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T"- ruM l v:i'i'iiVi'p real estate
st ;'. :mJo-iiiii ii, an 1 the stock salt'
:t I) ..MS I'.v M'"- ,1a,(,u flt '-' "u
Hand at r.ii'iim Sfjiuiri at -:'.W.
(! i pel Toi.'.pertiiieu Mo-'tins, at
Neth.n'wtiy. s't 7:"0.
li-thcl: Rev. N. C. Damon. U a.m
Fort S. t'hure'i, l!;v. !. A. Ciu-
rttii. monuii'j ami evening.
St ".iHlri'v's ('ntlimli.'il: Hcv. C!.
'nli,ifi morning and cvemng.
BUILDINGS FOR (JO.NTP.ACT-
iluw-iiiaua ami l'ojtncui'so uhould
as far ns possible lie placed in
del idled or semi-detached cottageB,
a.-il crtainly not moie than two
families in i-o;iii-det.it!icrt cottages, i
l.ar,;er buildings to contain more
tliim two families arc extremely un
healthy in the 11 -t place, anil
M'l-orifily. inevitably lend to quarrels
In'twoen (lie occupants on tlu child
ren's account, bcsii'i's tending to do
AW'i.v with that feeling of privacy
t:ut' should ho eneourngod ntii)
J:ept .sieivd in the bosom of ever
Tm' Chinese, owing to their fond
ness for herding together, and being
In most ea'es unmarried, may he
kept in linger houses, if not more
than 'JO or 2." are kept in one build
ing. Where moio than this number
are horsed together one man may,
by i'i'i noisy conduct, ro disttith the,
res', during the night in to prevent
their sleeping, and so lender them
Until for woik in the morning.
In all case the varied nationalities
MigV to be kept distinct. Separate
pail'i of the laborers' (piarters ought
to be .'is-igni'il to each.
Kadi house should have a wide
Verandah to it ; I his is indispensable.
t is n Refill
incase of families ) e-,
in extension of quarters,
Jind in all c.i'-ts iihonM
IwmM !.o iwiwl lo i
hang up the working ch.ihe-, in on
returning; fioiu woik. as these are
Almost constantly wet, and ikkung
in the sleeping apartments render
them unhealthy from the steam
thirh ar'iKis fiom them.
hi tin; nmjority of the quarters
iit-l by the. (.'oinmissioners on
Uieir last tour of inspection there is
h delieieuey of room, but in all cases
ilu iliiutei'.t have e pres(d them
helvca laoiably to providing more
ro'jm. and eeinaf that the lahoiers
lieeji theinsehcs more cleanly.
The ft'i2cstion of Ir. Cleghoin
that the laws in regard to space for
fa'-h a lull in the laborers' quaitcrs
and ihe w.ifrcs of contract laborers
lie punted in Knirlisli, Hawaiian.
J'or'.usticsc and ('hinese and posted
ill c tiixpiciious places in the labor
ers' quarters, h an cvci'Ilent one.
find will cive great satisfaction when
carrcd out, as iulended by the
In every case the appointment of
tin Inspector General has given
fjreat pleasure to the planters who
nrc now sure of Inning wiine one to
Jidviso them on the requirements of
the law, and to suggest to them im
jirpvciiicnls in the condition ol the
JuhorcrH. Where things are not in
bh good a !tato as they ought to be
it Im in most
cases the result of
Ignorance, rather than of ril fulness.
Ar K. V. Adams' regul.tr cash
tah- on Thuusday, a large number of
fitiicilul in tides in tin were sold,
(nmiit, ladled' ntid'getitlonicn's lints,
nc(...iccit, shoes, iK.u. We hear that
thuru iiro iio lens than three tin wed
dings coining off shortly when these
things will no doubt lw used ns
1!mmrr Ptnunvft f!nnrAvt
v i,,,i wm cyV(. n roucert this
afternoon, ut Kimnn Sjii:vi e, at, I :!'0
o'clock. The following is the pro-
Uicinirr; ISelV-nrln. . . ..Omiic!ll
rinnli Altlla.. Vcnll
Si'li-itiim--IJkirlier of Seville Ito-isini
tli r.. ( m Si,mNh .MelfiilU-, iil'vn .Itfllc
Wall.- The Klowcr .Show, new .. .t'oole
I'olka The ArtUl, new CViote
Tin Geuiian bark IViho clrareil
from Hongkong ou July 28th for
The clipper schooner Ilaleakala
will leave for Ililo direct on Monday
the lKth hist, at ! p.m.
Tin: Band will give an extra con
wrt on .Monday evening, Sept. 18,
at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
A nice second hand I'luuton for
sale at I'hll. Stein's Cnrriago Shop.
A C'hiucHc express driver driving
into a yard oivTIunsday night near
ly knocked the. top of his express off.
Yi:stckiav at the "Portuguese
dqiot fivo of the immigrants were
detailed for tooth drawing.
Tun mail tor San Francisco, per
Kalakaua, closes at the Tost Olllcc
at ID a.m.. All letters marked "per
Kalakaua" will be forwarded.
Mk. Cim'zam will preach Sunday
at Kort St. Clinrch at the usual
hour In the evening the series on
the tongue will be continued, subject
"Mtudrug the Mouth."
A srr.or.STioN has been made to ns
that all Chinese laborers ought to lie
provided with a copy of their con
tract in Chinese. Will some of our
readers inform n9 whether this is
done already or not ?
A raid on a Chinese gambling
house was made yesterday by Capt.
Mehrtens and Vchllielir. The lay
out and 2 men were captured. Three
others escaped but are known. The
house is on Hotel street and can be
seen from the upper windows of the
Ax inquest was held yesterday nn
Mm limlv (if ITmiru nnnfn Infn
ht,,wnrrt ' (f thp Qberon. nawl 3fi
years, before Mr. Dayton as coroner,
finrl lhn ffl!fiuinn' ir.iiitlomnn na n
i " r,--.v-
jury: II. aterhonse, S. Sebg, J.
II. ItrmiK. X. Clifford, J. Weik and
K. M. Nordherg. The evidence
showed that the deceased was a very
steady man, and had not drunk any
thing either on shore or on board
ship till on Wednesday night, he
took a couple of glasses of whiskey
punch in company with some fi tends
at the Keystone Saloon. He left
there sober or appearing so at 1 1 :.$0
p.m., and was not heard of till yes
terday morning, when his dead body
was found fl. citing alongside the
Custom House wharf by the two
prisoners which sweep the wharves.
No maiks of violence were found on
the body when examined by Dr.
McKibbin. The jury returned a
verdict of accidental death by di own
ing, .mil requested the leporters
ptcfcnt to urge, through the public
press, the need of additional lamps
on the wharves and the addition of
a cap-piece along the whole edge of
the wharves about 1 1 inches high
and 12 inches thick, as these would
tend to pi event the accidents which
happen from time to time.
To fiivr. some idea of (he way in
which the Portuguese immigrants
arc treated at the depot the follow
ing fact. may he of interest : Knelt
adult gets in the morning 1 quart of
coffee and as much biscuit as they
requite, and similar quantities of tea
and biscuit in the evening. At noon
one loaf of bread is served out fur
each soul, even to the babies in
limn, a half pound of boiled beef
without bone and a quart of excel
lent soup. K very day milk is sen
ed out to lliu childien, and three
times a week bananas for them alo.
Tobacco and soap me served out
three times a week; sugar, rice, Ac.
ate served out whenever asked for.
It took Ju Sunday lust 1,500 lbs. of
beef and 'JUtiii loaves ol nrcau to
feed them, and thu same proportion I
is ordered evemlav now. i),.. i
is nimiui upuij now. in.
rrotiflscau visits theiu every day and
slays from G to !l A.M.
Wo hear Hint' the steam roller fa
broken and now lies on .School ssreet.
Capt. Mehrtens yesterday arrested
a Chinaman on hoard tlu Anna at
the suit of ('. Brewer & Co. for re
fusing u perform hW contract. On
scaichlng him at the station house u
small quantity of opium was found
It seems a strange thing that the
furniture for the J'alace should been
bought out of the- country when we.
hear that now it has arrived that it
very much poorer In quality than
could have been purchased without
leaving the tow n. It is u shaniu that
the country's money should lis spent
in other countries if as good or
better ai tides can be got at home.
Tun latest patent for producing
idiocy in the shortest time has ar
rived here. " If a hunter sees a
squirrel on a tree and the squirrel
stalls to run around the tree, and
the man trying to get a shot goes
around too, until they both get
around to the points from which
they started, has the inan gone
around the squirrel?" If any man
asks you the above question brain
him with a stuffed club immediately,
as he is slowly but insidiously pre
paring your road to the lunatic
Wr have been shown some beauti
ful photographs of landscape views
of Ulupalakua Plantation-thc Makec
Plantation on Maui. This planta
tion luv been planted ivilh eucalyptus-
and every known species of
pine and cypress. These give the
place quite a different aspect from
the rest of the island and form an
interesting feature in the pictures.
There arc views of the croquet
ground, Prospect Hill, the old mill,
thcinaiisolcum, the wonderful cyprcso
avenues, Miss l?oe Makec sur
rounded by the pastoral stock, and
numerous others. These icwsmay
he inspected at the establishment of
the photographers .T. Williams & Co..
Fort street. (
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
Tliis Dtty, Saturday,
September UHli, at 12 noon,
First Eegular Stock Sale
At D.tIilV Stables, Fort Mrcct,
fi Fine (Vjrl ij.'c IIot'cs,
fl V11 broken Saddle Hordes,
Double and Single Harnesses.
Terms fa-li, upon the fall of the
E. P. Aims, Auctioneer.
This Day, Saturday,
Sept. 10, at 12 noon, at Sales Room,
I5y (I ii ction of Stephen Spencer, llic
mortgagee iiiiiiictl In a ecitnin indenture
ol morlpiKe, dated Dec. Htli, 1670, made
by Kimo Kuni to i-nid Stephen Spencer,
1 am directed to -cll all the rllil, title
and IntctcM of slid Kimo Knai, in and
in Hint ceilaln
PSECE F LAND,
Situated in Kaliilioarii, Aula,
mid mniepartieiiliirlyile-crlbod In ISnjnl
Pateiii Xn. mini, mill cnnt.iliilm; un nren
ot Ci( 100 of an aeic.
Tor fill titer parlicul.iis apply In Cecil
Itiown, Attorney for Mortgagee; or In
I".. P. Aims, Auctioneer.
THIS DAY SATURDAY,
Sale of Ileal lv-tate by order of the V.
S. Consul, belonging to HieJielrs of the
liite.l.lt Price, alias JJulfurd, dcceacd,
A t 12 M., al SiiIim Itoum, 1 will sell at
Public Auction the following propel ty,
belonging to mid cMnte, i.i 1 llouc
iiiid Lot situated on Palace Walk,
loimerly a pan of the ltnyal School pie
inUc", eninevcil by J. ()', Domini", Ad
mlnisirator Ktnic Kiiinelianielia IV, to
I). C. Waleiman, mid by him J. II. Pi ice.
The propeitv Is subjict' to a niorigagn of
PiSE OF KULA AND HALO LANS !
In Maklkl miIU-v. adluluiuu anil be
low the. hind of II II Parker, containing
niwut :y, acres, iieing a portion oi lauu
' nvejed to Kahlwa by Royal Paten,
-I'',':), m,d by the laitir t . . as R Price
Vcims ca h; deeds at the expense of
E. P. Adams, A;,c.'r.
Wii lcaiii that Mr. C. Hammer,
harness maker, was- presented with
a handsome gold watch and chain,
and a medal suitably inscribed by
Mr. S. Peterson. The. icasonof the
gift was Mr. Hammer's philanthropic
aid to Mr. Pprcrson and others of
his Norwegian countrymen. We nrc
happy to record such cases of grati
tude. jftKOlt 1IILO D I UK CIV
& The clipper
Will sail for the above port on Monday,
the IStli instant, nt-1 p. m,
For freight or passage apply to C. Afong
or to the Captain on. boaul. till) 26
VyAXTr.D, A YOUNG GIRL, or a
V T middle aged person, experienced
in general house work, sewing, and at
tending (.iiitilrun, Apply lo No. !l
School strett lfiClw
7"ANTJ:i) FlItST-CLASS KN
i GlNI-Tl'K. to rim a sugar mill,
10 1 1 w Apply to C. IHIKWEH & Co.
Six Sheep Shearers
If. IIACKFKLD & Co.
J- M- MONSARRAT,
A1TOIINKY AT LAW and Notary
Real Estate In any part of the Kingdom
bought, sold Him rcased, on
Losns negotiated, Ignl Documents
Diawn commissions moderate.
No. 27 Merchant st. (Gns-cttc Block),
l!Hi Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands-
LOOK AT THIS I
Patent Spring Horse Shoe.
A' GENUINE IMPROVEMENT on
All persons owning a Good Horse, and
who care for their comfort, are in.
vlted to examine this New
Shoe, at Ihe Stoic of
E. 0. HALL & SON,
Captain . McCullough
Arrived this day,
75 Boxes of Superior Fresh
10G 1t For salo by HOLLES & Co.
GENUINE SUGAR BAGS
ALSO, RED STRIPE J)
Far superior to any blue striped in the
lilfS maikct. It
V7"ILLIAM AULD, Agent lo
TT take Acknowledgments to Ci.n
tracts for Labor for the Distiict of Kona
lhlnnil of Oahii, at tlio olllcc of the Ilono
lulu liter Woi ks, foot of Nuuivnu st.
ArOTIcr.-The undersigned has RP.
1 MOVED HIS OFFICE, from No.
fil King street, lo No. !l(l Niiuami street,
next to i. Alilo. I
11.1 2w JLASF.U.
"XTOTICK-On and after the 1st day of
lr Octolicr next, all Outstanding Ac-1
counts will be picscntrd at the end ol
each month, '
N.H. Cthh sales of over $5.00 will ic
ceivc Ihe liquid discount of !l per cent.
A. M. MP.LL1S, 101 Forl.Rt.
Honolulu, Sept. -1, 1862. 185
O LCT'Rvo" CO'ITAGES,' i a" ii
L coniiilniinr 7 rooms, with slablbi"
andiury eonveiiicnce, situated on the.
Plains, about 1 mile from town. Water
laid ou. For p.iniculais apply to
HCIlia At E. O. Hall & Son's.
.1 Atiph to
a M ULE ('A II T.
.t Appl to
nj'. 11. Hachfchl & Co.
,.-....,,: ., ;!nilI,I1Tynv
I iti-S'li. JI. RUlJhRJStJN,
rc45W Drayman-brst tennis
In town. Telephonf. N. (ir. 15
Wr. an- greatly Indebted ioMo-s. ( - "SAT A nOITroXS to mtr fornicr
,, , ,. ? loci., c Sue, Kalakaua, mid (at
7. A . Ilohcilson ,& Co. and Capt. jtydnej, o
Mcculloch, for supplying wUli(&llp ohniidlory & Ship Stores:
CaHI'on.m papers of the 20th Aug. ( CohIuki hoiiip -Mniiiln. colion duck,
Yesterday we extracted from llieui , Pla c.iiimis, llux mil twine, lievswax,
as mnch-as our space would allow. 'K i &,.
Club liloekn, Fiiatch blocks, row-locks,
Iron-strap blocks, mast beads, shleves,
Mctallnc and patent bushlngv
Slockliobn tar, nltcli, coal tar, tar oil,
Plight and black varnishes, wherlgglnj
.Miiillnc, seizing luatsellne, ratlin,
Spunyarii, caulking irons, copper tncks,
lion tacks, eoniicctlng links,
Marl in spike, caulking mallets,
.Mast hoops, liiuid spikes, pitch mops,
Tar brushes, &c.
Paints and Paint Oil, a full assortment
of all kinds and colms;
Pacific ltubber Paint, a new lot, includ-
all the various colors;
finishes Paint P vainlsli, pencil, whltc
wsslir paste, artNl, shoe, set lib, ami
msli a good assortment of each;
Axes and hatchets, wood and shingling;
Ship lanterns and side-lights the Regu
lation in tide.
Groceries and Provisions.
A full assortment of line giorcrlc, In
cluding some choice vat idles of
Table pic fiults, jams and jellies, a now
m tide, put up by a new llrni, aiKl
we can highly recommend them as
being something really nice;
A new lot of Teas, including some supe
rior Japan varieties;
Sugar TU'llned and law;
Hams, bacon, hud, smoked beef, In tins,
Curried fowl, curried oysters,
Plum pudding, kits salmon bellies,
Kits mackerel, kits tongues and sounds,.
Codllsb, cheese, Oxford sausage, In tinsr
itaisins, in 4, i.f and Jij boxes;
Haisins, in tins; currants in 4 fc 71b tins
Pickles, in 1 gal., gul., (ps, & fi gal kgf
Com starch, tipincu, vermicelli,
.Macaroni, dried apples, prunes, plunis,
peaches and pears.
FLOUR AND RREAD.
Golden Gate extra family, Eldorndo,
Golden City, Gnliam, out and coin meal
Medinni hrca(fk assorted crackers,
Gliigr snaps, tally, saloon pilot bread,
Soda biscuits, vice and codec,
Whale anil sperm oil.
Sperm candles, -Is and tts.
All oftic above trill be sold at the
Jhst Jfarl'et J'atcs,
Eiiycrs are most respectfully invited to
call and examine our'stock.
B0LLES & CO.
THANKFUL for that liberal patron
age which has been c.Mcnded to
the unildsigned, rendering It necessary
to enlarge his Piloting Department and
move lo more spacious quarter., ho
would respectfully infoun the public of
its change to
No. 6 Kaahumanu Street,
(Flltner's old st.uid, and nioro icccntly
occupied by Mr. Jlnv Kckait), adioltiiiij;
Th eo. II. Davics' olllcc, where all work
In the several branches of
News, Book & Joh Printing
Will tie attended to faithfully, and
in a itylc ol art infciiof
The Bindery Department
At the Old Strati on Meiehant Mart, has
icccntly recehed additions of New Ma
chinery, for expedition and pcrlectinn of
woik, "and is wliollv cairicd on by ex
perienced Foielgn Woikmcn,
Perforating, Ruling, Paging,
Mnthling, Gilding and Finishing,
j Ei ruled in a manner cfpial to any olTlco
on llic coast
17!Mm THOS. G. THRUM.
rEAClIER OF ELOCUTION PH.
JL vale Lc.i-.oiis given,
Altcrnoim and cMiiiu-j cla-scs, for girls,
boys, and ladles.
A limited niiiii her of boaiding pupils,
will bo received. Application can bo
made al No 0 Kukui sued, fiom 10 to
12 n. m. 1!I5 "w
ripWO OFFICP.S TO LLT, on the sec-
i nail iloor of the building occupied
by J. W. Robertson & t 'o j;hi
Elegantly Furnished Eooms
TlOR FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN.
X TLK.MEN, with all the convenien
ces and comforts of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms arc large and well ventilated.
Tormc, Strictfy Modorate.
Comer of Hold and Alnkea streets.
i .AWV&. F0' R-vm: or i.ease-a
;fl--v,'2"i'" " Jiuimlng mid Oui!:o.ises.
i tj-i--b iv.t ilc-l.alilu noie lonnerly
Vf"l,!Vl1 -X 'licsr, t Watohlnu.
Hawaii. l-'or pailiculars apnlv to L
'lumcr. WUoLlim; or lo A. l. ('Whom
fc Co., Tlon llnlii. lUi tin
li&'-VW" " Ihilhllng mid Oiii'm.ises.
i tuai-U iv.t ilc-l.iililu noie lonnerly
i.tcupicd by L. Turner, at Wtiluhimt,