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BY E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR JASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, OCT. 16th,
At 10 o'clock A. M, at Bales Boot.
An Assortment ofDry Goods,
Cotton. rheetiors, ft ail is. Shirts, Hotter, fancy Ooods.
Alio, Fresh Groceries and Canned Goods
McM array's 1 as4 1 lb. Oysters, Lobsters,
J a as k Jellies, Qoirfwa Cat Titl sk f rait.
La Crois Cora. OUt. OO, f rvnek OUm, A ft a Berdiasw,
Lars. Haass, aod lom, Mine PlckJra, Ooass
fork tad Baaaa, Tina Milk aad od Crackers,
, Eagle Condensed Mile, tags aad Begs taga.
Cora, Oat aad Iru, fttoa. MX. KM. falsaon.
bus Coossd Corn Isrf, BoOed Bos.
Trip itl B nam hiss Caivas Head.
Cmn Kerosene Oil, Ae, , Ac
K.r. ADAMS, AactT.
MANUFACTURERS A HQ IMPORTERS
IjIj dehc n iitioivm
PARTIES IN HONOLULU,
or othor part of the Islaada,
DESIRING FURNITURE !
CAN HATS THEIR
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
Br appUcatloo to Mr. E. P. ADAMS. Qaeoa Street,
who ass oar Descriptive Cetalosra with Prima.
O 1ST HfA. 1ST D !
It Start f L. W. HOPP, Klag St.,
Black Walnut Bedroom Sets !
Black Walaat Sideboards.
Black Wsiaat Dialog Chslrs,
Oak Caao Seat Dining Chairs,
Cedar Bedrooaa Acta,
Ha Bareaoa, Ac, sre ,ke.
E. P. ADAMS, Agent forHaw'n Is.
jal T 1
H. H ACKFELD & CO.
OFITR FOB 8ALE-
Haw. Bark " R. C. WYL1E,
M. RAKEMA"N, MASTER,
. (100 Dtjs from Cap Lixzard.)
'Now Landed in Splendid Order
And Consisting ia Part of
VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT
Blow i& Fsklona.Xle
. sreu A3
La SO Different Style aad Colon.
Brow, white. Mao aad red eattoaa, drills, sheeting,
Tackla. Bomck'i gnosis A B A H eestoa.
Wtiss stripes, Batistas, silks aad woolen.
Piwock awriooa, ak color and fancy.
Baekakjaa, dooailaa, tweeds, aad aB oUer
TAILOR'S GOODS I
; Trivets, barer. Moans, lawaa, asoofaiia
Tswel. threads. Brook, oBk, Ac
Fancy Goods, -
Weeklies, trimming a, nbbooo, silk, linen and cotton.
Baadkarcsuafs. all colors;
' Socka aod atocklofa ol every deacripUoai.
Pacts aad sacks, M Jackets, aad a larga sasortaaeot of
Hear 7oolen and Cotton SHIETS,
12 deairabla styles.
Merino and couoa andersMrta.
Blaakcta. woo' em aad sottan. fancy ,aUte,
TrnMo od vers, skills, rat, carpet aaca. T R Coat, Ac,
ratbrallaa b Urf variety, rioreaca aata.
Bat Sowers aad feather, saawle.
Brick caters aod waft of every quality.
Slates, tookiof. glasses, (oldleaf.
Soaps, hair oO. Posatra (rasa Labia.
Rjmnsel aad others, feasino Kaa de Cologne.
Tmu tooth Washes aad eoab. Harssneticas,
Pipes sad Playing Cards, fjdary Baddies,
CaiiUinwe guaranteed, seat brand
Leatasr Be King.
HEAVY COAL BAGS AND GUNNIES!
Borlaps sad Twin. Wrapping Paper, large slae;
Priotinf Papar, Vienna Chairs aad dots. Trunks,
PIANOS, slack aad walnut, bom (he celebrated Bsnuao
tory of L. ffeoiMd:
CROCERIESt Ptcklea, 8Jt, Soltaaas, Biseaila, OUra
Oil, C sodlca. Crashed Sofar, Soap, Casaphor, Ac
(,141'ORS. Ae.l Braadiss, da Laaca ru-, Bnatellcaai
Qia -Key Brand, la basket and tun -,
Tk riNCST CLARETS St RHINE WINES.
CHAMPAGNE Cha. Parr. Ueidrieck's, Tboreaa at
Ca."s; Atcobolie DessDohoa. Corks.
XL.K3 At BEERS St. PsaU Ale, Bavarlaa Beer. Lscer
PAINTS St OILS. POWDER Oambier A Catch.
flARD WARE Oalraalaed Corragatad Boofloff.ti O.
Tla Plaias. Sheet Zlae. Baaca Tin. Yellow Metal, Hoop
Ins, Kea; Birets, Fence Wire. Garraoised Backets,
Tabs. Bssias, iicedlea. Pes Koivea. Batcbeta, Axes,
Pick, Shears, Scissors, Charcoal Iron. Laaterea, A.
FIRE BRICKS. Slates. Piles, Cement, Oak Boats, Emp
ty Barrel. Coals, Ae Ac
Orders from tha Other Islands carefallr czecated aod
atiseactioa (uaraateed. TEAMS LIBERAL. Par particulars,
H. H ACKFELD & CO.
O O 31 jX. Tt TH I
On WEDNESDAY, OCT. 15th,
At 10 a- at. at Salesroom, will be sold.
An Assortment of Dry Goods
LOT OF GROCERIES.
1 Maret Top Ceotre Table, Whatnot, fairy Loaofes,
Caaa Chairs. Wood Chairs. Oak OSes Chairs,
larra Can Arm Backers. Most Sal. Bedstead,
feather PUSows, Spring aad Stra Mattraases,
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine,
Cacoo Clock, Iron Bale, combination lock.
Win be Sold
At 12 O'clock, Noon,
Bpaaish Colekens. ShsBfhsJ Chickens.
W hlle L(bora Chickeoa, BalfSpaoith Chlcksos,
S Spaoiah Boosters.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aactr.
FISH STALLS AT AUCTION,
SATURDAY," OCTOBER 18th,
At 13 o'clock dooo, at the Market Place,
By order of Bis Excellency the Minister of the Interior,
THE CHOICE OF STALLS,
At the Hoaolala PUh Market, will be sold at public aoctloo.
C. B. BARTOW, Anct'r.
B. LiSBMAS, Clerk of Market.
-A.t .A. Taction,
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 21,
At 10 o'clock A. M. at Salesroom, will be sold
ON ACCOUNT OP DEPARTURE,
Household Furniture !
Marble Top Centre Table, Waloot Chairs, Rockers,
Pictures aad Korrarlngs, Carpets,
Walnut Bedroom Set, vis: Bedstead, Marble Top Bureau,
Marble Top Wstbitand, 2 Chairs and Rockers
Hair Spring Mattress, Bat Back.
A Patent Combination Family Table !
a sew and very useful article;
Parltr Cweklkf SUtc ail Other Articles,
ONE GRAND SQUAKE PIANO,
Patent Over Strings, Superior Tone and finish, 7) Oc
tavewas displayed at lb Centennial
C. 8. BARTOW, Anct'r.
Mortgagee's Notice of Sale.
BY DIRECTION OP II. A. WIDEMANN.
Attorney In Fact of Stephen Spencer. Assiftee of a cer
taia Mortgage Deed made by Albert rJanter and tfarab E. 8ua
ter, his wife, to J. L. Ktchardsoo. snd by blm asslrned ta the
said Stephen Spencer by doeasaent dated March VJth. 1878. of
record ia Liber 63 oa ps 4 Jo, I am directed to sell at public
aoeiioa Oil SATURDAY, he S5ik day of Oct, 1879, at my
Salesroom, ia Honolulu, all that certain parcel of land situate
east of the Osha College premises at Ponahoa, Oaha, and
boanded and described as Mlows:
Prom the sooth comer of Punahoa land on the road to Ma
Boa Valley, mas along said Taller road north 681 . east 7-11
chain) tkence along said road north 64 a. east 23 71 chains
to rock marked X; thence north 6i . east Hit chains to pile
estooee by apathi tbeoce north l&ie.east 6 Sa chains to
corner of Punahoa wall; thence souih 64 s, west 4J.88 chains
to s stake on Ike corner of Mrs. Chamberlain's land and a
road ti feet wide to said Mrs. Chamberlain land; Ibesee along
Said Mrs Chamberlain's land south li , west 8 chains to the
starting point inclading ao area of 27 100 acres, aod brine
part of ths premises described In Koral Patent No. 10ta.
granted to B. M. Bodgers. For further particolars. Inquire or
C. 8. BARTOW. Anct'r.
Or CICIL BROWN, attorney to aaslgnee of mortgagee, oil
FOR - A. -Lf 12 I
"Valriable Real .Estate.
se20 Bnqaireof C. 8. BARTOW.
NOTICE OF 8 ALE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Srm of Wing Caeoog Tai. eonaiating of Messrs. Cholan
at Co., Woog Ma Poa Tnog. Look cans, Vun Uuan. Lee Tab
Poa. Chang Fa. Tang Bee, Chang Ming. Chang Yang, Con
ches A A hung, hi worm Chow Kee, Wing We Tea. Cbing Chin
Sam. bae,oothet Aldayof8ept., 1J9, sold all their risht,
title and Interest In the easiness carried on nndrr the Srm
name of Wing Cbeoog Tai, to a firm In Boogkoog, named
Wing We Teen, whicu flna has aathorixed and empowered
Loo Chit Sam to carry on and conduct the ssid busioess lor
The same of the new firm will be called Wicf Cbeoog Tai
No member of the 1st firm of Wing Cbeong Tai will be held
responsible fnr any debts contracted by the new Arm of Wing
Cbeoog Tai Taea Kee.
The new Srm of Wing Cbeoog Tai Yuen Kee will not be re
sponsible Inr say debts contracted by the old Srm of Wing
Cheung Tai from and after the 2id instsnt.
All debts sgsinst the late firm of Wing Cbeoog Tel. and all
Seconal doe and owing them, most be settled within one
month from this date. LOO CBIT BAM.
Honotalo, Sept. X'th, 1879. (se27)
Co-operative Tailor Store,
Port Street, llclntyre's Block,
Next Door to Wenner 4 Co.'s Jewelry Store.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. RESPECT
FULLY beg to announce to ibe public that we hare
farmed a co-partnership for the purpose of carrying oa and
conducting the business of
Al the A bore Place. We bare
Received Direct from Europe
tx R. C. Wylie, a Well Selected and Fine As
sorted Stock of:
Which are of Superior Quality, and especially adapted for
this climate, from a long experience a Tailors In this King
dom, w are thoroughly acquainted with the want of the
public, and will ase our utmost endesTors to meet them, and
guarantee perfect aaxlafactioo In every respect as to
MATERIAL AND PRICE !
W attend personally to the business and perform the work
ourselves. We hope by Superior Workmanship and giving
Perfect Satisfaction, to make our place deserving of the pat
ronage of those who desire
Perfect Fitting, Well-Made
Stylish Clothing of Good Material,
ON REASONABLE TERMS.
X Orders from the Other Islands will receive prompt attention-
Samples of Cloth and Prices, together with rules for
setf-aseasorement, sent on application.
L. B. KERR.
C. O. 80RKNDSON,
se27 1m WM. BOB jQX.
rilHE BRICK-STORE AND PREMISES
B oo Queen street, beloogiog to Dr R W. Wood, at pre
sent occupied by the andersigned. For terms apply to
se k'-tl " H. HACKskLD A Co.
JPiAPABLEOF HOLDING fiOO GALLONS
foe sale by
CO AS. LONG.
ALL PA RTIES INDEBTED TO THE WAI
LCKU STORE of T.J. MOSdMAN.are requested to
make immediate payment to J. II. H ARB, as these account
are overdue, aod a a certain disposition was made July 23d,
of ike Stock and Bills receivable of said tiiors, aod ss ths said
huaines is beiog wound up, all Bills unpaid will nave to be
collected by process of law. Prompt settlement will save
August 16th, 1879. ao9 If
For iSau Francisco.
The American Schooner
"W. H. Meyer,
"Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
for freight or Passage, apply to
oil C. BREWER A Co., Agenl.
For Sale or Charter I
n a w m S" ci riw rv
. rr ana. m. a ovaww-i .
About 1S5 Twst Refitr. XT Tea feoad aad ready to
sea. Apply to
oealm CHA8. LONQ. Merchant St.
For Portland, Ob
Vj THE PAST SAILTKO BAKKINTTNB
TO Jane A. Falliinlitxr-gr,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For freight or Passage, apply to
2T CASTLE A COOKE. A rents.
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
R. O. WYLIE,"
M. BASEMAN MASTER.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port.
For Freight or Pasaaee, apply to .
selS H. HACKf ELP A Co., Agents.
New York & Honolulu Packet Line
W. H. Cross man &c Bros.,
118 Chamber Street, New York Agents.
'HIE NEXT VESSEL la thU POPCLAR
1 Line will leave New fork In all tke month of December.
Parties having freight for this port, wiU do well to patronise
tbie Line, beiog assured of a good Teasel and a low rate of
freight. sc27 tf
THE HAWAIIAN ERIQ
T? O "ML A- HE,
Well Found Ready Tor Sea.
au23 Apply to H. HACKf ELD A Co.
STEAMSHIP COMPANY !
FOR SA1V FRANCISCO.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
DEARBON, COM MAN DEB,
Will leave Honolulu for San Francisco on
or about Monday, Oct. 27th.
For Sydney, via Auckland !
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
ON OR ABOUT MONDAY, NOV. 1st,
H. HACKf ELD ft CO., A genu.
Goads far Shlpmtesit per Steamier cast w.ew
bx Staled), free mf Charge, la the Flresref
Wsrtka.e aeatr lbs Steamier Wharf. Jsl 7
TIME-TABLE OF THE
RETNOLDS, t : I : MASTER.
Oct 14, 6 p m .
Oct 21,6 p m.
Circuit of Bawaii
Circuit of lias-ail
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii
Oct 28, p m .
Nov 4, 6 p m..
Nov 11, 6 p m ,
Nor 18, 6 pm.
Nov 24, 6 p m.
Dec 2. 6 p m . .
Dec 9, 6 p m ..
Dec id, 6pm.,
Dec 23. 6pm.
Dec SO, 6pm.
No Credit for Passage Money !
We positively decline to open accounts for Passages, and we
particularly call the attention of the traveling public to the
necessity of having Baggage and Freight plainly roarkei; the
Steamer will not be responsible for any onmarked baggage or
for any Freight or Parcels unless Receipted Tar.
FREIGHT MONET DDE ON DEMAND!
Ia all cases of Freight for parties not lespooslble or un
known, the freight Money will be required In advance.
PACKAGES OP LIQ.DORS AND WINES
MUST BE PLAINLY MARKED
for the prty whom tbey are for, or plainly stated In the re
ceipt to whom they are consigned.
All demands for Damage or Loss, mast be made within one
In no way liable for loss or accident to live stock.
K7 f Isck Dri-ers, Boys, and such like, will not be allowed
on board the Steamer upon arrival, anlil after the passengers
have been landed.
mhg 7 WILDER dr CO.
a. 0. ALLS.
St. P. BOBIISO.
ALLEN & E0BINS0N.
AT ROBINSON'S WHARF. DEALERS IN
LU MB KB and all kinds of BUILDING MATERIALS
PaittS, Oils, Nails, Ac, Ac.
aosrra roe bcboohebs
del) Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. (ly
AQEXT OF THE FOLLOWING COASTERS t
Waiehu, and Juanita.
FLAG. Red with White BaU. Of PICK, Corner of
jal8 79 Knuinu snd Queen Street.
T. B. POSTER & Co.,
GENTS FOR SCHOONERS
Mary E. Foster,
And the Water Boat.
se30 ly OSce on the Esplanade, Honolulu.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER At CO., AGENTS.
favorable arrsogemeuts can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil. Bone. Wool, Hides
andotber Merchandise to New Bedford. Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances made.
Ja2 7 C. BREW1R ft CO.
R E G U L A R
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. BREWER ti CO., AGENTS.
f . v i : otad i n m n ,.
I liberal cash advances made on shipment by this
J2 79 C. BREWER A CO.
Pacific Iron Works,
SAN f RAN'CISCO. MANCf ACTCRERS OP
Sugar Mills. Engines, Boilers.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
In Connection with Sugar Plants.
Fsr Prlffs sod Terms, Apply t
E. P. ADAMS,
Agent for ths Hawaiian Islands.
TWO BUILDINGS IN A GOOD LOCAL
ITT. .nlr.KUk in. KnainM. nf .nw ItlnA ItjMtt
reasonable, and further Information may be obtained by S
applying at the Pantheon, corner Motel and Fort su. seO tf
V A R r J ISHES
USE TELE BEST.
Ask your Dealer for
C, T BAVNOtOS & CO.'S
E2T TAKE NO OTHER, -sa
WATER WHITE I
HIGH TEST ! !
SAFE and ECONOMICAL.
THE BEST OIL
FOR FAMILY USE.
THE BEST PRESERVATIVE
WORMS, GRASS & BARNACLES.
ALL GOODS BRANDED
C. T. RAYNOLDS & CO.,"
ARE STRICTLY PURE.
See that every Package
bears the IV a me.
Sale of Government Land.
ON MONDAY. November 3rd. 1S79. at 13 o'clock noon,
will be offered for Hale at publU- auction at the front en
trance of AJiiolani Hale a small piece of land on the Es
planade adjoining the premise of Hon. H. A. Widemann,
containing about 3-Sths of an acre.
rpset j.rice 750. Terms Cash. All information cauoe
Obtained at the Interior Office.
Honolulu. Oct. 3, 1879. Sax!. O. 'Wnj.
Oct. 4- iniater of the Interior.
DA.TTD TATXOB has beea this day appointed Com.
mlaaioner of Private Wsys and 'Water Rights for the Dis
trict of I.ahalp. Island of Maul, vice . Jones resigned.
M. MAKALCA has also beea this day appointed a
Commissioner of Private Wsrs and Water Bights for the
same district, and the Board" of said Commissioner for
tha said district of Lahaina novr consists as follows.
Bos. L. AJloIo. David Taylor. Esq. 3. Makalna. Esq.
Sam'x. O. Wiuti, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 3d. Ie79. Oct3t
Sals of Lease of Government Land. Eanaio
and Auwahi, Honuanla, Hani
On Monday, November 3d. 1379, at the front entrance
f Aliiolanl Hale, will be sold the lease for five years of
those two tracts of Government Land known as Kaasl
and Aawaal. and situated in the district of Hsass
aim. Masi. Tpeet price $300 per annnm Terms
payable qnarterly in advance.
SAMX O. WILDER. Minicter of the Interior.
Honolulu. 2th Sept. 1879. oct
Sale of Government Land
On Monday, November 3d, 1879, at 13 o'clock noon,
will be sold at public auction, at the lront entrance of
Aliiolanl Hale, the following pieces of Ooverrsnent lands.
1 Oslblkas, Faaa, Uawsil. One piece of land
Tkaaaaiai. containing 60 52-100 acres. Cpset price 75
eta per acre.
8 Kaaweleaa. Psaa. Hawaii. Two pieces of
land containing 137 22-100 acres. Upset price 75 eta per
acre. Terms cash. SAMX O. WILDER,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu. Sept. 30th, 1879. oct
The intolerable nuissnce caused by the speed at which
Drays are driven through the streets, as well as the risk
to life, and tha damage done the roads, compels the Min
ister of the Interior to amend the regulations regarding
licensed carriage and drays, issned August 13, 1879.
REGULATION. No horse attached to any Licensed
Wagon, Cart or Dray for the transportation of freight,
shall, within the circuit of one mile from the Honolulu
Post Office, be driven faster than a walk.
Sam'i. O Wildes., Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. Sept. 23, 1879. se27
Sale of Government Land.
ON MONDAT, October 27. 1879, at 12 o'clock noon, will
be sold at public auction at the front entrance of Aliiolanl
Hale, the following pieces of Government Land :
1st Waiaiaka. Hila. Hawaii. One piece situs
ted In Wainaku.Hilo, Hawaii, good for cultivation or as a
residence, containing 3 3-10 scree. Upset price $50 per acre.
- 2nd Haaalnla, Oaha. That piece of land known
as Kaliu, adjoining on the south and west side of Hon J.
W. Moanauli's residence on King Street, mauka of the
road to the Prison, containing one acre. Upset price (200.
3rd Hassi Msal. One strip of land In Nium.'.'.u,
Hans, Maul, adjoining the Plantation of A. Unna, Esq.,
containing S-10 acres. Upset price 10 per acre. Terms
Cash. Sam'i. G. Wildes, Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1879. se27
Sale of Lease of Government Land in Ha
ON MONDAY. October 27th, 1879, at the front entrance
of Aliiolanl Hale at 13 noon, will be sold the lease for ten
years of that piece of Government land situated In Va
Ikalala. flasuakaia, Hawaii, between Kaapahu
and Papalele below the Government road and adjoining
Henry Cooper's land, containing 80 acres. Upset price 75
ct. per acre per annnm. Terms, rent payable quarterly in
advance. Sam'i. G Wildkk, Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, Sept. 23, 1879. se27
APPLICATIONS for the purchase of Government
Lota, on the Eulsokshua Plains, will be received at the
. parties desiring to purchsse must state the number of
the Lot, and the price they offer for the same. Appli
cants must state that they desire to purchase with the
Intention of improving the same ; the Government de
cline to sell to parties desiriug to hold for sn advance.
Shonld the price offered be satisfactory, the Lots will
be put up at auction, after a reasonable advertisement of
TERMS OF SALE. One fourth cash. One fourth in
one year. One fourth in two years. Onefonrth in three
years with 9 per cent interest per annum payable semi
annually and a mortgage upon the land.
Map of the said lota can be seen at the Interior Office
and all information given.
Sam'l G. Wilder
an9 Minister of the Interior.
Col. W. F. Allen is appointed Acting Governor of the
Island of Oahu during my absence.
John O. Dominib.
July 15th, 1879.
list of licenses Expiring in Oct., 1879.
Notice is hereby given that all Licenses must be ap
plied for direct to the Interior Office, aud all parties are
cautioned about failing to renew expiring Licenses, and
all Sheriffs and Deputy Sheriffs have instructions to pro
secute without discretion, any and all parties doing
business without the proper License.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office April 30, 1879.
OAHU 1 Tuk Kee, Nuuanu street Honolulu
1 Wong Leon k Co, Nuuanu street Honolulu
2 Chung Faa, Heels, Koolsupoko
4 C 8 Wo Chong, Nuuanu street, "
4 Friel k Bush, Fort "
4 Amana, Waialua
5 Tung Hang & Co, Nuuanu Btreet, - '
6 Ah Gee, cor Beretsnia k Maunakea st "
9 Wilder k Co, cor Queen k Fort st,
10 E O Hall Ac Son, cor Fort k King st,
10 Dr E Hoffmafln, Merchant street, "
10 G Aio, "
13 A L Smith, Fort " "
13 Wing Chong Tai & Co, Hotel " "
17 J T & H Wsterhouse, King " "
18 C A Poor, Hotel " "
19 J Perry, cor Nuuanu k Hotel "
19 8 Msgnin, Nuusnu "
23 J H McLean k Co, Nuuanu " "
23 Hong Chau, Palama, King "
23 M Phillips k Co, Kaahumanu " "
25 J T Waterhouse, Fort " "
29 J T k H Waterhouse, Queen " "
81 Frank Antone, Nuuanu " "
81 Tong Wo, "
HAWAII 1 L Turner, Waiohinu, Kan
1 A 8 Cleehorn k Co, Punaluu, Ksu
1 J R Mills, Honoksa, Hamakua
4 Hitchcock k Co, Hilo
6 Chung Pen, Punaluu, Ksu
15 Goo Kim t Co. Honomakau, N Kokala
25 John Worth, Hilo
26 Tonng Sing & Co, Kapssu
29 Akim, Laupahoehoe, Hilo
MAUI 1 H Bryant, Wailuku
6 T Alo, Hamakualoa
14 Chung Wa & Co, Wailulrn
24 Aiona, Lahaina
25 T Alo, Waihee
KAUAI 1 An Gip, Kspsa
26 Apau, Koloa
26 Tong Sing, Kalihiwai, Hsnalei
1 Bolles k Co, Queen street, Honolulm
6 Chulan k Co, Nuuanu " "
9 Wilder k Co. cor Queen k Fort st, Honolulu
10 E O Hall k Son, cor King k Fort sts, "
23 C Along, Nuuanu st, "
28 James Old, Empire House
9 Frank Brown, Merchant st, Honolulu
1 Ah Psu, Halswa, N Kohsla, Hawaii
1 W S Lokai, Waianae, Oahu
1 Pahana, Makapala, N Kohsla. Hawaii
1 Wing Sing A Co, Kapaau, N Kohsla, Hawaii
11 Akaua k Ahoe, Honokaa, Hamakua, "
26 Leum Keon, Kaiopihi, N Kohala, "
26 Len Hin k Co. Halswa, " "
26 Peter Fornsndez, King st, Honolulu
27 A Conchee, Kaneohe. Koolaupoko
28 A Walter, Lahaina, Maui
28 Ah Hok, Honomakau, N Kohala, "
1 Chas Notley, Hamakua, Hawaii
2 A Conrsdt.
13 Ahi, Haiku. Maui
18 J H Woods, N Kohala, Hawaii
29 G Waller, King street, Honolulu
29 " Hotel "
29 " Nuuanu
29 Fish Market
7 J McKeague, Heeia, Koolaupoko
1 8 W Wilcox, Kauai
2 T W Everett, Maui
25 J H Canaro. N Kohala, Hawaii
1 An Gip, Kspaa, Kauai
14 G P Wilder, Kona, Oahu
14 SO Wilder, Jr
17 Guy 9 Comly,
17 Guy Wodehouse.
17 Hay Wodehouse, "
23 C P Iankea, "
Cbixesk Mcsic. The Chinese Theatre Company per
form afternoons as well ss evenings in the presentation
of their dramas, and their building being situated near
Lucas' steam planing shop and Hopper's steam barrel
factory, it is difficult to say which is the most musical
to uneducated ears of " outside barbarians" the noise of
tha sas and planes, or that of the Chinese orchestra.
A Valuable IavKvrio. Happening to visit the wheel
wright shop of Mr. Jacob Hoick on King street one dsy
last week, we were much interested in inspecting a novel
aawing machine, the Invention of Mr. Hoick, who is a
well-known ingenious mechanic. The machine in ques
tion Is for sawing the different parts of a wheel when in
process of construction and also scroll work, and doea its
business so expeditiously that Mr. Hoick assured us he
could with the machine execute in fifteen minutes whst
would require an hour and a half by hand. It is well
worth the attention of mechanics who may not be able to
afford to procure steam power, and it is an object of In
terest to any observer who likes to look st an Ingenious
mechanical contrivance to save labor.
SATURDAY. OCTOBER 11.
Attention is called to the new advertise
menU in this efk'e isue.
Correction. The Otturt-a of the report tf rain
fall at Dr. R. McKibbia' lor the month of Septem
ber, ia our last, should have been 66-100lba
instead of 46-100tbs.
Stxamxx I-irti.Tti.-Qa acoonst of needed re
pain the steamer Liktlikt will be laid up from Mon
day, October 20th until Tawdav, November 4tb.
Ths steamer Lthua will ooatiau br rrgalar trips to
windward porta aa oiual, leaving here Trj Fri
day p. m.
October AVeathkr. Although the sua at meri
dian height still continues to assert blsfiei j power,
jet tbe air at early morning ia delicioutly cool and
bracing, and a walk up the Talley or out in the
suburbs will well repay the exertion, by quicken
ing the pulses of the blood and producing a first
class appetite for breakfast.
Music. Tht Band will play this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at 4. SO p. at The fol
lowing is the programme :
March The Elite Kuhner
Overture The Concert at Court Auber
Waltx A Toi (For Tbee) Waldteafel
Selection The Last Daye of Pompeii Petreila
Duetto II Trovatora (new) Verdi
Polks Victoria (new) Faust
Beacoxsfikld on Schdat. The Earl of Beacons
field recently aaid in the house of lords : ' I am per
fectly free to admit that there is a difference between
the Christian Sunday and the Jewish Sabbath, and I
cannot agree with those who would extend to the
Christian Sunday the rules and regulations of the
Jewish Sabbath. If there be any who desire to do it.
they will utterly fail to accomplish that purpose,"
Telegraphic. We notice that the Semaphore over
be- bookstore of Messrs. Whitney & Robertson has
this week been put in thorough repair, and is now
again in good working order. Intelligence of ap
proaching vessels is communicated to the bookstore
by telephone, a wire connecting with the outer station
and the signals are then put op here; and in addition
the announcement is made in writing on a black
board in front of the bookstore. Messrs. W.
& R. deserve the thanks of the community for their
Tuk CniE3K ix New York. The Herald of
Sept. 23d gives some facts and figures which show
that the Chinese are rapidly establishing them
selves in Ibe East, and that it will not be very
long before the same complaints will be heard of
their encroachments that bare so long been echoed
from California and pooh-poohed by the people of
the Eastern States. In New York, says the Herald,
there are already over 300 Chinese laundries, 50
groceries, 20 tobacco stores, 10 drug stores, 6 res
taurants, and a variety of other establishments. In
Jersey city there is a shirt factory, a shoe factory,
aud a manufactory of cutlery, which employ Chin
ese alone. There are 2500 Chinese in New York
city, and a company, called the Polong Congsee
Company, has been formed for the purpose 0f fa
cilitating' immigration. -
A Chinese Steamer. Intelligence was received
by the last mail that the steamer Canandra, pre
viously announced to leave Hongkong for this port
with emigrants, has been withdrawn, and that her
place would be supplied by a steamer belonging to a
Chinese Company. She was to leave about October
1st, and about a month hence we may expect an
addition to our Mongolian population of two or three
hundred. The aforesaid Chinese Company will prob
ably make a regular business of repopulating the'
Hawaiian Islands. Once more we ask our govern
ment and people is this process of paganizing these
Islands to be allowed to go on forever, without let or
hindrance ? It may be a matter of indifference to
those who can, on short notice, pack np their money
bags and leave ; but to members of the " Can't-get-away
Club," the prospect is rather gloomy.
The Tkeatt. We find the following sensible
remarks about tbt Hawaiian Treaty in the 8. F.
Merchant of Sept. 19 :
' If any man in the United States has had any
uneasy feeling about the Hawaiian Treaty let him
rest assured. His country is getting the best of it,
and if the nation tired, Great Britain would gladly
step into the position, and give the Hawaiian
Kingdom a handsome bonus for securing a similar
privilege. California is doing well by the treaty,
and is satisfied, and who has a right to grumble?
As the Aetes Letter says : Oar export trade to
Hawaii is steadily increasing. The arrivals and
departures of vessels to the Sandwich Islands bare
received a great impetus since the passage of the
treaty, and our merchants and citizens, generally,
are well pleased with the Island development.
The Islanders diaw heavily npon us for machinery,
steamers, iron, lumber, flour, grain, cattle, horses,
mules, etc." .
Hail Storm is London. Early in August an
extraordinary . hail storm visited London and
vicinity, inflicting severe losses upon gardens,
greenhouses and panes, which, says the Timet,
looked as if tbey had been fired upon by a mitrail
leuse battery. Not a single piece of glass was
left whole that faced the storm. The hailstones
were the largest ever known by the oldest resi
dents ; five of them weighed a pound, and measur
ing from three to five inches in circumfrence. In
Kew Gardens it had been roughly estimated that
6,000 damage bad been done, no less than 25,000
panes having been broken in all the gardens.
Large boughs were twisted off trees, outdoor
plants and vegetables were cut down as with a
knife, and in one instance a small pile of potatoes
were literally dug np and left upon the surface of
the ground by the flying blocks of ice.
Ik Error We were misinformed last week in an
item to the effect that two surreptitious Chinese gin
sellers had been fined in the Police Court respectively
$10 and $20. It was for furnuhing, sot selling.
But the Gazette in its haste to correct us , itself falls
into a blunder that is worse than the one it attempts
to expose. It says that during the past three weeks
there have been three convictions for selling liqoor
without license, in which one Chinaman was fined
$500, a second 8250, and a third 9150. Now the
editor is supposed to be a lawyer at aH events be
holds a license as such from the Supreme Court yet
he is evidently ignorant of the fact that the fine for
selling liquor without a license is fixed by law at
8500, no mora no less. In reality there was but
one conviction under that law, and the fine of $500
was of coarse imposed ; and there were two convic
tions (besides those first above mentioned) for furn
ishing, and in each of these a fine of S150 was im
posed. In view of the law, (See. 29 Chap. 41 Penal
Code) we are not auprised that His Honor " bad no
recollection of a single case of conviction for the illi
cit sale of liquors where the fine has been less than
8100." Now, is the Gazette ever reliable T No.
What! Never? Well, hardly ever.
Blooded Stock. Mr. Rollio P. Saxe of San
Francisco is a " breeder and shipper of Jacks,
Snort-born, Jersey and other cattle ; Merino, Cote
wold and Shropshire Sheep tnd Berkshire Pigs of
thorough blood." He writes to us : "I Lave bad
much trouble with a bouse or two here who have
shipped swine to the Islands and said they were
raised by Saxe. I know of two lots of pigs shipped
that are not tborougb-breds, and parties here
bought them for one-fourth of what I sell pigs at.
An my name has been used considerably on the
Islands, and as I have shipped only two orders for
pigs one through Messrs. Williams, Blanebard &
Co., and the other cold direct to Mr. Herbert of
the Hawaiian Hotel, I simply desire that all orders
for Essex, Berkshires, or Poland Chinas abould
come through Messrs. Williams, Blanebard & Co.,
or direct to myself. There is as much difference
between my pigs and other pigs as there ia be
tween a good oyster and a pretty good oyster,
good eggs and tolerable good eggs, good butter or
fair butter. I don't deal in fair, or tolerable good,
or pretty good stock ; I have only the best, and
charge for it, and back my opiniou with my pigs,
and I don't like shipping agents or speculators to
use my name on common pigs bought here and
aent to Honolulu and sold as thoroughbreds wh6n
tbey ain't. Always a thoroughbred myself , yours,
etc., RoLLUf P. Saxe."
' BRIEF MENTION.
ScprmiKXT. We present our readers with a two
page supplement to day, la whioh will be found
Letter from our Saa Francisco oorrespondcat late
Foreign News ; an article on Free 8a gar frota
the S F. BtUlttin ; a melange of foreign news Items,
and much other interestiug matter besides adver
tisements. Circts Lnproil's Company continues to draw
good houses and to give general satisfaction. Oa
Monday evening Chiarini's company en route for
Australia performed at Luproil's tent to a crowded
boose. This Company is oom posed of actors of da.
ciJed talent, and their animals are remarkably wall
trained. Luproil offer aa excellent bill for tUa
No Rack. After all the anDoaooemeaU aad prea.
aratloa for a race at the Park last Sttardaj alW
noon many persons having gone oat to Vltzteat tka
sport, and the mar " Leach." being oa hand tl
California horse Jinny ' failed to pat la aa ap
pearance. Naturally enough lb sold ota wr
quit indignant, bnl some were coo soled by getting
up a few scrub races. Ia making ap a match aor
after it will be well for the parties to pat ap a for
Thirty Teams. A gentleman who lately arrived
from East Maui informs as that whea be pisssl the
Commons " there were thirty team at work tbext
plowing, the intention beiag to pot la a boat two
thousand acres ia oane. With the rka soil of that
locality from two to fire feet of the alluvial weak of
ages from the mountain, oomUoad with the irriga
tion from Sprecklee ditch, a yield may bo expeie
of from four to five tons to the acre, say wOOu.tosjs,
worth here something over f 1,000,000.
A Second Time. A new phase In the dleeaso of
measles hss appeared in these Islands. . That is,
experienced physicians ay that about onoo la a
thousand times only doea lb disease attack a par
son the second lime; but in this city, as we are
informed, a number of cases of secondary measlw
have occurred not a simple relapse, but a second
attack after a complete recovery from the I rat It
Is, bowevergenerally light, and last but a few
days, although sometimes accompanied by iha
More Orrca. Last Thursday th Customs o3
cers found forty tins rontalnlog opium, ingen
iously enclosed in the sides, the oenter ot tha tins
being occupied by a Chinese condiment or Banco
known aa bean curds." It was received by the
Eureka, aad consigned to one Kwong Chong, who
runs a laundry on King street. There were aom
200 tins of the bean curds, only forty of which
contained opium. On being arralcned ta the
Police Court yesterday. Mr. Kwong Chong stated
that the opium did not belong to him, but to a
friend whom he expected by the next vessel from
the coast. Of course the officers will be on band
to welcome our mutual fuend " on his arrival.
Still at rr. The dog-poisoners who were to
industrious during the second week of September
have either continued their work or else been suc
ceeded by some one endeavoring oa a small scale
to follow their example. During tbo past teriN
days several dogs much valued by tbelr owners,
pel of rare breeds, aud that could bavo caused
no annoyance to anyone, have beea poisoned.
We beard of one person who declared that ao
would not have sold bis little terrier for f 500, but
the ruthless dog-fiend did the business with a littl
pinch of strychnine. Even the supposed sacred
precincts of the station-house have been invaded
by the destroyers, and our friend Man lost two 0
bis pets, out ol three. The reward of 9150 for lb
discovery of the poisoners is still opoa to detec
Imports op America Merchandise. W eopy
tho following from th 8. F. Merchant, of Sept. 6 t
" The export of American merchandise, prodac
and live stock to the Hawaiian Island from this
port, for August, were 9143.075, being nearly
double those or July. The total sine July 1st, I
8218,818. Th total for the lat three months U
$842,965. Thia show ibat ther baa beea omswht
of a lull in this business of late, and that w or aet
keeping the average np to the earlier part of tbo
year. The total domestic export of tb first !z
month of tbo year were 9977.490. Th falling off,
however, i only temporary, and waa foroed by Jhe
necessity, from lack of sufficient eapital, of eartailtog
their purchases for a time. It is no discredit to th
Islanders that they can discern financial breaker at
a long distance and aet their course aooordicrjy,
even if it involves taking ia some sail for a tin.
lAici is iu wiiuuiu wvuw IUUI c. usj WW VipVOlSVf
and next spring the orders will be larger tbaa ever.
Even at the reduoed figures it ia a very pretty export
trade for Saa Francisco."
Opium va. Liquor. A correspondent, over th
signature of" Veritas," calls attention to th im
plied apology for the use of opium in the Gttette't
editorial of this week, and says that sometimes M a
fellow-feeling makes ns wondrous kind," and that
it would be the better part of valor In tbo editor
not to say any more about opium. Our correspon
dent goes on to say : The Scripture say nothing
about opium (the drug was doubtless unknown to
the ancients, or tbey might have licensed it), but
Solomon advises that wine and strong drink b
given to strengthen people and to cheer tbo down
cast. Solomon xxxl, 6, 7, ia thus paraphrased by
Robert Burns :
" Ola him atronar drlnlt nnH tia wink
That's sinking in despair.
An' liquor guid, to fire his bluld.
That's prest wl' grief an' car ;
There let him bouse, and deep carons
Wl bumpers flowing o'er,
Till be forgets bis loves or debts.
An' minds his griefs no mora."
Of tbe habit of opium smoking. It is said
" It hangs npon him Ilk a dead man's grasp
On the wreck'd swimmer's neck."
Wo give our correspondent thought, without
endorsing bis view as to strong drink. II son
eludes by recommending for tbe editor In question
" a doe of canned opium."
Death op Mrs. Johnstone This venerable lad,
who with her husband the late Andrew Johnstone
came to these Islands in 1831 under tbo auspice
of the A. B. C. F. M., died in this city on Sunday
last tbe 5th instant, and waa buried tbe same day.
Mr. and Mrs. Johnstone devoted their live to th
education of youth for many year In this city,
having at one time bad charge of tbe first English
school ever established here, known a th
"Charity School." kept in a stone building that
was situated on tbe grounds now occupied by tbo
uovernment xiouse. jnany oi loose oorn nere ana
now grown to mature manhood and womanhood,
attended that school, and will remember Mr. John
stone (be was a Scotchman) tbe kind but fahhfu!
teacher, long since departed. He and bis wife also
kept a boarding acbool in a two-story stone build
ing that onee stood on the lot now occupied by
the residence of Mr. Atberton, on King street,
below tbe old mission premise. Mr. and Mrs.
Johnstone resigned from tb mission la 1834, and
thereafter taught tbe English school under th
patronage of the foreign residents of Honolulu.
It was with Mr. Johnstone that Romauldo Pacbeco,
formerly Li-uL Governor of California and now
elected as Representative to tb U. 8. Congress
from that State, wa sent to school in bis boyhood,
being sent here by bis father for an English edu
cation. He is well remembered by some of bi
old scboolmatesJiere. One by one tbe older resi
dents are passing away, until soon tbe place that
now know them shall know them no more forever.
y Vsrlous have been tbe comments mad by th
many who have gazed at tbe photograph which Mr. Mon
tana has exhibited during the psst week in tha window of
McWajne's drug store, and those acquainted with th
original have been well pleased with tha faithful repro
duction of the animate on the Inanimate. Mr. Montana
in this instance hss combined his various qualifications
as operator, retoucher and printer, and produced a work
of art of which he is justly proud.
Boom left, as the boy said after being left a Ion. for half
an hour in the pie closet. So ssy visitors to Jr.Mland
er's Picture, Frame snd Variety Store on fort street,
three doors mauka of Hotel street l Tha shelves aad
counters in his establishment are laden with articles both
useful and ornamental. Just imported from Ban Francis
co, and a single silver dollar expended ther will bring a
good return. A visit will satisfy all that he sell cheap,
and as he sells for cash only, his prices are far below
those who give credit. Call and examine snd Judge.
Skwixo Machwks at Accnos. A large lot of new and
3d hand Sewing Machines, which have been taken la
exchange for the American Sewing Machine,' by
Geo. T. Wells, will be disposed of at Public Auction.
This lot embraces many new first class Machlnwa, In
cluding the Floreuce, Domestic, Wheeler k Wilson, Sing
er, Howe, Orover k Faker's, Ac, arc.
One or two Machines will be sold by E. P. Adam at
each of hi les, till tbe whole lot have beea disposed
of. Oct 4 lm
ST SOMETHING KLWI TO PLANTERS, PLAKTA
tion Agents, Graziers, etc., who are in need of a light
handy machine for setting np and mending fsnc wire,
will find Just the thing at Dillingham k Co.' store, 7ort
street. febl. .