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r t r It n ? Hi u M M i j i J a l(. $ ;n 'Jk n( n uv COMMERCIAL. itvxor.riu, st:rr a, iw. IlHiiins remelrs In the mm quiet elate as at onr "Isst noting, tere being little trniplrlnu nf a commer cial nature for the. week other than attention to special erJf rr, ttl tendencies tn s peetilatlve ventures being par tlctiUrly marked by their absence, unless wcmay except t cute this week of the opium seizures for the past two yeirs, amounting to about -too ponnds, by IheCns torn authorltlea to Chinee partlei In thla city, for export to Han Francisco nnder supervision of the au thorities, for a bint $I,W. Meyers! parcels of. real estate on the plalna hare ehang'd hand" this week, two lota of the Oovernment, at auctlon( realising $l,8f0. Two lota also changed hands privately the sime day, prior to the auction sale, at a shado tinder the above. These purchases, we learn, are with the view of building soon. The several foreign arrivals since onr last Issue hare given oar business' community sijnie relief from Ike dull monotony In carelngfor recent additions, but as alei-ady noted, we learn of nothing of Importance to report. The receipts of sugar for the week ending Friday, Heplember 31th, havobeen T, IV) packages ; and 11 kegs molasses. Fly the Ho Clinng onr silver currency was rednctd, by expert, 13,ai In Mexican coin, which, with the ex change drafts per same mill, we have contributed about $170,fW to China by this one opportunity. This Is drain enough without the subsidy. Advices from flan Francisco show no material change In market rales for Hawaiian produce from former quo tatlons. Vessels up for this port were Ilktne J A Falkenberg and barka Forest Queen and Kalakaua. We do not Unci ground, upon Inquiry, for the visionary Ideas nf the P 0 A of last week,s fn the Improved con dition of the trades representing the building Interests, so as to enhance the prices of lumb.-r, bricks, lime, etc. It Is true that through the rise In freight and labor onr dealers have been notified that at a certain dale cargoes will stiffen a shade In price, hut the trade have made no change In their rates, nor have brlcka or lime altered any from the rates that hnc ruled, while In building hardware nil our dealers quote a downward tendency In principal lines. An opportunity villi bo olTercd by auction to-day for Investments In valuable real estate on King street at Kulaokahua, and In lllln, by K Adams, as also IIIIo and Molokal property liy.C 8 Ilnrtow. i PORT Or HONOLULU. Arrived. Hept IS Ilr bk Obcrou, Hnrvey, from Liverpool China slmr Ho Chung, Peterson, from 8 K atmr Mokolll, from liana niid Moloktl Kllauca Hon, from Kahulnl James Makuo, from Kauai Hch Walmalu, from Hapuu Hch Mary i; Foster, from Walnva and Koloa Hch Prince, from Kona and Kan 19-Htmr Llfccllke. from .Maul nnd Hawaii Hchr. Jennie Walker, from I'unaluu Hchr Luka, from Honolpu Hchr Ullnma, from Koholalcle 90-Schr Mololo, from Haknlau Sehr Wallele, from Mullko Hchr Kekauluuhl, from llanalel Ul-Schr YValchu, from Mallko Hchr Pauahl, from Puna 21 Am bktno Klla, from Han Francisco hchr Nettle Murrlll, from I.nhalna SI Hchr Llhnllho, from Honuapo 21 Hchr'Kulam itm, from Ooknla Hchr Haleakala, from IIIIo Snilod. Hept 20 tlr bk Fleetwlng, Mcl'haldcn.for PugetSomid Htmr Lhtm. for Klpahulii mid Kohala Htmr Mnkolll, fur Hani and ilolokil Htmr Kllauea Hon, for Kuliuliil 21 China atmr Ho Cluing, Peterson, for Hong kong Htmr Llkellke, for Maul and Hawaii Htmr Janiea Makeo, for Knual Schr Lukv, for Kohala, Hchr Wnllele, for Mallko Hchr Malolo, for IIIIo 23 Hchr Walehu, for Kualaea, Oahu Hchr Prince, for Kona and Kuu Hchr Jcnnlo Walker, for I'unaluu Hchr Kukaultinhl, for Hnnalel S3-SchrNcttlo Merrill, for Lahnlna Ilr bit Lady Lnmpson, Mursden, for San Fran. 21 Am lik Ainle, for Port Ton natiid MEMORANDA. Ilenort of Htmr Hn Clltlnt. VftrrAnt, Rnmmiinrlpr Left Han Krunclico September bth nt2i m. Arrived at Honolulu September IBth at 10 a m. IHcmuer inuiatiuam. Had strong N w an Francisco; thence to port moderato NE Halo leavlnzH. nd Easterly winds and lino weather. EXPORTS. For Port Tonnsend, per D C Murray, bept IB 1 ca liquor, Val. Foreign, 810. . For Hongkong, per Ho Chung, Sept 20 1 bxsraextcan dollars, ( 1.1,851),' 300 lbs sugar, 6.17 lbs. fungus, 3 bxs mdse, S pl.gs stores. Vnl. Dnmcstlc, fib. For Han Francisco, per Lady Lampion, Hept 22 OT1.S48 lbs engar, n,ll)5 pais molasses, ll.iV) lbs dry and 2iA) green hides, 21 1,000 lbs rice, linchs bauanusi 1J beer kegs, Val.'Forelgn, la, Val. Uoni, S3t,34.M9 IMPORTS. From Han Francisco, per Ella, hept 22 10 kega shot, T bxs glassware, 1 bx hardware, Qpkgs cuttlery, Dilling ham it Co; 8 kegs shot, Hollschlaegcr .t Co; 7&5 sks griln Ac, llnckfold A Co; M c bier, A Herbert; 112 sks ground oak bark, II Muckay;M) cs beer, a tanks gasoline, O W'Macfnrlane ACo; tw cs beer, C Long; SJ cs beer, l: S Ctinlia; 'J cs shin chuudlcry, 1 bds handles, li&pkgs groceries Ac. A V Plerco A Co; 17S bhls salmon, 100 libls beef, MU bbl lime. 015 ska grain and feed, 4UU sl.s flour. 7.1 r. 27 bhls bread. 210 nkzs building material. 71 bosrds, H ilnors, -11 pkgs hardware, 1 cow, & pigs, 4H doz fowl. Dd m brick. iliJaks salt. 200 bbls cement. H) bales hay. iWU m shingles, 150) posts. C llrewcr A Co; 2Sbbls salmon, 17 bxs groceries, Holies A Co; .'IJ cs clocks, 2cs glass, II cs dry goods, 11 caahues, 1 u eiiMloss. Hv. man uros HI kegs nails, 1 keg llthearge, Allen A Hob Inson; 3 lul tattle, 41 hugs, 1 buggy, 1 pkg saddlery. II Nitter; 19 sks potatoes, lv) bis hay, D II Urlttln; U bxs silver coin, lllaeop A Co; VI lid Is pedestals, l'J tills brackets, U bdls weights, C bbls pulnt, a anchors. 3 car boy acid, i: I) Thomas, 25 sks wueat, A W Itiiah, 43 pkgs mlsc goods, 100 cs salmon to ordtr, 141 pkgs assorted mdse to arlous Chinese Arms From Han Francisco, tier Ho Chonc. Sent 18 1 box tinware, C U Harris; lit is clocks A glass, A Jaeger; U5 k, II.hii. ftlK.n. II I... .Inn. I .,lra aM,..liu ll.no h Cl iUl.i, u LM. uccij un .11,11., 'K" rumbas, .l. H ll A Cu; 1 cs woolen, 8 Itoth; 160 bxs fruit Ac. L O Hneso vltch A Co; Mi sks flour, Vi pkgs provisions Ac, to various Chinese firms. From Port Tow nsend, per Jenny Pitts, Sept 24200,. 715 ft rough and 8i,XU ft dressed lumber, 80 m luths, TOSt m shingles, 11 Hackfeld A Co. From Liverpool, per Oberon, Hept IS 15 bis Dundees, I pkg samples, 1 ca each cotton nnd woolen goods, Ilairsclilarger A Co; CO cs wine, 1 bx machinery, 2 half wheels, P A Hchaoter A Co; ill kes, 2 cs. 5 caka and IV) drums paints, etc, 121 bndls galvanised sheets, 3anlle, II pots and covers, Ucsks chains, 14 ca and U cska hard ware, 4 ca Until brick, 1 cs shallac, 1 csk alcohol, 1 ca blue, 1 bale matting, 1 csk glue, 2 ca slates, 1 c alters, csk tine, U O Hall A Son! 0 pkgs mdse, II A Macao, Jr; HI bla bags, 2 bxs and 6 pkgs machinery, 0 V JIncfar lane A Co; ! cska spikes, 43 cs whiskey, 60 cs porter, 200 cs wine, 2 cs belting, 31U Iron plates, d pkgs rivets, 4 cs steel, t cs screw ami, lot pig and scrap iron. 4b .nulls Iron wire, 40 is galvanized Iruu, 40 biiuls buckets, a cs and lUcsks hardware, 1120 hags rice, 100 ubls Lemant, W ems Are clay, I bx Hies. 3 pkgs furniture, 20 ca oilmen's stare J, a cs stationery, U2bujsrocksnlt,10bblswhltliig, 1 bx effects, 1 pRg boots, T It Duties: 4cs drugs, etc. It Jlciunuiii; JJCs neriiimery, . c uicfnorn .v vo; i cs private effects. It V Janlon; 1 cs books, Foreign Ouicc; I pugs eariuenwaro, i en seuiiugwnx, n cs cuampaj SIls anilS pkgs wlua. It ilacfarlnne A Co; Uct sp plrli rlts and wine, 1 bx private elrecls, F llruwu; 3 cs clothing, I i-m uarthanwaro.4 bla and B ca twine. 1 bale and 3 ca cot tons, 20 cs saddltry, 20 anchors, ft chains and 8 kegs do, 3.1 pkgs hardware. 2 c brushes, 5S budit tubes, W bndls t"K" HaUUMlVi' V? MIH"MV ' WU tMVB - UUUIt wire. JJ bndli cahaniied ahectH. S ci rlilslut?. 6 kfca cm, a cs rmgiug, o Kegs st seed. 20 kess enrb soda. noi, iu oik lotia cryuiii,- kvv .... a . 'I . . . s . " . . ..II .- . i. IIJcs nrovlslous. U c blue. 7 take ulass ware. 18 crates n, id c uiufi. t c I r-ana .1 T W earlheuware.l ca caps, J T Waterhouio; furnice bars, ! pkKa and a ba machinery, U tin clsj corurs, Green, Macfarlana A Oo (1 bis machinery, 9 bndls and li pipes, ttll Iron rails, llacktuld A Co; 8 cs and 2 bxs machinery. iu wtieeis, w u urccn; iu uis uunktis, cs ciutuinir, m BOrlnUumit Co;JUbxs lUth bricks, 3J budla wlru, 4 cs. oilmen's stores, SOblsbajs.VO c and 4 ketfa dry saltery, II bis and 3 cs dry cuods, t csk Ink, SUO drums nil, fi.1 cska rHtlutsra' iuaterlsl.3cs i;las, W pks naifons, C'J pica buckets and tubs, 'M kcs, 1 case uud 3 csks hsrilwure. Cattle A C'ooU, JJ pkgs liquuts, l( pkys mdse and lot coul to order. PASSENGERS. For t'ort Townsond, per 1) U Murray, bept 18 Mr. Jlsrstow and wife, Ha. iter llooth, K J farmer From San Krancisrn, per Ho Chone, Sept, 18 Dr Tls dale, Miss Tlsdale, ilr Steward, Ho Coy and 4 Chinese In transit. Ktoui Wludwanl 1'orts. per Ukcllkn, bept Jttth T Spencer, H llapal, V V Unneban, K Drown n K UTenuey.U Asluc. Mrs 0 Y Alona, Mr Aldrlc or Llkcllke. bept Htth-Gaut d wlfo, h. W L tlreen. U W Aluohl. Uenry C'ornwell . ilr McCotitiln. K IIKrlel. Mr Charlton, O tiprccklot opuln, 0 M Cooke. Mrs aud Ur O S Cuinuitiis uud child, F IritayseMrii wlfu and it children, Mrs Turton, U U Ualdwln, U r Ualdwlu, lather Aubert, Umernor J U Domlnls ana Si servants, Ltlla, Mrs A Walton, Katica, Lile, Kukana. For Hongkong, per Ho ChuriK, Hept 'JJ-SO Chinese. From ban Francisco, pr Klla. Supt !ii MtsD Meyers, Mrs and Miss Coleman, Mr Uubson and wife, Miss Loan, It S Chota, F Meljhtr. U Uell, Master llu tchln sou, L Netlsr, aud It Japanese For V(ndard Port, per Llkcllke, Sept SI1-VT Spencer nd boyJ Father Aubull, U O Williams and wife. Mas ter and Miss Fyfe, It llcrtltuiaii, A K Aldtldge and wife. F S Frail, t) L Austlu, Dr Tl.date Tot Sn FraOAlaco, per Lady Lauipson, Hept F B Beat. J Hamlltoa, Mrs Jouts. SUED. ALI.BN-At UauL-or, Maine,-Aujust iW, 16(U, Mrs. M, K. Aixm, wife of ltla.Kxcellt.ncy K. II. Allen. "T (Communicated.) Editor 8atuudav Pjussi. Trttveller over tlio Nmuuu rod from the cerautery to tho 1.H. will fool oblked if you will kindly convey Ibeir compliineuU to Uin Kxcellcncy of (lie Interior, uud rcapectfully ask if tint road yaw,t.Ua)V0 Ul lUttcU llrd4 Ui wljr t- xeuiiuu. Word tw WtUuku. si fciWi UmU u ' lli foliowiiiK uoU from Mftult "Tlie Satuhpat Pkkh Iim the ring of fouuiu. Mticlo, I fwjoico grctstly iu iu ouud. hop it "ill coiuiuue to cxercUe it heavy Uttfy. Mrif hot Uo lata tke witU of Jricuu, till isy full lat Ufort it." THE SATURDAY MIESS Published for UteSATonnaT t'nrea Association by nonERT onir.n:, IlaoV, Job and Oners'! Printer, llonoreln. It. I. The SxTCuriAT rrrcsa rainot undertake to return communications, ncceplrd or rejected, and we have to rcqarsl correspondents append their true names and addresses, not neecirartly for publication, If so de sired, hut as a guarantee of the good faith of the writer. (En. HATtrnDAT Pnrsa. SATURDAY PRESS. SEPTEMBER 25, 1880. To'Bay wo present to tlio public our fourth numlier, just a month old, a met o bantling in coiiptirison with onr full aged contemporaries. Only n month old, nnd jet wo hoi'o soon to bo getting some tectli Wo havo met with mtich oncourngement. kind words in tho tity, and kind communications lend its to hopo that wo oro on tho right track. Vnltmhlo nssistanco has been sent by friends, ninny pcnioinlly un known to us, but none tho less vnlllablo or valued. Wo cannot holp fcolinp; that wo have step ped Into a nenrly vacant space, of which tho public welfare requires occupation. Wo still proposo to speak firmly, and boldly, and inde pendently. Wo hopo to exposo, nnd help to confuto any attempts at personal governmont, veiled though they may bo under tho foims of writ ten constitutionalism. Indeed a curb in this direction is sorely needed. Tho dismissions and appointments of tho lust few yours ought to convince any ono that tlio formor consists, in great part, of names known nnd trusted, nnd tho latter, in great part, of names which cannot lay claim to cither designation. Wo have the support of tho leading mon, most heavily interested in tlio wclfaro and in dependenco of tlio Kingdom, and hopo to ro tainit. Still, though our opinions are tolerably sharply defined, wo are willing and nnxjnus to encnurngo discussion, and desirous to exhibit to our readers, that is tlio public in gcuornl, every Bido of u question for full and fair dc b.ito All our details will bo found trustworthy nnd up to date. Marino and commercial intel ligence, Custom llouso statistics, &c, will bo as complete, and leliablo as possible and our business ugont will fnitlifully fulfil all en gagements with subscribers and advertisers. Tin: Cabinet ns reconstructed stands thus : Hon. W. L Giccn, Minister of Foreign A ffuiis, Roil. Jno. E. Bush, Minister of Interior, Hev. M. Kiiae.i, Minister of Finance, Hon. W. 0. Jonos, Attorney Qoneral nd interim. Wit publish olsewhoro tlio names of tin mem bore of tlio newly constituted Ministry. We cannot congratulate cither tho Miuisteis or the community in general. Tlio componont parts aro too helcrogouoous to work harmoniously for tho public welfare, and therofore not strong enough to turn tlio tido of administration into wholesome channels. A gentlem.in s.iid to be particularly fitted for tho post has been invited to tako tho office of Attorney General, but it is by no moans certain that he will accept tho offer nnd even if ho does, a considerable inter val must elapso boforo ho can come hero nnd fairly get into harness. Mi . W. L. Green takos the toiuign nffiiu with an understood premier ship, tho rent of tho Ministry rouuius, as may bo soon, in statu quo. A word with the correspondents of tho Ad verliitr. Ono who signs with an asteiisk on ly, writes, " No doubt if tho history of tho election (of tho present Sovereign) woio written it would prove highly interesting, and some curious, if not edifying secrets would come to light." Only too true, the eamo may bo said of other elections, but we advise to leuve the matter alone, the more it is stirred tho moro offensive it will become. As to "Lex" who bogs the Oazettk to i "inform an expectant public in wluUrepect . r. .-. . i x. i . in e tir I tho Constitution lius been violated, &c. Wo Btrongly utlviec him not to press thin qucntion into tho Blmpe of o goneral challenge, for if ho ' Ti i . i j i throwii down that glovo we are pteparod to tako it up. Dy tho wnj "Lex" neems to be tho con- verso of Mo.iero . ' Bourgeois Gentillionnne," who to his amazement found that he hud been speaking prone for forty years without know. ing it. " Lex writes rliyuio tuicnnsciouH b'i - U-i "Tlio GxzKrrK's tactics ato admir able." And its brotherly embrace Of I ho whole English speaking race In the present oase, etc. Ac. It is well for the tdtcrtn to try to de precinto the expression of public opinion by ineitiiB of petitions. Iu thin Kingdom wo huvi1 not (thank licaveim) a leginlaturo Hitting anil debuting homo eight or pino months in each year as is the cuse iu most of tlio older gov ernments i tiled by the Ilopreontativo yntem. There, o very shado of public opinion is kopi habitunlly befoto the people, every question niny be viewed from every side, the utterance of ovory rcpioseutatiyo muti made plain to his constituents every morning of tho session. Iloro, it, is otherwise tho Houso comfortably prorogued, the Ministry uucouifoitttbly kicked out, tho public aro left without any means of decidedly expressing thoir opinions and do. sires over thuir own iriuies, but through the columns of tho press, 'ind by means of thu much decried (by the Advertiser) petition. Why is tho secrecy of the ballot box (availa ble only onco in ovury two years) a nioio rutin bio means of expressing public desires than tho oponly signed petition ? If so large a ectiou of the natiou signs petitions without u dear utideistuiidiug 'of what it limy bo signing, is it not possible that nn equally large section may vote without a clour under standing of what jt js voting for ? Hu again, us to the signing of petitions without understanding them, wo especiully cull ntleti. tiou to the iiutuus subscribed to the petition from Kauai, beginning with those of the Presi dent, Proprietors and managers of tho Mukeo and Ka)u plantations, followed bV thn whole stuffof twelve iilhur important muloiiukin;;, or look at thu names ut the foot ol the series tit resolutions from Kohulu, are llicso men who sign without understanding No, these pa psyrsura seriously iuant,unii should le serious. y iuterprctsd. If tlieso plan tei uud mechanic state that in their opinion u ccriuln group of officials is a "disgrsce to Hawaii uei," bt turf they mean it. SVaBB9HE9KB9affS An injudicious advocate may often dam age the cuuse ot Ills client, fur more than un uvowed opponent. Thu writer in the Wt,Unaday JtUprt fclgutng himself ' Lex" furnishes rtmurkublo illustration of this. He has misUkeu our ikmUIoii, uud Hue ot urguuieut completely, from beginning to uud. lie btfiut by sUtlngot " thU writer ' that "it" tie.) is not diseuwlug "Coustltu tious in general," aud that Ac U not ilellv erlng " a dlssertsstibu or the Presldeut of tlie Frvuoii Uejushllo' Ac. Ho (" Lex") U ualstaluM, w ore diieuss lug eouslltuUoual gowameut geuwrally, nnd Hawaiian In particular, nnd have gone for precedents nnd Ulustrntloni to the record"! of Great Britain, France and the United States. We nre In no hciiho "en denvorlng to cnlHt sympathy for a fallen Ministry," or Mntlng that the Hawaiian Hoverclgn hai violated f7ic letter of the Con stitution. This constitution " Lex" Informs us, is " written, complete, well defined nnd leaves nothing to the Imagination." Granted, tint doci this complete, well de fined, unimaginative! document, leave no latitude or llbrrtij of acttoii to thoe ap pointed to carry It out ? The dllTorenco be tween chalk and cliecc may b a very apt and original comparison, hut the connec tion between tho letter anil the Hplrit of n lawmnj ho severed, nnd If ho, then wrong fully. Public opinion, again, dlil'er from these two, Jutt at a Judge differ) from tho plcadcn on cither side. The Sovereign in "his tUlilculiy nnd apprehended danger" wo nre told, distillled "his Ministry and appointed a new one, In both eases noting within his clearly defined constitutional prerogative." Granted again, hut whence the difficulty ? Whence- theapprehension ? It Is not tho(Jcf of dismissals and appoint ments that we have all along been referring to, but tho time and tho mode. The Mott Smith Ministry and the Wilder Ministry (to give them a name) were dlxmhtcd with in a few days, in oacli case, of their having received a vote of confidence, or defeating a voto of want of confidence, in the Lcglfehi ture and within n few houi-H, of nu oral uh suranco of confidence and good will from the Royal lips I Will "Lex" kindly fur nish us with precedents to HUlt these cases V Is'ow wo come to the complaints against tho Illustrations of our arguments, wherein wo were supposing other chief magistrates sent for non-qualified or unsuitable persons to put Into responsible positions. Purposely, we want for a Held for Illustrations of our arguments, so far, that wo did not auppoo that any one, leant of all an apologist of tho Ministry under discussion, would deliber ately pick up their Illustrations and care fully Hx them, as caps on tho heads of those whom ho obviously thinks they best lit. Save me from my friends I these unfor ttinato Ministers might well exclaim. We know of scarce any instance In which a writer, called on to bless hln friends did, so completely, the reverse, unless It bo our ac quaintance of tho I'ac Alna, who declared His Kx. Moreno "martyrized" and then glbbetted his collengucs us " malefactors." We lay claim to a plnce amongst those who are deeply Interested in goml govern ment, but how about a defender of roooiu transactions, who speaks of the "evil that has hitherto predominated?" 'The writer (In the JJx-prent) shows a want of knowledge" of the English lan guage when he calls a passing Imaginary parallel about the President of tho J-'ronch Republic making an undeslrcablo appoint ment a "diatribe." As to the appointment of Richards, Armstrong, and Bingham, "thia Editor" is not unaware, and u val ued correspondent has relieved us, from the necessity of explaining the complete dlsiml- tarity oi tnose cases, anil lliiwo, wnlcli wo wcro last week discussing. Our article rebels says Lex, a good word, which Is a favorite with thu Expresi, as a noun, as a verb, the accent now on this syllable, now on that, the word has boon lfiing at us over and over again ; so bo it, it will do Interpreted not in accordance with the canons of tho Expreis, but with" those of "upright public opinion, and common sense, a vast difference. It has been left to " Lex" to Imagine that anyone supposes that a man can possess in good qualities be cause he is of this, that, or the other pro fession. AVe never suggested such an Idea; It does not require a very deep knowledge of Ha waiian history to know that Dr. Judd was a doctor, or Dr. Hutchison another, or even that Mr. Wylllo had practised as a physic ian. Such knowledge Is not monopolized by 'Lex,' but ho is welcome to the solo possession of the unreasonable deductions no attempts to saddle on us. ' Lex ' must bo ignorant on all laws, Hawallun or othor, if he thinks that thurc ever vet was nnv law , enacted, whether In the shape of a Constl- tutlon or u Stntuto, which tloos not nueel nellnitlon in Courts of law, which dellvor tliolr clecislou from time to Mine, so tts to ,nuct tho varying and never ceasing vicisal- tudes of human nllhliy. tl ' 'xi ' snrely tho most unhappy partisan "utt a party was ever loaded with, ded- cri,)es tfio Soverolim mi wiselv and ua rlotl- cully shaking the Kingdom to its. centre In his conyuUivooirorta toescanofrom mis- ffi'LihiifSSi1 " faU t0 . . Inspection of Foreign Laborers. Tho Board of Immigrutioii hns nt length de termined on dealing wilh this necessity, and proiupt action will now bi taken to secure full and regular inquiry into the circumstances" and welfare of tho peoplo engaged throughout tho Kingdom under tho auspices or iu terms of tho regulations of tlio Board. AVe understand tho late Premier nnd Prosi dont hud it in cuntomplatiou during tho present Parliamentary recess to make suitable provis ion on a proper sc.de for securing periodical inquiry into the treatment of nil alien labor of whatever nationality Polynesian, Micronos ian, Portuguese, Chinese, or others and for the institution of sanitary and economical regulations for the welfare of all. These important results we conceive will be fully secured by the action of tlio prosont Board, if the mutter is dealt with in n com ploto ,uud exhaustive mannor. Although our arrangements (or eng.igoniont nf theso races aro at least liberal and creditable to the King dom, yut we have been hIiiw in winking pro vision for their ultimate welfare. Wo are far behind till other couutiies iu tlusregaid whore similar lubor is employed. On looking pver tho estimates of expouditiitn of tho colony nf Fiji wo find no leas than ulovun inspectors of foreign labor; and in New Caledonia, whero tho districts aro less scattered than here, six tegular inspectors, styled iiitenilantu, ore pro filed for; ovory local officer of polico bcin furnished at thn same tiino with i n interpreter, to deal with foreign labor dispulrs, Iu Samoa, wheie some 3,000 Polynesians uro constantly engaged, poriodi al visits are undo hy the It itish and Uermun Consuls and their deputies to all plantation. Thu roxiilta of all this aro that complaints of ill-treatment, neglect of duty, outrage, etc., are promptly heard nnd speodily dealt with. The people work; fn a loss perfunctory man. iter and with tho certainty of umplo protec tion ; and the employers, on the other hand, are pleased tn have incipient grievances ad juatod, us well as it proper understanding kept in the view of the luborer, that any neglect of legitimate duty will in uu equitable manner bo taken cognizance ut. In Fiji uud elsewhere now the strictest laws, are in firco forbidding the chastisement or beating of h laborer by, an employer. Steady regard is paid to and record kupt of the dato Alltll tlirltufdlt li I itKUIitli alusll turmlnnin "MVU tuvt e,i UIMV tllttll H fsllflUtU Again prompt payment of wages is u i qua nun, and tho greatest cue is taken to socuro the nou-ueveruiico of families. Tii obligation te return the Isboror to hit own island there rests with the planter; but the Govurtiuieut rKulle all these matters by the employment of vassals, each of which now is in t-harge of u Crown Agent. All these arruugameHta are the results of many jeara experianee, iu tlie gaining of which thn Villa have hiul to racord annia tiillpr retoiolscaaca. Aud oa tW wholt, w think our KiugdoHs will be &U to proat by Ma utaua of dUerluiiiutiou aJbrdad ua. TOPICS OF THE DAY. Tun ?. F. WiW'tmakcs a slight error with regar ' to tlio ndvent of Moieno to Hono lulu, and i hich tho Adcrrtii'r.Exprrsi tries hard to rii icule. Tlio fact id, that ho did como in tho Ho Viunfi on her first trip, and not re cently, as itatcd by the S. F. Hem Istt'r. It took him iiino months lo mature hi intrigues, after which ho mtddenly left. May do never return 1 We note that tho Hongkong Mid Shanghai newspapers republished the report made by tlio Bpcclal committee of tho Hawaiian logis laturo last session on the subject nf a subsidy to tho China Merchants Stc.un Navigation Company. As our readers may remembor, Iho rcntirt disnnnroved of tlio subsidy beint: granted, nnd that It was adopted without dis cussion by a two-thirds majority. RUSSIA and China, Our Celestial friends will no doubt lo glad to lenrn that cvory pro bability exists of tho difficulty between China and Itussla being settled without resort tn arms. 1 no iiongKong jjain rrm says, thai inasmuch ns tho Peking authorities nre evinc ing a disposition to avoid war, wliilo Russia it is st-itpil, seems not indisposed to cnuccdo such a modificition of tho Ticotv of Llvndia as China would rnlher accept than resort to nrir.s. Tho Imperial edict pronouncing Cli'ung How's "temporary" pirdon was clearly in tended by China ns a jiacific measure, siuco It atipert Utiflsi.i had declined to ruecivo the Marquis Tseng until tho sentence of death luisaed upon Oli'ung How had been withdrawn. Mohf.no apparently leaves his mark wher ever ho goes. Tho 5. F, Mrclianl sjys ho is "well-known in San Francisco as a man with out character, uh a lobbyist and ndvcnjiiror, &c.) &c." Ho is also stigmatised as an ui Mgurvmd diirrfiiilitble Adtentin tr. If Ihoso imputations aro false, ho will havo every op portunity to vindicate himself, as ho would bo on the spot at tho tiino of their publication. Should they follow him on bin mission to Hu ropc, as wo bcliovo they undoubtedly will, it will not tend to impress tho constitutional governments of tho continent with a favornblo opinions of Hawaii's ti'loctioii for a guardian f youths scut nbioad with tho purpono of com pleting their education. A mkktino was held on Thursday night at tho schonl-room in St. Albnn's Cathedral close, for tl o purposo of electing members lo tho Synod proposed to bo convened next month, Tlio rules followed wero thnso ro cotnmended by tho Pan Anglican gathering, which assembled and debated at Lambeth under tho Presidency oi tno Arrii-uiaiiop ot Canlcibuiy. Two representatives of tho lay portion ol tho communion of Honolulu wero elected, Messrs. Hittmn nnd Joidau, with a proviso however, that if tho latter gentlemen wcro invited to represent nniuo other con stituency, lie should bo at liberty to do so. Tlio meeting accordingly elected a snbstitulo v hn niiould represent Honolulu in thu event of Mr. Jordan preferring to sit for any othor district. On Thmsdty last tlio lit(lo Piinccss Kaiu lnni, only daughter a tho Hon. A. S. Cleg horn, was seized almost suddenly with mi illness which appeared to bo leally d.iugorous. Acute btonchitis had resulted from what at first appeared to bo a simple cold : prompt attendance, however, helped tho little sufferer and we aio rejoiced to be ablo to state that she is now out or danger. Their Slajeslios the King and Queen went down lo Hon. Mr. Clcg hnru's icsidenco nnd exhibited a kind-hearted anxiety over their little niece. Hor Majesty Queen Emma ulso sent to make enquiries and to express her kind rcgnrd and sympathy. H. R. II. Likolike was at Hilo, and of courso, nt tire time, unconscious ot tlio illness of her child, and tho Lehun was held over for a time in cage it wmo deemed necessary to send for her. Tlio efforts of the medical men consul, cd, however, wero so happily efficient that the dispatch nf a special steamer became unneces sary. Wo hope 11. It. nighness may havo a happy meeting with horlittlo daughter. Communicated. To apologizo" for the appointment to a high ofiico of a clurgyman ignorant of law, finance and ordinary btistnois, by reminding tho pub lic, as was lately done in one of tlio iiowb papcra in tho nativo Itngtiago, of tho nppoiut- uifiiits of tho Revs. Win. Richards, R. Arm wtrong and Lorriu Andrews to important of fices many yenrs ago, shows either n willing ness to bo satisfied with n very Intno excuso lor doing a foolish thing or tutor ignorance nf tho different ciicuinstnuces under which theso appointments wer.o made, nnd tho present, uud tlie great differeuco in character, talents ai;d acquirements between the lato appointee nnd cither of thoso above named. Mr. Richards, chosuu us iutorprctur and adviser before tho first constitution was made, and at thooiuui zutioti of tlio government in 1810 Ministet of Public Instruction, was ti highly educated gentleman, ptob.ibly tlio best fitted for tho of fice, of any nvuilablu at that time. Mr. Arm strong lind similar qualifications, and succeeded to the ofiico after the death of Mr. Richard. Mr. Audiewn was also a man of learning and ut very high character, but ho never held a place, in thu Cabinet, and in these latter tluys, when men possessed of legal knowledge are not so scarce, would not be thought ot us a Justice of the Sunromo Court. II o always 'did tlio very best he know in every placo that lie occupied, ami was remarkable tot bis charity and modesty. All of theso men wcro inntiters of tho Hawaiian us well as of tho J'2uglish uud other liuigiinccs. What posslblo excuse can bo given for filling ministerial uf flccK now-a-dtiys with ignorant and inexperi enced men ? Is it not natural that men of sense should be suspicious of Iho motives lending to hucIi strange and unnecessary ap pointments ? Every cabinet ofiicor should uol only bo uble to unduistupd mid direct (he busi ness of his own department generally, if not iu evpry detail hut lo ulsu give good uud in telligent advice to his colleagues, lor iho mout hers of a cabinet should work together tiuiler ftatidhigly ; uud ull of the Knol;aii)chhs car ried out that system, aud were not gailly of exciting prejudice in Iho minds of tho natives against foreigners, and loading litem to think that they should iiave the offices whether tit led to do the duties or not. Dr. Kuieison was removed! He foolishly thought it was not neceeiary lo shako hands with all of his neighbors ut Kuawuo every m iruing)' though willing enough to do his full duty in every other respect, tie did not covet martyrdom or the praise of the Chuiriiiuu uf the Committee of Thirteen; kind, conscien tious and skillful, there was no splurgu in him, hut ho wickedly uud openly iniulo careful ob servations ami took notes of tho autne, and might havo gone so fai ua to have published u work ou lepiosy, one of theso days, as did Dr. Catter who wont t Norway uud to India ut the expense of iho British Kovurmneiit for that purpose. Perhaps tho best kind of limn for that place is unu .whose absence nobody would regret eithor on Uud or sua; though the member U r Lahuimt said it should be filled b "an eminent physician with a groat soul' We hope he may find him. May Qod hslp the lepers, und deliver thorn from humbugs, who make political capital out of pretended sym pathy for them. f ' ' Editor or tuk Pbkss : Qpe nf (he most intricate uriicles which appears in the pages of the new Ilawuiiun l)hfct'y was 'un account uf tho military organizations of this kingdom. The information gathered, not fut'ud uu record, comes from thu most rclUblo sources, and tho oldeat and wisest cilitcus iu this com. luunily statu it In be a carefully wriltau aud truthful reminiscence throughout. The AdveiHimr, howuvsr, tukea its own theory on the subject, and iu last Saturday's edition, claima the article (oU cloth4 wills erring bl uud era. Mat lha the " want of con fidence" k ItUtorieal facta aud reliabU infor mation from the public could net ulluy the pea ami braiua ut,ik aeta w tfea aauctatu of the iufallibU ouixMitiooi phial, who was ae iaiiA Mai with Kawebawaku UU. Yevaf ," aa4 Nm raat of tU cluata. ' ' 'l ' k JUasam. Mateorolngicnla IIUEIX, IlAMlKUA DtSTMCT, Mint. Memorandum of meteorological observations for the veek ending September 7th, lb80 i nxnoitrTrn. 6 A. . !D7!N. Noon-."! 8H. J) r. . 51 ?3t. Highest reading noted! Noon. September llth 8". Lowest, 8 a. X. September 6th 25,75, Tiirintourrrn. n a. .Jry, 71": irvf, RH Nook Dry, 788j irrf, W. D r, m Dry, 71; utt, B7 HlRlnMt nadln;; notedt Noon, September .1rd.7lh 81'. Lowest, 0 i- m. September Mh 09', Arerage per cent, of moisture, 73. TtAISFAIU September 2nd..O MnchesISeptembcr lith.,0!jOlnrhe 3rd. ,0.10 " ' 7th. .OW " lib .0S0 " J Total,. ...i.i 2, (."Inches For week omllng Septemlwr IClh : nAmrnrritn. flA.M. 2S8I. Noo'f-'.ri.Riis. r. M 20.70S. Itlchtst reading notedi September nth. 0 A. M- 29 8.1. Lowest, St ptcmbrr 14th, 11 r. m. !"Vr TllltnSOMKTIIR. A. m Dry. Ws irW. r,7. Noon Dry, TT trtt, 71. up m -iiry, ii"s irer, w". Hlche-t reading notedi Noon, September Mth 81. IoiYCt, September Hth, C , x 69. Average, per cent, of moisture, SO. nAtxrtti.. Heptembei lUtht.0 1A Iticheslhciitcmbcr lrlth.. 0.15 Inches " llth. .007 ' " IBth. .0 IS " " 12th. .0X1 " Total for Iito weeks ....a 12 Inches Ilosnut V, September 22, IP9U. We, the underslj-ned merchant of Honolulu, do here by agree to close onr respectlto places of bnslness at 2 i-m nn Saturdays, prodding Jlcssrs lllshop, Cu will consent tnclo'c their Hank nt 1 r M on the samo day) this to take effect nn and alter the 2nd of October, 1880, with tho exception of Saturday preceding mall day. Wm CI lium&Co, K P Adams, Tnro II lMvnts, U W MAcrAliLA"B .t Co, per II W Janlon, II W Mist, Jilt i "ioiiam A. To, K O Hai L ,t Co, K IlorrciiLArurn A Co, I' A SciiArrra i tin, M trAiu.A"B .1 Co, A S Ci rnilORt A Co, A.tAEiiEn, 11 now ( .t (,'(i, tlmni'M .t Co, pcrScllg, A W Pelnci! A. Co, f llnr.wrn A Co, A J CAirrwrnotiT, Htiian lino, .M I'ltiLtlrs A Co, .1 I UOW'PTT, OAaTLK it t'oOKK, O 9 ItAiiTow, Hoi ts A Co, O O llEiturn, () I) Fnr.rrii, lltaitop Co, HAcr.ru n A Co. Wiillhum "Wa token. trom tfit tiytlnty Dolly Ttltgraph, Junt 2(1, 1880. The Waltliam Watch Company hove been anarded the only gold medal pit en for u.ttUics nt tho bydney Inter national Exhibition, and nre tho only exhibitors In any cbss from the United States who hat a received this distinctive, recognition. M.McINEUNY. i Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands. NOTICE. I7Il05t AND AFTJ3K THIS WAIVE . I will pav no debts contracted In my name without my written older. J. II. III.ACK. Honolulu, Sept. 31. 1880. I 820 lm WATER! WATER! A iiii vismuyss "whose water lln In duo on tho 1st July remain unpaid on the IBth October will have their water ahut oft without further notice. tl, 1. l'KKKI'H. Honolulu, Sept. g, 1BS0. B.M I 4t Musical Hall Association. A T A MEETING OF THE EOAItI n of Trustees of tho Musical Hall Association, htld September 22, ts8U, It nas ordered that the ticond as scesnuntof twenty-flu, per cint. on the block of said Aseuctatinu bo called, payable Immediately 1 1 the ofllec of A. McWaync, Kni , Treasurer And It nut further ordered that all iibirlbcr nho have not received their CcrtlflcHlCk of btuck be requested to cull for the same promptly. JSo. A. HASSINOEK. Sec'y. t Honolulu. Sept. 2t. 1HS0 I fc.l1 at Notice to Contractors. s EAT7CD PIIOPOSA1S "WIIiT; BE received uu to the 15th ditv of October next, for the rectlou and completion of tho new KaumakapllI Chinch. Plans and Specifications nnd nil other particulars may he Men nnd full Information obtained at tho ofllcu of C. .1. Wall, architect. No 'J7, Meichant Street. All bids for the above described works should bo en dorsed as such uud addressed to tho uiidcrslgncd or to Ills Kx. M Kii'iea. Minister nf Plm.nce. Tho Uullillii Oommltteo rcscrvu tho rlcht to reject nil or any bids. C.J. rt ai.u. 4 SM .It Architect. Notice to Plumbers anil Boll Hungers SKAIiKD PUOPOSATjS WIIjTj BE recalled up to the Bth day of October next at thn mllae of the .Minister of Interior, for the erection and completion of tbo Bell Hanging and Dumbing work on the new I'alace. I'lans ond Specifications, together ntth nil other In formation required, to be sen nnd rIvcii at tho ofllce of O. .1. Wall. Architect, No. 87 Jlerchuntst. I'ropnsnls for the said I'lumlilnp and Dell ltanjlnir of the new Palace arc to de addressed as such to thu Min ister ot Interior. A bond In a sum equal tn the full amount of estimate to nccotupanv each bid, and t'ao Minister of Interior re cr ea the rltht to reject all or any bids. liy order of iho Minister of Int rlor. 831 4 f. J. WALL. Architect. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEAJGED PROPOSALS AVITjTj BE received up to thn 10th day of October next, for the erection and completion uf a Utonit llutldlnj;, to be kuoiMi as tlm" I.unllllo Ilouit. for A;cd and ludlRcut llannlhns." 1'laim nnd Specifications, tocelher with nil otber Information desired, to bo seen and uiren at liiu ui mo nuicu oi inu arcuiiici, u.o. van, io. Vi jicr clianl street. A bond In a sum cqnal tn the full amonnt of contract will lwue to accompany each bid, nnd the Trustees re acrre the right to reject all or nny bids. J.MOTT SMITH, EDWIN O. HALL, SANlOItD 11. DOLE, Trustees of the Lunnllln KM ate. 813 4 (1. J. WALL. Architect. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. CEALED PROPOSALS WTIL BE l received np to tho llth day of October next at lb. 5 ofllce of tho Minister nf thu Interior, for she erection, finishing and completion ot tho wood work, and ull other works nn the interior of the New I'alacq appertaining thereto, together with tho painting, grain luz.nud other Interior decorations. I'lans and specifications, together Kith all Informs latlon required, lobe seen nnd elven at tho ofllce of C. J. Wall. Architect, No. ST Merchnnt street. Proposals for the adove mentioned works aro to be adt dresM-d a such to the Minister of Interior. A bond la a sum equal to the full ainondt nf estimate to accomp.iny euch tild, and tho Minister of Interior re serves (ha rlKht lo reject all or any bids. 11 order of thu Minister of Interior. Mil 4 O. J. WALL, Architect. JNO. A. HASSINGER, Agaat to tabs AoJcnnwlodgmenta to Con tracts for Labor. 818 s Interior Office, Hon Inln. 6m FRANK II. AUSTIN & CO., Commission Merchants and For warding Agents. Office No. SO California St., San FraadtW. Consignments from the Hawaiian Islands desired. The Best Prices Warranted, unit Bales Ouarantetd. Mil) '4 ty Received per Ella! 150 Sack Barlny, 150 Sucks (1 round Barley, CO Sacks Wkeat, 1U0 Sacks Oats, 200 Sack Uraa. For Sale by 819 lit II. HAGKt'ELDACO, Mteol Traxu-mray! OKtEO'tt(ENULIHiI) PATENT Portable Tiuiuwot, Stacl Rails ami Cor ruyatet! Steel Tees or Sloepers, Animal power Vi) per mllo; ateam power XUA Loco uiolltus JU.'.J) euchi ouiiur L'aue MaijoualM. Also, Per luunvnt httel ItalluiY Plans aud specification to be keen on application to A. U. MoUAUhUAND, .. . ... Atnl for this Klnirtom. , No. 1 Union, comer Hotel Ht Honolulu. aim BEGS J7KAVE TO INFORM HIS frlende and the nubile Rtnerally that he la now prepared lo do all Muds of Watch llepulrltifr Si Jewelry XaaHfactarlua; In tha bost manner, and satisfaction gaaranteod. He would also state that all watches left by Mr.Weller uro now Iu Ills charge, and will be attended to promptly. 'I huii'. ful fur past favors, and hopes foraconlluuinca uf the same, MAX KUKAitT, Jawrler, Ac Honolulu. Hept.ajMbSJ. ' Bl'J JJia XOTXOE IS HEREBY OI VENTIIAT SHOOT. Ingiauiuof any kind la strictly prohibited on tb lands uni. It. il. Uulh Kecllkuluul In Kallua apd Kae lupulu In tha District of Koolau. Otha, ntf any persoua found Ktipasslnu nn these lauds Kill be prosecuted ac cording lo law, (Mimed) BIJsON KAAI, . , 3!U A(ent for H. B. II. Hath Ki-cllholanl. L. 0. SRISOVICH k CO., IMPOUTEUS AND DKAUCKS IM FRESH FRUITS ft CUIFCHWU PROOWE a ' AlSO TVutH of v&ry Ulnd ALWAYS OJJ KAMI). It latum 0ys4Ts hi iht hU . MtCIIVBO BT RACK TCAJMS. I i ' iiikks rnk iTSKturT' ..i rillBK'l 0l4HrtIl OZBBB, kto weU aa4 lveWy tMMfra iaJe,Mjaaift'l,wa alauy U (otUHt. Of t.at JsV.k We', . tUag XjLaTS0ol-ULtloxa. of BARGAINS AT SPECIAL CHEAP SALE! . TUB ENTIRB STOOK OF $15,000 MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST EXPEGT1XG A LARGE SHIPMENT OF NEW GOODS DIRECT FROM NEW YOEK MORE BOOM IS NEEDED ! MY STOCK MUST BE REDUCED ! Prices to Suit All. Prices Below other Houses. Prices Less than Hall Ladies, do not Fail to Visit my Store and Price my Goods, As tho Ileiweint Reduction hns been mruK Cnll early nnd sccuro Botnq of tltu 13nrgiiiiis. BARGAINS AT THE C. O. P. B. CHAS. J. FISHEL. 819 3 Notice of Dissolution of Partnership. "R no.1AUXKRSIIIP UlSttETO- forc cxlstlns between Alfred M. Jtellls aud Charles . . is "s . .1.1- ml. .!.. .. U....I.H,l,ia IkUII ,T. Flshcl lsdlssiilccl this nth day nf .September, liM, liy mutntl consent, .Mollis rctirinR, unu r lanci nnu Inrr the business nt the old stand and assuming all lla blUtles of the said dlssulved flrn. All moneys owlnc tn the said Arm will be pild lo U. J. Flht I. who alone la authorized to receive and receipt for the. 'uine. A. M jICIjI.IH, CHAS. J. FIHIIKU Honolulu. Sept. II, 18H0. " " MRS. POOLE'S PARISIAN AND AMERICAN DRESS MAKING ROOMS Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., Up Stairs. MItS. POOIjE "WOUJjD IIKSPKC11 FULLV call tho attention of Ladles to her very Superior System of Measuring and Cutting, W hlch cannot fall to ghc the necessary ease and grace eo essential In llttlug eury figure. SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO Mourning, Wedding and Traveling Suits. LADIES' HIDING HAIIITS A Sl'KCIAIA'Y. Latest Parisian and other leaning Fashion Publica tions on band for customers' reference. fop-Orders from thu other Islands will recclro prompt attention. 4 Hill ly qr NEW GROCERIES! JUST RECEIVED EX ELLA AND LATE AHRIVALS! t- AND For Sale at Low Rates BY E. P. ADAMS. ChiciRo and St. Louis best Sugar-cured Hanm nnd Bacon, Libby, SIcNfil & Gibbs' Corned Beef and Luuch ToufrueB, ltoaat Beef mid Mutton, Baltimore Qri'cn I'eas, Assorted Soup.s, French Pottt Poia, Park and Benns, Golden Gate and Cutting 4 Co'BTible Frnlta, l'eaclics, Pears, Gnpcs, Apricota, Flums, etc, Golden Goto nnd Cntling & Cu'a FrnitH, Jnms nnd Jollies, Soda and Milk Crackera in tins nnd cases, Assorted Crackers in tins, Refined Cube Sugar, Fino Japan aud China Tens, Candled, Mustard, Pepper, Preston & Merrill' Yeast Powder, Best Kerosene Oil, 160 , Cases Sardines, )( and i, Cuaea Salmon, California Cheese, .Extracts Lemon ft Vanila Cases Little Keck Claras, Cases McMnrruj's Oysters, ' Case.1 Lobsters, Cases Condensed Milk,, Caaea Blueberries, Cases Barataria Shrimp, Le'k-Pertia'i WeroMttnkirt Im. & 1 Table Salt In 101b bags, Iteflued Lard iu tins, Kegs Freak California Butter, t Caaea Fish Chowder, Cases Fish BaIIs, Refined Castor Oil, Fine Hair Oil, Assorted CandiM In glass, Caaea Com Starch, Casta Coodaaaad MUk, Uordeu'a Eagla Braud, ' it TlnsOUve OH, FRESH CALIFORNIA P0TAT0K3, Drjad AUa la boas, Ac 3T Ofdan freat tha otaea lalaoda oarafully at tUl4 to. K.F.ADAMI, ?9CUL lOTId. A liU XCCOVTH'SA' JJIVfJ W OWs INO to the PAUIV10 COMMKaKHAl. AUVfH- TtHKHOajUaaptoaMUiCl:" Iheawhdsynf Auaiisl ui ha akUiad KtUs J awaw iy. n im f p ta Ut asiBi data aril -M Hanolalu. Auaart H, faa. VOTICUb If , A. I. nTM,4AT HID STORK Xiai tsta nraiarletat al Ma..lula.W.ttE: . Ml lla pAKR9 OOBi-A UAHOK 1 kAaaBBt?MamA aaat eKAsB AaVsA tWsa VkatKAiMak AaL&laBja m van atreat, aa W.4.U. wsaeasaa. win aiisaa s 1. m. SLACK. Ilia r.O.AalrntlMr. Oc3 - .raxtaaox'laiiD. THE C. O. I. JB. Eeal Value. oit?vv,u ronr awi x:.rrt. SUPIU5MK COUHT OF TIIK HA wallan Islands, lirllaiikruptcy In thu Matter of .Emit. WniitK, n alleped Ilnnkriipt Kmii. W'KU.isnnf Honolnlu, hatlnx been thla 4y sd Indlcated haiilitnpt, at a hearing before Chief Jaetlea Harris, on petllmi of Albert Jncirer, a creditor af said K. teller. It Wkaoidered that notice he civet to tlm creditors of tho said Knill Wcllcito present thdiilalma for proof, nnd that due publication be mado thmof for threw consecutive weeks, In two newspapers printed nnd published In Honolulu, unu In tho KtijilMi aud the other In tho Hawaiian lancuiiiir. Now therefore, NOTIUrT Is hereby clren thnt MON DAY the t8th day of OUTOUKK, A. II, 1H, al 10 o'clock a.m. at the Court-honso at Altlolnnl Hate, In Honolulu, be tho tlmoand placo for all such ctcdltora to appear and prove-their claims, ny the Court. J St A.ltOSA. Ilepnty Clerk. S UPflEMKl'OlJ.lTT OF THJ5liXl wnilan Inlands. In Probate. Island of Oiihn, Hiinallun Islands, s s. In Ihe matter nf the. Will or William Bromley Uarnes, late nf Honolulu, la the Is land nf Oahu. deceased. Order appointing time for Probate of Will and directing publication ofaoilreof the same. A document, purporting to be the last Wilt aud Tes tament of William Uroinley Barnes, deceased, having on tha 10th day of September, A. V. ItbU. Wen pre sented to Mild Probntu Court, and A petition for tho Probate thereof, and for the l.snjnee or Letters Testa mentary tn Hftiniirl M. Ilamnn. It Is herebi ordered that Monday, the-tthduy or October, A.. VI. iktm, at 11 o'clock A. M. of said day, nt the Court Uuuai of satil t Court, nt Alllolanl Halo, In Honolulu, be, and the same Is, hereby appointed tha tlmo for proving mill 111 anil hearing mill application, when and srttne any ptrson Interested inu) appear and contest the said Will, and mdered, that nottco thereof b given by pabllcatlun for luriu encce'ssive will ill iwo newsiiaDers nnniru nii published In Honolulu, one In tho ncllsk and thu ordered, that citations be Issued tn tho subscribing witnesses to said Will, anil tn the hc-irs of the testator In this Kingdom, to ajiprur and contest the pigbalu of said will, at the appointed time. Dated Honolulu, II. I., Heplember I0,1f80. CHAS. C. 1IA.U1US. Chief Justice of the Supreme Uourt Attcsti A. TtosA, Deputy Clerlr. 3t CUl'HKME COURT OV THE HA- Tslanit f Odhn. KJ wallan Islands. In Probate, Hawaiian Islands, s.e. In the matter of the estate, of Uharhs Aiil.inl Long, lata or Honolulu and Manna, In the Island of Uahu, Merchant and Hlilipomrutr, deceased. Order appointing lime for Prubato ( WUl aud direct ing iiuuncauoii nr nonce or the same. document, tiurnortlnir to be the last Will and Tes tament of Charles Aplanl Lone, nf Honolulu and Jlanna. deceased, halnj? on the tilth day ol Bey tcintwr, A. D. 18M), been presented to said Probat Court, and a petition for the Probate thereof, and foe the Issuance of Letters Testamentary to Frederick Aatruslua Sehna fer, having been filed by the said Krcdttlck Accuatna Nchaefer. It la hereby ordered that JtooiUy, the 4th day of October, A. U. 1M8D, at 12 o'clock H. ol saUl day, al tho Court Itoom of said Court, at AUkoUnl Ualc, la Honolulu nroresald, be, and the same la, hereby ap pointed the time for proving said 111 and, bsarln said applleatlnii, when and w horn any person lnteritrd may appear and contest tho aald villi, and ttw crantlng of I.e-tler Testamentary. It 1 further ordered! that no nce inercor ue given by pnmieallou, let Uree succes sive weoks. In two nowsnancrs nrlnteil and nubllslied In Honolulu, one In tha Kngllsh and the other In the llannllun lau 'uagc. And It la further ordered, That citations bo Issued ed to the subscribing witnesses to said "'111. and to the helra of tho tcatntor in this Klnfrtnm. to appiarand contest the probate of said Will, at tlio tune appointed. Dated Honolulu, II. I., the 10th day of September, 1690. C1IAH. U. IIAltltIS, Chief Justice nf the Bupreme Court. Attest t C. IIoba, Deputy Clerk. S-!lt 1 N THE H UPltEME CO UItT OF THE J Hawaiian Islands. In Usnkruptcy. In the matter of Kinll Duller, an alleged llankrupt. Before lir. Jus tice Judd, nt Chambers. Order of IieorltiK ou uucstloa of alleged llankruptcy. Ulirrcas, An order haa thla day been Issued tn taw Marshul to tuke possession of Ihe property of salerlmll u eUr, late of Honolulu, Island or Oaho.uud tii put hi cniintliig.Iiiiuss, slore-houses.ertccts, books and papers under loek ni.d seal, on the petition of Albert Jaeacr, allcglnc the tuid Enill Wellrr tn be Indebted to him In the sum nf four Hundred and Twelve Dollars and Vlfly Cents and to dims other persons, anil prsylnz that for certain statutory reasons in mid petition ucBtloned, ha be adjudged n llankrupt. Now therefore, It Is ordered that 10 o'clock a. a. of Friday, thn sjlth day of September, a. r. 110. at my Chamber Iu Alllolanl Hule. In Honolulu, be the tlmo and place for hearing thn anld petition nnddecldlng the question of mid K. Weller'a bankruptcy, and that notice hereof he glten by publishing this order for three suecusslvo weeks lo a newspaper printed and pabllebed ro wucas m a newspaper un tlt. In k. v....nf. r...H id pi ull inguugi cause, lould t ember, UDD. persona toncernvd to a d tnaniicar anil show cause. If anv thev havo. wn the s, llankrupt. h the said Kmll Wellcr should not be declared a Dated this ninth day of Hentember, 1H80. a. rsiA.uin uijli. Justice Supreme Court. Atlesti A. Ilnsa, Deputy CUrk. HM llarshaTi Sale. AHIQAH. K. DltKW vs. O. W. 1'ILIPO. BY VlltTUK OY A DEC11EE 18 SIICD out uf Ilia Supreme Court of Law aud Kqulty of the Hawaiian Islands, In favur of thn above-named complaluunt, fur the sum uf 1,JW ai, I shall Oa Saturday, the 2nd of October. 1880. At 12 o'clock noon, at Iho front door of Alllolanl Hale, Honolulu, vxpvse for salt all tbo right, title aad laterest of said tlefe-udaut In uud lo all I guged premises set forth and dcierlbeU In the aiortgage i in let f snu singular the inort- of the complainant iu this cause, Hied and set forth and described as follows! "All that certain teal pn siiuaiu hi reauiaacia, iionuiuiu svsderrlbed Iu llnyal Patent N an area of I .l.y acre's, together with, all aud singular the hereditaments and iiuiUnanccs thrreon sltusltd or thereunto belonging, unless said decree, Interest, costs and expenses be previously satisfied, ' Deeds at expense uf purchasers, and terms Cash, xiaeas at i Bis a W u, i'AHKB, Marshal. EXEOUTOB'S XOTIOE. THE UNDEHHIGNED HAVING been appointed Bxvcutors ot the last will sad tts. tiimrnt of Alex. HcDuU, deceased, hereby give nonce ta all credieiiro of said deceased, whether secured by mort- ?ag or otherwise, to present the same al lasir place or msIusss, duly authenticated, within six vnanlbs froaa lueoaio mreoi or lue; Ihev tall! ba (orsvu tuned t aai II pinnns inuebteu lo the said ah Alex, Mcbuf sraiefebr. requested to make Immediate payment to the under- signed. duun t. watehiiuub, aa , liKNHY WATKUHOUelC, ' Executors ot the last Will and Testament of Alex. .V.CUUS, aaceaaeo. Dated Honolulu; Hept. T. law. IU UIUlTtl AUTOWATIO attEAM BJ CYLIJrDEE LUBU0ATO1 VO HAH BT THI OMOLULU IBOW W01II 00 This Utile apparatus oila the cylinder constantly anal perfectly. . Ho little oil Is used that a savins of W an J wear equal, to four tlsiaa Iu cost nay be eKclM ta oa nt ato, ata. atir iiat Mss, aaa STEM aNOJKTER PIPE. We would call tlie atieatlon of thoas reaat4af rlptair to our Uffe stock al t fc 1 04,000 Ft ' On Hen I rJTTlMaaeveatModwaterrtaea. s. ;fJgfiWfMtMeTT, m;WAm V4 IM MfMMC ' ll i J i I .' ,2 '-Oi.