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HAIiKS.
ny U. P. ADAMS.
Tills 33 sr -ScHooner
JScvlo
AT AUCTION.
ON SATURDAY NOV. 20, 1880
l II n m tittliiiM Mntkit Wharf.
Ilv order of llin Administrator of Hip llslntn of
(Mini Lung, drreisril, the undersigned will offer
for sain nl public nnctfoit,
TIIH A I SHI It. .ITL1A A. 1,0X0,
IH7!V).(X) (our iiu naurrmeiit,
Willi all her outfit na n whaler, mill her nppnrrl,
nin-liurs, rlinlus, sails, bonis, f n mil nrff An. Imtn
lory ins-ii for llitK.('Hon before thn alif.
'I his sain olfcrH n linn opportunity for n whnling
enterprise, ns Ilia pclimnor Is well filliiil mnl found
In everything rrqnlrid fnrnpo.isim In the notllirrn
sens. For further particulars, npply In
1'.. 1'. ADAMS, Aucl'r.
1 It. 1 Day.
SAILS ! SAILS !
AT AUCTION,
ON SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 20,
AT II O'CLOCK A. M.,
IV ordcrof V A WCIIAIII'BK llsq Ctrrntor of the
Cstilniif I has Long,
On ttio Wlini-r, Miil.nl r ('. Ilr-cwcr A. IVs,
Immediately after the sale nf the sclinnncr
.1 1 1 1 1 fi A I, n n if.
HjiOt of Sails,
Homo Now mnl nil In Omul Order.
K. P. ADAMS, Aucl'r.
REGULAR CASH SALE
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25th,
At in A. M. nlMnlrn Itnoui,
AN ASSORTMENT OF DRY MOODS
1r I ii t Fine Cnttnns, Lawns, Shawls, Flannels,
WiHilfii Shirts, Pants, Hocks, limn, While .Shirts,
Coverlets, Truck, Illankits, Drills, I laii'lkcrclili'ff,
'Inbaecn, llnlr 1)11, l'lic, Nickiles. Clirnrs.
Knvelnpcs, Paper, Saddles, Clocks, Hope, Ac.
A Lino of New Groceries:
Fine Huear Cured Hams and Pacini, Itimst llccf,
l.lhlijr, vfcN'ell A. (Illibi'Onriicd H. of ami Tongue,
1'ork nml llcans, Orecn l'ci, I,n I'rnlx Cnin,
Asparagus, Pickles, Onions, Mc-Murray's Oysters,
Salmon, Lnli.ters. Sintit Crnckcre,
Choicest California .lams, .tellies mnl Table Fruits,
Vi-dliim llrniil, Sardines, (.'olio Hnirar, 1'liir Tcus,
Mustard, I'ppiicr, Worcestershire Saiuc,
Corn Starch. Condensed .Milk, Castor Oil, Ac.
K. 1. AltA.MN, Aiirt'r.
MORTGAGEE'S
TSTo-tloo oT Sale.
llv illrrftlnn nf A.
CAUTWIlIlllIT, III" mnrlKKKre
idiMilnre or iiiiirlenee. datid the
mimed In a certain linleiilnro of iniirlL-nijc
at dny nf February, 1S77, made liy I' II 'I rlpp to s ilri
A .1 Cnrtrttlclit, I inn directed lo poll nt public unction
ON SATURDAY, NOV. 27, 1880,
AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON,
At my Hales Itnnni In Ilnnn'tilii, nil that certain piece or
parcel of l.inil, ltb IiullctliiK tlnrrnn,
SITU ATT. I OX 1,II,IIIA ST., HONOLULU,
Ami innra particularly described ni fnllnwsi
K hoomaka I ke mm nnn ma ke klhl lilklmi mmika n
kclii pill mm I ko klbl hemn, o kiv apana nlnu o mi Ktiln
n me ke Alauiil 1.1111m inn ka kapn nnwnl nk liolo Akiot
I lJ l.V knm. :l kauln ma kn nlim o 1111 kuln hlkl I Kit
lulu, Menu S7 BO" kntii.ISIiMiik nm Koltiln, hemn W
IV kom. Ill pauk tun Knliimn lilkl o ko J. Itoulin-on,
nVnu IP lilk. JWIiim ka niinnl e pill I ko Alannl LIllliu
lilkl I kalil I limimnkn al lie H7-KM ekn.
1'nr furtticr particulars Inquire of
K. V. ADAMS, Aiict'r, or
CK0I1, DltOWN, Attorney for Mnrlsnece.
MORTGAGEE'S SALE.
nsr ACCOUDANOK w-jth
A
Power of Sale contained In n certain morlcncocUen
by Keclllmatiinl nml Knknlimin to II. Ilackfelil A l'o.,
ilaleil May 15, 1877, recorded l.lber l', folio 41.'., Mini a
HKiicil l.y ald Jlackfild ,1 Co. to C. Krull, tlio nnder-
iKiied imwn notlrc tLat lie Inleiidn lo fori, lute pnltl
inurtKHRr for condition broken, nml will nil nt public
aiicilou nl Hie Auction Itoom of K. 1'. Aflame III lUuio-
" "'On the 27tlt ilny r j;cmlicr, 1880,
At 13 o'clock noon, nil tlio property ilcucilbod In pnld
lllnrtcnt;,', vltl
1. '1 hat tract of Innd In Kalnnin. hoiin, Ilunnll, ile
fcrllnil In Itoyal rment llPH.urm 17acrn.
! That tract or land nt aald Knlnmn, detcrlbed In
ltoynl I'Atmit O'Jll, nriallncrea.
"I, Ono Kxproioi Win-oii'miil llnrnra. No. S.
C. KItUI.I., Aaklcnrt- of paid Mnrtcngn.
C'asti.1. .t Hatch, AII'jb for .MortRiiuee. BJ1 lm
MORTGAGEE'S SALE.
acco n i) ax c k v i t ii
rx
A
A Power of sale contained In ft certain inoricuce u
lrn
liy.lojpph I.lloii Cnnaro, dated September ft, lb,S, re
corded Liber K, folio IT", lo K, SI. Hutch, nml b him
Aaalpnnl lo William limn, Ihe unilrrrlRiieil Kii no
tleivtlnit hu Intend, to foreclose paid inomrnpr for con-
.It. I I....I ...l!.. Ill ult ... .ittl.lli. nitfllfifi n, tlin Atll.
Ill.lllll IliUkVll. I.IIW ,, .11 M. , ,,',- .(.,. v.. .....,..
tluit Itoom of K, P, Ailaiua 111 Honolulu,
On Iho 27th tiny orXo.eiiihpr, 18S0,
At IS o'clock niMiiirnll th iremlie de.crllicd In raid
inorti;iv:e, lzi
All lliat tract of laud al Kallhl, Onhu, rontnlnlns
.tl 1 10 acres, brlni! H portion of ltojul Pnlrnt WH, to A.
Adam, anil couteyed to raid Cunaru hi deed of A.
Castlo, I.lbcr 4'J, folio trM. W SI. HE AX.
Citle & Hatch, Allv'a for SCotti-agee. bx'l lm
SALE OF
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT AUCTION.
liy Order of Iho Trutteea of the Luunlllo Estate,
MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1880,
At U o'clock iioon.al my $ajf Koom in Honolulu
1 ehnll otur (or ulo ut autllon
THE LAND OF LALAKEA
Area Wll acre., and
The Ahupuaa of Waikoekoe
Area 4770 cro, Award II, Apnnn 3,
Adlolultis inch other: Nlliwto tu llnmnkua, Uland of
IihuII, cnnlnlnlii); rich
SUGAR, FOREST & PASTURE. LANDS
Toaitko with
Important Water Rights.
ALSO,
Lands in Kona, Hawaii.
Ahupuiui of Uomiiunonui, ivwi 3(52 acres
Award 855l)U, Ajwimi 7.
Aiiiiiiiinti of Lohiiultuiui, area acres,
ltoynl l'atonl 7405.
AhuiMMn of Kawamii, urea 3,80 ncrct
Moyal l'utciii hoi.
Anniuma of Luniluuimii, area 302 acres,
ltoyal Tateut 7-15i.
Ahiinuua of Pimimumri, area 394 acres,
Award 8550 H, Ajiitim 8.
Aud Including iK'.lrublo Cotfee, Uraitus oinl Tluiutr
.null,
AUo, UuiUt Ualheo, Jluul.tU:
Land (Hi Aina) of Ahikuli,
Neitr WnlUeu rianUtlijii. Jlnul, liicliul.injiiuitruji
of UUUercH, moro or l.'M, iv miiih I (vtrt of which
id ukh1 oitiw Und imd now iu cut Ivnthm, cotiipr U
lor M imi)rluit imd viiluiblo wtlor riKhU.
tWiXlinr) AT MAI.I5.
II. 1
ADAMS, Auctioneer.
JUST RiECEIVED
AX lXVO(CK Of
HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE,
"DRY MONOPOLE,"
And Vo titU by
M7-.V
11. HACKFELD A CO.
Co-Partneriliip Notice.
riMUri JS 'IHXJKUTlfc'V THAT THE
I ,,,,,..r..tncd are co-pailnr ul llivllimof llnvlle,
w.7 a uiVTiil lni ir "'"' """"JslH.
bpcar,Co;llofi
OUMtLKS UUOOL1E,
JOHN A. SPEAK. '
AUCTION
A, YV. K1CUARD(50S,
AUCTION BALKS.
O. S. IJAUTfDW".
Tlxie JOcxy.
PUBLIC SALE OF LEASE
01 1UMT HI'
Land in Palolo Valley,
iii:i.iin(i1N(i to tiii:
Ectato of Clmrlo3 Long, Dcccriscd,
o.v
HATI'HHAV, NOV. 20Jli, I8H0,
Al" W O'CLOCK NOOM
The iiniler.lgneil will nlfor at lila Hilmroom, on (Jiiren
ulreil, liy imler of I A Hflnrfer. Hi., Admlnl.trnlor
of the If.lnlenf t liarlea Lime a li.i.e for It ti year of
the rolloultit' pier nml parn la of bind, .llnateil In
Vallope, I'lilolo, vlri
I I'll re H rU-MOd Arrm Knln Land
I - WI-IIMI
1 " I'll
I r,ijl.(i
l " niii.tiio
I ' H8HIIIMI
I " I
s i roi.itui
J " SW-IOUI
IV-KI iiiiri' rh.ilnn
1 lie.n land" are rnnvriili nlly pltuated forcrar Injr pur-
pn.ri., mm iiip nueniioiior llnliinira or rtnlrip near
llilarily I. parlleulnrly ralleil lo I III fnrorablo oppor
tnully al fiiiiiiivlim lliclr waul
Terms mid further parllculnra al "ale
0 N IIAI1TIIW, Auctioneer.
Furniture Sale
At tlio OoffnRo, corner King nnO Alnken hIh.,
WF1)Ni:SI)AV, NOVKM'ltKH t!4li,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
l'nrlor mid lied llootn Furniture !
NP.AIIIiY Ni:Y.
1 liilllilaonio l'.-tf iof Set of 7 iifecrH,' '
Alnrlilo lop f lit Mi Tnlilu, Wlintnot,
CliltitnoH mid 1'lrtiiKH,
Ono Superior Orpin, .Miion k llniiilin,
Ono Mnrlilo-lop Hiilrooni Set,
Ono Plain lleilnxini Hel,
Kprinu llnir M.ttlrnKH, Onn Ixmiiiiip,
Wiru .Si'iiio MaltniH nml other Inriilltiro.
0. tMIAU'lOW, Aucl'r.
SALE OF
SCHR. GIOVANNI APIANI
Tim under. Iniii'd nlll .ell at Public Aurtlon, by order
of the Administrator of tbu Kutnlo of Clint, l.onr, ilc
cen.ed, ON WKDNKSDAY, N0YKX11KH 24,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M
AT THE OLD CUSTOM HOUSE WHARF,
The above iinncd achoonrr of KilTVlO) tons iiHnniire
mciit, Porpartlculnrp njiply to
0. S. HAUTOW, Anct'r.
ROO M SALE.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26th,
At 10 A. Ar. at Sitlcs lloom, will lie sold
AN ASSORTMENT OF DRY GOODS!
A Choice Lot of Books.
CHOICE FRESH GROCERIES:
Thin of Pi-cri. Avgnrtcd Milk inn. Soda Orickrrn,
TIiih hf Lunch Tuniic, Sulmoii, IulifltiT. Hiinllncp,
McMurr.iy'a Oyntt'irf, 1 ami 2 lht l-iciich Clincidntiv
Mugir 1'ius nntl Com, O Sod i Crackirs, Hrvntl, .ic
AND A LOT
OF FURNITURE.
C. H. IIAHTOW, Aucl'r.
Mortijiigoo's Stile ol'llciil Kstiito.
piJItSUATS'T TO A I'OWRIl OF
X pnle eontaliied In ft certain Morlpnire Ilccd, dated
Kel.ruary Uith, 1HMI, made, betiuon T Kll'l, and Kev.
i:. 1KINI), ltecordul In I.lbor 51 incea I II, 1U 111, Mr
V H llnrtnn Ip Inptrueted bj C It Hinlth, Al(!neo of
paid mortgage, to pell nt his room nt Public Auction,
On Saturday Novombcr27, I88O,
AT V O'CLOCK NOON,
All Hint certain niece and parcel of lnnd pltuated In the
toun of llllo Island of llnunll, together nlth nil lm
protcmcutp llii noil, IicIiik the .nine convi veil toT Klnl
liy Kniilitale bv deed recorded In Liber 2l on pigo 2S.T
coiitnlnlui; SI,lKl fiet or fVUXi nercs, frontliiiron Wala
niienuo Ptritt. l'or further particulars apply to
O. .V HAUTOvV, Anc't.
HICIIAKD K llICKEItTON, Att'y for lottr,aj;co
DESIRAB3LE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE.
Plenpnntly locntt d near the town of Honolulu, nliout
iS ncrcp: Soven arc ulrendy leuaed upon fnornlilo
IcrniH. for cultlatloii: Unnn the pnme In n lare I)cll-
inip ilmif'O recintlj erected, with itablo nud out hoimce.
Liiru, l.il .itiuiu i, lit, ,.i. ,1,
Kor particulate, uppli lo
OSIIAUTOW, Auction
run nuppiy ui Mater.
mrcr.
For Sale.
osr. t'i"i'AJi: viam), a uoon
toned tnatriiiuciit.
C. B. IIAHTOW.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Ynlimlilo ns nn linostmoiit.
Itented to 51101I tenant, for n Ioiir period. llulldiiiKa In
Rood repair und pliftuniilly locnted.
Atiply to
u. n. 0.1
ATITOW.
l'or Hale by
7 Hin
A. W. HK'IIAItltSOX CO.
Corner I'ort nml Merchant at Honolulu
ASTOR HOUSE
DINING AND
LUNCH PARLORS,
Num. "ti und .78 Hotel Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
lloiirtl liy thu Dny.'iVeok ur TrmiHiuiit
&
.Cijjars, Cigarottes nntl Tobacco,
Botla Water and other Iced Drinks,
Meals Served in First-ClnsB Stylo
AT ALL IIOUHN.
UENUY J. HAHT, P.M ! EU1I8 A. HART.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
A lil, ACCOUNTS JWK AN J) OW-
t ISO tultiB PAOIF10 COMMKltOlAL AUV1.H;
TISElt omen up lo nnd Inr ledin IholsJth day lit August
Ulll.l bo stilled with J. 11. lilack only. All llldlbudncn
up to (lie mmeiUle Mill bo icttuu by
Honolulu. Anguatm. 16SU.
H.1ILACK.
fcIT 3
'MIOG1NS fc 4KSSETT,
Noa.WuuiUJKIinrHt.,
Carriag BuUam, TriwMM
war. Fainter, VntUmr 'fc it"
All kinds of Iltpalrlni; atUuded to, and good woik
Eowiuteod. t i.0 ltu.
8 1y
SiniMMNCJ.
KOllSAN l'UAN(MS(J0.
m
TIIR AMHIIICAX
Barkcntlnc "Ella,"
TUHXKIt, .Muter,
Will have ftniokDinpntoh for tlio ftbovo Port
l'or I n Ight or P.hmi'p apply In
W U I' I Hints' Kit A t'O. ArpiiIs
I'Oli IION(JKUNG. "
The Al Hire.llnh llarlr
i JI 1GITUITVI3, i
LONNHIIII.V Mafter,
Non due here, will return with dlpalcli to Hongkong.
l'or freight nr pn.annnpply In
. Hn II II ( KI'KLlI ,t Co.. AtreinV
SPRECKELS LINE
KOllSAN K HAN CISCO.
The A I Cllppir SchiKinir Ynclil
iHL01ci.i.T J5p13.oo1s.o1s,
I IIINlNH, l nniuinmler,
Will have Quick Dispatch for the nbovo Port
Til b'f followrnl by Hie now nfnl fnat
Clipper Brig Coiisuelo.
IIOWAItli, 't'nmiiiandcr.
l'or Irel(lit or pa.paae apply lo
HM Ia WM (I IUWIN A.V., Arenl
Now York and Honolulu Packet Lino.
AN A I VIWHI'.li Wl Ul, K ,fli
piiloii for llii. imrt illrctt. .In pnll fioni Siu.
!Sen York nlinul IICt'KMIIIill 1ft V rnrlli-p ilemrlne lo
pertire ppnen for Ihrlr Tiicrehmnllpe by Ihla popular Tine
wilt do well lo pcnil tin Ir union early.
W II t'UOSSMAN A IIIIO,
, Acent", New York.
tJAHTi.lM UOilKK. ,
HI7 -1 lm Aifent., Ilnnoliilti,
From Honolulu to Hilb Direct.
The A I Clipper Sclpioiier,
3L " MA I- O J. O,"' u
(WlimtlAV. MAHTKII. '
Will pall from Honolulu lo'llllo'illn ct, nm!1rill call ati
liiteruiedlato Porla on t lie return trip
l'or Prelcht or Painui;c. nplily to the t'nptnln on board,
I or A. rUAXIt UOOKi:,Amnt.
HIMU,
I I MANI'KU
Tuesdiy, Xo ember -Inl, o p 111 Ill lo
Tuopiluy, Xnpniher mitti. It pin t'lrtnlt of Hnwnll
Tuenday, December 7th, ft p 111 llllo
Tutmlny, Ilieember tlth,r p m Circuit nf llnwnll
Tuesday, Ilieeinber'JIsI, 5 p m II I In
Tucpdii), llicemliirSflh, f p 111 Circuit nf Haw nil
no- N'i, I'rrilll tor I'liniaKf Mnnrj. (. 11
Wepo.lthel) dccllue.io open nernunln for Pafsai;es,
parncionriy rnii ine niieniiou or me iraeioi;
public in the nccpMlty of liiivlnis UncirusP nml Kreliiht
n nlnl ninrked; the Memiiir will not b
not bo restionsltile
for any nninnrked llasKnjje
for Prulght or Parcels,
III1US. llffOIIIII'tl llll'.
FroiRht Monoy Duo on Domand.
In nil cnes nf freight for piitlcs not responsible, or
unknown, the freight money will be required In niUnnco
PACH.KIDS o l.ntltolt.S mill WIM-H .MDNi
III; I'l.AI.VI.Y MAIIICI'.ls
l'or the party whom they nre for, or plainly staled In tlio
receipt to whom Ihey arc cnnsljfiied,
All item mils for dainutrc or loss must ho mmlc within
0110 month.
In no wny liable for loi. or accident to lUe stiick.
ty llncK Ilrhers, llnjs, und such like, will not lie
allowed on lioird the Hleiimer on urrlvul, until nfter tlio
pnsi imera hale been InrideiL
WH WILOIHt .V CO.
PACIFIC
For
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
San Francisco.
T1IK NPI.KNIIIIs 8TKAnf4IIIl
tir-
CITY or NEW YORK
(MIIKIt. Commtutffcr.
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about Monday, Nov. 22.
FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND!
TIIK SPI.K.NIUO STEAMSHIP
A. USTEALIA
ijaiuiii.l. :?i.tiami:k.
On or about Saturday, Nov. 27
For Kre'Rht nnd Pioisnge, Apply to
604 In. 11. II ACKFKI.O A CO., A lieu Is.
Oooilv lor Slilimi'iit ior Steamer rim now
bf Slnroil, I'rfo ol Clioriro. In tlir l'lro-irool
Wnrt'lionto iiyiir Hir Nlentiler Hlmi f.
A. FRANK COOKE
AOENT FOUTHE l'OLLOVINO COAHTEltH:
Wiiilolo, j$a Malolo
Wnloll. Jill Ifllin,
Wnlohn, nfiVB ImBln'
Gen. SIoroI ilh4.s Knluna,
nud Maun.
FLAO Itod with While Hall'. onico-Corner of Queen
817 and Nimnnii Mrceta. 1
PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
C. Brewer A. Co. Agents.
3fprchandlse received htornirr I'ref. '
and liberal cash niltnncea muilo on shipments by tills
y Ihl
CO.
)lne. 7W.I ly u. HllKWBlt A
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
itfjt C. Brower A. Co. Agonts.
Fnvorilblo nrranjremunta enn nlwnya IiqM
made for Htorne nnd shipment of Oil, llnife. Wool,
Hides mid oilier Mcrcliiiudlio to Mew Iledfoj I. llo.lon.
Mew York nnd other K.isleru Ports, a'.'"Unpirndaucea
iniiile. 7b) ly C. IlltKWEH A CO.
FIONERtt JblNE
FROM LIVERPOOL.
T1IEO. H. DAYIES
OI'FISUN FOIIALC:
OF
CITY OF MADRID AND 01.EK0NJ
l
(I0H IlnjurnMitce)
JXJtl? "OP'
.jsti
Contlslini; of thoutual aifortincut of
DRY GOODS & CLOTHING
Oolvitnized Iron Roofing nnd Fence Wire,
IVrtUnd Cenunt.(Whitl'(i),
Flro lUicks. lllno SToHlcd Soap,
Host Welch Btonin Coil,
Oulvniiizoii Iron AVitrc, y.nldlory,
pair MirrleeH, Tnit .t W.Uhoii'h CcntrifHRiilH,
WinuH, LUiuora, Ac. Ao. Xo.
-ALSO .
To Avrlvo per LIZZIE IREDALE
inn-, ix ii:cumiii:b,
00 Tons Railroad Iron, T Hull,
Kooliig Slates, Ac. At'.
f.-'6 TIlBb. il.DAVlUH.
L. G. SRESOVICH & CO.,
IMl'OltTBKS ANII UKALKH8 IN
FRESH FRUITSfc CALIFORNIA PR01UCE
ALSO-
INut of
every
IciiMl
ALWAYS'ON HAND. V
Freib Eastern Oysters .in the Shell
ULCKIYBD OY EACH STEAJUtt. ' I
..wi'tuoi Uif-uia 111,111
.TEAlfinMLlKSM
BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS
I'llOM NAMI'ltAMISt't.
,n: iia"i; itncu vim a Ijaikm;
1 odillllon lo our former slock nf Whip ( handlrry,
ShlpHlnns, 1'rorUlunf, Ac Ac, which iitre n lh
Greatest Aoaortmcnt of Goods
Kept on Ihe.n IslantK all f wlilrh will he sold nt the
Lowest Market Prlres, a, nsual. Our friends and Iho
public ceiicially nre reMirctfiilly Invited In rtnrnliie;
a Sltt HOLLP.a A CO.
I 'A I NTS AND OILS.
, Ti,ixri) 1. i:111.t t'AOiAiir.soi' .ito
J l(lb
7.nr White llnbbnck I-ad.
Ilolled Pnlnl Oil In hulk anil In R ctllon drum.',
A full nssortment I'nney Color Paints.
BIB IIOLLUH .t CO
muuucatTng oils.
Sl'i:iiri fill, .v .YillM.Mirvitr-fiiilrvil.
Cnslor Oils nml neallmi tins',
BIS S M IIOLLI'H A, CO.
VVIRh, K10UING. t
SI.I.H I'ltOM 1 IXCII
Salo by
TO .1
IM'IIIS. I'Oll
IIOLLKH A, CO.
:nH
iMANILA COItlJAOH.
rtn.1. ANtitr,Tii:. r
six threnil lortvu Inch
II HIH
i Misr.if nu.n
IIOLLIIH A, CO.
iiksh'coiTdaok. and holt UOI'K.
a x ASMOitr.tii:ri or ni.is ritti.it -j i.-j
Inch (11 It Inch. Also. Uminrnrn. Mclrlii-?. IWllln.
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ANNOUNCEMENT.
Owixo to tiik 111:1, y or i;xpf.cri:i)
liiMiIteif from Lundoii, New Ynrk, and Han
Francisco, the undersigned hereby Eleu notice to
the publli );eiiernlly, that tlin usual
HOLIDAY OrGXIKG
will not take plucc until December 1st, when a fine dis
play in
MlKrcllanroitt Hooks, PapctcricH,
Fancy (looils, NoycHIcs, Toys, &c,
KmbracliiK latest llnei of nil Bonds, will bu offered,
fully iqual to foriiiT selections.
Patrons will brnr In mind thai the nbove ecods
AHK.MIT A Mill; SHOW, but Iho mnln feature of
my Fort Street store buslnees, nnd ten jeara entering to
the Holiday" unnts of the comnuiiilty i nnblei mo to
select with u thorough know ledL'e lit their tnsten.
list 1IIOH. (I. THHU.M.
MRS. D. CUDDY
NURSE AND MIDWIFE
no. 27 Ai,Aiti:.v.srKi:i:r.
Ofllcn liours from I A, .ti. to It I. K,
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Vo Ihe undersi;neil, citizens of San Frnnclsco, do
hereby certify that wu havo known Mrs. 11. Cuddy for
several jenra In thin city, an a Nurae and Midwife, and
we ihccrfully recommend her us a competent and skUl-
nn person in niai capneiiy.
K. 1). WISE, M. 1)
(. .
DEM. M.Il; M..M. KXOX.
"M. II; W. LOCKHAUT. M. I); JOHKPH KEIITZ, M. 1);
1 nereny cvrtiry mat 1 nae Known .yiiis. i. uvnilil,
for tho p.iat three (:i) years, nnd always belleMil her to
be an honest, upright nnd faithful woman, mid of eood
character. IlKV. FATHUIt VKltOAOUElt.
Although not personally acquainted with .MKlt.'OUI)
DY, but, wltnt from nroniliient physlcana and others
hove told, shela cry highly spoken of, as nn ublo and
skillful iiurso nud mldvirfe.
WALTER I.INDLEY, M. II.,
11 lm Health Oftlcer.
REAL ESTATE!
Desirable Properly on Tort St. For Sale.
riMIE WEIJL KNOWN J.OT S1TU-
J. ntcd on Fort Street above Ileretniila. This lot la
1UU feet fronta'o on Fort street, and 181 feet renr. There
Is n tiyo-atory ilwcltlii"; houau ou tins lot, nearly new,
with cook house, bilh liouso und privy, and twojWilla
DO feet deep, well stoned up from tho DOttoin for sewer
mre ptirpoa". Thuwntcr Is laid on In (our dllTcrciit
places, and plplus nil In md comtltlon. Thtre Is
nmple room for thu vrictlon of two large (ottajrei.,, The
fenclni; Is nil new. This i ono of the most hcalthynnd
centrally locnti d lots for 11 residence of any lu tho city
of Honolulu Thu nbove galo offers u gwKl opportunity
for the pcriniinent iiiiestnieut of cnpitnl.
Title perfect. Deeds nt thu e.xp;nse of tho purchnscs.
A part of Iho purchase niniiej may cinaiii secured by
mnrtKaKU on tho premises. For further particulars, ap
ply lo (1, W. MAUY, on the premises, or
A.J OAltTWIUQUT, Esij.,
Where it plan of the lot tan bo semi. Ml 7
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL
FOR IOOI
TSNOW IN COURSE )1? COMPITjA-
J. tlnu.to ho la.tiiddurinu December. Putties deilrlns
Copies will plcnso forward 01 ilers enrly. Advertisements
respettfully solicited. Tho comiriK lisuu will not be
behind any of its predecessors In Valiublq lntnrmnUon,
mid will contain new feature! of Interest, embracing!
Theatrical Itemlnlscenccs, Trip in Kllauen, Hnwullau
Climate, Omno nnd Clamu Lnw8,'ilawnlinn Alga?, Lc
Kiml, btall. tlcnl Tables, Ac. Aa po pains or expense
nresn.irvd to make It merit thu cnnlldcnco of thu public,
It U hoped to rocelvaj continued libera) support. '
I'ltici: i'i:n ioi'Y, riFi'V ok.ntn.
Orders to mall copUs abroad ininl Include in .cents
for postage, on Ihk to Its Increased weight. Tho ton.
Unity lucrcusliii; millions ami It moru extended clr.
culatlonelvo excellent iidtantascs tnainertl.ers.
W5 10 lm THOa. U.T1IUUM. Publisher.
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W. II. LICNTZ, MANAGER.
Plenty lo eat. n rnualnr; lire, clean beds, and thu licit
atleiidaiicooulhe llawuluu Islands.
Vlsllora rvqiniliii; any unnsnal dltpuy of volcanic
actlnn will kindly I'ltoMauaj'cr at lea.t leu day. notice
In Hue wialher, and from eleven to thirteen In foul,
ft ly
OTSTV K
Just to hand Ex "Kittelm," iwd for BnU'by
Iho Undcrsliieil,
lOOhbls. I'rlmu LMiuittitiuu Suliuon
At Vi iMicaf M'lrk-I lttet,
bit 6 THEO. H. DAVIE8.
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I TO CERTIFY
.iA'P THE FlRMlOPi r
ID. HOFFSCHLAEGER 4e CO.,
II line BU Impoitlnv mid Commission business In llo
jiolulu, V.t-curuefiif Fo,t ud Merchant strveU, f;on
Mill of '
FltUll H.VNN1SO, resldlnit InOermany, na '
WM MAKKTKNB.resldlnqln llfinolulu.
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JAMES HANLON,
General Blacksmith,' Herse-Ihoer
AKD
VITCRINARY 9URCION.
Xplut4, lunii of CkUc Tlittie, ' JO la
UV AJJ-'mOIUTY.
LU1 .
foTtrrfonflrf rrui,'Orrirr, I
j .Sovember lllli, lfttf), (
Sir. (IrnrKn K. Iloafdman has this day been appolntrd
Cnlleclor for Ihe I'nrt nml ( nllecllon lllslrlct of Knhii.
Inl, Maul. r ALLUK, Collector (leneral,
Approvedi JHWuRrn, .MlnUlerof Finance.
IW la lm
SATURDAY I'UESS.
norurn r-:n 20, ma.
Dnlnfa Arrenfa Nnticn.
All nilvcrtls'iiients for the Sati.uiiat l'nr.sa must bo
sent In Iry Friday noon Mo Insertion for Iho enrrent
Issue can be v"arnnteeil when sent In later,
Aiherllserswlll mark the number of Insertions de
sired, from which dale they charne. Any riot so marked
will bo cliargnl months. '
TIIOH. (I. THHU.M. )lmlnci AcnL
NOTES Or THE WEEK.
NfiriiiNd frculi from London.
'J'lirro worn n, nnoltier of titctilcfl In tlio vicinity
of Wnlklkl on (ho lOllt.
Tim Clilni'Hii Tlifittrn, won In full lilnnl on Mon
tlny liMit nml it orenl put of Xtlemlnjfi t
Mmlim "l'eln" In reported (o lMi In n Btnloof
11111141ml nctitlty nt Kllnticn nlncn tlio eruption nt
.Miiiuit Jion, coiiiint'iiccd, -1 t f .
! i . f ! :
Mnny of our yotitiK frlefidd tvont ont hIujoIIii
lllO
mi j nt'Htiny, nun tnio purly or tlmo kiih hun
iwuiiiyiinui uiicKH nitu hixivdii plovers,
Tun Ciwi Mall wo hope to fpiolo next wrolc, In
I'luillon an It iIihm (ho CliincHO view of (ho Htonio
nlllp Htlbalily fpioolioll. ; ' 1 .
Tin, 1'. M. H. H, "ally nf X,m Trk will bo duo
hero to-morrow, (ho UA, from (ho south. Ilnvo
your li'ttem mndy Jor tlin'mnll.
IT '
rl'riM nmitvliril'irV of llA.vnlt.m TMi1ntuin.lAt.fl..
, ,..".. ... a.. .nit, it,, 1 .111.1 f,;i,,lv--.
Which fnlln on Hundny, tlin IWtli. will lm olmurved
on H.ittirdny, tlio 27th, nn nt flrnl ilrcidsd.
Atlciillon Is cftllcd (o tlio nilvcrdHcment of (ho
mention of tlin llrltixU Dcnovnlunt Socloty at tlio
hull of lliniMichnniolJiiflua Comp.-itiy noxt Thurn
dny ociiliiK.
EinuTUM. In our nrttclo on tlio Coolio Inlior in
tlio Colony of IlritiHh Uulinm wu wroto thnt MflOtt
('ik)Hoh hold i'lfi.OOU liiKiivcriiiiifint HnviuKH' bankn;
tlio Himi HhouUI lmvo been ii;i,IKX).
Tlio Imnd concorlH lmvo been well ntlcndod
hIiico (ho oxpinitlon of tlio rocunt (nrlouijli, not
wKtiMtiimliti tlio Inclement Htnto of tlio wc.it lie r
which Iiiih (viit'iiilly pruvnlltd hIiico thou.
,Tiik lmronictor (ood nnuionlly low on Hnnilny
lust, our nneroid showed 1!8 : Wl ; (hroup,lioti( tlio
neck, lionavcr, it hit 4 Ik-cii riHiiiK, nnd wntt ypster
dny nonrly ut Km usual trndu wind Btimd tioitit.
vi.: 'MHO.
"Vo nilcH tlio bltio'jnckcts from onr streetH sinco
thodepiirtnroof tlio U. S.H.J Innkrt nnd H. B. M.
Oiimiet. The bojM mndo biiHi'iiPHH Ihelywhllo on
Hhorc, rHtiuL'iitlly nmoiiK tho livery Htnblcn nnd
fruit venuoru.
Tiik ptirsor of Iho I.lkcliU Informs nit thnt tho
refit ctcd fdnru from tlio lnvi How in Hitwnii was
yiHiblu from thu Ktoiuncr three hourn nftcr hIiii
loft tho wlmrf in Honolulu, Wo henr too thnt it
wan actually hcch from Homo p.irtB of this iHl.ind,
Ar AyoRliinijtoti, JVIr. Hecrttnry Kvnr( Rimply ro
turncd to His Kx. tho Ilnwnif.in Amb.is.sador, tho
note which hnd been Hcnt to him, by tho AmbaHsn
dor, on tlio flubjtct of tho Morouo demand, thus
quietly entering n nolle jiiofeyiii.
Tno U. S. S. AlnsKn Billed from hero last Satnr
day Afternoon for Ban Frnncinco. Tho Cnptnin
nnd ollicvrs mndo mnny frieudfl whilo here, n num
ber of whom wcro ou board a Huort time before
they Hailed, to bid then a kind farewell,
Tho King's birthday was ushered in by n royal
unltito from Ponch ilowl, which wna reiwnted nt
noon and nt Hunnet. "Wo beliuvo that tho little
inonnreliH of tho Old World 'are content with tho
ono iniil-dny galuto Why would not tho name
Hullico for ua ?
Tub Y.7(i( 13 days from Stn Francisco brings n
'mail, with a liiiRo nmotint of lloreno litcnitiiro.
Tho jY. Y. Sim; October 21, contains an article evi
dently from tho pen of Moreno headed " Dictator
Comly," nbusing nnd misrepresentinc as usual tho
Aincrietin Minister Resident, andtboAlissionnries.
The If. Y. Herald has a lon article lnsptredby
tho sanio hand descnbiiiR from his point of view
tho events which took place in Honolulu ilurinn
his administration. The account of the prepara
tions in tho Palaco grounds for the reception of
tho foo, is eminently amusing.
TnK unexpected nrrival of tho barkentino Ella
from San Francisco with tho mails on Thursday
evening supplies us with mneh-wished-for foreign
news. Iho press of interesting matter will neces
sitate tho 'withholding of 'much local' news that
would have otherwise appeared in our columns.
Tho reprcsentnUvcs of America, England nnd
Trnnco, took their holiday in tho country, conso
mipntlv tbi'ir linns wcro not hoisted : indeed tbero
w.ib n remirkalilo scarcity of bunting, tho English
yacht Umcdiliiie Witch being tho only vessel in
tho harbor which " dressed ship " on tno occa
sion. On Saturday last tho steamer James JInket. which
had been laying up during the week to mal e nec
essary repairslef t for Kauai under the eo uiu.iud
of Cipt. Batei. Cnpt. Blake, recently of the
Jfcifc'e hts been transferred to the C. 11. llithop,
Capt. Melander having resigned the command of
that Bteamer.
Moheno has been heard of from New York,
wljere Mr. Armstrong called on him, nnd asked to
see tho Hawaiian youths, ono of whom was pro
duced and allowed n few minutes conversation in
the presence ot Moreno, who appeared to be jios-
sesseii uy a Hirango spirii- m ouf,iiiu,i, ... ..
conco with regard to his charges aud his future
plans. K ' "
Tho schooner Mary Ellen, owned by Allen &. llob
iiiH'inof jhhMilncu, struck on tho, reef near tho
nunitli'of thollntmlei river, Knnai, last Baturday
night about 11 o'clock. She had discharged about
half of her cargo, which was of coal, and was
boating out ill a northerly wind when tho accident
occurred. Sho is lying ou her starboard sldo, well
under water and n total wreck. We learn thnt she
was insured'for $3,fi00.
Btii Thomas Hesketh, Bart., was presented to
His MMetity thu King on Tuesday by the Minister
for Foreign Affairs. It pleased His Majesty to
grant to 8ir Thomas the Knight Commandership
., i Hm nArnl Kiuhanihit in recounitiou of 111
dUjintereated kindnesn; in eending his vacht tho
XvncjthWe xrttth to endeavor to rescue tlio crew of
HO WtCCSCH UBSSllW Wl Unii", -- """I
eMIr Wlleh sails for Ban Francisco cm tho 22nd
inal. His Majesty vistlod llioyncnt on inursuay.
Mb. Maiitin, Hawaiian Consul nt Fiuis, has hnd
nn Interview with tho Minister for Foreign Affairs
on the subject of the Bush dcsjmtch which seemed
to puzzle both Consul nnd Minister. The latter,
however, lOftueeted Mr. Martin to send him n note
on the matter, on Mr. Martin returning'to his of
fice to draw up the slid note, found awaiting hira
tho telegram, quashing tho Uush despatch, nnd
so ended the business for tho present.
From tho San Francisco txiiiers wo learn thnt
tho volcano of Mount Hood in Washington Terri
tory is again in mi rotho strt), immeuco volumes
of Hinoko (lexiuuiug to asoend from it on tho night
of November tkl. This was just two days beforo
tho commencement of tho present eruption of
Jl.iuna Ixia. Is theru a symiMthy oxistlnglictwten
tliftii, ns tlicro is between Mt. llccla in Iceland
nnd Mt. Wna in Sicily.
Wo were delighted t bf o on Tuesday tho nnm
ber of Hawaiian women who ride in the graceful
pa-u. Tho bright-colorul (lowing drapery, tho
comely black capes, thu umlle lei for the neck, and
tho brilliant (lower his for tho head, make nn nn
peanuice so infinitely S'Uierlour to (ho unsuitable
ilinliik'ii. und tho truinncrv hat nnd artificial How-
.era that wo heartily wish thnt there were wiiuo
' ..I.... I Inn.luH. ,f fnulit.,.. nt,,,irTul llin urulll
ties who could by example and precept ro-eHtabllsu
thu pa-u.
Thorn ha bran ronaldernble comment on tho un
usually lareo numlier of intoxicated natlrea net n
intownouTu;lay afteruoon. Notwithstanding
tUO Strict legislative Vlinuiiuuilisi mm mo iiwnj
lieunltr for selling liquor to natives, there are
thiiMo nnparently who will tnko the ruk of sup
plying tliepi witfv it. ,It stviija to us (hat if tho n.
iico force would oxertthe same viglHace lirwateh
Ing (heso offeudera. thnt tho latter do in evading
tho pollco, tho bualness would noon be discoutiu-
Mb. McCor? w, Ex- Mayor of Ban Francisco, who
camu here a year ago with Ir. Owin and others,
returns to tho coast by the next steamer. Arriving
here in the llrst instance ou a pleasure trip, tho
prospeciUof soi(t-tlu tling in MulHied to hu
so favorable that tie eiulirknl iu (bit biies on
that Island. He there planted over 400 acrea of
llenue, allot which U Urigetcil frum tbo BpreckeU
I' ditch, a .irvir acreage oi uue n nan ever bten
put iu by any other UaJiter, Sprckk excepted,
duxkit! thin, year. Tbom who tvTjKea r..Mo
Copiuu'. fil J tbivt the jouug cam is) ol ex
traordinary priimlao,M)tiin being already eight fort
high. Wo wish .Mr. McOippln every snecess.
Captain I). i. Knnlna of llio pohootier Vamhl
rcj ortsi liavltii; Keen n sub marine rrtiptlnn nbont
flvn mllesi nit shorn from llonoknn, nn (he tiorlh
east const of Hawaii, nt I p, in. on Wednesday, Hir
17th Inst, Ho pjiyil lm Awt ilotlred a column of
water and flamnerino from Iho coit nlxml rt quar
ter of a mill! nhoftil of tlio schooner nnd that he bo
tJtmn frlghleinst nnd kept further off shore. 'I ho
outburst InMfd only nliout two inlnulrsi, Affer
tmlliiig (hn nehoonnr nbout, a ilennei volumn of
sitinko was arising f rorrt tlio plnro, but lm was nn
nbln to hoo any ngltatlott of Ihu wnler, and ob
aerTcil no more water or Ihmo thrown tip.
Tuesday dm loth Inst., tlio birthday of Ills Maj
esty Ilia King inssed off qnltlly nnd plensintly.
.Most of tliohuslrir-R'A hnnseswerocIoVsl after iinoti
and llngj weni llyina from mnny buildings, nnd
tlio town iiresetiUd n holiday npoar.inco. I'lngi
were tllBpIavtd by mt of the vibhcIh In tlio lmr
Isvr. lint tlin ltnemlifrf 117. A whleh was decked
with lings from stem to nlom was tho only vessel
that mndo nny gronl display of limiting. Tlio re
gulta, boat rneo and horso raco nil came otr nn nt
first annoiiticeil and nothing occurred lo mar tho
pleasures of (ho dayi
Tnr; roncert for Iho l.neflt of the llerftanln
strtet Calliolln sehiwl ou Halurday evening last,
Ihougli very gmnl for tho short (linn In which It
was gotten. tip, was not what tlm pttblle exin-etefl.
The hall wns loo largo (o bo filhd, and mndo tho
nl(ciitlnnri) ntiK'nr smnller (linn It really was ! uu
fortiumlely foo, It was Imperfectly llofitetl, Tho
King ntteinled by his Cliamlmrlitln, Colonel .Itiild,
wns preHoiit. Aflnr tho rornl part of tin, entnr
Ininmeutwas flnlHliod which wns vory good, tlin
Hand played nnveral nlm, but tho Hotitnl Iwlng
tvinlliied in tho room, wns do loud that tho greater
jnrt of tho ntidlcnco retired to tho garden to
hear If. t'
fhTkfng'g BlrThdtty
'iho torchlight (iroceHHion by tho lroois nnd flro
ooinpanles on Monday night wan a supprlso to
tlin public ntida cteillt to its projnetors. 'ihoj l(f;ll
tower of thu flro depirtimtit building waa Jmuutl
fully Illuminated with colored lights and Cliitioso
lanterns ; the fronts of the various engine houses
were also lighted up lint on n much smaller senle,
'I ho procession formed In lino almot H r.M., headed
,by thu 1'rince's own, mounted nnd bearing torches.
lMllowlilg them enmotho troops In white iirilforrrts
nnd wearing whltn und ornngo-oolorT-d imitntlou
feather nlonks ornamuuteil wltlblacknud red ores
ents, which were mndo fur tlio reception of General
Grant, when ho was expected to visit theso Island.
The soldiers liore torches Instead of inns. Aften
them came the several flro companies, idso carrying
'torrhes, with their engines, which were tnstcfully
llr.lil.ul .....l ili.nMl.il li..... ... .. n S.I..Z..A... .
.H". .i. ... w,.i,..u. x.iuy nmu n iiiunpnilv itll-
turn of thu prucessioti, but they lined drilling to
enable them to keep step and turn n squaro corner.
The lino of march was down Fort Street to King
nnd up Khi!( to thu Palace where. itddreasea iu
nntlvo end llnglisli. were read, to which His Maj
esty th6 King briefly responded. Aftcrcheoring.
thu procession p issod out of tun western gato of
tho palace grounds to Kichiird Street, np which
they marched to lierctama. They halted beforo
the residence of H.H. I'riilcf-ss Mliuoknlntilw horo
thrifi cheers were given, and tho National Anthem
was played by the band. Tho next stop wns mndo
oppo-ilto tho residence of Quoon' Kmma whero
threo morn cheers wore given nnd tho band ngnln
played tho National Anthein, Tho procession then
P wing down Niiiiniin Street turned ou to Kiugnud
from King Inck to Fort, np which they marched to
(ho engine house. Tho universal oxpression in re
gard to tho procession in ono of approval, and nil
unite iu saying that it oxcelled any previous dem
onstration of tho kind over attempted lu Hono
lulu, Tho yacht race originally set for tho lCth nnd
nflerwards given up, did como off and was tho
first thing on tho day's programme. Thoro wore 3
prizes .$.10, !!0, und fM, 'Ihe race was contest
ed by tho sloop X-trttli, Cnpt. Oilloy's slooii-riggcd
w halo boat, nnd the schoonors Kaplulant nnd Moktl
oln. Tho sloop l'aitliite was also entered but with
drawn beforo tho start was made. Tho start was
mndo off the esplanado about 10:15 A. m. tho wlmlo
bo it leading the way nnd followed nt intervals of
nbout two minutes by tho Sarah, Kapiolaul and
ilnkiiola. Tho wind was light at first but fresh
ened up nfter noon. Tlio course, nfter running
out of tlio passage, led around n ling boat station
ed odWnikiki, thence around a boat between Pearl
river nnd tho mouth of tho passngo, thence tostart
ing point off foot of Fort street. Captain Oilloy's
boat won tho first prizo, tho Makuoln the second,
nnd the Sat ah tho third. T.ho termination of tho
raco wns intently wntched by a largo and interostc
cd throng of spectators,
Tuesduv's snort nt Knniolnni nark wns of a var
ied and interesting character nnd wns enjoyed by
a largo concourse of iieople. Tho trotting race bo
tween tbo j;ray stallion King William, nnd tho
bay maro bolly Vnrden, wns called a t l':.TO r. m.
Tho horses got off to a fair start, but King William
soon gniued n lend Of three or four lengths which
the little maro wns unable to wrestle from him and
ho camu hi winner by six or seven lengths, mak
ing tho lime in .'1:10. , Tho second lui.it was also
lead by King William, time 3:12, thus winning two
heats and tho purse of $200. There was a trial of
sliced also between Black Prince, nnd Dark Horse,
which resulted in nn easy victory for Dark Horso.
There were also running races byinatire horses,
nnd foot raco. A, second trial of speed was, agreed
upon between Black Prince, and Dark Horse, and.
iu turning round to get ready to score again, ono
wheol of the Prince a sulky got into quick-sand
nnd upset, throwing out tho driver ; bo then start
ed without the word and on n doad run, nnd beforo
ho got to tho quarter polo he clearod'himself of
the sulkv. The endsof the shafts were hiiuLrinu to
tho trnces and nt every jnmp they camo down on.
uts ntnu legs, wnicu oi course Kept urging nun oil
and he came in under tho wire in fine style, where
ho was stopped by the crowd. The Judges, how
over, declared him distanced for coming in with
out his weight. '
Tho boat race on Tuesday afternoon was between
tlirefl six-oared Ixuits, the A, the Kanotlaui aud tho
Male. The start wan made nbout 4 o'clock tho
crows pulling with co wains. Tho A lead the way
to tho spar buoy, the turning pointybut ou tho
homo stretch tho Kunoelani, which had held tho
second place from iho start shot ahead nnd came
in first. Tho Male also passed tho A, who30 crow
oxerted themselves too much on the start, nnd
claimed tho second place. The contest was inter
esting nnd exciting.
Translation.
Some Enlightenment from the Express.
Whon the Cabinet went out immediately after
tho ndjourument of tho legislature ot 1860 it
pleased tho King tonppoint Messrs. Moreno, Bash,
Walker nnd Davidson to a new Cabinet. In the.
evening of thnt dny tho members of tho now Cab
inet mot aud sovorally accepted tho office to which
tlio King hnd appointed tlietu, with thanks to tho
King for the great honor bo had conferred upou
them.
Just here let us turn back and see tho reasons
why tho King hnd no confidence in the Wilder
Ministry. In their conduct of the Government it
is not difficult to seo tho reason of their being dis
missed. The members of this Cabinet showed by
their reports to the legislature they were divided
nud their conduct of tho Government was wrong.
In tho biennial report of tho previous period, of
the Minister of Finance, can bo seen tlio wrong
und nrrogatico of tho Minister of Interior na re
gards tbo other members of tho Cabinet, aud, said
the Minister of Finance, (S. K. K)., when thnt lit
tle huolo aaw that his opinion, to report iudepeud
.ently to tho Legislature, did not conform to tho
flaw, only then did he apologize nnd unito his re
port witn mine proutt little iiuote indeed is ttila:
These words were repeatedly heard by tho Hon
orablca of tho Inst legislature. "Wu will uot speak
nt length 'concerning tho time tbo House wan
in session, iunmuuch na the record of tho deeds of
tho Ministry was made iu the House. In matters
of great importance und in little things their op
position to each other was alv. ays apparent. On
iho niinronriatlon nertainimr to tha ltoval
iHousehold the little hnoles rati out, ok also they
uiu on MiuiB oiuor items i me minister oi nuance
voted iu favor of the Bill to permit the importa
tion of opium into this placo, nnd hU colleagues
were opposed to it, so also with regard to tho
China Steamship Lino, notwithstanding it was
won by ono man: nudnt times tho House turucxl
in favor of tho Minister of Foreign Affairs. Tbua
did tho Ministry nut ns iu mockery in Iho face of
tlio people until tno uiuu wnen lite legislature ad
journed. Smith of the nobles, said to ono of hU
fellow-noble ; "I mil ashamed of this Ministry;
It wna uover so with former Cabinets of this Gov
ernment." As though ho had lost all confidence
iu Ihom on account of these strango proceedings.
It was commonly riqiortcd previous to thu sitting
of tho Legislature thnt tbo King h.td no confidence
in hia MlnUtry, but it wna uot clearly understood
by outsiders. But when tho reports of tho Min
isters were been and their speecheri were heard, nl
mi their opposition to each other, then ILnxso who
lnd uvea and Kioto who heard, understood clearly
that theru wna reason, ami good reason, why the
King shuuld havo no confidence in hU MinLifry.
On Sunday, August lCth, 1830, nfier a meeting
ot thn members of the now Cabinet on the 11th,
tho Couuulhsiouera of Knglaud, America nntl
France met nud expressed (heir opiniuua to Air,
Walker, a member of the now Cabinet, concerning
Moreno. After thoy had expressed themselves with
angry wotdd, Mr. Walker tiUriuik lijick through
fear, so also with Mr. Dnyidsou, r.nd wrote to the
King resigning their oflicea. It wns rumored that
tho ground of the CouunisHiouera' opposition to
Moreno veruon the irt of (ho Knglish Com
misaiouer, on account of a book written by Moreno
concerning Ihe evil deeds of Hngliabraen In India,
while ho wai n Secretary for a certain Chief iu
Indi.i ; aud tho American Minister he sought oc
casion for n slander ns to the untruthfulness ot
Mr. Moreno' word to hint about hia intimacy with
Mr. Oaf field and Governor Ftwtar, of Ohio; the
French Comrahwlonir was of the aamo mind a
the other without any ipocUl reason.
At this time cwrum luhujoaai rjr children with
'certain merchant haoles were exciting nieolinga of
a treasonable nature ngalutt tho King, OMMted
moreover, by a certain Supremo Jachto, ( miiou
itryibU). On ttccoiwiuf the p.ut tJuu by the
Foreiulleproiieutiittvea the Utile hanIeM pere
firralv unltMl la stir nn the mMtinoa tiiAt wmn.
i ldktha, TbWHWdi4iAtriUhuVl
on the sido of theso Foreign llepresi-tilrtllvis whllo
iney noisieii mo lings oi ineir resti
rt-siicctlvo countries'
and "octtrrd Ihetrt iMy and nicht.
(in nranuii nf till eoncerti d fiction of (he For
eign Itenreseiitnlivrs nnd the foreigners of tho
city of Honolulu I partly In seen I nud partly oirti
trctisoti), they rontititied to talk, oxngoernto nnd
frighten, In order that Iho mind of Iho King might
bo changed In rtspict lo Moreno and also In
rests-el to tho other .Ministers. On Friday, Iho
JOth day of August our King Appointed Hey, M.
lumen, Minister of Finance, nml Jtnlgo Jones At-lorne-.flcnornl,
In nlnro of Messrs. Wnlkor nml
Davidson, who tiAtl resigned. The mind of thn
King would iiAtrhanRe,lnasmilchnshdknwllfit,
In conformity wllh tlio Constitution nnd with his
own goisl will for equal rights, for nil on theso Is
lands, his actions worn right. Oil tho 18th day of
AtiRUjt, thnt wns Wednesday In the nvetilllg, the
American Minister called ns a friend f seo tho
King. In that interview of Mr. finnly with our
King lm eiprensed his opinion as lo the nnfllliml
of .Mr. .Moreno on ncomintef hlstuitruthfiilllieait
nutl hn staled that ho hnd a letter from floneral
O.Ulleld denying tho truth of Mr, Moreno' word
thai he im atyiiainleil trtlh (JarflilH ami Fetter.
lint that letter has leeii wen by no one of whom
wo have innilo Inquiry, nnd many are thanrqnniut
nnces of Air. Comly who have lieen asked if they
hnronoeii that letter, but no ono han said h saw
it. Ou nccount of this statement of Mr. Comly,
tho King wavernd, sinco as a gentleman hn accept
ed the statement which was declared to him to bfi
true. (Hill now it is reported tlmt (JnrfieM nnd
Foster ncknow'odgo nn ncquainmnce with Moreno
and wnrmly woleomo him, Strangot Which of
Iheso shall wo distrust 1 ) Ou this account- Mr.
Moreno resigned his ofllcn when ho heard this,
and ho said that before many days ho wonld prove
that his word was true, and that this was only A
Conspiracy, litcnuso Hush's Inilrpnndencn and en
tire devotion to tho King nnd the real Hawaiinn
(Hioplo wns fi-nrrd.
On Iho 17(h Mr. .Moreno resigned his) n3in; still
the I'oreign llepreseiitatlvc did not recognbo thn
(luverntni-iit, that Is lonny, theMlniatryappoiiitod
by the Kliif.;. On account of this non-recognition
by tho itepreseiitalivesof the other lands, tho Min
istry (of which Moreno was a member at the (lino)
ilfCiilif! lo enter complaint Against them becnui
(hoy had insulted tho King's Ministers, which wan
insulting the Hawaiian Government and a viola
llmi of thu international law.
When Minister Hush was appointed Minister of
Foreign Affairs pro lent ho questioned his colleagues)
In ftsirct to recognizing (ho Foreign Itopresent
allvefl In casn they should come to hold intor
conrse with tlin Hawaiian Government through
' himself as Minister of Foreign Affairs, nnd whether .
he should Inform them of what thellnwnllnn Gov
ernment thought of their conduct, ( Oovornmcnt
imjtilting Foreign Representatives), nnd of tho In
tention to enter complaint to their Government
against thorn. The majority voted to rocognlre
thoi-oreign Representatives nnd tocontinno the
complaint ngainsl them for reasons known to tho
Hawaiian Government, which iu brief are as fol
lows ! Thoy united to object .to Moreno, a con
tempt of the King) they hoisted their flags and
fastened them to (ho poles dny and night for no.
good reason, as there was no not, nnu tho Govern
ment was nlwnyn ready to sanprcaa nny disturb
ance j they unanimously urged rertaln mflneiitial
porsons of the land lo domand of tho King that ho
dismiss Moreno, and the) English Commissioner
called on the Chiofesa Kcelikolnni for that pur
pose ; and tho Premier was sent for by tho French
Consul; deeds contrary to the rule of office nntl
unwarranted encroachment , also nn insult (o tho
King nnd his Government, in that they did not
como direct to him like good friends. This is tho
substnnco of tho action of the Foreign Represent
atives. In the newspapers opposed to tho real Hawaiian ,
tho Hawaiian Ministry wns blamed without proper
explanation of what they hnd done. If we under
'fltnnd (ho nature of Foreign oflloinls, It is very
clear thoy have done things for which their Gov
ernments will censure them. Those oflloinls were
placed hero to guard tho rights of their citizens,
when thoy are wrougod or Injured; then they
should report lo tho Government where they aro
maiding tho wrong done to such citizens. Bnt yo
who read, do yon know of any wrong done to the
countrios of thosn Government officials ? No, not
by any means. Wore they right In treating with
contempt n person appointed to office by the King
on account of their personal prejudice ? What
would England's Government say to this Govern
ment nbont Hawaiian's llcpresentative residing in
London if objection were muds to Gladstono on
account of personal feeling. In onr opinion tlio
Knglish Government would demand of Hawaii bin
immediate dismissal from office.
Continued next week.)
The Latest from Manna Loa.
" Hilo, Novombor 0th, fsSO.
Wo nro having considerable, excitomont ro
garilinp; tlio eruption from Mokuawcowco, on
Mnun.i Lon. I havo lioen watching it closely,
but clouds keep us from seeing it wall much
of tlio tirno. Tlicro seem to bo two streams,
ono oxtending porhaps 15 or 20 mile' towards
Mauna Ken. On 8atnnlay morning early it'
was a crantl sight and during tlio day, partic
ularly in tho morning, wo could sec tlio lava
thrown up it teemed 1,000 feet. Could wo
havo seen tho samo nt night it would havo
been grand. I wntched it on Saturday night
until 1 a.m., and it was a magnificent sight.
November 10th. Got up at 3-30 a.m. to seo
it. It haa extended much farther. Tho lino
on tho left is now plain and some thinkitho
lava may como near this placo. Mr. Sevpranco
who wan nt Waimea camo homo in hasto, think- ,
ing Iliio in danger, but tho people aro butliU
tlo alarmed. Mr. S. has sent Mr. Cohen, a
constable, with a gilidoto seo how far tlio lava
has travelled. It looks liko a grand torch
light procession only much moro grand. Many
were curious to' know how Kilauoa is affected.
Wo had a report that there wan no signs of
life in it; nnnilior report is that all threo lakes
aro quito active.
November 11th. The flow La nearly top
ped at tho right. It can only be seen from
hero about 0 miles. It has travelled 30 miles.
Tlio How at tho left is increasing and is going;
.towards Kan, having travelled as near a wa
can judge about 10 mile. Tlio sight wa ex
traordinarily grand laat night. Partiei that -returned
from Kilauoa last ovening report it
quite nctivo. Mr. Cohen and tho gtiido return
ed this p.m. Thoy think the lava is flowing;
towards Kilauca and Puna, and is vory thiok.
They say it wa a vory hard trip ; they wcro
from 5-30 a.m. to S p.m. making 40 miles
with good horses. They say tliero i a small
stream flowing towards Hilo, but think it will
not amount to much ; that wo need not havo
tlio slightest alarm.
"November 12th. Tlio lava stream to tlio left
continues to flow and it is thought towards
Kau. A letter was received Inst evening from
a resident of this placo now visiting Kau.
It could bo seen but n short tirno last ovening
na it wna raining. Tlio flow towards Mauna
Ken is much smaller and seems to decrease.
J. A. M.
Uudcr data of Nov. 12th, as wo loarn by a"
letter from Hilo :
Tno sight on Saturday was indoscribtnbly
gtand. All day, with or without tho glass,
our eyes wcro turned towards tlio mountain.
A fountain of liquid lava was pouring up from,,
tho summit lino of Mauna Loa. Two fiery
stroams wore distinctly visible, coursing down
its sido, one towards Mauna Koa, the other '
noaror Hilo. At night tho sky wa a glaro of
light that mado object distinctly visible in tho
streets and in our rooms. Wednesday night
the sight of the mountain, was most glorioua.
Tho broken clouds lying around the summit
sides wero irradiated and shone in wonderful
splendor. The furco of eruptions seems now
diminishing.
Communicated.
Mr. Heed, of Hilo, Hawaii, who has been ill a
longtimo died Thursday evening November ltth,
nnd was burled tho following af ternosjsv A little
grandson was torn in tho huese the,4fcun day,
(Mr. W. Bliipmana second child) so tilth ami
death almost touched each other. la ono room this
weary pilgrim pasned out to hia eternal rest s la
the other, n little new life camu In, entering uion
tho untried experience ot joy ami sorrow, victory
and defeat.
" One In lbs morn awoke
In a world of care uid pain.
Hut thn other wu happier Tar
And never awoke ti.'olii,"
Flaoaa oWarmt p.
KHMEx'a IITiiL Itcv H U Pauiou, Chaplain, King
street, near Ihe bailors' Home. I'irachlui; at II x a,
hla free... Haubath hch.xil before I lie. morning Mivlce,
Prayer inectluK on Wixinttday eyemtisi at 7, o'clock.
Fomx biaxxT Chi'hcii llev W Frcar, I'a.tor, cointr ,
of Felt aud UerrUnU screen. 1'rracb.lni; on buinUrs
.UliJiaudT), r. Sabbath tchcol H0 a . '
HTAxumw'a CATa)l Eotll.h acrvlceti lit Iter '
the 1)1, hop s( Honolulu aud Itev Trus Dlacklnru. Ha
waiian Mvlctt Itv .Mux Mackintosh, tat. Holy
Communion; 'J 30, Millns ana Hertnon (Hawaiian); 11
Matins, LIUny n Wermou (Knll.b)5 4, Kv.u.oi.J
llUwallanli T.3p Kvensonj and W.ruion (Enijllsaf;,
Ifyinna CKlIh. BoinlnKi M, 3,J ,ptlt ij, .
nln I aju, 171, ts.
KAWAUMAoCiirncu-ttev II II I'srker. Tutor, King
strrl, akovu Ihe 'slce, bcrvlcu In lUwtlUn rr
ttuiiil.yatllAK. Sabbath richool at lo"s. KrralBc
amlcMstili o clock, lterntln with Kauaiskaplir.
District meetlnfft In various chapels at3JWr a, Piavcr
meitlug evtfy Wedu.dy aHH r M. -'
KAVtUKAriuOuescu-KevM Kuaea. Pastor. rrJ
Unla strtel 'neir Nuuauu. Hervlrw In Hawaiian aver
bunaayat ItH a m. Habbatb HchM,l stS'i A 'at,' Ka- .
lag service al 7i o'clock, Utinalluir wllk Kswaiabao. i
Fyr meeting eteiy WeJassdaj at 714 r m, k, j
..,to?A? Cajuouo Cuuecb, Under tba (lane of Ktt
KvWop4.lir.i,Uio4byK.T father K,iauu;?l'
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