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IVlT(Auni,.m UV, Poanr IJvmc.y ..Winding
Nor due. lUclfeU A Co., afft., lomUr for
Wilder A Co.
I'onr.AMntr, Am. Utnr. Kuma Air.rsTA Hudion
(fvv rvAhului) due (kt. via.
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Se. x II HirUeld A Co., 5i.
Sak I RANUM.li, Am. rV. IXC MrK. .JenV
IhieOct. 1-5. K .V SchaeferA Co., acta.
Sh Krascios Au. ftch. lD ScHNtcn . Spencer
(for llilo,)no due.
Sa Pkamcivcti, Am. tk. CIarikn. Hubbard
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!llM ItAMKfl, (KkSln . Dunn
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from lUnalci by twd eAiKer. tiorc Iter entire cargo
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leraber j, at j'j r.u .aimed at Auckland September
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Wand 10 ihit pott met ith Mron norths am trade;
fine leather throufihtut the xijage. Morn of the
yh, iAtfd a barque bouml In, about 40 mile diMaat
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imiUk aiKtlnn oa luolaylarf, fofu.to Ml. John
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luruutg out btf (arco in ftn. Ortler aauuaL bl.c .ill
aatl fa Haniloi.t' on or aluul tb im inti.
rh AmrrHan Icrn Maria U hmiiri. ani,rd on
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a caro U luraUr for Hdcr & Co., .hkh vl.t l dlv
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rk. mc, at tWrynxtM along bh .ill tail U ban
I ranuu la about uo oayw
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day Bvxiunf ty th, ucm Ufcua. ah hat uncc had
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luuloa, .h,r thf .ill W rruabtd.
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i -V Katro
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tru Maul and McWa 1 I yr.ua, Sri. i.-Mat-lr
Claii aad ..drtk.
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lluurtuiwM, 111 MtUia, 1'Cmra.m, Mr. Hrowa.
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ty". J ,',Cu,;fuus Kn "'y, iii.an,
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iru, J llatidtoa, .if aad t hildrrn, t I. HuoVias
uaaaadichiUrm, kc. J Kalaiaa and .if,, W II K.
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ma, Caft. I llanlwn. Cat. lTa)lot.
from Sydy, l 5i of Nr. VwV, S. - N
FoUi. KX KikWr, J V KMn. W Jyd,CA Co
frovr. Fradl 4nuw
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(lo,, I'raal fte.alt. W y baav
For Kaai, otr C R BuW Sri. , -W U I aylor,
Mrv P Coa aod (MJUrro. J W buda, jud-, Kauai!
A A Vluotaaa, K K Cooak, A Iruur. V. Iriix, Mm K
tr. I. Unit, K M luUrr, I) Ko-, T W Clada II
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t, MMr, Mr, WM.onk, CJ II KoUumi, Mrv
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ifwn M I .itm-tl Mm I I .mm Mr 1lilnw1.
lUrrm m !nh I HprnktU atI fmil, Mr
tUrrwM Ml IUifrMfli. JWrliM AiHlrWtrM- Mr
I I lrtm I V HMmnt V I hn4n, U J.vhnM.m.
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Wrt ( WiffrmAfin lnil,M Jii, I Jim, f
trrinm. Mr f V Mtnf I MVr, (t iwhyfon, ( a
nK I I '. MlWr, IIWM, Mtt.l,tK.m
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Mr ( nt1 oH rrtlM. t AhVmJ. M, A ilr. Maw
wl .mN, It nnAm(Mif, I'M I'nnMn. MtH
IVmm, W M lli4i,J lrrw, WllW.I, tUnNn,
Mr (1 IVtrtlon
Im NANwmt, m KIIa Mmi, tl Mr Ami
Mr llMfr, ( CIWhmh, Mr (rT(j Mr vn
irrtf, j i ii i itMirt, n urnwn, M J .Mr
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htiWti, U t umpUII, W II IVrii. Ml -aIh, Mr.
J Nr, N I' Imri;, I Mim, Dr. ttMim. I K
SftAift I MmhmuTl V II t mnwtlt, MrHCnmntll, W
Nwlrr. TUw, I HkSr(tn( 1' Kiiw, Mr ti lull.
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I nm lnt rirHiil, Am Mlmj Kliklul, t
4ti4 f! rwHlli ltimlf, itt,4it lilngtt( ii,ffH
irnwNtl (ttmWr, for Hai VftM Ala
frrm Sjlmy, t Am Mmr I itp-f K Votl, Srii
A S Clrfilmm A C 1 t .lllts 1 n Urtii) ; N
I oMl, 11 rlf Ahi)-, 1 iilti Irwrlry II Wnlirf, J S
Mcirw, A Litre Ami a S ltftffMmk, 1 l iNKhi O
V.MAfArlm A Co, HtV. 4aI". it l a1; II
Mav A Co, (m V iiA(itr, J kohUr, Ml .lcwfli
limit Ami rfTNl. 5,191 In immiiti fur Sn I ritntkn,
I'rww l'ii rnrml, r Am th MaiIa I. Smttli.
Sr 4y If I, frrl nMifth Ami M,i frrt iUwwhI
lumUr, !,) lttti;l, . imLriitall lUtlfrM
Kiir Kn KrAiKiM-u. ri ItrllUh Mmr Snrr. Sriil t -
9i4,ni ! uKf, U1U li.s w Uy hulc. 9 M.l
IaIIow, 1 Ml gftai tX ir1liUr lisur, g$ti 11
'ti t,)SlKn luriAius ). MlcLt miir iahc, tii
UlU tiiKAr et, Va1u $?4i.i
I'i An I'taikImX, n dtrmAit UnV Ai1tlli, Srjl tj
y)i,iMII uer, trAt iril-, um bU nutlA-
lC B"i- . liMW(lc Vnlur $;i,ui6(V
I im Sao l'rtci r Am Mmr City of New Voik,
"H t MHI44 H MigAr, s;i l-i .h twin Atus lilm
Utel Imirs it llnwnrr, 1 pig rlTnt, iKmirMic
lor n rAmict, t Am laiV. II V Almy, Srl 6
-HV " Cr H.'o Ra1 nit1,e, iKtmrMic
KuTiiri t-SttiworiiiMtN'. IntMtciiy, Sri. 6, hy
llir Krr. Dr. Damon, Ca. II Koll.fu,, oflhi ll
aiian lw.iV Katr, to Mitt M. S.h.lrl.man,u
Hiuim.ihu -In Honolulu Sr ijih, fnarlrt T I), I
lintum, afrit tl )Tarv
llnrotl, Mich,, and Ikxton and W.vrr lrr. Mat., pa
tt please cop)
Cm Slim In thit Cllj. Srj tjlh, l Chun Shrr,
.iff of Mr. Ie Kan. A nall.r of (Pinion, China,
Afird o Jrartarnl it ntonlht. I'unrral cmiK at
tin l-rilnrK llmnh.
SATURDAY. SHPTEMIIUR jo, iM..
All matter for Hie Saturday I'rril should be
addieurd to the " SATURDAY PRESS."
77A" l'OJ'U..IR (?) MIMSTRY.
" It was quite etiilcnt lli.it Mr. Gibson li.itl
an important follow iii; in tlie Assembly,"
among such of the members as wcic seeking
Rotcinment lutronagc, ami who likcil fi
lunches anil wine. "A Cabinet was formal of
pmmiiient anil influential men " nnc promi
ncnt for his narrow cscajxrs fiom justice in
this, anil in foreign lanils, for hi attempts to
proseljtirc for a religion, a belief in which lie
afterwanls tlisowneil, anil for the assiiluity
ami persistency, but fruitlcssness, of his efforts
cxtcnJing over a periml of twenty yean, to
gain the ear of a Hawaiian sotercign; another,
prominent for his ability tn holil a suliorilinalc
clerkship at fifteen humlreil ilollars a year j
for his promotion from that to another office at
tweUe humlreil ilollars a year, on an islantl,
through the length anil breailth of which, his
official anil other contluct wll cause hiin to be
long reiiKinliereil ; for his brief association
with .Moreno; his scheme to secure the cr
manency of llic Hawaiian throne by the pur
chase of loyalty, ami his eciiliar manner of
estimating the qualifications of " fjoseinmcnt
Purchasing Agents "by the largeness of their
families ; a thin!, prominent for his frequent
anil protractei .paroxy ins of absenteeism, anil
his Jieculiar comluct in peculiar places, other
wise, anil elsewhere, than official.
"All the measures brought ilown by the
(internment were usscil," subsequently to
promises &( office, anil ministerial ilinuers to
icpiocntalivrs ; "all the bills intruhiecil.it;
piivatc meinliers" (if )ou can umlcrstam!
what kinil of a member a private one is) or
which Ministers set their face against, were
ilefeateil;" but Ministers especially showeil
their wisdom by netcr selling their faces
against any measure, so long as there was any
reasonable chance of its Iwcoming jiopular.
"Their ability to leail the Lcgislaluic " then,
umlcr the present circumstances, is of course
no guarantee of their ability lit leail the news
jupcrt, or the thousands of coplc who
cmloisethc tiews of the upers. It matters
little lls.it the) should, for these only tonstitutc
"a fpw sore-head politicians," numlicring
but a few thousand people, who K'comc
insignificant indeed, when array etl against a
great and iniluential political machine like the
"'. C. .Unriittr Co." In the face of all
this, "the King is asked to send these popular
Ministers about ihcir liusiness." They hate
become s.j popiibi that the '. C A. Co. (con
sisting of Messrs. Gilnon, the Minister of l-'or.
eign AlTairs, the President of the ltoard of
Health, and the High Priest of the Order of
McichUcdcc) hate aiilhorircil the papers issued
from their office to publish the fact in ctery
issue, in order that their readers may not
forget how strongly the Ministry is supported.
In fact, the company hate tak-iii this thing so
tlioroughly to heart, lliat ihey lute been
induced, of their own free will, to ofler (by
letter) to Mr. Hush the gratuitous ue of the
columns of the EUlt, in which In git e the
public suine slews from hit " able pen."
Under these circumstances, it would not k
surprising that the King should foreter forfeit
the distinguished respect ami " confidence "
of the 7'. C. A. CV., could he lie so mis
guided ami foolish as to ask for the lesignalioii
of these " momincnt " and "able " Ministers.
The daily 7. C. A. of Wednesday produced
a laloretl ami lengthy editniial tn answei to
xhtGauttt of the day pretious tn which it
makes a sorry attempt to refute some of the
siatcmciits. It answers each of the inl
nude to tit own satisfaction ami subsides
rejoicing fn the delusion that it lus thrown
sand is the c) of its readers ; but the mb!ic
is not to oe so easily blinded, five 7'. C, A,
denies Ai tV-iir that the Gotcrniuent order.
ed 300,0x10 feet of lumUr, fioin a "gcntlquan
nol in llic lumber lraIe," ami asserts that it
only enquired about " quoUtiiMts." Nutwiih
staihling this denial tlie Koternuient JUuiArt
tlie lumber, but a gentleman luting some
Influence with the Ministry made them with,
draw it. It allcwMs lo deny thai the tiuv.
crrurKtvl lud any difficully in raising a sufji-
cicot sum tu ttui llic IWuutur General on a
pleasure trip lo Jaiua. but they MJ kuit such
itoticuliy. Mr. SpiecUU ami Mr. I'aty of the
luin of Wahop it Co., were each applied to
lot raoacy aaai Urtb ifusd, and ibc ItUw
.f itr.lu fot llic ti;cnl ufllic ll-util rif Iininl
Krniion Ikjk"c In 1'uiln.il .n tit.jrctr.l In
' ft x titmncemcnl nml err.il iiiiritant rrMilc
llun.arvl itmenilmcnti wee ma,lf. 'llic ",
,( A nli iIcmIm iIiaI " hige nulct for
ililii; Im Ik-cii nt fotwniil in Scolbml,"
lint (I tittrxnl foiH.nl. Umn die icptcwn
lalloil, lionctrf, (if Hit? InJminiK flTccll ll
wtwM IrrlVC tqjunliiii' the tcncMtil of (lie lltMty
with llic Unlinl ShuM, nt nicilom nil for
nl lij1 Hie Ctljr fAVtn )VI In rimntrim.iinl
llic imlci liy lrlri;iiiili.
llic Mine mltilMerral ni;.iii Mnlo lli.il Mr,
Miirf iil.xnc Ktwr-4 to Kiiidiic " tn n IhiIiicm inlv
lon, iml mirlci tinillilnin.illc niillinrlt)," lie
it, M any rate, llic irpirtcnUtitc tif llic lUunl
of ImmltJlloii, oiitg mi mticli llic Mine !ml
linr, llitl look Mr. Cmlci y, ami If not nn
a illploniAiic iuImIoii lie It icmoiol only nnc
ilfKifcfrnm It. Wlut ilnl llic '. C, ,-f.
Iwr tn (filn liy piililitlilnc nr fjlailni; fnltc
IkkmI, ,r me im.iMr In iiinU'ittaml, ll It Im
mwUlc to keep lire nilli fnwi tonilnt; In the
tuifure WHiiifi nt Liter.
ll'f. IT .v ii'A.vrxt).
In illwiiMlng the picsenl tlntc of litlc,
ami nflrr luting liRinltlir mulllfotinoblcctlont
In the comluct of got eminent iindrr the exist
Ing nilmiiilttratlini that hate been espresso! on
eteryslilc, the ', C. AJptillttr, with an as
sumption of mingled Innocence anil stupidity,
asks the nstiiumling queslioiii "And what do
these Hiiplc want " liy llic apcl.itloii "these
ieople," iicrtic iindiiiiliinlly liiunilcrMnmlnic
mciiiit such as ililToi In their ,lillcnl opinion
with the rtily whose tnkcsm.in Is olferingllie
question. Ifllhas not yet been made per
fectly clear from all the wilting and talking
that has been elicited upon the subject of our
Klitiral needs, pcihaps a reiteration In contec
ntii colder of those most lniHiit,int, may help
H refresh the nicmoiy of such of the opmsi-
lion ns profess not In understand the iiatuic of
the complaints which hate been mtilc. 1'irst,
the Hiplo, through many succcssttc reigns
pilot to lh.1t of llic present incumbent of the
limine, hate become nccmtninnl lo the fact
thai no sotcrcign ctcr attempted to exceed,
excepting In one single instance, his prcroga
tltc its fixed by the constitution-- the exception
referred to lieing the atbitrary net ol Knuieha
nicha V, whereby a new constitution was sub
stituted for the one then in existence. They
hate come to tccognirc it as established lie.
10ml question that imineiiioiiol usage in this
rcsiect is being threajcneil liy an undue mcil
illing of the sotcrcign with such afiaiis of
rnt eminent ' as in no wise pnierly appertain
tolheprciogatitc of the King, sucliasinllucnc
ing, by ciicuitous means, the election of retire-
sentatiics, and by like means, nfeflccting the
passage of laws by the U-gislatite IMyj in
tcifcring with the under cxccutitc in the exer
cise of their legal functions, as instanced by
royal orders dictated lo the Ministry, to do
this or that spcci.il thing, properly subject lo
their conliol and to the control of no one else,
The order for transferring Mr. Sumner from
the leper settlement at Kalawao to that in Ho
nohihi is but a fafr sample of many similar
transactions that hate occurred of late, and
which lend to show the growing tendency to
wards tlie establishment of nn autocratic rule.
We would not quarrel with the mere ( of
such a Iransfifi; but with the frintiflt'm
tolteil. Such actions naturally tend lo detract
from the responsibility constitutionally attach
ing to llic ministerial office anil lo belittle in
the minds of honest and thinking people the
Cabinet that could hold office'iindcr such dicta
tion. Such things should not lie, and cannot iV,
without immensely weakening the Goternment
by destroying its order and regularity. Dis.
turlianccs of this kind in the machinery of gov
ernment may lie easy to start; and may also lie
hard to quiet; from small digressions ihey na
turally go on to larger, until, if allowed to go
unchecked, absolutism is fairly established. It
may lc pleasant to a weak-minded and vain
prince to contemplate the prospect of ruling
without the restriction and formalities of con
stitutional goternment; but as is the case with
many such shallow theories, there is often a
vast difference liettsccn the theory itself and its
actual working. An absolute monarchy presup
poses a weak-minded, ignorant, and degraded
majority among the people to lie gotcrned,
and is an impossibility, excepting where such a
majority exist. The monarch in such a case,
liecomo in reality the mere slate of his people.
Such lo-dajMS the position of the Kmperor of
China; and he dare refuse no petition from the
illy gotcrned -wpulalion that is largely signed
and powerfully hacked; and the only disguise
of lii wretched weakness, in such cases, is the
acknowledgement of the merits of the petition,
how ctcr absurd the demands may lie, and a
grant to its terms prefaced by the, often lalse,
assertion, that " it lias pleased his august ma
jesty the Kmperor " to accord to the people
what may hate been desired.
In our case, however, then: is no weak
minded, ignorant and depratcd majority, and
any attempt at alisolutism, must receive a rude
shock. How-nauseous such attempts arc, has
already licen ct inceil by all classes of people
throughout the country, in expressions reproba-
lite of this tendency, and of the conduct of
Ministers by whom it is instigated and en
couraged. It is their wish and declared in
tention to lite under a constitutional and not
an autocratic goternment, cither in theory or
practice. Inasmuch as such a form of gotern
ment can only be conducted by and through a
rtiwtiiMt, (omjvttnt, and ixsviuiMt minis
try; these they also w ish to sec in plac The
reformation of the numerous and various minor
abuses existing in government are mainly de
pendent upon' these two considerations, and
will fadeaway and become extinct, as these
aie again established and preserves!.
coxssrx.vas a jewel."
Tlie strongest argument of the present Min
istry it silence, for some people stilt char,
itably credit them with the inference thai
they possess some little wisdom j but whenctcr,
like a certain ancient ass, their organ brays
for them they are betrayed. Witness the
consistency of the following v
"And what of Mr. Kaai? As scent and
manager of an immense estate he tut the icpu
taiionpf being an acute business man." 1
C. A -ept. 21.
Ucad the following in the same tuiicr of
the 2Mb :
" I hereby cite notice thai I have this day
tetoked a certain power of attorney signed by
nicon the. first day of May, A. !., 1877,10
Simon K. Kaai. And 1 hereby charge all
persons not to pay any money on my account
to Simon K. Kaai, but in pay the same to me
iertonally. And I hereby further give'notlec
that Simon K. Kaai's authority to contract
debts on my account has ccuscd. All persons
,-,.. 1,41,11, aaum me win iitesciit litem tv
Godircy Hrown, Treasury-Office.
tiiictij is. rscc.L.irsvi..sl.
Honolulu, Sept. 37, 1SS1,
There are branches of the executive that
lute lcncntrutttdbyUwto the careand super
vision of Itutdt, and which, under all other ad-
uiinistiatiunt, hate been allowed to exercise
functions as independent bodies, free from
other dictation. Such, scemt, however, to be
no longer the cae, at their powers are being
uurd in a moat arbitrary manner by the
Cabinet, who, In u-ore instances than uric,
Kite taken upon iturmselvet the fight lo iMili-
crate upon nutters piopcrly within lb juris
diction of such Boards; ind to publish 10 the
maid the lawka of tmk dWwiliuni mat tin
signstiirrnf the Kittleular minuter who lup
liens in I1.1t c a right to preside. Many acllnni
which are supposed to cn1.1n.1te from these
Unities aie In reality only the action of the
Cabinet, ami ullcily unknown to the niimbers
thereof until they are teen In pilnl. If this
state nf Affairs continue, It will soon beat
difficult to find rctpectable men to accept nf
mriiitieisliip, at it now Is In find such men In
accept nf cabinet irlfollm. While Ihey !l
mum and accept the situation, they nrr nrcrs
miles, and must either foifrit ihcir self-reect,
ur leslgn, '
A RAll.mhll) 7V TIK IV.CAXO.
An application lus Ikcii made lo the Giitern
meiit by the Hawaiian Agricultural Cnmpiuy
for 11 change of charter to include the construc
tion of a railroad front Ptiiulmi, on the enntt
of Kau to their limit In llic Interior, wllli the
view of eventually conllmilng the same tn IRe
crater nf Kllauci. 'I he proposed t.illro.idtnllie
volcano. It It thought, can be const met nl nl n
coniparatltely small cost. The distance by the
piescnt io.nl It IkiI twenty-six miles, but In
cluding cult ct pinlsibty llilrty miles nf mils)
may hate In be laid, 'llic asccni It quite
gradual, ami on ing to the iimiiilatlng character
of the intervening countiy a very (veil grade
can lie selected, rrfpiiiing Utile nr no rock es
cnvallons nml almost no bridges in expensive
culteitt. The Hawaiian Agricultural Com
pany arc now building a rnllro.ul nt far as Kn
pap.tl.i, which It ten miles distant from llic
steamer limling, so that If this section be used
for this purise, the new enterprise will require
but twenty additional miles of 1all10.nl lo be
consttucteil, All this can be complctcil within
twelve months from ciimim-ncciucnl, nml when
finished, slc.im-c.irs will slait on ihc wharf nt
Piiuahui nml convey passengers to the Volcano
House in llnrc. limits. Stopping over night,
and viewing the sights of the crater, Ihey enn
return the next day or remain at tlie volcano
as long at they choose.
tn connection with Ihlt Impnttanl enterprise,
wc learn that Messrs T, U. I'ostcr Co. ion
template building or puichasing n steamer of
not less than six or seven bundled Ions burthen
for the accomodation of the rapidly increasing
freight ami passenger traffic lietw cen this mrt
and Kau. If this railroad enterprise is micccs
fully cairicd out and well conducted, there will
lie a very large travel to Hawaii via Kau, and
it is not improbable that the railroad may be
extended in the other direction,. from I'un.v
luu to Waiohlnu thus spanning the district
nnd doing most of the freighting nml passen
ger traffic of the district, which will turnout
al least six thousand tons of sugar from Its fuur
large mills during the next year,
A new vvhatf is now lieing built at llonuapo
to accommodate the increasing trade of that
port. It will be several humlreil feet in length,
and extend out into deep water, so as lo avoid
the dangers of the reef and heavy surf on it.
This will lie a much needed improvement, and
had it been built liefote, might have saved sev
eral valuable lives. These projects, under
taken for the most part by private enterprise
and capital in a section of tlie kingdoinjiithcr
to neglected, show a confidence in its future
that is worthy of emulation in other parts of
Humor is still busy with changes in the Cabi
net. That there wHI soon be such, is estab
lished beyond a doubt; the exact nature of that
change, how ctcr, is not so evident. It is given
us from good sources, that things stand aliout
thus: One of the ministry is hunting up a col
leagueone to till the place of the ousted
man, and one to fill the place of the man who
is racing alnnit on the same job. It is highly
probable that in the gecing and hawing that is
going on, a general tumble will be effected,
and that His Majesty', realizing the wreched
condition of affairs, may bethink himself of the
advantage of a solid and rcsionsiblc Ministry.
Nothing else will ever quiet the universal dis
atisfaction that is ctery day increasing. The
mere changing of Cabinet officers will not
have the desired cfiect, unless it be radical,
i e, in the principles represented.
OfA' MUSICAL MONTHLY.
Wc would call the attention of our readers
to the " Musical Monthly" which appears in
this edition, and introduced by us a year ago.
During that tipic wchave endeavored to gather
together briefly, the latest news regarding music
and its cxncnts, answering questions sent us
by lscrplcxcd students, and giving hints which
should lw invaluable to musical students, there
by doing our Iiest lo promote this wonderful
art. Music, as an art study, is a great educa
tor, and, at the same time, a limitless source
of intellectual and artistic pleasure. The ob
ject of music is the raising of lofty mental crea
tions, and its end is refined pleasure, connect
ed witheilucatite power. The lose of, and taste
for, music is gitcn to man by nature, and yet
education adds much to it, and may even cre
ate it. We cannot fully enjoy music unless
wc understand it, and wc cannot understand it
unless we have studied it, and become educa
ted to its principles. It is one thing to feel
the emotions produced by music, but it is
quite a different thing lo understand and judge
of the cause and effect of the, emotion-produced.
To feel is common lo the whole hu
man race ; to understand is the protincc of the
educated only. In our Musical Monthly for
Octolicr w c shall commence a scries of rudi
mental lessons, continuing then from time to
time until complctcil.
THINGS WISE AND OTHERWISE.
The weather at Waialua has been showery
Some of the saloon keepers arc erecting
"pens" offihelrar for the use of native ine
briates. A nautical, gentleman informs us that the
Premier is breeding rams at Lanal for the use
of the Hawaiian navy.
It has liecn suggested that a new- order of
Lnighthood be instituted to 1 known as the
" Royal order of Hoopllirdcaal."
Express drivers still seem to have a propen
sity for Handing on ihe street crossings with
their vehicles, but the (nlicemvn are all happy.
The people of Koolaupoko will not weep lo
hear of the departure of their district juitiss.
forJaun, in the capacity of secretary to the
R. C. Wyllie, when Minister of Korcign Af
fairs, refused to dra hit salary when funds
were low tn Ihe public treasury. Funds areagain
low but the Laird of Rovcbank, Is not Minister
of Foreign Alfaffs.
Notwithstanding that there is no money in
the Government coffers to tic drawn for many
of Ihe appropriations toted, still it seems that
there were fundi for wlut might be termed the
Amongst the orders recently bestowed by
the King on dUfcrcnl persons, wc notice those
of Ihe royal orders of Kaaiehamthi, Kalakaua
and Ka4olanL What ha become of ihe or
der of the GoJdeo Crown of Hawaii?
A a kut mwiMc the jasvjaVi of KaruakeU
Sfhatt th ftMy Mrsioa ctaai
MlWM'.wMUIalJ on the
route from "smith's bridge In any rt nf their
district. I tee pnstet will he granted to the
Minister of the Interior and Road liupcrvisor.
To inch Are nvcrse In lielni; suddenly hung
by ihe iit nr chin on n pliket fence, we would
Myt look sharp when you Iratel the sidewalk
next to the fence nf the I'tutirerrtl-ichiKil nn
School street, nflrr d.iik.
A dydrant key wa left standing, the other
night, nn Ihc sidewalk close to Mr, Afnng'i
fuicc, nn Stlimil street. The handle laid Iritiis
tersely with Ihe vntlk, nml at Just the right
height to break the thlgh-lione of n pcunn
running ngalntt It. Couldn't the Walcr W01U
lliircmi find conic more convenient, nnd let
daugeiotit, pine to slow thtlr tools.
A rotreKiiiicttt writes from Hawaii at fob
lows "It It n fatce lo have n govrtiiens for
the itlaiid of llawnll, who drawn rtValny ami
doe noil, Ing else. Now nml thru she titits
the Maud nnd hat n good time, slaying the
balance of the lime nl Honolulu,, 'Ihc one
who dors the wink shliul.l U governor. No
goscrnew It nrcileil, llcononiy It wraith "
A mliilstcrlabhiila w.it performed 011 the
whaif on the night of Ihe sailing of the 7
foiutia In honor of the departing cmkissy to
Japan. These iiinunuliank itriforiiumcea must
ndd greatly lo the confidence mill tespi-cl in
which the King's Cabinet nie already held by
the commiiiilly, This is the fiist Cabinet lh.i
lus Ik-cii nble to lioaxt of n conloillonlst niuong
" I li'sMnjcsty'n judgment," sny s the '. C. A.,
"nnd the constitutionality of his ronducl In
the selection of his ministers, were amply vin
icViiVi by the most trnc1.1l of nil constitutional
IcststhcSr ability to lead the legislature."
It it true that the ministry led the majority of
the legislature about by the nose like so many
asset, but was ll done In .1 creditable or con
stitutional manner? Was it done In a manner
that will vindicate the King's judgment ?
Who cut out the Illustrations frum the copy
of the .211,1 volume of Paul Ducluillu's "I.ind
of the Midnight Sun," belonging to the Public
Library? The hook is tlllainously mutilated
and the cutting seems lo hate been done with
a slurp knife. The crpctratnr of the rascally
act deserves six months in the penitential)'.
We are informed by the '. C. A. that our
cxosition of the record of Mr, Gibson was
that which helped him into place, and Is that
which, if continued, will add to the security of
his position, If men are to be esteemed as
fitted for high office in proportion ns their
antecedents are disreputable, it is easy to esti
mate the character of such as would elevate
them to place nnd power, and retain them in
office against a powerful and wide-spread pub
lie sentiment, of indignation. Uirds of a
feather flock together; but wc arc niTt of
opinion that the feather is by any means num
erous in our community, and not likely lo In
increased by what we have said, or may say
further, upon this subject. We pity the man
whose intellect is ton weak lo se.'.Mr. Gibson's
faults, as tve nlso pity him whose moral sent!
ment is so perverted, as to be able 10 sec
nothing wrong in his published record.
PEY SlITCKS MIT HIM.
GiLLy haf not ile Irelle lamlis already;
Dcr tool vs vile as shnow,
Und every lime he vent somewhrre ou.H
De lambs vent alu, out mit (!ilhy.
Dry vent mit ftil.by till his hair vat gray,
I.ile dc sitae l..iss on de hill at plav ;
Und de muttons vat vat l.nul.jrore did say:
" We follows mit our first lole all hi vavs."
t)ey C,o mil GiLhy In ihc (Iiiv'nient I louse one da)
Which (fibby dou'l liVc already as forc
It made tie broples laur-li tuid say,
" Aline (.on I Here tax de shepherd mil Ijlnal."
Why haf GiMiy lcife de Limits more at lfore
Yen vou ear vat cut mil der ficads olTclear?
llecause iTibby cut o(T al-i tier udder ear,
Which made dem (.ibby't all dcr more.
NOTICK. linilUAKI) A CO. IIAVK THIS
( day dUposcd of their draage and cupreMt butt
nc 111 j hi city to Avhlcy A Co., who will continue the
liusines. 'llianVful for the patronage of the public In
ins; (.sail c ili' llic JVllilC will imz lUIHIIHlCU IU OUT MIC
cewir. HKItHAKI) A CO.
Honolulu, Sept 30, 1882. 10, at
CO-PAKl'SKKSIUP NOriCK- w. a ASH
Icy nnd U C Able comprive the firm of Atbley A
Co.. douij a dra age and cxprct buinc in Honolulu,
Honolulu, II. I,, Sept 30, 1882. 109 4U
NOI'ICK. AM. OUTSTANIHNO ACCOUNTS
of the hie firm of HKIIHAKI) A CO. will be
cullccttd by I he underftlgned; and all partie hating
account again! laid firm will please present the units
for wiilcnient, II. F, HI.HHAKDr
Septcmlivr 3, 1882.
OriCllATTHi: ANNUAL Ml.nTINr. OF
the Stockholder In the Pacific Kuxar Mill. hM
thUday, the following were elected olf.cem for the
ensuing jear J
F, A. SciiAF.t-BR, Preti.leM.
I cuts H11TIM., Treasurer.
ll. Rksjks, Secietary,
J. H. 1'atv, Auditori
II. KKNJUS, Secretary,
Honolulu, Sepi iat 1882. u) 3t
POUND NOIICP.-IIIK FOLLOWING I)E
scribed hornc will lie wM at public auction rt the
lioMmment Pound at Koliolaloa, at ia o'clock noon,
Tuesday, Oct 3: 1 norrel liur.e, white forehead, 1
white hind leg, thod all round. Ilrand hide vri table.
OnTiiewUv, Oct, 10 at u o'clock noon, at ihc same
place, will be hold, t sorrel mare, white forehead, two
white hind feet. Ilrand indecribable. 1 dark fcorrel
mare, ltrand indeci tliaLIc, Together 2 other horse.
1 liay horke. white forehead, two white leg. Ilrand
Indescribable. 1 dark sorrel hon. brand indehcrituible.
A. H. KAAUKUU, PoundmaMer.
Koliolaloa. Sept a 8, 1682. 109
OTEL STREET MARKET.
Kit. tl. tr.tl.l.KH, l'loj.tlrtar.
PRIME MKATS, POKK and VK.M-, ON HANI)
AND FOR SALE DAILY, between tl.e
hours of s until 11 a. m. and a p. nt.
N. I1- Customer! calling at iht Market can 1-e iim
ird aftcmuons, if so desired.
Tcsepltonc No. aja. too vr
(Representing HorrNUNa rV Ca, of Stdncv ,)
laving arrived per "Cuyof New York,1 it no teady
Saddlery and General Merchandise,
SarnpU Room. BREWER BLOCK,
uMalrs, rust lo Dr, WhilMy.t.)
;, Onlirt StlitltlJ.
a, Nuuauu Street,
Csblsat Maker Usiholitrr.
I OK SA1K
Nan-Mas, t'Aatr, lnntyrt, fnt, rfuafc.
tlUHdt, Tullrl TUn, Hrarkrl;
and all other joojt appertaining la a .til jegulaicd
Orders nlled hi
BEDROOM AND PARLOR SETS.
On kaaJ, a largt htocL U Japaoe Ware, coiiUutttj
'sa1Jon. on the uaual CwuumkUI Terou, and la
Um aah4i aud llawauau tUtsfvuvat.
Urdrrtfimtt Utter hUmdt IWOMosL
Cb IWrtly fastsmaiJ. uv
IJr " lllmiiahrr," ' fratn I.I I I'.ltroul
Hl.tN .V fOiVXA hlrliS;
f7 Hotel .Hirnrit,
will. In direst imhltc atlrnllrmlo tltr trrent tmM,la
llonof DRY GOODS,
Clotlilni;, Fancy Gootln ntul Hnml
We purtlitVMsl ihe ll.l. for Caili, and will ihrtcfwe
Ie In a .mi.hi In nrfrr
Greal Advanlajrcs lo rations!
the I'am) All. Im aie well wmihi r.f lwillm,,
lonsiuiiiir In fun of
Wmk lloies Inlaid I'ancy Wood, Caul Tables
Tablet, and Irayt, far mprrlnr to Japanet.
O.mdi, YVh-arr Chain. I'ancy Woik
lla.uett, llor.r Hair Watch Chains,
Unlet, I'aper Knlvet, rlr., etc.
A larxe line uf Ladlet'
Itiiibrnlderpd (I, ami
wo, a) Under ClotldiiK, Cro
chet Wink, Anllniacaiiaii, I'ancy
I'ln Ciitblont, new stylet, Glove, Hand,
kerchief and Jewelry Case,,, intnrthlnir
new. Unihrolilefrd I'lattiou and CollaiettPt.
A intnl Htnhnrnt f 1'rrfnmrrit,
DIAS 8c GONZAL.VE.S.
37 Hotel iilieet, Grry'i llloclc. in.
atdvted by Ihe lietl local talent, will Rive an emrttain-
mem at trie .11 uic Hall, ll.lt evening, ur the
l.ii list Sinifs,
C'tof Itiinrhifi mill
lliliiHii'iniH Xrfro Skrtrlirs.
juvt arrived from the Colonies, will furnish the music.
All excellent Programme lias been prepared.
Tor full .artlculjrt, see small bills.
JPIRE DEPARTMENT NOTICE.
tiii: run; ai.au.m 111:1.1,
Inutile llell Tower will l rung nt half iavt four o'clock
this afternoon Ihe hour for the several companies lo
assemble iur in- regular monthly unll.
CIIAS. T. RUI.ICK,
Secretary II. F. Depl.
Honolulu, Sept. -to, t68i. too-ll
Nf) I ICK, Durliig my !en.iorary alisrnce from llie
Klnrnlom. mv-llAKNI.TsS SllOf will kiu.
ne.lou l.y -Mr. JNO- JOIINMJN.
W. A. .McKAV will attend la Ihe delivery of Ice
iron. uie. vis 1 ii.t.s i.i. vv uisrsT) ami tliecollecoon
05-31 w. ii Kosir.it.
it Kluir Street,
Tin, f'uiirV-, nml Slivil.lrnil Worker.
Plumbing, gas filling and all work in my line promptly
iiiiciiiku ,u. lern.s iiioueraie,
Rememlter lh-address, op)Hisiie the Police Slntion,
M King street. looCru
D. LANE'S c
Manufacturer of Monuments,
AND TILING, IN
Black and White Marble.
Marble Work of every description
made to order nt the lowoat
poaalble rate. .
Monuments alnl lieailstoiies eleaneil ami reset.
Orders from the olher Islands promptly attended to.
No. 130 Fort Street, near Hotel Sts.
PUBLIC NOTICE I
The Undersigned, liaving purtliased
From U.K. II. RUTH KEKLIKOLANI, ihe Land.
01 rsutiii.ii-.si.l ami llll.r.A, in Kau,
Hauaii, Kahua, llihiu, and Kauapa-
laoa, in Koliala, llauali, Wai.
katoa, Waialeale, Ku-
Puhakuhaku, and Kaafoaula,
siliuted in llamalua, Hawaii, llanaka-
t 00, and tlonokohau liluated on laui, Kaohal,
situated on LanaL AlwJlbe lots of land situated in
Honolulu, ami known at the
WILDER CHULAN BLOCKS.
Notice U hereby gi.en that all monies falling due for
rent of said lands, arc pa) able to my agents, ItW, Ct
ifn'(afl,i,(i. OAalUtl t'AKKLK,
E. P. ADAMS. AUCTIONEER.
D EGULAR CASH SALE.
ThurntUiii, Oct. Ttlhf
at 10 a. St., al Salesroom,
and an Invoice of
New Goods, ex "Glengaber."
E, I. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
6 c a era I JVbucrticcnitnto.
it l.epated lo receive few pupil, fur thorough lrlrvu
tauaa ,u iu. lua.iucill, M
ENOI-lbll, UIKNCH AND MUSIC.
Dil.t pupil, only received. Tuw raodetalc.
7 AUkca street. ,4 ,,
- ateassaa Pipe CaTrin.
Th. -indrrdgucd hare en tsaad a large Musi of ik'ts
for Sieaw ,pes rj llllut, h'ab llwy ueTrr for sale
In spuMuiea lu suti oulclOMrs.
Ctrtiibit, wish twaoln ol tlu, nmar, bay U ftad ky
pi, IIOPPSCIILAnORtl ft CO,
OfTrr for tale
llenl, tisrelvrd t Irtik r irM and uihre rerent arilratt
IOAI. HAIlf, StKlAK IllUt, Kill; lltll-s.
(nlTr IUg,, lleMlans. lltMl NI.I.I-1
lulent four (rile.l I1ARII Willi.,
Hrrntah I er.ing Wire armitsl
I R. Oanlen lime, otnamrri
lal Uaier iptlnVltfa,
NEW IIKUNNELS GARI'KTH,
Rugsafl .Malt. China alaiilng. ('mat Milling, IIiihIi
.sia imira Kuirfer atai
CoU.it WrapJg arul I'rlmlag Pal". I Uprtght
Of AikIni I'teiee, Pain.
Siiiifi'lm' Siiiuirr I'linin,
Of RltlMr.l l.l p A fan, istnllfail.
Ai.stt, stir mi nut uiaui:ts,
and oilirr Wine.,
t.rpHt an.1 Lbpirrs, Orliutrrf- Manila Cigars, Further
l., -mite r rk r.aie, nue in an -pirinorr, a
Sit I'l'lll 'if I'llnlllfV lUn;
In Quarts arxt Pints
Furiher inaobe, rf-r Ik bikirmt from NewVMk, due
in an neHtini-r,
IIiiiihiIiiiIiI Srirtiifi M111I1I111M,
Kerosene Oil, Matches hi'llrr,
to5r For tale by I'.o. HiirracoLatJiSR A Co.
"sRNERAL UUSINESS INFORMATION!
J. E. WISEMAN,
Ruol 12stato Brolcor,
Offnni the followlnic acJtednlo t
III'.AU 111 Ul. COITAGK riei.fihe hkmI beauii-
ful coltageson I ml street, lo rent. House contains
ll rooms, 1s.ll,, etc , .table, ample gromids, shade
treit, etc. item 40 a nioittn.
A IIUAUIIFUI. COUNIIIV IIO.MI; l lease, at
Paa.aa Vallev, half mile from Post Office, situate
on die main roadfpiiiichbo.l street). Huuseroiitaint
7 rooms, innate on nn a. re of gioun.1. Mrge li.'rny
ktar-le, witli 4 stall,. Itay l'lt an.1 ail convenlelKe
Chicken vardlattked neatly, fencing all afoundi good
paviurage ; Hater on o,e prrinisee.
Rental on lease, $3)0 a year,
COITACL on King street comfortaUe, and neally
w-a.,svti, issij'iiniiir, j h ii v if i, irunHii riui.ivt, vuir
taint 3 rooms, bath, water, neat grounds.
Rental $30 11 month.
COITAfJI. on LUIha itreet -near Klnsr street, con
lain s room, cellar, stable, carriage housepaddock
garuen anti neat grounds.
$30 rent a month.
Rental $toa month.
A PLI.ASAN1' HOMKSTKAD.at Kahlhi. miles
irom town. Ample grounds, uitar,i lor dairy pur
poses, good irrigation.
Leate, $300 a year
A CO.MtOKTAHLi: KKSIDLNCK on tlw Wai V Hi
road, 1 11 mile from town. House liat 8 rooms,
with all it Hitler 1 1 improvements, stable, chicken house
Rental 30 a year.
SMALL COiTAflKon fudd street, h.liuininc U,t
mcr residence of (Jen. J .M. Coinly, IIoum: contains
room, Mable, chicken houv, etc.. situate on
acre ground. Ieave of 8 ear to sell fur $40?, the
UUU111.J; 10 isciong to w purcnaser.
I Rent of Und $30 a year,
A flmt-claJMi Iuvetmont
corrARi:toKi:NTttmiruKNiiUKi: fur salk
tn a small s-room cottage on Queen street, near
Punchbowl street, l-tirmturc sell fur 420a
Cottage rents for $11 per month.
TWO IIOUSUS to KLNT and FUKN1IUKL fur
SALK, 011 Alakea street. Mutli houc situate on
deep Jul. I uriuture to sell cheap.
Rental $25 a month.
ITNi: DUILDINC; SITKtoSLLI-situateonNuu-anu
street, aboe first btidge, It 75x100.
SOMK 35 ACKKS ou the Valley road, alMe the Ice
woik. 1 o lease or mii,
ItKAUTIFUL KHSIDKNCK. with all conveniences,
at KUlhl, situate utt a a acre At with 8 acre adjon
ing. Good pasturage, splendid irrigation, etc Will
leaM at once.
lUtrttt of hutimfM rrnt tit tilt rrtton of
Slimnhitti um! uutitUtrt f .1 tn tottn
on llAt'Chl HrrurtttI tlrneritt olHce In'
Iur trtittrttft t (! yir' tlnnrnf
titllM roiirrirttf rrct
io7-tm OFFICK. 17 Merchant st
The fine or nubstantial Res 1 douce
of LI). C. WALLF.K,
situated in the splendid climate of Kalihl, adjoining the
Government ro.id. two mile from the xjst nlfice Tltc
Iioum: contain four bedroom, one silting room, one
large turlor, bath room, diuiiijf room, junlry and kitch
en, trie outnouc conut 01 servant t ijuartcrs, a 3
stall stahle, coach-houxr, pouliry-jaril and l-cn.
'1 he houie stands ou a a-acre lot, water Iur irrigating
to be tail from the stream, sufficient paMuraije for luo
llsNrV- I IIQ IS-SS7 Will IMfiT IIIC VIMIUII Ul ICIIIIH CIJ!ll
acre of good land adjoining, a(fordins( a fine piurtu.
nity for a family wishinz to keen a few cows. I-ltF.K
WA1LK laid on to the huutc Dodd's omnibusc
staortly evpcctctl to run on this route.
For furtner tiatiicuUrs, apply to J. E. Wieinan. 37
Merchant Street, or to EI). 0. WALLKK,
100-11 Motel street
Importer of Staple and
FANCY DRY GOODS,
ll'rriitlu-H ami Fcnlhvrti,
JU-ttl Ostrich Feathers,
On this occasion I r.ccially with lo call Ihe attention
or the Udiet, tu my mag magnificent alack of
etc., etc., etc.,
Every deacription of Prints. s
All kinds it
DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACES,
and Hut ton. Th
It replete with the
In Hals-trimmed or ublrimoieds,
A splenditlly a-led stock vf laAOIKV UNDF.K
WEAK. Front my tofijj; cipctinc in Ihe Is
land trade I know eaactljr the kind of
Cuod to suit ihU market, and
thcrcfvxe, hawc nu okl
svtmk on hand.
GENTS' rURNISHINO GOODS
At esceedingly LOW PRICKS.
Colored Shirts with dresd liiKn fronts a ,ciUlty.
Polite CUiks tu aittiHUnc.. (I.VSI'tCt ION" IS-
Ijmer Fori and llott! Slreelt lot
Wlu calrtrr tM)tt arajuhcr shoes
Hat. t, been wearing well.
And by lb. language that too, um
ll'S' 4aiu Iber.'a Uen t Mil.
Walt w.au out sulca, bucklet irf
And bottoiuj loo I
Fit a sham, lo m.
lu auth a sceiM all a.k
AimI uratA or button loo,
l woukl b. a thai. I.) set
'll.rn all I ask thai yon
lul buy sour Luu. ai
M .Mrs.l bun. 11-H'
A LL, l-KRSONS IXDEHrtD TO KAVII1
Cru.oioaUtg, of Uaka.ao, Maul, a Uukrapl,
are liertby luHMMd M HT ttw aatuuAt of stssti Udslad
ucst lu Ik. uoJirsiixM i and lhal all ytM haiwg In
llMtf -Vlhag. or p aciun, aay note, narftaat or
otker propity of said Uokiuu, are htnirf mmt j
dl.,e( lb. tajuu 10 lb vuaJuutfoea, aasl sfcat Itar trw
U berwnalir lodd. fW ...lesl so oiatsaV Wi lea. no.
tk If isrjruii aoy tonnsM, or dliry aa-y rt")r
H, aau laatw t-rowMHSf,
P. C im J'-,
rH st, vaesta,
Auitfa AansTtyMr 14 StUM AwtW
I lie splenrlld A 1 Amrirmn Haik
Nrw nn. Malm.,
Kt sail far Hnml m wal.arl OCTOIItlR IM.
IV firethi or wswg a.ply I
11 (1 lillUWT.lt ft (.
pOK AN I'RANCIRCO,
'Hi. Cttjr IUiV
" II. II". A l,M V "
VtttHAM, Mum., '
will tall far ll, al.ua pml,,'l UIXDAV, rrrt InManl
I'm fietghl or iMwg r-t-f" l
tn CAFTI l.i: ft COOKI Agrnlt.
pOtlON ANI HONOLULU 1'ACKF.I LINK
V llrcwrrft (Vs. will iHtwKh ll.e llaik
"AjU V TIIJiNHi:,"
FhMi llffo, Otl, 15, t fuffi4er fmluretntvi.t i(Trr
()rdt shutiM go forwmrti trlf In IneHri slit(innf
Pfir fuitlief rtknUrfl r lo C HUKUT.K it I a
FRANK COOKI ,
an Mir ma hik MMHiwireii enasyrss
, . .
FI-0 i-ltrdllh Whin Hall. OftVe tMner of
Queen and Niiuami Soetl.
CLANIC fTri'.MSIIII' COMI'ANV.
'I!. Al llrlildt Rteanirr
Wilt (rave San t'ranclvo Utr Honolulu tbi
9th Day of each Month,
Returning from Honolulu iki the stnd Jay of each
month. Kan I rarKlsoo Agents,
J I. HI'KKCKLLS A HMOS,.
Honolulu Agents, 17? Mstkt;! IM.,
'Wm,. IKWINACo. o.
RIO FOR -SAI.F..
Having undergone extensive reimirs, with ft goJ (n
ventory, aiHlwell fouml In Sail, Kiggingi, etc., I
iw offered fur sate. I'ur PaitUtiTar iffiutre f
A. J. CAIUWKIUIIT
pLANll.K'S LIN;tORSAN FRANCISCO.
llltlliritlt tV Co., jturntH,
Merchandise received Storage Free, arid libera! cadi
advances made on shipment, try thlt line.
Nest door lo Haclfeld lit Co.'
Honolulu. II. 1.,
Of the Hawaiian Island. All kind of Repairing and
Wheel making executed on the inot scientific prin
ciples, At thi V-ttabluhmtnt liorses are
In the l.lacktinit.iV department all work will le turned
out in tlie future, a In t tie past, by first-cUs
We do not confine our attention to Carriage and Iluggy
making exclusively. Order for any kind of a
wheeled vehicle received and romj4lyekecuted
Our Usual Supply of remtircmeriU for the Trade
Orders from the otlW Island will receive our bst at
ONOLULU CLOTHING EM
porium. To make room for a NEW CONSICNM KNT of
on the way from l'.UROI'K. ihe present stock will be
sold rryn rillr uf Cott.
A. M. M ELLIS, 104 Fort Street,
Honolulu, 11. I.
TTONOI.ULU CLOTHING HMPORIU.M,
No. lo. Fort Street, HoNnul'LV, II. I.
Millinery and Dressmaking
Connected with tlie premise.
tojtf A. M. MEL1.1S, Woprietor,
Having mcrthaed the bantnij Mock
of M. (J. Cotreta, 1 am now refaaicd to olfer in
ladies', Gent's and Children's
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Superior liar gain rOR CASH, Kvery detenption
and ipjaht). -Call eaity lo oUaln lb choke Lu,
.7. II. LYXVII,
' No. 88 King Street
II. J. NOIIK, PKOPKIKIOR.
llerct to aniKAincv lu Ids friends and th. taiUic In gi
eral Out Im lu, opened lh abos. Saloon w her.
Flow 3 A. si., till 10 r, m
II- fwaa ri
Cigars, Pip.t u4
Ckusen by a prrajru selrstluM froui Itr4lasa auvui.
failorv... Ii l.a obtalnesl and will L
added from liro. to ihaa.
On. of rtrUB.alik A lU!k.'tleUUsld
It corwMied with lb. t,s(aLKsrtasrMi, rir losers 'tsft;
ja-o th. ru. a iurlijl.
qpO THK PUBLIC
Hmi VUmlrr In rrllrUr.
,t a sUr of Haatrr, ut otWrt ha twisxMSsi'. as
to rs-MHSSC r)t l-r llmrt. I skaal Mn HW
ohJu tat Um aask ImaaM e auwd to tka vaaaa.
Any ulw, Uu
Vuvcssaa ruusa tm g issMrtettk Hsta rWrA a
"'mil ' rSiiysytyssttifcjistsia,
m . J. kv WHSff. tm ma, r