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BY E. P. ADAMS.
Atl2M at Sales Uoom, will be aold
FIFTY BOXKS OR APPLES,
IKx Hurkcntino Kl'RF.KA.
E, P. ADAMS, Auet r
IlyOrdernfA. J. Curtwrlght, rl.. Kxe color
ofKatateof J O'Neill, deceased.
ON MONDAY, OCT. I Oth,
at IU a. m., on the nremlaea. corner of King
and Itlehards fin., will he sold
The Household Furnitiire.fcj
Parlor, Bod Boom and
Dining Room Furniture.
t37" Fartlenlars'ln Posters.
r. P ADAMS, Auefr.
REGULAR CASH SALE
Thursday, October 13th,
Al in A. SI. at nnlrn Ilnonl,
Denims,, Brown Cottons JF0R SyDNEY via Auckland!
Shootings. Prints, Flannel Undershirts,
lUCKory on inn, unurrnmr.B,
Pants nnd Coats. Hocks. Handkerchiefs,
Shawls, Corerlets nnd Fancy Quods.
A IAne In Fresh Groceries IfOn
SncVs Citifornin Potatoes, Crates Onions,
Sacks Corn, Oases Duller nnd,Uhecsc,
Canon Soda Crackers,
Case Moilitltn Ilrcml,
Coils Manila llopo, Wrnppinj; Paper, &c.
K. r, ADIXI. Aiic'lr.
LEASES FOR SAL.E!
By order of A- J. CARTWKIGHT, Esq.
Administrator of the Estate of S. D. Burrow i, dcceaied
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15th,1
At uf M., at Rale. Uoom. I nil) offer
i at Public Auction,
r . r aft
All the rtjht, title and Intrreal of the Estate of H. D.'
BUIlltOWrf, In a certain Indenture of I.eape, of that
certain piece of Land on Hotel Mlrcel, known ai
"KUObbA," upon which are situated the
"Palace Restaurant," "Plumber
Shop" and "Herring Premises."
ALSO All the rlzht, title and Intercut of tald Eitate
The Leaae of tho Bunker 'IIousc premises on Hotel
nireei, now qccupica oy it. nrou.
EST" For further particular Inqnlro of
A. J. Cartwrlght, Kiq.
t JT. . ABJIM'i Ancl'r.
Block, Fort St.
nd wo Cordially Invito tlio Public of
Ilutiolulu to Call and Exm-
ALL PENSWS SEERHW EMPLOVMEdT
A 2iU tsliU I'Alt'llaVp, wi.
XX. Honolulu oral any or me iaiu iu, "'!
In Want of Imsloy
Will pteaae make their want known to Iho under
ijui. who w(ll Uu all ,lhelr Bower to nil their order.
p. U, dUr.B. jr,
J u.' ATMKRTON. Bnploymrnt Coajmllttel
as V nil l.tNUIIAM. J Y N. u. A.
. auvBBfn A T.r. atT.B.
.wiKKKaatm Mvmmaar a a
n.' ' 1 Siiwiliy PtwS? '1
"""". -- mm nm-jiut. aTaJriaia
ll W. wllkAMj
. 3,n AHler from mr. r.
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w, t. fomw. ,
" u&MiA'i&W-' '"
yOli SAN FRANCISCO.
The line A 1 Tern
fcADIE F. CALLER,
Will hrrnQnlck Dlipntch for tbcabovoFort
For 1'nlebt and l'iinp Apply I0i
g7. It. IACKFK1.D A Co., Agents,
POJt SAN PIIANCISCO.
The Al British Fhlpl
CITY OF BOMBAY,
This line vessel Is filling up rapidly, and
Will hftvo Quick Dlipatch for the above Port
For Freight, apply to
r,7 O. W MAUFAKI.ANE A CO.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Till'. HAWAIIAN KARK
II. (IAI.ItI.Ln.; Mailer, t
Will have Quick Dispatch for abovo Portfcl
For freight or passage apply tn
II. IIAOKI'ni.n A CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
ror aan i-rancisco. .
tii; mim:.M)H ntiiajinhii
COllll. Ouiiiiiniiilcr. t
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday Oct. 24
Tlli: Na'LI.Knilt NTKAJtftllll'
t!AltUI.I CO JIM A. til Kit.
or about Saturday, Oct. 29th,
Tor freight nnd VftMAse. npl'ly tn
ttH3ii. II. HACKFKr.D A ( O., Areuti.
ClaiHlM lor Mtiliimpiil irr Nirnmrr run iiiiml
flip Nlort!, Frpo ol ChnrKr. n ttir Firpirolj
tvnrauoiiNf) nrnr inn nu-nnirr n mirr
On and after Aue 10th. the Llkcllke will leave lier
wharf at 4 r. x. No freight will be rcceled after ST. M.ft
Due notice Is iMven of thli rule, and It will becarrleda
out. moi niiiUtii uu,
NEW YORK AND HONOLULU
MEBSK6 -V. II. CKOSSMAN &1
Ilro.. will dlNiiatch a firvt Clara leaacl from Kenrl
York to this l'orl afcont Nov 11. Panlea dealrlng to
hip by thl a line direct. Will need to forward orrtembri
the Steamer of 2fllh of Aupuat, to umiuc room for thefrj
rrelht. UASTI.E & COOKK,
efi5 !:m 4ft AcenU In Honolulu.
Steamer Llkcllke will lenvo Ilonoluln each Turfdayl
at 4 r. s., touching at Lahalna, Slnalaea Hay, Makena,
Mabukona, K&walhac, Laupahoehoc and Ullo.
Ilrturnlng will touch at all the above porta, arriving
at Honolulu each Sunday a. v..
j- So Credit ror I'linnnce Jlonoj-. -EO
We noalthelv rcfuae to oncn accounta for Paaaaeca.l
land wr particularly call the attention of the travellnc
public to the ncceealty of having lluggaee and Freight!
plainly niarKcn, tne bieauicr win nui nu reapouaiuicj
for any unmarked 11arkj;c, or for Fri'lljht or Parcela,!
iunluae Urrelill lur,
Frelprht Money Due on Demand.
In all caara of frnleht for rjattlca not reauonAlhle. ori!
iiinknowu.tue freight money will be required in advance!
1'AC'KaUEN orl.IUtlUHN mill WINKN MUM
UK PLAINLY DIAHICCO
For the nartr whom thev arc for. or nlalnlr etated In the!
receipt to whom they art conalKncd. ,,, 17sfnf
All (irninnttH mr clrinmrx nr lnf n" " " ...
i Tn noMr liable for Iom or accident to 11 o stock.
' ttT" Hack Drivers, Uoy, and ouch like, will not bej
allowed on board the htcamrr on arrival, until after the!
ffj"A"cnfCTa navu ucvn lanucu.
WILDF.H A CO.
From Honolulu to Hilo Direct.
Tho A I Clipper Schooner,
2L"MA LOLO," 2L
Will aall from Honolulu tnjllln direct, and will call at
micrmeuiaic lona on tne rriuru trip. fji
For Freight or I'aaaugc, apply to the Captain on hoard,? J
1 ur A. FRANK COOKK, Agent. (3
A, FKANK COOKE,
AUENT rUKTIIC IULLUW1AU CUASTKIIS:
Wilolo, szt Malolo
Waloll, JWH JnUa
Waiehn, fffivli 'WaimnJn.
;l'I.AO-llcd with While Hall. Offlce-Comcr of QneenN
iwi ouu .,iiinuu nirvctn. i
CHA8. BREWER & COS
BOSTON LINE OF PACKETS!
Tilt; ivn.i. n:J
dupntched from lloatou for Honolulu on or y
Tlio 1st day of November next.
Peraona wlahlnip to order cotida ihlttned bvthla vnaarl
lahould mail order on or before beptember SSth. For
aiurinvr iiaiiituiaia niijuj iu
ro4 om u. HUBH a . t.u. I
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
IifC C. Brewor & Go. -Agents.
8tf Mcrcbandlat received Nlnrnirc Krv.l
and liberal caah advaacea made on ahlpmcnt brthltl
ne. iv ir c,uukwekcu.
Marshal's Sale !
rY VJllTUE OF A WRIT OV EXE
JLJ cation laancd oat of the Huureme Court In faor of
Pelaul. aaluat J.K. Kaala. for tho auoi of tllll.Cd. 1
have levlnl upon and ahall expoae for aale at the front
dour nf AlioIaiil Hale, at 13 o clock noon, on
8ATIIHDAY, UKl'TCNIIKU UUU, 1881,
All the rlirht. title and Interoit nf the aald J. K-
Kaala. In ana to all that tilece of laud belonulnr to J'
K. Kaala'a l(o altuated In Kaueohe, Koolanpoko,1
laland of Oahu, One paieh U eubject to a leaae of b.
reara rrom January ll, Wi, at I'.'.Uu per aiuiuni. Un
eaa aald Mudiimvnt. iutervat aud coau ha urevloualv
The above Sale la rxutponnl to .SATtmiHY OCTO
DEHClb.lSHl r W.O.PAIIKn.Marahal.
nonoinm Aiignaiyq. leoi. do s:i
BOOT AND SHOE STORE
No. Ill Fort Street, above Hotel,
THK S1UX OF THE (.OLDEN BOOT.
By the last ateamer 1 have received a large aaaortmcol
ui me uicai Aorniau aiyw or
Boot, Sh. Tits & Slippers
cc c Ac. 1 ate.
Ladies' sad Children's Shoes a Specialty.
Boots and ths Made to Order
With Neatness and Dispatch.
c M Sot FJIANK 0EKT2,
niHE S'StBKaSaUtiXKSt MAVIMU aaEK.V IV,
H. pointed temporary aJnilnlaUator of the eitate ol
e. if. purruwa.ucceaiavu. Doiico 1 nwtrvj kivvii iuui
a nrr.oua hailnp claims aealuat the E.taTo nreaeut
them, duly sulhentlcjted. wflkla all mouths from date
or they will be forever barred, and all prtaona owing
ine isiaiu win aviiiv ruv him .iwum ur,.
Sept II, letil.
A, ' vAKl WltlUIIT.
Temporary Admlnlatrator E.tate
b. D Iturruwa. decusacd.
pjif City, of tydnty.
OO 11 AGS Fliwr QUAMTV POTA.
.toaa. Kara Bllvarakln Ontona '
Callfaajsl Pslrr, aaUlw, lu M IU k'ca, and 4 IU
uims slM. pA V a.
Jfts. bu ao KKDaeaatv foraaar Trada.
i,ia)i3nscoaBso,rKncMsi.isBsu, basttro Mama,
... - -i'.'-T "-..- . -.' " I.
t ICaaUrn rlacon.
Comet Csgliab Ufeakfsat Tea,
1 j: ,t l-' . "
luu m iMiTra.
yosjseiiiainiiCTiia. 0 lb ooifa
iBuip.Pii.Dt limaA, CHtktft,
veA Cako, lfdUnw
G. BREWER & CO.
EXPECT Y TUE HNE
American Bark "Ceylon,"i
Una from Bonton In October,
The FollowinT List
STAPLE AMERICAN GOODS
WHICH WILL HE
OFFERED FOR SALE TO ARRIVE.
Upon. 33rtay Tormai
Btoam Coal, Cumberland Coal,
Frnnklin Co.tl in cinkB, for Fntully Uso.
130 degrees teat,
Cut Nnils, 3d to 401.
Lanterns, Cbarconl Irons,
xioni s axcb, Hunt's Hnichots,
Tnr, Pitch, RoBi'n, Tnrpontinc,
A CHOICE ASSOHTMEENT OP
Corn Stnrcli, To nm toes,
liostou linked Beans (Qonnino),
DFTiii cy Crackers !
Hnckin's Tomato nnd Mock Turtle Soup.J
Ham nnd Tongue,
Mnlo nnd Ox Carts,
OwlriR to Iho Inrpo stock of mcrchnndiso in tlio
raoritet, wo proiwao to Bell this consignment
At Prices that will Suit our Cnstomors.l
C. IIKi:VKIt A CO.
J. NOTT & Co
TIN. COPPER & SHEET IRON WORKERS
fi Plumbers, Gas Flttcre,
and Tin Eoofors,
Keep in Stock, All Kinds of Material In Abovo
Lines, and of
BEST WORKING BRANDS
And are Prepared to Exccuto any aud
ALUKIHDS WORK IN THESE BRANCHESMuWoU
Ships' und Schooners' Cabooses,
cooking capacity for 100 men!
Sbaet Lead. Sheet Copper. Bhcel Zinc,
(Jalvuulzed and Uluck Shout Iron, 16 to SG gauge;
lioxeaTIn Plate, Ic, tx, Ixx, lxxx;
Conner Steam Hoe. 11 to I in:
Slitet Copper, IS In HO az. to square foot
tinned and clean)
Brass Holder, Tinman's Solder. Copper and Urass Wire,)
uaivauizea aier 11 pe, ,, 74, i. 114, i, m in;
Full Aaaorimcnt of Elbona, Ts, unlops, etc.
Water (tloseta, Cast Iron and Lead 80II Pipe,
Hose lllbba. Stop Cocka. Plain Hlbbs,
bllver Plated and Nickel Uaslu Cucka aud Plugs,
Combination Coiks, for cold and hot water;
llo.o Couplings, Tubular Shower Heads,
llalh Tuba. II ou and Ccuucis.
Ca.t Iron sinks, Suldenug Coppers,
Pipe and lias Toui;.
Go.lv. Circulating Hollers, for supplying bath alnk,"
Lead Pipe, li to 2 In.
BOISE HKiNISUlNG GOODS
PER F. S. THOMPSON.1
OXK TO SIX LIOIITS;
Library, Halt, Urackel, Modems' and
low on Hand, a Fine AsatJ
Mrs. Tolls asd-Irous?btr Pans. Milk Uolirra, Blscul
Cutters. Jelly Straluers, MoraeLamps. Krroicui Utoves
Toilet Sets. Jell? Moulds, isice aaaonmsnti Dust
Scrub, Shoe, Yard aud btable llrulhe.. flour and Jelly
blsvea. Corn Ilrooms, bhoe Blackleg, Door Mats, Una.
Clothes Wringers, Crimping Irous, Sauce Pan., ttnusd
and enameled: ChoDDlneTravs and Knives. Wlra Meat
Covers. Clothes rtna, Stove Toltsh, (Jem Pans, Cake
Crookery & Glassware !
Such as Cups and Saucers, Plates. 31i to I0IC Inches
in dlametrr; llowla. Iljkers, soup Tureeus, elablr
Diahea, Milk and Cream Pitchers. Ewera and Hasina,
Chambers, Tumblers. (Joblcts, Flngrr Bowls, Butler
KU RUM VllilFI, bM OlSUUS. SIC VIC,
Carriage mn1 Ceirt Miiterml !
To Arritra ax F, S. Tbobbxismb amsl
Felloes, Ttlms, Spokes, Kinsley's Axles, ditto half
Patent Buggy Carrlairu Bolts, ditto Lamps. Sulkr Runs
A...S tlnnk. . ... kk.h. 111.1. F W....l. L.
Alias llorao and
t""!?."!""!! -,, ,iHiiuii,ii, SSIIVi-fB, ai-
Bt bh04i, ditto Nails.
OUR MOTTO-" NlniWt bUpanca."
"Ad Umb4 to aght tt out on tsla list."
iIp or Lrnep or (lotfrnment Tjtnil.
On Monday November Otli pro., at the front entrance
of Allloltnl Hale, at Un clock noon, will be aoldal
Public Auction, the I.ene of Iit !, D.1, on the
Oplnnnilc, Ilonoluln. with thlacondltlont
The leaaor to erect within one rear from date of lesie,
t anbatantlal fire-proof brick or atone building coating
not If (a than $I,IXW, which he l to keep In repair and
revert to the Oovernment at tho expiration of the leaae
Tcrma, leaae Slveata, npaet prlco JJIW pcrannunin,
payable eeml-annually In advance.
And I.eir r Il ', 73 ami 70 on the
Tcrma, leiae 10 yeara, npaet ptlcc JIM each lot, pay.
able icml-annnally In advance.
II. A. P. CAUTEH,
Minlater of Interior.
Ilept. of Interior. Honolnlu Oct. Till, 1891. M 61
Snlei of IiOitao of Government Lnnil.
On Monday, October l'lh prox., at Ihe front entrance
;of Alllolanl Hale, at 12 o'clock noon will be aoldat
Public Auction the Leaae for acven yeara of Loll' No.
r) and M: a United on the Kanlanade. Honolulu
upci price si..' per annum racn mi, imynoie aemi i
it. a. p. CAirrEit.
iiepariment or interior,
.Minlater of Ititerlcr.
(Jltctrnlntlona of thn Board of Health con-
cerilinR Prlvlci, Coaiioola,Drn,ln,Sowom, I
All prlvlea, reaapnnla, drain, acnera, ponda, or otherl
place contalnlns ataiuant waler. manure. or other mat
ter foand In a Mate prejudicial tn tho public tirtlth.l
wlllbeclcanaed by the Agent' of Ihe Hoard of Health I
at thd cxpenao of the peraona owning them, or any per
aon re.ponalble for them, If not ctranaed within forty'l
eight hours after the owner or rraponalble peraonhaal
been notified by the Hoard or lt agent, pursuant tof
Section 10, Chapter I'i at the Penal Code. If In thil
opinion of the agent of the Hoard of Health they cannotf
bo nronrrlv cleaned, thev muat bu at once cloaed or ro.B
From and after th! date all privy vaults and ccai-l
poola built In the Ulatrlct of Honolulu within the timlta
bounded by the Nuiianu atreani on the north, School
atreel on tho luauka. and Victoria atreet nn the antitli
and the city fronc muat be built water tight, and all ex-
muat ho made water tight npon notice of the iloard of
laiinp privy rauiia or ccaaoooia uilliin llic aaia llmlla
urniin or un ngeiua.
Four months from thla date all nrlvv vauha or eeaa.
Iioola which are not water tight, or which havo not
ecu thoroughly clianed within a period of alx months
ahall be cloaed, and uny pcraou keeping auch a privy
vami nr ceaapoii opeu mercaiicr anau no naDie 10 proa
Any person violating any of the above regulallona, l
liable to be lined In a mm not eieeertlnir one huiidrtdl
aoiiara, aa proviutu in ncction 'ju ni mo uivii uoue 1
nuin i or inc jieguiauona or ine uoara ox Jicaiin, ap
j,w,i'u aui'i viu, ioi, la uercuTounniiru.
11. A. r. UAKTHIt,
M Ki 3t
ITouoiulu, Sept Zlrd, 1S81
President lloird of Health.
Board of Health Notice.
Notice la hereby given that the Hegulatlona of July;
7th, 1881, requiring that no vcaael lolling from the la-
land of Oahu tor other Island Ports, shall take an rl
Spaaapnger orlnggoge on board, without n permit frumfl
the President of the Hoard of Health or an Agent of s
said Hoard will ciaec to have cllect ou and after the
burst nay or October prox.
11. A. r. UAIUblt.
Preaident Do.ud of Health.
Honolulu, Sept 23rd, 1681. M 873 3tM
Board of Health Notice.
Peraona dealtlng the services of the Odorless Excava-
ztorlnmported by tho Hoard of Health, will leave uotlec
fin writing addresaed to John 11, Urown, agent of the
itunru oi iieaun, ai me niaiion jiouac, or Benu inrougn
Honolulu, Sept 23rd. 1831. SS b73 3t
Licenses Expiring in October, 1881.
1 Yon Kec ,t; Ci. Nunanu at, Honolnlu
1 Wong I.cong A Co, INtiuanu at,
4 U. H. Wo Chonn. Nduanu at.
4 A. W. Iluah, Fort Bt,
D 'long lung, .-luuann st,
G Kwong Leo Youg ,t Co, Maunakea st.
G Kwong Leo Youg ,t Co, ?ilaunak(
G Sun Hum Lung A Co, llotil at,
a xrogne, opear a- .o, roni,
a Lau Ko. cor. Maunakea & Hcrctanla ats.
G Wong Lam, Hotel at.
n lien Yt o. Nuuauii st,
9 Wilder A Co. cor. Fort & Oueen sts.
10 K. Jloffmnn, Merchant at,
10 E. O. Hall & Son. cor. Fort & Kinir ata.
10 Hang Lung Keo ,t Co. Hotel at,
111 O. Alo, cor. Mchard'mid Merchant sts,
313 Hugh Machay, Queen st,
ill A. L. Smith. Fort st,
-113 Yan Hec & hue Hee, King st,
J18 J. T; A II. Woterhonae. King st.
iv won xoo u wo. cor. auunnu King sts,
20 M. S.Perelra. NuuanutBt.
'M Hop'Jan & Co. Nuuawi t,
SS.Ah Chow, Llliha t,. .1 .
i M 1'hllllpH & Co. Kaahtinlanu at,
25 J.T. Waterhouse, Fort et.
SS. Tong Kim, hnuauii at,
a J. T. ft II. Watcrhniihe. Oneen at.
S3 Peter Fcrnondes, King at, Kapalaraa.
iJl Frank Autonc, Nuuaniratf "
I Hitchcock & Co, P.npaikou, Hilo,
1 J.lt. Mllltf, Ilonokua, Humakua,
1 L. Turiier.'Walohlnu, Kau,
t A. S. Cleghorntt Cu, Pnnaluu, Kau,
1 It. ltycrntt, I'oholkl, Puna,
4 Mrs. Uavls, Walmea, h. Kohala,
fa inoj. Bptncir, ltuo,
IS Chun Hoy. Hilo.
tjlS Wong Qui. Ilnnomakan, N. Kohala,
Tint ii ,i . i. i,.. t. r.- t..,.,. t- '
1S Ilm Fan Chong. l'al.i, Haniakniipoko,
Ml8 Antono Fernandez. -Makauau.
Kl'J Ceo Hon. Knhulul.
nv I.um Lane K'C, Wallnku,
&5 Alonu, I.uhalna.
SiW tico Lung, Walkapu,
&27 Apau, Koloa,
1 Hollos t Cn, Quern it, Honolulu,
fs II 1 111 A .tr. l"Tit ear Knil anrl fiiiaiti. tm tin. aT.
' 10 K. O. Hall & boo, cor, Kort nnd Klni; bio, Honolulu
SM U.AIUIIi siUUallU at, UUUIUilia,
' Klil'.tll. NIMH IT.
S3 Jas. Olds, cor. .N'uiiauii and Hale! sts,
9 Brown Co, Merchant st.
2 T. W. Everett, Maul,
3 J, H. Hare, Maul,
1 Oln Pan. Kaloplhl, K. Kohala, Hawaii.
1 Ayina. t-anaiia. nonaia, iiawau.
I &lan Wo, Kapaau, Kohala, Hauall.
1 Akauu t Ahoo, Honokua, Hamakua, Hawaii,
1.1 Lane Fat. Wailuku. Maul.
" .: ": ,:",.. . '""V. ti""M iiuusnu ai, viaau.
19 Kanaksmu, Halaua, N. Kohala, Hawaii.
a Abo A Akana, Honokaa, Hamakua. Hawaii.
211 Lcn Hlng A Co, Halawa, N. Kohala, Hawaii.
, llf U l....t V.II..W II.m. X- .. n.t..
.1 fl.iu.i n.iicuuv, u,iu.
M Ah Quay, Illlo, Hawaii,
1 Chas. Notlay, Hamakua, Huuall.
IS L. Aseii i. Co. Makapala, N. Kohala, Hawaii.
18 Jas, Wooda, Kohala, Hav-all.
18 Jas. Woods, Kohala. Hawaii.
SJ O. Waller. Klnir at. Honolulu. Oahti.
a O, Waller, cor. Hotel A Union ats, Honolulu, Oahu.
jruatas. nil 1 un t:H.
1 Cblng.lleen Pau, Hotel st, Honolulu, Oahu.
I rang Yan, liotrl at. Honolulu, Oahu.
1 Tang Tart Youg, Fort st, Honolulu. Oahu.
1 Jung Phart, Hotel st, Honolulu, Oahu.
1 Ah Loy. Makauao, Maul.
1 Leong Fong Wu, Makauao, Maul.
C. K, Llonir. Saalah'i. Kau. Hawaii.
SO Nlng Yce Kee A Co, Hotel at, Honolulu, Oahu.
1 II. Hoffmann, Merchant IU llo'nolulu, Oahu.
1 Jamea Dodd, Furt st. Houolulu, Oahu,
IW. H. Flrnn. Knnoh
II . 1. Wilder,
utt. . Wilder, "
'44 a. Firaary, ' ' "
1 Oco. Kallaa. Honolnlu,
1 (1. Nakaimahl. Hilo.
15 Kanakanul. Honolulu,
16 Sam Kumukabt. Houolulu,
IS Samuel, Honolulu,
17 Lubltea, Honolulu,
Kortuary Report for September, 1881.
I'nder 1 year
Finn) 1 too
3 to 10....,,
" to 10 .....
' to ail
'1 ao to 40..,,,
"40 to ui
U1 to W
CoMPiiuTivr; M)rui.r UoMTiLirr,
Sept., 167H, Deaths, 3) Sept., UK". Utaths, U
unit., mrr, si sept., nm), 41
SI bept,. Ishi,
SS Sept., im,
Cat'sg ur Peatu,
1 Old Aft.,,..,
1 HyphllllB ...,
....... 8 Oakoasrt,,,.
Sept., 1878, " 58 Scpt.,tMt, m
Abrcaa... 1 OIJAgs.., ,, 1
Joatii U. Baowv,
OCTO 11 Ell 8, 1831.
All advertisements for the SAitnniT Pneaa mint be
Iaent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for the current
lasne can he guaranteed when sent In later.
Advertisers will matk the number nf Insertions de
sired, from which date they charge. Any not so msrked
will be charged J months
TIIOS. II. TIinUM, Manager.
Things Wise and Otherwise.
Heaps of rubbish nmt ntnblo tnnmiro deposited
in n. jArd on Deretnnin ntreot, close to Itsi junction
with Pllllcllbowl. nrn tinwerfnllv (mllnln.1 l.w
Itfcullnr ordor which wrvnilen the nir In lis vielnl.
Itjr. If )ou don't liellovo it Just try.
Anti-nbsltneneo princlplcn were prencnedfrom
Itho pulpit of tho Anglicnn Church Inst Snndnr
lovcniiiK. Wo hopo Hint thoso In netd of encottr
Inccmctit In tho tio of nlcohollo bovernRon, will re
Iceivo no moro Imrnt from nuch cncoarncenient
Ithnn tho'd who through tho tenchlng of Air. Hnl
llonbock or their own experience Fi.ivo resolved
JttlKin tho adoption of opposlto prinolplcn.
Tlio nmn tlmtwns "extiorted In nn Iron tftnlc"
on tli'o I), V, Murray for 8nn l'rnticlnco n few dnyB
Attien na tnva!l,,lnllatv .i.n.li. ntind.A n.1....l n. ........
- .. . ...j.... .,.,,(r.,j i,.iMti l.l.w.llc. i.Vf.Vllb l.lllui
us in womnn'n Kittb iintnedintely bofore thnde
nnrtnro of tho Cilij of Aitr.i for Austrnllit. Wns
tills tcinnrhnbln trniiRfnrmntbm ntintline roanlt r.t
tho "Juctilnrnllnsiuiis" of our neighbor? Truly
Jokes nro funny when thoy enn bo understood.
A tompornry stop wns otico put to obstructing
sldownlks, by nn nccldentnl Injury thorofrom,
sustniucd by n Crown Mlnlatur. Moro ixirmniii'tit
results iu iibntttii; tho nulsnnco of cnttlo drivltiir
throuah tho streets of the town, fnllnwpil ihi n
toss from the horns of a wild steer, received by
Another Cnblnet Ofllcer. Wo trust that niinlogon
disasters will not bo ucccssnry to curb tho disiosl
lion to fint nmt heedless driving, nt present, bo
pievnlcut ntuoiif? our expressmnn.
Tho Editor of tho EUU never labored ttndor n
Krontcr mlstnko If it believes his own utternnco of
this week thnt "wo nro soured oil tho nntive rnco."
Slnco our ndvent to theso Bhorcs, wo dofynnyoneto
ndduco tho fitintest testimony to support such n
ehnrgo. Our non-suport of Hawminus for ro
sponslhlo iioslltons they linvo shown tliomBolvos
Incnpnble of llllillL', is but nil ntillllicn of nnr nli
nnd doslro for tho Rood of tho nation. Wo hivo
soufiht no position or fnvor nt the linnds of this
people, nnd linvo uothint; to bo soured by. If our
contemiornry could any the anmo he would not bo
so rcnuy to tuugo otners by himself.
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
Onn thnnks nro duo Consul Lalno for Mexlcnn
A MEMoniAT, scrvico will bo held nt tho Dethol
to-morrow forenoon by tho Hot. Dr. Damon.
Tne Mission Children's Society will moot this
oveulnR at tho residonco of Mrs. J. P. Cooko.
TnE 1'ost-ofllco ting Is now raised on the occn-
islon of tho nrrivnl nnd deplrturo of foreign malls.
Tne ball to havo bcon pivon by Pacific Hose
Co. No. 1, Inst night, has, in respect to tho memory
Iof tho Into l'rideut Gnrilcld, been postponed to
the 28th Inst.
We publish this weok n largo donblo-pnco sup-
plcraent filled with Interesting reading, tho greater
I part original matter.
The cartliquako felt in Ilonoluln on Friday
morning of last week, tho 30th ult., was gonornl
thought tho croup but wns heavier on Hawaii thnn
on tho other islands.
Tne body of tho Into Cnpt. Jacob Ikown, who
died in Massachusetts whllo onn visit there, wns
brought to Honolulu on tbo Cltu of ovdutu. nnd
ttho funeral took placo on Wednesday.
Eaklt this weok tho manufneturo of Garfield's
mourninc bndgos wns commenced in town nnd for
ntlmotho supply wns not oqual to tho demand.
Thev nro worn bv main who nro not citizens of tho
Am. of tho proRrammoi of tho moonlight memo
rial concert ntEmma Squaro last Tuesday evening
wcro speedily tnkon nn. to bo sent to friends in
Kjtho Statos nnd tho next day it was nlmost imrxmi-
010 to gei ono anywuere.
We nro under obligations to Goncral Comly,
U.S. Minister, for n copy of tho " Commercial Eo
lations of tho United btatcs for 1881, containing
the reports of United Suites Consuls on the com-
Rmcrce, manufactures, etc., of their consular
H TtlV.' ell tn (tin RaII 'IW.i mill l,n Tnnn Ir.
Tilcf to tfist It nt 1 o'oloclr tnwnrtemwJiirnnrrTvltefrV.-t.tJ?.u.ftl')1? Ari.1ieJ.?.?l Enders wore
:"i.;: jVt...u"n n .,., ..,,m n
U " .'KiV,"u '""t,1.-. ' " r..t VrVX.nwi FMr
new bell now ou exhibition at tho Michnnio'H Fair
iin tsan i rancisco tjy mo next arnvni,
'rnnn.iw ruiiita iu tbf ios swunumbors of
,uo,ijit3D ouuia-Ui uuun i: urimtiuur a ncouuill.
1 of somo Hawaiian legends closely rcscmblUig Old
'Testament history," wns from tho pen of Cr. O.
M. Hyde. Wo neglected to append hisuainuto
tho end of the article last week.
! The nnusually large nmount of ronding matter
ja n hieh wo publish this week required 11 great nmount
Eifif Inl.nl n,rl lltn 1nrfit w,r4tn et Ilia Inliirvcinl.t..
bu. ...wua, ...... ..... ...av. 'w. ...... w. k..u .V V . l,(U.U
'.amniinl it l'pAeld.inf fltiyllulila .tmill. i.na ...,1.
Rlishod in tho Umelle of Inst WcdueHday, to which
ri paper wo oxtend thanks for tho uso of tlio typo.
j Foi-lowino is tho progrnmmo for tho Band Con
cert nt Enimn Squaro at 4.80 p.m. this afternoon:
March Railroad , Kemnt
Kf Overture Fra )laolo Anhr
rCavatlna Oberto Verdi
laWallz Artist Life - Striates
Selection Ilclisatln Donizetti
Chorus Parlalna lloslni
Mn. Fuiunuux line recently ndded several islnnd Hi
;ews to his largo collection. One very beautiful hi
pninting represents Diamond Head taken from a
troe-covi-rou spot of ground nt Wniklki. The
wnianxo inountaiuu trom n instance, n Aloonllglit
scene nenr Hilo, nnd it iew near tho "threo hills"
back of Hilo nt a distance, nro three others that
are among the finest of his recent studies.
List monday a dray horso frightened nnd start
ed to run away. Tho drny struck n buggy on
Merchant street opposite Hymnn Bros.' store, nnd
broke n wheel nnd came nenr upsottlng it. The
hor'u cleared himself from the carriage by break
ing the harneu;. In front of Mr. Thrum's store
tho horso nnd drny turned completely over, nnd
the former wns lying ou bis back in the street un
til the harness was removed. Fortunately no ono
ltoBnxniES. Lost week the office of M. Hose
at tho Knncobo plantation was, broken open nnd
tbo wife carried away n short dtstanco nnd opened
with n sledge hammer, the money and other valu
ables abstracted and the papers scattered nbout.
Four Chinese havo been nrrcatcd 011 suspicion, two
of whom have shipping papers showing them to
be runaways from other plantations. We lenrn
nlso that tho premises of Judgo MoCully havo
been cuiereu anu uis vniuauio gotu waicu stolen.
At tho regular meeting of the Library Associa
tion last Saturday evening, the recomraendntion
of tho Trustees to do nwar with the entrance feu
chargo wns considered, nnd a committee consistin
of A. 8. Hartwoll.A. J. Cnrtwrlght, Dr. Itodgers,
jA. Marques nnd '1 . O, Thrum woro appointed to
consider nnd report upou a plan of a building for
tne Association 10 tie ero-ieu on us 101, corner 01
Hotel ni.il Alakea BliJittiOwlne to tho nbseucn
of the President tho Krraunl reports were deferred
till next moQin. .
Exult on Thursday morning flowing water was
struck in the well being bored on the premises of
Uapt. mucock ai nuisocanuSi at a uepin 01 iim
feet. The elevation of the well site fa about 87
feet and the flow ao far obtained about equal to
that from the well of II. F. Dillingham. It is to
supply four different premises and will be amply
sufiicfi'nt to litigate them nil, supplying nlson
great desideratum lit this locality pure nnd Otolo
some drinking water. This makes the ninth flow.
ing well that has been obtained by boring, Iu tne
near vicinity of the metropolis.
Mas. Smith, relict of tho late Captain Daniel
Smith, well known to out community ns Harbor
Master of this port, came to her death somotime
daring tho ntgut 01 inursaay iat. tne circum
stanceu of her death were melancholy in tho ex.
trerae, and nulcldal poisoning the probable cause.
Since her return to this place from n visit abroad.
Mrs. rjrullu nau at tunev vviuceu symptoms 01
mnntitl alwrratlnn. nnd had on more than one oo.
jcaiiou expressed a desire to terminate her Buffer
ing. The position nnu nppwrancu uc sue corse
seemed to indicate the ncooinplUhment of tho
fact. Mis. Smith was a lady esteemed by nil who
knew her. She but but one, a distant, relative In
this kingdom. Scotland wns her native place, but
we uavo neen aoie louutnmiiu iniurumiiuii aam
herexact age. An Autopsy will be held to-day at
10 o'clock a.m. The funeral took place yesterday
from the residence of ltev. L. Smith.
II.lt.H. the I'Bisctii Kkoent. who accompantcd
by her suite left tHe town of tbU Island met with
a severe accident on Thursday morning, shortly
after leaving the residtaoe in KooUu of the late
ilon. E. 11, uoya, wnere tne psny nau ipont ma
night. The toad tbanoe for some diKunny It
bounded on one aide by a somewhat steep ravine,
in paMing which, one ol the bom attached to
the wagon In which tb Frineete was seated, be
came restive and beyond the driver's control,
forcing bin mate overtue edge 01 tn roao. ine
folo o taA W4os broke, tiw. lv9K asd VttfOlt
rolled over nnd the Trlneeaa w llirntm U1. nil-
put nnd down the side of the ravine where she lsy
Innenslblo until picked nn by her nltendnnls. As
soon ns intelllceiiro of tho accident renched the!
city medirnl nld wns dispatched to Koolnu, lint inl
tho ineanllmfl tho Princess, who wns nnablo to'
move nnniueti, nau ueen convcyeil in n Utter to the
stenmer Waimnnnla which wns near nt hand, nnd
brought to Honolulu, renchlng hero about 7 o elockj
In the evenlno. IMneh solieltmlo nml nrlef ...
pressed by crowds of tvotli unlives nnd foreigners
uiiiiiuiHinn, m 1110 riniui 11 1101 tiangerons no-1
clilent lo the highly respected nnd beloved lndv1
who represents Jloysltv nnd wo nro glad to be!
r.ble to say thnt she is to-day rctwrted ns not serl-
Ktuotocs Srbvicm. linst sabbath wns n metno-
rablo day In the llcthcl nnd VortHlreetehnrehesof
1111s citv. irom tne ntltnlnslon IntiiemlwrahiMfhnrA.
in of tweuty-seven In tho former nnd forty-five In
tho latter, nnd tlio administration of the sacrament
111 both churches. The nflernoou service nt the
ijjceuin was Riuuewtint Interfered with through
the nrrivnl of tho stenmer with the sad news that
thrilled nil lienrts. of Garfield's death. Tho even
ing servlco nt Fort Street church wns very largely
attended. Mr. Cruznn's rntnarko -..m tnnr..n7
upon tho 21th verse of tho 13th chapter of Luke:
"KlMVn tfl i,,Ib It, n 41. nlnl..l.l ..l-, . 1.
.... . ..., ,,, v hid n,iiiii(iu i;aiu- O.C., 111
Which wcro Plain nml lnclil lllnatrnllnna r 11,.
fallacy of nnbellovors nnd skeptlo's viows. Vnri
ous rensons tending to draw men from Christ were
expatiated uipoii In his usual forcible manner. T his
wns toiioweu uy nn ennnlry tneeting In tho vestry
which was well nttended ns nannl. fin f,,.,,i.
evciilng n senmnn's prayer lneotlug was held nt the
siieiiiei Ti-mry ni which n goon numticr attetuled.
911)0 VOUIlir concert's tllpnfilKr nn 'I'noadnv nmiilh..
fat iort Street church vo-itry wns Bllmly ntlcndeif
jwhilo tho ediiesdny ovenlng meetings nt nil the
churches were full nnd interesting. Tho memorial
services un iiiursuay, we note fully elsewhere.
Last evening n song nnd revival servlco was held nl
rprt Street church, followed by nninqulry meeting
which wns well attended. Them will l.n nii,n.
seaman's prnyer meeting this evening at tho IJethcl
vestry, to which nil norsons nro invlteil. Tiumm.
row tho usual forenoon services nt nil the churches.
Jn the nftortiuon nt the Lyceum, itisexpccled Hov.
IW. J btnitll Will Cnllllnnt n ttlltlfwl-nifllnr iui,ttlnanl
ihnlf-pnst throo o clock. In the evening Mr. Cru
zan will conduct n revival service, subject: "Ono
thins thou Inckest." An FjioIUIi nml ni,lnoa
(praise service will tako placo at thoChiticsochurch
I also nt 74 o'clock.
Following Is tho record of tho 1'ollce Court
proceedings for tho oast week : Kanwnln. fnrnltu.
Inn order, oonlmltted fortrinlto October Term of
ISuprcme Court, Cliristlnu llasmusson nnd Liilsa
JJolinsou, adultery, nolle jirmniif entered by proso-!
Bcntlou. L. 11. Loflguesl, Oeorki nnd UnnnkuninoJ
drunkenness, forfeited $(i ball. Kcawe, assault
innu nailery on lveliuln, forfeited $10 ball. 11.11.
Hnlcs, nttcraptlng to leavo tho kingdom without n
passport, fined .TO, costs 1. Knnnkiole, Noa,
(ii.iuiui-, xiiuiii, iiiunu, imi, nopnn, lounj.nlea
violating tho Sabbath, fined 3 nnd t'J costs each
Knhnulollo, drunkenness, forfeited $0 bail. Ln
hapn. nhd Lenolon. snmo ehnroo. iliuil sr, nml SI
costs each. Snmnelii. forging orders, committed
for trial to October Term of tho Supremo Court.
Awa, common nuisance, fined iJG, costs S3. Lapa,
nssnult and battory on his wife Lizzie, fined 5,
costs )1. Wm. Wohlmnth. nssaiili. nml t,nitrv
EA....1 Je - - an rr T.,t - . ,i.L'
B I ' tuBlB aiv. nninun, an my, iineu ajo.
costs $1. Wm. Courtney, drunkenness, sentenced
10 uno luomu s imprisonment nt nnru labor, costs
Xl.11. All hririlr. nnontilt nml l,.,lln nn Al. Vm.
sentenced to ono month's imprisonment at hard
labor, costs $1.20. John Loman, It. W. Thome,
furious riding, fined ?5. costs $1 encb. Knuhnno,
assault nnd battery on lila wifu Kalnma, fined fn,
costs 1. Knwikn, riding fnstcr thnn n wnlk over
n bridge, fined 5, costs S3. Civil record. Foster
fc Co. vb. Knmakn nnd 1'olinnn, refusing to serve
under contract, ordered to return to employer nnd
Jones, action of nbsumnsit for 8G0. dnfendnnt vin
iu iifiv .ro cuhih uiicii. i. n. i.iionnrn vh. w. i i
rioHBCB juugmenij'caso appealed to JntermcUtnry
ICourt. W. L. Wilcox, ndininistrntor, vs. J. H.
Ilruns. nction of nssumpsit for $ 1!00, judgment for
pln'.ntiiT for full nmount. costs fi.M. .Inn. H. lln.
lurowvs. W. A. ltowland, Tibbets fe Sorrcnsonf
tgarnisnoe. action or lumimnsit for ?rj, judgmentl
Itor nlaiiitiff for full amount. Win. Smith v. fllinq I
Onspor, nction on promisory note, continued tol
ii.iuiusr. u. 11. ning vs. JNnrcissus ferry, nction
IfOr WnGCtt. COIltinUn.l tfl 12th hint. II. llrmllnv vi I
! Jns Wiley, nction of nssumpsit, continued for one!
On Friday morning, nt about 5 o'clck, Mnnl wnsj
visited bv nuito nlhenvv enrthnunkc. An old real.'
rdent of Wailuku declares that thoro has bcon noth
ing liko it on Man! since 1BG3. Tho first shock j
;lastcd perhaps twenty seconds, nnd thon nfter nn!
.imervni 01 nuoui ten minutes, another shaking
IwaB noticeable, though not so sovero ns tho first. I
no unmago none.
On Thursdy of last week Mr. Wm. Cornwoll, of
iWnikapu, inetwith n painful accident, though for
tnnatofy not serious. While Mr. Cornwoll sit
; ting in nis carriago on Market street was engaged
tin conversation, tils horse suddenly became fright
enod, cleared himself from the vehicle, throwing
Mr. C. violently to the ground. In his fall ho caruo
I In'vontnct with a portion of tho carriage, whioh
iiuuicwu a sovero nnu painiiu uratso upon nls
la'y"' .,"-. - -p ,..r -tn.MT.
EV0"1" ins sunerea intense pant slnco tho ncci- 3
rauent, out ins lujurios nto not so serious as was nt
WnzN visiting Honolulu tor tne nmt u., - t,
impressed with tho nmpld provision rondo for ex
tinguishing fire by moans of fire buokots, which
nro placed consnicuouslv at nil nlncos of business
nnd nt many duelling houses ; but nt Wniluknono
notices tho absence of every provision for protect
ing the towu in enso of tiro. As there is no fire
engiue, it would tecni to bo nil the more nccosanrv
that tho owners of stores, shops, etc, should be
compelled to nrovido their nlnces of business, nt
JJleast, with buckets ns is the enso in Honolulu. In
enso or urcaklnc out 01 lire on ainrkct street tbe
flntnes would probably gain great headway before
nnvthinc could bo dono to control them, nnd'
iqulto likely tho wholo street would bo consnracd.f
I A uitio nttontton given tne ninttcr now might bcl
iiuu means 01 saving mnen property.
Hilo wants tho reef in the harbor buoyed.
pi Ookala has just finished grinding for tho soasou.l
A 'column of smoke is still plainly visiblo onF
Tueiic is no more tiro in tho vent holes of the
Rtlato flow from Slauua Loa,
Kick is being planted on tho oxhaustbu innds of I
itho Knupnkuoa plnntation.
Tue LiUlik', Inndod nt Mabukona a donkey en-
gine, nnd switches, rails, etc., enough for several
iuiiii-8 ur irncK ou tue new rnuroau.
Tnr new mill at IJakalau is approaohing 00m-
pletion under tho careful superintendence of the
imannger, air. Aienmann. A very targe crop ts er-1
A ueavx shock of earthquake was experienced at
Honokaa on tho '.'7th ult. nt fifteen minntea tn five
o clock in ine morning, icero were threo shocks,
two noavy anu ouo ngut.
Mb. Hixd of Kohala has been pushing work on
his new place nt Lnupahoehuo. Ho has 17G acres
of cane planted, to be ground nt Lidgato i Co's
mill, and llutncd with their water.
Tne male residents of Hilo assembled in the
Court-house September 27th, to discuss the mat
ter auu to make arrangements lor rung italokaaa
coming ui iiuo on nis retnrn nome.
It la beautiful weather along the windward coast
of Hawaii) bright sunny days with copious evening
snowers. Alio cano is growing rapidly anu prom'
isoa a good yield. Most of tbo planting is done.
Tub Artesian well at Mabukona Is now coins
down rapidly. The hard stratum was broken
through tin Tuesday afternoon of last week, and
on tho two following days the well was sunk be-
iween luirty nnu) lony icei.
Tnis stock of tbo Hilo Telephone Company has
boen entirely token up, and its construction iu
looked unon as a near event. It is nronoaed to
extend it along tho coast as far ns Ookala with nl
view to extending it to llumakua as soon as there
la a ueraanu turn.
Tubce shooks of earthquake occurred st Ks-
walhne on last Friday morning, the first at five
o'clock whioh was heavy and startling. It lasted
two minutes. The second was at uvo minutes past
five o'clock and not so heavy as the first it lasted
thirty seconds. The third and last occurred
twenty minutes patt five, wa very light and lasted
only a few seconds. No damago was done. At
Walmea it is said that atone walls were knocked
aown and stone houses caved in.
Madauk Pels got up on her ear at Kohala on
the morning of the 80th ult. and shook the people
out of their slumbers, nnd some of them out of
their houses at nro o'clock t and not in a very
gentle manner either. She got A good grip on the
ground and started a decided " I've n thorough
mind to give you a good hhakinc" sort of move
ment, aud then as the thought nf her wrongs
overcame her, she let them have It iu abort nnd'
quick stroke until they began to wonder
when there was to boa let up. Hut she bad to
top nnd lecture a bit, while tho vxcltouient she
wasin kcpiuda itetuiy uonue snatiuc lor per
haps half a minute, nnd then she went nt it again
in a way that set the animals to snorting and
squealing. Thoro waa uo f un iu the business 1 not
even to tbe "oldttt inhabitant)" but thsu. she'
wasn't entirely to blame. Mr. Stirling: and Prof.
Alexander had ben up near bar head-qusrUrs to
blowup her works with dynamite! a tiling un
heard of in her history here, and aba wouldn't
stand It. She bad always bad her own way and
didn't want any such attempt on her power. The
yerv imnuuY'Doe of the tbounht had caused bar at
thotimetowiUax4wbrtirt! but tbelud Loaa
brooding the Insult ever since, and now she'd give
hem n piece of her mind. She stood still nfter
the second shaking nbout five minutes, nnd then
pave n parting kick as she turned to go. The two
lonn nnd henvv shocks win, ii.m. mmiM-itm in.
lervnl, wero probably not less thnn A minute in
dnrntlont nnd though a tnlnuto In timo seems
short, it S not n short timo to endure such ft
shaking. Ptrango to Rny, tho damages nre com
paratively light. A few articles wcro thrown from
the shelves. At tho Hcv. Mr. Uond'n, Jars of fruit
and other articles wero thrown down nnd oven
nroKcn wnero tney stood ceilings nnd slotin wnlls
wero cracked, nnd rough stone wnlls prlnclpnlly
tho cnttlo tiens wero pretty well shaken down. A
CrnCk in tlin tvturntr nf tlm TTnbAln hl.nl.llA,i
said however to lie nn old ono wns so opened that
tho cistern censed to hold water. These, with tho
throwing down of light nrtlelet In stores, nre nil
the damage, heard from to this time. The direc
tion, so fnr as noticed, was appnnntly north nnd
south, but from tho position of vnrious nrticlo
moved, there nppenrs to have been a gyratory mo
tion ns Well. Nntlllnrr nnll. a. ...,. a,,.1 Intii
routined bns probably been felt hero before, tho
long ono of l&ba coming nearest to It, thnt how
ever, having moro of n rolling motion.
The cann Is growing splendidly nnd thn eomlnc
crop will bo enormous.
Tnn railroad nt Kllauea I, cettlnu nlnmruoll
and will bo finished In two or Ihreo weeks.
Tnr. weather Is wnrm. On the northern sldo of
tho Island there hnva been several showers but
tho southern Bide Is dry.
KavA! received n cood eartlintinko alinrk mi
tho morning of tho 30th ult. nbout 4.30 A. M., which
waB felt throughout the Island.
On Fridav uiornlinr of last week nlmntl.lni.M.
la Severn shock of earthquake wns felt nt Electa
plantation. The oscillation npponred to be south
Band north, nnd the shock lasted nbout twenty sec-
onus, a low minutes later thoro was nnother
(shock, but less sovero.
The roynl pnrty returned to Llhno from their
tour of the Island on tho 1st Inst. They have had
lino weather the whole thnn. Thn nramln nt T.lhiia
(wero disappointed by tlio Princes being lndls-
poseu nnu 1101 now to ninko nn mldrcM. Hon. .1.
t AI- Knpetin sixiko to them In her atrutil. HI
Iretunrks wero very good.
A UD burglary occurred In Koloa on Wednes
day evening last. Somo persons took from tho
houso of n nalivo tho sum of nearly two thousand
dollars, the greater pnrt In gold. The culprits nre
supposed to bo Chinese, it is doubtful if thn
nmount will over bo recovered. All trnokn nro
well hidden nnd tho theft wns nvldentlv rnmmlt.
ted by somebody woll ncquniutcd with tho houso.
The Native Press.
Under tho hending "Tho liopresenUlivog of tho
People," tho Kiiolva of Saturday last savs
editorially: "Somo of our friends 'are beglnlng
to stir no tho minds of tho nonnlnntlthn nntilurt
of the npproachlng elections for IteprcHentatlvea.
And some nru Btirring up national inntagonisms,
iu order toproient tbo return to the Legislature
nf ntiv rrnrul Tn.n t.t n.nlnn l.!4l. . .. If 4 .1.
"-.j e." . ". "vikii until, uu 11,111 uiu
opinion of these porsouB, thoro ranst be n sepnrnto
I Inn ur ltei(4iAlm ViaIimaa., .all1 1 At M I. .
...,w . ..id.i,uii uvinuvu lUllKJIlllllllun UOIB
Hnwniinus foreign Irani, nnd Hnwaiinns nntivo
born, who nre to regnrd ench other ns enoiulta.
This might bo n little lesa unreasonable were
thoro two separato nnd Independent governments
In these islands, wherobv thn dnalres nf Ihi.nn
nntngonlzcrs could, bo gratified in their being
niuriAjjiueuL iicuoruuig w 1110 color oi inotr skins,
llut the end of anv such ntteninls nt n ilnnlnr
government would bo disastrous for nil conoomed.
Thcro is indeed but ouo undivided government
in iinwnu net; nut mo result of tills stirring up of
antagonism of rnco nnd color of complexion will lie
to lend to the destruction nf Imminnv. will
weaken tho authority of government, nnd imperil
iuu inHitu ui mu cuiiiinuniiy, wnicu is now so
well preserved. Herein lies tlio fearful responsi
bility of thoso who nro now striving to awaken
national jealousies. It is comparatively n small
matter to despise tho color or to malign tho good
unme of n follow matt ; but to create divisions In
tho country by nrrnyiug ono nationality against
nnother, is n very grnve crime, nnd will oertalnly
react upon its perpetrators. Here is n view of this
subject which will commend itself to all think
ing men among our renders : In nil matter in
volving intricate questions of Inw, wo invariably
ui'uiy iu, lufviKiierti ui euucniion ror nssisxanoo
nnu ndvico ; wo never denond eutirelv in nneh
enses npon tho wisdom of nntivo Hnwaiiana. 80,
iuu, in ceruun urnncues 01 ousiness or occupation,
foreigners prefer tho nntivo Hnnnllnnn tn ii
other nationnlitics. How then shall it be in tho
important business of making laws nnd the
conduct of government nffairs ? Are not theso
public interests of fnr more importance nnd more
difficult to mnnago properly, than thoeo compara-
tivmy inumr iiumfa wuicu wo win entrust to none
but tho foreigner? As we live hero nn mnnl
terms with tho foreigners, let ns net with them"
anu consult wiui tneiu tu rentiers nllcctinc thn
t'.. ..""'"" ""'" ""1T 'Iiii'ah imS r nf ipiiaaMiil
I Wo shall again refer to this subject, and wo Invito
I Tho Elth of Wednesday InRt. savs thnt "thn
! foreign newspapers ovor tho wny nro finding
fnntv-lik-ti.o t'oot master, General for travelling
nuuui iin uiu i-uurass iiegentranu. ao luoy say.
neglecting the duties of his office. Wo wty, how
over, thnt ho is performing the duties belonging
to him. He attends tbo Princess for the purpose
of assisting hor in communicating with the pco-
pio, mm ui Hearing wnai luo (Kiopie themselves
mny hnve to say. This is important work ; and
whilo travelling about ho examines into the con
dition and regulates tho affairs of the poet-ofilces
in ench district of tho Islands, with n view to
better regularity In the transmission of malls.
inn, wonsu, wuai cause is mere lor these com
plaints nliout this officer's travels ? He drx-si nnt
go 11 ery long distance Irom tho metropolis, and
bo is not nbsent very long nt a time. He certainly
has not dono a a havo somo in government cervices
who havo returned to Mieir homos for long
months, during which thoy havo dono nothing for
this country, but in the meantime drawing their
pay. Those journals do not pcrhnps remember
this. Ah yes, thoy do rememlier only they are
sour ou tho ltawalintis. Hut It is useless."
Lost, Strajcd, or Stolen
"ITiKOM TJ1E PH133ri8E8 OF A. A.
!X; MONTANO, No, 18 School street, a pair of tamo
Hawaiian uecse. Anyone rerunnng them to Mr. .Mon
,tiHi will be suitably rewarded. IS It'
E. PONTOPPEDAlf, M. D "
Ocnliat, Fhysielaa and Surgson,
lye Diseases a Speclslty. ltealdenceandofflce 137 Fort
cireei anu napiain i-ane (aira. untao's).
Office hours 1 10 U a. m. and 84 y. m. 68 3n
THE ANNUAIj MEKT1NG OF TIIK
X I'lHSCEVlLLK PLANTATION Co.. will be held
ai tbe efflce ol C. Brewer A Co., Ilonoluln, on Tuesday.
October 18tb, 1881, at 11) o'clock A.M.
Q" n r. v. auiNUH, jr., wec'y. p. p. Co.
A FAIR FOR THK
Benefit of the Ohineie Church.
WILL UK HELD
On the afternoon aud evealtitr of Thursday,
The 13th Inst., at the Session Room of
Fort Street Church,
In the afternoon for children, from a tn a- fnr ut.ili.
open atOitio. balea to commence at 7.
Contrlbutlona for children's or other departments
are respectfully solicited, aud can ba left at Mrs. W. W.
Hall's, Mrs. H. C. Daiuou'b, Mrs. John Waterhouse's
aud Ooo Ktnt'i.
I Committees for Fair Iu and of the Chinese Church,
are, tv.n. nan .....ITeeldent
Mrs. H.O. Damon Vtc-Prcsidsnl
Mrs.B.L, lllsbop rtccr.lary
Mrs. II. A. P. Carter. , Trcasnrsr
Committee for Refreshment Table Mrs P O Jonn.
Mrs McCully, Mrs Fuller, Mrs 1'aroitlee, Mrs Blughan.
Ml.al'arke, Mlas Judd, Miss 1'ayaou, Mrabltjaoou,
JITB tf AU flNIA,
Coramltteo for Tea and Coffee Table Mta K Lcivars .
Mra II A P Carter's cook.
Committee ror crockery and silver Mrs H M Damon
Committee for Ueeoiatluu Mr r W Damon Mr tlnn
Kim, Mr Ah Fook
CouiuiitteernrUBIiaien Table Mra JTWaterlioule
r, Mrs Usury Waterhouse, Mrs Lenrrs, Misses Afoug.
Coaimliu-e for Fancv Table -Mrs W W ll.li. Mr. J
Athrrton. Mia Herbert. Mlas II Judd, Mrs Mcintosh,
Mrs (loo Klin, Mrs J Ah Pau.
candy Tablo Jlra e uiahop.
Chlueaa Articles Mrs Haalelea.
Art llallerr-Mrs K O Hall.
Finn era-. illa.e. parko.
Hod Water II A Paruielee.
Tlcketaand Prlntlug Dr Damon, T O Thrum.
Nuhacrlptlou Uook-Itsr O M Hyde, V I).
Door K.eoera Oscar While. Kdwln Jonas. Willi. m
Dlmond, Harry Dltnond.
Admlsslun-For adults, bOcts. Chllilrro. half-price.
TtclteU can ba had at Whitney A Kobcrtsuu'a Ooo
Kim's, T u Turuin s, anu ai tun uour.
1 Tickets orocured for the first tilanned Fair am av-.il.
able. 871 li It
Notice of CuuHrtuorHhlu.
UOMll IMNKUKUM. Of kllbll, A Mb
AUUUb T DHKIKH. of Klstls. enuailim. th. i..
the Koloa Itanch. doluir bualuessiit Kol,. K.n.i
Koioa. HipteuiUrai. laol, s -tl
SKVKN OF TIIKHK AMIMAJX,
bruksu to balneal, (an be purchased ou suullca
lloulo 47 rl UHBWl.lt A CO.
Notice to Chrtditan.
HEREBY NOTIFY Alii. PEU-
IfllTk 1..... .1.1.. ...I.., ... C........ ..u..
UtSYAOLUb, late of Honolulu, dccaasul, UstaU, to
prcMut thn 4B, duly verlsul, to the uiiduakineil. t
thn Cuurt llousii. Iluiialum. vsltkln alx mostiiM fn.u
Itbia dm or they will U f oisver barred.
j.tu. ,, n.ka.Aiiti,
aUecutor will of Mrs. fius UW, (Uvvastd.
Honolulu, tffrmD,B0l. T,T