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NOTES OP THK WEEK.
tW H. B. M.'t Bteioicr Peters! lefl for Hilo on
?rilj lt, ind will be sbseni tea din or two
W Tbe next im) list dticine reception on
board of tbe IT. 8. Slilp Penucolt will be jrlTen on
Thursday, September 16th, lrom 8 p. till saotel.
IdT" Tbe foncrml of tbe Ute E. H. Bojd, will uke
place on Sands, afternoon, Sept. 12tb, at 3 o'clock,
from tbe residence of tbe Ute Captain Adimt, Hotel
atreel, opposite Dr. McGrew'a.
W At s recent sale of horses in Auckland,
draught borses ranged from 30 to 25 each ; backs
and ponies, lrom 2 10s to 6. According to tbe
biddinc, there area little demand.
Tbe regular meeting ol tbe HawmlUn Mis
aion Cbildren'a Society will be held on next Satur
day ereolng the lltb insUnt st 7:30 o'clock, at the
residence of Tbos. Hobron, Esq., Nunanu Avenue.
Esy Tbe alarm of Ire on Sunday evening last was
caused by the burning of a pile of rubbish on tbe
Ilisklca premises, Bichards atreet. Tbe firemen
were promptly on band and soon made abort work
a-sT" Tbe r.ew organ recently Imported from Bos-
1 ton for the Betbcl, baa been placed In position, and
will be used for the writ lime, on Sundaj tbe 12tb
Inat. All who bare heard its tones apeak of It in
tbe highest terms.
PnstHor. The autumn term the rt of the
new scholastic year, begins to-dsy, and with an en
tire change of teachers, with the except ion of Mr.
Damon. Tbe following ire tbe teachers engaged :
j A. Pratt, Preaident; F. W. Damon, Professor of
Languages; Miss M. Trowbridge, Teacher: Miss T.
Eckley. Teacher; Mrs. Pratt, Matron.
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A Hawaiia Vocalist. In one of Lucy Trooper's
late letters lrom Paris to Appletont Journal, we
read : " Miss MonUgue, wbo is reported lo be tbe
most promlsinglof the yonng cmbyro prima donnr of
tbe present day, la aaid to be engaged to sing in
English opera with Miss Eellogg next season in
Sew Tork." Miaa M., as our readers well know,
was born in this til r.
t-W Tilton's lawyers bare served notice on Mr.
Beecher for a new trial. Tbe New Tork Herald dt-
.115 rm nounees tbe proposition fori new trial, snd severely
tat a ra ' e,"""r Tilton's counsel fondrising 6uch a course.
. !. rm It condemns Tilton also very sererely. But If hie
lawyers' fees depended on wlnninr the suit, ss it Is
said the- did, it it quite natnal tbit they should so
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advise their client.
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taw- A Letter from Hiln, received or tbe steamer
Kilauea, states that His Excellency Gov. Kipi, was
quite ill. It appears that be with others were '
making tbe ascent of Manna Los, by the old Judd I
road, vii Kilaiebi. The party left Hilo during the
litter part of August and wis lost on the roid be-
tBrcM Hilo ind Kslaieha, two days, during which
lime tbe Governor contracted a very severe cold,
from which be Is suffering.
From Death to Life. An operation, known to
the medical profession as Tracheotomy, was per
formed on Wednesday, 1st Inst., by Dr. Trousseau,
on a boy ot about ten years of ace. wbo was wltbln
a hair's-breadtb of death from scute laryngitis
commonly known as croup. The operation consists
in catting Into tbe throat and relieving the wind
pipe of tbe accumulation of mucus that ia strangling
tbe patient. It was all over in ten minutes, and the
little fellow, rescued from tbe jaws of death, is do
ing well. P. C. A.
From Y in. A report from Labaina syi that
tbe fever has commenced on that island.
On the morning of Sept 3d, a half blinded na
tive fell down dead on Labainalnna Street In La
baina. The crruit which His Ex. tbe Minister of In
terior baa made of that island created a good feeling
and i great deal of satisfaction among the kuaiinis
and tbe people in general, and It bis gone far to
eradicate tbe notions which some held thsl they
were utterly neglected by those In authority.
Artistic. We would call the attention of our
readers, tbe ladies in particular, to tbe advertise
ment of Mrs. C. J. Murphy, in to-day's Gazette.
This lady bos recently larived from California bring
ing with her very high teatimnniala in regard to her
excellence is i superior worker in hair and wax.
Mrs. M.. intenda opening a claaa ahortly, to a limi
ted number of pupila, for instructing tbcm in all
branches of fancy and ornamental work. We have
aeen several sjH-clmrns of Iter wax and bair work,
and can pronounce them, with jualice, the most per
fect we have erer seen.
Poiimtso Tbe front ol G. C. McLean's new
brick bnllding on Nuuanu street has gone through
the process of what builders cill " pointing," giving
it such an attractive appearance that passers-by
" point'' at ita near neighbor makai, and remark
that It deserves the same kind of idornmenL Mr
McLean has not only greatly enhanced tbe value of
hiaown property by the two handsome, substantial
buildings be has placed upon it, but be has also
thereby advanced the interests of property holders in
his neighborhood, ind earned Ibe commendatlou ol
the community at large. P. C. A
14T Among tbe lite arrivals in our city It in
Artist of considerable ability, a Mr. Eiler Jurgcnsen,
wbo comes here unheralded, and has concluded to
remain with us for some little time. Mr. J 'upeciality
is portrait painting but as be had no Intention of re
maining at tbe Islands, he Is out of materials, wbicb
we i earn will be supplied by the in coming steamer
from San Francisco. He amuses himself at present
h, making sketches (in oil) of the scenery iu snd
about Honolulu, wbicb is remarkably correct, and
ifford a specimen of bis talent in this direction. A
specimen view of Waikiki may be seen lo our
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Xew Zealand IbbBBABOB Co. We have received
a copy of Use 39th annual report ot this prosperous
company, whose bead office Is In Auckland. From
this document we learn that tbe premiums received
amount to the sum of 78,332 lis. lid., showing an
increase of tt.ll.M3s. 4d., over those received dur
ing tbe corresponding half-year of 1S74, ind in In
crease of 22.7SS 17a. fid., over last ball-year. Tbe
marine losses sustained during the half-year btve
been iborr tbe average. Including the Cospatiick, j
Gothenburg, Jason, and other first -class
aid unexceptional risks. Tbe losses
amounted to 62,444 5a. 7d. Tbe profits amount to j
nearly taeuty thousand pounds, out of which a I
dividend of twenty per cent, was voted to t lie j
Mr. Geo N. Owen, tat J. T. Water
's) it agent for this group.
A New CBBTBirt'-Ai. Machtke. Col. Spalding
has imported ftom tbe manufactory it West Point
an improved centrifugal machine, which he his
named the " reciprocity centrifugal," wbicb bis
been act up In Hopper's brass foundry, to show lie
construction ind operation. A foil description ip
pears in tbe AaVvrfisrr, from which we extract tbe
' oiiowing from which sugar boilers will understand
the principal parts ol tbe nrw mtcline : " A nearly
square, sabetamiil Iron frame, which goes together
with screw-bolts and may be placed upon even an
ordinary solid floor, serves to bold In position not
only the centrifugal machine itself but also tire
gearing by means of wolcb It is worked, a great
advantage in setting up the machine in 1 sugar
boeae, as the power may be applied lrom txy- direc
tion, and no heavy beams or uprights are required.
The " tab" It of wrought sod cast Iron, ind It
suspended by means ol three strong arms, entirely
out of tbe way ol the person tendiug the machine,
it bcld it poaitioe. by four rubber bunds wbicb id
em of a certain amount of lateral motion In ittrttng
the machine and before It acquires Ita full speed and
equUiBritx. At the " basket" it let or stepped in
tbe tab, aa well as suspended from tbe top by
means of a spindle, tbeae rubber bands serve to
stead v Ibe machine io starting tbe work of two men
in using tbe suspended cenrtlfagil manufactured by
Weston. Ia tact, tbe centrifugal exhibited by
Colonel Spalding comprises tbe principles of both
styles of sBBCbiae heretofore used Id tbit country,
witbout violating tbe laws governing either and,
si i ait to be tbe perfection of mechanical ingenalty.
With proper facilities for charging And dischiiging,
and working good, free vacuum pan melado, the re
ciprocity centrifucal Is capable of drying one tbou
aaxrd poaadi of angir in an bour, and one man can
attend to two machines witbout tbe least trouble or
lose of Hate. Altogether we regard this Invention
bs owe of great value In a country like ours, where
taa bobs city of labor It tbe great drawback to our
national Industry; and we but give expressions to
tbe favorable judgment passed upon it by all our
i practical engineers when we adviM our planters
t MbbBbU) Basil for themselves."
Work tor Women.
Hurting hat long been talked of is i sphere of
women's work. The profession bat not been at all
developed in the way it might have been. It hat in
finite ramificstioni and new fields ttill to be eonquered.
Middle-aged ladies might go out as monthly nurses,
for which six months of proper training would lit
them. Many ladies would prefer an attendant who
could be an intellectual companion as well as a nurse.
Dispenting medicine seems to have been tried with
success, and there it no reason why women should
not make good chemists. The Government Tele
graph Offices and the Pott Office clerkships supply a
good deal of work, but it it most suitable to the class
of young girls who would otherwise go behind the
counter. Io America women are found very naeful
in banks, as they are invaluable detectors of forged
notes ; their sense of touch and sight teeming to be
keener than that of the young men clerka. They
have also been employed as Treasury elerkt ever
sines the war. Tbe profession of house-decorating
seema one likely to develop itself, and is apparently
very well suited to ladies of telle and education.
Here, however, an apprenticeship of several years is
required, as a knowledge of architecture and drawing
to icale ii absolutely indispensable. Good health,
businen faealtiei, and energy would be necessary to
ensure success. With this oeeupation might be com
bined art, needlework, and glass painting. China
painting, too, comas under this head, as tiles and
plaques are now so much used in house decoration.
Of 1 iterators . the general refuge for the distressed, we
need scarce'- here speak, except to say that it might
be made a remunerative profession even by women
without tbe talent of a George Elliot, did they bnt
learn to write their own language correctly, or wars
they but willing to work up a subject in the way that
an antiquary or historian is compelled to do. Nor is
it necessary to speak of painting, wood-engraving,
photography, printing, music teaching, or the other
employments which are being resorted to with a fair
measure of soeeess : but a few modes of employment
whole suitability has still to be tested by experiment
are suggested in " The Year Book of Woman's
Work " wbieuhaa been lately compiled by Miss Hub
bard. Amongit other thiugt, lady courier! are pro
posed. Thit seems lensible enough, at in an ordi
nary Continental tour the fine gentleman courier does
nothing for the ladies whose pockets be bleediso pro
fusely, in reward for bis small attentions, wbicb a
lady could not do quite as well and more agreeably if
ihe were well read and intelligent. She would prob
ably travel in the same carriage with the people she
was attending, and would be a pleasant and useful
companion. Such compaoiona would be invaluable
to tbe richyoung Americans who come to ruh through
Europe and cram all the information tbey can in a
hurried tour. It ia also suggested tbat artificial fly
making and the preparation of microscopic objects ii
pleasant and renuuerative which can be done at
home, and work which can be done at borne it al
wayi eagerly lought after.
There are mauy occupations which seem to ui
ttrangeiy neglected, and gardening ii one. To aper
ton with a imalt garden in a iheltered situation, it
wouli be possible by care and good management to
supply flowen to the London market at timet when
tbey are icarce and coitly. Thit could be done with
very fair renameration if the business did not gi
through too many hands. The rearing of fowls can
alto be made a very fair speculation by any one who
will rise at five o'clock throughout the summer morn
ings and treat the poultry judiciously. So also a nice
little income might be made by the sale of eggi by
anyone living in a suitable soil in the South ol Eng
land. But in no employment will ladies succeed un
til they cease to be merely amateurs. What they can
and cannot do ii a very small matter compared with
tbe question whether there is anything which they
are willing to learn to do well. So long as tbey look
upon work aa only a saJ necessity, andeonsider those
employments degrading which they desciibe by tbe
term menial, io long thall we have itarviog gentle
women. Miss Hubbard tayt, " I trust it may toon
be contidered as honorable for a woman to earn her
bread as to eat it unearned." She considers that
when false ideas of gentility shell have been buried
and put out of sight, women will gain much by tbe
business babitt they must neeesssrily learn if they
wish to make a position for themselves whioh thall
have no flavor of ebarity about it. Several employ
ment! which promised well, do not teem io latifaotory
when tried. Piano tuning requires great strength of
wrist, and must be learnt in very hot rooms whillt
tbr pianos are in eourte of conitruction. Dentistry
also requires more itrengtb of wrilt and nerve tbsn
women generally possess ; so, too, we need hardly lay,
would surgery. The telegrspb offices are rather dis
appointing ; tbe pay is poor and the work is fatiguing.
But there is one thing which has hitherto only been
tried on a very small scale by women , and that is com
merce. There does not seem tbe sligetest reason why
tbey might not succeed here. We have leen a well
known novelist attending to ber huibands business
with amasing cleverness and discretion when he was
laid up with illness. We have heard of a young lady
having been taken into partnership by her father,
who was a maliter. We have known in America of
the widow of a banker carrying on tbe buiiness ; and
in tome ceniut ttatistiet of London we find women
described as shipowners, manufacturing obemilts,
owners of factoriea, and engaged in all aorta of trades
which are supposed exclusively to belong to men. In
France, women are considered competent to undertake
almost any commercial business. But whatever pro
fession women take up, whatever trade they practice,
whatever things they teach, let them feel assured tbat
only good work will find a ready market at market
prices, and that bid work will be a drug refused by
all but those who are inclined to give charity pay
towed ashore at North Ineh, having been found dead
in tbe Atlantic. It it supposed to be the one with
which the Triumph was in collision. If. B. Standard.
It seams to he pretty generally conceded tbat the
superiority in rifle shooting thown by the American
team ia their contests in Ireland resulted from their
admirable discipline. Their commander. Colonel
Gildenleere, tayt that men win only by the minutest
trifle. Mr. Hamilton, one of the team that contested
the match, says that there has never been any team
in Ireland aole to beat them, and he attributes their
superiority as a team to the fact that they obey tbeir
Captain in the minutest partioalar. He thinks that
there are individual shots as good as the Americans,
but that, as a team, the discipline of the Americans
is superior. Discipline is absolutely necessary for
success iu most of the callings of life.
What we are Cohixg to. According to the cal
culations, just completed at Greenwich, on data ob
tained from the late transit of Veout, it it dicovered
that we are 8,8211.274 miles nearer the tun than at
tbe time of the last transit as eomputed by Encke.
From thit, the ifssi V World estimates that it
will only be 1.440 years before the son receives this
planet of oun into ita bosom. This estimate is out
side of the fact that at we approach the tun our con
tripetal force it inereased, which will make tbe time
of our journey much less. Thit is a much more
pleasant prospect for us than it will be for a few gen
The report of the burial of the late ex-President,
Andrew Johnson, and the tender and affectionate
ceremonies, religious and Masonic, which were ob
served, were indicative of tbe sentiments of tbe pub
lic respecting bim, when all the aoimoaities thai po
litical questions and acts bad been quieted or blotted
out by the Great Destroyer. How bitterly had he
been denounced, bow bitterly bs had denounced those
whom be thought dishonest and unworthy, and un
friendly toward himself. For he was a strong man
in bit bates as well aa ia his patriotism. But tbe
people about bim wbo had known bim so long, un
derstood him better than did the politicians, and the
mrtto tbey put upon bis coffin was more to his credit
than all the eloquence he may bare ever uttered:
" Here Slecneth tbe People's Friend." It was in
golden letters, and rightly too, for the sentiment con
veyed is a golden one.
It. I I II I I K- .V CO..
DEAL EES IN DBT GOODS AND GENERAL
rira-proorgtoreon Fori St, .above Odd Fellows Hall. 55o-ly
or truinhig lu-IiVrs or steers. None otber
AGOOD Mil u IK. om: who ixdth
sTAN ! uinl CM uincllrr the tiuranno I
of " brenWlnfc
need apply to
8. JT. EMERSON,
Or. on the Mokuli la Rutter lUncli, to T. E. CLARK.
Fair vYaureft are nnVrtMl to one of the above description.
Honolulu, iept. 2, is;5. lax
Real Estate for Sale.
ONE HOUSE AXDI.OT. WITH OITm
house and Windmill, In Uic vicinity Of i"unahou.jB
Good rai-r, abundant and never falling' 3C
AlaSO 8 othrr IaOtw ftrtnn on Here tan ta Street and
runahou Avenue, and one ellclbl' Iol mid Cot.Hjre In
Central Kona, Island of Hawaii, near the residence of H.
N. (treeuwell, Esq.. Apply to
Sept. 8, ISTS. io 8. B. DOLE.
THE GREAT CENTENNIAL
II.is Just Received
Tho Finest Tiinoa
Carpet Bags, &c.,
Ever Seen in this City !
Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Trunks
I. mill-.' Bridle Leather Trunk,
Ladies' Zinc Embowd Snratntja Trunks,
Ladies' Elegant Leather Covered Saratoga
Ladies' State Room Trunks.
Gents' Eivt'd Sole Leather Trunks
fleali' BlTeted Bridle Leather Traaka.
Gents' Rlvrtrd Sole leather Valises,
Geuta' Bridle Leather Valiara,
Oenta' Boston Valises.
Beats' Patent Cover Valiara.
LADIES' AND GENTS'
Russia Leather Dressing Cases.
MISSES' AND BOY8'
l Manila Mrtsool lS:i"
Trunk and Shawl .Straps,
Blanket and Shoulder Straps. Ac.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort &. Merchant Sts.
HAS J VST RECEIVED
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's
Ciutom-Matde, Extra Fine and Medium Quality
Boots cfc Sliocs
Ever offered in Honolulu.
No, St Fori Street, Oilil Fellowa' Hall,
Importer of and Dealer in Dry Goods and
Clothing, Hats and Capt,
FUBXSMAO GOODS. Ac, d-e., de.
Alao-Pl'M' and COFFEE!
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
NEW AND FBEBH RECEIVED, PER D. C.
M I KK V. FUR SALE BY
AS- BOLLEg &. OO.
This Elegant Line of Goods
Ready for Inspection this Wednesday
afcT I ju1!-s anil Oentlemen from tbe other N1ahii want
ing anything in the above line, will do well to secure one
or ruort at once.
ALSO, FEB SAME ARRIVAL,
26 DIFFERENT STYLES OF MEJTS
IS 10 SLIPPER WARE!
Which have ouly to be aeen to be appreciated,
THEY SPEAK FOR THEMSEL VES
Watches, Chains, Silver Ware, (solid,)
Diamond Jewelry, See,
Will oil xtT-lll Too Sold Low
CALX AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES.
The II lfcrli"t lrl nal'1 fur OTtEKN
and Dili IIIDKH.
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
ll'IIVI I MI NS oARN. FROM 10 fEET TO
tt fxt long, of the -: quality.
For sale by
noLLKd t CO.
Trr Lord Ma tor's Bahqcbt. Lortnoiv, July
SOlta. The grand ball giveo h v the Lord Mayor of
London to Mayors and other civic dignitaries from
abroad, took plaee to-night at Guildhall and was a
magnificent affair. Three thoniand eren hundred
fersont were prevent, including all the distinguished
guest at tbe banquet yesterday. The hall was finely
decorated, although there was but little time to pre
pare it, on account of the ball following io soon after
the banquet. No member of tbe British Ministry
attended tbe ball. Among tbe American present was
Gen. Collis of Philadelphia.
Later. 650 guests attended the banquet of the
Lord Mayor ot Guildhall, to-night. Lord Tanterden,
Under Secretary of the Foreign Department, the
Prefect of Seine and French Ambassador, tat re
spectively on the right and left of the Lord Mayor.
The Lord Mayor, in proposing the toast of the Muni
palities of Europe and America, said he bad received
a telegram from the Mayor of Philadelphia, sending
a greeting to tbe company, regretting his absence,
and inriting all to attend the Centennial Celebration
next year at Philadelphia.. Letters of regret were
received from Mayors of towns in Germany, Denmark
and otbercouotries. The Prefect of tbe Siene, Mayor of
Quebec, and tbe Synod of Rome responded to the
toast. The French representatives were much applau
ded. All present expressed gratification at the cor
diality of the reception and brilliancy of the entertain
merit. In addition to municipal guests, there were
present foreign Ministers resident in London and
members ef Parliament and others.
Whalers. A correspondent in London inquires of
as, Where are the New Bedford whalers; can't
they keep tbe fish down to that steamers need not
hare to insure against running into whales V
This is in reference to the recent accident to the stmr.
Scy thia. of which the English papers have a goud
deal to say. Some persons having doubted tbe fact
that the steamer was struck by a whale, tbe fourth
ehleer and tome of the passengers certify to the feet
of having seen the whale, and the water discolored
with his bloed and the captain of a steamer sailing
between Liverpool and Cork states that be saw a
number of whales, some of Urge size, on a recent
Soon after the accident to the Scy this, as thasteamer
Triumph, Oi Plockton, from Liverpool to Bnrghead,
with a cargo of salt, was 15 miles off the Lewis eosst,
a torisne shock was felt, as if the steamer had struck
a suck an wreck. Immediately afterwards a large
whale was seer; floating near the ship, either dead or
stunned. The steamer was found leaking so badly
that sbe ran for Stornoway, where she will have to
discharge. The carcase of a whale, 40 feet long, was
F REN Iff FROM THE FACTORY OF I Ol IS
McMurray A .. received per Oylon, Incatwaof two
doien each 600 Down-In oue and two pund cans.
For sale low by g&Jj BOLLE8 A CO.
NEW LOT OF THE LAWMKXCE FAC-
lory an aasurtnient of Numbers rveHveil per ( Vyhtn
and for aale low by fSMj BOLLEH t CO.
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
4 XI MRERnfLOTRoa the Kl'I.AOK AIH A
a'V PLAIN'S, favnrahly situated for buililUis purposes, are
for aale at reaAonahle price. For terms and otber partira-
lanc enquire or 3m) a. H. IK) 1.1.
Executor's Notice to Creditors.
I El 1 1 its test mum itv bavin been
A lstued by tbe Nupreme Court alttlnf In ITobate, on
the 30th day of July l75, to Screno K. Bishop and Jane E.
illllebrand, as executors of the will and teatameiit of Delia
Bishop, late of Honolulu, Inland of Oahu. deoi-ased. We
hereby notify all creditors of foe deceased to present their
claims, duly authenticated, and with the proper vouchers,
if any estst. even If the claim ts secured by mortgage npon
real estate, to us. or at the otttce of H. Li. I aKau.., ki said
Honolulu, within six months from this date.
M- HlMi I BIHHOP,
JANK K UILLEIlKAN'l).
Honolulu. 1st Reptesaber, 187. savm
For Sale or For Lease.
A H N IsoM i: COTTAI.E. PLF.ANAVT-
ly lorated, with jrarden. Ac, con tain Ins parlor, three
bedrooms, two cioaeu, dining room, kitchen and
pantry, bathroom, servants house, canrtage house and
stable, all vary convenient, and In perfect order. Applv to
UI tf HUGO HTANQKXWALD. Sf .0.
RICHARD F. Hil lil lMoy
At Judge Jones' Offlce, Merchant St.,
Rills and Debts collected. Legs! Dosuments drawn. Copying.
Book Keeping, Mortgage, Sales and IssSSSSS of Hoeaes
aud Lauds DegotlatiMS, and General Cotnratssiun
US carefully asscalad. 3u
HATE OX IMM A I'INE CO 1,1, TIT ION
of tbe Al'I I 1 KN. wbicb are considered the moat
beautiful In tbe group. Tbey are ieautlfully mounted On
carda, with their names. For sale by
Ml Im H. M. WHITNEY.
TUNNEL AND SMELTING COMPANY!
Mineral King Mining District, Tnlare
County, State of California.
Slmri'. or Slock for Solo In nbove Company.
Bar SEE PBOSI'ECTl'B. -an
m im c. S. BARTOW, Agent.
III II ll PEK 'EYI. ANI FOR SALE
a a oy .-i-ij,
I10I.I.E8 A CO.
ORE I 111 BT THE . C. HI II It A Y
IIECE1VKH Till.- DAY FOR HALE MY
SAJ- BULLED A CO.
A VERY CONVF.XIEVr COTT.UiE. No.
IU KI'Kl'I PLACE, at prsssnt oocnplsd by Charlet
!(...:... Esq. Apply to
SM 2m JAMES S. I. KM. in.
Al l. rr.usovs If AYI(. I, l ns. whether
by mortraffe or ocberwbte, against thr late KM
MKi.ii. will please preaent tbe same duly authenticated
Id the undersigned, within hIx months from this date, or
tbey will be forever barred.
CHARLES n j rim.
Kxecutor of the Will of the late Kll Meek.
Honolulu, Aug. IS, 187. as4t
By E. P. ADAMS-
IIIAVE sold to mil iiknhy macfarlane. of
this Cttr, my stock of Winn and Mplrlts. Tbe sals
datrA from tbe Slat of Jul v.
Honolulu, Ansuat 11, 1B7S. 3H st
WEEKLY CASH SALE!
WEDNESDAY, - - - - SEPT. 8th,
At hair-paas A. St.. at Satsaa Room,
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fin. Prists, Mnslint. Linsn Drills,
Brows Cottuns, White Cottons. Msriao,
Vietoris Lawns. Silk Bsndkerehisft,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs.
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Orsrthirts,
Turkish Towels for Bslhinj,
Blanket!, Whits Shirts, Amoskeat; Desimi,
Amoskaat; Stripse, Cotton Drill, Brilliaats,
Fins Tweed Suit., Bed Qoiitt,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Boss,
Men's Soekt, Bridles and Bits,
Traveling Bags, Etc., Etc., Etas.
Best Breads Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sirdiaes,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pint, Hams,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
Kegs and Bags
By Oe . BARTOW,
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBBE 9.
At it) tFttaak a. St.. wm a aa.
DESIRABLE DRY GOODS!
Shoes and Gaiters, Hats,
SMITH WtsllU'S FUaTXD nsrtOU www.
LOT OF MnaCXLLA.TKOCS ARTICLES '
BAGS OF BROWH SUGAS.
C. 8. BARTOW, Aaodoaawr.
REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION
ON SATTTBDAY, - - SEPT. 11 til,
At IS aretawls Xomm. i
WILL n BOLD
A Small Piece of Land in Manoa Valley
IWOn.T) HKSPECTFTLLY INFORM THE FOREIGN
residents of these Islands, that I hare purchased the
WHOLESALE LIQUOR BUSINESS I
Hitherto carried on hy Sfr. OOHFHrTY RHODES, and
that I shall carry on the same under Use natue and atyle of
MACFAHLANE A CD.
Honolulu. Aug. II, 1175, AM II
Columbia River Salmon!
Tl ST REt'KIVEIt PFR J. l.l'U.lilNHI H
C. BREWER A CO.
KITTS SALMON BELLIES.
PACK CIS 1H7.V MM! IX. RECEIVED PER
Kalkllihurs,' this day.
May 31, . BOLL SB A CO.
CX CLARA BELL.
ONE INCUBATOR !
FOB SALE BT
A. 8. CLECHORN & CO.
Rn.Els CAP PPER-i:. K and II toe, to thi
Lal Oap Paper 14 and II Ibe. to the ream.
Broad and Narrow Bill Papers.
Fine Rated Letter Paper.
Commercial and French Rated Note Paper.
Ladles' Baronial Paper and Envelopes. ,new styles. 1
Ladies' Walts and Pink Initial Paper and Enretopea,
Ladles' Plain While Initial Paper and EnveJopea
A treat TarKsty of all kluda and alare of Envelopes.
For aale by
Im H. If. WHITNEY.
U. 8. Postal Cards.
OB BLE PRICE CENTS ECU. BT
44" H. M. WHJTlTJtT.
Columbia River Salmon, Catch 1875.
FOR HALE BY
H. BACKPELD A CO.
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Cfttoll oT 107Q !
JCST RECEIVER RT CASTLE A COOKE,
a superior lot In barrels, half-barrels and kits, and
fur sal, at tow rates
MB. JOHN RITMOS HOI.DM BT POWER
of Attorney and will attend to my bnatnssa daring
my absence from Ihe Khujdom. Mr. CHAJILRH 11.
COOKE will act aa 8aleaman. E. P. AL-AMK.
Ilonoluln. July SS. 1879. RAO Im
MY BROTHER-1 LAW, MAX. ECK ART.
will act for me durlnc my abaencefrosa tbia ktaaav
dom. MRS. CHa EC HART.
Hooolnlo, May It, int. Ml tf
A T I t IE PI.tXT.tTIOX.OAIlT. ANECOXn
tt bsad Hay or wool L.s Press, m cnod repair.
Terma low. By
(Ml tan) A. L. BMITU. Sup'L
THE aadetaisraatl have aa the 1st slay af
April, 117 1, entered Into a C.partnerablp, under the
name and style of J. IX. BRCNB A OO., for tbe purpoe. of
carryinc oa tbe
Coopering- Had Usntrlsasr Bsrslneas
In an its branches, and solicit a ahare of public patmnase.
a. uk u H k.
BtMMB, June U.ltTJ. m to
knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Fox- Syreii from Boston
ABOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM NO. 2 TO 6,
A M ARE READY TO RECEIVE IIROER
.' m for nny of the pumpa of thia mak. lo be forwarded
overland If necessary
BOILER FEED PI HPS.
SYKI'P PI .MI'S.
HIS ri I.I.ER V PIU-S.
VAC ECU PCM PA.
Pomps for not or Cold Water, Halt Water
Prices and other Information slven by
EM w C BREWER A CO., Atents.
Tar psrtlrslara apply to
C S. BARTOW, A
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT AUCTION !
By Order of the Hon. Board of MutmtioB.
I shall sell at public ISajllll.
On Saturday, November 13,1875,
At 19 o'rloek Urn
frunl entr.nc.' B
At an Upset Price of $8000
All the rlsht, title snd interest of lbs Boass of Edwraaaa
In and to tbe larks tract of land known as tbe
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU!
SITUATED IN THE DISTRICT OF WAttCIC.
OB tbe Island of Manl, H. I.
Thl. extensive and valuable tract of land, centsallv located
between Kast and Waat Maol, reanprtae. an ma of hna
SI i teen ta Twealy Ttseaaxaa Atnrea.
C. BREWER CO.
OFFER FOR SALE
Per IQctrls. CEYLON
H6s ' ' '' ' rOBBBBBB" A
flsawsay1 ' vS " . V3virV
Just Arrived from Boston.
4t ASKS . I mil HI. AMI COAL,
XEW BKOI'OED OIL HUUOHS.
UUBBS and 8P0KE8,
Refined Iron, Bound and Flat!
Bear Bedtttrd Pilot Bread la Castas,
Parker House Soups. Hunt s Axes.
Iron Hubb Wheelbarrowa,
Leather Beltloc , Rivets srn't Uses,
PENCE WIRE, Nos.B A 0,
Rubber nose, llf -ln..
Brass Wire Selves,
Cedar Boat Boarda,
Best fanatic Soda,
CASES DOWXER'S KEROSENE OIL, PINK
451 SH00K8. 3a
Several thousand of which Is aood
of profitable cultivation for .agar ran and otber aarvrrn
tural products should a eunVtewt water awptWy a. al .ay
time available for IrrtsfauVin, while a much larger .abral
I. well adapted for srallus I
Tbe ebov-N property wUl b aoHt. subject to a I
ln live yean yet lo run. Title, ssajal
For fisussr particulars enquire of IBs Secretary of taa
BoaruVot Kaacniioa, or
Hoaolula, AOf. 10th, VITA.
LEWERS AND DICKSON
BI Vr RECEIVED AID HAVE FOB U
Emma . V uariis-t ji !
Redwood Rough Board,
Redwood Rough Flank,
Redwood Surface Planed Boards,
Redwood Surface Planed Plank,
Redwood T & 0 Boards,
Redwood Scantling, all sizes.
Redwood Pickets, Shingles, Posts
Redwood RUSTIC and Clapboards
PARLOR ORGANS !
PER SHIP ' CEYLON,'
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
a.vd rum aai.i
SI PIS SB
SUPERIOR PARLOR OBKAI!
C. R. SALMON BELLIES
EXT 9 A MO. I,
In IS 1-9 la. Bills. M rv Bttta aaMt m Ut,
Pan wsstkt. thari.uckly paakad, wasraokat
NEW JUBILEE ORGAN.
PARTIES IR WAST Of A BICE I.VBTRV
tatat, At Reasonables Rates 1
WO fo well as eaoase from t
have siren tallatacttaa.
FOK SALE BV
CASTLE A COOKE,
l.ar, VWtlns men-is and Buausei. lauasaBy are
cortlally Invited to attend Public Worablp al POUT ST.
CHI BtH. where Serrares ase bel rtery Haabstk atBi
o'el.iek A. H..and 7S P. B. aeaar ate twevtees Ar as I
who may be pieased to attend. There as a WaSBaaaaas
evening Prayer Ateetlns at 1 o'clock, b tbe I 1 1 Bile
Boom, to wblcbaUae. waJontoe. AM ly
Australian General Attas.
A FEW CtapiEA. 1
' H. B. Aall.HI.
PRICES F R IiMf
BBL8. COLUMBIA RIYQt SilXOIJ
SEASON 1878. Na I,
aud, a raw BASVUU
0. R. SALMON BACKS
Bsv. 1 rXTKA.
I f a BBS seek st mm. AlO
A FEW BBLS. C. R. SALMON
SO 1. ass LSI MACK,
HANI mi AT
mw p. r;.--i
- Ovdra from ta. Tlads.Otr, wad la
E. C. M'CANDLESS,
OTegon Leaf Lard.
fA IM- CABSB, BBCBITBB mr 'WAMMIM
av taatj.' esse sasaar
Ha; Al. ISA,
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