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SATURDAY. AUGUST s. tMj.
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Itoual rooms at too Fort tree t.
(inuscrlhers and Advertiser will please address,
THOU. O. THRUM, Publither n.l Proprietor.
AH matter for the Saturday Prei should be
addressed to the SATURDAY PRESS."
Dmihle-column advertisements, cut And larire
types will not lie Admitted Into mir columns;
neither will advertisements be admitted Into "read
lB columns- At any price These rtile will be
rigidly adhered to.
Notice ol any events of Interest transpiring on
the other Islands will alwayi be thankfully received
for publication. Correspondents are requested to
ppend their true names to all communications,
not for publication necessarily, but as a guarantee
that the writer Is. ictlnR In Rood filth,
Iicktotk, government clock; mlsfenil llic
mighlnrs for many it Iiliittc.
A tii vv erment slilevvnlk ornaments riml
"u.ifiss ' tlic front nf tlicfinzctle's IwIUIIiir.
" Risking "in the Merit of the day wV
limn ,' is Inejnl ('iircilene for "out in ihc
Tlie Honolulu Ice I'nctnry Im tliitt ilnwn
for i ft vv ilivs to put In omc new tricct of
It lias out a Chinese of llits town $200 nnit
li. Is to sell lrimr wi'tli'ml (1 license. "There
I- nnlhlnf; in it," John.
The police, thinks to sonic mirujestinns fiom
n New 1 oris newspupcr, liave imcii success
full) rauling C hincsc opium ilens lately.
The Mission ClilhlrcnV Society met last
Sitiirtlo.) nighl nt the residence of Mr. Henry
Uicinensrhneidcr, very few living prefwtit.
Mr. I. C. Jnnt-t, Jr., nnd Mr. Waller Ilrash
cant"! on llic (jiwkI work of the llctlicl vestry
temperance incititips last Saturday evening.
Air. N. I", lliirecss is liiiililing for Mrs.
I-niira Dicksou nnotiicr collate on the lot sit
uated makal J111I1I slrccl, and west of Jvtiusnit,
The .Sprcckcls residence, on I'unahou street,
Is to lie ornamented liy n new iron fence,
which is hclng put up liy Mr, I'. II. Thomas.
Mr. ICenyon, editor of the lliilltlin, his
Iwrn npH)intcd tn a fjovcinrnent school at
, W.nalinlc, in the Koolaupoko district of this
The commission of Mr. I). Makaliti, aeent
of the register's office to take acknowledge
ments of inslrumcnts was cancelled on Ihc 17th
The scorckeeper of the Makiki liaselnll
Raines, Mr. C. II, Ixiw, is an artistic chap, as
a glance at the pen and Ink illustration pre
ceding each score will convince.
Mr. A. T. Atkinson has pone to Maui, for
health, for recreation, and to increase his stock
of knowledge. During his aliscncc, Captain
.Mist holds the editorial fort in the Gazelle
Last Tuesday, Messrs. V. O. Irwin & Co.
inosed eighteen hundred ami seventy-three
lngcs or sugar from the Jrtnie Mnkee to the
V. II. Diinoni! in one hour and fifty-two
Tlnplain J, K, Iwis, of the I'ensacola,
will nreach at the 1 1 A. M. service of St. An
drew Episcopal Church, to-m.irrow. Uev.
Oorgc Wallicc will preach on hoard the Pen
taenia at in A. M.
On the nth instant, forty-seven lepers left
Kakaakn for Kalawao, On the iSth instant,
hfty-onfss ere sent to the same phce. It is lo
lie hoped that at least as many as went last
Saturday may go In-day.
An adult Chinese named Lee I'ce, a
Sjdney merchant, was liaptised hy the Uev.
George Wallace, last Sunday morning. Mr.
C'lmv goes to Sin Krancisco, on business, re
turning Ihencc to Sydney,
The riiles of the supreme and circuit courts
ssill be liound with Vol. .1, Hawaiian Keporls,
and will lie printed in pamphlet form. They
arc not at present obtainable nt the clcil.s
ofiicc of the supreme court.
Captain Haley has called at this office lo
explain that the profanity used in drilling the
muuntcil police was used by Lieutenant
Sin) the, who has been warned by his stiperioi
officer tn discontinue the olTense.
A 1Ie.1l of petty thievery Ins been going on
along the wharves of late. The ships hive
been chief suflVicrs. From lliu'Clsinore, llic
Leana Swcasy and the llespcr various articles
and some money have been stolen.
Atjck, catamaran t
No longer sail it can.
"A hole In lis foreigner
Ia:t tn a rush of water."
Alas, the latamaran I
Mr. A. T. Atkinson purposes lo establish a
private blIiooI 011 his own primiscs, in ihc
building formerly sheltering the teachers and
pupil-; of "St. Allan's College." .Mr. Atkin
Km' lepiitatinn a a teacher is known to
neatly every reader.
The ladies' practice hour at the gymnasium
was iiitemiptid last .Monday night by wiinu
exceedingly rude lads or young men. It is
hoped lh.i,l their ill-timed and inappropriate
"joking" will be discontinued, or else lint
they may be caught nnd thoroughly-tmunrcil.
" llillj cLj man, Ah Chuck. Him actor,
Chinee Tealtr. Allc tame Mkstr Macclab,
-alicc? One sain ill lioy he takee Ah Chuck
lcttc. Ah Chuck Iced him him, lU-apmad,
' llllrc Mill belly hard. Small lwy heap kick.
Look alle same leporter man sniokce oivcluin.
The officers of the I'ensacola have made
several official and social visits during the
vveik, chaticionctl by Consul McKinlcy, They
cnlleil nt tlic Foreign office on Monday, visited
King Kalakana 1111 Tuesday, nnd were received
by Princes.. Liliuokalani, (Mrs. (iovemor
Dotuinis) on Wednesday,
Mr. S. Ik Dole and Mrs. 0. L. Vtich have
made recent donations lu the Honolulu Library,
During July, eighty-kix neuly-aciuircil Inioks
uere placed on the shelves, only almul twenty
iK'tng purchased. '' Hayibm's Dictionaty of
Dales and "A llUtoryof Art " aieainonr
the most important purchase.
Mr. Z. K. M)crs, manager for Sicsovich,
Cray S. Co., one of the Ingest wholesale fruit
hollies of San Krancisco, will open 11 new
Mine at No. 7,3 Hotel slteet, on or aliout Sep
lembei 1st, He will receive consignments of
fresh California fiult and matket proiluce by
every regular slyanicr from the coast. Mr,
Myers has had long experience tn shipping to
and from tropical countries.
The landing at Hicwcr& Co.'s wharf hat,
, generally, moored to it. two or mora of the fol
lowing Ikkvui Queen Kmina, Lvety Time,
Kair I'lay, January, SIiimi Ply, Voung Lady,
& DiJo, llenciia, I'ljing li.h, Way Up, Pensa
' tola. All Ulcus IkmIs arc manneil by natives,
X who, to far as lli writer's experieftee gws, are
X gotxl Uutntrn, Kihtc, goHl-natured and rea
t tonable in Ihcii charget.
U The wholesale nnd retail crvslit sale (if
Jt Mcurs, llackfeld & Co., which concluded last
Monday, and the letall cleiraucc tale of
Mesiis. lUhets iV Co., which iKfpn on the
, tame day, have ptoven allogethcr nucccufiil.
A Thectowd at the Ildert' tale last Monday
morning wa.s mi large lint difficulty in ntaviiig
' aluuit Vvas ctiei!eueval. The Individual ptlcct
y obt.aineil at the I lackfcld tale wcie excillenl,
' while the ictult at theothcr tale wagHHl only
( as nit aggiegate.
" 'he following interesting news item, slightly
kt condensed to nnensify the tine wilting, np-
f iieatml tn the Court Journal fecvntlyi "The
J ling ami ipieen of Scrvla are a very Inndsome
fVouple of loyal copto.. King A(ilan U a noble
.Vlooking prince of vtiy tine iKroiul9pH.'jrancc,
Ouccn Natalie isnn vCis.slinglyH'auttrul Lvly.
lift photo portrait Cjilisouvse fur photo.
Pdi picsctitt one of the most chaiintng
ofro)al a.iO distinguished K-auly, The
ng priuctj (is) a noble looking Iki)-.'1
s'lt-vious "pninacy" Is very InleuMlncly,
1HSWI MHIISniMI lliaSLUIUlCI), IIAISI 111 IOM
Ttlittday's llulbttu. 'I he llokt expedition,
f during th regency of Knahumanu, was
e entirely on llokii Own ietiKinibililvt
J uu the woik of the govcimntiit mdy si
am hum, 1 lien govrivor 01 yaiiu, icprc
I he guveinuifiii, 'i ne expiiiioi n
1 Ji I'aty, in iie sciioonci sianin
Ul'jsjuil, 1S57, nuy havelwn a gov
t slstMUt(uut but it doe not amvar.
IWlHn V.W,. M.U.VM fWTI f, H M ,,M.
ilia L,vinlvi.,i,M.l lt.il tl ,, ll. .,...u
tutit u ww aaytiHiig Mtote truu a private cn-
VHC ' ,
Tin present flioir or the dviriissr i man
ifestly unacipninted vvnh the history of his
own paper In tin daily of tin I )th instant,
An cilitnrial conianinl tin following on nt in
correct htstnrv "I In liM numlier of lhi
I paper was isuil nn W'.Im - iy, Jul) 1, I.S50,
A mv. Adams ixiWi r nrrs-
had ln-cn tmpurt'sl ripri-ssl) for 11 the first
't, till " I..., II,UIII III'" Oil' ."l.lll,.
In the Advestissr for April 2, IS57, appears
;m itccuill 01 B in jiowrr i. n set iiji in iimi
ofTree nine months after the nmwr started.
"It hiil been previously worked off on n
Washington hand press," snys a man with a
The following persons, nil but three or four
01 wiinin are, or were, roemners 01 the o
called moitntal olice, were tried lsi Wolnes
day at the notice court, liefore Pfeshllng-Iiis
lire Wilcox: Tom Mason, Jnims Harris,
Solomon Apikl, Antnne I'lrnambv, IMsld
Peter, Sam Kahia, K colli 1'ilil, Mniola, Kalna
Kinio and Kimt'ona. Apiki nn!nel a tittle
frtncqiit, Tom Maann was sent to the reef for
one montn, .viainia lor twenty onys, isauia ami
Klnieorw for forly-cight hours. I cinamlcr
and Harris were detained in the city prison
lor twetity-lmir hours, ami tlie others were ilis
tnisseil wilh a rebuke. All this arose from a
disgraceful attempt at prirc-fighting, In jshich
Mason anil Mniola were principals, and Ihe
others took mrt.
"Jack ashore" and "a sailor on horseback"
are qmie ns onen niniscii as aiKtsive. mat
many of the PcnsAcola men are Intemiicrale ami
boisterous, cannot beilenleil. Hut itisonl) fair
in state tne cnniiitions ttmicr which rensncola
Jack has liccn serving. His pretient liberty is
the first he has had for ninny monotonous w eeks,
as the Pemocol.1 was uuarniilined while at
Callao, The amusement of "rfi'rln 'round"
is almul tlic mil) amusement that Ihe majority
of Jack considers open lo him. Of course,
Jack is wrong) but he docs not think so, and
it must be remembered that sociUy does not
open its doors to him as it does to his bcltir
educated and lieller ilicssnl officer. And in
temperate though he lie, I'ensacola Jack is not
so bad a fellow ns he might lie.
Last Tuesday afternoon (Iovemor Homiiiis,
Mr. A. S. Clcghorn, nnd United Stales Vice
Consul Hastings went on Imird the I'ensacola
to iKiy their best rcstucts to the caniain.
When they were ready lo go, ihe customary
salute of sevenleen guns was ordered, and, as
tlie lourlli culler and Us distinguished oasstn
gers pulled away from the starlnnrd stair, tlic
two saluting guns opened lire. The sailors in
Ihc culler rested on their oars, and the salute
proceeded unlil seven iruns had lieen fired.
when the primer of the slarliord gun snapped,
anil lodged in ihc sent, (he remainder of the
salute bung finished by the port gun. The
governor siikh 1 1 nc prolonged lire admirably.
Last Saturday morning an aged native
woman, a deaf mute, was run over hy a run
away cxprcssand Inclli injured. On the after
noon of Ihc same da), a hackman tumblrtl
out of his wagon on Liliha street! no damage.
Still later, a native fishmonger, named Keaka,
dropped dead of heart disease at his stall in
7Vir Othrr iMlilmlf.
Copious showers to steady rains have lately
prcvailcddong the Ililo coast.
Kohala has had copious rains so far this
month, anil inc young cane is growing apace.
Fine showers have brought recent comfort
10 most 01 ine planters on the vvinilwaril coast
The Ililo tax assessor has of latn-been wan
dcrinir alone the Ililo toads with soft voice.
honeved words and winning smile; and one
wonders what is behind it all. Peihaps the
complexity of the new tax law has dazed him.
Ililo haslwo Chinese restaurants. Napkins
invc laiciy occn iniriHiuceu ai the nest one,
and are clean. The proprietors arc Anain Sr
Aiiat. f.vcrything is served in home st)lc.
The I'nglish church in I'ueliuehu is progress
ing, and Kohala is possessed of seven chuich
edifices in a line of as many miles. The old
Catholic and the more recent one, the Portu
guese, also Catholic j the Chinese, the I oreign,
Ihc Hawaiian and the Knglish.
The new mill of the Launahnchnc Sugar
Company is fist approiching completion, Ihe
first steam trial of the various engines, pump.,,
etc, having been made on the cvenjng of the
Sth instant, and the first deep loned steam
whistle greeting the passing steamer on the
loiiowing morning, l'.virjlhing was eminently
satisfactory; unusually so indeed. Orindine in
real earnest will not begin for a couple of
Since the new manager, Mr. J. I Jordan,
took charge r the Volcano House, Kilauca,
prices have been reduced. A person of mod
erate means can now visit the world renowned
crater, and not feel that Jiis or her purse had
bceiv-greatly taxid; yet prices were not too
high muter the former management, consider
ing the great scene the largest and ever active
cniler in the universe.
"Ililo and Hawaii were delighted to learn
of the quick Irip of the new steamer Mariposa.
rreiuent mails are very awrptnhlc. 'Ihc
owners deserve great praise and thanks for
their goaheadaliveness. Hxcelsior seems to
be the motto of the firm. Ililo people appre
ciate the kindness of Sprcckcls .V Co. in send
ing them a regular vessel with a very obliging
captain; the vessel having superior accomoda
tions and ear.li time leaves wilh a full comple
ment of passengers, and gitl sized freight,"
says the regular Ililo corrcsiwmclcnt.
A Kohala correspondent sends the following
extract from Harper's Weekly for July 21,
iSSj, tlie italics being his own: "The cultiva
tion of the sugar-cane in Louisiana gives re
suit Jar sujienor to any which the hiiropcan
planter can Iiotic In obtain from the licet root.
ariw Ions ol iui;iir lo Ihe acre, even on well
magured soil, is considered a good crop in
Germany, while twenty anil twenty-five Ions lo
the ueie Is a result commonly obtained in
Louisiana, with no other manure than young
bean stalks worked into the totl."
Uev. K. P. Ilakcr, of Ililo, occupied three
weeks of the past month ingoing round the
Island of Hawaii, on horseback, lie sicnl
two nights nnd one day nt the Volcano House,
Mr. Joidan, the new host, doing the hospitali
ties He went to Kail first, then lo Kona.
Mr, and Mrs. S. I Coan nnd Mrs. C. NV
Arnold left Ililo on the 1 lli instant to make
the same tour, only this last naity go the
reverse w ay, going as Mr. II iker did not, cast to
south and west. He had a delightful trip. It
was n grand way to iccUperatc,
Native churches are evidently at a discount
along the windward coast of Hawaii. One re
cently told for $20, others arc unsaleable, and
most of them aie in a sad state of partial or
total wreck. The liclls, however, are still
valuable, being of use for plantation purposes.
The once large and legulat native congrega
tions have dwindled to nothing, owing to
death, removal, ami the enemy that towelh
tare by night, On the other hand, at various
places, inovci have liven made to erect tuit
able churches fin the accomiuodalioti of the
rapidly increasing Portuguese population, aim
the grow'n-clad padre may lie fretmently met
In his iatoral jouruc)s.
"The Press evidently didn't teethe minl
of one of my last interrogatories. ly the
change of a wool In two places w hich cleaily
was no error of Ihe t) ie setter the editor en
tirely changed the sense as well .is the puint of
it. '1 lie point is this, a common expression
teen in the tncrs is, ' a thoeklif earthquake,'
which may be allowable In cciuln cases, but I
doubt vvheihcr, as a rule, it U any more cor
rect than it would be to say 'a stroke uf a
blow,' or 'a Jeik of a shake,' may lie
wrong in regarding tlmm at nearly jurallel ex
pressions; but the) soeni to me to. The Puts
made me ur ' a stroke or a, blow," a jerk or
a shake' I think 'an earthquake,' it correct,
mil shock of canhquake," vv tiles ihc Kolul.a
correspondent. The iiileuding editor hat been
tent to Waikiki for a phwge In the tea.
Mr. J. A. Mattin writes from Ililo as fob
low; "i-'iank W. Damon has visitcil i,i.
All who know him aiul his work must be well
awaie that giKkl is accomplished vvhcicvtr he'
goo. A building has U-cn rented here and
jiltcil up for a I'hmese uieellng housei nnd Ins
lievn oiwued with appropriate service Kcv,
,S. C. Haiinm and wife have-aided (heir sun
greatly while at Ililo. On the evening of ihc
15th instant, (here wait asocial gathering at
Ihe lueeling-house which wai foimeilynccu
ued as a residence by Asa Claik, an t. reti
dent or I lilo. T he building is large enough at
present, luit it is iopwt a luger one will Ik;
required, hud ileal a churi.li an, a school. loom
will lie treciwl in limcj at prexnt, the ulicol
meet In the foreign chuich, At the tocial
gJlhering, which was a large one, addresses
were made by Kcv, Mr. Damon, Kev, V P.
IkikiNt, Le. Uy and I'rank, Diiuon. At the
close of tin; HaUiering, a go,s cup of tea, with
cakw, Here handed tuuivj. A riieud'LH.Iieve
tuucli k1 vvrlt vuwe fiuui thw efluit, and the
1111, I'l as lr w, t.
Ifeie, Itrr flfrers. Iter I nfntr ilhil
The steam frigate Pensacoh, United States
man of war, arlivcil last Sunday morning from
'( allao, after a monotonous voyage of thirty
seven days and sixteen hours, timing which she
met no sail.
Allhongh well known tn llonotulans, a brief
description of this ilislln.nmlied ship is always
in order. The Pensacola was named from the
ships ard in which she wnslntilt, lieing launched
In 1S5S, ami Is, therefore, 27 years old. She
is 250 feet long, 42 feet Iieam and 21 feet hold.
The Peiisnrol.i Is an oldstvlc three-decker-a
favorite among sailors, who use the middle,
tlie "fighting deck," as a lounging place
while cruising rr in port. She isa snhtiing
ship, earning the same battery of iwcnl) two
broadside Uahlgreen 9 inch rifled, mttzle
I'Millne guns that she had dining her war ser
vice; besides she has two 1 1 -inch pivot guns,
and two brass breech-loading saluting how
itzers, 12 imnnilers. Her engine is one of the
ninny put into federal men-of-w'ar under the
direction of Lieutenant II. I . Ishcrwood, then
head of Ihc bureau of naval construction nt
Washington, tl is a powerful, durable and
easily managed engine, though not capable of
great speed. In general nnjiearaiice, Ihc I'en
sacola Is less the Ideal frigate of historical
pictures and naval yarn description than is the
Hartford. She is, however, a handsome ship,
ami, like American xhlps-of-war geneially, Is
kept in admirable condition. While here she
will be repainted.
The most interesting event in the I'cnxa
cola's history Is her Kttticiiallon in Ihc fight
wilh "llollins' rams" one of Ihc earliest
naval engagements' of the American rebellion,
llollins, who left Ihc federal navy In enter
llic service of the Southern Confcdtrac), was
made a commodore at once. In (Jreelc)'s
"American Conflict," p. fxij, the history of
the event is given as follows!
In OctnW, the North was Mauled by the following
bulletin, which nme.ired as A trleRram fnim New
Orleans to the Hirfmiond iviprs ;
Pour Jac kins, Octnt,er 19, 1M1.
IjKlnixht I ntl-ickril Ihe Hxkadcrs wilh in) hole
fleet. I Mirreedcd, nfler l very short sltlizide, In driv
ing them nil ngrotindrm Ihe .Sotithwe-l Pnss !r, es.
il the Prel.le, nsttA ilr. I eaplurrd A prle
from them, and, after the weiefast insind, I prpjiered
them well. I here were no caMiltlics on our side It
was A complete success. Iloinss.
Oinnander llnllins, formerly of our Nav y, nnd more
notorious than famous for his tiomU-inliueiit of tlrcj.
town, Niearaftin, hid drawn rillier libcrnll) on lies
imacinallon in the nlovc. Ilisprire was a descried
loaflmat; he Ind not sunk the Preble; nnd his "pep
peruiR" was done nt a prudent distance, And with little
or no efTecr. Hut ho hid hurst uiiuil our lupiidron
M.xkndini; the mouths of ihe Mississippi, nt 3:4$ A. ir ,
of tint ih), wilh A flotilla mnii.neil of his ram Maieis.
is, three fire mfis, ami foe armed steamers, I he ram
slrnck our flic -MenmthipKichmoni I, e.'nptniriPoi'C, MaV
in)Z in her sideUbw the water luie, nnd, (Urlhenio.
nienl, llirealeniiii her destruction. Our sipimlron, con
hislimzof Ihe Kirhmond, Preble, Vlncennes, and Water
Witch, Instant!) shped iheir cables, And rin down the
Southwest Pass, very much ns the) would hue done
hsd nil on lMrd licen eutisidernl ly trishlensd Com
mander Itolert Ilundy, of the Vlnccniirs. inn his vessel
nround In the flight, nnd deserted her w lib all his men;
setiin n slow uiatrli to drstrny her, which happilv
failed, lbs vessel was rrrosercd unharmed, llielire--rifls
were entirely avoided; the HcUl steimbixitl not
venlurini; within range of the Richmond's giins; while
llollins' haste to telegmph his victory sceins lo have
cost him all its legitimatr frliite IIe)oml the destruc
tion of the fireships, the lossi-son eilhcr side were of
Mr. Whilehousc, carpenter of the I'ensacola,
w ho had charge at the lime of the construction
ofabatlery on a little island in the mouth of
Ihe Southwest Pass of the Mississippi delta,
sa)S the Pensacola, and not the Kiclimond, was
in the fight which took place after dark,
llollins' principal ram was the towlxnt Webb
then considered the fastest in the United
Stales. It was protected by cotton bales, and
its lmvv armed with railway iron, so placed as
lo make a formidable engine of destruction.
When the attack took place, Ihe Pensacola
was lying liehinil a co.ilship. Tlie Webb's
"ram" struck this coalboat amidships, trans
fixing her and slightly penetrating the side of
tlie Pensacola. The four Federal vessels
shipped from their moorings io avoid the fire
tafts, of which there were twenty sections,
each 30 feet long, made of cedar logs, pilch
pine and tar barrels, all blazing liricely. As
they passed the battery on which he was at
work, Mr. Whitehouse lioarded the I'ensacola,
and remained wilh her during the rest of the
engagement. The Preble and the Vinccnnes
were slonps-of.war, the Water Wilcli was a
small gunlmat, mounting, however, Iwo rilled
howitzers. After moving some distance down
the stream, the IVnsacol.i grounded. She
then opened broadside fire iin the Wcblmml
its attendant gunboats. 'Ihe range of her
guns vyas longer than that of the enemies', nnd,
with lite active assistance of ihc Water Whch,
which ran to and fro ninnnt! the Itebcl thins.
Ihc enemy was kept at a distance, and com
pletely discomfited. The Pensacula was in
Ihc pissage of the Mississippi and capture of
l,. 1.. s..-:i .e-: -J:A ',...,
1 un.ij;in in jijiiii, iiu, nun saw consiucrailic
other service Licsulcs.
She has been 011 her present commission
twelve, )ears, during which she has changed
officers many limes, ins lieen most of the time
a llagsnip, niullias seen a ileal of active peace
service. Admiral Hughes, who will probably
visit this port in the Hartford sometime before
Christmas, was Ihe Pensaeola's last admiral,
being preceded by Admirals Ilalcli, Stevens
and lingers. Iler present officers, for the
most art as published in the Press a few
weeks since, are as follows:
Chaplain. ., ..
, Henry I'rlien
Oeorge l Kuli
folio K Lewis
s Kufus Parks
.Ostfir I . lleserman
I reilrii?L. lf.-inrnnl
Wnlth Ollicers. . I.Uiiienanls P. II. IKbuo, K. II.
Underwood, Alexander Miarp, J. A. Shtannaii
Knsisiu .tieorKe W. lluificld and I rank R. Ile.ith
Al.iruie OlTiter. ,Seeontl I-ieiilenanr James A. 'turner
I'ust Alsi, I.M.I Kligioeers.l. , 1 1. live), I, Wooslcr
I'ast Assi. .Suras ..I. It. luldwin, tleoree P. Lumsdcii
l'ajneaiter's Clerk . . WiUum .McMurmy
NavalOidels ,. P. II, Conant, Andrew MeAluicr,
lhoiuasC. Prince, John J, Plaiidin,
Albert L. Key, Plulo If. .Metliflin
Paslswain . lolm ILsnln,
'"liner . . .'i, p, V, liable
Uirnler . .S. N. Whiiihouse
Sailuuker ... A. A. Warren
The Pensacola will sail for Yokohama early
next week, where her officers, are likely to
meet Iheir brother officers iJ- the Essex. She
will carry to Captain Carpenter and his gallant
crew the alohas of all Honolulu, and to Sur
geon Until the slight tcslin10ni.1l of this city's
appreciation of his worth as a gentleman amj
an orator, lo which attention has previously
la'en called in these columns. I'roni 'Yoko
hama she will proceed lo Hongkong, Shiga
)iore, Ikatavia, Madagascar Thursday Island,
Cape Town and Hampton (toads.
Last Saturday's baseball liame. Hnnolulans
against Unknowns, alias Kackiacl.s, alias
Amities, anas jonlans, which has been the
"town talk" atnoiii! the "tossers" for 1I10
past week, vvat an interesting and exciting
game up lo Ihe eighth inning. Then the lion,
olulans went to the bat, the score being seven
and nine in favor of the Jonlans, and
"isiuudcd" Parker lo Ihe tune of ten runs.
giving them a ttart, which ihey maintained
mini inc vim 01 tne game.
Taking into consideration the fact that Ihe
Jordans weiecomposal of new men who had
not pia)ai together as a club he-hirc, aim that
Ihe Honolulans had iheir full infield, the
latter have nothini! lolxust of. and. fomnv-nno
to insinuate thai the Honolulans were holding
olffuf seven innings, is a mere absurdity. The
aine was noi ju.ijeii out iiecause ol darkness
iilervrntne. Die Ilonolulans had seventeen
runs, and six the advantage at the close.
The llonoluhm pljjcii lbs-irregular in-fielo.,
wilh twntule, in the out.
The Jordan second hasuliecamciriltc ex
cited towards the last of the game.
(ieorge Smithies, nf the Jordans, made two
or three very pretty lly-catclies.
1 isnci, in inc nonoiuians, lost, a liy in
The Mine was umpired in a fair and Immr.
tial manner by Mr. Wall, of the Oceanlcs.
Ikildnin, of Ihc Oceanlcs. cauelit for ihe-
me uccantcs will not go into the field as a
nine at present, as tome of the club arc tick.
This afternoon tlie Honolul 1111 will coniesi
with ihe Castle nine, the noted U'kle to pitch,
and Uirr) Uhhid the bat, Imlh haviivj been
iniM)ilcd fiom Tiisco K-r Mariposa,
The Press will present an un.il.ii.lged tcorc
I am authorize,! to stale Ihal the talkeil of
"money" game will not be plawd by he
IioiHilul.llis, at least. As iiianv-of the ().-, 10.
let are of a like mind. I think ihe Amities
had best content themselves by tendlug "sky,
scapcrs" along the "diamon.1," and not nek
in get ncn py Helling. It is not Ihc thing o
Pioinole iivoit, or lo win fur llic rant ihe re.
tpcel of our Iwst citizens, I'msr IUsk.
.lines: me- iniir was put in mw (ir. A, i,
Kllii has nlferesl si purse of $to. In lw 0,111.
IM for by the several elulis, in .t manner o
K- aiiangeil herrafler.l
A ...Hiil.-n.st, HU....I.1... .1... l.r t .. --
fts,..,s..i,. s,.iiij.w, uMi ins luirsc was
Uully fiighirnctl at tlie rfluine of the Wilder
railway, whtih v.s ttaiidini' pn the tjaek
nuuka the King ttrect cfotsslnv, so, ilwt ihc
I,"!.- vi,s usm, 1, sswistsniiy. 411c vaiMsT Ull.
llcman compbiat lbt Uc' Cfowiits; it w
piojmly plrnkml ihe tifc i4i of tbete-td-
Tie lintrtll f hrttll fourr.
This court convened at Js'awlllwili on file
day, the 71I1 instant, lion. II. II. Austin, pre
tiding justice; Hon. J, Hardy, circuit judge,
nssociilc; Mr. W. A. Whitney, fur the crown.
There were aUmt a dozen indictments pre
scnleil, but most of them for less serious crimes
than those for which the prisoners resieclivcty
stood commuted, as the native district judges
have ver) exaggerated ideas upon the degree
nf offenses examined into liefore I hem. An
instance of this wax the committal for "rob
In-ry" of a shepherd, who. In carelessl) firing
olT a gun in Ihc nighl, nenr a highwa), with
Ihe avowed miiHc of scaring nlf dogs, which
he supposed were Ihe cause of a staniicde
among his sheep, wounded a horse ridden by a
native. He was convicted of assault with a
A native man and woman were convicted of
perjury, committed on the trial of a charge for
I'nco, charged with the malicious burning of
sMndlng cane on the I.tlntc plantation, was
acquittal, being ably defended by Mr. S. II.
'I he most serious criminal case was that of
Makean, a Chinaman charged wilh a criminal
assault uwn a lady, nn olfensc which, last Jan
uary, considerably agitated Ihe island, amies
iectally the Hamlci district. The court ns
signal .Mr. C. . Asliford In defend the
prisoner, who was convicted, and sentenced lo
live )cnrs hnprisonment.
Walues'ilay was exclusively devoted lo the
somewhat noted divorce case of Annie K.alil
baiim and Uniis Kahlbaum, Imlh of Koloa;
which resulted In .1 decree of absolute divorce
liecauseof Ihe husband's adulter). Mr. Ash.
ford (for Smith & Thurston) prosecuted, and
Mr. Dole defended this suit,
'Ihe only civil jury case was that of nil ac
count lietween two Chinamen, Ihe jury giving
a verdict for plaintiff without leaving the
room. Mr. Asliford for plaintiff, Mr. Dole fur
Court adjourned Thursday, the f)lh.
Tlii- rinnlrr'n .It mil hi ft.
The Planter's Monthly for Augti't contains
four alitoriilss Is Isatnoning Profitable,
The Caiie-llorcr, 'I he Slock and llnml I
change, 1 he Libel Suits.
In lis mention nf the stock Imard Ilsa)s:
"'I he evils of so-called Mock" gambling w'eie
recognized liy Ihoso who organized the ex
change, and the management of llic associa
tion was placed in the control of men who will
prevent, so far ns possible, tendencies in lint
In reviewing tlie recent libel suits, it well
says; " There is no Ioiil'ct a doubt ns to tin.
right of tlie public lo know fully the nature of
the character and conduct of iheir servants. A
fountain cm not give forth IkiiIi sweet and hit
ler waters; neither can a public officej-so con
duct himself as to scandalize Ihc community
without nt Ihe same time prostituting llic dig
nilyof liis office, whether such conduct be-in
relation to his so called private life, or con
cerning his official duties.
'1 lie most piclcnlious piper in the number
is an article on Ihe Itoilmg of S)iup and
Molasses in Vacuum, lo Piodiieu Yellow
Cr)ttal. In Ihc Sugar Cane for March and
April, iSSi, appear two articles taken from
ihe Demetara Argo-,y, the bulk of which goes
to make up llic bulk of the above mentioned
essay in the Planter's Monthly. The Argosy
articles .are signed "An Overseer," nnd it h
possible that Mr. Louis J. Mormon, who con
tributes tlie-ssay to the Planter's Monthly is
the overseen who wrote the articles for the
Dcmcrara Argosy. If not, his work makes
such perilous trespass on Ihc province of
palgiarism that Mr. Lionaron may wake up
some fine morning and find himself in the
pillory of public censure.
.llailtirMH-Cillrllr unit Tlie llnrhnrii V.x.
Messrs. II. K. Dillingham & Co., of thiscily,
have Ihc sole Hawaiian Islands' agency for Iwo
radically dllTercnt lines of protective merchan
dise. The first lo lie introduced by llicm was
Ihc maiineso-calcilc firenroof safes, simmr
lioxes, Iioih). receivers and jewel cases, of
wmeti ..icssrs. IZ. h. lirown .V Co., arc the
Pacific Coasl agents. Tlic writer vv as picsr-nt
. . iv-s. .,, iu.iin:i,-siieiie' untie 111 llic
vacant lot opiositc Ihe new city hall, San
J'rancisco, in January or Ichriiary of this year.
Two lmxes, containing papers, were placed in
Oregon pine bin fires, and left there an aver-
age 01 aiMiui iiuy minutes. 1 nc lesiilt was
- r i . . rr. ....
thorotirghly satisfictory tmevery person pres
ent, including half-a-dozen newspaper men and
several prominent merchants,
Now, in order to make nssuranee doubly
sure, the enterprising inqiorlcrs of Ihc " Cal
cilc coin conscrvcr," as a llosion cnlliusiast
terms it, have introduced the Harkncss pneu
matic fire-extinguisher. The manufacturer
We nfTer our I larkness pneiimonc fire exllnsuisher to
incpuuiie, nui ;is a means 01 cxiintiisiims laree con.
IUgr.inons, but of preventing thcin It is a well know 11
fact tjnl alMjuUiinety itr cent of the tires thttoccur
nreillscotercd in their incipient stages, and cin 1 es
lingiiithril without ni-ucri-il loss if suilvl.te incins are
emplsscd. 'IheiM! little engines are alwijs rrady,
iuwerfulaud "siiVe, and will subdue nnd citiuguWi
tire in their liicipieucy escn wtiMlthr fires are of an
ntariiuns extent, nnd nt Ihe same lime nvuid daiuie
llml would m-ccseinl) follow if water aloiw was usnl.
In enves w here no waler can be had Ibese machines are
invaluable, 'the extensive adoption and use of llu-se
machines is due exclusively In tilth intrinsic merits nnd
the acunl srrvice.w liich ihey are constantly rendering.
In suppnii ofthc merits of lioth Ihe magneso
caleite and the extinguisher, the agents have
arrangal soon to give a public lest of the value
A MUitntl .Yen- iliriom.
Mr. Oeorge II. I'assett has transferred his
portly presence from Ihe tiopic swelter ol
Juecn street lo the cool corridors of the
Hawaiian Hotel, ("or nineteen long and
weary ) cart Mr. l'nssclt struggled with the
intrinsic and extrinsic difficulties of tavern
keeping in 'harp Chicago and cosmopolitan
Triscn; and. during all that nineteen vears,
remained tall and slim and elegant of figure.
Ifanyoncof ihe million or less Ilonoluluans
who Ihink they know how to run a hotel
WOlllil llkl til lirrsiiail. llwioc. !..: ll.s, i l-,..1-
.,-. ... .............. ...W...-V..V ,1,., U ..111,1-
ord' life's' a merry one, let them go talk to
George, and he will most elegantly undeceive
them, 'tic will relate how nineteen Cincin
nati! drummers came into the Palmer House.
one night, and insisted that Uenige should
amine uieir various larn; noiv'iney tlirealeneil
lo fill all the water-coolers in the house with
their "jsircinc product" if he didn't decide
which was the best of the nineteen samples;
how each of the nineteen twore thai it the
poor fellow decided against him, he should
"die at suntise"; and how he compromised
by ordering nineteen ions, one from each
drummer. And then, he will tell sou how,
during the firtt Union Square Comieiny's
't'rlsCn engagement, he used to be mistaken
for Charley Thome, and asked evrrv where-
by cvctyliody, every day. lie will tell )ou no
end of truthful tales, well worth listening to, if
)ou "get on the right tide of Win." Hut
whether )0u do or no, )ou will find him nlwa)s
courteous, always attentive, and always "on
deck" if he maintain his San I'ranciscan
t'lllll mill IV(rMMi-llll,
Tlie Alden Fruit and Taro Commnv. hate
secured their chatter. All the tlock lias liecn
suliscrilicd. They have nbeady put tome
$lS,roo into building, mnchiuciy, etc., at
xjiiiiku, ,naiii, inoiyiaro, naiunas ami oilier
vegetables or fruit by the successful Alden
process.-The woiks, anal present constituted,
consist of a thtee-ttory structure 40x30, in
which aie large Alden evaluating jenis capi
hie of (li)ing two tons of lianmas daily. A
mill for grinding taro Into (lour Is now due
fiom San Francisco, and when tei up will en
able the mill to turn out two Ions of flour a
lay. The mill will ccntLt of nine rollers,
arranged In ihrcp sets. Thn advantage of
Hour fiom which poi may lie made In quantity
tmuil, without thedelavihg of preiearing palai,
V,ill doubllcss; l appreciated by all large em
plovers of native lilior. Tjie banana drjlng
will lie of two kinds, one a toil of confection,
the oilier for rooking purposes. The sale of
liananat will piincisilly foreign, wilh San
1'r.iucisai as llic princhval inaikel, pi ol ably.
Taro (lour will be introduced in American ami
l.iiroieaii markets, and ileserve-s to Ucoine at
kipular as arrow root, tago, or any oilier fail
nartus nroiluettoii. Itetulents of hese
islands, who know how much work ran Ise
done on 4 poi diet, ileal not fear to recoiu-
menu 11, ,
The stivkholdeni of the Mulual Telephone
Coinpany met last Thursday oflcriwkMi, oc
rvptsal (lie recenlly graninl chaitcr, atloplnl
by, laws, and elected the follow int nenllrmcn
ofticvrit II. AWiJrinami, piesUxotj Henry
Wateihouse, viceprusidentt A. I. Caituriuttt.
j a 11. ...u.. ex- 1... .. 1 ' s. r. 1
'It JrUw9 ;..,isvtn, ,h; IHSSsMHrHI MW WC-
priiUriit aie x-ocio Bwubert of tb Jwesc-
JL latVSZHf at lftftfsjma m lCk.A Bft- I J... .A . I - T-
leuaie, hwco wvh ict tsscfsrWry,
Keirrtie fie Unlit
At eleven a. m., last Thin sil.iy, while the
' itupoital llnlslein bull Hercules, belonging to
jutiK- o,t inij, was ocing icii vvitn watermelon
tindsby tr, Mmin II.1rtin.1ni1, .1 joung man
1...1.,. li.r ..II.. I -, , . r.l ..
at Pawaa dairy, the bull liccnme stiildeiily
angcral, broke the niie by which hr wots
fasteneil, and chargal iqioti Il.1rlni.1nit, who,
slartlng lo run. liped, trlo)eil and fell face
umvnnarii, uieiiuii strtici. i lariminti oner
while l)ing Willi his face In Ihe ground, break
ing three rihx. Ilarlmann then turneil, and,
grasping the bull by the horns, managal, with
rare pressure of mind, lo keep lirtween them
for some time. At last, the bull, sinking him
self free, gored tlartmann once in the left side,
Ihe Imtn culling a gish in the nlalomcn, down
ward and towards the navel, following the ex
terior lining of (he stomach. The bull then
moved back a few paces and started to attack
Il.1ttni.1n11 again, when 1 hcog Peris a Portu
guese, came to the rescue with a club. Pool
Ishly dropping Ihc dub, Peris caught Ihe bull
hy the rope. The animal instantly charged,
violently forcing the unfortunate man against
a small dec. Lectping and Brling to run,
Peris was followal by the bull, who lossod
him several limes in the air. Joseph Perls
then came In his brother's rescue, driving the
bull offwilh n club. Doctors J. S. and II. C.
Mcfircw were callal. Ihey l Mr. Mitt
matin's ribs and sewed Ihc gash In his side.
The Injury tn Mr, Peris lias at present de
prived him of Ihc use of Ills lower hnilis. T he
ph)slciaiis think that his condition is merely
Ihe result of '.Jie seVctc shock sustained,
although it will take several days lo show
whether his spine ins been injured or no.
Thr Atlnr .1 tin If.
Lliiroit SArtiiuiAV Prims-.Vr: On ihe
16th instant a case of assault nnd hallery of all
unusually ferocious chancier occurred in the
Chinese theatre. It might have resulted fa
tally hid it not been for the timely inteifrrence
of Ihc bystanders. It was a most cowardly
attack. The object, on whom the culprits, a
couple of actors, venttd their rage, is only a
tiny of seventeen. Ills olTense was in having
a teller in hit possession for the manager of
the theatre, lie undertook its dclivei) at the
request of a stranger, ns lie was going there lo
call on n friend. The two actors in question
intercepted the Idler, and, without the least
provocation, knocked down, kickal and tram
pled on llic messenger, who, when rescind,
was found toTie very seriously injured.
'lheirfriends explained that the) had been
greatly incensed by the receipt of siuriilous
letters the day previous, nmi naturally pre
sumed that this was another such. 'Ihereli
tives and friends of the liov consider the- in-
liliriestliit had liecn inllicledgrcnlly aggravated,
because these injuries were received m ihe
hands nl aclors, the profession1 being held in
lovv esteem by Chinese society. They nnd
their posteriry, It is said, are excluded fr,
competition for official and literary honor.
Tim majority of Chinese merchants are of
Ihc opinion that it would be dccidcdl) belli r
to have Ihc thealre discontinued. ISccaiisc,
iiie-j anege, 11 nas mi 'ymc time past lieen the
resort of the worst characters; gambling nnd
opium smoking have bc.-n boldly carried
on, and there are other vices cultivated.
All these combined lo turn the theater into a
iiendeinomuni, from which It Is iinixissible In
keep Ihe) ouiig men, unless (he place is sup.
pressed beyond hope nf resurrection. It is
certain, that the theater and "the trick that
are vain," which appear to characterize Ihc
place, are viewed unl.ivorably by Ihe.most re
spectable clement of our Chinese society, and
the place will bear watching by the authorities,
.Sf Aniillivr I'i iilrst.
HlilTOR SATORIiAV I'RISS Sir; Humor
Ins it that one of ihe appointees lo the lioard
of tax appeals for ihe district of Wailukii is a
man who ha been acting as deputy tax as
sessoi. If this is so, it is wrong, and the ap
pointing power, if he did it in ignorance,
should yet make a change, as he cannot here
after slale that he did not know the facts in
the matter. It is not claimed that the ap-
iointinent is nnconslitulionil, but there is a
hlness in things which is recognized by all in
The parly who Ins acted as deputy assessor
is more than likel)' lo be biased, and is not fit
to sit as judge on ihe merits or an assessment
which he himself has made, f-ast vrar ibis
district was imKscd upon : in that the Uianl of
appeals consisteil ol three natives, whereas,
the custom which made law heretofore has
been to have one foreigner and two in lives.
Seeing lint foreigners own three-fourths of ihe
i.axanie property It would sound lieller In
hear lint Iwo foreigners land one native con
slitutcd the lioard of appeals. Persons who
are so heedless of the actions of (hose in au
thority as to lie indifferent to their conduct are
unworthy of the liberty acquired for lliem by
Wailuku, August 19, 1SS3.
Messrs. Dillingham & Co. will give an ex
hibition of the resisting qualities of Iheir file
proof safes, and of the efficacy of Iheir new-
lire extinguisher, tn day at noon, at the foot nf
'I he Consuelo, from San Francisco, is off
me pon ps we go to pics, and will ptnliably
have a mail which will lie opportune and
Office of Superintendent ol Waler Works,
IIonoii ee, July 3, i85.
All iersons hatin; Water Prluloges are nonfed ihal
iheir Wat Katis are siaMe seiiilssiininlly, In ml
vance, nt ihe office of the SuK-rintendrnt of Waler
Wolks, foot of Nlltiantlll stmt, iismi Ihe 1st day of
January and July of each) ear. L'. II. WILSON,
llS'tf Suiirriiitciiitciil Water Woiks.
To Ihe Satunlay 1'resii, whose accounts have bwn
jiresented fnim lime to lime, are respectfully requested
to make early settlement of the tame, 1561111
A Card of Thanks.
II. I. J. M. S. Kltijlo Kuan Honolulu, Augn-a 5,
lS8o Messrs. Kennedy X Os, Wholesala Orocers,
llonolevtu C.c-ntlciueu ; We leister to )uu ourthatiVt
for the able ami efllslent manner In vtldch vou sum bed
our tdlp oiih your goods while in this (Kin and hue. I
us oul for sea. And after a lliorouuli cxaufniallon.
cummetid our house for handliiiK fresh, lint class
oodi, at rc-isonable price, and recommend you to thf
favorsUeconsidcraiiunpf nil naval vesielt vUiilni: lour
port h ncevl wf supplies. Very respetafully,
b. U. IIO, L'uplain.
K. VAMAMOIO, Chief Surceon.
S. NAUOI, CliisrPav master
151 ira X. A1I1AK.V, AsiMant l'amjsler,2
Wells, ParKo & Company,
(he twit kmwsii and must reliable f.xpres-. Comiciny in
thevvcstl, liaio(icticd an nKiiK-)- in lloiudulu foi the
mwi4 and elTidcnt diqiauh of I'lckages or Ullcri
fiouilhe I lawaiiali blinds lo any part nt Ihe Unilrd
bun or I'urt'i', In which the Company Ins agencies
ur uiihi stlitct) It mvkes conneclsmt. 'bq pumipal
uint I., be rcms-pd-rrcd aUmt this budncss Is, flm Ihe
Cuuwiny will lake Packages frviu tin .Stores, A.rmles
or (-.evidences of its Patrons, mid drliver them nt their
destination, f.ir One Oiarje iw ludmg Insurante,
PMiy sikI Custom House HrvLcraee. llt Comiany
has fjcilTlis-t f.u-th Innq.iiuiloii of Q,n uunpialrit
by any mUr esn)lnj cumian) , Its buuiense (niuness
emUcs it lo secure liaurauce atrtiiurlal-ly liwulrv
1 lie great as'cufiiiissUtiMn to the isiUic in all this can
be understood al a .lance. 'lbs Honolulu A.CIK)' of
ili Cuupany it .1 Kuberlson 4. Css's Nes Siis;. ' he
iiM U Mr. W, (i. Ail.biv, Lhi welt known fiurn hit
cumeclkin with the f.Lii-ss Uoiiieu in iMtciir.
A Suaessfut llisisol A Successful IIuumiI AmiiV.
liiSbwaiHof tuct est lu Celail Or' (kult' way is
ill'xJol to the sdin- Miliuer) lluuse of Chailet J
FitUI, cu iter rort and Hottlsireees The rrupiuinr
Mr, Hdiel lias acqulra! ihtMXot uotdini; ruaoia. Any
ly Ouudt IIoumi can, bv fresly adteltising, draw cus
loujcrl, ismeur Uiccj 141 to h.J.I llieal, alrilJoy hir
confijence, cxllvf tU exeicise of tact and lib-raht),
&! must U nuclei osiu and suLI f.-c what iWy
rv, never luis-v'-nssM uy aqiele. ITut Is lk pJisy
fCreulea J, HsIkI, ami (hat policy hat Uksste lbs irw
un f Ihe greatest in its hue, ou Ihe IuvJhw th.swiili
fr ef llanuluhi. '11m U-nlus-i MiUsMry (loe f-f
vmiioj. nsi, is 10 uons-iuhi wbM,)iacy' ite
New VwW CtuiUJ. fW-Jut-.as,eJUJn.of Md
liuery. sT he imi kt urn 4 lU iliu vf the city.
(jukss-t aad Gewk-mM viUis Saa I'tssoslsco wiM
Ht vt-ry slesisAHe lJraiU.1 IUu-wa Ij. ggii Ii4 lu-
UmNsx.IIoisv -, C-r .HiMk. )((.
AALUAnLE I.AND3 IN KAUAI,
pari 01 rin rsiAn ore tircoMii.
Ilyonlr of A. R tlMr1t. Vjn , and V. t) Smith,
Inmess rmlr IS will of Cnatto Hicowdi,
deeev-si, f will tell nt pnMle meilm,
On Mnnitny, .Iniitnmtmr 2 . Hi,
AT I II , AT StV SUlMsrVlSt,
Those Tsii Valaablj Tracts of Land at Kooliti,
Ilhnd of Kami,
Wont "Wnlnknlnii mill Knhlll,
AniACTirr to th Km sita PcAirrAtKi.
Wnhkahn contains nn area nt ijt-,i 100 Aires.
TiTH im sivihr.
Kahili, adjolnlnir Wnlakilna, contains anarei of
I7HJ Acres. Title Pee Simple.
iirrsE ark noiiirriMs
run unsTr okazinc. lAUm on kaimi,
Ami on Knbili, thre ore sevenl liunVlred ncrei
Finn Cmin Lnnils.
Ileth rf t!i-nl.i mentlnneil rreUnf I fsl will l
oHerrd In one lot lugrth-r, ntthi
Ujifsnt Prlen of 88,00(1,
I'or further partlslitiis, nly liiSmllli.le I loir. Ion,
3 Mereleiut sheet, wbele iilrteys anil il.edl tan If
seen, Dseils.il esnseof purchaser.
U5 K. P. Ail.WIS. Auctioneer.
ALUAnLE UK Al. HSTA1K AT KALIIK,
1 hue reteived instructions f,nm P 0.
Wallrr, I'.sil , tootferat put lie and ion,
On Sivt nrdii y. .. Sciiitonibne 1st
At tl o'clock msiti, at in) salesrnomi
(Hs-IIandsome rtrstdence on the Government road
AC KAt.llll, OAIIU.
I he House is almost new, thoroughl) built m a Tost of
01 f r $5,c o, and is
l-ilrtir, llnmiiu mill Ciiiiiful lilhlr.
a br.uvANrs nou.sr, with two rooms.
ts eitm tiik rnFMtsr.s, Also
A COACH IIOUSi:, AND .STAM.r. &TALUS
rore tii urn uoKsra.
the tail has nn area of nliniit 'IWO Anil si or,,r
ein l-e well uaiered
Also, win cp snen tvitiriuATiu Arrrx sace, or
Ona Ifouso mill Ijot,
'111" I At of Ijnd adjoining l!i above premises, con-
111111111; nn Area 01 nuoui .l,s,i, ne.Krb.
I li f. AIIAMS Auct';oir.
Piioiiaiit toanordi-rof the Hon. A. I'raneis Judd,
Chief Juslit e of the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Isliuds. ibl-d April 3i,
ifiSj, uulhuriiing ihe 0
Snlo of Cortiiln PiirtnorsliI) Ao oiiuts.
In which Mr. Dlward l'urrtenau is interesred.
I AM lNSTRlCIFIl 10
SEH AT PUBIjIC AUCTION,
isntnitlrejr, Siqitcnibor 1, 18HI5,
at i o'ciiici. si , at sai Ksittmvi,
'Ihe IoIIWiui: onlstindini; claims of lh firm of II.
Ilackfrld i (.a.tojjrther with
ii:cuiiiii.s 'ini;isi;uNio hkloncinc,
AS MKNTIONKtl IIKMFArTl P, VlZt
Claim it;alunt H. M. Whltnoy,
KUA1WA, kAC, HAWAII,
fownmniinliui-toaliout. . $37,ouu
Sccurnl by I ife Insurants- Policy fs $iouo.
Claim 11 en Inst It. M. Overnnt,
Pormcrlj J. H. Milli, in lfuinAaa, llamakau.
Now am Hinllne ti about . , $47(crai
becuied b) moiteage on 1 lauutluirat said
Clnlin ngnlnst tlio Ooknla Sugar Plan
tot Inn Couipnil-,
N'uw amotuitiii to almul.. . ..sucsiaiq
becuied by lnorlgii; cm the Oolcala Suijar Plan
tatiMit at said Ookala.
All Accounts will bo Sold
As llsiehnit on ihe day of sale, Septemlr I, 83 1.
All tlSts-re. tluCllmrlllS. tl-- rrfvrrtnv In ik. .1....
, , , -. -.-., ..-.....ft ... ...,, H.m.V
Claims, etc., can lie seen oil nppllcallon at ths uttice of
II. IIAs.KI'l.1.1) ,; Co., Hoiwlulu,
P. P ADAMS, Auctioneer.
npiIE EXPRESS BUSINESS.
Ashley ft llfbbard, having the largest wagon
in the business, are prepared to tarry pasten
Kcrs and move freight of all descriptions to and
from any part of the town or vicinity, with
quick dispatch, ami at the lowest possible rates.
If you want to reach your work and lie re
turned always on time, at the most reasonable
figures, i;o to Ashley & llebbard.
If you want your furniture moved with rare,
CO lo Ashley & llebbard.
If yon want your baggage moved with quick
dispatch, go to Ashley & llebbard.
If you have heavy freighting to be done, go to
Ashley ft (trbbariL
If you l:av light parcels to be delivered, go
to Ashley & llebbard.
If you have expretsage of My sort to be
attended to, go to Aihlcy 4k llebbard.
Mr. W G. Ashley, bavins the Honolulu
agency for Weill, Fargo ft Co., and being
promptly on board all Incoming steamer. Is
prepared to look after height or baggage with
promptness and rrrtalnty.
Ashley & llebbard will deliver all the Wells,
Fargo busluevt at this end ol tlie hue. and will
call t houses for Well. Fargo package, when
uotUScst by telephone or otherwise.
Amu)" & Ilen.iau
WIU, f'AMM Co
CMHilIp XIKAVVEKKKV, T.r Cyila.
..;ft fhf ki " !" i Hi
MKlLlfr, msi FulHMei. i
A ' H Bl 'II - HJ ii ft .1 j , jl ,i,i I j , .i
MiAv9l&. .fcS.. iMAAiL -v l-i
'-pRUSSriS! TRUSSES I
HOIiIelSTRIl A. OO.
H fst tettived lArue Invoice nf
Tlie Cololirntl Colliilnlil Trti.'ses
riiBveT rXsr flip 'tt6nf.
WU HAVU SI'tillAI, I'ACIMIIUS
For Adjusting Trusses.
IIOLhlSTER A CO.,
Cor Port and Mrrclnnl streets and if Niitmmi street
ASTI.n & COOKE.
HOM). fill, II I..
WouM call allfnt.on to tltrlr I.arue and
varlid Stock ur
CotMtMing i ( ili. tiiir.vill'Hl Pari Stfl
'I he Molm Si: Urea lew, an J I'm rowing Vlov, M
law Steel I'lowsV-all Mes-l'bnri, Jr , Culu
atort, I!il Scrirr
tTolin Dorro'fi Omit; Plows,
I'ljnierV I.oe of th lM maUesi,
DISS10NS" CKM.MtA'ir.D- CANT. KNIVI.S
made 10 uriler. ArrnV SIi6vr-l ami Stadfi(
Garden ll. Canal Harmws, Or
How, YufiM, Clutii. Feme
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS. SUGAR KFOS,
Sprrm Oil, C)linder. l-ard
and Kerosrne Oil, IVifcct
Lsjl.rta.iurs, Humtoco, AI
liany Ctratr, DisMoii'k nnil -S.andJ.
Filevfi, all sirt-saud
kinds Stem. I'acViusf, rUt
and Kmind India ttulilr
AlrMtn Qih Sf.p Stt'tV,
Max Packing, IikIia IUiU
rt 1 loe, 4 to a incli, I'ljie
and Couplings Nun and
W'asJirt, fmislifd, Machine
I lolls " lt Colij irrvcd
II Lt khiiuiti , l.niiisy-r'i and
Carpenter's llanimrrs I'm
Cullers Wine lies 8 inch tn
34 inch, Anvils, Virrs I
Strajicrs Oniulstuiies, INt
AmeriCsin lUrliunttnd fool
btetrl, Ua dd 1 1' lluiilwari.
all kimli aihl M)lrs Hub
''buck's 1'jinit, and Oils raw
and boiled. Snutl l'.mi In
Oil, tn Linrc vjriifttv. liry
Red. Oiirrs Meiallic, fie,
)iuinif, licrnun Wtinlow
aih'td kircs M-imU Kbpr
No. and Flour, No, i and i Nice,
Criiihed Suirar, Chln.i und Japan Teaj.
Oysters, Cunts, tiabnou, Lobster,
Mnest TahlA Fruits from tne Factury
Pure English Spices, Comltmcd Milk,
Cocoa, SPUCIALTIBSj-The IM(--
ie fount iitlt It j-.!,' L'rtf
triJttUtt IJiiinu, 14 Inch, Ituhbrr
Ajirfurs mul i '.nri lUukt Jiwt at
hand.Bi:, It Steam Pumn Valves, Packing-.
&c, Ulake Boiler Fred, Juu or
M olasses, I rrUatinc & Vacuum Pmuiis
Weston's Patent Centrifugals Complete,
AIM) UN CdNSICNMttNT
Oalit-rnU a lbrly, Poiatnet, lUrrrU
Sainton, I lams AiKioh iMwiure (r Hollers
a 1 ul Steam I'i(es, t)' ll.cjji, fVuce Wire
aud &Udeta Osilvatiied Kusfiuj;,
Wilrux an.! tiiMi' AutonLillr! ftinirrr Mnurliiiliiif
0nisiriv AssorlcJ: Hcminiuii i.siiii-siiy, I'miiily;
VV'ilsuii Mattiines, tht best asss,lniriil til fuuiui,
jmlal Itotlaiu IVicc.
New Guo.li by -very arrival from Biigtan J. New
Yirk an4 San (''raiiclscu.
t NiwTriiotlonEaulBo,8-lori powers
ttTilsrsTruiiitlisitlicr .lriJt fillej t llssl KnUs anj
DALMER A THATCHER,
DRVGaiSTS & PERrUMERS.
iij KimT Sramcr . .IIukoliiu, llv I.
Toilet Ai-tlolcv i(1 Tnury Oi.od.
inbiu,' anu casuVutV
Toilet firnoliiK 0v,
i:i.i'ANr iisin' iou.j.r ti:i3
IN tVSL mv
84 PuwiUsra t.tl Far Ftwar
m i,rsT ymrr,
a iiMrnt ut ur
LFfcr' CvUWl4 PwrlkuM7.
muacU, Colopw., LirrnsUr Watsv, Htc
pAClFIC RlillDnR PAINT,
MIXF.ll READV tor usr.i
Av s can Arnv if.
Uo tlio Pnoldo Rubber Palat.
JlitrMe, nitty unit Ftrtemkal
MAMirArtttitm oNlt rt
WHITTIER, TUI.I.ER St CO.,
Ami for sal- by he Imprmlnir Konws ..f Itonulnlil
Put up In j, i, H nml!.rlion .,.
an,l 1 in ami 9 It. tiiw.
tl i not . ,,, ,! nr rnKj , , , r
Iijsi nml rsir-st nssttrMls I1w,,r v il(e .. OsMt
6f 7,i- t-.r- l.ln-vl Oil n,l nmnln- nUny ccmlnmsl
ilh a slronn siJuikhi of lh- best IihIih Kut.lr.
P(onr.rr Wlilto I.tml.
UViitwant- tills ls,( to l-;a .imilv ,r, mllelt,
E( Mt-jMt cf lal, .mur.1 in jimt rrlliml l.w,
SMI It is s.,1,1 subrf tl th-rtil. a aniil,sis ai. il,t
iv.itii',:,i.WI1 '.' ' y-." '' f-r-.l In Rn
IriMisfo, arrtsrs Ut. frrsh, AM tun 1 odlAirt-il
prwnrtly ami in qimnilrs as svmilnl N, frtstiMss Is
eswumifcnl, in ilml th- o. in stlmli it Is gmiml Is not
-lt,I into III- .j..,ril. ul..i2-s, oihI iis-i.iitlltr
llw fin mat Ion of "stlns avohlnl
r.!1" ,'I0,f',,:nK Will rt 1 1 , I, ., ,,
nntsr (rwiiisl ll.nri any Mhrr in llils msiVrt, Ins mitnnr
lly or cot-iinf .n iiti-., arid is srillionl an t,ujl
.li L' !"ai "P '",'' "'i. 5" ! " "".I Srl. tfl in
nH-tl. ami ij It. ih ,ls, ami In simll ii,., ,0,i, i it. tn
1(4 ear ti.
A lull Kin It ll wnstintly W, I in stosk l,v tli
hol-al I,,,,-, HONOI lit II. t whom toidi.
nrrn,inmeml inlcl-tiiiie pun luwtrs
w VN. rAfTturii ohtV nv
WHITTIEri, 1'UM.ER & CO.,
ComsWscf Wliils ln, ami Manurjilnnraof Mi
I ami, Coluis, Aliitslirs, dihl 7iw VVhii-,
Andimiurttrii.f IVnsli and lIH.I.n.i VVImlosv OUu,
SN (K,NCISl.O, U.S.A.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
OI'H'R I OR SAI II,
From ll.,- cargor of llic (tlroUm- ami wli-r rertnt
vessels, tlie roltowin
Dry Goods and Clolliiiijj:
Print of the lale't t) Irs, fssl colors;
Itlne Urniins, I'rDwn l.uirn Pulls,
VV lute Lrovlon bhrelin,
llnrrurlt's l,inlloili, WaltrlTOof Tsve-Js,
luwelsmiil lowrlinK. t.liss luwtls,
'1 aMe t lotlis, I nils .Vaulins,
Pure I.Iiipiis, Slinsvls, Dross Oooila
CSmndines, V hilo and "nl.iml hilk.
Lolorril SjIhis, Orass Clutlis,
Artif.cijl I lowrrsniu) Keillors,
rolliin HanilLertliicXs Silk lljiidlcriliirfi,
I abl Cos rrt, mmlcn, Luloir.l Saitr-nsanil Crapes
I ancy Mixture ami ItlneanJ Gray Matincll
V icimi i Laitnsr liraolV Sioul Loiton,
Itlue ami V line C lictk l.islaitus.
FANCY DRESS GOODS
.V.T rlinls, HeKnlta blilrts Wool Sliiits,
VVIuie ami Cotoreil Colton .Shirts.
tancyivcatfs, IMot Uixreni,
fen' VVIiilcnml ltron l.'otlon Half llo.e.
l-adifs Hose, Men's Head) mad Cloiriinf,
IjilicV Hits (uliilr, hlack ami fancy straw),
India KutVr (Junts, Laiicsaml Ij-HKini-s.
I'lnr ami C.rjy Horn I'l inlets
Woolen llliiilcis, all win. colors and wcinlits:
Vrlrrl Ciiriirln, I'rlrrl ltill,
IVrW iiiii( TnjirMlry Jlnor Jtnlm.
OILS -S rIILI.fi also, haiMIt, f ,r lloys-and Girls
ami a fcur
Assortment of .
1IRI1ILI.S, SsulJlo O.rtlis and Chamois Slins.
Coal Bb, attain.
Rlno B i;s mul Twluo.
(Itiletutlteit I'lirniiiiilnl HiMfttm i eue),
in 0, 7, 8 and o feet Imtl,.,
HOOFING SCkt:WS AND WAS1IKRS.
Annealed I enco Wire, Nos. 4, 5, 6 ami ;, and Staple:
l.alvajiied Iron Ituckets all sues;
Galvanized Wash llasms.
Galvanized Gaideli llorderiny and Nelllnic,
'I liineil lion haiuepaiis, all suet,
'lealcllles, lesl Jaiali litallin.
Vuvtnv iU-lrUn uutl Ouvilen Ttltm,
Iisn Seals ami Cliairs,
THREE LAWN TENNIS SETS
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
Fancy Gils Flower S'lamN,
rem Itaskcls, sic.
PORTLAND CKMKNT-K1RE 1IRICKS,
YoUowOohr. ""7 ,
Mrrrjivuf Aiiifr ihi' Jforfc Hall, Xle., faint!
mul lluilnl (Ma, nrerMter Mawr
English, American and Hawaiian
'Ihtee. fi und een Jrd bif,
TOl'SAlls S1IEBT CHAINS, ,
AJniaaU y lest, sUriVi H. l' ' h- K
POWEI.L IfUI'l'RVN STKAM COAL
KNGI.Itill LFATIIKK llEUjNO, fiu. "411,
K.itriltss4 Iw u-ln.
H HU-Umr ftmff l'WWf ,
atlas, Hh TrHf IHsMsssr ri'tsWial
-K . ,Tta IL, IUVIM4CO.
'' T' ll 1 IV ,,
yjAMMKu pm r4mwr.
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