MXfMLV. OCTOBEH i. 1S70.
hat mm we bare to note tbe arrival of
aaa fsawai aa Franeisa, with a ft.il
r HUrm; ike Am ljrk SUrliarg jfraui
Taw, wwi'ceAe. e t A. WBhsms t.Col the
fcark K C. Wyllie. from Bremen, with a
aaai the hut fnata B. Fay, from Val-
ssaseer charter fas' the guairjr Islands.
4 "Wakser offered at auction, lift week, a
e 4' goo4. iff rtaliens from tbe
nVe igeaii wn ta ac areer, aaa
the Kvt favorable tei, hot rbe
are But awea svs to justify daplieattfig
Carina vr laasiillalnai, tbis fa'l, from the Coast,
W aaamsaal vr tfcaae of (waer yean, no we of
tfc glllfca 4 ajr If Ml, tUi year, wjt.
BMf atrart af rureear years. Tbi is, jetjaffc.
flat taat that there is a Jaaaieg eeT re a eer-
tej eiaaa f J a af4j lry (raoda. With a fair
MaltI, setaiaeA-aacpart aet to he esatra "heal,
at the hafhaarac " awxt year.
; rn la the 6 n Islands, awl
i Kavaa. askiie;. i
The Fthl AUaa M ail this fall for New Bedford.
Ike Geaaet wan fail far Sao Franoisea ike eoroinj:
Ike It. C- 3SmaI wal he doe en the 8th.
li'il ieaw asaajarattre Matetnent f export for
C - least aaa iJ. piaaaurf by W. P. Allen,
Baa- C B .iaar teral. Tfce apparent falling off in
aheaahitef aswet, aU be ares tabe no aceennt of
the VB aa tWeakta aauttteta. rather than frem our
aaaaal el mm m 1 i af esaajrte :
pout or ito."Li;i,ir.
Jaa. Ji JlJ aa Bthaa Allaa. Saww, from Eu Fnnelsca
iaH V MaVi. fim y.nt
Mar"Mrnrek. Iron MjW.t.
Aa ajif fruk Mat, Smitj, 21 (Uji to San Fran-
r Faarr Qana. fttaa Kaaat.
1 ear fcxatv ri. Inn M.ol.
An he SterMac, Hc,154 ixjt from Ktw'ork.
er aM, tm HavaiL
fahrMatj JeVa. lea ML
r f-tar Maaaaaawat, from Masl.
H. a K. C IVjae, UahMcan, US daja from
A at ht Ftae R. Far, lUeMns, fren Talparaiaa
t.tf WMh.law Kuan- ,
4 -arhi Ka M, fraaa Maai.
faar Harr. fw. KaaaL
iafcr Jha Yaaae, frea KanaL
StTS5-5fcreteMrt4a.f-r.MaIiL 3 ,
Soar Ka jM. hr MaaL
eaar W itatili. tor HaaaH.
ahr raaaat, (a-Ha aH.
BrearOa)rCAIeaerae, Oraingw, for Auckland
Star Kaiar&t Fright, far EeaUn.
ar Ua. fcr WaUloa.
-faar Rhu. f Mil
eehr liaay, lar KaaaL
aar Warwlea, far Metacal.
taair WataatTfar M.ri
Oct. x flaw hetf Kajechaeea T., RicVmin, for Qnano It.
Aai aal Fraak FKet, JtmUy, Uc Guano la.
r. S. & cmw. Sieara, fr JIHwaj Ii.
aarl)nl&HaU'ManL ' --MaOlitV
Mctraa. far ManL
aohr Hattia far KasaL
aar Laaa. Jbr Ka.aH.
rehr AOKa. (or ll.aalL
hoar SUnaaaaaat. Ur Mini.
Mrr altaa, tarMaai.
ear liua. fa- VCaUma.
Far Aaeataaa,a44atXaJr CSlx of Mflbournt, Srpt 2S :
H tWarAaaMSrtTe. H oMaa. Vr ltmlrt, Chaoc Nee Foo
al laam, MrOtbar. ana M la traulu from :-aa Franciaoo.
Iraai aaa Fraaakeo. er Ethan Allea. tpt SI J Sllra, J
FaAra, lan FarW, Mn Martfauar and i ebildran, J noa, A
laawaa, Hra M aad tocchUdreo. Aliifllra and child,
Jtaa laaaan a. S R BaHj, T Loe.
Far Baaar !.. par rraak riiat, tf 99 Capt Wratttrbw,
Maaa, per Kaaaaaaaeaa V, Octl Dan'l Ljon.
tar It C WjHe, Oct S Ilcrwann Kramer.
31ta.no UA.M) i 31.
X C. Wwha. tta aays fraaa BreaHe. IK daya from the Lit
aia Iks Jk. C- Uyttt Uft rrmea the 10th of May, left the
BraaahCtetHHt eh ' af May; created the tins in 2S, 5W
aaneteaac, the 3M of Jaae, 44 asya out frum Btemen;
ham taat L- aad a L. bad 41 dais, rund no S E trade
waai as al ht 4 slays rweer Ca M- Augutine, wind atealy
rsaaaMlraait,laUie Atlantic to 50 S. L anj 19 W. L.
la ate XaatSc, bad K eaya, tmid the wind Irani. W-toNN W
hhaarkg hard hat not eaM. tram 50 S to the Pacific, had 31
Sajv tat pis first Jraae wind la IS S, t01 then, had always
XJTT arrdKO; wicit, troa tb Uoa.to Uonololu 17 daja. In
Ifay. L. aad W. L. axperiaacrdacicloaa. to three daya; the
rst hard wrada came frean Wait, drawing rradually to the
eta, asd Saallr to East ane ENE; ths hardest wind came
trees StT; ras batxa the wlzd to gt out of the horriana's
rears, act were aooa ceciaUed to hears to, on account cf the
arrcer haaaaxaea, braakloc orer ths .ship from all sides.
Tat part af the cteleoe appear ad to go to the Sont h Weat-ard.
Oa tar jaah of Sesitaaibar. tbeatona abated, the wind from
SCekawiag agaw t tb Sooth , on the Uth, 25th, and the
3atb, ttraljird centiQOaily, mostly it came aowa latorreats.
Master of the R. C Wylla.
tTiara twnral by Captala Harding, of the Bark Sterling,
witb tbe Mswiag report of the late gale, experienced by that
TisMilcaT these lalairds, which was e&coantared by ths rtmr
Oty ef MaJboBroe, R. B kl. S. . Slngdats. and the R. C
Writs, ana all OCT caaatera which happened to beataeadur
Ixc the ttorm: The Sterling, on Friday the 20th of Sept e
ejKTrtsrod a eerere Sooth West gale la losgtitmte 144 West,
whieh coatiaiied aS bears, and waa aapplemented by a severe
gale iroaa tkeNcrth East, which contiooed firejdaysJhe sea
la the Baeaa tit&e being extremely heavy. The weather dur
lagahe tlaae Mag ao.UVt, that nothing coold beseen'ex
cept at a very short shetance from the ahlp. On the 23lh
heanrver. after the SAsth East gale, the portion .f the ship
waa taaad tabe aaaaty-flre miles X. t, of the Ialand of Mani,
ssaxy all ctTttie aaOs Zuvischeca Carrisdaway, Inrlmllni
II Ul.-tJi l.'f
II fc Ijil c
travail, fopeallant saiU and cnnn, the cficrrs and crew
brtnr, nearl exkanatrd, m ol.llfM to bnl 'Ijjrtbe wind"
to Ike northward to Ixnd !! The N. . gale rominK on,
dW.Tr"tlie fhlp Into the Hnlital Channel, 'itf5re rnfflcTent
n oonVd te heat. Finding that all hnndi wrre to rnnch ex
liarHted thatT'WM Imlir,hlr t'miRe'roQcient aail the
Caiitain thought' it expedient to aifthur Bhcertle Ire f liulo
kal, which he did about 10 ndlel to the leeward of Kannaaa
haL llarintooe onahwre at Kannakakai, .hafUtanaud
found pipt. E. C Fonniain, who wa able to dlot the rta
tertonenuln!n, where' the arriredon the erenlog tf Frifiar
the Sttb isit. During the galea, the head of the foreman,
the main top-gftllantmaat and JtbUiooi were eprucg. Xew
oaea will hae to I aapplied befjre the Trttel can palelj ren
pyw taaea again. It UjBeldom tliatucb fTari, galea are felt
tn thiafartof the Pacific Oceaa in fact, we d" notreultecx
t'i hare heard of to eerere a gale erer known bef.iro lir the
utdiat narlaaton here, whoae experieoee dates back at bet,
a hair a century.
For Aarklaud and dner per Citjf eUIelbonrne, SejitK.
4Slfne.r, H 2St.Mi
6.911 Werehandiee In tran'ita tr.m
. f s tWiSaa Fnuicieco, pkgi
' Ha1oei)ome,tlc pr.rice1, V tlS"lT4 32
Taloe 'orelgn produce, MS SO
(The abore foreign Taloe d t not Include mdne transhirped.)
FwrHaaao lalandper Kamehanreha'T October lit."
Itaga bale llPntati'ee. k 00
DeeV;kM 4)jPaiai. hbli 59
Ibeaj-rell blltaiL.bhl -. -, n-al
ttd-ge,".il SEke,)h S'ZS.tOO
fVaaieinirtic produce, fliV) 03
Talne fimgii prodore ' . L 477. 12 w i.
Faea Dinrl, per R.C. Wjlie, Oct. M.-
RaekK are. pgl
Church Ornaments, cs
Co, ka, caLa
D'ORS c c
Dry Goods, tkkgs
Fencing Wire, caka
Oiatwa're, pkga '
0j Private Lffrrts, pkga
Sell2ei .Water, caka ,
febooka, (oil) Mil
. " . hda a bus caks '
CD fplkea. ken
1S4 c-pirila I
Brail dv cs
Giu, ca -Gin.
a MUVJrj. ca
40 Slcim Uoiler,
l- Steam boiler tubes, . .
cteel vt arc, cs
1 1 allow Hare, caka
iron, una. .
. - . alraJUIll l
Lead Pipe, pku
Machine, y. pkga
' MOJbCjra'r ca
IS Port, ca ,
1 Champagne, cs
20l Sherry, ca
60j Sundry, ca
171suodry hh'ls a caka
Ccspec Mdie, pkga
FOM SiK FE1.TC13C0, per Ethan Allen, Sept. 28th.
;C7bpats, aks, ,
BranlaV. i '
Fl.wr. I.f ska
Flour or aka
I laws, pkga
Hay, ton '
Ox lloas, ca
, r . .4
I'eacl4ea,' (dried) aka, , ., i .1
- TClilosinjbWa f 75
' " R?aiI ,i,A.. on
2,142. stores. ' '
109 Stole Furniture, pkga
2 Syrnp, bbl . 4
1 Twnbatones, cs
10 rinegir, bbla
650 licit, aka
13jLTU'lec Mdae, pkga
From Nrw Yoxx, perterllng. Oct" 1st. ' 1
Pain Killer, cs
3i Tobacco, cs
Phaies of the Moon for October, 1870,
FRErAECD BT CAPT. PaNtEL bHlTH.
, HONOLULU 3IEAX TIME.
Oct lat, 1st Qutrter 10 49 M
Oct 9th, Full Monn 3 12 IX
Oct 17th. Laat.Qnarter 7.42 aa
Oct 24lh, New Moon 5J)4a
Oct SOtb'lat Quarter. 9 30 PH
TIME SUN R1MN0 AND SETTING.
lat. Sun Ilisea i MU....Siiii Seta 45pa
8th, Sun Hles 57 Sun Seta 5 39 ..
Mtb, Suu Kiaes 5 59 Sun Sets 5 33 ..
24rl, fun P.iaea 6 02 Sun Sets 5 28 ..
29th.' Sua Kixa 6 05 fiuiSeta. 5 23..
Slat Sun Ul-ea 6 06 Sun Seta 6 22..
The machinety and wood-work of the Kilnuea
having been nearly completed, she waa, on Monday
moored at tho atcnnibuat wharf, where coal has been
put on board of her. We undcrttand that the makes
bcr trial trip ontaide to-day.
We call attention to the Auction Fair, to be held at
Olympic Hall, on Saturday evening, Oct. 22cl, in aid
of the German Sanitary Fund, notice of which will
be found in our adreriiaing columns of to-day.
Sensible Law. In limkini: over tome of our
Australian and New Zrolai.d files, we notice that
thoee colonies hare a law whereby keepers of retail
liqnur fillip are made Ji in able fur furnishing spirits
to parties ulrradr intnxiealed.
From Sew Zinland, we leutn that the Galatea
had arrived at Wellington, in company with the
flai;clilp Clio, Admiral Sterlinir. It issuppused lliat
the Galatea will remain on the Antlrallan station
for two i ears, which will make the cruise of the
Duke of Edinburgh a long one. The Galatea and
Cilia sailed from Wellington to Sjdoey on the 3d ol
California Sand. By the Ethan Alien we no
tice the itnportatton of a tot of bags of sand from
California. On inquiry, we were iniormed that
this sand was Imported for the use cf the iron
fnundryfn the bu8lne6sif!ca'stltig.",Qnery Is there
no euitalile saud lor this purpose to be found on
these Iflands. - ' f
Some Cocoanuts sent Irotn here by tbe Wnnjra
Wnra, on lierlast trip to Auckland, created quile
a sensation there from thclrslzc. It seems that they
were comparatively younc and had the green hui-k
on, which made them look exceedingly large to New
Zealand etes. The gentleman to whom they were
presented, Intends to try the experiment of plant
ing them wliu the hope tliat the climate of northern
Xew Zealand is tint too frigid for the tree. It is ex
ceedingly doubtlul if he succeeds.
The Mitrallkcse. A recent Connecticut paper
asserts that the ".Mitrallcuse" used by thr French lu
tbe present war, and of which we gave a description
In our last, was Invented In Hartford, ten years ago,
and as known as the " Gatling gun," and thai the
French have appropriated it. However, this may
he, this revolving cannon appears not to have been
so effective as was anticipated, fur tbe Prussians
captured 100 of then) at Sedan.
False Peksonatios. At the last session of the
Legislature, an Act was passed providing for tbe
punishment of the offense or false personation. The
first case under the new law came up in the Police
Court one dar last week, when a natlTe woman was
prosecuted on the charge of having falsely repre
sented herself as the mother of a young girl, whereby
a license to marry was obtalred. Tbe examination
resulted In a commitment for trial at tho ensuing
term of tbe Supreme Court.
Fuom Lanai we learu thatontng to plentiful rains
during the past few weeks, tbe pasture lands
aud cultivated portions of tbe Island promise abund
ant food for the herds or cattle and sheep, which
have for some time been on "short commons," and
good paying crops for those Industrious people who
have hopefully tried their fortunes in the culture ot
potatoes, corn, melons and other products, for
which that Island, .with "half a chance" of mois
ture, is so well adapted to produce.
The repairs on tbe ship John Bryant, which Tea
sel arrived .here on the Stb of September, with masta
and spars 'carried away and with considerable dam
age done to bcr hull in a gale experienced on the
coast of California, are now nearly completed.
MeisravFoster ACo.,atid Sir. G. Emmet bartrmade
the repairs apon her aud of course tbcy'bare been
done In tbe thorough manner In which thusegentlc
mrn are In tbe bablt of doing such work. The masts
and ytrds put In brre, are equal in every respect,
to any made elsewhere, both as regards the quality
of tbe tpajiiwlaaid IhejffprkmaCehip, J
Moom.icqt Paride The Riflei were ont on
Monday craning, on a m'nligbt parade, when they
marebod to tbeplaina.-wherethcypracticcdiquadaod
skirrn h firing. Tbe practice with the fire-arms was
fcrjfine rWfaet.'under Cspt. GuliCVfthe'BIflek'are
aloifsnottthe.lieat drilled eumpany?iS"tbeKin'g-
Eautuql'ake in New Zealand. On Thursday,
September let, tbe inhabitants ot Canterbury, New
Zealand, 'we're treated with alfirst'classtehock ot
Earthquake, which played bnvnek with the chira
nejs, stoue walls and other light structures. Bui
few p inions of. tbogworld fhate not felt similar
shocks at some time during the paet to years.
-Scotcu IiAOpirFr Laet WVcJiiedat eTettijigJIon
iilttlu w-a'trSlrirro'a rjfnyrIii''taV "3n tl a se'rr-
bade. It was a eiciffif uiuc seldom beard here
the veritable Scutch Bjiplpe. One ol nur resi
dents, trrini tbe land 'o' ke.'vvsfionnieuwitha
" blaw," perhaps because he bad lately taken to liini
self a belter half. Captain Alexander Adams, our
oldrslfiireigiTreeJdejit, wliSJil'd nntlieard the pipis
for many a long 3'rar, felt young again, and could
hare danced the Highland Fling wilh any one of hie
numerous decendants, and duubtelss much better
than any of them.
IX B. M. S. S. Ringdove arrrived at this port on
tbe evening of the -Tib of ptiraber, SI dajs fruiti
Mazatlan. We understand that she would hate
made the passage In several days shorter time, bad
it not have been for tbe fact af tbe severe gale which
was experienced about the Islands for some time
before her arrival. The following is a list of tbe
officers of the Ringd'ive:
Commander E. J. 2rooke.
Su5. iiml E. J jpritchard.
-Var. Lieut. Jn.A. Jfcnea.
auryeonJuo. White. M.dT " "
Chief Snffinerr Forster.
Allt Engineert Savage, Little.
Cannrr Jaa. Barry.
Uahpek's WEEEXTeays thai a divorce law has been
passedrby tlie'lA-gisialure oi the Hiinaiia"n;Is'lande,
and gravel' remarks that lis adoption Is considered
an evidence of the advance ol civilization In this
country. When e consider the divorce la6 In
force lu many of the United Stales, and the abuses
Under them, and the improbability of any immidi-
atr reform, we are obligeoVto acknowledge howev
er much we love and an-, proud ot our native Jand
'that advance In civilization in that direction is some
what hopeless. Chicago has lor many veara been
ahead of Honolulu in iacilily In time for severing
the nuplual tie.
The Flyixo Sqcadro.i. Our readers will remem
ber tbe viiit here hist spring of the "Flying Squad
rim" of British wafhips. Frpmrtbe .captain if a
guanu-bound clipper, we learn that the-rquadrun was
at Valparaiso, August 14th, on its way around the
wirld. The Austrian frigate Donau, which our
readers will remember aa having pat into this port
distress, and remaining here several months to ra-
pair, was also at Valparaisp, en route for- home.
In connection with the Donau, we would say that
from private letters received from the officers of that
ship, here, wo are informed that all loo's back upon
their visit tn Honolulu iirith the ntuTpst p'ensure. The
Hawaiian flag, hoisted over the Consulate at Val
paraiso on the first Sunday of their vist there, was
bailed with cheers by officers and crew.
Mb.' Joseph Rainer.' This gentleman arrived
here by the last steamer from Australia. He came
well recommended by the press, but our residents,
lulling sometimes lx en gulled by pretenders to dra
matic talent, were a little shy, and' consequently
Messre Rat uer & Nrill did not get a Vi ry good bouse
last Saturday night. Unfurl uiulilj too, while the
boxes were respectable and appretiatirr, the pit was
quite equal to lis traditional charaetir fur run d ism.
In the midst of Mr. Rayner's fine rendition of Dick-
en's "Dealli of Poor Joe," vulgir Interruptions
came from the pit that made one blush for a Hono
lulu audience. Following in the line of readings, in
which Mr. -Walter Montgomery has so distinguished
himself, Mr. Raynerjcl a joting man is equally
successful, and Mr. 'cill, ae a reciter and delineator
ol comicalities, poi.tcsse6 I lie rare power of putting
an audience into good humor lib himself and theni
silvcsat the same time.
On Tuesday evening, these superior performers
made their second appearance before a Honolulu
audience, and this lime wilh distinguished success.
Rajner's personations of tome ol the prii.cipal char
acters or Shaks'peare's Inmedirs, iriven fa' eoitumt,
were incomparable, while MrNeill gave the audience
that disideratuiu so devoutly to be wished, a bearly
laugh; then again to bring tears Into eyes -"unused
to weep." We advise everybody who desires to-be
both entertained and Instructed tovisit Messrs. Ray
ner&XellPs entertainment on Saturday evening, and
In fact every evening they favor us wltli "their re
citals. Australian Birds. By the steamers now run
ning betweeen Honolulu and Australia, we fre-qu-ntiy
see arrive beautiful specimens ol the birds
ol the Antipodes. Their brilliant plumage makes
them an object of general observation and admira
tion. In the forests of these Islands there are sev
eral varieties ol handsomely colored birds, and they
are highly valued by the Hawalians, the scarlet
and yellow feathers being sought lor to make tbe
ancient cloaks or capes, aud wreaths, which are now
seen only on special occasions. But onr native
birds can not compare with those of the Southern
Hemisphere in point or brilliancy. A case of stuffed
specimens, which came by tbe Wotiga Wonga, dis
plays all the colors of tbe rainbow, laid on with a
taste thai templs one to think, at first, that it is art,
not nature.' Audubon, thr great bird-fancier, (orni
thologist,) of the century, would have gone crazy
over bis pels ol the genus Ava, had be been privi
leged t" live In an Australian furest.
CtxoaoR! ElPAAKIA On Thursday evening, September
22.1, al Washington Place, the residence of Mrs. Mary Doml
nla, by tho Iter. C. 13. Willianieon if St. Andiewa Church,
M a. AaouBjiB Scoii Citchoes to II ox Miss Misiav I iuttxi
Kapaaxxa, daughter of the lalo Hon. C. Kapaakea, and aMcr
of the lion. Mra. Duruluis and tbe Hon. David Kalakaua. No
illxvA.x Gciex Married in Honolulu, Sabbath afternoon,
October 2,at thr residence oftMra Green, by-Iter. Father
lletmaun and lif'r. C. Damon, Ma. Jaxu B. iixaxAX, of
San Fiancisco, California, to MlaS LicaxtlA Ba&xcs Gkxxtr, of
Honolulu. - - . r
LlAXT-At Palawal, Laual, Seyt. 15th, the wife of T. Leary,
of a daughter., The first-white child born on the ialand.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
Saturday Evening,, Oct'r 8.
Tin TTl OXXJStO i-ttl-aXCtl OH "SI
First Night of Chat. Matthew's STde-Splitting Farce,
TWO IN THE MORNING.
COME S SEE MR. NEILL WORRIED BY MR. RATHER!
The Performance will commence jrith.
THE JEALOUSY SCENE FROM OTHELLO!
OTHELLO MR. XIELL
IA00 (his great inpersonalioqj MR, RAYXER
Several Favorite Recitals!
The' Entertainment will conclude with
1X7-0 1T1 tJtXO TATriTTi 1 -n g
'Xl-I til UXI WJiIXiOOIVIB GUEST I
NEWPENNtI .. JL3IK SSEIXL
STRANGER, (the unwelcome goest) MR. RATNER
3t Admission Drffai Circle' htrt Parqaette. One
Dollar; jPit,- Fifty .Cents. Doors epen at half-past
Serea, EatartitUuet,t. commences at Eight o'clock.
ROAST Doo. We Hawalians have often been twlt
ed with our partiality for rdtsi dog. As a general
thing, we don't like tbe idea ol this dlsb, but a dog
being a mucb cleaner animal in Its habits than a hog,
are strengthened in this idea from tbe lact that we
see in a iale western newspaper the statement tbat in
Kansas the oid.aeltlers are, very fond of g roast dog,
and new comers are soon Initiated Into a liking for
that diet. Bu prairie dogs arc not like tbe Eastern
curs. They arc very small. In lurm and color; they
arualmusljprveiteiyjike ourrouud .squirrUs, and
J full gjj'wn. jffc is jio larger; t liari drcjcl fryifjryi.
TlH-y have btiehy tails, and eubslst wholly upon veg
etation. TIk-i are pretty little crrature, nlth soft,
pleasing, gaEellnJjke.ej cs, aud arejjuitea,;reeablea
.cts." - -
Saw isn't this a very neat way ofdoing your dug?
Jhe onJy)Uiing,intlngis.llieJuan, which Kansas,
j-fJh all Its advantages, eiifi'l JoJst af. i J
BARK 11. C. WYLI E !
H. K ALTER MANN, Mastor,
illTE AND 1JKOWN COTTONS,
AVhite aud Brown Drills, Tickings,
Blue Cottons, Blue Drills, Denims,
Priuts, Jacoiiets, Brilliaules,
Fine Coburgs and Baratheas, i
Black Silk Alpacas,.
Fine Lacoui, Moleskins, Cambrics,
White Sateens, Nankin, Scutch Uinghams,
Marseilles, White and Uiey Linen Drills,
f Linen Duck aud Canvas, Silesias,
Liuen Crash and Diaper, Elastic Canvas,
BiescheJ'and'Onb'ieacBe'd Linen", T ' ' j")y.
Turkish Towels, Uuck Towels, Linen Napkins,
Uiidci-Mltirlrs and liratvers,' '
GentLmen's and Boys'. aCLthiiig,
Gent's Hats, Jla! Frames, Suspcudcre, lij i ers.
EXTRA HEAVY, IN ALL SIZES AND COLORS.
Horse Blankets,' Sailors" Woolen Jackets,'
Pea Jackets, Fine Stocaios and Socks, Gloves.
llandkcrcltit'fs in great Variety.
Blue and Fancy Flannels, " JJ f, f '
Plain aud Fancy Woolen Shawls,
Silk Embroidered Shawls.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Plain, Colored and Black Cashmeres and Jaequards,
Black Crape, Babies' Hoods, Veils,
Ostrich Feathers, Artificial Flowers.
FIXE ASSOimiKXT.OF TRIJIMIXGS.'
Braids, Epaulets, Tassels, Bed Fringes,
Silk Illusion, Mosquito Netting, Oil Silk.
BLACK AND. G0L0REd3"ILK RIBBONS!
Hair rins, Ladies' TJolta, Skirts; Beads,
India Robber Chains, India Rubber Ear Ring's,
Gilt Ear Rings. India Rubber Combs, '
Tooth Combs, Brooches. -1 i
Buttons of all Descriptions.
Hair Nets, Buckles, Hooks and Eyes,
Sewing Cotton. Sewing Silk, Iron Thread,
BronTiS and Clark's Spool 'CottonVglaci and
Black and White Linen Thread, Needles.
Rimmel's Philocome for the Hair,
Lubln's Hair' Oil,
. Eau do Cologne,
Umbrellas, Ponchos, Saddles, Girths,
Whips, Spurs, Saddlecloths, Dolls, Alum,
P-ickefKnircs, Table Knives and, Forks,
Whef-Stones," Jewthafpi,' Muriatic Acid,
Galvanized Iron Pipe, Lead Pipe, lYieking,
Fencing "Wire," No. 5 t 6, ass'd Fencing Wire,
Accordeons. Flutes, Guitars, Violin Strings.
Iron-Stock Anchors and Chains,
German Lager Beer,
French White Wines,
Hant Santerns, Chat. d'.Yqoem, Haul Banac 18i7
Rodesbeimer, Deideibeimer, Kiertelner,
" erf rets;
Pontet Canet and St. Julien,
Martell, & Otard, Dnpnis k Co's Brandy.
GIN, NORDHAUESER, ic.
3T,oi Stlo Joy
tt. nOFFSCIILalFa6I.Il & 0.
;... '- 38 3t. . -1
By C. S. UaiUTllW.
WEDNESDAY,. 0CT0BEB 12th,
At lO A. 31., at Snle Itoora,
The Usual Assortment of Merchandise
C, P. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
VALUABLE FSSH POND!
By order cf S. B. DOLE, Esq.. Guardian of tbe
HEIRS of the Estates of DR. S. P. FORD,
I will Sell at Public Auction at Salesroom,
on FEIDAY, Oct. 14, at 12 noon,
THE LEASE FOR FIVE YEAES
AND ELEVEN MONTHS
The Large and Profitable
Situated in tbe District of Waimano, Ewa, and
known by tbe name of WEL0KA, containing accord
ing to survey Zl Acres.
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
October 1511s, at 1- o'clock. Soon
Near tho Old Custom House,
Will be Sold at Public Auction,
Four Tubular Boilers,
Taken out of the Steamer KILAUE A length 15 feet
6 inches, diameter four feet.
One Old Slont and One MtyliKlit,
A Lot of old Iron a L"t or. Bricks,
Nuts, Cocks. Bols and Pipes.
Lot of Waste Pipe, Kettles, Boxes, ie.
The Jlefnl tnlicn oil tlic Itottoni of
tlic fte:iiier liiltincn."
C, S. BARTOW, Auct'r,
WILL SB S(JU),
At the Residence of Sir. A. II. IlarcII,
One door from Iiukui St.,
On Monday, Oct. 17th, at 10 A. M,
Parlor, Bed Room & Kitchen Furniture
Mahocany Centre Table. Hair Ctolh Sofa.
Marble Top Mahogany Sideboard, Walnut Whatnot,
Halnut Hair Ulotn ubairs and tuckers.
Work Tables. Chandeliers and Chandelier Vases,
One elegant Brussels Carpet, Eight-day Clock,
Card Baskets, Books, Beadsteads,
Marble-top Bureau. Chest of Drawers,
Large II ir Mattrass, Mosquito .Net and Bedding,
Table Covers and Ornamental Articles,
One Superior Singer Sewing Machine, elegant Wal
nut Case, and in perfect order.
Glass and Crockcryware. Meat Safe, Conk Store,
Cooking Utensils, Fine Cutlery, etc., etc.
One Superior tV:ihliiiiLT irlticltiue.
.One fine Bi-chord, Semigrand Piano, Broad wood
ma her. liufewood Case,
One Cottage Pjano, Rosewood Case, by Briafniead,
"Rosewood Cottage Piano, fjll Com pat-!, Obltqne
Check Action, and all the most recent Improve'
Mime Stool, anJ a Choice Selection of Mneio.
A nnmerof very vatunble and choice Oil Paintings,
ot n-incn a litwiii tie itsucd previous to sale :
3 Genuine PaTritingi". by Terberg,
2 Genuine Paintings, by llarell,
1 Genuine Painting, hy
1 Genuine Painting, by Rembrbsnt,
1 Water Color, by O linen,
And other Paiotings.
A Lunch will be provided at 12 o'clock, and
at 2:30 tbe Pianos and Paiutingi will be sold. Mr.
llavell will be in attendance, and the Pictures will
be I'D view three days prior to the rale, viz : Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, the 13tn. Ntb. and 1Mb
33 C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneei;.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE !
ON TUESDAY, 0CT0BEB 18th,
At 10 o'clock A. 31.,
AT THE RESIDENCE OF THOS. ADAMSON, ESQ.,
(LATE C. S. COSSUL.J
Will be Sold, all
THE FURNITURE !
OF SAID PRIVATE RFSIDENCE,
KAUELT : '
Marble Top Walnut Centre Tables,
Hair Cloth Sofa and Chairs, Whatnots,
Card Tables, large (jilt Frame Pictures,
Chandeliers, Cane beat Chairs,
Extension Dining Table,
Dining Room Arm Chairs, two complete Dinner bets,
Whito and Gilt Tea Set, Table Plated Ware,
X Variety or Giaseiv-are, Tumblers, IVIne aittl
Criaiupague Glasacs, etc.
Bed Room Furniture,
One elegant Walnut Chamber Suit, (Bedstead, Marble-top
Btircaa. WaibsUnd and Commode), Bureaus,
Cane Chairs, Lookiug Glasses. Wardrobe, Bedding,
Spring and Hair Maltrasses, and Pillow p.
A VARIETY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE,
Crockeryvare, with Cook Stove.
California Sherry, and Superior Champagne.
The Parlor aad Bed Room Turcitnra ore in excel
lent orJer, aad nearly near.
ALSO, A VERY SUPERIOR
Double String Upright Piano!
Nearly new, and ne tosed.
33 C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
LEASE OF IiAND !
By order of His Ex. John O. 1 . lis. Administrator
of the Estate of Her late R. U a-RINCESS V. K.
(CAMAMALU, I will sell at Public Auction,
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22d,
At 13 31., at Snleti Room,
THE LEASE OF THE KULA OF MAXAWAO,
Situated in the District of Koolaupoko, Island of
Oahu, for a term of Fire Tears from" Sot. 1, 18701
33 C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer. '
MUSTZ' YELLOW HETAL,
And Composition Kailirfor sale by
29- H. HACKFELD i. CO.
Ily C. S. BARTOW.
By order of the Executors of tho Estate of JAMES
L0UZADA, deceased, the undersigned will sell
, ON SATURDAY,
October 29th, on the Premises,
At 13 o'clock Noon,
The Lot and Buildings,
SITUATED OS" THE
Corner of Beretania & Punchbowl Streets,
and at present occupied by Mr. S. M. CARTER.
1 n'"e ' pleasantly situated for
AyffifcTs a nri'ate residence, being bufca short
MJyiJYJ distance from the bu.iness part of the
aCkijTjSS city, yet so located" as tu receire the
full benefit of the trade winds. Tho lot Is large, and
contains one largo Dwelling-House, with three large
Rooms, which may be used as two Parlors, with
Dining Room; two large Bedrooms; one Dressing
lloom ; one small Bedroom ; and reranda 'in front
part of the building.
One long Out-Hoose, containing Wood-house, Cook-hou-e,
One Cottage, containing two Bedrooms.
One Long House, containing two small rooms;
Carriage Room, Horse Stall, etc., etc.
For further particulars. Inquire of R. H.Stanley,
Solicitor, or C. S. BARTOW.
Canaries For Sale.
5& For Snle, on board the R. C. Wyllie, a
few selected Canary Hints, warranted every one to be
a Crt rate sinner. Price, $7.50 each. 3S-2t
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT
New and Desirable Goods !
Daily expected by the bark ETHAN ALLEN,
And now on hand.
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, CALF SKINS,
Eight Card Matches, &c,
'FOR SALE BY
37 J. T. WATER HO USE.
Barkeiiline "Jane As Falklnberg
AND FOR SALE BY
CASTLE & COOKE!
BARRELS COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON,
" Barrels Backs Columbia Rirer Salmon,
Ilf Barrels Columbia Rlter Salmon,
, , Uf Barrels Salmon Bellies
31-tf . Kits Salmon Bellies
Just Received ex lolani,
lli-yiim'sj Eight Curd
AND TOR SALF. DY
CASTI.i: ab COOKE.
milE FRENCH Itcsidcnts of Honolulu,
X at a recent meeting, hare resolred to open, at
the Store of Messrs. OIIALLAMEL A CO.. No. S
Nuuanu Street, a Subscription List for the relief of
the families of tbe Rilled and wounded in the present
war oi their country.
Every Frenchman Is invited to come and give his
Obolus, large or small. It is open also, for everyone
else who wishes to contribute to the same Christian
and humane ubjeet. The funds will be sent by each
Steamer by Mr. Batlieu. 36-tf
A VIS.---I.es Francais residents a Ilono
XX lulu out decide dans leur reunion d'ourrir une
li-le de souscription chez Messrs. CIIALLAMEL A
CIE-. a Honolulu pour renir en aide aux families
dea Soldata Francais mints oa blesses pendant la
guerre actuelie. Tout Francais est invito a apporter
ou enrnrer son Ubole crande ou petite.
La liste est nuverte aussi pour toute personne qui
desirerait contribuer ac memo but d'huma'nite. Les
foods serontexpiedies par chanue vapeur par Mr.
Ballicu, Commissaire et Consul de France, qui rs-
cerra egaieraent, le' ourandos qui seront deposes
directement ches lui, (Nuuanu Avenue.) 35-tf
T) E It known to nil person,, thnt I. WAIII
13 NEALOIIA BOOTH, wife of Mr. John Booth, do
now publicly show, thus : The lands of Makua and
Kuaokala. situated at Waianee. Island of Oahu, dis
posed of by sale br mi busband John Booth aforesaid
to John Hall, does not include my rights of dowry, as I
care not signed any deed of such purchase. There
fore any rerson wirhing to buy my rights of dower to
lands aforesaid are referred to ay agent Kaiiian-
Honolulu. Sept. 22d, 1870. 37-2t
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of DANIEL MONTGOMERY, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY 0IVEN BY THE "UN
dersigned. Administrator of the above named
Estate, to the creditors of. and ail persons having
claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same,
duly authenticated and with the necessary Touchers,
nitbin six months of the first publication of this
notice, to tho undersigned, at his office at the corner
of Queen and Kaahumanu streets, in Honolulu.
W. E. GREEN,
Administrator with Will annexed.
Honolulu, Sept. 26th. 1870. 37-8
WHEREAS, the undersigned baring
been appointed by the Hon. A. J. Lawrenoe, to
be Administrators to the Estate or O. W. Kaeo, (k)
of Wailuku, Island of Mtnt, deceased : Therefore, all
persons indebted to the said estate, are requested to
make iinmediata payment to us, it Wailnku, and all
persons baring olaims against said estate will present
G. W. WrXFONG,
37- Wailnkn, Sept. Stb, 1870. Administrators. la
Sugar Plantation for Lease !
At lloaolpt. District or Kefeala,
AT a reasonable price and terras. Fitly
acres under eane with mote laud around it fit for
growing, with Mill, Cattle, Carts, Sorghum-pan, and
eictj i.Huti. ,u vauj uu gjiuwiug aou Eliauiog
caoe. The Mill is driven by horse-power. For par
ticulars apply tn II. Christiansen, Honoipn, or to
Por Sale !
rnnc land of atjaukea. north kona.
X " Hawaii, near to KaiTna. Also the large Sugar
Land of Uakalaa Ililo Hawaii. Also an extensive
Cattle Ranch on HawaiiL, For particulars apply to.
April Z6th, 1370 1 j-tf . W. 1 OBEEN.
For Sale I
A LARGE "PLATE IR0IT STEAM JACKET
Panels feet 4 feet x 2 feet. Apply to '
April 2tb, 1870. IS-tf W.Lva&EBif.
By" AT)A MS & WlafoEKT5' J
REGULAR ROOM 'SALF!
THIS BAT, . ,
Wednesday, Oct'r 5th, at 10X11.
-A-t SAj.eatX0033aa.,v. - " ,
We will Sell ( J
ENGLISH PRINT1 DENIMS,
Irown & White Cottons,
Hickory aad Calico Shirts, , ,.; ,i j
picking. Wrapping Paper, A
' , Twiae asd.Baskok,
Crockery and Glassware,
DeVoe's Kerosene 03; 'American Clocks,
Preston i Merrill's Tiast PoVders.
Boston .Card Matches,
CifrfvxTa A33.tL Tolaaooo,
California Cream Lard,
Thirty Barrels of Salatorrf .. . an
Calif irnia Oat), et5- ate.
TERMS CASH ON DELIVERY. '
ADAMS i WIEDEK, AucfrJ.
MERCHANDISE AT AUCTION
ON TUESDAY, :
Oct'r 11, at lO A. 9f. at Salesroom,
We will Sell
Iixo TTasrixcal .Asasjortmeat
OF . -
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, CLOTHING,
Furnishing Goods, Groceries,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
ADAMS t WILDER, Auct'rs.
Oct. 17th, at 13 rVooa at Salesroom,
Wa will offer at Public Auction
At an upset price of $40 per Acre.
2gt& That Valuable Piece
-JL. Xj JSl. 1ST ID,
NEAR MAKIRI. on the MAUKA SIDE of the
Government Road, and near the property
of L. McCully Esq.,
CONTAINING AX AREA OF 35 ACRES.
p2T The Metcalf Road to Manoa runs on the
northern boundary. Sufficient stone for fencing eon
be had from tho mtnka of ths laud, and a never-falling
supply of water from wells. .
SS The constantly -increasing value of Rear 'Es
tate in the vicinity of Honolulu, readers this a good
opportunity for parties desiring a profitable invest
ment. TERMS CASH.
36 ADAMS & WILDER, Acet'rs.
SAIL BOAT AT AUCTION!
Oetober 35, at 13 o'clock, IVoea,
At the Wharf in the rear or WALKER t ALLEN'S
The Sloop Rigged
SAIL BOAT' FEARLESS'
BUILT BY MR. THRUM,
Together with her Sails, Mast, Rigging, and about
2600 ths Iron Ballast.
JSV The above Boat Is in complete order and
ready for immediate ate.
Dimensions 24 feet length, 8 feet beam, 2 feet 9
inches depth. Coppered and Copper-fastened.
38-3t ADAMS & WILDER, Auct'r.
J. M. CROWELL,
No. 74, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
American and European
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE,
Eape, Hemp and Canary Seed,
And a full assortment of
GARDES VEGETABLE SE JSBS J
Beat California Streaky .Bacon, Cailfbrnla
Clieeae, Apples, rSrC.rrccclYed byj' " '
EVERY VESSEL FROM THE COAST.
Particular attention given to the purchase ami sale
of all kinds of Island produce fruit, batter, eggs.
J. M. CROWELL;
No. 7, Nuuanu Street:' s
Select CommerciaUcaiJeray, Hutf
milE REV. C. SEAKLE legs to ansonnoa
L that ha will, (D. V.) open the above School oa
Monday, Oct. 3d. f
N. B. An Evening School To Young Men.
Residence, Mrs. Davis's, Hotel Street, 37-las
A TWO Horse-Power, CUrk's Patsat, ' .
in good working order. Two Fanning M4B(
One Thrashing Machine. For fcrtier yajtaaVrSii
oo-tm J. a. hausbvuss.
Two New Wettvel 7uu!
t - H. HACKrgUi A t. '
ETTS OF MULE. HARNESS ul LEATHZK,
i fxoa the Hilo Tannery. . -.'
For sale by (12-3m) H. HACKFELB A CO.,
For Bent or Leae,
THAT VERY" Desiraale Kc
NolOSNdnaarlSteeet- AbsjItsjo '"' '
23- i , JAMSS S. LXMOK.
A HOUSE ia Xaaaaa VavHaJTr-wiak
or without furniture. Apslrte
24- . JOHX PAIY..
T' IVERPOOE SALT.
1 j'-Ib Xaw Oak'Sanefa. aaai toVswaatar
-J. 1r..f S.ilBSgA
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