I is ' :T8iJ i
OTE OF 'I'll l ; W I l k.
W Tbe A-htUer WgU for ' Br-b." Hake
it in ire-ber. neighbor, tnd we wfll tck job.
t-y Ultima Thnle Ledee No. 1, 1. O. G. T. haa
chairped Ma hour of meeting Irom 7:30 lo o'clock
antil farther notice.
I-t Tbe Hawaiian Gnarde will torn oot for drill,
bt moonlight, ou Friday cTcning next, it half-past
T o'clock. .
The sale ot real estate known ae Buffotn's
Hell, adrertieed by Mr. Bartow for Saturday, Oct.
IC. bu been postponed antil Tuesday, the lutu lost,
at 12 o'dmk, on tbe preniaea. Hotel etrret.
Jionoxn Vmiki s -Tlii- action of tort wis
tried on Monday laat. and retailed In a verdict tor
tbe PMrjtKT In tbe sum of One thonsaiid dollar
damage. A criminal action is atlll pending; aui.inst
Mr Padeken wbleb will be tried on Hawaii.
Rm Ikto. On Sunday evening at a gentleman
and lady of thie town were enjoying a quiet drive
on tbe Palatna road, tbelr carriage was ran into
from behind by a conplc of Chinamen on boracbeck.
Tbe a bock was ao great ae to tbrow tbe orenpante
oT tbe carriagi' botb to tbe ground, bat happily wltb
ont acrlotia injury, while the carriage wai didcIi
damaged, one wheel being completely wrecked.
tSf We bare an illustration of tbe dullueaa of
the tlmca lo the way tbe Adeertaarr calletbc Itlaudtr
to account for daring to apeak of a celestial basket
maker which the former paper mentioned over a
year ago. If It were not so evide nt that It was only
done io help fill up. one might be led to believe that
tbe Adnrtmr bad copyrighted tbe Chinaman.
mm Maaa tar a laiU at October itTS
a mr cart mvii i .aire a.asoeaaSTaa.
imtUt MBIK TIME.
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V : : - On Friday nijrbt or Batarday look nut for
the ateamer Vaaco de Gama with the mail. The
City of Melbourne will be due on the succeeding
Monday. Quite a number of Hnnololo residents are
expected on these steamers, among whom we tote !
the names of II M. Whitney. E. P. Adams and wife,
and W. C Parke. The Macgrcgor from the Colo- j
nice, will tie due Tuesday.
UT We art- pleased lo leant tba there is great
activity at preacnt in the Order of Good Templars in
Honolulu. Their meetings are well attended, aud
their ranks are being constantly reinforced by the
& li t. ra admiasion of new members. Tbe plane lor the Good
1 Templars Hall are approarUng completion ; It Is
probable that it w ill be a two story building, coutain-
j iog a hall below for general porpoecs. and one above
for the oae of the Order.
mm&ouc per. u. icrs.
ST aaa, aaawr OeE wiaa. as i apart . aei cannot on en-
- a- ... :i. lirtm tba Mid ir Drlt
m. aw kapr a. mm Sara, amii miaul n t rum ra-rrurri
lavae. aejashnr mm m ,mml aan rtialaj ii now over One.
tW ear On Bail aeib Sa-atarrua lor wa rraacam. witb
' ' la Tl I 1 ' II II ' "'" "rarl '
eeraar. aaai aw asanas! Sao eaaaaaaaat bar ipaL a.o the
Tw im mi ni 1 1 ii i aaaaaawaJa thiaajarTaiira.wttli .
ai aaaawaaa.watak.aaa4 WC - Ward tar IfceOaao. lalud-
Hts MaJKSTT'e Bikttj pat This holiday wbleb
occurs op Tiicaday, tbe lbtb of November, is ap
proaching and It is time that loyal citizens were mak
ing aomc prepsration for its suitshle observsnce.
We bear that a competitive drill will br engaged in
by tbe various military companies ol the place. It la
also proposed lo have a Dumber of boat and canoe
races in tbe harbor in tbe alteooon ; also a sw im
mi og match in tbe same place aud a fout race on
tbe lower part ol Fort at reet, in each of which val
uable prizes will be offered to tbe wlouers. We
trnat the programme may be so arranged and carried
out as to reuder the day au enjoyable one.
I"0 I Ol HOMll ,
w IhaWpM Marraaat. frwat Yiadward
Sat'S 4 fcagi awfwr. 44 fear awaalue. 70 be(.
oaaSw, S aaaVt teatbar, tmtr. i lap eaaba, a
T- I irr l.t.l, tii. mna lev wrnmdnt.
. Mm aWaW, ftaa l.m. (tr.
Z4 iSn ia . tan Liar. 4S pc eat aaia.
tr.au kaloa ane
i-- i I - kwaa:i
Cbrwc : a
- I.: - , ... nana..
aaa ksaav oaW. araad.
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n iisn tiai m-a. n-- --" -
fwaar al Mini l tar araadwwrd Porta
aa WaeMc t afeatl. far tal..kai
11 I iaa II sail a aliaai . far NavaUarill aad aloioa.
-a.- a.ann 4.a-a. SLalawa.a 1, M -km.
Tnr Weather. The fact that there has been a
alight change in the Weather since our last Uaue uf
lords us materisl for an " item." For three or four
days tbe trades blew gently, slightly modify lug the
oppressive heat ; but alas! they have given It up,
sod tbe sea breeze agalu prevails. How thankful
we ought lo be Ibat we have any weather. It is a
"sweet boon." In fact we regard it as one of the
most precious gifts of civilization to this benighted
land. For, belt known, the Hawaiians In preCookltc
times had no Weather. We wonder what they j elusion that the thing was impracticable, and flying ;
appropriate music Provision for a smsll annuity
might be made wbleb would ensure the fulfillment
of tbla pleasant "In memorials" to tbe latest gene
tatlon. Tbe Kawaiabao church, or tbe " King's chapel"
as it used to be sometimes called was commenced
about the year 1896, and waa completed on the 21st.
ot July 1H2. His lata maleaty Kamchmeba III.,
and premier Kinau, were foremost among! tbe
origtnatora of the enterprise. The former manlfeat
cd tbe sincerity of bis interest by a gift of $3000.
Among the list of subscribers we find tbe name of
the venerated Kanaina who is the only survivor of
those cbiets who assisted in work. The greater
part of the actnal labor waa done by tbe able-bodied
m-n n( the church, who numbered about a thou
aand, and wbo were divided into companies ot two
hundred each. Tbeac engaged by rotation In tbe
various tasks of cutting the coral rock from tbe reef,
and tranaportlng iL, often without the aid ot oxen
or horses, to the building site; in trimming the
blocks to tbe requisite size, in procuring timber
from the mountains, and the several duties of build
ing. Tbe comer-stone, which weighs about half
a ton, Is of aandstone, and was procured by tbe
chief Paki from Walanae, and contalna a number of
Hawaiian books and a brass piste on which is en
graved the reign, the date, and object lor Inch the
church was erected. Previous to the completion of
Ibis church the people met In an Immense graas
boose which stood a little niakai, and at right an
gles to the present edifice. It was so long that tbe
stand for the preacher waa lo the middle of the
house. A short distance from the east corner of tbe
cborch may be aeen a relic of tbe past in the shape
ot a hau tree, now prostrated but still alive, wtiicb
was planted by Queen Kaahumana with ber own
Rzsbok or Instinct. A gentleman of this city
recently related to us the following interesting in
cident : A number of Mytuu were in the habit of
infeatir.g bis poultry yard, and, with that audacity
for which they are noted, robbiog the fowlaof their
food. One day a number of tbem overatepped tbe
bounds of prudence so far as to euter tbe ben-house
where four of them were captured, and aa a warn
ing to tbeir companions their wings were clipped
snd they were turned loose In tbe yard. They
soon managed to get up on to the top of an old
w ind-mill standing in the yard, where t hey remaintd
dav alter day. Our Informant began to wonder
what tbey got to eat, and after a little watching
dtscoverd that the other birds fed them regularly
everytimc the chickens were fed, csrrylng up pieces
of meat and kernels of corn In tbeir bills until tbe
disabled birds were satisfied. This certainly looks
as if these birds were actuated by feelings of charity,
aud benevolence. We remember a story told us
some time ago by a resident of Kauai which illus
trates even more fully the reasoning power possessed
by some varieties of birds. The subject of it was a
stray lo, a variety of hawk not often found away
from the island of Hawaii, where it lives a secluded
life, not favorable, one would suppose to any devel
opementof Intelligence. He was riding slowly along
a lonely road one afternoon with uo company but
his horse and a small terrier wbo was a rod or two
ahead, when be noticed a bird, which beat first took
for an owl, circling round a few feet above the dug
as if It had some designs upon him. Our friend
stopped his horse to watch the proceedings. Pres
ently the bird seemed to be struck with a new Idea,
and flew off a short distance toa heapot stonrslrom
which it selected one about the size of a goose's egg,
and holdini: It fast in It b foot, it returned to the vi
cinity of the unconscious dog, and again bovcred
over his bead, as if with the intention of dropping
the atone upon bltu aud killing him. After a min
ute or two. however. It seemed to come to the con-
b delivered up, as in tbe sale all the regulations of
the British law were carefully observed. He sees no
reason for interfering. On receipt of this decision
the Secretary of the Treasury issued orders to Collec
tors of Caatoms at all the aea-eoaat ports to seise and
detain tbe Trnfant should she svar visit this country.
As tbe vessel has papers from the British Govern
ment and flies its flag, tbe seiiara is bound to cause
a grest deal of trouble.
Thb Crais Etrccclc. In the strait to which the
Spanish power io Cuba has been forced by the stub
born resistance and new policy, or rather the new
energy of tbe Cubans. Valmaseda has been obliged
to make a forced loan. lie bad bene promised twelve
thoasand men by the first of September, and tan thou
sand in October. But for tbeir equipment he was re
quired to send eighty thousand dollars lo Spaio. That
amount he had to raise and forward at once, and so
calls upon tbe planters and merchants to advance tbe
amount, be apportioning to eaeh bis quota. Wa
suppose they all responded, as they well know that
be would not hesitate a moment to take it by force.
sboald tbey refuse. Wbeiefore we presume the money
was advanced and forwarded . Bat there may be more
doubts about the promised troops. The energy of
tbe Cubans has made this extra effort a necessity.
They hare adopted tba policy. of daatruetion, of burn
ingplsntations in the possession of friends of tba
Home Government, and so making the Island of no
value to Spain. They can use the torch to more ad
vantage than the Spanish troops ean use their weap
ona. It is a desperate measure, but if continued, it
will ere long force the Spaniards to giro up the eoo
test. Spain eannot afford to send her troops by tens
of thousands to Cuba, very few of whom ever return
to Spain, the yalluw fever and accidents, and tba
arms of tbe rebels generally finishing tbem within
the term of their enlistment. Spain seems as bard
pushed for money as ii Cuba If those twelve
thousand troops eould not be sent to Cuba until eighty
thousand dollars sboald be fin-warded from Havana
for equipping tbem, her exchequer must be very low
indeed. It will not pay to thus employ troopa for
crushing the people of Cuba, and eontiuua the pro
cess forever. Alia California.
Loanoa, Aug. 3. The projected Spanish eonstitn
tton declares the State religioa to be Roman Catholic.
The nation is obliged itself to maintain its worship
and its ministers, but nobody shall be molested on
Spanish territory for tbeir religious opinions or in tba
exercise of tbeir respective worships so long as the re
spect due to Christian morality is paid. Nevertheless
other public demonstrations than those of the State re
ligion are prohibited. Cannras del Castillo, President
of tba Conatitutional Committee, declares the meaning
of this to be tbst Protestants (nay bavaohurcbes with
open doors and celebrate worship inside, but there
must be no manifestations in the streets. It is be
lieved that tbe Cortes will be summoned to meet soon
when tbe proposed constitution will be submitted
thereto, consequently political agitation is commencing.
N h W A I ) V E RT I S E M E N TS.
Tine: M OKI 0 75. KIXM STREET
sesaton given November 1st Applv to
Honolulu. OcL llth. 117.1. Ml-lm II. SCHRIEVER
i.iund to talk about pending the arrival of the an
nual fleet of canoes Irom Kauai.
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dmx ferfl awoahaad ataj lOlb. to
K i" f" -is lH HHawHl
i Br. m.r it, Jaae, srttb aaaort
bC atrewer A Co. wuled June
t.. aa arc ra.
' It Ium. Jane U.
la, mill, coals to C Oov-
a-jaoo, 4ae Oct 19.
: liana, now do
He Stole Away A young gcullcman made bis
appearaoce among us a few muntb6 ago, from the
Colonics, Roberts br name, and immediately issued
postcra notifying tbe Honolulu public that be
would deliver a lecture at tbe Theatre on the sub
ject "Greater love bath no man than this, that a
man will lay down bis life for bis friend." But for
some reason, tbe aforesaid public did uot take stock
in him, and his audience was limited to two indi
viduals. He subsequently attempted to manifest
bia religious inclinations by prayer ineetiog exhorta
tions, hut there being uo money io that kind of a
thing, be dually " went back" on his principles, and
his creditors simulatueously, by Ukiug passage in
laboriously back to the heap of stones. It carelully
deposited its burden and left for parts unknow n. If
this perf.irmance did not evince a power to reason
and calculate, we should be bsppy to receive a more
I v featat
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eat awawa S4aak.
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I wiwaa atr area m. tvaf BMaw
a lis ill sH.i Hi
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area. T atawwsltaw aw4 al-iat -
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ti.H.-li i. i.J-- I' ,1... Itaa.rrr a t.i i.
awi U mm awl Tr V a ie.ni-ni iw ..an
il ll. inu Kailrr las I tiln int
ra'... attention to the very
that the Prime Minister of
It has been tbe
i for the sovereign to desig-
r. bat his choice was usually
as thrown op by the
s still farther Ml rowed
re - araa roc xtised ibat a Trime Minister
vwes waee ah waBwyart t a Majority of Parliament.
B i aaatun will anaul portfolio unless he is sure
r that twtwyort Hut of law years ao choice at all
as haft ae (a aaaaauch. The two great parties by
biah ate waafaV aaw divided asset thawr leaawrr.
i it mi i i -- slated leader of the Liberals for
a Umf tisaa. and eatil he resigned The Marquis of
to Crt his place. Tba
- . . ax ee-e: t
-a " .-.r'urir.
aaa the Prima Mia
. : ton: perso
rartwa vk TWrtinpatr ia the ejection are tbe mrm
haws af taw warty aa wash hoasas of Parliament. If
Maaaaa- aa. aU be fceatea ec any government paw
laaiuai . the Qaaaa weald have to send for the
awawaaas af Martaaflra There is no other choice
aatt aawa awr. The eaaae is the ease with Disraeli
at law as aaa eat He is the elected leader of tbe Tory
awrty as fa i aair Vaaa Gladstone waa defeated
bafaaw law pear . the Qaeee had no other course to
) at awl hat to aaad for Disraeli.
Taw at teliewa thai Bmglaai ia gov timed at this
Baaaaaat ay a Ffwsaawat elected far as indefinite time
by taw saejwrkT af troth boas of Parliament. This
is ao power to resist, sue
I -end far him aad appoint him when lb
. for ha alaaw will have th control of Par-
T he ease, ear nanarca is left to the sov-
l dsanli i the Parliament of which the lead
er tar the una beiag hat the sap port. But then the
eaeaaeee af the aaestioa is not with the sovereign hat
thapaaraa. If they as statu th leader the sovereign
hastrksarale eaaer. The system is clumsy and ei-
paaaaw. ha: it aasarthslaai has feat a re- about it of a
ruder it ao elective preBier
I eae moment after be has lost the eon-
i ef the people. Popular rapport is tbe mam
aaaasttaaj af kit retentioa ia power. But wbile he
w as eaVeo be Is the real rater of England. The posi
tra af the .mi assimilates somewhat to the Mike
as af Jape aaaer th old reyi r. Th power which
aaw aissi is 1 1 is unreel aad shadowy. Bat she is
hedaad ia with all the diviaaty aaaal in the ease of
- Sh, has all th pomp, parade and page-
aatrp aT rr-ywlty eaatles. royal parks and body
gwasde bat aba rani Khag. Praasdaat or Governor is
the awes ere Pnaar Miaastar elected iafotmally by the
aaarair ef Pari warn t. It ia he aba raally guides
aad eoe trait tba ebtp af Stale.
Tea OtTiCB er m JUxax Tacit CiwiltBh.
Uewaaa . Baia aaa bar hath. The body of the an ale of
tba yacht 11 having beer, recovered, aa inqueet
aaa bead aad a verdict returned that there was an er
- t , r. part of l!.r oSirers of Ihc Roya'.
Tarbt Afherfea, aad they further I x press tbe opinion
that a aleai i rate of speed and a more efficient Icok-
i to the penile aaawy.
A Scgcestion. The premises owned and occu
pied by Gov. Kauoa between King and Merchant
atrects, can hardly be called ornamental in their pres
ent condition. Tbey are in a very conspicuous lo
cality, in fact we abould imagine unpleasautly ao
for a private residence. It occurred to us the other
day in paasing, that if the lot could be purchased by
tbe GoTcrument, and all the buildings and rubbish
removed, what an elegant little park or square it
would make. Inclosed with an iron fence, and
planted with shrubbery and trees, and provided w ith
convenient scats, what a jolly little breathing place
it would be And if a statue ot Kattiehatncha the
Great, say in concrete for the present, conld be
placed In the ceulre. It would also become a valua
ble promoter of patriotism, fine aria etc.
Tnr. I.I-SA.LILO MaI'Soleiwi. This graceful little
Gothic edifice la now completed and Is a credit lo
ita architect, Mr. Lishman who has succeeded most
admirably In combining simplicity and elegance,
tbe result being in perfect harmony with the life of
tbe beloved Prince wboae aabea w ill soon be com
mitted to lis sanctuary. It is built uf concrete, with
aalate roof, In tbe form of a Greek cross, and ia'-Mlcct
io length and tbe extreme height ia 31 feet. There la
au open porch ou the front 9 feel in width. Tbe
four gables arc auimounted by crosses, and in
each, with the exception of the front, are two
narrow windows of stained glass, above which arc
small crucilotm ventilators. T ho flu. .r it of smooth
cement, and the Inside walls arc white stucco. The
doors, as well aa the Interior trimming, arc all of
stained oak. and were constructed by Mr. Way, who
has executed tbe job with bis usual skill and good
taste Tbe tomb stands in tbe center of a smsll
enclosure a abort distance from the weat corner of
the church. On the north and west aides tbe lot is
bounded by the stone wall of the church yard, and
on tbe maoka and south aides there is a temporary
picket fence which is to be replsced soou witb a
bsudsome iron fcucc. This enclosure is now in
process of being laid out aud will be planted with
evergreens and ol her rare t reos. A smooth cemented
carriage-way leads from the gate to the mausoleum,
awecpiug around an open circular plat about mid
way, where rich exotica will lu the future flash their
brilliant flowers like censers in tbe sunshine, and .
their perfume, an oblatlou of aweet Incense w ill as
cend day and nigblto heaven. In addition to theae I
works H. H, Kanaina has at bis private expense !
rebuilt the wall around tbe Kawaiabao church in
the moat substantial manner. It is laid up in
cement, and ia surmounted with a coping of con
crtte blocks which gives it a finished aspect. The
main gate way Is in tbe same position aa heretofore, i
on tbe north side of the church yard looklog down j
Kingstreet. It Is flanked oneltbersidc witb narrow
! gates for foot passengers. There has also been con- j
i structed a large gate-way on King street directly
rnnuea of the church, and a smaller one leading into
the borying-grouod on the makai side. The pillars j
of these variooa gateways are all built of concrete '
In somewhat ornate yet becoming sty 1c. The whole I
j outlay so far baa nearly reached ten thousand dol-
tare. We learn that His Highness intends to tarn
hit attention next to tbe church building Itself and
institute a number of improvements there. The
sulngle roof is to be replaced with slate; tbe upper
and lower windows, which, witb tbelr email size
and diminutive panes of glass give tbe church such
a barn-like aspect al present, are to be united by
i cuttiug throogb tbe walls, tbuaeularglng tbem, and
ODTerting them from arr.hilect oral anomalies into
what aball be more in consonsnce witb architectu
ral aesthetic. Tbe absurd little wooden eplre avblch
surmounts the lower, and which at the time of its
erection waa aptly compared br tbe newspapers ol
tbe day to a lamp exllngulahcr, la to be torn down,
and tbe atone tower ia to be carried up at least a
story higher. Tbe suggestion baa been made, bnt
we cannot say how HI Hlgbnesa regards It, that
there conld not be a better way of perpetuating the
memory of Lunalilo than by furnishing the Kawaia
bao church with a chime of bells, upon which, on
each nniTersary of bis decease from sunrise to eun
set, abould be executed solemn requiem and other
Late Foreign News.
Woukmiii's Peacr CottrzKRKCK. Paris, Septem
ber 7. The Workmen's Peace Conference unanimous
ly pasted the principal resolution before it, which sol
emnly protests against tbe present armament of Eu.
rope as an intolerable burden upon the people.
Chicago, September 10th. The storm that broke
on the lake last night is said to have been, by old
sea-captains, one of tbe worst of tbe season. Sev
eral disasters have already occurred, while still
others bsve been reported, and much damage has re
sulted to vessel!.
Jacksonville, Illinois, September 10th. Tre
mendous rain storms, accompanied by tearful light
ning and bigb wind eommenced here last night at
nine o'oloek and raged most of the night. The storm
was followed by a rapid fall of some 20 0 io ton -peratare.
Si'uar Crop iacazASiSG. Tbe sugar and molas
ses erops of Louisisna are yearly increasing in
amount, though tbe proipects are not at all fair for
them soon to reach the quantities projuced in snte
war times. The New Orleans Price Current estimates
the sugar crop for 1874-5 at 116,867 hogsheads,
against SD,4llg the prcceeding season, and tbe molas
ses crop at 11.516,828 gallons ; wbile tbe growing
crop never looked better, and is expected to exceed
that of last year. As the country consumes now
about ooo,niiii. hi. pounds of sugar of all descrip
tions per annum, and as an immense number of tbe
fine sugar estates in Cuba have been destroyed by tire
this season, prices must rule bigb, and tbe United
States cannot afford to see that struggle which so
touebes tbe pockets of ber consumers much longer
Nrw York, September 10th. A Wsshington special
(ays tbat Fred. Douglass, speaking of the Mississippi
troubles, is reported to have said that wholesale
atrocity and murders like those recently eommitted
could only be perpetrated with tbe approval or conni
vance of the property-holding classea of the South. If
the negroes must die at the South, bis advice is, let
tbem sell their lives aa dearly as possible ; let it be
teen by those cowardly mobocrat? that in attempting
to slaughter tbe black men tbey invite the knife to
tbeir own throats and fire and rapine to tbeir hearth
stones, and tbey will cease.
Tbe Eastern Press is much exeited by tbebsrrowing
details nf the Mountain Meadows massacre, brought
out by the late trial of Lee. Such horrible murders
in an enlightened countty, in tbe nineteenth century,
and the guilty untried and unpunished for eighteen
years after the notorious events, arc enough to arouse
feeling and rail forth tbe strongest expressions of dis
satisfaction with the non-action of tbe Government
under which tbe murders were committed. The New
York World strongly end truly says in regard to it :
' As long as any man eoneemed in tbe massaere re
mains unhanged be will constitute a reproach to tbe
American administration, of justice."
The U. S. Government seems to bare adopted ac
tive measures for putting a stop to the outrages of
Mexican desperadoes along the Rio Grande. An or
der has been issued from the Navy Department to
make ready all ita lightest draught vessels to patrol
tbat stream and co-operate with the land forces in
punishing tbe outlaws. The General in command of
the Texas troops will have authority over tbe com
bined military and naval forces. To each gunboat
will be assigned a certain portion of tbe rivar, and as
tbe guns of these vessels have generally a long range,
tbey are expected to do effective work against the
raiders. As tbe ascent of the river is made, its ehan
n A is uncertain and navigation difficult ; bat the points
for crossing cattle are to be specially guarded, and it
is believed that the troopa, acting in conjunction with
tbe fleet, will be able tc afford all the protection de
sired to the frontier settlers.
Chicago, September 6. A Washington special
says .- There is a prospect of international trouble
with Great Britain tbat may need another board of
arbitration. Not long ago an American schooner,
the Gilbert C. Trufant waa sold at Liverpool to Brit
ish shipewners. in open violation of tbe provisions
of our law. Minister Scbenek attempted to prevent
this sale, aud notified the Stale Department of tbe
violation of its regtlations. A very lively corres
pondence has been maintained between the authori
ties of the United States and Great Britain. Our
people bare requested tbe British Government to
turn this vessel over to tbe United States that she
may he libelled against ber former owners. Tbe Earl
of Derby has finally decided that the vessel shall not
All PKRSOXH ARE HEREBY FORBID
trusttna any one on my account without mr written
order. W. If. 0ORNWEI.I.
Honolulu. Sept. :7th. 1875. Ml Jm
UK. P. . iii i i iin.(i.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office at Drug More, corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
Reridence. cnrni-r of Naaana ami Rukni sti eets.
llffloe boor., o It a. a. 659-3m
G. W. BUOW.1,
MONTGOMERY SQUARE, over Smith1! Bridge.
AT. X. DOHRI,L,
CABINET MAKER AND UPHOLSTERER
Kina Street, Honolulu, opposite Lewis' Cooper Shop. Will
M0 buy and aall aocood-barnl Furoitnre. ly
Hil l It1l.
In Furnlinreof every deacrlptiua. Fur attars Ware- Rooms on
Fort 8lreet, opp.Mlte Chase's Photograph Gallery. Work
shop at the old stand on Hotel Street, near Fort.
660 Order.frnm the ither Islands promptly attended to. fl
I It . U Oil N ra ITU,
HaTinc reiumed practice, can Ie found at bii room orer
K StrehB k Co.'i Drug Store, corcar or Port and Hotel Bis.
WAY & VAND00RN
BEO I.EAVE TO IM-OK THE I I HI I(
uf Honolulu, that tbey have this day entered Into a
Oi-partnenhip, for the purpose of carrying on the
In all Its branches ; having taken the stand on Fort Street,
lately occupied by Hnel) & King, where by strict attention
to business and fair dealing, they hope to receive a inare
of the public patronage. L. WAY.
Honolulu, s.j.t llth, 1B75. 658 3m
$50 Reward 1
I OFFER I'll I: ABOVE HFVTIOM KI) RE
WARD for the return to me of a lui'KKI' DIAKY
for IR74, which (T believe) waa taken from a vVrttlnK Table
In aiy lied Hoom al Kanatatna : the covert or la Black
Moniceo, and It has my name in Knfliah and Hawaiian on
tbe Inside nf the cover. Hire of Rook about three Inches
wide and Ave Inches long, and called the - PACIFIC
COAST DIARY FDR 1674."
Honolulu, Oct. 1STS. 6a0-tf J J. I. DOWSETT.
Oregon Sugar Cured Hams !
EXTRA l I A I.I T Y
PACKED BY JOIIMSO. at ftPAIrMrsU and
warranted superior. Received this day per 'Fidaiii
burr.' and for aale by
May II, 1875. BOI.I.ES ,1 CO.
AX JI'AX I.II.V ttm irai PER I'll.-
kliihurB' Ibis day, anil in perfect order. For aale by
May 31, 1876. Willi:- at CO.
RECEIVED PER i:i I.o X. AND FOR HA EE
by .v.l B0LLE8 00.
Columbia River Salmon.
JTST RECEIVED PER J. A. FAEKIABl'RG
In barrels and half barrela- For sale by
ssl BOLLEH J. CO,
Hawaiian Mess Beef,
PACKED BT II. BF.RTI.EHAJI. ANI
WARRANTED. For Stale by
4S BOI.I.ES A CO.
EST CALIFORNIA 4AT IIAT-For Sale by
tea BOLI.KS Co
Oregon Dried Apples.
RECEIVED THIS DAT, AM) FOR SALE by
May 11, UTS. 201XKS A CO.
IHAVE OX HAS D A I I E COLLECTION
of tbe M ACI FERN, which are considered tbe m.at
beautiful In tbe eroap. Tbey are beantlfotty moon led on
carda. with tbelr oamea For aale by
651 im H. M. WHITNEY.
FRESH FROM THE FACTORY OF lot IS
McMnrray A Co., received per Ceylon, Incases of two
doaen each 600 Dosen In one and two pond cane.
For aale low by :6i BOLUS 4t CO.
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
AM 1ltl.ll f LOTS on the K II. AOK t III A
PLA I Ss, favorably al mated for bonding purposes, are
for sale at reasonable price. For terras and other particu
lars' enquire of 6SS Im S. B. DOLE.
MY liROTHFR-IV-I. VV, MAX. Et K .RT.
will act for me during my absence from this king
dom. MRS. CI LB- EC E ART.
Honolulu. May 15. 1S7S. Sis II
A VERT ON I'EMC X r COTTAUE. No.
14 KUKCI PLACE, at present occupied by Charlea
Hueatace, Esq. Apply to
SS4 2m JAMES S. LEMON.
LIME ! LIME!
ORE LIME BT THE D. C. MI BRAY
RECEIVED THIS DAY FOR SALE BY
566- BOLLEH CO.
CALIFORNIA POTATOES !
'sVTEW A NI rBESH RECEIVED. PER D. C.
l"l Mt-RRAT. FOB SALE BY
666- B0LLE3 A CO.
Sold Peal or Pocket Knife I
A LARGE VARIETY. AND TO BE HAD AT
the Book and Sews Depot of
H. At. WHITNEY.
Fresh York Hams,
Crystal izpd Fruits, in glass
Imperial Prunes, in glass,
Symington's Pea Flour for
Pates du Perigord,
Scotch Red Herrings,
Chocolate and Cream,
It FBIEL ft LAINE.
(IREAT CLEARING SALE
Fort Street Store !
FRIDAY, the 1st inst.
We shall not quote Prices, as U the cus
tom, bat simply invite oar friends
to CALL and JUDGE of the
on ALL CLASSES of
A. 8. CLECHORN 6c CO.
A NEW BOOK
ON THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS !
Shortly Expected from London.
IHE rD:ia.HIt..F.I WILL BECEITE
. from London direct, earl In September, a few coptea
WSS.BIRD'S WORK ON THE "HlaHIIM IRCHIPfLJIGO,',
BeantUnlly Illustrated with
Orlajlnal Earrarlnaa, aai a Larfs Map al
the t rater of Haleahala Hani.
Subscriptions tor this book will be received br trie nnder-alA-ned.
aod filled in tbe order that taey come in.
M9:m H. M. WHITS ET.
FOB WHICH THE HIGHEST PHICT WHl
be paid at tbe Boo lea tore of H. M. WHITNEY,
444 Next to Poat Office.
laW LOT OF THE LAWXnCI TAC-
tory an amorunent of Nnmbera recerved per Ceylon
and for aale low by 5M BOLLES A CO.
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
WHALES EX 8 alRS, FKOH 10 FEET TO
C feet loaf , of the best quality.
For sale br ;iSJ; B0LLE3 A 00.
Bt E. P. ADAMS.
WEEKLY CASH SALE!
THTJBSDAY, OCT. 14th,
AS half-pawl A. II., as Meat Etwerw,
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, &c.
Fine Prints, Maslina, Lhaen Drill..
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Meriao,
Victoria Lawns. Silk Handkerchief..
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Skirts, Fancy Flannel Orershirta.
W ool Sliawls!
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, White Shirts, Amoskear. Denims,
A mallear. Strrpaa. Cot toa Drill. Brllliaata,
Pins Tweed Salts, Bed Quilts,
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladiea' Hose,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits.
Traveling Bags, Etc., Etc.. Ete.
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeaat Powder, Sardioea,
Soda Crackers, Clolbes Pias, llama.
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
etc. ate. at.
Kegs and Bags Brown Sugar!
r' heat a Tea, ea 4 101, boxes,
Caere Port Wine, ra 3 don.
Cases Sberry Wine, aa 3doa.
Caaea Scutcb Wblakey, ea 1 doe.
(Jaaea Brandy, ea 1 doa.
Cases Jamaica Ham, ra 1 doa.
Caaea Rhine Wine,
Caere SIcEwan'a Ale, ea 4 qta.
Aa Halr-pwat II O'rlaek.
For Account of Whom it may Concern,
S Casks White Lead, ea 2.1 :. tine,
S Casks While Zinc, ra 15 1S Una,
S Caaks Black Paint, rail SSW aaa,
1IW Druma Linered Oil,
il)0 Druma Turpentine.
JSk. few Boxoa of .pploa !
G. P. ADAMS, Auctionaar.
Bt C. . BARTOW.
WEDNESDAY, : OCTOBER 13th.
AS I weaeai A. BS. wall aw leaStf.
A SELECTION OF DRY GOODS!
Zsot of Furnltur!
LOT OF BOOKS.
LOT or SSOI I I BU.
Fantail and Laughing Pigeons!
One Good Carriage Hone !
Bag of Sngax. Batter, Ate.
Lot of Witei.ee.
Case Smith Weston's Pistols !
C. rt. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
RBA1 ESTATE AT aQCTIDH !
I aaa InatrwrtPd Sw eel I as raMIs AwiSlew
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19th,
AS 19 51., waa Slaw I
The Property Known as
Nl mated Hotel Street,
For particular, aa to Title, apply lo . . r. Hartwell. Esq
and ror fortber luibrmalwm. lo Mr. C U. II aa.. at Mr.
When will alao be aoid, at le o'civck a. SL.
The Furnitxire of said Hall!
Mae rarallan, TaJsaeaa. CSaatew.
Beaekea, lasapa, I
For San Francisco.
THE KIxE AMERICAN BAKK
LA It A BELL.!
P. P. 8HEPHKKD, MA8TKR,
Will have Uu ick Dispatch for the above Port
bo- For Freight, apply to
SCO ALEX. J. CARTWRIUIlT.
And a Variety of Other Articiei I
C. . Ra RTOW. auci
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT AUCTION I
By Order of the Hon. Board of Education.
I I bail aell at public aire Hon.
On Satnrday, November 13, 1875,
AS 13 o'rloek .ajowas,
t At the fruns entrance of .Hi. leal Hale,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The As 8. N. Co.'s Fine Steaaship
M AC C REG OR '.
H. GHAlNOEfi, COMMAS DEB,
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
Ou or about Oct. IHsli.
All flrel(,t Intended fur shipment per Steamers either to
San Frauttaco or tbe Cokiiuea will be received In tbe
Steamer Warehouse Free f Msonaa-e.
TUB Afenta will five a Wareliouse-Ueceipt for all Mer
chandise but will not be reaponaible for loaa by Are.
Crt" For 1 rr-lKll t and Paeeage, or any furtber Infor
matiou, apply to
SS4 '. BKEWEB CO.. Agejsta.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A. S. If. Co's Fine Steiaship
(ITV OF MLBOIRM,'
I'APT. J. W. BIOWH,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W
On or about Oct. Itb .
All freight intended fur Shipment per steamera either to
San Francisco or tne Colonies win he racetrrd lo lire
steamer Warehouse Frew er H u, r rare e
The Afenla will itre a WarehouaeJlecelpt for all Mer
chandise, but will not he responsible for loaa by Ore.
aa- For Freight and PaaaafS, to Sydney, New
Zealand and Melbourne, appiy lo
m C. BBKWEa Ce., Aieata.
Atan Upset Price of $8000
All the right, title- an.1 tntvrcst of the Hosurd of EducatMsm
in sVJhI to the Imrt tract ot Inl known as the
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU!
.HITUATKI) IS TH h UlsrKh i -K WAILITKI7
On the IsUotl of Mavol. H. F.
Ttils aittlMiM wi1 valushle travrt nf 1nd, fentrsjly
betwefn Km. ud West Xmul, cuuiprlses sn tm of
Milfa to Twenlj T
SevtTHl thouAwUid nf whU-h is ffood srmble land j ettp
of proilUihie ciiltliaUon for lusar rmn sn. itber srVu
torsJ products 4lnm.il i -uuiw-ls-ti! wat r wopply h at mmy
time available for IrrlifsCt.n. whlla a mnrh tarcsr estaat
la well adapteil for graxln; pnnKasaes.
The sbove pmpertv will rue sold, subject to a leaps bav
in Ave yean yet to run. Title), stojttl Pateait.
For farther particulara enquire of tba Secretary of tba
Board of Kducalion, or
C. 8. BARTOW, Aacliobatw.
Hoootaln. Aaff. 10th, 173.
by the undersigned
FOR KOLOA AND WAIMEA !
Will hare re alar dl.patch for the above named Porta,
no and after the 3th of November next, until further notice
r. irtii and Paasafe taken at the Low eat Rates,
til BOLUS at CO.. Asenta.
STEAMER JBE IUM
MABl'HAIT, I I i I MASTER.
Monday. Oct IStb. 5 o m HDo
Wedneartay. Ort 17th. S p ra .. -..Circuit or Kauai
Monday, Nor 1st, i p m Circuit of Hawaii
Monday. Nov Sth. S p m Huo
Monday. Nov ISUi, S p m . - Kaon
Thursday, Nov IStk, S p m Nawlllwlli
Monday, Nov into, i p m H"
Monday. Dec Sth, ISO- - - Kona
Mouday. Dee UtB. 4 p m Circuit of Hawaii
Wednesday. Hoc ltd. S p m Circuit of Kauai
Monday, Dec 57th, S p ra. Hilo
tnr When there are au cattle bj land at Maalaea Bay,
an effort will be made to reach Honolulu Saturday r. M.
aw On Down Tripe the Steamer wtl! not leave Kaaktalu
until II. a., or later; Materia until S am. or later; and
MaaUea Bay unlit I am. or later, without due notice af
any chance beiae given.
Kates l rassarc will be
To or from Kaanafcakai. MolokaL..
To or from lahaina. Maul-.
To or from Maalaea. Maul T.OO
To or from Makena, Maul , -
To or from Matmkona, Hawaii . . . .10-00
To or from Kawalhae, Hawaii 1 104)0
To or from Kaiiua. Hawaii
To or frpm Kaawaioa, Hawaii ..
Ta or from MUo, I la wall
To or from Kau Coast, Hawaii..
Circuit of Hawaii. Bound Trip...
To or from any Tort on Kariai..
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip , 14.00
Deck paaaafe for natives onlj.', - -- 3.00
ar Ho Credit Par Prlamce Soar;. "S
Ttelseta ant taJr ,ajrr only.
No berth will be conalderpd taken aodl paid Itr. Sot
responsible for onmarted BagS,nre or any Fretfkl or Par
cel. Tinlesa receipted for. a.
Freight Hon ,y Da on Demand.
Oar An efTort wm be 1 to hare Ike Bteareer reach
Honolulc on the evenlof of me day ahe leaves Maol
8 AMU EL O. W1LDKB. Aawata
Tn-c VX)oAtaBolaJLaiica. V
TONS BEST SMITHS COAL,
Tons Bast Olasrow rtpllat Steam Coal.
Bar Iron, ia as sorted etaee.
LIME aTUICE CORDIALS!
In 1 doa. eases of the celebrated maaafaetara el
JOHN QIIiLOM Co., aias(ow.
ALSO A 7BW OF
Smith & Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Bffhly re-tnnen ! i bj thoto who hara triai
them, mill no h.in I, aad will be 1 p-'e-l
of at LOW HatM.to ittit tb lima.
OIBce witb Wilder A Co.
rof Fort at Qaeea osraett
DISPATCH LINE FSIUI FRANCISCO
C. Brewer A C 0.-Agents.
MerchsodlM received Bt' or Prcc aad
libsrml casls advaiices aatts on ski nmanti h this lias.
BOSTON MO HONOLUL U PACKET LINE!
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill, Complete
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STK1M CL VBIFiERS, 40 tsi M Calls.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Cases Heldsalek's Champafna,
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases Heaaeeev'e I. I aad S Star Brand r,
Caaea Assorted Braada Brands,
Cases Best Claret,
Caaas Best Scotch Whiekey,
Caaaa Best Uellaad Oia.
Baskets Bast Holland Ota. stone joes.
Caaaa Bast Old Toa Oia, Caaas Assorted Clarets
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Uermitaje aid O.F.C.
n . D . . . D.I. Ohaevw
Caaea Beit Old Port,
Quarter Casks Henoesaj's Pale Brand j.
Qaartar Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Caaks Irish Whlakay,
Quarter Caaka Jamaica Ram.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Plots aad Qaarte.
Blood Wola Co's India Pals Alt, pu aad ata.
Baas k Ce's India Pale AW, pants anal Oaarta,
ALSO, JUST RECEIVED PER U Ml!
C. Brewer A Co.Agente. Jft
rsverafta arranrjrr , . .;- ,. alaara be aSSK
made for torae and Bhipmeu- t of r,l Bane, Woul. Uklaa and
other MarchaaJia. to N.w B r Mfa . 'aoatoa, York aad
o.uer unriu ,ui ... w "
ala Arlarfa4 msrte.
- C. BUWKX CO.
POST Wilt - jn7 W'
toaTOeaaaaaujHraajssaaiSy. im. r. T. uesihas a co.
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