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TOTES OF THE WEEK.
IrT" etearoci Kilanea next week roea to Kona.
rr Steamer City of Sydney 1 caret Sin Francisco
at 9:10 a- m. to-day.
HT" Measra F. T. Lencban & Co. bare removed
to Robitwoo't are-proof boilding on Queen btreet,
and will occapv the aecood atory for storage.
Don't fail to ro and aee tbe splendid stallion
and ball importetl by Mr. Sinclair, tod now at tbe
Hotel. Tber lean to-morrow for Kauai on tbe
Cocrt AT Wsimea. Tbe Kilanea, which left on
Monday ermine lot:, took tbe Hun A. F. Judd,
Hit Excellency I be Attorney General and other
oSrialt. wbo were bonnd for Waimea, where the
Circuit Court It to be held duriut tbe present and
the cotnioc week
Qiggtt Kapiolam. Her Majetly, accomptnied
by her sitter Kapoolukn. left on the at earner for
Hawaii on Monday last. A salnte of twenty-one
enns waa tired from tbe Pnuchbowl battery as the
embarked. 8be will land at Ililo, and from thence
Irtceed to tbe volcano, after which abe will vitit
Puna and Hamakaa
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Mr. J. M. Uaridton, late of Colorado, has decided
to take op hia abode in Honoln!n and derote him
self to the practice of law. He waa admitted to tbe
bar uo Thursday of laat week, and, a.a will be seen
by bit card in to-day's Issue, haa established bjm
aelfln tbe office lately occupied by Judge Austin,
orer tbe bookatore. Wc understand that be lmt
bad an exteutire practice iu Louisiana, Colorado,
Jiuai Dickkksos On Saturday, the 28th alt.,
this gentleman died at bli residence tt Ltbalnt,
where he has Hred for tbe past twenty-fire yean.
He bat for many yean held the office of Police
Magistrate, and wat universally respected.
Bad Tastk. Juat before tbe departure of tbe
steamer City of San Francisco laat week, the Royal
Hawaiian Band, which, aa ususl, waa In attendance,
played " Dixie." Whether thia waa done thought
lessly, or in compliment to the political proclivi
ties of Captain Waddell, we cannot say. But for
tbe Captain to show publicly bow pleased be wss,
by dippiug hjs flag iu response, was anything bat
Real Estate Sale. The lots In town and the
tracts of land In the cooutry belonging to tbe estate
of Mr. Edward Everett, were told t public auc
tion on Monday, and brought fair prices. The
dwelllog bonse and lot on Fort street went for f I
over tbe mortgage. A small lot nearly opposite
brought the turn of tl235. Tbe tract In Koolaupoko
sold for $880; that in Kanpo for 1108; and that lu
Molokal for MOO.
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Faeeweu. PEKPORatAKCE. Tbe "Anttralian
Bloodin" it aouounced for another Matinee on Sa
turday afternoon, and a final exhibition on tbe
evening of the same day. Pricet are reduced one
half to give all a chance. At the afternoon perfor
mance, which la Intended chiefly for children, there
will be a balloon ascension, and In tbe evening there
will be another display of those exquisite fireworks
which were so much admired on Saturday evening
of laat week. Let him have a crowded house
H. B. M. 8 FaitTOME On Saturday last tbls ship
returned to port lor tbe purpose of bringing back
Major Wodeboasc 11. BM Commissioner and Con
sul General for this Kingdom. She remained but a
tew Loura In port, leaving again about noon for
Kealakekua Bay, where she will remain uotll tbe
completion of the work on tiie Cook monument
We were Informed by tbe officers that tbe guna
have been aaftly landed, and the holes sunk In tbe
lava ledge to the depth of five feet. Tbe labor still
remains of putting tbe gunt in place, and uniting
them by meant of a double line of chain cablet,
and of leveling th-.-ground around the monument.
When tliit work Is finished '.he Fantnme will visit a
number of tbe windward ports before rcturulug to
East Maci Ditch Mr. 8. T. Alexander is
actively prosecuting this great work, which will be
tbe largest undertaking of the kind in tbe country.
He hat engaged a number of the shipwrecked sailors
of tbe 1st.- Arctic fleet, which will increase hia gang
now at work on tbe dl'.ch to about one hundred
men, and there la every prospect of Its early and
successful completion. Ht expects to avoid a num
ber of milea of ditching by crossing ravines in
wrought iron pipes of about thirty incbea in diame
ter. Tbe ditch will probably carry water sufficient
to irrigate from one to two thousand acres ol land,
and will transform the cultivation of cane in Haiku
and the lower western alopet of Haleakala from a
mailer ol a doubtful two and a half toot per acre,
to a uniform and certain five tona per acre, raiaing
tbe receipt from $375 00, to $750 00 per acre, aa it
hat done In Libue, Labaina and olher placet.
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Fine Stoce. Mr. Frank Sinclair, who returned
on Monday by the P. M. 8. 8. Auatraliafmm a vitlt
to New Zealand, brought with him a bull and a
' alallion which are tbe handsomest creature of tbe
kind wc have ever seen In this country. The bull
Is a roar, Short born, of pure blood, and is now two
years old. We quote tbe lollowlng in regard tohim
from volume four ol tbe ' New Zealand Herd
Book." " Royal Butterfly, roan, calved, October 1,
1S74. bred by Mr. O. Bell, Walinea Plaint, South
land, dam Waimea." Tbe stud Is a beantlful bay,
wbo baa not yet arrived.at hit prime, but who
promises to dcrelope Into a magnificent horse. Hia
name la Spreydon and be It a son of one of tbe finest
of New Zealand studs Traducer. He, also. Is or
the purest blood, bis pedigree running back to
celebrated English stock. His points are almoat
perfect, and no lovers of good stock can tec him
w ithout genuine admiration. Spreydon cott two
hundred guineaa, and tbe bull one hundred and
twenty-five. In New Zealend, and the cost of bring
ing : heiu up baa been about $500. Every one bring
ing Improved breeds of domestic animals Into the
conntry la a public benefactor, and should receive
all possible encouragement. In fact. It would not
be too much for tbe Government to offer a premium
upon all such Importations, by tbe payment of one
half of all expense incurred.
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Tee Philadelphia Centehkial Exbibitok.
Tbe Ceotenulal Exbibitloa at Philadelphia baa
brought together inch an assemblage of the pro
ducts of American industjy at to Impress tbe visitor
with a strong arnte of the manufacturing activity of
the United States. In every department of manu
facture the United States are creditably represented,
, and tbe practical result seems to be that In tbe
j United States we have now powerful competitors In
all branches of Industry, and especially in that
which we considered onr own the Iron trade.
Such a state of affairs deserves the attention of
Englishmen. It presents to us important lessons,
and In stodytng them wc should learn not to resign
ourselves to a peruiaoent exclusion from the markets
in which the United States manufacturers compete
with u, but to estimate more justly the conditloni
on wbich bmineat mutt be conducted in the future.
It may be that tbe American manufacturers, wbo
bare to a great extent, with the aid of protective
datica, shut ua out of their native markets, will be
found competing with ua In other countries. But
English maunfacturera are not afraid of competition
in an open market. If tbey are not handicapped by
tbeir relations with tbeirown workmen, or by duties
specially Imposed to exclude them, tbey court com
parikon of their goods with those produced in any
other part of the world. Bnglith Ihptr.
t-Jt- We record with great regret a moat melan
choly iocident wblch occurred at Waiktkl on Mon
day last On that day, tbe scholars of St. Alban't
Collage with their parents and friends were enter
tained at a picnic by Mr. Atkinaon, the principal of
tbe College. Daring the forenoon, aome of tbe
boya went to bathe on the beach, and after playing
together, were about to lenve tbe water when one
of the ladt named Cbenery, when barely breast high
In tbe water, was seen to donble up as though at
tacked by cramp or spasms. One of his compan
ions Instantly took hold of him, bat he waa nearly
drawn under tbe staler, and called (or belp. Two
otber lads, sons of Majoi Wodehoute, immediately
went to tbeir assistance, and with great difficulty
and bravery brought tbe lad Cbenery to abore. Al
though be bad been taken out of tbe water almost
instantly, tbe symptoms were sufficient to sbow
that be mutt bare been attacked by a fit of aome
kind, and though every possible effort waa made to
restore animation, tbe poor little fellow did not
breathe again. A foreigner, whose name waa not
ascertained, rendered great aaslttance, and for an
boar a ltd a hall ail thai could be dose to biing back
respiration waa done. Dr. McKibbln was quickly
sumntoned from town, but declared life extinct,
and further atated that tbe death had moat probably
proceeded from a sudden attack and not from
drowning. Thia it rendered clear alto from tbe
fact tbtt tbe whole of tbe ltds were under the per
sonal care of tbe two ushers who remained on tbe
Beach, and tbal tbe deceased boy wat during tbe
whole lime in company with tbe otber bathers, and
tbe period of immersion wat too abort to account
for death by ordinary drowning. Although no
blame can possibly attach to the authorities of tbe
school, very great' tympalhy to fell for them, and we
are glad to learn that many of tbe purenta of tbe
scholars bsve been tbongbtlul enough to personally
express to Mr. Atkinson their sympathy and perfect
confidence. Tbe father of tbe deceased resides in
San Francisco, and ia a conain of tbe Rer. 8. C Da
mon, and this aad event must call forth tbe deepest
-via path y with both families. A funeral service waa
hjdi orer tbe remains Tuesday morning, at tbe reai
deaarc of tbe Rer. 8- C- Damon, and tbe mail Hearti
er will convey Ibe aad intelligence and tbe remaina
jf the poor chile) to hia fathar'a home.
The Dkotght still continues nnabated, and
there Is no proapect of Ita apeedy cessation. Tbe
itrecle are ankle deep witbduat, and In many placet
are filled with dust-holes, unking driving anything
bnt agreeable. Tbe thermometer during the put
few days has Indicated rather cooler weather than
bas prevailed for two or three months back, but
there is still sufficient warmth to make one sigh
for winter. As we go to press. It looks as though
the rain waa a nearer than it wat a week ago.
The Pacific Mail Service Early In the week
a rumor that the Pacific Mail Service was about to
be abandoned obtained currency In Sydney. Il
happens lo have originated in the knowledge that
the City ol San Francisco waa to leave for San Fran
cisco on tbe 18t h, whilst the City of New Tork was
to take the mails on tbe regular day, a week later,
though it waa not understood what provision had
been made for tbe November mails. It appears,
however, that the despatch of the City of San Fran
cisco la tbe result of a belief that tbe contractors'
Interests will be better served by bsving tbe spare
at tbe otber end of tbe line, and that nothing It
known bete to warrant the supposition Ibst a break
la Imminent. The New Zealand Government haa
given notice of a motion lo change tbe route by
giving up Ibe forked service, and baying a direct
one by way of Auckland and Honolulu, with a re
duction of $7,000 iu tbe New Zealand share of the
subsidy. If tblt change were carried out, three
steamers, it is said, could work tbe aerviee. We
apprehend tli..t nothing will be done by our Govern
ment to alter Ibe contract without reference lo Parlia
mi nt. But whether tbe contracture would be will
ing, with tbe consent of New Zealand, to make tbe
change of route on their own responsibility, hiking
tbe chances of approval from our side afterwards,
is another question. Meanwhile, there is nothing lo
show that the service is in danger of being discon
tinued. Sydney Mail.
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Mr. Justice Harris presiding.
Oel. 12. In the proof of will of Chrittopbtr H.
Lewerf, deceased. Petition by C. R. Bishop and W.
C. Parks for probate of the will of the decedent and
letters testamentary to be granted to them. The
Curt, after hearing the evidence, admitted the will
to probate and ordered letters testamentary to be
issued to tbe petitioners upon their filing a bond in
the sum of $80,000. Notioa to creditors to bo ad
vertited for four weeks, and an inventory to bt filed
in thirty dayt.
Before Mr. Justice Judd.
Oct. 18. In the proof of tht will of Llewellyn
Zublin, deeestsd. Petition of Joseph 0. Carter f.-i
probate of tbe will of decedent and letters testsmeo
tary to be granted to him. The Court, after bearing
tbe testimony, admitted tht will to probate, and
letters testamentary to be issued to Joseph 0. Car
ter upon bis filing a bond in the sum of $ '000.
Notice to creditors to be advertised for four weeks,
and ao inventory to be filed in thirty days.
Before Mr. J uatice Harris.
Oet. 30. In the proof of the will of Ksbauna sr.,
deceased. Petition of Pnhi k. for probate of will.
The Court heard the eridenea and admitted tbe will
to probate, and ordered that latters testamentary
with the will annexed be issued to Pubi without
bonds and a certified copy of the will to Mauae w,
the adopted child of deceased.
Caaes heard before the Hon. Charles F. Hart,
Circuit Judge, North Kohala.
Sept 25. Jas Wright vs. Q. Lincoln. Ejectment.
Judgment for defendant with costs.
28. Rex vs. Kela k. Gaming. Discharged.
Rex vs. John Lindsey. Larceny. Discharged.
Geo Hardy rs. Keaweopala. Aetion to recover
$89 35-100. Judgment for defendant with costs.
F. Spencer vs. R. Oliver. Aetion for damsges
laid at $100. Continued until Nov. 1, 1878.
29. R. P. Kuikabivt. Kaopue. To recover value
of 8 head of eattle. Judgment for plaintiff $80 and
R. P. Kaihaki vi. Athford Spencer. Action to
recover $44 75. Continued till Nov. 1878.
Keliiaomoana vs. Josepa Kaai. Action of erim.
eon. Judgment for plaintiff damages $100 and costs.
Haau rs. Papauia. Action of crim. eon. Judg
ment for defendant and eosts.
Oct. 2. Kaaukai vi. Kalna. Dtserting bonnd
service. Defendant ordered to work for 2J months.
Aug Estate of Keliileolea. deceased. Petition
for letters of adminittration. Petition refused.
Sep 23. Estate of Knene k., deceased. Petition
for letters of administration. Refused.
Oet 2. Eetate of J. W. Iaukea, deceased. Ad
ministrator ordered to file an exhibit of his accounts
withia ten days.
Estate of Kahinalii, deceased. Petition for letters
of administration. The Court granted letter to
Ksue w. open her filing a bond for $250 ; to adver
tise notice to creditors for four weeks, and file an in
ventory within one month.
Estate of B. Kealoha, deceased. Petition for
letters of administration. Tbe Court granted letters
to Z. Paakiki ; to give notice to creditors for four
weeks in Kuokoa, aad file aa inventory within oat
Estate of 0. H. Davit, deeeattd. The adminis
trator prssentad hia final account aa such, which
waa examined aad paaaed. Tbe Court ordered that
on tha filing of the receipts of the bain of tbe
amount remaining ia hit bands, tht administrator
ENGLISH HHP FOBEIGH ITEMS.
Parit owes iu good health to the lavish uee of
Chicago gets gat for pablio use at $1 50 par 1,000
Ratsia eau raise an army of 2,500,000 men, without
counting the militia.
All man who avoid female society have dull per
ceptions and gross tat tat, sod revolt againat what it
The aaintboreagb hat, which it now in vogue for
youog ladies, it an exaet eopy of that worn in the
ttottn picture of tbe Duchess of Devonshire.
There bat been as interesting inquiry in Paris'ists
ly as to which trees stand town life best, sad it it
decided that beyond all quaation no tree is so good
for urban wants At tbe sycamore. The tame rtrdict
is returned in London. The smoke does not teem to
It ia claimed by tha English that laat year tbay
completed the longest bridge in the world, ia thatr
East India possessions. It eoasiatt of S4 tpant vf
14 fset each, tbui 9,300 fast, or more than one and
three-quarter milaa loag. It it all built of brisk and
iron ; tbe masonry amounts to 5,000,000 cable feet,
while the iron girders weigh 8,000 tout.
A curious variation of tha City Directory in New
Tork ia a small volume called the " Elite Directory,"
which gives tha names of residents of tbe fashionable
avenuet by streets aad numbers instead of names,
and enabling one to know who hia near or distant
Ha tint returned to Hoaotola to rattan, haa laaaanil tk.
practice of bit profntion. Anyone desiring hit service, either
Medical or gurrical. can find him at the Cant. Soon Cotttt-a
adjoinlni the Hawaiian Hotel. 617-tf
J. M. DAVID MO.
ATTORJir AT LAW.
Oejct. over Mr. Waitaty'a Book Stove, formerly occupied
by Judge Austin. Hoaolala. H. I. gt
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situation on a puuitanoa. Good references
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LATE IUSTMHe.ll ITEMS.
There hare been more disorderly scene in the Vie
The Oorernmeat here published the new immi
gration regulations, which pro ride for immigration
from tbe Continent of Europe lo the extent of one
eighth of tbe mnnej roted, end from the eastern
portion of the United Steles to the extent of one
fourth. Immense deposits of guano of excellent quality
have been discovered in the Laoepede Iflends, to tbe
north-west of Australia. It if estimated that tbe
value of the manure is no less then 700,4)00.
The New Guinea expedition, nnd-r tbe enmmiJ
of Signnr DAlbertis, returned to Somerset on tbe
29th September. The party penetrated the country
to e distance of 350 miles beyond tbe spot previously
reached. The natives were numerous and hostile.
The International Rifle Match took nlaoe at Creed
moor, io tha United States, nn the 13th and 14th of
September, when the Americans were victorious, the
Irish team neat, tbe Australians third, the Scotch
fourth, end the Canadian lowest. In the Australian
team Mr. Slede made the highest score by one point,
Messrs. Gee end King coming next, each with one
point below the other.
There bas been another attempt to upset train in
Victoria by placing a large stone between the points.
Heavy snow fell in the neighborhood of Ballarat
on tbe 10th September; on Mounts Buninyoug and
Warrenheip it lay a foot thick.
The sum of 100,000 was carried in the South
Australian Assembly for immigration purposes.
Captain Walker, of the Albert Williams, who
bravrly leicued many lives from the steamer Dan de
nting, baa been presented with two chronometers
one from Mr. Smith, owner of the Dandenong, and
tbe other from the Government of Victoria. He was
likewise presented with a purse of sovereigns by
gentlemen connected with the Sydney Chamber of
Commerce. Tbe men wbo made two trips between
the bark and tbe steamer were also presented with
unable testimonials in recognition of their courage.
A a CIXGHOBN CO., ooUty the public that
aii accr.unu due to ther Fort Street Store must be
paid Mr. fclmon Grant at aa'd store or at their Office.
Lower Store and all accounts due to their Nouanu Street
Store moat be paid to Mr. 8. L. Lewis At aakt More or at
Office, as above, none else are authorized to algn receipts
or to collect debta on their account, except J. P. Green'
Esq., coUecUnr attorney.
Honolulu, Sth, November, 1878. 817-1 m
C1IH I IT t Ol HT ol TIM- HAWAIIAN IH
I.aNDs. Third Judicial District In Probate.
In the Estate of John Avery Klmmone of Ijuipboehoe,
Hllo. deceased, intestate. Before Mr. Justice Hart.
On reading and tiling the petition of John Much ire, of
North k'otuiia, Hawaii, Klleglne that John Avery feloimnns,
of lja.npabtehoe, Ililo, Hawaii, diKl intestate at Hllo,
Hawaii, on the 8th, day of August. 1876. And praylns;
that letters of administration iasuc to him
It Is ordered that THURSDAY the 9tb day ol '0
VKMBER, A. D. lS76.be and hereby la appointed for
bearing aald petition hetOre the said Justice. In tbe Court
Room of this Court, at Waimea, at 9 a w., at whJes. kue
and place all peraons concerned may appear and show
cause, If any they hare, why aald petition ahouLt not be
granted, and that this order be publiah-d in the English
and Hawaiian languages for three successive weeks In the
Gazette and Kuolcja, newspapers In Honolulu.
Dated Kohala, 11. L, September 13th , A. D. 178.
CHARLES FRKDKKICK HART.
Justice of the Circuit Court, Third Judicial District.
A IX PCBSONS are HEREBY OItHI DDE2V
from harboring or trusting my wife, BKRTHA
fJLEASON, as I will pay no debts or her contrac tlnjc.
1 IFF WEI & CO.
Offer for 8a Le
rSTJbJ W GOODS I
How being Discharged from the
HAWAIIAN BK. R. C. WYLIE,
Just Arritsed lorn Bremerhnten
Consisting of a Full Assortment !
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH GOODS
lo Large Variety. Such as
JEW ATYLE FANCY I'RIVrS, H RXI-
Tt'RE PRINTS, Cmary Print. Chocolate print. Ac.
Rrown, Blue and White Cotton. A Drills,
Pulped Denims, Regattas, Tlcalnga, Italians.
M- r. . -. Meltons, Waterproofs, Linen Drills,
Moleskins, Lasting, Butitlug, Blue,
White and Scarlet Flanuela, French Dresa Gooda,
French Msrtuoes and Muslin de Lalne, Uaraeilies,
White and Fancy Flannel Shirts, French Felt Hats,
Cnderahlrta, rsllk. Woolen and cotton ; Pea Jackets,
Bedspreads, Drawers, Woolen Blankets,
Cotton Blankets, Horse Blankets, blue and gray ;
A la A BUI: YAKIirr Y OF HCWEST NTYLF.N
Iivisiian Shawls !
Carriage Covers, Umbrellas and Parasols,
Artificial Flowers, 811k Ribbons, Garters, Aprons,
Child's Hoods and Bonnets, Baby's Bibs.
Child's Piquet Dresses, Ladles' Lace Bonnet,
Brushes, Frilling Shirts, Collars and CutTs, Belts,
Ladles' Combs, Chignons, Buttons, Hoisery, Neckties,
Ladies' Newest ft tyle Paris Hats, trimmed ; Slip,
Scarfs, Handkerchiefs, French Suspenders,
A Fine Assortment of Jewelry, Bracelets, Rings,
Watch Chains, Sleeve Buttons, Necklaces, Brooches,
HAIR OILS AND POMATUMS,
Finest Extracts and Toilet articles from Paris,
Lubln'a Extract, Rlmmela Philoeome,
Violins, Guitars, Flutes, Melodeona, Hand Organs,
Accord eons, one Ty rolian Guitar, Violin Strings,
Children's Instruments, Dol's and Other Toys, Cutlery.
Pictures and Picture Frames, Needles, Spool Cotton,
Linen Thread, Saddle Girths, Spurs, Stirrup Leathers,
Slates and Slate Pencils, Looking Olaeses, Purses,
Wrapping Paper, Colored ana White Printing Paper,
Feather Dusters, Candles, Shot, Corks, Fresh Blacking,
Handsome Flower Stands,
Fine Havana and German Cigars I
Genuine Briar and Meerschaum Pipes,
Business I i ooks
Copv Books, Pocket Books, Pandit, Mast Safes,
Cuisines a la Minute, Baca and BaaTtnr,
French Sardines, Petit Pots, Mushrooms, Prunes,
Pates, Tunny, In oil ; Olives, French Table Fruit, in
Capers, French Mustard, Vinegar,
Preserved German Vegetables and Fruits, lu Una ;
Candles, Camphor, in Glean ;
WINE AND LIQOBS
Atnrle! a Co'a, Otard Dnpul tt Co. 'a aad
Henncear'a Brandies, In raeee;
Port Wins and Sberry, Hock Wines,
Bast Schiedam Gin, In Stone Jars,
French White Wlsaa and Uareta,
MINET JEUNE'S CHAMPAIGN
Carte Blanche, Carte do'r tt Carte aoir
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
llm BP. gS3jSjgjMl CO'
Columbia River Salmon.
FCEIVEO THIS DAT FEK "FaUkiaacvsr"
it oara irom rontano,
Barrels SALMON B SLUSH,
Half barrels ditto ditto,
Half barrels No. 1 S ALMow
For aaat br
Jolv, 1171 (lo) bo
BEST CALIFQBSIA OAT MAT-for gal. by
tat BO LLCS A CO
8 FOR THE TF.B.Y OF FTtTt YE ABA OB
more, my aharaa In tbe Moloaahnl hud, laland of
One share In land, formerly belottginE to H. A. Wide
mann, sod two snares In tbe land, formerly bet origin, to
Dr. J. W. Smith of KoLoa Kauai. On thia land there are
two wooden bulldlnge, dwelling, and cooking houses, and
a large encJoanre, fenced with food fence. It ia rood land
for any purpose, with privilege to ret oat firewood, Ac,
Ac Persona wishing to lease the above land, can obtain
It with or without ten or eleven pair of working oxen, and
alao otber cattle, aa cows, ataera, etc., also two ox carta,
chains, yoker, Ac,. A.
For further partirulara apply to John Mitchell of Motoaa
Kauai or to Wailnku, Maul. October i:th, 1ST A
aie-im a. smith.
OWlXti TO THE RISK IB THE PBICE OF
Retail Price of Mutton
In tbe following Markets will be aa follows from thia date
Fsanalliett, IO eeaia per pnnsid.
Hotels, Hestanrants, Ships, &c , 8 cts.pr lb.
Beef aa formerly.
O. WALLER. Family aud Metropolitan Markets.
tl4 4t O. Q. CIJPFOBD, Commercial Market.
AaajV Tbat ttell-mtc,l stad Suitable titer.
ffTsaf for a reull or wholesale business In Odd Fellowa
It-IB. Halt. Apply to
W. C. PARK F, )
J. O. CARTER. '-Truateet.
Or A. S I'LKGIIOICr. j
Honolulu, Oct. Ba, i-76. aia-tr
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
OX REASONABLE TEAMS A COBTEBI
EXT Family residence.
S3o-crox-.nl BilllrtlTiar XjrOtAB.
For particulars apply to
59 3m JAMES S. LEMON.
For Sale or For Lease
a A HABattHOME COTT AO E, PLEASANT,
ly located, with gavden, Ac, containing parlor, three
bedrooms, two cloaeta, dining room, kitchen and
pantry, bathroom, aervanta houaa, carriage bouse and
stable, all very convenient, and In perfect nrder. Apply ts
551 if HUUOSTAXGENWALD. M.D.
Wanted to Borrow,
tr A A B S W A AT 10 FEB STENT: Tttw anal
TE) S MmJW The security Is a large tract of land
on the Plains near the city.
log ia to Improve the place,
Principal object In borrow-
J. P. GREEN.
iff THE HOt-SJE LATELY Of I TPIED
Bjjai by fr. S.M.Carter, altuated at tbe corner of Palace
AM" walk and Punchbowl Sts. Poaseaalon given Imme
diately. Apply at the
591 lm MARSHAL'S OFFICE
yiAMl F4 TI Hi:i
G. S. PINKAHM & CO.,
BOLLES & Co., Agents,
atsm THAT DEHIBARLF. FIECE OF f.ABD
bJBJ lying between the properties of Messrs. McCuily,
3 i Whitney, Mra. Clutraherlain and Punabou, and
having a frontage of nearly half a mil. on the Metcalf
Road to Manna Valley. There are 27 acres In the piece,
14 acres of It fine level land, suitable for suburban resi
dences, and the balance, 13 acres, ia aultsble for tree,
and pasturage. There ia a small dwelling house and a
wellnf water on the place. Thia offers a line opportunity
to purcbstes bomeatead. Inquire of
tl5-tf J. PORTER GREEN.
RECIPROCITY CASH STORE !
BO. 73 FOBT STBEET
T THE A BOTE PLACE WILL BE POUND
A. nrflJ ,S8)IITMBWT
Class and Plated Ware !
Suitable for Birthday, Wedding A Christmas Presents.
Jewelry, Terracotta Ware, Brunxe Goods,
Rracfceta, Air Castlea, Fancy .Soaps, Vaaea,
s-uay, SO hour, and Calendar Clocks,
1 Fine French Gilt Clocka, Atomisers,
Boya Tool Cheats, Tobacco Boxes,
Deceptive Wine Glasses, Bags.
Portfolios, Music Rolls, Valises,
Beopea, Stereacoplc Views,
OUt, Card and Cabinet Frames
Hand and Combination Mirrors,
One, Two A Three Shelf, Book Hhelvea, Etc.
THE ABOVE GOODS AEE 1IAUKED ON A
nVTEBNH ARE NTI.ICTI.T CANS
111 -lm A. I- HMITH.
A FABT OB A LI, of Iho COWS.
1 on the Nuuanu Plantation. Three cows I
tare largely of foreign blood, and guaran.
the most gentle herd of Milch cowa in the Kingdom.
Apply to J. fx. wutiu.
August 28th, 1171. W7.tr.
I HEREBY GIVE BOTICE THAT I WILL
pay no debts contracted In my name without my
written order. F. M. OBSKN.
Honolulu, October :rd. 1171. tii-.it
CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A GENERAL ASSORT T OF
Ship Chandlery and Ship Stores !
Fats- Sale by
BOI fiTS a CO.
PER bark R. C. Wylie from Bremen
2i IRON STOCK ANCHORS, sties from W up to 100 lbs.
SMALL CHAIN, In quantities lo suit, sixes H inch to
Blt of an inch.
CHAIN CABLES, 4-8, 3-4, 7-1, 1, I 1-4, 1 IA, aad 1 5-1
Inch. for sals low by
BOLLES A 00.
Stockholm Tar and Coal Tar
IB BARREL. ABO CASKS.
For Bats by (111) BOLLES A CO,
Wilmington Tar and Wilmington Pitch
PBTB SHIP STBEJT.
For sale by (111) BOLLES k CO.
PES CITY OF SYDNEY.
FBOX M AXIL DIRECT, VIA BAB PEAS.
CISCO, another in vote of those
Put up In boxes of 200 each.
For Sale by BOLLES A CO.
California Potatoes & Onions
BCBITBD FEB CITY OF BBW TORK.
For Sale by BOLLES A 00.
FRESH SALMON !
JB I AMD a LB. CASS. FBEBH PACK KB.
of Catch 1171. Also, COLUMBIA JUVEB SALMON
In Barrels, 1171.
For Halt by
BOLLES A CO.
50,000 CHIHA "
aa Water Suits, 70 to 710 gallons.
S Wood Tanks, 100 gallons each.
laW Oaaollna Barrels.
For aai. low by
ly E. ft. AO ASM.
WEDNESDAY. - - - - H0V. 8,
At IX o'clock Noon,
100 Boxes Oregon Apples,
Ex J. A. raisin barg.
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer,
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On THURSDAY, . - - - Hov. 0,
AS tut If aaal A.M., at Sail aaa taaa.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Flos Prints, Maslint, Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons. Wbits Cottons, M.rino,
Tietoris Lawns, Bilk Hanantsrcbi.fi,
Hemmed Linan Man Iktrchitfs,
Harvard Shirts, Fancy FlanBsl OvarsbirU,
Turk tab Towala for Bathing,
Blankets. Whits Sbtrta. Amotkeag Daalrat.
Amoakeaf Stripaa, CoMob Drill. Brilliants,
Merino snd Cotton Vndsrtuirta,
Fslt and Straw litis. Laditt' Boat,
Men'! .Socks. Bridlat aad Bill,
Etc., Etc.. Etc.
G- roeeries, ttface..
Tsstt Pnadar. Sardines. Wrapping Papsr,
Soda Craoksii, Clothes Plat, Baatt,
Baooo, Caadlss, Pickles, Tobasso,
Cigars, Fins Tea, Oysters,
Salt, Pss Nut Oil,
Wtih Bias, Pain Killer,
E. p. ABAIM, AaMfr.
NSW GOBIJJW CflOB!
rnns umdersi-UaVko ha ix reovei
JB his place or Dusiness to nia
NEW BRICK STORE. NUUANU STREET,
Near the corner of Elnff, bsft to aoUfj the pkabVic
that be keeps on haod
JL. Large Stoolc
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING,
Alto, Floe AraortmauLof
Ready Made Ladies1 Wear!
Tbe public will do well to give me s call, as I sell Gooda
at reasonable prices.
Il-3m St. BUWBIN.
F. L LENEHAN ft CO.
From tha A 1
British Barque Canoma
AND OTHER LATE ARRIVALS,
Coruistmg of the following Machinery :
400 and 500 Gallons.
ASSORTED I.WtUCE OF
a i i .Te
a H F.l.LSTlHiDS'S
Celebrated Cooking 8tove8
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Beet Scotch Bar Iroo, aieorted sixes ;
Beet Scotch Sheet Iroo, assorted tlaef ; Plf Iron,
PAINTS AND OILS 1
Tins White Lead, Tins Whits Zinc Paint,
Tina Genuine Red Load,
Tina Black and Bias Paints,
Drums Botlsd Unseed OO.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH I
BUST BLACBSaiTH COAL,
BEST STEAM COAL.
Fencing Wire, assorted tiles, annealed aud galvanixed,
Galvanised Buckets, assorted sums.
A General Assortment of Supe
TmJmCy Drilllnjj, rancy Prlou, White Cottons,
Handkerchiefs, Ginghams, Cuetomee, aaaortttd.
Tweeds, aseorted ; Broeslrloche, C'eeOocs
ALSO, A FULL AaWORTJlaDfT OF
Cassi Haldsaiek't Chtmpajns, pints aad qaartt'
Baskets Lawrence's Cbaatpsfas, pta aad qts.
Baskets Lawrenos's Chsmpsgas, extra drj,
Caaat Htnntitv'a aaaa Brandj,
Caaaa MartaU'i xzz Braadj,
Caaaa Planet's 1M2 Braadj,
Caaat Small Oaneva,
Casts Bttt Oea.va,
Caaaa Best Old Toe 01b.
Caaaa Bait Kinahan't L Irish Wbisksv,
Cassa Dunvilla's Irish Whlahsj,
Bast Scotch Whisker,
Quarttr Catkl Bsat Htsnetiv't Pala Braady.
QuarUr Catkt Bsat MarUU'a Braady,
Qaartsr Casks Jtaaalsa Bast.
BEST AMEBICAN WHISKIES !
Oocidsatal, Hamitsgs aad O.P.C.
Caaaa Bttt Pala Sh.rry,
Cssst Boat Old Part,
Quarter Catkl Pal. Sherry,
Quarter Caakt Irish Wbiakej,
McEwan'B India Pale Ale,
PiaU aad Qaarta,
India Pals Alt, piatt aad quarU,
Ban A Co's India Pala Ala, piata aad qaarta.
Orange BitUrt, ia eases ,
Bouttlletn A Ca't 1, 1, S aad 4 diaraoad Braady
Caaaa Superior Veraoutk,
Caaaa Voksr't BtUara, Cassa Saaarisv Clarst,
. 4c. 4t.
Cbms BTBW AaTB XXX trraVT, la saaa.jstjrs,
PIXTB AMI. QUA ATE.
aVc, Ac ass,, era.
"- p t. kiNCHAN e ee.
By C. B. ate
Wednesday, For. ff,
AIM s'etsok A. af.. wRIka total.
3D FLY GOODS !
Choice lot Plan tit.
At U o'ctoet;.
C. S. BARTOW. Aost'r.
Mortgagee's Sale of Real Estate,
Pursuant to a power ot aala i,iaeila4a.d in aesrtaaa utsaa
gafa deed, dated tha twsatv aecond av-.r of June. ItTa,
made bow. en WLUatai C Brown and Kalll hat wife, af
the Brat part, aaal WUlhtm O Brash or the tacsaal patrt,
recorded us Uttar AS. oa pscsa ST. 174 aaa XT.
Mr C i. Bartow la taatructed to aaal st has raasat,
On Friday, - - November 24,
At 13 o'clock BOOM.
All that Us., la Kikaika, Ii fleselils,
Oahu. Brine Wn leans beta 1144. Bavsl Faatot iU. sad da.
scribed therein as follows :
K hoomska ma ks klhl akan, mauka o teta, psB aaa tatt
ko UAnhAukoL a ma ko Oataoka, a a hoto saa, Bstata Xf
Uiklna i.4 kaula. makoOblaokn. a httdl ks alisasl : abtSa
Hema 43u , Ko 4 00 kaula. makn ki alanal. hi A I I ka pa
nobaku, ma Kssuns, alalia Akau H' MY, Ko 44-100 kaasa
mako HaIaL alalia Hems at- Ks 23-1 no stasia ESat, akafa
Akau 41 ttK, (o 7J-I0B kaula, mako Haatl a tut I I ks
klhl Akau. roakal o kela Mil an me ko hiatal a aaa ka
tlanhaasutt. Akau Jt It' HI t-n kaula, ma ka HaaBaa-
kol. a hlu kaai I booctavEa si. a
Together with all Building and Iwtprwt
menU ther tan.
For furthtr psrUcuiara apply ts
1 Port Street, or to lbs Aiirrhisssr.
Valuable dwelling and Storehouse :
AT KAU. HAWAII.
Tisnc tSataTJtsitastvjB orria rust ttu
on llheral ttrms, the dwelling nonae, atultk aaaa, aaal
out houses iautlr occupied by It. Otatrg., dsciaatd at Ka
iaala. K an, Hawaii, together with Uts less, of taa aaatj as
wblch they ar. altoalad, having eaves rears to raw frsaa
December tnd , 1175,
Tbe premise, are in good repair and In a vary tafias
vageoua situation for business. For particulars aasaars
With undersigned. 0. C. JONaA.
w. c. joNXtv
Kt ecu tort of ha Katata af Oaaiaw
BooolBia. October Sth. 1I7A tl-tt
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
STteJE SALE OB BEBKTABIA
BV mauka aide, six lota, lOOXlst. Theao sr. cheats
building lqa, situated oppualts Messrs. Ullltngbam and
Caalla's nropsrly, aad have the water pipes doss taarrtrts.
FstS, SALE. tB BESET ASIA I
kal tide, opputdte tha rtaarlenra of W R 1
iota, looxtao. inia property is wen i
sold lu one or two blocks, of 4 lots aata.
FOB SALE. OS BEBbTTAJIA STBEET, MAI'
ks aide, two valushss aad c botes I.EIaag sUoussbis, esch
TO LEASE. 19 Acres Bptendid Ursautg Latad at Ks
maila, Kamananul, Walslus.
FOB. SAAEr-ln Hopolula. aavrral .holes laaadanraa
K4JJB "A kit nA FITII n. sear JTCBtB I
IS acrea Taro Land and Hons..
FOB SALE AT K A FA LAVA. SEAS
rprmatorr Bchoatls. IS Acrea Rice and Tata Land.
FOa HALE. AfB BtABOA, TWELVE ACBBI
of cbolce Baaana aad Taro Land, a bargain.
FOB SALE AT HA LIU I, TWO ACBES ts saa
lot! of Rich Taro Land.
ratst IAUL weak 1.1 l.l tr a STBEET.
acrt, Applr to
K. T. O'HALLORA.t. Rnllllsstt.
At the offlcesof the Reel KsUte bchtutge. tl Fort St..
Honolulu, wrier, all person, bating property foe aata,
less, or mortgsgs mar register th. same wltaoat attsasas
of any fvs. lit
WILDER 6l CO.
The Latest In Reciprocity !
TNI CARGO OF
NOR WEST LUMBER I
BRIO NORTH STAB '
IS FOE SALS
i sr AjrrrriEs to suit at mm r si.
isr bocwh. mm 4Vr7.no mmm mf. fmr
TOStllED ABB SB
Asd con sals of
J-lxl Toognsd aad Oroovod,
3Hxl tongvsd sad grooved.
1 1-lxl tonguad sod grooved.
1 l-lxl ts II Rosgh.
lxl Rough, 1x4 rough.
tag to it rough, lxl rough.
1M rough, HI rough, lxl rtuaga.
1x1 lo 14 rough, 4X4 rests. ,
tag 10 1J rttagsh,
Tht Ktme via b delivered as ntual and miU m
run of at Ik Pifa vidian! ttltting
fm WILDCH A Co.
id sad gnaaVstL
taaarsatl aad grosvstl.
1x4 longued tn l ,roovJ
California Lima 4 'White Brother'
gtaLXSH POBTEABB CEJS EST -Bast aaa
lay. Far sal. b7 ssTj BOLLBsA CO.
afore Lime !
' co mate aacar
' aaa B. B.
Gentlemen intending to Build
fsB BTABB ABBrriOBB. ALTBBA
sw rattatra, vuitasa aa taatr la
was uts naaaasaan, who win a
'aOAFLarr. ' 'is tsnmTrl la slTtasat.
a atl taaitilaeaa asttaastF tart tar
SAM'L Q. WILDER,
Hawaiian. Steamer KILAHEA :
Sailing Days as per Schediile I
i lli-t TrTaai Haa iiiatasaS
TICKETS 0IL7 AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS lilE 01 mm.
aa U -WITH OFFTCaTWlLOEB A Oa.
MANILA CIO ASS.
. MATASA aVHAFEl Aadagtatd
JVOLLBS A CO.