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fce" A rbiler ia In the. qHdc as we go to press.
Batpoasd to be the lanes Alleo from the Arctic.
17 Tht baed will play on Thoraday erer.inc at
the residence of EP. Adams, Etc,, and on Saturday
at Emma Square.
awa. st Oar ssiiia on It-
Basa T-. - - Ulimflk On. 10.
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- b.weti Oct. 13,
Bart Arctic, Captain Whitney, arrived last
l !j s " ' Teoin fro 'he Arctic, bringing 1100 barrels of oil,
t u i rw ! U.000 poatah of bone and TOO poaodt of Ivory a
very r-ouG catch, considering tbat sbc was pretty
roucl.lt used by tbe gale, aodgot a bore in the Arc
lie. However, " all's well tbat end well."
noyotrir. .vor , .-,
i. TBaiaait l.t, (W lmnii .fcipaaererurrivd front
rtii.ilptt. wtta a sarg cargo of nli h thai o! II,.
Tt. Wrrae briar MUnft cargo Sr. Btr ltr.ee
Bass trill teat tfl torftew Badfurtt. In whicb Mrsw
I for Hong-
Miraoaxnric An English publisher baa Just ts
oed tbe "Smallrat Bible in the Wirfcd," which is
so wmall tbat 1: may nt seat throne the Eoglifh
licstnt- post for one peny It la ft; Inches by 2,
Inches, aad half an inch thick, and wetgnt, in limp
morowt, M( owners. Ereent as a cariosity. e
can see nu great advantar. In t hi- neweal edition i f
CP" Tot Trench eorrcttc routs arrived on Sonday
19 days from San Francisco. Sbc Is on speeisl set
tle . on a cruise ol observation around the world.
Sbe is commanded by Cant de Fourrroy. aud Ueav-
teaant-C .puin Doc dc lVt.trserra, a sciiw oT the
Orleans family, is second In command. Bis
Majesty gave aaaodienoe yeatrrday to Captain F.
and Ills officers.
Bark B C at area; aaiM j i ataigiy will, a light earg... at
araaaeetaaa is aery elnwly. There will be ao large ajauout
t-e trrtrj Uas areaenl naath.
Tbe fee wHalara which are eapeelad here la' rail not
save (ban at ill ar Sea ia ataWr will all be daa by tba
1Mb or Bits iataat.
i.iii. SB at a.
Baas tale ate- of tbr .V S. .Waadaru. we clip
taf If the Bikado be the stean.i t now on the
war hitbei from Sydney, she will be due here or
Friday or Saturday Nor. IS or IS If It be tbe Cy
phrcnes, she mar be two days later. Tbe spent i.f
tbe new line telegraphed to Sydney to have tbe Mi
fcado detained for their aervlce, and tbe Cypbrenra
i seot in ber place. To that telegram no response
', bss been received np to Oct. 11, snd it is not known
bere wbclber tin change was made
3?"Tbe steamer rorTHlotoMt. 6et orerSO caWn
passengers, on Monday, wttb at least 100 deck pas
17 Don't fall to procure copies of tbe Guide
Book to mail to friends at borne. eVrfeoty-aee cents
covers tbe coat of the pamphlet and postage to any
part of America or Europe. Six dollars per dozen.
A srrw Facrr. We are indebted to Bla Excellen
cy J. 8. Walker, lor specimens of tbert apple, raised
in bis garden In Nuuanu valley. The tree Waa plant,
ed aomc tweott or more years aeo by tbe elder Mrs.
Domlols, and tbis Is tbe Crst year it bat borne well,
there being some two or three bandred Hoc apples
on it, though in previous years it baa bad a few
fruit. In size aod color I bey somrwbat resemble a
yellow apples or oranges, but in appearance remind
oa of quinces. In Tahiti Ibis fruit Is very fine and
abundant, and so bealtbin! that a person can eat a
dozen or more at one meal, and feel no injury. Mr.
George M'Lcae. who formerly lived there and baa
often introduced young si trees into these ialauds.
aays tbat tbey are there tbe monarch of tbe forest
and in a grove of trees, they may be distinguished
for miles towering msjesticallv above tbe real. It
resembles in leaf tbe American or European ash,
hot in general appearance our samang or monkey
pod tree. It is tbus oot only a flue frait tree, hut a
most Taluable abade tree. In some localities, aa
Kona aod Hilo, it may be f.tond to do wclL. and we
bone to ace more atleotion paid to lla cultivation.
Trees rallied from the seeds of fruit grown here will
probably do better than fmm those imported, which
have so tar not done well.
ftapr-rtatr ionrt.-ftftmtrrr Trrm.
BxroKi the mx Cocax.
Avery st al vs. Steam Ship Cypbrenes Mr. Jas
tiea Harris delivered the jvdgamt of the Coart,
awarding to lbs libellant tbe sasa of '.-
Paakaka vs. J. Koaioikebuehu. Mr. Jastic Jadd
delitered the opiniaa of the Court dentins tba appeal
and affirming the deeirioo of Justice Harris. Chief
Justice Alleo read a dissenting opioioo. There being
Bo further batiness tbe Curt adjoaraed fine die.
i.H.- Vnr.. -.till
ta r-r-i t reaa a rurwr
if leas tban li
uoua a aauai.. aaaa Jaart. of th poet,
awaaaaa oat aira St nt aparaj oil.
Bars Caae n.wti Plaeoa. of llartai artfa. arrfead at Panama
MM iaal .. bat iaf takes Hie barren bnatpbaek oil 10 a rrowe
of al data.
L r J.-ab t'rrt at bainr Ottrd f..r a wbaliac toyafa to '
tba I'aclt. r aweak. Sp aaH ia OVIiibar UDilet cuaiuand of Oapl . I
Anew a. Ctwae, f a aiai It at bark riatoa
atark Kdwor, Knirrtt ataac bued l.e a wbaliaz voracr 1
le tl-r tttiliaa iiaii, it. eail ta Oetobr. nadar ctimnianri
wfataawa T. ti'fl.n.. .-I liartDi.ntl.. tjrnirrii
ba-t t arm a k-ii.f Eba.1 for k wual. ar tajyag in tbe
laataa waaii aa aaawbaf aaataa aaaaavaaal at Qapi a o
Hanuaei a. fai mm It of bark tdary and r'aasn
Bart Harrsias H l-aiaf glle) far u wbauag S..vare ia the
Tawtanee-an. Is sal, m O -rnW-underc.iaiaikad ol Capt Jtrab
ri;r- cia Jr. ' I'.
beiuf atled la a wbajlar votace ia tbe
a ol t.ap: us rse t barcti at
Kbroszkb. We find a stray item floating tbe
! rounds of the newspapers, which msy sometime or
other be of one here, tboagh fortunately accidents
from this Hold are rare bere. " Kerosene flames are
readily extinguished by throwing a cloth i.vertbem.
tbbs -tiding them. Bot clotb Is not always In tbe
kitchen, where kerosene accidents are most likelv
OCB'tTSK Wbium Tbe British bsrk Faraway,
returned from the Ocbotsk sea on Sunday, having
been driven off by a Russian war vessel. From Cap
tain Spencer, we gatbei tbe following facts. He loll
Nagasaki, Japan, May 1st, and cruised through the
Japan aea, where a few wbalea were aeeo, si ways
moving swiftly. No whales were taken here. Ar
rived at tbe Ocbotsk July 1, aod took four
whales in tbe North East Gal', between Joly 12 aad
Auguat IS. Then left for Sliantar Bay. where be ar
rived September 1. Here tbe water was alive with
whales, aud all tbe boats were lowered for the chase.
Before night, however, a Russian war sleamer bore
to occur. Flour is recommended as a substitute.
Thrown opon the flames, it quickly absorbs tbe fluid ' In sight, aad ordered tbe ship a war,-serving on Gap'
tain apcocertlie following notice. On reading it, be
aud deadens the tames."
Iiark Lwr.ru at
loiat uraoii. oa
la-. H.aa. la
beinr flttad kw a aki
T..eare' in Sbe
Attaatt ureal . to aai! tu OJrtaber under canmaud of Cat J
0 I aebia , termer It of hark Canton
Bark Piatlaa I. beta aued for a wbaliaa toraae in Ike
tadlaa oaaa. to eail la Oeti4Mr aader nanoiaod of Capt
Walter I Heaiaad. o! bariaioolli. bur niaLs of bark baa
McBJtsaoa Kaci A correspondent, writing from
Makawan, says : " There was a most cold blooded
murder committed on tbe 23d inst. at Kuupokuloa,
In Hamakbaloa. Maui, bv a man named Aiapat. The
victim was a young woman, 16 yeara old, named
Poepoe. At tbe luquett. It was found that ber neck
waa broken by the sec used. Ne cause was assigned
for this brotal act; hot it is supposed to be fmm
jealousy. The murderer was arraigned oo Monday
tbe 2Vh Inat. but waived an examination, and waa
committed for trial at tbe Circuit Coon at Labaina.
He waa brought down In the schooner Nettie Mei
ritl, and la now lodged In tbt Stale Priaon, til! tbe
court opens at Labaina.
- a It- -f . t-najtsl If a waalinc votsjrs la
u.s Pads - ooa.1,. wadav aaaraatad of Capt Wtn Bat net. tale
of skip fctareoxa.
our or iitixii.i i i
O l T rbr Actiea, Poaablra ft. mi Kobata.
Oatbsrer. fraas Pblbiili Iphky
Sb (vtkr J swat , Wnliajn. f "a Koaa and Kan.
ttebr Nailis Merrill. Craaa, from Labaiaa.
r-ehr Niaokahi, Clark, froto liana,
r-ehr alile atorvit. Lens, fmm Molokal.
9u -Cbr alar kiien, Uaoa. frooj llaoa ok
-.ta- k...n.. i',.,iu:. fi.an kaaau Otre : U
bd eauie. a latrsea, 1 moie. ' t.bdls beat. & bbit
ta'iitw. jB Ii dc im hide., tloi f,.l.
.'-Ait .pbyren. A W Ksweslai. Ibudett frttoi Boston,
with earc" to Brett er A Co.
B4 waribaidi. Nates, tram Portiao.!. en route to
li .na konc
t. fpenra-. frnm iVhotak. 100
bbU oil. KKS.I lbs ah tame.
..Its f-i.tn San Vraneiaoo.
ds. from Kal.nlui. Cbrpt. : M baa
eofft-e. t tk butler, CT pot hide-,
man. fr.im Ki.iua aud ttaimaa.
lurar. 4 bl.ls beef
ftebr falrr tfwseu. klaatns. from tiaual.-:. Cbrpc :
I. - bc-fjaddv, lewrd wood.
Ket I S In .Vana.dtowai. KaUwatk. from Nawiliwili.
m erbr Varwtek. J Boll, from Motokai.
Bark t- Wbittis. trorn the Arrlic, 11IM) bbla.
mi, i&.ono lbs. boos. To.t :bs. Nary.
Oct Zv tsrhr Nettie Merrill, Croat f it Labaina .
Am bklo J A Falkmbarc. Uehbard. for Porl-laod.
BO eeb Jeont. WillbMa. be Kooa and Kan.
Bear atib? atorris, Lenta, f.a Molokal.
Bot 1 KIT ft ihusas. Marebant. for WiadWara 1'ura
S 9rtii-lert Kllen Maoa for llaoatei.
bebr Ka Mot. Hetooi.ia. for KahnlaL
Bark II. C Mortal Sullet, I t oaa. raaciaco.
Baar) tiosefi . Kaaioa. Sir Hanalei,
fsebr llattat. alaiana... for Koloaand Walmea.
bnt wk bk Fan
bbls afierat. 1
From a forest!
bcbi kam.. Ket
ptaVsra. 7 I
Bcb. Hallo 1
Death's Doings On tbe 26th Inst. Mr. E. G.
Adderly died aoddenly at hit residence on Nnuann
' Avenoe. at the advanced age of 71 yeara. He bad
resided here since 18M, previous to which he
lived for many years in the United 8tatea.
On Friday last. Col. Henry Prcndergast died,
aged about 60 years, after an illness of tera or three
weeks. Be came to llicac islands in 1S54. wbere be
baa since resided, bavinc held office under Kameba
rueba V. and our present sovereign. His funeral
was attended from the Roman Catholic Church, and
bat remains, escorted by tbe Masonic lrnternlty and
the military, were depttsited in Nuuauu Cemetery.
19 Paris claims to originate all new fashions
Whether this be so or not. a lady of that city has
introduced tbe fashion of stuffing fumitore with
CTDted herbs. She has had all her chairs, sofas, and
, even bar carriages, stuffed with aromaliv herbs,
1 which fill tbe air with an aereeable, but not too
powerful perfume. Tbe fashion is derived from
tbe eastern bailout and prevails extensively over as
considerable part of Asia. As we read tbe item,
, tbe thought occurred to os that some kind of herbs
introduced into furniture bere might serve to keep
1 off motqu. loea, flies, ants, ifcc. The ideal- worfhex-
periineutiug on, whether there be at.yluiug in it or
urgently aollcited the privilege of remaining twenty
days, but tbe captain of the war-steamer aaswered
tbat he bad no discretion io tbe mslter; bit orders
were Lcremptory. Tbe boats were then recalled,
and tbe ship reluctantly left tbe wbaiinc ground and
returned to tbis port, baring on board about 600 bar
rels of oil.
Notice. 1. Foreign whaling vessels cannot enter
Into any of Hie Gulfs or Bays, nor approach nearer
tban three miles to tbe Coasts and Islands belonging
to us In the Seas of Bhering and Ocbotsk ; for tbe
whale fishery in the gulfa. ttavs, and straits, knd with
in a distance of three miles Ir.im the coasts and isl
ands mentlooed, is granted exclusively to Russians.
2 Foreigners cannot land on our coasts or islands
without tbe permission of tbe Chief ol the place,
neither lor supplies of wood nor to melt down toe
fat of whales. This permission should be obtained
fr.-m tbe Governor General ol tbe Priojorskaia Ob
last, at Yladivostock or PctropaTlovsk.
3. Captains of Foreign vessels are f.trbidden,.on
der any circumstance to leave their sailors la any un
inhabited place within Russian territories, as a pun !
isliment for breaches of discipline. For this purpose.
Baal for repairs, lor victualing, and for other neccs- :
saries Petmpavlorsk. tbe port of Kamscbatka, it !
open to foreign vessels. Daring their anchorage in
that port, they are forbidden to carry on the whale :
fishery, atidthersliouldsutin.it themselves to. and ;
carry out all the regulations and laws in that port. ,
Captain Spencer Was Informed that a license to :
wbnle In the Ocbotsk wiil be granted to foreign ap
plicants for $250, at Petrnpaolski. If this be to. I
why cannot tbit license be procurable bere or iu i
Supreme Court 1
Oot. 1st. Estate of William Johnson, deceased.
Petition of J. D. Paris one of tbe executors of the will
of decedent for approval of bit accounts aad disebaree.
Mr. Joaet aa eon nee! for Mary Johason oaa af the
laughter- of the deceased, contested the accounts and
moved to surcharge tbe executor with certa'n amounts.
Mr. Hart well appaarel for tba exaculor and after a
lengthy iovoitigatioo by the Court, tbe accounts wars
approved aod allowed : tbt executor to bo discharged
so toon at tbey hate divided the estate according to
tbe provisioaa of the will.
Oct. 11. Proof, f will of K. H. Boyd, deceased.
Petition of Edward Strata for probate of will ol de
ceased. The etecutors named in the wiil baring re
n unced, the Coort appointed Godfrey Rhodes aad
Edward 8'rehi administrators with will annexed.
Boad to be filed in tecum of $70. Notice to credi
tors to be advertised in English and native for four
weeks, iarentury to be filed iu 30 days.
Case I beard at Chambers before Hon. Duncan
McBryde, Ciroait Judge 4th Judicial Cirouit, Island
i.f Kaaai ; ,
The King at Hoee. Giving liquor to natives.
Judgment far defendant.
Maboe vs. Xakulala. Damages for destroying ka
lo. Judgment for plaintiff, damages $20 with costs.
The King vs. Kcao. Moooiki and Kale weed a.
Charged with esteriag animals to tre-passet. Judg
aiaau for the defendants.
The King t Malukokui ana Nlka. Larceny of a
hog. Nolle prosequi oatered by the Sheriff.
Tbe King vs. Eabiko. Desertion from labor; de
fendant returned to employer to eoatplete contract.
Tbe King vs. Kona. Cattle staaliog. Judgment
Oct IS. The King Tt. Asam. Charged with tell
ing opium without license. Vol. pros, entered by
Tbe King vs. Ciana. Charged with selling opium
witboot license. Heard at Wabiawa : defer lan:
found guilty aad sentenced to pay a fine of $100. or
iD default of paymeot 4 oaooth.1 imprisonment with
bard labor, and to par costs of court.
Mika rt. Lai lla ie Defendant charged with
wrongfully impounding plaintiff's oetll. Decision
ia favor of plaintiff with coats.
O. I. C.
STILL THEY COME
Ex Bk Mary Belle Roberts
THE FINEST LINE OF
mmm mi ware
2H"VOjc Seen Sore.
tOXBISTIXe OF THE FOl-I.OXt
Inio rl Articles !
Ladles' Serge Congress Gaiters, In all wldtba,
Ladles' Serge, BaLv Kid Vamp.
Ladies' COraceo Kid Mam Antoinette SUppera.
Ladies' French Kid Slippers!
Ladies' Sere Mippers, with and without heK "
Ldtdle FrencU Kid, Xwport Tt-,
LADIES' FRENCH KID SANDALS!
EMU a ! 111.1 I,
Ladies' Prench Kid Button Boors,
Ladles' Caracea Kid Button Boots;
Ladiea Serve Balniorala.
Misses Serge Bals. Kid Vamped!
By E. P. AWAMS.
Mstv-VUr UUILJD BOOU,
Misses Calf MMtlh
V LIABLE BM ESTATE
43- X Mlll'l i v n. i
fFormerly of the regular serrioe of the t S. X.5
Office at Mr. Strehi's Druit Store, coraer of Fort and '
Hotel Street. Honolulu. S64-3m
rtRn sb Arrtn Tin: iith ivst . n
unnl further notice, the dusiiie hour os the lunik '
sthlp evreti reports bavluc crtieaed lite uaeln tbe Atlantic
Jutt f- to l. -if St. St. Crosoed the Vlth pa rale Alia tt, hi
osaaa tone ax is. 8poke ahlp Alice . Mlus.l off tbr Mfc
latKl lalands. hound to Han Frai.nat-ti of stat. n In(l
psefced up a tKHtts crew bekMarflar tht Britlah ablr Albert
tialoklD. and iiroufbl them to port. Croaaed the equaUir
an tbe Padav oet latb In weal low Rl. Rave bad mode-tab-
weaiiier all tbe pa Bare- tat davs from Bosbin.
An Essilt Made Ice Box. To make a cheap re
frigcrali.tr, procure two dry gooda boxes, oue about
right inches smaller tban the other Procure tome
thoroughly dry aud clean aawdnst, silt it and Jtuck
the space betweeu the boxes therewith as solid as
possible; make a cover (either packed with saw
dust or Hoed with two thicknesses of blanket,) to
thut tightly; put a small pipe from the bottom of
tbe Inoer box to tbe outside of the outer one.
to draw ofTtbe water as the ice melts. On tbe in
side box nail cleats on which to place racks made
of lath. Tbe ice ia placed al the bottom, and what
ever you wist to keep cool, tucb at butter, fresh
meat, cream, etc.. it placed upon tbe racks. Sacii
a box ia also exer Hint to keep articles ol food iu
wben no Ice Is In it.
will be 3 o'clock.
BIMIOP & OO.
Piww PbCeelphi. -er Gatbaser. Met B WW tons ooal
bo r i Pa Blanket.
gram Boatoi . par Am ahp Svrea. Oct 31st 132 ton stasia
S3 oaks a. 1ST oka comb. S rak. atove roal. 3 ootb r fall.. 2
ewiU wa liwsa tt ea ebairs. ShVW roam. 40 bi a IK' matdls.
SO aaass iraak. 1I& aaaa to Mr bills sonar. 10 ca lobaksea, 14
ca tonsat.a. f cs rwfrueator. bO latlsa .oakum. l ca bnckela,
so bad 1 bor 114 bodbt aad tat bars iron, lfldrum. caustic
aoSs ao bbbj lsf. I ea p baa. 1 t.odl wash boar.ht, 1 ea ale
baa ill . . kwdw a btoaeaa. 6 ba clams. 6 os nioala, U3 prs
htmlasr lt t-as. t blf keir. I pkf. ho-., nal.- I ba bslt
iot, 3 c. ataa . : ca oi bowa. 4 l.ndi wkseL I ba c paiot.
ta Taroitar, . aC. bbla aaJ 1 oik pork. 2 ca psramliolator. 1
eratsa smaj.. I aoehar. IB) bodi -i.m.l -- fi kefr aod : ea.
I ,;..H... I L-t- no.i 2 I.I.. -I. . '' kap bsads. !
bl aad 1 ait bbl atari-, inert. 12 pea anil 1 bad I pi pea. 1 cs
pompv I i- nunc - - bodl. ta boa. 13 baa. 6 ca aod 2
Lbd a-lasawarr. 9 bl aod 1 eak bardwat-s. 46 pka hollowan .
14 bodi waodoo ware 2 oa etotklax n ba and 2pkrt mdt.
pkc bead, aud hoops. 4 pka;. cordars. 2 pke sail. 2 wk
b.w.1. baa sad SOU cs oil, 2t bodbt window, '. ttodl bliad.
1 aoors. IT ImmUs wkll. wtaal, t bl lot. tanj T eabttass
sjtoas. V Win lb4U. t pkc aod l2plow castmr. 2 ca
carries:., i t.adt arbeopa. 2 pkr book. 2sbrller bodice.
Pram Pattsad. per Am bk OaribalJ. Ott Slat 40 bbw
aalasoa. Bitsi apples.
For Polaeo. pet J A talkinliorr. Oft tb 40 bucaa bo
na: .:- r. m 1 1 1. 1 . aasT ka -opr
FotSam fTatsesteo. per Aa bk 9 r ktoirmt, Xor 2 tit
tsbt mohwaa SO bales root tkioe. 4t tars paauota. 2342 pkc
mli I t.ki I -sis. Ira a. TOO lira nee, 140 bbcos
tat al bloats
l'lM tlil ltt.
Prom Load ai. par R C ylst. Oct. 24tb-V N Oiffurd
pwr st. a pet stair Klktaoa. On 2Ttli J B Blark, - L
Aoatit. W C t lldot. M Hartoos. Maa tmiili.. 1 K Mltrbel!
Baa. t tula
Prom Kaam. par ataar Kill im. Dot totb W TfiMsr. s 1.
Aaatta. J H I. lack. P a Lj mia tsad daafliter. w H Colsmaa.
F Bsadt. John Mesk, S Matkai. wits aod 2 erraau. Mrs
Ltlikaiaoi. J K Wtckwtl. W ICaartlai. A tooter. C A Islander
W D Monsarett, Mrs Halaitn. Mae btikouA
. Oct Slat H A Wtdeatann.
T H Porta. P Bbarrav Btlm C Wilcoi. r W onderberg. Mrs
W altar ttroal TVac Tael aad oertaat, aad 10 deck,
fwr Am ahp Seren. OKttOtb capt tiro aea, wife and 2
Foe Waste ard runa, per Elksuea. Sot Im llbt KlfJ 0
DmmaM Ki Hi..i- A iodd anc wte. HA Wioeanart
Xaat Itliliaa F si Lrntac and daucbter, J C Pfhaji-t. e I.
Austin Mr Abbott aad wife. Mrs W H Ballet aad 3-rbild
two. Mrs J V tsirvut. MOmtirav. Miaa Berrt . Lit Boyd. Miss
Bortl. Mhat A Fjobaoeo. Mrs Mills. Mr Prtsnon, Mr Kew
ut aad wtf. , Oct Brown. Dr v it in A P Bpemtx. W
f-a-pberd. W t, WBoaa. T P FOeeetb. Mm Motcalf and
cbaM. Mrs Faaae You tic. A Kunlakoa. I Davton. J P
ueeeo C Akeaaodee. V Uan. J Weak, Mam B Corn wi ll. Bd
FtaaL aad a mi tc tack.
Far tan Fracwtaea. per bk P O kf array. Not 2 Mrs
mat H Mart ant ta-rvant. A l Week 4r F 1! oftitic aiti
Cb4k4. t "all si ' 1 1 k F Mctavan, 1 Moward. Geo Smith, F
M weed. Mt isearora. mma MC-teJ. tatlsabt.
From the Gilbert Islands. -Letters have lately
been received from Mr. J. . Chamberlain, who went
oat at delegate of tbe Hawaiian Board, in LbeJaom
imj Star, to visit tbe mission stations in Microuetia.
Tbe Jfomisj;; Mar. which left berr Juue SI, had a
line rnn of thirteen days to Tapetetuea, one ol the
Gilbert Islands, south of tbe line, and tnence to Apl
ang. where sbe arrived after a patttge of 1 days
' fmm Honolulu. Tbe native missionaries and Mr,
Taylor were taken Iron) their various elation to Bo
taritari, wbere a general meeting was held. Mr. C
epeaks ol this island as a much more healthy and de
citable location for a mission elation than Apiang
an opimot In wblcb many agree with bim. The na
tire Hawaiian missionaries appeared very well and
pleated wltb their work. Tbe packet left Butaritati
about July J3d for the stations westward of tbe Gil
bert group, aod It ia probable tbat sbe will return
' bere within cigbt montbs from the dale the left
Honolulu, which will miske ber dne bore In Febru
Wreck op the Alp. but Gallatik. Tbis wae a
Btitith ship, commanded by Captain YV. Groves.
8be left Antwerp, SQtb of April, in ballast, bound
to Callao to load withguano. When otTCapeHom,
the lost ber rnddrr and drifted about fourteen days ;
wben, at the was about to go upon the Island ol
IU Defonso, the waa abandoned, and all bands took
to tbe boats. Iu tbe Captain's boat were nine per
sons, Tix: Captain Grovei, bis wife and two cbild
sren; second mate. Mi Fay; George Hltchtnt, car
' pester; Timothy Flint, ttcward; John Gibson, aea.
man ; and B. Kingewrll, teaman. After touching
at two ialaada, abd drifting about for 16 days, fell in i
witb American ship Syren, of Boston, Captain !
Newell, of Btaten Land oo tbe 2d of September.
j From Capt- coT. officers and crew, tbe wrecked
TToti6 experienced every kindness wblcb human
ity could dictate or sympathy inspire. Tbey were
bS safely landed in Honolulu, wbere they hare been
taken under tbe charge of tbe British Consul, and
provided for at the Home. Kt-spcrtiug tbe fate of
their unlortnnate companions, niucleen in all, no in
formation can be obtained. Tbe beats, parted l.J '
an hour after tbe Gallatin wae abandoned, and no
thing baa been beard of tbe miselng boaL friend.
THE rXDERSIGVED. It: I funs of the
bstate of tbe late Wtn. Johns .n, of Kona, Hawaii,
h retiy civi- notice that we will pay no debts contracted In
our name after ibis date, without our written order.
J. D. PARIS.
October 16. 1S7S. &64-Jt E. HOT.
IW05G KWAI OF Till I I KM of (Ml I. I
ANI iXMPXV of Hoitolnla. hmve -.ppoinieM my
neph-w Quonc Yung of Honolulu, mr Attorney In tact,
to -trt for me tuder Power of AUorner, daritic my b-ear-
from ihe KliifrJoni, WOXU tv W A I .
H n.aJn.a. Nov. . IST-- 561
IRON. IRON. IRON.
HAS Jl'KT RErialVED per bk It C . WTLIE
food aaMortmcnt of
BEST BEST BAR IRON !
He BoUdni the patronaicv of all in need of the -above which
He will sell at the lowest market rates.
nPI IW t( i; OF AN ORDER OF THE
TPRKJIK OOfRT Issued on the Ittth day t.f October,
: tart. I aba!! sell at Public Auction, oa tbe step cf tbe j
Court House, in Honolulu, o tbe -Tth day or November. ,
A. II. lT5. at It oleloek noon, all Otat parcel of land situ-
ale 10 PALOLO, OA lit", cotuutilng of MS arrea of land,
j part oflt K.aU) LAXU. ant described In Royal Patent Xo.
' 449S. aa foilowa :
mii 2. .He Lele o WaQupe, tula me ke kuablwi
i o Paiolo. K boomaka ana kf klhi Hlk e bele ana Hema '
atmfl Kom. I 6.71 kl. ma ka palena o na kuleana ; ntalalla ;
1 aku Ak c Kom. 1 13.00 kl. ma ka pa pohaku o Keauwe- !
. loo: roalaUaaku Ak. 31- Hlk 6.40 kL ma ka paleoa no
' Manoa : ntaUtla aku Hems S0 It Pi. 1 13.30 kl. ma ka pa-
taaa o Kapubl. a htkl I ka boomaka ana. - T36-I000 Kka. -
Apana S. Kha loi koele lloko o Wallupe. Paloki. E
boomaka ana ke anbl Hlk. e hotnana At. fJS" Kom. I s
kl. ma ka palena o Kapubl : m alalia aku flema 4t Kom. I
7.00 kl. ma ka pslena o na kaleana ; malalla aku If ema ST
Hik. t oo kL ma ka pa o Kauweloa : mulallaaku Ak. ttj,s I
llht. 7.00 kl. ma ka poena o na kuloaua. a hiltl I kahi i boo-
Apaua 4. Hi a Wallupe. Paiolo. He kalka. be kula
a be kiushio'L K hiKtmaka ana ma ks klbj Hema. e bele '
ana Ak. 6.", Hlk. 5.0 kl. ma palena 111 o Kekio : malalla
aku Ak. 15r Hlk. 3.40 kl. ma ka palena o Kaululoa: ma-
laiia aku Ak. a.6o kl , malalla aku Ak. 1 9- Hlk. '.' '- kl. ma j
ka palena o Ka . : malalla aku Ak. tt7- lltk. 3.40 kl. I
ma ka palraa o Pukels : malalla aku Ak. IBS Kom. 1.50 kL ;
malalla aku Ak. 14 Kom. 33.30 kL ma ka palena o Pukele ;
malalla aku Mb 50-' Kom. iSM kl. a hlkl ma ka puu I sua
hlal : malalla aku Hema ts Kom. tJ.SO kl. ma ke kusbiwl
palena o Mamat : malalla aku Hema It Htk. :t 30 kl. ma I
ka palena ill o Kapuht a hlkl 1 ka boomakaan. He- tut Eka. t
Apana 3 He Kla'a Koloa iit.ko o Wallupe, Paiolo. I
Oaha. F: boomaka ma ke kit! Hema : e bele ana Ak. Iff
Kom. 7M kl. ma ka palena kola o lukel. kal : m Ak. '
41 Hlk. AtO kl. ma kabawal : malaUa aku Hema tr nik. 1
4 so kl. ma ks palena o Keklo : malalla aku Hema 30s
Kom. I3.tn kl. ma ta paleua o Keklo a hlkl I ka boomaka
Baa. J 87-1000 tka.
Terms Cnli :
J. PORTER GREEN.
M4 4t AdmtoLtlrator of the Estate of PUekaluhl, dee d.
C. SECELKEN Sl Co.,
Have J nal Ksseelvt-d per u V. W y lie.'
I -2, 3-4 and I Inch
Galvanized Iron Pipes.
Which We Offer at Lowest Rates.
Pleat Call and See !
Misses Calf Button Glaiters !
Soniotliins ISTes-vjc :
Misses cutanea Kid Batton Gaiters.
Misses Curacao Kid Balmorals.
Children's Calf Balmorals
Children's Calf Button Shoes i
l Ladles' PebMI Goat Battoo Oak-rs.
Ladies' Calf aod Ooat Balmorals.
Ladies1 French Kid Congress
Gr ai term!
And Many other Articles too Xumerow to
Ladies will do well to Call and
Examine tbis Splendid Impor
tation of Philadelphia
Every Pair Warranted!
An Elegant line of Gent's Clothing
Black Froca Coala.
Black Doeskin Pruts,
Assorted casalmaTe Panta.
Fashionable .:.. .! Coats aad Vests
Handsomo suits !
White Pique Vesta. Doable Bremted,
' The only Fashionable and Stylish Shirti
7 feet by 2 feet a in.
Kverything In SorkB,
1. 1 ry Ond? of t'noVrshlrts atrnl Prmwcrs,
Whit Gloves. Ties. Braces, tc.
Elegant Stylish Calico Shirt, New Pmttero..
Per Str. ' Vasco de Gama,'
IDinmond Rings !
' Ls I'.m- noM WBtche aod rharns'
li and ChlldpeD' Lockets and rhalos.
Emerald ane Ruhr Fini-cr 111 tigs,
Momnre Gold Braoelels.
Gentlemens Hold snd Silver watches. Chains,
Solid Sflrar Spoons avnd Forks,
Knlf- (ke, and Berry spoon.
Sursr li-Hsaad Batter Knives,
.Salt spoons vc.. and Silver hlets,
Handaomft setts Pins and Ear Rings,
Besides many other Articles
All the above line of tfne goods will be
sott! at very low Prices.
WM. WEKiHT. , FOB SALE BT
n otr, aatUotr. Octuwrr Mi, Mr. B- li.
I si.' -tShsfr-e. ttf.ao. ar-.l .. ,,ar.at.o
msataa ISW-saoaB amsen al llsaae tsiantu in is.. r..u.i
St whart be bad il It i whoat rears ia the tatted l-tataa.
I Bow IItioc- u ni moco reapeciao or
raa 1 tast eftr. Oc,-srtU, Coi. Btnr PllJ
as t, of T.wfwrar tealaoO. afjsc 6U sears.
Cmeit j- tat iBtaiB
L On Satnrdar last I saw a natlre
aaaa at its o of Mr. Jerome's drays oo tbat oarrov
u leadicc to Use old pound from Xnoanu road.
Ike dray vaa loaded wlti tsearv oiila araod. fJTt r
BIHL, (a toe animo'..) was ccrercd aitti foam and
paoticf; 'f - breath. Tbe hone bad tig caged hit
load UiVera l ie andl ap the Kunanti arenue, but at
that bad road be came to a dead mod I retnoa
tratei! witb tbe dtirrr Bar abusing ao line a borae.
He .iswerv4 be ara ordered to do ao. it
Tbt abese lefcned to Is becoming of frequent oc !
enrraaca. aad where ongbt to be eome war to s top
it. We are 4Mld that on Satnmay last terct.1
latBai ia of arer loaded expreeeee and drays were
aea ka oar ctrrets the tatter in each rate tur
saoanied 1 a couple of able bodied kanakas, who
rere tent. - abte to walk tban tbe horaea were to
Abandoned at Sex. John Dngan, aecond officer
of tbe berk Jessie Scott, aa Eugliab Teasel, reports
at follows : Tbe Jeasie Scott lell Lirerpool, April
6th, bound to Central America Wben off Patago
nia was dismasted September 6tb, and loat main-mast
and fDiExentoptnatt. On September 7th, American ,
ship Empire bore In atght, and a boat from tbe ;
Jessie Scott, foor bands aod chief officer, boarded
bar, She waa 130 dare ont, bound from New Tork j
to San Francisco. Tbe chief mate reported tbe
condition ot tbt Jeasie Scott, and desired to be taken
on board, bnt tbe master refused, because be bad
alreadr made a long passage and was Bbort of prori
. siona. To this tbe male aald, there waa plenty on '
! board the Jessie Scott, bot no water, except for
aboat ten dart; still tbe n aster Of the American 1
sbip refused, and suggested tbey might poll lor a
bark anBwSOaaS been seen to leeward. Tbey returned
on board the Teasel, aod after drifting to tbe south- .
ward lor elgbt days, fell in witb tbe Francisco Padra,
. an Italian bark, which took all off, aod as tbe follow-
log day the American ship Gatherer hove in cigbt, :
' and kindly took flee seamen and second mate, our
informant, wbo were brought to Honolulu. Paaa- !
age waa also offered to tbe remainder, if tbey wished :
to come, bnt they declined. Tbey report moat
' favorably, respecting the kind treatment received
oo board tbe Gatherer from both officers and crew.
Onr informant reports tba the Jessie Scott most
baveaauk ott tbe day following, that on wbieb sbe
was abandoned, as sbc bad aboat four feet of water. ;
Tbe Jessie Scott was classed for a seven rear's j
cruise to Central America, tor a cargo, sbe bad a
among tbe article a portion of a Catholic church, !
with altar d ceo rations and incenae. Friend.
it riBTi r. or a m it i f tsr excrmoy
issued oot of Ittr supreme Court, .A Oct I tth. 1ST.
aaaimrst 1 KKUHK KS.AKV in favor, of V- T. U'Halloran.
f,.r tbe stuns of Bwl.HS. I have let 4 upon and shall ex
ptae for sale at tr o'osock noon at A llkaa n I Halt . oo Tuea
tay the SOih of Vmrntber. all the rieht title ond
Inti-reot of the aald Jerome I ear- tit and to S pieces of land
on the corner of Beretaola and mncboowl atreeta, aa des
crlbed In Hot a! Intents No. teas and 26 its.
Also all the right title and interest of said defendant in
and to that lot of land sitoaled oo Punchbowl streeL con
verod to defendant by O. A. Lathiop and containing an
areaorrt h.i too feet t'nless aald judemeut. Inter
eat and costs be previously satisfied.
BT, C. PARKE. Marshal
Honolulu, Oct th 1STS. T4-4t
IHt IXDEBSIGKED APPOI.VTED AIV
MlXISTRATOIt of the estate oftlie late WII.UAM
CHrUt-TtlPHER RKO W'S. of HUo. H. I., lately residing in
Honolulu Oaiiu. deceased, hereby requests all peraoos
having claims againai said ealale to preeaot the same ond
all persona owing the estate to pay the same wltbttut de
lay. Peraooa oat tog property bei.tning to tola estate are .
requested to give notice of th- aanse.
J .'11 WORTH, Admlrrtsrator.
Hilo. October Sth IrTo 5K 3m
THF l Mll.KMI.Min HEREBT I.IVl: M).
Tli'E to all persons that on the 11th -lay of October
A. D. 17 letters of admlals: rati .ti with will tbe annexed of '
the Estate of EDWARD H. BOYD late of Honolulu. Is
land of Osba. decreased testate wereiasaied to tbem by the i
Honorable t liar lee c. Harris Justk-e of the supreme Court
In Probate, the Executors named tn ttse aald will having
renounced, and the undersigned aa such administrators
BIBB, the will annexed have filed ttielr bond aod accepted
their aald Croat, aod do Iters, request all peraooa having j
claims against the said estate whether aeeured by mort
gage or col, to present tbe same dole authenticated aud 1
with the proper vouchers If Buy exist at the office of
Godfrey Rhodes one of the said admlrdstratorB, on Eaahu
mano street Is aald Honolulu and all persons saving such
claims are hereby notified that if tbe same be.oot presented
as at ft 1 1 as lil within ax months from date hereof or from
the day thee tall dae, they will be forever barred, aod all
persons owing debts to the said estate are lierehy requested
to make immediate payment thereof to the aald Godfrey
Rhodes at his office aforesaid.
GODFREY RHODE S.
Administrators with the win annexed of the estate of E. H.
Rot d. deceased.
Honolulu. H. I.. October 1Mb 175. 542 tt
A. S. CLECHORN & CO.
fTIHIS IK TO CERTIFY THAT I WILT. MOT
.lit mv written order. W. H.
Tuesday, Nov. 16th, 1875.
rrosrnmiiio of naooai i
1. Molltxsnt Rnee. -tort at two T. tt , sharp from
the foot of Port Street ; course oot the channel, iiuxlcai of
par and bell buoya lo windward of a boat anchored off
Walkikl. wear around the same and return over the same
course to line between Judge s row and nag anennred np.
par any debts contracted In my name after tni dale : rtde f channel. Tim' allowance al starting one
w . II. vs It Hilt 1 . . BsOf uiinule lo a ton dltfrrence In toitnage. First prlie I 'M ;
wi-.hotit mv written order.
Koloa. Kauai, Oct. ltth, 1875
More Lime !
HAVE RE4 ECYED per tbe
M. B. Roberta,
Bol.I I t CO..
" Murray " and
SOO Hurri U Bestt 'alirriiiit I Jnae !
Which will be aotd at the lowest prices, lo other wordi,
! we will not be V.N'DERSOLD in this article.
California Potatoes and Onions !
I A small quantity received per tbe " Murrav."
SSI- for Sato by BoUsa tt Co.
Daily Expected '
PEB BARK CEDES, FIOX EFBOPE. A
large Invoice of the BEET QUALITIES,
Hnbbnck'i Paint and Paint Oil '
5f,3- BOLI.EB A CO.
RECEIVED lEB " f I It It A Y " auad "ABV
BKLiE ROBERTS." For bale by
SS 2- BOLI.tSS CO.
Fine Manila Cigars!
A NEW IXV4HCE OF VERY HI'PEBIOR
quality, put up iu botes of 200 each. Just received
For Sale or For Lease
A HA'DSUXE COTTA4JE. PLEASANT-
located, a iUi garden, stc. containing parlor, three
rooms, two closets, dining room. Kitchen snd
pantry, bathroom, servants house, carriage bouse and
alatae. all very cooveoJrut. aod iu perfect order. Apply to
451 tf HCUO STANGEXWALtf. X.D.
V BRTIIER-I.I.A-. MAX. ECK ART.
A.VJB. wwl act for me dunog nay abaroce from that klog-
May It, 1ST5.
tsfRS. CHB. PICK ART.
CALIF0ENIA POTATOES !
VK A I EBESH RECEIVED. PER D. C.
it HfJJsRAY. Ft. 11 sAL!. I V
Columbia River Salmon.
JTOT RECEIVED PER J. A. FALKIABl DM
in barvata and balf barrels- For sale by
SSS BOI.LES t CO.
WW ECETVED PER fETLOX. AND FOB K A EE
a a. oy .
BOIXuSS at CO.
EST CALIFORNIA OAT HAY For Sale by
rtt ll.l.,t at CO
Gold Pen or Pocket Knife!
LARGE VARIETY. A WD TO BE HAD AT
ttvt Book aad Sews Depot of
H. al. WHIT XXV.
du-vct from Manila.
For Stale by
BOt.LFA A CO
PER "SSYBEX" DIRECT FBO.VI BOsiTO.V.
Am, r . . Prime Pork,
American ateas Beef.
Hew Bedford Towltoe.
New Bedford Cutting Falls,
New Bedford Whalemen's Oars,
BO Bale Beat Patent Oak tint I
All of wblcb will be sold at low prices, by
MS- BOLLE8 A CO.
Per 'R. C. Wylie!'
IBECT FROM ErBOPEalltw DAYS !
Bb!f. soo b?t Farurllsh PorlAcd Cemeat.
100 Coils best Hani Hemp iUottnS.
Colls Russia Bolt Rope.
Cases Encllsb Vie Fruit.
Cases Eatfbab Pickles.
Cues Ground Pepper,
Cases Ground Mustard,
Caaea Frencl. Peas,
CalSKft TABU 0AXT, a BOTTLES,
For aaJe at the lowest prices, by
BOLLES dt CO.
second prise $20. Entrance fees iO.
j 2. Cmaoe ITsiee. Fur canoes not less than thirty feet
I fri length. Ktart from Judge's acow; ooorae ntsvtca. and
i outside lias; near lb Samner house, outside lias; near bul
' locK wharf, and back io Una between Judge's srow and
i auother scow. First prize, U ; seeood prUe, fli.
;i. Amateur Two Oared Boat Hat-re. Hime
I coarse as the last Urst prise, f20 ; secoud prize, fli.
j Kotrjaoce tVea. ft. AO.
4. ('aaef Havre For canoes less than thirty and
I over twenty feetln lengrh ; same course. First prise, 1 1 5 ;
second prise, I0.
5. Two Oavred Shore Boas.aSame course. First
prize, f20 : second prise, f 15. Entrance fees, f l.
6. Canoe Bare For oanoes under twenty feet long,
game course. First prise. 110 : second prize, f5.
7. Fostr Oared BoatVs Coure from foot of Fort
Street, out through the channel to windward of spar buoy
around spar buoy and back through channel to line be
tween Judge's scow and nag anchored opposste side of
channel. First prise, ; second prize, Entrance
ly. Swimming Raew"-For men : course 150 yards.
First prise, f 10 . seeood prise, $7 ; third prise, !.
9. Swimming Rare. For loysQnds?rsizteeii yesrs:
course 75 yards. First prise. 7 ; seeood prise, . third
prise, f 3 .
10. Whaleboat Raee.--conrse from foot of Fort
6treet, out thr.ogb tbe channel, makal of spar buoy to
winwsrd of bet! buoy, around bell but y and return same
conrse to line between Judge', soow aid na aocUoxed op
posite side of channel. First prise, !5 : second prise l.
h 1 1 : r..:. fees, f - ' -
Entries to be made with S. B. Dole, Esq., on or before
Wednesday, the 10th w0rember.
Sail boau aod row-boats to be entered by name and
colors. Competitors for each race will be assembled by
bugle rail. A pistikl shot will be tnestgnal for starting la
all races ezcept the sail boat race. All row boats to carry
sail boasts to be In position at a quarter before two r. u.
ISd limit as to sail.
SurterU. K. Fyfe. Esq. Judges Oapt, Mclntyre and
Mr. J. T. Charter. Cmplre Capt Smith, Per Order of
43 ' rt M M 1ITK K OF AftR NfiKMKMN.
xew irr of the LAWBCirr. car-
tor- an assortmcot of Nomben received per Ccrioo
andtonalalywbr IAS BOLI.Es x CO.
S50 Reward 2
I OFFER THE ABOVE JIEXTIOXEED RE
WARD for tbe recant to nw of a POCKBT DIARY
for 1874. wblcb (I betters) waa taken from a Wrttins Table
to 07 Bed Room at Kin. 'atria : tbe entering is Black
Morocco, aod It has my name in English and Hawaiian an
Use inside of the cover. Size of Book about three Inches
wale and tVre Inches loof, aod called the 'PACIFIC
CO AST DIARY FOB 1S74."
Honolulu, Oct. i srt. tao-tfj j. i. DowacTX.
REGULAR CASH SALE!
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3d,
At Hair-past A. SI, tsSaaJM Roaaa.
NEW GOODS, CLOTHING
FANCY GOODS, Ac.
n t m i: i. v......
Fins Prists, Mn-liai. Lioaa Drills,
Browa Cottons, Wbita Cottoos, M.rirso,
Vict .ris Lswnt. Silk llao.lkrrehifd,
Remmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harvard Shirt,, Fancj Flanaet OvertOirts.
Tnrkish Towels' for BaOitn?,
Blanket, Whit ShirU. Ataoskaag DaattM,
A- ,, Stripes, Cottan Drill, Brtllisatt,
Fine Tweatl Sunt. Bed QatlU,
Merino sad Ctittm lTildrshirtt,
Felt and Straw lfafs'. Ladies' lloss.
Men's Socks, Bridlss afttt Bits.
Travelinc Bagt, Etc.. Bit., fUo.
Best Brands Kerosene. Card Matches,
Teast Powder, Sardinee,
Soda Craekart, Clctbst Pias, Hams,
Bacon. Caudles. Picklas, Tobscco,
Cigar,. Fine Tea, Oviteri,
ate. ate. ate.
Brown Sugar! Crushed Cugar!
A I m Ex Bark .Mary Belle Boaterts,
50 Bbls. California Lime!
50 Boxes Fresh Apples.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
BEST AN WEALED I1KAM.V FEXtlXti
WINK. We, t. Ti, IV.
GALVANIZED CORRUGATED IRON !
Galvanized Iron Tubing,
1-2 and 34 in.,
Best Hoop I iron J
3-1, and I Inch,
none Shoe walla aad florae Rase.
Booth & Co.'s Best Portland Cement!
Patent suot. I to 13,
Hubbuck's Best White Lead
AI4l Zl"k IMI.1 :
Hubbock's Lamp Black. Venetian Red, Yellow Ochre,
Hubbitcks Red Lead Pattvalo US lb. bladders.
Hubbuck'a Raw aod Boiled Oil, in casks St drums.
TABLE li M V t-S ABD FOBHS,
C Alt V Kits, III ft licit K WIVES,
PtKHLT K.MVES, ate.
AM A8SO BTHENT OF
Best English Saddlery
A LAME ASSORTVf i; r or
Crockery w are!
White Scarlet. Blae l omenta and
Tax Collector's Notice!
DISTKII T OF KOM,
Honolulu.. Ooliu, 1870.
COLLECTION OF TOYS !
V rosjuet Seta, Slates,
Slate Penrlla. ate., dee.
Babw-a Feediaf Battles,
JLAUla Ani) DLUC 1 TT Li L il 0
Gold, B adcaul Blue Waterproof Tueed 1
JAPANESE SILKS I
WOOL BEPS. WOOL SHAWLS,
Men's White Shirts !
Men's colored Hhirra, Bine Jean Shirts,
Men'a Flannelette bblrta, ltegatu Shirts,
Men'a Wool Shirts, aaet'd. colors,
Ao Elegant Assortment ol
Ladies1 Fancy Articles!
White Crtckctinc FUoQel,
Blu sod Hosrtet Flannel. f'awmrf; Prints,
Cretolns Prints, Whit- CoUons,
a Brown Cottons, Hw-ich Domestlra.
XV jail Paper
Hew Patterns and 8tyles.
XX TBA ESAMELEB flOTH FOB CAB
.4 Choice Lot of Fancy Silk and Cotton
and Figured Flannel,
Dlacaaal Twills, tfifard ShirtlavaT, Etc..
Christy's Black and Colored
FELT HATS, NEWEST SHAPES!
Men's 811k Hats and Drab .Shells.
A Larve Variety or LaaUes' Straw Wats, Bear
Style, BTsu'a and Boy". Straw Hals, dec.
Haberdashery and Hosiery!
A LABSE ASSOBTXENT.
Also, a Great Variety of Arti
cles too Numerous to
REMOVAL TO WHARF STORE
Cfcueen ltreet 1
ON FRIDAY, NOV. 6th,
At 12 o'etoek U . wsl ha said.
I HUB War. ..i
J Lars' Mil I "ana. 11 qta.
3 small Mils Carta, 44 nam.
I Milt Measure.
1 Milk r linnet.
FnESEt T3TTTC"1'1TX .
('. s. Il.VKniW, Anctmnaar.
ON WEDNESDAY, : ! NOV. 10th,
At ! O'clock A. W.. will Be ootd
XaOw Of jBtC4ACillBlirllBwaB.
1 I A v mil'.TV OF Blir-DRIEB !
C. 8. BARTOW, AaetloBaar.
AT AUCTION !
By Order of the Eon. Board of Education.
I shall tell at public auction.
On Saturday, November 13, 1875,
At tt 'eteek Waa,
At Cn, front rntrasc of AHUanl Han,
At an Upset Price of $8000
All tbe right, t.-i- ami incrC of h Board of Mocsttloo
In aud to the lanre tract of laod Xnown an (hm
AHUPUAA OF WAIKAPU!
SITUATED I.S THF DISTtUCT n WAIIAtXT,
Ob the lalaatl of Mam. H. I.
Thia aatenalTe aud .ml liable tract nt lan-1. caotraliy locals!
between r nil aad West Maul, comprlaro an area of from
Sixteen to Twenty
Several tboisMott of which la rood arable laad : capable
of profitable colllsatloo for sturar ran aud other aark-tn-roral
prod or ot should a nfrletent water sapply ha at any
time available for Irritation, while a mnch larfer extent
la well adapted for g raainff parpiaaa.
The above property will bs soli, snhlect lo a laaae hav
ing five years yet to run. Title, Buywl Patent.
For farther particulars enquire of the Secretary of the
Board of Education, or
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
Honolulu, A tur. 10th, 1S7S.
BY THE UNDERSIGNED
TONS BEST SMITHS' COAL,
Tons Bast illaaxow Splint 9tean Coal,
Bar Iron, in assorted tiitt.
LIME sTTJICJE CORDIALS !
In 1 dot. csset of the celebrated manataetare of
J0U.N ULM.0X t Co.. OUseow.
AX60 A FmW OF
Smith A Wellstood's
CELEBRATED STOVES and RANGES,
Highly recommended by those who bare tried
them, .till on Hand, aad will bs disposed
of st LOW Rates, to suit the tints.
TAX PATERS IB THIN DISTRICT ABB
hereby notified that the undersitrned will roM
MESOE THE OTIIXrXTfON OF TAXES for current
year, MbataOee in Marine Street. Alennl, oa MOK1MY.
in of Xorember, proximo. And In conformity with Sec
tion Ml of the dvu Code, all persooa Mania to taxation are
hereby required to make Immediate payment of the same.
Office open every tO!tfAY, WEDNESDAY and SAT
URDAY, from 9 a. m., to 4 r. a.
Of). K. LUCE. Tax Collector, Honolulu.
Tax Office. Honolulu. t7th October, lVi. SsJ-lm
CITIZnSs ABB BESIBEBTB OF HONO
LULU, Visiting TrJeada and Straogera canerally art
cordially Invited to attend Public Worship as FORT ST.
CHURCH, where fserriees are hold every stabbarb at 11
o'clock A. 11.. and 7H P. M. Bean are provided for al 1
wao may be pleased to attend. There ia s W ednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at 7H o'clock, la the Lecture
Room, to which all are welcome. 524 ly
Per Ceylon. Direct from Boston,
BJ-rHALEBEBB oAB. FBOBT 10 FEBT TO
ZS feet tossYof the beat quality.
Fir Ella by
BOLLES A 00.
The Following Machinery,
One Sugar Mill. Complete
Til RK K
WESTON'S CENTRIFUGAL MACHINES.
STEAM CLiRIFIEBS, 400 ai4 St Stlh.
DRY GOODS !
Of Various Descriptions,
Per Bark D. C. MURRAY.
Cases Baidssiek's Chsmpagiis,
Cases Assorted Brands Champagne,
Cases HsnnsstT's 1, t asd t Star Braady,
Cssat Assorted Brands Brandy,
Cases Best Claret,
Casta Beat Sooteh Whiskey,
Cases Best Hulland Oia,
Baskets Best Holland Oia, itoae jagt.
Cases Beit Old Tom Oia, Cases Assorted CIsrsts
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hsrmitsge aad Q.F.C.
Casei Beit Pals Sherry,
Cssea Bast Old Port,
Quarter Caika H.nnesiy's Pale Brsady.
Qnartsr Caaks Pals Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
Quarter Caskt Jamaica Rom.
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Qaatts.
Blood, Wolfs A Co's India Pale Ale, ate aad als.
Baas A Co's India Pale Als, pints aad tuaria,
ALSO. JUST RECEIVED PER U 101!
BTEWAB'n XXX WTO IT, in ataoe Jbbb.
QUA BTS ABD Piam
FORT WISE. In S aea, rat aea , sBEIKT Wtsaa
In S oaa. cases,, of mpertaw ojaallty .
f. T. LEMKHAM 4 CO.
THAT VERY trKnlRABf.I I.W KI.LINri AND
Premises. No ISO Xuuaau Avenue, euotainlnc par
Ion, dining sown, hedroaat, BvisWiis rtsom, CBtaa, aad)
elothea i-hsteu on Ural Boot, baa sunt under all ; tana
Itoor. kltrtse-i and pantry rr.unsrted a,w
boose, itabfe, fowl house, Ac., iu order, .tapir So
Aug ia.-ets if 1. it. WOOD.
AIM) tats cottage am jii mini isjglanig, aHh aU
roeaas, anyswu, oainruaat, asnaas room, aasre I
taase. aaf carriage Booaa
MARY BELLE ROBERTS 1
A I. A HUE AMOBTKEBT OP
Ladies Fane, Articles I
New Fancy Silks!
akc aVc, aVe aTte.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
Mm LATFI.r aaiw l Ufa
by Mr H. M. Carter. altuaMd at Us. sorasr of flier.
Walk aad Pancboowi so. T.. nBm riven hxtsaa-
diately. Apply at the
m "n BAsaTHAL'B OPs-sCB,
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
AN rWBEB of Km sat the ta II. A OK AtH 4
FLAntH, Bvoashi iIIbwii diss BnnBiBiininsn na
for Sale at isaamsUi prices Por Banna aad other BgrB
iaiw euouifoof tu Bra) a. at DOLE-
mm A 7EBT OrBwB
BSlS CUB 171 PLACE, at
I By charM.
JABSa A LEBQW.
mn trroBE Be 75. Kl btbbbt.
B. is lie araw ytwanaraw 1st. swr
Hoooloiu. Oct. 11th, UK. tSi-tm" 8- 9