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FHIDAT. SEPTEMBER S3, 1S76.
We hive three foreign arrivals ta report since our last, the
Am ship Syren, on the 23d. fmw BosUm. with merchandise to
C B.ew- r At C-, th Haw tk C C Wlie en the 29tb. will,
cargj to II llackfu'-d 4c Co; and the Am trig N.-rth rur,OP.
th 17th. with lumber to f? Brewer Co.
The single departure Las been the Cyanc fur Ssn Fr&ccUco.
yesierdsy , with cargo of douvstic proJuce valued at 143.910 13.
The bktne NcUIe M Sla4e U loading sug.rs fr r?.m Tran
riseo, and will mil about Torxti; nrxt.
;Tho hark Witlard Murfgett. chartered by C Brewer A: Co,
Will also load for the same port.
1 The ship !jr-n wUl be laid on fc-r New Bedfurd to load Willi
U, by C Brevrer Co. and the, bark R C W) lie for Tor San
f Jseo by n IJsckf.U 4k Co.
PORT Or HONOLULU, U. I
25 Schr Prinre. Beck, from Kona and Eao. HaTai
2-1 Am h 8yren, Kewell, IZI day from Boston
2.-Schr Nettle Merrill. Crane, Irom Lahaina, Maui. i
Mauuokawral, Kimo, from Nawiliwili, Kauai: I
24 Schr Annie. Kalaoao, frcm TV'aUaa. Kauai.
Pchr Mile Morris, Kalawaia, trotn Kannakakai.
24 Schr Pneokaht. Clarke, from liana, Man!
25 Schr Marion, Lambert, from Koloa and tVaimoa
25 Hchr Kammlle. Kiblinr, from Waimea tt Kolos.
24 Hear Warwick. Jno Bull, from Kalaupapa, Molokajr1
20 Iiaw ntRC wyu, w otters, ISO dya lrom uremea.
27 Am brlir North Htar, Dala, 23 day from Victor!
29 firar Kiianea, March ant, from Hawaii and Maui. '
20 Schr Ka Moi, Reynold, from Kahulul, Mnni.
2 Schr i-uka, Kaai, from Mallko, Mani.
r?cpt- 2-1 Schr Fairy Queen, Kaaina, for Hanalei, Kotui.
85 simr KiianeaiMarebant, for Maul and Hawaii.
m Schr Mile Mnrri, Kalawaia, for Kaanakakat.
24 Schr Annie, Kalanao, for Anahola, Kauai.
JH Schr Manuokawal, Kimo, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
27 Schr PaeokahU Clarke, for liana, Maol
27--Schr MTarwick, John Bull, for Kalanpapa, Mobkai.
24 Schr Marlon, Lambert, for KoloaAc Waimea, Kauni
24 Am rk Cyan, Perrlman, fir San Franc ico.
29 Schr Kamailo, Kiblio;, for Koloa and Waimea.
29 Schr Nettie Merrill, Crane, for Latuuna, Maui.
VESSELS IS PORT.
II ft M S Mj rml n, Commander Ilare.
flaw brig Fomare, Hatfletd.
Haw brie W II Allen, Chare.
Am bk Wiilard Mudgett,. O Dickey.
Am bkrne Nellie M HUdc,Xttwd, to4fBZ-'"'
Am bk Syren, Newetl, diarharging. .
Haw bk II C Wylie, Woltrra, discharging.
Am brig North rttar, Davis, discharging.
. The Drit bk Dovenby was to teaTe Urerpool for Ilonojula i
i nr . - rt It T -- I
logqi July mj i u t
RerosT or Uw Ok R C Wylie, Woltebs, Mastes.
Left Bremen the lSih oi May; passed the Lizard on the 20tb(
anil crossel the line in the Atlantic on the 18th of June, In
27 W, 31 days outs in the BE trades had heary squalls and
rainy weather, in which l-t fore-top &im1 top-gallant manti
crossed 60 8 intho Atlantic in C3 W, 61 days out; was
off Cape Horn the 21-st of July, 64 days out; from thence hail
storms and very heary weather till the 10th of August, which
day passed 60 8 in tlie Pacific in 83 TT; from thence had
very light winds from the N W, and were on account or these
adverse winds obliged to go inside of Juan Fernandez; fell
in with BE trades in 21s Sand 85 W; from thence bad
continually fine weather tin the slilp arrived ia port, the 20th
of September, 130 days out.
Fsos Bostos Per Syren, Sept 25th 725 pkgs oil, 3430
6219 kegs, 2001 pkgs shooks, 14 do oil shooks, 20 do heanda
and hoops, 20 csks bread, 732 pkgs nails, 162 bars and 12 cs
iron, 147 pkgs cordage, A whale boats, 137 pes oak plank, 2 do
limber, 403 tons coal, 241 pes and 14 bdls boat boards, 2 cs
crockery, 29 do metal, 10 bss starch, 10 bf bbls paint, 2 cs var
nish, 25 do terpentine, 200 do matches. 0 bales hessians, 110
bbla beads, 4 cs plows, 0 plow castings, 105 cs tobacco, 10
iron safes, 10 pkuS poiaon, 60 nbls salt, 50 do sugar, 10 do pork,
01 pkus duck, 60 bales oakum, 14 do denims, 2 do drilling, 2 cs
cotton, 25 do prints, 50 bbls roain, 25 do pilch, 80 bxs canned
gooda, 125 oars, 044 pes lumbers, 6 bdls white wood, 11 pkgs
handles, 2 cs cutters, 10 do ox bows, 12 bellows, 4 cs scales, 1
bx solder, 3 bales packing, 4 cs hoes, 3 do hatchets, 10 do axes,
3 bales setres, 0 kgs rivets, 1 cse hydrometers. 605 containers,
3 bxs soap. Hi bdls shlagles. 79 stoves, 67 cs do, 25 pkgs casu
iogs,2 iron pouts, 103 pes pipe, 2 forges, 15 pkgs bars, 4 cs
hardware, 23 kits shoes, 6 vices, 73 axles, t2 springs, 17 pkgs
tubs, 60 sets croquet, 4 bdls troys, 8 pkgs buckets, 2 bdls mats,
6 bdls ladk?r, 10 bxs bankets, 12 bdls broems, 25 cs furniture,
1 bdle rails. Si pkgs shifts, 4 do seats. 3 do mouldings. S do
carriages, 1 lounge, 1 type writer, 1 refrigerator, 2 cs chsira, 1
roll carpet. 12 plow skeletons, 3 kgs horse nails, 8 bdls wash
boards, 7 pkgs dry goods, 75 do mdse. 3 boilers, 2 crates
churns, 89 pkgs wheel, 13 ranges, 4 cabooses, 01 bdls hollo
ware, 8 bdls castings, 14 pkgs missionary goods, 130 doors, 40
bdls windows, 2d do blinds, 1 grindstone, 300 cs oysters, 4 do
baper, o bdls knee timbers, 3 bdls keels, 3 cs boots.
Special Imposts pes. By be to C West 19 pkgs car
riage rnaicrtai, txnsisting or irebble grain cuameled duck,
ditto linen cloth, ditto blue flock duck, ditto enameled muslin,
ditto green enameled muslin, moleskins, turned scat spindles,
knob patch fasteners, back curtain loops, raw bide axle wash
ers, apron hooks and rings, excelsior japanned knobs, lever
whip sockets, saddle clips, short clips, whiffle tree plates, solid
collmrs.loop yokes, hard dash leather, enameled top leather,
aolt dash leather, brown trimming leather, axle saddle clips,
perch and bed plates, body loop ends, drilled axle clip yokes,
lazy backs, bent scat rails, bent futchels, bent rail spindle seats,
rattan moulding, 1 bale excelsior. 1 bale moss, 1 bale curled
hair, hickory shafts and bars finished, 40 sets carriage and
handcart wheels, y
ASD TO ABBIVE PEB CETL0!, DVB NEXT MOSTIl. IIS
bundles, containing 140 sets bent rims, oak and hickory, from
1 Inch to 2i inches, 3000 spokes, assorted sizes, Inch to 3J
inches, 75 sets hubs, loch to 14 inches; a large assortment
oi sawed felloes for bullock cans, hickory whiffle trees, scat
spindles, oak and hickory plank, a full assortment; carriage
lamps, screw bands oroide, body loops, step pads, buggy and
express shafts, and a full line of carriage materials generally.
Fbom Bi braid's Ixlet Per North Star, Sept 23th 80,
901 ft tongue and groove flooring, 220,795 do rougb, 3i tn
shingles, 150 coils rope.
Fob Sai Fbascisco Per Cyane, Sept 27th
Molasses, galls 2,604. Sugar, lbs
raddy, lbs 9!,W1J v
Value Domestic $43,946.03
Fob Windward Pobts Per Kilauea, Sept 25th lion J P
Parker and wife. Miss F Spencer, Miss L K Bingham, Mrs E
Mwk. W U CornweU and wifelil Thomen. Miss BlasdelL J V
-a- u.. r Mi.nlri4 rt W M.rfarlano Mr C M CoOfcP-
W Kioney, P Uosea. Mrs O C Bcckley.T C Forsyth, P Md-
: ton, Mrs S T Alexander, Mrs Hind, Jno Hind, l A tmaoii
and about bs deck.
Fbom Bremen Per It C Wylie, Sept 20th P II Baum.
How History is Manufactured.
Mb- Editor.: Newspapers arc regarded in mod
ern Vrmes as the sources from whence history is to
be compiled. Now I want to say, that Hawaiian
history will be rather inexact, if future compilers
; have to depend upon your cotemporary the Gazette
' for materials. And I am led to make these remarks
after reading the account of the "reception of tSe
treaty news," and about a "grand torchlight pro
cession," and a "city alive with joy" ! ! !
The facts are that' when the steamer City of J'ew
Vork arrived on the morning cf the 21st September,
with a confirmation of the treaty being in operation
the news was received very quietly, perhaps on ac
count cf the increased taxation in consequence of the
treaty, which has dampened the enthusiasm or the
community in respect to a great measure. But dur
ing the day, the editor of the Gazette ran around
with a paper to collect funds for a celebration, and
obtained from plantation agents and a few others
about S250. This fund was employed in issuing a
poster urging citizens to take part in a celebration
as per order," but which " order " only origin
ated in the Gazette job office; also in hiring about
100 kanakas to carry torches, and in paying for the
band and a "cart-load" of fire-crackers. This
hired crowd with a few straggling followers, curious
native boys, marched up to the residence of the
American Minister, and thence to the Government
nouse, which was not illuminated, and there listen
ed to a few short addresses, tratca are not rejwrted
at spoken. And the whole affair was exceedingly
dull and flat, calling forth no spontaneous partici
pation cf citizens. The illumination of private resi
dences was Tery slight, not a twentieth, nay, not
a fiftieth part of the houses of the city were lighted
op, only a few of those connected with plantations
or directly concerned in reaping the honors of this
treaty; and yet" the anaoucement is made cf "a
city alive with joy " ! ! ! Had such news as we re
ceived on the 21st come some time ago, under other
auspices, when the government of the country in
spired confidence in tbe community, then Honolulu
might have broken forth into a general and sponta.
neous jubilation. Bat now, with taxes increased 50
per cent, on property, and over 100 per cent, on cer
tain duties on account of the treaty, and along
with this a' weak mismanaging ministry, that dis
arjDcints every hope of the intelligent portion of the
community, there is little hope felt in the advantages
of this treaty of reciprocity, except for a few who
will spend their gains abroad; and therefore the
news was not received with any overflow of joy, ex
ccpt M gotten np " per order " ia the Gazette office.
.s 4 ri nit i v sf.pt. :.i
To Aov tailsta. It h tccn ui-ploanui-tty ai(-artit A.r
Ux acme time j.t l iUk a.' t concerned the pabiuliera ct
the two oevpaper Uaui-d iu Honolulu lLt the price 'A ail
, vertiair.f to tf.eir coluu' bis Usen ent:r:'y too lufr, afforlicg
in iact a ainatlrr margin f -r fit f r the capital icvee'ed tha
any ether huiix cr pun-nit In the cotiLtry. Io jutic there
fjre to themselves, the iropf Wt-r cf the " Advcrtiei " acd
the "Gatette" hnvf mataally drcMrd to make an adrare on
rn?rioo rau of alvrrtiiDS. from nnd after the ftrt week in
Octolier. 1 ST. Thi. it iciy be ofmrTd. 1 tt'rny.lv r-'i't'"?
the mtr to th ein.lnH rf f. ftccn yeart
A chedale trill h rrir.l'.l in onr v.x
. , " : ; "77 7'. . :
-U 12 o clock noon to-day, Ilia Majesty tho
Kin will rr.rrr.u1lw r,rr... th l,,i.l,ti I
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The Kahuka ranch, which was purchased by ;
Mr. Kichardson "about two ycara ago for 40,-
000, was eold by him on Wednesday last for
G3,C0O, to Mr. James Campbell of Lahaina.
As there has been little or no increa.c of stock
on thi3 ranch wbilct in the hands of its late
owner, tire advance of $18,500 on its first cost is
mtinly due to a higher appreciation of property
in these islands through the influence of the
treaty. Wo learn that an advancoof 10,000
was offered to Mr. Campbell, the purchaecr, for
lib bargain. And good judges regard the ranch
as a bargain at 75,000. This speaks well lor
our grazing interests, and sustains our state
ments previously made in this journal, that the
pasture of these semi-tropical islands is remark
able for itfl closeness and abundance and for its
capability in carrying stock, and makes sheep
farming one of our most profitable industries.
Hie Kahnkn ranch, of about 30,000 acres, can
no 'doubt carry a stock of at least 50,000 head of
sheep. The manienio or Bwrmuda grass, which
in overrunning our pasture lands can sustain a
iloaen sheep to the acre, and as a judicious and
L'enterprising man having means will stock an
estate advantageously, it may te readily setm
that $75,000 is but a small price for Kabuku
because it can be made to net that much per
annum ; and as there are many other runs in the
islands with equal capacity fur sustaining stock,
lwe may venture to predict a great advance in our
grazing interests. And so we hope in all our
other interests which have been held for some
time past at a depreciated rate, but which will
be rapidly enhanced in value as capital seeking
investment gains confidence in the future devel
opment of the country.
; HEFRE5EXTATIVE lnBiitutioDS are on tueir
trial," was the remark of the late Prince Consort
of England on a certain occasion long since.
In little Hawaii nci they have been on trial for
nearly twenty-five years, and the result of the
experiment is to-day anything but satisfactory.
Particularly of late yearB it must be confessed
that every succeeding Legislative Assembly in
stead of improving has fallen below the level oi
its predecessor in the qualities of sound sense and
intelligent patriotism. Our history, 6ince the
granting of the first Constitution by Kamcha-
meha III in 1852, should prove an interesting
study to those who believe in the doctrino of
giving the ballot to all men, rich or poor, igno
rant or educated, without distinction for this if
what we havo practically had. The choice of i
the men to make the laws of the country has
been confided to the least experienced, tho least
instructed and tthe least responsible portion of
the population. We will not say far from it
that representative institutions are a failure ; but
we do eay that tho system is anything but a suc
cess on these islands. To define tbe exact line
where it becomes either a blessing and a bulwark
of liberty to a people, or a nuisance, or worse,
a palpable injur to their best interests, is more
than can be undertaken in a newspaper article.
Misery loves company ; and perhaps while lam
enting tho failure of representative institutions
in these islands we may derive some comfort in
contemplating the status of some of tho British
West Indies and the Southern States of tho
American Union, where the ballot has, as with
us, been given to the least experienced, the least
instructed and the least responsible. Through
tho working of the system, as we see, those com
munities have been brought to tho verge of bank
ruptcy and ruin. And are we not rapidly drift
ing in the Bame direction, and through the
operation of the same causes ?
Out Legislative Assembly has already become
a farco at homo and a laughing stock in the eyes
of-' other nations. Nay, far more serious than
tliis, it is tho bano of the country, a clog to pros
perity and a check to progressiv What more
striking example of the failure ofXreprescntativo
institutions in Hawaii than is afforded in the
carder of the Legislature of 1376, just brought to
a close ! Five whole months haB this body been
in session, a hundred and thirty weary days has
it spent in profitless talk, occasionally saying yes
and amen when an unskillful ministry happened
i for tho nonce to get tho management, but gener
ally spending tho time in the ventilation of tho
merest balderdash and twaddle, with a sufficient
spice of mischief and wrong beadedncss. The
ministry took their scats at the commencement of
this Long Parliament, their brains positively
teeming with schemes to raiso the country from
poverty to afiluencc, from decline to progress,
from a feeble independence to a condition of per
petual stability, from a declension of race to re
population. But we have seen this same minis
try, with apparent comfortj and unconcern, sit
and dawdle away the time during the five months
masquerade. What became of their " policy? "
A most lame and impotent conclusion indeed
only that it has cost the country some $20,000,
worse than thrown away, beside the imposition
of a variety of new burdens in the shape of
And this reminds us that we arc now and have
been for some jears in the position of being
taxed without representation. The intelligence
and the wealth of the country has absolutely no
voico in the representative body that makes the
laws of the nation. It is too late at this day to
think of educating " our masters " up to a
proper appreciation and a wise use of tho ballot ;
but the intelligence and wealth of tho country, if
it would protect itself and save the country from
ruin and bankruptcy, must arouse itself and in
the future determine to exercise peaceably but
firmly that powerful influence upon the least
instructed and least responsible portion of the
population which it unquestionably possesses and
which has hitherto lain dormant. Let intelli
gence and capital 6ce to it that this feature of
our political system, the representation of the
people so liable to become dangerous to the in
terests and safety of all shall in the future be in
other hands than it has in the past. If however,
the foreign portion of the community shall con
tinue as heretofore to allow elections and politics
to take care of themselves, what sort of legisla
tors and legislation may we not expect to see
TriE Work of ttie Session. During the Session
y the Assembly have considered 223 bills, 57 of
which have been approved by the King, leaying
166 which have either been rejected or tabled or
It will !c rcmcuibeicd that aiii-ug tLe bille
itturi cl w ithout the Royal assent eotae ter, dav
ajo, w viic to repeal the poll-tax, and that the
attempt nun unauccetx-fullv made at once to get
the baiiie hill before t!;e Houee with a engnt
aruendmeDt. On Saturday the friends of the
measure made auotl.cr reach for the poll-tax,
this u'icfc l?y a bill to reduce it to twenty-five
cent. The Ministry tpoke quite carceetly
against the bill, prvgnofcticating that it would
produce very ctiI r2cc-t, though they did not
rarticularliz'? what tLo.e effects, would be ; and.
the Minitcr cf Foreign Affairs rather sharply
commented on the inconsistency of the moTCT of
; the hill, (tho lion. Mr. Kaai) who he said had
by his influence helped to swell the appropna-
.f ..... . ,,(t-, ,; uru
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ought not to do. 11. is arOUSCi the ire 01 the
Hon. Noble, and l e proceeded in a mingled
strain of invective and satire to review the his
tory of the seraion, wherein he claimed that he
had proved himself the best and strongest sup
porter the Ministry had in the Assembly. "And
this,' said he, " is my compensation ! to have
my motives questioned and to be charged with
inconsistency." The bill to, under a suspen
sion of the rules, pawd to be engrossed for a
As has been frequently the case of late, there
was const derable delay in getting a quorum on
Monday morning, and the member for North
Kona (Mr. Pilipo) improved the absence of Min
isters and Nobles by getting a reconsideration of
bis bill for the return of lepers from Molokai.
ftc-r n innsI(tarrihl fliRCtlBfiirin. tho hill WflB
again indefinitely postponed. The like fate ovcr-J
, - - -
took the bill to impose an income tax, the vote
being 33 against 8. The Ministry moved that
the appropriation bill bo made the special order
for Tuesday, but the motion was lost. A bill
to regulate the carrying of freight and passen
gers on drays and wagons, was passed to engross
ment, as was the bill to reduce the poll-tax to
25 cents tbe latter by a vote of 17 to 14. A
resolution offered by the Hon. Mr. Kaai, which
was virtually a censure of tho Ministry, gave
rise to a warm discussion. The following is a
' Whereas, It is reported that at the session of
the Privy Council held on Saturday Sept 23, it
was decided that the Minister of Finance be in
structed to receive " at the Treasury the coins
known as " sols " and " pesos " lrom those now
holding the same, and to pay current money
therefor ; and whereas, It is evident that those
who held coins of that discription in the month
of July last have disposed of the same, and that
the few persons now holding such coins have
bought them at a large discount ; and that the
action indicated above will result in a large pro
fit to tho present holders of such coins ; and
whereaB, The aforesaid action by the Privy Coun
cil is believed to be unlawful ; therefore, Be it
resolved, That the Legislative Assembly hereby
rejects and disapproves the action of the Privy
Council in the premises."
The mover of the resolution commented severe
ly on the action of Ministers in recommending
the measure, which he characterized as unconsti
tutional. The Minister of Foreign Affairs ex
plained that the Privy Council had not instruc-
ted ' tho Minister in the matter, but had simply
recommended " the course indicated. Consid
erable sarcasm was indulged in as to tho suppos
ed secrecy of the doings in tho Privy Council.
A long and erratic debate was had, in which
members exhibited their wisdom on matters of
finance and currency. An amendment from the
Ministerial side to the effect that the Minister of
Finance receive sols and pesos from parties hold
ing them, at tho rate which had. been paid, and
dispose of them to the beat advantage, (presuma
bly to send them off to to be exchanged for
American halves) was negatived, and the resolu
tion was adopted, with an amendment instructing
tho Minister not to regard the action of the
Privy Council, by a vote of 21 to 15. In order
to effectually nail the resolution, it was recon
sidered and again paused, when the Assembly at
once adjourned for the day .
The "law -to mitigate," which was repealed
laBt week, is not killed but only "scotched."
The Hon. Mr. Kaai geve notice on Tuesday of a
bill to amend the law by . placing its execution
in tho hands of the Board of Health, instead of
the Police as at present. The bill to regulate
the importation and sale of opium ; and the bill
to regulate the carriage of passengers and freight
on waggons and drays, passed a final reading.
There being no other business on the cjerk's
table, the appropriation bill (at last) came up on
its third reading, and was considered and voted
upon item by item. The Minister of Foreign
Affairs moved the insertion of S4000 for the
purpose of sending articles to the Paris Exhibw
tion of 1878. A member moved to amend bj
sending the microscope and geological specimen
now in tho museum ; and after some remarks S
favor of the original motion it was negatives. I
On the motion of tho Minister of Finance thol
item for support of military, was reduced $1
000, and now Btands $60,086, and we njay
thank His Excellency for that amount saved.
The Assembly thought better of its former action
in regard to Postmasters on the other islands,
and inserted the amount required to pay them,
and also for pay of road supervisors. $7000
was voted for a new fence around Aliiolani
House, and repairing the veranda. Hon. Mr.
Pilipo moved to strike out the item of $50,000
for the encouragement of immigration, which
was lost by a vote of 22 to 21. A motion to
pass at $50,000 was lost, 21 to 19, and one to
reduce to $20,000 was also lost. Hon. Mr.
Kaai then moved to place the item at $35,000,
and pending the discussion on this, a dispute
arose between the President and a member on a
point of order, which, from the confusion and
excitement which ensued, resulted in the ma
jority of the members leaving the hall, when the
President declared the Assembly adjourned for
want of a quorum.
The first thing on Wednesday to which the col
lective wisdom of the nation directed its serious
attention, was a resolution introduced by the
Hon. member for liana, Maui, that he and bisy
family be conveyed to his home on board the
Steamer Ktlauca, without charge, when the ses
sion is over. It is scarcely necessary to remark
that, although members are allowed mileage for
going and coming to the capital, yet the resolu
tion was passed. Probably it was the passage
of this redieulous resolution that aroused the V
spirit of burlesque m the breast ot another lion.
member (Mr. Birch, of Wailuku) and prompted
him to offer tbe following: "Resolved, Tbaf
the thanks of this Assembly are hereby tendered
to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the Attor
ney General, for their strenuous exertions in in
fluencing the executive, whereby certain bills of
the Representatives were returned without ap
proval." Some laughed at the joke, and others
looked glum because it was no joke, while tbe
Minister of Finance facetiously demanded to
know why the Minister of the Interior and him
self were excluded from the vote of thanks, and he
resolution was dropped. Tho member for Ewa
(Mr. Mahelona whose " Tjior-hcadedness " had i
, en. ! ii , r
been the can?e of the slight unpleaantne?? or
the previous da j, made an apology for his con- !
duct, and all was again eercne. The House then j
fToceeded to reeumc conideratioa of the oprro-
i :i i .1 . ... .l: v r ;
pnnuou out, buu me lasi vuiuj; uciurc intr noon !
recess pacd the sum of 20,X0 for eubeidy to
the I'aciue .lau company e steamer, atter
ioneh, the lion. Mr. Brown (Honolulu) moved
a reconsideration of this item, aDd it was dis
cussed at some length, tie Hon. Mewrs, Castle,
Smith, and Biehop and His Ex. Gov. Kapena
opposing the eubeiiy, aid the Hon. Mr. Kaai
arguing in its tavor, when on the question being
again put, the item was approved by a vote of
23 to 17. The salary of the Attorney General's
clerk traa raised from $1200 ,to $1500; and !
then a notion vras made to strike oat the salary '
of the Attorney General, because, said the conn- I
try member?, government can always hire a law- 1
ycr when one is needed. But when the motion '
to trike out was pot, scarcely anybody voted for
it. Under the head of education, on motion of
the Hon. Mr. Pilipo, the appropriation for gov- j
emmcnt schools was reduced from $30,000 to i
$13,000, and the item of $4,000 for travelling .
expenses of Inspectors of schools on the different
islands, was retained, as also was the salary of
an Inspector General, with the understanding
however on the part of members that it shall be
some one other than the present incumbent.
On Thursday morning the committee on cn-
rolled bills reported that His Majesty had ap-
proved the stamp act. Hon. Mr. Smith offered '
the following resolution, which, after some dis
cussion, waa adoptel :
" Resolved : That in disbursing the sum of $20,-
000 placed in the Appropriation Bill for subsidy to '
the Pcific Mail S. S. Company, no part thereof i
,.,, ..., f ; -1 ., r I t !
ut u'7: "V" ,vr" J fi ,
iuv oitJiuoun'a vi iut sain vviuiMiujr, uut asuu mvuvj
shall be used only ia payment for services to be
rendered after a contract shall have been signed be
tween this government and the said steamship
A new Act, to amend an Act entitled " An ;
Act to restrict the importation and sale of opium" ;
was introduced by the Attorney General, and j
ordered for engrossment. Mr. Nabaku (Kaana-
pali) offered s resolution, which was adopted, '
to the effect that the Assembly has no confidence
in the present Inspector General of schools, and S
that tbe Board of Education be requested not to j
commiseion him again. The third reading of the
remaining portions of the appropriation bill was
gone through with, and the Assembly adjourned,
to have a final session tbe next day.
A short session oi the Assembly was held yes- ;
terday. Prince Leleiohoku as Chairman of the i
Committee to inform His Majesty that the As- j
eembly would be ready to be prorogued on Satur- j
day, reported that they had performed that duty, :
and that His Majesty had signified his pleasure j
to come to tho House for the purpose indicated i
at the hour of 12 noon. Tho Hon. Mr. Kaai ;
offered the customary resolution of thanks to the '
President andVice President, to which those
officers made suitable replies. Tho Hon. Mr.
Kalaukoa (fitting close of a glorions political
life) offered a resolution to provide each member
with a bundle of stationery, which, in a burst of
virtuous self-denial, was rejected. The bill to
amend the opium law of 1874 was finally passed,
and. there being nothing further on the feecre-
tary's table, tho House adjourned to meet this
morning at half-past 10 o'clock.
Letterfrom the American Minister Resi
dent to King Kalakaua.
t iie loiiowtng ia tae written repiy oi .Mr. reirce
I jssa t n 1 sr . T
Jo Ahc King declining the decoration of the Order
jofKnmehameba I., which was presented on the
tevf ninff of tho Zzd mst., as stated in onr isaiio or
LEOATtoS OF THE UNITED STATES.
nOifOLPLC, 8cpt, 25, 1ST6.
Mat it please Four Majesty : Inspired by the kind per
mission given to mebyVoar Majesty, I have now tbe honor
to convey to You my grateful acknowledgements for the
high honor and personal distinction conferred upon me by
Your Majesty, by recently Investing me with the Royal
orrtor of Karueuamcna First.
The honor so rendered, was quite unexpected, and the
more gratifying as coiniDg from the Sovereign In person.
I desire nl.so to give expression to the sentiments I feci,
of profound satisfaction and pleasure derived, from the
right noble utterances of Your Majesty addressed to me on
that occasion and ever to be remembered.
And which. In complimentary terms evinced Your Ma
jesty's kind appreciation of the government of the United
.States and of myself personally. For these noble and gen
erous acts and sentiments of Your Majesty ; I desire to re
turn those thanks and acknowledgements, which spring
a tom the deep recesses of my heart.
I All persons while holding office under the United States
fciovernment, are prohibited by the ConstituUon from ac
(eptihg any order of Nobility or distinction conferred by
ly foreign Prince or Government.''. In obedience to this
law, I am compelled to decline leceiving the Diploma and
Insignia of the Royal order of Eamehameha, so kindly
presented by Your Majesty. At the same time, I beg. to
assnre You that I value the intention exhibited, as much
as if fully carried into effect by acceptance of the decora
tion alluded to.
While life lasts, I shall ever bold Your Majesty and
Your Illustrious predecessors in grateful remembrance ;
and in the future as In the past, do all In my power to pro
mote the Interests of Your Majesty's Government and peo
ple. May Your Majesty's reign be long and prosperous.
J Allow me to subscribe myself. Your most obliged and
obedient servant, IIenby A. PEIBCE.
To His Majesty King Kalakaua.
Farewell Lukch. The King's Ministers enter
tained the members of the Assembly and invited
guests at a sumptuous lunch, yesterday afternoon
jat the Hawaiion .Hotel, which passed off very pleas
antly. A noteworthy fact, which we take pleasure
in recording, was the entire absence at tho least of
spirits, ale or wine. We are reminded of a Fourth
of July dinner by the American Commissioner in
1S45, and also a subsequent similar festival given
by the late Minister Severance, at which stimulants
were conspicuous by their absence. Such exam
ples by men in high places are valuable.
Tytlit Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Dear Sir: If you have no objections, and will
kindly permit me the space, I would like through
you to call the. attention of the Road Superviser to
the horrid condition of a portion of Punchbowl
Street, one place on which, is nearly three feet lower
than the dwelling lots. The land owners on that
1 street pay their taxes as well as the people who live
von streets that arc constantly being repaired, and
feel that they are entitled likewise to receive the
benefits of a good road in front of their residences.
When -streets are in good order, land in the vicinity
is more valuable, and when land commands a good
price, does it not imply a more prosperous state of
By all means I would recommend that the roads
be kept in perfect order, as it will benefit every
body. Respectfully Improvement.
A -V EXPERIENCED MANAGER FOR
se?3 Apply to TIIEO. II. DA VIES. A pent.
HOUSE IN A CONVENIENT
J-TA. central location to rent, furnished. Apply at E Street's
Drug Store, corner Fort and Hotel Btrects, Monolala. It
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, Mr. LOU TCCK holds a power of AUorncy to
transact all business on mr accoont.
Honolulu, Sept. 29, IsTd. sp30 St
IIIEREBT GIVE NOTICE THAT MR. J.
M. OAT JR.. Is admitted to an interest In my business
from this date, which ws ill be carried on nnder the firm nsme of
Thrum & Oat. THOS. O. THRCM.
Sept. SOtb, 1976. sp50 4t
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE!
A LECTURE ON EDUCATION WILL
be delivered by
MR. TH. M. RIECHIE,
Fridsty EvenlstB, Oct. G, at 8 O'cUclt.
: Txteli 73cU., to be had at McWayne's drug store and at
Whitney aui Tbrnm s bookitores. Rfs-rred f?t55rt era.
11 P At Rlf RFj ft IF O ft j
filiultB lllrtB mi U'
n: C. WYLIE HUN 111
gXGLISIl YOR.H HAMS.
Cocked York Llama in tins;
English Breakfast Dkcd in t'o.
" !Cases Edam Cheese,
Cases Bologna Sausage.
Casei Oxford Sausages,
Smoked Herrings in tins,
French Pate, assorted !
C.w Petit Pois in Batter,
rases Petit Pols, naturel;
Oises Cepes ia Oil,
Cases Anchovies in Oil,
Cases Stuff! Olives,
Cases French Olives,
Capi. White's Carry Paste,
Cooke's Mulligatawny Paste,
Cox's Sparkling Gelatine.
Cross & Co.'s Calf's Foot Jelly,
Prepared ndrse Radish,
KngTish Plum Padding.
Cases Haricot Vert, Cases French Mushrooms,
French Peas, Lea & Terrin's Sauce, .
Cases Essence Anchovies,
Kxifjlish. Plo Fruits !
Cases Batty 'a Assorted Pickles,
Cases Morton's Gherkins,
Cases Pickled Walnuts,
Cases English Jams, 1 and 2 lb. tin ;
Cases Orange Marmalade,
Cases Salad Oil, half pints;
Raspberry and Lemon Syrup,
Celery Salt, Seidlitx Powdera.
Casks Split Peas, Cases Tapiosa, 4 lb. tint;
CaseVPearl Barley ,4 lb.
Round Oatmeal, 4 lb. tins;
Macaroni, 4 lb. tins;
Cases Sultana Raisins, 4 lb. tins;
Cases New Currants, 4 lb. tins;
Cases Carbonate Soda,;l-2 pt.
Cream Tartar, 1-2 pt Ground Ginger, 1-2 pt.
Nutmegs, Whole Mace,.
Cases Table Salt in glass,
Cases Mustard, 1-2 pt.
s Cases Pepper, 1-2 pt,
: Colman's Genuine Mustard, 1 lb. tins;
CaBes Cayenne Pepper,
CASES FRENCH CHOCOLATE
Cases Cocoa and Milk,
Cases Chocolate " Menier,"
Epp's nomcepathic Cocoa,
Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel,
Cases Toilet Soap,
Brown & Poison's Corn Flour,
Half and quarter boxes Table Raisins,
2 lb. glass jars.
French Plums in glass,
Stewing Prunes, 6 lb. tins;
Cases Sombody's Luggage,"
Cases Cassaques, Cases Bonbons,
ALSO, IN GLASS BOTTLES,
Jujubes, Cry's Pastiles, Sugared Almondf, Acid
Drops and Carraway Comfits.
For Sale sit
59 Fort St,
AND FOR SALE BY
HENRY HI AY & CO.
Whittaker's Star Hams.
Cases Breakfast Bacon,
Cases California Cheese,
Cases Smoked Beef,
, Cases Cooked Tongues,
Cases Cooked Beef, Cases Devilled Hani,
Cases Dried Apples, Cases Alden Applet,
Cases Alden Pears and Plums,
Cases Cracked Wheat, Cases Buckwheat,
Cases Rye Meal, Cases Oatmeal,
Golden Gate Flour, 1-4 sacks,
Graham Flour, Cases California Onions,
Caslis Cal Potatoes
Cases Cutting's Table Fruits,
Cases Cutting's Meats and Soups,
Cases Yarmouth Corn, Cases Sugar Pets,
Stuffed Peppers, Qaeen Olives,
Cases Lew's Tomato Catsup,
Cases Lewis Lobsters,
Cases The Parker House Soaps,
Boston Salt in 10 and 20 lb.' bags;
Cases Eagle Milk, Cases Doxe's Clims,
Cases Sea Moss Farina,
Cases Sugar of Lemons,
Bags Oats, Bran and Wheat,
Half and qr. bbls. Mess Pork.
For Sale at No. 59 Fort Street.
HENRY MAY & CO.
Per City of Sydney.
Due lOth of October.
New Zealand Oats,
New Zealand Potatoes,
An Invoice from the Melbourne Meat Co.
cossistiso or :
Ox and Sheep Tongues,
Mock Turtle, Ox Tail and Mulligatawny Soups,
Roast Beef and Roast Mutton, &c.
Also, an Assortment cf
Genuine East India Chutney.
For Sale at
i, 59 Fort St
WANTED, TWO APPRENTICES!
'WO RKSPKCTAtll.t: UOVS 4BOI T li
1 Year rU, to ks.ro lb- Iil tt.f bus msa. Trtw
sprreaticeship liar ar. must o1eid ru.'l.
lTj ts W M JOHMHJJK.
rZ; 3t McrcLant Ta" or, Kaahosoaha
Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
24 IROX STOCK ANCUoKS. s ss fr-ra M ap to tOO Bs
H si ALL CHAIN, ta qsnlUr to u.t. re loch to
fr-l ofsa inch.
C!IAI! CaBLtS, s. 3-4.7 . 1, 1 1-4, 1 3 S.atd 1 -
tarn. tct saW low r-y
eui Lij a co.
Stockholm Tar and Coal Tar !
K.IKRELS AND CASKS.
Tor sale by . ')
Wilmington Tar and Wilmington Pitch!
Di-K SHIP St K f .
for sale by
;.LLK4 k CO
Real EstateExchange !
f?iR HALE. ON DER F.TA.V I A STREET,
' maukasiJe', sis lots, lOOtlM. Theie are rbne tmiUi.nr
Ms, titaate-l opposes Messrs. LnUiocham and Cattle's prtr
ty, and bar th water r5! el thereto.
FOR SA L.E. O V KING STREET. M AIKA
side, near Ybossas' Sqssre, lr lot. IWHliO, forming ne
splendid bulkling block.
FOR SALE, OS BERET A X I A STREET,
makai side, opposite the resideocs of W R Sochsnan, i.),
lots, 100x150." This property is wU fenced, atd will be sold
la one block or in two Mocis, of 4 lots each.
FOR SALE. OS BERET A XI A STREET,
raaoka side, two valuable and choice baLMiegs allotments,
each 4 acres.
FOR SALE, A MILK, IIOO AND CHICK
EN KAN C 11, with dwelling boue and Improvements, at Ka.
lihL This property must be sold to close partnership accounts,
and U offers a splendid chance to an tndostrtoo man baring
FOR SALE, AT WAIK IKI. OX Til E SEA
a pleasant cottage with one acrs el land, we:i frncsvt.
FOR SALE, AT MA NO A. TWELVE ACRES
of choice Banana and Taro Land, a bargain.
FOR SALE. AT KAL1III. TWO ACRES
(io one lot) of Rich Taro Land.
FOR SALE. AT WAIKIKI. THREE ACRE
of Kula Land, situated near the property of II is F-i. Vf. LJ
Moehonoa. A pply to
E. T. O'lIALLORAN. Solicitor,
At tbe Offices of tba Real Estate Kxrbaoge, SI Fort SL, Hono
lulu, where all persona baring property for aale, lease or mort
gage may register the same without payment of any fee.
EX SYREN, FROM BOSTON !
4ASES LEWIS' TOMATOES. 3-Lb.TINS I
Cs. Lewis' Tomato Ketchup,
Cs. IiCwis' Green Peas,
Cs. Lewis L. N., Clams,
Cs. Lewis Lobsters, 2 tins ;
Cs. Lewis' Lemon Syrup,
CS. LEWIS' FRESH MACKEREL,
Cases La Croix Sweet Green Corn !
THIS BRAND OF CORN IS
The BEST ever Imported to this Market.
CASES BURNET'S EXTRACT!,
1-4 BBLS. BOSTON CLEAR PORK, A I !
Bbls. Boston Cider Vinegar,
Ch. Totted Meats, superb ;
Cs. Corn Starch,
Cs. Kingford's Laundry Starch,
Bbls. Dairy Salt, 10 bags ;
Cs. Table Salt, in boxes ;
- Bbls. Boston Refinery Sugar,
Title. ?uirnr I Guaranteed 00.7 1
FRIEL & LAINE.
1 HOFFBB & CO..
Offer for Sale
Now Being Discharged from the
HAWAIIAN BK. R. C. WYLIE,
Just Arrival from lli-cmcrhovriu
Consisting of a Full Assortment
RFRHIlValr TRF.Vril GAAM.
II UliHUliTil W 1 JIlj.iUJl UUUlltJI
Iii Large Variety, Sorb as t
ja-EW ST VLB FANCY PRINTS, FURNI
TURE PRINTS, Canary Print., Chocolate Trinti, fte.
Brown, Blue and White Cottons ft Drills, Btriped Denims,
RegsUas, Ticklogs, Italians, Merlnoes, Meltons,
Waterproofs, Linen Drills, Moleskins, Lasting, Bunting,
Blue, White and Scarlet Flannels, French Dress Good",
French Merlnoes and Muslin de Laine, Marseilles,
Gentlemen' Clothing !
White and Fancy Flannel Ehirts, French Felt Hats,
Undershirts, Silk, Woolen and Cotton Tea Jack et,
Bedspreads, Drawers, Woolen Blankets,
Cotton Blankets, Horse Blankets, blue and gray
A LARGE VARIETY OF NEWEST STYLE
3?arisian Shawls !
Carriage Covers, Umbrellas and Parasols,
Artificial Flowers. Silk Ribbons,
Child's Hoods and Booties, Babies' Bibs, Aprons, Gar(ers(
Child's Piquet Dresses, Ladies' Lace Bonnets,
Brushes, Frilling Shirts, Collars and Cuffs, Belts,
Ladies' Combs, Chignons, Buttons, Iloslery, Neckties,
Ladies' Newest Style Paris Hats, trimmed Slips, Scarfs,
Handkerchiefs, French Suspenders,
A Fine Assortment of Jewelry, Braes lets, Ring.,
Watch Chains, Sleeve Buttons, Necklaces, Brooches,
HAIR OILS and POMATUMS,
Finest Extract! and Toilet Articles from Psrii,
Lobin's Extract, Rlmmcl's Phllocome,
Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Melodeons, LTand Organs,
Accordeons, One Tyrolian Guitar, Violin Strings,
Children's Instruments, Dolls and Other Toys, Cutlery,
Pictures and Picture Frames. Needles. Spool Cotton,
Linen Thread, Saddle Girths, Spurs, Stirrup Leathers,
Elate and Slate Pencils, Looking O lasses. Purses,
Wrapping Paper, Colored and White Printing Taper,
Feather Dustsrs, Candles, Shot, Cork. Freth Blacking,
Ilandsome Flower Stand,
Fine Havana and German Cigars !
Gennine Briar and Meerschaum Pije,
Copy Bool., Pocket Backs, Pencil, ?.leat Saf ,
Cuisines a U Minute, Bags snd Bagging,
! French Sardines. Petits Toi. Mushrooms. Prune. .
Pates. Tunny, in oil; Olives, French Table Fruits, In .yropi
Capers, French Mustard, Vinegar,
Preserved Germsn Vegetables and Fruit, in tin;
Candlrs Camphor, In Glass;
WINES and I.HIITORS :
Mattel ft Co.', OUrd Dapui ft Co.' anl Hernessy'
Brandies, in cases;
Port Wine and Sherry, flock Wine,
Best Schiedam Gin, in Etone Jan;
French White Wines an l Clsret.
Best Brands of Champagne I
In quarts and pints; ke., Ar., ftc.
sepCOlml ED. IIOFFSCIILAEOER . CO.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREd!
123 DATS I ROM BOf TOS.
1gg com m: w ii f. o ro h n r d aoi:,
f w 2 sots rw sv,1Sr4 W bal Lrne. (. aulnf fall,
lis) boas Larrcx Mill Cmu tca. wi4 m ts I li.
Cotton, Kasm. I'SK-kt lHt'ing Sue ll IH
Ash Uais.Bt sorted frvsn 10 la 31 (ft ler-g'l S.
T"t ssle SI rfOnoed f !r-s
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Oiler for Nnle the
rOLLOWIfJG fJBW B !
PEU IIAWAI1AX BARK It. (. WVLiE,
oar tlaa4re4 aa4 Thirl j-b !,
VV T.I.K! OF rUINT-Tt'RKEr
Red, I'lalil, white ground, chemist., rrsy and Unry
Jaentxts, P-rewn Cut tons, I jalilit Whit. Cttn.n,
llnrmrks' Long Cbh, A, II w III lrw) tnit.
Hickory Stripes, tHrlpsd Ticking, ftrvwn Holland,
I ln.o laiMinc, Plus Htriprd Deolms,
lllue. White and Fancy f lanorl, klnMjQito Nellle-i,
Vote Wiut wnof Tweed, tcrlort
Riark Merloo and Cobnurf,
l.tnen, assorted r ambers, li yards, pieces, kr.
Victoria Lawns, Itarege, Lasting,
A MTERIOR LOT OF TAILORS' (iOOD.S !
roetkln, Buckskin, Pisgonal, Rlpps, Cashmere, M-aVsLiq
White Cambric, Wl.it. ft Torkfy Red Cotton, Silk 4 fottlAMs.
White Cotton and Tuklsb, Linen TuiM'h.
Linen ft Colton, Brooks' ralent.Tbrea1, Riark Mer.ro RrsJ.ls.
Men's Whits and Uray Merino, Brown ft Ilia Missd Cotton.
LADIES' STOCKINGS, ASSORTED ;
Children's Stockings, Shirts, fancy Basnet, Canton, Colon.
Regatta. Denim, fte.
I'ntlershlrts CoUoo, Meriito and Mk,
T'mbrellas, Italian black I Nockltea,
Black and Colored Silk Klhboa. Knlout raa.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF SHAWLS
AND CLOTHING !
Cloth, Buckskin, Flannel, Cotton, .,
P. C Monkey Jack.ta, Heary Wool Blank els, nil fntnrst
Cotton and Horse Blankets, Quilts, fte.
Burtnps, Wool rack, Canvas, Ounny flues,
Calfskins, 4-c, Corks, Parfumery, ftc, Lubln's Ivitrart.
P-au d. Cologne, philoeom.. Hair Oil and Macassar,
Fancy Soap. Windsor, ftc.
Tooth vornbs. Tooth I
Looking Ulasses and ,
, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes.
I Mirrors, Imitation Jewelry.
Ledgers, Journals, Ae.. Marios Cards.
Harmonicas, I K Balls, Feather Dusters,
Pvckst and Butcher Knifes, Scissors, In lesAbsv ft rardii
Tinned Spurs, Lanterns, C 0 Irons,
Galvanised Csrrngated tlbect Iron. 4 aatssi
nalranlsed Pips, all slsnst (lalraniaed Uutkets. 1012 io.
Tubs, Tinned Haacepans, Best ChassesX
Tin Plates, Banca Tin, rtheet 14 and tine.
Bright and Oiled Feno Wire, Mos. 4, and i;
Hoop Iron, S sise Rivets, Munis Yellow,
Metal and Nails, Bsr Iron, tiun Towner, Knot, fte.
Blacksmiths' Coal, f rlntlng and Wrapping I'siier,
Cordsgs and Tacking, Toys, Tumblers,
Basket a. Taints and Oils. Vienna garniture.
Wall Taper, Crockery, Caustic Boda, Tar aod I'llch,
Anchors and Chains, Oil Cssks and Shooks,
Keroseos Barrels, Birch Broosss,
Cement, lire Clay, Firs) Bricks, Uaiuhler Cutcb,
GROCERIES ! .
Crashed Sagar, Wash Blus, ftarllns, Salt, Raisin.
Mustard, Tales, fte., fte.
Stearin Candles and Safety Matches,
Liquors, we., Bvutellean's Brandy1, 2, S and 4 diamond,
Oin, la baskets and green rases
Champagne Heilsick, Ruloart, Thoreaua,
SparkUng Hock, Rhine Wins, Bavarian Beer,
M. Tsui's Ale, rjuaits and ptntsi
Jeffrey's Ale, nusrti and platsj Bitters, Ac.
German and Havana Cigars, at low prices, tit dot. consign
menta, in lots to suit, ftc, o., .
OrsVr from f Orser issads FrempHy Eittutt4 at
sep30 Mark. I Hares. qr
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
A LL PERSONS HAVING CLA IM AOAINST
Xm. the est le olJsmes Robinson, lata of Honolulu, deceased.
whether secured by mortgags or otherwise, ars refsestd to
send their claim., properly auUtenticaled, address 1 1 th ex
ecutors, at the ofllc. of Allen ft Rohthson, Queen ISlrast, !
notula, within sis months from the first publication hereof, or
they will be forever barred.
CLRT1S P. WARD,
s. C. ALLris, C Etrcuiora. "
MARK I. ROBINSON. S
Bated this 12th dsy of Set. 1870. srplS 4t
NOTICE TO TRESPASSERS.
ALL PERSONA ARK HEREBY FORTH D.
HEN to treses on Ui Uad railed WAIMAft ALO,
ths Ahnpuas of llonoallall. District of Kwa, Oahu. by letting
cattle run on th same, or by cutting, or taking wood, or kill
ins wild rattle, or hunting on said laod.
The boondaries of said Una are described as follows! O na
Aina Iloollmaliroa wins ia John Meek. O k Kula LIU 11
a me k Kula IIONOfl.IlU, ma ka una mausa, a sne na
aoao maksl e NAN AKCLI, ma kahl aoao a na KooiUaa, ma
lis hi aoao.
Honolulu, March 11,1876. (nihil tp Jn. CONET.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &e..
On the Island of Hani.
ALL PF.RSONM HAVING CATTLE,
HORSE, ftc, paxlng on Ihs Wailuku or Waikspu
Common, ars rerinested to remove the same, H not romavuted
for on or before th 1st dsy of June. 179. After said date all
Cattle, fte., found tresspassing will be Impounded a-onnrdlag to
law. All persons wishing to run cattle, Ac, on ssld common,
can do so by applying to
HENRY CORNWXLL ft CO..
N. B. No driving Horses, Caltls, fte., or branding allowed
on said commons without ths permission of the said CornweU
. ft Co., or their authorised agent.
atiaku. May 23, 1S78. my 20 if
I BEG TO INFORM THE PUBLIC
WHAT ON MONDAY. OCTOBER tT,
M from five to sis p. m , I ahsll eon me no a, !AILi
COCttSK OS GKRMAN, CHIEFLY FOR til ELK. The asms
method will be followed as In th French.
Also that MONDAY, tbe lHtb Inst.. I SHALL OPEN AN
EVENING CLASS, (from 7 14 ,) in Arithmetic, Ae. for
partlculais, apply to (aeplfl) Til. M. RklCHIC.
AH. CLEG HORN sk L'0RKKPECTFl'U
LY Inform ihs LA VI HA and lb Tablls Generally, that
they have placed th mansgement of their Fort Street btors In.
th hands of MR. MM ON GRANT, who will take charge from,
September lltb, 1874. sepl4 St
Valuable House and Lot For Sale t
THE PREMISES KNOWN All THE
MAINS HOTEL, situate on King Street, adjoining
the premise of Mr. Thomas Thrum. Is offved f ssls.
A hoe opportunity for capitalists to Invest.
Terms reasonable, l or funfaor particular, nly to
epl6 4t K B. FRIEL.
THE DWELLING IIOt'SK LATELY
occcpicd by th ulsrriber, Situated on BsreUnia rH.
This how I In first rate repair, and I Sited with all
us conveniences or a nrit class bouse, lu'iuire of
jUS II. F. ROLLER ft CO.
TMIK WATER RATES FROM JULY 1st.
. 174, (payable io ad vanoe) to January 1177, awing row
doe, all persons bsvlng Water Rates unpaid ars requested to
call at my office and sent previous to the 30th of September.
All water rates unpaid (jt alter Ibst dat ar liable to tx cat
off without any further notice.
II. S. H0WLAND,
se23 lm Superintendent W ater Worts,
ILES' RESTAURANT & BILLIARD SALOON
T HIE UNDERSIGNED HAH OPENED AN
. KstaMisbmcot ss above,
At No. 8 Nnnann St., Opposite Merchant,
where at all hoar of the dsy and evening can Iwi found Tea
and Coffee, and all the materials for a light or a substantial
lunch, including a plate of Poup, Beef and Cabbage, or Ham
lies' CelehrateJ Centennial Drink and Mead, always on
band. A Billiard Table on the i.renii.
seplS 6tu JA. II. ILES.
Special Purchasing Agent!
EXPECTINO TO VIMTSA N FRAKf'IkCO
BY THE OCTOBER eTKAMLH FOR TI1K
Selection of Goods for the Holiday Season,
Tenders His Services to the Public
In the Above Capacity, for the Attention of any
Orders In II is Line.
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