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B Y C. S. BARTOW.
AT AUCTION !
ON SATURDAY. : : OCTOBEPw 11th.
l f aVIxU Noon.
On the Premises, Nuuanu street.
t e rl.nl tl.e I.;
P.lU.- A.j, );..
I-Orr mid 151 JIIILrVC-
V.W rt--.ij,i. a f 1-Ii"- t.f Me.. I.AKI'.-
On the Lot is One
Large Frame House.
C.i.tvn.l. i K".nn a:. ! I: ir
And a New Cottage Containing 3 Rooms
n -w Ej.Ll.m if n-w arid ahttanTi iii b wv'l I t. '.
I ail f.f ten u.it only
W:r i n I
KAKr.V. A i :,.
TV 1 S a 1 o R o c 111
AT ! O'CLOC K A
: : OCTOBER 15th.
M. W I LI. nr. ."l.l.
FIVE ASSORTMENT l)F IIHY lillOIIS
fi.utt, Hxi't-k Lontf Cloth,
I' row a Cottons, lietuais ami tlu" Colt ri
Wtr Proof Cloth, CoboariM,
Th..-t Cl",th, Hannl, Mu.I.ik,
All''-, U iery, Conil.
fhii-J sol li.t'-r. I'-n ,N,
Lot of Clothing.
Lot of Crockery !
?II!KT., f'AVrv, I'N bl'.KMHK T." AM I.KAVVH'..-.
LOT OF OLD SAILS !
KlfiS ItKOWV M GAK.
HAGS Or' KlltlV N si j .
AT 1 1 oCLwCK, Mill1,.
One GENTLE PONY. Saddle and Biidle !
C. KAKTilU. Aii' t'r.
I IHK HKSIKA Ul.i: I KEMISK.s
TSt lately orcupied by the J rem h l.'ol.sul. on Kichird M.,
JmL furnuthe.l or unfnrn.hed. r.-.e,m,,ri (;, n il niuue.1.-
ately. nr partirular aply !
J. II. I'uSKV. or
I.. H. KAKTnW.
EX MAGELLAN CLOUD
AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND.
111 lioiid ! Out
JJKvr UI'AM TV M SvOICTi:i M.l
New Zealand Hope:.,
From 1-2 Inch to 5 l-i Inches
- A l-
CASKS PATENT SAFETY MATCHES,
" CUIMEIN SHIRTS.
4 CALEDONIAN SHIRTS.
BLUE AND WHITE PRIATS,
" BOOTS AND SLIPPERS,
CLOTH INK, iVf . c. iVc. iVc.
(iik si.i: in
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.
THE rVDERMCMll) 15 KU To
notify their friends and Ihe public penerailv.
that they have formal a Co-part oersh.p
and opened a shop on the Esplanade. cdv-
Site Hopper Barrel raetory, for t he uirio:e i f i-tri y in'' i n
Ihe busine of
House Building and Carpentering !
la all its branch-. Order from the other Islands f.r E.-1.-mate
or work, p.-omptly attended to. Ucr Ions; experience as
Mevbanic in thi community will, we tru-t, prove a sufficient
Ituarantee that all work entrusted lr m will be re,-ute.l in a
workmanlike and satisfactory manner.
. '. SAH.I..
.l')!!N L. KINU
H-ii.'luhi, Spt. PO. lti:.. '4 ".in
On Ihe 18lh of November
rieM. l-h.le ut I'ubl.e A ,l.-f :
n, i.ri th- preuo'
TWO STORE DWELLINGS !
beliiriiinif t. the i:-tat-..f L IIAI'AI A .O.N.
!S tll STOKES A K E MOST I IVIIK t Itl.V
The Lea.eT Ihe Prenn-es f..r n-.n 'ii !:- i-re -. ir mt-e.l.
i r I
One Store Dwelling and
Lease of Premises
in I he llonaalii ti ult-L. - niihs foni lido.
This i m tuf Drtrblr Lorn It oh for a More.
JJ- Si!e to roniinen-e at 1 .. M.
AZt l. li. HITCHCOCK, Auctione.-r.
T II K P O II . T A I I !
REDUCTION OF PRICE,
$5.00 PER WEEK.
Will V J C.vriotl o u
FIRST-CLASS RESTAURANT !
Ti IT EVFItV TUCKET.
A PleaEant Retired Room for Ladies !
ICE CREAM AT ALL TIMES !
MR. RY CROFT will rereitet-r
U Kiea. P,H of Fare
WTOO wmmMi. ...... .
BY E. P AD A rI G .
REGULAR ROOM SALE
Dry Goods. Clothincr,
A SmaJ! Lot of Choice Pines!
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ORCCON OUCAR CURED HAMS
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The -.I, .-.. ,
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TO BF, SOLD AT AUCTION !
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Earn and Stables !
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not -oi l. th-re w.ll then ui, I ther-I . :! i - l i.:
'lr.t port .on i.f .-..-ii. I procriy lyioij l.-tiVit:! lh- Iron t .-i
th" N. V. hLiI- of t .- hitisioti li .ii-;-. :ind th- .t ,i-
lfi southerly '.!' of the r.v. r, r,.rit:iiinni,' m-r Three ,
ui ; With :il tii- i:uihlit:M ih- reon, an I ri-hf of way
Ni tuariu Avemif.
rr- tn.eH may . , nun.. .1 a; at.y l:n,.-.
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To Sail Positively on Wudiitisday,
the I -"Mil lll-l!lll.
ll Altlli:-', M i ter.
Will Snil ii tin- .1 l.iill' D'lV wiIIkmiI
lor Krei ht r.ii'y. applv !
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Tin: uni: i-.ki ri.-u 1:1: it j
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i o f r r f . v e . c : : s : ( .
the mm: i:k:;
Will have Quick Dispatch for the :o cyovl
t or p i-
-e apply to
!:?:. iji.m: i.MCsrr
FOR KAUNAICAKAI and PUKOO!
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:-iIiooioi.rii:i nit :i
E. C. furNTAIX, M i t- ..
t cni.irlv t th- al ov- I'orts. For Frei.-ht "r 1' '
Wi 'I l'.un
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f 1'1'. I. I.-. A.--:
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f.J Mora,-- and hi( inent
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s i ri us Iv f-ij ! f r
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C i-h Adv.
I.fih'ar Is;;tKr. lor and Han.
l a - N.v :i :" r. 1 :if-r
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I'avlv on th-' :iNive r::e. bavins e-.
V;l! ran r-
. .-.c:-t r.r
tu'dt.ons tor l' it"i
its :i" 1 to ht.
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dispatch line ron can fp. ancisco.
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V.i!lK;i. r.--ii;.;i! 'jof.ieenThN Port tji! L:i!i.iin;i.
H')ii,-.ia!Ti ;N.snr:!.n u I I.;:!i.iIuj M?ry Weilnp-ilj-.
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SMALL LOT O!
n- i i 3. i na o z i c 1 c .
JUST RECEIVED EX li. C. WYLIE !
An f f rr "!-: in 1,1 ir'i; . -1 , I.-
rilK I'KOVIMOVS OK
' N.-IITlTloN. i-rar.t.i t-y H-s
t .' wmie f f K:nj tf Ire
: iy .. f Aura.:, A. 1. 1564.
: i t 1 (.'-r.it:ta:i-.n r-r-
r- 'I "f tire- nictt, the
: '. ar-h iar M'cbjl-er. 1ST?
i: u rSLrv.
-y ' : t . I -.:.U: A'J'Ci! -ly.
n r-r;:-l en the .Mth day
.i w;-i Article s iof
- r. .".
:ri- I'.-.w.-r lI ti. KiiigJotn in it
t.'i- K-jtive. Lej.sIatiTe. and Judi
. Ju i! !-; artui'tt s".!l ever a
' !.-.: recutiv-.
.- t r:.:uii'.a f Aufru-t, A. D. 164.
A r:.i i'- i of Constitution.
O u:. -i l arn'ry by striking
Ai;-r:.! y ti-ini f lb Klni-di.m."'
!T. i-w.-f.D AMENDMENT
!.: :, tf.- C r.-t.-.a'.n n rranted to the -"ruth
A .. . :. A. I'. in a -' r !.ir,-- With the !WJu
; I- (J i r.-t.iatr.ii.
'. ; :a.;-TJil'.l t j r-xl a f iI W
. . -. t:.-ful-r tf the Kind's Cabinet stall
' i1.- - it i f t..,v.-mi:ier.t, and shall be account-
i : :' h - uii-s ar,i cl-rki. Th Ministry
. .:;.- : .r. li - Hi-u." of Nobles, ana they bave
i h- -irl i i t;,- li--.u" of ipreeDUtiTM on all
;'r v i..:- ir. J s;-r,d::ure : anJ they khall when
.v-r 1 I; i.f i'.cpr-entative anj ff.Te uch
i :. i . iy .or,i.tei.i with the Kioi;4 honor, atitl
. J.:-,;- ! rv,. -.
: l -
i ' i :) H K I A M E X b M EX T
ifi.:..- 4i. 4. :;. r., . j.: zo, ci, 4J. 44.
J. .".1. 01. h"). C. '. nn l 78 of the Conitita-
. :.. J Am.".,-: A. U. 1-04, in afvor lance w.th
i- -J i f t:i CoTiit.tUtlOI!.
! At :.! J r th'- CurKtaatiou t inifUiW by ftrlk
. ; .ii.-r :!. wor.14 is vt-W in th KinR," ami sub-
-r : : '.' e f ,:,i,i;k w irJi : "The Home of Xobles,
iL-T r' nt;ii:v.t ittin BetaratIy, each of
r :: th- ther." - that the Article shall
'! ! I.. -. ! itivf Power of the three Ktate o
. s K:!.-.l i i- in th- Kit:.-, the House of Nobles, an
11 a f l;- i r--:::aiiv. - f .tUiig separately, each of
'i"iii h:ti :i ii-crt:ve on th" other."
TV v. A-r;.? 4. It. 1",, 'JO. Us. CO, CI. C3, 44, 47,65.
. 1 7-i I r. k ! tr.kitiic ui the wonU "Legislative
Jt.h.y. ' :i-r-vr it (-v.-urs therein, ana substituting there-
: :( - w-.r 1-i l he L' Lit are.
1 '. it Art:-: 7 i ! th- Constitution be aaietijeil by strik-
-lit ail r the v.or N ' Law shall be,'' and substituting
r.-: r the r.M " I ii ei,.ii-i.-.l by the Kin?, the iNobles,
. I ;. re-.-t.tr.tiv. -. f th Hawaiian Islands in Legisla-
. - .,. . i ;,. . ,;.-j."v, t .i t the Artj-!e as amended will
i.l -i -1 .
An;, i i.k TO.- Tl.- er, i. ,;o- ,.
A-. ; .,...! Li', ; h !. - I:
.'I.4, -i the II. re s::,t:i!.v
I. : !i:.V- CoU'.e.l ..--Pm! e,.'
;; ui milking and passing all
it iTi:(.-tet by the King, the
-4 f the llnwaii.m Islands in
1. 1 .' it. Ar:.' !" i' of the C ti-titutiun be amended by ttrik-
n-X words L' ai-;:itiV- Aa-ittubly. ' and flubstitutiog
t .ei. ; r id wo, . : '-wii II .n .-, a:i I also by striking out the
i ; A- !:.!.!..-." rex ,-r it 111 iv i-eiir, and substituting
:.!!! f the v. or 1 " ii ,i:- e.
'llrii A r: i f tl.e Con-titutici) be amended by strik
. it t!i" !! . " l.t-ei.-l.it;ve Assembly," and substituting
thi ii i .r th- w. r 1 ' l i I iture." a,,,i i,y inserting between
h- v. r ls . !. i j and ' hula' ihe word "joint," so It
: ill r, -1,1 a : foli'ilT-, :
j Ami' i k l'J Jie Crown is I,. r- by permanently continued
I l,i His M.'..; K.ini' hamehi ., and to the Heirs of His
I l: -ly l.iMtji'y I,.-,-.:;, ri, air I tn their lawful de(oendant9 in a
o r. !.n ; : uhii.; u how. th- Crown shall descend to Her Royal
Hi 1" i-s- th- I'rint-es Victoria Kamamala Kaahumanu, and
j ;h lii.r (f Her b'-!y. I iwlully begotten, and their lawful
j .1. i: l.i':!s i i a direct lin-. The succession tttiall be to the
' in. r in:.!- i h.l !, an. I t t.he H-irs of His body; failing a male
hi: I. lh- --i"ii !::iil I the senior female child, and to
to- II- ir- of Her ho ly, lit ease their is no Heir as above
I-i.l -.1, th- n tl," nierwr shall be the person whom the
. - ,v.-r.',-:i -h !! a I'-iiit With the cons-tit of the Nobles,
it 1 p.i!..i-iy I- a-- siirli duriUfr the Kind's life;
t ' il -ie - no sitcli appointmeut and proclamation,
::,.! ! ; "In.;.- shotil I become vacant, then the Cabinet
Coou .!, immediately after the occurring of such vacancy,
-'. i l r.-. i. - a meeting ol the Legislature, who shall elect by
..ii.t ba:!o:, .- .in- native Al.i of the Kingdom, as successor to
h- Thron- -. :u:,l the succt---or so elected shall become a new
.'ir;.- I r a lloyal J'nuiily; and the succession from the Viver-
;:i ti..:s i l et.-1. !.f)i!i be regulated by the same law as Ihe
(,.' i;. yal I amily of Hawaii.
i . That Article ;',L, hi, f.::, f.4, and fia be amended by strik
hi ' out the woi.ls legislative Assembly," wherever they
i.iav I ' -nr. :n; I ul rlitutin- the words" each Jlouse."
lllOI'U.-Kb A MEN DM EXT
i' . AKTK.'i.i: I i of the Constitution granted on the 20th day
of Awi.-ii.-t. A. 1). lSi'.t, in aci-nnlance with Article 8(1 of
That Article 4 . In: and th- same in hereby amended, by
:n!.iii ' out lh- words Legislative Assembly," in the first
lause or rai l Art.cle, tmd substituting therefor the word
l.c-islat-jre." And al-n by striking out the words "to the
Ixi-lative A- emi;!-,-, who shall enter the fact of such return
on its .journal." and inserting after the words "He 9hall re
turn it," th- words "with His obji-ctions In writing to that
lloii-e in winch it shall have originated, which shall enter the
oljvrtiorw at larire on its jonrual," so that the Article as
aiii-iiil.'d will read as lollows :
- Amu I r. 4 1. Th- Km? shall signify His approval of any
I!.I1 or Ke-olutii.n, which shall have passed the Legislature, by
oenint; th- sam- previous to the linal rising oftha Legislature.
II it ir h- shall ohji-cl to the passing of such Bill or Resolution,
II- will r-torn it, with his objections in writing, to that House
in which .t xhall have originated, which shall enter the objec
tions at l.ir-e on it ; journal, and such ltill or Resolution shall
not be l.rotu'ht 1. r.var.l thereafter during the same session."
I lKU'OSED AMENDMENT
j To AKTICI.i: f.j of the Constitution trraiited on the -JUth day
I of Au.'ust. A. I). Isoi, in accordance with Article Su of
j taid Con-titution.
I Tnat, Article 0J be, au.l the same is hereby amended by
I ti .kinvr out the words :
j - And shall be p..;::c.s.sf. ,d r,.;i property in this Kingdom
! th- vabie. over and above ail inciunbrances, ol one hundred
and t'.fty dollars, or of a leasehold property on whichjthe rent is
I twenty-live, dollars per year, or ol nr. income ol not less than
j . veiity-tiv- tloll.irs per year, d rived from any property, or
-' in- lawful employment."
.- that the Article as amended will read as lollows :
Ai rn i K 0. Every male subject of the Kingdom, who shall
have attained th- a-- of twenty years, and shall have been
doaiiciled in the Kin-doin for on- year immediately preceeding
th- . l. i-tion. and w ho shall know how to read and write, if born
-iuee th- year libh ai.d shall have caused his name to be en-
( t. red on th- li t of voters for his district as mav be provided
by I. ivt, shall ha entitle I tonne vote for the Representative or
K.-pr. -entatives of that district. I'roiideit, however, that no
insane or idiotic person, or any person who shall have been
convict'-d of any infamous crime within this Kingdom, unless
h- shall have been pardoned by the King, and by the terms
,f such pardon lane been restored to all the rights of a sub
ject, shili I allowed to vote."
I'K I'USED AMENDMENT
J . Al'l'lClX t'. j of the Constitution granted on the 20th day
i f Aueusl, A. I. Hoi, in accordance with Article Sd of
That. Article t'.:; be am1 the same is hereby amended by
etrikins out the word? "and ol tho electors -," and also by
trikiierout the word increa .ed." and sulistituting therefor
th'- w-i.r.l ' chaiv.'f .1." that the Article as amended will read
as follow :
-Ami i k o '. Th property Ualilicatioii of the Rppre-
'i.it ves f the people may b- changed by law."
AUTlCl.T. f.." of the Constitution granted AuRU-tt 20th,
A. 1'. lol. in accordance with the terms of Article SO cf
raid Con-tituti u.
That Article ti,-, ,,r th- Con-titution or August 2), 8C4, be
amended to read as follows :
Akt: li: C". The Suir-nie Court shall consist of a Chief
.lu-tice, and r.ot l-'ss tliati two Associate Justices, any of whom
i.i iv hold the Court.
i n - .lit-tic of th- ttprem-Court shall hold their offices
dorirc F d 1" h uior, subject to removal upon impeachment;
and -hall at stated titii' s receive tor their services a compen--v.io.-i
wli.ch sliall not I.- diminished during their continuance.
Pi evi-h-.1. b.owi v-r. tt-.at any Judg- of the Supreme Court, or
a- v oth'-r foci ol K. cord, may be removed from office for
ue-iit-vl or ph -1 , I inabihfy, l y a concurrent resolution or
two-thirl'', of b .lh li:i!:che- i-r the Legislature, and the ap-
j . V.ll ef la ' Kll:.-.
'ill- .Iti l--:-. ai ;-' v. 1. .ni ! 'a- le gislature may be about to
I v. .1. sh ail rc eiv- notice thereof, accompanied by a copy of
i !, i-.i-.i-''- a'de-ed for los removal, at least ten days before the
.1 iv i n wt.i -:i t:i- i.' ei-:a:ure siian act thereon, lie shall be
I ,rl 1
I ' i : 0 1 .- I O A M EM M E X T
II . f the Constitution pranted on the 20th day
A. lh li'd. in accordance with Article SO of
T . A I
t ic li:
. ; Ancu-:
n of t:i- c.-v :
Inst . I lows :
n l" August 20th, 1S64, be
:. '.... 1 t r
71. The Kins by ai.d with the advice and con-
I'r.vy Co'ii.i i!, api inis the Justices of the Su-
pi ' Hie
r .l,i I. -es of i.
:rts i f Record -, their
1 i:l'ie-n AMENDMENT
'. .of t!;- Constitution granted on the 20th day
. A. I1. 1 -'. in :n-rmt.inc- with Article SO of
7". rf th- Coni-.duti- n ! Aurust 20th. lso4, lie
i.l as foilow,:
Ail Tii'.s i r Ke-oU' s f-r raising the revenue,
i -n.t-.l t re
Ah: ' i -f 7."..
.a::.i:? r r
;.-::: a:- in t ,
, . 1 tie' r
tc.re ot the public moncv. shall
i-e .1" il
esnuatives. after due considera-
- r.:-,'l expenditure for the two preceeding
:a'r s i f the revenue and expenditure of the
a i sr.ail ne sut.rnitted to them by the
lh- ii-u-e of Nobles may propose or
,-t- r i
-:i other b.lls.
IT. i MV.-ED AMENDMENT
;i il..' i". s i . : th Constitution crauted on the 20th day
. A-.: -u-t. A. I1. 101. in accordance with Article Ml of
siiJ C ::.-:. lu-;o:i.
I'1 Artici - V ! a:i I t!:- .'am- is hereby amended by
.k.:--- i'- i't- w r U " Lciris'at v- Assembly,'' after the
r r.-.tiy t -i r. -c 1 i;." and inserting the words "in
!.. r Hon-- : th- l.-uishitare:1' a's.j after the words 'iaa-::--.
th-r.:e;:.l-. rs." s'.rikinc out the word thereof," and
o r::: - th. w-t.'.s of each He use;' also, by striking out
. r th- w.-.ds a'.i the m- u:l ers of the words " the Legisla-
A- :..! :." a:. 1 sub.-Utulir.,; therefor "each House;" also,
sir on: :.::. r Lie words. " two-thirds f alt the mem-
I . rs of
v. r !--. " th- Legislative Assembly,' and substi
r ih- wori'.s "each House,1' so that the Article
a::-.. 5 las, iy. s :
.. A t-y Mii'T.iki-n. or arne-.Iments to this
. ' - propose.! i-.i tith-r House of the Lefrisla
th? s.uae shad be acrwd t by a majority of the
. i. h !b -uch proposed amendment or ainend
I r- 1 n its j .uraal. with the yeas and nays
:.:. l r- f- rr-d v the next Legislature; which
:. i:n-': t . r a::i'. -a dments shall be published for
pr- v ' :- t th n"t cl-ction for Representatives;
i vi l. '"i-la:ure sach proposed amemlment or
-:.a'l r- :id
:r- an 1
three i it' h -ar.d
il in tiic
a: .icn. In. em
bers i t" . i. !
;: h.l-l.t i
t: 0 i r ih:
,-. 1 I .- a.-r. ed t by two-thirds of all the mem-Ihi:-'.
ai.d I - approved by the King, such
ir.i' r :-.: :.' - - h i:' b cme part of the Constitu-
ici.-i.xTn i: A.?EMiu.Y, )
-.ot : i
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EuOOK at THIS.
JUDD & L A I PJ E
Just Received Ex Schr. Dauntless,
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IVom 3tolloiniio !
A SMALL, IXVOICKOF TH UELK IOIS
and JaMly Celebrated
Warranted to Keep in any Climate,
I Or anu Plarc. ( Flicmtin'j a Humjru Fanulul
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COX5I5TING IN PART OK
Sheep Tongues, Ox Tongues,
Iloast Beef, and Mutton,
Spiced Beef Irish Stew,
Harriot Mutton, Soup fc Bouilli,
(Jx Cheek ic Vegetables, Maccaroni,
Julienne, Ox Tail, Boiled Beef,
Kidney Mock Turtle Soups.
WE WILL SELL THE ABOVE
At a Small Advance on Cost!
Expect to Keep up Our Supply in Future.
r4 2t JUDD Jt LA INK.
IN I Oil LB. KEGS.
UK SALE BV
II. UACKFELD & CO.
AND FOR SALE AT THE
OLDEST TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE !
3 Established in 1858.-
A LA KG E AND FINE
IS AVA IV A
Turkish, Porto Rico
Smokino: Tobacco !
AND A LOT OK
VERY FINE BRIAR WOOD PIPES!
Constantly on Hand, the VERY BEST)
SHEWING & SMOKING TOBACCO!
Cigar Holders, &c,
H. I. NOLTE.
o4 "m Corner Hurra and Nuuanu Sin.
FULL AM) ELEGANT ASSORTMENT
Elegant Star Shirts, Linen Collars from
a 13 to 13 inches ; Bo
i ; Boy's Extra Fine
c Colored Shirts,
Linen Collars from 11 to 13 inches
White Shirts, Boy's Open Back Colored Shirts,
Men's and Boy's Shakespeare Paper
Collars, Men's and Boy's
Undershirts and .
Jean Drawers, from 30 to 4(3 inches ; Canton Flannel. Drawers
from 00 to 40 inches; Saxony White and St arlet Lamb's Wool
"Underhirt, Silk Undershirts and Drawers,
will be found Grey and Scarlet Lamb's Wool from 9 to 12 inches
White and Brown Cotton Bocks, White and Grey Merino Socks,
Liale Thread Socks, the best article of Boy's. Brown Cotton
Socks in town.
Davies & Jones' While Shirts
WITH AND WITHOUT COLLARS.
Hi OF BOOTS HI SHOES
Each Pair of u-hich are warranted.
GENT'S BOOTS AND SHOES
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
ALSO, THE FINEST LOT OF POHADES
ever offered here, from the celebrated manufacturer, PENARD,
of Paris. XT These last goods are worth iape"tion, they
will recommend themselves.
Poai'B, Hair Oils, '
Lime Juice and Glycerine for the hair,
Nail Brushes, Troth Brushes,
Clothes "brushes, Shoe Brushes,
'Day & Martin's Blacking,
gosms m mm extracts,
Cosmetiques, Tc oth Paes and Powders.
Also, ex IVlTigellaii Cloud
.'A FEW MEN:
Very Fine Wh ite Elastic Side Gaiters !
Best Asst. of Pocket Cutlery
in towr i. RAZORS AND STROPS.
XT The attenti on of the Public is directed to my
FINE Sl'OCK OF JEWELRY!
W hich is of the finest grade, my
WATCHES ARE EACH WARRANTED !
them- goods are ajl new and fresh and
Will be Sold at Prices to Suit the Times.
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Hoxoli lv Miti Time.
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Carr. PtMlt Smith
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11.
NOTES OF TUT WEEK.
Foeeigx Jcey. The Marshal requests us to saj
that the attendance of foreign jurymen will be re
quired cn Monday morning at 10 o'clock.
Hals ox Hawaii. Captain Do&ne,of the Prince,
informs us that Kau and Kona, Hawaii, hate tn
haying copious rains of late.
A Large Mail will be due by tho J). t Murray,
our last from San Francisco being up to August 2t
forty-eight days ago.
The D. C. Mcreay sailed hence on the 27th cf
August, and ia therefore now fully due. The loss of
the mail steamer would operate to give the .furraj-
quick dipatch in San Francisco.
Saiied on a Cruise. The U. S. surveying 6hip
Portsmouth, Capt Skerrett, sailed on Thursday last
for a cruise to the south and west, to be absent two
or three months. She will probably call at IIUo on
her return from the cruise.
Didn't "Thcmp." Capt. Revely of j)he Robert
Cowan, informs us that his vessel did not ' thump "
two or three times on a reef on her passage to Sydney,
as stated in the Gazette. She slightly grazed the
bottom, and on examination in the dock at Sydney,
her copper was found to be merely scratched.
Still Dbt. Another week has gone by without
any rain in Honolulu, and none of any amount in the
valley. We have had signs innumerable and predic
tions based on the state of the moon but they have
proved to be the merest moonshine. All signs fail in
a dry time
Palolo. If the new reservoir is built as suggested,
it is proposed to line it with the native clay known as
palolo. It is very adhesive in its natural state, much
like putty, and would make a reservoir quite safe
from leakage. A specimen may be seen at this office.
Music this Afteksoon. The Band will play at
Emma Square, commencing at & o'clock. Following
is the programme, to conclude with a march around
i the square :
Parade March Ziegler
Overture, Opera The Trumpeter of the l'rince ..Bazin
Her Bright Smile Haunts Me Still ..Evans
Lancers Quadrille....... Faust
Finale, Opera Belisario. .Donizetti
Imperial City Polka Strauss
A New Schooner. Messrs. Tibbets &.Sorenson,
at their shipyard at the foot of Queen street, have
about completed a very pretty little vessel, which
will be launched in a day or two. She measures
about twenty-two tons, is to be schooner rigged, and
from her lines we should judge will be a fast Bailer
as well as a large carrier. She is built for Messrs.
Lima & Morris, and is intended for the Oahu coast
Public Stables. A very great accommodation
and convenience to the traveling public and those
making their home at the Hawaiian Hotel will be
found in the stables recently opened under the charge
of Mr. James Dodd. Not only good saddle horses
for either ladies or gentlemen can be obtained there,
but riding parties ean be fitted out with teams in
any style. This is one of the necessary adjuncts to
a good hotel, and Mr. Dodd will be found just the
man to give satisfaction.
SrPfcEMR Court. The term commenced on Mon
day, the 6th inst., Judges Hart well and Widemann
on the Bench, the Attorney General appearing for
the Crown. The native portion of the calendar was
first taken up, Judge Widemann presiding. The
following cases were disposed of before the native jury:
Kex vs. Akom Ana, attempt at rape. Verdict of
not guilty. W. C. Jones for defendant.
Rex vs. Poe, Kaiwikuamoo and Kahololio, larceny
of animals. Verdict of not guilty. W. C. Jones for
Rex vs. Kalua, sexual intercourse with a female
under 14 years. Verdict of guilty. W. C. Jones,
associated with Attorney General. Mr. Keawehuna-
hala for defendant.
Rex vs. J. H. Barenaba, selling liquor without
license. Verdict of not euiltv. W. C. Jones for
In the matter of the estate of His late Majesty
Kamehameha V. Trial issue of fact, Kahoukua (k)
claimant as sole heir to said estate. The jury re
turned a verdict to the effect that they find that
Her Ex. R. Keelikolani was an own child of His late
Highness M. Kekuanaoa." R. H. Stanley and C. C.
Harris, attorneys for the estate and R. keelikolani.
W. C. Jones for complainant.
Governmental Carelessness. The old stone
building on Queen street, near the corner of Nuuanu,
is the property of the government, having come into
its possession some twenty-five years ago by the fore
closure of a mortgage held against the historical firm
of Ladd & Co. The building ia about forty years
old, and has apparently had no repairs put on it
since it was built. It is classed amongst government
warehouses, and being near the wharves is quite
often used for the storage of merchandise, for which
the government charges a fixed rate, amounting to a
considerable sum per annum. Yesterday, our atten
tion was called to the condition of the building by
Mr. J. L. Lewis, master cooper, who had a number
of men employed to cooper some casks stored on the
ground floor. On a cursory examination we were as
tonished that government should allow the building
to remain in such a positively dangerous condition as
it now presents, much less that they should have the
temerity to allow it to be used for storage. Mr.
Lewis had ordered the casks to be rolled outside, as
he would not risk the lives of his men to work in the
building. Rotten beams, cracked and crumbling
walls, and dilapidation from roof to floor, are the
features of this " government storehouse."
Assaults asi Batteries. For a rarity, there
were three cases in the Police Court on one day this
week. First, an Italian sailor named Frank, belong
ing to the British bark Benvoirlich, was proved to
have thrown a knife across the deck at a boy, who
had been "skylarking" and annoying him. The
knife did not hit the lad, but he testified that he was
in bodily fear of the man Frank, and the captain
stated that he did not want the man to go in the
ship. He was fined $25 and ordered to be imprison
ed at hard labor for ona month. The other two
cases were against the colored cook of the American
ship Coringa, named Chas. Dixon. He was proved
to have assaulted and beaten one of the crew, a mere
lad named Halstead, on account of a wordy dispute.
A warrant had been issued for Dixon's arrest for
this assault, and placed in the hands of Policeman
Fehlber. In attempting to serve the warrant Febl
ber was assaulted by Dixon, and was obliged to call
for assistance, whereby the prisoner was carried
bodily to the Station House. In the skrimmage
Fehlber lost a handful of his ample whiskers in the
grasp of Dixon, which were afterwards picked up
and produced in Court. At the Station House,
Dixon was extremely violent in language and ac
tions, and wanted to fight the police. Orders were
given to put him in irons, which he resisted, success
fully for a time, until one native alone subdued his
violence very effectually by putting in practice an
ancient wrestling trick, known as the lua. Before
the Court, Dixon was talkative and saucy, but he
was only fined S 15 for assaulting the constable, and
A New Plow.
Ara.t:s tie obstacles to be m t and overcome by
the agriculturist in tbrse island. i. not irtfrr-qupntly
the varying nature of the soil. which in feme locali
ties i- exctHslingly ti'T and tenacious while in
other? it i light aa-l friaMe. o that .'te style tf
plow will not answer everywhere. We have peen
and examined this week the model of u newly in
vented plow. cia.Ie by Mr. Nicholas Murphy, an in
genious mechanic n;ployevl on the Kolea Planta
tion. Kauai, which it is claimed with apparent good
reason, will supply the want I a plow lor n-e in
all oilt. It is constructed entirely ot iron and
steel, wita the exception ot ihe tips of ihe handles,
which are of wood. The draft U mainly oil the
centre of the betua. which i- curved, and ean be -o
reculated a la tlow a wide, a deep, or a shallow
furrow, and leaves u liability to hpriitg or break.
The point is ot steel, and is put on and off at pleas
ure. The shape and adjustment ot ihe coulter is
an improvement. The mold boards are adjustable
to the frame, and cau be made uf all si.-.-s wide
or narrow. One particular advantage claimed is
that this plow will invariably turn u clear furrow,
leaving nothing behind. The wntr r of this is not
a farmer, and therelore may fail in setting forth
clearly the advantages of this new plow, as repre
sented, but planters are recommended tn examine
the model, which may be seen at the saddler's shop
of Mr. I. Dalton. King street.
We believe that every one will agree with us that
it should be the policy of this Government to en
courage all who may by their ingenuity and t-k ill
produce an improvement in arts, manufactures or
agriculture, calculated to be of practical ue or
benefit in the islands. The general public will
therefore be surprised to learn that by a law passed
in 1863, a payment of one hundred dollars is re
quired for the use of the Royal Kxcbequer," be
fore any inventor can secure the exclusive use and
benefit ot his invention, for ten years only. And
such Inventor may. by the payment of thirty dol
lars, file a cu ti! of his invention with the Minister
of the Interior, which serves as a " protection " lor
one year, at the end of which lime lie is at liberty
to perfect his patent by paying the one hundred
Now will any one explain to us what possible
good to the country at large or the interests of
business, trade or agriculture is subserved by all
this red tape about patents, or w hat harm could re
sult if it were summarily repealed and the old law
re-enacled. which is simple and cheap"?
Collector General's Office,
Honolulu, October 7th, ji
Je..1.s. Bkirk- it lliW;
Dear Sirs. I would request you to publish iu
your paper, tne I'acific commercial advertiser,
the enclosed letters which explain themselves.
Yours truly, W. F. Allen,
Collector General of Customs.
Collector General's Office, )
Honolulu, October 10th. 18C8. $
Sir : In June, 18CG, instructions were sent from
this office to Consuls Rhodes, at Victoria, U. C, and
McCracken, at Portland, Oregon, to see that a charge
of 2$ percent, commissions was added to all invoices
not having a charge for comissions, that were certified
to at their offices ; and it was then supposed that like in
structions were to be issued to all our foreign Consuls.
One of our merchants receiving invoices from Vic
toria with the 24 per cent, commissions added paid
the duty on these commissions under protest, saying
that it was not the custom at any other ports where
we had Consuls.
I would therefore ask your Excellency to approve
of a Custom House Regulation to take effect from and
after January 1st, 18C9, authori7ing the Collector
fienprs.1 tn add fn fill entries nrepeuted nt this oflicejl
on which no charge for commissions appears, 2A pur
cent for commissions. I think the regulation should
fix 2 per cent as therate expected to appear on all
invoices as a charge for commissions, unless it can
be shown that a less rate of commissions is established
by the Chamber of Commerce at the port where the
invoice was made.
All our regular merchants who do their business
through mercantile houses in Boston, New York,
San Francisco and elsewhere, have this charge for
commissions attached to their invoices and pny duties
on the amount, while the importers of clothing and
irregular traders, some of whom are large importers,
never have a charge for commissions on their in
voices, thereby paying less duties many times on the
same goods than the other dealers.
Referring this matter to the consideration of Your
Excellency, I have the honor to be, sir,
Your Excellency's most ob't serv't,
(Signed), W. F. Allen.
To His Ex. C. C. Harris,
If. II. M. Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, October 20ib, 18C8.
Sir : Your letter of October 10th instant, stating
that " In June, 18C5, instructions were sent from
this office to Consuls Rhodes at Victoria, B. C, and
McCracken at Portland, Oregon, to see that a charge
of 2 commission was added to all invoices not hav
ing a charge for commission that were certified to at
their offices, and it was then supposed that like in
structions were to be issued to all our foreign Con
suls," was received in due time.
You Btate " that one of our merchants receiving
invoices from Victoria, with the 2t commission added,
paid the duty on their commissions under protest,
saying that it was not the custom at any other port,
where we had Consuls." You ask that this depart
ment approve "of a Custom House Regulation to
take effect from and after the 1st of January, 18C9,
authorizing the Collector General of Customs to add
to all entries presented at this office on which no
charge for commission appears, 2. per cent, for com
mission. I think the regulation Bhould fix 2 per
cent, as the rate expected to appear on all invoices
as a charge for commissions, unless it can be shown
that a less rate of commission is established by the
Chamber of Commerce at the port where the invoice
Upon careful consideration, I do not see why the
commission, which you allude to, should not be
charged upon all invoices immediately, and without
waiting till the 1st of January, 1809. It is the
custom so to do in all parts of the world. The duties
in this country are levied on the value of the in
voice, at the place from whence it is imported. It is
not to be presumed that any man works for nothing,
and if he does his labor still forms an important
item in the value of the goods which he purchases.
For instance it cannot be supposed, for a moment,
that if a man should proceed from here to New York
for the purpose of purchasing goods, and occupies
his time in so doing, that his expenses and the value
of his time, whilst engaged in that business, did not
form an important part of the cost of those goods.
Now, this time and expense is repaid by the charge
of commission ; I am therefore of the opinion that you
should add the customary commission continually,
and as a matter of course without any special notice.
But as I have always great reliance on your pru
dence and confidence in the manner of conducting
the business of your office, this department will ap
prove any regulation you see fit to make in accord
ance with the above ideas. I am inclined, however,
to think that it will be better to follow the idea
which I have indicated and add the item without
exception, least a publication of any regulation should
induce those who have added the item heretofore, to
think they have wronged themselves by such charges,
or raise doubts in the minds of people, wether we
were not making a new impost rather than enforcing
a clear and positive right.
Your obedient servant,
(Signed), Chas. C. Harris.
To William F. Allen, Esq.,
Collector General of Customs.
The Duke of Edinburgh will start for St. Peters
burg in December, to take a good square look at
the Grand Duchess Maria, who is to become Mr.
Loss of the P. M. S. S. " Costa Rica."
n Tuesday evening last, by the arrival of the
bark Clara Lovitt, CapL Forbea, 17 dayn from th
Columbia KiTcr, our community, which had been
since Friday in expectation of the arrival of the
mail steamer Cosi Rica, received the newt of ber
total loss on the night of Sept. 17th, whil entering
Sn Francisco harbor, but fortunately without Ions of
life. ne cvpy only of a Portland newspaper f tbe
l'.'th was receive! Ly th bark, in which appear the
following telegrams-, containing all that is at present
known here as to the unfortunate affair :
S Francis, Sept. 18. New reached here
at midnight that tlie I'acific Mail Conijiny'n
steamer ta Rtca ran on the. rocks at Point
Diabolo, about three tniloa from Fort Point, out
fide, aud was wrecked. A denno fog prevailed at
the time. She wai running slowly, but under a
full head of team, when, without any warning,
she struck with tremendous force, wrenching the
timber from stem to stern, and "Living a great
bole in the Ihjwh, through which tbe water niahed
in torrent. An iimpection ehowed that tbe
water was pouring into tlw bold. After a time
the vessel's bead nwung round toward the mouth
of the (iate, and in this r-oflition alie remained,
lloat- were lowered with all possible dinpatch,
and the passengers pasHedover the tide into them.
The firemen, Kokcrs and others in the engine
room also got into a Inxit with the third ofheer.
Mr. Fitzcrald, and this boat brought tbe news of
the disaster to tho city. Cart. Lapidge, with the
first officer (Squire) and the second officer re
mained on board, with most of the crew. A
jiasn-mger boat, in which wtu tho third officer, 'SI
of the crew and one enger, was rowed iwtom
tin chaunel. As it drew near the fhore a light
was observed. This proved to le tbe light on
Fort Point. This cave Mr. Fitrerald hi txmition.
and pulling cautiously along the shore be reached
Meiggs' wharf about midnight and reported tbe
Immediately 011 receipt of the intelligence,
Capt. Waddell, Superintendent of the Company,
chartered the lleneue to proceed to the steamer.
The Rescue wan taken around froin Washington
street wharf to the company's docks, took on such
appliances an were needed, and at 1 o'clock skirted
with tlie tugs (ioliah and Neptune for the ceno
of the disaster. One just returned reports all the
paw-enger saved, and says the uteamer has -hifted
her position, but li on a rock, tilted over. There
is a dense fog thin morning, but no fca. It is the
opinion of some that the vessel may be got off;
others think it impossible. Quartermaster liar
rif. who was brought to the city, sustained very
serious injuries. At low tido there was 7 feet of
water in tho bold. All tlw mails and trenmire
were safely landed.
Later. Tho latest intelligence from the
steamer Costa Rica this evening indicates that the
steamer will become a total wreck and that but
little or none of ber cargo ava be saved.
Latest. A boat returned from the wreck of the
Costa Rica to-night reports 18 feet of water in the
hold. The ship draws 20 feet and there is mall
chauce to save her or any more of the cargo. The
steamer Senator also returned with some of the cargo.
Point Diabolo, where the steamer struck, ii on the
north side of the Bay, a short distance to the went of
The following is the list of cabin pnHfeni-;en
booked nt this port:
thirlca Nordhorr, wife 4 children and aervanl, II. A. P.
Carter and son, W. J. Meyer, T. M. Ie. Mrs. M. J. Udder,
MianJ. I.ewera, M. Hiinpvon, wife and a children, T. Hnnlli.
ml -Wife. V. II. Healer. J. M. Htilton, II. Im Monnyer, Miaa II.
t. fair. F1- !. Whilrvnib, A. Lockman, K. J.Taylor, Master
llarry M. Black. T. IeUhaniy. U. M. UorruugUs, W.Uallavhrr,
Ueo. Waihinirioii, H. Anhton, J. Marrlon, N. John, J. Haw
kins, Master Challnmel, J. II lair, T. II. 1 1 Herald, Aliot.
f We share with this community an anxiety in
resjiect to Mr. Lc Monnyer, and hope that the
shock of the disaster may not have bad any dele
terious cfli-et to cause a rclnpse.
LATER FOREIGN NEWS.
Xe are 'nub-bled to Mr. H. M. Whitney for a copy
J A ,.urlIanJ ,1 llulMUl lf ST,. ,y ,, ,
Captain Forbes tf the Clara Louise, for the ,S. '.
Chronicle of Sepl. 4. Iroiu which papers we glean
the following Items of news :
Si'Uinufii.i.h (Mass.) Sepl. 2.--The Springnehi
Republican caucuses to-night are lull and lively.
Two ot them used a check list in voting. Those
elected Washburue delegates. Ill two others there
whs a split 011 the refusal to use check lists. 11ml
two sets of delegates were chosen from those wauls
The result in the city is: Washburue, 4; Under,
11; contested 5. Our footings for the State no (ur
ure: Wushburne, 122 ; Hutler. l.Vi; doubtful,!).
Paris, Sept. 17. The number of deaths by cliol
era in this eity. Iroin the Dili In the Mth instant,
New York. Sept. 18. Mail advices from Puns,
of the full insl., say official documents communica
ted yesterday to the Paris Academy of Medicine
confirm the reports that the cholera prevails in
France. At Havre, during last month, out of 478
deaths 110 are from that malady, and at Rouen
there are at present 20 deaths a day froui the same
cause. The epidemic Is rapidly spreading through
Lovdo.v, Sept. 17. The corn and Iron iiierchunts
of Liverpool, In a letter, admit that iron may be
jirnhtubly purchased in New York lor shipment to
England, and say they are convinced that Ihe
American trade is lost to England.
London, Sept. 17.--Earl Harwicke, Lord Lieut,
of Cambridgehhire, died to-day, aged 74.
Paris, Sept. 17. Mr. Stern, an English traveler
just arrived from Central Africa, reports that he
met Dr. Livingstone last June, and parted from him
on the first of July. The Doctor was then in per
Vienna. Sept. 17. Tbe King of Italy arrived
here to-day and was cordially received by the Em
peror and populace.
Chicago, Sept. 17 7 r. m. The fire Is finally un
der complete control, notwithstanding the strong
wind which is blowing from the southwest. No
further danger Is apprehended.
Chicago, Sept. 17 Evening. The total loss sus
tained by the fire this afternoon is estimated at
from 5250.000 to $300,000. The total number ot
buildings destroyed is estimated at Ci, they being
wooden tenements, from one to three stories high,
occupied mainly as residences, stores and shops.
The fire originated in a laree wooden shed used by
the Chicago. I'urlington and CJuincy and North
western Railroads lor storing transfer of hay, situ
ated on the corner of Newbury Avenue and the
railroad track, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth
rtreets. The number of families rendered homeless
is greatly disproportioned to the number of houses
burned, as every tenement was crowded to its ut
most capacity, many of them containing five or six
Chicago. Sept. 18. Private dispatches from New
York confirm the report of the failure of Jay Cooke
&, Co.. but do not state the extent or particulars of
New York. Sept. 18. fay Cooke A Co. announce
their suspension in consequence of large advances
made to sustain their Philadelphia house, and the
heavy drain upon their own deposits.
Piiii.AiiEi.niiA. SepL 18. The great firm of Jay
Cooke & Co. has suspended. A crowd is now col
lected around their place of business.
New York, Sept. 18. There is great excitement
on the street in consequence of the announcement
of the failure of Jay Cooke & Co. The question
generally asked is. Who next? Stocks too, trem
ble, generally caused as much by apprehensions of
the future as by the existing condition of affairs.
Prominent men on Wall meet attribute the sus-
fiension not so much to the effort to sustain the
'hiladelphia house as to operations in the North
ern Pacific Railroad, which it is Baid they sought
to carry beyond their strength. It is expected
that the Life Insurance Companies with which Jay
Cooke & Co. are connected may have to go under.
It is also said that Jay Cooke lost large sums iu
the recent gold movement. Some say they are un
able to make any further statement save that they
expect to resume business in it short time. There
is a general breaking of stocks of from one to fen
per cent, under the rush to sell. Great excitemtnt
continues. Western Union fell from 884 to 784 ;
New York Central, from 304 to 87j ; Wabash, from
5CA to 5H ; Northwestern, from 62 to 4S4 ; isortli-
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western I'reierrea, irom o 10 n$ ; ii-oca. imauu
fell from 103 to 99 ; Pacific Mail, from 424 to 37
3 p. m. The excitement is intense at tbe Stock
Exchange. Vanderbilt stands by his Central, and
Lake Shore and Pacific Mail are cared for, but
Western Union fell from 88 to 784. Money Is quiet
at 7. No failures other than that of Jay Cooke &
Co. are announced. It is said Jay Cooke, McLul-
loch & Co., are solvent, with a large aurplus above
all liabilities. A Philadelphia dispatch says E. W.
Clarke &, Co. havo suspended.
Vrr tiw Fever im Louisiana. Forty deaths per
day at Shrevcport; La., ia a population of 40,000.
Great alarm and distress, poyBiciana and nurses
exhausted, and tho country appealed to for relief.
Capt. Howard ol tho Alaska hub neen nnca
S1G,000 for landing in San Fi-anciaco 308 Chinese .