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rauat which oar Islands, mud
taw f taasah steeded. hare fallen
Mt weeV. Tfce elaenge dee
merely u reads
U th agricultural and
aWa tin U acta re for expect.
of arrivals steeeetir
left aria f vfcsrh will he
That aaaak mt that whales, aa Jar. ia very gaarf, asri
witt it aaaal Vaaaa- aMr fusm. wwaM jastify aa ia
feafMMII IVt iatin this an nek
Haav il a aaa. has at aaaaaat arteae Dothing
aaajr aaaaaa aaw aa Mm !" af whalaeaios
teas, aawaar (a aaaat fciaaaali iiiiuaas.iima.
aMaaMaaafaaaawaatata taia year far r
; fraaa taas aatt. ftOTMaaa of all kiaaa are
RMtaaaa ia law. Aa far l
S aar aaaL, wMeh aa rhip-
af ; ahtwagh we
ia Saa Fraaeiaea
aaa ha aaM atper, oresca at
m what thay da. aaa if
I, a t r-
huaata atHs Mag drawn
ha ia itaatf aaaxthiag
, mitred an the
i daa TwAalaaa wa la 2vth
kXhsMM aarwVe M, aph Sugar, etc,
aaa aar aaatfcat wan af Ike haft gratia Of
far Saa Fiaaaitee aa the
tkat a ssirgVSagar
mmj as kawaj areata la
Pamaad. . Thai eaa Bat
eager, latcrem ai
aa it warn wiara a trail nil ia that dirw-
m far asa- tar Taiaarj- Dwrjxaea. .Altkoask.it
mm? wmm warakga, wk tfca hi a t f akaiaji i wf idhkage
atd ivwaac aa tbc Cehwahea Biacr. Ike proportiaoat
raaHBafraaa akejaaaaja aaw aaah aiLwtei than froBi
g a FtaaaCkaa. wwaaar e wa'iilnai rata of atorage.
charge l at the latter
that the whafiae ktAa War. Katek and
haea efaaafwi haada ; hath will be eon-
aa ea wkaOjaa; wnia eraaa tbit part-
Tka ktaj aaaa.n
will eaal fur Tahiti in a few
Arr-Iaul rAVlthIr- to v. lli.
dkkr Kaw crrwrM. aa
mar y. !
. Ma Arctic, wrth
ear leiaalw, flulllt . fa raaaiaaa la.
1-la wh v aawaed, raHar. tai antic, with
Viae wktewwVH. Ja few.
aw wh aihia'iw. Sarfaa, fw Arctic with
lWwMi wk . MM fax ha.
aw wa krtiOwaat, Wama. Iw Areafc, with
awaaaawkak. T.aaeaV aa.
Aaa ak kh kaa ki i iaa. W. tm Aatalc, with
1 jaha Taenia 1
BwBwT WaMawtt SflaTIVL Mk
kajkhla t aaayw. UaaTatai 8 Fraaeheo.
aar ak . Baala. O aiaiach. fia .Ualic, with
' ''. iryihfti ."jiTw-yTiaa Jlfitia. Wh
Aaa wk ak kean karaaa, Jwwiy. ka Arctic,
Aaa wh kk Ulllil. wiaaa. ka roHe, with
-? akaw, Harekwt wja ka S Friato.
aa wk k3kaaaa, laa aaa. ka Arctic, with
LMtkVa ak. Ikkoa at. ka.
k-kaaakhk kill kn i. fhaahal. ka Arctic
Aaa wk aa I aaa ,D 1, ka Arekc, with 1.-
awwkkk An all I. Crlaa, fe Arctic, with 68
tAaaaraaak?awarSa ft fm TafeHL
aaa. haac,jrwa la,
aakr naaet Kha. TetMe, for
a r fjreO main, aaat. kaatit gaaw?-Laa lloac
lajEa. taaa. tkali il al m ha Maafar if area haM
aw hi Vmm V Umx. Vt E, aaa bat few whalao.'
a wkak tat tT'haa' Fate! aakHa. Arctic 0eaao
ktkilal 3AM taac ULt W. la all la whatta'
a awk a al M.w bom. Kaat ae oa tth of
i aBBBaar wkh aka Wartaa. At 6 o'otork the mkhs
a kia h aar aataaT what, hattfcrae Wata as4
aftkaaaaht. kw kik aaarhaard halwarha traai the
ahal nuhaiil. Oct Tth, Icat M
ah; liainiiilhaaktaBiikiaad lo-t tn
Vl Uth 1 11 But (Be mai west late
kap wkn wa hv kat Aaaa. WOtoc aad rtowtac
Pnaa St kamiTaaei kaf to Fac liliati 1w4 Am
had veraac l'aterix
Maetar hark nrita 8aow.
Iwrawa Tfe par OM, Xwa. M, Mr IWHtfa, ffa
jaaeai. a I . Jta HaaH.
Maaa Wklli il rwaa. par Kkaaas Not A K Etartiar,
3fcrJadaa, B kwa. OBJ A P Saew, Mtt Jaawa Mahee aad t
m luklll Oaa K r Umia, aad Wifc, J Pat;. Her S C
r.t, k aitst
ajett M: Faraicn. f 1000
TarSaaftL a-r Pruu. Vt citiec 1th:
MHk. MiHaf. tana.
flkBjL. l.FreierrtJ Krniu,ci ... 3
&3tmU Tfl Willi m H lfNO
waaaa. HbwiWii Fndaee,Iw) N; Fars, 7i
Maai, ear luheaa, Kerr. 34:
" iftlti Tie firm of Chsilamel i Go., af this ciiT,
wxaaatrelpaed Vefore the TaHce Ccort during lait
waakfcrgiliwrag prrHcni lioon without alieeoie,
ihtjr'IiacfewB ta retl at wbolerale enlr. After
a Mi beariep.aed reren! peatpocenetitt, the Court
CareHa deeifieo en Saturday morning, tmpolin? a
aefaM. which it 'the mlniaism "pmcribed'ty
tttfsta. Sir. Tbetspt oe, cosstel for Uia defenrLuiU,
sated as appeal Lo tie Ssprrse Court.
: :. laaeaMl M qpsaa tratUw. brag
tr Wtfse. "hjfti ts taMfc
a Kaaaaai. Che An arap Jh eetCemi
w- Mia tseea ft wvr
r - w vaaai-woa
RBhai awl afcaaM aak Va On w
May saa aaaaaaaa, ar a araat
T I , jhyalaj-kJ-ajBa
wakW AaTfcaa .. ..fim .Jaajj ...j
aarSSaSaSrahar .I":.'!?!'". 'aaJ wjsxaV lew
tattlltit.. la.lai. .. I tl ... sag. .
aaiaJt T n i iPaa . J. waiUMMV ItaN
aw ta araMat L waaaawa ... lk fJM Caljei 10000
mm a Wm tmrtWHtary. ... . M Tfcjlenj jaono
fcVaC ai in' ""j swjMSj S Sm
jSaawaTiaarWwa''.''!!.! '1 So rSlS!l M0
awftTaSajaaS" '"' t"' jf gSft" TWO
aaa'aAima " " 4aBllfMao aSw
at o aa i k aaaai ... aiueiia mooo
aw. aa kaaaa aWwaa. Jaaaay i. t uritnm 90S
wit aaaiia Ummm I Sen 4 vnjaw Uoaa
wa-ak anak. 1va . . SjO) . . 1 1W00
a lai U ...i mMimi vm
alaW f ml II II mtiTx loww
kawr Klawa, ka alaaL
Aaa t in iil
I Aaa aahi Pwta. , fcrTahW.
T-ahtftaT 9tMays tSt KtwwHaL
kak 1 1 a
'Thrffaa "aaacam i. par Oawat, Mataeahfr M
TwajBBvL kaaka.. . . .. kkpeaae. kaca..
jlak iiKt-a. ok
Phasts of the Moon for Sovcmbcr, 1870,
rar.PAa.EB bt rsrr. nxra. bxith.
nOXOLOIX MEAN TIME.
Sar. Tth. Fall Monti
Not. lath. Last Quarter.
Koa.Ma. r Mm
Nov. SWn, lit Qearter. . .. j. . ..
TIME SUX RIMNQ AND SETTING.
1st, fan Mm 8 67 ak Sun Sets
Ma. Saa Htrce 6 09 . fan Seta
lath. San Mm ell Saa Sou ,
Ma. fwa Mm. -e ID Son&tU .
IM. Sn'Cha e Son Sett. ,
Ant ptrfon baring Ibe rdutlc ot Mozart's 12tb
Tsi? and Who ia irillljis to loarf It Mrtlfr.Mat ? to
be eanc at the Catholic Church on Sunday next,
will confer a faror br leaving It at Mr. Wbltnej't or
Mr. Thrnm'a. i
CimccIatIss LiBnlitr. To those who n're kept
at borne thctu-ratBV nlbtr , and are fond of reading,
we racoraatend a pail on Tbraui's fctabtlehtnent,
MarerMBt &lreel, where a fine asaortmrnt of ttonkf
mav be found, let oat on the cirealatlng library tye-
tern, on extrnmly rmxlcnite terms.
The Trip to Hilo. From Capt. Harrison, of the
alearaer Klhura, we learn that the weatln-r, on
the northeast aide of Hawaii dnring the last trip
to Ililo, was extremely boltllrous. The sett was
yery hoary, and tbc boat aylmes,ilunzc bona un
der, wbile tb proptllcrwas elevuled.l)Kij1ntlfBnJr.
TheTeraut wb lined. with TOmblnK'blCakeri'-iiria
landlajr; was difficult and daneious even In Hilo
Bay, febeltered as It Is. On the arrival of the steamer
last Saturday, the crew (natives) refused to go sgaln,
saying that the weather uas too eei ere.
Amusements It it seldom the public of Hono
Ib!u bare beeu supplied nith similar first-class cn
tertaiumenls to those they bare enjoyed during the
past two weeks. The Rogers Troupe- of Minstrels
ba e durlnsst -iretk (;iven entertalnmerits. which
were the delight of all who visitisd their iwrfiirroon
ceft. The Japanese gaye exhibitions on Monday and
Toeaday evenings of this week, which vtere well
attended and highly appreciated. During the remain
der oXjlH! wttk, Messra. RJyner aud NeiU, 'In'crfir-
jnnctlon with the Rogers Tronpc will present the
public with some of their delightful farces, which
J nil! net fall toraw largaliou.es. . ,
I rt t-i. ... .. . ... , . . t, . t . .
ja iiiyiMiij tu-iiiuuutty cieuing, .lilts liubinu
Uarandinl has a benefit at which we trope to "see all
tbe admirers of ber EjJemlld singing present.
If tkey-itvre all! berry sbr.vvlll bave'n cause to com
plain of tbe patronage of the public Ve notice
that to night there is no concert.
NDWsi'Al'fnENTEUPKisE. LastJlouday, appeared
tbe first number of a netr newsrMper lh the native
rangoar;, v. jtli Ibe till of ' Ka Manama," n bich in
Engliab mean, Tl.t Timet. It'pnrporls 10 be IffUed
bv aa Assoclatinn of HanaiBids, and if sufficitiit
encouragement offers, they propose to issue semi
Weekly. It Isaboot tbe size or Ibfc Daily Herald,
that flourished so brilliantly and faded so suddenly
a lew j-tjars ago.,'(The leading article of tbe (Hmet is
well written, and promises that tbe coarse of the
paper shall be thoroughly Judcpendcnt. of, ftc-U,
creeds, parti4s and external influence; 'aad' be
deroted to tbe Interests pf thaiiation at large. Suc-ct-s
to tbe uew Tim. '
ATthe services In the Roman Cttliulic Church on
Sunday morning next, the Carandini Troupe "III
asaiat in fluging tbe celebrated TvelflU.MaES of
Mozart. STttfr tbe ieifVlces, ; a" coileitfon'mirbo
taken up fur tbe benefit of the sick and wounded
French soldiers dutliig the present war. It is to be
hoped that all our citizens will be present to hear
tbe splendid uiualc which will be rendered on tbe
occasion, and that all nlil go prepared to contribute
to tbe charitable object for which the Jlass is given.
When the sick and Hie wounded call lor assistance,
tbe truly charitable do not stop to ask what lan
guage tbe nufartunate speak.' s
Toe KeARSAnec An bad Agaix. Tbe second cut
ter of tbo U. S. B. Kcarsarge, which it will be remem
bered wyn,a. race with the.Jamestowp's boat lastSep
toaiber in this harbor, has achieve! another victory
in tbe bay f San Francisco. Ebe was rbwed against
th Saranae'a barge, in a race of nine miles, beating
tbe bitter three minutes nineteen seconds. This
makes' the sixth riSeein wbieh ib Kearsarf e's boat
baa btn saatehed, winning in all. Tbe reporter of
the 0U in wbioh we nd the ftiregolng, xnustbaye
a vast, store of geographical k'nowletfge; for he" says,
the Kearaarges won a raca at (Tacawana, Sandwich
.'.KijtoNtc "VVEATnEit. TIic rainy weather which
came on about tbe middle of last month, appears to
have taken such liking to our "sunny isles," that
it bangs on like tbe tooth-ache, and wc .seldom get
a glimpse of "the glorious king of day." Last win
ter was like summer, with only exceptional showers,
but now, the pluvial gods are making up for past
remissness. Wlmleshlps from tbc Arctic report dis
agreeably wet weather all tbe way do n since leav
ing Bbering's Straits. Following all tills moisture,
which lias soaked the hitherto parched earth, we
may look far a summer of unprecedented abundance
In agrtcullaral productions, aud a corresponding cry
for 'more labor."
"So. 2 and No. 4. There appears to have sprung
up a friandly rivalry between Fire Enplue6 Xo."2
and No. 4. As we stated In our last, the trial as to
tbu capabilities e! the two machines did not conic
off on the day advertised, but on Saturday last, tbe
two companies tnrncd out and bad a fair trial, at the
hydrant on Merchant Street. Judges were appoin
ted, and'dosely watched the whole proceedings, and
pave their verdict that tbe Twos were the winners.
Fours, full of rim. Insist that tbey did beat, and If
they did not, tbey ought to bare done so, and but
for some mismanagement would have douc so
aud therefore tbe trial Is to be bod overagain. Tbc
Fours has tbe largest list of active members, all na
tive Ilawalians, but the cylinders of their machine
are only about half the capacity of -Twos. Emuta
ttoai between tbe different branches of the Fire De
partment cannot hut lead to a good result.
Anniversakt of tub American Board. The
Rev. Titus Coan, of IlIJo, appears to have been pres
ent at tbe anniversary meeting ol tbc American
Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions, re
cently held at Brooklyn, N. T. Among "features
of especial Interest," .vide tbe N. T. Independent,
" was tbe thrilling address of Rev. Titus Coan, who
comes back after 37 years service In the Sandwich
Islands, wbare he 1m had the tumor the Italics are
our ewu of baptizing 1,700 converts in onoday, and
nearly 12,000 during 1ils ministry there probably
mere than bare been baptized bv any other man liv
ing. He Is now seventy years old, Is a very fluent
and Interesting speaker, and seems in the very flush
of his powers. Tbe Sunday following he gave ad
dresses over an hour long in two of the largest
churches In Brooklyn, besides visiting New York ill
In tbe afternoon." Wo are clad to bear of tbe cor
dial reception ol tho Rev. Mr. Coan, at bis old home,
and hope to see him back again to bis island home.
But that 1,700 baptisms in one day, sticks In 'our
crop, however much wc may believe that be talked
mrr an iiuur ak a time, xiuvuig a lasie lor ligures
perhaps His a falling of ours ue find that In the
ten hours which generallygo to makeup a daythere
are GOO minutes; querey? How to explain the cleri
cal problem of 1.700 babtisms in a day. This is a
nut for the Free-Will Baptl'ts lo crack.
Umbrellas Mended. That was tbe sign which
attracted our attention one morning last week while
walking along Beretania street. Haviugln our pos
session a dilapidated specimen of that article, for
tbe carrying of which a man was pelted with stones
in tbe streets of London only a hundred yearsago we
called at the Umbrella Mender's stand. He was a
Hawaiian, brisk, busy and cheerful. He made oar
old raln-sbelteras good as tew, In a few minutes, at
the charge of only two bite, and at the same time,
by bis sensible talk, give us at least four bits worth of
entertainment. Who taugbt bim how to mend um
brellas, and bridles and harness for he did all these,
and lots of other things ! Nobody, he said. But be
had seen that Chinamen picked up a good many
rials In that way, and watching tbetn at work, was
confident be could do as welL How did be make
out f Well, he could'nt complain. " Himself, wife
aud baby had plenty to cat and good clothes to wear
of a Sunday. He paid bis taxes, and did'nt ijwc any
one a dollar. Would'nt . be prefer to be rich,
and not-obliged to wotk for living! After a
thoughtful pause, he replied "No; too much
money is worse than too little." Wise umbrella
mender, thought we: many a man might take a lea
ton from a few minutes chat at your unpretentious
Fell down the Hold. A native seaman on
board tbe whalcsbip Henry Tabcr, lying In the har
bor, lost his balance and fell- down tbe hatchway,
yesterday morning. At first, everybody supposed
he vt as killed, but it turned out that be was Inwardly
fortified with whisky, and consequently got off with
a few bruises aud a considerable of a stnnning. It
is an old saying that drunken men can fall with im
punity where a sober person would break his neck.
Tempcs Fcoit Time Flies said an ancient
author. Newspapers fly, now-a-days. Ou the 4th
of November, last Friday, we had a New Tork pa
per placed on onr table, dated October 13. What
would have been said, thirty years ago in Hawaii
nei. if anv.ono should bare broached the possibility
of such an achievement'? He'wtjnld have been put
down among the Baron Muncbansens. Wait till we
get our telegraphic cable laid between San Francis
co and Jaan, with a mid-ocean resting place at Dia
' The Fab East." This is tic title ot a news
paper, a few numbers of which we have seen, printed
and published by J. IL Anglin, at the Japan Gazette
office, Yokohama. It Is a semi-montbly, appearing
on the first and sixteenth of every month. It is an
octavo In form, and handsomely Illustrated with
views of Japanese scenery. It appears to be well
edited too. But the price strikes lis, considerably
farther West than our cotemperary as we are, as
rather steep, viz: $1. per single copy! If newspa
per men are paid at those rates in Japan, It would'nt
be a bad idea for some of ns to immigrate thither.
It has beeu seldom that our citizens have had
the privilege of listening to a series of musical
concerts so pleasing as those now being afforded
them by tbc Carandini troupe, as it U qually sel
dom that a whole family is to be found so gifted
with musical genius ns is this one. The execution
of Madame Carandini iu operatic music, .ably as'
slsted by Mr. Walter Sherwln Is superb, while tbe
duetts and songs of the sisters Roslna and Fannie cn
trance all who hear them. Notwithstanding the in
clement weather for the past two.wccks, the Caran
dinis have been filrly patronized at their nightly
concerts, one thing being always observable that
amou,tbeaudieuce,t during the most inclement
icniuci uiL-anmjaiuuc Cecil uur ucni luuNiai utiles,
who of etirirse, .bejtgbetter abkrto Judge "of the
quality ol the music, are nmongthe most enthusiast
ic of the audience. Not the least pleasing of the
performances of tills troupe are the character and
comic songs of Mr. J. Small. His delineations of
Irish character arc perfect, while it wonld be diffi
cult to imagine anything more comic than bis " TJn
fortuuatc,Man."TI. " .
The TJ. S. Snip St. Marys arrived at this port on
Saturday tbe 5th Inst from San Francisco. Our old
residents will remember the former visit of the SI.
Marys at this port In she therefore comes back
to us as an old acquaintance and friend. We give
belowa list of her officers;. D '
Commander T. C. Harris, Commanding.
Executive Officer l.leut. Comd'r. W. ,W. Maclay.
Savigutor Lieut. W. H. Brownsqn. , c
LiculenanU G. B. Livingstone, 1). W. Davis, A.
Matter E. D. F. Ifeald.
Surgeon G. S. Beardsjey.
P.X.btmaj H. SBtanclnX A -f
Lltut. Marine J. II. Sherburne.
AuCt. iurgeoHJ. A. Hanke.
Sailmaler Geo. T. Douglas.
Iloatneain M. Illckey."" '. fiQ?'"- ,
' C-m-i-tr-W: C0P& ' u " ' "Jv
Girjienter 11. R. Phllbrlck.
Ji'jinatcr'i Clerk F. S. Alwln.
CtipfatnV CkrkB. O'Brien.
MatetL. Beyersdorff, R. T. Lawless, T. W. Ben
bam, C. E. Uasselbacktr. "r -' l
Tim CaraniliniJf till-continoo i their delightful
Concerts, and this week have been favored with
Till houses; Tliefinclemency oflhe weather during
the Etay of this troupe of artist? has been such
js. to materially interfere with tbe 'patronage to
which tbuv are entitled. Our people, being ac
customed to fine weather are averse to going out
when it rains, which cliaructnristic, would some
times induce a stranger to Ui.ipk thatwe suppose
ourselves constituted of one of the two chief ar
t.cles of oar export Salt or iigar. Their Mon
day evening entertainment was.au entire success.
Their laughing chorus was so natural as to com
pel one of our elderly citizens to join iuT which in
stance of natural innocence brought down the
bouse. The appearance for the first time here of
tho two younger sisters Isabella and Lizzie was
hailed with great enthusiasm and boquets were
most.aMndant and we do not doubt .that if the
young gentleman element In our co'mniunity had
been more abundant, they would no doubt have
been buried in roses. The3o young 'ladies give
promise or rivaling their mother and elder sisters.
The song "Trtist Her Not," wbicfi is.so effectively
sung by the Misse3 Ilosiua'and Fannie,' is a
great favorite with many, and when, the ladies
direct their glances towards some of our elderly
citizens who, if (experience could be of any avail,
might be considered "shot proof " in such matters,)
they seem to be entirely overcome, and cannot
resist sitting on the front seats in order to mo
nopolise if possible these Ifitle attentions of the
charming singers. The presence of these ladies
nnd gentleman is suggestive of many thoughts,
and as we look back over the long period of time
which it has-been our fortune to pass in this coun
try nnd compare the early years of our residence
with tliti present) it appears liko a dream. Sit
ting In ths Hull nud lookihg around upon a well
dressed and appreciative nndience whilst in front
of us stand artists of the first character, we call to
mind the time when it was difficult to raise a qua
drille even.und almost the only singing and music
was the Psalmody of the Q'hurches. We reflect
again that whilst-we have b'ecnaccustomed to see
of late years artists going across tbo ocean to en
tertain tho AustralianCoInnists.'now 'we see ele
gant and accomplished nnists, natives or those
Colonies, going to seek in older communities the
reward for that fi.ne which they have already
won in their native country. Sorely steam is
doing wonders for ns, and making 'the Pacific
which in our youth was the field of romance alone
from its vastness nnd from being comparatively
unexplored, to be passed, almbst a3 a ferry.
Madame Carandini iias a clear and rich soprano
voice, and so much of acting as she sees fit to in
troduce into her role, is of the most attractive
character. When looking at her as she appears be
fore the audience, one can hardly believe that she
is the mother of the lovely group of daughters
which surround her; aud when one hears her man
age her voice with the utmost precesion. which
possesses all tbe flexibility and sweetnessof youth,
he cannot but say " surely time has deal gently
by this woman" or, even ask himself if it has not
forgotten to make any impression upon her. Miss
Roiina has a fine, pure .sweet, flexible, and highly
trained soprano voice, and sings with great taste
and finish and' may expect to coin her gold
en notes Into United Statei "mint drops" amon,'
the liberal population of the Pacifi: coast. Miss
Fannie has a powerful, full contralto voice of
great compas3. Her low note3 are surprising for
their destinctness. Her bearing before the au
dience is so self-possessed and natural'-that
added to her charming beauty it commends
her at one? to the appreciation of her audience
and establishes an acquaintance with them.
Added to their musical skill, their ladly like man
ners rendee them altogether worthy of the pat
ronage rind esteem of the public, Mr. Shentiu
has' an excellent tenor voice and renders his part
with great effectiveness; whilst Mr. Small is
inimitable as a caricaturist as illustrated - in - his
" Unfortunate Man" and " Hamlet," which we
.never saw made more ridiculons, except when
some actors have undertaken seriously to render
Fli Sbc In a late London paper, ns observe that
a Chinese author, of several hundred years ago, has
been resurrected his works, we mean and they are
said to be remarkable for wit and sentiment. It is
suggested that thia is the origmaf of "'Shu Fly,"
The Whalers. Our annual visitors are coming
Into port quite fast, and no ara glad to say, with good
catches. Tbe highest, so far, i the Josephine, Capt.
Cogan.with 2,2C0 barrels. Saeh' a report reminds
us ot the old times of 1852 and the following six or
seven vears. when from tno to three thousand barrels
- , , ,
was frequently reported as tbe season's cateh of a
Ship. Speaking of whalers, tbefr indomitable cner-
gv is something remarkable. Governments .have sent
out exploring and surveying snips, and expeditions
to discover the North Pole, expending large snms of
money fur that abject. Bat the hardy whalemen. In
pursuit of an honest livelihood, are the best explorers.
Daring the past seasun, some of the. ships -crnisiog iu
tbe Arctic got so near the snpposed, situation of tbe
Polo that their longitude was scarcely worth working
up. We predict that a whaler will be the first to dis.
cover and go through the lmg-sought North-West
passage, the search for which has cost the world
so much money and so many valuable lives.
"Tnc Pioseer Devottd to the promotion of
human rights, Liberty, Justice, Fraternity." This
Is the heading of a newspaper which comes to us
from San Franciseo, with tbe indorsement, "Please
notice and exchange." On looking over the paper,
we find that it Is edited by a woman, Mrs. Emily
Pitts Stevens, evidently one of the' strong-minded
ones, and .without doubt a woman of ability.forlhe
paper is ably edited. The editorials have the gen'
uine smack of an old band at the pen, and Mrs. Ed
itress is not at all backw ard in showing up the fall
ings of ber own sex, (the old feminine game again,)
w bile advocating what she terms their rights, right
to vote, to fill any position in life which she may
prove herself qualified for. Mrs. Stevens Is also an
oratress, as well as an editress. AtJ'Datbaway Hall,
quite recently, she addressed a large audience on the
subject of Woman Suffrage. The address is said to
have been original iu character, containing many
passages of uncommon brilliancy, and w as delivered
with admirable effect. Iu tbe Dally J!oninrj Vail,
we find a very flattering notice of the "San Fran
clfCO County Woman Suffrage Association," at the
meeting of which the above mentiontd address was
delivered. It Is perhaps all right, tbat woman
should thus put her best foot foremost, In'these
days, but we, living so far out In tbe wide Pacific,
can hardly sec It yet. We had rather, in onr old lngy
style of thinking, sco woman in tbe sphere she so
well adorned when we were boys, and we would
gladly go bJck to those days, even at the expense of
getting spanked, to Sec tbe old-time woman again.
JIESNETT-HAIIRIS-At Itosa Kanch, Uliipalakna, Maul,
by tbe Rev. Dr. S. C. Dimon, op YTtdne fa, Jfor. 2, 1S70,
Capt. Xehemlah It Bennett to MIjj Calbtrlno Mateo Harris.
No card". 3, San Tranciscojapem pletue copy.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
Dramatic and Musical Combination!
For Four Nights Only.
; REAPPEARANCE OF
3VXxr. i7Vixxx,os UNTolU,
Who will appear Nightly in SPARKLING C0MEIJ1
In conjunction with
IVTisH HNTolXio SCoaxuor,
and tbo members of
E0GERS-' CALIF.0ENIA TROUPE
Wednesday & Thursday .Evenings
Kovetnber fltb and 10th,
The Performance .will commtcce witD. a Select IMiri-
&trel Variety! consisting of Songs' l)i.nces,'tc.
bjr tbc llogers' Troupe.
To conclude with Ibe amusing Comedy of
THE S.0LDIER OF FORTUNE,
(hS-LOVE -AND C0SSTAXCTJ
Z3f Admission Dress Circle One Dollar: Orches
tra Seats Seventy-five"Cent , PitiFifty Cents. Doerrs
open at Seven o'clock": Performance commences 'at
half-past Seven. . v
23T FRIDAY EVENIK0, an Entire Change of
Programme. ,-. .i.il'j !t
3f. DICKSOX'hns fitted up
r-rxBiiiB turnery un cun cirrct, mbi
ffilU'l side, between King and Hotel Sts.,
. 1 I. 1 1 TV . C .
nnd is now prepared to take lio
lures of any desired style' or size.
pSr Island Views for Sale. 43-6tn
Ktnir Street. Honolulu, neat the Ualr nreflslDK
Saloon, corner of Klua: and Fort. All Watches
p- h Cle-tned and Repaired, and gOaraoteed f.c 12 months.
&t Crutrge moderate. 42 3mc
JOHA S. JIcHIJiV, M. IK,
( Late Snrpeon U. f. Army,)
Can 1 consulted at bis residence on Hotel St., between AU-
liea and rtnolcu Street. I JO
w. BCKFnarja- - r, asowa.
" Ma75IISIKiTVS ifc BIIOW,
IHP0ETEBS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
In Wines. Spirits. Ale, Porter. c c. Merchant Street
linnololu. . 18-lrS
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO
HAVE OX SALE ,
HEAVY FLAT BAR IRON
FOUR CEXTS PER POUXD.
Bar Iron the Usual Size,
FIVE CENTS PER POUND.
Further Rcfliicliou for Large Quantities.
Estate of C. N. Spencer & Co., in'
AFirtST DIVIDEND OF riFTEKN
, per cent will ba . paid to.the creditors of this
Estate, who have proved their claims at the office of
W. L. Oreen.
Honolulu, - - W. L. GREEK,
Nov. 8th, 1870. F. H. HARRIS.
43-It .. , Assignees.
Watch Found. ,
THE" OWNER CAN HAVE IT BY call
ing at tbe Registry ofilce, and paying tbe cast
of this advertisement. 45-3t
THE UNDERSIGNED, Assignees of the
Estate of S. M. CARTER, Bankrupt, hereby
five notice to all who ara 'owinc tbe said Bankrupt
Estate, to call and settle their accounts at the oQca of
Adams & Wilder, immediately.
HAJfL G. WILDER,
S. B. DOLE, -
Honolulu, Oct. 18, IS70. 10-4t Assignees.
THE LADIES OF HONOLULU
WjJLL TTold. Jt. Unir
On Thursday Evening, .Nov. 24th,
AT SIXES O'CLOCK,
At the Olympic Hall; Nnuanu-St,
For the ISencflt of the Lusts' Benevolent Society.
C3, The GEAC BAG wilt be tpen In the afUrnoon.
Admission Fifty Cents.
t3. Tickets may be had at the Stores of R L. Eichirdi aad
Co., E. 0. Uall A Son, and J. T. Waterhcust. SS-"t
Br ADAMS & WILD UK.
By order of the administrators of the Estate of Her
late Mnjcjty, Qaeen Dowager II. K. Kapakuhaili,
On Thursday, -NovcmDer'lOth,
.At L? o'clock-M., at Salesroom, will be sold
at puMie auction,
,' iosE.rAiREnrsnPERro.RL J
SORREL 'CARRIAGE HORSES !
Formerly owned by General McCook,
THE WELL K.X0WS
PAIR OF BAT HORSES-JOHN BROWN AND LONG ISLAND!
One pair of Bay Ponies, One Sorrel Carriage horse.
These horses are all well broken and suitable for
cither single or double harness.
ADAMS & WILDER, Auct'r.
RESIDENCE OF CAPTAIN WW. BERRILL,
OjY MONDAY,1 .
NoTcmbcr 21st, at lO o'clock, A. M.
' - At Tn!ilt- Anfttnn V tt.t.tin t -
Parlor, Bed Room, Dining Boom
- . arid- kitchen Furniture : $
One Koa Centre Table, Hair-seat Rockers,
llair-clotb 6ufas anil Charrs, Easy Chairs,
Card and .Work Tables, Brussels .Carpet, . i
TdarbTe Time Piece, with stand, ,
One Superior Chickoring Piano,
7 Otave Also,
A Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ
of superior make. Musio Stools aud Music,
Brussels-Velvet Table Cover, v - '
Walnut Hat and Umbrella Stand,
Brackets, Vases, Statuettes, Pier Olasses,
Ruga and Tidies, Candlestick Vases,
Three light Chandeliers with pulleys
Window Sb-tdes, Curtain and Brackets,
Rosewood Gilt Window Cornices,
ASi't of .Six 'Superior I'.illiopfraphM,
OH I'll in tin;;" nud I'ictiircs,
D A .'' lioolc Case unci Books,
WHEELER & WILSON SEWLXG MCIIIIN'E
Koa Bedstead double ami single.
Child 'a Koa Cot, Mahogany Marble-top Bureau
and Wa9htand, Camphor-wood Wardrobe
Filth Avenue CbalrSr-Cane-eeat Rooker
Verandah and Diniog Room Oil Cloths,
Red Room Carpets, Clothes Dasketi,
Slahnnj Extension Dining Table,
Cannfy Bird, Siile Board, Clook Stand,
Children's High Cane-seat Chairs,
Dinitig,Rjym and Verandah Chairs,
-Xarg fnDging Lamp, Mosquito Netting,
Table and, Household Linen and Bedding,
Ulodcl Cook Stove anJKitcIieiiT'uriiiturC)
Tables, etc., etc. Also,
One Horse, Buggy and Earness,
Garden llose and Tools,
v .A lot of Firejrood and old Lumber,
HOUSE IN THE YARD, TO BE REMOVED,
Meat Safe and Pigeon House Also,
The House to Let or Lease.
AUA3IS i' WILDER, Auci'rs,
REGULAR ROOM SALE!
IVotV lO, at 10 A. 31. lit Salesroom,
A -Largo Assortment of
NEW & DESIRABLE tOODS!
Consisting in Part of
L. . DRY GOODS,
Amoskcag Denims,' Rleachcd Cotton. Linen Drill,-
etr Prints, Fine Coburgs and Alpaca?,
Heavy Hickory Shirts, Fancy Woolen Shirts,
Pants, Merino and .Cotton Undershirts,
Felt Hats, Socks and other articles.
Soaps, Perfumery, Knives and Forks,
Silk Umbrellas, Enrelopes, Writing Paper, Ac.
Glass and Crockeryware, Kerosene Oil,
Hard Matches, Tobaoen and Cigars,
Teas, Brown Sugars, Gonny Batrs,
White Lead, Ale, .lc, ia.
ADAMS A WILDER, Auet'rs.
J. H. THOMPSON,
Will Sell from this Date,
All Small Sizes of Iron !
Five Cents per Pound !
HEAVY FLAT IRON !
Four Cents per Pound !
FAMILY GROCERY AND FEED STORE!
TT IIUING JIY INTUITION TO LEAVE
JL thts Kingdom, I offer for sale the abortt'tnentioned
The Large and Well-Assorted Stock,
Store Fixtures, and
Lease of Premises.
Horse and Wagon,
ENTIRE INTEREST AND GOOD WILL
Of Hie llaslncsis.
Information in respect to tba business and terms of
aala will be furnished to any responsible parties. In
quiring with the intention of purchasing.
il lta 1. llAttlLtlX.
MR. "FRANK HUOWN it admitted this
day as a PARTNER with ma in the Wholesale
Wine and Spirit Business.
1 , IV. llUJU'llIlklfi.
Honolulu, yor. 1, 1870. 41 lm
To Let or Lease
"TTlOIt ATEU3I OF YEAK8, TITEFnEM
Jj ises on Hotel Street formely known is the Hop
per premises. For farther particulars apply to -
- . W.C.PARKE.
Honolulu, Korember 1st 1870. 12-itc.
Bf ADAMS & WILDER.
ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12,
At 13 31., at Sales Kooin,
WE SHALL OFTER
The Sugar Plantation
Kcolaupoko and Koolauloa, Island of Oahu,
Lands of Kaawa,
Of which Lands there are 3345 Acres Iicltl ia
Fee Simple, and about 1500 acres on Lease,
which has 14 jears to run. Together with all tho
Of all descriptions. , '-
HORSES, CATTLE, CARTS, Etc., Etc.
THE BUILDINGS COMPRISE
I Stpne SugarHouse, Shingled Roof,
ilO ft. by 40 ft., with L part 100 ft. by 30.
One Stone Blacksmith and Carpenter Shop,
OIVE ST OKU,
SAT SIX STONE AND GRASS HOUSES, FORj LABORERS.
Trash House, Etc.
ONE DWELLING HOUSE,
With Appurtenances, at Kualoa;
Comprising Cottages, Kitchen, Storo Houses, Bath
House, Native Houso, Carriage House,
j Stables, etc., etc.
One Dwelling House with Appurtenances
THE MACHINERY COMPRISES
ONE IRON MILL !
4 fcetby 24 inches.
i One 46-Horse Power Engine.
One Nnltitnbular Boiler, 104 3-inch tubes, 6 feet by
' 15 feet.
Two Flue Boilers, 3 feet by 15 feet,
Three Steam Clarifitrj,
One Train oi Kettles,
One Copper Worm Steam Pari,
-, , One CopperPipe.McOney's
ClariSer, used as a strike Pan,
One Juice Pumn.
'One pair Centrifugals, with Engine and
Fifty Coolers, etc., "etc.
The Tools' Comprise Fifte 11 Ox Carts,
- Together with
Chains. OX Yoltoii, IMotvs,
And all the Tools properly belonging to a first class
I'iantattop. inere are ou the placo
SO Yoko of Working Oxon,
About 200 heacTof Cows,
Calvos, and Steers,
All of which have been raised on the land from im
The Place is well fenced, and has about scvenmiles
of stone wall: There is also about
100 TONS OF SUGAR TO BE TAKEN OFF THIS YEAR.
The aboveTlautation will be offered subject to cer
tain mortgages which nil! allow the terms to bo made
For further particulars, inquire of
39 ADAMS 4 WILDER, Auctioneer.
PARTIES who Received Immigrants bf
the shin "Solo," are notified that tbe amount
due on each contract is $154, payable at tbe Office of
Adans 4 wilder, on tbo ZUth day ol November.
41 6AM'I. G. WILDER, Agent.
THOS. G. THRUM
Per Mocs Taylor,
Sayer Patent Tracing Cloth,
36 inches wide.
Superior Tracing Paper,
40 x 60, 30 x 40, and 30 x 30.
Golden Robin Song Book,
STAR MEDICATED PAPER!
The only Reliable Article.
A Few Copies" DerWachtam Rhein,"
Ex lolani from Boston.
-jiQQ BARRELS PRIME PORK,
Xtw Bedford C. II. IVIiale iioata, 33 feet.
Cases Bomb Lances, Xo. 1 and 3,
New Bedford Whale Line,
Lances, TnfTgle Irons, Ilea-ry Sen Boots,
fine Tnbei- Caboose, complete
20O Barrels New Oii Casks !
Try Pots. For anle by
39-3m II. HACKFELD t CO.
J. M. CROWELL,
No. 74, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
American and European
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE.
' Bape, Hemp and Canary Seed,
An d a fall assortment of
OARBEI VEGETABLE SEEDS!
Best California Streaky Bacon, California
Cheeae, Apples, Ac., received by
EVERY TE33TX FB0K THE COAST.
Particular attention given to the purchase and sale
cl all kinds of Island prodnee fruit, butter, eggs,
etc., etc . . .
, . J. M..CR0WELL, -
37-3m 0. ? nna Street.
By C. S. BAIITOW.
NORTH GERMAN KETCH "JOEWE
The Undersigned will tall at Public Anetion,
ON WEDNESDAY, NOY'R 9th. !
At 12 o'clock rVaoB.
At the Wharf near the Harbor Master's OSee,
The North German Ketch
This Vessel was built In 1SS7 ; is all Oak ; well
found; with Inventory complete: Coppered and
Copper Fastened; and ready for sea.
42 C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
IVoT'r 13, at 19 A. St. at Salon-seat,
Will be Sold
A VARIED ASS'TMENT OF MERCHANDISE
Consiseing of Dry Goods and Clothing.
Cases of Kerosene and Card Matches,
One Silver Watch, ia good order.
AIko at 13 o'clock IVoob,
One Now, Two-Wheel Chaise.
i C. S. BARTOWr Anct'r.
THE FRENCH Residents' of Ilonolnln,
at a recent meeting, have resolved to open, at
the Store of Messrs. CIIALLAMEL t CO., Xo. 8
Xuuinu Street, a Subscription List for the reliefof
the families of the killed and wounded in the present
War of their country.
Every Frenchman Is invited to come aiJ give his
0 bolus large or small. It Is open also, for everyone
else who wishes to contribute to the same Christian
and humane tibjeet. The funds will be sent by each
Steamer by Mr. Ballieu. 38-tf
AYIS.---LC9 Frnncals residents a Hono
lulu oat decide dans Ieur reunion d'onvrlr sue
lute de souscription chez Messrs. CIIALLAMEL i
CIE., a Honolulu pour venlr en aide aui families
des Soldats Franeais morts On blesses pendant Ia
guerre actnelle. Tout Franeais est Invite a apporter
ou enToyer son Obole grande on petite.
La liste est onverte aussi pour toute personne qui
desirerait contribuer an ineme but d'humanite. Lea
fonds seront expiedies par chaqne vapeur par Mr?
Ballieu, Ccmmiisalre et Consul de France, qui rt
cerra egalemcnt, les offrandos qui ssront deposes
direclement ches Iui, (Kunanu Avenue.) 38-tf
IX VIRTUE of nn Execution issued by i.
MONTGOMERY, Esq., Police Justice of Hono
lulu, upon a judgment against KADAUA, defendant
in execution in favor of J0H' DAVIS, plaintiff In
execution, for Fifty-five SJ-100 (JJS-83) dollars. I
have levied upon and (hall expose for sale to the
highest bidder, on the 12th day St November, at 12
o'clock noon, on the premises in oinith Street, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, all the right, title and interest
of the said Kauana. in and to a wooden dwelling;
Unles the said judgment, intereaU costs of suit
and my fees and commissions be previously satisfied.
W. C. TARKE. Marshall
Honolulu. Oet'r 12. 1ST0 10-St
Land for Sale at Auction.
ON SATURDAY, the 12th I)nr of 'o
vcmber. 1370, by order of the Administrator of
the Estate of L. A. Parle, of Hilo, Hawaii, and also
by order of the Administrator of tbe Estate of .Ma
kuakane, late of Hilo, Hawaii, I shall expose for sale
at Public Auction, One Lot or Tract of Land, situate
In K&laoa, Hilo, Hawaii, and containing 80 or mora
Acres, the largest part of which ft fsnced with a good
ditch, and Is well situated near the shore.
ALSO One Town Lot belonging to the Estate of
Makuakane, aituated near School Street, and con
taining about one Acre.
ALSO Four Lots of Land aituated In Kemifle,
Puna, and containing 102 3-5 Acres, also belonging
to said Estate of Makuakane.
Heeds at expenso of purchaser.
D. II. HITCHCOCK,
Ililo, Oct. 5, 1370. 12 2t .Auctioneer.
One CONCORD WAGO.V,
made In the United States, with two
sets of Harness for wheelers, and
two sets for leaders, with brake attached, nearly new,
and warranted in good order, for sale by
42-lto JOHN THOMAS WATERHOUSEj
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ---Estate of
ISAAC MONTGOMERY deceased.
Notice ia hereby given y the undersigned, execu
tors of the will of Isaao Montgomery, to the creditors
of and all persons having claims against the estate of
tho said deceased, to exhibit the tins duly authenti
cated and. with the necessary vouchers toW. C. Parke
Esq., within six months of the first publication of thia
notice or they will be forever baned.
(Signed,) LOUIS MAIORKT. D'ARATHIE,
Vic. Ap. des Sandwich Islands,
Dated Honolulu, November 1st. 1870. 42-2m
THE. undersigned baring been appointed
Administrator of the Estate of THOMAS SIIIKL,
of Lahaina, Maui, hereby requests, tbat any person
having property belonging to tbe above Estate, will
deliver the same to tbe undersigned, and all persons
having claims against the Estate, are requested to
present them within three Months from the date
October 27th 1870. 42-lte Administrator.
SOLE & SADDLE LEATHER,
Tanned Goat and Sheep " Skins,
CONSTANTLY OX 1IAJID and for Sale,
frtm tbe welt-known
WAI3IBA TANSEKV, C. JfOTLEY, Prop'r
T-ly-oc A. 8 ClJOn OB. at.
An Invoice of California Cigars,
RECENTLY LANDED et Comet,"
and for sale by
40.1m II. HACKFELD A CO.
Licences Expiring in November, 1870.
RETAIL. OAHU Honolulu, 1st Ah Ham, 2d
Geo F Roberts, 3th Tbos Thrnm. 6th TNeal.
tb Lutn Yek, 11 th Ab See, 12th L Copenhagen. 12th
Ming Kong, 12th Hollisteri Hyland, 16th W NLadd.
5th Ahana. WAIALUA 14th Akiona, Ilteia Sloop,
2d Ah Tong. MAUI 22th W d Neediam t Co.
Wholesale. Oibn. Honolulu, 6th J T Water
ou.'e, 171b W L Oreen.
Victualling. Oahu, Honolulu. 4th T Canard,
th R Kycroft.
Retail Spirits. Oahu, Honolulu, 9th E.i Burgers.
Uulchcr.-Ostiu Honolulu, 31atBornhoItl Dunne.
Public Show. Oahu. Honolulu. 20th Lea A Rv-
ililliard Oahu, Honolulu. 6th R Bvcroft. Sth
Shipping. Vahn, Honolulu, 11th WA Markhaaj.
Boat. Oahu, Honolulu, lit Garret A Norton. No
23, 1st Papuaa.No 29, lit I. XoSO.NoSl. IstPakkal,
No 41, 2d J Ulller, No 32 No 33 No 34, 24 Lumaina.
No 3i, 3d Pabiaui, No 16, 3i Ilolokahikl, X 31, Si
Faalea, No 37, 4th Liloa, No 33. 4th Ksbuha, No 39,
3th Jsj Awena, No 40 No 41, Mb Mahele, No 42, th
Kanuala, No 43 No 4 1, 8th Jam as Stevens, Na 43, 8th
Kaaakanai, No 46, 9th J Ulller. Nn 47. Ctb Makia,
7o 48. 11th, Uauhn. No 49. Uth KaaUokeabi, Noja
utii Kaxaxuu, fio 31. utn Katwi Kaola, No 32, lStfct
Knalapa, No 33. 17th S Sylvester. No 31. 24th MahU
ai, No 35, 21th Inane. No 36.
Horse. Oahu, Honolulu, 2d KaleoTea. Ka lit,
2d Aohakea,Na 153, 3d David P Eldridge, No 13.
3d KauUlil, No 100, 4th Waihowale, No 160, 4th Ke.
liiaua. No 161, 4th' Moke. No 162, 3th Papa, No 16.1.
6th W.Brown. No 161, 6th A T Kaakuu, No 145,6th
loane. No 166, 6th Kapa, No 1676 lh Kalili,Xo 16$,
Stb Andrew Bannister, No 169, 6th Kaolesana, No'
170, Bth Ocrai, No 171, 9th Kiia, No J72. 10th W D
Hunt. No 173. 11th Papalima.No 174, llth,Peahi,
No 175. 12th Lnukto.No 176. 11 Richard Meek; S
177. 13th Lulea. No 173, litVFIintex Eaos, No 174,
15th Joseph Tacy, NoieO. 17th Kekiblaa, Xo 181,
19th J W Keawehnnaha!a.No 182, 19th Kalaa.No 183.
22d 8am (Pake), No 184. 23d Kaaukal, No 185, 2Ttk
KecneBana, Nu 183. 37th Kaoaobi, No 17, ST.
Aalona. No 183,