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OtQoo GO rot t Stroot,
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.mkati.no Rink.- . h- j,v( ;- of frozen
txla-water I- .u, t ,mg wr,ii.i,Tful. A
Keutlt-man calling n. pickeri and'co.'s
for a of "ila ether tUy, at-!-drntally
let the ;l sf,.ii fuii ; m a few
winute the titer f..rIllj a fip skating
rink, anl to th tUilP cf -liful music
from the lovely pjai.o just imported, all
concerned luul a 1 tim-.
PaT Pickering A t c huve- j-u. ve'eived a
magnificent obL 4ut Krcn.fi r iuno, full
compass ; al.-o : .
stool, and a varl. '
at their stores, . .
v i . - chamber
; ''-o, piano
r . it:. haritli,
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THREE X0TTAGE3 & LOTS
Ui Lamlll -i -r. i. f a p. Mr.
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UT Smell Payments io i L Un. .o uit Pur-
J char- Oot Co lire . .ill by I. W. 'iraonis and
1rady tor orcapaocy. The ir r N.u; fnli. Each
Collate contains foor Die - ns, ba'l. rem a:.-! drUcbed
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CHAS. BLEIBTE-'IV, PROPllIXTOxU
mfiMFCTl'BEI.r K AM) IMPORTER
if J. of Feather Dusters. B' .ii ar.I P ruily of All De
scriptions, faint, Shoe. Clot .- . and at! h, r Brushes,
A.t "Very Lo' -Prices
ItUotl OrlT Prompt! a - ond to ' O10 tt
i PARTNER 'Af ANTED,
In a Good Paying Business !
CONSTANTLY . : I'.'H,
vtO KNOWLEDGE i UK :lsVES.S
! required. A mao with ai
jjiUI b present
'Active Salesman and i-'-teart t; Octiide
Orders, ia whs u T.7aatt.iV" r J "
t - -
ol23ia Aiul 'u Sale by J. II. BlUMj, IiouuIu!i.
j TO LET.
S. C. ALLBS.
I Ufl Jieretania aireei, oeiw 'en victoria
j and Piikoi Street.
I ke A EV COTTACK. HtUo ri
ISHEU. enutaiDioff Parlor. 2 l- irv.u. U lr Rota,
ilX BlU Room and Kitcbrn. Trw I.' ""IMb watrr
tjipe aopplle the houaeaod jard. Ui"i. 'ir IW)
tvt froai the street, and ha a Bice I trt r I ufk a ad
Tae lot Is 900 feet deep, rmoniof f nc. f-i" i;a to V aos
ptrrrl Tnr particaUr apply u
;i i h'.itcn.
S TAX COLLECTOR'S HOiHCE
Honolulu, Oal a. IMHO.
" w. o-oee the
l"c- im the
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. ilouus uiil,
bersby BotiOed that the underai
Siirrt.M of taxes for the current ye
' 'Jcvrrnmeat Uooae. IIS MONDAY,
l enoiormity with Meetioa 603 of the
ftable t iaiaiMl are required to -
xim o .xroRRTUE awh im :
, GlrO. H -: t v..r
J Tas OllUe, Huool-' N- ' '. I"
TAX COLLEP CH
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1 roar H mf ia KaMohe ' '
CaV AND FRIDAY of each w .
Pm the callactMS of Tax's
'(7 19 pmou in uul District. .
Me4 la saaae iaisan1ite payavetw
JAS. W. I
, OUVAIIH MlHt 4 liEGIsURi
1 rpHK Pinnr commkhi i il .
A, TISER ALMANAC AND REiiLsl . t i t
Jr, WUI be issued la December next.
TtZ'' It will be very Comprehensive ; ;
IB) ol ' ' ,
, ana Giving all particulars ot
Tiara Ai4 Scaa, with the F.I.... tiiunai im-
braatloi Sciirew lm 0fflce, t-a Pln
' . IaIUa-S y Deads of fjn::;ir
PRICE, OiSTLx Kts.
i ' WUlbemailrd o the United 8- s.
Postage Froe !
Astor HOC s in
Siea. TS and 7t Hotel Sirens. j
I. ART DrlOTHEIlS, Prop nt tors, i
SV.I tht Day, Week or Tr?
. - Igars, Cigarettes and Tol:: c
.1 3da Water & other Iced jj r I u ks.
.MILS SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STTLK
AT ALL UOL'RS.
gr4(sti- - SAJ
.a am. .
iaa. . JS3ZJ i. 8a ET,
ZLU3 . UAf
XT The Public w!U pleaae take notice that the Pnbliaher of
thia Directory will forward Copies to the United 8ttet. Great
Britain, and the britiah Colonies, Postare Paid, on receipt of
, . CEO. B0W8KR 4r CO.
0013 301 Honolulu, Oaha, H. I
Wi NTED FOR SIX MONTHS
lloaae. aix or more rooms, in Honolulu or WaiklkL
Inrlff W m .1.:. . .
rrvi ' v mil " UCxO U
TO LET !
A SHOP CENTRALLY LOCATED. ADAP.
isu u aimoac any kind sf business. Apply to J. M
wAi.g.. mmciaDin, wo MD street. t30 44
TO LET !
4 PLEASANT. FURNISHED ROOM. IN
."A private Umily of two. Suitable for either lady or gen
tietnao. Terms reasonable. Address, F. J.. care P. C.
viLSiU&urNU. o30 las
TOT A COMPETENT PERSON A POSI.
lion as feaar Boiler. Address SL'OAR, csre P. C. Ad-
Tertiaer Office. ocSO la
'l'O RENT OR PURCHASE HOCSE OF
JL are or more Rooms, furnished or nnfarnisbed. posses
sion ueiober. Apply (sell) W, this Office.
'lUtE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY GIVES
M. notice that she will not be respooaible for any debts coo-
tiaeted In net nasse, without her written order.
Lahaiaa. Beat. 2h. 1880. itw se-i 3m
Notice of Sale of the Kanmakapili Church
rlO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Til E
building aa above will be offered far sale subject to the
stipulation and terms set forth to a specification, describing
tne demolishing and removal or same, eptculcauons, and au
other InJormaUon to be bad and given at the omce of the Ar
chitect. CUAS. J. WALL.
se2& ti 27 Merchant 8t.
KEALIA RICE PLANTATION. KAUAI.
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY WARMED
jL from trespassing npnn the grounds belonging to tne
Keatia Hie Plantatioo. Order have been given to forcibly eject
anjr prraoo or persons found upon the said grounds alter a
p. m or any day; and said ordera will be enforced.
Kealia, I.Uod of Kauai. Oct. 6lb, WO.
a oo 3m wAs CHULAN A CO.
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE AND OWING TO
the PACiriC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER Office op
to aod including the 30th day of August, must be settled with
J. II. Black only. And all indebtedness up to the ssme date
will be settled by J. U. BLACK.
Uooolulu. Ao rust 30, 1580. set If
OWING TO THE PRESENT HIGH PRICES
f materials In our line, we, the undersigned, have been
compelled to raise the price for borseaboriog. Oo and after
tne IH day of Feb , ISSO, our prices will be aa follows:
Hand-made Shoes f...S3 UU
Heel and Toe Hhoes....
Machine Made Shoes. ..
8. M. WHITMAN.
CHAS. B. WILSON.
Honolulu, Jan. 28lh, 130
Notice of Dissolution of Co-Partnenhip.
raiHE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE XX--1
1st mi between J. 8. Walker, Z. 8. Spalding and Wm. Q.
Irwin, under the firm name of WM. O. IRWIN A Co., is this
day dissolved by mutual consent. All liabilities will be aa
samed and Indebtedness collected by IVm. O. Irwin, who
alone is authorized to sign the Brm name in settlement of its
affairs. ' J. . walheb.
Z 8. SPALDING,
WM. Q. IRWIN.
Honolulu, U. I., July 1st, 1880.
DR. THATCHER HAS REMOVED
hia Dental Office to 1044 Fort Street, next above
Dickson's Photographic Gallery. Prices reasonable and satis
faction guaranteea. -o cnarge tor examining tne icrai.
NEW LAW OFFICE.
"Iir C. JONES. (4rlie) Allaraey .
V m sellor at Law and General Land Agent and Collector,
will practice in all Courts of the several Islands in Ibe King
dom Office first room over the store of Dillingham A Co.,
Fori Street. Honolulu. ocV
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
VTICE1S H EREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Dartnershin lately existing between Ah Lo A Likini. of
the liland of Oahu, nnder the firm name of Cok Sin A Co.,
u d i. solved tliis dsy by mutual consent. All debts owing to
the .aid firm are to be received by the said Ah La, and all de
mands due :he aaid firm are to be presentwd to him for pay
ment. L AliLO,
Honolulu. November 3d. 1880. n8 it
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
WE. THE UNDERSIGNED. CITIZENS
of Han Francisco, do hereby certify tbst we have
MRH. r. CUDDY
For several years in this city, as a
NURSE AND MIDWIFE.
And we cheerfully recommend ber a a competent and skill
ful i-er-on in that eaparity.
K.D. VII4K.M V; R. 8. DE!. M D.j M. M KN0X.M D.
W- LOCRnAKT, M. D.; JOSEPH KERTZ. M. D.
I hereby certify, that I have known MRS. D. CUDDY, for
the past three (3) years, and always believed ber to be an
honest, upright and faithful woman, aod of good character.
REV. FATHER VKRDAQUKR.
AlihouKB not personally acquainted with MR?. CUDDY,
bat what from prominent physicians and others have told me,
she is very highly spoken of. ss an able aod skillful nurse and
midwife. WALTER LIN DLfcY. M. D., Health Officer.
No. 2 I Alakea street. N. B. Office Hours. Iroo 1 to 8
p. M- nlO-3 lm w-i
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monthly ever published on the Pacific Coast. It is the
vult magazine west of the Mississippi Valley, and Is full
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. . NOTICE. .
ALL PERSONS ARK HEREBY FORBIDDEN
to trespass oo the land of Waikulu, Island of Maui, and
adjoining lands; and are also forbidden to shoot, catch, or
drive tiff any cattle, tame or wild, horses, hogs, turkeys, or
fowls. Any person or persons so trespassing will be prosecut
ed according to law. KDWIN JONES.
Lahaina. Sept. 26th, 1880. se25 2m wis
B0AF1BM HOUSE k RESTMRMT,
Csrser Nasmasi mmd Klag Street.
HOP YICK & CO., Proprietors,
21 Tickets Given for Amomt of One
rirst-CU$ Bard - - $5.00 Per Week
Seetsd-Clagg Board ... 4.00
CT The Tables wUl always be supplied with the best the
Market affords. nI3 6m
The Rodsnow Manufacturing Company, (limited Capital
12.000 000). Boston. (America.) wiU forward, hereafter, even
one sincM watch to any part of the world at wholesale
price, i. ., 3a per cent, cheaper man any waicnmaarr, aa
none of them are manufacturing watches themselves, but only
bo Tin them from here. We call the particular attention of
everyone intending to purchase a Brat-class reliable watcn
lo our following price ut :
Silver Watch, Crystal glass, seconds hand $ 2 60
Silver Watcb, HuntiDg caae.engraved, highly finished.. 3.60
ilver Watch, Skeleton movement, Kxtra jeweiea. stout
Gold Witch, Jeweled. Maintaining rower. Crystal
Gold Watch, Half Hunter, Knamel or Gold Dial, Lever
Gold Watch, Hunting Case. Hoperior Nickel Movement
best quality with all the latest improeroenis. z
The Keyless mechanism to a watch Is one of the great mod
ern improvements in watch work, it does away with the old
fashioned key, with which so many persons have ruined their
watches. The watch is wound by turning a nurled knob
Disced on the handle or bow. instead of by the ordinary
means; the bands are set in the same way. The advantages
of these improvements are obvious, the case, which never need
be opened io winding, is made air-tight and dust-tight, thus
preserving much longer the fluidity of the oil, and greatly pro
longing the intervals oetween tne necessary cleaning oi tne
Silver Keyless Watch, Lever Movement, riat. Jeweled,
Crvstal Glass S 4.26
Silver Keyless Watch. Double Cover, Enamel or Orna
mented Silver Dial 626
Silver Keyless Watch, Superior Skeleton Movement,
Kxtra Jeweled, Stout Double Cover 8.75
Gold Keyless Watch, Open face. Lever scapemeot. v
Ten Jewels 11 26
Gold Keyless Watcb, Half Hunter. Best Movement, all
latest improvements, 16 Jewels ..15.00
Gold Keyless Watch. Two Stout Gold Covers. Chronom
eter Movement with center second nana, a
SDlendiJ watch for presentation 18.75
Gold Keyless Chronometer, 3 Gold Covers, Movement of
finest workmansnip, venter eecoou Ulna, repeat
ing boors and quarters.... .................... 4X60
Gold Keytesa Chronometer, (.Imperial Chronometer),
showing days, date, weeks and month on aiai,
- repeating hours, quarters and eighths, 3 heavy
Gold Covers, warranted for 6 years, aud without
doubt toe beat and handsomest watch in ex
1AU the above watches can be had in smaller size to suit
for ladies' wear at the same price. Monograms, Initials,
arms, etc., engraved on the back of the watcb free of charge.
2 AH our Watches are thoroughly Bniihed and ready for
immediate use. and will be sent securely packed In Mo
rocco case, aosf free, to any part of the world, together with
spare mainspringa, glasses and keys, these being a great con
venience, as in many out-of-the-way plsces.it is almost a mat
ter of impossibility to replace one of these articles.
3 Every watch ia accompanied by a written warranty,
guaranteeing the regularity and superiority of its work
manship for 3 year, duriug which time no charge will be
made for repairing if the watch is returned post free.
All our Oold Cases are 18 Carat Gold ; Ibe Silver Cases
are of the best sterling Silver.
Six-per cent, discount
and more watches.
rill be allowed on orders for six
All our watches have compensation balance, which ren
ders them equally accurate in either hot or cold climate.
All watches may be ordered with or without seconds
hands, with engraved, plain polished or engine turned
cases, without difference of price.
8 No orders from abroad filled unless accompanied by a
remittance to cover the amount, or a reference on a Bos-
Persons residing in any part of ihe world need not hesitate
lo forward their orders to this establishment aa they may rely
upon receiving the exact watch ordered by them, which if not
approved, will be exchanged free and safe by poat, or money
refunded The best means of sending money is by draft on
New York. Paris or London, which can be procured at any
banker and everywhere, or enclose the amount in batik-notes,
gold coins or postage stamps of any country of the world. All
orders, the smallest as well as the most important, will receive
the same particular attention and will be forwarded without
delay. We respectfully ask for a trial order.
The Rodanow Manfg Co.,
5 and 7 Portland St.,
BOSTON, U. S. of .AMERICA.
LONG BRANCH BATHS I !
SITUATE AT WAIKIKI.
BIS LKA VES EVERT MORN ING FROM
corner of Hotel and Fort streets at a Quarter before aix.
returning at a quarter before seven. The afternoon Bus will
leave at fifteen minutes past five, returning by half-pad sLu
A Bss will be dispatched at any hour of the day upon ap
plication of a party of not less tbsn Ave persons, at the usual
RATES OP FARE.
60 cents for the round trip.
Baths will be charged aa follows :
Single baths............... 25 eta
Bath, including Bus fare 76 eta
8 Tickets including Bus fare i 00
nr Baths Open from Daylight till Dark.
Tickets at the Office of the Pantheon Btables.
Bathing Dresses and Towels furnished at the Baths.
o301n JAMEd DODD, Proprietor.
LET IX THE LIGHT !
IIIE HAND-WRITING OP TUB HOM
Spirit is aa plain npon the heavens and apon the earth.
condemning to destruction this wicked Kingdom of dishonest
men, a II was npon the walls of Belshaxxar'a dining room in the
midst ofhlslhousaad banqueters. M EXE M EX E TEK EL
UPIIARS1X was written on the walls which no one of
bis guests could understand untU his Queen sent for Dsniel
who told tha King, God hath numbered thy Kingdom and fin
ished it; thou art weighed in the balance and art found
wanting, thy Kingdom is given to the Medea aod Persians
that night Belshsuar was slain. Darius then undertook his
Kiogdom, when T. XC.Ofil33 stepped in with
his DUMP Ml'LG W.IGOXS AND CANE
CARTS. They are built of the Best Material that can be
had la the East, as ail my stock ia selected by a Special
Agent, and by that means I am enabled to do the Good Work
that I do. I wish also to call attention to the fine carrisges
that I am turning out.
Beg pardon. I must relate a little incident that occurred a
few days ago. One of my H1GHL.T FINISHED
CARRIAGES was standing near the Drinking Fountain
so King Street, when a gentleman and lady were passing by
and all at ooce the horse took fright and nearly become uo
lanageabie; but the driver got the animal quieted down, and
he came in with the same weight he went out with, and saved
takes. But come lo investigate the matter, the horse look
fright from seeing his shadow in M r HIGHLY FIN
ISHED CARRIAGE that was standing near the
Fountain. I also am finishing up some very nice FAM I
L.r CARRIAGES A VP SOME Top P H.E
TON'S, which I shall soon have ready for sa)e. Abo,
REPAIRING. PAINTING. TRIMMING, and
everything pertaining to CARRIAGE WORK, will be
DONE JUST AS LOW A9 IT POSSIBLE CAN
BK, as yoa all know that I have had NO VISITS TO
THE STATES OR EUROPE! and nfy low rents
and (Jala SAavrsr nring nabJssmelA cosna down to tbw
BED ROCK PRICES.
W J. ROSE.
BY AU f HOfilTY .
Depbtscent of Fokeigx Affairs, 1
Honolulu, Nov. 17th. 18). j
Six : By command of His Majesty I have the honor
ta transmit to you your Diploma and the Insignia of His
Royal Order of Kamehameha I. duly signed on the 16th
day of November, A. D. 1880. and which His Majesty has
been pleased to present to you in recognition of your
services in dispatching your steam yacht Lancashire
Witch In July last, to the aid of the company of the
Hawaiian vessel Mathilde, which foundered at sea off the
coast of Mexico. Be pleased to receive the assurances of
the high respect and esteem wiiu wmcn i nave tae
honor to be
Your most obedient bumble servant.
W. L. Green.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
. To Si Thomas G. F. Hssketb.
Ex it known that the Government Pound formerly
located at Waiawa, Ewa, Oahu, has been removed to
Waimano, Ewa, Oahu, where the Ponnd Master, S. K.
Kaanaana will attend to all business connected there-
.ith Jno. O. Doirntis.
Governor of Oahu
wn.,.,i . n A.P. Cartes.
Minister of the Interior.
Auction Sale of Awa Licenses.
There will be sold at Pnblic Auction on Wednesday,
December 1st. 1880. the following Awa Licenses for the
term of One Year from January 1st, 1880.
... 1 Ewa & Waianae....
Lahnina ajMakawao 1
Wailuku SlHana 1
Molokai k Lanai 1
Lihue UKawaihau 1
Koloa 1 Hanalei 1
The Licenses for the Island of Oahu will be sold at the
front entrance of Aliiolanl Hale on the day above named,
at 13 o'clock noon. Those for the other Islands will be
old In the respective Districts on the same date at such
places as shall be designated by the several Sheriffs or
Upset Price For Honolulu, $500 each License ; For
Hilo, Lahaina, and Wailuku, $300 each License ; and for
all other Districts. $100 each.
Tebms A deposit of 25 per cent, upon the fsll of the
hammer and a forfeit of said depout. should the fall
amount of License not be paid within 10 days from the
day of Sale. nol3 3t
The Anniversary of the Becognition of Hawaiian Inde
pendence by the Governments or Great Britain and
France, November the 28th, falling on Sunday, Saturday,
November 27th. will be observed as a Public Holiday,
and all Public Offices throughout the Kingdom will be
Closed. H. A. P. CARTER,
Minister or the interior.
Interior Office. Nov. 2. 1880. n6 4t
The following gentlemen have this day been appointed
Agents to take acknowledgments to contracts for labor.
D K Pa Hilo, Hawaii
G N Wilfong - Uamakua. Hawaii
John Maguire North Kohala, Hawaii
Jaa Smyth Makawao, Maui
j D Havekost Makawao, Maul
Geo Beckwith Makawao, Maui
F Wlttrock. -.Hana, Maui
J W Loka - Hanalei, Kauai
H. A. P. CARTER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, November 2d, 1880. nC
Be it known that the Government Pound, formerly
located at Waiohuli, Kula, Maui, has been removed to
the land of MOONUI, in Waiakoa, Kula. Maui, where the
Pound Master, D. Kanealii, will attend to all business
connected therewith. JNO. O. DOMINIS,
Governor of Maui.
Approved: H. A. P. CARTER,
Minister of Interior.
Mr. C. C. Pololu has beeu appointed Pound Master for
the District of Hana, Island of Maul, vice S. W. Kaai, re
signed. JNO. O. DOMINIS.
Governor of Maui.
Lahaina. November 1st, 1880. no
The following named persons have been appointed
members of the Tax Appeal Boards for the year 1880.
J. O. Carter, J. M. Kapena
8. Previer. A. Kaoliko
F. Pahia, S. M. Emerson
W. R. Buchanan, I. L. Naili
T. A. Lloyd. G. Barenaba
3. C. Kirkwood, D. Kahaulelio
J. W. Girvin, W. P. Kahale
D. CrowninKburg, C. K. Kapule
T. K. Clark. L. M. K. Paabao
R. W. Meyer, J. Nakaleka
C. E. Richardson. L. E. Swaine
J. N. Kanioku, Piena
G. W. C. Janes, J. Kauhane
. . .8. Haluapo. G. W. Ikaika, Meeniii
W. H. Daniels, Z. laakiki, Geo. Bell
Jas. Words, Geo. Holmes
. . ,B. A. Lyman, 8. V. Chillingworth
Ewa k Waianae....
Molokai k Lanai...
C. Bertlemann, Jas. M. Gibson
W.H. Rice, D. Makaliu
8. W. Wilcox. B. K. Holi
G. 8. Pinkhan, 8. W. Kauanoe
F. Binlt, G. B. Rowell
J. Kaiks, J. W. Eaapuni
JOHN 8. WALKER. Minister of Finance.
Department of Finance, Oct. 30, 1880. oc30 tf
To Exporters of Hawaiian Bice and to
Whom it may Concern.
In accordance with an Act approved 14th day of August,
1880. To Prevent Fraudulent Exportation of Foreign
or Hawaiian Produce to Ports of the United States,"
William L. Hoppeb Is appointed Export Guard " for
the Port of Honolulu. Parties who are about to ship
Rice to any port of the United States, will notify the
" Export Guard " of the intended shipment that he may
examine said Rice, and be able to give a certificate that
it is the growth aud produce of the Hawaiian Islands.
And in accordance with the said Act, I have fixed and
EaffiSJ. Tand S.CU
per ton (of 2,000 lbs.), and in proportion for any less
quantity than a ton. Jon 8. Walkeb,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu, October 8. 18K0. oc9 3m
Licenses ilipiring in November, 1880.
RETAIL. O A II V.
I Ah Koi, Maunakea street. Honolulu
1 Ah Sin. Pawaa "
2 John Kebello, cor Nnnanu a Hotel sta "
5 G Segelken k Co, Nuuauu street "
6 T G Thrum, Merchant street "
S C Afong, Nuusnu street "
7 Con Chee & Ahung, Fort street "
7 P H Tripp, cor Hotel a King streets '
8 Pe Nang Tong k Co, Hotel street "
10 Nee Shin, Nuuanu street "
11 Chung Hay, Nnuann street
11 W M Wenner k Co, Fort street "
12 L Copenhagen, Nuuanu street "
13 Hollister k Co, Nuuanu street "
14 C O Berger, Fort street "
15 T G Thrum, Fort street " ' "
15 Tong Lo, Nuuanu street .- "
17 Jaa Enos, King street . " .
1 Gee Pio, Leleo ' "
18 Hip Wo Chong k Co. Nuuanu street '
21 Chan Ning Tong. Hotel street ..
22 Chun Kee, Ulakoheo
23 Ton Kim, Emma street ' "
25 E C Winston, Fort street "
26 Allen k Robinson, Queen street "
26 Tong Kim, Emma street . . - "
29 Loch Hop iocs. Bang, Nuuliiu ttrtret "
RETAIL HAWAII. , ' ,
I C Y Alona, . ; Papaikou, Hilo
4 Quong Leong, Naaiehu. Kau
5 Chung Peu, Punalun. "
6 A 8 Cleghorn k Co, Hookena, South Kona
18 Yip Tuck. , Hilo
20 Man Cheong, Laupahoehoe,
24 Akika, Punahoa, -
25 Wong Sick Gee, , . , . .
1 H Bryant. Wailuku
4 Ho Hong, ' - ' Kahului
7 H A Heen. Makawao
7 Akai. Waikapu
12 Apo, ' ' Lahaina
23 A 8 Cleghorn k Co, Kaunakakai. Molokai
25 H Giles, Wailuku
ICY Alona, ' " i,A ' Papaikou, Hilo. Hawaii
4 Chung Ktng Liong. aalehn. Kan,
7 Kit Chong, Hotel street.
9 A bona. Maunakea street.
Honolulu. Oahu ,
14 A pans Hapai. Punahoa. Hilo. Hawaii
15 Achee, Buffum's Hall; Honolulu, Oahu
v aixapn. Maui
22 1 D Havekost,
29 FA Solomon,
11 Akina & Asiu,
15 Owen J Holt,
BUTCHER.1" - '
North Kohala, Hawaii
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, Oahu
1 Jas Dodd, Pantheon, ' Honolulu, Oahu
' RETAIL SPIRIT.
1 Jaa Dodd. Pantheon, Honolulu. Oahu
8 F T Leneban, Royal Hotel,
3 Ah Lung, - Kailua, Kona, Hawaii
6 See Woo, Makapsla, North Kohala, "
21 A lama, Koolaupoko, Oahu
25 Akina, ... Wa .
i w u irwin & oo, corner Foi
3 J T k H WaUrhouse, :
Kon Cbee k Ahung.
I T H Waterhoese,
1 W G Irwin & Co, corner Fort and Queen Streets
, Queen Btreet
' Tort Street "
a Kabul). Koolaupoko. Oahu
PI RCA R&1S. . . 1
3 James Lewis,
ICons, Honolulu, Qahu
7 r JJarter,
12 John Tlbbeta,
14 H M Whitney, jr.
15 EW Jordan,
21 8 M Pamon, v .
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1880.
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
The vrrj interesting and attractive proces
sion and di.-play was gotten up on the King's
birthday, without any public subscription, as has
E5r One pood turn deserves another. The
Ella brings Gar6eld's election, and advance in
sugar ; and now it should be her turn to get a
good fneght aud quick dispatch for Turntr.
The presence of George W. Macfarlane is
strain nnf irpnhl in hnainoaa nnnrtpra anil vs hnnn
o - -. .-.,u .. r -
that he will soon be enabled to enjoy fully restored
We were happy to meet Hia Ex. G. W. Beck-
ley, Governor of Kauai, out of doors yesterday, and
apparently well recovered from his late seTere attack
of ill health. We hope that he will be enabled at an
early day to return to bis gubernatorial duties.
S? The royal white standard of the Hawaiian
Sovereign was flung to the breeze from a lofty
flag-pole erected upon the central tower of the
trout 'acade ot the new Palace, on the 16th inst.
This is the first time that the royal standard has
been hmsied upon the new Palace.
Schooxeb Lost. Schooner Mary Ellen owned by
Allen & Robinson while trying to get out of Hana
lei harbor, was blown ashore there and became a
total loss. A heavy N.W. wind was blowing at the
time The schooner was partially insured in two
companies no lives lost.
The Alta California of the 9th October
publishes a statement of a " thirty years resident "
of these Islands, about matters and things in the
Islands, that is substantially untrue ia every par.
ticular. Why don't our worthy cotemporaries of
San Francisco secure tne services of a responsible
correspondent, aod obtain correct news from this
The New York Herald of the 17tb October
publishes two columns of a Moreno interview
sneei innly commented on bv the editor; and to
one point in it only we call attention the stated
antagonism of Mr. Gibson to Moreno in bis po
sition here, which ought to satisfy some folks that
there is no foundation for the persistently asserted
statement, made by some, that there is an affili
ation between these two parties.
Music. The baud will play at Emma Square
this afternoon , commencing at 4 o'clock. The
following is the progamme :
Overture Light Cavalry
Quick Polka The Tornado (new)
Selection Anne Boleyn ,
Quadrille German Songs
Cavatina Tancredi (new)
Galop The East Indian Maid (new)
. . .Donizetti
. . . .Liewert
The bund will give tin extra concert on Monday
evening, at the Hawaiian Hotel.
Sale of Government Leaseholds. On Monday
at noon the leases of two properties were offered
by auction at the front door of the Government
Building. A live years lease of 35 square fathoms
on Queen street, was knocked down to Messrs.
Tibbetts & Sorenson, the previous lessees, at the
upset price, $150 per annum. A similar lease of
a lot 100 feet by 140 leet on the Esplanade, fell at
the upset price. $400 per annum, to Messrs. T. K.
Foster & Co.. who were also the previous occu
pants. Recognized. His Majesty the King, in recog
nition of the services rendered by Sir Thomas
Hesketh, in sending his yacht from San Francisco
to Socorro Island, off the coast ot Mexico to the
assistance of the distressed crew of the Hawaiian
bark Mathilde, forwarded to that gentleman, by
the bunds of the Minister of Foreign Relations,
the decoration and diploma of a Knight Com
mander of the Iloyal Order of Kamehameha I.,
which was presented to Sir Thomas on board his
yacht, on the evening of the 17th inst. The in
signia were accompanied by a letter, which is
published by authority in our present issue.
San Francisco appears to be at length shaking off
the dull times of which we have heard so much com
plaint. The latest repot t business there iu the
the money mat ket and in real estate, show that
the accnmiilaliuii ol ni"iiey which cautious men no
longer venture to invest in Mining Slocks, has led
to numerous piuchaes of unoccupied lots in parts
of the city yet undeveloped. The Stvings Banks
have been refusing all large deposits, and money
must be otheiwi.se invested. The consequence has
been a slow but constant advance iu the value of
real estate. Buildiiii; operations have also been
resumed ia many quarters of the city.
5S" For the information ol tourists who may de
sire to visit Hie Volcano during the present erup
tion, we may state that the steamer fare from Ho
nolulu lo Hilo. Hawaii, is 12 50. Hilo is the best
place from which to visit the neighborhood of the
lava flow. The cost of two horses and a guide for
the excursion, will be about 28. Comfortable
lodgings and good restaurant fare at reasonable
prices are to be procured at Hilo at the Volcano
House and at other points ou the island. But the
tourist must provide camping accommodation in
order to visit Mokuaweoweo, the summit ciater of
Birth dat Celebrations. Who were they who
Alined their l..v,,l.y ... the Kin at 2 o'clock in the
morning, on Tuesday last, at the corner ot tort
and Hotel -Mreels. by breaking the laws of His
Majesty's Kingdom, on his birthday ? (See Penal
Code, page 94, chapter XL). Were they of opinion
that the fact of the 16th November being the
King's birthday, constituted the "justifiable cause
for so doing 'mentioned in the statute? If so,
there were sii'idry persons whom they woke out of
a Qrst sleep, who not only differed in opinion, but
expressed that difference in language whidb the
Recording angel has no doubt with just discrimin
ation, entered to the account of the said jovial
individuals, instead of that of its vexed utterers.
There are now, according to the Japanese
newspaper called the Weekly Mail. 70 Japanese
students iu the United States, ten of whom are sent
at Government expense ; and there ate one hun
dred and eight Chinese students in the States, sent
by the Chinese Government. Some ot the Japan
ese have graduated at the) Boston Law schoal.
Cambridge Lnw school, and the Columbia school
of Law. and of Mines. The Chinese and Japanese
are preparing to fortify their new move '' In
commerce and politics, by a cultivation of the in
tellect of their youth according to western stan
dards. . Hawaii has 3 youths ubroad who we hope
will givj a good account of themselves as students.
A petition to His Majesty is being very gene
rally signed on Hawaii, praying for a commutation
of the sentence lately passed on R. R. Lavender for
killing a South Sea Islander. Lavender was tried
at the Circuit Conrt lately held at Waimea. The
evidence showed that there had been some difficulties
with the South Sea Islanders on Mr. II. M. Whitney's
plantation, of which Lavender was overseer, and
that what had passed was of such a character as to
make tbe latter apprehensive of an attack. On tbe
day the homicide occurred, Lavender had with him
a gun which he carried for self-protection in case of
rifvoaailv and. whilst point? towards Viia nan rnnm
aaw tfce deceasedt who came towards him Wlth t
knife in his hand. Lavender ran away some dis
tance, but finding the man gained on him, he turned
and fired. Tbe verdict given by the jury was
" manslaughter in tbe third degree," with a recom
mendation to mercy. The sentence pronounced was
four years imprisonment, with hard labor. As this
is almost the most severe sentence the law allows,
tbe Judge mast have taken a different view from the
jury and from that which prevails among people in
tbe neighborhood, to whom the facts are familiar.
For manslaughter in the third degree, the Code
gives the alternative punishment of imprisonment or
fine. Imprisonment carries with it the necessity of
hard labor. The prerogative of mercy rests jointly
with tbe King and tbe Privy Council, by whom
Lavender's case will, no doubt, be anxiously con
sidered. On the one hand it is undesirable, for tbe
credit of the country amoDg tbe neighboring island
populations, that the death of one who has come to
work on Hawaiian plantations at tbe solicitation of
our Government should be treated as a light matter.
On the other is the doubt that anything more than
fright led the prisoner to fire at his victim, in which
case precedents from the jurisprudence of other
countries point to the propriety of a much lighter
sentence. There is such a thing as over-protection,
which , spoils its recipient just as petting spoils the
child. The British colonists in Fiji have been finding
this out, and are beginning to exclaim that there
everyone is " protected " except the white man.
Committed fob Trial. His Honor, Judge liick
erton, had his time and attention occupied during
the morning of the 19th inst., In hearing the
evidence brought to bear in a case, where a young
man. lately arrived from San
charged with attempt to bribe two government
officers. The statements made by the prosecntion
tended to show that the defendant, (whose name
we withhold pro tern) wished to obtain a marriage
license, first stating that it was for a friend, after
wards acknowledging that it was for himself. One
of the gentlemen authorized to grant marriage
licenses, charged him with having a wife io San
Francisco, this was acknowledged by defendant.
but be claimed that he had been divorced. Not
having papers to show that such was the faet, the
license was refused until satisfactory evidence was
produced by said defendant. Defendant is charged
by tne above officer with offering him a ' hand
some present, provided he kept the matter con
cerning the expected marriage secret. The other
officer, also authorised to grant licences, (some.
what more youthful than the first one in
appearance, and whom defendant may nave
judsed as more partial to the root
of evil) stated that defendant bad offered him
$500 in connection with the wish to obtain a license
and to keep the matter secret. Defendant denies
attempt to bribe, and acknowledges having been
married, but claims that a divorce was had by de
fault as he says he not being a resident of San
Francisco at the time of the trial. The case is to be
tried at the January Term of the Supreme Court,
HIS MAJESTY'S BIRTHDAY.
Ilonolnla In a Blaze of Light The Military and
Fire Department Torchlight Praeesslon.
Of the many innovations and new departures
from the regular usual dull, semi-official, and un
sympathetic displays, parades, etc. which have
been served up to please the popular masses none
have surpassed, or created as much genuine inter
est or enthusiasm, in the breast of the proverbial
"oldest inhabitant," as the torch-light procession.
by the members of the military and Ore depart
ment of this city, on the evening of the 15th inst;
intended to appropriately honor the natal day,
and mark the feeling of loyalty to His Majesty the
King. Pursuant to resolutions passed, by unani
mous vote, at meetings of the different mililary
and fire-companies of this city, the combined
forces, both military and civic, agreed to commin
gle in a grand torch-light procession on the even
ing before mentioned. Orders issued to the Fire
Department in this connection, requested their at
tendance in full uniform and with their apparatus,
in the square opposite and adjacent to the bouse
of Mechanic Engine Company, situated on Union
street. Long before the hour appointed for the
assembling of the fire laddies " the attention of
the orderly thousands thronging the streets was
drawn to the appearance of the Fire Bell-Tower the
cupola of which shone brightly forth, illuminated
by scores of many colored lanterns the interstices
of the lofty pinnacle radiant with a brilliant glow
of flame which, with the added lovely moonlight,
produced a picture beautiful to contemplate.
7.30 o'clock was the hour appointed for the as
sembling of the fire company, and promptly at
that time the foremen of the different companies
reported present and in readiness to start. The
line was immediately formed, the torches, lanterns
and transparencies lighted, and the department
proceeded along Fort, King and Ilichard streets,
to the corner of Beretania-street, where they were
received by the companies of the military, also
equipped with torches, who were to act us escort.
TUE STA BT.
From the corner of Richard and Beretania streets,
the procession m-jved along Beretania-street. the
military companies iu open order, lining the walks
on either side the street, the band under the
leadership of Professor Bereer. occupying the
eenire, and the red and blue shirted firemen in
solid mas, with their engines, briugiug up the
reur, brilliantly illuminated, especially the No. 2,
which made a beautiful and tasteful display. Iu
this order the procession marched to Fort, duwii
Fort to King-street, through King-street to the
entrance to the Palace-yard. Arriving iu the
Palace-yard, the military companies formed three
sides of a hollow square, the department occupy
ing the centre, and the assembled organizitiniiM
and spectators awaited the appearance of His
VIVB LE ROI !
Ill response to the expressed wish of his assembled
aud loyal subjects, the King in company with
Colonel Allen. CoUnel Judd, and Adjutant
laukea, presented himself, and his appearance
was greeted with loud aud prolonged cheering.
After the cessation ot this loyal outburst, CapUiu
Leleo on the part of the military organizations
made the following address :
" May it please your Majesty, we your subjects, mem
bers of the Royal Guards. Prince's Own, Cavalry and
Mamalahoa, have gathered together here this night to
express by our presence and by our words, aa subjects
loyal and true, the respect, esteem and love which we
have for your Royal self and to appropriately honor the
approaching anniversary of yonr Majesty's birth. With
deep humility and feelings of gratitude we return thanks
to the Almighty Ruler for the continued health vouch
safed to your Majesty and we pray that you may long
continue in the enjoyment of the happiness of good
health and remain with us here as a kind and loving
father to the Hawaiian race. As we leave your Majesty's
presence wa send forth to you as the representatives of this
vast assemblage their earnest and heartfelt aloha and
with repeated assurance of love and honor wish you
many returns of yonr natal day. Long live, long live,
long live, our King Kalakaua."
To which His Majesty responded by saying in
To you, all my people, I return my beartful love.
Officers and members of the military organizations pre
sent, I thank yon for the expressions of loyalty and in
terest which have been presented to me this evening, by
Captain Leleo, whom you have chosen to be your
speaker. As evinced in the words which have been
uttered I am confident of the love and respect
of my people which you and I are the natural
defenders. I am pleased, well pleased, to accept the
honest and spontaneous expressions of yonr love, and
hoping the Almighty, the Giver or Lite, and prosperity
to Bhower down blessings on you and
Returning you thanks for the msgnlfi-
cent display with which you have honored my approa-h-
ing birth-day, I give you. Officers and members of the
Cavalry, Household Troops, Prince's Own and Maruals
hoas my earnest ana neartielt Aloha
At command, three rousing cheers were given
by tbe military, and tbe band discoursed tbe well
known strains of the Kamehameha Hymn,
Chief Engineer, George Lucas, First Assistant
Engineer. John Nott, and Second Engineer, James
Dodd. then presented themselves before His
Majesty, as representatives of those whose motto
is " we respond when duty calls " and Chief
Engineer Lucas, on behalf of the Honolulu Fire
Department addressed tbe King as follows :
May it pleaae Youe Majesty. At the laat regular
monthly meeting of Honolulu Fire Department it was
nnanimously resolved that on the eve of Yonr Majesty's
Birthday, the aeveral companies of the department
should celebrate the occasion by forming In line with
their several apparatus and proceed through the princi
pal streets of tbe city with torches. We are honored in
meeting Your Majesty personally on this occasion, an
honor which we all appreciate. It is our earnest desire
to maintain the efficiency of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment and we feel honored to know that Your Majesty
still entertains a Boyal interest in our wellfare. We
sincerely hope that Yonr Majesty will enjoy many anni
versaries. This expression of loyalty and good will struck a
responsive chord in tbe royal breast, and His Mi
iesty replied warmly, expressing his irratito.de to th I
officers aod members of the Honolulu Fire Depart-
nKtfcr,lbJ "'r1 ""irchi"-
The military and ire Companies then passed in
review; and the procession filed oat by the Richard
street entrance of the Palace grounds. The van of
the nrnuessinn was 11 hw ,...u a a
the procession was led by cavalry, under command
or Captain Hoegemann. Then followed the House
hold Troops under command of Capt. Leleo, next t:
Prince's Own, under command of Capt. Kaaba and
J- -' on., it..
bassaWood commanding. The military companies
wore on this occasion, the capes and cloaks mar!e of
yellow cloth in imitation of tbe anolent capes aud
,.v. i it . . .
cloaks worn by Hawaiian warriors in the day, of j
Kamehameha tbe Conqueror. These wer gotten op j
as a uniform representing the oust nines of th past,
and intended for an exhibition of anoisnt Hawaiian
games and jousts in the presenoe of Qen. Grant,
when a visit from th American ex-Proideat w&i
expected aouie tiuiv ago. liicoe cape and cloakf pro'
ducfl au imprest ve and unique effect. They wvro
exhibited for the first time a while ago on the oor i
ion of an exhibition of ancient lanco throwing,". .
the plain of Kulaokahaa, and they produced a feij
attt active effect on the night cf the great torchlight
The Procession moved in the following order :
Chief Marshal Captain Hsgetnann
Household Troops Captain Leleo
Prince's Own Captain Kaaba
Mamalahoa Captain Penhasa Wood
Aid to Marshal Captain Cbas. Wilson
Chief Eogineer II. F. D , George Lucas
Assistant Engineers John Nott, James Dodd
Honolulu Engine Company No. 1 S. M. Wbitmso,
Mechanic Engine Company No. 2 Charles Luot ,
Hawaii Engine Company No 4 James Boyd, Fore
Pacific Hose Company No. 1 W. J. Bryaon,Fori
Protection Hook and Ladder Company No. 1- -
Samuel Novrlein. foreman
China Engine Company No. 6 W. C. Akina, For
The route chosen showed good judgment, ac '
embraced the following streets : Starting from tt c
corner of Beretania and RicharJ streets, through
Beretania street to tort street, down Fort street to
King street, down King street to the Palace, act
into the 1'altoe yard, out ot tne 1'alace yaru.
through Richard street gate, down Richard street r
King stteet, up King to Punchbowl street, then 00
Beretania street, down Beretania to Nuuanu stree .
down Nuuanu to Kiog street, up King to Fo t
street, up Fort to Bell Tower, at which point tl
companies were dismissed.
SPORTS OF THE DAY.
Among the sports provided for pleasure-seekers
daring the day, the Yacht race came first on th
programme. The original entries for the contes
were five in number, viz : Sloop Whaler, Capt. Geo
Gilley ; sloop Sarah, Capt. W. Williams ; sloop Pau
line, Capt. W. L. Wiloox ; tchoouer Kapiolani, Capt.
Townsend, and schooner Mokuola, Capt. Brown.
Before the hour for the race Capt. Wiloox was com
pelled to withdraw the Pauline, being short of a
proper mainsail. The boats started from the foot of
Fort Street, the first to get away, on acoount of time
allowance, being the Whtler, the word being- given
to "let go "at 10.16, the Sarah followed suit at
10.18, the Kapiolani at 10.23 and the Mokuola st
10.23.30. The wind was light and variable, in the
harbor from the northwest and north, and outsido the
Passage shifting round to the southward. The course
was from Fort-street wharf, out the Passage, rouud-
iog the spar-buoy to leeward, thence to a boat sta.
tioned off Waikiki, then down the reef to a boat
anchored midway between the Passage and Pearl
River, then to windward to tho bell-buoy, passing it to
windward, thence back through the Passage to the
original starting point. The prizes were three in
number $50, $30, aud $20 and were won by
Capt. Gilley in bis whaleboat, first ; sch. Mokuola
second, sloop Sarah third ; the schooner Kapiolani
saving stakes by coming in fourth. The race was
closely watched from start to fiuish, the interest
being deepened by ibe close proximity of Ibe larger
vessels to one another during the first hour.
THE TnOTTIXa RACE.
At the conclusion of the yacht race, the pleasure-
seekers, whose time and inclination induced them
thither, wended their way to Kapiolani Park to
witness a trotting race between the mare Dolly
Varden and King William. The conditions of the
race were mile beats, best two in three, and for a
purse of $200 a side owners to drive. . The
start was made at 2.80, aud the first heat was
won by the horse in 8 10, the mare close behind.
The horse also wou the second beat and race by a
neck in 3 12. Ihe gentlemanly manner in wbiob the
race was contested reneetcu creJit on the parti
THE BOAT BACK.
The next performance, aud on which wound up
the programme of sports for the day was the raoe
between three gigs belonging to His Majesty, each
pulling six oars, with coxswuin. The Kauoelani.
manned by a crew composed of members of Ihe Pool
Association ; the A " manned by Charley Wilson's
crew ; and the Male, by crew of boat boys. This
eveut created couMideruble interest among both
natives and foreigners, and long before the start tbe
wharves were lined, and riggings of the vessels wers
filled with eager spectators The boats were brought
in line at a few minutes past 4 o'clock, and, after a
little delay, the judge (Mr. James Robertson), gave
tbe word, and away the contestants sped (propelled
by a white abb breeze) for the turning point ihe
spar buoy. The A. obtained the lead, and kept it to
tbe spar-buoy, turning that point 12 seconds ahead
of the Kauoelani, the Male third. Coining home tht
A.'s crew seemed to weaken ; the Kunoelsni spurt
ing, and taking the lead, camu in the winner of Ihe
race ; the Male secooJ, and tbe A. third. Time,
about 20 minutes.
l'tie Ella brings us later d;iten from San Fran-,
Cisco, ana Willi tiieru news ol the Presidential
election. Up to the time of the, vesecl's sailing,
some doubt as to details remained, but, as neatly j
ns could be defined, the following is the result :
ManMi lniettH ....
New Hampshire ,
The day of election passed off quietly in San Fran
cisco, thanks to tbe dcw election laws, which appear
to be excellently aevisea ibe esse was otherwise
elsewhere, especially in the larger cities of- the
Union. Io Denver, Colorado, an anti-Chinese mob
to have been in nnsse.ion nf ihn rfw f
PPcft 10 nave teen in posstSbloli of the cjty for
UUI6 UiAjro ll IUI IV IIIC CICUUUII. L UO UTIItl Ol IU1S
disgraceful riot was a report that sou 200 Chines
bad been engaged in California by contaactors for i
railroad construction in Colorado. About IM houses
occupied by Chinese were gutted by the mob, and
those of tbe uolortunate occupants whom the nolioe
did not manage to hide away were brutally treated
and at least one killed. What would happtm if
handful of American citizens weie so treated in a
Chinese town 1
Tbe intelligence fiom Europe has no new cbkrao- .
teristics. In Britain it is still Irish affairs, in Franc
tbe expulsions of tbe religious Order from . their
homes, and throughout Europe the. wretched 'town
of Duluigno, that occupy tbe prominent plaoes
amongst the news. The intended prosecution of th
chiefs of the Land League, with Paruell and Dillon
among tbe rest, creates an intense excitement In
Ireland. By warnings and th teats the landlords are
being driven out of the country. The Irith World,
a paper which is printed in New Yoik to be distri
buted gratis in Ireland, openly advocates tbe con
fiscation of all tht land aud its distribution to its
present occupants, on the ground that tbe tenure of
tbe owners is derived from conquest, and should b
Violent storms bave prevailed throughout Europe.
tbe Atlantic and South America d'ing great damage .
J . u 1 IT r
and causing much loss of life
oe T1" naTe not yet c'reo ut Dulcigno,' and
let the latter surrender the town. Io it 3 meantime,
the combined fleet has net diupcrscd as farmer -tele-'
a?10" e a to expeat. Mr. UlnJont wjuld.it la
at tms banquet on Lord Mayor's tloy, (9th
No,ember) explain bis views as to the seUlement of
Greek afiairs, so far as they are affected by tbe
Treaty of lierlia. , , , ( . , , ,
The IeruTiDS having refused to tnrrinder any
further .ooquests, acd the ultimate capture of
Lima. '..l.a. r. , .:''.,
,In Aia tLe Kurda mnd " are fighting, but
what about it is not possible to form an opinion from
the meagre accounts yet received. : C . v.. ' :a
In Afghanistan, the new Ameer is not makios
progress in the affections of nis people. It was at
tine tiuit- rumored that be bad been murdered doriof
an insurrection at Cabul. Tbe probability thai
Candabar will become permanently a British posse
t'.ou seems of late to bave been much strengthened '