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BY C. S. BARTOW
4 'XTixIlVLiXV'Ig '-'
BEM, ESTATE AT
hutrm-lfil tn Srll at PnJi-' ' A'-hht'
ON TUESDAY, -October U9tb,
At 12 ocla-s m.a, i.n f (.rrotiin, the
PROPEKTV K0WA AS BLTFLM HAIL
Mllaalral llslrl Ulrerl.
Fur particulars s to Title, apply tn A liartarrll K.
and fc further iiiniUHi, in C. II.K"e, a( Ur. M ild-r'.
will also he 4d at 10 o'clock, A. .
The Furniture of Said Hall I
Con litis g ,
i.v - 4 Jt
C'balr. Krarkra, I .n p:
J- ..T, r. jj .. CfcmJrilerj
ONE COOD PIANO FORTE !
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ViKliCT V OF OTIIKK AKTH'L KS.
C. S. BlRTOW. Aact'r.
VALUABLE REALE STATE
By Order of the Hon. Board of Education,
I shsll aril at public auction.
On Saturday, November 14th, 1875,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, .,
At the front entt ace of ALIIOLANI HALE,
; Uoootclu, Oahu, at ao
; UPSET PRICE OF S3.000 !
Aft tbe rifht. till ar.d interest of tbe Board of Education in
' acd to the tare tract of Land known aa Ike "
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU !
nirt ATED Iff TIIC DISTKICT Of WA'LCKT,
: Oa tin Island of Maul, II. I. ' - . .
tlili eileosfTe aod valuable tract of land, centrally located be
tweea Kast and West ataur. eotnprtoes an arcs of from- -
. Sixteen to Twenty Thousand Acres,.
iWrnl (feuMtod of which la good arable laud f capable of
fM-oStabtP cohiratioir tut tair caoe aod other anricuMrml
oradscU attooh a aofficirat wtr-upply be at any time avail
able tor Irrif aUon. while a much larger extent la well aaUA!
U (raaiog parpoaea. .
The above proferty will be aoU, iabjct to'a leue baviog
He ft a jet to ro. Title Uaral Fateait. .
tor fartbe partlualara enquire of the Secretary of the Board
- - " C. . UARTOW. AaelV.
Il-xkUalu, A acast 10,1371. .' -.
A I JIO. A S M A 1,1 I N V O ICK tIP
FINE BUTTON and CONGRESS
JUST RECEIVED ' v
por CD "V 2T II H. 33 l0r HJ.EI t
PHILADELPHIA BOOT & SHOE STORE,
Cararr ef Frl mm Mcrrbaal SlaC'
k2& IRA RICHARDSON.
"Til G LONt) LOOKED FOB .'BOO K ,IliS
: i Misw Bird's : ?
Hawaiian Archipelago !
APEW rOPIKSJI'STBKCKIVKD FEB
CYPHRENEti, PRICK riV lOLLAR3.
Ala. Aeielher Flue Large Callreiiam at
BRADLEY & RULOFSON'S
CELEBRATED PHOTOGRAPHS !
in rabioet aise, and a few coplea of
ELAINE and the LATE W. C. RALSTON
in Imperial aise, and
'-'Arcona and Officers, -;-
o4 U.Ai R.' ME I) LEV to B-t time.
CaB early fur Choice Ht-leclion,, or tend order which wil
hare Immediate atleotion. The following la a liat of cabioeU
Hia Majeaty Kalakaua, Ilia Majeaty and Suite,
Uia Kx.J. U. DuminU, Ilia f.x. i. M. Kaprna.
V C. Ralstoa, Capt. fikerrett. Baron von Ribnit.-s,
- AraaaaaJ 0cer, & R.'a Medley. Palace Hotel, ,
rUaine. Alice Doncioc l.togard, Dickey linard,
Alice aod Dickey aa "The Orphan,," Canny Daveoport,
Miae Pmteeaan, Jennie Lee, Riarorl, Anna Biabop,
IX Maraki, Maagie Moore. Williamaoo, Emeraoo,
May Uowrd, Florence Colville, Meilaon, J a,. Lick,
liana Christian Anderson. J. V- Morae. Joaquin Miller,
H. J- Moatafue, Mra. Jodah, The Uirarda, Penaacola,
C. Maaaey, and other, many of tbena ia aerer! atylra.
Order from the other tloJ for embineU left to my e lection
wilt be fitted at S-UO per hair doaen, or $7 60 per docen, or
iagle copiea, H eta., and aent by mail, if deaired.
A F EW ALBUMS
Far Caklaele Ilaad. Price 9. tlO, 15.
KSPECTEd' PER CLARA BELL,
A VERT LA ROB ASSORTMENT OF
which with wtat ia already on hand will afford partie desiring
an eicrltrnt opportunity for selecting. .
Invoice of German and French Goods !
now on the way, aeteeted especially te my order. Special order
American Toys from New York !
ie atao no the way, aod with my San Francisco order, and
variety of Oooda now in stock will exceed the excellent variety
presented last year.
CHRISTMAS GOODS TO BE OPENED
CP NOV. IStbv an BOOKS FOR THK" UOLIDAT3 n the
20ta, so that parties on the other islands ran have ample time
lor their Chrrrtmaa aelectiona
Ppeeincatlons of this assortment will be given nest month.
THOS. C. THRUM,
e2S . MrrehaalNireel.
. CALIFORNIA POTATOES.
TKV'NO FRESH RECEIVED PERD.
iri C MURRAY.
PtiR SAL a! BY
BOLLKS A CO.
Blocks-and Oars! ;
V FULL ASSORTMENT.
For rJe bv . BOLLKS A CO
GOLDEN GATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR !
BAKER'S EXTRA FAMILY yijOURI r .
Received per Murray, aod for sale by
BY E. P. ADAMS.
WEEKLY" CASH SALE !
' i-". - - " iV. ; - - -
: OCTOBER 20th,
At half 9 A. M., at !lrr'i.
AHHOUTM 12 INI?
For PARTICULARS SEE POSTERS
1W GOODS BY niBRI
E. I. ADAMS. Awit'r.
Tiros, g. TiBaimi si
Will lsie la Tlav fr b ) Ft FJi K KB KTF.t M EES,
OK POSSIBLY CABLIKK.
AIM1MTJAI for 1876 !
For Home or Foreign Readers.
PRICE. FIFTY CENTS PER COPY
'III E VERT FAVORABLE RECEPTION
M. which this liand-Book ne. with on its first aj.pearaioe,
and the completed arrangemerta for it general circulation
throughout the Pacific and Kas. em State, through the Cen
tennial Exhibition, Colonies, Australian Steamer and . the
Islands, make it a desirable "advertising medium, for which
limited apace will be devoteiL r " .
It will contain with the Calendar the Time of the Sun's
Rising and SeUing for each day, and the Moon't Pha
ae. Table of Marine Signals, Register of the '
Court, Official and other Officer, BocSetfes,' : . V -aje..
Custom Bouse Tables, Meteorologies ' : "
al Table, List of I.lsod Mosses,
Hawaiian Chronobigtoat Kventa,' - - '
- ''.".' Mission. Register," ' 2
History of the Hawaiian Post Office . . " . ;
BIsfory of the ' CoSfee Industry and Table ia Connection -'
'Tljerewtth, Reminiscences of Neespspers and '
Office of Honolulu, Postal Ta-
We, together with :i . ' .:'
Other Matter of InteresL -"U ' . .
tarly applications for apace ani orders for copies solicited..
Order from abroad biuat include postage (10 da.) and can be
remitted In stamp. AJJress
TIIOS. a. THRUM.
Publisher, Honolulu, II. I.
mm SALMON !
t t ,
' t: .
IN GOOD ORDER & CONDITION.
FIS EC X3C
WHICH CAN AND
WILL BE SOLD LOWER
Anything of the'Kin'd fn trie City
E. C. acCANDLESS,
FISH MARKET STALLS, NOS. 2 A. 3. la
JJ y I. W. CS JL. OJV Kit,
- '-" Corae of Bote! and fort Street. " 11 -i
milE CHOICEST AND BEST tIF ALES.
1. WINES ANl SPIRITS always to be found at the Bar.
ep25 ly "
rtpHE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY XOTI
1. fled that JOSEPH DL'CIIALSKY ha no authority to
aell any Leather or material made at the KALAUAO TAN
NERY, nor to Incur any expenditure on account of the same
except through the undersigned.
J. I. DOWSETT.
nonolalu, March 17. 1873. 860
SUPERIOR FRENCH CLARET,
IN ORIGINAL HACK AGES, QUARTER
and Half Casks, For SaU at
sep254t F. A. SC1I AEFER CO.'s.
TOKAY OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
WARRANTED GENUINE. IN CASES OP
one duaen bouies each. For Sale at
ep254t F. A. SCtlAKFER & CO.'s.
HINA FIRE-WOOD. JUST RECEIVED
. EX BRIQ HAZARD.; ;-v? , .; j
CUT & SPLIT. READY FOR THE STOVE !
"099 AT LOW RATES. g. C. ALLEN.
Oregon Dried Apples.
JUST RECEIVED. AND FOR SALE BV
94 BOLLE3 4 CO.
FIREWOOD! FIREWOOD ! !
I1ROM EAST MAUI. FOR SALE BV
Mr 020 KOLLRS A CO.
- SPERM OIL
"IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT. FROM I Gail'
A l.ui to a barm.
For Sale by
lO.OOO nUK BRICK.
aeI9 2m , A. W PEIRCE a CO.
THE MWAIIM hmm
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
VS. ; BREWER A CUH AGENTS.
'r, Favors We arracgemettts ran always be maJe (or
Storage aod Shipment of .!. Buoe, Wi, Hides
axij otltcr Merhaadoe to -w tUrd, Itoston, New otk aad
otder Eaxtrra) Fart. IT Cib Advanct-a tu l.
o2 1y C. BHKW KR A CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C, BKKIVKR Sl CO..MCEST!.
Merr)andise received STORAGE FREE and
litMrral cah jdvaoces saade 00 shipawnts by this
(o2 ly, C-BBr:Fll A CO
FOR SYOrVKY, . S. W.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Fine Steamship
Ci ty of 7Xelloiiriio,
CAPT. J W. BROWN.
WILL SAIL FOR SYDNEY. N. S. W.,
On or about Oct. 19th!
All Freight intended for Shipment per flram.r, eitlier to
fu Francisco or the Coluiiies will be rereireil in the Meamrr
Wtn-hoSM Free ef Slaragr.
The Agent, will gi,e a Waret.axe-Reeeipt for all M'rcl.an
di', but will not be responsible fur loss t-y Ore.
i L7 Er Freight uul Pasnge, te ylney( New Zeatand ami
Melbourne, apply to
au23 O. BKKWEIt A CO., Agents.
FOR SAt FKAIVGISCO.
The A. S. N. Co.'s Splendid Steamship
WILL SAIL FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
.On or about Oct. 18th !
All Freight intended for Shipment per Steamers either to
San Francisco or (he Colonies will be received in tfae Steamer
Wart-house Free of Star use.
The Agents wi i Kive a Wamou;e-Kereipt fur all Merchan
dise, but will not be responsible for loss by fire.
ly For Freight and Pasge, or any further i.iforaialion,
au2S Apply to C. BREWER A CO., Agenta.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MARCH A NT, I I X S MASTER.
Monday. Oct 18th, 6 P m
...Circuit of Kauai
.. .Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of flawali
...Circuit cf Kauai
Wednesday, Oct 2i tit, 6 p a....
Monday, Nov 1st, 6 pm
Monday, Nov 8th, &pm
Monday, Nov l&th, 6 p tn
Thursday, Nov 25th. & p m
Monday, Nov mth, o p tn
Monday, DeeCth, 6pm 4. ..,..-
Monday, Dec 13th. & p m
Wedneaday, Deo 22.1, & p m
Monday, Dec 271b, 6pm
trr When there are no cattle to land at Maalaea Bay, an
effort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday P. M.
arr On down Triis the Steamer will not leave Kaalualu until
9 A. M. or later; Wakeoa until 0 A. M. or later; and Maalaea
Bay until 8 A. M. or later, without due notice or any change
being given. .
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai f a 00
" Lahaina, Maul c oo
" Maalaea, Maui 7 00
Makena, Maui , 8 00
" Mahukona, Hawaii 10 00
' " Kawaihae. " 10 00
-'. Kallua, M WOO
' " Kaawaloa, u 10 00
' " Hilo, " li &0
' " Kau Coast " 15 00
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip 32 00
To or from any Port on Kauai...... 8 00
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip. 1'2 Oo
Deck Passage for native only
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS ,AI THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible far baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless rcceipteo tor.
FREIGHT MONEY DUE ON DEMAND!
n-r An effort will bewiade to have the Steamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL Q. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder & Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
j ; fa;tfjf .-M6s.- ? t t -
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAHAINA.
a m. J
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
B. D. CRANE, Master.
WIIIBawBfgwlarli between This Port nJ Labalna,
v LEAVING - ,
nonolilsSgtardajjand Labalna every Wedaesdajs
9i8 8m"' .- H. HACRFELD ft Co.. Agents.
XXI A.TJ A. X
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA.
A. M A I
.:. BOLLKS, MASTER,.
Will have Regular Dispatch for the above named Ports, on
and after the 6th of November next, until further notice. , . .
Freight and Passenger taken at the Lowest Bate. 2
962 BOLLES A CO., Agents.
HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS,
TUEIR HARBORS, AGRICULTURAL RE?OURCE3,
""J PLANTATIONS, SCENERY, VOLCANOES',
CLIMATE, POPULATION, AND
A; MAP, A FULL INDEX, ' 1
REFERENCES TO NEARLY TWfi'llUN
iDRKD Topics of interest, or places to be visited in this
. . . . t-i - h . ' t 1
This Really Valuable Hand-Book,
CONTAINING 144 PAUKS,
SJliould be" in the Poppeppion
Kveryone intemlinr to visit tiis Group,
or 'seeking ?n forma titn rfmf( the Tsl
antfj. It gives just tie itiforma
tioifirarited by tourists ami
immigrants, with cost of
Traveling, Living, Lands, &c.
PRICE, SIXTY CTS.
,. - Mailed te any part of the United States or Europe,
For 75 Cts., full postage prepaid
n. M. WHITNET, Honolulu. .
WHITE & BAUER, Pan Francio.
OORDON & OOTC II, Sydney, N.P.W.
M1X.K I III I. ! ilJIITK.i
WELL KNOWNPUUNUI DAIRY!
Te THE I'NDKRSIGNED IIAVINfil
purchssetl the well known herd of r 1 I .JI I
iJta2L. JOWf-i from Mr. J. Kichardmn, and also
having teased th Lands known as the ' ' ''
imiTNTII MILK RANCF1!
He is prepared to furnish to customer
PIRE FRESH MILK, I. QI AXTITIES TO Sllf !
. ' -AT- ....... , . , !
SIX Coilts ID ox QTJAHT,
j t FULL MEA?L"RE.UCARANTEED,
Aad Delivered ii the MorBiag aad AfleruuB !
I y To large eustbmere, M-h as HUel ami Restaurant keep
era. hipa of War, ice, U- will make petial Contratts.at
LlW PRICES. -
Order gireo to Jstltwj. who has charge of the Milk Van, or
left at the International Hut it. will be prMnptlr attended to
A SO N O. Proprietor.
aOITIZENH AND RESIDENTS OF HONO-
LI' LI'. TawUne Fne4 o4 Nrtoifrt tj-r : are
cord:Ilv invite.! to aTtrswl -PwhtiC Worship at FORT T
CHl'Rl tl, where wrrves are held every Sabbath al 11 e'eiock,
A. M.. and 1-2 P. M. Jits are pro.iUM tar a:t stu may be
plraaed to attend. Tt.ere k a Wedneaday evening Prayer
Meeting at 1 12 o'clsck, a the Lecture roots, t wktrb alt are
J. S. CURNEY,
cosrenos, T0B1CCO AM cillhrd saloon
N. 19 Monana street, 4 d.wrs bekw K'nir.
Duller ia .SArJ.'.. '. Cora' and fltatrtil Cttrititi
at the Paci"8c.
Pcaetv CaSDics, Cu.ni, ToBv, Ltsuii A ? Wsvva
872 uviK oa
Properties ForSale or Lease
2 TIIKCKLKBKATEIisl'V.iR Lk.Mo
I H A K A L t 1' . ia the bmritt U Hilo. Uawaii
The Land, House, Pasture and Premise of AUAUKEAR,
Kona, Hawaii, containing abuut TOO acre.
For partieulaTs apply to
V-r. W L. UKEEN.
H. MCKFELD & CO.,
EXPECT TO RECEIVE PER
GERMAN BARE CEDER,
SHORTLY DUE FROM BREMEN.
A WELL SELECTED CARGtj
twasistlag ia Part tf tbe Fttliawlagt
A Full Aasorhnent of Prints, all l jIm. tir-w
ant desirable patterns,
WLile "CJttoiiriloi roefs riiHeLong TJI.VIK
1 T "i J A. II. and B. t r i k-;-
Urown uuj lilne CutUin Drill, lirown CutL.u,
iln Cotton." Heavy IVniuos, Hickory Stripes.
Bed Ticking, Turkey Red Cotton, 1 1 .
lilue FUnneU, WbiU Linen, assortetl wiiltbs
Water-prool Cloth, White Moleskin,
','. j '- ' ;
Fine French Metinoa, Uepst, Buckskins,
Fine Cnsyimerea, Htark ami Blue Hroadelotlm,
Mosquito Netting, ; - ! ' w -s
Lyien and Cottoiv Sewing Tbread,""
AUtumlra Bedqilt. - k-"'
A Splendid Assortment of ClothingJi.s" .'a k
: ; Fancy Flannel Shirt; j ' :
Denim Jumper Hiid Overalls.
Fine Merino Undershirts,
Merino Socks, '
Cotton Siwks and Stooking9,
Silk, Linen and Cotton Handkerchiefs,-' ' ,s
- Fine Silk Umbrellas,
? Linea iBh.-Hing. - 1 5 V? s
. . ? a . . .'..-.'. S ;
Assorieil Bui hips and Wor.lpack, Fall "TwinP,
Imj.ei i ll Nuvy Hemp Canvas, So. 00 to C,
: ; Hair aid C'totb Brushes, (nun J. Gosnelt & Vd.
Fancy Soaps and Hair Oil.
Shawls. Bonchos, Fluids, Needlework.
Lockets, Rings, Chains, Ornaments,
; UP. &, P. Knives, Scissors, .J ' i
Ciikscrews, Tinned Spurs, Axp9,
.11: t 1 1 it ' ' - ' ;
Wrapplng and Printing Paper,:-- -
A VERY FULL ASSORTMENT OF
GERMAN. ENGLISH & FRENCfH j
Stearin Candles, Ultramarine Blue,
Epsom. Salts, Castor Oil,
Fence Wire, No. 4, 5 and 6,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, and inch,
Hoop Iron, , J. 1 and I J iucb, Ri?elav
Paiuts and Oils, White Zinc, White Lead, Ac",
Caustic Soda and Palm Oil,
Hide Poison Market Baskets, : :
Broom. Casks and Barrels,
Casks Blacksmiths' Coal,
SOU Tons Best Steam Coal,' : .-' ;. :
Also a few Music Boxes & Regulator Clocks,
A Fine Assortment of Havana Cigars.
English and German Ale,
Bavarian Beer, in qts. and pts.
Champagne, Ruinart pere and fits, qts. Jt pts. I
Champagne, Heidsieck Co., qts. and pts.
Champagne, Thoreau. qts. and pts.
Rhine Wines, Claret,
tr- CJIn in gieu boxes, . -j-. :
Samples now Open at our Office, and Sales made
- ' to Arrive, s
J&T Orders from Other Islands Filled.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
; ' I 'Ibx'pect.. rE ii. '! : 7.
HAW'N BARK R. C. WYLIE
; (SAILED FROM LONDON JUNE 25th.) ,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
WHICH T1JFA OFFER FOB SALE TO IRKIVE. "
QKOCERIES, lllBBltK'S PA I XT OIL,
White Zino, White Lead,
Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Caustic Soda, C. C. Tin Plate, Sheet Lead,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Sheet Zino,
Galvanized Tubs. Fence Wires,
. Refined Iron, White Bros., Portland Cement,
" Gunny Bags', Burlaps Bags, " '-
Printing Paper, Petroleum Barrels.
7 New Oil Snooks, - - - '
Biirtelleaut A' Cos., Brandy, in glass, one to
; ."four Uiaiuond. - '
Biirtelleaut Jt Cos., Brandy in Cake,
Gia in Cases,
i Window Glass, '4p , Ac ,"4:c. "
..... . , , ... . . .
Pn as c or tiii Moo roa tut Moin ir ikioiei,
Oct. 7 First Uuartf-r....
1 34 2
a 4i e
. 33 4
It FuU Moc
21 la.l dvutier
vims or st s aisiu e aKTTiae.
Ort 1 Pun rtae & 14 6 w ; an e!. . ..
l-uriMi iM" tvi VooKt,....
1J fan rises. .....6 4 Sub sets....
f Sna rises 0 1 w; Sua e
liiis ri 6 4 4 Ssstrin..,.
31 sunrise fi 1. 4; huriKi...
t'arr Dawir t Kwitw, Hatbvr Maaaer.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 10.
' It bi j.! rise J Hi KAjcsty tbe Kitij to appoint M
P. Kvlinsou cn Ilu Personal StajS. v, itb the rack of
VGoTernor'f 21ce, Sept. '2$. 1ST&. .
Tt baa pleeJ His Majesty to appoint Oen. Fl M.
.ucvbt as rvuigai t-ommiuucr ut tor iwjn nirr
of Kantehameha I.
It has also pleased His Majesty to make tba follow.
iog promotions : -
The Hon. C. C. Harrie, Knight Commander f Ihe
Royal Order of Kamehameba I., to be Knight Grand
Col. W. P. Allen, Koight Companion of th Royal
Order of Kamehsmeha I., to be Knight Commander.
Governor's Offic. Ort. 9, 1873. ' '
NOTES OF Till: WI5F.K.
The Fall Rains. After several abortive attempts
during the week the "plaiial goJ" got fairly at
work yesterday, and gave us some refreshing showers.
PHECOOior. The youthful Islander ii berehy
reminded, (with our customary effrontery") that
we agitated the subject of the water supply and
talked about the cow-pastare, long before that journ
al was in existence. '. . '
RrPBirvtD. Kahalelepo, who was at the July
term convicted of murder and sentenced to be exe
cuted on the third Friday of the present month. Las
been reprieved by His Majesty until the 'bird Friday
of January next. - ' " r
Comisq Home. By the Vatco de Gama, now due
from San Francisco, several of ahic reaidents ara ex
pected to return Among them Are J. C. Tluger,
Esq., of the house of II. Hackfeld & Co., E. P.
Adams. Esq., Hons. W.'C. Tarke, H. M. Whitney; J.'
Fias JJelu On Friday the 8th tost, at the Irod
Works, the fire alarm bell was successfully recast.
It gives a clear and loud tone, and was on Thursday
last hung in its place in the bell tower.' By notice
elsewhere in to-day's paper from the Chief Engineer
it will be seen that tbe bell will be rung experiment
ally this afternoon. Let as hope it will be rarely
heard in real earnest.
' Mcsic tms AnTBSooN. The band will commenoe
playing at Emma Square at 44 o'clock. Following
is the programme : ' ' .
Wetldin M arch" M wdelssoho
Overtare, Opera, The Italian in Algeri. Boeaitd
Grand Selection, Opera, l.e Pre Aus. Olercs. ...Ilerotd
Morgenblaetten, Walts Straoss
Two aarred nieeea I (a FLherman'a Prayer. Aber
Two sacred piece j (bj Me)lea i.rayer ,., Dhalnian
Soldier Lite, Anstriohan Tattoo, (new). Kela iiela
Some Definitions The Gazelle thinks that in
applying the word vapor " to its' tajk about the
proposed water tank in the valley, we have used
poetic license " . and engrafted a new meaning of
oar own on to the word. Not , at all. See both
Worcester and Webster, where vapor la defined as
" wind; flatulence; mental fume; vain imagination;
unreal fancy." , . " . . .
- Fcbiods Ridixo. Two Chinamen living at Ewa,
were arrested on Sunday afternoon for furious and
k heedless riding, whereby lifo was endangered. A
lA.n.n.,. i I. :i v. . t.:i.i ..vt. .
UVU1UU .W WMU B VUUV. TT 1. 4 V 11U IS Ultl,
on the Ewa road about two miles from - town, when
the two Chinamen, oa horseback and Tiding at a
furious pace came into collision with the ' carriage
from behind, throwing out tbe occupants and smash
ing and overturning the carriage. Very fortunately
no one was serioasly injured. . The Chinamen were
p fined $25 each, and paid for the damage dona to the
carriage. . t '.- -. -a u t
Capt. Hates Again. When we last heard cf this
celebrated person, he was at Micronesia, claiming to
have been converted from the error of bis ways.
Since then be went to. Guam, on the whaleahip
Arctic, Captain Whitney. There be repurchased a
schooner that he formerly owned, and ' sailed away,
having on board seven escaped convicta and a Span
ish " commissary " absconding with government
funds. On the side of the island opposite the capital,
Hayes went on shore for water, and while taking a
bath be was captured by soldiers looking for the
runaways, and carried back to tbe city. Those on
board the ' schooner; seeing this, made sail and es
caped. Having got into the bands of the Spaniards,
who are not given to be merciful, Ilayca may be
considered as near the end of his adventurous career.
' His Majesty's Birth-dat occurs on the lClh of
next month, and we understand that preparations
are already being made among our citizens to cele
brate it in an appropriate manner.' It Is proposed to
have a regatta in the harbor and other amusements.
She programme suggested is tl'm : 1st A raee be
tween sail boats. 2d Foar-oars, two-cars and ama
teur row-boats. 3d Canoe races. 4th Swimming
matches for boys and men. Cth A whale-boat race,
after the return of the sail boatx (kit A foot-race
on the lower part of Fort street The course for
row-boats and canoes to be from the end of the Es
planade to a flag-boat near the bullock-pen and back.
The public may anticipate a fund of amusements. A
purse has been Initiated for carrying out the pro
gramme, the subscribers to which are requested to
; meet at the room of Engine Co. No. 1, on Monday
evening next, at 7 o'clock. - . .
' Its LTistobt. In the case of Stone vs. The Col
lector General of Customs, in the Supreme Court the
jury on Wednesday . last gave a verdict for. the
plaintiff. The amount of the claim ' was email, but
its nature and the history of the case in its various
trials, are cf interest. Tbe claim was brought for a
half of the proceeds of certain opium seixed by the
plaintiff from one Davis, while coming ashore from
the steamship Mikado. last January. Tbe smuggler
was banded over to the police by the plaintiff, and at
once prosecuted and fined. Tbe Collector General
(and on appeal, from him the Minuter of Finance)
regarded the plaintiff as entitled to ouly one quarter
of the proceeds for making the seizure, but not to
another .quarter as the one who in the words of the
statute " gave tbe definite Information which led to
the seizure or induced the prosecution. " After tbe
decision of the Minister cf Finance, the plaintiff
brought suit in the Police Court,' which was dis
mUsed on tbe ground of want of jurisdiction. The
plaintiff appealed to a judge of the Supreme Court,
who decided that the Courts had jurisdiction,' and
remanded the case for trial. The defendant appeal
ing from this decision to the full Court, the decision
was affirmed and the case sent back for trial on its
merits. The Police Court affirming the view of the
Minister of Fioance, tbe plaintiff again appealed to
a judge of tbe Supreme Court, by whom the judg
ment of the Police Court was affirmed. But on a
final appeal to a jury, the verdict was given unani
mously as stated above for the plaintiff. Mr. A. S.
Hartwel! for tbe plaintiff ; the Attorney General,
assisted by Mr. E. Preston, for defendant.
. i i .1
Many young Btitixh naval officers who have
served from six to nrun yvar at sea are being dis
missed the service, as they fail to reach ' a new
standard of theoretical knowledge.'1
noscinr, Octvber lSih, 1T V
7u .'. ii. r v ' t'fir;scr;,'df A Jrrtitcr :
6BThe art; Crtae'lf: if l)m patrajrok
Mahkini " is teally t.o a:nuitig Lr Kfivui cn-
terrrUtioo, as, I J 90u.ll u.d, a&iu Lac hiticrd hint
but tiiit l.e L4.J auruel tj u.iauo lcrUu I a iatc
mcnt if mite with rcgrd U tthcr eovcrnmetit
cctittruttir.jt an I ruotiirf public Wvtk. t wit.
teinicrs, railrvvl. ilc. 1 hae (Malihioi y)
tailed a good deal, about New Zealand acd i tLcr
countries bo hae rtio iieamcr. ra;lwai, Ac ,"
and be would A,inftrtu ie that all governments
asiyt such eiterjrte fcit the gX ot tie -e le, uct
in tbe Wt 0 ut! bin jtl.o rkiftfu on tl.cir own
acooat. bwt'Ia the shat of ibaili, crant o'
land, JteL't, .'' - ' . . -. '
Now MallbinP seed not have informed me of
this; ia fart it I Miafbrotatiua to n that all gvV
ernment do tbi. What I have to deal with and
what I am determined t try and make clear tv the
obfuscated intetlect cf Malibini " U that the coon
try I ft ke c f baa Lt years and is al the fireasct flay
bhtlding and running railroads anJ ether public
enterprise a a butinttt and o thtir own account.
I merely mesttoned ew Acalatxt a being. I wonaij.
ered, ruBklent evidence; tut I will new supplement
it by stating that most cf tbe Australian colonic and
Tasmania are doing Ihe same, particularly Victoria
aod New South Wales. Why, in the former wrAlthj
colony, cf the many hundred miles now in existence.
not one is owned, run, or controlled ty private
enterprise. They are alo1utcly the property cf the
government. The very first line that of tbe Mel-
bourse, lieeloofr aad UAiIsrat railway, liXl muea io
length, one of the fioet works r f engineering In any
country, was constructed by the govrromenl at a
cost. I believe cf acme ilO,U"K) per ruile, and now
stands aa a perpetaal tokta of their ootiTtierolal aaj
political sagacity. So with their water work, and io
early days their steamers, and other msfrnlfioent
fiublie works. -The previncial governments of South
and and Canterbury were tbe first to follow. In New
Zealand, and since then-tbe grcenl government of
tbe colony commenced Bimultaneoufly at various
points a grand trunk yteni, which will when com
plete connect the Northern and Middle IilaaJ bv
over 1000 miles of road. All that remains to make
the connection complete fruta North to South will be
to bridge Cook's Straits, which will be done by
steamers run and controlled by governmentIf pri
vate enterprise does not step iu and provide for that
portion of tbe route. I hope I have made myself
clear this time to ' M&iiniai," aad shown him proofs
which I now challenge him to disprove.
. The building of the steamer being aa urgent neo-
essity and popular with tbe public is no reason why
they should tale stock la iu : llut one reason why
they should not, is that a good many, like myself,
(and perhaps " Malihlbi") Lave no money to invest
in each an undertaking, and do not desire to inter
fere with the legitimate work of the government.
The Legislature did appropriate $80,000 towards
a new steamer, and lie need not be alarmed because
tba money la not In the Treasury; it can be obtained,
and if more than this is required I ara open to a
small bet with Malibiai" thattUotit Legislature
will to a man vote the necessary sum for the building
of avateauier. T . .. ,.. , . , . .. '
I do not think the " schooner rinc could more
effectually drive a nail ia their own coffin than by
having such an advocate as " Alalihini," whose mo.
tifee are ao transparent, and who seeks Io strangle
any enterprise and to retard the progress of the
country by any means, providing be can only get
bis two schooners under weigh again. Hut pathogo
nomlc scribbling or twaddle will remain
.1 . "PMv, solid monajuenls of mental pain, i
The petrifactions of a plodding braia I"
Ilia painful and ludicrous labors will all be thrown
away; his letters to the Gaxttte, indicative of a
most sol ash and neurile kind, will rise up and con
front him when be has attained to years of discre
tion; (L e- bis centeaial) and in again taking my
leave of bim I cannot but think that he is left much
in the same position cf vanity and assumption as
the fly in yEsop's fable, which, sitting on the pole of
the last speeding chariot exclaimed, v bat a dust
do I raise !" Yours, &a., Common Sl.vse.
To the Editor iff thi 1'acific Chmmercud Adcertlatr:
Sir : Now that free expression on both sides, has
somewhat tempered the public feeling in regard to
matters pertaining ta the practice of medicine in ibis
lUtle; place, and, aa n consequence, people have be
come' less Inclined to take extreme party views cf the
ubject, I trust that the following remarks may re.
ceive a share of 'attention, even if they should fall
harmlessly upon tbe obtuser members of a profession
who, bav'rog, as a brotherhood, long since lost tbelr
prestige for pure philanthropy, are everywhere seek
ing to force upon pcoplo by legal enactments and
otherwise, their own peculiar party-claims.
I think it matter cf little surprise that with grow
ing intelligence, there should be beard among com
moners an indignant protest against the traditionary
. a fA!.aiw.
lanu in me loiaiuoiiity ci uoctors.
In this respect the time is par when new light
will deal with them as it ls already done with
popery. As to our local affai I cannot see bow anv
one after investigating the ruAttor cat avoid tba con
clusion that onr Board of Health is little better than
a farce, whose chief end seems to be ty protect to
certain parties a very lucrative buttnttt.y
Under the auspices of this august bod tbe doctor
and his business are sacred. -; ;f,.' ,
1 Under - the prescAt ttgimt he can (and does) re
use ta attend the sick; anless tba case is fitted to tka
following requirements : the doctor's payment must
be guaranteed beforehand; the time and place of visit
must be convenient (unless special considerations be
offered if the case. bo otherwise) ; the patient moat
Lave had none other to attend bim in bis illness pre
viously; if (by unusual accident) the patient owes
the doctor a bill, it must first be paid, or a sufficient
endorser be found; there must be no personal dislikes
between the doctor and patient; tbe sum of which
considerations amounts to this, that if the doctor
feels exactly inclined to attend a patient be docs ao,
if not be simply refuses. Under these circumstances
it not onfrenucntly happens that the sick (the poor)
go without the tkilUU attendance which the Board
holds to be so essential. '
If tbe aick one diet, tbe Board has nothing to ssy
aboat the matter unless be baa been subsequently
treated by some unskilled (without diploma) person,
who may have taken a fee, la which case it becomes
its solemn duty to sustain the dignity cf both the
law and the proftnion. The offender is forthwith
condemned for malpractice or manslaughter. Sup
posing the case to be altered, and tbe aick live, the
irregular practitioner (if discovered) Is fined or im-
Erisoned not of course for saving life, (this would
e too absurd) but for practicing without license,
which amounU to tba same thing aa interfering with
The Board of Health and those enjoying its patro
nage in the matter of license, are perfectly willing
that any one wiahiog to do so, shall prescribe all the
medicine be pleases so long as no charges are male.
t would seem from this, that the danger cf injury to
the patient from the indiscriminate administration
of drugs by unskilled persons, is a matter cf no im
portance whatever, the only consideration being the
fee, which is to be regarded as the rightful property
Only of the doctor. . I know that It may be objected
that, in this matter the Board are only enforcing a
distinct provision of the law, with the making cf
which they were unconcerned. This may be so;
but, there are other laws on our statute books, winch
being opposed to common justice and public opinion,
are allowed to remain unobserved, and the Board in
their actions, at times, have not Lccu remiss in leak
ing such distinctions themselves.
ror instance, tbe law is as distinct upon tbe two
polnU of prpctiional qualification and good uwral
character, ss it Is cn that cf the fee; but while the
latter has been ttriclly otitrted, the fynr.er boa
been entirely ignored.
Ihe Board mast know ihat tbe natives known as
Dr. Judd's students, and also the Chinamen at pres
ent practicing under its sanction, are all totally un
qualified, in the technical meaning of that word. It
baa been Bail that as these licensees received their
icenses under a preceding administration, the pres
ent Board have nothing to do with the matter. Tbe
case of tbe Rev. L. Smith is sufficient evidence that
they have perfect control of such matters, and exer
cise that control when it pleases them to do eo.
When the ex-Ministcr cf Interior, Dr. Hutchison,
licensed the several irregular praetifioacra referred
to, it was doubtless from a knowledge of He insuffi
ciency of the supply of regular practitioners in pro
portion to tho demand for medical ail, and from
purely philanthropic motives. In doing this he sup
plied an acknowledged need with the best material
at hand. To form an adequate Hei of .tba disparity
cf supply and demand just mentioned, a few flgares
will be necessary. Tbe whole Kona district cf Oahu
contains a population cf about lo.OOO, an I affords a
haadaome support to an nvcrage cf from seven to
eight doctors (which of course ruuut be needed)
which makes the requirement, at the least figure,
one physician to -eery 2.000 inhabitants. Tbe re.
mainder cf the population cn this island (about six
thousand) arc without any one but kuhunai to call
upon in case of sickness. Fifteen thousand people,
in the Maui district, are supplied with one medical
adviser, who may be found in case of need anywhere
within a radius cf seventy miles, extending over let
and .and. Kauai, contain iog a population cf six
thousand ia supplied, with on pbywidfiO.Jiii, a
I am informed, in too feeble health to be oVrurbed
by patients at night, or to travel beyond bis cwu -41-mediate
district.; Peopla withiog to consult the doc
tofj have to travel to him from 'lintiure, varying
frcia one to forty miles. Hawaii, with ita extensive
area baa three physicians, and contain abovt sixteen
thousand taaaJbitants . : 4 T
Wt(n tbe fgaree before bin cn ry Uitefff est
person deny the need cf move toe-lieiJ aid Ibaa is al
present furalabed to the tMip!tf thee UUn'sT Or
can any one deny that; In the atewwf woJler.f
phyicUt)i. It was sowrrd pelir to Ticrti wfh Irreg
ular practitioner a were before referred lot
The swssesary manner io whlctt the Iter. L. Kiaiih
was dcs.it with by the Board cf Health will mrnr re
flect way crd..t fm that body. The rise ef 7. I'oli
was a peculiar one; and the patieM would probably
have aucieiKted la spite f tha bxt Mlvis4 treat,
tuent. The result ci euch actio! as this will In all
probability be aw abrogation by the Letlatre cf
the law re go lading the Iraensawg t4 tdiTswlaave; a4
the ocnMqaenae- Hoodies, cf the Wad ty tbf lowest
order of charlalsas from foreign wurtea, - i j
A need is Ml. especially by lb poor and la eowa
try districts; aad Is this weed er the whole eowittry
and shared ty Cfty.wlx tbooaaod people, to be alto
gether ignored for the pecuniary Woe fit cf a few
phTtWan resident la the mrtropt.list ' '
I am no friend to empiricism, but In tbe face cf
recent actions by th Board of Health, 1 do not think
that if empirics were tet loose, they could poaaibly
Induce a state cf things more at variance with tbe
welfare cf the people than that at prevent la et'.et
enre, and supported by the unequal aptdloatioa cf
legal technicalities. Lsliltaa.
Through CultlTaUoa Better than Itfigatiaa!
We recently published an aMUlecni the eubjrrl
of subsoil pblngf deep aa tknrtMigh rulU
ration troui the ienif an esteemed eoiittibwlor on
Maul. The following fiom the agi (cultural U
paitun iit .f h tn FranrWo f Xnmitla U inut h
to the same effect.
The ratly Fpaiilsb aad Weib cn i tit.-t of ,he
estate Lrongbl with them the Idea that ' wllkftut
irrigation agriculture waa Impossible. , They had
een it practiced in tbelr native Cvuulile. and
adopted the 11m system as the only proper cne,
and Ihe land around the MUelon were In (gated
accordingly. The first A wet ban aetllri who
madoeoroe suiult beglnnlag ia ngri4ultitrai'piff 4
the same Idea, and la some case gave eilraiagaiil
price for email tract ol laud that could beinl
gated Irotn spring ur mountain lirains, while
adjoining land ol equal value were coiisldeied tf
ao value except for pasturage. It waa t))eoveted,
however, as early as IM2 that In Central Calif.tr
niaal least, except for gaidcn refutable. Irriga
tion waa a hindrance instead ol a help, and that
deep plowing and thorough cultivation ouly were
sufficient to retain iu the soil all the tnobiture nee
-aarj Io prodace abuadspt cropa td all kind
' W ' a A '
ne are mucu pleased to notice from cipeiUwenla
made this aeaaon Lo Lea Argele. bWmU .Batttaia
and other aoulkern eounliea, that Ii ligation I not
employed iu map onee( where it could be easily
avai iiicie, and that many lartuets are ralaiugex-
allentcfopa withoumu t ;i
Deert and thorough pulih atiotl, lilt h bus proved
tiaeful J 11 tho central parU of l SUU, wiU. we
believe, entirely change the atyle of agHcultiirelrt
tho sou them counties wlibln a few J ears. Uao-
dred of square miles of land which have bee a
neglected aa orchards, farj wuut of widff,1 RJ
prove w if as good a tuoe which lire twiwer iiv
rfgatlon;r, II not quite" as ferlll, e( at li asl
capablo ol raising fair crop o( all , kind. Ol
courat? ,1 he yield would not be uniform, but vary
with the rainfall. WRhln twelve years Ul baa
been for three years only four Inchon, and two
years ouly seven Inches, but for the other aeven
yeara ait average of twelve ae five-wveatlta
inches. With this latter amount we have no doubt
that aid.'d by good t ulUvU6n gralif ) Md
would be exoetlent. ' In a heavy soil hie Tial f
uo central counties It seems to h partluulai ly
neoessary to keep the aoU at the am lace mellow
and free from weeds and through the gTowlne
season, Jit order toakd lit naaWaonducltrr ai.il
retain the moisture beneath, and It seems to us
that this could more easily bi effected n the
lighter soils ttf tho south, where It is still more nec
essary. This Is a matter fraught with deep Inter
est to all parts of tho Slate, and especially to the
southern part ol it. Although vre Ireely admit
tho fljeeeBlty ami importance of irrigation In many
localittea, we are decidodly ot opinion that It will
not prove to be so Indispensable In many places
a la general! supposed. Weaia much f ratified
to aee In 'our exchange that Henator Jonwi pro
pose to try tbe experiment of deep and thorough
cultivation .without irrigation 011 an exiemtiv
scale at Santa Monica, and have liltlo doubt be
will fully demonstrate that excellent eropa can Lo
made without any artificial eapply id water. That
point once well settled, and the lower counties
would at once become of greater Impoi lance than
ever, and more than double their preaent agricul
tural producUoes. ,Tae prioe , f lae , ad , t
tiopBlation of 61 any ounliea.would ba iargvly lit
creased bv the aingle discovery that Irrigation,
although desirable, Is not generally necessary to
enecesstul agriculture. 1
In Philadelphia the trial of William Wlervlt, ,
charged with complicity la the abdurtlon of Char
ley Ross, was continued Sept 0. After brief
cross examination of Wester veil, ihe ptUoaer took
the stand and teMiifled at length aa to bis where
abouts before and since the abdoclion. , . , 1 .
Ann Lli.a Herentceo calls upon Heaven and
the American people lo avenge the viollm of
Mountain Meadows. In IbU connection ahe would
atale that large and small ly otaiuis will be furnished
with lectures with promptitude and dlfpatch. A
perfect fit guaranteed. Cheap (or caxh.
A Washington special says: The HrjruUican con
tains an article setting forth that the CenUm.ial
I.'xpOHition Is In danger ; that as matter now stand,
thcro 1a possibility that it will either fall alio
gelher or be nontpoued. Jn this connoetion It de
clares that (en. Joeepb Hawley, cf Connectlriil
the President of tba Board of Directors, baa grown
unpopular to an extent that s'-riounly Impairs his
useful neat a the head of the ani'M-prbief and as
suming that Hawley will resign, slates that the
frienda of General V. K. Hpltmer are diapoeM U
InsUt thitt be L MA at Om bad of UU tWaed, 11
be will consent to accept tbe place,
Late account show that the attack made upon
the English exploration party in Palestine was ol
a serious nature. It occurred at Fafd (not Acre),
six or aeven miles northwest of tba Lake ot Gall
lee, on Saturday, July 10. There were 15 In the
EnglMh part? I tbe axaault waa an provoked, but.
says the Secretary of the Exploration Society,
" was of a very savage character, and appears to
have arisen simply from lhe (act that the party
were Christiana. f' Sticks, Hone, clubs, big knives
and firearms were used by the Mohammedan.
The English were unarmed. The fight laaled a
half hour, and was terminated by the arrival of
some Turkish soldiers, with the English Consular
Agent. Lieut. Cornier waa severely wounded 011
the head and neck; Lieut, Kitchener was bruised
on tbe thUjh and. arm, and the Arab servant
showed tho marks of tba blows from slaaew'aad
stick. Full accounts of the assault were aent by
Lieut. Cond.;r to the British Consul General at
B'yrnnt. Measures bare been taken lo arrest and
punish the assailants.
BftiTiHit lUn.war Atx.-n vt On the British
railway but year there were XII paatM-ngrr III
Id und 1 ,S8i injured. The panaerifer Journeys
during the year numbered 4-0,(XM),(o, giving an
average cf 1.3I0.0CX1 a day ao that, when we re
member that 71 of the deaths were cauaed by the
cun-b hsiu of the individual, the relative a-ior-Ulity
I not great. It is curious that precisely the
same number of persons (211) wus killed iu (lie
street of London during the same Interval.'
Ca't At.wir Tkli..-A young man tf Wil
riiington, N. C, having obtained a fcbort leave (
absent from hi employer, remain away ao long at
a fiUiLionable Summer reeort that the employer
telegraphed for bim to return, or be would lose
hi4 place. 'I.onl want the place; have a S2000,
000 glil In love with me," waa the answer. I'm
he came back in a week and look a place at fi"
a month. lie says that you can't soiuetim wot
always, hardly ever tell about thene girl unleaa
yort b t--aol then you're nitre to loae. t . s ,
The conversation turns on mules. ' Mules,"
sayn McGrapb," contain the pecullttiitie of their
iitfin. 1'hey are a trifle uncertain. I bad one
mule Ji nnie wLloh was a fond of me a a r"g.
But she knew my dilatory habits, and afler Waiflng
for ni; tkreo quarters of an hour would uisbehavw
so t hod to come eut and speak Ut her. Every
gale 1 had turned into to buy hemp Jennie thought
necesary to stop before again. 1 thought she bad
uteri every kind of calf In Kentucky, but one day
awhile calf popped up In the road. A white
calf wus to much for the rnuUv and she aUiepUh
chafed over three or four counties. One of toy
negroes had ridden br ao often thai bo shook oil
bin traditional suHpicion of mules'. He was doting
on Jennie 000 day when she saw a peculiarity of
some kind in the road. Some gentleman saw the
negro decending Ihrougti ihe trees aa if be came
from the cloud, and beard the mule boomerang
ing through the wood. The negro waa merely
lit a.rd to reinoik; U tl's why 1 alius 'spine mule'
- - - vuaxi a