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TDK sTArjcn SCHOONER
? 8 TONS REGISTER,
3uilt by D. Foster & Co. The Warwick is
I well found and ready for sea.
tot ft user partita tare, apply to
ifU JACOB BROWS, Tuj Pel.
' a. e. alias.
a. r. auaisaos.
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tTROBIlU'!t WIIAKF. UGALKRHIk
. k LCMBKBaJHl all stnde BlILOINQ MATKRlALS
ticts. Otto, Sails, Ac-, Ae.
lira roa acaooiias
' MART ILLS',
( FAIAT QCAEN.
; ' ' CILAMA,
Heaeiele. Heweliaa Ilaa4e.
1 OSO Jed.eaal Diatrtet, Hewauaa lela ls.
Tiaiae ESTATE Of CHARLES C. AM NET. ST Wairho.
t Oa readme bb4 lllaf las pMilioo of Tfcae. W. eu. the
tdaaifauetaeeeatfef Cbarlae C. Aaary, of Waiaeu.
iaoi, deceae-4. aaklaf that Ala eecoaata aa Aaar -SHralae a
add appeared j taa Be be tfiacharr. sad Uw property
4)arifceied la la Beers. .......
It la ordered Ual M 0.1 OAT. Oct. lin, 1440, at 1 P. M., at
ik Ceart Houaa ha Waitak. taMutta tieae aad phn for
Vertae aald patickoa and ear abcctiaa that My ba offered
Errata; aad mO persona icm la Mid estate are hereby
sauAed la euead- ABR. fOBSANDKR,
Clrcall Jedfe, 3d Jadldal District. B. I.
T-Sept. 14tA. IMP. aw
WJI VIRTUE OP A WRIT OP EXECL'.
L TTO 31 leaned eat o4 &e Sos reave Coaft of taw aad
equity ef le lieaaiiaa lata ode, aa the 84 day at Aarot, A.
. A. is, aeaereia Joka S- lecerew la a la be, and Tbaanea
epeocer, Andrew Weteh, WUliasae. Slaaebant Ac Co . B bop
di Ca , and 0o. W. Macfertaae are defendants Lc tile aoja oil
t"JW 44, principal aad Interest, aod a fa nan Mm of $44
'.jt aoau of Coart, 1 shall rxpoaa iuc nk at U
'EOHT DOOR OF AUIOLANI HALE,
AT 12 O'CUH'K XOO.V, O.V
Saturday, 9th day of October next,
, , all taa proporty of la Mtd TaoaMa Sprarrr, kacwa aa taa
vtuMVmd la U aiatrlet of Hilo. Island of Haaail, aod coat.
'11atsc (A foUowiaf laadi, T1B: , ' , i .
111.-All that pieca or parcel of laod ailoalad lo Hilo, Ha
waii, cootalaiof 193-100 mcrea, aaora partleaUrly deaerib-
ad to Royal Paint Ma. 4 to B. Fit man, and by daed tnm
? Mid riuaaa to Mid tyumtrnt by dacd daud Jaaaarj lit,
1M1, aad tarld toUbar Kl, pagea 83i-t and t i t J
9iL Am that pkoe of laad aitaata la Uilo, coataialar aa
area at la-IOQ aarea, aad ai era parUealarly daacribed la a
ttrrd (root II. M. KaatrbaoMba IV lo B. PUaaaa. on tac
Sila day of Bpunber. 1!M0, aad recorded la Liber 13,
' ' &aa f72 aad 273. aod coareyed by Mid Pitman to aald
apacar by dead datrd Janaary lt, 1M1, aad recorded la
Libel IS, patra 3B4- aad a. , jit- t i , f J
r ,dU All Ual pieca of laad, eonalatlnf of la pareeU, it-
aata la Poaeo, Uilo, Hawaii, coatalaiof aa area of lei 4-10
acraa. atara ar krea, aa Mrrayad by T. Metcalf, fraated to
tba aald B. PHana by Royal Patent Na. 3, aod by Mid
flunaa coaTayrd la Mid Spencer fey daed dated Janaary
lat, aad recorded la Liber 13, nafea S84-A aad
4 tb. II laat lo aiacM at laad itoalad la Paaro, llaaail,
eoatilainy 31Uf acrea, aaora or kna, tba boondarira of
j vbicfe ara dearribad in. Rayai Patent Na iti to B. Pitman,
aad by Mid PUmaa eoareyed to Mid Bpeocer by deed da
ted Janaary lat, ISit, aad ranotdaS tat Liber ll, on pafM
J i j
Ab AllUatparcHaf laoj itoatnl la Kona, Hawaii, con
lainiaf aa area of 333 91-100 acres, and more parUealarly
i deacnaad la a dead of aoareyaoea from aald Pitman, aa
! t Jaaoary lat, ISfll, and recorded la Liber 13, oa parrs
.Sla.-AI tbat alraaat' mad aitaata ia PUaonaa.Biio.fia-
waU, caalaining il-luo acres, aa deacribed ia a deed from
Mid PWavan to Mid fpeneer. dated Janaary lat, 1ML, aad
recorded in Liber 13, oa parrs 384-A aad A.
lib AB taat place of land aUaated la Pliboaaa, BUo, Ua-
ail, coaiaiaiac aa area at 12-64 of aa acre, aad mora
partieaJarty deacribed la a dead froaa Mid PUmaa to Mid
apeocer. Dated Janaary lit. 1M1. aad recorded In Liber
li, oa paae Sas-A aad A . s j . , , i
I 8 tkw AU taa! pieca of land aitaata la Hilo, Hawaii, contain-
' lag 9-300 of aa acre or 8014 feet, aaora or leas, aa deaeribed
l laa dead front A Pobana aad liana, bia alia, lo audi Pit-
aaaa, and recorded la Liber 14, an pages f aad AV-
f uia aa ana of 43-100 of aa acre, ia a deed from Mid Pit-
O.K. a Ik.l .Um a! Unit ail.ii. Im ttlLi 17 . v. I Mnlalil.
inaa la avid Spencer, dated April lOtn, 1M1, aad recorded
la Liber 14, oa pagta 4T aad 44. , .
lOlbv AS tbat pieca of mad aitaata la HUo, Hawaii, coa
, taumaa; aa stm etf 444 kO-100 mlboma. and by deed from
I RaaAJn Kai aad Lakla Haaa la tba Mid Pitman, aa ra
t cardad ia L4mr 14, pagsa VM aad S3A. ,
ta AS that portion af tba Aaapoaa ef Poaea, conveyed
. ar tba CuaiaiamiMian of Crosra Lands lo aaid Bpeacer by
: daed dated Aafa 3d. 147S, aad eanbvlaiag aa area of
4. fed asras, mora ar ktaa, aad recorded la Liber 30. parea
film, ABlhaaoeipirod leasee laa mad la Hito, coolaia
, lac S acres aad T rods, by lean Croat Eiiaffaaaicna 111,
Aasavl Jail 1st, 1444, tor M years. y t-
.s - " ifta rrreooal Properly aad Estate of the aald Spea
, car, bl aad an Mid mads, Oooda. Wares aad MercbandiM,
t m ar an any store, bm tiding ar baildiaf, ho I or bouses,
as any part Utereof fee Ua porposa af sale or otheralae.
4, laa AS Baildlnca. MUm. Water Whaem. Macklnery. Ulea
. alia, Varanat Paaa, Ciartnera, Caoiera, Ceatrifugais, Tools
aad iKpteoseaia sent la laa manufacture of taerar. Cat
Ua.Uarses, males, W agooa. Carta, Uararae, Tote. Plows,
Cbaine of ssary aaaaa aad daaciipUnoa baioogiag to tba
Mid Taomaa Speacar, ar na aayvma appartainlag to or
canoactad wub laa aaid apencar I afar piaacatioa, ailaa
md oa tba abeea daacrihal pramlaaa, aad In vhtck tba
aid Tan am a Hpeacar baa aay ngat. title, ialareat or ea
AS crops af Sugar Cane growiag a poo aaid lands, and
atiaUBtt La oawt af 14 acres aaw nasal Caaa. to coma oaT
Xaaaatbar, 1ML. SO aerea aew piaal Caaa ta coma oft
aber. ItSO. aad Id acrea ttatlons la coma off in
laarea. 1441. la addiikm to which 210 acraa of plant Caaa
b cease aft la 1441. to be groand at tbe Mill oa half
' 1 ' ' anaiae. ar a total ef 434 acres ef Caaa now growing on the
i,n4 CoJaaa aaid Jadgmeat, Intareat and expeoMS be
. . . . i -The
aboee property m Mbject la a charge of $1,400 per aa
asm to tbe wim of tbe said Thomas Spencer.
The mta af laad aitaated ia Hilo are esJaable, baring etoree
tad OvvUiaga tberana. and are now prodocing a
Bental about e$l,500 Per Annum.
, I Tat laftBd are CASH aad Drada at 'the eapetma ei Ue
Aey awther mfcrmatioa 0I be farniahed oa application lo
tL W. MACFARLANB CO., or to
I W. '. PARK SC. ManhaL
UeooiiUo. iMut 1Mb, 1S30. aal4 Si
AX BIAHT PAQE QUARTO IN BOTH L ANCUACM.
The Moat Popular Paper in the
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, 9000 Coy ire iasaid, and the demand iocrcaalng.
I Haa report of " Oar Ckarcbes " la Hoaoiaka, with InureatiDg
! Society Ureas. Mend lor a specimen copy.
jaml tba paper ibr adrerUeere aa Ua circalatre among both
llawaiiaoa aad forrigaera.
GT Only 0HE DOLLAR for Six Honths.
Waitaey 4$ Robertaon, ar T. O. Thraoi will receir yoor order
j feod Cash Subscript lues to the PabBeAefa
THE P. C. ADVERTISER CO.
WALTZB 0. peacock;
II Kmabataaatmrn St.
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I Copylstt Accouniani, ana uai-
Bu$inei Promptly Attended tot and
C03CHEE & ACHAT, PEOPELXTOES.
HO. 44. HOTEL STREET, H0.131XUJ.
" The sLarrjest . 1 . 11,1.
Coolest, and -
, , I IV THE CITYe
IIssls s-jrret at all Honrs and no Pains
sor Expense) Spared to Eeep th.4 Table
Supplied with the Best the Zlaiket
Tabla Board Z5 to $6 per Week.
It has pleased His Majesty tbe King to appoint the
following gentlemen member of the Board of Health,
Hla Kxcellency H. A. P. Carter. PreBideut. rice Ilia
Excellency Jno. E. Buab, resigned.
IIJs Excellency J. 8. Walker, vice W. C. Jones, resigned.
Honorable 8. O. Wilder. Tice Honorable W. M. Gibson,
The Board now consists aa follow :
President. Hla Excellency H. A. P. Carter : Hla Excel
lency J. 8. Walter ; Honorable 8. O. Wilder ; Honorable
C. H. Jadd ; Honorable 3. Moantnli.
lolant Palace, Oct. . 1W. 821
Sealed Tenders will be receiYed at the Interior Office
nnUl afonilay, October 11th. at 12 noon, for farniahlng
all or any of the foUowlng Boilding Materials the Oor
eminent may dealra to pure haaa in Hoaolnla for six
roontba from that date.
North-West Timber, per M
Boards and Battens, per M
. North-Weat Tontrnad and Grooved, per U
White Cedar Shlnglea, per 3d
North-West Surfaced, per M
Redwood Hnrfaced, per M
Redwood Tont-ned and Oroo-zed, per M
Kedwood Rustic, per M
Kedwood Bcantllng per Af
Redwood Hcantling, clear, per Af
Redwood Shingles, per Af
Nails and HpiAea. per keg
Bricka, Lime, Cement.
H. A. P. CARTER. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. October 4. 1S80. 021
I have appointed Hon. Pact. P. Kaxoa aa acting Gov-
of Kanal daring my absence, . .
F. W. BECKI.EY. Governor of Kauai
Sept. 9th, lat-0. .418
It haa pleased Hla Majeaty the King to appoint the fol
lowing gentlemen to be members of hla Cabinet : Hla
Ex. W. L. Green to be Minister of Foreign Affairs, re-appointed.
HI Ex. H. A. P. Carter to be Minister of the
Interior, vice Hla Ex. John E. Bosh, resigned. Hon. 7. 8
Walker to be Minister of finance, vice Hla Ex. M. Knaea,
resigned. Hon. J. 8. Walker to be Attorney General,
ad Interim, vice Hla Ex. W. C. Jonee, resigned.
lolanl Palace, September rrth,
It haa pleaaed His Majesty the King to appoint Hon. W.
I. Gazxa MixOster of Foreaga Affairs. . ,
lolanl Palace, Sept. 33d. 10. ae25
HU Excellency W. C. Jorza having resigned the'Tort
foilo of Attorney General, it haa pleaaed Hie Majeaty the
King to re-eommilan" him (ad Interim) "to that office.
. lolanl Palace, Bept 23d. ISaO.
Ma. D. MaKaxra has this day been appointed Boad Su
pervisor for the District of Hanalei, Island of Kauai, vice
C. Bertleaiana, raalgned.
JNO. E. BUSH, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 11th, 1889. - " t ' ae2S
Ma Caaa. Wn.limi haa thla day been appointed Road.
Snpervlaor for toe Oiatriet Of Hamakoa, blandof Hawaii,
vice W. li. Klckard. resigned.
JNO. E. BCSH. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. 8epL 20th, 1880. e25
t i - 1 ' 11 ' i -
Ma. Caaa. L. Huraixs haa thla day been appointed an
Agent to take Acknowledgmenta to. Con tracts for Labor
in the Dlabict of North Koliala. Island of Hawaii. ;
- - -w . jjf0 E BTTfiH; Mfnleter of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. 20th, 18H0. ae25
Ma. V. C. Borden baa thla day bean appointed an
Agent to take Acknowledgmenta to InaLrnmaiita for the
Dlatrict of Hilo. Island of Hawaii.
THOMAS BROWN. Keglotrax of Conveyances.
Begiatrar Office. Sept. 21at, 18p0.
Approved : Jxo. E. BOB, Minister of the Interior. ee25
Notice to Contractors.
Sealed Proposals will be received np to the 12tb day or
October next, at the office of tbe Miniater of the Interior,
for tbe erection, nniahing and completion of the wood
work aad other worka appertaining thereto together
with the painting, graining and other interior decorations
of the New Palace. . i .
Plana and Specifications, together with all information
required, to be seen and given at the office of C. J. Wall,
Architect, No. 27 Merchant Street.
Proposals for the above-mentioned: worka are to be ad
dreeeed aa each to the Miniater of the Interior.
A Bond is a anm equal to the fall amount of estimate
to accompany each bid ; and the Miniater of the Interior
riaarvea the right to reject all or any blda.
By Order of the Miniater of tbe Interior.
M23 st C. J. WALL, Architect.
Tha fuUowlna persons have been, rommiaeloned aa
Tax Oollectora for the year lftao - " ' - -----
Olio . . J W Keaomakanl
Pane - -J 8 Kalana
Ken . . Henry Martin
nonth Kona - 8 Papanla
North Kona D Makalnal
Booth Kohala R P Knlkahl
North Kohala - J n Robertson
J W Kalna
I.,,. .... A Eornander
Molokai and Lanai
- i ! ! 1 1 i
Ewa and Walanae
Kdolaakiok? -- 1"?--
Lihne w- -
W altar a
OAHU. v , , , ; -
t....George H Lnce
..J M Kapena
KAUAI. " " '
, I H Kapnnlai
J James Buah
...... J Kaklna
. . ....P P Eanoa
..... ..E Kahele
. KCAEA, Minister of Finance.
Licenses Eipiring in October, , 1880.
RETAlLwO A II V:
1 Man Fah, Nuuann atreet,
1 Wong Leon A Co, Nuoann at , , , . rj
t Chaa Faa, Heel a. Koolanpoko, ; : ; t
4 C S Wo C'bong, Nuuann at
4 A W Buah. Fort St
ft Tong Hong A Co, Nuuann at
C Hen Wo Tone. Nuuann at
Ah Ge, Cor Maunakea A Beretanla eta
Wong Kong Kit A Atlna. Hotel et
9 Wilder A Co, Cor Fort A Queen ate
10 E O Hall A Bon. Cor Fort A King ate
10 E Hodman, Merchant at
10 G Alo. Cor Richard A Merchant its
1 Hang Lang Kee A Co, Nnnana st v T ;
' 1 A L Smith, Fort st
15 Chn Kee A Yen Kee, King at. Palauia,
16 Ahfo A Akee. Emma t '
17 J T A H Waterbouae. King at
. TO J Perry. Cor Nnnana A Hotel at
20 E C McCandleea. Flah Market
-J3 N Pbllipa A Co, Kuhumann at
25 J T Waterhonae, Fort st
24 Ah Cba. King at , . .
' 29 J T A H Waterhonae, Onsen st
CC Coleman. King at T '
31 Knm Sal, Maunakea at
Frank Antune, Nnnana at
A 8 Cleenorn A Co, Pnnalnn, Kan
B Ryeruft, Pohoiki. Puna
J R Mille, Honokaa, Hamakua
I. Turner. Waiobiao. Kaa
15 Goo Kim A Co. Honomakaa. N Kohala
20 J F Jordan, runonua. tiito
2ft J Wood. Hilo
M Man Wo, Kapaan. N Kohala
R AST A I Li M A U I.
iManld.Wailaka' ll:; -:;
6 T Ahio, Panwela. Hamaknaloa
10 Antose Femandex, Makawae . I( t . .
14 Chnn Wa A Co. Wairakn
2U Ah bia. Hamakuapoko
24 Alona, Labalna ' 1 -
SI Gee Sing. Walkapu
RET All K A U A I.
27 A pan, Koloa - , ... -
Pahana, Makapala. N Kohala
Ahpaa. Haiawa 1.' -' t,
MaTwo, Kapaan 1 "
Ah Cho. N Kohala, Hawaii .
C C Bennett. Wailuka, Maul "
Kim Sack. Kaiepthi. N Kohala
Akana A Ahai. Honokaa, Hamakna
13 L Afat. Wailakn. Maul
26 Len Hoi A Co. Haiawa, N Kohala
27 P Fernandez. King at, Honolnla J
27 A Cone nee. Kaneohe, Koolaapoka, Oahn
M Ah Qoay, Hilo. Hawaii . . , ;
28 Ab Hok. Hoaomakan, N" Kohala
31 Knm 8aJ. Maunakea at. Honolnla
28 A Walters, Labalna. Maui ;
. ., 1 . - . .JOBBING SPIRIT. ..
9 T Brown. Merchant at. Honolnla
. . . . RETAIL. SPIRIT.
28 J Olds. Cor Nnnana A Hotel it
11 H J Agnew, Hoaolulu, Oaha i t i
1 S W Wflcot. Kauai
2 T W Everett. Maul
S J H Hare. Man!
30 Tong Mook. Tahalna
.. i BILLIARD. :
55 3 T Jordan. Pllhonna, Hilo
1 Nakapoahi, Hilo. Hawaii
f ,! ?
t Kwotag Lang.
'.' W eiinhar. Maul- H
I. ' i t! . .BCTCHERf x tt
1 O Hotter, Hamakna. Hawaii . .
P fUaw. Lahaina. Maul . .
14 J Wood a. N Kohala, Hawaii
18 J Wooda. N Kohala, Hawaii
39 G Waller, King at, Honolola
29 G Walter. Cor Hotel AyIaUA et. Honolnla
, i Bollre A Co. Queen' at. Honoldld 1
4 Cba laa A Co. Nnnana at, Honolnla
v Wilder A Co. Fort et. Honolulu
10 E O Hall A Son. King at, Honolnla
23 C Afong. Naaana at. Honolnla
, . FIRE ARMS.
HOP Wilder- I i "
14 SO Wilder jr
, 14 GK Wilder , f 'i j-. . ,..
' '17 Gy Oomly - -
IT Gay Wodehonae
17 Hay W ode house
Tub following is the translation of an
autograph letter which His Majesty the
King has received from the Prince of Rou
mania, on the occasion of the recognition
of Rounianiaas an independent State by
the European Powers:
Sik and Brother: Ronmanla having
solemnly proclaimed her independence as
a Free and Sovereign State daring the war
of 1877-78, and that Act having been sane
tioned by the Treaty of Berlin and reo
ognized by all the Powers of Europe: I
have great pleasure in being able to
notify Your Majesty of the event, which is
a guarantee for the security of the general
interests of the lower Danube. I am per
suaded that Your Majesty Interested as
all the Powers are in the pacific and regu
lar development of European Affairs, will
reloice to see crowned with success the
efforts and generous sacrifices of a people
who have recovered their place In the great
family of Nations.
Your Majesty, in common with the other
Powers, will please accord me his friend
ship, which to me will be precious, and I
hope to see established cordial and friendly
relations between his Kingdom and Bou
Trusting that Your Majesty will be con
vinced of the sincerity of my wishes for his
welfare, and the prosperity of the people
confided to his care by a Divine Providence,
also, that I shall improve every favorable
opportunity of giving him proof of the
high esteem and sincere aflection with
which, I am Sir,
, Your Majesty's Good Brother,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
. Bucharest, May 10th 22d, 1880.
The following is the translation of an au
tograph letter which His Majesty the King
has received from the King of Belgium
acknowledging the receipt of an autograph
letter from His Majesty with congratula
tions on the occasion of the fiftieth anni
versary of the Independence of Belgium.
Sir and Brother : I have received
with great satisfaction the letter which
Your Majesty has addressed to me on the
occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the
Independence of Belgium. In associating
yourself with the patriotic demonstrations
provoked by this happy event, Your Maj
esty has given me a testimony of friendship
to which I could not remain insensible. I
tbaiik you very sincerely for these cordial
felicitations, as well as for the sentiments
which you manifest for the Belgian Nation.
On my part, I feel ardent wishes for the
personal happiness of Your Majesty, and
for the prosperity of Your Kingdom. I pray
Your Majesty to receive the assurances of
the high consideration, and of the inviola
ble attachment with which I am,
Sir and Brother,
of Your Majesty the Good Brother,
To His Majesty Kalakaua,
King of tbe Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu.
Ostend, August 29th, 18S0. o9
To Exporters of Hawaiian Bice and to
Whom it May Concern.
In accordance with an Act approved litb day of Angaf t.
1880, " To Prevent Fraudulent Exportation of Foreign
or Hawaiian Produce to forts or tne Lulled Btates,
Wnjju L. Horpxa le appointed " Export Guard " for
tbe Port of Honolulu. Parties who are about to ship
Rice to any port of the United States, wiU noUfy the
Export Guard " of the Intended shipment tbat he may
examine said Rice, and be able to give a certificate that
it ia the growth and produce of the Hawaiian Islands.
And in accordance with the said Act, I have fixed and
hereby fix the fee to be paid to aaid "Export Guard " for
examinaUon and certificate, at the sum of Twenty Cents
per ton (of 2,000 lbs.), and in proportion for any leie
quantity than a ton. Johm 8. Waxua,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, October 8, 1880. , . oc9 3m
Fiih Stalls at Auction.
On Saturday. October 14th. 1880, at 12 o'clock, noon, at
the front entrance of AUiolanl Hale will be sold, the
Choice of Stalls at the Honolulu Flah Market, for tbe
term of one year. H. A. P. Cajmcn,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, October 7th, 1880. o9
Mr Z. Kalai has been appointed Tax Collector for the
District of North Kohala, Hawaii, vice Jaa. W. Robert
Mr Jaa. W. Robertson haa been appointed Tax Col-
lector for the District of Koolanpoko, Oahu, vice Hon.
J. M. Kapena. resigned.
Jno. S. Walxxb, Miniater of Finance.
Departinent of Finance, Sept. 30, 1880. oct 2-lm
DEFABTMurr or Fomejow Arraiu.
Proper notification having been made to thle Depart
ment by Hla Ex. James M. Conily. United States Minister
Besident. that by the requett of the Honorable Charles
Devens, Acting Secretary or State of the United States.
August Frederic Hopke, Esq.. a ciUzen of the United
States haa been appointed tbe Consular Agent of tbe
United State at Kahnlni.
Therefore, the aaid August Frederic Hopke ia hereby
acknowledged by order of hla Majesty aa Consular Agent
of the United States at Xahulul, and all hla official acts
aa such are ordered to receive fnll faith and credit by the
authorities of this government.
Given under my hand and tha seal of tha Foreign
Office thla 30th day of September, 1880.
W. L. GREEN,
J2t ' Miniater of Foreign Affair.
Ma. Wat. W. Goooaut haa thla day been appointed an
Agent to take acknowledgements to Contracts for Labor
In the District of Kau. Island of Hawaii.
H. A. P. CARTER, Minister of tbe Interior.
Interior Office. Sept. 30th, 1880 oct2
Notice to Plumbers and Bell Hangers.
Sealed Proposals will be received np to the 6th day of
October next, at the office of the Minister of the Interior,
for tbe erection and completion of the BeU Hanging and
Plumbing Work on the New Palace.
Plans and Specifications, together with all other infor
mation required, to be seen and given at the office of C. J.
Wall, Architect. No. 27 Merchant Street.
Propoaala for the aaid Plumbing and BeU Hanging of
the New Palace are to be addressed aa such to tbe Minis
ter of the Interior.
A Bond in a aum equal to the full amount of estimate
to accompany each bid, and the Miniater of the Interior
reeervee the right to reject all or any blda.
By Order of the Miniater of the Interior.
2ft 2t C. J. WALL, Architect.
Sale of Lease of Government Laud.
On Monday. October 11th prox.. at the front entrance of
Alllelani Hale, at 12 o'clock, nooa, will be sold at Public.
Auction tbe Lease for Five Tears of the Two Story Stone
Building" situated on the makai corner of Court Honse
Square. Lahaina, Haul. Upset price $100 per annum.
Terms, payable semi-annually in advance.
JNO. E. BUSH. Minister of Interior.
Interior Office. Sept. 6th. 1880. Mll
Berlin, September 16. Prince Bismarck bu been
definitelj appointed Prussian Min liter of Trade and
Commerce. Berr Von Boettiober, Supreme Presi
dent of tbe Prof ince of Sch!ewi-HolaUin, baa been
Appointed Secretary of tbe Home Department. Tbe
Coart of AppeeJ bu rejected tbe request of Count
Henry Von Arnim for a aipenbion of tbe entenoe
of imprisonment daring his appearance before tbe
Supreme Coart to Aiunrer tbe charge of treason.
Berlin, September 16. Tbe German Government
baa ordered tbe expuljioo of French Jeeoita wbo
bave emigrated to Alace-LorainA ' Bianaarck'e ap
pointment aa Proaeiaa Miniater of Trade and Coat.
tneroe ie arranged eo aa to give him power to bring
About certain new taxes. The Government perse
veres in ita intention of propoeing a, aabaidj of aeveral
million marks for a line cf eleamera to Australia and
theSonutrJeaa.--- - - -
'-Berlin, September 18. The Miniater of Finanoe,
Herr Bitter, replied to tbe inquiry from Altona that
though he ia not yet able to eater into the detaila of
tbe incorporation of Altona with the imperial Laa
toma territory, it is eertais, aa eooa aa nocrioary
pre pa rations are completed.
Berlin. September 21. Emperor William ia pre
vented by a alight indiapoaition from visiting tbe
Rhine Provinces to wilneae military manoeuTres, bat
ia already improving. -
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
E"? The Oaha EvanzehcAn Society will meet
Tneaday next at Ealihi. on thia ieland.
' f"2f The tag Pete ia laid up for the present for
repaira. The Steamer Walmaualo will doe duty aa
tugduring tbe meanwhile. ' .
Mr George Beckley haa returned from bia
trip to the Coast and has returned bia dutiea aa
puraer on the Liktlike. .
tf Three men-of-war, the U. 3. Star. Ticonde
roga, H. B. M. S. Triumph and ET. B . M S Penguin
are now en route for this port.
SreaoTich & Co. have a fine assortment of
California fruits at tbeir atom on Queen atreet, and
they sell at Tery reasonable rates.
ET The police baaineaa of tbe city, daring
the past few daye, has not been bard en some to Hia
Honor, few oaaea being brought before him for trial
JST Dodd'a omnibus will be placed at the dis
posal or tbe public to-day, assist all who with in
dulging in a ?lait to the new bathing houses erect
ed at Waikiki. ; ' ;" '-' " '
t"3T Police officer W, H.Tell ia doing good work :
arresting drivers for cruelty to animals, carriages
without lights at nights, fast driving, and over
loading. fry On Wednesday tbe 6th inst.. .H.. R, H.
Princess Lydia Domini and . suite, proceeded, to
make the circuit of tho island. After enjoying a
atayat Waialoa, Kaneohe and other pointa.H.B.
Higbaesa will return to town oa the 18th inat. .
f f H. H- Kekaalike, Governess of Hawaii, paid
a visit tbe other day to Mr. Afong'a Plantation at
Pepeekeo, HawaiL . She was reoeifed with popular
acclamatlona, and warmly expi-eseed her senae of
the courtesy of her entertainer and the reception she
received from all present on tbe plantation.
3T D. Kamaiopili. (lately appointed by Minister
Bush, a good appointment much needed) the Road
Supervisor for tbe outer districts on thia Island, haa
made' two toura'of inspection, and reporta several
bridges, cutwaters and. roada aa needing repairs.
He haa done some quick travelling.
17" We notice with pleasure tbe facea of seve
ral of our friends, wbo have been absenting them
selves for a aeaaon, at tbe Coast, and wbo arrived
here on tbe Zealaodia, oa tbe 2d last. Hon. Mrs.
Bishop, Mrs. Parke, Miss Sarah King, Mr. J. M.
Oat, and wife. Mr. W. S. Luce aud wife and others
being among the late arrivals. -
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Last Wedneadsy night, while a young lad
was on hia way home, in tba neighborhood of Kawai
abao Church, some unknown person tried, to get
hold of him, but on bia calling loudly for the Police
the rascal ran off The only ooujecture tbat we care
to hazard as to the intention of this outrage is that
the assailant was a thief.
Rev.M. Kuaea in the Hawaii Pae Aina calla
the attention of hia pariahonera ef Kaumskapili : to
the approaching birthday of Hia Majesty on tbe 16th
prox., aod inyitea a loyal preparation for the event,
in which we cordially join and in rite all true frienda
and subjects of Hia Majesty to prepare to honor the
The circulation of; tbe P. C. Aot-btissk ia
ateadily increasing; it is obliged lo be ao, became
the curiosity of opponents ia as influential as tbe de
sire of frienda to promote tbe circulation of the paper.
Everybody reads it. Advertisers most recognize
this fact, and place their annoaacementa in columna
that are aeen by the moat people, and cost the leaat
ST Thr firat of a aeriea of three match gamee of
billiards, between C. H. Fox, of Wailuka, and Luke
M'Sbane, of Honolnla, was played last evening at
tho billiard parlors of Jamea Lemon. Tha game was
three-ball French caroms, 800 pointa up, and waa
won by M'Sbane by four pointa ; winner'a average,
188-162. Tbe aecond game will be piayea on lues-
day, 12th intrant. . . ,
cy Aa we go to press, we receive the unwelcome
news of tbe death st bis residence, in this city, at
7.80 thia morning, from the effects of so apoplectic
atroke, of J. H. Coney. Esq. ; Deceased waa well
known and respected among the reaidente on the
several islands, and tha bereaved family will have
many sympathisers in their affliction.
jy Copies of ths report of the Supreme Chancel
lor of the Knighta of Pythias, D. B. Woodruff, pre
sented at tbe meeting of Knighta in St. Louis, have
been received in this city, and show a moat gratify
ing record to the member of tbe Order. Tbe report
atatea tbat tbe Order haa been highly favored by aa
inoreaae of numbers, and meeta now with entire har
mony and good will pervading all ita branchea. The
report also paya a proper tribute to tbe public press,
and the Supreme Chancellor atatea tbat be baa
always found ita repreaentativea ready to aid and
assist all Pythian enterprises. . ,
ST A painful accident occurred last Saturday
evening amongst the crowd which assembled on the
premises of H. M. the Queen Dowager. . The press
waa very great and some movement of the general
body of onlookers caused a mother to let her little
child, a girl, fall amongst the feet of the' crowd
where she waa trampled upon and eerkmsly hurt
It was at the time believed that the child waa killed,
but we are glad to aay that the Injuries it received
have not proved fatal. The sufferer waa removed
into Queen Emma's bonae and carefully attended
and is now slowly recovering. . . . I
We are glad to learn that the long expected
statue of Kaxkham xha L haa been shipped for Hono
lnla by the barque G. F. Haendek Thia vessel, com
manded by Captain Scbock, waa to sail from Bremen
on August 21pt and may be considered as due here
about 15th December. The enormous case contain
ing thia atatue ia nine 'and one-half tona by cubio
measurement! "It ia a matter for congratulation that
thia loog looked for atatue, in which ( both nativea
and foreigners among our population have taken ao
much interest, will probably be here, ao aa to take ita
ake ita .
place amongat the few ornaments oar city boasts,
the begming of next year: - . ,'- :
Speaking of . Tbomaa Square aa a suggested
site for the Statute of Kamehameba I, we are led
to recall to tbe minds of tbe authorities the fact tbat
the sum of $2,500 waa appropriated by tbe Legis
lature for the improvement ol Ibis public reserve.
Whether the Statute be placed there or not, we
hope that the Hon. A. S. Clogborn. wbo baa
shown so much taste in the improvement of other
grounds, will bet invited by the Minister of tbe In
terior to direct tbe work of beautifying this Square.
We trust also tbat tbe work will not be long de
layed. Honolulu ia not well off in the matter of
public gardens, baa no park at all, being in , ibis
resnect behind innumerable places wbicn have no
pretention to tbe position of capital cities. What
little she has available in thia line should be made
tha moat of aa soon aa poaaible- . , j
Mr. Lisbman haa received in tractions from
tha Mono men t Committee to oooatroct the pedestal
for the status of Kntq Kamzhameha L This atruo
tureia to be tea feet ia height; the atatue itself ia
nine and a half feet high. ..The noble bronze by
which ths form aod features of ths latest hero ef the
Hawaiian 'Race are to be perpetuated, has already
been deacribed la tbe cotamas of tbe Adtixtisea
and we rejoice that so fine a work of art anmmeuo
ratiag ths founder of the IXawailaa. monarchy Is to
find its fitting phvos la ths Capital which A created.
The Monument Committee have not yet decided apon j
a aits for the statue. The Legislature by a resolu
tion passed last sassloa expressed ths desire of a
majority of its members that it should be plaoed in
front of ths Aliiolaai Hals. . Others bars suggested
ths triangular Kanoa lot at the janetioa of King and
Merchant streets but we understand that thia highly
suitable site is not obtainable except at aa exorbi
tant price. Others agaia have indicated Thomas
Square aa aa available sits. . We hope) thai the
Moaomeat Committee will not be led by the opinions
of anyone to leave oat of eight their primary duty in
regard to the statue vis. to find a aits for it which
will do Justice, at the same time to the exquisite
work ef the artist and to ita impor tasce as a Kationa
Monument. . .i ,. , ,-,, .. ';.
From the Widnetday'lZxprtu October 6, 1880.
We rruLisn a statement from tbe Cleveland
Leader respecting the visit of Mr. Moreno to
General James A. Garfield a circarnstance
which has a bearing upon recent political events.
West Mentor, the home of tbe distinguished
Presidential candidate, is in the vicinity of Cleve
land, and therefore we presume tbat the above
journal must hare .a local knowledge which
would enable it to verify or disavow any state
ments made in .respect to interviews or inter
course; at the ' residence of . tbe distinguished
American statesman. We do not publish the
statement out of adj personal regard for Mr.
Moreno, but there is a principle involved
affecting public ' interests which warrants the
publication, not only of the newspaper article
referred to, but of other corroborative evidence
derived from oor correspondence.
From f the correspondence of lion. R. W.
Wilcox and the other Hawaiian youths, who
accompanied Mr. Moreno, to be placed in a
literary institute abroad, and from other sources
of information, we learn that Mr. Moreno dined,
by invitation,' with General James A. Garfield,
the Presidential candidate, at his residence at
West Mentor, Ohio, on tbe 18 tb day of Septem
ber last, in company with Mrs. Garfield, also the
General's aged mother, Major Swaine, Mrs.
Swaine, Mrs. Oliver L. Jndd, and Messrs. Rose
and Brown, the General's two private secretaries.
The conversation on. this occasion turned chiefly
on our island affairs, when our recent Ministerial
crisis i were fully discussed by tbe. eminent
American Senator.; and thus all the circum
stances of this occasion indicated a degree of
cordial intimacy between General James A. Gar
field and Mr. Moreno. The contrary of thia has
been maintained, and the disavowal affected
recent event, and we publish tbe above state
ment and particulars so that the merit of this
whole matter, and the position of Moreno may
be fully tested.
' Among the evidences to be brought forward
in support of Mr. Moreno's friendly acquaint
ance, if not intimacy, with General 'Garfield, is
a fetter from this gentleman to the former, which
we subjoin. . The following particulars belong to
tbe history ol this' letter. It was received by
Moreno in Honolulu per April steamer. ' Wben
his position, as Minister waa opposed, chiefly on
the charge of. inveracity, for having claimed an
acquaintance with General Garfield, which was
denied, he forwarded thia letter, enclosed in one
of explanations to General Garfield wbo sub
sequently returned the r letter to Moreno with
assurances of its genuineness. And it comes to
our bands, arriving per , last mail steamer from
Ohio, with evidences of authenticity; both in re-
respect to its authorship, and tbe circumstances
attending its transmission between the corres
pondents indicated. : :.-...' -n, ..! ..
! . .; CCOPT. ! -. r ., j.J
r House of Representatives, H. 8.,-
. Washington, D. C.,'March 9, 1880.'
-'Hon. Celso C. Moreno, Honolulu, H. I.
Dear Sir, I am in receipt of your compli
mentary letter of February 15, for which accept my
thanks. ... j, , . ; ,.
. " I share with you in your congratulations of our
frend Foster in his elevation to tbe Governorship of
Ohio. , ' ' ' - ....;
'? I note what you say ia regard to tbe condition
of the Consular service in China, and hope we may
see a reform in the ptrtonntl of that service. r
" I trust tbat, on your return to the United States,
both he and I may have tbe pleasure of seeing you
5 .: - " Very truly yours, , ; ;
i' ,1!., .', - J A- GAAHaXD.".
. A Visitor at Mesitok, , Ohio. Among the
visitors at the residence of. General Garfield at
West Mentor yesterday was Signor Celso Cseaar
Moreno, tbe projector of the trans-Pacific cable,
who has just arrived from the ' Sandwich Islands.
General Garfield received Mr. Moreno very cordi
ally, recognizing him as an old acquaintance, and
expressed himself as very glad to see him at bis
residence. The conversation lasted for several
hours before and after dinner upon various sub
jects, especially about tbe Sandwich Islands and
tneir sovereign Hing Halakaua. ueneral Uar
field, the Signor said to a leader reporter,-proved
himself to be very well posted upon that far
away country which ia destined to be an impor
tant factor in the commercial and political revo
lution which the opening of the Panama Canal
and the trans-Pacific cable will bring out. Signor
Moreno waa made the bearer of a cabinet photo
of General Garfield to Hia Majesty King Kala
kaua on bis return to the Sandwich Islands,
where he goes again to secure tbe final action of
tbat government . toward tbe consummation . of
bis vast project. The Signor expressed himself
as delighted with tbe natural beauties of Cleve
land and made special complimentary mention of
her ladies. He is puzzled to - understand what
there is in the climate and sou of Unio tbat pro
duces so many great men when other larger and
richer States have but one or two bi National re
putation. Cleveland Leader, September 19, 1880.
We have letters from Hon. W. R. Wilcox and
tbe Hawaiian youths, dated Reno, Sept. 9, and Cin
cinnati, Sept. 16, in which they apeak very joyously
of their travel in ' com Dan v with Mr. Moreno. We
expect by next mail to hear from them at tbeir point
of destination in Europe. -
. fjy Such is the demand for the Wednesday Ex
puss, or Euxg Poakolu, by our native friends,
that we shall after (his issue, publish 8 full pages in
Hawaiian, and ms.tter for oar foreign , readers will
be reserved for a supplement We are prepared to
supply back numbers, and issue an edition of 2000
copies. The history of : Kauehameha will be con
tinued conjointly with tbe story ef Lakamana. .
The new law relating to tbe displaying of
lights on private carriages has', not received tbe
attention it .deserves, and to induce a proper re
gard for its mandates Officer Tell arrested two
persons on tbe evening of the 5tb. who were driv
ing about town without the 1 necessary lights. A
fine of 910 was imposed and the fact should serve
as reminder to careless or neglectful ownera of
private carriages tbat they are liable to similar
punishment wben devoid of the effulgent appen
dicle. ' ' ' ' ' ,
. 1 1 e i . ;
Thi late President of the Board of Health,
Wilder, sold the bides and tallow of 1187 bead
of good cattle, consumed at tbe Leper Settlement,
and averaging about 400 pounds net each, for
$2511, or a small fraction over two dollars for
each bullock; whereas tbe late President Bush of
the Board of Health, Wilder s successor, bar
gained with Mr. Mackay for the sale of hides' and
tallow at between $7 and $8 per bead of cattle.
It is true tbe price of bides has advanced, but not
enough to account satisfactorily for sucb an
enormous difference in the realizations. , , , ,
Ejy Now " that ' it Is in order to' publish tbe
transactions of Ministers and departments, let us
bave them' all.' . Let us have all the vouchers in
relation to Immigration, Board of Health, Roads.
during tbe late, and part ol - present biennial
period. Tbe chief boast of a British (ar is fair
play, v Wont yea see to it, that there ia fair play,
and, a full, unreserved show of all sides. It is
true, tbat it is properly tbe duty and prerogative
of the Legislature to investigate departmental ad-
lnlstratioa i bat as we bave entered upon a new
official exposure in order to gratify personal
spite. let tbe public have all tbe facts.,
- Much has been said about ' the purchase by
Miniater Buah. as President of the Board of Health,
of 1000 aheep for $2000. This la less than the price
charged by many ranches. The Waimea ranch, of
Hawaii, aad the Molokai ranch of H. EL R. Keeliko
laai will not sell for less than $2JX) a head delivered
at the ranch. Minister Bash mads application to
tbeae ranches before he purchased. 'And as for the
assertion that Hawaiiane ; will not eat mutton, it ia
aa. ua truth, . as aay one knows - who is acquainted
with the large Bales of sheep aad. goate to natives at
Lahaina and elsewhere. It ia also an untruth to say
that tbe mutton will cost 8 cents per pound, and
beef only cents. Sheep that weigh 60 pounds set
will be 4 cents per pound, aad as tha skin an be
sold for 25 cents each, the price of tbe matton will
be reduced. .
. London, September 24 At tbe Manchester con
ference, after a, long 'discussion, the . delegates of
tbe cotton operatives maintaining that trade ia
geaily improved since May; and , the masters de
claring that in spits ef this improvement they are
still working at a loaa, the: master'a. committee
passed a resolution ;tbat. ia consequence of the
a till unprof table aUte of trade,, the committee
regret that they are at present unable . to recom
mend - An "ad r A-, bet desire to repeat 'their pro
mise to do so as soon as trade is sufficiently im
proved. ' .; 1 , . I ;.
- 'Azt V.'-z vi-h:!-., J. :
Before Mr. Justice Juddanda Hawaiian
Alexander George k and Kumoku k, were
charged with burglary and pleaded not guilty.
Mr. E. Prestog conducted the prosecution. The
evidence showed that Mr. Mclncrny's store at
the corner of Fort and Merchant streets, had
been burglariously entered and a quantity of
goods bad been taken therefrom a portion of
which were traced to tbe accused. Tbe jury re
turned a ' verdict of guilty.
Kamanu k was arraigned for larceny and
pleaded not guilty. Mr. Preston represented the
Crown, and Mr. J. M. Davidson was counsel
for ' the accused. The jury considered tbe evi
dence inadequate and acquitted tbe prisoner.
J. Kaleala alias Pohaku (k) watfeharged with
robbery from a dwelling. He also pleaded not
guilty. Mr. Preston prosecuted and Mr. J. L.
Kaulukou was counsel for the accused. In this
case evidence was given tbat a portion of some
money (18 gold and 23 silver pieces) stolen from
the dwelling of Mr. Tyler on Emma street, bad
been traced to tbe prisoner. Accused offered a
story by which ha sought to account for the pos
session of tbe sum found upon bim, but did not
succeed in convincing tbe jury, who returned a
verdict of guilty.
' CIYIX SESSION.
Before Mr. Justice Judd and a Hawaiian Jury.
W. B. Keanu vs. J. B. Kaanaana This was an
ejectment case. Mr. Dole and Bickerton appear
ed for the plaintiff, and Mr. Preston for the de
fendant. Tbe jury returned a verdict for the
plaintiff with damages $150.
. Kapo et al va. Kalulukahi et al This also was
an 'ejectment case, in which a verdict for the
plaintiff without damages waa given. Mr. Jonea
Mr. and Monsarrat were for the plaintiffs, S. W.
Mabelona for the defendants.
Huaaka, k vs. Ainui et al Another ejectment
case. Mr. Davidson was counsel for the plain
tiff, and Preston appeared for the defendants.
In this case, evidence was tendered by the plain
tiff of bis purchase of the life interest of another
person in tbe property in dispute, but no evi
dence tbat thia party was still alive waa forth
coming! By direction of the Judge the jury re
turned a conditional verdict eobject to the life
interest not being void, through the death of tbe
seller. Verdict for the plaintiff with $25 dam
ages. Kealakai vs. Keone Kane. This was an appeal
from a decision given by Mr. Justice McCully
when sitting as intermediary Judge. Messrs.
Castle and Hatch were for the appellant, who is
the plaintiff in the case ; and Mr. Hart well,
for the defendant. It appeared from tbe evidence
tbat Kealakai have possession of certain property
belonging to the defendant's wife, failed to give
it up. Defendant agreed with him tbat he
should instead pay $52.50. After he had made
this payment, tbe wife refused to ratify the bar
gain, not considering the sum sufficient equiva
lent for her property, which consisted of wreaths,
feather necklaces, silk dresses, and an umbrella,
originally lent by her to plaintiff's wife. Tbe
plaintiff tried to quiet her by a further payment
of $50. He now sought to recover both sums.
The jury, by direction of tbe Judge, returned
a verdict supporting Judgo McCully'a decision.
Mr. Castle gave notice of further appeal.
Z. N. Kaleobemabema vs. Pabau and others,
ejectment. Preston and Brown for plaintiff; W.
C. Jonea, S. B. Dele, Castle & Hatch, Holoka
biki, A. S. Uartwell and J. M. Davidson for de
fendanta. Thia important case is set down for Wednes
day next, and is expected to take at least two
raoic OUR OWN cobbespokdeht.
The journey to Cbeebourg made by M. Grevy
must be regarded as tbe complement of the presi
dential ceremony of the distribution of tbe flags
to tbe army on tbe 14tb July. The Boys in
Blue must also bave tbeir cakes and ale. The
Portsmouth of France is very republican, so the
three presidents naturally found themselves at
home. It is not often that tbe Navy is honored
as jt has just been, as the pet service is the army.
M. Grevy conducted himself as a Spartan, in
point of simplicity, and M. Gambetta recommen
ded tbe crowd to cheer, not himself, but the
President of tbe Republic the incarnation of
public virtue, national rights and inflexible legal
ity. , Only one incident took place, when the
Bishop of Bageux headed a deputation of his
clergy, to pay their respects to the President,
when the latter in reply to the congratulatory
address, asserted, " love for tbe Church, was not
incompatible with love for France."
The artistes of tbe theatres have only just hap
pily concluded tbeir campaign to be eligible for
the decoration of the Legion of Honor, when they
enter upon another all men being equal since
the revolution. They complain of the disrespect
in being called Faure, Got, Capoul, Sarah Bern
hardt or Patti, quite short. They demand from
politeness tbe prefix Monsieur, Mile, or Madame;
thia daily decoration is respect. Alexandre Du
mas is about putting his Dame aux Camelias in
verse, to suit Verdi's Traviata, which is founded
on tbat novel. But tbe author of tbe libretto
prohibits Dumas from carrying out bis intention.
Thus tbe author of a successful novel and drama
cannot pat it in verse, because it bas been pirated
in advance. A similar difficulty was encountered
by George Sand. One Bourgeois dramatised her
Petite Fadette, and without either her permission
or a division of tbe receipts ; some years later she
decided to dramatise her own novel herself, and
was prohibited from doing so by the heirs of
Dr.' Tanner's experiment tbat in dying of hun
ger man can live without eating, bas certainly
drawn attention to the question, do we eat and
drink too much. Tbe anti-tobacconists are in
the field witb their bobby, and ao are the vegeta
rians ; tbe latter bave never bad many disciples in
France, though the hermita of Port Royal no more
eat meat than a fakir, which explains tbe paleness
of their portraits ; hygienics and dietary, said
Sainte-Beure, were badly studied at Port Royal.
The Nepbalians bind themselves never to taste
intoxicating drinks ; they bate wine, as Noah
muat bave done after bia celebrated apree ; at
table they are a nuisance, as they draw attention
to those beside them wbo bave a weakness for a
glass of pure, generous wine, very annoying
when a lady ia in tbe case. Pending tbe siege of
Paris, it was proposed to throw all tbe barrels of
brandy in the city outside tbe fortifications, so
that the' Prussians could drink themselves to
death., The plan was rejected, as encouraging
intemperance. A sceptical member proposed
tbat, in case of falling shells, no Nephalian ought
to seek refuge in a wine-cellar, save wben it was
The Collegiate institutions bave given np tbeir
thousands to vacation rambles, and homes are as
happy as they can be by tbe presence of the boys
proud in the case where prizes and good marks
form par of tbe contents of tbeir trunks. France
bas reason to be satisfied with tbe results of tbe
scholastic year just closed ; and the prospects of
tbe, coming one are still more brilliant, for tbe
education , of the country is now under the
guidance of a Central Council, whose members
are practical educationists, and pledged in tbe
fullest 'exercise of independence to apply every
measure calculated to ameliorate the methods of
instruction. , : It if refreshing to attend a distri-
tion of college prizes : it recalls the happiest days
of our lives, and we feci no email pleasure in
being thus in contact with youth in all its pride,
its joys, and its hopes. Of the several I attended
this year, there is one peculiarly deserving to be
signalled, not only on account of the valuable
character of the instruction given, but of its
remarkable success. The Fxole Profcssionnclle,
of Versailles, was founded sixteen years ago by M.
Bcrtrand, its able director, graduate of the Uni
versity of France, and member of the Academy
of Paris. He had for sponsor M., and now
Senator, Laboulaye. The aim waa to supply the
department of the Seine and Oiee with a profes
sional school, such aa exists in Paria and tbe
North of France. M. Bertrand opened bia estab
lishment with but one pupil, and he haa now an
average of 500. The distribution of the prises
took place in the Public Concert Hall, capable of
accommodating 1000 persons, and yet it was too
small for the crowd that attended. Ranged in
front of the estrade were the students, in uniform
or plain clothes, either being optional t and each
pupil, on being named, ascended to receive hia
prizes from the Prefect of the department, 'who
was surrounded by the Mayor, Senators, and
Deputies, the head Inspectors of National Educa
tion, clergymen, end leading notabilities. Tbe
Artillery band executed some choice music, and
two actors of celebrity recited humorous verses
from time to time. In the evening a very splendid
banquet was given at the school, at wbiob the
leading celebrities of the department assisted.
From the speeches delivered at the distribution
of tbe prizes, several pupila have won distin
guished places in the general competition-at the
Fine Arts' School, tho Agronomical Institute,
and other public and technical establishments.
It will be a bappy day for Franco, wheal every
department shall bave its college, after tbe racdel
of the Ecole Professionnelle of Versailles. ' ','i
FOREIGN NEWS. ; , 1 '
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Eastern Europe. 1
Ragusa, Sept. 14. Tbe international fleet oonsista
of twenty vessels, manned by 8300 men, and carry,
ing 13C guns. Turkey is absolutely resolved to res et
to the last tbe cession of Epirus and Tbenialy o
Greece. Tbe Minister of War baa opened ' a aew
credit of 1,800,000 franca for war material, and tbe
Ministry of Marine has ordered ten Kropp cannon
Constantinople, Sept. 1C. Tbe lute Cabinet wished
Turkey to yield on tbe Montenegrin question, and
tbe Sultan consented. Thereupon Said Pasba, by
means of bis great iuflueuce in the palace, frightened
the Sultan into resistance to Europe The Sultan is
now surrounded by a clique wbo are utterly ignorant
of European politics. Riza Piinba bas resigned,
having refused to play a double game. Tbia dispatch
when first sent was stopped by tbe oenaorablpj ,
A dispatch from Vienua says: The joint note to
tbe Porte is very brief. It notifies tbe Porte tbat tbe
combined fleet will take action in Montenegrin
Ragusa, Sept. 17. Tbe report that Rita Pasha
was assassinated is unconfirmed. lie bad plaoed
himself under the protection of the -Wbanian League,
but a committee of tbe League have condemned him
to deatb, as tbey feared be might prove treacboroua.
Eight thousand Albanians ocoapial ths 'town and
fortress of Dulcigno, expelling two battalions of
Turkish troops wbo formed the garrison. The Turk
ish commander, not baviug received instructions
from the Porte to oppose tbe Albanians, withdrew.
Vienna, Sept. 18 Riza Paabs, tbe Turkish' com
mander, has, it ia reported, returned to Scutari. This
certainly does not open any prospect for tbe immedi
ate surrender of Dulcigno.
Constantinople, Sept. 18 In tbe protest against
the naval demonstration telegraphed to tbe Turkish
diplomatic representatives abroad, the Porte atks tha
Powera to guarantee tbat tbe naval demonstration
shall not take place if Dulcigno is surrendered.
London, Sept. 19. A Ragusa dispatch says : Tbe
naval demonstration has been postponed antil tbe
Christians can leave Dulcigno, aa a massacre la
feared. Tbe vessels will be unable to keep tbe sta
tion soon, as tbe autumn storms will begin in a fort
night. ' ' -
Constantinople. Sept. 20. Fresh difficulties bave
uriHfU over the Montenegrin quesliou. The Sullau
insists on the Powers BiiiiiiliniieitiiHly recognizing
the Irontier line from Luke .Srutnii lo Dlonnfk be
fore Dnk-igno U surrendered. Thu Uiillub Era
basxador bus interviewed the Sultan, and protested
energetically Hguinnt tbe action of the Porte-in
connection with Pnlcitfno nttair. The Sublime
Porte i n si iij its utmost endeavors to avoid the
naval demonstration, aw it fears a general Insurrec
tion should it take pluce.
Ragusa, Sept. 20. After a conferenoe of tbe rep
resentatives ot the Powers aboard the tfrltUh njan-of-war
Alexandria on the 16th inst:.van 'English
captain ielt with inMinctiona to interview the
Prince of Montenegro, and nfterwarda go Jo . Scu
tari and present to Riza TumIi the Tin kib com
mander, a demand for the surrender f Dulcigno
within four days. Meanwhile nothing can be done
until tbe consular families are removed lo a tilace
Constantinople, Sept. 21. The l'orte ' addressed
a note to its representatives . abroad iou . lue 17tu
int.. stating that it desired to cede the territory to
Montenegro, in order to prevent blodheTilut
tbat the naval demonstration is an xercje of
armed pressure contrary to the rights itf 'the' "Sul
tan, and that the Porte, tlieiefore, chbIh upon tbe
Powers ull the responsibility for ugtuiiou among
tbe Mobamedanf, and the events which may result
Loudon, Sept. 21 A Be.il in correspoudent
says: Count on lluizleidi, the (jermau Embas
sador, has lomially delivered to the Fat rati-a Dole
from the KoM p. tin Powers, intimating tbat tbe
naval ieiiioiir:iiiiiii will take pluce m Monday
New York, September 22 A London special
says : The situation in the Eiihf In regarded here as
most critical, and the developments of the next few
days are awaitad with intense interest. Tbe united
Powers are fully determined to enforce the will of
Eutope on Turkey, aa expressed in tbe treaty of Ber
lin. Tbe fleets, it is officially saooaaoed, will not
bombard tbe town of Duloiguo, hot, If it U not sur
rendered to tbe Montenegrins, the united Powers
will adopt tbe same policy as was done in tbe case of
Egypt, and ths fleets will Immediately proceed to
blockade tbe Dardanelles, and tbe Sultan will be de
posed. Tbe British' fleet in tbe Mediterranean will
be at once re-enforced by several more vessels from
England. Tbe ironolad Minatour Jiaeia srdsred
refitted for active service. A Ragusa dispatch says
tbat anarchy reigns in Dulcigno. Tbe Prlaoe or
Montenegro bas issued a stirring proclamation to
Ragusa. September 2Z. In accordance with tbe
decision taken at tbe council of Admirals yesterdsy.
Admiral Seymour bas sailed for Cattero, whence be
will proceed to Cettiuge for the purpose of ascertain
ing personally tbe position of the Montenegrins
and arranging for further action witb respeot to
tbe occupation of Dulcigno.
Constantinople, September 23. Tbe Porte baa is
sued a fresh note, protesting against a navkl demon
stration and again declaring it to be an exercise of
armed pressure, contrary to the rights of the Saltan.
Vienna, September 23. Tie rumored occe pa lion
of Dulcigno by the Albanians and the refreat of the
Turkish garrison, is entirely unfounded The Turks
still holding the town castle with two battalions.
Tbeir main force ia northeast of Dulcigno, where
tbey occupy a flanking position.
London, September 22. A correspondent of the
Manchester Guardian says i I am informed tbat
aix of tbe best vessels of the Russian Pacific squad
ron have been ordered by telegraph to hold them
selves in readiness to return immediately to tbe
Mediterranean in tbe event of tbe Dulcigno affair
taking a serious turn and a rupture occurring be
tween Russia and Turkey. Tbe remainder of ths
squadron would follow aa needed.'
London, September ' 23. A correspondent at
Vienna learns from Antivari that the Montenegrins
began marching to Dulcigno on Wedneadsy.
Vieuna, Sept. . 24 The Montenegrins hare
strengthened tbeir position In every direction.
Goechen. the British Embassador to Turkey, in tbe
name of all the Powera has officially informed tbe
Porte of the presentation of Vif -Ad-nlral Sey
mour's ultimatum to RIza Paatuu. L
Antivari. Sept 24. The report tbat tbe Alba
nians drove tbe garrison out of Dulcigno 'bft tbe
17th Inst is confirmed.' 'ti -
Cettioje, Sept 24. Admiral Seymour haa ar
rived here. Tbe Commander-in-chief of tha Mon
tenegrin farce, which Is to periitea-"als'it: Dul
cigno. bas arrived at Soburman o 'held A confer
ence witb Admiral Seymour. , , , , . ,.,
London, Sept 24. An .Antivari dispatch an
nounces that a Torkbib man-of-war h4 arrived at
Valdenfe, tbe port of D'uloigno," and another at
Medna. tbe port of Scutari, probably to coerce the
Albanians. ( i
- Dublin, September 24. U.Vmr 'that' ike Gov
ernment intend to prosecute the members of tba
Land League for participation in meeting waa
considered at a private meeting of the Iribh Mem
bera of Parliament to-day., Tbe meeting reserved)
tbat, in tbe event of prosecution or' tbe arrest of
tbe members, the entire active section of tbe Par
liamentary party shall be summoned to Ireland to
co-operate atill more vigorously witb tbe local
leaders. , , 'ti