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M. RAPLEE,
DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT TRESS
HOXOLULtT:
"WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1870.
BV AUTHORITY.
tJx Court win jo into fall moors ing for Herlate Maj
sty,aDwar Queen Kalema, relict of II ii lata Jlaj
wlj.K rrTfh s mehs, III., for three weeks from this date.
ti Bzxrt Pbcxdzbgait,
Chamberlain.
loWtTaUoe. Office of Chamberlain, Sept. 27 1870.
DcnuTuxt or FoheiO!! Arruns.
Btuitkoown to all whom it may concern ; "Whereas
HlstExeelleney Henry A. Pierce, Minister Resident or
tie United Statu, near tb'u Court, did on the 22d
Instant, address tbe undersigned as follow! ; " Har
ing hj. aulbarUr of the United Statel Government,
acpotnted HUl Perkins, Etqnire, of New London,
OocseeHect, new in Honolulu, Acting Comnl for the
United State at Honolulu. Ac." Therefore, the
stil Was Parkins, it hereby acknowledged, by order
f JHs Majesty the Ktnr;, in Council, aa Acting Con
aal fr tbe United Statea for the Port of Honolulu, and
all kit e&cUl acta, a sucb,are ordered to receive full
faMb.nd credit by the Authorities of Ilia Majesty'a
Gwefnmest.
Glrenunder my hand and teal of the Foreign Office
at HaMeule, this 23d day of September 1870.
fL. E.j ' C. C. IUnnts.
Minister for Foreign ACairs.
CrunLrsJI., Jans, Inquire, has been appointed
AgestrJar the Steamer Kilauea, all persons .baring
tjtjiiyi .wHb. that .Teasel, will please apply to him
from tkU date.
Fens. W. HqTcnifOS,
Minister of Interior.
Home OSce, Sept,';7th,1870.
Whereas II. Dickkxso, Jr. was daly appointed
Otetk ef the Oirentt Court af the 2nd Judicial Circuit
hy the Jnttiees of the Sspreme Court and has been
duly quaMCed to act as .said Clerk and has filed an
approved laaod as required by the Statute.; Notice is
hereby gireo Jhat he is the regularly authorised clerk
of tbe said Oourt.
L. MrCoLt-T,
Clerk Supreme Court.
38-3U
Honolulu. Oct., 3d. If 70.
"Tax Collectors for 1870.
OA HO.
Honolulu .
Kss)aipk
KasAantM
Waialna ,.
...Geo. n. Luce.
..John K. Wilder,
,....-Paukialanl.
W. C. Line.
..-..Owen J. Holt.
Bws and Walanae
MAUI.
LahatnaM.
WaHoko...
Malawae .
II. m
,....T. C Forsyth.
.....H. Kuibelani.
Kapoikai.
.....T. Lyons.
Jdetokai and Lanai....
,..D. Kaopeahlna.
HAWAII.
nHe
,...0. W. Akao Hapai.
......... S..B. Fuamana.
,. L. . Swain.
Pssi.
Km.
Seanci Km.
C. F. Hart.
J. G. Hoapili.
,.S. F. ChHHngworth.
..... P.. Kamakaala.
S. C. Wiltse.
Srth Ke
Seats 'Kerala
Ktk' Karral
HiTHtVna .
KAUAI.
n..i
X. S. Wilcox.
W. 0. Smith.
............ Kapabulima.
J. K. Smith.
......-G. B. Rnwell.
...... ......Kahu Kanoa.
J. .Mott Sitttn,
Minister of -Finance.
KssUsC
Wafae
nsar Ofiea. SC 8. 157.
Ste it hereby given that Kaeo has been ap
pointed 'Femd-Keeper for the Government Pound at
Hocaaoau, District of Sooth Kona, Island of Hawaii,
in place of W. E. Wright, resigned.
R. A. Ltvax.
UBe, Hawaii, Sept. 17, 1S70. Lieut. Got. or Hawaii.
The fanoral of ller late Majesty, Queen
Dowager K.-ibran, -will take place on Sat
urday next. The funeral procession will
bo formed at 10 a. sl, on Richard street,
and will move at 11 a. v., punctually.
His Excellency, the Governor of Oalm,
trill have the direction of the procession.
Darien Ship Cuntil.
The impetus given by the opening of
tbe Suez Canal to the old and long cher-L-bed
project of a ship canal across the
Isthmus of Dariun, is very likely to sub
side again by reason of the natural ob
stacles, as well as political ones, that
oppose tbe project.
In the fall of 1S68, the idea of con
structing a ship canal acquired such force
in the Congress of the United States, that
an appropriation was made to send a sur
veying expedition to the Isthmus, and the
preliminary of sending an Envoy to the
Columbian Government to arrange a
treaty for the building and management
of tbe canal. This treaty was concluded i
on terms acceptable to the United States,
but it was rejected by the Congress of
the Columbian States. Another project ,
of a treaty, we notice by late papers, has
been arranged at Bogota, but tbe terms I
offered 'by the Columbian Government !
are such as will not be accepted by the
United States. The free passage of war
vessels of the United States through the
canal is the poibt objected to by the local
Government.
A surveying expedition was sent to the
Isthmus early in 1669, consisting of the
U. S. ships Xipenc, on the Atlantic side,
and Nyack, on the Pacific side. The
surveying parties on these vessels were
ordered to explore- the route- lying be
tween the Chepo or Biganos Ttiver and
SanBLaspr bladings. Bay. The survey
ors made very little progress in penetra
ting into the interior, principally on
account of the impracticable nature of
the country, and tbe loss of two months
of the dry season, before the expedition
arrived at the Darien. The floods and
runabout the middle of Jnne, prevented
all explorations, and the expedition rc
twnedVithout having gained any practi
cal information as to the nature of the
locality. " It is not probable that any
other expedition will be sent until the
political questions have been arrranged.
Tills Chepo Jlivex route has "been very
-well explored by the zeal and tprivato
I enterprise of Mr. Kelley, in 18C4, whose
surveys have been given to the world.
The hostility of the Indians has prevented,
however, as thorough work in surveying
as has been done in other localities on the
Isthmus. Its advantages are summed up
in that it is the shortest distance between
the two oceans the whole length being
but thirty miles. On the north, it has the
admirable, spacious and deep harbor of
San Bins, and on the south, the channel
ofthe Chepo river, emptying into the
Bay of Panama. No locks are required
in the canal ; but, on the other hand, a
tunnel through the Cordilleras, seven
miles in length, is necessary. In view of
the tunnel through .Mount Cenis, of the
same length, and the still longer one
through Mount Sl Gothard, the former
noir nearly completed, such a tunnel
through the Cordilleras does' not apptar
an insurmountable obstacle.
Another ship canal route across the
Isthmus, that has attracted attention as
feasible, is that between the Gulf San
Miguel and Caledonia Bay. This was
the old Spanish route across the Isthmus,
the one over which the buccaneers
passed lrom ocean to ocean, and which,
from old Spanish records, is believed to
be of easy transit.
J)r. Cullen is the- only person who
claims, in our time, to have crossed the
Isthmus by this route, and in his book
upon the subject, he avers that' it offers
the easiest and cheapest route for the
canaL lie has crossed the Isthmus at
this point several times, and he says:
"From Port Escoeecas, , on the north, a
plain extends for nearly two miles to the
base of a ridge of hills, which runs par
allel to the coast, whose highest summit
is about 300 feet. The base of this ridge
is only two miles in width, and from its
south side a level plain extends for thirteen
miles, to a point on the Savana Hiver
called Canasas, which is about twenty
miles from its mouth. If Cullen's state
ments are reliable, a canal across this part
of the Isthmus would require no locks, and
an open cut two miles through the Cor
dilleras, of a depth uot at all difficult for
the resources of modern engineers. It
has, besides, fine and safe harbors at either
end. It is probable, that whenever the
construction of a canal is decided upon,
the route of Dr. Cullen will be thoroughly
explored. A canal on or near the route
of the present Panama Railroad, lias many
supporters ; and that section of country
cerlaiuly offers as few obstacles as any
other portion of the Isthmus.
But it appears that a cut through the
Cordilleras, on the most feasible route, is
by no means an easy job, and capitalists
may well fear, if a canal is pushed through,
whether the amount of fees upon shipping
passing through it will be sufficient to
pay interest upon the money invested. A
railroad across the Isthmus, and another
across the Continent, already give such
accommodation to Pacific commerce, as
suffices to diminish the advantages which
otherwise would be derived from a ship
canal. It is believed that a ship-railroad
across the Isthmus is more feasible than a
ship canal, and the calculations, plans
and drafts, drawn up in accordance with
such an idea, have been pronounced by
able engineers as both practicable and
available. The draft which we have
seen, propose to take up ships at Panama,
upon cradles exrpessly prepared for the
purpose, and on a railway of double
tracks, drag them across the Isthmus, to
be launched again in the Bay of Aspin
walL Ve consider the transit of ships across
the Isthmus as being a still far-distant
fact. That it may be accomplished is not
impossible, for the industry and perever
ance of man overcome the gravest ob
stacles: but in these days the question is
not, can it be done? but, will it pay? If
the Suez Canal pays of which there is
some doubt, then it may be believed
that the Darien Canal will pay, and when
that belief becomes fixed and prevalent, a
canal will be pushed through without
delay.
Tue gigantic struggle going on be
tween Prussia and France bo absorbs the
attention of the civilized world, that an
other aud'most remarkable revolution is
allowed to take place without hardly a
casual uotice a revolution, too, which is
likely to make as important a page in his
tory as any that has occurred in modern
times. "We refer to the dispossession of
the Pope of his tempora! power, an'd the
taking possession quietly, by the Italian
Government, of Rome and the States of
the Church, and making the Eternal City
the Capital of Italy.
Since 1 797, when Pius VI. was carried
a prisonerto France, the Popes have held
their temporal power by an uncertain
tenure, although lrom the time of his re
turn to Rome up to 1848, but little
occurred to disturb their authority. Dur
ing that year, the wave of revolutin,
which swept over Continental Europe
awoke the people of Rome, and Pius IX.,
the present Pope, was forced to flee to
Gaeta, and was obliged to witness the
formal' declaration by the people, that
the temporal power, to which he had been
but recently elected by the College of
Cardinals, no looger existed, and the
throne upon which his predecessors had
sat for over a thousand years, not only
declared vacant, but swept away. The
French armies, however, in 1 850, reinstat
ed the Pope at Rome, and again restored
to him the government of the States
whJch had before acknowledged him as
their Sovereign. Since 1850, as is well
known, Pius IX. has retained his temporal
power only through the influence of Xa
poleon and the power of the French
army. This is more particularly so since
the unity of .Italy under Victor Emanuel,
whose Government has longed to make
Rome once again, after the lapse of many
centuries, the Capital of Ilaly. A proud
day, indeed, it would be to the King of
Italy, when he makes "Rome the Capital
of a powerful and populous nation, and
beholds himself the ruler where once the
Cffisars governed.
It is a question whether the war be
tween France and Prussia is the only
cause of the withdrawal of the French j
troops from Rome, as the action of the !
Ecumenical Council in declaring the dog
ma of infallibility, might have induced
the Emperor, even under other circum
stances, to withdraw his troops and
leave the Holy Father to his fate, which
would certainly have been the absorption
of the States of the Church by the King
dom of Italy, with the provision now
being made for the maintenance of the
Pope, as the head of the Church, out of
the revenues of the Kingdom.
It is not for us to say what influence
the divesting the temporal power from the
Church of Rome will have upon the spir
itual influence of that Church, although
some of the most devout as well as able
Catholics of the day do not' witness the
change with regret, but on the contrary,
look upon it as the harbinger of a great
renewal of spiritual prosperity. Many
Christians hope this to be the case.
The temporal power of the Church,
which, undoubtedly by this time, has for
ever ceased by the peaceable taking pos
sesion of its territory by Victor Emanuel.
first commenced in the year 755, by the
gift of King Pepin, which was confirmed
and the Papal power enlarged by Charle
magne, iu 774. The first sovereign act of
the Popes was performed by Adrian L,
who caused money to be coined in his
name in 780. Leo X., in 1054, was the
first Pope to keep an army. It will thus
be seen that the Popes have been temporal
sovereigns for over eleven hundred years,
during a part of which time they have
been more, however, through their spir
itual than their temporal influence the
arbiters of Europe. During the height
of their power, he was a bold sovereign
indeed who would dare to neglect their
admonitions: to-day, we see their power
wrested from them and the world looking
on with almost the same indifference that
it would if some Power were taking pos
session of Easter Island instead.
AsomER of those severe thunder storms winch
occasionally visit these Islands has been experien
ced at Ilnunlcl recently. Rain had been falling dur
ing the morniriL' and about noon a heavy cloud
passed over, and for several hours a wild tempest
M)uied over 1 lie dMrict. It culminated about five
o'clock, at which time the lightening and (bunder
was almost incesjnt and sublime beyond descrip
tion. The thunder resembling at times the sharp
rattle of tmtrketry and sometimes like the heavy
detonations of artillery. Sltorlley after five, there
was a eudden and blinding thigh accompanied by a
sharp bits. At Waloli, several ladies and a Gentle
man who were standing out of doors at the time
were thrown ilolently to the ground, experiencing
tbe efleet of a powerful electric battery, as they
described it. and nt tbe same time ob-erved a bright
ball ot tire a lew feet lrom tbegruund, which paed
nlth a idow oscillating motion for scleral tards
with the bikini; r.ouud before spokeu of, lorlunatC'
ly away from the house, when It exploded with i
loud report. At Haiialci near the boat landing
stands au old uuiuliatuteil wooden house and u wire
fence lrom the hill above which connects with ucur
tier of the house. This was struck and Ibc wires
partially fused, the pools for mine distance shatter
cd and split to fragments and the elteirieily cm-muiik-Jtinir
with the building played general havoc.
Every board appeared to have been lousenid, some
beinir torn and burnt. A dog Ivini; In th house
was killed and burned. But little rain fell during
the afternoon.
EcLirsc or the Suj in Uecehbek, 1S70. As-
trimnmcrs In all jiart f the wi.rld are ui hupy in
iiiakini: their preparations lor i'bn-1 vinp the eclipse
Odin-sun in December 21 22. 1S?0. Although it
will nut tie visible in the United S'atrs, it has been
sujrircswd that some of tbe American observers of
the laI -IIpe be sent abroad for the purpose uf
taking part iu the ult-ervations of the one In ques
tion, and Collar ss has alrtadt'nppmpriated ? 20,000
to the Coast Survey lor tbe purjiose. Great pral-e
na awarded b liirrlirn physicists to the Aintrii-ati
astroiiMmers for the excellence of their, work, and
tspt chilly lor tbe remarkable pbotoiaphlc plrturta
that nerc taken, and al so many points; and it la
urtdthat t litre same gentli men, fir a selection
from them, would be admirably titled fura renewed
iuvesiipitiou of ttie kind, since their experience of
the first hcnomenou nould ena letl.tmto utilize
their time to better advantage durinir the second.
Arcordinj: to a recent writer this eclipse n ill besln
In the NiTtli Atlantic Ocean; the line of central and
total eclipse, mniiii In a Southeasterly direction,
crosses Portugal n little to the South of Lisbon:
iasinc over part of Spain and tbe Mediterranean
Sea, it enters Africa near Oran, and soon a! terward
attains Its extreme Southern limit; tbe shadow of
the union, now moving in a Northeasterly direction,
leaves Africa, and erossinir the Island of Sicily, the
South ot Turkey, the Black Sea, the Sea or Azuff,
d!s.ippcais; the enuinbra of tbe moon, decreasing
rapidly, leaves the earth nlth the setting sun iu
Arabia. The sun will be centrally and totally
eclipsed at noon in 1st. 33 OS S., long. 5 1 '5V., a lit
tle to the Northeast of Gibraltar.
The Tucfic Commercial Advtrtixr appeared on
Saturday fur the tirst time under its new manage
ment. As neanticipated the furmcrfine typograph
ical appearance of the -aper was i nlly sustained
but uh dear! the politics of tbe pa per U! There
was the chance We had to read the whole sheet
through several times, before we could convince
ourselves that It was the same old paper, printed
with tbe same types, the same beading with tbe ar
tistic cnt of Punch Bowl and the town and tbe
fleet of ships galla-ntly stemming tbe current in the
offln; all looking sn peaceful and tropically Indif
ferent to the' great questions which agitate man
kind, but which alas, notwithstanding Its outaard
appearauee, was a very fire-brand, which set the
hearts of afew of ocr people, ablaze every Saturday
morning. We of course regretted the familiar old
"pitch into" the Gazette, as it had become from
custom a mo-t pleasant amusement to read the
weekly record of our misdeeds.
Supreme Cockt. On October term of the Coort
opened on Mouda last, nilb tlx- usual legal formal
ities, Mr. Justice Bartwell presiding. The docket
Is large, a number of cases having been laid Over
from last term. The most important ease at pres
ent before tbe court is that of Blodgelt, indicted
fur perjury, In wliich a dt-merrur has been entered,
by Counsel, ouleal grounds. The argument comes
on to morrow morning, anu will be interesting, as
the best ln.il talent or our ei.v is engnged. Aside
from this case, there are no others of much irnor
tsnce to be adjudicated. Iu Raw aii nel, crimes are
Infrequent, Tor, nn the whole, we are a law-aMdinc
people. The followlne are tlnr cases disposed of so
fan Bex vs. Kt-ku furious and hredle riding,
verdict, uilty. Bex vs. Kelliona funou and herd
lrss riding. Rex vs. E. Charlton assolt and battery
tbe Attorney GcnVrU entered l cut proa."
NEW advertisements.
AN AUCTION FAIR
Will bo Hold -
On Saturday Evening, Oct'r 22d,
AT SEVEN O'CLOCK,
AT OLYMPIC HALL IN NUUANU STREET,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE GEEHAN SANITARY FUND.
The articles tn he effertd f"r sale are principally
made and contributed by tbe Ladies uf Ueruian Resi
dents, censieting of Embroidery and Needle Wurk,
Fancy Articles, etc.
The Ladies contributing to the abore, cordially in
vite the residents ef Honolulu who desire to aid them
in this charitable object, to honor them with their
presence. t9
3S ADMISSION-FTFtT CENTS. 3t
A SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION!
WILL BE CjIYEX AT
On Friday Evening, October 7th,
Consifting of some or the iUOt Brilliant Experi
ment known to Science, with
Oxjgen. lljdroen Nitrogen, no J their compounds
The Calcium Light, Xitntua Oxiilit or
Laoghins Gas. etr
TheaboTe Entertainment will te piren for the hen
efituf the KawRiahau Sabbath 5cbi'il and for thep'ir
chawuf Apparatus, by . .
J. R. KINNEY,
Principal if the Kal School.
Ad ini; ion Fifty Cent;. Children half-price. Doors
pen at Soren o'clock.
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL
MB. HAVELL
BEGS ItESKECTTUIjLY to announce,
that at the request of several f his friends, he
intends Riring a .MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.
On Thursday Evening, Oct'r 13,
On Which Occasion
A LADY PUPIL HAS KINDLY CONSENTED TO APPEAR.
The Prugnttume will consist of carefully selected
prms from the Italian nod German School, English,
Irish, Scotch and American Songs, lc.
$r The time and place, in future announcement.
BANK EXCHANGE.
TU&UNDEKSlGiVKD be? to notify the
public that tbe j have re-opened the abve wtll
known and popular Saloon, where will always be
found an assortment of the
Best Wines, Liquors and Ales,
that the market affords, and customer may be assur
ed that tbey will fiml an experienced bar-tender, and
every attention tn their comfurtf.
Mr. ANDREW J. CAHILL,
Who officiated at tbe opening nf tbis establishment
fome eight y ears ago, now at the repening, stands
ready to welcome his numerous friends and acquaint
ances.
Tbe Billiard Boom, which is tbe largest and cooleit
in the city, contains
THREE SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLES I
With all the Latest Improvements.
G. C. SIDERS. 1
Honolulu. Sept. 27. 1S70. 37-3in
DILLINGHAM & GO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
-BV THE-
STEAMER MOSES TAYLOR,
-FROM-
NEW YORK & LIVERPOOL
VIA
San Francisco,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TWINES,
Shoe Luces, Pttper Collars,
BREAKFAST, DINNER S TEA KNIVES,
SILVER PLATED FORKS & TEA KNIVES,
Sliver Plated Table Spoons, -
Silver Plated Desert & Tea Spoons,
A Large Assortment of Pocket Cutlery,
AND
A Full Assortment of Shears and Scissors,
Hutclicr KniTCM, lf, 5, 6, 8, 10, 12 & 14 in.,
IlraMx Screw IuIIIe,
SnnlUe, Pclliam Jc Port Hits, rein web.
Copper .lVirc-CIolh, line mesh,
Brass Butts, Chest Locks,
Gnm Shellac," etc.
Single-Barrel Guns,
Double-Barrel Guns,
SUITABLE FOR TBADE.' '
Percussion Caps, Eifles,
Pistols, Cartridges1
Chain, &c
KEROSENE OIL!
Kerosene Lamps and
KcroKene lanterns.
HabbucVa Pore White Lead and Zisc, V-
' - i , v '
Uobbock's Best Boiled Linseed Oil.
byam:seight caed matches,
RUBBER HOSE., i, 1, 1 a i inch.
BOX CHISELS. COLD CHISELS
CHAIN PUNCHES, '
NAIL SETS,
Caulking Irons & Ship's Scrapers,
all of wnicn
TOGETHER WITH THEIR. OTHER STt0CK,
-r-TTlLL BE SOLD
At the Lowest Market Rates,
7 WITH
A Liberal Discount to the Traae.
S3 ' . ' 1m '
R1
HINE WINE and CLARET,
For Sale br -
18-3sa " H. HACKFELD A CO.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS-
JUST RECEIVER!
EX HAWAIIAN BARK "R. C.WYLIE,"
SPLENDID LOT OF CIGARS !
FOU. SATiTl BY
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen & Nuuanu Streets.
TEA DEALER, COFFEE ROASTER,
AND
PROVISION MERCHANT!
HAS NOW LANDING
FROM THE
Haw. Bark "R. C. WYLIE,"
An Assortment of Fresh
EUROPEAN GROCERIES!
CONSISTING OF
Superior Westphalia Hams,
Crushed Sugar in half-barrels,
Case Loaf Sugar. Sultana Raisins in jars,
Patras Currants in jars,
Morton's Assorted Jams,
Citron, Lomon and Orange Peel,
Battjr's PicLlea in ease or Z doten each,
Battjr's Pie Fruits in costs or 2 dozen each,
French 1'eaa au nalurel,
French Pales, French Capers,
French Olires and Plums,
English Herbs,
English Mustard & Ground Pepper
Lea and Perrin'a Sauce, Sojer's Itelish,
: Smoked Herrings in tins.
Cud Rues and
Tins of Superior English Cheese,
ON HAND AND
Por Solo cct BO IPoirt Stroot
38 It
Just Received,
Per B'k Stifling, from Kew York!
QAA CASES KEIlOSENi: OIL,
OUU 7S cases Fresh Plug Tobacco, .
Fr sale at reasonable rates, at
38-lm F, A. SC1IAEFER 4 CO'S.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
t STEA3I EKGIXES,, Sogsr 3IIU,
L Itnllera, Coultra. lion. Disss and Letul (a.tluiS.
Machinery of Every Description,
S- Hade (o Orilcr. u3
Particular attention paid to Ship's BlaekiraitMng.
ja- JOB W0UK exer uted ou the sliortes notice. 35lj
FLINT, PEABODY & Co.,
SHI. PING AND
Commission Merchants,
AND AGENTS OF
PACIFIC BARBEL AND KEG COMPANY.
Are prepared to furnish Keg aud Bieeil gifyt in, any
quantity required, and respectfully solicit cun4ignDiuts of
sxtga and l.liud Prudnce. '
. -scraa TO-
Mfsr Bishop t Co
MtMts II llactfrlit i Co .
.Mf,sr Castle t Cjke
Jle.,l. Walker 1 Allen
. .Hnnololn.
..:!!otiilola
..Honolulu.
...Uonulala.
O KPICKl
No. 4 h California Stiet, Sat FramUco.
RimmeFs Choice Perfumery
Pattonized by
all the World!
RIMMEL'S IIILAXa-IllLANO, VANDA, IIEX
na, Jockej Club. Frangipane, and other er
rumes or exquisite fragrnuce.
HI.MMEL'iS Larendar Water, distilled from Mit
cham flowers.
Riinmrl's Toilet Vinegar, celebrated tor its u:eful
and i-anitary properties.
Ritnmel'a Extract or Lime Juice and Glrcerine, the
best preparation Tor the hair, especially in warm cli
mates. Kiminel's Dugong Oil Soap, perfumed with Austra
lian Eucaljptus.
Rimmel's Glycerine, Honey, Windsor and other
Toilet Soaps.
Iiimmel's Rose Water, Costume and Floral Crack
ers, verj amusing ror halls and parties.
Biininel's Violet, Rose-leaf, Rice, and other Toilet
Pnwders.
A liberal allowance t shippers.
EUGENE RIMMEL.
Perfumer to II It II the Priuies of Halra, SO, Srrand,
1S8. Repent Moet, and it Comhlll, London;
17. UouleTurd de, Itallcns, Paris, and 76, King's
l'.oad Brighton.
T- Sold Itjr all Perfn - ery Vendor,. (3T-ly)
THOS. C. THRUM'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL,
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
circulatTnglibrary!
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Black A Auld'a late Slaod. '
THE ADVERTISER baring purchased the Interest
or Messrs. 11LACK A XUI.D in the Stationsry. News
and Periodical Business, will continue tbe same and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap. Legal-cap, Letter.
Note and Billet, and Harpers' Enrelope,
Account-current anil Bill Paper,
Cloth-lined. Vellutu. White, Blue,
BulT and Canary Enrelopes,
Blaclc, Copying and Writing, Violet, Biuer
Carmine and Sympathetic Ink. Pens and
Holders. Inkstands A Pencils in. tariety,
Files eap and letter slie. Letter dtps. " '
Paper Fastener, Rubber, Erasers, Buleri,
Penracks. Red Tape.' Rubber Bands.
Sealing Wax. Notarial Sejls, le.
lllank IJooIfR, I.t-der-., Jotiranlis,
Day, Cash, Kecrd and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log. Receipt and Note Books,
Penn'a Letter Book:, with ink,
. : ; ' ' t Brew Copying Books,
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Board,
- .Bristol Boads. Water Colors, Deminnes,
Chess and BackgaoiuiM Hoards.
Star Medicated Paxr, ie.
To the abate, with a large Soppiy or
ARERICftH & ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY HAIL
-, -if
will abortly be expected, a roll and complete ass't ol
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
uf celebrated makers.
T2xo Cljccri rlntlng Xalloirrvry
Js Will contain Standard W. rk, 4 Fiction, aod
Xew-Cowka-Jsili h added hy-asery-Sieamer.- - -J.
F. Smith's. Diokens'-. Bu:weri.,D'Israeli's,
Eugene Sue's, "Wilkie Collins' Marryatt'a,
Mist braddon's. Mrs. Henry Wwd'i.
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, MisMulhaeh'.Thackaray',
. Mr. Orey's Victor Hugo's, T. 6. Arthur',
Pierce Kagan'j. and others are now on hand.
BY THE NEXT STEAMER will be added
Anthony Tr Hope's, Amelia B. Edwards',
An ne Th una'. Mrs. Oiiphant, Deo. Elliot's,
Mr Stephens'. Chat. Lerer's. Mis. Mullock's
Cba. Read's, and Mrs. S-nthwortl i'a, together
with all the Lats-st Nurels. . ,
EJiGRJlVlKS, CWJGRiFHT, STENCIL CUTTUiS I CflfTWG,
will still be attended to.
Thankful ror pa"t raTori, thr adrertiscr hopes, by
strict iUeo"io 'tn basitMf.s" and' the wntf?rK3at
rons, to'meet with aenlinuaqee of th'e same.
stgjrA ordera Yrpm the Country anufube: other
Islands, promptly attended tn, at the lowest rate,.
in.noTuta. Sept 27th. lS70.-37.etn
El
EMP CAtVVAS and DUCK, ' '
.For Sale by
3m D. HACKFELD & CO.
N KW A DT ERTISEM I-.NTS.
I? Notice to Creditors.
Estate ol EDWARD BURGESS, deceased.
NOTICE U hereby given by the under
signed! Administrator jamais Abtntia ot the
abore'named Estate, to tbe Creditors or, and all per
sons baring claims against said deceased, to exhibit
the same, duly authenticated and with necessary
Touchers, whether secured by mortgage or otherwise,
within SIX" MOSTHS ironl the Brst publication' of
tbie notice to tbe underi.gned at b!s office on Queen
Street, at tbe foil -T Kaahnmano .treetin Honolulu.
Alex i. cartwkight,
Adinuukt.alor Darynle AiinMia
JS-tt. Estate or E. Burgess, deceased.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
Br.F'illE the Honorable A. S. nARTWELL.
t- ir.-t Associate Justice or the Supreme Court and
Vice Chancellor.
JOHN S. WALKER. Executor or the last will and
Te'tainent of GEORGE 0. HOWE, deceased rs
LEONARD MITCHELL.- and KAM0KUALEI his
wire. Bill in Equity foreclosure or Mortgage.
. iPursuant tn an fnler this day made In the abore
entitled suit by the Hon. A. S. Hartwell First Assi
ciate Justice or the Supreme Court and Vice Chancel
lor or tbe Hawaiian Island. Notice is hereby given
that a bill in Equity has this day been filed in-the
above entitled suit praying ror the Foreclosure br a
Mortgage executed by Leonard Mitchell and Kamo
kujlei his wife. and delivered to George p. Howe (de
ceased) said Mortgage bearing date tbe 9th day ur
r-eptetnlier A. D. 1S65, and given to secure a promis
ory note payable in six mouths from the data arore
said with intere't at tbe rate or one percent per
mnth, on tbe land and premises, ilescribei as the
Undivided halt or a certain piece or land situated at
Keoneula, Honolulu, Island of Oahu H.I. and granted
to Kabeuantna for Lupe by Royal Patent No 4123
dated tbe 7th day or April A. D. 135a, and more fully
de. cribed in a certain deed dated July 8th 1829. As
by rererence thereto a mora fall description will ap
pear. And that the day of hearing raid bill has been
fixed by tbe Hon. A. S. Hartwell, Vice Chancellor, fur
Monday the 24th day or October A. D. 1S70, at 10
o'clock A. v. at the Court room in the Court House,
at Honolulu and all persons interested are hereby no
tified to appear and show eause iT any against the
prayer of tbe Bill on or before the day assigned and
fixed lor the hearing.
38 .It W.C. PARKE. ManhL
PACKET LINES.
STEAM TO HILO.
STEAMER KILAUEA!
Will Loavo Honolulu
On Monday, Oct. lOtli, at 4:30 P. M.,
For the above Port, touching both ways at
l.uliaiiisi, 31milcu Ittiy,
.Tlulicun, Ittatrnilinc,
mill llonolpu.
Should sufficient inducement ofTer this trip, the
Steamer wit! remain at Hilu a sufficient time to enable
passengers to visit the Volcano and return tu Hono
lulu. Those desirous ur securing passage or rreight,
will please apply immediately to
37-2t C. n. JUDD, Agent.
REGULAR DISPATCH LINE.
For San Francisco,
The Fine Clipper Bark
CO JUL E3 "X ,
FULLER, .... Master,
Will be laid nn the rnnte about Sept. 20th. to load
with dispatcli ror San Fran isco. Freights will be
received on the wharf or at the warehouse or the un
dersigned. Liberal advances made on merchandise.
C. BREWER A CO., Agents,
.1.1 Market Wharf.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE.
For San. Francisco.
The A 1 Packet Bark
D. C. MURRAY,
X. T. I1EXNETT, .... Mtfster.
Will be due vn r about tbe th of October, aod
will sail fnr tbe abore port on ur ahrmt tbe
20tlx of October.
Fnr freiL.bttr pitdiue, b-iriog superior a ceo mm o-
dafti-tis for cabin and alee rape pareoerd apply to
37 WALKER A ALLEX, Agents.
STEAM TQ AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
ISD T1'" California, fittr Zealand
'Mfi nu autrailau .11 all Line of
Sleain Packets.
The Splendid Steamships
WONCA WONCA,
14S0 toil
.Stewart, Corn's-,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
1200 tone T. Grainger, Com'r,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and tbe abore
ports, connecting at Honolulu with the North Pacific
Transportation Co's Steamers.
AGX-ITS AT
IIoxolulc. W. L. GREEN.
AccicLAsn ....CRUICKSHAXK. SMART A CO.
Srnsir ..H.'ir. 11 A LI, j TJ. S. Consul.
.1m
CHA8. BREWER & CO'S LINE.
For New B edfo rd.
The rollowing Vessels will leave this Fall for
NeW Bedford :
M IOLANI,
ROPES, - - . Ma.ler,
FOLLOWED BY
The American Clipper Shin
i 0 E3I,033-, iSi
WOODS, - Master,
FOLLOWED BY . .
The American Clipper Bark
BHATSWELL, - ... Master.
C. BREWER i. CO., Agents,
P3! Market Wharf. .
'1'Iie .Viirtli I'll cl fie Truuaporlutlou
,'iiiipunj-
SAN rRANCISCq&JiONOLULU LINE'
?SpW1A The Cim)aoy'( Splendid Steamship
MOSES TAYLOR,
R. S. FLOYD, ' . . . Commander,
Will I.ciiTe Nan Fmuclnco
On or about . . October lOlh
"IV1II. I.caTc IIoiiuIhIu
Ogjflr. about . , .. . Oetober 2tb
-JFreiht foi San Franeieu will be reeeived-at the
Stekuer'a Warchasei and' receipts for the ' same,
;irerr by the nndersirned. .So? charge. .(t :srsr;e
r .artace. Fire Euks in AVarehoute, not takan by
the Company. ' ' .
Liberal Adfancei Made on all Shlp
mentw per hlcnrner.
In'trrance guaranteed at Lower Rales than by Bail
nR Vessels. Particular ears taken r Shipment! ut
FruiL
All orders for Goods to he purchased In San Fran
eiseo will be reeeirerLand filled by return .f Steamer.
ShiumentaTrora, Europe and lb tfnijedtates,
.utenilediftr lhese-Isfand!. will be reeeifedhy tbe
Company fn San Francucoi il eoniigned to them, and
be rorwarded.la their teajnera. to Ilonolnln, Free
or CnAP.oet except aetuAl outlay'. ' ' '
arasienser are reouestsxl to take Ibeii tickets
before 12 o'clock on the. day or sailing, and to pro
cure their Passports.
j-All. Bills against tbe Steamer must be pre
sentel before two o'clock on the day of jalllne, Ut
they -will hare W lay orer till' the 'retort or Aoe
steamer Tor settlement.
t-3m"' Tf. HACKFELD A CO . A,. i.
KX teeh.eirCiKXLIB.and for .fie by "
33 H. HACKf XLD A CO.
LEGAL NOTICES.
SLTHEJJE COURT of the Hawaiian I .lands.
Id Probate. Id the mMter'M the aiioor clUJrrn of
U1LUAH MoruX deceased met. . lure -Mri JiOfe.
llartwrll. Iu Chambers. order of notice of sttlamwtif
QiurdUti's aeountand discharge of Guardian. . , .
Pn reading and filing tbT"tlotr W S. t. Cassia, to k.
dbcbaraid lrom hla trust aa Guardian bj lia wUt, of U us.
uor chlUrenbf WlUlaa Slorse. deceased tsstata, and Oath!
account aa such Guardian may be allowed. It Is hereby co
dered that TRIDAT, tb ass day ef October, A. P. 1ST0. at
10 a. a. at tfca Oourt Boom of th Court House to ItcovtaK
be. and tie same hereby Is appointed as the time and dace
CiT bearing tb ald petition, when II concerned may appear
and show cause; If aoy tbey haee. whylhe ana sbooJJ not
begrimed. This order l to t-e publUbfld fcr tbreesoreels)
weeks In tbe OoTemmeDt Oaxsm vreTfona said bearlag.
ALJCK-JI-. UARTtThLL.
Justice hoprtaa Court.
Attest: L. McCrtXT; Clerfc
Dated ll.'ooluiu, Sept. V, 1S70. !-.
SLI'ltEJin COURT.-In BanUrnptey. In tha
Matter uf the Bankruptcy of 3. M. CAUT13, Tolaa
tare Bankrupt.
Notice is hereby rlren to tba Credliors of this little who
hire rroTen their claims and who are entitled t Tote, that
tl.t election lor A-siftiee la Baukrortcy will bald la tea
Oik'aofflcavf the iopreme Coort at JO a'tUck A. on,
TllCluPAT, the 13tb day of October. A. D. 1STK
rjenuty Clerk Suprema Court.
Pated Ilouoluro, Oct. 3d. 1370.
SUPREME COCKT ofttae Ilawallan Islands,
Id tlx, matter, t tbeKstntaof ller late UaJoty Qneea
Duwaarr, II. K. KapakuaMlf, befura Mr. Justice tTkleaxus,
la rrf.tate.
On readiagcand filins; tbe retl'tou of CIIARLES KAKAIXA.
tbe nearest of kin ' f sard deceased dil lateataU la Uoaolala
on tbe -Juth dsy of September, A. P. 1ST0. and prayli c that
ChM. II. Jndd may be appointed AdmlnUtrator "f said Kstata.
It is hereby ordered, that Thursday the 13th day of October
neat, be (UedCT tbebearincef said petition, at 10 o'clock:
A.!., before tba lion. II. A. Wtdenvwn. Justka aa alKrnid.
t the Court Hons, i n the City of Honolulu, arid that pibtl
catin tberrvf be made ijr at least three sueceMlr wtets. In
the lliwilua 0xitii aadAu Okoa, newspapers fsbluhad
in wid Uoooluls, previous to said bearlui;.
II. A. WIPEMAXJf.
Asaoelale Justice Suprcase Court,
Attest: WALTER R. SEAL, PeputyCIerk.
Paled at Honolulu tbia Sth day of Sept, A. P. 1370. 3T-
STJl'ttK.'t.'E Court ..f thr UawalUx lalaHds.
In Chambers. In the matter of the KsUta uf AMS
KLUIIOOKALOLB KAPAAKKA, daceamL Betbr Sir.
Justice t Idenwun. In Chutnbera.
On renUiog and filliiir the petit loo of Joba O, Dosolak, Ad
miuistratur of the Estate ol Ane Keohookakjle Ivapaakea,
deceased, that bis float want aa sueb Administrator may
be allowed, and that bo may ba dlscharaed fnan nlJ trntt.
It iaudered by the Court, that TllCHSDAT, tha 6th day
of October. A, b, IS70, at 10 o'clock la tha Soreaoiai. bo and
tbe saraa hereby la appointed tor heartne: the said petition be
fore the said Justice at his Chamber tn Honolulu, al waico
time aod place all peisona Interested raay appsnr aad shw
cause. If any tbey base, why the same shld not b granted,
and that notice thereof l given by publieatwn of thia order
In the Au Oaoi and llawaiua Oizrrra nawspapera, foe tbrea
consecutlTe Weeks preeiona to said bearioc.
II. A. IDEMAN.V.
Associate Justice of th buprem Court.
Attest: W. R. SajL, Deputy Clerk.
Date.1 llonolulu.-yept. 13. 1ST0. ?.
NOTICE. In the matter of the Estate
of OKORUE EBEKTS, dereaeed.
Tbe undersigned liaslog been apradoted Administrator o
the abos Estate, all persona are hereby notified to present
their rlairus, at the ot9c of th underkigued, la llila,, witbla
three months from the poblieatlon of this Entice; aod all
persons in possession .if property belonging to said Estate ar
notified to account for th sam wtth-HU delay.
J. II. CONKT, Ari-ulDbtrator.
Hilo. July 13. 1870. -Sm!
TT EOAL NOTICE In th matter of th Esuuot
JLi THOMAS SIIIKL.
lroper application baring been mad to th Honorable A.
J. Lawrence, Circuit Jutlga of th Second Judicial Circuit by
Henry Dickinson, Sen'r. Letters if AdmlnUtnttluu upon
the brat of Thomas Shiel, lata deceased lotestate, smile U
berebr given to all whom It may concern, that MOXPAT,
tbe 21th day or October, 1570, at 10 o'clwk In th Hfraouo.
i-i a day and hour appointed by me for hearing th applica
tion for Letters or Administration aforesaid and all objections
that may be. oflered thereto, at th Court llwos In th town
or Lahaiua, Maui, U. I.
A. J. LAWRK.NCE,
areult Judg of aid JndlcUl Qrcuit, II. I.
Lahalna. Maui. August 6th. 1670. 30-llt
"IPaTOTICE. In she matter of the Estate o
a. I'. KOKO. deceued, late of North Kohala, HawalL
Proper application bavlng been made to tbe undersigned
by tViUUm Merseburgh. for hlsdiscbarg from th duties and
responsibilities as administrator to the above nanied Estat,
therefore, notice is hereby given to all whom It may conrvru,
that Weduesdiiy, October Kth. at 10 o'chek a. is., la th day
aod h"ur appointed far tbe bearing la th anid matter, and of
any t.-jectt6ns thvt may be made toiuid dlscbarg being gran
ted, at ruohuc, Sorts Kohala, Hawaii.
CHARLES fREDCRICK HART.
S. Kona Hawaii, Sept. 7 ls,a 37 Circuit Judge, 3d J. D.
NOTICE In the matter of the Ealate of
OILI SIM MUSS.
Proper application having been made to th undersigned by
J, A. tflmm'tns, for tetters f administration upon tb Estat
of OILI SIMMONS, deceased, 1 it of Hamakua island llawaiL
Notice Js hertbj given to alt whom It may concern, that Mon
day, Otober 31st 1T0, at 9 o'clock a. j Is th day and
boor appointed for hearing the said matter, and all bjertkma
that may be made to granting said letter of administration,
at tbe Coust House, in Waimea, South Kohala, Hawaii.
CHARLES FREDERICK HART.
8. Rons Hawaii, Sept. 7. 1870. 37 Circuit Judg. ZA J. P.
IX the Matter ot the Estate of FREDRICK
IIEI.VMAM.
Pn-prr application baring been made to the undersigned,
by FRANCIS SPLNCER. for bis discharge fr..m th repoo
sibilitles aa administrator to tbe above named fjtsle; there
fore, notice is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that
MONDAY, October 31st, 1S70, at 10 rckek 1. M., Is tbe day
and hour appointed for the hearing in lb said matter, and of
any objections that may bo mad to said discbarg blog
granted, at the Court Uous in Waimea, 8. Kohala, HawalL
CHARLES FREDERICK HART,
Clr. Judge, 3d Jo J. Circuit.
3. Kona, Hawaii, Sept. 8th, 167a 37-tt
IX thr Matter or the applications for th
proof of the III of KAMALA.M AlLALO(k)
Pror application having beinmade to tbe undersigned,
by II. CHRISTIANSEN, that a day b appointed for th prov
ing f the Will of Kamalamallalo k) deceaaed, laU of Pua
Lra, Kohala. Hawaii; natlca'la hereby given toall whom It
mayci ncern, that WEDNESDAY, October atn, 1S70. at 10
or! ck A x.. Is the day aod boor appointed for thr bearing
f the pnr of Ml,! will, and all objections that may be ci
te ltd tbeteto, at Pnuhue, .V Kohala, Hawaii.
CIIARLES FKFDERICK HART,
Clr. Judge, 3d Jud. Circuit
8. Kona, Hawaii, Sept 7th, 1S70. J7-
NOTICE!
ALL persona having any claimi against
the Estate or the late John Watson, are reques
ted to present tbe same tu the undersigned, and all
peron indebted to the said Estate will make imme
diate payment to
W. C. PARKE,
Attorney in fact for the Heirs
Honolulu. Sept. tb. 1S70. ."U-lm
Australaisan Steam Navgiation Co
TUE UNDEHSiGNKD having
been appointed the A rents f the AU.H.
WTRALASIAN STEAM NAVIDATIO.V
Co. at Honolulu, tbe Company will not be responsible.
for any debts contracted on account of their vesisls,
the Wonga Wonga,'er "City of Melbourne," with
out their written authority.
-lm C. BREWER i Co.
ForSale or Charter,
THE IRON PADDLE
Stoamslilp MEa. 3Pa.torBioxi.
32S tons s. r., 21 tons register, Oseillatlne eneinea
3. n. p. 120. Speed makes the passage from New
castle wharf to Sydney wharf (67 andZ-Sth a ller) In.
n nours. in nne weatner. Arerage ipeel under steam
only 10 knots. Cuntumrtionofeoalrerdar.20tina :
coal in Luokers, 90 ton-. Carries 1100 bags uf mail
under Hatches. IJralt of water 0 It light, 7 ft 6 ia
loaded. Uuod passenger accommodation in saloon
and fire-cabiai Full tsrrasei-going eertliScatein rr.
r or tnrther particulars apply to tb MANAGER Id.
B. N S. N. Co.. Sydoey. 57-
G0TT MIT TJNS.
DIE AUF 11E.V SA.NOH'ICU I5SELJT
anwesendenDcuttcben werden bterJureb benaeh
richtizt dass im Konsnlate des N'orddaorahan
Bubdes Listen xu Reftraegen fuer di VerpSegung
Verwondeter nnd inr Vntentuettung dsr Wlttwsn
und Waii en gefallener deotseher Kriegsr, xar Zeich
nung ansgelegt llnda
,-pcfere deutichen Rrueder in der Helraath eprera
Out und Blut sur Vertheidigung TstrrlaenJilcben
Rodeos und deutscber Ehre 1 AUen-biesigcs deutsehen
Patrioteo wird bierdureb ebenfsilj Gelegtnheit gee
ben ihre Sympathie Iter DeuUcblandi gsrechte Sachs)
durch die That iu hekraeftiger. ' ' '
' Helft raach und naeb Kraeften. -Honolulu.
12 Augusts 1870. 31-tf
PIEE-W00D!
i .
HA VIN (; made nnaDgemenls for regular
suppLea of the very heat- -quality of F.rawood,
from Hawaii and Kauai, we offer the same for sale ia
quantities, and at prices to sail coitiJmers.
3H-2m- D0W8ETT CO.
LOST!
OX Snnday raorrjiBg last, a fine aingiBf
and rciTiamo Canary bird. It js marked with
dark spots on the taek"o'r the neck and" cn'tbo tips of
its wlnrjs. ' Any person returning the tarn trttbo
P' tt Office, wilt be liberally rewarded.- 38-
Por Sale!
BEST WALLSEND STEAM HOUSE COAL,
Also a lot orsecond'band Fire'Brieks. . Apply ta
-Aril2gtb,470. IS-tf W. L. GREEN.
SllOtlOROAfc BOATSi" "
For Coasters' nse. Also A LONO BOAT-Uak.--Fort8albT
.',. :-,tl
18-3-m" - n. HACKFELD CO.'
DKtSsikyiK) HEATS. r'-
Xv- Bert Boaiosi and California, SfsjsX ad SoiftJ
For sale by (12) E8LLBSA'CO.
IeK'i!vLh-A 2-Mat rnmUrcirrimir.
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