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It i(e i om if. nj mwe d ..i.t.i.g than, another, il l
l.aeaj, m 4 fi.mliifi.tr- r-..l.f h.l urAf i to b a gl
"" l tao, aa f-t inierere., ae the I kmc al.de into a
itntliw .ira aderti-meit. -J a pair .hou! I be aal
poo s and if the biiim Usn m ha the proper iid(. V
It r i"l an inifalnct-.m to the f.l...r iti-h a d elr-a
l and the g ' 'rtM-- V r n I r.. '-it
n.i r ntitrKo.
and y itat ' to eii for intoi-.
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I.N,HmUOR3E HEAD BKANDUB'DikA.
A Butrbawr ol la a AaleV ?taM- The t ir le.l out
kt it.ettoo a Lorae i (ioJ rnodii.oa and .mmith-ovaie-l.
The buyer howe.er, ihoofti te i too aticet.t f hi u.
Th holr, oo the aly. iDj-c 1 I.tii uf that Brand in a
l.4 j J Mate iota the bcrae'v eje. The effect waa Bf3l.
I: mum) the animal to equine youth ; aril IhT m
r,7 rrtv'vrr praa ia( aroand the jM N. bMtW atiould
b- w .thKl U. Aod tb0 there in.
la alt tiap
bAKtfcKt-Hi LIGHT rRrfli, LAKOL fl L-.
SMALL fLluJ LEAP H4pt:
4 fl K A L LEAP,
.-i half niurl Inf. aoJ arxxh-r kiaJ that
I bl'I.K, IN TIN FOIL, riOLACK. ELRLKA. r.N.NY '
mr ST AH Mn.iV roMTT '
. , T f" r . ,T . .. k i
A oy uf xXvmmr braodt of tobao-o are nice they will ntake '
yoor mouth water.
MANILA, the be U the KING KALaKALA, a .
ae 4bJ One brand put np (if ihLt market ; rharicar
and laaiy. Ao I vtrioua other trD.I
SIFT FAIR. OLD JUDGE, SWEET CAPuRAI
DURHAM. POWIIATTAN. CARDINAL, !
W.th many other hraoda thai I expert to hare. 1
MrER-'rHAt VI. and n humb.it. rll of ENGLISH '
RIR HexD. CHERRY, APPI.K, CI AY. not forget ;
Gil CORN C'JB, an.1 maoy other tin.li I cannot i
now enumerate. '
cioar & cigarette holders. !
IFERCHAI'M. AMBER. WOOD, HORN, and RAW I
HIDE, the Cnet of all.
I r Ar too farniaa to be mentioned " a
Ul KH M.
MAY yl' FEN
PFRl F.CTION STRAIGHT Cl'T. MARCH ANT: Lib
VIRniMIt. MARCH AST," MEDICATED, put bp
with aa y to the requirement, of pertont having
SOFT TEETH and HARD BEEFSTEAKS It
MnUli digf-uioo, aod judlciou. rrfiertlon.
A I.I. Til ENE THINGS. JL MAXT OTHERS.
Can be had at
MARCH ANT'S SMOKING EM
PORIUM, au?u.tf XO. 18. FORT STREET.
I-AT K A lilt IV A I.S,
A ! .41.1. LOT IIF THE CELEBRATED
BOISNARD, GONZALEZ & CO.
riH R AMI riVECROWX
I NVCKPASSED FOR
MEDICAL OR FAMILY USE.
E. S. CUNHA.
retail dealer in choice wines
AIEKI HtNT T. BETWEEN BETH EL
AND FORT STREET".
TO STAND THIS SEASOfJ!
HEADV TO HTAND FOR
M 4 R E
lm. Im .Sveaoiber. I'll-
T tr B I THI RTT DOLLtR C H Mney to be
paid tMiin t4 each Mare.
GOVERNOR TAFRI '" 'V RuBFRT
TKAT. E4 , of Pan FraocWa. and w gl h, the celehra
tt bor. Nwrfwlk, he by Leatstw.
GOVERNOR HArilRD'i d. -
raer.y Urrr Ealw-Ao he by aadarrbrr.
F- farthev particular, ff'r t Aiw
tirrMaa and ErglL
m.u UtMr,. J,,HS A CI MMIS
Waiaaanalu, Aag. 1, 1SS1.
IX Ire w.lj be alteoded U. and. after 20 dy. W
w-en wdl ne charged. No re.p"rud.,:jy taken in raw
LATE OF 4N FR iM'IMU
, ntaMiel luaelf at K I i 1".. -pp...t
. Carnage Factory.
FINE WATCH WORK
a PrCIAl.Tir,an4 ati.faotiow g-arante. Ap. i. SI It
LAND FOR SALE
KAPA TT .A. PTY.
tH a: t N DERSlO N ED V r LI. -T" I AT
valuabi. Piece of n. w. V ..Tn ifk
- . r . LT : w.m ill.. ,ri.u n..v
-CWMM WW, " . .. . . rv 1,.1
i7i-i.bv itOLrk" for farther partw-atar.
31 fir rtifrti.Sfmfnt.3.
COTTAGE TO LET.
1'TH IMMKHMTi: l'(iK"M(t-C?-;
Y taiual r'B, auJ Lain. i.:-rr ar. I ..i-r.ci
Newly tai.f. and c(Ir oji'rioc ii1 i'ea.er.t t ..' f.r
recant. Sitc.Hev ii.ar Ntiuanu Aifaar. Kr.!. $?0 jt
F RANK GODFREY.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
XT Hl'KCiESS UK; TO NOIIK1 IIIH
1 (..jiioujfT) toj l!,f bu'.: r fvrilt. l.e ha- re
a I to -ntsrul"u foiii n
NO. VI. Kl Nf. MTKKKT.
ofo.te Mr. M J. Ri' Carriage Kator .
Il .ola. Au; Ch. 11. ajjlTlci
4 I.I. HKHSOV ARK IIF.RKHI FORBID
d'O from rihc in the H.-illMj Kl jIITSm the laa.U
. Iw.waai Eakanoni r.l Kij-abulu, Kal.hi nf Miuhli. and Paj-
. uiil Kakaaom. in nana. Mae.. Any t ur-.l o I'ir(
ttcji pm.mno lnrm ccy Agot, U I Corra, wjll t
! frorotJ to tb fallt extent r.f tr,e law
! J. KAMIO HKI'I.l.'.
j II .aolulo. Auj. Jilb, 115l. aitFl3.1m
; 3 H. AO A MS IS IXSTRI (TED Kl M.
' WlJ .Mclarrcy.tbe MnrlgaRe Daoml in a r?rt.ii IaJ-atur
l Miri?j. rrcorUcJ in l.lbr aJ, on raen 'Jsl, 2- anJ 'i),
i anl io coinqupnC" of the breach cl tli covnuh roatameJ
o the ,.J d'nl. to itU at hi room, Qaeen Street, lioooluiu
r.jr PuUr Aartioo. oo faturiay, thethinl Jar of Septertber,
. at 12 o'clock, oooo, a piere of LanJ .tua;el at Knoh. on
' the Itlaol of Oaho, rootaiaioi fir st an l CluOiha
. h.o. Jxrr.txsl in Royal Patent St. 4.0J0.
Alro, two trart of Laoii aitaate at Kaneobe aforenait). cn
umin? together tvo acres and bMOOlha rbaiD, d'srnbe J in
Royal Fa'ent So. 2,040, an-1 now, or late, the property of one
Maine () For further Information apply to
Solicitor fur the Mortgage, 6rt Fort Hi., Honolulu,
au'A),3t or to tbe Auet.ODeer.
IVE HAVE RECEIVED A CHOICE
EOT of If ay and (Wain ex recent arrivals, and have
trie largest atock in tbe Kingdom, cnnnting id prt of Oat.
Wheat, and Mixed Hay, Brao, New Zealand and Ifamhol.lt
''ts Wl.le and Ground Barley. Whole and Cracked turn.
tt 0,1 C'ke Nem1' MJ"". MiaeJ Feed. Ac., iP.
WK WILL XOT BE IWDEROLI)
t. N V ONf" rt ,
ry All kindu of Uram Ground lo Order.
LAIiiE & CO.
I U1VK THIS 1)11 ILSTIBLISIIKO MYSKLF
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT,
; Dealer in Dry Goods, Hardware, &
F. D'A. MARQUEZ.
IIOM AHO. KAT. HAWAII.
Auut 12th, Hsl. aiig.'T.Ciu
Talie Notice !
n , 0 . rt
General Groceries and Provisions,
ALSO, A Ft'l.L LINE OP
I hare now conuerted with my EMabliihroeat
ITTK DEPOT !
Where Fre,h Milk from the wel-.knoiro PAHAA DAIRY
may be obtained
Uoud will be delivere in any portion of the City, free of
. Order, from the other Inland attended to promptly.
j-4 Sn J. D. RAMSEY, CI Hotel Street.
CLOSING OUT SALE
MRS. L. J. WHITCOMB
retire to RETURN THANKS for the liberal patronage
rereived io the pa.t. aod lo annoance the ladie. i.f
Honolulu aod vicinity that he U
?loiinsr Out IIci Stock
! LATEST STYLESS MILLIEHVGnOIIS
And Will rti.pe of ihern at the
LOWEST RATES 1 CASH j'
l Al'l.- .l-irin U..l. in Ihm line will do well b take ad-
aiitaife of tbi. opportunity, a. at no time heretofore
have SI'CH BARGAIN:! been offered to
CALL AND SEE THEM!
Trwiblf la Sbow l.oud at
Mrs. L. J. Whitcomfs Millinery Rooms
Nw. Ut Kias Street, near Fri.
lm (LP STAIRS.)
X 1VE ,
No. 71, Nuuanu Ptrert, oppcite McLean Bro.
XX Ua now open for public inspection a large stock of flrt
fir. i and Choice Oood, compriing i
Dry dc Fancy Goods
Gf Dtl -tiif r Chlldre n't l e, Faglhh, Frrntb and
IhlBf-i Silks f all Colors Colorrd Satins,
Ladles' and Gentlemen' roderwrar.
A .ptetidid line of Sock aod Stocking.. Bilk. Woolleon, Cot
toa io all color. Bet Baibnggans for Ladies, Children aod
Slaboa-,. I.ltoe. Jf wrlry, Hats Caps, BouH 1 Shoes.
IY F'"t Cla Gwida at ettremely low prices. Stock con
tinually being ad Jed to by every Steamer.
Glvo mo n. Oct.3.1.
The following Gouda which will be .ld at
HOTTOM PRICKS s
Bile. Bt Cal. taenia Ha.
California Hard Red BrUka.
Barrel. Freh California Lime.
While Bro. Bet Enrlih Portland Cement.
Man. la Rope., Blanket.. Pea Jacket..
Iim Salmoo. I and I lh. tina;
Cae. Oyatera. 1 anl 2 Hi. I. a.;
Ales, Wines and Liquors ;
i aw Braody,
Caae. Martell'f Braody.
Caae. Boclelleau 4-daaoci Brar. lv,
Caak Bontelleau M Henoev Brandy.
I tm Cutler No. 1 ami O K VTbiaky.
Cae. O F C K F Wbiaiy,
Cavi Duff U.iiJoo Skerry.
Caae. Beat ErfUail Poll Lie,
i a- BWt California Port Wioe,
lava Claret, be brands;
f'siv. Old Madena and other Wine.,
liv, Bert KngUah Ale, qM and pi.
Caae. B"K Engbah Porter, qt arvt pl,
t iv. tot. Iou.. Beer. qt aod pit.
Cawt Boca Beer. c,n ai.J t
All the Well-known Brands
BEST ENGLISH ALES & PORTER
roWANTLa KLPT l STOCK.
At the above meutione.1 Uol will be fl.l uti tbe
Most Reasonable Terms
F. T. LENEHAIM &, CO.
E. S. CUNHA.
RETAIL WINE DEALER.
Uv THE REAR OF-
bllMSi PBF.JIlsr.SS.i5 IJEBCUIMSTHKET,
OPPOrllE MESsR3 CISKCE C J
an 1 SI
Reception at Aliiolani Hale.
!i I: ! : , t'.- Ju l iust., i4t II o'.-Uxk . vt
i.-i-i-j,ti.-..u :it Ahinl.ti.i Il:tlf, im which orcu-ioij.
Hi r.. cllrtioy W. I.. Jrv-n. Minister of Toreign
AS'.iii. .rf iit-l tf. Her I'.oyal Highness His
i:--'lf-ucy .I.itnfs Conilv, U. S. Minister Res-
i l i.t: MujV.i- J H. WfKleLon-.e, H. K. Maj-
t-ty .'oijiiui-;..i;r jirl Cuiistil-Lleiir-ral aiiii
Mon-i. r.r H.-nri F,-. r. Cnul an l Commissioner
of 1'i.mt.t wlw .u ia. J Moiiirur .1. liatard.
t'hau. . ll..r of tL- I n in h Legation.
M.tjor J mi, H. V.l,-hrmse, II. U. Majesty's
'.ii:iiiiiu:u r uu 1 t'oii-'.il-Griieral then iutro
-1h( ,1 to Hi i:,..il HL'liii. s-, thr fullowins of-
li.-. -i . of II. I;. M. S Cannrt." KtlwurJ Burke,
( '. iiiiuau l. r: llal.t-tt ( . . TLoral.l. Lieutenant
11. N.; Eurae-d n-H. Li.-ntenaiit l:. N.: Rich. J.
handler, Paviu.i-.trr 11. V
His Exi ell. ticv, The Miiii-t, r of Foreign Af
f-tii- th-n j.i. i.t- .1 t. H- r Royal Highness the
f..ll.. ui n. lulu -r-i of the Coiisular Corps, F
A. S-hai-:Yr. E-..J.. Consul for Italv; J. C. Glade,
Emij.. Con-.nl f.r the German Empire ami Consul
for Sv.vjen y or way; Dr. Hoffmann, Austro
Huitv'firi.in Con-.ul: D. A. McKiuley, Esq., V. S
Cnii,nl: II. V. T..inr-, Ej..., Cousul for Mexico
anJ Viee-Coiisul for .Huin; Jason l'erry, Es.j.,
Con-til for Portugal: S. M. Damon, Esq., Acting
Consul for lJ.-lgium miuI th- Netherlands; T. li.
Walker. Esq., Acting liritish Vice-Consul and
Chun Eong, Esq., Chinese C'oiutuercial Agent.
I'll- oftiot i- of the Government Department
were then presented and subsequently many
Ladies and Gentlemen:
IL r Royal Hi-hne-s was at tended on this oc
casion by IT. R. II. Rrincef.s Likelike. Mrs. A.
F. Judd,Mts. H. A. P. Carter, Mrs. J. S. Walk
er, Mis. L. MeCully, Miss Mclntyre. Mrs. C. T.
Gulick. Mrs. C. li. Wilson. Miss Sheldon and
Mi-..s Conev; Their Excellencies W. L. Green, n.
A. P. Carter and J. S. Wa'lker, His Ea. J. O.
Domini-, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn. Hon. A. F. Judd,
Hon. P. Kniioa. Hon. J.3L Kapena, Hon. S. N.
Ca-tle, Hon. J. Moanauli. Hen. G. Rhodes, Hon.
P. I-.ei.berg. Hon. J. E. Rash, Honorable E.
O. Hall, W. J. Smith, W. P. Wood, J. U. Ka"
wainni. D. Kuh.mu. M. Kuaea, W. M. Ciibsou,
M. Mahnk.t. T. L. Kinimaka, W. Ruckle, Col-
onrU W. P. Alien. C. P. Iaukea, J. II. Rovd.
Major- C. T. Gulick and A. Rosa.
Hon. .Ino. r. Bi mi has tieen appointed Tax Assessor
for the ln-tri.t of Honolulu. viceClias. H. J add. absent.
JOHN S. WALKER,
A ii . J7tb. Minister of Finauce.
Mr. J. t. Trckr.R bi l-een appointed Tax Asseawir for
tUe pi-tlru t of Ka tiLau. Kauai, iu place of C. I'ogrint,
re-iaed. JOHN S. WALKER.
Aiik- 2"tli- Minister of Eiaauce.
Mr. J. V. Km. I' a has been apixnnted Tax ARse.gor for
the Luotrlct l T ahaitis. Maui, iu place of A. Fornander,
reiKUed. JO UN S. WALKER.
Auk. 27tli. Minister of Finaiice.
persons have leen commissioned
for the taxation Districts of the
as Ta As-e-sor
Kiitt'doia for the venr lsSl.
C H Judd
, ..Frank brown
S K Mahoe
...T W Everett
.1" II Havseldeu
. . . L Severance
..II M Whitney
J H Hoapill
...S H Mahuka
R A I.yinau
f iti A: Waiauae.
M A C I.
l"l,4.i .v. l.ana.
South Kona. . .
Soiitii Kol.ala .
J O Tucker
I II Kapuniai
J H Kaita
S. WALKER, Minister of Finance,
Kawaibau. . .
NEW FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
PLEASANTLY IN A NICE
Apply at No. ifiO Nuuanu Avenue.
ROOMS TO RENT.
''O LKT NE.4TLV KCRNISIIKO ROOMS
at 47 Puncblioul ptre-t.
HOC SC. ON Pl'XCHBOUI, STREET.
- between ileretania Street and Palace Walk, lo a Good
T-nant. None other need apply. Eoquiie f.f
jcl23 tf UR. McGREW, Hotel Street.
""IfR. A. A. .MONT A NO WISHES TO IX-
i'l lotnt hi Irien.N and the public in general, that he ban
just returned from the
V O I.C A X O. K I LA C EA ,
ai.d from there he broufiht a fine collection of View and
Mereocnpica of the Crater, and alao the late.t View of the
Lava Flow of Flilo, Hawaii. For aale at
MONTA NO'S Photograph Gallery,
augi7,'2t Comer of King JL Fort Street., Honolulu, II. I.
riT The San Fian iso JHVi Uor of the 11th
August has the following in regard to the con--ecration
of Rishop Hermann: " Rev. Father
Hermann, of Honolulu, Sandwich Islands,
having be. n nominated by the Pope as Rishop
of Olba. Coadjutor Ri-hop of Honolulu, recently
arrived in this city for the purpose of being
consecrated to the Episcopal dignity. The cer
emony will take place at St. Mary's Cathedral,
on Sunday, the ilst inst.. on which occasion
hi- tirace Archbishop Alemauy will be Conse
crator. a i-ted by Rt. liev. Eugene O'Connell,
..f firass Vall.y, an.l Ri-hop Raymoudi, of
Hong Kong. The Ri-hop-eiect is by birth a
(ouu.iii ; was edncr.tf .l at Louvain. and has
be, ii a mis-ion.irv in the Sandwich Islands for
l. . ally thirty years. He is accompauied by two
othtr mi ionaries iu the same field Fathers
Aubcit and I.e. .nor. all being members of the
t lid. r f the S.iered Heait. The family name
of the Ri-h. p-clect i- Koeckemann. but he is
Luomii in ltliiou a- Father Hermann."
;V The .1 7t ('n.'lr'.jDiia, of the lth in-taut,
has the following in legard to the horses which
have ju-t been iuqx'irted here by the W. H.
Meyer and the I). C. Murray: The two ship-luetit-
comprised fott y-tliiv hend of hor-en,
tii'tv mule- and a l.d i.f deer: twenty. three bng-.i.--.
rock away- aiul phaetons, and thirteen set
of -iu,!e and double harnc-f. together with
blanket-. l.q-robe- and whips. The following
i- a pal ti.il li-t of some of the -lock, and the
prices for which they w, re -old: Thoroughbred
-t.illioii Venture." irl.lVl; Music." chestnut
in. oe. i.ii-...lbv Mi . '! lueiit. 2'.''". FidTiiy
1. .r." black mar,-, -ir.-.l by Kansas Central."
1 7 " : Venus." bay filly, three years old. by
Thai Steven-." : Juno." thoroughbred
l.'.lv. two years old. by " Thad Stevens." $2t;
id.." bay ln.ile. eight years old. sired by
shil.i." "ih; Mciuito," Lay hor-e, four
. :tis old. sire 1 by General McCU-llan." 27.k
."M.trr Heiirv." bav hor-e. three years old. sired
by H.niy.''' o"v": Bullion." chestnut geld
in rive year- ol.W. -ired lay Errington," dam
tV'ie. ii." :lo!i: thoroughbred ' Norfolk,"
loulc. si Veal- old.'iOO. thoroughbred "Loili,"
ui.oe. 1T": pacing mate, -ired by Billy Hay
w.nd." t'.- old. aiul v.ry promising. ;!7-:;
bay -in -1. foot, i , eight year- old trottrr,
record. 2.i') ' price private. The balance of
the hof-es were bought for a livery stable, at
prict a ranging from 12 to SU",). Two of the
Honolulu -tock raiders have commissioned Mr.
Rowley to buy one hundred head of thorough
bred Dui ham cattle before the - of December
(ilomnif rr ial Sibber lisc-r.
SEPTEMBER 3. ls?l
NOTES OF THE WEEK.
Cf It is under-tood that 4. O. C. -npp
lh. for H. A. P. C. to the S. P.
V Let us no on Wing gulled." A.Uice o
editor of (laTlttr to its readers. The advie
ne are giaa to acituuie aguiu iu uuuu-
lulu. Captain Rourke and his officers of H. B
M. . Gannet.
A little child at Punahon died daring the
week from the effects of swallowing a quantity
of white paint. No inquest was held.
It is to be hoped that steps will be taken
at an earlv dav, to obtain a portrait of the late
Chief Ju-tiee Harris, to be placed in the Legis
lative, and Supreme Court Hall.
According to a private letter from Brus
sels, Col. Armstrong Vould leave the Royal
party at Cologne and proceed to Wiesbaden, to
visit his brother-in-law, Mr. Banning.
11? The Grand Marshals for His Majesty's
reception on arrival at the Capitol, request par
ties wishing to eoiniminicate with them to ad
dress them Post Office Bos No. 150.
JJt Mr. Edward Fnrgie, Special Agent for
the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company of
California, has arrived from Sau Francisco to
again endeavor to spread the benefits of Mutual
aud registered Life insurance in tnese islands
fiar Marshal Parke has gone to Kohala .to
look after a Deputy-Marshal obnoxious to cer
tain ministers; aud he will do well to look after
several more of hi3 Deputy-Marshals, who are
obnoxious to nearly every body.
I'iT A cricket match took place yesterday
afternoon between a team from H. B. M. S.
Gannett and the first eleven of the Honolulu
Cricket Club, resulting in a victory to the latter.
We are unable to give space to a report of the
The newly arrived immigrants from the
Azores have very promptly formed engagements.
The last of them left the Immigration Barracks
on Thursday afternoon. With the exception of
a single family they have all gone to the other
S The annual meeting of the Honolulu
Library and Reading Room Association for the
election of officers of the Association etc., will
be held this evening at the Reading Room. The
officers of the past yeat will be glad to see a full
attendance of members to receive their report,
and select their successors.
J"?5 Ice ought to be cheap in Honolulu. Mr.
Foster's new factory is reported ready for a start,
ftnd Mr. Wilder is putting up machinery that
should enable him to produce the article at a
minimum cost. The consumption of ice would
be gTeatly increased if it could be had here at
the same price as in San Francisco.
I"jp The quarterly meeting of the British
Benevolent Society - will be held on Monday
evening in the room of the Mechanic Engine
Co., No. 2, on King St., at half-past seven
o'clock. It is to be looped that those who, at
the annual meeting, objected to the discon
tinuance of these quarterly meetings will put in
an appearance on this occasion.
I" John Bull and Brother Jonathan,
though they have given each other hard knocks.
can fraternize very pleasantly sometimes. On
the last Fourth of July a British military organ
ization in the city of Shanghai, China, named
the " Shanghai Artillery Corps," turned out,
fired a salute, and otherwise contributed
towards the celebration of the " Glorious
Fourth." So savs the Celestial Empire.
Ilf The British Detached Squadron left Syd
ney on August 10th. Much to the delight of
officers and men the route was changed at the
last moment and the squadron will call at Bris-
band, Queensland, instead of going direct to
Fiji. New Zealand has been struck off the pro
gramme, pronaoiy on account ot tne stringent
quarantine regulations prevailing there against
vessels sailing from the port of hydney.
The following programme of music will
be played by the Band, in Emma Square, this
afternoon, commencing at half-past 4 o'clock :
March Railroad Oser
Overture The Golden Cross Bruell
'avatina Fansta Donizetti
Waltz Life Let Ls Cherish Strauss
Selection Mignon Thomas
tialop Wally .'......Heinsdorf.
The next moonlight concerts will take place
on the evenings of Monday and Tuesday. Sep
tember rth and Gth, in Emma Square.
jgjdjT" Miss Carrie D. Castle proposes to im
part instruction on the piano. This young lady
gave great promise a few years ago of superior,
taste and talent in her performance on this in
htrnment. Her manipulation in the rendering
of classic styles was admirable; and a subsequent
attendance at the Conservatory of Music in Bos
ton, and other excellent musical opportunities
have fully confirmed the promise, and imparted
s superior style to Miss Castle's execution.
J"5" Mr. Wilder has just imported some new-
machinery for his Ice Works. The pump has
a t2 ft. stroke, with cylinder of 12 inches diame
ter. Those at present in nse in Honolulu have
cylinders of only 6 inches diameter. An engine
to drive the new pump has arrived with it. Mr.
Wilder is erecting new buildings to accomodate
the increased plant and for the purpose of
storing ice. These various improvements will
nvolve an expenditure of $10,000.
Say, Neighbor, who is the "acknowledged
leader of the Cabinet?" Who is our political
loss? You are in the ring secrets, and we would
like to know. Rut let us know whether this
"acknowledged leader" is by appointment; by
common consent; or by assumption.
And also tell us where is that "lack of reti
cence'' in the Cabinet. Who is it that blabs?
Is it one who discloses every contract, report or
conversation to promote a personal bias; or who
is it? Don't be so enigmatic. Be emphatic.
Je?" Small-pox was still spreading in Sydney
up to the date of the latest telegram received
prior to the City of Sydney's leaving Auckland,
lp to August 11th, there had been 24 cases in
all and 7 deaths. Four more cases had oc
curred up to the loth. The Sydney Ttlegraph of
Aug. 11th, says : "The last discovered patients
are two children living at Croydon, a suburb
alioiit eight miles from Sydney, and how the
infection was carried to that place cannot be as
certained. The erection of the sanatorium at
Little Bay, which will accommodate 120 patients,
i- being rapidly pushed on. Nearly 200 men are
employed on the building.''
Z7f The strong feeling which has long pre
vailed iu the Colonies almut the nnrequited
slaughter of white meu in the Melanesian
Islands ha. been showiug itself in England
also, It has been officially announced that Cap
tain Maxwell, of the Emerald, would be appoin
ted Deputy High Commissioner, and that he
would le authorized to deport any Rritish
subjects considered dangerous, or guilty of any
acts of oppression towards the natives. Also
that extended powers would be given to the
High Commissioner to enable him to punish any
natives guilty of outrages upon British subjects,
aud that the British men-of-war on the Austra
lian station, would be required to visit the
islands of the western Pacifi; more frequently
CF On the 10th of last mouth, President
Garfield performed his first official act since tho
2nd of July, by signing a formal requisition for
the extradition of criminals wEo some time since
took refuse in Canada, and were in custody of
he Canadian authorities pending the action of
tne tiovt-rniiieut of the I luted States.
I's The officers and members of the Hawa
iian military companies entertained Her Ryal
Highness the Princess Regent. Her Royal High
ness the Princess Likelike, and Hon. Mr. Cleg-
hjrn. at dinner yesterday evening. The Hon.
J. M. Kapena and Hon. -Jno. E. Bush, and
Hon. S. K. Kaai were also present as guests.
lue proceedings, which were very enjoyable.
were not protracted, and were distinguished by
tne enure aoseuce of intoxicating liquor? from
Lif" A chinaman named Lu Tow, was.prose-
cuted on Saturday last for depositing filth on
the street in Honolulu, iu breach of Regulation
No. 11 of the Board of Health. There had been
a row between the defendant and the driver of
the dust cart, who appears to have decidedly
misbehaved himself, and the Magistrate dismissed
the charge. It would be a very good thing if
iteguzatiou 1 1 were more strictly enforced. The
filthy habits of a great number of the inhabi
tants of this town want a sharp check.
ATrr.MPTKD ssriciDK. tin Sunday evening,
the -2-th ult., a young miau named R. McLean.
shot hiuisei! with a revolver, inflicting two
bC-vere w.ninds, in the house of Mr. Lishmau.
aue iniaiuaieu young man urea lour stiots one
ball cut his right ear, and entered the back part
oi his neck; another ball penetrated the abdo
men; and a third ball indicted a slight surface
wound. He is alive at this date, but not con
sidered out ot danger, it is said that unre
quited love and disappointed passion caused
this desperate attempt upon his own life.
I"5 Keoue Puleole was committed for trial
on Wednesday last for forging the name of J.
G. Kipp, as an endorsement to a draft for $4 CO,
made payable to the order of the latter. Pay
ment of the draft had been stopped, and when
it was presented at Messrs. Wiu.G.lrwin A- Co s.
office, the defendant and another man who was
with ' m were at once arrested. Puleole then
saL .nat he found the draft at a watering place
on Miiea plantation, and that he had bronght it
there to give it to Mr. Irwin. As the man had
got his companion, Keawe, to go in and present
the draft for payment, his good intentions were
not believed m.
iW A well known old resident in Honolulu,
Captain William Thompson, died suddenly on
Thursday morning at his residence, at the foot
of Maunakea-stteet. A post mortem examination
made bv Drs. M'Kibben and Hutchinson re
vealed the cause of death disease of the heart.
The doctors " fonud the substance of the heart
itself diseased, the tissue of the auricles being
abnormally thin, and that of the left ventricle
hypertrophied ; the aortic valves were insuffi
cient, and contained extensive atheromatous
deposits." Notwithstanding these serious or
ganic ailments, the deceased lived to the ad
vanced age ot aoout iu years, lie was born in
these islands, was brought up to the sea, sailed
for a long time on the coasts of Mexico and South
America, and subsequently was master ot a
vessel engaged m the inter-island trade. Capt.
I bompsou was the father of Mr. m. 1 honipsou,-
of Waiohinn, Hawaii better known as known
as William Kaaemoku.
13?" Tlie Zealandia is expected to make a fast
passage from San Francisco, and if her mails
were ready for her to time, we may look for
her arrival here about 4 o'clock this afternoon;
If she should arrive at any time before 7 p.m.,
the Mendelssohn Quintette Club will give an
evening concert here. As the Music Hall is en
gaged, Mr. Wray Taylor, who is acting as agent
for the club, has secured the use of the large
dining-hall at the Hawaiian Hotel. All who
have telephonic communications with their pre
mises will receive notification from the central
office in case the concert is to come off. The
programme for the concert will be in character
like the following
Part I. 1. Quintette in B Hat. op. 87, Mendelssohn
Allegro-vivai'e. 2. Ballad, or Aria, by Miss Cora
Miller. 3. Concerto tor Flute, on La Sonnambula (Ter-
shack), by William Srhade. Quartette, entitled " Tne
Miller's Pretty Daughter " (Raff) a. The Declaration -. b.
The Mill. 5. Fantasie on Hungarian Airs, for violin
(Ernst!, by Isidor Schnitzler. Part 11. 6. Romance for
Clarionette (Kyan!, by 1 nomas Ryan. 7. ravorite
Minuetto (Boccheriui). S. Solo for Yiolincello on " Le
rlesir " (Servais), by Frederick Uiese. 9. Ballad, or Aria,
by Miss Cora Miller. -IO. March from the Ruins of
Athens (Beethoven) arranged for Quintette.
During the stay of the Flying Squadron
at Sydney, Lord Clanwilliam suffered from a
slight stroke of paralysis. Referring to this, an
Australian paper says: " The nervous affection
from which the Earl of Clanwilliam is suffering
may be attributed to the severe wouud he re
ceived iu the China war of 1858, w hen serving
under Admiral Sir Michael Seymour. A round
shot struck him on the point of the elbow,
taking part of the bone oft', and for years the
Earl has suffered sleepless nights and intense
pain. wan extraordinary onstiuacy ne nas
always refused to have the arm amputated,
although urged to submit to the operation by
such surgeons as Sir James Paget, and the late
Sir William Ferguson. Lord Clanwilliam is a
young Admiral, although he has aged in appear
ance very much of late, and the partial stroke
of paralysis is therefore a cause for anxiety.
His maimed arm is fitted with a peculiar con
trivance. A spring on the palm of the hand in
the form of a plate is so constructed that, on
closing it, by relaxing the muscles, the hand is
again expanded, the Admiral possessing the
power of shutting his hand, but is unable to
open it without this spring."
ty On Saturday last some of the Portuguese
immigrants by the Suffolk, did their best to
undo the favorable impression which previous
immigrants from the A7ores have made, by .
attempting to mob one of their number w ho,
being the first called upon, expressed his readi
ness to fulfill the contract he had made with the
Immigration Board. These men had been con
spiring together to refuse to acknowledge the
validity of the contracts, and hoped by a system
of terrorism to force all their shipmates
into the same course. When the man just
referred to, whose name is de Medeiros, ex
pressed his willingness to enter into service
on the terms contracted for, they attacked him
with sticks and billets of wood, and it"wfs with
some difficulty the riot was quelled. A detach
ment of military having been sent for, the mal
contents seem to have thought discretion the
better part of valor, and submitted. The dis
turbance led to the arrest of eleven of the men,
who were charged, before Judge Bickerton, with
assaulting de Medeiros. Andre Martino, who
appeared to be the ringleader, was sentenced to
three weeks' imprisonment with hard labor, F.
F. d'Almeida to two weeks, and ManHel Correa,
F. Cordeiro and J. F. M. d'Almeida to one week
each. The others were discharged,
The Evangelist Hallenbeck
Has held religious services all this week iu
the Fort St. Church. He held a meeting for
Hawaiians at Kawaiahao Church last Sunday ;
and another one for them at the Lyceum on
Tuesday evening last. And a greatly awakened
iuterest is maintained at all these meetings.
Many sceptics and others who had been in
different to any religious views whatever, have
had their hearts aroused ; and they have been
led to recognize, that they have need of a
Savior, and that the Spirit of Christ is a living
principle. The spirit of Divine love having
deeply touched an earnest nature, he pours
out this earnestness on the hearts of
anxious listners, who must respond, and cry
out in their agony, " What shall we do to
be saved." This earnest Evangelist haying
found a way of salvation, that is satisfy
ing and happyfying to him, must carry many
sympathetic hearts with him, who feel aroused
with a spirit of Pentecost, also abounding in the
spirit of love an.l good works, and willing in
their heart's newly aroused affection to gladly
receive the words of salvation, to.be baptized;
aud " to continue daily with one accord in- the
temple, praising God, and having favor with all
thepeop';." Let the good work go on.
Celebration iu the Capital.
Her Hoyal Highness the Princes-- Liliuo-
kalani celebrated, v?s(erdav, her birthday.
The people took delight to honor tlu occa
sion. .Oil the previous evening a multitude
of natives assembled in the Palace Grounds
and celebrated in song their love of the
good Prince?-. The daughter of the high
chiefs Kapaakea and Keohokalole, who sat
together in the first Trivy Council of Ka-
mehameha III., is beloved by the jeople.
They recognize in the Princess the noble
and patriotic trait which abundant tradi
tion and history ascribe to the great Kahu
of Kings and Kuhiua Nui, the high chiefess
Reception at amiousi Hale.
By command, the ladies of the Court,
the Members of the Cabinet, the Nobles of
the Kingdom, His Majesty's Privy Council
lors, and Memter3 of the legislature, as
sembled at the Departments at 10.30 a. m;
and a few minutes after that tune. Her
Royal Highness the Princess Regeut, ac
companied by Her Royal Highness the
Princess Likelike, and escorted by His
Majesty's Staff, drove up in the royal
carriage ; tne King s uuaru an.l ttoyal
Military Hand receiving the royal cortege
at the main entrance of the Hale.
The gentleman of the Cabinet; the
Premier Mr. Green, Mr. Carter, and Mr.
Walker, waited uou Her Royal Highness,
in alighting and escorted the Princess to
the ante-room of the Interior Department.
At 11 a. m. precise, Her Royal Highness
and Suite had taken position in the Hall
arranged as a Throne Room.
Dkess of the Princess.
The Princess Regent was robed in light
pink satin, with train and over dress,
shirred and quilted, ami trimmed with
white point lace. The Princess wore a
tiara of white lace, white blossoms and
pearls; and was decorated with the blue
sash, gram! cross and star of the Order of
Her Royal Highness the Princess Like
like, was robed in light blue salin, with
train and overdress, shirred ami quilted,
and trimmed with white point lace ; and
wore the scarlet sash, and grand cross of
the Order of Kamehameha.
To the right of the Princess Regent were
placed Mrs. J.S. Walker, Miss Aggie Mcln-
tyre,Mrs. H.A.P.Carter.Mrs. A.F.Judd,and
Mrs. L. McCulIy. To the left of the Prin
cess Regent were placed Mrs. C. Wilson,
Miss Sheldon, Miss Coney and Mrs. C. T,
His Excellency J. O. Domiuis, ami Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, took position near the
The Nobles, John M. Kapena, S. N.
Castle, Godfrey Rhodes, John E. Bush,
Paul Kauoa, J. Moanauli, and P. Isenberg,
took position to the right of the Princess
The Privy Councillors, E. O. Hall, James
W. Smith, Walter M. Gibson, Pinehasa
Wood, W Buckle, M. Mahuka, aud J, U.
Kawainui, took position to the left of the
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, Mr. Green, presented to the Prin
cess Regent His Excellency Gen. James
M. Comly, Minister Resident of (he United
States ; also,
Hon. James Hay Wodehotise, H. R. M.
Commissioner and Consul General ; also,
Monsieur Henri Feer, Commissioner and
Consul General of the Republic of France,
who presented Monsieur Ratard, Chancel
lor of the French Legation.
PRESENTATION OF NAVAL OFFICERS.
Afterwards, . Commissioner Wodehotise
presented to the Princess Regent Captain
Edward Bourke, Commander, Ro3ral Navy,
of H. B. M. H. Gannett,
Herbert G. W. Thorold, Lieut. It. N.,
H. J3. M. S. Gannett,
Ernest Fleet, Lieut. It. N., H. B. M. S.
R. Chandler, Paymaster, R. N., H. It.-M.
Edward H. Williams, Surgeon, li. N., H.
B. M. S. Gannett.
THE CONSULAR CORPS.
His Excellency the Minister of Foreign
Affairs then presented I). A. McKinley,
Esq., Consul of the United States ; F. A.
Schaefer, Esq., Consul of Italy ; Dr.
E. Hoffman, Consul of Austria ; R.
W. Laine, Esq., Consul of Spain and
Mexico ; J. C. Glade, Esq., Consul for the
German Empire ; Jason Perry, Esq., Con
sul of Portugal ; W. Rain Walker, British
Vice Consul; S. M. Damon, Acting Con
sul for Holland and Belgium; C. Afong,
Chinese Commercial Agent. Mr. Schaefer,
acting as doyen, spoke for the Corps. He
expressed the Consular congratulations to
tbe Princess Regent on the occasion of her
THE EMPLOYEES OF THE INTERIOR DE
were now presented: Messrs. Hassiu-
ger, Smithies, Boyd, Smith, Brown, Purvis,
Prof. Alexander, Rev. S. E. Bishop, Rev.
D. Baldwin, Rev. A. Mackintosh, Mr.
Covington, Drs. McKibbin and Hutchin
son, Capt. John Brown, Mr. Wright and
THE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
who desired to be presented now came for
ward to pay their respects to the Princess
Regent, ami the following are a portion,
whose names were obtained : -Mrs. J. C.
Glade, Mrs. E. O. Hall, Miss II. Judd, Mi-s
Carter, Mrs. F. A. Schaefer, Mrs. E. Pres
ton,Miss Jone.SjMrs. J. Luce,Mrs.Dr.John S.
McGrew, Mrs. Barnard, Mrs. Rev. C. F.
Merrill, Miss Barnard, Mrs. Capt. H. Ful
ler, Mrs. R. F. Bickerton, Mrs. Haalelea,
Mrs. C. T. Gulick, Mrs. Levy, Mrs. A. W.
Bush, Mrs. H. Waterhouse, Mrs. Covinir
ton, Mrs. Rev. A. Macintosh, Mrs. Frank
Brow n, Mrs. Rev. A. O. Forbes, Mrs. Rev.
Dr. Hyde, Mrs. Marshal ParKe, Miss Jen
nie Parke, Mrs. Sanford B. Dole, Mrs. .1. L.
Kaulukou, Mrs. Pinehasa Wood, Mrs. Rev.
E.Orosser,Mrs.A.M. Mellis.-Miss Mellis.Mr.
Oat, Mrs. J. W. Kawainui, Mrs. Mark Rob
inson, Mrs. Jaeger, Mrs. ham. C. Allen, Mrs.
J.R.Atherton, Mrs.Joseph Cook, Mrs. M. M.
Scott, Mrs. Jacob Brown.
Rev. S. C. Damon was present, and Mr.
M. L. Hallenbeck, the Evangelist, was pre
sented by a lady to the. Princess Regent.
A number of native people came forward
to pay their respects to the Princess Regent
but the multitude of the native people had
already paid their respects within the Pal
ace grounds, Hawaiian fashion. 1
A CHINESE CHIN-CHIN. (
A very interesting presentation of a num
ber of Chinese residents took place. They ,
were dressed in full Chinese official cos- ;
tume, with neatly plaited queues let down.
Among these were LI Hang, hi wife, two
children mid an accompanying Chinese,
lady. The dress of thcr ladies was heavy,
embroidered blue silk overdress, dark silk
umrerdress with light stripes, head drew,
very tasteful and ornamented a la Chlnolse,
an.l ornamented Chinese clog slippers.
They made a very graceful obeisance, Join
ing both hands and bowing low tothe Prin
cess Regent. Mr. Sit Moon, colporteur of
the Chinese Church, Mr. Goo Kim aud oth
er well-known Chinese resident were pre
sented. THE Si LITE.
At noon the guns of Punchbowl roared
forth a salute In honor of the birthday of
the Princess Regent. And at thU hour iler
Royal Highness left the dah and the Feath
er Throne, aud accompanied by the Princes-
Likelike and suite retired from the
Our brilliant military band played oo
this occasion some very fine selection!, and
a European gentleman of extensive travel
remarked that Prof. Berger could present,
with pride, his band in any capital of Europe.
laying the Coruer Stone of the Ntw
The cri.mony. of laying th corner atone of
the new k.-uiuiuknpili Church took place yestar
d;iy af t i noon. The walls of the basement tory,
which U to be used for meeting, tho Kabboth
school, Ac, are already completed, and the Boor
of the "church propet is laid. The "corner
stone," laid yesterday, forum part of one of the
lower corners of the wall of the chnrch. For
the I'ouv. niruce of those who haj been invited
to W present at the ceremony, the contractor
had, considerately, roofej iu the whole area of
the church with cativat, and neat for all the
usual menilH'iH of the congregation, and for a
large number of expected visitors, had Wen pro
vided. Shortly after 1 o'clock, Her Royal I(igkues
the Princess Regent aud His Excellency Gover
nor Domiuis, accompanied by II. IL II. Princes
Likchke and the Hon. Mr. Cleghorn, ami at
tended by Mrs. C. R. Wilson. Misn H. L. Sheldou.
Miss Coney, Colonels Allen, Iaukea and Boyd
an'd Majors Gulick, and Rosa, arrived at the
church. Her Royal HighnesK'n escort eonaiate.l
of a troop of the Royal Guards and of the
Prince's Own Military Conipauy, under com
mand of Msjor Kinimaka. The Royal Hawaiian.
Baud was also in attendance. Amongst those
present on the occasion were : Hid Ex. II. A. P.
Carter. His Ex. J. S. Walker, nia Honor Mr.
Justice Judd, Hon. P. Kauoa. Hon. J. Moanauli,
Hon. J. M. Kiip. na, Hon. W. Buckle, Hou. W.
P.. Wood, Hon. John E. Bush. Hon. J. U.
Kawainui, Hon. J. S. Kaulukou, Hon. I. Ka-
hanu, Rev. M. Kuaea (minister of Kanmaka
pili Church), Rev. H. H. Parker, Rev. Dr.
Damon, Rev. Dr. Hyde, Rev. A. O. Forbe, Rev.
S. E. Bishop, Rev. L. Smith, Rev. W. Bing
ham, Rev. J. N. Paikuli, Mr. Holokahiki, Mr.
H. R. Dole, Mr. W. W. Hall, Mr. J. M. Mousar
rat, Dr. Emerson, Mrs. II. A. P. Carter, Mm. J.
S. Walker, Mrs. A. F. Judd. Mrs. Hyde, Mra.
Kaulukou, Mrs. Forbes, Miss L. Kapena, Mis
Judd, Miss M'Intyre, Miss Parke, Mist Euitua
The proceedings were opeu.sl with a hymn
sung by the choir ,of the church, and a prayttr
by the Rev. A. O. Forbes. Rev. J. N. Paikuli
then read and expounded un appropriate passage
of scripture. After another hymn, Mr. J. W.
Naukana, on behalf of the Rev. M. Kuaea, read
a sketch of the movement which led to the con
construction of a new chnrch at Kanmakapili,
from the time that tk idea was first mooted, tip
to the present day. The Rev. H. 11. Parker de.
Iivere.1 a lengthy and eloquent address appro
priate to the oecassion. After music by the
band, Mr. Kahuna followed with an account ct
the contents of the box which was about to be
deposited beneath the corner stone. The lint.,
runs us follows : Pictures of Hawaiian Kirg4 ;
also of II. R. II. the Princess Regent ; of Queens
Kanhuiiiantt, Kalnma, Emma and Kapiolanl ; of
II. R. II. Princess Likelike ; H. R. II. Princes
Kaiulani ; Ihe late Prince Leleiohuku ; II. II.
Ruth Keelfkolani ; Hon. Mrs. Pauabi Bishop ;
the late Princess Victoria Kaimunalu ; Chief and
t lu less Huki an.l Liliha ; Hawaiian Postage
Stamps ; Hawaiian and Foreign Newxpapera
. l l . 'e i . . .... , ... . .-.-..
jn ju.eu lieie , i iirutii h Allliuai AluiaUttC lor ItlHl ;
Hawaiian Guide Rook : Hawaiinn Ttiblai If..t.
lan Hymn Hook ; Uook of Sanitary Instruction.
in Hawaiian and English ; Reports in Eugliah
and Hawaiian of Hawaiian Board of Evangeli
cal Association ; Hawaiian cent piecen ; Report
of Hai.l of Education for 18S0 ; Hawaiian nigh
School Arithmetic ;, Hawaiian Second Reader;
Hawaiian Primer; Hawaiian Colburu'a Arith
metic : Lias Relating to Board of Education ;
Census of I fuwuiiau Islauds for 1880.
Her Royal Highness then laid the mortar for
the rtC'ption of the corner fctone, which was
lowered to its place under the auperinteudance of
the contractor, Mr. S. D. BurrowB, and the au
pcriiiteu.lent of the masonry work, Mr. Thos. B.
Walker. The formal laying (J the stone wa
then performed by Her Royal Highness, the
band meanwhile playing a strain from the Na
tional Anthem. The ceremony was followed by
an appropriate prayer-a pule hoanoho oTered
by the Rev. Sereno Bishop. A collection in aid
of the Building Fund followed, the band mean
while discoursing some beautiful music of a sa
cred character. After another hymn by the choir,
the Rev. Lowell Smith pronounced the benedic
tion, and the large assembly rapidly diKpersed.
The a hole of the proceedings were conducted
in the Hawaiian language. We regret that the
presure of oth i nulter on our space has obliged
us to omit any report of the address of the Rev.
Mr. Parker, and of the historical sketch read by
Mr. Naukana. A full report will hegiveu in the
Ei.r.i.f: Po.vkclo, of the 7th inst.
V In October last, J. Kupan agreed to leas
to a Chinaman named Aiau, certain lands for fif
teen years from Nov. 1, 1M0, at a rental of f 50
per liunnm, aud received a deposit of the first
year' rent to bind the bargain. A few days af
terward Alona, another Chinaman who knew of
the bargain, offered Kupan $70 a year for lh
land and undertook to pay him five years' rent
in advance. This proposal was too tempting to
be resisted and Kupan accepted the f.3ot and ex
ecuted a lease in favor of Aloua, which the latter
euiised to be duly registered, Aiau instituted a
suit iu equity for specific performance of Kupau'a
contra' ! with him and gained his cause, where
upon the Court declared the lease to Alona to be
void and ordered it to lc given up for cancella
tion. I'nder these circumstances, Alona natur-'
ally wanted his $3."iU back. Kupau refused to
return it and when sued pleaded that aa Alona
had been particiytt crimhiit with him in an at
tempt at fraud he was not entitled to a refund.
Mr. Justice Judd gave his decision in the case
the other day, iu favor of Kupau, on the ground
that all that Alona is entitled to is a fifteen years
lease of the land, at $70 per annum, after the
lease to Aiau has expired. An appeal has been
Iff The San Francisco weekly Hullttlu ot
Aug. 17th. contains a highly interesting and
l.-ngthy letter of three columns about the
"Great Volcano," written at Ililo by Mr. Car
sou, the Bulletin correspondent.' The account
of the lava flow ii illustrated by a small map at
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