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BY C. S. BARTOW
ON WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 14th. j
UCVERiL 4MORTMKXT OK
HATS, &c, &c.
Br Ordfr mt LJeyaT Afraid will SM
Aeceaat f Uarfevwrller.
Knife Polish, and
C. S. BARTOW, Airl'r.
SALE OF STALLS!
FISH MARKET OF ULAKOHEO.
ON FRIDAY, - - OCTOBER 16th,
At 10 O'cloekj A. M.oo the premise. wM be sol :
Bf Order of III Eaeellesjey lb MlaUlrr f
IT l TPSET PRICE OF $1.00 PER WEEK!!
THE CHOICE OF
STALLS No. 1 to 21 Inclusive
THIS FIHTT IVIAmC MT X
jjr For the tern of Oae Year from date of Sale.
XJ- TERMS CAEII. XX
C. f. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
AT AUCTION !
At llo'clnea M.ouln premiae, will beU At public taction,
The Frame House & Lot !
lIlaalH a FrS Street.
AJjolninc the gchoot-hnvM Lot, and wnJ by Mr. Ileriov.
The Lot Contains Nearly One Acre.
Fo farther particular apply to
C. . BARTOW. Aoct'r.
xlIILK, ITIIJLIi, HIIIaK !
i- lr-0 THE I'.VOERSIGVF.n ARE PRE-JH-i.
PA&KO to roroub thm UKNl'INK ART1CLK.
J Far sad 8et, in oantitira to suit, from the
ancy avaJieb, Jiaosno, to lbo who draire.
From and After the First of October Next.
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prompt'y attended lo. J- II. WO0,
',: 3t TII'8. fILVA.
FOK SVLH: !
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inest B'.ick arI Violet Inks, Dovell's I
Carmine, enuat to David', acd cheaper J
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Piiver Chonl. S.lver Wreath, Home Circle
Vol. I, 2. 3 and 4, G. ldeo Diadem, Shower
ol Pearls, Wreath of Onus, Uems t-f
:rtujs. Lablache' Method of Singing,
Uunten's, Craven', and Richardaon"
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AcoiT'leon Instructors. Sheet Music, In
stromenlal and Sng Pieces, Latest Sing
Al T. C. TIlRUM'i.
BEANS, BEANS !
CHI I.I HE4 AND CALt. BEANS,
white and red. warranted superior lo any in the market.
aahU c.r For Sale by CHAd. LONG.
N CASKS AND CASES. A I.
F r Pile by
BY E. P. ADAMS.
In the Matter of the Estate of Theophilus
IOR THE I't Rl'OSK OF CI.OSC MV
aecootifs wr.h tl.e l.nst- 1. 1 Tt.-'.j .! M-rc.f. i-cwJ.
and final -uttnrl tt-reof in the l'r,tii O-url. M f--r tl.e
further .ita A cl-arirr r.S ao) dif-harv ztg certain moct
ir.rs r f.-ll oo the Kupko' I'Un'Xun Lj I--r.
Atyrm As Act.jrk. M (. m jx,-i'nf aj kujr ottrr
Brrdrr rihe Ilaaornblr Kli.hn II. Allrti,
0.fw:i'.r tf t.r K'r.7l',m .-;::ir;? a ,art f.f I'r-.ta:',
duly ma-l on th 17lh ly of ."i lrnjr, 174. I .;!
Sell at lnblic Auction
on lh Slrpa f Ihr Ktirramral Ilouar. at II -
Saturday, 10th Day of October
Mrs I at 12 O'clock, Xota,
All thoso Parcels of Land and
all tho Property constituting the
itat In the L..tri t ( f II.l IiUrt 1 of Hawaii, to the
HIGHEST BIDDER FOR CASH!
XT DEEDS AT TUK IURCII ACER'S EXPENSE.
Title Ircl may t at the Ofti-e t the Minister of the
lotrrioc, aU'l a'.l itiforn.a'.ion tt.t may h- rrqu.rel eonrrning
the r.vtatemar beha1 j enquiry cf the A. d. IIAKT-
VTKLL, Solicitor, at I.U Uffict, ccnier of Queen Aod Ka-ihu-maoa
C. II. I.EWEP..,
Admioiftrator of the Kalate of Tt.c' i L.las Me:calf, deceasf.l.
E. P. A I A M S, Aurt'r.
At O X2 A. M.. nt Snlrroin,
XT Parrbaarra nrr rrqamlril ! nolr the
Chag f Time of Coiniarnrriiirnt of Snle
I 9 l2 A. M.. ltet,J mC 1 O a rornacrly.
Fancy Prints, White Cottons. Si. k Handkerchief.
Brown Cotton, I Inrn lrlll. Fancy lr ill Hhirts,
Feit Hats, Hickory &brls, Am aira; Deuims
Uiblcn, VV;ckit.g, Tuwcla, Cards.
L'li-s" H'-, I'nd'Tuhirts. Pors.'rs.
Twine, hoes, liiankrts, fhawls,
I'frfun)e, CoTerlcts, Mirrors,
Kerosene Oil. Matches, Vinegar. Hams,
Yeat Pow Jcr. Irardine. Corn Meal,
Crackers, foap, Hlue, Oysters,
Candie-t. 1'irkles, Lard. CmsheJ Sugr,
Fine Teas, Ac, Xe.
hrgs Ilrs"n Sugar,
20 .Sack Exirn Family Floor.
E. P. ADAM?, Aact'r.
ON THURSDAY, - - OCTOBER 15th, J
At 11 O'clock, A. M-, at Salfsrwxu, aiil te aolJ, j
i irsK & to:s ns.ED frfits ! !
10 Cast's Luck's lb. Cam IVacLs,
10 Ca?es Link's lb. Caiia Vvats,
10 Ca. Lu!k . 2j lb. Can. Muscat (irajn's,
10 Ca.c8 Lusk'8 Assorted Table Fruits.
10 Ca.vrt Ltisk's Acsortoil Tie Truits.
K. P. ADAM. Aucfr.
ON SATURDAY, : : OCT. 17th,
At lUt-i.Ut.IV r.OO, A l J A Lr.Mi'JJ.II,
-J AT COTTAGE & GARDEN
" v-- vsaaaa-ra-ai
otcnrJan.l at resnt Oivi'tfJ i.y Mr. ischmult,
At the Entrance to Pauoa Valley ! !
Has Right of Way to Government Road.
Tho Houso Contains 4 Rooms !
In as gooJ order as new. See Plu't igraphic View at Auctioi
Room and Chase's (Jallcry.
E. P. ADAMS, Aucfr
TO DRAYMEN !
ON WEDNESDAY, : : OCTOBER 21st,
At 12 O'clock, Noon, at Salesroom,
LARGE GOOSENECK DRAY !
E. P. ADAMS. Aucfr.
U:e Bl'TLER TO HIS MAJESTV
BEGS LEAVE to INFORM the PUBLIC
j TUAT HE HAS
OPENED A FIRST-CLASS LUNCH ROOM
j in connection with the alve II tel. where he is now
ready to Serve
Hot and Cold Lunches,
Early and Late Suppers,
j from OVIerk, A. M. I tS 1'. M.
! PRIVATE PARTIES CAN be SUPPLIED
at the'r Keid-.-nccs or In the Lunch Kooni ..h
All the Delicacies & Luxuries
! oor market affiT.I. Little d'i u:cs c r lets can I:ere be s-ttl- d '
amicably with a L"-jeuner a la i ourrl.t tie r.r an Oyster Supper,
natters or politi a.1 cntruer.es can 1 c arja-.Nl over a C.Heiit j
en pspu .ltes. Omelette aax Conf'icur? Etc., Eto. j
, ...art.. .v., !
EVERYTHING COOKED TO ORDER !
OPEN ON SUNDAY?. i
3?lonso Oivo mo n. Call, i
ROBERT Vox OEHI.HOFFEN,
"!.i f de Cuisine.
TO BE LET.
T1IETWO FIXECtPiflOI'S elO
in the Ihit't 'n Vl,rf l'rin.i--. K-.r pirtieu
julJ apply i i i';t itt. KII"I
TO LET OR LEASE !
. ........ r. t - a . , w - a.,, .... . a
I illJ3l' ur.in.1 iiijrj i ur..Mi'r' 1
Aiakea Mrcvt, f.-rnieriy cK'rupied ly A. I. liKlcKf
OOV, Lsi- Ft r 1'srucuiar.. i p: to
U5 J. . LEMON, f
AUSTRALIAN VINES !
ED, WHITE, M I'Sl'AT, KKONTIGNA N,
F r by
I'ortlaiiri Iircct !
TnP A 1 PKITT5n BARQfE
I JOaX P.ANCIE, MAiTEfc. j
"Will have Quick Dispatch for Above Port, j
1 Freight tiken at $.00 l-'r Tow. Sugar at Si-: la I j
XT ForTrni, Applj f
TDIO. U. DAVIT. Aeot.
FOR POKTLA.D. ORE0..
THE FA3TSAILIXO BARKE.VTIXE
Jane -. FallcinTD-arr,
J. A. SKOWJf, Ma:er.
Ul!l Uare Qaltk DLptch fr thf Ikoie Port,
far Freight or Pantfe, p lj to
CATLK A COOKE, A pent.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO !
THE FISE CLIPPER BRIG
Will have quick dispatch for the above port
For Freight or Passage, apply to
t;7 II.HACSFELD&CO. Ar--
For Fort In it cl,
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
1Y1A1 1JC 111 A.Li.E.ii.1 1
"Will have Quick Dispatch for above port !
Jliv'mj a hirge part of htr cargo engaged.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
91- II. II ACKFELD CO., Agents.
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO.
jf- THE AMERICAN BARK
iZZ. HELEN W. AI.MY
K. FREEMAN, s : t : MASTER
Having a Urge portion of fcer Cargo already engaged, will
hare Dispatch for the there Port.
For Freight or Passage, pply to
9iS CASTLE A COOKE, Agecta.
FOR SYI1VEY, IV. S. V.
THE FIXE STEAMSHIP
CITY OF MELBOURNE!
CAPTAIN J. W. BROWN,
WILL SAIL ON OR ABOUT OCTOBER 19 !
For freight or passage, apP'T
607 C. BREWER ft CO., Agenti.
FOR SAIV FRAIVCISCO.
T. WOOD, COMMANDER,
WILL SAIL ON OR ABOUT OCTOBER 15 !
FOR FREIGHT AND PASSAGE,
HACKFELD k CO., Agenta.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
MARCH ANT, X t t I MASTER.
,...Oct. 5. .5 p. m..IIiIo
.. Oct. li..6 p. m. .Circuit of Hawaii
...Oct. 21. .4 p. m. .Circuit of Kaaal
...Oct. 2S..b p. tn..Kona, touching at Kaunaka-
kai both way
M inilav Nov. 2.-6 p. m..C rcuit T Hawaii
Nor. 9. .5 p. m..Kons. touching at Kaunaka-
kai both ways
..Nor. 16. .5 p. m..IIilo
. Not. 2d. .6 p. m..Nawiliili
..Nov. DO. .5 p. m. .Circuit of Ilawail
...Dec. 7. .6 p. iu..Kona, touching at Kaunaka-
kai both ways
..Dec. 14. .5 p. s..Ililo
Monday . .
Wednesday... Deo. 23
4 p. m.. Circuit or Kauai
Dec. 2S..S p. m. .Circuit of Hawaii
XT On down Trips the Steamer will net leave Mskena until
7 A. M. or later ; aril Maalaea Bay until 9 A. M. or later.
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakal, Molokai. .
" " l-ahalua. Maul........
" Maalaea, Mkui
" Mskena, Maui
" Mahukona, Hawaii....
' " Kawaibae, ....
' Kailua. 44 ....
44 Kaawaloa, 4 ....
44 44 llilo, 44 ....
44 44 Kau Coast 44
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip....
To or from any P' rt on Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip
Deck Passage for native only
.. 5 00
.. 6 00
.. 7 00
.. 8 00
.. 10 00
.. 10 00
.. 10 00
.. 12 60
.. 2 2 00
.. S 00
.. 12 00
.. 2, 00
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will e considered as taken until paid for. NC
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcell
unless receipted for. I
FREIGHT MONET DUE ON DEMAND I b
SAJULAIj Kf. n IkUtn, ilgrilL. I J
Office with Wilder & Co., corner of Fort and Queen Sireetajl
B0ST0N & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
.Vi C. BREWER Si. CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangement can always be made for
5SSJ3fe3 Stoiage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and oilier Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Purts. XT Cash Advances made.
S,J4 ly C. BREWER A CO.
Regular Packet for Kona and Kau.
The New Clipper Schooner
u i is a n x ,
Will run regularly on the above route, having excellent accom
modations for passenger and freight.
For Freight cr ratsaxe, apply to the Captain on board,
or to 05S) T1BBET3 & SORENSON.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
VS C. BREWER Si CO.. AGENTS.
tyr?V Merchandise receive.1 STORAGE FREE and
AMt-!jJiJ liberal cash advance made on shipment by this
liSeT (964 ly) C. BREWER A CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR L AH A IN A.
Q THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Una BfnUrly betHfraTbls Tort and Labalaa,
HoDolaloSatnrdays and Lahalna t rtrj XVtAnt dajs.
5S 3m n. HACKFELD s CO., Agent.
DICKSON'S ART GAUERV
Ol FORT STREET.
NEW STOCK OF FRAMES
In Great Variety.
NEW PHOTOGRAPHS, MATS !
KOU CALABASHES, &C.
elii. Oiovmmi Apiani
THIS SEASON'S CATCH
From .A.retic Ocean.
Twrlre BARRELS WHALE OIL.,
JJl1. b LhI'VIt lib' U'll A I I'tll'lVt"
JJZ-IL. POUNDS OF IVORY,
lie Uandrt'l Furs it' Skins, TiC'lvt Ifamhul St ive. 1.
ST . . For Sale hy CHAS. LONG.
S.I WM t
G. BREVER & GO.
OFFER FOR SALE THE FOLLOWING
WELL SELECTED CARGO !
American Clipper Ship Syren
Sales to Arrive will be made
A MOK EAC DENIMS. AMERICAN
j. PRINTS, newest styles.
Pearl River Denims. Manchester Detiin:, Blue Drills.
Pure Cider Vineear. Qr. b; Clear Pork.
Pepier bauce, Kingsford's Cjrn Starch, -
Bags biack Pepper, Kitu No. I Mackerel.
Tomato Ketchup, Yarmouth Corn,
GENUINE PARKER HOUSE SOU'S!
Green Teas, Salt Water Soap.
Sissou's Family Soap, 50 lb. Lx.
PROVISIONS AND NAVAL STORES.
Barrel Mes Pork.
Cask New Bedford Pilot Bread,
Barrels Southern Pitch,
Barrels Southern Pitch,
Barrels No. 1 Rosin.
2&3 Toas Steam Coal, Cask Cumberland Coal.
Two 30-feet Centre Board Whale Boats,
New Bedford Oil Snooks,
New Bedford Cordaee.l to 6 Inch.
New BedTord Whale Line,
Copper Paint, 1 J gal. container.
Lawrence Cotton Duck, No. 2 to 9.
A Choice Lot of Ash Oars, 10 to 22 Feet !
Hunt's Axe Hatchets,
Hy Cutters, No. 1, 2, 3,
215 Kelts Cut Nails. Asatd. Sizes N Sixes
Bar Refined American Iron, assorted itej
Swedish Iron, m Norway chapes.
3-Hoop Pails, 2 Refrigerator ,
Wood Seat Chairs, 60 do. Axe Handles,
Zinc Wash Boards, 10 dos. Birch Broom
Vermont Ox Bows, 1 j, 2 inch.
100 CASES CARD MATCHES I
A Selected Assortment of Ash Plsnk.
White Pine, 1, li, li, 2 Inches,
B!i t Walnut, 1, 2. 3 Inches,
Cedar 3 oat Board,
White Oak Plank.
Composition Nails !
Leather Belting, Paper Bags. Children's Perumbulators,
2 American Side Spring Carryalls,
Curled II air. Rubber Packing,
Lamp Black, 1st Quality Babbitt Metal.
Eastern Pine Keg and Bbl. Shooks !
FIVE HUNDRED CASES
Ex Bark Mattie Macleay, from Portland.
Oregon Bran, Timothy Hay,
For Sale by
969 II. HACKFELD & CO.
Ml AGREEMENT HERETOFORE Ex
isting with W. M. WALLACE, for delivering Ice and
Collecting Bills, is cancelled by mutual consent.
Hereafter Ice will be sold by the Cake, Half Cake and
Quarter Cake, frozen in tins of same dimension as formerly.
The price will be for Whole Cakes, One Dollar; for Half Cake,
Fifty Cents; and for Quarter Cakes, Twenty-fire Cents.
The Ice Wagon will leare the Factory at bi A. M., and 3i
P. M.. under charge of Mr. UE0KOK MARTIN, who is au
thorized by me to collect weekly bills every Tuesday.
XT Orders left with the driver, or at the Factory, will be
attended to. DAVID SMITH,
819 3m Proprietor.
KITES, KITES, KITES ! !
CHINESE AND AMERICAN !
Flower Kites, 1
Kites ! ! !
And Otliors i
A MUSEMENT AND WONDER FOR OLD
and YOUNG in the healthful pastime of Kite nying.
All pocket suited.
American Kltesj from IO to 25 Cls. each.
Clsiaese Kites from S1.25 to 43. OO each.
C66 For Sale at THOS. O. THRUM'3. j
CONSTANTLY ON HANOI
A GENERAL ASSORTM'T OF
SHIP MAMEM k SHIP STORES.
For Sole by
BOLLES Ai CO.
Sperm and Polar Oil.
VERT SUPERIOR O.UAL1TT. FOR SALE
IN Uiiantities to Bait by BOLLES A CO.
SPERM OIL, the Pure Article,
WARRANTED FREE FROM FOOTS.
bj 9 for sale ty iiui.i.r-o
OREGON PILOT BREAD !
CASES SMALL. CAKES.
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
Blocks and Oars!
FI LL ASSORTMENT.
For ale by
BOLLES k CO
BREAD IN BOND OR DUTY PAID.
OrbiTfe CASES C A LA. MEDIUM BREAD
mUU Just Received.
For Sale by BOLLES k CO.
20,000 CHINESE FIRE BRICKS !
PER EDWARD A M E S
For Sale by BOLLES 4r CO.
MANILA CIGARS !
ANEW INVOICE OFTIIOSE SUPERIOR
Genuine Cigars, jast received and for sle by
my9 BULLE3 if CO.
COTTON DUCK !
LAWRENCE MANUFACTORY. AN As
sortment of numbers, for sale low by
mj9 BOLLES A CO.
TIOUR TRAND RUSSIA CORDAGE, ALL
Fur Sale by
BOLLES k CO.
T. LOUIS STAR II A MS, FOR SALE BT
BOhLKS ft CO.
i'disk or thi Siooi torn the v,i-tii
1T4 it '. i "I i w a
IVt 2 I .at Q -i.ror
S N? V..n...
1 lrt d i r 1 1 r
31-1 a! U.:rt.-r
or Oi n t.
t Ml AH
s 4 4 r
3 5 r
:TH Ov TOHI
7 10 5 r
10 19 :
Tom I'd irc .- the 'a o Tile
Flr: cor.faf I
lit :i!..:.C "ft !l I hi'
M i il t'.r ec!.e .
Kl of tut.-; j
Lt C Hitact wliV,
tlHKOI "l llllS i$tIITTI.
0.-1 i-i-'in r 5 m j 4 ; sun sets S 4i 2 rs
San rie iMI w: Sun set 5 r
li Sun r-es IWOm; Sun sets 6 33.0 r
:i Ss i.... 14 i Sua sets 5 iT i ts
,Ma5 r;... a S0i; Sii3 sets 5f3 0ri
51 Sua re 8 S an; fun ts S SI 8
ClT. DaKIIL emtH.
SATVTiPA V, OCTOFFR 10.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
r- A lftter from ' Eqnit.ts"' vt as reviTed too
late for tLi-i isnt.
I The Steamer Cyphrtntt, frctr Sydney for San
j Francisco, will be Jue cn WeJcefrJay next.
fy1 Pl.4tatiox at Acctiox. To-JiT, at noon, in
' j froat cf the Government House, the Kaupakuea
i Plantation property, situated io the District of Hilo,
Hawaii, will be t'llerel at Auction by Mr. E. P. A Jams.
"Stsvck bt I. hjhtm.no. The re-port comes from
P'aialua, on this island, that during the storm of
riJay. the 2d inst., a native man was knocked
(lown at that place by lightning, and paralyzed,
ind a dog was killed by the same stroke of tbe
, ."Mosvii iTO Fi.kkt. Ou Monday forenoon last, there
'We no less than thirteen schooners in port, mostly
lbading and unloading in the coasting busine.
The popular Xetti Merrill made two trips to and
from Lahaina inside of one week.
er?ty From two and a bait to three columns of
dead-bead"' advertisement appear each week in
the Gazetlt j which is one way, but certainly not a
profitable one, of 44 slowly but surely occupying
theronf place as the leadinj advertising medium
of the city."
Music mis Afternoon. The Band will play at
Emma Square, commencing at balf-past four. The
following is the programme :
Iofilier March Zikoff
Selection, Opera Duo I'aauuale ..Donizetti
(Blue Violets Waltz toote
Royal Hawaiian Lancers. Berger
erlina Concert Polka, Cornet eklo ...fcUnt
On the ParaJe Grand Quickstep Medley JUchaelis
No Verdict. In the case of Wm. Morrow, the
sailor of the Benecia, tried yesterday for an assault
with a knife upon Messrs. Gertz and peckmann in
August last, the jury, after an absence of three hours,
came into Court unable to agree, and they were dis
charged. A new jury will be impanneled this morn
ing to try the case. r
Ocr StPPtEMEXT, which we furnish to island
subscribers with to-day's paper, will be found to con
tain much interesting reading, -besides the official
programme of the Great International Exhibition of
1876. One article, particularly, entitled " Tongue
Sins," from the" Chicago Advance, will well repay
perusal by some persons we wot of.
Are tiiet Sheep-ticks? We alluded some time
ago to a new species of vermin, a late importation,
and found on dogs, that was by some said to be the
real sheep-tick of other countries. Now we bear
from the natives of these enterprising strangers at
taching themselves to human beings, they having
been found embeded in children's eyebrows, and in
one instance two were extracted from a person's ear,
in the interior of which they had made themselves a
Jack Ashore. Last Thursday the " liberty men"
of the British ship Fcoxd and the American ship
Jlenicia, appeared to have made up to bave a good
time together. They chartered a number of express
wagons, in which, after riding about town for awhile.
they proceeded to Waikiki, where they had a
picnic. This is certainly an improvement upon
Jack's ordinary way of spending bis leave on
shore, wherein he gets outside a horse and rushes
through the streets to the imminent danger of
everybody, himself included, or else hangs about
a grog shop until he becomes oblivious. And it
was rather pleasant, as differing from the usual
custom, to see the pailors of these different but
kindred nationalities thus fraternizing in their
The Lau Oliva, or The Olive Branch, is the
came of a monthly journal in the Hawaiian language,
Jeditd by the Rev. II. II. Farker. It is furnished to
(BQbscribers at the very moderate price of fifty cents
per annum, and circulates some two thousand copies.
The tone of the paper is decidedly religious, but room
is afforded for all the news of the day&nd topics
. , ... .. . . , ,fl
mm i ,1, n aod B-L.Tii lh, rtafivA mini! ia ntf.nnfnl ml.
nanoral inraraQr arp niajnaapil wills smlirw nrwJ s
sprightliness, while the native mind is attracted and
amused by an occasional anecdote or bit of " light
reading;" with nothing, however, of the absurd and
sometimes mischievous nature of the iTuokoa'M 'Lo
biana Lo." The Lau Oliva is very deservedly pop-
yuar' an1 tiJs fair t0 a useful instrument me-Iu-
caung buu eierauug me name peupie. no uear u
is proposed to make it a weekly after the first cf
The Military vs. the Police. The other day
a couple of soldiers belonging to the barracks,
undertook to rescue a comrade from a policeman,
who had arrested him for drunkenness. It hap
pened however that the policeman, though rather
a small-sized man was a wiry fellow nnd full of
pluck, and he Btrnck from the shoulder. lie
floored bis antagonists, and got off with bis man,
and afterwards getting a warrant, brought the two
rescuers to the Station House. Before Judge
Jones on Monday, they were first instructed as to
tbe provision in the Constitution to the effect that
the military ia always subordinate to tbe civil
If power, and then they were sentenced to pay a
I fine of $10 each, and be imprisoned at hard labor
I for twenty days.
An old Newspaper. Quite frequently in these
days, we meet with facsimiles of newspapers printed
many years ago. We have one each before us now,
received by the last mail, being a copy of the London
Timet, of November 7th, 1805 nearly seventy years
ago. It has four columns to tbe page, which is ten
inches by seven. It was a notable issue, containing
as it did the official account of the battle of Trafalgar
and the death of Nelson, after bis memorable victory
over the combined French and Spanish fleets. On
this occasion the British fleet consisted of twenty
seven ships and that of their antagonists of thirty
three. At the close of the action-tbe British had
captured nineteen ships cf the line. AU London
was illuminated on the night of November 7th, in
honor of the victory, which occurring October 21st,
the news was received in London, November Cth.
Convicted and Sentenced. On Monday last, in
the Supreme Court, the jnry disagreed in the case
of Charles Kahalehili, indicted for the forgery last
August of a check on the bank of Bishop fc Co.,
for some $460. On Tuesday, a new jury was im
panneled for tbe trial of the same case, w ho brought
in a verdict of guilty, two dissenting. A sad fea
ture in this case was that the principal witness for
the prosecution wa3 tbe father of the prisoner, an
I old native of much respectability. He had takerij
!j pains to educate bis sou to the best of bis ability,
and now he was compelled to give testimony that
I sent hU boy to prison. On being called up for
sentence, Charles acknowledged bis guilt, and tbe
I Court after admonishing him to reform bis ways,
sentenced bim to imprisonment at hard labor for a
Lfrm of two years and to pay a Ene of $5.00. On
Ttresday also, tbe jury brought in a verdict of
guilty in the case of Wahineaea, charged with
perjury, committed In the Police Court, in a beer
case. lie was eentenced to fifteen months itnpris-
! onment at Lard labor.
Mr. llnrr purpose it i a proposition that
no e la this cot.nitinrv will di-nute, that tbe
! way i f the editor f !: 'i.-.'.v art- myt-iiou-.
' and past :sd!:.; . nt ; but . a ! -vt r ! fair J lay I
' am constrained t protest jtir.ct ti cowardly
and imebristi.tn a:u;. t:j n :i 4 of the Kiii's
, ! ::;ttrs. I fr.iy it i cw t V y. ,Vr it a:r.'iu:it
I MDifty t 1 a relit r.iti :i ' f datk h.iits ar.d initiuA-
t:oa, an 1 it it uncl.i Uiua, btva epp.''d lo tl.e
; ti'chir. . f Him w h ) .pake i.cti r tn a:i ak "
to theri-h a rt-v. rg.:'ui and tir;trgivii: t-pirit
; aai-i.-t any man. who. whatever may poibly
hive beeu Li fai:':s . r Lis follies evincr a dipo
j iuin a well a, an abilry to 1j wLjI right. I
1 believe with jo.:rt '.f. tttt !t i scUbrr expedient.
jut . r proper, to d:vc into the rubbish if tbe
private records of public men. Jf they lave
! ability and fitness for oSSce. and are blaaiele4 a
I to morals aud general rectitude 1 d.ly walk. :
j then it matter? nt to rr.e if at otne li:anl jeriod 1
ia their livm tboy in iv have befti fruit a ordinary
humar.itv is apt to be uri.l.-r the prei-surf of cir-
ctimstance. I5ut if iLe editor if tt;e (i irt'tt con
siders it bis mNsiou and lKnnden duty to attack .;
. sinners who happen to have Ret into tf8ce. let him j
be fair and coa.iatet, and instead of si triing a :
j hue and cry after pupposabU myt! . look for hi 1
j game nearer home. Are there not oth.-r .tnd more
acces.-ible private records that hoUld attract hi
' nose, and over the delectable details if which be
might gormandize? And then he might elo.juenily j
expatiate upon the evils of the rum traffic (outride :
the Legislature this time) and thunder about the
gross impropriety ct a retailer of li'juor, etc.. 1
holding at the same I'nu! a position in th govern- ,
meut, and perhaps be might apprcpriaiely if not j
truthfully say that the worthiest and m.ist intluen-
tial citizens are dissatisfied at that stale of things.
Iiut I am constrained to believe that outside of the
editor of the Gazr!', and his two or three associate 1
writers, none could be f.und so unchristian like na '
to parade the sins of his neighbor lielore tie
But after all. it is plain enough that wilh the
editor in question sauce (or the goose is by no
means sauce for the gander. .FtsriTU. j
Ms. Editor : Tho trial for treason that has taken
place in the Supreme Court during the past week, is
the first one, I believe, that his ever occurred here,
and will therefore become historic:4 The cflenso
charged was in writing and circulutrtlg a paper that
was full of abase of the King, and contemplating his
dethronement. " The punishment for treason by our
law, is death. The accused in this case was brought
in guilty by the jury, without any recommeudation
to mercy, and he must be sentenced to death, subject
to the Royal Clemency, which it is reasonably to be
expected will be exercised, j j
The summary conviction of thU individual it
be hoped may serve as a lesson to others among the
misguided small party known as 44 Queenites." They
Lave been so imprudent as to allow themselves to be
recognized as such. There is good reason to believe
that a number of the Police of this city ate disloyal
The night before the riot of February last, it is well
known that the majority of the native Police declared
themselves to be unfriendly to His present Majesty,
and everybody remembers bow they behaved during
the riot. And it is reasonably suspected that promi
nent native members of the Police force to-day who
are the same men who so flagrantly misbehaved last
February, are still strongly disloyal. Mr. Editor,
the peace and safety of this community requires that
none but true and tried men should be its legal guard
ians, aud there is no lack of fetich.
Every vestige of this smouldering disaffection, of
treason in any form, should be promptly removed.
Practical Studies at School.
The two propositions recently broached by promi
nent educators in the United States, are receiving
merited notice in the public press. The first was
from President White, of Cornell, for a National
University, to be situated at Washington, endowed
by the Government, ami mado to cover a great many
departments of instruction which are not included in
the average American college. President White
would have tbe leading scientists of the nge put at
the bead of this institution; and it is part of bis an
ticipation that thousands of American youth would
flock annually to Washington to study at the feet of
these original discoverers. A very pretty notion is
this suggested by President White; but it does not
receive much favor from critics, who for the most
part show themeelves averse to the Government un
dertaking the inauguration and management of a
school of the sort indicated ; and who further object,
that scientists are too busily employed in active
prosecution of their researches to find time also for
the educational work President White would assign
The second project comes fro ji President Woods, of
tho Western University, Piticburg. It is a scheme, or
perhaps more accurately designated, a pica, for the
. I J e " r
establishment of what be terms Technical Schools
schools where boys may be prepared for trades. The
scarcity cf skilled labor seems to have suggested this
idea. ''Most young men seem to prefer the count-ing-?oom
or the store to a position at the me
chanic's bench, and one of the results is that while
the counting-rooms and the stores are over-crowded
at small salaries, tho workshops, where better com
pensation may be bad, bave often to be filled by
drafts upon the European labor market, and are
sometimes not sufficiently or satisfactorily filled even
at that. Prof. Woods believes that, as port of the
system of education, " shops might be erected where
certain trades could be learned, where the hand and
eye could be trained, and the student prepared for
work or the management of works." The Idea is
elaborated at considerable length.
As this would be a new experiment, it is not safe
to say that it would result in all its projectors claim
for it. It might be a source cf vast cost and little
benefit to the State, or it might in time come to be of
vast benefit and nearly self-supporting. But, apart
from speculation, the purpose Professor Woods has
before bim in submitting tbe scheme is a good one,
and should command thoughtful attention. It ia of
sufficient importance to warrant a trial by the State;
which could be had by tbe establishment at industrial
centers cf one cr two such ecbools as are suggested.
If these would operate successfully the plan might be
still further applied; if not it could be dropped.
Tiie interior California papers are having a hot
time with the 44 scientific cusses'" concerning the
discovery of wild coffee in tbe Golden State. The
papers say the corJVe plant exists, and is pure wild
coffee. The scientists say it is a bogus affair, re
sembling coffee only in having a berry with two
seeds. The true coffee has an edible outside flesh,
while that of the bogus coffee berry is a powerful
purgative. The papers stick to their story, nd
say they bave drank the decoction, and it is quite
a palatable drink. Now let them eat the outside
flesh and report the state of their bowels. That
ought to settle the matter.
The lawyers of New York and Brooklyn are
likely to make a good thing out of the Beecher
Tilton candal. First, there ia the great case of
Tilton vs. Eeecber, i i which $ 100,000 damages
are claimed. Then Mr. Henry C. Bowen mes the
editor and reporter cf the Brooklyn Eagle for
libel, claiming damages to the amount cf $lo8.800,
while be also bas the editor of the Argus arrested
on a criminal charge. Mr. Tiiton threatens some
suits for libel against New York and Brooklyn
editors. Mr. Beecher may follow his example and
sue editors all over the country. Mr. Moulton bas
a right to ene Beecher for charging bim with being
a blackmailer. Mrs. Tilton may try to vindicate
her character in the courts against the charges of
Tilton and Moulton, and Susan B. Anthony has a
grievance in the charge that she sat in Theodore's
lap that may require legal redress. Certainly the
prospect of a large libel crop is very promising in
A TRIAL FOR TREASON.
Lat Turdsj, 5n the Sit rrme Court, Mr. Jus
tice Harris tre-iding. Ix-forr- a jury of native 11a
waimtui, a iiatite named Jnhn I "jiliyTiiiA Ka
li. .alii, wan tried for tho crime of tiea-n. Tb
Attorney General a tnreJ for the Crown, and
the j ri vner was defended by Mr. Kauai, who is
I, strict Justice for Vmuie, on tb lalarvl of
Kauai, nnd Mr. J. IVricr irro. evntncs
was brief, and cvtinii'te aim t wholly of a me
morial urportinx to he adro. to the Consul.
ComiuLiotMr of Franco, written by Utc friionr
and by him caused U lx circulated for signaturr)
among the native. It never racbrii the. fpro
fl destination, havo rsfon ti tod by h 1'ulir,
in the houe of one of their own body, and ,y
whose direction aeveml hundred fictitious nam
bad lcen at5xd to it. The jriter bad rv-queeted
the man to prwur? a thouoatul name. The? con
ception and execution of the document wen Lilly
in the extreme, but lite matter contain! was
none tbe let criminal nnd niichievous. "J ap
ivars that from the mt writing of the rotatoria)
up to the time of its avtxurc by the I'oliec, not
more than a doieti cron had read it. The in
tention of the accused, was j la inly enough mani
fested by his acts, which came within the provi
pions of the Cth Chapter of the lVnal (de, the
firot Svtiou of which read a follow:
44 Trtaaoo is hereby drfiaed to be any pletting or
attempt to dethrone or destroy tbe King, or tbe levy
ing of war against the King's Government, or tbe
aJhetitig to the enemies thereof, giving tbeut aid or
comfort, the same being done by a person twiog alle
ginnee to this Government."
The jury in this cane were absent from the Court
room but twenty in i mi tee, mturnln; a unanimous
verdict of guilty as charged. The punishment is
prccrib4d in Section 9 of the Chapter referred to,
in the following words:
' Whoever shall commit the crime of treason, shall
, stifiVr the punishment of death; and all his property
shall be confiscated to the Uoverouirut."
Hut the King, by and with the advW of Ilia
. Privy Council, hns tho power, under the Constl-
tution, to grant reprieves nn I fiardons, after con
' v lotion, for all ofToncee, except iu canes of itu poach
uutit. ! As a mattor of interest to our readers, and s a
literary curiosity, wo append the translation of
j the utemori.il in qucetion. i - ,
! To the 0wJ (.immiMioHer f the Government of
, France ut the Cvutt thi Llaraiian llatutt :
j -Sin -We. the people of Honolulu, Garni, Ha
' wniiau Island, wbotte name are hereunto sub
scribed. j ,4 Whereas, your govrrtinirnl, through toil, have
1 known of the election of I). Kalakaua a King,
: therefore, we respectfully at-k , of you 'that you
make lotto t and inform your government that we
: reject I. Kalakaua. And further Inform your gov
ernment ot oar choice of (Juei-n Kinma kaMenna
1 lnl to Hit upon tbe Throne ot the Hawaiian Island.
1 For you are aware that we bave sealed our oppoM-
tion to the action of the Special fS. aidon of tbe Leg
! islatnre of February 12th. A. II. 174, ia reaper. to
the choice of a King, by the fheddlng of tbe Mood
' of the Representatives, and tbe destruction of
; government property on that day.
44 Then-forts t-hall be set abide and utterly revoked
the election of King on the 12th day of February
of tho present year, and all tbe acts ol I. Kalakaua,
that he may have concluded with any of tbe Great
Powers, xhall become utterly void, for tbe under
mentioned reason" :
44 1st Reason There is now extant the will of Ills
I Majesty W. C. Liiualilo, wherein be deviaed tbe
' government unto Fmrna KalHeontlanl. as proved
i by witnesses. Had he recovered sufficiently, be
j would bave signed bis name to that paper, but bis
j weakness Increased until his death, whereby ho
I was preveuted from so aignlnjr-
2nd Keanon The present King (I), kalakaua)
came to the Throne by rebelling against the Queen,
liuima Kaleleonaluni, tho heir lo tbe (ruvernment
by the will of th deceased King Ltinalilo, and ab
w as choaen and desired by the people from Hawaii
3rd Reason -Previous to the election by the
Legislature, W. L. Mot-honuit strongly urged the
Representatives to vote for P. Kalakaua only, and
for no one rise, and the majoi ily of the Representa
tives coiiKented to do so.
44ib Reason TLh Hon. Thomas Mar tin. de
manded of the Representative! ttt I hey wVar on
the Holy Bible, as a means of securing their votes
for I. Kalakaua, and tbe majority el the Repre-Ht-ntiiliveM
did so swear."
'5th Reason At Honolulu, Oahit. Feb. 11,1874,
Queen Emma Kaleleonulaui was voted for and re
ceived 3oJl ballots.
41 Gib Reason Before tbe Assembly met for the
election of King, one of the Committee of tbe
people took their petition to the Assembly, statins;
that the people of Honolulu bad choaen the Queen,
to the number of HO'Jl. Said petition requesting
the Assembly to postpone the election of King,
and that the Representatives return to their con
Mituents for the purpose of conferring with them.
Had the Legislature heeded this, there would bave
been no riol. This petition wss placed In the hands
of W. C. Paik-. the Marshal of the Hawaiian
Icliitulri, by S. M. Kaiiiakau, one of the Committee
of the people of Honolulu. It is not known
whether or no it was read. r I , : ,
47th Reason When the people saw that bey
had been baulked, that D. Kalukaua had -been
elected, that the Representatives had disobeyed the
voice of the nation, having received bribes, then It
whs that the Representatives were beaten and the
property of tbe government destroyed, on that day.
4Mb Reason D. Kalakaua Is not the rightful
King. Therefore we grieve for tho broken pesce,
ii nd the loss of our independence. Leeaue, thlt
false King is doing that which will destroy our In
dependence, nnd cause great disturbance 1b tb
future. For tbis false King (D. Kalakaua) ia very
desirous of mortgaging tbe government to some
foreign government, for it million of dollars, or
perhaps several millions, and be bas sent a message
rerjuesting tbe legislature to make a lav empow
ering the Ministers to borrow on million of
dollars ; but if the Legislature shall consent to
this law, it will be contrary to the petition ol 327
of us, on the 1st day of July, 1874, aud now before
9th Reason The true Sovereign to-day Is tbe
one appointed by will of King Lunalilo and chosen
by the nation Emma KaMeonalanl. Therefore
we do hereby declare that she is the Sovereign of
toe Hawaiian Nation, on tbe following grounds :
44 1. Queen Emma Kaleleonalanl is tbe near
relative of tbe Line of Karnehameha. ,
44 2. She was wife to Kami-ham h. IV. f
44 3. She was heir of Lunalilo's Government
" 4. She was chosen by the nation as tbe proper
person to sit on the Throne.
44 ti. She is amiable and good, and suited to tbe
44 Therefore, we ask cf you to regard this, lo
consider it carefully, and graciously bear our
' Wo request of yeu to assist us, to assist this
nation, in preserving our independence, and that
you grant this nation tbe assistance of one of your
tear tens'l to maintain tbe peace. For there are
some foreigners here who have tried and are very
desirous that they should be injured In person and
property, in order that we may lose our independ
ence, -t r
44 We bave no intention whatever In this to
injure any foreigner living here, and ihere are
people who it is plain are not friends of tbis nation,
by Iheir frequent attempts to create disturbance
in this nation. The foreigners living here know
that tbe nation refused I). Kalakaua when Karne
hameha V. died, that the nation elected tLs Chief
Lunalilo, and tbe foreigners were baulked. But
ire are dt'rmined to baulk and circumvent th
dishonest doings of foreigners here, and their fre
quent endeavors to subvert our Independence.
44 And we declare that tbe Sovereign we have
chosen is Km ma Kaleleonalani. Therefore, if you
shall deal with os gracious! v, and wilh our Inde
pendent government, In placing Queen Emma
Kaleleonalani on tbe Throne of tbe Hawaiian
Islands, this gracious act on your part towards
Her Majesty and her Independent government, will
be a cause for the perpetuity of our friendship for
you, and of the friendship between Her Majesty's
Government and your own.
44 And for the trutb of tbe foregoiog. we Individ
ually sign our names hereto, tbis ICth day of July,
In the year of our Lord, 1874. . . i.
Respectfully, your most obedient servants,
Jon.v P. ZEraraiKA Kaboalii."
The intelligence from Louisiana indicates that
the floods bave disappeared, and that the well
directed benevolence of tbe country baa been so
well bestowed that the expected destitution bas
been prevented. The New Orleans Tim beara
testimony to tbis, and says besides that the injury
to the crops will not be so serious as at first sup
posed. Although the overflow caused quite dimin
ution of the acreage planted wilh sugar cane, yet
there will be actually more sugar grown in Louis
iana Ibis year than during any season since tbe
close of tbe war. Tbe great recuperative powers
of tbe South has shown since tbe end of the rebel
lion thus rise superior to tho distressing ftense
quences of the severest orerlow the Mississippi
bas ever known.