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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, October 12, 1870, Image 3

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CO.n.-ilIlItClAL,.
UOXOLOLU. OCrOIlEll 11, 1870.
ThiSoSj foreign arrlval'aince ourlastpssue Istbe
llswaUan.bark Ma'uniloa, frouijSan Francisco, bring
ing tiro daj later dates than those by the iteamer.
The D. C Murray m to-ha-e sailed on the 24th
Sept., and would now be 17 dirs out, although we
can not leak for her until we hate a change In the
weather. - ;v .,
The abip Harriet Irwin railed on the 5th for San
Franclsea, taking a. small 'mail. j- s
The bark Comet ii the only resscl in port up for
freijtbt rather an unusual thing. Still, there is but
little freight String; few plantations are grinding,
and it Fs cot HVeiy That much of our dirk sugars will
go toward the Coast this'fall, inasmuch as a -es.-el is
abaat dacfcwm S.lner, which will, no doubt, take a
full enrgo in that direction.
Tbe auction rooms appear to be kept well filled
with all kinds of goods. Many are anxious to re
duce their stocks to make room for merchandUo en
the way, and to realize in time to Surest in Exchange
during the fall season ; while most people are of the
oplntao that oar market.wilt be well supplied without
any prospect of an advance.
The steamer Kilauea sailed yesterday for IlIIo, tak
ing an nnufuat number of passengers.
AKItlVKD.
0ctbi6-fiirJVnrkk, fm HoUkil. '
Mr Paoohi. flu Hawaii,
a Sear Wales. fi Mini.
fcr Kitty Oartwnpbt, flu Kauai.
7 Sebr Jeenv, fm KaiMi.
S S4ir llaknlole, fm Hawaii.
Jlaw 1 ,Mim1, llriKKf, 3 days In S F.
gear Kate Le fm llifl.
Schr Prince, fm Hawaii.
9 9a a Yiialtee. rm Koolau.
.Sear IlaUK rm Kaosi.
StLr !!) Kay, fm Keolau.
'Schr LI to. fm K.-.Ua.
SAILKD.
October i Am sbp Harriet Irwin, Unnel, tot S Francisco.
Sjhr Iary. for fiaVnotiiwe.
SJirlJt Vaakeo, f.ir Koulau.
G Sehr Kawol, fr Maul.
Safer Warwiek, tor MolokaL
S-Scfcr WafoK fsr Maat.
10 11 B M S WngoT. Brooks, f.r Japan.
Soar KDaitea. for tt'tndaard ports.
Eobr JHiy. for Kauai.
11 Str Lire Yankee, for Konlao.
iassi:.a:i:iS.
FoOVladard Iwu, rr Kllio.a, Oct 10. His Ea F W
ILlchfaoo. III. F.a J M Smith, Ills Ex 1' Xattaoletua, M
liaison. Wife 4 Senrant, Hon S N Cattle, Dr. Payne, U S ',
Licat Walker, V S S, limit Cochrane. 0 S N, Dr A C llnnum,
CII JoM, F.1I IUjd. P II Trea.lay, and Wife, Mrs King, CK
Lowe W Caravell, Mr SeOer, Mr Wooley, J Holt, Mr Afon-,
Mr Tuaat: SnuOfC. Mr Akaoa, W Drtkley, W K SnodgraK, J
L Kiag. Mr Roll; Mr Ilywaa aud 3 others, 32 cabin, and ICO
act. tout : lt
i.ooai. inkivs.
Phases of the Moon for October, 1870,
raoHtta or carr. Bksin airn.
HONOLULU ilEAN TIME.
Oct 1st, lot Qsjwlar 10 49 ah
Oct Mi. Fn Mo - 3 12 tt
Oct Ufa. lJtot (taartor 7 42 A
Oct Jra, Sew Houa 8 04 ax
Oft JBU, LHmuUf. ....... .v. jPOx
1st, ? Woo.
. His... .Son Sots.
. S 4!m
hi. Saa War". .- K Sun 5ct.. ......... S 39 ..
Utk. 8-Hsse:....',-o.-....8Bfttt.SA 5 38 ..
31,1 !a Kbca 6M SauFits :. S
MaiLC The D. C. Murray it due from San Fran
esse, and it d'mktleas delayed by light winds. The
Comet sails about the first of next week, with .tbc
Eastern mails.
Vauubib Paintings. Bartow "wllloffer for
eat at Ibereoldciice Vf Mr. A. II. llart'll on Monday
next, eoise very fine paintings In oil, by standard
(rtlota. See catalogue and udvcrtlsintnt.
MoeiCIAL ENTCUTAlXMtNT. Jlr. A. II. Havcll,
Tocal and Inetrumeuul pcrfunucr, pi res a fu re well
comert to-morrow cTeiilug at BulTum's Hall. Tlie
prntrrainme of sixteen otings and ducts promises a
rare tatwtcial trent.
FaiRS-Tlfc" Aettn -Fair, in'ii.l of the German
Relief l'aod, will take place at Olympic Ilall.Xuuanu
atraet, om Strdy next.
The Ladies' Pair, for the benefit of the Ladies'
Heoeroleat Society, will be held on Thursday even
ing. Xsi. Jd. a loo at the Olympic Hall.
Trc Mirnxu-siiSKK Aai. A Jittlo item in our
last abvot the French having appropriated tha Gat
lixt gun, lead to be an American invention, was ,it
seW " appropriated by tho Arfrcrfuer, word for
ward, but without the proper credit. Larceny of
newspaper items Is cutting things down pretty small,
tbeagh a printer might term it ' a fat take."
Miutart and Fikeuan's FoNEitAL. On Monday
loot, Mr. ttebert Kvdzlc-y, n yount Hawaiian, who
died the previous day. Hie eon of a former old resi
dent of Walmea, Hawaii, was bnrled by bis com
rades of the Honolulu Rifles, under arms, aud depu
tations of the Fire Companies, of both wbich orga
nization the 'deceased was a member. The body
tth taken to Ibe Roman Catholic Church and from
tbenee to the Cemetery at Kulaokalma.
A nxxic or.niE Past. Recently In excavating
the bed of an ancient taro-palcli at Kalanao, In order
to convert It Into a fish-pond, a nooden Image was
cxharaed, doubtless one of the ancient Idols, nlrfcli,
at tbe accession of Kamcbameba II. and the general
overthrow of the old system, were either destroyed
or bMdeu away. The present specimen i dcscrtbi d
to be about six feet In length, elaborately carved to
refyetrit an txsggetated likeness of tbo human
fArm. and to be so heavy that no one man can lilt 1L
BuenT and Ants. From Koiia, we hear numer
oss complaints, oot nly of the blight on the coQVe
trres, astM has prevailed there during a number of
yi-ar past, bat of a new pest id tbe shape of ants,
ed thiwe Um of a new kind, which, swarming In
ayriads,,arc said to burrow at lire roots of the
ewaiogr-trws. Attacking thus th ItaI source of
t be tree, it soon wilts and erIohes. 1 f some remedy
can not be found against these t o evils, ihe bllclit
or snaMs, sod tbelr adjuncts, tbe ants, Kona coffee,
and orangee win be i-curee ere long.
IIootnLC Sill.VAKtRS. In our notice last week,
f tbe ihereegh -and satisfactory manner In which the
refaurs had been made on tbe ship John Bryant, we
iaa4rrtaatly otaitted to mention the fact that the
same teste! has received an entire suit of sails, made
tbe left t Messrs. J. M. Oat .t Co. of this city,
a ad wbleb are acknowledged by shipmasters ta be
rajsisl. la polat of workmanship and material, to any
that are tamed out of the lofts of Xew Tork or Bos
tan saoieed. ene shipmaster was heard to say, that
the wfirk of our Honolulu mechanics was more faith
faQy dene than elsewhere in his experience. Cer
tainly a high eompHinent.
GoviasitxiT Water Occasionally, in taking an
early meroing walk abont the city, at an hour when
mart people aside from milkmen, butchers, bakers,
and newspaper reportersj ( 1 ) are stitl hogging their
piDews. we cams across mysterious-looking puddles
of water in the streets, and looking about for the
cause ef aach lavish waste or Heaven's mercy, the
pare and sparkling water, it is found to bo oozing out
of the premises of some one who has carelessly al
lowed his Irrigation hose to run all night. And this
has occurred, too, during the dryest summer months.
This note is Intended as a gentle Intimation to such
parties that they make themselves lUbla to bare the
supply eat efi
Litelt Tints 05 Kauai. The Police on Eanal
appear to have been extremely vigilant of late, or else
tbe people of that island the most ferti'e of the
group are becnmingdem-iralised by luxurious habits.
A recent letter from the Sheriff, states that in the
course of one week in a radius of fifteen miles, no less
than twenty-six arrests were made for various of
fences, prominent among which were drunkenness,
and the furnishing and selling intoxicating drinks.
One Kalima, a notorious quack, was fined fifty dol
lars for practicing medicine without a license! He
was also a professor of tbo mystery of oaaaaa, and
was held in great dread by the Ignorant on acconnt
of his supposed magical powers. For theseunlawfu!
practices be was sentenced ta one year's Imprison
cement at hard labor.
Wb would call attention to the large auction sale
of new and det-irable goods to be held tomorrow
by Bartow, at the store of Mes-rs. F. A. Schae-
fer fcCo. The goode to be sold are among tbe best
selections for J his market lwhlchl bavebeen offered
johe tn.de. year. , - .j& x
Dat or Atonement. Last Wednesday, October
ftb, was I bejel tub JIulyday, krt-iwji as tlie d.ty if
atonement, and was observed ceiierally by our lei
low citizens of that faith, Ivy closing tbelr places of
.-uc-iikbo. mi,u Kiusvoeaiu iuAaron,"Tgo to tlie
altar, ?nd offer thy sfli-offerlng, and thy buriii-oflVr-
inir, and make atonement for thyself and tbe peo
pie." LcvllIcaVsT.'- '
TuttEE nnsnRrni Tears Ago. It I n curious fact
tn btt-rymrmUered nuw. that onllie 'ii ofMuy, 15M,
the'Unlri-rslty'6r-Ca'mbrirli:e,':tigland, n-miuncrd
tbe Papacy, and on the following year surrendered
to" Bluff King Hal," Henry VIII. of Engiand, ull
Its charters and muniments. One year ufter, these
charters and muniments, with all tlie,prlvilrges were
restored by the King to the College corporation,
with which they remain to Ibis day.
We learn from Japan, that on tbe 1st of August,
tbe boiler of tbe American steamer City of Yeddo
exploded as she was leaving the qoay at Yeddo lor
Yokohama. The Rev. Mr. Cornes, of the American
Mission, bis wire and eldest child with Its nurse
vterc Instantly killed, with the engineer of the boat
and nine Japanese passengers. Sixty-two wounded
natives had since died from tbelr injuries. Betides
tbe above, a large number of iiasseiitrers were more
or less seriously injured. The cause, of the explo
sion was probably through the carelessness of the
engineer, In allowing the water to get too low In the
boiler.
' Aw example of;tbe enterprise of the; Chicago mer
chants was given at the time of the great tlrctlierc,
on the 41b of Sepletnbvr, which destroyed some
$3,000,000 worth of property,; :The Drake, Block,
which was destroyed, was occupied by 'some of the
most extensive business bouses in the city, and con
taihudtvast piles ofinercbandUc. Amongthc heavy
films occupying the Block, the bouoc of J. V Far
well & Co.'s lot-ses fooled up the heaviest it being
estimated at $730,000 over Insurance: Mr. Simeon
Farwell, of this firm, was among the first at tbe
scene of conflairratlon, and upon 6eeing there was
no hope of saving the" building, at once proroeded
to rent another, and bad completed the bargain in
twenty-five minutes after the fire bar) commenced,
and wlililn fifteen minutes after tbe bargain was
closed three other part leu', "who were also Ibefiig
burned out, had applied for the same building.
jTliino Ants. ThU Is a-genus-of insect of the
order llymenopiera, (as'they" ere named In Encyclo
pedias,) which has lately made its appearance in
these Islands. Where tbejvcame from is a myotery.
as they were till recently unknown here. They are
winged, and noclurnally moke their appearance
wherever a light. Is burning, -flying, buzzing, and
racing about over bonks and papers, Into one's ears
atidover one's clothes, constituting an annoyance
that cm only be evaded by putting out the candle.
It Is, moreover, a (tinned by those who have closely
observed tlum,, that In tbe morning they will be
found to have shed their wings, and that Instead of
the racing, rampant style of the tdglit, they settle
down as quiet hook-.worins. After daylight, they
can be found In large numbers, stone J anay be
tween the covers of your books, where, in their
transmogrified- shape, they are quietly gnawing
away on the Mgen, Insect life In the tropics is
wonderfully pnilllie, but if we ore to believe the an
cient Hawaliati6,.mnequltos1 ileus, bed-bugs, tcor
plons, ceutlpedes, and last, not least, ants, are all of
lorelgii.griinth and Importation. Tlierrog,,B ue.
known insect-destroyer, though Introduced, did not
live here, and we have never had any snakes on the
Islands, so we owe no thanks fj St. Pjtrick .on that
6Corc There are, however, jungles on Hawaii and
Maul, and swampy dells on Kauai, that would be
singularly well suited lor the abode of snakes.
Tue Kilauea on licit Tkial Tmr. The trial trip
ofthe.stentner Kilama, w hich took place on Wed
nesday lust, the 5tb Instant, was a very succcfSful
one, and demonstrated that this old public favorite
Is now, after a thorough repairing and overhauling,
quite as good as new, and some think even better.
Quite a large party of Invited excursionists, among
wnotn were the .Ministers ot Interior and Finance,
and a number of other Government nflhljls, and
prominent citizens, were on board and eiiiond Un
til p. At ll:IOV ii." the boat backed out from her
old berth, and at 11:11' t teamed ahead. At 11:15
passed the light-house in the channel: at 11:21
iasoJUie sparJiuoy. A patent log was on board
lu chaige of experienced ship-masters, and as she
headed up past Diamond Head, Willi a fresh trade
wind and moderate swell, at 12:S0, it was found tnat
she had made seven and a quarter .knots for tbe first
hour. Al 1:30 the log indicated a distancr steamed
of iyi knots during the' second hour ;' at '2:S0, 7
knots, (on tbe return.) to the spar buoy. At3:2S,
passed tlie light, making SaV knots in 3 hours and
32 minutes. This, considering the trlmof'llieVes.
sel, and that her boilers were new, as well a) some
portions of tbe machinery, was deemed quite satis-
factory by those beetquallfled jtojudge. The
amount, of.coul consumed (Sidney) wag at the rate
of 730 lbs. an hour.
The public necessity of inter-Island steam com
munication is too self-evident to need any argu
ufnit, and as" private parties could not apparently
be found to conduct the enterprise satisfactorily
without a large subsidy, it "was enilnfntly proper
that the Government should provide the public
with this needed accommodation. This stearn'rinid
between our rough Island channels is quite as much
a public Improvement us any road on land.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
Saturday Evening, Oct. 15.
THE GREAT SENSATION DRAMA OF
The Corsican Brothers
Fabian and Louis .........Mr. Rayner
M. Chatcau-Renaud Mr. 2fie.il
. S5l- In order to give due effect to the Tableaux,
several gentlemen have volunteered their services for
the occasion. . . ,
TO CONCLUDE WITH
A FAVORITE FARCE I .
3Si Admiss'mn Dress Circle acd Parquette. One
Dollar Pit, Fifty Cents. Doors open at Seven,
Entertainment commences at half pa Seven o'cl'ick.
JAMES E... LEWIS, '
Cooper cfc G-auser,
3j Having purchased tbo interest of tfcr
HUMr. GEORGE NORTON, in the Coop- SSt
er e-bi'p on the Esplanade, Is nw prepared to do all
manner 01 worx jn nis line 01 Business, at tbe bhop
on Fort Street, next to tbe Custom House, and also
at his old siand on Kinc Street. .t9 3t
WAGON TOR SAEE.
ANEW, two-horse Wagon,
with Heavy Patent Springs,
and warranted to carry two tons I-1
suitable for a Plantation, and will be sold low. Ap
ply at tbe Cooperage to
38 tt JAJitb Li. LbVliS.
BANK EXCHANGE.
TUB UNDCltSIUyED beg to notify the
public that they have re-opened the itvive ttell-
Rnonn ana popular Saloon, wnera will always be
found an assortment of the
Best Wines, Liquors and Ales,
that -the market affords, and customers may be assur
ed that tbey will find an experienced bar-tender, and
every attention to their comforts.
Mr. ANDREW J. CAHILL,
Who oEciited at the orenine of this establishment
some eight years ago, now at the -cpening. stands
ready to welcome his numerous friends and acquaint
ances. .
The Billiard Room, which is the lareest and coolest
in the city, contains . ,
THREE SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLESJ
With all the Latest Improvements. "
G. C. EIDERS. 1.,. , .
Honolulu, Bept..2T; 1S70. 37-Jm
Rotal Hawaiian Tiieathe. Messrs Rayner and
Neill gave one of their entertainments on Saturday
evening last, when they presented some of their best
selections In comedy and tragedy to a delighted
though, we are lorry to say a small audience, 'pn
'Monday they performed before a large and select
audience, all of whom were highly pleased. The
laughable farce of "Two in the morning" was capl
tally perlonned and l!ritrd trreat applause. Mr.
Kuyitrrs I'rr-ouiiiii.ps ofiRiel ard and I.C" w-re on
exceptional, parlieularlyliie'latter.'iti wliich charac
ter he has acquired great fame in the Aur-tralian Co
loules. Mr. Keill'p Othello km excellent, notliwith-
standing Mr. N., was laboring under the dii-sdvatu
tages of a severe cold and coneequcnt Iioarcem-s-.
The recital of the "Charge of the Llgiil Brigade"
by Mr. Rayner, although rendered differently than
by .Mr. Walter Montgomery, was conridered b
many as quite equal In every respect. Mr. Xeill'e
"Vulgar Boy'' was one of the cent f the evening.
On Salurdaj-. evening next Mr. Ravner purposes
playing selections from tlie great sensation drama of
tbe Cursican JJruthtri. We have been favored with
a brier outline of the plot of tbe piece, and as some
of our readers msy be unacquainted with it, we take
the opportunity of placing It before them: "The
Corsican Brothers are twins, and n hcu born were
joined together by a fleshy cord, in a similar man
ner to the Siamese fwins. The Corslcane, however,
were separated In youth, but In afterllle, any feeling
tha actuated the one w'as lelt fy'the"olher. One of
the brothers (Louis) resides in Pjris ; the other (Fa
bian) In CorsieaT Tbe former quarrels with a French
man named Chatcau-Renaud; a duel ensues, and re
sults jnJbe deHtb of Lonlsr The Ghost -ot Louis'ap-.
pears To Fabian In Corsica ;" the latler, In a vision. Is
made aware ofjhe whole circumstances of the deed,
and not-only recognlsesbis brother, but aloo his
murderer. Fabian then proceeds to Paris to carry
out the Corsican vendetta; finds Chatcau-Renaud,
,force,liitn into u duel, and revenges bis brother's
odeath.'' Mr. Rayner will sustain the part of two
brothers, Mr. Nell that of Chateau-Renaud, and in
order to give due effect ty the tableaux, several gen
tlemen bate volunteered their services.
A Prussian Memorial Monument. In tbe Eu
ropeoii correspondence ofa late' American -paper,
we find the following description of a monument
now In course of erection by the Prussian Govern-
"In the King's Square, at Berlin, Is a huge monu
ment, upon which are seeu men working daily with
great diligence; but sucfilis Its-magnitude that,
with all possible industry, it can not be finished in
less than three or louryears. It is to commemorate
Prussian victories. . Upon a jjreat granite base, there
are bronze reliefs, representing campaign incidents
of tlie wars ot 1S61 and, 1SGC. prom the base rise
.slxfcen granite pillars, forming- a sort of arched and
open chamber, and from the midst of this risis a
mtejjtv, sandstone cjlunin, covered to about a third
of lis height with frescoe paiuflngs, which com
memorate Incidents Illustrative of the spirit of sacri
fice which animated. the nation during those wars.
Trophies are introduced ill the shape of twenty
Danish and forty Austrian brass cannon, which arc
festooned wjth.bronze laurel jvrca'tbs.. Iris Intended
to crown tbe central pillar with a "Goddess of Vic
'tory,' holding .1' wreath in one baud aud a flag In
the other. This figure, w hich has been modeled Jiy
Drake, is to lie ca In gun-metal. The monument
will lie 200. feet high, and Hie summit will be reached
by a spiral staircase in tue interior. Tbe A bole was
designed by-Stmck." 1
The events of the present,, campaign against
France, so stupendous in their resuls, will doubt
less so ul)er the style of this monument that Its
completion wTlt'.be .till furtlicr'jlelayedr' aiflr per
haps the victories achieved through the needle-gun
will be deemed worthy of conimeinoralion by a
sejtarate monument.
KEDZLEY. Id H.mMu'u, on Sunday, tfieQtb int., Eo
.est Kedzlvt, aged nbont Stfytirn.
VAIN WINKLE. Id nuiidulo. on FrWijr, Sept. Htli, Jt
W. ,ViKLr, nged about 35jrMr8.n,.atnn patrs c-pj-j
ArPLKTOX. At Bangor, Maine, U. S. A.t August 31t,
Oc5sUL Johs A. Appletox, sod cf Chief Justice Apirlrt n .f
Maine, and neLw to tlie llin'. H ll. Allen, Chief Jnstice of
thte Kingduni, ngel SZjem.
Our retailers will rgret to,ber of-the deftth cf OenenilAp
pletinAt therewidence of his jureuti Inbutp'T, .Maiiw, on
31st ijf August Utt. General Apple ton was n gvntleman tf
rare attaluments jiod vt-a. geniaj nature wMch attracted all
with whom he came in contact, Abuut a year ago he riMtcd
here with hia hruther, l-tli of whom had taken the sea yoj
ge nruund Capo Horn with thb hepo of benefiting their
health. Loth of them being in Sii adrantrd stage t-f consump
tion. The Oeneral brother dfed here a tew weeks after
tbelr arrival, and he, after a few month?, finding his health
unimproTeri. returned to the United States. Shortly before
his death he had received the ttpointment cf C. . District
Judge for the northern district of Texas, lie had served
with honor through the late American rebellion, when he
contracted th ftat dt?ase of which he died. ,
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BUFFUM'S HALL.
MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT
VOCAL & INSTRUMENTAL.
BEGS HKSUECTFULLTT to announce,
that at the request of several of his friends, he
intends peine a FAREWELL CONCERT prior to
hia departure frDin Honolulu,
On Thursday Evening, Oct'r 13,
On Which Occasion
A LADY PUPIL HAS KINDLY CONSENTED TO APPEAR.
rThe Programme will consist of carefully selected
perns from the Italian and German' School, English,
Irish, Scutch and American Songs, Ac.
j&r- Admission Reserved Scats one dollar; Bock
Seats, fifty cents; Chirdren, half-price. Doors open
at balf-past seven, to commence at eight.
5U Particulars by Programmes. 3S-2t
THE GREAT SENSATION SCENES
FROM.....
THE CORSICAN BROTHERS
...:.:ox '
Saturday Evening Next,
......AND......
A. Favorite Farce.
Aft AUCTION FAIR
Will be Held .
On Saturday Evening, Oct'r 22d,
AT SEVES O'CLOrK.
AT OLYMPIC HALL IN NUUANU STREET,
FJ)R THE BEXEFIT OF
THE GERMAN SANITARY FUNJ.
The artioles t be efiered fer sale are principally
made and contributed by tbe Ladies uf German Resi
dents, censisting of Embroidery and Needle Work,
Fancy Articles, etc.
The Ladies contributing to tbe above, cordially in
vite the residents of Honolulu who desire to aid them
in this charitable object, to honor them with their
presence.
.33 ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS. ' St
JUST RECEIVED
EX.
Barkentine "Jane A. Falkinberg!"
AND FOR SALE, BY
CASTLE & COOKEi
BARRELS COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON.
Barrels Backs Colombia River Salmon,
Hf Barrels Columbia River Salmon,
Hf Barrels Salmon Bellies
31-tf Kits Salmon Bellies.
Canaries For Sale.
S For Sole, en board the R. 0. Wyllie, a
few selected Canary'Birds, warranted every one to be
a first rats linger. Price, S7.S0 each. 3S-2t
AUCTION SALES.
H 3J4lfe. s.
THIS DAY,
"Wednesday, Oct. 12th, atlO A. 3L,
i-t Snlosroom,
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING!
Prints, Brown and White Cntt"ntuHoaiery,V' . .
Blue L'uttnns. Shirting Stripe Iltunkets.
Hickory and Wo,len Shirts. Tuwels,
UnJer.hirta aud Drawers.
Boxes of-Tobaccb, Cases of KcrCscne,-' rt'1
Card Matches, Boies of Tea.
Two Large Elegant Pier Classes,
Oue Large Acsordeun, Oneewuig Machine,
A Small Lot of Furniture,
Such as Book Case, Office Table with Drawers.
Pictures Lord Nelson, Duke of Welingtnn,
Bedsteads, Desk, Washstand, Ac.
An Assortment of Drugs!
Consisting of Camphor, Tarrant's Seltzer Aperient.
Castor Oil, Spirits of Lavender. Potassa,
Copibia Capsules, Cbloride of Soda,
Sulphate ot Quinine, Sulphur,
A variety of Fluid Extracts,
Chamomile, Uva Ursi, Sursaparilla,
Beeswax, Toilet Soap, and ather articles
useful for Druggists,
5U the Drugs wmie.soli at 11:30 A. M.
' At 12 o'cloclc IVoon,
One Horse, "Wagon and Harness.
C. S. BABT0W, Auct'r.
FOR THg FALL TRADE!
LARGE CREDIT SALE
-A-t -tlxo Store of
Messrs. F. A. SCHAEFER & Co.,
ON THURSDAY,
Oct'r latla, a.t XO 3VE.,
The undersigned will sell at Public Auction, the
Large and Well Selected Assortment of
NEW GOODS JUST LANDED
Ex R. C. Wylie from Bremen,
CONSISTING OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hosiery,
Hardware, Cutlery,
and
Are3t Varety of other Merchandise.
At Ifnir.P.-ist 12 o'clock.
Groceries, Lager Beer, ,
Hollarfd'Cin,
J.''rcncli Oosnoc, .
3Px-bitxcl3L "Viixxoss,
Sherry and Port Wine, &c. &c.
rj The att'entlnri r DeaTer is' particularly re
queued to this Sale, as the G.iods ,-ffered will recom
.rftetld themelve tn tbe Trnde in scneral
TERWS IHOST LIBERflLJO BE WADE KNOWN AJSiLE
0. S nRTOW',Aucti'nce'r.
VALUABLE FISH POND!
AT AUCTION I
JSSJ- By order if S. B. DOLE. Esq., Guardian of
tue iicirs l me Uttaie pi s. i'- n-ra, l win sell at
Public Auction,
0N FRIDAY,' r
Oct'r 14, nl IS IVoois at StilcNroom,
THE LEil-si:,
For Five Years & Eleven Months,
OF- " lt
The Large and Profitable Fish Pond
Situated In the District ot Walmano,
EWA, and Inown by the name of-WELOKA,,cop,-talnioc
according to eurvey, '21 Acres.', 3fl5' it V
37
C. S. BARTOW, Anct'r.
ON SATURDAY,
October 15tli, at 12 o'clocJf, Soon,
Near the Old Custom House,
Will be Sold at Public Auction,
Four Tubular Boilers',
Taken out of the Steamer KILAUEA length 15 feet
0 inches, diameter four feet.
ALSO
One Old Bont and One Skyllclit, ,
-t, ; - ' r -n-, " n " V-tv;
A Lot of old Iron, a Lot of Bncks, -TCuts,
Cocks, Bolts and Pipes.
Lot of Waste Pipe, Kettles, Boxes, Ac.
ALSO ' ' ' '
The .Tlctnl t.-iKcn oil" tlie Ilottom of
the Steamer " ISilnnca."
38 CSJIARTOW, Auct'r.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE!
WILL BE OLD,
At the Residence of Ulr. A. II. Havcll.
IVrnni-ni-i StTCOt,
Odq door from Kukot St.,
On Monday, Oct. 17th, at 10 A. M
CO.1StSTI.1G or
Parlor, Bed Room & Kitchen Furniture
Mahogany Centre Table, Hair Cloth Sofa.
Marble Top Mahogany Sideboard, WalnutWhatnot,
Walnut Hair Ciotb Chains a'nd Reckcrs,
Wurk Tabls. Chandeliers and Chandelier Vases,
One e'egant Bra;;e!i Carpn. Ei;ht-day Clock,
Card.Uisl.ets. B joka, Bead .icadf.--ilarhle-'top
Bureau", "Cbe'Jlil BaVers,
Large- II ir Mattrass. Mosquito Net and Bedding,
Table Covers and Ornamental Articles, ' i"
One Superior Singer Sewing Machine, elegant Wal
nut Case. and in perfect order.
Glass and Crockeryxare. Meat Safe, Cook Stove,
Cookiog.Uteatils, Fine Cutlery. etc, etc- . .
. Sf as a f i '
One'Snp'r Wnsjlilnpr Vitelline,
Oas Bnperior Carriage Horse, Baggy sad Hamesi
PIANOS,
One fine Bfbord. Semigraod Piano, Broadrrood
maker. Rosewood Case '
One Cottage Piano,' Rosewood CasOby Bfinsmead.
Rosewood Cottage Piano, full Compass, Oblique,
Cheek Action, and all the most reoent improve
ments. Music StooLand a Choice Selection ofJ-Mpsic.
1ntin gs !
A number of very valuable and choice Oil Paintings,
of nhieh a list will be issued previous to sale :
3 Genuiue Paintings, by Terberg.
2 Genuine Paintings, by Havell,
1 Genuine Painting, hy
1 Genuine Painting, by Rembrhant,
1 Water Color, by O'Brien,
And other Paintings.
A Lunch will be provided at 12 o'clock, and
at 12-70 tbe Pianos and Paintings will be a1d. Mr.
HavelLwiil be in attendance, and the Pictures will
be on rtew three days prior to the sale, rii : Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, the 13th, Htb, and 15th'.
38 C. S. BABT0W, Auctioneer
AUCTION SALES.
Hy C. S. BARTOW.
DESIRABLE
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE!
."t Viaotioix.
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 18th,
At 10 o'cloclc A. 31.,
AT THE RESIDENCE OF THOS. ADAHS0H, ESQ.,
(late c. t. cnxstL.)
jzxiitcaaui. bousb,
Will be fold, all
THE FURNITURE !
OF SAID PRIVATE RESIDENCE,
Consisting of
Parlor Suits!
Marble Top Walnut Centre Tables.
Hair Clcth.Sofa. and Chairs. Whatnots;
.Card Tables, large Gilt Frame Pictures,
Chandeliers. Cane Seat Cbalrs,
Extension Dialog Table,
Dining Room Arm Chairs, two complete Dinner Sets,
White and Gilt Tea Set. Table Plated Ware,
A Variety or Glauvrni-F, Tuinhlrra. Wine and
CIiaiurMgiie tilaesta, etc.
Bed Room Furniture,
One elegannValnut Chamber Suit. (Bedstead. Mar
ble-top Bureau, Washstand and Commode), Bureaus,
Cane Chairs, Looking Glasses, Wardrobe, Bedding,
Spring and Itair Mattrasses, and Pillows.
A VARIETY OF KITCHEN FURNITURE,
XXD
Crockery-ware, with Cook Stove.
'ALSO,
California Sherry, and Superior Champagne.
Toe Parlor and Red Room Furaitnr nrn in ti1.
lent order., and nearly new.
ALSO, A VERY SUPERIOR
Double String Upright Piano!
Nearly new, and fine toned.
Altto One Good .Saddle Ilorwc.
38 C. 6. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
JSt Auction.
. By order of tbe Executors of tbe Estate of JAMES
LOUZADA, deceased, the undersigned will sell
ON SATURDAY,
October 29th, on the Premises,
At 13 o'clock A'ooii,
The Lot and Buildings,
SITUATED ON THE
Corner of Beretania & Punchbowl Streets,
and at present occupied by Jlr. S. M. CARTER.
Tbe place .is pleasantly situated for
ll jjtnTijr uiMance ir"m rue ousiness part ot tne
iiff city, vet so located as to receire tha
full iiencbt ol tne trade winds. Tho lot Is large, and
contains one large Dwelling House, with three large
Koiitna. which may bo ued as two Parlors, with
Dining Room; two large Bedrooms; one Dressing
IfiMiin ; one small Bedroom; and veranda in front
part of the building,'
One lung Out-Iinuse, containing Wood-house, Cook-hou-e,
and Stor-i-room.
One Cottage, containing two Bedrooms.
One Long' House, containing two small rooms;
Carriage Room, Horse Stall, etc., etc.
For funher particulars, inquire of R. II. Stanley,
Solicitor, or C. S. BARTOW,
6p-fit Auctioneer.
Just Received ex lolani,
Ilyam's IMltt Card
AND rOK SALE BT
(MNTIX fc cooici:.
34' '- 3m
Select CommerciaTApademy, Honolulu
Till: Ri:V. C. SEAIIM; bega to announce
that he will, (D. V.) open the above School on
Monday, Oct 3d.
N.'B. An Evening Schhol fn Young Men.
Residence. Mrs. Davis's, Hotel Street. 37-lra
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT
OF ...
New and Desirable Goods I
Daily expected by the hark ETHAN ALLEN,
And now on band,
DOWNER'S KEROSENE OIL, CALFSKINS,
r
Eight Card Matches, &c,
FOR SALE BT
J. T. WATER HO USE.
Foreclosure of Mortgage.
BEFORE the Honorable. A. S. If ARTWELL,
First Associato Justice of the Supreme Court and
Vice Chancellor
JOHN S. WALKER. Executor of the last will and
Testament of OEOROE G. HOWE, deceased vs
LEONARD MITCHELL and KAM0KUALEI his
wife. Bill in Equity foreclosure of Mortgage.
Pursuant to an order this day made in tbe above
entitled suit by tbe Hon. A. S. Hartwell First Asso
ciate Justice of tbe Supreme Court and Vice Chancel
lor of the Hawaiian Islands. Notice is hereby given
that a bill In Equity has this day been filed in tbe
above entitled suit praying for tbe Foreclosure of a
Mortgage executed by Leonard Mitchell and Kamo
kualei bis wife and delivered to George G. Howe (de
ceased) said Mortgage bearing date the 9th day of
September A. D. 18S5. and given to secure a promis
ory note payable in six months from the date afore
said with interest at the rate of one per cent per
month, on tbe laud and premises, described as tha
undivided halt of a certain piece of land sitnated at
Keoneula, Hom.Iulu, Island of Oaba H.I. and granted
to Kaheuanina for Lupe by Royal Patent No. 4(23
dated tbe 7th day of April A. D. 1859, and more fully
de-'cribed In a certain deed dated July 8th 1859. As
by reference thereto a more full description will ap
pear. And that the day of hearing said bill has been
fixed by the Hon. A. S. Hartwell. Vice Chancellor, for
Monday tbe Ulh day of October A. S. 1870, at 10
o'clock A. . at the Court room In the Court Hooia,
at Honolulu and alt persons Interested are hereby no
tified to appear and show cause if any against lb
prayer of tha Bill on or before the day assigned and
fixed for the hearing.
33-3t W. C. PARKE, Marshal.
G0TT MIT' TNS.
DIE AUF DEN SANDWICH INSELN
anwesendenDeutschen werden hierdurcb benach
riehtigt dass lm Konetlate de Nontdeutschen
Bundea Listen in Beitraegen fuer die Verpfiegung
Verwnndeter und zur Unterstuetsung der Wittwen
und Waisen gefallencr deuUcher Krieger, turZeleh-'
nung abge!egt sind.
TJcsere deutsehen Brneder fn der Heioath opfern
Gat und Blut inr Vertbeidiung vaterlseudischen
BodeostrnddeutKber Ehrel Allen hicigen dentseben
Pa'trioten wird hierdarch ebenfalls Gelegenbeit gege
ben ihre Svmpathie fuer Deatsehfaudi gerechte Sacbe
dutch die That to bekraeftigeo.
llelft ratch and nach Kraeften.
Honolulu, 12 August, 1970. 31-tf
liJL
AUCTION SALES.
By ADAMS & WILDER.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE !
JJt Auction.
ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17th,
At 10 A. 91., at Salest Room,
we will orrcit as vxxisvxvlt
Fine Assortment of Merchandise !
coMratsisa
X3try: Goods !
English Prints. Blue Denims,
Brown, Bleached and Blue Cottons,
Brown Drills, .Cobonrgs, Tickings,
' Hollands, Pant Stuff, Ac, 1c.
CLOTHING,
Woolen, Cotton and Linen Pants.
Linen Bosom and Calico Shirts,
Red, Grey, Blueand Fancy Woo! Shirts
Ladies' and Genta' Hosiery, o
Faney Goods,
rfemes. Soaps, Umbrellas,
Trimmed Hats. Watch Guards, etc.,
GROCERIES I
Teast Powder, Koglish Piclles, t
Herrings, t;alad Oil,
Preserved Ginger, etc.. etc
CROCKERY, LAMPS AND GLASSWARE.
China and German Cigars.
Tobacco, Candies,
Boston Card Matehes,
Kerosene Oil, etc.
ALSO
LOtt OP FURNITURE
Camphor Btreau, Koa Baread,
Lounges, Hair Cloth Sofa, Koa Table,
Bedstead, Chairs, Pictures, etc, etc.
ALSO,
California and Japanese Plants. '
ADAMS A WILDER, Auctioneers.
SAIL BOAT AT AUCTION!
OjV TUESDAY,
October 25, at 13 o'clock, Soon,
At the Wharf in tho rear of WALKER & ALLEN'S
Store,
Tho Sloop Rigged
SAIL BOAT' FEARLESS1
BUILT BY MR. THRUM,
Together with her Sails, Mast, Rigging, and abuut
ZSUO rt3 Iron Ualtast.
sS Tbe above Boat is in complete order and
ready for immediate use.
Dimensions 24 feet length. 8 feet beam, 2 feet 9
inches depth. Coppered and Copper-fastened.
TERMS CASH.
3S 3t ADAMS i. WILDER, Auct'r.
SUGAR PLANTATION!
AT AUCTION!
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12,
At IS 31., at Sales Iloom,
we shall orren
The Sugar Plantation
K.XOWX AS
WHIM'S FLiTATM!
Situated in
Kcolaupoko and Koolauloa, Island of Oahn,
COMPRISING THE
Lands of Kaavva,
Kualoa, and
Hakipuu,
Of which Lands there are Acres held In
Fee Simple, and about 1500 acres on Lease,
which has 14 years to run. Together with all the
Buildings,
Machinery,
Tools,
Of all description!.
HORSES, CATTLE, CARTS, Etc., Etc.
THE BUILDINOS COMPRISE
I Stone Sugar House, Shingled Roof,
110 ft. by 40 ft., n-itb L part 100 ft. by 30.
One Stone Blacksmith and Carpenter Shop,
O.f E STORE,
SAT SIX STONE AND GRASS HOUSES, FOR, LABORERS.
Trash House, Etc.
ONE DWELLING HOUSE,
With Appurtenances, at Kualoa.
Comprising Cottages, Kitchen, Store Houses, Bath
House, -Native House, damage uouse.
Stables, etc., etc.
One Dwelling House wllh Appurtenances
AT KAAWA.
ME MACHINERY COMPRISES
ONE IRON MILL I
4 feet by 24 inches.
One 4G-Horse Power Engine,
One Multitubular Boiler, 104 3-inch tubes, 6 feet hy
15 feet
Two Flue Boilers, 3 feet by 15 feet,
Three Steam CUriEers, '
One Train oi Kettles,
One Copper Worm Steam Pan,
One Copper Pipe, McOney's
ClaiiGer, nsed as a Strike Pan,
Ona Juice Pump,
One pair Centrifugals, with Engine and
Bonef complete,
. Fifty Coolers, etc., etc.
The Tools Comprise Fifteen Ox Carts,
Together with
Chains. Ox Tulce, Plowa,
And all the Toots properly belonging to a first chut
Plantation. There are on the place
BO Yoke of Working Oxen,
About 200 head of Cows,
. - n oalVes, and Steers, -
All of which hare bean raised on the land frca in
ported stocV.
Tbe Place Is well fenced, and has abont seven miles
of itsne walL There ! also abont
100 TONS OF SUGAR TO BE TAKEN Of F THIS YEAR.
The above Plantation will be offered subject to cer
tain mortgages wbich will allow the terms to be made
very liberal.
For farther particulars, inquire of
3 ADAM? 4 WILDER, Auctioneer.
Just Received,
Per B'k Stirling, from Hew York!
300
CASES KEROSENE OIL,
75 eases Fresh Plug Tobacco, i.
For sale at reasonable rates, at
3S-lxa F. A. SCHAEFER A CO'S.
ATJCXTIOJf , SALES.
Br ADA J S is. 'WILD Kit.
REAL ESTATE!
AT AUCTION!
ON MONDAY,
Oct. I7th, at 12 VeeB at Salearweia,
We will oSsr at Tablio "Auction
At an upset price of $49 per Aere,
9
That Vallate Picci
5
OP
L 3
KEAR MAKIKI, on the MAURA SlHof ta
Government Itod.,Di!jiear. the property
of L. McCnlly Esq.,
COItTAIXIXGJ AS ARK A OP 33 ACKSS.
J&r The Metcalf Coad to Manoa runs on. taa
northern boundary. SotSeient stone for fencing e.ia
be had from the mauka of the lam, and a aarer-fail
ing supply of water from, wells.
JZiJ The constantly increasing Talaa of Be K-
tats In the vicinity of Honolulu, renden thla a gI
opportunity foe parti el desiring a profitable invej-mect-
TERMS CASH.
3 ADAMS 1 WILDER. Auetr.
DILLINGHAM k CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
BT THE
STEAMER MOSES TAYLOR,
3L
FROM
NEW YORK S LIVERPOOL
VIA
San Franoisoo,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT Of TWINES,
Shoo Laces, Papor Collars,
BREAKFAST, DINNER I TEA KNIVES,
SILVER PLATED FORKS I TEA XMVES,
Silver Plated Table Spoons,
Silver Plated Desort 4. Toa Spoons,
A Large Assortment of Pocket Cutlery,
AXD
A Full Assortment or Shears and Scissors,
lltitclicr Knlrci., K. 5, 6, 8, 10, 13 a H la.,
XlrsiMM Wcretr lullle.
Suiilllc, PcIIsnni A; Vort Hit, rein, web.
Copper IVIrc-CIotli, flue meat.
Brass Butts, Chest Locks,
Gam Shellac, ifcc.
SinglerBarrel Guns,
.Double-Barrel Guns,
SUITABLE FOR TRXDE.
Percussion Caps, ELfles,
Pistols, Cartridges,
Chain, ic.
KEROSENE OIL!
Kcrostenc lampst and
Keroacae Z-aHtcras,
Hobbaclc's Pare White Lead and Ztse,
Ilnbback's Best Roiled Linae! 00.
BYAM'S EIGHT CARD MATCHES,
RUBBER HOSE, i, j. 1. 1J I inch,
BOX CHISELS. COLD CHISELS,
CII ACT PU5CHES,
5TAIL SETS.
Caulking Irons & Ship's Scrapers,
-ALL OF WniCH
TOGETHER WITH THEIR OTHER STKK,
WILL BE SOLD
At the Lowast Market Ratea,
WITH
A Liberal Discount to the Traii,
38 '. In
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of EDWARD BURGESS, deceased.
NOTICE Is hereby siren br the Meter
signed. Administrator DrinH Almtia t tie
aboie Darned Estate, to tie Creditor! of. aad aO per
sona baring claims against said deceased, to exhibit
tbe same, duly authenticated and with aaeetaaf?
Touchers, wberber secured bj Bortgag er otherwise,
within 'SIX MOSTHS from the first poMieatlea af
this notice to tbe undersigned at bur efiea ea Qsaea
Street, at tbe foot ot Kaahnmana Street la Honolulu.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
AdmimUtrator DmtAnti
3ML EsUU of E. Borgtei, deeaaaad.
K0TICE.
THE FRENCH Reildeata of gostlultl,
at a reeeat meeting, hart reIral to c?aa at
tbe Star of ilesin. CHALLAMEL A CO., 5a. I
Nouano Street, a Snbseriction Lilt for taa n2M ct
tha famlllM of tha fcQlad and tronsdad in th nraaaat.
war of their country.
Ererjr rresehsaa ii lartud to ess asd giraht
0 bolus, large or small. It Is opts alio, for asatjrw
else nho wishes to eostrlhota to tie laza Ctriitisa
and hanusa object. The funds will be scat trr aaeh
Steamer bj Str. Balliaa. 3-tf
A VIS.---Les FrascaU reiialeBta a I
jOl. lola nl decide dam I cur reunion d'oanir bjm
lltte de Bouscription cbei Messrs. CHALXAXKL A
CIE.. a Honololn poar renlr en aide amx SaaBea)
des Eoldats FrancaU morta on bleitea pemdaot lav
guerra actnelle. Tout Franca is est iarlta a afpwtar
on enrojer ton Obole grande oa petit.
La liste est oorerta anssl pour toote perrou oai
desireralt coutrilneran meaa bat d'bnasnltf. Let
fonda seront expled'tes par chaqoa Toaear mar3fr.
B allien, Coosiiiaairc t Con sel d Praeae, aai
cern egaleoest. Ic) cffrandoi qui wroat Jaf ml
dlreetement ehet lul, (5cnna AfMM.) J-tf
BLACKSMITH'S COAL.
FIXX CLAT A PIPS CLAT. rsrssUe
MJ XL MACXni A C.

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