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I'asptau an ani'il le-n lh. LmI. aw due, laiu irf mU
VimU runt. our M ih Mil dull .tale of lU.m -xi c.f lh
. and trarswctiocia bTl tb aoal ui-L- J-larv-
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1 r M" kcikk. raary. tria kanaUii, Mmu.
Irt . hr H'.uH Abuite'la. fr. m M-4'iu. Kaaai. '
IT. Itr WaraW-k. J'An Hail, fr-fn Puk . M- .kai. I
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ft tV ar Kinau. Mkahi. frtn Mlikn, Mani. 1
i H. kr I iLuna, llaiflrfcl. from hoaat Ai kao. Hawaii. J
at jlrhr Nrttle Mernll. Crane, frotn Laaains. Jlaui
2t 4 br Miry Lllri, J.ai, lr-m Mtaly. Miiil
Vpc 14-Vkr Haiti. Nik. I NawaiwUi. Kaaai.
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14 -br -iii Merrill, tjrane. f..r l.aha:na. Maoi.
I 3br Prince. Wet, tv.r K.m a-ul kao, IUat.1.
IT "rkr M KHkl, Taiey.t.r KaAohil. Manl.
IT frtxr Fairy Uim, Kaalna. f -r llanalt.-i. Kauai.
II -np Lira Yaakee, Laark. V liana. Mam.
14 , hr ll'kiiVle. Abiuhala. U,t lhiuto. Maui.
1 A-Ar Art;e. Hutu, ir K'hala. Hawaii.
l eVhr Mrarwtrk, Jhn Hall. Kalaar-ap. MoV.knI.
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IT 8 8 Resara, Commarvlrr NaiLanZcI Crren.
Nor Ger ah: p &wri, loadio?.
Itrlt ship (."Hi Tirtnpuno, ihct'b'rd, iWIiuf bailaat.
Brit bk Lochnaw. L'rqoliart. repairin.
Haw an K.m-haneh. V, VVerka. fcitiaaj tr a crolae.
flaw bk R C Wytte, flalterwtana. loalifiK.
Aac bkta Jari A Falkinbars;. Forwea. .Iixrhar-'r.e.
Noraavaa abip Utlo tt Aataoi. A O Gafklerwo.
ItarwBT or iHoBwraoiaa- Hir Otto Ajtowib, A. O.
CeaoeHSf, JUSTra. Left Mriboa-n July Went
lhroaJa Baa' fuaiw with So wraik -r anl westerly winds
0 lh way n-i (ot ttrcf 1M3 W r4 Tat 3S From
B trad-a with liuhl biveae l U4 ' 1. Ilail ariAbie eoott- c
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then ibe NE trades. Arne.i tt ii.tuia eo th lith ' t ,n nationality that have licrctoforc lccn admit
rVptemher. after paae of 47 daya. ! '.. n i
iii iii i i j i j ; ted to the Queen rJ Hoepital, or Uiat now remain
fMPQRTS. j there ia very Fmall not exceeding six at the
rTilsTa ! present time. Of late, the rule Ims leen, (made
Ado lied br.eka b it Hacks !.! k Co. ( imperative at j recent by a vote of the Trustees)
FboS MlUui Ut-Per Oin Anlawie, & vC I4U: 24- ; . . ndrnlt unv r.f Ifi'n j-Itkm Tf nnw thr-ro
tOO Norwiy Drurka to n llack.1 M A Co. nl lo Wai1 Rny '1 1 t,,d UXC HOW tliCre
T-s Ifi'Wtiatr'a laLaks lr Ft. Peteral.arr, S-pt. 16ib:
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Value Forritfa IW.
Fao. Whswjio Pobtb pet K:ia, aw-p. lith ilia
EtUatwoM Buaiiiia ami wik, Hie Ki HHOnwrwMrf Ha- ;
wad. Hon II A V fUoiaoa and wi-. Ur J M Whitney awl
witr, W T Hall, wUe and child. W C Parke n4 dauehJer, !
u. ;-.. . v. i'.i-... i .... v...w m vcki... i ii i,i,, ii T
ut. y t Palmer, I apt Kniith, II M S bitnry, J 11 lil.uk i
ifc, U Ky croft, M Uickaon, II Dimncul, Jr, J Foratenaa, ;
wifKycroft,MiJ:kaoiuii iJimflcid Jr,J Fnr.tenaa, :
F L Clarke, J T f htvter.T Htuith, A V Claflin, Mr Afone,
oft Atm. el m .w knd . J McCoWran. h Hardcaatie.
John BUaiiTil. Mlaa Kickard. Mm McCully, 11 K Hitchcock, '
E. 4wata. F.rs J K Wikier ana! 4 children, j Rftbinai, j:
Fto llaa Per Ut Yankee, rVpt. 15th Mr Steel ana '
wife, Mias BirJ, Mr ftiaachack. aoJ io deck. i
TaVLC la I'tttalkdil, Sfaaaachuaetta, Ju'y 3d, Mrs. Lvct
D. TtlLis, apiil 74 yeara, wife of Deacon Thomaa Taylor,
and mother of Mrs. Dr. Chaa. Wetmore, of 11 Oo.
la thia city, September I3th, lo tne wit; of Mr. J. Terry, a
Tb t7e Alitor tf the Pacific Cvmrnercinl Advertiser:
Dkar Sir On several occasions I have seen in
jonr paper of late, accounts of lh pood shooting
lone on thU IsUad, by some of the famed sports
men of this town, with regard to the number of
birds that have been killed, and tbe skill ct bring
ing them down. As I had the opportunity of see
ing last wcck a trial ol taia kunu or spori oy one
ol tbe porternen cf this town, and being so well i
pfeasea and greatly surprised at the same I take
nliSdanri In aemllnre wmr sit ftCCOnnt Of trie Tier
oleasare in send in it you
formance as it occurred. Mr. Park and myself were
fariVed by one of our friend at Koolau to upend a
week, wita Lira, which we accepted. I told .Mr.
Park' I would relish few roast docks while out
there; and Induced him to take his gun and dog
along. Vt'e left here on Monday, and returned the
iollowinSuturday. .We rode out on our horses a
Lantlr j fart of Lree days, and killed in all twenty
four flu oka, killing: each day as many as we wanted
and no more. I will now describe tbe performance
of the doj and tbe manner in which be is trained.
We commenced by ridin; along the edge of the
swamps, the dog taking the lead, at tbe distance of
thlty or forty yard, stopping at every rod or two,
scenting the ground to windward Aa soon as he
took scent f hi game, he would stop suddenly,
look back to his ninster. then move on a few yards
cantiously la the direction r-f tire game, then make
a full stand, and wait fur Li master to come up to
him. Now is the time for excitement between the
;pott.spMn and LU tto. and I must say I felt no
small share of it mjelf. as I coiwd sit on my horse
ana look uown upon iDem irom me uign grouna !
LbAtaudUwu remarkable o see tb don draw '.
so slow and so cautiously in a uirect l:ne Mp to the !
birds, occasionally turning his bead and looking
behind him to see that lis mailer was close at hand.
On they so together, the dog in fear of flushing the
birds, and tbe master la fear of not getting a shot
at them. In tbia way I have seen them go on ad is- i
tard U or loo riiL,. wken tbe ilocfsetiiokT as
close seemingly a be dare go. corner to a farm stand !
and will g no further, me master men sieps lor-
ward boldly, knowing he U close upon the game,
puu them np himself by advancing a few steps,
and gives them a chance lor their lives, uut poor
i the chance when he brings hs piece to his shoul
der and lets cfT right and lelt barrels, so cool and
deliberately, w'ub snch well-directed aim. The
first shot be got and tbe first we fonnd. wa3 a pair
of ducks, put up as described above, was brought
and in this manner was the sport roiiowei up. nntu :
seven double hoL' and eight single ones were made
ia sucehm, iilling 22 dncks in all. without miM-j
inzone. The next that was put op was a donble
shot, and as fair as any we had, but be killed with 1
tbe Ira and misled with tbe second barrel, as the ,
. . . . .
second tlUCK went riftnt in me gurcui iue iDurnui
i bound to shoot at every duck that waa covered j
bv the dc Z. let the chances he what tbey may. Th'n
14 tbe first mias making 23 shots, double and single
lance, killinz every bird dead except two. which I
fellatashortdistancrwwonnded. What Is remark- j
able concerning the dog Is, he needed no correction,
Not a word was spoken to bim while doing hw wo
he coming and going, moving to the right and left
by theluotlon of hU master's hand. I have seen
many splendid dog elsewhere, lut none so well
trained, doiog bis work so willingly and so sure as
the one above described. This is lbs Crst oppor
tunity I have had of seeing any sport of this kind
daring my residence here, and 1 can assure you,
Mr. Kditor, that my pleijuro on tbU little trip was
so much enhanced by it, ai well as the feasting npon
sacs delicious game every day, that the next op
portunity that offers that I can conveniently leave
with my agreeable friend Park and bis dog. I shall
most certainly embrace it. M. McInerst
Ttesolxitlons, X2rirein0 Oo., ITVo. 1.
WnxaiA3, It has pleased Almighty God to remove
cur Brother and associate, Edward McCorriston, a
member of Honolulu " Engine Co. No. 1, from oar
mtfst, tbcrtfore, be it '
Retolvtd: That in the decease of Edward MeCor
riston, this Company has lost a good Ilrother Fireman,
and the Department an active member.
iiewlttd: That while we submit to tbe unavoida
ble dispensation of Iivine Providence, we offer to the
bereaved parents, relatives and friends, our heartfelt
sympathy in their hoar of affliction, believing that
tbe Almighty dcetb ail things weiL
- Jletoteed: That these Iii-solutions be entered on
the iiriutcs of Ibis meeting, and that s copy of tbe
same be sent to bis parent and relatives, and be
pabllshed in the weekly papers of this city
together. Tbe next and last.snot wasaaouoieone, j been making rnjp4 strides in the United States
bringing both down handsomely, and sums up by , during the past lew years. Tho order has been
kiiliug 24 out or 25.- Ja mil thi shooting the dog j jntro,luced into thirtyeven States and Territories,
never flushed a single binhnor made abslse stand . ; M into Kngland, Ireland, Scotland and
retreiving every one In K'tyle ; J d'i J1" ! Germany, besides a numler of other provinces
owner select or evade any cbances. ont took, every . .. i , ,
v7.!i L .. . ; ,L t hms ahortaml lnn holding a membership of over five hundred thou-
ua u H ; nivtVOOIVii w mm - - - . . - - - p I
SATIHhAY. SEPTEMUEU 2.
t.c st,. c.r it .h, u.e u. Minir of
1 f I -
j Firance advrrtiV-J f-ir tenders T a lau ol thirty
i Ly that amn;riirit, aj itth.-ts, if so dir.Al,
fnii;;ht have secured the whole n mount of theluai
. ojrc,. ; the .!!inl r,ot i Con ti.n .f the Mini
fnii?Lt LaTr K-curcJ the Ml.olc nniount&r thekxxn
t r of Fir.an-c wlii. !i Brjari in t.-Iajr raIr lt
, Wjj tlj.it hereafter Ix-fi'l of the ;-vern-
, mcr.t Will IO luei at rr, t larties Oo-irin tO
I inTC"t FUiall mm, over rnc Jiuri'lreJ J jUst in
amount. liy tlii ciet.'j.jJ, t-r6ori of frniall iiiirw
I Lare tf; o r-.rttinitj of jlacing their pavir. on
' dt jit at ti beet of fccourity and at a gxl rate
Pauperism The Queen's Hos
pital. LDlcr the JieaJ of The Taujre," t!ie Gazette
of this wcei, in a terj elVrt cxunjai, "ucceeda
I in conTejing a large aiuount of falnc imr.rcfions
I an-I incorrect Cunelueiijns. The impreeeion t!iat
will tnofft ccrtainljr obtain abroad from reading
ll n T.T.k .-a i ). ! I a. r. f , . a !1 liA I f.at triAM
!a a nuDicroua clafs of foreignerB in tUec if)and9
I are uowillib aiJ uruiblo to vrork ani
that these white mtlxlicanta flluon a race of
peoi le with whom beggary la unknown, are kept
i in comfortable circumstances," through the
: charity of tle inure y roererou8 among us, upon
, whom the rmprjrt of tlo "ehiftlosti and un
f fortunate ' creatures has become ' an extremely
!l,ea?j tax." Honolula is thus represented as a
ctj paradise 'ggars. Then the Gazdle
! goes on to fetate that it is " informed that num
! lers of thid cldna hare been admitted into the
j Queen's Hospital, taking up the room and usurp
1 ing the attention which rightfully belongs to the
natircs of this country, many of yhum need and
j di-wn'o all the facilities afforded. Now we are
i inlurmed from a terfectiy rcliublo source one
which was equally accessible to the writer in the
. Cazitie that tho conclusion irresistibly drawn
from tiie above quoted sentence is f ilm; and un-
The number of indigent hick of a for
. were undoubtedly admlttel under the eupi"Xi-
tion that they were curable cast, and now that
it is ascertained that they arc incurable, we pre
sume that the iiirliucU of humanity went Id pre-
I vent even the Gazette writer from desiring to rce
them turned ont to starve and rcriKh in the
ptrcct. TJiev have never, in any instance, " taken
up the rofUI OT Usurped tliC attention Which
. , ,r . , . a . i:... t ,, ,
TiirhtfullT beloncs to tliC natnes. but on the
contrary, tliey are lodged and kept atari from
the main building in a liouso by themselves.
, , , , ,, ,
The natives, " who need and deserve all the
afforded," have, in the fullest eense,
cnjojed all tlioee facilities. In no one instance
has a native been reelected or been left unat-
; tended to, nor has ever a native eaK5 ljcen turned
; away, when properly presented. In tho manage
ment of the Hospital, the idea has been kept con
stantly in view that it was established primarily
and as far as possible exclusively for the benefit
of the native race. Only at the last meeting of
tho Board of Trustees, the subject was under
discussion as to whether the Government cannot
lc induced to make some provision for the relief
of the. class of foreigners refctred to as the
paupers " a class which, though not at present
bo numerous as has been represented, yet is likely
in the futare to force upon the public attention
the subject of an alms-house.
If the Gazette writer, or any one else, will
take the pains to visit the Queen's Hospital at
tLc lTCecut Ume an(1 anJ 1 necessary
i ' j j
inquiries as to ite management and the condition
and treatment of its inmates, we feel assured
they will dcrart as fully convinced as we arc ol"
the gross injustice and mischievous tendencies ol
the etyle of writing indulged in under the Lend
of The Paupers."
"We epoke just now or the approaching neces
sity of a provision being made for an establish
ment kept at the public expense for the care and
maintenance or paupers. But we sincerely trust
that time is yet lar oj We believe that means
can bo devised for taking care of the few of this
class to be found among us, without our proceed
ing to build a national alms-house and making
poor-laws. Uc have not vet arrived at that
peculiar degree of civilization that requires those j
institutions ana tneir attendant expensive ma
chincry. And with our knowledge of the rco-
pic we are convinced that the surest way in i
which to CT-jate a pauper class here will be to I
make provision for their rupporti Let it once
he tlnmnighly understood that the Government
... -. , , , ., , . . -
v,n P,dc f,jod' cIot,,ca a,ld ,odS'"g those
who arc unable to procure those necessities for :
themselves, and pretended paupers cnourrh would
... , , J ,
Fn themselves or le brought forward to fill ,
a larger buildiug than tlie Hawaiian Hotel. Wc
are however aware of the fact thtt there cxitt ir
this city a fww cases of extreme jaupcrism and
hoj:lcss diKcajrc, which cannot le received at the
Hospital, and which drag out a miserable cxist-
ft i . nAiuinln w . I. . m 1 1 . x I
un "r1" uowe uut mirciy
taxe-! charity of the benevolent. And we bold
lliat thesHJ t1i5C8 0 ht prorcrJj to l)C rr0TiJcJ
t j jiuuuiu
tot by the nggregate contributions cf the public,
and that they would be so provided for were the
ln i'iC proper manner.
(Iooi Templar Orher. This ascociation Jas
sand ana increasing rapiuiy. ine next session
of the night Worthy CJrand Lodge is to be held
in the city of London during the month of May,
ic i J. lhe oraer in ti. is Mate is reported to be !
in a flourishing condition. The Grand Lodge has i
been incorporated, as well aa a number of the
subordinates. The Lodges in this city have made
a move during the past year which will give the
order prominence and permanence. The order
has incorporated a joint stock company for the
purpose of building a ball. The association is
known as the Good Templar Hall Association of
Portland. They have purchased a I t on the
corner of Third and Alder streets, at a cost of
fifteen thousand dollars, and let the contract for
the building of a magnificent hall. The building
will be fifty by ninety feet ; the upper story to be
used for a ball, and the lower jortion divided
into three rooms to lc let for stores. The build
ing is to be completed by the first day of December,
and will bo dedicated about that time. Portland
Le Temps, a Paris journal, discredits the
authenticity of Dr. Livingstone's letters recently
published by the New York Herald. It quotes
the opinion of Kiepert, the German geographer,
who discovers several geographical blunders in
the letters and thinks that Stanley invented part
of the narrative, and even goes so far as to hint
that perliaps Stanley never saw Livingstone. Now
this is too bad. Put us Americans will require
considerable proof before wo believe tint Stan
ley's expedition was a fraud.
lrr.T or Foaaioa Arrttu, )
lluoululit. t. i. 16th. l7i
lr l.m l-ii nia.ir known to taia l"rfartmeot by Jaiuca
Hay Wr.. U'u, F-.-iu.re. II'T Britannic M)jf" Commia
ainner ar.l t'..il ;tkto1, lhat wi!h Earl i;rii.ii!!e's aaac.
ui, Mr TU"4.h.lu II. Um. ISritmh w t'ooul ll'Oo
luiu. Iiu lni apfxi.trd H. . M.'a Artin Cummisainrwr aoj
I .inl .'ir-rxi ilurmf tbe t-m j".rrT absence of tha said
J va-r. Hay Wwl.-h ae fntn th,a Kirs-Van. Notice ia hereby
rien inal the a ta of Mr. Theo. II. Iaie In that rapacilr
r. t b t-U-n aa haTirj full firce and effect within thia
Krnr loan. Fits. W. Ili TT-Mtaas.
AcLitg Muua-.er 1 Foreign Aflaixa.
AaarmtTlov or AartrLBa ti TUB Fa tat TBiTT.
Notice havlnr fit-n Official I-Iaclinn to tha tJo
rtnmiil i f tif Fn-nch Rrjujtlle, on th Fiftm II Iay of
: Aril. in Lhe Year ( or 1 1 Ota TVuuand EifBt llooilr
I arc! rVviiu-lwo, ihtl A rl.r k-s namlMnl. renrctiTt ly. . 9,
I 10. II. 12. IZ. 14. and 24, H the Trraiy of FrWntlabfp. Cm
I iM-rrr. ani Naiftin. Utwfn Ilia Manty N ajwjO 1 1 1,
IKm-r.r .f th I rrnch, arxl Ilia Mireaty Kamehamrtia IV,
Kir. f th Hawaiian llatH, concttuictl al llonolnlu OctobiT
1 2.'tti, A. I. ''ST. b'Mil-1 cr&a arxl Mpire aceordi:x to the pro-
, ,M.r,f Artlfle xXVI,cr,r.u,iyd ttierciru I'nWic Nl.ce u
brr-ty (iven. tbat on the Fiti-emh Iay r-f At.nl, which ihaJl
be in lhe Year One Thoaarvl Kiht llanclred and rVTenty
j three, the twt OK-ntiorieil A rticlca of tiie Treaty aoreaaid
v.. I akv41jr ceaae aud expire.
Vj cvuiuiaimJ of Uia Majvaty the Kine-
Feao. W. ITt'Tcmaojr.
Actinc Mintater fur Forei(a ACaira.
For:n Office, Fej.t. 14th, IsTJ.
AL'CTIOIV SALE OF
VAtUABtE REAL ESTATH
IN WAILUKl", ISLAND OF MAUI,
- XKAKTIIE BRAC'II.ONE MILE fTST"
rvTtf from the P.t of Kahului. bcluoging to Uie
al, Folate of M M. t.NOi, deceaaed, 2
Saturday, Oct, 19, 1872, at 12 o'clock, M.
(if not prcriounly disjiosej of at Prirate Sale.)
i -i a c ii i: s or Ij a x i !
rbclumt with a stone wall and pkket fence, toretlr with Ibe
Two Story Building & Out Houses
thereon. The lower part of tbe bnikline waa formerly uaed
by Ueaars. T. Uoumaa A Hon as a lletail ttore.
Abo, at tbe same lime and place,
5 Acres) mf Liana! adjoin iatic (be absrf Prrm-
iner, 3 ii.l 'S of which are enclosed, thia land is suitable for
Caue, and has a water right. Title, Fee fimple.
Tern.8 Caab. For particulars enquiia of
J. Pt-KKV, Honolulu, nr
reSl 6t . T. W. EVFRKIT, Auct'r. Vaik.u. laui.
Oprl. FOR SVTLilh !
700 C. AI.S. SIEIIITI OIF
AT $1.00 PER GALLON.
Suitable fbv IMacliinoiy !
400 GALS.SHARK OIL!
400 Grals7Seal Oil !
WILDER & CO.. or
F. A. SGHAEFER & CO.,
Have Just Opened
.A.iicl Offer For Sale
ASSORTMT OF GOODS !
K. C. V YI.112 from RKK.TIEIV
To which they call the attention of the trade.
GT Prices and Terms to Suit the Times.
Genuine Hungarian Wines.
AND BORDEAUX WINES.
Old Sherry and Port Wine,
la Cases and Casks.
GERMAN PALE ALE, Key Brand.
Holland Gin, in boxes ;
Cognac, in demijohns,
Superior Champagne Cognac,
Alcohol, 96 per cent., full proof.
FOR SALE AT
P. A. SCIIAEPER &. CO'S.
i SUPERIOR FRENCH CALFSKINS.
COCOA NUT MATTING, .
VIENNA CANE SEAT CHAIRS,
Contra Tables, &c,
Leather Ware, "Wooden Ware,
AND A LARGE
Variety Of FANCY ARTICLES !
fMOAWQ ANfl riCARITOS
WIUAKO AMI VIVrtl I UO,
" of superior qualitv
For Fale at
V. A. 8CHAKFER fc CO'S.
Of all Kinds &, Qualities,
XiVCl V W UC1 C CC U UldbCd
Deeming it useless to mention the Differ
ent Brands, as we can fill all Orders from
the diiferent parts of the Hawaiian King
dom, WE I1EG TO HAVE A SMALL SHARE !
of tho Conoral Patronage.
No Traveling Agent Employed,
as we do all our own traveling.
T. J. lTrU!t. r. . BATsKLOCK.
DE1LEIIS IX DRV UIMIDS.KAM'Y
tKXi8 AND CUmilXG.
Criterion BuikUnr, Fort tl- (il ly) Honolula, II. t.
DE. MOTT SMITH,
DENTIST. HAVIXfJ REMMED
practice, can be oond at bis routna over K. tHrtix
A Co'a Dras tfore. corner of Fort and Uotel fu. acSl 3a
VAIALUA FEMALE SEMINARY!
Thcro will be a Fair & Exliibition
HELD AT TIIE WUU.l'A l'ROTES
TANT Clil RCil, f r
Benefit of the Waialua Female Seminary,
FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 20th.
AU Interested in tbe Kilucati- n of liawailao OirU. are cordi
ally Inri'.ed to favor Of vita their reence. Wc wUI rodcarur
U offer for aaie auclt art c lea as will prwe allractire fjc
CliriHtmAs 3- ifts!
The arail of aaid Fair ail! b; expended ia tbe parchaM of a
SKWINU MA CHINK, that tbe pupils may becviae skilled in
The Teachers of the Waialua Female Seminary would re
!IectlQ'.ly a!icit aid from the Irrct.ant of Honolulu, in the
line of "otSds and ends," that they can spare towards Fancy
Articles f-r the FAIH which tliey contemplate bnidtnc in Ie
ceinber cext. Pcrhapa oar lady friends may rtndcr us aid in
the matter. All articles collected, may be srot to K. O. Hall's
ature.from hence they will be promptly forwarded to Waialua.
se21 - lm
EXCURSION TO IIIA VI.
THERE WILL BE A LARGE
fathering at Wailuka on the 21 of October, on
which date there will be a 'iR AND BALL to
OPENING OF THE WAILUKU PUBLIC HALL
As many bare expressed a (Wire to be present ou the occa
sion, as well as to risit the pieusatit and interesting region uf
Waitakti aud East Maui,
The Fine. CkhimoJious and IintSaU!iig
Schooner 3Pauialii !
CAPT. II. T. REYNOLD?,
Has been put on Tor Ivalmlui,
for this occasion, and wi J sail from Honolulu on
Saturday, September 28, IS72,
Arririnc at Kahului on Sunday or Monday morninz. Return-
i itifT, will leave for Honolulu on Friday, Oct. 4th, thus eiviug
; aiopie opportunity for excursionists to attend the celebration,
i and to visit places of interest in the neighborhood.
Tickets for the Trip, including provisions on board, $7 0O. to
oe riaa ii mc hook stores. set 11
COXSUIjAIw IVOTICK !
NOTICE IS HEREBY CI VEXTII ATTIIE
1 pxiiperty and effects of tbe late William Crley,
Will be Sold by Gee. W. WiliTong at Tublle Auction,
In Wailuku, Mnoi.
ON THE 11th DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT,
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
Consisting of tbe Following Articles, viz :
Coffee ou About Three Acres of Trees,
Coffee nearly ready to pick.
Two Leases of Certain Lands, Two Grass IIouscS,
Four Pl.s, Lot of uid Clnthi-s, One Clock,
One Double-Barrel tiun. Two Old Tin lluckets,
line PSor lioiler, Three Mules, One Grindstone,
Lot or Too", One P,ox and Content. Lot of lishs.
Five Tin Pun. Fifty-nix Pieces of Hoanlti. Lot of Hoots,
Three Empty Ur.rrrU, One Coffee Mill, one Puck Saddle,
AMI HALF AX ACKE OF AYVA, OXE IKAK OLD!
All sales amount in to fire dollars or under, CAII; on all
sales amounting In more than live dollars, half cash, and a
creditor three luonlLs on the other hnlf If desired, with U'Xe
and security. C. 8. MATTOON,
Honolulu, 8epl. 20, 1872 (v21) V. Consul.
Ia aid of the Bnildiug Food of the
PUBLIC II X-u Hi,
AT WAILUKU, MAUI,
ON WEDNESDAY EVENING,
OCTOI1KII 2nl. 1872.
W. 11. Cornwell ...'.Waikapu
J. W. iirviu. ............... ....... ................ Lahaina
J. II. lllack Honolulu
'ft. T. Alexander Haiku
U. P. Wilbnr Makawao
Sumuel Parker ....Hnwaii
Charles Mnlcee-.... ........................... Clupalakua
II. N. Land ford - Wailuku
Capt. Tallaut --Wnihee
T. W. Kverett, N. C. Willfong,
and W. F. Mossman.
Who will proenre quarters for strangers making application
on arrival ia town.
No pains will be ppared by the management to make tbe
occasion a pleasant reunion and a grand success.
i TTmrT.Tfi for th Ball and Snnner 5.00.
Admitting Gentlemen and Lady ;
To be had in. Honolulu at Whitney's and Tltrum,s
Arrangements are in treaty for a special vessel to carry ex
cursionists to Maui and return, of which notice will be given
Wailuku, Mani, September Sd, 187 J.. . ' .; . a"
fil. T. DONNELL WOULD
03? TTXn ITJ33IjIO Z" O X" XX JI3
XKW ATI WOiDEKFDfi VOVEl WIRE MiTTK ASSES
A perfect Ppring mattrais without rprinci ; a M.Mtrnss without straw or busks The Wire Mattrass consists of a strong
fabric lormed of H000 feet of 8ne tinned wire coiled Into perfect springs ami all interlorked by an iiiK-niou tiroeeas of doable
weavin". M hen this PliaUe and Elamic Fabric is stretched into its proer frame, lhe result is the moat perfect sleeping ar
rangement ever made. He desires io call the attention to the facts: 1st That they never lose their shape; 2d That they
never make a noi-; 3d That they never need a repair.
They are positively warranted to be as perfecily level at the end of fire yi ars, aa when Aral made, and to stand the teat
of one thousand oands for ten d ys.
Farther information can be obtained, and samples seen at the FCRN'ITURE V A REROOMS OF M. T.
DONNELL. o. 88 KING STREET. HONOLULU. jul53m
II AVE JUST RECEIVED
SILVER r'L.A.TED WABE,
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Fence Wire, Nos. 4, 5 and 6, with staples; Wheelbarrows,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three inches; Carriage Springs, Carriage Hardware, Horse Shoes, Ho s Nails,
Cat Nails, Sd to cOd Clinch Nails, Boat Nails, Cut and Wrought Spikes, 4 to 8 inches ; Shoe Lasts and Findin ,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER !
Proxicli Z.lf Sltlxis,
Eridle and Saddle Ornaments, Mexican Trees and Stirrups Marble Wash Basins and Fixtures,
A Full Assortment of Carpenter's ami Agricultural Tools.
BUILDER'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED TUBS AM) PAILS, ice., A.c.
DIIV (;OOI)S, ic, ic.
i.i.c c;iii:i ai i.iiow7ir cottoas, iklts &c, &c.
New tfoods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
V1ITI1 K VIEW TO AFFORD EVERY
T rcility to partMT. l.ir o r4 profitably aod e-un ly
iiivrsune small sums vJ roacv. l-.mlsof the Hawaiian tloeern
saciit of the serrr.1 valuta of $100. $2u0. JoO, aod f 1 .000.
bearing Interest at the rate of a prr ceul. 1-rr annum, parable
aOii-anuualiy, will be iatued at par u all person appiyiue
for then) at the Treasury, fjr u-rn.s of not leas than i. twf
caura than 20 years. KOEkKT ?THILIU,
Miaiatrr of Finance,
rvparunent of Finance, Sept. 20. ISTt sail iia
ILL PERSON'S ARE R EO. I EST ED TO
V band in lo U.e andenienej at bia oSce in Kaahuuaaa
street, all claims aramt Her K cef lency Bulb Keelikuiani.
It is desirable Ihit Itxy iVckl tie hxndvd in inioWialely
Honolulu. Sepc 17, ls7i (srjl la) F. 11. H ARiUS.
Fresh European Groceries
Just Received ex R. C. Wylie !
ASF.S MORTON'S It LACK PEPPER,
Cases Morton's WLite Pepper,
Cass Bl Carb. Soda, half lb. boUles.
Caes Sak-ratus, half lb. bottles.
Cases Fine Oat Meal in jtrs.
Cases Candied Citron Peel in 7 lb tins.
Case Vermicelli in 7 lb. tins, Cases Maccaroni iu 7 lb, tins
Cases Potted Meats, Assorted.
Cases Huntley and Palmer's Biscuits.
Cases Crosse & Dlackweirs and Morton's &uoe.
Cases Half tins Sardines, Cases qr. tins Bardlnes,
Cases Malaga I7 i;s !
in 2 lb. toxe.
Cases qr. boxes fine Layer Raisins,
Cases Half botes fine Layer Kaiaina,
Cases Assorted Jams, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
Cases French Peas, I and J lb. tins.
Cases Coleman's Mustard, J lb. bottles-,
CASES MORTON'S SPICES!
Cases Prunea in gluss,
Csses Assorted Meats and Soups,
Demijohns Canary Seeds.
Hatty A Morton's Atiu-rled Pic Fruits, Etc., Ftc.
AND FOR SALE AT LOWEST RATES
FAMILY GE0CEEY AND FEED STORE
02 Fort Street,
BY JUDD , LAYTOX.
EX LATE ARRIVALS
From Europe and Australia,!
1f For frile by the UmlersiyneJ :
yHITKBRKAIfS FINE DRAUGHT
ALE, (new brew) in bhds. and bbls. . . . -
Fine Pale I5randi.. in cases aud quarter casks;
Baskets and castes of superior Holland Gin,
Cases and quarter casks Purl and Sherry Wines,
Scotch and IrUb Whiskies, In cases and qr. casks,
RoSertin & Co's Champagne in quarts aud pints.
Fine Bottled Ale. -
Superior Blacksmith's Coal !
Ramsay's square and arch Fire Bricks,
Fire Clny, Newcastle Grindstones,
Casks Black Varnish, Tins White Lead, Tins White Zinc,
Superior Paints, Various Colors.
Cases Galvanized Corrugated Iron,
1 Small Steam Engine and 1 Large Iron VaU
Fx K, C. IVylie !
The Following I3rancls or
CHOICE CIOAKS !
10 M La Mariposa, 5 M La Moscouita.
6 M La Islerutt Cubma, 5 M Flor de Kio Seen,
6 M La Legitimidad, & M La Magnifies,
& M La Viriato.
seHqr IV. L. GREEN.
A STORE TO LET. TIIE STORE OS
Corner of Kitnrand Fort Sts., from the 1st r.f October
next. (jy20 3m) Apply to J. O'NEILL.
CALL THE ATTENTION
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Drick Store, corner of Fort and King Sts.
I.AIHi:' I, I (a I IT AIYI) DA IS
IsAIIi:S' Will Ti: .M
;Fits assoktli) sizb:s, izi.Acr:,
The nhovc is an AsMorliucnt of
anil iniiorteil ly ii rilreel
SILKS, SILKS, SILKS,
C. K. WILLIAM'S BUILDING, FORT STREET.
CUTLERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION!
oroat .sjs-t. of Hollowwaro s
Viz : Sauce pans, Fry Pans, Tea Kettles, Iron Pots and Furnace Boilers,
(Galvanized Iron Tuba from 14 to 30 inches ;
(ialvanized Iron lluckets, 10, 11, 12, 13 inches,
Guns, Ritles, Pistols, Caps, Cartridges, Powder, Shot and lialls.
Seine and Wrapping Twine, Fish Hooks and Lines !
KEROSENE LAMPS AND CHANDELIERS!
DOWNER'S AND DEVOE'S BEST KEROSENE OIL !
DIRECT FROM THEIR FACTORIES, EXPECTED SOON TO ARRIVE.
Dealers desiring to purchase the GENUINE ARTICLE at n Low Figure, will forward tbtir
We would also call the attention of Local and Country Dealers to our fresh stock of
HUBBUCK'S BEST PAINTS AND OILS!
just Received, the Largest and Best Assortment in the Market.
Brushes of every kind and quality,
Byam's 8 Card Hatches, on hand and to Arrive.
PURE mmiK AND NEW ZEALAND CORDAGE!
Bits, Bridles and Spurs, Mule Collars and Hames,
Ox Chains, Trace Chains. Topsail Chains,
Bar Steel and Iron, Wrot Kails,
Cut and Wrot Spikes. '
Now is the Time to 13 uy good Goods at 30 per cent, below
their Ileal Value, at tho
Concrete Block, Nos. 95 and
K FAACV ('OI.OKS, In! Choice
ass(hm i:i) ezi:s, coi,oki:i.
80 Dozen marie to onr order,
from Hip illnntif aol nrrr
or Far is.
IN GREAT VARIETY !
mFSsr iHi ties
97 King Street, Honolulu.
m r.r.TivcaiAivr & Co.