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be. connDRCiAL, nos'or.vr.i ocronm ., irvo, The, wteV opened np full of activity, through thotr flval sad departure of the S 5 Anstralla, and the sajllng f nearly all of our steam coasters to their several ports, fflttn? for the time A rush of business tbat'msny de. sited to have divided nut amon the six dsjrTo follow. The month has ben an nnnonalljr qnlrl one, consider Inn the scaon of the year and Hi" flfst month of the ..flnarter, and t our old residents times mnit be In Marked contract with the rnsh of the Incoming full whaling fleet of the " Fifties " Yet we cannot but ee the greater benefit lo the i onnlry In oor more even agri cultural growth throughout the year compared with the spasmodic activity of a few months each fall. Much an ""Ihese' Islands depended npon and proflted by the visits of the nhsllng fleet In what we are pleated to tsrra the "palmy days," there have been enstnms handed dorp or crept In to onr systems of labor that the planting In terests are now feeling the Injnrlnu effect of, princi pally (h? "advance waiea" evil. We say ntl,bcanefor want of wise forethought and united action imong onr planters and grarlers at a time when It could have been brought nndcr control, iLkai now grown to a monster that has an ominous future. K, P. Ad inn bcjfan on Thursday last a Credit Sale of principally Kngllsh floods, for ar'cnnntnf (I. V. Mac farlane A, Co., which seems to have resulted satWacto- .rltjr jjii Ihr whole, the first day's sale realizing from rW,000io9,fr. . Ware still without ah arrival from the Coast, and the chanres are largely In favor of latest advices per s s City of Hydney being received before the earlier dates per Discovery and It W Almy, that have been watched for all the week. PORT OP HONOLULU. Arrived. Octai-ll M H Oannet, llourke. from Panama It M M Auirnlla, Oarglll, from Australia Haw stnil l.lkellke. from Windward Haw achr Nellie Merrill, from l.ahalna llaw schr Kanlkcacull. from llonokaa Haw schr l.nka. from Knhali an .1 U Hpreckels, Hansen, from Kahulul IfliS Alaska. Drown, from lmoi Haw schr Kekauliiolil, from llanalel 37 Haw slinr .lames Makce, from Kauai 2 llaw schr Jenny, from Kauai llaw schr Warwick, from Kalauuapa 21-llaw,schf Mury Rllen, from llanalel llaw schr Wallele. from Mnllkn llaw stmr I.ehnn, from liana A Molokal Haw Stmr Mokolll, from Koolau llaw stmr Walmanalo, from Walmanalo SO -Haw stiar Kllauea Hon, from Kahulul Haw stmr O 11 Hlshop, from Kauai SaTUed. 25 II SflTlconderoga, Cromwell, for Han I'ranclsco K SI H Australia, Carglll, for Man Francisco Haw stmr l.ehiu. for Molokal and liana Haw stmr Kllauea Hon, for Kahulul llaw slmrO It Hlshop, for Kauai 26 A in vch Casslo Ilayward, Lu llalllstcr, for Hum boldt . . i, . Han "tmr Ukcflkf , for Windward llaw schr Nettle Merrill, for l.ahalna - M7 Haw schr Kckauluohl, for llanalel . i. , , if'Hawacbr Llholllm, for Knna and Kau 29 llaw stmr James Makce, for Kauai Vmel in Port. NATAL. It 8 K Alaska, tlrnnn II 11 M .1 Oannot, llourke MKItCIIArtTSEI. Jalulthetae 3?lcnlau, Haw schr Julia A Long, (lllley llaw bk Hawall.-Whltncy Am schr W II Meyer, Jordan Am bk Hensrwl llntler, Hydcr Kalalraachr Vivid. Can Icy Am fcgtnc John V Mpreckels, Hansen Vmili Expected t Honolnln, from Foreign Portu. ?Am bk Mohican, Berry, New York, duo Nov l-fi,Cnslle jri A Cooke. Agents . Am bk AuijrrTiirnc r, New ell, Ilostnn, due Jfor 17-1W, C Itrewcf A Co, Agents flrltbk l.lzslc Ircd.lc, Mosop, Liverpool, duo Dec 10-15, T II Davlcs, Agent Itrlt bk Villa, Price, Liverpool, due TJec S5-.10 Am bk II W Almy, Freeman, Han Francisco, due Oct 2.W), Cnstlc & Cooke, Afcnts Am bktnu Dlsoovery. I'vnhallow, Han Francisco, due Oct 2.V-JW, II llnckfcld A Co, Agents A.I bgtnn Hazard, Miller, South Sta Islands, due, W U Irttlu A Co, Agents Am 8 H Clly of .Sydney, Dearborn, Han Francisco, due Or.lisl II Hackfcld JbUo. Accnts Oer bk O F llarndcl, Hchrock, lircmcn, due Dec 15-"J), It llsrkri-lil A. On. Affents Am lik Martha Uidoout, .Wlckberg, Port lllakcly, due, Alltn . UnhlliSfitl. Al-ents Oer bk Atalauta, llrcrccn, loading Octl, 11 Hack fcld A Co, Agents Oer 8 8 Cassandra, Hongkong, II Hackfcld & Co, Agenta Oer bk LasTcr, , Whampoa, dtr. Sing Choug Co, Agents Swedish bk Herralne, Lonngrcn, Hongkong, Slug r -t ,ChonrCo, Agesita rfAlrt tern Wtl. lleebee, Kracben, New Castle (An bktne Kiqraa Augusta, Itnvcns, i'ort Uamble, for Ka hulul, due t Am sch Alice, Arey.rorfMaksley.for Hllo, Hawaii Am bk John M Clerk, Couaiu,.llungkoiig, loading Sep- lemuer i j t ? Am schr CUBS Hpreckels, Cousin, from San Francisco, ucv A iu i&auiiiili, via n,,v,0, ,, v, , , ., u. Co Agenta SHIPPIKOJIOTES. The Haw bk Hawaii Js at the old Custom House wharf, wheio he. la iflttlng and taking In stores for another crulso to the westward .for laborers. Shu will sail on Wednesday next. This will be an opportunity for persons wishing to send lotlers or papers to the missionaries at Micronesia. The Itatatca schr VVld Is at Judd's wharf, where she is loading with supplies for Fonnlng's Island, to tall on Monday next. The Am schr W II Meyer is -nt "Brewer Jfc Co'a wharf, where she will load for San Francisco, to sail probably on Saturday next. The Am ugina John I), Spreckels Is At Ilrcner & Co'a i wharr, loading with Sugar for San 'Francisco, to sail on ' Monday next, with n full cargo, taking U S mall. Tho Am bk Gen llntler Is at the foot of Fort stret discharging lumber and receding anew mnln-topgal-.lantmaat. Sh will sail for Port Townsend early next t1, jreek. J! ,R ,' - h Tho Am bk Mohican will be dn Trom Now York next weck,tuU (jeners.! cargo of merchandise. The'pMsaClty of Sydney wUl bo don from San T rclaco this ftetnoon with U-ej mallrbrlnglng news J 'to October Ski. It la rumored that HUMS Shannon may be expected to arrive here shortly from South America. tiai .Th atoMR tug Pele will probabiy.boready for aenrice Cigala ln.bouCt'tprwclM. blie .la being "done up Brown." MEMORANDA. Report of Htr Anstrallit.Carglll, Commander, cleared Sydney Ueads October'Tlh at 4 p in, with a moderate brvHivkud Hue weather; light winds and flno. weather prevailed mi to the lllh; sighted the Three. Kings at :!W a m of thla ilate, and Capo Maria Van Dlcman at B:-J0; winded "North Cane at 1:15 pm; Cavllla Island bean t 5r! sighted Tirl Tirl at I ! a m of the 12th and received pilot off Auckland at 4iW p m same date. After discharging and receiving New Zealand mails, passengers and cargo, cast off from tho wharf at 4 p Mj' discharged pilot at 5; Tirl Tirl light abeam at 6:80,, and l VM. -iWiLltllo Uarrler bore. west. 1 mile distant. Mel iBiwlth:itrhtwlda and nnu weather up to -the 14th. Lx changed signals with Stmr Zealandla at a a m this dator itrong, unsteady winds with a rough sea prevailed up to the Wilis met with heavy ran squalls on this date. Slgbtml the Island. of Upolnal mldnlghtofthe litli.nnil atlsUof the 18th bore W B miles distant; crossed tho equator at 5 aim wf tho Will, In long .I0," .: Fresh head winds prevailed from tho lUlh to the 21th; fitelTp)MorlIoa9liiuaMli-'' in orthia.dato. IMPORTS. From Sydney and Auckland, per Anstralla, October t5th-Coiichee Ahangl cs nidsel Chuug lloyi 7 cs mdse; Sam Wal Kcet 1. cs mdse; (too Klmi 1 cs mdse; PDal'oni acanHlsetTQThrnmt 1 cs mdse; Chilian t - ..dfta.Ua ...I-Aat kiss. Kmil i I ra coi a c iniisc: unung raaj i hh;i iv.ii.., . v. mdse; A W Hlchardsom t cs mdse; J Larki Jcsindsu; K i'.m.. t -a mria! A MeAVavnot ill cs mdse: o Choug i Cos 1 ca mdse; to ordert li . and 37 pkgs mdse, 25 cs I brandy; illackfvld A Cm S cj butter, M pkgs rppe; Cleghorn A Uot 11 pkgs mdsor Brewer .t Cot IM bags potatoes, ai) ske oaU; law pkgs In transitu. Ct I---A ." EXPORTS. Kor San Francisco, per Anstralla. October 25th s l.mo.tsaiba siuar, Wl,lsB lbs rice, lU,n lbs whalcboiie. ! aOMlJlitdos. l'Mt klm,4 lkg frolt. . bxa betel Telves.-tSII lincbs bananas. Value douwallc produce, W,M (W; fotelgu. 7UJ. BORN. UUNN-At'Star JUH.Kohala, Hawaii, OvtobcrU.lBSU " to the vilf of. K b Hubii, Kas,soi a BIE. WOOU-Suddcnly.oii th -'''a Instant. Wboard tho schooner Kaptolanl while leavlug Honolulu harbor for Ka. Jonx 0. Woou. of this city, aged 5i years. DILLINIIHAM -At Woo.Uawn.Ovt a, 1S.-0. ALrn, llunaunu, lufant sun of IV V and Kmuia L, Dllllughaw, , On the golden street, Cauusierfo astray. COOKK-ln this city Oct Ullh, Wat, lUnnuwK ilics. Infant son of Uhaa H and Auua U Cooke, ajed 17 saonthsand IS days, ',WIUTNKV-Ia this city, October nth. 10. Co; &Ut J., youngest child of Captain Heuiauim aud rs. arahht"ey. aged I wontka. 'iha funeral UI Uke tij.v at it) o'clock this fortioon, from the laiilly residence u Kuima street. Litllo Cornelius slumbers luadriauUasaleep, Aadkowll nctrrMakeu To see the gilevcd, vrbQ weep. lacked the Jlpa and eyelids , Of tbs pale face fair, For deilU has wou our darling Us cusps lb treasure Item, And U bl alrajil chawbers, Muni wUh aloom aud uixht. tf Ho bids us twttr las wvmi ouc, St the kivml ouc. u from oi sight. Audi s.ui suuta Bio ttmitt car cm 4 u mora, Uailuc with a last fr-'U We fiava blot now to Heaven. I r iWc th pure tM lufant fuqa, . -vHeath th (owxry od. ' . H , Wklld Lope aud faith are wfalaptrlrg I . The spirit dwell with Clod. ! J.OJ PASSKNOEIW. from Windward Torta per Lltrf-llke.Ocfil-W Feary, It Morrison, J P Cook, K IITenney, 11 Olllmait, LTur ner, W' Johnson, C Clark, W II Itlce, 8 M Damon, It Waterhome, 4 Lyons, II llnchanau. It OehlhaftVn, J W OlrvlnU O Smith, W II tomwcll, W.F Johnson; Mls Ptinlllo. Mr Meyer, Mrs J Mclolllns, 3 W Smithies and wife, M Cnlhnrn ami wife, KlaNahalelua, Mlea Akong, Mls M Alennl, II llcrtlemi4h, C llolle,.C l!osse,.Lai.t 1) Taylor, From Australia, per Antralla, October 2lth-MIs A McPherson, J Johnson, A Uoodwln. .J'or San Francisco, per Australia, October 25th- It Callard, Mrs Hamlllon and Servant, J T Arundel and servant, F P Morrison, Dr Stindart, A Killers. J Hynian and wife, J A Hopper and wife, D K Fyfe and daughter, NtMMIIfong. P.VMakec.Jndge McCnlly.K Mth-r. II Morrison. T J Wilson. FP ft llson, F .1 Lowrey, O I, Centrr. .Mrs V C Armstrong, Mrs P I Weaver, Mr Oak ford, Mr Olllpitrlck, Mr and Mrs Sell", Hon H O Wilder, Miss I, Wilder, J C Olade, wife and two children, W dtlley. 11 .1 Chrlitcr. P Day, J Coyle, Lhung tin, D Han. san, V Mealing, All Lao. A Hlamlier. Mrs A Day, C W Codec, W Donaul, T N Fltrgcralil, Mr lloberts, King Hnn. For Humboldt, per Ca'sle Ilayward, October 28lh Mrs Wentwtirth, THE SATURDAY PRESS Published for the Sstliuiat Pnrsj Association by IlOIIKItT OIIIKVK, Ilook, Job and Oenerat Printer, Honolulu, II. I. The fiATtinnsT Pnrss cannot nndertake to return communication", accepted or rejected, and we have to request correspondents to append their trne nanus and addresses, not necessarily for publication, If so de sired, but as a gnirantee of the good faith of the writer. (Kd. SATt'miAr Pitasa. , SATURDAY PRESS. OCTOIiEmo, 1880. It in rntlicr n good joko to find tlio ii!rwf talking or its ticiglitiorn hnvlng co.ncil tlio ttso of " pcrponalitica ntul intiomlocs, " mid of tlicto cotistittititii; a clilcf fenttiro In cacti isstio of llicira. What linn liocoina of tlio Gcmilno TroaBoti man? Aro tlio " Hobols and Traitors" all cpn dcmticd and executed, or do tlioy yet walk about tlio city without being afraid of even the tuatika sido of Merchant street? or is it that tho makers and vendors of poisonalities and itiucndocs havo been "caught, killed and cracked," ns Sydney Smith said all vermin should bo? This rumor of His Majesty's projected for eign tour still attracts attention and seems to bo favorably viewed by all parties. No doubt tlio King has suffered a good deal of worry and anxiety of late, and if half tho stories wo hear bo true, His Majesty's nerves havo been severely sh.ikcn and ho needs rest and change of sceno. Wo hope, however, that tho journey, if it bo decided on, may bo arranged and car ried out with a duo regard to economy, always keeping ,in mind tlio stato and dignity of a Monarch. In looking ovor tho various ap propriations made by tho Into Lcgiidativo Assembly, wo bco that tho sum total of tho items dovotcd moro or less directly to tho com fort and convenience of tho King and tho lloyal household, boar n proportion to tho whole wealth of tho nation which would stnrtlo and amuzo tho tax-payers in any of tho old debt bearing countries. V fail to seo that any good can bo accom plished by tho persistent efforts of tho Kcpiesi to wliite-wush Moreno. It matters litllo to us what Moreno is or was in Ohio. Wo all know what ho was and what ho did hero, and that ho is more upending Hawaiian public monoy. An Italian employed by a Chincso Company, bo catno hero to further tho inter ests of that company, not without a keen look out for his own. So far so good. But now comes tho mischief. By somo intorest or in fluence unknown and unintelligible to us, this man was thrust into tho Cabinet, when ho wan by law Ulnrjunlifiod for-nnkil, tlio DiiOrogo of ii constituency. Tho Representatives of tho throo great powers, jointly and soverally re fused to hold communication with such a Foreign Minister, Instantly a Bot of charges or accusations, false for tho most part, and frivolotiB as to tho whole, woro dr.twn up and transmitted at onco to their respective Seats of Government, demanding tho recall of tho throo Representatives, without llioso -gontlouion knowing what was going on. However, circumstances concerning Moreno wero m.ulo known and his resignation necessitated and yet strango to say, this man thus acknowl edged to bo wholly unfit for place and posi tion is put in possession of a largo sum of pub lic monoy, and a trunk-full of documents cap able of getting Hawaii into difficulties with half the grout nations on the oartli, and sent off with n sort of roving commission. Tho result is a suspousipu of diplomutio 'relations with tho Tlitoo Powers, pending tho roceipt by thoir consuls of further instructions. This is tho Moreno of whom ;we' know, and know too much. The 'Express says, ro the Ilttusaiians only, that Moreno not only dinei but travels about with General G.trfiold. This may or may not be true, but what Ones it prove on either supposition? In old Monarchical England they Bay "a cat may look ut a .King," and any two men may travol by tho aamo train ; how much moro in tho Republican United States, especially on the evo of a Presidential election. As to, ,ho nolo from Qluis. Foster J t i evidently wiittou in answer to tlio ques tion, " do you remember meeting mo at Wash ington sonic few years ago.' Tho answer is uflitiimtivo and little more. Suppose, that every one- in possession of ono of, tho iiuiuinur ablo autograph notes and post curds which Mr. Gladstone scatters nbout so lavishly, or every ono who hud shaken hands with him at Huwarden, were to refer to either fact us u proof thut tho great statesman (hereby guar anteed tho character, social, moral or political of tho questioner 1 Why then Mr. Gladstone would huo us largo a family of god-children as even General Gat hold, or Governor Foster t Thk crucial question ut present is, no doubt that 6f labor. It Is "sai'tl llmr there aro utar 1,000 .Ohiueae on, tlie way llUfier,' bit) (f it iio so tlioy will not suffice for our ueuU. It muy bo remembered that of tho number brought- by the Ho Chumj not ono shipped on , white man's plantation, but wero all taken up by their own couutryiuuu engaged in ricu or sugar growing. The price of lubor is such Ms to, almost swamp any concern unless with a largo amount of available capltul behtud it.and there seems to be no sign of wages being re duced. It is true that some old-established plantations Laving survived earlier difficulties yield n handsome dividend even at the pres ent price of labor, but it l"a very uphill work for a new plantutiuu struggling into existence. The Chinese are stf clannish, keep themselves so isolated, and seem to be iu some sort of kail!ignto4 o a vcrrtrifijl najtin tliAt they contrive to keep up lite price of labor ut a really preposterous figure. Then again as to douiestioservlce, oue'cuVotltaiita nalfAraiued youth wUo wiHf.oudwwwid to jeart) his work at the hands of his misireM, in cousidtration of Um rueaipt of wagas at the ruto equivalent to thoM of a Loudon butler, and veu then ha U rvedy a' throw up bis employment, and take himself otf, tho moment he lwu got his wos safe tn his pocket, whatever may bo thoinconvciilerico to lita einployor. It is now very difficult to get a Chtiiaiii'tu to Bhip for a period for domestic service, nntr if ho docs ho demands an extravagant ndv.iuco. , Whatover may bo tho tliffictiltics in tho wnyTtWo think it would bo quite worth trying lo' communicate again with tho Government of Great Britain with a view to procuring labor, both field.aiid domestic, from British India. Thcroaro almost inuiimcrablo classes, tribes and vnrictics pf rnccs lictw ecu the llimal.iyns and Capo Comor iti. Wo havo published lately letters from gentlemen who havo served in India and Coy Ion in both civil ntul military capacities, strong ly advocating tho introducing of somo nf thesu people. That thoro may bo obstacles in apol itical point of vlow is very true, but so thoro are to ovory international undertaking. How many years elapsed, and how many missions wero sent forth, from tho firsl attempt to get n reciprocity treaty with the United State, to its final accomplishment. Tho present seems to us n particularly favorably opportunity. Sinco Mr. Carter nntt Mr, Wodohouso wero in London a new Minister presides at tho Foreign Office, a now Minister nt the India office, n now Vicoroy has lately reached his scat ol gov ernment, and a new Governor has gone to Madras. It seems as if the negotiations might be opened nficsh, rib initio, ns soon as our un comfortable position in legard tn the tluco great treaty powers is amended, and suspend ed diplomatic relations resumed. Wo shall probably have to cat our leek, mid swallow n lesson in good manners, and then, wo hope, nffuirs may go (in smoothly iigain. Thoro is somo talk of a meeting of tho Hoard pf Immi gration to bo held at an early date, when planters nml agents will bo invited to discuss this great labor question. Wo hopo with somo piactical rcsnlt. TOPICS OTJTHE DAY. In connection with Christian names a cor respondent mentions tho following interesting fact, which cumo under his notice while em ployed on a law caso: Thoro was buried re cently an old lady, tho widow, long surviving, of n gentleman who had for his godfathers two no less distinguished personages than Lord Nelson, unci General Washington. Thegcntlo man's namo was Horatio Washington Kirk patrick. Was ho baptized in America, or did Washington stand godfather by proxy ? If the former woro the caso, it would havo been qttito possible for Washington 'and Nelson to havo stood together at tho baptismal font, assuming that Nelson, who cortiinly commanded a man-of-war on tho North American and West India Station, visited somo Atlantic port of tho United States. Tho J)uko of Kent, tho futher of Her Majesty Queen Victoriu, was presont nt ono of " Lady" Washington's Now Year's re ceptions at Now Yoik. Thk now Musical Hall, at tho junction of King and Merchant streets and nearly oppo site tho Now Palace, is rapidly approaching completion, the roof, a very strong and well braced ono, having been covered in this week. Tho building throughout will bo admirably fitted for tho purposos to which it is to bo do votcd public meetings, balls, concerts, loc tnres, and thoatrical representations. It is 120 by 00 feet on tho ground plan, with brick walls 40 feet high, 3 feet thick at the base, running to 10 inches, and I foot nt tho oaves. Tho au ditorium will bo divided into Dress Circlo, Fomilv Circlo and Pnrnuotte. on tlm ground floor, and a Gallery abovo, tho whole capablo of easily Boating an audienco of ovor 000 per sons. All tho latest improvements as to vou til.ition and accommodation both for players and audienco have boon adopted. Wo learn that the honso will be ready for occupancy early in Decembor. By the return of tho Aw tralitt, a company of professionals is expected, led by Mr. and Mrs. Wells, who it will ho re membored made a very favorable impression on our community last Hummer. Mr. Charles Sclinltz, a popular orchestra leader in Cali fornia for tho past ten or twelve years, is also expected. Great credit is duo to tho building committee, Messrs. S G. Wilder, A. S. Clog horn aud A. MciWayne, for tho onorgotio and thorough manner iu which tlioy havo planned and executed tho work. Hon. S. G. Wildkii iook his doparturo for San Francisco and tho East on tho steamer lnsi Monday on business connected witlt tho pro jected, railway on tljo Island .of Hawaii. A chartor was granted on tho 5th of July last to B.'P. Adamsj Henry May 'and Wm.'o. Wildor and their associates, for tho term of fifty years, as a corporation for tho purpose of eonsti not ing and maintaining " a railway or railways from a point in tho district of Kohala on the Island of Hawaii near or approximating to Hart's Mill, to Muhukona, mid from thonco along or near to the sea-coast to Kawaihao, or to some intermediate port this will probably bo Keawanui aud from theuco through Wni meu and Hamakua to Laupahuohoo, with blanches from llonokaa to Kiikiiihuelo and other places." Tho capital stock is fixed at 81,000,000, two thousand shares at 8300 ouch, with power to increase to 2,000,000, Suf ficient of this stock has been takou up to war rant the commencement of operations on the first section of the road, from Niulii (Hart's Mill) to Muhukxpa, i(i ,'Kohula, ,cis(njico of seventeen miles. Gruding will comnienco on tho return of Mrv Wilder, about January Ut, and tho rails and muleilnl are expected to bo horo in Juno next. Tlio gtlago of tho road iwill beifroiffi 30 iuchca lo a feet, with rails weighing 20 lbs. to tho yard. Thoro will bu two loconiotitres and (My, curs, including ono firs'olas and two second-class passenger carB. Thoro are number or large gulches ravines in Kohala, aud for fivo or these ticstlo work will be required, Tie propor surveys havo been made for the entiru routo, including tho distance from Kawullwo tq llumakuu. Tho probabilities uru that within n 3 our from iiow tho planters of tho rich district or Kohala will be enjoying tho benefit of quick ami safe con veyance of their products to the port of sliip nient td market. Wdor the mlln,.i,AVnr 1878, amende,! at the last session o tlio Legja- miure, mo uoverniuent has granted a subaidjr for tho Kohaja section, at the rate of 2,5W per mile, amounting o ?,500. Wo learn also lha(Cnpt.T. H,,Hobrpn has an uppllo., Uo before Jlw Privy Comicjl Tor n charter fur lijs Wailnkn, Kulmlul and Hamakuapoko rail way, the fust, section of which has been in opuratiou for the past six months. The lust Legislature passed an Act "Rsvj latlng-to LssiMtrH and Wli.Lous,'whfch. aY,1. f" llie erection pf a sufficient num ber of laundries, and. wash houses." on the f r5?.Br(8r lH Mill '? am, near Joot, of f f ' TMrtuor'that7" YoWam. nfter the 1st dSy of bclt&VturwulMiy psoi who shall carry on tho business oiPJaundry keeping or washing; for liiro within tho limits of tho city uf Honolulu, except in such build ings ns provided in Section 1 of this Act, shall bo liable to a rWbf fifty dollars for 'rJAcli and every tiny or part of a day, during which ho shall so carry on snch business; and jndofnttlt. of payment of such lino shall bo imprisoned at hardjabor until such ftno is paid " Under this act a test caso lias been brought iti Ihd Supremo Court in Uaneo, nt tho present term, and Messrs. Castlo & Hatch, counsel for a Chincso laundry man, argued that tho act iu question is itnconstilutiotml j tliat tho" Inw ts too sweeping in declaring iu effect all laundries and wash houses to bo public nuisances ; that a strict enforcement of tho letter would pro hibit washing in families by hired servants; that under tlio, Constitution "No person shall bo subject to punishment for any nffenso, ex cept on due and legal conviction thereof, iu a Court having jurisdiction of tho caso ;" that tho Inw as tn common nuisances (Chapter 30 I'cnal Code) is ample, ami that tho proper cotirso would bo to proceed under that law' against laundry men who may bo held to bo maintaining a nuisance Tho question raised is an interesting as well ns nu Important one, us connected with both private rights and tho subject of thu public health. An opinion from their Honors ;nay bo expected sometime during the recess. Wo nolo that tho wash houses crccteil by tho rivorsidoby tho Minister of the Interior are as yet unoccupied, and that the Chincso "Wash Iron" establishments nro still in activo operation' all ovor tho city. Tlio laundiymen complain that tho accommoda tions at tho government wnsh houses aro in sufficient ; that tho cxposuro to high winds nt that locality' renders the clothes liable to damage iu drying; and thai tho rental de manded is too high. Commuulcated. The " Telephone Exchange " Syatom. Kxperictico of various tolcphono-exchangeB in largo cities throughout thu world, although limited, has dovolopcd tho fact, that as tho number of subscribers increases, tho number of communications increases in (it leitstn ten fold ratio. Thus, if with one hundrod subscribers thoro nro fivo communications day apiece, then with tire hundred subscribers thoro will bo ten communications a duy by each subscriber. To mnko tho necessary connections and dis connections nt a central office, quickly, reliably and with uniformity, without coufusion, has been it question of great difficulty. Various plans of making, and varieties of apparatus havo been duvisod, tried, found wanting, and abandoned, nnd now nil large Exchanges aro using a third and fourth sys tem, and yet iricgnlurity and confusion aro frequent. This is chiefly owing to tho fuct that all theso systems absolutely requiro so largo u staff of operators. Time, however, is tho all important consideration, and it is-evident that tho best system is that which will occupy tho least timo. Tho systems rcforrcd to above, aro till essen tially alike, though differing mote or less in dctnil. Tlioy may bo called tho "Ono Wiro 'System,'' which works as follows: Ono sub scriber wishing to communicato with another, signals to tho central office by dropping an indicator or ringing a boll. Tlio office con nects him by tolepltone,,niid asks tho name of the person with whom ho wishes to communi cate, ana on Jibing linurnica, no rings to tho per son wanted and oour.ocls the two together. This would Hoem simple enough, but when u press of business" arises, confusion is the probable ro sult, lint the system invented by Mn V. Shaw, ougineer of tho "Law Tolophono Com pany," of New York, and worked by that company, known us tho " Two Wire SyHteni," requires tho least possiblo timo for making connections and accordingly is superior to nil others. It may bo .described thus: Each subscriber is connected with the central office by tied wires, tho iiist, is tho utual wire, or may bo called tho privutit wiro, mid which may, if preferred, havo moro than ono subscriber in circuit, tho second is tho ' calling wire," and has from 50 to 100 sub scribers in circuit. Tho privato wires aro used exclusively botwoen' tho subscriber, and the calling whes exclusively for calling tho central office to connect or disconnect tho pri vato wircs.i (At tho central ofiico a trans mitting and, a receiving tolophone aro con nected permanently with each calling wiro, nnd au operator is seated with tho receiver con stantly athiscar, and a trunsiuiifor close iu front of him. ' All subscribers aro numbered and names aro not'iiKod. j. , . i If any subscriber, say 231, wishes tn com municato with, say 517, ho puts the iccoivor to his ear, posses a push-button, which there by connects ihini with tho calling wire, nnd says in his transmitter, '431047. Tlio oper ator iu tho ceitral office instantly repeats, 231 847, wliiqh'is hoard at the'sauie timo by tho caller, who fion releases his push-button, and by tho swc)i board oporators, who then ring tho bolls' nf both numbers, and connect thorn together,, Wjicn, lip (,2Jl) has finished his coinintinicUiou ho presses iq:aiii his push button and slys disconnect 231, or 5(7 may 'sny disconnoci547. Ily this system It may bo noticed that iu tho central office tlii only words'spokon woro 231 aud 517, uud, d connect ono or other. Other systems need n ro talking, ami of courso the more there is, the greater risk of confusion, mistakes, aud dllay. Under tho "too Wire 8ystom," tho "call, er " and tho " cflled !' furc both made known to the central tfflue iu almost an instant of time, unit it thctoiily remains lo ring tho boll of each nnd ciSnoot them ; In actual practice this is usually (mo in ton seconds. Thus ton ('uicb as many jo'asoges may be sent in n j;lv cn time! as c'oull bo accomplished undor uuy other system, a I not ouly moro quickly hut moro systematic Ily. Again, subscribers may connect ami dicosnect ut will, iu rapid suc cession; an tnvaubl.(catbrs of the iilvoiilion. Orders may 4 given and received Ijotwoen different centra) ffilaes connected by '"Trufik MkW' ju J twosn the central offlee aud the lubucriborr. On this plan Lsw Telogrsplt Ceispitny work ft csatra! fficus iu Neiy York, and cun ifttsllUlr osWB icti'tt l?efi u.bsuribors r;aisllCtd Wtil'TH?'f"SaS yllinust as sws osfes. J Tb to w'r" '(M, I"proye to the Istest dit, w MtroatieM In Honolulu, as the "Hj."!" ttejl Tstspkone Companjr." Tbs Bsit f y sp:a snd sll que f.f .J .t !,. Ilnim,tiv' nSIJk. A.. tioos uswin - v"i'; ". Whitney" H Itooertaou's, whcfeMhfijrccntral 1 office is situated. fc JMio first fifty instruments nro already sub scribed for, but the Company having ordered fifty more, nro ready to receive now subscrib ers, t. Flncei of Worship. PrAMr.n's nmirt ltcv S P Damon, Chnplaln, King treet, near the fnllors' Home. I'ri aching at II m. Meats frec.bablntli School before the morning service, l'raycr meeting on Wcdncday evening" at "7Jf Vclock. Kiinr HrnaitT Cutinuii ltcv W Vrcar, l'ator, corner of Port nml.llerctrtnla streets Preaching on Hundays at 11 A h and 7! , r m. Sabbath School at 10 a ic. St ANtinaw's CiTlfronAI 1!nfll,li srrvlepst lit Iter Jhe Hlshop nf Honolulu and Her Th.is lllncHburu. Ha- wnunn servic-si iiev jex .Mscsinunii ftisi, noiy Communion t.l, Matins and tirmpn (llannllnn)i II, Mntlns, l.ltninr and Sermon (Kngllsh; 4, Kvensong (Hawaiian)! Tan, Iltcnsong and Sermon (Kngllsh) Hymns (Kngllsh). morning! 119, 1W, 31-1 (part l)i evening! j0, 170,-71. Kawaiaiiao Cnuitcil-Ilcv II II l'srker. Pastor, King street, above the Palace. Hrrvlcr In Hawaiian every Monday at II a m. Hnbbatb hchool nt IDa v. livening services ut 7t o'clock, alternating with KanmaUaplir. District meeting" In various chapels at 3 mr x. Prayer meeting every nlnesday st , v . Kaumakai-ili Cnuncn Hot M Knars. Pastor, Here tanla street, near Nuiianu. Services In Hawaiian every Siinnay nt ll,;, a m. Sabbath School at DVj A m, Even ing services at T'J o'clock, alternating with Knwalahno. Prayer meeting every Wednesday at ill r s. IIoma" Catholic CiiUncif Under the charge of IU ltev lllshop Malgrot, assisted by ltcv father llermsnu; Fort slnei, near llerctnnla. Services every Snnday at 10 a M nnd i v m. Wnlthnm WfitoiiosI From the Sydney Dally Telegraph, June 2(1, 18st). The Waltham Watch Company have been awarded tho only gold medal given for nnlc.hr at the Sydney Inter national Kililliltlon, and nro tho only exhibitors In nny class from the. United Mtatts ulio havo received this distinctive recognition. .11. .1ICI.-4lilt.-4V. 1 Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Co-Partnorship Notice. 'PUIS 18 TO CKUTIJ-'Y THAT THK JL iindirslgiied are resident ci-pnr(ncr of the firm of A. W. Illchiirdson ,t Co. Honolulu. A, W. HICIIAIUISUN, 0 Im MKS. K. C. HlfllMtlJSON. NOTICE. rpiIKJjMUM Ot'CASTXiU & COOICU, X doing n tluiiernl Mercbandisu nnd t.'ommlssliiu lluslness lu Honolulu, consists of SAM UKI.N. CAS n.K ar.d.lOSlII'lIll. ATlillltTON, both residing lu Hono lulu. 'J -'t NOTICE. CIIATtTiUS II. lllSIWl'ANI) JOHN II, 1'ATY, both residing In Honolnln, roiistltutu tlio Co pirtuershlp doing business ns Hankers In llono lulu aforesaid, under the linn iimm-of lllpbop ,t Com pnny. tlSt II1HIIU1 CO. FOR SALE OR LEASE. rpiIE -WKriJs ICNOWN VJIKMIHKS X of the undersigned, situated on King Street, neir the bridge, are offered for sale, or lease on a long 'turn to responsible putties. Apply to 1 m T1IOS. A. TIIIIUM. Co-Partnorship Notice. H-ENItY J. IIAKT AND ULTilS A. Hurt, both residing lu Honolulu, constitute the firm of Hart Ilriis., doing business ns Itestniiriint and jiiiii.iru onio.ni ivuepcrs. Oct.Wth. 18i)- iiAitriutos. sx a 3t PROPOSALS FOR BOEING AN ARTESIAN WELL NEAR' HONOLULU Will be received by the Trtitecs of the I.nnalllo Estate, Till the 15th Day or November. For particulars, inquire of S. II. Dole. KDWIN O. IIAI.Ii, I .,, 9 8t H.ll.UOI.K. 'Iruatcea. Mortgagee's Salet oi" Ileal Estate. PUKSUANT TO A. I'OWjKIl OP sale contained In n certiln Jtortgn ' Deed, dated Fcbru try IGtli, l&U, iniidalHlni.cn T. KII'I, nnd Jtev. i:. llONII, Uecorded In I.lbcr m luges 111, 1 1 tl). .Mr C S ltartmv Is instructed b C It Smith. Assignee of said mortgage, to sell ut his rooms at Public Auction, On Saturday November 27, 1880. AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, All tint certain lilcco nnd parcel of land situated In the town of Hllo, Island of llnwull, together nlth nil lin. liriivemeuts thereon, being the same rimrrytil toT Klpl by Katiluwale by dood rcumled lu Liber 21 on page '.H.1 containing ai.'jyO feet or KMOU acres, fronting on Wiila iiuciiiiu street. For further particulars apply to C. ,S llAllMnV, Aur't. KIOIIAKD F. I1ICKKRTOX, Att'y fur Mortgagee ASTOR HOUSE FINING AND LUNCH PARLORS, Nos. 70 nnd 78 Hotel Street, HART BROTHERS. Proprietors. Board ly thoDay, Week or Transient BILLIAB I, Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco, Soda Water and other Iced Drinks. Meals Served in First-Class Style AT A I.I. 1IOURH. HENnV'j. HAltT, 825 0 EtilS A. H AltT. Administrator's Salo of Heal Estate. TN THK MATTKIlorTHKKSTVTK X of tT. Kanalim, decc.ieil,,lntestatc.-Hr virtue of mi prderor sale by tho lion, o.'o. Harris, Chief .lusil Is.1 Sm s,u,tcl? Uo"'. '"'Ins Court of Probate, on, iSfi VuV.i?i'5yo"if A- " 1MU' i" ,""i""i'-i t ON SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 18th, 1880, At 13 o'clock noon, at the rront diKir of Alllolaul Hale, all tho right, title and Interest nhich the suld Charlea Kanaln.i, deicascd, had In aud to THE FOLLOWING PARCELS OF LAND, NAMELY; .noN-acriioJo'oe1,'.': a""' a"U IO"U",""t LOT a-I.KIIA.iiKallhl uforesald. and contaln ng an nrta of 0j tt-nw acroa, morn or lessl (Theso iw Tl'tio' l"oynlVaaieiit) ' "iAa'a cxcellcnlirliiirluiids. I.1.T aoVK r.T Of I.1VI sltnated in famoo, llonolulii. Immediately In rear of the risldencn or ltev, r,.rl?'i'r.fnr"ee ,ro,V.,!ot,',1 rtfect. containing ail area or JS-lUlnf an acre. This lot la leased for turner annum, llio lea.o expiring Juuo auth, i. ' f.UT4 That lot on the 'corner-of King and Pnnch. i'l,.r.rT,M,.V,ll,h ",0 ''S!!'.1. lero.ni. ctitlult s a , area of ll.tut) of no octiv This lot u .object to a Hie In. .r?.or aacl,iSu.l,r,k""- " 'oni.ln.n,. ln laikT IUr.nl In Til . !-.. Itr.ti.ti.i a.. .Vi,I7-f'?l,5":,"''0J,'!,t!nS ;'. "res. This The lejsc expjres eplunberao, JBai, i ir i -" '- Wa'lIAI'IKW, situated In KiKilaiiiinkD, Cihii, survey of l,lcli la now lii touraa of preparation. Thl.'la a va'luab piece of land iom. I'rtflnsifraa mubi.,1 rlcvland. uud aluaulol .U onds and wlirije sofTl .nbj.ct lo a leiaoon Jlso "r ai uium' Mplrlng Decemberai, 1MI; ,a ,cJ,i &"a K.jijjj per anuuiii, expiring October SI, toot). ' I.UTtl The veil known lot of IIAIJfMKIl'O .It. Uf a'.? . '" WalW, ""a to'"'''"n ! M s"rs o( Ww .i'ir.,0TTh HIL,,),N,S " llmaboTO lot o be soldsepaiacly.Budto be, removed within -dav.afre? Hi" alo. ThB lot of Ifalmoclpo (JVita B and IU) will h Ho..oisii,.t'ff,ci!a' Kw g fr ?& " KOTICE T8 HKin.mvrC.IVTW TO ATl'KH- ilil"-IS? '.! m..,',""..of ! "Mholder. of the U... -"-7- : -'-"ii,, ,m uu mv wi9 urnr or uclober. V"iLl '" "ii !" 'r of iucorporutlon graattit to Ihein and their associate and .ucsessoni. ifcf.a',Et2!,i'?iBJ,le.r "la J-hi'tw orgauUed Itself d leojed sVilMhoriuuNd oAcclteAlci vitite'lVV"""""' Uns Hpreckels - flsiifT J ,,-,l!i'!i: ,...,...Ji.oH Walker -v,r?Jiwr',-!"M,.Vv i..C'haNltpencor Notice is also vlvrn that pursuant to the terms of said charter, no HlocCboMer shall be lndliaslTufcl ?w ih-M'.HJ'i"' " 'Pn eyod lb. aaioontihlcb shall bd due upun tho share or share, award or held t? 'J WMOIMWIN. ' m ' Becretiry llllca Hugar Co. TO LET. A,NKAT OOITAOK CONTAININO mmc1Lixtoxx, of AUUAIA1 M.1WKJ vs v ' M" " ' SPECIAL CHEAP SALE! THE UNTIUH STOCK OF $15,000 MUST BE SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST JiXJ'AVTLYff A LA RGB SlinWWNT OF NEW GOODS DIRECT FROM SEW YORK MORE ROOM IS NEEDED ! MY STOCK MUST BE REDUCED ! Prices to Suit All. Prices Below other Houses. Prices Less than Hall Real Value. Ladies, do not Fail to Visit my Store and Price my GooJs, As tho Ilenvoist Reduction lias been iiiimK Call o.trly nnd soct.ro sotiio of tlio JJiirgiiins. BARGAINS AT TUB C. O. V. B. CHAS. J. FISHEL. 819 3 OI'FICK I'OK HUNT! TN TUB XKW MASONIC IIATjL X IlulldliiK, corner (iHliiceii find 1'ort,',",,1',,',!5!v FISBEBR'S CHAMPAGNE CIDER MANUFACTORY AND GROCERY. No. 1.1 I.I 1 1 His Nlrr-ct. iy Wailuku Poi Factory. BUST QUAIilTY Ol' I'AIAJ AIAN ufiiclHtLd constantly. All orders tilled lth dls intch. K. II. I1AII.KV. ' b ly Wallukn. M mil. FAMILY BOARDING SCHOOL South Konn, Hawaii, J7OU HAWAIIAN GJItLS. COX ' ducted by the ltev. S. II.. fc Mrs. DAVIS. TtTiiiK, Ac, on nipllentlou. '"i HIGOINS 8c JESSF.TT, Nos. DO and W Kins lit., TygyymoDi, Palntom, Vm-iil-hom 31-22 All kinds of Itepairlni! nttsuded to, nnd Rood work Siiiiraiiltfcd. nt Low Jtates. B Iy H. W. SEVERANCE, Hnwniinu Consul & Commission Morohnnt 7 310 California St.. C'nl., Itoom No. I. ly WRAY TAYLOR, ORGANIST AND CIIOIRMAHTRU of Si AndJew's Cnthedriil, teacher of I'luiio mid OrR-in. Itcsldencc, IIIhoi'H College, Nuuniin Ateniin, Honolulu. 7 lm NOTICE. DEPOSITORS IN Tin-J SAVINGS Il.ink hnvliiK hcen credited on the 1st Instantuitli thu interest uccrucd on their soeul aceoiuits, they arc ruiissted to scud ln their Pus Honks, thnt tho entries In conform muy lie nintlci therein. IlISHOI A; CO. Honolulu, Sent. -Ji, IbaO. WW Co-rartiiorsUIp Notice. THIS IS TO C13UTJFY THAT WIS nru co-pnrtnurs In lrislness under tho llrm iiamu of A onu I.ion A. Co., doiti business in the llauullnn Kingdom, nnd thut the naitieri of the coi)artiiera of said firm nro ns follows: Wong Leoni;, rostdiu;; nt Honolulu, Onhti. Alio, residing ut Honolulu, Oahu. , Wong Ascn AUona rc!dln: ut Canton, China. Mon; Axsun, residing nt Honkon, China. Wou Auanu, resldlncut Molokal. Our llrm namo that of Wour J.cong A Co., nnd our principal place of business ut Honolnln, Oahu. WO.NO LEONO A CO. Dated Honolulu. O.tnlier 0. 1H8Q. 7 3t MUSICAL HALL ASSOCIATION. BY OJIVISR OF THIS HOAIW OF TrustceM or the Musical Hall Association, the third assessment of a", per cent, on the stock of Iho said As sociation is mndo duo nnd paynlile immedl ilcly at tho ofiico of A. 31cWujne, Eso., Treasurer. , , , J. A. IIASSINOEIt, Secretary. Honolulu. October 23, 1B3Q- H .it Copartnership Notice. 'PHIS IS TO CKKTIFY THAT WT5 J. the undersli'n-d aru co-purtnera of tho firm namo of Hrmau llrothers, Honolulu. !!' 51 ,,!lr,,,n" Senior, residing In San Francisco, !i. w1!)","l"''I",,1"r'f,'8l,1,,,!'1" H Francisco, .Mlchl llyuian, resldlne In New York, Morris Hynian, resldlii" In Honolulu, J. Hyman, rcnldilli; ln Honolulu. , , . , HYMAN linos. Honolulu, October gl. 1SSU. a im CHAS. BLEIBTREY. l'KOPHIETOlt OK THK HAWAIIAN BRUSH FACTORY NO. 75 HOTEX. STREET, T-ESPKCTFULJjY INl-'OltMS THE Lti people, of these Islands that lie is prepared to man iifncturu all kinds of llrushca at lowest rates, havlnir had uu experience of 34 years. AU Work Guaranteed .ud Promptly Attended To. I dostro to call idtontloii to (lie following prices t Dander llrushcs, from 3.1 to 75 cents each ; Scrub und Shor Ilrushes, from 15 cents dp: Counter Duiters uud Whitewash Ilrushes. from SSccnl. up; Horse Ilrushes Furniture mid Fulnlera' Dusters, from M cents up; Ami nil ntl,... I l.l. (..., ..I ......... ul,i ,.,, , ,ruMjrii(in Jluchlnc, Flno uudJeuulry Ilrushes mado to order 8 lm VOLOANO xxottasei VHATKII or UF HII.AVKA. W. II. IslONTZ, MANAGER. Plenty td eat. n ronsliiL' flrr, clean beds, and Hie best att; ndaure on the lla,wallm Islands. 1 1sllors requirlii!' nuy uiiusiiiil display of volcanic nctlon tt III kudly hTvu Maimi'pr ut least ten days nutlco lu nne neither, and from eleven lo thirteen In foul. till Notice. S. DKC'KKR IN MOT A tiTIIOItlKKD TO ciillt or Hlsn any receipt, or bill of any kind with. nut my written order. 8 tCls lm a. MAtlNIN. SPECIAL NOTICE. A IiTi ACCOUNTS HUM AND OV- , -" w...v mi " mi i nun uu; me iotn nay or ai ntul uuisi b, .etthd tvlth J. II. HUck only. All indibtediiei. lit! Ifi I tin si.! ii in ilattM tvlll t. u..nln.l 1.1. llonoliilu,.ugu.t!, 18W. J" "' BLBir-3 Ti:GS TiEAVK TO INFOUM HIS ,f.J! 'rl'nd,"J,,,,,.0'.",b,.lB uenerally lhat he la now prcpnrcd to do all kinds of Wutch Itciialrlujf & Jewelry Mminfisctnrliig In the best matiiicr, and sutlslacllon giurauleed. lib would also stati lint all watches left by Mr. Wcller 'Jril""Y l'''l charge, and will be alteuded In promplly. Thaiikrul fur past favors, and hones for a contlnuaiico of tho Mine. JIAXKUIvAKT, Jeweler, 4c, . iioiioiuiu. sept. a. ih. Hi'j i a; NOTICI. A'lf1? ANyUAL MKIVTJNG OI' ihi .,.h.H iVcl,,,?,.,,w. i .Uitt W"'1"" Sugar Company, Itme,e?.;;eVB'.Vi,"li,e,!0biriW,h',9,W' ,U 'olluw OllJfakeo.!.., , :Vlcc.'rcldei.t A. i tJalliulglit , il'rcasnrur pro Inn mi u ;Hr'.i.M., hetretary. MAKSB SUfiAR GOMFANT HOGiC . . rom. lAxi! T'lIIS PKANTATIOK HAS FIX- 1ST, p ."AeT " ,tton,l . "t VH4 Ion. of n.?ar, uiak IBB 2u (on. inaiiufaciiiriid .luce April 1st. ifo, The next crop, of almut a) acres, w I be'eady lo coin nerei trrindlnu about N'u.emUrr Ulh. Tlio plan Ulloii I. v iall M.'lon'.WS" V"'." h" '"'nUance of wit"; ivrTrn! ?'rri;!..'!i "i.'ta the w-rsoualsuDervUlvuof be Honolulu Jal m two . ' MtSH.1' VMffi FfiN?' "- A? - n QOFli'MlOlfU KOKA, COVVK1S, Oo - Partuorsliip. coiikkb riiitr axu iiotki. htn. cupiiiMB cointT or TUB HA- O allan Islands. In 1'roliato. In tlio eslnle nf .iTjIIN C. WOOD, of Honolulu, deceased, Intestate, lie. fore Mr.-fustlcodtuld, . ,,,, . . , . . On readliiL' nnd miner Iho petition of Louisa Wpn.1 widow, of Honolulu, HlIC;liiK that John i O. nod, nf Honolulu, died Intestate nt Iloiiolnlu, Oahu, on the itdiy of October. A. 11. 18.H0,nnd iriiyliiK that letter of administration Issno to W. I,. .WIIcot. It s or.lsred tliit TUESDAY, tho )th liny of Nntemlier, A. IMVtj, lie, and hereby Is, appointed for hcnrliiff snld pilillmi barora tho snld ,'nsllco, In tlio court-room of this Court, at Honolulu, nt Which timo nnd place nil person, ton. cerned iniiy appear and show cause, If nny they lists, why snld petition should not bu jrtnnled; nnd Hull lids order bo published In tho Knallsli latiittingo for Hires flllCCCCllVC nUCMlll """J """ ni.iir.ni ill "D'aVcu'lionolubi Hj,!.. October h. A. . IHO. Justice o( thu Supreme Court. Attesti A.H. Deputy Oletk. U .it Sunnssna couht or thu iu. ttallnn IslaiiflJI. Ill DnnVriijitey. Ill thu mailer of KM II. WKI.I.KH, nn nlleucil bankrupt. Notici: Is liereliy uheii that n meclliiROf the crrdllnn who havo proved debts against the estate nf Kmll Wi Iter tothonmoutitor$liilor more, villi bo held ntlhit units or tho Clerk of tlio Supreme Court, at Alllohinl Hale, a Honolulu, on .MONDAY, tho 1st day of NOVK1II1KR, A. D. 188J, nt 10 o'clock A. .11 for the purpose or rlect Inu Assignee of snld bankrupt's estate pursuant lo Us Statute. A. ItOSA, Deputy Chrk. Honolulu, October 111, 1SSO. 8 5t SU1MU3MK COUltT OF THB IU. vtnllan Islntuls. In Probate. Island of Onhn, llv walliin Island, ss. In the mutti r of the estato of JOHN II. OONl'.Y. late or llonolulii. In tho Island or Oahu, ilcccnsul. Onl nppolutliiir timo for l'robiitu of Will and directing pub lication of thu snme. A doi uincnt iniriiortliiR to bo tho last villi npd testa. incut of John II. Coney, decensed. hat Ini: on Hie ann day of October. At D. 18S0, broil presented tn snld Pro bate Court, mid n petition for Iho probate then of, and for the Issuance of letter teslumiiilnry to Isntnuel C Allen and Uilmird l'rcston, hntlnc leen tiled by Hit enld Samuel O Allen and Kilwnnl I'nston. It Is hereby ordered, that MONDAY, thu :-M ilsy of November, A. 1). 1M, nt Id o'clock A. M. nf said ilay.it tho court-room of said Court, nt Alllolaul Hide, in Honolulu aforesaid, bo, and the snmo Is. hrrcliy ap pqlul id the lime for proline said ttlll nnd licttlngMld nppllcatlon, when nnd ulicrd any person liilerrrtcd muy nppenr nml contest tlio suld will, and tho granting of letters teeliimcntnry. ll Is further ordc cd. Hint notice thereof he elten ly publication, for threo successive WLeks, lu a mwspahrr printed and piibllshul in Honolulu In the Kiifrlish lautsiino Aurl It 1 fit.f lini-t,rrtopil. Ihnt -llnllnt,. Itn I..,imI tn tho suhscrlbini' witnesses to suld ttlll. und tn the heirs tl of tho tctutor in thin Kltitdom, to nppear nnd contest ll ii.nn.Ui...r ..l.l ..ill .. ,1... ,!... .1...., ;1 ,,,u fi,iut.iu iji mux mil, w. ,i.i ,i,i,(i uiii'wiiitiM. Dated Honolulu, II. I , October SOlh, IrAsn. OIIAH.C.JIAIIKIS, Chlef-Tustlco of the Supreme Court. Attesti A. ItosA. Deputy Clerk. 8.11 MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTENTION TO FORECLOSE NOTICE IS IIETCE11YGIV15NTIIAT pursuant tn n power of sale contained In a cerlila MortRBiro Deed dultd S7th day nf February. 18T7. mills by I. II. Trlpii. of Honolulu, Onhn, In Alcinmlrr 1. C'artwrlpht, of llonolulii, Oahu, of record In Ihoofflcfof tho Heulstrnrof Convejnnces, In Liber s8, fulloi is, .Tilnnd.'KI, nnd for n breach of tho conditions In said MortKage Demi cnntaliicd. that all and ulnjruhr the lands, tenements, und hrredltanients In raid Morlncs Deed contained and docrllnd will after Iho time llniltrd by law be sold at public auction on account nf the breach of the conditions ns hereinafter mentioned. 1 lie .Property In said Mortgage described being ellnile rn UIIIia street, Honolulu, Island of Oahu, and mors rartlcultrly described In Hoynl Futent Swl-I mill contain ing an area or nbout 8MUUnf an acre. ALEXANDER J. CAKTWltlOHT, MortgaeM. Okql Hiiow w,(Attoriicy or Mortgagee. . elt MRS. POOLE'S ii PAniSIAPf-AND AMERICAN DRESS MAKING ROOMS' Corner Fort and Hotel 8ts., Up Stalm. 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