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fiUMUS GAZETTE
vsriM7 tltAPLEE,
DIRECTOR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS
HONOLULU:
"WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1870.
-BY- AUTHORITY.
The Court will go intofall mourning for Herlate Maj
esty, Dowager Queen' Kalama, relict if His late Maj
esty Kamebameha. III., for three weeks from this date.
UgSltr 1'RESOEROAItT,
Chamberlain.
Iolanl Palace, Office af Chamberlain, Sept. 27 1870.
Dr.rAp.TM.iT or Pontics Arrxius.
Bg It known to all whom It may concern ; Whereas
II li Excellency Henry A. Pierce, Minister Resident of
the United State, near this Court, did on the 22d
instant, address the undersigned as follows - " Hav
ing by authority of the United States Government,
appointed Elias Perkins, Esquire, of New London,
Connecticut, now in Honolulu, Acting Consul for the
United Statu at Ilonolnlu. Ac." Therefore, be
raid Elias Perkins, is "hereby acknowledged, by order
of Ills Majesty the King, in Council, as Acting Con
sul for the United States for the Porfof Ilonolnlu, and
all bir official nets, as susb, are ordered to receive full
faith and credit by the Authorities of Ills Majesty's
Gorernment.
Given nnder my hand and seal of the Foreign Office
at Honolulu, this 23d day of September 1870.
L. S." C. C. IlAnnis,
Minister for Foreign Affair;.
Charles IT. Jcdd, Esquire, has been appointed
Agent fa the' Steamer Kilauea, all persons having
business with that ressel, will please .apply to him
from this date.
' " ' Ferd. W. Hnicnisos,
,llmister of Interior.
Home Office, Sept. 27m, 1870.
Tax Collectors for 1870.
. OAHU.
Honolulu,.... ...... ....... Geo. H. Luce.
Koolaupo"Ko..... ......... .....John K. Wilder.
Koolauloa........ .............. .Paukialanl.
WaialuajiW........ j W. C. Lane.
Ewa and Walanaev. Owen J. Holt.
MAUI. -
Lahaina...; .T. C. Forsyth.
Wailuku H. Kuihelani.
Makawao .'... .'. Kapotkai.
Hsna. ............'.;... ......J .....T. Lyons.
Molokal and LaDai D. Kaopeahina.
'HAWAII.
HHo ....
Fura- . ...
Kan ..;
South Kbna.....
K6rth Kona.....
South Kehala...
North Kobala.'.,
Hamakna ...
Hanalel...-,
.... G. W. Akao ITapal.
... ..... .. S. B. Tuamana.
L. E. Swain.
C. F. Hart.
.... ."...J. G. Hoapili.
S. F. Cbillingworth.
. H.....K. Kamakaala.
S. C. Wilts.
KAUAI.
..N. S. Wilcox.
...'....W. 0. Smith.
Kapabnlima.
J. K. Smith.
G. B.'Rowcll.
Kabu Kanoa.
J. .Mott Smith,
Minister of finance.
Lihue...,
v
Anahela.
Kolo
Waimca .........
Nllhau..
Finance Office, Sept. 2, 1S70.
Whereas .11. Dicke.iso.i, Jr. was duly appointed
Clerkly! the Circuit Court of the 2nd Jndioial Cirouit
by the Justices of the Supreme Court and has been
duly qualified to act as said Clerk and has filed an
approved bond as required by the Statute. : Notice is
hereby giren that be is the regularly authorized clerk
of the said Court.
L. XIcCcllt,
Clerk Supreme Court.
3S-3t.
Honolulu, Oct. 3d,JS70.
The Funeral of Her late Majesty, the
Queen Dowager Kahuna, took place last
Saturday, according to the published pro
gramme. During the procession, 21 guns
were tired From a shore battery, and also
from the men-of-war in port. The remains
were deposited in the Royal Mausoleum.
ONaturday evening last, S. G. Wilder,
Esq., whose recent mission to China for
laborers is well known, made an interest
ing verbal report to the Planters and
others interested in the procurement of
labor here, at , the Court House. Mr. Yild-er'-a
address was a very interestiug one,
and occupied about two hours in its de
livery. We will, therefore, bo unable to
give his remarks in full, but must content
ourselves with merely presenting our
readers 'with the main .points, as presented
by .Mr. Wilder, as briefly as possible.
The first and most important point
touched upon iri the report was the fact
that fewer laborers were procured than
were anticipated at the inauguration of
the , expedition, and the cause of such
failure. The speaker disposed of this
subject in a iow explanations which must
have been very satisfactory to his hearers.
As.has been well Jcnown here, the order
from the British Government instructing
the officials at Hong Kong not to permit
any Cti'uese to leave that port under; contract,-
except to British Colonies, and the
general disinclination of the Ghinese to
leayo their country without a specific
contract, were tho reasons why he was'
notable to secure all the men he required.
There were plenty of men who wished to
engage, many of whom went on board
the Solo, but the uncertainty of the
service, owing to the want of written
contracts, "induced a large proportion to
.refuse, eventually, to proceed on the
voyage. This is a sufficient and satisfac
tory' explanation of the 'failure of Mr.
Wilder to procure all the men lie required
at Hong Kong: it was simply because,
"nnder thcTircutiistances, it was impossible
to do so from that port he ' could not
make contracts with them, and they
would not come without contracts.
During Lis stay in China he studied,
particularly, the modes by which the peo
ple were induced to emigrate in such
large numbers to California, a large ma
jority "having their passages paid for them,
as is the case when they come here. It
is -generally understood that all these
people are under obligation to the Chi
nese merchants who secure and pay their
passages, to labor for them or for those to
whom they are assigned, until the ad
vances paid them are returned. These 1
people arc not engaged in Hong Kong,
j nor in any oilier pMnoeuifler tlitf Govern
ment of a European nation, but Irom the
provinces of the Chinese-Einpire, where,
it seems, a man may mortgage not
only the bones of his ancestors, but those
of himself and relatives for the sacred
fulfillment of his obligations. "When a
Chinaman is asked why men employed by
Chinese merchants or emigrant agents,
perform faithfully their agreements the
reply h', that it is a " Chinese custom."
When we consider the sacred reverence
in which the bones of the ancestors of the!
disciples of Confucius are held by them,
and their ambition to have their own rest
beside those of their ancestors and re
ceive the homage of their descendants,
coupled with the fact that these mortgages
are enforcible in China, and that iu case
of non-fulfillment of one of them, the
mortgage is relentlessly foreclosed, we
can well imagine why but little difficulty
is experienced by those who employ la
borers who have been engaged under such
circuinctaneefc. And we unhesitatingly
say,ahat, in our mind, taking all things
into consideration, it is the most diabolical
means of procuring labor that can be con
ceived, notwithstanding some look upon
those who are engaged under such con
tracts as " free immigrants."
31r. Wilder visited 3Iacao, for the pur
pose of investigating the, modes of pro
curing men there. He states that so far
as he has been able to learn, no person is
shipped from there except in the most
open and honorable manner; that.every
man is regularly engaged, and Jias the op
portunity, while being questioned at no
less than five different olliecs, to either
make known that he has been kidnapped
or deceived, or to refuse to accept the
contract under which he is proposed to be
engaged. And, that he was acquainted
with the circumstances under which the
men were placed on board the two coolie
ship which recently touched here, and
believes from his personal observation,
that not a man in either was deceived at
the time of his embarkation.
TIic Situation iu Iiui-opc
By the arrival of the bark Maunaloa,
twenty-three days from San F r.ancisco, we
have dates up to the 14th, and telegrams
from Europe to the 1 3th nit. being two days
later than the news .by the Moses Taylor.
The situation does not seem to be mate
rially changed, although, as will be seen
by telegrams published iu this issue,
the Germans are gradually concentrating
on Paris, their advance being now within
twenty-five miles from that city. The
Uhlans (as we understand the term the
light horse,) are reported to have made
an advance within eight miles of Paris,
destroviiir the railroads in their track.
This however can hardly be called the
advance of the Germans, as it was prob
ably a mere sortie of the cavalry, which
returned to the real advance as soon as
they had accomplished their object.
Although some think the prospect of
immediate peace looks brighter than here
tofore, owing to tho fact that the other
great powers are disinclined to insist
upon any definite declaration in regard to
the Prussian demands in relation to Al
sace and Lorraine, we really cannot see
any signs of it, inasmuch as by the tele
grams we arc informed that the King of
Prussia declares that he has no knowl
edge that those who profess to be willing
td treat for peace, are the representatives
of the Government of France. "At the
head of a victorious army, confident of
success iu every undertaking, and within
a few miles of Paris, it will be an act of
magnanimity and ibrbfarance on his part
if hestops short of the attempt at least, to
occupy Paris, a parallel of which has been
seldom witnessed in the history of the
world. Victorious generals are not apt
to stop their career of conquest "because
they have apparently too great an advan
tage over their -enemies. They are gen
erally inclined to pursue their .advantages
to the utmost.
From Italy we learn that, the Italian
army is on the frontier of the Papal
States, and that the Pope has given in
structions that no resistance shall be
made to their advance. It is reported
that His Holiness will probably seek
refuge .in Malta, but in this there can be
no reliance, as it seems that the Govern
ment of Italy, if it should succeed (of
which there is little doubt) in taking pos
session "of Rome, proposes to make ample
provisionos for him, as well as for the Col
lege of Cardinals, in Rome itself. As
it is, the Pope protests' against the
occupation by the Italian troops, while
the King of Italy and the General at the
head of his troops proclaim that the ter
ritory of the Church shall remain invio
late. How this can be, when such ter
ritory is taken from the Church and the
capital .of Italy established in Rome, as is
evidently the intention of the Italian Gov
ernment,, is difficult to sec.
To refer again to the affairs of Germany
and France, it will be observed that
among the last reports is the announce
ment' that Meta has been surrendered to
the Germans. Although this report is
riot confirmed and the inference is, that it
is doubted in England and America", there
is no doubt but that if it was not at the
time of the latest dates already surren
dered, such an event must certainly take
place very soon. Strasburg must also
soon fall into the hands of the Ger
mans, if we are to rely upon the informa
tion we are able to glean, which, with
Mcti,'will place the entire provinces of
Alsace and Lorraine in the hands of the
Germans.
The defence of Paris still seems to be
the main hope of the " Government for
the Xatioanl DefciiCe." The fortifications
about the city are partly manned by the
sailors from the fleet, and everything pos
sible has.been done to make the ap
proaches io the citytimpregnable. It is
reported t: at the the ships. of the Baltic
fleet have all been recalled, the last ship
having left Heligoland about the 13th of
September.
The la II tin en.
The Steamer.Kilaueu left port, on Monday last,
on Iter Erst.regiilar trip tojvindward. It was de
termined by her agent, (Major Jndd.) to send her
first to II Mo, as upon that route the longest and
most difficult one of the coasting service she
would, if it is successfully performed, most thor
oughly establish at once, her claims upon tho
public confidence and demonstrate her capacity
to make steamer tune against the adverse winds
of the Hawaii Channel. At the fame time, the
accommodation to many persons desiring to visit
the Volcano, could be better nffotded now, than
after the time-tables and routes ate fully decided
upon and advertised.
However satisfactory the trial trip was. as re
gards the speed and improved accommodations of
the boat, it is only by a coasting voyage or
several days' duration, such a3 will be embraced
in the regular trips henceforth to be made, that
the boat will ehow h.-r c.aitns to the public favor
and patronage. On the trial trip only her steam
ing power was used. She was pit into the teeth
of a stiff trade-wind, and a head sea. without
any recourse to her canvas, which has been im
proved both as to' size and set, upon that which
she ws provided with before. When her can
vas is set, and drawing us it will when she
crosses the Channel thus adding its aid to her
steaming power, a rearer idea of what the
steamer can and will do on her passages will tw
obtained, than was aflorded by her eimple trial
trip. We anticipate that her performance on her
first voyage will be quite 33 satisfactory as that
upon ber trial trip. and that her time tables, made
up from data obtained by the voyujre. will give
ample guarantee that our interislaud strain
service will be satisfactorily performed, both a3
regards the requirements of passenger travel and
the movements of freight.
The steamer will innKe the advertised landings
on Mani and Hawaii, and remain at Hihi two or
three days-to give time for the excursionists to
the volcano, to visit the crater and get back so
as to return by the boat. The distance from Hono
lulu to Hilo, ix the landings, is 232 miles, and if
the boat averages six knots per hour, the actual
running time for the distance up, will be thirty
eight hours. The regular route to windward will
be one week to Ililo, and to Kona the following
week, touching, every trip, at Xawaihai. This
will give a weekly mail service to the Island of
Hawuii, and it is believed will best accommodate
travel and trade. The chief business of the
steamer must be the carrying of passengers and
light fr 'ight. I he ports of call have not the
whan es, storehouses and other accommodations,
to facilitate the lading and unlading of heavy
cargo. Where a time-table is laid upon a vessel,
and her hours of stay at a landing are limited, it
will often be impossible to give the, time required
to boat off heavy cargo, especially under adverse
circumstances of heavy weather and sea.
The result of the trial trip establishes the fart
that the Ivilauea can perfjrm the inter-island
steam service, and meet the requirement of mak
ing weekly trips to Hawaii. An average speed
of seven knots will insure a weekly service
around the Island, should it lie found advisable
to make that the route of the vessel, and allow,
also, ample time for stops at the various landings.
Her chief difficulty under her old boilers and rig,
was want of speed : otherwise, she was jlways a
staunch, safe, and eay sea-boat, and well adapted
to the trade. With her present steam power
she will have speed. A gratifying fact drought
out on her trial trip is, that her boilers make
steam easily with a moderate consumption or coal.
She wilt steam cheaply. It is believed that 600
pounds of coal per hour will give all the steam
required. With these facts before us, we may
believe that the Kilauea will perform the inter
island steam service cheaply and patinrlorilv
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
NOTICE.
The Honolulu Fire Department
Ki:(iunti:s a xcw truck.
Hooks, .adders. Ac. complete, with all
tLc Utest improvements for 'Protection"
Itouk and Laddea Co. No. 1, and being desirous of
encouraging borne industry, all persons wishing to
contract for furnishing the whole apparatus com
plete, are hereby requested to confer with tne Chiet
Engineer CHAS. N. SPE.VCER
fer Order. CHAS. T. I1ULICK,
Honolulu, Oct. 11. 1S70. 39-.1t Secretary
The Corsican Brothers !
AT THE
E0YAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
-0X-
!?jLt;iiid.iiy
Eveiiiiig,
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of DANIEL .MONTGOMERY, deceased.
VTOTICE IS HEREDV GIVEN BY THE UX
jLN dersigned. Administrator of the above named
Ertate, U the creditors of, and all persons having
claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same.
tulr authenticated and with tun necessary roucners.
within six months of the first publication of this
notice, to the undersigned, at bis office at the corner
of Queen and Kaahumanu streets, in Honolulu.
W. I,. liKEEPi,
Administrator with Will annexed.
Honolulu, Sept. 26lb, 1S70. 37-S
, J. M. CROWEf.L,
No. 74, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
DEALER IN
American and European
Groceries,
IMPORTED ARD DOMESTIC PRODUCE.
Rape, Hemp and Canary Seed,
And a full assortment of
GARDE SYFO T AB.li.K SEEDS!
Beat California Mttsky Bacon, California
Cb'ersr, Apples, &c., rt-celTed by
EVEEY VESSEL FE0M THE COAST.
Particular attention giren to the purchase and sale
f all kinds of Island produce fruit, butler, eggs.
etc., etc.
J. M. CROWELL,
74. Nnnana Streat.
37 Jm
FOB SALE!
A
TWO IIorse-PrAver, Clark'a Patent,
t. in rood working rder. Two Fanning Mills
One Thrashing Machine.
For farther particulars
apply'lo
35-lm 3,
T. WATEBH0USE.
XEW 'ADVERTISEMENTS-
iSO'W LANDING!
f EX
R. Cl.WYLlE FROM BREMEN
-JITONKEY JACKETS, Ulue Pilot Cloth
1V1 Pants,
Heavy Grey Woolen Punts,
Heavy Woolen, Driver and Overshirts,
Iceland Jackets, Stockings and Sicks,
Mittens and Comforters, fv'r whalemen's use.
Light Flannel Coats t Sicks blaca, blue, 4c,
Heavy Winter Coats. Alpaca Coats.
-Cashmere Coats, Sacks and Pants. Vests,
Cravats, India Robber Coats. Hickory Shirts,
Damask Table Covers, Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Blankets bias, scarlet, white, green and grey,
Lntiln's Extract), Eau tic Cologne,
Burlaps. Linen Thread bTsck and white,
TwUt Sewing Silk. Cotton Thread,
Brown Cotton Socks. White Cotton Stockings,
White and Fancy Cotton Shirts.
Superior White Linen Bosom Shirts.
Brown, White and Pink Cotton Undershirts,
Heavy Merino Undershirts. Saddle Girths,
Mixed Cotton SocVt, Playing Cards. Ac.
A Large Assortment of Cutlery,
AN INVOICE OF STATIONERY AND BLANK BOOKS.
Stearine Candles assorted. Palm Oil,
Camphor, Wrapping Paper. Gold Leaf,
Bath Brick, Water Monkeys.
A Large InTolcc of Crockery,
French Calf Skins, French Chocolate.
Loaf Sugar, Chi'dren's Willow Carriages,
Ultramarine Blue, Ac. Ac.
For Sale by
39-Sm n. HACKFELD A CO.
CHAMPAGNES,
WINES AND
DRAUGHT ALE.
i CASKS KII IX E WIXE,
tfc. Five hogsheads Tennant's draught ale ; -
Fire hogsheads llitchinsons draught ale ;
Heids'cks champagne, quarts and pints, warrant
ed genuine ;
Sagot A (Vs. champagne, quarts and pints, war
ranted genuine;
Ruinart Pere A t'ils champagne, quarts. warrant
ed genuine.
Jon ljnded aud fur tale by
39 3m II- HACKFELD A CO.
Ex lolani from Boston.
!
JQQ BAnilELS PltlME 1'OIIK,
licxr Bedford C. O. Whale Hoots, 30 feet,
Cases lioiub,l.aiic, Xo. 1 anil 2,
Kew Bedford Whale I.lnr,
Lances, Togsle Irons, Heavy Sea Boots,
One Tobtr'a Caboose, complete,
200 Barrels New Oil Casks !
Try Pots. For ante by
39.3m n. II ACKFELD A CO.
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
JUST RECEIVED!
V -t'-i r-l por Solo "toy
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen &. Nuuanu Streets,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
EX HAWAIIAN BARK " R. C. WYLIE,"
Tlio HPinost -ussoartxja.oxi-t
(IF
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Imported Into (Ills Market,
AND WHICH
HE OFFERS AT UEASONAHI.E HATES.
RimmePs Choice Perfumery
Fattonixed by jglr a11 tba Worli
RIMMEL'S IIILANG-I1ILANG, VANDA, H E"
na. Jockey Club, Frangipane, and other per-
fomes of exquisite fragrance.
UIMMEIS Iavendar Water, distilled from Mit
cham flowers.
Rimmel'a Toilet Vinegar, celebrated for its usofnl
and ranitarT nrorerties.
Kiinuiel'a Extract of Lime Juice and Glycerine, the
best preparation for the hair, especially in warm cli
mates. Himmcl's Dngong Oil Soap, perfumtd with Austra
lian Ettf:ilriitol-
Riinmel's Glycerine, Honey, Windsor and other
Toilet Soaps.
Biuirjel's Rose Water, Costnmo and Floral Crack
ers, very amusing lor iiairn ui parties.
Rimmel's Violet, Rose-leaf. Rice, and other Toilet
Powders. ' ' !- "
ia A liberal allowance to shippers.
' '. ' EUGENE- RIMMEIi. .
rerfnmer to II R II the Priocesof Vtr, 9, Strand,
128. Rgel.t Mnt, nd 21 Curr.Mtl, Ijitidnn;
IT. Uontemrd it Italicns, Pri, and 76, hlng's
ltuad Brighton.
' Sold by all Perfumery Tendors. (37-ly)
THOS. C. THRUM'S
STATIONERY, PERIODICAL,
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
AND
CIRCULATING LIBRARY!
Merchant Street, Honolulu,
BlaeV A Aulil's late Stand.
THE ADVERTISER having purchased the interest
of Messrs. DLACK 4 AtJLD in tho Stationary. News
and Periodical Business, will continue the same and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap, Legal-cap, Letter.
Note and Billet, and Harpers' Envelope,
Account-curreDt and Bill Paper.
Cloth-lined, Vellum. While. Blue,
Bnff and Canary Entelopes,
Black, Copying and Writing, Violet, Blue,
Carmine and Sympathetic lots. Pens and
Holders, Inkstands t Pencils iu variety,
Files cap and letter aiie, Letter Clips,
Paper Fasteners, Rubber, Erasers, Rulers,
Penracls, Red Tape, Itubber Bands,
Seating Wax. Notarial Seals, Ac.
BInnk IJooUm, I.t-dKcrw, Jonrunls,
Day, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log. Receipt and Note Books,
Peon's Letter Books, with Int.
Press Copying Books,
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards,
' Bristol Boards, Water Colors, Dominoes,
Chess and Backgammon Boarls,
Star Medicated Paper, Ac.
To the abore. with a large Supply of
AMERICAN & ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY M ML
will shortly be expected, a full and complete ass't of
TABLE & POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers. '
THo OlroiilntlTis Xaltor-airy
JTJf Will contain Standard Works or Fiction, and
New Books will be added by every Steamer.
J. F. Smith's. Dickens', Bulwers. D'IsraeK's,
Eugene Sue's, Wilkie Collins', Marryatt'i,
Jlisa Braddon'i, Mrs. Henry Wood's.
Mrs. Ellen Wood's, MissMnlbach's.Thackaray'i,
. Mrs. Orey's Victor Hogo's. T. S. Arthur's.
Pierce Eagan's, and others are now m hand.
BY THE NEXT STEA MER will be added
-Anthony Tr Hope's, Amelia B. Edwards'.
Annie Thomas', Mrs. Oliphant's, Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. Lever's, Miss Matlock's
Chas. Read's, and Mrs. S-uthwortb'i, together
with all the Latast Novels.
Engraviag, CaUgTaphy, SteacU Catting & Copying,
will still be attended to.
Thankful for past favors, the advertiser hopes, by
strict attention to business and the wants of hia pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of the same.
3r Alt orders from the Country and the other
Islands, promptly attended to. at the lowest rate.
Honolulu, Sept. 27th, 1S70. C7-6a
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
ALEX. McCLURE,
DEALER IN READY MADE CLOTHING,
......AID-....
SEAMEN'S INFiTTING AND OUTFITTING GOODS.
- Prices to suit tho Tlmos. "
pgr PleA'e call at No. 3 Nuuanu Street, nettdnor
above Aulte s saloon. jy-jm
Co and See Mr. Rayner
AS
THE TWIN BROTHERS!
AND
MR. NEILL AS CHATEAU-RENAUD !
JUST RECEIVED!
-BY THE-
BARK R. C. WYLIE !
H. HALTER MANN, Master,
IAN.EN6LISH
AND
FRENCH GOODS!
STJOIr.1 A.S
IIITE AND JlKOiVN COTTONS,
dllEETI.NUS.
White aud Brown Drills, Tickings,
Blue Cottuns, Blue Drills, Denims,
Prints, Jaconets, Urillfantes, .
Fine Coburgs and Baratheas,
Black Silk Alpacas,
Fine Lacons, Moleskins, Cambrics,
White Sateens, Nankin, Scotch Uiughams,
Marseilles, White and Oiey Linen Drills,
Liuen Duck aud Canvas, Silesias,
Liuen Crash and Diaper, Elastlo Canvas,
Blefcheil and Unbleached Linen,
Turki.h Towels, Huck Towels, Linen Napkins,
IJiidersIiirtH aud lraivcr,
Gentbmen's and Boys' CLthing,
GentVlIati, Hat Frames, Suspender, Sliipcrs.
EXTRA I1EAVY, IN ALL SIZES AND COLORS.
Horse Blankets, Sailors' Woolen Jackets,
Pea Jackets, Fine Stockings and Socks, Gloves".
Handkerchiefs in great Variety.
Blue and Fancy Flannels,
Plain and Fancy Woolen Shawls,'
Silk Embroidered Shawls.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
LATEST STYLES.
Plain, Colored and Black Cashmeres and Jacquards,
. Black Crape. Babies' Hoods, Veils.
Ostrich Feathers, Artificial Flowers.
FIXE ASSORTMENT OF TRDIjIIXGS.
Braids, Epaulets, Tastels, Bed Fringes,
Silk Illusion, Mosquito Netting, Oil Silk.
BUCK AND' COLORED SILlf RIBBONS !
ALL WIDTHS
Hair Pins: Lad?es' Belli. Skirts. .Beads
India Rubber Chains, India Rubber Ear Rings,
Oilt Ear Rings. India Rubber Combs,
Tooth Combs, Ilrjocbes..
BuUorjSfpf .allDascriptions.
nair Nets;BuckUslIookj'andcEycs 'j l' .,
Sewing Cotton, Senjng Silk, .Iron Thread,
Brooks' and Clark's Spool Cotton r glace and
6-cord patent; i, . f , f
Black and White Lineq Thread, Needles.
Rimmel's PhiVocbme for the Hair,
Lubln's Hair Oil,
" Lubln's Extracts,
Eau do Cologne,
Umbrellas, Ponchos. Saddles, Girths,
Whip;, Spurs, Saddleeloths,.Dolls, Alum,
Pocket Knives, Table Rnirei and Forki,
Whet-Stones, Jewsharps, Muriatic Acid,
Galvanised Iron Pipe. Lead Pipe, Wicking,
Feneipg Wire, No. 5 a 6, ass'd Fencing Wire,
Accordeons. Flutes, Guitars, Violin Strings,
Iron-Stock Anchors and Chains,
Havana Cigars,
German Lager Beer,
French White Wines,
HaufSautercs, Chat. d'Yquem. Haut Bariac I8S7
RHINE WINES,
Rndesheimer, Deidesbeimer, Nlerstelner,
CLARETS,
Pontet Caaet and St. Jolien,
Mar tell, & Otartl, Depute & Co's EratiiJj-
GIK, NORDHAUESER, Ac.
For Sale toy
k OOFFSf llLAEGER & CO.
38 3t
FROM BREMEN,
N EW A DTEtolSEM i NTS.
THE LADIES OF HONOLULU
WILL HOLD
FAIR!
On Thursday Evening, Nov'r 3d,
At Srven o'clock,
At the OLYMPIC HALL !
For the Benefit of the Ladies Benevolent Society.
f3- The GRAB BAG will be open It, the after
noon. -
Ssu ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS. JS-lt
JUST RECEIVED
Per R. O. Wyllie,
From Bremen.
NGLISU PUI.NTS--Fo.ncr, Purple and
Mourning.
French prints, Taney ; Fancy mnslini ; .
V ictona lawns ; 31osquilo netting :
Superior black cburgs ;
French merino and crape; Ticking;
White shirting and long cloth ;
Bruitn and blue cotton drills, heavy ;
Brown and blue cottons; Micku'ry stripes;
Blue twilled Saxony flannels;
Imperial linens, assorted ;
White linen handkerchiefs ;
Turkry red and yellow handkerchiefs ;
White jaconet handkerchiefs;
Fancy cotton handkerchief;
Black silk elastic ; Dress goods ;
Plain and Ggured black silk ;
White linen and ribbed drill;
Fine white linen duck ; Rlack lining silk;;''"-; ,7
Blac-t hair cloth for tailor's use ;
Blue twill ; Blue pique ; Cashmere ;
Veil barege, assorted colors.
For Sale by
39 3m II. HACKFELD A CO.
JUST RECEIVED
Per R. O. Wyllie.
in TONS 1IHIGUT FENCING WIKE,
XCl 2.P00, bundles be.-t English hoop iron, ass'd sites.
Fire bricks, square and srch; Pipeclay;
Fire clay ; 3 oak boats, for coaster's use;
Black and white marble tiles;
50 tons Liverpool salt; 20.000 roofing slates;
Manila rope, 200 coils. J.'j. 1 and 1 1 Inch ;
100 pieces Russia ravens duck.
Scotch hemp canvas ; Casks sheet zinc ;
Eaele sail twine; Muntt yellow metal and nails ;
00 feet J inch galvanised iron pipes ;
Bundles shtel iron; liith't;1
West Hartley steam coal ;
Invoice of paper hangings, assorted ;
Baies crk ; I'emij bns : Market barkets;
Sugar boiler's thermometers ;
Iron tinned sauce pans and tea kettles ;
Iuroice f English saddlery.
i 'I . For Sale by
39-.tm II. HACKFELD A, CO.
PACKET LINES.
EEG0LAE 'DISPATCH LINE.
For San Francisco..
' ' The Fine Clipper Bark
&L O p J&E E3T, :b.
PULLKR, - - - - .Hosier,
Will be dispatched for San Franrisco
On or tvlootx Oct'r IStli.
Freights will he received on the Wharf or at the
Warehouse of the undersigned. Liberal advances
made un merchandise.
C. BREWER A CO.. Agents,
33 Market Wharf.
HAWAIIAK PACKET LINE.
For San Francisco.
The A 1 Packet Bark
D. C. . MURRAY, &
X. T. IIEXSETT Master.
Will bo doe on or about the 5th of October, and
will sail for tho Above port on or about the
20tlx of October.
For freight or pasture, having su-erior accommo
dations fur cabin and steerage passengers, apply to
37 WALKLR t ALLEN, Agents.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
The California, Kfr Zealand
7 IV rtuiiniiiii avAnia atuiuc oi
z.n Steam 1'ackct.
The Splendid SteamiMps
WONGA WONCA,
1450 lone Stewart, Com'r,
ASD
CITY of MELBOURNE,
1200 tone T. Grainger, Com'r,
Will run regularly between Honolulu and the above
ports, connecting attllnnolulu with the North Pacific
Transportation Co's Steamers.
A0E.1TS AT ' ,
lIuxoLcm W. L. GREEN.
AcigtASD.. :.:.CKUICKS1MKK, SMART 4 CO.
Srnxitr. H. II. HALL, U. S. Consul.
, 14 - .Tm
CHAS. BREWER & CO'S LINE.
For New Bedford.
, tia.. ' ' . . Xi
The following Vessels will leavejhis Fall for
New Bedford:
IOLAKTI, 5&
HOPES,
;Maatcr,
FOLLOWED Br
?.-,
TheAmcrican Clipper Ship
trooDs,
Master,
F0W.0WED BY-
The American' Clipper Bark
SUATSWE1L, ... Mailer.
C. BREWER A CO., Agents,
31 - Market Wharf.
Tltc; A o rill I'itciKc TruiiHpoft:i iloii
Cotntinuj'M
SAN FRANCISCO & HONOLULU LIKE'
EiiJB The Company's Splendid Steamship
lllC'MOSES TAYLOR,
II. S. FLOVD, . . " . Commander,
WIH Lcare San Fraaclsico
On or atout . ........6ctoter 10th
1VIU Leave Ilonulula
0a or about.. . October 21th
Freight for San Franeiseu will be received at the
Steamer's "Warehouse, and' receipts'" for "Jhf same,
given ny tne unaersignea. no ettarge for storage
or cartage. Fire Rules In Warehouse, not taken by
tht Company.
Liberal Advances Hade on all Ship
meats per Steamer.
Insurance rraaranteed at Lov,r Ritaa than K. c.lt
ing Vessels. Particular can taken f Sbipmeatj of
Fruit. . '
All ordara for Rnna n b. r..-1-...J c. c
. - - iu puj iran
Cisco will be received, and filled oy return of Steamer.
jESrShipmnU from Europe and tbe United States,
intended for tbeaa, Talanrla .lit k. . : I l
, " . .. v. tnuiTcu," me
Company in San Francisco, II consigned to them, and
be forwarded by their Steamers to Honolulu,, Fa.gr.
or CntKOg, except actual outlay.
SerPaasenrera fArss vaii-l naaaf awl fax Sale flaaatar tta.1.
beforn 12 o'clock on the day of allieg, and to pro-
9A1I Bills against tbe Steamer must be pre
sented before two o'clock on tbe day of sailing, or
ther will have ta lev nra- silt (b. i.
Steamer for setllemeDt.
i-3n HlHACKFELD i CO., A ftaiu.
- -LEG. AIL NOTICES;;
SCPrtEME,Conrt of the Howajltn laUwfe,
lit'ChambersX la tU.mattar tt Uiv EtUt. eTjUCt r.
MAXIM, dceasL Eebr Mr. Jnatice ItUtmua, ta C&ia
be'ra. On reading and fillnj the ptUtlon cT tnitUm Jifrvtt, Ix.
cntor of the last will aad teatxswnt of Pas! t. Maaiai, tue
oT ttooofold, I!aad f Oibo. decnMd. pnTlflg' Oat his ae- '
rvnnt as surb Executor may be ail-vtii. al rfcal Waay hm
dbcbargfl from Mil tnut, and that itaap MaaiBlcuy I
apputat! Adiulnl.tratnr'vrith lb wilt aarvSHS.
It I 01 JVrM by tka Court, that TUUKSDAT.the Sta day
of October, a. n. 170, at Id o'clock la tfe f tccb. t mmi
the same hereby la appointed f ir taariog ta safes pattttas be
Fro tb said Jastlcr at hi Chambm la llea-lala, at which
time and (lace all pel sons tntrrtd may apT? aetl ,Lnw
rne, (f aqy they bavr, why tba mm sboeld cat r rrantrf.
aad that nutic thenar W clve bv pabbemtlc of tle order
! tn the At Oiot and Hawaiian Olatm avwpapr foe t&re
sncceMire wrts previous to said tmrinir.
" IL A. wrDIJUST,
JnMtas -f the &armo Coorv.
Attest : W R. Jail, Dapaty CJetk.
Jtaled Hon.dnlo, Oct. 4lh. 1S7U. 30-31.
NOTICEVberea proper apnlicarlna basbera aaade
U tb onoVrslirnei by ". a JJ.fCJ. AUorwty tt Is.
Chlbteuiea. fr the Klllaneat of Ike Iraudariraaf KraJa
bewa nd and lnuet. aitoalad In th IH.rrtrv of Morth Ko
haU, IsUnit. fnaw.il, M. J. C Mrtkwtabareby ctvestaaS
partlea latereated in tha bnandariea of tb aad tanda. taat
TCEJDAT. tbtiidayf November, A. . 1S7- at arctrck '
A. M. Is the Hm set fur the tvttlanwntof tne aali baaadrtaa,
at the Coajrt Ilooaa In Wahnaa, South Eobaia. -'
a a. LTMiy.
fVmndary Comatlsatooer li. X C
niia, niw.il, oct. e, ir.a. - 3t-
NOTICK. tVbereaa proper apptieatlcn baa beae Bxade
to tbe nndanlcned by II 0OPKB.ilbeatt!aiaat
if the bonadiries of the Ahnraiaa railed Kaanabm, slraalati tm
tbe Distrlct'or llsmakna. ItUed of Hawaii, 11, J. a Satlnla
hereby given to altparilra lotervatrd lit tha "beaftdarira of
lha.ild land, that Fill DAT, the 4lb day cf Nevaeabar. A. 0.
1ST0, at 9 o"ckk. A. M. la lira tiaie Ml tbe sattleauat of
the said tKmndarlea, at Mana, la Uasaao.
U. A. LTSAX.
Betaadary Com m uwiooar. 3J, J. C.
HiIo,IIw.iI. Oct. 9,1170. M.
Sl'l'nKMK COURT of the llavralUn IiUwtli,
In Probate. In tbe Slitter of tbe miDor rUUin af
WILLIASI MORSE, decewed teaUta. fV(.-ra Mr Jaaticw
Ilartwlt, iu Cbanibera, crder or nwlce of setllacaant of
Guardian's acoontl aad diaehirfv tt GearUsaik.
On raadiaii and SUag tbe retlllea af 1 !t. CaatU. to be
dlacbaxcrd trom hia troit aa OoirttUn be Ibewllt, eftbe sai.
nor cblblnn vt William Morae, di tea.il Inula; aad tbatai
accirtint aa sach Guardian zaay be allow!. It la ar?ey er
dered that FRIDAY, tbe 3 stay cf Ortaiw, A. D. ire. at
10 a. . at the Coort Room of tbe Cnart Ilooaa In llaeMlaJa
be. and the aame hereby ia appoUUd aa- tbe Hoe and lace
fur bearing tbe aaid patillon. whan all coocarwril taay appaar
and show cauie, if any tbay have, why tbe aaeie net
be granted. Tbis order is to be pablUha! O tbree snccvaaive
watks in tbe Government Glttrrs prtvioaa to aaid beertag.
ALTRJCD S. IIASTWXLU
Jontke $apxeme Court.
Attest: L. McCcUT, Clark.
Dated llonoluto, Sept. . 1'TIX
SUI'ItK.HK CUCKT-tii Baokroptcr. Ja tbe
Matter of tbe Bankruptcy of S. M. CARTER, a Tela.,
tary Rankrapt
Notice Is herrby given to tbe Creditor f ibla XaUK who
have proven their claima and who ate entitled to vte- that
tbe clrctKMi brr A.ige ia Raakraptcy wilt be beld la tne
Clerk'a office of the tfepreme Oort at IU o'clock a. IS , ea
TI1UIUDAT, the 13th Ur of Octnb-r, A. I. 1STO.
WALTEBR.3SAL.
Depaty Clerk Seprvsoe Cavrt.
Dated IloofJala. Oct. 3d. IST0. 30-n.
SUI'IIE.HE COURT orihe Ilatvallanlatatada,
In tbe matter f tbe EsUte of liar late Uejaaty Qea
Duwaaar, II K. Kapakuabili, belor Mr Jaatire laklainann.
in Probate.
On rradmgtnd tiling tbe retttlnn of CIlARLtS KA5AIXA.
tbe urartt if kin of said deceaaed diwl fntratat a llolwta.'B
on tbe 3-tb day of SeptamWr, A. D 1STH aad prayb g ttt
Chaa. II. Joibl mav be appt(ntad AdmlabrnttflrrLf aaal Katate.
It Is l.trel.jr ordered, tbatTbsradav tb Utk day of Uetober
out, b- Died for tbe brarlorof ull petllka. at 10 e'etock
a. M .before Ibe Hun. II. A. WldaBiann. JaatkeaaaXa-aaaiJ
at tl,r Coort tbxiae, in tbe City of llooolala. and that cabH
cati n tberi'f b niaIe f.f at laeat three fcceaaatve aw., la
tie lUwAiiisG.tETil and Au Okta oewapepers pabalabaj
In said llomdata, previous to said haarleg.
II. A. W1DEMANV.
Aamriale Jiutlcw Jepvan Guort.
Atteat : WALTER R. SKAL. tVpot, Clark:
Dalol at Honolulu tbla 27lb day of tfapL A. D. HTa J7-
f KG I. NOTICK In tbe miliar of tbe Estate a
JLi THOMAS SIIIEL.
Proper appllcatlna hiving been made to tbe Honorable A.
J. Laarrnce. ClrcolC Jadzerf tbe Second JaJkUtarrwit. bv
llaory Dickinson, stn'r, Letttrs tf AJmfh.tntloe efoa
I the batite of Tbomas Sblal. late drereataf loteailta. natJca la
frabv given to all wboos It may eeacerv, that MtoDAT,
tbe ttlh day of October. 1970, at 14 achtrk la U taraaaaae,
la a day and buur appointed by oia tor bajring tbe apfftea.
tiou for Letlerr Administration ara-raaMMs4lbjvrreae
that may beiotfered Iberete, at tbe Ceert lleose la tbe towm
of Labaina, Maol, II. L
A. J. LAWRESC.
rirrnlt Judge or 2nd Judicial Clrtolt, It. I.
Ihalaa. Maul. Aogast ilh. IWtt-Ju-Ht
NOTICE. In the matter of" the Kataie of
8. P. KORO. Keceatad. laleofSocU K-diala, lU-a.
ITiitaf application having bean bade tw tbe niwleraigwad
by WiIIIiq, Mvracburgh, fitr bla Ulbarge from tbedatl-aaad
reapnnaibiHtlee as adnilntatraU4 to the above named Estate,
therefore, notice 14 hereby given to all when tnay eaajreni,
that Wedueadaj. OctoUr Klh. at 10 eMuck a. St., ia tbe day
and hour appotnteil fer tbe heerfngto tbe aaid znatttr. and of
aoy oljeetlens that may be made toaawj dwebarge baiag gria
ti,at Puohur, NurtU Kobala. Ilawalt.
CHARLES FREDERICK HART.
g. Koea lliwilt. etpt. I imp. 17 Clrealt JaJie. 3.1 J. V.
NOTIL'KIn the matter of the Eatate or
OIU i-IM.MO.N3.
Proper apiJIcation bavlog been made W tbe eoderaigliad y
J. A yiran-na, fur tettara f admlalatratKan npioa tbe Eitate
of U1LI SIMMONS, deceaaed, l.leofll-makaa Ulead ll.waB.
Notice la berebv ciren to all wbnei It suav cwae. rn. I Lit llao-
ilay, October ."lit. IsTO. at 9 o ilork i. a. b Ibe -ay aad
boar appointed fur brarlng tbe alld aiatlar. and all etsWrtlotaa
that may be nude to granites; laid lattara of Mlmhalalratluaj,
at the Cvuat House, lo IV aimea.'5outh Ki-bali. Hawaii.
Charles rr.EDr.r.icK hart
8. Kona. Hawaii. ?ept 7. 1S7B, firceit Jedga. sat J. P.
IX Ilie 31. tier or (lie Estate of FltEDIUCK
IIBIA3IAX.
Proprr aplivation baaing Maen naade to tbe aodarsbrned,
by FKANt la tl'l .NCKK, fur bia discharge rrem Ue raapoo.
ibllitiea as admialattaur to Ibe iU.it aanedXatata tto-ra-fore.
notire ia hereby glvan to all whom It may coocara. tbat
SIONDAl'.'Ortobar Slit. 1S70, St 10 (Tclotb J. X, W the day
and boor appointed tor the hearing In. Ibe said matur, aad of
any olfactions that may be mada to safe! ducbarge betag
granted, at Ibe Court llouie In Walmae, 9. Kobala, Hawaii.
CHARLES FREDERICK HART.
Cu-.3odge,r3d Jad. rtreeit.
8. Kona. Hawaii, Sept, 6th, HCa. g-u
IX the Hatter of the application for tn
proof of tbe Will of KAMALAUAILALOfk).
Troper application bavlog bat a made to tbe nndmlgned,
by 11. CIlRUTIAb'eEN, that a day beacpclated te- Ibe aaev.
Ingtf the Wilt of Kitnalamaltala (k) daceaard, lataof'Pue.
k.a, KolnU- Hi wall-., aatlce ie baraby give teallwbem II
may concern, that WEDNESDAY.1 Octcbarttth. H7t. at 10
o'cl. ck X ia the day and bear appulalad it tbe bearlag
of tbe proof of aaid Will, aad all 4jactluM tbat wj ta at
feted tbereto, at Punbne, N- Kpbala, llaaalL
CHARLES rKFDERICK HART,
" . " , Cir. Judge, Sd Jad. Cb-reiL
.8. Kona, Hawaii, Sept. Jtb, 170. ST-
T 1ST OP JUItOtlS
lor tbe Nosambar Term of Or
Li cnit Coort. 3d Judicial
Lircmi, nausea, Hawaii.
Kaetemaknle,
Pulubl.
Kamilaonnl;
Pnojbuleif
Klnaona
Kiloa Lugela,
Poal, "
Kepekalo,a
. ..Kamikaist,
LanlkaW -Ktklbl,
Pualoa,
iiiio, sept, liib.'irro.
KeaWha,
J W KibalewaL
Kail.
Kteaba,
Opubei
Keopaa,
(- Kaaaaaaa,
Seahonnt,
' HiT-akiaiia,
Xaawa,
N.ibL
D. w. iiiiciicocr.
itarrk,tauj a
Australasian Steam Navgiation Co
TUK UNDERSIGNED having
been appointed the Agents of the AUS
TRALASIAS BTEAM SAVIOATIOX
Co. at Honolulu, the Company wilt not Veircspeaslbl
f ;r any debts contracted on accouatof their vessel,
the Wi.nga Wonga."or " City of Melbourne," with
out their mitten authority.
Zi-lm C. BREWER A Co.
For Sale or Charter, .
THE IRON PADDLE.
Z2i tons a. a'.. 219 tons register. oseiQatiug cagtnea
S. it. F. 120. ..Speed tnikei Iba pa-sage from JSvw
castle wharf to Sydney wharf ($7 and 2-Jth mrTev) ia
C hours, in fine weitber. Ararage speed understrata
only Id knots. CuaumptioDdfeoaIperday,2fitQQ4 ;
coal in bunkers. .0 tons. Carries 1409 bag! of maixe
under hatchet. Draft o' water 4 ft Iigbt. T ft 6-in
loaded. Good passenger accommodation In saloon
and fre-cabin. Fnll lermsesygotcgcertiScatelo farce.
Fr further particulars apply to tlwilASAOER U.
R. N S N. Co-. Sydoey. J7.
Notice!
WHEREAS, the andenigned having
been appointed by the lion. A. J. Lawrence, to
be Administrators to the Estate of O. W. Kaee, (i)
of Wailuku, Island f Maul, deceased : Therefore, all
persons indebted ta the said 'stale, are requested to
make immediate payment to at, at Wailuku, aad all
perseinrhivtog claims against said estate will present
the tame.
a. w. wruoso.
S- KALAIEOA.
7- Wailoku, Sept. 6lh. 1870. AdministraWi. lo
Sugar Plantatioa for Lease !
At IIoBOlpH, Blitrlct ut Kaitalet,
STavrall.
AT a reatoBable price aBrfteraii, Fifir
acres under cane wlta mure taod aroondlt St far
growing, with Mill, Cattle. Carta, Sorghum-pan. and
every requisite to carry on growing and griadtsg'
cane. The Mill is driven by bone-power. Vor par
ticulars apply to 11. Cbtiitiansen. Uonoipu. or tn
J0HS THOMAS WATSSKiitDCSE-37-fat
" Xonoldln.
Tor Sate
EST WALLS KJfD-STKA If B0U COAX,
XJ Alee a lot of seeoeH! bead Tire Sriefcs.
. AiJrS
Afi 3tk, imltf
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