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K-aw uk lit tatifr part T titt wak.
otes or nii: i i k
WThr Lortaiennua will shortly sail for the Mex
ican coast, order having been received to this effect.
tST We Iran) by Ibe steamer KiUaea that the
Rct. C. Searle, late of Australia, died during the
pal week at Lahaina after a wrrk's illueaa.
t3F Stcrroc...ic views l ihe Hawaiian depart
ment it ttie Centennial Exp-.. ion, in sets of three
taken from various point., und furnifhiuc a mott
er1rct idea o! iu appearance, muy be found at the
Oc re-assembling at 1 p. u. the assembly weqt in
the committer of the Wbola to consider the Appro-
i pristion Bill. Mr. Kaaai io chair.
Hit Ex. the Minister of Foreign Affairs moved to
reconsider the item for repairing government build
ings at $15 000. Carried. The item passed as sneh.
Salary of Collector General $8000
" ol Dvty OaaHBMt' .
" of HarlKlr klaater . . . .
SriRiTCAL Expose W'c learn that on Thursday
evening next, Mr. Cnsimn will give an entertaio
toent lu a select company lit the parlor r Use Ha
waiian Hotel, a bt't) he will reveal aonje ol the trick
ery practiaed by mediums
. aaa asj caasaasai nib ariib tb iftajftssaai
tftal cW ae p-r.. IVw wawaaat sasiy
lmm-mma um rf saidana. valwtMl at 4-btiiJ-v.liiaMH
4Jan TW aaiamr
naWaal a at aa and. mm pr4nt rrlv
a Wvaffd W ftm ISSSaSj We do But
mm aa caw eaiaa of tauaa Hutt " Sn
d. aa cwaasaa4 aa aniU tiamed
JfiTT. wfcwa tim tir rros taa a
taw atawaaa of iatraaaetl caf.tal and
Home Again U p rejutee to welcome home our
fn-t.d ho arrtvi d on the eieanter on Thureditv
laat, "everal 4t whom have beaei klafefjcsl for u t utn
ber 'if rnonttiR. Among them Wt mstaj the iiauie ol
Krv. 8 C. D.uuoii. H. v. W. Frcar, Mr. and Ufa. L.
McCulIt, Mr. and Mre. DilUuuuam, Mra. J. Paty,
Mr. and Mr. Wateihuue, Mr. C. Wall ana others.
i i.- i. a tiuatd . .
On motion the report of the committee- on military
was then taken up.
Got. D uninis stated tbat the expenses of the stand
ing army fr one year are at follows.
1 Captain at
2 Lien tenant ,
2 s-rcriita . ,
4 ir ll-. ..,
2S Bati'l liti
I H u I BSaMftsr ,
1 D.a?b.r f.r ..
For B aai and diluting
. .$ n.00 per moot b
.10 00 M
.. 17 J
. I 500
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I Wifc aa asM oc to sail savii after te Mali
ewe. ojiCti waat F'SaaJ laet. or a yamuo
sT eft sat tT eftft MO eftl. I.I .
A Si i.fiETioN. There art- many who are k tt
priaoner al Home by buHi)t'b or it her circuiualan
ce. Uoe C"uietiiiUl year, and find it imp s6ibie to
visit teat great event ol the year the Exposition at
PhiUdcrjihia. To all such it wuulu be a ureal pica
urr to iiaten to a grapuic account ol the World'
acboul from ihe lipa ol one w ho ftaw been Usefe and
Mudn-d well the leoi)8 there tauglil. Such a tine
is the Rev. Mr. Diid ui. A Ulk, not u Moid lecture,
tnt au ot baud talk, (row him Would at tract many
Iietcucra, and be a rich treat. Where lb the lecture
cutumlUec of the V M. C A ?
Making a tatad of ftM.421 br one veer and aked
$fi0'Hi mmn fr huild:ng up a ne baitery Total f..r
two years will be $)S.S49. and fur sapplyinj; military
II id II. Kuihelnni mtred tn lay the item on the
table till to-morrow, and tnoeed to recnidertbe item
for the silarv el Inretor QeaaraJ mt obnols.
Tbe il u-e got mixed u. io debating on t b i e SeV
jecand on motion the committee raaaj and Ibe As,
sembly a lj urued.
aaaa li.asar , ftTaddeli. 6 days
C aa. fr.aa Raltalal
f ui M.Ookat.
bSaaau teaaa Ce4tai ana Wasaiia.
roeai. SJB dare fruaa UoagSluug
. 4 Naa :ai .
A Hawaiian Scout. One of the most active
scouts in tbe employ ol General Crook ie a native
Hawaiian, who gee by the mime ol Gouiwrd. He
rrccivt-a $1U per d.i for his raVHteUe eetvic a aid
lias on one occasion at leaet. sitved the wh"le army
from destruction. He has lived;; most uiivt muious
hie since leaving his native land, having wandered
rd Porta. I
i Haas aa . Itir ,UJ?U 'be wilds ol N-w Mcxscaa, um! tteaa wj-h
tbe Indians iu various places, until he was finally
adopted as a keiki hmai by the now famous Sitting
Bull. Alter the commencement of hostilities he de
scried the M l." a .tnd joined the American uriuy '
where be bas proved an invaluable ally.
rd, f.a- Port Ian 1
.Im ftarfi. f.
let!, fjr ay doe j
faer P M CSti ot I'nwcw.i
rffll Larkawaaaa. 1 bt haninork
ani"i, ia 7 plo
liraahok, 'i Ubl-
k LaidwaTe, Z
a a1 laa. ftl .bla
aaaaW W it ti. JO a;
. V oar atooi. baa nail, s caae
The Tkeatt Oft Maui The ecbooner Nettie
Merrill aailed from this port on Friday decked out
with flig In honor of the Treaty, the first news of
w hich she carried. As she upproHchcd Lutiaina she
was seen covered with a rainbow of colois, und
j with the American Dag at tor racist head. Ibe ex
i citement on shore when the uullant captain Crone
j lauded, was unbounded, nalivesaiid foreigner being
; equally jubilant over the good lo ws. It sprend like
i j wild-Ore, and carriers started v jib t he Qeftette Extra,
which was soon distributed al Wailuku, Mktrao,
Haiku and Ulupalukua, and everywhere the tidings
wt tii flairs were ruieed and a holiday given to all
Ifiri r To Titr. Kii.at'EA -A sho-t lime after
laaaVfteg port iu Mond-ty sjwelrtaft, in mid-channel, r f
if tbe b -ilers f the -teuuer Ctteant ft sfteM red to
leak. She kept on however, and arrived at La oiina
ab ut 8 :C10 teeterday morning, where all the Maui
passengers were landed. As ( Hj tain Marchant did
ff ibe -tormv Ha-
Ninett-Fifth Dat. Thursday. August 24.
The eiect oomiuinee to whom wa referred tbe
i iteui for repairing wharves recommended tbat tbe
' item be pasted al $10,000. Laid on table till the ap
i pr onation bill eoiues up.
Mr. Xrthuku read for tbe first time tbe bill to
amend iecti"n I44S of the Civil Code, relating to de
ceased per to who leave no beirs in Ibis kingdom.
Hie Ex. tbe Attorney General read for the first
time tbe hill to regulate the -ale und mixing of medi
cine, rtawtfl to its second reading.
Mr. Preston gave notice of a bill to amend chap
; let 3y of the Maaasaj law of IS74.
Mr. Halstead gave notice of a bill imposing a tax
Order or tre Dat.
Tbe house went in tbe committee of the whole on
tbe bill to amend tbe law for witnesses to testify be .
' fore any court, on its sec ond reading. Mr. Water
i bouse io chair. The bill was read by sections and
parsed. House tok a recess at 12 ft.
On re-a-seinb z at I p. v. the house went in the
! committee of tbe whole on tbe appropriation bill, Mr
Nawahi in chair. The item for tbe support uf mill
, tary $aS.S4(l was then taken up.
Hon. G. Rhodes moved that tbe military be i t.e
away with, that $10,000 be appropriated for ten royal
guards a. i $0t00 fur a battery at Fisherman's Pi. int.
During tbe debate the house adjourned on account
of the pad'tge uf tbe Tieaty.
. '' ' n..t think if mfm m r.-L id.
lea alioaS. I I
makua coast in her criipea cotiditmn, he d-ctded to
Honolulu, where the steamer arrived last
k mie. 1 pomp.
e 4woe. 24 4t aide.
eveniug at half past five
Pbe will be ready
x m4a-. 440 acke flawr.
; oosu ttaa
iv at- e
: bt p-an. 22 bxt apj.les. &
ft Bi.p, 2 cat cliioa.
to leave again to-day or to-morrow.
T" There is a prospect tbat our report of Ihe
Centennial celebration on Ihe fourth ol July in Ibis
city will obtain a place in tbe Memorial volume,
which Congress 1ms ordered Io be prepared, giving
an aceount of the proceeninirs which look place on
that day in every city ol the United States. We re
ceived a letter by Ihe last mail from the Libruriun of
Co igreae, aCateesftrlrsasaw receipt of a copv of ihe
Hawaiian Gafteltc of July 5, containing Dr. Wo. ds
address and the account ol the celebration, and
staling thul it Would tic placed al tbe dieposal of
the compilers til ibe Memorial Centennial Volume,
which will te issued by order ol Congress.
paw brie ft I? Allen. Ad S th-dS
i NjeaaaaB oft. SJ6 aasapt v cawka. 66 esftft
rn a j Btaa. aaar r ft sty 4 teas ftmeimy. An "ia
I r- H-asa, 1 I paarwrwa. USowssa Pa la. ll bote o
SV Waood, pee 4o ft to J A F-ifclnt.urr. ftabafts
MB asapa asapa oft Saapa rice CS lnnrle ItaoafMM, 4 cwo
2 i..;;. i4n
it. 1 aki
An ttark DMoftoW .
- - r ttaasa. Owptaat, Greor.
1 I Si - Ajr IS V MSaaeftoftfl Hare
ftesftt. AaftftV fteaa taftft. hatding
(ft -ft ha fjosam, oIcaa soadaas;
i. I Inadina.
w ea eaaaoSkoft. ?oaito. drhraiic
Hoo ft. a fVoMor . Hnire44. 4-orftaiartac
SairccLiXG. During the cUy of the steamfhip
! I iiy of Sau rranci-c io our h .rb -r, on her last trip
to tbe Colonies, two Chinamen connected with ber
were caught io tbe act of smuggling opium ashore
One of tbe Custom House officers, while on duty, no
tice t a t'htniman appronchiug tbe gate of Ibe steam
boot yard, walking Ininety ond apparently in great
agony. U.iou being qaeli -ned, be complained of
boils oo ois legs an l seemed very anxiuus about their
welfare. The officer deeming it bis duty, se.zed bold
f bis legs and commenced investigations despite the
piteous appeals of the " would hc-iojfferer.' Tbe
b -ila turnel out to he tnree MM of crude opium
neatly lied around the catres of bis ''. Later in
Vr ' 11 ' thi e v e t i ' i ii ii i In r t eiest ial a t temistodl laaata waauia
k peraonal j , " r
I hag of opium. coQtaining 22 tins, off iftftt boats wait.
t caae ing ouUide "1 Ibe strmuer; but tbe boats were seen
m time and warned off by the Custom House officer.
The Chinaman then weal ashore, stole a boat from
K'tbiuenc's wbarfand it being dark night succeeded
in getting it alon.r-ide (be steamer without discovery
Hie confederate dropped the bug of opium into the
boat, and he made off with tbe Custom llou-e officerj
in hot pursuit. Foursbott were fired at him which
drove him into tbe water. He was cnu-bt alongside
tbe bark Canoma, anchored in the stream, and the
b at nut far from hiin, with tbe opium still io it
Both Chio.imen were tried and found guilty, and not
beiog able to pay tbe fine were sent to jail.
B E88ieH OF 1876.
leatSilleaartuuii. Mra J Pat. M T Keen.
. Mr a. Mortisaut. T H J tinftto. a. d
ra. asr e-!f ft? t Atlaft, Aug 36 Wm.
p Metoe KUaooa. Aoffoet 9A S P
A traa k- UUa. Vaa Cle. J(MCpH
a aoc aervont Dobmh Jonner, C H
A KaftaapJOOartor, ft ft Gilavw. Mrs
rfttiiA ei.. Ml Km uee. Leleu, wile and
SR, per Kflaoea. Awrnel 3-J A
.M.koe. oftMaft Wills, W
of Waa Fraacioro, Am 25
. Mfcai Caau. aoa TS thruuti
J A Faikiaborg. Aug H
ftark Mare BeU ftoberU.
1 aUoorta. Mre E AUya.
arft T C ftorraT. Ac 3
: Haoroy. 'ftra R .t- r
ooaaoaft, Mra Lake H erotic Q
bark Can.der.. August 3
t ft t OK ft Is ft .
nc J J VT4MVUX. Com
9a A Of 1ft. vA a as, aa
; vmuV all war
ft Ml ftwrvftsl of U Mall Stramer aty or Sao
rrasaroar n. bae for ign adrkt-s to August 16.
ftftaft ease bccwMcraied to the Pee rate, under
tt tUroft DesaW-i ; and Qaeva Victoria baa I
Mftrraptat from Hone Kong
it Hare, which bad been
auBtbocitfteft, at Manilla, baft
cable to Australia has been n
wer traiAtOiilled ou tbe lOtb
baa swarded $3O0.t0
of ffc-r French aud Ger
killvd by tbe mob in
decided to issue
emirraacy U Uar aaaosiut vf IV I lee n oi ill iocs of
Tft. Usutawy tbe Treaeu7 bat atopped the
at the t'bilAdclpbla and
we rfter ibe See Franc ico Mint
: to cbee-i :be actual export.
aSMaMs.Jeeft oftfc 4 fvau-4 fteasoMtlfttioft took
? -saw sa tbe Mbeibi as? that city but ereaing. ia
aw of ebe Ainnii Caaataaaaial. Thirty tboo-
faftftftaftt. oftftbft f Par.iaaaeftt, made u address.
ftjeeeftioft. Tbe crowd
baa ft display offera-
lisesftr ftrfteswr Fa
sea: bt tat cVftaftfta
f aWftftt. ',M'-
lea TowftcasV. Gt-rrrrmrn
h .. -a.
Tfta Tftrkftwk C-erroirrt
NifETr Focbtb Dat. Wednedoy Aug. 23.
Tbe select committee to whom was n erred tbe
items for the salaries of Collector General and all the
officers of tbe Custom bouse report el farorabiy on tbe
items in tbe bill, and asked that tbe same be passed
and the bill adopted .
Tbe majority of tbe select committee to whom was
referred tbe bill to indemnify tbe Minister of Finance
for tbe spending of $3.197 64 without tbe authority of
the legislature, recommendtd to indefinitely postpone.
Laid on tbe table till tbe minority report cornea up.
Mr. Pilipo the minority of the above select com
mittee reported tbat tbe bill be indefinitely postponed
for the reason tbat tbe Minister of Finance paid for
funeral expenses of tbe late Kamebameba V. which
bills were paid lung before.
The select committee to whom was referred tbe bill
to benefit parties who owned land by water for irri
gating purposes, reported that tbe biU bas been con
sidered, and amended, anl asked tbat tbe same be
passed. R port crdered t be printed.
Tbe select committee to whom was referred the bid
to j. reserve woods and forests reported tbat tbe same
be passed to engrossment. Report a iopted, aod to
be read a third time next Wednesday.
The minority ot the committee of thirteen who
were sent to MoUkai reported tbat the petition from
' tbe lepers complaining of tbe Board of Health be
indefinitely postponed. Laid on fable.
Ob suspension of tbe rules, the o imuatttee on Mili
tary, reported that tha committee bad consulted on
the matter and recommended the passage of $70,000
and to be spent in tbe following manner.
for standing army f&S 540
Man Ova .
" iteiobaao Guard
' ELaaauao Guard. . .
ha peeseeel fta teas Capaaara
'i ' sift I sweii . Tftaanr was
makinr a total of f 70 606
and that the aalatiog battery at Puoina be moved to
Fisherman's point, and petition that tbe petition from
Puna asking todoaway with tbe soldiers be indefinitely
postponed. One of the member of tbe said committee
rare his figures for tbe expenses of military at
$52.S40, and for building up a new battery. $6000.
On motion the bill giving some privileges to soldiers
in the standing army was reconsiderod. and referred
to a select committee consisting of Messrs. Barenaba,
Halemana, Birch, Leleiohoku and Wilder.
Mr. Kalaakoa read for the first time his bill to
ebenge tbe Hawaiian flag. And on motion of Mr.
Waterhouse tbe bill was indefinitely postponed.
Tbe house took ft recess at 12 at.
Niktv Sixtu D r. Ftid y August 25
On HUpeneliHi ol the julcs iMr. MabaJto read h jo -tit
ion t-igncd by 22l tunx s prayiig ibat (Ji-ftug and
Bole sb uid be taken at I UU cents iu value UvterreJ
to Finance Committee
Toe ffftftttafj Coiumi.tee, tu whom oTfta refeneu the
peMMoO eijgntd by 10 'epers ( Kstfawass, prnyiug Ihal
they be allaftftd to returu h jiue. reported that the pe
tition be laid on the tab.e to! Ibo bill to tbat effect
emet up Ad j pled.
The seleet committee to wb m wa; referred tbe biil
autboiiziug tbe Minister of Interior to sell the gov
ernment bxftfts at auction, when for sale or le-e. re
ported that the bili be passed with some ameudments.
Laid on The table.
His Ex. the MinisUr of the In'.erior in reply to the
resolution asking if there was any money leit from the
la-t ftftprupriation for the road? on tbe island ulUahu,
said that ail the uioney bis been "i e it.
Mr. Kairtuka i r. euted a resolution 1 hit the Min
ister T Interior be requested to ask ibe palfftftter
tiener.il not to prevent natives from addlii.g in tbe
steamer's ebed. Laid on tbe table.
U ho Kit op Ti! b Dat.
The bill to reguia'.e tbe currei.cy was then read .-
second time, referred to select c Iftftktft consisting of1
Mas ITS Wnterbouse, Walker, (Jtceri, Dftftf and Pi.ipo
Un Bftaftjaaj nic u . went in tbe e mmittec of ibe
Whole to con cider tbe ap( ropriation bill. Mr Eta
wahi iu chair.
Support of Military, $5S.840.
Mr. Bafcasftka moved to $3j.StO. Mr. Kauai
mved to $70,000.
Pending the disftftltiaft the aembty tfteH a recej-p
at 12 m. Ou re-acsemh ing al I p. m. tbe ftwtfoft to
suspend the ru.es was cornel and the E troll
ment Committee rep rted that it bns pieced
ajett to f'iu the res- bfttsee appropriating $6,jU0
t r ihe eeireal expenre uf the preeeut SCSSbia.
After a loot: debate' on the military appropriation,
in wh:ch Mr Pilipo tpefce iftlwwgle egabftal it, the
moiion to taaert the item at $70 OUO was then put and
lost, 10 nuyd and 17 bVftft,
Mr. Prest nfe motion of $46 000 was then put and
lost, ol nay- and 6 nyes.
Mr. Pi.ipo's motion of $40 000 was then put and
lust. 33 nay.- and 5 ayes.
Mr Xu.kfileka'e motion of $15,000 was t en put and
lost. 30 nas uul 10 aye.
Mr. Rhode- of $16,000 was then put and lost. 16
nays and lb ayes.
On motion tbe committee rose aud the assembly
Nisbtt-Sevhstb Dat. Saturday . Augut 26.
His Er. the Minister of Interior in reply to a reso
lution inquiring the Mtftoft why the native pe Idlers
were driven out uf tbe steamer sbed oo Thursday
last, said tbst tbe wharf was crowded with people
and that there was no room for loading and umoad-
Mr. Halstead read fur tbe first lime a bill to tm
1 pose a tax on incomes. Paired to its seoond reading.
Mr. Birch pre.-eutcd a resolution tbat tbe Minister
of uteri .r be requested to issue notice that Saturday
tbe 2nd of rieptemoer wiil be observed as a day of
tbaokrgiring and holiday oo account of the pasaage
of tbe Treaty.
His Ex. the Minister of Foreign Relations replied
that no official notice of the final passage of tbe
1 Treaty Bill in the United States Senate bad been
received from our Minister Plenipotentiary. Resolu
' tion laid on table.
Mr. Kaai moved to reoonider the vote of the pre
vious day on ibe item for support of military. Mr.
Nahaku moved as an amendment to postpone tbe
consideration of the item till Monday next in commit
tee of tbe whole. Carrie i.
His Ex. tbe Attorney General gave notice of a bill
to repeal chapter 23 of session law of 1874.
Ordf.r or tbe Dat.
The bill to license pork-butcbers came on its sec
ond reading Indefinitely postponed.
Oo suspension of tbe rules Hon. S. K. Kaai pre
sented a resolution that tbe Secretary of theassembly
be instructed to pay to "each representative tbe sum
of $lon, from tbe appropriation of $6,500 for car
rent cxpeoses of tbe Legislature. Tbe mover of tbe
resolution then moved tbe previous question
wbioh was carried.
Tbe resolution was then pat and passed by 24 ayes
to 17 noes. Following is a list of those who voted
for tbe resolution W. P. Leleiohoku. H. Kuibelani,
H. A. Kabanu, W. T. Martio, S K. Kaai. L. Aholo,
J. Kabuila. D. W. Kaiue. L. W. P. Kanealii. K. Ka
mauoba, G. W. Pihpo, J. Kauai. . Ueleknnibi, A.
P. Kalaukoa, S. Aiwobi, J. Nawahi, 0. If. D. Hale
mana, S. Mahoc. J. A. Kabaku. S. M. Naukana. J.
Nakaleka, S. W. Mabtlona, L. Kaina.
Wbae the result of tbe vote was announced by tbe
tbe secretary tbe President, Hon. Q. Rhodes asked
to resign bis office on tbe ground tbat be could not
be a party to such a violation of tbe Constitution,
and immediately ieft tbe chair. The Vice-President
Mr. Aholu then took tbe chair.
Motions were made to adjourn till one week from
Monday, and to adjourn Till the King should c.ll tbe
assembly together again, all of which were lost.
It wa then moved by Mr. Kabanu to reconsider
tbe rote on tbe resolution.'
His Ex, tbe Attorney General spoke vary ably on
the folly of tho-e, who in direct defiaree of tbe Con
stitution, bad just voted themselves additional compensation.
His R. U. Prince Leleiohoku, who headed the list
of ayes, replied that he had Toted in accordance with
Hon. S. K. Kaai made a long speech in reply to
the Attorney General, in which he argued that it
was no more a violation of the Constitution for the rep.
resentatives to vote themselves $100 a piece than to
vote themselves postage stamps or ice.
Mr. Kabanu followed in tbe same strain, using
violent language against tbe Ministers, and especial
ly tbe Attorney General, and ending by saying tbat
be hoped tbe Preaideut would resume his place in
Mr. Rhodes in reply 'aid that nothing would tempt
him to uphold the action of tbe House by resuming
his place, and be begged of tbe Assembly if they had
any regard for the future good of the nation tbat
they would reverse their vote, and he would move in
that event tba' the whole record of tbe morning's
proceedings be strickeo from the mils.
Mr. Green favored tbe uvtino. ta rec insider, and
said that the resolution was iu e'early unconstitu
tional ibat nothing would induce the Calftftftl to con.
sent to a payment of the money, without an order
ts-ued by the Supreme Crt declaring it to be ftaft
stitutional. He sai l that there were e.. emit s of the
C waatltfttlwa and of the Government in this ciiy who
woul 1 rej ice to see the t'nntitution train-de l in ihe
dust. Tbe action fifth itft who fir .red the re-olntmn
would be -ure to rSu-t in troftftle f ir the c ointry.
Mr. K i . denied that the Supreme 0urt wa su
perior to the Assembly. This House, be sai I, was
the first power in tbe land. As for the threateniog
language m ide ue of b. tbe Min ster of Ferebjrft -Af
fairs, be argftJ the memhers to pay no attention to it.
He wa not in DxTeref sepprftseiftg the record of :hc
day's proceeding ; be was proud ad ihe independence
of the members, and he hoped that heir action w.oald
ba made kn wu to tbe wh ile w -rid thr iugh tbe uews
Mr. Nawnbi said if we wh voted f r this res lu
tion are thi- ves, h much tn re are the iViiter
robbers, lift have bat roted $tt& eaftb te eadsfjp
our prestatj wa t ; tftav tre asetisj sa ly ta king
thousands of dolir unconstitutionally fro-n the
treasury. Tbey behave like children. If I were
King I would turn them all out.
The motion to reconsider was put and lost by 18
ayes and 20 noes, four members, vix : II. R. H. Le
leiohoku, Birch, Wana and Xili declining to vote.
Ha Att .rner Gener.l reque.tt.l th, Cti.irman fej M 0.Hoo!c nnoa on h. pr,mlw,, wU1 um,rw,
On WEDNESDAY, - Sept. 20,
at 10 A. X.,
At the Reaidex of C. H. Ltuxrs, Esq.,
lll.iu. I A.N I A HTBKET,
will be .yld. on account ot dt-par: 'ire. tbe
Entire Household Fui-niture,
Two Hair Cloth Sof., Two Easy Chaira,
Six Huir Cloiu Panor Cbairs,
Koa t Voire rU)ie,
One elegant g it frame Parlor Mirror,
aboJi i feet by i feet, w.iii marble and gilt
stand. ust fu
Blac Voliiut u-iot. I aiBal 1'abie. Mower Vases
UKjui.rjiou.-ei ateaxravmlea. ifarlac uas
One Grand Piano, cost $400,
Une Piano Stool, ilat aund. UU Cloth Carpet,
VeraudiU BVCbM and CoatiS, lea irats, liall Lamp,
xlaaiijjij Kji B jjx Case.
Kasy chairs. Loftfterftft '"ha-ide 1 ta,
ti lnx h iir, Kxte-sJon label iftbt(
KoSlde ard, Mn gi iy .Secret ry,
ei c Marilne, Croctti ry a id Hated ware,
fylah gan, Wardrobe m'rror doors,
Two k a saadaoftiess, Two fmn ndteads,
m aaao t 'ta, faatttaaaea, piiowa, etc .
I wo 'A'nrdr b-. taaaat Drawem, child s Koa crib.
One ft fr c r.it r, flir l n 1'ooia,
' ars;e Kitftftj n store, Kltcht-n W are,
Bath Tub-i, etc . etc., etc.
LB. P. ADA3IS. Anet r.
VALUABLE mi ESTATE
compel the four members to vote in accordance with the
Dr. Smith supported the request, and said ibat
the-e four members held the destiny of the country in
Mr. Knai acain expreMed a contempt for Mich
threat a? that ured by lr. Smith, ard advanced tbe
idea thut tbey might do what tbey liked without any
regard for results. Mr. Xiiwnhi opposed tbe en foi ce
ment tf the rule. Said if he was doubtful, nothing
mi'.e him vote.
On motion the four msmbers were excused from
voting on the resolution.
On aaeaaftaaleft .if ihR rule-" Mr Kiai intr dii'ed a
psjftalfttiwft that the comtniftees on the salt f atrft n
in IJo' olulo, an 1 o i the nc' to preve it the pree ! '
diaeasftft ra sbea-p, he nrwotad tn n ott oU do lay
uext. Curried Asse ublv adjourned.
BY 0KDER OF C. H. LEWERS. ESQ.,
WEDNE-DAY, - September 20,
V HIV I) VI- KTISi'M KVTS.
A I'tRT OR I.I.ortho ' SrgW
alhe Nitc:ino RajitMIOIl Tliee rows JTjfT
re lantelv or firei?'l Mm (1. mid fun I 'ill. IW
Irvtl the most ptMilic herd ul M -'t ows iti tbe If fn.dom.
Ap( ly to J. H. WOOD.
ii(rust 28th, 18:0. W)7 tf
Horses at Auction.
AT THE liOVERXftESTr PIHVVD OF
Kolutlato. Honolulu, ikfl Saturday, September 2d.
t t2 o'clock noon, will be n Id two rfttrftfed
horses. Ivripti-ri n.l brands arp as follows : one bay
horst. w ith u I -ije white p.. from ihe fore h. ad down
the noae, bntnd oo ttoaseft side not clearly shown, four
ft all -hot : one hinek hontp, w.tn a white pit on the
fltrebftd, brand on the left side lndiscrlbuble, look like
A. It. KAAUKCX", Poundma-Pr.
August 2nth. 007-1 1
at public aution. If not previously sold
at I'nvate sale)
un tbe Corner of Beretania and Alakea St-, now
owned and occupied by C. 11. Lewers, Esq.,
Wltb nil the Bnllrllnera nail ImprovsnifnU
The premises have a frontage of about 0" feet on Here
tanlu Btraat, and a d-pih of ab -tit 173 fee1 on Aiak; ntn-et.
The I 'Wellltnc BeeMa U eli an I f-nhHrnntlally hui 1 : Is two
t nd a half sjtorftsft in height, with veramlah In fum; and
rear, on the first l.oor Is large and )ia dwtuie I'arlor,
Sp iftana Mull, sitting It m. i tidng ltom Pa try and
store l : Four far e .ed !: ..in- wi h Clsftftte and
Reafta on t'pper Klotir. (uvernnieit water laid
on - trst a id e ond Floors
In Ibe rear ti lurgt arid compete Kitchen, two Car
riaa-' Cnns. s, t-bl-' Wash niise, Th" O rounds an-
r.'V--i d with a variety ea J'rop.cai and lasftfteteftl Trees
Tin erboft ffetafe (s SB every rfspect firsT-cl'iss, and
wed worthy tbe fl tenilon and exandiiMiiiin of .my pa tla
desiring a handaome md rn vet dent d filing in a pleusani
and centrally IocaUd --ituation.
C)- TITLE PKBrBCr. "oft
For further information, apply on the premises, or to
A. J Cariwrighn tsij.
K. 1. AflMsl. AueCr.
I THE r It DERSI9I K D 1 1 K U F. B 1 sal VE
I iittbllr ofitiee, th.it as my wlf-. Kanlao.eitbl Kalpo
Brown has left niv tK'd an I beard without Just rouse aud
provir Ion, I shiill "tti he responsible for any debts con.
tracted by her on my account.
Koloa, August 21th, ISTfi t07-fim.
P LACE TRUNK STORE,
So. ao hew Hii.vTuunEHY naacr,
l-alp.cf Hott'l. an I-ranctKO.
p. RM1S TO AWOl Vt E TO THE
uJ PCIILIC of Honolulu, that he has pnrchas-'d IU
bftjt the siock and bost .essof WILLIAM Fiscil- B
Kit. ReeH Street, next door to ftftcafteef Dreg ' T 1
BtDTft, and that in future the business will be carried on by
him In the same premises.
C. U. sullirlts a fair share of the public patronage, and
promises his patrons civility, attention and gt-od quality
for lh.-ir money. 607 3m
I !)WA1!I T. O'lE IM.OK IA,
Attorney ind Solicitor.
Is authorized to I. nd from $400 ( $10 OU). ..u Mortgage
of F et-holds at leasftsl rates of interest.
It" ageata In boodeft, and In alt pirts of AnstrtMa.
Office on l rt .-irtv-t, (-.pponte Mr. Ira Blebatd -on'e
Kill ie;III F. IS 1 KIJtKH.
ATTORNEY AWD COUNSELOR AT LAW
sTOl attend tba Iftraat a courts oa the other l'anda
Money to tendon Mu. U.ag-a of Kn eholda &'V KICK, No
wees, up Mtait etet Dr. beaafti nwaid e. w.
The traveling public fnnn VustrnMaand the HnwaiUn
Islai.dsaie inviied toinapei t the stock now open at tbe
above central More.
Every article In tbe line of '
Trunks V tlises, Traveling Btgs,
dntaittl- nn hand
M njH I MEN I' of oval Frames, aud also Mouldn.gs for
1 1 pa nut (..its Fine Hole Leather and fraailiift ptcturea Tbey vary from one inch io three or
f RATI LATKIV lim.lVl ll A FIXE AS-
Sa r,n Trunk, n iMrinlity.
Trunks of any patern made to order atsliort notice.
Trunks R p tired a d Covers Ma te.
!-an ranciscu. Sept 18T0. 607-ly.
Col n d C r h and Shi lis.
I HATE NOW i HALE THE B I. V M ::
of the Fine beils, I'oiored I "orals, and Coral Bois
oes'a In the " Morning .-tar " the
i wish to secure the best wi.I
brought from Micr
fin. -; gouds in this line ever seen here Th re are but
few uf each, end tho-e whu
please apply e rty
As the above vessel will probably not bring any more
of these cu los for salr, this will be tbe only chance for
obtaining tbeui. Apply to
H. M. WHITNEY.
rilll E r X D R RN I( N ED hai J ITST It Eft E I TED
Glasgow Iron Works of
Mrssrs Mirlee$, Tait, and Watson,
Exact particular of the cost of
Of seventeen different capacities ranging
1680 li. Sugar Iu 10 Hours at a C'o.t of270,
to n First-clasa Tacuuni Pan Plant
to Make 12 Tan orSnarar In 10
Honrs at a t'oat of 4.470,
delivered in Ulata;ow.
The undersigned are prepared to receive orders for
such m icblnery. and to arrange ttt freight on same to be
shipped by a Sear Iron flipper ftuip now building
Id tbe Clyde of 1000 tons burden, to
Leave Ulasosr oa or about the 15th of
N. B. Orders for an kinds ot Machinery and other
European mercband se to be shipped by tbe above vessel
shoal i be sent to th- nndersgned during the moorb of
September or not later than October Juth. gar-Bate of
freight arranged for.
oi F. T. i, i:r.n a a Co.
From London Direct!
The Hawaiian Archipelago
BY ISABELLA BIBB.
Mtmrcixr ructruTis win
and a Large Map of the
Crater of Haleakala,
This Work' contains Ibe moat vivid deserlp
t Ion or Hawaiian Scenery that baa
ever been published, and
should be In every
Those Wishing a Copy should order at once
Price Pour Dollars.
M4 far Sals by a. a. WHITS KY
four lnchffl In width, and those w.sliina nlctures framed
con have them d-tiie In any style required.
JtusUc l-'ranies fom 60 cents eucb and upwan,
Oral Fixnies from AO cents each und upward,
Square Gl!l Frame from .00 each aod upward,
Square Black Walnui from f .00 each and upward.
llclure Nails, Cords, etc., also on hand, equully cheap.
H. M. WHITNEY.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE !
Corner Fort a Merchant Sts.
HAS JUST BECE1VED
For X. O. MUHB.AT,
THE MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies1, Misses1 and Children's
Cuatom-Made, Extra Fine and Median? Quality
Boots cfe? Sliocs
Ever offered In Honolulu.
wsm IRA RICHARDSON.
Knowles' Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Hy K. . ADA.MN.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FRIDAY, - - - Sept 1st,
At bair-paat S A.M.. at Salesroom.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints', Mmlini. Linen Drills,
Brown Cuttont. Whits Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harrard shirts, Finoj Flannel Orerstairti,
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets, Wtite Sbiris. Am tka( Denims,
Am BtriswS, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Sails, Bed Quilts.
Merino and Cotton Undershirts, '
Fe 1 and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hots,
Maa'l Soaks, Bridle sod Hits.
Traveling Bags, Lie, Eic, Eto.
i i i' o c e r i e s( Ace.
Best Brand KlTWSSaS, Card Matcbss,
Te.st P-wder, Sa-dines. Wrapping Paper,
Boas Crarkari CVatfcas Pins. Hams,
tlac--n. an.Me. Pickles, Tobacco,
rirara Fine Tea, Oj-ters,
Asa Hendle. Suit,
'.,h Blue. Pain Killer,
Brown and Crushed Sugar.
By V. K. BIB TOW.
On THURSDAY, - - Anf. 31st,
at to o'clock A.M.. Ul he taM.
An assortment of Dry Goods, Clotlhg
At II o'clock.
Underwriter's Sale of Prints.
At 1: O'clock sou.
VALUABLE LOT OP PLANTS,
Cigars, Preserves, Sic
C. 8. BARTOW, Auet'r.
FOR AND ON
A croc NT OF
wnOM IT MAT
At Sale Room, on Thursday. Anynrt Slit.
st 11 o'clock A. X.,
The undersigned U ln.tro. teJ to sell at poNk aaetton.
P S and C, No. 520, one Bale of
rontslnlng l ITS yartls. which were lanosd . sliasnsr
City of -an Frsnd-co, Waddell commander, from saa
Francisco, damage by sea water.
tr Terms Csah. -a
C. a. BARTOW. Aarf r.
At 12 o'cl.ck noon, at Salesroom,
BY ORDER OF W F. 1I.I.I.V ESQ..
Collect r General,
For Violation of the Revenue Laws, will be sold,
6 CASES- 50 GALLS. FRUIT FLAVORED
2 Cases Chinese Tobacco
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
w VISITS V OF k I.I-I.WF. I.R A WtiD
H bv the lion. C Q Harrl.. Ural associate Justice of
stir v itt: i.Kivn (IEISWAT
One of the best Insf rumenta on the Islands, and
I II.I. BE OFFETtEn A T PI'BLU' Al'CTIO
On Monday. Sept. 4th,
st II A. M , ot the
Residence of D. K. Hoffman. Ntinanu Avenue.
il I A I .. Anrfr.
RBOyE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM DO. 2 TO 6.
AMI ARE READY TO RECEIVE ORDERS
fur any of the pomps of thia make to be forwarded
overland If necessary
BOILER FEED PCJfPS,
STRIP pr HPS,
DISTILLERY PI MPS.
V At' I II P I'M PS,
Pnnips for Hot ar t old Water, Salt Water
Prices and other Information given by
tot 1m C. BREWER a CO., Agents
m U a.
ilsB len occapirni ontil dow by Jadfe W. (,'. Joass,
vssvt as a law "illce ; also suitable ror a r izenc.
tf-A99. Apply to UCtiO H.i',l-.:.A..li,M i.
u i:s to i,t;r.
and ccoiraJ location.
In ft del ruble
the ra tbut have
LULC, Vi!tinft Kriends and traufers generally art
7oMiaJl iijv-ltei tu aUend Public U'ureiiip at KOHT ST.
CHL'RCH, wbere: Srrvicea arc held every sabbatb al 11
n'cloclc A. M-. and 7 .'a P. M. Sati aie provided for ail
jrno may be pieaaed to attend. There Ls a Wednesday
evening Prayer Meeting at $H o'dork, la tbe Lecture
aoom. to wbkbaJlare welcome. 524 ly
For Sale or For Lease
A HANDSOME COTTAGE. PLEA8ATT.
IjB ly locatodf with garden. Ac, containing parlor, tbrea
Ja-bed rooms, two cloaeta, dining room, kltcben and
pantry, balbroocc, servants bouse, carriage boose and
stable, ail very convenient, and lu perfect order. Apply to
Ul tf HCtfO GTAXQZXWALD, U.D.
m mm mi !
By Order of Messrs. H. Hackfeld & Co.
On TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
September 5tb and 6th,
At their New Store, corner of Fort an J Queen Street,
will b sold on a
Credit to the TL ra.de
ASSORTMENT of Xw Goods
LA TEL Y RECEIVED
And ronsMing In part of
Pink Pd, Chocolate A White Ground Trlnts,
Hhawl Pattern and ('hints Prints, French Muslins,
Horrock.' White CotUMi. A. B a II., Brown Drill,
Drown. B ue and Ti rey Bed Cottons,
11. .w. Stripes, ."triped Denlins.
Cotton Sheeting, 72, 80 & 1 00 Inches
Mosquito Netting. Barege, black, blue and green,
black Lobourg and A I pa- oa Lustre,
lllack Fr. nch MVrtiioes,
W au r proof Tweed, Bedford Cord,
Cashmere Tweed, Canibrics.
HllesJan, Imtlng, UaM Padding, Linen Thread,
Cotttm and Linen Turkish Towels,
Men's and Ladies' fttucklngs.
Cotton aud Mertno Hnisbed I'udrnhlrts,
Flannel Shirts, twilled aid fancy, bilk Umbrellas,
W oolen Sua Is, Pialda, Ponchos, Lace .Shawls.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHING!
Hlne and (Hack Cloth pants and Rucks,
Buckskin Flannel Pants 4 Man s. Flue Tweed Suits
Pique Vests, Victoria Pmnu, Monkey Jackets,
Bajjji and Fam y Blankets, Tab.e Covers, Burlap,
Ouuny Bags, Garters, Kuspenders and Belts.
fi v DOLES
Calfskins, Brugan, India rubber Balls, Purses,
Dress Combs, Tooth Brushes, Ear Rings, Brooches,
bpors. Pocket Knives, Mclssurs,
lOand 12 Galvanised Burkets, WsablngTuba,
Horse Rope, Flag and l.o Lines, Spunyarn, Corks,
Ledgers, Copy Books, Block Notes,
Genuine Eau de Cologne, Fancy Hoaps,
Aicitiian Crown soap, Haety Matches, Camphor.
Black, OreeD, Bine, llabbock's PslstOU.
Crushed Sugar, Sardines, French Peas, Salt, Wash Blue,
Wax Tapers, dec., .'. .
Brandy-, Bitters, Ac. f-bempaa-ne, Sparkling- Hock, Rhine,
wine, claret, Ala, Key Brand, JelTrej's, quarts
and pinta : Porter, Ac.
German & Havanna Cigar, & Navy To
Salmon, Bread, Hama, sc., Cement, Lime, Brooms, One
Walnut Toilet Stand, One Ladies' Writing Table.
K. P. ADAMS. Auct r.
the supreme Curt, -late.1 the rd any or ADfwss. is... as
A. J. csxtwrtcht, Iniliilsjjanii wun ta. will ann.al of
the eatste of It. W. Hols, decease.1. I wUl oosr at pusuc
auction, to the hlchest bidder for cash In hand.
On Saturday, the 2d September,
next, at IS o'clock n. on. al m auction r-xm.
All tbat part of tbe land of Wsbiawa, to the dtetrtct of
Waialua, laUud of thhu, and described In Hoyal Patrnt
No. :. to Junta K.. bin-on. Robert Lawrence and R- W.
Holt, which lies .south of lha North Braacb of thm
Kauaunahua River, oiitili.li H 40 acres, more or lea, at
the upset price of ft per acre, "laid land lies bstwern tbs
Nortb Brancb of tbe kauaonahua River and lb top of
the Pall, a diatauce of va chauua oa said rtver. and run
ning from 4 chains In width on the Kaai to a point oo in
By order of the administrator.
60i C. ft. BARTOW. Asset' r
THEO. H. DAVIES
OFFEHH FOR UU
Now being disc named from .he Bos
BRITISH BARK " CLETA,"
12s days from Uverpool.
Tbe cargo constsu of a full aaaorunent of
IN I.AKia: VARIETY.
Fins and New Prinlf,
Euib'd Muslins, White Cottons, Dsnims.
Saddles, Wool Shirts, Printed ShiiU,
Neck Tits, Silk Umbrellas,
Pilot Jackets and Tronssrs,
Blankets, Tweeds, Drills, Stationery,
Gosncll's Fine Perfonias.
Velvet Rogi and Carpts,
HANSOTIE A HfXH-
PARIS PLOUGHS !
(msds sxpressljr for tba Island trsda.)
Blood, Wolfs A Co'a Als,
Edmund's Pig Brand PurUr,
Fin. Brand;, Whisks;,
Sherrj and other Wines, Alouhol.
Jams and Jellies,
Lea A Perrin's Sauea,
Paints and Oils,
KAL0 LAND IN PAL AM A.
On Saturday, - - - Sept. 9th,
At 12 o'clock noon, st Salesroom. wUl ba sold.
Several Kalo Patches.
Containing I IS. 100 acres, situated in
.tnd Several Patches near the above,
Containing about two-thirds of sa acre,
belnf the properties former!, belonging to Lapaela asd
Xapoa Zoppldn. star TIBs good.
ar Well adapted lor Kalo. Grass, and Blew Culture.
For plan and furtheV parllralsrs, apply to
07 K. r. AU4M.s. Auet'r.
Hoop Iron, Fence Wire,
CorrurataJ Roonns, Bar Iron,
OaWanised and Hollow Wars.
Tin Wars, Kni.es sad Forks,
LONDON PIANO FORTES
Pipes, Flowar Pots, Earthen ware,
Glass-wars, Leather Baiting,
Celebrated Hiliests Paint.
Vegetable Machinery Oil,
Fowell Duffryn Steam Coal,
The Mortgagee's Sale
BELOSSISe TO hii.i.iam bibbii.l,
POSTPONED ro SATURDAY, SEPT. 2
Fort and Merchant Street, Kooolnla,
IMPORTEB AND DEALER
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
And Patent Medicines,
A Complete UsM af
Toilet k Fancy Soaps,
Perfumery, Hair Oil, 8omp Toikt and
Sachet Ponder, ConUt, Hair, Tooth,
and Nail Brushes, Etc, Etc,
BATH, SURGEON i CARRIAGE SPONGES
Star Hills Medicate! Paper,
w Par-ilenlas- wil sssilas
PhyalriaaM. asslaa, aawl
lib PI BE DBI UH. -m
W Phsslriana' Preacrlptlocs carefnl).