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BY E. P. ADAMS.
Frank Marion & Other Late Arrivals
BY ORDER OF Jleisrs. CnULAS k CO.,
WEDNESDAY, : SEPT. 25,
at in n'riofk. a. m . at Salrs Room, will b to 1.1
On a CREDIT TO THE TRADE
100 SESTS C-MPII0B TRICKS, I EAth.
1041 ROLLS .. 1 WHITE M1TT1XC,
100 ROLLS COLORED M-TTtt-,
BOXES OOLOXG TEJ,
Baslicts Fine Tea !
LICQl l-REU BOXES TEA, 2 1-i k - !
THE CR1J CLOTD,
BY C. S. CARTOW
Buildings at Auction!
SATURDAY, : : SEPT. 2i,
I an ia-
At 12 o'clock Noon,
Br crier of IIT Ex. tte Mx'.s-.er of the Ir.'.-ri r.
atructed to Sell
AT PUBLIC AUCTION !
t DiiiMInnrQ I
I WU YT UUUCI 1 uuiiuiiiqO
Oa th Corner cf Fort and Que- Stra ti.
T3iiil clings to lo Ifceiriovo-l
C. 8. BARTOW, AurtT.
UP 031 SALE !
ON FRIDAY, : : SEPT. 27th,
At 10 4. , will b- told
A Choice Assortment of
1VEW DRY GOODS !
Lot of Furniture
Til- ETEiMiulr sp the
-w -r- TT T A:t. The
McEES-T JJAiii. B.
Will b- Dor r" -""
tc at? RTinnT N0VE-BEB., 13, 18
F or Freight cr raa.ye. rv'T 0
C. BREWER A CO
;e cf Mrs.
For Taliiti Iircct Uir uhi
. , iplendii
THE BARK COD "Teg-
& EDWARD JAM
Will sail for the above Port on cr;a Powers
Ferret CORN.8prea- with
end the pa-
An Assortment of other Merchandise!
C. 9. BARTOW. AuctV.
GENUINE MANILA CIGARS I Sjnqie anrj Double Harness!
CHINA PEOCKS, PANS, CHINA S1J-1-&
LAltGK CHEPK MI I. V AVI. W.
Beriming Chairs, Arm Chairs, Silks. &c
K. V. ADAMS. Aact'r.
HOUSE AT AUCTION !
ON SATURDAY, : : : SEPT. 28
By Order of John D. Brewer. Esq., Cod.uI fr Japan,
A 1 12 o'clock, noon,
ON THE PREMISES, PUNCHBOWL ST.
Will be .old all the right, title and Interest of
Hanakami G. Kuniatsu, deceased
ONE WOODEN HOUSE !
On the .oath ide f Punchbowl Street.
. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer
FOR SAX FRAlCIwlth
THF HAWAIIAN BARK the
-23k " KALAKAX
JEN -.3 MASTER, of .Iraihra
Will Sail for the Above Port
paivU) i""" - -
o. c:..l,t r.r Pn12. pp!y to
';h, beg to offer
i!atiocs on the
confijiDg in Ilia
T . rcitj cf pure anil
FOIl SAI X' It All.d mil dear to us
Fuit th: infortj'.k-c.f a!l frunJ and acquala
tjnees Mr. D tijr. gire the f'.lonicj letter
from Li in :
cvy nNCisco, Avg. Zi'.h. leTS.
H. L. i'UKiSHJS. ,
IEAit Sir: Yot anJ:y ruany U.nola:.i friends
wiil be glad t laow at I have arrived Lore la
excellent health. Tfcirip so far has been a de
lightful one. I fet wing to go rormd the Horn
in the Jane A. J-ilkiterg, the trip was men a
pleaant one. owbjr I the kindness of Captain
liabbard and fcu !Lsr. Item I ortlaad to i-an
Francisco I have ladcnanT new friends and met
with many old one. hough I was not feeling ill
in Honolulu, yetaptarances were against me
causing cuch anietjand solicitude among my
well-wiahers. so I'eelhat Dr. Hutchison and Dr.
Trousseaa will be ;lado learn that their diagno
sis ol my case was wong one, and that nobody
cere looks on me a a invalid, bat oa the con
trary thinks me in Ircons health. Mr. Dal:oa oa
bis return to HonoUaand also Capt. Hubbard of
tne a.A-jnterc wiusa the same. I feel deeply
indebted to Dr. Tida for his kind care of ne.
and for his auranes I a speedy return to health
by change of climte.iidei by Lis InCnitesimal
doses so often ridictecbv the ignorant and preju
diced. It has all cm to pass just as he said it
would, and I want rot to publish this letter in
your valuable napei tbat others may profit by
nis medical skill an f lecge. ith best wisn
eg to all friends left J d. " aloha i oe e Ilono
lnlu.'" I am.
y A 5-cil iaet-tirof Quren Emin LoJe Xo. 2 will
litlJ next Tlin.danfoiu,;. Ba-sineB. of iiuiKrtance.
full tu-uilance of meUfr rwjiiestd. Per Onler. It
r of the love and
u brethren of the
.MAST, holda most dear.
- Of ClnA anri (T.a
Will Sail for Above Port w) May we be num-
For Freighter Taase having sopertf your self-denial,
81P'iie,l0t C. BREWlrough theMMterf
- a. e of the Christian
qj JL JUXJJr nie may insure
nujvu i w una ucru
XT 1 11 aCcobdavce lb the provUiocs of Uie lav la rela-
Luu to Labor Contrac:I have apioiate4 J. T. Waterhoose.
jr., ta act aa tny Depatyluricf aj temporary abaeoce from
Agent to te ackao wledementa to Conlracn
foLaW in the District cf Koua, Oahu.
Sept. 19th, 1378. ir't
Jct receive., Ki E learner Perusla, direct from Japan, a
Choice Valuable and careiuuy
Invoice of Japanese Goods
Which will he offered at
Public Auction in October.
Due Noll will be Given of Ibe Day Sale.
C.3. BARTOW, Aact'r.
THE BJthe flock entrusted
lYIattie IKv words as an hum-
a M - .9 tV n rti
GEORGE TOPE ouu lu"iuu
Ia now Loadine for thr
WILL HAVE QUIClflected and unques-
Fur freight and passage, apply to Jres8 anJ replied in
,e7 tf "ACf
"All O Al C Of-1 lttenance a-J nter
FuH wALi Ufl't have been between
HAWAIIAN S'1 late !a lhe -fternoon.
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
rlTHREME COURT OF THE HAWAIIAN
Clr"1.. '1;,- i tha eatate of Ilia Excellency
W U Moehonna, of onolulu, deceased, Inteatate. Before
,r'. ju,"ce JuJd.' On reading and filing the pemion of Mra.
K.pek.Moebonua.of Honolulu, allegins that W. L. Moeho
nuTo Honolulu. Oahu. died jr.te.Ute at Uono on the 8th
of 8Dteniber. A. V. 1S7S, and praying that Letter ol
XiS iae to Charle. T. GuUck and that Chart.
T OuUck be appointed temporary Administrator or aaiu
eVtaVe It la ordered that Thur.day.
A. U. 1873, be and nereDy is appoint- b -j.,
lion before the said Justice, In the court-room of this Court,
it Honolulu, at which time' and place all person, coneernejl
may appear and show cause, if any they have, why .aid pet.
Uon ahould not be granted, and that thi. order be publ.ahed
In ,he EngUsh and Hawaiian language, for three -ccev
week. In the - Pacific Commercial Advertiser" and "Koo
koa" newspapers In Honolulu. n
Dated Honolulu, II. I., W-'FBANCIS-CDD.
Justice of the Supreme Court.
A. R03A, Deputy Clerl Kyiw.
R5 TONS Koiiala , Sept. 4th
HE SUPREME COURT OF THE HA-
fln Wlano-of the October Term. 1873. la the ,at-
terof the petition of Kapo (w.) ana rae.c i-.
t it.ZZ rir Petition to quiet title onder the Act ol
"'J; SU Before A.1oc?ate Justice Judd. On read-
!uZn of Kauo (w.). Paele (k.) her hus-
; ol in-
iDgauu :, .; ,h l.v richt
band, and lkana t a ; " - ; -, lhe ,ai1
heritance inrougu v-.- fem af certain
Island of Oahu, about the year isoo, an v''"'r"":-.
.M Mhn fk 1 claimant, and for a decree adjudging the said
Ka (w ) -nd the M i-okana (k.) to be entitled to .aid land
dayoiyctooer .V.r.rr...Vnn hefore said Justice of the
&me Court at the "ex. regular meeting of lh. Suptem.
Cort. .t the Court Hon: in Honolulu at h.ch time and
. m v annear anu nuuw i
d petition. hould not be granted, and that this not.ee ne
publ-S ln Honolulu, in the ViTAwrt.r- -i - K-Sl
Suar-, in the taLr of a-M
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or other part, of the Island.
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HAVE THKIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates sWgTO1irS
Charle. e. " a Francis Judd. On reading and
Chamber., before the Hon - A i nc is J u ; aUministrator
fiUDf the petition and account. 0 W. C 1 . rt deeeBiwlf
of the estate or "--? Ki nd charge, him-
koa" newspaper., lor inw -
Term of the Supreme Court.
Dated Hono.ulu, September 11 thAD. 18. 3.
Justice Supreme Court.
Attest: A. RQ3A, Deputy Clerk Supreme Cmirt. 8epU-3t
Slet I see in an arti-
FOR SEA s, that I am the only
-- -r-oea not support bis ideas
"t of affairs at the Queen's
?iL - t0 t&J that 1 d not, for
-p . pjWJ not think the document
written in a truly profes-
e-rpAfSHl! do not consider that my
has been sufficient to war-
, the gentlemen constituting
of the affairs of the Hospital,
THE SFt.Eey are quite competent to
4-lTITlTr n7 8tofthe institution. Third
UI I UJC at Dr. McKibbin was bo ex
CORPfsnrgeon, as I Lave, when in
Will leave Hondia"y inTiteJ o Visit with
or about hat letter of mine can be 5n
:-tary, as I have written but
jiqj. Sydj ,Lat t0 Dr. Rodgers in an
TIIESPl Iwas rel-ested to sign; but
-T('' ,ia'C SUCl1 aD 6p'St,e' WOulJ
lJ ve it published if any point can
.i . . .
(.a,iu wuenever my opinions on
ABC ie8ted y committee I will
lem; but as I have stated before,
'. in good taste that I, being a new
Good for S'gt mj ,;ews Up0n tne committee,
be Siorcd, Ft
. L. S. Thompson M. D.
fMIIE COTTAC1IN THEXLT'AM' VAL
Ji LKV. at present octpied by Mr. Jt. -orstenau. Posses
sion will be given on the rst day of October next. For infor
mation apply to
JA3. W. ROBERTSON.
st-21 2t In thib-store of Whitney 4r Robertson.
LOlX OR NEAR HOXO-
Olfers with size f lot. and cash price, under B. L.
AT TUI OrFICE.
ON SUNDAY EIVIXG, ON THE WAN
kiki road, between Oi residence of Capt. Dan. Smith
and Nuuanu Street, j
V GRA1 SHAWL !
The finder will receive th ank of the owner by leaving the
aame;taia office. .ei!l
on Fort Street, .bove Hotel Street, announce, to
the Public ol nnniulu, that he Is prepared to do
TURNING IN VOL. IVORY, c. in all
branches of the business. Jpecial attention given to turning
Billiard Balls, and all finorork. Having had an experience
of thirty year, in this busitss, (over eighteen in Honolulu) he
leels coo&ident of giving pfect satisfaction to ali his cus
tomers. se213m tV. K. HERRICK.
Furnished or Unirnished, Booms to Let.
Within Five Mnntrt Walk of the Pott
Oince. In a cenltl and pleasant location. Will be
let to gentlemen only. Inuire at this office. sel4 tf
1IR. HEINRHM V. SCHMIDT HAS
L'M. thi day been admiied as a partner in our Arm.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, IS79.
UACKFELD . Co.
w sei 4t
LOST OR STOLEN.
AN ORDER. EWITLIXC F.R.MELLIS
or bearer, to a retun passage to 8an Francisco by the
P. M. S. S. Co. The Cndr will be suitably rewarded on leav
ing the order at Messrs. h Hackfeld 4- Co.'s Office. sell
i'Ja left me without snf cause,
B, application to .Mr. E. P. AIA MS.en
ha. our uecrip -
OIS3" H AN Dl
It Store or L. W. nOPP, Kin? St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets
Black Walnut Sideboard., .
Black Walnut Dining Chairs
Oak Cane Seat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedroom HcU,
Pine Bureaus, e., c.
E. P. ADAMS, AgenUbrHavv!als
STEAfrd from tlie epers'
wherein he ask. to - - ( - be nmineA
furthe? responsibility a. .nch. " c Jk A M .
ni.H ,!. of SeDtember, A. D. 13i3, ai u:n v .
SHEI'lopleasant subject to allude to, but
ession is good for the soul." There
on record the fact, that owing to
tion to these Islands within the last
Camden- Sept 17 A5.Wi6 ft
jt7UJ:I ft drege lumli r. 100 M oUiugles,
6 M iatii. M bx. flab, 1 pkg private elfr-ctH.
Fkom Abctto Perflyren, Bept 17--5351x119 whalebone.
a ck. rant, i- pkg. to Dacca.
Fao Tokobaxi Per Pernsia, St-pt 186 f"es enrioa.
om Poar trrow Per Lihollho, Sept V) 37,712 it
ouh timber, 20 M .-Ingles, to U Uackfeld A. Co.
Fiox BoTO!t Per Amy Turner. Sept 19 163 rkgs
rope. tf.O'ja pkff .hooks. VJ pkgs hardware, 43 pkK nia-
rblnerv, toe ptr lurnitnre, a en tones ana ny wneeis. v.i
ton coal. 2,'MO case oil. .35 door. 47 stoves, 7 whale
boaU. 2ut pcis oak plank. 430 canes canned goods. .7
chair.. 1.057 bdl. hoop iron and wire, 3U bar. iron. SO
rae matches, 375 oars. keg. nil,1.4;'J pkgi carriage
good.. tbl neada ana contalnerH, ana viso pkgs gene
ral BdM. ' -
Ton PoaTKl. O Per City of Perth. Sept 14 200 bis
tea, 150 bags rice. Value, domestic produce, (650; foreign
- To Pobt Towtwewd Per Jenny Pitts. Sept 14100
bbU aiolaxses, 1 basket gin. Value, dom produce, f.(64.
" Foa Krw BmroRO Per Syren, Set 18 ,029 bbls oil,
37,t1 . lb whalebone. Value, $&,072.88.
Fob 8a FEASCiaco Per Discovery, Sept 18379.824
lbs sugar. 157.075 lbs rice, 19.786 lb. paddy, 4.892 gal mo-
lssxes. 1 cim effects. 3 esses law books, 37.045 lbs whale
bone. Value, domestic produce, J6,028.C0 ; foreign do.
Foa FAjrrrrxa Island Per Vivid. Sept 19 Value, do
mestic produce, $456.50 ; foreign do, $(.03.4::.
f From Wixdwakd Pobis Per Lik like. Svpt 15 Mrs S
.A T-ornpson. Mrs J H Coney and son, t'apt Pope. Mrs S
-Kipi. lion T W Martin. Miss L Martin, Miss S Martin. C
;WHart. J Bird. W Taylor, Rev Father Gulstone. Kev
Father nbert. AT tireen, C Perry. Ahsee. a U Akina,
Mrs T Foster, Mrs M Previer, Miss Thompson, V Kauiai
. ojiili. A P Kumeiakea, and 12- deck.
' Faox Kahtjici Per Kilanea-hou, Sept 15 II P Bald-
'wtn. V AcdrewR. Vr Xittrede, wife and 2 childre-j. J C
. Bailev. W H Bailey. C A Bailey, E P Adams. T W Everett.
Akanaliilii, Mrs Sbarratt and 2 children, J B Gibson, and
For KAHtrt-n Per Eilanea Dtou. Sept 1J W H Bailey.
f A Bailer. Mrs Grar. G T Tickell, C Siders. Kev S E
- Bishop, John lloes, J Joaqnin, C others, and about 35 deck.
Too. "Windward Ports Per IJkelike. Sept 17 Kev H
Bingham wife. Miss Wells. G C Williams i wife, Master
. ... t-v . . . . . . T X7 TV-.-.. W l...nn. TT
f yie, IISS X Je, r a. inr . j.' cr, a .s , .icicn, u
F Baldwin, Jas Richard n k wife. Mrs C Coleman. Mr.
C A CvtUt k 2 children, H L. Chsse, Mrs Armstrong
child. Sirs J B Dickson k child. 1) Kamaiopili. J as C
Bailey. Mr Wells. E Delemar, P Milton, J Mali, Akanalii
lii, and about .a aeca.
FBOJf Pobt Gamble Per Camden, Sopt 17 Ah Sun.
Fro Yokohama Fer Pentsda. Sept IS Mrs J B Gibbs
and child, T Lawson. ana li'J Chinese.
' Ton CaIXaO Per Perusia, Sept 18 John Weber, Chuni
Fob.Sa FraxcTsco Per Picovery. Sept 18 W H
Wenner, i McPonald, Mrs C Z Furness.
For Sax Fraxcisco Per Frank Marion, Sept 18 Mr
C E Wiliiams and daughter.
From Kahx-.ct Per Kilanea-hou, Sept 18 Miss Ilowell,
Mr Btoakes, and s aeca.
From Boston Fer Amy Turner, Sept 19 Miss A lizzie
Fna KAHrin Per Kilanea-hon. Sept. Ii Itis Ex Gov
Domini.. F Pratt. T Meek. Mrs Maipinepine, F Metvalf A:
wife. E Sniffen. wife and chiM. J Jones, wife children.
A Doiron. Ah Sack, Mrs Ah Fat, 4 others, and 25 deck.
From Mact Per Mokolii. Sept 19 His Majesty the
Sn. Colonel C II Judd, C Iaokea. and 10 deck.
n .-v. ------ - rhltnh(, lrl the Court House,
if any they have, why the same m
bh -resent .vidence as to w'
peny, .. lU:tst and simDiest wav of
. true value of the grand list, for
. ropertv shows for itself, and a claim in rem.
taxes compels the parties claiming it, whoever
they may be, or whatever the nature of their inter
est, to pay the tax, or lose the property by tax sale.
In fact, the claim for taxes is now a claim in rem,
but there is also a claim in personam, especially for
taxes on personal property, which causes confusion,
inequality and any quantity of perjury. If it were
possible in the nature of things, or permissible under
the idea of free Government, for the Assessor to de
mand the books of every citizen on the day to which
the assessment relates, the exact truth could be
learned of every man's taxable worth. But this is
not possible, or if it were, the attempt to enforce
it would lead to revolution. We, therefore, fall back
on the statements voluntarily made by the as
sessed, in default wherever the judgment of the
Assessor is made absolute, provided it is not too
high; if it t too high, it can be sworn down by
the citizen. The result whereof is practically the
omission of probably more than half the personal
property legally subject to assessment. Yet if
assessments in perso7iam could be accurately
made, whether both debts and credits or neither
were included, the result would be precisely the
same as it an outside assessment of things only
were made, without noticing rights in things.
Why, then, not confine the labors ot the Assessors
to the things only rather than exact from tbem
impossibilities, at the cost of equality and truth,
and of the demoralization caused by the present
4. By adhering solely to the in ran system,
there would be no danger whatever of double tax
ation, which is inevitable when both the thincr and
rights in the thing are assessed. No man can be
assessed on a secured debt without being made
liable for a tax on hit right to the thing pledged,
which thing has also been taxed in rem, and when
ever this occurs, the lender will always provide in
his mortgage that the tax thereon must be paid by
the borrower. To omit this provision, or to force
the lender to pay the tax without recourse, is to
lend money on mortgage at a rate less than on
other loans by the amount of the tax, or to increase
the rate of interest by the same amount, either of
which would throw real estate out of the loan mar
ket, and thereby sap the very foundation of all
credit based upon landed property ; while to
insist upon the payment of the tax by the borrower
is to make him pay a double tax. or indirectly to
increase the rate of interest on mortgage loans.
Iip-Arv!, species of Asiatic disease ha
v " - .lit
KAINO W A II I NE. HAVING
I hereby warn all persons
not to trust her on my icouut, as I will pay no debt, con
tracted by her. JOE. MANURL.
Knanapali, Maui, la;. 23, 1S7S. e!4 St
nllR PARTNERSHIP HITHRRTO EX
ISTING betweei the undersigned PHILIP MILTON
and GOOiMLK ARMSf-ONU as Sugar Planter., at Olowalu,
on the Island cf Maui, jmier the firm or style of P. MILTON
4s Co., ha. this day bea dissolved by mutual consent.
Dated this twelfth dy of September, 1878.
(SigttJ) GOODALE ARMSTRONG.
Sigad) PHILIP MlLTON.
Witness. (Signed) VYM. O. IK WIN.
The undersigned will enrrv on the business at Olowalu
under the style or firm oft. 'ARMSTRONG, tf Co., and will
assume all (he liabilities o'tie late firm.
se!4 (Signe) G. ARMSTRONG k Co.
Direct from the Mac facl. i. j
Now Landing Ex Amy Turner ! !
A N I
For Sale in Quantities to suit Purchaser.
By J. T. WATERHOUSE.
W c bc to notify Our Old "Krioiuls ami the Public
;euerall v. that wo open up
T I-I IS MORNING!
Xo. 117 Fort Street,
E 1 1
THE l'NKRSIGXEI HAVE JIST RE- i
JL C-IVED per AMY TITR-R." from B-'.a. a lU ;
.Moranect cf thee eeW-brate-J Pumps, which ar f aaranttwd J
to be CUEAP-R. AND bETTfcK iaa any other tle cf :
pomp imported. We call the attention cr planter, partjeu- !
larly to the VACI TM rCMP. wh is less coopl.catd i
and more serTkabie than other pump..
se213ca C. BREWKR A CO. !
Where we shall continue to offer every ponille inducement to purchasers of
Merchandise in our line.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
AN INVOICE OF
E. O. HALL & SON,
Have Just Eeceived, and on Hand,
In Their Line.
A FRESH LOT OF
Direct from lhe Manuiactwry.
Also, a New Lot of
Standard White Nooday Kerosene,
ISO3 aadl'pw.rd, Teat.
COOKING STOVES I
Plantation and Socket Hoes I
Pick, and Pick Mattocks; Grindstones;
Yard Brooms, Axes, Hatchets;
Hal)'. Cane Hatchets; Cane Knives;
Plow Harness; Oz Bows, Coal Scoops;
Bog and Eice Hoe.: Carpenter's Tool., all kinds;
Relrigerators; Ice Cream Freeiers; Cbaroa;
Horse Shoe, and Nail.;
Spade.; Shovels; Rakes;
California Harness Leather!
SadJIe Leather; Call and Kip Skin.;
French Calf Skins; Sheep Skin. 4cy Patent Leather;
Colored Lining Skin.; Sole Leather;
BELT tftCtNG LEATHER I
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES AND WAGONS !
F R O M T II K
CORTLAND WAGON MANUFACTURING COMPANY I
rr.nlaail, Neir YerU. wkirb will bPMlJal L.w I'r irt'A II.
ON receipt of a letter from the Cortland Maoufaclurinf Ccmpr,y a months ainre. In which Ihey ffrr4 as iht tmef
of ibeir factory fur ibe Kingdom, wm wrote ihrm, that tl.fr a pt-ju.lirr her. afainat Isa partes! Carrl.tfWM a.
the larger portion of thou, brought Inln this country, were MADE Tti F.I.I.. anl proei Ink rtii luium
That we did not CARK TO bandl. such goods, and iinle thry w"ulJ lu!U1 vrl.u ir of IU1IENT M A I'EUI A l and
GUARANTEE Ibetn to b in erery respect El KMT CI. ASM (MUltUIJ EH. w. suul lr .bliJ la 4rcu.
In reply tbey write as follows : We have full cnnflJrore iu te durtni,ty ol our wuik ao4 Its adaptation U any rlimate,
our Wagon, are in use in every part of this country frotu the Pacific to tli Atlantic, ovrr a ranft of territory la whu U sm
prised ln extreme, of beat arid cold, drrnea and ini.ture. and an rrwrirnce of ever len year. ha. drmonsiraiad tlxir rlwt
ability to resist the ravage of th. MO T Tltl'I.NU fEI.MATE. Iu Ihnr r M.uurtioo mm only thm IIEiT
and moat approved material, such as year of itu.tv, rrwarth and applirattun have sIiowb to ba ImwI Bit4 mUm In la
eu with .iraagth, and elegacro with mmrorl. HeareM'KE when Ihey hae li IrateJ hj actual la yor ruuniry,
the prejudice you .peak ol as etisting Sfmn.t W'aeon I lorrigu make, wi b,i far as 1 11 -V an concerned enurrly di.-ar.
We fully warrant all our good, to you, and ynu may look la us fr roui-iiauion iu rase nf ll lailitr. of Ih wafuos to r.n up
to our reprewoiaiiona."
M e bars Cut of Ibe d;fT.renl styles of vrhiclr m.le l.y the Corlland lnufi turn Cofnnv, and are prepared la lake
special orders to be delivered at any rrrular port n the kingdoiu at LOW ('AMI I'KH'E. aororaiiig tu il aud
kind of carriage or wagon.
se7 DILLINGHAM & CO.
ITT IPAlfg T EEABD!
SMALL PROFIT ON EASTERN PRICES.
TO PLANTERS, MILL OWNERS & OTHERS,
-rV Fine Htoclc to lSolot 1 10111 mul Uoulit nt Jiot
tom Ttatcw in ICnlniKl, IVw Yorlr,
nnd JSxiii Iixinr?isieo, ly
CASTLE & COOKE:
FAEIS PLOWS, genuine improved, heavy, at lower rate than ever offered,
STEEL MOLINE PLOWS, 12-1 4-1 0,
STEEL MOLINE GANG PLOWS, at small advanco above Coit,
STEEL HOESE PLOWS, XI, XO, X00, complete.
GARDEN HOES, solid socket, 5-8 in. neck, stout blade, made to our order, and sold at
HOES, Planter's, Lane's, best quality,
HUNT'S AND SIMMONS' AXE AXTD PICK MATTOCKS,
Hunt'.,' Collin', k Crossmano'a Handled Axes; Hunt's and Pays Ate Tattero llali'hels. Not. I A f , I-Klnsrlltig do;
O-os. American make, beat Cast Steel and heavy; A Be', ItrmTa. Hanilr'n' and lorr li'J l"t Miovrl. Ik Itpadv,
Cane Knive, DUaton'a make, improved style tooror; Canal Harrow, W lief I llarmw.,
Collar. llamea. Ox Yoke, Ox How., ljm , 2 in., Wcxl A Iron;
Ox Chain; Trace Chain; Topiall rheet Chains; llo..p Iron, No, lil, I k i
As.'tdRouod k Flat Iron; Axe, Pick. Oo, Hletlce, llanimi-r and Ads Handles;
KILKS a lull assortment for Machinist s use; Nails, Wrought k Cut. all siaea; Cut Pkke
Steam Packlnir, Asbesto's Packing and Hemp Parking; Ken ce Hire, Work, Annealed, Tarred 4 Ualvanlredi
THE CELEBRATED BARBED GTEEL FENCE WIRE J
, 8om these !- iht-
UKIKti 11 IBXItK I'KUM TIIK
Kinadom, KDWAB) PRESTON, Esq.. will ki K" I
nil business interested tony care. J VJ a
. j , 1 1 attend to
,e of beinf: alarmf
J ..n sleep
U '0REWER (k GO.
j A dispatch from Manufacturer says: "W -x?Jinj at th"
"my ... 7anT. Trustee of that I-tion.TuIJa f .
but there Js IJJ2Z - .
w I rtui-u lucttu aow iuiles of wires!
, ' -e j uttn
.va before, terrifying
Tuesday, Oct. 8, 6 p tu...
T'auu costly to the nation in the extreme. The late
Legislature appropriated 3 -ery liberal sum of
$05,000 for the support of those poor unfortunates,
isolated in a district on the windward side of Molo-
kai. Here are some extracts from a letter received
from a recent " transport " to that Island, an edu
cated Hawaiian, who talks and reads English with
" Dear Feiesd : I now improve an opportunity
of writing to you, hoping that this will find you and
your family and mine in good health. After giving
some very particular directions as to some money
matters, the letter proceeds: Molokai is a very
fine island, and so is the station. Everything at
hand poi and meat. One bundle of poi for one
week for one person, and seven pounds of beef. It
lasts pie over a week that is, I can't eat it all.
Sometimes I get Borne sweet potatoes, which makes a
good change. The Board of Ilealth supplies us
with soap, salt, kerosene oil really, everything
looks handy, and nothing lacking. The carpenters
have just put up five houses, and there are more to
be put up. The fact is. there are more lepers here
than there are houses for, and if the constables do
their duty, without respect to friendship, there will
be a great many more here than at present. Our
Governor is a good old man, ard I like him much.
All we want is a good doctor to come here to reside
and try his skill on us poor creature.
" Yours in the faith of Christ, ."
KAVAXAUGH. At South Kona. Hawaii. September
11th John Kavanangh. ajred 66 years, a native of county
Down Ireland. Ue leavea a widow and one child, for
whom he ha provide- by wllL
a-rm-RTOV-In this City Sept. 17th of Diphtheria.
Bennie Hawley. second son of Mr k. Mrs. J. Ii. Atherton,
xed 7 year. 6 month 30 days.
Safe in the anna of Jesus,
Safe on hi. gentle breast.
There by hi love o'er shaded, f
Sweetly hia soul shall rest."
1 Portrait and Landscape Photography.
ww a v m Oil' a I T.
the-pparatu. and convenience, for traveling, prepared
UTiait any part of the Uland., and do either portrait, or
NvTews to order at .hort notice. First-class work only will be
oe! Te?Vc-.n,ordrafton Wonolula, when the negative.
re made. Address, -ubp Nnnoin!!.
Oub xeigebob. of the Gazette, in last Wednes
day's issue, makes a desperate effort to set himself up
as the champion defender of the Chinese. The editor
makes a poor attempt to misconstrue the language of
our item, when he says that we " appear to have
contracted a peculiar hatred, of late, towards the
Chinese." Our opposition has been consistently
against the indiscriminate introduction of males,
exclusively, of that race of people, as a desirable
element for the increase of our population. Of this
our friends are fully aware ; and so is every one
who has read our paper, and can understand the
English language. TVe did not make the allegation
that Mr. Jones' watch was stolen by Chinese, or
any other class cf thieves ; but we did say, and
we reiterate it : Look cut for your premises,
for there are lots of new California Chinamen'
about." Docs the editor of the Gazette desire to
see these Islands become a community of Chinese
particularly those "from California?" We do not
so much object to the China Chinaman, especially
those who have done such wonderful things for
the advancement of Christianity" and " the
arts and sciences amonjr other nations." (see the
Chinese Ambassador's paper on this subject, when
published by the Gazette) if they will only bring
their wives and families with them. We advise
our friend of the Gazette to infprm himself of what
is transpiring among our neighbors on the Pacific
Coast, and when he has done so, be will have no
difficulty in perceiving the peril which so closely
confronts us. and to which we have felt it our dutv
to call public attention.
To the Editor of the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
Eureka ! The water question is solved. Who did
it? The Gazette man. Why, you must have been
sleeping that you did not see it. The Gazette, speak
ing of Capt. Wilfong's discovery of a lake of Ires-h
water on the southern slope ol Manna Loa, (an ac
count of which you give last week) says : Should
the expectations etc.,'-' " prove correct, the exist
ence of such a large body of fresh water at such an
elevation, must prove both a blessing and a benefit
to these Islands.'' Of course, it would, and to us here
in Honolulu, more particularly. How grateful to
the parched and dust- choked throats or Metropo
litans would be a good, square drink of fSe ice
cold water from the mountain slopes of llaw" !
Cut the Gazette man does not tell us how to get it
here. I have no intention of robbing him of any.
portion of the laurels or fame bis genius has jnst
ly earned by the publication of his brilliant idea,
but, merely this, and nothing more,'" make a sug
gestion by which the ' blessing and benefit to
these Islands" may be realized, and it is a plan,
too, so easy to carry out. Here it is : Just lay
down an inverted syphon from the centre of the
lake to Honolulu, and the thing is done. The
engineer (where is Houseman) must not forget to
have the short leg of the syphon run up the moun
tain, and the long leg under the sea (or carried on
poles) across the channels to Honolulu. This
last plan would have some peculiar advantages,
for pendants with lancets could attached tor the
' blessing and benefit' of coasters that mij;ht get
becalmed between the Islands and short of water.
The sypbon could also be tapped t intervals
where it pa.-ses Maui, and thus prove a blessing'"
etc.. to the denizens of that Island in time of
drouth. Mr. Spreckles would, I tbiuk, be willing
to pay a large royalty for the use of the water, as
it would Eave him the great expense of ditching, in
his projected sugar enterprise at the Commons.'
Other planters, undoubtedly, would also avail
themselves ot the b. and b.'' Three throusand
feet elevation of the other leg would give us here,
in Honolulu a good head of water in case of fire, and
thus obviate the expense of steam Ore engines,
which we have been contemplating (or some time. In
short, the advantages, " blessings and benefits" to
accrue, are manifold, and cannot be specified in a
short comn!,?5tf3. Yours, respectfully.
DURING Ml yliSEXCK FROM THE
Hawaiian Kingdom, dr. JOIIN H. BOP tit oTLahaina,
will represent me under poer of attorney.
Sept. and, 1S73. se7 4t
IS IIERKBV G1VSX,TIIAT DURING MY
absence, my .on, Tbcias It. Lucas, is fully authorized to
transact all business as f I were present to do the same in
my own proper person.
se7 lin GEORGE LUCAS.
'IMIKINTERESTIXD RESPOXSIBIL1T V
JL of K. Furstenau, Esq in our firm ceases on this dale.
Honolulu, Sept. 1st. 187!
II. UACKFELD k Co.
WE THE UND1RSIGNED, II AVE Dis
solved l'artnershiby mutual consent from this date.
R. W. THEODORE PCKVIS.
Aug. 23d, 1878. QYEREND Q. ROSE. 3e7 lt
AS I HAVE DEC DED NOT to ACCEPT
. the Agency of the Te?phone Company for the Islands,
I will dispose ot the Telephcies on hand and to .pare, at their
cost to me; and I will glaly give information in regard to
Telephones or Telephone Lit. to any person desiring it.
C. II. DICKEY,
se7 lm Haiku, Maui.
THOSE PES I FAULE PREMISES N09.
143 and 150 Nuuanutvenue. Apply to J. II. WOOD,
Nuuanu, or E. A. WLLIAM3, 64 Fort 8t. n3 tf)
LAND I0R SALE.
Large and Deairaile Piece of Ren I Eatnle
in Honolulu, in present occupancy of the Hon. G. W.
P1LIPO. Very desirable as i
In pciut of health, facine the cool bree.es from Nuuanu
Valley. Their is One l.ar.e and Two Small Taro Patche. on
the property. Two Woodei Houses, water laid on. The
land is about two acres in eslent. The above will be .old to
the highest bidder at private sale on early application. For
further particulars, enquire cl G. W. PILIPO. or
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 17 i. 'm Hi. Ex. E. PRESTO N
rMIE MAKAI STOEE AND ROOM OVER
JL head in the new fire-proot baildinir, corner of Fort and
Will be rentedseparately if desired.
Apply tr C. BREWER 4- CO.
ENCE SL'II ABLE
FOR A LARGE
JL. family, .ituated wilhii ten minutes walk of the Poet
Office. To a good tenant, th; rent will be very moderate.
my25 tf Apply u E. T. O HALLORAN.
VL.L. PERSONS ARE WARNED Against
trusting my wife on ay account, as I will Dot pay such
JUS T RECEIVED!
V THE AMERICAN BARK
114 DAYS FHOM BOSTON.
Honolulu. May 15, 1373.
To Planters Sugar Machinery.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
M. to receive orders furnish drawings and prices for Sagar
Machinery of every description and to auy extent. Mills,
Vacuum PaiiM, Clarifier, Evaporators, Double Effect Appar
atus, Arc, c, Ac, imp-Tied on short ndice at lowest rales.
j C. BREWER &. CO.
To Suar Planters.
R. WOODnEAD. REPRESENTING lhe
.. f.imiius House of .Mesr. i'ONTlFEX &. WOOD, Su
gar Machinery akrj if Lcudon will visit parties or confer
with p!anirr on their estates to take orders, fnrruih plans and
give any information to parties desiring to order sugar ma
chinery. Address with C. BREWER CO.
HAVING FORMED CONNECTIONS WITH
the bet Railway Stock Manufacturers of England and
the l"ciied tate, I am prepared to give estimates and con
tracts for the laying of Tramway, and Narrow Gauge Rail
ways on the Hawaiian Islands costing from $3,500 per mile
and upwards, wot including bridges. C. V. HOUSMAN,
jy8 3m Civil Engineer.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING JUST RE-
m. TURNED from California, heps to inform the public of
Honolulu that be is prepared to do UpbaLlering in nil
it Branrhea, at an Francisco rates. Good workman
shin guaranteed. Shop on Hotel Street, near Fori, with Chr.
Having on Board a Cargo of
Well Selected Merchandise
For Ibla Market, Conai.ling in purl
riUMBERLAXD COAL, in casks, bag and bulk,
rrankiin fmne uoal ror lamily use, m CABR3,
Wilmington Pitch; 50 pkgs No. 1 Resin;
An Assortment of Bar Iron !
Card MatclLes i
MANILA CORDAGE I OARS;
OX O yV. R T S !
Made especially for Flantation use;
Mule Carts; Heavy Hand Carts; Axle Grease;
1 Iron Safe; Eagle Flows; Hay Cutters;
A few Caaea of well .elected
A ill ERIC A IV PRINTS!
25, 23, 30 in. wide, desirable style.;
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGALS, complete.
Hoe Handles, Ax Handle, Pick Handles;
Ox Bows, lin.; Charcoal Irons;
Hunt'. Axe. Sc. Hatchets;
Fairbanks Platform Scales
Babbit Metal; Solder;
Rubber Packiug; Black Rivets;
NOONDAY KEROSENE OIL I
Downer's Ktrosene Oil;
Eastern Keg k Barrel Shocks;
Hoop Iron, . 1, 1 in.;
Fence Wire, Not. 5 A 6;
GALVANIZED CORRUGATED ROOFING.
A Fine Assortment of
Stylish Carriages !
JUMP-SEAT CARRYALLS, PHAETONS,
EXTENSION TOP CARR i'ALLS,
ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS I
Saratoga Arm Cot tare Chairs;
Crown Top Cirecian Chairs;
Astor Grecian Chairs;
ya.ocy Wood Chairs;
Arm Cabinet Chairs;
Revere Office (-hairs;
wUs Cottage Chairs;
Wood Seat Narsedo;
Wood Seat Racking do.
ALSO, A FEW
Chamber Sets in Chestnut!
Pteel Barb, for the ordinary No.. 60 Fence Wire; Anvils, Pteplirii' Vlresi Cooprr's ic, Ac
Cooper'. Tools ; Carpenter's and Builder's Hardware; A largo and varied Aimrunrnt 4 lwl In a
; i's Mai. Wa.W
Heat Cold Punched Not: Painta. Oila k (Jlasai A larve aaiortuirnl i.f l'inl. ari.Uh llora l
Scrubbing, Centrifugal Ac tHove Brushes; 1'
FAIRBANK'S PLATFORM SCALES. FROM 4) TO 3.000 LIU.,
TTITSrrT.TRT-T FINR A. T)TT1 V'
A few Engllah msde Aastrslisn Pattern ra.l iiicji-, very suierior .M Trers, Ualrv
A Fin. Assortment ol Driving Whips, New York Make. ' ' 4
Legal Cap, Bill, Letter k Fools Cap, Note Papers, Pens, Inks, Envelope, Time Book.,
'I, Buc kle., 4.(
Staples, Denims. Bleached k Unbleached Cotton, k Drills, Tickings. Linen Drills, Dlsptf
s, Ac, corsets, Brooks' ana uoata' cotton x Dreads, Linen IB real a; a
N WHITE FLANNELS. FINE MEDIUM AND SILK Wl
frT.OCEl.IES. t a 1 1
k Kennea sugars, pardlnes. oysters, Salmon, tsiap, Hawaiian, Knciitn H Americal"B
Warranted Pare A Full Weight Candles, California anned Fruits, Assorted; Car.
Cream Tartar, Nutmegs, Burnet's hi tracts, Blacking, Worcestershire Sauce, Ac., jc
T? n - "i -rxt --.'
Weston's Patent Centrifugals; The Colebratcd;t bot"0 tm"
gating & Vacuum Pumps, assorted sizes &, 'Oils Down- '
Parlor Organs, several styles; Kcrosenctog( & war
ors, Vulcan and Dovocs, at lowest nvict.
aug3l rantod equal to any in tho Ma --,
IlILS UDays from ILn'ilfl
EX "CITY OE PEP
Sheet Lead, Perforated SIjDct Zinc Pe
ter Wrights best Solid0 Viacs
Steel Faced An
BEST ANNEALED AND OILE' FENG,NG WE,
Sauce Pans, Tea Kettles, Galtf ,,zed Fry Pans Ga'-
vanized Iron Bucke and Tubs
BEST TOPSAIL CHAIN, 3-8, 7-1G, l-
A Large assortment of D
And a LarK"Srtm0nt f SEINE TWINE-
HUBBUCK & SON'S WIIl LEAI) ANI) ZINC-'.
D LINSEED OIL.
HUBBUCK & SON'S PALE BC
RED LEAD, &c, &c, &c.
jE. TO OO SOICI
iLLINGHAfll & CO.
AN INVOICE OF
McMurray's Fresh Oysters I
A few Cases of
BURNETT'S AQUA FLORIMEL!
All of the above Merchandise will be of
fered for sale upon satisfactory
terms to Purchasers.
NAPA LADIES' SEMINARY I
-W -.Ak-k-LlXi . VTA- -J-AUAJrilHK xcxt
UPWARDS OF 400 ACRES, IIELI
fee simple, adjoining Onr.uiea PUriUlion. diatrii:
80 Acres Planted in Coff
Now in fair condition and some la
to it. healthy growth and bearing.
full hearing. No dc
TUESDAV. , , , At.,
Andcont.nue for twenty weks. It l. ,- , , .
I-opil. .hould be i-reant at iha 'umin. r Ti 'rLI
For particular, ol fchool appl- ta
MlHd F. Mcl)0.Al.D,f,ln,i,,al
Kefcrs hv wimlui,,,, i tr.. t- ' l'f"enia.
300 ACRES EXCELLENT CANE U. PARISIAN RESTAURANT
Within reach of flumes It is also ad t.t-d to il.e r"" , It' HOTEL HTHKK'1', 1
rice and otlier staplea. vrral Ihnuaanj banana
good condition. A very deajrahie -larr fir g'-nrral I,
COST $8000 AS IT STAre
And is offered for that price; on fnurth ilown and I
easy terms. Apply riy Mtrr or -rona:ly.
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at Iheir re.,de.H- wh and o,'l?r -,.7''.' 'rVJ
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