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- - MQXOLULU.SEPT. ti. iSIO.
Slscr the arrival f the luk Nerei d on the 11th,
wKh California dates ap to the 3fth alto, we here bo
fsrelgn arrivals te report.
Onr San FraBcisceadTicea report tbatlslaudSugars
had eteewht recovered flow tke AoetinD Sale held
m tfceJlXfcf A.jrsit. and thai ebaire pradri was
area t Tll. Xit 1 lYtclleWs;darYriieJiutt1 grades
TVe bark A'aieM. We'WnVnd Nereid tailed f.r
the Bvaaw 1 aland,, the f rmtr m the Uth tad the
Utter ea the lath. The btrk Caadea far Paget
TVe BH Seseser te dae freta San Fraeereeo with
dales p to the l!th tali, and the City f Jlelhenrse
oa Satsnalay fit it, Uth according to the time herete
The f-efcr. A. F. Jordan sails ta-merraw for San
FixBaJves, taking sr, mgaaa.f,id& and patdT
Dating ihe ewatsg week. e mat expeet uiJe a
a flee leyrsg lessees, araenpwhieh are tbe Ethan
Atteo. Cwawa, I C. Marray. and several vessels frem
Vsetarie aad Paget Seuod. wis Vamhcr.
The Mtawwsg are the prices efetaiaed far sugars at
the ale beH by 3. (k MerrM A Co.. August IV :
Wt Maai, Na. 1 te sii
BastMasi. . V "
WXIbee ' and M
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im ier oi' n . i.uni.
Set 1 hr KHtj Cartwrlaea. fat Kaeai.
gear Rak Roj . Koul
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a. rw. Emim, U (a Saa FrndKO.
la Slsr Hawaakaaai, tm MaaL
Mehr Ac)'. fa HaoaH.
K eehr Kaawa. ta Maat
SAr WalaK ha MaaL
a- HalU,i KaaaL
Sehtr Jiaaj, hm KaaaL
1 eahe rrlek, tm HdakaL
Sear TJ Qaeeo. tm KaoaL
Sert lt-SaVr Priaee. br IlaoatL
SSt iaa Taaac fir KaaaL
Am H. .VpftH, Bfane. firBaher! 1 1.
U-Schr Marttaa, fcr 1I.L
tcaCttlrCarlriat, fx KaaaL
AH tt Oaaaaa. BuMaia. fcr Paget Seaad
Am ak AaaietM ttntot, Keane. fr H.wUjxl'i la,
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Seaf Vaalal Or UaaL
Jl-fr AttlfriK uaa.
Sr Kaaaa. fjr Maai.
Sla Ut Yaaaaa. tv EMtaa.
3-cW hV Bojr. for Keolaa.
Sahr Valrj Qhw. be KaaaL
WnWa ior Maai
Sehr Jeaar. (or KaaaL
PhAiei of tte Mooa for September. 1870,
ruaaaxa bt carr. i5ui. extra.
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Death or Adxjkal Farri6CT. This dietln
Catived Htil cexopaqder tHed at Portm(nth';w
Baapehlre, on the lltb of AnBtt, ft the ze of
elxtf-nrae jeare. He Ike hljihrtt In rank of any
oflkcr la the United Slitu Kary, the rack of Admi
ral baring been created to bogtor, aim for hit dUtln
gaiebeal aeriea a'l N'evOrleiBe, ou the Mflirlpii,
and at Mobile dorios the crest rebellion. It ill be
reaacoibered, that the. Admiral mkmi after the war.
took, coaamaod of the Earopean Sqaadron, and was
raoarad Ja ercry place vUitcd by bits, with tbe
ed sat dfitlsalked bonor.j Siace hl rttuto from
that coDBSMod, M baalth bad beca twii that the
Coal ereot bad been looked upon as likely to occur
at any itate.
The Sale of tbe Baek Exebtsce, k(cb Is one of
beat haWd Salooat te the city, taket plare tbe day
after tbe Steamer' arrital probably tomorrow.
Om ekUest are aaMicaaxieasly for tbe arrival
of tbe Steamer fra San Francisco, w Men is not
teec;rapbod ap to the time of coiarto pre9. Upon
her aMcai e thaH.isnc an extra for the, benefit of
oar emmltry 'eaVcrtber, Tery fear of whom are
able to proeore tbe California papers.
Scbdes Death. An oM satire man, apparently
aVbat aTaty J ear of ace. coming Into town from
the coaoiry by tbe Falema road on Saturday after
DoBt was aotiecd to tit don by the road aide, near
tbe Rafertn the at, at If to rrtt bimteir, and ebortly
after Wat (bead to be qaite dead.
The Mercantile LiBKinr Lottebt. The draw,
ha; of thk Lottery bat bees postponed nntil the
31tt of October, at we learn from tbe San Francitco
paper rapetredaby the Annie M. Weston. Tboe of
oar ciilzelfe (a) fatty Expect to dnw tbe first prize,
wilt therefore be obrfered te lote tbe Intereat on the
amosat far lwe moathi tseger than tbey bare had
reasoc te tapAMxe.
AoeiDEtT. On Taeeday afternoon, tbe 13th Inst,
tbe new taH beat, rrceBtly built for Mr. Mirk Bob-
laioo made a trial-trip around the harbor and oot-
tlde. A assail ttrsck her at tbe wit bound In. while
patting tbe hetl-beoy, carrylss away tbe ttayt, and
taktei; rsittt, taile aad sear overboard. Fortunate
ly aooe of tbe party received any damtce. Af
ter making fait to tbe beil-bnoy, and Sshlcg bold of
the man tbey awaited aatittance from the chore, and
were finally tuwed te by tbe Pele.
Billiabd Match. An lntcreaticg match came of
bUtttrdt, between Mr. John Rabinton of this city,
and Mr. Alley, of San Franeisco, wat played on the
create; of tbe 13th Instant at the Olympic Cub.
Betk ceetlcmee fboaed tome Tery tclentlfic play
tec dertec tbe came btcb lasted about two boun,
aad was wen by Mr. RoMeseo, beatiac Mr. Alley
eicbt poiatf, tbe game xlae for 750 pointa. The
best ram made wit 102 points, by Mr. Robinson.
That Bakes tbe second or third match game played
aad woa by Mr. Roetston. We undent! nd that a
cbaltesse far another came bis been sent to him by
Mr. Alley watch he baa accepted, and whlcb will
be phyed too.
Neaelt a Fixe. On Snnday afternoon, tome
chtMrea were amctleg tbemtelTee In a yard on Ala
kea Street, playing with matches and letting- lire to
a lot of tbavtegt, old tkisctr and matt which were
lylnc dote to tbe boute, and bad the fire not been
ditcoTered test as it bad got good headway there
Is no ksealng what damage mlzbt hare been done
la that neighborhood. Albort tlmefioce. In anoth
er part of the city, some children took matches to
bed rth them and sex fire to the curtains, which
was discovered In time to prevent any further dam
age than the ctxrtalns beta; pretty well burnt up.
It It a wonder that wo hare no more serious acci
dent! than do happen from this cacte. -Those
baring the rare of cafWren cannot be too careful in
keeping matches out of their way.
WEneght toun to kearoewa from the Arctic fleet
either by an tarty arrived from tbe North, or by
way of Sin Francisco, where the newt it generally
received early, by -trading vessels from the Arctic.
Last year onr first report came by theSteamer which
arrived here Sept. 6th, and which was cp to Jnly 22d.
The year before, tbe report was also received by the
steamer, which arrived here Angntt 23d, and which
waa opto July 12. Allhcnghthefirilnewarecervrd
was not very favorable either year, yet when tbe
first of tbe fleet bean to arrive, tbey brought most
favorable reports, last year eapectally. Tbe first
whaler which wai a trader also arrived last year
Angntt 34tb, bnt she was not from the Arctic, there
were co arrivals from the Arctic until the last ol Oc
tober, when seven vessels arrived within a few days
Of each other, arcrxficr; otct one thousand barrels
of oil rich.
Hk. Editor: The -rltccrfwer quotes Whit
tier,.applyirjg iis .condemnation of minis;
ters who sustained slavery, to two Cliris
tian ministers ou MauL Those ministers do
not stand alone, by any meaus, in viewing
the system of labor contracts as utterly un
like slavery, with no element of slavery in
it. Nearly all of their brethren, minis
ters and laymen, entertain'tlie same views;
and they are, briefly, that even- man has
a -natural right to make just- such con
tracts as he thinks his interests demand,
to do whatever is la-ful, to.be done, and
when he has made them, he is-bonnd to
fulfill them : in other words, that he has
no more right, willfully, wantonly,, dis
honestly, to violate them,' to the pecuniary
injury of the other party, than he has to
steal so much of his money, and the man
who could try to persuade the Chinese
laborers . recentlv brought here in the
Solo, not to fulfill their promise to con
tract, on the ground that wages were
higher, and plantation .work undesirable,
slier $20,000 liad been advanced for them
on the .fait b of that promise it seems to
me must have been destitute of any per
ception of what was morally right or
wrong. In my view, to have done so was
nothing less than a crime, "which would
havt injured innocent parties to the extent
of $20,000, and more, and given the open
ing lesson of immorality to these Chinese
on our shores, by teaching the"tn that to
violate the faith upon which so large ad
vances had been made, without cause, was
rio'f a" crime, and, practically, no. wrong
nor do I think it to be true that higher
wages are paid. If you add to the stip;
ulated wages, the cost or board,' the pres
ent to be made, the two suits of light
clothing .to. .be furnished, and apportion
the more than $20,000 advanced in cash
to them, and for their passage, it amounts
to more than either1'inexperienced or ex
perienced laborers can obtain, except here
and there one for special work, and more
than any planter can afford to pay, unless
it is an object for him to become a bank
rupt; nor do we think plantation work
more undesirable. than ot her asricuhu'ral
and farm work, either in Old or New Eng
land. It calls for the same industrv and
diligence nothins: more.
William Lloyd Garrison says that con
tracts made in the United States, or
abroad; is .the concern of those .who jiiake
them, and who have the right to do so, if
thev think that bv so doinsr thev can
' - - ' v - -v O - -
better themselves bv obtaining- more
wages, or in other ways.
The gentlemen of Maui., alluded to by
the Advertiser, are in good company so
far as their views of the identity of slavery
and; the contract system are concerned.
for they seem not to differ from those
champions of anti-slavery, Garrison and
Greelv, whose names have been identified
with that cause for almost half a century,
To fulfill a promise, a contract is right.
To break it causelessly, willfully, to the
injury of another, whilst you have the
means of fulfilling it in your hands, is a
wroug, it is more, it is a crime and to
teach otherwise is an immorality, no mat
ter how sincere the teacher may be; and
he who would have thus taught the Chi
nese, who arrived in the Solo, could not
be guiltless. J. B.
Macawao. Mnui. Sept. 8, 1870.
F.DrroR Hawaiian Gazktte : Bear Sir: We
may all welcome the change which aweet Sep
tember has brought with it. at IeuU we do eo at
Malcawao. The latter part of August, the heat.
from 8 o'clock a. v, till about 4 p. X-, was unujn
ally oppressive, il being nearly calm. As evening
approached, it became uniformly cooler, and in
creasingly so dnringthe night Each morning
we fuond oar fields and pastures literally drenched
with dew. so that one could not walk comfortably
even in one's door yard without thick boots. Ex
cept at Waimea, on Hawaii. 1 have niver seen
so heavy dews as we have lately had at Malcawao
dews which are not dried till noon, and often
not till 1 or 2 o'clock. And yet I was once as
snred hy a physician then living in Connecticut,
bnt who had jnst relumed, from these Islands,
that there were no dews at the Sandwich Islands.
Judge of my surprise, then, when a year or two
later, I was wet from head to foot with the dews
of Waitnea, one December morning! on starting
from the Mission-house on my way to Hilo. trav
eling on foot, as we all had to do in those days.
I acerjained. on my return from my tour around
Hawaii, in 1S29. that the doctor who had never seen
dew on the Islands, spent most of hi' island life
at Honolulu, and was apt to hug his pillow till a
lato hour in the morning. From then facts. I
infer that It waa not improbable that such an one
as my informant might have passed a year or two
at the Islands without perceiving a drop of dew.
Still, thai there are dews, and heavy ones, from
Hawaii to Kauai, is a fact which can be clearly
demonstrated. It Is an unspeakable blessing in
districts where there is a lack of rain, as at Kona,
ihi Hawaii, and in Knla. in my own neighborhood.
Xo fatter and sweeter beef have I ever eaten
than that raised and slaughtered in Knla, a
district covere I with lava, in great measure de
composed. Here.jhe dews are frequently heavy,
resembling, for aright 1 know. In quantity and
quality, " the dews bf Ilermon, and Ihe dew
which descended opon the'monnlains of 55on."
No heller wheat have the Islands ever produced
than Knla, and the Irish potatoes are excellent.
Since I wrote yoa. we have been favored with
genial showers of rain, grateful to the young
sngar csne, and keeping fresh and tender the
food for cattle and horses. The season thus far.
has been highly favorable both for mm and
beast ; and I am happy to say that nur friend
and neighbor at Clapalakna. lias had the pleasure
of seeing his fields thoroughly drenched with
rain sine the first of September, and still the
showers descend copiously- is Ihe latest intelli
gence we hare from that quarter.
Capt. Hobron is poshing forward the enterprise
of erecting his mill and other buildings, destroyed
by fire. He hopes in two or three months, per
haps in a shorter time, to re-commence his labors.
A good deal of sympathy is felt for him, also for
the gentlemen Wilbour, nnd for Mr. Kekaba, a
worthy Hawaiian, who lost their sugar and a
quantity of cane lying at tbe mill waiting to be
ground. The sufferings of the Gray and Hobron
families, from the apprehension of further loss,
must htve been considerable, and called forth onr
Mr. Baily is still with us. overseeing Ihe erec
tion of the Seminary. He needs more careen
ters, for the building is a large one. and the labor
er? are emphatically, few. We all feel that hat
we do for the native race, must be done qnirklyi,
Are yon acquainted with tbe Christian Unton,
a paper edited by Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. J
15. Ford i Cti- Publishers, S9 J'ark Row.- Xew
York. 1 will mail a cingle number, and I will
thank you to call the attention of the readers of
the Gaiettk to one of the most widely circulated
nowspapers in tne United States; 16 pages, cut
and stitched. So peryeario advance.
We are having the pleasure of entertaining
Rev. Chas. G. McCully. lately the stated supply
of Fort Street Church. Honolulu, who, with his
brother. Lawienre McCullv, Esq.. came np in the
Moi. with the intention of ascending our noble
mountain. Kahaleakala. Tbe weather, just now,
is nn'avoraMe for taking soch an excursion, but
it may be pleasant in the morning. Mr. Collier,
a gentleman from Australia, ascended the tnoun
tain day before yesterday, and returned last even
ing. He is. I suppar-e. still in our neighborhood,
and may go down on the Moi to-morrow.
Tours, with respect, J. S. Geee.v.
late Foreign News.
New Yoke, August &.
Santiago de Cuba letters of the ISth lntt, say
Valmazada has arrived here from Bayamat, which
he left with 1000 men. On hi way he was attached
by tbe Colors and lost 550 men in killed and wound
ed among whom were Cameron, Demelgncl and
manv other officers. All his hsggage, cannons and
J6.000 in gold were" captured. Bodies of Spanish
troops under Colonels Anipadia and Badraneo, late
ly attempted to lorce their way from Mansonvllle to
Bayoraa. The former were successful after tlx
hours' hard fighting; bnt the latter were totilly re
pulsed with a loss of 1.S0O men and fourteen cars of
stores and equipage. Eighteen carloads of wounded
returned to Mansonvllle.
'CoL Lewis, Commander of the Second Expedi
tion landed by George Bapton, died at the hands of
tbe Spaniards, and most of his command wrre
either killed or captured and shot. Majnr-Grn.
Douti Marmar, one ol the ablest Cnba'n leaders,
died of brain fever near Santiago on the C6tb. Ge
neral Modeetedi .Diaz has been appointed In his
Yellow fever and cholera prevails among the
troops and they ere now In Santiago unfit for ser
vice. Nearly 1,000 tick, wounded and discharged,
have arrived from that place In the last fortnight, ,j
The cltv Is alto suffering from nant of water, the
supply having been cut off by tbe insurgents.
' Philadelphia. August 2Id The National Elf en
tire Committee of the Unloo Leagueof America to.day
adopted a resolution heartily sympathising with the
German people in the war with Napoleon whom tbey
denounce- at an unprincipled adventurer, disturbing
the peace fur his own personal aggrandizement. They
request subordinate Council to make donations to lo
cal German, Aid, Societies. TheCommitteeadjourncd
to meet again at the call of tbe Chairman.
New Yuri:, August I2d. Tbe Managers of tbe rival
Railroad lines from this city to the West bold another
conference at Saratoga to-morrow, at which Vander
btlt, Gould and others are eapected to be presen. An
abundance of pasr-enger tariffs at an early date is gen
erally, believed to be already agreed en, and it isolat
ed that there is a fair prospect of an amicable division
of business between tbe three roads, the Erie taking
the lire ttoek and heavy freight, and the New York
and Penosyl vania Centrals tbe balk of passenger
trafic- Tbe live stock transportation between Buf
falo and New Yurk. which has been one dollar tercar
alt sumu.er. has been advanced to 1 40, with a.pras
peet of till further Increase. The Erie and Central
managrrs are alto said to hare agreed oot to extend
their contracts with tbe United States and American
E press Companies, and soon will take the eontrol of
the express basinets orer tbeir lines.
Bremen, Aug. 22d. The North German Lloyds
announces that. In cuusequence ol the soccers of
the German arms, the steamers will be able to re
sume their triii to America, and the time-tables will
toon be issued.
London, Aug. 22. Advices from Hongkong Au
gust 4th,-etates that the French and English fleets
at Chefoar, where they await orders.
Tbe observations of tbelatest Paris journals on
the new Ministry of France are not of much Interest,
The failure, is announced of B. Parorips, foreign
merchant, and Calvin Vier, Consul for Birmingham.
England, loses heavily.
The ValatUre makes tbe following calculations o;
the last census of France: Men between 0 and SO,
3,760.000; Irora30to40, 3,123,000; arid adds: Are
we to be nnraty on account of three or four battles
lostT ' We should become a laughing-stock of
London, Aug. 23. The Bavarian Government has
forbidden tbe promulgation of the dogma of Papal
Infallablllty in that country.
The Havana Gaittte contains official Intelligence
of the capture and execution of Genctalt Pedro Fig-
nrido, Roerlgo Tgm.onieo, Francisco Peralta, scent
of Fignredo and Colonel Fernsndei: and the killing
ol 140 Insurgents. The operations of the Spanish
Lose Branch. Angntt 23d. The President left
this morning for Newport. He 111 be absent
The Boston Journal of Chtmiitry warns Ihe pub
lic asaint the nse of galvanized Iron pipes for tbe
transmission of water for domestic purposes, which
when new, bare a fresh and commendable appear
ance, but by use become nxfdyzed and entirely un
fit. The action of tbe flowlnir water rapidly decom
poses tne interior covering ol zinc, ana 11 is csrrira
away to be cooked op In tbe kitchen, or drank np
ia tbe parlor.
Ox one of the recent hot Sundays a popnlarclerjry-
man announced as bis text, " whose fan it in bis
hand," and as he did so nearly every fan In tbe hands
of the audience, amounting to several hundreds,
stopped movlrg' as If by mazlc Tbe clergyman
kindly requested his hearers to keep on funning
themselves while he went on with bis discourse.
A COSSTAMNOPLE paper gives the quotations ot
female slaves. A netrru woman. In pood health,
brings about MOO, a Circassian girl of twelve $1000,
and of elxteen 4000.
ScvTSTT-rivE brides sat down to dinner on a Sun-
dav at one hotel in Nlacara.
tun. In lM- citj, en Saaday, Septtmber lth, tbewtfe
ot Capt. Peter Mtliah, tt a daatbtar.
milE FRENCH lteaidenti of Honolnla
JL at a recent meeting, have resulred tn open, at
tne store or ilenn. (.11 ALLJiltl, a III. Zq. a
Nuuarra Street, a Subscription List for tha relief cf
the famines of tbe killed and wounded is tha present
war of their country.
Ererv Frenchman Is invited to cose and give bia
Obolua. large cr small. It is open also, for everyone
els who wishes to coo tribute to the lace Christian
and humaae object. 36-tf
AVIS.---Les Francais residentaa Ilono
.nla oat decide dans leur reunion d'ourrir one
ti-te de saoienption ehex Messrs. CHALLAMEL A
CIE.. a Honolulu pour ventr ere aide aux famillea
des Sddats Francais marts ou blesses pendant la
ruerre aetuetie. lost francais est invite a apporter
on cortiyer so,n Obvle grande on petite.
La lute- eit nuverte aussi pour toute personne qui
detirerait eontribuer au mem bat d'hamanite. IZS
T 1ST OF FOREIGX JCRORS drawn fbr tU
JLi October Tenn A.D. HTO.cf the Ssprtn Cosn.
S E Rawioa, WHt" Dmacaa,
SaaI N'ott, M T Dooeell,
J il Buts-na, J 8 Smi'bie.
Ira BJcbardMO, C A WUUaiaa,
Jamea Hopper, Georre StacrarlaBe,
E P Aoajna, George Sioera,
M IVnatU, E O A44er!r,
P C Jvoea jr. Botxrt Lewcre.
L L T-rtett, J Miller,
Jtnx I OowKtt, J P fMeMa,
John II Wood. : J II ISaeA,
CL Itnutb, E QintUai
WALTKE R SEAL.
. . - Deputy OariiSBprtma Court.
Boaolala, XL L, E;t. th,lS7& i 3t -
17llt, at IS Aoon at Sulcxrooru,
We will offer at Pnblie Auction
At an upset price of $40 per Acre,
That Valuable Piece
Hi 3NT 3D ,
Near Makikl, on tbe makat tide of tha Gorernment
Road, and now tbe prot erty of L. McCully Eq.,
COXTAISTIXG AX AREA OP 35 ACHES.
Z3 Tbe Metcalf Road to Jlanoa runt on the
northern boundary. Suffieieutttone fur. fencing can I
be had from tbe mauka of the land, and a serer-fail-
ing supply of water from wells.
r The constantly increasing value of Real Es
tate in the vicinity of Honolulu, renders this a good
opportunity for parties desiring a profitable .invest-1
JS ADAMS A WILDER, Anet'rs.
0.- annua? morning last, a hre Kinging;
and very tame Canary bird. It is marled with
dark spots uu the back of the neck and un tbe tips r.f I
its wmB. any person returning lae same to tbe I
ivsl UDce, wilt be liberally rewarded.
International Hotel Notice !
rplIK Co-l'nrtnership heretofore existing be-
JL tween Janes u. aIarkisou ana 1 etkr Fer.xax-
nr.5. under the style of UanRiso.v a Co.. is this dar
dissnlred by mutual consent. All accounts of tbe
old Firm will be setteled r-y James C. Harrison, who
is authorized to ore the name of the firm in liauida-
lion, and who will hereafter carry on tbe business of
tbe International Hotel upon bis own responsibility.
Honolulu, Kept. IV, 1S70. 36-2t-.
A TWO Ilorsc-Power, Clark't Patent.
Xi. in good working order. Two Fanning Mills,
One Thrashing Machine.
For further particulars
J. T. 1VATERII0USE.
To Be SoldA Bargain
"Dnilders, or Others,
want of CORAL
STONhS. can be supplied with two thousand.
more or less, well dried, seasoned, and perfectly free
frm salt. most of tbem sqoare and ready for imme- I
aiateuse. oy application to the Undersigned. These
Stones will be sold at a great hargain by the entire
lot. 135-tn JA.MhS S. LEMO.Y.
F. A. SCHAEFEB & CD.
HAVE OX BOARD THE
alUllllIUII IJtllH Mi Vs IT lljlli,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
English, German & French
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS,
Clothing, Hosiery, Hardware,
GERMAN LAGER BEER & ALE
Rhine Wine, French TVIne,
Kherry and Port,
French Cognac k Holland Gin,
Ileidsick & Co's Champagne,
Etc. Klc. Etc. Etc.
ALL OF WHICH THET OFFER
For Sale at the most Reasonable Rates
- - G0TT MIT UNS.
TME AUF DEN SANDWICH INSEI
nehtigt dass im Konsulate des Aorddeutschen
Bundes Listen in Beitrargen fuer die Verpdegong
Verwundeter und xur Vnterstuetzung der Wittwen
und Waisen gefalener deutscher Kneger, tur Zeich
nnn2 aufgele'rt aind.
TJcsere deutschen Brueder in der Htiaatb epfern
(nt und illut xur VerLbeidignng raterlaeuuisenen
BodensunddeutaeberEbra! Allen bieiirea deutaehen
Patrioten wird hierdureh ebenfalls Gelegeubeit gcee-
ben ibre Synp athia fssr Deutaebiasda gerachta Saoba
durcn die Xtat ia hekraeitigen.
ileltt rasch und nach Krattten.
Honolulu. II August. 1870. 31-tf
TTAVING made nrrnngements for -regular
s s supplies or tbe Tery oert quality ol firewood.
Iron Hawaii and Kauai, wo ftffer the tine fur sale in
quantities, and at prices to suit eustoinrrs.
30-Zm DOWMvTT A CO.
Wetzel Pans !
II. UACKFELD A
EOB SALE! '
ETTS OF MULE HARNESS and LEATHER.
from the Hilo Tannery.
For sale by (I2 3ia) n. HACKFELD A CO.
RHINE WINE and CLARET, .
For Sale by
13-3&1 H. IIACKFELD A
THEOD. G. HEUCK
Haw'n Bark R. C. WYLIE,
3NT o -w Due
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
COXSISTISQ OF '
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery.
uroad and Brilliant Cloths,
PalutH und Oil,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts A pts Deetjen i Schrooder's Star brand.
Best French Clarets and Brandy,
Rhine Wine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in eases and in bulk.
Sparkling; Iloclr, In quarts and pints,
Port Wine, Horn Mnlt Extract,
Ladies' and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of the best make and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy of tone,
Three Largo Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Ncmerous to Mention,
Suitable for Town and Country Trade,
For Sala on tbe most Reasonable Terms.
Ex Sliljp Iolonl,
clIURniY'S Fresh Oysters,
o. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Faddy,
Manila Rope IJ, Z, IJ and 3 inches.
Ilarana Cigars the best in the market,
Swiss, California and Ltmburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil; Century A Forest, Rose Tobacco,
New Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ac, Ae,
For Sale Cheap,
it the SUre of
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. 11th. 1570 35-tf
FALL TRADE 1STO
Best A I Hawaiian
MESS BEEF, H
C. BERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
AND WARP.A-. : JD.
SS Tha abore Beef is pasted by an experienced
Butcher, cured in Lirerpool Salt, and cached in
Turk's Island Salt. The best tefertncee ran be
giteu. For sala in quantities to suit by
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept Htb, 1870. 35-om
For Bent or Lease.
THAT VERY Desirable Residence,
No. 105 Nuuaua Street. Apply to
IS- . JAMES 6. LEMON.
Br C. S. BARTOW.
A RETAIL LiaUOR BUSINESS
The Day after tUn Arrival of tkn
Strainer front Han IVaucIwco,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SO0.V, OK THS THEMISES,
By Order of George II. Burgess, Administrator of
sua .estate or f.d. ilurgest. deceased, will
be sold at Pahlie Auction, the Li
cenced House known as
jjHTlIE BANK EXCHANGE,
Together with tha Larga and Airy
C'ontnlnlnsr Three Large Tables,
which bare recently been fitted up with New Slate
iieoa, at a large expense. Tbe Bar Is well supplied
with a large stuck of the Bert Qualities ol Liauors.
tVines. Ales, dc, recently purchased by the lata Ed
ward iiurgess, wnosc experience and success ia this
line of business is well knuwn. Tha house has had
tha liberal patronage of tbe best custom of our Island
residents, and is offered at a favorable time, as tha
Fall Business Season ia approaching.
Tbe late proprietor paid for thit business, including
repairs, paiating and papering tbe bouse, which baa
rejently teen put in tnorougb repair, about $8,500,
not including license.
Tbe Lease of the Premises, will be told with the
block, tha same baring FOUR YEARS UNEXFIHED
TEIU1S AT SALE-Farther particulars aPPlyt
C. S. BARTOW. Auct'i
lfclt.M, trom December next.
C. S. HARTOW, Aucfr.
Wednesday, Sept'r. 28th,
At 10 A.M., at Salesroom,
A Varied Assortment of Dry Goods
And Otlier Slerclinndlse.
C. S.'BARTOW, Auct'r.
October IStIs, ut 13 o'clock, IVoon,
Near the Old Custom House,
7111 be Sold at Public. Auetion,
"Four Tubular Boilers,
Taken out of tbe Steamer KILAUEA length 15 feet
s incnes, diameter four feet.
One Old Bont nnd Ono Skylight,
A Lot of old Iron, a Lot of Bricks,
Aula, Cocks, Bolts and Pipes,
Lot of Waste Pipe, Kettles. Boxes, Ac.
'I'll e Ictnl taken oil" tltc Ilottom of
the Steamer "Kilauen."
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
I I III I;'
I I If I IJ 1? IJ II I IJ I 11
llDlilli llMJj Mill
By order of the Executors of the Estate of JAMES
LOUZADA, deceased, the undersigned wiU sell
October 29th, on the Premises,
At IS o'clock IVoon,
The Lot and Buildings.
SITUATED OJf THE
Corner of Beretania & Punchbowl Streets,
and af present occupied by Mr. S. M. CARTER,
j. The place Is pleasantly situated for
m-w -s"'- -"-"b
irjnutTjM uuiance I rum me ousiness part oi tne
idjJyr'?- city, yet so located as tu receif e tbe
full benefit cf the trade winds. The lot is larce, and
contains one large Dwelling Homo, with three larre
Koms, wbicu may be u.ed as two; I'arlors, with
Dioinc Room; two larce Bedrooms: one Dressing
Room ; one small Bedroom i and reranda in front
part oi tne nunaing.
One long Out-IIonse, containing Wood-house, Cook
boue, and Store room.
One Cottage, containing two Bedrooms.
One Long House, cSntaining two small rooms :
Carriage Room, Horse Stall, eto., etc.
For further particulars, inquire of R. II. Stanley,
solicitor, or t;. s. llAKTOw,
Barkenune "Jane A Falkinbere!"
AND FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE!
BARRELS COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
Barrels Backs Columbia Rirer Salmon.
Hf Barrels Columbia Rirer Salmon, .
Uf Barrels Salmon Bellies
31-tf Kits Salmon Bellies,
Just Received ex lolani,
Bryant's Eight Card
ASD TOR BALE BT
CASTLE 6c COOKE.
Dissolution of Copartnership.
THE PAUTNEnsiIII' heretofore exist
ing between U. W. SEVERANCE and CHAS.
K. CLARK, under the firm name of SEVERANCE,
CLARK A CO.. is this day dissolred by limitation.
Either party will sign in liquidation.
Ji. W. SEVERANCE,
CHAS. K. CLARK.
No. MS Front Street,
San Iranciseo, August 1st, 1870.
Referring to the abore notice of dissolution, the
undersigned would inform his Island friends, that he
baa resumed the General Shipping and Commislon
Business, at No. 40) Front Street, corner of Clay,
under the name of H. W. SEVERANCE k CO.
H. W. SEVERANCE.
San Franslaeo, Cal., Aug. 1st, 1870. 32-lm
For Sale !
THE LAND OF ADAUKEA, NORTH KONA.
Hawaii, near to Kallua. Also the large Sugar
Land of Hakalau Hilo Hawaii. Also an exteniire
Cattle Ranch on Hawaii!. For particulars apply to
April 26tb, 180 U-tf W. L. GREEN.
LARGE PLATE IRON STEAM JACKET
Fan, IS feet z S feet x 2 feet. Anplr to
April 28th, 1870.
-lJ-tf W. L. OREEN.
DEST WALL3END STEAM HO 173 E COAL,
XJ Also a lot of second hand Firs Bneks.
April 2tth, 1870. lMf
W. L. GREKN.
A HOUSE is Xanana Valley, with
i0r without furniture. Apply to
2S- ' JOHN H. PATT.
iLUACLE REAL ESTATE
Br ADAMS & WIIaDKIU-
... - iH
Wednesday, Sept'r. 2lt,
At 10'A. ac;, at Salesroom,
WILL BE SOLD
CXOTIIING, . . ,
. .. t . GROCERIES,. &Cn
A LOT OF MASON'S TOMS;
JMOCM, Hopes, ShoTalj, Heka, ate, tfe;
ALSO AT TEN A. it,.
By Order of Messrs. W. L. Green, and P. neurit.
Assignees of tht Estate of C. X. Spencer A
Co., Bankrupts, will ha sold.
ia Bales Xnlu, . ,
a Bags CotTee.
a Basjis Beast,
AND AN ASSORTMENT OF
Prints. Cottons. Gaiters, Hats,
Stockings, Shirts, Soap. Buttoas,
Matches, Alpacas. Threads Bur
laps, ae, belonging ts said Estate.
ADAMS a WILDER Anefrs.
On Friday, Sept'r. 23d,
At 10 A. X., at Salesroom,
WILL BE SOLD
On account of the departure of tha Owner,
-s9l" XiOT O IP
SUPERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURHiTlfflE
BLACK WALNUT PARLOR SET,
Hair Cloth Sofa, Two Easy Chairs,
Marble Top Table. Thrsa Chairs.
lWal'nt Bck'gatnmon a ChessTabla mads By Leonard,
1 Fine Koa Booksase, made by Leonard,
1 Fine Koa Centra Table, made by Leonard.
2 Hair Seat Rockers, Koa & Paint'd Bureaus,
Wardrobe, Settee Lounge, Koa Ead'std.
Hair Cloth Mabogony Sofa,
Hair Cloth Mabogony Chain,
Hair a Straw Matrasses.
Koa Tables, Easy Chair,
FINE, ENGRAVINGS & BOOKS !
Wheeler A Wilson's Sewing Machine, In good order.
"iw aea cerrice, irocaeryware.
05F CRYSTAL PALACE STOVE, NEARLY OT,
One Microscope. Vases, Tea. Caddies, etc., ate,
ADAMS A WILDER. Auet'ra.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER issued br
the Hon DUNCAN McllRVDK, Circuit Judge
of the Fourth Judicial Circuit, on tha ISth day of
August, asju, in tne matter oi me estate or FUJI U
LULU, deceased, we are instructed by D. K. FTFE.
Esq., Administrator of said Estaffe, to sell at Publia
Auction to the highest bidder for Cash,
On Saturday, Sept. 24th,
At 12 Noon, at Salesroom,
All that Piece or Parcel of Land
Nltnnted on SlaHssalcea 8tret,
Honolulu, Oahu, at present ceecupiej by Mr. Singer,
and more particularly described in Royal Patent No.
603. Tha Land will bo aold subject to a Xeaao of
$60 per year, which expires August 23d, 187S.
f Deed at the expense of Purchaser.
ADAMS A WILDER. Anet'rs.
LAND FOR SALE!
A DE SIB ABLE INVESTMENT!
THE LAND KNOWN AS KOLO," SITU
ated In South Kona, Island of Hawaii, containing
458 Acres of Area by Survey
Will bo offered at Pnblio Auotlsa
On Saturday, Sept. 24th,
At 12 Noon, at Salesroom,
SSL This tract of Land la wall wooded with to
JCL a heary growth of Ohla timber, suit- 3
able for Firewood and Ship work of aterr kind.
All of tbe Timber stands within a mile of h beach.
wnere mere is a good anchorage at all seasons of tha
year. The amount of Ere wood oa the land la esti
mated by parties who hare examined it at
2,000 or 2,500 Cords.
Titlc FEE SIMPLE. For further particulars.
enquire at the store of
AIMJIcS A WILDER, Auo'lrs.
TJEFORE First Associate Jastle. HARTWELL.
ALEXANDER J, CARTWRIGHT, Complainant, ts
j. iv. h.t.A euu.iAiiAL,A, ana wii. alah
By rirtue of a decree Issued out of tha Supreme
Court of law and ecuitr of tha Hawaiian Islands fax
faror of the abore named complainant against J. W.
Keawehunabala and Dinah Kelt aaku his wife, defend
ants, for the sum of Nina Hundred and Eighty-one
($931) dollars and costs, amounting to tha ram if
One Hundred and Thirty-three- dollars and tweaty
fire cents. I shall expose at Pnblio Auetion upon tha
premises in Honolulu on THURSDAY, ths 2lth day
of September A. D. 1870, at 12 o'eloek noon, ail tha
right title and interest of tha said J. W. Keawshana
hala and Dinah, his wife in and to all and singular
the mortgaged premises set forth and described ia the
mortgage of the complainant in this causa lied, aad
tbertin described as follows i
All that certain piece of land with houses and tss-
prorements thereon situated in Kaakopua, Iloaolala,
Island of Oahu, In Land Commission Award 138
and Royal Patent 1721 described and bounded as
follows. Ehoomaka ana ma ka kihl akaa saaaka
pill ana me lo Kcano a ma ko ke Konohiki, halo thai
makekuauna. pill ou me Konohiki. a malailaaa a
hiki I ka kihl akan a ka halalepo mauka, naUOa
ska ma ka koa Iho a ka halelsco halo iI a histl ata-
ka kihl akaa o ko Kamelei, ma la knasna nu ffsnisa
lal holo pa aaa a hiki 1 kahl hapalaa I oUZoia wt
Koltabe ma kona mabala ponoi Iho, 1 loks o kaU alas
a kupono ana I ksbl knsnsa a okt xul ana ssal ate
mat a koso i kaia kulaana 1 mahale la, koto asMBHs
la aoas pill ma ko Kokabe a ma Waikaaaa hiii 1 a
kihl Uikina mauka a pili aaa ma Keaaa a lyasV
kane. Oia ka aisa I oleloia ma kaia palapala, togeth
er with all tha Rights privileges appurteuaneas aad
buildings to tbo same belonging. Also a eortala
Woodea House situated in KiklhaU.BoaoIala. Oahu.
and erected upon the land of Kantaka.
Unless tha said decree costs of salt and sot fees sad
commissions b. prtrlously satlsSad.
W. t;. iasxi,. .
ADAMS I WILDER. Aaet'q.
Marshal's Oflce, Aug. 29, 1 870. 23-4t.
ALL perieax harias; atty rsstlsavs aasssssit
the EsUt of tbe lata John Watson, are raqaaS'
ted to present the same to tha aBdersigaed. aad asl
persons indebted to the said Estate wDl saate leant
diato payment to
Attorney b fact for the Heirs
Honolulu, Sept. 6th, lSTO-34-lsa