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WTES or TMi: WEEK
13 Tbe nosmer City of Svdncy will be dnc
from San Francisco to-mono w (Ttiuradai j, with
dales to November 8.
' HUM lyVSIXlet.
tw The news by the Incoming tnall-e earner
will be of nnosnal Interest esnecltlly thai routing i
to the Presidential Election and the Turkish war.
Schooner Jenny returned trntu Kona yes
terday moraine, having been compelled, drtrinp a
tqnall from the westward, to slip her cable and (ret
ooder way, while at anchor fin the Kona coast.
W Ml Wiuiaim, late acting Briiit.1' Consul
at Simni, wh.i figured so eoaapicvioasly in the
-rr irouhl.-, lis been removed, and E R.
Laird' I, ol Fiji, has been appointed Britiau Consul.
ty The lease of the liawailar. Hotel, for a term
f 8ve years Irom January let, 1877. will be sold at
arbUc auction at the G-.Tcroiueul Hone.-, on 8utnr
y, at 12 o'clock noon. The lease include the
iVture and alt Improvements belonging to the
Iff WtoUim lurk Coral, which left Rnsrll,
N. D., in July last for New Bedford, sprang alrok
and put into Tahiti, where she was at latest date,
htr captain aw-aitiug orders fr-im the owners ortie
tber to rrpair or not. She is a r.-ry old vessel
and tbouglit to be not worth repairing.
V. aa SVb S Mar
Jr" To-morrow, the 16th. ins!., bring the anni
versary of the birth of Hi Majesty will be observed
aa a pnblie holiday. Although tbete is no general
i" .i-titt,-- of festivities on the tajus, store' anil
places of I'ttstneKS will, we proutllr, lie closed lor
' dav. ami itiaeli will seek
at mat best suit them.
recreation in wav.
rs Campbell & Tnrton have sent to our
ottee a sample of loaf sugar ot home manufacture,
which would indicate that we ueed not import any
more refined sugars. From the extensive way that
this specimen baa been sampled since it was placed
on exhibition, we infer that it agrees with the
V-t a.:-: ft
H By notice in the official column it will be
win that the Government will sell in the month
of December, thirty-nine lots on the Kuluokahua
plain and one oo the sea beach at Waikiki. It?
February next the vacant lot on Queen street at
the loot of Nuuanu street will be cold. These all,
and more especially the latter, preteot desirable
chances for investment.
wi Kl 111.
I la. lara.
Tns- Baik. The first Kona ( the season on Thurs
day alteruoon and night, hut a gentle but most wel
come rain, which laid the dust, naked the thirsty
gTound and has caused the grant to spring up on the
plains and hill-sides. According to the raiu-gangeal
XlrHall's residence, one inch and two thirds of water
fell during the storm. As lar aa heard Irom the rain
was general, falling copiously all over the group.
At Maui it rained for two days, and must have
U-rtia K-rfcCt btoelactiou to Ibedroopiug cauelieids
and lilt starving cattle.
ton oT whirl. tW
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aaa HI ii flan TW an mi i ij af eal oa
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asaa, a nv aMai wMca a l-sa
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a n aja4ctasaaw aataw War. taucrat It. haav.
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lassraaawass; aa tvw ,Hat car awMsaat
a. a. ...... a..-t. aad t Ii. .trmaad
ac ha aa fjsaaa ana Lartarr raoa the Aiicth" During the past
ssssa baa iataj rmm- week the whale-ships Kainboa- and Norman have
ansa tv arrtac Oeaan. j arrived from the Arctic, being the last of the sur-
" ' 1 "' ' vii.tig vessels ol the Are-ie fleet, which will rendc-
vous at this port the present season. The last
heard from the abandoned vessels is a report
brought by the first officer of the Rainbow, that
the. Acors B.irnc6 was seen in the midst of lb ice
TW sWAitsr ar I With alt sail set, as if endeavoring to force a pass
age out. There ia no probability that any of these
vessels will escape this season from their adaman
tine letters, tor when the Norman left the Arctic
Ocean, the ice had extended in an unbroken mass,
tor more than a hundred miles to the southward of
where the imprisoned shifts were a lien last Been.
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PnEarr.vEb Fimie. Iu the window of the book
store ol Mr. ii. U. Whitney several fishes are to
be seen preserved by a new process by an amateur
of this city Mr. Bailieu. At present it appears to
be poasibl to preserve fishes In open air without
altering their color, and with a proper assortment
of artificial eyes to make the illusion complete. We
learn that our amiteur will he pleased toinlonn
such of ourcltixena as arc desirous of preserving
fish of brilliant color. In which these islands are so
rich, of the means employed for that purpose.
But iu the meantime he would be obliged lo any
one who, tbrongh our intermediation, would fur
nish him with information in regard to the manner
ia which to make a varnish Arir better than bis
own. and fulfilling the following three conditions :
1st To be colorless, in order to retain the natural
tone in all its fiuencss. Snd. To dry quick thai
the natural scales remain In position ; and, 3rd.
to be sufficiently elastic not to unsettle when the
specimens are being packed for shipment to the
insulations for wbich thev are intended.
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EaPIOLiM 1'akk AfsoctiTos. On Wednesday
last, the Slh inst., there was a meeting of persons
interested in establishing the Kapiolani Park and
Fair Ground, at the rooms of the Chamber of Com
merce. It was quite a success. His Mtjetty hon-
ored the occasion with His attendance and the :
room was quite full. The Association was organized ;
by the choice of officers and an Executive Com
mittee was chosen, which committee was Instructed
to prepare the draft of a charter, which it was re
solved should be applied for. This enterprise should
commend itself to the whole public. His Majesty
' haa given the use of three hundred acres of crown
land near Diamond Head and on the beach for
thirty yean, which, it will be remembered, it the !
extent ot lease which the Crown Commissioner- arc
entitled to arive under the Statute. The laud It
most beautifully situated, it very fertile and capable
of oroamcntalion with artificial ponds, &c. One '
would be surprised to see what the expenditure of
a very small sum of money under the direction ot
Mr Herbert, who ia the originator of the scheme,
and hat displaced In this and in numerous other
instance since be has been among us, his public
epiril hat already effected. The present scheme
is lo assign to subscribers two hundred shares iu all
at fifty dollar per share, to be Killed for by assess
i rneott as may become necessary. The amount of
the first assessment, as we understand, will be de
' cided upon at the uext meeting of the Association.
There will be two hundred lot laid out on or near
the beach to be drawn for by subscribers, to that
each one will get a lot upon which he mav erect a
cottage. There ia a racecourse of a measured mile
marked out on the plain, and it is proposed to make
an artificial pond there. Water is abundant upon
tlte place, it is likewise proposed to make a road
s'r. k;ng the main road near the Kamollitli Church,
to that the drive will extend out by Eitip street or
H. tetania stmt to tbe Park and home by the beach.
Thua it will be teen that the enterprise uot ooiy
proposes a great public benefit, but likt wise n ill be
remunerative to tbe subscribers: for we do not
doubt that everv one of the original subscribers will
be able to sell the lot which he may draw for more
than fifty dollar, and that in leas than a year's
lime, those who may draw beach lota will command
a verv biglt price lor them.
Oa Thursday solajcriptioni were beinfj made
briskly, and we even heard a proposition made to
increase the price of shares and limit the uumber,
but the originator and early supporters of the en
terprise were ut willing lo resort to that plan at
'resent, being desirous of making the enterprise a
(opalar one, awd giving aa many at possible an in
terest lo the Park.
The following are the officers of the Association
ehosi n at the meeting on Wednesday last ; Presi
dent, James Mukee, Esq.; Vice President, Hon. A.
S Clearhorn; Secretary, H. Maefarlane, Esq.; Treas
urer. 3. H. Paly, Esq . Committee on Charter
Hon. H. A. P. Carter, His Kx. Jno. 0. Dominis,
(lllberl Waller and J. H. Paly, Esq Adr.
fer settlement of the fiaardianthip aeeonot. Tbe
aeeouatt having been referred to the muter, Uuin
the corniog in of the report, the lane were approved,
as corrected, and pasted by tbe Court, and the execu
tor! to far a Mr James Robiason waa concerned as
guardian, were discharged.
Before Mr. Jastiee Barrit.
Proof of will of Lacy, G. Thuratun. deceased. By
request of Justice Judd, on eircaiu Petitten af
Marv T. Benfirhl for probate of the will of deeedeot.
The Court after hearing the teatitaony. admitted the
will to probate aad orderad Irttert testameatary to
be itoed to Mrs. Beufieid, upon her Sling a bnud for
$500. Notice to creditors to he advertiied for foar
aeeks. Inventory to he filed in 3'J days.
Cases beard before the Hon. F. B, Lymau, Circuit
Judge Third Cncuit, llaaaii. ou appeals.
Baatk SO. Hex va. Bda Unaeaniiku, Aa?au!t
and battery. Discharged.
Bex vs. Manu, (k).DistilliogSpirits. Discharged.
Hex vs, llulihale, (k). Causing cattle to trespass
in cultivated gn-unds. filled $10.00 aod c-l.
Bex vs. Kahtnapule. (a). Hauling. Discharged.
Bex rs. Keao, Distilling spirits. Fined $100 or
in default doe year's imprisoaweat at hard labor.
Bex vs. Kauhai. (w). Dtstilitug spirits. Fined
$-110. or ia default, one year's imprisoutuent at hard
Rex va. Kaaumaiewa, (k). Illicit intercourse.
Fined $-10 and costs.
C. N. Spencer va. Nahana. Deserting contract
service. Mahana ordered to return and rrrve his
A. Hutchinson vs. Kahanuianu. Be fusing to serve
under hi- contract, and persisting iu refusal, was
eummittcd to Prison at hard labor, until he will
serve according to law.
Frank Moran v. William Makini. Crim Con.
damages iaid at $100. Defendant discharged. Ap
jieal taken to Circuit Court.
E-tateofG. Namanu (k). deceased. Petition for
letters of administration . J. Kauhane appointed and
ordered to file Inventory and bund in 30 days.
Estate of John N. Giltnan. deceased. Petition for
probate of will. The will was admitted to probate
and G. W. C Jones and Kahaleole, are authoriled
to act as exreutors without bunds.
Estate of Kaukana, k) deceased. Petition of
administration. Hon. VV. T. Martin, appoiuted and
ordered to file inventory of property and bond for $100
within 30 dajs.
Estate of Makaaole, deceased. Tbe property
pataed to the beirs and the estate closed.
LftTE AUSTRALIAN ITEMS.
From Svdiicy papers of the 21st ult., we clip tbe
following items :
bir Julius Vugel'r appointment to the Ajtent-lieoe-ralsbip,
was not well reoeired f v either the llouce or
the countrr ; in fact, unless tho governraetat had
made the appointment a Ministerial question, it is
believed the Iluafio would hare stopped it. Sir
Julius Vogel gave as his reas-jni for abandoning the
country at this juncture those usually proferrcd by
colonial politicians when they ore about to do some
thing which they ought not to do namely, ill-health
and tbe care of his family. lie said that while he
was in England he bad very great inducements
offered to him to remain there, and that as soon .1- he
returned to the colony he informed his colleagues
that he could not undertake to continue in tbe Go
vernment for any length of time. .Moreover, if he
now accepted the office of Agent denerai, he should
only bold it fur twelve or eighteen months, after
which be should devote bis attention tu bis private
allairs. Tbe d- bate upon tbe subject of his appoint
ment waa something to be remembered.
In the recollection of many will probably be a pro
ject that was dbruMted two or three years ago under
the familiar name of the Polynesian scheme. 8ir
Julius Vogel popularly got the credit of its invco
tpn ; but, as tbe papers laid before Parliament at
the time showed, the idea emanated from Mr. Cole
man rhiUips and sundry Auckland capitalists, who
asked the Government to aid them by means of a
guarantee. It w.i-. however, embellished a good
deal by Sir Julius Vogel, and was laughed out of
ciiftence, Mr. Phillips has never petitioned the As
sembly for compensation. He declan s that In.
scheme, as originally propounded, wai perfectly
featnole, and tnat Sir Julius Vogel made it ridiculoua.
Tbe Public Petitions Committee recommended that
Mr. Phillips should be olacod with a donation of
300. It is a marked descent from the sublime to
The Assembly passed the following resolution a few
nights ago : " That it is expedient that the existing
San Francisco mail contract should be modified, pro
vided tbe Sydney Government and contractors also
deem the same advisable ; that the service be di
rect from San Francisc) to Sydney, calling at Hono
lulu and Auckland or the Pay of I-dands ; that the
coastal fervtcebe performed by the ompany with 10
knot boats, to be approved by the Government : that
the share of the New Zealand contribution to the
subsidy le reduced by 7500 if calling at Auckland,
or 10,000 if calling at the Bay of Islands."
Tna New Gikka Expedition. The If r. Col
onial Secretary of Queensland has furnished tbe
Queenslander with a letter he has received from Mr.
H. N Cheater, Government Resident, Somerset,
dated at Cooktown, September 28. Mr. Chester re
marks : "The expedition has demonstrate! the
navigation of the Fly River for vessel? cf light
draught for a distance of 160 miles a fact which
might hare been safely predicted from the sixe of its
mouth, and the sea being fteb so far out during the
rainy season. In places we bad only a fathom of
water, but it is probable that there is a channel with
not less than fire fathoms throughout the distance
traversed by us. At the highest point reached, the
river was still a quarter ol a mile wide, with from
seven to nineteen fathoms, and a current of not more
than three miles an hour. We ascended thfl river in
a boat for five miles above tbe steamer's last anchor
age, from which point there was no high land in
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Foil lit! OH BERETAjntA BTKEET,
maulca aide, nx lot. loOxl&O. These are rhnkM
building Iota. HituaO-d oppoaJte Mefwra. I il line ham and
Caatlv'a property, aod have the water i i close thereto.
FOR SAI.K 0 Itl RI TAMA M !tJ I I. 1HA-
kaJsioV. oppoaltt the of W K Buchanan, Kaq. A
lot. ItMxI&A. Thta pmperty is well fenced, and will be
oold Iu one ur tw o blocks, of 4 Iota each.
The Rer. Gecrge Brown, Wesleyan missionary,
returned in the John Wesley, after a 20 montlV
visit of exploration and investigation in New Uritain
and new Ireland. The mission has been rnccessfu'ly
I established, and 17 teachers located there. Mr.
I Brown explored 130 miles of the coast of New Bri
: tain and Io0 miles of the New Ireland coast. lie
also crossed New Ireland, and made a large collec-
tion of birds and other specimens of natural history.
He is accompanied to Sydney by a native minister.
New Ireland was well populated. No whit-) man
hn erer seen inland before, but no opposition was
offered to tbe explorers. A difficulty was experienced
in gettintr tbe natives to go any distance from their
villages, as they are so often at war with one ano
ther. Plenty of proofs of cannibalism were found.
One of the party on going into one house to light bis
pipe law a woman roasting the thigh and leg of a
man who was killed tbe day before. The expedition
Sought the quadrant of the schooner I.avinie, the
ship's articles, and a savings-bank deposit book from
the native-. l ne native ot tf lanche ray, ew
Britain, affirm positively the existence of a race of
men with tails at a place called Kali, and deny in
dignantly that they are monkeys, asking if monkeys
could fiittbt with spears, plant yams, make houses,
etc. Mr. Cockerell, a naturalist and collector from
Queensland, accompanied the expedition.
DIARIES FOR 1877.
Jl'T RCt'KIVCIt FROM I.OMaaiX, A FEW
LETT'S DIARIES For 1877
In cap, post and pocket styles
American Excelsior and Perpetual Diaries
In ?Teat variety, for ladle and cent.
RIP Prices vary from 20cm to 3.00, according to Unlsh
Ily E. I.
auil atyle of bintlme.
II. JI. Wllll.XKY.
I'OB SAI.F.OX IlKltlM VMA STIH.I.T- MAI -
fca aide, two valuable syid choit tulidiut alio Urn-uta, each
TO I,t.AHF,. 1T0 Acres splendid Grating Land at Ka
mail, Kiii: . Wuutiua.
FOB NAaLE-ln Honolulu, several choice residenrce.
FOR SAI.Fnt H IM I. near JIM) NTRKET,
lH acres Taro Land and ilouae.
FOR SAI.K AT
Acres Itict; and Taro Laud.
TOK SAI.K AT MAXOA. TWELVE At UES
(fchofcv ilanana and Taro IaAiid. a banrain.
KOK SAI.K AT K t I lill.
lutUtriUch Taru la-bixl.
TWO AI REM (In one
I oit s vi.i. KB h ill mi STitKirr. i.osK
to Oaptalu Wifits property a desirable Taro lot over one
acre. Apply to
E. T. O'iiAI.IaORAN. Solicitor.
Al the oOicrs of the Real Estate Exchange, tl Fort 8t..
Houolulu. where all lermn hsvlnlC property for aale.
bafM' or inorunMre may recrioter tbe aame without iaymeiit
of any i ' U j
SHINN'S NURSERIES !
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jt fair a it at taaaafVaa. ! ataaiatt aarkata.
taaaa an .a aa. T-wKati ti lau -atw taaa of coal
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Before Mr. Justice JaJd.
Jf0r. 3rd. Proof of will of Kaopna. deceassd. Pe
litiisa of J. Tortar tirsfii, for probate of will. The
Coart after kearioc tkr loatiaaoaj. admitted the will
la probate aad ordered letters of adoiinistratioa. with
u r will aaaexed to be issued to Kalama, (w) lLa
widow of deeedeot. and J. Porter tirecn, without
b uda. lnveuiory to be filed ia 4 dajt asd notice
t etwditors to be adrertiaed for loar arceka.
Before Mr. Jastiee Harria. At Cbambers-
Btfc. ElUt of W. Ka, deceased. Petition of R.
Kaaahna. (w) f r lettera of administration oo the
abora aatala. Tba Caart beard tbe leatioioor at some
length and there beinc a number of claimant.! . a
voiatcai W. Luther Wilcot. adeoiniatraior. to file a
boad io tbe aaa of JSDO. Notice to creditor! to be
adrertiaed for 3 arenas, io bolb language.-, aod an
IneaotorT to be fled in the mean time.
Estate 'of Kaabiaakai. deceased. Petition of Darid
Kabanu aad Kekini, exeewtor aod ezeeutriz of tba
will of Haabiaukai. for aeUlemant of their accounts
M aaica. Th, Coart examined and approred the
account! asd dUcharred tbe exeeator and cxecutrii
frusa fartbar reapooaibilitj ia the the mattar, aad ap
pointed tba widow Kekioi administratrix da bonis
noo, aad Alfred S. Hartaell Esq., guardian of tbe
minor daacktar liarie, to file a band ia tba turn of
Gaardiaaabip of Hark Robinaoo, Rebecca Robin
son, Luct Robiotoo and Joho D. Robioaon. Petiiioo
of Cartii V. Ward. Samuel C. Allen and Mark P.
E veins oo. Execatort of James Robiotos, deceased,
SHINN & CO.
NILES, ALAMEDA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA
a It!i: PROPRIETOR 0 1 11 It, lOB
39 ALE. in larfte or smalt uaii lit .-(, . V'
Every wiiUbaateiI variety of
AppJf, Cherry, Ploni. Nn-tarine. Peach, rtuae. Crab,
Apricol, Iear, liuinc; Fig. etc., etc.,
NUT-BEAR INC TREES !
Almond. Koctbh Walnut. English Filbert, Chestnot.
Black Walnut, Butternut, Pecan, etc., etc.
Currants, Blackberries. Grapes, Ruspberriea, Goose
berries, etc, etc. ; Also, Peraluunoo (Japan and Native;,
Loqoat, raw-Paw, Co rob.
KVKRI.RKElfB. and other Shade or Ornamental Trees
EUCALYPTUaIUoe Gem) In rariely. Pepper Trees,
Cvpreas (Yellow and Uooej), lines, Catalpa, Magnolia,
Tamarind, etc., etc
SEMI-TROPICAX FRUIT TREES,
Orange Lemon, UUne, etc, etc
Roses & Ornamental Shrubs & Plants in
Catalogue and Price list, can be obtained on application
to Mesars. 1 ra.KK. Ilonolulu. who alU rrcrJvr
and forward orders for trees, and to waom parxaenta
of DtDs can be made. Im-1S
4 K ri.K.lIOK A- 0.. uotlty the public that
all accftunts due to their Fort Street Store must be
paid to Mr. Simon Grant at sa d stre or at their Office,
Lower Store and all accounts due to tbelr Nnuaiiu street
Nuire njust IV paid to Mr. S. L. Lwh at said sure or at
OBice, as aliove, none SjM are authorixed lo slffn recelpLt
or to ruli-vt debts on their account, except J. I'. Green-Ksq-t
Honolulu, fitb. November, ISTS. 617-lro
a MM.IMHO I.VVOS FOR PKAITS:
V t'irt- crops yt-arlv. Apply ti Mr. FMesaaM Nuu
ami Valley Wood I'lanraUoo. olii-iui
H KOR THE TEIKH Ol" FIVE YEARS OR
jjf ttn-rt-, my shares in the Moioaahui Ltud. Uia.i.l of
nT stian' In land, formerly belonaTimr to II. A. Wlde
nu.nn. and two share In the laud, formerly heloruzlii.; to
DC J. W. Smith of Koltia KauaL On thU land tlw-re are
two wooden bulldirien, dwetlliip. and cooking buiiA-a, and
a lanre enclosnre, fenced with koo1 fence. It is jrood land
for any purpose, with prlviletrt- u- get out Arewuod, .v .-.
Ac. Persons wishing to leaa.- th above land, ran obtain
It with or without ten oreleveti pair of working oxen, and
al-o other cattlf, aa cows, steerss etc, also two OX carts,
chain", yoke-, Ac. .
For fnrthtT i-trf n-ulars apply to John Mitchell of Motoaa
Kautil ur to Walluku, Maul. October l-th, IST6.
6li lm A. SMITH.
To Let, Lease or for Sale.
o IE : lSO A RLE Tilt Ms A (l)M.
E-NT Fatuity resitlence.
Sovornl BTiilciliig Ijots.
JAMF-S 8. LEMON.
For particulars apply lo
For Sale or For Lease
A HAXIMO.HK orTAt.t; I'M ASANT-
ly Ittcatt d, with ganlnn. Ac, cou taiulnc parlor, tliree
iMvlriHuiif. two el-.fwts, dining room, kftrhen and
pantry, ttathroon., servants house, carriage houae and
sLable. all very convenient, and in perfect order. Applv lo
N1 tf Mn.'OSTAN(iENVALl. M.I).
Offer for SaLe
IvTESW OOODS !
Now being Discharged from the
HAWAIIAN BK. R. C. WYLIE,
Just Arrived flom Hremerliaten
Consisting of a Full Assortment !
ENGLISH, GERMAN & FRENCH GOODS
Iu Large Variety, Such as
IV EH' ST ILK FA IV FY FUINTN, Fl itM-
TIT It E PRINTS, C-iniry Prints, QhifqttB Prluu, Jkc.
Drown, Blue and White Cntton-j tft Prills,
Strlpi-d htsntfltt, Kceattas, Tickings, Italians,
Mcnnoes, Meltons, WatcrprirOfs, IJneii Itrlils,
Molpsklns, luting, lluuttug. Blue,
Whit1 and Scarlet Flannels, French Dress tioods,
French Mefiuoeaand Muslin de Lalne, Manieilles,
WMfa and Fancy Flannel Shirts, French IVIt Hals,
Cud. i -1. i : Silk, Woolen and Cotton ; Pea Jackets
l.edsproads, Drawers, Woolen Blunkets,
Cotton Ulajikels. Horse UlankeLs, blue and gray ;
A EARUK VARIETY OF 3VEWF.ST .STY I.EM
Carriage (Covers, Cmhrellas and Parasols,
Artificial Flnwi-rs, Mtk Itlbhons, fiartent, Aprons.
Child's ILhmIs and Itnnnets, Baby's nibs,
Child's Piquet Dresses, Ladles' Lace Bonnets,
Brushes, Frilling Shirts. Collars and CulTS, Belts,
Isodles' Combs, Chignons, Buttons. Holscry, Nwktles,
LfeSsW Newest cHtrli- Paris Hats, trinnned : Slips,
St?arfs, Ilandkerrbb'fs, Frnnrh Suspenders,
A Fine Aasortnit-nt of Jewelry, Bracelets, lUngs,
Watch Chains, Sleeve Buttons, Necklaces, Brooches,
HAIR OILS AND POMATUMS,
Finest RlUftClt and Toilet Articles from Paris,
Lultin's Extract, lUmmets Pliflocome,
Wanted to Borrow,
AT 10 I'KB (FJfT. imt nnntim
Hi-- a.-i-iirtty Li a luri- tr.u-i or Liml
tin-I'lultts tirar the cllv. Principal oMrct 111 borriiw-
Ina is t linpruvr tin placv. Inquire of
811 If J. p. i;REKN.
tiif. not si: t. t i i.i.Y ort'i'PlKit
I by y r. S. M. tarter, altuatml at the corner of Pal.ce
Wall: ituil rniit'libowl Sta. Posaeaaion Klven Imnie
rtlutely. Apply at the
Siw 5ui MAItSlIAI.'H OFFft K
t UK TI RED
o. riNiuinm & lu.,
HUM. HAWAII. M
B0LLES & Co., Agents, 3
H I HuNilLDLIT.
i iu -
THAT 1)1 Silt Villi: 11 EC E OF la A NO
Ivinn between the properties of Messrs. Mct'ully,
Whitney. Mrs. ChumhtTl.-tin ami l'iin:ihiu, and
huvinir a frnntiuri' of ninrly half a inllr on tht Metralf
Itond lo Manoa Valb. There are 27 arns la the plt'cn,
14 acres nf it line laVM laud, suitable for suburban r'sl
d"nces, and the balance, II acres. Is suitable for trees
anil pasfp I-- There Is a am ill dwelliutr hons and a
wi-IIof witer mi Ihe hu-ii. This oift-rs u tine opportunity
to purchosea homt-strad. Inquire of
Ift-tf J. POIITKR OftKKN.
RECIPROCITY CASH STORE !
NO. 73 FORT NTREET
tue mini, it m i: win. BE POCNl)
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Class and Plated Ware
Violins, (lultars. Flutes, Melodcnns, (land Omrans,
Accordeons, One Tyrollan (.uitar, Violin Strings,
Children's Instruments, ItnVn and Other Toys, t utlery.
Pictures mil llcture Fmmes. Needles, Spool Cotton,
Linen Thread, Saddle (.Irths, Spurs. Stirrup Uathers,
Slrftesand Slate Pencils, Looking fi lasses. Purses,
Wrapping Paper, Colore! ani White Printing PnpT,
Feather lmsters. Candles, Shot, Corks, Fresh Blacking,
Handsome Flower Stands,
Fine Havana and German Cigars !
Oenuine Briar aod Meerschaum Pipes,
13 u n i n c s s H o o lc h
Copy Books, Pocket Books, Pencils, Meat Safes,
Cuisines a la Minule, Bags anil Bugging,
French Sardines, PBttis Pois, MiHhroouis, Prunes,
Tsttcs, Tunny, In oil; Olires, French Table Fruits, In
Capers, French Mustard. Vinegar,
lre.scrved Oerraan Vegetables and Fruits, In tins ;
Oandles, Camphor, In Ulass ;
WINE AND L.IQOR8
Marbl & Co's, OUrd PupuLs A Co.'saud
Hennessy's llramltrs, in cases;
Port Wine and Sherry, Hock Wines,
Best Scblfilam '.In, In Stone Jan,
French WHtB Wines and Clarets,
MINET JEUNE'S CHAMPAIGN
Carte Blanche, Carte do'r & Carte noir
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
4.1m 1 11. IIOI'FSt III.AK:l.K A ( O.
Columbia River Salmon.
UWKIVE0THH BAT PER Falkiubers"
II tlayn fruui 1'urUoiiil,
Hill f Ix-UTi'ls ditto illlto.
Ilalfliurrela No. 1 BaVLtto!,.
For sale bv
July, 187. (f.0l) IK 1 1 I.I S A ...
Tin: IMH.itSK.M:iim. Jt ST aavUVBB
per Mail frum tlie celebrated
iks(ow Iron Works of
Messrs Mirfeqt, Tail, and IValsoa,
Exact partlrtilara of the mat of
Of serentccn different capacities ranging
1CS0 lbs. Snjrar in 10 Hour at a Cost of 270,
go a First-elasa Varnant Pan Plant
to Hake 12 Tout of Ssinr in 10
Ilonn at a Cost or 4.470,
dellTcrod In tilasffoir.
The midenigned are prepared to recelre orders for
inch machinery, and lo arrange tor freight oo aam to b
shipped by a ft ear Iron Clipper Ship now builJlng
In the Clyde of iooo tons burden, to
jLeare Glasgow on or abont the I3tb ol
N B. Orders for all kinds ot Machinery and other
European merchandise to be shipped by the aboTe vessel
should be sent to tbe undersigned daring the month of
September or .not later than October 10th. tr Itaie or
freight arranged for.
Wt-m F. T. IaEXEIIAS at Oo.
iuliahte f..r Birthday, Wedding ( hrtstmas Presents.
Jewelry, Ternirotta Ware. BnaUM Goods,
Bruckcta, Air Castles, Fancy Soaps, Vases,
a-day, SO hour, and ralcudar (! --.
3 Fine French OKI (.locks, Atomizers,
Boys Tool Chests, Tobacco Boxes,
Deceptive VTlue (abuses, Bags.
Pcrtfolios, Music Kolls, Valises,
Scopes, Sterescnpic Vies,
(lilt. Card and Cabinet Frames,
llaud .in I Combination Mlrron,
Ooe. Two A Three Shelf, Book Shelves, Etc,
THE ABOVE OOODS A HE MARKED ON A
UY rn.'IS UM; NTKICTl.Y CAMII
BlUm A. I.. SMITH.
RECEIVED BY LATE ARRIVALS,
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
American and English Books
OFFICE STATIONERY Ac, Ac, Ac.
C1AP PAPKR, 1.1 (.Al, CAP, LETTER AND
New Styles thin French fitter and Note Papers,
Envelopes of all Htylea,
Blank Books. Mrmoraudlum Books,
PiX'ket Knives and gold pens.
Oval and Square Itcture Frames,
SCRAP and POSTAGE STAMP ALBUMS,
Stereoscopes ami Stereoscope Views
Letter Clips, Book Slates,
(Bass Metal an.i ( - 1 1--r Traveling Inkstands
( hoi' e Wood and Pearl OlhVe Inkatands,
Fine Wallets, Purges and Bugs,
PAPIER MSCHE AND MOROCCO PORTFOLIOS!
Pfarl and Ivoleh Card OHM,
Jitter Copy Iktoksand Brushes Cop ring Paper,
tactter Press. Mathematical Instruments,
flreen Spectacles. - Porket Cnmpasaea.
Chess Men. lomiiia-js. Cnbhoge Boards,
Children's Alphabet Blocks.
Eye Glasses, Reading Glasses,
Tortoise Shell and Buffalo-horn setts.
Quill and Wood Toothpicks.
ateel Pens ulllott's. Perr's and other makers.
Crystal and Diamond rubber.
Ivory Papr Knives and F.rssor,
Ink Kxtractgrs ami i -uiv',
Mlcrosrf,p-s. Wood and Kubber Rulers.
WRITING DESKS. A FINE ASSORTMENT
STaT All orifi-rs promptly flllsd. -sa
H. .It. WHITXF.T.
SAM'L G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer KILATJEA!
Sailing Days as per Schedule !
Unless Olharwiaa Adrirtiaad.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND.
wrrn oFFicfrwir.rER Co.
California Lime & 'White Brother'
ENGLISH POBTLA5P CEJTEST-Beat qual
ity. Fortalaba- HIj B0LLE3 CO.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
On FRIDAY, Nov. 17,
At Imir-pn.t a tUBa at Walraroon.
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints. Muslins, Lioen Drills.
Browo Cottons, Whits Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
llarrard Shirts, Fancy Flannel Oversfairts,
Turkiah Towela Tor llaihina;,
tilanketa, White Shirt. Auinakeaa; Denitna,
Amoakeas Stripca, Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Merino and Cotton raderahirtj.
Fail and straw Hats, '.adieu' float,
Meu't Socks, Bridles aad Bits,
Lie, Kic, Etc.
By C. M. BARTOW.
r o c e r i e Si
Tcaat Powder, Sardines, Wrapping Papr,
Soda Cracker,, Clothes Pins, Uaal,
Bacon, Candles, Pickl.a, Tobacco,
Cigars. Fine Tea, Ojatert,
Salt, Pea Nut Oil.
Wash Blue, Pain Killer,
Brown Sugar, Crushed Sugar.
ernia1 t !, 1. 1 llrntatl. pta. ate i'
And l'i i li Apples nnd Peatra,
per Culirornia Mteanter.
F V. ADAyit. Anrfr.
Tin, I w'll-niti'l ami Snltitblr- Ntore
fur a ivutl or wbuleaalo bualneaatn Odd Fellowa
Hall. Apply to
W. C. PARKE, "I
J. O. CAKTKR. iTruateea.
Or at. S CLEUftOIIN.J
nonolulu, OcL :i, H7. tli-tf
NSW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
1. hla placu orbualiiena U bLi
NEW BRICK STORE, NUUANU STREET,
Near the corner Of Kins, beja to notify the public
that be keep on band
.A. Larjre IS took
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING.
Also, a Ktne Assortnienlof
Ready Made Ladies1 Wear!
Klc., etc, etc.,
The piifille will do well lo give me
ut riniaiiiable prlcra.
call, oa I aell Goods
F. L LENEHAN & CO.
From tbe A 1
British Barque fa noma
AND OTHKIl LATE ARRIVALS,
Consisting of the following Machinery :
3T" i t.'o Stoam Olartfloral,
400 and 500 Gallons.
A MM) ASSDItl. fl I.WVOItE OF S.tllTII
A . I I. I. si i.ol.s s
Celebrated Cooking Stoves
BBLS BEST WHITE CEMENT!
Beat Scotch Bar Iron, assorted slaes ;
Best Scotch Hbeet Iron, aaaorted abut ; Pig Iron,
i PAINTS AND OILS!
Tins White IaCd, Tina White Zinc I'.ti-i t.
Tina tJenulne Red I
Tine Black and Bine Faints,
Drams Boiled Unseed Oil.
FIRE BRICKS, SQUARE AND ARCH I
HIS I' III. t ( It SHI III I III I,,
lll r M'KAM CO A I,.
Fenclna; Wire, aaaorti-d Rltus, anuealed and ffalvanlied,
Galvanlzeil Bocheta, aaaorteil alaea.
A General Assortment of Supe
Fancr Drllli'tiR-, Fancj Print. White Cottons,
Handkerchlefa, (linirhama, Costnmes. aaaorted.
Tweeds, aaaorted : Broadcloths, Coatinge
AlaW), A Fl'IaL A SHO HTM E NT OF
Caaea Hetdaeiek'a Champaftne, piata aad qaarta
Maakete Lawrence'a Chaatpaxna, pta ana ya,
Bajketa Lawrrnce't nhampaa;ae, extra dry,
Caaet Henneatj't Brand;,
Caaaa Martell'a tit Ifrandj,
Caaaa Planat'a 1S63 llrandj,
Caaea Small Genera,
Caaea Beat Geneva.
Caaea Beat Old Tom Gin.
Caaaa Beat Kinaban'a L friah Whiakej,
Latea Uunrille lnab wbiakej,
Beit Scotch Whi-kej,
Quarter Caaka Beat llenne.'a Pala Brandj,
Quarter Caaka Beat Martell'a Brand.
Uaarter Caaka Jamaica Rntn.
BEST AMERICAN WHISKIES !
Occidental, Hermitage and O.P.C.
Caaaa Beat Pala Sherry,
Caaaa Beat Old Port,
Quarter Caaka Pale Sherry,
Qnartar Caaki Irish Whiikej,
McEwan's India Prda Ale,
Pint! and Qaarti.
India Pala Ale, pinta aad qnarta,
Bate A Ca't India Pala Ala, pinta aad qnarta,
Orange Bitten, in caaea,
Boatelteaa A Co'a 1, 2, 3 aad 4 diamond Brandj
Caaaa Baperior Veraoath.
Caaaa Fokar'a Bitten, Caaaa Superior Claret,
Ac., Aa., Ae.
Caurew M-EWAJTH XXX WTOTT. la atone Joaje,
PINTS AKD QUA ftTH.
LENEHAN . CO.
At ih- Store- af
Messrs. F. A. SCHAEFEB, & CO.,
Tuesday and Wednesday next,
Xaar. 3la aaaal JSd. at 10 o'eleark A. t..
The Cndaraifned la inatraetrd to offer for Sale at
A Large and Well-asst 'd Stock of Goods
Engliah Fancjp Priaat.
nieaehed and unbleaehed Cottona. Drille. Saining,
Ticking,, Demma. Viataria Lawaa.
Maraeillu, Jacconett, Quiltingi, He.
Brown and White Socka, Ladiea' Stncklagi,
Cotton, Merino and Wooleo Uaderehirte,
Woolen Shirta, Children. Ifaoaa,
Babiea Woolen Shoee, Shawla.
Black and Pancj Col'al French Merin".
Black Cobonrga. Twilled and Printed Flaanelt,
Canton Flannel, Bina Plaanal, matarproof.
French Silka, Woolen Barege, Rleen Crapa,
Hi- n v Kibbed Malaaklaa, Vaehemere.
CassiBf res, Droadclotb and Uoeskins,
Italian Cloth, Linen Sheeting.
Iriah Linena, Lining. Netttnga,
Hone Blanket. Cotton Blaakata,
Linen and Cotton Thread.
Caaaimere and Buck, kin Saiu.
hilk and Cotton and Linea IlandkercMeAv
llamaak Xapkina and Tableoloiha,
Saddles and Bridles,
Leather and Woolen Girtba, Leather Strap.
Pocket Kniree. Auatralian Corkeerewe,
Black Paint, Salt Water Soap, Fancj Soap.
Bl KLAPW IN VARIETY.
Rice Bag. Mat Baga, Manila Rope.
Chinoae Matting, Oiloloth, Umbrellae,
Lead Pencil. I. R. Cosba. Trunka, Satchel.
Needle. Fishhook, Carrie Comb.
Hone Brutbe, Candlestick,, Wrapping Paper.
Smoking Tobacco, Cigars a Cigaritoa
A SHALL LOT OF
Tt O O 1Z RIES,
German Pale Ale,
Sherry, Sauterne. Tokar.
Thia Sale will offer a fine npportaaite' to dealora ta
complete their Stock, and the tanaa will ha aaoat raa
aonabla. C. 8. BARTOW,
Mortgagee's Sale of Real Estate,
KU KANAKA, HONOLULU
sta wif-. f
Iinmaxit t- a power of aale -ntunifl in a
caiV rl-wl. datnl Um lwnty -econ-l day ol
iiia-lf Ii-iwi'.mi Wiin.nn ('. Rnm and Katll
the lint part, and William (J. Ilrxwh the
recorded in I . ' r 4?. on : s- - 'SI", and 27'
Mr. L'. J. Bartow In lu.itructed to aell at hte
On Friday, - - - November 24,
At 12 o'clock noon.
All (hat Land in Knkanlca, in Honolulu,
Oahn. Wine part nf Koleana hem UM, Royal Patent 5f.
and decrlWd as follows :
hotiniuka ma ke kthl akan, o kela, a e holn Hem 41"
lltklna 1-7 pan It u. e pill mo ko Manuel Joaepti. aiatla lie
IBS at tl' Kom 122 paakn me ko kela alua mm ke ikaiwot
I.lllha, alalia ban .71 ' .10', Kom 4A puucu llema .VS Som
aiiku aknii I I Ziv, K".ii 71 iMiiku, pill una me
Hal.,.. aiallM Akan. tW IV Illklna 11.1 pauku nia Hauhau
kol.a be .IS 3-iu 111 a pan I ka boomaka ana.
Together with all Bnililinys and Improve
TERMS CASH One Quartrr ol amount hid to W paid
by purchaser to Aurtiunvr upon th fall of Um baininer.
A l tract of Title may be wen at -als Boon.
For further ptirth ulars apply to
S3 Port Street, or U taw Auctakwrvr.
Schooner at Auction.
On Saturday, Dec. 2,
At- U o'eloek Xoon,
At Tibbetta A Fareoaon'i Wharf, will b acid at Pab
The Sflir. Jimiiiln,
Of SO Tana flnrthea,
Inventory t ba aeen at falea Room.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auotioneer.
Mortgagee's Sale of Real Estate,
Kauwalaa, Manoa, Oahu.
In pnnnanee with a power of eale contain..! ia a
certain mortgage deed, dated tne 7th day af March,
13711, made between Kealohapauole (w) aad Kihat,
bar huaband, of tbe ona part, and II. R. llolliater ot
the other pare, and recorded in Like 46 oa naaaa
IV7 and IDS. Mr. C. S. Bartow U inatructcl ta aall
at hi rooms.
On Saturday, - - December 2d,
At II o "cloak Nona,
All that Land in Kauwalaa,
MANOA VALLEY, OAHU.
Being all the land described ia Ratal Paint, X.
709, and described therein as follow ;
E hoomaka ma ka kihi komohana o keia aiaa, a
pili aaa i ko fiapoko a m ko Kaaakaiki aiaa, a a
bolo ak. 40 IV bik 8 12 1M kaasV, ma ko .Nap..k .
a i ka pohaku ma ke kihi a na loikalo. alalia ak. 41 a
-10' bik. 2.80 kaal., ma ka N'apohw kihi. alalia ak.
TH bik. 1.80 kaal. ma ko Jfapoka i ko Kaaua. alalia
hem. 28 bik. I kaal., aa kn Kaaaa I kaaa kiki
hema. alaila ak. ii 1 3 hik. 4 kola, aaa ka Kaaaa i
kona kihi hikiaa, alaila ak M 3 3' kaa. M paaku
ma ko Kaaaa i ka klbl beao o ko Kealeha, alaila ak.
210 ,5' bik. 253 kaal. aa ko K .aloha I kona kihi
hik., alaila hea. 63 9 bik. M paaku aa Kakaio. (aa
i: Kanaina) i kihi akan o ko Kailtuli aiaa, alaila aaa.
21 15' kom. 4.15 kaal. aa ko Kailtnlt. alaila kaa.
59 30' koa. 2.70 kaal. aa Aawaiaal I ka kiki at. a
o ko Kailileibfwa aiaa, alalia bam. 541 9 koa.
2.-18 kaal. aa ko Kailileibiwa aiaa. alaila b 42 3 34'
kom. 1.80 kaal. ma ko Kailileibiwa i ka pokaka,
alaila haa. 24 3 30' koa. 1 kaal. kka pokaka. I ka
kihi akaa o ko Ileolo aina. alaila be 48 30 koa.
ma ko Heolo 1 kona kibl koaobaaa, alaila ak. la
30' koa. 3.08 kaal. ma ka papohaka aawataa a kaia
a me ka Kala o Kaakaloaiki (no KaaaaaJbij a bik i i
kahi i hoomaka ai.
Catataialtasr 3 vx-ioa A area.
ILL THE BUILDIieS I ISPROVESEITS THEREON.
For further particulars appljr to
RICH. F. BICKUTOX,
Aitoraejr far Mbrt(aa;a,
Corntr of Port and Matehaat St...
Or la Ik Aaetraaeer.
More Lime !
BO 1. 1, r.w at .. HATE a R4TEI Tea Bar tba
Mnnay - aad - U. B. B akssta,
Valuable dwelling and Storehouse:
AT KAU, HAWAII.
nHHE i wDCKtf.ris uri r.R fob bale
a on liberal trraia. tar Mlbc boaee. liiaw aaa
out bouara latrlr oecna44 bj- "t. Caaea. aimaiii M K
loala, Kan, Hawaii, toirrth.r with th iraa. ot th band em
which thr are atnatnl. hartna; arTea reat to raa fswaw
Urccmber "hid . I?,
Tne prrmsara arc to rrxl rr pal
tssjeon sMaatkm for ' assaa
w. c. jositaL
w. a iOMtB.
., Eiamlor of ta sTstata ororana
IKwoiola. Oclotoer tu, UTS. , , ,