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BY C. S. BARTOW.
THIS DAY !
Leases of Crown Lands!
2V ORDI-.K ir Till: COMMIMIOXKRil
-0 ot tr -. Lands, will be oC"Vr 1 Um by rubic
Saturday, the 21st of September,
A I I i i la-k, nuuo. si sale room,
THK rLLOWI CKoWJI LASDa
The Land ko..wa aa HUm' kai, Bttsainl ia Ku&ala. Island
of Hn. a Irna uf fl - nn.
The Land known a H kilaa-uk. Ktsal-d na (be I-laod of
Kssai, lur a leras uf arc year. Tha well kimfii lmil is wey
I t'-t ri u-l.a nr sraslaf, havine an abundaal sapwly
f see, aad baa aa it also a Caa Iwiltoff lioase. pseaaaatly
LaaUxi, aed oCt asadj attractsooa itt xtcr way a aa a rrW.
A Wo, the lase c.f the land Keaae. atlaaled in the District
uf H aiartae, island uf Oabo. fcr a t"-m of Years
U. Ul BAHT'JW, Aaet'r.
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, : SEPT. 21st,
At lU'Co k, M.. in fmot of 5lroom. iatntedlatrty
after the hale of Kl Lstaf ,
A aooI Tuo-Srat Carriage i
Ilenvy Spring Waon !
rue aad Shaft sit eooptrte.
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
By ordsr of t he Assit-nees af thm Fstate of C. llurwhoK Co .
I via hell at Pubii Ai n. at my gal-srooca in Honolulu.
THIS DAY, SATURDAY, : : SEPT. 21st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK. N'X.
All the i:cmniiiiii? Cattle !
f lha late firm af O. Knmho't It Co., wfT running on
( Island of oha, fo 11 11. L-", atMl ais the " M. L "
V. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
THIS DAY. SATURDAY, : SEPT. 21st,
At 12 O'clock. M-,r after tl sale of Land,
fa Cooper's Vr J. bbw Mr. Cl.ayter's PUcksmltb fbop I
will 11 at PuMie A actio a, Two U'ju.H,
lStirf Boat, 22 ft. Long,
1 Square Stern Boat 12 ft. Long
C. t. HABTOW, Aoetieoarr.
WEDNESDAY. : : SEPTEMBER 25th
At IO A. i will ave mH
' "'Card Matches;
Bbls of Salmon, &c.
C. S. BARTOW. AacUooNr.
A roTTAKE OX KM MA .TRKKT. OP
watte turns ruar, partially latrniatsnl.
a. B. bOLK
Properties For Sale or Lease
TIIK CKLEURATED Sl'QAR LAM) UF
HAKAL.AC.iatt Diict of UUo, Hawaii.
Tbe Hms, P.tr ao.1 Premises U AL'AITKKAK,
Kona, Hawaii, emtalnists; sbnst TOO acres,
t'uv particulars apply to
srlt W. U. GREEN.
H' i'Ttl W y I le-. from Breojen,
Two Superior Cottago Pianos!
Of the well ksses saanaf actare of W.S A&SEXUOFr, Bresarn.
foe particulars apply to
F. A. F-CIIAEFKK A CO.
Riding Pants,. Riding Pants.
CKXTI.EMEX WHO A RR FO.NI OP THR
M beautiful ami gracMul exereis. call and see Ike splendid
ICdfard Curd, tbe a" .itahle asalerial ssa le fce Hiding, at
ap J. fcOrON"", Tailor. Kins; - Hanolola.
Just Received ex R. 0. Wylie !
JtiJ For Sjlby Vie UiltTsujfd :
sT.IXTRA SILVER PLATED DINNER
rtra fltrer P1tef Wnner Ppooos
Extra Silver PUled Tea "poons.
Extra SiItct Plated TaMe fpoons,
' Extra Silver Platol 8uup Ladles.
seU la 11. HACKrKLD A CO.
jOl. 37" I DEt!
L II IIEI.I) IX THE MIDDLE OP
ft NOVKUHEK. omler tbe aospees of tbe Ladies Benev
olent Society sf lloooiahs. to raise a Fond for the
Benefit of Female Boarding Schools
V the Island sod other abjects.
Issiiee mf Ike sIlATeraat
contribute to the PAXCT TAbLK.
care of Preeer A Cow, ilooolulu.
lalaaae are laviled to
Articles eaa be sent to the
II. a. JCDU,
fec'y. U 8. 8.
Hay! TJsxyl Hxiy.
TIIK I XOKRSIGXED ARE RE--eiiu
Pressed Cales of
Prime Maniania Hay,
Fmra Lair, which they will sell in quantities to suit.
arplA if WALK ait ALLEX.
Just Received ex R. 0. Wylie!
An-l For Sue by the l" dersi-jiitd :
CALVAXIZEO IROX IMI'E. 1 INCH.
11 inch, ami 1) inrh;
uright Psocing M ire, N. 4, S, and 4,
Bantntl's Patent Metal.
I'erf. rated Brass for Centrifusts.
art A 2m - II. HACKFILD A CO.
FOR SALE OR LEASE !
THE STORE AMI PREMISES XOW
otupi oy tne amtersineai.aa stiuinnnn. iir
pr bums are tn ( 1 nrJer eut huosrs. Ac gern-
sweat wmier !S.d on- 1 jt further parttcalars, apply b
aul A. FlNUER.
Wl ST REl'EIVEO VIA SAX FRANCISCO.
Aa iusuMM of lU.g)aa Saddles.
II. If ACKFtLD A Co.
MUSXETS, WUSXETS. KUSKETS ! !
A LOT OP Jil'I'ERIOR MI S.
" f Jul IteexiveJ an.i Fur Sale Cbeau tr
No. 40 Fort Street.
Ladies' Ice Cream Saloon
GENTLEMEN'S LUNCH ROOM !
ni R. ROU ERT RVCROPT WOt'LU RES.
J," A. pectTiilly aanouaee to the Pabtie that he aas
Opened on Fort Street!
Uysesil VllliasH Faraliare Ware
Ico Croam Saloon for Ladles 1
ICE CREAM, CAKE. TEA AND COFFEE !
at sill hears,
HOT LCXCII DaTlI' FROM 12 TO 8.
Hoping to be able to meet Ute requirement of t&tae who
may faor bus with their ptroaage.
He Invites all to Give Him a Call,
Practical Plumber, Fort Street, next
door to the Government Tard.
Orders f e lit ase or lihip Work proeaptly attended to.
RAILROAD WHEELS AND AXLES,
Ly CSII I XCS.AVr.. COMPLETE. SUIT A RLE
9 tar Kailrsad Tracks oo Plaotattone or Gaano Islands.
For sale by (suJA-lmJ WALK Kit A ALLLV.
FOR SALE !
THE PREMISES LATELY" OCCl'
PI t it bf W. FiStiaer.oo Hotel street, r
(uyll :iiUi.eof J. II. PATV.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR SALE !
At lO A
: : : : SEPT. 24th,
M.. A I Halriraaa.
DRY GOGDS, CLOTHING,
ZXnt aucI 0a,T
Boots and Shoes,
CR03KERY & GLASSWARE !
Card Hatches, Hatting,
Teas. Tobacco, Sec.
E. P. ADAMS, AuctV.
Real Estate at Auction ! !
SOLD WITHOUT RESERVE.
ON TUESDAY, SEPT. 24th,
AT 12 0CIX K, 11., AT SALKSROOM.
COO ACIIKS OF L.ANI KNOWN AS
Sitaalrd 3 1-3 Milra (ram llania JIarkor.
bUtnct of liana, Laat M.ai ; this laud suitable for a
UNSURPASSED on MAUI for a DAIRY !
THK 1M1 KOVKMfcNTd AKK
ONI'. Sl'USTANTIAIi WdODE.V IIOL'SR!
and Une l-arje (lraa IIour.
IncluJl ia Abort are Ttinriva failure IjuhI. wh'rin arr
2jO Lirpe Bmjfruit Trrc, iu fall kmrinif, auj Jo small Ure.l
frull Tf-M. Tliis asturs is sustaiitialiy feutftl with ItuiM,
th wall beitiir (m-i a iitchrs hiih, 3 mule at trft.n and
IS incurs at U, a!o a a sere Calf Pea built insMe, aDj a
Uardrn of i arres, Kit?. .
d the maoka portion of tLif Laml, ther ar? over &0 pllrs
of Hairi rraly U cut.
The title i4 this LaiKl Is r'n-t.
Tbrra Is aJsu ao iavrotw of st'.ck, anj ut-tn'l. ahi-h enn
b otitaiorj at a barirain, ar'icultrs a liirh rin I ol(tinrJ
l at tfair hoon). Terms 'aj-u, or appruvetl riulDraeil 'Sier
bearing interrst at l r ceuu t iiium.
t:. 1. AUAMS.An'r.
- AVIS AUX FI.A;CA1S.
Cuxmisssriat rr Comclat ds i a Kirtntiqcs
raAsrsi.MK sir I1.IC4 liswsi.
Et'KNSKM K X T i i: I N J V K. X X A I si
pupulaua syaot, en ce uioinent. lieu en France, le
tiuueerneuiunt ale la liejHjbliquo vient, sr noe circulaire
adressee a sea Agents a I'etraaigr, de les etiarfrer de relever le
Dooibre, le sexe, I'sjie les ixsui ttc.. de leurs natiiaus residaut
dans lisrs creiOscriU''ns repectives.
cooseqaenee, tous V r. iicai lixtitant, a qiielqoe litre
que re soit, une dea lies de rarcbi.-l. sold invites a vouluir bien
se presenter dns on delai il'us uu m'-ii.a artiril'snwrdbui.
an Consulat de r ranee a lltaiulu, (llictiard street 3"jJ, de lOli
a ssali .
Fsit a Ilor.lnlii. le Mcrere.IL, 11 Hei-ieoihre lT'i.
Le Consul et CucnroUaaire le la keutlue Krancaise.
llhNUV La MO.N.NVi-K.
ALL I'KRMIXS I.VDEBTKDTI) TIIK
1 ATK of Williain Cruley, dceail, Ute of .Maui, are
hereby rwitifled ti piy the atuMinttof such iiidente Iness In
George W. Wilfong, at Waduku, Moi, wlio is duly authorisx-d
to act la the eeuiewjent ol said eatate, or to the Called Statea
Consul at Honolulu, wittiin sixty days fnun dste ; and all per
sona having claims against said estate are requested lu firesent
the same tor settlement, as aluve. (elO it)
New Goods, New Goods!
IPISIJi H. C. AVYHiIIi:,
AKE MORTOXS EXOLISII
Caws Katly's -nelib PrsPs,
Cases Morton's Kiiglh Pie FruiU,
Cases katly's Knglisa Pie Fruits,
Case tlniund 1I- Peper,
t'aaes liroaod M bite Pepper,
liars V hole pefper.
(a.es Mrtun's tvnglish Mut,ird, hslf lb. bitlles,
Casrs 1 or ton's Carb. soda, half lb. bottles,
Caase Uwvn'f Saieralaa, naif la. bottles.
Cases M'irton's Cream T.riar, bf. and one mund b'ltlles.
('axes Morton's tinmn.1 Ciiinam-u,
Cases Mi-rton's dniuud and liulc CIvn,
Cases Morton's (iround Allspk-e,
Ca'S Mnrtofi's Urnanrf Oinger,
Cases Mortiai's TaMe Vinegar, qts.,
Cs. Morton's Assd. Jams & Jellies,
1 and 2 1 tins.
Cases Morton's Assorted Jams and Jellire, 1 lb. Jarj.
CASES MORTON'S ASSORTED HERBS !
- - Consisting of Sage, rersk-y. Mint, Marjoram.
Mixed Herbs, Savory, Tt yme six I Ce'ery teeds.
l'ai- Murluo's gtnsed llerriug 1 deo tatlu
CASES IMPERIAL PRUNES !
Case Morton's Pultana Ustsins. 4 and 7 lb. tins.
Cssrs Morton's 7-aote Ctdranus, 4 and 7 IU tins.
Cases Morton's Macaroni and Vermicelli. 7 lb. lius.
Cases Mortoo's Nutraegr, 7 and 10 lb. tins.
Cases Morton's Bleached Whole Oinger. 10 lb. tins.
Cases Morton's Pearl Barley, 4 lb. tins.
Cases Morton's ti round Kice, 4 In. tins;
Case Morton's Oat Meal, 4 rb. tins;
Cases Morton's Assorted Candied Peel, 7 to 10 lb. tins;
Cases French Pens, Petite Puis,
Cases Spanish Olives,
Cases Bologna Sausages, Keg Crushed S ugar.
Also, to Arrive per Courier !
Half anj quarter boxes uperiir Miucatel Ilaisins.
ALSO, PER QUEEN EMMA!
Dae IGfls laataut.
A Fresh Lot of Calfornia Produce !
California Cream Cheese. .
Casks :uar Cored Hams, Cases Breakfast Ham,
Cases Codlish, Cases friuoked Beef,
New California Potatoes,
New California Onions,
Dags California Oats and Dran !
Uuidrn Gate Family Floor, qr. sacks;
Cases Very Fine Japan Tea. !
la I, ) and ) lb. paper. A so, iu bulk of 3d lb. cases
and 9 lb. boxes.
Far Sale Law a t
II. E. Mel XT V RE At IlltO'S..
sell 4t Curnr Fort and King Streets.
PICTURE FRAMES !
DICKSON'S ART GALLERY!
I FORT STREET.
LARGE ASSORTJIEXT OF
GILT, ROSEWOOD AXD WALNUT
Picture lrxmes !
SUI'ARE AMI OVAL.
Cliea-p Ibi Cash.
Pictures Framed to Order.
Just Received ex E. C. Wylie
Aihd Fir Stle by tle U.Ji-rs-jntl, the
Following Fresh Groceries !
CASEH B ATT V V COS ASSI. PICKLES,
Cases Bauy Co' Assorted Pie FruXs,
Cases Huntb-y A Palmer's Aaaorted biscaiu.
Cases French Peas,
Cases Trench Chocolate,
Cases Ground pices. Ground C lores,
Salcratas, Oat Meal, Kstmees. Capers, Uriel Herbs,
Lemon r'yrup. Raspberry trup.
sel4 2m II. I1ACKFELD A CO.
Just Eeceived ex R. C. Wylie !
And For SaU by the L'ler$innl :
JEFFREY Si. CO'S EDINBURGH
quarts and pints.
Geraiaa Ate, Key brand, quarts and pints.
A small inruice cf the eeWLrakvl Norwef tan Ale, In
casrs of 3 tkaeo quarts each.
Genuine Holland's Uto lu f!aa and stone jugs,
Ctses Uhioe Wine, Liebfrsuea Milch,
Cases Aromatic Schnapps,
Cases A Hash er rxppeUuetnixel,
Cases Assorted Bitters,
Oua Oalloa Teaiu-d.os of Alcohol.
l2n 11. UACRFELD A CO.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KiLAUEA.
S-at. 30lfc Kasisi
. 7 lis C'trrsiil ml HasrisU
Oct. tills Keaa
On. tttm l irrail sf K laal
Orl. XHlls f 'irrsiit mf llaissaiii
S.r C'rrJ.t tut ps.sue M .rxy. Tickets at the UOice
If. stUtil U. WILl'tU.
luti s it Ageot.
rou l'ouTL.iAi), oi:i:,ov,
11L TI1K F AST K A I Ll.NiJ BAKKKMTIMK
Time V. Ifillciiibiir,
T. J. fuhUKS, Mas.er.
ILiviwj a Jsu 'ft l'urlU,n of her I'rti-jht Ewj'iyrd.
for freight or (.asage, atly !
sTjU CA3T1.K it dKK, AgeDts.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
THK FINE A 1 HAWAIIAN CLIPPKR BARK
Tl. C. AVYLJ E,
Cataio II. IIALTERMASX,
tor freight or Passsite apply to
11. lUCKt LLU U CO.,
United States. New Zealand and Australia
Mail Steamship Line.
For SAX FRAXCISCO !
The St r:iu!ii)
ll'llhht (teenhf four hour nfler the arrival if the
.tw Zrtlml Yrer.
Anal Olbrr New Zrnlnnil Porta, coanrrlia)(
ft C AarklnsKl with Strmurr. lor Sytluey,
1 r I ksurur u ul lirUbaar, Ibr
Within tw4rntt)-foir lurirs after arrival.
1 r r'rWeht f-r the siraniers wiU be ri'ioive.l ia steamers
warehouse In-e of storage.
For SAX FRASCISCO, on or
Oct. ItHl.j Saturday
l .r A UCKLA XK ttr..
oh or ultotd
...Not. Iflth I
...lec. Hih j
Passenirera lKX.ke.1 through at reducetl rates tn MiinU in the
t'uitid Mates and to LiverxMil, and alsu tu ports iu New
Z-aland arid Australia.
For Freight and I'asge, and all forther infirniatioa, -apo
Apply to H. HACKFELU A. Co.. Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER Si.
CO., AOEXTS. ,
V Favorable arrangements can always be made for
fSCaC? Storage and Miipmeiit of Oil, 15ne, Wo.. I. Utiles
ainl otiier MerchNudtse to New Heilfm, Bialon, New York and
other F.anlera Ports. J r Csh Advaoces ms.te.
lei A ly C. UHKHtK k CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. It RE W Ell Si CO.. ACEXTS.
If Mer-haiidise reoive.1 STOIlAtJK Fit KB and
i fcrf5v lincral canh advances mnde on hipm ms t.y this
I hue. (fe-.'4 ly) C. liltfcVc.'ll CO.
i Regular Packet for
Kona and Hail.
The New Clipjier Pcliooner
I tS IT I I 11
U I L A II
! rtfrVaavT J a aj ia. ,-i ia ,
; . Captain J. H. 11 at Held,
j M ill run regularly on the above mate, having excellent accotn
1 niodslioiis fur psssenger and freight.
I For Freight or Ps-sar". sply to the Captsin on board,
or to (njh-illfj TlUUhTS At
Will ran as a Repular Packet to the above port. For Freight
or Paisnge apply to
WALKLU It ALLKN, Agents.
KEWUK PACKET FOR LAIIAINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
K. D. CRANK, Master.'
M ill Kan Kralarir betwrrnTbis Part and Lahatna,
Ilonolnla Satnrdays and LaJi-tloa every We dnrsdavs.
ap3m II. IIACKFKLD tt Co., A Rents.
Regular Packet tor Ilanalei, Kauai.
TIIK CLIPPKR SCIIOONKR
K A A I X A MASTER.
Will Suit as a Rejular Packet as ulove.
For Freight or passage apply to
WALK Kit A ALLKN.
AGENTS FOR THE
LI LI L', ISA 11 ELLA ,
KIX.lt'. AM) IIOKL'LELE.
Freight at fir priors and gnods properly tiamlled.
WILDKR tr CO.
FOR SALE OR LEASE
OX I'.t VOIl A RLE TERMS THE ym
lloL'SK and I.oT on Lioa Street. Km lama,
lately occupied by Leooard MiUlicll. or r-
tii-uUrs apply to the undrmgned V. C. JUNLi.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
THE II EM It. A RLE DWELLIXG HOVSK
lately ucrupitd .V C. II. LKW 'I. IIS , situated ou Kukui
Mrrxt. for parttcalars enquire of
j.L-J tf ' LLWKrtS h T'lCKOX.
THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL!
THE PROPRIETOR WILLSI'ARE
no pains to make this
ELEGANT HOTEL FIRST-CLASS
in errry particular.
pnnnc r iv r it iti t?v Tiir triiT rr irmr t
wvif.ii mttr s s lun .iiutia vu m iia
with or without board.
HALL AM) LARGE ROOMS TO LET FOR
ju-M PCBLIC MKET1XUS. OR SOCIETIES. tf
M THE PROPERTY SITl'ATKU AT
the f.tf ot MAK1K1 V.AL1KY near Punahou.
mntainioir FOl K ACHUtF LA N U. one-third -t
in Kilo Land under roltiraliuo. A GiHjU COTTAOK coo
taintcs; fiar rooms Coos House, Fowl 1 loose. Aic, ou the
preroiM-s. Two streams of water run through the land. For
further particular, iixjoire rf w. U. WtX'LSkiV,
auJ4-3m. Finn of J. M. Oat s Co., Sailmakers.
WELL CURED ISLAM) HAY
at ONE AN1 A II A LF CENT i'iK
J3o JTDD A LAYTON'8
FOR SALE !
THE LEASE OP THAT DF.SIR-
able Pwell.nr House and Lot on Richard Street.
"si formerly occupied by the nmlersirned as a pri
vate residence. The lease ol the shore premises has eleTen
years to run, and will be disposed of on faruraMe terms.
For particulars, apply to II. 8. PWSTN.
-5 s-w w tf At the Office of the Snp't of Water Works.
House to Let !
A HOUSE OX MAUXAKEA ST.,
near the Ilooolulu Iron Works, For particulars en
qo.reof (w&swJjZ) U. GILLILAND.
A TWO STORY IIOt'SE IN SOI'TH
Kine StrevC- vifh a snaeirai. rinl KlrKn Rnh.im.nn T
stable and Coach Hnuse and back entrance from Ala-
aca Street. Inquire at 1 35 King Street. sep4 Sat
TO LET !
A DWELLING HOUSE IX THE REAR
of tbe Kesidcoce of D. N. Flitner. Apply to
F. W. BKCKLEV.or
1 iu It. K. UAVIION.
aaflsfsl a J
3T. a 2VIoroliiit St..
AS OX HAM) AM rXiR SALK A SI
perusr asauruieal af
WINES. SPIRITS, ALES, PORTERS,
RI IXART, PERK ET F1W
C II A M F A CJ X E. qoans and piou.
ReinharJ A Co. 'a Chsmpajne, qts. A pta.
Different Brands Cala. Champagne,
Quarts an4 ints.
Le Prieane OaoU-oac Cluvl. oaarta and pints;
6t. Julian MeJuC Claret, qusrs and pints;
Chateau Utfltie Clairet, quarts ami piats;
tbsleas la Knsw Claret, quarts ana pints;
Clarvt in cask And on draught,
California White Wine, on draught;
fSleiioi Cain.. Hock!
Lirect frucn the Vineyard, and
Warraaleal Pare J a Ire of Ike Crape.
PORT AND SHERRY WINES!
Cask and Cases.
Port nl Sherry Winea. on draught;
sine Old Madeira, direct from Cadis;
Cordials, in cat glass decanters,
Parit Amour, Anisette, ia Verte,
Creme de Cassia, Eau d Vie de Uantxic,
Curacoa, Abalnlhe, Maraachlno,
MARTELL'S AND HENNESSEY'S BRANDY
in cks and cases.
SCPERI0;1. BOCROON WHISKSY.
AU, a Few CAlI' 'Soperitr Bbtob WLiskej,
". Hedicinal n.
ri'KK Will TJS...JIX ia Qaarler Casks!
Pure White Gin in cases, 4 doxen each; Gin in case. 2 d sen
each; Uiu in cases, 1 dosen cv:fa; Gin iu cases, 16 bottles eaclt;
Gia in baskets, dwn each.
A LARGE ASST. OF BITTERS !
Angostura, Boker", HnWand's,
1. X. U, Hoateuers', IlumboMt,s, Papifax,
Gainers tsnseuisin, Fenet, Branca, Orange.
XT All the above will be oKl as Cheap as any other hoi
lu the city, either In fond or duty paid.
aeT NO TRAVELING AUKST EMPLOVEO. Sm
TO E.I2T !
Under the Odd Fellow's Hall.
At Present Occupied hj Dillingham & Co., as
Hardware Store !
It is Completely Fitted with Shelving, &c.
For further particulars si ply to
C. A. CASTLE, or
W. C. PARKE.
BEST COLUMBIARIVER SALMON !
AlellANY HIIIaIaS xix FIaOUK
BEST OREGONDRIED APPLES !
Cases JSTtavy Bread
EX JAXE A. I'ALKIXBI'RG.
FOR SALK CI1KAPBT
el4 CASTLE & COOKE.
H. HAGKFELD & CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
THE FOLLOWING GOODS!
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE !
122 DAYS FROM BREMEN.
I'RLNTS, LAWNS, MUSLINS,
White and Blue Cottons, and Drills,
Blue Denims, Burlaps, Mosquito Netting,
Blue and White Flannels, White Moleskin, ;
Assorted Eed Quilts, ?
Assorted Silk, Cotton and Linen Handkerchiefs,
White Imperial Linen, Assorted Towels, 1
Socks and Stockings, Assorted Threads,
Assorted Shawls and Plaids,
Woolen Blankets, red, white, green, blue & gray,
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Fine Cloths and Cashmeres,
LININGS, &c for Tailors use.
Fine Silks and Woolen Goods for Ladies
Bunting, assorted colors, French Merinos,
Assorted Perfumery, LuLin's Extracts, &c.
Assorted English Saddles,
French Calfskins, Paints and Oils,
A full Assortment of German, French and English
Rhine Wines, Champagne, Scotch Ales,
German and Norwegian Ales, Gin, Sherry,
Butchers' Knives, Pen and Pocket Knives,
Scissors, Perforated Brass Centrifugal Linings,
Babbitt's Metal, Banca Tin, Tin Plates,
Fence Wire, Galvanized Iron Pipes,
Sheet Zinc, Best r-efiued Irons.
Assorted Qualities Ne dies.
Silver Plated Forks. Spoon and Ladles,
&c, &.C., &c, &c.
Combs and Brushes,
Fancy Goods, Toys and Riding Whips!
Portland Cement, best brands,
Blacksmiths1 Coals, Tar and Pitch,
Fire Cley, Fire Sand, Fire Bricks,
Oak Boats for coas'er?,
A Smalt Lot of Superior
T I ICTlim MAIlk M RNITIIRK
w fcrf a w in sis a a a waaaaaa. waa a
Mahogany Sideboard, with Marble Slab & Mirror
Ditto Dining Table,
Rosewwd Centre Table, ditto Sofa,
Cane Seat Folding Chairs,
FINE HAVANA and GERMAN CIGARS !
in full assortment and at various prices,
Music Boxes, Glass Beads,
And Many Other Goods too Numerous to
Passes or tub Mous rvi rut Moara or BsrTCca.
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CsrT. IsiKL SaiTH.
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 21.
MOTES OF THE WEEK.
"T. A we jjo to press tbe my'il sioamer from
San Francisco is off the port.
Fair at Waialva. We notice ! alTertisemnt
tliat there will be a fair and exhibition at tbe Fe
male Seminary at Waiatua. on this lrlati.l. on the
20th of tXeceiuber nexL The obj"Ct fs a worthy
Vikk at MaKAWao. By the Kltauea we hear
that Messrs. Alexander & Co. have Iot about
sixty acres of growing cane by & fire at Makawao.
A severe losy, taken in connection with the existing
" From thk Voi-caxoks. Captain Hatfield. o( the
schooner UUaina. which vessel arrived finn Kona
and Kau yesterday, reports that the light Irora the
crater of Mokuaweoweo was apparently increasinif
in brilliancy, and that Kilauea continued in unusual
Mlbdkker Coxvicted. The man Kuheleaumokti,
convicted of the murder of old man and woman
at Waiebvt. Maui. last 'larch, was brought down
front Lahaina yesterday on tbe SttHe Merrill, and
taken to the prison, there to await tbe day fixed for
his execution, which is tbe 25th day of March nexL
y CTPI.EM ext. We present our patrons with a
seven-column supplement to-day, containing a full
account of the Volcanoes, and also a very interest-
jt inj article from the tYiriul, descriptive of the old
ladies tea party in this city. Ihe present will be
a good number to send to friends abroad.
Naval. The U. S. S. Retaca, Nathnoiel Green,
commander, 9 guna anJ 130 men, arrived on S&tur
day last, SO daja from Apia, Navigator Islands.
The only item of interest that we glean by this ar
rival is to the effect that the different chiefs of the
group were involved in petty wars-
Coal on Fire. On Sunday afternoon lost, a
slight smoke arising from the pile of coal on the
sfeamer wharf indicated the presence of fire. Mr.
John Tibbitt8, fire warden of the district, was
pj-oruptly on hand and got a hose on to the spot with
water from the street pipe.
Benefit. Madame Marie Daret tnkes a benefit
next Monday evening at Buffum's Hall, under the
patronage of the Captain and officers of the Retaca.
The fine play of East Lynne will be presented
with "A Tempest in a Tea Pot." Seats can be
secured at Mr. Thrum's.
' Insane. The report comes from Maui that a sorae
xvhat nrominent member of the late Assembly from
L that Island has become insane since leaving "Hono
lulu, ana wn.-t so violent that ho bad to be tied to
keep him from mischief. Sooth to say, his course in
the Assembly was erratic.
Tuk Glokiois Rain. On Tuesday, Wednesday
and Thursday, th . oity and immediate neigh
borhood was refrenlu-d with copious showers, that
were much needed, for tbe dust had become so
troublesome as to be the subject of a newspaper
item. As we are just about at the equinoxial sea
sou, a change in the weather will be appropriate.
' Masonic The Maui Lodge, U. D.. F. & A. M.
meets on the Saturday before the full moon in each
month. The otlicers appointed by the Grand Master
of California, are
Kev. O. B. Whipple, W. M.
U. F. Sand ford, S. W.
George Miller, J. W.
i Mechanics Benefit Union. The Honolulu M. B.
U. is one of the oldest mutual benefit societies in this
city, its organization dating from the year 1853. On
the 13th inst. the annual election of otlicers was had,
with the following result :
t President George C. McLean.
l-'ice i'rrxident John Tibliitts.
Treasurer Thomas SorretiHon.
Secretary William B. Wright.
J Plantation Sold. On Wednesday, thn 18th inst.,
I the Paukaa Plantation, situated three miles from
Jlilo, Hawaii, was sold at auction by Mr. C. S. Bar
; jtow. Mr. C. C. Harris was tie purchaser, for the
sum of 16,400, which includes the second mort
gage and interest due. While this sale of a valuable
plantation at a very low figure, (it is said to have
cost the late proprietor over S 100,000) may be con
sidered as indicative of a decreasing faith in the
sugar business, yet it must be remembered that the
plantation was pretty well run down, and will re
quire n considerable outlay for some time to como
before it can be made productive.
Excursion to Maci. The schooner Pavahi, It
will be observed, is advertised tor an excursion to
Maui, to sail next Saturday, the 28th inst. Tbe oc
casion is the grand gathering of the residents of
Maui on tbe 2d of October, to take part in the fes
tivities on the opening of the Wailuku Publie Hall.
Our correspondents at Maui write us that they an
ticipate a great time ; there is nothing talked of in
Wailuku but the cming Ball and parties ; and ex
tensive preparations are being made to have every
thing come off in the best style. Those who go on
tbe excursion from Honolulu, will find the PauaJU
a fine, comfortable and fast sailing vessel, and will
enjoy an opportunity not often afforded to visit one
of the finest portions of the islands, and return
within a week, at a moderate expense.
53?" At a regular meeting of Queen Emma Lodge,
No. '2, L O. G. T., held last Monday evening, Sept.
ICtb, the following resolutions, in memory of the
late Mrs. E. Sylvester, were unanimously adopted.
The funeral, which took place last Thursday week,
was the first of a Sister since the Order was insti
tuted in these islands.
Whciiis, It havinff pleased the Creator of the Universe
to remote by death from our midst to that Better Lodee, our
late Sister Mrs. Esther Sylvester; therefore, be it
Resolved, That by the death of our Sister, this Lodee has
lost a faithful member, the Order an earnest laborer, and her
I huxhand a devoted wile.
Resolved, That while we sympathize with her relatives in
this their hour of affliction, the Regalia of this Lodge be draped
and the members wear the usual badge of mourning fur the
period of twenty days.
Resolved, That these resolutions be entered in the minutes,
a copy sent to the relatives, and one to the newspapers of this
j Hook and Ladder Co.mp.ant. Last Tuesday afler
pnon this organization of Honolulu Firemen had a
tlrill with their new truck and apparatus at the
residence of C. E. Williams, Esq- the Foreman, at
fKulaukab.ua. The ladders and other apparatus of
the truck was handled bv tbe company at the word
of command, and an illustration given of what
could be done in case of a fire. There are two long
'Splice Ladders," formed by sections respectively
3D. 20, and 15 feet in length, or 63 feet combined,
and 30 and 26 feet 54 feet combined. Also 8
single ladders, each 30. 25. 21. 20. 15. 13. 12. and
10 leet in length ; and 3 roof ladders, each 25. 20,
and 15 feot long. Besides the ladders there is one
lage iron drag, with chains and pole. Then there
are axes, and all the various fittings of a Hook and
Ladder Truck. The whole is in first rate order for
a moment's use. Besides the members of the Com
pany and officers of the Fire Department, Mr.
Williams entertained a number of invited guests in
bis well-known hospitable style, and an exceedingly
pleasant evening was passed.
Police CorBT. Wednesday there was a rather full
attendance at this forum. Puhimoku. who had been
arrested for being drunk, forfeited his bail ot S6by
not appearing. Kekala. was charged with malicious
injury, in throwing stones and broken bottles in at
a window, and beiug iound guilty got three months.
Kimo, got drunk and. mounted on horst back,
rode over a Chinaman's garden. Wheii remonstra
ted with for his destnictive antics, he rode his horse
on to the Chinaman's verandah and struck him on
the lace with a whip. Fined 15 and costs. Ka
mana. a vicious looking young native, was charged
with highway robbery, in bavin? hanled a China
man off his horse on the upper Nuuanu road, and
took from him a purse containing $30. The evi
dence was pretty clear against Kamana. and be was
committed for trial at the next term of tbe Supreme
Court. Louis Samuel. Lino Samuel, and Avarista
Samuel, three well-grown stout eons of Peter
Samuel, an African-Portuguese, were charged by
their father with threatening to kill him. Peter
can't talk English, and a countryman volunteered
to interpret for him. but tbe interpreter's endeavors
to make himself clearly understood were not brill
iantly succes-sful. A number of witnesses were
called, the sum of whose testimony went to prove
that the sons ol old Peter, (who is a hard-working
man) were a perfect plague to him. lazy and quar
relsome, but there was no proof that the old man's
life was in danger from them. So they were dis
charged, after a little talkins to from'the Judge and
went home, probably to annoy the old man worse
than ever, until be ships them off on some planta
tion jnst the place where such unemployed
labor can be made good use of.
M;s. Cap. Ahuy, and U r BK4lcr Mrs. Uv-lti.xi, d.:-irs to
express ia la maoscr their tLauas to the ctturwa of Ilooo
lulu Kt the sysapathy aiaiuiested ui the obapc of aulrtuil aid
Honolulu, .-pt. h. IHT3.
Tbk KXCrmsioM.'Ts returned from Ute trip to Ha
waii and the Asct-nt cf Maun Lo on SutuUy morn
ing, ia good health and highly pleajml with their
j j-iunt. loubtlss it will be a life-long memory witb
all. the feat of having climbed a mountain nearly
14.000 feet ana cued upon a grand Volcano in full
Cui ELTT to Ammals We have received a cora-
i wunicatioo from "A Pss nger on the A"iiivrYt,"
slating that there is a c-ockI deal of unneoiwarT
i cruelty exercL'd Umard animal on freight by the
crew ol the steamt-r. e da not doubt but tfcat
wer.. the facta brought to the knowledge of the
Captain or tlie Agent, theinhumau practices would
Wo put a Mop to.
Cu rt I t tt 1.
; The September term for Maui was finally adjourned
oh Tuelay 1M, Judge I fart well and tbe member of
tie Uir returning to town on Friday ruormng, per
ri Alert til. The fallowing is a tranaenpt of the
Calcudar and the disposition of the cases :
' - CBIMISAU
Th Kiag vs. Paul K. Kalaikini; selling and fur
nishing intoxicating drinks' to uativea. W. pro.
The King vs. Pupuka; same as the above. -W.
The King vs. Nahaku; assault and battery. er
dict of not guilty.
The King vs. Nuuhiwa; selling anJ furnishing
intoxicating drinks to natives. Verdict of not guilty.
The King vs. Kekahuna; selling and furnisbiug
intoxicating drinks to natives. Verdict of guilty.
The King vs. Oena; same as the above. Verdict
of not guilty.
The King vs. David Sylva; selling spirituous
liquors without license. Verdict of not guilty.
The King vs. J. Kahaihanu; violating the Sab
bath. J'ol. prot.
The King vs. Kahelemai; selling and furnisbiug!
intoxicating drinks to natives. erdict guilty.
The King vs. Kaohele; larceny of animals. Ver
dict of not guilty.
Tbe King vs. Nuuhiwa (w.); practicing medicine
without a license Verdict of guilty.
The King vs. Kalauwahine (w.); practicing medi
cine without a license. Verdict of guilty.
The King vs. Kanibomauole; gaining. Verdict of
The King vs. Alvah Blake; adultery. Verdict of
The King vs. Julian Revierc; selling spirituous
liquors without license. Verdict of guilty. Find
500, and S 25.30 costs.
The King vs. Kupa; perjury. Continued, nut.
The King vs. Maikunu; perjury. Abated.
The King vs. Kaaihue; perjury. Coutinued, ni$i.
The King vs. Mailou, Kahinalua and Naehu; mur
The King vs. Kia; obstructing and perverting
justice. vVo. pro.
The King vs. Charles Wallace; assault and battery
with a dangerous weapon. Plea of guilty.
The King vs. Kuhelcaumoku; murder. Verdict of
The King vs. Daniel; bouse breaking. Plea of
guilty. - . . . . ... '(.'''-
The King vs. Aikala ; bouse breakin x. Verdict of
The King vs. Kuamoo; burglary ia the 2d degree.
Verdiot of guilty.
The King vs. O. J. Harris; obstructing and per
verting justice. Plea of guilty, and fined $100.
The King vs. Hoapii; selling liquor without license.
Verdict of not guilty.
In the matter of tbe estate Poholowai. Continued.
W. M. S. Association vs. Kuai ; desertion of service.
Ordered to return.
In the matter of the estate of Kaailau. Continued.
Keliimahiai vs. Charles Wallace; libel for divorce.
Mary Ann Kiliwehi Kaauwai vs. William Iloapili
Kaauwai; libel for divorce. Decree nfrf granted.
Jsahiku vs. Puuonoula and Elani ; petition to annul
marriage. Petition denied.
No. 4. Hawaii A Colony of Malaysia.;
The kanaka, the man of the Sandwich Islands,
whence did be come? Of course be is kin to the
tanata, or taata of Tahiti ; to the rangata of New
Zealand ; and when wefindanorangitam.orbrown
man, in Malaysia, who is called taniuta in the Mo
luccas, we may be led to believe that where there
is such a resemblance of family names, there must
be some relationship between the parties.
I think we must look to Malaysia for tbe ances
tors of our kanaka. We can plainly soo, by tbe
indications of language, the stepping stones ot their
progress through Polynesia. And besides the
proofs of language, the resemblance of physical
form, and of many manners and customs, givo
strength to this conviction. However, 1 am not tied
to any theory on the subject. I am not inclined to
theory, but delight in facts ; and 1 desire to present
one hundred facts, or words, to 6bow the resem
blances of language, and evidence ot relationship
between the people of this group and those of the
In this comparative vocabulary I have been
largely aided by tbe vocabularies, in Wallace's new
work on the East India Archipelago ; and what I
do not finl there are from my own remembrances
of the languages of Malaysia.
If aw. and Language of Malaysia.
Auwe, A wo, Malay.
Lima, Lima, rltna, E. Malaysia.
I no, Ik,oilo, Jmvan.
Maia, Ms, Musol, Mas, E. Malaysia
Manu, Manu. Sanijir, Manuca, Javan.
I.leelc, llan, Javan.
llanu, Ilantu, (spirit) Malay.
Koko, koto, Kute, gute, Javan.
Waa, Was, c waka, B uru Cajei.
Pana, " Van. Javan. lay.
Cane, sugar, Ko, To,
Ko, To, Tuo, tuyo, E. Mala. Tubo, Al i-
Keiki, Iki, Ichi, Banda, Dediki, Raju.
N iu, N iu, nya, also not, Salibabo.
Mai, Oimai, uimai, E. Mala. Malay.
Hula, hurahura, Vran-uran, (poetic recitations)
Las. Baju, Lacl, dmblauw.
Kuko, Malay. U"V
Iluka, (to ojen, an opening) Ma
Inum, mitinm, Malay.
Tart, tuli, (the ear) C tit be.
Ilua, E. Malaysia.
Tae, kae, Malay. Vaysii.
Hum, Amboyna, IIulu, E. Ma-
Aha, Cajeli, A pi. Malay.
Ian, . Mala. Iwa, Celebes.
Ilua, bua, throughout Malaysia.
I'ikL. pighi, Malay.
I'atua, matua, Malay.
Maisi, Amboyna, Baika, Malay.
Pela, E. Malay in.
Lima, E. Malaysia.
Bare, Sulu, Bale, E. Malaysia.
l'oe, Banda group.
Hali, aki, Malay, Aki.
Hawaiian for liver and longs.
Mudika, (np rountry) Malay;
also, L'tan, interior, wilderness.
N nsa, Javan.
Frii, raja, Malay.
Fenua. benua, Malay.
Didi, Celebes, Ichi, E. Mata.
Dau, danon, Malay.
Data, rata, Javan,
Alii, arii, ariki,
Land; plain, llonaa.
l.iilii, iki, iti.
I' ku. utu.
I ta and Kutu. Javan.
Kanaka, kacata. Tamata. Celebes.
Kane. Jane, Hali.
Kia. lia, Tia, tiang, Malay.
VVaiu. Hu-wai, ausuayer, Malay.
Mshina, Ilea no, Celebes.
AVaha, Woah, boah, Ui)sy Malays.
Ouo, r.nna, Malay.
Po, 1'ota, Safurua.
Ihu, I ru, Amboyna.
Pono-i, Poonya, Malny. Baju.
Puaa, puaka, Ituaka, E. Malaysia. Uoii, bahi,
l a, I 'an, E. Malaysia, L jan, Malay
I.'laula, 1'lali, Matnbello.
Ala, I.sl.in, Celebes.
Kuha. Fuba, polia, Buru.
l.a, ancient name Ijir. Ixyar. Matey.
KahL E. Mala. chal. Sundete.
Malu, Malay, (private ia Haw.)
1'liti, Celebes, Kalit, Malay.
Ix.a, lia. lean, thro't. Malaysia.
Enna, Male. si.
liala. sala, javan a,. Matty.
Pohaka. poliata, lhsta. Uli. Malay.
Tapa. (ascetic devotion.)
Mimi, throcghout E. Malaysia.
Wai, Buru, Wayar, Malay.
Bine, Malay, Fcune, A'. Mala.
Bawine, oneb. wewina, E. Mala.
Lhi, ubi, Mala, tf Madagascar.
I .urn, dua, throughout Malaysia.
Tola, Javan, Torn, E. Mala.
Aha, Amboyna, Ha, Seyarua.
Lima, rima, thro't. ilalayia
Onomo, Celebes, A nam. Malay.
Iliiu, pita. itu. Jav. tr E. Mala.
W sla, waru, Javan tr E. Mala.
S'iwa, Buru, Heiva, Amboyna.
A kola, atola,
thiktt, hi to,
A walu. waru,
Koa. Malay, anakkoa, my child.
Maha and Mana, Malay.
Lari, (runaway) Malay.
Might; pow- Mana,
Jump, Lete, lere.
You will see in this vocabulary, that Hawaiians
and certain Malaysians, especially Molaccans, make
use of nearly tbe same identical terms in speaking of
the most important and noticeable objects; of the
earth and its products; cf the heavenly bodies and
the elements; of man and the human body; of things
used by mn ; of religion, government, and morals;
and of animated nature
I believe that nearly every ancient Hawaiian word
is traceable to some one of the tongues now spoken,
or that were spoken in the great Indian Isles. The
Hawaiian tongueis commonly sal to 1 largely de-
J rived fmut the Mly; but tbe Hawaiian luw Utile or
do rrUtiouitbip (u MaUy proper. Tins Malays aru
! rtKlcrns iu .Malaysia. You must look to tbe Kawi,
! the dead tongue of Java; sod to the SunJes, Tinto-
rv atxl Mwluccatis, fur tbe snurrc cr Ilswaitao,
Tahiiian atd Maori lansungrs. I Ulieve that wa
ah all find the root of every genuine Hawaiian ward;
Dot in Dtodern Malar, bat ia sotut ssvietit or ITcon-
j d.te tongue of the great archipelago.
i-et us notice a few examples in support
belief. Ksl, tire sea. is laot In Malay; not snitch
alike; but in the Maluocas.it is Vain; and chat ia
the Sundt- tongue. Again, manu, a MrvJ, Hew do
rescuibl the Malay burung. but the Javau word BMW
Duct, is almost the aoe. Kanaka, man, ia rang in
Malay, but tsmata in the M.Jaocas; and the Malay
rrampuao for woman is bini, fiueh, and wewina in
tint oKiea tongues su much like cur wtthine. But I
riOAl Tit . I (.it tn.tr i ti .( n f . i tK.t tK. m!..
tLip of the Jltwaiiaii witb tbe Malay Is alight
atitl reuHdc; but close and intimate witb the Moluc-
ans and the aucient cop!e of Java. I bop we shall
vhq have an able lUuMratiou tf this sulject front
the pen cf Judge Pomander.
If a native of Java, or of Timer, lUli, or Sunt
bawa. or tf Celebes. Temate, or Waigiou, should
walk the streets of Honolulu In our oootuuie, bw
would not be noticeable as being any other than on
of cur own kanakas. Of oourre you could not say
that of a Japanese cr Indian, or any other of tbe
brows races. I have beard Dr. II ilk brand say, who
vis! tod Java, that Javans would be undistinguishabl
amongst our native people. Now if such an Identity
cf iac exists, as I believe to be the ease, then be re
we hive the stock to revivify and infuse fresh blood
into our scrofulous, decayiug race ; because as all
breeders know, we must restore and improve decay,
ing stocks with a kindred, and not with a too vio
lent cross of breed.
I bate advocated, and do advocate the immigrated
of Japanese; but only in order to meet the Immediate
need of labor on plantations, The J a pane might
assimilate with the Hawaiian; but it is pretty certain
that we will have to bargain to carry back all that
may bring here; and then where ia our hope of in
crease of population ? We must not look tor it in the
Chinese raca. It Is well to have a few. It ia well to
have merchants, mechanics, and Cooks; but let th
Chinese once have a numerical majority in this weak
country, and you will nave turbulence and maasaoiw
as surely aa they have happened in IUtavia, ia Sini
aporc. in Slam, in Australia, in the l'hillipiuea. In
Borneo, and especially in the little principality of the
celebrated H.tjah Brooke
At present, Japan offers a fine opportunity; be
cause there ia a populous and well organised empire
that is favorably disposed to spare us temporarily a
number of people; and don't neglect that opportuni
ty. But if you have any hope in the preservation r.f
thia Kingdom as an indencudent Polynesian State,
then look to Malaysia. There is a great population
of thirty millions; althongb tt is true they are. so
conditioned, that they seem almost inacoessiblo to us.
There is the Sovereignty of the Netherlands in India
that declines to permit any emigration of the people
under its control; and tho petty independent princes
of Malaysia might be difficult to treat with; but for
all that, I say there Is a hope for Hawaii in those
vast and populous islands; nod if it were followed by
proper effort, the civilised world would look with in
terest upon our endeavor to mingle kindred races
together to build up a weak and struggling State;
and to test a most interesting experiment of tropical
What shall we know, or what shall do we without
rr..-. Wk.. it., r.. ...I :n t..... n.m
urged upon the attention of the British Government
the importance and need of establishing a British -
emporium somewhere In tbe Straits of Malacca, and
poioted out the Island of Singapore as tbe roost fit
. : i I.:. it- ..,. i ...! . i..
luet for a time his position in consequence of his im
pertinence as a subject in endeavoring to enlighten
an omniscieut government He waa treated aa an
enthusiast and a visionary. It waa said, what shall
we do with a barren island, with only eleven fisher
men's huts upon it T Where shall we find people to
meet all the needs of commerce and of a naval depot
at such a nolntT But for all this, the rreat Ilatllea
who had a burthen on his soul, like a prophet of old,
was not to bo ailenood. lie agitated, be wrote he
talked, and said entreatingly : If you will only
anchor a ship of war in the Straits and make tbe
British flag a rallying point for the vast native com
merce of Malaysia, you may do something towards
away the richly teeming Java. At last he found a
listener and a sympathizer, who had position and
power, Lord Minto; who said, let lis flies try bis ex
periment. In 1820, about the time of tho arrival of
the American mission in these islands, did Riffles
with a few emigrating Malays innuenoed by his en
thusiasm, lay tbe foundation of bis settlement on tbe
Island of Singapore. In the first three years, lie saw
about 10,000 people gathered to his colony from tho
surrounding islands; and now after a lapse of fiftv
years, about 200,000 souls are settled on tho Wand,
and the great emporium of Singapore will render il
lustrious for ages, like Alexandria baa Alexander,
the name of tho great and good Sir Thomas Stamford -Raffles.
Now shall wo despair where there ia a greater need
of effort. Our necessity is not to establish a port or
emporium, but to save the life of our infant State.
We have declined from some hundreds of thousands
to about fifty thousand. We have not enough people
to sustain the proper diplomacy of a State, unless we
are served gratuitously; and need we be alwaya a
dependent Kingdom Isayno; we have tbe basis for a
rich and noble State. Our towering, flaming moun
tains, and our scat on the great surging ocean should
inspire us to action. We have room for millions.
Our difficulties will disappear with the increase of
laboring hands. If the guests that we may desire
will not come, we must go out into the highways of
tbe world and bring in the poor and auucring that
have no friends. Lvery rude hand that cornea and
stays will be a pillar of the State; and those are the
pillars of which a statesman may be proud. Cur en
deavor, I say, will interest tbe best thinkers cf the
world, in striving to save a declining people. The
Guancbes perished In the Canaries, and the Caries
in Cubi; and so may tbe kanakas in Hawaii; but if
we who "move in tho foremost files of time,"
shall with love, and skill, and power, bring diverted
streams to their ancient channels, we shall behold a
fruitful overflow of souls in these isles; and our
names will be blessed as the saviors of a race, and aa
up-buildcrs of a proud and enduring State.
Ilcport or tlio lliytloluti ol tlio
r ' TT...M... lOli. 1 1 L71 .
To Ute Tnistees of Ut9 Queen' ' JfotpUul:
Gkntlkmf.n : I have the honor to submit the fol
lowing Report of tho Queen's Hospital from the
21st Juno to date.
Tho total number of patients at present in the
Hospital is 93, viz. : 43 males and 31 females, (Ha
waiians,) and 18 males and 1 femalo (foreigners
10 paying.) Tbe total number of admissions lias
been 96 ; of these, 54 were males, and 24 females,
(Hawaiian,) and 17 males and 1 female (foreigners.)
284 new cases have been entered in the books, and
2.487 prescriptions made up. Discharged, 75, viz.:
45 males, 17 females, and 18 foreigners. Tbe great -est
number of patients in tbe Hospital at one time
was 9G, tbe smallest, C8.
During this period there have been C deaths, all
males, 3 natives and 3 foreigners: 2 from disease
of hip joint, 1 from typhoid fever, 1 fraetnrc f
skull, (accident.) 1 from debility, and 1 Iiright's '
disease of tbo kidneys. Tbe operations: 1 ampti
tntion of tho lee, 5 removal of tumors. 1 fistula la
lino, and a number of minor operations.
I A well ventilated and suitable ward baa been
u fitted up in one of the out buildings for the iodlgent
foreigners so long resident in tuo Hospital. Jnia
arranzt ment is much more convenient for them, as
.some of them are unable to go up and downstairs,
beulr giving more room in tne main Dtuiuing.
Owing to the number of applications for ad
rainMon. it has becom-a necessary to purchase more
iron bvdMteads, and most of the wards are now fully
furnixbed with them. It is very gratifyiag to find -that
the natives all over the group are beginning to
realize at lat the benefits of the Queen's Hnopital ;
in connection with which I may remark that a very
large proportion of the patients has been from tbe
other island, all of whom seem tn esteem it a priv
Hetteto gain admission into the institution.
The new pipes give a much better supply of -water,
and the water up stairs is a great source of
comfort to the patients, besides tbe saving of labor.
Tbe most of tbe medicines ordered from London
have been received, and the Surgery is now being
fitted up in a proper and convenient manner. Due
attention bas been given to all tbe other depart
ments of the Hospital, as well as the grounds, which '
I presume will be reported by the Visiting Com
mittee, who have been most regular and diligent in
In conclusion, I would beg to express in tbe bigh
et terms tbo entire satisfaction given by Mr. T.
Toel, in the discharge of his now very onerous
duties, and commend bim to your special notice,
for the untiring zeal, kindness, and humanity dis
played by bim towards all the patients in the Hos
pital, as well as the Interest he takes in the general
prosperity of tb institution, and in every depart
ment intrusted to his care.
The same remarks are equally applicable to tbe
f.-male nurse, Mailebaiwale. whose conduct bas
been worthy of all praise. She has proved berself
to be a most reliable, humane, and valuable assist-.,
ant, and a worthy example to her race,
i Respectfully submitted :
t Kohkkt McKirmx. Jr.. M. Ia.
Suryrou to the (Juan's IJonjitnl