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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, October 04, 1876, Image 3

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In tana tnnrl. and Unsenlnln.
Willi far t. Hinlki Oaantte.
OT AKi' TKlr rCOM IS1XDON.
OTES OF I III; WEEK.
SttDrs Di.Tn. Captain W. Ka, for many years
an officer of tbc honaebold tronrte, died suddenly
yesterday while on doty at the palace.
XS In the report of the Illumination laat week,
I tbe atatcmrnt that Mm Ton Poster's boose was
illuminated was incorrect. It should hare been tbe
bouse of Jnatiee Jodd.
BJaai
'Fa r. Mar
4 Mar
I Mar
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a Jmn
Srin Qcakteks. By an official notice In to
day's paper, it will be seen that Siiili, Mrxiean
and 1'eruvian quarters will be taken at the Octal
ment Treasury, tbe eanie as American quarters, 2Ti
Ccuta each.
Death or An:oao. From tbc friend, we leira of
the death of tbis excellent Chinese colporteur, which
occurred in China in June last, whither he returned
in 1870. on account of hi health, lie learei a
Hawaiian widow and several children (five, if we
are correctly informed).
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y The fresh mackerel packed by the wnrld
XI renowned tlrm of Lewis or Co. in Boston, a? well
as their La Croix sweet ifreen corn, are as dclirlons
and frcab as any ever imported. We recoinmend
all who arc fond of eood llilnirs t" tesl Ibem. To
be found with other appetizing luxuries lit tbe
store ol Means. Friel aud Inline.
..EtTrttE. Mr. T. M. KeicUie, as w ill be seen by
advertisement, proposes to instinct the cltixens ol
Honolulu on that most interesting and all inipor
tant subject, education. This is a matter in which
all do, or should, feel a profound interest, and as
Mr. Keicbic is an instructor ol long aud varied
cxpcrlcucc, we anticipate in the lecture, many new
aud original ideas.
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Hc.voJ.i ir . .S TV.BJ.K 4. s:r.
ni attuialt a foreign I
C II. Ward, in bel. I
l. and .-taers ara panar- I
eal. aUc.titiC
aa Ike aocet of the treaty has
. Saal Pill a It I II a-aaataWa will b. takaa al thr public
I i KW aaase as aniwra. awartan or Eugtiab ahilllncr-.
X aawas AaaV. (aar tar aaa- atlar 1 1 wnald be battar, wo
HIT, tftnra. waafi aa aewt awav Willi the tajinnlillll
only cinalab-d.
aaaawx to bare arnvrd lat adopting a
KxantaallT oat j Aaaaricaj, and tinp-
rvad.
with a cargo ..f tuar.
aaai aaM. la -auv Fraweiacs aad jadciax from
Baw ware, aba aaajr arm wear brturr tba nisi mail
New Firm By untice In our advertising col
umns, it will be observed that Messrs West and
Culcman bare tonned a copartnership lor tbe
purjajse of carrying on tbe carriage manufacture
anil general blaeksmi'bing. We understand that
the Urm hare bought out tbe shop aud slock in
trade of the late J. II. Thomiiaun.
Tun Weathek baa been excessively sultry for tbe
pest ten days, tbe wind south, tbe clouds dark and
omenous of rain, yet so far ecarcely a drop bas
fallen, to check tbe drought which bas spread over
mountaiu and plain, pastures aud cane fields, and
causes eluuds of dusts in our streets. Tbe wind is
still south, and there is hope yet of rain.
TW liiai i Till n. "Sali- m loadiut for Saw Fraa.
ata-a. aail aai! la da) or tasauroa. to be fallowed by
tb. bars. Vilaara Maafett. aatw at tbe berth baa-Bnf.
From tbc Uiano Islamis. The schooner C. M.
Ward returned from a cruise among the guano
islands, bringing a number of laborers. Among
them was a native Hawaiian, who was supposed to
be a leper, but on examination here his disease
appear to lie something else. Another of tbe re
turning passengers is iniane, and during the passage
was very destructive, requiring to be eonfined in a
straight jacket. At the various islands visited erery
thing was going on prosperously, and a number of
Teasels 1 ad been loaded and sailed for Europe.
I til lit) Mil t I.I
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. Ii.ais, XX dan foi Victoria
h.ul Inaa Kauai
tatf Itosu Kahulai.
am . busf. fraaa llaaalei.
i aaar. sWan raaabiaa. lot Kabila.
(-a.- WwtwwA. J Ball Iran atiaoui.
It Faabaa.. iaauz. da.. Vsr-nwu.
Aa aabr C M Ward, asnifz. X0 dra fra Uakar'a Ial'd.
SAIa.l:l.
Z -So. raoaiaaa.Caarka.-Mr Uaa
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SUA aA tawae. IVaiataian. tor haa f-rabcisao'
t Xaalla Mai i BP. Oaai . far Labtiaa
1Mb. auaaaaOa. T II 111 1 tar blidoa aad Waimea.
Xaajatw ffVaaia DerA. w Kcaia and Kao
. -Ma.- biaiaaa Marrkant. for W iodaard Porta.
An 1ktimelv Deatb. The telegraph brings news
of the death ol Mr. George Smith, tbe ripe scholar
wu i has for so many years past occu eugaged in so
successful a search amid tbe ruins of Assyria aud
Babylon, aod w hose discoveries aDd translations of
tbe historic tablets thus recovered have been
partially published. Mr. Smith was a newspaper
reporter, aud was first employed in this important
undertaking by tbe proprietors of tbc London Daily
Teiegrafih, whose enterprise aud public spirit put to
shame tbe parsimony of the Government. Being
eminently fitted for the task, and being moreover
animated by a genuine enthusiasm for his work, he
made rapid progress, and having fortunately been
enabled to decipher some tiles which had a ditect
bearing upon tbc Biblical records tbe enterprise
awakened a general Interest, which bas continued
uuabalcd ever siocc.
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bafa faaaad. par C M Ward. J Cream. Kennedy,
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Mr P A Mis. F. 41 Waller aad wMa. B Macey. J
ltei. FMia ncar,
The Maine Election. The Republican majority
in the election which took place Sept. 11th, exceeds
1G.U00, surpassing the highest estimates, which
ranged from ten to twelve thousand. Last year it
was 3,873. In 1874 It was 11,897. A New Tork
telegram of tbc lltb says: "In spite of Tilden's
money, in tbc face of many local difficulties, and
notwithstanding the determined efforts of I he Demo
crats, the Republicans ol Maine bare kept tbeir
promises. There can be no doubt that all the Re
publican candidates for Congress have been elected,
and at least three of Ibem by the largest majority
ever known. The city is now wild with excitement,
and there is great rejoicing among Republicans
Tbe Democrats arc surprised. They were confident
ol reducing the Republican majority to below 7,000,
and the result of the State canvass has so dlsbeart-
eoed Ibem tbat Ibcv will make no further efforts.
Hayes and Wheeler will get a majority of at least
30,000 in November."
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ry aad son, Mr
Oct t W K Oatlilrt.
Si kamaoaa. 11
II.. M T Martin
ibd wifs. T N llinrli.
J NaLalaka aad all.,
it. Mrs T Even li. B B
rjobuaon. WH liailey.
I W Kaaainni. t)r Kn
kw. II Cornwall. IT a
Natal. II. B. M.'s screw steamer Fantome,
Commander Long, arrived on Sunday last from
Victoria, and having a ease of varioloid on board
among her erew. has been placed in quarantine,
W D while the patient is transferred to tbe hospital on
utc reel. rnc is a vessel 01 ovi ions, i.o norse
riroRTl.
rt 1 r ' per arfar C M Ward, ltd 1 lie smi
: it, lotute- birds.
taafUtl .!- DEM L
A number of articles hare
ia tot Advertiser"" beaded " Cock-
lo ref roach a claas of our ftllotc
vile enough to write any-
' of so Iwapaetable a paper
BBieatioua to appear in its
on prehension. It is a dis
st J eiriliaation of the ninc-
wfcath baests ae loudly of equality
rh abcsive aod inhuman Ial-
aree for pablication.
-of the Coolie importations of
- seioeted tmm tba lowest class of
of them have found their way
!lut tbe great majority of this
aaaapla. ar awaarsaataaat industry and desire to team,
aawa thai Lbey beiaag to a dtferent ciaas.
last wav aa aaar into the Bethel on a Sunday
ja will war a number of Chinese de
ls the worship of God; or in the
i of the saaoe ahorch on any evening and
ess aril aa tawae Chirty to forty Chinese learning to
places Chinese are
f abhaih schools and evening
nations is the wonder of
nan amongst as should
t- ..:.U-i the knowledge
derate Christian nations aad
Soiomaa said ; " He that
his Make.." D.
raaanas. aeasanwa
waaa.
at kaaw there are
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ah aall Mil tar Baaa e mtt.
tawsai. w ha yaw I a
erae. u lr etontxaaa
arc -eea ex. that
trwart ear had aty
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i t ar Tears awn
Be la Caiifarmia aad athar
laae nicg.mg vt the
c eaa aad eaai ajwaa
III i Bas I war laat fortei
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power, and carries four guns. The following is a
lilt of her officers :
CbnsutadVr Samuel Lone.
aVsuVanati Jams Evau. C. N. Robinson.
JVoawJ LuuUnaml W. S. Chambre.
Oaf .Sarocoa O B. Beale, M. D.
ibTautster-Tbos Clayton.
. LicwtraaaJs-J. A. B. M : C. W. Thonia.
uffinrrM Jan. Patteraou, J as. McLaren.
Gunnrr J. Kuilth.
CtnpcKler-J. A. King.
H. U. M.'s icrew steamer Myrmidon. Captain
Richard Hare, sails on Thursday for home, via Val.
paraiso, after having been here nearly eleven months.
Her officers learo with the kisd alohat of many
friends, to whom their sojourn here has been
extremely pleasant.
Ritheb SnowT. Last Sunday two Hawaiian
ladies appeared on Nuuanu avenue, dressed in a
style which deserves at least a passing note. They
had evidently been studying Tiarper't Bazar, not of
tbe latest date, for their styles were not tbc latest
fashion. Tbeir dresses appeared to be made of na-'
live kapa cloth, of very pretty design, resembling
light colored figured silk, with a profusion of flow
ers and a Sowing train fully six feet in length. Over
this was a skirt or darker colored kapa, bordered
with scolloped flounces, apparently of tbe same
material. Tbeir bats were also of native make,
trimmed with kapa ribbons and gay flowers. Alto
gether, tbeir dresses were a rode aud overdone lmi
ution of a very fashionable belle. On attempting
' to enter a carriage wbicb was in waiting, these gaily
dressed ladies found it next to impossible to com
press their skirts, flounces and imposing trains into
tbe doorway of the coach. It took some minutes,
and the aid of several assistants, to enable them to
get comiortiblj seated, which was finally accom
plished, and they drove off, to church or some fes-
tire gathering, where tbeir new dresses and attract
ive costumes might be admired by their less favored
countrywomen
covering the
15?" The Kilauea Bailed Monday on a circuit trip
around Hawaii, to convey home the representatives
and their families. There were seventeen of them,
and having in addition a larfce number of cabin and
deck passengers, she was unusually crowded.
Tbis has occurred so frequently of late, that we hope
tbeie will be no unnecessary delay in carrying out
tbe provisions of the law to provide a new ateamcr.
Lad Silk. Mr. Bartow sold at public auction,
on Saturday laat, tbe property of Capt. W. Berrlll,
which has been advertised for months past. It Is
located or. tbe north side of Nuuanu avenue, a lew
rods :.bovc the lower bridge. The projierty Is di
vided Into three lots, nearly equal In size. Tbc
mauka one inclndes the lot and dwelling now oc
cupied by Mr. Reimenschneider, and was purchased
by Mr. W. Johnson for $2,825. No. 2 comprised
the enclosed land adjoining the above, known as the
Cutlrcll lot, with a strip of land in rear and cottage
thereon, all of which sold for $1,300. No. 3 was the
lot and cottage makai of tbe above, occupied bv Mr.
Waite, with a small stiip of land and cottage in
rear, which sold for $2,550. The last two were
purchased by Mr. Henry Cornwell. This property
is well located on one of the principal thorough
fares, with easy access to the business quarter, and,
considering tbe improved prospects of leal estate,
has been sold at a vi-ry low price.
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY!
SESSI0 OF 1876.
119th Day Thurfdij, Sept. Jl.
Mr. KaUukoa preMDted a reiolution tbat tbe
MioUter uf Finance be instructed to inform Metm.
Hackfeld Jt Co. or their iub-agentt not to drife
natire fruit peddlera from the sttamer hed. Car
ried. Mr. Kanealii presented a reiulution that the Min
ister uf Interior be instructed t inform tbe agent of
tbe Kilauea, or bis agent to return the rcpreseuiutires
tu tbeir homes free of charge. Carried.
lion. W. T. Martin presented a resolution tbat a
new fruit shed will be erected bj the gorerntnent
near tbe steamer wharf fur tbe sum of $800. Laid
on table titl the Appropriation Bill come? up.
His Ex. the Minister of Foreign Affairs announced
that an official despatch from Ilia Honor Judge
Allen has beeu received hy hiva tbis morning, in
forming him that tbe Reciprocity Treaty with tbe
United State uf America has gone into operation on
the thh of September, and the first Hawaiian cargo
that went in free of duty was the cargo uf the bark
Lnnalilo, and that bis Majesty bas ordered that a
salute of 21 guns be fire from Punch Bowl in honor
of the passage of tbe treaty.
The Assembly then gave three cheers under tbe
lead of Mr. Kauai in honor of the passage of the
treaty.
Mr. Barcnaba mored to re-consider the vote taken
on tbe appeal uf Hon. S. K. Kaai, from the ruling
uf tbe chair yesterday. Carried.
His Ex. tbe Attorney General moved to sustain
the ruling of tbe chair.
After a long debate the ruling of the chair was
sustained.
On suspension of the roles, H-.n. S. K. Kaai gave
notice of a bill to amend section 480 of the Civil
Code.
On suspension of the rules the Select Committee
to whom was referred the bill to regulate the carry
ing of passengers and freights, reported that the
bill be passed with the committee's amendment.
Adopted.
The bouse took a recess at 12 v.
On re-assembling at 1 P. h., the bill authorizing
the Minister uf Finance to borrow $300,000 at 9 per
cent, interest, was then read a second time in the
Committee of the Whole. Mr. Pilipo in chair.
His Ex. tho Minister of Finance moved to pass
the bill.
Mr. Waterbousc movod to indefinitely postpone.
After a long debate in which .Messrs. Walker,
Green, Rhodes and Birch spoke in favor, and Messrs.
Waterbousc, Nawabi, Kahuila, Pilipo and Nakaleka,
opposed it the committee rose, and tta bill passed to
engrossment, to be read a third time to-morrow. 29
ayes, and 8 noes.
The bill to amend section 20, chapter 40 of the
Penal Code, was read a third time and passed.
Tbc bill to repeal tbe law to mitigate was read a
third time and indefinitely postponed. IS noes, and
18 ayes, tbe President casting hijj vute aguinat it.
The bill to amend eectiun ISIS of the Civil Code,
which was amended in 1872, was read a third time
and passed.
Adjourned.
121st Dat Saturday, Sept. 23.
Assembly mot at 9 a. m.
Tbe Select Committee to whom was referred the
bill introduced by tho member for North Kona, rela
ting to sick representatives, reported that the bill bo
be withdrawn. Adopted.
Ordkr of the Dat.
Tbe bill to modify treatment of persons afflicted
with leprocy, wa then read a third time, and indef.
initcly postponed.
The stamp act was then read a third time and
passed to become a law on June 1, 1577.
On suspension of the rules, Hon. Mr. Kaai read
for the first time a bill reducing the poll tax to 25
cents. Passed tu its second reading.
Hon. Mr. Kaai moved to suspend the rules, and
tbe bill be read a second time on its title. Carried.
The bill was then read a second time on its title,
and on motion passed to engrossment, to be read a
third time on Monday.
Adjourned.
raaktwaaa'
. ' Cawawat
tJurr :br eataaaiaa
aaas a aawa wreatT.
fat lit aTlllBlt.l
staar-. at .1 ataaast nary
at, asaa laaar twtt aawaaawa
tt-srt, taa Bhittaaati
"-a at Mr. If aar l hues
ksv
" irtsl..-.i
If tla-Cat awwtaa - car uBdersr'.i
Kabxkv Ranch. This line ranch
north portion of Oshu, formerly the property of the
late R. Motnt, and more recently of Julias L. Rich
ardson, Esq., was last week sold by the latter to
James Campbell, Esq., one of tbe proprletora of
tbc Pioneer Bugar Mill of Lahaioa, for tbe sum of
$CS,500 cash. It Includes 25,000 acres in fee simple,
aud large tracta of mountain land under long leases,
with $34,000 worth or live stock, including 8,000
head of cattle, with the choice band of merino
sheep and horse now on It, It is nnquestionably
the best stock raoch on these islands, aod it has
been brought to a high state of perfection under
cosnttTtirATan.
t& ad Las been venting hit spleen
abu I hoi that be feels batter
af tx mud. bile What terrible
tun st be " Oaee introduced
a few settle ia a street, upon a
aad in a th. rt tine the whole
l.t-uae i, taken posseasion
i- daatraetive of every -
Tiit paint of a
dust atid dirt sever to be re -
tweuaiet blackwath, nails
art Inure, and ccnsral rain take
Fot tbe UathfalDcat uf all this, take i ... -II,,mn,i of tbe late ttroDrietors. who dl-
tke.'l
and premises, a corner
disaster and rain.
ibe white meebacic
at iiBaua asa," is that a crime, fur
aaatA lw aaaaAw be hsiiahail from the islands ? fie
-.- shit I pertuadi purchasers to pat -
wltwa uuniBiri an It. wbea they eaa bay
a f-aaa .aa rfciaBBii Aad aa ia spite of it will
v'.a to way taetr carder vegetable of
TVer will alas aaapaoT taem on their plaa-
aaal ta taetr faarilsx at cooks and terrants :
BstaaaS, 1 ; -s .uit lit; frt. my pir-
awsakar aatatawj far tbe Chiasm, bat far their own
iiaiatB, ii. TWt woaM as sooa perhapt sooner
way wf w Lisas ar of aaUvat, provided taa article it aa
Cwad aa; aa aaaaa; laat ft is aceordiag to human
suture ts pairaase la Owe who tarn ilk eqaally good
snasaat at a Uwat rate.
'i I dm ttajaiw B. at a bopatats ease, I would
aTia, win as take a few lertoat bo political economy.
be: w wIjb taa j,rt utterance to sack a rigmarole
is ta last issue ot tiit ' Advertiser
:u as far cae ir absurdity. L. XL.
tided the plain into ten or twelve large paddocks,
walled with heavy stone walls. It stretches from
Laic to Waimea, a distance of tMrteen miles, and
those who have erer vltited it must have admired
Us lovely green pastures of mauienie grass so fat
tening to stock. It la the Intention of Mr. Camp
bell to increase bit band of sheep to 30,000 of the
choicest breed. The price peid Is a handsome one.
securing to its present proprietor the most desir
able raoch on tbc islands, and to Mr. Richardson
a comfortable fortune, the result In part of bis
industry and good management, and in part of tbe
Reciprocity Treaty, tbe first fruit from which he
has been so fortunate as to reap. We understand
that Mr. J. A. Hassenger, deputy collector of cus
toms at this port, will soon remove to Kahnku to
Uke charge of what we conalder a princely estate.
May tbe owner and manager long live to enjoy its
healthy climate and profitable Income.
122th Dat Monday, Sept. 25.
Mr. Barcnaba moved to re-consider the vote taken
on tho bill allowing the lepers to return to their
homes. Carried.
After a long discussion the bill was indefinitely
portpunod by 20 ayes, and IS nays.
Onnan or the Dat.
The bill to impose a tax on incomes was then real
a second time, and indefinitely postponed by a voto
of 33 ayet, and S noes.
His Ez. the Minister ot Finance moved that the
Appropriation Bill be read a third time at I P. at. to
day. Lost.
Tbe bill to regulate the carrying of passengers
and freights on express wagons, was then read a
second time.
Pending tbe discussion the house took a recess at
12 at.
On re-assembling at 1 r. M. the house passed the
bill to engrossment, to be read a third time to
morrow. The bill to amend section 480 of the Civil Code,
reducing the poll tax to 21 cents, was then read a
third time on its title, and palled.
On suspension of the rules, Hon. Mr. Kaai pre
sented a resolution that tbis house do not approve
tbc recommendation of tho Privy Council to redeem
all toft and pttot at pax. Carried by a rote of 21
to 16.
Adjourned.
Late Foreign News-
The number of paying visitors to the Centennial
Exhibition, beginning with August 19th, which was
a twenty-five cents day, and ending with Friday,
August I5tb. was abont 273,210, and the cash re
ceipts were about $10S,060.
One hundred refrigerator ears are being built at
tbe East for transportation of California fruits to tbe
Eastern States.
The Chinese have entered upon a new branch of
trade. Tbey bare cone into the fruit drying and
canning business. In one mountain county a local
exchange mentions a number of orchards purchased
by Chinese. Tbe erops are frequently purchased
growing, and one instance is given where a very high
price was pnid for a fruit crop. The market these
Chinese dried and canned fruits hare is not known
as yet.
A Bl.now.ESS BtvotrTlon. Rev. J. K. Greeoe.
missionary at Constantinople, writing of tbe recent
revolution in that city, says :
It is impossible to describe tbe calmness and
wisdom which bare presided over this movement.
The ruler of forty millions of people, and tbc com
mander of a powerful army and navy, ir. tbe vigor
of his age and the height of his power, a man whose
will was law, aad whom to disobey was death, has
been dethroned without tbe spilling of a drop of
blood ; a government has been radically modified
with tbe disturbance of order for a mom eat, and
witbout frightening cither woman or chilli ! Has the
like of tuch an event ever been witnessed in history?
It it, indeed, a grand event, and presents a ray of
hope that there may be in the Turks a possibility of
reform. The leaders in tbis movement bare repre
sented not only the army and navy, and all sections
of tbe Mohammedan people, but also the. Christian
eomieunitics. The spirit of the eomme its in all the
Turkish papers is of happy omeu. Tbe leading
Turkiih paper of Constantinople bids Europe learn
from this event, tbat w aiie tbe Turks hold their reli
gion in one hand they hold liberty and reform in the
other It is observable, too, that tbe Turkish pa
pers, wbicb hare always been wont to tpeak of
Mokammednns as tbe " Itluu .Voftua," pitting tbeir
religious designation first, at present group with the
Mohammedans all the other subjects uf tbe govern
ment, and call them all, conjointly, tho " 0manli
A'urioa' This is the first time that tbe idea of a
single and united nationality in Turkey bas found
public expression.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A GENERAL ASS0BIHT OF
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores!
For tialc by
JIOI.I.KS I'll.
PER bark R. C. Wylie from Bremen
li IRON STOCK ANCHORS, sixes from 80 up to 2300 lbs.
SMALL CHAIN, In quantities to suit, sizes inch tu
o-ls of an Inch.
CHAIN CABLES, 6-8. 1-4, 7-8, 1, I 1-i, 1 1.8. and 1 5-8
inch. 'or sale low hy
612 BOLLES & CO.
Stockholm Tar aud Coal Tar
IX HA II It til. N AND 4 ASKS.
For Sale by (SI 2)
UOLI.ES A CO
Wilmington Tax and Wilmington Fitch
f KR SHI ! S Ylt l..
JT For sale by (612) BOLLES CO.
PER CITY OF SYDNEY.
FUOM MANILA DIRECT, VIA. !.A. t it A X
crgco, nnotber Invoice of those
SUPERIOR CIGARS!
Put up 111 boxes of 200 each.
For Sale by
DOLLE3 4 CO.
California
li
Potatoes & Onions
ECEIVED FSB CITY OF NEW YOKIs
Fur Sale by BOLLES CO.
FRESH SALMON !
JN I AND 9 MS. CANS. FRESH PACIAED.
of Catch 1876. Also, COLUMBIA KIVEIt SALMON
lu Barrels, 186.
For Mule by BOLLES CO.
Frtiits Prepared by the Alden Process
PEARS. OF III I'l l-'. III-'. X I' VARIETIES
Flunia, etc., Jtc. For Sale by
BOLLES &. CO.
SMALL
CHAINS !
IX 4H AN-
To AtlYerUsei-ai.
Tbe proprietors of tho Gazette sod .Idrerlisrr
baving decided to re establish tbe rates of adver
tising, which were In force six years ago, give
notice that the following scale of charges will be
adhered to hereafter. Tbe increase is about 35 per
cent advance on late charges, making them about
the same as In tbc tabic of charges on tbc first page
of tbis paper.
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NEW ADVKRTISKMENTS.
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE
A
IjEcttre on
dellvtred by
EDl'CATION WILL RE
MR. TH. M. RIECHIE,
Ou Frltlny Evening, Oct. 6, at s O'clock
Tickets "Sets, to be bad at Mi-Wayne's drug store and at
Wliitoey and Thrum's bookstores. Keaerveu aeats 26cbt
extra. lt
NOTICE.
fT-l'RINU itlYARNENCEFROMTIIIH KING-
WLW clom, Mr, LOU TUCK holds a power of Attorney to
transact all business on my account.
Honolulu, ill, lslt.
Al'AI
NOTICE.
FROM THIS DATE AM, PERSONS ABE
Forbidden to trust any person In my name or on m:
account without my written order or 1 will not be respon
sible for any debts, otherwise contracted In my name.
BOBKKT BRIfiO.
6I2-4t Honolulu, October Id, 197S.
Co-Partnership Notice.
MR 4'. C. COI.EMAN HAS THIS DAY BEEN
Admitted as a partner In my business. Wblel
will in future he carried on under the style and firm o
WEST A COLEMAN. O. WEST.
Honolulu, October 2d, 1S7S. 612-4
FREJ5HCOODS!
'IZES FROM 1-6 To 1-2 INCH
7 TJTIES to suit. Received per "Cleta.
For Sale by BOIXES & CO.
1876
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND
SALMON BELLIES!
tREI.S AND HALF BARRELS. RE
CEIVKD per I'allilnburK, U days from Portland
ALSO
r
CASES OREGON PILOT BBEAD,
Cakes.
Small
For Sale by
BOLLES A CO.
DR. J. C0LLIS BROWNE'S
OHLOROD YaKTIEJ
IS THE 0BIGINAL AND ONLY GENUJN .
THE PUBLIC ARE CAUTIONED AGAINST
the aiifuoiiileil staUtn-Dla f.-rqaeotlj made, " tbat tbo
ctiiiipo-siiiun of Chlubodtks in knuwn lu ChcniM nnJ tliu
MetliCtiJ prureitsioo." The tact is, ChlurodjrDe wu tliacuvered
ud fofCQted i y Dr. J. COLLIi? UROWNK (x Army Medical
Suff,) and ru named by blm, and it has UatQed all attempt!
at analynis by thv first Cheminta of the day. Tbe OiettttK'
and secret of tba ;: pu it i ;i have iivrer been pablfflbed. 1 1
is obvioas, therefore, tbat auythliif; sold under tho name,
sire Dr. OOLLIS l:i:"WM, .- CiJLORODYNK, is a spnri
ons imitation.
CAUTION- Vice-Chan cl I or Sir V. V. 1 utitt. tl that
Dr. Colli Brovoe was undoubtedly tbe inTeotor of Cbloro
dyce. REMEDIAL CSES AND ACTION.
Tbis Inroluable remedy produces quiet, refreshing sleep,
relieves paiu, calms tbe system, restores tbe deranged func
tions, aud stimulates hoaltby action of tbs seeretiuus of ths
body, without creatinz any of those unpleasant results at
tending tbe use ot opium. Old and young may lako It at all
hoars and times when requbitte. Thousands of persous tes
tify to its marrelloos good effects and wouderful cares, while
medical men extol Its virtues most extensively, using it la
great quantities iu the foUcwiog diseases: Cholera, Dysen
tery, DiarrhoBs, Collies, Coughs, Asthma, Kheumatisii), Neu
ralgia, Whoopiug Cougb, Cramp Hysteria, Ac.
EXTRACTS FROM MEDICAL OPINIOaVS.
Tin? Right Hon. Earl Russell communicated to tbs Collegs
of liiysiclaos, aod J. T. Davenport, that he bad received In
formation to the effect that tbe oiiLs remedy of any Berries
in Cholera was CIILORODV.N'E. Sm Lancet, Dec. 31, 4864.
Dr. Lowe, Medical Missionary in It)dia, reports (Dec., i -
tbst in nearly ivery case of Cholera in which Dr. J. COLLId
BROWNE'S CliLORODTNE was administered, ths patient
recovered.
Extract from Medical Tiwus. Jan. 12, 1806. " Chlorodyne
ts prescribed hy scores of orthodox medical practitioners. Of
course it wmld not thus be singularly popular did it not
' supply a want and fill a place,' "
Extract from the General Hoard of Health, London, as to
its efficacy iu Cholera " So strongly are we convinced of tbs
Immense value of this remedy, that wr cannot too forcibly
urge tbe necessity of adopting It iu all cases."
CAUTION. N' -'e genuine without tbe words "Dr. J.
COLLIS BROWNE" on the Oovernm-nt Stamp. Over
whelming medical testimony accompanies each bottle.
Sole Manufacturer J. T. U V EXPORT.
33. Great Russell St., Bloomsbnry, London.
Sold in Bottles at Is. 1 ,,!.. 2s. d., 4s. fid.
Agents In New Tort, YV. U. Bcmunm A Co , and J. C.
Wells. otlttM
JUST RECEIVED
EX SYREN FROM BOSTON
0
ASES LCWIS' TOMATOES 3LB TINS
Cs. Lewis' Tomato Ketchup,
Ci. Lewis' Green Peat,
Cs. Lewis' L. N.,Clamt,
Ca. Lewis' Lobsters, 2 tins.
Ci. Lowis' Lemon Svrup,
NOTICE.
THE POWER OF ATTORNEY HITHERTO
held by Mr. O. W. Narfarlane In my name bas Won
tbis day cancelled by mutual consent.
THEO. H. rtAVIES.
Honolulu, October Ird, IS76.
A CARD.
San Francisco. Sept. int. 1S76.
WE BEG TO IX FORM THE PUBLIC THAT
wo have established ourselves lo Uie OomoUssloti Basin pas
In this ("ity. i -ptvijUly for the sale of all kinds of Sandwich
Island produce, as well as for the purchasing of General
Mendiandise In this market Owing to our experience of
twenty years In the Island Business, we are enabled to
give entire saUsfaction. and beg herewith to solid t a share
of patronage. Purchasers may rest assured that any
orders entrusted to us will have our best attention, which
we will execute on tbe most reasonable terms. We are
prepared to make liberal Cash Advances on all Goods con
signed to as here.
For further infortiiatlon, we refer to ournoDolula house.
Yours, Respectfully,
M. 8. GRIXBAIM A Co.
east 214 California Street.
FINE WRITING PAPERS.
AM RECETVINU BY EVERY ARRIVAL
FROM
SAN FRANCISCO, NEW YORK AND LONDON,
AUDITIOXAL SUITLIES OP
Writing and Other Papers,
Among which may be found.
Letter Paper, ruled and plain ot various qualities,
from 1 1.40 to aa.oo par ream.
Note Paper, Pin od rnle1' from 53-00 t0 5 00
per ream.
French Note andlLetter Paper, a choice
article
Cap, Flat Cap, Legal and Bill Papers,
A large stock always on band.
Thltl Overland POSt, w!te and bine, ruled or
unruled.
ALSO
COLORED PAPER,
ot various sixes and quality.
TISSUE AND COPYING PAPERS,
MEDICATED STAR PAFErt,
NEWS AND BOOK PAPEES,
MANILLA WRAPPIKU PAPER,
thick and thin qualities,
aa Orders filled at abort notice,
H. M. Whitney.
Cs. Lewis' Fresh Mackerel
SPLENDID
CASES LA CROIX SWEET GREEN CORN
THIS BRAND OF CORN IS
THE Best Ever Imported to this Market !
CASES BURNET'S EXTRACTS,
1-4 BBLS, BOSTON CLEAR PORK, M
Bbls. Boston Cider Vinegar,
Ca. Potted Meats, superb,
Cs. Corn Starch,
Ci. Kingford't Laundry Starch,
Bbls. Dairj Salt, 10 bags,
Ci. Table Salt, in boiei,
Bbls. Boston Refinery Sugar,
THIS Sugar Is Guaranteed 99.7 !
It FRIEL & LAINE
NEW GOODS!
RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS,
A LARGE SUPPLY OP
American and English Books
OFFICE STATIONERY Ac, tc, Ac.
Consisting of
CAP PAPER. LEGAL CAP, L.ETTEB AND
Mote Paper,
New Styles thin French Letter and Note Papers,
Envelopes of all Stylea,
Blank Books, Memorandum Books,
Pocket Knives and gold pens.
Oval and Square Picture Frames,
Cbromo Pictures,
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS,
Stereoscopes and Stereoscope Views.
Letter Clips. Book Slates,
Glass Metal and Leather Traveling Inkstands
Choice Wood and Pearl OlSce Inkstands,
Flue Wallets, Pur.es and Bail,
PAPIER MCHE IRD MOROCCO PORTFOLIOS!
Pearl and tscotnb Card Oases,
letter Copy Books and Brashes Copying Paper.
Letter Presses, Mathematical Instruments,
Green Spectacles. Pocket Compasses.
Chess lien. Dominoes. Crtbbage Boards,
Children's Alphabet Blocks,
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses.
Tortoise Shell andBnOhlo-born setts.
Quill and Wood Toothpicks.
Steel Pens Olllott's. Perry's and other makers,
Crystal and Diamond rubber.
Ivory Paper Knives and Eraaon,
Ink Ki tract jTTS and pounce.
Microscopes. Wood aod Rubber Rulers.
WRITING DESKS. A FINE ASSORTMENT
ar All orders promptly filled. "(1
59S It. M. WHITHET.
Colored Corals and Shells.
I HAVE SOW ON BALE THE BALAKCE
of the Fine Shells. Colored Corals, and Coral Bowls
bruu?bt from MIcronesta In the Mom In .r Star," the
finest roods In this line erer seen here. There are but a
few of each, and those who with to secure the best will
please apply early.
Am the above vessel will probably not bring any more
of the curios for sale, this will be the only chance for
obtaining them. Apply to
H. M. WHITNEY.
AUCTION SALES.
ltv tU P. AltAItfA.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On FRIDAY, ... - Oct. 6th,
At hnir-piut !) A.M.. at Snlearnoin.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
NAMELY
Fine Prints. Mnslins, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Mrrino,
Vietoria Laans, Bilk Handkerchiefs,
Hammed Linen Handkerchiefs.
Harvard Shirts, Fane; Flannel Otershirts,
WOOL SHAWLS,
Turkish Towels for Bathing,
Blankets. White Shirts. Amnskaag Danims,
Am ker Stripes, Cotton Prill, Brilliaatt,
Fine Twsed Soils, Bed Qoilts,
Merino aud Cotton Und.rtbirts,
Fa:t and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hot,
Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits,
Trateliag Bagt, Etc., Klc., Ela.
Groceries, .Sec.,
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Paper,
Soda Crackers. Clothes Pins, Hami,
Bacon, Candles, Pickles, Tobaeoo,
Cigars. Fine Tea. Oysters,
Axe Handles, Salt,
Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Brown and
-ALSO-
Crushed
- ALSO
Sugar.
To close consignment.
:o Rubber Coats,
9 doseu Kubber Balls,
12 doten Kubber Combs,
3 gross Rubber Nipples.
ALSO
109 Boxes of Cigars.
leaseMlTproperty
On SATURDAY, - - Oct 7th,
at 1 P. M., on the premises,
Beretania Lane, Beretania street
a few doors from Nuuanu itreet, will be sold, for
a term uf six years at a yearly rental, of flO,
the lease of
THREE DWELLING HOUSES.
The properly of Malhlkl a minor. John A. Kina,
guardian.
E. P. AD.tm Anet'r.
Wanted to Borrow,
g . a A 4 a AT lO PER CKST. per annttm
71 a nal " Tbe security la a large tract of land
on tnt I'lalns near tlie city. 1'riiictpnl object In borrow
ing Is to Improve the place. Inquire at tb. store of
ell tt J. P. (IRKKN.
Notice.
nl ill Mi MY Ai:si; i: FROXthla KISS
IAJM. W. C PARKE. Esq.. buldsa power of attor
ney to transact nil business ou my acconnL
(Oil It". THOS. VT. EVER KIT.
F. Ts LENEHAN & GO.
OFFER
THE 1 OI.I.O VVI Mi
NEW GOODS
Now Xjfvxiclixas
From tbe A 1
British Barque Cmoma
From Glasgow,
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
Consisting of the following Machinery :
ONE
SUGAR MILL,
COMPLETE.
ZFlvo Stoam Olartflor,
too and iOO (lallons.
A FINE AHSOBTED INVOICE OF SMI I'll
A tt lil.I.M IIOIIS 'S
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
AND RANGES
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Best Scotch Bar Iron, assorted sixes ;
Best Scotcb Sheet Iron, assorted sixes ; Pit Iron,
PAINTS AND OILS!
Consisting of
Tins Willie Lead, Tins White Zinc Paint,
Tina Genuine Red Lead,
Tina Black and Bine Paints.
Drums Boiled Linseed Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH I
CLAY.
BEST HI.At KSMITII COAL,
BEST STEAM COAX.
Fencing Wire, aasorted anus, annealed aad galvanised,
Galvanised Buckets, assorted sizes.
A General Assortment of Supe
rior Stationery
DRY GOODS
Consulting of
Fancy Drilling, Fancy Prints, White Cottons,
Handkerchiefs, Ginghams, Costume, assorted.
Tweeds, aasorted ; Broadcloths, Coatings
ALSO, A FULL ASSOBTMlT OF
LIQUORS!
CONSISTING OF
Cases Beidseick's Champagne, pints and quarts'
Baskets Lawrence Champagne, ptt and qts,
Baskets Lawrence's Champagne, extra dry.
Cases Ilennessy's Brandy,
Cases MarteU's xzz Brandy,
Cases Planat's 18S2 Brandy,
Cases Small Genera,
Cases Best Geneva,
Cases Best Old Tom Gin.
Cases Best Kinahan's L Irish Whiskey,
Cases Danville's Irish Whiskey,
Best Scotch Whiskey,
Quarter Casks Best Ifenaessy't Pale Brandy,
Quarter Caiks Belt Kartell's BranJy,
Quarter Casks Jamaica Ram.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES!
Oeeidental, Hermitage aad O.F.C.
Caaas Best Pale Sherry,
Cat. Bait Old Port,
Quarter Casks Pal Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
AUCTION SALES.
By C. . BARTOW.
At Sales
On THURSDAY, - - - Oct, 5th,
at IS o'clock A.M., will be sold.
A general assortment of Merchandise
Dry Goods,
Cases of McEwan's Ale & Porter.
At IS OVlork noon.
Two Good Saddle Horses.
C. S. BARTOW, Ar.
FURNITURE SALE
Realdenre ol
Mr. l. M. Wood, -its
ATemno,
Oct. 17th.
On TUESDAY, - -
at 10 o'clock A. X.. wHlbe .old.
ILL THE HOUSEHOLD FURHITURE
of said residence, comprising
Parlor, Bedroom, and Kitchen Furniture. PartsralatB by
future advertisement.
C. 8. BABTOW. Aaei-r.
CITIZENS A.TD BESinEJTS OF HOXO
I.ULU, Visiting Friends and Mtrangeia gaaaraiiy ata
cordially invited to attend Public Worship al ItJRT -T
CIU'HCH, where Services ar Held .very ssabbath at l l
o'clock A. M., and TX P. SC. Seats are provided for all
who may be pleased to attend. Thar, la a We Jail Bay
evening Prayer JleaBng at 7H o clock. In the Laclar.
Rootn,towbaihallar.welcom.. &2t ly
NOTICE.
viva- mniulutED. Fomerlv
11 . FUtncr, begs lo Inlbrm ihe i iuaensof llooo
lulu snil the public generally that he has takrn a
w'.wl,.- li, I' K. Wllllnni-, Klrr I'riMif llinlillng. .n
Fort Street, where he will glv. special atlentlon to all
kinds of Watches, ClocBs, .:iujewsiry Kepainng. inimv
Inga, Ac. AU packagm from the other lalanda addrrssvd
lo him, containing articles for repairs, will rcilva pmtnpC
attention. Order, solicited for all grade, of Wale ha of
American manufacture. MMM gaarantead In rvery
respect. (M0 lm; D. WILKOS CLARK.
SALE OF
REAL ESTATE
SIT VIBTIE
-
Of A3 OBOEK OF
Hupreme Court, and also uudor power of attorney
from the heirs (if the eaUle of l.uilal U. Anthon. de-
ceased. will be sold at public auction, al the Court lioun-,
at Walluka, Island of Haul,
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1876.
at 12 o'clock uoon.
The following Real Estate, situate la the district of
Kula, lu tb. Island uf Maul :
Aapueoa lat and Id, and more particularly described aa
follow, via :
Beginning at the makal point or thu land In a path
crossing tbe bottom of tbe Uaitu. of atamaehu Juat where
It divides, forming Kuhapapu Uulcb on the Kaai and Malta,
bolall li nlch on the West, and running mauka along the
bottom of Kahapapa Gulch between this lot and Aaparu
nul to the makal point of Aupueo Kaubtl ; them e along the
bottom ol the same gulch which ae pa rates this lot frtaai
Aapueo Kanlkl tu akoko tree and lo a path at head of
gulch ou lis Eaatern br nk near the Eastern baa. of
Puupaul, thence South HP Kaai 11.00 chain, lo path
running mauka , thence Houth W, Kaai tt SO rhalna
along said path and unto Junction with cart road to Kula:
Ihenee nearly following cart road North IS" Cast IS-
chains to Kuk til tree standing In the bottom of gulch ;
thence 8outh 00 East 121 rhalna along up aid gulch to
lu head and t nward to small plain ; thence south H
rjut 11.19 chain, to makal brink ot gulch which t. pa
nned by a narrow rklge only from another gnk-h : the ace
South 12 Weal I JO chains across first gulch onto above
sal. I ridge : Ihenee following makal brink of aecoml gulch
soutn 71 3 Weat 22- chalua to bottom of gulch running
makal, which at lu lower end called Makahulall (ink h j
Ihenee along said gfllch which separate, ths land from
Kallallnul to place of commencement at makal end of
this land and Including an area of 1 SS-1O0 acres except
ing and reserving the rlgbu of native tenanu).
TERMS I pset price of 11500 ; one-third caab, ooa
third In 2 years, one-third In I years (or 1 years) with
Interest at 9 per cent, per annum secured by mortgage oa
the property, or all cash at uptlun of purchaser.
The purchaser will be furnished with decree of confir
mation of sale of the Interest of minor helra, and with
deed of confirmation by the widow and the heirs who ar
of age. Other title paper, .t expense of purehaaer.
7US-8L TIIOH W. KVKltKTI. AuctT.
Administrator's Notice.
Tin: r i Fi.su; ; i ni- i:fi.
appointed hy tbe Uon. A. KorntKler admlnlatr
tor of the efltate of toe late William Urahani. of Walloku.
UeceaatMt, reqneata all persons IndebliMl to mid eatrnl tu
make Immediate payment ; and all pcrmM bavin
claims Rgaliixt thU estate to present to mme dnljr sworn
to wllhln six mouths from date hereof
WU. U DAVIS, Adinlnlatrator.
Wallaku. Maul. Hept S, IS7t. 611 U'
Matting, Mattinv. Matting!
Cheap as the Cheapest,
White 4-4 Contract A Good
.AT.
CASTLE & COOKE'S!
1W GOODS JEW GOODS!
.EX.
LATE
Oil,
Mattocks
Ale,
McEwan's India Pale
Pints and Quarts.
India Pale Ale, pints and quarts,
Bail A Co'i India Pal Ale, pinti aod qnirti,
Orange Bitters, in eases,
Boutelleau A Oo'a J, 2, 3 aod 4 diamond Brandy
Cases Superior Vermouth,
Cases Foker's Bitten, Case Superior Claret,
ate.. As., Ae.
Caaea I'EWAS'H XXX BTTOCT, lat atone Jogs,
pnrre aud qua bts.
Ac. Ac, Ac. Ac.
M.n F. T. LENEHAN t CO.
ARRIVALS.
FROM
San Francisco. New York and England
Consisting in Part of
AMOSKEAG DENIMS,
Fine aad Medium TLklsgs,
Amoikeag Bro. Drills, Ataoskeag Blue Drills,
Fine and Medium White Flannels,
Unhleacned Cottons.
One Cue of tboie Superior 0. B. Bleached Cottons.
ALflO
Downer's Kerosene
FROM B0ST05. ALSO,
Oardan aod Plantation Hoes, So. 1 and 2 ;
C. S. Spades, Shovels, Scoops and Rakes,
Handled Axes, natehets Shingling and Axe patter
Rim Knob Locks, Chest aod Padlocks, Ae.
Clothe Pint, Raw Hides, Sash Cent, Saod Paper,
Saih Cord. Syringes, Moeilage, Hon Cards,
Sledges, Champers, Horse Nails and Shoe Ink,
T Hinges 5 to 14 in.. Tinned Ticks I to 14 ia.
W. W., Paint, Shoe, Scrub and Vtrniih Bruihes,
Self Heat Iroas, Mason's Biaaklag.
Corn Starch, Whiting, Metallic Palat,
Snow Whit Zinc, Eastern Brooms, Putts',
A large Assortment of Chimneys, Couuiion, Clipper,
Snn, Perkins A Howes, Ae.
Lanterns, Kerosene Wiokj, 4o.
A few doien of lb belt Patent OJaii Preserving Jut,
ALSO.
Per Jane A. Falkinburg.
Oregon Dried Apples. Oregon Hams
Freib Salmon, I and 2 lb. lias.
Pilot Bread.
Also, on hand.
Paris, Eagle 1 aad 20, ud Clipper Plowi,
Cultivators, Horse Hoes. Canal Barrow,
Cane Knivas, Scythe and Saalths, A.
Cat Nail id to Md, Ct Spike 5 to 9 Inch.
Files Round Square, Flat aad fRo.od, to IS la.
A LABOR ASSORTMEKT 0T
Shelf Hardware, Saddlery, Paints & (Hs
la SxlO. lOxia. 13xl,
.....Jktt
A Large Asst. ef other (tods,
Id.
wbicb will bs
at Xao-r
BY
CASTLE & COOKE.
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