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Audience at Iolmi Palace.
o FrwtaT, Ibt ISlb instant, at 13 o'clock noon.
Hi. Majesty rect-ived al l.dani Palace, Major Jimtt
H V'Ht'nt. II B IT'S Cotnmisaioncr and Owtt
aiUcMTsl, ark nwntfJ to Hit MaJeAtT Com-
ior. Locc. K S . of II S. M s ship
, muoaftrrwards introduced to His Majeatjr
a i uaaitrrc. E. N , tgt Lico'cnaut. Then. H. I
Imts-, Eso. . II. It. M.'. Vice Cousttl, w alo iu-
tl .:iprd I.' lit. Mnif.tr
Tbcrr mere, p. i. w. lit oo t Via occasion in attendance
or, Ilia Mafaat). H R. H. Prince W. F. LaWafNaM .
H ii . UbaHc kanama. Hit El W. 1. C.rcwi, :
aakatar of Foreign Affair? ; Hi Ex. W. L Me-
Minister nf Interior; Ilia Ex. John 9. I
, Mini1er.-tf Finance; His Ex W. R Castle,
t Cneral : Hit Ex. P! Kacoa, Gorernor j
. Hnn I' R Bishop. S. V Castle, J. !
atizk, (iodfrei Shades, J. Moeoauli. Col. i
i Jad1 . Fred W. Rccrklev. Esq.. H. M.'a
Licenses Expiring in Oct. 1876.
K K T A I L .
lPr. F. IV nnbrhlnm. corner F.rt Merchant Sta.,
4 -Frbs A I uln-. Kort at.. Honolulu,
a Ah You. Kall&i. Won.
S- Wilder tv . Kort A Qaeen street. Ttonoraro.
a-K O. Hall a Haa, corner kinc A Furl street. Honolulu,
,o Hnieiuali M. ll cor Merchant ftKaahuoianust.
13 Wing tajaf Ta. A l- - Hotel street, lloootale.
1. ! HI
B-eanaia. tan October. I7.
. hag duty appointed and coram is-
issuer la Cbaaccey-
Sj order eftbc a n of tor supreme Court.
Jkv E. BaBBiae,. ... .-. surreaie Court.
bare keen Ilk day appojuted
te LUr ackrKaiedgrmect to rou tracts fur labor
artth nswclahilis of an "Art to amen: aee-
2 of an Act for ibr protection of parti. to
IU flarlb n m or the Civil code,
, day of Jolt- A. 1). U approved
. t 1st :
- nilo, Hawaii
. North and Nlatb Kooa, UaarmU
... ., i flarriBkna, Hawaii
. ... .LahAtua. Maul
1 Ahuina. Maui
t Frank Brown. Merchant street. Honolaln.
RETAIL SHM KIT.
7 -James Olds. Empire House. Honolulu.
7 J no. MrKewro.-. Ilrstia. KootuB.o.
i T. W. Everett. Maul
I Oro. Bell, tiohala. Havre!'.
i j uiian j m. kotuin. aaaaaflL
7Zc.TJ,t, .'lelropuutan M.ri.t. HoMUnlo.
a Oeo. Bell. k.JiaU. Hawak,
Is Jaaiea woods, hiobsua. Hawaii.
I S. Hooka no. So. ST.
tfl loane Hokefcu. No as.
ka Oiarie. Nua. on aud
a Ah Bo.
am t r t lat r..Ait. 1 JOl'RAi,
PEVOTEP TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
1 (IIKIIUM A. M.uit.:r of Interior.
V ' of a i.-tter addreaaed be Hia
rwf Twi alaa Aflkaralast wek. to
and consuls rewduic in Uonolulu.
I ASkin. Uoooluui. October nh.
rtoae herewith a printed afjp. eon
ed bv the las: lUwaiau LepsJaUve
aba darlira oo the insportation of cer-
Thear Acta arlD rata to effcet at this aort in ten dares from
tb- dale of .aabluauoo to-dar
sax. aa bs- the treatv with the klnrdom or Ileoniark.
twaksi aaawAha notice m reaaired Irani the date of public
aMiaaaaaaa of aary b.i aa of daties: the aak! Acta will
S baas ewVct with recard to the tabt kuurdomc' Henmark.
awwkaa aaaaatwa laasc this date: and ao Ukearav with all
arhsT eaaaatjriaa wath arbara tba coon t re has treauea coc
wkaabnj the - tmruj caaaae" aa caliad.
I hare the honor lo be. Sir
Your moat obedit ut aerrant
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
PUBLIC NOTICE :
inter-Island Steam-Communication !
THE MIMSTER OF Till: ISTEKIOR IS
aaaaaarad as racatree tender for carry me the Ha
ri Hl.lrr.HKI' III El'ITEI) HY
H B N R V M . W II ITX B V.
H J-SDA'KXDA r. OCTOBER IS.
Thk extradition treatv lotvceii the Tinted
States ami Eiifrlaml has Ix-en virtually abro
gated by the action of the English Conrts in
releasini: tlie American former Winslow, on
the plea that a law of Parliamci.t can set
aside a treatv made prior to the enactment of
the law. This ruling: of the court has been
condemned, even by leading- British critics.
A Xew York paper, referring to this case,
says: "After the Winslow case was settled
by the release of the prisoner, our Govern
ment took the ground that no law of Parlia
ment could, under any circumstances, be made
to abrogate a treaty, while Lord Derby insists
that a new trenty must lie made on the basis
of the laws of '.873. Secretary Fish declares
that the I'nited States can take no action
unless the treaty is recoguized as the higher
authority, and on this point all correspondence
has ceased. Mr. Fish says any proposition
must come from Great Britain, and that none
will bo entertained other than admitting our
v. . ... r :..
Baa anaaa pan
asm fciaa at the Banal
0 Trip awrh aaontb n
an.! t atrknnc ax the n
aaat aaa 1 1 1 rrtp each
aaaaawhac at the usual
The ntanaaluai aq
Utd well found.
nj rj Trips
earn Navigation with
I most not exceed the
rharxed by the Meamer
Is oftk-e od or before
mber. A. r. IsTa. and
re Hundred and Fifty
loafer time than Ten
ON I' A.
the inasiiajin and uia
Qcaraatice Kegulatioas and Bules Adopt
ed bj the Board of Health, October
tVctasai 1. Nc person ahnll he allowed to board any
viaail anhlH aT taw ports of this klnrdom. previous to
AU pilara are hereby instmcted. upon board-
atrtct inaaarVs aa to the beaJUi of
If they are satisfied from the
aaanawan dbaause exbvta or has
saw. for a period of tsajhteen days prevtooa. they wfll hoist
a absV awe. and are at liberty to brine the veasel to
ancbar or a a wharf as the captain may desire. Should
ansa reav n tn surv
bas etait-d within etc b teen
the yrll iw Oat t.) be b.iisted. and
await the arrival at the por. physician, who will report
: Heaith. and the pi : ... isii Ui- rJ-r
f It aaM PiawA
X No person shall las ei or Tlan any unaran
aawe or enclosure rrau abaU bave
mx-Jn' purpos-s by the Hoard of
l by written permission of the Board.
prorwed for as
oe aJloweu t.'
lined Tinas', a
kaatj a-t apart
The new "Act to regulate the Currency "
is destined, we believe, to cause more trouble
in this community than any other of the fifty
four results of the five months session of the
wise-acres who try to make our laws. It is
contradictory, and conflicts, not only with its
own provisions, but with the law of 1672,
which remaius in full force and effect ui tii the
first of March next. Section 1 makes ITnited
States gold coin the standard and legal tender
after March let. Sections 2, 3, and I fix the
proportion in which silver coin ot the United
States shall be taken in the pat ineiit of debts.
In Section a it is enacted that gold and silver
coins of other Sovereign States than the United
States shall Ik; taken iu paymeut of " Govern- !
uient dues, duties, and taxes " " at their value
M fixed by the King in Privy Council." It
will be remembered that on the 25th of April ,
last the King iu Privy Council fixed the value !
of the English sovereign and half-sovereign 1
at five dollars and two and a half dollars, re- ;
sportively. Therefore, it might be supposed !
that a sovereign would be accepted at the ,
Custom-house in payment of duties at the
value of five dollars. But the administration ;
in its sapieuce, decides that this cannot be,
mi, in triumph, points to Section 8 of the
above mentioned act. which provides that j
after the passage of the act all duties shall be
payable " in gold coin of the United States or !
its equivalent." American gold is the stand
ard according to law ; sovereigns according to j
law also, are worth five dollars each, and yet :
five dollars of the latter arc not an equivalent
of five dollars of the former, neither will they j
be taken at that rate in iiaymeut of duties in j
spite of the stipulations of Section 5. Here is
a medley a pot poiiiTi cat it who cau.
In the varied complications of this law we
sec the folly of permitting a horde of thick
headed school-boys to make the laws intended
to regulate commerce and trade,- matters in
roc-rirtl to which our lecislatorR h.tvo nn mnro
c " I
experience or knowledge than they have of
the chemical composition of the sun's atmosphere.
m v be ordered t. tb. Hoard or Health.
A X man thai! be landed from any Teasel
or Lavirrc had sruali-pox o-
. excesp: hv written pemiisrd,. :.
..f tbe Board of ileal a.
:. . Ii. Hand Is of Chapter a "f th
B eVc lions
-Oaa T. " Kouce aball
K slrJ. of all recalasi m ns
an ancb nsrapaw
by the Board nf
It. by pubttshmf tb.
r :b kf arasafa th. r k
r. by caaslnit tbem t.i be posted In thre.-
d tbe tow a or district : and ancb nonce of
i atABsltaa awaB be deemed lesral nouce to all per.
L- (CM Code. ectaaa XM-
A atratr as rasa art,- stjaii ytobtte ar.y recti.
r hundred rlslhlrs." (Civil
i IV law Board of Health may from time to
he qaaraattn to be p rfirrr! by ail
at any port of the kbaMom : and may
atsae lutamiliw aall ahatl Jndre necea
r :h- : babitaahv" Civ..
veeakawnj ??. ;ir-.t:r..
tnt I si-!, v .-. a-..: I
ate an award of the name."
The I'alilurtxia Pros on Hie Treat j.
The following extracts from leaders in the
&a Francisco BulUlin, and the San Jote Mer
cury will .tfford a good idea of the popular sen
timent in California in regard with the Treaty.
"There appears to be a wonderful amount of ic
mirance and jealoosr coocerninw the operation of
tbe Hawaiiau Reciprocity Treaty. So great was
'.be oppsssit ion to l be measure tbxt it took over a
year to coinplete tbe ncccaearr Ictrislaliou on Ibc
pari of tbe United St-tes. Ervrr step of progress
wal conlesled. And now that lite President has
proclaimed tbe treaty iu lull force between tbe two
countries, tbcre is a great hue and cry about tbe
special privileges granted to Sau Francisco and tbe
Hawaiian Istanda. Ao eflort baa been mtde to
of the Board of Uaalth. after tbe aame thai: have prove that 111 is port his peculiar adtanistfes over
I in tbe ivst prani, aetllaa. eTcrv olber port iu Hie I nited Slates in tbe opera-
uwbnnlrNl .lAlh.n " nM I .. . . . . T-. . , . . . . .
lion oi luc irvraty. lun is meaaurauiy true, ttKijrn
the advantage are purely geographical and not U
rbiative. We are not to blame for obr position,
and even if we were tbe treaty cannot be made void
io consequence. We presume tbe cities on tbe St.
Lawrence were more fivored during tbe Reciprocity
Treaty with Cicada than those Jmore remote, and
especially those on the PaciGc Coast ; and yet we
have oo recollection than San Francisco complained
because she could not tret Butter, Lumber and other
products ol Canada from British Colombia on the
tame basis as Nc York and B.iston did from Cana
da at that lime. Telegrama inform ns that refiners
io the Atlantic Stales are paying Sajrar duties under
protest. We presume tbey have that privilege, or
else they wonid not do it. Tbey can cootioce to do
so for Hie remainder of their lives, bnt we fail to see
the rood it will do them. It is natural that they
aboold feci a little sore about loslue tbe privilege of
adling ns from 5,000.000 to 7,000,000 lbs 8 agar.
They have.never been able to do it notil this year,
and will probably never have another opportunity,
treaty or no treaty, o: enjoying a similar volume of
business from this side. Tbe foat ol two or three
cargoes of raw Sugars io tbe early part of the year,
and the locking op of Hiwaiiao irradea pendioit the
aolatioo ol tbe treaty question, kept oor refiners
abort of slock dnrine moat of the season, and hence
the opportunity to run In 30.000 bids Eastern into
this market, which the New York refiners hive done
In the past eight months. This business, however,
bat come to a stand, even before comintr into com
petition with free Hawaiian Sugar. Independent of
socb aid. our refiners claim that tbey can lay raw
Sofirs down here trota the Philippine. Isiknda, Bata
Tta, China, Peru and Central America quite aa cheap
ly aa New York refiners cau boy and the difference
in labor and capital is tally offset by tbe expenses
attending shipments ol r fined Sogir from New
York to Sao Francisco. Hence the market weal of
tbe Rocky Mountains is virtually uoder the con
trol of osr refiners, who have too much at stake
otto look out for their interest in the premiers.
If it will be any comfort to our Eastern friends, Kwe
will state that there is not tbe shadow of a prospect
i f-i' and .fleets arriv-
i an persons who may visit or
i-.vi: Code. Seerlati US..
Any 1 1 an 1 whsnk abac n raw to submit
inn iHm wWadtAwaan leave the nsawajrtrne rroon l
buajri taw iiJli nisi of taw aaman Ua Imposed upon bar.
Into this full I awry LWI lias II or any rUseaae
ion, i ill at aw pabuc health, shall be natte to seizure. ,
naknTliii and Bale, for the beacSt of the pcslic trea- 1
Bty.- (Ova Code. fJeeUoc M).
Tatx bCowac persons
have been that day appointed
I to contrarts tor labor
u acroetSance srsth pi a i inlisiu of an - Act to amend sections
I and : af -An Act for the protection of parties to eon.
by section 1117 of the Civil Code, ap-
s day of Jaly, A- D. atfAV approved the
; . - : . -..v-r. a. : :-rr
Itearry Wataikiiii Conn. Oaau.
Cam T. CkaarA Kaaa Oabn.
.. bTTTBWwT fnnl.nprUrn OallQ.
Bl W. Kaaar aUaakal
W. L Moaaaosrca.
Xntersar OtSce. Sepc Sttb, ltTS. aTlaWtrr of the Interior
XOTICE M l.tllM. TO VOIXS
aflBjHB ts hereby gtrca that the f.Jlow:ruj reaolntlon
tin Tf--Tl-T- rrtvTOrrarjcil on the ;h inatant.
Hbpuai a. Thai this CwaacI beraby fix the rate at
wt the tuna a I ib. stiver coins abaU be tat en at tbe
ll iiibij s-at: Re una a, sxxtcaw. and mrviis
Qraxm DreiAABs at twenty -five cents each, or equal to
aa i asi i S aa awarter dodax. Jsro. K Watataat,
aUassrer of Fmanoe.
SC lat Hoaaa-e fvpartrrreeii. Nept fafb, IKJS
thst any Hiwaiiao Sugar will be reshlpH-U from
this port to New York to come ioto competitioo
with planters in tbe Southern Stales, while at Ibe
same time consumers here do not expect to reap
much advantage Irom the removal of dnty from cer
tain grade ol Hiwaiiao Sugars. It is conceded that
whatever is rained In this respect wilt inure to tbe
benefit ot the Hawaiian ploolera."
This is what the tmJtmy thinks about it :
"The present treaty is one equally of amity as
finance. it is bat a short lime sioce this very group
ot islands suuxbl tbe protectorate uf the Vailed
States. Their erTurt is now Io secure emigration, and
thus bv means of a bli..J relationship to mutua ly
advance and eattivate tbe interests of the two conn
trie. The beoefits denied t. the I'nited Stales
need na: hb expatiated upon, la ease of a sever
ance ol C'imity betw'eo this country and Spain, a
great dearth of the leading staples is bound to ensue.
Ti.e treaty with Mswati not only fjslers the eultiva
liou of tbe.-e eomui"ditirs, bnt it induces iiuniigra
tioa, provides the Voited States aitb a si-nree from
which gret beaebu as well as conveniences miT be
ul'imitely had. and without burden In any portion
of tl.-e Country, will doubtless eventnalty prove a
s.viacetmaay niillioas a year, which now operates
against the interests of the I'nited Stales tu the
beneli' of a Power nfl whom we btre yet Io appre
ciate ant great advantages in i-ur relations there
with." Os the fourth pjge will le found four laws
passed at the late session of the Legislature,
which are as follows :
An Act to aid the development of the re
sources of the Kingdom.
An Act relating to Interpleading.
An Act to anthoriae a loan for three hun
dred tlnusand dollars.
An Act relative to the abatement of actions
Bv the bark Edward May, which arrived
lust week, a number of copies of an anony
mous brochure were received by varioua
mrties in town, chiefly plantation owners or
agents. It is addressed " To the Sugar
Planters and others connected w.:h the Sugar
Interests of the Hawaiian Islands," and was
evidently indited under the pressure of con
siderable excitement. Indeed, this is acknow
ledged in the tpening paragraph which reads
On the arrival of the ' Zealindia." oo the 20th
instant, with the iiilorniution that tbe San Francisco
Sugar Refineries hid secured. by contract two thirds
ot ihe Sugar product of ttie islands, tor 1ST 7. it was
very apiwrent tint intense indignation was excited
by ibis iiasly, und impolitic action."
It is not stated where, or among what class
this " intense indignation was excited," but
it is presumed that it was chiefly among the
Commission Merchants of San Francisco, who
are rivals to some extent of the Refineries,
and who have, under the system of the past,
held the almost exclusive business of selling
Hawaiian Sugars. It is natural that they
should have felt vexed that the Refineries
shonld have stolen a march nn them, but the
matter is not so bad as " Pacific Slope " ap
pears to think. Contracts have been made
with the Refineries for less than one half of
next year's crop, and when these contracts
expire the Hawaiian planters arc under no
obligation to renew them, but will be free to
sell their next crop to the highest bidder, or
to ship to San Francisco on their own account,
if they prefer to do so. To tell the plain
truth, the planters here are very much like
business men in other parts of the world, and
iu their business transactions they are influ
enced to a great extent by motives of self
interest, and in the least possible degree by
seutiuietit. We are well aware that among
the many influences which combined to bring
about the Treaty, the efforts of our friends on
the Pacific Slope are not among the least, and
they may rest assured that those efforts are
duly appreciated by this people and Govern
ment ; but we must include among those in
fluences " th'. trUliilraintl trf th opposition of
the &m Francisco Sugar Refhttrittf" for, had
it continued, the chances of the Treaty would
have bran small forked, " Pacific Slope " to
the coutrary, notwithstanding. In the future
the Hawaiian planters will continue to sell
their sugar whenever and wherever they can
get the most advantageous terms. Many will
doubtless prefer to sell here for cash, rather
than assume the risks and incur the delays in
payment, incident to shipments abroad.
Others will coiitiuue to do as they have done,
and dispose of their produce through the
agency of the middlemen on the coast. It
must not be forgotten that aliout one-third of
the whole sugar crop of the Islands is of so
dark a grade that it cannot be disposed of to
any extent except for refinery purposes, and
as the Refineries of the Coast are practically
under one management there is little or uo
competition for it : but it must be sold at
whatever figure the Refineries may think best
to offer. It is apparent, therefore, that there
may be prudential reasons in certain cases for
selling the whole crop of a plantation to the
Refineries at a fair price, rather than to obtain
a higher rate for the best grades, and run the
risk of lieing compelled to let the inferior
grade go for much less that its actual value.
The impotent threats of the pamphlet re
ferred to, in regard to the inevitable failure of
the Treaty, if we do not conduct ourselves in
such a way as to regain and retain the favor
of the its " old friends," are unworthy of the
source from whence it emanated, and cause
us to feel no surprise that the circular was
anonymous. In the first place the threat is
based upon an erroneous statement which we
will charitably suppose to have been the re
sult of ignorance. There has never been a
precedent in any action on the part of the
United States Government for such a breach
of international good faith, and it is a base
slur upon the honor of that government to
assert that it can do snch a thing. In the
matter of the extradition treaty between Eng
land and the United States, the latter govern
ment took the high and honorable ground that
" no laic of Parliament could, under au cir
stances, be made to abrogate a treatv," and
Secretary Fish declined to continue negotia
tions unless the treaty should be recognized
as the higher authority. The facta in the
case of the Canadian Treaty were simply
these : It was made for a period of ten years,
after which it was to continue until the ex-
Centennial Letters-Ho. 5. ''i"' of in ,beir ,ho" oeb", r'J nd
tartan, mounted on Observation Gallery io th Hail,
Path OilkTTa, Two day! wor devoted to Afri- I where one commenced a National Air on lhalin st
cultural and Machinery Halls. The former i. a very i n.el.neholy or all musical instnim.nt.-th.
bacpips). As soon as this unique music had col
attractiT. plaea : it it dirtied up into sections. Htr , erowd. on of the younger Highlander
tbe different nations of tbe world have their reipcc- ! cleared a space imnir his Irieods and executed th.
tiv. exhibits, asiu tbe main building, and jou can I Highland Fling in tha most appored siyU. drawioe
, . . , a f reater eruwa, an j oe was oiguiy appiauueii vj
It.lv to Denmark and from Bra- oj ,imitiug ,,,.,. W. did not wait to c
travel at will, from
til to Colorado, aaa bo on almost aicfinitlT. Oaf
Urge section of Ik baiUiinff is tivottsl to tbe di
plar of agricaltariJ imple taent .ml machincr fr
lightening the toil uf ican in culttrating tbi wondtr -fui
earth when snaking it yield it fruit, luxuries,
and drlicaciee for our suvtenauc. This U the de
partment ecu! tarty at'ractivo to frmM, and culti
ratorw. but who cannt lake pleasure in looking at
the infinite variety of exhibits In this drpartraent.
.'loughs of every kind and shape brnghl to sueb
perfection that it seems as if man eould never invent
another, aod all arade nf such beautiful steal and
Mat of them finished c(T bj such a degree that they
would make handsome parlor ornaments, an a pro
uinent feature uf the sh w. No w inder that tbe
placards " Hands tlT." ' lea-e do not l.u?b,"
or more imperative still " IK Not i' u '. 1" tiite to
be suspended from every cast- What is the reason
that one is s irresistibly teopted to lay a finger on
steel, burnished like silver, or longs to feel tbe polish
ot the beautiful handle tha t-oks like rich satin?
wfsj can say this that, but for the warning, we should
have touched a good many tines. Mowers, reapers,
threshers, drillers, grain sowers, eorn shelters,
hoers, diggers, binders, sea pen, and dicn more,
proclaim each and every me their perfections, and
tbe advertisements are caplete. The idea gained
by walking around ;hee icres of labor-saving ma
chines is, wonderful indeed is the mind of man 1 and
to a devout soul tl e thui'4bt more quiokly rushes,
" How small is all this ts tbe mind of M i, who gave
but a tiny spark of his Own Light to man." Lear
ing the department of implements we come to the
exhibitof man utacturc? from agricultural pro. tactions.
Here, if one bad weeks or months to spend in the
exploration, a system of investigation and reporting
could be delightfully carried on, but with only
limited time, what wouder that visitors Hit from one
spot to another without any order, but led by tbe
beauty presented to th eye. much as a bee wanders
for honey to the richest flowers. And this simile
makes it easy to tun to tbe description f the won
derful displays of confectionery and other beauties
al! made from lufar. Cases filled with the roost
tempting and UstitMJ candy and confections meet
the eye. A snail stand on which stood a tall ele
gant vase of Sifters, unJer glass, we were about to
pass by, as atf unusually fine wax flower display ,
when our attention was arretted by the ticket " All
made from stgar," Then we drew near and ex
amined it. Hoses of wonderful shading, a most
natural calla. an elegant pink, spotted lily, dahlias,
fuscbias, sveet pear, hyacinths, aod honey suckles,
all of life lifte colors and set in their own circlets of
green learu. Fr m this we went to a case ofchuco
late confectionery, where was, anion,; other things,
a large ra.e of ohocolate weighing 'iOO p un Js. In
a case opposite to this ve saw one of the most elabor
ato works of sugar art in a pyramidal piece of most
delicate white confectionery, forming a historical
picture. On the base, which was Hexagonal, stood
miniature figures ia cobnd sugar, representing scenes
in .American history, sich as the Landing of tbe
Pilgrims, I'vcihantos saving tho life of Capt. John
Smith, the Battle of Lexbton , Capture of Ticonte
r ga, Washington erujs:ng tho Delaware, and the
Victor of 1'erry on Lake Krie. In tbt next story
of tbe pyramid, sat the Signers of tbe Declaration of
Independence, and in tbe upper (teak of tbe pyramid
stands the full length picture uf Abraham Line-In
signing the Emancipation Act. l'jssiug from the
confectionery, w fousd our way to a most wonder
ful display of fancy cra:kers, all packed in tin boxes
with glass covers, and piled up from tbe floor to
quite a height in artis'.io manner, forming a little
recess, wherein at a small counter table, sat a young
lady attending the exhibits, and giving away adver
tisements to visitors and also a handful of delicious
little crackers as a spe:men. She told us there
were at least 300 varieties of crackers in their dis
play, and .licit card was F. L. Lara bee. Albany,
New Vjrk. Cases of pickles, every variety, in
bottles of iinmence cite, arranged iu the most beauti
ful and fanciful shapes, even to represent flowers
and fruits, were dplayed by both .American and
English exhibitors. Every kind of preserved fruits
in every kind of patent buttle tr tin or can are ex
hibited. Dried and evaporated fruits, which seem-
to be the same imported at the Islands, called
Desiccated Fruit, is largely displiyeJ. Among tho
most singular things of this sort is " Concentrated
Cider," or Cider, dried into a paste, and rolled to
layers on a large spool. It is claimed that a small
sect i n of a few inches cut from this and put into a
tumbler of cool water will soon melt away and leave
a glass of excellent sweet cider. This ne. 7 exhibit
was in the Oregon dspirtment. Cereals in infinite
variety are displayed from almost every country and
State. The tobacco exhibit was very curious and
quite surprising from the pleasing arrangement of
shades acd color, but not very attractive to any but
l'jrcrs of tbe weed. Crystalised eggs were a great
novelty. Tbe exhibitors claim that tbey will keep
any length of time in any climate, and serve as good
a purpose as fresh laid eggs for paddings, eaxes, or
ice cream. If this be so, if they would always make
as nice a custard pie, or piece of cake as the polite
exhibitor gave as to taste, tbe article wonid be fine
at sea, on a journey, or even in a place where eggs
sometimes command $1 a doxen. We were ranch
amused over the original manner of advertising Bor
den's Condensed Milk and Beef. A most life-like
cow stood there, which bad ohe only lashed her tail
to drive off the flies, would have started more than
one away from ber. Further on, in tbe New Hamp
shire exhibit, stood a pair of stuffed hogs, natural as
life, whose vast proportions aod cleanly look elicited
universal comment, and served as a fine advertise
ment to tbe lard, io tins and kegs, as well as tbe
salt pork exbibired in barrels with glass heads.
Tfcc-ehus had explanatory cards attached ; weighed
1307 pounds at 18 months old, gained 1.10 pounds a
week for S successive weeks. Tbe other weighed
1253 pounds, and gaintd at tbe same rale. Another
object of universal interest is Old Abe, the tame
eagle, with a history won in many battles during
the war. The veteran looks old. worn, and sickly,
as if the Centennial were harder on him than al bis
battles ; bat he must, unconsciously, be coining
money fur bis owner and exhibitor, who has a steady
throng around him daily, and sells his photograph
for 2 cents and bis printed history for 60 cents.
One more interesting sight was tbe exhibit io wax of
fruit from tbe State "f Iowa. 1200 wax models re
presenting 300 varieties of apples, from life, which
are promised in Bjatura) specimens in the Fall. One
variety fitly named " Gloria alandt," light green in
color, almost transparent kin, measured fojr and a
half inches in diameter. As noon has arrived and we
have to see more of Machinery Hail in tbe afternoon,
we must fortify ourselves by a lunch. At the Aus
trian Restaoraai, after a rather long waiting, we
were served to the choicest of sirloin stake. Saratoga
potatoes, rolls from the Vienna bakery, and fragrant
Japan tea. Everything ts served in tip-top style by
attentive waiters. Tbe little tables are spread in a
ipaeions verandah where adjustable shades keep out
the glare of the son, and a brass band discourses
sweet music as we enjoy the rest and refreshment.
Machinery Hall 1 What a fascinating place. One
can visit it again and again with ever fresh interest,
and always find something sew. Tbe boge Corliss
engine wnica pulsates rapidly supplying me mcr.ng
LEASE OF HAWAIIAN HOTEL
A T ALHOLANl BOUSS,
At 12 M November 18th, 1876.
Pususeasluii to In' arltrll Jau. I. IN??.
Co- Kur further ( . .pply al tile oalc uf
6H lm MIMSIKK OF UMA.M-K.
IT HAS fXKAaVKD Ills WAJl'.srv THK
Kl.N'i lo oril.-r that fium nml after tills ilate no per
sons shall conlraet any ilehls on Ills behalf en-ept upon
the onler of the umlershTiie!. J.SO. ). IxOIIMS.
Ills llujesty's Private Mccrelarv.
Honolulu, net. t. lira sri-it
MR. ioiiv niTsio . ii an my 1'iiini: of
A1TOKXKY, and will attend to my business during
Mr. fjHABI.lH M. COOKE will act as Au. lloiieer.
E. P. ADAMS.
Honolulu. Oct. 2. ISTA SI3 lm
I It I Ml JIT AaMEXI F. :! 1 Ills lilSili
W I KIM Mr. K. 0,
power of Attorney.
Hob on will art fur me under
(SI3 At') T. H- HOBBOff.
THK I. I Till: OKMF.It OF HOTEL
and Alakea SUreet. lately purchased by Ibe Ultima
Thule Lodjce. So. I. o. of 0, T. TITLE FEMKElT,
IKIi.VM I .IK it VI. For particulars inquire of J. I'orler
i. reeu. Merchant street, Honolulu.
lly order of the Trustees.
Honolulu, October lOlh, 1ST. Ill II
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
NOTICE IS HBBEBV HIVBM THAT I'l l
SI' INT to the power of sale coiitiUned In a certain
I deed of tunrtxaire dated the lieenty second day of June
j 1375, made between William 0, llrown and liuLsa Kalll
ins wue ot lac nrst pari ii:hi iniani it iinisn u me
second part rrcorded In l.iber -Ii. on pae S77, ?TSaint T i
to secure the payment of the sum uf Three hundred sad
twenty-flve dollars. In uucyear from the date then-nt. with
Interest at one per ceut a month. The said William O.
Brash, Intends Io foreclose such mortgage and after the
expiration of the time limited he law, to cause the mort
gaged property to be sold by public auction in llouolulu fur
breach of Ibe condition conrahied Iu the said deed. .Such
property being described as folluwa
All th.it land In Kukanaka. tu Honolulu. Oahu. being
Kuleana helu 1141. Hoyal latent .No. Ml
K hoomaLa ma ke klhi akau. msuka o kela, plli ana me
ko Haiihankol. a me to Ohlaoku, a e holo ana. Hem. At9
lllklna t.t-ikaula. matotlblaoku, a hlkl I ke alnul : alalia
Hema 41 , Ko 4 00 kaula. tuako kl alauui. hiki 1 ka pa
pobaku. ma Kuauna. alalia Akau SI3 30', Ko 44-100 kaula
mako llalai. alalia Hema la Ko ... i 'o kaula klhi. alalia
Akau 43 wt go n kaula. mako Halai a hlfel I ke
klhi Akau. makai o kela pill ana rov ko HaUl a me ko
Ilaubaokol. Akau 31 IV Hi l-SJ kaula, ma ko ILiuhau
koi, a hlkl kahl 1 hoomaka al. A maloko ola apana, 802.
Hated this third day of October. IS? A
(12.31 Attorney for toe said William O Brash.
piration of twelve months after either of the 1 tKweT 10 ,k ,naJ of machines u always th
... .. y . . .. , . , centre of attraction, and teats are on erery side
coa.TACting parties had rpven notice of A wish j whm ,he foot.,ore and wearj maj rest aod enjjy
to terminate it. It was ratified and proclaimed j hc majestic engine It is io rata to attempt to des-
cnoe ail tue inacuiucry eauioiicu ui iu acu.i mo
tion, frtotie and marble cutting anl sawing acd
in 1S31, and continued in force for about ten
years and a hall, when the United States
Government, in accordance with the terms of
the compact, gave notice of a desire that it
shonld terminate, and it accordingly came to
a close on the 17th day of March, 186G. Here
was no breach of faith, but a strict compli
ance with the ierms of the treaty.
While feeling grateful to our friends on the
Pacific Slope for all they have done for the
benefit of this country, wc must inform them
that, judging from present indications, the
bulk of our sugar will in the future be sold
here to whatever buyers may apply for it,
instead of being exported by tbe producer.
This is the ensrom in all other sugar-growing
countries, and is doubtless the result of
natnral laws, the vocations of agriculturist,
Sun Francisco. ScptU Int. 1876.
WE S3 EC. TO INFORM THE FFBLIC THAT
we have establrshed ourselves In tile Commission Business
Iu this ntj. especially for the sole of all .f Samlwicb
Island produce, as well as for the purchaulns; of (ienerat
Merchandise In this mark ft Owing to our experience of
twentr rears in the Island Bulness. we are enabled to
five entire satisfaction, and bfs; herewith to sohdta share
of patronage. Purchasers may rest assured that any
orders entrusted to us will have our best attention, which
we will execute on the most reasonable termsj. We are
prepared to make liberal Cosh Advances on oil Goods con
signed to us here.
For farther information, we refer to onr Honolulu boose.
31. S. OSIXBAVX A Co.
12.31 214 California fftreet.
THE POWER OF ATTORNEY HITHERTO
it- i by Mr. (J. W. Mftcfartsne in my nauie baa been
this day cancelled by mutusU consent
THEO. H. 0AVIES.
Hooblaln, OcUsber 2rd, ISTtL ti2-lin
Al l. PEIU05S HAVING t'MIM.H srnlnrnft
tbe estate of Joseph llowe, late of liana. Island
of Maui, deceased, are requested to present the tame
duly authenticated to me. at the office of Mr. E. T.
O' Hallo ran, Solicitor, Fort street. Hoooioiu. wlthiti six
months of tbe date of tbe first publication of this notice,
or they will be fcrerer barrel ; and all persons indebted
to ttte said estate are required to pay the amounts owing
to me at said office.
Dated this 2oth day of eptembr, 1579-
Ext-cntor of the estate of a!1 Joseph Howe, diseased.
whether the eoc rc onti brins; oat soother dancer
but battened oo to the outhero side, to tae tanx
14t rect too and fJO feet shde with 10 feet of wafer
f..r hrtlraulie urpo.-es. This is always an attraetir
p"int for tiitnrs. for the water is always "urtig m
from a s;reat number an 1 variety of inbe of different
sixes anJ ehaes some pourini; freh water and soma
wnjte water tromthi various oitchinei into the basin
below, whilst numerous) seals here ntTerwi a rest as
y-.a enjoy the refrehtuent of the water. We were o
fortunate as to be there at the hour of 5 I. M. when
work ceases in Machinery Hail, ami the many indus
tries stop. The jets of water, oni after another,
grow less and less, and a the great heart of the
whole) " The Corliss "ceases to be;C. th tnaia
arteries empty their floods int the bssin ; and sooa
all is quiet. The weary workmen polish up their
pets, oil parts where friction ha been greatest, and
then cirefully cover them with cltbs before leavinj
lor the nijjht. Six icl"ck is the hour when th
busy tide M exhibiting life MaasM in the main ball,
an about that time tbe wave of travelers) ..urges
homeward, pouring out of the gate as the pured
in at 9 in the morning, only ' so weary. at. A c.
Omura ro rni: him: in tiii: rmi i: or
Retail Price of Mutton
In the f&Uiwinjc Markets will tie as follows from thlsilate
Fiimllit'si, IO rents pt-r pound.
Hotels, Restaurants. Ships. &c , 8 cts.pr lb.
Reef as formerly.
a. VALUER, Family ami Metrorsillun Markets.
14 41 O. U. I'MI'FUKIi. t'ommerdal Market.
Notice to Creditors.
UL I'l ltsoNS II 1X4. U.MMS nsrislcisit
the estate of J0M1 N t'llman, lnte of Kuu. Hawaii.
il(H'-kv-t. whether ecure4l by mortgage or otherwise, are
reqneaied U) semi their claims, properly authenticated,
ad.Iiesaetl to the undersigned, at Kahuku. Kau. Hawaii,
within six months from the first publication hereof, or
they will be for ever barred
O. W. C. JONES. Kxecntor.
K. II KI.KOI.K tilLMAN, Executrix.
Date,! UiLs 1"th day of Octnh r. I:. sit 4t
Koloa. Ansnst :4th, IsTS
trcable tban the plain old fashioned .ay.
l , . . . , untie a Dumper ot ccoicomea scio pcaiii iu
and exporter or broker, being entirely Bc;arate Uo;al Mtum9i there h4Viog Wn u S eetio2
arrd distinct. I of the Caledonian Club the day before. Some six o
polishing;, bt owing machines immense machines for
planing; iron plates, cotton and woollen eloth and
carpet weaving, steam printing and lithography, arc
bet a few of tho maoT that are at work, driven br
ream. A dmJcmq m&ehine. a rumn used for 1 W THK FXDFRSIi-JfED DESEBT 4ITE
freinr air to tbe bottom of deep minesunder groaod. pobttr notice, that as my wif- Kanlaofceahl Kape
, -. , . . . - aT . f -a- -, at, Browrn baa left my bed and bnord wiih:ot Jost cause and
u exhibited, but not m operat.on ; f.,r if it . w . the pmTOcmliont x 8naJI m reaiKiiMlbtc for any debU con-
mre. vi in IWW wuuw wiu. w. tsaa auhvuiiu j txaCted Dv tuft oo tay account,
inc. There an multitude of smaller machioej
driven hj steam which interest visitors ; stoonj,
tbem we examined a machine for mahing fancy soap
and one fur cutting oat, patiog aod finishing enve
lopes ; a maebioe where woven badges of different
eolored silks are made from let patterns. Of coarse
tbe exhibit has all tbe modern sugar eane machinery,
and although that was not io operatiun, it was
familiar to a Hawaiian. Various haod machines or
firot machines are busy at work, as are sll the rari
ties of sewing machines, aod they have fine exhibits
of their work ; sdso knitting and darning machines.
The latter elicited a great deal of fun from iadj
visitors, bat was looked upon with some want of
confidence, whether it would not take more time and
Pacific Rubber Faint Company's
IN FOR MALE BT
BOLLES & Co.
Tb Bobher Faint la lastly celebrate!, aed la enmlnc
lotn general use, and all wbo bare cryea It a trial Ugbly
recommend It Tbe nnderaiarned nye a general assort
men I of all colon and shades, and will keep np Ibe assort
ment. and be ready to fill orders al tbe shortest notice.
(91 BOLLES A Co.
For San Francisco
TIIK A 1 AMERICAN CUITKR SCUOON CR
Will have quick dispatch after
the arrival of the steamer
from San Francisco.
For Freight ami lassagv. apply I"
, ll II M'KKEI.D . CO.. Agents.
oi nrwic sol RT t
W laksads-lo tToiie.-At i hamn.ni aestaw Mr J
JaU. In tbe matter ol Ihe a'aral . A. w. s.stu, ate
,.f Honolulu, dereaaad, teatata. tiraVr a aaaasaal BeeAaaa
Ar allowance ol acroonu, ilka kala., aad waal awaarasaoWw
un Kea-lina anil Filing the peUUoa aad snewanec UCA-
LKA SN KLL. Ktecolrls. and WIU.IASS m aaflTN. Ad
mlnlslratnr. Ae., of tbe Katal at A. W sasa, at, af
Honolulu, .lereaaasl. wherein they aak a he altewvl
flTS 71. il rhane. ISe moires with SX7ST1. awrf aa that tha
aams may aa eaamlned and apprneed. and that a final
enter may he mad ol .Isttrlhou... of in. as., Ity re
maining In their harets to Ike penausa Iheerl.. -rksed.awd
.ISa-lMraing tbem and t"ielr sureUea frbmul fart Bee ra-
I day ad
. IBs I
FOR SAN FRANCISCO
TIIK HAWAIIAN BA UK
II Is i.lerel. Hut rsirsUr. t.
A. I). Is:, al len a ehsek A. M
at I'hamhera. in the Court llotaw
same hereby In nppobse.t aa tbe tme and ptaee Bar
nc p. t.ii.m aii. I .--rti-iia. ami inas
ealel mav then and there appear aad sksiw eaaae. if
R.C. H YLIK!
II. WAI.TKKM. stnster.
Will Have Quick Dispatch !
For frvixiu .r ssaasasaw afMaSaf to
Sll II. KACIVTLD A CO.
To Sail from Boston
Will bt .ip.isi'ljHt lu Brvwv-r'slbie in Xovrmber. Orders
for mriv.uud.M will by the outtfiOiisT mall ran n. illltHl
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP'T'S
Australia and New Zealand Line
THE SPLKMHK M l: A'lSHIP
CAK4IILL. lm miller.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SUN FRANCISCO
On or about Nov. 14th.
For Kri'tarbl and .rasBWSsW, ur any turthr titforniatJuo.
apuly to jM7j It. BaU "XFKLU . ( vt-t.L-.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
Australia ..ml New Zealand Line
THE MM, I.AIlll) N r E A JI M U I I"
I K Ii It I t:.s. C uimnauili-r.
W ill Xioavo Honolulu,
Kandavu, Fiji, and Sydney, N.S. W.
ConufS'tlns; at KamJafU with t'unipany's -it fur
AtJt k'LANl. N. Z., fOltTl'HALMKltH, ami iiiWruitnllut
On or about tho 19th of Oct.
For Freight and !aasage, and further Information, apply
to i'MIJ II. IIACKFKLII As IX).. Agent.
1 t MV.MI.ll.
Mon.lay. Oct . P , - IIHo
Mon. lay. Dot 10. 5 r . K i
Mfinilay. Oct 23. 5 P if Htlo
Thursilay, Nov it, 4 p Nawlllwlll
Keturtilns: to Honolulu .Saturday uomtna;.
Momlay, Nov , I p T- tlllo
Moutlay, Nov U, 5 p Kona
Mondu. Nova), 6 P at IMIo
Monay, Nov 1 p w.... Kona
Moaday. 4. -I p h i1rouit of Kauai
Beturuliii; to Ilunuluiu. Friday Murulus;, Dec 4.
Monday, ic ll, 5 p x - Hllo
Monday, Dw 11. i p u Kona
Monday. Dec a v m Hllo
Uu Kona trips the .Steamer will go as far an
On all Windward Trips tho tfumrr will leave her wharf
at " ; all trips to Kauai, will leave at 4 P. H. On down
trip? theSteumer will not loave Ka wal bat- before 10 a. m. .
Uukt naaapor notlre on up trip, Uaalaca llay not before
"a.m. Any chanav from tb alvi.e will be ad ver tared,
sasr Mo l milk for rHnrc MoHrr. -a
Ticket, at the ollire oul.
No berth will he considered as taken until paid tci. Not
responsslhle fir unmarked lugjae or any Freight or Par
cels unless receipted for.
Freight Money Due on Demand.
SaxsT" An effort will be made to bave !'! -u-.:r.- r
Ilooolulu ou the eveiilns; of the same day she leaTeaalaul
SAltl KLQ. W1LDKU. gent.
OtUce with Wilder Jt Co.. coruer of Fort t Queen streets
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
K M: A I L E !
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, as above, until
further notice, asr Fn-lght and rassetigtrs taken at the
BOLLaCS ct C O., Agents.
P. Z This veasel has just been thoroughly repaired
newl'yroppered, aod pot In In perfect order. sVl
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. Brewer etc Co. -Agents.
Favorable srrsncenientt can alwai b
made for toras sod nhipinent of til . ..n-. Wool, (li-iV.
otbsr Mercbaadlse to New U?dford. Boston, New York and
ithtr hiuitern Forts. aIsT" tah A 1 Tunc-- mad,
''i-b C. BRKWKIC CO.
DISPATCH UNE Tor SAN FRANCISCO !
C. Brewer a Co. Agent..
Ilerrhan-lis. reeeleed llorsge Free anil
linersl cash sdTaace, man. on moment. Cr this line.
ss-i-iy C. BkcvrcK a Co
Jri.Ei VI.KM. m i.iri U. II ATT I: II IS
Mrs. Stawe a aty Wife and I.
Jamea Payne's afarrted beneath him.
I re's Dictionary of Art A Krleneee, 1 youj , sheep.
ltiKlerark Hmlson. by H. James.
William 'a Household Elegancies for Home Decoration.
Williams ladlea fancy work for Home Becreatloo.
Memoirs of (len. W. T. 8 hernial).
Twenty Tuouaan Leagnes nnder the Sea.
Ilryaat A Stratlons Counm.g House Book-keeping.
liryant A .-bat tons lligli acbooi book-keepliur.
Haawell's Pocket Engineer.
Uarwln's Cllmtflrar Plaou.
Darwin's Animals aad Plants yola,
Mark Twalnt uikled Age.
Allen's American Cattle Book. Ulaauated.
Inquire within. Tbe C'orntf Cnptttatrd.
Wuolleu'a Villas and Cottag Arctillectnre.
PLUUp llaaierton's Ilooad my House.
Jnle Verne's Mysterious Island. In I Tola.
Winter sjnnahlne. by John Burroughs.
Early Man in Europe, by Kau.
The VTBd Ilontrrat, or Lore la the Wilderness,
Hand Book for lUdemen.
OlieudofTs rlpanlsti Oratornar.
The Treaty ol Washlatrton by Caleb fashing.
Key's Uutch Kepubllc. In one Tot.
The World of Wuaden. castle. Pettera A Co., London.
Ishmael, or In the Depths, by Mrs. Snothworto,
The Double Wedding, or II. .w Hbe Was Woa.
Beater Howard's Temptation, by Mrs. War&sKL
Mrs. Hale'. Bees-lpta for the Million.
WI.I lldeld'. New ok Book. Keylaed edition.
The Family Hay All cook book.
Hiss Pa.-dor's Llfe'l Mtnurgle.
Duinaa' C anacrlpt of Days of N apoleon.
Miss Dester'a KeceipU for Cooking.
Indiana, a novel, by Genrge flaad.
Lord Montagoe's Page, by ll. P. R. James.
SordhoriTs CBluirt-nla and Xardwlch lalanda. Xew edition
Motherly talk Io Yoong Housekeepers.
Chltty'a Blackatoae. 2 Tola.. AlBBf.
Whlttier's Child Ufa, In poetry.
Wrinkle and Beewrpta, for a-chnlcs. engineers, etc.
Carmina Colltglehaa, containing all the American Colleg
Woodward's N'ailonal Architect, with alataa.
Mary Uowitt's Poems of .Vatnrsl Ii utory.
History of the HobMna. richly lUnstratad.
Art RecreaUon : a (wide to drawing and painting.
Homes, and Hoar to Make Them.
Upton's C. 8 Army Infantry Taeoca,
TJptoo'a V. S, Army cayalry Tactic.
For Sale Toy
H. M. WHITNEY.
nl lo Ihe 1
UUMtnaa s. he )NihlMM-l In tee k.a t
I.-Te. i:."i, silers ormie.1 n.l 1
three suceiaeiTe weeks presaiaa tu Ihe lane therein sp-
IM'inte,! for seal ilearillff.
Haled liumilulu II. I.. I has 17th itay of tsrtoaer. ISTA
A. . :. .- Jl'tU
Attest: Juatce f the ssiprease l oarv
Jxi". K. B.RK4BD. I ters SMp. I'uart. I4 St
St I'Kiii nii iirm nir ii t 111 t is.
-A.N I in. u probate, lalaud ufuaha. Bawaaaa Is
lands, a a
lii Ihe mailer nf Ibe .state uf I hrtstapwer R. taiwera,
hue of Honolulu, ilereaard.
Before Hms. I 'ha. I ' Harris. Oriler spaiilmlng Ban.
Ibr probate of will awl dlrvrbng publk-ailoa uf aar f
A .Iih ument purportliut In he the last will and t
off. II. l.eivera, lale of llolio.uu. .
the .'Jth .lav of -eptrmher A l IsTS.
.u.l orohati-1 0(111. and I
and for Hie ismiaiH-e of lelte,s lestameiitary ta I 'has.. H.
ttshop and W. c. Parke havbag beea Slew by thesa.
It la hereby nnlerrd. that TIII'KKDAT. ta RtlL PAY
OK IXT1IHKH, A. U. ISTS, at 1 o'dwek. a. at. af
sal.l .lay. at the (Vart room uf sakl faorf, at I IB. Bat I
House. In Honolulu. In Ihe Island ofoaha. be ami the
same is. hereby appointed the time ft.r pruTkag bbM wal
and bearing sskl application when nd where aay p.raaa
Intereaiasl may appear aasl corneal the aaStl wat, aa. Use
granting of letter. leeAaaneaiary.
It la further ordered, that nolle, tbeeeof be ri,.n ST
poolii-iillon. mr lliree surc-wuve w.-eaa, in tae 1
liaarlte newspaper printed ami published w I
And It is run her ..rdered. that ,-iUtBsaa. I
.ol --nt.ii.it wluieswea lo rnSI srlll. aad h tb bet at tb.
testator. In Honolulu, tu appear at lb 1 1 tin stUialnl
Datrd Honolulu. II. I. th. uSeat.. Is 7 A
i M AM t . IIAkin,
Jnallce of the swprsas. (Van.
Attest: JNO. S. BaBStaaa. Deputy fterk. 41 si I
I IU i I 1 l HI "I I III II AW All A v IJB.
LA .NUA Thlnl Judicial l-atnct. In Prsssate.
i, Jeceased. mesial. Before Mr Jn.iaJ'lTuL ""
i reaillug slid tiling the petition al John Magnir. of
Ih Kiihala. Hawaii, alleging that John .leery I
aup.ill.-h.--. Illlo. Hawaii. .Is-I lute
th. .lay of A u Was. 1KB. And praying
ilutstrallun assae lo him
it Till itfDAV tbe sih day of JM
ISTS. be and nerrbj la apo4nu-l for
n he for. tke tmta jBslk-e. la tb Cowrl
t. al Waimea, at S s. ... at wbsrb Brwa
a.na concerned saj appear Bad aw.
hare, why sal.l peclwin sbuai.1 Bet be
this order be pablblbed In tbe j
Hllo. deceased, I
Un reading sn
Xorth Kuhata. II
Hawall. on Ihe :
that letter, of ad
II bj ordered t
VKMr.KII, A. I
hearing said pelt
I ... i of this f ol
and i lai r ail p,
cause, if any the'
granted, and that
ami Hawaiian lai
Uaaetle and Kuokui
Dated hlohala. H.
iges for Ihr,- .liiTvatT. W.rts lu the
Justice of Ihe Circuit foorf. Thi
A FART OBt ALLaf IB-e (OWI
b ed the luo
August .'-ih. ISTA
enl of Milch i uws in
ApIr to J. ii. WtMU.
TIIK HtllNK I till I ill I I I'll ll
by V r. M. M. farter, situate,! al Use corner af rale.
Walk and luu.-htxwl -I
MA It-itl Al.'M DFTHB
THE W.tTEIl It I 1 s I RON JI LT 1.1.
Is7. pay able hi adJvaiiret u Januarv, 137, WSBSJ
due, all persona havn c Water Itatsa oiipsMVd are r;u. ,. t
tu t all at my nAVe ami settle preT.nsss ta law asHs, mt
.HgeptemUer. All water rats-. unpM for asfser Thai tan
srv llatile to be rat off wlUiuut any further nota e.
lUlm Hupetmtettdeat Water Wetftta.
Y AX i;i-i:ru:4 hi i.uiwck.
ITUATluN on a plantatson. ryood eefSr.ne..
Iven. I'leoae a.l'lresa KSuixsKB," thas
4 11. I'KIIMIH mr III HI III
a fnim harts.rtog or iruallug my wife. HS.Kl li t
lll.KA.-oN, aa I will pay no lhui of bar eoniraetBaa.
Sll-4t" JOBS "' Tl ".
H. HACKFELD i CO.
F O H S A. L E !
TBS rO&LO WINS
PER HAWAIIAN BARK R. C. WYLIE !
Oat Hundred and Thirty-oae Day
i:w sttiaa ur PHiAn-ri Bki:T
Red. I lain, while ground, chocolate, gray aad I
Jaconets, Br.wii fottoua. 1 qualldei: Whit Ivttuas,
Rnrrocks' Long Chlh, A. B A R : Broin Drat.
Hickory Stripes. sltrlppd Tl king. Brown
Unen Padding. Blue Striped Denlma.
Bine, White and Pkacy PlaaaeL aVaapitw
Scotch Waur-proof Is 1, 1 color..
Black Merino and fohourg,
Unen, aasurted numbers. 12 yard pssgea, AV
Victoria Lawns. 1
A SUPERIOR IXJI" OP TAILORS' 000D3
Doeskin, Buckskin. Dlagjnai, Keppa, Casbniir.. MataabaB,
White Cambric, Whit Turkey Red Cotton, KUk.
White Cottoo aad Turk BUl, Unen Tarklak.
Linen A Cotton, Brooks' Patent, Thread, Black Maria;
Men's Whit aod dray Merino, Bnra A Blue Milad
LADIKS' STUCKIMiS ASSORTRO;
Children's Hlocklnga. shirts, aaacy Pa a .el. CBabia.
L'nluo, Kagatla, Dentin. A
1 ridershirt - loltoa. Uenoo aad suk.
tmhrellaa, Italian black. .,'ackdaB,
Black aud Colored aUa alhhuua -kntout caj.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OE CLOTH
ING AND SUAWLS.
Orth, Backakln. rlann.l. Cuttoa, Ac.
p. I-. Honker Jaclo-IA ll-.vy
Cotton and ilorw Blaokeu. liullta. Ac.
Burtana, Wool Pack, canTa. Ounay bwga.
Calfskins, At, Cork.. Perfumery. Ac.. Lat la Kg
Can de Cokajne. PhUocooi-, Hair oil aod MiriaMi
raaey tsoatat, WladSor. Ac
Tooth combs. looia Bru.hes. Hair tiiBlil,
L,a.ktng (Uaaaea and Mirrors, imitation Jewelry.
Le.gera Journal., Ac., ilaykig Cards,
Harmonicas, I K Balis. Featnej lAtsUrt,
Pocket an.l Btttchrr Kulre.!.
Tinned spurs, Untema, CC Iruaa,
OalTaalsed Cn nutated Fibssrt Iron, I ehtsa;
(lalranixed Pipe, aU alaea, (aairaalaed Buckets. Wall as.
Tuba, TlntllitBMIH l i, Beat I narcoal.
T.n Plate. Banca Tin. Rbaat Laad aad Ziac.
Bright and ouV.1 fence wire. Xoa. I, I age-.
Hoop Iroa, I iraea : Rlreta. Manu Vettow.
tletaland M,i;s, Bar lion. Dsn P.ew.fer. isaot. aw?.
Blacaaultha' Coal, Prl-taag aad Wrapaiiag rsaja,.
Cordage aud i'lcalng. Toys, 1 uadaVra.
Ilask-ta. Palnlaand nils. Vienna Inrnltare,
Wall Paper, Crockery, fanatic soda. Tar aad Pawb,
Ancui,rs anil I. na.ns. uu :
Aercaaae Barr.ia, birch 1
Cement, fire clay, fire Brtcta. I
Crashed Hogar, Wash Bute, hardraes, Salt,
Jiosiaru, inn, ate, gtc
Stearin Candle, aad swA-ty Matcaea,
Lhjnora. At, Boo tell eon's Braody-1, IUI
ain in tsawkeu aad graaa rawest
!BTBn lit. I
It. Paul'. Ale. oc
Jeffrey's Ale. nsarts aad stats : Hbsib aw.
Oll l"." and Uaeans Cigars, at low peaase. I. Bail
menti, m lot, lo att. At , At, At
OrxUnfnm A Ofier hU,.U I rupdj