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Supreme.. Court of the Iln-vraJInr:
15 JULNOa TUETTVELI. AND W7DEVAXX, JJ.
OCT. TERM, A. D. 1ST0.
tSfiifcr TTm. C Jones, an Attorney-at-laa,
Oajklnfons&tioti of the Attorney-Genera, rale
to sbowTcanse issued, returnable before tie Court J ,
"The Inlorroatioti presents that MarS,
one IVteison was comrnUteSifor triaTflpTe Jnly
Term of this Court, for. assault with a dpadly
Ueapon. two wjtEMSPa'beirir; atjftho came lime
MnmittHl fn t it i f t- Tim f iho rotrvinrlpn t nn.
pearrd for the prisoner at raid Term of Court,,
when proceedings wereUrad of whicntbe follorv-
u tbe record : The King vs. Orloff Peterson
tjcase not Qabe .Calendar, but Attorney-
em! and W. G. Jones; for defendaa;
jtithut certain depositions of, witnesses, no
testiwn, BHcht be taken by the Clerk, to beTs'ed
is asy Iri&Nfor the matter charged, and case to
stand centHKied to next Term." That July 19, I
1 W MifMntifMM worn taken, and the follhwitvr
r.t eooWsed tliereoo : It i agreed that
tbr forecoiDc depositions of William Carroll and
, r win: r li .-J
Patrick O'Doonell may be nsed in evidence in
tbe trial of any iodietmeot against OrlofI l'eter-
hm for ibe nault on William Carroll above re
ferred to. assd that no further proof of the identity
of the EaM Ortoff Peterson shall be required.
Stcfttioa II. Phillips, Attorsey-GeneraL AV. C.
Jesses, Attorney for defendant. Oonrt-IIocse.
lloeoMu. Joly 19, 1870." That the respondent
hM himself out as fuNy authorized to make the
tstd areefBeot, and that the Attorney-General,
relyiog en the good faith of tbe respondent as an
Attorney of tbi Court, and bolietiag liira to
have Ml aathority in the premises, allowed the
said witsoscos to leere tbe Kingdom, hating no
etixr toctiowy on whieh to rely: all of which
facte toe rwjKMOeot bath at all times well knowg,
bat be Mrertbelcee gave the Attorney-General,
p to the day set for trial, no intimation that tbe
said agreasMat was unauthorised by the prisoner,
or that exception wosid be taken to its enforce
steeL at wMch late period it was impossible to
eMail testraioaT. ad it was adjodged to be tbe
soty of tbe Cottrt so longer to detain tbe said
Petarsoa. who was therefore discharged, and tbe
.eatoreosMat of tbe peaalty of tbe law agaiost
Mat becMoe impossible. "And the Attorney
Gmeral fortber says it is incident to the office of
an Attorney in this Court, that bis right to repre
sent Li client should be onqaestiooed, and that
aH other officers of the Court atra of the law
ireajjickt to assame, at all times, that all
one in the name and behalf of their re-
ire. cRents. in open Court or in other pro-
ceed'wgs.riecejarilr connected with tbe coodact
of sases.peodinp in Court, bare.tbe ffljl sanction
sad approval trf. those whombey chum to rej-e-seat,
aa3 tb gvn themselves accordingly, and
tfeavben procee3cfes are had upon tbe faith of
Eoob. asscmed aufWSjiy. which said attorneys pe-
jt to be had wilhoat suggesting their want of
atrtborKy to me prejoaiee oudboiic proseeanoos
5f ;r.rate suitors. tbej shook! be beM respoori-
jSKtfUrtb traad recalling fcom such coacatlment.
s1HtWr fre the prfessioo woekl be exposed to
grettldblir scandal, and tbe con&deoce which
oaefat o be repofed'in all acts of Attorneys and
Ooapeellors of this Ooert woald be wholly de-
tbe Attorney-General fartherjays that
tbe hilorv of tbe profecatioa against the said
Ortoff Peterson is.wboUy and directly attributable
to tbe eoe&deoee which was misplaced in the
agreaataat of the said William C. Jooes. that
thigniUea tasUmooy of said parties should be
read ia evMeoee at tbe trial of the iodietmeot
agaiost said t Moff Petersonfandihat said William
C. ooes was caatv A albreach of daty, asS
Altoroer and CooUor oWdk Court
seatiag (a seen an agreed eat without authority
jbis eJieot. and nogftclosiog soch want of
cultmrtljC sam .iiornej-(jeoerai. aiuiougii
irrnjg loafc MilAl linuce hbs fNacw upwi
eraeal and the implied pledge of au-
ere. the said Attorsev-General mevesH
Wiiliam Gs5 .Jeoes-be ordered to
: whv his name she old 'not be stricken
fruca the roll of Attorneys d i(imn;ellors of
this CoarC and such other proceedings had as to
tbu hen oraWe Coart mar seem meet."
Tbe aawwer is asJeHows. viz. ;
1. Taat the said complaint sets forth no sob
staetial caase for striving tbe name of. an Attor
ney frota the rotL and is MafSB&t in law.
2. -Tbat the statemenU inlaio oVmpJaint
aaMaat to this : that tbe respondent made an ,
agreeaveat ia good faitb under a mistaken impres-'
Hajof tbe law. aod, afteuhe bad discovered bis
errSfraaawUed the sameStthe Court.
jT Aat3 therefore the respondent, in farTner
aftswer ttais eonplilnt and the role to show
caes respectialiy makes the foHowiug statement
of Mb to the Coert : That at the adjourned
Terai of tbe Sapreate Coart. in tbe month of
Jaly. leTO. as set forth in said complaint, the
A Horev4j eoeral reqaested tbe respondeat to
agree ta the taking of tbe depositions of William
Carrol aad Patrick O'DonneU. witnesses in tbe
ease of the Kiag vs. OrloCf P.etersoo. in order to
waste theta froa cooaaesieet. and ibis respond
eat, oat of souves of humanity and to release
said witaesses froa prisoo. io good faith consented
to takiag said depositioas. without refiecUog at
the tive that he was taking a responsibility not
aalhariacd y the CoesOtoUoo aad laws of this
Ktaciaai ; that at the ttse of taking said depo
sitions, to wit, on the 19th of Joly, 1S70, the
saM Ortoff Peterson was out present, and Ij. ,
McCaaiT. Rsq, the Ckrk. eaqaired if the Attor-sey-Ceaeral
did aot respire the presence of the
Eaat Ortoff Petersoa, when he, the Attorney- '
Geaeral. repUed that he dd not require bis
pieseace, aad ibis respondeat avers thai be did
Bet at any tiae coasell with satd Orloff Peterson
saoat the takiag of said depositions, and did not
think at the tisae that he had not fall power to i
set in the promi.n: ; that after said depositions
were takes, this respondeat did Dot think any
xaare of the faatter cats the present term of the i
tbe Sapraae Goart, when it was suggested to
baa by an Attorney of this Court, that said de
potHioas were not legal, aad that this respond
ent's agreeaent with the Altoroey-Geueral was
of so force or validity to conclude bis rights ;
-whtreepoa this respondent examined the ponsti
tstiea cad the authorities upon the subject, and
became, ceovieced thaV.fcebad exceeded his au
ttsrity Inthe matter?idn fact did net arrive1
feSrat the esodesionsod examine fully Uue
aathorities tiS the morning of the dayfixed for
truL when, as soon aibe saw the Attorney
GeserU. he informed hinrltbalheifelt convinced
that Oricff Peterson could not be legally con
victed on the depoaUoninnd thattbe said
AUarsey-Geeeral caHedibe matter up before
the Court as soon as the ease? was -called for
trial, when this respondent, ac'ing under the
iBSsence of caasaentious scruples, because he be
lieved he had erred in making ttrreement
aforesaid. ad that Orkff Peterso?-eR constitn
iieatl rtts which the respondeat as an Attorney
cschL&et waive, prod need the law of the case to
the Cocrt, sad retired from the cacse. And the
lespaagest arera that he acted in good faith in
tbe whole transaction, and under tbe highest
MnscientinuslmotiTes, and had5notthe remotest
idea of, acting bfeceitfully.and in'baaTaith with the
torneyGeneral or the -Government ; and this
respondent further avers that the high position
arid presumed legal learning of the Attorney-
General throw him off his guard, and he presumed
:ie wnsjictin" leeallv when the Atlomcv-Oeneral
proposed the said agreement to htm, and had no
other idea at tbe time but that the .depositions
were legal, and could be read on the trial of said
Orloff Peterson, and "that if there is any culpa
bility or blame in this matter, it should rest on
e ittorneyGeneral, and not on him ; for an
icer of tbe Crown is presumed to know the
jvv, and when be does any act which is calculated
to overreach a prisoner or his counsel by procur
ing the waiver of a constitutional right against
clear principles of law, and then throwing the
blame upon the prisoner's Attorney, he is cer
tainly in the wrong."
At the hearing, the Attorney-General produced
and read the following entry in the Clerk's
J."- 26. 1810. July Term.
i eierson orrairnea ana nieaaea -oi
pleaded Not Gnlltv.
Case continued by agreemenL" L. ilcCuIly,
Clerk of fheCourt, testified that when the depo
sitions were taken, some one remarked that it
was very bard that the witnesses, hard laboring
men, should be kept in confinement so long,
aj ready three months; that no intimation was
then made by the respondent of his want of au
thority to agree to the depositions, and that be
thinks tbe respondent then atked. " Where is the
prisoner V to which the Attorney-General re
plied, ""The prisoner is uot called for."
D. K. Fyfe. Jailor, testified that the respondent
visited the prisoner Peterson and told bim about
tbe depositions shortly after they were taken.
W. C. Parke. Marshal, testified that on the firs1
day of this Term, the respoodent moved that
Peterson s case be continued to get further tes
timony, bat on consulting his client withdrew the
S. 11. Phillips, Attorney General, for the Bule.
W. 0. Jones, pro se, contra.
OMMOX OF THK COURT BY lUnTWELL, J.
By the' Civil Code, practitioners of law " shall
be summarily amenable to the Courts of record,
and may be fined, imprisoned, or dismissed from
the roll of practitioners for satisfactory cause,
upon the aouipraint of any rty aggrieved by
their mal-praclice. or for non-payment of moneys
collected by tbem for private parties, or. for any
deceit 6r other gross misconduct," Sect. 106C
" Practiliouers of law shall have control to
jsdgment and execution of all soils and defences
confided to them : provided, however, lbat no ;
such practitioner shall bare power to compromise, I
arbitrate and settle such amltecs conSded to him
unless upon special authority in writing frouxhis
client." Sect. 1069.
" The parties to a aril swe may, with the con
sent of Court, waive the ligbt to a trial by jury
either by written consent, or by oral concent in
open court entered on the minutes." Sect. 1137.
"No person shall be held to answer for any
crime or offence, except in cases of impeachment
or for offence within tbe jurisdiction or a Police
or District Justice, or in samniary proceedings
lor contempt, unless upon indictment fully and
plainly describing such crime or offence, and lie
shall have tbe right to meet tbe witnesses who
are prodeeod against him, face to face ; to pro
dace witnesses and proofs ia his own favor; and
by himself or his Counsel, j his election, to ex
amine tbe witnesses pradsced by himself, and
cross-examine those produced against him, and to
be fully beard in his defence." Ay. 7, Const.
The delicate and responsible duties of an attor-ney-at-law
correspoad with the extent of tbe
nowers entrastod t n bim. Hp Mt uTon-uo
'lB "3 dealings with Coert, clients, and
bis legal uretnreo. lie is responsible for tbe
exercise of a reasonable degree of professional
skill, and for proper diligence in attending to his
causes, faffing in which, or in case of deceit or
mat-practice, be may become liable to tbe Court
under tbe statutes cited, or to clients in damages.
Tbe respoodent waived his client's Constitu
tional right to meet witness in open Court.
There is a large class of agreements between
Counsel, which; facilitate trials, are of mutual ad-
vantagejjknd by which clients are bound. Such
agreements usaally reler to matters Of rules and
practice, cooliooabces, waivers of common law
riles of evidence, of defects in pleadings, .pro
cesses, rights of appeal, c, in wbich Counsel
are presumed to know, and to be dnly authorized
to represent, tbe client's interests. But in crim
inal" cense;, it is unsafe to waive'censtitutional
reouireroeuts. The maxim, " QtnJibH pottsi rj
numeiare juri pro se inlrodmo.' that anyone
may waive rights intended for his own benefit,
is restricted to tbe rights of the party himself,
and can not affect the rights ol others. The
public are interested that criminal trials be con
ducted according to tbe forms of law. Hence,
oo one can waive tbe presentment and finding of
an indictment for an indictable offence Under
our statute, clients in civil suitsfwould' no doubt
be bound by agreements of Counsel to waive
jary. but it is doubtful whether a party hinelf
coeld make a vajid agreement to waive a jury in
a criminal cause cognizable before a jury.
Tbe result of tbe respondent's agreement was
that the prisoner escaped trial. He says be acted
ic good faitb. and we see no reason to doubt bis
word. His motion to continue the cause was
certainly inconsistent with on intention to rely
on constitutional defects in the testimony". He
shook have lost no time, however, in notifying
the Attoraey.General of bis subsequent view of
the ktw, and of the'eourse he intended to parsne.
Xo soch agreement should in fact be made wltb
ont reflection upon its validity', and without con
salting the client. We do not tbiok tbtt tbe
respoosibflify assumed by the respondent, in thu3
accepting the preposition to make this agree
ment, is entirely removed by dividing it, nor can
we see any excuse for an biwr's delay to inform
the Attorney-General of all the facts in the case.
Further tban'this. we attach no blame to tbe
respondent, and tbe rule is accordingly discharged.
Alfeed S. IIartweu,
H. A. "Widexaxs,
Justices of the Supreme Court
NOTICE .IS HEREBY GIVEN,
1st acola put in Vorliin Order.
This Railway is capable of taking
rly Qp Vessels taeasnnns; np-o 4b metres (14$ It.
alt., of keeL
Tbe draft of vater forward must cot exceed 2 me
tres 30 centimetres i'i ft- bt.). tbe draft sit calcu
lated at tbe Qfcxiazam increase of 6 eentimetrea (2
-itches) far eaen metre ef keeL
Tbe'cbsxges for Uliofr cp a vessel, and staying tbe
same ttpn tse Railroadrezsai& tbe same as fixed
per tariff of 13th Dee., ISM :
Vessel under 100 tons 5 Of. 1S CO
Vessel freialOl to IM t'ns.120 24 00
Vessel frei:01 to SCO - ISO 36 0
Vessel from JOl to 9 240- .X0
40t & t
Aid tuiicj fcr esxi ten 1 10 - 2iS 56
CASTJLE 4& COOKE,
Ccmisting in Tart of
Finut tThtte all Wool -1-4 Flannel.
Finest White all Wool Angela WhiteFlanneli,
Good Grey and Vt hite all ol
Flinnrl,10i4 Slocbed Sheeting,.
Tbompion'j Glove-Fitting ConeU,
Amoikeag Denims, Jeani. Drills and
Bleaehed and Unbleached Cottons.
A Sup'r ass't of Stationery,
Wlter Lined Xote Tiftr'.
White Roled Xote Tarxr.
White Ruled Laid Leaf, Letter and Bill Paper,
White, Caff and Amber and Letter and Xote
ryon' Indelible, and Carter's Copjing Ink
Arti'ts' A Book-keeper?' Flexible F.ulera,
Smith X Wesson's Pistols 1 Cartridges, -Hair
Girths, Stimips Leathers,
Spanish Trees. Cronpersand Bridles,
Oak Belting. Street Brooms,
Wood Fancets, Lamp Bla:k,
Itulian Paclilns Iaoc Leather, ,
Paints, Oils, &c.
White Zinc i. Lead,ft 1, i 1 15 ft containers
Pans and Chrome breen.
Chrome Yellow. Umber. Sicnner,
Patent Brjer. Vermillion.
" Whiting Prussian, Blue, Bladders of Tatty,
Carriage tand Coach Varnish,
Bright, Copal and Furniture Varnish,
Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Mason's Blacking, Coffee Mills,
Aae. Pick, SIrige, Ada. lloe, Oo,
Hammer ChUel 'Handles,
Wool Cards, Saddles, Enameled Trunks,
Crotcrs, Howels, and Chamfering Knives,
Fort. Smooth. Jack Jt Jointers,
Cut -WiIj, 3, i, 6. S, 10, 12. 20, 30,10, 50 and
6d. Boat Sails, 1. M. 1 a 2 inch.
Pressed 'Nails, 2 a !J inch.
Cooper's Kivets. 4. 7 a S lbs,"
Copper Kivets a Bars, i, i,
i k inch. Gimp Tacks,
Iron -a CopnerTaeks of all sites.
BestRubber Hose, I, i, 1, 1 a 2 inch,
Centrifugal. Varnhh. Paint. White-Wish
and Scrub Brushes. Cov'd Tin Tails,
J, 1, 2, 3, 4, C. S. 10 i 12 quarts,
Crfverod Slop Pails, Dippers,
Dish and Milk Pans,
Jenning'sbits, soldering irons. T hinges, steels.
Hammers, uauges. tpiares, imsels.
Augers, Sieves. Lime Squeeters,
Yard Slicks, Bang Starter. Axes,
Shovels, Spades, Oos. Lanterns,
Eagle Horse. A and 0 Plows and
Points, Paris Plows, extra heavy and strong,
Protoxide of Iron, Pain Killer,
Poland's White Pine Coin pound.
Pails, Tubs, Brooms, Etc., Etc.
Downer's Icrocnc Oil,
From the Boston House.
And Many Other Articles
ALX. TO BE SOLD LOW.
J. H. THOMPSON,
Will Sell from this Dale,
AIL Small Sizes of Iron !
Five Cents per Pound !
HEAVY FLAT IRON !
Four Cents per Pound.!
J. FVJ. CRO WELL,
No. 74, Nuuanu St., Honolulu.
American and European
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC PRODUCE.
- ' Kape, Hemp and Canary Seed.
And a fall assortment of
CXIDE3. VEGETABLE SEEDS!
Best California Streak- Ilacon, California
Cherr, Apple, &c.f received liy
EVZHT VESSEL FE01T THE COAST.
Particular attention given to tbe purchase jmd sale
cf all kinds of Island produce fruit, batter, eggs.
J. M. CRO WELL,
Xo. 74. ?Buaou Street.
.11. UICKSOX has fitted np
(tbe Gallery on Fort Street, east
side, between King and Hotel Sis..
and is now prepared to Uke Pic
tures or any aesired style or size.
Island rie f..r Sale. f43-6mc
BEST WALLS EXD STEAM HOUSE COAL,
Also a lot of second band Fire BrieVs. Apply to
April 26th. 1S70. 15-lf W. L. GREEN".
Sugar Plantation for Lease !
At Ilonoipu, District of ICobala,
AT a reasonable price and terms. Fifty
acres under cane witbmote land aronndit t for
grtwing.with Mill, Cattle, Carts, Sorghnm-pan, and
erery reqnisit to carry on growing and grinding
cane. The Mill is driren by horse-power. For par
ticulars apply to II. CfcruUcsen, Ilonoipn. or to
JOHX THOMAS WATEBnOOSE.
For Sale or Charter,
THE IROK PADDLE
StonxnnTilp ?Wi Pntorson
3Z$ tons . 219 tons register, oseiUating engines
s. B. r. 120. Speed makea the passage from Xew
cxstle wharf to Sydney wharf and 2-Sth miles) in
6 hours, in fine weather. Arerare speed -under steam
only 10 knots. Consnmptionofcoalrerday,2Ot0na ;
eoa! is bankers, SO tons. Carries 14W bagsof maiie
under baubes. Draft of water C ft ligbt, 7 ft 6-in
loaded. Good passenger accommodation in s,loon
and fore-cabin. Fall tens sea-going certificate in force.
For farther particular! apply to tbe AtAJi AUfcK 11.
K. S. S. Co., Sydney. 3T-
''it LARGE PLATE .IROK STEAM JACKET
XV. Pan. 15 feet x 5 iett I Z lee I. Apply to
April 26th, lSI0.15-tf
TT. L. Q BEES'.
I HAS JDST RECEIVED
MarteU's and llenesj'i Tale Brandy in easks.
Duff GorJou and.Triartc'a Sup'r Tale Sherry,
Cafes Orange Bitten, Casea Angostura Bitten,
Cae of Quinine tVlne Bitters,
Bast's Ale in pints and quarts,
Jeffrcy'i Ala and Porter in pints and quarts.
Ex Other Late Arrivals,
Herinessj-'a and" MarteU's Best Tale Brandj in
MarteU's and other brands of Brandy in eases.
Pale Sherry in cases, Ruinart. pere et fils, and
Heidsiek's Champacne. Fine Claret. Santerne,
Muscat. 31ocbheia.rr, I.iebfraumilch,
Johannisbergtr, Port and different
Varieties of Cala. Wines
Hosteller's. Drake's Plantation, Forest Wine,
Leslie's and olhtr Bitters, Maraschino, Dappell
Kumtnell, Generu in cases and llaskets,
Ind Coop Pale' Ale,
Tennant's, Brass', Barclay i Perkins, and"
Guinness' Porter, Vermouth. Ess. of Ginger,
Essence of Peppermint, Absinthe, Bourbon,
Scotch and Irish Whisky, Jamaica Rum, ic.
Has Received per Bark "R. C.Wylig
Sue da Monlebello's Champagne, in pints and
Clarets of various qualities.
Red and White Burgundy, pints and quarts.
Rudesheimer, Marcobrunner, Johannisberg, qts.
Sparkling Hock and Moselle, in Pints
French Sherry and Port.
Cases of Irish and Scotch Whisky, Curacao.
Orange Bilters. Angostura Bitters, Anisette.
Xoyau, Port, Pale Brandy,
Casks old Madeira.
Gold and Pale Sherry.
Jamaica and other descriptions of Rum.
Cafes India Pale Ale. pints and quarts.
SparkliDg Ale in jogs.
Barclay t Perkins's Porter, pints and qnarts.
Cases of Cin.
X- 1 . L - I t - r . I i J t .
cij ucarijr me wuuio ui iue auutc-uuuieu ouui
are uireeuy Irom Agents-uanus, can De rateiy recom
fncnilnd. and will ) solil nt v,rv Inw rut,,. tir
, rf , - j
"VTO. 1 i. COOLIE IlICE nlirays on linnd
and for tale by
WALKER a ALLEN. Acents
BOLL.ES & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
BY OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
-A Fine Assortmont of
WHICH WILL BE SOLD
On the Most Reasonable Terms.
A.MUKICAX JIKSS Iiunr A: Prime Pork,
in Bond. For Sale by
3S B0LLES A CO.
DEST ENGLISH Portland Cement.
Jj jolt arrived per Bark R. 0. WYLtE, aod for
as BOLLKS A CO.
T) LACK PAlXT.-receired per R. C. WYLIE,
.and for sale by
BOLLES A CO.
HEMP COHDAGL',-sises from i to 7 inch.
Also llonslioe. Marline, Wormline, Seiiinr.
Spun-yarn, Ac, jost recefred per R. C. WYLIE, and
for sale by
as BOLLES A CO.
V ItltEl.S COAL TAIt. per R. C. WYLIE,
and for sale by
3S BOLLES A CO.
- , -
BEST GO LI) EX GATE Tumil,- Flour,
Baker's Extra, and Superfine Floor, received
per COMET, and for sale by
3S . BOLLES A CO.
CHAI.V CAIH.ES, sites from 3 to IJ inch,
reedred per R. C. WYLIE,
and for sale br (3') BOLLES A CO.
CAL'irOHXIA LIME, SCO barrels, just re
eeited fresh from tbe Kiln, '
and for sale by (3S) BOLLES A CO.
Best Arbroath Flax Canras.
fursaleby (12) BOLLES A CO.
"VrcMimilAY'S OYSTERS, in I and 2 lb.
cans. For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
T) EI) 11 RICK, a few thousand of tbe Tery bee
JLAj quality, just receired by tbe COMET, and for
3S BOLLES A CO.
Licences Expiring in November, 1870.
"DETAIL. OAHr Honolulu, 1st Ah Hum, 2d
JAi Ge F Roberts. 5th Tbos Thrum, 6th TXeal.
ilia Lorn Yet, 11th Ah See. 12lb L Copenhagen. 12th
Ming.Kong, 12th liolliiter A Uyland, 16tb W X Ladd,
ith Abana. WAIALUA- LJlh Akiona. Ileeia Sloop,
2d Ah Tung. MAUI 2Mb W G Xeedham A Co.
Wholesale. Oaba, Honolulu, 6th J J Water
oonse, 17th W L Green.
Victualling. Oaba, Honolulu, 4th F Genard,
Sth R Kycrofi.
Retail Spirits. Oabu.HonoIulu.SthEdBorgess.
' Uutchcr.-Oahu Hnelulu,31st BornboItADanne.
Fublic Show. Oaba, Honolulu, 30th Lee A P.y
Iiod. Uilliarit. Oaba, Honolulu, 6th R Ryeroft, Sth
Shipping-. Oaba, Honolulu, 11th W A Markham.
linat. Oaha, Honolala, 1st Garret A Norton, No
23, 1st Papua. Xo 29. 1st I, Xo 30, No 31, IstPalekai,
Xo 41, 2d J Hitler. Xo 32 Xo 33 Xo 34. 3d Luuaioa,
No 35. 3d Pahinui, Xo 16, 3d Holokahiki, Xo 36, 3d
Paalea, No 37. 4th Lilna. Xo 33, 4tb Kahobu, Xo 39.
Sth Jas Awana, Xo 40 Xo 41. Sth Mabele, Xo 42. ttb
Kamuela, Xo 43 Xo4l, Sth James Stevens, No45. Sth
Kanakanai. Xo 46, 9tb J Uiller. Xo 47. 6tb MakU.
Xo43. lllb. Uanhn, Xo 49. Utb Kanlaokeabi.XoSO
13th Kaaakou. Xo SI, IStb Kaiwi Kaola, No 52. ISth
Knalapa. Xo 53; 17th 5 Sylvester, Xo 51, 24tb Uahi
ai, Xo SS, 21th Ioane. Xo 56.
Horse. Oaha. Honolulu, 2d Kaleolea, Xo IS7,
2d Alubakea. Xo 153, 2d Darid P Eldridge. Xo 1S9,
3d Kaulalu, Xo 160, 4th Waihnwale. XoloO, 4th Ke
Iiiaua. Xo 161, 4th Moke. Xo 162, Sth Papa, Xo 16-1,
6th W Brown. Xo 164. 6th A P Kaauknn. Xo 165. 6tb
Ioane. Xo 165, 6th Kapa. Xo 167. 6th Kalili, Xo ICS,
5th Andrew Bannister, No 169, 6th Kaoleana, Xo
170, th Oaoi, Xo 171. 9th Kaia, Xo 172. 1 0th W D
Hunt. No 173, 11th PapaJinra, Xo 174. 11th Peahi.
Xo 175. 12th Lnakia, Xo 176, 12 Richard Meek, Xo
177. 13th Lulea. Xo 178, 15th Flintox Enos. Xo 179,
15th Joseph Taey, Xo ISO. 17tfa Kekabina. Xo 181.
19th J W Keawefaunabala.Xo 182, 19th Ka!ua.Xo 183.
22d Sam (Pake), Xo 1S4, 23d Kaaukai. Xo 1SS, 27tb
KeoneHana. Xo 1SS, 57th Kaonohi. Xo 187, 27tb
CALIFORNIA OAT HAY, a few bale left
of a superpr quality, receired ex " D. C. Mar
ray," aad far tabs by
40- BOLLES A CO.
THEOD. C. HEUCK
HAW. BARK R. C. WYLIE,
SELECTED WITH THE GREATEST CARE
EXPRESSLY FOR THIS MARKET
ENCLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH
Silk, Woolen and Cotton Dress Goods,
Clothing and Hosiery,
Broad and Brilliant Cloths,
1'aIntN and Oils,
GERMAN PALE ALE & PORTER,
qts k pts Deetjen A Schroodcr's Star brand,
Rest French Clarets and Brandy,
Rhine 'l ine, Genuine Holland Gin,
in cases and in bulk,
Spiirlfliiis' Hock, In qnarts and pints,
Port "lVIne, IIo"iT Malt Tlxtract
Ladies9 and Gents' Boots & Shoes,
of the best make and manufacture.
2 Splendid Rosewood Cottage Pianos,
of the newest pattern, and unsurpassed in bril
liancy of tone.
Three Large Burglar and Fire-proof Iron Safes,
A Variety of Other Articles,
Too Ncmerous to Mention, .
Suitable for Town and CountrfTrade
JJ2r- For Sale on the most Reasonable Terms.
0EL JEL t 33. ci !
"jyjc-l Unit AY'S Fresh Oysters,
Xo. 1 Hawaiian Rice, Best Island Paddy,
Manila Rope U, 2, 2 and 3 inches,
Havana Cigars the belt in tbe market,
Swiss, California and Limburg Cheese,
Boxes Salad Oil; Century A Forelt, Roie Tobacco
Iew Styles of Ladies' Trimmed Hats,
Gents' Furnishing Goods, American, Ae, Ac,
For Sale Cheap,
at the Etore of .-
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolala, Sept. Hth, 1S70. 3S-tf
FAIiL. TRADE 1870
Best A I Hawaiian
C. 1ERTLEMANN, KAUAI,
3t Tfce above Beef is packed by an experienced
Butcher.' cured in Liverpool Salt, and packed in
Turk's Island Salt. Tbe 4est referencee can be
given. For sale in quantities to soil by
THEOD. C. HEUCK,
Honolulu, Sept. 14th, 1S7IL 35-6m
DEALER IN READY MAD? CLOTHING,
SEJMER'S IXFiTTIXG AND OUTFITTING 6Q0S.
- Prices to suit the Times. "t
SSf Please call at No. 3 Nauinu Street, next door
ahoro KoUea" Saloon. 34-3sbc
THOS. Cu THRUM'S
NEWS & CUTLERY DEPOT,
Merchant Stroot, Honolulu.
THE ADVERTISER basing purchased tbe interest
or Messrs. BLACK 1 AULD in the Stationery, News
and Periodical Business, will continue tho same and
KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF STATIONERY,
Such as Foolscap. LcgaT-cap, Letter,
Note and Billet, and Harpers' Enrelope,
Account-current and Bill Faver,
Cloth-lined. Vellum, White, Blue
Bull and Canary Enrelopea,
Black, Copying and Writing, iolet. Blue,
Carmine and Srmnatbetia Inks. Pens and
Holders. Inkstands A Pencils in rarlety.
Files cap and letter site. Letter Cups.
I'aper Fasteners. Rubber, Erasers, Rulers,
Wnrf-kfl. Red Tane. Rubber Bands.
Salln Wax. Not-trial Seals. Ac.
Itlnulc Ifooltsr Ledger, Journals.
Day, Cash, Record and Memorandum Books,
Scrap, Log. Receipt and Note Books,
Pcnn'a IsMtcr Books, with ink.
""Press Copying Books,
Drawing Paper, Blotting Paper and Boards,
Bristol Boards, Water Colors, Dominoes,
Chess and Backgammon Boards,
Star Medicated Paper, Ac.
To the above, with a large Supply of
AMERICAN i ENGLISH PERIODICALS BY EVERY MAIL
will shortly be eapected. a full and complete ass't o
TABLE 4. POCKET CUTLERY
of celebrated makers.
Tlio C2ij.-crULl.tyTl n & T 1 1 Tjx-.tvr.y
JpSf Will contain Standrrd Works of Fiction, and
Aeir Jioolu wilt be added ry erery steamer.
J. F. Smith's, Dickens'. Bulwers. D'Israeli's,
Eugene Sue's, Wilkie Collins'. Marryatl's,
Miss Rraddon'a. Mrs. Hearr Wood's.
Mrs. Ellen ttood s.MiesMulbach s.Tbackaray s.
Mrs. Urey's Victor IIuro's, T. S. Arthur's,
Pierce Eagan's, and others are now on hand.
jaj- BY THE NEXT STEAMER will betdded
Antnony ir nope s, Amelia u. buwarus ,
Annie Thomas', Mrs. OMpbant's, Geo. Elliot's,
Mrs Stephens', Chas. Lever's, Miss Mullock's
Cbas. Read's, and Mrs. Soathworth'a, together
with all the Latest Morels.
Engraving, Caligraphy, Stencil Cutting-& Copying.
will still be attended to.
Thankful for pastsfavors, the advertiser hopes, by
strict attention' to business and tbe wants of bis pat
rons, to meet with a continuance of the same.
CiT All orders from tbe Country and'tbe other
islands, promptly attended to, at tne lowest rates.
Honolulu. Sept. Iith. 1870. 37-6m
Just Received ex lolani,
llyniii'n insist Card
AND FOR SALE Br
CASTMl Jc COOKE.
34 3m c
MM DFF! SSLl'll IF!
Cheap for Cash ! Cheap for Cash !
HARDWARE! HARDWARE! HARDWARE!
J. W. W1DDIFIELD,
AVould Cll the Attention of
PLANTERS, 3IERCHAMS & 3IECIIAXICS
TO TniS LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
WELL SELECTED HARDWARE!
For tho Wants of the Island Trade.
Merchants in Particular,
WOULD FIND IT MUCH TO THEIR ADVANTAGE
TO GIVE ME A CALL I
Before Purchasing Elsewhere
AS 1IAXY TlllXGS WILL BE SOLD
ISTot Only zvt Cost,
BUT fX S1AXT INSTANCES,,
GREATLY BELOW COST!
TO MsiltE ROOM
F0U A LARGE & VARIED ASS0RTJIEXT
Agricultural and Other Implements,
Coniliif; from the Ensl.
The Usual Discount mailt to the Trade!
2! Orders from the other Islands respectfully
stilicited, promptly attended to and filled with care.
XST No Connection with the Firm airosa the "Wav.
THE BEST CIGARS IN TOWN
Arncl Por Snlo Toy
HENRY I. NOLTE,
Cor. Queen & Nuuanu Streets,
Direct from the Manufacturers!
EX HAWAIIAN BARK "R. C. WYLIE,"
CIGARS, TOBACCO & PIPES!
Ever Imported Into thle Market,
HE OFFERS AT HEASOXABLE 11ATC8.
CEATEE OF KILAHEA, HAWAII
(3 TirlS KSTAIILlfellJIEST IS 7SOXV b
jZZz? opto forha receptlou of vUitors to lb Tolaino
Iloase, wbomay relyca fiadlacomfirtable roonu,a rood
UUe, aad prompt attendaBce. Experienced slides tot the
Crater always haol-
STEAM AND 8ULPHTJE. BATHS 1
Horses Grained and Stabled if Desired.
Partlrv vUitlos; the Tolcaoo via Do, can procure animals
warranted to make thejournry, by D. II. Hitchcock, Sm.
S0LE & SADDLE LEATHEE,
Tanned Goat and Sheep Skins,
-10STAST1T 03f IIASD ana for gale,'
V mm in wen-aoown
WAIMEA TAJfXERT, C. 3fOTl,Er, Prop'r
7-ty-A; A. 8 CI-EOIinnS. Itnt.
,( (IA TONS Best lalitr i'hlla. Ceal,
4tOU ex Bark EIEKLISG, Cayt. Harding.,
For sale by
JUST RECKIVJED !
R. C. WYLIE FROM BREMER
"VrONKCY JACKHTS, Ulne Pilot Cloth
Heavy Grey Woolen Pants.
lleavy Woolen Drawers and Overshirta,
Iceland Jackets. Stocking aad Socks.
Millets anil Comforters, far whalemen's nee.
Light Flannel Coats A Sacks Mae. Mat, Ae.
lleavy Winter Coats, "Alpaca Coats.
Cashmero CeaU. Sacks and Pant0"ests.
Cravats. India Rubber Coats. Hickory Shirts.
Damask Table Covers. Fancy FUnncl Shirts.
Blankets blue, scarlet, white, greca and sny.
r.iilIn'H Kxtt-uct. Ean de Cologne.
Burlaps. Linen Thread tlaek tfli white.
Twist Sewing Silk. Cumbread,
Brown Cotton Socks. White Cotton Stoekiojs,
White and Fancy Cotton Shirts,
Superior White Linen Bou Shirta.
Brown. White and Jink CotUn Undjnhlrts.
Heavy Merino Undershirts. Saddle Oirths.
Mixed Cotton Socks, FlayinjCards. Ae.
A Large Assortmont of Cutlory
AN IflVOICE OF STATIOflERT AKD BU.1K BQ0X1
Stearine Candles as sorted ..Palm Oil,
Camphor, Wrapping Paper. QM Leaf,
Bath Uriek. Water Monkeys.
A Ijirpc Invoice or CrwcsVery,
French Call Skins, Trench Chocolate.
Loaf Sugar, Children's WQkiw Carriage.
Vltramariew BftM. Ae. Ae.
For Sale by
39-Smo H. IIACKFKLD 1 CO.
I CASKS KIIINK WIXE,
4: Fiva hogsheads Tennant's draught ale
Fire hogsbeads Hltehlnsens draught ale;
Ueidsickschampagde, quarta and pints, warrant
ed genuine ;
Sagot A C's. ebampagne. qsarta and pint, war
Kuinact Pere A FHs champagne, quirts, warrant
Jnst landed and fer sale by
39-3me II. HACKFELD A CO.
Per R. C. Wylle.
TO TOXS llItlGIIT FEXC1XG WIKE,
XCl 2l'0O bundles best Engluh hoop iien. ass'd silts.
Fire bricks, square and arch ; Pipeclay
Fire clay ; 3 oak boats, fur coaster's use ;
Black and white marble tiles ;
SO tons Liverpool salt ; 10.004 roofing slates siM
Manila rope. 200 emls. J. i. 1 and.l i,inch tm
100 pieces Kussia ravens dock, rjk ,
Seotehump canvas : Casks sbeewinfrajgfat
EaglefPn twine : Muntx yellswkmerilJasd'Dala ;
100 fret 1 inch galvaniseil iron plpea f, '
Bundles sheet iron, light ; ,
West Hartley steam coal ; jtjjal"
Invoice of pal er hangings. aJlorted J. .'r .
Bales corks ; Hcmijfbnsjt.Market:baJlets5K"
f-ut-ir bAtter's thermomterV '
Iron tinned sance pans.andtea kettles ; ;
Invotee or fcngltsa saJdlery, -77'
For Sale by" ',Tp
39-3me II. HACKFELD
Pro Bono Publico I"
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
TTnxrn OH "ECojclcX
AXD IX TKAXsIT.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN MARKETS
The I.ar"et and
Best Ass't of Ready Made Clothing
OX THE IIA1VAIIAX CIIOUP,
Consisting in Part of, via tbe Cdefcrateil
Scotch Tweed Suits !
Cashmere, Cloth A Drill Garments,
in all varieties.
Complete Black Dress and Walking Salts,
Uoys unite Linen Cashmere
- and Cloth Suits
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF -
Cents' Furnishing Goods.
Saratoga and Gents' Leather Trunks,
JOHX M. DAVIES A CO'S
Celehrated Patent White Shirts,
Styled Davies A Jones, in all grades.
OvcrxlsIrtM! OTcrsIsIr!ie! Oversliirts
in Grey Flannel, Diagonal,
( Prmtcl and Crimean.
OF THESE GOODS
EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES !
Hats! Hats! Hats I
Hosiery ! Hosiery ! Hosiery !
For Gents', Ladies and Boys.
AMERICAN & ENCLISH
FANCY & STAPLE DEY GOODS
Yaiiliee ISTotion.s I
Boots and Shoes,
.DIRECT FROM THE SIAXTFACTCKEES.
ilt the very lowest pokKllsIe Price
By tbe original package.
15-tf Maiee's Block.
VTOTICETO CUKDITOHS.- Uslateof
L ISAAtONTQOMEHT deceased.
Xotice is berBby given y tbe undersigned, cavea
tors or tbe will of Issae Montgomerv, t the creditors
of and all rsons having claims against tbe estalWef
tbe said deceased, to exhibit tbe same dnly authenti
cated and with tba necessary Touchers to W.O.Parke,
Esq., within six months of tbe !$rst publication of this
notice or they will be forever barred.
(Signed,) LOUIS MAIORET. D'ARATHIE.
Vic. Ap. de Sandwich Islands,
M0DE3TE FAVEN3. '
Datexl Honolala, November 1st. 1S70. H-Imc
THE FKEXCII Itesidents of Honolala,
at a recent meeting, hart resolved t-s open, at
tbe Store of Messrs. C1IALLAMEL A CO., Xo. S
Xnuann Street, a Subscription List for tberelief.of
the families of the killed and wounded in tLo present
war of their coontry. " "
Every Frenchman is invited to esme and give hi?
Obolus, large or small- Itjj open also, for everyone
else who wut.es to oontribote to tbe laaa'Chnluan
and humane objeec The funds vjill be sent by'each
S.teamer by Mr. Eallieu. Ji-tf
AVIS. Les Francois residentta Hobo.
lain out decide dans lear reunion" d'ourrlr sue
liite de sacseription ehex itttnM. CHALLAMEL k
CIE., a Honolala poac reslr en.aldo aoz famillea
den SoldaU Francals morta oa4hletsei pendant la,
guerre actnelle. Tout Franeais est invite t apporter
ea enroyer son Obols grande oa petite.
La liste est oaverte ani,i pour tonte penonnt qai
desirerait coclribuer au memo bat d'haaanit. Lea
fonds aeront expiedies par ehaqae vapcur. par Mr.
Baliiea, Commissaire et Consul Ae France, q re
cevra egalement, lei o"randoe qui serent- depoaca
direetcment ehet Jul, (Nnuano Avenue.) JS-Joce
THE LAND OP ATJAUKEA. N0KTH "KONA,
Hawaii, near to Kailna. Also tbe large Enr
Land of Hakalaa Kilo MewaiL . Also as extcssiva
Cattle Rneh oa HawailL
Tor particular "tf ply ts