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HONOLULU AND SAH FRANCISCO
PRINCIPAL OFFICES No. 110 Sutter
street. San Francisco, and basement of
Hawaiian Hotel, Honolnhi.
'MII9 COMP.4M Wll.l. IOKW1KI)
XI e r c 1 1 5 1 n cl i v
Advances Made on Consignments.
Collections and Commissions
All Kinds Carefully Executed,
GENERAL EXPRESS BUSINESS,
Attended to ,.r aiytlj in all parlt of tLe
or i messem.i:k uillui: uiprniir.!) ri:u
EltU JI11L STF.1MFK.
Superintendent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Oeneral Agent for the Inlands of Hawaii
ME. WEBS "ill lit the iilt I soon as qutranl.n
is nM, la eta6.lsh lll)c an I r. R.Hit-s. tujTtf
LEVY & SPENCER,
KINO ST.. OPPOSITE BETHEL ST.
II OK IKS HOIKDCII IIV TIIK IIAI,
Horse.- Bought and Sold.
A SplridlJ Aertaifot f farrlsr en hasd te
LET Ml SKLL.
TUB MIM haJ IropoilM qi- selection of Hufy nj
Saddlv llursea, aad rail the attention of the public to their
ii a v mu a to; k m e v lr a l r i n e a n w a ls
ar so Iheir way now from California ar.J the East.
bicuiis, pnirros im cirri alks,
Sfoal Inprosed Pattern, now on band, and on their way from
AIm, a CARRT-ALL aoJ WAGGON.N ETTE, lor Picnics,
Excursions. Si(hl-9ee.ng Parties, etc., around the Island.
L A D I E
Will f 1 4 etr S.idd e-IIor Sope r!cr te abj la ibe
City, fcth fer te alienees and appearance.
THE (ElERlli PUBLIC' IKE INVITED
TO VIMT Ul'R M.lBLE.
toaaooable rate, an-1 Soec al Car Ucn cf Stock sntrusted
to tar car.
V. B. Tuot Board. ng ibelr IIoriM will n I Le ct arged
itrafor Doctorlsj or shoeing. Horses liKii&l'.X to aJUIe
r Harness. Patronste solicited. julyj,:tm
Ml GROIEIIV A.l) FEED STORE,
.NO. IO KIMi STKKKT.
O . I w 1 :i3
HAS orKNKD A
GROCERY AND FEEDSTORE
jeST lhrre hewlll be pleafJ I rte hl
frleeasaae Ibe piUle la gram!.
With any Article in His Line !
LOWEST MARKET PRICES
RECEIVED EVERY WEEK.
mar Co if
TVX V. C3 XX X 3NT 1ST
. SO. 4.0 FORT STREET.
yvVL0CK. crx jl tr.xr.RiL rf.piib live
n will atlntlnn to cU-nln, irpalrtor and rrf -
Utiawin Macbiar,aaJ all ott-r io4 01 i..rni
aad Mtal Work of rry drriptloB. UlaekaiaailblaB;, Aa
AtA). OS HAND A!D FOR fALK CHEAP.
A, Variety of Sewing Machines,
Caa, Plt!t Shat. loiniinltloB.
MACHINE Oil. XEEOLKS, if., Ac.
wioj MacblBTarkrra, Binder. and all other titra ao4
4 isli:axe partar Slvrbif aplled on hort ocHi. e
XT Marhln Tit. Jd
foia aoasT I Tai aneooa ro
TU Fktie9win MLlo'. fr.mi t )
Wait 9wii.( Mjrhioi. fram i to 7
Uja9aatil win Markini. H la )"
IofluUioc all ttr jl l
; m m
School of Cookery Restaurant,
Between Merchant and yaern trrei. Hon lulu
THE ENLARGEMENT OFTIIIS HOI SK
alteraJlon an t ad.lni'-n. in er.ti(.lete. I he
awves room, newly fara J. ! I i It t!i K ro with i
er ami all moilm lmpfoinrn-
X. B ' Celestial eaJpl- T'd ii ILu". All ibe r.o
vBleoce of a Pirt-Cl llotel
VEILS IT ILL IIOIXS IV TIIK UEST1IBIT.
Breakfaat. 6 to S a in. Dinner. Ii to 2 p. in Popper, i to
7 p.m. Board. 4 0O p" Week. Sne e;t. cent
aViord and Reideore, d 00 pr W"k; y the lny or I..n!h.
a per agreement. AckO"le.!f-d by a!l
BEST COUKIXC IS IIONOLIXI, BIR MtW.
Alao, the greatest liberlty in ail rrangmenl
ALFREl II H.r.iHT.N.
j2i ly qr-
VE HAVE R1XEIVEP FIHIH'E
g.OT of II and i ,x r-fi.t ar U. and w-
tbterfst t k in the Km? .m. cfn. -:im in piri "'
Waeai aixl Mixed Hay. Pean. N-w Zealand and II.ioib-l.lt
l. What and Ground Bjrle. Whl- itI Crsck-d V'rn.
Wheat Od Cak Meal, MiJJune. M 1 FeJ, c. if
AND WE WILL NOT BE I N DERSOLD
bv ixr ONE.
ry au kind ol tirain ilroun.I to Order Jl
3a, 1AINE AO.
MRS. D. B.GsCIFFIN wsiikjti Njiri
fy th. Lad.es of H x:o!ulo. ao.1 th- t-oM.r o-rl.y .
that sh ha di.ped h-r Mi.It and Dr Mak.n K
lahliahoMot to Mr Wilkino. wh will r.rry on tb .u..oe.
aad take th present opportunity of thank.u h-r nnmrr
proo. for the ry Lberal patrotu ex.en.ted to
p i '"" "VibSITb C RlVn !.
I LAND FOR SALE
i 'I'll KIMIKItMO Kit 1 II.I.SKI.l.TII AT
1 M a:oat;' of UfiJ, with tu.tLe. lh-X'i. aituitd
I it Kiixt.ihv Kp lm-Ki. knowo aa TilK oLUKINU
! sIKLtT LAIMKV IIOL'dt" For fur.h-r b.rt.ruiad
er.qair 1,1 tl. uri JtrijfuJ -on in pr'mis'.
II (W'l'jitj. Au. 'J, 1 i-il. - - Aat.-lk'
E. S. CUNHA.
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
IN THE REAR OF
ElSILbS PREMISES, O.H MF.RCD1.M STREET,
OPP02ITE MESSRS BISHOP CO.
HORSE BEDDING MATTE ASS HAY.
WELL ITREM, BALED, AN'I
DELIVERED IN (l AMITIES TO SI IT.
it One Dollar prr 100 Pouad-.
Apply. Ibroufb the Pot-Olflre. to
J. Ii. VX)I. cr
j.ljlo.tf J.W. HIXOLEV.
ST R ATEME Y ER & J AMES,
SIGN AUD SHOW PAINTERS
SO HOTEL. STREET.
Ap. i. 3m. OPPOSITE FAMILV MARKET
BLACKSMITH AND MACHINIST.
Ojii'i'io-g-ci Work, Sco.
aa 1 thop on Einf itreet, neit to Ca.tle Cooke. 81
IMPORTER and JOBBER
ST1PLK aad riCY tOODS, CLOTUIVt, BOUTS.
At Oreat Eastern Store, 62 Fort Street,
. HONOLULU. Imar5Slly
ON ACCOUNT OF DEPARPCRE I'll R
WILL ELL AT A VERY
One Bay Family Carriage Horse,
One Baggy Horse,
One Eay Mare, mitable for a Lady to drive,
Two Canopy-top Phaetons,
One Open Buggy.
II) 11 E SEEN AT THE POW STABLES,
Trvl3Lo Notice !
General Groceries and Provisions,
AL?0, A FULL LINE OF
I bare now roouerted with my Establishment
3IILK DEPOT !
Mti-reFr-.il Milk from the wel-.known PAW A A DAIRY
majr be obtained,
tiool. will be Jrliveml In any portion of tbe City, free of
Order from the other Itland atteuded to promptly.
jr4 In J. D. RAMSKY, 67 Hotel Street.
II ASTIIIH DA V OPENED II IS EXTENSIVE
NEW PREMISES, J t'ST ERECTEDON
CORNER OF MAUNAKEA STREET,
Hill COFFEE AND TEA ALWAYS
Ilaaulala. Aug. Utb, 1881.
The fallowing Goo.lt vthirb will be sold at
HOTTOM FFIICKS s
b.le Beat Califurnia Hay,
California Hard Red Brick.
Barrel t'reah California Lime,
bite Bro Bet English Portland Cement,
Mnla Rope, Blanket. I'ea Jacket,
Cae Salnioo, 1 and 2 lb. tin;
- Uyater, 1 and S lb. tin;
Ales, Wines and Liquors ;
Cae Martell'a BranJy.
Cae Bontelleaa 4-diamond Braudy,
Caaka Bontelleaa A Henaey Brandy,
- Cutter No. 1 and O K W biiky,
Caea O C K F Wbuky,
Cae Hi a.
Cae Dufl OorJoo Sherry,
Case Best Fogliah Fort Wine,
C- bvt California Port Wine,
Cie Claret, bet brands;
t'as Old Maderia and other Wine.
Cae Best Knrlun Ale. qts and pt;
Case Best EnRbsh Porter, ql and pi;
Cava rt Lu Ber, qtt and pl;
Cases Bora Beer, jls and pts.
All the Well-known Brands
BEST ENGLISH ALES & PORTER
COVSTIVTLY RKPT IX STOCK.
All tbe above mentioned lioods will be sold on the
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
person barinc Claim against the K.tste of H F.N R
K H N A, Uie ol IJ jooIuIj. on the Ulan I of Oaho. dereae..
lo present the Tme, whether secured by mortgage or nnt.
w.;f r-.per soorhers to the undersigned, or to their Attorney,
t lUrtwell. at bis offire in sail Honolulu, wlt- in i.x
nj.r.lt,. Iiom .late hereof, or they will be forrTer barred. And
:l per ,r. ow.r.jc Debt to the said Eftate will pay the .mie
to :Le un.rif ne.1.
RUBT HOAP1LI BKFR A- JoUN T. BAKFR.
Administrators of the Etate of Ut.SRT KAHASA.dece.ed.
Honclula. July 20th. ls-sl. ju!y23,4l
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE.
IN ACCORDANCE WITH A POWER OF
Sale contained In a certain Mortc(tc, f.r" by PIH1 A:
BIL to A. J. CART WHIG II T. dated Tin if .March. 178, and
recorir.1 in Uber 54, pae Ivi. the onderi(ned gie notice
that be intend to foreclose said Mortiafe. fr conditions
br.'ten. and will e!l at Public Auction the premises, or a
portion th're.if. dernbed in saiJ mor.gage, at Public Auction.
llonolulu.cn Thursday, the lath day of Anrut. IsHl.at
12 M . f aid day. -at the Auction Rooms of E. P. ADAMS.
The preim to bo sold c insist of several valuable Pan--l
.f Land, in Msnoa Valley, with water ptiiie(fe. Kalo anil
Kills land Further particulars can be bad at the office ol
Ca.'le A Hatch ,
U.t J Honolulu, the 19:b day of July. last. (
jjXii A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
0TICK OF FUREILOSIRE OF MORTGAGE.
V'OTIt'E ISIIEREBV GIVEN that pursuant
I to a Power of Sale, roolained in a certain Deed of Mort-
' m. dafd tne i6:h day ot December. A. D , 1479. made by
r.xoaor W.Macy to Jrs I Dowsrrr, and recorded in
Liber 62. on folios 17 and 179. In the office of tbe Rrgislrar
of Conances in Honolulu af-resaid. tbe said lames I.
U sett intends t foreclose said mortgage, and after the
time limited b law to cause the said morUazd proerty
d'crib-d iu sail mortgage deed to be sold at Public Auct.on,
t. w k,-a-. tj th. rund.iioas contained in the said denl.
The sad property conslns ol a valuable tract of Land at
Masuaiaikt. I.land or .xoiaiai.
JAM Fd M MONi4ARRAT, Attorney for Mortgagee,
j Dated Honolulu, July 2Sh, Issl. julySO.it
TI.'j follow incr i" Ton Lave leii commUsir.neJ
fti Tax As? ew;or for tL.- t.ix.ttir.u Ditriots of tLe
Kiiivl'-m f'-r th- j t:.i ltSl.
H .uoluln f H Jnid
i.ua ac Waisna I raiik iiruwa
Walalaa K Mahoe
Kooiauloa H Kanaihiio
Eoiaupjko T A Lloyd
LaLaica A Forraader
Wailuku T W Everett
Makavao F H Hayseldeo
Haca P Kawaiku
MoL.kai Lauai J Xakalrka
11 A WA II.
Hllo I- 'everanre
pTina T KaaiUili
Kau H M Whitcey
South Kotia L) H Nahtun
North K..ua . J Hoapili
Soutu Kobala S H Mabnka
Nurth Kobala H Johnson
lliiiukiii R A Ljman
Kolua, .lacoli Hardv
IJbtie JO Tucker
Kawaihau t'harlea I'cgrantz
Hanulei it Puuiki
Waiwea J II Kapuniai
Niibau J H KaiLa
JOHN' S. WALKER, Minister if Finati.-e.
Houolalu. July I-t, ISM.
Licenses Expiring in August, 1881.
Gee Man. XuuKcm M , Uoiiolulu.
Ahfo, N'tiuann St. "
Ah S5u, Waiksue, Koulaupoko.
Cha lAJlig, Mrcbaut St,
W II Pla. e, Maunakea St,
Woiirf Wo, Nimauu St, "
Mose-i Mabeloua. Waianae.
John L-al. Kiinj t5!. "
A Inael. King St. "
Ah Sen. Kaiuuilnli.
I.un Pen. Karuoilull, "
W E F.titer. Fort St,
II Marsh, Kapalauia, Kiuk Sf.
Abica. Nuuann St. "
ham Siuk. Heeia. Koolanpoko.
A NV Pterce i Co. Queen St. Honolulu
S Magnin, Fort St.
R ETA I L M A I' I.
Leoug Fat. Vailnku
fi AhKee. Kula,
Quotig Foug. Hainakuaioko,
Lum t'hop, Puuakobait. Lahsina.
Ahulii, Kaupo. liana.
Aki. Punaluit. Kau,
Ah VonntJ i Apeu. Hawi. N KuUala.
Chilli sain, Kapaail, N Kobala.
' AfotiK. Pipeikeo, Hilo,
Apu A: Akui. Xapoopoo, sioutb Koua.
C VVu Jc Co, Kobala.
A inana. Kukiuhat-le, Ilamakua,
W l)rt. Huuokaa, Haiuakua.
Akiin. Panwcla. Alamakua,
Akini. Hoiiopneo, North Kobala.
W U Reed, Hilo.
J Wight. Halawa. North Kobala,
Alio, Paia, liauiakiia.
A W peirce k Co. jnen 8t, Honolulu,
II Bradley, corner King and Fort St.
Jan S Lemon. Counuer. ial Hotel.
Macfarlaue A- Co. Kaalinmauu St.
Cbas Lou;, Merchant St,
J I.aike. Punalioa. Hilo,
J F Aluli i A N Kepoikai, Kabtilui. Maui,
Chung Pui. Haualei, Kauai.
Ah Sen. Kauahubn, North Kobala.
Wing Wo A Co, Nimauu St, Honolulu,
Cbong Sing & Co, JJalawa, North Kohala.
Saru Vu Fong & Co, Hotel St, Honolulu,
Hun ("houR. Waimea. Kauai,
Sam Sing, lleeia,
Yee Suiu, Punnhoa, Hilo.
Leon Dejeau, Hotel St, Honolulu,
N Perrv. Fish Market, Honolulu,
O W C Joue. Kau.
Sam HHk. North Kobala.
J K Sylva. Fi8h Market, Honolulu,
W Bell. N Kobala,
Alii pa, Kau,
J as Tolbert, Kona, Oabti.
JOHN II. BROWN, inspector of Weights aud
Measures, for the Uland of Oahu. 103 Ueretania Street.
Ordt-f may be left at the Toli.-e Station. juIy9,Sl,tf
C3S"" The ladies of Honolulu will learn witii regret
"that Mrs. L. 3. Wbitcomb bas determined to retire from
the millinery business. Their loss in this respect may
perhaps be compensated for by the bargains they can
secure during the " closing sale," now announced.
i fie?" A trotting match between Commodore
tfiid Oliver for 1000 a side has been ar
ranged for, to come otT on the 23d inst. Full
particulars t-f tLis race nre to be found in an ad- j
vertiement in tLis day's issue of tLe Advertiser, j
The contest will be an extremely interesting one. j
Sunday Afternoon Prayer Meeting.
The early Sunday Evening Meetings of the Y. M. '. A.
held for several years past in tlie vestry of Fort Street
Church, will be moved to the Lyceum hereafter till fur
ther notice, aud will change to balf-pat tbrev oVlc k.
To-morrow'a services will le conducted by Mr. Eallen-
be. k. All are cordially invited te attend. aul3 1:
TO M E It f H A T S , P I A X T E It S , ETC.
JAMES DUNN. MERCHANT. GLASGOW,
(HAWAIIAN CONS l"L)
I'uilertakes the purchase and shipment of all kinds of Brit
ish and Continontal Goods, anJ will be glad to reccivo Orders,
at rates either tree on board at sliippiu port in Europe, or
delivered ex ahip (but with duty for buyer's account) at
Hooolulu. Such Orders tuiy be accompanied by remittances,
payable in London or San Franclco ; or he will draw at 60
days sight against confirmed credits from Honolulu Bankers,
or olhcrjriie, to suit the convenience of buyers.
MESSRS. WM. G. IRWIN k CO., Honolulu.
HON. W. L. GREEN, Honolulu.
HON. J. S. WALKER. Honolulu.
THE AORA RANK, (Limited). London.
C W. MACFARLANE, AND II. R. i
MAC'KA RLANE. comprise il.e Brut of U. VV. '
Macfarlaue & Co.
u. vr. macfaklank a co.
Honolulu, July 1st, ISM. julylfi.&t i
MR. II. R. MACFARLANE II S THIS
dsy been admitted a Partner in our tirni. The new
Co-Partoership dates Irnm July Hi. 1551. All accounts nf
the firm of U. W. Macforlane & Co., prior to this date, will be
settled by (i. V. Macfarlaue.
U. W. MACFARLANE A CO.
Honolulu, July lt, lssl. julyl6,5t
IIOl SF. ON rl'XCHUOH l, STREET.
tK-twe Ut-rriami Street and Palace Walk, lo a Good
T-nant. None o:her need applv. Enquire f
jjlyi3 tf . DR. McC.REW, Hotel Street.
ON THE NC'l'ANI' ROAD. NEAR MR.
Atkicson's School, ST. A I. MA. MS, a nice, roomy
Cottare. Water laid on. Ju-it the it.iatf for two young
oicnlor, or a young marr.rj couple, neni m xierate.
J. F.. TtiU Olli.-e. 1
NEW FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
SITFATED PLEASANTLY IN A NICE j
GARDEN. Apply at No. 160 Nuuanu A venue. I
A VUl'.Mi LADV DESIRES ENGAGEMENT !
DAILY GOVERN KS!. Reforenc:s exchanged. Apply to j
I. A. R., care cf this Office. julySMoi !
COTTAGE TO LET
WT,TH IMMEDIATE I'OSS Ks O N Con.
T tains 3 rooms, aad bath, pantry and store-room.
Newly built. anJ offers superior inducement lo a satis'aclory
trnant. Suuated near Nuuanu Avenue. Rent, Jo per.
tieneral busines. Agent.
augO.lf 7-1 King Stretrt.
All rf-rsous having claim" aain-t the Lstate of the
late L. W. Hupp, ntv hereby notified to present the same
to the undersigned within six mouths from this date, or
the same will be tjfirr baiTed.and all persons indebted
to the said estate a e hrf-by reu,ue.trd to make immedi
ate payment to me.
No. 7S Kiug Street.
Honolulu, August 1, 1::1. An6,Jt
. Al'GrST 1M.
rc" H r r.oynl Highm-ss tin- l'rincrss Liko
like !o..k Jrimrtnre jv-r steauit-r Likolike on
Tu.-i.l:ty the- '.Hh iuM.. in oil r t. j.-in ht rsiMt r,
th- 1'iii.. .-- K. -. nt, :it Hilo.
l TLe Iw.il.ini took with Lr tm Ler lat
trip, a cumlron piece of cargo iu the- ape of
a large pnut, for lauiliug gX)ds anil bringing off
sugar to the steamer at one of the Kona ports.
ST A number of influential itizems Lave
tsiken the ArVFETTER's Lints and c tlle3 a piiblic
meeting to Lehl in the Lyceum on Monday
evniinL; next, " to consider tLe mai.uet in which
to celebrate Ifis Majesty's landing again on the
soil of JIVj,"i
r? Another case of cruelty to animals was
disposed of by Judge Bk-kerton on Monday, the
culprit in this instance being a Chinaman wLo
had been cruelly beating Lis horse with a stick.
TLe dtfmdant. wLose name is Ah Ling, was
convicted and fined five dollars, with $1. 20 costs.
ZW There have been a number of prosecu
tions of Chinamen during the past week for
Laving opium in possession. Convictions were
secured in some of tLe cases, and in one which
appears to have been an aggravated case, the
defendant Ah Leai alias Lepoou, was fined S50
and sentenced to nine months imprisonment with
'T An Enterprising manager has engaged
a good company, which will open a theatri
cal season iu the Music Hall shortly after the ar
rival of the bark II. V. Almy from the coast.
Some "stars" of the first magnitude are to make
their appearance with this compauy. Full par
ticulars are likely to be before the public during
the coming week.
St. Andrkw's Cathedral Bcildiso Fcnd.
It was the lady m. mbeis of St. Andrews' Guild
and not the Committee of the projected Fancy
Fair in aid of this building fund, who lately re
solved to meet once a month and busy themselves
it making articles for the fair. Their meetings
will be held on the afternoons of the last Tues
davs in each month.
IV lJainfall for the mouth of July as noted
by Mr. Hingley, Xnuaun Valley, Honolulu :
Date. Amount.; Remark. Date. ; Amount. Remarks.
1 i Shower 16 j -r4
2 -C4 17 -S8
a Showers IS -8S
4 Showers 19 1 40
5 -44 i i!0 124
C Showers 21 82
7 i-4o j 22 Shower
H -42 i 2a Showers '
H -53 ! 24 fi4
Id '18 23 'JO
12 :t2 27 -44
13 -20 2S -48
14 170 2M Showers
lb Showers oO -53
31 I Showers
Total amount of raiu during mouth 14 S3 iucb
p Another meeting between the champion
trotting horses of the Hawaiian Islands is prom
ised. Commodore and Oliver Lave been
matched, for S1000 a side, to trot mile heats,
best three in five, to rule and to harness, play or
pay. When these horses last met, the result
was far from being satisfactory. It will be re
membered that Oliver's sulky broke down on
the Lome stretch and the judges were unable to
come to a decision, and litigation Lad to be re
sorted to in order to recover tLe money from the
stakeholders. Both horses nre now said to be
in prime condition and each Las Lis respective
admirers, therefore a close race may be expect
ed, made in good time. Two o'clock on Tuesday,
August '23rd, is the time appointed for the first
BiS?" On Tuesday of last week, whilst two
Chinamen residing at Ewa were quarrelling
about water, one of them struck the other on
the side with a club. TLe man wLo was struck
fell to tLe ground senseless, aud Lis assailant
ran off, making Lis way to Honolulu. TLe
ietiui of assault revived, and was brought to
the Hospital, where he is doing well. It was
not till Friday morning that the runaway was
discovered. The Deputy-Sheriff of Ewa and
three Chinese (friends of the injured man) were
looking for him meanwhile all over the town ;
but it was reserved for an ex-police officer,
Akann, to detect his hiding-place aud report it
to the Marshal. To give the patient time to
recover tLe effects of tLis savage attack, tLe case
against Lis assailant has been fixed for hearing
on lfith instant.
IIon.-K IvAtTNii. Two matches were arranged
to take place on Tuesday last between Romping
Girl aud Stanford Colt, aud Mark Twain and
Sally Black respectively. .In the latter case a
forfeit of $-"ii) was paid by the backers of Mark
Twain, and the race was off. The first-named
match was $.jOO a-side, aud resulted in a walk
over for Romping Girl. Stanford Colt did not
put in appearance neither was his owner, rider,
or backer seeu on the track at the time appointed
for the race. Romping Girl was ridden by Mr.
Hales, who complied with all the rules and
regulations as fully as though his adversary had
been present. TLe judges announced from tLe
stand tliat Romping Girl Lad won tLe race and
tLe money, and Landed over tLe purse of $100
accordingly. Time, 1 minute HI seconds.
All law-abiding citizens view witb satis
faction tLe stringent measures which are being
taken by the police to put a stop to the danger
ous practise of carrying deadly weapons. It is
difficult to understand what inducement there
can be for any man to carry a pistol about with
him in Honolulu or its vicinity, unless he has
the purpose of using it for mischief. An in
stance of the folly of carrying such weapons on
the person occurred here last week, when, in the
excitement of what seems to have been little
better than - 'runken row, a well-known sport
ing man fired a loaded pistol in a billiard room.
It appears to Lave been mersly a matter of
chance, or through unsteady aim. that all present
escaped uninjured. The offender received the
maximum penalty for carrying such a weapon
without "good cause." He was subsequently
fined $10n, with three hours' imprisonment, on
a conviction for assault with deadly weapons ;
" the short term of imprisonment," to quote the
sentence of the Police Justice, "being imposed
in consequence of the assurance of defendant
and his friends that the defendant intended to
leave the islands by the bark Kalakaua," tben
about to sail.
IW L. Hai.lknbrce, an Evangelist wLo
arrived lure by the last steamer, commenced Lis
Tabors lut TLnrsday evening in a series of.
.union prayer-meetings called of tLe foreign
( Luri'lies of this city, at the vestry of the Fort
street Church. His method of work accords
verv much with Mr. Moody's very successful
plan in awakening Christians first to a full reali
zation of their duties and privileges to be pre
pared for the blessings they seek. This was
shown in the Scripture lesson read (Acts iv.),
and his remarks thereon, supported by other
passages corroborating the same. TLe meeting
was not a large one ; but it was interesting and
impressive. Toward tLe close of the meeting
many of those present testified of their willing
ness to " witness for the Master," and use their
influence- to bring people into these meetings.
Last evening's meeting was more fully attended,
and a continued interest was m-uiifest. Frequent
soul-stirring familiar hymns imparted a powerful
cLrm that gave to some a glimpse at one of the
secrets of success of the world-wide fame of
Moody and Sankey meetings, with whom Mr.
Halleubeck has been a co-laborer for some time
past. In accordance with an advertisement in
our columns, Mr. Halleubeck will begin his
special Gospel temperance labors to-morrow
(Sunday) evening in the Fort-street CLurcL, by
relating Lis own personal experience, as he has
done many times to crowded audiences last
winter iu San Francisco. Sinsilar topics will
follow every evening, except Saturdays, till
further notice, to all of which all persons are
cordially invited especially young nieu.
Mr. Fnrneaux's Paintings.
A vtiy iutt renting t iiosof oil paintings by
Mr. Furnoaui. is to be sot u in the tow r room
of the G vrvmnriit l'uilding. Thee are chiefly
sketches of the voleatiio l lu nonu na which have
been d:-.p!.vd on II.iw.iii s.ii:ce Noveuder last.
H.iviiig 1,,-u ou the spot from the beginning of
the eruption. .-t!fd taking a great interest in it.
Mr. Fnrueaux Las Wen able to secure illustra
tions of ail its phases during the progress of the
flow, from its source to the immediate proxim
ity of the sea. The nr-t of the series is a virw
taken from Kawaihae. iu XovemWr last, after
the flow had divided into two or more streams ;
one the Kau stteam. which, after threatening
the Kapapala Plantation, has long since ceased
to flow; another the flow'towards the plateau be
tween Mannaloa and Maunakea, which,
after many windings and doublings, is
now threatening the town and LatWr
of Hilo. The next view was taken from
Hilo Bay, and hows the three streams which
were so conspicuous ou the face of the moun
tain in November last. Immediately after his
arrival Mr. Fivrneau paid a visit to the crater
of eruption, which is situated at an elevation of
about 12.000 feet, or alont 2,000 feet below the
summit of the mountain. Three of the paint
ings depict this crater, one being from a point
which givts a view of its interior. Another
picture gives a near view of the blow-hole, or
secondary crater, from . which a discharge of
lava was noticed on December 3rd. The next
group of paintings gives us vivid illustrations
of the condition of things near Hilo in April
aud May last. In the former mouth Mr. Furu
eanx obtained a fine view of the main flow, as
it appeared in the woods about eight miles from
Hilo, at the time when its whole width of two to
two aud a half miles was iu a molten and very
active state, just at a point where the Puna
Waiakea and Hilo flows were being separately
developed from it. In this picture we
have .a fine illustration of the "volcano cloud"
with its deep red tinge looking more fiery
than the very lava whose glow it reflects. The
next of the series shows the curious phenomena
of a waterspout on the lava flow, a sight fre
quently witnessed when the front face of the
stream was lingering in the woods. Another
picture also taken in April at the same distance
from liilo, shows the black and broken surface
of the flow o! lSro aud this new and greater flow
creeping up lo and over it. The next series of
sketches were of the Waiakea flow taken t wo
months before the sudden outburst by which it
has threatened the sugar mill. One is of the ar
tist's camp in a dense growth of ohias, tree
ferns and wild bananas close to the edge of the
flow. Another sketch from the tent door pic
tures some bananas, ferns aud creepers with
the red glare from the lava as a background.
A third is a daylight view of the flow showing
the havoc made iu the lovely forest thus cruelly
invaded. .Tliis sketch was taken when one tall
ohia remained still erect with lava all round it.
John Hall, whose place has since been de
stroyed, was Mr. Furneaux's guide, aud the
latter made a sketch of his house before its
fate was anticipated. This view was taken in
May; a companion picture shows everything
overwhelmed except a tree and part of the fence,
with an extraordinary pit in the foreground, re
vealing the liquid'lava flowing beneath the cooled
crust. Later in May Mr. Furneaux paid a visit
to what is known as the Hilo flow. Among the
group of sketches then taken is one of the ad
vanced part of the flow, with a group of Ha
waiians getting specimens in the foreground; a
sketch of the Hale Laumaia, with the volcanic
cloud hanging over the wooded scenery of the
background; a sketch of the flow at the moment
of one of the gas explosions, which are com
mon when the lava is passing over the surface
of previous flows, and penetrating iuio the
caverns which abound in the dead lava. Then
comes a sketch in which we have a cascade of
lava falling over a ledge of bare rock, and by
way of contrast to its lurid fire, the flame of
bxuning timber and undergrowth on the
right hand of the picture. Following this
series is a picture of the 'Waiakc-a flow as
seen from a distance before its sudden advance ;
also a sketch of 11. H. Ruth Keelikolani's place,
where that flow will probably reach tLe sea.
TLe last group are from sketcLes taken late in
July, after tLe Waiakea flow Lad pushed forward
with so much violence. One of John Hall's
property has already been alluded to ; another
shiws the lava flowing over a precipice about 00
feet wide, and II or l- feet high, into a great
pool of water a scene already familiar to us
through Mr. Dickson's photographs ; and a third
shows the Waiakea mill, and the position of the
flow on 23th July, with the intervening laud.
One interesting picture shows tlie way in which
the lava at times pushes its way forward, throw
ing out snake-like tongues of fire from the black
front of the stream.
Besides these paintings, there are some pic
tures of Halemaumau, and some views of forest
and mountain scenery. Mr. Furneaux has also
a number cf other pictures, which he has not at
present opened out for public view, as he intends
to return at once to Hilo to increase his store of
sketches, and to catch, if possible, the lava
stream in the very act of precipitating itself into
Hymen on Board the TJ. S. S- Lackawanna,
The noble. American ship Lackawanna, so
admirably appointed and manned for achieve
ments of war, was the scene on the 8th instant
of a notable conquest of love. The gallant
officers aud crew of this ship have been on a
three years' cruise. They had witnessed Chilean
and Peruvian warfare, and Polynesian barbara
ties, and had just arrived at Honolulu the
happy haven of the roving or cruising American
in the Pacific when one of tLeir number bebeld
a fair, sweet face, and an accomplished young
spirit, and he immediately struck the flag of
his heart, and surrendered at discretion at the
summons of grace and beauty. The gallant
Hinman, in sending news home of the event,
must adopt Ca-sar's famous message somewhat
in this wise : "I came I saw aud I was con
quered." The conquest cum viiiru!" matri,aonli was
consummated by Lord Bishop Willis, of Hono
lulu, assisted by Rev. T. Blackburn. At 1 p.m.
on the Xth instant, the officiating clergymen,
followed by the fair bride, Miss Mollie Coleman,
on the arm of Mr. A. Herbert, the groom, Pay
master F. H. Hinman, escorting the bride's
mother, Mrs. Coleman. the best man, Ensign
C. A. Gove, escorting the Bridesmaid, Miss
Afong. and Miss Ida McKinley escorted by
Master Willie Lawlor, and accompanied by a
party of officers, and ladies an.l gentlemen from
shore, among whom were, II. R. II. Princess
Likelike, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, U. S. Minister
Comley, and Mrs. Comky; Hon. James H. Woile
house, H. B. M. Commissioner, and Mrs. Wode
house ; andU. S. Consul Melvinley, assembled on
the break of the poop; aud, with the star-spangled
banner floating over head, the happy pair were
united in fast hymenial bonds for evermore. Then
followed congratulations, with music and dance
upon the polished deck of the noble man-of-war.
The ship was tastefully bannered aud garlanded,
and the polished guns blending their radiance
with fern, and flower, aud bunting, spoke only
of peace, happiness, and future fruition.
By permission of Captain Gillis, and con
trary to the usual practise of warships, a cabin
suite was placed at the disposal of the fair young
bride, who was thus enabled t accompany her
husband on his homeward voyage. Paymaster
Hinman is the sou of Chief Justice Hinman of
Ohio, and nephew of Hon. Samuel J. Tildeu,
clainfed by his party to have Wen elected Presi
dent of the I'nited States.
f ljf Breeders of horse stock will be interested
n an advertisement by Mr. John A. Cummins,
Which appears in this issue of the Advlktiser.
The stock from the celebrated stallion " Governor
Stanford "' are too well-known to need comment.
"The Stanford colt. " " Treaty," " Katie Lee,"
and other flyers are proofs of this statement,
which all our levers of horseflesh and the racing
fraternity wil. fully endorse. They have been
tried in Larness with good results, and we hope
that many coming seasons will show us good
stock the progeny of this valuable ire.
We have the pleasure to record that no
new cases of small-pox Lave been reported
since our last issue. The prompt measures
taken to prevent any spread of infection
from the man who was taken ill on hoard
the Iwalani appear to have been entirely
On enquiry we learn that there it-ally
was no cause to fear that any of the passen
gers lauded from the Iwalani. before the fe
ver developed itself itself in the case of the
sailor, could have caught the Infection.
Those last landed were people who hid had
the small-pox in Honolulu and were tho
roughly convalescent, and therefore not in
an danger of catching the disease again.
The passengers landed iu the earlier part of
the trip were white people, all of whom
have either had the small-pox or have been
recently successfully vaccinated. Although
the steamer called oil several oi ts on the
return trip in order to uet the mails, the
captain appears to have entirely prevented
any communication between his crew and
persons ashore, or who may have come off
In boats, looking after this matter himself,
so that his precautions might not be ren
dered useless by the folly or willfulness of
any of his hands. We may therefore con
gratulate ourselves that the infection has
been confined to the forward hands who
were quarantined on the reef. It was
amongst these that the three cases (which
broke out In succession a fortnight ago) oc
curred. This is the twenty-fifth day since
any case of small-pox was discovered on
shore. The fact that out of the large num
ber of persons placed under surveillance, as
having run the risk of being infected by the
last cases that occurred in town, all have
passed through the period of quarantine in
Eerfect health, is the best sign we could
ave that the epidemic is at an end.
We regret to have to report that the
fears expressed by us last week, as to the
probability of the death of one of the
patients at the Quarantine Station, were
but too well grounded. Puhi died on
Friday night 5th inst. He was the oldest of
the patients, being a man of 21 years of age.
The two younger men Wahahee ami
Kama, are progressing favorably, and we
hope that next week we- shall be able to
report the Quarantine Hospital wholly
clear of patients.
Some alarm w&s created by a rumor
current on Thursday that live men hail
been discharged from the Iwalani on sus
picion of their having small-pox. Ku
quiries made by the Deputy Marshal
elicited the facta of the case: that of these
five two had had fingers smashed whilst
handling a cart, one had a sore foot, one
had nothing the matter with him, and the
fifth had a feverish attack, which, after
twenty-four hours' surveillance, was pro
nounced by Dr. Ilodgers to have uo con
nection whatever with 6inall-pox.
Post Mortem Examinations.
I feel a deep interest in every occasion of
death in our community, the cause of which ap
parently calls for examination and elucidation,
and remains unexplained; and as I am happy to
number among my recent acquaintances Dr.
Lembick, a recent arrival, who brings a diploma
from the ancient Gothic university of Gubmuh,
which is a guarantee for his high reputation as a
scientist and chemical aualysist, I have persuad
ded the Doctor to assist me in carrying out
certain post mortems, which have escaped the
attention of our esteemed coroner; or had to be
neglected on account of the severe pressure on
his hands of other grave responsibilities attending
public security and welfare. The first case we
took in hand was that of
the Hawaiian hung for murder; said to be tempo
rarily insane iu consequence of heart disease; the
plea denied; and j'et a post mortem refused after
death, to prove whether it was so, or not.
As permission for an examination was refused
by the authorities on the day of the hanging, we
could not expect to get one at this late day. and
so we tried our hand at body snatching. ' It is
not proper that I should detail to you, Mr. Edi
tor, the means I employed to circumvent tin
vigilant guardian of oar prison; or to bribe one I
of his satraps; but suffice, that we exhumed the
bod', and though iu a pretty hard condition for
examination, 'et being fortified with a full bottle
of "three star," which did constant duty, we ex
plored what remained of the remains and found
a heart. I hope we may make the same discov
ery when we come to examine some of our au
thorities, which I hope to do.
Now for Dr. Lembick's opinion; Said he,
"Here is a clear case of cardiacal lithoid, or
stone in the heart.'' That explains then, suid
I, why he dropped stone dead and never quiver
ed a muscle. I have preserved the lithic treas
ure; will have a judge's face carved upon it und
will have it set to wear as a stud on my bosom.
The next case, or cases, we took in hand wen
the small-pox, remains on the sand reef of
It was not difficult to escape the vigilance of the
quarantine argus ; and it was an easy job to scoop
away a foot of sand and get hold of a box.
were astonished at its lightness, but observing
several holes in the bottom, they threw a con
siderable light on the subject. By these holes
the remains had escaped, but we found in their
stead a colony of alkaline infusoria. They were
almost too small for my observation; but the keen
eyed scientist readilj- recognized them, and bring
ing to War a microscopic power of ten thousand
diameters, revealed the wonderful structure of the
minute creatures which had in a very short time
absorbed the small-pox patients. They all ex
hibited such a decidedly various, or variolous
character, that the Doctor shouted "Eureka!"
1 instantly put my hand to his month, for I ex
pected his outcry would bring the quarantine
satellites down upon us. And then he whispered
to me lowly, yet xcitedly; "See, each of these
infusorial, or animacular existences, is a better
and cleaner medium for the transmission of a
variolous virus than th clumsy scab from a
cow's teat or a human shoulder. Let us bottle
these small-pox infusorite. Let us present them
to an enlightened President of the Board ol
Health: to he used as inoculating germs, ami
so spare him all further care alxut vaccine
virus; and he will surely recommend an en
lightened Government to reward the discovery.
And thus will the lost ones, doomed to the
deadly reef, live again amid the blood corpuscles
of their countrymen, who will be guaranteed
against disease by their presence."
We paid another visit to the reef and carried
off a couple of demijohns full of variolop ; infusoria:-.
Our next case in hand was .
who had dropped oft' suddenly. The authorities
had not thought proper to order an examination
in this instance : but I felt that public curiosity,
as well as my own, demanded an investigation.
It was an easy matter in an unguarded cemet. ry
to exhume th body. With the " three-star "
again in hand, the doctor searched closely for
cardiacal conjectures. He found a large and a
strong-fibered heart, notwithstanding the con
ditions of decay. After a close examination
with our blind watchman's lantern, he ex
claimed : " Why, here is a ch ar case of aortal
constriction ; and this man has died of disgust."
That may be, said I, as he was lion-hearted ;
he has, no doubt, sickened at some of the
cruel cravens whom he had to advise.
As we were near a fresh mound, where a per
son much spoken of had been placed, and as I
mentioned some of the circunintances of the
case, the Doctor's curiosity was roused, and
applying lusty arms to the shovel, we came to
the casket that contained tLe remains of
TLe still well-sLaped arms were clasped in pite
ous supplication not surely to human charity ;
but to Divine love. The subdued Doctor,
touched by the expression of agony and heart
break, gently pursued his examination, when he
suddenly exclaimed "My God, there is
neither heart, nor viscera here!" No heart?
No. TLe loving, suffering Leart is with God.
And viscera gone? Yes, they have been torn
away by order of those without bowels of com
passion! But the blood of tLe broken-hearted
cries out from the grave.
And woe to those who, seeking to remove au
obstacle from their path, -crush out OD inn0C9Qt
life, judicially murdered by their pUTSTlit.
e nre I
rc ii.. t repi.iiiLlH for opinl. ns cipreuM'd b
I,il.'tlf . (,.. m I........ . . .11
dis. . -""IU" Wl'lUH IU Mil .T 1UW fJ
cuMoti rf pnl. lie aMsirs from rvery poltil of view.
t orrrvpoiidi'tit will pleao obM-rvv that all letl
luiiM be authentlcatid by tbe names of bi writers, I
tie. eaulv f.r pr.Mi. stu'ti. but as a cusrantev of
7o thr 1'A.Ut f.'.e VarUxe Cotnmcrcin .4.Jierfirr,
Your eonteiiijM.rary seems to W tniitteu all of
a sudden with loyalty. Hitherto the reader of
the (t.i .v hae Weti s. .hired with ft few short
paragraphs feinting to the King's tour but iio
sootier does His Mitjer.tr et fit on European
koil and is received riht royally, contrary totht
expectation and pet hap lioie of your contem
porary and Lis M-t thuu Le come out with fw
gushing sentence!, and parades nearly a Column
of mutter clipped from English newspapern. Lt
me reiu-uk that since tLe King's departure, loy
alists have expected to hear of Hia Maji.tj'a
movements through the column of th leading
journal, und iu this the have not teu disap
pointed. Then tmr.in to show that th Uaxtitt i
veering round and trimming its muIh, ita reader
are treated to, or inflicted with, a whole column
headed " .Vi'i I iogreM of II. R. II. the Princess
Your ont-iiijKiraiy is well gauged br class
of people who tan see Wyond the iiaksI protuoa.
tor v. HawiktK.
T Kl.ix ' thr I'luirlr CominercitU AJvrttser,
Pkk Sik The Council present their comjli
tnt ins, und bc that you will kindly insert the
eiicl.incd account of (he annual tncetiug.
I remain very faithfully yours,
F. Petaik, Hon. Sec
Victoria Institute or Phihmoj.hical Society of
Great Britain. 7, Adelj.hi Terrace, London,
W.C. June 30lh, 1881.
Science and the Bible.
The Annual Meeting of the Victoria Philosoph
ical Institute of Great Britain took pise at
the llonne of the Society of 'Arts, London, on ths
30th of June, the Right Hon. the F.arl of Shsftoa
bury, K. G., in thn chair. The meeting was
very full; attended. Pri r t.i the delirery of the
nddresn, On the Credibility of ths Super
natural, " by the Riht Hon. the Lord O'Neill, tho
honorary secretary. Captain F. Pctrie, read ths
report, from which it appeared that the total
number of members wns now upwards of 00,a
greater number than u-iml, especially of colonial
supporters, l aving joined in the punt year,
during which papers and short communications
written in furtherance ol the Society's objects,
namely, the investigation of philosophical and
scientific questions, especially those said to
militate ngmnst the truth of Revelation; had
been contributed hy several leading men uf
acience, including Lis Grace the Duke of Argyll,
K. G., K. K. S.. Sir J, Fuyre, F. It. S., Pro
fessors Stoken, K. It. S , Boyd Hawkins, F. It.
S., J. W. Dawson, F. H. S., Nicholson, F. It. S.
K., Balfour Stewart, F. It. S., Mr. J. tfateman,
F. It. S , und other Fellows of the Royal Society,
beeide I'mlerror Hughes, Dr. Rassam, and
otheix. I l.e report closed witb a special tribute
to the uevtrpaper proas. The treasurer's report
showed thai a cmixiderable advance bad been
made hy the liiHtitutn. Amongst the speakers
were Sir II. Darkly, K. C. Ii., U. 0. M. 0., F.
K. S , wli.i strongly urged that tbe Society'
mode of fully ami impartially investigating
scientific questions was of special importance ;
the Christian philosopher noca never fear for the
results of invent igntions so conducted, for tbe
Books ol Nature and Revelation bad the same
author, and if the- former were fairly and impar
tially inquired into, the result would not clash
with the latter. Mr. J. K. Howard, F. R. S.,
Mr. A. McArtluir. M. IV, the Master of the
Charterhouse, and others, having spoken, the
meeting adjourned to the Museum, where refresh
ments were served.
Horse-racing in Honolulu.
The appreciation of the sport of horse-racing is
a long way from being general in Honolulu. The
weather is suitable for this particular recreation
all the year round, and that, pel haps, is a causa
that there is uo set time to indulge in racing.
The 11th of Juno being a general holiday, is
always looked upon as a race day, aud th
Glorious Fourth is always embraced as an tp
portunity, by those who have lost on Kameha
meha Day, to try again, and have their revenge.
Still, matches continue to W made at all kinds
of odd times. On the :ioth of July quite an
attractive programme was set forth and per
formed before a very sparse attendance. On
the i'th instant a so-called race) took place, in
which only one lunse appeared, the only wit
nesses Wing the judges, st trier and stable-Wys.
Again, there is still another mutch, one which,
if set down for a proper racing day, would Lea
source of great attraction: this is Wtween the
celebrated trotting horses Commodore and
Oliver. Now, what is the result of all this ?
It is certainly not beneficial to owners of stock,
neither is it remunerative to the Park Associa
tion. In connection with the race that took
place ou the t'th, and also the one arranged for
the 23rd, it was the wish of the Directors of the
Park Association to have these events take
place ou the 2nd proximo, the birthday of
II. 11. II. the Princess Itegent. Iu order
to i nforce this w ish, which would have
been for the benefit of the public generally, and
without detriment to owners of horses matched
to run. a refusal of the track on the 9th was
mad" by the President to those interested, and,
in conseipieiiee of this announcement, one party
threw his horse out of training, ami considered
the match off on that day. Prior to this an
lKMincciiient, the sum of $."00 a-side had Wen
placed iu the hnndsof a responsible stakeholder,
with copy of the agreement duly signed, to
run on the ;Hh. The owners of Iloioping Girl
oil, turned to work, and, at the eleventh hour,
that is the morning of the '.'th, they obtained ft
written permission to use the track, provided it
was agreeable to Wth parties to run ou that day.
In virtue of this, one of the parties appeared at
the appoint" .1 hour, and walked his animal
over in the presence of a very select few. A
purse of Sl.'MMI was handed to the rider of
Bomping Girl, and there the affair ended. It is
rather premature to predict what will take place
on the 23rd in regard to the great trotting race,
but it is . known that the track has been paid
for, for the purpose of trotting m that
day ; and, barring accidents, it may be
expected that the purse of 12, 0o0 will be
handed t the owner of the winning horse. But
does nil thi . ..im , nit to horse rucitig in the true
acceptation of the word? This sort has been
transplanted from lauds where the Anglo Haxou
race reigns supreme, and should W pursued in
the same honorable spirit as it is in the East.
Why not organize a Jockey Club? If properly
floated and conducted, and there is so
reason to think it would be otherwise, it would
give an impetus to the sport and tend to prevent
any sharp practice such as h is been current late
ly. Instead of these impromptu matches'," made
more with the object of moiii) making than the
desire of sport, why not have two or three meet
ings a j ear? If the gentlemen who own race
horses and patronize the sport will only put their
heads together the public may soon expect to see
the Club established. The Association might be
induced to dispose of the track if a fair offer were
made for it, and then people would W spared
hearing the bickerings constantly made about
when it can be had and w hen not. Once placed
in the hands of a shrewd and speculative com
mittee, the lovers of racing might expect to see a
proper Grand Stand; an artesian well; a roller
constantly moving round the track and grass
where sand is now seen. The impression is that
the day is not fur distant when a Hotel will Ijo
seen in th park grounds in the vicinity of the
beach and a tramway laid from the city to con
nect with the same.
Sale or fine Horse Stock to Messrs. James
Dodd & James Campbell of Honolulu. Mr. S.
C. Bowley formerly of Rowley Bros, and now
Auctioneer and Salesman with Mr. M. E. AI
baugh reports the following important sale at
their Stables, 411 & 4114 California street, on
Tuesday the ltb inst. vix: Ibe celebrated
Trotting Stallion Vcnture'sired by old Bel
mont, for $1145 also another trotter for $300,
ana a magnificent Trotting Gelding (name re
served) who carries a record of 2min. 2Cj sec.
The above stock are on exhibit at Mr. M. fi. A1-.
baugh 's Sales Stables for a few days prior to
their shipment per next Australian "steamer to
tbe fine pastures of Mr. James Campbell in Hon
olulu. Mr. S. C. Bowley commends them to tbe
particular notice of bis numerous friends lo lloti
olulu. Pacific Life, July 2Ztd.