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J70.V0X.DXC; OCTCEKR nth, IKTT.
1T bare Iw (wrltm arrivals to report durlor.the.week,
ra . bar. w 21 Stayer frota Sao Francbco. wlih ceoeral
. Aplaa from a trading voyage
ackr I am Iron, San FraBdsca, with general merchandise and
aaasl. ST 3S taatotacAIp JamrvUrwn from a croise; aclir
LUrt Iran a tria; vcysf to lie Arctic with oil, Lent,
Tit 4efrte?t fsr Ibe nuc Trtad bare been tw, Tiz :
tart Xatti XaeSeay fr Portland, and ar.br Joacjih Koolley
far tbe waa J daa4.
"XW m tarts fjwrwt. at valorem on nearly all
famm aat eaaae as4er Ibe Keetprortty Treaty Iim cone
SaSa aMiMi laat. It l tieedleas to add that this
t la t. sua ylir law r coaeta ben.
Mnmtbhwt tew Griheler Oenerar ataUntesttX
wawaa SW tba taat quarter S4 coaipared with the eorree.
f last year. Alae af tba nioe moethi
aJraaSyvsrtrai at 1EI aa empire! with lie una pcrlial
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ear Harr KISra, Kaaami. from IIHo. Hawaii.
AM a sTa Strata. ICearuM, from
II whr Csuu, raaabtwa. from Kona. IlanralL
feabr 1tx Mavritl. Craae. from Labalaa.
Xm .cfcr baWa. Dester, fnna Arrlk.
It TJ rajJilp Jmmlawii, Ol.u, f ram crulie.
hakr KrCaalaakl. Mtialbl. trata IInlfL
ir KaavMCabl, Cutt. fram EanaL
M Sebr W H Merer. Brtwa. II dar from San Fran.
rfer FetfT Qoera. Beat, f rwa Kobala.
rr labl. ttaaiua. f rate Cebala
Srbr Prmee. Daele. fra Ci .t Kas, Hawaii.
Ea Mai, R'rvoU.. from KaanUL
geSir IwatfawaaSs 3&ua, fram CabIa.
lAtSi.. SbrrSteri. from WloJrirJ Torts.
MrSMriua ipw. Waefca. freai FauDiut Is.
aebr Caa, ta44ra. IS dirt fraai Saa Fraadeco
fcobr Xuaeund. Pake, frao XaaHiwIH.
JC aebr Karlaa. Cbrbttaa. from And VCalmea.
r Waliete. KaUaaa, from M alike.
K AT. LCD.
Xtet MMbr H8 Morris, KnUiaaal. fr MatokaL
B Kattae Xmxlnj. Pare, far rortlaDd.
Sear WuMe. Kalacw. ir JJ.Hko.
Safar MaaMKaaal, l.t. far SawiHwOL
iMbr Arfb Kalaa far Kae.
MalT Ole" Kaalna, Tar KHo.
IS Srbr Marr Ellen. Kaaiaa. rr IIHo.
6ebr KaltaataaM. MalarM, it llaaalet. I'aoal.
ivfcr Nettie MerrUI. Oraar. far Labalaa.
Am ajbr Jaaea Uojllet, far Coaaa letand.
febr Taeet.bi. Oarir, for KaltMwal, Kaoal.
Sfctt Cttania. raaabfwa. far Kabala.
SlavacOiawal, rate, fr XawWaHL
BUar Ut.Bte. SbejAerd. for tVluJa.rJ Portl.
riWSCLS lA IOKT.
SwAiT)f'raiiBal Api.at, Werba.
HaM1 Jala M aer. Arery, Idling.
M ohr O SI Ward. Kiac
Am 2scAi m Caoaosa. lltiter. dischtrciBC.
Ae acbr LoieU Sealer.
Aw ut6o! Haroey. Tripp.
Aea Saasied Coa. dUeharzlar.
An aebr V H Kryer. Bntwn. KKbarttatT.
As Hut Meatier. Kaer
Asa feC Sum Nerada. IJHrtr. dbcbarglor;.
Am Sta. J A ralknvarc Uabbart, duebsTKlnr.
Aa Onward. EWrUce.
SC S C Wjttee. Jiecterjicc.
Freotb warWte 14iafer, Gwoauander roech.
TJ SraeaeacaSMO Jaiaeetaa a. CfaananderQIaet.
acrurer Aa acma Lmjcta, Sum, MeiTsa. Lett
Boaalals tar tor A rtaic K7 lb, whb llrbt wioie and pteatant
veaberaltbeaarcox 2Kb. Bade tbe ice In Uu 57 40' N,
Sent lit 3' C fxuad ibe ice bearr and ckaclr packed,
xjTOMd aoa to Ibe saalward ttotill June 64b. then Cadlnc tbe
Ma oaeraapea weac fc. after ibe drat day fjuod Ibe
jeeDfceorm. wanted tbrcorbaod came intaopen water la
ABaMaa Keai IJit, at Uarraa liar aid Indies Point Ibe
aborts ice; 1Kb. Dtomrdea and Cape Eut faiad
nwiehlhiieliw rjoanur of See la tbia aidoiij, aaw aile a
in. ul aeomoere af.er tbia: from Ktb la tbeZTlb
aaw coaaHlv C aS.Va ablle I) tor at Cane Eaet, the Bailees
ootajmiled ta'bWnc ttiae. hpoLe aod berd from mrlooi to
Aaao4 taitbc Mtaainr reaeeia: Barbs Prorefa,6M watrail
TMecsa tmr. aW ooj Merrery. &30 do; FVrroce, MO do and
3 aale. Cooias. Sao da and I wbalrs; Helen Mar. 104 do and
- wbaSK Xt WaSaeloa. Mat ana 1 wbln; W A
aa Ureeac 10Sd9 brtr W II Allen. 100 do,
Z&30 taa booe aod bOOOirorr, abe was boirdrd between
ul Cape PnoBeof Walea y native, from Cape Vork.
aoi aiftelaptoi ta Be lirre u obtatn ttqaoreand toh.coo,elc.
11 tber avererremlaed by tbe rapuin, officers and crew, la
naltUttaS and beet orerboed. aid tara tbe brlc'a crew
nK Rlntww. KStpnn,
a- o aoS t whi'ii Ttrre Brotbera. MObbnoO. Barke
" ... nu anS Laral Tender wen at M LawreQCe Bay. wait.
mure law I traaa tbe mbalera, bu as yet two bad
Iijtf SIW JtatBOae aOB iira BniuNi mw uui ui ,iniw
i- Lent Tender Left bl Lawrence Bay Act 1st
soe IVw Bay a Ibe Tib arririnx at IVtropanlriitki totba
xat and aaikt mrsin nm Ibe btb epiberi Uatcbioraoo. Kole
Cot acler ClacoM aa4 attar Alexander were at
tbe fartaer mxt ta Bobia'a U'aoi. Ocbeatk tea. tbe
salacruaablscAaaFraBCiwooDtbealb Tba abeling buk
IBM n. at rctropaul taakl aboal tlie middle of J one to art a
jwraaa a.talels tbtOekoa k tiea, bot eonjd Dulrnll aa
abarr area neaatBorcy to lira It. Tbe oattrra 00 Bebrinr'a
Jlaa2 (acod a Ije " while at.fb diihed aaborc.lbey
eMalon!aAoottabUaaa,aadaklpprd by steamer Alexander.
The waubtr Cfcracxbenl tbe eason baa bees aery nii J and
pmttuti. Cnaoad tbe MeridiaB In i 50' N'i ootheMik
oate acbr frrtnc Mfet. cater bsater. from ucbartk faa, wttb
soaeoaralias tba oaaaav Frua 1st 10s .N,li:0- W,
btebtwtoca trooi 6sW ta EiEt been S3es from
aad tbeway Took the tridts
aatatxf" 3,tron tbeoot to port bad slroox trades.
Tmm tTindarard porta, per Likeiile. Oct IS. 0 II Ko
and ofbtMr. ltrs J oatya. Sfxt Saater and etnebter, Mr
Xaataa. W Hart. Him L Cjbios.a. it Us E Wrtcbt, U
"W S CoraeraO. G Armstronr, Strs 3 vv Osy and
sjbd. 3r Caaaaiopilo ad aoa. Kia 2tabaolelaa. J VT Kaloa,
Jabs yaroawortb. and tS dect
For Wlolward pata. per iatrlike. Dct IS II A Fierce,
Xn Maasarrat aad aosv Mis A Balwtn. Kla Kabaalslna.
JaAr CajatupiU aad too. C Af joe. J W Armitaa. W II
Canwelt. r Jtte8i. and wits. S L AtuUn. F
fetaas, rUIenrf, E J Baldwin, T W Amulxooc. and
? ootb: foaaoactn.
rrw. Bcreta, par fcbtaa Monitor, Out In WOJ m
IMS Ikata. aad ZSWH ft redwood. Inabar.
SairroaSUa, r Ka.ada. Oct tons
Far FaKUai. per bark M stile Marleay, Oct 3. 6i4 eatll
csoaatrat aO. a . I7K lbs rasr.
Fiw Fraadaco, per KBC Jlorray. Oct 0 104 bncht
bsosaaa. 3tbs Cisffee. to Ms coataklas. 4309 calls soobuees,
CSSt lbs pais, 13SO00 lbs rice, SMSS lbs
iFisr aa traaeUn. per AcstnJia, Oct S,t cs awa, TT5
vsBcaa, 0 c ojJara. inilT lbs paddy. SM0 lbs peanau,
SiCoD lbs rice, SrtoM lbs stjrar, 1 cs sccxr cane, 1 trunk
rFIXSES 3IOUST. In tats city, un Oct to, by Bar.
lit. Blaoabasra. Jafea WlUua PIrr to fcmlly amy
SWsata llMar UwCat. Jf.Ct. of JtHboornt. Aastralla.
J.JTT U1 city. Oct II, by the Ear.
IkaVt, htr.J. IL LcTtJ.y tattiss Juliette Bwixht.
SOXES OF XUK WEEK.
t3F" Steamer City of Sydney Is dne to-morrow
t3 There will bo a meeting of the T. M. C. A.
On Friday evening St the Lyceum
HP Tbe Furniture Sale atMcIotyre's new store
on Fort 8treet will be held on Monday, October 23.
Receptios at the Palace. The officers of the
Frcuch War Ship Llmier were received by Hit Majesty
at Iolaul PaUce on Tuesday last the Ulh Inst.
tsf The scboouer W. IL Meter which arrived
on Saturday last had a sijleudid run down from
Sao Francisco, arriving here In fourteen days. She
brings Su Francisco iiapers dowu to Sept. 29lh
Inclusive, bat no niiiL
TucMiOEi Costuotirst. It will be observed
that "Lord Macaaley'a New Zealandcr" replies to
his atsallants In to-day's Gazette. We do not see
that much guod is to bo atulned by prolonging this
dUciiSelon beyoud Its present limits.
Moonlight Coicnius is Emma Squake The
band under the direction of Mr. Bcrger will give a
concert In Emma. Sqnaie be
evening at 7f o'clock; also on Sjtnrday eveuiug at
the saute hour and place instead of at the usual
hour on Samrday afternoon.
Asotueb Meeting is the Ciiiccs Test. Religious
acrvices under the charge of tbuTouns Men's
Christian Association, will be held In the circus
tent on Ibr Eiplauade, on Sunday evening next at
7f o'clock. The public aie cordially invited to To
S We desire on behalf ol ourselves and our
compositors, to thank our friend Mr. Divlgbt lor
the supply of delicious wedding cake sent to our
oQce on the occasion of his daughter's marriage.
We hope the luture life of the newly married couple
may be as fall of happiness and good luck as
the cake was of plums.
Of" The French Commissioner and Madame
Ballleu gave a reception yesterday alternoon, at
their residence on Beretanla Street, in honor of the
V. S. Minister Resident and Mrs. Comly, and aUo
the Officers of the Llmier. The band under the direction
of Mr, were present and farulsued
the music for the occasion.
1ST Among the passengers by the Australia en
route for San Francisco on Tuesday last, was Mr.
Dampier, an actor, who with bis two little girls I
has been giving a series of perlormance, in the
Colonies and whose ability in his 'profession is very a
highly spoken ot by the press. We regret that the
steamer did not arrive at an early enough hour on
Monday to allow time to arrange a performance for
1ST The Like Ike did not return to Honolulu
from her trip to Hawaii until Monday morning.
Owing to the rough weather, Captain Shepherd did
not consider it prudent to attempt to land either
freight or passengers at Punaluu. She left at the
usual hour yesterday alternoon for the circuit of
Hawaii and will not return until Tuesday of next
week. She will then go to Kauai and return in
time to make her regular trip to windward the
week following. See new lime table.
Fate or the Wrecked By recent
arrivals we had hoped to have coufimatlon of the
report previously received, of the safety of the men,
some seventy In number, who remained over from
the wrecked whalers latt season. In this we ore
sorry to esy we have been disappointed. The Newton
Booth, whose arrival at San Francisco Is elsewhere
referred to, reports that ouly two of the
wrecked men had arrived at Point Barrow and tbat
all the rest were supposed to be lost. Tnls la however
supposition rather than certainty. It will be
noticed that the two who reached Point Barrow,
are said to have been Kanakas.
XST Our latest foreign arrivals Inform us that
Gen. Geo. B. McClellan hss received and accepted
the Democratic nomination for Governor of the
State of New Jersey. The platform laid down by
tbe Convention which nominated him, among other
things: "denounces the frauds and crimes that prevented
Tilden and Hendricks occupying the positions
to which they were chosen by the popular
and Electoral vote congratulates the people that
President Hayee found it necessary to adopt the
Democratic policy In order to command the respect
of any portion of the people, &c" George never
was ver) particular about piatiurms, 11 ne could
only get a nomination.
A Pkoufic Familt. The Worcester, Mass.,
Spy has the following account of a lamlly In Berkshire:
"Mrs. Tatro of Washington, who Is locally
notable ss the mother of25 children. It appcrrs Is only
one ol an equally fecund family. Her father's tire t
wife bore him 21 children, and his second wire five.
One of her sisters Is the mother of 10 children, and
a brother is Istber of 16. Tbe other brothers and
sisters are dead. One of her daughters has borne
14 children, another 10, and a third 7. They tell
the story, also, of one or her aunts, that In the first
three years after her marriage, which was at the
age of 50, she gave blrib to three sets of triplets.
Sixteen of Mrs. Tatro's 25 children are now living,
theyoungett five years old, the eldest 37." Iftbe
above laruilr could be Induced to come and settle
in Hawaii, It would help us materially in solving
the troublesome question of population.
Obstbcctisq the Hiohwats. Several
been made to us lately of the manner
In which mechanics of different kinds, engaged In
the construction an.! repairing of buildings, are
to obstruct the public tboroughlares. When
work of this kind is going on it is of course necessary
tbat more or less lumber and other materials
should be around, but they should not be allowed
to rrmaln In the public streets longer than is absolutely
required, and tbe parties Interested should be
compelled to place and arrange them in snch a
manner as to offer the least possible obstruction to
traveL We think It can hardly be claimed that
these very reasonable requirements have been compiled
with in all cases recently. Obslincllons of
the kind relcrred to are particularly dangerous at
night In a town like Honolulu, where tbe streets
are almost entirely uuligbted and where persoiis
having occasion to go out after dark on those nights
when the moon does not give her light, are compelled
most emphatically, " to walk by faith aod
not by sight."
Fise Pobtkait Painting is Honolulu. In the
Gazette ofSeptemberlDth we copied two articles,
from Ibe San Francisco Call and Post, describing
portraits of His Majesty and the late Prince
executed tu colored crayons by Taber & Co.
of tbat city and then on exhibition at tbe Mechanics
Fair. We do not doubt that the pictures in
question deterred tbe high encomiums bestowed
on them by tbe San Francisco papers, but we can
assure our readers tbat It Is entirely unnecessary
for them to send to San Francisco for first class
work In this line. Carelul personal observation has
satisfied us and we think will satisfy our readers as
well, tbat the work now being executed at Dick
son's gallery on Fort St. Is folly up to the requirements
of tbe most fastidious among us. Mr. J.
Hanssen, Mr. Dickson's artist has recently completed
a life size portrait ol tbe late Prince, in oil,
which combines in a high degtee tbe merit or being
a handsome picture and at tbe same time an excellent
likeness. This portrait which Is taken
length and represents the Prince in a sitting
posture and dressed in full uniform, ought to
find a ready purebsser among tbe friends and ad
mirers nf His Late Royal Highness. Mr. Hanssen
Is now engaged upon a veiy handsome picture of
His Msjesly, In water colors. This, which Is in
what artists call "cabinet 6lze" Is a duplicate of one
recently finished, with which His Msjestr was so
moch pleased that he immediately ordered live
conies to be made. Among tbe other specimens of
Mr. ilanssen's skill, to be seen at Mr. Dickson's
gallery, area very handsome cabinet size picture of
Her Majesty, in colors and two portraits of himself,
finished in India-Ink. It will repay anyone who Is
Interested la such matters, to step Into Mr. Dickson's
and see forthemselves tbe style ol work which
can cow be turned out in Honolulu.
Nests fbox trx Arctic- By tbe schooner Loleta,
Capt. Dexter, which arrived here oo Thursday last,
we have news from the Arctic whsllng fleet, tbe
details of which will be found embodied In the
report, published In another column. By tbe
W. E. Mejer, Capl. Brown, which arrived on Satar-day
from San Francisco, we have Intelligence also
of the arrival al the latter port of the schooner
Kenton Booth, forty-seven days from the Arctic,
with the following memoranda:
August 3d, left at Point Barrow the following Teasels:
Rainbow, with 1150 barrels of oil and two whales.
Three Brothers, 500 do oil.
Korma'id, 970 do oil and two whales.
Mount Wallaslon, 300 do and two whales.
Dawn, 400 do.
Florence, 1000 do and two whales.
Helen Mar, 500 do and two whales.
Paclflc, COO do.
Sea Breeze, 1000 do.
W. 11. Allen, 320 do, one whale.
August 10th, spoke, bouud op from Cape Serge:
Tlie A. W. Faruswurlb, with 320 barrels oil and
Progress, with 650 do.
Torn Pupc, 3W do and one whale.
Roman, 600 do and two whales.
Northern Lliht. 500 do.
Mercury, 1400 do, one whale.
Elizi. 650 do.
August 11th. Icy Cape was in company with
schooner Lsn, bound down to Kolzebu Sound.
August 18th. off St. Lawrence B.iv. sp..ke bark
Cleone from Japan Sea, buund to Point Barrow,
nilb 450 barrels whale oil and 125 sperm.
Angutt 25th, spoke bark Oitnaull, utTSt. Nicholas
Uland, with 50 barrels whale oil.
Only two survivors or the 70 men lost In last
year's whaling fleet reached Point Biirow. They
were both Kanakas. The balance arc supposed to
By comparing the above with the report of the
Lnleta, it will lie seen that there are some discrepancies
in the two accounts ol the catch of the various
whalers, which we presume are to be accounted
for by- the different dates un which the vessels in
question were spoken by the Lolcta and Newton
tit Editor of the Hwcaiiun Gazelle :
Sin, The communications in tbe Adecrtucr of tbe Is
nth and 13tb inttant, one signed " Manri" and the
other bearing no signature, reprefeot, by direct or now
collateral hand tbe P. C. A. editorial chair, and the
legitimate sign manual of its duality should have
been " Pegasus et Bacephalus."
It is the Aifrerlwcr'i tactics to cry Wolfl Wolfl
when they are worsted, and as 1 bare exposed the:r
presumptuous fallacies, they now seek to divert attention
from the main issae by declaring that I have
slandered the Hawaiian. Prbaw 1 Down with your
indictment in full, and I will meet its inne.
To the point. Has tbe AdccrtUer disproved my in
assertion tbat tbe Maori Is unfit and useless as a
plantation laborer? Hare tbey given any grounds
for their flaunting pretoafions that the Maori maj
induced to immigrate bither by an offer of land T
Have tbej met my indictment by anything but vituperation,
vulgarity and blackguardism ? The report and
tbey quoted from, I stated was nothing new to me.
beg to reiterate the same, I have seen " heaps of
'em," and nothing therein contained makes the Maori
suitable immigrant to these Islands, however valua
ble they may be aa local records of tbe slow transition
of the Maori from darkness unto light.
What on earth has the death of Te Moananui to do a
with tbe matter at issue, or the obituaty quoted
from t eicept to the P. 0. A. Editors who will be tbe
delighted to learn tbat he was descended from illustrious
ancestors, etc, etc. How about the lunqi to
be held over him ; a great feast and meeting uf of
tribes, who will be impoverished for the next six
months probably thereby, where each vie with the
other in Ibe eitent and value of their gifts. Does
any of this bosh, intere'ting only to tbe people and
their rulers, prove tbe Atlccrtiicr' cae? Is tbe .Ari
rertiser aware that for years one-fourth of the Maori
race has been in open rebellion, and to lht day is
isolated and bearing no allegiance to the Government
of the country. Truly a valuable field from
which to draft our immigrants I Some years agn tbe
P- C. A., in an article on immigration, stated,
Some good people go too far in their anxiety to
procure Immigrants, etc." What a change Is here I
for, now tike Jack Bunaby, they are " aficis on the
lookout for tomething in the exlrtnMl distance." Now
to tbat mendacious and malignant Maori, and those
under cover of tho "nomme de plume," wherein do
talk impniently about Mr. Williams? Why delegate
to him the task of pulling my nose, when you,
as the "champion" of the Hawaiisn race (whom you
consider slandered) have me within your grap? I
cannot better express my opinion of you tuan in tbe
words of the old song
'0, let him alone
For making a blander, or pIcktuK a bone i"
I am, Sir,
Lord Macadlet's New Zealahdeii.
Honolulu, Oct. Id, IS77.
Xelefupli .'leetinsr on .Haul.
To the Editor of tht Hawaiian Gazette:
Sir, A party of gentlemen interested in forming
a Telegraph Company met at tbe old Court-room in
Wailnku, on Wednesday evening, Oct. 10, at 7:30
o'clock. Tbe meeting was called to order by Dr. F.
H. Enders, as chairman, A committee consisting of
Dr. F. II. Enders, C. II. Dickey and B. F. Levv
were appointed t solicit subscriptions for stock.
The subscription list showed that 67 outof 100 shares
were taken nt $25 a share. The line to extend from
Haiku to Lahaina, via Makawao, Kahului, Wailuku
and Waikapu. A committee consisting '( C. II.
Dickey, as chairman, II. Cornwell and W. II. Bailey
was appointed to prepare a plan for the permanent
organization of the Company. The' meeting was one
of much interest, a strong determination being shown
to establish Telegraphic Communication on tbe Island.
There was an adjourned meeting called for Thursday
evening, Nov. 8, at the same place, when tbe election
of officers and other business will take place.
By order of the committee,
B. F. Lett, Secretary, pro tern.
General Foreign News.
London. Sept. 18. A dispaUh from Stanley announces
tbat his expedition arrived at St. Paul Be
Loanda en the 22nd of August in a boat lent by tbe
Portuguese Government. Stanlei's followers were
prostrated by dysentry, fever and ulcere.
New Tork, Sept. 17. Stanley telegraphs his arrival
at Embotna, on tbe Congu River, west coast of
Africa. The trip across Africa has been one of treat
hardship, Involving sulTerim; and death, and thirty-two
bailies, besides continuous skirmishing with
savages on the whole route. Francis Pocock, bis
English companion, died June 3, being swept over
the lalls ol a river. The liver Lualaba proves to be
tbo Curiae and has several names in its niidinir
through Alrlca. Stanley has been since the 15th or
November crossing the African coutioent, and was
three whole days ithuut food.
Tbe date fixed far tbe French elections is Sunday,
Paris, September 13th. President MscMahon's
manifesto to tbe electors points out tbat since tbe
accession to power he has, by appealing to moderato
men of all parties, endeavored to insure order nt
home and peace abroad. He has only reported to a
Iretb appeal to tbe country when this djjble blessing
to him to be compromised.
The manifesto declares that tbe question of the
form of Government is beyond d scussion. The
Marshall will cause the Constitution to be respected.
Elections adverse to fats policy would muan to aggravate
the conflict and cause agitati jn prejudicial to
all interests ; while elections lavorable to the policy
would signify the reestablishment of harinuny between
tbe public Powers. Tbe manifesto conolndes
with an appeal to the country to place its confidence
in tbe Marshal President.
Lcndon, September 18th. A Paris .correspondent
of tbe Times gives further particulars of MacMahon'a
manifesto. It is oniy preliminary, and will in fifteen
ortweuty days be followed by a thorough programme,
clearly stating the Marshal's intentions. The manifesto
tavs dissolution was necessary because the
elections of 18T6 endangered tbe prosperity of the
country by suborJinating tbe Government to the influence
of the Radical Chief, and becaute this state
of affairs was tending to establish the despotism of
the C. nvention. Tbe manifesto concludes : ''You
are told that I wish to ottrtook the Republic You
will not believe it. What I expect of you is that you
will elect a Chamber which, rising abore the competition
cf parties, will occupy iuelf with the moral
grandeur and material prosperity of the nation. If
France wishes fur tranquility and peace, we assure
her these benefits. You will listen to a soldier belonging
to no party, haviog no revolutionary or retrograde
passion and who is only guided by love of his
Urban Jean Joseph Leverrier the eminent French
Astronomer Is dead.
Calcutta, September 24. A plenteous rain has
fallen In many uf tbe worst famine districts. Agricultural
work is active, aud crops are making, rapid
progress. There can be no reasonable doubt that
the tide of the great calamity has been turned, but
vast numtiers oi tuose wuo survive actnal famine
must still succumb from their enfeebled condition.
Paris, September 18th. Le Temps states that
Prince Louis Napoleon will arrive today at the Chateau
de Deau, in the province ofNamur, Belgium,
on a visit to the Due de Fernan Nuoest. lie, will remain
there under pretext of hunting.
Paris, September 18th. GambettaandMuratgave
notice to day oi appeal irom their recent sentence.
This notice having only been given after the full
legal interval shows that tbe accused totend to
Baron Uaussmann announces his candidacy for
AJaeciu, and has received the offieial approbation of
It--. e., I..IO.L T...- ST,,- .
Ainaos, oepiauioer i.-ms mj asi reiuraeu
to Athens to oonfer with the Minlsttrt about the re-
ligusuoui eonseucut upon ins aeata ci jai. uauaru,
Russia's Disastrous Campaign-England
Chicago, September IStb. The Times' London
special says: Unless there" Is a special Interposition bad
of Providence tbe Russian Invasion or Bulgaria
Is substantially at an end. Henceforth defensive
movements will be resorted to, to escape annihilation.
England is uueasy, fearing that another
campaign will involve Germany. Earcest efforts
will be made to induce tbe Porte to offer fair terms
of peace, but the enterprise Is probably hopeless.
Russia, slier all her appalling losses, will be forced
to commeucc another campalgu where she began
it the present seasun.
The Empress ol Russia will shortly visit Moscow,
Kleffand Jassy, to Inspect the hospitals, and wilt
meet tbe Czar at Buchsrest. A telegram from
contradicts Mukhtar Pasha's report that
had been evacuated by the Russians, and says
the garrison bad been increased to twelve battalions
ol Infantry aud six squtdrons or cavalry.
London, September 5ih. A telegram from
says: The Russians are cuuUniiig
selves to a defensive attitude. The Russian
tre is bringing np artillery from Alexandropol to
defend their camp at yBaldlrvnl, In the event of
attack by Mukhtar Pasha, while on the Iclt General
Gerguka6snff Is forlililng his positions near
lgdyr to commaud the ruads leading to tbe
plains of Erlvun. .
The Ciar's Dficrmlnntlon.
At tbe Russian headquarters It la stated that no
overtures for peace will be listened to until after
some overwhelming victory, when the Czar can
dictate bis own conditions. The Russiana aie determined
to fight to tbe last, and the Czir has recently
declared that he wlllrelurn to Russia either
dead or victorious.
Eziroum, September 25th. It Is rumored that
the garrison of Ardahan lias received a
of eight battalions. The Russian centre
also reinforced, aud now contains battalions
of infantry. A pari of these reinforcements
Here drawn from General TergustnfTs lorce, which
consists only of twelve battalions.
London, September 25th. The Dally news In a
summary ol the war, considers It evident that the
has been again outwitted and bss permitted
Important aid to Teach Osmau Pasha.
Intelligence from Wilmington, Delaware, indicates
that ex-Senator James A. Bayard Is rapidly failing
physical rigor, although his mind continues as
clear as over.
A full meeting of cititena, irrespective of party,
presided orer by Mayor Augur, of Atlanta, Georgia,
extended a unanimous invitation to Preitdent llaes
Cabinet to' visit Atlanta, aud appointed a committee
of twenty, with Ex-United States Senator
Miller as Chairman, tl meet the party at Chattanooga
Uultca States Debt Statement.
The debt statement for the 1st of September shows
decrease of the debt during the previous month of
$3,B6'J, 533 75, which is considerably more than for
preceding mouth, and is due in part to tbe increased
receipts from import duties. Tbe coin in the
Treasury is set down at $IO(SI,.I04,9.!6. but how much
this is silver is not stateJ. The called bonds and
unpaid interest atnonnts to $27,411,187, and the coin
certificates to $33,525,-100, leaving $10,903,1149 of
coin at the Government's disposal. This accumulation
of specie in connection with tbe fact of a steady
decline in the price of gold, has been relcrred tu, and
with reason, by Mr. Sherman as extremely encouraging.
The outstanding legal tenders on tbe 1st were
$153,040,096, waicb includes the old demand notes.
Tbe national bank notes were $315,260,923.
Serious Fire nt Providence.
Providence, September 27th. A fire brake out
this evening iu Wuldron, Wightuian i. Co.'t building,
in the centre of several of tbe best business
blocks near the Post Office. Tbe fire spread rapidly,
and reached Ibe next building to tbe Pott Office.
All the buildings on fire are new, brick ur
stone ones', but present no obstacles to tho fire. Tbe
flames have reached the buildiug occupied bj tbe
Evening I'eeet, and the Journal office is (in danger.
The loss is already very large. The whole City Fire
Department is out. and aid has been asked of
and New York.
Providence, Septembet 27th. The Ere is probably
about under control. Buildiugs on two sides of the
'Po6t Office are destroyed, but the Government
ouilding of graclte will probably resist the' tire.
The Journal folks have moved their new type and
files, but think the danger is over. The Press fifties
is still In danger, the roof having been partially
crushed by falling walls.
Tbe First LiL'bt Infantry has been ordered ont,
and Is now gusrdlug propel ty. The worst is probably
Tbejosf, is estimated- from Incomplete relurs, at
$000,000 to $1,000; lutnrance $100,000 to $500,000.
Work Is actually to be begun the coming fall on
the tunnel under the Hudson River, to connect
New York with Jersey City.
Mrs. Moody is teaching a large Bible clais of
meu at Norlbfleld, Mass., this summer.
Miss Kellogg, the singer, announces her purpose
ol loundlng in New-York a musical college
fur both sexes.
Richmond, August 29. Senator Morton's condition
continues to improve.
GREAT FIRE INWASHINGTON I
Partial Destruction of the Patent Office !
Many Thousand or Models Destroyed.
Damage to the IIiiIldliiK, $300,000
Washington, September 21. The Patent Office is
on fire. The flames broke out in tbe Model Room,
burnt through the roof, and are biasing furiously.
All the engines in the district bavegooe.to the scene.
An immense number of valuable models bare been
destroye'd. Secretary Schurs and attestants are
superintending the removal of tbe files and
and are removing tho books ao 1 papers, and have
organised a guard at tbe mam stairway or the Model
Room, in the centre of tbe buildiug, where an immense
number of models yet remain. The firemen
are in the room endeavoring to save It. The flames
first appeared in tbe conservatory, near the roof.
There were an immense number of rejecteJ models
packed in tbe attic above tbe Model Room, and it is
believed that spontaneous combustion there caused
the conflagration. The Land Office records are
stored in the rooms two stories beneath.
1 p. in. The fire has extended to the north wing,
onehalf of which is now on fire. The whole west
wing is one mass of flames. Tbe Model Department
with the model;; is partially destroyed.
Several firs' companies arrived from Baltimore at
12:30. The time from making the application for
them until their arrival in the city was less than an
Strong hopes are entertained that tbe fire will not
extend below the floor of the Model Room. Tbe
most valuable records of the Patent, Land, Indian
and Pension Offices, as well as those of tbe Interior
Department proper, are stured on the two first floors
of the building, beneath the Model Room, and none
of them have yet' been reached by tbe flames.
Tbe nnmber ol models is variously estimated at
from 50,000 to 75,000. A number of the more important
were on exhibition and stored in the west
hall, which, with the north hall, is completely
wrecked and the roof burned.
Ir. tho Patent Office building are the offices tub.
ordinate to the Interior Department, except the Land
and Pension offices. Tbe Indian office suffers by tbe
mixing of documents in the effort to save them.
Many rooms on the loner fl'jor are covered with
water. A cordon of police have heen thrown around
tbe building, and a detachment plaeed on the inside,
while a detachment of marines are between the
building and the Post Office.
At 3 o'clock the Gre was confined to the northwest
corner aud was under control.
0RIGI.Y OT THE FIRE.
The fire originated from spontaneous eombustion
among a lot nf non.patenled ehemical matter stored
In tbe atlie on the Ninth street froot, Tbe principal
loss falls upon the Patent office. The original copy
of the Declaration of Independence and relics of
General Washington were saved: alio, Franklin's
printing press. Nearly all the specifications and
original drawings of the Patent office were saved,
and from these models can be reproduced, if necessary.
None of tbe Lanl office records were des
troyed, but many were seriously damaged by water.
The records of the Application Division, the office
which first receives applications for patenta and of
which papers no copies are maae, were saved, ibe
most valuable models saved were those relating to
sewing machines, fire arms, printing presses, locks,
safes, etc Models of reapers, mowers, and various
agricultural implements were destroyed. A temporary
room will be erected at once.
To tbe building is variously estimated at from $300,-000
to $500,000, while that from tbe destruction of
models and olher valuables belonging to the Patent
office is almost Incalculable. The arches which
formed the ceiling of the second story, and npon
which the floor ot the third story retted, are so badly
damaged by the heat and water that many molt
be torn down. Tbe marble on the outer walla is
considerably discolored and cra:ked. It is supposed
lhat tbe fire had been smouldering beneath the room,
which was not fire-proof, for aome hours before it
Twrn a. the. X... luwnwM in lha nstab l,(,li nntl
---..--... - --.-. -,
J.' i cased by sparks, but the loss was small. :
I he total number of models deitisyei will not ex
i ett(j (Q QQQ.t
A LARGE AND COHMODIOTJS TIOCSE,
In good repair, one mite from town. In Pano Valley,
.famished or anfurniabed. A. larce paatnre can b
with tbe house, tf desired.
Apply on the premises to
es lm MRS. CAPT..LONa.
UNDERSIGNED IS IXSTKCCTED
MTIIE l. JIcBryde, Judee lib Judicial circuit,
to sell tbe property cf 1). Kaakaba. deceased, aa
1 Share In Wtlnlht ilnL
1 Bhare In Haeua HuL
1 Share In Moloaa HoL
Half of Kuleanain HanaleL
1 Frame Dwelling House In Danalsi.
1 Thatched ilouse In llaiialeL
Or llERTKLirAinT ,
60S 6t Administrator of the Estate of I). Kankaha.
For Sale or To Let,
CHOICE LOT OF LAND AND FOUR
nOOUKO COIT.MIE, beantlfully situated on Judd
.Street. Larce Tank on the premises. ALSO,
309 Aerrst or Splendid Graaltir Land,
At Walkele, oabu.
Apply to E. T. O'llALLORAS,
Sot 41 Solicitor, Jl fort Street
PERSONS ARE UEREBT CAUTION-KD
OS THE LANDS OF
Makahanaloa and Pepekeo !
In the District of llllo, Hawaii.
Honolulu. October 1!, 1S77. set st
VALUABLE FISHERIES! ,3
Eor Lease at Auction.
ON THURSDAY, NOV. 29th. 1877,
the Court Ilonsc, In Wailuku, on tbe Island of Maul,
we will sell at Auction,
The Lf ase of the Sea Fisheries
The Ahupuaa of Waiebn, Island of Maui,
For tho Term or Fire Tears,
Beginning on the first day of December next.
Purchaser to pay the rent semiannually In advance,
and all taxes payable oa accountof the said Fisheries during
the sold term. K O. HALL,
J MOTT SMITH, 1
S. B. WILE,
Trustees of the Lunaltlo Estate.
66 t T. V. EVERETT, Auc'r.
AT SUGAR CO,, held ln:ilouoluln, Oct. 9, 1877,
the followlog Officers were elected for the ensuing year ,
II. A. V. CARTER. -..President.
V. C JONES, Jr.,.... Secretary and Treasurer
JOS. r. COOKE....... ..................... Auditor.
I". C. JONES, Jr.,
665 It Secretary Wailuku bucar Co.
YOUR OWN ADVANTAGE! 1
SPARE ONE MOMENT AND READ THIS
S. 1 AtMN'S,
A Fine Stock of Dry Goods,
Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes. Etc., Etc.,
Just Imported per Strar. Zcalandta,
tST PLEASE LOOK AT THESE FIGURES,
Fine Casslmeres, $1.25 a yards,
Silks, $1.50 to $1.75 a yard,
Fine French, American and English Prints,
from 8 to 12 cts per vardB.
75 cts to $1 per yard.
Linen Damasks, bleach and nnbleach, at 75 cts
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
MIS' FHII GDI
Ladles' Linen 'Dresses, 3 pieces, well trimmed,
A fine selected stock of Children's Dresses,
from $3 to $5 each.
Linen Damask Napkins, from 83 cents to $1
ft splendid Ass't. of Ladies' Shawls.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' and Gents' Kid Riding mores,
IN ALT, COLOBS.
100 dozen Gent's nnd Boy's fine White and
Colored Shirts, at greatly reduced prices,
And a great many .other .goods too numerous to
This Large Stock of Goods
Was selected by me In San Francisco,
Bought Cheap for Cash.,
AND WILL BE
SOLD THE SAME!
SANTL G. WILDER,
Hawaiian Steamer LtKELIKE!
Sailing Days as per Schedule !
Unless Otherwise Advertised.
TICKETS ONLY AT THE OFFICE
FREIGHT BILLS DUE ON DEMAND
Im (It OFFICE WITH WlLDEBdtCa.
JBjr JE. I. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FBLDAY, OCT. 19th,
At 0 A.M.. at Salesroom';
3f For particulars see posters. "
E. P. ADAMS, Ancfr.
LARGE AUCTION SALE
JEST RECEIVED PER
Bark Discovery and Late Arrivals.
ON MONDAY, - - 0CT0BEE 22d,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
At No. 2 Mclntyre's Now Storo,
OS FORT STREET,
WILL BE SOLD FOR CASH
AH ENTIRE INVOICE OP NEW
2 Com piste Bedroom Sets,
With Bureaus, waahstand, chairs, etc.
Black Walnut marble top Sideboards,
3 Aeb Marble top Sideboards,
2 niock Walnut Secretaries, esst
Blare Walnut Rolling top Office Desk an elegant article,
1 case Oval Tea Poya. 1 Office Deak Tea Poya,
I Fall Front Office Desk,
Three Parlor Organs, 44
(From tbe celebrated factory of O Wood t Co., Boston) 20
These are ne dne Instruments in perfect order.
3 Black Walnut Extension Dining Tables,
1 Black Walnut Marble Top Centre Table,
3 Black W alnut Fancy Top bide Tables',
4 Black Walnut Wardrobes,
4caae(l dot each) best Wellington Chairs, case Bent
Qulncy Oak Chairs, 1 case Pioneer Wood Chairs, 2 cases
Splendid Wood Chairs.
FOCIt PINE DRESS BUREAUS, Willi Class.
Cane back Knrslng Cbalra
4 cases Astnr Grecian Chairs,
3 cases Walnut Cane Back Rocking Chairs, with arms
1 mse English Cottage Chairs, brace arms, panellld,
Z cases Oak Dining I'balis, bent rim,
1 case Ladles' Dining Chairs.
2 Hartford Waveu Wire spring Mattresses,
CHILD'S CANOPY TOP tlAKRIAUE.
1 CHILD'S BUGIJY TOP CARKIAOE.
All the above art'clesare new and in perfect order, and
will be sold WITHOUT RESERVE In lota to suit
1 Handsome Oak Bed-room Set,
Black Walnut Trimming, Complete,
With Bureau, ivasnstana, sc
One Painted nedroora Set. complete,
One New Refrigerator, new patent.
Two New Spring ttaltrasses,
One Dining Table,
One Roll New Matting.
etir Goods can bo Inspected at any time during the
week previous to sale.
from the olher Islands faithfully attended to.
E. P. ADAMS, Ancfr.
VALUABLE 0!L PAINTINGS
ON MONDAY, - - OCTOBER 22rl,
At 10 b'oloci A. M.,
AT NO. 2 M'INTYRE'S HEW STORE, FORT ST.,
When will be sold.
Two Magnificent Oil Paintings,
Evening on the "White Mountains,
By the celebrated Painter, Fisher, wht lecall to any lover
of New England Scenery, one of her grandest views. Ibe
A VIEW NEAR KINGSTON, H.Y.,
By the renowned Van EUIs, Is an autumn scene which
cannot be surpassed for beauty.
These Talntlngs are large (1 tf t. 4 In x 3 ft. 8 In), full of
merit and such as are rarely seen In this city. All lovers
of Art would do well to examine them, as they can be
seeu till she sale at No. 2 Mclntyre'a Block.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
SALE OF VALUABLE
SUGAR & PASTURE LANDS
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd,
At 12 o'clocli Xoon,
AtSalealtoomof E. P. Adams, Qneen Street, Honolulu,
we shall Sell for CASH, the
Ahupuaa oi flomrapo,
ILI OF KAPUALEU
In the District of Kau, Hawaii,
These Lands are adjacent to each other, making one
About 2,200 Acres in extent!
Of which 1000 Acres, more or less, are
JEULoJcx Oano XjOJtxcajs,
A2D THE REST
GOOD GRAZING ZAND.
Title, Land Commission Award No. 3 559 B, Apana V,
There Is a Lease upon these Lands expiring on the 1st
of January, 1979.
The neper part of this Tract lies In a rain bell, where
there la sufficient moisture for cane growing the year
For further particulars. Inquire of 8. B. DOLE, or E. P.
ADAMs. Charts al Sales Boom.
E. O. TIAtL.
J. MOTT SMITH,
8. B, DOLE,
Trustees of Lunalllo Estate.
E. r. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
A. W. PE.1RCE & CO.,
Acenta for "
pCTJEOA SA!T. BRASH'S BOMB OTJSS.
Byand'a Bomb Ijiueea,
645 lr Perry BaTla' Pairs Killer, se.
OIL, OIL, OIL !
Strained Sperm Oil,
BT T1TF. CASK OR OAELOX, IX
suit, at the lowest rates.
Polar and Walrus oil. Shark Oil,
Paint Oil. Kerosene Oil, Sc
815 ly A. W. PEIBOE A CO.
A Very Full Assortment
AZ WAYS 03 HAND.
Also, Whale Boats and Boat Stock
And Wbnllnjr Gear.
FOR SALE BT ! ly A. W. PEIKCE fc CO
Sandwich Island Stamps
In EXCIsASGE for RARE Forelns
at is. per 100. List of Excelsior raciceti post free
on application to Sydney Forelcn 8tasip Depot, Box 170
a P. a, Sydney, N. 8. W. , CSS lm
tf St BAT.ES CAUrORS IA ITAT. EX TV.
1UU II- METRB, of Superior Quality, for sala by
SSS It A.-W. PKIBCE A CO.
' Anchors and Chains.
AscBtiss frojs 40 iss. to 2200 12s.
CUAIS3. from; 1 4 to 1 3-1 ischtt.
For Sals by f.U 1J A. W. PEICEE 4 CU,
Bj- C. S. ART8iV.
ON THURSDAY, : : : OCT. 18th,.
At 10 O'clock A.M.. will be Sol J:
BOOTS eto SSOBS!
A Varied Assortment of Merchandise.
C.-S. BARTOW. Auct'r.
REAL ESTATEAT AUCTION.
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27th
At I! o'clock Noon, at Salts Itoora.
order of A. J. Cartwright. Eiq.. I wHI ssU t
Certian Parcel of? Land!
At Kapalama, in Ifonolntn,
And bounded as follows : Commeneinx at th south.
corner and running north 33 W, 1 chain J8
links alon,; the land of Nanala; thence N 50 E. 2i
links along tbe same land; thence N 42 W.Icbeios
links along the saois land; thence S 47 W, 90
links along the same Isnd ; tbence N -10 W. 85 links ;
thence N -12 E, 2 chains 86 links; thuc south
E, S chains 73 links ; thence 8 SI E, S chains
links ; tbenes S 43 W, 2 chains 88 links containing
an area of
Ouo Acre ana More or Jjetm,
Being the Lot called Apana I, fonnsrlj held br La.
paela, under Kojal Patent. And
Also, that Certain Parcel
Situated In said Kapalama KUiklllawa mala!, and
bounded as In Rojal Pattnt No. 10S, to Usury
0. S. BARTOW, Ano'r.
For Sale, -
One Blew Mill, One Blco Unller.
One Blee PollMier.
New Can be worked by hand. May be leea at
Sales Room of'
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
r ali, sizes, rniui is inches to so
For sale by M. ItcINEIVSY.
Wire Eope, "Wire Seizing.
UOOD SUPI'ET. For Sale by
. ii iy A. W, PKIRCE A CO.
OFFER FOB SALE
ENGLAND, FRANCE AND GERMANY!
K,. C. WYLIE
. Pull Lsssoxrirm oxxt
Cottons, Linens and Woolens,
OP EVERT DESCRIPTION.
Prints, Denials and Mcrinws,
FLAXJl'ELS. Cambrics. Moleskins,
tsheetinti and Bedspreads,
Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Undershirts,
Blankets, Woolen, Cotton and Colon.
Broad Cloths, Tweeds,
Shawls, Umbrellas and Parasols,
Uardnare, Wrapping- Paper,
Candles, LooklnsT abuses,
Neckties, darters. Saddlery,
Hocks aad Stockinet.
Artificial Flowers, Dolls,
Ribbons, Frillings, Braids,
Jtwsharps, Brass and SteeL
Musical Instruments, Jewelry J
Fresh French Petit Pols, Sardines, hf and r ties,
Vushrooma. Prunes. Capers. Mustard,
Assorted Vrtoch Fruits In (laa,
Oermas Preserves la tin.
Gunpowder and Start,
RBVOLYEitS AND AMMBNITIiS.
Eair Oil, Pom&wm,
Extract. ToM Soap,
GENUHfE EAU DE C0L0BMI!
Bsa and k
Briar and X4rfcsm Bsjm,
Etc., Etc.. etft.
At Lowest Market Erioe.
Orders from the otter Istesda pranstt attseiM
6Mia ED. HOFPSCHUAEOtll ;c.
CaliforniaLime & 'White Brotker'
tty. foisslsuT J BOtUBAG.