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. O. ALL. - r. BoBISaOS.
ALLEN & EOBINSON,
ATRIBINMU' WIIARP. DKir.KKNIN
LCMBIRud all kind of BL'ILDIMO MATaRIALi)
PucU, Oil. Sail. Ac. Ac.
aobsts roe acaoosiaA
KL LAM INC,
n2S) Hooololo, Havaliao Idaoda. T
Skatino Rink. The power of frozen
xia-water i.t something wonderful. A
gentleman calling at Pickering and Co.'
fur a gla-Hrf of mm the other day, acci
dentally let the gla3ful fall ; In a few
minutes the store formed a fine akating
rink, and to the tune of beautiful music
from the lovely piano just imported, all
concerned had a good time.
paT Pickering & Co. have just received a
magnificent oblique - French piano, full
com pas ; also two Alexandre chamber
organs, suitable for .chool. ; also, piano
J -tools, and a variety of other merchandise,
at their store, corner King and Fort
street. . o30-tf ,
$ Gunsmith and Machinist !
Mo. 7 3 K buwI, HonUulu, U. I.
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND,
Aud for Halo,
ALLKINOS OF FIRE-ARMS
- ounnrrrn e H 77r in i nun.
9 rUltttUI Ol JilLLLL llMliMUj
or All ila1 Maker.
f FOS SPORTII. PrSPUSES.
All Kindsof Machinist Work
AMD SATISFACTION OUARANTKCb.
tr Order from the Other llaad will meet with Prmupl
J. H. BRl S, Jr., PttOFatlETOJl,
IS'o. GO liingr Street !
, NEAR THE BETHEL. HONOLULU.
- Bedroom Sets,
Cliuirs, Kitelien Safes,
e, Ac. Ac. Ac.
AND ALL KINDS & STYLES
On Hand or Blade to Order.
First-Class Worlx 1 1
o 30 Cm
BRUSH FACTORY ! j
! 15 HOTEL STREET.
1CHAS. BLEIBTREY, PROPRIETOR.
Ar A N V V A CT L'RF.RCR AND IMPORTER
A." JL of feather ttr- Brojn and Brushes nt All Ue
arlpUoo. rlaf , boe. Clothe, and all other Brashes.
JLt Very Iow PriceS J
! r-r Island Order rromptly Attested to olo tf
fin a Good Paying Business I
1 COMSTA.NTLY IXCBKaSIXQ.
. mTO KNOWLEDGE OF THE BL'MNEkS
I faq aired . A ma a with U mueh cspital a th present
rroprwtsr to be
Active Salesman and Attend to Outside
Orders, it what if Wanted.
I sua ixQcraa at ts hotkl tbekt.
! THE FRENCH
Trade Journal & Exporter,
Produce Markets Reriew and General
Publish ht eathlv. and English ladlapenaable for par-
ttisasrs U Csotineatal Goods; give Wholesale Price, aod
4laosat altowed. of , . , .;;!
Wine. Brsadle, Preserved Provbiooa, Fancy woods.
MUliaerT, DreM Material, Glass, Porcelain,
Plated Ware, Watches. Clocks.
Beat and Imitation Jewelry. Boot and Shoes,
Perfumery. Pbotegrapbie and Printing Materials,
Toys oieographa. dcMtMlfie and Musical Instrument.
Drugs. Chemical. Pharmaceutical Preparations,
stationery, wvta, Oka, Tamisae. Paiota,
Paper Hangtog. Kic.. Etc
Ala Price Curreat o4 Produce. Market Beporia. Notice
J Isdaatrlal Metti4. Trad IauUigewc. Etc
.1 Aaauat ubscnptioav A lor Postal Union, aod 6s for other
Money orders payahie to 0B0B0C W ATTH3 oa Paris or
tne ittvaiut ia aay meal currency or postage
J , IIXPAIU LETTER REFUSED.
Add rem T0Z PBESCB TBADE J0CB.NAL A EXPORTEB
14, Ba d CkahfU. Pari, fraaee. ly
H OL'SSIS SUITABLE FOR A FAMILY,
wan led. Apply, a. B. or Office of the P. C. Adtkbti
aen. oc23 tf
WA 5ITKI FOR SIX MO XT II CR3IHKI
llouie. tix or more room , In Iioooiula r Waikiki.
App'T. Office of ihi rir. oc23 if
TO LET !
A SIIOF CKXTRiLLV LOCATED. ADAP
rm. TKU to almo any kind of buinei. Apply to J. M
UAIliLK, MacLiniit, No. j King Street. o30 4t
TO LET !
4 plkasaxt. pukmiii: room, ix
private Umily of two. boiUble If either lady or fen
tlraian. Trrm reasonable. Addrt.a, F. O.. care P. C
AUV EKTISEK OFFICE. rSQ 2t
f A COMrETEM PERSON A POSI-
lion as Sopt Boiler. Al lr"a S-L'OAR. care P. C. Ad
ertiarr Office. oc30 la
MRS. J. M. SASS.
RF.mPECTFCIXT BEGS LEAVE TO IS
farm the Ls4:e ef iioooiula and Ticinitj. that so ia
dow pri-parea to do
Dress and. Cloalt flaking,
CUTTING AND FITTING. Ele.
Will f naraotre atiafactioa to all who may favor her with a
cau, at o. & I Berrtaoia Btrert. ocZ3 t
A LL PERSONS ARK HKKRUV WARNED
TA. Dr4 to tnut my wife, M A KI B DKASOS, a I will not
t epocuiible fnr debt cootacted in my name without ray
written order. JOHN BKASI.NU.
Kahalao, KooUapoko, Oaha, Oct. 15lh, 1W0. o23 4l
7f RS. COLLI XS. Ladle. Narae-. Kr.Mnrr
AiJL Wrllingtf.n Place, School ttreet. au21 3m
.-- . NOTICE. . ;
Collectob GcaaaAL' Orricc,
Honolulu, Oct. lit, 188a
The Custom lioiue will be dowrd at Nooo on Batarday,
the Zi in I , aod oo aoeceedlnf Satardaya uotil farther notice
oc21m W. F. ALLEN. Collector Ge&e.aL
'0 RENT OR PURCHASE HOUSE OF
M. le or more Boomi, farniihed or acfarniabed, poatea-
woa ortober. . Apply .- (Mil) . W, ttui Offlw.
MRS. D. B. GRIFFIN WISHES TO IN
form the Ladle of Honolulu that the ha re-opened i
LaUtca' and Children's Fashionable DreMmakinf Department
In the rear of her Millinery Store. au23 tf
A LL ACCOUNTS DUE AND OWING TO
. the PACIFK; COMMERCIAL ADTEBTI3ER Office op
to aod Including the 30th day of Aafnjt, moat be aettled with
J. If. Black only. And all indrbtrdne op to the tame date
will be settled by J. U. BLAtH.
Honolulu. Aagrut 30, VMQ. - e4 tf
NEW LAW OFFICE.
r V. JONES. (Ark) Aliaraiey a ad Const
IT tellor at Law and Georral Land A feet and Collector,
will prartlea ia nil Coort of the everal ialaod In the King.
dom. Office flrvt room ever the strife of Dillioyham A Co.,
Fort sMrret. Ilonolalu. nrv
SPECIAL NOTICE. .
IHU.M AND AFTKR THIS DATE I WILL
bP not be responsible lur any debt contracted la my name
without my written order.
Honolulu, Oct. 18th. 1660. (o!8 lni) E.B.THOMAS.
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICKS
sf materials In oar une, we, the undersigned, hare been
romoelled to ralxc the price for horteshorinr. On and after
the IK day of Feb . IsaO. our prices will be as follows:
S. M. WHITMAN.
CHA. B. WILSON.
HeH aad To tho..
Uarblo Made Shoe.
Houolulu, Jan. 2th, l40
Notice . of Dissolution of Co-Partnership.
rftllE CO-PA RTNERMI IP HIBBTO FORK EX
1 isiinx between J. S. Walker. Z. S. ipaldin( aod ifm. Q.
Irwin, ander th firm name of WM. G. IRWIN A Co., ia this
day dissolved by matoal consent. All liabilities will be as
amed and Indebtedness colter-ted by V.'m. O. Irwin, who
alone ia authorized to sign the firm
nam In settlement of its
J. 8. WALK ICR,
Z 8. 8PALDINO,
WM. O. IBM I.N.
ilooolata, H. I, July 1st, 1880.
IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
that at a meatinjr of Shareholders of tbe flilea Pugar Com
pany, held on the 21st dsy of October. 1350. it was Totrd to
accept th Charier of Incorporation granted to them aad their
associale and saeceaaora, uader tb corporate nam and style
of the HILKA SCO SB CO., on the 2d day of October, 180,
aod that the Corporal ioo ander said Charter organised itself
and elected th following named Officer, sis. :
President .. .. CUu SpreckeU
Vic President - Jno. g. Walker ;
Secretary and Treasarer .. .. Wm. G. Irein
Auditor Chas. N. Spencer
Notice is also glsen that parsuant to the terms of said Char
ter, no Stockholder shall be Individually liable for the debts
of the'Corporrtioo beyond tbe amount, which shall be due
upon the share or shares beld or owtk.I hj fc;ineif.
WM. O. IRWIN.
uc23 41 Pecrrury 11 ilea ?ugar Co.
NOTICE OF SALE.
fllil E U DERMIC NED GIVES ;OTICE
I that he has this day .ld nut his Store and Stock in
Trade, situated on tbe corner of King and Nausnu streets, to
Ooo Yoo cs Co.,
who will continue aid business at the ssme place.
All pertons owing accouola at eaid Store, are req.ue.ied to
make immediate payment to roe. U ASKU.
Honolulu. October Is, 1S60. . or 16 4 1
milK I'.VDKRKIG N ED GIVKS NOTICE
M. that they have bnurhl ool I he store and boineasof L.
A t'C oo the coiner of King and KnaAna streets, and will
Retail Dry Goods Business
at said pUce '
AU oatsuriding accounts due at said store, are to be paid
to L. Aeu OOO YOO if CO.
Honolulu Oct 14. 1540 ocI6 41
The Great Popular Monthly,
THE C ALIKORNIAN Is the best and most popular
monthly ever published oo the Pacific Coast. ,11 it the,
only mAgaziue west of the Mississippi Valley, and U fal
of the vigorous life of the Great West, Its large and
handscmely printed pages are filled with interesting and
valuable contributions from the pert of many ol the ablest
and most eminent writers in the United States. It ia uni
versally and highly recommended by the local and Eastern
Press. It I the rising magazine of tt.e day, and its excel
lence increases with each issue. Vrnrly Sab-rrib
lim In A drawee, 4.00. Single Number,
Tbirlffire Crals. ocSO 1m
URS. I. B. OltlFFItf,
NO 101 FORT STREET, . .
EGS TO I.NPtRM THE LADIES OP Uu
NOI.CLU and of th adjacent Islands, that
She will Keep Constantly for Sale.
Splendid and Most Fashionable Assortment
UILLIiER GOODS !
. f r- t .. ,j
Ladies' and Children's Underwear,
Ke.dy-Made "aits for Ladies' and Ol.n irea.all kinds; " '
Hats Trimmed In tb Latest Styles, and completed io the
BRILLIANT & DELICATE NICETY OF ART
. . . . i .'
A funding Order is left with her Agents to Con
stantly Forward her by the Steamers.
The Latest & Most Advanced Styles
li the Irt f aillliery. ST .twltkiliBdliE
Ike Extra Eii f erttiae Coo.s to tkl. Klns
Ilrr CkArgr nlII k at tttfdtratf a those af tke
MILLINERS ON THE COAST.
Ske will llwajf Keep a Slrd Stack af Ladles'
Fancy Ribbons, all kinds;
Real Ostrich Feathers
i Laces, Trimmings, and
LADLES!, JWCY, TRIIVTmiNQ3
30 - OF ALL KINCft. . tf
t H. W. SEVEEANOE,
HAWAIIAN CONSUL AND COM M IhSION
MERCHANT, 318 CaUfornia Street, Baa Francisco,
CaKoroia. ID" Room No. A. ! ly
' - TO LET.
On Beretania Street, between Victoria
and Piikoi Streets.
A NEW COTTAGE, HARD FIN
ISHED, conUinina- Parlor, 2 Bedroom, Dining Boom,
Bath Room and Kitchen. The Government water
pipe supplies the bouse and yard. Tb house stand Ter 100
feet from tbe street, and has a nlc large yard back aod front.
The lot 1 300 feet deep, running from Bereuaia to Young
street. For particulars apply to
o30 H. J. AQSBW.
The Bodanow Manufactariag Company, (limited Capital
12,000.000). Boston. (America.) will forward, hereafter, even
one single watch to aay part of th world at whoieaom
price, i. 35 per cent, cheaper than aay watchmaker, a
none oi tnem ia manulacturwg watches Klmsejr, nut oniy ouy
ing them from here. We call the particular attention of er
ery one intending to purchase a flrsl-class reliable watch to
our following price Ut :
Bilver Watch. Crystal Bias, secoods hand.. .. S 3 60
Silver Watch, HunUog case, engraved, highly finished.. 3.60
Silver atcb, Hkeletoo movement, Kxtra Jeweled, atout
double cover....'... 6.00
Gold Witch. Jeweled. Haintalnin Power. Cryital
Gold Watch, llali Hoour. Baamel or Gold DiaL Lever
eseapemeot........ ................ .......... 9 00
Gold Watch, Hunting Case, flaperior Nickel Movement
beat aaaUtv with all the latest imnrorement. S
Gold Cover 10.76
The Eevless mechanism to a watch I oo of the groat mod
era improvement In watch work, k doe away with the old
faahiooed key, with which so many person have ruined their
watches. Th watch is wound by turning a nor led knob
placed on th handle or bow. Instead of by the ordinary
means; the hands are set in the same way. The advantage
of these improvements are obvious, tbe case, which never need
be opened in winding. I made air-tight and dust-tight, thus
preserving much longer the fluidity of the oil, and greatly pro
longing the interval between the necessary cleaning of the
Silver Berks Watch. Lever Movement. Flat. Jeweled.
Crystal Glass .$ 4 85
Silver Keyless Watch. Double Cover. Enamel or Orna
mented Silver Dial 26
Silver Keyless Watch. Superior Skeleton Movement,
Extra Jeweled, Stout Double Cover... S.76
Gold Rev lea Watch. Open Face. Lever Escapement.
Ten Jewels 11 26
Gold Key leu Watch, Half Hunter. Beat Movement, all
latest improvementa, 15 Jewel................ 16.00
GolJ Keyless Watch. Two Stout Gold Covers. Chronom
eter Movement with Center Second Band, a
splendid watch for presentation 1S.76
Go'd Keyless Chronometer, 8 Gold Covers, Movement of
finest workmanship. Center Second Hand, repeat
ing hours and quarters.... .................... 4X60
Gold Keyless Chronometer, (Imperial CAronost(r),
showing days, date, weeks and month oa dial,
. repeating hours, quarter and eighths, 8 heavy
Gold Covers, warranted for 6 year. Bad without
doubt tbe best and handsomest watch la ex
1111 the above watcbea can be had in smaller sise to suit
for ladles' wear at the asm price. Monograms, Initials,
arms, etc., engraved on the back of the watch free of charge.
2 All our Watches are thoroughly finished and ready for
Immediate use. and will be aent securely packed la Mo
rocco case, pott frtt, to any part of the world, together with
par mainsprings, glasses and keys, these being a great con
venience, a in many out-of-ih-way places, it I almost a nat
ter of Impossibility to replace one of these article.
3 Every watch la accompanied by a written warranty,
cuaranteeing the regularity and uprlority of Us work
manship for 3 years, daring which Urn no charge will b
made for repairing if the watch is returned post free.
All our Gold Cases are 18 carat Gold ; the Silver Gate
are of tbe best sterling Silver.
six-per cent, discount will be allowed on orders for six
and more watcbea. ...
All our watches have compensation balance, which ren
der them equally accurate in either hot or cold climate.
7 All atch may be ordered with or without seconds
hsads. with engraved, plain polished or engine turned
cases, without difference of price.
8 No order from abroad filled unless accompanied by a
- remittance to cover the amount, or a reference on a Bos
Persons residior. in any part of the world need not hesitate
to forward their orders to this establishment as they may rely
upon rtceiTing the exact watch ordered by them, which If not
approved, will be exchanged free and safe by post, or money
refunded Th best means of seoding money I by draft on
New York. Paris or London, which can be procured at aoy
banker and everywhere, or enclose the amount in bank-notes,
gold coin. or postage atampt of any country of th world. AU
order, the smallest as well as the mast important, will receive
the same particular attention and will be forwarded without
delay. W respectfully ask for a trial order.
The Rodanow Manfg Co.,
5 and 7 Portland St.,
BOSTON, U. S. of AMERICA.
LONG BRANCH BATHS ! !
SITUATE AT. WAIKIKI.
BUS LEAVES EVER V MORNING FROM
corner of Hotel and Fort streets at a quarter before six.
returning at a quarter before aeren. Tb afternoon Bcs will
leave at fifteen minutes past flv. returning by half-past six.
A Bas will be dUpstched at any hour of the day upon ap
plication of a party or not less thaa five person, at tbe usual
RATES OF FARE.
60 cents for the round trip.
. . Bath will be charged as follows ( .
Single baths.. 35 eta
Bath, including Bus far 76 cl
S Tickets including Bus far $5 00
ST Baths Open from Daylight till Dark.
Tickets at tbe Office of the Pantheon Stable.
Bathiag Dresses and Towels furnished at tbe Baths.
30 1m , J AM Ed DODD. Proprietor.
ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN.
THREE COTTAGES & LOTS
t Oat LuaaUil Street, Opwwaltr Mr.
II a sal age r 'a,
B7 Small Payment In Advance. Balance to Suit Pur
chasers. One Cottage already built by R. W. Grannia and
ready for occupancy. The others are now being built. Bach
Cottage contain four nice rooms, bath room and detached
kitchen, , ' , . . .
Wator XL Id. On I
o27 tf ski
HARRY J. B. McCOOL.
i . : r-. :
LET I IV THE LIGHT !
MIE HAND-WRITING OF THE HOLT
1 Spirit is a plain upon the heaven and upon th earth.
condtmning to destruction this wicked Kingdom of dishonest
men, a It was upon the walls of BeUhatsar dining room In the
midst of hi. ihoosaad banqueters. MENE MENETEEEL
IJ P If A RI V was written on the walla which no one of
bis guests could understand until his Queen aent tor Daniel
who told the King, Ood hath numbered thy Kingdom and fin
ished It; thou art weighed ia the balance and art found
wanting, thy KingJom Is given to the Medea and Persiansv
that night Belahaxxar was slain. Darius then undertook his
Kingdom, when 2VX. T. ROSQ stepped ia with
his DUMP MULE WAGONS AND CANE
C A RTS. They are built of the Best Material that eaa be
had la the East, aa all my stock la selected by a Special
Agent, and by that mean 1 am enabled to do the Good Work
thai I do. I wish also to call attention to the fine carriage
thai I am turning out.
Beg pardon. I must relate a little incident that occurred a
few day ago. One of my HIGI1LT FINISHED
CARRIAGES was standing aear tke Drinking Fountain
on King Ptreet, when a gentleman and lady were passing by
and all at owe th horse took fright and nearly became an
manageable; but tbe driver got the animal quieted down, and
he came In with tbe same weight he went oaf with, and saved
lake. But come to investigate the matter, the hone look
b-ight from seeing his shadow in MT HIGHLY FIN
ISH ED CARRIAGE that was standing near the
Fountain. I also am finishing np some very nice FA Ml
LF CARRIAGES AND SOME TOP PH.dC
TONS, which I shall soon have ready for sale. A Wo,
REPARING. PAINTING, TRIMMING, and
everything pertaining to CARRIAGE WORK, will be
DONE JUST AS LOW AS IT POSSIBLY CAN
BE, aa you ail know that I have had NO VISITS TO
THE STATES OR BUROPEl and my low rent
and plain manner of living enable me ia coma down to th
BED BOCK PRICES.
o30 3m M. JT. ROSS.
Ma. C. BanTLSKASN has this day been re-appotnted a
Boad Supervisor for th District of Hanalei, Island of
Kauai,. H. A. P, CABTEB, Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office. October 2b. 1880. oc30 3t
It mam pleased Hi Majesty th King to appoint their
Excellencies H. A. P. Carter and 1 8 Walker to be Com-
xnlsatonera of Crown Lands, vice the Boa. J. E. Bush, and
W. C. Jones, Esq., resigned.
Iolanl Palace. October 11. 1980. oc 30 3t
OmciAX, notice Baa tnla day been received at this De
partment, that during the temporary absence of Mr. 3.
C. Glade. Imperial German. Consul. Mr. Henry w.
Schmidt win dlac&arga th datiea of Consul for Ger
many. AH persons are reqnUd to glv fall faith and
credit to all his official acta la that capacity.
W. L. Gbxim,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Department of ForsiiTB Affairs. Oct. 23d. 1880. OC30 2t
Omcui aotic baa this day been raceived at this De
partment, that during th temporary absence of Mr. J.
C. Glad. Consul for Sweden and Norway. J. F. Hackf eld
will discharge the duties of Consul for Sweden and
Norway. All person are requested to glv full faith
and credit to all hi official acts In that capacity. .
W. L. Gaxxx,
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Denartment of Foreign Affairs. Oct. 23d, 1880. oc30 2t
Tax following named persona have been appointed
member of the Tax Appeal Board lor th year 1880.
Ewa A Waianae,.
J. O. Carter, J. M. Kapena
8. Prevler. A. Kaoliko
, F. Pabia. 8. M. Emerson
W. B. Buchanan. I. L. Naili
Molokal A Lanai...
T. A. Lloyd. G. Barenaba
...J. C. Klrkwood. D. Kahaulelio
1. W. Qirvln. W. P. Kahale
.D. Crowning bum, O. K. Eapule
T. K. Clark. M. K. Paafaao
B.W. Mt, J.Nakaleka
..C. E. Blchardson. L. K. Swaine
J. N. Kamoku. Plena
, G. W. C. Jon, J. Kaunas
. . .8. Haluapo. Q. W. Ikalka. Meemii
W. H. Denial. Z. Paaklkl, Geo. Bell
Jaa. Woods, ueo. Holme
...B. A. Lyman, B. F. ChllUngwortb
Hanalei C. Bertlemann, Jaa. M. Gibson
Kewalheu V7. H. Bice. D. Makaliu
Tjhna 8. W. Wilcox. B. K. Holl
s-nina G. S. Plnkham. 8. W. Kauano
Walma F. Blndt, G. B. Bowell
Ntlheu J. Kaika. . W. Kaapuni
JOHN S. WAXKB, Minister or Finance.
Department of Finance. Oct. 90, 1880. oc30 tf
Ma. C. BaaTLXaUNX baa this day ben re-appointed as
Boad Supervisor for th District of Hanalei, Island of
Kauai. H. A. P. CABTEB.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 20th, 1880. oc23
Ir has pleased His Majesty tbe King to appoint their
Excellencies H. A. P. Carter and J. 8. Walker, to be Com
missioners of Crown Lands, trice the Hon. J. E. Bush
and W. C. Jonas, Esq.. resigned.
Iolanl Palace. Oct. 11th, 1880. oc23 3t
Tbk undersign sd, baring been duly appointed by the
Mini star of tbe Interior aa Commisslonsrs to ascertain
and determin upon th compensation to be made to tbe
owner or owners, person or persons Interested for the
taking or Injuriously affecting such land and water as
mar be reaulred for the use of tb Honolulu Water
Works, In accordance with an Act, "To authorise the
Minister of the Interior to take possession of whatever
land and water may be required for tbe us of the Hono
lulu Water Works," approved 18th day of August, 1860,
and amended by Act to amend ssme, approved 3rd day of
August, 1878, hereby glv notic that such clalma for
compensation, in connection with tb lands named In the
annexed acbedul. must b presented to tbe undersigned
at tb office of the Government Survey, within thirty
days from date of this issue.
J. T. Watkahousk.
J. F. Bnowit. .
SCHEDULE OF LANDS ABOVE BEFEBRED TO.
Iu or Ore Haumakaawe, Polok. Maunaloha, John
Pawaa oa Kanaka. Kalawablne, Kaakaukukui, Kai-
wiokaihu and aucb portions of Kewalo aa lie mauka of
Beretania street. orl6 lm
To Exporters of Hawaiian Bice and to
whom it Hay Concern.
In accordance with an Act approved 14th day of August,
1880, " To Prevent Fraudulent Exportation of Foreign
or Hawaiian Produce to Porta of tbe United States,"
Wiixxak L. Horrxn la appointed. Export Guard for
the Port of Honolulu. Parties who are about to ship
Bice to any port of tb United States, will notify the
" Export Guard " of tbe intended shipment that he may
examine said Bice, and be able to give a certificate that
it is tbe growth and produce of tb Hawaiian Islands.
And la accordan with tbe said Act. I have fixed and
hereby fix tb fee to b paid to said Export Guard " for
examination and certificate, at tbe sum of Twenty Cent
per ton (of 2.000 lb.), and in proportion for any less
quantity than a ton. Johx 8. Wuui, ,
- - - Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, October 8, 1880. ocO 3m
Sale of Leases of Government Lands.
On Monday. Norsmber ISth, 1880. at tb front entrance
of Aliiolanl Hale, at 12 o'clock noon, will be sold at
Public Auction, the following Leases of Government
1st. That piece of land containing 35 square fathom.
situate on Queen-atreet, and at present leased by Ifeaars.
Tlbbet and Soreaaon. Tanas Lease, S years, payable
ae mi -annually In advance : upset pric. $150 per annum.
2nd. That piece of land, 100 ft by 140 feet, aituated
on the Esplanade, and at present occupied by Messrs.
T. B. Foster A Co. Terms : Lease, S years, payable
semiannually ia advance ; upset price, 400 per annum.'
H. A. P. CABTEB. Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, October 13, 1880. ol6
licenses Expiring in November, 1880.'
RETAIL. O A HU.
1 Ab Kel. Meunakee street. . - ; ; Honolulu
1 Ah Bin. Pawaa ..
9 John Rebello, cor Nuuanu a Hotel sts , "
6 Q Begelken A Co, Nuuana atreet : ' "
ITO Thrum, Merchant strsst "
6 C Afong. Nuuanu street 5 1
7 Con Cbae Ahung, Fort street ' "
1 P H Tripp, cor Hotel a King streets
8 Pe Nsng Tong A Co, Hotel atreet "
10 Nee Shin, Nuuana street
11 Chung Hay, Nuuann street "
11 W M Wenner A Co, Fort street , , S." v
12 L Copenhagen. Nuuanu street - - " -
13 Hollistsr A Co, Nuuanu street "
14 C O Berger, Fort street "
15 T G Thrum, Fort street
15 Tong Lo, Nuuana street
17 J as Enos, King street t . I. ! ' 4..-
18 Gee Pio. Lelao "
18 Hip Wo Cnong A Co, Nuuanu street
21 Chan Nlng Tong, Hotel Street
22 Chun Kee, Ulakobao . ' . " t
98 Ton Kim. Emma street ; ' .
95 E O Winston. Fort street v ..
26 Allan A Robinson. Qna strsst "
26 Tong Kim, Emm street "
29 Loch Hop Feck Bang, Nuuanu atreet
RETAIL HA W A II. .
1 G T Aiona, ' Pepalkou, Hilo
4 Quong Leoag, Neeleha. Kaa
ft Chung Pea, Punaluu,
a a B (Jisgnorn uo, atooxana, aioata Aona
18 Tip Tuck. Hilo
20 Man Cheosg, Lanpaboehoe,
24 Aklka, : Fnnahoa,
25 Wong Sick Ga. . . i s v. . . ...
1 H Bryant, Wailuku
4 Ho Hong, Kabulul
7 H A Hen. Makewao
7 Akal. x , Waikapa
12 Apo, ' " ' Lahalna
23 A B Clsghorn A Co. Kannakakal. Molokai
25 H Giles. Wallnku
1 CT Aiona. Papalkon. Hilo, Hawaii
4 Chung Ktng Lioag, Naalehu. Kaa.
7 Kit Chong. Hotel street. Honolulu, Oahu
9 Ahona, Maaaakea atreet. i i ."
14 Apaaa Hapal. " Puuahoa, Hilo, Hawaii
15 Ache, Buffum 'a Hall, Honolulu, Oahu
22 J D Havakost,
29 F A Solomon,
t - ' North Kohala. Hawaii
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu. Oaha
11 Akina A Asia,
15 Owen J Holt,
1 Jaa Dodd. Pantheon. Honolulu. Oahu
RETAIL SPIRIT . . .. r ,
1 Jaa Dodd. Pantheon, ' -Honolulu. Oahu
8 F T Lenebaa. Royal Hotel.
3 Ab Lung. Xellue, Kona. Hawaii
Bee Woo. Makapala, North Kohala.
21 Alama, - Koolaapoko, Oaha
25 Akina. Ewa.
1 W G Irwla k Co, corner Fort and Queen S tracts
3 J T A H Water house. Queen Street
7 Kon Che A Ahung. Fort Street
7 J T H Weterhoaa. King Street
STALLION. - vi
S Kabul la, Koolaapoko, Oahu
3 Jam Lewis. Kona, Honolulu, Oaha
7 F Carter. . ,m " . "
12 John Tlbbets, 1 .' -s-"i - t
14 H U Whitney, Jr.
15 EW Jordan. ,
21 B M Daaaoa, - - - -
MWMGlffard, " "
TcxsuAT, the 16th day of November being the Anuiver-
aary of the birth of His Majesty the King, will be observ
ed aa a Public Holiday, an l all Public Offices throughout
the Kingdom will be closed. H. A. P. CABTEB,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Nov. 3d, 1880. nC 2t
Tax Anniversary of the Recognition of Hawaiian Inde
pendence by the Governments of Great Britain and
France. November the 28th, falling on Sunday, Saturday,
November 27 th. will be observed aa a Public Holiday,
and all Public Offices throughout the Kingdom will be
closed. H. A. P. CARTER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Not. 2. 1880. n6 t
Tbe following gentlemen have this day been appointed
Agents to take acknowledgments to contracts for labor.
D X. Ps Hilo, Hawaii
ON Wilfong. Hamakua. Hawaii
. J eba Magulr North Kohala, Hawaii
Jaa Smyth . Makswao. Maui
J D Havekoet Makawao, Maui
Geo Beckwltb Makawao, Maui
F Wittrock Hana, Maui
J W Loka- analei, Kauai
H. A. P. CABTEB,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 2d, 1880. nC
Be it known that the Government Pound, formers-
located at Waiohull, Kula, Maui, bas been removed to
the land of MOONL1, in Waiakoa. Kula, Maui, where tbe
Pound Master, D. Kanealii, will attend to all business
connected therewith. JNO. O. DOMINIS,
Governor of Maui.
Approved: H, A. P. CABTEB,
Minister of Interior. u6
Mr. C. C. Pololu has been appointed Pound Master for
the District of Hana, Island of Maui, vice S. W. Kaai. re.
signed. JNO. O. DOMINIS,
Governor of Maui.
Lahalna. November lat, 1880. . n6
Ma. W. B. Keanc bas been appointed Tax Collector of
Wailuku. Maul, vice John W. Kalua, resigned.
JOHN S. WALKER, Minister of Finance.
Department of Finance, October 25, 1880. oc30 3t
Commercial SUbtrtist r .
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1880.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
17 The October term of the Supreme Court ended
on tha 80th ultimo ; we publish an abstract of the
proceedings from the 13th ultimo, in this issue
G?" The boat race, on the 16th, ia probably off.
bat $100 has already been subscribed for a sailing
In our advertising columns will be found the an
nouncement that the concert in aid of the Bereta
nia Street Schools will come off on Saturday next.
Through pressure of other matter we are obliged
to bold over our London correspondent's letter, fore
ign news, and many items of interest.
No doubt that's bo ; about tbe " squeezed
orange." 15ut be careful now you tread on toe
peel, you might Blip np.
Never mind about tbe prosody.
rhymes hit, that's enough.
Opium smugglers and dealers should take
advantage of the provisions of the copartnership
law and register, thereby escaping the individual
A ootemporary says : " The partnerships
art hurrying on the publication of their notices,
&o.," bat forgets to add " in the columns of tbe
Adtebtiseb and Express."
ry The Chayier building on the Esplanade,
baa been leased to a Chinese Company, for 20
years, at $1200 per annum. To be used as a rice
7 Justice Wilcox now assumes the judicial posi
tion of Judge Biokerton in tbe Police Court, the
latter gentleman haviogleft in company with Messrs.
Preston, Jones, Hatch, and Brown, for Hawaii, to
attend tbe Waimea circuit.
Hurrali !r the Bund? Our Band returned.
refreshed and invigorated, playB for the public
next Monday -veninr in the pavilion at the Ha
waiian Hotel. The evening will be pleasantly
moonlit ; ami the food inunic of Prof. Berger,
will add to th veninir;s delight Go and Oil tbe
Hotel baleunirts ; which are free to visitor.
We learn that after the leave of absence of
M. Daloz expires be proceeds to Malta, to which
Consular post he ha been appointed ; and that
tbe Frenoh . GvTnment.. ban appointed M. Feer,
late chancellor of tbe French Consulate at Ham
burg, at Consul and CommUmoner of tbe Repub
lic of France in ibis Kingdom. HU time lor de
parture for Honolulu is not yet announced. Aud
we are happy to learn that M. Batard. will continue
bere bis duties as Clmuuellor.
CoxiNQ Theatricals. Following are the names
of persona engaged aa the stock company for the
Honolulu Musical Hall, aud who will arrive by
the Australia; Mi Eva West. Miss ElirLong,
Miss Eberle; Mwrs. Chas. B. Wellec, Henry M.
Wilson, W. C. Crusbi.. (Komikal Erosbie). J. N.
Frankur. The leader ot the orchestra is Mr. Chas.
Schultz; Scenic Artist, W, T. Porter; Machinist,
jB Tbe recent disclosures of opium smug
gling reveal the persistence of the dangerous traf
fic ; and go to show, that the fascination of large
profits is so great, as to provoke risk upou risk.
But tb Hud thing to our observation is that for
eigners are chiefly engaged in the illicit trade.
The persistent talk of tlit street, and sme detect
ive intimations, point to several influential parties
in cur mercantile community; as implicated in
opium smuggling. We will not give a name to
suspicions : but it is Mid to know that the foreign
er is Impugned by tbe foreigner, as tbe chief cor
rupter of Chinaman and Kanaka alike by the un
lawful introduction ef the drug. And when pun
ishment is meted out, it is to be hoped that the
most influential pariiceps criminte will have to sat
isfy tbe broken law.
Thkatbical. --The Alaska Minstrel Troupe gave
their opening performance at tbe Royal Hawaiian
Theater on the evening of. tbe 30tb til t. and in
presence of a large and fashionable audience. Ac
cording to the programme tbe trouble " com
menced at 7.45 and exactly on time the curtain
rose and displayed the artists arranged in minstrel
rder. T. G. Clifford acting a interlocutor, J.
Powell, bones, and J. Ives, tambo. Tbe first part
of the programme consisting of ballad aud
Chorus singing was interesting and Wilson, Powell
and Ives received recalls for their efforts- The
intermission between tbe first and second parts of
the programme was very agreeably filled by tbe
orchestral performance of a Sbeep-sbank - polka.
Excelsior jig. by E. Sbanahan, was the next event
worthy of note, and tbe saltatory qualifications of
the performer were simply Immense tbe dancing
being truly light and fantastic." A bone solo
by Ives received a merited recall. Wilson's war
bling was good as was also Powell's remarkable
remarks regarding racing and cruising. Sbana
han s (Professor Sbanahan be should be dubbed)
clog challenged the admiration of eonnoiseurs and
be was the recipient of vociferous applause. The
" Essence f j by Thorn wasVnot dressed to the
character but the acrobatic eccentrietties intro
duced, took well, and received applause. Tbe
ketches were well rendered. ayd showed
that Jack Tar is well able to appreciate
tbe comical side ' ' of life.' ' and 'act 1 it, '
The performance as a whole reflected credit on all
engaged, and afforded the audience present a very
agreeable evening's entertainment. Messrs.
Bennett, Webber, and Clifford, the committee of
management! should feel well pleased at the success
which attended their efforts . . V
a base ball match between officers of tbe
U. S. S. Alaska, and a Honolulu team, will come
off on tbe plain, adjoininrr Berctania street, on
Wednesday tbe 10th inst at 2 P. M.
Attempted Suicide. King Iling a Chinese ar-
tiat residing at No. 103. Xananu Street attempted to
end bis earthly existence this morning by cutting
his throat The wouud inflicted is about three in
ches in length and gapiog, a horrible sight to look at,
but neither windpipe or jugular are touched, and it
is believed that be will survive this second attempt
of his at self destruction.
Omim Smcqoleks. A trio of foreigners were ar
raigned in the Police Court, during the past week.
and charged with illegally importing and selling
opium. The arresting officers are satisfied that a
conviction will be secured on the evidence now in
their possession. Tbe absence of acting Attorney
General Preston and Judge Bickerton from the city
will delay the trial until tbe 18th inst.
It is with a feeling of more thaa passing regret
that we announce tbe proximate departure of tbe
U. S. S. Alaska tor the umoan Islands under tele
graphic orders from Washington. Captain Browu,
of tbe Alaska, has won universal esteem not only
for his generosity shown to neutrals in the present
war. but by the exnibition of tact in toe manage
ment of delicate questions nearly affecting tbe per
sonal und property rights ot many. 1 be judgment
of Captain Brown's fellow citizens in Peru will be
that in losing bim. they lese an efficient protector
as well as a kind friend. In saying good-bye to
the Alaska and Captain Brown, we wish also to
record that her officers will be gratefully remem
bered in this community and that their gentle
manly bearing conferred honor upon the uniform
of their service.-
We take pleasure in giving place to tbe above
from tbe South Pacilic Times, published at Lima,
Peru, in reference to the brave and worthy com
mander now in our Port
Thk Largest Steel-clad Ship Afloat. We
have been favored with the following account of
the Italia," which is taken from a private letter
from Commander Q. P. Giustini, under date Naples
30th September ult :
The "Italia" tbe construction of which was begun
in 1876 was launched on 2tn September 1880'
She is an iron or steel ship of tbe following
dimensions. Length 112 metres, (3C8 feet):
Widtb 22.48 metres. (81 feet); Depth 15 metres
(49 feet); Average draught 8.48 metres (28 feel);
Tonnage, 13.850 tons. The hull is double-built on
tbe mural system, and divided by longitudinal,
and cross iron plates into 53 water tight compart
ments, which are also subdivided io their height by
four water bridges, viz : 1st Tortoise-back-shaped
steel clad, situated at 2.50 metres below the float
ing line ; 2nd another strong steel clad bridge,
3rd a battery bridge, at 4.50 metres ubove tbe
water line; 4th the uncovered bridge or deck, C 50
metres high above the water line.
Between tbe two armored bridges, the Hides of tbe
ship are protected by a vertical armor made of the
strongest plates existing, and several compartments
are filled with cork to secure tbe floating of the
ship in case of damage.
The thickness and quantity of the plates are not
On the deck or the centre of the ship, aa oval
shelter rises, whose larger axis forms with the
longitudinal axis of the ship, an angle of about
30 s. Its parapet 2 metres (6 feet 7 inches) high
is strongly clad. On its two extremities, two cir
cular gigantic plates are established, over which
two guns of 45 centimetres (17 inches) bore, and
weighing 100 tons each, will be placed. These
will fire alia barbetta that is, above the parapet.
This system, altered from that of the turning and
covered towers of the Duilio and Dandalo. is in
tended to save weight, while on the other bund
the height of the parapet i enough to protect gun
ners from direct fire. Besides tbe four gigautic
guns, she will also carry ou her deck several ol a
more moderate weight without reckoning the light
artillery and mitrailleuse.
The ship is moved by two twin ecrews, actiug
each by au indepuiident engine of C cvliudeis
with a iuLal of 2G boilern. Her total power U to
be 9 000 horse, and her fpeed 1C mileH.
This ship is the largest now existing, or in con
struction in our country or abroad, except the
Lepanto now building t Leghorn on tbe sume
model, and which is nearly finished.
The Press Afloat.
It is curious and interesting juxtaposition to find
' the art preservative of all arts," in active opera
tion, along with the most perfeot means of destruc
tion. We are led to this reflection, as we glance at
a copy on our table, of the Alatka Herald, pub
lished ou board tbe United States sbii of war, the
Alaska. What iulellectual fellows Uncle Sam's
" web feet" must be becoming, when tbey are in
clined to blend the fo'castle sky-lark, with perusal
of their ocean journal, giving daily, or weekly
news from the maintops, gossip from the ward
room, and rumors from the cabin. In glaucing
over the contents of this salt sheet, we note a few
points iu marine literature that may interest our
The editor says : " Of course the tremendous cir
culation which this travelling floating journal must
inevitably attain, will render the financial sucoess o'
our enterprise such a moral certainty, as to make it
evident that we should utilize the immense amount
of currency that will unavoidably accumulate in our
treasury. With the view of obviating this little diffi
culty we propose to open a banking establishment in
connection with our office, but no deposits less tbsn
five cents will be received."
"As an advertising medium we offer advantages
never before attainable; for with a fabulous circula
tion, reaching tbe most remotecorners of the civilized
world, not alone by sending the paper, but by carry
ing tbe very office itself there, tbe results of even a
single insertion in our columns, will be such as to
astonish the natives, and gratify our patrons."
Among local news we find : " It is rumored that a
very romantic marriage will soon be solemnized, a
well known and highly respected lit Sergeant of the
Marine Corps, is about to lead to the hymeneal
altar, the lovely and accomplished daughter of
" Sitka Jack." We understand this is a case of love
at first sight, tbe bride eleot having paddled ber own
canoe, well garnished with fish, alongside the Alaska,
when the gallant sergeant was incontinently smitten
and fascinated. No cards oo pie."
' Lumber " is offered for aale a lot of old mess
' For adoption. A very handsome male child
without parents, now serving as a drummer boy, on
board U. S. S. Alaska."
And we find the brioy quill varies its lucubra
tions with effusions of poetry, and gives ns the fol
lowing bits of berth deck ministreliy :
Ab Chang the ward room boy sings thus his
version of " Mary had a little lamb."
Was gal name Mol had lamb,
Flee all samee whitee snow ;
Evly place Mol gal walkee,
. Baa-baa hoppee long too.
This is Dan Gannon's version
Begorra, Mary had a little shape
And the wool was wboite entoirly
And wheriver Mary would steer her stamps
The young shape would follow completely."
This is Corporal Zimon's version
" Dot Mary hat got ein leedle schaf
Mit hair jast like some wool
. Und all de place dot gal did vent
Dot schaf go like ein fool."
Corporal Galanterie not wishing to be oatdone by
the China boy. or Zimons, or Gannon, sings
La petite Mary, bad le jeune muttocg
Zee wool was blanches as te snow.
And every whar Ia belle Marie went
La jeune muttong was sure to go."
" Boy the Alaska Herald only ten centg." .
Supreme Court of the Hawaiian Islands,
October Term, 1880.
, Continued from 13th iust.
Mr Justice Judd presiding.
Oct 14th. Akowai alias Yoog Quoi vs. D W Ka
tuabaalau, damages by reason of the non-renewal of
a lease. Tried by a mixed jury who returned a ver
diot for the plaintiff for $454 damages and costs. j
Griubaum & Co vs. F W Bartels, assumpsit, (iu
default). A foreign jury was empsnuelled to ssiess
tbe amount due upou a book account to which de
fendant Las filed no plea. '
The jury found the balance doe to be $480, with
interest from 1st April last, and returned a verdlet
Oct 15th. Vim Quon et al vs Conchee & Ahuegf,
trover, vjury waived). Case heard by the Court and
taken under advisemeut, anJ ou tbe 30th inst. the
Court rendered judgu.ent for the plaintiff. Mr
Hartwell excepts to the ruling.
Before Mr. Justice Judd.
Oct 16th. Crowell vs. Crowell, decree refused.
Kaualoku w vs. Lualualei, decree of divorce
granted on the ground of desertion. '
Beesing vs. Beesing, discontinued.
Waianu w vs. Kaulua k, decree of divoroe granted
on tbe ground that defendant was affected with in
Alexander vs. Alexander w. The Court grants
decree of divorce on the grouud of adultery, and or
ders Iibellant to pay respondent $10 a month alimony
out of the income of the land belonging to the wife
in which he has a life interest. The custody of the
child is awarded to the respondent.
Kaane Kaumaka vs. Kauaua, divoroe refused.
Oct 18th. Allen Herbert vs. Akanaliilii, aotioa
on the case. ' Tried by a foreign jury who returned
an oral verdict for the defendant, (8 dissenting),
exceptions noted. Castle & Hatch for plaintiff, ii B
Hartwell for defendant, r v
Manuel Garcia vs. Henry Viera, case, (jatj
waived). A 8 nartwell for plaintiff. B F Bickerton
for defendant. Tbe Court took time to consider and
on the SOtb inst, tbe Court gave judgment for tbe
BEFOBC THE FULL COCBT.
Oct 19th. II H Ruth Keelikolani vs. Lonowehint,
ejectment. Exceptions to tbe rulings of the l hlf
Justice at tbe July Term. The Court took the case
under advisement, and on the 23d inst, the Court
rendered decision overruling the exceptions. A S
Hartwell for plaintiff, Castle & Hatch for defendant.
J Love vs. D K Fyfe et al , administrators, Ac
Chief Justioe Harris delivered lbs decision of tbe
Court, overruling the exceptions and sustaining the
verdict. ' - ' 1 ' J i J . .
Oakley vs. Jas Love, assumpsit. A consent filed
for judgment, 9550 for tbe plaintiff and so ordered
by the Court. J. M Davidson for plaintiff, E Pres
ton for defendant.
Kaia vs. Kamaiele et al., exceptions. Mr Justioe
Judd delivered the deoision of the full Court', affirm
ing tbe decision of tbe Circuit Court that a verdiot
be entered for the plaintiff, ron obstante veredicto.
KaleU et al. vs. James Lemon. Mr. Justioe Me
Cully rendered the deoision of tbe Court overruling
exceptions. R F Bickerton for plaintiff, S B Dole
Kuaaka vs. Ainiu & Mauini. Question reserved.
is argued aod submitted, and oo the 23 J lost., tbe
Court rendered a decision, ordering a nonsuit. J
M Davidson for plaintiff, E Preston for the defen
Before Mr Justice Judd.
Oct 20 snd 21st. Rachel Lewis, administrator of
Sam'l Levi Lewis, deceased, assumpsit to recover
$5000 insured on life of deceased. 2d, trial tried
by a foreign jury who returned an oral verdiot for
plaintiff, (2 dissentiug). Exceptions noted by. Mr
nartwell. Castle & Hatch for plaintiff, A 8 Hart
well and B II Austin for defendants.
Pelaui ea al. vs. W C Lne, admiuietra or ef the
estate of J Keole, deceased, assumpsit, (jury waived).
A S Hartwell for plaintiff, J L Kaulukoa for defen
dant. The Court beard the case, aud ou the SOtb
inst , gave judgment for tbe plaintiffs iu the sum of
Oct 22J. Ablo aud Lee Sing vs Li Pong, action
on the case, (jury waived). The Court tried the
esse, aud on tbe 30th inst., rendered judgment for
the defendant, exceptions noted by Mr Cattle for tbe
plaintiffs. W C Jones for defendant
A Macbado vs. Akl,(Pake),nppel from decision of
Mr Justice McCully, sitting lutermediary JudgeT
Tbe Court rendered judgment for the defendant with
$25 damages and costs. A S Hartwell fur plaintiff.
J L Kaulukou for defendant. '
BEFORE TBE FULL COUKT.
Oct 23 J The Ki ig vs. Toug See, charge of viola
ting tbe law relatiug to luoudries and wasbhoaees.
appeal from the Police Justioe of Hcnolulu, argued
and submitted. E Piestou, Deputy Attorney Gen
eral, W R Castle for defendant.
' - ' DIVORCE
Before Mr Justioe Judd.
(Jet 20th Lilia Almkiai vs. P W.Kuaws, decree
of divorce jimMed uu the giouud of leprosy.
II K Kep'ilioui vs Apitaira Kawahaliee, deorie
granted on the ground of desertion.
Ana Molui-uu vs Domingo Ramos; deure granted
ou the ground of deeertion and adultery.
Kekftuu w vs. J Kahalkupuua, decree granted on
the ground of desertion the respondent to pay the
costs $20 iu two weeks.' " ' ' '
Aimoka vs. Pilipo, decree granted on the; grouud
of desertion, respondent fo pav'to'lil.ellant 820
within two weeks. , , , . . ,
Kamakaiwa vs. Makahi, decree granted on the
ground of desertion, respondent io pay to Iibellant
- ' C , civil case. "i'TCl
Oct 27tb. Kateohemabema vs Pah.au aud others.
ejectment. ' Case tried by a mixed jury who returned
a verdict for the defendant, (3 dissenting) ,-v., ,
Oct 29th. Tai Qaoug vs. KeoUol. decree ef di
vorce granted on the ground of adultery.
naiuapo vs. Mere, tbe like.
Lima Naone vs. Ana Naone. decree of, divoroe
granted ou tbe ground of desertion.
Llla Hiram vs. Moses Hiram, decree 1 of divoroe
granted on tbe ground of ill treatment and dsser-
tion. k , i I ; 1 . t -i i , i i t u
Eealoha w vs. Puka k, decree of divorcVsrauted
on tbe ground of desertion. '-
Uomau k vs IUleaka w, continued till next term,
1 1 ' ' crra case. ' ' 1 . 1 -Chas
Brenig vs. J Keau. assumpsit. The defen
dant was called 3 times to come into Court prosecute
nis appeal, ana not answering the ease was dis
Oct 80th. John Haalele vs. A E Hiua. decree of
divorce granted on tbe groand of desertion.
There being no farther business before tbe Court
it was adjourned sine die. '
Holioats. Two public holidays occur durlog tbe
month. Tuesday 16th Nov. ia His Majesty's birth
day and will no doubt be unit enally honored. To
take a holiday is not a great . strain even on the
weakest sentiment of loyalty. November 28th is
the Anniversary . of the -recognition of Hawaiian
Independent. As that day will be Sunday It baa
been determined that Saturday 27th inst. shall be ob
served aa a holiday instead. This practice of taking '
Saturday instead of Monday for holidays that
would fall on Sunday is very annoying to those
who wish to enjoy a holiday properly, i As It if not i
very old we hope It may catch' some infantile disor-'
der and die an early death-. It appears to have
originated ; - at . the American. Legation, f when
mo oouuay in ceieoranon oi American independence
was organized. Monday, July the 5th, was univer
sally kept for Independence ( Day, la . the , United
States. ' We are all liable' 'to ' e'rr bnt ' that"
is no reason ' why ' error ' should. ' be perpeta-
ated. We respectfully suggest to His Excellency;
the Minister of the . Interior t that there Is yet
plenty of time, to cancel bis proclamation aod
give us Monday 29th instead. An additional in-
centive to make this change ought to be found
the fact that the Mail Bteamsr from San FranclscC J 4
may be expected on the afternoon or evening of thsVC'
27th. ; ' ,