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the cither Itltndt lllalrl he thnW fully received
)f finhlU-atlrm. Cntrrtpond.ntt are l,o.uMlf.l lo
append llitif line Minn In nil CAinirmnlratlnnt,
nil f.ir ptihllratlnn nrretititly, lut at a guarantee
that IS' will re If acting In good fallh.
Adtettliementt mini be lent In by Friday noon.
Nalnirrtlon for the (intent lour can l guaran.
teed when tent In later AJeritltett will m.lV
tin number ctlnifillsm drilled, from which dale
the y chare; any net to matted will he thaiged J
The King Ita lltttlmtrtl numit tiftmlcrt
Thr ntl fiutn Hnnnlnlu 10 Wnl.tliu tt now
in excellent WMtlltlmi.
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fi m Sin I'tttiKrim tM etwvtiii;.
N. impmtitttt Icttrtgii new, wat retched U
Vt. Mam! liy the Cttj- tfNm York.
Mr M. I. llallrnlirtl. wat nuiimu llie Mt.
tnfct for tlw Cot li) llie mill tlcomci.
The weather (Ml Oaliu at present it lcnillil
Tr tlic Rniwlnt; cane crop. uaim tiiiiditne
Willi ixxaktAl liittn,
Tlic Meam rtrcct roller tnt at wort, on
tlttrtanl rtieel latf Wednesday here it hat
recently Iktii ni.irai!.mlml.
Mr. Wilder' larfje tlonc itarchoiite near the
foot if the ctplanaite It sutliclcntly prnj;reted
to hov iu pttipotticini dittinctly.
Menu V. G. Atl'iley and U C. Al.let
hae bouRht out the ilrayaRC ami rxpictt limi
ne" of lleUianl A. Co.
The unearthly noic at the Chinese theatre
are tt ill complained of liy ihcnc living in it' i
cinity, It wat open until 2 A. M. Sunday
Chinese at Walalua have a contideuutc area
of land in lice irrigated liy water fiom Mr.
Mendoncat artctitn well. The ptctcnt ctop
Tlic nuit heads and yard arms of the Ha
waiian lurk A'tiU were dresseil out in sprigs of
ei-ergrccn on Wolncvlay, in honor of the
marriage of her captain.
Pome people are nccr satisfied. A few
weeks ago they were praying for the street
" sprinkler to settle the dust and now that they
have it they growl at the mud.
A company arrived from Australia liy the
steamer on Monday with a large numicr of
wan figures and other objects of interest, and
propose to exhibit in Honolulu soon.
A sailor was thrown from a horse on Nuuanu
Mreet la Sunday while turning a corner and
sustained some severe injuries. He was at
tended to by Dr. Hagan and is now doing well.
Sc eral passengers arrived from the Colonies
by the City of AVn Ycrh on Monday, and
fifty left Honolulu by her. for San Francisco,
l'asscngcr trasel tow aril the Coast seems lo be
quite lively at present.
Notwithstanding the very early hour at
which the City tf Xtw York departed for the
Coast, s A. !., on Tuesday morning, quite a
numlier of people were on the wharf to bid
their friends good-bye.
The little sloop Svrt en tkt H'avt was dis
posed of last Tuesday at auction sale for $500
a very fair price notwithstanding the fact tliat
she earned a reputation by making the passage
from the Coast to the Islands.
The comet now visible in the morning in the
eastern heavens can be seen most plainly about
daylight. The tail appears cry compact and
is aliout twelvcdegrces in length extending ver
tically upward. It looks very much like a ray of
sunlight shooting aliove the horiron.
The steamer City cf Xcw York arrived from
the colonies on Monday afternoon at half past
two oclock and sailed for the coast at two
a'clock on Tuesday morning. She did not
take so large a quantity of freight as usual,
ow ing to the departure of the Suet immediately
A correspondent in last week's Pklss, in an
article describing a trip to Iao Valley and
Halcakala, spoke of Mr. Alexander's cottage
at Olinda occupied by an " ex-Confederate
Major." This is an, unfortunate error. The
gentleman in question was a Major in the
Federal Army during the late rebellion in the
The court term is approaching its session
when the Hawaiian jury-trial farce will again
lc enacted. We are of opinion that the occa
sional use of the power vested In the judges of
the supreme court to render judgment non
cistjtHe ivriJicte, would have a decided influ
ence upon jurors that are Inclined to bring in
verdicts regardless of the law and the evidence
placed before them.
Mr. A. Hosa, who has for several )cars oc
cupicd the portion of dcuty clerk of the
supreme court, has resigned his xsition to
acccH office as dqjuty attorney general.
The court has found him', during his incum
bency, an apt, active,- and faithful servant,
while he lias gained the esteem of the liar by
his universal attention and couteous Ixrluv ior
towards its incinlxn in all their numerous and
multiform transactions with his office. Mr. D.
K. K)fc will succeed to the deputy clerk-
Mr. Coulter's uintings were dlsioscd of at
auction ale last Saturday evening at the Ha
waiian Hotel. There was a, very fair attend
ance, considering the ske of our community,
but the Udding, cxcet on a few pictures, was
not spiiitcd. The slew of the Kddystoric
Uglitiitnite was withdrawn but all of the others
on the catalogue, sixteen in uuuiK-r, were sold,
Tlic price ti-alijcd were as follows 1 Tlic
Dreary Ocean, $60; Danish Crafts, $8o two
Peep under London llii.lgc, $20 each; Dia
mond Head, $$5; Kealakckua Itey, $$2.50;
The Needle, Iao Valley, $441 The Water
fall, $So; California Coast Scene, $loo; Mom
ing at Kilauea, $oj Cralcrof llaleiiiaumau,
$57.50; New Lake, $J5I Moonlight at Wal
kiki, $401 Kaina Kails, $75; Kahulul llay,
$27.50; Walluku, $20.
Many of our ptxjple will perhaps remember
a Chinese case tliit.was brought before the
kuiurtuc court fur jury trial Usl year by Kook
(cc against Ab La and C.Monllng, tsrecarer
kes eral tltuusaml dollars for iauuge money,
lU-gsd to liavc been advanced for a number
ofiucn lytbe Stfi, aJ which wasJc
cidrd against llic plaintiff. A new trial was
afltrwaid )ud and with the same result. Kook
c:cklkn entered the case against Ah Lo alone;
a duuier thereto nu filed and overruled at
the last July term. It now pear that the
ChiMte Mandarin lias been appolcd lo aud
tbe matter cwujuvhuWI by their advice, by
Ah Lo laying $700 to the plaintiff. Ah V
uuw uL lo thr dMt ofthcshlu, llioK
Wo Tie, tu iriinUirsV tiai La ihi oiuoumI.
On Monday nest the law will go Into tllecl
removing the testrUtiims from n-Hing hiphir to
Mr. V. (t. Ashley has lw apiinteil
Vreer nf the krinene warchouv, vice lleli
The whaif al the end of the nplanmle near
the tihtit' wlwif Is lHn(! lepwlinl. Old
IIiiiIktu air Wing rr)il.ssl by new and strong
The golden wcsldlng of Hev. and Mrs.
Uiwrll Smith will not tale place but Ihcy will
receive fiicnds at their liflmc In Nuuanu Val-
At J'oit Slteel Church Mr. Oman will
pirach nimnlng and erning. Subject of
ctrntng sermon, " I'rcr Hum i wIki- air )iwi
going lo do about it ?"
I'rtvf. A. I'mtt will mmlurt a memorial
scrstee at the ststrj of the I'mt Street ('lunch
Sunday ocntng at fujo o'clock. Special
music will le prmliteil for the ocfiishm.
W'c ate complled tole ovrr the thiid
pst or ehaptct, of "That C'oinnnllon" until
next week. 'I here Is considerable i-illlnil.il
and other mallet picul for this imir crowil
eil out out.
A mtnstiel liiHipe from the U. S. S, ,t,iiti,
asslstol by n few local amateurs, will gie an
enteitainment at the thealrr this evening. Wc
are Informeil that they will introduce several
new features, and propose to give all who gn
their money's worth.
The wife of Mr. I.cc Kan, a prominent
Chinese merchant well known to our business
community, died on Wednesday last. Her
funeral, the first conducted from the Chinese
Church, took place the day following, and
was very largely attended.
TheAVtc Wt Illiisliixlfii 'limes, sas that
a French astronomer has predicted that a
comet will strike the rnilli during the present
month. If the visitor, .now observable, lc the
one of which the prediction is made, it will
haic In sciatch gravel In Ik.' on time.
The '. t. A, speaks of a serenade to Mr.
J. M, Knpcna on the eve of his departure for
Japan "which showed how opular ho is in
Honolulu." The conduct of some members of
the party was most disgraceful, and were Mr.
Kapcna hete we would say more aliout it.
Mr. C. C. Coleman who has been at Koolau
for sonic weeks giving his cane planter a thor
ough test, left for Maui last Tuesday to give it
a further trial on that island. It is well
spoken of and w c hope to hear further favor
able reports from it when tried on a larger
The only prosecution for profanity, during
many j cars in our courts, was made on Mon
day last, during which the prisoner was made
acquainted with the nature of the statute upon
the subject, and sulislantially reminded of the
fact that blasphemous and unseemly lanpiagc
is not tolerated by law, notwithstanding Us
rcry common use in our community. Tlic pro
secuting witness, was Mr. llrown of the (7j
utlt MalT. A few such prosecutions would
help to aliate the blasphemy and olisccnity that
is so often uttered on our highwavs by the
The last section of the Marine Kailvvay, one
end of which is to abutt on to that portion
already built anil the other end to reach deep
water, lieing ballasted and sunk so as to fit the
Imttom of the harlxir, was successfully launch
ed last Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. A
large crowd had gathered on the spot and at
the end of the steamer wharf to witness the
launch, and at the proper moment the huge
structure slid down the ways into the harlior,
and was hauled into position. The Marine
Railway was dcscrilcd at length in last week's
issue of the I'ktss and the position of the
almvc section was fully descrilied therein.
The organization of Geo. W. De Long Post,
G. A. R., was completed last Saturday eve
ning at the meeting held in Judge Davidson's
office. The following named ersons were
elected: R. W. Lainc, commander; Samuel
Nott, vice-commander; Dr. W. K. Lawrence,
junior vicc-commendcr; N. 11. Emerson, sur
geon; J. V. Simonson, office of the day; R.
J. Green, quartermaster; F. L. Clarke, chap
lain; Fred. R. Turrell, officer of the guard.
The following officers were also appointed:
Dr. Hagan, sergeant-major; C. N. Arnold,
quartermaster sergeant; Louis Adler, inside
sentinel; M. Cary, outside sentinel. This Post
is under the jurisdiction of the department of
California, and is the first in that department
orgrniicd outside of American territory.
From the Sydney Ttltgrafh of August 26th,
weelip the following: The Montague-Turner
English Opera Company, comprising 50
artists, arrived in S)dncy by the steamers Eta
inang and LtiharJt from Ilrisbane, where
they enjoved a most successful season, extend
ing over six w eeks. Last night the company
left by the steamer CcvittiiiUira for Newcastle,
where they open on Monday next. After
playing one week at Newcastle and a few
nights at Maitland, the company return to
Sydney, Inaugurating a season at the Ojiera
House on Saturday, the 91I1 September.
Since their last visit 10 this metropolis the ex
tensive company has lieen materially strength
ened by new artists of operatic renown, and it
is now regarded as the strongest musical or
ganization in Australia.
Last Sunday morning the sabtiath school
of Ammakapili church, with several of the
schools In the submits, gave their qualerly con
cert at the above church. The attendance was
very large and by the time the exercises com
menced it was difficult 10 find accommodation,
Mr. A. I. Smith, suiierintcndcnt of the Kau
makapilt sabbath school conducted the pro
ceedings. The programme was nieiied by the
Lord's prayer, repeated in unison by a class of
snail children. Several well known so,igs
were sung in Hawaiian in a manner creditable
tu twin ciuiiiren ami instructors. 1 lie many
people present were much interested in the ex
tidies to their conclusion. Each of the school
represented did their parts well, and the songs
in which the whole congregation joined were
excellently rendered. The Industrial School
Hand was also present and mntimlcd toward
the success of the entertainment.
Tlic union farewell service of Mr. M. L.
Ilallcnbeck last Sunday evening at Kaumaka
pili Church, was lucked tu overflowing, by an
earnest, anxious audience of all classes of ico
ple, many laving to turn away from even the
steps, which were crowded (icfurc the hour of
service. Following the song service, which
lias been a leature ofthese gotjwl meetings,
and the oicning exercises Mr. llallenlieck ex-
oiled on the 'I'oweifor service from Acts
iv. 10, Rev, A. 0. KorU-t tratulatifeg for the
benefit of Hawaiian!, the appeal Iving for a
high degree of active Christian work In all fol
low rrs of Christ, He followed with thanks tu
the workers who had so faithfully supported
his UImxs at lhcc (stands. A testimony meet
ing followed hi which foreigners and natives
look pail, succeeded by one of enquiry. Thus
closed the service of a most successful season
of revival sen ices throughout the Ulandt,
iwuugn wrucn me evangelist ami nil co
worker iW V l held La grateful lemciu
Uascc In Husy houteholik.
The religious interest aroused by the meet
ings held under the direction of Mr. Itnllrn
lirck at Wnlliiku, still continues, Meetings
ate held Imlli In the foreign ami native churches
emy evening during the week, esccpt on
Satuiila) Dr. Meeker and family left Wnl
liiku for Honolulu last week, ciectliig Intake
siwgc on the Sun for Sin Francisco. The
Hoslot and his wife made many filendi here,
cttmeqiicnll) their depiilure causes much rrgret
. . . . Considerable ktckneMliteioiteil atSprcck
elnllle. KAUAI ITHMS.
The Hark CJVAyohasbccnat llanalrl, limy
diichargtng hrr coal for Princes Die Plan
tation, She has bail splendid weather, since
her hi rival, mil losing one day, and the cap
tain is well pleased with his cheap poit. .. .
'the W.1I0II Foglish School npcnrtl last Friday
under a new teacher, Mr. Ituehanan, who
seems to lie a great favorite with the natives,
. ... It i ciitrciillj rcirlcd that wcarc tu
have a visit from the I'rimt Minlittr, and
oilier notables, for the puinisc of sounding
public opinion. He will come to the wrong
simp and will not icqulrc to lie any way In
iiitsillvr to find out the feelings and opinions
of both the natives and foreigners Inwards his
mllcy. . . .It would lie gr.itifjing to jou, If j 011
could see how llic Pkl-SSiind Cnttlt ate read
heic 1 "one vwty gets the "w, but it is hard
ly tolerated. . The weather in the island is
Jusl splendid) nice rains -enough for all pur
poses, and no more.
The clock for llic foreign chinch nt Kohala
has at last been closed lit a weather case, mid
mounted on the gable of the edifice, above the
door. It is an eight-day cluck, with a 21-Inch
face, ahd is said to cost upuaid of $65.00. It
has now been in place a week. ... It was ob
served that the court held scry laic on Wednes
day at Kohala and lline were said to have
been fourteen fines for gambling,.., The for
eign and native churches at Kohala arc well
attended on week-day evenings ns well as on
Sundays , . , , In Kohala a larger area of land is
planted in cane then ever before, and if the
season prove a favorable one, the district will
nest j car make a big crop of juice that will
give the railroad and shipping ample employ
ment... .Rev. Titus Coan of llilo was stricken
with paralysis on Saturday morning, Sept. 10,
while in bed. It was thought that he would
not live through the day, but his condition has
licen improv ing since, and Tuesday hchad mi far
recovered as to lie able to be out of 1ml anil
able In use his limbs. He was slowly improv
ing at last accounts. . . .The weather in Koha
la district is what the planters term "grow
ing," warm, sunny davs with occasional
showers at night. More of the latter will be
1.AY1XG THE COKXEK STONE
THE Y. M. C. .. JIUfU)IXG.
On Thursday afternoon a large company of
icople consisting of the foreign, native and
Chinese divisions V. M. C. A,, and a host of
friends, gathered nt the corner of Hotel and
Alakca slrccrs lo witness the la j ing of the
corner stone of the new V. M. C. A. building.
Sails were stretched over the building and
scats were provided for those present. At
3 r. M., exercises were ojienetl with music by a
select choir, after which prajcr was offered by
Rev. J. A. Cruran. Rev. C. M. Hvde next
read the following detailed description of the
The lot on which the building stands is in
shape nn irregular quadrilateral. It extends
1 16 feet on Hotel street, loojf feet on Alakea
street, forming an acute angle at Ihe inter
section of these streets. It has adepthof6o
feet measuring from the Hotel street front to
the rear lioundary line. The building, now in
process of erection for the Honolulu V. M.
C. A. is to lie of two stories wholly devoted to
the work of the Association. It does not oc
cupy the whole of the land purchased. A
frontage of 36 feet on Hotel street is reserved
for future improvements in building, either for
the use of the Association or for rental as a
means of annual income. The present build
ing is of irregular shaic, conforming to the out
lines of the lot, 53 feet in depth from the Hotel
street front, and on the Alakea street side run
ning outward with .1 length of 50 feet rear and 67
feet front, so as to make the Hotel street front
17 feet longer than the rear. The building is
lo be of brick, the street fronts of pressed
brick; the cornices also will lie brick, artis
tically arranged for the most pleasing effect.
All the windows are arched. The Alakea
street side is ur.brokcn by any projection,
except the belt course, which divides the
upper and lower stories. For convenience,
as well as for architectural effect, the
corner is cut off, giving an angular frontage
at the junction of Alakca and Hotel streets, a
flat or fifth side, 8 feet wide.
The Hotel street front has a central projec
tion, 22 feet wide, 134 feet deep. This has at
the roof a triangular pedimentl on which will
stand out in faiscd letters the initials V. M.
C. A., and the date 1882. In front of this
projection stands the porch, 20 feet deep. It
has a lialcony supported by four Corinthian
columns, and two antae. The jntcr-columnia-
lions, or spaces liclwcen the pedestals, of the
columns, are filled with neat balustrades. The
balcony is also enclosed with a balustrade,
having paneled and moulded pedestals, sur
mounted by ornamental urns. French mul
lioncd windows give access to this balcony
from the upjwr story. A flight of four steps
leads up from Hotel street on to the porch in
this central projection. The whole building
is to be set back 10 feet from the street lines,
giving opportunity for any further widening of
Alakea streets by the municipal authorities of
On entering the hall-way, which is 9 feet
wide and 30 feet long, a door to the light gives
access 'to tlic gymnasium, whicli is a room 25
by 47 feet. A platform 5 feet wide along Ihe
lull side, (jiles room for ipcstators. A flight
of stair at each end of this platform lead
dow n to the floor of the gymnasium which U
about four feet below the natural level of the
lot, or 8 feel Slow the level of the hall .floor,
giving io ill ifK.m a height of 20 feel. At the
rear end 01 the spectators' pUlfunn is a d..,i
and passage way to the yard in the rear of the
building. This door give access also to the
private staircase leading to the Assembly Room
aliove, At the left side of the front entrance
is the main stairway to the upper story. Ad
joining this stairway Is an ojien recess, designed
for ihe Central Office, and affording complete
supers i.ion of the entrance! to the various'
room. Next be) oml the Office, in the halt,
is the entrance In the l'ailor. This is a room
18 feet by 23, communicating a also does the
Office with the Committee Room, which occu
pies the angle of the building at the corner of
Hotel and Alakca street. Beyond the Parlor,
Is the Reading Room, 18 by 27, separated by
slitting doors. There I a door al the end of
the hall, owning into the Reading Room,
which has also a door uning out lo the yard
In the rear of the building. Here are to be
found the arout needful out-house, kitchen,
hath-iuouit, and ultimately it It hoied, a suite
of hxlging looms for temporary occuuncy.
The building U well lighted mrtU ventilated.
The lower story it la feet high) the upper,
17 feet. The whole tppcr floor Ittolxoccu
, pled by the Assembly Room. The main en
trance lotttU Uoo Hotel stiM-t, by stair
UauUoK up (kw the led of ike front door. Thg
private itaiirase is in the miner of Ihe build
(ng diagonally ripnlie The platform, S feet
by 16, and two fiet high is on Ihe side over the
g)mnatiiim, the Cwa side of Ihe building.
The clear swce for the audience will I equal
to a loom, .S by 5r and will comfortably seat
about joo persons. The general arrangement
of Ihe rooms was planned by Mr, C. M. Cooke,
of the llulldliig Committee. The building
plans and specifications were prepared by Mr.
Isaac Moore. Mr. (icoige Lucas has taken
Ihe contract to mt up the building, and will do
nil the wink which Is expected will be finished
about December li.
Music by the choir followed. Mr. A. Pratt,
the president, then made an address on the
nlini and objects of the V, M, C. A, of which
the following li a coifllentaliont
A rapid sketch of the history of the nssnci.v
lloiicniinierateslhese facts. Itoig.1nireilApr.30,
iSoo, with ten members all of whom nie still
living mid all but two arc )el with us on llic
ivltims. The membership list at present shows
1 58 of which 8 nie deceased and .S are in other
lands, July jo, iSoo the asiochtion assumed
rate of the Reading Room of llic Sailor Hume
and from Ihe niiiiincnccnicnt conducted Sun
day Prfljer Meetings nnd vivileil the piison and
hospital, Woik among the ('lilucsc originated
in 11 Sunday School Jan. 1S72 mid mm wc
witness the result In a regular organized Chi
nese church with one of our number, Mr. I',
Damon, ns inisslon.iiy, with a Chinese colior
teur, watching not only Its Interests but seeking
the spiiitusl welfare of this ieoptc through all
tin-Islands, In 1SS0, a commillce was np.
Kilnlel to ietllion against all modifications of
the opium nnd liquor laws, and as n result of
Ihe temperance question the committee of 21
was ,ipiointcd and so indirectly the nssociation
was instrumental In securing Mr. llallenlieck 's
services as also Mr. F.ll Johnvui's. Sept. 1SS1,
committees on soliciting subscriptions, on
buildings, and on procuring a charter were np
pointed, shortly following which was the ad
dress nnd appeal of Rev. W. J. Smith result
ing in a handsome increase to the building
fund. The constitution was revised and ad
opted, and with the charter and member list to
date was printed in April of the present year.
Thus much of 13 jcars growth of the associa
tion. Its objects, the speaker stated to be, in
endeavoring lo erect this building is, 1st, That
as members of llic V. M. C. A. wc may have
a place that wc can call Home. 2nd, That
)oung men not christians may have a witness of
the love of Christ in the person of his followers
for tktm. and .in!. That there may lie a wit
ness of the practical unity in the love of Christ
of all protcstant christians, Savs Prof, Cook,
"So far as my knowledge extends the most
important advances made in America in reach
ing the masses in large towns have been ef
fected through the V. M. C. Associations and
The aims of our association, my brothers,
as I understand it, is to make strong, vigorous
and svmetrical christian men, so it is purposed
to provide for the physical development and
training of our young men, a feature of educa
tion that has been too much neglected as a
rule. Provision will also lie made to suppiy as
far as may lie possible his mental wants, by a
reading room, witli occasional entertainments,
lectures, etc., but grand and noble as are these,
we shall utterly fail of success if wc neglect
the soul. Our building is to serve asv beacon,
but wc are to go out with the life-boat to res
cue and save. The speaker then closed with
a touching tribute to the departed brothers, C,
A. Castle, I. Ilartlctt, Joseph and Clarence
Cooke, Win. Damon, Evarts Chamberlain and
Chas. Dillingham, who, though invisible, look
ing on this scene were saying lo us, " Whatso
ever thy hand findelh to do, do it with all thy
The following list of contents.of the lox to
be deposited in the corner stone were next
read by Mr. C. M. Cooke: An English Hiblc,
New Testament in Hawaiian, Constitution and
liy Laws of the V. M. C. A., Address on the
Voung Men's Mission by Rev. W. J. Smith,
List of siibscriticrs to building and copy of
terms of contract. Manual of Fort Street
Church, Articles of Faith and list of inemlicr
ship of Ucthel Union Church, Report of Ha
waiian Hoard, Report of Woman's Hoard, of
Hawaiian Mission Children s Society, of Board
of Education, of Minister of Finance, of Minis
ter of Interior, of Chief Police, Catalogue of
Oahu College, Circular of Kawaiahao semi
nary, of Sailors Home, Constitution and Ily-
Laws of Hawaiian and Chinese Y. M. C. A.
of Honolulu, Hawaiian Almanac and Annual,
Hawaiian Guide Hook, Hawaiian Grammar,
newspatwrs of the city both English and Ha
waiian, copy of the ''Mil ao A'aiii" by L.
Lyons, United Slates dollar of 1882, photo
graphs of their Majesties and of Kawaiahao
Church, specimens of Hawaiian Postage
Stamps, Hawaiian Postal Cards and Hawaiian
Government Stock and Coupons of issue "O",
Census Tables of 1878, Programme of Ex
ercises at Laying of the Corner Stone of the
V. M. C. A.
Upon the conclusion of the reading of the
list Mr. Pratt laid the corner stone and made
the following remarks in conclusion: I declare
that the corner stone of the building of the V.
M. C. 'A. of Honolulu is well and truly laid.
May the elements not prevail against it: May
its walls rise in symctry, beauty and strength,
and may it stand for generations a haven fur
the tempted, the tempest-tossed and the friend
less, and a monument to the generosity of the
people of Hawaii nci. May we my christian
Brothers building upon Jesus Christ, the cor'
ncr stone grow unto a holy temple in the Lord,
Rev, S. C. Damon delivered an impressive
prajer after which and further singing by the
choir, Mr. P. C. Jones made a statement of
the financial statement of the associations
building funds, which from lack of space, we
are unable to give in full. The following are
Ihe figures condensed: Cost of lot, $4,000;
cost of building, $14,600; estimated cost of
g)innasium; $1,000; estimated cost of light
and furniture, $1,000; incidental, $400; total
$21,000. Amount required to complete the
Mr, Jones then made an earnest appeal to
thene present to assist in making up the, re
quired amount, in a few minute the additional
sum of$2,8j5 was suliscrilied, swelling the total
amount of suliscriptions to $17,712.50. The
services were concluded by the singing of Ihe
doxology by the choir and audience.
FATAL ACCIDENT IV MR. CAS. T,
We record with deep regret the sad and
fatal accident that befell our fellow townsman,
Mr. Chat. T, Dillatgltani, on Tuesday morn
ing last, the 26lh Inst,, of which wc have been
able to gather the following particular. Lcav
ing hi home on Punahou avenue about 8
o'clock he mounted hi horse (1 pet animal
that he had reared) to come in low n to hi busi
ness. Hut a short time clascd when Ihe
horse was observes! entering the yard of hi
brother, Mr. II. F. Dillingham, adjoining,
without the saddle. Alarm wat felt ami (catch
midr, revealing the fact that the horse had
thiol at a couple of hviltock cart on the road
arul thlown hi rider probably by a sudden
spring aside, which would account for thebrok
en girth and the saddle found near liiui. The
unfortunate young man was picked up Ivm
siblc on IWahosi street between WertUnia
and King, having struck on hi head, and with
blood ooriiw from UtltAcar, hi
iLkioa he w coavcycU to hit WothtV rati'
dence while the sad tidings wit broken to lilt
wife, nnd doctor! from town telephoned for
Drt, Trouttenti and Martin attended, but med.
cat tklll and Ihe ministration of loving friend
wat futile, the ullcnt remaining minintclntit
up lo the time of hit death, which occurred nt
2 I'. M. Horn In Koulhliom, Matt,, Sept. 5,
1853, at 16 he wat engaged In hit native town
and the following )car cnleml lltjant & Slrnl
ton' Business College, Boston, fmin which he
graduated In II months, then entered the film
of W, II. I'lleh, Worcester, Mast,, nt Imok
keeper, where lie married and rennlncd III
accepting a Krsition in the linn of ringree tt
Smith, Detroit, Mich,, which he relinquished
to come to these Island.
The deceased with hit )oung wife nrrlved nl
these Islands In 1875, nnd enleied hit luotli
er ' employ n book-keeper. For Ihe past
three ) ear he hat held thlt t.itue mIIoii of
iiitpoit.mce in the extensive establishment of
Castle A. Cooke, nnd has given eminent satis
faction nol only lo the hendt of Ihe film, but
wat endeared to all hit fellow clerks, mid In
fact all with whom he hid butinet dealings,
for lilt quid, unassuming and gentlemanly
benilug. The void it felt throughout our city,
nnd many nre the hearts that I1e.1t in tviupatliy
for the widow nnd her two falhcilets children
In this daik hour of their nlllictinii, for llic
brother nnd rclillvet who nie called again In
"pats tinder the tod," nnd the dear mother
and sister In their native land, who could be
justly proud of such a son, and brother, but
must now Uiw with us to the inscrutable
wn) of Providence.
Mr, Chat. T. Dillingham was one of those
exemplary young men that wc may nil take
pattern by from hit unostentatious manner,
hit quiet Christian character and his readiness
to accept any duties that devolved uk)ii him,
1 le wat a member of Excelsior I-odge, I, O.
O. F. of thlt city, having past the dlflcrcnt
chair with honors lo that of Past Grand, lie
wat also Secretary of the llonululu Library
Association, and Treasurer of the V. M. C, A.
of this place. And in his memlicrsliio of the
Bethel Church it is n matter of consolation to
not a few, that he was so successfully active in
the business, social and phllanth.opic spheres
as also in the ome and private walks of life.
His funcrV took place on Wednesday the
271I1 Inst, from the Bethel at 4 r, M,, which
was very largely attended. Loving hands had
tastefully decoratctl the pulpit, and in front,
on the table, was a beautifully arranged floral
cross, a tribute from the V. M. C. A., emblem
of faith. At the close of the exercises at the
church, the cortege formed on King street and
a long line of mourner follow etl the remains to
the eastern cemetery in Nuuanu Valley, pre
ceded by brother Odd Fellows of-both Har
mony and Excelsior Lodge. At the grave the
services of the order were conducted by N. (1, J
J. i-.mclculh of kxcclsior ami Chaplain J. A.
Oman of Harmony Lodge.
Wc join with the community at large in
tendering to the bereaved ones in this hour of
their affliction our deepest sympathy.
I 1 J - I .!
EtiiTOK Satukiiav Press : There has
been a letter published In the Sacramento
KtcorJ-Union, calculated to bring the Grand
Army of the Republic into disrepute, and
causing great ill feeling towards the mcmlicrs,
viz : " that a political rally is progressing
round a nucleus formed by a recent organiza
tion of the Grand Army of the Republic." I
liegto assure )ou, Mr. Editor and the public,
that there is not one word of truth in the above
remarks of the corresondcnt, as the G. A. R.
arc by their laws, prohibited from meddling in
any manner wfth jiolitics, and they are organ
ized solely and entirely for charitable purposes.
c. A. R.
Those men, called soldiers, who wear the
helmet hat, Tht King's Oirn," should each
lie provided liy some kind-hearted person with
a cabbage leaf on very hot days to wear inside
their hats, to help keep their poor heads cool,
if it is possible to do so with such a hat. A
large leaf is needed where the man has. a par
ticular active brain, such for instance as Walter
Murray Gibson carries on the "worn one's "
shoulders. His extremely arduous duties
must tax his poor brain very much. Pity the
sorrows in store for the poor old man, who
must so soon step down and out, from his
high position, which may be the saddest day
of his life. The people demand it.
llilo, Sept. 14. M.
ACTIVITY A T KILA UEA.
Advices from I Iawaii received per Iwalani
yesterday morning report that a new outburst
occurred in the crater of Kilauea about 10
o'clock on the forenoon of Tuesday, Sept. 12.
A stream of lava, evidently coming from what
is known as the " New Lake," burst-out like
a fountain some tix or eight hundred feet north
of the above lake, and from 60 to 100 yards in
width, flowing rapidly to the north, north-east
and eastern portions of the floor of Kilauea,
forming numerous pools of lirpiid lava, con
nected by streams of the same. Baron von
Hulow ami Sheriff Severance were at Jhe era
Icr al the time and descrilied the scene as won
derfully grand. Mr. Severance says, that
during twenty year going and coming past
Kilauea, he has never seen the like. The flow
still continued, at Ihe date of our latest ad
vices, Sept. 20, but with decreased activity.
Editor Press 1 The heading ofthUarti-
cle appear startling no doubt, but I will show
the truth of it. For many year the people of
these Ulandt have been the victims of petty
thieve In California, in paying high prices for
fruit, produce of all kind, provisions, hay,
grain, etc. These articles, presumed to be
first-class by the seller here, are found to be,
in tome cases, worse than bad. The rule has
been for many years, and I think still U.
"anything It good enough for Honolulu."
This market being to far away the curse ami
growl lose their force tu rents, the shipper
laugh and promlic " to look into Ihe matter,
and here it ends. I la any one ever bought a
nice lxx of apple and found the top row
splendid and the rest 'of the box mMiiu a
bag of oat and found barley, wheat, straw.
corn, raddish teed, etc., in Ihe lag? A .bale
of lay and found a pure, clean, polished stone
In the bale weighing 15 Bn ? in fact the rule tt
stick, stone, adobe and trash of all kind in
the miJJli, never on the outtide ; or buy a
case of splendid table fruit " of thl year'
rucking," ami find the tin half full of mjrM 7
or "codfish ball warranted," and find them
composed of a very poor quality of salmon In
stead; or tin of "choice salmon bellies" and
on examination find thai the belly of that salmon
eitend to, and include the tail or a ipicndid
2-aker ham of the moon brand, and find it
ha to lie treated with chloride of lime before it
can lie examined, and the hour fumigates
when thrown out? All these and wore have I
tillered, until, groaning, I cry, "arc thereat
homral dealer in CaWomla f A no thippcr of
bad article b aa bonttt man, he might not
ptrhau sttal a griuly br or a locomotive en
gine wkh steam up, but he U mean enough lo
do any of the trick named above for h take
of miking a few twst. I ihkk ihcMwtlortot
this ia wkti the prosioce of the Chamber of
CtlMMmMrVffiC HVC aUUa IMM1C SOtMC SMJUCtf WHI Ml
Uhad of it abtti tat Uatttahik or U CaWurssla.
a vWtim without mcwm.
HOI 7VRS If ItVTsM).
I'm rim Prmsi When are we going toje
reive the visit of a government doctor, for
which nn appropriation hat Iwcn made, or
have a Dorlor placed heir somewhere along
the whole expanse of count ly between Maka
wao, round Kail Maul to Wnlliiku? I It not
ill Y.raccful to think that in n highly clvilircd
country like thlt It I not imtllilc lo obtain
medical nstislanre, even If living? 'theicare
men hete today who me actually dying, sim
ply fmin the nbsence of medical attendance -Inferring
lh.it the " Dollar " nnd not Ihe native
It of the mine liiiiitnnce In ihit Utile group of
Island. Voui truly,
Klpahulu, Sept, 20.
TIIIl MATIVIl pitrtss.
vtr.nr. iip.rif.R ip Tiir. siinmtf.k
tORPION At FAIRS VVKKK RKSIOVP.il.
Ill last week' Issue of that foreign newt
paper, the ', C. AJvtrtiitr, which ftihe organ
of Ihe Minister of I'oiclgn Aflalit, appear an
argument contending In favor of the King de
scending from the dignity of hit limine and
woiking together with the people In the arena
of election. Does thlt man comptclicnd llic
natiiraof his ptoioslllon? And does the King
tee whither Ihit man it lending him? 'The dig
nity and honor of the roynt. title have hereto
fore been safe in Hawaii, thioiigh Ihe King
acting wisely nnd confining himself to hit own
province; while he left the conlcnliont mid de
bates of llic poll and ol the xilitlcal nrcna to
be managed by the people among thciiitclvcs.
The King formerly stnsid np.irt on his own van
tage ground. Hut now come the Minister o
Foreign Affairs and argues that it it quite right
for him lo engage in these nllalr and to con
tend In debate with pa it let unequally matched
as in the last campaign, What Hawaiian pa
triot is there who Itjealoutof the independence
of hit Government, who will nppiovc of thit?
What thinking person It there w ho know s not
the end that will follow as a result of the King
of thit Gov eminent becoming a contestant in
the debates of the electoral campaign,
A few weeks ngo Ihe liltlt Ixiasllngly as
serted that its issue had rapidly risen to 4,000
and over, nnd it has since bragged that is cir
culation wat still on the increase. It has tena
ciously maintained that "It lias been found lo
be the fiiinil and strong supKirtcrof Hawaiian
interests, and is seen by the multitude," etc.
Let us see whether this is true or false. It has
been confidently asserted lousbyalrustivortliy
pcrson, that in one of hit short tours aliout
one of the islands he saw Mime large bundles
of the Eltlt sent lo the district whicli he was
visiting, and he also asserts that out of these
bundles some seven or eight newspapers were
taken and the remainder were left untouched
until they were returned here to the office in
Honolulu. Not only this but wc have seen in
its office a great pile of different dates of their
newspaper, lying unused in a safe place. Wc
have also seen a number of packages of news
papers which had the appearance of having
been sent lo some of the out districts and then
returned. Hut more than this, there have
burst out pathetic expressions from some of its
own agents, declaring that they would not take
any longer the Eltlt J'lulolu, because it hail
misled the multitude.
If such arc the actions of the Eltlt, they arc
merely loud-sounding boasts fur the purpose of
obtaining fame, but wc declare it will obtain
As the good Book says, " He that cxaltcth
himself shall be aliased. And also this: "I,ct
another man praise thee and not thine own
mouth, a stranger and not1, thine own lips."
(Not thine own pen).
We assert that these statements of the Eltlt
are false, (tittle, black.)
AIIUSE WITHOUT REASON.
We have before written about the false
statements of the Eltlt I'oako11 regarding
certain speeches made on the occasion of the
supper to General Comly at the Hawaiian
Hotel. At the time wc had not seen certain
abusive and false statements aliout other
speakers at the meeting, only Mr. Hall's son-in-law
(Mr. P. C.Jones) is nc who is chiefly
abused in that newspaper.
The falseness and the trickincss of the Eltlt
appears in this, that it reviles the sentiments
of the speeches made at that meeting, but it
does not translate them into Hawaiian that all
may sec them, and judge w helhcr they arc right or
wrong. Hut the office of the Eltlt is the place
where judgement is pronounced on them.
But the Eltlt knows this well that the
foreigners had no voice in the Legislature, and
the same is true of the Hawaiian; they had
no real voice in the legislature of 1882. The
majority of the legislators were bribed, bought
by another, and those who elected them were
left without representatives. A'uoloa, Sept. 23,
The Tat Aina respectfully offer its thanks
and complements to its brothers of the pen, the
SATURliAY I'RtSS and the Hanaiiaii Gauttt,
for appreciating!)' publishing in their valuable
columns translations of the articles it has pub
lished, that tlius the foreigners in Hawaii, as
well as in America and Eurojie, may become
well acquainted with the intimate thoughts of
the Hawaiian people regarding the affairs of
their own government. By this action these
siewspapcrs hav c assisted us to gain a higher
plain of influence over the affair of the race.
And wc thank them also for supporting us
along the path of right and truth to the high
plain on which the Tat Aina now stands, in
it care for the welfare of its country, and the
advancement of it own people.
The J'at Aina also extends the right hand
of friendship to the A'mo,i, in connection with
which we first lalwreil, for its approbation of
the line along which the Tat Aina it now
Indeed, the sincerity and similarity of our
purposes ha lieen the means of bringing our
pen into harmony with each other, my
brother. Thl i our request 1 have great
patience with u Ihat we may pull together un
til the overthrow of those who are corruptly
managing our land.
Oiowalu, Jjcpl, iC, iSSj.
II. V. Kawainui,
Dear hiri our letter M
thankfully rcccivol. I heartily approve of jour
(two) efforts for the i;ooil of llic race. I jiear
from thoughtful inert of all wirtt their up
proval of your court. They (the IccUlalort)
certainly were wrung In conveying larul to liul
ttrangcr and foreigner. The intnittert were
aUciTby worthlctarciimcnlativci. WewouM
heartily like to tee thit Cabinet unU)iei! for
their treachery to the King anil the tivuplc.
It were well if Ihe King ttouM think, ml tu
iltchaige I hem.
No one hetitatet at tu the tight of )our
courte in contcmling fi the rlghtt of the iko
hie. Kvcrybody praUct your paer ami IIiom:
who are aiding you.
lie ttrong ami may liraicn grant you power
to obtain Ihe victory.
TUB KING WITH TUB IRON CROWS',
Prince Alctander, of Bulgaria, who was
crowned recently with a crown made flow the
Iron at caanos captiwctl in Utile, and who
luu ha plyiti tlw part of a puy tyiml, by
tWMgliig ike camthirtfamal tlafat U tlic yoyle,
(mit lilwulf in MiiotM trouUe, Some of lh
UUtal trW" W4ed. tM.hlnnniHng he ca.
si. kwrtt Immn mm4iI, IUt Mhtliiiy hat h-
A heavy force It ilenunn .1 in guar-1
himself and lilt council, nnd he ftrl-. much
But he will
safer mi a gunlxtat thin on land.
T liia man, with lilt heart of steel and rrown
of iron, may succeed in crushing out the liber
lies of the people for a time, liul he will Ix
crushed In the end, Kutsl.i hat taught the
world that when even a mull number of the
(icople demand Ihe enlargement of their lilirr
tlet, those who w It Inland them have reason to
A Irtter of warning wat laid on the table of
the t'rnr' hed-cli.imhcr recently, at Gitrchlna,
wheie he wat liehind bayonet, and surround
ed, nt he tuppoteri, bv trutl worthy attendant!
rililv. The Nihilist had come even Into hit
At Alctander ha modeled hit government
aflcr the Russian plan, nnd utuiieil Ihe llber
tlettifthe ieoplc, he mutt ciecl a tyrant'
Sung nt llic "Ancient Ami HonnraMc" Attn.
ternary, June 5, l8Si, Written for (lie occa
sion !)' Ucv, M. J. SAa(;e. of Ionian.
Vfit wmjt sa Artmltft ting,
VMiittf Mr of 1 1 iw tltlf r fM,
Wimim tnr nVr 'nt Ml lyrint Vlnf,
W)oi tnnr iWet rtt'tr fuiMf
A wig for h lrt-Be ftml h free!
No t Ihi of mxitmt ili)m,
Hut iliottt of lw for ilt lUy t l,
I1 llfttit i if ill coming llm .
Krum k iUfk low UihU of ihe pail,
Swelling mmI ti'rr id lUllni'vcrtW,
'I hf I ro'4 tlnmt tr up I li Ut
Wlirre vtHin!tiI f-renVm lie.
'I he ftruin r!.t !-aI ami the rm !,!,
I ruin th far-tilT tart hranl j
liul llij ti ran of Una it man'i il4wti k
Ami lfi Ito i( til oiM ilrfrtrnl.
n the ftong tf ihe free tot fng :
Of h gnmltirne imt t hum,
Wlieir rth man of hlmwlf It king;
Of n day ho jtUiluHnt morn
Shall e ll faith hrneaih mif ft
Ami fair VyQtthmlt
When Iho now mul nh!l firuj life irrt,
A inl riotie thall hunger for lireaij.
Sing, then, our Anuiicn ong:
J U no huftU of tiiumjiln won
Al the tirttvof anothtr'i wrong,
Or cf foul ilted foully tfone,
U'e fight for Ihe wide wmkl'i right,
'1 o enlarge life' koi ami 'Ian I
lo lloM the ranh with hoi ami light,
'lo hulM ihe Kingdom m Man.
CALENDAR, OCTOIIKK TERM, iSSj.
HAWAIIAN JlRV-CKIMINAL CAM.
1U r. Ilwartl I'reiton, Attorney Central for ihe
Htn. v. fl, II. Kalaaulane! Adultery.
Kei. V. Ntinoaeliu! helling plrhuuu liquori with
Ken. vt, Kanalo; Hurglaty,
Hex, tt. Nail and Kanuka: Stealing a cow, J Kuv
tell for defendant.
PaputcA vt. Matwalo; fljrctmenl.
Kaupnan. Naotio; New trial ordered,
Nakeu vi. Ahtnia andothert: Appeal from Inter me
diary Court, R. I' Ilktterton fur phtintifT, A. IS, Hart
well fur defendant
Aide v. Afiutia ami othen Appeal. K, P. (ticker
ton for iihdnhiT, A S. Hartwill lor defendant.
Alnhlkea . I), lleniamina. K, P. Hickerton for
pUiniilf. A. S. Martwell for defendant.
Kaolulow KatNmo; Pjectment. Vt It. Guile for
phunliiTft, K. P. Ilirkerton for defendant.
II. Kejtohoni v. Wahilanl AttumpMi. P. M, Hatch
for plaintiff, J, M. Oaudton for defendant.
U'aianika vs. Chung Wa.
V. K. CaMle for plaintiff,
j. Kiueli lor deieritlant.
Watanika vt. lohn Crow Her!
njcilmeiit, W. R.
Cattle for plaintiff, J Km II for defendant,
C. I llopkliu vt. Chung Wat Kjettment. W. K.
Castle for plaintiff, A. S. I Unwell fur defendant.
itooiciiuokano va. v, li. Danielt; AtMimpMt. J. M.
Davidson for pl-dntifT, K. P. Hick et tun for defendant.
Phkapeka vt. the Ookala Sugar Company: KJect-
ment. W, K Cattle for pb in I iff. K. I'rctton and K. P.
Hickcrton for defendant.
Makakane va. V, V II. p.vcrett, Guardian of Mary
HUCM4, iiuiuKiiiKi ior iHrfimiii. o. 11. 1701c ior ue
Kauko and Joseph Kicard va. C I- Alona et aL:
1.. ectmem. a. .. j
Jlartwcl! for plaintiffi, W. H. Cattle
Samuel Andrew vs. Joe Walley et al. W. K: Cattle
S. Kaleohano va, J. W. Kalnanau. f. V. Keaweona
la, Awry, and Anona: Kjctt merit. W. R. Cattle for
I.uika Wood. Ahieail Prank Mavand firaee Ktllc t
Malice: Pjectment, J. M. Davidson for plaintiff. IL
r llickerton for defendant.
Moehonua v. W. M. Citxuin! P.irrttnenr. It- P
Ihckertoti for plaintiff, P. M. Hatch for defendant.
John C Cluney v. Kuth Kcehkolani: Avtumptit. S.
It. Dote for plaintiff,
Hoe vt. I. Ahloandllopu: Kjectment HolSkahill
rOXEIGN JURY CRIMINAL CAtlM.
Uex. vt. Rom Pong: larceny.
Rex. vt. I'aiatara; Maiming.
Rex. vt. Ah Pong: Opium In powMion. W. R
Castle (ar defendant.
K T. Lenehan & Co. . J. R. Mills: Atktimpiit.
Cecil Hrown for plaint iff, R. P. Hkkerton for de
fendant. O. Macfarlane va. I. R. Mills: AumpMt. Cecil
Hrown forptahititf, U. K llickerton for defendant.
Kdward llatchelor and hi wife vt. Charlet Piihel:
Ureach of Covenant. I- Pre&ton for plaintiff, J. M,
David ton for defendant.
James McGuire, V. Robert Uriggs and J, R. Mill
famithee: Aumptiu A. S. II art well for plaintiff, S.
t. Dole for defendant.
Apal t, Kun Sat and Aming: AttumpMt. Cecil
llrown for plaintiff.
Henry John ton v. L. P. 'Ilvlale: Action on War
ranty. A. S. II art well for plaintiff, J. M. Davidton
and FOI. HatcJi for defendant.
J, Iuarut it. O. Troutseau: Assumpsit. J. Rutted
for plaintiff; R. p. llickerton for defendant.
J. C Merrill v. P. T. 1-enehan; Aitumptit. P
Pretton for plaintiff, J, M. Davidson for defendant.
T. P. Titdale yt, Henry Johnton and C H. 'lidale
and 'Hi. II. Davie carnMice: Aswmptit. P. M. Hatch
for plaint iff, A. S. Hart well for defendant.
Ida Jl. Cattle and W. R. Castle vt. Apo: lljectnient,
W. R. Ca&tle for plaintiff, I) Kaliaulclio for defendant.
15 caci di iJiYorcc.
IlinkleytiC T. Kixlgert and 0. 1. Fitch!
lavidiun fur plaintiff, S. II. Ilote for
Chat. Hammer vt. E. Nordbere: Aumi.it. Aiial.
Whiting for plaintiff, J, Kuttcll for defendant.
f,.... n. , 1 r r., r.M., , mil uay uvrn ap
pointed Deputy Clerk of ihe Supreme Court, tice An-
li,vir 1? l'vl'i.' r... 1 .i.t. i... 1
tone Kota, cm., rolgnco.
txunmiuum to bear dale from 10th September, IBS?.
ioo-jl J.NO. t. UARNAKU.
Ladle and Gentlemen vuittnc San Francitco Htll
fin J very detirabtc KurniJieU Room Kn Suit and Sii
tie at No. 137 . Montgomery St. Corner HuOi. Mrs.
T Money, formerly of Honolulu.
To the Ladiet.
rl1ie women of Madeira arc ahead of all other nation.
In the art of hand embroidery and croulut, oil; a full
line of the ume et Gtctigaber i, now on tiew in lliit
city, Atu a tptendid atoritneiit of ladiet underwear
liand emWoIdered, Call and Me, Dial k Ouiiiilei.
Ora'. Illutk. t
lit convenience of ihe lainenled death of ilr. C T.
Ilillinslum, llie contemplated Kalherint; for the eolden
wettdinf, al .Mr. 11. K. Dillingham, will he omitted; hlil
tlw Kcv, Dr. and Mn. hmiih will he al home on Mon
da), from l r. M., and happy lo meet their1 frirndk
lhe jiriiictial eterciicreadiiij of correspondence,
elc, will take Jacc at 4 r. m,
Honolulu, Sept. 99, tlJl."
A Succcttful llouu I A Succeuful IIoum t A uiik.
ing liiilaix. of tuccc.t In a Kcud Hi) Coodt' way 1.
afforded by ihe lxadinj MUiucry llouu of Cliarlet J,
Pil,e), corner Fori and Hotel Mretit. The Proleio,,
Mr. Fikliel liat acquired lit. art of huldine cuuoio. Any
Dry Good, Houic can, by freely adrerlilii, draw cut
tomert, once or lwk; hut lo hold iheni, awi enjoy their
confidence, call, for tht eteicU. of laci and liberality,
GuuU mult he utaiLcd down and .old (or what ihey
are!, imer intwepicKnl any aitlcle, Thatblh. polity
of Cliarlet J, Fivhel, and lhal policy hat niade llie fuia
one of llie ercatcu In ill Iiim, mi Ihe kadiiij ihorouxh.
far. of Honolulu. Th ladin Millinery Store of
Outlet J, FU.hel, It 14 llooolulu what Mary, it 10
New York. CharU, J. ri.h.l wake, a .pecully of Mil.
tincry. atdT'llie tioreltone uf the tighit of iht city.
with inoileiate capital : old cuablibhcl bmJjH4 1 tpl.n
did owiiine tut the rU'it ua Fur fuilhef iidofnalkm
ajiply al ttoaoflk.. iut
at No. jo and ,1 Klnauiict, Wanan( io carry l
'(lCariUlt(uaraiiee4 lo be lit GOOD OK
DKK, ttMb new iiiuUBbi.t, luu, cwtaUa, i4e and
Trnt ! OkM(
ul r, , IHGOINS.
wMtitm haivl La thai, nltaw tulheTitantnar, A. 1.
CAItfWHIGMT, w the .niW..I,-4, jail iijAU
IfACKPELD ft Co.
OrPKR for ram:
INVOICES Or NEW GOODS
Jat rrre4trl -r C. K Hhh (V'tuMH MMr.)
Cmoftiltig In pari of ai fotUwi t
A URGE ASSOBfMENT OF DRY GOODS,
Mtnlmi, tlrown an.) Wliltt Collont, Drill., Tick,
Inirt, TiltktjT It.il, M.llno. Uxk ami
(olol.il, 4 qullitl.t, Itrppi, Alt tl,
Coboiirgs, Italian Cloth anil
IIUcIc, Groi-emln, Taney, Colored ml Slilp.i).
Ilrr(.( Cr.fif, Ac,
Mcii'm rurnlxliliif (Ititiiln,
Slilitt, Wocltn, Ml.rcl, C.llco, lllrkorr, U.nlm,
tic, Mtllno ml Cntlon Uudrrtlilitl, Wlilln
llosnm Hhirtt. Sockt A Stockinet, Glov.t,
lUndkerclifrfi, I'ouUrdt, . Urre In
vol. nl CLOTIIINO con.litlnt
of Fine HUtk Cloth Costs and
I'siitt, Uucklkln S.tki,
I'antt and Hulti, felt.
Sackt At I'antt.
Do Shlrtt. and
Clilldrrn't Jackrtt, I.
R.Coalt ft Lrjiflntt, Mon
key and Sailor Jacketa, Carpet
Sllpi.fr., Silk and I. C. Umbrella
andl'ara.olt, Fancy and Trarelllnr
Sliawlt, Cotton and Turklth Towel,
White and Fancy Quilt., Felt Hug, and Unit
tell Carpeting, Silk and Velvet Rlliboni, Threads,
White and Pancy DUnkett
Fancy Striped Woolen, two tires.
Scarlet, Oranxe, While Woolen and 1
n anu 4
lluttont for Shirtt, Coats
Genuine IZau de Coloene. I.uMii' K
tractt. loilet SjaK, Writocom, Hair
Oil, 0tnlt, looltinaOIawt, t'ipet, I.
R. Haiti, llarmonluis I.Unk ItooU,
("told Iraf, lewclr), Gold Vicltc
Hemp ft I. R. I'Mblng, Coal lUileti,
Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, Albums,
Vlenuit Fit rHHuvi;
Kilentlon, Arm, Dining room and I'arlor Clulri,
Setteei. Mirrors, etc.,
Sttthltr, Cutftlitn, Olrttt, .NMrrni Utthert
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containinz Ilatet, Cup. Teapot, Itowlt, Oumben,
Rice OiOvM and Itaiert, Uemijolms 3 and 5
Oallon Sample Hottles. Vaeand tjUare, .Manila
and Tarred Rope, Coal Uaci, Gunniei. 'lttlne,
HurtajHt, Wuoljack and I'willcJ Sacking, l.lnen IIoe,
SUGAR AND RICE BAGS,
of all tiea and qualitiet.
(I rover f cm,
Sardlnet In half and auarter bozet.
Salt in Jan, Cattor Oil In tint. Matcliet,
Cocoanut Oil, Wath Blue. H. White Lead,
Slearine Candlet. a, , and 6, K. & P. Bltcult,
tlubbuck t Linteed Taint Oil, White Zinc Paint,
De Laage fils and Boutelleau o Braaay
and other brands. Rum, Gin, St Puld
Beer, Ale and Porter, Port Wine,
Sherry, Rhine Wine, Fine and Table
Clarets, Champagne, Dry Heid-
seick Monopole, Ch Faare, G.
H. Mumm & Co., Sparkling
Hock, Moselle, &c, fltc,
Geniitin timl Ilavatut Clyavn,
Plated ware Spoont, Fork., Cruclt, Tea
ctt, Cujit, Napkia Kin, Salvcrt, etc,
Pocket and Ilutcher Knivet, Sciuors Sheep Sheari,
Needle, bjvxi Kile, Spurt, (alvanued ItaMfit,
Hoon Iron, Kci; Kiveti, llammert, Vcllow
Aletal and Computilion Nailt, CUri&ert,
llabhilt Metal, Suear Coolers llun
Tanlt, etc., alto, White Urother'i
Fire Clay. Blacktralth Coal. Fire Brickt, TU,
Empty Barrett, Oak Boatt, Ac.
Trrin. I.lhrrul, .Viimjifr. Ver t) Freight.
Orden from ihe oilier lUandt carefully altciulr.) la
T AINE & Co.,
FoarSraear. Ilokotru', II, I.,
WE BEG TO INFORM OUR PATRONS
That wc are roiuuaiilly icccMng large ad.
ditlont to otu Uialmf
HAY AND GRAIN,
. And at e pi rerun In Ure U For Cub,
art ttuUcti to
SELL AS LOW AS ANY OTHER MRM.
Ha.lnelhe LARGEST STOCK la Ik. Klnadoea
with the beat ataortoMat, Wm oedd da
welt to obtain our prtcaa Wm
detiof elaewhere. -Wa hatnta
Vel MUI fur lt, irtlh HrlHni fmlUf,
In g'"l older. Will gnnd from lv loot per day,
Sol aetolt for the
The Cheapest, Simplest and Best ia Um.
We are the onlyagcnlifMr llie I'atrnl Hiring Carta,
Any on. imun'mj one of Ibex cum Can iew
cure Iheni Cheaper Ihrougli u, than
by "atkbu ywi frucr for
one, w havlnf u wade
pOK SALE I
Tw Ts 1
TWO SlXONll-HAND KXI'KKSKUX, ONK r
SKA It II A.WKIH- Crr-UNllliK. ON 2
HMCII WAGON, ONK MNUI.K
l)K.V. IIORSK AND
AU the above are la jujJ wW, iMaify at food at sew.
u 0, Wtgf.a
priCKI 'IHE UNDl.ttUONU
mn icjh m fnat m
. . . . i . . . m. " '
ttaacu. kum uu 1
I u, w ! umtm at IM Oak. m Qaasa Ikweal.
Ut..M WWeVa aad IVwttV PWTmTX.
nunnwe, g. g e 1
AILKVS GKKATTCNKNT I
TW Tea Cant kwt tt a Maats, s4 vtt aMaJmsVTi
new aim teutNiMa mammmn
10 Aaattw HoaAi,
I MM Mi
1 ui r,Tis.