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PACIFIC CGAiMMciAL ADVEM'lSER, btifbnm 27. iS83
rTrmw-frhmfP . it i timiiii Supreme Court October Term Before ?Ir. JotIff AiMln, Hrdnfdaj, Ortobrr 31, L. AVar. v. C. T. G ili. k. Mir;;-ur of the IriU ti' T, Tort. Ari,'?: nit nt a ! n:nrrer Mr. A: f- r the pliiri-.fT. Mr. W. Au-tir V.'li;tin f'.r tl.fr 1. fcii-c. Th- j.!iiint;src!:nf.l tUrua;p for ii.j ny to l.i- j rruu.- the .-routi'l of failure to s:;j j !y wit to iut out a rire, on lis. art of l.ii j.rl c--'r m ctifc. The dcftn-lant cUinn ii" lUUiity oi t!. part cf ft Minister cf a Lej ariiiitnt of the- G v ru meat for neglect cf a i.r.Uic ilcty to account x- any inJ.rMuai i-o inar U- ir.jure.l ti.-rtj. TU barrel cor.nvl for tU .l-f.--i.te of oj.mioii that the Gortrnmcnt I. t rc-po1 f r wal-ff-a-ar.ee of it? snxr.iir.at.-cf!ic.n ot a?f;n:-. He uhiuittfJ that the Miui.t.r of the Interior ha.l no uptcial laty in rt:;ar.1 l th.i in-livMnal, Wy, the plaint. fT, hut thit I.i-t duty ih r.-t,aril t the i tcrwork. wn a pihhc or.' , a i! lty to all i f -rl'I- fti:i. Nowhore do-a it apjnr in our statute-? that tL? MinLittr of the In'T-. r -l.oull maintain wat rpip"--. Ho wa-t not . . r-: ' mair.ta;n iir j 1 I.v.lrai.t- or l- f r ii lor ' iii'-aii- -f iii-I..!. t'.r.-. Th- I. inn. I f.-.i-' 1 .:! .'i '' -.': anthoritin in "'ii.irf.rt of ir;: .nm ii t . Mr. lr ! . oun-el f r tl. j :..t.ti:f. .-:! th- .! tiati jti h r- w .-t r.ot t!..- -ai.:e iii a c rj raU tow. in Aiu. rn.a or Kn0Ia i 1. The Miri:-.t r of the Ii.t nor fi' a ry suj.-ri jt ofiir r. He i"t only r.ut in har'e of the wat r i lartn.i nt.l.ut he ! haru;; r tiie fire il.-j.artu.eiit. He ar ITl :d ti.at t l.i.i Minister l.a- not the li '.-. ti-lia ry j.f.w. r a-t to thr ti.-e of war. r ly ti -ciri7m. Hi oou-i.l.-r.'l if M.i.i"'' rial ef fi(.i?ri canvil any ilau.ae. they were liab for it. The law ir-.-uii- that an ofticc i. rruated for the benefit of tie; juMic. The frni-h-ing of water ii ft :h:n in hi- Ii the j.riolir art- in ttreite.l. FJfj allu lt'I to the time arel .r un:-,'ar.-cr nci -r whirh the Hawaiian Government N ranie d.itinct from the crown, an.l now earn, s on th. l.uine-.4 of the country. It colW-t-. tax-.-. a:..l i ri jjn.ible fr the a. t-. of the Mir.iit.-r-. The a. t tf th Knf have no j.ov. r uii',. the Government counteni-rn them. It ne. fU no Statute to hl.ow tLat; it ii rt tnrnoii law ami common seine. He furtht r aJ.l' 'l that there wai'a want of nti'l- ik o in the jr.-er.t Oovi-rnment. It wan no', a Govern ment for the j-oj le hut f- r -otnf thin i l-e. A corJmg to th j.re.iint tttate of things t.i-r wa.-t a li arkfil fallirt' in valut f ht"i-k.i, at.J rai.iin f rates of innnrance. If he (Mr. Dot. ' w rc a Min i,K r, l.e woul.l L a-l.an.fcd to my h- wa-i not lia Llr, Le wonhl court liability. He a-U.l the Court to let th re be no tTaiion of any imjrtant niat t rs. Thi ca.-e wa an imjfrtant one and wa- like ly to Lc a j rertdent fr th-: future. The way thwi'H hare Le n running of late, ntt-e.-bitated a full and public tn-inirv. The liability extended to a srtat tiiacy thina; that may come np h'.rcafter. TLe Conrt rc.icnrcd it dec i.-ion. Mr. rrcftou made a niotioii for a ut-w trial in the cae t.f Henry Vierra v.h. All Chonj;. He snb Diittf.d that the CTidtnce did not warrant ti.f imouot of damages (5;0) awarded by the jury, and be presumed they did not under-tand the nature of the trespa. Tin re wa.- no evidence of malice, and the learned conn.-el considered that the jury bad n.iiund. r.-tood the d.rectioin of the Conrt. On these grounds be asked that the ver dict be set a.-id. Mr. Kaulukon, counsel for tle plaintiff, cou idrcd that the daniae awarded were very moderate, and was further of the ojiuiou that if a new trial were granted the defendant would be mulcted in increased damages. Mr. I'reiton a.-ked that a new trial lo granted TiQk-i the plaintiff will submit to damages ;f a reasonable amount tu be awarded by His Honor. The Court announced that it would take the ca.-e into coasideration. After the bearing of a divorce ca-e, Lawrence Tima.s libcllant. Amelia Timas rejondent, in which a J. cret wan granted, the Court adjourned. Saprrme Ctnrt la thambtrs. In th matters'of Kamaka, a minor, jetition f..r writ of HaU as Corpus. Ivfure C'LJtl Justice Judd, Tuesday 11 OttoUr, Kati;ha::a, the father f.f Kamaka. wa3 the j ti tioner in this case. Kamaka naid be did not know bow old be was. He bad shij ped in liana, Maui for a Chinaman, as a latmrer on bis plantation, ne worked for over two months on bis contract. Previous to this Le wxs arrested and committed for fornication by the tli-trii't magistrate of liana for which a tint- of $', a-s inj osed. A Chinaman paid the tine. SuL fe.jntntly Kanihana, bis father was in liana ai.d agreed to pay Lack the tine. Kauihaca tated that be was not pre acut kt the ti ial of Kamaka, being i:i Honolulu at the time, lie was prosecuted by Kanakaole fur the abduction if a girl named Annie. Kamaka was acquitted of tLo charge of abduction, but was bub!ejueutly tried for adultery and the boy and girl were tiucl iZO f ach. The magistrate shij'j) )d Kamaka to Apa, the Chinaman for two years, on the 21th May 12. Trevious to Angust 1.-, Lc bad not beard of all this tronble. When the news came be immedi ately went to liana the very tirst trip after btar ins, and brought a nuit to annul contract on the ground that Kamaka was a minor. The magistrate reeomr.iended that the ca-j tiled out of Court. The result was the Cbinamu agreed to re lea -c Kamaka or Kaui hana. paying hiui $70. To this Kauihana agreed, so on the olh August, 1S?J. lxth Kauihana and Kamaka Uft Han and came to Honolulu. From that lay to this iiiument Apa never demanded the mon ey wbu'li was unJ. rtood to be olii-c table h re. tt nrrr ftr-.l tt Hen.l tli moliev to Haii. K :l- miKi was uorn on me :nu oi .-H-pieiuuer, ito, and be. Kauihana, w bis father. A writ of Habeas Corpus Laving been iiued, the Conrt adjurued to give time to the Mar-hal to make his return thereon. At 1 r. M. the writ and Mar-hal s return were July tiled. Kanakaole ?id that be was not a cou-tald.'. but that be cam down front liana with a warrant from Chinaman, issued by the magistrate there, to .ir ret Kamka. lcaui the Chinaman kuew Kamaka to be living with his (KanakaolcV i Uter. and the Chinaman thought that be could tin 1 him juieker than anybody t Le. When Kamaka was liued for adultery he hid no money to j.ay the tine, so be hip;.d. He did not think it was the Magistrate that hipjs;d him. Ho thought it was Mr. Curia's brother. The Court having considered the fotts of thi? ca-.-ordin d the release of said minor, aud that nocoMs ohould be charged. lalriiar f tke Utrrartflar; Cairt, Octoktr, The October sitting of the Intermediary Court will open to-day at 10 .v. Jt. The following is a hit of cai to be heard: I.. M. Hague vi. L. B. Kerr. Assumpsit fr ?13 J. Kussell for riaintitT; S. D. Dole f .r Defendant. Kalaeli v. puahi. Iplevia for a canoe. Mr. Dominis t. Lancan. Tre-pan: damage iiOO. J. Kaulukoa for TlaiutitT; Vi. Austin Whit ing and A. Iioa for Defendant. J. XT. Luning vs. Ilobert Love. Assumpsit 573. E. Treatoa for riaiatiff; F. M. Hatch f -r Defend ant. G. W. rUipo t. Kukuilaa. Asiumjit for iioo. J. L. Kaalakoa for PlaintuT; Jehn Kusiell for De fendant., G. W. Tilipo t. Kamahana. Assumj-it loo. Coansel ai in previous case. Kichijd Antot.oanJ Manuel Ant .ne vs. Ah II, Tonff. Trespass; damage $100. J. M. M :.-arrat for Plaintiff; J. L. Kanlakou for Defendant. Wm. Brown B. Teuorio. J. L. Kaulukoa f.,r Plaintiff W". Austin Wlating fv.r Defendant. J.Vf. Luning . F. Bee andT. Bow.-i-tle. Action un a note for $1)0. John Russell for Plaintiff. Ce cil Brown for Defendants. Kaat vs. Ahana. Replevin for a mult; damage $20. i .. mm .1.., i. p i i , ,- .... ... . . -.,- - - ' .. r -f-w." --0"" " " ...mm wm i . . , , , ,M i , . ,. i , Kanea.awahine v3. Knmr.lana. Replevin for a l.ore. M' l.eula v-. Nij.a. Aetio'i on a note for i'J). Kamakiilt v. Opula. Trt-pa : damage ?2'J0. Pelice (onrt. j.M..;.:. i-..i.i t-jr.-rit e l.n KLtlW. Monday, October 22, lt)3J. I ,;-,, :, . i,ur.; .- of !ru..keiiei were dipootd of i. :.i.' ef lid. ai.il c-j-t-. i-uh.j. i.ter. 1 a plea of guilty ou a charge cf as - ti.o battet-y on Keawthai";, and M lined 3 u:i ! T-l eo-t-, Mihuna f jifeited 10 hail on a charge cf violat :i.g Er.t.ie .s Rul'i No. C. M:-.oha f-xf.-:t' d 530 La. i for disturbing thequi?t cf i.ight. lioi.i . tbarg-d with u.iault and battery with a knife on the person tf Ah Hoon, w&a remanded un til the 2ich w. t. ily Kai.an.Ti ii tine d i'J for heedless driving. Til--d..y, October 23, 1883. Ah .---e. ebarged mth malicious assault, was a--am rcman l-d nntil the zlth (to-day). Five drunks were mulcted in the usual fine. ..:i f r v.. i:oie-- Rule No. C. forfeited l.a:l of r!o. I.o!;. '.a k-. IJ.ii.. ta ..v and Anaana (w) cnter-.-i :t j i" a .f y t.'.y i- ili.ioid. i ly conduct, and were a: l. -.ntei.. - .l t-i 1" day.,' imprisotmient at hard laior. I.i.j a 'l.:i. .:.i tn married to a Hawaiian wo man. w., li.-r,' .1 by his wife with desertion. Ka lia. the eomj.laJli.-'lit. i-1 that her husljanJ doca no work au l . i.-l not .-iij'jort her. They bad two children. O; ! -red r r turn to his w if-?. Cost3 Jjai. le ."jylva. a pi.rtug-iese woman, received a -imilar or 1- r f..r d- rtiug her bu3band. e o. A.Iaii.i was .-.-iit'-ii'-ed to five days imprison i;i nt at hard labor f.-r disorderly conduct, and Geo. ii.ilva ua remaiid'-d on the batnc charge. I.okai was tn.. d $l f -r as-ault and battery on hi- if- . M-iii.i. .In. -day, October 21. lH3. K."ir i .f di iii.k.-niiens were disjKaed of, with the iiiiial tine. A liftli case, Wm. Phelan, who aj-js-ared on a .--iiiiilar eharg.; the day jrc-vioi:-. wa- -. it..Iie.-. to live days' illlprisoniueiit at hard labor, and co,:- lid. I'hel.in and Dan. Dri.-cull were convicted of an .iii lav. ali'l tined $-5 each. Hohi. r'-maiided from the 2"M. for assault and batt. ry with a knife, wa.i found guilty aud sen tenced to 1 hours' inij.ri.sonment and lined S15. His Honor remark, d that thii was not an aggra vated ca-o, or the prisoner would have rendered him-. If lial-Io t a much he avier ienalty. The cae of All Lee, charged with malicious a.-.-aii!t on a female child, was again remanded until the 27tl in-taut, owing to the iudi.-joititiou of the prisoner's coiliiiel. Whether counsel aj ears or not. on the above-mentioned date the case will be beard. Stall-Iifs of irifsls. The fallowing btati.itid show the number of ar rests and the .-ex and Nationality of the persons ar rested on each island of the group, during the per iod of nine months ending olst March, 1983. They have leen prepared by order of Marshal I'arke and under bis nuperintcndeiice : Total number of arrests on the Island of Oabu, from July 1st, 1352 to March 01st, 1333, 2,480. Males 2.3IO, Females 111). Natives, 1,211, English, 2H, American 111, French 4, German 59, Norweg ians 21, Portugne-e 40, Chinese 1C2, South Sea la landers 82, other nationalities 42. Discharged 350, sentenced 2,13u. Iiland of Kauai; total number of arrests 7S7. Males 721, Temales C3. Natives 2C7, English C, American 13, French 0, German 44,'Norwegians C, Portnguc.se 37, Chine.-e 251, South Sea Islanders 75. other nationalities 17. Discharged 19C; sen tenced 531. Total number cf arrests on the Island of Molo kai, from July 1st, 1332 to March 31st, A. D.,1893, 17; males 10, females 1, native males 9, English 0, American 0, Fiench 0, German 0. Norwegians 0, Portuguese 0, Chinese C, South Sea Islanders 1, other nationalities 0, discharged 1, sentenced 16. I-dand of Maui. Total number of arrests 837; males, 7fl0, females 57, native males 410, English 3. American 15, French 1, German 7, Norwegians 27, Portuguese Co, Chinese 152, South Sea Island ers 10. other nationalities 20, discharged 14C, Sen tenced 09 1. Total number cf it r rests ou the Island of Hawaii from July 1, 132, t March 31, 1333, 1139; male 1,'Mo, females 121, native males, 787, English 23, American 11, French 2, German 11, Norwegians 81, Portugue.-e 1"C, Chinese 250, South Sea Islanders 3, other nationalities 31, discharged 36G, sen tenced 1,125. Total arrests in all the Islands 5.G10. FOREIGN CORRESPONDENCE. Fobtund (Or.), October 6, 18S3. Mr. Editor : Tbreo iron horses, on three dif ferent railroads, now trot across this North American Continent from ocean to oceau, 3,000 miles, uud soon ft fourth one the Canada Pa cific -aili Le- in jood ruuitii; order. Four d.iys ago homo 300 Oregon and Washington Territory Pioneers h ft this city iu fourteen cars to revisit their old Louies, Ltudrcl end friends at the E i-t, after an absence of 25 or 30 yoars. Oh, wh it u chango thoy have, iii I will see ? Then they came the "Plains across," with their ox, mule and horse teams, as well as on foot, in sis months' tiim., fighting their way, 3,tHll miles westward, through hostile Iudians, snorting buffaloes and wild boasts. Now they return in fourteen Pal ic; and Pullman cars, over the sau;o highway, on our Northern Pa cific railway, iu a wicL'i time. Who says that we Americans don't progress ? It vouhl have amused you islanders t- hive been, two days ag , a train urrirc here iu Portland of the West from Portlaul of the Eist with ten car-loads of cnme 1 com. aud also to hive witnessed our ten cur-loads of canned salmon arrive in our twin eily on the Atlantic Coast both situated mid way bt-twteu the e.iuatjr au I the North Pole on either ide of this continent. Portland aud Ilouolula forever ! FOREIGN NEWS. Judge lloaJley Lai Lf t u elected Governor of the State of Ohio by a Icinoeriie majority of 12.WM. The Times says '"the result of th Ohio election is a Ilcpublican crash.' New York. October 11th. John Sherman telegraphs to the Herald : The Prohibition issue, while bringing oat a large Tote, arrayed the German vote against it, aud brought us uo strength from the Democrats. While Ohio Mill be classed as n djubtful State, it will not bo really so in the Presidential election. 1'rum Iowa definite returns have been re ceived by tLx State Registrar on the Legisla ture, and the result is positively known, so far as it can be, nntil the official count has settled the matter. There are a few close contests. The Senate will stand 4' Republicans to 9 Democrats and 1 doubtful. Full and complete returns from fifty connties give Sherman 19,424 majority over Kinne and 4,851 over Kinne and Weaver both. In those fifty counties Sherman h.-u a toinl vote of S,3,G24. Kiaue 67,700, and Weaver 14,373 tho latter's rote being made by full returns much larger than was expected. Incomplete but pretty definite return from the ther forty counties giving a majority simply, make Sherman's majority over Kinne 2o,000, and his majority over all S.0X) or y.000. New York, October 14. A cable special from London says: Warlike preparations all along the Russian frontier are incessant. The German are working on the lines of defense night and day. A number of iron clad turret ships are being constructed. It is said that the fortifications when com pleted, will Le greater than those of Metz. Mrs. Langtry arrived in New York on the 11th Oct. She brought with her a play called Peril, In which she will open iu Bur lington, Vt. The Turf. Chicago, Oct. U. The great event of the day at the Chicago Driving Park was the beating of all previous trotting and pacing records by the young pacer Johnston, driv en by Peter V. Johnston. The horse got a warming up in 2:22J and on second trial paced without a break or skip in exactly 2:10, thereby making the fastest harness record ever known. The animal made the first quarter iu 32 without a skip, and passed the half-mile post in 1:03. The three-quarter pole was reached in 1:16, and his driver then, as though knowing how close he was upon the best time made by Sleepy Tom, the pacer, and Maud S. the trotter, touched the young animal with the whip. No fret was noticed to even the closest watcher aud the white pacer showed a u accelerated and straining movement ; he maintained remarkable steadiness and paced under the wire with a tremendous swing but moving as evenly as a locomotive. Loudon, Oct. y. The Cesarewitch stakes were won by Don Juan, Ifackuess second and Cosmos third. There were twenty-two starters. The New Atlantic Steamer. New York, October 14. The new Guion line steamer Oregon arrived from Liverpool to-day in seven da3's, eight hours aud thirty-three minutes. Jay-Eye-See's Performance in 2m, 10 Ms. There are many things about Jay-Eye-See's performance that are wonderful. In the first place, the day was not the best, and he finished in the face of quite a breeze. Then he was drawing a fifty-two-pound sulky, which is too heavy for such a little horse. He had a small sulky, but it was deemed better judgment to hitch to the larger one. Then he trotted on a track that was new aud had been subjected to two day's hard rain, with only one day inter vening, and that not a bright sunny one. Iu 2:10M he passed the wire and gained for himself the title of King of the Turf. His owner, Mr. Case, was the most delighted man on the ground. Boston Globe. The Brooks Comet. The new JJrooks comet, now demonstrated to be the long-espected comet of 1S12, is now visible in a good telescope, of moderate aperture, near Eta Draconis. It is rapidly approaching the earth and sun, and- will be visible to the naked eye before Christmas. Taxttion iu fYda. We hear occasionally a good deal about the amount which the owners of property have to con tribute to the revenue in this country, The condi tion of matters set forth in the following extract from the Virginia Weekly Chronicle of 18th ult. shows iu striking contrast with the "burdens" property has to bear here. It shows too that com plaints about the decisions of Tax Assessors are not confined to Hawaii: "Following is a list, alphabetically arranged, of all the taxpayers iu Storey county whose property is assessed at more than -62,100. The Hoard of Equalisation, whose session begins to-day. may lower or raise theso valuations. For every S1,000 so assessed the wealthy possessor will this year bo called on to pay S30 tax. As in very many eases real estate has been assessed for fully three tjmes its selling value, the tax to be paid by owner of such property will be $150 upon each 1,000," PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY FOR SYDNEY VIA AUCKLAND THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP "ZEILIXDII," Hebber, .Commander, W1L.I, LEAVE FOR THE C0LOMES ON OR ABOUT OCTOBER 28. For Freight soil Pimiage, apply to II HACKFKLD t Co. Agents. Goila for Shlpmral per Sleauirr can no" be Stored, r'rre of Charge, in thr- Fire-proof Varehoae near the St earner Wharf, war MEiaKS II. HAOKFKI.D CO. ra now preparel in U ue RE TU RN TICSKTS bol een Honolulu aul sn Frao Cisco for HZa tbo round trip. OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. TUE NEW AND KLEUAN'T STEAMSHIPS "MARIPOSA" AND "ALAMEDA" will leave Honolulu aul San FraucUro as follows ALAMEDA -Leave Sau Kraucisro October 15th ALAMEDA , ...Leave Honolulu XoTemlier 1st N'oou l'AS8ENUERS may Lave tbeir nauu-a booted iu ad v.mce hv appljrinz at the office of the Agent. l'ASSENirKitS by tUs line are hereby notified that they will bo allowed 2M pounds of basttau by the Overland Kailway when (ravelin; East. MfcKCU4NDlE intended for shipment by this line will be received.f ree of charge,in the Company's new ware house, an 1 receipts issued tor same, insurance on mer chandise in the wart-house will be at owners' risk. WILLIAM G. IRWIV & CO., auli-lui Asjeuts O. S. S. Co. TIME TABLE VrtffisStmr Like. ike .XCXICO-, Mastor, Meaaier Likelike will loave Ucriolulu eai h Tuesday a; 4 r. M.. touching at Lthaiua, Maalaea Bay, Mktna, Ma hnkona. Kawa.hae, Laapahoehoe and ll.lo Keturnlng will touch at all the above port, arriving Honolulu earn Sunday a. it. 'MIK LIKELIKE WILL. LE I VE II K K M. WHAKF at 4 r. m., and SO freight will be received after 3 r. sf. Due notice is (riven of this rule, and it will be carried out fmrll WILDOl t CO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. THE FAVORITE BRIUANTINK HOVDLKTT.., MasteJ AVill have quick dispatch for the above port. For freight r r . a cru annlv t . i olJ-tf WM. G. IKWIX & CO.. Afrenu. Notice. No Debts contracted by any of the crt of the the C. S. UULUERT wiU be paid by the Captain cr any one else. 23-tf R. S. DAVIS, Captain. KMOT8CE. NEITHER GEO. W. SMITH OB D. MeCABT-V Y, JR.. re now In oar employ, or have any further con section with our house. ois-tf XIOLLISTER. A CO. Valuable Real Estate AND Household Furniture at Auction. -llfE HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS FROM V MR. D. K- FVFK to sell by public auction ou Thursday, November 8, The elegant residence and lot on Beretania street, to gether with the whole of the Household Furniture and cSects. Further particulars shortly. LYONS At LEVET, Auctioneers. o23-5t PIANO TUNING- PIANOS AND ALL MUSICAL INSTKUENTS CAN now be put in first-class order by a sober and reli able man, who has had several years' experience in piano fac tories ot Germany ana America. M.K. JOSEPH TKISK A will be with us for at least one year, and we will guar antee all of his work. o20-3ui LYCAX k CO. NOTICE. rliUt L'NDER.StGNKD lSl'tSlH LEVINJ THE J. Kiujj-iw iu abitut thirty days. AU bills due by him uiu.it be prjieuU-d to lum at once, aud those owiu him will be kiul enough to call and settle their accounts. olC-lru S. MA UNIX. $900 SALE. A NEW HOUSE OF FOUR ROOMS. BUILT ON i. a large lot, will be sold for $'ia0; the house is nlt-saantlr situated ou Nuuauu streeet. and oppo-j site the residence of CapUin Mist. For further particu lars inquire ou the premisi.-s of ol:t-j UENfO JO VIS Y. YANECIO. R. W. CRANNIS, Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES GIVKX FOR ALL WORK CONNECTED with thi HOLDING TRADE. All or.lers left at the shop. No. 84 Hotel btreet, Honolulu, or with Wilder & Co., will be promptly atti-uded to. o&Mm motigy to x.oisr. T X DOLLARS TO LOAN AT ONCE On auy good security. A. G. ELLIS, i'.roker. ol'.Mw tt. U. SHERMAN, Saflcllc Tree and Saddle Manufacturer. rpBEES AND SADDLED OF EVERY DESCRIPTION X wad to order Heavy Saddles tor cattle ranches a specialty. Orders from the other Islands promptly at tended to. Address G E. SHERMAN, near the Waika lulu Dri Ige, School street. olti-J;uiiw OiiO AVIN"G & CO., No. 84 Nuuanu Street, DEALERS IN Crockery, Glassware and China, yOW OFFER FOR SALE ATJ REASON ADLE RATES J.1 a choice variety of Tea Sets, Vases, Flower 3?ots Etc., Etc. New aud Beautiful Articles, of the most delicate wor intiisuip, ju-ii reeivedfro u Japau. ae8-2m OK I. W. MAOF.4BHNK, U. B. MACFABLANE G. AV. MACFARLAXE & CO. Importers, Commission Merchants AND Sugar Factors, Fir"-l'ruof BuHdiug, - - - 52 Queen 8treet Honolulu agents rou The Waiktti u Sugar l'laiitatiou, Maui, The Spencer Sugar l'lantation, Hawaii The Ueeia cuyar l'l-.iutation, Oahu, Huelo Suesr Mill, Maui, Uuelo Sugar tlautation, Maui, Reciprocity Sugar Co., Hand. Puuloa Sheep Ranch Co., Hawaii, J. Fowler ic Co. Steam Flow aud Purtable Trsmwaj Works, Leeds, Mirrleea, Watson & Co.'s Sugar Maohiuery, Glasgow, Glasgow aud Houululu Line of Packets. Liverpool and Honolulu Line of Packets. ay I d&w 3ms. NOTICE. A Good Business Chance. Good Will of the Business, with Four Years' Lease of Premises. A. A. MONTANO OFFERS FOR SALE HIS Photographic Gallery, C CONSISTING OF FDRNI TURK, FITTINGS, IN. J stnjments, and everything requisite for carrying on the business, together with a numorous stock ot Nega tives, Pictures, Mats, Frames, Etu. The business is well established, and belli;? ran on giKid paying basi--. aud would prove a profitable in vestment to the right party. The present proprietor's reason for wishing to dispose of this valuable business is in consequence of having im portant much interests which re i Hires his personal supervibion. Term. easy. For particulars apply to A. A. MOS. t.VNO, Photographic Gallery, corner of Kins and Fort streets, Honolulu. II. I. o!3-'l&wlm OF VALUE TO THE PUBLIC. W. G. ASHLEY, Custom House Broker, HAS OPENED AN AGENCY FOB Cnvtom House Brokerage, Real Estate Transactions, EmploymentlServiee, And General Bnainess, AT J. V. ROBERTSOV Ic CO.'S 8TA TIOXERY STORE, Merchant, street (near thefPostoSct . Hooks and Accounts neatly kept and adjusted. Biib, collected. L"gal Documents of every description drawn up. Anything in the wayof businesa carefully and promptly attended to. P. O. Ho f.t ; Telephone a. ; ana.tf NOTICE. DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THE KINGDOM L. A. ANDREWS, of Makawa), Maui, has full power of attorney to act for me. it. M. TAILOR. . ol64iw $5 REWARD. LOST. ON SATURDAY LAST. OCTOBER 20TH. BE tween Nuunnu street and Waller's slaqghter-hquae at Katihi, A GOLD LOCKET, net with black stone, bear ing a cross. The Under wiU be, rewardel by returning the property to tbis offloe. o33-lw - JOHN EDGAR . PRACTICAL. BOOT MAKER HAVING LOCATED next 4oor to J. D. Ramaey'Vgroocry. oa "Hotel atwet, i now prepared to til all orders intnuted to him wit a promptaesa ; repairing a apecialty ; terms, csab. Jlyl2tf gducrtismeiits. i BOLLES $c CO., SMj Chandlers and Commission Mercnants, FIRE-PROOF STORE, 35 QUEEN STREET. j I IIOXOL.l-L,L", II. I- i riMIF UNDERSIGN D OFFER FOR SALE GOODS. AS J J. below specified, which are just at haul from Siu Francisco, Portland (Or.), Roston, Manila, etc., etc.: , Barrels Extra Meas Beef : ! Half Barrels Extra Family Beef ; Half Barrels. Quarters and Eighths Pifr Pork ; . Barrels Ex. Prime Porx and Prime itess Pork ; Lard, in 10-lb, 5-SU and 3-16 Pails; j Butter, In Kegs, Thus aul Glass Jars; Hams and Bacon: ! Columbia River Salmon, in barrels aud half barrel; Cases Codrish pUiu and bonelews ; Cheese & few left of too; s.uali faaiily Cream Cheese; j Kits and Tins Mackerel ami Salmon Bellies; Whole Burlej-, Grjunl Barley, Oats, Braa, Hay, Al- j falsa Hay choice qualityi Saloon Pilot Bread, Medium bread. Soda Crackers, in ; cases and tins; Assorted Crnckers, in tins; Goldeu Gate Extra Family Flo.ir, Kl Dora lo Flour; Whtat IWaus, Peas; ( 'oKtit Rica CoSre, Kon a CoSoe ; j Sugar brown aud renued ; j A full assortment of t 'tuned Giodsi 1 Tea J apau uncolored Tea, a new article : Cordage, ex ' Martha Davii"," New Bedford made; ! Oars, iiakuui. Hitch. t:,ml Tar, Stoi-khol:u Imr. Amei i- cu Tar, Tar Oil, 111 i k Vjrmxu. ami auy q.iautuy oi Blocks an I M.tt Hoop.-. A few Auiei'ican t'hteot TalTrtil los the best article of the kind la.iii:. Sleriii au l Whale Oil, L-r l Oil, bet viiitr straiuetl; Linseed oil, Boiled aud raw; tuu-of Pioneer While Lea. I ; ; A lull a-ortui:ut of Fancy 'olirs iu Psiutt.; Lauip- . black. Putty, Fireproof Paint; English Portlaud Cement While Bros, aud Robbins j the two best brands brought to this market. Allot which will be ottered, aud not only offered, but will be sold as tow as the iowent prices quoted in the j place. BOLL.KS & CO. MANILA CIGARS. We have some genuine MANILAS, which we imported direct, in boxes of 500 and '2M each. ol -tf BOLLES ic CO. PENNSYLVANIA. LINES. Lt. Wayne and PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE FROM CHICAGO TO Pittsburg, Baltimore, New York, Wasb.inston, PliiladelpHia, Boston. A M i; L. K A MINUTE: The fastest time J'-ver made between Cliiuatto aud the East. 1ST For Rate 3, Tickets, sl-epiug Car Accom.uodatiolis, and further information, call on or s i in s?.. I OS. Ii. KIRK LAND, Pacini' Coast Agent, lit) Montgomery stri-et, San Francisco, 'alifornis, or to J. W. LUWIfJC, e8-3iu Correspoudiur Agent. Honolulu THE BEAVER SALOON. NO. 7 FORT STRKET. Opposite Wiluer & Co's I td. J. NOLTE, Propr;, OPKS FROM SAM. TILL 10 T. H. FIRST-tLASS l.l.MIIKS, TE1, COFFEK, SOI) I M ATKIi, GIGF.K ILK, A.C Cigars and TV obuceo ss OK BEST BRANDS. Plain and Fancy PIPS Personally Selectud from the Man ufacturers. and a Lif;e Variety o BEtsI QUA LIT V SMOKERS' ARTICLES. Lovers of BILLIARDS will find an Eltgaut BRUNSWICK & CO, BILLIARD TABLE on the Premises. The Proprietor would be pleased to receive a call from his Friends and the Public Generally, who may desire A LUNCH, a SMOK fi or a game of U1LLURUS. p8tfdinyl COMMOTION IN TIIE ROPE MARKET ! "XJEJSa 1 Aud we sell s Ijow tm tlio IlOWOHt. Aud don't anybody forget it. We Sell Vfw Bedford Hope, Aud every retailor knows Row it wlUJhold out In Xet Weight. We also have the most varied assortment of Ship Chandlery Kept by. any house this side of the Rocky ,Muitaiiis . .Such as all Hixes Hemp aud .1UIU Cordage, Artesian Woll-boriu? llopo9 Wire Rope, Sisal Kopr, Manila llitnsers, Cotton and Hemp Dnek All uuiubers, (Jalraulzed M,trloe Hardware, Paints and Oils, Copper Paint, Tare Copper Slieitiax, liln-2U oz. Yellow Metal, 11 to 28 oz. Coppering Nails, Whale Boats, Boat Stock, Galranlzed Boat nails all Sizes, And ONE THOUSAND uud ONE other articles too numerous to mention. All of which we will sell at LOWEST RATES. Also Agents for Ferry Da?lPaia Killer. Brsa U aril Pierce' Bomb Gaai and Linocea.&e. may 2d 3m A. W. PIERCE & CO. Now Landing and in Storo, GROCERIES AND "r PHOVTSIOISTS EX STEAMER MARIPOSA, BAKKS EUISOEE AND LADY LAMPSOX. Large Stock; Greal Variety; EVEBTTHINa KKEDED IN THIS MARKET, Fresh, and in Good Order Low in Price and ia quantities to tuit. IF YOV DON'T HEL1EVE IT, Drop in at 42 Queen Street. AND INQUIRE OF M. W. McGHESNEY & SON. mh31.tr ANCHOR SALOON, Captain E. M. Nordberg, Prpprietor, Corner King and Nuuanu 9 beet. THE FIX KT ANDCaOICESTBB VND3 OF UQUORS Wlnaa, Alea, Spiriu and Cigars kept on hand. Gire u' airift-l ro NOTICE. T v A.VE SOLD MY INTEREST IN THE X buain of the firm of LYCAN & JOHNBON. aonolttla, Octo'ber 12, 1883.' J 3HS Lycan IVIo- 105 and 107 Fort iPost Office Box 38 IA CAN & JOHNSON Lave just received a beautiful lot of l'arlor iSuits urj holstered in SiHc, Silk and Plush, Plush and Hair Cloth, Hair-cloth mid j Keps, that they will sell at the lowest prices, possible. ! L CA & JOHNSON have just received by "Suez " a large assortment of folding Steamer Chairs that should be inspected bv'evcrv oni contemplat ing a sea voyage. AT LYCAX & JOHNSON'S can be found all of the latest Mu.ic just re : ceived by " Suez," and (t Australia." ! LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Baby Carriages, Swinging j and Locking Cradles, Cribs, and high and low Chairs for the little folks. " ' JOHNSON have some very cheap and some expensive Bed-room I Smts. LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of small Musical Instru j riients in Honolulu. : hYCAX & JOHNSON have the only assortment of PIANOS and ORGANS j to be found in this Kingdom. ! LYCAN & JOHNSON sell more Pianos than all the other dealers because they sell cheaper, sell on the instnllmpnt 11,1 j - . ' wait, x. 7 vrjv U1UCUIO All CA j change, and lease them allowing the rental to be applied on purchase, j LYCAN & JOHNSON keep everything in the Music line. LYCAN & LOHNSON have the celebrated Herring Pat, Fire and Burtrlar proof Safes to sell. fi IjCN JOHNSON keep constantly in stock the largest assortment o Book Shelves, Clock Shelves, side and corner Brackets, &c. LYCAN & JOHNSON have a large assortment of Center Tables and every thing to put on the Center Table. J LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only assortment of Japanese Vases, Japa nese Dishes, Fans, Screens, &c, &c. LACAN & JOHN-SON have a large stock" of Toys, Dolls, Tool Chests, Doll Carriages, &c, &c. LYCAN & JOHNSON have the only large stock of Picture Moulding and Cornice Moulding to be found in Honolulu. 5 JOHNSON have a very large assortment of Paintings, Water Colors, Engravings and Chromos that they will sell below auction prices. LYCAN & JOHNSON have in their employ Mr. V G. Wood who ia the only professional house decorator in this couutrv. If you want everything to harmonize, consult him. " . j & kTPA?f & JOHNSON, Manufacture Lambroqin's Cornices and keep Cornice Moulding, poles and rings in Brass, Ebony and Walnut. LY.CAN & JOHNSON will furnish estimates for the complete or partial fur nishing of residences. LYCAN & JOHNSON sell and rent LYCAN & JOHNSON propose to sell j,,, nt uiu nigii jigures ill AAUIJUIUIU. LYCAN & JOHNSON have the best Sewing Machines for family, and man ufacturing purposes and sell them at from 20 to $4f, each. LYCAN & JOHNSON have all goods plainly marked, and will deal iunlv by everyone. . Answering all of their correspondent and shipping 'goods to the other Islands promptly, and do all in their power to please tn price and quality. ' 1 mayPJ ElSTGrLIlSTGr fe CO., 5 Nuuanu Street, Honolulu, H. I. AGENTS FOR TIIE Superior " jan!3 wly ' Stove S. J. LEVEY & COMl Wholesale and Betail Grocers, Odd Fellows' Building, Fort Street. Hcnolnln HAVE JUST Per S. S. nankow from London if. v. ii urn uuui -rruiiuiNCO, I 1 rge and varied aatsortmtntjof cunuftHH Aiju AfilcnluAil STAPLE AND FANG GROCERIES, Teas, Potted Meats, UTish, Game, A fi'W ol which are Tins Artichokes, CGOoa, Bottle3 Chili Colorow, Mackerel in Tomato Sauce, Fried Smelts, Stuffed Olives, Potted Shrimps, Bottles French Pickles, Whole Cooked Quail, Soused Mackerel, Anchovies in Oil, 1 raffled Broiled Chicken (very nice), And a Hundred Other Articles, A lao on Land ROBERTS' CELEBRATED axon w ui be Sold at Seventy-Five Cents per lh. giv toorfbc Jh STS. SJ1" jlyldiwtf & Co., Street, - - - HonoSulu. Telephone So. 179. Chairs cheaper than anyone Ine. all goods handled by them at only a usuany asietl lor goods in their line wtf. Ui-nlerH lit Stovs and Ranges. EVERY DKSCIlIl'TION O' SHEET METAL WARE On llajj.I or 2JaJ u OrJ.r. Tinnine Plnmtiing. Gotleriiig, Etc. .iilracl-t U,r. Water Pipe and Fittinp, A IX sizr.s. Sole Ak iiIh In thme Ixlaiid fur iha Montague' Bongo All Slzm In Htock. Circular nd 1'riCM on I'lication. TELEPHONE MOTICE RECEIVED, and S. S. Zealandia and Brig ei mentioned below: BottleR Chutney, Lemon Paste, Boxes Fitfs, Kegs Anchovies, : Fendon Haddock; Mackerel in Oil, i Sardines, Lime Fruit Sauce (a new article), " Too Numerous to Mentii a f reU lot of FRENCH CANDII ITS oiik i-!w' a JVMV4 Vllyt leiopnane Jo. 21.