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append lhlr Inn ntrriet In nil cnmniunleallnnt,
nol (at (iitl.lleatlnn iiAeAtlly, til aUtiantee
that Ilia writer I actlnrt In on. Mill,
Stir XntU Hmili,
I natiiralired foreigner llliu(li then are not , up m Ihe pt.itfurirrand lihleil me off ami
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' ( (ii, uli and owls are lo lie worn on hats tinny nf Ihese a u jjt-nerally tiippotrril
and buiiml Ihlt winter' decree llmne I ah Mailing, theicroie, all neieta,ry ir-luciimw
fiovruuuiu i, im4
Her devotee look atkanf Iral liw In and a lllieral estlmatr- for lhoe who aie mil
ill? Hit rrirttlratlon list. I am rjulte wire thai
If w wl llic entire rwldcnl miiilallnii of Nrw
York now at l.turymn, we air Mill callmnllnj!
ll too high rather titan lent low. 'Ilil kIvi
ii 11 01 at Ihe ite of mnnalltv To what l
III dcriee, Mome nf lhee ornament or'
really beautiful ami eemlnu,ly tifc-ULr. If tit
thr favflilte butlerlHe ami beetle are hard In
illlivli. There It one rmnfiitt In thl alisuid
fashion howeveri the ratt, eat anil mien fan
not lit manipulated In the name liailiaintit J thlt hlith rale due? 'In had ililni:r bad
Ihr II rr, II, II. '.IH'lll,
( A'tfMltht.t hy ttqunl.)
JtfV l)avld llelden t.yman died at I1I1
evidence, lllli'i October .lh, aneil Si yra,
1 month ami 5 day, I Ic prnfcvted if llj-lnn
in IS11, (;radiialfd.t Anilimr Seminary, Mil,
tailed I" alilp Avcilck, from New llcslforil,
J nember a6, i8jl, ami Milvrd al I III". July
10, 8J1, where lie Iim lalminl fver lnef,
withiul Irstxlne the Miigtilom lll futl vtmk
Ml aw'iflile p.1ili)f nf the lllln (.'lunch
for f.mt yean, Dmlni; liU limn ami use
ful calfet on llioe Ulanlt, lie lm liccn
llie l'llnrlvil nr tlirllllo IIIkIi HcImmiI fm
llawalUnt, liolillnit thai pmlllnn finin III
raulilMinirnt In 1 836 up In almul 5 yfara
iff. Mr. anil Mn. I.yinan fame wllli llie
f.uilli idnfoicrmenl in It" Mamh, which a
ihc laigfit mlnllftl.il one tint ever came.
'thtiejete r)Ktno In nil, nf whom only 8
mvlvft flt Ml.J.S. Ilmcuon, Mn. I). II. I.y
win, Mn. V.. Hnnulttinttt Mr. W. I'. Alexati
tl'f, Mi, K. AimMroiiK, Mi. H. IIIicIickIi,
Mn. DiK-lor Clnplnnml Kev. t l.yom, Knnne
tiy imrlhey arc Kmni! In tfcelvp lliclt vety
vtv'at lewanlf, I'nlllifnl until itcath, ami ilyii'i;
irjolclni;. The funeral of " I'alher" I.yinan,
n he wan lainllliily called In lllln, win a
vriy laige one. 'Ihe twice wrio hclil in
llalll chinch, which wa vciyhill nf aympilhtt
im' filemU. The pill hearer were all native I la.
(vallam. Kev. I'., P. IUVci, KeV. V, II. Ole.
nin,l(cv.J. II. I'flliloamlHev.JiS. Kalanaoccu
linl the jmlpll. The nail icrvlcca were
opcneJ hy a prajer from Hcv, Mr. Pahlo, after
wh.ch a lijninwami(;liy Ihechnlr nflliel'nr
ncn Church. Uev.K. I". llaLcr tci.l very appro
prUlc aetrctlnnt Iroin Scrlplutc ami rcmaikcil
lint Father Lyman felt It to he hi fluty lo he
a inintonaiy, lie did uliat he fell that he
wight In ilo. He wntnnun nf itrnni; and
cleu illicerninenti The Krand lcon of
hi life a t nut In the I.ord Jeiin ChrUl.
Ill only hope of Heaven wa In the
inerltt of that Sainr. Man J. Nmvalil rcaJ
from ncilplnre In native ami m.ideoine feeling
lenwik. The Hawaiian Church Choir sang
" Nearer my Col in Thee." Kev. W. II.
Oletoii, the vicccMor of Father I.yirtan In
llllo Ikwdini: whool, made remark which
were Interpreted hy Hon. I). II. Hitchcock,
lie tiki the dcceatcil hail .ild to him i
"Say nothiiiR to the praiae of me, wy hat
you can lo make people hcltcr." lie had
lieen a father lo the apcakcr, hi relation had
IwenNcrylnllmate with him. The deceased had
pent 53 year of hi life in lllln, nod had done
much to build up native character there. Will
inctoipend andlic":nt, he counted not h!life
de.tr If it well iticnt for other. What he
did wa done for lavn'a sake and done uccc
fully. What the old mluionaric have done
can now lie thought ol. I licy came
with no lelfUh motive ; they came to conquer
the native by love. They did not fail in their
miion, n ha been fully verified, though many
nf them gave their live for their Master.
Some men deride the work done by the mil
sionaiici ; but those ho do, know nothing of
the w oik done for the native. Hon. I). H.
Hitchcock made remaiks In dative. Kev. J. S.
Kalana alo made remark. The nervier con
eluded ilh singing by the pupils of
llllo Hoarding school, after which nearly all
who were present followed Ihc remain
to the cemetery a long ifroccssion. The
comn ssa covered ssilh flowers, and many
(lower sscrc thrown upon the grasc. The
llllo Ponding schoolboys sang at the cemetery
few beautiful selections in a very lowtone.after
which the dear old missionary was buiicd.
O.'ad, yet he still lives I Such men arc nol
forgotten. "A good jiame ia of greater value
than great riches, for riches perish ; a good
name ne er die." J, A. SI.
Hilo, October C, lS8..
.Vr. Jfilltljnili SnmlhHrnt Million.
Papers received by the last stiftmer from
Ausltalia contain full accounts of the wonder
ful success of Mrs. Hampson' Kvangelistic
services In Sandhurst. At this series of meetings
Mrs Hampson wa much hindcrd because of
falurc of voice, and also from injuries received
fiom a fall when stepping from a carraige.
From these causes she was able to personally
conduct only part of the meetings. Still the
meeting showed remarkable results. A corres
pondent writing to the Melbourne Spectator
ays : " It 1 a long time since Sandhursthas had
such a thaking ftom center m circumference as
during Mr. Hampson' mission." Al Ihe
closing nieftting os er 400 converts u ere present,
while many others were unavoidably absent.
Letter were also received from Mrv Hamp
ton, by Ihe last mail, dated at Geelong, where
she was holding her last missionbefore salHng
for Honolulu. In these letters she states she
wilL tail for Honolulu without 'fall by the
November steamer. Her Honolulu work will
begin Sunday November 30th.
A large and Interesting meeting wa held
Utt Thurvlay evening, in conttnuencv Of the
preparatory series, at the Y. M. C, A. Hall,
Wd by Rev. E. C. Oggel, the subject of which
was. Prayer for the Holy Spirit to abide in
power upon Honolulu, clensing the hearts of
Christians and preparing themfor work 1 and
upon all the unsaved, especially those under
the power of soul-destroying habits, that they
1 led to Christ. Afterward a shoit address on
How to Approach the Inquirers, and Ihe ob
jective point to be aimed at, was clearly given.
The subject of next Ihurulay's meeting,
will be led by Rev. J. A. Cruian, will bci
" Here am I and the children Thou hut given
ne (" prayer for children and the young, and
for unsaved parents, after which an address on
The Great Question, " What must I do to be
noted?" how to answer it. will be given.
The Kev. E. C. Oggel will preach al the
Bethel Union Church to-motrow morning and
evening, As the fust Sunday of thtt month
has bxn set apJit in the United States as a
day of thanksgiving for The " Oien Bible.'
The subject in the morning will be 1 The
Fower of ihe llible. In the evening the sub
' ject will be ! Lcunus for the Living, suggested
by tne life and death of the late Mrv llUhop.
A cordial Invilatlon to these tersices Is e.
tended to all.
Mr. Ciurtn's themes Sunday will be, in the
morning, Snipped for the Kacet In ihe evening,
Money all Gone. Miss Brcctc's bible class
meet at 6: JO. Good music, a pleasant ser
vice, and a brief, practical, helpful sermon.
You are invited and will be made welcome.
The Hawaiian Mission Children's Society
will meet this evening at Oahu College, Puna-
hou, at 7130 r. M.
Lyons and Levey, at Fish Market, will sell
the tleoch brig Tawata al I p. M,
way that Ihe owl ami other bird aie, until
I hey look like notktng that Is In the heaven
aWr nt Ihp with lienmlhi but the ipieer
little herd ami tall will leiniln In proper
relation In the lnlle and leg In which they
belong, V seldom " bird fiom Ihe mill
Inn that In combination of rotor or form I
anything like the natural one. Such mon
strmlllcfl We see a blue bird' head with the
body of a linnet, wing of n black bird and
plume of a cuckalmi, An owl'a heid with a
gull' tall t Kuotigh to drive an oilntholngUt
Itmnr. If there be a day nf traurirctlon for
the bird, what a wmtetlng of head, claw and
tall there will be at the last and what a ill
lance inmcwlll hate logo lo ineel Ihelr Imdlesl
I only hope II1.1I each bird will get Ihe purls
tint belong In It. 'Ihe delicate, wee (mining
hint arem lo be the only one thai ihote vand
Is, the milliner, date not change, Such a
pfelly, dainty hat I saw one day on Ihe feriyi
t dark blue lfaw, trimmed vvllh Ihe favorite
led fpee In full lirtw on the fiont, amonu; ihe
folds nf which humming bird lirtleil, Another
tasteful hat, a large while one, ha lor orna
ment a bunch of tiny velvet llowerrnled with
oft thistle bill. Whatever litthe toll of the
natrow bilni, all of the new hat have high
crown, peaked, oval Or square. One impoiled
hal I of gold colored tiaw, lather high crown
and brim tolled nl the sides, lining and twist
of ilatk grrcn velvd with knot of gold braid
miscd with shaded golil-coloted fcatheit.
Another I fourteen Indies high, siitiotimled
near the top by mulch pluuiesi the brim, two
Indies wide, curled all round a small toll of
velvet at Ihe base of the crown. It Is docldcdly
unique. The piayrr of the mct ha been an
iwercd, for Ihc bioad hummed (lainslKiinugh
I a thing of the past. For Ihe small ltonnet
of black lace and tulle, velvet bows, paiticu
atly of yellow, nie mingled with the leathers
It I loo early In the season lo know any
thing definite as to the popularity of the
coming fashions. However It Is generally
understood that woolen stuffs, serge, cordmoy,
and velvet will be used for walking costume
and that silk mid satin will be used only for
indoor wear. Among the new shades are
green Hearty like that of watcrciesse and a
very daik luilc of aslie of rose, nearly ap
proaching mouc color, with rose reflections.
The latest Imported dresses are made In both
basque anil polonaise. Some long polonaises
are made without wrinkle in ftonl, the back
very Imuffant ; the skirt Is covered with
row upon row of mohair braid. Lace I still
used in profusion on evening costume. Iscu
rial Is the favorite though Oriental, Spanish,
msc-point, Chantllly and others arc worn.
There I a fashion among Englishwomen of
looping their lace draperies witli plaque of
flowers instead of arranging them In knots or
spray. The htcmomt are arranged In large,
round, flat rmctt. They look like plates and
so aic called plajue. Though at present this
manner of ornamentation is the rage it is not
graceful and will probably be short-lived.
At a health exhibition recently held In Eng
land a process sval exhibited for making textile
fabrics waterproof. It I said to be so ucccssful
thai ladies in the audience gave up wraps, and
mantles of velvet and like material to be
pcrimenled upon. The articles were returned
in an impervious condition proof against all
kinds of dampnev. Water flows from arti
cle ubjccted lo this proces without Inquir
ing them in the least. What a lioon this pro
cess might be to Honolulu ladie whose bon
net and hats must be often ruined by the
summer showers. This process is called the
Warncriring process and the inventor !
zivtiait, 'Kali 1
The most fashionable women no longer
wear shoe but lioots the neatest, prettiest
boots than can.be made. The effect of scam
less kid showing the outline of a well-arched
foot is such that women with pretty feel will
be loath to wear shoes again. And in point of
comfort and protection the boot are much su
perior to shoes.
In the way of trinkets llie velvet, bracelets
and necklace are "quite Ihe thing." Ribbon
and lace are also used, fastened in front with
buckle or ornaments. For neck wear with rich
black dresses beaded capes and beaded
plastrous are elegant and appropriate cspeci
ally if the dress has trimming of jet passe
meterie. A convenient and pretty thing to
have when sewing is a belt of some gay col
ored ribbon ; on the right side make two long
ends of the ribbon, at one end lie a pair of
scissors and at the other two or three straw
I have gossiped so much about the fashions
that there is time to say little or nothing about
politics. By the next time I write you prob
ably will know whether Ulaine, or Butler, or
Cleveland, or St. John or Lockwood I presi
dent certainly shall not predicate the
walrn Mil ah bad fod Impeifeel Mnllaiy
mMiiiiMi Ihe herding Ingelliei of many Uml
lie In tenement limit and rnokerlr, web a
.nndiiti eUnnol rqnal for filth and rrillrnne
of every klnd ami last, but no' least, loth
Intfticl'iiey of mf lal help. I y It advisedly,
Irtit e iniiiihlrnlly, after several yenrt ol close
observation In Ihe Unil'd State, lhat Ihe ile
of mortality grnerally, a well at In the city,
wnuld lie very materially lowered If Ihe atarnl
aid nf medical education were adequately
talsnl, AMrtviattil fur Iht I til mm lh
rir llenlh-ralr In Air York.
Efforts to explain the high dealh-rate-fn New
Yoik aie lieing made so industriously here,
that it may be worth while to throw some
light on it from a moit independent stand
point than native patriotism affords.
Last year was unusually favorable, the mor
tality showing 3,913 less than in 1882, and
still the number of deaths was no fewer than
34,011, According to the census ofiSSothe
population was then 1,206,393, which gives us
a death-rate of 28.19 per looo. It is sought
to palliate this bad showing by various ex
cuse, of which the Iwo principal one. are (1)
that the actual population is now greater than
that given in the census, and that consequently
the rate ought lo lie 35. Si; and (2) that much
of this mortality lakes place in institutions,
I he latter excuse Is dispose! of by Ihc fact
that, as the .Inmate of public Institutions are
counted in the census returns, these tell both
ways. The reference to population merits
further notice. It is fair lo assume that the
residents In New York have Increased since
1000, out noi in me ratio indicated t nut there
Is a moie significient fact the census return
Is inaccurate and in txttsi of Iht truth. In
Ihe United States a census Is not taken as In
England. No day Is fiscsl, and on the last
occasion It required fourteen months to get Ihe
returns in. Moreover many of the persons
whose names go on Ihe Census from iheir places
of business In the city are non-residents, who
are agiin recorded at their places of residence,
wherever these may be. The resident popula
tion of New- York does not exceed 1 ,000,000,
I d6uht if it is as much, but the registration
returns cnabiv n to ariive at an approxima
tion. Thenurntxi ofyotcsattheliit election was
162,736, but Ihe registry contains- 183,531
names. It must 1 icmembrred lhat this Is
under manhood tulfcrage, so Out often Iheie is
more than only the head of the family voting
in'one household. Nevertheless, w e w ill multi
ply thts by 5, am! still we have only 911,655
at the total population, on view of Ihe low
average of Atari lean families and two thirds
of all in New York arc natives It is almost
RaguUi Gospel temperance meetin at the certain that this U yet more lo excess of ihe
vestry at 7 r, m, truth. Bui allowance has to be made for non
llr tlnn la Srtv Ynrlj lo Itcrrlrr llh l-lni-t''ii
-Id ,lllrm)il unit I'llllilr'
Confeilctil X Road (which I In Ihe State
iiv Krntncky), Septemlier t$, 188) I ieeeved
a nll fiom III' Nashnfl Central Committee lo
fume lo Niki York lo resreve Instruckshrnt
for a ainmpln toor to nkkepy Ihe lime fiom
now till November ll, wlch I gladly obeyed,
I never heiltate In respond In n call uv ihlt
kind, I get my Iranstxiilashfii from line lo
Noi York, wlch I cheenr than llvln at horn',
for Ihc coinmllty send me money for nicels,
and c I sleep most uv the time 011 Ihe way,
lo escape the monotony uv travel, I don't
reely need Ihe llkker with I nesary at home,
and then when I am In Noo York, wallln my
turn, I hcv Ihc free run uv Ihe aalnont In Ihe
Sixth Ward, Tho' the llkker I unusually bad,
tlier 1 enulf uv It, wlch I some rnnvilishcn.
I wilt Invited up lo Ihc coinmllty rooms,
and wii met by llie Chairman, the gieal
"Where uliel we irnil Mr. Naby?"ail he
lo the Sekrctaiy,
The Sektetaiy onfohled a map uv the United
Stale wlch wur marked all over In seckthunt.
"I shoodttail him In Western I'ccniylvany,"
replied the Sckrclaty. "We need much work
"Very good," ted Mr. Uainuin, "you will
commence woik In Pittsburg, Here It the
synop! uv the speech yoo will make there,
and yoo will need to study It kccrfully vi ez to
make no mistake, Yoo will observe that In
Pittsburg the, cotashun yoo make aie from
Randall speeches on Ihe tariff, wich goes to
prove that the Dimocrivy are pledged to Per.
teckhun, solid. Devote yoot time and encr
gies olcly to llil pint, Yoo may, however,
in Pittsburg, dcnoiinse the tariff on wool,
clalmln that it enhance the cost uv clothln uv
the w-oikln-man, but insist that the tariff onto
lion must and shel be manetancd.' Find out
how Ihc people are on pmhlbishn, ami act
accordingly. When ou find a Republikln
I'inhlbishnlsl uige him to remain true to hi
principles and vote for St. John by all means ;
but when yoo run ngin a Dcmokratic Prohibi
shnist, show him the folly uv throw in away
hi vote on a man wlch cannot be elcclid."
"I understand," I sell. "This isclecr sal
lin." And I took the )nopiuv the Pittsburg
"From Pittsburg yoo will percced over Into
Ohio. I warn yoo that yoo must keep sober
In Ohio, and must yoose dUcreshun and
cawshun. In the Iron dcestricks the Pitts
burg speech will do. Hut remember Ihi :
when you git Into the-uigiiculturel seek-
shuns you must study this other speech. He
haudid me another manoosciipt. In this one
Dimocrisy is pledged to free trade, with a
few etcepshun. Thus, when you are in the
gr&zin counties In the interior you must insist
that the tariff onto wool shel be manetancd ;
and also when jnu are up in the grape region
insist that Ihe tariff on wine shel not be dis
turbed. When sou cross the lines into seek-
shuns vvher Ihcr ain't no wool or wine, and
whcr ther ain't no niamifacturin', you must
argoo lhat Free Trade Is the only safeguard
Ihe people hcv agin monopoly. And "
"Kin you IcU me Ihecountic vvher I must
talk tariff on wool and wine, and the counties
vvher 1 musn't ? It wood be okkard lo gel
mixed on these things."
Mr. Ihinum perdoosed a map with line
drawn all over it.
"Certainly. We hcv maps prepared for
the yoose uv all our speekcrs. These coun
tics on the line uv Ihe lake wich is colored
purple are wine counties, and vvher there i
white line drawd thro there is wool ez well er
wine. Wher there is a black cross onto etii,
ther Is manufacktcrs ez well ez wine and wool.
In such counties yoo must urge a piotcctise
tariff onto cverythin. In the counties
marked 'wine excloosivcly' the peiteckshun
must be confined to wine alone, and likewise
in the pure wool counties to wool alone.
"Sometimes ther is wine in a part uv a
county and sometimes wool only in a part uv a
count), and in xich case "
"Great Scott :" I exclaimed, but I can't do
this I I can't hcv- a dozen speeches prepared.
How am 1 to perceeil with such a mixed up
The process 1 simple, though great care
mutt be observed. On arrivin at an appint-
men! yoo must take out the map and see wher
yoo are. Then on arm in at )er hotel select
from yer valise the committy will furnish yoo
a valise in wich to keep yer clcen shirts
The committy will likewise hev to furnish
the cleen shins, or ther will be no yoose fur
Ihe valise, onless it is to keep Ihe manoot
crips, wich, uv itself, will rckwire a very large
''We shel furnish the valise and Ihe cleen
shirts. We hev to do this with all our speek
crs, ceptln sich ez Carl Shuns, wich we pay
reglar prices to per nite, fur spcekin fur Cleve
land and Reform. Hy Ihe lime yoo hev
these appintmenls we will send yoo another
route, and so on till November' when we hope
ictry wili hev crowned our efforts, and yoo
shell retire to yoor postoffls at Ihe Cros
Koads the follerin Maich."
Mr. Hamuli! gave me money and Iranspor-
huslUd m mil into the lr('l
The m-ii mornln I eed It all, I lied in n y
Intoslcashen, inkrn my Free Trade peerlt mil
uv the sail, and vsa Mn Ihal off al a
lltnlmrg awj'nce, every man uv wish wiif a
Iron maniKifaklrrf I
Mk a drunken an, I witr ilemontlralln In a
awjence uv worker! In Iron Ihal a tallff on Iron
wtir win nor highway inbUry, and doln it
under th authority uv lb DimokiatkMashtiel
ll wilr a meicy that I wlirn'l killed on lh
Mr. Ilainum hrenl nv ll, and in wnntl
offered me In either take an th never In
lelch llkker agin or ierce,ile home, lie will
"In a rumpine like our, which I nilinl,
alwiloot obilfly I -etihct lo prevent inU
lake. A man with llkker In him rannol be
Irinlrd to carry almnt twelve different
perch, adapted In the wants uv twelve dif
ferent l itv nplnyutw. No nun ean b a
l)liiekraileniinjanc peekcr thl year wlch
raiinnl he trinled to take the right icech out
nv hi vullre."
t'v course I can't travel, or, lur thai mailer,
slay at home, without my rt-gtcr supplies, and
i I retliml, Ik-tier nccashnel drink al
llascom't than riorn- al all on Ihc load. Regie r
eat In I tiithln, but rrglcr drink It more net
I hope lo get an nppinlmcnl to tpeak In one
teckthun, where one tpeech will answer, but
I will take mi inurr mixed chance.
1'r.TROt r.um V. Nanny,
Victim of ApKillc),
'Ihe bunion Atiicotm hi a favniabl re
view ol "The Historical Monument of
France," by James I'. Ilunnewellof lloslon
n gentleman well-known to many llonolnlan.
A cominnlnii book to "ohn Hull and hit
Island," Ihe brochure by Max O'Rell, which
look llir leading world by stoirn last year, I
almut lo be Issued by Ihe tame author and
will be called "The Uiughtet of John Hull,"
i seasonable chlldien'slmok will be "Shake
speare for Children," which Messr. Alias,
I.ondon publisher, Ve preparing a n Chrht
mat honk, "It will consist of almut thirty
colored plates, with note describing chiefly
I.ady Ilyron having been "vindicated" by
Harriet Ilcecher Slowe, tome one now pro
pave to vindicate Ihe late Dowager Lady
I.ytton, and lo that end will publish extract!
from her autobiography, diary, oiiglnal lettert
and other document!.
The Pall Mall Hudgct say lhat Prince Al
bert Victor ami Prince George of Wale,
"propose to publish an account of their trips
made In the llacchanle timing llie years 1879-
1882. The chronicle I lo be "compiled
from the journals, letters, and note-liook,"
tome "addition being made to Ihe history by
the Rev. John Ncalc Dallin.
Those interested in the Japanese for other
reasons than the need of plantation will be
glad lo know lhat Mr. William Anderson is
preparing a work on Japanese art, "The
Pictorial Art ol Japan," which wilt be illus
trated with over a hundred and fifty colored
and plain plate. An tJilhn Jt lint of one
hundred copies will be first struck off, Messrs.
Sampson Low & Co., London, are lo lie Ihe
publishers. The liook will he Issued
later in the year by Messrs. Macmil-
llmtrjl 1 1 tr, November I, IPJI4
111 fiM in !, f ii - ,gi .1 er f.flli
year lias pitted and has nlmwii tulle if any fm
provemenl In lr'lof h srvrral irrvlom
nionllit, Tit line, a laigei rige M Hi'
month of foreign deep 'A mtW have arrived
and have HocVnl the maikel vvllh all line of
slapl (jinult, but ltyond ih placing of Im
mediate nidtit there I lllll hutlufM aitlr,
notwithstanding the fact of Ihe planleit hating
been In town Ihetiaii two wrk for Ihelr an
nual tneellng. 'Ihe weather too, nf lair, hat
been unproiItlu, bill ih rains, which eem
to be geueitt, will Ik very beneficial In Ih
' Probably In anl(clalim lf III expecled If-
ceipt of considerable U. H. gold coin by Ihe
riftl tleamer and Ihe fact that the currency act
ciirnti Into operation nest month, ihe tale nf
ruhange for todays mill ha been reduced 10
liner and a half per cent, Thl will prove
quite a Ikkiii lodraleit and othert, and will
relieve tfi pressure on lit I'm! Office for
money orders fell for ioine,l!oie past,
'I he arrival for Ihe wtk embrace Ihe Aut
(ratl from Hi colonics, (n route for San Fran
cisco, and Ihe ileamer W. (I. Hall, md hark
cnllnet W. II. Dlmond and Klla from San
Francisco, The depailuret for the tame period
embrace the Australia, Discovery, and C. H.
Illthop, all fur San Francisco, Ihc latter only
of whieli look any fielghl from Ihlt i,
valued at $11,505.
Auction limine fm llie week ha been
light ami uiiluiHiitant, To-day the French
brig Tawara and all her belonging will be
Vld al the Fish Market wharf at 1 v. ti,
The Alameda leave to-day at noon for Han
Francisco, and lakrt away a number of pissen
gen, and a lif amount of freight fur Ihlt
season of the year.
To day or lo-m'mow the City of Sydney will
be dire fiom Ihc Coast, in route lo the Coin,
nlet, with d iles, to the 351I1, ultimo.
Tlltf'AV, October JO.
der hk f ll lllthop for Piemen via Han I ran
Sth Walmalu for Koloa
Sch Kaiiikcamill for Kohaltlele
I'ailiAV, October II
ttm Jamet Make for lUuil, tla Walanae
and Walalua at ') A. M.
Hlrn Walmanalo for Walmanalo
Hch Keksiiluolil for Hanab-1
Keh Waloll for Mallk.i
flin.i 1:1:1 r. 11 iit'.i'.iitrtiitr.n.
Htmr Alameda for Sin Fiililt it li M
Helif Rainbow for Koolau
Vti!t I! iptl from I'onlrn Pwli
New V.ii, lire M, ImiM, .,, .... 'JrVirntrifin
line Iht fft Cent i;ofc, Al nl.
(ll atxi. Hill Me llsxcA.,,. ,,,,,,.,,,,,. llUrr'n
II11 Jin, i--l. I' A Srtjsfsr (j4,Af.ftt
ttfitfQKnH-'i, Ant. IV A' Caevee. t'nll1nn
Wv, J-Irt Afefilt
MnKiifovo, (WUi C'exraiif
lrt'liftl' Ab, , .Airenls.
lirnnn tin l,iswiH A Mr,le, llli itilii llitu,
V'ttf. HtlM rraml.M'nSei. fil (I W !
Suh tn ien, Am Ctrveir Hvonev .. Iltibwn
lltlil.l, MvSf.l0, At'M.
Pour Triiiati, Am III Klll-tial ,...., Culler
Due (M, Arnii,
sIaiv Pmuo, Am MAPieosa. . .,. Ilvwril
Hue Nlr I. II W Irwin On,, Anl
Rvoxav, I'. M,ft g. hupiwa
llw lint, t). jlftfil,) A Oi, Aamis.
I'oar l)unr. AM, Uiv Kirtae...,.
IMilnt r-. 1J, llMSIelfl A !., Afcntt,
pner llm-nv, Am Ume Auell. ,.,,V,I,II
tin Ihi rh. Allen MoMnWrfi, Afeftit,
VntT IIMkhv, Aial.kC. O. WHIfH...,Call'Mri
lin Nov. i-y. Allen ll.Wnwm, A'il
UTAIAt7y, Am l,V lnrr,.,. ,., Penlialtow
Ihit M, t-s lsweri (Juolt,
Merchant Vetttls Now In Port
II. O. M-rfv
1,930 pkg glasswaie, nalli, etc, 1,090 1
omf 7,074 ptgs thiKikn ( K 0 Hall ft So
From llmton, ler Martha I)avl, October
2.1. C llrrwcr & Co, (1 ox cart, , cairlagc,
on, 2 c
.'-..'- - . .
patent leather, 23 rangrt anil tloves, 473 pkg
liardwarr, 317 ct oil, 20 c turientlne Rev W
C Merrill I piano, and leg Col I II Jtnld,
3 c crockery C S Killrldgc, I c pcrtonal ef
feci! 1 M S Orlnbaum ft Co, t, c hovel W
C I'atke, I piano, etc i A W Ifcrce Ac Co, 2
davit and 137 coll cordage Castle A: Cooke,
4 bxs niarhlnery and 5 crates nulsc j W W
Hall, I c missionary goods I J I) Lane, o-t ca
maihltt j lowers iv Coike, 151 cs dooi and
window 1 Holllster t Co, 74 c medicine ami
7 et mils ; S M Damon, I wagon and shaft ;
Allen & Rolilnvui, 7 c range fixtuies, 1,743
pkg window i, blind and door, 350 kgs
nails, and 3t c nidc j M Phlllim & Co, 90
nest trunk and 8611kg dry good ; T C Por
ter, I cf violin, and 0 cs II II effect s f5 W
Macfarlanc ti Co, 20 tons coal am) 89 nkg
tobacco, cordage, etc 1 In transit, for Hong
kong, 1 2, cry) ex it-fined petroleum and 240
From San Francisco,
I) monil. Octoln-r 2820 mu
k,fceil, 350 bbltjltne, 236 bate liay, and 13
nkg sundries ; I; K Miles, 2 bales hay, 10
liorse, 130 pigs, (j couW fowls, and 253 sks
feed ; M W McChesncy & Son, 2100 sks feed,
and Jirlialei hay ; II K Mclnlyre, 300 b
and 80 hf libit sugar ; C O llerger & Co, 30
tank. napatha and gasoline ; I. yean He Co,
39 cs chair stock, 35 pkg sundries, I
organ, and 2 cs musical Instrument : Mr
T Lack, I cs gun' fixture and 2 cs cart
ridge! T II Davie 3: Co, 400 libit lime, F-A
Schacfer & Co, 4 c sundric! Wing Wo Clian,
721 sks feed, 150 o oil and 42 cs sundries; J
D Hiis)i, 120 calcs hay and 120 sks feed.
From San Francisco per bklne Ella, Oct.
28. C Ilrewer 4. Co, 304 bales hay, ie,o bbls
Am. 8 8 AlAMriiA
Am, skip Kl, O'imaiio , .
Ir. ftlROI-AtrX ,,,,.,
AmIA CAlHAKieN .....
mil l.k llrnsllA.
Am I'k Nicola Tiisvre.....
Ilrfi l,k Varum.. ,
r.rii, l,k I'Acieic 8iirr, ,,,,
Am slinr (Irii, H, llosirM ,
Aitukk xtAeri'A Davi. ..
Am kltlrie W, II, lliu'itiu,.,
Am. Ulne I'.U.A ,
. .., , .....1 (iuen
,... ,. llArr.es
, .. II. C HiakIUii
.. ll, lloe
lie, a In
ne W II
Mr, C ) FIikl hi Ike rWn l iituwwe 1U1 ik
Mnrac).(l. Km'tVV fc lisr We)elit't iiM
likte kltri Iff guie,
mosha v, 'nr:xi),i r, i'r.n-
SKHlhi ?, Ort. '41 ih, Oct, UHlh.,
From Maui and Hawaii, per Klnau, Oct 3C
-I'M llutler, WMTultle. TWIw, Of
Shlpnian, T S Soiithwkk, O W Kalopapela,
C W Kauka, R Lillle, Kakc, Mist L Crockett,
Miss C Mahol, A (roer, Mitt Martin, Mr
P Jonet and tervanl, V V Homer, Mn
Sllverburg.Mrt I) R Vida, J nurnett, I) Ka
maioplli, and 1 13 deck
From Kahulul etc per Likehke, Novemlier
It!. P N Makee, Cant I Rent, M I'alko, J II
PlaleariiH children, V 11 Cornwell, A llaine,
Mr Kellv. W R Meyeri, Tho S Kap, Mis
Sawyer, Mrt 1) Taylor, Droiher Ijmliert, L
von Iemjiky, J Aea and wife, L Alo, Akana.
Ililil, Ah Nan, 2 lepers and 97 deck.
For Hilo and way porlt, per Klnau, Octo
ber 28 Mist Clara Low, A Lldgate, J M
Horner. C II Ilragg. W R Seal, W A KlnneV.
'Y. . .i... ... ..'
1- j uainnan, .Mis .Miry
M J McLane, MI C K
lan& Lo., Indon and ew ork. llie ime, 1084 sk provwions, 80 sks incite, 25,000
book will be a good addition lo the new li-1 brick. 2,000 R IV post and 4,000 shingles;
1 . in.. 1 1... .i. 1 1 -S M Damon. 2 cundenc;Dr IM Whitney,
..-,,. ... ..,. j,., ..,,.. ,. .... llf))lUfec,llin,Ilo bale hay; O'rder, 130 Ids
been described In one of Murray latest. I y,ay 3rnl 450 ska fecsl.
t rroiu han trancicn per W. u. Hall Oct 27
A tutweriber takes this view of the admin rIiS.N Co loo.sk flour, IJ3jks bran, 44
istration paper's attack on Mr. W. 0. Smith : ?m"u " ,V,yi' . ' ? ' T . 1
, ' ! , ... , . , I "ay, 1 horse, 30,200 bricks, 224 sks coal and
"Tliat gentleman has provoked llie admin!-1 400 I)kg, prmision, 3ni miscellaneous mer
tration to such good purjiose that the cabinet j chandise. ,
assaults itself with a Imomerang. At toal ' "
'year of prosperity,' it is Im-naterial whether
Mr. W. O. Smith meant the year ending witl
the present or the-lasi quarter. These
facts remain the government is witPout
An rtftVfinr; U new tnd tllittle mllt,nrv c!, m
At) IlS, SAK ATld dSolJlIO Kill itl le !
ESTATE I I I
I ! VT.f ti PaMar AtvftVt, "! itAn rtt, n
wy VtfewMnt, fe Cult, lk Wi,Vf
lir.AI. f.HVA t K
l:.kitr. wie-' rNietVUiJN K. r.AAi,
ftl i-KetMeatw f raV tare Uni'i K. ktl 1
tWtm; 1 1!, 11 f"1 r n Klff SoH,
M 44tt tVaw tl aamwieaVw sHi
atrane Aerswi. 7V MUK11 ift ftptm U
nury a tM la (e4 ret4, tr aslii Fimaa tejn
litefrt IM hit rsweAi. 1t cixwlc tr tfaem-l
k tlri1( gHi ml imleV Mt mmt i,
fetUe ttvy tor y m I.U a i.fHr kv-c
rtil. MwtallM A -XI iVa cit Aietrirf
IXIT tA VM M i I, M lk I lev
M W, l Wt) fi ra4 Kit; flef iV
emrUdy fet, -Tlzlt la a aiefiiMe K-.il (,
drtiir !. Uii4U 11 ml' ihtrt. A
iJ&f fSTU Aip9Ht liilin ml Oittfb Kv,
en Ik fdAri a IUa-aA. TV ter ver
wtt44lJ, IHAti4 At II if lnJ 0omH&t
tmerAwsrd l,7, li., eiiCrmed iy Royl Pels..
fl Ale ymt aat4.
X. I!. Dill-,
:. r. a 11 amh,
For San Francisco, per bk C
to carry out the Japanese scheme. The further C Co, 320 bags rice ; J II llrunt k Co, 200
sal n envernnirn lionils sm In liav rr. . "i inuiavvo. iuiai iuiijl:!:, i, aiiu
simple' October 29 H Hackfeld & Co, 4,666
r , ! ugar ; K IlofTschlaeger U Co, 261 lags
at funds ( Afong& Co, 720 bags sugar ; Wong I
ceived a permanent check due largely not, as
the Advertiser remarks to W. O. Smith, but to
(he Opposition. The work of 'Mr. W. O.
Smith and his political associates'- has not
injured the rtnl 'credit 'of the country but
has merely hurt that false credit which aimed
to give the (lowers that be all the money they
wanted lo spend in foolihsnes. 'Tis said
they have tried . to bring trouble on the
country and have caused It a large financial
loss.' In reality they have simply helped to
save the country from hopeless debt. If
the government cannot carry on needed im
piovcmcnt harbor works, water works, road
works without increasing the public debt,
ihea let us wait until improvement can come
in the natural order of increased revenue."
Friend Williams the photographer is nol
himself at all unless he is wrestling around lo
enlarge hi collection of views, etc. and is ne
ver happy untes he can present something
new to visitors to Ihe gallery. He Is in hi el
ement this week and his face fairly beams with
delight over the several new additions, some
of which are excellent Illustrations of ihe diffi
culties and characteristics of the coasting ser
vice of these islands; one view showing the
stranding of the Kilauca Hou, and several
views of boating off and loading cattle at Ma
hukona. A new view of the Hawaiian Hotel
i shown, also a very pretty bridge scene near
Onomea,Hawaii and three new volcano view.
I3S9-20OO. Domestic value, $31,565.
lashen to Pittsburg, anil I departed happy, I
felt good wunst more lo hev a dollar In my
pokkit, and not to fecr Ihe approach uv the
conduckter. I hcv bin droppt off the hind
eend of tranes so many limes lhat it is monoto
nous. One kin git thru the kentry by bcin
kicked offone trane ami waitin' for the next lo
come only lo be kicked off that, but Is warm
onto the sect uv the trousirs.
The funeral of the late Mrs. C. R. Uisbop
wit! lie an imposing pageant. The religious
exercises at the residence will be conducted by
Rev. Henry Parker. The procession will form
at I r. M., and proceed at 2 I. M-, from the
residence on Erama Street, along Ilerctania, to
Nuuanu, to tfic royal mausoleum. Governor
Domini has charge.of (he funeral procession
Those invited 10 be present at the exercises In
the house wii-pieac be present between 13 M.
and I P. M.
Yesterday In the police court Akeona the
Chinese policeman was fined $56 and costs for
assault and battery on Lupou, and afterwards
disnm-cd from the sen ice by Marshall Soper.
To-day he will appear lu the same court on a
chage of perjury In Ihe second degree. A
Utile investigation might show more of this
ilk among the pels of the forces.
Satumiay OctoUr 25.
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Mm Waimanalo from Walmanalo
Ktin Likclike from Kahului
Stmr Kilauea Hou fiom Haniakua
Slmr Kapialani from Ewa
Sch Kauikeaouli from Honokaa
Sch MJnuokawai from Koolau
Sch Emma from Waialua
Sch I laleakala from Peneekeo
Sch Waiehu from Waialua
Su.NlHY, October 26.
It M S S Australia iSdavs from Sydney via
Auckland en route for San Fraucisco
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai.
Stmr C R' Ilishop from Haniakua
Sch Rob Roy from Koolau
Sch Kapiolani from Waianae
Monday. Octolier 27.
Stmr W G Hall S day 4 hour from San Fran
cisco Stmr Waimanalo from Waimanalo
Sch Nettie Merrill from I.ahaina
Tuesiiay, October 28
liktne W. II. Dimond from San Francisco.
Sch Rainbow from Koolau
Stmr Mokoli from Moloktl
Am bklne Ella, 19 day from San Francisco
Sch Waimalu from Koloa
W'F.ustsiiAY, October 29.
Sim Planter, rom Maalaea, Kona and Kau,
Stm James Makee, from Kauai, via Waialua,
Sim Waimanalo from Walmanalo
ThVrmiay, Octuber 30th.
Sch Kekautuohl from Hanalci
fkh Waloli from I lana
FmnAV October si,
Schr. Caterlna from Hanalci.
Schr Marion from Waianae.
Stmr" Kapiolani from Ewa
Satuiiiay, Novemlier 1.
Slmr Likclike from Kahului and way pons
Sch Leah! from Kohalalele
Sch Kawailani from Koolau
Sch Rob Roy fiom Ko..lau
Sch Wailele from Onomea
Sch Mile Morrit from Motokai
Sl'l Kapiolani from Waianae
W II Cornwell,
Svlva. L Atcu.
Lrnestbcriier. W V Homer. K Hind. G Pair.
R' Wallace, II Macy F 11 llutler and aUmt 90
For Kauai via Walnanae and Hanalei. per
jamct .Makee ucioner 31!. ui u tv rarner,
J L Richardson, T Morris. Mit A Davie.
Judge I P Kauai, ludge S K Mahoe, Geo
Rulherford, Geo Houghtailing, S Sellg, G
icoscner ane amut 00 neck.
From Maalaea, Kona and Kau, per Planter,
October 29 F II Hayselden, wife anil 3
children. Mis Albro, W F Roy, Master
Major Cooke. C N Ileleloa and wife, Mr Ke
kaikuihala, Mis Nahlnu, I prtsaner and 53
From Kauai, per Iwalani, Oct 26 F W
Glade, V Knudsen, Capt II Wolteri, S liar
rison, J Ilrcnt, Mr Aukal, Mr Kuapuu, J K
McKcnzlc. Mrs Strentieclc and child, N Aus
ten, 6 Chinese and III deck
For Windward ports per Likclike Oct 27
Silcr llonaventura, Capt J Rot, E Walsh, A
Smith, K Norrie, Ah Lo, MistM Coodale,
Mr L Kelley W Cmtly.C Hansen. Mrs Ever-
ason, 0 Thideman and almut 32 deck.
From Kauai via Waialua and Waianae, per
James Makea, October 28 J L Rlchardton,
D D Ilaldwin, Major Wrcnighton, Major R
Dickson, M D Monsarrat, and 40 deck
For Kukuihacle, Honokaa and Paauhau,
I lamakui, per C It Ilishop, October 28 W II
Rickard, J Marsden, Tho S Kay, I Kiha, W
It Lawrence and 40 deck
For Kauai per Iwalani Oct 2S-Francis Gay,
Misses Eliza and Alice Gay, V Knudsen, Max
Schlenmer, S Harrison, P Richmond and It
From Colonies per Australia Oct 26 E
Foley, A Dewsbury, A Currie, A Mclntyre,
Mr Fitzpatrick, Iv Gascoyne and J F lllake.
For San .Francisco per S. S. Australia, Oct.
26. Mrs Hall, Mr Callen, Ah Fixm, Kam
On, Ah Soo, Mr Sinclair, and S6 in transit.
From San Francisco, tier W. II. Dimond,
October 2S Miss R PfeiiTer, Mis D G
Ischracder, Chas. Gannon and Ja Reiley.
From I lamakua, per C R Ilishop, Oct 26
Mis L Louis, K Hanuna, EM I lamina, II
Hanuna, and 5S deck
From San Francisco per W. C. Hall, Oct
ober zy. T It Foster, J J-' Noble and Mrs M
For San Francisco per bklne Discovery, Oct
ober 27. Col Sam Norris and Mr Puffer.
THK I.KAIHSU SIlt.l.t'tKHV IIIIUSI'.
Klrsl in Knlftyfit, Hi(firl la Qflalrtr, L4
Price, ii Firmest lj lb Cuntvi'nct of ike Com
C. J. I'lUHKl.,
Nutii-Eait corntr o Hotel u4 Port Struts,
Honolulu. H. I,
THK U.'UjP.PSIONKU HAVB SOI.O TIIHIR
enlirv tlMh and ttrA will Ut lAirtmA tilh HA
WAIIAN CAKKIAOK IAUrACIVRINOCO
rolaVf elTea ttvm and lef Ocster IK, tlti
All trusutl tfiiiM IK tivi'A Will Til AN Ir
WKIOIIT wOlktMllolby J, A. PALMI'.K, tad U
sf M ceirtrie kl firl ir rvf(lfil(r flef4 id
ray Ihe tArae ca J A UAIAIKK, tin CanpUIrt
(,int.i WHITMAN WP.IGHT
7)rf KndefMZftfd tuvt fAfrttiAied lk entire tfcvrlr,
tM AAdrwIvllt.elliLiinr Ut Wlliy MAM &
WKIOIlf, toUVe 'll,. from h4 firr OctvUn- IU.
fit. Alt mHizjndmr vjgohmi dt bid lam will L
neai)yi a. i-.si.jikk,! ,i;iinptvs ki-x
ic . M, Will I1A
i AUHunet nrrj
I leu ear
It wuz a unforchnit vencher. I was onlucky
enulTlo git into the city in ihc inornin', and I
rcioitiI to the Centrel Cominllty The yoo-
sual thing ensood. I wuz invited lo lake
suthin, wlch I had not the Spartan (i minis to
icfoozc. One drink led to another, fur the
active Dimocrisy uv Pittsburg is diouthy, and
by the lime night hed come and I bed got
onto the platform, I wuz fuller than a gte.
I opened up my valise and commenst my
speech. When I hev manoosciipt ( kin speck,
drunk or tolwr, and I dij speck. Did I speck
for any length of lime ? Indeed I did not.
Ther cum up from that awjence sich a storm
uv Imprccashuns, sich a howl uv deiishun,
ttcn a mingnn uv proanity, et ever wui
heerd. I sponcd it wui Iher way uv applaudin,
and went on, smilin, till a pastel uv em rushed
hAz6tn fclAcltwiHtn and lr.
cirratinfAcrry (SIR.C. WfJif relirwzl. tlti
Then. II. Danes Ic Co. liaveuU rtxi. Ivoqutli
ties of a chemical fn3uer ftrf'Aially pevparcd t-jr apfU
caiion to cant fields by lhccUlraled'Lei &tm.
ical Manure Co. lie qualities ur of xiealer and !
s.JuUlity, and ihus adapted repective!y 10 dry and
et dUlricls. I, i C. irylf.
ItianVma iMa etmmnfikrfvr tkeir uatraoax la Ik
poAt, and AcUinni; a tjr4uuumm ol lb tarn, with
attraact ofotr hrt allntkie xn all bvtines intrusted
so our car e.
W rctnai, eerv revr-safully,
K 0. SH tlMAN.SroiAry
Th ttn&trmfnyit tanfr tCrrm WnnlfaA w'ah iKt
KACTUKltSO COMPANY, late ti.it m0l U .
and literal imiA&fmtM rcccirsnl (tiMubw mint (rn&t
od cafctroat 1a tbtf cnmomrfiy, t tMi xM ttanl
Wt irCvconSialljr isvitc )riu to towrsnnl vat Venice
MWffttw ' ita&ixaer an ttn ttu i,
with myttnvl t&tit td Hran frt tA mxth&tVft
we czTcf taturnuft, mm wif, a tfirT ai
irfirei(n4 uvl &!&.
(S.tw!) S . WHITMAN,
W. W. U'RIGMI
tntrt'infif (nmihmAifmr,itJtti HAWAIIAN
CAKKIAOK MANUFACTURING COM PA NV. I
wlih tockpr tdtlu ctMrnttnltr tf utxrerc c&aukt
for tlSe LifI paironjj? at nyjy& tbr hivli,
. inm that tb m tacfjanttmnA iukl Mfvxi
illlv rxtctvtni lomir oetwjt lnUth yturtto
una. try mtAtaiaur,
$! VttV) a VEST.
A jIaaia mm mmmi a a a, aiAiffAk , f .iih
srwi nr j v nat vvMnvtllier twts airftaai aw,
And Agnl Ic take Atknoett4gmtrUt
NV ft KAAHVUA.HV hltT HuOLtVLU
Tlic following will lc the princijial rowing
courses on regatta day : For tiwiared boats
From ludges' stand, near the cattle landiug,
lo bell buoy and return. For four.oared boats
From judges' stand to spar buoy and return.
For two-oared boats From judge,! stand lo
marine railw ay (usual course) and return.
Readers of shoit stories are respectfully re
ferred o the fourth page, where one of Mis,
Apponyi best sketches may be found. Two
of Ihe reprinted articles on the first page aie
sure to Interest cultivated readers generally,
and the other will be of especial interest to Ca
In a contemporary note last week, King Al.
fonto of Spain wasmemioncduUhoiiru; among
the cholera patients of Naples, King Hum
bert of Italy, of course, should have been
The Anglican Church Chronicle and ihe
Hawaiian Monthly arc both out but not in
lime for notice to-day.
The October tern of the supreme court will
be adywrned to-day.
Saturiiav Octolier 25,
Am bk Kmerald for Port Townsend
Su.MlAV, October 26.
Stmr Australia for San Francisco 31 3a r. u,
MaDAV, Octolier 27
Stmr Likclike for Kahului at 4 r. u.
Am. bklne Discovery for ban r ranciscoat 2 r.M.
Sch M K Fcnter for 1 lamia, Maui
Ncn hawailam tor all ports in Houlau
Schr. I.uka for Kohala ami Kukatau.
TUEStiiV, October 28.
Stmr Klnau for Windward wits at 4 r.u,
Slmr Iwatani for Kanai al 5 r.M.
Slmr C. It, Ilishoii for llamakua al 12 SI
Stmr Lchuajor llamakua at 5 r.M.
Stm Waimanalo for Waiinanalo
Sch Manuokawai few Kcvlau
Sch Marion.for Waianae
Schr. Khukai for Waialua.
Schr. Walehit for Laupahochoc,
WuMiaDtYi October 29.-.
Stmr MokolU for Molokal
Sch IlaleakaU fee Peepkeo
Sch Rainbow lot Kooku
Sch Nettie Merrttl fu Lahaina
Sltyi Kapiolani for Ewa
Mr. G. J. Waller't enterprise in putting Into
to hi butchering establishment a refrigerator
large enough to accomodate several !eev e-,and
o enable him lo supply prime lieef !iree days
old, continuously, deserves Ihe commendation
and, what Is more lo the oint, the patronage
of the public
Mr. E C. Williams has manufactured with
most finished workmanship a coffin of kou and
koa foi to-morrow's royal funeral. Mr. L. E.
Sperry, in Ihe employ of Wenner & Co., has
engraved a silver plate for the coffin, of licautiful
design and finished workmanship.
Is hereby zietn lhat ill, J. II. Kiu it rvivcrrd
to art for tr In all taaurrs of buiine uojet full povrr
ofaiiotrxy. THOS. (i. THRUM.
Honolulu, Ociolr , iS'a.
C. jt, V. rt.
Lost, from No. to rteretania lireet. a zood-suvd.
r-arrcn, c4LrtzU Jjmafe. A liberal reward wilt be
paid 10 anyone- finding and reluraiaa Iba tanw lo
ay TII05. O. THRUM.
C. iw, l. IL,
Toe smderMned kit wandravn front lh firta U
Sandcrmann & Haltie, and is ikj lefxjeiuUe (or any li
asdtUt. I.C. HAI.TIE.
lObala, OtoUr ?, iXU.
MORTGAGEES' NOTICE OF
THE UNDERSIGNED, C. BREWER A Co., -oarpeirAtcd,
awHnft of a certain nunzaj-t deed riven
by Ah Kar (otherwise kcowQ as Ai) so M. ICose.dAtAd
Aacust 14. t'.of record in Liber (t, foGo ia-i9l
ncrcby fire ikaIcc lhat in accordance wita a poser of
talc conrilned iw tba said asceTgart tby totrnd tofe
cjos iIm taasr for condition broken, to wa ; nnevpay
meat of tbc debt sccsrrd thereby and alw, allot la
cshisate tba tertniaef ctaaMat bi a snort rae in j.
workmafiliac mannrr ; ajoJ aler the lime atauted by
law wOltrllat public iracskaialloooroia.
ON SATURDAY. OCT. XSta.
AT THE SALESROOMS OP E. P. ADAMS,
AQ property corcred by said aaorteart, tkc saaae
llie Hawaiian AlAanac and Annual for ills it nov
In course of SAiblicatioa. Parties, Societies, or Depart.
mctut bavina correclkms to report will pleaie do so at
their earliest convenience. Advertisers will pleaie aj
vsei conceminc changes and space desired.
TIIOS. C THRUM, PeautMw,
The idea that editors arc (lad to get any
thing to " fill up" with, probably originated
with some outsider who waj ' jnviled lo a press
banquet. Balm Builtlin
Alt Saints Day will be celebrated at both Si.
Andrews pro-Cathedral and the Roman Catho
lic Cathedral to-day,
The new- and the old Ice companies have
begun the IrtTjin process in rates of ice
Mr. W. G, Irwin and Mr. Myron Jones go
lo ihe coast by this steamer.
McSIIANK In Honolulu, October 27th, of
dipsheria, George, youngest son of Luke ami
Lilia MfShane.afwd 20 months and 1 1 days.
"Qf such U the Vhajdom of heaven.'
OOKS PHRTAININO.TO HAWAII.
lArWIIiuorroflae HawaSao liUadv
Mm rWs SU UmIu In ike Saod.kb lOands.
alisa liedoe, Cuaueuoa't !ue lounuint.
Mrt. JmU't HoavluhiT
ItaotMAM AUatnac and Annual.
At the annual raeetinc U the raucaa .Surar Co.,
held In Honolulu thitdajr, the following sdkert were
elected tor the erpuiog year l
ioo, Acsil PmSdcM.
. I. Al-STIK ... . Vke-frnudeci.
V. IX Ion st, J .hccictar and 1 rtaAurer.
. O. CatttA .Auditor
llocUJiu, Ostobrr . iU. Swairr,
heiac a Icava of 100 Acrea ot land At lduks. ICAnrodb-
CMhs, made t-r sThales C Harm to said Ap fcr ibe
term or Ira rears, ualoa lone s, tro,or rtoor4 tnbawr
s. fouVtaz, and crops, buitdioa's live stock, leUl aaj
inpravtnvtvAA Ibcrvoo. Theesltr of redearpiMa of
said itiorlre4vaiinc teen eolibr said. ib Fa to Ah
Stf- wbo baa aAvsaicii the paTssent of he same.
C BREWER CO.
br f C Jones. Jr.. ttnim.
F. M. Hatch, Auorcey
- K. V.AVAMS,
Honolulu, Sept. J, ltC.
thk Ltqvou rmumuiM or all aiika
Bit Jtfr DrtArrtrr of Jaawrj.
Pajaor Crtuan tat t 1 kave teJucSenthr tAAneJ
Doctor Dorcntster't bjA.Tbe U-iuoe ProbleM of AH
Ages to coosince raraetflhalk tsofjcre-At valoe. It ta
pacbedfullof ttaliattct aut eAwrf Aeund tUewbeec. Il
s valuable as an educator and will to ol ualerest to
alt u know the faces in recant to tto l's tr'aaV.
pAAlor Ocaei tayt I kast Aaviad Skit boo and
tae plwaeuto ia reooeawvendiat; it, X C. Dainoo, 11,
M. Wkiuey, Rev. Ceurfe Wallace, S. L. tsUwp, p.
C Jonet Jr., ) B-Alb.no.. T.ailiin. US. act
ton, SecYr V. M. C.V. tre anonf the nuasUr tkat
kave ordered k.
FOR SALS BY J. S. CUTLER.
Tor sale at
a or! aU.
I I. M. Huux.
tjat. HiiOuw, 1
Aairaem afoareirar i'mtlor.
ICukui Jewelry, anl Fine Diamond Setting a Socially,
AU Kiatela of rarWrar JfetwV OrArr ..!
Watches Caref.Ur aUpauwd and Wlrraaltd.
tvettrrwf etaavrwielei9,aavaY ltliaeai eawttafrwawa
- tW aVavtVrtWr fnnm. , f v
No, Ift Horn. Slaaar ..,.-,. Uomosi
SQUARE TO A CENT.
THK HEASOX OF OVK Ml CCKlMf.
Wt do batinett 00 trxkt prtaclUew-
have only a fisod percenttf at a ffo&U
THK fKHCKXTAOK O.Vtr Mt AIUIKO
TO THK fOir OF TUU UOOIIX.
Wt never deviate (roes the price Saeaj under
any circuattaac. Wt ataik alt govda
wiifa ttHtaw piict- ia s-laia wawzta.
We never mitreprewat or concetl tkw faalta
of any article oSered ior talc ,
Wteackaafe foods cbeerfaBy and rtlura
atonx w-Uhneily wftea unable t tail ac
OUR MOTTO -
A ckiid cf bve sears can Very at ckea. at a amaa of
rpcrMnce,"-u fauuuily tgoHralcd.
yatta no auvwaVc Sec the aaave tt
H. t.OH.Y 4 CO.,
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
it aad Feet Street,
RILLS KrCFIVABLE a. a PAVABLE HOOKS
H'llH Jouey Urrrlfs, Sklfplnf Ketrtfll,
OrAer AmI, ArAaW Jfee-areta,
Plantation Tt UsaAa, PacLur Receiftt, Hi. Or
der IUaakt, x c., coeMaatly oa kaad, tot
Special ForaiA Uada a ta Order tn Saart Natic
.11 THO. tl, THHVM't
MtacMaxt Smx Ao toay atitaa, tvaAtt.
eaecated ta scr at ike Sat hay Pan si 11