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BY ADAMS & WILDER.
;Besidonco 'of Cap t. W. Berrill,
i SCUAJiC ATESCR, OX
t MONDAY, : : : : : Nov. 2 1st,
- .. AT IO A. M , AT
UPviblic Unction !
l j CoeUtiDK of
; Parlor, Bedroom Dinins: Eoom & Kitchen
t ini j-NTTrTTTT?T 1 .
fWre Tile. HirCVh 8oOs " Chairs, TJ Chair.
'rrkLl i Work TaMtr. iUrfcte Tlo I-iec
wita M&il. ItraMcia Carpet.
One Superior Chickerlng Piano
7 1-2 OCTAVE. ALSO,
One Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ,
. Superior mike. . , .t .
JIaiie Staota m4 Moie,' - ' - ' '
BriiMii Velvet Table Cott,
Wains Hat and CaibreDa Ftaod, .
Brackets. Vase, btataeuea. Pier GUm,
Hogs and TkIits, Candlestick vase.
3 LiabtChaadeUers wila pollers
jyom Ehades, Curtain ami brackets.
Rosewood Gilt Window. Cornier.
errc&ioK trrnooaApoa oo set), oil paintings
AMD PICTURES, BOOS CASE AND BOOKS. .
SEWINO MACHINE (H'becler Wfleaa.)
Koa Bedsteads, doable mod s.nfrte
... , CHILD'S KOA COT.
MWanv Marble Tea Brea sod Wahtand, Caopfaor
Wood Wardrobe. Plain AVKM'E CIIAIRJ, Cane Beat
. . I ft . my 1 t. M . : : t hil-
J et-th. Clnthes Baskets, Larr Mahogaor Extension Dioine:
f I Table, Canary Bird. Stile Board. Clock sod taod. Children'!
I JincKtane Seat Csalrs,,-Dinln Roots snd Ver isdsii; Cbairs,
W Lars llaairlTic Lawrp, Mukmim Netting, Table- sot lioose-
f j bold Liaeo aod beddin;,
f KOI) EL COOK. STOVE A.I RITCUEV rrKXnTBE,
H ' ,'... Tables, etc., etc.
f i One Horse, Buggy and Harness.
1 Oardea Bose sad Tools. UA of firewood Old Loober. !
l Alio, House ia the Yard, to be removed.
. " Meat fise aod Pigeon House.
.THE HOUSE TO LET OR LEASE.
ADAM3 k. WILDER. Auctioneers. M
1 1 OS TUESDAY, : : : NOVEMBER 22d,
I AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M, AT 8ALE3 ROOM,
I Jul iiSSU UI rtew juuuai
I ' -
i - COK2SISTINO or
DRY. GOODS, CLOTHING-,
J Groceries, Crockeryware, etc
Traders i rsp-cln llf la r ar Cases af
Tarker Hrd aal 1 allasr. aaa Plait aaa el
. ! Frlats rerr desirable far Trade (a the
4 Westward. at-
j WINKS AND LIQUORS !
? . APAM3A WILDER. AneUsasin.
I FURNITURE, ETC.
f i '
i : By order of tke AdnnnfacrsUir nf the F.state of IW late UaJ
t j ssty Queen Dowscsr U. C KAPAKCUA1U,
ON FRIDAY. - - DECEMBER 2d.
1 AT 10 O'CLOCK A.
11 tka Krldcace af Her Ute Msjest j TaIacc Walk,
I j rTili be Sold at Public Auction, '.
A LARGE LOT OP
SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FIR.MTCRE
' Uair ClUh Sofe sod ( hairs, Kt7 Chairs.
3 lalald Ceatre Table. IMr(e Mlrrers. "
' Cluck sa4 Stool, Vases, Bedates4s sod Beddiotf,
, j Elrgasl AVsrdrebes, Tables.
s rVeretary. Kxtensioo Table, Brussel'. Csrpeu,
Crockery sod Glassware, Truoks, Tabs,
CAL IJAH1 II" X
'SILVER AND PLATED TEA SETS!
SILVER AND PLATED WAKE,
i LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER ARTICLES !
AT VI OTIIflK NOON
joae Elegant Daroache,
Set of Harness, etc., etc
ADAMS a WILDER, Auctioneers.
ITIIE UmiW Ml WORKS (0.
- MAKK ILL EI S 1)3 Of w
Jyj-ACIIIXERT, STEAM KXGIXES,
hCUAK 11IIJJ?," WIXD MILX, ;
VACX UM PAXS.CXAEII'LEIIS, .
tEXTEIFCOAL.' MACHINES, ..
J w 1 ' . J 1 TANKS. 6M.OICE BTACK8,
1 I AND ALL KINDS HEAVY SHEET IRONWORK.
CASTINGS IN IRON, BRASS .AND LEAD
iy Made to Onk.-r, sad pexticalar attention paid to :
t .tu . - --
j Anthracite, Cumberland and Soft Coal,
1 hand sad For Sale. Also, "
'Valves, Covks, and Biub Work of all-kind, ' 1 111
Centrifugal Wire Cloths, of Tsrious meshes.
Flax Packing, Rubber packing and btiting.;
Filling-. Elbows, Tees. Bends, Nipples, c
." fSUauta and. water rauesw, T
Bnafting. Bar. plate and angle Iron,
Pi iron Cur btdl&xt, Scrap Iron,
nO ' NuU,"Bolta, WaaheWBivets,';
FIRE CLAY. FULL ASSORTMENT OF STEEL.
t i .... ....
. ALdSO .aaa
) riXW & SECOND HAND HACHI17ERY,
1 amaU ai(ed Suir MCI,
' f1 sil Suu- Mill fur cuttlw power, aooond hand,
?onts'u,ua ExilQe' ,0x18' ed t ' i
i 2 Ttnrtaaa WWeJ, fc runmntf eeiitrifaifals wita W teet
. . , bead of water.
I Duuuic uwwa apparataa, ,..,
. 1 Httntf Powr fur k renter 1 . ...
1 1 TJprifat Boiler, horse power.
f " " 1 Ssull Tubular Boiler, 1 hone power.
X Ceotrifueal Mar bines and engine to drl-rs the
i seaiaaaa. : t;.;
Sawing and Wood Work
EXECUTED TO ORDER,.
far which tha Works haw maasaal facHitiea.
ol ' ' - " ALEXANDEa TOUNO, Manager.
I RESU STOCK OP
TOBACCO. AND CIGARS!
'I V larfeassortoieotot '
. - j ..; .
Coupriain a rariety af?
, ,f; Brand, of
BBI6HT & BLACX
CHEWING JLND SUOXING TOBACCO !
German. -Chllfornia. Gthnbte Manila and Havana
D I C3-JSL 3FtL S 2
I Also, a tat of Eeal Briar Wood PIPE Si
I - CUBA P. -k
H'a CII ' w I -
,i IIOLLUTER.A: Iir&AKD
DY C.-81 BARTOW
Real statc at Auction.
THIS DAY, SATURDAY,- -K0V.19th,.
' ; it 12 cclocc m ' 5 .
Oo the Premtres. Punrtbowl 8e., nearly opposite the Queen's
Hospital, I will Sell at Publio Auction,
A GOOD FRAME BUILDING!
nearly new, containing S rooms, together with the
Lot upon which said Building - it Situated,
. . , C. 8. BARTOW, Auctiooeer.
, - - V
OH WEDNESDAY, - - - - NOV. 23d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M-, AT SALES ROOM,
Will be Sold:
A CHOICE SELECTION OF DRY GOODS !
t'.-" -" KAMELT
Black Broad Cloth, Alpaca, Snk Handkerchief.
linen. Prints, Pant bluff. White and Brown Cotton,
'0 , Blankets, hock, aud PtockiSrm, Towels. J
iloliaod Blue CUoo, ilorrock'. Lornt Cloth,
CnibrelUa. Bedspreads, Lineo Duck,
Thread and Sewiog Cotton.
, O Xj O 1 IX I 3NT o :
Qray Cndersbiru and Drawers. Calico Shirts,
Marino sod Cotton 1'ndcrahirts, Hickory Fhirts,
Fsocy Bosom fahiria, Coat, aud Pauls.
Casts of Kerosene, Card Jl'iichrtt,
Tubacco, Candles, White Soap, etc., etc. .
' ' AT 1 O'CLOCK NOON, - - ' :
OSE TWO WHEEL CnilSE, (XE1RLY SEW.)
C. 8. BARTOW, Auctionoer.
EVENING SALE OF BOOKS!
ON SATURDAY EVENING, NOV. 26th,
AT 7 O'CLOCK. AT SALK3 ROOM, I WILL SELL,
OAssIfAl, UlsUricsJ, EtiitAtlona!, Petlf tl, Misltal,
SnTlfA!x Botanical, Legal and otbfr Works,
ENGRAVINGS AND DRAWING BOOKS.
XT Catalog oes may be seen at Sales Room.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
WAGON FOR. SALE!
ONE NEW TWO HORSE
WAOON, warranted to carry two tons ;
heavy patent springs, suitable for a su
gar plantation, to be .old cheap.
' - Apply to JAMES I LEWIS.
Just Received per R. C. Wylie.
rfllNS WESTPHALIA SAUSAGE,
A , Batty'. Pie Fruits, batty's Pickles, Sultsna Raisin.,
' " Zaote Currants, io 7 snd 11 lb. jnr. ' "
. . i . Tins Red Herrtoa, Lea A Perrtn's Sauces,
1-4 and 1-2 boxes Fine Table Raisins,
Kegs Crushed Sugar, Tin. Ginger Root,
' Tins Citron Peel, ':
- And PorSsleatthe
Family Grocery and Feed Store,
08 - By I. BARTLETT. '
R C." VVYLIE FROM BREMEN !
INGLISU PKlKTS.r PANCY, PCKl'LE,
li Moornior. - ......
Prench PriuU, fancy. Fancy Muilius, ,
' Victoria Lawns, Mosquito Netiiuf , '
Superior Black Coburgi,
French Merino and Crape, Ticking, , . .
White Shirting aud Louk Cloth. . .
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, heavy. ' ' "
. Brown and Blue Cottons, Uicknry Stripes, i . :
Blue Twilled Bsxeoy FlaoneU,
Fine White Flannels,
Imperial Lioens, sisorted. White Linen Haudkerchlefk,
; , , White Jacnoet Handkerchiefs,
Turkey Red and fellow Handkerchiefs, ,
Fancy Cotton HaodkerchitN,
Black Bilk Elaatie. Dress Goods,
Plain and Figured Black Silk,
White Linen and Ribbed Drill,
.. Fine White Linen Duck. ' : ' :
Black Hair Cloth for tailor's use. Mack Lioiug Silk,
Blue Twill, Blue Piiue, Caahmere, .
Veil Barege," assorted colors.
08 3m For Sale by II. IIACKFELD & Co.
j. T AUCTION.
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12.
AT I 2 O'CLOCK, NOON, AT SALESROOM,
We shall Offer the Sugar Plantation
' SitoaUid in
EOOLirPOKO & K00LATL0A, ISLAM) OF 01111
: COMPRISING TUB . ." T'
- - . . '
LANDS OP KAAWA. : : ? ', - ? m ' ;;
Of which Lands there are 324a Arres arid la Fee
Slasale, snd about 1500 acres on Leave which has 14 years
to run. Together with sll the
BUlLlli'GS,: v 9 T!
Of all descriptions.
t : . f . i- 1 1 1 1 - I ' 5 '. ......... vi '
CATTIiE, C1KTS, Arc, &c.
THED VILDINGS COMPRISE
1 STONE SUGAR HOUSE, Shingled Root;
140 feet by 40 feet with L part 100 feet by 30 feet.
One Stone Blacksmith and Carpenter Shop.
' 'ONE STORE
SAY SIX STOVE & CRASS II01SES FOR. LABORERS.
TRASH HOCSR,- etc, etc.
ONE DWELTjITTQ- . HOUSE
1 'i'thppttrtenancesvat Knaloa,1 1J ;
Comprising Cottages, Kitchen, Store Hou.es, Bath Hooss,
Native House, Carriage Hoase, Stables, etc, etc
One Dwelling House, .with appurtenances,
The Machinery Comprises
Qxjlo irorti MtU,
ONE4-IIOIlSE POWER ENGINE,
OSI MCLTITOBPLAR' BOll-KR, 104 inch ;
tubes, feet by 16 teet.
V.ItTO, FlElpoiVERS, ie by HjeeC
THREE STEAM CL.ARIFIERS,
0SR TRAM OP KETTLES,
ONB COPPER WORM STEAM PAN
U r. I COPPER PIPE, McOneyH, ... "
CLAttlFIER, used ss Striks Pan.'
ONE JCICS PUMP,
OSK FAIS.CRVTRirCGALS, with Engine A Boiler complete.
PI ITT COOLERS, etc, etc
The Tools comprlso
-FOJTtGGix rOx jCarts !.
v K" -4 Tig ether wito" '
Chains, Ox Yokes, Plows, and all the Tools
'Properly belonging to a first claiw plaotatloa
There are oo the place
SO yoke Working Oxen, about 200 head of
- s-. - .Cows Calves and Steers, ,t .......
All sf which hart beea raised on the land from i smarted .took.
The Pisco is well fenced and has about seven miles of .tone
waU. There is also about
lOO TONS OF SUGAR TO BE TAKEN OFF
The shore PlanUtkn will be offered subject to crtain mort
gages, which will allow the terms to be mada very liberal.
For further particular, enquire of
. 'v'l - AIAM8t,WJLDER,AwtVi.
PHOTOGRAPHIC . GALLERY
I AM NOW PREPARED TO TAKE
PICTURES of. any Style !
,. -i At the- m it T
Rooms Formerly Occupied by H. L: Chase
East Side Fort Street, between King snd Hotel,
And hope by attention to business to merit the patrousgeaf
the publkr. '- . ' -
Particnlar Attentioa Paid to Copying.
o29 las ' M. DICKSON. '
MUSIC!. i 1 -
P.' A. MAYNARD, PROFESSOR
of Music Mid Band Maiur, late U'a it. Vin
cent College. Los Angeles. Cl.. b g. to inform
the inhabitants of Houolulu that he now pre
pared to make enrrrmeot for classes in Piano Forte, Guitar,
Violin, we. Comeiatiiestfoos addressed to him throng b the
Post Office will receive immediate attention.
Pinaa Farlea C'arefally Taaed. '
Terms msde known oo application at the Book tore of H,
M.Whitney. ,. ; o29 3m
j . ii . t n o n v s 6 iv
Will Sell from this Date at his Blacksmith
. . ; . SHOP,- ' - -
, ... ' ;.' ,
All Small Sizes of Iron at
Fire Ccsl. per P.ssd. aad -
Heavy Flat Iron
. .For Four. Cents per Pound.
BLAC IT'S MIT H' S.COAL !
Twenty-Five Dollars per Ton.
ICE CREAM ESTABLISHMENT!
T3y 13. Borros,
VO. 19NDUANUST., OPPOSITE AFONG
A. w A Achuck's, is now prepared to furnish a
First Class Article of Ice Cream
From 10 O'clock. A. M. to 10 O'clock, V. M. 15 2m
, I . !
THOS. C. THRUM'S
Stationery and News Depot,
' - HAS
JTJ8T XfcEOEI VEO
-per r; -;
agar's patent. Tracing cloth,
30 Inches "wide.'
SUPERIOR TRACING PAPER, of sices up to
V AljD EXPECTS SHORTLY A SCPPLT 0F 'i
iORAWING PAPER," in sheets
and In roll.' ' ' '
, , , Also, at band a further supply ,,..
ST A IT ' MEDICATED' PAPER !
The ouly reliable article.
Copying Brushes, ' 4 ' ; Golden Robin Song Books.
Carter's lak. ojta. Violet Ink.
f V . jr., ,'Ifste Bosks, &., fco.
. .. ! And a full SitsorUneiit of ;
Wortenholm's Celebrated Pocket Cutlery !
The geuuiue article at reasonable prices.
Also', Constantly on Hand, a sunlit but Clwtce
.... ,. .. LOT OP , , ..
Havana. - Manila and California
AXD THE BEST BRANDS OF
Smoking: and' Chewing Tobacco.
.. o29 Ira . ...
A. S. CLEGHORN,
QFFKRS FOR SALE AT HIS , j
BOSTON OAItl) MATCHES.
KE ROSE WE OIL!
AMERICAN . CORDAGE,
PURE MANILA CORDAGE,
,. . t : . . :
( ; BE8T QUALITY HAVANA BHArE ; .
RICE,-COOLIE AND NO. J i'
SUGAR NO. I, IN KEGS
BURLAPS FOR PADDY AND PULU,
AMERICAN CUTi NAILS,
" a iRRT.PTKn RIZES. '.It . 'j
i i i i 'v
AMERTUBS, PALLS AND TRUNKS,
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
: . - ' ..' ' ' '
m I TNT T
IN THE IARKET. '
,A.'Mi ' i .1 . v. t. '. ; ,! i vs'j.
A FULL LXNE OF 1 " ' ' "
tr" is iif m ) iv'-t
.V TAi BLUE 'COTTONS,
T O S'-A- a o o ,
. 1 t. ) A . s. r. j. t A r it ri :i .
And a well Assorted Stock of
DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING.
- 1 - " - 5 . .' . -- i J j -: e.
i Lslaod Orders carefully and promptly filled, by
. ...... v; ,. .A. S. CLEGHORN, r
Columbia River Salmon!
RRELS ANI HALF ' BARRELS.
M. o29 2m
Tor Sale by CAsTLK 4- COOKR.
NOTICE U EXTLKM ENSv PUR.
1 MUK1 APARTMENTS To Ltt, ajiplyou Uie prm
LUL lies at Revere House, King t., Uonolitl j, n!2 3t
FOR SALE.-THE COTTA&K ONKrU-
l"4"li anu Arenue, recently occupieu ur ic auwn xeven,
ifi. next above Capt. Geleu's.
no 4t Apply to IU Av. P. CARTER.
M FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET AT
WAIKIKI. TheCottsge recently occupied by W. L.
Green, at ihe Beach, Waikikl. Kent Of per month,
or bv the year at $35 per month. . ,
vaxt Apply to ' W. L. CltKEN. .
tfS FOR SALE -Til E COTTAGE ON THE
. ... . i a t . I : (..
reacn a& n kliiki, loroit-rij ucuieu vj mih jkniv-
Apply to t'
W. L. OREEJf.
TO STOCK RAISERS.
4 SITUATION ON A COW RANCH WAST
ed by a man with teu years experience in nt-ng Cuttle.
1.5 31 ' AdJress 11. WI11TAKER, P. 0. Honolulu.
MR. FRANK BROWN IS ADMITTED
this day as a Partner with me in the Wholesale ine
and Spirit Basinets. Vf. HCMPHKEYS.
.. Honolulu, Nor. 1. 1870. no lm
A FEW CASES MARASCHINO FINO.OF
1 dos. botths each, fruui the delta Yen FrabbriCA E.
Laiaarie fits In Zara. .
The' Purest Liquor ever imported into
this Market. For 8ale at the htore of
n5 Ira ' 'THEOD. C. I1ECCK, Fort St.
' .. 1' . 1 1
rilHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING ENTER
. ft ' ed into Co-partnership fjr the cultivation and manufac
ture of Supsr. under the name and style of the Waikapn
Plantation." hereby give notice that from this date the busi
ness of said co-partnership will be transacted by Henry Corn
well as Manager, who is specially authorised to sien for the
a.rm. . . j . HENRY CORN WELL,
, WM. H. CORN WELL,
.,.::.'. D. R. VIDA.
Honolulu, October 1st, 1870. ki
ds 3t ., . GEO. C. McLEAN, Agent, Ilonamai. '
HONOLULU : IRON WORK? CO.;
j . s HAVE ON SALE . , ,i
HlAVV FLAT BAR,31tOX,
,, F.ar Cralt srr Pssnd.
TK A T?. IlOISr, iiial size
i . , ' ii'l Fiver Ceeu per Psssd. -n 'r...
. . if
Further Reduction for large Quantities.
JUST K E C E IV E D
' . ' AND .. ' . ' ' ' . '
For Sale by the Undersigned !
PER BV2SANTIUM FROM VICTORIA,
aud WONGA WONUA, from Sydney, -i
BBLS. AM) 1IALF EBL.'. lUlZEtt UIVKBSAUIOX,
160 Barrels Orcas Lime ' ' ,
Barrels Falkirk's Bottled Ale !
CASES SCOTCH WHISKEY;
til en's and Dov's Straw Hats !
Preserved Vegetables, ,.v
Marine Soap, Etc,
o29 1m .
W. I GREEN.
PAUOA. VALLTJY ROA11. ' ;;
Riey,p. G. WILLIAMSON, VISITOR.
. ALATATJ T. ATKINSON, . . ...... . , PRINCIPAL.
TIIK SCHOOL BUILDINGS STAND IN AN
. extremely healthy position, are large and airy, and have
an excelleut playing ground attached. . 't : !
. KUBJSCT3 StIBIRD . '. ,
Knglmh, Classics, Mathematics, French, &;.
Kxtk Scbjkctm Ch mistry, Natural Philosophy, Mecba
leal Drawing, and Music.'
; T, jDay Papila.!.......SI3 per qosrter. ;
1KR3'" J liaartlers S4U per quarter.
Scholars are now being received fur .the Christmas quarter.
The Young Men'. Ereuing Classes are held at the School
Room on Emma SqunrtK' c '
Por further particulars apply to the -
08 , , VISITOR Of.THS PRINCIPAL.
Ice ;CieaiXL Saloon
CONFECTIONEK Y ESTABLISHMENT,
18 KINO STREET, H. I.
UI1IVATK VA Mil. IK A AND
.Ife- . ' . , ; ,' .
Supplied on the shortest notice ai reasonable terms.
SOOA WATER. &c
ICE Constantly' on hand.
UST' RECEIVED KX SCHR. CRANIA,
200 SACKS STJPEHI0R . AERO WROOT !
Fifty Founds each,
And Fifteen Casks of Rum.
For Bale Cheap in quantities to sul , in or out of Bond,
- nW - .'--- By TUEOU.TblllltUCKl
1ST O "W XaJTTJDX DSTC3-
R. 0. Wylie from Bremen !
rilONKEV JA CK ETS,BLCE IM LOT CLOTH
Heavy Grey Woolen Pants, j . !j: , -; -:
Heary Woolen Drawers, Orershlrts,
' Iceland Jackets, Stocking, and Sock., Mitten.,
Comforters, for Whalemen's use. . . .
; ? i IJgbt Flannel Coats and Sacks, black, llu. and brown
Heavy Winter Coats,
Alpacca Coats, Cashmere Coats, ; - -'
Sack, and Pants, Vest., Cravats,'-' 3j' ;
India Rubber Coats, Dirrmtk Table Covers, ,
-' Blankets,' bine, scarlet, white., green, grey.
Burlap., Linen Thread, Mack sod white.
j-.'TwUtBewing Silk, Cotton thread, :- ' ' ' v
Brown Cotton Socks, White Cottun Stocking.,
Fancy Flannel Shirts," ilickory Shirts, " '
Mixed Cotton Socks,. , ,T,;. v
.A I. White and Fancy Ootoo Skirts, .J: f Aa.X; t
Superior White Lineu Bosom Shirts,
Brown, White and Pink Cotton V ndersliirts.
Heavy Merino Undershirts, Saddle Girth., , .
Playing Card., Kao de Cologne, Lubio' Extracts.
v fjARGE ASSORTMENT OP. CUTLER
Etearine Candles, assorted. . r
Campbori Palm Oil,' Wrapping PaperSold Leal,
Invoice of Stationery,?50 ' 'Biarik' BooIr,
Bath Bricks, Water atoskey., ,,- -j .' :
LARGE INVOICE lOF CROCKERY:
French Calf Skins. Children's Willow Carriages,
French Chocolate, Ultramarine Blue, Loaf Sugar,
' ' IV'ki-: ; iJ X- Vc,
J J. T FOR SALE 'B V : ? X- ' mi: ir--o8Sm
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RETCRNBD,
i has resucsed his buainass Of- " a -;
Selling Oardirare at Lis Old SUnd !
. ! KM'i.JliWherebowiUsgaio
OFFER HIS STOCK AT PRICES TO SUIT
T." JTHB TIMEVAND ZTKj
WILL SlXLfAS CHEAP, IF NOT UEAPEtt THIS
ANT OTHER HOCSE IN TOWN.
om J. W. WJDDIFIELD,
A1VJD JLL. ES S TaABOIJR.
EQUALLV SAFE AND LESS EXPENSIVE
than KEROSENE, admirably adapted for the .
Lighting of Streets and Public Buildings,
PRIVATE PARLORS, Ad, Call and examine
Gas Generating Lamps
At the Lack sad Gaa Slsap, Na, 40 Fort St.
o29 2m - - J. NEILL.
;..'i., 1-orre.psudeare. J4
We do not hold , ourselves responsible for the views of oor
correspondent. . ' ' ". '
; Mr.' Editor It' van j possibly' remembered
by Borne of. your rtdera that tie last Parliament
was asked to ten thoosaod dollars towards
beginning m rwadt through forest and mountain, oter
swamps, lay -flows, clinkers and the like, from Hilo
to Kawaihae, said road to develop no end of wealth ,'
open out new fields for enterprise, and make wilder
ness blossom like the rose, a. bold : and patriotic-
conception,, to be worked out tniuus engineers, but,
as it were; by faith, instiuot and blarney. Where
upon wne of the "Ililo - members rose, and feebly ;
suggested whether half of aforesaid sum might not
be more wisel j and profitably expended on the old
long suffering track, which, " like a wounded snake,
drags its slow length along" past the plantations
and through the coast, and only settlements towards.
Ilamakua, and ultimately to Kawaihae also. This
was a very pertinent amendment to offer, but a
severe wink frn His Excellency of the Interior,
who is 44 in 'his place" on such occasions, recalled
that rash, though. welV-meaning Hilo patriot, to his
senses, and blushing, and half frightened at the''
possible consequences of his own temerity, he iuD-
cently dried up and apologetically ' resumed his
sagacity and his seat. So the item passed, 44 such at
oad,1 said His Excellency,' 44 being much desired
by a majority of the Hilo people," which surely
could only have been reported to him in a dream.
A good deal of road-making seems to be accom
plished in the offices of the Interior Department, and
unless I am grievously misinformed, something like
3,500 out of that 10,000, being the price of a
seven mila contract, aud .a seventh of the entire
undertaking, is already, or will presently be.
44 tucked away in foolscap," and placed on file, a
stationary monument to the faithfulness, zeal, econ
omy, and genius of that Bureau, whilst for the
maker of the . material road itself ah! '"But I
say !" asks barnacle junior, 44 look here, you know !
Is this public business T f ; . . ' ; .ji i; . i
; . Well, I suppose that the Superintendent of Public
Works may be considered officially a public ' man,
and I should like to know what that martyr to
mistakes reported to his chief on "the subject, after :
expending much, valuable boots, and no end of
temper and sticking plaster in his vain, though
toilsome search for that po.-tion of the road, so inno
cently presumed by him to be a fait accompli, and
perhaps a ' long step ' towards posthumous fame,
whilst his excellent friend must surely, have been
laughing iu his sleeve at home, to think hqw cleverly
he hud contrived not to doit, namely, by exhaust
ing the contract first, and then engineering, the result
which history' must record, a failure. How long
can these block-cutting razors endure ? ' Take S3, 500
from 10,000 (which is hear enough) and $6,500
remains for further action. What will they do with
itt Will they pay the Hilo member an honest com
pliment, though he don't need it now) and uuder
the circumstances adopt. his amendment only more
oT.. Or with the red tape of a 44 special appropri
ation t tie their hands? Should a too inquisitive
nublio want-to know, perad venture the liveliest
barnacle amongst them will i point . the
44 Why, you'll you'll u tiU they tell you..
. ,.. . ; -.i Yours, . : .
.' . j
The liberal papers of Germany clamor for
chance of the National colors, They say
black. 'white,' and red banner has no longer any
significance. ' War was declared by France against
North ' Germany, : South Germany generously
hastened to the assistance of : their Northern
brethren. In view of this noble conduct, it is an
insult to them to carry any longer a sectional
banuer, a banner .almost hostile to their brave
allies The restoration, therefore, is demanded, of
the old imperial banner of Germany black, red,
and gold which alone should be the symbol of
united Germany. . . ;
Thk Comtxo Waxt. Two million of people in
Paris will soon be in a state of starvation, whether
Paris falls before the Germans or drives them
away.. The whole country, for 100 miles around,
has been swept of its provisions, the ordinary
means of coramuuicattoa are destroyed, and Paris
cannot be fed in December from her surroundings.
She must look to the sea coast for her food, y She
must have bread from the United States or Odessa.
A German writing, on the general subject, says i
" The' drought of last Summer cnt off ' the crops.
There is anxious consideration ior France and
Germany, only in less degree in the matter of feed,
not only as to this Winter but all of next year.
Bismarck's picture of starvation In Paris after the
capture, applies to the whole of France probably
half of Europe. . I am often told. 4 the Lord knows
what will become of us, if America does not send
us food in immense quantities. And in Germany,
Prussia, Bavaria and nessw, I am daily asked.
what condition ia America in. to supply us with
cereals during the next fourteen months?' We
shall have to draw heavily ou yon."
RESERVED SEATS ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
; V HERE! XV HERE!
AT THE CARANDINI CONCERT
- on r- . :
Tuesday; Evening at Kaumakapili
Don't all Speak atOncc.
FIRST COME, FIRST
raWE ' CXDERSICVED HAVING
favored by Mr. WALTKR fcHKHWIJJ . with a copy of -
s Trust H e t "Not,','
Duett; and by Mr. T. K. WALKER, with a copy of
Ring - on Sweet Angilus, ?
Will receive orders for copies of these truly popular piece, to
be filled in turn, as aoove. t , . ; .1 . : 1" - . t-
.THOS. O. THRUM. (
FAMILY, GROCERY: AND FEED STORE !
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TT BEING MT
INTENTION TO LEAVE
this Kiocdno), I otter for sale. te above sneoUooed es(ab
luoi,t, comprising tbe .j, ,, jv , j ..... ,
Large and well ' assorted Stock,
; Store 'ixtufea, and ,, i ;,, , '....j, -..r;i
L.ease:of Premises,'; ,1 '. t'r
llorse and Wagonf
Withitne; Entire, Interest, and Good .Will
OF THK BUSINESS.
i taformatioo in respect to the Ini.ines and terms of vale
will le furnished to any responsible parties, ioqub iog with In
tention or parabasiog. .'
, (Qaaette copy.) -. -. ' o2i-1 m- ; 1
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EXT R A 1'A M 1 1.Y ' JFLOC R1, . " , ; ' "f ''
Kf Bag White Pea Beaos, Bags Batter, Beans, , ,,
f ,' ' -.'..p Rags Wheat and iOats,'..
" " '. Cans dreeo Peas, Can. String Beans,
" -i.'-i' f'".'1 '", CsosQoahaags., '
Cans Borden's Condensed Coffee, ,' ; '"." '
Catting4 Tsbie froils Peaches".' ;; ' ; if '
CatUogN Table rrolts Whortleberries, ; " ; 1
ff ' j'-; Cases Booetess Sardine. ' " ' 1 , ';
Boxes Fresh Apples, etc,, etc.,
. AND FOR BALK LOW AT THE ' -''
Family .Grocery and Feed ..Store,
ol : ii By I. BARTLETT. -
''A' " at. 'cost prices.;. !;:
Sea Boots, Rubber Boots, Oil Suits)
AND ALL KIN 1)3 OF
Woolen Goods , at Cost Prices !
To Close Business by the Hew Year, !
At MACNIN'S, '
Nouaoa St., apposite Merchant.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
V C EoflERS Trocpr At the". Theatre,' thia Troupe
plays this evening, giving a very attractive pro
sjramirjc. . - . ;
" igp- The last ordinary concert by the Carandinl
Troupe will take place this evening; atUuffum's
HalL See programmer . . . w -, . , ..
J" The public will not forget the auction Bale of
superior household furniture, by Adams & Wilder,
"on Monday next; at the residence of : Capt Berrill
Nuuanu Avenue. 1
Weiwould refer our readers to the newack"
wertisuients in today's paper. The finest and lsrgest
assortment of groceries, the best assortment of cook
stoves, and the most desirable line of dry goods are
advertised. This is the way to do business.
. IW The friends of. Mr. Frederick. Mills, who is.
- ' ..... , . w t. '11
or was an omcer on Doaru ine oars, uartr, win ow
thankful for any information concerning his where
, labouts. Any person in possession or the same is re
quested to make it known to the Department of
Foreign Affairs. ; '. '.'.' '
Complimkxtart. We are much pleased to-, sec
that steps have been taken to tender a grand com
plimentary concert and benefit to Miss Lizzie Caran
ilini. on Monday eveninz next, at the Court House.
This shows the high appreciation of that young laJy's.
merits as a songster, ly tno lovers or song.
i Tar Ladies' Fair. On next Thurs lay evening
the ladies of Honolulu will hold a fair at the Olympic
! Hall, on Nuuanu street, at 7 o'clock. This fair is got
i up for the benefit of the Ladies Benevolent Society,
j and as it is intended for a good aud charitable pur-
pose, we hope to see it largely attended.
Tuanksoivikq. By official notice from the Ameri
can Minister Resident, it will be seen that President
Arrant, having appointed Thursday, Nov. 24th (not
,2Gth as the. Gazette states', as a day of thanksgiving
and prayer, public services will ne neui at t on
Street Church, at 11 o'cleck A. M, on that day,
The New Chckcu. It will be seen by reference
to the programme, in another column, that the Car
andini company have kindly consented to give a
grand concert in aid of the fund for a new church,
proposed to be erected at Waikiki kai. The concert;
will take place on Tuesday evening next, at the
Kaumakanili church. Those wishing to contribute
I. on this ocoasion can do so by attending the concert
and get 44 value received."' ' .
E The special services at the Catholic Cathedral
last Sunday morning, given for the benefit of the
French sick and wounded soldiers, was largely at
tended bv all classes. Mozart's Twelfth Mass, was-!
sung by the Carandini Company. After the, services
a collection was taken up, from which S70L50 was
received. We understand that the whole amount
which has been received up to the present time for the
French Sanitary Fnnd is about S 2,000, - The French
Commissioner and his ladv deserve much praise for
i' their untiring exertions in raising the above amount.
:i7 :;::- v . . Vr t
Faoit Molokai. Bv private advices we Mearn
that this island has not escaped receiving a' share in
,Uhe late hear j storniti - Many thatehed houses had
, , , l . ti'.
' OeeU U1UHU UOWU, UlU at iibuuuu vuu nti win
out to eea by the freshet. In many.plaris where
kalo patches were not washed out, they were filled
up with sand and stones, destroying' the kalo. On.
Monday, the 7th, a whale boat, .containing, stores,,
attempted to cross over from LaVnina.'and when
within a quarter of a mile of Molokai was swamped I
. wit n : t .1. 1
by tne breaKers. mere were nve natives in tuu,
boat, four of whom reached the shore and one was
drowned. .The boat and stores were a total1 loos.
The rain, accompanied by squalls of wind,, is, said to
have been the heaviest known or that Maud for
Native Kahunas. In the last issue of the Gazette,
there was an article headed 44 Kahunas." If it
were translated into Hawaiian, it would probably,
create a sensation, because if there be anything that
Hawaiians believe in, it is in the potency of kahunas.
The hallucination is so great, that if a native afflicted
with a most acuate disease, treated by a foreign
physician in a very careful and Bkillful manner,,
should finally succumb to the malady, his friends
say If he had only had a native doctor, he would have
got well. This thing is not unnatural, for people cling
to their doctors of medicine with about the same
tenacity that they do to their doctors of theology.
And the Hawaiians are not peculiar in this respect.
All aborigines have their native physicians. , In some
instances the faith in them becomes superstition.
That these kahunas may have sometimes performed
cures must be admitted whether uncharitable or
ot, we ascribe the care, as the Hawaiians do them
selves, to .the implicit .confidence the .patient has ia
his doctor. The moderns call this confidence 44 Ani-
mal Magnetism,". 44 Spiritualism," or some other
44 ism" of that sort. When we can convince tne
Hawaiian that bis kahuna is of no account, we shall
have inaugurated a new era for Hawaii. Heaven
p-rant that we shall be able to do it-. .The. above
reflections have beea induced by the oircuiasUaca,
that on Thursday last, a noted kahuna, named
Kalaekoa, was fined in the Police Court, in the sum
of one hundred dollars, for practicing roadicine
without a license, from which he noted an apparU, to
the .'Circuit : Judge. The medicine.1 Was ; stated . to
consist 'of-a '-raolnsk," unknown in' any -other
country, and always reputed by the Hawaiians to be
poisonous if eaten. It ia rarely found, aud has tie
appearance of an immense spider. The native pune,
by which it is known, is 44 Kumimi." "The name is
a little curious in a philological disintegration of
words.; .itu signifies to. stand,. ana .uit to L.e
mischievous, or make one cry, , At all events the
unfortunate female patient departed t-his life without
the assUtance of any savant in the Kuropean learned
profession', but by the aiding and -abetting of an,
illiterate limb of the Hawaiian profession., It is
nevertheless a 'matter of deep commiseration by all
friends of tha race, to see them hastened out of life
by such mal-practkse. ; . ' '
. The Food of Hawaiians. What people eat is al-.
ways a matter of careful consideration to the philoso
pher and the philanthropist. Charles - the Fifths
Emperor of Germany, once said, 44 Tell me what a
man eats and I'll tell you what he thinks.'" Ws do.
not propose in this article to go into the exquisite
euisine of civilised nations. Any person, noirever,
who visits . our. fish narket cannot tail to be struck
with tha enormous price of fish, an edible wlooa in
other countries is abont the cheapest sort of food
which the poorest class of people can obtain. Ia
fact, they, have to eat t becausejthew cannot afford
to buy meat ; here a piece of the finest beef or mut
toa is as nothing compared &' a malolo flying "fish)
or some other, kindsrof fish.- There are some kinds
which are deservedly held at high prices ; but when
one is asked 8150 to $2.50 for a fish which is not
sufEcient to satisfy the wants of more than' two or
three persons, he begins to think the grating busi
ness has been a blessing fa the country. As fish
and poi are the grand tuwm.um boKu.tn. of the Ha
waiiau banquet, we come to the consideration of the
kalo from which "the poi is "made. We know the
price of a calabash' of poi in our day is four linage as
saueh aa what it was. tea. years -ago 1 and give-v na
tive as much of. rice or bread as you like, of, which
he can- eat aay conceivable quantity ,-aacl then he
turns round and says he isn't tnaona, that is, that
he Isn't filled. ; Pol is very natritrious, and we can
sot see; why the natives do not take more care to
make it abundant .They lay down their 44 tare"
patches into grass, from which they can cut fodder
and sell it at a big price iu Honolulu, because so
many people think they must keep a horse. . Now we
kioM that in any families of H&wsiiaua suffer at
times for the want of food, which their own industry
might well supply. Everybody knows that the cul
tivation .of the.Jkalo ia carried on principly by . old
men-oar young men like to be in. town, they like
the sights and scenes of the city they like to pick
up their quarter from the hiring-out of their horses,
which quarter they spend, perhaps, ia a way not al
ways beneficial to themselves.-- It -would naturally
be supposed that, as we point out th evil, wesson VI
suggest the remedy ; but bow are we to do it, seeing
that they live ia a free country, and they have a
right to pursue the avocation which pleases them
best. We take the position that articles of foreign
food, such as bread, flour, rice, &c, are cheaper than
the fish and taro." We have sometimes thought
that this d earn ess of native food, in comparison with
the foreign,' does have and still has an important
effect upon our native population. A Celestial will
by no means forego his rice, however attainable and
cheap any other article of food may be. The Ha
waiian will have to come down to foreign, food for
eubsistance, unless be takes more care of his fishery,
and the cultivation of his favorite esculent the kalo.
The Concerts. In a limited and tsolatod commu
nity likoHhat of 'Honolulu, it is tH0 facto a diflicult
matter to arrive at an accurate appreciation of such
1 masiOHi ' treats as- these recently afforded bytne
Carandini company. The inevitable alternation of
nothing at the theatres with 44 crowtletl 'bouses
every night for a short timo only", almost I mpela
us to. epasnjodic enthusiasm, and bakes criticism
rather impossible. So wheu the muses visit our
islands, we are apt to regard their coining as a prov
idential ordering of the great god Apollo, for which
it were impious not to be grateful. But Ingratitude
would be the worse alternative, inasmuch as Apollo
might indignantly, bgptow his favors cUewher ; fcnd
it docs sometimes happen that amid a rush of medi
ocre talent we find something to wbjch a high enco
mium is not wrongly; awarded: This is Indeed the
case with respect to Madame Carandini's company,
who have followed up ia.a most caoellcnt manner,
the modest profession made a moati since of their
intention to give a series of ballad concerts. .
The selections of .musio afforded during the last
week have been very good, and tbe-taethod of their
performance well merits decided praise,. A more
powerful piano would have been better adapted to the
playing" of the instrumental .tMjlcxtfioiir-, the execution
of which has to our mind constituted a very important
portion of the programmes." Although not greeted
with any marked manifestation of applause, siauy of
these pieces have been understood aud much enjoyed
by connoisseurs of pianoforte music such a subject
as Ascher's beautiful 44 Beverie " seldom meetwUh a
more conscientious interpreter than Miss lUsina ;
and such performances as tlrose vt the well-known
overtures to 41 Masauiello " snd 44 Dcr f reischutx"
must always please. We think that Miss ltoiiina
would be equally sueoesrful with Beethoven or Hhu
bert, whose musio requires the intelligence which
characterizes this lady's playing, '
Last Thursday's concert. alloi JoJ a fair criterion
of the. various singers. Madame Carandini sang
44 Maxwelton Braes "with much . focHag, and the
beautiful cadence in the first part of the oceno front
Der Freisehnti Was also very well rendered. Miss
Fannie's song 44 The green trees whinnered," was a
little gem, and the musio of the Murmuring pines"
still rings in. pur .ears. Perhaps the most striking
instance Mis lUisina.has giveu of her power to ex
press the.spirit of .mnfrio was in her song 44 1 cannot
mind my .wheel, juotber ! V which was the best of the
evening.! Tha. two younger. sisters su4g. charming
little duet, and w think thatwitbout raehnens we may
nred ict much success for both these ladies. Miss
Isabella has not yet the full tones which characterize
. .. . . . . .t r. r.i-.lt .
be other VingerV. but aha excels u that evTUvsilon
and careful reading which is necessary for niuic of
the Knglish school. Expression is far preferable to
brilliance in good music, and the Cavatlna 44 If he
, upbraid,." which Miss Isabella chose for bee first
song liererrvs well as lier iaij mavonroreu, inwm
thorough taste aud delicate appreciation. The com
pany are fortunate in . their tenor and bass. Mr.
SJberwin, whose voice is sweet and In good control
sang very well Lis part, in tba 4 SounombuU" se
lections, and ia a previous programme, in the 44 Mis
erere " chorus from 44 II Trwvatore," his share of the
celebrated duet was extremely well rendered. That
Mr. Small's humor is of the 'most humorous, beedii
no further proof than that given by the constant
smiles and frequent eneorca. which, greet him. We
shall never again, see "Hamlet played without re
vaemberipg.Mr. Small's, passes and Uures in the sir,
or thinking of ,tha4 narrible , tale " he reveals to
The Suez Canal cost sixty -five million dollars.
The practice of pharmacy In ilomu is absolutely
prohibited to Jews., , i,.. ' 'r t i n ;f
' An 'intelligence office for Chinese serTifnts has
been opened, ilndlostop, Iasv i ' .'!
The Rowan Catholic population of France Is 3V
800,664 f tbo Rfotestant, 1,501,160 the- Jewhdi,
158.995. . . . . - .-.
A Papal bull is soon expected, dissolving the
Ecumenical Council, on the ground that there is uo
place where it can be held . , , - ,.
Wind up your conduct'Iike your watch, onco
every day; examine minutely .whether you are
44 last."" or, slow.'.' - ,, .r, v
Sir Francis Cfossley, the famous carpet manu
facturer of England, Iras just donated $110,000 to
the London Missionary Society. - . : ,
A young girl of Schenectady has been commit
ted to the Troy jail in default of $20 fine, for hav
ing promenaded. through the streets with a colored
An Indemnity of $50,000 has been demanded by
the English Government on behalf of Ihe widow
of Mr. Lloyd, one of the Greek massacred victims.
The peanut crop of Vlrglnra this year will b
400.000 bushels, while Tennessee raises SOU. 000
bushels, and Georgia and tho Carolina, from 150,
000 to 175,000.
Australia baa an import and export trade of
$375,000,000 annually, and last year I hero went
60.000 first-clans passengers between England and
The North German Hcyd, Hamburg and Ureroert
Steamship Company have upwards of forty venae Is
in all, and not one of these has produced a single
dollar profit since August 1st.
In proof that Dickens, was always in sympathy
with the United .States, it is said Lis manuscript
were alwavs written with bine ink, on white paper,
and his published works were universally read.
The Masonic Grand Lpdge of California has
passed exceedingly bitter resolutions on tlie subject
of the murder of Cuban Masons, and denouncing
the Government of Spain and the Catholic clergy
ia unmeasured terms fpr suoh outrage. '
It is nearly settled that the total population tit
the United States will be found, by tbecensiM now
almost completed, to exceed forty-one millions a
gain of fully ten millMns within the last ten years
though Uiu war must have cost us fully half a
Illinois., now takes rank as the fourth State in
fopulatlon, being exceeded only by New York,
'onnylranla and Ohio. . When .another decad
shall have passed the throe States named may well
look to their laurels.
Canada foots up $5,000,000 damages alleged to
have been received on account of Fenian Invasion,
and will formally present its bill to the U.S. Govern
ment, as better thou the American claims for the)
indemnification oo account of. the Alabama out
rapt.' ,; 1'j.s . : ; .' n'.i'Ai
A dJspaich- from Washington, dated October 12,
says : " ,4 Secretary Boutwell to-day sent orders to
tha Collector -of-the Forts of Bon Francisco and
Sitka, directing them to SMie summarily all persons
that may. briDg La, nay fur seal skins from , any
other Ishindfl than St Paul and St George, on the
coast of Alaska. , . , ,
A ItfEAT RktbotTo' tnaktv a man 'a' drunkard,
give b!m a wife who ill scold Liu every time be
owies, home. Kxcliaege. 1 r t f r- " o ?
-T Wake1 a woman seold.-give her abnibaud who
comes home drunk. Woman's Journal.
To mata a happ heuia, glr the 'nmn!a sweet
voiced, neat, frugal wife, and give the woman a
sober, industrious even-tempered husband.
! - : ' " ' J 1 I
Dr. Halford, professor of Anatomy In the Univer
sity of Melbourne, has beeh snsccfsfnl in treating
cases of poisoning by.. Aha. bites of the deadly
snakes of Australia. In, twenty Instanoes of bites
by exceedingly poisonous reptiesx seventeen wert
cured by the injection under lbs skin of thirty
drops of water of sjnauonawK .i.,
The opponents of Freemasonry have been hold
ing a Convention at West Union, Iowa. Dr. lilan
chard, of Wheaton College, Illinois, Ulked for three
hours to prove that Masonry is the ldentieal 44 bar
lotof Dabylon." u -s. ''At r-
All the American miaslooarfes at Tung Cbow,
near Chefoo, Coins, have deserted their bouses, and,
there being no United States man-of-war In port,
the British frigates Barossa and Grasshopper con
veyed them to C'befoe. They left Jo coneequence
of warnings of an intended attack. . ;1
At the late Jewish. Synod, held at Lelpslc, the
following was resolved; "No bitter or harsh ex
pression shall be contained in any of the prayers
under revision or to be newly composed i the con
tents shall embrace all human beings of the uni
verse, and nothing shall be said therein with regard
to the chosen people which might In the least offend
our brethren- of anoLkes creed'
The new French coat of artns consists of a figure
of Liberty with the legend, 44 la . the name of the
I rench people on the reverse," and a garland of
mixed oats and olives, with a wheat ear la tbo
centre, - There Is also the inscrlntfoo : 44 Repnblio
of France; Democratic, - United, Indivisible."
Around the periphery are the words 44 Liberty,
Egalite, Frafcernite." . .
Masonic The Masonic . Grand Lodge of the
State of Illinois, at Its last session, which closed
at Chicago. October 8Ui, repealed this statute,
passed in I84i :
"Section 81,. All Subordinate . Lodge under
this jurisdiction are tsstructed to admit no negro
or mulatto as a visitor or otherwise, under any
circumstances whatever. . .
Section 2-lf any Lodge In this ' jurlddlcUon
violates this expressed will of the Grand Lodge, tt
shall be the duty of the Most Worshipful Grand
Master of the State at once to arrest Its charter." '
The vote on its repeal stood 650 to 450, while
the year previous there were but 153 rotes In favor
of the repeal out, uf . total of 1,150.