: Tit? SLR MCI
v r-v W.V.. tsd New
oxe or tiii: i i k .
t-ff A mii mat I expected from San Francisco
on Sunday or Monday next.
Steamer Kllsut-u lavcs next week on Thure
A for port on Maui and Kawsibsc. Returning
t-vT Houstktri iK-rb, nkim, and all fond of food
living should tf ibc iutd oetl prepared by Mr.
Aula of tbe lVif.iiifi.jii Market. We have sampled
it .d find it delkHUi.
"ue Bm. wlil make their first appearance
under llic Icadrrsbip o the new band-maMer, Mr.
aS-Luiidt, at the concert of Md'ile CUusun Tbiirsd.iv
E5f Two deciriuLia of the Supreme Court and a
MMMfMtap on the bill Mm MM Um l-iila-ture
rvlatitij; to evidence in court will be luuud
ou our Juurlb page.
of Penal Code, relating to public health, was then
read a third lime, and pasted with a flight amend
ment to the first section.
The bill to amend chapter 40 of Penal C -de was
then read a 'bird time, and passed with some amend
SarxxTT-EionTn Dat. Friday, August.
The select committee to whom was referred the bill
tn amend Fectionx 64 and 66 of the Civil Code re
lating to auctioneers license, reported favorab'y with
some amendments, hep n adopted.
The select committee to wh-m was referred the pe
tition of the parties who worked oq the eitension of
Schnol street beyond the stream of Waikahalulu. re
ported that omnii.-Honcrs be appnintel by the Minis
ter ot Interior for inquiry icty expenses, and to re
port before this assembly. Adopted.
The select committee to wh ai wn referrcJ the bill
when the thermometer sank to a few degrees abort
freezing point, and parlor stores were brought into
service, and winter clothing seemed comfortable. Dut
j as soon as the storm was pa?l and tbe son showed bts
face again, straightway tbe other extreme came, and
the thermometer marked 104 in the son at noon.
I Winter wraps were shed aul muslin dresses, fans and
parasols were in fashion, and " melting hot " again
I was the err. The crops of wheat and other grain
fairly laughed out, and the garden vegetables nodded
t each other in growing, a- if to say " which of us
will get onto the table first." I was surprised to fiud
such fine farms in that region of the Stat. Tbe peo
ple of the town were preparing for a grand picnic cele
bration of the Centennial fourth, and many and ur
gent were the solicitations that tbe stranger frotn the
tropics, should stay and join in it. lint my steps
were set iu another direction, and before the Fourth
I was again in Chicago, There I found the streets
guy with preparations for toe eomig gala day.
i lags ot every Mte were advertised by long stream-
ers buns from ton bottom of the treat dry coods
allowing laborer- under contracts to vote on ejection j establishments, and the stores which displayed fire
reported favorably with some amendments
J- The favorite WLfmmmt Mjafttjfj runtiinr on
lb Kjuai route, has recently been repainted hiMdc
and out, and eevt-ral chances made in tut: arraugc
ncn of her cabin wbicu will add much to the com
fort ot paaacnirt-rf. Tbe Kauiii people will be more
than ever attached to her.
MbKUoiEi.i.i: Jenmc CXaus This ammud
Tioliniftt, we ure haitpy to announce, will "five her
ttr-; k o eeit u-!i.rmw event ii;; at tbe ttyal Hs
Wtfiiun Theatre. The proamnion- wbieli we pu
elsewhere offers quite a variety, and We arc
rouSdeitt thai the occasion will be one of hib en
sjfiMM. Tbe concert will bein at S ocbck, not
aa the J waters have it, at seven and a halt P. u.
lar tfe atsatt or Aif ut. 1876
i itiwtsu. sssmt saujin tx
Cotton Captain IWs of the Prineeville Piantn
tton baa scut up u aa tuple of upland cotton eathervd
Iroqi I lew tnM gmwiin; near his boose, w hich
hbowaaiong and sluing fibre, and would be un
uriwel for the inanuljeture of paper. A phi mu
tton of tliia cotton, after It was once started, would
require but little labor besides the picking and
would continue to bear for year. Let us have a
1ST The steamer City of New York, Unptain
Cavcrly, will be due from Australia, catly on the
rooming of the 16th. (Wednesday). There w ill
probably Ik. a larue number of passi nirers on board,
as the report brought by the last boil was that
ev ry Iterth on the (ihip wm ei.iraed before 1, she
bwtsaj the la-t sUmoht which tak- Australian vi.i
r.ir- t- the Centennial at reduced lure. There will
dou 'tleas be room toiuew'liere ou board lor all who
Wih to go on In her troni here.
WOlC1,C. AVGCST. 187S.
t . i tl. arr:'. .f
M kir tars mml to & ota r.
awiire 4Bawssl truss tn j lbmg and
ana sanawaol t.ii at U urine ml
ZT" Mr. Scott Siddons is now in Sydney. New
S'tutli Wales, whence she write to a Iriend in San :
Francitco aa follow: " Our prospects here are j
rey flatter ; j My husband' old friends are latWi
of their kindness and attention. I make my dt
hut here on Mav Zh, A remarkably handsome
Fiji Islander took a great admiration lor me, and
wanted to buy me of my present lord and master.
He was w illiuj: to give six huuehea of bananas in
Mt k tniaoc wwth n'ing
. . - II '.
ttli vcikkwmt FaaaT Mar-.
a awrMC. wlndi wtl iatera!
mwmi a- Ckirtw Um.rr of Saa
im In r tMt, f Manila.
wdt . ti f be cangn on
hilMj t1tTt Uw arrival
akwm. asjHaw w Aw of tlS4.x
-mi aWS Ucanicl uUba of
I soli Masts. m-.ni
r KshM OrmI t.r wd abb.
.11 f -at Til Manila wa cV
t h C A It l et
H t ajMlnpH at 3Uat.il UtM
W aimr l law - at aff
i Mil iap aw 1 1 to Sasjsssar Bar
mf t Coieraaseut Vt
r irara UiaT O- lar I aunewt ary
asm taw aV4Mi4ttaw af aJfrae
Im la( -
DitiED Bana4". We have been shown some fine
specimens of bananas dried in Nuuanu valley by
Messrs,. Feccinitii and Co. by some new system of
MtMBMeBt)a. We are confident that there Is i
monev to be made in the business of dryiiic Iruil
for exportation. Well dri.d bananas are always
saleable in San FranciM'o, and if we choose to avail j
NMNM of the Aldcii, and other rcceully Invented
pfvWMawM, there is tin reason why we should not :
upply all the coast and interior with such fttiits as ,
we can produce, as IVHtjM with desiccated swccl
potatocs, nfto and other vi petahles.
Well Dose. The V. S. House o! lleprcficntotivcs
H pawd a hill It) pay to Gen. Sutter of California
the sum ol $50,000, in consideration of bis servi-cr-
to the carlv California im niiranti, his losses of j
personal property fur want of lejl protection, and
Vj equitio In the Soloranle Grant, rtnfirnied by the
kNW tribunal but denied by the I'nited Slates Su
preme Court decitfion; this sum to be In full satis ;
fatittM t Ui claim for Ileal land and all other claims
lor lo' or services..' A Hie pension would have
ban a tnoir ptojm way to mmbiin-c thcGcbcral,
aud the Seuatv may tuukc this change.
Laid un table.
The enrolment cimojittee reported that it has
plc.ired His Majesty to f-igo the foilowiog bills :
To make the trea'j go in force.
To amend section 1 HMPtM 37 of Penal Code.
To ameud sectious 7ao, 767 and 7. . of tbe Civil
lo amend section 1 chapter 31 of Penal Code.
To amend tbe nwa Uw.
To make all gi.ren went officer- who are not Ha
waiian subjects take the oth ot allegiaiicc.
A bill reiatini; to deceased persons.
1 he seiect rootiijittec to whom una referred tbe hill
to renlate tbe sale of awa, reported favorably.
Laid n table.
Tbe Judiciary committee to whom was referred the
petition ut J. HMlrt reported tuat the petition be
laid on table. Ad pted.
Mr. Katiealii presented a resolution that the em
mittee of n he reue-tcd to make tber report iu re
gard to tbe Leper ctlieueut by Wednesday next.
Mr. Nakalcka presented a ren!u;ion that the sum
of ptM he appropriated for improvcmeios at tbe
stream of llaiawa. Laid uu table till tbe appropria
tion bill oiiuici up.
Hon. S. K. Kaai gave notice of a bill relating to
Mr. Pilipo gave cotica of a bill to amend 527 of
the Ciril Code.
lion. S. K. Kaai read f r tbe first time a bill to
regal ite tbe c irrying of MtfNMraM in express
wagon, iioiiting tbe number to 3 passengers to one
horse team, bc-ode tbe driver. Referred to a select
committee, consisting uf Messrs. Kaai, Attorney
General, Dominic. Waterhouse, Kalaukoa.
ll'-n. B. K. Kaai read f.r the first time a bill to
regulate tbe weight which drays take for a load. He
fened to toe above c ituiuiltce.
Ou motion to allow laborers under contract! to
vote on election day was taken up and passed,
OnDF.n or THE I)AT.
Tbe assembly went in the committee of the whole
on tbe appropriation bill Mr. Waterbouse in ehair.
His Ex. tbe Minister of Interior laii before the
hue the expenses of postmasters on Hawaii, Maui,
M '!Ua , Lanai. Oabu, Kauai, amounting to $.1,200.
The item far postmaster on Hawaii which is $S00
was taken up. Pending tbe discussion the committee
took a recess at 12 u.
On re-aatembling at 1 p. v the items for tbe pay
of postmasters on Hawaii, Maui, Lauai, Molokai and
Kauai, were rejected.
For the Mall Carriers-. - f7,.26 Passed
Mr. NabaKu moved for a mail carrier between
Labaina and Kaanapali $2u0. It ejected.
.Mr. Kancalii moved for a mait carrier between
Kabului. Wattiec and Wailuku $126, Kejected.
Kxprnses of Koyal Man sole uui f ZiO Passed
or MeaanftiTa 2.0i0 "
Kxpens 'S of Uatarlac iH-piirinient 2000 "
Mr. UircU m ved to lay this item on table for fur
ther consideration on Monday. Carried.
For copying the records of tbe Award
Houa .... $3000 passed
For Road stocK .n u 1000 w
For KoaJ Damages - 1U00
with the ui.derstauding that no pait of this money
be ijiit for other objeeis.
ruad and bridges on all islands $1600.
On tuotiou Ibis item was referred to a select com
mittee consisting laf Mfiirat Bfoiliina. Urceu, Lare
bwba, liircli and Gay.
Bfflpatl of prisoners $10,000, pasted.
Pending the discussion the commi ttcc rose and the
wks and decorations seemed to be legion, ail gay
with fancy flag, deriees and colored lanterns, white
the little urchins were already getting a foretaste of
the glorious day, and popping off fire crackers nnd
torpedoe.-. iJt.jrgcrel rhyme advertisements uf 6ie
works were thrust inio the hands of every passer-by
on every corner. Pat we did not stay tu endure the
crowds or confusion in the city .but the eveuing before
took passage in a crowded train uf 10 passenger cars
which wended its slow way not into Illinois, stopping
at every suburb and crussing to let cut tbe rwaru H
eager city folki bound ' er j the day in the country.
Tne Centennial Fourth was preceded and followed by
floods of rain. In ire I for some hours on the morn
ing of the Fourth, the eaer pierickers feared their
plans for tbe dav wrre wholly upset, but tbe old say-
ing "rain before seven, e'eir before eleven " held
good, ana the wagons gay with t; ani piled foil
f happy, patriotic yooth, passed y in every direc-
i tion. cheering and singing national sonsfS.
In La (trange, one of the quietest and most heauti-
! ful suburbs of tbe city. I spent a quiet, restful day
with the family of II. II. Lyman, jr , who is now a
successful lawyer in Chicago, and who is much inter
ested in buildiug up tbis suburban town, going in and
out of the city daily on the cars. The Chicago pa
pen tbe next day, gave full accounts of the celebra
tion in Philadelphia, and all tbe other great centres.
Tbe night after, as I have already intima ed, was
fearfully ctnrmy. Lightning, thunder, wind and rain
combined, made the hours almost frightful and 9utsie
fearful casualities were reported from floods in Iowa
Of course the usual number of accidents and casu
alities resulting from the free use of gunpowder are
reported, and probably the bereaved parents and
maimed children, will have cause through life to re
member the Centennial Fourth.
tl aLBSBStt, III., July 10. Having taken a run
; off the track into this beautiful State for a fer days.I
must end my second letter with a few words about
this charming little bur. This is tbe site uf Knox
College, an institution where young ladies and gentle
men pursue their education together rerj much a at
Punahou, only here tbe ladies have a separate estab
lishment for boarding and sleeping. The friends I
visit here hive ebarge of the Young Ladies' Home,
and are now enjoying a vacation. Of course tbe
large halls, spaemus parlors and d -rtuitnries arc slill
and deserted now and seem very lonely, while the
targe dining room hoiks as u it were just loosing for
its full quota of bright, young girlish faces It makes
one almost long to see them though all would be
strangers, I find our Island views and pressed ferns,
as well as the Hawaiian Sabbath school ; a great
source of interest aud pleasure to all I meet.
I do not expect to re.icb Philadelphia immediately,
but tbe eiposit; i. wili keep, and that is the order of
tbe day now, both in city and cnntry. It is posi
tively refreshing thc-e hot days to look across the
street from this building into tbe lovely park, thick
with trees and carpeted with greenct of grass. It
has rained a good deal this summer all through tbe
West, and every two or three days there are violent
thunder storms. To-day, tho streets are so tuu Idy
thai I must forego my carriage ride until to morrow,
and at noon on the morrow expect to return to Chi
cago, li. A. C.
THEO. H. DA VIES
OFFERS FOB SALE
Now being discharged from the fine
BRITISH BARE " CLETA,"
123 days from Liverpool.
The cargo consists of a full assortment of
In large variety.
Fine and new Prints,
F.mb'd Muslins, W hlte Cottons, Denims,
Paddle. Wool Shirts, Irintcd Shirts,
Neck Ties, Silk Cmbrellaa,
1'iiot Jackets and Trousers.
Blankets, Tweeds, Drills, Stationery,
Oosneli's fine Perfumes
Vt-lvet Hugs and Carpet,
RAXMKrfE A SinS
(made expressly for the Island trade,)
Hlood. w olfr dt CVa Ale,
BdflMMda pig brand Porter,
BO I CHE'S
tin Brar.dy, Wblslcy,
tiherry uutl other l . Alcubol.
Jams and Jellies,
Cnstor OU, .
Lea A I'errlii's Sauce,
PaluU and Oil,
Iroii Hoop, Wire Fence
Corrugated Roofing, Har Iron,
Galvanised and Hollow Ware,
Tin ware, knives and forks.
Centennial Letters. Ho. 2.
IiIokeo. Bv tbe arrirul of the schooner Hoi on
Friday lust, care fnlormt-tl I bat on Tuesday and
K i d . Mi tv uf last week a cir.incrs inqitt-nl was
hi Id at Wailuku, to cm q;;ire into the cause of the
death of a native inttni-d Kuhatianttfl who di-d sud
denly at Waitdiu on Mundnv nibt. Tbe Verdict
rvmlt-rfd ae t i he ff.-el tlmi drOdWs4 eame tn
dea'li in coin' quence o! poison ndiniitistered by
a.une MM to the jurv anki'own. KaliHiiantii wilb
Ml Wife had ItMfM a least ou the day preceding
hi- d-Mtli. hut w beiber or no be i- Mipioed to have
partaken ol the pnibon nn ttiat nccaalitlt c did MM
Imrn. An utnpy wug made bv Or. ItHt . and the
Mnmaeh ufdcceabcd waa brought to Uuiiululu lor
i 1 1 t ( I I I.I
- i T t I..-:
a. Ur u Francisco.
a . Ii m Lbama
Ul fra IkdUa aasa MMs,
asiL trass Kslasnaiasj
tKnfc- 1m S-MiUwm.
Ftucs at Kl We learn thai there was a free
flbt on the Hutchinson Plantation n few days since,
MftWMM the uely arrived Cninese laborers nnd
sortie natives. The quarrel oi'minnted kg a drunken
kanaka who met one ol the Chinese on the mad, and
witb ut any provocation, commented sWeariuc at
Mm. and filially atruck Uim in the face, knocking
him down flat ou to bis back. Not eatUfied with
ibis be kicked him brutally alter he MM down, until
a canx ol his compatriots who were at work nearby
came to his relief They were armed with cane
I knivev and Went for the native wilb Ml much energy
J that his lite was In di nter, till a c inpauy of H..
w atians came to his tcni'. The fiht I lien hecuiic
general and waxed ho, and quite a number of Um
combatants on both sides received serious wtimds,
hut the timely arrival ot tbe luna put au end to
hostilities In-lorc any one was killed.
. 1st BsMalBMalB,
ra ii . V iai i-frr MMtv
aanas, CMaaaa wrtwr.
k. Vliyiii, srkasvajg-
i n aa Mmissa Mswr.
i ru i
Tnc Jamestown. This training ship, which la In
the service of the California &tatc Government, is
now fuMy due, unlet the plan of her commander
has been changed, as Indicated iu the following com
munication from Commander Qmm which Was read
at the tneettuj; of the Board ol Supervisor ol San
Gentlemen: As the State law to establish the
Training Ship requires the vessel to cruise ut K9Ht
hall the time while iu service, I propose, with the
consent of yt.ur honorable body, lo devote to that
purpose tlie monih of July and August aud part ot
j' i !n',' r. touching at Honolulu, Sand wich EfllMMM ,
Mt the purjHM-e of given the crew and boy liberty
on tborra:idgeltinglrob provisions. As the James
lown will te attsent about two monibs, 1 have tbe
honor to n quest that provison be made to enable
the coinmatiding officer to draw the necessary
amount of money for the payment of salaries ot of
ficer and men lor Jnlv and August, and lortbe pur
chase of pruvibious and anppliea.
l vi m.i t;.
asBaaWaasa.'M KsMaaas vwMsy Tu- -
arW TT rear, and 9
Ei..ia&iL and has rr-
iac . fawAaT sttt at Wia lata
wasu hii-U A laUc telegram ol
Wt-rrs Award Kill, which jasrd
by a role of 10$ to W, makes it
oort of Alabama Claim Commit
and examine- and enter judc
cmmkav mt claims, which are to be
v url i conticvod
Iwly 2i lts. Tbe firt claaa are
as dirrctlT rrMiUing Irom dtiuacc
Mi as tH (MX mi
s: Mat late r arDi
Sawaea r ' mck
'crt is to drduct any
r or paid to claimant,
i MV anx aoch p-reui-Mt
of claimanta uatl
4 claims arr to be
f fajridj ir the vrcood cImav If
10 par tbe arbolr of tbe Six
in that ciaaa sdiatl be paid
ai-r jadgmmts in the second ciaa.
I baa lately nwJcrg me an en-
aMMaMaa, ami tbe work formerly in Captain
crmorrd to that
Tr coalite of tbe Ire baa been
'7U' , Hi a-licle
a ,l...'u -...aia low, duriit
SESSION OK 1876.
Sr.TMTT-SavtsTH Dat. Thursday, August 3.
Mr. Mahtluna presented a resolution requesting
1 tba Jadiriary committee tu make their report on the
petition of Mr. J, liaalou. Laid on table till the re- t
port comes up next Wednesday.
i- r S. K. Kaai rrad fur the first time a bill to
regulate the sale of opiam. It was ordered tube
The printing eiramitlee reported that the report of
the c ojntissioner for eodtfymg the law have been
Mr. Birch presented a reflation that tbe house !
meet every Saturday as on other days. Carried.
Mr. Uireh presented a resolution requesting tt e '
Judicmry committee tu make their report on tbe hill
relating to lb sale of awa. Laid on table.
oanaa or the dat.
T ie assembly went into committee of the whole on
the second reading i f tbe bill to amend sections 14 i
and H of the Civil Code. Mr. Ilaletuanu in chair, j
After sme discussion the committee nte and tbe bill j
wa? referred to a select committee ct-nittinr of
Messrs. Waterhouse, Green, Attorney General, Clcg
The bill to amend section 233 of the Civil Code rr-
lating tu pound masters was iheo read a third time
I and assed.
The bill to amend section 12 chapter S6 uf Penal
i Code was then read a third time and pa'sad.
The biil to amend reclioo j uf the law regulating 1
! :be Bareau f Public Instruction, making the pay of !
: cum man school teachers one dollar per dav. passed. 1
Tbe assembly tuok recess at 12 at. and on re-as- !
semb ins at 1 r. m. tbe bill to amend MeCafMs 1, chap
ter 41 of Penal Code relating to furnishing liuur was
then read a third time an 1 parsed.
Tbe biU in regard to doctors was then read a third !
time and passed. 24 ayes and 12 noes.
Tbe b'il to amend section IS of Penal Code relating
to ensction. was then read a third time and passed.
Tbe bill to amend section A3, ehapter 55 of Penal
Code relating to the prac'ice of medicine, was then
read a third time and paesed.
The bill 10 amend section 4S5 of the Civil Code,
admitting certain article:- freeitf duty, was then read
a thira time, and on motion it was laid on table till
the movax of tbe biil retun.
Tbe bill to amend sections 1 , 2 and SO, chapter 59
Chicago. III., July 7, I8TG.
Dear Gazette : My last letter brought me to
Cedar Uupids, luwa, aiuce mhen, a good deul uf trar
ci and rariaWt scenes uf ii.t crest have been passed
tbtougb, so many iu fact, that I au iu great duu.
ger ol furgettitig tnucb I wi.uid like tu rtcotd.
Cbicngu strvtohes her buundaric East, West, North
and Suutb, and ibo suburhau towns eccui to extend
her preciticis many miles. The first iuipression that
I received on arm ing at the city prupur Iruiu the
North we stcru raiiroad, aTM disgust at tho depot are
rangeuieuiH. Having a vivid rcuietobrauce of ijiqc :
uf tbe beautiful depots in New Kugland many years j
ago, 1 fancied this " queeu city ol the Wet would
bare something superior to anything I had ever eeu ;
and to be ret dunu in a dirty, open space, and tbeu
walk with tbe crowd some little distance through an
uncovered, diny walk, up a 1 ug uncovered flight or
ktafw tu tbo street above, where the ouinihuases and
hue men were c ngtcgaUd, sectucd forlorn indeed.
Stnl more tunuro was the ladies' waiting room, w litre
I tut f r a f-w minutes. liugy and dirty with no
appearance of retiueuiciit abuut it, tuy first iinpress
MBJ of the city were unpleasant iu tbe e&trcuie. This
was oue of the depots ua tbe Nurtbwestrrn ruutc. and
1 bave since had to enter tn ro in various parts of the
city, hat in all of thein I find the same appearance of
being ovcrcruwded and dirty. On milking some in
quiries on this subject, I was informed that the rail
ruad companies arc, and have been for a lng time,
de-irous uf combining aud building an elcg.mt depot,
and that tbey hare been in negotiation with tbe City
Council to this effect ever since the great fire, and have
offered what they consider an adequate price for a
piece of land on the lake front which is adapted to
their purpose. But the City Council refuse to grant
it except for an exorbitant pri?e, and they will not
erect ermanent buildings until this question is set
tied, especially as tbe land they seek is in just thelo.
cation most desirable. One would fancy the City
Fathers would desire the advancement of the city
enoug 1 to grant this. During my first short sojourn
in tbe city, I was favored with a ride through many
of the principal streets, and had pointed out to me
some few spots where the ruins of the fire arc yet
standing. But what were tbey aincog such Mocks of
elegant building; which hare arisen phosniX'like to
repair the wastes T
The ride through the tunnel under the river, wben
one of tbe bridges was up and the street blocked with
carriages, (so tbst it would require some minutes be.
fore I could get a chance to pais over), was another
novel censation. Cool and dark, so that it
tinoatly lighted with gas, it was a dungeon-like place
and I had tt confess to a feeling of relief wben I saw
the faint streak of daylight at tbe further end, and
began tu emerge. Tbe more so, as in some places I
could see tiny streams of water trickling down the
arched stone sides.
The streets of Chicago where the private residences
are built, both on the South and West sides (so far as
I have seen), are very beautiful, some of them pala
tial, and building is continually going oq. A stran
ger wonders where so many rich people are to be
found to occupy all these new residence, especially
as eery one seems to echo the cry of hard times and
Mat much money. The churches of Chicago are ele
gant. The Union Park Church, (Congregational J, is
une of the n: -t modern and was erected without any
limit to expense, and in consequence is laden with an
elegant dibt. The worshippers seem elegant, too, in
dress and manners, but at a church wcleome given in
the church parlors to their new pastor and his wife.
Mr. and Airs. YanJervecr, it seemed to a stranger
looking on. that half the people present were stran
gers to each other, and for easy c rdiality and social
intercourse the simple little chureh parlors in Hono
lulu are ahead. The St, J bns Episcopal church has
erected a splendid new edifice, but with great pru
dence are worshipping in tbe basement until they
have means enough to 6nih the main building with
out dbt. After a few days in Chicago, your corre
spondent left for a visit tu a brother in the northern
part of Wisconsin. So far north in fact, that tbe
place is not laid down on tbe maps. Tbe railroad
terminates it Cbinpewa Falls, a thriving litt'e town
on t e Chippewa river, and then followed a long stage
ride of 14 miles to Rlosmer. Tbis plaee was fmnd to
he a ibrifty, growing little town in the lumber r-gion,
where a busy little stream, une of tbe tributaries of
tbe Chippewa, was driving saw, planing and fl -unrig
mills, and no doubt in a few teirs the iroo rail will
be poshed on tn tbe north, and tbe new atlas-makers
will lay down this and many other little towns on the
now blank space, and tourists will seek tbe charming
lakes and streams, far in the north of Wisconsin.
During the fortnight spent here I bad occasion to
note the sodden changes in temperature to which t bee
lands of the temperate aona are subject. Traveling
one day in ilanit melting beat, tba day terminated
tn a heavy rain sturm witb thunder and lightnirx
and the wind shifting in the night to tha northwest,
a long, cold storm of fear days aad eights succeeded.
HAVE EST,BI.ISIIK AX ASBSCT IN
HONOLULU, for the Hawaiian Island, and Ibe un
dersigned are prepared to write rtsas against
FIRE OX BUILDINGS, HEBCHlltlSE AID
On favorable let ma. 1iss4 promptly nifjiiletl
nutl inyublc tiere.
604 6m lUSUOP CO.
IN F L A T I O N.
II LWAIIAH I I,A.S.
Pipes, Flower Puts, linrtbeti-ware, Ohuvwnre.
Leather Belling. Ceb-brated Silicate Paint,
Vtfvtab.e ry Otl,
Powell DiJilryn Steam Coal,
THE UNDERSIGN ED
Has accumulated to such an extent per the Steamer
" Citv of San Francisco !"
That It needs
'X'l.iss! Ele-fiiit Stool:
COSmtSTS 01 the t'OLLOWlXU BLBSAS1
btyllsli Articles :
Ladies' Riveted Sole Leather Trunkl,
Ladies' Riveted Bridle Leather Trunk,,
Ladies' Elegant Leather Trunk,,
Ladies' Canvas covered Trunk,,
Ladies' Silt, Room Trunks,
G-rli' To; or Doll Trunk,,
In great variety and lu all colors.
Kent's Riveted iole Laatfeer Trunkl,
Gent's Riveted tiridlo Leather Trunk,
Gent's Leather Trunks,
Gent's Riveted Sole Leather Valises,
Gent' Round Edge Valine,
Gent's Rlack and Colored Leather Valisei.
Gent' Patent Corner Valises,
Gent's Pitnn Valises,
Gent's Carpet Valises,
Ladies & Children's Manila School Bags
A BEAITIF 71. UXI OF
Dolls Tx-u.rLl.s !
JUST TO HAND !
A Beautiful Lin, of
GENT'S SHOE WARE!
CORK SOLE GAITERS,
Now so (enerallr used In toe United States. Tola Shoo
l'cTl. ctly Witter Proor.
A Fl'IX USE OF JSEW SI VLES OF
RECEIVED BY STEADIER FROM NEW YORK.
Thf Weald of Wonders. Cantlr. Peltrrs t Co., London.
Ishmael, ur in the Depths, by 3fm. 8outhworth,
The Double Weddinjr. or Hi.w She Vat Won.
Heat Howard' Temptation. t,y Mrs. Warfleid.
Mrs. Hate's Receipts for the Million.
Wid lifleld'a New Cook Book. Revised edition.
The Family Save 111 00m. book.
fttttf Pardor's Mfe's MtruBSle.
Dumas' Conscript of Day of Napoleon.
MM Lester's Receipts for Cooking.
Indiana, a novel, by fieorge Sand.
Lord Montague's Page, by ft. V. R. James.
NonlhoriTa California and Sandwirh Islands. New edition
Motherly talks to Young Housekeepers.
Chltty's Rlackstone. 2 vols., sheep.
Whlttier's Child Life, in poetry.
Wrinkles and Receipts, for mech-mlcs, engineers, etc.
Carolina CUegieusa, containing all the American College
Woodward's National Arrhltect, with platea.
Mary Howltt's Poems of National History.
History of the Robhlns. richly Illustrated.
Art Recreation ; a guide to drawing and painting.
Homes, and How to Mnfte Tnem.
t'p ton's U. S Army Infantry Tactics,
Cpton's U. 8. Army Cavalry Tactics.
F"or Snlo "fcy
H. M. WHITNEY.
J" 33 "OT ELRY !
Ol all Kind aud Latest Design.
Watehe; io Gold aud Silrer,
Locket,, Locket and Neck Chaiai,
Chatalaim, Oeot'f belt Chaim and Guard.',
Gold King!, Diamond Riugi,
Silrer Fork, aud Spnont,
BMf Cake i Fuh Koirei,
Silrer Butter Kditc,,
Sugar S! ell,, Ac.
Ladies yon are Resppclfully Invited to
EXAXIXE THESE XK r GOOOH
Before Purchasing Elsewhere.
mtm M. MclNERNY.
A. M' WAYNE.
Cor. of Fort & Merchant Streets,
IMPORTER and DEALER IN
DRUGS AND MEDICINES
Chemical Acids and Patent Medicines
J. COMPLETE X.X3TXJ OIT
TOILET AND FANCY GOODS
By E. P- ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On WEDNESDAY, - - Ang. 9th,
At Dnir-pnsl S A. JI.. at Sales Room.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
By C. S. BARTOW.
Vt SsSn-les It 00111.
Fine Print. M-Jlinr, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottona, White Cotton,, Merino,
Viet aria Lawn,, SilkUanilkercuivfj,
Hemmed Linen Haudaerebief,,
Ilarrard Stmt', Fane; Flannel Oretihirtl,
7Vool Slan Wis!
TurViah Towel, fnr Batbinjt,
Blanket,, White Shirt,, Amtliea( Denima,
A uv..le Stripe. Cnttnn Drill, Br.lliant,,
Fine Twee.l Suit,, Bed Quilt,.
Merino and 't n Under, hirts.
Felt and Straw Mat,, Ladie,' lime,
Meu'.- Soek,, Bridle, and Bits,
Trarelint; Bae. Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
Rati Brandt Kerosene, Card Matcher,
Yeaat Powder, Sardine,. Wrapping Paper,
Soda Cracker,. Clothe, Pins, liam,,
Bacuu, Candle,, Pickle,, Tobacco,
Cifcar,, Fine Tea, CJ,ler,,
Aie Handle,. Salt. Wa,h Blue, Pain Killer,
Brown Sugar! Crushed Sugar!
Twenty Barrels Beef.
One FINE CARRIAGE HORSE,
very rat, od food unritr the saddle, lmte tbe property
of Mr. Chapter.
Three Cords Firewood.
On Two-wheel Cart,
ONE HOISTING GEAR,
One Stall for Hone.
. P. ADAMS. Auet'r.
ON THURSDAY. - - Augnst 10,
At 10 o'clock a. w.. at Walce-Foom. will be aM,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
By order of the R S. Coneol :
A WATCH AND EFFECTS,
of I- W. Clark, deiiaanl.
Boxes of Bread,
Kegs of Sugar,
Large Bath Tub,
VARIETY of OTHER ARTICLES.
& S. BARTOW, Aucfr.
CUTTING'S AND LLSKS
CALIFORNIA CANNED FRUITS.
WEDNESDAY, - - Aug. 8th.
at 12 o'clock noon, at Salesroom,
10 Canes Cutting's Table Grapes,
15 Casia Lusk's Table, reaches,
15 Cases assorted Table Fruits,
10 Cases assorted lie Fruits.
E. P. ADAMS, Aact'r.
LIVERPOOL and LONDON and GLOBE L0I1BI PIANO FORTES
a aa nil r a ri a
Beretania Street !
For Sale or For Lease
A HAKMOME COTTAtlK, PLEAatAST-
I ly lociitt-d, with u.ir : -i Ac. contolnlngptirlnr. three
UatdlWMn, t'-'0 CaOMtBi dining room, kitcl.eo and
pantry, bathroom, aervants house, carriage btMM and
stable, all very convenient, and in perfect order. Apptv to
Ml If linti) STANflENW Af.P. M D.
riisir: I di;rsk.m;i HATfUfl BEEN
duly appointed Adminlairabr ot the Fstate of late
Thomas J. Wilkinson. f l lupalakua, deceased, requests
all persons indehtel lo sal I estate to make immediate
rayment. and ah persons hxrlng claims against this
estate lo present the same within six months irom date
JAMES bMYllI, Administrator.
Ulupalakua, June 3, ib'6. Im-3u9.
BY CEDER OF C. H. LEWEE3, ESQ.,
WEDNESDAY, - September 20,
At 12 oVIoek, noon, on the uremlsea. will be offered
at Public Auction, if not previously sold at
THAT VALUABLE PROPERTY
j on the corner of Oeretania and Alakea Sts., now
owned and occupied by C. li. La-veers, .. .
: With all tbe Buildings and Improvements
I The premlsea hnve n fruntHge ot about 10 feet on Bere
j tflnbi Street and a depth of about 175 feet on AlakeaHtreet.
j 'lhe dwelling Hoiis.- is well and substantially Hunt ; Is two
! and half Morfes in heignt. with veranda in front and
rear. On the first lloor Ls a large nd handsome Parlor,
fpnnoua iiitll, i;:tng KOom, I'tntng floom, Pantry and
tore Hoom, Four arge lied Rooms, with Closets and
Hath Roosn on Vppt-r Floor. Qovernmeut water Is laid on
First and Second Floors
lu the rear Is a large and Complete Kltrhn, Two
Carriage Houses, Stable, Wash I! Ac. The (.rounds
are Covered with a Variety t,f Tropical and Imported
Trees and Plants.
Thf M hole Estate is In every rvspect first class, and wll
worthy th attention and lamination of any parties de
siritig a handsome and convenient dwelling tn a pleasant
and centrally located situation tr- TITLE, PKRFKCT.
For further In formation, apply on the premises, or lo A.
J. Cartwright, Esq.
E. P. DMS, Aort'r
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands,
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF XEW YOU.
ECONOMICAL LIFE INS. CO.
IN THE WORLD !
ALL CASH !
Now is a Good Time to Insure
None Bnt First-Class Bisks Taken
598 lo ort it r. WITH WILDEB c
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
1 I ON -
OS KK tMiXaBLE TEBMS
I h.N r Famll rcaUlrncr.
Several Btoilcllxis laotas.
For parliculara apply
J.1ME.1 8. LEMON.
the 1101 si: la iiki.y (mm run
by S' r. S. M. Carter, sltuattit at the corner of Far
Walls and iunrhtm 1 HtS. Possession gl..o in.mv
ately. Apply at the
S 3id M AKSHAL H OTVU K
Desirable House Lots for Sale.
AM Mli:it. I Of Hon the Kl aVAAKAM A
PLAINS, farurnhly situated for building purposes, ar
or sale at reasonable prices. For terms and other par lira
rs emiuireof 567 Im H. B. I OLE.
CHAS. T. ROLGERS, M.D..
PI I V s 1 r I N l III RUROX,
OiTice lJolnlis If. Strehx's Drug htore, comer of
Fort and Ho, i streets. Honolulu. Jm-40S)
,1 I M is TO I.FT, In is .: -Ir:ti..,
and central locaLon, lite Him ht huva
been ur- upcil until now by Jiu'aje W. C. Jouea,
tf-599. Apply to I1UUO 1 A.Nl.ENWALD, M.P.
NORTH WEST LDMEER !
A Itl SIIUM OF IIOVOTal I.!'. EM
PLOYMENT lii a whotaale or retail establishment.
inthlsrity. inquire at Gazette Office. 604 tf
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
The nun ra lot os khha ht-,
ncctipiotl at present by Mr Cbunahnon. t, for sal..
For particulars imiuire of lit. CUL'OIIOOf or T.
Columbia River Salmon.
UEcnTsnnm nv peb rnikim-rK"
14 day, from Portlaotl,
Rarrt l, SALJI'lN BELLIED,
Hair barri la ditto ditto,
Half barrels No. I SALMOX.
For sale by
July, IS7. (601) BOLLKS A C.
TUE RIGHT ARTICLE FOR FAMILY L'SE !
Mora l rorirrrriir .il llinn Wood !
, Fort, King and Merchant Streets.
Nor' We,t 1 inch Board,, Nor' W,t 1J Plank,
Nor' Wait li in. Plank, 2. 3, and 4 in. Plank.
Nor' Wait Tonguad i, (iroorad Board,, 1 and I J
Nor' Wait Surfaced, 1 in. U and 1J.
Nor' Wait Scantling, all aitej.
Nor' Weat Timber, all liiai,
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES
Wilder & Co.
CM riZL S AND REMIDEJfTH OF IIOVo-
LULL", Vlaltlnc Krienda and Straita;era generally are
cordially invited to attend Public Worship at FORT HT.
QHUBOHi wUereServices are held every Sabbath at II
o'clock A. Hi and :. P. M. Seats ate provided for all
wno may be pleast-d to attend. There la a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at 7 o'cJocs:, la the Lectors
Room , to wbk b al I are welcome. : i if
AHUPUAA OF HONOKAHAU
For Sale !
Perfumery, Hair Oil, Soap Toilet and Sa
chet Poicder, Combt, Hair JBrushet,
Tooth Brushes, Nail Brushes, &c.
BATH, SURGEON & CARRIAGE SPONGES.
STAB MILLS MEDICATED PAPER!
PARTICULAR ATTEXTJ0N PAID TO
SUPPLYING PHYSIC1AXS, SHIPS
AXD PLANTATIONS WITB
fJT Physician, Proscriptions carcfullj preparad
Da or Night t
(90 Ijr (Night BU)
TERMS VERT FAVORABLE ! LONG CREDIT!!
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
EXCELLENT INVESTMENT !
HAVrara Hi:r IXNTRIXTED BT HRS.
H. 8. ItOiiKIfDON, iaarduvi of Florence Robert
son, flrace Robertson, and AJeiauder O. M. Rohertson,
minors, I shall tlTer for sale in front of the Government
Buildings In the city of Honolulu, on KATE KD AY tfc
I 'Jill Dmy of A I 'tvt'MT. A. I. 1H7, at the boar of
12 o'clock at noon, the Abunoaa of Honokahau, under a
license from the lion. Charles C Harris, Associate Judge
of the - L. f'oort, sitting as Prohate Judge.
The said A hopuaa la a part of the estate of the late
Ronoiable Ceorg M. Ilobertaon, and la sltaated la Kona,
Ilawali, extendinf; from sea to mouiitsJii, and will be sold
by its ancient boundaries. The title Is perfect, and all tbe
Interest In tbe said estate, not i.nlr of the aforesaid
minors, but t.t all other persons will be sold.
Tbe Ahupuaa of llonoitahan Is most favorably sltaated,
cont ains a large area of wood land and an excellent Fish
Pood and fishing right; is situated In tbe delightful region
of North Kona. near to Kallua, and contains a large quan
tity of the best possible Land for tbe cultivation of coffee,
oranges and other fruits, and Is admirably tilted for other
agricultural products. Tbe land has never been surrey ed,
but ls siti'l to contain anout .". acres or more.
It will be offered ai an upset price of fl-OOO. and the terms
wili be most liberal eon of the purcnaa money to be paid
on delivery of tbe deeds, and tbe balance, in I equal notes
payable In 1, 2, 3, and 4 years nspsctively with lawful In
ure t payable annually secured mortgage n the premises.
But the purchaser mar. If he ihone. py a Larger portion
of the purchase money or tbe whole of it on delivery of
As this Is a Guardian sa-'e. and all Ibe proceeds of tbe
sale must be Invested as a trust fund, under the direction
or the ronrt. It la not doot -d. that If It become dratrable
Fir the porch-aftpr the Sim), 3rd, and 4th notes may be al'
lowed to remain on the property for a loogei period If tbe
Interest Is paid regularly.
This furnishes an aicraordlnary opportunity for persons
with small means to secure for tbeaisclvss) aa eligible
location of a profitable description.
tar ciiA . coo ex. Auctwot.
Per W. H. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
LUMBER ! !
1 Inch Board, I, 1), and 2 inch,
Rough Surface 1 1 in., U. It, 2 and 3 in. of
TUB BEST QUALITY.
Choice lot of Bed Wood Shingles
3x3 Posts. Red Wood ;
4x4 Porta. Rad Wood ;
4 x Posts. Rad Wood all 7 ft. long.
Also, Red Wcod Split Polls.
1 SIS DF BED li SMITH.
lV.ugb and CUar.
RUSTIC SIDING, CAPB0AEDS,
Tongae and Oroored Boards, Bad Wiod ;
Tongue and Oroored Boards, Red Wood, li ;
Doors. Windows & Blinds,
ALL SIZES ;
NAILS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
Oil, White Leal, Zinc Paint,
Chrosao Green, Paria Oraen. Chrcmo Yellow,
Red Lend. Black Paint, Varnishes,
Raw and Burnt Caber, U ail.
Full Asst. of Glass, Fatty, Ac, &c.
White Ash Plank.
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER ASO BORDER.
ptT- Orders from the other Island tiled with,
aar and diapateh.
Ml la UWXBS m BICKHOX.
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