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AN INDKPKXDKNT JOVENAI.,
T-EVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
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issressrs, frxwa His Excellency tin- run-
eaanMaxwseherehv positively fortsi.ldea i
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Oak. R. LIVE, Roe "sjpervisor
ri ltLISIir.il AND EDITED BY
B K N B V M. WIIITNE7.
WEDFBHDAY, NOV. 10.
Tnr. anniversary of the birth of our Sove
reiirn Kin,;, takes place .n Tuesilay next, when
he will lie .i! years of age. His M aj MTY will
receive the diplomatic anil consular corps at
10 o'clock. From 11 till 12 he will receiveso
rictios and individual citizens, the reception
closing promptly at the latter hour. At 2 r.
K. the lioat races will commence, when there
will no doubt be fun for all, old and young.
These national holidays have always been
very jiopulxr with Hawaiians, and the coming
day will doubtless be as much so as any
previous. We trust, however, that the habit
of indulging in intoxicating drinks, too com
mon on such occasions mav be discouraged
by all who have inlluence and authority in
1 .4 Ik.
fSxta txaat t ti rim; my sussertee from
IXsL W. F AUt'n wilt art an (iutrmur
i. Ih.iiim. ilr.venior of Oahu.
aim. rsos.-wauer 1. UC.V
TweeBXa' . tlx MO NowaaWi n. It- I seine tor Birthday of
He- Maw-Sly the Kmc. will be alnm-al a a tsauonal II. lib
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w. 1. M.il.HOJCI A. Minister of Hie Interior,
rtsflar. Oct. ZCCk 187. .
Tut roBmrtnr presxsoa ke-r laeen a preen tee; Merntsers I
of Use Tax Apr-su kanl.
Ik max ilaJ.tr- w ith tbr Art of
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7'aaM 1 W ItssaoDiakx
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(uxi Waawiissls T
Can a- STaun
!i Poaey, Atlttkajex.
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I Ikil 1 1 M N Nauka.ua.
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1 Kua, Kkttx.
J ICO. g. W A I.atEK,
SCT. lat. ICTi. M irikrior of Fiiuuxv.
Laibt I.i. i n-. Ixpirixxii in ol cxxi
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-hxrrl Stn. Honolulu.
:r St, HuttollllD.
ad NutuuiuHU, Hon.
rmuix St, Hooululu.
Tun frerjucnt and Rinliien deaths of not only
natives but foreigners, attributable, in part or
oi wholly, to the use of ardent drinks, carries
with it a lesson which ought to be heeded
tlvd mm trill kill, in this country at least.
While many in colder climates can and do
habitually use stimulating drinks, from youth
to old age, without apparently any injurious
effects, here, no person can do so without
undermining his health, and laying the foun
dation for heart disease, aneurism, or some
of the mnn3' causes of sudden death. Especially
is this true of the natives, who do not possess
the strong system, muscies and nerves of the
more hardy foreigner. When such men as
prominent natives and citizens whom we might
name, with robust constitutions, wilt and die
suddenly under the influence of strong drink
who of their comrades are proof against it ?
His Exckllkxcy Elisha H. Ai.lkx will
leave for Washington in the ontgoing mail
steamer, under the same appointment which
he held last winter Minister Plenipotentiary
and Envoy Extraordinary. That the presence
of a representative of this government will be
needed there at the opening of the next ses
sion of CongrcsR, there can lie no doubt. We
have urgjed the return of both of the gentlemen
who were 6o successful on their previous
mission. Tin's, however, has been considered
Death of the Aitornry- Weneral.
His Excellency Kichard EL Stanley, who has
filled the office of Attorney-General since
May 1874, died at his residence in Hotel street
j on the Sth instant, after in illness of three
weeks. He came to these islands in 1S58 from
' Sacramento, California, where his wife now re
I sides. His father resides in New York, and
he had relatives living also in Brooklyn and
Chicago. His funeral was attended on Monday,
and his remains, under a military escort, were
taken to Xuuanu Cemetery where they are de
posited in a tomb awaiting the instructions of
his relatives in America. At a Privy Council
held on Monday at lolani Palace, the following
resolutions were unanimously adopted and or
dered published :
Wxnttti. IUrliarJ Henry Stanlry. Hit MJrtyI Attomry
General, nud a menilajr of lliii Priey C.mnril, dw.-eaed at
ht resilience iu tliii rily, on Friday the &tb of thix present
Krvlved. That dttrlrij; hit rwiJenCe of lixteen yrtrx. in
this oinntry. the defeased tras dislinaaihed 1st his ludus-
trv and c!...e ap.licati,m lo business.
'jltjulrrd. That Mr. StAiilry's devMlon lo those interests
rtiRiiuitted tn his rhxret. and his devotion to his l.nslness,
dntfea. whether as serrrtary to the Assembly f.-r many years.
or. as Attorney General, srxs sxetuplary and woitliy M Ike
imitation of xll.
Krsclrrd, That the Members of this Cmucil aaaksfkkil
death ami sincerely sympathise with hit relatives and his
other near friends.
Mrtnlretl, That the Members of this Council wear the
Lui! badpe of mourning tor thirty ilxya.
1 . ' i ' ' That these llesolntiotis be entered on the re
cords .f this Count il, and a copy ol thetn be sent to the news
patssrs eelabliabed In this city, with a rssaaaal thai they pub
lish lb axute. C. II. Ji t ; Secretary.
Trouble ou Shipboard.
The United States Consul, Dr. Scott, has had
before him the crew of the American ship
(iatherer, who complain of bad treatment at
the hands of the first and second officers. So
far as we can learn no complaint is made
sgainst the Captain. The result of the investi
gation has been a compromise by which the
crew receive their discharge from the ship, as
we learn, in a way that entails no expense upon
the ship and owners. The gist of the evidence
is that the two officers named have been in the
habit of using bad language to the crew, cuf
fing them with their hands, kicking them at
times, and sometimes using a belaying pin by
way of emphasis. We heard a gentleman re
; mark that he happened to be on the wharf when
! the ship was making fust to the dock, and heard
: the officer who was superintending the shore
' gang call the men " whelps." This is all
j wrong. We have had sonic little experience at
i sea, and well remember the difference of service
of the crews who were spoken to decently,
called by their proper names, and those who
have been used to epithets and cuffs. We hear
captains remark that sailors have degenerated
since their day as sailors. We maintain that
by others whose judgment carries more weight j bMoth i( dDtttlted, have become so by the
than ours, as quite unnecessary. Wc hope thcy
will prove correct ; and tltat the legislation
now required to consummate the treaty may
be promptly adopted. It will certainly be a
h:ippr iTTTmnktlTTfl of what has thus far been
skilfully and honorably executed, witli credit
to America and Hawaii.
XI Akuug. rfluoliua. ntio.
f 3 T Waaciliousr. Qu.-exi frit, Honolulu.
tnrii ft lUnau, Watxkcx, RDo.
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dn Isexvx. Ksxua Hiil.iv
i an IWrre. Korea, i tali a.
No So. IIooolr.lt!.
v..-u. No. H dt U, Honolulu.
Dbfra. No. 3 st 24. Honolulu,
i. No. (V, Uoooluiu.
ins lxsei-c No. vc. Ilrmolulu.
rihl. No. 17. Honolulu.
aTaiienlai No. I. Honolulu.
-aLssow als.os,aioa. No . 40 1 1. Honolulu.
-Kaniakau. No. 42. Honolulu.
-Masiot-: Si-ix. No 41, Honolulu.
-Axuliunn. Ixtbatnx. Maul.
. Afaxna Hapa: I'unaiioa. Illio, HxwaiL
-J sunn. 1 Wits Honolulu.
I T - A to Crone.
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With a view lo make the (iazettk more
acceptable to its patrons, we have socured the
services of a lively and chatty European cor
respondent, whose familiar style and initials
can be recognized by most readers. The sec
ond of her letters appears in to-day's paper,
and though her notes of what she sees and
hears are necessarily brief, they will prove
doubtless acceptable to all. It is prolablc
that she will visit the principal countries of
Europe, and perhaps go to Egypt and the
Holy Land. But wherever her letters may
lie dated, and whatever scenes may le describ
ed in them, they will prove readable.
An item, indicating the steady increase of
travel on the steamer, is the number who took
passage on her last week. She left here with
50 cabin passengers and took on 8 more at way
ports; also took from here 1U8 deck passen
gers, and 71 way deck ditto in all 300 on the
trip up. Returning she bad 33 through and
II way cabin passengers, with los through
dock, and 14 way deck passengers. In all
109 returning passengers. Making 4C9 pas
sengers for the round trip. This goes to con
firm what wc have always held, that a commo
dious steamer will stimulate travel, and this
in turn stimulates business, as all our
merchants and traders can bear witness.
Fsxtslic Water md Public Honda
In this connection we may state that a sur
vey has lately been held on the steamer Ki
lauco, the details of which have not transpired.
We learn, however, that one result of the ex
amination has been, to show that the steamer
cannot be repaired except at a very large out
lay, both on her hull, lioilers and machinery,
which will of courso necessitate a lengthy in
terruption in her service. Bumor says S70
000 is the smallest snm needed to make the
Kilauea what she should lie. Theonly alterna
tive, therefore, will be to commence the con
struction of a new steamer as soon as possible.
Her hull can be built here as well, as cheaply
and as speedily as anywhere, if done by con
tract, and can be made ready for the machine-
t saf xrxter rate and M.rk.t rent,, and paying - " "JO '"" uc
ike at orssr u the Interior Department. So lung which we hope may be done here also. This
"tker;,L7, -1 coBimcnced with-
out uetay. in six or eigni mourns, a new uoat
will be needed.
Vt. Eftirot : Tbe ptwiUon of Superintended of
Witter karixy- becooxe vaca-it by the demise of iu
late oeettput, it teems an opportune moment to tug-re-l
that his iucceesor be instructed to extend hi:
rm i meat up tke Xaaaasa valley, for tbe purpose
ef at. ! laoxrag after the tippiy of water, bat ill
purity, mad for tbe purpose of preventing loll to the
taxi-aver, and annoyance, and
nreoii-nce to those doing buei- i
asaass arer tke valley road.
W hairier the inetructionf of that officer may bare ,
tamax kesxtotore. ate stasias to bare considered his
outsat fulfilled, daring a large portion of tbe year,
by eixkBlT looking after the income from the con-
or water ta learn, confining his personal :
dit r bis cbic! clera' tn tbe collec-
degeneracy of those who command them.
" Like master, like man n has its force on ship
board as well as in other occupations.
Much has been said and written, and much
legislation has been brought to bear on this
matter of the abuse of seamen, and no doubt
with some success; but wc arc of the opinion
that better results would obtain if owners
were made to feel the effect of abusive officers
through their pockets. S-v sure as an officer
has the reputation of being costly by reason of
the expense consequent upon the discltarge of
old and shipment of new crews, so surely
owners will think twice before they engage
such men. Many a ship has been fired or
bored by a crew who could Sua no other
means of righting their wrongs. Owners and
underwriters have lieen taxed hundreds of
thousands of dollars through the agency of
brutal officers, where disaster has been attrib
uted to dangers of the seas.
During a recent trip to San Francisco on the
British steamer City of Melbourne, returning
on the Vasco de Gama, we noticed that not an
oath was heard on either ship by any passen
ger, and so quietly was the ship governed,
that not an order from any officer could be
heard, either fore or aft. Another noteworthy
fact was the temperate habits of the captain
and officers of both these ships, neither spir
its,cigars nor tobacco were indulged in by them,
at least while on duty, which demonstrates
that stimulants are not always necessary ac
companiments of a sea voyage. As a natural
consequence, the utmost order and cleanliness
were observed on both ships, while every sea
man knew his place and performed his duties
Tho American Consul deserves commenda
tion for the patient bearing that ho has given
the complainants on board the Giitlierer.
Htm it happens that between town and the source
f wa'e- whseh rapplK-f it, there is a perfect net-work
i l leading water from the Xuuanu stream,
4 through lh Taller in every direction,
re. ketareea town nod head water of the ral- j
ecu twratr aad thirty culverts and bridx-es.
: tbe water of auwai'i and t-i reams across the
Nattxiu road. At tbe head of each auwai a dam ii
- the bed of the Xuuanu river, or the head
I.ntrland nnil 'btno.
The threatened trouble bctweer these two
nations has by no means been settled, but has
been referred to London for adjustment. It is
uwai ii awa.de lower than the river bed, xo 1 well known that the bearing of the Chinese,
ah u fMM and the M the lowest. . government towards foreigners since the ac
there is will run into the auwai : and I . . .
is bat moderately acarce, much solicitude cession oi tlic present Jsmperor is different from
I tkwxstkin a constant lupply for tbe kalo what it was fni-morlv Pi-inr-o oTnoo. aarWo -
i will aralcb their xuwai'f all night to oh- , , , , , -
nap!, of water, bat if there comes a heary '"rmeny piemier ana eollgnt to establish a
aut.ut night, or day, it ii made neither tbe ! liberal policv with foreien nations, hasi Wn
. wUlereit, of ... 0.4 h aiw the water , ... . . . . , . . . ,. . ,
us auwai s and tend it down it! Dv' """" "" l"" " "lawiuei, many -
the c .nseaaence is, each aawai is ' counselled Viceroy Li Huntr Chanrr who is
X.Msas vo eiarasaiax i tvia sac rivn, cu leis across
I auwai s along its sides, become choked
at.d sticks, tbe water rum into and
often doing much damage in a eery
supposed to have signalized his command of
tho Chinese armies by breach of faith at the
capture of Su-Chu. This man, although not
the nominal Viceroy of the empire, is Viceroy
of the home provinces and real ruler of the
imperial councils. His spirit is manifest every
wherea spirit bitterly hostile to foreigners.
Since ho came into power there have occurred
the massacre of Mr. Margary, insults innume
rable to foreign residents iu the treaty ports,
trade has been placed under new andjvexatious
exactions, treaty clauses have been set at
Vat but years pa.pt the Koad Supervisor of this
aaa exxUed to perform the duties ol lax
I : the Bmtv polis. whether beexuse he is
I tkeoaty swaa in tbe district competent to
1 the dalies of these two ofioes, or for better
, I turn kot aware, bat, it is very evident to tbe
ksxwh ia tkeei l and practice, that on, mac can-
Ba4 wwH sat naa d at bis tvmce in Aienai. and look torop-
exwT xwkjxc reads, xhsxthes, extireru, bridgea, gutters
aasl tkaxr oawtacu, at the sxas time, ever this Island,
ixwvall as it is The reeavll is. that during the fall and
w so tar oaths, when we expect and hare our heaviest
his gar wings and gone again into the chrjxalii state j naught, redress has been almost impossible :
aw Asta rexwawi from Nor. te April ; setter, are i exacting pretensions of an intolerablv tyran
aJioared ic CU ep. cell crts kcglected. and ditto, until : .? , . , . , "
eeeae ntorning tbe scattered road gang is mustered ta j nous klud a Unblushing encroachments on
kext. with ptmM, aa aaasuoexal force of prlaoaen, treaty privilegea have become the order of the
te eajerd psarfaaps hendreda of the people s .lullarx ia 1 . ... ... ,, , . . . ,
reajsxwwxg xVaexage te. aad readeriag passable a piece j Vsbiw feeling of dread and insecurity has
of itxwt gesext Ue dxy before, and rtieh trifling : spread abroad among foreign residents
j'iru' P " strenuously preparing
fcaxM asaawi. tor war, and lias borrowed money of the com-
7T"'-UVb' tfrt 'd tSJ", ! Placent foreigners to arm his forts, and to fit out
vkask ihiiH be hi charge and ander the uperrjit,n' 1 Davy, of which China has now quite a strong
ef aawaw4itw.ls being iron-clads.
Usaa koth Ixsu xalarsea . for many years pail, which - , , ... . .. .
i, Bax osxIt en aatuh money abaolutely wasted, bat tbe Still, all the British ships in Asiatic waters,
cost wf repwurs ia such eases is money ukes from what , available for the purpose, have been ordered
tmmm m 9 Tvii-attiDf, c-i nwu iiuj'rv.ctaivxin.
mo frwwfi Ibc delrimcnt ud
vUc tnrelicg public of
to rendezvoufl at Chiaa ports, and will donbU
less bo prepared for prompt action, if required.
The tLirent i entcnnlul.
In almost every foreign paper which wc open
we see some reference to Jhe coming Centen
nial exposition at Philadelphia, as destined to
be the great attraction of 1676 for the whole
world. Nearly every country is making exten
sive preparations for it, and among them Japan
seems determined to take a conspicuous placo
if not the lead. We hope Hawaii will not be
found wanting on the occasion, though we hear
but little of wliat is being done. Government
has promptly voted five thousand dollars to pay
the cosi of preparing and fopvarding whatever
may be furnished for exhibition. Dut besides
this, it will be necessary to have some efficient
and active agent to be present during the whole
term of the exhibition to look after Hawaiian
products, for their reception, opening, exhibi
tion and final disposition. If this le not done,
there may be great loss to the exhibitors, as the
! rules aro very stringent. We insert some
of these below, that our readers may be pos
I ted, and to show the necessity of having a re
) sponsible agent on the spot d tiring the whole
j six months. The time is now rapidly drawing
near when tho articles to be exhibited should
be en route to tnetr destination. Januarys is
the day when the reception begins.
It will also be well if a list of those who pro
pose to go to Philadelphia from this group can
be prepared, so as to show to the steamship
and .railroad directory what travel may be ex
pected, and enable it to decide what reduction
in fares can be allowed to those who go. We
understand that a liberal concession will be
made for through tickets to Philadelphia and re
1. The Exhibition will open at Philadelphia on
May 10, and close on Norerober 10, 1676
2. No charge fur epace oor lor a limited quantity
of lean3 and water power.
3. Reception of articles begins January 5. 1876,
and ends April 19, 1876. No articles received after
4. Unoccapicd space forfeited April 26, 1876.
5. Good for exhibition to be considered aa bonded
and exempt from ciistrOoa duties.
6. All noxious and explosive substances aVe pro
hibited. 7. Exhibitor?, or iucb agents aa they may dedt(g
nate, shall be responsibltt lor tbe receiving, and un
packing, and arrangement of objects, aa well as tor
their removal at the close of the exhibition.
8. The transportation, receiving, unpacking, and
arranging of tbe products for exhibition will be at
the expense of tbe exhibit ur.
9. If no authorized person is at band to receive
goods on their arrival at the exhibition building,
they will be removed without delay, and stored at
tbe cost and risk of whomsoever il may concern.
10. loimediately after the close of tbe exhibition.
Nov. 10, exhibitors shall remove their effects, and
complete such removal before December 31, 18713.
Goods tben remaining will be removed by tbe Director-General
and toll for cxj eiuei, or otherwise
disposed of under tbe direction of tbe Commission.
European Correspondence Ho. 2,
IdOiDoiti September, 1875.
Dear Gazettb I think in my former notices of
cathedrals. I made no mention of the wonderful ef
fects of echo in the singing. The great bailslngi are
nearly empty, the singers and- aadianee are in and
near the choir, and you, perhaps, are far away in the
nave, where you cannot catch the words. Then the
swett, plainttre minors of the responses by tho boys,
are wafted to you from artfh and dome and fretted
ceiling, till yon fancy that the pictured saints around
and above are softly breathing the strains. Tho or
gan tones liDger about you, baking fatot interlude,
till a new response brings a freih gush of ound, and
once more begins the exquisite harmony of the boy's
higher paits. and the rich bass that accompanies
them. It is something touching and tender beyond
description, and fills a listener with a " sweet melan
choly " from which be unwittingly rouses to go out
from dim, music-haunted aisles into a glare of sun
chine, and the confusion of the thoroughfares.
Whatcrer be one's form of worship at home, !f he
has any, it is. no doabt, hU experience in travel that
he enjoys attending the forms to which be ts unused.
But, itftcr all the luxury of uch experience, and we
had it twice a day for several days, it didseem home
like to get into a "dissenting" congregation again
and hear an earnest prayer poured out from the pas
tor s own heart, and suited to the known, present
wants of tho people, and to join in singing
" Sweet hour uf Prayer," and " Come ye that lore
That was at Spurgeon's Tabernacle, and was fol
lowed by au excellent, practical sermon, delivered
distinctly, and without apparent effort, in tones that
reached every one of his 7.000 bearers. We sat qnite
behind, but lost not a word. Think of the singing of
that uiaM of people ! They are led by a precentor,
who stands on tbe pulpit platform, which is on a level
wi'.h the first gallery, without an instrument, without
The pastor gives oat the number oT the hymn, and
reads a stanza which is sung, tben another, aud so on,
singing and reading after the old-fashioned way of
It would have been interesting to watch that great
audience struggling out of tbe dorf but wo did nut
wait. We wcie spared tho m h. as we got out among
Spurgeon is a lohusMooking man, with a full voice,
and a familiar manner iu the pulpit. When be gives
out a hy.un, " Come friends," says he, " let us haro
some singing. The last was a hymn of devotion, now
let us have the 91st, a right joyful song of praise.
Quick and lively, as soon as I have read a verse, be
I confess with all due admiration for congrcgationa'
singintr, it is apt to drag, and there was reason for
He is eminently a preacher for the masses. His
easy manner of coming forward and leaning over tbe
pulpit railing ; his ch. ice of common phrases and prov
erbs, os "lookout," "mind what you're up to,"
" not a bit of it' and " fine feathers do not make fine
birds ; " bis use of funny anecdotes and illustrations
make him popular with such an audience ; and he,
doubtless, in connection with bis helpers, does them
much good. His church and congregation number
5,000 and he may well exclaim, as when I heard him,
" liow cau J be pastor to my 5,000 people ? Von innst
cume up to tbe help, and be pastors with me, of one
It is impossible to give any idea of the scenes and
incidents of travel in any short space of time, much
less to give an idea of the varied impressions produ
ced on the mind of tbe traveler.
One very pleasant conviction grows on me the long
er I remain in Kngland of the bonet-ty of the people
an honcrty that is, at lca.-t in country place,, as
where one is allowed to saunter unwatcbed about rich
men's grounds, that is, I say, above suspicion of
others. Even in London you are trusted if respect
able looking. Tbe other day we were in haata after
an early breakfast, and the waiter was not quite ready
to make change for us. Our faces were known, we
had breakfasted two or three times at the satuoplaca,
so we returned to say : " We arc in baste for a train,
will it do as well to pay to-morrow morning ? " " Oh,
certainly," was the answer, and we hurried away to
our train, which might have been to tbe remotest end
of Oreat Uriuio, for aught the waiter knew I
There is an odd sensation, too, in buying a pair of
thread gloves for 9 cents that you would give . i for
in Honolulu, and reading bills of fare for 25 cent din
ners all along the streets, that would cost 75 cents in
the Eastern States.
It is well to cjaie to England when one bas " run
through" his wardrobe, that be may hero replenish it.
One also replenishes his knowledge of tbe English
language among a people who possess and do go many
mure things than the Americans. I cannot help wish
ing every day that I was in company with an Eng
lishman who anewcr tbe score of questions
about manners and things, new aud old, that I wish to
Another new experience is finding your way about
a thoroughfare that is in ono part called a road, then
a street, and then something else, very likely; Brat
Uxbridge road, for instance, then Oxford street, then
Holborn and High llolborn Ac. As tothenumbering,
that is dire confusion, all on one side are among the
three or four hundreds, perhaps, and those right op
posite among the teens, and probably if you go around
a little alley at tha back of a bouse you find the same
number on tbe rear as on the front. And one is con
stantly stumbling on to queer places unexpectedly, of
which I might say more, and may perhaps in another
The sudden coming upon a would-reuounced spat
when you were not expecting it, during tbe intreate
winding of 'bus ride, is a surprise that awaits one
every day in a new city. You pass the Old Bailey,
or some commemorative tower, or you even get into
Billingsgate, as I did, not long ago, though not by
'bus, for there are none there.
We inquired our way from tbo Tower to London
Bridge of two officers at a corner. The younger one
began to direct us a roundabout way, when the elder
interrupted, and pointed out the " nearest way," and
as we started off we thought wo overhead a little dis
cussion going on between them. When I found my
self in Billingsgate, I admired tbe politeness of tbe
younger officer who could not have sent a lady
through such a "nasty" lane, but was delighted,
notwithstanding, 'bat the older one has interfered,
and got us into a plaee that I should not have taken
time to searrh out. I own that I also found pleas
ure, not only in seeing, but in hearing some Billings
gate about " he said he'd mash my head," and " I'd
kill him dead for it in a minute." I was afraid I'd
be " killed dead " ale, in the slippery, dirty lane full
of enormous drays just grazing by each other, and of
bales of goods descending on lo your sidewalk frnm
unknown heights. I always say to myself in such
places ; -'It is in this way tnat people get killed,
and I feel for my pocket dhiry with my name and
friends, addresses, so as to assure myself that they
will bear of my " death by a bale of goods," if it hap
pens. The fish market itself is well worth seeing, it is
shady and eool, and full of stalls of beautifully color
ed fish, and von aro civil. v treated, and do not re
s-ret vi.nr aili-fnitiirft. notwilhstardintr vour freitrhti
about drays, and boxes, and rough passers outside.
We have been twice to Hyde Park. It Is not " the
season," even though Parliament was belated, and
hastened incontinently at the last to get prorogued in
time for the opening of grouse shouting, the 12th
August. Poor Plimsoll bad a hard fight of It to se
cure his measure in the hurry for the hunt ; but be
came off by an apology on his side for the storm he
made in the honse, and by a compromise on the other
side, to satisfy him and tbe public about his pet bill
to secure protection to the lives of fen men, in the
matter of eorrect inspection of unseaworthy ships.
But Parliament got through at last, and now, not
withstanding the 3,000,000, people left in London,
" everybody is out of town, and " there is nothing
We do not, indeed, see the great show of aristo
cratic riders in tbe Park ; but we see a beautiful ex
tent of miles of lawn and flowers, lake and fountains,
and noble trees, with seats everwbero, and pleasant
looking people sitting on them, or strolling about.
Beyond tbe trees in one direction we see the Royal
Albert Hall, and near it, tho monument to tbe late
Prince Consort : in another direction we have Buck
ingham Palace, in St. James' Park, from whence, on
state occasions, tbe queen always take her departure
with great pomp and eeremony, and, near that, a
colossal statue of the Duke of Wellington on horse
back. When you tbink to cross the Park oa foot to one or
another of these objects, you find them far away;
but your path is too attractive to seem long, and you
do not feel tired till yon tee jast the seat you wish in
front of tbe bemtiful Albert memorial, "By the
Queen and her people in memory of tbe beloved.
It is a lofty spire of marbles and gilded decorations,
surmounting a domed canopy, beneath which lies a
sarcophagus of precious marbles. The canopy is sup
ported by columns of costliest marbles, and tbe ex
terior decorations are sculptures in alto-relievo of ail
tbe great men of tbe world, of past and present times.
At each of tbe four corners of the stucture is a group
of colossal figures, each group representing a grand
division of the world. America is characterised by
the bison or buffalo as a prominent figuge, and some
of tbe representative maidens surrounding the animal,
bold ears of Indian corn in tbeir bands.
Tbe approach to this elegant and brilliant stric
ture is by long flights of atone steps, a fligkt for each
of the four tides. Alter mounting them ana Is in
front of tbe lentptnres, and may study tbto at leis
ure, and touch them if ha will.
As an aside here, writing of touching, reminds me
of the politeness used lo all public, printeel requests
about buildings, not to handle, nor walk about du
ring service, nor to smoke, etc.
It is not, " No smoking," " No loud talking," but
" Visitors are requested not to smoke, and to us
their endeavors to prevent the bringing of fir into
the building, "-or "Please do not deface tbe waits."
Especially is this so in tbe country towns. I was
amused to tee that a little of tbe western peremptory
ness Bad infused itself into London mildness.
The Royal Albert Hall is large building only a
few steps from tbe hast of the memorial. It is in
tended lor the use ot the nobiiity and upper ten, and
is said to prove a failure, for after all, public amuse
ment appeals mainly to tbe masses, and the hall is
too far at the West Rod to be easily reached by trdU
nary people, and is never filled by aristocracy, and is
comparatively seldom, used. " Tbe design was sug
gested by the late Priuce Consort, and the first stone
was laid by Her Majesty, the Queen. May 29, IHS.
It is in the furra of an ancient circus, but roofed over,
and surmounted by a dome, formed of huze iron ribs
ingeniously supported. It U -00 ft. iu length, and
175 ft. across, and holds 15.000 persons. The organ
is ont if the largest in tbe world." It was opened
with much " pomp and circumstance" in 1 S7 1 . n. r. c.
For Portland, Oregon.
THE NKWTV-OOPPERU BARK
a MATTIE MACLEAY,
J I I.. J. WALTER If ASTER.
WILL HAVE QUICK DISPATCH FOR THE ABOVE PORT
;ht and I'nssacf
itACKPnr.n t co..
F1 or? Bremen.
Till: Al HAWAIIAN BAKK
R. C. WYJLIE, s&
U. WOIsTERS. H AS l'l.K,
Will have Uuick Dispatch for the above Port
For Freight or lxsaaffe, apply to
583 31 11. ItALKfKr.D A CO.. Agents.
For San Francisco
THE FIXE AMKUICAN DAHK
M Mary Belle Roberts ! M
CAPT. L. C. GREY,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port
ttff" First ctO!s occommottatlons for Passengers In 1st
and 2d Cbln, anil ftfattftttgai
For Freight or r..- ,- . apply to
XI 34 U. HACKFELD CO., Agents.
PACIFIC MML STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE KPLEXDID STEAMSHIP
SII At' Ki'OBD, V APT A IS.
will Xjoavo Honolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
Connecting at Kandavn with Coropsny's stoanipr for
AUCKLAND, N Z., POUT CH AI.MKKS, and Intermediate
On or about the 16th November.
For Prelftht and Pa.iiav, and further information, apply
to MS H. .IACKFELI) A CO., ..gems.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A, S. . Co.'s Fine Steamship
"MI KAD O
Al r il V F. .liitilt E.
WILL SAIL for SAN FRANCISCO
Oa or abanl .Kov. 13th.
All freight Intended fur s.lilpni-nt per aVtexwnerX elthr-r to
San Francisco ur till. Columns will bo rocelri-cl In tbe
Steamer Warehouse Free of Silornsc.
The Agent will give a Wnrehousi'-Ki ceipt for all Mer
chandise but will not he responsible for ton. br lire,
fsflT For Frelirlll and PfiMBsssre. or a".v further Infor
mation, apply to
O. BttEWKB sigwBlsa.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A. S. N. Co's Fine Steamship
IYI ACCREG OR !
H. GRAINGER, COMMANDER,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W
On or about .ov. lfJils.
AM lYpfglit intended for Shipment per Steamers either to
-..ii FnuielAi?o or tne Colonies will be received In the
s.-hiiht Warehoute Free of Storage.
The Ag-enia will given Warphmirte-Iterelpt for all Mer
chandise, but will not be responsible for loss by Ore.
to Sydney, New
en- For .'relit hi and I'swia-
'-aluii'l .hi i Mt'Itxiurui', ft.ppy to
5 . IIKKU'KR A Co
AND WAIMEA !
THE' KC HOOX E R
WW have regular dl. patch for the above named Porta?
no and after the 5th of November next, until further notice
Freight and Paxsogu taken at the Lowest lutes.
ill BOIXKH A CO., Agenta.
Monday, Nov llth, s p m
Monday, Nov 29tb, 3 p m
Monday, Dec Sth, 5 p m
Monday. Dec i 6 pi
Wednesday, Pec t2d, 5 pm...
Monday, Dec 27th. 5 p m
t I I MASTER.
circuit of Haswai
Circuit of Kxuxl
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW GOODS !
.T XJ T I E O E I V J : i :
Ex "Clara Bell," "Mary .Belle RobertC and "Cejk, '
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely,
rhauapwsn tee Cream ri'sssaere.
xTflk swifter. OTWtee 8Sssw Panax
Pi i as.1 d Saurepaea. Itoend Balls ra,
MUX "trasaera. ' ulVrsders. prsrie Ki Ills ax
tsewi Paaa. Drwskhns; I nwa, aliens r..4xasaaaxav
Plerred I jutles. -l:mm.r.. riaaxxwsaae.
.shallow ana I seep afawpaxaa. aawaw l a si sax
Cax- pan.. Iee xn. shallow Ft. jsai a.
Tubs..! W(a4i ifiswf pafe.exwaa, lew Y'swas.
PW ptataa, nraas.! and iaXa Ms .as
Msiear rhts. Mate. ssaSVa. xaaswawaaa,
Dtx-atpeua. Meal Hasspi 4 SXW-rsav
Covered Pal ax Hassdhsd nriadaaww,
TeUeCtaaXw. PosM Hatha, firt asaj W SisW aaaaaxss.
taxwa Boxes. Hxrtl Casjve asxd llssala, Saws Traaaxwa,
Tea and Cistfe. wniiasssri. Craters. Xarws Laaaawa.
K nife Trays, ( ham her PatK Twxwssst Mat Raws,
Orary s irate. rs, ISi.atlasj Pets. BwSe rwxsav
Coffee Mills, Something New!
A laws' 1 1 let as way ways, as wsas.
PollshlataT Irsasa for I,SaHaUj I ss,
KaMser Hawse. Bell ar-
assafcer Reltlws J. I at 1 !w.
Law- t its, .. Cases
IMBr AM fSWfl SWaaWW wwaBBBBaaaa- mxf JjW
Downer's Kerosene Oil!
IwhI rai and OMBXvWJ Vsax.
- -- staa-1 spatdaa. saaiT.aa.asal laarl
Pari. Plow Handles. Ueams Ponta. Eale Plows. Handles. Beam, a Poind, el I las
Ox Bowes, wslanlrn Hone. Patent Km Trsxpw. A
GrtftdStnoe eod Fixtures, Horse and Mnle .hoes. none Nails.
Boat Nails, Cut Nalla, Wrot' Nails, Boat Plveta. Boat arret.
a Ts--.-iTi T.lne of Builders TTard
Paints. Oils, Varnishes, Toapentlne. Brushos. all kinds. Broom. , Pxuut Axxvx, steel xaxst tress.
Common Axle, -steel and Iron, Carriage Sprlnrx, Bolts, Ac.. Ac. Ae.
All the above Goods and a great many more mUek time xd tpace tcill not ptrmi
us to mention,
Can be had from the Undersigned at satisfactory Prices.
23 Jail and examine for yowraelve.
565 sm DILLINGHAM & Co.
NhW AD VERT I s E M B N TS.
J. T. WATERHODSE
rpRE.ni: i is i kt
If X '
m.ut of Ilenr.
dav uf Nnvem
bate conn, an
IKNliKl.i.isr .,( H
ln lime f ir pnsbate of Will axwl
noitee ofth ssbne.
purportaoxT to bat to xwat swat I
3L. O. "W
BUST A.E4LEI DBAW.V I'E.MIM.
WINE. ir. I, 3. ti.
GALVANIZED CORRUGATED IRON!
Galvanized Iron Tubing,
1-2 and 3-4 in.,
Best Hoop Iron !
.1-1. 7-8, and I lufli.
Horse slios- Nasi la isml Uorsxe shoes.
Booth & Co.'s Best Portland Cement!
I -II tent Sli.it. I to 13.
Hubbuck's Best White Lead
A?ii P tl.'T!
Uubhucx's Lamp Black, Venetian Bed. Yellow Ochre.
llubhucka Bawl Lutxd Putty. In US lb. bladder.
llubbut-k's Kaw and UolIedUil, 111 casks A druma,
TABLE I, M I S AMD FORK).
CAIIVKK-S), Bl T4 lll'.R KMX I S.
PIK'Hirr KM VH, atr.
AN AflMOHTMKNT OF
Best English Saddlery
A LARUE l-llitni 1M' OF
I. ii rbrtha-m.l
the issuance uf leuesw teatansewnary us Pa . .H ausai aasa
WlUiam L. lirven. havlna; bee. tied try Was. L. laraas.
Il al kerrby ordVred. thai HON l , Y. tax XM Axy sst
NOVKMBKK. A. !. ISTi. al 14 u'rhark x w . ml sal lai
at tbe i nurt Koom of sasd I nun. In Honssloln. sake. H. I .
he, and tk. aaane la. keietsy app-lntaal Ike tlaaa. fhe fsssvassj
sax. I will and bearing sakl appllratisus vssa assal wkeee assy
and the araotltiaT of 1
.xn.1 It 1 further
suhserlbiue- wltnnasrs to aaid will, aaa to Use aetra sat laws
t.-stator Id rlonmln to appeavr sad (Saaaxss XSWS awsawa aSf
said will, at Ike time xraowxsxV,
lsxtasl liouoluln, II. I.. 1st Novemraae. 1 S.
a. rxvA.wim jrD,
Attest: JxOcs as Ua mill wsi C asset.
W xltxw R. Siau CVssjk. xa w
' Liters testasoeetaVT.
r onlenil. that nulla-. th-re-,f sse , s,
or tkree aoci:easve weeks, in Iks. xsa.wsaaaw
rspaper prill test axwl awMaawaWtka Dl.slwew.
r.iere.1. thai eitatlun rse kill I ws WXSS
J I rui u:
14,1 It I' or THE
HI.ANlsSii pnsbute. Int
Ft'K AllT and M.A 1 ll.li A I i K A Itf. Uls f
On readlnc and mimt in. petltsrm of Tksiijo. Taas I
tel. brulberof Malil.la f-Xart,
San KraiM-sseo. I'aJtfrimla. I.
Kiksrt afiiressdil, late of
widow of th- sal, I hrwvtiaa Kekaet, was. mt I
eeass-d, .lint tesUte al Kan r r.. .-as-., ixl L.
second day uf .September. A. D. islj, liaiisx.
I bale of which ts applied ft.. In swAt
praylnc that special letter a-lioixvlstraias. axsx. a T t.
June. Juur . as Hanoluln aforesaid, on Iwatk at xwkt wjkwx
It as onlere.l that rll I B-.UA Y. th. Ixk star arf ssXeVBJaV
BKR. A. Ii. IsTj. be and hefsssy ta sdsm.i 4 S-r Xsaswixi
i.vid perluon before the see! Jessies, m the rsesrt rwaass at
this Court, al ll.niolulu. al wha-k tkavs xaxst pise- ad .r
aon. concemeil may aptiesr and sraesw ssaaasa. rfaasv skwe
have, why said eetraon si,u,.l wot be xraaaaaU. aasat akass
nils onl-r ne pur,nali.-,t m tbe saaW0awa
siiitesetve weekx in Use Haws. van Uxwartte.
lasted at Honolulu. II. I.. Nov Jd. A. p. is:
Attest: ;.islir-v ssf Ik. '
'o. E. B,a.XAXP. Uvpaiy (Terk.
iRii ir lottrr.
Frtshate. I n the nsarter of the s
SIA.X.N, lap- ssf Koto. Kauai. I
It. .11. L i
late of K
s if Ks
ers, and hs xssal lawptsss ss.
n he appoisitsst the sans, saaxy
v" vv , i e
STIIEB 4BE KILAUBA
M'hlte Nfarlrt. Hint- .lfat;eu(i and
Bint- rr .
COLLECTION OF TOYS !
4'ruqaet Hetsj. Slate.
Mull' I'l liCils ate., ate.
Bsfej's leeillnar llotlle,
BLACK AND BLUE TWEEDS!
Gold, if lack and Blue Wultrprxf Taeeds !
woo:, iti.i-s, wool, siuwia
3Xen's White Gtiakrim !
Men's colored Sblru, Blue ren Shirts,
Mao's rnannelette shirts, Kesratta Shirta,
xlaiu'. Woul -lli.ru, aast'd. colors.
An Elegant Assortment of
Ladies1 Fancy Articles!
White Cricketing Flannel.
Blue and ..r:- : KUn r. !. Cwtalmer Print),
Cratolne Prlot, u (.a- Cotton,
Brown Qottona, Scotcb I sn. .
Hew Patterns and Stylet.
I U.K. A. U. :s--,. at Hi o'ctu
al kxs I hani be rx. In the I ot
the aasos j hereby appoin
iieariaaf aaoO petition, ass I
then ami there appear and
why the Xaxi claims srsfwrkt
And that that order be psjaal
Han laiiaruasles. In II.. I aaa.
I'M a ted aasd paibllstsssd hi t
weeks previous to lixe tin
lsxtasl at Wahiawa, H. ta
... i 2t Jiis-.l.-. fir
- Its Ur si .liiV KXf-l-Or.
the save JuaCk..
', as v aaxxwa, e awst
S mm sxvS awar. fas,
rreusa aatasaaaswal SwSXT
. Sf any ttaaj kaw.
pprovrstky Oke rawxn.
tkajMxkiks, -,f i
SI rm. it i.
Jt'Do. Order oi
. nse.1 iLbsUlr.
of tVurkwi for
toe petitksu "f
irajtllC thai letters'
t H. J. CXsXtSkSe.
.(. , nle-l for
h MS Skat I aar
WWSWS W X II I is.
h. j. raouuir.
'Iir.Kf V .f H as. .
bssarisai saSst rr
I'ourt. at llou'.iuiu. at whe-b line
concerned may appear and sb..w cause, ifasv
why sakl Petition should wn ue stcai.ted. ssmI that las. .
la- punitahssl tn the s.uxllsh 1
wwexs in tlx
lasted Uoooluiu, IL I. October :s.
In the abovi
that a decree i
n r.rnt ht or the ii s -
i. -Of the HetxaxeS Term. is-a. LXssst
atarehaot vs. Uat IS. r. tSM, SSSBI.
Illa-I for lUvoree. u k
fr mi -ii- '-.i, i -.f
assist HattXs P. XI are basal, to ts.
absolute after the exiratsoo uf six
-,r this decree, utssi
under suns-tent causa shall appear Us tk.
And tbe Ukelxast la ordered so poawxxk a.
this order. In
laasekawatt to k. waaaws
ncHiUis froea Ik (Sax
cn- When there are no cattle to land at Maalaea Bay,
ao cfTort will be made to reach Uonolulu Saturday r. xt.
tsar On Down Trip the Sleatoer will not leave Kaolualu
until 9 A. M . or later : Mattena until t am. or later : and
Maalaea Bay until S am. or later, wathont due notice of
any chance belof given.
Kutcxt or PaMataice will be
To or from Kannakakal. MolokaL...
To or from Lahalna, SIsuL.
To or from Maalaea, Maul
To or from xtakena, Maui.
To or from Mahukona, Hawaii
To or from laawalnee, Hawaii
To or from Kallua, Hawaii ..
To or frnm Kaawalo, Hawaii - ....
To or from Hilo, Hawaii
To or from Kau Coast, Hawaii
Clrcoit of Hawaii, Koood Trip
To or from any Pnrt on Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip
Deck pa if ftsr natives only....-
aver Jfo t'retlit ftsr Paasvsixxs tonejr. -.am
Tickets at tbe ofliee oiilj .
No berth will be cooxUler&d aa tuiien until pxid tcj. Not
responsible for-untnartced BaftxwTe or Bliy Fraxsllt or Par
cels cnlexs receipted for.
Freight Monty Dae an Demand.
Br An effort will be made to have the Steamer reach
Honolulu o. the eveoios; of tbe same day .be leaves xtxui.
SAMUEL O. WILDER, Agents
OIBce with Wilder A Co. coroer uf Fort A slueen street
DISPATCH UNITES TrUMCISCO
ste C. Brewer A Co. -Agents.
tg Merchandise received Slor.are Free and
liberal cash advances mxd. on shipments by mis line.
51-1 . C. BREWER k CO.
A Choice Lot of Fancy Milk and Cotton
and Figured Flannels,
Dlavfionitl T'lllls, OxRsrU Slurtlna-, Mtw,
Christy's Black and Colored
FELT HATS, NEWEST SHAPES !
Tien'. Silk lint- and Drab shells.
A Lance Vstrlety of Ladies Nlrstwr Hats. Hew
tyle, leu's and Buys NX raw Mai, ate.
Haberdasher? and Hosiery !
A LA XtXJE ASSORTS! Evr.
Also, a Great Variety .of Arti
cles too NumeroTis to
MARY BELLE ROBERTS
A LtKl.i: ASSOHTSI i: r OF
Ladies Fancy Articles!
New Fancy Silks!
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
C. Brewer fe Co. Agents.
Vmrorable mrr&oEeoieDti can alwati t
mJe (or Itarui ad Wammt ot Oil. B-.ite, Y . i. il iIe and
bsibar SlercluiOxin to aw iiifurJ. Umiua, ew lork
othrr Fjutern Port. Citjli AdTauc' made.
JU-ly C. BI.KWKR A CO.
prs. fur iix wtkei, tb flntt
witiiiu una motiih frm ittm ,U( uf
l ron int-r-t. d, ay wlttiln iix
why smitlr dfrre, UHuhi noi Im mrii
.BY THK ' 't ur ;
WALTKK II, HEAL. CUrtt I
I bi?roby crtlfy tUn.t ltw (urtmo
coy.- of Ult otlMtami tlxMMa 1m imm ilinf
nn tile In thf .VrtU offlc of Xtur JUmim "mMtt mt -W
HMHMI IswMMsv Aa wtlDtm my kmimi am-I mmi mt
th- Suprrm Court thht lilh day mtOcfhrt A. IX MM M
Huiiolola, Irteiiuid 'roaJba B. I.
U2 ftt WALT.K K. -K !,, OkHS I
n p rswfiiws Pfisxlrt.
tress xxvf wstxwxwst
I.JI I'KLSIL KM KT or THE HAWAIIA1
s 7 iisi..xtsn-tri r otsxte. lata, aslls
of JOHJS s,UAW less ul llusvuluiu lexsasl aaT
e.l. Intsstate. Al Ha.nh.rs. tsslhrv Mr I
Order of notice ot peuiioo for ailn.xwn of
ebarre, an-1 Ouai IkatrilHlUju ol prvpetl
liu rea.lln anil Ullnx the pe.jtlor, anrl
DTil.Kanil K. sill AW, laWll awi.xwss 1ST IS
HUA W tale (sf ssxlH HnawsnSa .X-easssaKt, al
mfsinst raw estate ; wiier, u, inev
anil i harxes themaelve with tlZsti.xe
el ta aaaavx
si Hex saT IsXaSews
ad as taal ta.
ji taai a asaat
s oaf Us. asnswssrxr leaw.
ora-r may tse msale of 4
in In Uielr haua. iu ihe persrisxs taeniae
eiiartmc toero aorl their xurelle from a& tartaer fist 1st
nuitv as su.-a a.iu,iriMieat.,rx
II as ..r.lered.. txvat IL'EsiItAT tke th HAT or XOV
KMBER A. D. IIJl, al ten aWrtl. It. beswsss I IS It
Justice at Cxwaoibeia, In Us Oxen Mewsw. at xiaaawaxwax, ws
and the Sam hereOj I apt osalel as la Laws KxvJ at as)
is uexrin sail petitVo. and aeeseanta. aaat taat ssl asrssaa.
Uiterasite.1 may lava aaat Users ssapatajr aasl jSasw us. If
aujr laejr have, war Use ssuae axsusxel asst b. (rasicasL .eat
may present evident a to wha are eamisd as xW saxw
properly AlKt taat 1M srW. In Use I
liali buruaces. be pul lilt, I us ;
ass three sm-cesalve week prasisswa i. tax ixas. ttaatax
appointed tot sail ariuj.
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