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Wf it pl'll'd 6tKAf thl Wffk littb moff Mlf
Ami bull? In l-uiirw-M circle, the tjtrlt-mi plants
lion ftfnc.e tln e ngiged in their pt!lonmfnl of
I'oMiijtiKv Ufrmrr hy th Meamer ffnnttt, which lire
rived !Mt Sturriir from St Michael with 1181 Imml
grant, men, wnmt-nd children loth ltoAnl rf Im
migration. Msny of lhe were fitwarded nn luetdey
toMnulftrtd Hawaii, tind other aft-tin on 1hiirdy In
tt 1in rf mull irade, nn Improvement hat lo I n
Milppln-g mnvemtU have n-n rmwtiat qnlH thit
week, ,hi only il'pftriurM Tar Uing dimply return
lumUM'44'NfntrtllaM In tirivaU, .jekllh AtM,
utiovt rrfrrrfrt in, f have, on lh 141)1 int , lh AnmA,
from Sun rrncivr, with 11 light rar-rr, valued at shout
$itv"h d lh AWr, from Iliem-M,, with 11 turhl
cargo of staple I-u ropes n mercfundi-. The KU
laua gelt off today for San Franelcr, with cargo
rontUting of J.) Vg. iKr, ,;; f.lir. Hi and 579
Iluilding ltnrovf mentt are Mill going on ihrmtghmit
lit' city, notably in th erection of re-dd.-nee on the
tlin, ma 11 V a f Ittrrtania street Wealw learn that
the Tripp rtteperty adjoining the- Hawaiian Hotel, im
Richard street, hat leen voirnl by Ir Mcrew, who
iff)Krtt Immediate changes thereon, and to throw (he
Mm Into Hotel connection at hat len done with the
propertletmiuika Quite an extentlve land le It aln
reported lo have taVen pUre in the ptirchaw hy Mr
Ram Parker of city and country propertie frf Ruth
Krclikolani, embracing land In Maui, Hawaii and
The auction 1-mlnrM ha Uen rvomewhiit full thit
week, ami Im t !- Inaugural Mock sate on it hand to
day. lo lake plate at (he Pantheon Stall ,
ComiiUinlciM t ;,, HnnnhiUitf
Ihcif liiancllilBl,i fpvnteU. Sept
Oilf .11.1 tkcl )ntTlfr-Tlfta and Molokai. "
J( . ry, from Kauai "
Villi jlMou, ktm,Sear, from Kahului "
.ikelile, .tm . Kin if. from 1 1 Ho "
Matulo, rh , from 1 1 Altaian
Spurt on the Wave, Am. tloop, le, fin S, Y
Iwalmi, ttm , llatet, f Kona, Km, MaaUen. "
Waimanalo, Mm , NeilMi, from Walmanlo '
Wima!u, kIi , from Haiku "
I tholtho, wli , KoIm . "
Jennie, ch,, from Kauai ,,. , . '
Anna, Am th , McCulI(K.h, fium S V "
Knle, Haw, IV , Kothfti, frottv Hremrn '
Wailele, ach , fniut Maliko . "
Haleakala, kcIi., from IVteleu . . "
Me I o, nch , from Kooliu "
MnuoVawai, mIi , from llanamaulu,.., '
Moknlii, Mm., Mcrreor from KonUu . "
I hula), r li , from Waulua M
Ultima, kIi,, from llanalel .... . "
lennie, .h,( from Kauai '
lhua, Mm.( from ItAiiinnil Molokoi "
Kilauea Hon, Mm , from Kahului ... '
Pmerald. Am. H., lord, for Port Townend
Nettle Merrill, h, for tjihiina ,. ..
Ieahi, iih,, for Kohalalet ,,
C K. li.hop. Mm., Ilerry for Kauai .
I,ehita, Mtn.( Itwrcnr, for Molulc.il and Maul
Kilauen Hon, Mm , Renm, for Kahului .
Moknlii, Mm j McGregor for Koolau
Watoli, nth,, for Keolea
KaaU, m.Ii , for Koolm
CAterim, aclt., fir llanalel
I IVehle, Mm , Ktngt for llilo .. ..
I mma. h.Ii., for Waiarue.
Hmkai, kIi., for Waiilui .... .
Kaluna, nth., firr Kotdau. ... ,.
Iwalmi, Mm . Hate, forMmhrn, Konaft Knu
Maria, kIi , Honomu
I ihohlto, nth , for Kauni
Kauikraotili, mIi , for llonokaa
Prince, tch., for Kitauea
Vemnrlit noir Im I'oit.
Anna, McCullotli, , . . .
II W Al mv, rreetnin ... t
Kt Ate aim. Miller
I.ADV I.AMr(N, MarMon
Maky Doikjr, Paul . t .. .
One on, Harvey ...
br-oitr om Titr WAvr, 1-e . ..
SArrmi, Clark . . . ,
. Am hk
. Am tern
U. S. S
11 M. S
Hxprctnl frit in rrlrH '
IlotrnN, Am. bk, Maktiia Oais. .. .
Sept. Mw C Hrewerft Co., agt.
IlRRMhN, Haw. Ik. Im ani
Oil l-l If Hackfcldft Co.. rnrtt
(iimw. llrit. I V. Aukkaman.. . . ., ,.
'lo lull aUmt middle of Sep. O V, Macfarlane A
HoNdkONt., er Ik, pKinn
loading, July 4
HtMhoLnr, Ant. mJi. Claus SrnrtckRU . Cousin.
(For Kahului,) now due,
I.ivritrom., Urn. Ik (.lknraiifr. . Richard
Sent at to.
f nKRiooi, Itrit. bk, UlliK-k'
lo ail aluut Aug
A HIT m. I.Ii llJLI.iXr (ii sl
NKW CaSTLF, N-.W. NiC. hlc.KKMIjlil llowet
Nkw YoKk, Nor. bl. Imaco.. .,
Oct I so. Caule & Cooke, agt.
Port Ulakru, Am. bkine. Amrlia.
Sent 13-aci. Allen ft Kobinwn, agti.
PllRT llLAkKtv,Am. bk. Kkvrne ,, ., ,
une Uit 1-5. Alien Ik. Kohinon, u.
rMRiR, Am bk FORK9T CJuken .Winding
WlVr l2b.,Ucy5y & Ca 0R!1" lumUr for
Port Gamiilk, Anu mIi. M. K. Smith, (for
na.KSept 10-15 II. U. K, Co., agu., lumber for
1 1 ui
tfilcr & Co.
Port Gamulk, Am bkin. KiTMr.
Due Sent, av-10. II. HaekfrM & (V. ncri-
Port ClAnntR, Am. 1L. Hulna Vista.. .Calhoun
Due Sept, 93-ja. II. lUckfeld h Co , agtft.
San FRANcikcri, c. . s. Sum. , , ...Dquo
Sept. 16. V G. Irwin & Co., agtv
San I-ha nci ko. r. m. s. r. Alktraua Tultoh
Sept. 30. H HackfehJ Kt Co., agta.
San I-KANCI&CO, Am. bktne. Di'Mtover. ..Perrirrun
Sept, 15 so. II. HackfeM & Co., agta.
San FhANlisco, Am. bk. U C Mlhrav.,... ,Jenl
Due Sept. o-5 F. A. Schaefer & Ca. aett.
Svunrv, r, M K R. Citvof Nkw Vork . .Cobb
DuSpt. ij, II, Hackfeldft Ca, agtt.
Utsaladv, Am. bltne Klikitat Cutler
ow uue. 11 iiackieM Uajli
Honolulu, arr. Sept 9, llr. Mm. lUnw. Saunden, 6a
iMiiing ui)i innn nuicKnu, anu 51 uat irom ot,
Michael. Ift I.UlMin on fulv id and antved at
St. Michaelt July 6tli. Took on board emigrant,
and Ufi July 14th, 6 p. m. Anchored In Strait of Ma
gellan Aug. 6th; armed on Pacifia tide of the Siraiu
ug. 8th, and at Ita, Lhiti, Sumla, Aug. 13; railed
11 euncuav. loin. aion.nL
Haw. bk .kale, Kothfu: left Hcrmerluven May 4. had
fine weather to i S., I heme. Mrong gale V, S. W,
and W. N. W, to the cat-e. Off Statcn Xalaml, wa
hove loo for two da)t under lower main top-tail, wind
blowing a gale from S. K. From thence, had fine
wcatner 10 port. Mgnteu itawatt itcpt, 13th.
The schooner Anna a-irived on Thursday, 16 da
from Sin Francisco
Hie S, S. Suei will be due from San FrancUco hi
n. m. with U. S. mail
Ilia P. M S, S. Zealand la, hence Aug, 6th, arrived
at S)dneyAtig, tilh.
Captain McCulloch of the chooner Anna will pica
actept our thank 1 for file of late San Francisco taper.
The American tern Mary Dodge, at the Ktplanade,
hat dl charged her cargo of lumber, and tail to-tla) for
th. Hawaiian ttark KaUkaua, at Hrewer A Ca't
luri, rui procured a lull cargo and will tail lo-day for
The German baik Adolph U In the Mream loading
with nugar, etc.. fur San Vrancuco, to ui the latter
part of nckt week
The HritUh laik Oteron hai dichargrd her cargo
iiu tisuiru uui miu in. Mrcuni nne taut lor iwtlaml,
Oregon to-day or Monday
'Ihe Hrilith Meamer Hanu al the P. M. S, S, duck
where khe ha landed all her freight and pakcngen, and
U now awaiting the arrival of the mail for orderv
Hie American batk It. V At my, at Brewer & Cai
Mpiri rut uiHnargtu an 01 iirr uown cargo and It no
on the berth fur San rrancluo. lo tall with ihiuirh
Tliellnti.li latk Ijidy (.amuiton hat dicliarged all of
Iter down cargo and hat now hauled off rikh Market
Wharf, where kite making preparatioiu to be ,hove
down, coppered, etc.
The Hawaiian bark Kale ant fed from Hremen on
1 liurtday lau. w itti a general cargo ot tufptau goodt,
ronhtgned to Mrwi Hackfeld Co. Slw U iliu. harm
ing at Allen & KobLuon'e wluif,
The American loop Siiort on the Wave arrived latl
TucmUv. ti day from San rruncico. which unt the
left, bound la Midway lUattd. but when Inn N the
met wtihiiulte urong trades the Ullait khified. and the
captain concluded to keep oft be fort the wind, and
HiMfiy wuuii( ui Hi ini ufi
t'rvm Si, XlktutU, t lluiu, Spt. 9. t,la I'omi.
Kruui Koii. mnd K.u, vr l.Unl, S.M, it, -Mi.t
XI llUy. W II Il, ) It.) ant. II Ntunc, A M Suoull
II K Smyth., II Uiul M M i'.vU, K T Smith, Met
C II Juluuon, Miu II N Kcln, Vim Kinney, C Md
lukt, m if. .nj ihildnn, anU .1 dW.
rnw S.n KiukUco, ixr Auina, S.i, m Mu.
W.kh .nJ )t Cliinw
for Kiulul, r KiUiwa llou, S(4. II
iurM.ui.iiJ MJolcJ, r Uliu., S. 11. Iu
Cuw.nl aixl iffc W II Mu. ift uij 1.0 (biljim,
K W M.itf, (Xia M)tr, It Cuiiiiingkaui, Mi
DanurJ, 11 NwU, .ikl aliout , dk,
I'or tvaual, it U K. Iluttop, !4. 11.-lotin
Cauln. W II Kki. K.f A () Futcrt. It L ll.llV,1t-.V.
MranU Mr. Kauai, E L Kauai and Miu Kauai, Wm
(lanif, v. ixn.imau, hii iiwuim(. w nihuiult, M
Eoklar. M Tanti, aid atuut tj k.
Km Windward pom. per lik.lit., U. 11 II K II
Uk.iiat.HK II KaiuWM.u iUiu. Mrt W.m
wenh. ll.i I'm. W Wall. Mr. TuUoh. Mr Koiho.lL
Kiv i K PHarwp, I" II HatMld.n and wifo and tu
(tuldnu. W Lycaa, K Coliino, II ' UhaUtyCrix
llakr, K Ward, r Woken and uiTc, fN Makn. MiU
Uwhore. W t A Bm.tr, II l.'o.U, II L MxUva
aof ua, O Com. T Coao. C Auula. C Bald.iu. !
I. Pwha. II W.bb. Mrt rUc, S IVkrr. lkrM Ml-..
Umrri "0 MtucOtkhaid.un. C KoUru. 1 K WatVar,
S Maikal, J r'OJrmaa, U CrmnlnfUfg, Jud,t Ka
BiaMtls "if. and child, MS Dl.r, V Btulcr, Mi
KtiuKdy, Capt Manhant. I Tl VI av and wife, Mrt
itaaxwa. vunit lauau, 11 Koo,ui, ajui anmi, 11
Kl, and xuilnl.
rx Kona and Kau, a IwaUnl, S.4. it. Hat
Majmir Qumn Iki.un kmnu and tun., Miu Na
vokwa. CMnnnk.. W II Uut, M M 1a,lor, A W
&lroulL J Hiuul, t fmtun. K WalUct, and 100 dtck,
lot Eur.ka.tw Mary IKJda-..bc iV-W I'CrvoU
I'rota Ban FrancUoo, .a. Ana, Suu it, .1 hat. au
pkujil cv, ta.m.1 fnJi, to bW, hayVji 1 Tta "aU. m
Jfr'ilr'l??.5 " . Ikay .
nt pntatoei, ir c ontjn, f t A Ia j jfarvM, o. x It rcciM the epKltil epivittet that tlifip j !c, wc, ncverllicIcM, feci nwirril lli.il the thy
S MwV?'tf"rf!Sw.lrttardKiifelhefel!norihe KinR. n.l Ju.lR If tl.cy,U not far .InUnl l,tn it . II tc,.ure v.mctlnnR
ilur. rrtx.rl. Lutlilinc nttitml, ftt . to W ( Irwin
ni.Alir Al OlowAltl. H.ili, Aii( S, to lh lf of
W I' ttir.i!tt 11 ilauKMrr
IlmiA In thi. rltjr, "it t, to tS wife of ( I).
IVh. . il.u.hl.r
Jackm In itiU city, t 15, In 1I1. if of O. V CJ,
NHiril-KlillAmnnN In ihU titf, S4 14, .1 thrrt.
Llenr. of Ih. tM' nvlhfr, lir th. Ke. (, W'.lUr.
f V Smith lo Miu N Kkharilwn
SATUHDAY, SRITRMnnit i, iM.
Alt matter for the Saturday Preit ihouM be
addreoed to the "SATURDAY PKUSS."
stiAU maud iu: man at
When one itimn ctlntty nnl conMcm
Ihr rrcnnl nf lilm ho now occupies the hI
t ion of Premier of tlili (;ncmmcnt, It would
Mcm n If, virtually, 11 prctnittni were placed
Uwn fraud, When V. M. (illnon firt entered
the Kingdom, tic came a a deliberate, shame
less, and llaphcmo1 frautl, and Maiiijh.i1
nintcii m one 01 inc moM inoroti;ii ami com
plete vm. Nor hai the glaring record ecr
liccn wiprtl out or modified hysulrtcrpicnt con"
fcAtin, restitution, or gtKxl conduct. He Mill
rcmilnn the Mine ft)Mcnnttc dcccicr that he
uni In the hcglnning. ThU ilUrcputahlc fraud
the vnercfgn ha 1ecn unhappily luMctl Into
promoting to the head of his gocrnmcnt. It
Is nn intolerable grievance to hue tuch n char
nctcruicr us, It li a grievance especial I) to
American, whom he Impudently claims to
represent, when, as wc showed last week, he
noes not Know nts parentage, it Is a grievance
ami a wrong to ccry man In the kingdom with
nny sense of honor and ricccnc).
Not Oilnnn Min(clf il.irct try In ttitnun ii
orgnnlcil frtitul. Not lii most ntiologctic
fticmli, wliotc ci)nc!cncc lie Im itiipificcl
with lii oily tongue, tl.nc to deny It. Wc will
once mote ct fottli hit c.intl.ilo tcconl, not
from the MtMaction of recalling hi itn mill
follicit, liut liccatisc hi nccupincy of tlic liiglt
plncc of I'rcinlcr, to which lie I1.V1 cIImiwciI ami
uttirinetl hi way, inakes hU cccption.tlly
evil pctMinal clinr.iclctofsiiflkicnl consciucncc
to lie carefully nolcil liy oery pcrwn who care
fur honesty and nobility of character in those
to whom grave public interests nte intrusted.
What are the acknowledged facts of his his
tory? At the age of forty-fisc, in the full igor
of manhood, he adopted Mnnnonism, ns lie
has often tinblushingly avowed, not from any
faith in its tenets, but because he saw in it an
ifficicnt svstcin for controlling men. 1'or one
or two jcars he cmplnvcd his deceptive tongue
in propagating Mormon doctrines, which he
lespiscd, and in cultivating an unctuous rclig.
ions diction. lie was then commissioned bv
llrigham Young lo proceed lo the Kast Indies
in the interests of Mormonisni. He woikid
his way as far as Honolulu, and finding here a
couple of thousand adherents of his church, he
changed his plans. He summoned a conven
tion of the "saints" at WailuNii, in the mean
time prov iding w rittcn commissions from Young
and his associates, which purported lo appoint
him head or the latter-day saints in Hawaii.
Armed witli these credentials, and his own clo-
tpicnt and cunning tongue, lie filled the assem
bled saints with vast enthusiasm for the little
Zion nn I-anai to which he pointed them, lie
extracted from their impoverished store several
thousand dollars in coin, to raise which, many
gave up their all for details of which sec
"Shepherd Saint of Ianai." Taking the
money thus obtained on false pretence, he
founded the Oi-j. ranch of l'alawai.
These are the notonou, crls of G1)Son.s llfe
as a spurious Mormon for several )c-.n.. P
cannot, and never has attempted to deny them.
During this period, in the full ripeness of mind
and character he lived the life of a willful im
postor and deceiver. He never scrupled lo
perform the most sacred functions, baptiting
convctts, laying on ordaining hands and com
missioning priests anu atiostlcs. lie never
feared to appeal to the Highest and Holiest in
support of his authority, nor hesitated to call
blasphemously uon the name of the Deity or
or the divine Redeemer, to witness his own
sacred endowment. Arc these charges deemed
violent or exaggerated? We appeal to the
written record lo prove their truth and moder
ation. The fact is, that this man Gibson
showed a capacity for reckless Imposition of no
Convicted imKstors are plenty, but very few
hnil their way afterwards to places of power in
respectable communities. It is a great public
wrong that such a character has been foisted
uon Ihe intelligent public of Hawaii as chief
ruler, and it is a wrong that will not cease to
irritate and disturb until it is rectified. Every
man with any regard for honesty feels himself
insulted and outraged when such a knave is
set up over him.
We have here a kindly community that has
for )ears tolerated this remurseless deceiver
who, with his glowing clorjucnt tongue has
swindled the Mior native people. Some have
even tried to find extenuating pleas for him, as
not to Ire judged by ordinary rules: but when
it comes to having such a character set over us
we begin to revolt all that is honest and
dccuil w itliin us rises bis against the imixisition,
It is, therefore, time for us to tell the sovereign
in plain and unmistakable terms, that by keen
ing such a person in authority, lie is shocking
the public sense of decency; creating an in
creasing sense of insecurity in public affairs and
damaging the state financially and in every
other way. There is no natural tendency to
revolt among us) Ihere is no serious revnlu
tiotury clement. Hut some things arc intcler
able, and wc would lie unloyal to the sov eicign
and false to the interests of Hawaii did we do
less than uy thai no real jieace can exist while
Ibe pi event state of things continue.
It U under the auspices of Waller Murray
Gibson that the King is now preparing lo re
ceive his Crown. Ills .Majesty is expecting to
lioirow- additional lustre for his throne by re
ceiving a Crown at the lands of this renegade
Mormon swindler. The grand ceremonies lo
which the world It invited, are bcingcnginceicd
by thiscmincnt knave. This 1'iimate, this Grand
1'anjandarum of the Latter-day Saints on
Hawaii It to Ikm the whole Job, and all the
peifoiuieii front the highest in the land tlown
to the spiltoon-licarcis are to be pupiwts
manipulated by this aged fraud, llah I
" Uneasy lies the hcut that wears a crown.','
Tlic crown U In no wise a sleeping-cap, it nev
er has been and never will t one, and here let
us add that there lave U-en unmistakable evi
dences of unrest wilhiu the palace walls ever
since the Ixginning of Kalakaua'. tcign. Upon
the slightest provocation the alarm Is sounded
and, though His Majesty's kingly front is, to
all appearance, unrvjttlcd, beneath the ample
arul immaculate linen throbs a heart that is not
WhyltihU? Hawaii U a kingdom of such
uadigaitMvl proportions that this alone U sufti
ciM to dUtinguiah it faxa all othc political
uh-aJOMOf IMMIMIMffKC. llMC il ,p.
sodetaM I ItflMtl by courtesy an cjpoch.
have an) thing to do with the governmental
complications. In the first place Kal.ak.aua
was placed utmn the throne by n skillful ami
attful minority In optxisilion to the wish of the
tieople, or of the majority of them at least.
This was Ihe signal for a demostrallon by no
means fltttciing or reassuring In him, and
should have given bim a cue for future action.
Flic King's unjpuliril was alone Ihe cause
of Ihis public expression of disapproval. The
Cabinet was In no wise rcsimnsiblc fur itt In
deed but for the suptioit of the Cabinet, and
Ihe determination of a few who 1ml not jet
lost failh In Kalakaua, his reign would have
been as brief as brilliant, and his hopes would
have Im-cii snuffed out like a farthing rush light
in n gust of wind, lie was forced tion the
throne by a handful of partiran leaders op
txxed to a universally riopular candidate. Dis
otiier ami disaster were natural consequences.
Then came the more picturcsipic but no less
disastrous episode -ihe advent of the " Sunny
Italian." Those who still liellcvcd In Kalakaua,
now had their faith shaken to its foundation,
fiullcd by this nd venturer, infatuated by the
arts of the most artful nf his race, the king
spurned Ihe counsel of his advisers and, scorn
fully dismissing them, took Moreno to his
There is, pcrhairs, nothing more farcical In
history than lhisir(i and the climax that
naturally succeded it. It Is just imsslhlc that
the King has never fully rcalircd how nearly
fatal that Hep was. Autocracy was no more
palatable in those il.ivs than it is at pres
ents tlic roval guard was doubled, guns were
wheeled Into position, foreign jxiwcrs threw
their protecting arms aliout Ihe palace and the
" Sunny Italian" received "notice to quit,"
an np'xirtunity which he embraced with Ihe
lliealtic.il ardor of n chorus singer in tlic Grand
0cra. This was the natural consequence of
cH)chal episode No. 2.
The third epoch may not lie far distant. Is
this era of distrust anil disgust slowly fnrcshad'
owing the inevitable? Having lost the couli
dence of his people, and this apparently with
out a pang, the King smiles as usual, but the
guards once more sleep on their arms, and the
awkward squad's tread is muffled in thctliistof
night.. It is a comic reign of terror backed by
a brace of guns that, In the hands of His Maj
esty's amateurs, may yet succeed in crowding the
wards of the Queen's Hospital with dismem
bered Innocents. And again wc feel con
strained lo ask Why?
It is because the royal head is turned be
cause its tongue has hetraved the trust and lost
the confidence of its most tenacious supporters.
It is because the royal heart warms only toward
those who arc willing tq pander lo its lusts. It
is because the roval hand is greedy and is
speedily raised against those who are too hon
est nnd too honorable to humor the royal
whims. Indignant disapproval lioldly ex
pressed and manfully adhered to is Ihe natural
What lessons are lo be learned from these
perfectly natural consequences? The commu
nity evidences no desire to employ violence iu
gaining the end so necessary lo the future wcl
fare of this government. A King who plays
lus part as well as the other actors who arc
lown in the bill, is an Interesting adjunct to
the drama. The King who plays it ill is twice
as ridiculous in consequence of the total absence
of that divinity which is'KK-ticallysaid aht,lge
a king. Nor docs the community ask too
much of a government whose house it builds,
whose back it clothes, whose mouth it fills, lib-
tr,iy. It merely asks for the restoration of a
constitution now seriously impared which In
its natural condition, is good enough to last
the kingdom a very long time to come. It
asks, and it Ins a right to ask, that the Cabinet
shall lie thoroughly renovated, rejuvenated and
repaired; that (hose who arc unworthy of the
high positions they now belittle may be dis
missed. It asks that it may sec no more of
this itching autocracy! That the Cabinet may
be sura. .j , Prrcise jt, prerogatives without
impediment. Hut above ami n., .c,u , a,
that the pertinacious Premier may lc permit
ted to withdraw at once to that pastoral seclu
sion which is forever associated with his mem
ory and that there he may be allowed to sink
into his last long sleep, as another natural con
sequence. " CONSTITUTIONALISM."
The '. C. A., in an article beaded "Cu
itilutionalism," would air tlic views of the
Premier upon this subject, which is now occu
pying the attention of better men, and we are
piomiscd that the discussion of the subject will
ue continued in subsequent issues. As no one
can be much astonished with anything that the
rrcmicr or any that arc "pigging with him in
the same trucUe-bed" may say, wc see no ne
cessity that the utterances should occupy much
of our lime or attention. Hut wc admit that
both his xisition and his views arc uninuc. For
instance he proixnmds the doctrine of the
right of the King to "tean active politician
and use all the influence he tiovsesscs to induce
legislators to favor measures which he himself
approves," suchas feting them and promising
anil giving them rewards for their voles. The
Gibsonian organ thinks the King has a right
"to secure the return to the legislature of men
whose ideas coincide with his own." These
seem to have been represented as a class by
our I.ilikalanis, Lahilahis, and Gibsons, men
known the country over for their staunch ad
herence lo royally' and the grab ftriuation.
Hccausc President I lay cs' cabinet (as the Ad
vutistr alleges) stumticd the country " a few
years since in favor of republicanism we arc re
minded that Ihe King has a right to stump ihis
country alxi In ravor or himself. Kamchame
ha V broke up the constitution of 1S4J ami
gave the people a new one ofhis own making.
As well might this fact furnish Kalakaua
a reason to follow the example, but who is in-
unc cuougu iu an vise nun to iry it. it was
btcautt the wolf had wool, and btcauit animal:
that have wool are shorn, that the madman at
tempted to shear him. Then we are I old of
the King "That his enemies may knock him off
the throne by force, but neither their sneers
nor their money influence seem likely ever to
reduce him to the "puppet' condition." Any.
thing contraiy to the views of the V. C. A.,
un constitutionalism, arc of course to lie consid
ered only as "sneers," and those uttciing ihcin
OtVA' SITUATION AGAIN.
The present awkward position in which IIU
-Majesty must find himself placed as the result
of lending a listening ear to the sycophancy
and truckling of unprincipled advisers, should
be a lesson to him in future, and he will lie
blind. Indeed, If he cannot see by Ihe indica
lions which are already apparent that the tern
per of Ms people has Iwen fairly routed and is
already at that point where forbearance may lie
easily overturned. It U only the madness of
folly that could possibly lead any one in a like
volition, to ignore the decided and universal
expression of opinion that Is daily heard
throughout his kingdom In reprobation of the
present conduct of hit government and the
faithless men he has placed at Ihe head of af
fairs. It is to be hoped that the lumot is not
without foundation, that a change in the cabi
net is contrniputrd, and that the King still rid
himself of such counsellors as have brought
themselves into popular contempt by their ac
lions, and himself Into disbvo- wjth hi peo
ple through their counsel. Howes er thU may
more than the royal pleasure to unseat a minis
try that have earned the popular approbation
Public" opinion can no longer brook Ihe mere
myth nf ministerial revKinvllpliiy, liut will in
flit iijoii lit existence In more tangible form
than as a mere loophole through which royalty
may crawl al its pleasure. 1 here is ft tpirit of
reform, uiggeMcd by the necessities of the case,
which Is every day gathering force and brcom-
ing Intolerant of the misuse ami abuse nf turn
er, which until now, has been allowed In exist
with but little check. If ever there was unan
imity of feeling upon this Kint fl Is now, anil
not all the Intriguing flatterers that can be
pressed Into service at court, or the tortured ul.
tcr.iiacs of a newspaper subsidised in their
cause, can stem the tide that is fast setting In
in favor of conslitutiomlandcconoinlcalgovern
ment. It is not enough tint taxc-i arc not yet
exorbitant 1 that the national debt Is yet small)
mi long at the ptirtticct is certainly In view,
tint Imth arc In be prtqiorllonalcly augmented
lo pay for the extra luxury of n favored few. It
is not enough that no flagrant violation of the
ronslliutlon has been made by the gov eminent,
so long ns there Is any tacit desire shown by
Ihe crown to gather to Itself powers which are
not contemplated by the conslituiion, and so
long as these things cxlvl will n feeling of un
rest pervade llic community, anil so long will
danger threaten. None here but a diminutive
handful would wish to sulislitutc a republican
form of government for a good government
under our constitution, and much less do wc
believe that there arc any in our midst, who
Mould wish lo see revolution nnd general dis
order set up for the mere chance of some good
tumbling out of the ruins it would create. It
is especially this wc would wish to avoid, and
therefore that wc have simkcn thus plainly,
A I'l.AUISIIltr. HISTORY.
Midnight and Mystery.
.Midnight on I,anal. The nestling flocks,
hushed by Ihe piping of their watchful keep
ers, slumbered among the umbrageous vales of
the enchanted island. 'I he usually rude winds
faltering iitxin the leaf-manllcd hills sighed
softly under the caves of the ptimalivc cot
that sheltered the Shepherd Sainl.
What was Ihe world or its cares lo him?
Nothing, absolutely nothing I Sea-born child
of the Deepi the same mystery that enshrouded
his origin still enveloped him. In the solitude
of his island-home he slept the sleep of inno
cence, nnd in that sleep he dreamed. No fra
grant flames flickered upon a tripod in his
chamber, freighting tlic air with subtle and dct
licious odours: no minstrels played sofily in
his court to sooth his fancy. The orange
groves, which have been so often celebrated in
his pastoral letters, were all sufficient; or the
occasional cry of the pathetic atiku ringing
from the depths of the aromatic groves re
minded him even in his dream, Mint saint
(hough lie was he was Mill a shepherd in his
In the mysterious midnight alxivc referred
to, the Shepherd Saint received a revelation.
It was not the first jior Ihe second tine that
the angels had visited him, but the visitations
were of a similar character and ever tended to
one end: to wit, the elevation of his adopted
race nnd the strengthening of the nation
through him, their prophet, priest and king as
it were. With the fanaticism of a convert h
instructed and applauded the people: with the
leal or a crusader he sought lo arouse their en
thusiasm; if an effort failed of the desired end
there was another and yet another nt hand,
and to these he had recourse in turn. Hence
his perennial vigor, his eternal hope, his very
latest vision, and the rwoifofthc angelsl
This revelation was destined to beofstupen
dous importance to mankind at large; it did
not matter that I.anai was omitted from the
popular geographies, or that its prophet was
without honor even in the remotest parts; a
breathless world, notwithstanding, hung upon
i, :....,.:. ..ii-.. .n.i, nils, lie arose Irom his
prophetic pillow anil went gloriously forth to
walk among Ihe Mars. His heart beat wildly,
for in his vision he had seen a new constellation
in Ihe heavens, the reflection of a new diadem
upon the earth. He had achcived a dazzling
victory; a coroncted king, his king, had risen
up and called him blessed and nothing in the
shape ol terrestrial taffy could touch him fur
ther. In the day when kings were voted absolute,
when thrones were crumbling into the dust, he,
the Shepherd Saint, had evolved out ofhis in
ncr consciousness, in Ihe similitude of a dream,
one of those imperial plav. things a crown
anil thus established beyond question the falla
cy of all human judgement,
Hut how was the briliant climax to l
achieved? He, the Shepherd Saint, must be
come Premier; as Premier he could father the
Crown and thus climbing the golden stair, at
last it were not Imixissible that the crown
might ultimately by hook or by crook or by
ballot, rest upon his brow: after which a harp
alone would be necessary to his highly appro
priate apotheosis! In any case the forgotten
isles of Ihe sea would again loom above the
horizon of history, anil with them the appari
tion of the Premier, in the attitude of the Co
lossus of Rhodes, his Individual feet beautiful
upon Ihe respective mountains of Hawaii and
Niihau, as he howls Ihe glad tidings to a be
nighted world. It was all his private proiier
ty this remarkable vision. The sole right
and title to it are vested in him. A heaven-
liorn vision, conceived in the chaste solitude of
his select idand. The bright spirits who hov
ered over him in the night watches can bear
testimony to the purity ofhis motives and the
unimpeachable honesty of his purpose in
short it was an Immaculate conception.
Let the scornful curl his lip, and the scoffer
cry out, the interesting fact remains tltat the
Premier though a missionary has not wasted
his days in profitless vagaries: and when the
georgeoussymlxd has -ussctt from the hands
of Ihe crown jeweller lo the brow of the Lord's
anointed, If Ihere lie any among you who are
doubtful as to the originator of the exceptional
and necessarily final fete "that Coronation,"
then the good Premier can blushingly arise
and, placing his hand uhhi hit hcait say, " It
was I, Walter the dream-builder, Ihe only
Gibson, Utter known as Coroner to His
Majesty Kalakaua I,"
(To b LUUinued.)
0 Sheep Shearem.
Apply 10 II. HACKPBLD Co..
Honolulu, Se., 11, itti, ioj.ji
Owman at Lota U Miskavaa
"''H" "ai"! In tlwir rauwt lo lb. 'treasurer, A. J.
CAR I ' Klllll I. or ilv. uudenigMd, and lUy will U
fuliudud wltk prvper titedt.
JOI'N II. "'ATY.
AN KNIEKI'RISINO FIRM AUVKR1ISKS
"Haaufatoeata. itk. Udia' WalaUl" tv.ry
yvuna; man u in city wr.u fur thai adtentMitwM
ilb Um miim ruAli Utal lbey gu la
ha they wui GOOD CIOAK, or MytkW ta
-.; sMoUh' Ua l u
-snNRRAL UUSINHSS IHrORMATIONI
J. E. WISEMAN,
Kcal J2M.tr.Uo Urolcor,
OnVr. the fnllnwlnr, .cbodiili-1
lOIIAdt nn Klnr strr-.l-cotninrull. n. nmll)
I'jratrd, fl'ijomintf Jam. I iMwlt't reilente, con
tsmt 3 rooms, Ulh, water, nl grounds.
Mental $11 a month,
LOITAtlK on l.lllht street near King Mrrel, con'
lain. $ rooms, cellar, tt.Me, carriage ItuuteriUlock,
garden ami neat grwimlt.
$to rent a month
SMAl.t. COITAOK. tuiial.le foe man anj ife, on
Isentat $10 a month.
A I'l.KASANr IIOMr'SIKAir.at Kalilhl. miles
from town Amp-le ground., auitaMe for dairy pur
ixnea, goiMl irrigation
A COMrORrAIII.K KKSIDLNCT. on the Waikikl
roa.l, 1 i-a miles from town I tnnse hat S roomt,
with alt modern Imr.ovrmentt, tlaltle, chicken bout
etc 1 etc
Rental 30 a month
SMAl.t. rOI-f.UlK nn I nit. I ttreei. adlnininir for
mer resilience of (Jen J At lomiy lloue contains
4 riMxnt, ttvlle, chicken lion., etc. .filiate on H
acre ground liv tf 8 veart 10 tell fur $400, trie
trtiiMingt to belong to Ihe mrrhavr
Rent of land $10 a month,
A flmt-rlnas Invnstinniit,
COI-IAtll.loKI .VI ami I'l'ltNIHKI. forSAM'.r
in a tmalt 5 room cittage on Queen street, he
I'unchtxiwl ttrrrt t urnitiire teli fur $ .
Cottage rents for $11 per month
I WO HOtJSrS to HI.Nr and r UKNI I t'Kr'. for
SAI,K,nn AlAkea street lloth Ixitivs tiniate on
deep lots, t urnitiire lo sell rheap
Rental Tit a month
(-'INK llUII.nlNO HI I I'.lo Ski, I. tiiiiateon Nun.
anu street, above first bridge., I,ct fstlo.
SOMK 5 ACKKS on Ihe Valley mad, above the Ice
work., 'lo leatflor sell,
IIKAt'ttrt'l, kl.SIIIKNC.I:, with nil conveniences
at Kllihl, situate on a 7 acre lot, with 8 acres adion
ing Otxiil taMtirage, it lenilid irrigation, etc VVii!
lease at once.
SPl.KNDII) DUAVAOi: ttUSINKSS In this city.
I'nrt of foil.e. tn rrnt In till arrlon. nf
llminnthi iihiI tnituhlttii JlnHrH lo Imin
fill lv-rfra. nrrurltttl HrHrittl olllrr liilf
IllFHn luttmorlpil t Lrytlt ;.rirl-a ifrrrtl'li;
flllla rolltrntl, err.
OrHU:. 7 Merchant st
ADD! I IONS
To our fcirtnnr atoolt, ox Knlnkntin,
Sum, and City of Svdney.
ani siiir nirmM,
ordi(jc. Hemp. Manili. Cotton Duck. tUx Can vat,
Man Sail 'I wine, Hcewax. fllocle, Oar. (8 to -14
ft) .Shackles lalci of Oakum. Ilookl and
ThimMei, Club HlocU, Snatch IlloA,
Iron Strap lllocki. Rowlock. Matt
Head, Aletalmeand latent If inn.
Ini. Sheave, fniiottcd MeJ.)
Stockholm I ar, 1'itch,
Cail 'lr, 'lar Oil.
Bright Vnrntnh, Black VarnUh.
Wire k.KKtW, Marhnef Seizing lloueing, ltail.11. Spun-
jam, IiiiiIkIiij; front, Copper lacks Iron Tacki,
Connecting Links Marline jukes Caulk In k
Mallets Ma.t Hoops Hand pikes Pitch
Mot s 'lar llni-di's I'ACIrlC KUII-
III. K PAIN r, a new lot lnclud.
inij all the wriuus color,
J'atiitH ami Point Oils,
AH. KIND ANU CriM)KS
A full awtment or UKUSIIKS J'alnl-, Varnif.h-,
1'cncll'. WhitewaOi-.l'aste-, Artto, Scrub. Mtoe,
and Sah l.ruhen a tfood awortment
ofeach-AXKSand 1IA1CII CIS, (wood
and KhinfilinB), SHIP LANIKHNS
and Side Lights, (regulation
A full attortment of fine groceries including -tome
CJ.OICK VAKlh'I IKS of CANNED COO OS
'I able Pie Fruits Jam and Jellies (a new ar
ticle put up by a new firm, which we can
highly recommend at being something
really nice), & new lot of leas in
eluding tome .U -trior Japan
varieties. Sugar, (raw and
refined), Ham. It-icon,
Smoked lievf, In Tins,
(a new article'
:). CUUR1KU FOWL, Curried1 OYS
U.M PUDUINGS, kits of Salmon
Nellies kit Mackerel, kit Tongues Sounds
etc., Louti-th, Lheewr, fJiiortl hauvagr, in
tins Kaiiint in $, and i boxes
Kaisini In tins Currant! in 4- and
7 lb. it., Picklei in i, a-, 4
Miurts 1 to 3 uallon kegs
l orn Starch,
Tapioca, Vermicelli. Macaroni,
Dried Applet, Prunes, Plums Peaches Pears
Flour, Provisions, Jiyeatl,
Golden Gate Kxtra Kami))', Pldorado-, Golden City-,
Graham, Oat, and Corn Meal, Medium Uread,
Crackers (n assortinentX Ginger Snaps
lalT, Saloon Pilot Uread, Soda Hlscuits
Kiut. arm Lur r i-.t, wjiaie
ana sperm Uii, sixrm
dle U naM 6 il.)
All of theatre uill I SOLD at the 1IKST MAR-
XlT Huer- are rc-tpectrully Invited to call and exam
ine our Hock.
BO-LXES ttc Co.
HE LAST SUPPER.
. THE LAST SUPPER.
We read In Holy Writ that our Itletted Savior wat
telraved al the Latl Supr 1 don't with lo t under
tlood thai the latl tupperat Ihe Hawaiun Hotel tat, or
will, lciray an)onej u wat gotten up merely to honor
kttP Amaru An VI Irtta ta nn.l lv.til I t. ta taii.lt ..
H. (..I.Va. I'MIMHSI. H1IV4 V.HHUI , Kill I1IUV1S BUI
iirited to hear men talk of ramrod and Gathng guns
but Mill thinL we are aaftr.fur there viai one nvin -.rTutirLt
the Invited gueilt that loal to the core, and he wa
not born In I lie Cradle of Liberty (Hot-ton), nor on
liuiiacr um, uui Kvomn 01 AiaKMi ana uixon line,
'1 hat mail rewiablet my old favorite fatal et.irun. John C
umoun; nn icaiure. are urong ano angular
outline, indicalintc emaordinar) firmnev of mil, hi
eek iUik andglottiiig; the genei&l e(rreuion of hit
coumerunce inou-.nuui; in, niannen u tuple an4 Uignl
fied; hU itrivate life pure and happily domctilc; hi at
Uchmcntrivtariisand lie U Keneroui aul charitable. At
n orator, lie hat more leiJKthettean tlinphcit and
kifty lliought tlun nu Anterkanv IIU ipecthetate
oumjh ill inaiiKcniriH .mi lorie 01 cixrcniau, i.ltuuit
her In t.peMngT alayri iiujeuic, but teldoiu animated
or rattier eiciied, but occauorully he burnt fottlu In
lh pdliiki of thete .laiad. he take no i.ut, and Mould
avcept of iiu office ctrcpt liut W llosr. c will leave a
deep imprcuhHi, arui nit rrpuiaiion may iw rai-4 too
lorr eating every day.
I am oppu-tcd to war In any form, in fact, I don't
think we wall lave any, for . a haie the Gui-d Shep
herd to guide ut by ilay and Hatch ut by night. The
only war tmoieiuenit ne iu are the (rook. -4114 it ti
wntcn t.unainu um wu nuuniirr luan ine
Mated aooUui, I iloii't think we will have anv war
if we tJtould, I ho-e we private toldiert won't have to
fignt, lor fatiooting arounu promi-cuouiiy 14 very un
pit-aunt, etpeclally the report t fire arm; In lad, I
ggteiicugli (.f llat In the tiimcd Sutut. ailthough I
pated through tlut war and hever got a tkcrauh, In
truth, I don't think I beard a report of a gun that wat
engaged In battle. 1 lio, if we have war, it will be
conducted on the umc plan at when David and Uoluli
tetiled ttiAt unplcauntrrctt betwecnthetMOgreaianniet;
tnat u tie Mie 01 ngnting
private uand ami kk 00.
righting 1 like to we uone, we poor
1 am wandtriDiz from uir tetl. "'fhe lu Sumwr
Itt nut MO M wweiy larcvaKi
. . -1 1 f .1 .. . .-..
It it unhealthy to
fat Lit at night or Ju- before retiring, ThU came front
Ihe tevere uenuncUlIon of Ute tuifrt contained In
nearly all the old Motkt on Diet, rhe argument In
ihete publication wat not directed again foud at t
Lie hour In the day. but againvt what at tnJd In a
Ute tuppcr, at apcrtoil when the reveler tlipped from,
the duir and tpent the night under the table. A nuq
may induce ajof-iay by gorgiDg himself with food al
any lour of t lie day, but the bottle after bulk of wine
or the buwUi pur-cbat the evening level were what
did the bu-iou for mvM who ran brief career of diti
pat ton to untimely grate. Man U the only animal that
nn he taught ts weep tuielly 00 ah empty 4ouvmIi,
lite brute crcat.ua re-M-iUt all eflor u to coal, iheru to
i-ucfa a vkJaiionof the Utif( nature, the Ikhi ruaittn
the foreu until he hat found hit prey, and when he hat
devoured it he tlep4 over U untu he necdt another
meal, the horte iU paw all night in the uaUe. and the
pig wiU toucal in the pen, refuuug all rett or tJeeu until
they are fed. The amuuJ whhh chew their cud have
their own provision fuf a Ute neljua before droppiug
lo their uightly rJurnbcr.
I aiuoaTinvuibWciairain. In cat M war. u Unccev
unrtohavwearnigea. In reading the "Ht-tlory oftbe;
War (4 Ibe Untied .Statc. I uu were ooe (Kneral
atiot cL4urcd, or would have been captured, if he had
tuA Len lii aUatsuna2e. ht barcli etcauin aod leaving
tarn Wg In the carriage. So, )ou tee, U U larcet-ary to
have canuge. I lute luroctj out one ior 1111 aiajctt)
and another abaoai lntUhed; um Cur IIU MitUcncy the
Htmier. I'm amduoa oae tut IIU LiccUrty lb Al
gartaW.(laUlxraL (aflat luT liuO. A. S. CWshaJT U. OIM CuT
J. H. Haty. KJ , ooe for '. A. bttutfer, and a hot of
U. j, HOfitK.
tOKrHAUOK and llt'll.DKK,
SWAM I. A NINO M t h l,S,
Mamifaetrite all kinds cf
nnd Doors ;
nnd nil kinds of vood-wotk finish.
Tiiriilnr;. scroll, nntl band anwlntr.
All kindt of llanlnt ami Vwing. MortWnt, ami Ten
okdi'.ks i'ROMi'ri,v Aiir.snr.i) 10 ask
Orilrrt frotmhe oilier ld.indt tolkilnl lt)r
J. WILLIAMS & Co.,
Marin liurtliatrd die l'liitocrafri (lallery of Mr, ,
llickvm, will riintinue Ihe lnwneMat lliei.ldaml
lly I.NUtrASKI) I.HII.IIIrt and em.
plnvliiir I I US I CLASS AK I ISIS, we
fnirende.ivor lo niaintain,tlipreM(jr
of tlie bid and ulnr (lallery,
and lo merit n lilieral tnlrn
atte liy fair dealing and
Sutierlor V ork
GIVEN TO CHILDREN,
V'e are prepared loitn all kimlt nf oik from .Minis
Hire lo life tle either in
WAT Fit COI OKS,
llir only Oallery In Honolulu, which hat a complete
In addition tr thow purchased of Mr Ditkton, e
hive the entire collection of VII.WS and l'ortrall
Neuatlres nnde by Mr. Chate, ttiut enabling
tit to offer the greatest varict) Iti views,
I OWN, 1't.ANIAriON
AND I.AVA I LOW VIKWS.
Al), 0 tupply of Hawaiian and South Sea Ivhnd cur
losiliet, Kern, Miell, Me A fine slock of 1'ramcs,
.Matt, and ratsetunoui comiamiy ui. nanu
I'lmritri ll mnnilWr rirnl ,s'rv'iiriin
Give its a call. J. Williams & Co.
31 jr Nundrs lofl and lo Korl Street
A LDKIDGE & IIAYBALL.
Builders and Contractors; Plans and
WILL CO TO 'I Hi: OIIIF.R-JSLANDS.
Estimates given on all work connected with the
Ilridge work, ttone and hcick work, tugar niillt and
other works erected.
Repairing of old buUillii;a promptly
Huildingt put upon the Instalment plan.
FIRST-CLASS WORK GUARAN TLKI) AT nED
ROCIC I'RICES I
SEA LEI) TEXliEHS
Are wanted for budding a line of ttone and concrete
Fencing on the two front cf the Nuuanu Cemetery.
Dull for the
arc aiked for to I opened on SATURDAY", SKIT.
13. Plan, and Siwcincationt can be teen at
the oir.ee of JOHN II. PA IV,
Secretary Nuuanu Cemetery Aut'n.
Honolulu, Aug 31,1881, to5a
-pO THE PUBLIC
iiwf VUiiitvM In I'nrttruliir.
At a number of Planter and others liave requeued me
to Pukchaiu SroCK forihcm, I thall leave Hon
olulu on the 5ih Inttant to attend to the tame.
Any other withing
Stock for Plantation 110.
of whatever nature, wil) please sand In their order,
which will have my bkt attention, NO KISKS
1AKKN after delivery on 1-uardat S.in
VoitciliHS fKotl'CirJ for all purcruittt. upon whUh a
coinnuuion cluirge of 5 X will If uade,
6-t m J N WK10H1. Koloa, KauaL
When other boots and other ihoct
Have not been wearing well.
And by llie language lhat )ou ute
It't plain there' been a tell
With worn out tolet, buckle off
And IfUtlont too
Til a tlame lo tee
In uch a fccenn all we atk
And ttram or button too,
T would be a thame to ee;
Then all I avk tltat ton
May go and growl no mure
Hut buy your Ujuu ami Shoe
At (.IKKr'S ii Kon Street Store. jr
A IX PFKSONS INDKIirKD IO DAVID
X Crowniii)jtrrg, of Makawao, Maui, a t-anlrupt,
aiehcreby jKitilied lo p.iy the amount of tuch indebtud
mm lo the undervigrml 1 and that all jrwn liavin in
ttelr c large or piAMr-uto", any iotet mortgages or
other property of a!d bankru(t, are hereby notified lo
deliver ihe uin to the undersigned, and tlut tliey will
be pcrMMially liable for iierjlect to cornjily with thit no
ticeif they ay any uiunies ur deliver any l-rorty
toaaid David Crowningbrrg.
P. C J (ihm, Jr.,
Jo tern O Cakihk,
Aist'xHtti U Bkrufh)r fAt JiUU 9 VurtJ
lloikvlulu, Sept. 6, 1 Mr.
Bteaiu Pipe. CuvoriuK-
Tit. undersigned hat. on hand a larg. nock of lt.li
for Bieam ht and llotlert, hich they cfTcr fur ul
iu qiunihict iu tun purchaurt.
Circulars itn tamplet ol lb. cuvtiln, .uy U haj b)
Wru G IRWIN Ca
THE. COIXDNNADtl I HAVE IIIK PLKAS
ur cf announcing thai I have Qicnvd a new
Keaurani, al y Maunakaa ttre.t, iar tU HA
alark.i, Atiid aai prvparect 10 furMth a riattci.ttt
Ibeakfati, U'uUKr. nuppcr, or laiwlmaalt Ik favor
aw ouh a clt, at I lolend lb. Hdlof tara of ill. Colv.li
uad. lulMlial. all ikat ih ourktt affords. I am my
own thief oa,k, and can euaraniec thai iImmi v-ho
i tu. a call .ill U aatidwj auh lb. foul and ser
vice, Board -t-Va nk Sliifl M.alt ittti.
AUavt u liand "t.irrt Pop" oil Ice. WILLIAM
It, alASON. Lu. tW cuA at lU "Old Curorr uaS
cuniaiuuvi H, apcUa at fia-o. and Sta-aar-ach.
Part uit uAtaiuum as of lb. uuttlr aral hjw tvtkt.
al Sa a and ra cb. Onfen frtw ,UuJ auut iu
slod. pvua., 9t.ja aad m caal. reatiivtdy pee .
Caw-wta .rrnrjitttiiy aN ortlwt i-tan W, la U. 19. ttu
ir. rwr-lia. .HO. 0. THRUMS Kc.ta.wt
attfc ' , i totwar
Offer for tal
0irUrtT,vlertk(rVrv!ir andntrierrarenl arrivals
tOAI. IIAO IX'SK ItMJt KICK ilAHS,
Coffee inc.. lie-rant. lIUKNr'.t.L .
paltrf f5r pnfnin! II KII UIKK.
HravKh Kenting Wire annealed
I K I Mtrden 1Im-. omamen
rat U ater ""prinklert,
NEW BRUSSELS CARPETS,
ItHltafol Mali, CMn Mailing, LVm Mtttlrtg, llruiti
Matt, Imtra KuMier Malt,
Mil rl lir (Jhi.i'x.i,
I'lrlil 1 1 In kii-m,
Colored Wramdnc and I'rhrlrnc Taper, I l'l
Of AikIiM 1'reiea, Parts.
Siiiivi'Iiiv StHurr I'linio,
Of Ilhlmnl LlrpA Son, Stntinatt
also, sirmutioit ci.aukts,
awl oilier Wirie
Miiunra ami l.i'iirr, fmiine Manila Clgara Further
tti irrivr fier lk Kat., due in all nptemtrt a
Siipiln 11' I'llnhii'i' llrrr,
Further lo arrive, ier Lk Imacot from New York, due
in all Seilemlier,
lliWHclititit Sctrhiji Mnrhliirn,
Kerosene: Oil, Matches in tin,
105.4 I'or a.ile hv Kn. llnrracin.Arr.ra ft Co
W. MACFARLANE .1 Co.,
Offer for tale
rhe following MF.I'CIIANniSI'and MACHINI'.RV
JuJ receiveJa, r llrilitli lurk OIron ami lo
arrive tier llanta, now fully due, eates
6, 7, 8, and 9 fl. tet I nglith
Gatvaniretl Uldgmg for Mine.
MILS, !t r.nglUh PORIUXND CLMLNT,
Annealed Fencing Wire,
No. 4, $ and 6.
English Galvanized Fencing Wire,
No. s and 6.
Coils Galvanized Wire Rope all sizes,
Of which there it a number of worthies
imitation m the market.
We are the original importer and SOLI AOENTS
of these l-ags, nn ''x ft"" demand for them
from the Planter ha induced onie
manufacturers and their agent
to get up a cheap imlta
lion of them.
A fine assortment of
A splendid atsortinent of Unglitli and French
will c gten on arrival of the tleainvhip 1 1 anu,
a small imoiof
and Cambric H'dkfs
DIRECT FROM IRELAND.
A tinall Invoice of choice WA'IKR COLORS by ce
ebraied artius Alto to arme by ve.-! now huil
ing at GLuacow, a CAM IRON VACUUM
PAN 6 feet draw and 7 feel devp; 1 W
Cuuru Puiupiukl Enguw 14 Inch C)I-
4 incn c
inder arid ti Inch Urol
WROUGHT IRON TANKS,
Each tu-o gals capacity i t wrought Iron Chimney, 65
feet high, 37 inches diameter, huh thick; t
Multitubular Roller, tofett long. 6 feel dUme
tcr, with furnace front, doors tic Com'
plete : four -to i Weston' Patent
Self bulanclr iff Smpended Sugar
with the rc4)uUiic iiklrpcndcnt Iron framing,; wrought
iron Sugar Miter, ot tfunolU raiacily. with ttlrer,
drUing gar, etc , a high irure Dtagoiul
Steam buginc, 6 inch cylinder, if iich
st role, with governor. Ii)vlteel and
Uhutg fur driving centrifugtlt j
j wrought iron
4 tooCVLLON SIKAM CI.VklUKKS
Th fiua or autMtaatial RaaltUao
of Kl. (1. WALH.V,
timated in b tpltndid ctinuie of Kalibi, adMainie tb
(.gieipuietit road, t.oltuUafuru llw Mrt ottkw 'Ihe
bout, contauit four ldruuus un ttltlnj ruuut. wm
tars, parlor. Lath routn dt&Mi rociw. iriiry and LUch
ti. 'I h. outtuHitca ctiutka of tervaoit' tuamr, a y
aall tratir, aHb-bout, puultry-vard and Leu.
jtwr bout, tlandt mi a socr lot, staler Ct- irricaliair
la ta bad froto Ik. arcasi, tuntcwnc patturag. (or l.o
b-o.IU U .ill ha, lb. oi-tkn of Kounj i(ki
acr. of gwat land adloiuwr. allorduiii a An. opujttu
nil) ka fauiily .UI11112 10 kectia fr. cowa, UKr4
WAlt.K LU oa to lb U lluld't vunibutc.
thortly tiiiM-itJ tu run vu Ud rout.
tv.fiutiK'luilculait,applyat'IHKUM'i Port tt.
Stoic, or 10 I'll. (J. W,M I.LK.
lAlf llottl tllt.l.
CC1IQ0I.N0 1 ICI.
If iati Ctaask
It pfvpartsJ la icoiv. a f.w pupil, fuf tlHVoth iiitirtio
lUal iu aba r udiMHtt C4
tNOI.lSII, IKKNCII AND MUS1U
tvlla pupd. tudy if.itml 'riut aMaltratr.
ri Altthat atri.t. uAyu
UOLLI$rr.K ft Co., IIAVINI1 PI
a; m in i.i 1 .matt ot atstira J' A.
ttiJinu. la UMjt tk urum
1 tlfn U fiiai ,1.1 tl Aluf - BBTaU
i'vaia.ai'". WW&WlHf arV.. fi l'.
pOR MS FKANCISCO
'11k Al favorite ISark
Will have Quick Ditpstth for the above fort For
freight or passage apply "
i5 F A SCHAKrKR ft Ca., Agent
DOftON ANI HONOLULU FACKKT LINK.
C llrewrr A Co. mil diaratth trie Park
"am v r u iiNis n,"
From llrt-itoft, Oct. 15, if tufficlen ln.lucrmentt offert
Order, should go forward early In ln.ure thlpmenl.
For further particular! apply lo C IIRf.W KR k Co
I RANK COOKL,
aot fT t rtvitowiiKj rjntrt.'
OKN. SlfOF.I, KALUNA.
FL.U1 . Me.lv.iih While Hall Office mner of
f jar en ami Nuiianu Street
STEAM lilt JjI KKLIKJC,
Rleamer IJkehke will leave Honolulu each Tuevtay
al 4 p M, touching at l-thal., MaaUra Hay, Makena,
Mahukona, Kawailiae, luialKielmeand lliki
Returning will lotiih al all Ihe atuve porlt, arriving
al Honolulu each MiiKlay a
AND HONOLULU DIRKCI
IV. II. CioHOiitni .! Itrotlirr
rhe New York Agenttof llilt Popular Line will .lit-
.iliha I'inHlj" vettl for Ihlt Purl the latl of
(Ktoher. Parlies widiing to ship Irjr lint Line
will 1I0 well liiteral their ordrrt hy the neil
Steamer lo insure their freight ling
lakea Freight taken at lowet rates.
ii jm CAh-tl.K&LOOKr.
CI-NIC SIKMSIIIP COMPANY.
'Hie A 1 Iltillh Steamer
Will leave Ran Francisco for Honolulu the
9th Day of each Month,
Reluming from Honolulu on I he find day of cadi
month. San Irancitfo Agentt, . ,
J li. SPRF.CKKLS . UROS,
Honolulu Agenlt, Jt; Market .St.,
Wm. f! IRWIN & Co 04
DHIO rOR SALE
the ititia yjyiTo,
Having undergone etlentive retuirt, with a good in
ventor , and well found in Sad, Riggings, etc, It
now offered for sale. For Particulars inquire of
A. J CAKrWKIGIIT.
pUXNt Klt'S LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
ItHIUriUl it Co., AffcntH,
Merchandise received Storage Free. nd liberal ca-h
-olvancex made on thipmrnt by thit line.
Next door to Hackfeld Xc Co..
Honolulu, H L,
Of ihe Hawaiian Ivtandv All kind of Repairing and
Wheel making executed on the mewl scientific prin-
ciple. At thit'establivhment horse are
In the Blacksmith department all work will be turned
out in trie luture, asm me past, uy nrstcia
1 do not confine our attention to Carriage and hug
making exclusively ( Orders for Am kind of a
wheeled vrhicie received and promptly executed.
Our Usual Supply of requirement for the Trade.
Orders from the other I Uand t will receive our best at
lent ion. 10331.1
HONOLULU CLOTHING EM
porium. To make room for a NEW CONSIGNMENT of
C L O T H I N..G
on tbc.ay from EUROPE, lb. present ttock wilt b.
told rtytinllrmm nf Coil.
A. M, M ELLIS, 104 Fort Street,
Honolulu, II. I,
TJONOLULU CLOrillNC. EM1-UKIUM,
No. 104 Korl Street, II0N0U tr, 11. I, ,
Millinery and Dressmaking
Coiliiected with Ih. premises.
A. M. MELLIS. Propricior.
MPORTANT NOTICE I
Having pucrchatcd ih. Unknipt uock
of M. (J. Correla, I am now prepared lo offer la
Ladies', Om't and Children's .
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Superkir llarcalut IOK CSII, Every daarrtuloa
and quality. Call early lo obtain lb. inoic. Lott.
.. II. Ll'XfJU,
Na ft Kiac Skttrt.
II. J NOLTE. I'KOrKIErQK.
Ileft to aniKwoc. In bit friand. and lb. public- In (a
tral that b. hat opened lb. abov. balooa .belt
From j a. M , iUI it r. u, ,.
1 h noett
Clgara, Plpaa aa4
ChoMa ly a pcrtMtial attactlon ftow rUiKtaaa
.j .1 1. .- t .1 .-f.. I .l .u t.
added froat ifaa. la tiaM.
ItcatwetteJ altlt lb. .tnUithayia. bai. law., of
.( lb. tu. tsin partkituta.
gD. C. MOWB, ol
, rMe l-aatM, ,
aa laaaar aaaaa IfM. S