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BY E. P.ADAMS,
i of rnortirajrcd limit In Kan, ilnwnll, adtep
jpteinbcr mil, lis teen Indefinitely po't
t H. I. ADAMS, Anct'r.
Srile of Lease !
11 ni:n or uKxjAMi.v n. jiacv.
'or of the nslnto nf (leo.W Mncy, rteec3cd,
i will ofTer nt Public Ancllnn, nn
SA 'I XDAY, SEPTEMBER 10th,
lock noon, on tlio pre ml". In llic rrf
lofl KnrtSt., lliu unexpired lce,
having ten years to run, or
T ' ttnlii IMrrc or 1'iircol of J.nnd,
nlMlnqs IhcrcoTi, shunted on Fort strict
i Inj ft pnrt r tlii laml known a Hnpi"
.r In arm of 11 by 1(M feet, subjtcl to n yearly
' nty Hie dollars per nnnum. There arulwn
upon thl land, with Hath jtou and
i: I. AI1AM8, Anct'r.
HBN'JAM W II. MACY. Admlnldntor, I
w a lillc Auction, on
S ituV'tlay, September lOtb,
t M on the primlscs, IK Fort St,
Tf?e Household Furnitnre and Effects:
In l I. flnMlng. Mosquito Net, Bureaus,
I i Mlrr.ir. Writing i)ek, Tables,
1 i, .1.1I Mni!.izliics, Meat Safe,
k otc, Ac Ac. Aj. .
K.F. ADAMS, Anct'r.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15th,
M 10 A. M. nt rlnlr Himiiii,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
JLVavr Groecricsi !
Hicks -mnll Yellow Com,
Sacks; w California l'otntoca,
Ricks ' iruwn Sugar,
Cases Medium Hrcnd,
Cnsos Hula Crackers,
Colls M-inlla llopo.
Cases Australian Halter.
Also, one Squaresail.
r.. V. ADAMS. Anct r.
fgHir, DVDSII.NHJ.VEII m::.s to im-oiih
his Oui omers snd tho Public generally that
HE HAS REMOVED
IKS BUSINESS TO TDK
Shops on Queen Street
cjoinivh it. HAfjKUrr.n A "O..
Whero he U prepared to
Manufacture All Kinds
andCane Dump Carts
Alno. to nttend to
M I Repairing;, Blacksmithing
l II jVNn
MK .. -"- .-
mi 1 blhnll nlm 1nuti n
vw- u" ana complete stocK
- Kl.M , AXLES,
Talnta, Varr then. Kellncil liar Iron,
Norway and neilenlron, llpro-lioc,
C i, mlii rlucd 'mil, Ouk, Ath am! Hickory Dank,
Whlto Viol Ac., Ac.
WHICH I WILL OFFER
JQoca. 3 tools. 3Friooi !
ALL ORDERS Fill ID WITH PROMPTNESS AND DISPATCH,
Thnnkllii lUe ubllc for tint Patronage. I hooa lir a
conatuat emleat r tn Mtufy my patrum, to uitrit a
cuntlnnance of, tl a same,
b(K tl :7
J Hailnjr bougl t tho brxlncaa of (I. C, Morrow & Co.,
I uu Hot.' tit., aru prcpjrcil to curry ou
V too buainvta of
Ifi l7S 11TTING, AND
AH ALT. IT.t IlllANdlIKH
WUULIC 'PATRONAQE SOLICITED.
Firm name, KlSTLElt A SMITH.
Ante q. IK--I. M t,s hu
"OEXfrlON OF HIS
OCI'KTIKS, LODOKS, OU
n t itaor llio otl.cr llaod, wliklns lo
(m,nr In ilrcorullliL- tho roulo from
ill I'allce. on the ocrailon of Ilia Ma.
, r,.Aru rniur.i.-.l to atlilicai II. A. I',
.iitii.atVommllK'o on Dtciiratlon.,
a, I.od(,aor aaioclutlona of piraon, v. Ib-
m lliaieriveailon of uelcomc. nlll iileaao
CWa KtHl'T. A. N.TItll'l'.or
ta W!l fJIO.N. J, l. KAWA1NIM,
v "rang -Miinhali.
v JOR SALE.
A'I!KH IF MX TON I.IMD 1H
linn viia., Hawaii, adlolnlii" that mariiilA-
kt pla '1 loa if tUniUi'U'arkor, Kv)., ami In clo
kslm I Taaallul'laiiUtloa.whlclila uow luinlns
IThU a the acir, apply in
WAI.TK1I It. K.L,Jin,1()r
HKNUV WOOl'Klt. tf
' FOR SALE
tl ,. l,tt,.T,ll tf hlnrv Klniirt
II) r.,iiM,M fro,,!. Ai.it Krtlt I':
Watil l till. 1Vr,iiifrrtt, ... .I.1..I. M.tt
Ity uioiathan jcytcra frum January to itec'nilr.
rlluUia u' KUlia ll aafd to I1.1 Ilia liealllile.t 111 Ilia
liMfoi oui. in. 1 huilruili rale W HI pi refill.
M'SJ" f'Jo' " plate on Hawaii, furniture, llorara.
, iii-ti-i Jruar., Sprlns .vutlraxea, tvalnut
,, nuia.uoiiireiacnineri, rorc uuip,
ro, ' r i, . .,...1 t.... i ll,i tl..
h of th I (e on appllralkni 10
' NUY CilOl'lilt. Kona. Hawaii, or
t J V. MAKANuU.SOi:, Kallua,
i, , . TOR SALE.
j .-..! 1 wrtet; i.a.YOIh HMA,
l,l,unl lla-4I1, AUo 4 acrra of CorTa lauil lu
4,..iu.i' iu, (M 41) HKNUY CllOl'SU.
FOR 8ALB. '
I'JBWKUV V1NK SAUDTaE
ulWJ a llt.NKY COOl'KIt, Kona, Hawaii.
jjtiji 11 jen to a ixciir.i. roit
liUliLti) A LU,
.FUJI SAN IWAjNOISCO.
f r. The Fine American Hilg
W Uf u mm e t t- t
li ii ww . ii m e. w . ww -
Will havo Quick Dispntch for theabovo Port
Tor freight or paage, nppty
PM M -' HKKWKK A. Co., Agents.
J''01l SAN jVRANCJSCO.
rjl iiiri r.iur maii.i.mi ii,iiK.TKiK
3 Jane A. Palkinburg
Will have Qnick Dispntch for tho rtboveFort
l'or Trolght nml 1'ajriRe Apply lo,
MJ M I'ASTIiK A COOKK, Atrcnln.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The 1'Ino New flipper Hrlgnnllno
Will have Quick Dispatch for tho above Port
Kor freight or ranRC, npply lo
WW M VM. fl. IHWIN A CO,. Acrnt.
J'OK SAN FKANU1SCO.
1 ha American Ilirkcnllni!
a2rV I'l.IlItt.MAN, Stnalcr,
Will have quick dispatch for above port.
For freleht or piif race, apply lo
HUM II ilACKHiMr CO., ARenta.
FUJI SAN I'RANOISCO.
The l'.-norlte Amerlcnn llari
M D. C. MURRAY,
aEfsZti!.'' I'.O. ItAVI.NS, Jlnntir,
Will sail on Monday, Sept. 12th
For Frclcht or paongc, npply to
HfiH M V.T. I.i:yi:ilAX A. CO., Apentr..
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
Mkssus -w. U. C It OSS MAN &
Ilroi will illMiatclin flrit clafK vpuKel from New
York lo thin Port about Nov Itt. l'anlia (Ictlrlnp lo
rhlp liythla line illnct, will neeil lo forwaril orilin liy
the Mtramcrof Stltli of Ancual, to arrureronni for tlnlr
frilsht. CAbTLl! i, CtJUltK,
Wk'i '.'m 4fi Aenitatn lloiiiilulii.
September in, I pm Hllu
Hepttrmlicrai, 4 p in Circuit of Hawaii
bcptciiiuirS7, -I p in II Ho
Uclobcr 1, 4 p m Circuit of Hawaii
or Sf 'rellt for I'uiintce Money, -rjn
Wc poultlvelr decline to open nccounlB for l'aaraffen,
anil we particularly call the uttt-ntlon of the trntilliiK
public totliancciaalty of haliiK HapRnpo nml Freljht
iilalnly markid; the Steamer will not bo riapoiifllilc
for nny unmarked HaKKasc, or for Fulifht or l'arccls,
unlias Iti'i'vlpti'il lor.
Freight Monoy Duo on Domnnd.
In nil ca(of frelcht forpnitlcB not reunonTlble. or
nuknown, the frel(ht money will be required In adnncu
1ACKAI.KS ol I.lntllrltM mill M'1.KN HUN.
III! I'l.Al.VIiY 91AItKi:i
For the parly whom they arc for, or plainly etated In tho
receipt to whom they art coimlrjiiul.
All demand for damage or Ion must bo made within
In no way liable for Iom or nccldent to live flock.
,f:T?" Hack DrUcrx, Hoys, and audi like, will not bo
allowed ou board tho Steamer on arrival, until after tuu
piicngcra hao been landed.
tw wiLDnn a co.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
THE NI'I.KNDin NTEAHNIIIP
L.XT3 T JR, . 37, T.A.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Sept. 20.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Till! N1I.KMII NTKAMNHII'
CITY OF SYDNEY!
On or about Saturday, Oct. 1st,
For Kre'sht and l'nasiise, npidy tn
HA) 3n. 11. HAOICFKLD A CO., Agents.
OooiIm lor .Shipment per Ntmincr rim hum
lie, Ntoreil, Frpo t 'lmri;c). In ili FlrrirMf
WwrMlioimo iienr the Mlenmer Wtinrr.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A 1 Clipper Schooner,
Will sail from Honolulu to Hllo direct, and will call at
Intermediate Forts on tho return trip.
For Freight or l'aeui;c, apply tn the t'aptnln on board,
I "" or A. FKAXK CUQKK. Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE,
AOKNT FOKTIIK FOLLOWING COAbTEUSt
Woioll. (NM JnUa
"Wnlehn, flMn Wnltualu,
Gou. SIcKoI JgSKaluna,
FLAG-lled with Wlill.. Hall. Onico-Cotner of Queen
"' anil Nnuaiiii blreeta. J
PLANTERS' LINE fOR SAN FRANCISCO
Jt C. Brewer 4. Co.-Agonts. t
B, ,TF 5'iTchanill.c received Mornse frvcSESs
and liberal uialiniUnucea mado nu tliliimentt bylhla
" Toll ly C.1IKKWKHACO.
OPPORTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT !
ON THK 1ST DAY OF OCTOUElt NEXT
THE HAWAIIAN AGRICULTURAL COMP'Y
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
IN HUMS OF
FIVE nUNDRED DOLLARS EACH.
Theao bonda wl bo laaued In tho following aerUai
SorloH A llondnol KX) cnoh, ihto Octolr 1, 188,1.
Berten 1J Ilonilu cif HM cnoh, iluu October 1. lrTO.
htriiw 0-lU.iida of M0 ench, duo October 1 1W7.
borloaD Houds of if each, duo October 1, IhSU.
Kacli llond will havo coupona atlae lied, paynblo on
Ihu lat daja of April and Ocliilnr of each jesr: lutereat
atlliu ratu of riatvai irr ca-iil. ucr uuniiui, frca
of (luvriument. taxea. Tho lutereat on them will be
KUnruutMHl by Mrtrtt. 111. hop A Co., and will bo
mado ni able at the Hank of Mm.ii. 111. hop ,f Co,
The.e Honda will be aeenred bya rlrat moriyasu on nil
tho property of Hie Hawaiian Agricultural Co, They
will bo mailu payable to beaier or order, at tho pillion pf
tho pprchaaer; and If parllea prefer tho latter can havu
tlit'iu rrslitcred on the booka of the Company, lima of.
fording abaolute aecurlly in caao of loaa uy robbery or
I'artlca dolling to purthaao any of theao bonila will
p eaae .laic what airlm they prefer A, 11, 0, or H. Aiw
plication!, will uowr bo rettlitd. Forfurlbertiartli.uUra
apply at tho olllce of C, Ilrcwer A Co., Hoiioiulu.
... . rf l'.C.JONKH.Jii.,
' 3 Trea.urer II. A. Co.
JNO. FOWLER fc CO.
Leoda, England, ara prepared to
rUKNISH PLANS AND ESTIMATES
Steel Portable Tramways,
Wlthor without Cart and Locomotlica,
Kpocinlly nilttptcil for Sugar Pluututlous I
I'erinrinent itallwuytwitli locoraottveH nud MM,
lnctioii LiiciiifS nml Uoad loooniotlves,
Ktoain lUouuliinK nnd CullivntluKMuoUiucry,
FortHlilo hiiKJi cu for nil nunwei,
N indini; tiiKuioa for Iuoliuua.
CaUlosne with llluatratlona.; Model, and riiolo
f 1 1 ','','' -.""' 'P.'!!"' l "'"nd.Macnlniry may be aeeu
at tho vfllceaof thonnderaljrned.
U. W. MACFA1II.AXK A CO .
t for Jiio. Fowler A Co.
P1iblVil?e ii ir, I,8P"I"1 Water Wti
llouululu April tth, j,l
liIiiIii lt.ll tjK .1.1.1 " . :2
i as a tHiau. Jtiuiaur ui luurinr.
0. BREWER 'Vimrj I.I7i
EXrEOT IIY THE FINC
American lark -" Ceylon,"
Duo from Ilmton In OctotMSTj"
The Following List
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
WHICH WILIj UK
OFFERED FOR SALE TO ARRIVE,
XTjooia. inn my Tonxia t
Stonm Coal, Cumberland Conl,
rrnnkliti Conl In ennkn, for 1'nmlly Uno.
MO dcRrcos test,
Cut Nails, 3d (o 40il,
Lantornn, Charcoal Irons,
Ilnnt's Axes, Hunt's Untchots,
O ji r a Mntches,
Tar, Pitch, Itosiu, Turpentine,
A CHOICE A8S0UTJIEENT OF
Corn Starch, Tomatoos,
Boston Halted Beans (Gottuino),
Fancy Craclvers J
Jluckin's Tomato and Mock Turtlo Soup,
Ham and Tonguo,
Mnlo and Ox Carts,
Owinj; lo tho lnrc;o Btook of mcrclinndiso in tho
iimrkot, wo proposo to sell tUis coualgnmeut
At Trices that will Suit our Ctistomors.
W" l J. UhEWKH A CO.
E. P. ADAMS, AGENT,
Will open their Now Warerooms
On or nltoitt September 15th,
In the Large and Commodious Store
CAMPBELL'S NEW BLOCK
ON TORT STREET,
Where, with Increased addition to Slock Just received
per bark Discovery and brlj; Win. 0, Irwin,
Tlioy "Vtrill oflor
largest anil Finest Assortment
U XJ 3FL Tff IT Tm. ES
Kier shown on theao Ialindi,
And at Prices
Oar New Involcea oompriae aoma
ELEGANT AND AETISTIC
Which cannot fall of appreciation.
Of tho cheaper descriptions of Furniture Is
Very Full and Complete,
And pticca havo btcn materially reduced.
DUE NOTICE WILL DE GIVEN
Of the lime of npcnlii;, whou we shall
INVITE THE PU1LIC TO CALL
XxUsSX3M3t OUT SarOOcSaB.
K. t. AHAIaMI,
'AareAt CallfurnU Furnlturti Co.
Oats, jjai; r.i.jv, jjuax, cou5T,
Who cat and Uay, x '. e Mnrrav"aud "W. if
ForsalebrUOLLKti i. Co,
LiceiUM Expiring in SepUmWr, 1881
t Lore Hroa, Nnnanu Slreel,
2 KU McCamlless, Munanil Hired,
2 I, Ahunn .6 Co, Nuiiinn Hlreet,
i i ,-n ,ii. innnnir nrrrer,
,. ,, in ,ci unnnf. .nnanii rireci,
l II K Melntyre .. llroa, cor tfirt .t Kln Hired, "
i Jacob Lyon, eor Fort A Merchant Hired, "
" n Choni; A Co, Nmiinn Street, "
'. .Mclneniy. Fort Hired,
,',! J'.'"I NRnwk, Wnlanno
lit .Mct.cnn llroa, Nuuanii Htred, "
I" .1.11. Ilanney, Ilnttl Street,
11 Ah Hen. Hnlili,i.
II Knnir Ilinjt Lnnir. A. Co, Hotel Street,
!5 nn Onit, eor King Fundi IloI SI
l, MUX Kellurt. Knlitimnnll Hlrrrr.
8 Jli. o Illrd, cor Fundi Uowl &. Ilerlanln St.. "
I'J'I.AMer, XiitiatiiiHtrfct, "
SI nen Ki e A Co, llntrl Street, .i
2I Ah 7m. llerclnnla slreit,
'ii A. A. .Mnntanii, cor Fort A Klnc Street'
23 WIiir WoTal ,t Co, Niinnnii Street, i,
mi J.T. A II. W nuthouse, liuecn hired,
in A. fl rilnt..M t r, ir.li.nM
in Allirdyrp A Caldwell, lalinlna,
II Aklka, Wallnkii.
1 1 .Mojea L'lunaliele, Klpihnln, liana,
)" Man Chuek A (Ion Klin, Haiku,
ID Akatiiiikol, Kamnln, Moloknl.
ID F. C. Acholic Haiku,
2 C, Y, Alona, Honoknn, llnmnkna.
It (). lle-'i-nrd, Kahalll, Hllo
II Atnl, Hllo,
'Ji C, Y. Alona, Wnlpln, Hiniakni,
21 C. Hpreekeh ACo, Ilaknlm FlanUllon, Illlo.
23 A, S. (JliKliorn A Co, Hllo.
8 A. Con Cheo A Co Kips i,
U) H. V. Hniiehell, Wnlmca,
-J A, Drier, Koloj,
23 Wing Wo Tal A Co, JJunann Street, Honolulu,
21 K. Chamberlain, Hotel Street, llonntrtlii,
miiu.i'.sAi.i: np i it it.
23 M. S. Orlubnuni A Co, ijuccn Hired, Honolulu
20 Illshop A Co, Honolulu,
27 A. 8. Clcgborn & Co, IIaoll,
27 Jacob Lyon, Klnrjilnin,
J 'I'll0, A,ona A Allol !'aw. N- Kolmla, Hawnll.
J,..,.,,, ix.iiuiiinKiiu, iunaiu, iinwnil.
2 h. C. .McUuiidlese, Nuuanii Hlreot, Honolulu,
2 Chcono, Hoiiokan. llninakna,
n A. II. HouKhion, Illclurd street. Honolulu,
fl Wonrj I.iin, Until Mrict, Honolulu,
J Alma, N. Kohaln, Hawaii.
11 Allium. Kahuliil, .Mni.l.
Ii Akan.illllll, l'lihniiiin, Hllo,
15 lloplnir, cor Nuinnii A llerctanla Streets, Honolulu,
17 Apn, Mnknpoln, N. Kuhali,
IS Awal. l.ahalna, Mnul.
2H Lam Ton, Iloiinninknn, N. Kohala,
23 C. L. Allona, Walohlnii, Kim,
20 llolllfter ACo.Nunarii Htrect, Honolulu,
21 A. McWnjne, cor Fort A Merchant Sired, Honolulu,
22 1). II. Ktkulal, Fuiia, Hawnll.
3 J. W. I'nnl, Knlm, Kuual.
I Kaluanba, Lniinlnn, Mnul.
J C. 11. .Mnkic.Wnih.ee, Maul.
13 O. (). Cllironl, Hiieen hlnei, llnnolnln,
3! V,' a,cKVKI,,.f, J'tBl" Start'Ci, Honolulu,
2. Aknnnllllll.lluelo, .Mntinl. .
28 W. T. Martin, Wuloliinii. Kan,
1 John lllchardron, Lnhalna,
23 Kcola, Honolulu,
11 Kon HInirLnnj;, I'uoo, Hllo,
It bin Ah hln, Wftlluk.ii,
II (1WC Joins, han,
15 II. Akunii, l'unnhon. Hllo,
27 Nnpoc, Mulll, N. Kohnla,
20 Samuel O. Kaal, Nnlilku. Koolan, Maul,
27 haaialll, liana, Manl.
1 1 Kentlihannnnl, Lannl.
8 A, J. CnrtwrlshtJr.,
10 V., Andrews,
21 John LUIiman,
21 F. Ljmiiu,
23 K. A. .Tonus,
South Sea Island lmmlgrruiits.
Tho liov. H. lliiiRlmm, upon his return from
Knnni, Bubmitted fl report upon tho troatment of
South 8ui IbLuhIoJ", and neked iiwtruotloiiH upon
somo points which havo beon duly considered by
tho I'renidcnt of tho Hoard of Immigration, nnd a
reply mndo which inny bo of interest to employers
of this class of laborers :
Detahtmknt or Intebiob,
Honolulu, September 8th, 1881.
Her. 11. li:it!liam,InfjeetoraHil Prntectorof South
Sea Maud limmiji tints Dkaii Sib ; Your commu
nication of tho fith instant submitting statements
relating to tho condition of South Sea Island ira
nugrauls on tho Island of Knnni, nnd asking for
tho Tiowj of tho Hoard of Immigration on certain
points, ib in hnnd.
Tho Hoard of.Immigration has given tho subject
careful attention, nnd I .would stnto that tho viows
of tho Hoard on tho socrul points prusontcd by
yon nro as follows :
Fiist Wugcs under theso particular contracts
aro to bo paid nt tho end of each calendar month,
commencing from tlio date of the arrival of the.
immigrant nt Honolulu, which date ig set forth in
tho contract, to bo paid in fnll from that dato till
tho ditto of iirrivnl on tho plantation or plnco of
employment. And from tho nrrivnl on tho planta
tion, to bo imuI at tho end of each calendar month
for tho number of days of work porformed nt tho
rato stipulated In tho contract for tho first year.
After tlio i end of ono year (WW days) from tho
armnl pfUio immigrant In Honolulu, wages nro
to bo paid him at tho unit of oacu calendar month,
for tliu dajs servod during tho month, nt tho rato
siieoillod nt, tho contract for the second jear of
sorvico. And so nt tho end of the second year,
nflor ton ilntn nf nrrlv.il In T,nnl..t .1
i iii ii ., " """"'"". wiigun nro lo
bp paid him in tho samo manner, nt tho rato pro-
,... ...w .....v. ...., m m 0,,u or mreo years
(5 months) from tho dato of his nrrivnl in llono-
liilii hta nnnrrtii't avtnma
Sttaml As to what constitutes lieinrr "nrnnnrlv
... . vu. .! V4UVO
d," it la i somewhat Ullllonlt to doOno. E.ioh
TtllltllV Clirttlftl 0rf rittilt !. a-
Aitlrntilit hiva. 'in nu rnniilM.. uA ..i.i. m.-
. . ...,, .ii.unnow cuuiu iuui ox
BiMoo for encli adult, or 000 tYct for a mtm, woiunn.
ft tit I ua (till lilrakti t naa.l l... 11'
ui. ,A ' .. uiu room buiiuiu oo wen
ventilated (having nt least ono window or shutter)
: w...,...,,-..,!,,!,!,, nun, nuu Hornisoti
aboyo thu groimd as to avoid dampness. A Boimr-
ntn linnen fn nnnl, ...11 ..J..
... ..Uo .w. won iiuiiiiy in union to do nroiornti.
1 lip rooms and houses should bo kept clean inside:
whitewashing or other cleansing iiisulois moro
iuimrtnnt for health than white-waahitig nutsido.
i ' i ,7i A,l' '"'"'""""y and sultablo bedding and
bml clothing" menus nt loast one runt or innttrcas
ofpropor Hizo, and a good blnukot for each indi
vidual: nnd both tho mat ami blanlcot should bo
replaced when by ordinary use nnd wear they be
come unfit for use, J
fr'y,'."i''"G.0K,,tt"d ""itnl'lo food," stipulated
for hi tho contract, implies proper and sufllotent
fiKKl for such porauns. In vfow of tho diet they
rnnrIi,".Tlome,.tS'n,li0' wuo"y of rice fw
notBuluoient for South Soa Islanders, who nro un
nccustomoiltoit l'oi or kalo BhouU bo supplied,
?.,mt.,u7.fi,1l0t' nl f tl,u "me Their dailv
rations should bo etitivnlent to ono Mid one-half
poutidaricoor threu pounds mlai foreach rulult,
and half ss much for eacli cu1ld,Wles beef or
salmon. If this cannot bo obtained, flour or bread
should be riven with ttir, rice. Vrwh beet should
be furnished as well n M,lnon ,, giu"
:n?ss& 32S5t6 Ka" t "- -':
WA-"8otBoient and sultablo medical nttond
nnco Vnicans the attondauca of n profession ii
medical man when siioh oan ho obulnedi other
vviee the Uht ntteiulanco that tho facilities nnd
Judgment of tho emploicr can provide. If the
service of n rowllral mmi can bo procured, it is
obligatory upon tlio cniployor to procure them.
No Uliorer who iuslau that he is uusble to work,
on account of illnexs, should be comiiclled to do no
except as pronounced by tho physlciau to be able
tp work. Ju the absence ofT such physlolan, he
shpulil not be furceil to labor on the Judgment of a
HUbordiiiato ovprm-r or luna. linch case of alleged
Hickiioss should lie carefully considered by tho cm
plover. uj In oaso of tho doath of n man iroilled
Ui work uueii really ill, it might be held na innn
slaughter. As to the children being Instructed In tho pnblio
schixilst if they have not U-on bound by their
iMreuts to Borve under contracts, thoy must attend
tho nubile schools as other children ara required
to. All childnu betwwn tho nges of hIx nnd
fifteen j ears nro by law compiled to attune!
school, except in .cases whero they have been bouud
out tu serve: nud In such oases, iho muter rnuat
C.-IU80 them to bo IiistrucUkl to road aud write: and
if u wale, will causa him to Ixi further Instructed
iSuj "" ralos ' ttri,uiuet'0 Civil Code, Boo.
If any ciscnof cruel troatnunt or miausago nro
brought to yonr notice, jou will bo expected to lu
stituto beforp the J'olloo or District iaatlco pru
ccediiigii under Hec, Mrt of Chap. 78 of the Penal
CoUp for tho annulment of the contract, and the
punishment of the offending party. You will
Mxislly observe whether the reforms promised
by iioploiers on your last tour of the IaUada have
bpoa corned out, I have the boats- to to. Daar
riir, your very obedient aerraiit. ,
1'reahleat Board ol ImmSSIx.
Tusncw machine for tho lee Works, votghuu,
fourtevti tons, was ijl'cliatgvd from the Ulkseti. ,
i)koiiy ou Tharjiiay,
SFA'TKMnm to, 166
Mnnrmers'sj Notlee. ,
All advertlsetienU for the SATUnnAT Tnltis rnnstbe
sent In by Friday noon. Ko Insertions for the current
Issnceannesrnafantecd when tent in later.
Advertise?! will mark, the nnmber of Insertions de
sired, from which dstn they charge. Any not so marked
will be charged & months,
THOH. tl. THRUM, Manager.
NOTES OP TUB WEEK.
A Nr.w term of school began nt Oahu College
The coroner's Jury holding nn Inrmost ovor Mrs.
Hussell wero In session yesterday.
A r.rouLAn montlily nieetlng of tho Y. M. 0, A.
will bo hold nt the Lyceum next Thursday evening.
Hrv. J. A. (JnurAS, pistor of the Tort Hlroet
Church, nrrlvod in Honolulu by tho Zealanttlu laBt
Mr. Jaeger nlruck llowlng wator In Ms nrtrahn
well at Mnldkt vcsloriltv afternoon, at a donth of
Tiif. Mission Children's Society holds its regular
montlily Hireling this ovcnlng nt tho resldcuco of
H. N, Castlo lq,
Tim collection1) townrd the building fnud nt tho
ceremony of living Iho comer stono of Knuniaka
iilll clinrch on l'rhlay of last week, amounted lo
Tub Mcndclssolm (Julntcttn Club, nnfurtunately,
did not havo nn opiiortiiulty lo perform In Hono
lulu, ns tho Zttiliiuttia arrived mid departed ou
Wk publish Ihli week a full pago Supplement,
nnd prujHMo to mnko this a jierninncnt fontiirc for
tho bennlltjof our subscribers, issuing ono ovury
Oven fifty pafisongers nrrlvod in Honolulu from
Han Francisco by tho '.eulnmllit ', nmong thorn wero
many old residents of this placo whom wo gladly
Oim thanks nro duo tlio purser of tho stenmcr
Zralnntlla for files nf San Francisco jia)orH, nnd
It. W. Iialne, Mexican Consul, for tiles of the
Hr recent ndvicos wo learn thnt Mr. HonJ. C,
Kurt, lato of "Wallukn, Manl, died- in Oakland,
on tho 21st of August, nt tho rosldcnco of his
father-in-law, Mr. Kd. 1'. Flint.
Tiik Government HiiLm nnd Itrltlnh Cnnonlnr
flng wero nt half-mast last Monday in respect to
tho momoryof Mr. Jnnlon, Hawaiian Consul at
Liverpool, who died August 11th.
Tiikiie wns another runaway on Fort street last
Monday, No ono wan hurt, and it is a wonder, aH
tho street was crowded with vehicles. Ono lady
who wan sitting in a carringo fainted.
CoiuiEsroNDENCF, to insuro publication, must bo
nccoiupauled by tlio name of tlio writer. Conse
quently the anonymous communication in regard
to tho " farewell meeting" at Fort Street Church is
Hev. W. ,T. SHmr, pnntor of tho Central Ta
bernacle, Sun Francisco, arrived by tlio Zealamlfa,
mulnssistcd in tho services nt Fort street church
conducted by Mr. Hnltonbcck. He left on tho
IJkelile last Tuo-day, in company with Mr. Hnl
lenbock, for Hllo.
AMEXtOAN nowspapor, Lit Hrpnbtica, published
in San Francisco, makes mention of a visit of
Itishop Hermann of Honolulu, accompanied by
HiRhop Itayiuuudi of Hnngkotig, to tlio Catholic
Schools of San Joso parish, Sau Francisco, whero
thoy wero entertained by dihoourses and bolcct
music by tho studonts.
Tnu following is tho programmo for tho Band
Concert at KmmaSquaro, nt 4:30 this afternoon :
March ShiirpshnoUra Of car.
Orertnrc-Emma of Itesbnrgli Mejcrbeer.
helcdion Anno Holeyn Donizetti.
Waltz Kplsrarnmc Uiin'l.
l'olka The first ble Cootc.
The running race between " Hhickthom " nnd
" Stnrk Twain, " which wns not decisive on tho 1M
inst., was to havo been run oer again last Friday.
"Hlnckthoni" was not brought out and "Mark
Twain " was ordered to run against tho bosttimo
mado on tho IM 2.11JI. Ho juiHsed under tho wire
in 1 mintilo nnd fit seconds and was declared tho
winner of tho raco nnd tho purso of $1,000.
A oame of cricket wns played last Fridny be
tween the H. C. C. and an oloven from H.ll.M.S.
Gaiiiitt. Tho Honolulu bos went to tho bat first
nnd run np n score of KG. Tho sailor boj s on thoir
Crot imiliiK niAdo nooixrvt 41i Tho II, C. C won
tho match by 25 points on tho first inning. Thoy
went to tho bat a second tinio but tho (lamieln did
not. Tho local cricket and baseball clubs havo
seldom if ovor been beaten by tho clubs of any
man-of-war thoy havo plnyed with.
Last Saturday evening tho Library Association
held their annual election of officers ami tiustees
with tho following resnlt : President, A. B. Hart
well, re-elected, Vico-l'rcsidont, O. it. Hyde, re
elected, Secretary, J. A. Mugoon, Treasurer, A. L.
Smith, ro-elected. Of Trustees, tho following wero
ro-electcd : S. H. Uolo, A. J. Cnrtwright, II. A.
l'nrmolco, Thos. lluclianiui, II. It. Holliiitcr, Dr.C.
T. llodgers and Walter Hill, whilo A. Marqnos
nnd Honry AYntcrhouse wore now additions to tho
Two of thopirties who wore interested in sell
ing iioolsfor tho horso races on tho 2d instant,
wero tried in tho l'olico Court this week for prun
ing. Fool tickots nro offered nt auction to tho
highest hiddor for choice of horses. When tho
choice is bought, tho buyer pays his money to tho
book-keeper, nnd takes his tiokot. After tho raco
tho pools aro iwid to tho winnor of tho tlckot on
tho winning horse, Thu holders of tiokcts on tho
losing horso of course get nothing. This wns held
to bo g lining in tho eyes of tho law, nud both do
fondauts wero found guilty.
A raw days ago n pioco of wood, supposed lo bo
wood of tho cocinut trco, wns brought up by tho
borors engaged in sinking nn nrtesiuu well for Mr.
Jaeger. It wns 215 feet below tho snrfneo of tho
ground nnd under 150 feet of coral. This unex
pected discovery will bo nu important ono to
geologists. It is probably the first " find "of tho
kind in tho l'aoillo Islands as thoro has been no
exavations of any kind to nny great depths on any
of tho other groups. This little nicco of wood cm
bo seon in Whitney fc Hobortson a show window.
'in. John Twdets, n ship carpenter, ono of tho
old residents of Honolulu committed snicido on
tho 8th Inst by shooting himself. Ho has beon n
sufferer from disciso of tho bladdor for many
years and for nearly fivo months ho had kept to his
bed. His malady was asoeroono nnd tun only
cessation from pain wns whon taking medicine.
Shortly after tl o'clock n nntivo girl, Kui, heard
tho report of n gun near tho chicken houso, nnj
went to tho plaoo anddiscoorcd the body ui Mr.
Tibbets, She returned to tho houso and told Mrs.
Tlbbots who went out to tho placo nnd found him
lying lint upon his back with his gnu on his
breast. The right barrel of tho gun was dis
charged and ono side of his head was partly blown
on. Tho gun was his own whloh he always kept
in his room. Ho was n nntivo of Hcrwlck, Maine,
nnd was about 40 yoars of ngc. Tho vordict pf tho
Jury wn3 that tho " deceased cama to his death by
n gtm-shot wound iullictod by his own hands when
laboring nnder temporary insanity caused by long
Followino is n record of the l'olico Court pro.
ceedings for tho past week : I'ualon, Kdwnrd Wal
ler, Jus. Fitzgernld, Kekai, Wiu. Allen, drunken
ness, forfeited $0' hail o.icn. Ueorgo Green,
samp ohnrge, lined W. Albert Turner, heedless
driving, uolti pruuqid uutorod by prosecution. Ah
Sing mid Owen Holt Jr., affray, liuod $5 aud 1 30
each. Ah Barn, assault nud battery ou &. H.
Friel, fined p, costs $1 bO. H. II. Halo nnd J. E.
Wiseman, gaining, fined $25 id sentencod to
twelve hours' imprisouiuvut and to pay $J 'M costs
each. J. K. Wiseman anneals enso to Supremo
Cuuit. Knkni, committed to Insauo Asylum. Wm,
'Ihunpaiu, Wahliie.ilii, -k., Kalna, drunkeuuess,
furfeiUil ifli ball each. A. Winston nud W. Nol
son, snmo ohnruo, forfeited ?10 ball each. Kal
Sing nud Ah Sing, same charge, lined f.r and
$1 10 mats each. Niihnlu, receiving nu unknown
person who had committed highway robbery,
nolle pi-vtqul eutcrtxl by prosecutiou. Ah Bam
atiiiH Ah Ga, namull and battery, fined $5, costs
$leO. Malio, druiiLeuuess, fined $5, costs 1.
Kilaiten, haiuo charge, forfelttd (0 ball, Annie
llarrignu, deserting husband, ordured to return to
her husband. Kikikt aud George Davis, drunken
Hess, forfoiUx! Jfl! bail e.ich. All S.im, nssault nnd
battery on Kui, fined 10, cotU $1 20. All Bee,
driving dray faster than a walk, tlucd Sin, oosta
1 1, ilugene Sullivan, druukenuess, forfeited 0
Uill. II. Cooke, same charge, fined 10, costs SI,
Henry Soott. same charge, llnud f coin iI. K.
lllkuaaina, deserting husband, onlerixl to return
to her huibaud. Jih Bee. hoedless driving, ro
taanded to to-day, Kila, larceney, remindUl to
Stboxo winds prevail at present with frequent
Tin first of the three five-roll mills, to be
erected at SpreckcUvllle, which arrived three
weeks ago, Uuow (Sept. 2d.) nearly all iu posi
tiou. 1 ho work ou the building la iiuahed rapidly
by a, Urge force of carpenters. Tho buildings
eoB-Unlug tho mill, the clarifying, oYaporatiBg
THt brlgantine J, V, SprtcltU and schooner
(TsVtMt HrntHh arrived at KatnOul em. M-' J
the :,tst sit., th loruor iinkBaa wo nw down
f roru a,n Fj'U.cl-n in elovw dfijs. Her oaraa
i.uai-U inoutly u( light nuetinury, tJhe aUi
bronghttlown stxtecu niechnnics nnd pipo-fltlern
to work on tho new mills. Tbo Clati Sprtcktlt
brought n enrgo of Inmbcr from 1'ugct Sound.
In a fow weeks nnothcr installment of ma
chinery Is expected, which will bo put in place as
rapidly as possible. Tho chirf engineer, Mr. An
drew Monro, in n man of considcrablo oxperlciico
nnd nullity nnd the fnct that ho has chargo Is
snlucicnt to lnanro Iho sieily erection of tho ma-chlnery-
It Is expected thnt f ho three now mills
will bo working conjoinllv with Hie old by Jan
uary noxt. Iho four mills will lie capiblo of
turning out 12.1 tons of sugar daily.
Hawaii Notes. ,
The drill that was caught in tho nrleslnn well nl
Mnhitkona was drawn nut with n" Luther Scket,"
which wns mado for tho purnmo In Honolulu.
The Llktllkf, on her return trip from Hllo,
topiod nt Miltnhoni to lay two Imoyn, each nt
wched lo n three ton nuchor nnd hnvlng a tremen
dous chain weighing SOU iwimds to tho fathom
icaillng to tho shore, where ouo end Is undo fnst.
THE LAVA FLOWAND KILAUEA.
A tramp Ovor tho Lnvn-Iltilo to tlio Vol.
cano-IInleninumnii nud tho Now Lake
It wns about llvo o'clock on tho morning of tlio
18lh nit., when tho steamer UktUU with sovcral
hundred pnssongors on board visitors to sco tho
lnvn flow nnd parties summoned to nttend Court
pamo to anchor in Iho harbor of Hilo. Wo had
lcen informed by iwnplo who camo nlioard at l'a
nulinn nnd Lanpahochoo the night lieforo, that
thoro had been no nctivily at tho mmrco of tho
1 1. ii mm iur mivorni nays, aim tuai 11 Una ceased
Ilowing completely. As wo ooiild smell thosiilphur
fumes from tho lava riulto plainly, nnd coulit dis
tinguish tho course of tho stream by tho columns
of steaniarisiiig from it. wo hoped to sco somo of
tho smnllcr branches still nlivo, but ou landing wo
wero greeted with tho news that tho How was make
7i. For tho aakoof tho good peoplo possessing
proporty threatened by tho Hood of fire, wo re
joiced nt the news, but for our own nnknri wo re
gretted that ft did not movonfow rods fnrthnr
(inly enough to lot us sco "how tho thing wns
ilono." Sevornl parties, however, walked or rodo
Un to SCO tho blncketittl rnriisn wliteh trita .1111
warm. Vo had often hennl thnt Hllo was famous
for its rainfall nnd its muddy streets; wu will not
stop in somo pond or mud-huto on tho way to dony
tho chnrgo, but will proceed ouwnrd to tho lava
flow. Wo reached tho end of the main body,
nbont a milo from tho town, nt n placo whoru a
small stream of steaming hot water escaped from
under tho layer of lava. Two or thrco members of
our party stoppod to fcol tho water and woro con
vinced beyond a doubt that it was as hot ns it
Tho front rnnk of thin vast mass of coal blnck
lnvn wns grand oven in death. And though dis
appointed In not seeing it in tho liquid state, wo
felt repaid for our trip from Honolulu. As wo
walked mcr tlio fltirfiicu of tlio flow, it was warm
benoath our feot, and in somo places, it was too
warm for us to romain standing. Large, irregular
shaped cones wero scattered over the surf aco of tho
How. somo entire and many cracked Into n thou
sand fragments looking llko piles of black stonos
thrown carelessly togothor. Soams nnd crovnsses
extended in nil directions. Bto-ira or boat wns
continunlly rising from them nnd sulphur wns de
posited on tho edges of many. Small trcos and
ferns on tho sides uf tho How woro Htill smoking,
and tho trunks of sovornl lauhnla trees were lying
on the lava, tho lcncs still green on n numbor of
them. Wo camo upon Rovcrnl pitches of ground
in tho flow near tho sides, where tho grasses aiid
ferns wero still green and growing. At tho front
of tho flow tho vegetallou is scorched for a rod or
two in ndmnco, but along tho sides tho green ferns
can ofton bo seen hanging over tho lnvn. Tho
iiriss wns still cracking, nnd n number of times wo
hoard slight oxnlosions followed by a rattling of
brokon rock nnd tho ojiening of new crevasses.
As we traveled along upon tho body of tho flow,
it seemed to bo growing hotter with each stop. It
would bo impossiblo to doscribo the many lorms
assumed by the lava-coils of twisted ropo, short
flights of Btono stairways, long hollow tubes, round
glpbos somo solid, somo only moro shells, nnd
other queer forms of many shniies nnd sizes. As
cending n littlo ridge or hill, wo noticed that tho
lnvn stream had descendol from tho mountains
into n wide valley, nud had flowed on ovor tho hill
upon which wo wero standing. Had it boon wntor
it must hnio formed n Inke.hnd their been no es
cape, and run over tho top to get to tho sea, but
tho liquid fusion from Manna Lon, encased in its
crust of cool oxlorior lava, pursued its wny in n
viaduct of its own formation, and had tho samo
appoaratico when crawling up hill its whon running
down. There nro a number of icnt holes in tho
flow, tho first ono about n milo from tho end, w hero
tho red-hot lava could bo scon. Tho heat was so
luicnso mat wo could not approach near to tho
holo except on the windward side. There aro bov
eral of theso places a fow miles further up tho
flow, nnd in ono tho molten lnvn conld bo seen
slowly moving, but ns there wns no nction nny
whero nt tho sides or end of the flow, it was prob
nbly only n small stream flowing in a channel be
neath the crust. v
To look at this vast body of lava which had been
aischnrciii" for nlno months, mm rw.nl, I i.ir.n,.
realize thnt it all camo from ono crater on tho sido
of Mnun.i Loa forty miles distant. Its course
could bo traced upwards into tho mountains until
lost in tho clonds, nml whon it was raining on tho
now, great volumes of stenm could be seen ascend
ing, for it w.ib still quito hot, nnd tho nearer the
fountain source ono approached, tho greater tho
boat was found to bo. Attor tho How frumthonow
crator ceased, thocratorof Kilauoa became unusu
ally nctlvo, nnd a pirty of four, including tho
writer, who were determined to sea liquid lava if it
was to bo Been, decided to visit Madame l'oloin
her old homo. As so much hnn boon written about
tho lava flow, before and nf ter its death, wo will
leavo tho ninttor hero.
On tho morning of tho 20th of August, mounted
on four noblo steeds, our littlo oavaleado filed out
of Hilo, and following tho ndvico of tho lamented
Horaco Grcely, went west. Tho road for somo
milos had lately been repaired by tho ndditiou of
now dirt dumped on top. Wo couldn't tell whnt
the. distance was to solid ground, ns tho legs of our
animals wore not long enough to measure by. Wo
allowed our horses a littlo rest on ovory opportunity
by leaving tho road nnd allowing thorn to olimb
over tho rocks and work thoir way through tho tall
grass. It was w ith a sigh of rcliof that wo reached
tho woods nnd n good rond about bix miles from
Hilo. ThoTido through thisdenso tropical forest
was interesting; it was nnlikoany other forest wo
had ever boforo seen, nnd wasiiBourooof perpetual
delight, until wo emerged from tho other sido on to
nnothcr long stretch of muddy road. After n tolt
somo crnwl for some milos through tho olnsh, wo
readied tho hard lava rook. Our sure (pretty
sure) footed beasts seemed to know this was tho
plaoo to "mako time," and went along at a pood
rato with very littlo urging. Wo reachi d tho Vol
pauo Houso about five o'clock, making tho Journey
in eight nnd n hnlf hours, not including a stoppage
pf ovor an hour nt tho Half Way House, to lot our
horson food. Wo found lioro ovory convoniouco
that wo could dosiro, nnd found Mr. Lentz to bo
tho most accommodating of landlords. Hero wu
also found, encamped near tho houso, a party of
four young men from Honolulu, who had mado tha
Journoy on foot. Thev had n tout, at tho peak of
which hung tho American flag; nnd over tho door
Vny were tho words, "Volcano or bust."
Tho oratcr, noar whoho brink tho Volcano Houso
Is situated, llrst cugiigedournttontloii. Thowholo
of tho vast circular pit, nlno milos in clroumfer
enco, was u bed of lnvn resembling tho flow near
Hilo, Near tho center is the nuw lake now so ao
tlvo, nud clnso by is old Halomaumau also very na
tive As it liegan to grow dark, tho Goddess l'elo
stirred up the ttrcs mid illuminated hor home.
Clouds of stcun hung over llnloniauruau and tho
nuw Inko, and the reflection of the fires below on
theso overhanging curtains mado n most beautiful
and ovor changing panorama of light. Thoro was
no moon, nud na it grew darker, every varying
shade of light became moro distinct. Occasionally
tho seething fusion in tho new crator would surgo
against the surrounding lnvn cliff, nnd lui lmrl...l
upward into tho nir to so great a bight that wo
could noo ovory drop of tho fiery spray from onr
tiKicti of obsorvntion, two ami n half miles dUt.int.
Wo remained outsido wntchhm this luainlnrmit
display until tho cool night nir drove us lu besido
it , i. . ... . 'i - .- . -'
uiu ciioeriui woimi nre In tbo old-fashioned tire
piano. Hre we amused ourselves reading over tho
oloano Houso register, iu two volumes, whloh has
boon kept suico Irl. Mr. Intz had copies of n
number of the most interesting accounts written
iu tho first volumo, aud presented them to the
writer. The greater jmrt of theae will appear In
future uuuilera of the Satuuday 1'jiess.
i'bo next morning nlwut eight o'clock our party,
now eight in numbor, under the leadership of Mr.
A. Itobnck, tho guide, descended Into the crater,
tho trail leading to tho lava-bed passes through
imtchea of Irons, ferns and grasses tho greater part
of tho way. When wo reached tho lava, wo pro
ctoded directly toward tho now luke. Wheu we
gut ou to the hot lava wo marched in singlo fllo, thu
guide leading. Tha lava-bed U aboatX25 ftct be
low the top of the crator nt present, and tha topof
the banks of the uew lake U about 150 feet above
tho bed of the lava. As we approached tho boiling
bike, the ava over which wo walked looked fresh
nud was quite hot. Steam nud ho.1t and sulphur
fumes nroae from n number of cracks, but the
groatest heat was from the boiling lake, upon
whose brink we were soou standing. It was about
l,MM feet in diameter. When we first nrrivnl the
surface was covered by a, thlu black crust, the
liquid lava being along thu edge, near tbo Uiuks.
where it rolled in waves, dashlug up ou thu cold
lava, nud roaring like tho ocean's surf, Vrescutly
the crust Is-gan to crack iu all directions aud great
wavea of the fluid mass roso up liko Imiueiuu bor
pxuts, and swallowed liugu cakes of the black and
hardened crust. Fire fountains began to play ut
different places near thu ouuter of tho lake. It
would bubble and boil (or a while nnd then toss up
great nuuwus of the liquid fire. The whole sur
face was now in action. Tbo cnut trembled and
craeked and disappeared! in the boiling lake be
nealn the fiery waved. la fow wotMBta the lake
was again covered with a Mwk on at and IU whole
appsarauoa ww i!f I Ike vottimm .t4, Uit)
lake Uu 4 ware sift whew we ajrrived wet
4uiat, and fountains: ware akootiaK upwards ba
other uUew. It nuver look twice the jurae.
Small fnuitueuts of Lava thrown upward were
MuUt by the air aud rngtm out Uito libat U gen
erally known ns Polo's hair, nnd Imrne lo tho sur
rounding cliffs, lhcro must hnvA been tons of it
hanging from tho banks of this lnke.
Wo next visited Hnlenmuinnn, which Is sur
rounded by walls of loosorook llmtaro lhblo to
tuniblo nny moment. This old lake is Irregnlnr III
shnpo and is very Interesting, although It does not
sho to such good ndvnntngo as tlio now lake.
T hero was ono How of lnvn on tho west sldn of tho
crnbr, but nl tho llmo of our visit.lt had nearly rti
rd moving. That night n portlonof onr pirty walked
n round tho ndgo of tho cralcr until directly nbovo
tho burning lakes, whero excellent nnvlow was ob
tnincd, nnd nil felt well repaid for llinlrnmp. Tho
effect Is much moro pleasing in tho dark, when
every drop of Iho burning lnvn, and ovory shndo of
liullt Can bO RCOII til tlin nroilli-Rt rt.1rnttlnr,A
Vo could roo smoko nflnlng from tho new crnler
on Mnunn Lon, bnl nono wan tierceptlblo nl tho
vent, six nillos below, from which tho recent Inva
Hows worn discharged. Mr. Lentz told us that tho
nctivily of Kilauoa Increased as that of tho now
crater decreased. Wo woro thus very fortunate In
arriving nt tho tlmo wo did, nnd felt compensated
for not hnvlng seen Iho Hilo flow in nil Un glory.
Tho Gospel Meetings.
llr Mn. M. Ij. nAi,i,rvnrx;K and Ornrns.
On (ho 4lh inst. Mr. Hnllenbcck addressed tho
scholars nnd teachers of tho Fort street church
Sabbath School, nnd nt the Lyceum, lu rnnuecliou
with Itov. W. J. Smith from tho Tnbornnclo
church, Sin Francisco; n ncrvico was held at 3
o clock, which was vory largely attended nnd
proved a season of rich testimony for tho Master
nnd joy to tlin hcnrls of many believers. In tho
cvoning tho Fott street church wns filled to its
utmost cnpicity to honr Mr. Hnllenbcck's farewell
pddress, but inviowof Iho arrival of Hoys. Mr.
CruJin and Smith, Mr. Hnllonbeek ttcfurrcd his
parting remarks for Monday evening. Mr. Cruzan
look part In tho sorvico in n ery Impressive,
pleading prnjor. Itov. Mr. Smith took his loxt
From I'salni 27.1, "Ono thing havo I desirid from
tho Lord," which ho divided Into thrco heads nnd
was oxiwumllng with great elonucnco when, from
tho fnll of tho oud of n soat In tlio gallory, a panlo
occurred which intorruiitod tho services for a
time, tint fortunaloly no injury resulted to anyone
Qnlot was restored by tho choir singing somo of
tho familiar Gospel Hymns, whon Mr. Smith re
sumed his discotirso which ho mado nil tho moro
impressive nnd tolling by tho Incident which had
Just occurred. Mr. Hnllcubeok closed with a fov
npiiropriato rctnnrkn and adjourned to thovcslty
room below where a testimony nml imnnlrtr ,n.,i.J
UK vin neiu, which wan ricu in power of tlio
Holy Snlrit'H presence.
On Monday cvoning n Song nnd Tralso sorvico
was hold, similar to that of Tuosdny evening prn
yions, nl tlio close of which Mr. Hnllcubock do
llvcrod his farewell nddrosn, which wns deeply im
pressivo and oloquont throughout and drew out
tho sympathy of tho entire nudlonco iu his earnest
sollcitudo for souls. Ho thanked nil for tho in
terest nnd supiKirt Ihoy hnd givon his labors : the
Christian workers, tho Milliliters, tho need Mis
sionaries; fathers nnd mothers in Israel ; tlio noble
band of praying women ; tho choir that hnd ren
dered such signal assistance night nftor night,
nnd to tho press of this city for their help In tho
work. Tlio services throughout woro cnrichod by
solos by Mrs. Crnzan and Mrs. Hnnford, with
frequent songs by tho choir nnd eongrogatlon. An
inquiry meeting followed In tho lowor room nnd
continued Interest wns manifested till n late hour.
On Tuesday ovening tho Gospel services wero
continued by tho llov. J. A. Crnzan who Il
lustrated tho nnrrativo of Iho Prodigal Son In a
now light nnd iu n forcible, iraprcssivo manner.
Notwithstanding tho contrn-nttractlons elsewhere,
tho departure of n nnmber of tho earnest workers
nnd tho long strain for this climnto on tho peoplo,
tho church wns well filled nnd nt thu close n short
enquiry meeting wns held below. Wednesday
evening tho usnnl prnvor meetings wero held by
tho Fort street and Hethol whutches, separately,
at both of which tlio niemburs gathered with
fresh interest nnd warm hearts, welcoming tlio
now converts. At their cloio they partook of
quito a socinl nnturo nnd removed much of tlio
cold restraint thnt has herotfcforB beon felt.
Last ovening, Friday, a Union Gospol mooting t
wns again hold in tho Fort street churoh, Itov, 8.
0. Damon conducting, which was well attended
and continued interest mnnifestod.
Education of the Chinese.
"Referring again to tho School Tax," I would
hero remark, that if tho tax for this year should
bo collected from all who aro liable to pay, tho
Cbineso will pay mart 'Ami u7 ofier natlawiUtlet.'l
Extract from C. It. Bishop's address nt Oahu
Mn. Lnrron : Through tho columns of your
pnpor, nllow one interestod iu tho causo of educa
tion on tho islands to call publio attention to tho
statement in tho above extract from Mr. Bishop's
nddress. It is n most singular nnd noteworthy
fnct, that tho Chincso olotncnt in our island popu
lation is contributing moro than all other nitlon
alitiea to support our publio schools. Now. what
is tho Hoard of Education doing, in return for tho '
special benefit of Chinese youth ? It is aiding
Mr. Dunscombo, Miss Pnyson, nnd porhaps somo
othors to a small amount, but tho sum total of tho
expeditures would not amount to $1,000, nnd, yot
tho Chiuusonro paying many thousands into r'no
Tho question suggests itself, has nol tho tlmo
come to lake a step in ndvanco of what has been
hitherto dono ? To bo suro tho children nnd Chi.
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neso cnuuren may attended the publio sohools,
bnt Bhould not something bo dono for young
Chinnmau, tho samo na is dono for Hawaiian
youth at Hilo aud Lahainnlnnn; and tho rumor Im
current that n boys' school is to bo established at
Kancoho. Aro there not many Chincso youth,
who might bo educated in the hlghor departments,
if smtnblo means woro employed? Has not
tho time como when a high sohool for Chlnose
outh should bo established in Honolulu? This
is a subject demanding most serious considera
tion. Whatever mny bo said nbout othor nation
nlitics coming hither, nnd mnking tho islands
thoir homo, tho Chinese hnvo come paying their
own pnsnago hither and supporting tuemuelvoa
after thoir nrrivnl. Thoy nro busily nt work, do
yoloping tho resources of tho ialnnds, nud contri
buting their full share for educational purposes,
nnd doing oven more: they nro contributing thou
sands for tho educations of Hawaiians and for
eigners. If yon will nllow mo Mr. Editor, in an
other number of your paper, I may enquire what
thu Hawaiian Hoard is doing for thu Chinese.
.... An OooinEHTAL.
Honolulu, Sopt. 0, 1881.
From Our Hilo Correspondent
Hilo, August Mint, 1881.
EoiTon BiTunnAT l'mtss: The top of Manna
Loa is now porfeotly clear, and wo cannot sou n
particle of smoko coming from it. I took a walk
on tho flow last Monday (ISlth August). About t'wn
miles from Hllo I saw two vent holes, where thoro
was still much fire no hot that I could not get
near enough to boo tbo dopth of tho holos. Thoro
nro soma places whero it will no doubt take a long
tlmo for the lava to coal. No one here tins any idea
thnt tho lava will commence flowing again. There ,
are, in n vo it holo nbovo whero stood the house of
John Hall, three miles from Hllo, two very strango
formations made of lava; thoso who have seen
them say thoy resemble coffins very much. No.
one can get to them, ns it is still quito hot in tho
vent hole. Iu color they resemble old marble. Tho
size of the formations is nbout twelvo feet In
length, four feet tWoad, and two feet deop; the lids
stand partly open. A groat mauy hnvo been up to
boo them, and eon alder Uiem curiosities. A large
picnio party of Indies and gentlemen went up to
sea them one day this week. They left their hursort
nt tho natural bridge Judge MoOally wns ono of
tho nnmber. There is much to bou which will well
repay thoao who tako anv interest in lava Howe.
Kilnuatfjs nlwnya n grand treat. The weather is
Rloaaant aud tho roads quito dry now. I leave for
Iter. J. A. Cruzan will hold a regular servica nt v
tho Vort Street Churoh to-morrow morning, and
condtisH revival, service in the evening, Mr.J
AmaakYl'raU-trtHiinduot tbo afternoon service at'
IUU 14) LWUU,a o o 01O0X,
Any ono liailu: copies of tho Session Laws of 1M1 .
and lrVA and wishing to dispose of th same at a g.wd
osure can Ho so en application to "" i-'
! J J. M. MONWAItltAT. w
Attention Is called to lha Card of Mrs, Simmons, who
propoaeato give Instructions In all brandies of Miulc! '
Mrs, Simmons Is not a slrangertaourcniiimunltv. She"
pontiles a thorough musical edocsllon and Is fulhr, ,
capable of Impartlug Instructions In both vocal and'
Instrumental music. &' fc'
Tho Mendelsohn Qunttta Club la expected by the
KcaUndl. Should tlio steamer an Wo bfore 7 o'clock"
Saturday cveulns, a concert wUI be jlvtn In tha larjo
dining hall of Iho Hotel, un other plsca bs In available
that evening. If shearrlvrs lata Sunday night. It Uk
quite possible, a conceit wjll bo glvui as early as
o'clock Mondiy morning, All partita cmncflfd bjjTa
telephone will be notlrled directly arrangements arejj
made, and It la hoped thsy will lake tho means of ln
forming their friends. a'4
miam s usmiL itcv a w uanion, unapiaia. Ml
Street, uear tho Sailors' Home. Wenching at II ii
naia iree. osoeaiu ncnuui ucirro ma moruntg nervie
irayer uietlliieon tvequcsuay cucnlligs at Irf ucloa
Fiibt UvukktChuucu Uev J. A. Crusin faster, corn
nf Fort and UcrtrUnU street. Preaching ou buuiU!
alii a nana Oi ex. oabiiairt tKhooi at iu a si.
Nr Axubiw's C'ATUXMUl Vugllsh srvlerst HI It
th illshop vf Honolulu and Itev Thoa Blacklisiii. Ma
walUn senlMsi Hev Alex Mackintosh. s, Holy
CummunlonV3l, Matins and Sermon (Hawallaa)i tf,
Mallua, Litany and rxnuou (Kngll'hjl , KvMiloaK
(Hawallau); 7.30, Xrsnsunir and Hiruuo (Ingllsh)"
KoaAM Catuouo CHISJ.U-Under lh chsrre of Hi
Hev HUhop Malgret, assisted by Hr Wsbpp sfenianus
rort street, near Bereunla. Services every stsodar ai
SMvtsanatTU 'cbik, aeterealtisa wlita KaJHi.,-Bllt
IMktrUt ietUis Ui vwloais tl-pI. at iMrM. UijTt
w,viMij( viv 17 n(-iutr si in r ja.
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