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A pcmbr af nails n bare arrived tine our lost
.o . all if-nhtiAyi?"" well, nd the reports
fr n. ..inert r viry HsfwaWc. The fleet baring nil
ietn is the Arctic Ms year, we ma; ek for the
i. mc to oomh dotiuj Dim and the early part of
(i! and whatetne are very lw in tbe Stages, and
t r f reign Mkai ta very HiMisd, fcwlrrg to th
ws- in Kaioa. IV rate fettled on by tbe United
F t-.- Craal at this fort ta pay off tbe ships' crews
,- ....c . wasta win leave Httte or Botbisig due fremait
i.end. oier advaae, an average eateb. Tlio ad
t.nc givo, haweeer, to thM (blppad at this port,
lio geaeraUr Wa MfW and without benefitting
tue tailor saaeh, have Urn extremely bard on vessels
which have ooao artforamvte.
' hare hoard nathiag, n far, about Biebange,
bat praniM too taaw,wlne ta the small 8eet
naeaber of vWeh at t be merely fitted for boine
will sot be high.
Tbe market it wets tapptkfl wkb prorieians of ail
kind, aad w do Mt 1mawrf any article Cbat is
likely to be seam or high.
Tbe ship Bayaard arrived on Ike STtb ulL, 1 days
froea Saa Frasseiaoo, with tbree days9 later dates tban
tboaa broaxkt by tka Xoxa Taylor. We tee no
chaagea ia Market quotations worthy of notice.
Tbe Forest King ia at band from Paget .Sound
wh LaHjwtr to H.TloeWeM i th.
Tkc bark Coaaat aaiU tonn arrow for San Franeiieo,
takiag akNrHh, 1 flstgare ; tke quantity, however,
it not largo. The greater part of tbe dark and me-
diuot Sugars aca boiug aMaated to Sydney and New
Zealaad, ooeatal vomoIs being now an for tbe
noaM. h .fc ' . . ' V
Tbo Jaoe A- FHaae&trg retorns te dregonnfrsoen
aa saScietn oargo aoaao ia:
Tke harkTiotar ralM Wat weak far 'I'uget Sound,
Tia VietBM, taking a entail lot of Sdsjar and Mulan-
Tie P. C. Marray ri taailfeg far fan Francisco, to
eail ak.t tka IStfc.
We giro below ta rates txad by tbe Consul of tbe
l uel States, .forpajky off AsaertSan .teamen, at
this port: v . ...
nB Oil. .... 78 cents
Arctic Oil i . 33 "
w.irus on ; '. - ts "
Cart Oil 31 "
Aratw Ba 63 "
weJraa Tasta 12
OctoUr jt-Aaa ak UWy Taker, Packard, from Arctic
wMi um ak oil. sa,ib, jh.
An wk kk SMt, TaUr, fm Arclle-vta Sen
Fraactoco. with 180 bbU oil, 1.900 lbs bo.
sloop Un Vm4m, for KooUu.
Aai hk KoMB W. Alaqr.lK (Was town Portland.
Sekr Kilty Oart wright from Kaoal.
i(aa&HS!aMfeWs rsam MierenenU.'
Am ak Ibyaard, ArUcaa, 11 days from San Iran
ir Priaco frosa Hawaii.
Asa hrtu-oTMt King, Tattle, ST days from I'oget
i ak ak Moatieallo, ReyaoMs, from OebeWc,
laaaatruaa WlaaVMd Forts.
Aai wk kk J. D Tkomaoao, AUoa, from Arctic,
Wit Ilea, am wi oa. ia,aa lbs m.
gckr Ka Moi trow MaaL
Scar NottM liorrUI tram MawL
8aW WjaoaaCrawi kUat.
Sdir HokaMe from Hoiokal.
Haw wk bk Wllheua lat Maaaaaaa, from Arctic
rfahJBUMLaoU. 10.001 Jka tai. . .
Asa wk kk Was UuS, Afbttaay, from Arctic
wtta 1MU OOM (ML
Soar Mai Mea from MmsL
Aai wh M Atoska. Fish, Iran Arctic with Too
Aai wk sk JoaaoMa, Cogaa, from Arctic with
g,aaa kkts oil 3Q.0K) aoae.
Asa wh kk 'on.ra. Kail;, from Ancle with MM
Aaa wk kk Midas P wet!, from Arctic with 1!J0
kkkvsid, IB. I ajsa
Xwrokortltaw wk ak laOaa, ITaHianstoae rrosn Arc
tic VMS oil U,n hoae.
Ortofear X-gehr Uattie br Kaaai.
fickr Warwick Ibr MolokwL
Stm ak John mryoat, Hakura Ear .Vew.Vorfc.
aaa kk V(er, WorIar4)slrt Sak .
J-Schr Jaka To.- Sbr XimfA.
S t" g. 8 Jaasavowa.Trattaa, lorOallao.
Am bk Stortiag, farQaaas Maaa.
8ckr Aetrra (a- 'Kaaai.
October 30 Aw wk Itojaara, Arhaaaa, far Ilaker's Isiand.
SI 5hr Kottie HerriU lor MaaJ.
Aaa 8efci C. M. Uard, atkeM, for Jarrfa IiUnd.
Sckr Haaookawai ta- Maai.
Mat KOaaea t Wiadward Irts.
Xoveasoerl fchr Rob ftoy lor Koolaa. "
Dlwai Un Taakoa for Kaataa.
Froaa flea Fraackno aar Nurmaa, Oct 36 Mr Ksed and Geo
For rkamia Saaao Islaads par Starling, Oat 7 n Ondt.
From Mi-un ill. Oct If Her II Maakaoi aad wife. Iter
Mr Mahoe. wMV aad 4 ekllaroa, Miss It Kaaoa, J IMua and
wifc Faal aad gattkow toatarMari, Mr. Kastemalcnte.
For Bator's Maod per Reyaard, OctS-JC Wood and one
Far Jarrls Masd par C M IVard, Oat 31-J Fletcher, A II
Baoaroa, W M Jokaaaa aad two aatire laborers.
From Arctic par Midas. Oct a John SUra.
Omtsaa W. Batjcock, of tbe eekoaster Annie, from 31icrm
sa, asakea tke foUowtag repArt :
COwl tram Haa.lum Jalj IK arrtred at Daager Island July
:aTapatraK Aagost; Tarawa. 13: Aptaog:, 1" ; BnU
ritmri. Jft Skoa, ; Xaasacic.epteatior 1 ; Msjvo, 7 ; Mille,
; Bataritaa. J; t'nsmkw . oaBsd 'from niltaritarl for
Houolala. Worked er, lo ku. U.T N to 1W W Ioor
Ortobar aa, as kacalmed cST Kailaa, arrlrad at Ilonoiala
Orteksr t. Loft at Batarttarl, bk Tyre, of Eydaoy; brig
8pee,"ao; Srkooaar Ka of FQn Maaak, tradors torcoeoa
for Taatorta per Victor, Octal,
i 5.014. Sagar, lbs,
From Uvruaessa par Aaaie, Oct 17,
Comaata, 730. Shark riaa. keg,
Oceaaat Oil. caaka, la. aad enadry carles.
From Port Oaaable per Torsat Else Oct 8.
ksrasker mack, A.
Phasat of tto Uooa for Kovember, 1870,
Msoaeaa ar carr. iixm t nrra.
HOHOLULT) MB.tN TI3IE.
So. Tea. ran Mean
Nor !. laatQaarter.
Not. tH. JSew Mi
cr. 9tk. lat Qaarter.
B 01 nt
0 02 FX
TIMS fVS Wf IN AND SETT1X0.
lat.5aBim 6 of, a ..SanSeH 5 lira
Hk. taiiM aoa Sao Sen ill ..
Urt. Saa awa 014 .Sin Mi hit ..
Ma. maa Ihw am San Sets 4 11 ..
aotk. Saa Kiees OS San Seta. M ..
The Mail for tbe Eajtrer bark (Jwnrf, closes at
Um Foot-OfBce this mornlupat kalf-if t tilne o'clock.
A Cooo oklnoe fr inroatmept. the Grocery Store
f Mr. BartieU, adrorUseil fox tale in to-day's "paper.
rorrroOTMEM. Tbeiadiea' Fair lor the Benefit
of the Ladtre' Doacvolcnt Society, which was adver
tises) for to morrow evening. Is postponed until tbe
ITc notice that Dr. J no. S. McGrew has removed
bis residence and offlce to the Dr. Wood premises
on Hotel Street, lately occupied by nts Excellency
tbe Called Stales Minister Resident.
Beax. Estate at Auction. Tkc lot and buildings
oa tbe corner of Berclanla and Punchbowl Streets,
were sold at .Auction by Eartoa' on Saturday last,
for $3050. The property was purchased lor Mrs.
Tat FiprLrrAS. Tbe hull of this North-German
bark, whieh eame into part some time since dismast
ed, was sold at aactlea on Eaturday last, for Sl.ttZS,
Mr. J. Heare being tbe purchaser.
A Chcrcd" APmrx. Daring tba fresbcl of last
Sunday zaoTritns, tbe neat little .wooden church
bn3din at Moaaalaa was lifted bodily from Us
feandatioafi'and drifted a considerable distance down
ttream before it brought op again, with Us pulpit and
pews all right. It Is said th e congregation at Moana
laa had been dusatisCed with the position or tho' pul
pit, and wished to remove it to 'the opposite end. Tbe
flood has kindly saved them the trouble, fof the build
ing is fairly asd squarely turned to the right about.
Tue Carandikis. This talented troupe have been
prevented, by the lalo stormy weather, from repeat
ing their concerts, and thereby man'" of Cur citizens
have been deprived of the pleasure of bearlnz them.
The disappointment has beerRreat, for Honolulu Is
not often favored w ith tlic pretence of artlstls of so
high sn order ns the Carandinis. They will sing
every ntgut tiiia weeK me wtniner permiyins.
. Drawing; or the RnahD Lottkhv. 'Mondnv last
betoberSlat, was the day jppolnted fordrawlni the
number of the Gra',d Lrdlvry In aid of the Xlircan
tile Ubrary Tuntl of San Franclcco, nnd no doubt
there was a good deal of excitement In the bay city
amour; the holders of ticket. A pood many tickets
and coupons are also held In these islands, "mount
hie; to a number of thousands of dollars worth, and
aa every ticket bolder hopes to be lucky, and If be
don't get the $100,000 prize, to ret soraetbim; hand
some at iU events why of course, the ncittarrlval
from San Frauclsco will be looked for with some ani
lely In tbts respect. The steamer is to leave on the
IStti and w 111 bo due hero about the 30th, but there
may be a previous arrival of a railing vessel.
A readi-io people. The Ilnwaliaus are essential
ly a reading people, and look with full as mnch
cageruws lor their weekly newspaper as do the for
eigners for theirs. The two native newspapers pub
lished hi Honolulu give very full accounts of the
war In Eurie", and although lbc Frcnchsnames
must be rather mythical to, the readers, yet tbey pa
tiently wida through the long accounts of battles,
skirmishes, Beiges and sorties, nllli unflagging Inter
est And especially are they astonished at tbe vast
numbers of killed and wounded. That tbry are a
writing peoplcolso, is demonstrated by the crowds
that call at the Post ODlcc for letters on tjic arrival
oTa mall Irom the other Islands.
Finnun.t's Drill. The monthly drill of the Tiro
Companies as provided by law catae ou on Satur
day last. Notwithstanding that it was raining heavily
"al'llie'tiine, tbe men turned out promptly at tbe
sound of the bell at half-pKPt fqur, and proceeded to
the different bjrdrants to which they had been assign
ed. The practice wai, as uiual, excellent, and proved
that both machines and men are sufficient for any
emergency. It was agreed befurehand between Com
panies 2 and 4, that there was to bo a trial of the
.relative capacities of the two, ns -tbe macbinc9,are
pretty noil matched, and each Company equally
proud of Us pet. Owing, however, to the stormy
weather, the trial did not come off, but was postponed
until ipmeutiire occasion.
Fnou MtcnosEeti. The schooner Annie, Capt.
Babeook, arrived on Thursday last, from a voyage to
thoJMtereneilan Islands, whit tier she had been to
carry aupplies (o the missions. The Rer. II. Bing
ham and wifo, and tbe Rev. Mr Mkboo.'irife and
family and a number of other llawaiians connected
with the mi'sions, return by this vessel. The different
stations in the various groups were visited by the
Annie, and f.tvorable reports have been received of
the progros of the work. The-King uf Butaritari,
however, who promised the Captain of the James
town, during her vl.it there last spring, to pay a
qtrtatlty f ccoanut oil as a recompense for the out
rages committed by .bis people on Hawaiian?, has
been false to his promise. The man-of-war being
gone, heffs nolonger 'tn dread of punishment, and
repudiated tbe debt, saying that if the United States
want the oil, let .them come and take ij. It is gather
important, in view of future possible contingencies,
that the people of Micronesia should be taught that
the governments of civilized nations have the will as
well as the power to enforce their demands.
tJbTTisc" AFriiAY. As the American bark Sterling
was getting under way last Friday, a seaman named
Jaitves Harris, who was newly shipped, came on
board somewhat intoxicated. The first officer, seeing
hfs condition,' ordered him below to sleep off the
fumes of drink. The second officer, howerer, (James
Shields,) meeting Harris, ordered him to duty, which
he refused, whan an angry altercation ensued, result-
n a scuffle, during which- he nsed his sheath -knife on
the second mate, inflicting a severe wound on tbe
left breast, some inches in length. The wound at
first was supposed to be avery dangerous one, and as
having penetrated the lungs. Shields was removed
to the American Hospital, while Harris voluntarily
came to a police t) Hi cer who was on board, and gavo
himself into eustody. On Saturday morning be was
brought before the Police Magistrate, when nn exam
ination was had, eliciting the facts as stated above.
Dr McGrew, who had been cAllotI in to attend Upon
the wounded man, testified' that the cut was an ex
ternal one, three inches in length, and that he did
not consider it at all dangerous, though the knife had
narrowly misfedfeutting an important, artery. The
Magistrate reserved his decision until the injured
man is able to appear.
Tr-AST or the Ho man Catholics. Liko nations
older in civilization, our llawaiians delight in public
dinners to celebrate some event, or to show their ap
preciation nf a prominent fersonage. The Roman
Catholics of Honolulu ami vicinity conceived the idea
of getting up a feast in honor of tho leturn of his
Lordship, Bihop M&igrct, nnd last Thursday was set
for the day. In tbe spacious yard of the church, three
long, temporary tables were put up under the shelter
of a board roof, and for several days previous to the
Appointed time, immense supplies of edibles fish,
fie?h, fowl, vegetables And fruits were brought In as
contributions by the people. Great preparations were
made for an uld-faihioned Hawaiian Inau. But when
Thursday came, tbe rain poured in torrents, nnd the
feast was, per fnrttt postponed until the following
day. Now, with some people, who in many things
are quite as superstitious as our llawaiians, the rain,
thus interfciing with the enjoyment of the occasion,
would have been looked upon as a bad omen. 2s ut
so, however, with thefe islanders. It is an ancient
Hea, not yet obliterated from their minds, that if
when an exalted personage undertakes a journey, re
turns from one, or receives the homage and congratu
lations of his people, it-comes on to rain, it Is at
once to be accepted as a sign of approbation frpra tbe
Heavenly Powers. This belief Is almost ineradicable
from tbe general native mind. Consequently, "our
Catholic fellow -subjects did not feel at all dejected by
Iho interference of the weather, but went to their .
feast with great zest the next day. although tho rain
gain fell in showers, and the long lines of tables
presented a scene of diners a la umbrella. The whole
tTair went off very pleasantly, despite the nnpro-
Stobmt Weather. That ordlnararlly stole topic. '
the weather, about which editors of newspapers are
supposed to keep stereotyped iwrupropbs to be used I
according to circumstances, deserves special notice I
for tbe last half of October. After the ffaleof the j
20tb, the elements subsided for n week, and many I
thought It was all over, but old rcsldentsprophesicd
thai there T?a& more of the same sort, close atiyind.
On Thursday list, thc-wjnd came out from tue
Southward again, with heavy squalls, and the rain fell
in torrents, accompanied with frequent flashes of j
lihtnlnK and heavy thunder. Friday and Saturday, i
the rain continued to pour don n at Intervals, tarn
Inpr the street gutters Into rushing brooks, and the
mountain streams Into leaping torrents. It re rain- !
ded one of ThompsbnV description of a summer '
etorm In England, without the hall:
''Down comrs a deluge of sonorous halt, , t :
Or prone descending rain. Wide rent, the cloudv,
Poor a whole flood; and yet its flame uoqueached,
Th nn conquerable lightning struyg.t through,
XUggd aad fierce, or In red whirling tails.
And fires the mountalntVlth redoubled rage
The (I00317 vrods
Start at the Cash, id from their cVep recew,
Wfde flamloff out, their trembling Inmates abate.
A great deal of damage has been done ly the floods
on the low grounds In the neighborhood of the city.
Ponds have been swepl of their fish, gardens Inun
dated, valuable plants swept away, ami much utber
damage sustained, that It will take years to repair
at no little cost. The amount of rain which had fal
len frnra last Wednesday evening to yesterday morn
ing was, at Dr J odd's In IS'unanu valley, 18.40 In
ches, at Captain Daniel Smith's, WalkiM 17.34.
Even Hllo people who have been here complain nf
the wet weather of Honolulu. So far as we can
learn the windward Islands have had but very little
H any rain during the past week, and It has sntrgrs
ted itself to the minds nf pome that the outer edrre
jof a cyclone which has been NgIngto tbe westward
of ua may have reached Oahu, and that we may heat
of disasters, to vessels which have tcen in that
direction, during the past week.
Tne Rooebs Minstrels gave their first perform
ance at tbe'Theatrc onMonday night last, to a fair
house, considering the state of the weather. The
audience fully appreciated tbe compauy'a laughable
delineations of the negro character, and under better
auspices wc doubt not they will have full houses.
ComI5C or tub Fleet. The fall fleet of whalers,
as will befeen by ourcommercial column. Is fast
coming into port after their arduous and dangerous
cruises in tbe icy Northern seas. We are pleased to
observe that most of tbe ships have done better than
in previous1 seasons of late,' and we welcome back
Cattle Drowsed. Last -'Sunday morning, 'as &
herd or cows belonging to the niflebrasd Dairy, In
tbe Valler, were Leing drhen across the rpilcb to tbe
milKing en, tbrce of them got beyond their .depth in
the stream, which was greatly swollen by the rains,
and were swept away and drowned.
A JIcd Flow is Vermoxt. An Eastern paper
says that tbe town of Copenhagen, Yt., is excited
orer quite a notable phenomenon. A stream of water
recently burst forth from a hill-side, carrying away
thousands of cart-loads of dirt and stone, and still
continues, with every prospect of becoming a perma.
ncnt stream. This reminds us of our mud-flow of
1SCS, at Kapapala, only that the Vermonters had no
earthquake, and no damage is reported.
Frbaks of the LtonTsxso. It seems Ibat the
tleclric fluid descended at several poiuts on this
Island on Saturday night last. At Halaiva, the
chimney of J. K. Williams' boiling bousu was
struck, nnd one corner knocked uflT. The fluid then
descended through the roof and split a rafter and
one post but did not do nny other damage of conse
quence'. The ' fluooV however, so Inundated the
plantation that nil hands bad tu decamp fur the high
er land. At the residence of Mr. Victor Chancerel.
at En a, the lightning struck the flag-staff close to
the house, and split 'A from the truck to Mie ground,
much to the alarm of the inmates of the house, who
perhaps thought that tbe Prussians had landed.
Xot far off, a horse was knocked over, nnd laid In a
state of Insensibility up to Monday, At a cluster of
natlvu'hbuses at Walawa several liogs were killed
by the fluid, and the pepple fled in terror to the
hills. The roads were In an almost Impassible con
dition fur wagons on Monday last, and must of the
small bridges were swept away.
Xlie Iast ssiitl E'rcs-ciitortbcXliaiucs
BT A TRAVELER.
Two years ago, the inhabitants or the Province
bf -Auckland, more especially the dwellers in the
great city, were rescued from the state of poverty
into which, from a combination of circumstances
they were gradually .hal tfio Purely sinking; by
tho discovery of very rich gold-bearing quartz at
tho " Thames," a place about forty mi es from
V.ockland. Liko wildfire, the news.sooo spread
tlironghout'tue length and breadth of the island,
and in the coarse of a few months tho district
was swarming with men from the various Prov
inces of.Xew Zealand and the Australian Colo
nies', oil intent on trying their fortunes at the
new El Dorado. The existence of aurilerous
quartz in tic district was a fact well kr.own to
several Europeans, for some years prior to the
opening of the field, and the only reason why the
ground had not been taken up, and the reefs
thoroughly prospected, was owing to the deter
mined opposition of the Maories, who, with that
pig-heatfedness by some called foresight pe
culiar lo the nice, positively refused to allow the
Pak has to trespass on their lands. By degrees.
however, their scruples were at length overcome,
and in consideration of their receiving a good
round sum as a yearly rental, together with all
the moneys collected from the diggers for mining
licenses, they graciously condescended to allow a
certain portioti of their country to be proclaimed
a gold field, delivering up their dilapidated habi
tations, their peach-groves, and their vineyards,
to tho mercy of the white man. whilst they
looked wonderingly on at the vast alterations
and improvements djily laking place around
them. Jn less than twelve. months from tile time
of its opening, tho Thumps had become a place j
of great importance : fine, substantial buildings
wcro rapidly springing up in every direction .
business people were paying fabulou? prices lor
building allotments ; several small steamers were
daily dispatched from Auckland for the newly
discovered ' gold-field, crowded tvith passengers,
consisting of merchauts, mechanics, speculators
and diggers. Several good claims had been
opened, iz. : Tho Long Drive, the Shotover,
Golden Crown, Jloanatairi, Tookey's, Kelly's
City of Glasgow, Inverness, and many others
their yields surpassing ih richness anything pre
viously discovered jn.lhe Southern Hemisphere.
Every inch of grotind was taken up for miles
around ; innumerable minipg companies were
already organized; and hundreds more were in
course of formation; the officials in the Mining
Department were besieged by applicants desirons
or leasing land within tho proclaimed boundary
of theold-field ; bank" managers and government
officers, holding good positions, resigned, to take
the managership of companies ; " scrip" was
offered to, and eagerly purchased by the public
ns fast as it could be issued ; laborers readily
found employment ; money was plentiful ; busi
ness brUk, and ovcry one seemed to bo on the
high road to fortune.
One short year has elapsed since then, and
OhTwhal a falling off is there V Many of the
claims have ceased to produce paying quartz.
The once famous Long Drive the picked stuff
Irom which neverj yielded less than '3)4 lo 4 azs.
of told to the pound weight of slone ichen
crushed, causing the original scrip, issued at S20,
to go up to Sl.OOO, at which price sales were
readily effected has now fallen to $30, and no
buyers. The Shotover the pioneer claim of the
field ha3 literally ruined those who bought out
the original shareholders ; tho City of Glasgow,
whose scrip met with ready sale al $72.50, is
now wound np ; Tookey's and Kelly's are never
spoken of, and oven" the Golden Crown has
dwindled into comparative insignificance. Many
of the legal managers have resigned some have
"made tracks" with the funds of their Com
panies ; others have become bankrupt, and the
festoon will be. jSbortlandthej first township
in the diggings, is deserted ; nearly the whole of
the shops on Polland Street are "to let," with
no prospect ortheir-ever again being occupied,
except that the Maoris makejUiem their whares
for the future. The. banks in that;lncality are
all closed; those of the mining population who
have the means are leaving the district by every
opportunity for tbfnewly discovered diggings in
Queensland nnd New South AVales. Men in
business wonl3 gladly dispose of their stocks in
trade, togetherwith the " good will anil fixtures"
of their establishments, could they but find pur
chasers. Scrip is a drug in the market ; mining
leases and claims have been abandoned, whilst
mining plant o every description, imported and
erected at an enormous outlay, can now be pur
chased 'for n mere song; failures are frequent,
and commercial confidence luu ceased to exist.
In short.-tbe Great Thames Quartz bobble has
burst, and" every one who "dabbled in mining
shares has come to grief. The' only things now
wanting to complete the rain of this once pros
perous locality, are, ateavy flood and an earth
COENWKLl MACFARLASH On MondaftTenloR, Oct,
31st, at tbe residence of therlJe's mother, by tbe Bt. C.
6. Wi!lismon, TiUism Henry Oornsir.f.f Wailajra, Mant,
to Helen lilaticne .tiscuriane, ci inia cuj.
JUST. At EsqoimslL B. C Sept. 2StlJ, the wife of
Capt. 11. V. Mist, nf II. B. M.'s S. Spamnrbswk, of a son.
CASTLE. In Honolulu, Oct. 25tb, tbe wife of Mr. C A,
Ctle. cf a danshter.
RICE. Sert. 5th. at tbe rtsldence of ber mother in Clio-
ton, Henry County, Missouri, Miss MaryrRlce. xSannhter ef
William anJ Mary S. Rice, fjrmerly residents t Lihne,
Csnsi.) age.1 20 years.
BODTII. In this city, Oct. i7th, Harriet Cbailitte Booth,
aged 16 J ears.
O jF. 3NT 3l 1 3NT X
OPERATIC & BALLAD
THIS WEDNESDAY EVENING
PROGRAMME l'AKT FIRST.
Overture t Piano) 'Tanm!!." lBossinfl
Tbe Sisters ltosina and Fannie
Operatic Selection "II Trorature," tVerdi)
- Madame Carandini and Mr. Walter berwia
Serenade "When thi, Quiet Moou Is Beaming."'
(s'chorndurf) Miss Fannie
Song "Her Trif lit Smile Hsnnts me Still,". ... Miss Ro-ina
Character Soar '"Not fr Me,'. .Sir. J. Small
Trin '.ira,t is th Brith cf 5Iornini:."
Malame Caraadint, Wi Fannie and Mr." Walter Sberwln
Sous; "The Lover and tbe Bird," Madame Carandinl
Duet TaoM!erryFrIes are We,"
Tbe Sisters Rosinaand Fannie
An Interval of Ten Minutes.
Tntrnlnftlnn fPisno "FalrT Lilian."
' " Tbe Sisters Roslna and Fannie
Quartette "Oft Jn tbe Stlllr Night,' .. .Madam Carandinl,
j tbe Sisters Kuslna and Faunle aud 31r. Walter Shersdn
Rallajt 'I tbouzlit to be vuur Bride." (Blumentbal)
Character Sonc "Mr Soto's Dead," Mr. Small
Sonr and Clioms "COME HOME FATHER."
Miss Roslna and Company
Buffo Duet "A. B. C".. ....Madame-,C.irandiiii
and Mr. Walter Sberwtn
Sonir "Tbe Land o" thi Lesl." Mils Fannie
IMlUd "My Mully Astore." Madame Carandinl
Duet "TEUtT HKK !0T". . .The Sisters ReSinaand Fannie
Admission One Dollar,
Beserod Seats, S1.60 Ciildren Half-Price.
XST Doors open at half-past Seven; Concert to com
mencc at Eight o'clock sharp.
Carriages may be ordered for 10:15.
If. TS. A nlan of the Hall mav be seen at Sir. Hycroft'e,
next door to Dr. Buffum's office, where teats may be se
3NT jH W MUSI C !
CHAEMTKO BALLADS 8AH0 JJIOHfLT BT THE
"When the Roses Bloom Apain," "Land o' tbe Leal,1
"I'll Watch fir Thee," "Wouldn't jou Lite to Know.'
and "Nora Mellane,"
Can ho obtained at Mr. II. M. Whitney's, and Mr. Thos.
0. Thrum's Stationery Stores.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
.Manager W. K. Rogers. Pisnlst Alfred Singer
Xxxxxxxox2jsc- Success of;
EO GEES' CALIFORNIA TEOUPE
Cnposed of the following Artistes
MISS NELLIE HOS.MEU,
MR. FRANK JONES,
MB. LODIS BRAHAil,
-MK. ALrKED SI. Mi bit,
MR. V7. NORTnCOTT,
MR. JOE SMITH.
"Wednesday Evening, Mov'r 2d,
Complete Change of Bill.
PROGRAMME PART FIRST.
Oiertnre'... , ; Orchestra
Balladselected - L.Brahra
Comic Sones Miss Nellie lloamer
S'ing and Dance original F. Jones
Cornet Solo W. Xorthcott
Xiooking for Worli!
Messrs. Erabam, Jones and Snath. .
An Intermission of Ten Minutes. .
Orerture .' Orchestra
Balltd , L. Braham
Lircly .Moke.... . F.Jones
Comic Irish SoDgs in character. .. .Miss Nellie Ilosmer
Banjo Duett... ...... .Messrs. Brabam and Jones
Cornet Solo W. Nurthcott
Orerture. ........ ... Orchestra
To conclodo with tbe Negro Act entitled
Olo Bull lxx. a. .apiac!
. ... J. Deiany
DRESS CIRCLE 51.00: ORCHESTRA 75C- PARQUETTE SO'.
.CyDoor open t Sren o cluck; Perftnunce to com
mence at Kight. Carriages maj be ordered fur "hf-pjut
Ten o'clock. T .
One COIYCOKD WAGON,
made in the United 'States, with two
aicta ot Harness for wheeler, and
two lets fr leaders, with brake attached, nearly new,
and warranted in good order, fur tale hv
42-4tc JOHN THOMAS WATEKHOUSE.
NOTICE TO CUEDITOltS.Estatc of
ISAAC MONTGOMERY deceaied.
Notice is hereby giren j the undersigned, execu
tors of the will of Ifaac Montgomery, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims against the estate, of
the said deceaied, to exhibit tho same dult authenti
cated and with the necessary vouchers toW. C.Parke,
Esq., within six months uf tbe first publication of this
notice or tbey will be forever barred.
(Signed,) LOUIS MAIGRET. D'AUATHIE,
Vic. A p. dea Sandwich Islands,
Dated Honolulu, November 1st. 1370. 42-2cn
x, ri-h-mn1r -rj
ec KiDg '-Street, Uoowtnlo, next tbe Hair Dressing
vfifjk Saloon, corner cf Klny and Fort. JUI Watches
J. RCtsaneij aud Repaired, n l guaranteed for 12 month.
vli.cr Ctirte mo-Ierate. ; ' 42 3mc
Land for Sale at Auction.
ON SATDHDAV, the 12th Day of No
Tember. 1S70, by order of tbe Administrator of
the Estate uf L. A. Farie, or Hilo, Hawaii, and also
by order of tbe Administrator of tho Estate of Ma
kuakane, late of Hilo, Hasraii, I shall expose for sale
at Pohlio Aoetion. One-Lot or Tract of- Land, situate
ia Kaiaoa, Hilo, Hawaii, and containing 80 or more
Acres, the largest part of which is fenced with a good
ditch', and is well situated sear tbe shore.
.ALSO One -Town lot -belonginz to tho Estate of
Makuakane, situated near School Street, and eon
taining abonf one Acre. '
ALSO Four Lota of Land situated is Kamaile,
Puna, and containinc; 102 3-5 Acres, also belonging
to saltTEstate'of Makuakane.
Deeds at expense of pnrcbaser.
d. n. niTcncocKT
Hilo, Oct. i, 1370. 42 2t Auctioneer.
a., i ji;,
ATTOBNET AND COUHSELIOB AT LAW. .
11 Oflce So. Tort Street, nooonUo. Py
THOS. a. THRUM'S
Stationery, Cutlery and News Depot
and Circulating Library,
Merchant Street, Ilomlelu. Also Stencil jCattlng. Ed
graTfn;, Caligrsyty aad Conjlag, promptly exscnted on
reasonable tsrmsT il-ij
c Bv ADAMS & VIL,Di:K.
, Room SsEtl.
WEDNESDAY, - - - NOV'E 2d
At 10 o'clock A. HI.,
A Fine Assortment of Merchandise;
Genuine Amoskeag Denims, Common Denims,
Assorted Patterns English Prints,
.Brown and Bleached Cotton, Cobourg3,
Baratheas. Alpacas, Linen Drill,
Ticking, etc., etc.
Wool, Linen, Calico and Hickorj Shirts,
Florentine Shirts, Hats and Caps,
Woolen and Cotton Pants, etc.
Fancy Goods,, etc.
Soaps, Perfumery. Knives, Scissor?,
Knives and Forke, Hosiery, etc.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE & GROCERIES,
Deroe's Kerosene Oil, Boston Card Matches,
HAWAIIAN SUOAB, in kegs,
FIVE BALES CUNNY BAGS.
Tertna Caali on Dellrery.
ADAMS A WILDEB, Auet'rs.
Sail Boat at Auction !
At 13 o'clock rVoon,
At the Wharfin the Bear of WALKEB 4 ALLEN'S
Tlsc Sloop Hissed
iSAIL BOAT' FEARLESS,'
BUILT BV MB. T1IBUM,
Together With her Sails,' Mast, Bigging, and about
2, COO pounds of iron ballast.
SlSThe above boat Is in complete order nnd riaily
for Immediate nee. .Dimensions 21 feet length, 8
leet ueam, ana z leet u incnes ueptn. u'oppered and
t Terms, Cash.
ADAMS A WILDEB, Ancl'rs,
FIRST SEASON SALE !
ON Fill DAY,
IVovcmlscr Ills, at 10 o'cloclr A. M
-t Sales rioom,
TheUndersigned will Sell at Public Auction
A VARIED ASSORTMENT OF
Recently Imported !
Consisting in Part of
Drab Ground Prints,
Neat Pattern Prints,
Bine Berth Blankets,
Long Woolen Shafrls,
Indigo Blue Cotton,
Qneensland Square Shawls
Blue Cotton Drills,
Assorted Felt Hats,
Bine Flannel Shirts,
Bluo Flannel Drawers.
AN ASSORTMENT OF STRAW HATS, &C
Ami nt 11 o'clock A. JII.,
LIQUORS IN BOND!
Best Marlell's Brandy, Sherry,
Irish Whiskey, Bum, Scotch Whiskey,
Worthlngton's Bottled Alo,
Falkirk Bitter Alo.
Barrels. lies, Red and White Salmon.
A Few Barrels and Half Barrels
LARG-E SPRING SALMON,
Arrowroot, Salcraliis, Plaster of Paris,
' Preserved Vegetables,
Card Matches, ia., Ac.
Fine Mew Crop Teasr,
Nests Camphor Trunks,
Ciarn, Wliilu Cottons, Ac, &c.
TEK3IS AT SALE,
ADAMS 4 WILDEB, Auctioneers.
rplIE undersigned having been appointed
JL Administrator of the Estate of TIIOMaBSHIEL,
of Lahaina, Mani. hereby requests, that any person
baring property belonging to tbe above Estate, will
deliver the same to the undersigned, and all persons
having claims against the Estate, are "requested to
present them within three Months from the dato
October 27th 1870. 42-1 Ic Administrator.
iceiices Expiring in. November, 1870.
RETAIL. OAUn Honolulu. 1st Ah Hum, 2d
Ceo F'Boberts, 5th Thos Tb'rum, fith' TXeal,
Uth Lum Yck, 11th Ah Sec. 1 2th L Copenhagen. 12th
Ming Kong, 12th Iloll'uler A livlanJ, 16th W XLadd,
2th Ahana. WAIALDA Utb Akiona, lleeia Sloop,
1 Ah Tong. MAUI 22th W O Xeedham A Co. -Wholesale.
Oahu, Honolulu, 6th "J T Water-
ouse, 17th W L Green.
Victualling. Qabn, Honolulu, 4th F Genard,
6th B ByerAft. . '- '. ':...)
lietnil Spirits. Oahu, Honolulu, Utb td Burgess.
Butchcr.-Oahu Honolulu, 3lst Bornholt A Dunne.
Public Show. Oahu, Honolulu, 30th Lee A By-
Hilliard. Oahu, Honolulu, 6th B Bycroft, 9th
Shipping. Oahu, Honolulu, nth w A .Markham.
Boat. Oahu. Ilonoiala, 1st Garret & Norton, "o
23, 1st Fapuaa.Xo 29, 1st I. No 30. No 31, IstPiJekai,
o 41, 2d J Miller, rto 31 -No zs Jio 31. 3d Lumaina,
No 35, 3d Pabioui. No 16, 3d Holokahikl, No 36, -3d
Paalea. No 37. 4lh Liloa. io 33. 4th Kabnhu. No 39.
5th Jas Awana, No 40 Nn 41. tb Mahele, No 42, Sth
Katnuela,No43 No4t. 8tb James Stevens. Aa45, Sth
Kasakanni, No 46. 9th J Hiller. -No 47, 6th JIasta,
No 43. II th, Haubu. No 43, tlth Kaulaokeahi. No 50
13th Kaaukuu. No 51, 15tiUCaiwLK.suIa.Na52. 15th
Kualapa. No 53. 17th S Sylrez- Np4, 21th Mahi-
ai. No 25, 24th Inane. No 56. , ' .
Horse. Oahu, Honolulu, . aieoiea. No 157,
2d Alohakea, No 158. IB David V Eldridge. 2fo 159,
3 1 Kanlalii. No 160, 4th Waihn'wale. No 160, 4 lb Ke
liiaua. No 161. 4th Moke. No 162, Sth Papa, No 16-1,
6th W Broun. -No 164, 6th A P Kaantnu, No 165, Gth
loane. No 166. 6th Kara. No 167. 6th Kalili. No 163,
Sth Andrew Bannister, No 169, 6th Kaolemnu, "No
170. 8th Osmi. No 171, 9th Kaia. No 172. 10th W, D
Hunt. Nn 173. 11th Pspaiimo, No 174, 11th Peahi.1
No 175. J2th LnokU.Ao 176, 12 Bichard Ieek. Xo
177, 13th inlea. No 178. 15th Flintox Eooa, No 179,
15th Joseph Tacy, Ho 150. 17th hekabina. Jo 181,
19th J W Keawehnnahala.No 1B2. 19th Kaloa.NlSi.
32d Sam (Pake), No 18 (. 23d Kaaokai; No 185. 27th
KeoneHana, No 185, 57th Kaonohi, No 137,' 27th
Aalona, No 188. -- - .
By ADAiMS & WILDER.
SUGAR PLANTATION !
ON SATTJEDAT, DECEMBER 12,
At 13 at Sales Room,
we sniLL orrcit
The Sugar Plantation
Eoolanpoko and Koolauloa, Island of Oahn,
Lands of Kaawa,
Of which Lands there are Acrctt Itcld In
Fee Simple, and about 1500 acres on Lease,
which has 14 years to run. Together with all the
Of all descriptions.
HORSES, CATTLE, CARTS, Etc., Etc.
THE BUILDINGS C0MPBISE
I Slone Sugar House, Shingled Roof,
140 ft. by 40 ft., with L part 100 ft. by 30.
One Stone Blacksmith and Carpenter Shop,
SAT SIX STONE AND GRASS HOUSES, FORi LABORERS.
Trash. House, Etc.
ONE DWELLING HOUSE,
"With Appurtenances, at Kualoa.
Comprising Cottages, Kitchen, Store Houses. Bath
House, Na tiro IIoujo, Carriage House,
Stables, etc., etc.
One Dwelling House with .Appurtenances
TOE MACHINERY COMPRISES
ONE IRON MILL!
4 fect by 24 inches.
One 46-Horse Power Engine.
One Multitubular Boiler, 104 3-inch tubes, 6 feet by
15 feet. "
Two Flue Boilers, 3 feet by 15 fect,
Three Steam CUrifierj,
One Train ot Kettles,
One Copper Worm Steam Pan,
One Copper Pipe, McOney'a
Clarifier, used as a Strike Pan,
One Juice Pump,
Ono pair Centrifugals, vith Engine and
Fifty Coolers, etc., etc.
The Tools Comprise Fifteen Ox Carts,
C'lialii", Ox Yokes, IMovrs,
And all the Tbols-properly belonging to a first class
Plantation. There are on the place
SO Yoke of Working Oxen,
About 200 hoad of Cows,
Calves, and Stoors,
All of which bare been raised on the land from, im
The Place is veil fenced, and has about seren miles
of stone wall. There is also about
100 TONS OF SUGAR TO BE TAKEN OFF THIS YEAR.
Tho above Plantation will be offered subject to cer
tain mortgages which will allow the terms to be made
For further particulars. Inquire of
39 ADAMS A WILDEB, Auctioneer.
"PARTIES -who Received Immigrants by
X tne ship "fcolo'aro notified that the amount
due on each contract is $154, payable at the Office of
Adams A uder, on tbe 20th day or November.
41 SAM'L O. WILDER, Agent.
THOS. G. THRUM
Per HIoscs Taylor,
Bayer's Patent Tracing Cloth,
3S inches wide.
Superior Tracing Paper,
40 x 60, 30 x 40, and 30 x 30.
Golden Robin Song Book,
STAR MEDICATED PAPER!
Tho only Reliable Article.
A Few Copies " Der Wacht am Rhein,"
41 Etc., Etc., Etc. la
Ex Iolani from Boston.
JQQ ItAKUKLS rniME pome,
Xcr Bedford C. Is. IVhale Ilonts, 'Ja feel,
Caaea Bomb Lances, Xo, 1 and 2,
Sew Bedford IVhnle Line,
lances, Tostjle Irons, HenTj- Sea Boots,
One Tnber'a Caboose, complete,
200 Barrels New Oil Casks !
Try Pots. For sale by
39-3m n. IIACKFELD 4 CO.
J. M. CROWELL,
No. 74, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
American and European
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE.
Rape, Hemp and Canary Seed,
And a fall assortment of
OsRDEX VEGETABLE SEEDS!
Beat California Streaky Bacon, California
Cheeer, Apples, received by
EVEBY VESSEL FE0H TKE COAST..
Particular attention giren to tbe pnrchase and sale
cf all kinds of Island "produce fruit, bnttjr, ejgs,
. .. ... ,. iKX. OKqWZLhj.
37-3tn . 5o. 74, Xanann Street.
AUCTION . SALES-
Br C. feV BARTOW.
Mot. 9th, at IB A. X. at SoU.voea
Will be Sold
Dry Goods, Prints, Bleached Cottons
Brown Cottons, Hosiery,
Shoes and Gaiters,
Handkerchiefs, Victoria Zxirzt,
Boxes Tea, Boxes Tofeacco arf Caailta
Casca oT Card IHatchea.
Caaea ot Kerswat,
43 C. S. BARTOW, Asetloaacr.
NORTH GERMAN KETCH " MOEWE,
jSlT Li CT10I3".
The Undersigned will sell at Pablio AacUca,
OH" WEDNESDAY, NOV'R 9th!
At 13 o'clock oon.
At the Wharf near the Harbor Maittrt Ofie.
The North German Ketch
ThisTessel at bnilt ia 1SC7; U all Oak; wall
found with Inventory complete Copper! and
Copper Fastened ; and readr for sea.
42 C. S. BAKTOW, Acitieaeer.
DILLINGHAM & GO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
STEAMER MOSES TAYLOR,
NEW YORK & LIVERPOOL
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TWINES,
Shoo Laces, Paper Collars,
BREAKFAST, DINNER & TEA KNIVES.
SILVER PLATED FORXS 4 TEA KNIVES,
Sliver Plated Table Spoons,
Silver Plated Desert & Tea Spoons,
A Large Assortment of Pocket Cutlery,
A Full Assortment of Shears and Scissors,
Hiitclicr Kniresi. 5, 0, 8, 10, 12 a II In.,
liritKsi Scrcir Pulliesi.
Suafllc, l'clliani Ac Port ltltst, relo web.
Copper tVIroCIoth, fine mesh.
Brass Butts, Chest Locks,
Gum Shellac, &c
SUITABLE FOB. TRADE.
Percussion Caps, Rifles,
Kerosene I.nmp and
Knbbuck'a Pnre White Lead and Zinc,
Ilnbbnek'a But Boiled United Oil.
BYAM'S EIGHT CAED HATCHES,
RUBBER HOSE, I, J, 1, 1J a 2 Inch,
BOX CUISELS. COLD CHISELS.
Caulking Irons & Ship's Scrapers, '
ALL of which
TOGETHER WITH THEIR OTHER STOCK,
WILL BE SOLD
At the Lowest Market Rates,
A Liberal Discount to the Trade.
TUB FRENCH Residents of Ilonoiala,
at a recent meet in 7. bare resolved to open, at
the Store or 2Iessr. CHALLAMEL A CO.. 7o. 3
Xnuann Street, a Subscription List fer th relief' of
the families of the killed and woosdeu In th praant
war of their conntrj.
Ererj Frenchman is invited to ecme tad girt hlf
Obolni , large or small. It is open also, far ererjec
else who wishes to contribute to tbe same Christian
and humane object. Tho fnnds will h tent by eaah
Steamer bj Mr. Balliea. 3S-tf
AVIS.-X.es Frnncnis retidests a Hohss
lnld out deeide dan) lenr reunion d'anrrir sa
liite do sonssription ebe Meam. CHALLAUEL t
CIE., a Honolulu, pour renic ea sido fax faaiSes
des SoIdaU Fnncaia morf on blesses pendant la
guerre actselle. Tout Francais eat tariu a apporUr
on envojer son Obole grand on patita.
La, list est ourarte anssi poor toato perscana qui
desireralt contribuer an mem bat dharaaniU. Xs
foods seront expiedies par cbiqu rapeur jar Mr.
B allien, Commlssaire et Conral Ia France, ni ra
eerra egaiement, let oCrandoa qui seront depeaasi
dirtetement chealai, (Kuuanu Arenas.) SC-tf
IS VIRTUE of an Eiecation issued ijj J.
M0NTQ0MERT, Esq., Polie Jostle of Boao
lain, upon a judgment ajainit KA0ArjA.d.rcadct
in exeentioq.ln farcr tf J01IX DAVIS piahstif la
xeeutlon, for Fifty-fir si-109 (SSMJj'doCajH. I
baseleTied upon and' shall expos: for aala'sjatsw
highest bidder, on the I2th day or KTesibr,nt 12
'o'clock soon, on: tbe premises in Smith Street. tat
Inlu. Island of Oabn, all th right, title, aai IctaH
oflhe said Kauaua. in and to a wooden dwagsssfc
Unless tbe said judgment, interest, costs of M
and mr fees and commissions be prtriosaly .wHislis.
V. C. PAJSKK, MawliaT
Honolulu, Oi't'r II, lgtO. KUSt "