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Iluslnea. for Iho week hat maintained a degree of
animation consequent upon the lute. Influx of dccp-eea
vends with merchandise nf all klmtt for this market.
Out wharves, with the loading unit discharging, and the
Wtllngof trams liaek and forth, present ft bnsy ap
pearance, and with this supply of lirlelc now it hunil
lnilldlnir operations tent 'i .i i i, suspended have been
resnmid. Ilif.ntl i. . ' v.,rtle for a contin
uance, of acllve bo inti.rn tilnns of an Improved and
permanent e.u.s fr.-so.n-umc to cui.ie. This Is a di
rect bne Ot to many brnnehe of trade iind tutor that so
pe rmeates o.u iv ,,o community that ill may be mid to
Tin ITrniji a on premhes fronting on Merchant St..
liars bs.cn Kn'fl for a term of yearn, and a two-story
building win shortly be krc'd In place" of the old one,
"ringing It out on a iinu with the (treet, and flltc.l up
for (tore. Other Improvements are contemplated,
somo nf which are now under negotiation, which will
greatly Iniproto prominent business quarters If carried
The sale of leases ami lands at Alllolanl Hale on the
Kth lint, reiulted rcry aatufactorlly. Kaalalkl, sllnate
In Kan, leaned for !H years for $11 per annum. Knknl.
opae, In Kona, 1,V( O-.D cre, 1" years at $70 per annum.
Wnlklu, In liana. Maul, 1(1 yeara at JoS per annum
HoKunla, In jtakawau, HI yean at $U per annum.
Kamaee, In the Dlstrlrr of llllo. 15 yeara at t per an
num, Nlan.sltiialoln Kallhl. rontainlnu; 10 PMls) acred,
old for f.').,r acre, whll ' the four Iota on the Plaint,
Tfos.ail, Jtf, 107 and H- bmiigut 31,".
Our late, t advices fiinn ."'it'i l'raiielco are to the SHth
nit., by tho Zealandl.i. No . i m In reporied In sugar
quotations, whilo rh a-nl 'iioinaeiff- have inclined, on
nceoiintof large stock . i ,,-u i fmslncss In general
la repnrteil ncthr (ml rut lime not nuuerlally changed
from tlioae given lait month.
The exports thla makhir I n sn.VI, the Wm IJ
Irwin being the only ("llcnifi outward, cpcctingto
Icavo for ban tau lco to-day. Tho inlan-
dla for tho Colonic loo'l but a small lot of produce,
and the Kusarln for an t'rauclico took but eurflclcttt
for nailing trim, The large number of vessels on the
berth at this season of the year makes It alow In secur
We fnrnUh herewith Iho Months' Export Table for
Augunt, as also the totals for the elg'.il nionihn prcvloui
which shows fi very luiidsoiiie tola) of 3I..VJI,'XU.M.
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t V !.": ai i - i ii- vuller. 0 dayn and lSVi
liti'ir .f ii 'i frauclaco
Mm l.tk like. I,' n Hnwall and Maul
atm Kluue.i 'I. .. 'rom K.1I111I11I,
0 llrtt bkidieron. llurvey, lOUdaya from Liver
pool 7 Stm ,Tan Mitkee, from Kauai
Hcb Kiilnmuna, from Koholalcle
8 Haw i-cli Kalmu, Klbling, 11 dayn from Cbrlnt-
9 Stmr I.eliui. from Molnkal nnd liana,
Slmr Mokolll, from Knolr.ii.
10 Stmr Kllauea Hou, from Kahulul.
t PMSS Zenlar.dla, Chevalier, for Sydney
& aim i.eiiun ror.'iniuKai unu nana
Htm Mokolll, for Koolau
ft Htm I.IU-IIHl-, for Maul and Hawaii
Him Kllnue.i Hon, for Kahulul
" " Vosaola in Port.
HUMS Qantiet, Ilourko
Itrlt bgtno Surprl'e,
ltril bark Huirolk. Ilyford
ltrlt nhlp City of Ilumlmy, Lowell
Am bktno Dfneovery, rerriinan
Am bk 1) C Murray, Havens
Am bglne W II Irwin. Turner
Am nch U II Myer, Howu
im lik t ne J A 1 alklnbiirg, Hubbard
Am bk Moutnn 1. riernon
Haw nch Ulovuui Aplaul, English
Hrlt bk Obcrnu,.lluri'V
11 r bk lllrcli liroc, Ku'min
VetaeU Expoototl at Ilo uoluln. from Tore ifjn
Brit bk Olenjiiber, .'li 11 Liverpool, due Sept 1-3,
J T W'aiBrlioUfO A i;. .11
Haw bk lulanl, tlurr 1. tli men. due, Oct. S5-30 Hack-
feld ,t Co,Ageui
Am bk Kerrln H Thompjon, Potter, New York, dun Oct
10-15 Castlo A Cooke, Agentn
Am bk Ceylon. Mullen, lloiton, due Oct &-10 C.
llrewer.t Co. Agents
Jtoyal Yacht W'andi-tiv, Tahiti, duo
IlritshlpHIr Lancolotto, Hhortland, (llangow, due Nov
aj-'W, (1. V .Macfntlauo ,t On, Agents.
Am bk Carbarlen, Hopkins, .New York, due Oct 25-30,
Castle A Cooke, Agentn
Ocrbk Adonis, llreiuen, to sail In July, II, Hack-
feld .t Co; Agon.
Am bktno Katu Hudden, Hates, Port Dlncovcry for Ka
hulul, Mini! due
Am bk Emerald. Lord, Prl Oamble, due 11, Hack
feld ,t Co. Ageiils
Am bk Martha Hideout, W'lckburg, Port Ulakely, duo
Allen & Itoblnnon, Agentn
Haw btno I'omare, drew, San Francisco, for Kahulul
Am tern Nadir- V Culler, Iuunen, San Francisco, duo
Sept-'i0,l! Ilaekrrld Co, Agents
Haw nch Jen'.lln Walker, ttuacke, running's Island,
due, sept JO-iO
Am bk Jtevere, Mclntyre, Uepnrturo Hay
A-n sell II ily Howe, lliirglnr, Han Francisco via Rock-
pori, una M-pi s--ct, cjrgo to uewers X Cookn
Haw- bk rvalakam, Jenks, Sin Francisco, duo Sept 25J0,
t V Lenehiii Co, Agents
Hrlt bk Udy
Mnrston, Han Irandsco, duo
Sept 2.VW), 1 Iltower AT Co Ageuta,
Heport of II. M. S. ealandla, from Sim Francisco to
ili'iitoiim, iiuurr uuoviiiier vromiuaiuier,
.August Wih. Stir n. in., left wharf at San Francisco,
discharged pilot atWJii. 111. Light and varlblo winds
with Unu weather experienced throughout the passage.
On September 2nd, Ii43tt. in., passed closo tua fnru and
aft schooner sl.iiillng to tho Northward-no lights
Sighted Oaliu Hh so,.,,. (I 1 m. Stopped for II
hi pilot llli ii fit, lii'io.i 1,1. thus accomplish!
vovnge iro.n pMol
to pl.,.t it. H drs.
is houra and 31
t iru il
Haiti' ' e-...
Thu I1.1 t
about v-a or
to-inarro ' i- .. .
. 1 ' ... ilouse
.. . ' . .u-ft uext.
u, t vir x Co'a wlurf
' im t'.-aoeltto to-day or
at tt post-oillce at I P M
Tho Am bitus .mvuie-y U a Allen A Kobloson'i
wlurf loading for Sm Frauclaco, for which port she
will aatlou WedussiUy next.
The W II Meyer has rlui.hvddischazln;. and as freight
It coming In tinwiy ft 1.11 1 it ' iior Islands, she. will not
probably nail for about liv , wees, w lion aha will return
to Hsu Francisco.
Tho lltlt bark SuHolk It at Ihe old Steamship wharf
dlscbargiug, after which stio till probably proceed to
Sau Fraucisco, which will be In about two weeks,
The City of llnmbay He. below the buuo!k, dlschar".
lug. bUo will proceed to ban Fiaaclsco lit about two
Tho Hrlt bark Dlrcb drove Is at tho Esplanade dls.
charghtng cual. After dlscharjlut the will proceed to
tho bound for a cargo of lumber fur Iho Colon!-;.
The Am bark Montana Is discharging coal at tho Kt.
ulauadu. After ilUcIisrglng she wilt sail for Iloyal
itoadl Hi ballast,
The Hrlt bark OU'rou arrlvol last Tuesday from I.lv.
crpool, PMdayt paare. She made Ihe passage thlt
year lu one hour lets than the did last. She hat docked
at P M S S wharf, whtre the It now dltchcrglng, alter
which the will proceed to INirlltnd, Oregon,
The following It the avenge consumption of coal, of
Ihe Atlantic aleaincrat White Star Lluo, 111 tout daily!
Jnman Line tteamrrt City of llerllu and Clly of llrut
tel 110 tons; Uulon Lluu, Arizona 130 tons dally.
Cant Howard Itteof the NIc bk lteinljlo, look com
maul of thu Am bk California, Capt Love retiring to go
The U S steamer' Alliance reached llammerfort on
Jul) 2ltb, ou her way to Bplubcrgeu In search or the
A tulegriui from lutein announces the death there
on August 7th. ol Capt John U Chase, mister of the
ship Portland. I,l'yd, -aj.
lu theCbroulclu of AuS5tt.weaud the following!
Spokeu-Aug Otb, lat 4K S,, 'V.-l'rluce-UUgow,
in riiTii'r w' v
i-Jins Australia, cirglll, Sydney, iluo Sept 20. II """ ii'v inn cwpy.
, Haekfeld A: Co. Agents, 1 KUHT.-At Oakland, Aug Slst, 1831. Diifij.
P M 8 H City nf Sydney, Dearborn, San Francisco, dno formerly of Wallnku, Maul.
Oct 1st, II Hackleld ,t Co, Agenta TIlltlFTS At I'nlnmn Hnni Bih is i
IUw "i?"? ""WV. """. 1- SCI" tO-15, ''ajitlve T'oVfewIck S'. aged &$& ? Z
The I S8 Uckawanna, 0 IU hen, e Ang Sth ar
rlvil At wan nane.M o AJgiin !newoninr wn in
Mare Inland Navy Yard In a few dayn. and en nut of
commission-, unless the Navy Department fhonld de
cide to overhaul and recommlnnlon her, which U hardly
The Am bklne .Monitor arrived at Mahnkona, Hawaii,
Sept 3rd, 1 1 dayn from Humboldt, wlih rail road Ilea
and elf... for the II 11 II ('.. Capt King of the Mkellkft
had lust flnlshed laying the moorings at that landing,
and nlartcd for Honolnln, when about ten mllen out, he
lighted the Monitor, when he bore np for her, nnd
boarded her and piloted her In the mooring where he
left her all right.
The I' M H M Zealandla arrived oft" the port lt Hun
day a. m.. arter a line run of II dayn 1S!4 houra from Han
I'ranelsco Wc welcome a number of old resident by
From Han Franclncn, per -I A Falkenburi', Sept 1
Oeo I.ucanJS pes cedar, ?J m brlcktT O Thrum, I en
stationary and toys! A W Pierce ,t Co, 10 spars, isrl ft
lumber; I! (I Hall, t Hon, 6 c bnohn, 29 pkgn leather,
T It Foter, I ball valven: II V Wells, I en baby car
riages ; Cantle ,t Cooke, TO hbln salmon, lOtl en bread, ft7
skn bran. I') nkn wheat, W bin hay, ZI bx potatoen, I0H
pkgn groceries, 18 ska ontn, Ifl nkn barley, Ti cs boots,
il'i bbl mfat,25bbln llme.Whogm Holies Co, SO
bbls beef, n pkgs groceries; Hackfeld t Co, 2 en wine;
Order, a si ca salmon ; W B Foster, 1) pkgn saddlery; M
H Orlnbanm ,t t'o. 110 en potatoen, tl) nkn barley, W
sks corn, ll'i en bread, i.iJ ska f1otir,'JI6 pkgn grocejlen,
12 ca bootn nnd nhoes, 1 en clothing, n Ida it goods 1 111 en
hnln,2cn ho'lory; Jno Ashley, I engine, la pc pipe, 3
pkgs belting; PC Advertiser i Co, I bbl Ink, I pkgn
prfiitlng material; It Orleve, 1 pkgs printing malrrUI;
II May & Co, llH skn flour, 'Juo sks barley, 25 sks corn.
W skn wheat, IW nkn bran, PJil sks oats, fsi nka corn, U)
cs and SH sks potatoen, 71 tikgn bread and crackcrn, 2i2
pkgs groceries. i) ra slarrh, 20 bx njilonn, 10 bdls paper,
20 cs lard; Levers ,t Cooke, MM) posts, 2is) m shingles,
fo bis hay, !M sks middlings, 110 nkn bran ; C O llergrr,
7tanka naptha; (I V Macfarlana .t Co, 2TII pkgs salt
salmon ; It Moore. 1 piano, 25 pkgs furniture; Order. 2ii
sks potatoes, 20 skn nnlonn, grnl sks bran, f) bis and 12
rolls katber, I nafe,2IO pkgs soap, flkltn fish, 11)1 nkn
natn, IU0 skn birloy. HI skn corn, ol pkga grorerlen, 107
bis liny, lllshop A Co, 2 be treasure and tril pkgs mdae
10 uniui-so itrnin.
From Han Francisco, per W II Meyer, Aug Jllst
lllshop .t Co, 20 skn earn, :io en cand fruit; M Mclnerny,
Knk potatoes, 25 csoiilonn, 15 cs garlic, 20 bv. apples;
P C Jonen, I en harness. 2 homes, I pkg furniture; C A
1 ,-L-rBiii,, i i.n u'nihp, iiirnriivMi.) r lion I',!"-,
2 bdla sheaves, 2M '( sks (lour. 1117 ek barley, 22 pkg
groc, 1HI bales hay, 1.1 sks gr barley, I hydraulic Jack, 2
pkg h ware, l.M bbln salmon. I I gasoline, ISHen bread,
1H m brick. Sis) bbln lime, -JTA m shingles, Hlposts, II
mules, 1 dor. fowl, I small box; Dillingham & Co, 21 en
chairs, 1 cs lanterns, 3 cs oil. 111 pkg h ware, Irs glass:
i: O Hall A Hon, 11 In h ware,! ca show-cards, lies and
bids paint; .1 1 Itamsey, 3pkggroe; A W Hush. 21 sks
feed, Ocn collce; V O Correii, 12 nests baskets, HI pki'
groc. 12 sks corn; Wilder & Co. 31 ni brick; A W
Pierce A Co, 70 oars: Wm Fennell, 19 pkg saddlery, I
es h head elfectsj M Phllllpn ,t Co, CO pkg mdse. l)nk
flour, Nlbi tobacco, 75cn cand goodaffllyinan Ilron, IS
cs nhoen, lOehts ten, !tes groc; Hart tlran, II cs eggs.rtO
sks potatoes, II pkg croc; v (1 Irnln .t Co, loOsnckfl
feed; J J Nagle. 12 pea ind II cs marble; II McKlhbcn,
5cn drugs anil vlnln; A Jaeger, les guns and itilgs,' T
0 Thrum, Sen wagons; 11 Makny, 20 bales leather, CO
skcork; (1 Wells, 4cs frames, 1 en ntlngs; H llamon, 1
enw,2cnlves. I pkg; C Drown, 5 hornen, Sderrn; Jas
llodd.fi horsen; II Austin. 4 pkg bonks; WF Allen,
1 bx; J Jonen, 1 llox and 1025 pkg sundries toChlneso
From Christmas Island, per Kaluna, Sept 6th 10,U
fish to A F Cooke.
From Sydney, per Illrch Orove, Sept.lrd-Wllder &
Co, (") tons coal,
From Han Francisco, per Zealandla, ScptR Holllnter
.t Co. 37 pkg drugs nnd etc. H cs clgnrn; A W ltlcbaul
non. 4pkgshlrtn; Khlera Co, 7 cs d goods, Lenehati
,t Co, NI sks pnintoes, Ml pkg groc; O flertz. M cs boots
and shoes; A W Hush. pkg groc; T II Davlen. 4 pkgs
Iron nnd nice) ; flyman llron, 5 ca cigars, ft cs hats, 10 cs
mdse; tlrlnbnum ,t Co, 10 cs elgnrn nnd clglts; J T
Waterhouse, 10 cs mdse; T U Thrum, I c mdie, 1 case
stationary; Phillips A Co, Gcndgoodn; Irwin ,t Co,
A O Touennl, encb '1 ci nidso; Ii P Adams, 178 bx apples,
15 bx pears; O 1' Wells, S cs organs, Sen pianos; M ,1
Hose, I bales hair and dm k; Father Clements, 1 caso
books; Haw Hell Tel Co, ft bx; II Hetmenschnclder, 2
h- DrTlsdile, 5ca fruit; O Cooke, 5 bx fruit nnd lev
rial small parcels toaddrcsa, and IJ) pkgs to Chlnceo
Frcm Liverpool, per Oberon. Hept Cth T II Dnvlea.
IN) c stout, fi cs oil cloth, 2 ca belting, M en brandy, 15
dm-p'nt tl'nk oils, 4 cs saddlery, 40 cs gin, 47 m
alates, 9 eta lead, 30 bbU tar, 9 cs perfume. 1:1 pkg mdse,
1050 rails, 21 lull plates. 21 bgs spikes, 20dms soda, 10
btili. wlililug. 111 ogs silt, 50 tibls cement, H cts c wnre,
1 Dtano. 352 bdls and lies calv Iron. 431 boiler tibites.
211 bars and bdls Iron, 35 dins rivets, Ii5 anchors, 20 pkg
chains, 21 bdls lead, 15 bdls buckets, Ii5 pkg h ware, 121
pkg d goods, 15 cs sauce; (1 W Macfarhine ,t Co, 4 on d
goods: lliirchiudt Ilros, lea effects; J Paty,5cs wlno;
liiivcrnpori msicrs, 1 cs cuecis; i- 11 waiuer, a nkg sun-drle-,;
J 'otl & Co. 21 bdls lead, fi reels pipe. It en nnd
4"bdln nheetlron, Wilms oil. 1:1 tes tin plates, 21 pkg
Iron and b ware; Dllllm-ham ,t Co. I bis twine. 7 nkgs
glassware, 3 bis Hints, 20 ben staples, 13ckn chains, tbls
and 1 cask lead, 12 anvils 1I dins oil, 30 bx tin idules. 77
DUin bucKeis, oca pa-ni, K pug n ware; jt wnicr
house, riikgd goods, 0 pkg glass, 1 trycyclc; Hall ,t
Hon. 72 bdls galv Iron, Sckn glue, 2 bis milts, 40 bdls
buckets, 23 pkg h ware, 92 bdls and 1 en gnlv ridding; K
Hotrscblaeger & Co, II cs d goodn; W II rod I e, 1 cs sun
dries: P Hwnnxy, 2 cs music; Order, 57 ca galv Iron, EDO
bdla wire, CO cs beer, 35 en whiskey, Wlcn stout, 39 pkgs
d goods, 1 cs painting, 1 en chlr.awnre. It c.n wine, &IN
rails, IHIS1 sleepers. 2C3 bdls fish platen, 3U cks bolts
and spikes, 5 bills rails, G ca tools.
For San Francisco, per Itosarlo, Sept Sth 3.SU0 glln
molanses, 41,7111 lb sugar, 120 pkgr r wheels and axels.
Fun. Value, 3.',170.S); Horn. Value, S3.fi'Jtj.M.
For Hqdncy, per Zealandla, Sept I 6233 lbs pulu.
Valuo Domestic, 31,00.20.
v.o.j mm wne, r jinmon, o jicivcnguc, 1 u .lones,
wlfe.fc daughter, Hev.IACrnxan wife mid child, lllshop
Hermann, Iter A P Lconor. II. I Xolto wife A 2 children,
Chan Ilrenlg and wife, II II Wilcox, J Dodd and wife.
It S Shamn, W A Whitney. J T Wiitcrhono nnd wife. J
Campbell, wife. Infant nnd servant, A Killers and wife,
ltev W .1 Smith nnd wife, Mrs II Monro's, Miss C I,
Turner, Miss llond, C H llarton, CoMowfcung, DrJP
Tlnilnle, P Jones, .Mm J Cook, 0 I.ucne and daughter,
Mls Itlchardson, Mrs A Herbert, J U Proctor, J II Ncs
bltt. wife mid child, J A Palmer, I) Foster, and 31
adults 4 children nteerage, and eO In transit.
For Sydney, per Xcalandln, Sept I 2 Chinese.
For Kahulul, per Kllauea Hon. Antr tnth K Har-
nard, C A llalley. MrCourtiiHy. Iiey Mr Oro-er servant
and child, Mils Hotriimn, (i Armstroug, Mr Hhlen, Jim
Hhaw, K Shaw, II T Devolve, J Freudz, W llradc nnd
lumuy, anil J"3 (lecK.
From Kahulul. per Kllauea Hon, Sept 3rd W Kpyn,
-T M ll(l.,l..r 11 ll....,. ,nnl tln.nn. ,..!.. L'l.... ...,
-'- v., .... ui I. V. ,..,,,, 10 IIUIIIVI. ,,,ll,ULllinY MIIU
family, Mrs 11 J Taylor and daughter. Miss J Campbell,
.Mrs 0 A Scott, Samuel Notl and Family, Mrs S T Alex-
unuer nun lamiiy, .1 servauia ami -Hi ul-ck.
For Han Francisco, per Itosarlo, Sept 8th W Thomp-
Duii, r ji , irgii, o u'eman.
From Liverpool, per Oberon, Sept Cth Clarence
In this city, Sept. Sth, to tho wlfo of A. Lowenberg
KHLKItS-VOHS-In Han Francisco, August 20, at
tho residence of tho bride's father, by tho ltev. O.
Mcehlstcpt. Mil. A. ISiilkiis, of Honolulu, to Miss
niiusB voss, seconu uaiigiiier or .Mr. u. voss,or ban
Francisco, and formerly of this city.
LACK In this cite, on the Rib tnt . nrtr n llnr.n.ln
Illness. Mn. Thomas Lack, aged 18 years nnd 9 months.
Deceased was 11 natlie of Ilmoklyn, N. Y and bad re
sided In Honolulu since 185(1. Birmingham. Knulaud.
. C Kkbtz,
U HOLSTKK-In this city, September 4, 1631, at her
residence, Auza Jane, wlfo of Alex. Bolster, aged 45
' JANIO.V-Augmt lllh. at his restdenco Woolton
Orove, near Liverpool, England, ltnnxiiT Ciieshtius
Jamon, L'so,., H. II, il'a Consul at Liverpool.
nV,,.,;V1''KK,.V w''ly. N. Y Aug H), of paralyals,
O W Ciurrait, Ksq aged 70 years. Deceased waa fa
tiler lit Mrs. H. II Hose, of this city.
Qunrtorly Report or the. Suraoon of Quoen'a
The Tntttra nf tht Quttu't llotpilal Qentlk
suw t I linve tlio Uonor to submit tUo tollowiii;;
reiwrt for tlio iimirter ending Auunst :ilst, ISSti
Tlio totnl uttmlwr of patients nt nrescnt in tho
.hvapit.ll ia (W, U.: 10 Ilnwnilniui (24 tunlos, LJ
feiu.ilcs), 1U foreineru, 19 pnyinj;. Tho number
or nUmiastons during tho quarter was 0538 Ha
tvaiinim (la lu.ilca, la fownlea), 67 foreigner!. Dis
ulmrKed iluriuu tlio riuarter W-U3 Ilnwiiiians (18
niiilnb, l.'i ferunloa), M foreigtierd. Tlio imtulier of
m'.itiia uuuiik mo i(uurier was u, vts.i 8 II, a
wnii.un (1 ninlo, 1 fomnlo), in foreigners. The
caiisj-a of ilo,tU were us follows t duisuHimfou C,
Uehility 4, urniniw 1, ncchleiit 1, old hco 1, cx
liauatloiil, lienttiliHontio il. Tlio highlit number
of indoor jMtieiita was Kij lowest, Kl;il,'iilrnvernge
7-. Tlio number of iirew-rlptiotu 'was CINI. 'llio
number of iMtienta triviUil m tho lioeiiital iluriii"
tho quarter wn.ina follow u; Juno, III; Jnly, Hun
August, UU. ChIIh at tlio dinpeiirory lOii. New
uaiue enteral iuto tho dispensary W).
, ,, , , , ltouuiT McKinuiK.
Quceu's Hospital, llouolulu, Aug. aist, IbSl.
I wondor if yon can inform jour renders what
idiot or iuuntio intrmluceil idlotio or banged hair.
'1'liere never was 11 tdylo so disgusting to sensible
men nnd vtouion. A grwit many young women
have by wearing Ibelr hair ill this way disgusted
tbeir centlemcn friends nnd eiwileU tlielr chances
for getting married. It transforms n beautiful
woman into i homely ono a irfoct f right. In
JHcroncsia tlio natives wear their hair banged
until thoy beoome Christians, when tliey wenr it
liko civilized jxHiple, Iff, oniim has ascar on
herforebeiul sho has au excuse. If soma one of
nolo should introduce the ttylo to let tho hair
hang down over tho entire fsco lhero art) many
women who would wenr it that way. The Digger
Indians of California nnd tbo Ataaka Indmns
jwir tUdr hair banged. They don't know any
bottcr. How would men look w ith bauged hsir 1
A IiutasD m Suistiiui Woaim,
Tho aboTo fashiou is happily giving placn to
Boratoga waves aud Moutafuc Eu.J
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Pnbllihed for the HATtinii'T Pnena Association by
tlook, Job and General I'llnter,
Honolnln, II. I.
The fUTfnnnr l'nr.ss. cannot -jnilertakc to return
communications, accepted or relrrled, and wehavolo
request correspondents to append Ihelr true nanus and
addresses, not necccarlly for publication. If no de
Ired.bnt an a gnaranteenf Ihe good faith nf the writer.
Kn. MATunnar 1'nrnn.
SKl'TmtltKR 10, 1891.
Tlio news of I'rcniilcnt Oarfioltl'B condition
received liy tlio Zealttmliu in very unfavorable
For several days he had heen sinking rapidly,
nnd 011 tlio 25th lilt, ho was thought to bo
dying. Ho lias lost eighty pounds sinco ho
was nhnt, and in reduced to n mere Rkeloton.
An tibccss formed in tho parotid gland which
gavo him much pain and was ono of tho
causes of producing nausea, which weakened
him so much. It broko mid began discharg
ing through tho right oar, nfter which ho felt
much reliovcd. Ho could tnko very littlo
nourishment nnd tho opinion seemed lo ho
that ho could Inst only n, few days longer.
Ho wns often delirious nnd occasionally had n
slight fover, which ulwiiyi left him weaker.
On tho 27th lilt., ho scorned to ho rallying a
little. His physicians say that thcro is still
a fnint ray of hope hut that his condition is
most critical. Mrs. Garfield still believes that
ho will recover; sho says ho " inttst live,"
The excitement in Washington ns soon ns the
President begnn to fail so rapidly wns intciiso.
It wns rumored that an attack was to ho mnclo
011 tlio jail In which (liiitunu wns confined for
tho purpose of breaking in an pulling him to
death, (iciier.il Bhcrtiian, however, has taken
uvcry precaution to provent it, mid if thcro
was any truth in tlio rumor it will not bo
carried out ns thcro nro soldiers enough in
Wushington to stop it,
Tho very latest dispatch received before tho
Zealandtti sailed, dated August 2Sth, I a.m.;
roads: "Tho President's condition has not
changed materially. Ho is now resting quiet-
Horso racing has lately become ono of tho
leading pastimes of a lnrgo portion of our
community and betting on horso races has
grown with it. For a year past thcro has
been tnoro or less trouble over monoy mattors
at theso races and from recent disclosure it
would seem that thcro has been much "crook
edness" connected with il. Ono raco run last
year has not yot boon decided by tho judges,
uud the monoy then put tip is still in the hands
of tho stakeholder. Tho hist raco, on tho 2d
hist., was probably tho greatest bungling
affair of tho kind that has ttikon placo hero.
Tho stake monoy was obtained from tho holder
by tho person who entered tlio horso thut
mado tho best time, but the judges did not
givo their decision in writing until the Mon
day after tho race, when thoy decided it no
heat and ordered tho raco run over. One of tho
parties concerned, who was going to the Const
on tho Ci'fy of Siduty on her last trip had his
pasBport stopped, and was compollcd to givo
bonds before being allowed to depart. Much
bad blood has been engendered by this squnb
blo and tho action of tho judges is principally
blamed for it. Unless some of this mysteri
ous business, .can ,1m .niiis J--n-tiracoiP.
tinuo it altogether.
THE LIQUOR QUESTION.
Of tho enormity of iho evils of alcoholism
as thoy actually exist, and the vital bearing of
the temperauco question upon tho condition of
society comparatively fow are yet uwarc, clso
thcro would bo 11 terrible caritustuesB of united
endeavor by tho best classes of nil pcoplo to
rid tho world of its greatest curso, drink.
But tardy as reform in this matter has boon,
tho promise is already in bud, and the pros
pective full blown flower is with cortninty ac
cumulating sap to its future perfection. It
. has been said that, "a practice oitcn lasts for
a long timo after tho theory which inspitcd it
has lost its hold on tho belief of mankind ; "
and, it might also bo said with equal truth, ns
amply exemplified in human history, thut tho
abrogation of a bolicf must soonor or lator bo
followed by tho down-fall of that to which it
has given sustenance.
In regard to tho question of think, although
thero aro yot many who hold to the bolief that
use without abuso is possible, untl in accord
with tho teachings of moralfty and religion,
yot tho number is by no moans insignificant of
those roady to forsake and who havo forsaken
the uncertainty of purely metaphysical specu
lation, for tho inoro rational teachings ot in
ductivo philosophy in this and allied matters.
And it is hopeful indeed to know for a cer
tainty that many minds or tho first order, re
presenting politics, science and religion, uro
arranging themselves in opposition to tho
lonu dominant and fatal belief of tho ability of
man, to hold in subjection by moral effort, his
appetite- for spirituous liquors. Whilo by a
jiuroly mental process of solf-introspcction,
wo may bo able to propound an imagined phil
osophy in justification of such a holier, it can
hold against tho nrgiituont ufforded by indnc
tivo reasoning only in minds which by natiue
prcrcr error to truth.
Statistics varied in their characlor and ox
tending in many directions go to prove beyond
tho shadow of a doubt, n vast accumulation of
misery, want and pruuuituro death ns conse
quential upon the custom of drinking endorsed
by conventional rules nnd legal ciiactmonts,
whiph nro again based upon tho idea of freo
will and moral responsibility in tho individual.
Whilo statistics and scientific investigation go
also to establish tho fact that tho uggregato or
misories dependent upon tho habit of social
drinking is no wise, adequately offset by ac
cruing bouofits, Even as a medicino tho uso
of alcohol is beooming restricted to a narrow
er sphere, ond many diseases ouco thought to
bo incurablo without its ai -, now progress to
ward recovery at nn accelerated paco with
water pnly as a bovorago. Perhaps wo aro
not wrong in saying that the tendency of mo
dern inodicino is to eventually, excludo it al
together from tho tmilrrlii mettica, and confiua
its uses to tho druggist's coiniioundiug.rootn,
and laboratory not upon moral or religious
grounds but upon thoso of scientific experi
ence As a social custom, drinking can at moat bo
regarded only as a luxury, ami certainly un
necessary to any one in health, and it is an
expensive luxury in wore ways than ono. It
causes mora disease in the healthy than it
cure in tho sick : with the laborer it prevents
more work than it help him perform; aud it
even fails to perform ita promiae, to the do.
'P'?-eS "r& '
!! "-Ahc ', fctid a inorry one," for
'RIVALuhl bfk-xy by it Is invariably
rahlo. " rt its only gifts aro
Ovcrty, ifegradallon, and death. And yet
tho custom of social drinking is continued, nnd
tho law upholds tho vending of spirits. Wo
havo no iloslto however to cast any special
odium upon tho legal dealer in spirits, fur lio
is by ovory ptinciplo of law nnd comity, on n
footing with tlio best, and it would bo equally
tinjiret to condemn tho grocer or tlio clothier
ns ho, for tho requirements of society nro
nlone responsible for tho cxlslenco of either.
Is'ow wo do not expect to sco inveterate
customs and usages reformed in an hour. Hut
nn wo remarked before, although n practico
may last for a timu after tho belief which
inspired it has lost its hold on our minds, that
sooner or lator tho practico itself will also
fall. Such has been tho caso in regard to tho
treatment of thu insano ; thoy wcro cruelly
treated under tho theory of thoir possession
by evil spirits, tho individual being hold to bo
a rnornlly responsible boing, hut tho practico
of treating tho maniac ns thoy " would have 1-
liked to treat a dovil had they got hold 0
him,"; although finally becoming obsolete,
still survived for it considerable period dcr
tho belief in tho spiritual imturo of iuiAulty
had been exploded. A like doom aiviits tho
idea nf mental responsibility in the individual
in tho matter of drinking, nnd after it, will
fall also tho practico of social drinking, which
depends upon it. It may not ,no in our day
but porlmps hi our grnorntioilut drinking as
a custom will bo abolished, and tho rising
genorntinii will bo taught to regard tho uso of
ulcohollc stimulants much in tho samo light ns
wo now regard tho uso of opium never neces
sary excopt ns medicine, mid its employment
upon any other occasion, as criminally
Abstiuciico principles aro spreading every
where widor nnd wider, but not so much tho
result of Iho dcclnmations of enthusiastic re
formers, ns that of cool conviction among
statesmen and philosophers in many different
portions of tho Globe, and nono in thoir senses
will attempt to laugh such a fact to scorn.
Somo years since, especially in England, it
would havo been thought a breach of etiquette
to refuso a profiorod glass of wino; but to-day
wo find that many of Iho most respoctablo of
tho Members of trio llritish Parliament nro
total abstainers by choice. Thoy rccognizo
" ititompcr.inco as thoir great national sin"
and regarding it as the legitimate offspring of
tho cniliim of social drinking, have withdrawn
thoir oxainplo in its favor.
A fow yoars sinco Mr. Mundclln M. P. in
addressing tlio " City of London Total Ab
stainer's Union " said ; that from 110,000,000
to 100,000,000, wero annually spent fordrink;
that that ono item, represented two-thirds of
tho total production of tho Nation. Ho pro
ceeded to say thut although thero was great
depression in trade, and that this depressjon
was represented as owing to ovor production,
in reality it was owing moro to tlio fearful ex
penditure incurrod by drink than to any othor
cause; that ovor-production would scarcoly
bo represented by '-a great amount of ragged
ncss, squalor, poverty, degradation, and
misery " which ho found to ho tho caso in tlio
City of London.
"We supposod thnt nil of tho nonsensical
rumors of KinK Knlnknua's trin abroad
-AirfffnTJ""' piirposo o( difiDOjiincjafJiia.
tnoy woro worm, ns tnoy woro too ridicu
lous to bo -worthy of crodonco. If thoro
ia any truth bowovcr iu tho following,
which will sound qucorly to our readers, it
would soom that in somo quarters, at least,
tho stories received moro consideration
than thoy dosorvod :
Victoria, August 18th. The Colanmt Bays: It is
rumored that the ennse which led to tho quick des
patch of H. M. steamship Guiintt for tlio Sandwich
Islands on Monday nroo from tho fact that tele
graphic information wns recoived that it wns tho
intention of tho United States to "qobblo up" Kn
lakau.Vs kingdom. It is added that tho flagship is
sailing toward Honolulu from tho South American
coast, and that the ships of othor naval powers
havo been ordered to roudezvoas there.
Things Wise and Otherwise.
Guess again V. S. L.
Whon wns tho office of "Ministor of Stnto"
created ? Wo find this hitherto unknown posi
tion in this country assumed by Mr. Armstrong nt
Tho l'ilot consider that nu injnstico Imb been
done them by our paragraph of last week, nnd
stnto that iu any delays that havo occurred thero
have been reasons therefor.
Oar two contemporaries find so many errors in
each others shipping news, that all persons desir
ing nnthontio information iu marine matters refer
to the columns of tho Satciuiax Pbcss.
Tho V. S. I., o'er tlio way.
As nsseseoT tried hard to stay;
When he fonnd that he. couldn't
lie got mad and wouldn't,
And resigned the offlru that day.
If thnt quaint old relio of n by-gono nge known
as the Hilo post-ofllcc,.oould bo improved by tho
introduction of n few modern ideas, wo think the
chango would bo appreciated by tho people, of that
If tho "brave "who mado himself conspicuous
by his blasphemy nnd insults to ladies, nt the Fri
day evening service last week, had boon given in
charge of tho police, ho would havo received his
If tho oflicers of tho military companies would
tench their men to keep atop, they would present a
inuchbotterapanrance-wheu on parade A finely
uniformed troop poorly drilled is like a well writ
ton letter badly spelled.
The inference that our paragraph on the reotnt
progress of tho ltegeut reflected on tho Princesses
is erroneous, except so far tii responsibility for tbe
conduct of those in nnthorlty who accompanied or
joined tho party is concerned.
It wns rumored a short time ago that. ono of our
dairymen was Roiug to purchase a tract of land on
which several coooanut trees nro growing. Tho
natives say they are afraid if he buys tho land,
that thcro will bo no tnoro milk in tho cocoanuts.
This clothing of tho pollco with "all white" uni
forms is certainly a hutuano net to burglars and
other nocturnal prowlers. White can be seen bo
far at night that thej will have ample time to ot
out of harm'a way before the cruel policeman
The OasitU says a note in last week's Pitrss
"reflecting on the recent tour of the Princes Ho
gent In Hawaii, via certainly in bad taste." We
said, and still say, that tho conduct of "some of
tho party was Blinply disgraceful." Wo knew
whereof wo wroto nnd further investigations
strengthen our ground, and had the Gaztltt takeu
tbo trouble to inquire into thu matter it would not
havo stated that there was " 110 foundation fur tbo
remarks." Wo write of thuuraas we sco them, bnt
our couteaiporary stews to b" conveniently and
voluntarily blind at' certain time. We hold thnt
no one is abovo criticism and no 000 Is below it.
We belters that when criticism U lUwrved, what
ever may bo tho rank of the of natter, it is not in
" bad taste " to criticise. If rank i to exempt one
from comment or criticism, It i cowardly and un
fair to say Mgb.t of the inot lowly wbject in the
" "Ui- .
PIEA OF A MODERATE DRINR-
Editob HATonnit Pnrjw i-I tako llio'1 of
kindly requesting tho insertion of tM following
lines, bywnyof crltlciscmnrnm cert-"1 published
statements of Mr.Hnllcnbcek npix'flnRlnyonrlB
BueoftlioaHh.cntiticd, so-called Oospel Temper
nnco Meetings." 1 MyBO-cnlltd,'rtho'!f"1"lotnI
nlntlnuiro"nnd "tempcrnn'" nroqulto differ
cut In meaning. It is a m"oraM to "Pplj '0
word tempcrnnco iu conut"on with to-total or
totnl nbttlnont inovcmci' Ony thovj Imvo tlio
right consistently to nvli wortl tctnpernrtco who
prvnchlt ns Christ, 1"1 "1 V,10 ?" 1 LP1nJ,J
others did. Temiienrtca means the moderate tiro
of n thing. How c" ono l' tempcrnto In Hint
which llTdoesnol.. Mr. H. W.'i'.?,
believe that man .n fllirisllnii, who is 1 "JerMo
drinker, or tl.ntnc nro written n I 0 Uml.
INiokiif l.lfoi'i other words, nil who. do not
believe In tbo.'Joctrltin or total n osi iie.., . r
damned, not"sintiiiig inn ijchci -
triiioof fair In Christ Jenns who savs, " who.
"verMievth n 1110 shnll bo saved:' Now, Mr.
Kdltor. an:!" a wholcsnlo sweeping charge ngnlnst
inoderat" drinkers, is n wicked libel to nny tlio
lonst -1ii the general community, nnd nponwir
forefril", nmliilnnphemy nnd crvcrM) wresting
ofHlr Writ- 1 Imvo never sioki-n tu Mr. II. I
lieori hhn onco In tho Fort Street Church, when
nothing wns wild of totnl abstinence, but un triny
kiuw 1110 ns the bush convert, just ns convincing
nt Moses wns in hit belief by tho burning et liitlo
rftrnctnblo bnsh in tho wilderness of tho invisible,
vet symbolical presence of n merciful yet JnstGod.
Mr. II. ctilli himself a Christina tee-totnler or
totnl abstainer, nnd I call myself ii Christian
inodornto drinker, jet I challenge Mr, 11. to show
nu his credential nnd I will show him mint-. .Ex
tremes meet. Tho drunknrd goes to tlio positive, tho
total nhstniuer to tho uegntivo; IkHIi nro Intcm-IH-rate
tlio kcllio calls tho pot black, Tlio doe
trino of totnl abstinence ns advocated by tec-
tot.ilerx Is n reflection ngnlnst the conduct mm
character of Christ, ngnlnst the wise dispensation
of Ood's providenco whochoso to placo us ns freo
ngents in this world under probation, which nro
riindo instrumental In brlnsina nnd working nnd
demonstrating In us those virtues which glorify
Clod. Tho very first mornl net m to sienk of
Ood was to plneo forbidden fruit within tho roach
of his two first inexperienced children. Thero
wns no evil in the fruit itself ; it was good, ho
good that whoever ent thereof would " l-como
Hlcuoirtof us," tlio holy Trinity lo know good
nnd evil Gen. :?.'. The good nnd evil Iny in tho
principle Involved obedience or disobedience,
Hero was a test of love ; tho opportunity to grow
Into nctlvo life or ns n freo ngent to destroy it by
tlio blight of tho sitiof disobedience. Vfliocau
please; those; inconsistent phnrislncul spirits who
of old called Jesus Christ n glutton nnd a wine
hibcr because he enme eating nnd drinking, nnd
John the Ilnptlst a dovil becnuKo ho abstained ? I
could say much more but will not tnko tip any
moro of vour space except to conclude, with warn
ing tcc-totnlers not to interfere with thcGoHpel of
Christ by nny supplement of tbo doctrines, rudi
ments or traditions- of man. Anyone going, or
iiflsiutlng nnynno to go in by another door is a
thief nnd a robber, " for tho Goipcl of Christ is
tlio power of God unto salvation unto nil who
believe." salvation from drunkenness or nny other
kind of iutcinporunco nnd sin. llellevo in tee
totalixm ? Away with it I ltoliovo in tho Gospel of
Christ y Hnil it with joy and songs of praiso I"For
there U nono other namo undor heaven given
unto men whereby ho can bo saved." This is tho
truoGosiwl Temperance, l'ledgo to bo a Chris
tian I tako no other pledge.
The Ucsii Conveiit.
Wc regret thnt our correspondent could find it
in his heart to thus not only nim to defeat tho
glorious work that is being done horo by earnest
workers, but strengthen tho hnuds of tho enemy
by his support of raodcrato drinking. Tho follow
ing thoughts occur in connoctioti therowith :
The true definition of temperance, nccording to
Dr. Crosby, tho great champion for moderate
drinking, is " n great moral subjection of tho
m hole man to tho sway of reason." To this wo
presume ' the IiuhIi convert " would assent. Now
ns tho great army of drunkards is constantly
recuruitcd from tho ranks of modcrato drinkers
and ns ho who totally abstains never can becomo
a victim to tho Imbit, reason nnd good sonso would
dictate that a temperato use of anything so
destructive would confino it to rucdicino nnd tho
urts. Next week wo may give n few authorities on
this point for which wo have not room in this
If however it could bo granted that thcro is no
serious injury to tho moderate drinker, is there no
reBimnsibility m far at least ns a Chrlilian mail
is concerned, with reference to one's influence
over others ?
Uolieving ns Mr. Hnllcubcck docs that every
Christum will desire to obey tho eommnnd "nb
stnin from nil njjeuiiiice of evil," is it strange
thnt ho questions tho piety of him who deliberate
ly does that which the best medical nuthority says
is an injnry to tho mdividnnl nnd which every
nlms-housc, prison and nsylum says is n curse to
tho community ? j
Tsnim IfWd thy neighbor as tliyBelf," if hero to-day,
would for an instant countennuco n practico so
fraught with danger nnd harm ? Could " tho bush
convert" or any other person havo nttonded tho
meetings of the past few weeks and with his
breath strong with tho fumes of alcohol, havo
gono to his unconverted friends in personal effort
for their salvation with nny hope of success ?
And now in conclusion let us ask " the bush
convert " if tho expression " raoderato drinker " is
not as much abused and quite as misleading nn
tho word "temperance" wlint is n moderate
drinkor ? Who shnll draw tho lino which separates
tho modorato from the immoderate drinkers ?
Wbnt is moderation for ono is craze for nnother,
but is the evil nny tho less to thu former than the
latter 't If wo tako tho declarations of tho most
eminent physicians and scientists, must wo not
conclude that nny uso of nleoholio stimulants is
immoderate nnd injurious, nnd shall not every
Christinnjieiye himself beforo God and nmn to
wholly nbstaiu from thnt which "nt the last biteth
liko a serjient and (.tingeth liko nn ndder." Ed.
Dr. J. !. Whitney' Dental Itooms will bo closed
from Monday Scut l'-'lli, until Tuesday Oct 4th. &.1 Ut
Tho IlusinesS of the late THOS. LACK, recently do
ceased, will be carried on as usnal, at tho old stand on
Fort St. 51 Ot
Miss Carrie D. Castlo will give piano Lessons at the
homo of H. X, Catslc to a few ectmlar. Hours -of In
struction to be arranged with tho pupils, on applica
tion at Mr. Castle's residence, 180 King Street. Classes
of two or four can be formed If desired.
8eptember2, 1S81. 808 M 3t
Sunday Aftornoon Prayer Mooting.
The early Sunday afternoon meetlujol tlio Y.JI.C.A.
held for several rears past In tho vestry of Fort Street
Church, will bo moved to Ihe l.jccum hereafter till fur
ther notice, and will chango to three o'clock, Mr, A
Pratt will conduct the services.
From the Sydnty DtM'j Tthgrapk, Jn 26, 1SS0.
Tho Wnltham Watch Company liavn been awarded the
only gold medal given for Hutches at tho Sydney Inter,
national KxhlMtlnn, nnd are tho only exhibitors in any
class from tho United States who havo received this
1 Sola Agent for the. Hawaiian Islands
AIiTj 1'OAVEltS OF ATTORNEY
.1 hitherto given are hereby revoked, except that of
Mr-S. II. Doha.
M3t K. IlltlOOB.
MRS. J. SIMMONS,
Teacheir of Vocal nnd Instrumental Music,
No. M Hotel St.. opposite Dr. Mctircw's.
SCJ ly r 61 lm
IUnkimi Ho'usB or llmior .t Co., I
Hoxoli-lu, Hm-t. I, lbtil. f
MR. MAJIVKI. Mll.IJi Il.tJtO.V ll.tNTHIK
day been admitted Into our flrm as a partner.
Btiil M lit JUSHOl' CO.
XTOTICE IS UKREiJY GIVEN
that all persons are forbidden lo trespass uxm Iho
lie I 3 Its of AKANUI and WA1LAMOA! Kim.
buhl. Maul, without written permission of the under-
THOS. K. CI.AHK & CO.
THE CARGO OF 1 0,000 FISH
:X N!IK KHLI.VA,
Is offered in lota to suit purchasers. Apply lo
A. 1'. COOKK. M lm
I'UllSONS IX KONA,
XX. WAII Indebteil lo
A. S. Clo-horn.
Must pay tbosainov,lthln a) days from Aucust III,
1SSI. to Henry Oooiicr. at JiU '"i'1r.n".,i';j,"tom"y
place. Katlua,IUiva(l, HK c.0' r .
i H Ally lorA.b.Clcjjhorn.
.!.. f',itfte) Ireei
thousaud brarlnj I'oite trees on Hahanloanul,
liona, Hawaii, a coul chance for a nisn of small lawns,
iud term, as y a iMl,03S&?-r&SJ5,'1 i?'""'
UN BY COOI'EH. Koua.
IN If t-KKBY U1VKM THAT . !' I. JI.
Ii k uov Mill .rt f.,r mn nniler fall Power of Attar.
ney UiirTnjr my absence from tbo Kl2- pATy
' Honolulu. Aagust 3S. imi. ' w at
TO LEA8E, r
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varjlniluiUtf from Wluttaiaticsf-a-fc,
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BOOT AND SHOE STORE
No. Ill Fort Street, above Hotel,
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fir tli" l-i M- t' v. rer I larpe assortment
ut in - A11. 1 11 tljioof
Boots, Shoes, Ties, Slippers
Ac. Ac. Ac. Ac.
Ladles' and Children's Shoes a Specialty.
Boots and Shoos Mado to Ordor
With Neatness and Dispatch,
pm m FIIANK OF.ItTZ.
rpiIK KOJ.LOU tG SUUVKYOlt'S
X Instruments, nearly new, are offered at reilnciil
I n.inrti Trtinslt with level on telccope, reading
to 3D sec, In rase. Ac.
I Itiiinpr trf-trl, villi Daertng Patent Ilase, extra
eve piece Ac, very snperlor.
I AuernM llnriiinnler, hjr Ilnach. reading to
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1 I.r-vrt HmlTrlrsroiilc.
HnndrrltooVn nn Hallway. Ilrldpe.and Dock building,
okb 01 rurmuins, c. ror naie unrap.
Ml.MN'nilAM As CU.. Fort St.
Sui'iu;.vti: t-ouiiT 01 Tin; Hawaiian
Islands. In Probate. Island of Oalin, Hawaiian
lands, s.s. In thu matter (if the Kstate ot MUHAN
IlKYWJMiS, late of Honolulu, Ufti
tiolntlnir time for probate nf III nnd illrccllng pnbll-
. I.Tie 111 llllll.ll.fl", M,.v-vi. wtl.r, mif-
pointing time mr prouaic u
1 all,... tit ti.itlrn nr llift astnf-.
A document purporting to be the last 111 and Testa'
ment of Hnsan lleynolds, deceased, having nn tlio 1st
day of September, A. I). 1B3I, been presented to said
l'rolialo (Jotirl, nnd a petition for Ihe probate thereof,
and for the Issuance of LeiiersTestamentary lojolin 1..
llarnard liavlnif been (lied by lilm.
It Is hereby ordered Inat TtinsllAY, llioS7lli day nf
HV.PTKSIIIl!ri. a. 11. IHSl. at 10 n'rlock A. JI. of said
day. at the Conrfltoom of sold Limit, nt Alllolanl Hale
In llonoiulii be, and Ihe some Is, hereby appointed the
t'.mr. for proving said Will ond hearing enltf application.
t'.me tor proving sain i uinnnnearinjr sniuapinicaiitin.
when and here any person Interested may appear nnd
contest said Will, and Hie granting of Letters Testa
mentary ' ......
Il Is further ordered that notice thereof be given by
publication, for three successive weeks. In the Kvoloa
nnil Saturday J'reii, newspapers printed and pnbllslicd
In Honolulu. . . . , , , , .
And It Is further ordered that citations he Issued to
tho subscribing witnesses 111 raid Will, and to Ihe heirs
of Ihe testatrix in Honolulu to appear and contest the
probate of said Will, at the time appointed.
Dated at Honolulu, II. I.. September I, 1MI.
A. FHAMIIH JUIID.
Justice of thu Supreme Court.
Attest: A. IloA,
Depnty Clerk. EW
CHA8. BREWER & CO..
27 HI I by Nt., lluwtnii,
Agonta of Hawaiian PacKets,
General Commission Agents.
Special attention given to the purchasing of floods
for the Hawaiian trade. Freights at the loncst rate.
EX "CITY OF BOMBAY,"
SUGAR BAGS !
RICE BAGS !
Twine. Oalvanizod Duckets, Shot,
Door JInts, ltngs, Cocoa Matting,
Bpyglasscs, Fcnco Wire annealed ;
TWO PIANOS, of Aucher Freres, Paris.
"HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINES
Alwio on 3Cxlc3.!
A SEW SUPPLY OF
Galvanized 4-pointcd llarbod Wiro,
Manila Cigars, Hawaiian Itico, No. 1;
Clarets In Casks and cases !
Liquors and Liquears, Sx., c.
FOU S.VLE 11Y
raim Ed. Hoffschaogor . Co.
HAVING COMPLETKD AN
Extonsivo Addition on King Street,
Ipclndlng a fine SHOW ItOOM for
01 u ruvi .va-u vwmivau-uinttSlbB
Of all kinds, and n largo
Containing tools of every description for Planters'
and Farmcre' use, are now able to show their extensive
stock to great ndvantaj-c : and would call the attention
of their many friends and patrons tn a few leading nrll
cles. notomfttln to say that they havo on hand ant
on the way constantly, a VKHY largo and full assort
ment of goods In their line.
Paints ond OilT"
Hiililtiick'N IVIillo I.eail mill 7.1 lie Inland 2M
lb packages, or in caks of MJ0 Ibe.
IlulilMicK'r. l-iilo lloiied Oil mill Itaw 4111 In
barrels nnd ", callon drums.
M amury'is Colors, In tins, for honse or coach paint
Ins. I.ultrlrmtlut; OII -n heavy Hock on hand-
I'lonit of nil sizes and kinds.
Stoves nun Hhiiiti'm of all sizes.
llmaliew a very full assortment.
Aiinenl'l Fours. Wlrs, Nns.5andS.
Uulvatilaol llnrbcsl Mire.
ALSO, JUST ItECEIVEU,
A FINE ASSORTMENT
For Household Use.
Disston'g Saws and Files
Constantly on hand, and many other tools of
STOCKS AND DIES!
The largest assortment and ben tu be found tn the par
-.cii atut vxna taps on nanak i
.SQUARE AND HEXAGON NUTS,!
From Ji tn I!J In.; also Washers, tho same assotcd,
1 llolt, Cuttlns Mntnlno a superior article. I
ASDESTOS, Tucks, I'lat ltnhber and KlaxPackllfc
nu sizes. J
afnils of every description needed In this market.
""" or an Kinus, ny tne siae, roll or dozen.
I'uMilnr of all kinds used here.
These and a thousand other Herat to bo had cheip of
E. O. HALL & SON.
Nos. 83, !0, K7 aud VI KIiir rj and fc nd 81 Kflt St.
M Sin I
aMIK UXDftllSIGXKD IIAVVO
........Lcf" "Piwlntcd asslsness of the istato 0$.. D.
Kbltlt, an alleged bankrupt, hereby Doilies all prions
utivliie; any projierty in their posesslon bclonijiL-to
said estate, tu deliver tho same 10 the underslgnd and
all accounts due tu said estate to bo paid linmeiiitelr
to them at tbe office of Ilyman Ilros or Kd. llouMilac
U" Jfc Co. J. JIYMAM. r
... W. .MAEIITKXK
Atslzueos of Ilankrupt Kstate of L. U. Hrr.
Honolulu, Au;u.l. I1X1. fj eujini
T HAVE THIS BAY ESTADIiBII.
1. ed inyself as Provision Merchant and Oneral
Dealer In Dry Uoods, Halvrar
and Patent AteJlrlne.
llonuapu. Kau. Hawaii. 11. 1
WITH IXMKIIIATf 1MMNMI2V 1IAT
very desirable resldeuco Mo. lto Nuanu
Avenue, roiitalntiis eltfht rooms, kitchen, pantn bulh.
mum, srrvuui.- ru.Mii. timcn uouse, siarjlft on rowl
bouse. Applyto J. II. Wuit.or
miilll.n MY ARMKMrK FHOM
Kingdom mr von. H. A. U'lf.r.f t tru .. 4ii C. -
nm tn All nuttm of buitnck under fall i'utrfi-nf At-
Ilimolalu, Augnitl. IBM 4J Nt .ni
ll AIsTj 1KU-
u.tlnv any oacson ray
sons from hsrbnrini; or tru
account, as In III not par anr
uelils contrMol In
luynauie, crop luyaccouut, alter this date, jllhoul
m nriiiffu ururr iruui inr. , v. m'lSSAn.
llllo ltaq. August ailli. 1681. W ilai
mffH. II. IIAlUt-Kl.lt lit, J. C ffLtUKH
its nave mis day wltlidrawu Iruui our urm as
11. HAUKKKLD .
Huuolulu, Au;uit 3, least.
MB.FAV1. IMKMMKMU, MM. ll.r.UUMtV
and Mr. i. r. HACKVKLD have tbl. day .
!d as veueisl partner. In our Arm. ,
Mr. II. lUcfcfefc and Mr. J. U. I'tlagti, 4h of
Ilremen,aud Mr. J. W. I'dujvr of this place, art petl.l
partners of our firm from aud after this due.
.. , - .c -- . H. UAC;fjft.plco.
Honciui'- -" -" s.i
TKO. H. DAVIES
OF TUB IlItlTlSH
s From Liverpool,
TtST ?0 -CVJ?JX,
(In ltJ br, same rnn as last year made) and from
oir recent shipments, tho f ollovr Ins 1
DRY IDODS AND CLOTHING
I'rlniof latest styles, fast colors;
lllnu culms, Wlilto Croilnn Slioi-ttng,
Horn 's Long Olotlis, Hrown lilnoti
Drill) 1'iiro TjIiiciis, Moleskins,
111 tic ml Wln'to Clack I.lstntlos,
I'anc; JrcBS Goods, Fancy 1'lnids,
KiiBslCrusli, Scarfs, Ties, OravatH,
Crocli's and l-'ancy Work,
Towolgs and Towels,
Mcn'sylilto and Hrown Cotton Hnlf-hoso,
LailieMIoso, Men's Clothing, full flcloc-
tionliiml Into styles,'
India nliber Coats and Capes,
Keg.u nnd Woolen Hliirts,
llltto 1 (1 Orey Horso lllankcli,
Wliitt y'otton lilaiikcts,
Wooli lllnnkcts, nil sizes nnd wolglils;
Woolt nnd Cniitnii Flannels,
Tapcsly Mats, Vclvot Pile Bofn CarpeUl,
Mats lid Hugs, all sizes.
In 6, 7, lind 0 ft; Icnr.ths (SI canRe), Screws
' and Hashers to match.
Plain GalVjiiizcd Iron in 0 ft. lengths, 22 and
1 21 gauge.
.- . - Ol --ka
-T.VUI llift O. .C7-s;
Fence ire, Nos. 5, 0, 7, nnd Staples,
Railroa Iron with Fish Platos,
Bolts and Spikes complete.
Firo UritViS, rortlnntl Coment, Firo
Galvani'ied Buckets, Tubs, nnslns, &c,
llest I.ijerpool Salt, Best Whiting,
Crockery, Iron ItcdBteads,
PowellDuffryn Steam Coal
Worcistorehiro Sanccs, Groceries,
ZINCS, P.ONTS AND BOILED Oil
EngliBh leather Belting, from 3 to 10 in,
Topsail Shcst Chains, "Admiralty Test,"
Sites 1-1, 3-8, 7-10, 1-2,
Hawaiian and American Ensigns,
" Pig Prand," in pinU and quarts;
Blood ft Wolfo's Ale, pints and quarts;
Finest India Palo Ales, Old Tom,
Ilcnneisy's Brandy in cases,
Brandiis iu bulk,
Cases Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
Clareti, Sherries, &c, 0.
Sugar Bags, Coal Dags, Itico Bags,
Twills, Ileavy and Light Burlaps,
OU Cloths, Saddlery,
MIRU-XS. TACT ft WATSON'S
Two 5G0-Gallon Evaporators,
&c, Ac, ic.
869 .M THKO. II. D.VV1KB.
Jot? Printing !
TIlv,' CJXDEHSIGNED HAVING
Just ad1"! '" '' Merchant Mtrect Eslabllihment A
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
Ui.lfrjtho management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
Is nowi'ireparctl to attend to all work entrusted lol
him Willi promptness and In the
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
CircuIsrV, Certificates of Stock,
Jjttor, Noto, Staloiuuut or Bill IToads,
Contracta, uiusiuoRt or Visiting Carda,
Urzl'fU, Orders, Notca, l'rogrammci,
Sliippini; oMonoy IlocoipU, &c., &o.
Till lii-rannfctlan with the Ions established Book
Dlndcry, Papf Itullui;, and
BLANK HOOK MANUFACTORY
Enables the uilderilnncd to lay claim to competency In
all department, a. each Is under the car of experi
THE STATIONERY VEPAIITMKNT
Will carry KInll Mne of Paper, for execnllne Illanka
of all descriptions, or lor special sizes or rlsis of blank
books, lu ddJli'io to Iho usual full assortuicnt of Com-
tawettl, letfst and OBK
snu uuicd ni.iionery.
CastaU7 received at tho Fort .St. Ntra.
Finawvlnnery, Hooka, Fancy Ooodo,
WincF-oB 4 Nowton'a ArtiaU' Materials,
UatU rieJl'N Cat l'npcr 1'nttenui,
Howe o' Garden Bueiit, Ac, Ao.
S7 3n h THOS. O. THRUM.
Jame. II. j n onenoasr. ceq. in uuuuiut;. nste lust
Un Ihof ouirbly painted, wptritl, and cthetnU. fio.
proved fe r thu bentlt of the leiiaat, (iovnnrarut
u.u ,-l.t n L..IJ-. ,.J..l.t.llMlll u.1.1. . .
..vr i.iuv.-ii. uiiii iwiii". .....um,,,,, nun . eaiiulv
of jrood -'! and clean healthy water, which has bVei
analyay .'rot. Thompson of lh Cballcager ,Kid.
dllloa.ajHproboanced by him lb best ho bad seen
since h (l. Kogland.
.fSKl- t3xE& Vt-V "
TI lOSE VUllYDKHIIlAltTiltfl-i
Pre mlscknawnasfULULAMI." Kolsi.-P
la sir ixxuultd by II. II. M., Cointultifu- '
''i-ais.siii 4 .3!gA t iM-jais ts-f, if-Mini ' utt
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