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TRW AY. AVGUST..
Ext-arve dullness bsa prevailed in commerrisl circle
throughout the week, the ranse being attributed to the
Interest taken by merchant in politic! affairs. The
vnteof uU of confidence in the MlnWtry brought for
ward on Wednesday, attracted all Honolulu to the As
sembly. In the money market little or nothing ha been done
I'robably the JlO.OOO.nno loan bill might bare had some
Influence in thla matter- It vupied the attention of
the Assembly the whole of Thursday and Friday and w
finally disponed of by twin indefinitely postponed.
The receipt of sugar during the week have been 3001
pkgs. The City of New York took away 700 tons.
Large cargo of general mercbandi have been im
ported, and also numbers of lire stock per W. H. Meyer
An important credit aale of general merchandise i ad
vertised by Mr E P Adams to Uke place on Wednesday
The Xaaleha plantation waa purchased by Messrs. Ir
win and Co, on Saturday last, for the sum of $225,000.
The non arrival of the Chinese steamer Hochung does
not Fire rise to any anxiety, except in Chinese quarters.
The steamer Australia with mails from the East is due
POIIT OF ZXOXIOXiTJX.TJ. H. I.
July 31 Bark Revere, Mclntyre, 77 da? s from Nana! mo
Aa 18 8 City of New Yrk, Cobb, 13 days 2 hours from
2 Am topsail sehr W B Meyer. Qofiloa. 13 days from
B Bark Helen W A lmy, Freeman. 12 days from rao
t Bark Buena Tfsta, Calhoon. 29 days from Port
5 Bktne Discovery, Per, hallow, 15 days from San
6 Haw bk Ptartirht, Bean. 1ft days from fan Franciseo
a Bktne Amelia. Foy, 40 days from New Caalle NSW
art ci. wan.
& An Khr CUua 8preckts. too Schmidt. Ill day
from Can Francisco.
fraud , peculation, and job, and has been about
a much dreaded as the Tree rum bill. The leg
islature will, it is hoped be prorogued in a few
dajs. aod the lobbjitU maj pay bi billa and pack
bis travelling bag. Hie days ae an amateur wire
puller in the Hawaiian If lands are numbered.
We publish below a list of te ajes and noes
objectionable, until at the present time there can
be found bat few, among honest or reasonable
beinge, who will not endorse them. Onr views,
once accused of being antagonist (upon this ques
tion) to the planting interests of the country are
now endorsed by the planters themselves. We
more than once have been accused of a criminal
on the motion to indefinitely postpone the bill as j alacrity to pull down, and a want of disposition
.... a a At t t 1 .J A a it,
IIKH4 RTI'K :.
July 31 Am schr Cassle Hay ward, LeBallaateer, lor Eareka
31 Ambark Martha Rideoot, Wlchbarg. t-r Port Tawo
seod Aug 1 Am bark Hrvt Borne. MaUno, Inr Departure Bay
28 S City of New York, Cobb, for Han Francisco
Vessel for If fro as Far list Paris.
Brit ship City of Nankin, Glajrow. due A of 5-10
Haw bk R C Wylie. Bremen, doe A a li-'-io
Brit bk Oberoo, Liverpool. Joe i-rpt
Am bk Mohican. New York, doe Nov 1-5
An bktne Kafka, Saa Francisco, due
Am bftne J 1) gpreckiis, "an Fran tot Kahului, due
Chines sua Do Chun, Hoof kons;, doe
P M n 8 Australia. Han Fraociaco, A of 1-9
Am bktne Emma Aorosta. Port Gamble
Brit ship Ftoetwlnff. New Castle. N W, to said about July 10
An Dk Severe, itanaioo. fo Aag l-a
Am sen Dashing Wave. Nanaimo. (nr liana, Maui, due Aug
Brit bk Spirit of the Age, II mgkoog. to sail about Jane IS
VCMIKW IN FORT
II B M 8 Pelican, bickeo.
Am srh Honora.
Jaluit tgtoe Nicoiaaa
An bk MarUua Rideoot, Wirkberg
Am bk Harvest Home, Mataoo
An tern Compeer. Blckhalm
Am bk Rainier, Wain.
Report of steamer City of New Turk. Wnt. B. Cobb,
Commander. Imparted from anthoraue at La vender
Bay, Hydney, at 3 o'clock on the altrrnoon of tbe 13th
u It ; disc bar ed pilot at 3:50. Arrived at Auckland 4Uo
m on the Anh; time from Hydr.ey tu Auckland, 4 days,
10 hours. Hailed from Auckland same day at SM p tn.
Crossed the. 1x0th parallel of lonjrlrn le In latitude 30 8
on the 22nd. July Xfrd. ItiJOa m. Eaoa Island, of the
Tcowa jrroap. abeam W miles distant. Crnmed the equa
tor in longitude 163 W. July 2htn, at a m. Experienced
pleasant weather with heavy easterly swell throughout
thepasaatte. No SS trade winds, but took NE trades in
7 H latitude. Arrived at Honolulu. August 1st at 7:40
p m. Tim from Auckland. I I days. 2 boors.
I M PORTS,
. From Sydney, per City of New York. August 12 cs
rlants, Sd sks oats. I JO bx soap. CO ca butter, 1 ca drapery,
roll matting, 2ft cs xpirit, pkgs rope and UM pkxs
mdae ia transitu.
Frotn Han Fruicisco. per W H Meyer, August 21.18
pkirs tobacco. 66 cs salmon. 34 pkgs drugs, 3 rolls mat
ting, 340 aks flour, lot of groceries and canned provisions
also a lot of live stock, i cs butter, 30 bx candles, and
large assortment of mdae.
For Victoria, per Harvest Home. August 1 2M bbls
mo lasses, 1U0 nuns ballast. 1 rs brandy. Fur Vsl $6.50;
Horn Val $1.716JJ.
For Eureka, per Cassie Hayward, July 31. B roderirk.
From Kan Francisco, per W H Meyer, August 2. H
Taylor, Ii Fergerson. L l'erkina, L Starkweather, John
Hovel. E Fowlep. W Barnard. J Grittn, W Green. W
Heir, I) BeneriaoUo, J Johnson, W Jackson, V bucbe, A
Garcia. H HowarL
From Australia, per City of New York, August 1-Mr
Von Tempaky, UonF 8 O'Grady. Mr P McLean, Mrs M
M Arken, Alexander Bolster.
For San Francisco, per City of New York. Augusts
Mr Hartlett and wife, Mrs Uewes and maid. J M Oat jr.
H Poor. Miss M Hopper, Miss Ingrabsm, H Lackmann,
W A Iioole. Geo Berkley wife and child. Hay Henahon,
A T Atkinson, T II Lavies wife 6 children and a ser
vant. Banning, wife and child. Miss Dickson. E K
Ransome. N Murphy and wife. E Dowsett. H Thurston.
B Belles, B Austin. Miss Eitze. Capt L'Orange, Miss
Richardson. E U Hib hcock and wife. Mrs Mellis, Thoa
May. MrsCressan. JWi." ?--!?..
'. . l .:-.; -.; I. ' .' "? .
Ate Messrs Wilder. Kapena, Simon E Kaal. Preston,
Ixuninis, Kanos. Kabanu, Cleghorn. Moananll, Castle,
I:hods, Jndd. Kunuiakea. Keau. Kaulukou. Nawahi,
Woods. S W Eaai. Pilipo, Eapahu. Mahoe, O N Wilcox,
Noks Messrs Bush. KuiheUni. Martin. Lilikalani,
Baker. Kalama. Kabnln. Kaanaana, Aholo. Gibson, Naha
kn. Kalua. K W Wilcox. Glendon, Hanuna. Wahine,
Kaunamano. Kuapuu. Kakina, Beckley. 20
The existence of gross abuses under our pre
sent police sjitem, was brought to notice by
certain members in the early part of tbe present
Session of the Legislature; but, owing to tbe
powerful influence of the Judicial element
in tbe House, an extendi and thorough investi
gation was suppressed. Rumors bave frequently
been current of late as to abuse of power in
this department of Government, and its discri
mination in regard to individuals, instead of
merits. That country represents a wretched
state of affairs when its police regulations are
subjected to tbe influence of personal considera
tions, or when its officers, in their exercise of power,
are allowed to transcend the law, as has been tbe
case here in more instances than one. Still
worse is it when judicial action is made subser
vient to the ignorance and despotism of petty
law-ofScers ; and that community is dead to its
own interests who will tamely submit to such a
rule. The undue or despotic exercise of power
by government is as much a breach of contract as
if it were made between private parties to an
agreement, and involves consequence that may be
dire to all its subjects.
Attention baa lately been called to an outrage
on the part of the police, that should not be al
lowed to go without the strongest reprehension
from the community. A Hawaiian youth in the
early part of last week, was identified as one of
the authors of certain robberies which bad been
committed in tbe town, and was accordingly ar
rested. Upon being questioned, after bis re
moval to the station house, as to bis own gilt, and
the eupposeu complicity of others in the rob
beries committed, he persistently refused to give
the information sought, and waa especially reti
cent in regard to bis confederates. Owing to this
reticence it was deemed advisible that coercion
should be used ; and, it is stated on good author
ity, that this was applied under the direction of
tbe Deputy Marshal, in tbe form of a severe
whipping, which resulted in tbe divulgence of
tbe desired testimony. Since this, and upon the
testimony thus extorted, (we are told) the boy has
been sentenced to four months imprisonment.
A more deliberate violation of law, and of the
rights of subjects, as guaranteed by tbe Constitu
tion, can scarcely be imagined. Article 6tb of
tbe Constitution distinctly says : "No person shall
be subject fo punishment for any offence, except
on due and legal conviction thereof, in a Court
having jurisdiction of the case." Article 9th
also says : " No person shall be compelled in
any criminal case, to be a witness against him
self, ic." If the executive may violate with im
punity the fundamental law of tbe land In one
case, why not in others? and if discretionary
power is given them in such matters, there is an
end of right, and tbe guarantee of the Constitu
tion, as to the protection of life, liberty, and
property," is but a fi-uieot. Were this a soli
tary instance of the mis-use of power by tbe
police, it would be bad enough; but it is only
one of many instances where unfair means bave
been resorted to, to obtain judgment against such
as the police desire to see punished.
and ability to build up, by those who held to the
nninlnn that Chinese labor was, and would be;
indispensable to the country.
The question heretofore baa been: " What
i can we do without them?" And, "What do
you propose as a substitute for the cheap labor
i thev furnish, and of which we are so mucn m
need?" Tbe tenor of the questions now most
often propounded, is: "What are we to do
with them? And how can we rid ourselves of a
class of criminals and vagrants, who will not do
honest work themselves: and who make their
living by a trade in illicit wares, which directly
interferes with the order on plantations.
According to the census of 1872 there was a to
tal of about 2000 Chinese on the islands, about a
quarter of which number were residing in Bono
lulu, and according to the census of 1878, we
bad a total of 4916 on all the islands, and 1199
in Honolulu alone, while the total of other for
eigners on the islands foots up only 4561. Fig
ures like these, with the prospect (in case there
is a cabinet to be found who will endorse tbe
Davment of tbe subsidv to the China line of
a e? v
steamers) of a fearfully rapid augmentation of
our Chinese population, may well cause a gener
al feeling of insecurity and alarm among respecta
ble people, both native and foreign. And,
should tbe opium bill, an iniquitous law destruct
ive of tbe parity clauses of our treaties with
other countries, become a law, we can well ex
pect as tbe Gazette says, " to have a perfect
howl of indignation going up from friend and foe
Witb tbe accomplishment of such unwise laws
as have been passed by the Legislature of 1880,
no sane man can look to a renewal of our Keci
procity Treaty with tbe United States, or even
for the continued protection of our independence
bv foreign powers, and tbe helpless plieht in
which this nation would be rjlaced without such
guarantee, can be imagined, when we consider
that tbe impotence of our Government, bears a
direct ratio to tne numbers or our (Jninese popu
lation. It is uesless to dilate upon tbe demorali
zing influence of these people among us in regard
to trade or to morals. Enough has been said to
make tbe wise tremble. Our prison is now filled
to overflowing witb tbe Mongolian element, and
tbe authority of Government in many cases is de
fied by it, and shall we longer look with indiffer
ence upon this tide of heathen invasion, when
even the great nations of tbe Earth are express
ing their uneasiness at the war preparations of
VU11MS, BUU kUB aojuuijr JUVICOOlUg ILULUlgiaUUU Ul
her people into foreign lands? in a lengthy arta
cle on China's war preparations, tbe Pittsburg
jjeader expresses the opinion that there is a real
cause for alarm in Europe, and declares that
tbe conquest of Europe by tbe great Mongolian
nation would not long precede an attempt, at
least, at the conquest of California and of Amer
ica. TO BENT.
FURNISHED ROOM. AT NO. 5 KUKCI
Street. Bent low to permanent parties. aug7 2t
ArODNO (ENG EalSTJ) MAN, AGED 85,
from California, who is a first-class Hostler, wants a
situation as coachman la a private family. Por particulars
apply at No. 80 Hotel street, between Fort and Nnuanu.
Brief Biography sf the Xsmliees.
For the benefit of our readers, who may not
ho.m V- . t r.-pr :i 0 obtain the same from
p: ptr.'.'.tla. we ivea brief biographical
'' ! itiai and Yin-P'
heKl in the coming
THE NEW BRICK BUILDING NOW
being erect! on Fort street, next door to Mr. Thrum's.
Will be let as a whole or In part. Apply to
aog7 2t C. BREWER &. CO.
T1HE REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING
of the Honolulu Library and Reading Room Association
will take place at the Association's Rooms THIS SATURDAY
EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock. A full attendance is desired.
It A. L. SMITH, Sec'y pro tern.
FROM AND AFTER THIS DATE ALL
accounts due Messrs. Grant & Robertson must be paid
at tbe office of TUEO. H. DA VIES-
GRANT & ROBERTSON.
Honolulu, August 7th, 1890. au8 3t
IN RESPONSE TO THE PROPOSED Ac
ceptance of the challenge issued by me to run Baby
Blue, by Mr. Wagner of Wailuku, I wish to state for his
benefit, and the public at Urge, that 100 lbs is the weight
named, but being willing to accommodate, I will call it
CATCH WEIGHT, and it is at his option whether he or any
one else, accepts or not. T. B. McLELI.AN.
Honolulu, August 2, 1880. aug7 It
WaJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
11 (rem and after AUGUST 15th, 1880, Island and local
a rails, plantation orders and accounts drawn on aod payable
oy us, will oe paid at our umce on TUESDAYS and FRI
DAYS only, from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M.
aug7 t II. HACKFKLD Sc CO.
2 rgal &bct1isfmfitfs.
Assets. Angust 1, 1880,
F. S. WINSTON, President
General Agent for the Pacific Coast,
214 SANSOME STREET,
SUPREME COURT OFTHE HAWAIIAN I
Islands, in Probate. Island Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, ss. ,
- In the matter of the Estate of JOSUUA G. DICKSON,
deceased. Order appointing time for probate of will, and di- I
recting publication of notice of the same.
A document, purporting to be the last will and testament of ;
Joshua G. Dickson, deceased, having on the 22d day of July, !
A. D. 1880, been presented to saia rroDaie ioun, ana a pe
tition for the probate tnereoi, ana ior me issuance 01 ieuen
TMtsmentarv to Mrs. laura r. incason ana ram i ai. ia-
mnn. having been filed bv Sam'l M. Damon.
It is hereby ordered, that WEDNESDAY, the 11th day of
August, A D. 1880, at 10 o'clock, A. M. of said day, at tne
Court Room of said Court, at Ahiolani Hale, at Honolulu, be,
and the same is hereby appointed the time for proving said will
and hearing said application, wnen ana wnero aoj person in
terested may appear and contest the said will, and the grant
ing of Letters Testamentary,
if I. further ordered, that notice thereof be given by publi
cation, for three successive weeks, in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser, newspapers printed ana puuunucu m ummmu.
a a I. faith ordered, that citations be issued to the sub
scribing witnesses to said will, and to the heirs of the testator
in Honolulu, to appear ana contest me piwaic i
the time appointed.
Dated Honolulu, H. I, July 22d, 1S80.
Attest : A. ROSA, Justice of the Supreme Court.
Deputy Clerk. )rk M
-.fdrrivtr rnTIRT OP THE HAWAIIAN
s5 Islands. In Probate. In the matter of the Estate of
JAMES MAKES, late of Honolulu, deceased. At Chambers,
Kofo nf inniim Jndd. Order of Notice of Petition for
iinorrua nf amvnmt. discharge, and final distribution of
n rMn and fllinr the Detition and accounts of W. O.
Smith aievanrier J Csj-twrisht and V. a. MaKfe, executors
of the' Estate of James Makee, bite of Honolulu, deceased.
herein thev a air tn ba allowed S71.2S1.1S. and charge them
selves with $71,251.13, and ask that the same may be
examined and approved, and that a final order may be
made of distribution of the property remaining in their hands
to the persons thereto entitled, and discharging tueui aw
their sureties from all further responsibility as such Executors.
It is ordered, that TUESDAY, the 24th day of August, A. D.
1880, at 10 o'clock A. M., before the said Justice, at Chambers,
in the Court House, at Honolulu, be and the same hereby is
annninted am the time and nlace for hearine said petition and
accounts, and that all persona interested may then and there
appear and show cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, and may present evidence as to wnoare
entitled to the said property. And that this order, in the
English language, be published in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser newspaper, printed and puousnea in tionoiuiu,
for three successive weeks previous to the time therein ap
pointed ior said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu. II. I., this 23d day of July, A. D. 1880.
A. FRANCIS JUDD,
Attest : A. KOSA, Justice of the Supreme Court.
Deputy Clerk. jyz Jt
TWEV m Hal
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ex Late Arrivals, and Keep on Hand
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF STATION
Legal, Fools Cap,
Letter, Note, Bill,
, Wedding, Mourning,
Drawing, Press Copy.
Tissue, and Music Paper,
Wedding, and Mourning
Gammed and Shipping Tats
Pencil and Ink Erasers '
Letter Clips, '
..trr ana ,nT0jra
Standing and H
Water Bowls. Conviner Brashes. Pen Backs. Dividers. Pacer and Ports
Ruling: and Dotting: Pens, Lead Pencils. Fens and Holders. Plavicp- ..n
Visiting Cards, Check Protectors. Cash Boxes, Paper Weights,
Letter Scales, Twine, Tracing Cloth, American and
Hawaiian Flags, Flat Bound and
A Fine Assortment of Ledgers, -Journals, ftecoi
CASH AND DAY BOOKS.
and Drawing Bogku, fw
Memorandum, Pass, Index,
Time, Receipt, Note,
,P T nrrA, J H ! T 1 TXT.' 11 1, TT J A -rs.
UUI OLUUK. UL JJCLLCl ttLLU -LUVUlUc UUplilg X)UUKS VV 111 UB LLULUl UJ
ALSO, A SPLENDID LOT OF
Letter Copying1 Presses,
O- BESIDES NUMEROUS OTHER ARTICLES FOUND IN A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY BTORB.j
FURNISHED ROOM AT Ne. SO
I1ERETANIA STREET. Also stabling for horse.
BINDING OF ALL DESCRIPTION
Done at the Most Reasonable Kates.
This Corporation, organized in 1843, for the purpose of in
suring lives, is conducted solely in the interest of its policy
holders, whom, in their collective capacity, belong its entire
assets. All the profits are divided among them, and there are
no stockholders to control the Company or to take any por
tion of its surplus.
Tht Company Ion since attained and now holds the fore
most place among Life Insurance Institutions of the world.
Its unprecedented success, since its organization to tbe pres
ent tine, is attributable to it ureal care In neleclion
of risk. Ita grral care in inTeatment of
fa as1 a. economy in expenae (less than those of any
other Company) and il unswerving fidelity to the
interest of ita policy-holders. Its assets are larger.
snrplis greater, premiums lower and dividends higher in pro
portion than those or any other company, xne magnitude or
its besiness proves that it enjoys the confidence of the people.
It detls only in legitimate Lite Insurance, and will not Issue
Ton tbe policies.
Beyond and above all the liabilities, computed by the New
York legal standard, it has a surplus fund exceeding Eleven
Millicns of Dollars.
Tht Company has paid to its policy-holders;
Since its organization $149,662,146 76
And caring tbe year 1879 14,015.655 48
Of which $80,000 has been paid to Clai
ments for losses in the Hawaiian
The Company presents to those reeding insurance a securi
ty nnequaled by any similar institution. It has never disput
ed a claim which was shown to be just aod right, and has
carefully sought and practice the most equitable systems for
the division of tbe surplus and ror discriminating between the
varied interests of its many members.
The Rates for Life Insurance in this Com
pany were reduced 15 per cent in 1879.
Insurance affording the most ample and complete financial
security, can be procured at reduced rates. For information
and terms apply to
SAM'L C. WILDER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
COUNEIt FORT Sfc QUEEN TS.
DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
from this Kiogdom, my wife, Mrs. J. A. Mackay, will
act for me in all matters of business.
Honolulu, July 29. 1880.
THE BOOM OVER,
mTOTlCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MY
ll wife, WAHINKAEA PETERSON, having left my bed
and board, I will not pay any bills of her contracting from and
after this date. wiutiui,Ajs I'tir-iiauw.
July 28, 1880. jy31 3t
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS KINGDOM,
Mr. Thomas Rain Walker and Mr. Richard Williams
Janion will act for me under joint power of attorney.
Mr. George H. Luce Jr., is authorized to sign my name by
procuration. xueu. 11. da v uses.
Honolulu, July 31st, 1880.
MX NEW, FANCY BILLIARD TABLE.
Jrm. latest style, with a complete outfit; size, 4J x 9 feet.
To be sold below cost price. Table can be seen on application
to Mr. CHRIS. GEBTZ, No. 80 Fort street. jy31 Zt
IK ACCORDANCE WITH THE PRO-
M. visions of the law in relation to Labor Contracts, I have
appointed MR. F. WUNDENBERG to act as my deputy dur
ing my temporary absence from this city.
CHARLES T. GULICK,
Agent to take acknowledgments to Contracts lor Labor in the
District ol Kona, uabn. jym at
mHESALEOFTIIE ESTATE OF CIIAS.
JL KANAINA, deceased, advertised to take place ON
SATURDAY. April 3d. 1880. IS HEREBY POST
PONED. Due public notice will be given when said sale
will take place.
W. C. PARKE,
Administrator Estate of C. Kanaina.
Honolulu, March 27th, 1880. mar27 If
The Daily Increase in the Price of
DRY GOODS, GENTS' FURNISHING Cl
FANCY GOODS, GENTS' HATS AND CAPS,
WI I. ILa Ea 1 US 12Z 1& IT I
Is at length over, and we have taken advantage of the lull in the market and purchasd
accordingly, ine assortment is complete in every .respect. We will merely
quote but a few prices in each department, showing you the
BARGAINS you will obtain by trading with US.
10 yds best calico
10 yls fine cotton
10 yds brown sheeting..
1 full pee mosquito net..
.... 1 00
.... 1 00
.... 1 00
1 ladles' fine white skirt with ruffle.. ..$1 00
6 yds best white pique 1 00
Good ostrich feathers... 0J
MILLINERY AT HALF PRICE .liVE&tESi
GOODS received on this steamer.
L.L PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARNED
against snooting or Catching Wild Cattle or Horses on
the premises known as Kaupakuea, Makahanaloa and Pepee-
keo, District ol II Uo, island of Ita wan, from and after this date.
Ililo, Hawaii, May 7th, 1880. my8 6m
SAT HUD A Y, A UGUST 7.
A short time since a couple of paragraph re
Hectics upon the action of the eigners of a me
morial to tbe King, through ao entire mistake,
were passed through our copj drawer and ap
peared in oar print. We had thought that the
general tone of oar articles would have safficient-
Ij indicated oar non-endorsement of the views
there upraised to eatufied unbiased minds.
Such seems to bare been generally the case, nev
ertheless we deem it opportune that such an ex
planation should be made, in order to avoid any
accusation of want of consistency on our part,
as well as to positively aseure the tery respecta
ble signers of the document referred to that we do
not entertain such views, and never bare.
VTz ca.nsot pass unnoticed the very manly
stand taien by tbe Minister of the Interior in
Vice-President, is the son of a Baptist Clergy
man, was born at Lansingburg, N. Y., and la
fiftyyearsold. lie is a grad uate of Union Col lege,
Schenectady, and was admitted to tbe bar in
1851. In 1871 he w&a nnnnlnt1 rVilWtn nf tti
pposition to the Chinese steamer subsidy, and port of New York br President Grmnr. hnt in
to the opium bill, as measures which would in- I isra .a. u. n :J.
i - " ikujwicu it t xceiueufc uavea. neanK
he differed with the Administration in regard to
of the business of tbe office.
Chairman of the Republican
in 1879, and still bolds that
: ,-r.;0. nominated ?r tLe
Icublican r:: 'id.-.N?
for ita PrctiiJency, is a r-presentatire in Con
gress irorn the Nineteenth District of Ohio, and
eitor-f-!ect io Tbarmane place. lie waa born
la Oracle. Cuyaho ccur ty, O., on the 19th of
NraLer, lcCl and is a graduate of Williams
College, ilaas. lie subsequently studied law,
and in 1859 became a member of tbe Ohio State
Senate. During the Ciril War be entered the
Union Army as Colonel of tbe Forty-second regi
ment, Ohio Volunteers, and was afterward pro
moted to the rank of Brigadier-General; and
later still received a commission as Major General
of Volunteers for gallant and meritorious eerrices
in the battle of ChIeVa.ma.rJtr. Tonn
o i CEV
Garfield has since been repeatedly elected to Con- I A Apply to
gress, and is said to be one of the wisest and
ablest men in that distinguished body, and an I MT C. JONES is MY attorney in
acknowledged leader of the Republican party. TT m &Vs&lBsiom-
Chester A. Arthur, Republican nominee for
DURING MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
Iron this Kingdom, MR. CIIAS. HEUSTACK will act
for me in all matters of business, under power of Attorney.
B. F. BOLLfcS.
Honolulu, July 31, 1880. aug7
TaURlNG MY TEMPORARY ABSENCE
MJf from this Kingdom, my son, X. R. LUCAS, will act for
me in all business transactions, under toll power of attorney.
STRAYED 0E STOLEN!
FROM THE HAWAIIAN HOTEL.
stablea, on tbe night ot Tuesday, August 2d, a
Dappled Grey Gelding, with light mane and tail :
height about 14i bands t shod all round. Anr one
returning the same to keeper of Hawaiian Hotel Stables will
be suitably rewarded. aug7 It
CENTRALLY LOCATED HOUSE.
ayza trj A. McWAYXK.
T IS IMPOSSIBLE TO SAY TOO MUCH
in praise of this good old standard Family Medicine.
It cannot be too highly recommended, as it is trulv a
Marvel of I he Age, and no household should be
Without it. It prevents as well as cures Ski u DIaenaea.
Goal, Rbenmalimn, Gravel and all Hlilnrr
Diaenaea. AflVctetl Lirer. Headache. Nauara,
Bile. Wind. Indigeaiion. Connlipuiion. (
era and Ague. Meeplcaaneas. Lamilude,
foul Breath, and every disease brought on or aggra
vated by a disordered stomach.
It purifies the Blood, Cleanses the Stomach and Bowels,
and gives the whole system a Healthy and Delightful Tone
There never was a medicine for the Nursery equal to it, and
being composed of Herbs only, it can be given safely to in
fants. It is a triumph in medicine harmless, yet efficacious,
Invaluable in the family, on the road, at sea, and everywhere.
For sale by all Druggists, and at wholesale by
oive toe rum or tbe country, and tend to the
frustration of i:s independence. Neither can we
pass unnoticed the vicious principles advocated
by another Minister in opposition to the views ol
his colleagues, and his very unmannerly conduct
before tbe liouse, when discussing tbe question
of the Chinese subsidy. Tbe dignity or force of
Government can never be upheld, excepting by
the appointment of men who possess, in addition
to intelligence, a character also for probity and
moral courage, sufficient to sustain them against
the wrong persuasions of friends and tbe threats
Wi crrrjfATXD last week that the passage of
the Chinese Steamship Subsidy was procured,
according to popular rumor, by corruption, or,
to put it plainly, by open and wholesale bribery..
Tbe names of the parties concerned, and tbe
amounts of money reported to bave been distrib
uted, are not now specified, as a thorough invest
igation of the whole subject, which will crobablv
be undertaken by competent parties, might make
any present exposure premature. The indigna
tion of the public at tbe part played by a certain
impecunious adventurer in tbe case is great, and
is Dot likely to be easily smoothed over. His
boasted power to oust tbe Ministry, and bis as
sumption of prescience in regard toEegalacts
may satisfy bis own egotiam, but will never en
hance tbe brilliance of his fame, or add one tittle
to his inflaence. He has been measured by a
discriminating community, and their estimate of
iiim is small, notwithstanding his all edged con
nection with distinguished people of other lands ;
and fJxs pablio will be heartily glad at the oppor
tunity io bid tlm an everlasting farewell.
lie was elected
General Hancock, tbe Democratic Presidential
nominee, was born in Montgomery County, Penn
sylvania, Feb. 14, 1824, graduated at West
Point in 1844, served in tbe Mexican war, and
on frontier duty until tbe outbreak of the rebel
lion. In 1861 he was made Brigadier-General of
Volunteers, and soon after Major-General. lie
was engaged in tbe battles of Antietam, Fred
ericksburg and Gettysburg, in tbe latter of which
he was severely wounded. In 1868 be was a
candidate for tbe Presidency, but was beaten bv
William U. English of Indiana, Democratic
nominee for. tbe Vice-Presidency, was born in
Scott county, Indiana, August 27tb, 1823. lie
received a good common school education, and
passed three years at the Univereitr of South
Hanover. lie was admitted to tbe bar in 1846,
but neglected bis profession for tbe pursuit of
agriculture. lie was elected Clerk of tbe House
of Representatives in Indiana in 1843, and was
Clerk in tbe Treasury Department of Washing
ton from 1844 to 1848. jn 1852 be waa elected
a representative to tbe thirty-third Congress, and
re-elected in 1854. He again went to Congress
in 1859, serving until the close of tbe session.
Publisher Jt Proprietor of (be Hawaiian Statistical & Com
mercial directory Tourist UukIc
Honolulu, July 23. 1880. Jv24 3t
Ukum UAVISO CATTLE IN LOTS
av oi vom xu mi ,wu ana aesinng; to sell the same, will find
The Violin Taught.
AVRi CIIAS. II. HEINSEN. PROPEUfiR
UM. OP MUSIC, respectfully informs the public in general
that be is prepared to G Ive laaf rnetiaaa mmm
v sous, may oe seen iron li to l, to 6, or in tbe evening
rKocriug s iovs aiore, no. lung street. jy24 lm
FOR BENT !
UOUSB AND LOT ON KING STREET.
Am. uvujM cniuarr;, ivrinrnj occupied vy J. t. YY il-
usiiiis. yyj to
j24 4t CECIL BROWN,
Consulate of Portugal. '.
Ill X1IE MATTER OP THE ESTATE
Of MANUEL FRANCISCO, deceued. All nrraon.
umwuix tuuuii against ine estate ci the above-named de
ceased, are requested to present the same to the undersigned
witnia six months, or they will be forever barred t and all
persons Indebted to said estate are requested to settle the same
wiuuroi ueiay. J A SON PEKK Y,
Honolulu, July 20, 1880. jy24 Zt Consul for Portugal.
MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF SALE.
f3r DIRECTION OF C.E. RICHARDSON.
aw me mortgagee named In a certain indenture of mortgage
dated January 4, 1878, made by O. K. Hapai to the said C. E.
nituaruson, am airectea to sen at fubbc Auction, on
Saturday, : : : August 28th, 1880
a ii mac certain piece or parcel of land situate in tne town of
dim, ana oeing tne same premises occupied by tbe said C. K.
vL tmU 'ewdence, together with the improvements
For further particulars enquired of
Aactioneer, Ililo, Hawaii.
Just Received by
L. G. SRESOVICH & CO.,
QUEEN ST., OPPOSITE BREWER Si. CO
RE FRIGE RATORS
Just Received and For Sale by
Iilliii-luriii Ac Co.,
37 FORT STREET.
ML LL CHANGES IN BUSINESS OR RESI-
dence. to secure insertion in the Hawaiian Sta
tiHtirnl Directory aurt TonriMta Guide, should
be addressed to GEORGE BOWSER,
my29 P. O. Box 176, Honolulu.
ML LL PERSONS A It K NOTIFIED NOT
JkY to enter on the lands of KAWAILOA and LAHULU,
in Uaialua, Island of Oahu, without the consent of the
undersigned. All dogs found In Baid lands will be f hot; and
all persons having right to pasture animals in said lands shall
deliver them first to the uniersiKeri (JAJI'ER PILVA.
Dated. Wainlua. July 13, 18S0 jyl7 lm
ALL THOSE WHO HAVE NOT COM
plied with the Military Law, and deserters fn m the
Army, Navy and Mercantile Marine are hereby summoned to
present themselves at the French Consulate at Honolulu, to
mane tneir suDmission and avail themselves or the Ueneral
Amnesty accorded by the Law of 18th March, 1880.
Honolulu, June 2tith. 1880.
J. R ATARI),
jy3 The Acting Commissioner for France.
SPECIAL NOTICE. .
riMIE PUBLIC ARE RESPECTFULLY
I informed that in furtherance of an expressed desire, the
Proprietor ol the Hawaiian Hotel has concluded to hereafter
conduct the Hotel on the European Plan, and the public will
be accommodated on this basis on and alter the first day of
August, issu. special attention will be given te the cuisine.
wnicn win ie under tne supervision or two noted caterers.
itiessrs. ixmis Kicne ana John Adamith, late or the Maison
Do re, San Francisco. jy24 lm
WET SALT HIDES. SHEEP AMI GOAT
Skins, for which the higheRt Cash Price will be paid.
P. O. BOX 49. UUGn MACKAY.
jy3 Proprietor Honolulu Tannery, Kohololoa.
TROTTING STALLION KING WILLIAM
WILL STAND FOR A FEW
mares, at reasonable figures, up to August 1st.
For further particulars, apply at the
jy3 Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
M.Mai.m. ueisi ha uiib ricti; ur ..
&jt Property situate in Nuuanu Avenue, opposite aflVa
r- the residences of John U. Paty, Esq., and B F.
Holies, Enq., and having a frontage on the Avenue of about
200 feet. Title perfect.
For further particulars inquire of
jy3 6t ' CECIL BROWN.
TAX ASSESSOR'S NOTICE.
UNDER INSTRUCTIONS FROM THE
MINISTER OF FINANCE. I hereby notify all TAX
PAYERS in the District of Honolulu, that where claim is
made for deduction of debt, a schedule of the debts, and to
whom due, must be filed with me, and made part of the
If the Assessment List is not returned to me, on or before
September 1st, 1880, 1 shall proceed to make the same accord
ing to law. v. u. Jbvv, '
Tax Assessor for Honolulu.
Honolulu, July 14th, 188a jyl? 7t
Fancy silk ribbon, from 8c up
Gents' white undershirts .....
Gents' half hose. .
Ladies' Balbriggan bose.
3 pr fine white hose
Ladies', misses' and children's gloves,
from 12Jc up.
Ladies' sun hats
Gents' colored shirts
Gents' linen suits 5 00
Worsted, only 20c per oz.
Children's hand knit jackets 60
Lace tidies, from 20
All colors of worsted fringes, per yd... 16
Ladies' silk ties...................... 126
Good ladies' chemises....... 75
Children's school hats 26
Black gents' bows $ g
Fine ruching. ................ ........ 29
Fine crepe de lees.................... ii
All wool black cashmere 76
8 yds of t he best ginghams I 09
Plain colored ladies' bose 24
Lot of infants' shoes, per pr S5
Ladles' linen collars iq
Five dollar gent hats J oo
Children's lace blba 2ft
Silk veiling, all colors ftg
3-bntton kid gloves........... 1 fro
44utton kid gloves 2 09
6-button kid gloves 2 M
(Warranted to wear).
6 yds good Canton flannel 1 09
The best ladies' merino vests 1 so
Ladies' princess jackets 1 7
O We will add in conclusion that If you wish
are positive that the CALIFORNIA ONE
to purchase good goods at the lowest possible prices, call uuon St. krm
Is thn place for you lo Trak
Bee to Auuouuoo to tlio
Have Opened in the City of San Francisco,
SOS. 409 AND 411 FRONT STREET.
Under the Firm ISJame of
JZL. 1ST BROTHER
Thanking the Public for Their Patronage During the Past Thirteen
Years, we Would Solicit Their Favors
my 15 3m
of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
ADVE RTISE IV1EWT.
MIIE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO FORK Ex
isting between J. S. Walker, Z. S. Spalding and Wm. G.
Irwin, under the firm name cf WM. G. IRWIN & Co., is this
day dissolved by mutual coosent. All liabilities will be as
sumed and indebtedness collected by Wm. G. Irwin, who
alone is authorized to sign the firm name in settlement of its
a&airs. J. . WALKER,
Z S. SPALDING,
WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, II. I., July 1st, 1880. -
. ON A
Sandwich Island Sheep or Goat Ranch.
Buy or Sell Good time coming.
A small potato.
Reference Other mens' property.
Junket for some one.
August 6th, 1830. faug7 It NUX VOMICA.
Or K. FKEdTOX,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
Yesteedat TUX Ten Million Dollar Loan Bill
finally defeated a tbe House by a Tote of 20
ia faror to 23 swriinat. Tbe country t&a reaaon
t tlra t. 1-1-2 trt;t:!i c' u!!cf ? H-- r-v-Ti, T
J.I i3rvire h.: J Ik calk.i tic b.ll io lucrl-
the ;;rxu2n IsnJ to t. sines ixsra-
bi:! full of y;itjin:'.; nr
CHINESE PB0SPECT8 IH HAWAII.
Fr many years this journal has persistentl?
expressed a belief in tbe suicidal nature of tbe
policy adopted by Government in encouraging
tbo introduction of Chinese; and for many yean
tbe fermentation of bitter opposition anions capi
talists to oar views vaj tha on! result of the ex. j
preerioa of boneat lentlmeat and Lira cootie tioo f
cf r enr jcrt. 'Bat, tiw- rrmed W a a aer j
ra! yeara Blare, a.x1 wh-c . :.,r Wt, b!d to
agaiust Of position, end at t:2. ugrjuft or owj. ,
pvni.Iarjr i'.ferfW, fi-.v Nvi.u. Kes v1 !? '
A. Tramp Abroad
BY MARK TWAIN.
We are ready to receive orders lor the above Book.
Ml WHITNEY 4- R0BERR30N.
Guests Entertained on Either
the American or Europeii
If an AdjanAt to the KoUl
..Twc Yol!sr and j na'f per dy j
it-Ku ib boa. 4.
IN VIEW OP TUB Of THE POSSIBLE
withdrawal of the Treaty between this Government and
Uncle Sam, I have Imported a large invoice of choice Cigars
direct from the factory (New York), manufactured from the
. ! . Tncnrstli-TH. Hev Tiiac-: . T ! t- fVe
l.J.e eAry terms, qoiat.:; t" 1 .. - is t?;r r? t;u-i. !
AImm haml Chewing- 1 c:- brvnt.V I
Smskisj Ttfbncrs -. .i, , "ui. '
The l'arkaai Rail ;.fired in caovis foiutj, Vaity
Fair in ail Hi. L'nel rd w:ti Cil June pipe witb
tzkt weed, hiia I -omr Jack ? -ofcs ou aiili o wile of pi'.f. j
because you uo not pn-u-r him
tk.r.,'1 tlref'iig. Tbe Altar sf li 'kmiU nt lie f..; -fcOUu
loz home s lOkii !;, am last tm U-t Marrkam1!
I r I Hit (HJ I' 1 . .MnV nni.hifiv InW
per dsjr j xije be-. I, as ia f crin!ur , r- iv... -
Notice of Partnership.
CL.AUS SI'RECKKLS iiud WM. G. IR.
WIN bave this day formed a Co-Partnership for the
purpose of carrying on business as sugar Factors and Commis
sion Agents, under the firm name of WM. G. IRWIN b CO.
Mr Claus Ppreckels' liability in the firm is limited to the
sum of One Hundred Thousand Dollars.
Signed CI.AU8 SPECK ELS,
feigned J WM. G. IRWIN.
Honolulu, July 1. 1S80. jy3
L. G. SRESOVICH & CO.,
Importers &c Dealers in
Cal. Fresh & Dried Fruits & Produce
No. 37, Queen street, opposite C. Brewer & Co.
A SUPPLY OP FRESH A PPLES, PKACHE8,
a at Apricots. Plums. Hartlett Fears, t, rapes, sc., also,
L.AKUC EASTERN OVSTtRS IN SHELL, will he received
by the steamer Australia, from San Francisco, next week.
All goods sold guaranteed souod.
IT" Give us a call and see for yourae ves. jy31
Grand Opening !
Grand Opening ! !
HAVING PURCHASED THE ENTIRE
Stock of Messrs. Grant dc Robertson, and having leased
the premises recently occupied by them, at tbe corner of fort
and Hotel stretts, beg to announce that the said store was
RE-OPENED ON SATURDAY,
July 31st, with a complete assortment of
' A 11 of which Will be sold at the
i'jowowt possible Jlatoa
6 Young, Thoroughbred
Can be seen at the
Hawaiian Hotel Stables,
By applying to MR. THOMAS MtCLELUMD.
The attention of
Planters and Ranch Owners
Is called to these really flue animals, which will be
Sold at a GEEAT BARGAIN.
Catalogues giving Pedigrees will be shown to
Barks Discovery and Eureka,
70 HEAD FINE
20 HEAD SUPERIOR
Driving and Riding Horses,
Which wiU be offered
Immediately on. arrival.
ID For particulars, apply to
JOHN BOWLER & CO.,
Ornamental & Stucco Plasterers.
Artlfitlal Stone Sldcw.lLs Laid,
irmentlis; Ii a u B1
Asbestos Steam Pipe ai '
Done in the best manner aod rv
. 1 1 :
e . -ftii sorkmsa
Ail of the Slock now on hand wDI be
So!d ax ? Grec-tt Hociuction
W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Agents for Uovoley liron. jyjQ
(11 II : ! Wt
C 11 J.irt.1
l,- to refer tar
i. . o. u.
' k:..? Mi I, Fort it
As to ability to perform work I .
public generally to tbe residence
II. II. Ruth Keelikolaoi and Ho
CT Leave Orders at S. D. Ba ' i
. Quia ij,'
NEW MltUHSfiV 20008
Mrs. L. J. .Vv'liJicomb,
NOW Ci'' FVKRS
Her New am' f no: or
all or ruis-
Latest Styles ax tl T '.lUern" -
AT IIEK RESIj'U!, (jp lt;r,),
No. 92. Kiner Street. Honolliff
D Hata aod Bonne Tltntiti iii Lv'it
and a . .
General Hillinery Eliiicm tiatttct4
C r ; r,
' i r
CROWELL'S SUPERIQ?, GINGER BEER !
r MI K MANUFAt'TDRER O? THIS LK
b" tJt-l10V? fVERAQB u& aS method of inbrnS
His Irlends and the public generally, that be has fitted op and
opened an elegant little place on Hotel Street, next door (but
S)J2,1?S'V.MiIi" I'Uchel's, for the aale of Bnperlor
GINGKR POP. either by the glass, bottle, or dosen of
o. 'i ue I'Hlvf '; . .-ttii.wnti many others will aiwaya
vts bk;. i ..: us fvij ;nir Ivwr, fkufd Water, oi
.rug:i4, .r ia tV 'clebr.vi Kalaknua or Ice Cixtm
l'n.., tiCUBJi ;.r.ger Air. ly-n ouwi-;. Cirais. CJf
sr-ttT, ro!,."co, "te. Vtu-u y ;n Mi mr-y, W giv j iuc
Per City of Hadild,
. - Per City
... , f Ji "f, evjki do. fin