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pearcsl on the face and body of all the
r Wo belicvo that wo can ivc the fol-
JM. It Al 1j fciii, J lowiug as iomts where Captain Harding's
DIREClbR OF THE GOVERNMENT PRESS ' testimony here differs from that given on
I the saoio subject in New Zcalfind: at
1. Denies the existence of any partial-
"WEDNESDAY, SEPT. IS, 1S12.
BcrAcmt-rror Fouiics Amiss, 1
.5 '' Eanolalu, Sept. 16th, 1575. .
Zfirblg beta Bide knows to this Department by
JkaM limy WeJthoase. Esquire. Her Britannic Maj
esty' Coomufioacr ana Count General, that with
Bsrl QnnriHe'i sanction, ilr. Tbeepbilns II. Davies
Brtlieh Vlee Cecicl fur Honolulu, has log appointed
H. B. M's. Acting Commissioner and Coninl General
dorks tbe'te-sporsry absence of tbs said James Hay
Wodehome treat this Kingdom. ICoUce l hereby
givta that the act of Mr. Theo. II. Dnies in that
eafaefejt are to bo taken at having fall force and
effect -within this Kindlon.
Frits. W. Hftcsisox,
Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs.
ArcciTroa or Articuls :x the Fexacn TncAtr.
Notice having been circa by OGeiil Declaration
to the Government of the French Republic, on the
Fifteenth Day ef April, In the Year of Our Lord One
TbooMad .Eight Hundred and Seventy-two, that
.Articles sssbered. respectively, S, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13,
It, sal of the. Treaty of Friendship, Commerce,
cs4 Xsvigatlea, between IIU Majesty Xapolcen III,
Bcperer cf the French, and lib Mejcty.Ksineba
xaeha IT, Kins of the Hawaiian Islands, concluded
at Heslsln October 29, A. D. 1S57, should cease
and expire according to the provisions of Article
2XYI, contained therein. Public Notice U hereby
gives, that on the Fifteenth Day of April, which
efc&tt be la the Tear One Thousand Eight Hundred
and Seventy-three, the above mentioned Articles cf
the Treaty aforesaid will wholly cease end expire.
By command of Uii Majesty the King.
' . Fees. W. Hirrcnisox, ,
Acting Minuter for Foreign AEalrs.
Foreign OEee. Sept. li, 1872.
Is canforaaty with the provision! of "An Act to
amend Article 41, Chapter 1C, of the Civil Code'
approved August 2Sth, 160, the following perrons
hare this day been appointed Commissioners of Pri
vate Ways and Water Privilege! for the District of
Ewa and tTalaaae, Island of Oahu, and all previous
existing appointments for that oEce in (aid District
are hereby cancelled: J. Komoikchnehn, J. R. Wil
liams, S. Tf. Mahelona,
Under the tame Aet John Piiipo has this day been
appointed Commissioner of Private Ways and Water
Privileges fsr the District of Koolaupeko, Island of
Is cenfermity with the Provisions of " An Act for
the Protection ef Parties to Contracts authorised by
Section lll7 of the Civil Code," approved July 23th,
1ET2, the following persons bave been this day ap
pointed to take acknowledgements under said Act.
lar disease for last three months.
Waiohina (tho slatting voter,) is a charming
little village, which lies nestled in a small valley
at tho extreme southern slope of Manna Jjos
Enrroanded-hy hills covered with green pastures.
and so completely hid atnonir proves of tatni,
orange. Eg and guava trees that tho'travelor, in
approaching frota the shore, finds himself in the
village, almost before, ho sees the Grst cottage.
It baa perhaps tiro hundred inhabitants, and is
.i t r n - . : . 1 .. .
. - r ,j,, . "V ekitH fend hides. Thero are here sis stores, two
T. T. Martin,
S. K. Ki,
J Y f sSMp
& W. misjox,
G. B. YMnde,
X. P. Panahek,
"erth S. Sooth Kiaa "
Xc :h Kofcaia "
' Lahatsa and
Hanalei A Asahola Kaaai
Utiae & Koloo
tVaihsks ' Miai
FH. IT. Hctcbisox,
Miaitter of the Interior.
IsTBBWK.OrrrcE, Aurost 19th, 1S72.
3. Denies that he was aware, of any
contagions disease on the last trip of the
steamer to .New Zealand.
4. Denies that he heard of any conta
gions disease on board the Nebraska for
tlic last three months, and that there were
no such cases.
Statement in Hew Zealand :
1. That Tommy Dodd was sick on tho
passage to .Auckland two or three days
with an eruptive disease, and that he was
told by a mulatto that it was small-pox :
he. Cant. Ilardimr, enquired of the 5ur-
ceon, who said it was not small-pox.
2. JL'assuu; down the coast ot iScw
Zealand another man was sick. On re
turn from Port Chalmers a (Jrird man was
reported sick, who also had an eruption.
The steward who died at Auckland, did
not complain on board, to the knowledge
ot the captain.
And Dr. Younger likewise appears to
differ here from his statements in New
Zealand in the following points
1. Denies a knowledge of any conta
gions disease on board said vessel lor the
last three mouths.
2. During the last trip there was only
one case of disease one mau sick with a
fever with a vesicular eruption, but not a
case ot small-pox.
3. No passenger landed from the steam
er sick ofanv disease.
In Ids statement in. New Zealand, he"
1. That a man named Tommy Dodd
was sick with an eruptive fever.
2. Several men afterward complaiifcd
at intervals of a few days between each
case. , .-
3. The next man after Dodd who com
plained was John Camberson.on the 21st.
bymptoms not the same as Dodd's slight
rash. All the three first cases were of
the samo character. In the last two cases
the eruption was more of a papillous char
There were Jive cases altogether that
came under my treatment. Visited Mr.
Kayo afterward, who was reported sick
of scarlet fever, and found the eruption on
him similar to the five men before spoken
of. I told him his disease was similar to
what we had on board, but that lie had
not scarlet fever. I did not recognize tho
disease as small-pox at the time.
It has been the boast of the Hawaiian
Islands for many years that no pauper,
strictly speaking, was to be found within
their limits. This is still substantially
tnie, and so far as the Hawaiians are con
cerned wo may say it is still trap. Their
wants, when in health, being cheaply pro
j vided for enables them, however poor
they may lo, to supply themselves witli
food and clothing. They do not know ab
solute want and stinging poverty; but
there is a class of people among us, who
are what we term foreigners, although
churches, one sugar mill, and several tradesmen
shops.. , It is not easy to Gnd another such a cosy
spot in oar gronp, where thrift and contentment
are so marked as in this idiima thttle of Hawaii,
which is tho nearest pert to tho volcano. It most
hare been of some such spot S3 tms that the poet
In our last week's issue we published
" By Authority' the new members of Ilis i
Majesty's Cabinet, and in connection thcy are Hawaiian citizens, that are nnac-
iuv-.u.wlu aiv auWvlUcu io kij mai custometl to tl,0 Hawai;an waj- of living,
His Majesty graciously tendered the ap-, aml nnwniing or unable to work, arc fro-
fairs to the Hon. C. C. Harris, who, after
due consideration, declined to accept the
The Nebraska, of the "Webb line of
steamers, is accused of introducing the
small-pox into this country In May last.
Happily its ravages here have been com
paratively very small, althongh eleven
unsuspecting Hawaiians have fallen vic
tims to the disease.
It Is well known that the Nebraska was
detained in quarantine for sci-eral days ,
(twelve, ttc believe,. atWcllincrton. New i
Ztolaad, during which time tho captain of
the vessel and the surgeon were examined
and testified as regards the state of the
health of the vessel after she left Honolulu.
Th6 fact that the small-pox first appeared
here after the arrival of the Nebraska, and
quently thrown upon the charity of their
more prosperous foreign fellow citizens.
jLiieir appeals arc seldom we may say
ncrcr unheeded and they are kept along,
sick .or well, in comfortable conditions.
It has been an extremely heavy tax upon
the industrious and consequently prosper
ous poeple of the country, to constantly
aid in tho maintenance of the unfortunate
and the shiftless. AYc are informed that
numbers of this class have been admitted
into the Qneen's Hospital, taking up tho
room and usurping the attention which
rightfully belongs to the natives of this
conntry, many of whom need and deserve
all the facilities afforded.
The Eruption of the Great Summit Vol
cano of Manna Loa.
Tho present eruption of the Volcano of Maana
Loa has excited nnnsaal interest, on account of
i its being the only one that has taken place in tho
m ic-w autnu suoruy alter nor terminal or summit crater during tho residence
uiirai.,tucre, ana mat tue cases wnicn of foreigners on these islands, and continued with
appeared on board tho: vessel were of a little or no change for over a month. Lights
doubtful character, thought by some on showing temporary action on the summit have
board to be the emall-pox, but apparently
unnoticed by the captain and misunder
stood by the doctor, who, althongh per
haps a skillful physician, was not, from
want of practice and observation, perfect
ly acquainted with tho difference between
one cutaneous disease and another.
Capt Harding, Dr. Younger (the sur
geon of the ship), arid Tommy Dodd,
the first patient acknowledged to be re
ported, were closely examined as to the
appearance of the disease. "Wo have not
space to -publish "cither the evidence given
in New Zealand or here ; but in contrast
ing n few points wc will be able to show
the littlo discrepancies between the testi
mony of tho captain and-surgeon at Wel
lington and at Honolulu. At Honolulu,
so far as we can understand the testimony,
they both testified that there was no
marked disease on board; that Captain
Fletcher, who dicdho day after his land
occasionally been seen, but they have either been
soon extinguished, or tho seat of action ha3 been
removed lower down the sides of tho mountain,
from 'whence large volatile' of lava-have been
ejected, as in 1859 and 18G8.
On Monday tho 2nd inst, a party of fifteen
tourists, including one lady, embarked in the
steamer Kilauen, intending to mafco tho ascent
of Manna Loa, and vieV one of the loftiost vol
canoes in the world. It,being tho most favor
ablo season of the year, and tho weather mild, the
prospect for tho tourists wa3 especially inviting,
though few of theoi comprehended the difficul
ties which they woald have to encounter in mak
ing tho ascent of this rugged and, what has
been supposed to bo, almost inaccessible .moun
tain, which ba3 seldom been ascended, and then
only by tho most daring adventurers.
It is needless to giro a description of "tho
voyago on tho steamer Kikiitm, which partook
of the sober and ludicrous character usually at
tending onr inter-island travel The approach to
Kawaihao revealed the first view of the volcano.
fifty miles or more distant, crowning tho bcauti-
inS here, had rtotreported himself sick on ' I" .ZZ,: " , "T
. . i . ... . stretches in majestic crnndear from MannaVm nr.
Oosrd the vessel, and that neither tho cap-! the lcft t0 Mmnt jrnsUbi on tle AboVo
tiiin nor the doctor knew that he was sick. ; this dome, tho smoky clouds rise upward and
This all-iaay be, for in 2 cw Zealand noth
ing -rasfaid in regard to. Capt. Fletcher,
but there -was in regard to the head oiler,
who is spoken of in the testimony as hav-iS-aJjraruIanranJseraptipns
Ms fhceand body which some persons on
board piOTOtmred to l5'smalI-por though
the surgeon, Dr. Yonnger, .appeared not
to recognize it as such. : '
Five -coses of a similar nature in all,
appeared daring the voyage, and one care
fullyjrcading the testimony would see that
althoagh the ,docfpifand;Ije captain testi
fied tlXhgjsymjt.inn dif
fered, stHljthCjEamc, pains were suffered
and the same eruptions of tho skin ap-
fioit far off to the right, brilliantly reflecting thf
light from the volcano beneath and iHnmiaating
the island and ocean for miles arorrnd. llie Ens
was not visible from here, but this column of light
wa3 so brilliant as to deceive many into the be
lief that it was a pillar or Era.
On the steamer's arrival at 4 p. it. on the 4th,
at the-small harbor of Kaalaala, which 13 a quiet
littlo cpvo near tho .extreme eoathem point of
Mawau, onr to-tnita landed, and as fast tu horses
could be obtained, foand their way to the Tillage
or taiohinu, seven .miles distant, arriving there
daring the evening.1 The inhabitants were, of
course, taken by surprise at tho unannounced ap
proach of such a crowd or volcano hunters, tic
steamer npuavjagrpeen expects there that
week and to tho best of "heir-abilitj, provided
for their guests.
M Oh, ti4 n snme bright little Isle of nor on,
la a tloe summer ocean fir off and alooe,
Wbere a lof never die in the itDl MoiKnlnc bovrr.
And the le banqaets on thronffa a whole jear of flowers
Where the soa loves to passe
With so food a del'r.
That 11- night onlj drmwi
A thin veU o'er the lij ;
Where ilmrilj to 'eel that w breathe, thst we lire.
It worth the beet Jjt that life elsewhere can gire.'
Of coarse in such a paradise as this every want
of the traveler could be supplied. Horses, the
chief want in this case, 'were abundant, and
care was needed to select sonnd and well-shod an!
mats fitted for such a hard tramp as was contetn
plated. After tho usual bargaining and palaver
ing with tho natives, which forcibly reminded us
of Gorgona and Chagrvs, when " 49-ers" had to
cross tho mountains at Panama, each traveler
mounted his steed which he fancied would pas
inspection under any war department. Tho
charges were high, but not exorbitant, being $15
for each animal, for tho round 'trip from Waio
hina to tho summit and back, and' $5 'more per
head, if the animals were left in Ililo. The pack
males and horses for servanU were subject to tho
About niuo o'clock Thursday morning, Sep
tember 5th. oar cavalcado of moantaineors,
twenty in number including xcrvants, galloped
out of tho village, much to tho wonderment of
tho staring nativos, some taking tho lower road,
which lies along or near tho shore, and others
tho mountain road. In wet weather the lower is
preamble : but in pleasant weather, tho upper
road affords n much cooler and less fatiguing
ride. The view from it in passing over tho hills
and through tho groves which skirt tho mountain,
is delightfully picturesque. Abovo you "Mauua
Loa rises in ridgo after ridge, till lost in tho
clouds, whilo a thousand feet below you, the dry
and black lava plains stretch toward tha sea, and
tho serrated shore is whito with tho breakinc
srf, as far as tho eye can reach; in 'either direc
Xight brought tho party to .Kapapala, soma
seeking lodgings at tho house of Judgo Lyman,
at present occupied only by natives ; but most of
them going on to tho ranch of Mr. Chas. E.
Richardson, who kindly entertainefl his nnespect--
ed guests to tho extent of his ability. The dis
tance from tVaioliiuu to Kapapala is 24 miles,
over a good road.
Hero the first perplexity was mot thore was
no gnido to bo had, and one of tho returning trav
elers fronrthe summit gave a rather discouraging
picture of tho troubles and dangers, attendi
the ascont. Only ona person, ICawalia, a native
in tho employ of .Mr. Richardson, wa3 known to
be competent to act as guide, aud he had becu
compelled to return from the summit sick and
completely prostrated with the journey. Money
would not tempt Inm to andertako tho ascent at
present. Under this aspect of affairs, two of tho
party abandoned the ascent, and started off for
The only altornativevnow left was to send for a
half-caste, Mr. Henry Gandall, living four miles
distant, and urge him to pilot tho party to tho
summit. Ho had been up only once, and it was
uncertain whether he would bo williug to go. Ho
was foand soma miles np the mountain at work
in the pain district, and the somewhat exorbit
ant offer of fifty dollars sot tied the question. He
is a native of Hawaii, a 1ml lock hantcr.and knows
every trail and track on tho southern slope of
Manna Loa, at least as high as wild rattlo roam.
Our party, now reduced to twelvo tourists,
gnido and five attendants, 18 in all, and toler
ably well stocked with provisions and other
necessaries, which had been collected here and
there, without any system or fore thought, left
Kapapala for the summit at 3 p. v of the 6th.
The road for the first seven miles ascends quito
gradually, and skirts along the ioreat belts. It is
6imply a bridal 'path, leading through tho worth
less o-i weed, which kills graa and weeds, and
renders tho land where it grows worthless.
At 6 r. jr., we reached Captain Ellis' ranch,
seven miles from Kapapala. This 13 a farm-house
and cattlo station, located on a grassy pint, just
at the lower edgo of tho forest, in the frost re
gion, and probably tho highest dwelling in Kaa.
The Captain appeared quite non-plussed at tho
sudden appearance of so many horsemen, and as
soon as he found they were unarmed and impel
led with no murderous designs, welcomed tho
strangers with a true sailor's heart, to sham for
tho night hi3 humble thatch cottngo and frugal
faro. A tent which we had with us, was pitched,
and served to accommodate some, while others
slept in tho bouse.
t 6 o'clock on Saturday morning, after an
early breakfast, seasoned with delicious ice-cold
butler and milk, as ricli a3 any Orange County
products, and provided each with a bottle of
water, and etceteras, we again- mounted our ani
mals, and headed for " Mokuaweoweo," the sum
mit crater. Our road from this point lead through
the forest not a dense jungle, but a succession
of koa and ohia groves, anil of easy ascent ;
though we rode slowly, preferring not to tiro our
animals, on their unaccustomed journey. An
easy three hours rido brought U3 to tho "Can-p
rig Ground," near tho upper edgo of the forest
belt nino miles from Captain lOfe' and sixteen
miles from Richardson's. Its elevation is 7.000
ft-, or about half the bight of the mountain. It
Is simply a convenient half-way halting place,
there being no house nor shelter of any kind.
Here wo rested ourJanimal3, made a fire, boiled
water, and took a cold lunch with a enp of tea.
Some of the party left their names engraved on
tha trees, as mementoes of tha trip.
Leaving hero a part of tho provisions, water
anJ saperuaoa3 luggage to await our return, aud
taking along slick3 for fael and grass for tho
horses, wo mounted again at 10 o'clock, and set
of-onder the lead of Gandall, whom wo had al
ready found in-lispansalle. The first honri ride
was through bushes, which became more and
more Ecant as we. ascended, till at tho end of three
miles from the " Camping Ground," no 6tgn of
vegetation could bo seen. Immediately on leav
ing thQ ramping ground, the surface becomes very
rough, the track (there is no road.) is orc-r broken
pahoeh'oe lava, which: rises in ridgea all around,
and yet of so easy asceatthat tho traveler ino
where compelled to dismount and walk unless he
chooses to do so. From this pointon to the sum
mit, ten or twelve miles, is a picture cf desolation
nothing but a dreary waste of lava rock, above,
below whichever way we tarn the v'.ev 13
tho same ridgo after ridgo, arid pile after pilo of
glossy broken pahochoc, or dirty an clinkers. If
any ono wishes to be impressed with Jho rnagni
tude of Maura Loa, or tho vastnesa of this fiery
furnace, let him undertako this trip to its summit
Xo track or trail of any kind exits, and tho woik
of tho guide appears almost miraculous. Yet ho
led us safely over th'13 rocky desert, stopping oc
casionally to rest -oar horses and mules, though
none of then appeared to sailer in any respect..
The weather wa3 pleasant, wind light, with the
fog clouds at times so thick thai wo could not
see fifty yards distant. After leaving tha " Camp
ing Ground, several of tho party were troubled
with headaches, which continued till the return
to tho samo place tho next day. On the summit.
somo were troubled with nausea and vomiting.
others ato heartily. The air was probably not so
rare as usual, owing to tha light southerly wind,
which prevailed at the summit, and only "onelor
two felt difficulty in breathing. Xcither was it
as cold as usual. Ve had no , thcrmomotcr, but
judged it would mdicato about freezing point
Ice an inch and a-half thick waa found in the pool
but tho water in oar bottles was not frozen.
At 5 r. ji., Sept. 7tb, wo reached tho summit
ot Mauna Loa, after a ride of seven hours from
tho " Cuuipiog Ground," or eleven hours from
Ellis', including several stoppages,' all tho party
comparatively well, and with spirits buoyant
enough to givo . three hearty cheers, a3 we step-
pea on 1110 oriDK oi tno crater. And what a
glorious yiow a sight seen only once in a life
time from tho highest point or land in tho
broad Pacific standing on tho brink of tho
Creator's grandest fiery fnrnace, before 03 in full
blast with the ocean fourteen thousand feet be
low n3, rising with a singular illasion to tho hori
zon which hangs midway between the zenith and
tho baso of tho mountain with tho clonds dang
ling around and below us like a blanket of snow
and tho sua setting midway down tho sky
this was tho sccno wo had for tho last twonty
years wished to behold, and liko tho old Roman
Conqueror, each ono of us not oxcepting tho
courageons lady who had accompanied U3 could
well exclaim, " Vieni, Villi, J7c."
n. m. w.
(2o be concluded nexticcek)
Ilcport oi" tlic I-Iiyslclnn of the
AYc publish below tho report of Dn.
McKibbin, tho Physician of tho Queen's
Hospital, presented beforo tho Trustees
on the 13th inst. :
Quers's Hosrrr.lL, 13th Sept., 1872.
To tlic Trustees of the Queen's Hospital:
Gkxti.kmen : I have the honor to submit tho
following Report of tho Queen's Hospital from
tho 21st Juno to dato.
The total number of patients 'at present in tho
Hospital is 03, viz, : 43 males nnd 31 female?."
(Hawaiians,) and IS males and 1 female (foreign
ers 10 paying.) Tho total number of admis
sions lias been OC ; of theso, 54 were males, nnd
I, females (Hawaiian,) and 17 males and 1
fomalo (foreigners.) 28-1 now cases havo been
entered in tho books, and 2.487 prescriptions
mado up. Discharged, 75, viz. : 45 males, 17
females, and 13 foreigners. The greatest num
ber of patients in tho Hospital at ono tinio wa3
G, tho smallest, GS.
During this period thero havo been C deaths,
all males, 3 natives and 3 foreigners: 2 from
ilisease of hip joint, 1 from typhoid fever, 1 frac
ture of skull, (accident,) 1 from debility, and 1
Bright'a disease of tho kidnoys. Tho operations :
1 amputation or tho log, 5 removal of tumors, 1
fistula in ano, and n number of minor operations.
A well ventilated and suitable ward has been
fitted cp in one of tlio out buildings for the indi
gent foreigners so long resident in tho Hospital,
This arrangement is much more convenient for
them, as somo of them are unable to go cp ami
down stairs, besides giving more room in the
Owing to tho liumber of applications for ad
mission, it has becomo necessary to purchaso
more iron bedsteads, and most of the wards aro
now fully furnished with them. It i3 very grati
fying to find that tho natives all over the group
are beginning to realize at lost the benefit of
tho Queen's Hospital ; in. connection with which
I may remark that a -very largo proportion of tho
patients has been from the other Islands, all of
whom seem to esteem it a privilcgo to gain ad.
mission into tha institution.
The new pipes give a much better supply 0
of water, and the water "upstairs is a great source
of comfort to tho patients, besides tho gavingil
labor. The most of the medicines ordered from
London havo been received, nnd tho" Surgery is
now being fitted cp in a proper and convenient
manner. Duo attention has been given to all
the other departments of the Hospital, as well
as the grounds, which I presume will bo reported
by tho lsiting Committee, who havo been most
regular and diligent in their inspections.
In conclusion, I would beg to express in tho
highest terms the entiro satisfacftion given mo by
Mr. T. Toe, in tho discharge of his now very
onerous duties, and commend him to your special
notice, for the untiring zeal, kindnc33,' nnd -bu-
maoity displayed by him towards all tho patiants
in tho Hospital, as well as tho interest he takes
in tho general prosperity of the institution, and
in every department intrusted to his care;
The same rcmark3 aro equally npplicablo to
the female nnrso, Maiiebaiwale, whose conduct
has been worthy of all praise. Sho has proved
herself to be a most reliable, hamanu. and valuable
assistant, and a worthy examplo to her race.
RonsET McKideis, Jo., 31. T).,
Surgeon to tlte Queen's Hospital.
F. A. SCHiLEFER & Co.
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Goods of Jfrcrj Description.
Per 1 R. C. Wylirj,' from Bromon,
To which they call the attention of tho Trade.
ti Prices anil Tcrm to Snlt the Tlmci. -55
Superior French Clnrct
And Bordcnux Wines,
Old Sherry and Port "Wine,
. In Cares and Casks.
German Fale Ale, Key Brand,
Holland Gin, in boxes,!
Cognac, in demijohns,
Superior Champagne Cognac,
Alcohol, 96 per Cent., full proof!
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leather "Waro, Wooden Ware,
And a largo variety of
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Of Superior Quality.
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For Sals at
FEBKINS & HOUSE'S PATEHT.
"IV e claim for this Lamp, aa follows
1. Aluolate Safety nnder all eireanutancej, both from
breaking and explosion.
It cive" twice as ranch lisht from tame filed nick.
3. It ore? 3S per cent lets oil for an cqnal amount of
4. It gives no odor in horning, turned never to low.
5. The itcadiccsj of the flame is wondcrfal. '
fi. It is Ornamental and Durable lasts a lifetime.
7. It Is a suceessfol rival of Gas at a trlflinc cxr-ensc.
S. It buret any kind of Coal Oil good or bad. -
There is now need of no more Shocking Deaths
and Tcrribfo Fires frua Coal Oil Lamps exploding or
To tustaia tbcio strong claims, ne refer to the
Lamp itself, and to critical tests by tho most eminent
All orders will bo attended to by Jf r. Ed. Everett.
J. II. CO.YEF,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Sptcima Laipt any le teat at JSartoa't. 23-3 m
II. 1IACKF.EE, 13 & CO
Offer for Sale
THE FOLLOWING GOODS
Ex Hawaiian Bark " R. C. WYUE,"
DAYS 1'llOJI llllKaiCSf.
PEINTS, LAWNS, MUSLINS,
Whito and BIno Cottons, and Drills,
Bluo Denims, Burlaps, Mosquito Netting,
Bine and AVhito Flannels, White Molejkin,
Assorted Bod Quilts, Assorted Silks,
Cotton and Linen Handkerchiefs,
TVhito Imperial Linen, Assorted Towels,
Socks and Stockings, Assorted Threads,
Assorted Shan Is and Flaids,
Woolen Blankets, red, ithitc, green, bluo groy,
Fancy Flannel Shirts,
Fine Cloths and Cashmeres
For Tailors' nso.
Fine Silks and Woolen 'Goods
FOR LADIES' DRESSES.
Banting, assorted colors, French Merinos,
Assorted Perfnmcry, Lobln's Extracts, ic,
Assorted English Saddles,
French Calfskins, Faints and Oils,
A Full Assortment of German,
French nnd EnIlNlt
Rhine Wines, Champagne, Scotch Ales,
German and Norwegian Ales, Oin, Sherry,
Batchers' Knives, Pen and Pocket Knives,
Scissors, Perforated Brass Centrifugal Linings,
Babbitt's Metal, Banca Tin, Tin Plates,
Fence Wire, Galvanized Iron Pipes.
Sheet Zinc, Best Refined Iron,
Arsortdd Qualities Needles,
Silver Plated Forks, Spoons and Ladles,
o., Ac., , Ac.
TJLrjQ.o-TTolo of tlio
Steamer fg "Kilauea."
Srptembcr 30th Kon
October 7th ClrenltJ of Hawaii
October lath Kona
October 34tli Circuit oflCanal
October SSth Circuit ot Hawaii
Tickets can oatv bo secured at the Ofice. No credit
will bo given for pasja-o money.
32 SAM'L G. WILDER. Agent.
. . V
United States; New Zealand and Australia
Hail Steamship Lino,
For San Francisco.
Will leavo on or about Saturday, September 21st.
Ami Other Stew Zealand Ports, connecting
tit Aocklnnil with Steamers for Sydney,
Melbourne anil Itrliba.ie
Will leavo on or aboat Saturday, September 21st
SUPRK.1IB CODtlT OP THK JIAIVAIl.lS
ISLANDS la rroUt. la U atlrr J rt Eut r
UXTO.N I. TOSSXXT. UK of IfMtataK nt. At
CfeuaUra, lxfcr lion, smiba It ABo, CMrf Jsatiraw
OnmtttarMKl frHac U MtM r X. T. JU c B94
lain, Exrator of lbs KM tt Lfetm L. Tnt, itf Km
tola. Ollia, iImmmJ. aOTrlag Uat euUia tiaalsfau ta
saMEtai,MtiTtbtoaMfcx!a'aanii uM T"t.
were pnwnttd to the !R!Mn 'J stltsttoM4 M
necessary voocltr, ami Itv bia anm aa4 ttlt '
sroaaiUTtotMar-twtatea ltw sasi jy teuaaieBintanJ
arproved by lb Ccwrt.
it Is ordcttd. last SATUSOaT. I!M Ills 4j J-tf OrfcJur.
A. D. UTS. at 14 o'clock A. x., twfcn W nM Jattte at tf
Chambers, In tho Cfewt How, at ImmSK I ami Hm mm
U brtb rtohirnl as ti Urn and aslg ast-I-ctltloo,
ami that all rrwn tnlsmlfd any aa4 (Smv
spjTtx and 9mw rawM, If say Umt ban, war HtisiUilitsu
ibutaU not I stfret! ij lbs CSneiL Awj Mat ssr
tw paMbbeit Is th EhM tswwsf. la (sw Haw US
nsxsrrs Btwytwrrr Pln'l MHl fWSM Is H fcr
ter. A. D
Altai : CMf Jarttra f Mm ftp
Jso. B. Eia-iaas, Drp. CUtt ffntv OMit
ixsrrs Btwytwrrr rtta f waa is iwswwa, frr
ire sbcctssIvo wrks rrevtee thtb- strata
-arise mtt at I lewis hi. It. I . JMs MHi r ot IwSsas
T. A. D. lSTl J-LiSHA. H. ALUS.
Altwt: CMf JaMir f Nm StHnaCm
SCFXIKMK COCRT OH- THK HAWAILUf
ISL.IND. Uihn. is. IaUxsnttorrfCniraNlieset,
Fer SAX FX.IXCISCO, on or about
S-itordsy Jaly Slh Sstnnlsy Oct. 191b
Saturday Aocun Sllh SatDnlsy... Sax. 16tb
Salanliy Spt, list Sajurdar Dec Hlh
Tor AVOKL.IXD, dV., on or about
Sutnrdsy Jnlr 27th Satnrdsy Oct 19th
SntnnUy AoptACSTth Satnniv WT- ICltl
SatnnLiy SeptSlst Satunlay Dec. 11th
S3" Freicbt for tho steamers will be received in
tho steamers' warohouse free of storage.
SSSf I assonrers booked tnroncD at reaaeeu rates
to poinu la tno united Mates and to tiivcrpooi, anu
also to ports In Xcw Zealand and Australia.
i: or rrclgnt or passage and all fertner Information,
11. Urtl.tvri.LrU IU.,
IS tf Acents.
For Portland, Oregon I
THE FASTAILING BARKENTINE
J. A. Palkinburg,
T. J. FORBES.
Harirtrj a Large Portion of Iter Freight En
For Freight or Passage, apply to
S6 CAdTLE A COOKE. Agents.
For San Francisco.
THE FINE A 1 HAWAIIAN CLIPPER BARK
tk IS. C. WYLIE,
. IIALTKIUIANN MASTKH,
117 have quick dispatch for tfie above Port.
For freight or passage apply to
35 II. HACKFKLD A CO., Agents
THE NORTH GERMAN SHIP
&. P" r-i r- - Si-
S: C J rv U O
IV. 1JKIIUBNS - - - - JIa.ter.
a Totontary ttaakni-i.
The aboTe Dsaml Caenc IfKsn Bssfnc s
drclar! Uiewtf a touUra?! umrM la iWtfaMatlW
It Li ordsrrl by tas Oart tlMt the Marshal sf Mm Ktaae
Join do take rusMntoo. ul all ths t-rvytfly t mtt snatntt
andpatblastortboviM.eiatiBC fawn tGreit Kva. st
ppr tinker loea ainl asal ;
And It U rnrlarr enlsrsM by tbs (Vsrt. tart wif t tmA
baakrsptsy l (iTtn'tfi the UsTffiHnrat Ki,t, al Ibat
Mile to alao gkea t tart win alt mriit ta a
nasslte, cjiIHdc upon all cmUIvs cf uh hanarast ttnr
bfw tb IIo. EII-V It AtbB. al la CMft II l M
llotrotols, at i:ydtlt .. i PA TV KBIT, ta ink day r
Octabor, In the year uwHweasod pthi Uqailrilas4fa.
oty-two, trxm sad IWr te tnm laW AhU similic s
Uw. Satsd Ilaaolala, Wl hM. ia. A. Bk MB.
KUl-llA II. AH, ITT.
Attest: CbUf Jattlr tns Mft aw (fatt,
Jsoa C tUaxno. Dr C!er. gup. Coarf. t
CIRCUIT COUNT OP THK rtlOKTII
Jndirlal Clmlt, Kami. k Act Tvm. A. tf. MR.
AKI, libdlut bt Wterw, vs. tOSOUO, Kwsoa'sal
la the stwTS ratlllol llUl tr erfim, ttitmr 4mi
that ailraroof tonm frrw lb bead eftaslrlswy Wn.
tnrdln Trrf IbemM Akl -r ta ,Mf ta tBty t
the said runt-bo, la U aud sW-rnl. aftsr tee mMs) of
six moot lis Irnst ta tale ef this iMrf. fn iiWim
with the terms Umtsf, salsH Bstmt not aK ass imr
to tb contrary.
And tbs IRnilant Isonlrml to rvAtMSaa slltstWsrer
this order In Ibe fTeriimttt Oiirrrr an4 Km Aw exs Sir
six socceeslrs weke: th Unt taoltssMsa ii r i nllSSi i
-noatb from the iit ef IMs nler; that aH (im hiiwnt.
ed may, srituio sta montb sa- cut, hy nta sVgrs
shenkt not be made absolats by ta ftmrt
O. X Tt tlXOX. Owk.
gUPUKJIK COUIJ.T OP THK HA1VAIJAJI
l-LANDS IX rnOBATE-Ia th sutl.r ef th 1
of WILUAM JiETVTOM L.DD, lalr f HmI. Ii,i(4.
ai inamior. tlor the lion. JIM 3. HartwL rns
A KM -elate Jnttlr.
On readlne athl tlliw lb Mtltinn -- - -
O. Carter, AdminlslraUa- ef th Kststs tl TVts. Sswtsn ts,
late of Ileoolola. ilfiseagd. vkmln k. ..w. tn a
Jt,00l 2 and cbaricf Uawll with Kobt St 'ft aaks ht
tb same may b rlDils.I and a and that a teat
order may b ms.ls of dtstrltraHra ef Ik prsraly riw rates;
la his banits ta the pmaas tbmla samtnl, aad aVMnhe
bim and bis tnretles from all farther WMiMni a s
lliserdered, that SATURDAY, la llh ty sf OrtaUr.
A. D. 1ST2. at ten o'clock A. X.. fcsfere ta nU Jmi
aiambers. In lbs Cwirl Hew, at Hswlale. h aa4 lbsa
lirrrby Is aprWntnl as tk IIm ami piae SM- hrii;aat
petlUra an. I sremnts, sad that all cf bms liu,rr,l4
tben and there appear snI sbow esas. If aay tbry has, why
the sate iboeM act be Kranted, and auy fmm t stUmc a
to who are entitled to th said Mnsrtr. Amd that tU, S-'t
In the EujllUh Untcmcr. b riMMifl In tk lUwanm
OlttTTt, Bswipaper prinlrd and poblkbo! ha llan.lala. fcr
tbree inrcwnlte weeks ptesloss to tk time thM ameat.
ed for said hearlez.
iateaatllennla, II. I., thbSHb oy cttrrt A.R HW.
AtrKBD 8. IIARTWEU.
Attest: Js.lkeof the Oswrt.
J.10.E. Elisisp. Deputy Clsrk. 3Mt
CIKCUIT COURT OF TUB FOUItTH
JUDICIAL CinUlUT. KAUAI, aa, T 1
D.1ST2. KAIlKA.LIIllDl.llrom, m. KACLlIKiKAI.
inioesivreeiitiiird Like! Sue Mmr It ts aw aeshtrsd
tint a Icra cf Jlrorrr rniaa th tawl f iMlrhaaaay h as
teredin f4,or of th sM Kalm, efth rin flln tin I IIm
of tho sahl Kaolalkekal. to Ik- mad ahsslals aftes- Ik ex
plnition ef six months fhtn th lst r this smV, m
cvuinllanc with tU knaas thsreut, aalaa saSesVat
shall appear to the coetrary.
And the Ut-rlhut Is ordered to txibttah aa atteatsd csyy f
Will leave for above port on or about tho 1st day of 'JZSZlSXZSllSJSSi Z
October next t or freight or passage, having su- month from thiUtef this order, thai all parens ratntl
pcrlor accommodation apply to tho Captain or ' within six moath ahw caaa why saM Jwn stamM
II. iiAUki-JjLU to., -gents. -i-r.7CL"r"- v x
UPKK.JIE COUUT OK THE HAWAIIAN
ISt..Me. in lTubal In tk matter of tk. Kaaai af
'VILUAM HUMrilKKY.'. or IIon.rfal. .left. ad. Onl
buw caoas oo SfHtailaai ot lixaniler far usdsr f Me sf
Licenses Expiring in September, 1872
N O Tl C IE.
DTJRINR xn ABSENCE FROM TOE TTSG
DOM.Thate appointed Messrs. MaVEekart, my
irothcr, and S. K. Ilawton, to take charge, of, my
holiness.' Thcy will continue the mahnfactnte'and
sale of Jewelry, as-heretofore.
2I-fim CilR. ECKART.
Jnst rfcceivcdj via San Frnncisco
An Invoice of Englisn -Saaaies.;
II. HACKFELD & CO
Fancy Goods, Toys, Eidiiig Whips
COMI1S AXO IJHUKUES,
Portland Cement, best brands,
Blacksmiths' Coals, Tar and Pitch,
Fire Clay, Fire Sand, Fire Bricks,
Oak Boats for Coasters.
A SMALL LOT OF
SUPERIOR CUSTOM-MADE FURNITURE
Mahogany Sideboard, with Jlarhlo Elab Mirror,
Mohogarry Dining Table,
Rosewood Centre JaWo, Rosewood Sofa,
Cane Scat FoMing Cbairf,
FISE IIAVASl AND.GERMAS GICABS,
Is foil assortment and at various prices.
Music Boxer, Glass Beads,
Ana Jinny Oilier Goods too XVaxner.
25 on to Jlcution, Stn
S tth On Chnng. cor King A Nanann st, Honolulu
5th Mrs. I'arren, nnana Street '
5th Ho Cheang..........Hotel "
5th II BoIIman .Fort "
2d JNcill '
Sth M T DnnneU King "
Id Thos Tannatrn.. .Fort "
Sth M S Orinbaum a Co-...Qnceu "
15lh Hnyselden A Bros Fort "
18tb Henry Bird Richard
list Ah Zn .Kanmakapili
12th Ab On Mannakca it
23rd Ah LIo Nuuanu st
6th II E Mclntyre .'. King st
10th Chulan Bror.. Nananrt st
'10th . " " f'
10th Geo C McLean Nanana st '
9th Ah Pal...
Sth W P Alaa . . Hamakua
15th Hapal A Son Panaboa, Ililo
3ttt Aeaana !.. .Knbalil,
2nd Alama Kailua. Kona
1st Cnewnoon ........M.....m........Kahnlal,
12th W L Davis ;. Wailaka
10th E C Fountain..-.. ....Kaunakakai
20th S P Hanchett WaImea
7th Theo C Heuck ......Fortst. Honolulu
On readme and Aline: th pstltssn f V. B. IVal af Itaew
ioio, cvernur oi in ill oi uiiusm Hemp
Sfnreas' 1. TTSTFhc tor Sn nnlsr of Safe at Mataha mJ
llnle t "mi -tt. aaJ sxthig twlh mlaialwlMi.
sees why aosli real eatste shoaM h sole :
it is ni-reoy omril, lhal all penes Int.rettrl fa ihe isH
etlte. sppear btte Ihla Court on SATUMlliY th sl
ef Ssptealw, A. D. 1ST2. at 18 aelosk a. at Ik Owt
Itoom el this Court, In Ilonolsln. thn and (km to alMV
eanse why an order sbouM net be (raatol fcr th Me sfsswlt
And Ills farther ordered, that a espy ef Ihts order be no.
llihad at least three inrmln nl, twlat taaWiere
hearlne. In the faienM, Csnrts .ed KtAu Oiou m.
Itta pahllshed In mil HoeeUtn.
ifsieu iioihhqio, ii. l, 8pt 3rd, MTi
EMail A it t.nv
Attest: Chlsf Jeatlceer th. genraaa. Cnirt.
TVAtrta K. Bsat, Clerk. 31
SUPUKMK COUUT OP THE IIAWAIIA.V
ISLANDS. In i't.hala In Ik. .n.. v....A
of JOUS L. DESIIAi.f Ilmolaln. dersaiMaL OnkrlesW
CSRW wbr an order ef Hal tr ltanl vt.r. ,bu n. a
It sppearlnt; to Ibis Conrt by th pelltlna this ilsy prwet.
ed and Hied by MTillism C. Parke tin Admhilstratsr ef tk k
tate of John L Deaha. (IvcmmI mi r.. 1 i
or real rstale, that II Is necenary to the raal eatste t
pay the debts ootitandinr sunlnst the i!mh,mi anj-ik. .uaj.
einenses and charges of administration.
, , omerro ey rnu vwut that all pmeas letareatnl h,
the Estate ef th snti! deceaaed appear bet-ire this Csattt fas
the Coort Hea In llsnelnln. on SATURDAT. tk. sua .u.
or geptsnibsr, A. D. 1S7S, at 10 o'clock a. x., te abew erfaa
why an order shooM aot be (crania.! te saM Admlaiatretsr.
to sell so mneh of the real eatate ef th safct decraseil aa mar
Ami that a COOT Of this order be nehH.ha.1 at ka.l
snetesslra week, previous to the sskl day of beertac m the
,.,1" Cf,','e n,t, A" hM newspapers psUlatudaod
prlntod In saw Uonolala.
iionomin, sept a, 1572.
, , BUIIg.1 It. ALlKf,
A1,',fl: - o Oilef Jastleaof thegetremeOiwrt
W stlia It jm, Clef It. J)M
20th Wlllhm Hnghcs Bartlctt Saloon, Honolulu "IR, B "j3TFu OF T,,E K8TATK or
21th Oco C Sidcrs Bank Exchango " "f u,?i!al . laCkwM.
22d a W lIoojrht.illiD" ...Bay Horse
Cth William AVatcrhousc Oahu
!lst II Bradley
17th S K Kawson
23nl Wm McCandless Ulakoheo, Honolulu
aum jonn .Moananli. -....King st.
Hth E II Boyd. Hotel st.
1 1tb II S Howland Qaccn st
14th Reed .t Richardson-... ........
1st C P Ward. Nos. 69. 70. 71.....
ISth Keanpoloblwa, No. 72 ..
1st C P Ward. No. 73
30th C Raymond
hers, before Cbtolt Judge of 2nd Judicial Clreelt, ilswafaaa
Upon bearlni: and Ullnc Ihe txtltion ef It. M,k..L. e.
of Labaloa, JIaol, II. I., Executor under Ibe WiHef r. A
On.llnot, late of tabalna. Slant, II.'I., deeeaseil, prsylex that
aiMjanuptncawMi y mu USM luT tk rMMrleK sml ap.
proslni: of elaims saslnrt aikl Eatata an. I ta. s..t ....... te
said Executor, for the distribution of tbe funds actetiB to
.. .. . . '.' " "" m uiaauEe 01 we Kxsevier.
Notice is hershs etfsn to all ahim imMH..ifc.i
THURSDAY, the 2611, ef Feptemher. IS7I, st 4 o'clock a. X
at the Court Houte In Labaiea, Maul, II. L Is the time awl
place set for hearing said petition and any oUrttkmi that
may be offered there 61. A. FORNA.tDER.
, . Ore. JadjeaiJoJ.WaufeMI. I.
tabslns, Ang. IT, lSTX JuJ
CIIICUIT COUUT OF THK KMUIITH Ju
dicial Cfreelt. Kanai. aa. 4 ra.t JTm. a r, 1.
loka Kamalll. LlUllant tx dlrore ta. Sloenlaa KamaUt
ln tl Mhos. antitlMl Ull Cm- .tt.... I, c , .
I hit a decree of dl tore from the bond if mstrtmsor be en.
teredinfarorof ths.M IjAx KaauiH .r t.. ...
deserlbm of the saM Ueanlka Kamalll, ta t mad aW-ii
after th espiratfen of lt months from th Oslo ef Unsafe,
ere upon eemolisnee with tha inn. ...
cause shall appear to lb centrary. " """"""
30th II S Ilowland, No. 1-....-.... .-Ilonolula
1st S Luuloa Lahaina. Jlani
2d m King...
27th Kamipelo.......... ...Panahoa, Ililo
.. .. .-....... ...Slannakea st, Ilonolula
Dv the Onart.
Kswlflwiil, Aegust 1J. 1S7i
a.W. WIIXOX, Clerk.
TIIE,VN,EnSI;NEI- haTlnff bn ap
fn Pi"lw Temrrary Adn,In'slraUrof the Krt.to
ofD. S. ORAM, late of Makawao. deeease-Ubersbr
refines ts all persons baring claims against tha said
Bstato to Pteent theoi within slv mih. r ,t.
dxtoof this first pnblleatioa. or they will ha fsrerer
-"--- pczjQua uueotea to said Bstate i
ALL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FORBIDDEN oe' a iBtoeJIitB pavtaent t tho nodtr
to Irtlit ray wife MARY" on my aeconnt, as sho "Sa- T. W. EVBnETT
has deserted my bed and board. Temporary Administrator Est. of D. F. Grant
Honolulu, Angost23, 182.
Walluko. Aug. 30, 1871.
Rail Road Wheels and Axles.
T) USIIINfiS, Ac, Complete, snitabic for
I TT M . t ft . . 1 a S a . . .
jls i.anruau aracasonnanuiionsor liuaco Islands
"J t-s imj Ai.itt;u A ALLEN.
-tV Hnwniinn Soli nn.l ln,l.lin -r .
W.mnfi a.. ,Z.TZ-,r?..'i"""-''
.. . i -J- ... xorsaie oy
-' im WALKER A AT.r.!W
Notice. ' "
DUIlINa MY ABSENCE PKOM TlilS
. Kisgdora Jlr. CIIA8. T. OUIICK win be my duly
authorized attorney, aad wDl bare charge of my business.
IlDnclalB, Hsrch Clb, 1S72. tf
Hay! Hay! Hay.
THE Undcnlgncd are Hcccivlnr; pressed
3Prlxra.o JSLmxlnxila TrnT.
Ft2?M, ,'hicI, ttey will sell In quantities to suit.
II Aliri f. II. AL A I . T l. aj
.Ti SJ,rCn!r . UI-9 10 i"'enl-aed within
ITana, ABgnsf20th,IS72. A; UNNA, '
Alal. PEltSONS Indebted to th. Eatntn
of WILLIAM CUOLBY.dswJis-i T.r. rsV,'',c
aro hereby noUficd to pay tho amount of nwb. in
debtedness to OEOHflH W wvrtan,7i "tTJI'
lukn, SfaaL who lx dnlT .- f.... ?.V',;-f-
guesieu to presen t lliem for settlement as abor.. J4.g-
Comialjiarlat et ConjuUt do lARepnbUrae Fraaeatta
au aica siavaii.
Avis anx Franeais,
UN nECKNBKJIENT liUlNQEJUfAt rfe
la popubUou ayaat. en ro momcat, Ilea ca
franco, le Oourernement tie la Hepnblkpe vJent, par
coiaire aaressce a ses Agtiis a 1'etraorcr, da
let charger do relevcr le nombro, le sexe. l'ace, lea
noms.etc., do lean natlanaax rtildant dai Ieors
i litre quo ee soil, one des Res do 1'ArchipsI,
A Xh rUIXSONSbavlnrranr .it SSSZZ "S -
tho BtUUof EDWARD LEEaoN, dH mVJ
Will niGXIfl nfMitfiT PhaitreislH Ih.-.J.. s . . ' I . . - UVHI
f Pw1a',Jwiiai, " Consulat de Franco a Hno
lulo tniebard 8tteet. S3.) d 10 h. a taldL
VMjt Uonolala, le afercredl II Eeptetnbre. 1S72.
. Le Cental etOomraliislr. l. I n.vn ' .
"i"8- . . HENRY LE Monnytti
L.S.T - -'"aSC
10 flllfl Sw,ss cioaus, .
U,UUU Manila Cigars, Ocrman Cigars,
For tale by
B0LLES t CO.
A Few Half DittteU left;
For sale by B0LLES & C.