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aOXULCLC. SEPT. M. 1ST0.
Wt m Mtc aereral airrjvala during the put
,. mm tiawmr Jrw San FraneUco, and the
tfVeev to I the Srst vessel to bring
Sac zaar t featea Jar Irani the.'lOlh te 15 th.
Tm MM aaffar "f James is at bind
fr. a. Yakaaaaaa. ujag uua.i charter ta load guano.
Taiaat GaaaMrwaWat bud frm Lireipaat, with
atf- to Tin. R Davie.
aHatiar abaa sTu leva Star umd an tbe Sail,
tha h af HaoaaaaUa. Mcaiaa, wkb a cargo of
t llnji I kanac aaedet thit partite crt-
M4.MK4il Lausu'iesajtrsf - "
Ta all Mil aha lilaai alined yesterday 122
a ttaa Imm, with uMrtrf aatca to C. Brewer A
Iht 'Want J. Beaks sails Va-aay fac San Frasmea
laaaas. iaa . Vtc Ta arig B.atrt Cawan Hill
r TaHani. aa4 tfce ithsaiier
A. I. Jaraaa a. afl aaat weak fv Gati Pvanatsea.
: aa ta wajr f Waiee, ta re part.
i vb M aali and saiaewfttat neg-
M at Aaataaa bat Saturday tbe pro-
aa la Natchez premise", lately oeeapied
far tfc ram of $I.TM. which i
tear, tt fceaag a WT durable 1 oca-
Mi Ha Sa. Oar. JUtuio.
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la avay aa. Jaawa. aaaaata, aaaaaa lai laaauaina.
fcattWW. Sala.Sn Aarsfrem Liverpool.
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taadai fra-m Beaten.
tir ta.ni far m. .
akr awa Baj. far Iwt Brtrr.
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ahr Waaita, SarH1 Mw.
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aakr Maa, far HawaX.
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a-a 1 1-( ilf. --. pk-n'ii
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nmwn ar cafr. shms. svitb.
mmoucuc mkan time.
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SMC HW BIUi ASD SETTING.
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4 44 . .Sea Set. S 46 .
JIwK. &. &. earurp: left our port jesterdty for
a-n Flaaclxja. latlnp a maL During tbe abort
af of aaa tMai ixTT. hrr cEfrn bare rctdea rcrj
Tnn c tcaprcMlen sa ocr conmnnlt', and tbe
'odlf -iKpnt U Itial tbry aboold cot bare remained
Os SatardiT rrcnirip, a man u thrown from bis
ban, at tke topef tbe TxYL Havlss; a bottle In tbe
ifcwrt of bit aairt, it broke in tbe I'll, and cut
lm tra-tta---r. bst cot Mriootlr.- Moral Be careful
-a btjcjou carrr beUIe trben too po down hill.
Tit Et-arui2T bring intormalion of tbe arrival
of "tbe Acvtritn Fricate Docan, at Callao, alter a
yaaaagetrf fifty Uya from flosolnlo. .Ercryone on
are! tc Tf nan m-ntrd satiified, alter tbe trial at
aea.er Ute aobatantial natnrc of tbe repairs made
'onabe Hf here.
CeMlemta lately arrived from Koni, we
tz laa! Jbc ceploni rains nhlcb bare fallen there
laef litu attrtrd CTcrvtbin: j-tjwinj; in the finest
asrle. Tbe Tarlona crops In that ditttict look green
and lturiabin, and tbe people anticipate abundant
"Wclwar ibat a nnmber of yonntr men In this city
x-retrjfcsrJo form a Dramatic Clnb for the pnrpote
tf shies amatear ecterulnmeata. 'Tbcre ! plenty
cf lalccl in our cotam unity, and ire hope they frill
f ,- CO
, pa i pgi 5J
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Orasa) n 19
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sfl aaaa.Kc.ka 2
ahfriaiVi. e 4
jtalalT l rE 11
Ox Slonday, Her i!3ty Queen Emma, and
Suite, and a large number of opr residents, ladies
and gentlrmen, viiited tbe Kearsarge, to witness a
row Irg match between one oi her boats and one of
the JamestownTcntters. "The race was an exciting
one, and resulted in tbe victory of the Kt-artarge'a
boat. Tbe gut-Els were entertained, in tbeaflemoon,
on board of tbe Kearsarge, and repaired In tbe
evening on board the'Jamestown,' w here "dancing
was kept up until a late li nr.
The next mall from San Francisco, which is jhix
loofly looked for, w 111 probably be received by the
Ethan Alliiaa there is no tnnUcnt ve&eel likely
to a'rrivelbefore her. She' is now (but., from here
about forty days, and onbt to arrive the first of
next week. Tbe Comet although oat only about
thirty days, Is expected to have had unusual dispatch
from San Francitco, and may be looked for during
tke latter part of next week.
The clerk of the wcaiher has changed bis pro
cramme at last and allowed us several lively show
ers of rain which have been much needed. Ve
bupe our nelshbnrs on tbe other Islands are as for
tunate In this respect as e are, lor they are In
wautof rain more, if any tlilng.than ourselves.
. ii I '.
AT tbtrlast regular Monthly Meeting of Protection
Hook fc Ladder Company No. 1, field last Monday
evening, the following Officers were unanimously
elected forthecnsulngjear: Foreman II. I. Nolte,
Assis't. Foreman, Kobt. E. Wk"eman, Secretary,
August Clavie, Treasurer, V. "E. Herriek, Deleeatc,
C. E. Williams. The Company now numbers S5
TnE sbIp7oZaiiofBrener&Co's., line, arrived on
Monday forenoon in 122 days from Boston, which is a
first-rate lwssage out and Is about thirty days less'
than she made last ear. If Opt Hopes never makes
a longenpassage than the present one, be will do
bis share toward keeping up the reputation of the
line. The Iolanl has hauled into -Market Wharf,
and lias commenced dlffliarpiu" ber cargo, which
is turning out in good condition.
The moonlight evenings seem to be enjoyed more
than usual this month from the contrast to the sul
triness during the day. It appears as if we were
in another climate after the sun disappears. Boat
ing,, rhling and promenades are the order while tbe
moori'Ias'ts; and during the past week, those fund ol
fishing have enjoyed capital sport along the city
front, n bleb has been crowded with anglers, who
liave bad a big run of luck.
ROKaWATs. On Thursday last, some horses
which were left standing in front of a saloon on
Merchant Street, while their riders were Inside,
aprenlly not liking the arrangement, started on
their "own book,!' rushing .along .Mcrrbani and
down Kaabumanu Streets, almost nuking a smash
up barely escaping running into a carriage stand
ing there. The bnat-bojs finally brought them up
at the foot of Kiiahumauu Street.
That eminent authority who undertook, about a
yearag'o, to prnye that Shukcprure was merely tbe
tlt-plather of bis own works, mid got bully because
no one thought lb worth while to dispute bis ridicu
lous assertions on that subject, has apparently miidc
an iniHrtant discovery as to the identity ol our
Paris correspondent All we feel at liberty to say
on tbe subject Is, that be has come about as near
tbe real state of tho case as he dors in many
other things upon which hegives an opinion with
out knowing an) thing ol the facts of the casein
The Croton Oil Plant. A contemporary, in bis
Issue of August 27ih, speaks of the effect that eatinga
few croton oil nuts bad upon several young people,
who were taking a stroll out of town. The fact is,
that tin. re are no croton oil nuts growing wild in this
country, although there Is a pluut growing wild here,
tbe CVimi Turgaut, which is sometimes called tbe
croton oil tree, by those who do not kuow any bet
ter. We Imagine if theyonng people in question,
had eateu freely of croton oil beans, there would
have been 'several funerals next day. By reference
to any Botanical Work, any one can find the differ
ence between the Curcut purgan and the Croton
To DAT, appears in another column, the Pros
pectus of Hit Commercial Herald, tbe first number
of which is to be published by Black it Auld on
Saturday, the 17th Inst From what we learn ol the
course proposed to be pursued by the Commercial
Herald, we are convinced Unit it will fill a void
which has long been lelt by this community, namely,
an "Independent commercial and political paper,
which will not be guided in its course by any
feeling of personal animosity or petty epitc, but
will honestly and independently give free expression
to the views of a large majority of the people of
Ox Saturday last, one of tbe boilers for tbe Ki
isuea, made at tbe Honolulu Iron Works, was
placed on board .that vessel. The labor of hauling
It alongside, and of pultingit in l(s place on buard
the vessel can be imagined when it is considered
that tbc boiler weighs between eleven and twelve
tons. These boilers are made upon tbe most ap
proved plan,-and ItUbe best -possible, manlier, and
we confidently assert that if the Kllauca does not
make irood time hercalter. It will not be on account
f want of steam. The other boiler, we understand,
will be completed In a sort time, and we shall
soon tee the steamer making regular trips around
Those Besolutioj.6. The Jifirfifr, of Satur
day last, made the statement that, certain resolu
tions, said to have been passed at a mt-etingof Plan
ters on Eatt Maul, were "sent to the Gazette for
publication," and that the "gentlemen to whom
the subject was referred to here, giltcd with more
prudence and legal knowledge than those concerned
In tbe affair, very discreetly bad tbe proceedings
suppressed, and consequently they have not been
paulUhed.'l Now, we flatter ourselves that we
know abont as much of what is sent to tbe Gazette
for publication as any one else, and we can assert
with all truthfulness that no such resolutions as re
ferred to, or any other, have ever been sent to this
papar for publication, and we might add that should
they have been received, or should tbey be received,
weiwould undoubtedly publishithem, notwithstand
ing we might be Included in the charge of coxspir
act. If our friend would tuke a little more pains
in informing' himself as to facts, instead of wildly
anapplne up every 6treet rumor be bears, he would
avoid a great many ridiculous positions in which be
The Keaksakoe. This celebrated ship of war
arrivedratthls'port on..lhe fst InH.,tforly"to dajs
fruin Callao, Peru, under the command of Copt. J.
S. Thornton, who was her Executive Officer at the
time of tbe sinking of tbe Alabama. We under
stand that when Capt. Thornton was assigned to
tbe command of be- Kearsarge, he requested that
the ship should be permitted to remain exactly ta
ttle same condition as when the fight with the Ala
bama took place. This request was complied with
by the Department, and we are permitted to see the
hip in the same condition and with tbe same bat
tery 'as when that most remarkable naval combat
tvok place. Tbe bolts to which the cbaln armor
wasattached, arc still to be seen in the side of the
ship. We give below a list or the ofilcers ot the
Cbmmarfr James S. Thornton.
Lieut. Commander and Extc Officer J. Wcidmsn.
' LlnU. Commander and Xatigator C V. Gridley.
JlatUn-C S. Sperry, A.B. H. Llllie, W. T. Sw In
Siitign W. Swift
Paymatter'B. M. Meade. --Surgeon
Lieut, of Marines T. H. Harrington.
Engineer S. Albert.-
Atst. Engincen Fbillippi, Gardiner and Fnrdie.
JSoaUuxtin Thomas Bennet. . ,
Captaln'i Clerk C H. Wood.
nilmatter' Clerk J. G. Wilson.
The Late Fiues at Makawao. A local paper
states lu its last issue, that it baa the authority of a
gentleman recently from Makawao, that it is' tbe
opinion of the proprietor of the Hobron plantation
that the Boiling House was accidentally set on fire
from tbe tobacco or opium pipe of tbe Chinese
watchman on guard. This is a very fair story,, but
It will hardly becrcdlted wben we state upon the
authority of Marshal Parke, who has recently visit
ed tbe scene of the fire, that there was no Chinese
watchman on the place at all, and that the proprie
tor has not the slightest idea that the Jnlldlng was
fired accidentally. No watchman whatever was em-
ployed about tbe p'lace," although a"Cb"lnamansIcpt
in the boiling house, using a spare iron cooler
some two feet deep, in which be bad bis mats, for a
bedstead. He may or may not bac smoked tobacco
or opium In bis bed, but no one unlets it be the
gentleman from Maul," and of course -his friends ol
the IcfwrtiAfr, supposes that the coolertookflreand
communicated the flames to the building. The cir
cumstances of the fire were as follows: the China
man who slept in tbe Boiling House was In the
habit of getting up at fonro'cloek and calling the
firemen to 1'lL'bt the tires under the boilers, in order
that work might commence at five i.'clock. Onthe
morning of the fire, be was or. his way to tbe quar
ters of the firemen, when he saw the Are on the
roof of the drying house, which Is alttebcd to the
boiling bouse. lie immediately rushed to tbe bell
and commenced ringing it violently. Others saw
the fire abputthe same time tbe Chinaman did,, and
confirm his statement In every respect, the fac be
ing also stated, that the fire was first discovered on
tbe roof of thcdrylng house some twenty-five feet
, frophfTOrtlMi man s Irpt.tand wliere be'bad"Just
left. The supposition is that the place was wilfully
set on fire by some person who took some dry trash,
which was lying near the place, and placing it onthe
roof icnlted it with a match, during the time tbe
Chinaman was on his way to tbe bouse where the
firemen were sleeping.
A man has been arrested for setting fire to the
cooper shop and trash house. He was brought to
Honolulu by Marshal ParkeonSundaymorning.and
t now In prison awaiting trial.
On Saturday Morning, Sept. 17th, 1870,
Will be issued in Honolulu the first number, of a
Weekly Newspaper, to be called.
"The Commercial Herald."
Tbe time has evidently arrived when a new ex
ponent of public opinion in these islands Is imper
atively demanded The necessity has clearly arisen
fora Commercial Newspaper and Advertising Medium,
which shall be second to none of its cotetnporaries in
point of execution and in its mechanical details,
which shall express the views of the majority, and at
the same time, be independent of Government in
Hucnco and patronage.
In presenting the claims of such a Newspaper for
tbe support of the public, it is incumbent upon us to
declare the general principles by which we propose to
In r.ilitics, we have no implicit faith in the par
amount virtue or value of any particular form of
government. We find here a Monarchy, and we
believe it to be will suited to the people. We thall
lend our assi-tance in adapting that form of govern
ment to the needs of tbe existing state of society.
We hope and intend in the conduct of this paper to
be to the King, loyal; to bis Ministers, courteous;
and to the People, true. We shall use our efforts to
strengthen the bands of any Ministry whore policy
we may consider in accord with the true interest of
the country, and will advocate a change, when in our
opinion, their policy fails by that test. Our motto in
this respect will be " measures not men."
The Material Welfare acd Industrial Progress of the
Kingdom. it will be the special endeavor of THE
COMMERCIAL HERALD" to advocate and foster.
The Commercial, Agricultural and Manufacturing in
terests will always find our columns devoted to their
wants. Reports from different markets, statistical in
formation, new inventions and improved methods and
processes will be diligently collected and laid before
our readers. In advocating this Industrial Progress,
we unhesitatingly commit ourselves to tbe principles
of Free Trade that logical theory which pro
pounded by tbe philosopher in bis closet, has been
verified in history by the practical experience, of na
tions. Wo look upon the so-called system of " Pro
tection" to native industry, by tbe imposition of high
duties on imported articles, as perplexing and injur
ious to any country which adopts it, as the hot-bed of
monopoly and the bane of foreign commerce, whilst
it signally fails to secure to thai industry the protec
tion it professes to afford.
The Labor Question, now eo prominent, will have
our careful consideration. We believe that the Mas
ter and Servant Act is, in tbe main, just, right, and
fit for the stato of society which exists, or is likely to
exist, in tbe Hawaiian Islands. The fameretnarkap
plies to eontracts for labor 4or a term of years, in
telligently entered into and justly enforced.
Religious discussions we consider out of the prov
ince of a general newspaper, and shall therefore de
In thus explaining our principles 'and objects, we
think we utter no " uncertain sound" and to those
who differ from us conscientiously, and perhaps
strongly, we proffer the hnnd of frinedship ; and trust
that in reasoning together we may never allow the
discussion of measures or principles t degenerate in
to vulgar personal biikcring. Let us each admit that
the other has a proper motive the public good and
Jn pursuing .that object let us be calm from tho be
lief that sound reason must in tbe end prerail.
Finally, we crave the indulgence of all classes of
our readers, especially at the commencement of our
enterprise. We are well aware thaft to conduct a
newspaper fully worthy of being patronized by the
discerning public of these Islands, is a very difficult
task, but we assure them that neither time nor pains
will be spared to make " THE COMMERCIAL HER
ALD," in as shprta.time as may be, the best news
papcrnndthe truest exponent of public opinion in
tbe Hawaiian Islands.
Subscription price, $5.00 a year, in advance. Single
copies 12 cents.
BLACK & AULD,
PubUtheii and Proprittort,
r 34;2t Merchant Street", Honolulu,. U. I.
Lisences Expiring in September, 1870.
R BTAILr 0AI1U, 2nd John Neill, 6th II. E. Mc
Intvre, 7th Alu i. Asee. Eth M. T. Dnnnell, 8th
Ah Mu Aiirfith (irinbanui k Co., 10th Chulan i.Eros.,
10th Oco. C. McLean, 20th Ah Kana, 18lh II. Bird,
23rd Ah Liu, 9th Ah Pai, ISth Ah See, 10th T. Moss
man & Son. Ewa, 2Slb Ah Kce.
M0L0KAI Kaunakakai, 10th J. C. Fountain.
KAUAI Waimea, 20th, S. P. Handchett.
HAWAII Hamakua, 2nd G. M. Coffin.'
WJiolesnlc OAUU 7th T. C. Heuck, 30th
A. S. Cleghorn."
Ilctail Spirits. --0AHU 1st Joseph Moris, 20th
Hughes A Dunne, 22nd G. W. IlooghUiliug.
Victunlling.--0A1IU 3rd Akan, 6th, Gan Si,
2Sth Mrs. Elese Bricknedde.
Butchcr.OAUU 14th 0. G. Clifford, Uth E.
HorseOAHU 1st C. P. Ward, No. 192.
RW'.TVTofriildo'' frnm fThino rlifonf
AND FOR SALE BY
AFONC & ACHUCK.
fIEA AND ASSORTED PltESERVED
Manila Cigars, Jlanila Ropc, ,
. 4-4 WhitcMatting, assorted qualities.
4-4 Colored Matting. ' "
Rattan Chairs, '
PRESERVED MEATS, '
Best Boston and California Meats and Soaps,
For sale by " (12)' - BOLLES 4 CO.
(La Scrgfon XL SArmj.) f
Can be consulted at bis residence on Chaplaia.EC,' between
8- Xanana and Fort Sta., -" 3m
;-r i. y- .
ALL persons having any claims against
the Estate of the late John Watson, are reques
ted to present the same to the undersigned, and all
persons indebted to the said Estate will make imme
diate payment to
Attorney in fact for the' Heirs.
Honolulu, Sept. 6th, 1870. 34-lm
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE,
The Fine Thre-vmasted Fchr.
A. P. JORDAN,
PEIlItr, .... Master,
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH for the above
port. For freight or passage, apply to
34 WALK LR ALLEN, Agents.
rOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT,
A. S. CLEGHORN.
From England Direct!
AND FOR SALE BY
IVo. 59 Fort Street.
YRK HAMS, a smuli lot,
Tins of Scotch Herrings,
Cases Morton's Pie Fruits, 2 doz in each case.
Cases Morton's Pickles, 2 doz in each case.
Cases Morton's Jams A Jellies, 2 doz each case,
Cases Spanish Olives, Cases Fiencb do.
Cases French Imperials in Jars,
Cases French Mustard, Cases Pate de Foi Qras,
Cases Petits and Gras de Pols,
Lea fc Icrrlii' Sauce, Genuine,
Cases English Mustard in 7 lb tins.
Cases English Mustard in glass,
Cases Ground Black Pepper inglass
Cases Ground White Pepper in glass.
Cases Cream Tartar. Carb. Soda and Saleratus,
in glass, Cases Salad Oil, also in glass,
C'lihc.i Afn'il Herbs, Spices & Siiiiccm
Cases Chili Vinegar, Cases Curria Ponder,
Cases Sardines in $ and I lb tins.
Cases Dried Currauts iu stone jars.
Tins English Walnuts sad Soft Shell'Almonds.
FIRST VESSEL FROM SAN FRANCISCO,
Golden Gate Extra Family Flour,
Golden Gate Baker's Extra Flour,
Golden. Gate Superfine Flour,
New Humboldt Potatoes,
New Silrer-skin Onions,
Oregon Oats heavy and free from Burs,
Netr California Bran.
For Sale by
34-2t Fort Street.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
EX RECENT ARRIVALS FROM VICTORIA,
By Steamers from Sydney, .sis
QUARTER CASKS Murteli's Urand)-,
Quarter Casks Hcnncssy's Hrnnily,
Quarter Casks Soycrac Uraudy,
Qr. Casks United Vineyard Brandy,
Qr. Casks Jules Robin Brandy,
Cases Highland Whiskey,
gg Casks Bottled Ale,D
vlraMt ' Wortbington's and Aitten's. KaSfc
IIoKIicals Jnmnlca Rum,
Quarter Casks Sherry,
Australian Wine, ie.
N. B. Tbe undersigned glaring made arrange
ments with Importers of- the Best Brand of Xiquors,
in San Francisco, Victoria, B. C, aud Sydney, N. S.
W., will keep a supply of such in the Custom Huuse
stores, and is also prepared to order from cither tbe
above ports or England, by which a considerable
saving may be effected. Full information given as
to prices in the different markets. .
23 lOt IV. T.. GltEErV.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
ing between II. W. SEVERANCE and CHAS.
K. CLARK, under the firm name of SEVERANCE,
CLARK & CO.. is thjs day dissolved by limitation.
Either party will sign in liquidation.
II. W. SEVERANCE,
CHAS. K. CLARK.
No. 405 Front Street,
San Francisco, Augnst 1st, 1670.
Referring to tbe above notice of dissolution, the
undersigned would inform bis Island friends, that he
has' resumed tbe General Shipping and Com'mision
Business, at No. 403 Front Street, corner of Clay,
under tbe name of H. W. SEVERANCE A CO.
II. W. SEVERANCE.
San Francisco, Cal.Aug. 1st, 1S70. 32-lm.
milE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
Made Arrangements with Sydney Firms,
IS Prepared Jo Execute. Orders
For Merchandise of Eyerygescriptipfl,
On the Moat Advantageous Terms.
j33J Sydney, being one of the Largest and Cheap
est Markets in the Pacifie, offers unusual adrantages
to Purchasers of Goods for this Market, tbe Duties
there being low, and- drawbacks. allowed, sathat
lmn.f'am a pfil nf"Fn rm I ? nnf. o.n n. t
bad in quantities to suit, within Sixty Days from the
date ot forwarding tho order-,.
"aa-iot"' " " ' w?ii. gkees.
DR. IJUFFUM takes pleasure in informing
his many friends and the publie generally, that
be has moved into one of his Stores under his' Hall,
No. 20 Hotel Street, a few doois west of Nunana
Street, where he keens a good assortment of Drags
A Medicines, Perfumeries. Soaps, Hair Oils, Brashes,
Combs, Toilet Powder. Cologne, Bird Seed, ic, Ac.,
which he will sell cheap for cash. 32-St
GOTT MIT TJNS.
DIE AUF DEN SANDWICH IJtSELN
anwesenden Deutschen werden hlerdurch benacb
rlebtigt Jass iin Konsulate des Norddentschen
Bundes Listen zu Beitraegen fuer die Verpflegung
Verwundeter und zur Unterstuetzung der Wittwen
und Wai-eu .gefallener deuttchcr Krieger, zur Zeich
nung au?ge!egt sind.
Unsere deutschen BrueWcr in der Ileimatb opfern
Gut und lilut zur Verthe:di,;ung vaterlaendischen
Bodens und dcuUcber Ehro I Allen hiesigen deutschen
Palriuten wird bierdurch ebenfalls Gelegenheit gege
ben ihre S.vmpathie fuer Deutscblands gerechte Sache
durch die That zn bekraefligen.
Helft rasch und nach Kraeften.
Honolulu. 12 August. 1S70. 31-tf
THE term of Oahu College will com
mence on Wednesday, September 7th.
Candidates for admission will be examined on the
II. II. PARKER,
30-4t s Secretary of the Trustrees.
Boston Card Matches,
TTIOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
WharfS to re.
TJIOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
OR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
ITIOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
Camphor & American Trunks,
fJlOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
American Tubs & Fails,
JjlOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
ITIOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
31-lm Wharf Store.
TPOR SALE by
Jj A. S. CLEGHORN,
31-lm Wharf Store.
Salt "Water Soap,
yjlOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
J" ULS"t FLg c eive 3L
Per North-German Ship "Solo,"
Hawaiian Bark "E. W. Wood,"
AND FOR SALE BY
AFONC & ACHUCK.
jTESTS BATHING TUBS teak-wood.
Nests Camphor Trunks, Manila Rope, diff't sizes
Assorted White and Colored Matting,
Manila Cigars, Cut Tobacco,
Boxes Fine Oolong Tea, do. Ngo'tnie Tea,
Boxes Pecoe Tea, boxes Souchong do.,
Boxes Sugar Candy, boxes Arrowroot,
Suits White Silk Pajamas, do. Skin Silk do.,
Suits Cotton Pajamas, Pieces Black Satin,
Pieces White Grass-cloth, best quality.
Pieces Blue Grass-cloth, do. White Pongee Silk
Assorted Jewelery, Fancy Jewel Boxes,
Stone Gate-posts, Bricks,
China-ware and Furniture. 31-6t
Ilarkcnline "Jane A. FalklnbergJ"
AND FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE!
BARRELS COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
Barrels Backs Colombia River Salmon,
Hf Barrels Columbia River Salmon,
Hf. Barrels Salmon Bellies
31-tf Kits Salmon Bellies.
THE ONDERSIGNEO OFFER FOR SALE
HAWAIIAN BARK "KA MOI,"
S. GEE11KKX, - - - Slaster,
Shortly Expected from Bremen,
Consisting in part, of Assorted Styles of
Fancy English and French Prints!
English and French Muslins, Victoria Lawns,
Heavy Blue Denims, Blue and Brown Cotton Drills,
White, Blue and Brows Cottons, Hickory Stripes,
Ticking, Fine White Linen, Scotch Ginghams,
Woolen Blankets, lo., Ac.,
Comprising a Full Assortment of
New and Desirable Dry and Fancy Goods,
and A Fine Assortment of
NEW STYLES OF CLOTHING!
Fence Wire, Galvanized Iron Pipe,
Tinned Saucepans, and Cutlery.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
ENGLISH AND GERMAif GROCERIES.
Paints and Oils, Demijohns, Corks,
Roofing Slates, Wall Paper,
Ale and Porter, Hollands Gin,
Hartell'a Brandy, Riga Boppelknmmet
RTJIJfAKT PEItE t FIlTS' CltAMPAGKE,
in pints and quarts.
Steam Coal, Blacksmith's Coal, Fire Bricks,
Balb Bricks, Ken- Oil Casks, in Sh'ooks,
Coarse Salt, Russia Rope, Assorted-sizes,
- Portland Cement, Ac., Ac. S-
Br ADAMS & WJLLDKR.
Wednesday, September 7,
At 10 A. M. at Salesroom,
Fancy Prints, Alpacas and Coburgs,
Cottons, Linen and Cotton Pants,
Heavy Hickory Shirts, Calico and Woolen Shirts
Soeks, Hose, Hats and Caps,
Groceries & Crockeryware,
Cases of Salmon 1 and 2 lbs.
ALSO AT 12 PRECISELY ,
American Cut Nails, assorted sizes,
, Purd Manila Rope, assorted sizes.
No. 1 Hawaiian Sugar in kegs.
ADAMS A WILDER, Aucfrs.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER issued by
the Hon. DUNCAN McBRYDE, Circuit Judge'
if the Fourth Judicial Circuit, on the 15th day of
August, 1S70, in the matter of the Estate of PUHU
LULU, deceased, we are Instructed by D. K. ITFE,
Esq., Administrator of said Estate, to sell at Publie
Auction to the highest bidder for Cash,
On Saturday, Sept. 24th,
At 12 Noon, at Salesroom,
All that Piece or Parcel of Land
Situated on Itlnunakea Street,
Honolulu, Oahu. at present occupied by Mr. Singer,
and moro particularly described in Royal Patent No.
60S. Tbe Land will be sold subject to a Lease of $60
per year, which expires August 23d, 1875.
y3T Deed at the expense of Purchaser.
ADAMS A WILDER, Auct'rs.
LAND FOR SALE!
A DESIRABLE INVESTMENT!
THE LAND KNOWN AS KOLO," SITU
ated in South Kona, Island of Hawaii, containing
458 Acres of Area By Survey
Will be offered at Publie Auction
On Saturday, Sept. 24th,
At 12 Noon, at Salesroom,
Krj. This tract of Land is well wooded with 33v
Z2 a heavy growth of Ohla timber, suit- -?
able for Firewood and Ship work of every kind.
All of the Timber stands within a mile of the beach,
where there is a good anchorage at all seasons of the
year. The amount of fire woud on the land is esti
mated by parties who have examined it at
2,000 or 2,500 Cords.
Title FEE SIMPLE. For further particulars',
enquire at the store of
ADAMS A WILDER, Auo'trs.
EFORE First Associate Justice HARTWELL.
ALEXANDER J. CARTWRIOHT, Complainant, vs
J. W. KEAWEI1U.NAIIALA, and Wife DIKA11
By virtue of a decree issued out of the Supreme
Court of law and equity of the Hawaiian Islands in
favor of the above named compluinant against J. W.
Keawehunabala and Dinah Kcbaakuhis wife, defend
ants, for tho sum of Nine Hundred and Eighty-one
($931) dollars and costs, amounting to the sum of
One Hundred and Tbirty-tbreo dollars and twenty
five cents. I shall expose at Public Auction upou tbe
premii-es In Honolulu on THURSDAY, the 2!)th day
of September A. D. 1870, at 12 o'clock noon, all the
right title and interest of the said J. W. Keawehuna
bala and Dinah, his wife in and to all and singular
tbe mortgaged premises set forth and described in the
mortgage of tbe complainant in this cause filed, and
therein described as follows :
All that certain piece of land with houses and im
provements thereon situated in Kaaknpua, Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, in Land Commission Award 3380
and Royal Patent 1921 described and bounded'as
follows. E hoomaka ana ma ke kihi akan mauka e
pili ana we ko Keanu a me ko ke Konobikt, holo ikal
makekuauna, pili pu me Konohiki, a malaila ae a
biki i ke kihi akau o ka balelepo mauka, a malaila
aku ma ke kua iho n ka halelepo holo ikal a hiki ma
ke kihi akau o ko Kamalei, ma ia kuauna me Kamao
lei e holo pu ana a biki i kabi bapalua i cleloia no
Kokahe ma kona mahele ponoi iho, i ioko o keia aina
e kupono ana i kahi kuauna e oki mai ana lnai uka
mai a homo i keia kuleana i mahele. ia, e holo anama
U aoao pili mo ku Kokabe a me Waikauea hiki 1 ke
kihi Hikina mauka e pili ana me Keanu a me Wai
kane. Oia ka aina i oleloia ma keia palapala, togeth
er with all the Rights privileges appurtenances and
buildings to tbe same belonging. Also a certain
Wooden House situated in Kikihalo. Honolulu, Oahu,
aud erected upon the land of Kamaka.
Unless the said decree costs of suit and my fees and
commissions be previously satisfied. '
W. C. Paxke,
. ADAMS A WILDER, Anet'rs.
Marshal's Office, Aug. 29, 1870. 33-4t.
Carriage and Sign Painting.
THE USIJKItSIGXKU haTiuM
procured toe services or a competeotlitfj
workman. Is uow prepared to execute
all orders In the line of CABBIAOK and SIG.N I'AINTIXO
49- In a Manner to Warrant Satisfaction. "a
M. B ENFIELD,
3C-Sm . 76 King Street, Honolulu.
tt A HOUSE in Nunanu Valley, with
lULor without furniture. Apply to
25- JOHN H. PATY.
M A FURNISHED COTTAGE to let, on
Emma Street. Apply to WM. HUMPHhEYS.
opposite the Sailors' Home. 30-2t
HAVING made arrangements Tor regular
supplies of tbe very belt quality of Firewood,
from Hawaii and Kauai, we offer the same fur sale in
quantities, and at prices to suit customers.
30-2m DOWSETT A CO.
EOR SALE !
SETTS OF MULE HARNESS and LEATHER,
from the Hilo Tannery.
For sale by (12-3m) H. I1ACKFELD A CO.
For Sale !
THE LAND OF AUAUKEA, NORTH KONA,
Hawaii, near to Kailna. Also tbe large Sugar
Land of Uakalan Hilo Hawaii. Also an extensive
Cattla Ranch on HswaiiL For particulars apply to
April 26th, 1870 15-tf W. L. GREEN.
A LARGE PLATE IRON STEAM JACKET
April 26th, 1870. li-tf W. L. GREEN. !
BEST WALLSEND STEAM HOUSE COAL,
Also a lot of second hand Fire Bricks. Apply to
April 28tb, 1870- 15-tf W. L. GREEN.
ALL PERSONS are hereby forcwanird
, not to trespass on the Ahopuaa of KALlALIA
NUI, on tns Island of Mini, nor take fish from' the
Kanaha, near Ksbolei, on said 'Abapaaa, or other
wise commit trespass on tse rights of the undersigned.
Any person, after tbe publication of tbia notice, will
be beld responsible in onr Courts of Justice, for any
aet of trespass committed on said land, or said Fua
Pond. - '. CAMPBELL A'TURTON.
By W. C. Joi, tteb AHawj.
. t Jnly,30, 1879. A . jr , , 1
Bt C. S. BARTOW.
Cottage House For Sl 1
On Saturday, September 10tk,
At 13 o'clock M., on the Premises,
That New & Well-Built Frami Csttift, :
Situated on PUNCH BOWL ST., coraer of
This Cottage eontalns four rooms ; is strongly bail
of Redwood; Bath-honie in rear of Building is
pleasantly located. Tbe land is leased, baring sua'
years and six months unexpired, at the low rental of
$50 per annum. Building can be removed at the
explrtion or lease. C. S. BARTOW,
Estate of Ed. Burgess.
A RETAIL LIQUOR BUSINESS
Sept. 12, at 12 H, on the Premises
Will be Sold, tbe Licensad House known as
THE BANK EXCHANGE,
Together with the Largi and Airy
Containing Three Iargo Tables,
which hare recently been fitted cp with New Slate
Beds, at a large expense. The Bar is-well supplied
with a large stock of the Best Qualities of Liquors,
Wines, Ales, Ae., recently purchased by the lata Ed
ward Burgess, whose experience and success in this
line of business is well known. The house has had
the liberal patronage of tbe belt custom of our Island
residents, and is offered at a favorable time, as the
Fall Business Season is approaching.
Tbe late proprietor paid for this business, including
repairs, painting and papering the bouse, which has
recently been put in thorough repair, about $6,500,
not including license.
ALSO With tbe Lease of the Premises, FOUR
YEARS UNEXPIUED TERM, from December next.
Further particulars by posters, and further informa
tion given by applying to
C. S. BARTOW, Aucfr.
Jfa. Buildings at auction immediately after the
sale of the above.
Wednesday, Sept. 14.
At 10 o'clock A. M., at Sales Room, will be sold a
Varied Assortment of Merchandise.
C. S. BATOW,
A. S. CLEGHORN
.t His Stores
FORT STREET STORE,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets,
NUUANU STREET STORE
Between Hotel and Eng Streets,
Corner of Kaahnmanu and Queen StretU,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS!
VERY REASONABLE RATES !
Linens an extensive assortment,
Alpacas, silk a wool, black, eol'd, fig'd a stamped,
Damask, Cotton, Linen and Woolen,
Illusion, Crape, Bobinet, Tulle, Ac,
Edging, Insertion, Cambria A Book MuiHn,
Sheeting, Cotton A Linen, 63 to 112 inch.
Prints the finest assortment in Honolulu,
Oil-cloth, Bunting, Mareen and Baize,
Lawns, Victoria, Bishop and Queen's,
Imperial, Navy and and Russia Ducks,
Tieking, Hickory and India Stripes,
English Broadcloth, Doeskin, Ac,
Lasting black, brown, green and blue,
Yarn A Berlin Wool, in large variety.
Wool Delaine, Ginghams, Baratheas,
Alpaca Coating, 6x4, in colors,
India A Swiss Book Muslins, sev'I qualities,
Toilet Table and Biano Covers,
Edgartown Cottons A Pillow Linen,
Drill and Duck Suits,
a quantity of ass'd sizes.
Umbrellas, Parasols, Fans, Hair Nets, Thread,
Pea Jackets, Coats, Vests, Pants, Shoes, Hats,
Oils, Pomatum, Perfumery, Soaps, Ac,
Needles, Pins, Thimbles, Scissors.
Brilliants, Chambrays, Piques,
Youths', Misses', Ladies A Gents' Hosiery,
in great variety.
Cottons Horrocks' and other brands, cutting low,
Oriental and Late Ribbons a splendid stock.
Merinos the best selection in the city.
Purses, Belts, Braces, Cards, Laces,
Extra quality of Flannels,
Towels Turkish. Hnckabuek and Crash,
Embroidered Robes, Shirts, Ac,
Hapkins several sixes and qualities,
Turkey Red and Blue Cottons.
Shawls double and single, plain and fancy,
American Trunks, Carpet Bags, Ac,
Linings, SilesiatJaconets, Tape Checks,
Elegant aas't of Ladles' A Gents' Kid Gloves,
Silks and Challei, figured and plain,
If oleskin. Drills, Tweeds and Cisiimetes,
Envelopes, Note and Letter Paper,
New Goods by every arrival, anil
A General Assortment if HtMto
FOR COUNTRY STORES
JOSEPH W. KING having this day
an assignment of all bis property to S. S. Bate,
the benefit of hit creditors, all creditors are e
"leited to present their claims within two weeks, ted
all persons owing the estate will please makeieMtedi
ate payment to
8. B. DOLE, AsslflM..'
Honolula, Aug. 22, 1870.-32-it .
LL persons indebted te tke Kt4te af
. A KEEN, deceased, late of Hofiohrta, HaauWaa
Islands, are requested to settle wit tho mi""
without delay, and those having elalan again tka
said Estate, are requested to presaat taaaa s tfca an
dersigned within six moBtfcs after tfce snMssSaHasi of
SAM YAT. Tesoporswr A JutoMMsr.
Honolttfa Aug. 2a, W, M .
For- Rent er- !.
THAT VERY DsiairaMe KeS)i4stCi
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