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i 1 i i AUCTION" f.AL.KS. BY E. P. ADAMS. J&.-CLC-tOJ3L Sale ! (W MONDAY, XOrBJIHKH 20, 1880, . At It o'clock M at Sales Hoom, t Crntcs.'otnioes, llfiir-. I'ntntoes, Boxes Apple KXSUIR kxci:i.iok K. P. ADAMS, Anct'r. MORTGAGEE'S Notice of Scilo. lly;illr-ctlon of A J. OAItTWRlOHT. the mortgagee iannl In (i certain Intlont ure nf mortgage, dmit Hie Slsttlay nf February, 1H77, innile by I". II. Tripp lo raid A. J. Cart-nlchl, I mn directed l ncll nl public auction ON MONDAY, NOV. 29th, 1880, AT 12 O'CLOCK, NOON, At my 8a'le Room In Honolulu, nil tint certain piece or parcel nf Inml, with hiilbllii)- thereon, HITUATKIp OM MlilllA ST., HONOLULU, And more particularly described an follows K hnnmakil I keana ana ma kp klhl lilklna muuka o kcla lll una I kn Mill hciim, n ka apana -J no in mi Knla a me ke Alminl I.lllha mn ka kapn anwal nk finln. Aknu AC IV, kom.nkaiila ma ka alna n nn knla e hlkl I ho lulu, hcma!7 :i' xnm. ISI nank ma Kolnlii, hctiia VP .)' knm. Ill pauk mn Kiiliim a hlkl o ko J llobliisoii, akau II" hlk art ma ka nilwul e pill I ko Alnnul I.lllha hlkl I kahl I hnomaka al he 8M(l eka. Tor further urllciilars Iiiuulrunf B. T. ADAMS, Auct'f, or CI'l'IL IIROWN, Attorney for Mortgagee TWSTPONKU TO NOVtiMJIKK 2. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. TN A C! (J O II I) A ' C K AV I T II A J Powerof "ale contained In a certain tunrtiriiireglvcn hy Krellltnnhlal anil Kukalnnia ti, II. Iliickfelil .V. Co., dated May 15. IH77, recorilnl l.lljcr ri, rollo na. mm a. slimed liy alil llnckfelil A L'n. In 0. Kruil, the until r- algiiiil irlvi tvi h niitlre thnt he Intend to fori! lose sold morleaire for rondltlon broken, and Mill nil nl public auction at the Auction lloom of E I'. Adams In llono " "'On 11m 'Jlllh lny r November, 1H80, At 12 o'clock noon, all (lie property described In sold miiclain. vli ,, It That tract nf land In Kalnrna. Kona, Ilnnnll, dc pcrlktd In Hnynl Patent lIBH.urca IT acre;. 2, TUnt tract of land at -.aid Kalauia, described Jn Royal I'atent B'lU. nrca .1 acre. 1. Ono Express Wagon and Harness, No. 2. V KHUI.L.As'lKnicnf said Mortpaije. Casti.-; A HXtcii, Alt ys for nfitjace s.l I in J'OSITONKI) TO XOYKMIII.ll 2. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. IN AOOOKDAXCK WITH A I'owpr of Hole contained In aceitnln innrtcnsp gUtti by lncph Llln C'anaro, dated Scpleiiibir o. IKio, re conled Liber Kn, riilln ITl., to K ,M llnlih, and by blm aasli-ned to William Denn, the nr.iHrr ln' ,1 clue no tlce thaf ho Intend to foreclose sold innrlKnvT for f on illtlon brnki'ii. and "III sell at publle nuctlonallhc Auc tion Hoom of 11. I. Adams In Honolulu, On the Uilth diiyorNinciiiber, 1880, At 12 o'clock noon, all Ihu premises described III raid mortgage, vlrt All that tract of land nt Knllhl, Onhu, containing ffl l-lll acres, bcliiK a portion of Hnynl 1'ntpnt MM, In A. Adams, and conveyed lo said Cumin, bvdeid of A Ou-llc, Liber 11, fofln IWS. Wit. RRAN. Cadtlk Jfc Hatch, Atty's for Mortgager, b'.'i lm -A-Uiotloio. Sale -- REAL ESTATE! On Lnnalllo Htrect, nppo'ltn .Mr. HaxrliiKcr'a, ON MONDAY. NOVEMBER 29th, AT 12 O'OLOOK M, AT HALBS UOOM, COTTAGE AND LOT! i.orrMX2ti Finrr. CnltRRrt lust completed Contains four rooms, bath room and kitchen. Water laid uu. JSr TEUMB AT SALE. E. T. ADAMS, Anct?r. REGULARCASHSALE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2nd, At 10 A. At. nt Nrtlr Kovin. AN ASSORTMENT OP DRY GOODS I'rlnti", Pino Cottona, Liuvna, Shawli. Klnnnelii, Woolen Shirts, l'antv Hocks, IlnlR, While hhirt". Coverlets, I'rocks, lllnnkctH, l)rllls, llnnilkerchlcfii, .Tobaecii, Hair Oil, I'lpes, Netkllcs, C'lcnrK, Knyclojies, Paper, Saddle, Clocks, Hope, Ac. A Line of New Groceries : IMne Hu-nr Cured Hams and Ilncon, Ilonst llecf, I.lhby, .McNeil .t Clllilu' Corned lliMif und Toii-ue, Pork and lleann, Urreu Peas, Ln Orolx Corn, Axim'tiRUs, Plekl-K, Onions, Mc.Murray's Ojhtera, Salmon, I,tibtcrn, Soda Cracker-, Clinic ti-t California Jams, Jelllen mid Table. Fruits, iledlinii Dread, Siirillni'S, Cubu Suir, Fiuu 'lens, tlMlnrtt.'ITiner, orcesl(rsiiiro dilute, Corn's Urch, V' Mtdensetl Milk, Castor Oil, Ac. k A DA SIN, Auet'r. SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE . AT AUCTION. By Order of the Trustees of tho Lnnalllo Estate, 1 --ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1880, At-lJ o'clock non. at my Sales Hoom In Honolulu Iahall,oner-for sale at nuctlon THE LAND OF LALAKEA Area SUU acres, and The Ahupuaa of Waikoekoe Areu 177(1 acres, Award II, Apann 2, AUJolnlnK inch other: Sltuntu In llaniakua, Island of i twall, cuutalnlni; rich SUGAR, FOREST & PASTURE LANDS , JvSStLp v,lh, Important Water Rights. ALSO. Lands in Kona, Hawaii. AUupuiut of Hniumiiiomii, area 3G2 acres , VwtirdSSpU, Apitnit 7. Aiin,iv,v of jj-o.t't'iintiiii, urea acres, Royal Putant 7455. Ahupuaa of Knwamii, area 3,80 acres Royal Patent 7454. Ahnptinu of Lanihauntii, area 302 acres, Royal Talent 7-10. Ahnptiiui of Piiapnanui, area 3D4 acres, Award 8559 B, Aimna 8. And IncludtiiB itctrble Coffee, Oraalne and Timber Lands. , , . A Wo, Land at Wsllioe, Mul, vU; 'Lonci (Hi Aina) of Ahikull, Near WaIIim I'lunUtlim, MmiI, tticltulini mi nreft of UlSt ncti'K, nioro or Icis, n tmmlt purl of MhlcU Ik mxnt'oiinn mini und now in cutti aUiui, ooiunriii IiiK iiln liniKittnut ntul v.iltntblo water ri(Utti. llS.il utiar A'iuU WK), U. Apiwuvl'l. ttr'rr.HHM at nai.k B. r. APAMS, Auctioneer. INTO ES 30 C3H 3XT ES Should ha without the, (ar-fameil American Cylinder Cup Of nlilch oer Ten Thousand aro now In ue. THE AMERICAN l. the only LUBRICATOR IN THE WORLD That can be lellfd upon. AND IS WARRANTED To perform I Alt that U Claimed Tor It. A certain niimbtr of drop per Inute or per hour (visible lo , .vel. will keen v out Cylinder lubricated conllnuoiislv, (Ilia old style of iup du uot feed continuous! ) ,.,.,., It wilt pay for I'felt In fuel very two inontlut In nlleviry seven to ten iniiitbs! in .ir. packing nud Ubor every four The above, also t-'ini. for shaft tUarlnss. Cylinder OJl and LubrlialliigConipouiid may 1 1....1 jf ttk-tx Am nln. DILLINGHAM CO.' Kil Ul 111 CO-l'AKT.NFKHHll' NOT1CK. THIS IS TO OKB'MPY , THAT T. AluiialtHIl and W I". A. Rrwer, living at Makawao. M.i 17.1o1ul. bmlnc.a lucre under h I'm naiua of i q' sH V ' ALANALUMl Jt CO. AUCTION BALKS. BY C. S. BARTOW. I'OSTI'OXKII TO NOVKMUHR -).Mh Jlof tgngciVs Snlc of Ileal Jhtiile. PIMlsVakt to A I'OW'I.U or .1. ale contained In a certain Mortf-ae Ilecd. dale,! February loth, IW, made lielmeri H KIPI. and Itev, B IKIMt, ItccnrdPrt In Mlier .'.I pai-ea I II, tli, l. .Mr t H Hartow l InMnicted by V It Hmllh, Ailjnee of raid mortgage, to fell at hla room- at Public Auction, On Mondny November 29, 1880, AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON, All Hint certain piece and parcel of timl pltnatnl In the town of llll" bland of Ilannll, tosether itlrall lm-pro-emint- therron, bclni; tin" Mme lonvejid to H Kljd l,y KnuIiiM'nle by deed recorded In l.lber 21 on picp 'Jl conlalnlntf !Bt,WWfrrt or W-IH)ncrrr, frpntlne nn Wain nninno street, lor furtlur partlcnlnri. apply to (' H IIAHloW. Auc't. KICIIAIlt) V IlICKBinON, Atfy for Mortgagee POTATOES'A'fAUCTION ON MONDAY, : : NOVEMBER 29th, AT 1 O'CLOCK, On the Es pin tmilc, opposite Custom House, Will be -old by order of LAt.NK A I'O 150 Bags Good Potatoes. EX SCHR. EXCELSIOR. O H II A mow, Auet'r. SPECIAL SALE ON- WKDXESDAY, JIKCKMUKR 1st, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M., BY ORDER OF MR. JAEGER. WILL IIB SOLI) PARLOR & BEDROOM FURNITURE Wntchmnker'n Tool., rixtiirc", and Material, WntcliC'anil Olocki", Jewelry and Jewelry l'ae. a S. UAIITOW, Auet'r. ROOM SALE. ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, At 10 A. M. nt SnH llwmi, will bo gold DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HOSIERY. CHOICE AND FRESH LOT OF (1R0CKHIES Tins of-Superlor Salmon, Oystem, Snrdlnis, Lunch Totitfiiea, Oormil llecf, Pls' Kect, Stifiir Pea", Com, As-ortid Milk and Soda Crackers, lloxes of Candles. Soap, Starch, llottlcs of Pkklcs, Ac. C. S. HAItTOW, Auet'r. For Sale. oki: roTTAMi; riVN. a 410011 toned Instrument. 0. H. IIAItTOW. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Ynlnnblc ns nn liivcsttticiit. llenteil lo good tenant for a long pi rlod. Ilnlldlni;" In eood repair und pleasantly located. Apply to C. S.1IA1UOW. BY THE LATEST ARRIVALS I'llO.lt NAM rilAJ4'IM'0 WE 1IAVK ItKClOlVlUJ A rjAl.OT, adilltlou to our former stock of Ship Chandlery, Ship Store, Provisions, Ac., Ac, which gives us the Greatest Assortment of Goods Kept on thi'ip Islands, nil nf which will be sold nt (he Lowest Market Prices, its Usui). Our friends and the public generally aro rcspcctrnlly Invited to examine. a Blf 1IOLLBS A. CO. TAINTS AND OILS. A W lb. yii.x i'i,it ir-ii.i-njti t .i Ilolled I'nlnt Oil In b'lllraml In 5j-allon drums, A full assortment Funcy Color Paints. S 818 110LLES A CO. LUBRICATING OILS. ' ' SI-Kim Oil, IX AXVl"A.riTVIteqnlr-l. Castor Oil nnd B gallon tins. 818 jiubiiisn ,v uu. AVIItE RIGGING. atxis F110.U ii.cii to s ITtfCIIKN. FOR 1IOLLBS A CO. C7 Sale by 2 818 1MANILA CORDAGE. Arii.i. AHsnurxKxt six thread to tlo Inch. 2 818 Of MZR.N rnoji JIOLLKS A CO. HEMP CORDAGE. AND BOLT ROPE. A.N ASSORT.VIF.NT itV SilXI'.S I'llO.lf 'J 13 Inch to 8 Inch. Also, Spunjurn, Sclzinc, lUtlln, j. men 10 n men. -viso, npuiijt Housellue, Marline, Itouuutui', Al : Bin 110LLES & CO. BLOCKS AND MAST HOOPS. PATK.XT I UOW rtTUM'l't:i III.OCKK, Metallic Iron Strapped Illocks, J'atcnt Ilushlni:, IMaln Hushing, n full assortment of sizes. S blB HOLLES.i CO. GKOCEIUES. I,1AIIinANI(N' I. AKl IX AIM. 9 101b. " each. Ilutter In Jars and Kr-;i Coccec. Cases Assorted Table Krults, Cniintd MealH, Jams and Jellies, Hone) In Oluss. Pickle Kes of Pickles, Vegetables, Kecs of Pig Pork for family use, llai-s of Coffie, bests and Cuddles of Pincst Tea, bniclliici In qr and hf boxes. Vermicelli, Maccaroul. Crackers 111 variety, tubo Sugar, Keg Sugar. IIOI.LKS A CO. BUEAD. SALOON BIIEAIl IN !AHFJ4 AND HOXKA, medium brcud. Soda Croikern In cases, Snilu Crack era In Iloxes and '11ns, Ugg Jumbles, llanimu Cakes, Ac., Ac. UOLI.ES A CO. 5JU7 EXTRA MESS BEEF. AXn KASrEKN EXTKA l-ltlNK lMtllK for Sale by 1IOLLES A CO 2 818 HAMS AND BACON. Jl'NT AT HAM). For Salu by 8 818 HOLLKS Jfc CO EXPECTED. PER K11REKA TO AHRIYK. AN ADIll HuukI Slock of General Merchandise, 2 8g ROLLED CO. POTATOES AND ONIONS. R k-i:ivi:i PER CITY 'Of" NEW YORK, the Finest Lot In the Jlarket. iblS HOLLKS .t CO. GOLDEN GATE VLOUII IIAKKII'N EXTRA. EXTltA FAMILY IN U.nuarter and half tacks, Khloiodo Flour In quarter sucks, Corn Meat, Oat Meal, Cracked Wheat In 10klb bags, received direct from the Mills every mouth, and warranted fresh, and of tho best quality. 2 818 UUI.IE3 X UU, LIME. F-iOjOj IIVKKKI- 111 I Jill JJW Lime Juit received. 1A I.I t'O It MA 1I0LLES A CO S 8IH C3rVLytTt Jolly, MANUFACTURED Qf REFINED A. NO. 1 SUGAR BY F. HOH xo. Pratical .Confectioner I Pastry Cook Pioneer team Candy, Factory Lemon and Tamarind Byrup nlwaya on hand T ex m et riua Tut up In A. No. t Kenned Sugars, highly recomuiendei for Sea voysgej. American, French, Epglish and German Pastries Made (a Order at short police. Wadding Cakos Ornamented In the blhet fitvloof Art. Rich fresh home made ChocolaleCreami, Cocoa nut and CrtaiL Candles. No. 71 IUUI Htrtxl awl. Nhiuimb uU or HIS ly qr THI HAWAIIAN ANNUAL DIRECTORY AND CALENDAR WII4T. SHOtllTIA" UK I88UKD, AS usual full and complete In all lis department, and cnirectcd UP to the latest pos.lble moment. SHIPPING. PORSAN FRANnrscoT3 The Al American Hark "JOHN M. CLERK." r CO.S'A NT, Matter, Will Snll for tin, nliotp Port aliniitJIPc. 1st. For freight or paiap;e, apply 82S 11 It ON IIOAHI). FUJI SAN .FRANCISCO. TIIK A.MKRICAN Barkentine "Ella," TOltNEH, M.itor, Will have Quick Dispatch for the above Port For I"rcllit or I'aisngcYniipljr to (j.7 U I' 1IHBWKU A CO , Agents. FUR MONGKUNG. The At Swedish Hark JEXE3-.B:CTTVS, & I.OM.VOHKN Mater, Now due here, will return with dispatch to Hongkong, For freight or passage apply to JUT II. IIACKFKLI) A Co., Agents- SPRECKELS LINE FOit SAN JARANC1SCO. The Al American Hrlgontlnc VCONSUELO ' . 7 IIOWAItn, Master, Will have quick dispatch for above port For Freight or pan-see, apply lo B.M 11 WM. tl lltWl.V A CO.. Agents. Now York and Honolulu Packet line. ?i Ar Al VESSEL AVU.L JtE vA. -low nut on for tilt Port illrnt. to null ftom New York about UUCUMHKIt 1st. Parties desiring to semrn space for their merchandise by this popular ir lino will no wen in senu ineiroruers eariy. W. II. OltOSBMAN A IIIIO., Agents, New York, OASTLK A COOKK. 8171 3m Agents, Honolulu. Prom Honolulu to Hilo Direct. The A 1 Clipper Schooner, s& bC 31 A JL O JL O," 3L. OOODMAN. MASTKIl, Will sail from Honolulu lo Illlo direct, and will call at Intermediate Ports on the return trip. For Freight or Passage, apply to tho Captain on board 1 or -a. r ji;n time : iLlKHLM IilX., I I MAN IKK Tuesday. November JJIrd, f p m into Circuit of Hawaii Illlo .Circuit of Hawaii Illlo .Circuit of Hawaii Tuesday, Tuesday, .oemner:nun, o p m Doceinber 7tii. r,i m ., Tuesday. Ilecembcr lltli.r, n m. Tuesday, Ilecember Slst, n p in. Tnesd ly, December 5ilh, Ti p m i-- No i'reillt lor I'Mfmjtr Jlniii'J -bn We poltle!y dicline to open accounts fur Passages, and we nartlcnhirly call the attention of the traveling public lo the necessity of having Haggiigc and Freight plainly marked; tho Steamer will not be responsible for any unmarked Ilaggagc, or for Freight or Parcels, links- 11.,'eellili'U Kir. Freight Money Duo on Demand. In all cac of freight for paitlc not responsible, or unknown, the freight money will be required In advance lAJKiUr.N ri. HIHOUS mill WINKM MI'Mi UK l-I.AINI.Y .MAItlCKO For the party whom they are for, or plainly stated In the receipt to whom they arc consigned. All ile m.iuils for damage or loss must be made vvltbln one month In no way liable for lo. or accident to live stock. rjry Hack Drivers, Hoys, and such like, will not be allowed on board the Stoiimer on arrival, until after I lie passengers haie been landed. WW WILDER A CO. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY For San Francisco. THE NI'I.ENIIIO BTEAMSI1IIP ZEA.L.A.ISrr)IA. 'IIKVAI.II.R. C'OMNANIIKK. WILL LEAVE HONOLULU FOR SAN FRANCISCO On or about Monday, Dec. 20. FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND! TIIK HI'I.ENItin NTKAMNIIIP oahoii.Im ioji,iia'ii;r. On or about Saturday, Nov. 27 For Freisht and l'ssgo, apply to 80S In. llHACKPKI.I) A CO., Agents. Uk-mI lor Ntilnlit irr Meainer rnn now be Sturnl, 1'rrn ul 'ln,r"(r. In tliri t'lrerol WnrntimiKV near Hi"' .Sti-iuniT Mlinrf. A. FRANK COOKE AGENT FOR THE FOLLOWING COASTERS: Wnilole, Wnliili. Waierra, Goxu SloRel Malolo Iitlin, Walraalu. i Knluna, nnd Mann. FLAG Red with While Rail. Otlicc-Corner of Queen WI7 and Nnnanir Streets. 1 PLANTERS' LINE H3R SAN FRANCISCO jlflt O. Browor A Co. Agents, fft " 5? Merchandise received MrHe t'rrr.u and liberal cash advances mado on shipments by thta line. 780 ly O. ilREWER A CO. BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE! C. Browor 4. Co. Agents 1 Favorable arraiii-ementB can ahvuvs be i mode for storage and shliiment of Oil, llone. Wool, Hides and oilier Merchandise lo New llcdford. Heston. New York and other Hasten! Ports, fCash advances made. 780 ly C. IlUF.WER.tCO. ASTOR HOUSE DINING AND LUNCH No8. V nml 78 Hotel Street HART BROTHERS, Proprietors. Hoard by the Day, Weok or Transient Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco, Soda Water and other Iced Drinks. Meals Sorved in First-Class Stylo AT AM. 1IOUHN. HKKI.YJ.IIAUT- . 8.'5'J. ELLIS A. 1IA11T. ' - T FRANK IT. AUSTIN Jt CO... CominiUiou Morcliants and For warding Agents. Onlcc No. 20 California St., Man Francbco. Coiivlgunu-iit frooi tli Hawaiian lUuds desired. Tho Rest Price Warranted, ami Sales Guaranteed. Jjjr , SEIBEftT'S AUTOMATIC STEAK CYLINDER LUBRICATOR FOR SALE BY THE HONOLULU IEON WORK! CO Thli Hull apparatus nils the cylinder tonslantly aa'd p-rti'Ctly. ho Utile oil l used that a sailug of oil and wear tsiual lo four timet lis cost may be ifTccteil to one season Piat,itv $3(Half ?iat Sue, $30, SI8-3 FAHM FOB SALE. ntSISNa TR rARW,' MIST mm ceipis iiki pwmoniD Armlvtntt.'K. nl In N E. 'BUMOP, Gov't BtUTtj OMce. o, 21 - juaa Schoul tituvlj "J"'K 53--a-5- JfMk SANTA CLAU8' Tte BREWER'S BLOCK, FORT STREET, WILL OPEN DECEMBER 4TH With Its usual a-sortnicnt of HOLIDAY GOODS ton nut anii Yttvxt, tlnequalrd by any eitablUhment In this ctty for excel lence and variety, being selections from AJ1ERICA.X, r.XOMSH, FRKXCH, . ah: , (1ER5IAX .UANUFACTURERS, . which will be placed at a, low figures as Is consistent wltli first class goods. No Goods Sent out on Approval. Orders from the other Islands are respectfully solici ted, and will be carefully attended to as In retofore When selection are left to u, the sex, ages anil pn fcr ances nf those for whom they are lntenili.it should be given, toiMililc In Mich srleqllons. 1-A..:V lo'olNllron(i! Statuary, Ilomiuet Hold ers, Card HeceUers, (Smoker's Mets, Jewel Cas kets and Paper Weljihls, (llass and China Vases, Marble Statuary, Inkstands In vnrldj, Pun Hacks nnd Paper Weights, Work Hoxe. llaski ts and Hag ltetlcules. Music Hnxcs, (llass IIiiMf, (llobes, Writing Ilesks, Cal endar Hacks, Photo. Statuary, Flower and lllrd Panels, Kasils, Passeparlouts. Mats, Cabinets, and Card Vel vi Is, Frames, Ladles bae, Imrsea, Card Cases, Hronzo and China Ornaments, Fans, Ac. I'ri-uu'H 4,'hrlKlinim, Now Yrrr.i, Illrthilny null Illmili t'lurnl I'ni'ili, iiikI Nntln Ilnniicrptlrai. NEW STYLKS I'ACJiTKUUSt) IN VARIETY. "" ' Cotd Goods - Gold Tens, Irory, Pearl, Kbony, unit Rubber Hulders, I I'll lino J eneii v.n-t-1,, ji Tooth and t:ar Picks. Stad ell uacs, (Jharnt renciij, Tnotn neks, Sleeve lluttons, Charms, Macklnuon Pens. TIIK VARIETY OF Frcscntntion & Miscellaneous Books In flue Hlndlngs, Claims Special Attention Colton's Complete Quarto. Atlas. llryant's. Holmea', Longfellow's, Meredith's, Tenny son's and Whlttlcr's Po nisi Christmas Tide, Iris, Tho School Hoy, Prlnlo Deukallnn. Thu King's Secret, Dorc's lllmo of thn Ancient Mariner, Shakcspear's Characters, lli-vnord the rox, siinsiune anil storm, Paul I.ecrolx's Famous Art Works, Ivol. IAI Ilinelled, Uncle Tom's Cabin, Fajry Land of Science, The Uni verse, Painter. Sculptor, Ac. Pleaant Spots Around Oxford, Art In Europe. Art and Artists In Connecticut, Laurel Leaves, French Pictures, Cnlidonln, Tropica! Nature, In the Sky Harden, Pearl Fountain, Fern Para dise, Hrantlful Snow. Landscape In Am. Poetry, Shep herd Lady, The'Seu. Recollections of Writers, Half Hour In Natural History. (Ireen's History of Kngllsh People, Welsse's Origin, Progiess and Destiny of the I'nglish Language and Literature, (iclke's Life and Works of Christ, 2 vols.; DlckeuV Works, Macauley's Hlstor) of England, Ilavdn's Dlctlonarv of Daten, Uulrot's History of Clvlll-atlon, Khedive's Egypt, Egypt to Palestine, Hand Hook of Legendary Art, Sketching from Nature, Hand Hooks lu Wnter Color, cptr unci neutral lint, ivrumic nn, rams aim uar dens nf Paris, Literary Hoquet, Jtosesnud Holly, Library r nriiii-n 1'oets, ;ivois.; rivmnu VI mouth Col l c( Ion of 113111ns luiM'i-itt'art-V Work?, Injlor'w nd Tunes, Hibles, Shakespeare (inctht6 luiii-i, unlike w ,ri, ,' wnn,; Amcncnn iimrn, AintTicAii rnlntetr-. Horn lrolf"ftrt. HnllniulV Work-, (llnbun't. Homo, Clilhfri-n r tho Allh;e. TiignlflMiy L(i?piiiIh. HallttTnV Workr. Mnnlc Lcnn. TurrnrV Life of OlirlKt, Lift! of Ht. Vm, Knifht8 blinlcriprArr.rnjnl niinrto ro'lllon, S i. Light ot Ar-la, Trlnt Collector, KiiiRlitft Illatnry of IZhrIiiiiiL Tjrol nnd Skirtu of the Alp, TrnnjioirH hoiit, with Music, Thorwahben LIfo nnl Murks, Hhakepparc'fl Ocin, IHrthilny Ilookt, Irmolrt of Xnpokou, nnd tnd. do Hcmn-dU, Itrailt lloy Truveleri", What Dawnon iiw, Farm Hallndr-, Vapy rut. Littlo Folks In Fenthcr and Ktir, together with n arlpty of Intrft Imokn tiy favorite authors nnd many other viorkfl of vniiou- kintls.t--Tlic Line of Children!) Itooki Ih very full and cannot full to sutlafy all tat-te--,. Culdecot and Llnrii Toy Ilooku lu ariuty. Children's Blbkf, Family lllblca. Fine Leather Goods: riiotographVAlbnmx, a beautiful assnrtmi nt for Card, Cabinet, or fomblned; AUTOGRAPH ALHUMS. Port folios, Ladles' Hags, Hulls, Purses, Card Case, Memor audk or Pocket llooks. Cigar Cae, Pocket Inks, TRAVELLING TOILET, CAbKS, Ladles Necessaries. AiFull Line ofdjiaries for 1881. 1MRI.OR. ItAlHKN riirrlbtrl Map, N. S., Magic Mirrors, Comic Cubes. Go-Hung, Steeple Chase, Life's Mishaps, O line of Nations, Spider nnd Fly, Pilgrims' 'I-rofTtess. Mnnonollst. Cut Un Games. L?ttn.Hom(nocs. untss, umcKers, Auinors, various hinos; ,iacie airaws, Jaqk Stones, Ac , Croquet Set--, trllj Hoards and boxes. MECHANICAL TOYSHOVELTIES, &c, Walking nnd T.ilklng Dolls, Swimming Toy, Santa Chins on bkutcs, Hlondin on Velocipede, Nv iirncr's Oars man. Jubilee Acrnli.it, Mechanical Alligators, Rats, Vehicles, Heverslble Locomotive, Whistling Locomo tive, Klcpliants, Jointed Animals. llockliig Horc8, Shoo Fly Rockers, Parlor Swing, IVranibiilatiirs, Velocipedes, llic.vcles, Wagons, Carts, Wlteelbarrows. Sail Hoats, Steam Hoats,Englncs,I)raw Ingflools, Tool Chests.-'Oarden Tools. Hiilhiliig, Puzzle, Chinese, fomlc and 'Alphabet Illocks, Crandall's Ar tillery, Acrobats, Mcnagery. Pa lace Car and other Illocks, American Ilaril-uuoiLTcn Pins, Tin Wagons, Animals and Tovs of various kinds. Tin Kite hen Sets, China and Krlttania Tea bets, J-aundry Sets, Guns, Pistols, Soldier Caps, Drums, Cornets, Trumpets, Rasa Halls and Hats, Parlor Halls, Hrooms, Chamilcon, Spring, Hell, Ilriiss, Peg, Humming and ClrcuB Tops, Masks, Santa Clans' Comic, 4c. Perforated Card Board Patterns, Crochet and Embroidery Pattern Books. Magic Lanterns- Lantern Slides, Tubs, Palls, Wringers, Wash Hoards, Dint Pan and Rrushes, Sprinklers, Jump Ropes, Magnetic Tov, Chimes, Christmas Candles, Ilrackets, Cornucopias mid (!ti-l-.lmn,4 Tri'O Ornanienl Yvulchc. Cloeks. lets. Whips, Canes, .lumping Jacks, Surprise Iloxes, Toy Scales, Iron Stoves. Sets of Furniture, Dolls' Trunks, Black Boards Musical Tovs, Rubber Toys, Jointed Toys, Sldo Boards, Noah's Art:, Painted or Whlto AuImalB. THK FINEST ASSORTMENT OF Dolls & Doll Materlnls yet presented JtKvV JOI.VTKIi IIOI.I.S-Flne French Kid llorly DolU, dressed and nndreed: China Dolls, dressed and undressed; Worsted Dulls, Rag Dulls, llathlug Dolls. Asstd. Rubber Dolls, Doll'lludles, Doll Iliad, In China, Wax anil Patent; Dolls' Hats, Shoes, Stockings, Jtw elry. Rath T,ub, Uedsjeads, I'crumbulator-iSc, NOVELTIES: Christmas Stockings Jchrlslmas Hells, Leaflets, Noyes' Dictionary Holders, Willi many other articles Impossible to enumerate. Call and examine, either In person or by proxy. hat you don't tee, ASK FOR; as ruom falls to exhibit every thing. Thankful tor the liberal patronage heretofore extended In the subscriber, ho I rusts this display of Goods for the. Season ma) show his appreciation herf;of, and trusta to merit a continuance of the name. ' rwsis thus, u. tiiiium. XrOTDk.NO IOT-J-E. CRATER Or Of Ifll.AUEA, W. II. IKNTZ. MANAGER. Plenty to rat. a rousing tire, clruii beds, 'and the best attendance on the Hawaiian Islands Visitors requiring Any unusual display nf volcanic action will klndly'cTvwJUiiurernt leant leu do) nolle-) In nne weuiuer, aim I from eleven to thirteen In foul. "" Sly r-l ?) THIS 18 TO CERTIFY THAT THK FIltM OF ED. H0FF8CHLAEGER & CO., lining an Importing and Couiinlsslon business In Ho nolulu, West corner of Fort and Merchant streets, con. FRKR. RANNING, residing In Germany, and WM. MAERlENb, residing In Honolulu. 10 lm ED. HOl'FSCH LARGER A CO. JAMES HANLON. General Blacksmith, Horse-Shoer AND VETERINARY SURGEON. Eiplauade. In rear of Chtueto Theatre. It) lm SPECIAL NOTICE. A TjTj ACCOUNTS iniK AND ow. t ISO to the PA01FIO COMMERCIAL ADVER TISER Ofilce up 10 and Including the .nh day of Augiifl musibo.eltledwlthJ.il Illack only. All IndebteUnMU up lo the same datu will be settled by J. II, HLACK. Ilonoliiln. AugastH. lWt. 8t7-.iI JUST RECEIVED AN INVOICE OF HEIDSICK CHAMPAGNE, u DRY MONOPOllB," A??0' S'f,,J II.IIACKFELP t CO. -,-,, -a. , - - -,! ; i iffw" w.i-1 j.w "":' ' V "" HloaWS iMUCTT, , NM.Wi4t'KliiHt., 3m OutU BmtMttn, Trlamma- tatta-a, Vatotera, Vavrstaatwa O All kindt of RfpalrlncatUuded to, and'gttod work gua-ant.94. jwtt . , , , , , J( , . , 8 .mM ;- - -"'ph.&.a iri BY AUTLTDRtTT7 tot,i rcTort Orsr.nt.' rcTort 0rsr.nt.'0rnci-, ) Norember Ilth, tSH).' f Mr. (Icorgc E. Hoardman has this day been appointed Collector for Iho Port and Collection District of Kalm lal, Jlanl. W. F. ALLP.N, Collector (lenerat. Approvcdi J S WaLKrn, Minister of Finance. I".7 I tin SATURDAY PRESS. XOVEMIiEll 27, 18S0. Bnalnew Afr.ent'ii Notice. All advertisements for the hAtumiAr I'mbm must be sent In by Friday noon. No Insertions for t lie current Issue can be guaranteed vvhln sent In later. Advertisers will mark the number of Insertions de sired, from which dale they charge. Any nut so marked will be charged n months, TIIOM. (. THHI'M, llnslness Agent NOTES OF THE WEEK. What hnti becomes of our bnso bull riml cricket clllllR 1 Dr. McOrcw linn tmrclinBecl tlio Iloj-nl Ilnwnlinu 'riientrc. Wo cnil attention to Mr. Horn's holldny ndTcr tlsctncnt ill nitotlicr Holunin. IhiIko .ItuW nnd Mr. I'rostou nrrtvcil from Hn wnll on tliu l.iktUkc Innt Sinulny. , ( 'HiaH-fnfit from H.m Francisco la expected this cvcnini' or to-morrow. At Kllnnp.i iilntitntion, Knunl, tho tlicrniomotcr fell to f-' ldHt Monitny muriiiiit. Tiik iimcnilainlrlni- of 1'ort street lictwren Qneen ntul Merchant linn improved it innterinMy. Mil. Curtli 1. Innkcn, hnsj hecii nmxiititeil chief clerk in tho Foreii-ii Ofilce, vico Willtum Jnrrutt, decenHed. Wo received no Httcr forelRn news liy tho Cily 5f NtwpTork thnn wo hnd ulrendy received by tho ,'i7ci from tho const. Wo have heard nullum: additional in rognrd to the Hubmnrliin eruption otT Houoknn, Hawaii. Tho report is generally discredited. Fifteen passengers nrrived in Honolulu from Australia by tho CV,VA7ir York, nnd forty-throe left on the aamo steamer for Sail Frnncisco. Persons deslritif- to npponl from tho tnx nsness ment for tlio current year, xlioulil bear in mind to obtain their appeal pnpern lieforo tho ilOtlt. 'I'm'. Hierlfhr just nrrived from San Francisco, reports eighty-two cases of ninnll-pox in tlmt city dnrinu tho two weeks jirevlous to her depnrturo. There will lie a tlmnkHivliifi praiso servico in tho Fort Street Church to-morrow cvcuiiif-, to which nil who would bo pleased to como aro invi- 'ted. ThnnksfiiviiiK diy, Thursdny tlio 2",th, was ob served by Americans and others In Honolulu. Most of "tho business houses wero closed alter noon. 'v Tho bark reported outsido last Wednesday, and about whoso niiiiio tlici o w as considerable spe dila tion on tho Btrcets, passed on without btoppiur licre. Tlio Lniiermhirr RVfei sailed for Tahiti last Sun day, carryiiiK tho mails. Sir Thomas lleslceth, hor owner, loft for S,in Francisco in tho Cily of Kew Yoi .-. If tho sidewalks nro to bo iisod solely for tho exposure of j;oods, wo sttKijest that the authorities imposo a llnu on all iiersous caught wnlkiiiR on them. On Thursday last. Thanks"ivinc; day, nt tho Fort Street Church, llov. A. l'orbes, by invitation of Gen. Conily, U. S. Ministor, preached tho cus tomary sermon. Itov. Mr. Damon and wife who havo been absent from tho Islands somo time, mid Mr.N.Armstronii, tho recently appointee! Attorney General, aro expec ted hero by tho Amtralln from tho coast. " Tho Cili of AVie York arrived from tho South last jSIouuay and sailed for San .Francisco tho Bruno day about C:t5 r. M., with a f-obd number of passengers nnd a larno amount of freight. A trotting race is announced to como off at Knpi oiani l'nrk this afternoon between King "William, Dolly Vnrden. Littlu Giant and Pumpkin Seed. The raco on tholGth inst., was between tho two former. Yesterday morning Capt. D. Kahoowniwni of tho I'd l, while up in tho sail loft waiting for his men to get out a, sail, fell from' tho bench on which ho was sitting and expired about twenty minutes nftcrward. AVe aro informed, by Father T,arkin, that his pur chase of tho Armstrong premises, although nom inally tho deed was made to himself, was in fact mndo for Bishop Maigrct, to whom tho title is now transferred. Thoro will bo no music this afternoon nt'Emmn Square the band haying been ordered out to-day with tho troops to drill. An extra concert will bo given on Mondny evening, November LJth, at tho Hawaiian Uotel. The brick building on tho esplanade recently oc cupied by J. T. Ch.iylor'a blacksmith shop, has been purchased by Chinese And they havo olovated tho roof and aro now raising tho walls to mako it a full two-story building. Since Wednesday the ntmosphoro has been quite smoky nnd hazy. It is generally attributed to bo causeel by smoke from thu volcano on Hawaii, homo hither by tho wind, which has been from tho houth for several days. VfK regret to nnnonnco thi.v morning tho death of tho Hon. P. Y. Kneo, which sad event, occurred at his residence on Fort Street, last night at about 10 o'clock. The deconsed had boon in poor health for somo time previous to his death. This is tho holiday season of tho year. Tho lfUh Inst., was tho King's birthday, tho 2Slh wns Thanks giving, to-day is tlio anniversary of the rojogni tion of Hawaiian iudeiemteneo, and Christmas and Xow Year's day aro near at hand. Capt. Crane of tho schooner llalenkala, who left Hawaii on last Saturday, reports that Manna Lon on Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday nights gave evidence, of renewed activity, and that the illumi nation is now as bright as when thu eruption first commenced. A copy of an Italian nowspapor, boaring datu of September last, lias an extravagant ,nnd sweetly honeyed pnff 'for "our'illustnous friend, Slgnor 0. C. Moreno, from Dogliani." It is strange how well Moieuohas been written up of Into by tlio Journals 01 many countries. Mb. Wilijam jAnnrrT, late Chief Clork in tho of -f co ot tho Minister of Foreign Affairs died last Tuesday in Honolulu. Mr. Jarrett came to tho islands wiiu uommouore wnites in into ananas been iti tho employ of tho Government in ono or another olllce for over 82 years, tho last H5 or more being it, the Foreign Oilice, 1 Wb tins reqnesteel to state that in tho absence of tho Honorary Secretary of the lloyat Hawaiian Planters' Association, Mr. lthixles has placed his services nnd officii nt tho disposal of thu associa tion, nud h.1,1 consented to, receive nil communica tions mitt to a fiord all such information as may bu desired on tho part ot applicants. Office, Vi Kiia liutiiann street. Ts most lnrp,o cities Mlicomen, if discovered sil ling down while on duty, aro heavily fined, nnd for thu second offense lire dismissed from tho service. Inllouoluln this order of things sooms to bo re versed. Our policemen porch themselves on con venient dry-goods boxes oil tho street comers nnd htlek to them ho closely that ono would think they do not daro to leave them for fear of being fined. They nro ornamental, if not verv rueful. St. Andrew's Pro-Cathedral. Tlio llishopof Ho nolulu has given notice that ho purpocH during Advent, which begins to morrow, at tho morniuir service n courso of sermons on the Incarintion as follows t 1st Sunday, ( to-moirow) " Tho neces sity of the Incarnation." Second 8undy, " Tito Incarnation, The Hone of Mankind from tho earliest nge." Third Sunday." Jesun Christ, the Iucirnate" Hon of God, the only Saviour; of Man kind." "Fourth Snnd.i. uTulnoaruAt(oi, view ed in the uiiivcrlityof its extiusiou, and eternity of its dumtiou.n There haj bean a nilmoar of opium cason on trial in tho Police Court this Mrerk. D. 11. Orimii, who entered a nlea of not L'ulltv when tltst examined. afturwards pleaded guilty. .He wns aenteueed to aix months iinprJaojiment and to pe.y fine of $3C0 on a charge of smuggling opium, nud received the same sentence also foretelling opium. K. 0. Win ston wm sentenced In ait months imprisonment ami to pay a fine ot f.'iCJ. lioth hat u appealed their case a th Supreme Court. Mrs. Jennie O rif fin, was found not guilty nud discharged. A num ber of Chinese arrested by ollloers Wallace and Tell wero aeutenoed nn follows t Ah Kow, -M and ono month Uuprisoniaent t Ah Sam, fM and orM month imprisonment 1 Ah Wong, tSO and wt months imprisonment j Ah Chow, &0 and tUroa moBiua laiuriaottnuiui. I' -! --..; TUa, atanch on. Thursday r, n. frosa th foot of AUkaa aitMt, wm sninslafng l-UjJtblv rItp tlio Interior detnrtmnt every credit for their cndenvori to nlnto the niiiannce, but serimily consider thnt they nre netlnii In n wronc; direction. 'Dec-ijltii vnetnlili) ntul ntiiinnt refue la not n Bliltnblo foil ilntioti for nn esjilnnnde, nnd tliouali it tie. covered over n speedily ni )osiiiilo with ilry wrth, tho noxiotiH Rnscsi will lm produced nnd will ifitid Ihoir wny into tho Rurrouudini' nttnoiphere. Hul pliu retted Hydrogen is not n plenannt or henltliful element to ntwo or lunf-s, -iml in pres enco nlwnvfl provocntivo of ymolio dlKcnao. 'the refusu fiillected by tho Horml of Jlenlth c.irts RhouSit be olher'wlio rfi'i'O'eit of. Could It not bo towed out in barges nnd dUclmriicd oittaide tho reef? Two f-old-hended cnne, of Honolulu mnnnfnc lure, vtero wut on the Vllv nf A'-ie l'oik, by thn tijoplo of this city to W. 0. Donfclicf ly ntul O. I', llopiwr. tho former nn nsslatrint in tho Sun Frnn cincti 1'ost-oirico. tho littler in tho l'oot-nfllco of New York, in Rrntefitl recor-nitlon of their kimlnesq in stnmpins short-paid letteri lo tho Hr wniinn Islnnds. Tho ennes wero mndo by Mr. Jlerriclt, nnd tho etif-rnvitii- on tho henda Mat dono by Messrs. Hroglto nnd Sjienr. Tho deslpn wns n iient one nnd well executt d. On tho top of tho ono intended for Mr. )ouherty wiu eni-nived tho fol lowiiii! " W.O. Doui-herty, l!-0. From residents of Ilonoliiln, It. I." In the wood Just below thn Kohl bend wns set n tnstefnl iteRlf-it of n two cent Htniiip, U. 8 jKHtnjie. AIkivi, it were the wordd "Short I'nlil," nnd under it, " l'nid by W, C. Dougherty." A most barbarous mutilntiou of the youtiK trees in 'lliotnnV Htpmro has been recently effected un der tho idea apparently that they needed pruuini ntul triuimlni. Tlieso nro oiorntions tlmt reipiiro uoiiio know ledgo nnd jURdmcnt; tho relative sio of tho ttees. tho provnlent direction of tho wind, thn prosiicct of ftituro tilatitluj- or triuisplnntinR BhonldbotnkunintocoitiiiderntioH. In tills liutrvnen. i not only nro trees to bo trimmed, nnd the botiRhs to bo lopped hnvo been selected without tho lenst discrimination, Iml thn euttitiR hat been accomplished in tho most wnulonly careless man ner. Mnny of tho j ouiir trees nro absolutely ruin end, nnd scarcely n tieoin theSqunro isuninjureel. The method ndopted seems to Imvo been to cliop with n blunt hatchet hnlf ttiront-ti n branch, ntul A-i In Irar II o, IcnvliiR n Ioiir strip of tho trunk donnded of its linrk. To mnko mntters worso n firo for liurniiiR the brush tins been lighted insldo tho enclosure, thus precluding nny tioHsibility of veget.ition on Hie scorched ground lor somo tlmo to come. Circuit Court, Third Judicial Circuit, No vember Term, -1880. Tho business of tho Term commenced nt "Wnl mea, Hawaii, on Thursday tho 4 tli day of Novem ber, before tho Hon. A. 1 Judd, First Associato Justice of tho Supremo Court, presiding) the Hon. O. F. Hart, Circuit Judge ; Mr. Preston, prosecutor for tho Crown. Cmminat. Gasfs: llox vs. Amnna Sexunl intercourse with female under M. No nppciirnnco. Ilond forfeited S'JOO. Hex vs. Keonediu Ulterimr foiL'cd order, i'lon. guilty. Sentence, U iuotiths nt hard labor, witli 11 iluo of $1. Ilex s. Knlnaoknlmkn Housebreaking. No bill found nnd prisoner discharged. Hex vs. Siincrsun -Forgery. Defendant entered a plea of guilty. Sentence, mouths at hard labor and lino $2T. A second charge was not prosecuted. Hex vs. Kaoua Unnatural offonse. Verdict, guilty. Sentence, 10 years hard labor and llnu $fi. Hex vs. Kaikolli Selling spirituousliquorswith out liceiibo. Appealed from Police Court at Hilo. Verdict, guilty. Sentence, !ffiC3 fino and costs, which wero paid. Ilex vs. Kaunkahi Cattlo stealing. On anneal from conviction liy Circuit Judge Hart. Verdict, not guilty !! dissenting. Vickertou for defense. ltex vs Mahiki Perjury, L'nd degree. Tho jury were directed to find tho defendant not guilty nnd ho was discharged. Cecil Drown for defense. Hex vs. Koolau, Kaailau nnd Lipine Honso breaking. No bill wns tiled ngainst Lipine. Tho prisoners Koolnu nud Kaailau pleail guilty. Sen tence Koolau, 12 mouths ; Kaailau, IS months ; both at hard labor nnd costs. Hex vs. Kahuakailoa, (w) Perjury, 2nd degree. Plea, guilty. Sentence, 0 months hard labor. Jtcx vs. Jncinto Gomez Charged with malicious injury in tho first degree in firing off 11 gnu, where by a Chinaman was wounded in tho neck. The injured jior.-oii had n most marvellous escape, tho ball passing through tho neck nnd out at tho shoulder blade, passing between tho most vital parts. The jury w ero of opinion it was an accident and acquitted thu prisoner. Cecil llrown for de fense. Ilex vs. Amu Unnatural offense Unanimous verdict of guilty. Sentence, 10 years hard labor and $" fine. Holoknhlki for dofeuse, who took ex ceptions to Supreme Court. ltex vs. Kaulua Larceny in !trd degree. On np- Soal from conviction by Circuit! Judge Hurt. Ver iet, not guilty. Hickerton for defense. ltex vs. Kaumai Unnatural offense. The jury acquitted tho prisoner. Holokahiki for defense. Ilex vs. Kaanaana Subornation of perjury. No bill filed and prisoner discharged. In tho matterof J. P. Mninu, Esq., District Judge of Uamakua Complaint by Deputy Attonmy Gcneral of misconduct in ofilce. After hearing evidenco tho Court discussed the matter, lectured tho Judgo and ordored n fine of $10 inflicted by him for contempt to bo returned, and thought thnt not sufficient reasons wero shown to warrant tits dis missal ns the errors wero of ignorance and not of corruption. - The following criminal cases wero continued to next Term owing to tho ubsonco of witnesses : Hex vs. Knlua Two chargos of forgery. ltex vs. Kaluai Having opium in possession. Hex vs. Knloaa Assault with deadly weapon. A'ofe prone 7111, Hex vs. Appleton Selling liquor to natives. Ap peal withdrawn and fino paid. MuiiDEn Cases : llox vs. It. It. Lavender Manslaughter in tho 1st denreo. Tho following gentlemen wero impanelled nn n iurv : Messrs. is. C. Bond. Gleditoch, G. Holmes, J. W. ltichardson.ltcnton, Smith, Broilerick, Page, Chapin, J. .Woods, Pnty nud llicknrd. ' It. F. llickcrton and W. C. Jones dotended tho prisoner. The prisonor wns chnrged with the man slaughter of Toburnburn, a native of tho Gilbert Islands, employed ou tho sugar plantation of 11. M. Whitney at Pahala, Kim, on tho 10th day ot August Inst, on which plantation tho prisoner wns overseer. Six Gilbert Island natives employed on tho plantation wero examined aud'their testimony was substantially ns follows : On tho morning in ques tion nt nlrout I! o'clock, tho defendant went into tlio room whom tho deceased nnd n woman liv ing with him as his wife, nnd other couples, wero sleeping. Defendant pulled the covering from tho deceased and ins woman, exposing mom. uo coaHod was emaged nnd took up 11 billet of wood used ns n pillow nnd struck out, striking tho door. Prisonor luturuod and struck deceased with a stick. A struggle ensued nnd prisoner got nwny nnd re turned with n onne knife with which ho struck do censcd (with the fiat sidu) 011 tho head. Another Rtriiooln ensued and the deconsed got into the prisoner's room with tho prisoner nnd tiiey clinched together. The other niitivos interfered und sep urateel prisoner nnd deceasis!. Deceased returned to hi.i room nnd pill on his pints. Prisonor ro-. turntnt- with n gun pointed it nt deceased, who holding up both, nrms nnd uttering n ciy of fear, ruahed nt prisoner, who rotrentcd followed by du censed, unarmed. After retreating IV) or 40 yards prisoner fired nt deconsed, who received the charge in his throat nud fell mortally wounded, dying al most instantly. Tho prisoner had been uniformly kind to deceased. II. M. Whitney, examined for tho Crown, said t Prlponer wns my overseer on the 10th of August last. At G A. at. or a littlo before I started down to put Chinese to work. 1 hnd been gono about fi or 10 minutes when n Gilbert Islander came rushing to 1110 nud said there was a disturbance at the house. I caiuo hack nnd entered the houwlot nnd saw prisoner runuiuu along tho wall from native house, pursued by a South Sen Islnudcr. Saw deceased como from u native house. Prisoner and deceased nbout 3 or -t paces npart, prisoner turned, both going at full speed. Prisoner suddenly turiled nud fired nt the native, hitting him in the throat 1 deceased fell on his knees nud hands nud rolled over. I saw the wound was n bad wound nud mor tal. Tho natives collected around tho body and I oidered it to bo taken into tho house, lie wns dead. I had directed theso people where to sleep. Married jx'oplo in ono room. Tho deccnaed wn nut married nor did I know ho wns sleeping with thesa women. Thu deceused had his pints on when shot. I saw no vvcaixjn In his hand. If ho had ono 1 would not havo seen It. I wns about -Vi feet oil. After thu body was carried in 1 searched for n weapon. Did not find nny. Scnrrhod for f or 10 minutes not more than M) feet nwny from tho body nil that time. Cross exniuinedt De ceased was stout nnd young, weighed nbovo 175 pounds. -Jtad been sick two or three seeks. Ho had returned to his work. Wns n passionate man, tiiw him in a passion on 0110 or twe-occasions, Once -when paid off for duty, I deducted (2 for sickness and i'J for clothing and paid him II only, Ho kicked n dog twice 1 1 put him out. Had not been troublesome in particular. Prisoner had complained that theso natives wero very noisy, I think 1 would hnvo noticed H deceaaed'e hands wero up. My sight is defective. I saw the tunu drop. Fred Whitiiey, (son of last witness) examined In tiehilf ot ttie Crown t I saw deceased chasing prisoner, and lie then shot him. Prisoner was about 10 feet in front of deceased and (lose to tho gate, It was my gun. I use it every week. 1 had not used it Hint morning. 1 never xep it loauea. I saw prisoner load it. He asked mu, fur a car tridge and I gave it to htm n NoNl shot. He asked my mother for tho gun and alio gave it to him. I wvw the deceased coming round. I saw nothing jn his bands. I might havo seen a pocket knife. I was on the verandah. The prisoner was going to my room. Ho said Iks native .were alter blm. Don't think I lost sight of hint before be met de ceased. He half turned round and shot him. There wero several natives standing aboat. I was excited. This olop-d the ease tor tbo vt-jaecittioii. It. O. fetvrle, examined for defease, said I I wh Deputy Murut la Aaguat last. Prisoner oaaae te as aiti m14 U Ud ahot a, OilUn li.t4sr a4 tfva htrsiel ap, Itev, II. tlinghnmt Am acquainted with habita of Gllliert Islanders. Saw these natives (witnesses) on Saturday nnd spoko with thorns 'I hey nro gonernlly wlint we cull tho heathen nntlvcii--tg-norant and uneivlli-ed. It. It. Ijnvender called nnd examined on his own behalf : On tho morning of tho 10th of August I got tip ntul went to tho rooms of tho South Sen IslanilerM. I was lnte. Opened tho door nud shouled. Itrturncd to my .room nnd put on pants nnd tiootri. Went back nnd rnllediignin. Sonieof them got up. Deceased nnd wife slept next to tho door. I raised tho blanket from his head, nnd Btamped my foot nnd he raised n billet of -rotal nnd throw tt nt me with full force. 1 dodged be hind tho door nnd the billet struck the wall. Thero was n pair of crutches In my room. I took otre. Deceased followed me. Ho wns right behind nro nud hnd hold of me. I dropped thu crutch nnd tried to defend in j self, nnd to pull nwny from him. I got back Into iny own lied-ruom, nnd fofir or ftvo cr.ino nt my back and gathered hold of hie. Somo of them struck mo under tho nrm i in consequence lost n few days work. 1 got Idose, went to thu homo end asked Mrs. Whitney for something to defend mjseK with t asked for a gun, I ahoiight they would kill me. It ts not truo thnt I took n enno knife. 1 had 110 lint or coat, t went buck to get rendy to go to work. 1 looked into my bed room lo (too if deceased was thero j ho wns not. Saw n unlive standing nnd ordered him lo go to work. Decensed wns nenr thn steps (of his room) nud running towards mo with n jack knife in Ids hand. I ran round tho roso bushes i ho wns closo to me. I turned nml shot him. ltan 'JO or no stepH lieforo I fired. I saw him run down step nnd saw knife in his hand. Ho wns so closo I hnd to firefo save myself. Tho evening lsfore, nfter supper, I cnlled them nil in to mark days work. All went out of my room except decensed. I, was sitting down by tho tnblo smoking.- lie was angry and mado motions, ns if hu would not go. He took his knife out nnd said liy motions thnt ho would cut mo open. I did not pull blanket off his body. I thought ho wns going to murder me. Cross ox nmiuedt Havotierniti employ ot Mr. Whitney it little over six months. Have boen lu them Inlands ono venr Inst September. Am not ih the hnbit of lulling with theso Gilbert Islanders, I was nfrnid thoy wero 1 oming to Whitney's homo. I doti't know that I naked for cnrlrlifgc.. I went back lo gel my lint nnd cont, nnd go to my work, lwna prepared to defend niynrdf if ho attacked me. J did not get my coat nnd lint. 1 In was tint in my bed loom. I got ns fur nn llooby (onn of the nn tivcji) nud then 1 saw tho decensed coming down the steps. No knl fo found. !Looked for itailornn t'uios. The women enmo to deceased, nnd ono of them put his head in her Inn. I wns coot. I did not think of sending for Mr. Whitney, Mr, llickcrton, addressed tlio jury, urging thnt the Gilbert Island natives worn not to bo bvliovcd nnd thnt tho prisonor stiot tho deceased? being un der n well grounded fear for his own life nud thnt therefore tho shooting wns justifiable. Mr.,Preston, in reply, contended thai even set ting nsldo tho evidenco of tho Gilbert Islnndern tho . prisoner should lie convicted. When ho got to Whitney's houso ho wns snfo nud tho fnct of Ills obtaining tho guiu landing it ntul 'going back to his room an ho said to get hla cont and hat, nud, uot seeinir tlio deceased, then aoilti with the load ed gun to tho natives' qunrters, showed n disposi tion to seek for nn opportunity to can so n disturb ance and bo revenged upon tho deceased. Ho should havo sent fur his employer, ntld should nlso hnvo informed him of the nllcgiMhreiita on tlio previous evening. Thero conld be no justification. The presiding Judge summed up thu case to tho jury nnd directed them Hint to jnatlfy the killing of tho doceased, they must !h satisfied thnt Ihu prisoner did it to nave Ids own life ; Hint tho poril must be imminent, such thnt n mnn of ordinary intellect would rccogni70 such nH tho jury them koIvch would recognize, nnd thnt mere apprehension of future trouble wns not enough ; thnt it wns for them to consider in this respect, whether it wns proved to their satisfaction that tho decensed hnd n knife in his bunds. It would not bu sulllcicut if thu prisoner thought himself that his lifo wns in danger. There must havo been such circumstances) ns would convince n man of ordinary intelligence nnd nervo thnt ho wns in peril nnd thnt there wns no cRcnpo from it. Wo owo n duty to tho pooplo of nil rnces who aro in our midst'aud whom wo nro inviting from nil pirts of tho world. We must do justice to them. Wo aro not snfo unless w 0 do so. If our labor sj stem cannot bo supported without shooting people it bad better be given up. Tho jury retired and after being nbsent for nliout two hours returned n unanimous verdict of "Guilty of Manslaughter in tho Third Degree." 1110 prisoner was sentenced to lour years im prisonment nt hard labor. The " China Mail" on the Subsidy Question. Tho Orei fninl Trade Jtejnrt nnd tho China Mail, two newspapers published in Hongkong hnvo found mntter to comment upon, ill tho pussngo of the Hill known ns tho China Merrchnnts' Subsidy Hill. Tho Adrtrllttrn' report of the debate on that subject, is reproduced by tho JfniV, but not in full, it having evidently been supplied by nn inlttettnl party, who saw fit to ernso facts thnt might provo detrimental to his interests. It is hendod " Sucgkhs or Mb. Moueno. " Tho following is his own statement of Hie steps betook: On tho JHth of December 1871), I presented 11 memorial to tho King und Cabinet Ministers. On thoSth January, 1 reoeived an nnswor ofllolnlly granting to the China lino nil tho privileges of wnter, wharfage, hind lots for coal, machinery nnd for any steamers, or ships connected with tho China line, Ac, Ac. On the ,'IOtli of Mny, the King sent n ltoynt messsngo to Parliament fo-- the pur pose of bringing before tho House my memorial. This was accordingly done, but its prayer wuu re fused. I did not intend to bo defented, however ; nud on the 27th of July, I cnused a motion to bo made for consideration of tho memorial again, when tho voto was recorded. thus: In favor 17: against it 17. Then tho president gnve his' cast ing vote with tho noes, and I wan defeated again. I was not going to give wny now, so, on tho 2Sth of July, n motion wan mndo for tho reconsideration of tlio previous day's decision, with the result thnt there wore IB nyes nnd 18 noeS,a tie again. An ad journment then took place, until the afternoon ; mcnnwhilo I worked with the Minister of Finance, II. TZ. Simon Knni nnd other members. At tl o'olock tho China line Subsidy again came op, nnd, nftor n long debate, n vote wns taken nnd resulted in 241 nyes and 1G noes. Then the nominal' vote wns taken by the Secretary of the House, which was done by calling each member by name, and thn re sult was ajes 25 "and noes II. Tho China lino $2t,CC) Subsidy Bill (biennial) passed third reading, wns ordered to be eugrossed and presented for tho King's signature, and His Mnlcsty signed it ntfivo o'clock thu same afternoon. Thin has 1m cit n clone-contested victory, nud cannot fail to be tlucthe of yitat benefit both (0 China afvi the lla iixi'im Julamlt by thu opening of commercial inter course between thera: whiUt It wilt nlso onhuiico tho prettlge of the China lino of i.enmers. The Italics in tho concluding pnrngraph nro ours. We challenge Mr. Moreno or tho sup porters of the Bill to prove thnt it lens bean or over will Im prwlitctiu if great benefit to tho llnwuilnn Islands. Tho means by which tho object was ob tained, and which tho CAfii'i Mall mildly stlg matiOH ns a 'I somewhat uuoHual proceeding," wuh commented unon bv the Commercial Aileertiier tit tho llriio, when that journal was in thu hands of nu untrammelled proprietary thus: "If half what report sajHlx) true, tho proceedings outsido tho Lcgislnture thnt nffectod tho decided change in tho voto of tho preceding dny nro a illnflraee to tho concerned, ami deep in priqrirllon'to their iteration." In short, " lobbying " hadbeeu put into prnctico by certain adepts in tlio bdsiliesn. In referring to tho matter ns it nffecta tho Brit ish Colony of Hongkong tho LVifwi Mall sayai A perusal of the arguments for nnd nguinst this measure forcibly recalls to mind the action ot thn Hongkong Government ngainst the Honolulu trade, nud suggests gome interesting reflections. Wo hnvo already given our opinion upon the ill-advised policy which drove the trade between Honolulu nnd this port to Canton and it la now apparent that tho Chinese havo been benefitted by the action referred to, Had Hongkong not been shut out from this branch ot commerce, there is every reason to sup ixwo that the Chinese line would never hnvo receiv ed tho support tt has now obtained from tho Iln wnlinu Legislature. Sir John Hennessy lias thus had the satisfaction of nluying into the hnnda of the Chinese Company at thu expense of Hongkong merchants, Isith foreign and native. With a reg ular lino onco cstabliilied between Canton and Honolulu, tho wholo of the trade which was for merly in tho hands of tho merchants of this 'Col ony, nnd which was carried in foreign vesaelav will now find its way by the route opened by tliet'hi neso Company. It may be well to explain hero that owing to the intercession of tho Chinese Au thorities with Uie Government of Hongkong, un limited emhrration from tho Colour was virtually stopped 10 years ago, arising from thu reports of tho Commission appointed to look Into anVl mako known tho statu of affairs in Cuba nnd Havana, where Chinese liave been carried tiy thousands, and where they were, according to the (Joiamls sioners' report, treated raoro like slaves than labor ers. Thu Chinesu now finiliug that Hawaii is a, profitable place wbethor to emigrate, sead their subjects here as fast as they can pour them in, nn Eromoto the success of their piotey the O.M.H. N. ompnny, which Is a Government uiouepoly in Chi na, und also to try and wrest somo of the carrying trade from "orelgu hands. Tho taw for bidding emigration from China has iii-r been re pealed, but it has long been regarded ai a dead letter, and it Is about time it wm struck o tho statute boook. It is rather a strange coincidence that at the mo ment that China bai thuasanctlui-wlisuigrntlon. nnd is taking steps to vroiuote it, the United States Government have despatched ooiumiaaioiierM to reiun vo negotiate arefiaton 01 the treaty, tor the express parptaw ot restrictlnj- Uie.iulx oj Chi nese into America. The young nnd growing lte jiublio is becoming alarmed nt'whatll coruilders the sadden a&A sUetit aggressive () of tits old As latio Empire, In this connection it behoves as to point out what aeeras to many a pnrndox. A vaAaei from Hongkong never brings more than W Chlwe-e-, thn recent arrival, .uAn M, C'srV for iHwnee, where as a vessel from Wliainpoa, which is a Chinese port, is allowed to carry - many aa yniniMs-- It is tuua. that thsC'klfleee succeed ill eimiwventiug abler diptoroalUtU than mt John 'Pope fUtiaeujr eaa etaia to be. We aave few rct-narks to olcr ob aba aoauUtiva Mains of Chinese in Hawaii I MH lUwajtoM Mid ohs-tagiKts i Cblaie. U'