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ii'f on r.i . At ui'ir ti. twi.
We Arc pi"edto note Ihat th Improvement In Inula
War- r lilnr of permanency and Ihnt (h're If In
1 1 pi lire a general linking op In htttlnet elrel"
'Hi" r !B I'l'T of New Voik arrived from Ban I'mn
(iKO the 8th lnt bringing a good cargo of frelfM
f If'Mi'jIaln firms and carrying a small cargo to the
.W-ilci Thin It the first tlm for month that the
r ,"ilnr steamers from San Pranrl-eo have carried
t-t Ighl for (his port, usually slopping only long enough
t land mill and pawengcrs.
The export for the week havivbecti large and varied.
Tha cargo of the Lady Lampson for the Coast, valned
at 17,101 Id, via the largest. Bnirar formed the moil
Important factor among the export, the total amount
carried hy different vreli being 2,l,'.Wi lb. Mini
res, bananas, wool, hides and goit skins (5.(07 of the
litter) also flgnrrel largely among the articles exported.
In addition (o the above ti conslderablij riiiaiitlty of pnlu
war shipped lotheC donles The total value of all ex
ports slnco nur last issue amounts to JI8VM 85,
The Imports arc two large cargoes of assorted mer
chandise from San Francisco by the Clly of New York
and the barkcntlne KnrcVa, ",ZW packages of mer
chandise for Chinese firms by the Hanimonla from
Hongkong, and n csrgonf Inmbor from Port Townscnd
br the bark Hnrna Vlst.i,
Tho Kllaarilved yesterday afternoon wllh her usual
cargo of assorted merchindlra from Han Francisco,
rallied at m
The Consneln to Kahnlul from Han Francisco carried
n yrtf valnablo cargo of miscellaneous produce and
jmcrrhandlie. Tallied, It Is repotted, at JW,T8.
Advices by the City of New York from San Fran,
clsci Indicate a decline In sugar from the firm stand lt
held a short tlmo slnco after a steady rle, due. Ills
maintained, to tho condition of the Kastern market.
Coffee, nhlle It shorts no change In quotations U ro
ported In belter condition. Island rlco also remains"
the same as at last quotations. Our former remarks re
laltvc to the china No, 1. rlco rating above ours In price
still holds good. Hides are reported active, at figures
quoted at Pixels for dry and 9Vi to lOcts for salted,
(sat skins sound ,rfti'?!4 els per lb. whllo poor skins
arc very dnll. Tallow Is also active and quotable at (1!S
cts per in. me wool market Is Inactive, quotaliens
ranging from IS to S7 up to iXs&TI for fancy
fnltr Island trade Is also picking up and local
steamers rarry good lists of passengers on each trip to
nnd from Honolulu.
At the underwriters' sale of sugars on Monday last at
the auction room of K. p. Jdame, Iho prices realised
were very satisfactory. 3J bags light sugar brlnglnij
7',' cts and the balance, JOT bags dark, ranging from 5
toloCcts. All the above, wlln tho exception of 7
bags were purchased for export,
At the assignees' sale of cloths, casslmcrea etc, on
Thursday, at the same place, tho attendants was largo
nnd prices realised were considered very satisfactory.
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Ang 6 Am bktne L'urclen, Emerson, IBdays f m S F
Htm Kllauea Hon, from Kahulul
Htm Jloknlll, from Knelnti
Htm C It lllsliop, fm Kona, Kau and Maul
Hch I.tikn, Irom Kulniln
7 Am bktne Kllkllnt, lloblnson,20days fm I'O
Htm l.lkcllke, from Hawaii and .Maul
Htm .fas Makce, from Kauai
ft-P.Mbri Clly nf New York, Cobb, from H F
9-Ucr bk Haminoiila, Wilier, 31 days from
Am bk llucm Vista, Calhoun, 30'days from
-Hch l'rlnco, from Nanlllnlll
Htm i.ehua. from liana and Molokul
..,'"' .'""I"'", from .Maulata, Kima aud Kau
JU-Hch Cntcrlna, from Kauai
Hch .Mnrlnn, from Kiiknlhaele
2c1.' -j;ij"f'lnl. from llnnamaulii
Hch Unloll, from Paniihiiu
Sch .Malolo, from Illlo
. ?eh Wnllelir, from Mallko
IS-Am bktno 1211a, Drown, 17 days from S. Fran
cisco, 1.1-Stmr Kllauea Hon, Sears, from Kahulul.
Aug G-(ler SH Hrsperln, Peterson, for Hongkong
Mow bk Itnlnkniin. Jenks. f or San Francisco
-.M. I, I a1 . .... t ..
.-..-. ,, ni,,, ,,, Jlll.tttlJJU
Sell ary Jl Foster, for I'liiioluu
MS, ,'"' icw 1(.'rk' u"11'' " Sydney
i's81'7T:l"w!"". """"i fr Han F via Hiio
Htm Kllaurn Hon, for Kahnlul
U Htm l.lkellkc, for mjiiI ami Hawaii
Sim C lllshup, for Knual
10 -Am srh Anna, ucl'ulloch, for 8 F
Am bk Cheshire, llacliildcr, for Manila
Htm .las Maker, for Kauol
11 Ilrit bk Lady Lampon. siarstmi, for S V
Htm l.ehna, for Hiiua anil sioloknl
-JJlp'wslunl. for M.ialaea, Kona nnd Kau
Hch l'rlnco. for l'uiiuliiu
Sch Mann, fur Ke-okc?
Wali'liu, fur Moloau
Hell Ullau.u, for Kohala
Sell Pauahl, for Honokaa
Vomola In Port.
ltrlt bgtno Surprise. Jackson
Am bktne Hiircka, l'meraou
Am bklne. Kllkltit, Jtiiblnson
tlor bk llimmonla, Wollor
Am bk Uiiena Vista, Calhoun
Haw sen Jciiula Walker, Knacko
VoaaoU Expected nt Honolulu, from ForoiRn
Ilrlt ship pitjr of Bombay, Lowell, Olasgow, duo August
,. t. ,i0-"( W .Macfarlanu .t Co, Agents
llrlt bk Htillolk, llyfonl, London, duo AugSMO, 0 Drew
rr .fc Co, Agents
Ilrlt bk Ubcron, Harvey, Liverpool, duo Sept 25-10.
T II l)ti les. Agent,
llrlt bk (llengaber, .McOlieu, Liverpool, due Sept t-5
I T Uaterhouse. Agent,
Haw bk lolaiil, tiarrels, llromen, due, Oct. 25-.' Hacl:-
feld .t Co.Agcnts
llrlt bk lllrcliflrovo, Fr.inrls, Newcastle, load'g JnnolB
Wilder X Co. Agents
Am bk IVrrla S Thompson, Potter, New York, iluu Oct
'"IJtustleA Cooke, Agents
Am bk Ceylon, llallett. lloston, duo Oct 6-10 O.
llruw er .t Co, Agents
"r"1'.'"01',1 V'"derer. Tahiti, duo
llrlt ship sir Lancdotle, lllasgow, loading July 7,
II. W. Jlacrarlnno .t Co, Asenis.
Am bk Carbarleii, Hopkins, New York, duo Oct !-3n.
Castle .t Cooke, Agents
Our bk Adonis, liraiicu. lo sail In Julv. II. Ilni-k.
reid A, Co, Agents.
Am bgtiio Conjuolu, Howard. San 1'ranclsco, for
Kahulul, , U, Irwin A Co Ageuls.
Am bkliieKiito Sudden, llatca. Pott l)Isiocry for Ka-
How Sell Kalinin, Klbllng, from cruise, duo Aug 10-15.
A. F. Cooke, Awnt '
Am bktne Discovery l'mlman, Han Francisco, duo
a, iSffi,"' Hackreld .t Co, Agcnta
1 ,',.,","A1".1r,.1',r,''clunn' 'Sa" Francisco, duo Aug
SV.HI, Castle i Cooke, Agents h
Am sch II : Meyer, Howe, San Francisco, due Sept.
, , ,' H Hrcwt-r A, Co, Agents '
Am bk Lamdeii, Hn anion, l'rot Uatuhlc, duo Aug ll.'M.
II. llackfeld & Co, Agents '
Am bis llalnlcr, Wiiln, Port (Iambic, duo Aug 15-so,
II llackfeld .V Co, Agents
Am bk Kmerald, Lord, P.ri (lamble, loading July .11,
,. II. llackfeld .t Co, Avjenls '
I,ltbi..,ii.ei,;rl,t,'f"",r,.?,!n.IEI,,"'N' H- wm loading
July 11, Wilder A Co, Ageuls
"Kabul"! Mlm'ckt1' Uu"'. I'ort Ulscou-ry, for
Am bk .Mpnlana. , Departure Hay. duo Aug su-13,
. . U.JIrew.-r .t Co. Agents '
:. ? !m ,"S',ut' X1,ikl""K. I''t lilakoly, duo
i . f ! I'1 :lu' xllc" ltobliisun. Agents
Am bUue J. A i;ijlklnburg, Hubbard, San Francisco,
duo Aug 25-.-10, C'astlo A. Cooke, Ageuls
" H,;.",!,l.1'-.f.'',1,lw."1 yS-Ifii.rr, Sn J-ionclsco, duo
i. "1"' w:-.Itln i. Agents
1,i,,UchklVlVcofAg.i)C"'l'Un'' U"U A"E ra' "
' j1,h.:.!J :,zr,ulr.",r.";j:.,,?'lt . r"'cico, dU,
-vl' "I " awiMiriU v uu, Ai;ciHs
Iho 1 . SI, S, 8. Clly (if New YorK. 3,ftW tons. Win. 11
Cobb, Commander, sailed from San Francisco July aist
ut ar.s, .l.chared Pilot at 8iS0 1: x. Arrived at Ho.
iiolulu August dtli. at I a, .
First day after departure from San Francisco cxper
leuced bcavv sea and swell from the NNWj remainder
of passage line weather and smooth sea, '
Aujust, OlU" A W Hok'an a coal passer, died from
appoplcxy, burled at sea the follow lug day at 7 a.x.
Ileportof Am bktuo liureka, Kmerson, master, from
?A'!s. h,u.c,Ch' t,twn dlJfu I,u,1,?- -Ught winds and
calH; the enllw passage, haWug thirteen passengerJSin
bojid. Passengers and en w all well. Lue itock'on
deck. JmlysltU,ltS7arStMoiil.li' ; passed a
large four-mastM .hip bound to the N W. August W
passed barkentlne In lot 1 tl', bound lo thu west.
mctuhu, u, o.
Arrive.! July 13th, II II M SThslls, Stenhcns. heuco
June '.'1 ; July l'Jlh, llrlt bk Zoe, Campbell, hence June
:V,,ic J,!!'.,8,.h- AnI l,V lUlnler, WuliT. heuco Juno
'?.Jylt.5:lT, Am sch American (llrl, llackus, from
AuUedMaySlst, Hrt bk ltoyal Tar, Oravci, heme
ArrliedJuly a)th. Am seti Itosarlo, Knlfl.XI dayi
from KoUuul. Maul i JulySJ.t, Am bktnu J A Foikln-
lrwlu, llouglass, heuco July lltb.
Artlvcd JnlyWth' Am bk Martha Ktdeoul, AVIck
berg, heuco July eih, '
May 16th. Ut l ! Ion I w, llrlt ship Clly of
llombay, Lowell, from (llascow, bound lo Honolulu.
June ldlh. lot I IV0 Un til8 w, llrlt bk Uocson,
Hoitry, from Liverpool lo Honolulu,
The Hrlllsli steam yacht Lauctshlro Witch, which
maiiyut our readirs will rrmvuiber, tlslti-vlour poit a
few months since, Is liuw lu Loudon, up fur sale.
The Am whaling baik Thomas Pope. Capt Millard,
which we repoikd In our last, having oirlved In San
Francisco from Iho Arctic, has discharge! her cargo of
oil olid bono, filled oud sailed again July VItu, fur
the Arctic, white wehoposbeulll til) upalu. This
we think Is the tlrsl Instance on record whTroanhalvr
basguue Noith.twlco the same tiasou.
The 1 1 8 S CUy of New York artlvcd at her fiock
early last Muuday morning, In command of Capt Cobb,
Iter old aud favorite coiuuiauder. We noticed amoug
the patssugvrs a uuinber o( uld kamaalnas.
The bktne Eureka arrived from Sau 1'rsucluo lati
Saturday vreHlug In coiuniAnd of Ospt Kuortoo, frr
msrlj of the bktne Monitor, Capt Nordburg. her former.
Captalu came dowu aspaienscr and Intends lo le "on
(u"lulke lutute. The Kuieka dockedut the t'a
linn'- npp ' i'ip C i in Ho - e wh rrt she Is now
Ji-iMj hit Si' v IIj return to Hin Francisco In a few
Th Am bktne ,f A Fall'nbnnr. Hnbbard.and tire Am
bgtii" W f Imln Ilnogla, bfith of which left here, Inly
11th, arrlvd at Nan Francisco together .Inly 81st,
The (Jerbk Hammnnl Is at the old sleamsliln dock
discharging a conroof Chinese goods. She will return
m iio-ii nitutt nooui .Monnar next
The Iluena Vi'ta and Klikltal are at the Kplansde
dl-eh irilng Ihrir cargoes o Inmber, the Intter reinrns
Inilief-ound alrout the latter part of ne-1 we-k in bal
The Haw sch Jenny Walker sails for Fannlng's Is
early next week
Another steamer has been chartered In China to
bring mors celestials to this port.
TheL'SS Lackawanna sailed last Monday for San
Francisco la Hllo.
From Fannlng's Is, per Jenny Walker, Aug S tl tons
cobra, i cords wood.
From San Francisco, per EnreKa, Aug Blh W II
Holmes, l) pkgs d goods, groe ami etc; Jt vclnerny, -i34
,.1.1. .l,-..., I-.., ....,., f I...L.. II..I.I.M I. -a
5 pkg d roods: V O Ilcrger, 4 pkg furniture; K Morse, 3
ra tobacco; llackfeld .C Co, 21 pkgs mateilal (light
house), 'ill ska gr barley, 1 platu boiler Iron, 21 tubes, 0
pkg Iron, issks wheat, iocs bread; It itrleve, lbbl Ink;
II ay .t Co, 51 pkg end good, Iftltikg groe, Order, s
pkgs saws; ft West, 8 ci paint; J T Walethouse, M pkg
u goous, i pKg groe, I rs n ware, i cs runner goons, a cs
saddlery, 'J' sks flouri T II Davles, M skg sand, 1 sheet
Iron. 1 nkc collars, 3 bx snlkesi S uncnln. 7 tiki's dry
poods; F A HchaclTcr A Ci, gUpligpapcr and Ink; T fi
Thrum, 1 1 pkg paper; Holies .4 Co. lOObbls lime, SDkg
butter; tl jxaefnrlane X Co, 23 ', bbla whiskey, 11 eases
whlskev: Mrs Whlteomb. 1 cs mllllncrv: W II Wllkcn-.
son, Vrs fancy goods; E F Adams, tf pkg furniture, it
cs ii goMis; j, rircnvicu ,v cii. iro pag rriiu nno veci:
Holies A. Co, l) pkg groe; A Hush, I.'s) 'J sks flour, 311
pkg croc; jtacfarlanc .C Co, 65 pkg liquors, m Mclnerny,
o cs nais, cs uwiis: uruer,ics uoiiies; scinn nros,
17 pkg drugs; C A Cartlcr, I express; ,1 Palmer, S3 pkc
drugs; A Jeager, I cs guns; C Wolfe, IfiO sk bran anil
oats, 20 sks potatoes ; T.alno it Co. VUUsks oall; II Nar
hiirL. IPOnkp notatoes anil onions. 1 btierrv: Allen fc
Iioblnsnn, 13 pkg d'Mirs nnd blinds, l.X pols; Wilder
a: Co, a pug minus, iiipkgeictntor, usikg nans, ni cs
amonla. 1IM) Posts. Iisim sblneles. tl bales hav. -I'J sks
oats; A Smith, 1 les machines; llolllstir A Co, lOrnrb
acids; lrwlu A. Co, 01 sks potatoes. 1 bull; Hall .t Hon,
31 cs powdf r, 18 pkg stoves, 2 pkgd goods, 1 cs shellac,
10 pkg saddlery, 3.1 pkg h ware; T Thrum, 2cs books;
Lew its Cooke, fi pkg h ware; Castle A Cooke, 31 pkg
b ware: Hoard 1. duration, 2 cs books; Haw Tell Co.lJ
pkg material; u ll Jiidd, ti sks rem, r,i naies nay
L.i.i.-,,. a, (. .. .i.rrls: FOIade. II niir fsirisl-
turc; J Notl.v, Co, U'J pkg iron, to burn Iron, 18 stoves.
u cs canu gonus, i cs u go.igs: r a rcnaeiier r of i-,-i
pkg b ware. 77 pc plank; (IWells. I pkg moulding; J I
Dowsett, I'M rks feed, IW) bales hay, Jl h slock. 3 dor.
fowls, and W t) Irwin. Mr N Wnfprlinrfvn. A 1. Mrnlll,
J II Paly, J Tlbbltts, T II Davles, each 1 pkg mdee. 70
I' K ""v , Ulllll,,, Ullil.i
From Port Townsend, per lluena Vlsla, Aug 10
iuj,.n it iiiiiiiier. coio pichits, iai m iaius,vj m ruin
gles.W idles to llackfeld A Co.
From Port Townsend, per Kllkltat, Ang 8-Mn,rr;8 ft
liimbtr, lOUm shingles, turn Inlhs to Haekfeld A. Co.
I rem Hall Francisco, per City of New York, Aug 8
C IJ llenrcn, iocs eggs; Holllsler A Co, II pkgs drngs,
ji pig louncco: ii .May x uo, a iKgs uuuer; .M ,J ltoe,
H cs saddlerv: Haw Hell Tel Co. (V. brtls irnlv Wire! 1' T
Lcnehan .t Co, (V) sks potatoes; Dllllnghiim A. Co, 1 ck
plated ware, 21 pkgs Ironware; 15 O Itisll A Hon, 11 pkg
widillcry; II STregloan, 1 Jikg silks; Jincfarlane A Co,
15 kgs beer l pkgs fruit; A A aontano, 1 cs goods; II 1
Khlcra A C,i. I cs d goods; Hcynolds A Illack, 1 c
cigars: Holllsler A Co, 3 cs cigars, 1 hx cards; (1 jN
llcox, 0 pkgs seeds, 1 cs saddles; Castlo A Cooke, 22
cs sewing inachlms; J CUIndc, 7 jikgs groceries; .1 T
wulcrliouse, 71 tikes il goods; i: r Adams, Zri pkgs
egcti.blcs and fruit: H Carter, 1 cht oysters; Mrs Dolul
iils,2cs wlne;T II Ihvle,2lcs liquor; M Sdrlubaum,
1 cs plates; lllsliop A Co, 12 bx treasure : J flllbertson,
(I O Potter, L () Young, O O Merger, F II Cooper, S (1
Wilder, A Shepnard, II stay A Co, O llrewer A Co, N 11
I5merson, 15 Ilailcy each 1 package nnd 107 pkgs mdsc
to Chinese firms.
From Hongkong, per Hainmonla, Aug 10 52.T) pkgs
Chinese mdso to various Chinese firms.
Tor San Francisco. pcr"Knlakau'i,
sugar, rj,iiW) ios tinnw, iiasjiuues.
3(17 pes goat skins, pis) pes sheep sklin, M.iHI lbs wool,
M buchs bananas. Value For. SM): V.ilue Trans. 32,
1ST; Vnlue Horn, $ll,bfli.tH.
For Hongkong, per Hesperla, Aug 8 1,100 lbs fungus.
Valuo For. SI,St); Vnluo Horn, S'S).
Fur Auckland A Sydney, per City of New York, Ang
810,051 lbs iiulu. 20 bills sugar cane, 0 bx personal
cliVcls. Vnl Foreign, $10; Val Domestic, $i,lW,87.
For Manila, per Cheshire, Aug!) In llallast.
For Han Francisco, per Anna, Arii 10 710,703 lbs su
gar, 327 hides, Oibnchs bananas. Value Dam, $10,771.1')-
For Snn Francisco, per Lady Lampson, Aug 11 l.OIV
270lbi sugar, r.,lil pes goat skins, HiO.Buil lbs rice, 1,1,00
hides, 3 cs curios. Value For, SltsJ; Valuo Dom, $87,
For San Francisco, per Kale, Aug I W Hcnlcko and
From San Francisco, per City of New- York, Aug 8
Mrs J P Cooke, Mr Schncllcr and wife, W A P llrewer
and wlfn. Miss Itlchardson, F.dwln Harris, M II llallcn
beck, V Hnughwaut, II II Williams, II F Poor, O A
Ilrnun, MlrnSeerance, Miss Carko, C C Perklna, N
Wilcox, 15 II Marshal, Miss J Deacon, WT May, Cnpt
11 F Whitney, 15 1'Mnble, W A How en, It C (loodwin,
Mrs A llhickburn, Capt Ahlbnrn, Mr Illchter. Mr II
Illomenscbiielder nnd wife. Dr J Molt Smith, W J Law
lor, Mr J C (Hade, wlfo nnd 2 children, Miss Weber, Mr
J 1) Spreckcls nnd wife, John Illody, It T Kirk and
wife. O W Coffee, A C Sanderojii, IlV Kirk ami wife,
J J Oreen. Mrs 15 Hcnolelt, F J Doyle, I) 15 Vcrmon, 11
Hlnoler, J It Miller. (1 W CoflVy.T II Uradc, J Dreecoll,
II Mullcr and S Chinese.
From Windward Ports, per l.lkcllke. Ang7ih Hon
S (1 Wilder, Hon A S Cleghorn, flnv P Kouna. C Carter.
Miss Dickson. Miss P .liidd, I) Klnimnka, Miss It A
Swnln,.! M Ltdgatc. CI Aknmu. Ahaim, .1 Donnelly. -Mr.
llranen, I) K F) fe, A S Hartwell, Akl, K W Darnard, L
Clioug, II Coruwcll, A Allnnljce.
For Auckland and Sydney, per Clly of New York, Ang
Blh-S btalus, W I) Fowler, A U JlcCnusland and 58 In
For Itoynl Koads, per Henry Iluck, Aug 3 r Willis,
From Fannlng's Is, per Jenny Walker, Aug 5 Oco
For San Francisco, per Kalakaua, AuglJ Mrs llalley
id Child. 2 Misses Ilnllevs. l'rnf ltosater. Mr Hull, wife
and child, l'.lono, 1' (irannls, Mrs Plukham and 3
For Holirrkouc. ncr Hesnerla. Aup fi 251 Clilni-iip
men women nnd children.
From Sau Francisco, per I5urckn. Aug 815 I Nord
burg, II Netter.Mrs Smith, Porter Ford, Geo Cniter, T
Hoblnson, A Wenner, KMejers, C Orcenlleld, J Han
son, ii Noble, S A Wuterbury.
For Windward Porte, per l.lkcllke, Aug Dili Mrs J 1
Dowsett and 2daughlcrs, Hon D Kaln.niianil2seranls,
J F llackfeld. U llosse. Dr F.merrnn, WFAllrewrr
anil w lie, i-i iiTiiomas, .MrJordin, Miss Deacon, Miss
Chamberlain, Mr Kennedy, Mr Shaw, Miss Knight. T
It Walker, Mrs T N Walker, child and servant. S 31 Da
mon, It Sterlliig. W .1 Forbes, Airs S Olson, Miss
Andrews, Mlis K Way, A A Monlnno, J Nott and wile,
OAfong.ChunTong, J M I.ldgatc. 15 TMable, Uco VV
Pascoc, J N Morrill, W N Castlo, II II Parker, John 11
Harrison wife and .1 children, Fred Walethouse, John
Hind, Mr Pnrils, Mr Sanderson, Mr Williams. Mrs Jnn
Wilder, Mrs Cleghorn, Opla, Ako, Asanl, It Ithodus, Mr
For San Francisco, per Anno, Aug 10 t) Pnrkrautx,
MisslUakow. J Ilalph. W U Pooic, J Mitchell. Peter
Johnston, V IIarbout,L Dickey, C llurko.
For San Francisco, per Lady Lampson, Aug 11 Oeo
From Sun Francisco, per 1511a, Aug 12 Mrs S Dnlln,
Max Cohen, K Klstler, J Tucker, II It Kaliananul, John
In this city, Aug. 3rd, to the v
No. S Kmina Square, a daughter,
wlfo uf C, Kaanagh,
lIINMAN-COLI5MAN-On boatd tho U. S. S. Lack
awuuiia. em Hid blh limt,, by the Itlght Itcv, lllsliop of
Honolulu, assisted by tho ltov. T.lllackluni. il. A.,
T. II. IIimjax, Kaq. Paymaster U. 8, N., to Miss
Moi.uk Col KM K.
HHOWN.- In Honolulu, on tho Oth Aug, 1SSI, Mrs.
Jank S, Hiiown, wife of Capt, Juo. II. llruwn, aged 48
CUOCKHIl-In New London, July 1 lib, lb8, Cather
ine, wblow of tho later James Crocker, and siller of
Mrs, J. m. Oat, of this city, ued Ti) years and 3 iiiuntha.
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Lu, Satuiiiut PiiEsa
AUGUST 13, 1881.
Tin: latest accounts of tho Prcsiiletil'g health
iniibt bo coustelorcel na favorable, not with
atnmliti); Iho backward tendency roporled on
tho 23rel July; on the 30(li, Dr. Itayburn ro
orta that " tho PiCbhleiit is elcciilcdly bettor
this moi iiiii than at any tlmo ainco ho waB
shot," (loncral Rarfiohl liimsolf s.iyd tho
oatno, and ho luiuatled, whou Iho hands of tho
clock reached tho hour which recorded four
complete wuokn from tho uttvtnpt o his life,
"Well it's exactly four weeks since I was
shot;" ho also said that ho felt much better
and stroiujar than at any timo slnco tho at
tempt on his life. As to tho President wo can
only wish him a lout; life, enjoyable to himself
and serviceable to Iho great nation which has
duly elected him as Chief Magistrate..
Tho .issassiu Is confined in tho U, S. Jail, ut
WashinRtcti, ond tho District Attorney writes
to tho Warden that tho ptisouer is to bo con
fined to n certain part of the jail, " for future
action by tho authorities' aud where Iheto are
no other prisoners nor any possibility of ci
enpe, nnd " that he bo not permitted to hold
any conversation with any of tho guards, nnd
thai ho bo rigorously excluded from receiving
or Betiding any communication except thoso
delivered by mo or received by my direction."
Tup. Hawaiian Islandi just nt present Bccm
to be engaging their full shaio of attention in
Kuropo and Amorica. Much of this is duo to
Iho KingB tour nbroad, nnd though many
ridiculous thingo havo been written concern
ing His Majesty and his Kingdom, yet this
will nil in tho end redound to tho benefit of
the islands. What wo most desiro and rcquiro
is thorough advertising abroad, that tho pos
sibilities and capabilities of tho country may
becomo known. And much that wo havo
read lately in foreign newspapers Bhowu that
tho world needs enlightenment respecting this
If much Is written about tho islands atten
tion will bo directed to them, nnd this will bo
followed by investigation nnd consequent
enlightenment, nnd wo will reap tho benefit.
Tho repot I of the King's visit to Ktiropo nnd
Amcricn being for tho purposes of selling tho
country to tho highest bidder originated in
tho fcrtilo brain of somo sensational journalist
in California, nnd though it may place us in n
wrong light for n. time, yet when it is seen that
tho project is only another " South Sen bub
blo " burst, wo will bo gainers from tho gra
tuitous publishing of our American and Kuro
penn contemporaries, mid will havo been
losers in no way.
Fiiom what wo ynthor from Knlinn pn
iium it BoeiiiH ihnt Iho trinl of fdri'iigth be
tween Don O. (J. jlorono nnil Air. Arm
htroiiy enmb off nt Nnplos, nnd wo nro
hnppy to record ihnt tho bent man won.
Moreno iihtyed tho gnmo of " brny, " but
Mr. Armstrong whb too strong for him,
nnd tho King throw hia weight into tho
right Bcnle. Moreno miiungcd to intro
duco sundry olTicinls lo porsoiiiilly present
" tho son nnd tho nephew " of Ilia Mnjcsty,
to mix himself up with tho primary re
ceptions, but wiib ovoiitunlly compolled to
roliro into tho " cold shnde. " That Mo
reno clung tenaciously to tho Inst pobfdblo
fragments of power in evident; that hois
dropped seems lo bo equally certain. Ho
obtruded himself whonover ho could, called
himself tho Minister of Foreign Affairs,
did all that pertenncity could do, but
failed. "Wo owo a groat debt to His Maj
csty nnd his staunch advisor, Mr. Arm
strong, if thoy havo rid us of this incubus.
Colonel Jntlcl, too, lont his aid in strength
ening tho King, bo wo hopo to ho able to
avoid tho mention of Moreno, as wo hopo
to hnvo littlo to say about small-pox in tho
future. Sinco leaving Italy the King has
conversed with tho greatest European
statesmen, and boforo ho comes homo will
havo had tho samo advantago of talking
with American statesmen. AVo hopo Unit
General Garfield may ha among tho num
ber. AVo hopo to welcnmo tho ICing to
his home in his capital bhortly, and cannot
doubt that ho will havo h.-arnt many a
lesson by his foroign travel.
We havo spoken boforo of tho unrestricted
immigration of Chinamen, for which, it seems,
no ono is responsible, nnd no ouo has ato"
regulating powor. Wo must look upon this
question not only from an Hawaiian point of
view, but consider seriously what our neigh
bors think about it, and how thoy proposo to
act. In California and Utitish Columbia, on
one side, in Now Zealand, Queensland, New
South Wales and Victoria on tho other, tho
question is continually bcfoio tho ItopreBcnta
tivo houses. In Now South Wales, tho Pro
uder, Sir Henry Parkes, himself u workingman
a mechanic, argued very forcibly against tho
unregulated influx of Chinamen. Heic, wo
want labor it is true, but wo should liko to
havo somo regulating or restrictive power
available. Wo aro anxious to know what II.
M. Immigration Commissioner has douo in
China and in India, with tho QovorumcntH of
thoso countries, ns to tho restriction of irro
Bpousiblo emigration from tho foimer, and tho
encouragement of officially recognized emigra
tion from tho latter.
Wo hopo that intending candidates for tho
next legislatuio will dovoto timo nnd attention
to this subject. That it is a difficult ono to
deal with, is boyond question. It ia perhaps
impracticable to levy head-money or a capita
tion tax on now arrivals of ono nationality and
not on thoso of another, and Iho Chinese Gov
ernment is as nstuto and clear-sighted as any.
Tho best way of dealing with tho matter
seems to be, to tax not tho individuals nriiv
ing, but tho ships carrying thorn, to forbid
moro than a curtain number per registoicd ton,
nnd to insist upon every vessel holding a
special liconso for carrying immigrants from
tho Consul nt tho Port whence alio sails.
Such arrangements as these could bo made
world-wido and univorsal and yet givo no
ground of complaintoby ono nation, as against
tho " most favorcel."
A Chivaman who hud commenced a suit
against a countrymen was assaulted by tho
latter a fow days ago and piimmolcd. Tho
agresnor was tried in tho Polico Court for us
sault and battery and employed as counsel fur
tho defense the District Justice of Koolanpoko,
It is common for members of tho bar holding
offlco uudor Iho Government to tako part in
civil cases, but hoio wo havo ono taking sldos
ngniust tho (Invormnont in n criminal caso.
This certainly must havo n bad effect ou tho
natives and Chinese, to aeo a Justice from an
adjoining distiict whom thoy all know, nppoar
in Court to defend a criminal, Tho Chineso
particularly, who do net thoroughly undeistand
our methods of conducting law proceedings,
will think it strange to sou u convicted crimi
nal sentenced by ouo Judgo whllo another
urges his ncquittul. Thoy can not bo made to
bclievo that the sentence of tho magistrates is
just, whllo another, who is a magistrate in an
adjoining district, nppoars to hold different
views, and instead nfu conviction and sentence
of ono or their uuinbor for any offense being an
example or lesson for them, it will only eon
fuso them, ami givo them no clearer idea of
right or justice.
It may bo remarked here, too, that assault
and battery cases among Chineso arising front
tho non-payment of debts aro becoming alto
gether too frequent. There hao been a num
ber of murders and attempts to murder recently
on account of tho failure or inability to pay
small Bums of indebtedness. Tho favorite
method of tho Chineso appears to bo to urgo
tho pay in Mil of a debt at tho point of a knifo
or inuwlo of a revolver, and when a creditor
undertakes to collect a bill through process of
law, their fust thonght ia to assault tho plain
tiff. In case of assault of this kind, which is
an assault upon tho Court in a certain tncas
uro ns well as upon tho individual, tho Judgo
wonld bo fully justified in imposing tho se
verest pen dty. And wo think that any Dis
trict Jusli o on tho island of Oahtt who ap
pears in tho Polico Court of Honolulu as at
torney for n defendant in n criminal caso, is
contributing all in his power to defeat tho ends
of juslico both dlroclly and indirectly.
Hm Majksty Kino Kahkaua Iim visiteel
London nnd has been received as tho guest of
tho Queen of tho United Kingdoms. Ho has
Been n grand roviow nt Windsor, hns occupied
tho ltoyal box at tho npera, attended a cricket
match between two great public schools, hat
wandered through tho Qroat Crystal Pnlaco nt
Sydenham and inspected tho art treasures of
Iltirlingtou House and Kensington, tho libra
ries of Lambeth Pnlnco, hns participated in a
banquet nt tho Mansion House, and has been
hospitably entertained by tho Itoynl Princes
nnd tho Chief nobility of tho llritish Kmpirc.
His Mnjcsty is not without capability of ob
servation, neither docs ho lack n good memory.
Ho must return hero with enlarged viows nnd
fresh determination to uphold tho dignity nnd
independence of his Kingdom, His Majesty's
experiences moreover havo not been confined
to social or nrtistio treats; tho King has met
and conversed with sovoral of tho most-prominent
statesmen of the ago; perhaps oven
Mr. Ulndstuno might bo unable to teach much
in a Abort afternoon call, but a serious talk
with Lord Granville, tho present Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Lord Tcutcrdcn, tho pormn
tiont ttndor-Secrctary in tho samo ofllco, Sir
Charles Dilko nnd othor responsi
ble members of tho Government can
not fall to impress tho mind of tho King, as'
to tho importanco of tho Uust placed on his
Bhonldors, and how best to avoid difficulties
nnd complications with his groat neighbors,
how to securo and maintain his indepen
dence, how to uso his porsonal influence in
obtaining nnd retaining tho sorvico of good
ministers, how to avoid tho shoals and quick
snnds laid in his way by hungry adventurers,
how in fact to itocr tho courso laid down for
him as n Constitutional Monarch, to uso his
legitimato inflticnco in appointing tho best
men to thohiglcst posts nnd to refrain from
tho uso orillcgiiimato influences in attempting
to inflticnco elections to tho House of Itcpro
sentativcB, how to roward independence rather
thnn servility, f,ml many other lessons which
tl.o Slowart family in Knglish history called
"King-craft" but resulted in deposition.
His .Majesty King Kalakaua cannot fail to
learn somo lessons, not in " King-eraff," but
in statesmanship, from conversations with tho
groat statesmen of Europe Ho has yet to
meot tho statesmen of Amorica on his way
homo, nnd thero ho may got many a wholo
somo idea. Wo tako it as a matter of courso
that ho will meet and confer with our repre
sentative at Washington, that tho idea of frco
dom and independent nationality will bo strong
ly reinforced, that ho wilheturn hero, enlight
ened, well informed determined to avoid tho
councils of mcro bclf-seeking ndvonturors,
to tnako his Kingdom, ns ho has his porson
respected, and respectable, throughout tho
countiies ho has visited. His Majesty trav
elled hastily fiom Italy to England, and has
gono to tho Continent and wo wait tho reports
of his visit to Ilorlin and Pati3.
Wo trust, and iudeoil doubt not, that tho
King will learn a Btdutory lesson in bin visits
to tho groat capitals of civilization. It would
not 8oem possiblo for so intelligent a man as is
King Kalakaua to convorso with tho states
men of Itomo, London, Paris, Doilin anil
Washington, without learning something.
Tun Count 0. 0. Moiikno has fought to
tho last ditch, and has, wo hope, tumbled iuto
itnnd will remain thore. Tho Flora Masai of tho
2d of July, undor tho heading " II Ito Kala
kaua lu Italia, " gives an account of His Maj
esty's nirivaland reception nt Naples, which
desciibes how tho Italian MinistciG of Foroign
nnd Intorior affairs wcro inslrnctod to givo tho
King a rccoption ol nn "official character, "
nnd how tho Custom Houso officers wcro di
rected to smooth any possiblo difficulties in
Iho way. Next wo loarn that tho Count Lu
dn'.ph, representing tho Municipality of Noplos,
Signer 0. 0. Morono, "Minister of Foreign Af
fairs of tho Hawniiau Kingdom," and othor of
ficials hastoncd on board tho Asia which
brought tho Koyal party from Alexandria, to
gothor with Kmieolo, tho son of tho King, who
was at tho Collego of tho Nuncintellu, and tho
nephew of tho King, who was at tho Naval
Collego, hurried off to tho lfn, whuro tho
youths rushed into, tho arms of tho King nnd
kissed him with great omotion. An address
was piesentod to tho King, Moronoish in char
acter, and of course, introducing his ( tho
Count h) name, and thore follows n littlo ins
cription of His Mujesty, as being sympathetic,
but guarded in manner; dressed in inoining
costumo, with a aenrf of whito silk about his
hut and carrying two medallions on his watch
chain, abovo ono of which blazed a " stupendous
Olormile tklk Colonie, under tho hoading,
" Italia o Hawaii," devotes a column lo cn
largo upon tho virtue and power of Moreno
undor whoso influence, it states, tho son and
tho uophw of tho King, wcro sent to bo edu
cated in Italy, Tho ivrticlo glances nt Mr,
Schbcfer, whom it describes as -Negotluntc Tt-
Lit JXiiurclle Roma contains n long loiter
signed by .Moreno himself, ontitlod, " Protcsta
Contra il Govcruo Pranccso, " In this docu
ment tho Signor or Count clovcijy takes ad
vantago of tho unfriendly feelings between
Franco and Italy, and trios to represent that
ho, as nn Italian, was discredited and finally
removed by tho cfiorts nf Minis, Ilatard as a
Frenchman. Ho goes through tho story of tho
appointment and disappointment of tho Moreno
Hush Ministry and tries to mako it appear
that Moil. Hatard opposed his appointment
simply because ouo was a French man and (ho
other an Italian. Tho article closes with some
thing about ho.ivy damago and jiut Indemnity
claimed from Franco by Moreno as an Italian !
Iloro then wo havo, wo hope, tho last shot of
Sijtior Moreno, No stone is loft nnturrwd, no
plea untried to put aomo money or power of
mischiuf into tho hands of tho Count. The
self-seeking and self-glorification aro loo cvi
dent. Thu King and hit suite shook them,
selves clear of this man in Italy, and wo hope
that it may ho truly and confidently said of
him, us fir as this Kingdom, i concornod, that
tho now hUtorio word Ihl-t 1$ his opitapl,
aud that wo may nuvor hear ot him again.
This I'rotesUthn wo my add, U printed
both in French aud Italian, that no opportu
nity of mischief may bo missed. Moreno even
goes so fur tut to ay that Mow. SaUrd, "obe
dient to tho instigations of certain mission
aries," paraded or ran about, ' mis a par
courier tho capital, Honolulu, with n group
of his adherents boasting loudly in a hun
dred different places that ho was nblo to
frighten tho King and his Court, and to insist
on tho dismission of tho Minister himself.
Wo hopo this will bo enough of Moreno.
Plncoa of Worship.
Seames's nETHri-lir S V Camori, Clnplaln. Klnir
troct, near the Pallor' Home Preaching at II a m
Heata free. Sahhilh School before the morning fcrvlcc,
Prajrcr meeting on WoelneMajr CTWiinj: nt Tii o'clerck.
Kciiit Htkeet (.'iitmcii-Iler W frrnr, Paitor, corner
nf Fnrt and llcrctanln treet. Prcachlnir nn Hnnelara
at II Manel 7!S r. Sabhatli Pchcol at 10 a ie.
St Axnnaw'a I'ATiirnnet Ensllsh fcrtlcc t Ht llo
the Illrhnp of Honolulu anil Her Thus Illacklinrn. Ha.
erallan fcrrlcm Iter Alex Mackintosh. 0.:X, llnlr
Commnnlnii; 0.3(1, Matins anil Srrmnn (Hawaiian); II,
Mfttlna. I.ltanr anil fcrninn (Knjjllth); I, Krenonp
(Hawaiian)! ..an, Hrennnj ami Nirinnn (HnKlldij.
llrmna (Biisllth), mornlngi 6, SIS, aWieTcnlngi V!,
I H, 17.
Homah CATiioLin Oilmen- Uniicr the charcn nf Itt
Iter lllnhnji.Maljrct. sealttcel by Her Father Hermann J
Fort street, near Ilcrctanla. Hcrvlcea CTcrjr bunilay at
10 A m ami 3 r )i.
KAWAtAiiAoCiiuncit Her II II Parker, Pator, King
street, aliovn the Palace. Hertlcn In Hawaiian every
Hiimlayat II a M, Halilrath fchool at 10 a m. Kvcnlni
serrlces at "!S o'clock, allcrnatlni; with Kaumakaplll.
District meetings in various cnapeis at .i .w r n. iraycr
meeting every Weilncsiliy at 7!i r m.
KeuMAmrm C'nuncii Her M Kneea. Pastor, Here
lanla street, near Nuiianu. Services in Hawaiian every
Huntlay at 104 a m. Habhtth Schiul atU( A x. liven
Imjservlcs at'Ji o'clock, alternatnig with Knwalahao
Prayrr Meeting every Wcihtcselay at i Si r M,
Sunday Afternoon. Prayer Mootlnr;.
The early Sunday evening nicellnj ol Iho Y. il. C. A.
held for several years past In tho vestry of Fort Street
Church, HI ho moved to Hie Lyceum hereafter till fur
thcr notice, nnd will change to lialf-pat three o'clock.
To-morriiw'a services will he conducted liy Mr. llallcn
heck. All arc cordially Invited to attend. 60 3m
Miss Berry's School
Will re-open Monday, August 1st, Hho lias room
for a few moro Pupils. Comer Alakca and Ilvrclnnia
Htrctta. 8ft! 17 3t
From the Bydnty Vatlij Tltgraih, June sn, 18R0.
Tho Wallham Watch Company havo been awarded the
only gold medal given fur watches nt the Sydney inter
national Kxhlhttlon, ami nro tho only exhibitor In any
dais from the United States who have received this
1 Solo Agent for the Hawaiian Islands
rimi: :i:i.r.int.iri:i jkkniiy hum,,
hi. ;i, i.e. nit, s , it jii,iiii,i iiiii.i.,
" NOOIH.KS," (3U rears old). Tho pcdlgreo of
inlmil nlll he found in the American Jersey Herd
Hook No. ami. For snlo cheap by
VM. O. IltWIN A CO.
riMir. annua i..Mi:ni'iNj nrTiii: Tn'if..
holders of tho Pacific Sugar Mill will hn helil at
at tho nfllco of F. A. fcehaefer .t
on the llltli lust, nt
Honolulu. Aug Uth. lBiil.
Jlrf. I.A.MItKKI', CHAN. I- HOI'KIN.N
nnd 1Z. Mo.cy, doing Inislncssns Lumber Healers
and Whccl-wrlghls nt Kohala, Hnwall, constitute tho
nrm of (HI lin) I.AM1IKUT .V CO.
T OST J' JIOXOMJAJ, IJUAVTS
X.J on llackfeld .t Co., No. 33U for $IK, draft on
Schaefcr & Co., No. 150 for $0.1. Payment on the same
ban been stopped. A reward of glu will lie paid for
their r ecru cry nt tho Deputy .Marshal' Ofllco, at the
fetation lluuse. tVI tf
HEBBARD'S EXPRESS !
llrnyngo nnd Tlxpress Jtuslnest of nil kinds
Promptly Attended to,
lly tho undersigned. Olllco nt C'J!, King St.. Ilnnolnln.
Wto HENRY HEBBARD.
AJjTi lJJ3nSOXS HAVING OTjAIMS
ag-ilnst the Estate of tho late Ocnrgo Mlller.'nro
hereby notllloil to present them to tho undersigned
within sit months fiom date, or I hey will bo forever
barred; and nil persons Indebted tn Hie I'stnte will
mako immediate payment to If. T. WII.IIUH,
Kxccnlnr of Hie will of (leo. Jllllcr.
J'ala. Maul. July !tl, laal. ij m
H. M. MOORE,
AND UEAI.KH8 IN
Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco &c, &c.
'JO BI8 No, 1J1 Fort Street. ly
Pacific Mail S. S. Company
Ex Ilnrkcntinc Eureka from San Francisco,
T in diamond (II) 1 caso Hosiery,
S bnlca unbleached Cottons,
1 caso unbleached Cottons,
1 caso Finn Woolens,
Shipped by .1. II. Doner, Liverpool.
Parties owning Iho nboo Cood-e aro requested lo call
at cur ofllco, pay frelget ami charges, mid rccciio a
Custom Houso order for tho same
11. IIACKl'ELI) .t CO.,
Agents P.M. S.S.Co.
Honolulu, August IS, IK)I. a SO elt
To nil Subjects and Itosidents.
ITMMtTIli: I'lIIII'ONi: OF AltltANtJIXi TO
. rrcclvolu a sullablonnil jirouer manner Ills Ma
jesty tho Kin;: on his nrrlal from his tour around the
World, all persona ilcslrlu to assist lu such reception
aro asked toasacinhlc at llm Ljccuin.at tho hour ur"i
n clock, on tho evening of Monday, tho 1Mb August, A,
U. 1031, tnonsld'T tho manner lu nhlch to eclebrato
thu event or ilia Majesty's landing again on the soil of
II, A. P. Carter, A. S. Clrsliorn,
11. II. Kahauu, H. II. Dole,
V. P. Wood, II. V. HlllliiKham,
J. Mnauaull. II. K. Whitney,
Walter M. tllbson, U. t). Ilercer,
W. F. Iloloknblki, II. W. Knwalnnl,
Chas.T. llullck, W. II. Castle.
L. Ati ii, Knhlklna Kalckona,
J. W. Itobcrtson, Henry Walcrhnuic,
J H. Patv, W.Anld,
.Tiki. I,. Kaulukou, Chas. 11. JlUhop
Dr. Homnaiin, J. -Mott Smith,
Jt. Kuaca. 60
HORTH DK1TI8H AND MEKOANTILE
Of Ioudou nntl Eilluburg.
Eat nbli shed 1800.
Ilosonrcej of tho Company us nt 3lt December, ISSOt
Sun.ciiiucii Oai'itjil Fiiih Fund
Paid up,..,.., x) HiO.oai Hesi'rvo....ill,S7a 19 11
Uncalled l,VM,uu Premium Ho.
, - servo 317,037 10 10
J,lXJU,juu Uiiiuico nf
Lost Acc,.39,CCH 9 3
IIkvni; ron the VEAnl680-FIroPrcnil'eimraiid In
terest. i'l,(JIJ,'JO a.
. B. 1IOFFSCHLAF.OEH CO.,
Wj M Agent for tha Hawaiian Islands.
To Parties Interested in OooiU ex B. S.
"Heaperia," from Whampoa.
AJjTi PAltTJKti INTKUKSTKD IN
tho nndcr-uiFinlontd eoJ landed et n. H.
'.,.,,!".P.c,'t. ,.T!'UX "hitnpoa are rniui sled torrdoein
thu .Jills ofladlui; for tho same; now lu our hands by
paylnir collectively at onr ulllco. wtlhln thrro days freuii
dale, the sum ot $8.UO, (UIrIiI Thousand Dolliis,) for
uhtch amoitnt and charges no hold a lieu on tali!
i;ooil, If not paid nil bin thrue da from dalo Iho
iroods Hill ha sulil at public auction to the hlchot bid
der fur cash to lha extent of our claim clmrcra and
2 ! !.'" diamond, II M pkt; ind.c..,.Cheun Vuen
M tJln llljbiojd. II U3 tiki-i milfti 'I'll III,,..
' 11 packajn merchaiidlse., TonirOn
It 1 M. .. .SI1 packase-tuieichaiidlsa... Wine Wo Vntn
ii, LvW,,sa'cV,8M,',rtUiiiJii.,WlnWo Vucn
2 2b .(a JcUsm niirvhsndlic... Wluu Vn yncn
X i In diamond. It 10 iiLt'H n.iUtf k .,. i
" lElaro....l.!li.l.;: nidso j Wo
.," Mpkm meliu..,,, ..IuWSsdjWu
"-;'' tu i,r ,,ul." .....Hop rw
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. ITU kjs nidsu Kwouc Shun On
Ml-. -.-. Spkiauid.e BhuuKea
Jo iii.irU,... ........ Wps. am.hou,.Chln YutTlns
.Ve innrU....5 pkj personal eilicts...llaui; Iiw Chan
,...' pkit tea..,,.. ...po Imwj
H t),.........,,....,..5l pkgs nidicKwnnir Tung C'bau
V " n.il pkas mils , J4ct VooW
1J1 Jl i Oi diamond 1 il.j mj.e ,,,.Mc Fook
M In diamond, .....,,.liUpkRmdse .....MceFook
S. i? ""?". '" pk tnilsu .....Jleo Fewk
KJ" d.u."1.V'.J Wpkita mds... MeeFook
44111 l.lilu nanJJel pie it tud,tlavnx Vlu) Chou,'
II II IO ,... MpLmiadi..,..Wn Kce Chan
W Uil Itu pki;. uidso WuKioL'han
A, ....,, ,,. a.1 iUj tbnc.,,Wln Ve Vueu
H. HACKfBLD A CO,
Ajtnts ti. H. HcipcrU.
IIonoUlaucjDst lh, 1881. w
"to LE1 "
T1IIK, TUO-NTUKV HHIt'U AW ft fcl.ATK
. roof bulldlnK on Oumh Street, adlolnini Holies
& t,e lali-ly occupied byllolll.ier X Co, at a war
buua. Al.bO. the lower door and cullar ot tho bulMlnr for
mtrly the salearuueu aud luauufaclory of atuttru.
or paitlculam caejuUc at '
H H0U.UTS8 CO,
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Satins, Silks, Cropcs,
Alt Colors nnd Shade, both Flirnred and Plain.
Ladies' and Childron's Parnsols,
TANS AND rAN-IIOLDERS.
Lntlics' and Cliililrcii's Underwear,
Ladies' and Gents' Hosiery,
Illack. Colored and Figured.
Grenadines and Buntings,
All colors aomclhlna new for this climate.
oundL H et m I
Of Silk, Velvet, Salln anil Brocade, all widths and
GENTS' AND LADIES'
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rled man nnd his wife1, nnd one single man, know.
In;; how to handle cattle and mako butter.
43 6t ft. y. QUE EN WELL. Kona, Hawaii.
Blacksmiths' Outfit For Sale.
Ii'aik iiki.i.own, ctiii'i,rri:; i anvii
JU) pounds; 1 Vise, 1 Hwaaolllock, Tools, etc., all
lu Rood orjer, for sale In whole or In part.
Lois of Les Chains suitable for Plantation use. Kn
eiulrcof IJ lm A. 1 COOKE.
In (Quantities to suit Purcluisors
Wr FOIt SALE 11Y
El). HOFFSOHLAItQKH & CO.
Notice to Creditors.
.. they lisvp born appointed Administrators or the
Ltlatoot tho Hon. Charles Coflln Harris, lato of Hnno
lu ii deceased. All pirtoua hatlni; any clnlins against
said estate whether secured by iiioitRaKO or otherwise
are notified tei present tho sainu for payment to tho
unde-nlennl villhln six montlrs fremi tltla date, or they
willbo turcter barred. 1'. O. JONKS Jr
Honolulu JulrSO, lbSl. w. 1". ALLEli '
J'"' V. 31. HATCH.
COTTAGE TO LET !
fX MONTGOMERY'S ROW, OVKR
L H?!";,J?.ri,!iII.).'..uI C,,oJ 0.". 't mode"
ate. Apply lei 31 It. LEWIS, on preinlsei
NOTICE IS IIKUERY 01 VEX
that A. II. Haneberir, of Koloa. Kauil, will act
for m Hauler full powor of attorney during my ah.ence
rtS,.?l iSft ' " VA "a JOn ' WHIUllT.
July laih. HMi. 4i) m
INVESTMENT & AGENCY CO.,
MONKV I.OA.Kt O.N riltNT.C'I.ANN NU.
curltles. for lonr or ahnrt peilods. Apply to
Onice. Queen St., oiiiSlS&T' f,0Si'fi
OT1CK IS IIEKUUY GIVEN
f.i, ,.:r; u.",",nB, . aici.ui
-, ...,, '7""- wu annul, as tin v4 vi iru;i. cr IIIO tllillrr.
slcned, will b t.ro.ecuted to tho full ixt.nl of "hi I law
A TPEUSONS HAVING CLAIMS
XX asalnat the Eslato otthelalu Georj;o Jllller. are
hereby noilfleel to pie.ent thew tn tha undrrsiBiied
and all persons liidshted to the Estate ell uiakS ln:
medlale payment to ' ,m
It. T.W I Lit Kit,
TO LET !
CTOItE OX QUKKN BTItEET
l1Y,.ory'ic,kae'r.',WA,;:,dyC!'' n,,iwl'W Uir
)a ., A. W. PlL'ltOK X CO.
Ti'VTION AXTKH TIII8IATE
X I. strictly prohibited, except Utwtei, ihohi.nrsejf
o iu .,.. nua i in o p. hi. u. i vin ; ktii
( y. JIACFARLANE, ANI) H.
Honolnln. July 1st SiF' MACLANK CO
KOTIOS TO CBinTTisa
T"K ,Vieu8ic;nku having
O. been duly apnoluMAdoilnUlrator of Iho Kii.tl
of Daniel l.vuns. lateof Lihalna.Jlinl dJ5-Jl?i If1
I. hereby Bfven lo all pVrin. to p??.ent fh.Vui "
An..VJitalnln,r.Uhwris i,rh ,i5nl?"Ut?!'
BJJJ . W,,.. M.ch 'IJbgJg; foil
ARRIVAL OF THE CHESHIRE.
TJK8V K C'V V V Tj hY
atlcnllon of buyers tei their
STOCK OF NEW GOODS
Ex "Choshlro." "Zoo, "Kalo" '
,.ii onir.n i.ati: aiihivai.n,
WhtehtheyolTerlnlolslofnll.nl the Lowest .Market
Itatca. W lll.l. SELECTED additions hate
been made to their lima of
Plantation Tools and Supplies,
(A fine assortment of Locks by Hall from N Y).
TOOLS AND SUPPLIES
niaiktmilha, Carpenter, Cabinet Maker, Up-
liohlc-er, .uncftlnhh, Smlillers mid
J fames Maker, I'alnttr.
House Furnishing Goods,
SILVER PliATED WARE,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Lamps. Lnntrrn. Carriage Lamps,
Lump I'lttlnss, lei lng, Chimneys, elc.
KEROSENE OIL, IBO TEST,
(0the JJest llramh).
PAINTS. OIL. TURPENTINE, PUTTY,
VALKSTINK'S celebrated Varnishes.
Ilrushes In every variety and for alt purposes.
ONE SUPERIOR WOOD TURNING LATHE
Stock nntl IHcs of lntrst Iniprorcd rmUcriiH,
Douglas Stand and Suction Pumps,
Hay nnd Podder Cutleis, Rinplro Portable Forces,
Platform and Counter Jcnlcs,
Hprln Halauces, X to :HJU pouuds.
Cut and Wrought Nails, Boat Nails, Tacks,
Horse nnd Mule Shoes,
"(Hobo"' nnd Pnlnnn Horse Nails,
Horse nnd .Mule Jinnies, Whllllcticc?,
Ciirliollzcil nnd Stnnilnnl Ilnic, ti nntl 1 ply,
Hose Coupllnc", Hose Pipe, Lnwn .Sprinklers.
" Philadelphia" and "President" Lnnn -Mocra,
Ilronms, htep Ladders, I lo IS feet,
" Kurckn" nnd " Unlvcrtal" Clothes Wringers,
Galvanized Buckets, Tubs and Basins,
.Sailor Pan". .Saucepans, Fry Pans, Hat Traps,
Charcoal, Shield and Tailors' Irons, Had Irons,
Tinned Iron Spoona nnd Porks,
Silver Steel Spoona and Forks,
Chanipncne Corkscrcvts, Codec Mills,
lloston Card and California .Matches,
Toilet nnd Laundry Soap,
e"liicoii,""Croevn," 'Palace," "Sideboard," "Zero"
Jennings' .intl Hyslenlc Water Filters and Coolers,
Ico Cream Freezers,
(iiins.tJini Mpplcs ninl'lpii(.Kf)R, romlcr,
Sliot ami Caps,
Plows ! Plows ! Plows !
All slues made, to order, extra stroiiR, by Hit Molina
Plow Co., suitable for Sugar and ltico Plantations,
drub Breakers, lloston Clipper.
Paris Improved Steel Plows, (Illpln Hnlkey Plowa,
OX CHAINS, OX YOKES, OXBOWS,
Topsail Chains, Tracn Chains, Swivels,
Fenco Wire, II irbed Wlro('ilff einef t7(lft(lnl.v),
(laleaulzedand llhick Staples,
Fenco Wire Stretcher,
Superior Hemp Packing,
Juto and Cotton Twine, Hasslns Twine,
Shovels, Spades & Scoops,
E.ilm iuality, inndo to order.
Hoes "Crescent" HIcc, Cano and Garden,
SiipcrUno Sash Cord,
Wlro Sash Coid, Sash Weights,
Blacksmiths' and Hand Bellows
Tctcr Wright's Anvils, 100 to 5OT pounds.
Vises Hand and llcnch, Caulking Irons.
Carrlago and Cart ATlea and Springs,
?,"f.t'E' lPal) Machine, Carrlajio and Tiro Molts,
Dull Knds, Nuts and Washers,
Boat English aad American Filc,
Cordage Manila and Sisal, from 1-2 in. up,
Leather Heltlng and licit Lacings,
Pure Lubricating Ulls and Cninpnumls,
Lubricating Cuna of most apprueed patterns.
Standard Axle Urease, Uluc, Ax., Ac, c.
Tho Bain Wnrjon,
Tho DiivIb Iron Wngon,
Halliilio'a Uarbcil Wiro,
it nn- .Alba,'.'rV ktibriciting Coinpoiinil,
Halliilio'a Patent Wiro Itopo,
Avorill'H Mixed 1'aititn,
Albarvy Oi'limlor Oil,
Contliiontal Oil and Trimsportation Co.,
California Wiro AVorks.
Fort Street, Honolulu.
T1.11? , VNUBIWIONBD HAVING
.nlorJuTh!,yd,ip'r,'idM"C','nl "' B.,.blUiSt .
JOB PRINTING OFFICE,
under the management of an experienced and
COMPETENT BOOK & JOB PRINTER
HIGHEST STYLE OF TYPOGRAPHIC ART
Circulars, CertlHcutos of Stock,
Lotlur, Nolo, Stulemont or Dili Hondo,
Contractu, IliiHiiio or Vialting Card,
Draft., Ordora, Note., Programme!,
Shipping or Monoy Jtvcolptu, &., &0.
ll.nd,y?Tc,,l7,,.,1a,,' ,00 "wi.h.a Hook
LANK BOOK MANUFACTORY
enced for'elgi, wutkiim" ' lUa "" "' "Pvit-
TJIK STATIONEUY BEPAUTMENT
boo,. . lu .tdlllun tii lh" i sPu lull..u'I,1j:,!,,,.l:i''k
oierclal. Li-xal and Olllca Htatloucry, wlwtirt olUow
CoasUatljr received at the Fort 8t. Store
Fine SUtionery, Hook., Fane, Good.,
Windwr le. Nowton. Artltn' MnterUU.
llatUrlckli Cut Taper ftittoml ,
HOMI1T1AD FOR iALTl
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