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Walt, ud Sew Hf The moon full at one o'clock to-dtT.
iy Tbtooiiirtrr, 86" at laiirtM yesterday.
nit
U, Hstraisar (Sasetl
1X311 LONHOX.
ty Steamer Australia, doe from SyincT on
luesJx next.
A bark, ten tnile off the port, supposed to
be the Helen W. Altnv.
flaa-xiix Cxlrdoxian Cub. Pursuant to cir
cnUr an enthusiastic meeting of Scotsmen and teen
tlemen of Scottish descent wa held on Salurdsy
evening last, the SSiti nit., when a ' Hswsiisn Cale
donian Club" was organized, and the following
officers Were unanimously elected prolem :
Oiler D. K. Fyfe. Esq-
Kir! Ch'iinaiD ' . ". !!. A. S. Cleihora.
.tM lVi.rt.in nan Tr.-.tirer Opt. Han
TtiirJ ChiefUm .rol txvretaiy
Chaplain....
Hlondin'e Ratinrr mi Thursday, 4 r.
he children see hew he cooks his m-ral.
Let
To dav is All-Saint's ly. and a high mass
wlU be performed at ttie Roman Catholic Cathedral.
1ST Hark Helen W. Almy left Humboldt OcL 1.
and the Jane A. Falkiuburg left Oregon on the ?Ui,
both overdue
M.iidsrd Re. ret
Serant-at-Arm
rw-j.on aaagaaan
J R nil am
Rent-m. Sn.
J. V M.-..iiaiJ
Her. Alex. MacSint.b
!: ! GnoL
l...l ........ ." Alex. M.-Paff
at -Arm. ts. li. R-4rtoe.
iiwi Henry Mac arlsne. H. E. Slclnlyre.
K he : ir-o. K. :: M . an.l .'..Hi.-
y Steamer Kllaora leaves to-morrow afternoon
far Kauai, returniiia: Saturday morning. A fine
chainc for a dav's excursion at aea.
laanwet i ! i Ban jiCseravaJJAV
Cje- Bark Colombo arrived yesterday 43 day
from Victoria, en route for Hongkong, for a aupply
ot water. At this rale, how long will it take to
reach tier destination?
Nix Bi ii.dino The familiar form of the old
"Waahnictoii Market," nilh its artistic faint Inr ol
a bull's .nid. has at laat disappearrd, having been
torn down last week, and i. now Srtng replared
with a two-story edifice to he occapied by Chinese
aa a store.
1 lao. in Monday evening last fin- occurred in
tac upper part : aiakiki valley, winch, naing to
the dry ctale of the grass, hurut over a large
! tract including a quantity ot forest land, beiore
u exhausted ItecH Aud this U the way our forests
e-
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DtLayan Sark D C Murray did not leave on
Saturday a expected, on account of a leak which
started alter sue was beat ly loaded. The leak was
stopped by Saturday alleruoou in the usual prompt
aud tfficirail style ol Messrs. Fosters aud Co. and
xbe uvrk left on Monday morning, taking oue of
the large! cerjroee she has ever carried.
truvrTaX
Ploi.Uk Mill The schooner Nettie Merrill
arrived ou Monday trom Laualua, Willi the second
car. ,.i nca erop ul rehlicry sugar from this mill,
6u tons, wbkrh were transferred to the Bonauxa."
and are now en route fur San Frsucrsco. It is ol a
rich golden color, and seems altogether too good to
be melted down with the ditty stuff known as Ma
nila refinery augar.
lIIKtlll
1 1 WH Jt 1. lfCt
aw aaajsnwd m xtea. swt rvsiastsav. j
MxMlwIlk. ptrt Car rt t'pmrrt
Fim' H M im ii 4 of :
iV wr nrtkiftt TV fktrt tHr.lt. tf
1W I aaifitst tmt rr.a 4 attar crmA I
Tbc CntTOiMAlv Tbt iulervt in this great ex
hibition dail iocnmaca. Om lltv int-l dy of St-pttrm-bcr,
Ibt mt i)i atuouutrd to (11.741. and tfej
riv.w lnqat-iuly r xcveA $100.00i) Tbt; told rc
ct -t't lnm naoitt-Moitf to ScptcinlK-r 30. ainoniited
totwu tuitliou two UDndrud tli uud doilart.. Tbc
tola! rrrriptta art num- Ilkolr lofoot ut fourmiUioiif
ot do.Ura. rveo i: it clours November 10, the day
origiaAiir rt (or cl.w.ng it.
The tide Tikmsg. A GUogow contractor
rcc t.tly proenrrd tlirvc liunJrct: fctone miton in
Vtm Tork. nd wit. thorn to ScutUnd, ibt-ir
HHa over. Tbt pr.-ciirtuu :.; ol ih Urp' ucm
ber of rtuun in America to co lu collaud aud
. :k l: ;t kl..v i;;u?'ru ;Li mcrcaMai: iu. -ItilitT
ot labor. Tbc tcndct.cy teems to be f r labor
to acrk il level. like walrr. and for waj:c lo come
Vo au cqaalttr in UitTcrcnl cuuutncts.
llari Cofpcc Mr T. A. ludoit Uaf Font us a
ample of cuffcx- produced on the Honokobao Ciflee ,
.auUtiTi, VVet Main, of bicb be i no proprie
tor. It pufuww-e a fine flavor and will cv-rapan-
J favorably wi:b tbe beit Koua. Mr. Dudoit etutes !
tuat the troe ar in gvad condition and bhow no
- : We uu: ;o mt uuoui HW ol mk Ii
plauUliout- all over the hiu lauds of The country, j
TaUla. about there being no room for enterprise !
.Haw w ba-f takhar
rjbt Umm ran, twv mm f4& .
r aaaaaav. tk m tew
tJat aa taw fail araa T
aan lav
S. Magmn'p new (-tore, on Nuuanu StrccT, is
comi'leted and filled with new coods. protiug a
mt attractive appearance. Ita pialc-lass win
dows are made of the largest glass in the city,
which is of remarkable transparency. Mr. M. is
now ready to take advantage of tbe Treaty, and
Urate who visit hisatore will find the latest fashions
and the prtltics-t patterns obtainable ibis side ot
Kerney street.
Tbe objects of t lis Clu are the encouragement of
social and fricndlv lutcrcournc amontjst Its mem
bers, an.1 the inauguration and promotion of games,
entertainments, arnmv incut and public pastimes
common to Cteleduulan Clubs in tbe 1'nlted States
and Canada. The Secretary J. at MrDtutald, is
antborired to furnish appUcants with ail intorma
ti n reoirdinf rule, and to receive applica
tions from suitable ccntlemrn who wish to become
tnnmbrrs. Respectability, as well as Scottish birth
or duacent Is necessary for membership, and all ap
plications must be approved by a vote of tbc club.
l-jr- Severi. notable dcath were reported by
the lM mail, among them Bishop Janes of th
Methodist Episcopal Church, and Protestor S:icll
of Amherst College. The latter had been connected
with tbe aDove institution from tbe date of its
c mracncement, fift-fire years ago, first as a stu
dent and subsequently as tutor and proieasor. The
death ofUcv. Dr. Geo. B. Bacon is also chronicled.
He veiled these inlands some two yer since for
bis health, aud will be rememlrered by many of
our readers. The Advance says of biro :
Our readers will share the pain which we feel
in announcing, the death on tbe 15th instant, at
Orange Valley, N". J., of Rev. George Bhigden
Bjcoii, t).D , lor tittcrn year past the aastor of the
CoogTeirational Church in that place. He wm the
son ol Kcv LtMiard Bacon, D. li., of New Haven,
Ct., aud inhciiled much ol tbe paternal mental
power. Hio intellectual force. Ins literary culture.
Ma wide knowledge ol the world obtained by dis
tant travel, hie genial personal character, and hi
spiritual piety endeared him not only to his church
but to a wide circle o friends. His health had long
been precarious, and be gradually -auk undrr the
steady iur.tadsot couauuiptiou. His honored taTber
and tno of his brothers ere with him at the last.1'
Tbe CcaiTS Cosresr. The e.en years of insurr c
tioa in Cuba are beginning to telt serioaly upon tbe
in Ju.tritl resouree? of the ."land, as welt as upon the
Spanish Exchequer. The cane and other products
begin to fall etf. t&rutrgh tae destruction of property
and the interruption of agricultural pursuits by the
insurgent, who. in spite of the large army that has
been vent out :r m the mother country, appear to be
as far from being subdued as at the outset. Loan
upon loan has been raised by the MalriJ authorities,
upon ruinous terms, n carry on tbe war. a fresh one
for &3,OuG.0OO baring just been neg tiated up n the
security of tbe Customs receipt in Cnba, and despite
her exhausted financial condition it is announced that
a fresh Jery of 24. Ni men, with Krupp guns, are t;
he sent oat for the ensuing winter campaign. This
give the impression that the war is to go ou indefi
nitely, as the insurgents are not likely to gire up tbe
contest because their enemies are to be reinforced, .r
after the rem force went- shall hare r-aehed the fa
land. The only probable result of the action of Spain
will be to augment the .'luaghler, of which Cuba ha
been the scene for seven vears. durinr wtiieh time al
most all tbe circumstances of the world have under
gone a marked change. Her pertinacity in conten
tion is nothing new. What she ts doing in Cuba rhe
has done elsewhere repeaieJlr. in the long course of
her bloody history : and we set it d wn as aM of the
very few certainties that go to tbe composition of this
uncertain world, that she will cling to Cuba so long
as shecan command a regiment of soldiers, or squeete
a dUar out of her subjects pockets. If the Cuban
war, therefore, is M be brought to an early close, it
will be because of foreign intervention against its
continuance, the neearrenee of which does not stem
probable, although the losses of trade and commerce
which tbe leading nations hare sustained by the in
surrection would seem to be strong provocation for
interference. It may be that the power of the insur
gents to eontinue the contest is overrated, but a; their
resistance to the Spanish authorities has been main
tained against tremendous odds in the past, we have
bo right to anticipate for them an early failure in the
lulu re. JT. ). Paptr
Inc lliimlrril nitlionsi l.ockcd I p.
The great lock-up ol coin must by this time
have reached the coormoaa snm ol nine hundred
millions of dollars. The coin and bullion of tbe
Bank of Eoglaud at last dates amounted to $174,
SiVOtXl, sum, according to the London Economist
quite unprecedented. The reserve at the same date
was In ronod number 110,000.000. The rate of
Increase may be inferred from the fact that the
total on the 1st of July was only 165,1S0.6W also
an accumulation beyond nearly all previous ex
perience. We have no data as to the increase M
coin in the other countries of Europe. As they art
subject to the same law or increase, their hoards
must also be swelling. On the 1st of Juty then
mas iu specie in the Bank ot France, $tlT.ro4,U ;
in the Imperial Bank of Germany. Ui3,S000,
and in the National Bmk of Belgium, f-CSSO.OOO.
The sum total of all the banks on the Ut ot July
last uaaa9akMra,M. At the rate of increase ex
hibited by the Bank of E.igUnd, there must be
now on band in these five groat monetary institu
tions, not much less than nine hundred millious ot
specie, of which nine-tenths are probably gold.
This tremendous pile i likely bo be still further in
creased by the Servian war. By tbc issuance of
paper In that province, and also in Turkey, what
ever specie they had iu circulation will be driven
out aa it was with us What is going to happen
when these millions are returned to circulation is a
problem that few economists at this date can
satisfactorily solve. All that is know n is that the
lock -up of so ranch gold has increased itt purchas
log power so much as to create n utiiver&at slag
nation. Times have been as dull in London as in
New York duller in fact if the operationt of lis
Clearing-house can be accepted as the guage of Its
commercial transactions.'. 5. BulUti. Oct. 10.
Public Notice.
OW1XJ TO THE RISK IN THE PRICK OF
mo.! r His
Retail Price of Mutton
In Ihr following Marksta will be aa follow, from this data
Farallir. lO rMlln per pound.
Hotels, Restaurants, Ships, fto.,8 cts.pr lb.
Bwf as S.irnisrlT.
O. WAU.ER. Famflr ani Metmpollian Marksta.
1 4t O. O. WaWWMaW "onimrrrtal MarksL
RECIPROCITY PRICES!
HUarltt Tat! RATES OF YEARLY
,M llH'HimoS TV) THK
CALIFORNIA. WEEKLIES !
WILL HK AS FOLLOWS.
When Paid Strictly in Advance :
ALT A M "0
CllsSONti-LK 4 H
nri.LKns 3 o
sti'KMKxroi'Niox. til taal)! o
Wlion not I?re-pi.icl
One PolUr additional will be c tiara; m1 for fiach neriortleaJ.
aiuf It. M. WHtrSKY.
II
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED.
K Ni:'I-HANI MNtiI.E II m:i sn.
Ill pood coauitiuu. App.v by u tu-r u this e-Oicv.
I6-1I
For Immigrants.
:, sru;M)in Um fob im.wits:
i :ir-c rrops ysarlr. Apply to Mr. IVccnlnl Xuu
ann Valli'y Wood Plantation. 6lft-im
FOR LEASE.
rent Tiir. i i ;;m mr nvi. n:iw or
aaata HtratMiaa in Uie Moluiwtiui Laoi. IslatiiJ of
KauaL
Our aliare in land, formerly bclnncina to H. A. VHaV
mum, aud two aharra In the lattd. formerly beluncinK to
lr. J. W, imiih of Koloa KauaL on Uua land there are
two wooden bullduics. dn ellinf . aud cooking hottsea. and
a larttt' t-nciivurf, fenced with frocl frixv It meood land
for any purpose, vith prlileae L- gvt out flrew.d, tc,
ate. rVrsotis wistiinc t ifaar theaboe l.nd, can ob;nn
It with or without ten or eleven p-itrof workinr ttxen. and
alstt olht-r itiitie. aa cows. M--i. t-tc, also two ox cart.,
c bains, yoke. tc..-t-
POT fur:ht r fiarticulars apply to John Mitchell of Itoloaa
Kuiui tsr to Wailuku, MauL October 12th,
t-lti-Im A. flilTH.
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OIL BLACKING.
M a N I FACTI B Kl
G. S. PINKAHM & CO..
RtLOL HAWAII.
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B0LLES & Co., Agents, !3
It qr
110
I
aW
For Sale,
3ah tiit nrsiRtRi.t: PUECB PUtlfD
ijiJS! tyta laatafaaai the properties of Haaan M.-ruily.
"iT U'hitnt'y. Mrs- Cluimberlain and runahou, and
hvinjr a fmntare of nearly half a tulle on the Metcalf
ItAMkd to Mama Valley. Then -re -7 acres U the piece.
14 arrea of it fine level land. aillLlble for suburban resi
dence, and Ute balance, 13 acres. In aftmble f-.r treea
and panto rac- There Is a -mall dwelling house and a
well of inter on the afjMt. This o:Ters a fine opportunltj
to purr tia.e a homL-steL luqutrv of
tmtf J. POUTER GUKKN.
RECIPE0CITY CASH STORE
XO. 73 FORT HTBEET
A
T THE ABOVE PEACE Will BE iOTJITD
.V I ' I V I : A8BOUTMK.T
I'm: imu.i:-h;m:i BaVVm kejioveo
bis plac, uf businevs to bis
NEWa'BRiCK STORE. NUUANU STREET,
"-ar tbs curnsr of Km, brfrs to notify Iht public
that bs kpi on hand
-A. Large f!tool:
f"- !
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laaav T-na
.. tna KAatm.
".. k. ' M MM
k ' K .j'. W a.rr."..
WrteM bmw litaaiHtjiaa
tta Ur Ml Kaa
a-.. ? W. !..U
Maw, 1 1 ar.hai
aWk. wwaa fsUaaa mm Wmmm
mm. mm. aaa Kawtrl.nv
. a.., fw Tlaaaala.
- aii o.
aa. Caaaa, far Hi
aw a i I, - Um H...-
. a aaaj lw K
Dwaaat- lar atalaa aaw Waiassa.
A oem ine Uisn Bi ll At a aeasHm of one of
Xi.. C.it; ;j'..-.v li,;j iu N,-n Yolk. tiit-Jader ark, .!
:. i-.sb , ' if.-tuati tami-i! O'C m.r.:. " Wki did
j-ou las: s roor tincr?" The last time I saw bi-r
far lord, was about ebztit months a;o. when abr
called at my bunsc, and 1 was ouL" Here tbc
Conrt broke into a roar of laujrbler. Tbe J aSffa :
" TtH.'ii you did oot see ber on that occasion V Tbe
Irishman answered, " "o, my lord, I wasn't there,"
at which eTenrbodT roared attain.
Tbc s'tctT-seveath annual meetinaT of the
American B.iard of Forci.-u Mis?ii:is aas held nt
Hartford, Conn., commencing on the 3rd of Octo
ber. Mark Hopkins presided. Tbe annual report
allude to a lack ot lbeoKcical students ready for
tlw ntaslonary service. The reeeipta for the year
were : Ordinary donations, $346,000 ; to extinguish
debts. fMo.OOP ; centennial offerings, $7,000 ; total,
$3V&.6J0. The eulirc iucotoe was $455,000 : ex
pmm . aatiMk Last year's debt was $44,000 ;
preaect deficit, $31,000.
The r-:it W:ii-r PfJecaV
Accoidingto "Engineering," the largest contract
for water pipe eeer knowu has recently lieeu made
for a water project in Rio de Janeiro. The parlies
taking tbe contract reside in Glasgow. No single
house was able to execute the contract, which
covered 90.000 tons of iron, to be delivered at the
round Sam of 1,700,009. Three large firms com
bined, and agreed lo execute the contract within
two and a half years, making the first delivery in
ab.iot two months from tire date of the contract.
The pipe, la be delivered are maius, to be laid in
two lines from the creat reservoir 10 the city.
These pipes are mostly S'- inches in diameter.
The Brazilian government furnished the means, and
a British subject, ot Italian origin, is tbe contractor
Signor Gabriele. He constructed the Vienna
water works, and tbe new docks at Malt aud at
Chatham.
The Glasgow pipe founders are delighted with
tbe immense contract, which has come to fhem In
hard times. All metals are at low prices just now,
and there never was a time, perha, when iron,
"fauter, and cas pipe could be bouzbt at lower tig
ures than now. A contract for 90,t)00 tons of water
pipe is probably the largest ever given out in
modern limes.
. - I l.a lOK I
. LxcTrax. PrcsidcLt Pratt's lecture on Friday
evening was well attended, and was iuteresl'u.g
Tbe extract from Victor Hugo about tbe man siok
iti iuto tbe quicksands, although a piece of pure
fiction, was read with dramatic effect, and well
Uloatialed tbe insidious manner in which many a
poor victim of alcohol Is involved in its relentless
embrace. It would appear that coffee shops are
classed among the most powerful auxiliaries of tbc
teaperaace cause. If this be true, fbe friends ot
the cause In ihb town onht to pitrooii.1 the " Old
Corner" more extensively than tbey do.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
Matinee! Matinee!
Charles Derby... --Proprietor and Manager.
wraaaaw.
. r (UM on Stk-" P-i-
f. atam IV-wa. Mr J 1 IX wet ami
am w- aasa t W wav anwna aTl
n IteraW r arwaek. .kaa
.wtawata)
rlaurc lawm. Oct xh Mr.
I t. SIii law! i a T 1 ' - Ma.
iilPwKi.
DisTaKiCES ok Voiraso Roao We have been
furnished with lhe following measurements of the ;
road between Uilo and the Crater of Kilauea,
which has recently been chained by Mr. John Lid
gate, and whoae figures may be relied ou as correct, j
Tut whole distance to '.be crater has heretofore
been called 29 miles, aud many a weary traveler '
has pronounced it the longest 39 miles be ever tra
veled over. From Hilo to edge of Woods, 4,
miles: through tbe woods. t)f; through tbe Ki
Swamp. ; Uawelu, hall-way house, 14 ; Kanr
koa. upper hwlf-way house, 16 ; Upper Woods. 24 ;
Volcano House, SOV miles.
Pr. mm, mn llx-r Trraa.
Mswi abssaaaaalwwaM. J. V, preatsan.
Ubi aa. nssaaa. EatLfstja U sfats oaae aty
v toi tx-irsc
ii ii laaaas
,mmm a. ac a. tar.Ser
Dirrwce. Mottoa to make
tke tax April Tens, abao-
affiiutl tbe Court granted
(Mam. E. Preston for
lltlain- lorc the Coon
Mr .'catce HarTas prewtdinf;.
a iiaatal. aVcaaavd, (Tame). Petition of
aar s trta ul wf his accounts aa admio
Stfaar wwwac few wbuatisaii tn: accounts
and JtK msOm at larawlf was 1
aaliw betaat sail in in' to draw ber '
Goort, the balauee to
and Delia & Bishop.
sort at tke csreanara for the act lie-
(at tavr above estate. The
ad tarn I a accosmia, aud ap
etaanwE. nWhop gaardiau of Use
-o- rauaTc. f Mr. Uiileasrand :
e suaa mi fMUuV and aa twi lawnii J
Bal :, .. 1.x.:. :x an acr.-M ol
Cwawt a the aVrat Turvday of
: Mr Jaaariec JaaM.
jsMSTsM. werrsscd- rVtitlon of
Tbe Conrt. alter bearing
Ken sed to Work. -A large pioportion of tbe
llorers on the Waibee flantalion last week re
ft. -cd to go to work ou account of an alleged
change of ownership in the plantation. We are
informed that the strikeis, numbering some 190
uien, were tried before the District Justice and sen
tenced lo be sent to the Lahaiua jail aud confined
at bard labor until such time as tbey should relent,
and promise to behave tbcmsclres; but there being
no police force on tbe Island of Maui, if indeed on
the whole group, sufficient to arrest and imprison
them, tbey arc Mill wandering about at their own
free sweet will. There is no doubt iu this case but
that the laborers are in the wrong, as the late sole
owner of tbe plantation, with whom they con
tracted, still retains an interest in the estate. We 1
privuuie Ibev will ere long become couvinced ot j
this and return to duly.
n.
watt tarttw s daaowasm.
. fc as
a ii I at fVb.asai ad U
wanw swrnananaw aw nrm.
baalMIsi i ad. aatatab
asaaaatl
warefblatw
kaanlna naaH
""awry aaw. mmt in naart wwtv.
i mi law. tbc Conrt further
i avt Lrialoba Eeiiikaapani w
.Mfaballiafsi
Ms. Sotaoe to creditors lo
r works i o tbe Ecoatoa, and u
Thx Ar?Tnaut BLoanis. Tbe performances on
Saturday and Monday evenings, at the canvas coli- i
senm. on tbe Esplanade, by Mr. L'Estraoge were a .
complete success. There were large audiences :
present, but tbe enclosure was oot a tenth part
filled. Tbe royal band was in attendance discours- j
ing sweet music, and the nearly full moon shone j
down with such brilliancy as to almos: render un-
neeesaary tbe aid ot tbe calcium iighL A large j
cable was stretched from the summits of a couple
of large spars which were placed nearly a hundred
feet apart, and about twenty-five feet in height. On
this rope tbe performer, balancing pole iu band,
walked aad executed a number of hazardous tricks,
auch as silling on a chair while balanced on two
legs, carrying a man over on bis back, crosslnaT
blindfolded, riding the velocipede, etc He is evi
dently a master ol his profession. He will give a
matinee to-morrow afternoon for the benefit of
ladies and children, at which we shall hope to ace
all tbe schools of the city, for they could not be
furnished with a greater treat. We shall expect
now to ace all the small boys of Honolulu, like a
warm of spiders, engaged in Walking on the tight
rope.
At the Colosseum, on the Esplanade,
liy special request.
A performance will tie given oo
THURSDAY AFTERNOON.
November tod.
At Reduced Prices,
Fir theaccvaimodaUon of
LADIES A JVM CHILD REM,
Od which oacatioa the world-renowned artist
H. L'JESTRANGE ! !
will appear In bis marreiloos and interesting
Feats on the Tight-Rope,
Introdocin: for the firt time the new act ei. titled
"THE BANQUET IN MID-AIR!! !"
Doors open at ;J0 : performance to commence at 4.
CarrUftv mar be ordered at & o'clock.
Price of Admi-rsion Ticket a. 60 eta ; Children, acta.
Gentlemen intending to Build
OR MAKE AnniTIOX. ALTKR4TION.
or repairs, will find H to their Interest to coaanti
with the undersigned, who will supply design, combining
Convenience aad Karonomy. with suitable Architectural
lnlsellisliment, and giuuranteed estimates of Coat.
K. OAKLET. International H :
i-klUed workmen In all de partments sent to any part of
the lsiands. 6i-Jui
Notice of Foreclosure of Mortgage.
X OTH F IS IIF.RFBV (.ITTA THAT Pm
SCANT to the power of mle contained in a certain
deed of mortctaT" tLatXd Uit- t entr sacund dav of Jnne
made between U'illbun C. Itrown and Louisa Kail:
bis wife of the first part and William i Brash of the
second part recorded iu Liber 42. on paces 2T? and 379
to secure the payment 0 the sum of Three bond red and
twenty -8i dollars. In one year from the date thereof, with
Interest at one per cent a month. Tbe aaM William O.
Braah. intends to foreclose such mortgage and after the
expiratioo of lb? time limited be law, to cause the mort
Itaged property to be sold by pa bike soctlon in Honolulu for
breach of the condition contained In the said dared. Soch
property being described aa folio wa.
AH that land in Kukaiiaka. in Honolulu. Oaha. being
Kaieana hdu U4L Royal Patent Xo. 146.
K hoonaaka ma ke kihi akan. mauka o keia. Dili ana me
ko HaahankoL a me Co Ohlaoka, a e bolo ana, Henia S9
HLkina IM kanla. ma koOhiaokn. a hikl I ke ai-nui ; alalia
Hema , Ko 4.00 kanla, mako ki alanui. hiki 1 ka pa
pouakn. ma Knaona, alaiia Akan 4: 3tyt Ko 4A-W kaula
makoHalai. alaila Hema It Ko 26-100 kanla klbl. alalia
Akan av, Ko W stW kaa! a. make BaJai a bia.1 I ke
klbl Akan. nakai o keia put ana me ko llalai a me ko
UauhaukoL Akan M- 15' Ul kanla. ma ko liauhau
koi.a hlti kahi I noocnaka at A mak-ko oia apana, 002.
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING,
Also, a Fine Assortment of
Ready Made Ladies1 Wear!
Lie., etc, etc., etc.
The public will do well to aire me a call, as 1 Sell Goods
at r aonabk- prices.
8. JTM-M V
ID. iFFUEK & CO.
Offer for SaLe
IVBW GOODS !
Now being Discharged from the
HAWAIIAN BK. B. C. WYLIE,
Just Arrived loin Bremerhnten
Consisting of a Full Assortment !
ENGLISH, GERMAN I FRENCH GOODS
In Larrc Variety, Such as
TfEW mTTUrJ TAMCT I'KI.MS, IlitM-
Tl'RE PRixrs, Canary Print. Chocolate Prints, tc.
Brown, Blue and White Cottons a Drisls,
Striped benlnis, Regauas, TVkings, Italians,
Merinoes, Meluns, Waterproofs, Linen Driils,
aatolesklns. Lasting. Bunting, Bine.
White and Scarlet Flannels. French Dress lioods,
French Merinoes and Muslin de Litioe, MArseJIea,
Gentlemen's Clothing!
White and Fancy Flannel ShirU, French Felt Hats.
Undershirts. Silk, Woolen and tion : Pea, Jackets,
Bedspreads. Drawers, Woolen Blankets,
Cotton Blaukeu. Horse Blankets, bine and gray ;
A LAUu VARIETY OF Mil.l.s
Class and Plated Ware !
Suitable flpr Birthday, Wedding ss Christmas Presents.
Jewelr Terracotta Ware, Brouae Goods,
Brackets. Air Can ties. Fancy Soaps. Vases,
Mag . 30 hour, and Calendar Clocks,
S Fine Freuch GUt Clocks, Atomisera,
Boys Tool Chfsl?, Vobacco Botes,
Deceptive Wine O lasses, Bags.
Pcrtfollos, Music Bolls, Valises,
Scopes, PtetvsPOpIc Views,
GUt, Card aud Cabinet Frames,
jland and Combination Mirrors,
One. Two Three Shelf, Book Shelves, Ktc.
THE ABOVE GOODS AJTjT MAUKED OS A
CASH BASIS
tare TKKVsajBE htbictlt sash
SH.lm A. I. sMrru.
For Sale,
rrM A HS.ICT OK A I.I. of Iti.' OMN,
yESO f,:1 tli Nuuanu Plantation. Th.se cow l'iS
lasnaw ,r'' lataTall of fort'utn bl...o, and guuran-tanaQaw
SBM 35 iuo.t st-ilUe herd of Milch towi in the KilitiUoiu.
APi ly to J. II. WOOD.
Autru.t :sth. i:6. su;.tf.
NOTICE.
Iiir.ni:iY uiwas .turns: thai i niu,
par no uVbta contracted In my name without my
I written order. F. M. OKEKK.
Honolulu. October 23rd. 1ST. SIS 31
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A GENERAL ASSOETM'T OF
Ship Chandlery and Sr 1 Stores !
For Sale by
bo ,.i i:s a to.
PER bark R. C. Wylie from Bremen
li IRON STOCK ANCHORS, aiie. from SO up to :3W Iba
SMALf. CHAIN, in quantities to salt, sates Inch to
9-16 of an inch.
CHAIN CABLES, 5-8. 1-t. T-8, 1, I 1-4, 1 JJ. and 1 5-9
inch. i'or sale low by
an B0I.I.E3 A CO.
Stockholm Tar and Coal Tar
9 BAIUli:i AXO CAMiS.
L For Sale by (15) BOLI.ES A CO.
; Wilmington Tar and Wilmington Pitch
1i:il .Mill' SYBKX.
For aale by (I2) BOLLKS m CO.
I'arisian SSliriAvlsi !
Cnrrliure Covers, rmbrethu and ranuols,
Arnacial Flowera. silk Klbnona. Rartets, Aprons,
Child's flood, and Bonnet., Baby's Ribs,
Child's Piquet rire.se. Ladies' face Bonnets.
Brushes, FriUlns Shirts. Collars and Cuffs, Bells,
Ladles' Combs. Churnons. Buttons. Hosiery, Neckties.
Ladles' Newest Myle Paris Flats, trimmed : Slip.,
Scarfs, Handkerchiefs. French Suspenders,
A Fine Assortment of Jewelry, Bracelets, Kings,
Watch chains. Sleeve Buttons, Necklaces, Brooches.
HAIR OILS AND POMATUMS,
Finest Extracts and Toilet Articles from Paris,
Labia's Kz tract, Rimmels Philocome.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS p
kHlns, Guitar.. Flutes, Xeladeona. Hand Organs,
Accord eon, one Tyrol ian Ooltar, Violin Strinai,
Chlldreu's iDstrtimenta. Dot's and Other Tbra, cntlery
Pictures and Plctare Frsm.-s. Needles, Spool Cotton,
Linen Thread. Saddle Girth", Spars, Stirrup Leathers,
Slates and Slate Pencils, Iokina; Outasn, Parses,
Wrsppin Paper. Colored ana White Printint; Paper.
Frather Dusters, Candles. Shot, Corks, Fresh Blarkins;.
Uandsume Flower Stands,
PEE CITY OF SYDNEY.
ROM H VN1I. 1 ntRErr. VIA SA.V I It VN-
CldttJ. another inruice ot thise
SUPERIOR CICARS!
Put up In boxes of 200 e ich.
l or Sale by B0LLE3 dt CO.
F
California Potatoes & Onions
It
M'tlVKIl PER CITY OF E YOHK.
For Sale by BOLLKS & cu.
FRESH SALMON !
1 I AMI 2 LB. CASS. FRESH PACKED,
of Catch 1-76. Also, UULCMBLA KIVEB. SALMON
in Barrels, 18TS.
For Sale by BOLI.ES A CO.
bated tills third day of October. 1-rf.
EDWARD PRESTON.
11. at Attorney for the said William G Brash.
Notice.
rHAS PI.EASFD KIM MAJESTY THE
KIN1, to order that from and after this dac. no per
sona shall contract r.y debts oo His behalf except upon
the order of the underslrned. JNO. O. UOMIS1S.
His Jfajesty'a Private aecrvtary.
Boaolula. Oct 7, liTt. ilMt
Fine Havana and German Cigars !
Genuine Briar and Xeerschaarn Pipes,
Business B o o k .
Copy Books. Pocket Books, Pencils. Meat Safe,
Cuisines a la Minute. Bafs and Bagging,
GROCERIES!
French Sardines. Petits Pols, Mushrooms, Prunes,
Pate. Tunny. In oil ; Olives, French Table Frvits, In
Syrup,
Capers, French Mustard. Vinegar,
Preserved German Vegetables and Fruits, In Una ;
Candles, Camphor. Iu Glass ;
WINE ANJ LIQORS
Martel at Co's. Our J Dopois at Co. a and
Henneasy's Brandies, In cases;
Port Wine and Sherry, Hock Wines,
Beat Schiedam Gin. In Stone Jars,
French White Wines and Clarets,
MINET JEUNE'S CHAMPAIOX
Carte Blanche, Carte do'r & Carte noir
DT QUARTS AND PINTS.
11.1m ED. HOFFMCHLAEGEB CO.
Fruits Prepared by the Alden Process
EARN. OF DIFFKRR.VT VARIETIES t
Plums, ate., ate t or sale by
BOLLES A CO.
SMALL CHAIN3!
SIZES FBOM I I To 1-2 ISCH. IX Ql AX-TITIE.-S
to suit. Becelved per " Cleta."
For Sale by
BOLI.ES A CO.
1876
COLUMBIA RIVEB SALMON AND
SALMON BELLIES!
w B.IRREIA ASO HAI.r BIRBELS. BE
CEIVfcD per FalklnMirg, li aars from t-oniana
ALSO
CASES OREGOX PILOT BREAD, Small
Cakes.
1
For 5ale by
BOLLKS A 00.
1878.
Columbia River Salmon.
RECEIVED THIS DAT PER -Falklnberaj'
II days from Portland,
Barrels SALMON BELLIES,
Half barrel, ditto ditto.
Half barrels Xo. 1 SALafow.
For sals by
July, 1ITA ((Of) BOI.I.ES at fEsaj
B
Oat Hay.
EST CAEIFORBTIA OAT HAY For Sale by
saa m)i.i.tjs a lj
BRICKS I
Hi
BRICKS
50,000
40 Water Casks. 70 to IMfaHona,
Wood Tanks. SOO sallooa each,
IOO Gasoline BajreJa.
For sale low by
faun a. w. peiece a co.
AUCTION SALES.
Kj B. 1. 4Dana
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On FRIDAY, - - - - Nov. 3rd.
At bnlr-piaat A.M.. nt aaloaroom.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
NAMELY
Fine Prints. Muslins. Linen Drills.
Brown Cottons, White Cotfona, Merino,
Victoria Lawni, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Harrard Shiits, Fancy Flannel Orarshirts.
WOOL SHAWLS,
Turkish Towels for H.i: ..
Blankets, Whils Shirts. AniV.eaf Pnims,
-.-. i Stripas, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Bed Quilts.
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Fait and Straw Hals, Ladies' ll..se.
Men's gsaHa, Bridl.s and Bits,
Etc., Etc., Ele.
rooeries., Arc,
Yeast Towder, Sardines, Wrapping Psper,
Soda Cracker., Clothes Pins, Hums,
Bacon. Candles, Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fins Tea, Oysters,
Salt,
Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
ALJ0
Cl'llfisliod f4la'M,l
Lot Old Water Casks.
AL0
ALE AND PORTER.
E p. ADAMS. Aurt'r.
For Lease,
Thiat wpll-llllril mill Suitable Store
for a reull or whiiesale buslneaaln Odd Fellowa
SIIB. ::!!. Aunlv to
W. C. PARKE, ")
J. o. c. KTKK. VTrusleea.
Or A. 8 CLKUUORS.)
ITnnololil, OcL !l. 1STS. '-tf
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
MM RE V HI. j: TER.MSA COJfVEXI
KNT Family residence.
Sevoral Bullcliiia; XjOtaaj.
For particulars apply to
its 3m
JAM KM 8. LEMON.
For Sale or For Lease.
MA HANDSOME COTTAIiE. PEE AS A XT
ly located, with rarden. Ac., contalnlnc parlor, three
bedrooms, two rloa. ts. dining room, kitchen and
pantry, bathroom . aerratits bouse, carriage house and
stable, mil very convenient, and In perfect order. Apply Ss
Ml tf IIVUO STANOKNWAI.il. M.U.
Wanted to Borrow,
at 4f34d' v r 10 t'..SIT. pf r annntn
MaSHl" WW Tbfl s.vnrity i tam tn.-r of land
on Uif rialna nesr the city. lMurtp.il ohJtct In borrow
Inc is fc Improve Che pljace. Ioqalrvof
eu tf jr. r. i.iiken.
F. T. LENEHAN & CO.
OFFER
FOR SALE
THE I OI.I.OWIXG
NEW GOODS
Now lirtiicliiis,
From the A 1
British Karqne Cnnoma
From Glasgow,
AND OTIIKR LATE ARRIVAL,
Consutiny of the foUoxeinrj Machinery :
ora
SUGAR MILL,
COMPLETE.
Five Stoam Clm-iflorsj,
100 and 500 Oallons.
A FIXE ASfsSORTED INVOKE OF N SI IT II
A- I.1.I.M 1IOI1VS
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
AND RANGES
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Hest Scotch Rar Iron. sssortaM
liesl Scotch heet Iron, sssortel slsff ; V Iron,
PAINTS AND OILS!
Cnosistlnf of
Tins While Leavd, Tina White Zinc Paint,
Tins Ueituiue Red Lead,
Has Black and Blue Paints,
Drum Boiled Unseed OU.
f IRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH I
CLAY.
BEST BLAI H.S.niTII COAL,
BEST ST E A 31 COAL.
Fencing Wire, assorted sixes, annealed and araxUsed,
Galvanised Buckets, assorted atses.
A General Assortment of Supe
rior Stationery
DRY GOODS
Consisting of
Fancy DrliUnc. Fane Prints, White Cottons,
Handkerchiefs, Olnfhsms, Oust times, assorted.
Tweeds, assorted ; Brosdcloths, Coavtlnfa
ALSO, A FILL ASSORTMENT OF
LIQUORS!
OONSISTlaSO OF
Cases HcidseioVi Champagne, pints and quarts'
Daskets Lawrenos's Champagne, pta and qU.
Pas lusts Lawrence 1 Champagne, extra drj,
Caaec Hennesty'i Brsodj,
Cases Martell'i ixz Brandy,
Cues Plnat'a 1862 Brtodj,
Cases Small Genera,
Cases Best Genera,
Cases Best Old Tom Gin.
Cases Best Kinaban's h Irish Whiskey,
Cases Danville's Irish Whiskey,
Best eeotcb .1 bin-key.
Quarter Cafkt Best Hennessy'f Pale Brandy,
Quarter Casks Best Kartell's Brandy,
Quarter Caski Jamaica Rum.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.F.C.
Cases Best Psle Sherry,
Cases Beit Old Pert,
Quarter Casks Pale Sherry,
Quarter Casks Irish Whiskey,
McEwan's India Pale Ale,
Pints and Quarts.
India Pale Ale, pints sod quarts,
Bass A Co' India Pale Ale, pints aad quarts.
Orange Bitters, in eases,
BouYsficau A Co's 1, 2, 3 and 4 diamond Brandy
Cases Superior Vermouth,
Cases Poker's Bitters, Cases Superior Claret,
Ae.,
As.
4 c.
Cause H'EWAX'8 XXX NTOCT, In atoaejnea,
PINTS AUD QUARTS.
Ac, Ac., Ac Ac.
m F. T. LENEHAN CO.
For Rent.
THE HOrSE LATELY OCCCPIED
by a t. 8. M. Carter, sitaated at the corner of Palace
Walk end Punchbowl ftta. Possession given Imme
diately. Apply at the
Mlaa MA KB HAL' 8 OFFICE
AUCTION SALKS.
atr v. t. RiKTOw.
j Sales Room
Nov. 3nd,
id.
!
On Thursday, - - - -
At 10 o'clock A. al.. WIU be
Clothlna:. nrMlea. Ileaal-stalla.
Reins, .aide aaririle.. OU Can,
sit.. I af shelve, ami Drawers.
Bide Ikwrd. MMf Colored I
Map of the World,
Ktc.. etc.. eke
C. S. BARTOW. Aaet'r.
Assignee's Sale
or.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE !
. H a RIO TV
Is wraixTBi ar thk .whikb or
the eaiate of Edward Kv.ralt, a l.aui.pl. ta a.11 Sj
public cti. ii. at bis nwaM,
November 6th, 1876,
a 1. u'clock nooa,
All lb rlfht and aqnlty of rd-mptloti ot Jftsj aid
t..f)iM' In aad to lha a-fral narcoli tf laaxl -itajaUoa
i ..rt ,(rrof. larBaaaMa". wllh aU bntklinaa "J
incuta that -on bmlttf lha fisIUag houf pralaM ot tha aatd
IsankrttpL
Thl. property will b. said eabjM fo a ssawaaara foe K.0O0
(three thoaaand dollar.) ami Inlareat.
aijaas Alt that parcel of land situate In Kaskopoa. fort
.tree! Il.m.ilule. contslolng S4-1W of n acr., b.lg th.
laod comprised In lloyaf Pat.nt Mo. rwrl
AUfl. All th,atwo pieces sf lamt mkafnlaa; il 1HJ
Kia ritual, at Kailua. KoUupeAo. Oallu.aad dtfcnl.nl aa
Rojal P.teot !to. K'i.
A I-tO. All that parcel of lend ronlainlne 112 acre,
alluat.at Eaklo and Kaiiraahaluam Kawp... i tb. Ul.nd f
Haul, and cosaprlert aad Jnll In ftojal rate.l No. .010
A 1JMI. All that parc.1 of land conUioloe; 13 mmm mad
1 roods sitaated ia th. Abapuaa ..f Kumimi. Itiiaa, lalaad
of MiAAaL and deacribed in Royal Patent So. Se-
sT Th. l. ur UiU last mentlonwl will he atld ..pavstelr.
and Ih. murtcaan will Join la th. Con.yaDce a the
purrbaaera.
T.rms raab. Deeds at the expense of the porrbsMr.
Further particulars msy b obuincd by application to
the auctioneer, or to
IDWARH PRKJTON. I - -Or,
J. O. CAKTKR, f aasuraeea.
C. e BARTOW. Auct'r.
Valuable dwelling and Storehouse:
FOIl SALE
AT KAU, HAWAII.
Tejaat i miiiimi.m ii on in fob "At.E
on liberal terms, the riwelllnc house, storehouse, and
out houses lately occupied by N. Oeorge, deceased at Ka
laala, Kau, Hawaii, tosrether with the leaae of the land on
which they are situated, havlnar seven yearn to run from
liecember !nd , IS7J.
The premise, are in good repair and In a very advan
usejrous situation fur business. For pirtl, nlara enulre
wllh undersUned. W. f. JONKtl.
W I'. JUNES.
Eierutors of the Estatu at Ueorge.
Honolulu. October Slh. 187A alWt
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Fob aaaa O BEKETAXIA HTBEET.
mauka side, six lots. 100xl.o. Thr are choice
bulldlns; lota, situated opposite Messrs. Iillllnabam and
Castle's property, and have the water pipes close theroto.
FOB HALE. OX HF.BETAMIA rSTBKET.
Itallide. opposite the residence of W H Rorbanan, y.mn, s
Iota, ItXrxIW. This property Is well fenced, and will be
sold In on. or two blocks, of I lota emch.
rK faai.E.OW lir.lt TT I - I A fSTBEFT, I I-
ka side, two valuable and t-boice buikUna allotuivnts. each
I acres.
FOB MALE. A BILK. attS An t HKKl.M
RANCH, with dwelling bouse and Improvenn-nu. at aia
Hhl. This property must be sold to close partnership
sccounta. and It offers a splandid chance to an Industrious
man having about 1 1500.
FAR MALEat Ml II B 111. ttenr JI'DD STBEET.
IS acres Tarn Land and House.
FOB SALE AT KAI'AI.ITIA BBAYB BE-
rorniatory sichoula, l.S Acres Rice and Taro Laud.
FOB HALT.. AT 'I VO TWELVE ACBES
of choice Banana and Taro Land, a bargain.
POKNALE. AT KALIIII, TWO AI'BEH "i
loti of Rich Taro land.
FOB HALE. M. lit I II IIIA NTBEET. I LOSE
ta captain Weata property a desirable Taro tot over ene
acre. Apply to
K. T. ' 11 M 1 i ill N. Solicttor,
At the offices of the Heal EsUte Kxrhange, II Fort W.
Houelulu. where all nersous having property for aale
lease or morursne may reglater the same without payment
of any fee. sis
WILDER & CO.
The Latest In Reciprocity !
THE CARCO OF
NOR'WEST LUMBER !
EX
BRIG NORTH STAR !
IS FOE SALE
JJX ll ANT IT IKS TO CIT AT 993 FEB B.
tor BOUGH, and 837..VI bmt ns.. fr
TonurED axo sbooted.
And eonatsla of :
xtxS Tongned and Oroovad,
z lr.fi touffued and grooved.
lxl tongned and grooved.
lxl tongned and grooved.
lxs tongned and grooved.
1x1 tongned and grooved.
1 1-1x5 tongued and grooved,
1 1-4x8 tongued and grooved.
1 1-2x1 to i: Rough.
xxl Rough. 2x1 rough.
2xS to 14 rough, 2xS rorxgb.
1x4 rough, 3x4 rough, IxS rough.
ax to 14 rough. Hi rough.
4x1 rough,
4x8 to 12 rough.
SxS rough,
la rough.
The tame will be delivered a usual and will be
run of at lie PUet without selecting
lengths.
cie-im WILDER a Co.
California Lime & 'White Brother'
7 4. I.I AH PORTLAND CE.TT -Best qasl-
JLJ Ity. For sals by
;J2
BOLLIA CO.
More Lime !
B
OT.T.RSIA ro.. HATE RF FIVED pr IJia
Morrar and " sa. h. ruKria.
Notice.
M
B. JOH!T BaTSOX HAS HT POWER or
ATTORNEY, and will attend to my b
Mr. CHARLES. M. COOKE will act as AurUoneer.
C t. APAXfH.
Honolulu, Oca. 2, U7L 1 lax
Notice.
Druixe arr abbexi-e fbobthih hixu
DOB Mr. K. C Hoavoa wfs act for m. under
power of Attorney. nUa-ISW) T. B-UOBBOX.
For Sale.
TUB LOT OS THE COBXEB OF HOTEL
and Alakea street, iatrlr purchased by the L'liima
Thul. Lodge. So. L O. of O. T. TITLE PERFECT.
TtHxts LIKAAL. Far particulars Inquire ml J. porter
Green, Merchant street, Honolulu.
By BBsxes or axa i saayawsn
Honolulu, October 19th, 1471. IIMI
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