hosololv. sept. iza. uro,
TcTinr, tbe pert few weeke we have bad more than the
caa2 zrcer of transient vesaela, bet atrange to-6ay tbey arr
preeraHj from chSrrret directloue from that to which auch
xnrrla uul; came. A cHpper ship being telegraphed used
tat coBeMered (oil; certain tab (mat San Frauciaco en route
SarCMea, of Sate, hmnr, there are but few vessels loading at
Saa Irasaetae far Chlea, aaa the ves-e which come along
xw. are ettaer aaSer er Mklaj: gnan charters and are from
SootiiABMTfcm, GMn or Japan; aeeven hearof sbtpacemiug
at srem Ne Terk Is ealtait to load at Baker's, Jar-
Tea, aae) etaer Ieeaae betoairiat' to the American guana com
yat. Vtwnli reeetre aairk eHpateh at tboae Islands, and
vsne ta c"affaw tT two or three manias In tbe J ear, tbej
antta.rT-ttn perteec safety , aed erro In those- montLs there Is,
Wlliicim laat settle taerr.
At Amim aaaD John Brjaar, arrived on tbe Kth int-,
ta etMrrea. ie eaaawtmo' a ecrere ! inlGP north, Ui car
raftef. a way aer fmaaait, bowaorH, f rt-Ufm.t, main aaal
laeuaanee nli1 mini . j-rlr '- The J. Bryant oafled from
Saa tWdhem, on tin Stats ofJclj, Hb a fall eareo for New
Teak. I man it In - t-- " "" r-"'" t-4"tT" "
rOfpoe, a trial .aaamtat.
lb ItrtlMi inaa aaar. Iteareaae arriTed on the Sth Inst,
Owa Jafaa, aaa aasle late mea-BSaa: for San )raeJsca.
Ike bork QauiSi. arrltW alto oa tbe 6lh hut-, from reset
treat, wttk Isanaei to Jleaere. II. llukfeld Ca
ll Rate Osa eattsS eo tW lth far ATet I:liac.r
Caaf SaH,aw. BeoT, Ax.
fit aaa work A hoe W. Weelee, (rem San Frandaea, arrired
lata aftefseea It ara rnraage, rrfaa-te a Teasel a, baling left
Dm aaaoe aVaf wMk lac MiL
Vaaaraor ealeeefeaeara lj J. C. Merrill A Ok, at Ano
IHm oo IW lath f Aafwt ebowadeeHne In rA"- fo
I, ( Mi . ipo a, lease, tar Cbefee llawaHan Soparm, rang
io(frM r sataJtoSH
i-ouT or ikoi.i;i.ij.
Sea. T Scar loabeila, from I'eari Rlrer.
Sekr Bob Roy. from Kooiaa
S-Sekr Joaur, froaa Kaaai
4hr Nouae Weerffl. from MauL
akr Moaankawai, from ManL
Aaa Wk faaalia. ISobtaoim, Si daja fm Tort Town
Maal. AaaatakeJalw Hrjaot, Uataira,fromKa,ln dlstreas.
Brohaa Heaaana, Morhexd, 86 daja from U logo,
-Setar UHa, fraai KooUa.
Ho " li 1 I. Iraaa lari Rltrr.
Mr Ea MaL froaa Moai.
II Mil 1"niTitli. waaa IMtkal.
Srftr Mr Qaiia. froaa Kaaai.
r Kaltfa, fa KoaaC
Seta- tolka. ffoaa lUwall.
II alar 'WaMa, tana Maai.
Srkr loaoe, Abm Haw.
-5r Jataa VtwaA flaw Kaaai.
-aw Jtatj. inaa RaoaL
Mkr LaWa, Iraaa Kooiaa.
est. :-Sr Jaw Yaaac for KaoaL
ibr Klawa, far MaaL
faWl til Mtov, tar HawaM.
Ma tL Jaaaia, IlatBtM, lor Iiakera Jalana.
arveWala, far Maa4.
a- ' " Baarlaaa.' fa- raaalne'a Island.
Mar MtMokawat, lar Jim
Sakr UHa. far Kaataa.
Br arix Hohart 05, Weeka for lcturia.
ran la j, far KaoaL
Sobr Artrte, lar MawolL
am W iajaiaa, im Iart Hirer.
i;-SeW I'awaU, fOrUlakaL
tear HaUia, hr Kaeol.
okr Ka Hal. for MoaL
Sear Laka, far IlaaaH.
Sear Kaiir Qweaa, fur Kanal.
ohr tt'aroiok. kr Motokal.
U Sckr Ha-., It Monk
Soar Hokaaale. for llawaH.
lar abba eaae, Marbeod. f- fan Frandaco.
Sefcr JaVn ronac f.c Kaaai.
For Saa liaaciaeo, per Bearesae, Sept 11 Copt Dontell,
0 C SMaaer, i K Dwjer.
Far BaWa Mast, par St. Jaaaes, Sept. Ttb:
Baaa, feaftea SIDread. oak 1
1M, kM lVrk, bb). 4
Twhedameatfc praoaco 1342
Tar p mill i' laeawd, per IuVeata, Sept-
a.Malasare, bUs 4
aitloo. baga 2
H'acar. pkga 3
Oaaaa, li Tea, page s
Qtwoa.kafa i TaWeoa, pVgs 4
lauiutal- ! An4 aondrj tmall atorev
Vooae aWaaeerte prodace S1GS.J0
Yatae fanaga proooee WS.Z
rar TMaafc B, O, per Robert Oewan, Sept. 1Mb :
Beot, akaa 41liafr, Iba 91.957
San, aoaa lM(Aa. etorea
Tatao aomeartc pradaco f7.716.93
ralao Satrtoji paadoee 25
For Saa Iroacseoa, par Boaretiae, Sept 1160 Legs Gaano
ad otoroa. Valao t ta.
Phuti of the Sloon for September, 1870,
raarauw ir can. aaxio. txiro.
1I0XDLVLU IEAK TIME.
Seat 41, at aarlr 3 S7 x
St tab. Ma Maa. 11 4 IM
teat Hth. Laat Qaarter 2 M f
heal lira, 1omi 8 3rx
TIME fins IUtlSO AND SETTING.
lelfaa laWa S ..Sac Set S llrn.
aaa, aaa aaaea o a ctra v vtj .
1Mb, Sm Rba M Sen Seta 6 00 . .
a, tarn FUaea t St SnnSeU t 13..
9fa, aa Btaea t U tu rta. S 46 .
Oax rtawcta la lsnn nlll Iraec notice tint tbe
fenycibauaaguit of Water Wotko nlll draw off tbe
Tvalcr frow the Kef ervolr on Friday next, (IClli Inst)
lar tbe perpete of tsaliloK ncfery rt I'airt. Tbcy
aretoriecd ioby 1b a tupiijj of waterto morrow to
lart ttacm over Friday.
Oa Moojaaj lut, Itie rerasdab of a wonden bouee,
Off cHelbg Iroo Works, fell oo tnoCblnaraen who
wre fUrxHoj; cosier It, and although Dot serloaaly
lqbaitai, rkey were badly cored.
m0HK6iMJ. The SUlii Iolaui and tbe Bark
rjaatrier are dJacbarslDg tbdr cargoes at Market
"a tail Both cargoe are vntnlni; out Id fine coudl
tlas. Ta JoIib Bryaat Is clearing anay tbe bold
aioMwrnkc fare raaat, prrparatony to taking tbe old
saat oox to make place for a new one.
OaAsTEeis. Tfce aeboooer Pauabl, flnce her rc
tsra boa Joheton'a Iiland, besides receiving a new
mates inait ba been pet In tlwrongb order, and re
tnaaea! brr ftmncr rente between Molokai and this
part. Tfce favorite Hllo packet Kate Lee, Is laid up
for repairs. Tbe seboouer Xcltie Merrill is receiv
ing nr fore-raaet; and tbe schooner Mary Ellen
It taK ap for the present.
The second boiler of tbe steamer KUaucawasput
In Its place oa board on Monday. Tbese boilers
-nrtii M-rjjetblrg over eleven tons each, being In
every mpect (be largest and most perfect boilers
ever m4e brre. Tbey n 111 compart: favorably v itb
boilers bettt in any country and n fleet great credit
epos Mr. Young, tbe manager of tbe Iron Works,
and tbe licW'eut mechanics employed by blm on
The Christian Union. Tbls paper, referred to
In tbe lettzr of a Maul correspondent, is certainly
one of tbe best religious and literary papers
'psMttbed In tbe United States; wblcb Indeed could
bardie be otberwise when we consider tbat Henry
"Ward Brerber Is tbe editor. Besides Mr. Becbcr's
own articles, contributions are Innnd from tbe best
"writers In tbe country, all ot wbicb are not only
pleasing, but profitable to read.
The Hawaiian Times. This paper, the successor
of ixTtRf.Tr Chen, made its first appearance on Tues
day morning (yesterday). It is publi6bed by Wm.
Suaw & Co., and presents typographically and In mat
ter, a vastly superior appearance to Its predecessor.
WTeheartiiy wisb the enterprise of Messrs. Sbaw & Co.
every success. We notice tbat tbe paper.ls to be a
ieml-weekly, published on Tuesdays and Fridays.
The ilEcniMC's Benettt Ukiok. This Society,
one of tbe ojdrtt and most useful, among tbe many
.benefit societies in Honolulu, held Its annual meet
ing for tbe election of officers. Tbe officers of last
year were unanimously elected, namely: President,
Geo. CJIcLean; Vice President, J. H. Thompson;
Treasurer, Thos. Sorrenson; Secretary, Wm. B.
Wrtcht. Tbe report of tbe Treasnrer shows, that
tbe finances are In good condition, there being ovir
S5.000 In tbe Treasury, It having accumulated over
(CM, duringjhe past year. 'The iMereat'Weij by
tbe. m em bcrsjsi praises a long career of "osafalnesa
to the society.
TnESmr Jonx Brtant. This vessel lelt '&an'
Francisco mi the 'JCth of July, tvllb an assorted
cargo for New Tork. She had good weather until
August 12th, when, being In 10 29" JT. Lit., and
ISO 57 W. Long., she experienced strong N. E.
gales, wbicb gradually, duringtbc day, hauled to the
Northward, Increasing in the meantime to a severe
gale, and tbe Barometer constantly falling. M i r.
M., the ship was etruek by a heavy squall nf wlnu
and rain, which carried avtay a lower toall, main
sencer, and topmast staysail. The wind I hen con
tinued blowing a hurricane, the sea making a clean
breach over the ehip, carrying away the bulwarks.
At 5:15 p. M., a terrific gust of wind carried anay
the fore-topmast, which look with it tbe beadof
the foremast, and the bowsprit, within about six
feet outside tbe kulgbt heads. Tbe wind continued
to blow with unabated fury until G r. M., when It
reached Its highest lorce, the Barometer slandlue at
thit lime at 23.60, and the main and mlzzen lop
gallant tuasts being blown over tbe side. At S
o'clock, the wind still continued blowing with
great lury, although there were frequent lulls; In
fact, no particular change took place until about 11
o'clock, when tbe wind moderated somewhat, al
tbnusli It still blew a heavy gale. By tbe morning
of tbe f 3th, tbe wind bad moderated, and Ibe sea
was fast going don. Jury-masts were rigted lor
ward, anil the ship put away lor Honolulu on the
131b, arriving here on the Sth inst.
The John Bryant Is the third ship which has ar
rived at this port within the past few weeks, all of
which have experienced severe gales in about the
same locality as that experienced by this vessel,
namely, tbe North German ship Fidelilas, arrived
here August Ttb, dismasted, and tbe Northern Star,
on the 3d iust.
The commuuily were startled by an alarm of lire,
between nine and ten o'clock last Wednesday eve
ning, caused by the falllrTg of a Kerosene lamp In
the upper patt of the Empire Saloon. No loss was
suffered otbci than the time of tbe " boys," who ar
rived, with their machines at the scene of Are in
a very short space or time after tbe alarm strnck, to
find Ihelr valuable services were not required.
A SMART, EXPERIENCED SALESMAN. One
who is acquainted with the business, and is will
tug to make himself useful to bis employers.
B0LLES 4 CO.
To Be SoldA Bargain
Builders, or Others, Id want of CORAL
STONtS, can be supplied with two thousand,
inure or less, well dried, seasoned, and per'eclljr free
frnm salt, must of tttcm square and ready fur imme
diate ufe, by application to the Undersigned. There
Stones will be sold at a great bargain bj the entire
lot. 35-tf JAMES S. LEMON.
F. A. SCHAEFER & GO,
HAVE ON BOARD THE
Hawaiian Hark It. C. WYLID,
NOW 3D XT 33
A LARCE ASSORTMENT
FOR THIS MARKET !
English, German & French
DRY GOODS !
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS,
Clothing, Hosiery, Hardware,
GERMAN LAGER BEER & ALE
ICIiIne Wine, rrciirli WIiic,
Sherry antl 1'ort,
French Cognac & Holland Gin,
Ilcidsick & Co's Champagne,
Etc. Etc. Ctc. Etc.
ALL OF WHICH THEY OFFER
For Sale at the most Reasonable Rates
LIST OF KOllKIGN JURORS drawn for the
October Term A. D. 16T0, of tbe supreme Court.
S K Rawaeo, YviU'aut Daucan,
Fam'I Kate, M T Oonrell,
J II Rudcrra, J S Son'Mes,
Ira ItlcbaidiOD, C A Williams.
James Hopper, Oeorce Macfarlaoe,
I: l Adama, George SMera,
SI Benfield. E U Adder',
! C Jwnea jr, IMrt Lew era,
I, LTotbeit, J llillcr,
Jamra 1 Votreett, J V eblelda,
John II Wood, ' J II Mack,
C L Ileuttia, R ailliland.
YVALTEK R SEAL,
Depute Clerk Suptcme Court.
Honolnln, II. I.. Sept. ttb. 1670 34 3t
DR. BUFFU3I takes pleasure in informing
his many friends and tbe publte generally, tbat
be bas tooted into one of bis Stores under his Hall,
No. 20 Hotel Street, a few doois weat of Nuuanu
Street, where he keeps a good atsunment of Drugs
& Medicines, Perfumeries, Soaps, Hair Oils, Brushes,
Combs, Toilet Powder, Cologne, Bird Seed, Ac., ic,
which be will sell cheap for cash, 32-51
ALL persons having any claims against
tbe Estate of the late John Watson, are reques
ted to present the fame, to tbe undersigned, and all
persons indebted to the said Estate will make imme
diate payment to
W. C. PARKE.
Attorney in fact fur tbe Heirs.
Honolulu. Sept. 6tb, 1S7P 31-lm
E.MP CANVAS nnd DUCK,
For gale by
Sm H. HACKFELD & CO.
In New Oak Barrels, and for sale by
29. " H. HACKFELD 1 CO.
MUNTZ' YELLOW METAL,
And Composition Nails, for rale by
9- H. HACKFELD Jt ("i j
GALVANIZED IKON PIPE, inch and j
inch, erR.CWYLIE. and for sale by. !
SI w H. HACKFELD & CO.
RHINE WINE, and CLARET,
For Sale by, A
IS-Si H. HACKFELD t CO.
"Hibent Wabd Beechek os Scbdes Death. In
tbe ChrUtlau Union, ut June 18th, Mr. Beecber In
commenting on tbe sudden death of Charles Dickens
speaks as follows :
, "It is painful to be obliged to veil over and bide
from our thougbJ tbe-sluw decays and weaknesses
of age. Tbe Imagination Is obliged to practice upon
itself, to separate the man ftom himself, to think
only of the vigorous Scott, and to forget the sad
and venerable Imbecile, slowly feeling afler death,
through so many years.
"Sudden death in full possession of reason and of
executive force, Is a divine mcrpy to all who as lead
ers have commanded the minds of men, and walked
at tbe bead of their fellows. Men tbat came Inlo
bearing late In life may last late, but those who were
fruitful early, and who have been prolific, must look
for barren years at tbe end. Our years are In Ibe
Lord's hands. All seasons are his. If It be bis will
that wc should moulder and decoy. In tbe sad twi
light of old age too far prolonged, we should accept
his purte. even as we would accept prisons and
bonds for Christ's sake. But prisons and bouds are
never In b- ilee-in-d lor their nan sake."
HONOLULU IE0N WORKS CO.
Steam En cine, Snpar 31111s, Boilrr. Coolers, Iron. Brass
and Lead Cm tine, Machinery of eTerj dtyerlptlon made to
oider. Particular uttetitioiii mid tofhip-UIackemithtDf;.
Job wort exrcutrd at tbe fhottet notice. 35-ly
LOST OR TAKEN BY JI I STAKE FROM
tbe Steamer's Wharf,
One Case of Chemicals Marked
J. W. KING.
Any person having this case in possession, will
corfer a favor by returning tbe same to tbe agents of
35-lt H. HACKFELD 4 CO.
A TWO HORSE P0WEB (Clark's Patent) in
in good working order. Two Fanning Mills.
One Thrashing MachiDe. For further particulars
apply to 35- , J. T. WATERHOUSE.
G0TT MIT TJNS.
DIE AUF DEN SANDWICH INSELN
anwesenden Deutscbcn werden bierdurch benach
rirbtigt dass im Konsulate ties Nunldeutschen
Bundes Listen xu Beitraegen filer die YerpHeguug
Verwundeter und zur Unterstuetzung dcr Wittwen
und "Waisen gefallencr deuUchcr Krieger, zur Zeich
nung ausgelegt sind.
TJcserc deutscbcn Breeder in dcr Heimatb opfern
Out und Rlut zur Yertbeidigung vaterlaendiscben
Bodens und deutecber Ebre I Allen biesigen deutscben
Patriutcn wird bierdurch ebenfalls Gclegenheit gec
ben ihre Sympathie fuer DcutscbUnds gerecbte "Sache
durcb die Tbat zu behraeftigen.
Hclft rasch und nach Kraeften.
llnnoluln. 12 August. IS70. 31-tf
On Saturday Morning, Sept. 17th, 1870,
"Will be Issued in Honolulu the first number, of a
Week) Newspaper, to be called.
"The Commercial Herald."
Tbe time bas evidently arrived when a new ex
poncnt of public opinion in these islands is imper
atively demanded Tbe necessity has clearly arisen
for a Commercial NewspiHierand Advertising Medium,
which shall be second to nunc of its cotemporaries in
point of execution and in its mechanical details,
which shall express the views of tbe majority, and at
tbe same time, be independent of Government in
fluence and patronage.
In presenting the claims of such a Newspaper for
tbe support of tbe public, it is incumbent upon us to
declare tbe general principles by which we propose to
In Polities, we have no implicit faith in the par
amount virtue or value of any particular form of
government. We find bere a Monarchy, and we
believe it to be well suited to the people. We shall
lend our assistance in adapting tbat form of govern
ment to tbe needs of the existing state of society.
We hope and intend in the conduct of this paper to
be to tbe King, loyal ; to his Ministers, courteous ;
and to tbe People, true. We shall use our efforts to
strengthen tbe bands of any Ministry whose policy
we may consider in accord with the true interests cf
tbe country, nnd will advocate a change, when in our
opinion, their policy fails by tbat test. Our motto in
this respect will be " measures not men."
The Material Welfare acd Industrial Progress of the
Kingdom, it will bo 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 the .principles
of Free Trade tbat logical theory which pro
pounded by the philosopher in his closet, has been
verified in history by the practical experience of na
tions. We look upon the so-called system of " Pro
tection" to native industry, by the imposition of high
duties on imported articles, as perplexing and injur
ious to anv cuuntry which adopts it, as the hot bed of
monopoly and the bane of foreign commerce, whilst
it signally fails to secure to that industry the protec
tion it professes to afford.
Tbe Labor Question, now so prominent, will have
our careful consideration. We believe tbat tha Mas
ter and Servant Act is, in the main, juat, right, and
fit for tbe state of society which exists, or is likely to
exist, in tbe Hawaiian Islands. Tbe sameremarkap
plies to contracts for labor for a term of years, in
telligently entered into and justly enforced.
Religious discussions we consider out of the pror
ince of a general newspaper, and sbalt therefore de
In thus explaining our principles and objects, we
think we utter so " uncertain sound" and to those
who differ from us conscientiously, and perhaps
strongly, wc proffer tbe hand .of frioedsbip j and trust
that in reasoning together we may never allow the
discussion of measures or principles to degenerate in
to vulgar personal bukering. Let us each admit that
tbe other has a proper motive the publie good and
in pursuing that object let us be calm from the be
lief that sound reason must in tbe end prevail.
Finally, we crave tbe indulgence of all classes of
our readers, especially at the commencement of our
euerprise. We are well aware tbat to conduct a
newspaper fully worthy of being patronized by tbe
discerning public of these Islands, Is a very difficult
task, but we assure them tbat neither time nor pains
will be spared to make "THE COMMERCIAL HER
ALD," in as short a time as may be, tbe best newi
paperand tbe truest exponent of public opinion in
the Hawaiian Islands.
Subscription price, $5.00 a year, in advance. Single
copies 12) cants.
BLACK fe AULD,
Pullilltii nnd Prcprietori
. 31-2t Merchant Street, Honolulu, H. I.
Lisences ExpiringinSepteniber, 1870.
RETAIL. OA nU, 2nd John Ne'ill, oth 11. E. Me
Intyre. 7th Alo i. Asee. 8th M. T. Donneii. 9tb
Ah Mo Aii, 9th Urinbauin k Co., 10th Chulan a Bros.,
10th Oeo. C. McLean, 20th Ah Kana, ISth 11. Bird,
23rd Ab Liu, 9th Ah Pai, 18th Ah See. 10th T. Moss
man A Son. Ewa, 2Sth Ah Kee.
MOLOKAI Kaunakakai, 10th J. C. Fountain.
KAUAI Waimea, 20th, S. P. Handehett.- n
HAWAII Uamakua, 2nd O. M. CoSn. .
Wholesale. OAHD 7th T. C. Heuck, 30th
A. S. Cieghoro. A
e Retail Spirits. OAHD 1st Joseph Moris, 20th
Hughes a Donne, 22nd G. W. Houghtailing.
Victualling." OAHU 3rd Akau, $th, dan Si,
28th Mrs, Elese Brick wedde. - ' -
Bntcher.OAUU 14th 0. O. Clifford, 14th E.
H. BSydf W ' J
Horse. OAHD 1st C? pSrard, No. 192.'
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .
FOR SALE Hi LOTS TO SUIT,
Ai S. CLEG HORN.
From England Direct!
AND FOR SALE BY-v
Io. 50 Foi-t Street,
"y OKK HAMS, a small lot,
Tins of Scotch Herrings,
Cases Morton's Pie Fruits, 2 doz ft each case,
Cases Morton's Pickles, 2 doz in each case.
Cases Morton's Jams Jellies, 2 doz each case,
Cases Spanish Olives, Cases French do.
Cases French Imperials in Jars,
Cases French Mustard, Cases Pate de Foi Gras,
Cases Petits and Gras de Puis,
Lea Jc Pcrrln'si Snucc, Genuine,
Cases English Mustard in 7 lb tins,
Cases English Mustard in glass,
Cares Ground Black Pepper in glass.
Cases Ground White Pepper in glass,
Cases Cream Tartar. Carb. Soda and Saleratus,
in glass, Cisei Salad Oil, also in glass,
C'nscw Ahs'iI Ilcrbw, Spices) Sc Sauces
Cases Chili Vinegar, Cafes Currie Powder,
Cases Sardines in i and I lb tins."
Cases Dried Currants in stone jars.
Tins English Walnuts and 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 Silver-skin Onions,
Oregon Oats heavy and free from Burs,
New California Bran.
For Sale bv
3t-2t Fort Street.
A. S. GLEGHORN
WILL SELL "
JSJt His Stores
FORT STREET STORE,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets,
NTJUANTJ STREET STORE
Between Hotel and King Streets,
Corner of Kaahumaan and Queen Streets,
THE FOLLOWING GOODS!
VERY REASONABLE RATES!
Linens an extensive assortment.
Alpacas, silk t wool, black, col'd, fig'd a stamped.
Damask, Cotton, Linen and Woolen,
Illusion, Crape, Bobinct, Tulle, lc,
Edging, In?ertiou, Cambric it Book Muslin,
.Sheeting, Cotton S. Linen, 68 to 112 inch.
Prints the finest assortment in Honolulu,
Oil-cloth. Bunting. Mareen and Baize,
Lawns, Victoria, Bishop nnd Queen's,
Imperial, Navy and and Russia Ducks,
Ticking, Hickory and India Stripes,
English llrnade'lotb. Doeskin, .tc.
Lasting black, brown, green and bluo',
Yarn A Berlin Woul.in largo variety.
Wool Delaine, Ginghams, Baratheas,
Alpaca Coating, Gxl, in colors, ?
India Jt Swiss Book Muslins, ser'l qualities.
Toilet Table and Piano Covers,
Edgartown Cottons 1 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, le.,
Needles, Pins, Thimbles, Scissors.
Brilliants, Chambrays, Piques,
Youths', Misses', Ladies i Gents' Hosiery,
in great variety.
Cottons Horrocke' and other brands, cutting low.
Oriental and Lute Ribbons a splendid stuck.
Merinos the best selection in tbe city,
Purses, Belts, Brsces, Cards, Laces,
Extra quality of Flauneis,
Towels Turkjsh. Iluckabuck and Crash,
Embroidered Robes, Shirts, Ac,
Napkins several sizes and qualities,
Turkey Red and Blue Cottons. '
Shawls double and single, plain and fancy,
American Trunks, Carpet Bags, Ac,
Linings, Silesias, Jaconets, Tape Checks,
Elegant ass't of Ladies' A Gents' Kid Gloves,
Silks and Challes, figured and plain,
Moleskin, Drills, Tweeds and Cassimeres,
Envelopes, Note and Letter Paper,
New Goods by every arrival, and
A General Assortment of Goods
FOR COUNTRY STORES
Ex "Mathilde" from China direct,
AND FOR SALE BY -
AFO N C & ACHUCK.
fJQEA AND ASSORTED PRESERVED
FRUITS, "jr "
Manila Cigars, Manila Rope,
4-4 White. Matting, assorted qualities.
4-4 Colored Matting.
, Lounges, Settees,
Rattan- Chairs, ' - v
Boston Card Matches,
TJOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
FOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
OR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
jOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
Camphor & American Trunks,
ipOR SALE by
X1 A. S. CLEGHORN.
31-lm ' Wharf Store.
American Tubs & Fails,
A. S. CLEGHORN.
71 OR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
jfjtOR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN,
Salt Water Soap,
OR SALE by
A. S. CLEGHORN.
JTU.S1; HFLe c eive c3L-
Fer North-German Ship "Solo,"
Hawaiian Bark "E. W. Wood,"
AND FOR SALE BY
AFONG & ACHUCK.
jESTS 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'mie 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 While Grass-cloth, best quality.
Pieces Blue Grass-cloth, do. White Pongee Silk
Assorted Jewelcy, Fancy Jewel Boxes,
Stone Gate-posts, Bricks,
China-ware and Furniture. 31-6t
Itarkontiiic "Jafic As Falkinbcrg!"
AND FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE!
BARRELS COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
Barrels Backs Columbia Uiver Salmon,
Hf Barrels Columbia River Salmon,
Hf Barrels Salmon Bellies
31-tf Kits Salmon. Bellies.
1ST Flllll & FOR
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
EX RECENT ARRIVALS FROM VICTORIA,
'MrZ By Steamers from Sydney, .4,
QUARTER CASKS kartell's Brandy,
Quarter Casks Ilcnncssy's Brandy,
Quarter Casks Soycrac Brnndy,
Qr. Casks United Vineyard Brandy,
Qr. Casks Jules Robin Brandy,
Cases Highland Whiskey,
SMi Casks Bottled Ale,
.TfraaX Worthinglon's and Aituen's.
Hogsheads) Jiimiiicn Hunt,
Quarter disk. Sherry,
Australian Wiuc, fcc.
N. B. Tbe undersigned baring made arrange
ments with Importers of tbe Best Brand of Liquors,
in San Francisco, Victoria, B. C, aud Sydney, -N. S.
W., will keep a supply of such in tbe Custom House,
stores, and is also prepared to order from either the
above ports or England, by wbicb a considerable
saving may be effected. Full information given as
to prices in tbe different markets
23 lOt IV. Ia. GItlES.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore exist
ing between II. W. SEVERANCE and CIIAS.
K. CLARK, under tbe firm name of SEVERANCE,
CLARK i CO., is this day dissolved by limitation.
Either parly will sign in liquidation.
11. W. SEVERANCE?
CIIAS. K. CLARK.
No. 405 Front Street,
Ean Francisoo, August 1st, 1870.
Referring to the above notice of dissolution, tbe
undersigned would inform bis Island friends, tbat he
bas resumed tbe General Shipping and Commision
Business, at No. 40S Front Street, corner of C'ay,
under the name of H. W. SEVERANCE A CO.
H. W. SEVERANCE.
Ean Franoisco, Cat., Aug. 1st, 1870. 32-lm
0-tlieir Goods I
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED UAV . .
Made Arrangements with Sydney Firas,
Ts Prepared to Execute Orders
For Merchandise of Every Description,
On tlie Host AdTasatasreoua Terms.
jlSr Sydney, being one of tbe Largest and Cheap
est Markets in the Pacific, offers nnnsual adranaages
to Purchasers of Goods for this Market, tbe Duties
tbere being low, and drawbacks allowed, so tbat
almost any- article of European manufacture ean be
bad in quantities to suit, within Sixty Days from the
date 01 forwarding lite order. - - j ,
TSS-m -a- W. L. G8BBH;
-AUCTION SAEES. .
Bv ADA 31 S & "WILDER.
RSGUIiAR SALE !
Wednesday, Sept'r. 21st,
At 10 A. M., at Salesroom,
ALSO AT TEN A. M.
By Order of Messrs. W. L. Green, and F. H. Harris,
Assignaes of tbe Estate of C. N. Spencer
Co,, Bankrupts, will be sold,
13 Hales Iulu,
3 Bass Coffee.
S ItagH Itenns,
1 Ttag Pepcao,
AND AN ASSORTMENT OF
Prints, Cottons, Gaiters, Hats,
Stockings, Shirts, Soap, Buttoas,
Matches, Alpacas. Threads Bur
laps, c, belonging to said Estate.
ADAMS a WILDER Auct'rs.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER issued by
the Hon DUNCAN McBRYDE. Circuit Judge
of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, on the 15th day of
August, 1870, in tbe matter of tbe Estate of PUHU
LULU, deceased, we are instructed by D. K. FYFE,
Esq., Administrator of said Estate, to sell at Public
Auction to the highest bidder for Cash,
On Saturday, Sept. 24th,
At 12 Noon, at Salesroom,
All that Piece or Parcel of Land
Situntcil on Mnn'nalcca Street,
Honolulu, Oahu, afpresent occcupied by Mr. Singer,
and more particularly described in Royal Patent No.
60S. The Land wilt be sold subject to a Lease of
$60 per year, which expires August 23d, 1875.
3if 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 Kuna, Island of Hawaii, containing
458 Acres of Area by Survey
Will be offered at Public Auction
On Saturday, Sept. 24th,
At 12 Noon, at Salesroom,
fig. This tract of Land is well wooded with fflfj
JL a htavj growth of Obia timber, suit- ET
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 reasons of tbe
year.' The amount of fire wood 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 tho store of
ADAMS A WILDER, Auc'trs.
EFORE, First Associate Justice HARTWELL.
ALEXANDER J. CART WRIGHT, Complainant, vs
J. n . KUAVi EllUiNAllALA, and wire DINAH
.By virtue of a decree issued out of the Supreme
Court of law and equity of the Hawaiian Islands in
favor of tbe above named complainant against J. W.
Keanehunahala and Dinah Kekaakuhis wife, defend
ants, for the sum of Nine Hundred and Eighty-one
($931 ) dollars and coats, amounting to the sum of
One Hundred and Thirty-three dollars and twenty
five cents. I shall expose at Public Auction upon the
premises in Honolulu on TltURSDAY, tbe 2Uth day
of September A. D. 1870, at 12 o'clock noon, all the
right title and interest of tbe said J. W. Kcawehuna
hala and Dinab, his wife in and to all and singular
the mortgaged premises set forth and described in the
mortgage of the complainant in this cause filed, and
therein deseribed as follows :
All that certain piece of land with houses and im
provements thereon situated in Kaakopua, Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, in Land Commission Award 3380
and Royal Patent 1921 described and bounded as
follows. Ehooniaka ana ma ke kibi akau mauka e
pili ana me ko Keanu a me ko ke Konohiki, holo ikai
ma ke kuauna, pili pu me Konohiki, a maiaila ae a
hiki i ke kibi akau o ka balelepo mauka, a maiaila
aku ma ke kua ibo o ka balelepo holo ikai a hiki ma
ke kihi akau o ko Kamalei, ma ia kuauna me Kamao
lei e holo pu ana a bit,! i kabl hapalua 1 deluia no
Kokabe ma kona mahele ponoi iho, I loko o kela aina
e kupono'ana i kah! kuauna e nki mat ana tnai nka
mai a Homo i keia kuleana i mahele ia, e bolo ana ma
la aoao pili me ko Kokahe a me Waikane a hiki I ke
kibi Hiklna mauka e pili ana me Keanu a me Wai
kane. Oia ka aina i oleloia ma keia paiapala, togeth
er with ail tbe Rights privileges appurjenances and
buildings to tbe same belonging. Also a certain
Wooden House situated in Kikihale. Honolulu, Oahu,
and erected upon tbe land of Kamaka.
Unless the said decree colts of suit and my fees and
commissions be previously satisfied.
W. C. Parke,
ADAMS A WILDER, Auct'rs.
Marshal's OfSce, Aug. 20, 1870. 33-4t.
SfTt A HOUSE in Nunann Valley, with
slJLor without furniture. Apply to
25- JOHN H. PATY.
m A FURNISHED COTTAGE to let, on
y.Emma Street. Apply to WM. HUMPHREYS,
opposite the Sailora' Home. 30-2t
HAVING made arrangements for regular
supplies of the very best quality of Firewood,
from Hawaii and Kauai, we offer tbe same for sale in
quantities, and at prices to suit customers.
30-2m DOWSETT A CO.
SETTS OF MULE HARNESS and LEATHER,
from tbe Iliio Tannery.
For sale by (12-3m) II. HACKFELD A CO.
For Sale !
THE LAND OF AUAUKEA, NORTH KONA,
Hawaii, near to Kailna. Also the large Sugar
Land of H.kalau Ililo Hawaii. Also an extensive
Cattle Ranch on Hawaii). For particulars apply to
April 26th. 1870 15-tf W. L. GREEN.
A LARGE PLATE IRON STEAM JACKET
Pan. 15 feet x S feet x 2 feet. Apply to
April 26lb. 1870. 15-tf W. L. GREEN.
EST WALLSEND STEAM HOUSE COAL,
Also a lot of second hand Fire Bricks. Apply to
April 26th. 1870. 15-tf W. L. GREEN.
For Rent or Lease.
MTIIAT VERY Desirable Residence,
No. 105 Nunann Streets Apply to
25- JAMES S. LEMON.
ALL persons indebted ta the Estate of
AKEEN. deceased, iate'of Honolulu, Hawaiian
Islands, are requested to settle with the undersigned
withoQt delay, and those having claims agftistst the
said Estate, are requested to present thaaa to the nn
darsigned within six months after the publioaticn of
6AM YAT. Teafossry AiiauuiBHUtajr.
AMteh Aatia,. laVit i. , afe.
i a-a'n .niumaaassjn .i tm.iMm i'ia aria) 1.1.
AUCTION SA.LTSS. '
Sir C. S. ARTOWa,
THIS -DAT, .
Wednesday, September 14
At 10 A. S. at Salesroom,
a Largs & vanes ass i or m&mm
I AM II I. f U t ' tkat"
Try Goods !
White, Brown and Blue Cottons, "
Denims, Prints, Bagging. Buckskl.
Fancy Skirts, Cassimere Pant Fattens,
O JLm O O? 33C I KT C3-1
Woolen Shirts, White and Cheek Shirts,
Undershirts, Brown Linen Paste,
A Lot of l'lumfeor'si Article,
Such as Bib and Ball Cocks.
Sets of Taps and Dies, Bath-tub plugs,
Brass Washstand Pipes and tact.
Tins of White Lead and
ONE BtJGGT HARNESS,
ONE SPLENDID CARRIAGE RSBB.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Kegs and Bags of Brown Sugar,
Barclay's Porter and Guiness' Stout.
C. S. BARTOW, Anet'r.
Fixtures of a Restaurant
-c.T ao u '-L'xonsr.
On Friday, September 19;
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.,
On tho Premises, Nuuann Street, opposite the Inter
national Hotel, Restaurant of Gansl,
WILL BE SOLD,
A Lot of Crockeryware,
Tables, Clock, Lamps. Chairs,
Knives and Forks, Kerosene,
Pictures, Coffee Boilers, Tin Pails,
Store and Fixtures,
Anil Sundry Other Articles t
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Horses at Auction.
On Friday, September-16,
After the sale of Restaurant Fixtures, wilt be sold at
Three Very Superior Saddle Horses.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Sept. SiOth, at lO A. 91. at Salesroom,
WILL BE SOLD
The Usual Ass't. of Merchandise,
And an Invoice of
Elefjant Hats and XrlnimlH
C. S. BARTOW, Aue'tr.
A RETAIL LIQUOR BUSINESS
The Day after tho Arrival of the
Steamer from San Francisco,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, OS THE PREMISES,
By Order of George U. Burgess, Administrator of
the Estate of Ed. Burgess, deceased, will
be sold at Publio Auction, the Li
censed House known as.
the bank exchange, tt
Together with the Large and Airy
Containing: Three jLarsge Tables,
which have recently been fitted up with New Slate
Beds, at a large expense. The Bar is well supplied
with a large stock of tbe Best Qualities of Liquors,
Wines. Ales, Ae., recently purchased by tbe lata; Ed
ward Burgess, whose experience and success in this
line of business Is well known. Tbe bouse bas bad
tbe liberal patronage of the best custom of oar Island
residents, and is offered at a favorable time, as tha
Fall Business Season is approaching.
The late proprietor paid for this business, IncluiHog
repairs, painting and papering tbe bouse, which has
recently been put in thorough repair, about 96,500,
not including license.
The Lease of the Premises, will be told with the
Stock, the same having FOUR YEARS UNEXPIRED
TERM, from December next. .,-
TERMS AT SALE Further particulars apply to.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
THE UNDERSIGNED OFFER FOR SALE
HAWAIIAN BARK "X-MOI,"
S. QKERKEN, ... Master,
Shortly Expected from Breme,
Consisting in part, of Assorted Styles of
Fancy English ami French Prwts I
English and French Muslins, Victoria Lawns,
Heavy Blue Denims, Blue and Brown Cotton Drills,
White, Blue and Brown Cottons, Hickory Stripes,
Ticking, Fine White Linen, Scotch Ginghams;
Woolen Blankets, As., Ae.,
Comprising a Fall Assortment of
New aRd Desirable Dry aii Faaey f4g,
and A Fine Assortment of
NEW STYLES OF CLOTHING!
Fence Wire. Galvanized Iron Pipe,
Tinned Saucepans, and Cutlery.
AN ASSORTMENT OF
ENGLISH AND GERMAJt GMCeIeS.
Paiats and Oils, Demijohns, Corks,
Rooins; Mates, Wall Paper,
Ala and Porter, HttUaaiete eWst,
Kartell's Brandy, Htaja sliilfcnaisatil.
RTJIXAKT FERE FK.tr 5HM
la pints and quarts.
Steam Coal, Blacksmith's Coal, Fin
Bath Bricks, New Oil Casts, In Sheets,
Coarse SMt, Russia. Rope, Aaaort
Portland Cement. Ae., Ae.
ALL 7EKSONS'are ketsar MliaaaassM
not to treaoaaaon Ota Akif of KAI U H
NUI, os tko IsUsmI of Mauri, swr tsfc tab asafS.aW
Kanaka, sear avuawi, os em A lap aaa. ear a as a,
wise commit treitan oa tWrisrkts sf eJaesaHSassslantsl.
Any pereY after the psstteslloei at sta aasssa, iat
a-e keM rsseoaaHllt iai oar Caart of Jaaaaaa. r saw
at of trssaass aesssilttsd os asM brad, w awf 5-
Posra. MUnU TUJaTDTS.
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