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r 'by C. S. BARTOW.
On THURSDAY, OCT. 4th,
I Alio O'clock, Am M,
I At Sales Eoom. Will be Sold
AndaVariety of Other Merchandise
C. S. BARTOW. Auct'r.
LARGE FISH NET!
ON SATURDAY. - - - OCTOBER 6th,
"I At 12 o'clock noon al Salesroom, will be sold,
1 LARGE FLYING FISH NET,
NINETY FEET IN LENGTH.
C. S. EARTOW, Auct'r.
f.MJERSIOED IS NOW READT
f to I3e
VIEWS OF HOUSES, GROUPS, OR OUT-
fjf any kinJ, on the most reasonable terms, anil of the best
ijuality- Communications tent through the Post Office will
,eceeproup attention. H. L. CHASE.
TO RICE PLANTERS !
VE HAVE liATEbY RECEIVED A
jY SMALL LOT OF
CHINA SEED PADDY
To which we be to call the attention of Kice Growers, as the
prodnct or the China Seed meeU with a more ready sale and
at better prices in the San Francisco market than that grown
from Carolina seed.
.For Bale in qua.titie, to suit, by ucKFELD CO.
IX THE DRT MONTHS TO COME IT
"will be well to secure a place on the list of a Milkman
who will not disappoint you ol a supply.
1 ANTON E LOPEZ
Can farnlok all Sunimt r the Best of Milk, at 8 Cts.
I Per Quart. People to aJJ their own water.
I New Customers may leave their names with Frielfc Bush.
PATENTED JUL! lllh, 1871.
THE MOST WONDERFULLY
Effective External Remedy
A SilS LIRE MONUMENTAL ALABASTER may be
attaiaed by asin- GLENN'S SILPIirR SOAP.
Try It, Ladies.
It is a genuine beautifier, and very economical. This Soap
safety aod certainly removes cutaneous eruptions by opening
toe pores whose obstruction was the cause of the difficulty
TEST AND TOU WILL ENDORSE IT.
Dn nnarrrTiil dradorizer . ditenfectant and counter
irritant, yet entirely harmless, it positively cures all local
jibas3 or th 8is as if by magic.
It thoroughly bleaches the cuticle and pkbmakixtlt bkac
Ttriu the complexion with a certainty unknown to any arti
cle ever invenieu iue m kui v-
U is emphatically the remedy for 8cn.ru and Brass, in
stantly removing ail soreness without pain, and effecting a
care in every Instance.
A a preventative and remeJy for Go it and Rhkimit.sm,
its effects are really wonderful.
It it a Mure preventative of all diseases that are com
municated fry coming in contact with the person, such a
Itch, etc. . ' , .,.
ttraaias, Barissa asd Cera are cured with unfailing cer
I; removes Dandruff and prevents the hair from falling
elf or turning prematurely gray.
It completely DisasFEcrs Clothing, from the sick-room or
person, that has become impregnated with disease.
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP !
Is a Specific in those OBNOXIOUS DISEASES whkh have
treen heretofore treated with Sulphur Oiolmenta" having the
advantage of being Cms, Isoffemivb and L'bisjtriocs to
ULPHUIl BATHS I
The beneficial results of Sulphur Baths are too well known
14 require comment. The effects of GLENN'S SIL
111 LI R SO AH in the bath, are truly electrical, completely
4odarixiog offensive accumulations and thoroughly purifying
turn entire surface of the body. In fact it is
The King of Soaps for Bathing
and Toilet Purposes.
f)rrt ( For Diseases of the Skin bathe freely and
lcv a thk lather before retiring, allowing it to remain over
nTal far Scalds and Burns apply the Ulher freely to the
aliened parta. mad the fire and pain will be removed immedi
ale;T. far (loot. Rheumatism, Sprains, Bruises and Cuts ap
ply cloths well saturated with a strong solution. For old Sores
and Clcers it is ravaluable. Use freely as a lotion For a
Breveotative in Objectionable Diseases use a stroog suds as a
, 1 1 m k. ( C : n V- nw foil.
Thoroughly wash and rinse the article with SULPHUR
OAf? then again rub the soap well into the fabric and put
offcient soft water to cover it and let it soak twenty-four
aoors or even longer if convenient, dry without wringing or
ttntiac and iron while quite damp with as hot an iron as can
U used without burning.-SULPHUR SOAP may be
Ksed tor all purposes where it does not come in contast with
jht metal or paint. It blackens the one and removes the
, GLENN'S SULHUR SOAP
14 CHEERFULLY ENDORSED BY THE MEDICAL FRA
Beware of Imitations
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP,
TAKE NO OTHER.
J FOR SALE BY
8 M. MclNERNY.
Large 8J-, pp. ZH, cloth, 8j., post free ; or in half morocco,
. 10s. 6d.
Homoeopathic Domestic Physician
BY DRS. PULTE AND EPPS.
Revised, with important additions, and many new remedies, by
Vashixgton Errs, LR.C.P., M.R.C.S.,
Jtsistant Physician to the Lonian Homaopathic Hospital.
TABLE OF CONTENTS -.
' General Diseases Casual Diseases Cutaneous Diseases
Fevers Affections of the Mind the nead the Eyes the
Ears the Nose the Face, Lips, and Jaws the Teeth, Gums,
and Mouth the Windpipe and Chest the Stomach and
Bowels the Urinary and Uenital Organs Diseases of Women
Treatment of Children Anatomy and Physiology Hygiene
and Hydropathy Materia Medica Domestic Surgery
Medical and Surgical Appliances Dislocations and Luxations
Fractures Glossary Index.
V A Chest of Medicines (book enclosed) 3 10. or 5 5s.; or
1 .a a- i . I rrr 1 Am ts A A
JAMES EPPS & Co., Homoeopathic Chemists,
148, Threadneedle Street, and 170, Pic-
l CADIIXY. IiOKDON. Sl5 4t
BY E. P. ADAMS.
SAI.E OF VALUABLE
Saturday, September 29th,
At Noon, at Salesroom of E. P. Adams, Queen at, we will sell
FOE C -Al. S H
The Lands of
SITUATE IN THE DISTRICT OF 1IILO,
Hawaii. These Lands are adjacent to each other, mak
ing one tract of about 7,600 acres in extent, of which 1,875
acres, more or less, are CANE LAND, and the rest
Ohia Forms Landa. much of which is SUITABLE
FOR COFFEE. There is a landing for boata at the beach.
Title Award of the Land Commission, No. 8559 B Apanas
seventeen and eighteen.
This gale ofTers a fine opportunity for investment In Sugar
Culture, with an ample field for a first class Plantation En
terprise. For further particulars inquire of S. B. DOLE, or E. P.
ADAMS. Charts at the Salesroom.
J. MOTT SMITH,
K. O. HALL,
8. B. DOLE,
Trustees of thftLonalllo Estate.
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
mjOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I.
il J. R. WILLIAMS, the mortgagee named in that certain
indenture of mortgage, executed by Levi Chamberlain and
Jol n Michel! on the 1st day of October, 1875, and recorded n
the Office of the Registrar of Conveyances, in Honolulu, in
Liber 44 page 91, intend to foreclose the said mortgage, ac
cording to the terms and conditions therein named, default
. : Iuim ... n , 1 fn 1. Minrt;:nn m m ml in ,Vl mA l-fl li TP
UttTlUg UCTJH lliauk U UC WUUIUUU ... uv -
to the payment of interest; and to sell the property named in
said mortgage at
29th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1877
At 12 o'clock noon of said day, at the office ol E. P. Adams,
in Honolulu, Oabu.
0i1ii1a Af nrnnprlv mmftl in the mortirafife: NOW OD the
Halawa Plantation at said Ewa, viz:
OUTS SUGAR MILL
Of Three Rollers with Pinions,
Length of rollers being thirty-four inches, and diameter
ONE LARGE STEAM ENCINE !
Of twenty-five inches by ten inches cylinder.
One Small Portable Engine and Steam uoner;
Seven feet in length by twenty-six inches diameter.
2 CEXTR1FUGAL MA CHINKS VUMfL.Kllu,
One large boiler twenty feet in length by five feet diameter,
two clariners of five hundred gallons each, two large driving
wheels with shaft complete, each four feet and six inches in
diameter, one counter snail wkb vwoiasi uu mwc puuej.,
auU one DJ wiicci lor large cukiui;, i u,
tank, two sliding dampers, thirty to forty thousand bricks,
(more or less) sundry tools, as blacksmithing'a bellows, coop
er's anvil, etc., thirty-six coolers, one force pump, two pumps,
counter shaft for driving pump, one round damper, four fur
nace fronts with doors and furnace bars, lot of steam and
water pipes, steam cocks and teche valves, holding-down bolts
for engine, mill and centrifugal machines, two steam guages,
lot of square iron braces, and one mandril for centrifugal ma
chines, and all the fixtures and appurtenances thereto belong
ing or appertaining. J. R. WILLIAMS,
W. R. CASTLE, Attorney. sel5 3t
REGULAR CASH SALE !
FRIDAY, - - OCTOBER 5th,
At hair-past 9 A. M., at Salesroom,
FOR PARTICULARS SEE POSTERS S
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
LARGE AUCTION SALE
JUST RECEIVED PER
Bark Discovery and Late Arrivals !
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 16th!
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At No. 2 Mclnty re's New Store,
ON FORT STREET,
WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH !
AN ENTIRE INVOICE OP NEW
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE I
2 COMPLETE BEDROOM SETS.
With Bureau, Wasbstand, Chairs, 4c,
3 BLACK AT1LMT MARBLE TOP SIDEBOARDS,
2 Ash Marble Top Sideboards, 2 Black Walnut Secretaries,
1 BLACK WALXrT COLLI XG TOP OFFICE DESK!
An elegant article.
One case Oval Tea Poya, One Office Desk Tea Poys,
One Fall front Office Desk,
THREE PARLOR ORGANS!
(From the celebrated factory of Geo Woods & Co, Boston).
These are new fine instruments in perfect order.
3 Black Walnut Extension Dining Tables, 1 Black Walnut
Marble Top Center Table, 3 Black Walnut Fancy Top Side
Tables, 4 lilacs: w ainui vt arurooes.
One New Patent Ladies' Parlor Chair !
4 cases (1 dx each) Best Washington Chairs, 1 case Bent
Quincy Oak Chairs, 1 case Pioneer Wood Chairs, 2 cases
Splendid Wood Chairs.
FOUR PINE DRESS BUREAUS, with filaea
Cane Back Nursing Chairs, 4 cases Astor Grecian Chairs,
3 cases Walnut Cane Back Rocking Chairs, with arms,
1 Case English Crttage Chairs, Brace Arms, Panelled
2 cs. Oak Dining Chairs, bent rim; 1 cs. Ladies' Dining Chairs
2 HARTFORD WOVEN WIRE SPRING MATTRESSES,
1 CHILD'S CANOPY TOP CARRIAGE,
1 CHILD'S BUGGY TOP CARRIAGE.
All the above articl? are new and in perfect order, and will
be sold WITHOUT RESERVE, in lots to suit.
Goods rnss be inspected hi any time daring
the Week previous to Sale.
Xy Orders from the other islands faithfully attended to.
E. P. ADAMS. Aait'i-;
SALE OF VALUABLE
Caiic & Pasture Lands
SATURDAY, : : NOVEMBER 3rd,
At 12 O'clock, Noon, at Salesroom of E. P. Adams,
Queen Street, Honolulu, we shall sell for CASH, the
AHUPUAA OF H0NUAP0,
I LI OF KAPUALE1 !
SlTfATED JS TUE DISTRICT OF Kir, HAWAII.
These Lands are adjacent to each other, making one tract of
ABOUT 2,200 ACRES IN EXTENT !
Of which 1000 Acres, more or less, are
Tfcielx Cane JLaixds !
AND THE REST ;
COOD CRAZING LAND!
r:.- t i r.n.t..!.n ImrA Nn 8559 B. A nana B.
Allies, uwu uvuiiiti.Ji"" i -
There is a Lease upon these Lands expiring on the 1st of
January, xsi. . . .
The upper part of this Tract liea in a rain belt, where there
i .nARA;Anfr mnt.tnM f.ii ...n PHi.inv the vear round. -
Vnr fnrther nurtinnlarm. inanira of S. B. Dole. OX X. P-
Adams. Charts at Salesroom.
E. O. HALL,
J. MOTT SMITH,
8. B. DOLE,
Inuteea of Lunalilo Estate
COFFEE Al FOREST MIS
C. BREWER & CO.
For Sale to Arrive,
In September, by the Splendid New American
BARK "AMY TURNER !"
A. W. NEWELL, Master,
The Following Assortment
rvswn IIIIvnRKD TONS STEAM COAL.,
A One Hundred and Thirty-five Tons Cumberland Coal,
Twenty Tons Stove coat, .
6 Extra Timbered 30 Feet New Bedford Whale Boats,
Oak Plank, one to four inches -r
lCoilon Card Matches
" RADIANT " KEROSENE OIL,
KEGS CUT NAILS, 3J to 40J;
Kegs Cut Spikes, 4, 5 and 8 inches
Naval Stores & Ship Chandlery,
Wilmington Pitch, American Tar, Resin,
. .' 5. ntln Diirlr No. 1 to 10:
?TJiriis x uruciiMuv. - - ,. .
Cutting Falls, Whale Line, Asit'd Oars, 10 feet to 20 feet;
Leather Belting, Rubber Hose,
Centrifugal Linings, Rubber Packing,
Side Hill Plows, Eagle Plows,
OX CARTS, OX YOKES,
FENCE WIRE. NO. 5 AND 6;
Amoskeag Denims, Bleached Cottons, 4 4. 8-4, 10-4, 11-4
Durham 1-nniB. . m., ou . -
Merrimao PrinU. 30 in.; Assorted Prints, 25 in.-,
Knickerbocker Prints, Hamilton Percales,
-n.innaii Ruff Prints
FAIRBANKS' SCALES, asst'd sizes, on wheels;
, i-ivM Vaa (iron Pnrn. (a Croix Brand;)
Tomato Ketchup, Potted Meats, Lobsters, Tomatoes,
ir..i. I'nm aiaroh
Oerkins. i gallon and 1 gallon jars; Dairy Salt, in Barrels;
Barrels American Mess Beef, Bbls. Am. Extra Prime Pork
Quarter Barrets uiear rora,
Half Bbls. Mineral Paints, Boiled Linseed Oil, 5 gall, tins;
liemar v arnisu, wwu varuwu.
IRON .TSTJO 1VEET A TiS
r 1 A Ol In - noltfttrtivl Pin A I tn 1 1 In.
Babbitt Metal. Solder, A nor ted Bar Iron, round & square;
w . T I W 1 lMk.
Hoop iron, , t, x men, luv-u.
Yellow Metal, 10 ounces to 20 ox.; Sheath Nails. 11, It;
Square and Round Pointed Shovels, Charcoal Iron?,
A Few Sets of Single Harnesses, One Set Double ditto;
WOODEN WARE !
Axe Handles, Barrels Bung", Folding Clothes nores,
.. . ir.i d1 1
neeioarrowa, ux iokc., vnum iuc,
EASTERN PINE BARREL & KEG SHOOKS,
Spokes and Hubs, asst'd sizes; Hide Poison,
Nests Trunks, Paper Bags,
Dining Chairs, Wood Seat Chairs, Cottage Chamber Sets,
Black wainui eiueooarus,
An Invoice of McMurray's Fresh Oysters,
one and two pound cans;
An Asst. of KN0WLES' STEAM PUMPS,
numbers two to seven;
mRR SOLD AT REDUCED RATES!
A Well Selected Assortment of SADDLES, of a Celebrated
BURNETT'S Lemon and Vanila Extracts,
Burnett's Cocoaine, Kalliston and Toilets.
;o .7m C. BREWER & JU.
GHHS. LaOHI I
DEALER in WINES & SPIRITS,
No. 5 Merchant Street,
t.;. Rii.inMi ami intelv added lareelv to his Stock,
would call the attention of old friends and the public, to the
Enumerated below, which
HE OFFERS FOR THE NEXT 90 DAYS
Timm V.rroniv Kuffpne Cliauot.
Bousy Mosseaux, Ruinart, Fere and Fils,
Rillerv Mossesnz. Heidsieck 6c, Co.
Ch. Farre. Montebello.
(quarts and pints.)
Martell, Southern Vineyard Proprietors Co.
Uennessy, ve L.aage, r us s vo.
. H. Cutter, ' O K,"
Extra uia biock. u &
O F C " Sour Mash,
Schiedamsche Jenever, (in jugs)
Old Tom Cordial.
Australian, - Sauterne.
Blood, Wolfe 4 Co.,
Iud Coope fc Co.,
(pints and quarts )
Blood, Wolfe k Co..
Term a Blanco.
Schwediah Punch; etc.
Whalebone, Anchors, Chains
Dayits, Casks and Oil BajrreU,
vampoor t, Rt,,p, Knives.
For Portland, Oregon
The Hawaiian Bark
Will have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
GREEN, M ACFARLANE 4- CO.
REGULAR PACKET FOR WAIALUA !
The fast sailing
L Schooner KATE,
.at. , . ti nhiv ierlisuled and rtoaire.l. and will
.r rpiilar nackrt for the ihv purt. for Irircni or
passage, apply i trie i.aymu
" r . . ,..... k c9Q.tr
For Portland, Oregon
THE FASTSAILING BARKENTINE
Jane A. Falkinbrirg,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port !
rrr For Freight or Passage apply to
For SAIV FRANCISCO.
THE FAVORITE AMERICAN BARK
D. C- M UR RAY,
Will Have auick Dispatch for Above Port.
vreiht or Passage, having superior accommodations
for Cabin and Steerage Passengers, apply to
22 c. B1HSW1.H
Will Leare Honolulu fr
San Francisco on or about Tuesday, Oct. 9th
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY OF SYDNEY !
On or about Oct. 18th, 1877.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
H. HACK.FELD & CO., Agents.
n-r Goods for Shipment per Steamer can now be stored in
the Steamer's Warehouse Free of Storage. J28
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER ' UKELIKE,'
. H ilo and return
MonSay,' October 15 cVrnit'S Kaua"
rri DoW nntnr 2b Circuit or Kauai
IIIUIBUBJ) i-.rw .
Eates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai
. 8 00
. 10 00
.. 10 00
.. 10 00
.. 10 00
II ilo, "
,. 12 60
.. 22 00
. 8 00
.. 12 00
Circuit of Hawaii, Round Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai
Circuit or Kauai, nouou trip
Deck Passage tor natives omy
No Credit for Passage money :
Tff rTa IT TITS' rvFPlCK ONLY.
.. ... i -a (atpn nnttl naid for.
re.pon.tole'rorbgg any Freight or Parcel.
unless receipted ror.
F?lK.,U.i i JltlZ S. . have the Bteamer reach Hona
luluon the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL a. M ILUEtt, Ageni.
Office with Wilder Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
IP SUFFICIENT INDUCEMENTS OFFER
TflE AMERICAN BARK
Tvr ar t Ii a Davis
- n.v. . TTnnnlnln ahnut October 1st.
Will be laid on the Berth for Honolulu about October 1st,
And will Sail from Boston about Nov. 1st.
For further particulars apply to
0. BREWER & CO., Honolulu,
n. Mm. CUAS. BREWER ft CO.,
27 Kilby Street, Boston.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAHA1NA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
WIlIBnnBegiilarly between This Port and Lahalna,
Hon ol tin Saturdays and Lahalna every Wednesday.
958 3m H. HACKfKLD uo.. Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER Si. CO., AGENTS
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
and other Merchandise to new ueaiora, uosion, new iun mu
otner eastern rorts. ar vasn auTiiutr- .
o2 ly V. skewsb s J.
R EG U LA R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER fc CO., AGENTS.
..nalwA flTHR A f!K TREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(03 ly) V. DnsfTx.n at w.
SAUI'L. G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer LIKELIKE
MARCH A NT
SAILING DAYS as per Schedule,
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT OFNUt i
rDcir.UT P.I I LS DUE ON DEMAND.
I II kl U II '
OFFICE WITH WILDER fc CO.
IRON, IR0N.C0AL, COAL
WEST l CHAYTER
rfAVG JUST R.K-;tua v J " " '
I -I , ni..rr.w. one of the largest and
BEST ASSORTED INVOIUHib
itvu w-sa "i
Ever Imported irdo this Kingdom,
Which, together with their Large Stock on hand, they offer for
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES.
tTa OO.r Ti
. ik. v.r iui Quality, for Blacksmiths' use, in sacks.
n.-.-.MM.iMiiii Bolts and Spring, Axles, from 1 to 3 In.
CVp.KKsZ..VERY LOW! Tubular
Iron Ox Bows, cheap and auraoic.
AW VI . . . ,
ALL OBDEBS PB0MPTLY ATTEXDED TO.
anil tf wiss ai. iiiAi it-K
KA MOI. AN
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IN (QUARTS AND PINTS.
For saie at Agents' rales, by
H. HiUareLU at Co.,
Sole A tents for Messrs. Ruinart Pere File,
spi'rii.nTirr tup mpmukbs OF
Il&w&ii.n Trihj, Nn 1 Tmnrnvhl fv.ltt aT Tl Mm. ufi re.
quested to be present at the meeting ON FRIDAY EVENING
NEXT, Oct. 5th, as business of special importance will come
up. (It) Per Order. II. SMITH, C. of R.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY !
URV GOODS SALESMAN. APPL.VAT
A. 8. C LEGHORN Co.'s
Fort Strrrt Store.
TO LET OR LEASE.
IHE HOUSE AND LOT FORMERLY
known as Little Greenwich." at Paao. The Hoase
will be furnished or unfurnished, as may be desired. An ex
tensive pasture lot may be bad with the above.
ALSO iOR SALE A double seated carriafe. Apply on
the premises to MRS. CAPT. THOd. LONG. sepli 3t
PREMISES ON FORT STREET, LARGE
and commodious house, formerly occupied by W. H.
RUSE, Esq. Has all the necessary ovt-buildings and
conveniences. For one year or more, on aDDlication to the
undersigned on the premises.
auasu O. W.MAC Y.
MIIE WAILUKU VINEYARDS. 5000
I bearing Vines. Apply to
FRIEI. Sr nrran
U 19 Or. on the Dremisf.
f V WIFE ELLEN HAVING LEFT MY
l'i bed and board without just cause or provocation, all
persons are hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting
her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting
after this date. LENO BAPTISTA.
Lihue, Kauai, July 7th, 1877. JyM 6m
TMIE LAND OF MR. C. E. WILLIAMS IN
Palolo Valley having been placed in charge of the under
signed, all persons are hereby warned not to trespass upon the
same, unuer penalty oi tne law.
Honolulu, Aug. 11, 1071. (auti sm) CHAD. LONG.
A CONVENIENT COTTAGE, No. 107
Nuuanu Avenue. Enquire of
dlfl 3. 3. LEMON.
List of Advertised Letters
Remaining nt the General Peat Office, Ho-
nolnln, September, 1877.
Adderley, F. G.
Ft lair. Wm.
Mcgowan, Mrs. Marthy
Buttanshaw, Lieut. Col.
Messer, Albert II.
Page, W. H.
Pomper, Y. II.
Peccenini, Melchiorre 2
Robb, Mrs. Joseph 2
Robb, Mr. Joseph
Sturgis, F. W.
Stephenson, W. H. 3
Spencer, Mrs. J. R,
Stevenson, F. M.
Smith, Mrs. E.
Taylor, A. E.
Times, Theodore, F. 8. 2
Tennay, Mr. L. P.
White, Mr. A. F.4
Wellington, Mrs II.
Butler, J. W.
Camron. Wm. W.
Chapman, Edward K. 4
Endicott.M. D., R. II.
Foster, V. 3
Gerebko, Madam 2
Hutton. Edward 4
Hammond, Charles 6
Hemeberg, Rev. P. 3
Harris, B. K.
Harris, Harry u.
Manson, Mrs. D.
Persens inquiring for letters in this list are particularly re
quested to ask for advertised letters.
splaiJt A. r. BKltRWDUU, P. M. U.
mHE UNDERSIGNED. PROPRIETORS
M. of Tea and Coffee Shops, hereby give notice that hereaf
ter they will not furnish a Ma nun hi Cigar with a Cup
of Tea or Coffee.
Honolulu, July 26, 1877.
K ITCH WAY,
AVE BEEN APPOINTED SOLE AGENTS
at these Islands, for the sale of the
Miller, Stewart & (to.'s
CROWN BRAND OF
LEADING BRAND IN KENTUCKY,
United States, and which for its purity and superior quality, is
Highly recommended for Medi
cinal use !
We have now landing per bark Discovery,
A Small Invoice of these
WHICH WILL BE OFFEBED AT ACFJVTS' BATES
Extra Bourbon, in varnished oak casks and japanned hoops;
Kye) " "
" Bourbon in polished kegs and Dickie plated hoops,
" Bonrbon in 1 dot en bottle cases,
" Bye in 1 dozen bottle cases.
Each bottle beariDg the Caution Label, and
Putup Expressly for Green, Mac-
farlane & Co.
i f . . vvix hA.. nrfii.viM tn h the Gennina
"Miller, Stewart Co.'a Crown Brand," direct Irom tq
manufacturers, and in quality unsurpassed.
e22 2m GREEN. MACFARLANE it CO'
Just Received from San Francisco,
BT LATE ARRIVALS,
A Large and Handsome Assortment
Such as Frames, Velvet Cases, Union Cases, c. Also,
A m STYLE OF PHOTOGRAPHS !
Printed in Porcelain;
-Portraits in Alba Plates,
A Style never before mirouuceu
. .L... T nr.nirl tn LV PhotOf rSDhS
produce a pr. 17x20. . sis. which will
be remblred b, Honolulu people some years ago, made by
Every facility will be found at my establishment to
Take any and All KinM 0.1 ricturei j
a MJbv the element and 'the advanUge of human inge
nuity and enterpri"- 0i?e me CaU
EPPS'S COCOA. !
u t itri. tnnwledre of the natural laws which rv-
ern the operations of digestion aad Dutrittoo, and by a careful
SDDlication of the fine properties of well-selected cocoa. Mr.
Kdps has provided our breakfast tables with a delicately
flavoured beverage which may save us many heavy doctors
bills. It Is by the Judicious use of such articles of diet that a
eoostltatioa may oe grauuauy duiii up uum
resUt every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle mala
dies are floating around us ready to attack wherever there is a
weak point. We may escape many iii y "H'"S
ourselves well fortified with pure Wood and a properly nour
ished frame." Bee Article in me tit service umwc.
Made simply with boiling water or milk.
Sold only In Packets and Tins, lib and lib, labelled :
JAMES EPPS & CO.,
" HOMOEOPATHIC CHZMI2T8. '
48, Tibbadshdlb Stmt, and 170, Picf .ppT
Woais, tcsroM Road and CaKpax Towv,
aeij Losdox. ly
K- S. CUNUA PROPRIETOR
MERCHANT STRUCT, HONOLULU.
Choice Ales, Wines, Liquors, Cigars, &c
SATUIWA Y. SEPTEMBER 2U.
His Excellency W. L. Mochonua has been appointed by the
Board of Education, Pcbool Agent for the District of Lahalna,
Island of Maui.
Ed oca t ion Office. W. Js. Smith.
Aliiolaoi Hale, Sept 27, 1877. i 3t Secretary.
To Article 61 of the Constitution granted on the 20ih day ol
August, A. D. 1804, la accordance with Article 80 of said
Constitution. That Article 01 be, and the same is hereby
amended so as to read as follows :
Abticlb 61. No person shall be eligible for a Represents.
41 ve of the people who is insane or an Idiot; nor unless he be a
male subject of the Kingdom, who shall have arrived al the
full age of twenty-one years, who shall know how to read and
write, who shall understand accounts, and shall have been
domiciled in the Kingdom for at least three year immediately
preceding his election, and who shall own Real Estate or
Personal Property within the Kingdom of a clear value, ever
ari above alt Incumbrances of at least Ave hundred dollars.
Approved this .... day of A. I). 187S.
To Article 20 of the Constitution, granted on the 20th day of
August, A. D. 1861, in accordance with Article 80 of said
That Ariicle 20, be and the same Is hereby amended by
striking out the words " of a Court of Record," Immediately
preceding the words " shall ever be member of the Legis
lative Assembly," so that the Article as amended shall read as
Abticlb 20. The Supreme Power of the Klugdom, In its
exercise Is divided Into the Executive, Legislative, and J udl
ciat, these shall always be preserved distinct, and no Judge
shall ever be a member of the Legislative Assembly.
Approved this .... day of A. D. 186.
Tue Rev. D. S. Dodge will preach at the Bethel
Chnrcb to-morrow forenoon.
Wamixa Tackkt The scboouer Kate, Capt.
Peterson, baring been fitted up in good rtjle, is
now a regular packet on the routo to Waiulua on
this island, and her hardworking and enterprising
master deserves success.
Yesterday's monthly review at the primary
department of the Fort Street School was well
attended, and is epoken of in terms highly com;
mendatory of both Mrs. Webster and ber pupils.
Tent Service. There was a religious service at
the circus tent on Sunday evening last. Owing to
the fact that only a brief notice was given of the
intended service the congregation was not so full
as it would otherwise have been. The dinging of
familiar hymns was extremely good, and eloquent
addresses were made by the llev. Dr. Hyde and
by Professor Dodge.
Music tihs Afternoon. The band will play at
Emma Square, commencing at 4 o'clock. Follow
ing is the programme:
Overture Opera Tancredl
Selection Opera Simon Boccanegra...
Walts Stories of the Vienna Forest
Selection Opera La Dame Blanche..
Recitation and Prayer, Opera Moses
The IIooikaiea. That is the name we beg to
suggest for the pretty and powerful tug imported
by Messrs. G. C. McLean and Jas. H. Black, from
San Francisco. The name, it will be remembered
by old residents, was given by the natives to the
first really fast sailing schooner that came here as
a coaBter, abont 1844. I he new tug Las made re-
markably good time on ber trips will beat the
Pele and give bet odds and is bound to beco
an institution here.
The End op Hats. The doubly notorious Cap
tain Hays, of whose piratical career "as be
sailed, as be sailed " about the Pacific for the past
twenty years, a very interesting book might be
written is now said to have come to the end of
bis tether, having been murdered by his servant.
It is possible however, and would be quite in
Havs' style, that be himself has set the story In
circulation in order to throw pursuers off his
The Tom ee Dance. Says the Alia California
of Sept. 9:
" There will be issued in a few days, we under
stand, a book entitled " The Dance of Life," a
criticism on Ruiofsen'a " Dance of Death," in
which both the author and bis book are roughly
bandied. The eritio, we are informed, is a lady
of this city, of well-known ability, and ber present
effort has been spoken of to as in the highest terms.
we snail re giaa to see wdbi sne dbs io say ior iuc
other side of the question."
The September number of the Boston 3Iit$ion-
ary Jleraia Das an interesting iciter irom toe
Rev. Dr. Hyde, President or Oabu Theological
Institute on matters Hawaiian. The presentation
of a building lot to the American Board of Com
missioners for Foreign Missions for the use of the
President of the Missionary Institute referred
to by Dr. Hyde as a "signal mark of God's
providential favors "is an aot of christian gen
erosity on the part of our Hawaiian public which
Commencing Operation!. The work of demol
ishing the old coral stone building on "the cor
ner" (Kaabumanu and Merchant streets) about
which still hover so many pleasant memories of
by-gone gossip and Dr. Hoffmann's sage utterances
on passing events has begun this week, and it
may now be reckoned with, the things of the past.
But under the skillful manipulation of Mr. Baker,
the architect and builder, we expect shortly to see
arise in the place of the old building a structure
which shall be an honor to Bishop LCo., and an
ornament to the town.
A SENSATION. The schooner NeUie Merrill.
which arrived on Wednesday afternoon from
Lahaina, reported that the steamer Llktlike, which
left bere on Monday evening for windward ports,
bad not made ber appearance at Lahaina up to
4 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday, some twelve or more
hours behind time. The conclusion was arrived
at that some serious accident bad happened to the
steamer, and Mr. Wilder the owner, promptly
chartered the Aelti Merrill to go In search or the
possible wreck. Capt. llobron, the owner of the
schooner Kamoi, which also left for windward
on Monday , accompanied Mr. Wilder, on the
Xettie. Of coarse, all aorta of conjecture were
rife in regard to the steamer's non-arrival at La
baina and a great deal of anxiety was felt by
those having friends on board. We are bappy to
say however tbat toe AtlUe returned to port op
Thursday evening and to the great relief oj the
entire community reported the LiktliKt all right.
An accident had ooourred to her machinery which
necessitated going to leeward or Lanai, for re
pairs, fifter completing which she continued on
bar trip, arriving at Lahaina at balf past one on
Wednesday morning, tne will be due bere to
Execution op Kapaoa. John Kapaoa, who was
convicted on the 15th of Jane last in the Circuit
Court for Maui of murdering a Chinaman named
Akaka, at Haiku, Maui, In May last, was put to
death by banging in Oabu Jail, yesterday morning,
at 17 minutes past 8 o'clock. The circumstances
attending the murder will he remembered as
evincing a remarkably cold-blooded disposition
on the part of the criminal. But, there was a
woman at the bottom of It, and while ber two vic
tims have gone to the other side," she remains
unpunished. John Kapaoa was a native of Maui,
about thirty years of age, in robust health, tall,
well-formed end very good looking, with a pleas
ing face and amiable expression of countenance.
At 7.30 yesterday morning father Hermann of the
Roman Catholic Church entered the cell of the
condemned man ; at 8.10 be won led by the officer
of the jail to the office, where the death warrant
was read to bim, and th&uoe to the scaffold, where
tbe final scene took place. Father Hermann said
to bin) " Your body, dying bere, your soul will
live beyond." His only response was, "Yes"
Prayer then followed by the Father, and lust
before the word Amen, tbe drop fell, and the mur
derer died without a struggle qr ev a quiver, bla
neck being broke instantly. Tbe attendlug phy
sicians were fir. Edward Hoffmaon and Dr. V. IL
Hutchinson. As we bave bad occasion to remark
on similiar occasions, tbemojtu operandi of execu
tions in Hawaii pel is not to be exceeded la poi&i
of celerity, propriety or completeness, by the
9,mciais U.I B,uv ym vi lue ftuVH
Boat Rick To dav. There promises to bo a
very interesting contest in aquatics Ibis afternoon,
nest iu uquuwco "
me good pulling may be x jec
House boat, coxswain W. J.
Liliu, coxswain 1 W. Wun-
at 5 o'clock, and some
ted. Tbe Custom
l'.l,..l..n anrl tliA T Hi
di nberg, will pull from the end of Long Wharf
out and around tue outer uuoy aim um.
The Phvtolacca clcclrica is the botanic name ol
a curious plant which grows in Nicaragua. A
" is Ii
person cutting off a branch and taking lioiu oi it,
receives an electric fchock. The ncrdW of a coin-
pans turn completely round, when ilo couipnss Is
placed In contact witu iuis rinni. iuiuu-k,"-,
. v. t. .i.Lr i. uTU.VDi,t .t tnliM.v atrnmrrat : in rain
less than In wind. Altogether it is a strange
botanic specimen, ssjs iuo iorucuuurui uum
We ytx. bam? to welcome back to the scene
of his clerical labors our esteemed Episcopalian
clergyman, Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, wuo,
with Mrs. Mackintosh, has just returned from a
needful vacation tour to Oregon and British Colum
t.t.. v- t...i ;. imt ws ma v nromlse our readers a
real treot. In the shape of a very interesting account
of bow It Tared witn Mr. aim mn. mui annum
over the Pond, which, as we previously an
nounced, that Rev. gentleman kindly promised
before bis departure to note down for publication
on bis return, in the . C. A. Our e teemed Key.
friend has faithfully kept bis promme, ana wo
hope next week to commence the publication of
i.;. m uri.trh ! vnliinitnotia rnouch to occupy
I.,!-,. mnM fnr anmfl weeks to comr. We
think that our readers will find this nanatlv of
travel as Interesting as It lias proved ior our
The Czar's rcaiis. We bave heretofore alluded
to tbe OmlaJina cf the Panslavisls, a socialist
society, which really aims at the overthrow of
monarchical government, and the foundation cf a
ranslavist Republio in Eastern Europe. We notice
the following remarks on this subject la a borne
journal : " There are ominous signs also that tbe
secret societies which, in Lord Beaconificld s opin
ion, forced the Csar to commence the war, are work
ins: busily behind bim in tbe interior of bis king
dom. The terrible defeat, or rather succession or
defeats, at Plevna, bave shown the Omsladenl and
others that the Cm i armies are not invincible,
m . . . .Mm a t V ' 1 ft A .. A.t.a
and iDtl ii DC lenui dii imperiBi uurui u uku
ii Ti -la I. a. mii ar In tit ii nrnteotinn of Kuim&n
I SJ 9 A Ul bluwwv -v -" W " "
cities to the militia, three-fourths of whom are not
to be trusted as loyal to tne L iar, jucso contin-
ran A t Aal faTAI-at ff irOBtf4ll in I'.nirland brfore the wsr
began, bat the English abettors of the Ciar carried
away bis judgement and encouraged bim to un
dertake a war which may possibly load to the
overthrow of bis dynasty."
Our native contemporary the Lahul llatoaii ban
published some articles, editorial and from con
tributors, on the subject of the recent morality '
discussion, that has excited so much attention In
the native community. We regret that our spaco
will not allow us to publ'mli in ejrUwio a trannla
tlon of some of the letters in question. Speaking
of some of the foreign residents of the Inland,
one native writer says:
" For ten or twenty years they have been living
with Hawaiian women, without marriage, by
whom tbey have bad grown families, but, down to
the present time, tbey bave been allowed to leave
those women, and even their families, and some of
them bave married another woman, while others
have gone to cohabit with a woman without mar
riage ; and several bave gone away out of this
country altogether, without having been Inter
fered with by the authorities during alt that lime,
whilo tbey were openly violating the law."
What say you, Messieurs the Attorney Generals
of this Hawaiian Kingdom for a scoro of years '
past, to this sweeping charge of dereliction of
duty brought against you by the native presH?
ErlCAfB OF TWO MlHHIONAIUKU AT EhKI-RaHURA.
People, who talk so loudly about Tuiklxh fana
ticism, will probably read the following account
with some surprise. It is taken from a dUpakh
forwarded to the New York Tribune, by that
journal's correspondent al Constantinople:
"Two American missionaries, Rev. Bond and
Marsh, with their wives and Ave small children,
were in Eski Saghra during the sacking of tlio
place. They sheltered some poor wretches who
were In danger at the hands of the Bulgarlun mob,
4nd fed some of their Moslem neighbors. In con-
lequence of this and other kindnesses, their Moh-
i'in neighbors rallied around tlietn during tho
estruction of tbo city and saved their lives. At
no time tne Circassians drew their swords and
ame at tbe misKionarles to kill them, but tli
urks withstood them, and between (ntreaties
nd resistance kept the rufllirtiS away, although
n one case luo minslonitilcs naa to pay a tlrcas-
sion $60 in gold as a ransom. The Turks then
got word to the Governor of the city, who at once
came to see the missionaries and provided them
with a guard of regular soldiers, which kept off
all marauders, and thirty or more Bulgarians
were saved . from death In their bouses. TbesM
raissionaiies lost everything they posM-ned, escap
ing to the railroad with only the clothes they bad
on, and on the road sleeping for three nights oa
tbe bare ground and living on raw wheat.
Tott Editor cf the 1'acifie Commercial Advertiser i
Sir : The Lord said to Moses t " let them make
me a Sanctuary ; that I may dwell among them."
The conclusion I draw from thene words is, that
the Lord's Service should be conducted In the Lord's
bouse just as every other business has Its own
E roper place where it is conduotcd. Merchants
ave their officers, bankers their Banks, shop-keepers
their stores and the Lord commands us to
make bim a "Sanctuary," where bis spirit msy
dwell amongst bis human creatures, and the Lord's
business religion be fitly conducted. Kurcly, places
where sin is freely committed cu week dsys, such
as public booses, smoking saloons, brothels, and even
places of questionable amusements,' where blas
phemy, obsoene language, drunken ribaldry. Impure
desires, and often open impiety unfortunately are
too oommoa with the frequenters, if not the per
formers, too, oan hardly be deemed a fitting
" 8anotuary" for the Spirit of Clod to dwell amongst
bla creatures especially on the Lord's Day f There
is a fitting place for all things ; there is a bridal
couch and a death bed there are plaoes of amuse
ment sinful or not, and there are Hanotuarles f the
Lord. To invoke the Spirit of the Lord to 'anil
in haunts of sinners and blasphemers appears a
misunderstanding of His command to make Him
a Sanctuary, a permanent dwelling where alone
His spirit shall bold especial communion with
his creatures. Hamctuabt.
To tU Editor of tto Ptcijlc Qommtrcld Advertiser t
Sir: I see that the subject of leading married
lives without the previously obtained cabalislio
pax vohitcum is still a prolific subject (or tbe news
papers, and it is, if not a very nice subject, at all
events such a bappy subjoct which admits to all
those who would ever ao much like to lei their
moral beauty shine before men as preachers to
F reach la writing. Now I dont want to preach,
a fact I bave not got tbe metal, neither silver nor
brass, but I would express my most sympathetic
feelings In accord with remarks of the writer la
the last Hawaiian Gazctlt tbat Hawallans, If they
have been taught anything, by tbo religious teach
ers and by the law and constable (by all means,
I say. tbe constable) for more than a generation
past," It Is morality. I feel grieved at the laxity
of morals, deeply grieved. I could shed tears
over It by tbe bucket-full (please send oa th
backet) that all tbe above mentioned loluences at
work bave bad so little effect, and not only tboao,
but also tbe bright examples, tbat for more than
a generation, like beacoolig hts bave Lwckoaed the
Hawallans to tread tbe path of morality. There
never was a minister of state, Attorney General,
Judge, lawyer, doctor, preacher of the Go pel,
merchant, mechanic, constable or poik botcher
who was pot ft bright and shining light in the
moral form, amidst of Honolulu. With folded
bands I admire those of them tbat bave gone to
tbe better land, where there are no stones, la their
unspotted robes of white. I urn grieved that their
bright example is so utterly lost. I am grieved
that tbe example of those that still suffer la the
flesh (far from tbe devil) Is so utterly lost. I the
country and on the oibor Islands, far from tbe
temptations of city life, are the plantations that
blgb opoa tbe hillsides throw their sheen of w LI to
rched morality far and near over tbe land. Bles
sed influence ft
I read once on time a story of one sitting aad
writlsg In tbe sand while tbey brought to bim a
woman tbat had sinned far more than Hawaiian!
living peaceful married lives without being mar
ried, clamoring that the. law kid them atone the
woman onto death, and all be said was, " whoever
of you is without sin let blra cast tbe first stone
but they all slunk away like owls from sunlight.
I could sbsd tears again, tears of joy (bring on
the buckets) this time at tbe pleasurable thought,
that this country Is LI eased with so many that are
without sin, and ready to throw the atone, and
I would only remark to them, be eareful when
you throw tbo deadly atones, and throw them al
an angle of not lees than forty -five degrees, be
cause If by so roe negligence you should thr w
theuj straight upwards, they will fall according to
the law ol gravity straight down, and burl your,
own head, H as sure as I sign myself" K,