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II Y E. P. ADAMS.
will b f old t Auction Wllhoel Iteserve,
On Th.irsi.ny, Uoptcmlirr 'JMh,
Al II u clock noon st Sales Itoom.
A Splendid Driving Horso,
Scond In every respect,
AND IS SO KIM) AM) UKNTLK
That a lady can drive Mm.
IIo is alto Exxl under tlio ttntUlc.
T I. AIIA.tf.N, Ancfr.
REGULAR CASH SALE
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th,
At ID A. Jt. n Mnlce It mini.
Dry Goods and Clothing-,
' jCetaaoy w arcs,
HJVe;?li Gri'occi'icw !
Tint Australian lttttter,
Slicks Small Yellow Com,
Sacks California Potatoes,
.Sacks ltnrwii Sugar,
Coil Mtinlln Hope,
Bale Wrapping Paper,
Cases Kerosono Oil,
Cases Soda Crackers,
, Case Medium Dread.
ONE SINGLE HAKNESS, In Good Onlcr.
B. IV ADAMS. Auct r.
C. BREWER & GO.
EXPECT BY THE FINE
American Bark " Ceylon,"
Dnn from Boston in October.
Tlie Following List
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
WHICH WILL BE
OFFERED FOR SALE TO ARRIVE.
ITpon IDnm-y Tonus t
Steam Coal, Cumberland Coal,
Franklin Coal In casks, for Family Use.
l---. 130 degrees test,
Out Nails, 3tl to 40il,
Lanterns, Cbnrcoal Irons,
Hunt's Aicfl, Hunt's llatchots,
C zl i 1 jYI ntches,
Tnr, Pilch, Rosin, Turpentine,
4 a&axxVLa. Cordage,!
A CHOICE ASSOaTMEENT OF
Corn Stnrch, Tomntoos,
IJoston Baked Betas tGcauino),
XTxnioj" Crxiclccri! I
Hnckin'a Tomato and Mock Turtlo Soup,
Hnm and Tongnc,
Mnlo and Ox Carts,
ZiOwtru; to the large stock of merchandise In tlio
market, we propoao to sell thi consignment
At Prices that nil) Suit our Cnstomnrs.
SAO I '. BfcCWr.K A to.
TIIH FOLLOWING SUKVBYOK'H
,L lastiumrtits, neatly m.w, ate tCued at ftdueed
I a-lueh Tnssl with level on telescope, trading
to 90 av In c as. Ac
I Uumpf l-s-vel, with DaeiJng Patent Ilaae, extra
rj plrte ic , very superior
I Alirruld llaminvlrr. by Itoaeh, reading to
IJ."Ufetlhy tAhs,wlln book of Tablet, Ac.
1 30.fl tliaalis I'iu.
1 llinkrniiiua'i Mitel Tape, C0fcU
I I.eiel KMlTl".esle,
bandrylfcwksoqltallsiay, IlrlJjs.and Dock, boHdlng,
land Ifcsasa ot Fwiaa, . IwMivUM
llll.LINOIIAM X CO Furt HI
Haling tmishl the b.sUess nf ll. U, MertoM & Co.,
ua IIMtl bl.,ai i-rtpusal lu carrj cu
I Us business ul
GAS FITTING, AND
IN ALL ITH UUANUIIES.
PUBLIC PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Firm namt, HlbTI.EK k. HMITII.
Hoaotala.Aarastl.lsel, H Win
BlUlard Ttble For gale,
IK PKRFECT OUDKIt, HTltAlII.K
A KUfllltrinaki I'btlaa it CollsaJtr cuibiunsj
uttiiabrd. uartkaUtaeoi'slta at
COMMKKCIAL llILLIAKD PAKLOIW
iwlft--4L-,, jaafc .--vaa
PACIFIC WAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
For San Francisco.
Tiir. m'1.i:.mii ntiujwiiii
CAIMl I LI- IIJI.MA.MII.lt.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOn SSN FRIKCISCO
On or nbout Monday Scpt.20.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
Tin; Ni,i.r..nn .srr:A.Mmir
CITY OF SYDNEY !
On or nbout Snturday, Oct. 1st,
Tot t'rr'thl tnl l'"ir, Ki'i'lr tn
'jJIn. II IIACKKKI l).t (CAsmiIv
(Jmt4 Inr .Mtilpmrtit prr Mrnnirr mil ntur
Itf Murrtl, lrt i CtuirKr. In III rirftrHif
" nrrhitiir nriir llil .Slrniilrr to tint f.
L'OR SAN I'RANCISCO.
,a 1111. I.ini nIlU.l llAlihUti.ii
lav Jane A. Palkinburc
Ct IlfnitMIT, MaMor,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the nbovcPort
I'ot Ticlsht and l'ivaco Apply Io.
WJ M IASTLK .t t'OOKK, Acrnlt.
unit unnu nun nniini in n
o-a nt-n iunn hiiu nunuLULU
B3V PACKET LINE.
MHssns v. it. rnossiiAX &
Mm"., will dlrl tthn ftttl tlnff ,rtrl Irnm New
Yoit;tullil I'ott atom Nov ll. l'atttrt ilnltlnj; Io
"hip by thl line rittett will need to furwartl irdrr lr
the Steamer of "inh o( Aucuit, tn af nrc nxim fur tliclr
fieUht. CATTLE A COUKK,
No am 4' Acentu In llonolnln.
IIIMI, I I MAM i:t:.
Simmer t.Dccllkc mil leato llonolulti each Tuetxla-r
at 4 r. M., tonchlnj; at Lahalna, Miuhf.i V.ay, Jlakena,
Mahnkona. KaHfllhae. Lacpalioehoc and llllti.
Kcturnlni: will touch at all theabotc lott, arriving
at llonolala c&cli fjundaj a. m
CO- .ti t'rclll rr I'li-Kince Jlrjr. -sn
We poHlTelr refuc to open account' for ran"c,
and we- particularly call the attention of tlio truvtltnj
pulilletothaur-erfltr of haillic Harare and frclelit
plainly inaiked; the steamer aiI! nut be reponslnlc
fur any unmarked UairciKc, or (or Frvtqht or Tarcels.
unlens Itrri'iplril ir.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
In all Ml't ol frflfht forpattlo not retpon'lbl", or
nnknnwn, the freight money will Ik? required In advance
1A!KA)I-.S arl.HllllllM mill UIXUI Jlt.S
111! PLAINLY .MAKKUfl
Kor the party whom they are for, or plainly elated In the
receipt to whom they art couMgncd.
All demands for damatc or loss must be made within
In 110 war liable for loss or accident to live stock.
fjT" Hark Drirers, Hoys, and such like, will not be
allowed on board the Mcamrron arrival, until after the
passengcra hare been landed.
JOJ VILDKIl A CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
The A I Clipper beboouer,
Will sail from Honolulu tollllo direct, and will call at
lntcrraedtatc Torts on the return trip.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain on board,
1 3I or A. yitAXK COUKK, Agent.
A. FRANK COOKE,
AGENT rOU THE FOLLOWING C0ASTEHS:
"Wnilclo. gXf Malolo
WiUoli. MM J"Ha
"Wnlnhti. Avi Walmnlu,
Gen. SIoroI caVSi Knltuin,
FLAO Iter! rlth Whll 1IJI. Oftlcc-CoiBcr of Queen
b3; and Nunanu Istreeta. t
CHAS. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINJEOF PACKETS
ear Tin: avii.t, nr.
M?fV dispatched from Uoston for llonolnln on or
Tbo lat tiny of Koremler next.
1'crsons wishing to order -joods shipped by this vessel
should mall onlcra 011 nr before brptcmhir. J;in. For
further particulars atiply to
N 3m C. HIIEWEIt A CO.
PLANTERS' LINE R)R SAN FRANCISCO
Ji C. Browor &. Co. Agonts. .
JH- Merchandise received Mornuo rrp-.'5?5
and liberal rash advances made on shipments by I hi J
U. IIUEWEIl A CO.
A LARGE SELECTION OF
SUPERIOR MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
2 superior I'lnnos of Anclier Frclcs, l'aris.
Mclodeons, Organs, Piano Stool. Violins,
lKiuble Hisses, Vloltincellus, Guitars.
Violas, Musical linns, laiulourlncs,
lunjos. Flutes, Piccolos, 1'lageolets,
Mfe, Hand Organs, Concertinas.
Ilandonrous, Arcordeonsruulni; Forks,
Violin Hows, Vlollncello, Ilnv,
Double Ilass ISows. Vlollii.nrcks, Pegs
And llrldges.Tall Pieces, Clarionet lueds.
ALL KINDS OF STIitNGS FOK
, Guitars, Basses, Cellos,
And a variety of small Musical lostruminta.
ta im s:t . iui. ntn'iwciii.AMir.H c'i.
NEW ART GOODS !
THOS. 0. THRUM'S, FORT ST, STORE,
Cliromo Tanelit unTrained. Photo Panels,
In a variety of subjects, framed.
New Style Combination find Group Photo
Panels and Framed Picture,
Ebony Frnmos for Stand nnd Easel.
Hand and bland Plata Minors.
WINDSOR MD NEWTON'S OIL COLORS,
Artlata Canvas Mounted Boards.
A variety cf IMltlorytof the
Revised New Testament.
finely or Comparative.
rainr. i'Mii:iiHiii.M.i iiavij biikn ai-.
M liolnled IsmrKirarv admlnlstratAr nf thtf rslatt of
H 11. liuinms, ibe-sK-il, noilca Is hereby given Ihst
alt persons havtag claims acalnsl lha l'taia ptescnl
laem. uiiit auiurnucaiiM, wnnin six ruonins irom Hal
or Ihey will b forever barrrd, and all persons owing
th4 rstate will sttllti tho urns without delsr.
SspUl.tral. A J 'AimVliiailT,
M Iru Temporary Adiulnlstiator Estate
n. D llarruws, deceased.
MU CllirX IsL'Xt; HAS THIS DAY
retired flow the ttrm ol Y T. If nelisn & n.
rtljrord F T I.E,Sl:ll All .t CO.
llonnlali), hepl I tMI 871 U
K.sI.fJ.Tl'C'KUIt UASTHIH DAY
All. iim sdmlltnl as a luitner In our not. Ihii new
mm assatnlng the nr pnaslhllillca of and uillcctlag all
in m. Ufa aa iu 11.0 11 10 vii.
(Wgnrd F. T. LKNEIIAV A CO,
lluoolilln. b'ept ) lail. Wl M
j iu:itKiv rouiiiu Atr. im:-
I sons from hsrboilpg it Irultlnc any , on ray
aeeoqiit, as I will not pay tat dents voatracted In
iny name, or est myarcouat, alirrthls di. wlthoui
awrlitca order from me. W. C. lUillDKN.
tlllo llxtlk. Antast ltb. ly-l. eW .'jam
3Flmlx for Sale.
THE CARGO OF 10,000 FISH
KX sK'UK KALt'MA.
ll ofltrcd In lots to tall puichssen. Apply la
A. r. COOKS. tl tea
Wv-'. JsiAa,,J , .. ,.,..
OFFEli FOR SALE
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
jfsr iti:cEivi:n pi:ii
11 IOLAN!," H. Cnrrola, Mnstor,
I.Mdsjs from llremen,
Consisting In part of as follows)
A Largo Assl. of Dry Goods,
I'nncr Print', Tueiitj-Phr Xrw St)lp,
Denims, llrmvn nml Wliilo Cuttona,
DiilU, TlckiiiRa, Tntkcy lied, Ac,
Merinos, black and colored, 4 qualities
HcptM, ColicmrKv, Alpncas, llnllnn Cloth, nml
l'rlnlpil SitlPOtn. Ponivtilonrn, PlnMa,
(Jitiplmnm, Victurli Uiwti", Sntln Klrltwd,
1 nncy Mrlpcil (Jrrnnilitirn,
Whllo Bilk JniuiHM', Twills, Scrijo?,
lllncfc nnd Colorul VcIc(b,
Mack, (Jrcngrnin, Pnticy, Colored nnd Striped,
llacksktns, DinRniinlc, Twcotls, Cordu,
SorRi'K, SlleMftK, DiH'skltis, Cisslincrrt, Ac.
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hlclnry, Denim, ic.)
Merino nud Cotton Uiidershltti,
Wliite lSoKom KliirlK, Ac,
Stick nnd Ktuckinj;fi, Hnndkcrchicfs,
A LAHOK INVOICE OF CLOTHING
Pino Hlnck Cloth Frock Conts nnd Panto,
IluckuMn Snckn, Pants nnil Cults,
Pelt, Molinir, Drill, Plnnnrl S ick nnd Pants,
Hoy' Shirts nnd Children's Jnckits,
Monkey nnd Bailor Jnckots,
1. IC. Con.tR nnd IJc(;('nR''i Oftrpet Slippors,
Silk nml I. C. Umbrellas and rar.isufn,
Fancy nnd TraM-llnii Shawln,
Cotton nnd 'l"nrklh Towels,
Wbita nnd Fancy (Jullti,
Felt Kurh nud llrrjbscls CarTiellnc,
BLA1 XlirS :
Horso Itlankcta. Whlto and Fancy Illaukcts,
Knncy Sttipd Woolen, Iwodze",
Sairlet, Ornnj-p, Wldto Wooleii,aand t points,
Tlircads, Tnp1, KInfitic, Scarfs, Ac,
Silk nnd Velvet lliblions,
Unttons for Shirts, Coats, Pnnts, llrcmes,
PBRFDJIBRY, FLORIDA WATER,
Qcnninn Ean do Cologne, Lnbin's IWtraots,
Toilet So.is, Philocomc, llnir Oil, Combs,
Mirrors, Ixxiking Glnsscs. l'iios.
I. It. IlnlN, IlnrinonicK, llliuik ltook?,
Albums, Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Wntclies,
Ileuip and I. It. Puckinc;, Coal KisLets,
Extension. Arm, Dining ltoom nnd Parlor
Chnirs, Settees, Ac,
Saddles, Calfskin?, Girths, Stirrnp Loathcrs,
CRATES OF ASSOUTliD CKOCKEIIY,
ContniniiiK Plates, Cups, Teapots, Howls,
ClmniNrs, J'.ico Dishes mid Bakers.
Demijohns. U and i sails ; S,raplo Hot lies,
Vases and Glasswnre, Manila nnd Tarred ltope,
Sugar cfc; Rico jESelss
Of nil sizes and qualities,
Coal Haus, Gnnnies, Twine, Jlurlaps,
VooliMck nnd Twilled Sackiuc;, Linen Hose,
Sardine, in half nnd quarter boxes,
II. nnd P. liiscnits, Salt in jars.
Castor Oil in Tins, Stearino Candles, I, C and C,
Mnlches, Coco.inut Oil, AVnf.li HIne.
Hubbuck's Linseed Paint Oil, II Whito Lend,
"Whilo Zinc Puint,
Do Lanca fils and Bontclloan Hrnndy, and
Hnm, Gin, St. 1'nnl Ilcrr, Alo nnd Porter,
Port Wine, Sherry, Illiinn Wine,
Fino nml Inblo Clarets. Cliniuparnip,
Drv Hcidseick Monopole, Ch. Fnrro,
O. II. Mnmru k Co., Sparklins Hock,
Moselle, Ac, Ac
German and Havana Cigars
Plntcd AVnre Snoona, Forks, Cruets, Tea Sets,
Pocket and Butcher KniTCfl, Scissors,
Sheep Shears, Needles, Spoons, FiIim,
Spurs, Galvanized lkuiiu. Hoop Iron,
hex Itivets, Hauuuent,
Yellow Metal nnd Conittosition Kails,
Babbitt Metal, bastr Coolors,
Iron Tanks, Clarilicrs Ac Also,
Portland Cement, " White Bros.,"
Firo Clay, Blacksmith Coal, Firo Bricks,
Tiles, Einpty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac
Terms Liberal. Samples sent Free of Freight.
Orders from the other Islands carefully
attended to by
J US T JLAN DED!
Ex "CitT of Bombay,! 'Oberon." and
SUGAR BAGS! '
RICE BAGS !
Twino, Galynnizod llackits, Shot,
Door Mats, Hugs, Cooon Mnttlni;,
Hpyclusses, Fence Wire annealed ;
TWJ PIANOS, of Aucher Freres, Paris.
"HOUSEHOLD" SEWING MACHINES
AlHO oia DEEctxxca.!
A NI'.W SUPPLY OF
Galraui7.el 4.polntcd Htrlwd Wire,
Manila Cifjara, liaw.iilun ltico, No. 1;
Clarets In Casks and cases !
Liquors and Liqueurs, Ac, Ac.
FOK BALK BY
Wl Ml m Ed. H otfsp hinp 6 o r & Co.
THE HAW. BARK 'lOLANI',
Cpt. M. OARRELS
XXctsm ixxjajt orrivoci from
131 dsys passage.
With au Assorted Cargo of
Kf For particulars see adr column of
H. HACKFELD & CO.
TO THE MUSICAlTFuBLIC."
A-ri:i am :.ft;iiir..Ni: or ovi:it
tMrir years. I au prepared to select all kinds of
Musical .Merchandise for Aiaaienr llsnds and otbeis, 1
shall iMglsdlo receive order, for String Instruments
required vt for auylhlng in tb Musical llur
JUsCPII f. PlfKKIIISlI,
M 1m till Car. K.I, Hr.rf.cli laager & Co.
woTiri: is iiKinfiiY jivj:x
ll that all persons are forbidden to trespass upon lb
l'libl7lll2hUf Al.A.NL'l aud WAILAMUA, Mp
hnla. Maul, without Killlru prrialsslou of lha uuuee
o tin THUS. K. CI AUK A CO
rsi:rs:n. rant tiii: I'l'MMimiijifi or
PAIAI tn thr 1)0 sen's llnspllal In such onsnll
tlrsaslusy brra)rrdt Itr a Irrviol one year fmm lha
Isl Oclobir, Uil. Kill le irciltnlsl IheenUr of lha
utid'rslgutti up la Vt uutu un i-sluid.s Ibn-Jllh Sep.
tsuiber. Y. A. DCHABI'Klt.
lloonl ula. Sept 1Mb. Hal.
u : mi 11
afaf t ACNKM Uf MIX T I.n I
W1FC llaaiakua, llasall. adjoining that msjtilt
cent plantalloa vt Saiaacl t'arknr, cm, and lu iks
proitiulty loi'.sulli i'lauUtlon. whtth is uow lainlni
out i tucs to th. .:!, apply to
WAl.TKK II HEAL.Ktq.rH
M ll.UV COOPEK? f
.,( .,i. .,.,..... e. y. Atlfil'siat iiiiitWrs-t-' . . , ..-
Krulntlons oT tlio TJonrit of llrnltlt con
toritliii Prlvira, CnsaiiooIsSritlns.Savvcrs,
All prlvlrs, eessjiools, drains, sewers, ponds, or oilier
places rontalnlnastaKiiant atcr, manure, or other mat
ter found In a stata prejudicial I'l thfl public health,
will be cleansed by the Agents of the lloanl of Heallh
at tha expense of Ihe persons nwnlnrj them, or any per
son rrsponilblaforthetn, If not cleansed within forty
eight hours after tho owner or responsible person has
been nolllleil by the Hoard or Its n;:ent, pursuant Io
.Section ID, Chapter 69 of the Penal Cade. If In Hit
opinion of the agent nf Ihelloinlof Health they cannot
be proptrly cleaned, Ihey must be at once closed or re
moved. Prom and aflcr this date all privy vaults nnd cess
pools bnllt In thn District of Honolulu within K, Hmlls
bounded by the N'nuann stream on the north, School
slreetoii thomauka, and Victoria street on the south
and thn city front lnnit be bnllt water tight, and all ex
lstlnr privy vanltsoreesipwls within tho said Hmlls
mnt lie mada watertight upon notice of tho Hoard of
Health or Hi agents.
l'onr months from this dale all privy vaults or cess
pools which are not water tight, or which han not
been thoroughly cleaned within n period of six mtmlln
shall be closed, and any person keeping such a privy
vault nrcesspoit open thereafter shall bo liable tn pros
Any person violating any nf the abovn regulations. Is
liable to be lined In a stun not exceeding min hundred
dollars, a provlihd In Section 2M of the Civil Code.
Unto I of I ho Herniations nf tho Hoard of Health, at
procd Aur.iutli, ISTU, Is hereby nnnnlled.
II. A. P. CAHTKIt,
M STJOt President Hfrard tit lltallh.
Bonnl orllonlth Notice.
Notice Is hereby ghen that tho Ilegnlattons nf July
7th, llil, requiring that no vessel s&lllng from Ihe Is.
laud of Oahu for other Island Ports, shall lake any
passenger nr luggage on board, without a permit from
the President of thn Hoard of Hialth or an Agent of
said Hoard will cease to liato chVct on and after the
first day nf October pros.
II. A. P. OAKTEIt.
Prcsldmt Hoard or Health.
Honolulu, firptSlrd, IS3I. M SW 3t
Bonrtt of Health Notice
Persons desiring thn services of the Odorless Kxcavn.
tnrlninpnrted by the Hoard of Health, will leave notice
In writing addressed to John ll.llrnnn, agent of the
Hoard of Health, at the Station House, or send through
Honolulu, Sept Zlrd, 1BSI. U 8?J 3t
Salo of Xioaso nf Govoriimont Lnnd.
On Monday. October 17th prox., at tho front cntranco
of Alllolanl Hale, at 1 o'clock noon will bo sold at
Public Auction tho Lease for seven )ears of Lots' Nos.
GJnndM; situated on the Hsplanade, llonolnln.
Upset price SIS') per annum, each lot, payable semi,
amnllyln adiance. II. A. P. CARTIIIt,
department of Interior, 1 .Minister of luirrlcr.
Honolulu, Sept lllli, ItVJt. f 65 5t
Licenses Expiring in September, 1881.
1 Love Ilro, Nunanu .Street, llonolnln
1 I.en Wo. Nunanu Stmt,
5 K J McCandles. Niiusuu Street, "
2 I. Ahuna & Co, Xuntinu Street, "
(1 Win (let Ohont', Mtiuanu Stred. "
K II K Mclntyre A llroe, cor Tort & King Street, "
7 .lacoli Lvoii, eor Kort Jc Merchant Street,
7 On Chong .V; Oo, Nuiianii Street, '
11 P. Melnerny. Fort Street, "
D Iami Xgawk, Wnlanae
10 Mct.enn llro. Nnnann Street, "
10 J. tl. Itamsry, llotil Street, "
1.1 Ah Sen. Waialua,
It Kong Hlng Lung & Co. Hotel Strret, "
10 Won Ong, eor King ft Punch Howl htrcet, "
17 Max Hckart, Kaahumsnii Street, "
IS Mis. (J lllrd. cor Punch P.ottl A r.ertanla St., "
l'J T. Assee, Nunanu Strttn. , "
a) Ynii Ken A Co. Hotel Stteet, "
SI Ah Zu. lloretanla street. "
2J A. A. Montano. eor Fort .t King Street' "
Si WlngAVuTal A Co, Ttnuauu Streit, "
3) J. T. Jc II. Watf rlnuse, (uteii Street, "
10 A. S. Cleghom & Co, Wolhec.
10 Allnrdyee A- Caldnell, Lahalna,
11 Aklka. Wnlliil.li,
1.1 ?toei Ulniiahclo, Kliiahutii, liana, .
15 Mnn Chuck .t (loo Kim, Haiku,
IS Akamukol.Kanialn, Molokai.
18 F. 0. Achong, Haiku,
2 C. Y. Alnna. Ilonnkaa. Ilamakua.
1 r ll.r,l ifnfcjilli TlUn
tUI,ft!0.'--'- i f - -,
gu u. Y. Alnna, vvaipio. iiamakna,
J! U. Spreckels .t Co, Hakalau Plantation, Hilo,
23 A. H. Cleghom .t Co, Hilo.
8 A. Con Chen As Co Kapaa,
91 h. P. Ilanehelt, Walme.i,
gU A. Drier, Koloa,
S5 Wing Wo Tal & Co, Nnuanu Street, Honolulu,
KKI'.1I. M'lllll. '
34 E. Chamberlain, Hotel Streit, llonolnln,
S3 M. B. Grlnlunim A Co, (J.neen btrett, Honolulu
'JO Ulshop & Co, Honolulu,
27 A. S, Oleghorn & Co, Hawaii,
27 Jacob Lyon, Kingdom,
t J. C. Avona & Apol. Hawl, N. Kohala, Hawaii.
1 Allna, llonomakan, Kobala, Hawaii.
2 K.C. Mc'-'andless. .Nnnann Street, Honolulu,
2 Cheonc, Houokaa. Ilamakua, - ,.
r, A. II. Hou;:hton. ltlchani Street. Honolulu,"
fi Wong l.in. Hotel street. Honolulu,
0 Aho.i, .V. Kohala, Hawaii.
It Ahuna. Kahultil. Maul.
li Akanallllll, Pllhonuv. llllo, , .
ir Hopliiic, cor Nuuauu .t Herctanla Strecti, Honolulu,
17 Apa, Makapala, N. Kohala.
IS Awal. Lahalna, Mrnl.
2S Ijim Ton, llonomakan, N. Kohala,
H C, h. Allnna, Waiohluu, Kau,
CO Hnlllstertt Co, Xmianit Street. Honolulu,
21 A. McWayne, cor Fort A: Ml rch:mt bticct, Honolulu,
22 13. II. Kckulal, Tuna, Hawaii.
.1 J. W. l'nnl. Koloa. Kauai.
4 Kuluaaha, Lahalna, Maul,
u U. II. Makee. Walhee, Maul.
I.t (. (i. CIIMnrd. lmt Hired, llnnolnjii,
SI W. McCaudleaa, Fish Market, lluunlulu,
27 Akanallllll. Itiielo, Maual.
23 W.T. Martin, Walolilnn. Kail,
1 John Illebardson, Lihalna,
SS Ktola, IIe.ue.lutu,
tt Koii Sing I ing, Pneo, Hilo,
It Sin Ah Sin, Walluku,
1 1 (I W V Jones. Kau,
11 II. Akana, Punahoa, Hilo,
27 Xapue, Slulll,S, Kohala,
20 Samuel ('.. Kaal, Nahlkii. Koolan, Maul. ,
27 Kaalalll, Haaa.Maul.
II Kcatllhananul, Laual. ,
IIIIK A It MS. '
S A. J.Cartwrlght Jr., ' Knna, Oshu.
1L 71. Aiidicws,
21 John l.lshman, " "
21 F. Lyman, ,'
20 15. A Jones, t V
Tho weok past has been 0110 full of reviral work
iu Ilia comiuuuitT, both foreign nnd native. 'Ilia
meelitiRM hnvubeun ootitiuuetl cacii evening with
unabated iuUre.t, and tho laboruof Air. Ilalten
beck ami l!ov. W. J. Smith have Mcusioiuilly bent
Kivcu to the native meetings at Kawniabao, u
1 erviees nt thu Fort street church have permitted.
Thu foreign Meeting through tho week havo
been ouudacted by Mr. HalleiiUck, exoeid that of
Wedmaday and t ridty owning;, ilor: Mr. Smith
has fnyoroa tha publio with a aerie of iliblo reaut
lugs which he Inaugurated Inst Sunday afternoon
at tho Lvoeum nnd which have been dear, com
prvhcuatvo InlorpreUtioiia of piwayea tbrouguout
the lttble, 011 subjects ixirticulurly applicable to
tho krhoii of refrushlnir that Honolulu U now on
Joying, ami which haa lx.ru very bcnoDclal, uot
only to tho ucvr converts, but thot older lu tho
arrvicu of Chriat. Each service baa been followed
by uu enqu ry meeting that has bten rich In the
prcacncc vt tu-.-ili.-lr t-plrtt's jier oiv u),
luny as mucu na any toruier ween s service. Sleet
ing Lave been held nightly liticu Monday fur Ha
wnilana with remits rj ubovn ataled.
Lot cvjinn;, Friday, by poohl rtqueat Mr.
Haiti nlxck ripo.itcd lift teiuterunoo theiuu"What
it Uoanvl TcrjjH-ranorf, " which wua again well at
tended and li.lriud to with deep Interest.
1 or lho coming wick w nro a bio to r,ie tbo fol
lowing plan ol work, nrrntigciuciita for which
were completed as we penned tho abovo.
It Is planned to luato Sunday a " field day " In
revive) wo,k. In tho luornlu,; nt 11 o'clock, Uv.
J. A. t'rvznn will pnach at thu Furl Strret church
o! " 'I ho Attractive Power of tho Croaa," nud Huv.
H. 0. Damon will pnach at the Bethel rburrh. lu
thu .veiling nt Foil htrtct cburvb. tlir will b 11
platform taittlnu with britf addrciwa by Dr.
Uaiuou. ltev. W.J. Hinllh, of tho TabornacU
church, Kan Ft inrb-y), and thu Kvangclist Jialleu
lick. uaui thu important thuja What shall bo
tho Heaulu and the Future of thU llevlral ?" Mr.
Cruzan will tirench in the evening through an In.
k.rireter to Ha,vaiiaua at KneaUh uhurch. N.xt
vtiwkrotivnl swrvicesi will lw held Monday vu
ln, tie. W.J, Smith lxeachinu tbt armoii, and
nlso 011 Friday evening. On Wedneaday tiratnti
U rrgalar church prajtr tuectiniM, niul oh
Thoniur evenlus n young cuuvert's Msd hi
qulrer'a m.tla iu the Foil Street cbuicU Ywtry,
SMTHMMilt 21, 1681.
All advertlsrmentl for the Sart-niuur Pncs inuitbe
sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for tho current
Isti'e ran be guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will mark Ihe nnmber nf Insertions de
sired, from which dale Ihey charge. Any not sn mntkrd
will be charged J months.
TI10M. (1. TIII1UM. Manager.
Things Wiso and" Otherwise.
Wo had to smllo nl tliofnireffe' "yonr nnolhcr"
stylo nf mcetlna nrumiient. Wo li.nl Riven it credit
for morn mental calibre.
Tho Princess lleent UolT for a tonrof Knti.il
accompanied by her usual retinue, Including, on
this occasion tho Hon. J. M. Kupcna, Postmaster
Onr ernmlmlillnii Postnmsler General lias
oxleudcd his '.vanilf tlns to Kami, Perhaps, postal
department matters on Liiml, Nlihatt and halioo
l.nio wilt next bo Investigated.
We learn that tlio lount of tHo Princess Itecent
nro made thn occasion fur tho delivery of election,
eerltiff speecho.1 by nltendauls, audit Isn fair
Infercnco that tlui speakers havo her npproval
unless sho takes means to check their indiscreet
llefcrrlnijlo tho Vie A Inn' account, ulvrn In
another eoimnn. of tlin Kind's etiioiisen nbroait
bnltii; it Rniitnil for tho report of. selling tho I
islands, wo nro informed ukiii p.ood nnthorlty that ,
instead of tho Kltm'H expenses belnc heavy, ho
has not drawn Ihe slliinlntcd nmotiut that wan :
arranged for prior to his departure, as ho ban
overynhcro bent tho tjucBt of lorelun coun trios.
Hon. J. M. Katut endearored to itnmortallra
blmpelf nl Wulluku recently In n iolltionl
fsliimplnR of that district by stigmatizing tho
foreigners as "enemies," and nlminn; to lolson tl.ej
IllillilH (if nativts nenlliRt votlnr? for fnrrlmiern nt
thn next elections, if tho wblln race were not tho
Etnunchlest friends of Hnwnii Ihey would not havo
u IcfjislntUo body to troublo thcmsclYcs over now.
Thn Ktiokoa ban received n fcltcr from n corre
spondent stntltiu that tho writer known of neon.
stablo lu Honolulu, who has received n lirlbo to
conceal nil illicit distillery of spirits. Tbo editor
thereupon ndrises his correspondent to lay Ilia
facts beforo Mnnhal P.irlte, iu order that tho
offenders mny bo brought tnjnstiro. This Is not
thu only caso that is coming to light or a bribery
nature. Mo wonder so many laws for suppression
of evil nro as dead letters on our statute books.
We but echo publla opinion when wo say that
thn Post Ollica in not conducted iu n manner to
retain tho coulldcucc of tho Island communities.
Wo again say that wo nro without nrvjudicu
ncainst, or Ul-leelln-x towards thn Hon. J,M. Kn
penn! but wo nro Ixnind to sav that wo do not
consider that hu has either tho ability required
nor tlio traluiiiK and experience to fit lain for this
lionitlon. Kitlier of tho other persons nominated
nt the tiieo of bis selection would carry ilrst-elans
oxecutho ability into that olllco, and otto of them
n vnlnabla experiencu iu postal matters. The
public has n right to expect consideration In tho
wlectloii of fitting rerBonsfor such important
Tim old ndaga still holds true., thnt "peoplo
who livo in Klaas hottsoa should not throw stonoV
Ournfjed cotempornry, thn I'.C.A., of Saturday
bint uays: "Tho demolition of the old Union
Saloon proven tha necessity of lookinir into tho
condition of oilier old wooden structures. Stan
chion's nnd boams, with u thick coat of paint out
side, were apparently sound, but when looked into
were fonnd to havo been hollowed out by nuts. It
is qucstionablo whether n number of other pro
mises in Ion n that might bo named would pasnn
rigid Hurvoy." 'lho following; lines, written too
late for our last issue of tho Fr.tss aro very appro
priate in this plnco: "Tho bnildinij formerly oc
cupied by Mr. S. B. Cunha on Merchant street ban
just been torn down, exposing tlio condition of tho
ndjolning. build 113 on tho Ewu sido, whioh Rivca
decided evidence of a tendency to tear itself down.
Is tho work to bo left to tho unaided law of gravi
tation which regards not tho vahio of human life,
or hhnll humanity step in and prevent a catastro
phe which ovcry appearance would indicate, an
imminent ? "
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
Tnn Etcamcr Lilttika will hereafter mnko no
moro circuit trips of Hawaii.
Dn. Nkiijjox, Government Physician nt tho
Leper Settlement at Kalawao, is in town.
Tun bark GUmpu passed this port on Wednes
day Inst, bound from Puget Sound to Australia.
Tuuua-nro.sliUAWunber t LirRO vessels .from,
European ports iu the harbor dibcharcjinR cargoes.
Tin; Princess Itcgont and party visited tho leper
settlement nt Kalawao on Molokui last Friday by
The brifjanlino II'. f7. Ineln had her injuries re
paired last week, mid left for 8.111 Francisco again
Some correspondence has been received too lalo
for this week's issue, which will havo to stand
over until our next.
Mn. H. L. mixi-No-nrc, W. J. Smith nnd Mr. II.
Waterhouso returned from Hilo on tho l.ikelil.e
last Sunday morning;.
Tub Marshal's salo of laud at Koolan, Oahn,
ndvertised to laLo plnco to-day, is postponed to
Saturday, October 1st.
Ait order for now Postal Union stamps will bo
forwarded by tho Auttralia. Wo will eoo how Iouk
it takes to Ret them here.
Tenders for furnishing, vwi-nf for tho Queen's
Hospital for tho period of otto year will ho receiv
ed by F. A. Schaofcr to-day.
A portion of Mr. Campbell's now brick building;
on Fort street has been opened by Mr. E. P.
Adams for 11 furniture room.
Wk nre under obligations to It. W. Liinc, Esq.
for lata SanFrancisoo papers received via Knhu
lui by the brigautino l'oimut.
Tnr It. M.S. 8. AuttiaHa will bo duo to-morrow
or Monday from tho colonics. Sho may bo
looked for to morrow (Sunday) evening.
A roivnoN of tho coral wall on the esplanado just
mania of Foster A Go's, shed, has fallen in. Tho
old wall bccius to lo Retting shaky in places.
Tins excavation under tbo old Union Saloon Is
being extended to mnko room for tlio foundations
of tho unci: building soon to ho erected thctc.
No M lit, liasln?on received since the arrival of
tha last steamer, but two or three willing vessels
nro now duo and n mall tuny be expected any time.
Hose it Co's. cana nt Waimanato is reported to
bo turning out better thnu was oxpected bo that
the crindirn; will not bo thioagh for thrco weelui
A NiTTVt: naught a curious animal last Thnraday
resembling a rriiw-flah with nippers like a crab
but moro powerful. Wo have never been ono liho
Tin: telephone w'.ro has been exttnded out Bcre
tanla street nnd Luunlilo street this week. TIicm)
wire now span thu town and huburhsiu ovcry
A iicrtrrr i to bo fjiven to Mr. Ooo. Y. Stevens
at thn new Musla Hall to-night, when tho coimdy
of "Joaiah Whltcomb" will bo pruseuted by tho
Tuc rrlnccas Hegeut, PostmnsUr-Gtctral Ka
iwuanud lwrty left Honolulu for Kauai mi the
steamer Jnwti itulit Inst Thursday afternoon to
inakontourof that island.
Tim sun crossed the lino on Its Houthward jour
ney on Wednesday, the i'lst lust. 'lho usual
equinoctial gale una not tuivure at this place, but
there was a considerable rainfall.
Tnr. two largo inonkry.pod trees that stood In
front of tbo old Union mIimii on Merchant street,
weio cut iloau la-.t Taeulay. 'ihey wem planted
many yearn ago by thn former owner of the pruin
Halt, tt native cousUble appointed to look after
lepers in Honolulu, brut been r.cr sqitiiift brih for
not tepurtinn thera. It was found out nnd hu was:
tried iu the Police Court and sentenced to nitty
O.i Saturday hvt n tciiiu belonging Io Mr. J. ll.
Wuk, lieoame f lightened and nit up Fort street,
and nt thn oormr of School street nude a oom
tilete urk of tha vehicle, 'fhu follnwini; luorn
lug Dr. MeGrew'i team im nway nnd alto buo
oevJed in nuking a wreck of thn oarthc.
Tut dUttlct of Kula, Maul, nud Kohala, Hawaii,
were onco f.iuioua for their excellent latoc but
for n number of 3 ears little or no attention baa
lawn paid to the rawing of this vegetable. We nre
informed, bowevvr. that after many etfnrli Mewri,
larsr and Mann, of Kohala, urn now off.riiuj fin
poUUesj M tha result of their JiaUUut eUoiU.
Wu learn that Mr. Frank Damon, who tiaa re.
eenlly returned frooi hla etadiva and travels In
Kuropo and the East, haa been luvittd by the Ha
walfan Kvituuelieal Aaaoelallon to mirliitud the
Cbu mlasion work na theee IslauJa, and that In
orde.' to I aUUI Om dutUsi of the oSlee, be baa at-
ready commeticrd Io ilovotn himself to Ilia aludy
lUr. W. J. Hmlth will deliver a lecture nn " Thn
Yonnn Man's Mission," at lho Lyceum nt 0..TO
o'clock r. m., to-morrow, Knnday, ""I'lilsj Is nn ad
tlress which every younu man should hear, nnd wo
trust tho conlial Invitation for nil icrsons to
attend will bo tintieecssary.
rollowlnpj Is tha programmo for the Hand Con
cert nt Kuitim Squire, nl l.:v) r, st. lo-dayi
iivemirp oeriin rare I on rail I
I'ibad -Morning ....Ileellinvrr,.
tjnvilillln (lerinau Songs Striven
Selection The l,nmbardlans, (by request)... ..... Verdi
tlalop Pomonv ...Leutncr.
K. Pr.Tr.nfox, a Norwegian, who escaped from
his cell nt thn Poller) Station last Tuesday nfler
ono built In lrVk'Iniiil is not snilablo for Ilia irar
jwse. Marshal Parko has spiked wins twit-inch
planks down across tho floor, to 1nal.11 it Inst until
thn Government erects a now nml stronger build
1K. Tun many friends of Mr. M. L. llnllctibcck will
clvn him nn Informal reception this nftcrnooti nl .1
0 clock nl lho roslilenen iif.Iiiilpn Mrl'nlli- nl !,. -
wan. provlous to his do arlttro for Bin Francisco
by lho steamr .iHiffcnfmon .Monday next. His
visit to llieso Islanda in onn that will lone bo
remembered, and wp but echo lho rcntimcriiof
thiseominnnily iu wlslilnj; him 11 H.afo voyae. n
beaftynfoi.r, iindn trust that Wo shall hiivotlin
pleasure of wrleoinlnif him Imclc ncnln to our
shores In tho near fnliiro.
On Tuesday last lho 1'rlnceiw llegcnl received nt
J?,'.1"1' J'',laco ""' ll0w'y consecrated Bishop of
Olbn, .M. J'cer. French CoiniiiUaliinnr. en (ti-.l
presented, nml nfler having prrseuted M. Itatatd,
Chancellor of (ho French illation, presented thn
Illshop of Olbn, who then presented I bo tovereud
fslhcts Cnstnthe, la'onnr, GtilBtan, Clement, Ma
thins, Colombait nml Celcstln. Tho I'rlneemi lto
netit then presented to M. Fecr for Irausmlsslou l
lllshoii Mnlgret tlio diplonin nnd decoration of
Graiul Officer of IhoOitlorof Kalakaua. To lho
Illshop of Olbn was presented for transmission to
lather Dnmleit. ns n testimonial of appreciation
of his loiifx services nt tho leper settlement nt Mo
loknl. tho diploma and decoration of Knight Com
mander of tho Order of Kalakaua.
'I'm: lfirmfiri (London) of August Cth haan
review nearly four columns in length of Jtuho
Pomander's ' Polvneslan llnce." Tho work evi
dently was eatef nlly read nnd lho author Is Riven
credit for hisvalunblo contribution, tho work of
years of labor and research, hut tho reviewer
thinks that " ho hardly has authority " for tracing
Polynesian legends nnd words to nn Aryan origin,
luoroviuw ooncludcsna follows: "Thu ntithor'a
Intention is to supply lu modcrato compass n nar
rative of events as completo and accurate ns a
ciriful htndy of lho original doenmeuts, If they
may bo ho called, can nlfoul. Wo cannot doubt
that his labors will bo appreciated iu his adopted
country, nnd that scholars lu nil parts of tha world
will fool grateful for his timely researches among
theso fast fading traditions, an well ns for tho
fund of varied and curious information ho has
collected. Tho absence of nny Index, tnblo of con
tents, or oven division into chapters, is a defect lu
a work of this kind which tho publishers might,
under tho circumstances, havo been expected to
A most brutal assault was mndo n few days ago
jy William Golden, rook of tho bark Suffolk, on
Silllnm Dunn, ono of tho seamen. Gofdcn wna
having soiuo wotds with Kelly, ono of tho sailorn,
when Dunn came along and took tho part of tho
httet. In tho evening Golden went nshoro to look
for Kelly and fight it out. Ho went to tho Key
stone Saloon, and whilo there Dunn enmo in.
Both appeared to bo r.ober. Golden asked Dunu
why he fntorfered iu tho row with Kelly and mid
ho would mnko him too tho chalk beforo Ihey got
to "Frisco." IIo was quitii enraged and Dunn
said, "It would ho cowardly to otnlto nn old man
liko mo." Lnlor iu tho evening Dunn was taken
onboard 11 0 Suffolk drunk nml laid down on thn
hut'li. Golden observed him lying thcro and
llf i lg him to his feet began pounding him.
Thoy both fell nmong sonio spars nnd closed.
Dunu cried out that ho was bitten and other
sailors pnllcd Golden off. Dunn said Golden wan
a coward to iof.ault him In thnt manner nml tlio
latter followed Dunn up and knocked him down
again. Ho was picked up covered with blood mid
his touguo was lunging out of his mouth, uonrly
bitten through no.ir tho cud. It npiwared to havo
been bitten from tho outside. Golden said in Court
that ho was drunk nnd did not remember any
thing about tho row. Ho was sentenced to an
months' imprisonment nt hard labor.
Tim much exaggerated ropoit of tho caso of as
sault and battery which lately occurred on lho
Waianao Plantation, when pitted of nil linngina
, tion, is thu.3, prchcntojd, in itaiwked truth: .Mr.
Praclit, who had recently been appointed as gen
eral overseer on tho plantation, being 11 man of
extended oxperienco in plantation life, was not
satislitdns to tho amount of work being done by
lho Chinefo lalwrera, mid attempted to instituto
what bo deemed u proper reform whereby mora
Jnlur nnd better discipline should lio enforced.
This, ns is ubeal in bucIi cases, was met by n
sturdy and insolent exhibition of insubordination
from tho men in one of tho gangs ; words caioo to
blows In which Mr. Praclit as well ns thu rovoltera
got some rough handling, but tho men wero oven
tnnlly controlled for tho time. But a powerful
Cliinnuiaii, and a leader in tho revolt, not jet sat
isfied of Prncht's phyeienl ability to copo with
him, at least, sought yet another occasion to test
that ability, by au insulting provocation to fur
ther violence. He wim assigned n solitary job, of
which Praclit undertook himself to bo lho over
seer. Tho result was, I lint thn Chinaman camo off
a severely thrashed individual, Prnelit claiming to
having noted in self-defense, nud tho Chinaman to
having been brutally attacked. An tho parties to
tho affray wero tlioso only present, perhaps tho
word of thoovcisttr should bo entitled to equal
eredoncowith that of tho Chinaman. That tho
conductor l'rncht was ixtr.t legal wo would not
attempt, however, to denv, but wo fully unpreclato
tho possibility of a man of high spirit being urgid
in certain c ires to excess by wilful provocation, n
species of conduct neither uiiiiioicii nor Inficqiienl
among Chineso lis plantation laborers. Chinese,
according to the testimony of many who havo
handled thtm on plantations, mustbo.very bcr
vnnts, or completo mnstcM.
Fouxrwnta is tho recoid of tho Pollco Court
proct edings for tho week : J. Kuhanplo, charged
with adultery with Kuhnua Wright, roumnded un
til called by tho Court, Kaleinuknl, larceny of
fruit, nollt jnwciiiil entered by pruoecutlnu, Kd.
James, druukviinoa.1, lined $10, eosta $1, Win.
Crnze, name charge, lined rJU', costs 1. Kualobu,
namo charge, fined ."1, oosts Kl. Knnoukuu,
chnrgoduitb forging an order, E. Mlkaluml, ut
tering nnid order knowing it to bo forged, Jack
Makaniid John Muliini. aiding nnd allotting, nil
defendants wuivo examination, and Htnnd com
mitted for trial to tho Supremo Court at tho Octo
ber tenn ; bail fixed nt l'U) each. Kealohn, na
sault nnd battery on her husband, fined 5, costs
$1. Ah Choe, heedless driving, fined if.', costs
1.40. Kanianl.i, nu innauo person, committed to
lnsano Asylum. Knia, groas cheat, sentenced to
sixty days Imprisonment at hard l.ilwr, and to pay
costs SJIJQ. Kal.illoii, malielous injury, iinllrjuw
ttqut enterod by prosecution. Wm. Golden, s
saolt nud btttcry 011 Wiu. Dunn, sentenced to si:
months Imprisonment at hard labor, mid to pay
tM0 coals. N. J'vtcrnoii, escaping from lawful
custody, centcnccd to two mouths Imprisonment
at hard labor, and lined $.1, costs ijl. Kal.t,
thrcu charges of gros cheat, remanded to lo-dav
Win. Smith, drunLentiess, forfeited $( ball.
Civil Code. Podler & Co. va. Kalel, Paou, Kal nnd
Puuol, deserting bound service, ordered to ratnru
tu employer and to pay $:l eosui each, Foster A
Co. vn. Pnakanl, duxertiiig ooutntct service, or
dered to return to employer, and to pay f cosU.
J. W, Pfluscr vi). Jobnunu Johanncaou, deporting
contract Ftrvicc, oriicrcii to return 10 uer employ
er, nnd Uiiy If I.W) costs. Deteniliut lefuaed to
obey tho outer of tho Court nud wna commuted to
prison to remain nt hnrd labor, until alio cousuut
to servo nccorditiu to law. WennerA Co. va. W.
O.Joura, Hsst1111p.it for $21.fX, plaintiff nccepU
drfendaiit'a tender, discontinues suit and p.ija
$'JM coau. Hubert Htlggs vs. Jan. McGnlie,
action of trover, (lanugo laid ut if'.Ml for gold
watch and uhain, Judgm.ut for duleuilnut, coals
l,W). Wallaco JiiokKou vs. D. Mnkauul, trover
for horse, damages $!(, Judgment fur plaintiff
for $'-3 or poaMwalon of tho home, C3otJ 1.
II. II. M. 8, Ganmt was at Mnhukona on Wednes
day, the lllli Inst.
Mu. Wiuicu has Lieu poreouslly ciipetlutendlng
tho building of n now wharf nt Mnhukona.
At llllca, nn tho lMh Inel., E. K. Itoblns was
thrown from his bona nnd fr.iotuiod hii colar
Tuc work of getting in tho final potllonot tho
ennorrop atllika plantation U bcliig carrlrd on
with nil dispatch.
Ctiiiia Cntni: of thu whooner lhiUiUilu ar
rived from Hilo on Wrdneaday, and report (lie
aud 1 irto voluinea of arnoVn to be again a.couding
from tho crater on Miuma Ui,
Timao was n firo l Pahalt on flumliy, lho lllli
littt,, which bnrued over thirty acica of lino cana
nnd deailuyrd'Ilttt nt eiila. Thera will be no
unat lots on thu cane providing it U taken off iu a
lew da) a.
- . 1 1 1
Ma. HiLLrxBccK nud companion put in an
suumaranee at KohaU alxait hilf-mst eleven 1. u..
on lho ICtb lust., and held a aervlee in Ihe ualiio
cuurui la tnw evuilng. 'iiiero vu a very gisal
turnout of both tutlvo. and foreigners mid the
rhurob was well filltU. The weather wo favorable.
Mn. W. OoooAt-a lata manager of (ho Hawaiian
Acricaltaral Company haielti4 bU portion
t . .
. .Tt '. w ... .
n: wt?;v-; i
u,r..i i.j iiiuuiip o ovarii 111 iiinuoor. was cauglil
next morninti by Officer Tell iu thn prickly lieiim
near the Insane Asylum and brought lack. Tho
buildiut! In which lin was i-diiflneil u n ,n.,li
and 11 succeeded by Mr. Daniel Foster, (Irlndlnp;
Is being pushed rapidly forward nt Pahaln plan
tation, mid tha mill In doing itsntmost tomfrli
tip with the cane. 'I here nro about twenty-lite
hundred linn jet Io bo ground.
Mn. M. li. llAUxsnrcrt, lho gosjiel leinparnticn
proichrr, llev. W..I. Smith, pastor of Ihn TAlwr
naele, San Francisco, nnd Mr. Henry Walethontsi
of llonolnln, cvinn hero list week. Aflcr lurch
they started nn Ihelr trip In lho crater of Kllation,
and returned on Saturday nvrniug. On Sunday
morning Mr. llnlhnbeck ri)ko nt lho uatlio
ehurch, Her. Tltns Conn, piator, Iiitrrprelliig
what ho snld. Ilov. W..I.S111III1 preached at lho
foreign church in lho morning, nnd gave n lllblo
, ! K ' l"n aiiornoaii. in 11111 iivcuiuk ""
Halleubeek addresseil n largo nndleneo nt th,
foreign church, mid nlso addressed largo nudl
enccs on Monday, Tneaday nud Wednesday even
ings. Tho interest Reeuirtl to Inoroasuoncu nltilit
that Im sjioko. God lias truly blessed his lalsirsj
many faces wero soeli In lho church thai had not
been there In n long time, wul qulto n nnmber
camo out on lho Ixinl'n I'ldc. Very neatly oil tbo
foreign imputation worn Jiresent, nnd tho natives,
who could speak Kngllsli wero out iu largo num
bers. Backsliders wero reclaimed, imreiila wero
asking iir.ijent for children mid children, for par
nils. 'I hero was truly n great nwnkenhig, wfilclt
rejoiced tho hearts of thn old missionaries nnd nil
who Invo tho Savior. Mr. lltlienbeok Induced
rovcralwho wero In lho habit of drinking loglvo
It lip. nud scvernl destroyed what liquor they hud,
mid it is to bo hoped never will touch tho soiil-ntid
body.dosliojlng stuff ngiiln.
I.ir.tiT. .UcjtooN Is surveying Kahultil liaibor for
Tin; Uovrnimcnt wharf builder Isnl Manlacii
planning n now wharf thcro.
Tnr, telephone lino tollinln.i Is n fraud as lho
wire Is ruslod out nml ctu not bo kept In order.
Tub Government Fohuolal Walluku opened on
.Monday, Sopl. U'tli, Willi n good attendance.
Tub Ilov. Mr. Itonso of Mnkawno, who has been
piakltiej n tour of lho Islands., passed last Sabbath
iu Walluku, and preached In tho Coiigregitlunnl
Chinch, which was well filled.
A Mrrrriso of lho Walluku "Lllornry Society"
wan held nt lho resilience of Mr. Taylor on Mon
day livening, Sept. l'J. 'J ho nttcudnucn was tin
usually small, but those present seemed well en
tertained. 'J ho progrnmmo consisted principally
of lihakesperiaii readings, with ono or two selec
tion;! from other authors, and music.
The ltoyal party consisting of tho Princess lip
gcnl, Princess Llkellke, Postmaster General Kn
pcni and wife, Miss Sheldon, and hcrvnuls, arrived
at Wailnhu on Monday, at II r.it. Thonuty, ac
companied by n largo number of natives, pro
ceeded Io lho residence of Judge Knjliclnnl. On
Tuesday uv cuing tho Court houso which had been
ti8tcfully ikcoralcd, w.ia filled to its utmost citia
city. Addresses wero mndo by lho Princess ifo
pent, J. M. Kapcna, ltov. Mr. Kahalo and Hon.
Kalua. Wednesday morning nt o'clock, tho
arty left for Lahniiin.
The wcnlhor nt present is warm nnd fine good
Jin. G. N. Wti.cox has Just received a largo lot of
rlplngto bo put down on his plantation to bring
water for irrigation. It will enable him Io plant
u portion of his cntnto that ho othbrw Isu could not.
Mn. Moonr, tho now teacher at Lllmo, has com
menced his dittiouiu lho old naltvo school houso,
teaching thu Buglish languugo to such na desiro tn
lenin. Mr. Mooro appears to bo n goutlciuiu well
ndnpted to tliOHituation, and it is to bo hop. d bin
efforts will bo erowned with snocens. Tlio new
school houso for tho newly started nchool will
shortly bo erected by lho Board of Education on n
picco of land granted by Mr. Paul Iscnborg.
CotntT opened on Wednesday tho llth Inst.,
Jndgo McCulIy and Jndgo Hardy on tho bench,
nnd Mr. Cecil Brown uppearing for tho Crown. A
very slim calendar wan presented aa follown:
Loka, assault with deodly weapon, o jnoitqul
entered by prosecution, lloomana, ombczzlemcnt,
iiooa piiuejui. .iiipouu, uurgiary, nolle tnisctitl.
Llmncu, carrying deadly weapon, tried by Jury
and found not guilty; J7L. Ksulnkou nppenrtd
for defendant. Ouokua, iierjury, continued to
next term nnd allowed to go on his own recognl
z.mce. Several divorce canon woro dealt with on
lho lr.th Inst., n few nf which woro granted ; numo
wero continued to noxt term and others wero not
granted, 'lho District Jndgo of Kawaihau was
examined nnd reoeiveil a good lecture from tho
Court, nnd was ordered to ply to tho Government
the amount of $M.r0, iiiouoy received by him nud
not accounted for iu his last quarterly rcjiort. Ho
still holds his commission nud it it tu bo hoped
that ho will do better hi Lho future Court uiU
journcd on tho 1Mb Inst., tine die.
Christianity in tho Hawaiian Islands.
1-DiTon SATnnntY Pnrss i Permit n few observ
atlona on tho religious revival, from ono who is in
its (lower to ihosowho nro or should bo lu nytu
palhy. Tho history of lho Church of Christ shown Hint
nil itn grentest impulscn to now attainments and
f;rowth havo como in tho form of mighty outpour,
tigs of thu Divine, Spirit, commonly in nttendanoo
upon the labors uf men of extraordinary Hpiritunl
endowment. Whittleld and Wesley wem typciof
this class of Christian prophets iu tho 18th oon
tury. Finney was thu most rcmarltablo ono of tho
present century, which has been rich In such men.
Tito qulckiuing of Christian llfo in England
among nil clns.ies by tho labors of Wesley (within'
tbo resisting State Chnrch ns well na outsido of it)
wan by its moral ru-onforcemeiit, tho salvation of
England from being wrecked liko Franco in tho
revolution of 17'JO.
Tho immctiHu spirltnal Impulso given by tho
mighty revivals in connection with tho labors of
Finney and many others, elfietuiilly moulded into
Christian vigor and solidity tho now and forming
civil Mieioty of WLBtern Now York, Ohio and Mich
igan, and through them gavo nhapo nud tone to
tho wholo mighty north-west of thu United Status.
But fur those helling and invigorating forces, how
would tho barbarism of frontier llfo havo been
oyercoino ? Whero but for tlio.ia revivals, would
havu been found tho Immense poworof Christian
patriotism which carried tho wtiolu north and wust
bolldly ugainst tbo disorganizing power of Negro
blavcry, nud uaved tho Great Republic.
Turn to this wonderful llttlu free kingdom of
Hawaii ucl. From 1KW-U) nn overwhelming llamo
of religious awakening covered tho wholo group.
It wna kindled by ouug men who themselves had
been kindled by Finney. Tho patient toil of earlier
missionaries hud gathered converts by bcores, nud
prepared the way for tho revivalist. Now tho iieo
jilo poured into tho Church by hundreds nnd by
thousands. This revival ni.ulo n naked, idle,
ulnvis, ruoo a free, earnest, Christian people. It
wan speedily followed by tioblu joyful Christian
action 011 tho part of Kniuchaiuolm III., bis chlufn
nnd tho wholo people, resulting iu emancipation
from serfdom, free tenure, of liiids, n judiciary,
legislature, and organised Cotistitutlonil Govurn
ment. And that Government ban been nttiini
one, ns pnn ed by Its steudy, uninterrupted fulfil
ment of Its duties for IU years, during which It has
gained nud In Id tbo rinpect and coiilldenoo of All
tlio great Governments of the world. Its king,
whoso parents woro onco barbarian chiefs, Is now
receiving all honor nnd cordial reception ns a
Christian guulluuiati nmong tho prlnoe-n of P.nrnpe.
What has given this Government suddenly spring
ing up aiming nakud btrbariaus, ltd unique
stiongili nud repute 7 1 defy nnyotio to giro nny
other ndequatu nuawrr than tlilii It was tho
mighty transformation of moral character through
out tho manses of tho native ioople, produced by
tho great revival of IS.W-IU. 'liiuy becamo n truly
ijurisiwu laopiv, unuueu wim io.tr 01 moo nun
lovu of righteousness. The fruit of firm civil
liberty naturally followed.
Theso Islands nro now inn Irnnilllon state of
gre.it peril. Thosu Huwaliaus, tho grand children
of tho enthusiastic: converts of 1SW, havo to 11
great extent practically forsaken thu fear of the
God of their fathers, and with that have aban
doned tho regard for what lu right nnd true. Theso
strong foundations uto Badly undermined. A
great body of Chlueao nro pouring In, nlious to nil
our Institutions lu opinions nud sympathy, Thelo
Is n wretched nb.uinco of uiutnal coufldeuco
betwieiitho whltuiwlio ruu thu builuoaj of the
Islands nnd thoiutires who itosaeas tho legisla
llrunnd thfi exeu'Jtive, No iutelligeut man cut
view till complication of evil ooudltlous wltlioit
tho griWMt iipprebciixious.
Now, I u thu dark hour bis ooms to us one of
that romarkabln MtHsJy bind of ItvvlvallHs, a
inmi of rarn iiiagnttio power, nud reorgaulzud by
heirtiof kindred feeling, na iu poswulon of rt
special enilowmeiil of God's Holy Spirit. He ban
kindled n great ilniun iu our iiosiU. '1'i.o f) ma U
spreading lu giv.it (oreo ninoiig the uatlvoii. It
was nil umn-etod. Wo nro filled with thankful.
ii(u nnd wonder nud praise, Tho gracious Uo4
of our fathers is visiting us with hit gro.it Kalva.
lfthh revival grows nml fills tho whole hud,
then wo lire saved from tho noUiitai dooiy ol vlon,
drunkiHiiion nnd moril rottonueaa that nro f.mt
tending to make ttv liiatlttitlou.i iuimt.lble, and
o blot Hawaii from Ihe list of liidepsndsnt pjo
ploa. If wo do not now restive n deep thorough
moral reformation cuch am only n grand spiriHU
tranifoiniallonof mtueaof ivxiphi 0111 give in a
comuiuulty, then wu nro without help.
1 call t"n alt gomi moil to pro'imte this work. I
call oil every CbrUtlsn presbyter of whatever
creed to do his utuioal now 10 briua msu to jn.
pjiiUnco and faith iu Owl l h rough our lnl Jestis
J .'li rial, In everyway that hla ligbtaud tlw erase
that li in him alull enablo him to' do. We aro
oiklng to aavo Individual auuU. Wu work U
suivu thU hlngdoin. ALO ill LtllUI.
S..J , ' . - ' . .- S ! 5S99-sjssfl
la tubtber coluun will be fvabd an tdvcitlsetMMit of
tbednedilvlua sad tldlrsj liiae "Ilajmsker," aarx
tsllvnl family borss, VtlajgraiU a&4 (ttfeeUy Seewl,