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miDAr. sEirr.MuzR it, i.t.
Wb hav t note another week of n!mw .ut in r.tj..inr
r.r.lca. Th only arrival from fifciga ri hu bru ihr A
A- A. sUMmliii Ciiy of M- lt.ourtv, fruni Haury ia au k
lanj. lo-day, mule J tar Fraocuro. I he .1. prrturn
MTf to lh 1'omaro, oo the Hill Tahiti, Willi caul, ami
iheOjlony-Mirrliy fa? .vi I ran, iwo, with .lonw-M.r pro
.iur, mostly rrfim-ry meats, valued ai SC.
The brig J. B. ForU n luaJin? ( fan Franr,-o ,y
llarkfrki 4. Co. an. I will he the next vcs I.
We note a rrrJit sal at auction of European t..,is a.lv.-r
by Mr. C. . Harlow (.,r Monday arl Tu"-Jay neu.
PBT Or HOWOLULU. H. I.
A K III V A LI.
s! I 11 3hr Nrtf.e Mrrnll, Cran'.Oom Kaunaaakai
11 hr I'm-okiLi. Clark, from Ulna. Main
1! rtchr Juanita, Dudoit. from I.aMiua, Maui.
12-Hrhr Ka Moi. Reyaold, from Kahului, Maui.
i .'ihr Laka, Kaai, trrn Si .loa-a, Kauai.
12 S hr ilaiii, Sika, from V,in- and Kol..a, Kmro
1 1 Hi hr Warwick, Julin Hull, ful Kat.iop3.a, M.,l,,kai
If S.hr Fairy tiuen. Kaaiana, from Maala-a, Maoi
1.; tf. hr Jruur, l-iiama.fm Kona and Kan, llawa.i.
ll-8.hr Mauaukawai, kiUuio, fia Maliku, Maui.
14 !"rhr Mile Worrit. Lima, Im Kaunakakai. M.l.k:ii
li H hr Kama. I, U-Al,-, Im Va.rn-a & K ,l.a, Kami
15 H. hr Artive, Poaatiiira, from Kobila, Iliwa.i.
1411 liMH rVtTH, :ookson, from Hilo, Hawaii.
17 tr Mary Ellen, Mana. from lianal.-i. kauai.
17 Erit nmr lty f,f JI.ll.ourr-, liroru, n .lav nud
2J houra frout Auckbjod.
IS Huur Kilaura, Mart hum, from Hawaii and .M iu.
Mfcrhr Kinau, Ahuihsla, from Uitiko, Maui.
rpt 11 Srhr Kioau, Ahuihala, tr Maliko, Maui
11 H.hr JuRQila, Dudoit, f r l.ahaina, Maui.
11 Sinir Kilaura, Marrhani, for Maui at.. I Hawaii.
14 H.-hr Ka Moi, Reynolds, for Kahului, Maui.
14 trUr I'ufAalii, Clark, f..r liana, Maui.
14 Schr Haiti?, ftika, for Koloa anil Vaima, Kauai.
14 ? hf Fairy Clown, Kaai.ina, lr .Maala'a, Maui.
11 Srhr !Stli Merrill, 'ran, lor tahama, Maui.
14 Hrl.r Warwick, John Bull, (or Kaiaupapa, M....ki.
14 Haw brl; fornare, Hatfefd, lit Talwli.
li trhr I.uka, Kaai, tor Moluaa, Kaoai.
15 Hchr Jenny, l ilatna, for Kooa and Kau, Hawaii. .
H Am tk Oyion, Wwil, f.ir Kan Franriv).
It Hrit Mmr City of M' looroe, Urowa, for H Franti-ro
Fia Koi.na ad Wai wrt Hi l,r KamaiU?, saiU ihi t i
Fob Koii tit tVhr Ariire, aaiU ll.i r m.
Fob Nau iliwili fcuur Kiuura, ail on Thursday rni.
VESSKLS IX PORT.
II fii'-hip F'marola, Hear Admiral J I Aliny
11 B il li IVlerrl, Cjkori, Coinmamli-r.
Am achr C M Ward, rp.airinp.
Ana tbip Kioeraid, liairoson.
Brit ahiu KaTenatomlale, Win Jai k, ri".a.iiiip
Ana bn J B Ford, Jenka, loading.
Tahilian Lk Ionia, l.ov-rtoyp, d,i harging.
I' KMKUS KX I'KCt El)." "
Fretw h corrf Ite lnl rixl left Aarklarul .rtay loth, lo rrui-e
ra route. W'ia at Talnii Aug. Will.
Uaw Lk. ft C WjUr, from l.oii.lon, to Ua kfeld & t o, iaile.1
lruian Lk Cedar, from Bremen, lo llarkfi ld & Co, -.jil. il
Am ott'ip 3yren, ka Bn-.o, lo (fewer A- Co, sa.b d June 'J-J.I.
Bril bk Aijlai. lui l.iverl, to X.li laviet, sailed June l.V
Bra alrnr ly.tirenrs, fiu iu Kramito, due i'ryi
Am ship Caiherrr, I in FiiilaJtltdtia, Willi roalt to 1 1 K (inr-
ernfoeut, aailnl June 231 h.
llrtt lk Jalawar, from San Franrisro en rr.ute fcir ihe ju aim
Kr.roaror ?TMiinrCi rvor JIf.lboi ur., i Hiiowk,
Conaiiurt. At 1 p m on Aug 2bili, after having received
oo lioard, the English mail, cat nff from her moorings in
J..hnonNHay ami proeeeited alow I y down the harhor. Clear
eit the heaila at 2 p ui Willi light easterly Lreeze arxl line
weal her. wtiirh roolmued an lit arriral at I lie Three Kino,
wha h were p! at 4 p m Pet 1st; thenre light NK winda
to North Cage, wbirb avaa ta.-ea at 8.4S p m same day. i:n-.
tered harbor of Aarklaml at I m on Ihe 2d, win.N Ihroogli
oul being easterly ana NE, Willi fine weather. l.eft Auckland
at 2 p iu on the 2.1, afier deientioo of three hour; cleared ihe
irat Barrier at U p m. ln the bill at 8 p ni iase.l the I-.I-aiul
of Tuiuila. Crossed the line on Ihe meridian of 1CI345'
V on the 13th at 10 a m. After leaving Auckland experienced
a strong N .N K gale and a heavy head a which lasted two
day, the ohip rolling heavily ami ahii j iiig large quantities of
water; thence moderate easterly and NK winds until rearhiiif
the 17 parallel of latitude, Ihenre light N V wind hauled to
Ihe southward. Arrived in Honolulu about noon of fept 17lh.
Fbow Bvoirv & Ai riiito Per City of Mellt .urne, Se.t
17th: 1 re efleria to Miaa S Owfn; 1 do mde lo W l.aird
MacUregor; 2 do drapery, 1 do croquet ei, 70 coils rope, 20
c brandy, 1 parrel, 1 cm plants to Cleghorn A Co.
Fob Tahiti Per Pomare, lepl 14lh
INgars, f 3 Matting, roll 25
Cattle, head 106, Mola'e. bl.la loo
f!in, c.. & Kalian Chairs 14
Hay, torn 1C i-ugar, kg
Hor-ie 1 1
Value Domestic.. .. $4175.23; Foreign $i;Vl Ou
Fob Sai FaaNf li o Per Ceylon, Sept lCih
Banana, hiich nm Penmu.
Bread, rsk 1 Rice, Lag
IJoat Skins, Lalea C7 . Rope, coda 2
Mlae3, Lhls 2S2 Hugar, pkgs 6191
Value Doiueslic....flO,77&.oOi Foreign $ i-i-'-'T
Fob Vidwabu Pobts Per Kilauea, Sept. 13th Kev S E
Biabop, D Porter, Uor Kapena, wire and clnkl.. I K murneit,
Mr Jaeger, J Pico, wife and child, M Pico, wife and servant,
MreApai, Mm Hall, lira Brewster, W Pinehasa Wood, and
about 4u Jerk.
Fob Tahiti Per Pomare, Sept 14lh tiotllrey Brown.
r.,a B. Firlsco-rer ?ilV of Mrlbourne. Fept lsth
Mr Bivl Misa Hornhell, J II Copenhagen, Dr J M Brown,
Mra Hamilton and children, Urtiia Abel, Mr. Lyon, Kea
Hong, lion II M Whilnry, air aim ar rect-ies, ir j o
Mci.rew, wife and child.
Fbom W'KDWaao Ports Per Kllanea, fJepl ISih P Hale
kuahiwi, F A fchaeler, Cha Hall, W P Woo.1, Mi Moono
hu J Marden, UtJll Hmiih aud daughter, Chas II Hopkina
and wili-, W II Peebles, Mr Roberta, Ms A Makee, Mis-Ka-nea,
Mi-ta E I.ipoa, Mr Achu, Mr Jaeger, wile and child, D
Kamaiopili, Kia fcahaolehia, and 43 deck.
A Pawaa, near Honolulu, Sept. l&ih, to the widow of ihe
late Jas. L. Ixwia, a son.
Fwrc In Una ciiy, Sei.tejnber 16lh, Cokhf.i.d Wil
tlsi, iulanl son of D. K. Fyfo, E;i. , aed 4 monihs.
The City of Melbourne orrivel y ester J ay, a Jay
ahead cf acLcJule time, rppoitiog tLirteen anJ a
half days from AacklanJ. We are indeLtei to tbe
Furaer for files.
Tbe principal item of news is tbe niurJer of Com.
UooJencugX of II. B. M. ebip Jdi7, anJ two of
tbe eeauien, at Santa Cruz Islanl, on tbe 12th of
August last. Tbe CommoJore lanJeJ on tbe ialanl,
accompanievl by ome officers and men, in bores of
conciliating tbe natives anJ opening a friendly in
tercourse with tbem. Ia this be haJ apparently
aucceeJeJ, until j reparations were niaJe to embark,
when an unproTokeJ attack was made by tbe natiTes.
anJ tbe Commodore and G seamen were woun Jed with
arrows. Tbe three deaths were from tetanus. This
is tbe same bland at which Lishop Tatteson was
murdered four years since.
Tbe Commodore determined, aft.-r returning to
the ship, that he would 6heT bU disapproval of -this
treachery by simply burning the houses of the vil
lage near which the attack was made, and gave most
explicit orJers that no life should be taken, directing
blank cartridges to be fired to warn tbe natitea away
previous to the men landing.
By thia arrival we have telegraphic news from
Europe to Aug. 27, as follows :
August 13. The insurrection on the northern
frontier of Bothnia is of a serious character. 20,
O00 Turks are operating against the insurgents r.t
Tbere are apprehensions of a religions war be
tween the Moslems and Christians.
Lonpov, Aug. 20. Tho Uoyal yarbt A7,e,f,
with the Queeu on board, when crossing Iroia
Cowes to Gopport, ran down tbe yacht Mlstuloe,
and three persons were drbwneii.
The New Zealand loan of X4.000,00i) has been
officially quoted on the .Stock Echange.
August 22. The representatives; of linssia. tier
many, and Austria bad an interview with the Porte
collectively, and counselled moderation. ' They
aked for facilities to communicate with the insur
gents at llerzegovina to recommend their submis
sion to the Turkisn Government.
London-. Ang. 23. The Porte accepted the pro
pea's or the representatives of Kussia. Austria,
and Germany, to send foreign Consuls to advise
the insurgents of Bosnia and Herzegovina to lay
down their arms, and submit their case to via.
The Pacha baa appointed a special Imperial Com
missioner. August 24 tb. England, France, Italy, Russia,
Germany, and Austria have collectively made propo
aals to the Porte in regard to the insurrections in
Bosnia and Herzegovina, which were telegraphed
yesterday. Turkey is concentrating a large force
near Missa, in consequence of the attitude of Servia.
1UO.00O of the Servia militia have been called ont.
August 27th. Hussein Arni-pacha, the Minister
of War, has resigned the office of Grand Vizier.
A conflict between Turkey and Servia is strongly
Garibaldi has requeued Menotti to open subscrip
tions for the wounded Herzegovinians
SM IWIPAV, Stll' I h.MISHIi IS.
.We Am: jlenp.-.J t c able t note a now cn-tf-rt
rizc n f.x,t a nll.c hut rJveiuent to le
carried out lj private rartief. A joint etoek
oaiijinny is bcin farmed fr the purpose of
lrinsin, t!.c wat. r in r ijes from the Pi nncif
Kiuewai, u the plain above Kauioiliili, down to
the srafide. The ej.ring named is a never-failing
,ne, atid tl.e wati-r b.ila out in abuilance and
ot. reiii ukal.lc purity and cuohiess, from an ov.-r-
bangiiig rji k A ancient l.xva hiruiatiuii. It is j
lirnt.nl on the Jai. i of 11. 1J. Iluth Keel.k.d.ini,
and wnf a tavuiite retort as a bathing place; by j
the chief in the tune of Kainehaineha I. This
fulitiiboii Mvtter-wurku proj.ct is in the bantLt of
a eiitlr-ni:m of known energy and publie spirit,
and when afeninplii-hed it will greatly enhance
the value ol land at Wnikiki fur seaside re-i-deneee.
At present, those whu go there with
their faniilu s to spend thw heated term arc rom
pelled to daily bring their tupplies of drinking
water frotu the city.
The Uaz'iln pretends to have discovered,
through the retiearelies of a correspondent, tliat
the IJoard .f Health, as now constituted, it an
illegal body; but the eorreepoudeiit, with more
fairnem than the editor, credits the Advertiser
with having iii.ted out the fact. The Fame
correspondent however makes two incorrect state
ments. He Fays we Fhoulf have limited our
assertion as to the illegal organization of the
Board to that of the present reign only. A ref
erance to our Lies nhows that the Board consisted
ol Lve members in 1871, and that the Advertiser,
in dune of that year, called attention to the fact
of its illegality of course, without eliciting any
notice Irorn the then government. But on the
reorganization of the departments un Jerthe last
reign, the Board wae made to conhist ol but three
member, in accordance with the btatute. Under
the present reign, it was again increased to five.
The other error into which the corrtf pondent
has fallen is the rtatement that the present eo
ralled Board of Health are not responsible for
the lersccutioii" prosecution J ol Dr. Aloha
beer. 'Hie fact is that the prosecuting officer
distinctly ttated in court and elwhere, that the
prosecution of that case was by the Fpecial di
rection of the Board of Health.
While on this mbjot it may Imj well to correct
another imVetatement of the Uazfttr, to the cfl'ect
that the Board has been making 4 eflbrts to sup
press the belling of mediciues without a license."
It i.-i tlie -practice of medicine without license,
including the giving away of medicine, that tle
Board is anxious to suppress.
kJOME eapient maliluni, writing lor the (iazetfe,
fixereites his puny jwwer in trying to ridicule
the idea of the government providing a new
inter-island steamer. We can w ish such a would
ie. marplot no worse punishment than to be con
demned to travel from i.-land to island on n
railing vessel for the remainder of his days,"
His tirade is destitute of argument, and is there
fore unanswerable; but it is made up of inuendoes,
of lamentations about the de ; esed state? of
business (which however he (-hows to be brisk
for the sailing coasters who are to be " frozen
out") and doubts as to whether we shall ever get
reciprocity, and tu-rtfore be pronounces it absurd
and unnecefcFary to build a steamer. If anything
might be considered Furprising that appears in
the G'azitts, it would be matter for astonishment
that the editor could admit mich renselees twaddle
into its columns. ,
It must Im; a very email and inconsequential
minority that to-day can be found to oppose the
project of building a new pteamer for the inter
island trade and building it here, and at once.
The arguments in favor of the enterprise are bo
obvious and sound that it eeenis like stating self
evident propositions to repeat them. If business
is dull, nothing is more calculated to kill it out
right than to curtail our means of rapid commu
nication between different parts of the country.
Placing a commodious and reasonably fast Bteamer
ou the route between Honolulu and the other
ports of the group is like making a good road
where before was a comparatively impassable
desert. The proposition that good roads enhance
the wealth and promote the p- Dsperity of any
country, is as old as civilizatio- itself, and the
principle holds good here. Cuick transit as
sured, bringing the" producer within reach of a
market, is that which only will stimulate agri
cultural enterprises. It is often declared, and
with truth, that the resources of these islands
are but in the infancy of their development.
Inter-island steam navigation must be the active
agent in promoting that development. The ad
ministration which shall actively identify itself
with this enterprise, will have given a new and
abiding impetus to the prosperity of the whole
THE WATER JJUPPLY AGAIN..
For drinking purposes there is a vast difl'erence
between spring water, which issues directly out
of the ground, and the water of a river, running
stream, or lake. That of the former is pure,
imbued perhaps with some harmless or beneficial
mineral, while the latter is generally tainted
with organic matter, held in solution more or
less perceptible. The results of innumerable ex
?riments are on record to prove this, only one
of which however we have at hand for reference.
A scientific commission in England (reported in
the Lanctt) says of the water of Loch Katrine,
taken from one of the mains of the city of Glas
gow, that one million parts contained putreseible
organic matter corresondnig to 0.13 parts of
ammonia, and the result surprised every one.
The water of New liiver, from which a rart of
London is supplied, Fhowed 0.09, while that of
the Ihames, higher up, exhibited 0.20 tarts.
When the present reservoir was built, some
fifteen years ago, from which Honolulu is sup
plied, the water to fill it came entirely from a
fine perennial spring, that bursts ckut of the
ground soae twenty feet above the bed of the
Nuuanu et "earn aud a few yards above the re
servoir. For at least two years after the reservoir
was built and the pipes laid, this spring was
found to be ample for the requirements of the
city. But it was ascertained that in dry seasons,
the spring decreased so much in volume that a
eupplenientiry supply was necessary from the
Etreani. A ditch was therefore dug, tapping the
stream just above the Kap?na fall, and leading
down to the reservoir. This was however never
intended ty be used except in seasons when,
from the jiiueity of rain-lall in the valley, the
spring ran so low as to become inadequate for
the supply of the city. But the expedient having
once been, brought into use, those iu charge of
the water works have somehow continued to run
the ditcn 'vater into tlie reservoir, without regard
to circumstances. And so, whether the season
be wet or dry, and the spring flowing its full
volume or not, the water of the stream that
comes down through the cow-pasture is constant
ly pouring its volume of mud aud organic matter
into the reservoir, to discolor aud vitiate the pure
water of the spring. Here wc have the explana
tion of Bwe'plentiful deposit ot toil and sediment
thatiVvp find in our water containers everv day,
nnd more abundantly after a fall of rain. All j
this, however, is uiiiieeveary, and as has l.een
stated, mijbt be av id.-d by using only the water
froin tle erring, excej t of ourse in ti c emer
gency of a dry reason.
We have mure Uian once Leard the inquiry
made as to whether, in laying the main j ip of
the water sujply for a city, there was any pro
vision made by which the probable accumula
tions of mud or otI r matter in the pirs might
from time to time le removed. On inquiry we
learn, that when our water works were con
structed and the main pipes laid down, the poiot
in question was not overlooked. There are two
places on the main that runs down Nuuaaa street,
where are placed what are called ' silt-traps,"
being cast-irjn chambers attached to the pipe
below its level, into which by the eddy of the
water as it passes along, the mud and the more
weighty ol any organic matter in solution would
naturally settle and be retained. Connected
with this trap '' is a pipe and tap, by which,
at proter intervals, the deposit can be drawn oft.
Besides these contrivances Ibr catching tlie eil'.,
the mains at the lower end of Nuuanu, King aL 1
Beretania streets were provided with gates, for
theobviou purpose of removing any accuuiula- J
tions of mud, etc., by occasionally letting the
water flow through. But it is asserted that suc
cessive superintendents of the water works have
failed to attend to the duty of thus cleansing the
pipes, if indeed tfiey were ever aware of t;ie
facilities provided for accomplishing that object.
During the whole period of say fifteen years that
lias elaped since the works were completed, no
one "remembers of an instance when the " silt
traps" have been drawn 08" or the pifiea rinsed
out through the end gates. The one duty which
the superintendents have attended to thoroughly
and promptly, has been the collection of water
Ifow long, let us ask, would such a state of
things be allowed to exist without a radical re
form being demanded by rate-payers were the
Honolulu water works owned and managed by a
private company or coriioration? Not a week
no, nor a single day. People who had paid for
pure water and got instead such a compound as
generally comes through our pipes would, as a
rule, refuse to jay any more, and we opine that
a court of justice would give damages against
such a company for obtaining money under false
pretences, and j?rhapa under the nuisance law
also, for maintaining that which is injurious to
the public health. And can it be that the Min
istry, who are responsible for the acts or the
neglect of the superintendent of the water works,
are not to be held as strictly accountable in this
important matter as would be a private corpor
ation? In this connection it may be remarked, that
public opinion would have been less condemna
tory of the so-called Board of Health than it is
noWj had its members devoted a modicum oT
their time and talents to the subject of pure
water for the eity, instead of hunting up un
licensed or parchment-less doctors.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
rnUiK PKOPRRTl' KNOWN AS BUF-
m FUM'S, Hall, situated on Hotel Street, near Nuuanu
Avenue. For Particulars enquire of
. selS lm. C. II. KOSK.
v FOR SALE.
rilWO COTTAOEN IN M I A mi VAL1.KI .
the second aud third houses above the First bridge, now
rent (or $216 00 per annum.
ONK STORK oa Fort Street, oppoite Lewera & liirkson.
Apply to 11 McDONNA.
P. M. Also for Sale, EXTRA FINK PANTALOONS, at
$8.00 per pair, for Cash Only. selS
200 N.W. TIERCES & BARRELS.
A GOOD ARTICLK.
For sale by
A. W. PKIRCK & CO.
For sale by
A. W. PEIRCE 4 CO.
BEEF & PORK.
Oregon Mess Beef,
Eastern Prime Pork,
Eastern Mess Pork,
tilOR SALK BY
' selS 2m
A. W. PEIKCE & CO.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE !
SEVERAL SMALL LOTS
On the mauka side of School Street
OPPOSITE TO THE ;0YER'MF.T SCHOOL H01SE
ON RKASONAbLK TERMS
irj- For Particulars apply to
JAMES 3. LEMON.
A Letter remains at this Office advertised,
to the address of
Island of Oahu,
The tilfovt named person ia supposed to he
ei.ieJ on board the Jlaicaann brig Omcard, under
the name oj T110S. S. COXXER, as Cooper.
General Post Office, Honolulu, Sept. 17, 1375. selS
M7 JT.X 3D
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REFERENCES To NEAR I. V TWO HUN
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WHITE BALER. Fan Fram-iseo
tOKDOK OOTCH. Sydney. N. .V.
Nriii Eojr-ri ..-. ---Sorm three year ince the
r Co!iii!ii-i :i.-r brought 1mm Cajw Cod to this
Coa.-.t a iiutttl.fr ! b.bst.-rs. the mot of which wete
fnind t i if I-.id ou lh. tr arrival. ;iue thiee or
four Vfrv .-ickly ones which -:irived were tiirued
loos.- oil" the I..-.H !i at S.iii-. lit... .fj faiat
hope uli the pirt if the fiiiii.i--it n.-ra of eer
efinj; or "n-aria; atiaof th.-tii or their i.
YesU-tday. Lowevt-r, a g.-nl! ai.ia bioiight into the
liulltltn oaice a gt-nuiue ? peciui.-u ol thin !.Iicioi.s
sbll fi.sb, sortie isix inches ia l.-iigtb. which b;iJ
been caugbt ia tbe bay. This is cunchi.Mve evi
dence that some at h-t of the descendants of
those originally transported are :Uir and a. this
Ceb knows well bow to take care ot is--If. we ruay
shortly look to see the bay ttocked with them
.Vjt Fraucinco Ltd'.ttiu.
WAY & VANDOORN
BLG LEAVE TO laFORM THK Pl'BLir
of Honolulu, U.at they hare Ui.s slay entered into a
Co-parlnerhip, far the purpose ol rarryitfr oo the
' A K H K X T K K I X G B I' I N' "r .
in all it fcra;!rle- biur taken the HiJ on I it Mfi-t,
lteij ocrup.e.t by od K .11. le-re . ! r , t a:I-ntiur to
luull and fir .-a!iBf, they Iwpe to r.-ee.e a nre of the
H,ia..lulu, Se"pt. 14!h. ISTi. el5
ON OK A Kill f 1'IIK bib OF AI i( l ,
IsT j. a blue di:i(K-l b, -.iiit4.um? M jofuc and .tli.-r
valuable paper, tielonfing to Va.MI F.L A SLI.KS.iN . Cipl.iU
of Aner-OujrJ I" h S.' IVnsae ,la The Coder . l be l.berally
rewarded, upon r.-turu.use sai l bi? a i l pai-er t- thi office,
NO I ICE. ITif VliuxdiHt Bum- Ball
Club niets f..r pru-tice on Tuesdays. Thurlay and aturd;s
at 4 "i p u . 'Mi the eri.und at the rear of the Kerosene Ware
h'Hie. Hnoluiu, Ju!y 17:h, 1ST5. S9.
C1I I lENS AM) EMDEM S OF II O.N O-
l.l'l.l , Vi."itnnr .'riu.i and Mrsciers "eiierllT are
rv.rJ.sllv invite,! to attend PiiWk- Worship at FOKT ST
Clll'KCH. where erri-es are IkI.I every Sabbath at 11 o'cl.Tk,
A. M., and 7 12 P. M. Seal are pn.Tideil for all who may be
pb-asrd to attend. There it a Wednesday erenir.g Prayer
Meeting lit 7 1 i o'clock, in the l.e.-ture rrnini, t-i which all are
welcimie. ap4 ly
MRS. HENRY ROBINSON
JK. CONCEE. T !
At the Hawaiian Hotel
ON TUESDAY EVEN'G, Sept. 21st,
TO COMMENCE AT S O'CLOCK.
TICKliTl-iONK DOl.l.AH KAC1I
UT To be had at the Hotel, Messrs. Whitney and Thrum's
BiH.k.tore. also ol .Mr. Robinson
HKDbKAM M F.-P RT FIRST.
OVr.RTl'RE Pisno nnd Violin lUn.ld
Si i Nil M.ii'Kie's Secret t.'laiiliel
lit r.TT .Mooulibt s K.iry Hour
PIANO Sdl.fl Lb I'Mj-isieiuie
SONO Tell Me My Heart
DUETT I Would That My Heart
MADHIOAL S.ion as I Car.-ks.-ly Strayed.
SONO Viol ui Accniupsniiuent
DUETT Wandering Jew
. . t esta, ISO
ULEB Mark the Merry Elvi
SoNU Com in' Thro' the Rye
DUETT Ah Petdona
SONO Beautiful Uirl of Kildare..
DUETT Va?lei Colli
U LEE The Merry Month of May.
. . Weber
IN IUt I.K. KEGS.
I.MIK SAI.F. BV
H. H ACKFEI.D Ai CO
FOR RENT. t
THE 1IOCSE LATELY OCCUPIED
tv Mr. S. M. barter, situateil at the eorner of Palace
I'if Wtilk and I'u.i. lilif.wl Sis possession given iuiuiedi
ately. Apply t the
se4 MARSHALS OFFICE.
FOR RENT, SALE OR LEASE !
t'dTT AGE A N l P REMISES A V
!!j iiresent occuoied bv Col II l'r.-n.brirast. 11 Bint l'l
LiJi. Kukui Place. Eniiiire of
MMS WALTER R. SEAL.
FOR SALE !
A DESIKAIII.E IIOCSE &. LAND
in II I LO For Sale.
For further particulars apply to
au21 tr JAMES TAYLOR, Houolulu
TO LET OR LEASE !
THOSE I) ESI R A ULE PRKiMISES ON
Alakea Street, formerly occupied by A. P. BRICK
WOOD, Esq. For Particulars apply to
1l J. S. LEMON.
riMIAT VERY DESIRABLE DWELLING
and Premises, No. 15U Nuuanu Avenue, containing par
lors, dining room, bedroom, dressing room, China ami clothes
closets on first floor, basement under all ; three rooms on
second floor, kitchen and pantry connected, also with basement
beneath, bathing and washroom, carriage house, stable, fowl
house, &c, in order. Apply to J. 11. vtoou
A LSO The Cottage and Premises adjoining, with six
rooms, kitchen, bathroom, servants room, store room, stable,
ai d carriage house. aait ti
A GOOD MILKER, ONE W HO UNDER-
m stands andean practice the humane method of " break
ing" or traiuing heifers or steers. None other need apply to
S. N. EMERSON, Waialua. Oahu.
Or, on the Mokuleia Hulter Ranch, to T. K. Cook. Fair wages
are offered to one of t he above description. se4 .it
PATRONS OF THE ABOVE ESTABLISU
nient and the public generally, are hereby notified that
the business will be centinued as formerly, until further notice,
for the benefit of the estate of the late proprietor.
WILLIAM P. BOY II
Honolulu, Sept. 31, 1875. se4
MRS. HENRY R0EINS0N,
riEACIIER OF Ml'SIC AND SINGING.
I auvl 2ta 33 ALAKEA STREET.
VTEV AND FRESH RECEIVED PER D.
11 C. MDRRAY.
FOR SA LE BY
BOLLES ti CO.
HOKE LIME BV THE D. V. MI RRAV
11 RECEIVED THIS DAY. FOR SALE BY
-lK..IOIIN RITSON HOLDS MY POWER
iM ol Attorney and will attend to my business during my
abence from the Kingdom. Mr. CHARLES M. COOKE Will
act as Salesman. E. P. ADAMS.
Honolulu, July 2-1.1, 1S73. 1000 2ui
WHEREAS. I lie uBilrrinrd tli.l.oiilhr
7th day I June, l7f, apKint His Roval Highness the
PRINCE W. P. LELEIOllOKU to be my Agent for the care
and management of all ray property, both real and personal,
within this Kingdom, notice thereof is hereby given to all
whom it may concern. U- KEKLIKOLANI.
Honolulu," July 10th, 1873. 9s8-.1m
Per Ceylon, direct from Boston!
THALEMEN'S OARS, FROM 1 O FEET
to 22 f.et tomr, of the best quality.
For sale by (auU) BOLLES & CO.
. LADIES, ATTENTION !
HAIR WORK OF ALL KINDS DONE TO
order at Sau Francisco prices. A few Switches, Curls,
Pompadours, Waterfalls, etc., for sale cheap.
Lessons given in Wax Work, Hair, Flowers and Fancy
Work of all description.
Tel. graphing taught in all its branches.
Funeral Wrealhf, Crosses, etc., chemically preserved.
The patronage of the ladies from the adjacent islands solicit
ed. All orders will receive prcinpt and immediate attention.
MRS. C. J. MURPIIV,
ell tf No. H2 Fori St., Honolulu.
rip HE I NDERS1GNED llJVE, ON THE
! first Day of April, 1S75, entered ioto a Co partnership,
under the name and style of J. H. BKUNS : CO., for the pur
pose of carrying on the
Caoprriug nutl Gouging Buinr
In all its branche-, and solicit a share of the public patronage
Shop No. 22 Fori Siren.
J. H. BKUNS,
II. liRl liK.
Honolulu, June 12. 1S70.
mliE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY NOTI-
fied that JOSEPH DUCHALSKY has no authority to
S.-II any Leather or material made at the KALAUAO TAN
NEKY, nor to incur any expenditure on account of the sime
except through the uudersi?i.el
Honolulu. March 17, IS71.
OREGON SUGAR CURED HAMS,
4 FRESH LOT.PER.I.A.FALKINBI RG,
For Salt- Clit-n) by
CASTLE k COOKE.
a a 7 2m
FUFSII LIME. JI ST RECEIVER,
per - I. C. Matray," aud f. r mle at lowest markrt
. r All rN.
FRIEL & LAINE
FORT STREET. HONOl.t I.C. NO-
TO ALL LIU I K- O
that they will Ni T .-xpef nnv liri.crie Iiy any
' Ar.i'in 1 :Uf H.nn v.--w-l l.nt WILL IIAVK
EX CLARA BELL
S T TtZ J. ILVE 33
A L4ROF ASOKTMINT OF
PURE AND FRESH,
llirert friitu tin nmiiiifiirtuivii, mi.l lotwurj.-.l by
Kail an.l .-'luin itisi.lf . TWO MONTHS Irom
Kiirupt. I'ngli-li law iu ikes it itnpf raliv-e upon
I lit- S. ll.-r if (toiiils that nil Sii--rt. .MiiHlar.ls.
tJreum ol T:trliir, Sinin. IVpper, Ktc. Ftc. iF
t'VUK nt so lunkeil, hu.1 JF NOT Fl'HK no
mark to that tfiTt appear- Fe7it Stt. Our
( 'oiii'i'i'' in jart :
O. (1 Ex. Flour. Uraharn Flour,
Corn Mal. Cra.-ked Wheat
Crushed Wheat, Oat Meal,
Smoked tlx Tuiigues,
Pickb-.l Hheep Tongue,
Fresh Markerel. In tins,
CALIFORNIA COMPANY'S CRACKERS
OF ALL KINDS.
Srfi.toti Pilot Bread iii cases and quarter rases
Cutting's Table Fruits of all kinds,
Cutting's Jnuis and Jellies, pickles Etc.
Sluff.-d Peppers, Queen Olives, Hurel's S-iU.I Oil.
A Splendid Article for Young Children.
EDAM AND CALIFORNIA
l ain. Hams and Bacon,
Pails Lard, Tiua Lard,
i iiaut Cement, Prestou'a Sugar of Lemon.
Oeorge'a Codfish, Sea Moss Farina,
Cutting's Lunch Preferves,
E roam's Ess. Jamaica Oinger.
PICKLED OYSTERS !
Butter Jars, from 4 lb to 20 lbs
Onions, Potatoes, Oats, Bran,
Urouod Barley, Middlings,
Extra White Maccaroni, Vermicelli
Hf. Bbls. BOSTON CLEAR PORK
Extra Mesa Beef, in bbls and hf bbls.
Salmon Bellies in li, 20 and 25 lbs. kitts, etc , etc
HE SHALL RECEIVE EXIUIiAIIElL
Candied Citron, Lemon aud Orange Peel,
Moore's Chocolate and Milk, in hf lb tins,
ORYSTALIZED FRUITS, asstd.
in heavy glass bottles, extra quality.
Extra Sultana Raisins in 0 lb. and 12 lb. jars,
Eleme Figt in heavy glass bottles, extra.
CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S PIE FRUITS 1
These Pie Fruits are super.or to any other brand.
Cox's Uelatinr, Isinglass,
UKOUND SPICE, warranted Pure and unadulterated
Celery Seed, Macaroni aud Yermicelli in tins
Pearl Barley and Uroats injins.
Pickled Walnuts, Pearl Sa" io tins,
Symington's Pea Flour ia 1 and i lbs. tins
FISCHER'S STRASBURG ASSORTED
thee t ruffed Pates are in yellow st n? pr.ts, inclosed in tin.
and very much letter than any other brand
Nabob Pi. k lei, Nabob Sauces,
Tins Scotch Red Herrings, German Herring.
METT WURST Sausage,
Oxford Sausage, in round and square
Table Salt in bottles and boxes,
Crosse & Bhvk well's Sauces, asstd
Nutmegs, Mace, Cinnamon, Cluves, AINpice
Truffles du Perigord, peeled, io bottles.
Raspberry Vinegar, Cbauipitrnons,
Trnffles in tins
M I S II ROOMS.
VORK II A MS, EXTRA.
DURET'S AND LUCCA SALAD OILS !
Warranted to !e PL'RK Olive Oil, a Lrellr letter
CHOCOLATE M ER R I ER Genuine
Crarkel Cocoa. Cocoa Shells,
Sardines, half and quarter tins
BESIDES LOTS OF OTHER GO
AND mESII A KTICl.tS,
TOO NI MEKolS TO SPECIFY
"77"o Invito r. Call.
FRIEL & LAINE.
1ST RECEIVED FROM TAHITI, EX
br.g VY II ALL N,
Superior Iron Wood,
y r Will burn longer and ?ive reatrr heat than any other
kind of wood. N. rfiiing in town a patch upou it il is the
kind. For Sale at Reasonable Rate by
auT S. C. ALLEN.
ANEW LOT OF THE L A V R E N C E FAC
torv an atHortment of Number r.vej per Crlon,
and f"r sale low by i.auU B'JLLLS CO
CHOICE & FRESH GROCERIES
CLARA BELL, STEAMERS, AND CEYLON !
EIGHT-CARD. BOSTuN lYIATCHES !
X O "XW TNT 13 rt 53
KEROSENE OIL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY,
IN I'tlbM AND MU.I.K N.
Dairy Salt, 10 lb. Bags, Boston make.
A Fine Assortment of Stationery, Ox Bows,
Shovels, Spades, &c., &c..
Axe, Oo, Hoe, Adz and Sledgo Handles,
Copal Varnish, Assorted Paints in Oil,
A Good Assortment of Shelf Hardware !
To Arrive per Steamer,
A FINE ASST. OF BEST ENGLISH PRINTS!
Cloths, Cassimeres, Waterproofs, &c.
Cliromo Picturo for Scrap Hooks.
TO BK FOUND AT I.OW HA 'IKS
.JV"- vT--i : - , T1raL-.'-.5K' v ,Fl. 'sw .- ..-. i- iw II
W -"Ti mm- im - " "-iii ir i i - '- -
THIS HKALTII-CiIVIN(i, IJiTi-SA VIN; ,M I-DU.IN K IS A I'OSITIVK
DISEASES of Hi LIVER,
, i mi ii rs oi tuv bk;i:stivi: oit;As !
If aflbrds iiniaediate r-l if, anJ fnnii tm'. to six Lollies (nrror.linfr to t ! verify nf Ifie
tae,) will etiert a i-nrt. It is of tli utmost aiiiorlan-' lo intn i n tli liiimnti
frame in a .ttate of healllifuliicv s l.y :iv -i? Iinj tin ovt-r ol 1 tioti, nnJ ly
urpinfj the alisorbeuts into a lieallliy a. tioii, Ly uliii li incaus all iiuniiiilifs
are expelled from the system without the aid of inii-r;tl poisons. Tlii
ran Le arroinpli: heil il you will partake ol that !-ireii'lh.fiviuf'
and invi'joraliiif' (xti irtlt iu yt tiltt ) Medirine
Itiirl Iyspcpsiii Vu v :anl l.ivn In viornf ir I
liy its potf-nt and spely anion tiuii llic Dltf.ilivc Irg ui. mul il lulling uimI alifiiltM-iiiiia; IL
btoniar-h and buoying up tlie cy-lem, at the- ifaiii liiiK- iiuitinfr tit live finin lU Moil.iil atate, an. I by
(fi-iilly lelaxin tbe bowel, the ititl ami their I iiiriie.i;tl fnnrli.iiis Hie ieie-.-i froio iinht-alllir
sfrrelion. 'There U no uieilii ine mt fitle, Mire uml t ilicaeiou, m
Burrs lyscpsi:i iUivv :uil iAvvv In vipcM:iloi
which at ottre rr.mbuH willi ulel roiKjuem DV&flJ'.-WA. L'M.V ' II i'A'l K N an.l I'll.K!, ami
I heir nil. tnl ml eil.
As tuaiiy are not aware from whal lly i-i.t utis.-s, il 1 I In m. I1 ulv i.tLle lo inenliuii thai in muiii
inslaiireft it will affect the patient with pain at lh pit of the Hi.ni.n li. r aitwij li iinligeaie. fooj (a
sort of pulp in a tate of fermentation), Sick lle:nU (ie, Il. ai ll.niii. U ul. i l.ra-h. I'moi iu Ihe Sije uikJ
Hreartt, Bad Tns.te in the Mouth. Foul ToiiK'ie, Ari.lily of the ,lom u h. l.om i.f Sleep nih Appelitf,
WearinesH. Faiiitnesa, Vertigo. .Sinblen HiuiheH, t.'hills, ami the Nerve I'ubiir l.efiitnea nhilierei). In
fart every Organ yrupalhi.eH to aoine extent willi a ili-oi.erei s'lom tt h. uml lypepi o-lgna lam
pant. Many there are who iinngine lhry are in r..ii.iiinili..o who Lave a h' Kltij ( .uti. ait; liielau
rholy, Lor titling on hypochondria, tmre Lerlif flui-li, uu-iitul ami .hyie debility, Ac, all of wl.lrb
are "Iipposed to be the premonitory Hyiiiptous of iori"nnilioii. when I hey rr really and truly trie
evidences that you are afflicted with lypepia.
Hurt's Iyscpsi:i iUiva smtl iAvcv In vior:ifoi
is tbe antidote; it speedily countaracts and removes tlii-. di-e;t-e, ami if you will pet never in lukitifr It
for a short time, a permanent cure will be the result. IVi-oiih -ntreiin from CONS! I I'A'l KIN will
experience relief by occasionally 1 iking a Jo- tl thi Vegetable Medicine. It imparl a healthy con
dition to the bowels and interlines, eradicates corruption and impui ilies of-lhe yi-m, ami futnisjes if
with new life. The mot aggravated case of I'ILI1 nl ie:nitly ruerniiib lo Ihe rnraiive prnpeitiea
of this medicine.
Many living witnesses are willing lo be i.-l.-it.'.l to. w ho had draw n on n iiiii-i fLle st.ice for
years, who have been entirely cured by this exh uoidinaiy Medicine. In a w.rd.
Hurt's lycsi:i Curt" :iiiI Kin r ln isol ator
places all the avenues to lieallli in a aiil:ny condilK.u. by
rXIioiH3ii liI.y I uiirvinr t lilood I
Hence it i.s that all cutaneous eruptions and dies-es r.f the kiu, Teller ."-'alt l.'hi tnu, Kingwoim, and
their kindred romplaiiil.s, ate eradicated Ly its n-e It tenders the km clear, tt and ti unsparent,
transforming Ihe sallow complex inn into one .f ftehties uml juvenile bloom. Il being a tiiild rathar
tic, elderly people will nnd comfort by its occasional use, as it is mild in its operation, and is not
unpleasant to take. In ronclu-ioii,
Rnrt l j sprpsiii Vnvu :iiiI Iiivt r lnvionilor in
' not :i rVostrntn,
but is prepared from a formula of a legulaily educaled uml ditiugui-hed l'hy-it ian. who onatautiy
pretfiibed it in his family practice 4illi Ihe hj) ie-t ienlN. In plai iug Ihis medicine befoie lb
M.lillC the til'oorielots do o wilh the 111 lie. --t ColilideliCe th.it its II e Will be atlelidi'd with nucceaa evru
in Ihe tuowt severe cares. Its uiitiirtiue Micces- nun.
daily receive fmln Iho'-e who have been benefited by its li-e. cause Ihetn to believe that Ihey at
orfering a Medicine which i wilhoul an efpial fur the cmplaltils for which Ihis lecommended.
That Unit's hy.-pepr-ia Cure and Uver luvigorator is the be-i Medicine in the woild, la the universal
testimony of tbo?-e who have used it.
LET THOSE WHO ARE
and -urh will be their testimony. f..r they will be cured
Cure and Liver Invijrorator and you wili be happy
MEW GOOB5 !
CASTLE & COOKE'S.
li tr their Itiends. and Ihe lavorabte lealimoiiy Ibey
AFFLICTED TRY IT,
.- ave your doctor bill ; use L'url'a lpepala
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
onto. fol tho Hnwaiinn lolnndo.
STR TL j5-
- .uv, !', hi cil I
-- cajK-r, etc., etc.
ao m jskCII ANT