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Kir Arthur Gordon on liutttlftrutloM
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Oovcrnor Gordo, of Fiji, recently addressed
the citizens and ilarnera of tint group, ex
pressing liia views 00 the leading questions nf
domestic policy. And nmonp others lie nkc
j of the labor questioli and the source from
. which laborers were obtainable. We qnote
his remarks in full, as given in the Fiji Timet i
, , , tI An ample aim alcedj nipply ol labor Is absolute
Wk last week sUK'pested that a Hawaiian , ,y cnnal lo thcc.il.iiiy. rruiu wbcacv, end under
Coniiniaaioner be sent to the Philadelphia Kx- rtal management shall we obtain It must ee rUltilr,
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r r tb. rmvutm Jxisitioii to look alter Hawaiian interaBts and mbu.. r;.r , otiwilun whether ihe manair,-
iiac ov Airbeoioiy sod '. to endeavor to secure for our products the i Ulcut ol tilt iutrodiu-lion of Immigrants should be
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AS IRPaTKNDElh JOl KN'AL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN l'ROGRESS.
ri nusiiKii ami EtiTED nv
HEXKV M. WHITXEV.
WEDKESDAY. SOW IT.
. . attention which thev deserve
irt inat anyartlrtcaof " ALTER M. GlBsox, Esq. has been suggested
saMtk tk- m iniii i um- xiwum win be nB a proper person for this service, and we
red m the I ""' cordially second his nomination. Al-
'twssr -., msi HBsrsMnss .. -rifts. .r 1 thotiuli we have had pentonnl dineroiK-es with
Mr. G., we wrist these, believing that no man
can be selected who wnuld take greater inter-
. wwH iiiiiniilm. toOinMnwir in anyef . ,l aww. enlriiKl'il to liiin on such a
As cverr one knows, he is r-nilnisi-
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A. . .um l4fwllw Be alueuiii
lie - I lb 1 1 ii wl u Hbiuw. Mm
. m isaeuiut. as a;, m-.tiai. . mission.
Cr-aiM l . in lnnirflir m emir.., ..... . -
iimiru tbr uninr oiiw-. Is i asm- in an inni pcrinins to uawaii net ; ana.
., , i I ; i : SfXxsfai Be W um. .i iirah.uit iiuuirMi iiii'i
a rcittiv pen, would allow no opportunity to
at present, ti) private parlies. 1 amol ojuulon that
It should he nudrrlakrti liv IBS (t.iverniuent. The
1 imml;rtlon would be mure systematically carried
I on, its initial expenses would be boiue by lljecoloiiy,
! and the planter Instead "f beim: ealled on aa now to
j pay a large sum down at once, would nave tu
; amount distiibuted over a period of years. There
j would moreover lie an olnmal abolutc guarantee
gainl abuses. But the ,Uetion is oue on stile!)
j I should wish to have your opinion, and 1 will ank
! von to write arc or no before j ou leave the room the
i following qu. btion, which you will find written ou
I a sheet ol paper near the dour: "la it in your
! opinion desirable that theG ivernuieut should under-
i take IDC connu-ji anu aasajiswui "i TV
pikes of r xrcilmton blossoms lit up llir whole
arcade, snd the light of the altfrnooil-sun slanttd
and trleklcd throuxta them, dsnelug la the mirth
tul water, tarulng lis far down sands to gold, snd
brightening the many-shaded Rreen of caudleout
and bresdlrult. If shone on majestic Hsrn trers, on
t ho fmuile WypooNNa r.ioi.irtsrinKm. Which alSnir
tnmblingly to Ike branelies of the wAiVt, on the
beautiful iTgodiaoi, whlrb tdorncd the untrinth
trunk of the breadfrait ; on shining banana leases
and glossy trailing rasas ; on ghranilc lianas, whleh,
climbing to i he top's, oi the largest tress, desceudea'
in rssl frsloons, passing Irnra Iree to live, and In
tctlaclm: the forest with a living netwoik ; and on
lycoKdiums ol every kind, from ihose which wrap,
ped Ihe rocks In reatuery gnrn to others hsrdty
. !r in ferns But there were twilight
depths too, where no sunlight )neiraled Ihe leal
gloom, damp and cool : dreamy shawi-s. In win.,
the music of the Water was all too sweet, and the
loveliness too entrsueini;, creating thai sadness,
hardly " akin to nla." which Is latent lu all in
tense enjoyment. Here and there a tree had fallen
across the riser, from which jrrew upwards and
trailed downwards, tain like, smi lraDsarctit
mosses snd ferns, all gliticilng with moisture and
sunshine, and now and then n scartel tropic bird
heightened the effect by the flash of his plumage
After su hour of wading w e emerged into broad
sunny daylight at Ihe home of Ihe Use cascades,
which form a semicircular precipice Into three ba
sins. It is not, however, msstbtc tu pass Irom one
to the other. This gre.it gull is a grand sight, with
its dark deep basin from whleh It seemed so lur to
look up to thu heavenly blue, and Ihu water falling
calmly mid unhurriedly, amidst Innumerable rain-
n of tabor?" Now as to the source Irom which bows, from a height ol 3000 lev I. The sides were
ass Un nnw: of U mi tick will b, dial v mc-
will be ofwii to the ptlhur.
. b, ti r-u tin lionn of '-a.m..
II. IV Ilm M'WK.
ll.Hin Mux utu.
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saw linn,! Ilia
T the J. -.., of the late It. II. Ktwnli-v .
Ma.M-.tv I,. ariMSat Hi- I v-. ll. i.r j.
Ataarsje, Oweral of the Klncooui ad inltnm.
afv. uh. rsrs
ri Srawrwi Hani nst '' t from Rt t
, : - ..- a!. i. -v..-,vr. ,. r. t.i
as Hi' Jain-
rlib-li on the
of Sm-m,i aam-L. b- i - i iivri-tajila and
or la anv other al.t tloui tbim- prevlouslv
Utn. H. IJDCtTa ItuaO Sunt
i sirl. In I'rolmle.
Ksr.l Estate of Charles Kohala deceased. Us
fcrs Vt. Jsstier Harris, at ehaabers. The sceetmti
' the aaaaioutratoT passed aaJ adaiiniitratar ordered
to be J.eh.ifr i up .n fi mc Ue reoupt uf John Gard
wali as Sstir ui the estaie.
H TnstT-flli- Majesty Lnualilo, deceased. Pe
tiUaaaaatCbaa K. b tab up. eaoeutor, for aotltaawea: of
hi- l.na. acsouat. The Csurt ordered the accuuuts
referred to tie .Uaatcr to report to the Court on the
1Mb lb St.
It Prssrf af will of Kskauluuhi, deoaaeed. Before
Chief J ice Allen. Centianed null! the reiuru of
Mr. JsvUaas Jaidd Iras Hilo circail.
i;. Estate of Moolau It.) deceased. Before Mr.
Justoee attSS. Petiliua of Katuaha (k) for letters
ad aaavioiauation of the above estate. The court or
oered .artier IS be issued to the iietitioner upon his
I Wl I ill II. l.i, cbtt) uf .o
be pabliabvd fur four week.- in the Kuukoa and to re
esc-:iK' that could proinise us advantage.
thorough acquaintance with every tiling con
nected with tiiis archipelago will enable him
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.oi.ui. oiv, .. .o. ........ ,. w aau bwiwa,
ami we arc quite sure there will be thousands .
i of such visitors at the Kxpositinn, curious to
know who and what we are. It requires a !
pcrboii thoroughly interestel in and devoted to
tin prosperity of the islands to do us justice '
j there ; and for this service we consider Mr. i
, (i. preeminently qualified.
Titt: death of the Attoniey (iencral, which
was last week announced, leaves vacant one of
the most important positions in the Govern- j
ruent. The incumbent is the constitutional
adviser of the Crown and the crown ministers,
on all questions of internal and external policy,
and therefore requires a thorough knowledge j
ofKuglish, American and Hawaiian, ns well
as of international law. He should be poss
cased of such a character and reputation art
hall bring iufluence and strength to the ud- i
draped with ferns flourishing under Ihe spray, nnd
at the buac Ihe rock was very derply caverneil. 1
enjoyed a delicious bath, rctying uu sun and wind
to dry my clothes, and then reluctantly waded
down the riser. At Its confluence With another
stream, still arched hy oAiaa, a man and two women
np)cared i isiog out ol lbs) water, like a vision ol
I lie elder world in the days ol Fiiunt, aud NaUds,
and Hamaradryads. The water was up to their
waists, and UU of ohia blossoms and terns, and
masses ol unbound hair fntitastieatly wreathed Willi
moss, fell over their fauMlcst tonus, and their rich
brown skin gleamed iu Ihe slant sunshine."
Of the Hannpcpc valley in Kanaf venich has
been so often described, she sayn it perh:i8 ex
ceeds all others in beauty, and is a species of
cunyun vcrv common on the islands. Thecra-
laboi Is to he obtained bhall am attempt not to
supplant but to supplement Polynesian labor hy
that of Indian Coolies ? I think that we shall do
well to do so. I baV nothing to urice ugains Poly-
" 1 ' y l.sj ncsian lahorera, but f thick we must admit that the
auppls ol it l dccicasinK mid the cost ol it ineruas
Ing. All the evidence I have been able to obtain
lei)d lo show that this slate of thing will continue.
If Queen-land persists in rising higher wages, then
our supply must cease. The Imperial Government
also is likely to insist ou mcasuiee which will render
increased expenditure necessary. The supply of
labor to be obljlned from India is practically bound
less. The amount of waires ordiuurily given to
Coolies is well known. I hold in ray hand some
statistics s to the probable expense of their intro
duction bete. My calculations are iS! ISs., Ihe
expense for recruiting: 10s. a head, per man, for
the agent; passage uioiiev, 12; cost id reluming
same, 3; in all '19 8. ; deducting from ibis the , tor 0f Kilaiieu, to which she paid at least three
amount of one third, us p.iid he llu t.ovcrnnicnt, I . r-
wc nrrlse at the fact that, for 13 18. 8d. we obtain j visits, Haleakala." (lie most gigantic crater on
a Coolie servant for flseyeare with his wagesol id. the cartll anj the BUmn,iU 0f Hilahllai,
per dav udditl inal, with rations. The West Indian .
aystem or immigration which w orks well is that j Mauna Kea, and Manna Loa, all of which she
before a certain day In the year, eaeli planter send. I ascenjej nre described in lier inimitnblv vivid
in a requisition tp the immigration agcnl staling the
Bambrr oi Coolies he requires lor the coming year. ! style. Her impressions of the great summit
Tl e are lidded up together and the total they j crutcr of ie UMc mountai, Mokuaweoweo,
utiMunt tu i vent fur iruni Iiiciitt. The men 06 lUvy
Mrrivt are aisijenud by lot lo Iht Hppllcuiits cu Unit which slic visited in company with Mr. Green.
nnbcrTesa i ' P" of Relations, as
(ional (llmioutinn In l be numbfcf ulloit'il U mnrlt.- ull i recorded on pages 4U5 to 415, ure very faithful
round. An indenture fee. In sonic ci'lonies t in i n u i :1 n . i
...liera i Is ..aid b the planter on each ...an allot- , "'"1 as all who have, seen It will attest.
ministration. In addition to these requisites, t ted to him. and a like amount in each succeeding j Had we ihe space we might cull many more
he should be well acquainted with the natives ! loA&artMer ofW e-tpoom isir;a ! exquisite flowers of Nature, in print, from this
and their peculiarities, and if possible, familiar j the planter's share of it is concerned (lor the Govern- I fascinating volume, but we must forliear. No
with their language, so as to be able to ex- "iVduty on'' produce! wVifeiVvaries" year" hook has ever before been published which
plain in the Legislature and elsew here the , according as the number of Immigrants sent for i , conveys so correct, so perspicuous, so honest a
i great or stiian. n uiusi ue reuieuioereu iien sp,-..-
tendency ami effect of proposed laws or
Notice to creditors necessary changes in them. It has sometimes
1 - - - f..,,...l m A:tR....t ,. 1- S. at
in three mouths. I"" " ' - " I n ft ssasj niii-
nt fcaibikawaab (k.) deceaaed. Petitioo Jority of the replcRelltatives, who arc often
Kaiaikawaha tur letters ol administration of
lb si is estaie. The court ordered letters to be
isd ti 1. liaiaikawaha and Keoui Kapu upon their
bliog a hosd in the sum of $2(10 jointly. Inventory
te be (led in three months and notice to creditor; tu
U auvertised for four weeks.
cases roa nriklM. tbe comisg week.
1'. Estate of W. II. Kaaawai, daceased. retition
f J. Kou faaawa for allowance of accounts paid,
t. ! fr approval of claims unpaid.
Etate of Cbaries Kckarl and Matilda Kekart, ds
eeasen Petition ol P. I . Joi.es fur letters of admio
istrmlien. It-Estate of E. i. Adderls, deceased. Before
Mr. Jaatiee Jadd. Petition of II. J. L'oolidge for
letters of bdaiioiatralioa.
Proof of Will of H. Prendegast, uecease-1. Pe
titwaa of 1. r-miih and W. L. tlrecn tur Probate or
Kstate of Bollaaaa. deceaed and appointment of
minor cbiid. Petition of ii. A. Wiue-
i for letters of guardiausbip of said child.
Aus.ll ill in .
By ihe Mikado's mail wc have our exchange
6U from Sydney to Oct. 23, on which day she
left Uiat sort.
The mail steamer Cyphrcnes arrived outOc-Uil-r
13 the dav set for her arrival in our
The custom's revenue of the colony of New
South Walos for nine months has licet. 014,
eie, or over 3,710,000.
Tbe inter -colonial exhibition has been scry sueces
ft' . and tbe number of visitors weekly has exceeded
A testimonial in the shape of a wreath, is to be pre
sented to Madame Ristori, tbe tragedienne.
A Ministerial crisis has taken place. On the 7th
instant, id tbe Lecisiatiee Assemble, the debate on
ihe Government proposals closed, and the Ministry the public treasury
were defeated by a majority of fire. The amendment ; a(ter they arrive. Money expended by Gov
profiosed by Fir James .VColloch was carried on a di- j ernIncIlt introduce immigrants of any kind,
visie, of 31 to 34. The amendment is in the follow- .f fiu,)le iuvc8nent it can make,
inx wonli : That thu committee, whiht affirming I ... . . A
T . . , , .. . I as it will return at least fifteen to tw enty iter
the principle of direct taxation on .property, is of 1
cmnion that say sach maasuro should be caneral in I ce,lt annually, Ihe cost of passage not beinj
its application, and be accompanied by proposals for f 60 large from China.
childish and unreasonable on public measures
brought befoM them. This service not only
calls for first class legal ability, but peculiar
qualifications in the incumbent, such as very
few possess : and we trust that, whoever may
be selected, he may prove to lie the best man
for the office, and one who shall infuse new
life and vigor into the Government. The
choice rests solely with the King, whose con
fidential adviser on all private and public bu
siness he becomes, and whenever His Majesty
has satisfied himself, the announcement will
Klsewhebk we insert the views of Gov
ernor Gordon, of Fiji, on the labor question.
That group, like our own, suffers from the
want of laborers, which have heretofore lieen
supplied chiefly from the Xcw Hebrides, on
short contracts, mostly for one, and seldom
over two years, at the end of which, the Brit
ish Government has required that all who
wish, shall be returned to their homes. Gov
ernor Gordon proposed that the system be ex
tended, and that coolies be imported from In
dia for a term of fivo years. Both Fiji and
India being British possessions, this mode of
supplying laborers can be readily carried out.
It is well to note the cost of bringing labor
ers into that group, averaging 111:8 each, or
about SI00 : and also the fact that the Colo
nial government boars one-third of the cost of
passage from abroad. This is as it should lie,
for ull settlers become a source of revenue to
in the way of taxes, sooli
relief trom certain of the burdens imr-osed on tbe peo
ple through tbe Custom house, and therefore disap
proves of the proposals of tbe Treasurer." A disso
lotioa waa relused. Tbe Government resigned, and
new Ministry has been appointed, as follows , Sir
James MeCalloch. Premier and Treasurer : Mr.
M'Pberson. Chief eccrctary ; Mr. Kerfurd. Attorney
ieneral : Ir. Madden, Minister of Justice : Mr. Jones
HI mister for Railways ; Mr. Ramsay. Minister of Edu
cation ; Mr. Anderson, Customs , and Mr. M'Lennan,
Minister for Mines.
The immigrants by the Isles of the South hare
cleared out ol the depot in a manner which s hows that
the demand for labor in and around Brisbane still con
tiunei very active. All the available single niea have
been employed at wages ranging Trom 40 tu 45 per
ana um. with rations : while tbe single girls base met
with engagements at wages tor domestic servants,
from Ss. to Us. per week ; and tor nurses, from la.
One hundred and forty-two thousand tons or bread
stuffs have been eiported this season.
A compart and pithy return, compiled by Mr.
Bootbbv. Government statist of South Australia,
rtiowa in a very laeid manner tbe prng-eis made by j
that Colony during tbe past five years ft., from
lMill lo 1874. In that period the population increased j
from 1M.I46 to 104.6:3. the increase being 23,477, or
13 per cent, in tbe four sears. Tbe amount or land
sold ir .--cased in a much greater ratio, or at the rate
of 45 per cent., tbe quantity alienated at the earlier
date being 3,WC,1S6 acres, or 22 acres per head uf the
population and at the later one 5,712,773 acres, or
2S acre, per head. Tbe quantity cultivated increased
at a ali'.l more rapid rate vii., from 850,576 acres, or
five acres tier head in 1S69 to 1,330,4-4, or seven acres
par bead in 174. the increase being in the proportion
of J per cent tbe rcveoae grew from 776.351 or 4
6. per head, to X1.00S.S16, or 4 Ua, per head.
The graaiboisbers are making their appearance in
alarming numbers in the north.
Sir George Grey has made an effort this srisioa to
repeal tbe gold export duty and tea and sugar duties,
in order to equalise the incidence of taxation : but in
ihe face of tbe heavy financial obligations undertaken
by the colony, the House was not in the mood to ac
cept his bills, and they were consequently rejected by
large majorities. Tbe miners on the Thames gold
eMs took little interest in tbe first question, as the
majority are being worked by " wages men," the
duty is practically paid by the Auckland shareholders
in the gold-raining companies.
There has been some plain speaking in tbe Assem
bly on the large allowance drawn by Sir J. Vogel,
amounting to 6000. It il slated that Sir J. Vogel
has arranged to enter a London firm on his retirement
from political life.
A severe shock or earthquake occurred at Blenheim
oa the 2th of Sept.
A very severe shock of earthquake occurred atGii
saaswe (East Coast) oa Oct. 14th, about 11 at night.
Tbe direction waa from north to south. Several chim
neys were thrown to the ground. A man a few miles
trom Giaborne barely escaped being crashed to death.
From l iji.
Oar dates from September 12, via Sydney. Regu
lar at rem communication ia now established between
Lasenka and A wetland, end Levuka and Sydney.
Tbe San Francisco mail steamers will hereafter touch
at Kaadarn, which it one of the Southern islands or
Lady Garden, wife ef the Governor, had arrived at
Lesaka, from Eegland via Sydney.
Aa importation ef 77 head of cattle and M head ef
cep had arrived from Auckland, par steamer.
Xcw Zealand and the
Australian colonies have found this to be
lonnd financial policy, and annually expend
considerable sums for this object. A thou
sand field laborers, if lauded here to-morrow,
could find immediate employment at fair wages,
aud after a year from their arrival the pub
lic revenue would derive fivo thousand dollars
annually from them.
f Zealand aud tin- Pacific .Hail
By the arrival of the Mikado, wc learn of
the action of the New Zealand parliament on
the mail contract. It appears that the London
agents of the colony exceeded their instruc
tions and closed the contract at a higher rate
of subsidy than had been authorized ; the
highest limit for New Zealand's share having
been 40,000. The AuJdunU Southern Crott
has the following statement of the case :
" The decision arrived at by the Assembly, with
resptct to tbe San Francisco mail service, will leave
tbe ratification ot the coutract by tbe Patliament of
New Zealand an opct. question till 1 be next meeting;
of the Assembly. The feeling of numbers was
atroogly opposed lo tbe action ol Mr. Russet! in ex
ceeding tbe authority ol tbe flouse, as expressed
last session by resolution; and Major Atkinson
while be pleaded that what Sir Julius Vogel did
must be taken as tbe action of the Government, and
I that the coutract having beeu once entered upon
must clearly be ratified did not atli-Dipl to defend
the proceedings of the representatives of the Colony
at home, whose action in exceeding the authorised
limits laid down by tbe Assembly, be admitted bad
been ag.eat oversight. No lees tbau live amend
ments on Major Alkiuson's resolution, more or less
intended to cast censure on the Government, were
proposed by meuibera of Ihe Opposition, but one
after another were rejected, and the original resolu-
tlnu Was carried by a votu of M to 34; lo lie effect
that the charge for the service should not exceed
iutr on this subject that the Indian laborer euters
I upon bis Service tor a much longer period Iliall tbe
Polynesian. He is encaged to work upon ll.e istnte
! for iine certain five years, together Willi an additio
1 na dee bstore he is emitted to receive a return
! passage to the place whence be came Thus it
: would be seen a Polynesian would have lo be re
i turned and ri'-enjnired three linte for every one
I an Indian laborer would be. Tlie expenses ot tl.is
mibi easily be calculated, and the saving soon ar
rived at. He must, however, candidly point out
lint in otto respect the contract of Indian laborers
conrtrnetcd unfavorably uitb those of Polynesia,
that of wages; he saw lhat flee pence per dietn,
with rations, was the least amount they could he
maintained at, and tht without rations they would
coi-t ten pence er diem.
If we hud both systems nf iniminratioti at work
the Government would send for such a number of
Polvneslans aud 6uct. a number of Indians, as the
planters miirlit respectively ask for. Il would de
pend on themselves which I bey woull have, and no
doubt they would nsk for thai which on Ihe whole
thev found mot adrantaireous lor tlietn. The im
mediate question then was, " Is il in your opinion
desirable that efforts should be made to rflect the
introduction of immigration labor from India ?"
aud to this also I would ask you to return an uu
swer." TI1H HAWAIIAN ARCIIH'F.LAOO. Six months among th
palui pri.v-. coral reef, aiol sole mors of tin- Sanjwicn 11
anrta. Us Iehlla I, Birti. anttior ot the ' Enz!Mi .man
in Anirrira.' Willi illustration. London, Juliu Miltray.
All umarle ilreet. 1875.
This is a look which we can with a good
conscience recommend all to read. We will go
farther, and say that those who do not read it
will lose an opportunity for enjoying one of the
most piquant and enthusiastic bits of literature
which have illumed our pathway for a long
time. The work has been long looked for, and
is now for sale here .
The fair authoress is a true woman in every
sense of the word. Her sentiments aro'of the
most liberal kind ; her charity is apparently
universal. She is a representative English
woman of an advanced type. One who through
out the length and breadth of " Greater Brit
ain " can sympathise, and love, and admire ;
who possesses not the faintest shade of that
snobbishness which charcterizes the typical
John Hull, both male and female. Her love of
Nature is unbounded, and her descriptions,
nearly all of which were written while her im
pressions were still fresh and vivid, are mind
photographs glowing with the brilliant colors of
the tropics, which can rarely be surpassed in
truth and effectiveness. One must sometimes
indulge in a smile at her teeming exuberance
which occasionally, though rarely, leads her
into extravagance, as will be noticed in the de
scription of the passage through the impetu
ous torrents of Hakalau, and tho " Scotchman's
gulch" on Hawaii. The passage was doubt
less extremely dangeroUB, especially to her, as
she could not swim, but had it been half as bad
as she pictured it, her destruction would have
been the only possible result of the rash at
tempt. However the scene is one of such in
tense and thrilling interest lhat we find no dif
ficulty in forgiving a little use of the "long
The aborigines are her delight and her ad
miration. She made her first acquaintance
with them before she had landed from the
steamer, and paints them in a most'graphie man
ner on pages 20 and 21. She traveled in the
company of natives for hundreds of miles, lived
in their houses ir remote valleys where white
faces arc seldom seen, and partook of their fish
statement of the present social condition of the
country. The descriptions of the refined and
Christian homes of Bcmtii aa bring to mind
Miss Bremer's most charming letters or the
" Homes of the New World." But Miss Bird
does not conceal the fact that life here has its
evils. She says with a good deal of truth that
" gossip is ihe cauker of the foreign society 011
In the two closing chapters we find an in
teresting statement of " Hawaiian atfairs " in
which are given a few facts concerning the form
of government, exports and imports, crime, edu
cation, productions, and prosjicets of the isl
ands; and an epitome of recent Hawaiian his
tory, which notices the successive kings from
Knmehaiiieba I, down to the accession of His
Majesty King Kalakauu, closing with the earn
est wish, in which we most heartily join, that
under him this people may enjoy peace and
prosperity, and that Hawaii may still remain
the inheritance of Hawaiiaus.
NKW AD V KRTISKM KXTS.
KOIVAKU T. O'HAIJaOUA,
Attorney and Solicitor,
IS AI'TilOIMZKU TO LEXD FROM H-IUM
to 910000. ou Morttfjifff of freehold, at lowi-st rates
Agents In ; ,. and Iti alt parts of
Ofllcf un Fort Street, (opposite Mr. Ira Hlcliardsun's
; r- . Honolulu. 56ii-3m
UOOIJ I I SOAP nUKtfsS,
BY W. J. RAWLINS.
The Proprietor -f the ubove Work, it ptepared to inpplr his
customers, and the public in general, with the bet quality
Yellow Soap Soft Soap always on hand.
Tkr Itighctt rrice PaidforSoap Grease. M4
w. a. ihu &, co.,
Commission Merchants, Plantation and Insurance
565 Honolulu, Hawaiian Imbeds. Tjt
VKKM, SL Ai SI I 4 ii.
Importers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
AndChlnaOoiwIs, in theFlre-proof Stor?. n N'uuatvi street,
aotlt-T the Public Hall. 565-ly
OIL BLA CKINC , .
1 LEVniER PRESERVATIVE I
IS THU WOgLD.
fj j TRY IT.
OK MU I X IIOM'I.I f.r II V
1 1 I . . I . ... - A III
S. PINKHAM A CO.,
HILO. HA WAIT.
Orders aottoitej and promptly
Has Just Received per Bark Ceder
A F1E AMOBTJIEST F
si i r 4ii i.i : foh
The Christmas Holidays.
The Best Brands in the Market,
Thty bring Pnck-i by .V'rr.. Crvttr it D'acl-
tcr. Marlon, and Copdand.
TI Its SWISS CBLBESBi
Cases Kdam Cheese.
Cases Knaltsh - m . llh tios,
Ot tail. Mick Tarile. Hara.
Kidnev, Uravj, llotch Poteh,
Case- He Finnon Hill -It.
Cases Reil Uetilags, 12 In a tia,
Casses Potted Ham. Beef A Tongne.
Roast Pheasant. Whole, in tins,
Cases Jugged Hare, in lib inn.
Cacs Pate de F,'i lra. ia tiaa a : lias.
Cases Assorted Pales,
Cases Qenuan Sausage,
Cases Oxford Sausage,
Cases Ftencs Trufl.t,
Cases Petit Poia,
Cases .- rdi nc, in $ a lb tins,
Cases Boneless Sardines,
Csucs Adctt Pasta, in jars.
Cases Bloater Paste.
Casas Frnh lierrins;s, in lib tins
Cases English Plum Pudding,
Cases Carrots, lib tins,
Cases Turnips. lib tins,
Cases Onions. '.Mb tins,
Casea Kaglisb Pie Fruit,
Cased English Jaitu-, ItH tins.
Cases English Jams, 21b tint,
Crosse and Blackwell's Pickles,
Captain White's Pickles,
Battr's Xabnb Pickles,
Cuok'a Mulligatawny Paste,
Casea FrencU Mustard,
Cases Lsanin Syrup,
Cases Haspteiri Syrup.
Caiei R.spberTy Viaagar,
Burgess1 Essence of Anchovies,
Cases Mushroom Catsup, Ca-es Walnut-Catsup,
Copeland's Celery alt, Cases Celery Seed,
Cases Salad Oil, in Quarts
Cases S i ; l Oil. in Pints k pints.
Cases Cux's (le.atice.
Cases Kelson's Gelatine.
Cases leibeg's Extract Meat, in Jars,
Cases Muscatel) Raisins, in i j bxes.
Case.- French Piuuis. in glass jars.
Cases Orange Marmalade,
Cases English Pickles, assorted.
Cases Pickled Walnuts.
Cases Pickled Gherkins,
Cases Crystalized Fruits, in glass,
Cases Freoch Chocolate,
Cases Chocolate De Sanle,
Cases Epp's Cocoa,
Cases Sultana Kai-iins 4 71b tins.
Cabcs Nets Currants, -I a 7ib tins.
Cases Citron Peel, in 7 lb tins,
Cases Mixed Peel, in 21b Jars,
Cases Caraway Seed, in 41b tios.
Cases Somebody's Luggage!
( All the A'etc IMsiyus! )
Cases Nutuie, id 71b tins,
Cases Whole Mace, i; 41b tins.
Cases Whole Ctoeee, in Tib tios.
Cases Ground Giugi-r,
Cases Uruuud Cloves,
Cases Mixed Spice,
Cases Robinson's Patent Barley,
Cases Robinson's Patent Groats,
Cases Neapolitan Mucirunni, 41b tins,
Cases Nc. i poll Lin Vermicelli, iu 41b tins.
Cases Italian Paste, in 4ib tios.
Cases Scotch Oatmeal, in 41b tins.
Cases Pearl Barley, in 5 lb tios, Cases Tapioca,
Cases Rice Floor, Cases Split Peas,
Casks Canary Seed, Cases Tabic Salt in glass,
Cases Mustard tin 41b Tin's
Cases Mustard, in bt: pint bottles,
Cues (iruund Peeper, in hlf piot bottles,
Cises Carbonate Soda, in 101b Jars,
Cases Carbunnta Soda, in 51b Jars,
Cases Cream Tartar, in 5lb Jars,
Cases Dried Herbs,
Casks Day aod Martin's Blacking,
A SPLENDID LOT OF NEW GOODS !
.1 I 1ST BECBIT1
Ex "Clara Bell," "lary Belle Roberta and "Ceylon,''
Household Furnishing Goods, Namely,
rhu4Sns le reun PYses
Milk fWMsar. ffYfer Usssm
ll I ! 1 eMail . Hi Mill IfasSSPfV,
MUk JHrwser. iWnei i KrrfVsa,
Coffee Mills. Sometbiof BTew!
A ,m3 sfcueilo, to tmj aeav as aaa.
Pallahla-c Imn saw laasaualaj l ie,
Rab'ier llaiai. Bale t-laepa,
III r BaalUaaei X a e a las.
I. are imin awl aae-ai,
Downer's Kerosene Oil?
rreatla rrxaa Us I laji 1 1
Mm- mm wa Wm akaeSa. nntii nam.
l-lalfo-TO ami I .ia-,kf ii-ml.
-pa.1... -.U..i.l4 Kiarta.
Pari. Plow Handle., Uram a. Pools. Eale Plows. Rarnllee. Beam. a Patau, C.i ml I
Ox Biseren, Unrdra lloae. Paleal Hat Trap.. A
Ortnd 8wwe and Flator-, Hor and Mule shoe.. Hoie. Na. .
Boat Sails. Cut Sail. Wnit' Sails, Uoei Plvela. Hoat tM
A "m-i-in T.lnn of Bullderai
r-i..s. nn. Viimtah.n TnannntJiiA. !trmhi'. all kind. HD-jm, Pat,
Coium-iu Axles, 54tee. and Irou. Curriasa trlQ. Ml. tc, te..
Ail the above Goods and a tjreat many more which time mnd fpaon will not ytrmi
us to mention.
Can be had from the Undersigned at satisfactory Price.
iSsgT Call ami examine for iuurseloe.
505 3m DILLINGHAM Co.
NhW A D V E RT 1 f K M K N T8.
II IW VI! . 1
I-i rwjMta. onkf W
for (wlwiiiMtxaSSon. In tkr
Ialu. ilrri-aaed. lotoaiair. befori Sr J
Oa r M4luie nnd '.u- tkr ititjow nf i
Ilorvoluto, avail gal. tut MatfrIttvVsaQ KaicMK,
died liitnuate. at llnotla. tirnkta, istmmavW
ar a l'- ,n Pr-' kM scara jr bssmMbsN
iuutf to u ilium t iata.
It or i. r. .l t!wt MO.NP.M. ttW tCt DAT ef
BE A. A. D.. he aod hrr-hr s astpakasssl Par
aakl prtttion rtrhxTr Um Maid JMkw. tm Ik mi
thia I ourt. at Mono.olu. at wktt k tsn iuJ pimr mU
concernt-ii ioa Hpprar ! astew cmmt. if ay uwt
wUy Sadl priitkMi nkould
Uated llunolulu, 11. 1., NoTrabsr ISSk, ISfk
Jmtic f SM !
Attrat: WalTKSI R. SkU 1-rk. aM St
IN IIM1HIKV IMI I IT Jl DCsJL M JV
Dtt lAl llaTB:T. H xU MI..N ISU.1M 1st ISm
. nt. .ft i I . II HK1. of UkJtatliMa. MtmL,
Un n .vliiiK ami Allna: th- priHM at TImm. W
Adinii Litmior of tl.e rttau of O. J. tin
Maul. II. I , derraaral, aak.iaSJ fur apfrit ml - t rtau aretann t,
cbanrloK hliuarlf witb l.N7. U. .jo hlssf ks m smjsbi
S4.V J-. Mid Mima iAiM that Ur tNLuvre ua SmBm f ftSS
may br decreed lu tbe hri-tr ut :Um
pr re tirnfrlvi-- -ujrk ; ami that to a
I furibrr rrsponsttadiy
It ks ordrrvd that H
at il . ., at tto l o
1 : .in. ami pla r : r :..
IkJlL luay t' is.Irrrd thrrrto. Mid nil pri
I Ike MUd ntar tif Itrrrbv noUSWd U aiayavtS.
ircuu JiMtf. M iadSraal Utatairt. H I
Urdialoa, Jlor. UtSx, IS7V H
LJII'KIMI. Ot K T Of llll. UAWAlIk
. Mil KMBIX i 'la, HT.
in I laiiwa. kala tto
rlltiOA d dH i
of iih.sm pi
I inter apuoln
' pulilK-alam nt
I A dun,.o
1 went ff U
i .lay ti .Noras
I bate ( ourt, a
. th hruain.r i
W llilaoa U 11
ir .! r of tto a4W
m tkr robatr of wiu
jf th" sa.it.
jriii.t u br tto kaa val aswl
Irrait. ds-crttdaapd, irn4g -n b- 3rt
D. Ml. brn pr-arfitl t aakl Tr
itta.n for ihr pr.iHat ttom-f. a4 far
Liberally Treated With.
"tirr-aj tnuiiieii'iiiT Sn 1 w W Aik aawl
I, haftTtatf bro (Urd ay Wa. t own,
It Is hrrtby orderr-d, tJ.at Jto.NUlT, tto M Sb f
NovtXBLK. A. I. INTft, at le lock a. v.. f iaalsar.
at tn Court Room of aakl toorL ia Uuwualaia. Ca ka. it I .
br. tuitl th- iin.- !. b-r hv pp. tutrd tb- uaa IVr tntlii
iwld will -Ki.l far at-Hi wfl nptHMr,i -br amS tor
and the at rant
It la fartka
SJBJSJi tt. a new
And It la fu
Iatd liouolulu, 11.
?Vr mini cdaut tto -aaS
I t -r. tar v
- . - ttoraaf ka 4, v. by
rratatv wrrka. Hi tto 1 1 .
I a..d out-atod ia HtMM.a.a
Uiat citatkao ka kaa is at taa
: kl. aod u. tto tokre of tto
it aaal cmim tto pmtota f
A. UtAN. I J LD.
Jiistxr 0 tto prraa -oft.
W a lt aa k. Hsuu Clrrk.
BONNE ET BELLE
tit k fi it niT irni
Field's Patent Chamber Candles I hi, Aim oILIVli!
Durability G-uaranteed !
Field's Wax Moons for Carriages!
An Assort mo nt or C4V.nrectionn.rjr In ejlaeet
FOR SALE BY
Auction Sale of Cattle.
have grown in bcr esteem. She repeatedly al
ludes to the sense of perfect security she con.
j stanilr enjoyed while alohc among them
I Their occasional scanty attire shocks not her
! sense of tinniest;.', pradishness having no place
I in her composition, but " the brown skin pro
! duces nearly the efTect of clothing," and in the
1 " dusky swimmers gliding through the water "
and the " youthful athletes, riding the waves on
40,000 per annum, aod that Ike Government shall tncjr SUrf boards " shp see ntup-ht hnt tin.
at once take steps lo procure euch modifications of ! tne,r sun-ixiaras she sees naught but tuc
tSSff SHVICE IS nrRV'.BV HIT EH THAT
XJLj oriler te foreclos a mertirae deed, riven by
aaBB. Kamuha K. K. .1 gut t the anoi lalaiied, tht-
. it t c aa - . .. 17ID u.j ui .st ptenihor, is, 4, me ismn:ti..n oi wnii-n nave
ana t 0 nngerea poi, ana ttiey Seem ever tO been forfeited. In pursuance of Uie powerof sale contained
ill aaii mortKaK''. w'e wilt proeeei ti st-llal I'liblic .Auction.
at 10 o'clock, a. m., on t: h day of IiKCKMBKH neit,
on the premises lately occupied by Frederick. O. Pertefeen.
In NortJl Kohala. Island of Hawaii, for coah In haml to
the hlgheat bidder. ONK IirXDftKl) IIGAI1 ofSTEKI
and FOKTV-FIVIi HEAP OF 1IOBSFJ9. bein of Ihe
property of the said Kama ha la. K Aaesut, and Include.:
in sajil murtcage deed.
SM 3t By W. C. Jonea, their .tltomer.
tbe termi as, sabjerl to tbe future ratiflcatlos I v
tlic House, Kill etlcc: that object. It will nuw be
for tbe company to deride whether they will redace
tbe terms of Ibe coutract arranged for by Mr. Rus
sell by tbe amount over and above tint wbicb tlie
Hoasc antboriscd last session, or wbether tbe com
pany, refusit g to do so. New Sontb Wales will add
tin difference to bcr share ol tbe liability. As fares
regards tbe Colony, tbe House lias spokeu atimit
lakeably. The price must be 40,000, or the con
tract will pot be ratified. The onus ol breaking; up
tbe whole arratigement is thus thrown by the Uoase
upon tbe Pacific Mall Company, wbo, however, if
tbi-y decide ou accepting Ibe reduced sum, are en
tilled to bare sncb arrangemeuts ratified by the next
What tlie cfltct of this action will be re
mains to be seen. It is more than likely that
the contractors will now propose radical
beauty of " the bronzes of tho N'aple's Muse
Of the many line descriptions ot natura
scenery with which the book abounds, we have
room but for one. A visit to the falls at tac
head of Waimauti valley on the north coast of
Hawaii is recorded as follows :
"From this point it was one perfect, rapturous,
intoxicating, supreme vision of beauty, and I felt,
as I now bclh-re, that at last I bad reacbed a scene
on wbicb foreigu eye had never looked. Tbe glor
ies uf Ihe topical forest cloaed us In with their depth,
color, aud redundancy. Here tbe operations of na
ture arc rapid and decisive. A rainfall ol eleven
feet in a yuar and a bolbouse temperature force every
plant lulo ceaseless activity, and make abort work
ol decay. L,eaiae, blossom, Irnilnge, are simaltau
A coajpary of 11 aagiaaer, IT carpenters, with
i.btltesBiths. saisasr, sappers, te. in all 63 had ar
i veajXroBi Eagiaad, to project and carry out public
i eproraateati in Fiji.
changes in the terras, viz : to be relieved of J?1" J!1"1 Pt're,n,uUL Jbe J1""., "J"" s broad as
I the I .mi .1 I . mhriil.r. ,.i..t i. - , !,..r I,L-h
amber, pausing to rest awhile in deep bright pools,
wberc fish were sporting above tbe goldci. sand, a
laughing, sparkling, making, tcrrorieaa stream.
the coasting service that requires its steamers
to go to Port Chalmers, and will ask for a
continuance of the programme of the late ser
vice, viz., starting from -Sydney, touching at
Auckland, and thence to Honolulu and San
Francisco, omiting Fiji and the New Zealand
ooasliug service, from both of which it would
nrefer to be relieved of. In the end Xew Zea- I helped me. One varied, glorious mate of vcgcla-
iand mav lose by not promptly ratifving the l".' m,c dow? ' ' ,d every creeo thing leant
. . a . . 51 r, . . ' y loringir tnwarda It, or stoop to touch it. aod over
original extract, which n greatly to iu advan- j lu w$jlc atgic ,enetll Kt,ymM ,od ,terl.ccd
tage. j the magnlfictut large-leaved ohia, whose millions o
' wiihout mysteries or aeonits," brokeu by rocks,
I green with ooeses and Iraffile fcras, and lu whose
uncbilled Waters, not more than three feet deep,
wading was both safe and pleasant. It was out poe
aible to creep aloug Ua margin, tbe loreet was ao
deoac and tangled, so we waded the whole way, aod
Wherever Ihe waters ran fiercely my unshod guide
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY UITEX THAT THE
undersigned will proceed t . foreclose the Itortitace
Deed executed by Kamaha K. K. Aa-gut. nn the llth day
of September, IST&, to the undersigned. Ihe condition "f
which have been broken. In and lo all that portion of the
Ahupuaaof KOHKI, So. 2. situate In .Norln Kohala, Is
land of Hawaii, deaenbed In Royal Patent, No. Has, to
Kabulanul a me Makeauwewa. and sold and conveyed by
W. C Junes 10 the said Kamaha K. K. .Asegut. by deed of
conveyance, bearing dale tbe Stat or Augnat. 1871. recorded
la Ihe office of the Itegiatrar of conveyance, Honolulu.
Oaiin. on Llber 41, page :a, and containing 80 M-100 acres,
more or leas.
If the principal of C,no Mcured by tbe said mortgage
and the interest en tbe same, are not paid at the expira
tion ef three weeks from the not publication of this notice,
Ihe whole of said premises will he advertised for sale
within thirty- days from Us.lr.trd publication of this notice,
according to UM power of salt contained In said mortgage
By W. C. Jones, their Attorney.
nonnlnlo. November 13th, liTa. t
THE AGKM FOB TUB BRITISH For
eign Marin. Innranre Company, (Limited), has re
eeteed aaatrnetiODS to redace tbe rata, ol leierane
betveea Hoaolula and Porta in Ik. PadSc. aod is now pre
pared to issue Policies -at th. Lowtlt JUttt, with a apscla
redaction oa Freight per Steamers.
T1I0. H. DAVIB3
164-ly Afrnt Brit. far. Jfar. Ins. Co. Lxmttd.
Expects per "Mail Steamer!"
From San Francisco!
Kit No. 1 Mackerel
Casks Wbittaker't "Star tlams."
Cases Breakfast Bacen, Cases Cdth,
Bnxss California Cheese, ; bbls Mess Pork,
Cases Smoked Beef, Cases Smoked Salmon,
Cases Table Grapes, Pears, Peaches,
Apricots, Cherries and Quinces!
Cases Quince Jelly. Caei Plum Jelly.
Cases Cranberry Sauce, Cases Strawbery Jelly,
Cases Blackberry Jam,
Oa-aea Miaco Moat,
Cases Asparagus. Cases Sugar Feas.
Cases Vann mlh Corn. Ca.ks Dried Apples,
White, Black and Stripes.
Cases Dessicated Apples, Tall UY OTHER Ml II TQWI
wii'unii. i ill stT of Tll. iiiauni
sT9 ISLA.XIiHlr. prolate In IH. I ataSe ..f t HHIKTI A .V
ETKAKT and M UILH.I RIK.IRT. lata f tlaenSaln. 4a
ceaaetL Order of nolle or peutlaaa for aatml.sjlrat.aaa.
before Mr. Justice II A Kill"
On reading and tiling the petition of Ttarodur Van Baars
tel, brother of M.UMa la-kart. deeeiaeo. -aad I. ISIlg ka
San Kraneisro, lallfornla. V. M.. ailagaag tkaa Manas.
S.clCart al. ii niid, atr nt Hon.Jara. SI.
widow nf th ..i.l Christian Kekart, lale .af I
ceased, died b-stat. at i Krenrteeo. (wk t". SV. mm as.
aecond day of Kepteniher. A. U. ISTS, learwasa Wat, 9mm-
t bate of which ia lapplUal for bi aafd Man Sraaaeaan. aaS
praying that ,p.. til letter, of admiiiaatrasi.,1. t-aw. aa T I .
Jonea, Jutir , of llinoluiu aforewaal, m ta.tk uf .aid siasai.
It ia ordered that rill itDA V. lis. IU day JIOVkM
BKP.. A. D, .. kw an. I amkjr hi api-aai-l Bar a-.... a
said petition before the aaad Jaaoc.. la Use eowst ruasa mi
thia rimrt. al Honolulu, at which time aad place ail par
sou. - iii. I may appear and aJauw rmucr, if any tear
have, why aalii petition ahouid not be araataat. a.,.! taai
this order be palrflalied la Uk. KngU-aS aangwaar turn tar.,
aceemire week. in Use Hawaiian UaaeUe. aarwasn I a
lted at Uoooluiu. U. I.. Nov. ad. A. D. lira.
em sav c uu,
Attest: JaaUee of ia. 'laaiaaai Claw.
Jwo. K. BaaatAas, Depaty Ctorsj. SSI at
tilttii'ir iuikt. mi n it III1MHI
I CIRl. t IT Or TMK IMWllllX UsLA.WIaa- u
Probate. In tbe matter of the nae of 1 RAM HkKri a
M ANN. late or hob. a. kaoal. ier..aed. onler .if.
or petitHiii for apriroval uf ciaima Al ei
Hon. Iiuncan McKryea.
oo reading and lun e the petition of I
mann, Admuristratnr of the i-ataie of Paana I
lale f K..l.a. K .tiai. dHceaae.!. b.i.l
agolnai the -aid estate, set (beta la a are.
Mat p-tlfl.iii. wre preaeou-d v Uie pUUaaa-r. 4uly awtb.u
ucatee with naenaary vuacaera, aad try km apfaroaad.
aad praying thai upon a day to lie appointed Ha itii saw
be examined and approved by Ilk. own.
It Is ordered. U,al1 .TmilAY u. aaa. ey ml ViV a VJ
BKH ...1..,.:. at 10 uclirt a II ii II I i Ihl aalg lull I
.1 his honibi-ra. 1 1 tbe i ourt llnoae, a
the wine ia hereby app.antaS aa the I
bearing said petition, aad that all p n. .oa tntereauad ..
tn.n ano mere npp.ar and h.w r.o., irany tae-y bar,
why the aaid t-laiuis aliouid not br proved by Ua taaan.
And thai this oriler be punllabed In the kaglaak and Hawa
iian language, la the ilaseu. and kwakias, .i .ap.pi i.
printed ai.d liubiiaked in Honolulu. Sur tbea. aawawssr.
weeks previous lo the Um therein appointed far aaad
Iiat.1 al Wahlawa, II. I., this V.th day of Ketobwe, A O.
Lan.ta.ra, a lur a
j: "ru.ni BI .
Juatir llreiil: I
etolarr. A 0
ADDERLY A COOLIDOE.
HOmtKEEPEBS AJfI OTHERS WlXE.
find Ihe excellent sugar of the above plantation as.
(H c BREWER CD.
Caski VValoats, Csiks Almonds.
Cases Swiss Milk. Cases Borden's Milk,
Cases Cutting's Gherkins, Cases Tuinato Catsup,
Cases Roast Beef, Cases Boiled Mutton,
Cases Roast Veal, Cases Assorted Soups,
Case' Quahaogi, Cases lib Lobst.rr,
Caaas StuffeJ Peppers, Cases Cn.wn Olives,
Cases Fresh Apples,
Oaalca Or an bor r 1 oss,
Prsilon 4 Merrill's Tesst Pnwder,
Cases Cora Starch, Case Oatmeal, in 101b bap.
Cases Cracked Uh .it. Caas Corn Mtal,
Cases Buokwbeal. Cases Small llomioy.
UOLDE.V GATE I'LOl'B,
FOR SALE BT
566 HENRY MAY.
dill and .1 udirc
Ml ATT I E MACLEAY,
Oreffoa Oats and Bran.
For Sale by
Per Steamer Macgregor.
Aestrallsa Meats and Soups,
Cases Ox Tongues.
Caees Sheep Tongnea,
Cases Mulligatawny Poop,
Caaea Mock Turtle Soup.
Caesar) Tail Soup,
Foa Sale by
Por 'Byron,' from
LEWIS & BROTHER8,
Cases Ti -ma toes.
Cases Utti Necb Clams, lib Tins,
Cases Fresh Hscterel, lib Tto,
Cases Aasortfltl Meats,
Cases Hnrnett't Kx tract.
Fuon n irrcR nif: iitb ixsr . .i
until ' i r:urr no tlc , the chnins; hour of ui- Rank
will b- 3 u'elock. '.. A H- m-M'ii'Ai i)
THE I NDEaSIfi VED. E.VEf'I'TORSJ of the
festaUof the late Wia. Jobnsi, ef Hon a, Hawaii,
h rreby give notice Lb.t we will pay no debts contracted in
our name after this date, wltbout our written order.
J. 1). PA It 18,
October li. 1171. M4-lt E. HOT.
fWOXG K WAI OF THE EIRIf of (III In
iNn COMPANY of Uonoluiu. have appointed my
nephew Qwong Yang of lloooi'Jln. my Attorney In tact.
Xii set for me under Power of Attorney, during my ab
sence from tbe Kingdom. WOJU WAI.
U.atolale, MoT. 1, 17. Ml
THIS INTO CERTIFY THAT I WIIX Nor
pav say debts contracted In my name after thai date
without my written order. W. u WKIMBT.
koloa, Kauai, UcL lata, 17. iti-iai
More Lime !
OLLES ate CO..
Murray and 1
HAVE aUUVEII paur Ua.
M. B. Roberts,
Hat Sale by
300 Barrel Bewt 4 illioratln l.lssar !
Which wilt be sold at the lowest prices. In other words,
ws will not be CNDEBSOLD in this article.
Caliroraila Poialoe. aad Onion !
A small quantity recdved per the Murray."
Ma- lor awl wr aOtXSACO.
Extra Oregon Flour, in Bond !
see ForSokby HENRY MAY.
Daily Expected '
PER BARK CEDER. EKOS El ROPE. A
targe bivolee or the BEST ac AUTTES,
Hnbbaok't Fainti and Paint Oils '
SS- BOLI.EH A CO.
aVlPREME I ill RT ISP THE HIWAIU1
. r InLA.MiH la Probate. In Use estate of t- o. Ala
DERI.Y.of Hmnilnluuveeased intesut. Stfcr Mr Jwatae
Jt'bO. oriier of Not . of IVtilim. for Ada.iiiiatrarlon
O. rrwdlng -I Ollrg the pelltaao of H. J. ira.LHOr.
of I Ionium, raahu, alleging ibal K. fi. AU11PRI.Y, ef Mi.in
lulu, (jahu, died Intesutest Monolelu.ilaJltkio Imm sstji 4)mj
or 'x-toher. a n I.,'.. ari'T pra.iiiff hat fetter of a
latrtk.ii laaue to him Ibe id
It la ordered tliat I KIIiA Y. the lh .lay I
a. a. IS,. V and hereby k sppAuted ror he.nng saat Pe
tition before Ihe said J Bailee, sa the sort TI af lbs.
''..irt, al Honolulu, at which time aad pi are ait pence
eoncemed may appear and enow rasa., faar ftaer have.
.iiv wir.ni.in .houul sot ne grantl. aiel thai tbSa o
n.- puuiisnea in the fcnglkm langaage Tor three i
weeks in the Hawaiian Oaxrlte. a newaaaoer In
IXSISSI uonoluiu. II. I. Oetotor S. A. D. ISIS.
a. raiscis ji'ud.
aiieat : Jo
WaLTaa R. "gar. Clerk.
Honolulu. I th September, '7l
IS THEMI'PBXXiC COL'BT tap T HAW A
lil tt tVIi.i 'if the ilct.rTerm. Kl latsal
ror .llverce. jrri,v, Nan-bant vs. HalU p.
welneuy, Octobr ItUi ISM.
In the above en titled luvl for divorc, II I. aa
tnt . wre or .llvoree fr..m Che b.,. ot laallkai nay am
entered ;n favor of the aaid Lorenao Marehaae. a easase
uf tbe aud. ttry of the s.ld 1 1 at tie P. Marcbwat, as he saaat.
aboiua afl.-r the -xpiratloa 4 tx month, fpaaa Ik 4aS
of tnls Seen., upon etmrpUaac with the I in than nr.
under snmrlent can, .hail appear to rhe cnasrwlj
And the libellani is ordered tapahaakasi alliatiil car of
touuriler. In lb Hawaiian case tte and Ka koa an Sea
peri, tor mtx waeeevalv. v,.m th. Ira imllln-aa w mm
within on month man th. das. of thai order, that ail
persons Interested, may within sis maltha, take laass
wan sun i swajwss bbswi : sM
1ST tii k rocn :
WALTER it. IE A L. Ckrrk I
: h -r-i t-.r,- i.'iat th luregolng . Tor u.-l I
copy of the original deer, in the abov moiled rasa aw
on Sle lo the i.Vrks otBe. of th. lll.l UMrt mi th.
R v..imn lalandw Aa wltn air hand aad it as mi
the Supreme oort !ht itth day of Dctoher A. D. tSTS al
llooolula. Iiiand af Oata H. I.
va tt WALTER R. HEAL, llerk I
EST C A LIFOt4.fi A OAT nAT-awwkr
son SKJLI.El A iTJ
4ald Pen syr Peebel IkailFr !
A LA HUE TABIETY. A.1DTO BE HABAT
. V un Book aad Sews Depot of
H. M. trarnn.
Oregon Leaf Lard.
A LB. CAS EM. B EC KITES per kaLKIX
M.W burg. ' For sal. by
Kay II, ISTS. BOLLES AOO