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! uwi or I7.
I It 4roprinliB Rill.
Baling Fjwrtk ar.pror.rtst tons for the use of the
WinwfuiMiC. dannr tbe two years which Mill end
art the tairtv-tirst da; f March, ill U year one
Ibnnaaad eight hundred sad reveu: V -eigtll .
e it KaacleJ by the King and the Legislative
Avetafci at the Hawaiian Islaad in the Legislature
f the Kinrdum atsesibled.
yatUmi 1 . The follssissst; ibbi asaoentiny to one
aaiMtoa, two hvadred aad slaty-four thouaand. tereu
aad thirty-m dollars and one cent, ate
ated et of any raorey in the 1 reas
ice t the Itteaaial Fitcal I'.-rio.l,
cfaiiriag with April Irt, 1870, and ending with
terra 31 A, 1ST", Tit :
He M Tt .Pete Par", and It .vat Htat
cr r. kaa
ud Sttreur) .
iaqfftriafsry aad V-tr Cossctl.
I afaWhal of lesrtalat.re 174
l.i;-i-. ..f Wt-i!u- 17-,
1 at iter tale
relar ..t ecJ Aaucatle Jaattce
Salary af Cl-rt of tapretsr Cewrt
.-.,, of Imit Clers of dfiruif Our!
raawry wf lessrareter cp. aad Pullce Cearta. .
4' .n n
t htlM N
. Mat ou
Salary of Sherlfl id" Hawaii
Hilary Shcrif of Meal
tialarr of Sheriff of Kauai
Salarr of Clerk ol -berltr of Hawaii
Salarr of Clerk ofKkerirfofHiai...
I'olire of Hawaii
Police of Msnt aU.
Police of Banai
Apprebeaatoa of Criminal
Incidental of ticpartmeii t
Expenses ol t'orouera' Inquests .....
tureen of fwMie JsifrwoTfist.
Ralarr of Inspect." rtenetal
Trarlnic Expense of Inspector lleoetal
balary ul Chut aJ hoard ol Kducatiea
Psppurt or HeiralUa aoa ssftat Sch...l . ..
of Columoo - i -
hew Buildinr tor lleUmiitorr !,...!
Koildilii; nod lUpalinot Scltil M.SJe
stclolarl.l el itahu Owllcsi tor Hawaiiaoa ....
National Mu.eom aod i.oothei purine
rutionety and Incidental board of Education.
e-gi-leliiri- nod lull CilliCtl
ji. i. iri i :
ln-parltnt-nl roii-lpti Affairs ... ..
I' i . II t of War
! i. t n,. . id the Interior
Iif-parlnieiil .'t nuance
iK-pNitloxot -h AttoUMCl lifboral
Itur.au af I'ut'l.c i . .. !.
. 43.0M 00
f 4,000 00
.1 ;e.oao oo
la ooo oo
. T0.W no
. X:.4lHl On
. i3".9M .VI I
. 2of..f: on
To.ycn ub j
an iiTetleeinable currency. This may have
been the leading object of the framcrs of the
bill ; if so, their expectations may be realized
during the next two or three yeans, while the
enrrency of the country will have become
demoralized by a measure intended originally
tn make it more safe and convenient, and less
liable to fluctuations.
1 1 rra 1 1 Jndce t
of Circeit Judaea ot Hawaii
orCiecait Ju lK tw Karaal
of f.titrr JaiUf ol linwdula
w nwath of March, 1ST6
at l'.dice ieatice ol Uhaina .
er Ichrwarv and March. IfTfO
t J.naa ) . trhnur) aad March, 1870. . .
of ll,ttirt Jadgr, rvua, Hawaii
of Itaitrtjct Jadee, Kaa. "
BBl I lar, of lliT Del Jude. ICaO. Hawaii.
, ,j Pfaad Lrw4eav Verth AWeav Ham-an .
y ed IMstrict JediTc, boatli Kout, Hawaii . . ,
if both other held by one beraja, fDOOj
: biUirt Judff. North Kobala, Hawaii-,
j o! Bwlnm JoJj;. . ?eth Kobala. lUwaU .
jafDaatrK-. Jade Hmiakua. Hawaii
jmtmtrin Jndrv. Wailnke, Mail
I of Inetricl Jmr lloneaala, Maui .. .
, at iM-lrirt Jadar. Maaiwan, Meal
. x Ii.-iri.-l Ju l:. Makaaao. Maui
v ,TIhtrict Jadre. Han. Maai
i ,.t Imtrn-t Jadee, Kanpo, Maul
(If both otlcee held by one petKHi, fSOO)
f.r October, NoTtajiber. Deceaiher, 1S75,
ai.uai , . t rbreary. March, Kf
, ol Iniatrict Jarbje. Mnlokai
diaceipeaae to be expended under the u-
Tiatj of the Gorernor of Maui
I of Ilitnc1 Jadjre. Lauai
i (dllMtricl Jadure, Kwa A Waiinae. Oahi...
i . IfcwtrKt JadLire, Waialua and Koolauloa,
! i,B IS
t 10,000 00
ft. ooo oo
2 too 00
7.- I Hi
(If filled by two perron. (100 each.)
t of Iiim -l Judei-. Koolanno-u. O.1I1U . ..
twbtry 4 Ilwtrtct Jadce, llmalei and Auahout,
Salary of IbaUict Judp-, Uhar, Kauai
atalary of Jade, Knioa. Kaaal
laala-y of lhlrict Julr;,-. Waimei, Kauai
taalary of Clerk tf Sd Judicial Circuit l oart
fsautary of lt Clerk of at Judicial Circuit Court. . .
Salary of 2d Clerk of 3d Judicial Circuit Court. . .
ir .: Cirk ot Mi Judicial Circuit Court ....
tt--ni of tlf Mlpreaie lapurt
Kl' mm wituaaii In criminal eaae (to be al-
I wrd by the preaidtur; Judec at hbj diacrelion,)
atlapawae of Circuit Curt, 2d Judicial Ciicuft
l.v- -, ' n. u.I D M d JndirialCinUit . .
aTiaiajm iiTtn 11 it Court, 4lh Judicial Circuit
rWrrbaar of Law Book
ffaMtfaaery aad Incidentil fur ill the Court, (in-
rJaaiec of expenw- tor printinc and MWM. . .
Fararahiiic the Cliaml-r. of the Chief Juitice .
frintittar the 3d Volume of th-' Il'-ciai.ju ot the
iNuprerjac Court, in both lancuacea ............
Kj jki' 11 ' 0 Ftmign Again.
Salary a" iitoter f
Haiary of taeretary
Oahre yipanira Foreicu Afient
1 . . . aad I . Mitala
Eip-o-e. Fomcn Miaaiou...
Malar of Mmiatet KeaKlent at Waabinfftou . . . . . .
vi 1 iTbaifri- d Aflairt". Iain loll . .
Eatrrf and return of indigent uativc Hiwaiiins
$1.261, 736 ol
Sec. 2. The Minister nf Finance shall credit the
appropriatim of the last Itieuuiat Fiscal PerioJ all
Ibc auiounti appropriated by the Act approved the
1st In nf August, A. 1). 174, and remaining un
expended on the tt dar of March, A. It. lS7o. not
olbcrwiso re-ippropriated. and such iranunte shall he
deemed no lunger available Tr the objects for which
they were originally appropriated.
Sec. A. The Minister of Finance (ball continue to
pay the salaries appropriated by this Act, the com
pensation uf .Soldiers and Coartables, tbc compensa
tion of School Tcaobcr., and the current expenses of
the Uureau of Kducatiun, tbc excuses of the Fire
llcpartuirnt. uf the Supreme and Circuit Courts,
Exchequer Hills and tiuvernmeut Stocks, and the
interest accruing tlicreon, until the 30th dry of June,
A. D. 1S7S, unless new appropriations are made
before that date.
See. 4. Tbc Minister of Finance ibatl not cause
or allow to be paid from the Treasury any money for
objects nut prorided lor by this law.
Seo. 5. It shall be lawful for the beads of De
partuicnt.', in cases where special appropriations
may fall short, to apply tu same the surplus ol oilier
special approptialionx in the same Department, not
required La tic expended, so as to make up the
deficiency, each head of Department duly account
ing tu (be Legislature for such transfer: but in no
case shall appropriations for internal improvements
in one gubernatorial division be transferred to
Sec. C. No person bohliog more than one office
fur which salaries are prov.ded shall be autborited to
draw for moro than the salary of tbe highest grade
of office held by him. if the salary ot any office
held by bim shall amount to two thousand dollars
or more ier annum, and be shall be entitled to no
other or further couipensnlion whatever, for any
other services he may render the government.
Sec. 7. This Act shall take cUocl Irutu and after
the dale of its passage.
Approved Ibis i'Ktli day of September, A. 1). 1S76.
IT has ple.ed Hi Majesty the Kins; to pardon and set
at liberty the following: persons:
Alalia, Kekuihewii, Alohlkeu, Unlit, nana, Kalliuakeo,
Kohoalii, Kaiviku, J DO. 1'adeken, I. lndeken.
lolani Palace. Kept. 23d.. IS7C.
Parliament I'runn ucil.
Apreeably to public notice, the Legislative
Assi'tnbly was prorogued at 12 o'clock noon
of Saturday last by the Kiiii; in person. A
few minutes before the above hour, their
Majesties arrived at Aliiolani House, in the
state carriage, drawn by four bay horses,
and under a royal salute, fired from a battery
within the Palace grounds. The cavalry.
under command of Lieut. Makanui, were
drawn up in Kin, street, and the Household
rroopi and Prince's Own Volunteers under
Major (iulick, in front of the main entrance
of the Government House. The hall was
well filled, but it was remarked that the
audience was smaller than usual. The King
appeared in plain dress, which is always the
most becoming to Uat, Queen Kapiolani was
very tastefully attired in a rich white silk,
with a black velvet skirt, trimmed with
white silk or satin. Her dress and easy
manner were admired by every one. After
the opening prayer by the Kev. H. H. Parker,
His Majesty read the following speech, in
Hawaiian and English :
Nobles and Repbkskntatives : I con
gratulate you upon the termination of an un
usually protracted session, and I desire to
express my appreciation of the services of all
those gentlemen, whether Nobles or Repre
sentatives, who, at considerable personal
sacrifice, have devoted their time to Legisla
The appropriations which you have made
for the different branches of the Government
are on a liberal scale, and it will now be the
duty of my Ministers to seo that the several
sums are spent economically, and so as to
secure the greatest possible advantage to the
I trust that the laws which j-ju have en
acted will be productive of all the benefits
which you anticipate, and amongst the reso
lutions which it has pleased you to pass, I
look forward with hope to the good effects
which may spring from the one by which you
recommend the Appointment of Commissioneiu
to devise Way! and Means to arrest the de
cay and decrease of the original Hawaiian
The following pi-rsiiiis have Wen this day npiiointed
Agent to take acknowledgement to Ooiitracts for lalair
in accordance with pro, isions of nn ' Aot to amend aertloiis
t and 2 of 'An Act for the protecUon of parties to con
tracts, aulliorixrd by section 1417 of the civil Code, ap
proved on tin- Bih day of July, a. U. 1872,' approved the
2ath September, A. Is. 16711.
Henry Walcrhi.uac- Konft, Oahu.
Crras T. MM - Konn Oahu.
tt. Ilereuuhw -...Kooliunuko, Oahu.
D. W. lvalue . Molokal.
W. L. MOkHOXCA,
Interior Office, Sept. Mfc, 1S7G. Minister of the Interior
I, MSI 00
Dtpartmmt of War.
af Military and Vulruiteera $ 60,686 3C
Uepartmcnt of Inttnor.
Salary of M.naner 8 000 00
c Mliry en ainiurier m oo
r ul Chert Clerk 4,000 00
r ol Second Clerk s.ooo oo
Salary at Coreroor of Oakn .1.000 00
Salarr of Governor of Kauai 2.400 00
Salary of lieeernor of Hawaii 8,000 00
flall J af Clerk of Governor of Oahu 800 00
Kaiery ol Clerk of OoTeraor of Maul 1,(00 00
Salary af Clerk Governor of Maui due and unpaid 160 00
f ' ' 1 1. v-rt. - Maun I.lasi on
Aalary of Clerk Goeernor ot Hawaii 1.200 00
Malar of Jailor of Oahu friaon 3,000 00
Salary of Water Suiierintendeni and Clerk of
Market. Road Supervisor far the Island of
Oahu and Supertolenden: of Public Works.
Mary nf Cirri m Koperlraendem of Water
ti aras aad Clerk of Market
Salary of Peat Mailer General
Salarr of let Clerk, foal Office
Salarr el tad Ck-rk. Peat OMce
Par of Past Masters. Hawaii
rav of Past Master. Maui. Mulokai and Laud..
Pa ot Past Masters. Kauai
1-av of Mail Carriera
NOTK K EtfBLsVTUval TO OI.VS
Notick Is hereby given that Uie following resolution
passed His Majesty's Privy Council on the 2tth instant.
ltxsoi.vKD, That tbls Council hereby fix the rate at
which the following silver coiii6 shall be taken at the
Treasury, via: Spakish, Mexican, and PmmCVtall
J'-:abter lOLl,uts at twenty-five ceubi each, or equal to
an Atnerkain quainter dollar. Jnci. k Walkkh,
Milliliter of Finance.
612-lin Finance Department, Sept. Itsth, 1H76.
In nminliuirc uith Mielloii 2 ot All Act to
Amend Sections 1, : and 30 of Chapter 4y uf tbe IVnal
Ccale, relating to Public Health. It has plcasa'd Ills Ma
jesty 11 appoint the following gentleuieu as Members of
the Hoard of Health, via ;
His Ex. W. a MtaHlr, President,
Uls Kx. W. It. CA8TLK,
Hon. S. G. WILDER,
Dr. R0I1EKT McKIIIBIX,
Dr. F. B. UUTCUI.NSOS.
lolani Palace, Sept 23, 1S76. Cll-3t
1 cannot omit also to express my gratifica
tion that during your session everything has
been accomplished to carry into effect the Re
ciprocity Convention with the United States
of America, a convention which must result
111 increased prosperity to the Nation and
which should materially aid in preserving the
Hawaiian race, by offering to the people an
incentive to industry, one of the surest means
of preserving health and long life.
I have to thank you for the liberal provision
which you have made for myself and family.
Noiilks and Kki'Iiesextatives : When
you return to your homos, I trust that you
will impress upon the people the necessity of
resjiectitig the laws and of laboring diligently
for the advancement of themselves and fami
lies ; and let them remember that whilst they
have now presented to them an opportunity of
securing their prosperity, such prosperity can
only be secured by industry and by respecting
the laws of Hod and man.
I now declare this Legislative Assombly of
the Kingdom prorogued.
the ministers in reflecting on the good luck
which had attended their efforts to defeat the
various resolutions of censure, and the mem
bers in anticipating the pleasures of the pro
The bill to amend the opium law of 1874
was passed on its third reading, and there
lieing no further business the Assembly ad
journed. Centennial Letters-No. 4.
PltiLAOkLrniA, Ang. IS, 1S76.
Dear flunri,-Taking an excursion ticket for
fifteen days, we come to this city, centre of attrac
tion for the whule world, (a week ago), and truly I
hare lived fast in this week. Approaching tbe city,
Centennial signs and advertisements multiplied on
every fide : passengers poured in from all the subur
ban towns in great numbers : tbe train whirled
past magnificent Kairmount Park, giving glimpses
of the buildings large and small, gay with thousand
flags and streamers, tbe c lor of every nation ; the
hotels Atlas, tilobe, and International, and many
smaller ones, showed the abundant accommodations
erected expressly for tbe patronage of the traveling
world. At the commodious, elegant and convenient
central depot, where trains come in from all parts of
the compass almost every hour of tbe day, we were
forcibly and happily impressed with the wonderful
facilities afforded for comfortable traveling, for we
were alone, but following tbe crowd down the long
platform, every few rods found a railroad official or
police officer waiting respectful, polite, aod atten
tive. " Where do you want to go?' is addressed
polrely to any one who stops for a moment period. Tbe
long line uf otnuiburses, street cars, and backs are on
every side, while the gauntlet need not be run
through a eroud of screaming vociferating back men,
for tbe drivers arc not allowed on the railroad plat
form. Mentioning tbe street and number where we
desired to go, our official gives the precise directions
and saw us seated in tbe proper street cars, and the
conductor of the same sees us safely dropped with
exact direction where to turn, and a few moment's
walk brought us to tbe house of tbe friends we
sought. The first diy we spent in the Centennial
was Saturday, Aug. 12th. The previous afternoon,
however, our kind city friends gave a very excellent
" beginning " by a drive in their private carriage
through some of the principal avenues uf tbe wonder,
ful and beautiful park, ending with an entire circuit
of the Centennlai enclcsnre. tbus giving a clear idea
of all the buildings and grounds, with the prominent
plaoes of interest and their location in regard to etch
other. Main building, machinery ball, agricultural
hall, horticultural ball, the art buildinir or Memorial
time gardens ; old fashioned flowers, sun flowers,
and hollyhocks, with mint and peppers on either fide
ot the walk, and a mammoth beet aad turnip showed
a small vegetable bed, amidst the flowers. Entering
in you are at once surrounded by old time relics : a
spinning wheel in operation is worked by a lovely
yoang lady iu old time costume. The dresses worn
are all relics. I believe, bur the snowy lace and white
muslin eaps have been reprodoeed from anoieut
modelf, and to grace tbe sweet fair faces that have
so kindly lent themselves to give Ufa to the old time
tableaux. Here are old high back wooden chairs
and quaint old rocking chairs, envered with a verit
ablo old ebintx of a hundred years old. At one of
the front windows sits a plump lady knitting stock
ings from veritable yarn of tbe same age. Of course
tbe hose are blue, and the yarn is so tender that
often she most tie a knot. Here is the very old
cradle, black with age, and mibus t c roekara, ia
which Peregrine White, tbe baby born oa the May
flower in !C0, was lulled to sleep, and duwn in the
deep cradle lie two dolls, side by side, one an un
couth rag baby of one hundred or mora years ago,
and the other a darling wax baby uf the present
generation. Old writings lie on the stand in the
centre of the room, and tbe fire place represents t ho
veritable old days ; an old crane from which depends
pott and kettles which have sent in, heir looms
from kitchens of formor generation! . kf. A. C.
I In- te tglftlit t tare.
Pn M Boa.!
er Bovil Ml
for island except Oafcu
Far Paa-caaar aad Fencing of Land for Public
Cawaaterv for llawiuaut
Par of aliawemi.il
loc letiul loicrior Department
Caiprutr Record of Land Commiaaiun
i and no outer purpose
i tor Hawaii
For Maui. Molokai and lateral
Public ! far Employ menl of rriaun-
, and Nurses
i Board of Ileal ih
Hawaiian Board of Health.
. ater Works
i Kavlftlirn. and no other pur
er, mo IH. oner purpoa,
lox As but
Aval taQacn'i notplial....
i . .. nt .-urrri art ...
rk?ITlrni'i'lllooolalu ' .
U-.cneef.ai Stat Truni.al.rj;
later Jtland Mean
aatfatrac rifi si i fUeaancr Tele
Itiii aad Many
Bijiorv f vnatra, Uouoki la
Btavatra latfht Hons. iVaa'i'kfja .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'...'.
Lavbt II eaae. Lahain.
lsjt jUrtat. gfc--
Fence far Ctatmm arfl?!l.!.l.TI
Virtttl fatal Fence tat New Government Baild-
Market at Laaaini
Market al Kailalu......
Market it HBo
Fi iimtttin al latatfsvrallat, aad no other
fl A WAIIAN GAZETTE
Alreadv Entered Into by Oov
ii fl far Ixfajaellllan of Laborer.
Far Fturawi Mai' Agenci
lasaar Tlllt.lttli elation
fPy BbbIbIb ..... a.. .......
Beat ol Lei in Front of Abiolani Dale to March
Sea ol Aienai to March 31st. 1878.'. ..........
For ffefcwfUxinf an later -oaaaad steamer, and no
l or BfuUuaf hew laMer-tatand gtraater, and no
ether pur;,. . ...
Bkaai latn-lit fa-lal-.nal. , areif Oahu. and no
r FBaag a Cenitlcites or
-i Act fm I
ie Interior (
lU-nrr ri Aiiarv o! M.nial, r
Isalar of ReciaCrar ot Public Account
ll IJ ot CobVciaar General
aakwy Heisajr CaHtrttlr
ttastry af Istmijui and Gaanl
Caarda, Booalala am! other ports, and
Cmfftoat Ucttte, aad no other pru
e-aia-r Cak-t n
raw at Tax lasmtait, dm to unti l t per cent.
r at Tru CffBecsava, not uexeeed 6 per cent. .
u xsaat rantuf Doe, am as other purpoae
I on Nalioria! Debt
CoduVinr CivS Code
t-j Directisn of the King iu
t 8,(00 00
ii m m
20 .ft.' U
AN INDEPENDENT JOURNAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN' PROGRESS.
PUBLISHED AND EDITED BY
IIEXKV :. WHITNEY.
WEDNESDA Y. OCTOBER 4.
It it reported that Alieonp, fhe Cliineac
colporteur, lias recently died in China, leaving
! Hawaiian wife and four or five children.
While we are providing free passages for im
migrants from I hat part of the world, would
it not be wise to instruct our Consul at Hong
kong to extend the same privilege to this
woman and her children, who doubtless desire
to return. There are in almost cverj- port
and country bordering on this ocean, Ha
waiians who have strayed away as seamen or
servants, who would gladly return to their
native shore, were any means provided. A
statement was recently published in one of
the native newspapers that there are now one
hundred and fifty Hawaiians living in Wash
ington Territory, some of whom desiro to
return here. Let instructions be issued to
our Consuls to encourage the return of any
such Hawaiians, and to communicate the fact
tu the authorities here, if they learn that there
are such, that ways and means may be pro
vided to get them back. They are heeded
here more than in foreign countries.
I of Miomcf GtucraL
8ala-v of Albrney CI natftl.
r-alat'e Case at HI fl eMgtjM
tlaij of Alir-o.
f f .000 00
On the fourth page of to-day's issue will
be found seven laws enacted by the Lcgis -lature,
Garnishee process, for collection of debts ;
Service of criminal process ;
Appointment of district justices ;
Jurisdiction of police and district justices
in certain cases ;
Amending the law regarding qualifications
of electors ;
Preservation of forests on government
To regnlato the currency.
The law designed for the protection and
preservation of forests can be of little
practical use at present, aB the government
owns no large wooded tracts where such
preservation is desired. It provides for leases
of forest land from the crown land estate, but
as most of such lands are already under lease,
it becomes a question whether any of these
properties can be obtained at present, and if
not, tbc uppointjncnt of a superintendent of
woods and forests would be little else than a
waste of public funds.
The act to regulate the currency has been
passed with the obnoxious features to which
we have before referred, and which a short
experience will demonstrate had better not
have been introduced into it. The advice of
the merchants has been Bet aside, and a policy
adopted which will result in producing a
scarcity of coin, and necessitate the issue ot
some paper substitute either treasury notes,
bank notes, or what will be worst of all.
0k Wednesday a resolution was introduced
by the Hon. Mr. Birch thanking their Excel
lencies the Ministers of Foreign Relations and
the Attorney General for the favor they had
done the country in advising His Majesty not
to sign certain bills which, in their opinion,
wore not calculated to result in good. It
was intended as a "sarkasm," as Artcmas
Ward used to say, and after a little indulgence
in that spirit of mirth in which all great
minds occasionally unbend themselves, the
Assembly passed to the more sober business
of listening to the apology of Mr. Mahelona,
the member from Ewa, who had been the cause
of the unpleasantness of the preceding day.
Tho Appropriation Biil was taken up, and
after some discussion the item for a subsidy
of $20,000 to the Pacific Mail Line was passed.
It will be remembered that on tho previous
reading of tho bill this item was lost by a
large majority, but since that time, some of
those who then opposed it most strongly have
come to the conclusion that it is a most de
sirable thing, and it finally passed by 23 to
17. The salary of the clerk of tho Attorney
uenerai was raised trom Sl,200 to $1,500. In
the department of education the item for Go
vernment schools was cut dowD to $13,000,
and the salary of Inspector General passed as
in the budget, on the understanding that the
position should be filled by some one else in
the place of the present encumbent.
It was reported on Thursday morning by
the proper committee that the King had
signed the Stamp Act. The following reso
lution, offered by the Hon. Mott Smith, was
"Resolved: That in disbursing the Bum of
f(30.0OO placed ill the Appropriation Bill for subeidv
to the Pacific Mull 8. S. Company, no part thereof
r""" om opto iui irq ourvici; aireauv penormeu by
the tteamtsliipa of the said Company, but said
money shall be used only In payment for services
to be rendered after a contract shall have been
sUrocd between this Governmeut and the said
A much needed amendment to the opinm
law, giving to the lower Courts jurisdiction
in causes brought for violation of the opium
law, was introduced by the Attorney General,
and passed its second reading, and was ordered
to engrossment. A resolution of want of confi
dence in the present Inspector General of
Schools was passed, and the remaining items
of the appropriation bill were read for the
third time and passed. A resolution was in
troduced to the effect that the Assembly have
one good square " feed " at the public ex
pense before separating, which was seconded,
but upon the Minister of Foreign Affairs'
announcement that he and his colleagues pro
posed to do themselves the honor of eutertain
fug the House at a lunch on the following
day, the resolution was withdrawn. This
took place at the Hawaiian Hotel on Friday
afternoon, and was well attended by members
of the Assembly, the Diplomatic and Consular
Corps, and prominent citizens to the number
of about one hundred.
The session of Friday was brief and de
voted to the completion of unfinished busi
ness. The committee appointed to inform
His Majesty that tho Assembly would be
ready to be prorogued on Saturday, reported
that His Majesty bad signified that he would
prorogue the House at that time with pleasure.
Complimentary resolutions were offered and
adopted in regard to the Officers of the House,
and flattering and unctions speeches were
made, and soft-soap was distributed with that
prodigality for which the good-natured Ha
waiian is remarkable, and late differences
were forgotten, and all were quite happy :
Hull, and the Government buildings nre the largest
edifices in the enclosure, but a multitude of oilier
buildings are scattered all along between, tome of
them State buildings and exhibits, others the exhi
bit and bazaars of the various nations, or annexes
to the wonderful things in the Great Hill, till one
is almost lost in tho multitude and variety of places
to sec and enjoy when once by tbe payment of tho
small sum of fifty ceuts you nre in.'ide of the charmed
enclosure. Largo gatos on every side with porter's
lodges give inress or egress to all the principal
points of interest. Here you seo the word Mouey
prominently di-played over every portal and a small
apartment is contiguous to every eolrance, where a
small broker's trade is carried on and you can ob
tain proper chnnge, or exchange as you desire. The
regulation it rigidly enforced that every admission
fee be exactly fifty cents in American currency,
either silver or paper ; no charge is made at tbe ad
mission gate ; one open alley it where employees
d contributors to tho Exhibition arc admitted free
which is strictly guarded by police, and all the other
aitlet are protected by a turn-stilo wbero ono at a
time pass through those turning bars, either going or
returning. Should any person be so unfortunate
at not to squeeze through tbeio wicket gates, there
is no resort but the carriage entranee ifiiiob it oppo.
tile to the main building.
Tbo first day at the Centennial we found it im
possible to maintain any order or system in sight
seeing, but went hero und there as the leader of our
party, who had been in often, dictated. Our first
visit wat to Horticultural Hull, where tbe tropical
plant!, trees and ferns bore a faint resemblance to
borne. Tbe palms, bananas, ferns, rose apple, and
India-rubber, as well as sugar cane and tbe bright
scarlet Hibiscus were family friends. The wings of
Horticultural Hall nre devoted to ferns, cacti, and
young plants, started in pott for sale. The " arum
esculen turn, 11 or more familiarly our Kalo, is culti
vated here ia parks and gardens at so ornamental
plant, and tbe leaves arc magnificent. Thoy call it
a Lily, and tbe bulbt aro takco up every winter.
The Canna,or Indian Shot, is also esteemed, a very
'are plant, and, by cultivation, many nice shtdet of
color bsve been developed in the blns-oms, tome of
tbem very rich, and wou'd be quite new at the
Islands. Double varieties also are produced by tbe
sauio high cultivation. Tbe Castor Bean, too, Is set
out in various places all through the ornamental
flower beds urouiid Horticultural Hall. Wo s&vr rows
of orange and lemoc trcelanted io large boxes on
the terrace below Horticultural Hall, some of them in
fruit ; and some of tbe Crepe Myrtle planted in the
Fame way were in bloom, but were faint and sickly
looking, evidently not at borne in that northern cli
mate. As we passed through the grounds from
Horticultural towards Agricultural Hall, oar own
observation gave life to the passages we read in our
guide book like this: "East of the Horticultural
Hall and lacing the river is a grand circular space,
in the centre of which is erected a magnificent foun
tain, its circle artistically decorated with flowers and
patriotic design! and with the thirteen stars, each
star of flowering plants of a different color." The
Barbary States, Algeria, Morocco and Tunis have
each a little bazar erected in their native architec
ture, and it was entertaining to pass from one to
another examining tbe jewelry and neck-laces of
fragrant woods, and the rich fabrics embroidered
with gold and silver threads ; but tbe greatest
cariosity of all were the salesmen and saleswomen of
those lands dressed in their own costume, who
waited on the crowds of visitors, chattering with
each other in their own tongue, and conversing with
their purchasers by signs and in broken English.
The women were particularly interesting with their
dark eyes, long lashes, and peculiar olive complexion.
costume of rich and delicate fabrics. Passing from
Agricultural Hall we made oar first flying visit to
tbe Kansas and Colorado building which of all tbe
State buildings seems lo elicit tbe greatest interest
and admiration. Tbe display of specimens of grain
and cereals is perfectly wonderful. The first object
tnat strikes tne eye as you enter tneuoor is tbe largp
Independence Bell suspended from tbe ceiling, an
exact representation even to the historical crack of
tbe old bell, but woven of gram stalks of various
kinds, and the tongue suspended tn the centre is also
made of grain. Tbe crack is exactand made of such
a dark shade that yoa long to examine it. The
artistic arrangement of tbe different kinds of wheat
and corn on various sides of tbe building can only bo
fully appreciated by a personal examination. Be
sides the cereals a great variety of stuffed animals
and birds areexhibitcd in glass cases which elicit uni
form admiration, and around one ease in particular is
a steady rush of admiring crowds. It is the ease of
animals and birds said to have been shot and pre
pared for exhibition by a Mrs. Maxwell, a lady of
Colorado, with her own hands and rifle. They are
most artistically arranged in and around a rock
grotto, all nnder glass. Tbe lady herself U often
there dressed in her bunting ? u it, as exhibitor but
on the day we were in we bad not that pleasure.
Phetographs of tbe grotto and the lady are for sale
abundantly, and we hear that a handsome rifle bad
been presented to her since the opening of tbe exhi
bition. A buffalo, several deer, and man smaller
animals and birds are in this collection. Prom tbe
Kansas and Colorado building, through the alerman's
Pavilion we took a very hasty glance ; wo pass on
and then enter the New England Kitchen, as it i.r
styled. This little building which like somaay on the
grounds is put up as a private speculation u one of
tbe objects of great interest, and of tbe many thou
sands who have, and will still, visit tbe exhibition,
there will be comparatively few who will net take a
peep at it. In this building the contrast between
life as it was one hundred years ago and as it is
now is most vividly shown. As you pass along tbe
tbe walk near it yoa are attracted by the sign " The
Old Lug House. Free to all." And from that sight
alone you are tempted in. The exterior shows a
genuine log house, laid up io mud, with a low roof
and one brick enimney. There is a charming little
porch all shaded by a luxuriant growth of Morning
Glory vines, which were just beginning to throw out
their wealth of blossoms. The little plat in front is
a charming representation, iu miuature, of tbe old
Knpreme Court October Term.
The Court opened at 10 o'clock A. !., of the 2nd
Mr. Ju-t.ee -Ju ... preiiding. ni Excellency W.
H. Castle, Attorney General for tbe Cmwn . aod W.
0. Smith, Deputy.
Hex vs. Pooloa. Prisoner indicted for having
opium in hit pofsession. Plea, not guilty. Tbe
jury found the prisoner guilty, and the Court sen
tenced bim to imprisonment at bard labor for two
months and costs $22 70. G. B. Kalaaukane for the
Hex vs. James Ilooghtnn. Indicted for an assault
with a dangerou.4 weapon. Pleaded guilty, and
sentenced to pay a fine of $250 and costs $.1.50, and
to be imprisoned at hard labor for one week. A. S.
Hartwell for the prisoner.
Rex vs. Kanakaole. Indicted for malicious barn
ing. Prisoner pleaded not guilty. The jury re
tumeJ a verdict uf guilty, three dissenting. Cecil
Brown and It. F. Biokertnn fo. the prisoner.
Rex vs. Kuailebu t.w.) Indicted for an assault
with a dangerous weapon. Prisoner pleaded not
guilty. The jury returned a verdict of not guilty.
J. P. Green for tbe prisoner.
Hex v. Koloa (P.) Indicted for having opium in
bis possession. Prisoner pleaded guilty, and tbe
Court sentenced bim tu imprisonment at hard labor
for three months and ontts S.i.50.
Rax vs. Ah Chong (W. P.) Indicted fur having
opium in her poisedsion. Prisoner pleaded guilty,
and was sentenced by tho Court to imprisonment at
hard labor for three months and costs $'(.50.
Nupreine i ourl In Probate
Sept. 26 Estate of Hapuku, deceased, continued.
Sept. 29-Pn:of of will orS. K. Rawson. deceased.
Petitiun of Michael Mdnorny for Probate of the will.
The Court admitted the will to Probate, and ordered
Letters Testamentary to be i i to Michael
Mclnerny, and Lettertt el Adtair.itratiun with will
annexed to be issued to W. C. Parke, npon their
filiug a joint and several bond in the sum of JfiOQ.
Notice to creditors to be advertised for four weeas,
and an inventory to bo filed in thirty days.
W. C. Parke et al vs. Cummings. Discontinued.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO:
THE HAWAIIAN DARK
R. C- WYWE !
II. WALTERS. Msit4r,
For frelgbt or passage ai-ply to
nArKFKI.ll A ft.
For San Francisco
The A 1 Amf rlcfin Barksnllns
NELLIE D. SLADE.
Will have Quick Dispatch forthe above Port
For Freight ami Paafaurr, apply to
410.21 C BKKWER fl It)., Afrnta.
For San Francisco.
Tin- AmiTlcnn Bark
DICKRT. M i-T-r.
Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Fort
For Freight, apply to
etl-Ot C. BREWKR it Co.
iiono l.n.i .
Will be ilbfpAtche'. In nrewiis line In Novi-rnfxr. Ontpra
for merchandise sent by the ouujoing mall can be tilled
by her. U
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'Y S
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE SPIaEXDID NTKAXSHIP
Si i-it 1 1 r ronrr or m mwino ..
i.ANH-v In probate. lfKirfi.fu.ts, Uaaua
'una a. a.
In thf matter of the estate of l
late of Honolulu, dimifl
Before Hon itiaa. R Harria.
for probate of will an. I 4
A itoroment porporting to be tbe tat
off. II. Linn, lata' of Ho
tbe UUi day of September A. U im beea
:...l limine f'nort. and a perftta ftar tka far
ami f..r t.aii.in.a. ..f lttet le.tama
I'.lstmp and W. U. Parke having been im by tiieta.
It la hereby onlereil, thai THTKMI) VV. the lit, oat
OF iH-nillKK. A. II. If?, al 'rkark. a. tt. ot
aaitl day, at ibe Itort nut of mmM f'ofsn. it Aaawfsata,
Home. In Honolulu. In the lafcatnl foata, be, asafj tbe
nuue Is. hereby appointed the time say prorlrajfafM -
ami bearing saw! PP"eaoea he atari wbeee any f-room
Interested may apfaear and earnest the aaM wU. aad tie
cr.intlnanf letter tealaffaeOarT.
II Is further ordered, that nuttee 1111 lag be
pnbllrarlnn. r.ir tri r. e
;.ir.etle nen .paper prhib-d ami pnhiMiied . !
And II la furtber entered. Ibat
siibnerlMng wttaeases to al nil. aad to las) bears ot Mas
IMa li'iooaiiu, 11' I iioToV jept.
C'llAfs. c HAftM.
Jostlre ,.l u. I
Attest: J no. E. Baa-xaao. Uepatv i tera.
Cllti I ITI-OI RTOFTHR MAWAlMa a.
MM ThinlJtKtW DHtrtrt. In rrobate
In the Kastte of John Avery isaimennf lah.pa'v-.v a
Ol reading ami Hllug tbe petition ! JoJo btttgatii. u
North Kobala. Hawaii, all.-a.mt ihal John A very sfsaiai i.
nf Laupabueme.. UUo. Hawaii, daad 1 li an affaa.
Hawaii, on tbe lath, day of Aaaraas. lSCa. tal faaastaat
Ibat letters of salmliikitrstlufi issse to ajaa
It ia urdered that Till II.HHV me ttb day of XIV
VRMRKR, A. D. 1ST, be ami hereby la -a(lnl I fr
hearing stud petition before the .aid J satire, ha SW llawi
llootn of thai Court, al Waiasea. if a a. si., at wbsrb tree
and place alt persons concerned sasj a pp. a ajag atasar
raose. If any l hey have, why aaM pottos ibi 14 set be
granted, mil that that order be pafisaib d is lbs figt n
and Hawaiian langisagee for three .nee. salvo si lbs at the
liiiaelte and Kuoktae. oearstbvpet om Haaastataaw
Dated Kobala. H. I.. September l lib . V H. item.
CHAKLKM rKKPKKIOK HART.
Justice of the Circuit ii.art. TblnlJ
ALL PBKMOXM ll l M. i i n .ar
tbe I tlala of Joseph Hnsre. tare ol llsnsw
of Maul, di natts il. are leosested to BSessit late
duly authenticated to me. at tart raaWe faf Ur.
.'I I. ill. i ran. Solicitor. Fort street. Ilooohara. si
mouth, of the dale of ibe Ural paaJhtlaa sf fata
or they will be forever barred : Slid all persons ha
tu the said estate are required to psy tits aatbastass
to me al aahl office.
Dated this avth day of September. IsTe.
iasecutor or the estate or sail
NEW ADV EKTISEMENTS.
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VE THAT PUR
SUANT to the power of sale contained in a certain
deed of mortgage dated Uie twenty second day of June
1171, made between William 0. Brown and faiulaa Kaltl
his wife of the first part und William tl finish of the
aecund jrnrt recorded In Liber 12. on pagi-a '!', 27. and 379
to secure tne payment or tne aum or Three hundred and
twenty-five dollars. In oneyear from the date thereof, with
Interest at one per cent a month. The said William 0,
linifdi, Intends to foreclose such mortgage aod after the
expiration of the time limited bv law, to cause the mort
gaged property to be sold by pnt'dm auction In Honolulu for
hrt'acll uf the cnllililloil I'uil'IUtle'l III the said awaat Such
prii.erty IK-Ing dt-scrlfied as follows.
All that land In Kiiknnukn. In Honolulu, Oahu, being
Koleana Indu 1144. Hoyat Patent No. ItUR.
K hoomaaa ma kc Iclhl aksn, mauka o kela, pili nna me
ko IlauhuiiknL a me ko Olilaoku, a e liolo ana, Ilerua 28
Ilikinu 1.4 'ikaula. ma ko oliLtoku, a tilkl 1 kealanul ; alalia
Hema 43 , Ko 4.00 knula, muku ki slanui. hlkl I ka po
pohaku, ma Kuauna, alalia Akail Ma 30', Kn 4-.-100 kaula
luako HiUal. alalia Hema 65 Ko 23-100 kaula klhl, alalia
i k.ni W IV, Ko 7M00 kaula, mako Halal a hUl I ke
klhl Akau, makui o kela pill ana me ko Halal a me ko
llauhaukol, Akau 33 IS' III I : kaula, ma ko ilauhan.
kof,a hiki kalil i boomaka al. A maloko ols up ma. 802.
Dated this third day of October, I
612.31 Attorney fertile sold William (I Ilmsh.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR S A L E I
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WYLIE !
One Hundred and Tbirty-one Days
Fro jjol Bremen
wkw styles of phi vrs-ri hhky
Red, Ulslil, white ground, chocolate, gray aod fancy.
Jaconets, llrown flnttons, 3 qualltlet; Wbite Cottons,
Horrocks' Long Ooth, A, R ft It ; Rrown Drill,
Hickory Stripes, Stripped Ticking, Rrown Holland,
Linen Padding, Blue Striped Denlmt,
Blue, White and Fancy Flannel, Mosquito Netting,
Hootch Water-proof Tweed, & colors,
Black Merino and Cobourg,
Linen, assorted numbers, l'J yard pieces, dec
Victoria Law oa, Barege, Lasting,
A SUPERIOR LO T OF TAILOR3' GOODS
Doeskin, Bucluklt), Diagonal, Iteppa, Cashmere, Uolesklu,
HANDKERCHIEFS 1 .
While Cambric, White A Turkey Ued Cotton, silk,
White Cotton aod Turkish, Linen Turkish.
Linen A Cotton, Brooks' Patent, Thread, Black lferino
Men's White and Gray Merino, Brown fc Blae Mixed
LADIES' STOCKINGS ASSORTED;
Children's stockings, shirts, laocy annuel. Canton,
Union, Regatta, Denim, 4c
Utvdershlru-laOttoa, Merino and auk,
Umbrellas, Italian block, tfecktles.
Black and colored oil. lUouou. -sUitoiu cas.
A SPLENDID ASSUR1ME.VT OF CLOTH
IHQ AND SHAW LS.
Cloth, Buckskin, Flannel, Cotton, ate,
P. C. Monkey Jackets. Heavy Wool Blankets, all colors,
Cottoo and Horse Uiaokela, uuuta, tgc
Burlaps, Wool Pack, canvas, uonny Baga.
(aBlfftklns, Ac., Corks, Perfumery, Jtc, Labina Kxtracts.
u dp Cblosne, PtxIIocoiae, Utur OU mod UMcaamr,
Km y .muh, Wiodor, Ac
Tooth rocDbi, Tooth Brahes, Hair Rrashps,
IstvokUif Utasses and Mixrors, J mltatloo Jewel j,
IawHlgors. JournjVjT, Ac-, Playloc Cards.
Harmonicas. I B BaUs, Featbej Dusters,
Pocket and Batebir Knivt s, ScLssors. In leather A cardj
Tlnued apurs. Ieantenis, C C Irons,
Oalvaoixed Cornigated Sheet Iron, A aUes ;
Ofalranlxed Pipe, all slzen. OalTanisel Buckets, 10x12 In,
Tabs, Tinned saacepmna, Ben t Charcoal.
T.a Plates. Banca Tin, Sheet tread aad Zinc.
Bright and oiled Fence Wire, Nob. 4, i and .
Hoop Iron, $ sties; BlreU, Unatz Yellow,
Metal and Kails, Bar Iron. (Jan Powder, Shot, Ac.
BUu:kaailtha' Coal, PrinUuC aod Wrapping Paper,
Cordage and Packing, Toys. Tumblen,
BasXcU, sPalnu aod Oils, Vienna Furniture,
Wall Paper, CrockeryCausUc ioda. Tar and Pitch,
Anchors kml Chains, Oil Casks and Shoots,
Kt-roaene Barrels, Birch Brooms,
Cement, Fire Clay, Fire Bricks, Gambler Catch,
CITY OF SYDNEY !
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SUN FRANCISCO
On or about Oct. lOth.
For Freight ami Passage, ur any farther information,
apply to II. I!.( i, r KI.n A (U-i Agents.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'Y S
Australia .fli iNew Zealand Line
THi; aPLENDIO STEAMHIIIP
Will Iioavo 3
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W,
Kamlavu with Coiapauy sUpier Tor
N Z., POBTCHALMKItS, and IntermiMllate
Cttn iiectif i k at
On or about the 19th of Oct.
For Freight ami rassage, anil further Information, apply
II. IIAUKKKLI) A tU.. Agents.
Mouilay. Oct . t r n - nllo
Xonitay, Oct It, Ir at - Kona
Monilay, ljct23, r at Him
Thursday, Nov a, 4 m WawillwIH
Iteturning to IIcoolulu Haiurusy morning.
Mondsy, Nov 6, 1 pal Hilo
Monday, Nov It, I p si - Koos
Monday, Nov lu, 6 P a Illlo
Houduy, Nov J7. a p m Kona
.Muii. lay. Dec 4, 4 p M-... . ........ .Circuit or Kauai
tteturning to Honolulu. Frlilay jaorniug. Use 9.
Monday, Dec 11, I P a. Hllo
Monday, I sec 11, r) p ifini Kuns
Monday. Dec J&, I p UUo
Oa Kona trips the Hummer will go as far as
On all Windward Trips the .Steamer will leave her whsrf
at ; all trips to Ksusl, will leave at 4 p. M. On flown
trips tlie Steamer wDl not leave Kawalbae before 10 a. at.,
Makena as per notice on up trip, Maalseft Bay not before
7 a. at. Any cbange from tbe above will be advertised.
mW So Credit far 1'assnge Honey. -M
Tickets at tin- olllce only.
No berth will be coosidercd as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for unmarked Baggage or any Freight or Par
celamilesa rseerg ted for.
frsight Money Daa on Demand,
gfffy Ansffortwiti be mailc to bare tbe Hteamer reach
Honolulu oa tbe evening of the same day she leaves Maul
SAMUEL a. WILIiIlK. .Igent.
Office with Wilder at Co.. corner of Fort dueen Htreela
rlgatrsor sikerwia.. u.
ii... ..111. ft,.isi ate
Notice to Creditors.
4 I I. PKIIXOXN H AVIMJ .i sags
iM sse.1. whether eeured bv
requesie.! to send tb.lr clsfxui,
aildriaisefl tu the executors at I lac
sun, liueen lreet. Honolulu, within at
Brt publication hereof, or Uiey will be tot
BLI'siM IM l.'lb .lav of ..epteniBar. IKS.
CCKTIS P. WARH.
10141 MARK to tHOHTHfta )
T'HF. I IDr.K.SK.Min RAU!H) tseeta mij
appointed Administrator of the istiti ot tfae aurr.
Cooper Hearle, of f rhwlna. 1 1 1 i aai I. rj trie Him .
Forrisnder, fequeftta all persons Imtvbfe tn -si I . atsle 'a
make ImDHillste psymeul : ami all pernios riavvtram. csarast.
afralii.sl mis eslate io pre.'iit tbe,
rrom ilate 1 hereof.
Lahalna, Maol, SepL I, UTI.
IU THE '111 lilt OP THE ll I N K It I r-TI T
ol W. K. Wrigat, of Koloa, Kauai, a vulastary u.
ropL Notice is hereby gtv.n that the natltaiaaiai il as,
been duly appointe aiisMnees of tfae tslata ot W ,:
Wright, sml that all perVna raestlll f aarkl ntu
required to pay the amount i.f indebtedness sarthwlUi to
sahl assignees, al Ibe ofllre of A. M. IVghora 41 Czs,
A. x. i i.r... in . i:s
1. a e.M ITH It."
nonoiuia, Aug. M, lira. agavat,
MIR HA I.E. V XIX.B. HIM. IM
CHH'KF.N KANCH. with I i iWtlg Ikasae
and Improvements, si Ksllhi. Tllii sssfaartp
nii ooot ia. close psroi.r.mp
and ll nlfi-rs a -
having about f 1500.
For Stale, st Wsiklkt, on the a
with one acre of land, well fencei!.
Fur Nfsle. al Msooa,
Tsru land, a bargain.
Fur -le, st KslUil, Z acres of rid, Tiro, tssxl ka sue
For ftale. at Walklkl. I arrea of Kaat kaW. Msssusd
near tbe properly of Ha Eat. W. I. klntllia t.ti . to
la. r. ii 1 1 , u a i it. i . :
Al the ofDres f the Rei
Where sll person having proprty for i
may reslsler the same without paisteal of any fee. tit
frill. IM'iiiMMi.u HMUf t.l.i
public iH.tke, that as my wife. Kaulseseskl Ksip
flrowr. has left my bed snd bosril wltbu.1 last rsaassfasat
provocalion, I shall not be responsible for otry faTfatrt agav
tracteo ny ner on my account.
Koloa, August tttb, lara
THK WATER HATEM illll
ISTa. (pnyabls lu advance) to Janrasr
lue. ill BSSSSSfSI Having wster
Ui coll at my oirtce sikI aetUe Dr.v.oua to 11m.
Septembar. All wster rales unpaid for after trait:
are liable to be cat off without any furtber notice.
II. . HOWLAXP.
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
Will have regular diipstcii f..r Kauai, as above, nntl1
further notice, sT Freight and Ptaa igeni Ukto at the
BOLLES k CO., Agants.
P. 6 This vessel has Just been thoroughly repaired
Betrl ycoppered. and put In lo perfect order. J
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Brewer & Co. -Agents.
WM. KIIOWS. a blacksmith, al
lias ueiflei'ti'd me and our children tbe la, i
and a half; during this time he has lived wttA aasMtwr
woman, and denied that I was kat wife. Ftar tats rasa.
I have a right lo credit io hits osasve from Hawaii M
Kauai Moreover he has Injured tae by awg for
good name before lbs pasgte, kat a lag last am a krvfsai
M. KAIPO BEilWX
Nuhou. IJhue. Kauai, Sept t. 1171. tn it
FaTorabl mrranaementi can 1wt b
mtvir fmr itorace aad hiostMnt of Oil. Bona. Wool ;
ntkr MerchmodlM to New Bedford. Bofltvn, N-w Totk snd
-Hoer so(ra roru. mr uud aavaDC made.
C. BREWER k CO.
DISPATCH UnITjmIsM FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer & Co. -Agents
THK SALE OP l TTI.F BCI.DM.IM.
lo toe .ute or tha late E. H Bey, alio
tissd lo tan, Mac. aa gists i tas ass - - -
J.N Ei until further notice.
For the I
Honolulu. Sept 3a, 17". ail It
ALL PERSON aieHEMsEaY FMUDDgl
from barl. .ring ur truatlag my wife. EKTII t
(ILEAHON, aa I will pay no debts of ber rnutrartmg
WwP JOHN OLAIll.
A II I.IKIHV sit (W.
that they have akwsd to.
fori Street More In the hand, of Mr SIMON liBANi
who will lake charge from this dais.
September 11, 1871.
Merchsodlse received Slorsge Fpsa ioii
cash adrifacas aiaaW oa ablua.Dta h. thialina.
4-tr C. BREWER CO
Crushed Sugar, Wish Blue, fsarrUnss, Bolt, Batlalna,
Mustard, Fates, Ac Ac
Stearin Candles and saf-ty MaA
Liquors, 4tc, Boutellean's Brandy 1, 2.111 diamond,
Glu In baskets and green cases.
Champagne Heldsdeck. Rulnsrt. Tboraanx.
Sparkling nock, Bbine Wine, Bavarian Bear,
SL Paul's Ale, quarts and pints,
Jeffrey' a Ale, quarts and pin ta ; B liters, sc.
German and Havana cigars, si low prices, to rloao corawgn-
ment. in lots to Bolt, dec ate, ate.
Ordertrom tig Otier hlandt Promptly EzccoUi si
atfaricf Rata 6U
aHaHaT HI ! H lawtaafaTa
ABT OM ALLarik CCmTSsatrttaW
Kuuann Plantation. Taomo rowt ITTj'
rgely of foreign blood, aad gamrmm tLOLm
genu, nerd of Mich CDsi la Us. KiwaJu...
August tb. l7a.
Aptly to 1. H. WOOO.
THE Illll SI. LATELY
by Pr. S. M. Carter. lusted al the I
walk and Puiicbbow; -i.
outteiy. Apply at la.
MA BSHA L'B OFFICE
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
oa iumiiLtrnnt iumim
JAMES 8. LksMoX
For prticalari apply to
The Hawaiian Hotel and Premises.
Terms snd condition sill be given upon spptlcatloQ
la in, Majef.y'a
"lu MIXIMTEH OF "k'H
Pacific Rubber Faint Company's
JiHIS ARTICLE IS FOB SALE BY
BOLLE8 & Co.
The Bobber Paint Is Justly celebrated, and .corning
Into general use. aod an wbo bare green It a trial bkfblr
recommend It. The undersigned have a general assort
ment of an colors and abodes, and will keep op toe savor!
menu sod be ready to SB OTdera al tke sJwrtest ax.
S0 BOLLES A Co.
-WATIiiN on . ' -
aawfaa naarta a.i1.--.
rriCES TO LET. la
and ctrairai tocsoon nt
occupied until now by Jsdtr.
it a. oll-e : also ui-itile for a r.-
Apply to nCUO -T AXiiE.XWAI.ii M O.
VSTa, DWP.T.r.Ilif. iinrse , sees , sr.
CVPIEll by tbe sahsenber, allnilil ra Beretasat
art Tbth boos, la In tat i. .... str-at
with all the coovenleDces of . arst rksss keav.'
araaT, as 170 ant . m i ri
For Sale or For Lease
t n tMimiHi: iiiTTK.r i
r w.ah wast
Pantry. bsLhrooas. awsfssaata :
jisoif.au very coDyanUnt. aad la aaiagiiaiaii. Apply to
" " aiuu ol.t.vuiawiu), X.O.