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SEPTEMBER tj. iMt.
Notice of any .rents of Interest transpiring on
the other Islands will always b thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
append their true name to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but ai guarantee
that the writer It acting In good faith.
Aderrtlsementt mult be tent In by Friday noon.
Ho Iniertlon for the current litue can be guaran
teed when tent In later. Advertisers will mark
the number of tnierttoni detlred. from which date
they charge; any not to marked will be charted j
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
The I C. AJtirtiitr putt rather a low
estimate upon the Kind's x!uliit)-, when
admitting the iliilit' tliat "hi enemies may
knock him oil the throne."
Welwliese it wit Tom I'jtne whocharac
Icrieil kinpt at pauper, fetl upon the Imunty of
lh. IjuJjt politic, whom they ileapfoetl. Ileg
gart hate become proverbial for their tliioi
tun to become chooscrv
Hun. J M Kapcni our tfjititnt l'ostnmter
General, cx-C.-tliln.ct Minister and ex-Gmcrnor,
U announced at Cninmissloner to Japan, with
J. I.. Kaulukou at secretary. Probably the
organ will deny thit at utual.
The '. C. A. leaders have arrived at the
" cheap ad." feature of supporting royal meat
tires, and defending the present Ministry, just
as the agricultural journals ol the states would
seak of fine blooded stock,
The '. C. A. sa)sr "The Queen of Eng
land may be said net er to exercise the power
of clos upon measures passed by the imperial
parliament." No llritisli sovereign has ever
exercised the vetoing power since the time of
William Fourth; they dare not do it.
Doubtless the Premier and his organ will
deny there was any unpleasantness or disagree
tucnt between the Cabinet and an influential
parly jesterdayj simply a little "love spat"
that bound them still closer, though to the
community it is more like the entering wedge
that has reccitcd its decisive blow.
Quekiks. DM the Premier in his capacity
ns Chairman of the finance Committee of the
legislative Assembly ever evince any financial
ability ? Did the late tax assessor for the dis
trict of Kona, Oahu, display marked percept
ive faculties fur discerning true values? Has
the manager of the estate of Keelikolani con
ducted it with shrewd business tact ?
In the preparations that are lcing made by
the Minister of the Interior for la)ing a rail
road track along llerctania street, has it ever
vntcictl his head to consider the public right of
way thereon, and the large probability there is
going to exist for accidents on so public alitor
nroughfarc? Does the Cos eminent hold itself
responsible for the risks to life and limb from
this arbitrary act ?
Shepherd Saint who was, ufumrse, the author , a bract by which it is held in position while
To the traveler in the Koolau district of this
island the most noticeable feature, next to the
leautiful mountain scenery, is the large num
ber of rcd-shirted Kliccmcn or constables who
infest the highways and by-ways. When not
rushing wildly about on their skinny ponies
their fawiritc pastime is to sit-in the shade and
munch a stalk of sugar cane, and yet there is
more lawlessness carried on IxMicatli their
optics than in any other part of Oahu.
A sop to the planters is thrown out by the
Government in the proposition to supply them
with Japanese laliorers free of expense of im
portation 1 besides several modifications on
previous rulings of the Hoard of Immigration.
Whence this sudden flop of the Hoard ? And
whence this power that can take of the taxes
of this people to benefit any one class or body
of men? The tabor and Supply Co. never
asked for it, and when the day for rcckoniug
comes the Premier and his confederates in
(lovcrnmcnt mismanagement will find their
effort to curry favor with, and support from,
an influential body will as surely meet its
" Legislation is a new work in the hands of
men w hose fathers knew nothing of civilized
life, and many of whom, if inclined to be stu
dious, hate access to none of the literature by
which they might acquire a sound knowledge
of their duties, and of what is good or bad for.
their country." So pipes the AJurtiitr in
justification of the excessive use of the vetoing
power by the King, and in general support of
its doctrine of the immaculate qualities of Ha
waiian kingship. Vastly different and dis
cordant is such a tunc, however, when com
pared with that lately sung for the benefit of
the native car, and wlietcin we were told of
the signal qualifications of natives for the con
duct of high offices in government, and of the
treasonable nature of the foreign assumptions
of superiority in experience and education.
A PLAUSIBLE MISTOKV.
of It all.
"The laborer is worthy of his sire The
wage which the Shepherd would lie willing to
accept In return for the invention and perfect
Ing of the magnificent scheme need not., rife
cssarily, Ix limited. Witliont hh jioetical
imaginations, his fertile Invention ami his In
exhaustible ingenuity the Kins' would have
stopped at home) the reefs now Id remain sep
arate kingdoms, principalities and powers, and
the sea well, the sea would, very likely, con
tinue to ebb and flow at usual, Imt the re
ward of the prognosticntot ought to lc a rovat
one. As we have Wforc remarked " the la
borer is worthy of his sire I"
His Majesty made the tour of the world. It
was made in a very practical but crjnirativcly
inexicnsive manner. His Majesty's flagship,
escottcd by a fleet of tenders, did not liear the
Koyal person from iort to )it. The Queen
of Great Ilritain and the llmprets of India does
not do much better when she summers on the
Italian lake or lwtakes her auprstself to a
German Imih. The limes have chnngeil; the
Queen of Miclxi were she tn route to-day
would, probably, content herself with a Pull
nnn Palace Car, and a first-class ticket by one
of the ocean steamers of any respectable line.
His Majesty's reception at the several courts
was distinguished by almost as niiich display
as if he had lecn the ex-President ofa repub
lic. The King seems to have excited the Mine
curiosty in the public mind that Cetewayo
does, but this is easily accounted for. It Is n
lamentable fact that in the schools of the old
country the Hawaiian Islands arc unknown,
and even the "Sandwich Islands" arc loo
often mistaken for lly-spccks on the map.
Cannibalism and the death of Capt. Cook, to
gether with the conviction that the semi-civil-ircd
inhabitants are tattooed from the crown
of the head to the, sole of the foot, are the
chief facts associated with the vague history of
this little kingdom.
From the barbaric splendors of the Oiient
the King descended by easy stages through
the diminishing display of the modern courts
and tapered off with the unostentatious com
monplace of the American capitals. It was
like pasting from the fragrant and steaming
chambers of a Turkish bath, through halls of
various temperatures, until the cold shower is
reached. The cold show cr is the mot invig
orating, Ihoughbynomcansmost cnjo)able, and
it often happens that the bather w ith blood still
tingling from the shock of the shower longs
for the sensuous and scductiv ejoys that are to be
found only in the tepid vapors of the alabaster
chamlwr, an atmosphere steeped in tost-attar
and stained with the soft glimmer of painted
In this mood the King returned to his own.
The Shepherd Saint, still merely a Shepherd
Saint, was waiting to welcome the Uojal Cir
cumnavigator. He had begun to look uon
the King as his majcslical frottgt. Had he
not successfully put that frottgt through a bril
Ihntcotirsc of sprouts ? If the (rolege were not
ungrateful it was nigh time for the Shepherd
to lie gathering his wool I
Was it a golden fleece that rewarded his
quiet, stealthy, but unflagging industry? Wc
shall sec I
(To 1 continued.)
mtrving a strain
The extensive anil tinwieM) looking strne
ture now retting upon the track Is that which
h to form lis (onlinuatfrm when Uttncheti,
wrrlth will probably be ilone to-day or In the
early rt of rrext week. It is constructed on
its under side n as to fit the Ixittoin of the har
bor, on tn which it will lie stink and held in
sitn by being bahttied with stones to within a
few inches of the top rails. Its upper end will
almtt with what is now the lower end of the
tracITi and will be to adjusted in it as In form a
gradual descent to the bottom of the harbor.
Mr. Crandal estimates the working cost of
the entire affair at a remarkably low figure ;
and ssys that when in full operation it will
require the services of only three men, one of
which will be the manager, another the
engineer and the remaining one, a common
latmrer. He estimates the time that will lie
occupied in lifting the largest vessel it will
accommodate, to a sition that is "high-ami-dry,"
at less than one hour after leing moored
alongside the dock, anil smaller vessels will be
elevated in a manner proportionally rapid,
down to a very minute as the extreme.
It is otsible that Dome little time may
clapsc before the Marine Kail way will become
a remunerative instrument ; but when gener
ally known to ship owners and insurance com
panies in other parts, will doubtless carry nlTn
legitimate share of the trade that is now of
necessity rescrv eil for other ports. In conclu
sion, wc can only express our liellcf in, and
hope for, the ultimate success of an enterprise
which few men would lie energetic and liold
enough to undertake.
Iclu cbbcrtiocmcnto. Ulu cJUibcrliscmciilo. Cjcncrul Vblici'liocmcnts.
Omnibus for ante
at No. so and 31 king street. Warranted to carry 14
I 111. Carriage is guaranteed to be In GOOD OU
DKK, with new trtmmingt, lop, curtains, pole ami
For Snla Cheap,
loe-lf P. J. HICOINS.
To our departed young friend and playmate,
lis scarce a vear
That von ami we
In jo)ful glee
Who would have thought
That we to toon
ou. Charley, dear,
Had to tiemourn.
When tlod again
Putt duvt tu dint.
Your soul now moves
Sinless and bright,
Midvt angels fair.
In spheres of light
We thee Ouill meet
Aeain In bliss.
Hut such it life. here life and love
Submit we muvt, ' Shall never ceave
Caroline, Kmil Dora, Kviha, Jomnvv.
Ssn Francisco, Sept. 7th.
The Marliot rollevoil
b) arrival of the barkentine AVXi.i,
ixtaand II. G. NOKWKSr,
in large quantities, at well as full assortment ol regular
UT ANTED' WANTKIlM
(! Shvi'i Sh rn n'i'H.
Apply to II HACKFELD & Co.,
Honolulu, Sept. it, iBSt io7-at
To otir former stock, ox Knlnknun,
Suer, ami City of Svdney.
Slim VIIAJS'lihliltY .
AMI fillir tTORK,
CorilAse, Hemp, Manila, Cotton Puck, Yhx Cama,
KUx Sail Twine, Iteeswiw, !tocV Oaf, (8 to 94
ft) Shackle, UiIm of Oaluim. Hook, anil
Ihiml.lw, Club llluck.. Snatch Ithxks,
Iron Strap IHixk, Kowl.ck, Mal
1'rfldS Metal me ami patent !!mh-
(rjt, Sheavw, (aortcd aire)
Stockholm lar, Pitch.
Coal'Iar. Ur Oil.
Hrlf;l-t VarnUh. Blnok Vnrninh.
Wire KigRinc, Marline, Seizing I touiein. Ratlin, Spun
jam, Caulking lron, Copper Tacks Iron lacks
pOR SALE I
Two Top Bt.KRicf
IAVO SRCONfMIAND T-XPRKSSKR, ONE a-
SHAIKH AASKKT CTT-UNiKK, ONE
IIEACII WAOON, ONE SINOI.K
DRAY, HORSE ANO
All the atio.e arc In good order, nemrly a (food new.
tci O. WEST.
ladie ami Oentlemen vWtlnji San franctao will
find very deira!ile FurnUheil Room En Suit ami Sin
aleaj No. M7 Montjcomery St Corner ltuh Mr.
I. Honey, formerly; of Honolulu.
XTAILUKU POt FACTORY,
Waiuki, Mam, H I ,
HfMt UtHtlltif uf I'nttit )Itt$nifiirtttteil fn-
.ianili. All orders filleil with tlUpAtch.
8 E. H, Bailey.
HOS. G. THRUM,
7im RrcRier, ki latr aruivai.,
or irLrdTio" iv
NEW GOODS !
ARK COtfSPAffrLV liui.VO HKCKIVKI)
Connecting I.inkt, Marline spikes,
.Vlallets MM lloopt, llaml-pi
Send in orders early.
I.I'.WKKS & COOKE.
with moderate capital ; old established buMnesI ; iplen
dtd opening far the right man For further information
I'Piy ai mis uiiittr. lyo
THE MARINE RAILWAY.
On Monday last we availed oursclf of an
opportunity to viiit llic .Marine Railway, now
in process of construction. The building lias
Iwcn proceeding at a rapid pace considering
the engineering difficulties that have had to be
overcome and the limited number of hands
emplojcd, and will probably be completed
about January next. When in working order,
it is calculated to accommodate any vessel of
not over 1800 tons total measurement ; and
may also be used in raising the stems of the
largest steamers that visit our port, when
necessary for the shipping or unshipping of the
profiler or other repairs in its vicinity.
At present, when viewed by the uninitiated,
it is a huge but incomprehensible affair, both
as to its particular location, and the method by
which vessels are to be raised upon it, and is
the subject of many an amusing discussion
among the curious who have only their ocular
view and inner consciousness from which to
elaborate their conclusions. Previously to our
visit and conversation with the urbane and
communicative gentleman who is at once the
inventor and patentee of this particular form
of ship-dock, and also the contractor 'Hind
builder in the present instance, wc had to
plead to a share in the common ignorance as
to its general merits and prospective working.
Our ni)stitication on the subject was soon dis
pelled, however, by the lucid information fur
nished us by Mr. Crandal, who expresses him
self as ready and willing tooplain its workings
to such as are interested in the particulars.
Prior to our visit we had shared the somewhat
popular conception in regard to the apparently
odd location chosen, and the seeming waste of
money in making land for its accommodation
when so much already built and better fitted
VAUVKSIKU 1111,1 llVll.Dr.lt.
AM kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamon' Kspres Office.
Shop No. 84 King street. 108
GOOD SILVER WATCH; ALSO A GOLD
VV atch Chain, uill be sold at a bargain.
Mops, lar IInihe, PACK IC RUII-
111-.K t'.i.-sr, a new lot incind
ing all the various colors,
J'uiitis ftml Paint Oils.
Alt klNIW ANII COLORS,
A full assortment of IIRUSIIKS Paint-, Varnish-
Pencil-, Whitewash-, Pavte-, Artivt-, Scrub-, Shoe-,
and Savh llruvhes a good avsoriment
of each AXES and HArCHETS,(ood
and ihinghnK), SHIP LANTERNS
and Side Lights, (regulation
A full awortment of fine groceries including wm
CHOICE VARIE1IES of CANNED (iOOi)S
lable Pie Fruitt. Jam and Jellies (a new ar
ticle put up by a new firm, which we can
highly recommend a twins; something
really nice), a new lot of Teas in
eluding some superior Japan
ariene. ?uar, (raw ana
refined), Ham, Itaccn,
Smokvtl Hev in Tins,
(a new article). CURRIED FOWL, Curried OVS-
ii-.k: i'i.uai ruuiJltMS!), kit ct halnmn
IMlies kin Mackerel, kits 'longue. Sounds,
etc, Codfish, Cheese, Oiford Sausage, in
tun, Raisins inJ3, and )$ boe,
Ka'iMnt in tins, Currants in 4 and
7 lb, tins, Tickles m i. 3. 4
quarts, 1 to 5 gallon kegs,
Tapioca, Vorml colli, Macaroni
Dried Apples Prunes, I 'hints. Peaches, Pears
Floin9 J'rorisions, liveatl,
( .olden Gate Extra Family-, Eldorado, Golden City-
uranam-, uai-f ana i-orn iMeai. Meuium ureau.
Crackers, (an assortment). Ginger Snaps
TalT), Saloon Pilot Bread, Soda Hiscuits,
Kiur aiKi turii.e naie
late with Chung Hoi, 62 Nuuanu St.,
has now removed tu No. 45 Nuuanu Street,
Where he Is showing a uw and splendid as
Watvhes Clocks mui tlvwvlvy.
of eery description at exceedingly low price. Ladies
lIRACEUn.S, LOCKERS, EARRINGS.
Gent's SHIRT S'lUDS. SLELVE-
AUTIONS. etc My stock
is orth inspecting.
Watches and Clocks,
Prices Low; Quality Good Orders from ihe other is
lands promptly attended to. Gouds prmpily
sent by every steamer. 108
TTOTEL STREET MARKET.
Kit. . H"-l I.l.l'll, J'rirtflor,
Will be open for business,
Oil Saturday, Sept. 23d.
106-1 will 1m aupplied dally.
CKACKI.F.I) OUSS VASr.S,
'Windsor & Nowtoii'n
SI F.KEOSCOPli FRAMLS,
UNK I.I'.AIIIKR K. PLUSH DAOS, laievl Miles,
PURSES, CXKIl CASES, MUSIC ROLLS,
INKSTANDS, OI.ASS PAPER WEIGH TS,
CUT PAPER PATTERNS,
A full assortment of latest M)les to 1 followed with
regular supplies each month
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.
A fine assortment of latest novelties in
The alove Roud are oliened at the FORT STREET
STORE, (HreweA lilocl.) and are placed at the
lowest ftguie for the encouragement of Ituvers.
Iloth the l-ORT AND MEKCIIANI-
on as liberal n Kims to the public
as losvible, commensurate with
in alt cases.
J. T. WATEfRHOUSE,
to which the attention of
Ttir I'uhttr h rrirr"n htrltrtt,
If ACKFELD A Co.
OFFER I OR SALF
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS
Jtt rrtfllwl t C. X. AM, (Wallers, Matter,)
Comtaing In part of at folfovta :
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Denim, Drown and White Cottons, Drill!, Tick.
Inifa, Turkey Red, Merinos black and
colored, 4 qualities. Repps, Alpacas,
Cobotirgs, Italian Cloth and
Dlack, Cros-graln, Fancy, Colored and Striped.
Barege, Crepe, &c
Mrn'n Fit ni Mi I ntf (Inoil.t,
Shirts, Woolen, MUrd, Calico, Hickory, Denim,
etc.. Merino and Cotton Undershirts, White
Iloiom Shirts, Socks & Stockings, Gloves,
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a large In
voice of CLOTHING consisting
of Fine Ulaek Cloth Coats and
PaiUs, Ihickskln Sacks,
Pants and Suits, Felt,
Sacks & Pants,
Roy's Shirts, and
Children's Jackets, I.
R. Coats & Leggings, Mott
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slippers, Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andParasols, Fancy nd Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Fancy Quilts, Felt Rugs and Brus
sels Carpeting, Silk nnd Velvet Ribbons, Threads,
E. P. ADAMS. AUCTIONEER.
A RT SALE,
ON SATURDAY EVENINO,
September svnl, at the llamaiivn Hotel
Parlors, a number of
Uepretentlnjt the most Interesting portion of ttUntI
Scwiery. lT.es pictures are the work of Mr. V. A
Coulter, of San Kranclsco, who, .luring Mislay
upon these Islands, has tveen encatfeti In
maVinjj careful Miulie from nature,
Mr. Cotilter lsa1out toteA.e lion
oluht, ami otTer for nate hi
entire tol lection,
Throuah the courleiy of J. M j,wtor Ki. the wtf
will take place at the Hotel Parlor, where Ihe
painting are now on exhibition.
to ! l ADAMS. Auctioneer
CATURDAY, SEPT 30, tMi
LAND AT WAIKIKI,
At my SAI V.sKOOM, at n o'clock noon, l.y onler
of John and August Herlng, I wilt sell
At PuMio Auction,
lhat rertain nic-ce of land itnale In MaViVi, WaiViVl,
Patent No. iM) contatning an area of
Sperm Oil, bperm
All of Ihe above will lie SOLI) at the HI'.Sl' MAR-
lJTlluers are respectfully invited to call and exam
ine our stock.
the Suti ami Rneki we hue receive J I.AKGE
ADOIIIONS tu our stock of
FURNITURE IN EVERY LINE !
And we arc selling
AT THE LOWEST RATES.
We alio MANUI'ACI URU to order
OtTer for sale
Goods received ex bark Obtran. and other recent arrivals
COAL BAGS, SUGAR BAGS, KICK HAGS,
Coffee Bags lleuians. BURNELL'S
patent four-pointed BARB WIRE,
smooth Fencing Wire annealed
I R. Garden Hoscr ornamen
tal Water Sprinklers,
The Plot Thickens.
It may safely aiicitetl that the Shepherd
Saint '.ha nine lives; all available evidence
lioars witnett to this aMoumlinu fact.
lib mysterious origin has not in the least
ciipptetl htm. Horn at sea heW lo-lay "a man
without a country," of no natioiulit) ; without
lxX'mnlnn, at it were, and apiaienlly without
He speedily iecocicl from a disastrous
filitni.tcring expedition in the Uastcrn Sea j
survivcvl imprisonment; and has outlived a lit
ery venture, from the cfTccti of which, how
em, he is still stiflcting. Es en a shameless
speculation in Mormon slock, which made
lunLmpts of his followers, left him well to do.
" Against w ind and tide " is hit motto. lie
findt aihertity profitable; public contempt
stimulation; and t-ach succsic failure hat
lieen a new rung in the ladder by which he has
scales! the diuy, the particularly diuy height
where he, for the time being, findt himself.
We may admire his courage while we depie
hit principles; and If he It not politic if hit
aillcs-s arts amuse us, for they arc patent to all
rjes he it still favored by the jade Fortune to
a degree which encourages ut in the belief that
he has sold his soul to the Ksil One and that
his reward, though certain, will come too late
to be of any seisicc as an example to the few
who are hit advocates.
llig with prophecy, the Shepherd Saint hail
audience of I lit. Majesty and luillmitlt Inter
pieted the dt cam. At a professional prophet
he had gained some favors among the Ha
waiian, for poetic people have an arlinity with
the prophetic. His Majesty, who at first list,
cited to the babble of the soothuvcr as a King
listens to a court jester, gtew Interested; the
glamour of the Saint's prognostication! daiilcd
the royal eie. There was something higher
than the JhjWj, something more potent than
vi", in the little world Uyond the sea. The
Klni: must ctri-uinruvigate and tale hit own
observation. He must lounge from court to
court and return a traveled gentleman. Ills
eye once opened it would naturally follow
iMt Mi aWtkCOCU aunuilHHl wuuiu willing,)
cctot proposesl supirmacy of the seas, a
iasitfsvliea ol the rcets, a Coronalion, etc, etc
.-ivU o( kKlt tt come by and through the
for its site, existed along the water front.
little explanation with Ihe elaborate maps and
drawings in possession of the gentleman refer
red, when placed before one for contemplation,
sery rapidly changes the aspect of their im
promptu reflections, and affords consinccing
proof of the assertion made by Mr, Crandal,
that this it the only kind of dock practicable
considering the topograph) of our harbor ; and
capable of being built nowhere else without
greater Inconveniences ami at a largely increas
ed outlay of capital. lie considers the con
struction ofa dry dock, in our harbor, next to
an impossibility, and fixes Ihe only kismMc
location ofa floating dock at a point where it
would effectually blockade the port's entrance.
He also consider 1 that to build any kind of a
dock for the accommodation of larger scstels,
such as the I'. M. S. Co.' steamers which
visit us in tnimilu, would utterly fail of its
object, as such vessels would, under any but
sery extraordinary circumstances, reserve their
repairing to lc done at the termini of their
The .Marine Railway hat four rails, the jiiid
die two of which are designed to sustain the
greater part of the weight, the vessel resting
on her keel immediately between them in the
cradle above, the outer two being calculated
mainly for the preservation of balance. On
these four raits (which have an edging of
wrought iron tiatf an inch thick and four inches
broad) the cradle with the votel fitted into it,
will slide. The cradle will consist of a heavy
wooden frame-work about 17S fcU in length
and corresponding in width, with the track
upon which it it to run. The bottom, or fric
tlon surface, is formed by four rails or tlcccrs
which are suKrtncumbcnt upon, and cone
spoiid with Ihe rails of the track beneath,
upon which they are Intended to slide. Upon
these, resting trans crsely, are heavy beams
placed at regular inters alt throughout its entire
length which form the floor of the cradle.
Itoltcd to, and rising from the floor, arc
knees, which, being prolonged, form the annt
of Ihe cradle, ami are designed to hold the strap
ping by which the vessel. U nulntalncU in
position. On these arms are arranged iwllcss
by which a set of tunning blocks placed on
either side, are slid into position on Ihe bottom
and prevent all lateral motion.
The cradle, with its burden, will le drawn
forward upon the track by means of two end
lcs chains, attached on cither side of it, and
driven by an exceedingly powerful compound
engine, so situated that the track itself acts as
NEW BRUSSELS CARPETS,
Kussand Mats. China Malting, Cocoa Mailing. Brush
Matt, India Kubber Mats,
Murine (Musses, '
ColorcU Wrapin and IVtntin Paper, i Upright
Of Auchcr Freies, ran.
J Superior Siuurti J'liuio,
Of Richard IJpp & Son, Stuttgart.
ALSO, SUl'KIUOtt VLAUKTS,
and other Vin,
I Jluor anti Uuer, Oenutne Manila Cigar. Further
IW UIHs l( V rst UU. m Mil sTWirslTMiiav!,
Sutjttf of VUsinvv Itvi'V,
In (Juan aital I'.ni.
Further to airi.e, r tl Imaco from NtwVorl, du
in all September.
llousvhohl Sviviiiy Mttcftines,
Ktruxnc Oil, Match In Tin,
ioV4 fur "' tfV Kb. Ilorr9HtAiu.ia & Co,
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
Wreathes and Feathers,
Jteul Ostrich feathers,
On this occasion I specially wish to fall the attention
of the ladies, to my mag magnificent stosk of
etc., etc., etc.,
Every description of Prints.
All linds of
DRESS TRIMMINOS, LACES,
and Uuttons. The
ll replete with the
In Hit iriinntcii or uiuri mined.
olicitcU and Orders
faithfully attended to. '1 . G. T. taV.es pleasure
in announcing the selection ol the Learcest
and finest Hock of MlbCKIXANK-
OUS and 1'KESKNTMION
Art and Fancy Goods.
Kor the Fall Trade, due notice of which will he ghen
on receipt of Kattern Invoices. Alto having been
a pj toin ted Agent for the
American Tract Society's
A full stock of their deMrahle HOOKS, .HULKS anX
TKSTAMKN' IS w.M l-: lemon hand, and a liberal
allowance made to Sunday Schools, and Teachers
Irom Mst iTiccs. 433n
BREWER & Co.
(of every kind,)
White and Taney Blankets,
uiljr OUIPCU iruuicu. inuiuca,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and
Fancv Strined Woolen, two sizes.
"... ....). stat a ' ....
net. urange. vvnite vvooien anna poinis,
Buttons for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
Oihu, twionKing to the aid John and Augutt
Hftlnji, & set fortn ami ilecrltet. tn Koval
'atent so. jjj contatnme an area o
to; tvlU, with all the right. prhtKget
ami miiidtngs tnereto wimigine
'I here ln small houe upon lht prpiett, alo iv
erat fruit tre4 ami a number of tara atcnes all en
titled to regular Hater
Term CASH Heeds at putxttatrr' etpene.
toy K. V ADAMS, Autlloneer.
The Sue or ubtnntlas Rtstldeuc
of KU O. WALLER.
situated in lh spleudij clunats of Kalihl, J joining iht
lMYrniutnt road, two mil from lh pott ookt . i
bouve cotilains four Ledruoms, on sitting room, one
tarv: lailur. lath ruoai. tluiint; ruum, laiury aisi s.1
A splendidly aborted slock of LAWKS' U.S'DKK-
WrK. From toy kjtij csKricnc in the Is
land trado I know rsactly lli kind 01
guudt to suit this market, and
therefore, have no old
stock un hand.
GENTS' rUKNUUCINO GOODS
At ciceedingly LOW PRICES.
Coloird Shirts with dicwd linen fitaui'. ttculiy.
en. Itse outhouMs conviv
servants qaarters, a 3
slall stable, coach hotue. liouhrv sard lad fen.
lite houvc stands 00 a s-acr1 lot, water for lrrtekiui,E
10 Ihi had from Ihe urcam, surlvcient twuurac toe two
huncs.Flh Use will (use iheoeaion of rcnlinc eight
acres of Evod laud adjoining, affording a tine orjiottu.
mtv fur a famdv wskhinir to keen a few ruws. rkl.E
WATER laid on 14 lb huuse. Itudd's ouuubuses
shortly csiaed lo run on this route.
r or lurtner vsritcuus, a
Score, or to
at III RUM'S Fort U.
U. a WALLLR,
Owatsn of LoU Us "Natsuvasst
will please hand in their rumetto the Treaamer, A. J.
CAKFVs'RIim 1'. o the undersigned, and ihey uul U
furruvhed with eofer Deeds,
JOHN II, I'ArY.
lirj tu Secieuu)
OlTer for sale the cargo of the Martha Dalit, the fol.
lowing list ol .Mercnanatse:
Card Matches, Farmer's Boilers, Barrels
Best Plaster, Franklin Stove Coal,
Hair Mattresses, Double and Sin
gle, Bales of Excelsior, Nests
of Trunks, Second-hand
Safes in good order
and at extremely
FRASER'S AXLE GREASE,
A Clioice selection of
liushet Tops, iiijftiait tljer,
Vat Uniler (lurruulls,
it- ., 5, ' v
N' ' lliiinurll Top Jlii(le,
Alio, per bark JCJtvanl .Vat
Cases Yellow Metal, 18, 30, 22, 24 ounces,
Keg of Composition Nails,
- Hand Carts
and Ox Carts.
Lounges and Bed Lounges
made tu order.
ltirri'iri fn mrtr thrtr ciulc of
COVERINGS IN SILK OK VUMS HKPP
E. P. ADAMS, ACent
Telephone Ka 73.
Genuine Kau de Cologne, I.uhtn'A 1.x
tracts, Toilet Suan rhilotome, Hair
Oil, Combs lxKkini(JLTS, 1'iiics. I.
R ItalN, Harmonicas lllanlc Jinnies,
Gold Ieaf, Jewelry, Gold Watches
Hemp& I. K. Packing, Oti.il Markets,
Tape, Ulaitic, Scarfs, Albums,
I'xtenilon, Arm, Dining room and I'atlor Cliatrs,
Settees .Mirrors, etc.,
.SiiiMfp, CHtfuKlHi, hth-fSttmt l.rutUrr,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups Teapots, Howls, Chambers,
Rice Dishes and Hikers, Demijohn 3 and 5
Gallons, Sample Hollies Vaeand Glassware, Manila
And Tarml Kofw, Coal Hacs Gunnies Twine,
Hurlaps, Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen llose(
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all sizes and qualities.
Sardines In half and quarter boxes.
Salt In Jars, Castor Oil In tins. Matches,
Cocoanut Oil, Wash Blue. II. White Lead,
Stearlnc Candles, 4. 5, and 6, II. & H. Biscuit,
Hubuuck's Linseed Paint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
De Laagc fils and Boutelleau 0 Branay
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St. Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid-
seick Monopolc,- Ch Faare, G.
H. Mumin & Co., Sparkling
mock, mosene, etc., etc.,
German anil Jfaraua Clours,
Plated ware Spoons, Porls, Cruets, Tea
sets, Cu, NajiVin Kings, Salvers, etc.,
rocket and tlutcher Knives, Scissors, Sheen Shears,
ficeaiee, spoons, 1 lies, spurs, lialvamcfl llasins.
Hoop Iron, Kes Rivets, Hammers, Yellow
Metal and Composition Nail., Clanners,
llabbitt Metal, bugar Coulcrs, Iron
Tanks, etc., also. White Brother's
Fire Clay. Blacksmith Coal, Fire Bricks, Tiles,
Umpty Barrels, Oak Boats, Ac.
Term l.thrmt, Stimylvn Free by Vrrtyhl.
Ordets from the other Islands carefully attended 10.
CALK OF SLOOP
"LPonT or the wave."
It)' onler of Captaiu J- S. !,te, on
Tiicsdny, Sopt. 12G.
all) o'clock notm.alSSOKUNSO.N'i) W1IAKP,
will lie sold the American sloop Srt en tht ll'att, to
lone hutluen, vviih her sails, sjiars, rlRKiii5, anchors and
rhalns. Also, a I10A rs, 17 water cak, lot of I'rovis
ions, ammunition, and sailini; Kear. 108
r. I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Wlnoa, Liquor, etc nt Auction.
Hy onler of the Adminlvtralor of the 1'jlale of JAMI'.S
S. I.n.MON, deceased, I will sell, at auction,
Saturday, Sept. 23,
at to a. m., at my salesroom,
THE VALUABLE LIBRARY
of the late James S I.emon, conMMhu; of some VI.RV
KrtKl, ami VI.KV VAI.UAHLi: WORKS,
alo, some old
Hawaiian Works, very scarce,
after which uiMhetvold the kilanceof the Mock of lu.
uors and wines, ler. cliAmiuj;ne, claret, therry
conlial, uine hiilem, hockv lemon 6rup, etc.
and IN liONI) 1 hoslie.idH Rin, j qr.
ck, I). S. ttlmkey. t hhd II. 1. und
Co.'n brandy, a very fine lot of
claret In lot to tunt cmtomer
A n 111 nil fiKiortnient of Cigar.
n1o will l vsld a a residue of aij estate, ten tint of
xinc, ToliiHof mixed paint, 25 tln4 of white lead.
to drum of boiled oil. alv), 8 Mone 6Mii, ic
Hie whole of the almve witl he positively nold for the
purjUMiof clmint; the estate. A bargain.. ma I
ckfectedt the term are CASH.
IU P. ADAMS, Auutoneer.
ALUABLE REAL PROPERTY
On Xttwiitit Amine,
aUy order of A. JaeRer( ni., 1 will offer, (if not pre
iously dijosed of at private sale) at public auction, on
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30,
t 12 si., that Valuable piece of properly, In Nuuanu
Valley, known as the COAUV FKEMISKS.
'I he lot Is pleasantly located on the hank of
Nuuanu htream, having a frontage Sof 38;
feet on the avenue, 'Hie buildings
oxj-; i.augj: jhi'kllixg,
nth Atlic, Kooiny cellar, llalhroom and Kitchen, Car.
rlaje llouneand &lahlrs. 'Ihe dwelling his jint
been reiaii;ed and is ready fur immediate occu.
Jkincy. A Mrtion of the purchase money
may remain on mortgage at a reasona
blejate of interest. Turtles de
siring to tntpecl the rrenvises
can do so ti'ioii apnhcation
to,V. Jaeger, l.si. or
& l' I'. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
DAILKVS CHEAT TEN-CENI' SlOMl
Fresh invoice. New Good. I
The Ten Cent Store is a success, and will be continued.
NEW AND SI'LENIUD ASSORTMENT GOODS
10 AKKIVK SHOKTLV.
109 Fort street, 107
I'olue Cleiks in
Comer Tort and Hotel Streets
Is stfepareJ to receive a few iupsls fo iltfough Inuruc
liua sa is. rUMiucnis ot
ENQLISII. rHENCH AND MUSIC,
tight iufUs only received. Terms moJcratcy
7 AlsJsta street. ioC n
All of the abore goods are In tvn excel
teat condition, and will be sold low to
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL,
; KpktStkt, Honolulu, II I,
C. . Hardy and II, P. Bertelmann,
Contractors and Builders,
PUnlng, Shaping, Turning',
Band and Scroll Sawing',
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Door
and Window Frames,
Stairs, made to order.
MOULDINGS AND FINISH,
AH crdtra nlld oa thwrt nutrr, and Jwbbtni promptly
attcodctl la. alouUmti tual to any luiurn wuhout
eiua cKjl for knircK Pf lc tl Uacbiu work,
9 1 00 to l $a par hour. io-r
DRWAOKNOtlCKt TIIK UNDKRSIGNKO
beet to notify hU many goud friend and eutoin
erttliat Mr. N. Pt.'l i:KbON lias charg of lU dxay.
age buiinebft, and lliat he will be pleated to accommo-
iUie thvm in tlut line with IHK IHlsT TIAUs on Tilt
Hit ACM. Rlnjc unTelcplion No. 65 when jou want
learnt, or leave order at the Office 011 Oucen Street.
lattwecn Wilder' and Dowsett'm. Don't foreet the
imoibrr. 6$. 105 (1. II KOIlKKlM)N.
T AND AT KAUAI.
Hy order of Chune Faa, Attorney-In.
fact of Che Kim, the father and heirat
law of Aw ana, late of Waioli, .Uland of
Kauai, deceated. on
SATUJtDAY OCT. 7,
at is o'clock noon, at my salesroom In Honolulu, I will
sell at public auction, that certain house lot In
including an area of three-quarters of an acre, with the
buildings thereon situate. Including a store. This
proiettyls centrally located ami is part of
ifau i u, ixuie.na 10,090 ana Aana 4, ot
Kuleana 7,0)0. I'or further liaillculara
apply lob. II. Dole, Esi .Solulior,
or, E. I', ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Mi ittitlor JtoxvHcrautx
Withe to inform the I'ubllc that he U now ift pared to
receive pupil for Iiutructton In
Vocal and Instrumental
Afler the most improved methods.
rtiiiio-liiniiii attended to at sliori notke.
Address ISIDOR KOSENCR.VNTZ,
Hirum's Vun Street Store or llollistcr's Drug Store
T AINE & Co.,
Eoar Sreaar, IIusqlvlv, II, I.,
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
Thai wc are constantly receiving L-t ad
ditiutis to our stock of
HAY AND GRAIN,
And at f puahai in Utxi lot For Caib,
are cruowu io
SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER FIRM.
Having the LARGEST STOCK In the KLogdoru
with lb. best assortment. Buyers would do
well to obtain our prices before or ,
QENERAL BUSINESS INFORMATION I
J. E. WISEMAN,
Real Estate 13r61r,
Ofsrs Use foUcrwisssj echevdnle t
A HEAirilFUt, COUNTKV HOME to lease, at
l'aaaa Valley, half mile from Post Ofic., slluaie
on the main road (Tunchbuvi I street), llbu contains
7 ruoins, situate on an acre of ground, large inomy
stable, with 4 stalls, hay loft and all Cunvcnleucca.
Chicken yard latticed neatly, fencing all around; goutl
pasturage ; waler on the premise.
Rental on leas., Jjy a year.
COTrAGE on Kllitr strcet-conifortaUe, and neatly
located, adjoining James I. Dowscll's reildeuce, con
tains s rooms, bath, water, neat grounds,
Rental tt a month.
LOITAHr! on LIUha street-near King street. cou
tains 5 rooms, cellar, stable, carrlai. house,uadduck
garden and neat grounds.
9s. not a raoatk.
R.oUl m a
THE C01X)NN'ADEI I HAVE THE PLEAS
sue of aAAuunciog thai I hav cicnd a new
Restaurant, ai 7 Maunakea street, near the uh
Marker, amt asn eture.l to funsUH a riKsrci-as
Itrcaifasl, Dinner, Supt, or Lunch, 10 all who favvr
so. with a call, as 1 latcnj b B1U44' rare U the Cobat'
bade to includ. all that the snarlcs a&Torvls. I am toy
uwu chief couk. aad can guarantee thai those who
I livesaeacall wB be SilUiwJ wuh the fual aoJ see.
1 r L...
sice. kWi4 f4sva .;. Sssvfs. Meals aarts.
Always on nans " UMget l- " n U.I.IASJ I Isocy,
H. MASO4,UecilWkatlb.''OUCroa. u swt
eraiMilnLnir nt absatcica at Slo.a uul Siauw eaxh.
liajt tact ctxdiuutxi ii of ih MUARr autl raier ktavcUa
al (. aivi fi-eMsWavh. Urdcf IVv aUviul nuui la
cltsstU ftutvtactr. i.a ajid M Cbta rtuwctivclr tx wl.
ICaU.4t aaxniaay aH o4-ii tc in Kh h w
cy. I' mU ai 1 IIO- Q. TIU.V)X foil uih
11 lo obtain our prices txfore
derlog eUewherc, Wehayea
seW Mill fur Utile, with Hctlt anil I'ulltv;
in goud order. Will grind from i to a Ions per day.
Sole agents lor til
The Cheapest, Siwplett aad Best In Use.
V ai iIm otdy agents for In. I'ultul Mfrluy far rtt.
Anyone isvtuuuvg ou of iUm carsf, can pro."
ewe theas Ctscape thravsili us Itssa
oy "asasog sour groe tw
urn, w pav-so. U i
A PLEASANT HOMESTEAD, at Kahlhl, ssvIIm
from town. Ample grounds, suiuble for dairy yur
(sises, good Irngation.
Lease, fas. a year.
A COMFOKTAIILE RESIDENCE on tin Wall IV I
rowl, IM mites from town. House has I looms,
with all modern loipruvcrueiiti, stable, thicken house
etc, etc i
Rental a a year.
SMALL COITAOK on Judd stre.t, adjoining for.
wr residence of Gen. I, M. Comly. House coruaVus
rooms, stable, chicken house, etc. situate on U
acre ground. Leas, of years to sell for f.us, the
buddings to belong to the punhaser
' Rent el larsd $t a asonse,
A IretU fayastahskwaifc
CarrA(iKloKNT.ndUKNITUHE for HALE
In a small trooea Mtage on Qua Se4, Mar
Punchbowl street, w uniuutm mil fa 1.
CetUf reU for fa per ssvsvata. '
TWO HOUSES to RENT and rUKNITtlKK fee
.-v.tl.e., on Aiaasa street. Mil busses sUuat oa
deep M. uraiture tu sell thaais. '
Reertavl e a nuetes.
PINE HUII.1IINO blTE to hELL-skuaie on Nuu
anu street, aoose nrsi wioge. aaj ytaioo.
SOME j ACRES on the VaJJejr ttwsJ, svWee lite Ice
works, To lease vr sell,
UEAUTirUL RESIflKNCK. wuhsJliwnssiass.es,
u Klaisvl, siiuaW) on i asn U, wit I .cms asasy,
log. (Mod iwtiusje, SrlendU liriasioB, etc le
lease as once, .
bVyoK bALEr,KAVAGE ?UWN,:S t;J tUr.
PJrts saukH. tu resit eel
MoMaiulu siavf east aw free
m tUt-Na tftrUni mtmrntit
,..-m. rufWWtr I aa.