekaulikn, Governess of Hawaii, Hon, i, M.
Knpena. Hmu II. Kuihelanl. Htm. J. K. Bush, Hon.
II. Htlrllrig wrn among ths irtMtigi'r by the
lAttlk. II. II. II. Ihn Prlncw it. -gent remains
hero for her blrlhlsy 8irt. W, whleb will lx lield
ns n publio holiday, and then prooed on her tour
to Kausl ami Maul.
A mbois throng of triple gatberod nt tha old
Custom Wrnxin wharf when tha ,wy cams along
sl.Io on Tuosday morning and nUvA there gazing
nt her paewrigcril with critical s-ys la km Iho now
cotntdy comjisny from Hsn Kranclaoo. Browne
the manager, says all tho ldii-s of the coininy
wero nick from too llrno thoy left Han -Frat'"bvxi
llll they slghtl Iho Wands, wbera they hoi lo
havo a six week's run.
Tnr Intelligent Magistrate of Wairrv.s who
conducts potlca matters has committed rt
wutuau for arson nnd sundry other offence.
Judge Judd's notion of law Is rvo dllfcrent from llio
Mngistrato's that ho Ins ordered tins worfian to la
returned, on thn ground that tho functionary has
gono lieyond tbo Jurisdiction of his olllco, lllwlng
neccs4uiry that sucii verdicU should bo rendered by
a jury prior to his or Iit eHiillmeut.
The HIslcrhood of the Sacred Heart hve bad no
vaottlon from their educational duller, nor do they
exp"ct any. Ihelr llfo Ixdng dovoteil l lliat vsca
lion. While llio day school ncbolars were absent
on account of tlio smallqMi, tho Iriardlng cb'l
was wntlnued as usual, and now that tho boarders
nro having vocation the day schools ore In attend
nnco. On Monday Bptirrilr Itb, the boarders
will return aud resume their studios.
Oa Monday morning our worthy Pollco Magis
trate had an nrray Uforo him, which look the
whole crowd of l'ollcfl luonger aback. Five
maidens stood leforo bis Honor, clad in thoso
mnscullne gnrmcnls which nro not ruvntlonabln In
jwllto society. They had evidently been having n
lark his Honor not appreciating tho earnaval
esque jwrformauce, rent triern for n month's rusti
cation to the government jail of Honolulu.
The Minister of Interior deierves grest credit
for bis recent order requiring Iho erection of n
comfortable homo in tho Leper Settlement for
young girls exclusively. It has corno to his knowl
edge that there are several young girls nflllctel by
that terrible disease, while their ircnts disclose
no nymptoms of it. As thcro has been no M-rnrato
nbodo on Molokai for girls. Mr. Carter could not
find it In his heart to banish these from home to
n place where they were certain to he contaminated
by a wild, reckless rlaas of boysj wherefore bis
order, nnd which will nasuro parents that their
loved ones will find a comfortable, quiet homo
under tho protection of kind and thoughtful
All maps of old surveys, nnd other available data
wero sent this week by Surveyor-General Alexander
to Mr. J. M. Lydgale, who is in Kohala district,
Hawaii, making surveys of details, tho district be
ing already surveyed for triangulation. It is pro
posfid to make tho survey when complete, as nearly
Ierfect as (scientific knowledge, good instruments,
closo observation nnd conscientious effort can ob
tain. It is well that Prof. Alexander takes tbbi
prido in his oflicial duties, becauso tho boundary
lines of valuable property aro thus unalterably
fixodbvhim. His methods are tbo same as thevo
ndopteil by tho United States Coast Survey, which
liavo recently been adopted by Now York, and
more lately by MoKsacbuscttc.
PfDLio School matters aro undergoing con
flderable change, tho popular demand among tho
B ativea for nn Kngllsh education calls for a largo
lincreaso of Weber, more schools, and greater
i acilities generally. Mr. A. Pratt, well-known to
our community returns to Punaboti as Vice
President, Mr. J. A. Cone, recently of tbo
Fort street School leaves on Monday next
for Mjtui, and will bo succeeded by Mr. M. M.
Scott, from Japan, who is said to bo a fino scholar
nnd thorough drainer. Another stranger, Dr. T.
H. Rose, of San Francisco, will take charge of the
school at Waihoo, Maui : J. A. Moore, from tbo
same city will conduct a newly-opened school in
Libne, KnuaL Other arrivals are daily expected
to report for duty on tbol2lh prox., when all
tho BchooU in tho Kingdom will ro-open.
A raw Honolulu people still remain in HUo.
The crater of Kilauea is moro active at present
than is has been for several months past.
Mb. Montaso has returned to Hilo from Kilauea
with a number of fine photographic views.
The weather at Hilo was nnusualy clear and
pleasant daring the stay of the last lot of people
Tree hospitality of Hilo has recently been taxed
to the utmost in accomodating tho largo number
of visitors that havo l,een among them.
Tnc artesian well at Mabukona is down one
hundred and ninety feet. The boring apparatus
got fast to the bottom of the well and has delayed
work for several days.
The Court is now in session in Ililo. The term
was postponed to August 18th, on account of the
prevalence of small-pox in Honolulu. There are
a large number of cases on the calendar but good
progress is being made.
The large number of passengers who left Hono
lulu and ports on the other islands to see the lava
flow were very much disappointed to find that it
had coased flowing. Tho only places where tho
monlten lava can bo seen is at two vents some
three miles from Hilo.
A rum of four or five young men from Hono
lulu started for Kilauea on Friday (lOthj. They
travel on foot, camping by the way, and take a
pack mule to carry provisions nnd tent. Another
party of four left last Saturdjy morning on horse
back for tha same place.
The l.lktllie carried a largo cargo of freight for
Laupahochoo on her last trip up, and after binding
her Hilo passengers and freight on Thursday
morning returned to the former place to land her
cargo. Sho returned to Hilo again on Fridsy
morning and sailed that evening lor Honolulu.
Mahckoju is quito an important shipping port.
Several hundred packages of freight are brought
up trora Honolulu by each trip of the UltUir. It
is tho shipping point for Kohala nnd surrounding
districts. On Iho last trip up of the IJttUk there
were about n dozen wagons, (some drawn by four
hores) and n large number of pack animals at the
landing to carry off tha freight.
Wailuwj, Mani, has rcjalced during tho past
fivo months in an organixatlon known as tbo
"Young Men's Mntnsl Improvement Sceietr."
Tho object of tho union, ns Its title implies, is for
tha mutual improvement of joung men, who have
secured tha auxiliaries of a reading room and
gymnasium. In tho former aro files of the Katuh
rUT PniAS, llaicaliin GonlU, Patifie Ctmnttrtial
Adrtrtiur, llarjHr1 and t'ivk Lttlif ilngntim,
J'lixch, A'sio Fort Clifptr, San Francisco Jlla,
London OrapSit and AVie 3VJL- OturtlnHan
the first three and last two mentioned ticing con
tributed. By way of games, che&s, checkers, back
gammon, dominoes, and cards are added. 'Ins
gymnasium is furnished with trapexe, bar. dumb
bells, IndiMi clubs, rings, weights, clc It Is large,
well lighted and airy, being tho building adjoining
the Anglican Church nnd used as a schoolroom
during the day. Tha reading room is an addition
thereto and is foand a plea&sut resort, Mr. Hlg
gins, a gentleman of ability in that direction con
tribute his services, as instructor In gymaaatio
drilling, there being two classes a week, ana for
Mr. Gruscr'a night school and tha other for for
eigners. Tbo officers of tha society are Kay. 0. E.
Groser President J Mr. Higgjna Vico President
and Secretary t K. W, Ilarrurit Treasurer ; J, W,
Girvin, J, II. Gibson, and John Fcaly in union
with tha officers constitute tha Board of Directors.
Already tha membership numbers over thirty.
Places of Worsiip.
SsAvetx'sBxvuiL Ktv t 0 Catc on. Chaplain.
strttu near tha sailors' Hon. I'ruchtag it II i x
Stilt free, jabtalh school txfer theraorulo; icnlce,
Prajcrmcifiaoa vvedacsdsy tTtaiugs al Tls oMk.
Fori SrMiT Cnrncu Kev W yrear. Pastor, dfcnicr
of art and Bentanla ttneta. l'reachlse on ftcndsjt
jt 1 1 A M and JVi r a bsbUath Schc-ol at 10 a K.
Hr Avcaiw's CATurua-iL L'cglltb senlctsi Kt Hrv
tha Bishop of lluaololu aud H.i Tbos Blickbom. Ha.
waltan .nrtcs Htr Alex Uuklelosk. S-W, Holy
CornmuBtotu u.J. Matins and Sennoa (Huvattaa), II,
Mstlns. Litany and eermon (Caell.h)s I, Kven.oog
(lUwalianli 7.J, Kvtn.onc acd srut lLnr.lt.at.
Hymns tnajlUb), iaornl;i 1, III, US) vott.
Itotx (Javmouo Cndbcvi- Cadet lb tbireff of lit
llev Bishop X.l;tt. assisted by llev 'alber lUrnsBBl
Fort slu.l, near Bsnuaia. txrvices vvery bandsy at
10 A and 3rx.
KAWAitUAoCucacu-ltev II It larker. Patter, Kl
street, abov lb I'alaet. Services In llawaltaa. every
Sunday sill ah. sabtMtb School at W a ju Ktsalng
services al TVs o'clock, allernatinir with KanKakatdtt.
in.inciiortiiafs in vanotts cafxis
Btutg every n swiesoay at , i r
KABKAKAnu CutneM TUv H Ksaea. Paslar, Brra
taola street, near XattaitH, ttrv4s la Utwtllta srery
riMday at Kli a at. SsWatb Sbl sfHi a . Kvea
tag ff Ices at Tit o'thMk, altarotilajr 4th Kawatakaii
Pfier nwsUrnr. tvtry W4a4ay it TVj r .
An Appeal to the Public, li. , .
Walinre len sqt)el.l in publish I, i'
lng report which lias bri iitMnfnwMl A"k,i3Tl
by IheTrnsliMi of the College. They have belo
several muHlnes and given tha subject a thorough
elimination. Already, o understand that imn
fifth of ilia amount, roqulrod ha b"n received,
VHffi) U nleolukty need'xl, ami it is hoped Ibis
amount will x forthcoming beforo Iba 1st of
January 142, and 10JO is already in tho Trt-ia-urer's
At tho mn ling of lb Hoard held, on Thursday
last, the llev. Dr. Damon, nnd His Hon. ir A. Y.
Judd, werosppoIrilM arynntnllU U) nol lei t sob
scrlpllons. Must hi-trtily we oornmnd Ibe
careful perusal of this luport lo the atUntion of
our readers and the Public.
To tl-')iiril of Truth tt of Oihn CiAU'it t't b
OormnllU-o lei whom was refened the mailer of
Msrninlng, considering, and rrportlng tho moat
desirable plan at present for the Irnprutement of
tho oollego projxrty, ami lo rm-t tho demand of
tha nusr fulurn mpectfnlly r port as followa
Th.-y havoaoveral times risilod and Inspect"!
tha buildings of tha Institution at Punshoq, and
find them generally In great td of repolror
1 lie school building Is now In a very fair UU
of repair, but Its uv-fnlnc can tK-rhsp L
lucreasnd if the plan blow alwll l auV;dd.
'I bo two main stone dwellings, solar asws.ll
aro concerned are In good condition, but the con
necting adobo one-story structure, tb three wlrtis
and tha kitchen depsitment nro In a deplorable
sUto of ebcay. and must rvxm recelva very exten
lo repairs If ruit Ix, almost rtbuill. They may
last for somstlmo longer, but their old time ue-fulnc-M
Is very nearly departed. In addition lo
this, their appearantn Is such as to do potitiva
discredit Ui the school.
To rustoro tha building on their ptm-ni plan,
n n (ovl condition must cost tevcral tlwisanil
dollars, a "1 at tlvi cmplellon ol such relr, wo
shall bavt then nothing but low, small rooms for
any purj v, and for that of culinary and dining
loom moro '-specially, positively Inruificleut.
It appears evident then fore, that tho time has
arrived when oomelhlag must be done In the Una
of building if we woold liavo lba school reUln It
foremost (sjaitlou and lake a still higher position
in tbo future.
Several plans have Ixn preaentnl and discuswl
by jour Committee, but that which en on lba
vrhola most advisable, and which Ibey unani
mously re-commend Is Iho erection of n three-slory
brick or stone building filling the space bctwcn
the present two stone dwellings bat considerably
wider, as will appear mora fully by plans and
drawing herewith submltbnL
Such a building will be of alio eulTJcieut to con
tain a commodious dining-room, library, and
muslo parlor; with wm minor offices besides
It will contain spaoo for several good, well venti
lated sleeping rooms nnd should bo built with
Henoo your Committee recommend, that the
public should bo invited to con tribute the sum of
if.VJX), for tha erection arid completion of a build
ing as above described. W. B. Castle.
K. B. Dole,
Sau. C Dakob.
Honolulu, August 6th, 1881.
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
IrOSDOX, August 5tb, In tbo Ilouto of
LordB, in comrnit''c, tbo consideration of
clnuso 7th of tbo Land Bill was resumed
Lord Salisbury, Conservative, moved a
Rtnv of proceedings under tho Act, and that
tho rent of tbo holding should not bo re
duced on account of any sum paid by a
tenant or his predecessor on coming into a
holding. Lord Salisbury ctid be bad as
sented to tbo second reading in tbo hops
that this amendment would bo accepted.
Tbo GoTcrnmcnmcnt opposed tbo amend
ment, llany of tho Conservative and also
6omo of tho Whigs asked Lord Saliebnry
not to press bis amendment, which vraB car
ried by a vote of 157 to 110.
Tho amendment apparently aims to pre
vent the transferring of tho tenant's in
terest of tho landlord's1 estate.
Tho clauses of the bill up to clauec 11th
havo been adopted.
Liveepool, August 2d. jlcGrath and
McKcvitt, having pleaded guilty to tho
attempt to blow up tbo Tovrn Hall, tho
jury found them guilty of causing an
explosion, with intent to endanger life aud
damage tho Town Hall. JlcGrath ttssi
found guilty also of a knowledge of tho
explosion at tho polica ofBce in May last.
JlcGrath was sentenced to penal servitude
for lifo and JlcKcvilt for 15 years.
Tho Daily JvYic says Bradlaugh's
formal communication leaves no doubt in
regard toil!! intentions. Booms in tho
Clock Tower havo been prepared for him.
Tdkis, July 28th. Over 1.500 Arabs
have advanced to lladonts, siz kilometres
Four Europeans and three Arabs havo
been murdered on tbo road to Tuuis.
Thoro is great excitement. The Bey has
ordered tbo removal of the bridgo of boats
Pbotweon Goletta and Radcnts.
Anothor telegram from Tunis says that
the Arabs can be seen within four miles of
Tunis. Great alarm continues and many
shops are closed. Crowds of fugitives aro
coming in from tbo direction where the
Arabs bavo been 6een. The Bey baa
placed artillery on tho road leading to Go
letta. At Sfax tho French are only masters vt
tho ground thoy stand on. It is unsafe to
vonture outside of the gates.
Loxdox, July 28th, A Paris correspond
ent of tho Twits says that the reason for
hastening tbo dato of the general election
is that General Soui&sicr, the French com
mander in Algeria, sent a conGdential re
port to Paris that a serious insurrection
might bo expected to break out iu Septem
ber. Great efforts would then havo to bo
made, aud a formidablo army sent to Africa.
Perhaps the mobilization of tboarmy would
even bo necessary. In short, it would bo
needful to take rapid and decisive steps,
which might causo uneasiness among tbo
electors. This caused the Government's
alteration of tho election time, as if in Sep
tember, tho country is confronted with a
serious African campaign, the elections
might bo seriously compromised, and a for
midable nrgumcut afforded to the Opjtosi
tion. Loxdox, July 26th. The corrtpoodenca
between England and France relating to
affairs in Tripoli has been issued, and a dec
Yuttch from Lord Granville, Foreign Minis,
ier, to Lord Lyons, Ambassador to Franc,
on tho 15tb instant, state that in view of
tbo questioned incorporation of Tripoli in
the Turkish Empire, as well as in proximity
to Egypt, ller JJajenty'a Government could
not regard any interference whaterer, or
disruption on mo part oi rranco in inpoii,
in the samo manner as they viewed the oc
currence in TqdTs.
Lord Lyons having laid the substance of
the above despatch before the French For
eign Minister, wafassared that France re.
garded Tripoli as an indisputable part of
the Ottoman Empire, and had no intention
whatever cither of invadiog it or of attempt
iog to etttblish any exclusive or predomi
nant influence in that country,
Tho remonstrance which hid been ad
dressed to the Porto had been mild aad
friendly, and had not been made until
Franco had very good reauoM to believe
that Turkish emit&ariee from Tripoli had
been stirring op disaffection in Taste. The
Porte had been warned of the danger vrkiet
must essae if fire was lighted in Tripeli
whieh should spread to Tun'w, end he k4
heea assured that if, contrary to .her Itsf
and wishes, Franco wrs drives to tsUiiary
measure, she would take defensive
urtM only, and Freseh treof would w4
cross the country of Tripoli.
ttf McLCAK ilUUS.