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Saa rrai"ie dales loth 11th. Sh bria a fir j
trwcbt bot fr jaawBjrra, aai wiM lt? again o
SAtsnUj th aOu !
Oar eusamU airier frten Saa rraociscoarata- i
imparta&C Scan rrm&ia aboct tb mba, perbapa a !
hal fewr, ta a cef2 fUnHeo la Hut- I
Btaa, leta-v fewer, a&4 Um denaa! faallrd. I
Ovist to th n vxrfe MB taa fatfllrr cuict j
CTXBinoc cprrmtftK Ijt em me&thjL.aaJ t&ia cuts j
off a laif part f t4 drmaai. j
Tba bark KasaJaUa. frrta lW Arctic Oceaa, aai j
arrtd at San rroica, wit 4W bm4j cf cfl.
U ef rrjwrt, whit vfll b found behrs. b not &ret
aU ; fcvr ta ivawa trott ta ., i celr p t
Jaljr, ia4 har Un f jvoi arrrav catch
IUr that data.
Tb bark Ktrtaauffl at band frvca Pmjrt SranJ,
wttb lamber U IX. UulfVU A Ox.
Tb BritUh brie Kofetrt C&vaa. aSf ttMaorrcw Sjt
Yfeteria, E. C, tat fag a taM. care cf sar aad
&ala ef regix aa4 bmUum bar tm (ml; mad
ta Ust tart -faat t Vfcneria asd
Portland, aad, akbecx we ha net ta rxact fijnrr
paid, wt fears tbat ". 1 r agar bare twa cM at 7
a;ajc. za-L3i 7c, daikcxaolaMUlfic
acevrdto to ?a!t j al cwttNfeo.
Jb OecM-t baa dwebarrtd frargv aad wfli ha dis-
BatLfx Saa Iraacisca
Tb barkOuabridn ii do from llombcttt, aad
vffl feaita tbaBawaHaa Pack Uh fcc Purtlasd.
Tb H C. I array vftl b tie a Satsrdar frcm.
Saa rrazcisca, aod w oadcntaad tb b enavd ta
laav mu tba Ib praxim
A carjo cf oal fcr tb atsaacr ba ba ordrrtd
tnxa Australia, and nay b expected ta arrtT is
3iT. from tlie Arctic
Tbt txl tvtwt ttv9 Lh Arctic f tb scwun,
lchd s thiwitb Uf rrort f Cart. Ealrr, of tb
Urk W-mMbcSm, -.b Wft At H Jljr Hth UHt
t9T, sxrfv4 4a S&sl Tnsbm cariy is Aurnt
TV are taittnt t Mr. rWrwm fcr ptrtlniar.
Otpt. lulrr rrrftJ sk fr f itt ta th
firit Jiilj, tb tl4 ew-i tfvr4r aJI tt th
cU cTvvAls Wt a vhita wen t W The k
tba Mai4 t hav cets cWva, asl tfc hips triT
la ttvella, U tvct,md crvt 4aaiAs.
litywt) lair wtn craittsx lkn of to JJy li.
as4 lf ftAyti vhalw taa aaMt. ta estin
0t. Tb ts thAt 4t ceU, ltal hr ao4
CMj Ser r &v s&rf hart e$cp4, tbAt hare net
lost thru e imr eecrse f cnrwish ta lrewi
il tcfW f Web cvfper aai, la zuaay cj,ct.
water lW Tb rfrt pi f dasaag, bark
lala. Aatm, C'cw BnlfcnV niUtn braieB; Urkj
Crr asl rartsia, T N"w Et&rt, !aiiac btkS;-.
Tb batowtac U t(j aSch (f tb Mg cp ta tb
OrafrcrfU, 1 wbal
Gur IlriiuU. lwbaw
Iaa1 Wbtr. dsaa
TiW, S B. I wbal
Caj lUal. 1 wbal
Cm Uiwtaai, 1 wbal
llra Har, 1 wbal
Ju Aftra. 1 what
Jcba Otrrvr, eScaa
Jfca Hvwiaac. 1 wbal
Jeba WH. daa
Jpbte. i wbal
MaMMbsMtta, J wbale
Nvraxaa. : wbalea
TMrat, : wbal
Trcr, 1 wbal
5t- 6jr. S wbat
ITan Brar, 1 wbal
TrHwt, 1 wbal
it&aapan. 1 wbal
TkMnrj, 1 wbal
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IaacbU, S T, Swh
Ita Ilawal, cjm
Caaat Kamart, II, 1 wi
Port of Honolulu, August 25.
Aut. 13 SAr ItatwlU, frvct Wais:a aad Kolo.
l-ar KaauO. tnm MtkaL
A bk OasMt, Abbott. H da; trm Saa
Tabsaaa tar Ei Aat, Baaaistcr, from
Scbr Aattr. Inm Eabala.
2) Scar MarMa. bata Eawaaba.
g PSSMabaaja, ?' m, trm Labaina.
13 Scar Star CartwrifM, (ma alalaa.
frtair KAutra, Craai wiaaward porta.
Sear Ka Ky, 6as aurta a uaba.
Sr Sltr?, tram HB.
Sear Ktsh MenflL, traat Keaxa.
23 Am bit EataseC; AlAiasoa. 2 daji frvca
Stair Maba, (Wrmr, It iiti fraa aa
Sckr TrH. &aa !Waa.
Sebr Uaafc. cbi NawglwH.
Scbr Marj, &m Aaabata.
Ii Seb Saiatitaei KabaKL
rr.Varj JXa. trca VTaSic.
cbr XBbi, fnaa MtbaL
II Soar"eti Krrr. fcr Kaioa.
Scbr Warwick. tr tasaL
Sear facbat. Car Kvaa.
SO Scbr Ana, - Ilia.
Scbr Uatti. Ur NawHiwaL
Sear Hbalci. far Ban.
Scbr Kate Lee, tr LabaSaa aad Mabra'a.
- Sear Iaabrb. ftr MalrbaL
Scbr Xaaabawai. frr Uaaa.
Scbr Artl', ffc Kahala.
S Sebr EastaS. fjr UakbaL
Scbr Xariaia. ftr EawaSbaa.
Scbr OM FVaVw. fr Uito.
St Scbr Xti. MerraC fx Eato.
Str Eiiaaea, far wiajward pert.
Scar Eittj Cartwiibt far VaSoa.
S-Scbr Tctt. Ijc JtoWa.
Scbr Hattt. jt SawtBwOL
Scbr Maxj, fjc wij.
Ireta TIadward PtorU, per ttxsr EOaBea, A ax Sd.
W HaU a&4 wife, Miea SJoaa, I L LrooaV Frank
Speocer, 'W Bedel, J Hmrans, W Foster, A Cooke,
IT gskh, Warren, Xr Turner, Sfiea JIajoc. Henry
Baldwin, V O eedbast, Wong Sccjf, Abpoi, Achoog.
Far Wind ward Ports pr tzir XBase, Attjnst S4
jar r 1 aea, Mr u Btuwta ana wixe, an uw
reee ao4 cbtUrto, C Start, H Baldwin, ITOStri- j
. v . '
arau Sao. .Fra&eiajc, per Ksir Xaaoo. Anjwt i
J T Pwcv. Dr W Xcweumb, Her E Gorwin. H pfaB-'
aad twaebaVtrta. ltr X Caaptxa aat cbadrta.
rar rtKraj raMagr. i
TO THE LADIES
Honolulu, and Adjoining Islands!
IAJl RECEIVING REGULARLY
From SAN FRANCISCO, all th Newet
Styles ia Millinery Goods, saeh as
AHD HAT FSAJEES,
RIBBONS, WREATHS, &C,
Ijidle Jc ClilldrcnV Hosiery,
Gaiter. Slipper, Jlioe-,
Balmoral Ac Croqnet Skirts,
Hoop Skirts, etc, etc., etc
StTX GIRDLES TASSELS of t.t. C0L02S,
Together with a Large Variety cf Fancy
and other Goods.
All Orders from the Oilier Islands
Proawptlir Attended to.
SSS. J. H. BLACK,
Him Fort Street.
PUKALUU RICE PLANTATION.
TO. 1. and. COOLIE RICE always
oa hand and for sale by
Phje of ths 3Iaa for the costi of Acgrut.
rutun it urr. sxm.
Sri JHUMooo. 19JLM.
11th, Ut Qtarttr, . . . 1KA.1L
Klh. Nw MB. t V) t. M.
nth. Tint ihtartrr S U r. M.
IIONOIXIX MEAX TIME.
Ut, Sm Him, i sz a. m. Sua Stv--. 0 St r. x.
Stk. 5uH. .S 1) San 6 W "
IKk. fin K1, i il - Si. frU,... 6
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Oct thanti are doe Eennett, of the Cew
Depot, for papers ex JJoAo.
Tiik 7JiA, with the mallj, will eall next
Satnnlar, at 4 r. it.
TYe are reqnested by the Secretary of the
I Agricultural Soeletr to call attention to the
notice la another column, and also to ttate
that there will be a meeting of the Board of
.Management at the GoYcrniaent Honsc, to
day, at 13 o'clock.
PmtiON.iL. We notice, by the JUoAo, the
arrival of Eer. E. Cornin, Pastor of the Fort
Street Church, lib congregation, and his
many friends in this commsnity, learn with
vrrgret that he has accepted a call from the 2J
I Congregational Church of Oakland, CaL He
j will "leare Honolulu for hia new charge, by
tne steamer or Octo&er next.
The American Club hare rented the Haa
lelea Hense, and will be ready to open the
establishment by the 1st of October. Pro
Tlsion will be made to accommodate thirty
persons at the table, the expense to be met
by the mess members, aad tuch other la
Tited persons as may avail themaclTCs of the
The 0. S. Steamer JTcAmgo, Capt. Simp
son, arrired in port last Friday, from her
trip to windward. She has been gone a
month, haviBg made the circuit of the Island
of Hawaii, and touched at several ports on
Maul. From iillo, parties of the officers
west up to the Crater of KHacea, but fuund
Pde In a rather quiet condition. The steamer
left Clupalakua Friday morning, and arrived
here about 1 o'clock r. x.
EabthqcaXE-Waye. We are indebted to
Judge Jones for the following account of the
earthquake-wave at Lahaioa :
"Oa FrHay. Aug. H, a IHtte before five
o'clock a. it was observed that the reef
was above water in many places, and the
space between the reef and the shore (as in j
April last), to be nearly dry. In a.few min- ,
utes the water returned, coverlog the reef,
and rose to bigs-water mark. In spring tides. I
It thus continued Cowing and ebbing until a j
little after 11 o'clock, when it roe much
higher than at any other lime, and forced the
water Into the main street much higher than I
any spring tide, this occurred tnrec time
la succession. It then resumed its previous
action, aad continued Cowing and ebbing
throughout the day and nighL. There was
not the slightest shock of earthquake before
the movement of the sea."
Lost. Sheriff Neville, of South Kona,
met with an adventure last week, in the
forest near Walmea, Hawaii. Leaving his
company, w bo were on the upper road from
HHo to Walmea, he rode on in advance, and
lost himself. Upon their arrival at Walmea,
not finding him, and he not making his ap
pearance on the next day, a party of natives
were dispatched to hunt him up. He was
discovered upon the mountain not for from
Walmea, having Jest made out his own
whereabouts by havisg climbed a ndge, and
discovered in the distance the church, and
was returning to hU camp of the previous
night, with the bearings In mind to make a
fresh start. He was out in the forest two
days and nights, and was reduced to w aLking
for escape, as. his horse had given out and
died from fatigue. The mountain of Hama
kua, with its forest, is a dangerous place for
strangers without guides, and there have
been instances of persons losing their lives
in its maze of cattle paths. It is especially
dangerous when mist and clouds settle upon
the tree-tops, aad shut out both earth and
sky from view. Eamaaiaas, on the mount
ain In such weather, patiently camp down
until it dears up, and the ordinary land
marks become atin visible.
Metcdeb Tbial. The trial, at Nawfflwili,
of Mary EokaL for the murder of her bus
band by poisoning, on the 15th cf last Octo
ber, resulted in a verdict of not guilty, and
the discharge of the prisoner. The trial was
commenced on Monday, the 10th, and the
verdict was rendered about 11 o'clock Satur
day night. The important points in the ca.'e
turned upon Chinese testimony. It was
proved that ten days before Kokafs death,
Ahloca purchased some arsenic; that a few
days before Eokai died, Ahlona gave to Go- j
ana a bottle containing something like pla, I
which the Utter gave to Mary, and that Ko- !
kal died from the effect of arsenic in rice, I
which he received from the lunds of Mary. I
Mary was told by the Chinese that the pow- I
der placed in her hands was a medicine to
destroy the appetite for opium smoking. It
could not be proved to the satisfaction of the '
jury that Mary put the arsenic in the rice, as
there were Chinamen in the house at the I
time the ri waa prepared, or that e be knew, j
that it was a poUonou, powder. No j
sufficient motive was shown, from her pre- j
, wh fc .-.--J to trove a wt.h
oa her part to murder him and the jury ac
quitted. Ahlona has been re tiined In custody?
Johxst HAxoa. This is the name cf the
soldier who was sentenced in the Police
Court recently, $100 for an aggravated as
sault on a Hawaiian, tilling to pay which he
went into, the chain-girg so called to
work it out. Johnny is a native of Hope
Island, somewhere to the southward of Ta-
i hltl, bat has lived in Hawili alongtime. He
is a fefiow cf extraordinary muscular devel-
opment, and with the training pursued by
the " fancy," in Europe and America, would,
no doubt, "strip" well for the prize ring. '
Oa one or two occasions, slcce he went into j
the gang, he absented himself without leave,
I but on Wednesday of last week, having
again eorzmittcd the oCesse, scd totd a false
hood about it, the overseer, Mr. Hart, gave
' him a slight tigeHatiou, as a correction. He
I took the punishment quite stoically, but as
I soon as the overseer's back was turned, he
sprang upon him and grasping Mm about the
neck, a seTere tussle ensued. Mr. Hart is a
very strongly hunt tua, but Johnny, though '
weighing less, was all but x natch for tins.
1 Tfcev tarn -mm hr t!:rAerces i- a tuildlnff !
on the Esplanade, with nobody In call, and
if Johnny had got the best of the overseer,
he might have killed him. Ee declares that
he cares nothing for his life. Public safety
requires that isch fellows should not be al
lowed at large. Johnny is now at work oa
the Esplanade, whh a ball aid chain attached
to his leg.
Sad AcciDcrr. On Thundtj lut, at Kn
alo PliuUtlon, AVUlle Wilder, tldwt on of
Mr. S. G. 'WUarr, the proprietor, fell Into,
one of the cUriSert, the Juice In which -was
at the boiling point. The lad vras amaslcg
himself in the scgir-house, and bad parted
upon the platform, which U on a IcTel with
the- tops of the clarlSen, where he bnsled
mmseii in pnsmng tne Hammings along toe
trough with a paddle. The native attendant
had just gone to the stram-cock and shut off
toe steam, laying nis summer across tne
usual passage way, when Willie, wishing to
pass to the other side of tho darlficr, at
tempted to go between the side of the bouse
ana tne box oi saumnimgs set on me para
pet. The box, with his pressure, gave way
and slid into the clariSer, he falling across
it,, with Ids legs fully immersed in the boning
juice. He caught with his hands on the op
posite side of the clarlfier, and pulled him
self out, instantly, before even thoseathand,
alarmed by bis scream of terror, could reach
His clothing and shoes were cut down
and removed at once, but the few seconds'
contact of the boiling liquid had LuClcted a
mortal Injury both of his legs and the ab
domen were scalded beyond chance of re
covery. Reaction never set In, though the
little fellow survived twenty-four hours.
The injured ports, denuded of the skin,
seemed cold, and dead; he complained that
he could not get warm. Medical assistance
was procured from town, but no human aid
could avail to save his life. His body was
brought to town on Friday night, and the
funeral, from the residence of Dr. Judd, on
Sunday, was largely attended.
The Idaho. The favorite steamer iiZoAo,
which, during the late trip of the Jlontono,
was laid up for repairs, returned to this port
last Sunday morning, very much Improved
in appearance and strength, having been
thoroughly renovated, cleansed and repaint
ed, at an expense of over $40,000. As
the heavy dead-weight cargoes of sugar in
bags w bich she is accustomed to carry, sub
jects the ship to an unusual strain, it
was thought best by her proprietors to make
her much stroogcr than she needed to be for
an ordinary mixed cargo. For this purpose,
an extra planking six inches thick was laid
on, about tea feet in n idth, around the entire
vessel; the new planks being at short inter
vals vertically bolted together, as well as se
cured to the ship with screw bolts, in the
most substantial manner. A large number
of extra knees, braces and stanchions were
also introduced, to strengthen the ship and
sustain both the upper and lower decks. It
Is found that even this slight increase'of beam
and buoyancy at the water-line prevents the
vessel from rolling as much as formerly, and
we are assured by Dr. Newcomb, Rev. Mr.
Corwla, and other passengers, that they
never made so comfortable a passaze in this
respect upon any sea-going vesseL We heart
ily congratulate the Company, the Com
mander, and the traveling community upon
this improvement. It is a pledge that the
owners of the steamer line are disposed to
spare no pains or expense in making pro
vision for the comfort and safety of the public
New Roofing. Corrugated Iron roofing
is being put on the new building of Mr. G.
Rhodes, ou Eaahumanu street. This is a
new material for Honolulu,' though it has
been In use in England and elsewhere for
some years post. It i used not only for
roofing, but also for siding, so that it Is
available for covering In the frame entirely,
Aal nulling a lire-proof building at less ex
pense than stone or other material. The
roofing is made in sheets of various sizes,
the two used by Mr. Rhodes being CO inches
In width by 6 and S feet in length. It is
about as heavy as good sheet-iron. It
covers quickly, and Is therefore ' less ex
pensive than shingles or slates. The advan
tages cf this roofing is, that while fire-proof,
it is of less weight than slates, and the first
cost and the expense of putting it on is less
also. This rooting was procured in Victoria,
where: It is In general use.
The EncmoN or Vesctics. At a recent
sitting of the Paris Academy of Sciences,
Palmeiri, of Naples, sent in a communication
on the eruption of Mount Vesuvius, which
seemed to be on tho decline a short time ago,
but which, he says, now seems to have set
tied down into a state of permanence, emit
ting a little lava every day, a maximum and
minimum being perceptible at certain stated
hours. A fissure about four hundred yards
long, opened a few days ago exactly at the
spot where tourists leave their horses in
order to make the ascent. From this new
cap a quantity of lava kept flowing quietly
for seven days, and now the stream has re
commenced from the crater.
Bxcxtill At Eobals, BawauL, Angmt 19,
attb rairfeitc cf tb bride a Hiliier, Rt. June
Bicketl to Ellen X Bond
Fur j r McIsttxx In Hoaolclc. Acr. 2th, at
tb rralnce cf tb bride ubr. jDarii flimer
to Ja&c ilcC- 3IcIotjreT d .Tighter of Archibald
HcIn.Tre, Eta. No cards.
At Talrawaat. Hasj-, Jea Urn, lira. Sarah Jeffer
son, ard SO Tears. b was tb mutber cf Mr.
Joba lary, ct this dry. Al a shuck X uiu, ready
tx tb gaiiriBj of tb Great Rsaper, she baa ftii
lUled her minta oa earth. Herisaixy coble and
bireir traits of character endeared her ta a Urge cir
tie cf frieadj, aad ta tb heart cf her children her
memory is euhriaed aj a rood Oiriarian mother.
Ia Oablaad, Califiiraia, July tls Elizabeth JL,
wi2ecf Jacob Hardy, aad daughter of Ber. L. An
drew a, cf thia city, aged 37 yean and aeTen inoatha.
At Knloa, Oaho, Anpist a, Wl&aai C, eldest eon
cf SamcelG. Wilder, afed9yeara, Snioatha, and 9
days. A palnfol acode&t teivinited th life cf thi
yotxnx and bra re hearted lad. Ills scf eriss were
abort, bat borne with trae berotssx. Th "land be
yond the rirer" ta hi ch&iLh heart, teemed bright
beantifal, and aBariagv th ahadawa of death tell
epeo hiPT. Tb endieaneae of th calamity was
cerwhelGinav and fa banian wisdom, tb Pro ide&c
aeexaa dark and tnscnitab!.
My God, my Father, while I array
Far Crocs sty hooe, oo life7 rocgb way.
Oh, teach me froa my heart to say,
Thy will fc don !
If thoa abonldst call ex to resign
"VTtat most I prize, it Der was mis ;
I ciy yield, the what waa this i
" Thy will b des V
Eanew my wiU from day ta day;
Blend it with thi&e, aad tab away
Wbate'er now male it hard ta say,
Ihy will bcdoQel"
EX R. CJVYLIE!
SQUARE AND AIICII Fire Bricks,
Floor Oil Cloth. 3 inches wide, ia pieces
of -J yards each elegant patterns.
Sheet Zinc, Not. 9 and It.
'Manila Cordage, i to 1 inches,
Eariaps, inches wide,
French Claret ia eases.
Fine Marten's Brandy ia eases.
Best English Porter, is pints and quarts,
Draught Ale English aad German, ia 60
English Bottled Ale, in pints aad quarts,
For Sale at Lowest Market Rates by
35-4t H. HACEFELD A CO.
FrOICES OF DRIED APPLES.
Flour, cf various brands,
Ten biers. Wrapping Paper,
For tale ia ergantieies to salt by
3Mt tt. HACKPELD t CO.
A CHEAP BUUGY. lXQCIUK OF
Mt Dlt. WM. 11ILLEBRAXD.
Just Received ex Idaho.
A SMALL INVOICE OF FLAX SEED
Oil Calm Meal.
A verv superior article of Feed for Horses
and L at tie.
; Sj-Jt ADAMS A WILDER.
j Columhia River Salmon
rT THE CATCH OF 1S6S.-
barrels and half barrels.
For Sal by pi-Jral I10LLES Jt CO.
TS TW0-A2.D-A-HAI.F PO0XD CANS, As-
sorted. For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
Patty's English Pie Fruits,
-TEr. AND FOIt SALE BT
JL 31-Jm BOLLES A CO.
Best English. Pickles,
ITIOR SALE BV
' 3m BOLLES A CO.
A SMALL LOT. OF SUPERIOR QUALT-
For Sale by
BOLLES 4 CO.
-VJ-O. 0 TO C LIGHT RAVENS DUCK,
JL Heavy Ravens Duck,
Bees Wax. etc.
For Sale by p:-3m BOLLES A CO.
A SMALL LOT OF THE BEST QUALI
ties, in papers. For Sale by
3-3ra BOLLES A CO.
STOCKHOLM PITCH. IN BARRELS and
half-barrels. For Sale by
3-3m BOLLES A CO.
SUPERIOR QUALITY, RECEIVED PER
B. C. WYLIE. For Sale by
BOLLES & CO.
IN ONE AND TWO POUND TINS, FROM
Colombia River. A Splendid Article.
For Sale by 3S-3m BOLLES A CO.
C TWO GALLON DEMIJOHNS.
For Sale by 3-3m BOLLES A CO.
FULL ASSORTMENT OF SIZES.
For Sale by 32-3ra BOLLES A CO.
AMERICAN MANUFACTURE. For Sale
by 32-3m BOLLES A CO.
Received per Idaho,
"I OLDEN GATE MILLS FLOUR.
VJT Extra Family, and Bakers' Extra, from
the New Crop of Wheat of ISM.
For Sale by 3:-3m BOLLES A CO.
Crackers in Tins.
PIC NIC, WATER. BOSTON. SODA.
WAFER, ASSORTED, JENNY LIND
CAKES. For Sale by
3:-3ra BOLLES A CO.
Pilot and Navy Bread.
TJOR SALE BY
BOLLES A CO.
Per Steamer Idaho,
AND FOR SALE BY
J3ACIFIC COD FISH,
English Herrings, in tins,
California Smoked Hams.
California Smoked Bacon,
French Olive 00" Plagniols,"
Golden Gate Flour,
Half Boxes Raisins,
Quarter Boxes Raisins,
Soft Shell Almonds,
Cases of Sardines, i and boxes,
BILLS OF EXCHANGE Bought
and Sold. Apply to
W. L. GREEN,
EVERAL VALUABLE Properties
r or sale and .Lease. Apply to
S-3a W. L. GREEN.
ORDERS RECEIVED FOR THE
HONOLULU IRON WORKS Co., aad
Estimates for Machinery riven. Apply to
23-3n W. L. GREEN.
A GREAT VARIETY OF SEW
aad Seeoad-haad Sogar and other Ma
chinery for sale. Apply to
K-3m W. L. GREEN.
CHARTERS Negotiated and Ves
sels bought aad sold. Apply to
W. L. GREEN,
AT THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY
?0n Fort Street,
MAY BE SEEN THE VIEWS TAKEN
Late Lava Flow at Kahuku !
And the ErTects of the Lata
Earth qnalie at YFiolilau, Eaxi.
Also VIEWS OF KTLAUEA and other
places. Cards of the Kings, Queens, Chiefs,
etc, aD for sale at Low Prices. Alto, Oval
Frames of all sixes, aad a few Square Frames,
which will be sold cheap.
:Wn H. L. CHASE.
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE rBOVIS-
X ions or tho Charter or tb lloyal Hawaiian
Agrieultaral Society, there will be a General
Meeting of the members of said society, held
at the Court House on Friday, Ang. :3th, at
II o'clock, M. F. II. IIAISiUS,
It Recording Secretary,
Guardian's Sale of Personal
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER MADE IN
Chambers, on tho 14th day of August.
1S6S, at Wailuku. Maul, by the Hon. A. J.
Lawrence, Judge cf tho 2nd Judicial District,
Hawaiian Islands. Notice is hereby given that
I shall tell at Fublio Auction, oa THURSDAY,
the 3d DAY OF SEPTEMBER, 1S63. com
mencing at 10 o'clock, A. M., to the highest
bidder for Cash, scar the house of Geo. B.
Miner at Makawao. Island of Maui, all tho
Personal Property belonging to the minor
children of B. IL SniQn, deceased ; consist
ing of Horses, Cattle, Working Oxen, Thresh
ing Machines, Carts, Ploughs, Harrows. Cul
tivators, Carpenter's and Blacksmith's Tools,
Fanning Mills, Household and Kitchen Fur
niture, etc.. etc.
Said sale will continue from day to day
until said property is disposed of, and will be
made by TU0S. W. EVERETT. Auctioneer.
GEO. E. MINER,
Guardian of the Minor Heirs of B. 11. Sni&n.
Watluku. Aug. Hth, 1S6S. 32-2t
a. a. winnits, a. r. suxciuan, c. a. aoA!r.
WILLIAMS. B LAN CHARD & CO.,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 305 Front Street,
SI SAX FIIAXCISCO. t&n
rrtllE BOARDING SCHOOL for
X HAWAIIAN BOYS having been amal
gamated with the Ven. Arcndeacon Mason's
School at Labaina. a SELECT ENGLISH
DAY SCHOOL will be commenced on MON
DAY, AUGUST 21th, at tho School Housa in
Pauoa Valley. Hours 9.30 A. it. to 3.30
P. M. ClIAKLliS tt M. XL UliK,
Piano-Forte Maker & Tuner,
OFFERS 1IIS SERVICES
Bf.ip Tt.n.irin unA Tnnin ( Piann.
1 ' havinx the best of materials on
hand. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders left
at Mr. Fischer's Furniture Rooms will meet
with immediate attention.
H. TREMPER will leave these Islands on
the 1st of October, 31-ot
Per IlrigT Itoliert Cowan,
153 Barrels RED SALMON
IN PRIME ORDER.
For sale by
A. S. CLEGH0RN.
F. A. SCHAEFER & GO.
Per Haw'n Bark R. C. Wylie,
An Assortment of
FRENCH DRESS GOODS
and Fancy Article,
Dundee Hemp Canvas
AND SAIL TWINE,
Letter and Wrapping Paper,
Burlaps, Blacked Calfskins,
Pnints uml Pnlnt Oil,
Beers, Wines, Spirits, Alcohol.
For Sole at Reasonable Prices and on
51 Favorable Term. 2m
IF THOSE PIASTERS mid
OTHERS, in want of
will address a line to the undersigned, stating
what kind of men, and how many they will be
likely to want, he will endeavor to hare their
requirements met, as far as practicable.
There being at the present moment so many
different views as to
IVnat Class of Labor is Best,
or what Laborers will be permitted to be im
ported, that the united actioa which is neces
sary to obtaia any adequate amount of Impor
ted Labor is wanting. By getting the views
of the majority, something may be effected, or
a suGcient number of various classes of La
borers may be asked for to make it worth
while to organise (with the sanction of the
Board of Immigration) expeditions ia differ
29-lm W. L. GREEN.
W31 ran u a rezntar packet between Hono
lulu and Molokai, tonchinz at Kaonakakai
and Pakoo. For freight or pixtace apply to
the Captain cn board or
34-3m H. PKENDERGA5T, Agent
TVT -L. JEL "ST,
4S N-93 tons register, copper aad copper-fastened,
now running between this Fort aad HOo,
having just been put ia a thorough state of
repair aad furnished with a complete sett of
New Sails, Gear, Ground Tackle, etc., is bow
offered for sale. For particulars, apply to
L. L. T0BBERT,
!Mo J. H. Coney, HHo.
BEST FOR IRONING. For Sale
2t-3m WALKER 4 ALLEN.
KONA COFFEE !
CcTitiTitlyoa Hand aad for Bala In Qaasti
ties ta Suit.
THE CJTDEltSICSED IXFORH)
the public that he is prepared to furnish
Choice and fVell Dried Eona Coffee,
Harfeg the agency of the following parties ia
Messrs. Nxtiixz t Bisbxtt, Keopuka.
H. N. Garsxwxix. North Kona.
G. H. SrarLsrxs, Kauai an.
2Ma " A. S. CLEGH0RN.
Br C. S. BARTOW.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 27th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M.,
At Salesroom, will bo Sold a Variety of
Dry Goods, Brown aad White .Soap,
LOT of CLOTlIMfO, X GOLD -WATCH,
Cases of Kerosene,
Kegs of Brown Sugar.
Also, on Credit,
Lato Importations from San
Francisco and Europo,
An Assortment of
Such as .
Faney Checked Woolen Dress Goods,
Blankets, Moleskin Pants,
Bloo Flannel Shirts, Grey Shirts,
Anil Other Goods.
TERMS AT SALE.
On Monday, August 31st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
At Salesroom, by Order of tho Assignees' of
tho Estate or S. 8AVIDQK, will be
sold at Public Auction,
Two Shares of the Stock of Haiku Sugar Co.,
at a par Talus of $1000 each.
Also, Two Shares of Steamer Kilauea.
On Tuesday, 'September 1st,
"Regular Room Sale.
A Variety of
IXTE ARE PREPARED TO FUR
V nish Fire-Wood of tho Best Quality
Ohia, Koa, and Neneleau at our Landing,
near Hilo Bay, ia quantities to suit.
HITCHCOCK A CASTLE,
For further particulars, enquire of
Castle a Cooke, Agents. 2J-3m
THE UNDERSIGNED have formed
a Copartnership, dating from the 1st of
July, 1S6S, under the name of
HITCHCOCK Jc CASTLE.
Tho Business formerly carried on by Hitch
cock A Brother will be continued by tho new
firm. D. H. HITCHCOCK,
E. G. HITCHCOCK,
31-Tt C. A. CASTLE.
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.
Have Just Received
...... PER ......
DEL. O. XTTtTTiI3I!,
And Offer For Sale:
BALES WHITE SHIRTINGS,
Bales Hessians and Bagging,
Moleskin, Regatta Stripes,
Flannels, English Deriint,
Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Woolen Pant Stuff, Cashmeres,
Alpaca Coats, Cotton and Woolen Pants
Pilot Jackets, Heavy Blue Frocks,
Cotton Socks, Stockings,
Cotton and Linen Handkerchiefs,
Silk Umbrellas and Parasols.
Fine Linen Shirts,
Black Silk Braid, Sewing Silk,
Silk Ribbons, black and colored.
An Asst. of English Saddles,
Bridles, Bits. Girths and Spurs,
Scissors, Pocket Knives, Jewsharps,
tt ash xilne, l-oofing blasses.
Canvas, Rigging Leather,
White and Black English Paints,
LINSEED OIL AND TURPENTINE,
Whito aad Yellow Soap,
Bolt Rope, Tarred Rope,
House Rope, Manila Rope, Twine,
Rest EuRllhli Pale Ale.
German Lager Beer, Genuine Holland Gin,
Finest French Brandy, Nordhauser Whisky,
'Claret, Pantet, Canet, St. Julien.
Sherry and Port Wine, Hock Wines,
Alcohol and Rum, Corks,
And a Great Variety of other Goods. 31-2t
WALKER & ALLEN
OFFER FOR SALS
Per Recent Arrivals,
THE FOLLOWING Assortment of
Salmon ia Barrels,
Salmon ia half-barrels,
Salmoa ia kits,
Ooiaehans ia kits,
Dried Annies, hf-bbls.
Cases Oregon Hams
Fresh Salmon in 1 lb tint,
Small lot superior Bran,
Ass'd Nails, Downer's Kerosene,
Kona Coffee, Ass'd Cordage,
Burlaps, Cotton Duck,
20-1 m Ae., Ac., Ac.
BRIGHT ANNEALED Fence Wire,
Nos. 5, 0. Jest received per " R. C.
WYLLIE," aad for sale by
30-2m C. BREWER i CO.
JUST RECEIVED, aa Invoice of
It Manila Cordage, assorted sues.
For sale by
2-t CHAS. N. SPENCER A CO.
.THE COMMODIOUS RESIDENCE aac.
Koa Richards' Street, Hoaolula', latolyjff
occupied by B. Sterling, Esq. Apply ta
2i-3m A. S. JUDD.
A Stove that is a Stove!
a- A FEW MORE LEFT, OF
those 'ebrated Premium Stoves,
K"TP"S H" "PEERLESS," aad
fJHI" ELDORADO," with or without ex
tension. Please aS and examine, at
35-3m Corner Fort A Merchant Sil.
Br ADAMS & W1LDUK.
Wednesday, August Mtk,
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Sabo-Rooa..
WILL BS SOLD,
A VARIETY OF IERCHUWSE I
Coburgs, Shawls, Cloaks,
An Assortment of Groceriw,
Card Matohes. Crockery.
Downer's Kerosese OH,
Three Barrels Polar Oil,
A Small Invoice of Desirable
Coats, Talmas, Loggias,
Pants, Round Combs and Pipes.
Also, ex Idaho,
rVcvr Cala. Onions,
Oatss antl Ilrnn.
Ex. bark E. C. Wyllie, from Sreaes,
Genuine Saur Kraut.
SCHOONER AT AUCTION!
"Wednesday, August 26th,
At 1 O'clock, p. m., .
At Old Custom House Wharf, will be offered
at rublie talo
A I British Schooner RED ANT,
31 Tons Burthen.
a Built In Auckland ia 1S5I, and ntwly
eippered in September, isor, with
New R'ctring. Two Anchors. (T6 fatlomt
chain ea:h), Kedgo Anchor, Boat and Oars,
uauey aid f ixtares,
VITH A GOOD SUIT OF SAILS,
And a Full Inventory in Complete
Order and ready for Sea.
Comet and Idaho.
ON FRIDAY, August 28th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
At Sales-room, will be. offered at Publia
Auction, an assortment of
DRY GOODS, CHOICE TEAS, &0.'
JUST KECEIYED BY
AND BARK COMET,
Ami Consisting in part of:
iO'Boxej New Pouehong and Tin
2i Boxes Orange Pekoe
Tea, very fine flavor.
2S Boxes choice Black Orange Tea,
20 Boxes Natural Leaf Japan Tea.
ioe txgsSo. x cniXA kice,
100 Coils Manila Rope, small sites.
China Silk Handkerchiefs,
Nankeen, Sewing Silk,
White Shirts, Table Cloths,
Ladies Dress Goods,
Chambray, Fino Cambric,
Brown Cotton, t
Embroidered Window Curtains,
Check Muslins, Linen Towels,
Silk Ribbons, faacy colors.
Nests American Trunks, '
Charcoal Irons, Handled Axes,
Cases Card Matches,
Fresh and Spiced Oysters, Ae., Ao.
REAL ESTATE IHJ4UUANU VALLEY.
HOUSE AXI LOT WITH IS
ACKES OF I-AII).
ON SATURDAY, AUG. 29th,
At 11 O'clock at Sales-Room will bo
offered at Public Auction
Those Desirable Premises on Nuuaum
At present occupied by U. E. Melntyre, Esq.
A Well Built House with Six K coral)
A Cook House,
Coach House and Stables with Servant's
Smoke House, Milk House,
Hen House, Ac, Ae.
With. Thirteen Acres of Land fenced
with a Good Stone 1ValI.
Connected with the House Lot is a well
found Garden, with a large number of Peach,
Apple, Mango and other Fruit Trees in bear
ing order. ,
Tho whole forming a very pleasant Family
Residence, and more particularly desirable as
being freo from the dpst and heat of the towav
Xoto stream, of Mountain' Water'
run through the Land.
A Liberal Credit will be given for a portion
of the Purchase Money.
Tho House aad Lot eaa be examined at any
time by application to the Auctioneers
ADAMS A WILBXR.
Also, at Sales-room,
AT SAME TIME, WILL BE SOLD,
Small Lot of Furniture.
Particulars by posters.
AT SALES ROOM,
On Tuesday, September 1st,
' At 10 O'clock, A. M.f
REGULAR SALE OP
Particulars by Potters.
On Monday, September 7ta,
At 10 O'Cloek, A. x.,
At the Residence of 3. W. HAHN, SanUs
Lane, ia the rear of tke Cttsioeio
Church, wiH be sold :
The Entire teeter, mw(mt
Comprising tke nasal aswrssaest of
PARlfOB, BEDBOOS ASD KITCHKX '
Alfirost entirely aew having bees issaortsd
from Europ by the owner, aad fa fee Iwa
p&- Partiealari by Poster.