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k4j iw fnSjr due, irffl iyt.t tro a litUt Hit ir
ca no exTct to txrmiiiw' tttj lriA th
cJdfct oetiae cm tbe lrt InU, and t-mifto tbe nm
rjjfftl.OS., F. . rrUt, ,,, toist tb mirb.rr.
'5T1 Iwk OotDvt U boy 40 dr a wit froca brr,
Nu4 tir b looked lor la about a wrk.
' &Tbn Lark Clara JL So.H is mmr.T k-wIM, ebic-flr
TwlthNcwl gitjai. u4 b ftnlr waiting tkv arriral
e-f &.. C-Crxotj, who U daHj exrvclM fmn
ta?iVancisco totalr cezamxed, vhta ahe H1 aail
' V$ Tt bark Camden aM Ijt Twlalct oq th 30th
.JtwiUi carptt of agr aaj nolum.
jBpn Hawaiian Urk MaiwaW anirrf toir, 3
jairxwa Victoria, vith Lumber to tow-tt 1 CVx
ffPrra Lmfcm to TekoaanM. la Jpo, H elTi
tbowaad five l.aidrfcl an4 ntoe tsIIrA, rt 5afs, aad J
Ute-Teran Uaiitjdv. rrom 'w York rv 5a P
nioin to the Maw place m ouJj k-h Uouh1
Ifiro Ibuodrrxl aifi tvo&tjr u1m. aad th wrajr
lorcBTic tweatv-aix dajs. Hw ttffrrrac ta fVtvr tV
- thtuclud Sutr ia afln a thrr Uwaad coe
.fcsadrrd aod oift.tx-ata axi, and in tint thirty.
tout dara, Tb iiszaaro Zixxa VjttXaa tjtKfc'
canal to ha&fitai. io China, U ten thwauoad fcor
b v&drrd aad alxtT-nui mSb. wbB freta A- Ytct,
bj vayof fan rraocipca. It U Calr i:bt UtooMa4'
thr fatudrrd and CAj-fir zaHra ; nwting in rnt
f dktaace tlM dliTereor in iinr uT t American
Jlhiatf cwUtowtandiiipandtdand fonrtrea mllrs.
Vpsti the ea&U&gencjr qf aor accaieat ucrnrrui
to tat canal, w ui.w tbo orcnrirucy of war. brvMen
ith cuaftl Bar be dmctl t ft trv! of th
diytaM fro& Luodon vcM W incmurd four ibvn !
and tiffet hoc Jre. niS tooacbof tkaUTPJjKM: 1
'thedataace Jajma XaOoUoo wiM I ixtrfi
thousand Ihrr hnndrrd andai&c -w1ul tb !
fittihAd rwim rttin. hj Mil FrinrkM td Tit '
would be twl imn thwan4 fit bnadrrd and tn. !
tTiaOe; and npon la un du ta dntance frees
Laadn to Oun woW b T.a tWtoaad tw
hnndmt and aiit j-b4m milea, tbe Mtmfn tkat
erratic in fT.wrf the Aneramarteaixthott.
- The TaUo W Ue China and Jp tra ta Ix4oo !
alono ta toasaadauu, kt are jean jjmaeHaUrtj
pneedias 1M0, wa crer 2LXtXX0wv
A vritar In tbe rKtvfcorgk CMnerraal j that
catbolctcf April Ut tnefuor pwoaaal itrvlonra
porta cf Ecwpc had .-n UaaJ a le atocc than oe the
prenco year by SIA bbb : the hck at New Yotk
. ana rhBaddphta u et bj 10U.IMS bM.: tke sfcvfc
tritthrc ttd the wrlU mm 1u br ItWc,
jtnaUnr a toul nUlics off ia the f XVM
'bbi Tlrt pmlnctan dartae; the-past year ha arer
avd.aWct 9JKIQ bhU. per dar. while tbeMTim
tmT at leaf 1 bbta Uence iU inferred that
there vffl 1 a rve m oU, oil lands, and oil Uxt.
iBBer)eaa commerce with JQraail U enutaatlj
innfiniltt importaaca. and the ateam line between
'ewlork aad Ca de Janetro i aaid to rnej' a ln-
raUTe trade. .
jLaa&tc fitbmonfer was latclr arreeted fdrhay
fixL7ne extreme penalij ia twestr pound terl
tn fjr eocb ahrimp The prvrctiu nM be bad
eminted the ahruata and fjand there were SIML and
claimed that the attendant ootbl tobe nd JC4e,SWU '
ThiT'nagiartraiea. bewerer. remitted XtTfO ct the 1
penaitT and need tbe oBeooer twentj lullinv
I Port of llonolala, Aapnf t 4.
jiolj -S Schr VTanrKk, tram ySMkMi.
3-fchr Ka racket, fiva Kosa.
30 Schr y-rj, fnxn Aaabaia.
SI Schr Hbj IIa. fruca YTaQica.
.fchr UBb, froea MaMaL
Schr Alan nakavmU Xrara Hui.
Asg 1 f raw KRanea, frvca visdant Ivru.
rciir KaauHa, ban Malakal.
Sir trararict, tntm MalaLaL
ScLr ArtiT. ftam HUa.
S-ScbC Eal Lea, (ran Hits.
ckr Aasia, tnco UKa.
Stiir UatiWa. froca SaamSiaa.
JS Scar Mazy, baa NBi.BL
' - t-Srfe KasMi, fhaa KxhuM.
Stir iAla, froca UanalaL
llr. tartlaadoa, Bc!nUa, 2 daja
Iroca TVtdcia. B. C.
f ,-Sir Wai-ai.-k, far UoiotaL .
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Aoj. 1-J-chr Knoa Paclf I, . Ko. "X
Schr Uattic, far .airlOL
'. Scot 31aanokairatfar llaaa.
Schr Lata, foe HatakaL . ,
chr ActiTf, fvr Xabala.
Str EBaaaa. fjr viadvard JvrU.
ScfcrlUrOda, f.T Xudaa
4 chr Kala Im, f-- Ialr. aad Xakia'a.
tchr Trrta, far Xakaa.
fCBTKaaBa. tx MaiakaL
Mir Starr. f.c XavttvflL
Schr Sfarj- EUn, for U9a.
Uav barkJIacBaloa, Kaiating, for I
Fta Ttllllir. W T.-jrr CaaiJeivJalj S3 laaafi
H UaU, J F KtaaedT.
Fra Vnrvaav Poars per KBuwa, Aaron S
Bex 0 taaoo and .iff. Mrs (VnnIL Marr
Cjjro.fH. Oerawea, Jta Iliads. J W H
p V DO DTC. " !
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rea Tllllirt, W. X. far Camcea, Jclj SJ
OoCJi 4JT ,StkIr. lbs
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.rnner of Jmre 4th. has the WrOwin? item:
rr Ana nf f Ko Ivte nftmin I
' tin, from Chicago, a night or two since, had
something of ia exciting time. Araorsg
the "paiseosers was an insane woman, who,
in charge olf friends, was being brought to
this cttv. J ce woman was so quiet issv
her rjnardiaas somewhat relaxed their vigi-
Uace, wneu suaaemy uiev u.crcu t x carfen spot has been pur
she was missing. At once search was i . , " ' ,, . . ....
Seroh 3 par of the boat, but J ffoa Fa street, which is betngrap
wUboats. arSit was feared that the ! f 'f'
vroraan, taking advantacc of ihe moment Sported pUnts, trees and shrubs.. The So-
when not walcoco, caa jnmpea ovenwara
nod was lost. As this conclusioa was ar- ;
rvred at. one of the sailors discovered, I
through the darkness of tfce nighta stnga- j taTC public spirit enough to sustain its con
Jar object on the walking beam of the boatJ bj prompt payment of its annual
Lights were Drougai. wneu n v. j
ixiav me uwc.k u wmw w
woman. She sat on the walking-beam as
a Udj worJd sit oo o side saddle, aad ap
pwtd to take extreme defight ia beinr
"borneop and down with it Ilow she had
snccseded ia retting on the beam a most,
dangerous position could not be imagin
The passeegers flocked atoctclvj
ed, l ne passeegers uwacu awuh
to the' delight of "the nnfortooate wotnan,
who acted tnore and more recite- every
lament as she saw she was watched, and
jUTwas feared she would fall from her.Seat
rrhonir the inachioerT and be crnshed to I , , , ,
rWtrT UW4""r. Insure the safety of the prisoners. The old
IVthe time a heaw seajras rnnninr. j Lock-np. of wood, was often In need of re
"and'the boat la in snch a position that if i pairs, through the nse of water to keep the
the engine was stopped it endangered her cells clean, the Soaring and, sals becoming
jafetrJ" It was slowed, however, as cinch -treat-by decay. The greatest uneasiness of
sail was considered safe ; ax this the woman
appeared inairBani Hadeio".
her body as aboTwiH with a'rockicg horse
wia.v..". . I
tVUtUelurmed. expecting that every
moment would witness the woinan cist be-
low. A short consultation was held, when
the passengers were reqoested to move
away, wnVththej did. Then several strong
aroiid sailors, after several attempts, see-
ceeded in raping the woman as ice waia- .
ing-bean earae down, aad rescned her.
ranch to her own regret. n-t
safe, every one on the boat, who expected
to see InshtfBl development to the scene, :
n. - v,;(,m i
Si . Xew York got '
K-Af into trouble by carrying two wive$.
A Western editor replies or asfartng ua
coatemporarr thatagood many men bar!
dene the same thing by raarryicg one. A
Northern editor reports that quite a num
ber of his acqrsintances fonod troubie
eaocgh by barelT promisinc to narn'.with
ost going anv farther. A Soothera editor
'savs'tbat a." friend of his was bothered
enough when simply found in company
with another man's wife.
rxirtiui xt un. aa-in sera, eaouxc
For the month of July.
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Plows cf thoilooaforthe ncctii of August.
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The ttrazaer uittn nill Uv c
dsr for rcpilrs, and will reside her trips for
windward porta on tbe lTlh Ictt.
The Mooongo is expected to trrire at M
kee'fc LaodiDC, o'a-bcr psfage down from
nnaii, on Sttsrdaj next, and will remain
there a. few di rs.
Ptrsosai. Bj- the JIaSie, lut Sttnrdar,
Ills ExSrCiKanoa, Corcrnor of Kacil, took
pasgrj!br that Island. The Attorney Gen
eral and Mr. T. Harris also went in the refrH
srl to attend the Court which opened jester
daj at She Cosrt IlQnce in XawiUwilL Bv
the-JTce Xre, GoTerrjorjDomiuis returned on
Snndaj morning- from ManL
The Ca valet The Hawaiian Caralry
turned out on Friday last, and spent the daj
on VTaikiU Plains in drill and pastimes. Ke
frcfhmenta were prorided in tents, which
had been pitchtd near the parade cround.
The companies were prettj well represented,
and the daj passed without any accident be
yond a fall or two from horses, while leaping
the ditch. In the afternoon, ther paraded
through the town. The Cavalry make a very
rood show in their tora-outs, and both offi
cers and men take pride in their organization,
and in their drill.
Assessors 'oticc The Assessor re
quests as to say that the notice of last week,
deferriBg the return of blanks to the J!nt c
SrpttmUr, had no reference to the returns by
Konohikia of horses and cattle upon the
lands under charge, or to the returns to be
made by tire officers of military or f re com
panies. Those returns arc, seeded nor, and I
the parties required by the law to make them I
are requested to do so without delay. All .
persons returning blanks will please deposit
them in a box prepared for their reception,
in the hall on the lower floor of the'Cosrt
bosse. Hosolclc Rtrixs. This Company, (the
oldest volunteer military organization In our
City), was out on Monday evening for a
march-drill through the streets. The fine
moonhght, and the cool air.xnake the even-
IngSj at this season of the year, the most
comfortable time for out-of-door drilL The
!iii r . .. .
In an appearance on public occasions, but, ,
we hear, are now re-organizing, and Lave .
fifty officers, and men already In the Com-1
ponyi At the last election, the officers chosen !
were: Chas. T. GuHck, Captain; W. Bea-
Friday Is the regular drill evening at
The Annual race tie and election of the
officers of the Agricultural Society Is!
hand, and our readers will Txrceive that the
g gm notice of the fact. During
.- -tr-. ,
of means, upon its friends, and all ought to j
take enough interest in its operations, and
call for subscriptions.
Tax Xrw Locx-cr. A new Lock-up Is
I being builtai the Station-house, which win ,
I be ready in about a fortnight. The old j
wooden one has been removed to, give place
to the new one, whkh'will be built of coral, j
lnd have four cells, sixteen by eight feet ,
each, with brick loors. cemented. The new
To--up will be a strong acd seccre build-1 , , ' . ., . , ' ... ,
VtLwbeu tbTkTy Is turned upon lul TOitr ff f
TlL to U or our labor system.
prisoners, especially cases of drunkenness.
is daring the
first hours of their detention, 1
needs to le strong to resist their j
cxazy violence."--The buncurglOT me ceien-
uers while the new Lock-up U being built
' The sabstltntion of stone for wood, will
I prove an economical expenditure, both as
rrcgirds future repairs and the security of the
j jte 0, of arrest, for some time past,
Uve kxr ln aCtuber, so that the
norafcj: boficcss of the Police Court is soon
dSpatcbed, but we can hardly view it as an
tocaeauoa inai t
reforcirg their lives, and breaking off
I their evil habits, bat rather that the dull
summer has an eSect upon me ircquecT 01
the minor offend By far the larger nam-;
ber of night arrests are for drunkenness, or
breaches of the peace consequent cpon In
dulgence in that vice; and the fall season,
with Its large inficx of sailors, very largely
increases the duties and work of tbe Police,
and the rcmbers of those who mast put In
an appearance at the Court after a night
spent in the Lock-np. The old material has
been fitted for a smaller one to be built at
The Clilnme Van.
A Long Island Xurccryman thinks he has
discovered In the Chinese Tam a cheap and
wonderful food producer, which only requires
to be known to supplant all other crops.
He says of it:
"This Tam is a native of the northern lim
its of the Temperate Zone, and will flourish
In the coldest regions of the United States,
and of the British Territories, and will en
dure, everywhere, the winters ia the open
ground. Its produce is more than donble
the crop of any Potato, and it never rots. It
does not require replanting annually, but re
produces abundant crops from the fragments
and small tubers which are left In the earth.
There can be no fragment, however diminu
tive, that will not vegetate. From tuber?,
theroots attain ten to twelve inches in length,
and weigh four to six ounces. From sections
of the root, snch as used for the regular crop,
the roots attain eighteen to twenty-four inches
In length, and weigh from half a pound to
one and a half pounds, and often more. A
plantation uf this yam is In China termed
"A permanent Magazine of Food," and the
roots may be dug trcsh for nse dallj, from I
early spnn to winter, thus fumlsning new j
Tarns continuously. It is more palatable j
than the best Potato: its taste and flavor are i
Intermediate between tbe finest Potato and 1
Arrowroot, of an exceediuriv delicate farina- 1
eeoas character, and like to the Potato, it is
devoid of all insipid sweetness. It Is Iree
from any ligneons or fibrous substance, and
possesses the peculiar property of not being
subject to rot or decay, but n ill remain per
fectly sound and excellent In a dry state for
nearly a year, thus rendering It cxeccdlnrly
valuable for long sea voyages, and for the
prevention of scurvy. It is much more nu
tritious than an v other edible vegetable nsed
by man, and more so than wheat or any other
tf"?t Melons mad. in
Azote. th Tgrand coSutuen? of !Jimal i sub- tht M"T "t eirecm.tanccs as
stances which impart vigor to tbe muscular "ln5,1- ...... .. .,
power of man and bcasf; and it Is bv the undersigned, having had considerable
possession or this essential equivalent in this j experience m the above stjle ef Sugar Ma
esculent, that the use-of animal rood is ren- I ehinery, will guarantee its doing eficiently
dercd nnnecosarv bv the Chinese and Japan- ! n'1 fatisfactonly the work specified, with or
ec nations, whoseimmense populations com- dinarily good Cane and Juice, and is prepared
prise nearly one-half of the Inhabitants of to Pr'T Plans and Specifications of what
our globe." Machinery is requisite to make on tbe aboTe
This Tam, some ten years since, was ob- 1 1" a-T " of Sugar up to
, i x- , , . , ,! Four Tons per day, and he is satisfied that no
served in North China by tbe French Consul qaxnUtv of SuEar from th. same Juice,
at Sbangbac, and by him Introduced, with ' aad no better Raw Sucar can be made bv anv
many other plants into France. The Consul ,
had similar ideas or its qualities as to pro-
dccUveoess and adaptability to becomea chief
article nf food far the common and poorer
people; but it has not made its way In
France equal to the hopes of those at that
time Interested in its production.
It has since found Its way into the United
State, and w e have observed notices of its
cultivation in California?' It would grow well
on our islands, but can hardly displace our
Kalo plant for cheapness as a food producer
for the Hawalians, though it might be of
value on some of the plantations for supply
ing the Chiucse laborers.
Hawaii. From a private letter from Hilo,
coder date of July SI, we learn that slight
earthquakes are still or almost daily occur
rence there. There is great activity in the
crater of Kilauca. The subsidence of the
coast or Puna is very manifest. It will be
teen from these facts that volcanic action,
though abated in force, is still at work is the
island, giving- an interesting field for observa
tion. Many parties have been attracted to
the island, this summer, to hare a look at
the results of the convulsions of last April.
An observer writes from Kan : " There is no
mistake that the people of Kan were great
sufferers. We rode over the sites of the two
villages where the earthquake wave swept
everything. It U sad to witness ihc ctter
desolation which now reigns in tlibse s'pots.
We met there a Hawaiian who was toiling
to rebuild his bioken walls, who said he lost
both father and mother by the wave, while
he ran with a" child under each arm, and
bardy escaped. I am glad the people of
Honolulu sent relief to those people: it was
well-timed and .well-bestowed." The funds
collected by Her Majesty Queen Emma have !
been all invested in house-frames, clothing, I
and other needed articles, and dispatched to
their destination. Bat although the personal
needs of the people have been relieved, there
can be no restoring of the lands and other
property, overwhelmed by the earthquake
shock, the lava Cow, and the remorseless
wave of the sea. The Kan district. has suf
fered a irreparable injury.
In Kona, during; the past week, frequent
earthquakes have occurred very perceptiole
reminders of the former shaking 'season.
One shake, -hich happened at night, was so,
prolonged, that eTerjbodv was awaked. The
great activity of Kilauca gives good reason
to believe that the volcanic tires will expend
their power there, and that these slight
tremblings or the earth, throughout the
Island, will not increase in violence.
Mastzks' axd SxxvAxrs'f Contracts.
The law passed at the last session of the As
sembly, regulating the forms of contracts
between masters and servants, provides that
they shall be in both Hawaiian and English,
and in such form as the Minister of the Inte
rior shall authorize The form will be found
in to-day's issue,- as prepared at, the Home
"Office. It does cot differ from ordinary con
tracts; The servant agrees to obey all lawful
commands, and render faithful service, and
the master .to pay the monthly wages ia
cash. -The last clause contains a provision
that the servant taay not enter into a new
contract until the old one has fully expired.
A conformity in aU contracts of this nature,
of relItion and
cade on the Islands, will teed to a mutual
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Uw of Ucd
The Rotax. School. The term of this
school, which was to have commenced last
Monday, is deferred to next Monday, when
the school will be opened as nsual, at 9
o'clock A. at. The Principal, Mr. Kinney,
whose testimony, in the poisoning case io be
trf-J this week at "a will will. Is necessanr.
has been required by the Court to In at
tendance at the triaL One of the other
teachers, we hear, by reason of an accident,
will not be able to resume her post for some
weeks. At a meeting of the Hoard of Edu
cation, during the vacation or the school,
Miss Tfceo. Paty received tbe appointment
of Assistant Teacher, in place of Miss Emma
L. Smith, w ho has accepted a post as Teacher
la Pucahos, for the current year.
Tex Katz Lee arrived on Sunday last from
her trip to Hawaii. Capt. Makee and party
Joined the vessel at Honolulu, and were
landed at Kealoals, whence they proceeded
overland to HBo, passing over the scenes of
the late eruption in the Kan district, and
taattsg a visit to the crater of h ilinr-i Tee
vessel left Hilo on Friday last, leaving the
tourists at Ulspalaksa oa her war down.
She left Honolulu on Sstarday, tbe ISth of
July, so that only two weeks care been csed
to make the circuit of Hawaii and ret cm to
this port. This dipateh showstbe Kelt lee
to be an A. L dipper, and ber Captain to be
one of the most competent in the ctaitirg
At Ttlnla. timeasia, Aorot , to th wu ef
Ckrttala John JI. tvapraa, a cuaum-.
At KaJtM, tba wtf ef Ha.J. of 1-iivt.na.
A Mew, Complete,
FOR TAKING OFF
ONE TON OF SUGAR PER DAY!
OK TE.V WORKING IIOUHS
OXE IKOX MILL and hone-power,
OXE CKXTIUFCGAL MACHINE and
horse-power or tsibise-wheel, when
there is a good head of water) ClarUtr,
SORGnXM PAX, forty feet lang.
UPPER i LOWER FURXACE Mouths
IROX, CIILMXEY, twenty-five feet by
TWELVE IROX COOLERS, to hold one
of the I-ntcKt and 3XoKt
and may be had by giving a few weeks no
tice to .the undersigned for 93tSOO.
A LARGER MILL, Fans and Chimney
TWO CEXTKIFCGALS, with Engine
and Boiler to drain them, and
TWEXTT COOLERS. aU complete a,
above, and capable of taking off from two to
three tons per daj for (3,500.
TV . . , II.
Machinery whatever, (not excepting the Va-
coum or other Steam Pans) than bv aprorerlv
arranged Sorghum Pau Apparatus, with Clari
tiers. Cooling Surfaces, Furnace-, Flues and
Chimney in proper proportion to each other,
while less skill is require! in the management
than with any other Apparatus,
xor tanner particulars, apply to
Jyrerpool Rock Salt,
Windsor k Honey Soap,
v Yellow Soap,
Vancouver Island Bricks,
ti Boiled Oil,
Vc. Ac, Ac.
THEO. H. DAVIES.
IV THOSE PAv-YTERS ana
OTHERS, in want of
will address a lice to the undersigned, stating
what kind of men, and how many they will be
likely to want, he will eadeavor to hare their
I requirements met, as far as practicable.
i There fceln? ai the rjrescnt moment Ma mnr
diierentyiews as to
IVbat Class of Labor Is Kciff,
or what Laborers will be permitted to be im
ported, that tbe united action which is neees-
sary to obtain any adequate amount of Impor- j
ted Labor is wantiug. By getting the views
or the majority, something may be effected, or '
a Inffwnt ppth1t nf t ripirr p.I. r f T
borers may be asked for to make it worth '
while to organue (witn the sanction or the I
Boaad of Immixration) expeditions in duTer- !
IS-lm W. L. GREEN.
Per Steamer Montana!
PlASES AM) BALES of Grey and
Blue Flannel Shirts,
Fancy Cetton Pasts,
Drab Moleskin Pants,
White and Colored Coburgs,
Fine Black Baratheas, '
An Assortment of. White and'
Men's Calf-Skin Boots,
A:c, Ac, Ac.
FOE SAT.T! AT BEAS05ABLS PEICES BY
TIIEOI). C IIELCK,
Cor. Fort z STcrcbjuit St a.
TjlULL FILES OF THE FOLLO YT
P tag PsbBeations :
Hawaiian Spectator, 1S3S-9.
S. I. Mirror and Commercial G alette, 1S39.
VoL 7 or the Polynesian.
Hawaiian Cascade and Miscellany, 154A-IS.
The Monitor, (monthly) 1S45.
Oaha Fountain. 1SU.
Trassaetiocj E. H. Agricaltsxal Society,
The Amateur, 1552.
New Era and'Argui, 15JJ-55.
S. I- Monthly Magazine, 1S5S.
YoL T of the P. C. Advertiser.
Daily Legislative Bulletin.
Lama Hawaii. 1631. , .
Eaes Hawaii. If3l. ,
Xenanena, 1 Sll-ti . r
FZela Hawaii, ISiS-53.
Nuhou. 133. ,
Ha Hawaii, vols. 1, S. 3 aad 5.
Hoko Loa. 1S3S.
Hae rTiritfino, ISM.
Any persons haviag in their posacsaua fall
files ef the foregoiag pablieatkms, eaa dis
pose of them at a Lair pnee by applying at the
OSce of the Minister of Interior,
JaaaarylSti, 1563. 3-tf
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Ofiox for Sriio
To Arrive Here the Coming Fall,
R. C. TfYLIE, from Ilnrabara;,
iriL.IIIIL.il I, from Itrcmcn,
A. J. POl'E, from cir llcdfbra
JgXOLISH Jt FREXCH FANCY PRINTS.
Brown, White, Bine a Turkey Red Cottons
Brown and Blue Cotton Drills, fc
niekory Stripes, Tickings,
Blue Denims, Blankets.
Lasting?, Ginghams, Sheetings,
Linen, Imperials, Burlaps,
Floor Oil Cloths, Handkerchiefs,
Towels, Ponchos, Woolen Braids,
Englirh Linen-Thread Sewing-Cotton,
Picture Cords, Clothing, Shirts, Hosiery,
Ladies' and Gents' Hats and Caps,
Silk & Merino Dress Goods,
Table Covers and Counterpanes,
Cotton and Silk Umbrellas,
Combs and Hair Brushes.
Bright Fencing Wire, Nos. 5 a 6, Sheet Zinc,
Sailors' Pocket a Sheath Knives,
Knives and Forks,
Shot, Nos. I, 3, i, 6, S,
Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Wines, Beers, & Spirits,
Fire un (I Pipe Clay.
Cordage and Sail Twine,
Invoices of Provisions and Groceries,
Invoices of Wooden Ware, '
Invoices of Hardware.
Cotton Canvas and Sail Twine,
ALL OF WHICn
Is Ollcrctl for Snlo, Ilcfbrc or
AT LOWEST STAEKET PBICES, AND OH
29 FAVORABLE TERMS. !m
Supreme Court In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of John B. An
drews, of Honolulu, Oahn, deceased.
Proper Application having been
made to the Honorable Elisha H, Allen,
Chief Jostice of the Supreme Court, by the
Hon. James W. Austin, Administrator upon
the Estate of John B. Andrews, or Honolulu,
Oaha, deceased, for the final settlement of tbe
accounts of said Estate, and a discharge from
further responsibility in the premises.
Notice is hereby given to all persons whom
it may concern, that TUESDAY, the ISth day
of Aogust next, at 10 o'clock A. M., is a day
and hoar appointed for the hearing of said
application, and all objections that may be
offered thereto, at the Court House, in the
town of Honolulu.
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court.
Court House, July 13, 1S6S. 29-It
Supreme Court In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate or William Stott,
or Honolulu, Island or Oahn, late dee'd.
PROPER, application having been
made to the Honorable Eliiba II. Allen,
Chief Justice of tbe Supreme Court, by Ed
ward P. Adams, temporary Administrator
upon the Estate or William Stott, or Honolu
lu, Oahn, deceased, for tbe final settlement or
the accounts or said estate, and a discharge
from rurther responsibility in the premises.
Notice is hereby given to all persons whom it
may concern, that TUESDAY, the ISth day or
August next, at 10 o'clock A. v., is a day and
hour appointed for hearing, the said applica
tion, and all objections that may be offered
thereto, at the Court House in the town or
Deputy Clerk Supreme Court
Court House, July 19. ISoS I9-It
A CURE FORM BLIGHT!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAV
iug discovered a cure lor this
Scourge on our Fruit Trees and
Plants, oners the same to parties
whose plants are aficcted with tbe Blight.
For rurther Particulars, enquire or
. Neville's P. 0.,
North Kona, July Sib, ISM. !-lm "
EECEIVED PEE STEAMER,
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies Hoop Skirts,
AND A VABIERY OF
4S lt-25 tons register, copper and eopper-fas.
tened.nowrnnnmzbetweenthis Port and Hilo,
having just been pat in a thorough state of
repair and furnished with a complete sett of
rew feaus, bear, tiroana lactic, etc, is sow
oSered for sale. For particulars, apply to
. jt L.L.TORBERT.
1 r-tf- J. H. Coney, Hilo.
E ARE PREPARED TO FUK-
nish Fire-Wood of the Beat Quality
Ohia, Koa, aad NeseJeaa at oar Landing,
near Hilo Bay, is quantities to an it.
For farther articular!, esq-aire of
Castle a Coozk, Agesti. 17-tf
H- C. S. BARTOW.
sale of Household furniture
This Day. "
ON WEDNESDAY. AUG. 5,
AT 10 "O'CLOCK, A. II.,
At the Rcsiltlcncc of Mr. Hath-
wny, on Hotel Street,
Wdl be sold at Publio Auction,
Parlor and Bed-Room Furniture I
Hair Cloth Soras and Chairs,
Hah- Cloth Rocker, Centra Table,
Dining Table, Cans Seat Chairs,
Lounge, Bureau, Small Tables,
Cook Stove and Fixtures.
One Supcrlor-Tonctl Kocvrootl
Caste Piano Forte.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 7th
At Salesroom, at 10 o'clock A. v.,
WILL BE SOLD,
Upon U bo nil Terms,
A VARIETY of DESIRABLE GOODS.
Particulars by posters.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 11th,
Regular Room Sale.
IIoxcm or Tea,
CastcM of Claret.
BY A YOUNG MAN OF UNIM
peachable character, who Is willing to
mako himself generally useful. Ia able to do
anjtblng by which an honest living may be
obtained, from keeping a set or books to saw
ing eord-nood. Would have no objections to
going into the country.
Best or references given. Wages a secondary
object to a steady situation.
Address B. P. 0.
2S-4t Box 113 Honolulu Post Office.
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
On Fort Street,
MAY BE SEEN THE VIEWS TAKEN
Late Lava Flow at Kahnku !
And the Effects of tbe Lata
EnrtlifiunUc nt "Wlolilnu, Kan.
Also VIEWS OF KILAUEA and other
places. Cards or the Kings, Queens, Chiefs,
etc., all for sale at Low Prices. Also, Oval
Frames of all sites, and a few Square Frames,
which will be" sold cheap.
Sl-tf H. L. CHASE.
rruiE hoard of managers of
JL the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural Society
having purchased a tract of land on Emma
and School Streets, In Honolulu, which is
rapidly being put Into cultivation, and the An
nual Meeting of the Society for election of
ofScers being closo at hand, (in August next)
the sobeeriber3"to this Society are hereby re
minded that their annual subscription of Fire
Dollars should be paid to tbe undersigned on
or before the 10th or August, to entitle them
to a vote at the election, and tho public gener
ally are reminded that a pajment or Fifty
Dollars constitutes a life member, and of Five
Dollars an annual member, and that in view
of the large expenditures of the Society, con
tributions and payments are much desired and
will be thankfully received.
A. F. JUDD,
2S-2t Treasurer R. II. A. Soe.
milE UNDERSIGNED, intending
A to leave this Kingdom, hereby requests
all persons indebted to him to mate immedi
ate pajment, and those having claims against
him will please present the same fur settle
ment. Zl-tf C. FRED. PFLUGER.
G. Wilhelm, Baker,
THANKFUL FOR PAST FAVORS, RES
pcctfuliy Informs his Customers and the
Public jrenerally, that he has removed his Ba
kery from the corner or Hotel and Maunakea
Streets, to Hotel Street, near the American
Legation. 10- tf
TO THE LADIES
Honolulu, and Adjoining Islands!
T AM RECEIVING REGULARLY
JL From SAN FRANCISCO, all tho Newest
Stjles in Millinery Goods, such as
AND HAT FEAMES,
FEATHERS, FLO WEES,
EHE0NS, WREATHS, &C,
Ladles' Ac Children's, Hosiery,
Gniterx, Slipper, Shoes.
Balmoral Ac Croquet SUirtH,
Hoop SUirtH, etc., etc, etc.
SILK GIRDLES & TASSELS of ALL C0L0ES,
Together with a Large Variety of Fancy
and other Goods. "
A II Orders from tbe Other Islands
Promptly Attended to.
MIS. J. II. IJI.ACIC,
PER "CHINA PACKET ! "
FOE SALE BY
AHATfA Ac -CO.,
For Sale Cheap!
A 1VEW BOBLEB
OF 10-HOIiSE POWER WITH
complete fixiagf, warras-ted new and
with all the latest turpiu reaienU, to be had at
a low figure at
21-tf En. H0FF5CHLABGEK & CO.
By ADAMS & YVULDERt
ON THURSDAY, AUG. tth,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A.'M
WILL BK SOLD,
A General AortmeHt erf"
Extra Family Flour,
anal California 9ata.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 12,
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Salsa-Kooa,
ILLS OF EXCHANGE Uourht
and Sold. Apply to 1a?
IV. Ls UrLLCa,
SEVERAL VALUABLE Properties
For Salo and Lease. Apply to
:wm it. L,. uitt.:i.
ORDERS RECEIVED FOR THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.. and
Estimates for Machinery given. Apply to '
:wm VY, L. UKKO.
A GREAT VARIETY OE NSW
and Second-hand Sugar and otfcar Ma
chinery for sale. Apply to
ini - w. a., uiium,
CHARTERS Negotiated aad Tec,
seta bought and sold. Apply to
W. L. GREEN,
A DESIRABLE RESIDENCE
In TV 11 mi 11 it Valley.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers
for sale his property in Nu
anu Valley, which is one of
the most dasirable locations
for a 1- aim! v Residence in tbe Country.
Has a good Dwelling House with six rooms,
and the necessary out-buildings, with a fine
large garden lot well fenced in, and a large
number or Fruit Trees-such as Mango, Peach
and Apple, all of which are bearing.
Also, a Pasture Lotof fifteen acres adjoin
ing, which is well closed in by a good stone
wall. For particulars apply to U. E. Mcln
tyre and Bro., corner Fort A King Sts.
S-t 11, MCJNTYKK.
Only Three More Left.
Patent Azrrnne Style,
ly for a Tropical Climate The
K..1 (nn.l Tp..tpp. p., ...i. .... i
ported. These Instruments are acknowledged
by the greatest Artists, at the last Parls-Kx-"
position, as the best Untight Pianos that are
11-tf WM. FISC1IER.F
ABOUT ONE HUNDRED (
HEAD OF CATTLE, now!
running in Fauoa Valley, consisting of J
cows ana valves, inquire or
Zo-2t J. Li. ltlUUAKDSU.N.
MR. SAMUEL G. WILDER WILL
be associated with me in business from
this date, under tbe firm and name or AnAxs
E. P. ADAMS.
Honolulu, July 22, 1S63. 27-tt
THE TAX ASSESSOR'S. OFFICE
is upon 'the Lower Floor or tho Court
House, a box wut be placed at tho door for
tbe reception or Blanks.
S. N. CASTLE,
27 Assessor. '
DURING MY TEMPORARY All
seuco from the Kingdom, Messrs. F. A.
Sehaefer and Em. Fenard, will attend to my
private affairs under power of attorney.
C. DE VARIGNY.
Honolulu, July 15, 1868. 27-3t
MANILA CORDAGE 1 .
JUST RECEIVED, an Invoice of
Manila Conlsgc, assorted sizes.
For sale by
3S-0t .CHAS. N. SPENCER & CO.
A. Stove that is a Stove!
A FEW MORE LEFT, OF
uoso icieDraieu fremium Moves,
' TROPIC," "PEERLESS." and
' ELDORADO," with or wltheat ta-
tensiou. Please call and examine, at V.'
-25- Corner of Fort & Merchant Sts.
FOR RENT I 71
mTHE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE
on Richards' Street, Honolulu, latelyJP
occupied by K. Sterling, Esq. Apply to
2S- , A. P. JUDD.
rjUIE UNDERSIGNED FORMED
JL a Partnership on July 4tb, 1888, and wiH
carry on tbe business of MERCHANT TAIL
ORS, under tbe nam a of FISCHER A K0TH,
at tbe old stand on Fort Street,
N. B. All business dating pre-ions to JW
4, will be seUled by Mr. Fischer.
Honolulu. Jnlr 15. 1E3 !U1
A PONY, CARRIAGE AND
HARNESS, complete. The Horse hu
n Qriren by a lady, and is free from rise.
ALSO A SADDLE HORSE, perfectly qajet,.
and a good pacer. Inquire at the
2t-tr REGISTRY OFFICE.
Not by Boz, but by Ft. .
milE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO NOTTfT
I his mends and tbe public goa-raHy, atMt.
b hail sow on band a good assorUaoat tt,
Groceries, Dry Goods, Crockery, Tefcteeo aaaj 1
Cigars, and tbe most beterogeaeou com
of articles ever gathered together ia oae a
and whieti, from being purenaaM mw i
aald aeordixLslr. Faailies will be wm
ebeap.it'Orjeft from tho other Tshiifa wM t
eArefuily attended to asd Hied at prioetscror-'
inff a bars commission.
i i . a rr a T-
'A coBpieae aHwimm ua uwaia uii.ui,
both Vegetable and Flower, always. baaat
Eage, Mist, Tbymo, Eam-wr Savory, l'inaw
aad Horseradish Keetf cosataatly oa bawd.
Boox-Kzzruo oa SBoderata tusas, aat
tught for a small tesaseratioa.
9 oot.forget to give twe OU Pailiulaj
Shp a eaH, aa 1 iraiiai raraly Mat 1 wiaa atsa
whereare to befoaid. ' 8. NlMM'NC, -Tfca
Qti Caitostttf lbsv, set 8taso4
26-lm OffOaHs Gov't OaWtt.