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ft4fce. or 33S1 lbs. ?ii baocbre bmnb ! 33 t-
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scientist frcm the varied products and com
merce of France through all this period is
found to be
Actual bun1 a. i In price,
rroponloti due to war and mnuvitv
C7.23 per cent.
rr Mar lUr 1
weiiia or mi: bbk
KF" Steamer Kiltcca leave tor a circuit trip
r..und Kauai, on Miu1sv nexl.
H Tbe CtMintx r ,f QtassMMtj mrtu tr-day at
W o'clock. ita rrffnlar njiMli!y nicriitig.
HTuc Tonne Mru'a Ctiri-liau Awnclatlor
ucxie a! Ice Lvecui.i on Friday evening next.
IT The Steamer City ot Nvar York will be due
! on Thursday unl, tlic 2lt, iirvlajbly early in
IT Bark Willaid Mudcett. sxitli 2! Chinese
at-ners on liard. left Hone Knr early in July
iloDolulu, and is therefore uow over GVuai-
The Colonial piasii.i la per S. S. Zeaian.lia,
pri.c to rjive a hall and couccrt on bard that
erawel til., evening, iu houor ol liie H juolulu pjss-
tay Quilp aya our buines prospects are im
proTinj, aa there are iu port otic warship, one lak,
two briars, and three coasting schooners, and more
expected by and bye.
Slimes DtaTU. Mr Samuel Kinuey Kttrsoo,
died eoddcoly on Sunday last, Sept. 10, as is sup'
pcd from aneurism, lie sat a watchmaker by
trade, and had resided in this city about Si Tears.
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lf By advertiaein.e-.it iu to-day's issue it will be
I seen that Messrs Clejrborn & Co. hare put Mr. S.
Graul in charge of their Fort Street store as inant
I arer. Mr. G., we are informed, is a draper and sales
man of large experience.
lT Steamer Kiiauea had a fine trip to Hilo Ust
week returning wiUi 60 cabin passengers, aud show
ing a $1000 freight and passenger list for the rouud
trip. Steam can't be dispeused with now. Let us
hare that new Steam r at son as imesible-
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iSaaaaaaay at aaaar aavoaat- At alt
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saw ayaarai at Oar satwr trad hers, and
aaaaaasaf asjkasawaafsrabera iuatoad
mar saaw aaWaaaasS Sar aoaii paat iicre
aasxs Si Masfa parSa will tad it for their
Saaar aaarcaaaai acst, aad tboar who can
:araa wlXt waaasvar t'aaS saawr
laavt taa paaaw wow Saarty laaasaratsa.
.a ' : a 4 I ca:.r
aaaasawr af awffjar. there caa W a. douU.
aa aaapatas so aha aaoaaoaa. liaiitx: oal; bj
w aaaaasiaoat awharawitlahlt far thai aar-
Mdle. de MtEsIa. Tula celebraled sitigerdid not
come up on the Zealandia as was anticipated, not
hanug completed her engagements in the Colonies.
She will undoubtedly arrive by next month's steam
er, aud it is also reported that Little Nell, tbc Call
lornia Diamond will be a passenger on the same
The Inspectors of Election hare issued a
notice that a special election will be hed on Mon
day, the 18lh, to elect a repeseutative to fill the seat
of the Late S. at. Kauiak.au. We understand that
Mr. Cecil Brown will be a caudidate, and trust he
will be choaen, aa this district should be represented
by an intelligent foreigner.
I". S Sutp or Win I.acgiwaNNA.. This vessel
left port yesltrday morning about 9 o'clock, bound
for the coast of Mexico, frotn whence 6be w ill return
to San Francisco. She has been at the islands about
five months during which time her gentletnarlv of
ficers hare been constantly gaining in the esteem of
the community. Wc trust we may have the pleas,
urc of welcoming tuem back ere long.
raaaaaasa, asset- taw aww kartpro
aat haaac assaat la it Eocr will ha
aW aiiaa aboard to oxclaar paddv,
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aaaV a art da- Aoarricaa rice aaiUs.
aaatta . ' aa . t. tur Irttet tf
early oa aloe
raw T aaawaaw batwaoataa two porta
aaaaaaw. aboaaulod sw 6aa rraoctaoo at
asarwaac. awraax aaww aa purt U bowra.
aaaat has aaaw af Croarbl. aad SOP baacbaa
ai fas as toaatt tbr aaat wot, oaeeptinj
laltliilST HI lead ewfar far Sea Fraa-
aaaaorShW h Sa haw aWaiarfa Iaaot, aawthoahla
rm li Hi Cnl arawateawKoac.waUChasaaosaatoaawra.
haat aaaw laai ll WW toad Sir aa FraaeSioo, after dav
aaaafawt aaass at sxdsaert.
Ihw tow aaaw a em re. freat Sea rtaacaw. sum that ;
t aha wi ' mi I of Sea Ftaaail. aad oar latest ,
XST The Steamship Zealandia made a spl"ndid
run trom Auckland to this port. She left Auckland
Aug. i&atUP. M.. arrived at Kandavu 33 hours ahead
of schedule time, and arrived at Honolulu 35 hours
ahead of schedule time, which calls for her arrival
here at 6 P. M. of the 12th. She left this port at
7:15 A. M. of the lakh, with a south-east breexe,
aud will report herself at San Francisco on the
night of the loth or morciug of the 20th September.
Among the passengers by the S. S. Zealan
dia, was the talented young Prima Douca, Miss.
Emilie Melville, wbo has, during ttef, past year, won
laurels, and delighted the hearts o! the Australian
Colonists by the sweet, clear, musical touts of ber
highly cultivated voice. It is very probable that
she will favor Honolulu with her preseuce iu the
Acciuest. tVe learn that an accident occurred
on board the s'.earasbir Z.-alaudia three days before
arriving at this port, by the bursting of one of the
steam connections, by which means the second en
gineer was so severely scalded as to incapicitate
him for work. The disaster caused a slight delay,
but nevertheless the steamer has made one of the
quickest perhaps the quickest trip on record, being
Uiirtccn dare and fifteen hours from Auckland.
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ttoaw ttodhaw wvaawa
trier CaleT rasa
awswato th JFtb of Argast. and
later, bet ti
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v -ht . Mama. aUlawaa. froar. MaWuw.
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jraaaawaawaxawwa, 1 aaawCwiK
ptaar t l7aia "ii'iif treat hTaaaWwrd Porta.
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Htl Tim' iaT- U data sod IS boon ;
. taalawahaaw,Caalta mm aaw-
New Life iNSVaaNCE Coxpam. A company for
the luturai.ee of the lives of the biethrcn of the
" mestic tie" hat recently been organized in Cslifor
tiis, under the title of the "Masouic Mutual Aid
: Association of California." All Masons in good
standing in the Order, between the ages of 21 had
60. wbo can pass the required medical examination
mar becoina members ot the association by the pay
ment o! an initiation fee of ten dollars. Vpoo the
death of any member the survivors are assessed ac
cordiaE to age at rates varying from 90 cents to
11 SO each. The beauty of the plan consists in itt
cheapness, nothing being paid to build splendid nf
flces, and support a horde of officials In luxury as
is the case in other companies. The average yearly
Increase toprtes of natural produc'a t2.lt
Inereaar in pneecf manufactured products 14 si
Doe to war aad scarcity 3
Due to speculaUou S T
Increase la manufactured products T.N
Frem tlrese data by pnchlMI atWek tPS
have not time to follow M. Lavasscur rcachwl
the conclusion that the increase in price of all
commodities, or decrease in gold value was 25
per cent. This is proven by a carefully, prv-
)ared tablf? of English articles during the
game periixl. Tiiis fall in pMd is about the
same as the recent one in silver, though it has
been veiled and only known by the marking
up the pieces of all cummoditics.
The estimated ralne of sllve-r In the world In
1S49 was K.Ci"'.0H0,0n.i, the amount since
taken out is set down st $1,550,000,000. so that
whilst the amount of gold hss doubled since 1SJ9,
its fill gauged by the marking up of commodities
has been bat 25 per cent, whilst silver.which has in
creased only ab Mat one fourth its quantity, has also
lallrn 25 per cent. This Is undoubtedly due to the
fact that gold It the standard in most countries by
which the value of commodities it regulated, and
for which it is paid in unlimited amounts, whilst
silver nearly double in amouut, can only be offered
iu payment in comparatively small amounts, but al
though only a comparatively small amount is re
quired as currcui-y, still as it is ordinarily fifteen
aud a half times cheaper than gold, lsr.-e quantities
are used In the manufactures.
The office, and chief use of gold is for currency,
being too precious aud costly lor manufactures, and
as there is uolhiug more costly and precious suit
able tor curreucy, its fluctuations or rise and tall,
produced by its eicess or scarcity, is shown by the
markiug up or down of commodities, when these
are gcuerally low, it shows gold to be hijh, wben
they are high it shows gold to be lower. The value
ol silver is rated by gold. It is only used at au auxi
liary in currency, its latgest use bciug in manufac
tures, and any excess of coinage beyond the necess
ity of the countries using it as currency, (or this
purpose, brings it into the market as bullion fur
manufacturing purposes, and subjects any such ex
cessive isues to the same law of supply and de
maud to wbich all commodities are subject, thus the
pesos and sols and late Mexican coinage have been
depreciated by excessive issues. Perhaps also by
The standard currency of Great Britain and the
United States is gold, silver only brirg subsidiary
and limited to small amouuta whilst France, Bel
gium., Switzerland, Italy aud some other countries
have a double standard of both gold and silver, all
commodities aud -all debts in any amouut being
paid for in either silver or gold. Dr. Linderman di
rector of the V. S. mint and the highest authority iu
the IT. S. iu speaking of the rapid decline of silver
"It hat now retched the point where France, Bel
gium, Swilxerlaud and Italy mutt cither shoulder
the German surplus of silver or prepare to abandon
the dounle standard and adopt a purely gold cur
rency. The reason is. that silver is more valuable
iu those countries where it is used as curreucy than
where It hat been demonetized, nd it will ir
resistibly flow to tbose where It commauds the
the highest price. Should the United States ut this
time return to the double standard, it would be
placed In the same embarrassing naajfrlri which
Frauce now bolds. If the nations which still maiti
taiu the double standard coutiuue to adhere to it,
the gold they have now in circulation will disap
pear and be thrown In Urge quantities upon the
English and other markets, including the United
States. This would tend strongly to restore equali
ty between the two metals throughout Europe. If
the Uuited Slates adheres to its present policy, the
great decline iu the value of silver may, by causing
an accumulation otgoiu tn Eoigianu and tnis coun
try, make it easier than it otherwise would have
been for the United Slates to resume specie pay
mcntt on the 1st of Jauuary. 1ST9. or at some sub
sequent date not far in the future.'
The conclusion of much discussion is that gold
has fallen 25 per cent, since lSt9 and that silver has
lost 25 per cent, of its purchasing power iu compa
rison with gold. Legislation is considered at this
time both by Great Britain and France positively
dangerous. Our standard 6incc 1S72 has been the
American half dollar, the recent bill changes it to
the U. S. gold coiu, still leaving silver a legal tend
er In sums so large as it is to be hoped will uot de
range our business. These amounts may be lessen
ed hereafter gradually if in our experience it shall
be found best. The change from silver to gold as
our standard I thick meets the approbation ol I
business mcu generally, but I think it would hare
been well to commit the authority to abridge the
tmount of silver which may be tendered in pay
ment, to the PrivT Council, as circumstances may
call for it. In the preparation of this article I have
been indebted for most of my facts to the San Fran
:isco Weekly Bulletin, and I have taken too the
same view of the fluctuations In gold aud silver
is taxen by the writer in tbc Bulletin.
S. X. Castle.
or public buildings like the Louvre and the new Opera
House. Tapestries are sometimes given away to for
eign courts, and sometimes lent, at thuet for instance
which I saw at Keasington. but they are never in
market. I am told that an exception was made iu
favor of A. T. Stewart, who wat allowed to buy tome
thing, a carpet, I think, from the establishment.
1 hope they will lend a omethiog to the Philadelphia
The work is arranged on tall frames like looms,
which caa be rolled ap and to put out of the way.
Ittt:e by little the finished part. From top to bottom
of these frames, are stretched threads very close to
getber which form the warp of the piece. The woof
It the work put in by the artists. They outline the
deigti in pencil upon the warp, from the patterns be
fore or rather above them, aud then grow under their
dcxtrvus fingers the nrnst beautiful pictures. Thry
work from below upward. The worsteds and silks
are wound on shuttles whjch hang in multitudes from
the various parts of the picture. If the texture of
the piece it to be lite velvet, the workmen sit on the
front or right side and push their shuttles in and out
over a long, sharp-rdged instrument about the thick
ness of a coarse knitting needle. This needle lies
Grmly against the warp above the last row of flitches
and the wocf threads are drawn tightly over it.
When it it full thry draw it out and it cutt the
tbrc.i.ls as it comes and gives the velvet finish.
They always trim it close however If tho work is
to resemble uucut velvet St Brussels carpeting, they
work from the wrong side I believe the terms for
the diScreut styles of work are high warp and low
warp. The workmen sit at long tables bcfjre thee
frames, several men at a pioce, stretching their necks
at every stitch to look at the colored pattern above
them. It requires the greatest amount of patience
and careful imitation, but the results are really artis
tic. There are no women employed, and some of the
men have grown gray in the tusinesa. Au area of!
square inches is said to be the daily average covered
by each man.
One' finds travel, pleasant at it is in itself, made
pleasnter by the meetiog with friend, here and there.
Or even by the reminiscences : them suggested by
occupying the roems they usel,or taking a ratnblo
with their letters in your pocket written from the very
ground you tread on, under this oak, by that spriug.
Vou peo; le every nook with their faces, they sit by
you in fancy while you write to them, and you feci
that you know just how they have turned, as you do
now, from paper or book to look out on these lovely
tie-Ids and rippling waters and graud mountains which
their journals have already made familiar lo you.
My good fates brought to me several acquaintances
in Paris. Some of them were friends of Miss Monta
gue and were warm in their praise of her voice. I
hare since heard her sing. I need not say I immedi
ately became one of her admirers, siuee I was that
years ago. But 1 can say that it was very charming
to hear those familiar tones again, improved by supe
rior culture sweet, clear and unbroken, although the
singer was suffering from a cold. The opera costume
of a Russian maiden in " L'Etolic du Xord " was not
very much of a disguise, being not dissimilar to a fa
miliar rig that we call Bloomers wben we go on pic
nics. One of my Parisian pleasures, then, was the memory
and anticipation of vocal treats from this favorite
voice, aside from the tangible pleasure uf meeting the
mutual friends of Miss M. and myself.
Another was meeting the sister uf Prof. Whitney of
Yale. Miss. W. once visited the Islands and is
known to some of the readers of the Gaihttc, no
Like so many who risit our country, she retains
lively recollections of their beauty, and of the fcind
ness of the residents. I begin to realise what it is
that so enchants strangers among us, and brings out
such a glowing hookas Miss Bird's. Life in cities,
(and it is almost always city people who have the
means and taste to travel) is so harreo, so noisy, and
so dusty, so hot in summer, to shut up to one house
and even to one room in a house, in winter, that I do
not wonder that our green, sunny land seems an
EJen. People who remain but a short time perhaps
do not chance to encounter the serpent. If Miss
Bird did, she thought it ugly, and had too good taste
to deface the fair pictures on tier pages by painting
it in. B. p. c.
European Correspondence No 15.
DeiR Gaxetti : Losing Switzerland, our next
more to Pari?, the city of cities, bright, gy.
beautiful Pri, where erery one look s if beat od
pleasure, and all face seem af tunny ai their mr
roandingi. One observe immediately on entering the city thai
the ladies are quietly dressed in gray or black for
BY t i:vikkii;4 i:d BSOHrAEB, A
SITUATION on a plantation. Good reference
gtfWL Please aJJrtss " Enuinkicb," thb office. KH-2u.
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pany. between the ages of 21 and 60 years is 115-05
average cost In this Association between the tame
age will not exceed $36 00, and as the association
grows it will become much less.
A Merchant's Opinio. Mr. Blancbtrd, of the
firm of Williams, Blauchard A Co., of Sao Francisco,
has expressed himself pleased with the passage of
the treaty bill. " The only objection there could
have been to it." said he, " was confined to the ar
gument that the cultivation of suztr in the Sand
wich Islands would be ruinout to the Southern
phvntere . that the supply from Hawaii would ex
ceed the demand of the American market. This
idea was exploded Ion; atro. Reading over some
statistics to-day I tee that the requirements of the
United States in 18T5 reached 635.352 tont. Accord
lag to this, and the amount of imported sugar con
sumed, the Hawaiian planters would hire to io
creAse their export 1,21S,623,S1S pounds before they
could fully supply ut with foreign sugar. Taking
the average annual Increase of the Hawaiian exports
for the last ten years, and allowing the consumption
of the United States to stand still, it would take
the Hawaiian planters about one thousand years be
fore their imports would fully meet our demands.
Of course tbe reciprocity treaty will have the direct
effect of stimulating tbe trade, but I cannot ace how
it will effect tbe business of this coast otherwise
than beneficially." Oofl-
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btlinarftMi Mil tiliti T- Mr V H Parker.
. bmmpt. C Mr. Bscaaav Gixi-a-
coat for 1 policy for $5,000 in a Life InfiuranceCotn- itreU nita. Therw U none of that display of dress
on the fashionable boulevards that one tees in New
York on Broadway and Fifth Avenue . The costly
and richly colored silks and velvets are kept at home
far dinners or the opera and are not deroted to street
sweeping. The material I saw on tbe streets was al
pacca and light cashmere and sometimes plain black
ilk. The weather was beginning to be cool enough
for fall wraps and I noticed that overcoats were mak
ing their appearance.
Tbey do not heat their houses very well in France
and England. I began to tbirer in October for a
warm land, or at any rate, a land of furnace heat.
What wc call a bouse well heated, they call a house
badly heated. I do believe that the English have
tbe right of it with their round, rosy cheeks, and ro
bnt health, whea they call our houses hot and stuffy.
More loose, warm, rough-and-ready clothing, more
tramping about oat of doors, less regard to style and
complexion would care op some cf our fashionable
One of my first journeying? in the city was to the
Louvre. I went there half a doien times and only
wish it could have been twenty. But the Louvre if
cot all of Paris, and one mnst see other sights. The
Oalliere d'Appollon is one of the first rooms you en
ter in the Louvre on the way to the picture galleries.
It is named from tbe painting on the ceiling depicting
the triumph of Appollo over the Python. I remember
it particularly cn account of the panel pictures on tbe
walls which are portrait of great French artiita
beautifully executed. I was asked to say bow tbey
were done. m Why, painted in oil,, said I. 44 No!"
44 Not in watercolon I No Vf M Colored crayona
then,' though I did not beliere that. "No. Hy !
stuck of guesses being exhausted, I was told that
they were Gobelins tapestry. I was enchanted. Af- 1
ter all one's reading about tapestry, after the roman
tic 'ancies of taste, beauty and arti-tic re&nementone i
attaches to such work, it is rather disappointing if i j
happens that his first sight of tapestry is of some old
faded and patched piece, inch aj are exhibited as rel
ies cf princely families, or royal handiwork of timet
gone by. I saw tapestry at South Kensington, and I
thought, If this be tapestry hanging, give me clean
rongh whitewash instead. But here in Pans I found
the freh, onfaded work, and it was certainly marvel
lous. Those portraits would deceive almost any one
at first'sight, the tints arc to perfect, and so skilfully
b;ended, if one can nse that expression with regard to
worsted work. They manufacture certain tints in
Ilk and wonteds at the Gobelins establishment that
are to be fonnd nowhere else in the world. They think
that there are properties in the little stream on which
the buildings are situated that are particularly favora.
b.e in dye. When I wanted o simple a thing a the
dyeing cf seme gloves, they told me " Go to some
bop in the region of the Eievre, those waters are tbe
beat for dyes."
The G belein work is never sold. The manufactory
it supported by the government, and tbe work t de
voted to adorning the palace of reigning monarch.
Tbe Hawaiian Hotel and Premises.
Terms and condition, wilt be given upon application
to His Majt-aty'a
6t.lni JIIXIsTKK OF FINANCE.
Till aaXBCVTOaW OF THE tt II I. OF the
late K. If. Boyd, will sell or cause to be soiil at the
door of Aiilolajii House, on Friday, til' 30tb September, at
12 o'clock, tbe remainder of tbe herd of catUe belonging
to the estate of the said late E. H. Bovd. supped to
number at least two hundred head, now running at
Mounawui and adjoin lug lauds on Kooutu.
Honolulu, Sept. t, 1S7. d-2t
Notice to Creditors.
ALL PKR.NOVS II A VIM. I. AIMS nffniTTTt
the estate of James Itobinson. late of Honolulu,
deceased, whether secured by morurag or otherwise, are
requesied to send their claims, properly autb.nticared.
addressed to the executors at the office of Allen dc Robin
ton, C'leen street, Honolulu, within six months from the
first pnolicalion hereof, or tbey will be for ever barred.
2 Dated this 1-th day of September, 187a
elans r. a : i
S. C AIXEN
MAHK V. ROBINSON j
The t urrencv ue.tion.
Tbc Currencv Bill which passed its Becond
reading in the Legislature a few days since,
was important in that it made gold the stand
aid of valne, contrary to the act of 1872 which
made the American half dollar the standard of
value in this kingdom. But gold like silver
and all comnioditiee having a value can not
la tlx obedience to the commercial law of
sapplv and demand and must fall or rise, ac
cording to the supply in the market, but as
there i nothing more precious than gold by
which to measure its value, its fall is only ap
parent by the rise of commercial commodities
in the ruarket and its rise is only seen by the
fall or decline of the same in the market.
In ISIS tbe gold in the world was estimated
at ?2,SO0,O00,OOO. Since that time the amount
has been doubled and now stands at S5.000,
000,000. This vast increase by the law of sup
plv and demand must result in the fall of gold,
but as there is nothing more precions by
which to measure the fall, gold seems to stand
;inchanged, and commodities to have risen,
but the apparent rise is the measure of the
real fall in gold. This by an elaborate set of
table, prepared by M. Lavasscur a French
JfanaDaclured by the Purine Rubber Paint
Co. uf San Francisco.
BEST PAINT IN TAB WORLD
THIS PAIirr IS PI T VVjm Qr.4RTKR,
oue. and five jputon Uns, also In five I1od pail
and barrels, it la prepared lo pare snow white, jet black,
and all colon, comprising an number of different abailea.
I ready for immediate use,
being a great advantage a It can be used by anj one.
Tbe Bubtx-r i'sir.t la cnatnVctM by change of tempera
ture, la Impervious to water, la mdmplal to ail cJaaaea of
wurit, and is ever way a
for either outside or .aside won than and other paint
knows, ana will last at least twice aa long,
For Wagons. Agricultural Implements, Boati and
Vessels it baa no equal.
The Robber Paint dries with a rIom eonal to vami-h.
aad at the same time so adhesive and elastic that It wilt
not crack or peel off, and is therefore admirably adapted
for boose painting In Una climate.
In addition lo the above it la the
Cheapest Paint ever imported here!
Sample cards of dUrerent shades to be seen at tbe office
of the agent.
Orders from tbe other Islands solicited, nnpeciailr from
those who iatend repainting tnelr dwellings.
W. C. Irwin & Co.,
General Agents for tlic Hawaiian III. nit
Honolulu Fire Depurtuient !
T'hk 1-oLi.ownu asHmanM hot.
li .1 .lulv Irv-ttst by In.- I .u 1 uf ItrprrarllUtlvrs
ofth. Honolulu Mrs Department a, Fire Wariteruiuf tb.
everal tVarua uf Oils ttly, via ;
Ural Ward. J. JtOl.TE, Kaq .
awwtHl Ward IIKNKY MAIM. Kao...
Tlur.1 Ward J.UVII IIIlLt'K, Bag.-.
Fourth Ward 1'IIAS. II. WILSON. Kao..
CUASV T tll'UCK.
Secretary Honolulu Fire Heuarlmcnt.
Uonululu. Sept. S, IsTa. Co
VS CUMinOKJI A I II. IIIHs tn Intlmnte
a that thrr have ptacrd llie manacenu-ul i.-f their
Pan Street Store iu th.- hand, of Mr. MMftil OaUUtTi
who a 111 lakr tuorte frotu tills dnte.
s lii iub r li, is:s. - '!.
Dt him; my ii.m: t. Fiton thN kixsj
1K1U. W. f. I'AltKK. F. Iliad. a poarr of attor
ney to transact all buaiiiras ou my arc aint.
toil'. THOS. W. KV Kit KIT.
Pacific Rubber Paint Company's
rjlHIK AKTHl.t: IS lK SALE RY
BOLLES & Co.
Ttie Kubber Paint Is Justly relet ratMlt ami h coming
iut icetifrai iub, and all who have given It a trial bUtnly
rtH-uuuneud It. 1 he undt-i-HiRntHl have a ct utrul assSBI t
ment of all ctdors and fthuilt . and will keep np tbe nanurt
ou'Ut, and be rvaJy to till orders at the sburtt-fit nuitce.
tAht i - A Co.
Notice to Planters.
i: 1 MU liSH.M I BGGfl TO UIVK
notice to planters ittnl otlu-r on thi-se I.tiumH,
that be expects to nturu to Honolulu In a fVw wet-ks,
mhm he will i ready to uii.lertukf the Korititr ol
Arifsiait MI1n iu auy part of tbe country, on the
most favorable terms.
Coutiuu'ircati'stis luay be addres.KHl to care of iiaxelie
gfgwtf t il AKI.KS OrrKH.
Colored Corals and Shells.
Ill VM NOW OX s 1. 1: TI1K
of the Hue tSbells, CVIored Corals, and t 'oral 1 to wis
brought from Micronesia Iu the Morning Star, the
Hurst goods lu this Hue ever seen here. There are but a
few of eai-b, and tboe wbo wish to secure tbe best will
please apply early.
.Vs the ubovo vessel wUI probably not bring auy more
of these curios for sale, this will bo the only chain, e for
oblaitiiug them. Apply to
H. M. WHITNEY.
Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu,
1.U POUT tit AND OEALKU
DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
And Patent Medicines,
A Complete Line ol
Toilet & Faun Soaps.
Bttfumay, Jfuir Oil, Soap Toiltt and
Sachtt jRmder, Comb, Hair, 7botht
and Nail SrutKet, Etc., Etc.,
BATH, SURGEON & CARRIAGE SPONGES
star .Mills Medicated Paper.
cc I'nrtletllnr attention pnlil to hii pp 3 i it
Patyalelawti Shliw, nml PlitnlHlioua
as ilia 11 UE SBCtaS. fx
ftij- PliTslruiiii1 rrescrlpllunt carefully prrparrii Day or
1 Miuir hli.i.. . i
Matting, Matting, Matting!
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract & Good
CASTLE & COOKE'S !
San Francisco. New York and England
Consisting in Fart of
Fine and Medium Tickings,
Amoskeag Bro. Drills, Amoskeag Blue Drills,
Fine and Medium While Flannels,
One Case of those Superior O. B. Bleached Cottons.
Downer's Kerosene Oil,
FROM BOSTON. ALSO,
Garden and Plantation Hoes, No. 1 and 2 ; Mattockt
C. S. Spades, Sbovell, Scoopt and Raket,
Handled Axes, Hatchets Shingling and Axe patter.
Rim Knob Locks, Cheat and Padlocks. Ac.
Clothes Pint. Raw Hides, Sash Cordt.Sand Ptper,
Sath Cord. Syringes, Mucilage, Horse Cardt,
Sledges, Champers, Horse Nails and Shoe Ink,
T Hingea 5 to 14 in., Tioned Tackt to 14 in.
W. W.. Paint, Shoe, Sernb and Varnith Brushes,
Self Heat Irons, Mason's Blacking,
Corn Starch, Whiting, Metallic Paint,
Snow White Zinc, Eastern Brooms, Patty,
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Common, Clipper,
San, Perkins A Howes, 4c.
Lanterns, Kerosene Wicks, Jc.
A few doxen of the best Patent Glass Preserving Jars,
Per Jane A. Falkinburg,
Oregon Dried Applet. Oregon Hamt
Fresh Salmon, 1 and 2 lb. tint,
Also, on hand,
Paris, Eagle 2 and 20, and Clipptr Piowt,
Cultivators, Horse Hoes. Canal Barrowt,
Cane Knives. Scythes and Snaiths, Ac.
Cat Nails 3d to 80d, Cat Spikes 5 to 8 inch.
Files Rmnd Sqaart, Flat and 1-Round, 8 to 18 in.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & Oils
U i l;iM ix IO. 10x19. 12 x 10, sfcc,
A Large Asst. of other Goods,
WHICH WILL EB
Sold At Low Rates
CASTLE & COOKE.
ny b. r. aoaaia.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
At hnlr-Mt B A.M.. at tastlrwroum.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fiue Prints, Mu.llnt. Linen Prills,
Ilrown Cottons. Wta'te Cwtrtaat, Mrnno,
Victoria Lawns, Silk llaodkerohiets.
Hemmed Lrnen Handkerchiefs.
Harvard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Or.rtnirts,
Turkish Towel, for PatMntf.
Blankets. While Shirts, AiuosVeaj Denims,
Atnoskeag Stripes, Cotton Drill. Brilliants,
Fin. Tweed Suit., lied Quilts,
Merino and Cotton Vndtrshlrts,
Fell and Straw Hatt, Ladies' Hots,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits,
Traveling Bags, Ktc.. Etc., Ete.
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines. Wrapping Paper,
Soda Cracker. Clolhss Pins, Dams,
Baeon, Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea. Oysters,
Axe Handle., Salt,
Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Brown and Crushed Sugar.
1 Oairria.jaTaB Horse.
Klud ami iieiitle, stands without faatenlna;.
To Close Consignment,
POaiTITH MAIaB !
nt 1 o'clock,
Ca.-ci Me Given' Ale, quart, in good order,
D do du, piot. do dj
Caef Hhine Wme.
Case Carte R"ie Champagne,
Cafe Port Wini
Ca- Sberry Wine,
Cae Orange Bitters.
VALUABLE RICE LANDS
By '. M. H1RTOW.
AX Snlcs Room
at 19 o'clock A.M. will b sold,
A variety of
Clothing and Books.
At I! oVKa-k I
A Kind and Gentle Saddle Horse.
C. 3. BARTOW. AaeVf.
LEASE OF FISH POND!
By oruVr of tnr (..mmlliiwfof(,nwn
On SATURDAY, - - Sept. 23d,
at 13 o'clock noon, at AUulanl Kale, til.
Lease of the Fish Pond.
Wnlnunf. Kwn, ! .Inn. I afOnhtt.
known aa the LOKO WEI-lstA." coalalali an areaof
for a term of Ten yaara, at an tluawt t,rMe of Two lluo
unu auu Fifty IMUn . faik
By oMer of Ibe Onmnihauonert of frown Lantta. at the
saute Una. and place, t wilt a.11 tn.
Lease of a Certain Tract of Land.
SltualaJ In WAIA.N.VK. EWA.
a. ftillowa, to wit: tUftim!!!
.bore near M. lamia' house anil
S. .'.! W. II) chain. u llualtai
1 lo lW cliain. oluiitf Huakaele; tbeae. I
oluuiia alona; iHirtler of : Ihene M. K
taaaaaWfa, aa w. 50.100 rhaiu. ; iwanca
still alone; tlpiikaula: tlianc, s - v.
n,tl K. .0. 100 oIuUim ; theme s. t: W
thence X. IS" W. JO-too chains : th.1.0
1011 chain, akina nunler of Opokaola.
I S4.I00 chain, aloaif harder of Kulal)
H. j:i E. t chain, oloiis: twrder af Kula O
N. 70 K. J chains: thetuv N. 37 K.
tbenca N. t7 ' W. at 100 chains : thence
luo chain. A1..11C tlpukaula ; rhence 'i K.
the place of tH-oitinltuf- and cuitalnlnc i
tf ten years at an upset price of tjo r
tract la well adapted for the cultivation ol
C. ft I1AI
1 of tlahu. aewnhed
v euat point on taw
Una aluiut Ibe teaerb,
ihence .. M II" W.
at n w. t rn.ua
I U AI ,1111,
At 1- o' c1tn.lt noon, at -v. . . will be soM
at Public Auction, that n rtaln
Piece and Parcel of Land,
Mtuat.-I in Kultepu, Katlllii, OmIiu, wttlt ail the llu ll.ttnun
aud nprovciucms llivnou, b Itin Apima 4 of buul aa
dt-ariibcd iu Koyat ruU tH, B :it;i. an.l ruotaltdnf tn
M-10O ucr', Nvarly six iutcs f tltc w fit for Uice
tr KtU. and a uever ftuluift spriioc tf water runs through
the laud niaklnc the whole capable of IrrUtatlon. There
are ton 10) Kalo at(jhea planted with Kalo, some nearly
A comfortable hon-se with three rooms U upon the pro
perty, auI tho whole a tleair.iblp Inv, stiuent fur parties
with small means who wish lu Improve the occaniou
offered by the Itectproclty Treaty to make a handsome
addltltiii tit their hoNM Title perfect. For plan aud
further uarticuhUB upply to
E. P. ADAMS. Auc&'r.
Kilobit's Patent Steam Pumps
C. BREWER & CO.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islands
Per Byron from Bosaton
Sept. 16, IBOVE CELEBRATED PUMPS, FROM NO. 2 TO 6,
AM ARK ItKinV IO ItM IIIK OKI.IKH
fur any of the pumpa of thla uiaJtv to b funaardwd
OTPrland If neceaaary
House on Emma Street.
atl o'clock I' St.,
Ou the premises, Emma street, on the land of
will b.- sold
ONE FRAME HOOSE
With Pour Rooms,
OJNaE COOK HOUSE,
to be removed
One Bedstead, Crockery, etc.
K. P. ADAMS. Aurl'r
SALE OF REAL ESTATE
Belonging to C II Lewera, Esq.,
IS POSTPONED UNTIL
i: V aii t Ms. Anet'r
RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS,
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
American and English Books
OFFIC STATIONERY iv Ac, Ac.
CAP PAPER, I H.AL CAP, LsEXTEK AUD
N ' j . . i r .
New Styles thin French i i r i . I Note Papers,
Envelopes of all Styles,
blauk Boo, If emorandluoD Books,
rocket Knives and gold pens.
Oral and Square Picture rratuea,
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS,
Stereoscopes and Stereoscope Views.
Letter (lips, Book H la tea,
Olaaa U eta and Leather Traveling Inkstands
Choice Wood and Pearl Office Inkstands,
Fine Wallets, Purse and Bogs,
PAPIER R1CHE AND MOROCCO PORTFOtlOS!
Peart and Scotch Card Case.,
Letter Copy Booka and Finishes Copjrlns; Paper,
Letter Preaaea. Mathematical Instrument.,
Oreen Spectacle. Pocket Comrnatst,
Cheat Men. IMmtnoea, Cnsbac Boardo,
Children's Alphabet Blocka,
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses.
Tortoise Phcll and BaSklo-born setts.
Quill and Wood Tootoptcfca.
afteel Pens Ulott'i, Perry's and other makers,
Cryital and Dtamood niboer,
I Tory Paper Knires and Erasers,
Ink Ei tractors and pounce,
Microscopes. Wood and Robber Rulers.
WRITING DESKS. I FINE ASS0RT1ENT
Str All order promptly Oiled. -
M If - 31. IV 11 ITS EY.
THAT VERT DESIRABLE DWELLIHO A If O
Pmntte. No tV Nuuanu Avenue, eontalnln( par
lor., dlnina; room, bedroom, dresatnt room, China, and
clothes doeet. on first floor, baoement under all ; the,
rooms on second door, kitchen and pantry connected, Ola
with boaement beneath. bathing and waabroom, earrlaf a
botue, liable, fowl hoote, ate, in order. Apply It)
Am 10. SAT 1 J. H. WOOD.
ALSO Use eottaa-e and premtae. adjotabui, wlm ata
rooroa, kitchen, bathroom, servants' room tier, room,
at able, and carriage bouse.
lion i it i t:t:ii rt mi-si.
Mllll' l"t vllS,
inn h i i itv ri w,
A M, I M I'l Mil.
I'ntnp nr Hot M ('old Water, Mailt met
Price, and other luformaUon tlven hy
0t 3m C. BKKWKK A CO., Aetata
F. L LENEHAN ft CO.
Till: I IILLOWIM1
From the A 1
British Barque ( nnoma
ASP OTHER ! I ! . AKItlVALH,
Consistmij of the folloiriiuj Machinery :
Ilxro Stonm ClnriUora,
SOU and Svo (JAllona.
A mm: AiVtoRTiin ntoin: or imith
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Rest Hootch Bar Iron, aanorted 'I let
Rest Scotch ftheet Iron, aaaorwd staes ; Pis; Iron,
PAINTS AND OILS!
Tina White Lead. Tina White Zinc Paint,
Tint Genuine ltod Lead,
Tina lllack and Bine Palm,
Urn mi UuUtd Unwed OU.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH i
BEAT BLAt aiHMlTH COAL,
BElST sn.ni COAL.
Fencing Wire, aaeorted ataea, anueale.1 and icalvanlaad,
Oalvanlaed llucketa, assorted shtes.
A General Assortment of Supe
Fancy Drilling, Fancy Prints, White (
llan Kerchiefs, liitighaau, HaUoea I
Tweed., assorted : Broadcloth, Coating
ALSO, A FCLL AMHORTMr.tT OF
Cases Heidatlek't Champagne, pint and quarts'
Basket Lawrence's Champagne, pt aod qts.
Basket Lawrence's Cbampaga., extra dry.
Cases Heonetsj't Braad,
Cases Kartell's zxx Brand;,
Cases Pisaat'j 1S2 Broad,
Case Small Geneva,
Case Best ttttt.va.
Cat Beat Old Tom Oln.
Ca.es Best Kinaoan's L Irlah Wtiak.j.
Coses Danville's Irish Whi.koj,
Best Seoteb Whiskey ,
Qaarter Casks Best Hannataj'i Pal Braad,
Quarter Casks Bast MrteU' Brand,
Quarter Costs Jamaica Rum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Htrmiteft aad O.t.C.
Cat Belt Pal 3hrr,
Ca Best Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pal Sherr.
Quarter Caaks Irish Whiak,
HcEwan's India Pale Ale,
Plat and Quarts.
India Pal Ate, pint aad quart,
Bat k Co's In li Pal Ala, piatt and intrtj,
Oraog Bitten, in eaaea,
Boatelleaa t Co' 1, 2, 1 aad I dlaatond Brand
Cases Soperi .r Vermouth,
Cat Vokat't Bitten, Cat Soparior Claret,
Ac A., Aa.
rates H'EWAS H XXX WTO IT. la .tone jot;.
PrXTH A Mi QUAKTB.
ate, ate, ate., ate.
Mio f. T. LENEHAN A CO.