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FRIDjr. SEPTEMBER 22. ln.
x Tffrvt:" cnmmerrinl matterx, as in ererjlhing else, c
I h.K4ty is the Ixst poliry, awl when the limea are
L, we think that the truth should be told to that effect.
t, when nnr contemporary, getting excited over three coal
x and one or two lumbermen discharging at one time at
wharves, and the incorrect tat-ment that there haa been
tt"T mimber of China lound vessels than formerly.
Lift that " the umiii-r has txea an unusually busy one,"
re fmUrt that un the etmtrary it has been au unusually
I kuuiuier, m the exjicrience of every bu iotas man will
Tb- (.rrijin arrivals since oar last hare been Sept. 1l, brig-
ndmoirr, f.um Newcastle, with coals and raise to Theo. II.
j rot ; t:h. American bark Victor, from Manaimo. with
. Is u 11. mckkld tf Co. ; ISih Hawaiian bark R.C. Wylit,
ir n llrtintn. with merchandise to II. liackfeld Ac Co., F A.
i.ietrt V Co, Ed. Iloffachlaeger & Co.. and others ; 20th,
1 va.ian scho'jwr Guntie Lyon, from Yokohama; 22l, Br
. k Esrrltior, 1J9 day frnoi Liverpool, with indse to T. 11.
); Ties ; Am stmr X inula, from Auckland.
The d-parln res have IwCn 18lh, Am bark Coml, b San
Fr tncisco; !d. ae."r lluwlami's island.
PORT OP HONOLULU, II. I.
rhr Ka Moi, Davis, from Maui.
1J Pcbr I'rince. Hatfield, from Hawaii.
Schr Warwick. John Bull, from Mok.kai.
15 Brit brig Windhover, P J Rocls, 51 days from New
castle, N H W.
17 chr Lnka, Kaai, from Hawaii.
J7 Sc'nr Active. Me:lih. from Hawaii.
17 rtcbr Manaokawai. Thompson, from Maui.
17 Schr Mary Eden, Hopu, Irom Kauai.
17 Hchr Jenny, Bum, from Kanai.
laOchr Annie. Nika, from Kauai.
IH Schr Fairy Uueen, Kaaina. from Kauai.
Is Am bktn Victor, A B Cove, 28 days from Nana-
imo. V I.
13 Haw bk K C Wylie, II Ilaltermann, 117 days from,
19 rchr Hattie, Kale, from Kauai.
20 Schr Ovana, Kahai, from Maui.
Jij Haw schr Guasie I.yoo. Geo L. Squires, 29 days
from Yokohama, via llanalei.
21 rchr Moi Keiki, Green, from Maui.
Zl rich r Nettie Merrill, Crane, front Maui.
J2 ftchr Hokulele, from Molokai.
22 tchr Mary. Katuna, from Kauai.
-J English bark Excelsior, 119 days from Liverpool.
23 ttmr Kilaoea, McGregor, from Hawaii and Maui.
23 Am ilmr Nevada, 15J days fm Auckland via Navi-
ijept. 1 Schr Waiola, Dadoit, for Maui.
16 Hcbr Mot Keiki. Green, for Maui.
IS Schr Nettie Merrill, Crane, for Maul.
13 chr Ka Mot, Davis, for Slant.
IS Schr Prince, Hatfield, for Hawaii.
11 Schr Warwick, John Bull, for Molokai.
IS tmr Kilauea, McGregor, for Maui and Hawaii.
1 Am bk Comet, Fuller, for ban Francisco.
19 Schr Jenny, Burns, for Kauai.
. 19 Schr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, for Kauai.
19 Schr Manuokawai, Thompson, for Jjaui.
20 Schr Active, Melliah, for Kauai.
20 Schr Annie, Nika, for Kauai.
20 Schr Hattie, Kale, for Kauai.
20 Schr Mary Ellen. liopu, for Hawaii.
22 Am bk Frances, Field, for lowland's Island.
VESSELS IN FORT.
HIB M's 3 clipper Izoumroud, Coumany.
Haw bk R W Wood, Weeks, up for Portland, O.
rit skip Lady Boweo, Tucker, discharging.
An brig Franciscc, , awaiting orders.
:rit topsail schr Sea Breeze, Austen.
m schr Sovereign, Chambers, repairing.
irit topsail schr Southern Cross, G Kenny.
.m bk Rainier, 3etn Hall, discharging,
i Irit brig Windhover, P J Roels.
vm bktn Victor, A B Gove.
:Iaw KkIC Wylie, U naltennann, discharging.
iLt ):r r.uai Lyon, Geo L Squires, for sale.
Snglish bai.x Kxselsior.
Rchoober Gcssie Ltow arrived on Thursday, Sept. 21t,
1 days from Yokohama, via Kauai. She is a Japanese-built
- easel, and has been a Yokohama pilot boat until recently, be-
ig a little over a year old. During the passage to the islands,
- xperienced heavy gales, during which the water casks broka
h drift, which caused a short allowance previous to arrival at
. lanaiei, having put in there the 28th day ont, the wind being
. ght several days before making that port, and unfavorable
;r making Honolulu. The vessel is owned by Messrs. Squires
no. irouyer, (tne former is captain) lately Yokohama pilots, !
vho bring their vessel here for sale, freight or charter as J
'nsiness was extremely dull at that port during the past few
ooniha. She biely took a Hawaiian register from the Ha
raiian Consul at Yokohama. If the vessel does not find sale
ciupiujncut t mi iu iruuauijr sail la m fori
aight for the r ijis, where she will engage in trading. The
vessel is 35 tons, and is a comfortable sea boat. She is cop-
red with 2i ounce copper, and copper fastened built of
Japanese oak. Her crew consists of the two owners (foreign-
rrs) ana taree Japanese, and no passengers as the Gazette re-
i xx tea. .
FOw fTDar, N. 9. W. Per Windhover. Sept. lflth : 5
khtls, S qr culm, 53 em Brandy, 53 cs Geneva, 100 cs Candles,
tv cs nsnre, tins ana x cs rreservea rotatoes, 20 cs lin
en it, 3 bales Corks. 290 tons Coal to Theo. 11. Davies.
Fo Naiwo Per Victor, Sept. 13th: 1,020 tons Coal
to tl IiaCKIeKi Ac ijo.
Fsow Bbehc.1 Per R. C. Wylie, Sept. ISth : 3 cs Cloth,
1 ease Stockings, 5 cs Taper Hangings, 3 cm Flannel Shirts, 4
c Manufactures, 1 case Leather, 1 rase Combs, 10 caks
Paints, 3 cm Fern; 10 esks Tin Plate, 160 bbls Crushed Sugar,
6 caks Raisins, 10 cs Spirit, 2 csks Oil, 4 bales Rope, 6 cm
Fancy (ionl; 1 case Buttons, 3 cs Woolen Goods, 2 cm Em
broideries, 1 cose India Rubber Balls, 3 cs Perfumeries and
Fancy GotxW, 1 case Clothing, 1 case Umbrellas, 400 baskets
Gin, 200 ca Gin. 2 cs Instruments. 3 cs Private Effects, 60 cs
Champoirne, 200 csks Ale, 12 cs Hams, 15 cs Beer, 2 cs Bunt
ing. 1 cae Sausages, 2 cs Glassware, 20 cs Cigar, 3 csks Corks,
3& csks Clay, 42 bak-s Gambler, 23 cs Catch, 5 ca Arsenic, 125
cs Liquors, 15 csks Liquors, 1 csk Sage, 6,000 Fire Bricks,
" J. 000 Flair Stones, 2 cs Fancy Goods, 211 pkgs Rope, 1 case
I mbrellas .254 drains Linseed OiL 10 csks Paints. 20 drama
Caustic Soda, 10 caks Groceries, 440 cs Groceries, 30 cs Metal,
24 kgs Nails, 62 pkgs Rope, 2 bales Dry Goods, 1 bale Cottons,
& cs Cottons. 1.4UJ bod Is Iron, 64 bars Iron, 2 cs Tin, 40 cs
Plate Tin. 29 cs and 25 bales Assorted Fancy Goods, 4 cs
Samples, 3 Boats. 6 cs Conserves to H Hackreld & Co ; 1 case
Tobacco and Sundries to H 1 Nolte 5 90 ca Wine, li cs, 822
csks. 2 bbls, 50 baskets and 238 bod Is Assorted Mdse to T C
lieuck ; 60 demijohns Alcohol, 256 cs Wines, 200 cs Gin, 100
baskets Gin. 15 cm Mdse, SO cs Liquids, 8 cs Provisions, 4 cs
and 4 bales Dry Goods, 693 cs, 54 bales, 10 bbls, 14 oil, 100
kg Assorted Mdse, 50 cs Soap, 11 bbls Tar, 50 demijohns
Liquids, 1 Piano, 65 bars Iron, 14 bndls Iron. 25 bad Is .Wire,
1 case Clothing to F A Shaefer Co j 1 trunk and 3 ca Mdse
to C Brewer t Co ; 1 case Effects to A 'Walters ; 22 ca Mdse,
14 caks Mdse. 1 Piano to Order ; 19 cs Mdse to J C Glade ;
100 baskets, 3o9 cs. 215 demijohns, 81 bbls Liquids, 250 cs
Lager Beer, 9 pes and 1 bndl Grindstones, 100 bbls Salt, 20 cs
Gunpowder, 1,300 bndls Hoop Iron, 60 bndls Iron Wire, 2 cs
Sheet Iron, 61 bndls ditto, 164 cs, 50 demijohns, 74 bbls. 7 csks
and 60 bales Assorted Mdse to Ed HoflscbUeger Jt Co.
Fom 8a Fahcisco Per Comet, Sept. 18th :
3ottles, (empty) 5,810 Rice, ibs 10,000
Molasses, galls 9,744 Sugar, ft,a 230.191
Paddy, torn 15,426j
Value Domestic. $16.273 22 ; Foreign $58 10.
Fob Bw Fbakcisco Per Comet, Sept. lSlh Geo Strick-
taoseu, n McBride, O R Wood and son 4.
Faow. BacMBM Per R. C. Wylie, SepL 18th W Hopp.
rios Wikdwabd Posts Per Kilauea, Sept. 23 Rev J F
rogue. Rev S K Bishop, Capt J Makee, Mrs Z S Spaulding,
I loo Mr L K Domini, Miss Lizzie Summer, Mrs U Corn well.
Miss Wager, Messrs McDade, McKinnen,!! C Allen, W Pine-
nasa wouo, ana 40 aecK.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23
Reformatory School. V
The Gazette gives us a chapter on the Reform
atory School, the whole sum and substance of
which is, an extremely weak attempt to excuse
the desire of the Minister of Foreign Affairs to
divert the results of a public charitable institu
tion, founded and maintained by the funds of the
n ition, to swell the proceeds of a private specu
lation. Of all men in the country, one would
suppose that the King's Ministers would be the
last to allow to attach to themselves the shadow
of an imputation of a desire to get 41 cheap
labor " for their private enterprises from such a
source. But what are the facts'? "The pro
prietor of the Eaneolte Plantation, himself a
member of the Board " of Education, and a
Minister of the King, proposes to take ten of the
larger boys ' the strongest and likeliest " and
place them on his plantation. They were to be
indentured as apprentices, and to be well in
structed " in all the branches of the 6ugar man
ufactory." The first branch in the manufacture
of suear. is of course, planting the cane. Other
branches follow in succession hoeing, stripping,
cutting and carting to the mill. These important
parts of the process of manufacturing sugar, are
now performed by either Chinese coolies, or
native laborers, under contract, and this was,
without doubt, just what it was intended the boys
from the 6chooI should do. No one, we think,
will seriously contend that the ten boys were to
be put at once into the boiling house, and in
structed in "the art and mystery" of making
sugar on a plantation of 60 magnificent propor
tions as even that of Kaneobe. It would indeed
require the making of a considerable amount of
" arrangements " before the manager would be
prepared to receive the ten apprentices who were
to be well-instructed " in the use and manage
ment of defecators, McOnie's clarifyers, the art
of liming, vacuum pans, train of kettles, strike
pans, and thermometers, to say nothing of the
art of charcoaling ! "When we alluded last week
to the possibility of such an idea being enter
tained, we plead guilty to an inclination to speak
satirically, seeing that we added but were
they simply to learn how to hoe and .strip cane
for their poi and odoriferous salmon together with
lodging," &c. But it seems that we were mis
understood, or perhaps we should say, we un
wittingly gave the Minister a hint, by which he
assumes a virtue, though he have it not. So,
speaking plainly, we do not believe that it ever
was the intention to treat those friendless boys
with any more " distinguished consideration "
than that shown to any other field hands. It is
asserted that the arrangement intended 44 was
very acceptable to the boys themselves." We
have the statement of a boy who left the shool
about the time that the ten were selected by the
Minister, that tbey were trembling in their shoes
for fear that they should be sent to Kaneohe,
against their wills, (though their fears were we
doubt not groundless) and that be himself con
sidered it' a piece of good luck that he got a
chance to go elsewhere. .
The framers of the Act for the establishment of
the Reformatory School, and the Representatives
of the people who advocated and passed it, and
the nation at large which looks hopefully for its
beneficial results, have never intended, or for a
single moment imagined that the school was to
become merely a place of detention for truant
and homeless boys until they should be culled
out by some wealthy government official, to
delve as laborers in his cane fields. The object
is set forth in Section 3 of the Act, the latter
portion of which reads as follows :
And the said Board of Directors (meaning the Board of
Public Instruction) shall have power to place the said children
committed to their custody during the minority of said chil
dren, to such employments, and cause them to be instructed
in such branches of useful knowledge as may be suitable to
their years and capacity j and they shall have power, at their
discretion, to bind out the said children, with their consent, as
apprentices, during their minority, to such persons and at such
places, to learn such proper trades and employments, as, iu
their judgment, will be moot conducive to their reformation
and amendment, and will tend to the future benefit and ad
vantage of such children.
Surely there is an abundance of other and far
preferable employments and occupations to which
those children can be devoted, than their becom
ing mere del vers on a sugar plantation.
j duccd to attend his court, and the prosecuting
officers of the police appear by their action to con
sider their presence there a waste of time.
Judge Kamakau holds ecveral offices under
government, more or less renamerative. There
can be no question but that a decided saving to
the Treasury would result were this instance of
pampered plurality to be shelved with a pension.
We understand that a meeting of the subscrib
ers to the Hotel Bonds will be called for Wed
nesday of next week, at the Finance Department.
The meeting will undoubtedly be looked forward
to with a great deal of interest.
The public bad been aware that government
winks at sjwe kinds of Sabbath-breaking, such
as coaling steamers on that day for which some
excuse may be found but when the Minister of
Finance notifies Hotel Bond subscribers to call at
his office and pay up on the 15th of October,
which is Sunday, we ask, where are we drifting
Ox the subject of the Hotel scheme, public
opinion, which long remained passive but deep,
is becoming aroused to activity. Our own com
ments and strictures upon the subject have been
but the exposition of that opinion " the second,
sober thought " which, deciding carefully and
with deliberation, knowing its power, executes
its decision thoroughly and severely.
Our thanks are due and hereby tendered to
'Citizen," the vapid and puerile correspondent
of the Gazette, for the opportunity which he has
afforded our own correspondent, Critic, to utterly
annihilate him. A more thorough and scath
ing and at the same time smooth cutting blade
than that of Critic, does not often appear to prove
the value of the liberty of the press, which in our
case at least, the government party (by which we
mean the subsidized) would fain see suppressed.
We commend to the careful perusal of our
readers the Report of the Inspector General of
Schools to the Board of Education, for the year
ending August 1st 1871, as published in the last
Gazette. Mr. Hitchcock's Report evinces a care
ful personal examination of his subject, and
presents it plainly and with force. Want of
space prevents our reprinting it entire, but we
propose to comment upon some of the most sug
gestive points at a future opportunity.
" " OiL -ihetery Associatio
mrewafcisnu of eoaspiuntr a-corre rau -
shin of tb CKMETERT GKOUND3. AH parUes h-c claims
will pleaaw call soon tfc under signed, and point otu wi
All the Books and Cha tl can be found at wiy office. -,33
1 SAUL. O. WILPKK. rrtltt.
St. ALBAK'S COJL&EGE,
RKV. 0. O. WILMIUSOS
ALaTAD T. ATKINSON ..-
"INSTRUCTION GIVE VIM ALL BRANCHES
L OF EDLUATIU.
The Cbritlmsi Q,smrter Commences on
MONDATt OcUber d..
TERMS 20 Per Q,mrter. . sC3 2t
TO BILLIARD PLAYERS !
sT REG LEAVE TO ANNOUNCE TO THE
M. Public and to all that know how to appreciate
A Good Billiard Table,
That I have purchased that well-known Table formerly at the
Olympic Club Hall, nwid bx the be.1 in town,
and all lovers of this healthful art are invited to practn on it
at my dear and Tobacco aiore, uunn uic uj "uiS.
6 H. BOLLMANN,
Queen Street, opposite C. Brewer If Co.
ON THURSDAY NIGHT. SEPT. Slat. ON
Beretania Street, sSilrrrMalteteC reus Badxe,
the name T. McLaughlin, beinft enjrraved upon the same. The
Under will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the Royal
Hawaiian Theatre. (s23 It; T. MCLAUGHLIN.
TAKE NOTICE !
IWILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
any debts contracted in tny name without my written
order. MIL RTAN.
Honolulu, Sept. 22d, 1S71. sJ St
rilWO OR THREE FAMILY RESIDENCES.
M. . Apply to
JOnN TUPS. WATJ'.RHOCSB.
TUIE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY NOTI
fies the public that he is the sole surviving Residuary
Legatee or the Late LEVI HA ALKLEA. deceased ; that said
Estate was finally settled on the 3d day or June, 1867, all the
debts thereof paid, and that he is entitled to all the remaining
Property of said Estate as said Residuary Lefratee.
Sept. 20th, 1871. (s23 lm) C. KANAINA.
PERSONS HOLDING SHARES OF THE
OLYMPIC CLUB STOCK can receive the amount due
opon presentation of Certificates any time after October 1st, to
P. C. JONES, J at U. Brewer 4- Co.'s office, Queen street.
wife, S. D. KINNEY, is duly
authorized to act as my Agent.
3t - J. R. KINNEY.
MJ tram this Kingdom, my
TO LET !
THE OLYMPIC H A LL'BUILDING. SUIT
able for a School or Lecture Hall. Apply to
JOHN THOS. WAl'ERHOUSE.
LANCASHIRE BELL RINGERS !
rap HE LANCASHIRE BELL RINGERS HAVE
Ji much pleasure in announcing that they will give a
MATINEE on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at half past 2
o'clock, at the Kawaishao Church, and a Grand Concert in
the evening at the same place, commencing at half-past 7
o'clock, assisted bv the Choir ; both Performances In aid of
the funds for repairing the Church.
Admission to each Performance, SO Cents ; Children, half
price. . Tickets to be had at all the principal stores. For par
ticulars see bills of the day.
It JOHN BECK, Agent-
Every Evening Next Week,
EXCEPTING TUESDAY1 NIGHT.
QUEEN OF MAGIC.
And her Fascinating Sister ITlle Christina.
Away Each Evening!
Circuit Judge of Oahu.
Honolulv, Sept. 22, 1871.
Ma. Editor j For any man to say that the press is not a
eighty engine for good, is simply another way of assenting
' that that man is misplaced in the 19th century, and should
have lived sometime before the flood. Only think of it, my
dear sir, that since the communication of your correspondent
last week in regard to that ere bridge and that ere mud slough,
k baa been decided by the magnates to shorten the time for
completing the first named, and the latter has had planks laid
over the worst portion of it, so that now it is tolerable. But
foe fear that you may think me vain in taking all this credit to
myself, it may be that these happy results in road traveling
are partially attribu.tea.ble to your "New Hotel" articles,
winding np as they did with the doggerel or which any poet
laureate needn't be proud.
By the way, I always thought it was rather insolent for
you to meddle in the affairs of the Hotel, seeine that yoa never
hsd any money to subscribe to the institution, but merely
offered to eat the dinners thereof, free, gratis, for nothing. But
I suppose yon thought that excusable, because, you being a
good G. T., couldn't possibly partake of the wines. But
however, as I hava wandered from my original suhject, I'll
s"lop here. . Ctowit's.
DBAft Eoitob : The great event has come and gone, ami
the Steeplechase of last Saturday is now numbered amongst the
things of the past. We (your correspondent prefers to write
to yoa in the editorial phraseology) turned over in our mind
last Saturday afternoon whether there was any chance of our
making more than $10,000 that day, and finding said circum
stance not likely to occur, at 3:30 mounted oar good old plug
I. e, horse, and rode out to the trysting place on the Plains to
take notes for your especial edification. Already a large col
lection of Kanakas on horseback had arrived on the ground,
and at 4:30, the time of starting, a goodly array of our " upper
ten" were there in buggies and on horseback, including many
wing Udiea, and pretty ones, too, Mr. Editor. They evident
"JvT tne faUIn OT the plains with their numerous
attendant m Ue Z . ' x a ""iTIadd
aSa?cETof the- Z'rilV' 3 ? ali T the
horses into line, the toss being previously woo D . Gay as
to who should lead, that gentleman at the word go, put the
Grey in a masterly manner over the first stone wall, fol
lowed by Messrs. Tom Cleghorn, Ashford Spencer, S. B. Dole,
Henry Macfarlane, Hervey Whitney and others. All got over
safe, and then galloped lor the next wall, led on by Mr. Gay,
and we could soon discern that this was not the first time that
gentleman had ridden in a steeplechase. Mr. Tom Cleg born,
with his arm in a sling, got over the ground in gallant style on
a Colt belonging to Mr. C. Judd, and we onderstsnd the sane
colt had only been handled some ten days. Mr. Henry Mac
fariane took his fences well, on a very likely horse, we should
think, tf trained. We noticed our friend Lawyer Dole, on his
ataonca little horse, take h -s fencsa splendidly, oar legal friend
sitting his horse like a Grenadier. The balance of the field all
managed equally well, and considering that none of the horses
were trained, and some of the walls we are told 4 feet 6 inches
high, they did remarkably well to get over so clean. There
was only one till our friend the Lawyer had a tumble bot
q,ocklT radeemed his lawreis by putting ihe little horse at the
hich atone wall, and landed him safe in his usual clever style,
ll being anderstood from the first that Mr. Gay was to lead,
al throagk, ao one attempted 10 pass him, therefore as a nat
aral CDoseqiaeae fee came m first, followed by the other gentle
man as they started. 'We It-It that we should have liked to
try our eld bora at a fence, bat villous of a tumble and Ihe
likelihood of having ls undergo considerable chaff" from a dis
criminating aodience, together with our innate modesty, pre
ted the attempt.
The Steeplechase over, slowry and sadly we rode away from
the Daid f glory, across Waikiki's dusty plaina, towards town,
thinking of the Steeplechases we had seen and hope to see
gain, and while mating on horsey matters, visions arise in
oar fertile brain, of the Bawahaa Jockey club, with patrons,
stewards, a thrse quarter mils race cotme on the plains, grand
ataada, saddling padriork, Aic, which we thought would
COOM to paaa il moor of nar tauneyed fri- p.-s would take the
matter &n, backed by a Paternal Govemrti, . . pjd a Igiala
tare votU tl,0UOpr aassn Pr a "Kisig'- r.t' to be run
for. , Oar nJnd travelled s other cllm-t n i ifaese Ihicra
take place, and folks throw off a!! hu' arl "go for the
port." We asked ourselves can thiur be in Hawaii
ntj .( - I'wmbespokphit. .
A case came before His Honor, Judge Kama
kau, during the past week that calls for notice
and comment. Three persons, two natives and a
foreigner, were convicted before a District Jus
tice in Koolau of this island, of the crime of
cattle-etealing. One of the natives, the principal
actor in the affair, took an appeal to the Circuit
Judge at Chambers. On the trial the following
facts were shown in evidence : The appellant
was found by the foreigner in the woods at K06
lau, with a bullock tied up. At bis request, the
foreigner assisted to cut up the bullock, which
appellant slaughtered and then left, taking a
portion of the meat and the hide. Shortly after,
two persons came along and discovered the for
eigner and a native moving away from the car
cass, in a euKpicious manner. Subsequently the
hide was found secreted near by, and the brand
being recognized as that of Mr. Nebeker, a grazier
of the neighborhood, it was taken to him and
identified. The appellant bearing of this, went
to Mr. Nebeker, and offered to give another bul
lock in place of the one killed, if nothing further
was said about the affair. lie also offered the
foreigner who assisted in the killing, a bullock to
say nothing about it. Bat Mr. Nebeker, very
properly considered it bis duty to report the caee
as one of cattle-stealing, instead of allowing any
compromise, or compounding for a felony. The
three men were therefore prosecuted, and con
victed, the principal criminal bringing an appeal
before Judge Kamakau. These are the uncon
tradictcdfacts in the case, as they appeared on
the trial in the Court House last Thursday. Yet,
most unaccountably, the man was acquitted, and
goes forth encouraged to still continue his dep- j
-dUatrvrm on bis nv Suoore -
We had occasion montba "jSJef to
comment on the course ?f thif JudSeJPacquitUng
a person charged with cainu3 the style of
argument adopted then by His Honor was very
similar to that used in the present case, i. e.,'
that while there was one witness who swore that
he saw the act commiUi, there were two who
did not see it! Can anything be more sapient?
As we remarked on the first occasion referred to,
while the necessity never really existed for the
creation of the office of Circuit Judge for Oahu,
its operation is detrimental to the execution of
Justice, and its continuance is positively mis
chievous to the public safety. A proper regard
for the majesty of the law which is outraged,
and tlie reputation of our tribunals, which is
soiled, demands prompt action in this matter,
before worse may result. - .
Ttie difficulty of finding this official" when
wanted is matter of notoriety. We speak ad
visedly when we say that cases of appeal from
the lower courts to bis, have accumulated un
heard for months together, until recollection of
the circumstances is lost and parties interested
are wearied out with waiting for his movements.
The foreign members of the bar cannot be in-'
On each occasion Miss CORA will present new and wonderful
illusions in the Art of Legerdemain, never before introduced in
Change of programme each evening. For farther particulars
ADMISSION Dress Circle $1 -, Back Seats 60 cts. Reserved
Seats $1 25 ; to be had at Thrum's Book-store.
Doors open at 1j, performance to begin at 8 o'clock.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATER.
The California Minstrels
Eegular Performances at the Theatre
WON DAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY
This Isiy, Saturday.
A GRAND MATINEE!
WILL BK GIVEN FOR
The Accommodation of Ladies & Children,
On which occasion
A Select Bill will be Presented.
TO RENT OR LEASE !
THE HOUSE AND PREMISES NO. 148
Nnuanu Avenue. Apply to
Sept. 21st. (s23 tf.) C. E. WILLIAMS.
fjmOIVI AND AFTER THIS BATE I WILL
' pay no Debts contracted in my name without my written
order. JOHN TIB BITS.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1871. (23 3t)
flMIE QUARTERLV MEETING OF THE
M Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will take
place at the COURT HOUSE ON SATURDAY NEXT, the 23d
inst., at 11 A. M. Per order :
Sipt. 16, 1871. 16 2t F. A. SCIIAEFER, Secretary.
BUILDING LOTS TO LEASE !
AT WAIKIK1, NEAR MR. ATI! ERTON'S
New Building. Apply to J. O'NEILL.
Honolulu, Sept. 9, 1871. 9 3m
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED 6V
H. A. Widemann, on Judd Street. Apply to
d3 JL RICHARDSON.
TO LET !
A VERY DESIRABLE NEW
rOTTAOK. contnininir an .Ipor.rit imrlotir
r.'lL three or four bedrooms, dining room, kitchen
and pantry, bath house, servant's bouse, &c The House is
surrounded by garden and pasture grounds, and is pleasantly
located in one of the most healthy parts of the city.
myl3 Apply to HUGO af ANQKNWALD, M. D.
TO LET OR LEASE !
THOSE VERT DESIRABLE
VKKM1SKS on the Piaius known as LLi:
LAN I, at present occupied by Mr. S. B.
Dole. The Dwelling House consists of a large Far-
tor, Dining Room, Three Bed K'omi and Pantry, two large
Store Room on basement ; there is alsnn the land a Cottage
containing two rooms, detached Kitcliln, Servant's House,
Stable, 4c., 4-c, with a well of good water. Possession
given on the first of Ju'y next, for further particulars,
myiO tf apply to JAMES 3. LEMON.
nRR t-m nnimniil n h R fl" E1 B H.B nit" m '
JUST RECEIVED, m Ufc UU 1 UllL LlfiE QUiJUt I ,
JUST RECEIVED OF" JSTEW YORK,
1 17 DAYS
The Safest, Largest and Best Company in the
FOLLOWING CHOICE ASSORTMENT jfjg ASSETS, RECEIPTS, DIVIDENDS, AND L
System, arc nil Cash.
H3-H.OCfllSli5.IESS ! !
WHICH WILL BE
Sold at Extremely Low Prices
Cases Morton's Ground Aiixed Spice, glass,
Cases Morton's Ground Cloves, glass,
Gases Morton's Saleratui, hf lb glass,
Cases Morton's Soda, hf tb
Cases Morton's Cream Tartar, hf and 1 H glass,
Cases Morton's Ground Cinnamon, hf tt glass.
Cases Morton's Capers. Pints & hf Pints.
Cases Morton's Pie Fruits.
Cases Batty's Pie Fruits, Cases Morton's Pickles,
Cases Morton's Jams and Jellies,
one and two pound jars. f
Cases Morton's Red Herrings,
Cases Morton's Lemon Syrup,
Cases Morton's Raspberry Syrop,
Cases Morton's ass'd Potted Meats,
Kegs Crushed Sugar,
250 Loaves of Sugar,
Casks of Znule Currants,
Fresh Malaga Eaisins, half & quarter bzs.
Cases Mushroom Catsup, Cases assorted Sauce,
LEA & PERRIN'S SAUCE.
pints and hf pints, genuine,
Cases French Peas,
Cases of Maccaroni and Vermicelli, in 7 lb tins,
Cases of Imperial Prunes,
Cases of Caraway Seed,
Cases of Table Salt, in glass jars.
Cases of English Mustard, hf lb bottles,
THE HIUTUAI- MFJE IIVSUIiAiVCE CO
Of New York, have Paid over
ZVrilllOXlJS Of 3D011
mm . m sstswa 1 m9 m
To Alleviate the Wants 01 tne widows ana urpaans 01 ineir jajwurc
OVER FORTY-ME MILLION DOLLARS JR
INVESTED FOR THEIR BENEFIT.
J. It. IIELEIY, Special A;
For the Hawaiian IslaadJ
NO. 13 KAAIItl
IlKFEUH 11Y PERBIIHpiON, TO
, A. FEIRCE, U. S. Minister Resident ; Messrs. HI
A. J. CART WRIGHT, Esq., and J. S. WALKER,
His Excellency II
HE PB OOPS S il fi
Cases of Olive Oil,
Cases of Nutmegs, in Tand 10 lb. tins,
Cases of Oinger, in 7 lb tins.
Cases of Citron Peel, in 10 fb. tins,
Cases of Lemon Peel, in 7 tb. tins,
Cases of Orange Peel, in 7 lb tins,
M M IT S IS 3Ln B IS 1ST BR.
INHABITANTS OF HON!
Have Taken those Centrally Situated I'ij
AKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING TO THE
the Public generally that they
IYR. J.C.GUDE AND MR. ED.
STENAU, have this day been admitted partners in our
firm. H. HACKFKLD et CO.
Honolulu, 1st September, 1871. s2
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, Mr. JOHN S. SillTHIKS will be my duly au
thorized Attorney, and will have charge of my business.
A. S. CLKQHORN.
Honolulu, Aug. 26, 1871. s2-4t
fMIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. appointed Administrator of the Kstate of M. HOOLKIA,
deceased, requests all persons having any property or holding
any leases from the above estate to account to him, and all
claims against the above estate must be presented within six
months from the date of this publication or they will be forever
barred. W. C. PARKK. Administrator.
Honolulu, Aug. 81st, 1871. au26 it
TWO DWELLING HOUSES IN HO
NOLULU, both conveniently situated, with four moms
each. Kitchen, bath house and out houses, will be
leased at moderate prices by the month or year.
Jyl Apply to W. C. JONES.
STEAMER from SAN FRANCISCO
A Choice Assortment of
CASES. OF CALIFORNIA HAMS,
Cases of California Bacon, Cases of Smoked Beef,
Cases of Culllbrnla Cream Cheese,
Cases New Pacific Cod Fish I
Cases or California Oat Meal,
Tins of assorted Crackers,
G. G. Family Flour, quarter sacks,
Sacks of Humboldt Potatoes.
Sacks of California Oats.
Sacks sf Califoraia Bran.
FOR SALE BV
H. E. McINTYHE & BRO,
Corner King and Fort Streets.
CORNER OF FORT AND KING STJi i
WHERE THEY INTEND CONDUCTING A GENERAL )
FURNISHING AND OUTFITTING BUSf
It has been said Business in Town is now overdone, but they trust that by 5
cation, combined with Civility and Attention, and the
QUAJLITY OF THE GOODS OFFER.
To Merit the Support that a Generous Public has Ever Evinced rh
TnCY HAVE JUST PKOM I i
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF i
CHOICE LIGHT BRILLIAJg
Including Shirtings, Table Damasks, Napkins, Huckabucks, Mosquito Netting, and ever; t
that or anj other department f
ALSO, CHOICE INVOICE OF GENT'S FURNISHIKt
Good Delivered to all Parts f (be City Free
23 f Charges. 3t
TO THE LADIES THEY ESPECIALLY RECOMMEND F
HAWI BiK 1 C. WYLIB,
117 Days .
B LAN KETS, B L A N KETS !
Assortment of Blankets,
A. SCIIAEFER CO.'S.
1UST RECEIVED PER
J For gala at Low Bates at
J. m. WHITNEY, D. D. S.
DEXT1ST, OFFICE OVER DR. HOFF
MANN' DKLG SfOKK.
of Kaabamanu and Merchant Streets,
from 0 a. m till 2 p. u.
Doors open at 1 1-2 ; Performance to commence at 2 o'clock.
To all Farts of the House, Fifty Cents !
Children Half Price.
CHULAN & BROTHEE,
IMPORTERS OF a D DEALERS IX
Of all descriptions, and in all kinds or Dry Goods. Also, con
stantly on hand, a superior quality or Hawaiian Bice.
23 Nuaai.u Street, Honolulu. ly
JOHN FREDERICK KENYON,
KING STREET, NEXT TO MR. BRAD.
LKl'8 HAIR CUTTING SALOON,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A CU0ICE ASSORT
- ' MENT OF
ICnirlisli T av e o 1 s !
BLACK AND BLUE BROADCLOTHS,
BLACK DOESKINS AND
BLACK SILK MIXTURES,
For the1 Present and Coming Seasons.
Any Orders intrusted to me to ill Receive Prompt
and Careful Attention.
ALiti GOODS THOROCCHLrIIRDNK !
Boys .Qsthing made to Order.
No. 45 Corner Fort and King Sts.,
HAVE OlST ELA.IND
AND ARE RECEIVING A VERT FULL
GENT'S CUST03I-M1DE CLOTHING,
- AND '
Every Conceivable Article in their Line !
truck wilt be sold at the
Smallest Imaginable Advance on Cost !
Tt aaeet the Desire their Patroas.
T. DO NNELL.
IMPORTER 1ND StaBCrACTCREB Or
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE
Suitable to this market.
O Old Furolture repaired aod Mattrasses of all de
scriptions made to order.
Before buying elsewhere call at 86 and 88 Kins street.
Per American Bark Prances !
FRESH A NO. 1 MANILA CIGARS !
AND PER BARK
R. C. Wylie from Srenien,
Ad Assortment of rery superior
Havanna Cigars, Cuba Cigars,
80,000 RUSSIAN CIGA RRITOS I
Hade of the genuine Turkish Tobacco, in packs at 86 po. wh
TWEXTY FASCY BOXES LADIES' CIGABRITOS !
Of highly pei famed Turkish Tobacco.
MEERSCHAUM FIFES, Vienna Manufac-
tare, warranted genuine, of the latest and most ' 1
For Sale at the Tobacco and Cigar
H. B0LLM iffs;
-lt?i? Street, opposite C. Brewer tf Co.
M. IASMG EX RLWIllB!
INVOICE OF IIAVANA & GERMAN
OF DIFFERENT QUALITIES.
FOR SALE BY
23 H. IIACKFELD fc CO.
nrHE UNDERSIGNED II ATE RECEIVED
,JL BY THK ABuVK ViSSEL
COMPRISING A ICLL ASSORTMENT
DESIRABLE GOODS !
Consisting in part of the following :
Pink, White Ground Brilliants,
Heavy Denims, Brown Drills,
"White Long Cloth, Horrocks, Miller & Co.
Blue Striped Ticking,
Victoria Lawns, fine Black Coburgs,
Bleached Sheetings, linen and cotton,
Blue Twilled Flannel,
Italian Cloth, Silk Alpacas,
Black Lasting, Black Crape,
Turkish Towels, Silesias,
White Irish Linen,
Shirts, linen bosom, fancy bosom and white
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Undershirts, Blankets, ass'd colors,
Cotton and Linen Thread, Bunting,
White Linen Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Cotton Handkerchiefs,
Bed Quilts assorted.
Monkey Jackets, Silk Umbrellas,
Double-face Umbrellas, Socks, &.C.
A FULL LINE OF
Travelers or Persons Visiting
ISLAND OF MAUI.
having established himself at
CLAKET, RHINE WINE,
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE.
CT HA YIELD EN BROTHERS don't employ Clerks, hot
do their own work, are under easy rent, arid consider theo.
elves justified In saylne that tbey will "
SELL AT BED ROCK PRICES !
. s S ' ' s23 3m - ? , '
AIV INVOICE OP
TINTS AND QUARTS, OF ,
RUINART. PERE & FILS, RHEIf.lS.
FOR SALE BT
n, HACKTELD & Co.
"- T't ' A-jr.is for th ITa'irauan Islands.
zx m pagne!
GENUINE HOLLAND GIN,
DOAPELKUMMEL BITTERS, &c.,-&c.
ALE AND PORTER!
Fence Wire, Hoop Iron, t -
Yellow Metal and NaiL),
Sheet Zinc Tin,
Fire Brick, Pipe Clay. Fire Clay.
Gambier, Catch, Palm Oil,
A VULL ASSORTMENT OF , .
HEMP AND MANILA ROPE !
House Paper and Borders,
Havana and German Cigars.
AN INVOICE OF
FINE CLOTHS, BUCKSKINS I
CASSIMERES FOR TAILOR'S USE. -
Many Other Artieles too Ncmerons
For Sale at Low Rates. Samples now open
for inspection at our store. ' -
.a a H. HACKRELD & Co. I
Run One or More Express Wagons to the
For the accommodation of those who may require his aerrtces.
on the arrival or departure of the steamer Kilauea or any of
thasailinfr vessels, and will hold hiinseir in resdlness to convey
passengers and their baggage to any place and at any hour to
any destination to which a vehicle can ran t persons visiiing
this Dart of the Island, will Dlease Inquire tor T. PUICK, who
will endeavor to give satisfaction to those who nay require
f ailakn Express Painted on the Wagons.
Wailultu, Sept. 1, 1871. ( lm) TH08. PRICK.
UNTIL CHANGED THE
Honolulu Skating Rink !
OPEN TO THE PUHLIC EVERT NIGHT
except SUNDAYS and TV JC8DAYB, frees T to 10 o'clock, j
Spectators' Tickets, 25 Ceata.
Skaters' Tickets, 2ft Ceata, per boor.
an addition to iui
he It now prepared to ihow Mi too
him with a calL lie haa also remotes' k)
mm building, (op stairs) whers fat will
his friends that want any new work orrns
Thankful for past favors, be would
Honolulu, July 1st, 1871.
Will be Sold at the Lowert h
One Top Wagon, One Three Stmt Ta
One Plain Osen Bugrr.
OOS twoond-liiod BW$
One first-elm W1!
Um riot ft (
lUPOflTED STOCK FC V
m UJlIi fUKE'lILUUV'
CjJLi C0LIt KM from Import
years old Price $76 00,
Tim vara Leicester flawe-Ov
f rice S5O.O0 '
These animals were Imported from ''
braska, on her last trip. Persons wlit '
ZULU'S U RICH'
s9 8t r
T;;:;;::::-:::::::: :::- Choice and Cheap.n
OXTJT J3 -
Special rates on reasonable terms will be made with Clubs of
Ladies and Gentlemen, by the Day. Week or Month, giving
exclusive use of Kink, Lights and tkates, with the privilege of
PC1CTICC UIR FOR LADIRS AD MISSES ONLY. CAN JIE FOUND
While away Leisure Tiof
Every day, from 4 to 0 o'clock p. m. No spectators admitted.
Admission free, nse of skates 2a centa per hour.
CT Strict order will be maintained, and no effort nor eznensa
sparea necessary w pwm aausiaciion to oar patrons.
aul9 WILLIAMS A WALLACE.
CraniT ATINf. Iff! I
w Mlu ""r-N r"
LADIES of the ISLANDS!
ARE YOU IN WANT
BEST 44"BLEACHED COTTON;
In the HXarket, Yob will Find it at
Castle afe Cooke's
and Linen I
10-4 and IOO
40 ana inch IMIIow Case Cotton and
84 Homespun and Bleached Table Linen,
A Large Assortment of Napkins, .
A FIXE NEW LOT OF AMERICAN
Fine & Medium White Flannels,
5 3 I
Which it now eatablUhad upon a p"" " 1
Stationery and Newt Depot j
Honolulu. The Llorary v
Chief Works f all the
AstUm of riffs-.
c...fi,..i af frr
TaUElMS OF fL'BCRIPTI''.
Om Book at a Urns f cer,
Two Books at a time.. (00
Three Books at a time 12 09
Four Books at a time. 1 09
Uesldcnts of the Ott
Bapplled at the same rates, the r0"1
of their Books being effeowd t1
xui,.i wmi for freUli'i f, 7
r-r Banks iaauad ta KmW J
rates, varying from eeoU to otoa r
to marked prices.
rr Circulars and CaUlor
will be forwarded free upon application
THE ABOVE iVILt. BE SOLD CHEAP.
Samples Sent to the other Islands if desired.
coca me nee at any time.
A FULL SCPPlt 01
n m noowiuilCIU WI I t;X" V
AMFR PAN ANn FIMtl IQU Awpapcre,iiiagin".n
is a in f a a s a a e-m a vj v j i t' '
GO O I S !
Ordtrt for Current or Back ""'r
Expected by Hosos Taylor ! TtrTUn; static 1--
Mtrcbaat Street, Hooelo f
CASTLF e CO0KB.