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P. ftt.S.S.Co.'s Time Table for 1831.
tor saw nuxcnco. roB accaia ixn tiuarr.
City of Sydney- 3an IT Zealand's JmS
Anniii..M.... reDlf City or Sydney. Ftbll
.TOty of New Vort. JUmrrh II Australia.... March 1
.Zeataadia April II City of Sew York..Aprll 16
City of Sydney .Hay Zealandla May 14
Australia June 6 Cltj of Sydney-.. ..Jnnr 11
City er New Tort.-.. Joly 4 Anstralia JulrG
ealandla ... ...Angl City of New
City of Sydney Aug-) Zealandla beptl
Anstralia SeptSC City of Sydney Ocl
uityoi new Australia. Oct 9
Zcaiandia. .Not 21 City of New York- ..Not 9
City of Decl Zealandla Iee 14
JTOS0LUZ.U. XOVF.XVER 2d. 1831.
The past week hat been notably a busy one; not in
circles, hnwtrrr. hut In prepsrlnj; and
Hi Majesty en bis relnrn fnm abroad. l)etai!cd
nccnsmle of his reception will be found clscsi bere in our
The team-T Australia, from San Francisco, arrlTed
on turday In 6 day and 29 boon, ebe brought a
large namber of passengers, including Ilia Wajetty
and a-Ale, and sercral lamaalnas, besides a Taluabla
The departure were Am barken tine KUkltat, for tha
Sound In ballast, and barkentlne Eureka for San Fran-cine.
The Tetsela on tie berth are, the barka Ella, Lady
I imfson nd IX "W Almy. Tbe Ceylon railed
(fn featuriar last 3r. Adams disposed of lease of
burning, machinery, Ac-, on Fort street, belonging to
tbeevtateef tbe late S D liurrowe, to 2de?srs Bertelman
and Hardy for tbe i nm of $3(100. Also, at tbe same lime
aud plate, the lot just manta of tbe Chinese church on
Jfert street, belonging to D V Fauani. was sold for
bogsrs are beginning to arrive more freely, although
a4t Ac pntalions harr not, ns yet, folly commenced
grtntlifig. Elce I now coming forward for shipment.
Tbe feHowlir Is lleesrs. 'Williams, Dlmond A Cos
siewtMy OtrcnUr," which will prove of Interest to our
Sak Ymiarco. Ocrroxs lth. 1881.
Onr last adrlcea were dated Silk beplembcr, since
which dale the Fall trade has opened, ai.d wc hate
to report an active buslnes In all branches. Uar
emp are being marketed at good prices.
Noxhaoge In Alaulla basis since our last
respe&a, rate being 6.W!. Cuba culrlrugals VG are
noted at ceBls In New York.
According to latest estimates the European Beet
esgar crop wiileiceei that of last year by seventy-file
tbasaa loas NtftwilbsUndlng nhlcn, owing to
present reduced stocks, lad pric of raw in Eastern
market ve fully fire-eighths of a cent per lb. better
than l this lime last year, with a good outlook for the
Fur the benefit of onr friends connected with the
agar Interests of the Islands, we beg to submit the
following Information concerning the totalled
Kama. The best qualities ot sugar In Manila are
caMed Extra Superior of which there are to gtadts
1. , oraber Jnt and Too: the being the
ample of exiort, ud the one quoted In all the market
iq'usts. The color ol eame is ho. Uolch" standard.
I'nmber One la the cradc adopted for our basis,
mttowet than 101) in color.
One or the laraut lmiorter of Manila scjors In tbe
Saitiern suur sent a bujer to that market, about a
ar atDee, with instructions lo uake purchases only
M paiarirespe tesu. In answer to our request, as the
rrtuttor Us of a year, thns desired, c
have received She folionln; dirpotch which explains
Xxw Tore. Oct lth, 1831.
rtarizatlona Extra Superior So. One SO per cent,
lewect, VJ per cent, average about SK er cent.
Any comment, therefore, upon the generous action
et Ui. Class Jpreckel in rcdncint; "the basis" a degree,
after contracts for the present year were
wonld be euperfinons on onr park
In comparison with tbe Tame of Hawaiian bucars for
refisilec purposes, it is found that while Manila feugar
cainuln more dlrt.Ihere is less glucose than in Hawaiian,
and the Iteonerie of this city claim that they pay
tbe Istana punters more man ine uiueraucc in iuc n-s
recti ve nines by tbe additional premiums Riven for
onlor and decrees or polarization. In confirmation or
this tew, we have to report that after careful Investigation
we find that the Ken York Keflncrica tio not
color of any vsluc, and that their standard
allowance forcach degree is from 1-30 to 1-8 of a cent
per pound. . ...
With these facts onr planter friends can easily determine
whether or no they have received the fall value
eftheirsmrarsiu this market.
RICE.-There were some sales of Hawaiian made o
mrrtvabjUic vessels which arrived Oct. llh. at prices
Tasilng from SU cents cash to 6 ceuts less 3 per cent,
for cash; also some small sales nn the spot, prior to the
arrival of those vessels, at the latter price and with the
aainedlkcount. but stnee arrivals, the unsold lots by
thau were placed with diflcnlty at CV cents, CO and Ml
Onecanseof the decline Is doubtless the expected
large supply In the "JaneA. Falkinbnrg" now doc,
the consignees of which have been offering, and which
Is reported aid, at prices which have not been reported,
bat supposed to be a concession which was a
drcldVd Inducement to purchasers.
MOLASSES. There are enquiries for choice for
borne use and for Overland shipment. Last sales &
TALIiOW. Continues In good demand at !4 centa
WOOL Market dull , quotations somewhat nominal.
Teesjaolc Southern Fall, il cents 14 cents; Northern
17 si ts c 23 cent.
Gate, $5:STH; Starr Mill, $5:20.
CKAKTEUS. Last charter s Sd Cork, TJ. IT. for an
Iron ship Market qnlet with free arrivals the past
eeveral daye and dull Engli.h ai.ticef.
EJCHA.NOE -0 dajs Luudun, O 50d; ew
York sight, ! cent premium. .. .
ARI1I VALS. Sept ZTth. Am bk II. V. Almy; OctSrd,
Br strnr Australia; tth. Am brig J. D. Spreckels, (from
K.bnlnl); Ctb. Am schr ltosario; Klh. Am bk U. C.
Mmrtr; llth, Am bktne Discovery; 12th, Am brig W.
O. Irwin; 12th. Am achr Clans tjprcckels; 12th, Am
schrtV. iL Meyer: 13th, Ilrbkbuffolktanh, Haw brig
romare, f rom Kabnlut),:ist, Am bktne J. A.
JjffPAItTrKES. Sent SSth. Am f Unr City of
Oct. 2nd, Am Wane
VT.B Dlmond. (for Kahnlnl); Slh, Am sch Twilight,
(for Hlk). lh. Am bktne Ella. Sth. Am brlc Consnclo;
I6th. Kus stmr Corvettes Plastoun. Afrika, Yastnlck;
10th, Am be II. V. Almy, 16th, Am brig J. V.
Am bk D C. Murray.
.FioJECTED DEPAUTUKES. Am chr VT. II.
Merer, OetSSib; Am bktne Biscovery. Nou. S.
tsuxiaxs, BtxoiU) Co.
PORT OP HONOLULU.
Oet 2S 11 IMS Yastnlck, Tonsills, from Hawaii
1'JlSii Ant trails, l anilll, from San rrin
Oct 27 Ain bk KlikiUt, Robinson, for Port Gamble
29 Am achr Annie F Briers. Forbes, for Portland
SO Am bk Uuena Vista, Calhoun, for Port Gamble
Am bktne Eureka. Emerson, for an lfran
Am bk Ilevere. Mclmyie, for Itoyal Roada
- P M t fi Atstralia, Cargill. for Sydney
JCov 1-Am bk Ceylon. Mallet, tor Hongkong
of ataor Australia, Cargill, commander
LftSan Francisco on the 221 October, discharging her
pflot alCpm Dense fug until midnight; on SJd experienced
moderate SV breeze and cloudy weather:
21th strong head winds and sea; 23th to 2Jth light S
and variable winds with long XV swell; asih light
southerly breeze and fine weather; 2lh, 4:30 p m, arrive
For Windward Forts. perLlkeIIke.Oct25 E AMorse.
lITHXUn.K l'eck.E Bal. H Uornwell. F A llarndcn,
J BtnersonIIIIWebb,CApoi,Mri i MNe . II Crabe.
H Johnson. J W Gay, W II Holms, G W Pilipo. E
From Windward Ports, per Llkelike, Oct 30-T II
Davie, F H Jackson. W Helms. W W Forth,
L Aseo. Mrs J Welrht, O Kenton. E 0 Wnston.
il II Webb, A W Dubois, F A Uarnden. Miss M Severance,
Mtea B Carter. Burbank. WE bmlth. Hev W A
Suan. Rev Leonor. U Turton. W F fiharrat, A Fornan-der.
E A Morse, T C Porscyth.
From San Francisco, per stmr Anstralia, October SI
HI! M Kalakana. Col C II Jndd, Major Macfarlanc.
His ElWS Armstrong. Mr Bobt Olhoflen, C II
Mrs 8 W LawIor.Miss Master Lawlor. Mr i Mrs
G WOlrvin. "Miss Glrvin. Mr andMrsM S Grinbauim
Miss Gartenbcrg. W 11 Bailey, wife and children, A. E
Hecht. CWModdard, C S Klmersley. J Bi.lmersley.
Hon HA Wldemann. Miss K Wldemann. Sfsa .
Miss Wenaell.John Boblnson, W H Fnller.TIt
Mellin. J UPalyi Mrs Patv, Mrs Paty,en, 3 V McFle,
S J Aguew, Mrs Afnew, l Kankin. Hesse. Mrs 1 W
Morgan. Miss J E fierce, W E Actetman. B Hobinson.
Miss Robinson. A M Sproul, Mr and Mrs B Dean, M.s
C 11 Bird U J Smith. G Laurman, Mrs A Brown J
G F ells. J I) Frairr, W Daewerity, J M Stinson,
tVlJavls. If Bradley, DPnrdy. Mrs E !Jtley. C OerU,
X Vernon, W B Reed. A J Berger. M F Blear, G A Ward,
E Foot, A Llndsaa. wife and 7 children, and 107 In transit
lor the Colonies.
I PneSan Francisco, RoblnaoB,
For per Annie F Brlggs, Oct IS-G Galllk.
for AnckUnd and Sydney, per Australia, Oct 31 E
I? Marks, U B Hales.
From San Francisco, per Anstralia. Oct ptg
tobacco, J pkgs md.e.4 pkgs eWnese mdae, - dry
roods. 2T pkra f rn t and grapes 10 kga Jager beer, ja
Sgi OTlonsTnd potatoes, lHpkg. frnlt and onlonj. 15
pks florlda water. 5 pkgs stationery. SO ske peutoee, ,.
pkj dregs, a ptn rroccries, pkgs shrimps, -I " pkgs
FoVForUand,V Annie Friggs. OjJ.Jt500 ,bt
, 12S81 lbs engar Val Domestic, J1I.4SS.17.
Far San Francisco, per Eureka. Oct lba
ngar.2Z5Wlbarice,8iabnch bananas. Val
'rot Anckland and Sydney, per Australia, Oct Sl-1 ca
seeds, 1 ca eneeU. Val Domertlc,
In4hl city. Oct Kth, to the wife of Mr. Robertl
lSwrri AaarhteT. I
" tbe 27lh Inst, In this city, Maior
hlTMthTear. FadBc Cast
papers please copy.
i ?rf wSSJesfcr. Mass.. In the ah year o. hi.
lit. Winchester and Boston paper, please copy.
No. 31 ,t Hall's
A ladr engRed
stere and drove op to the ono mile tridge, when
she col out and tendered the man his legal fare of
25 cents. "Oh" said he,uI don't drive np the
alley for 25 cents,'' and refused to take the money.
ere Uoensed f or pnrpoaea of pub-lie
utaitj, and not of extortion. Of coarse tha id-low
thought he would bounce another quarUr, but
Itooidnot eneceed in this Instance. Itwould be
weU for the nothorities to remind No. St thathe
St accept hUbwd fare without inridtoM
The expressman or cabman or whatever
SJiylaUBim, fa the Samo ia ail parU of the
cTS?u1 Blwaj. Uy toget W extafareorti?!
The Empire House is closed for a timo pendinc
Dr. E. It Thacher returned on the Lilthlt from
his resect Tisit to Hawaii and Mani.
Those goats still con tine to enjoy themselves on
the roccnlent slopes xf Ponclitxml.
The Cousin's Society meets on Saturday evening
of this week at tbe residence of U. 'Waterhonse on
The Roman Catholic Cathedral steeple and the
Bell Tower trere beantif clly decorated with colored
lights end lanterns.
Admiral Aslambogoff returned here on Saturday
in n.l.K3rs. Vtttmcl: The Admiral had been to
Hilo to Tisit tbe volcano.
The coasting steamers came in with crowds
of- passengers, all eager to take port in or to see
the procession in honor of the King.
The signs of mounting which hare been abost
onr streets since the news of President Garfield's
death, were nearly all removed on Saturday.
His Majesty the King -visited Admiral
on board II. L M. S. Afrika vestcrdaj. The
Russians dressed ship, manned the yards and fired
a Boyal salute.
The military turned ont in their new uniforms
on Saturday. They are not rnrticnlarly becoming.
One company had red plumes to the helmet, the
other had blue.
The occupants of Mr. VT. L. Green's carriage
had a narrow escape the other day; when driving
into Mr. Pfluger's yard, the horse took fright, and
smashed the carriage.
Ono of the lanterns in the Chinese arch caught
fire on Saturday evening, but was promptly put
out. A fine blaze would hare resulted had not the
bystanders been handy.
We see advertised in the Fiji Timet, a letter addressed
to Robert Catton, Huelb, Hawaiian Islands,
short of postage 2d. There is apparently no
organization for forwarding short paid letters in
The concert in aid of the St. Andrew's organ
fund takes place to-morrow evening: the audience
will be a large one, and an attractive programme
is promised; the toy symphony is said to be very
The LUtlikt left at 3 r. x. yesterday to accommodate
the Court, which goes en tq. hold the Novem
ber term at Waimea. It did not accommodate tbe
journalists however, who bad to work hard to get
in time for the mail.
Mr. DanSel Dean, the gentlemanly purser of the
steamer Australia, has been granted a leave of absence
for three months, and in company with Mrs.
Dean, proposes visiting the different points of interest
on the Islands.
Mr. Rockwell, n gentleman of leisure, and an
ardent disciple of science, arrived by
He intends to observe the transit of Mercury.
By tho way, no one reported anything about
the transit of Vnlcan.
To night at the Hawaiian Hotel a grand ball will
be given, under the auspices of the Maile Social
Club, in honor of Admiral Aslambegoff and the officers
of II . I. R. M. ships of war now in our harbor.
A pleasant evening U anticipated.
Judge Bickcrton ought to have had a pair of
while gloves presented to him last 'Wednesday ; on
that day the chargo sheet was clean. This speaks
well for the orderliness of the Russian sailors, a
number of whom were on shore.
The literary club movement seems to gain
ground. There were two meetings last week, one
for young people; the latter was highly enjoyed
and will do real good, by developing a taste for
good literature and musio at an early age.
The arrival of the steamer Australia on Saturday
afternoon sort of woke np the town: the unfortunate
telephone operator had an awful time of
it ; messages came in so fast that it was almost
impossible to connect so many wires at once.
One of the Chromele witnesses of the tlareiy on
these Islands, is a one-horse printer and general
bumtner. We see be claims to have been a member
of "the Adctriiter staff; we expect this is the
first the proprietor of that paper knows about it.
The other day there was a sale held of tho library
of the late Chief Justice. Why was it, that it was
not more generally advertised sooner? Apartfrom
the valueof tbe books, plenty of people would have
liked to have bought a memento of the deceased
The letter of the Attorney-General which we
publish to-day. confirms the view which we took,
when the translation appeared in the Adrtrlittr.
It will now be in order to explain the words " traitor
cr constructive traitor" which our contemporary
- "What was the matter i ith the " By Authority "
notice and who issued it ? W,e refer to tho one
about the order and time of closing the Government
offices on Monday. There was no signature
at the bottom ; people were called upon to obey
they knew not whom.
The Princess Regent received the Bishop of
Arathea, accompanied by the French Commissioner
and Mons. Ratard, on Saturday. The Bishop
came to present his acknowledgment for the order
which had been conferred upon him. His Excellency
the Minister of Foreign Affairs and His
Excellency Governor Dominis were present.
H. I. R. M. S. Afrika did her coaling by electric
light; it is Tery hot during tue day, and by the aid
of this light the men were able to work with ease
during the cool of the night. Our devil was down
on the wharf and mistook the dumping of the coal
sacks for the strains of tbe band. We have been
trying to educate his ear by putting hiin alongside
the steam-whistle at the Iron Works.
Tbe band was engaged at a private party when
the news of lite King's arrival come, and had to
be hurried up in express wagons, getting in only
just in time. In connection with this we must
jwiut out that the band ought not to bo lent to
private individuals on a Saturday afternoon.
There are a number of ptople who enjoy the
music at the square and they should not be deprived
of their weekly pleasure.
On Saturday last a horse and carriage containing
ladies, was driving up Kuuann street, near Mr.
PerTy'e store, when it was met by a party of
horsemen, riding irregularly one of whom collided
with the vehicle, demolishing one of the forward
wheels, and seriously endangering the lives
of the occupants of the carriage. The horse and
rider were thrown to the grown, neither of whom
sustaintd any serious harm. The driver of the
carnage endeavored to avoid a collision by reining
in to the curb, j
We have to record the death of Major McKay,
who has been a resident among ns for some years
Few people who saw the old gentleman living
quietly at his home, realized what a stirring
life his had been. Almost from boyhood he had
been engaged in the Indian wars. The Major was
on; of the most interesting of men to talk to ;
full of bright anecdotes of the various hairbreadth
escapes and dashing enterprises he had
been engaged in. The funeral took place on
Thursday and was very largely attended.
short paid letters were forwarded by
last mail, thanks to the subscriptions that had
come in. There were five dollars altogether in
hand $3 CG were expended, leaving' fl 31 on
hand for next mall. It is proposed to get a special
stamp, for unpaid letters, which will draw the attention
of receivers more readily to the fact that
the short paid letters have bceff forwarded. It will
take some three months or bo before the fund will
gel anything back from abroad; it will therefore
need tbe subscriptions of those who are Interested
in the movement for at least that time. Most of
tbe letters forwarded last mail, were from the
A friend of ours who has recently come here, had
heard of the honesty of the inhabitants of
this city, acd in trustful spirit hung his milk-can I
on his garden fence; last .nursaay morning, on
getting up, he found 'can and milk had gone. He
blamed his own trustfulness and started off to borrow
milk from bis neighbor. As he turned out of
his to,he perceived his neighbor coming out of
his. Between the two houses they met, when each
beret oat with, "roj dear follow can you lend .me
ht milk r And on compiling notes, found that
the milk thief had viqiled both establishments.
It H needless to add Ihtit a policeman i stitioned
at the comer of the street, but then Tut must have
been enjoying his morning nap; beside" you can't
expect him to look after milk-cans.
Early on Monday morning, tha cottage belonging
to Mr. Cushman Jones was observed by some
of the neighbors to be onfire. Help was promptly
on hand, and the fire engines were immediately
summoned; before they arrived however, the neighbors,
who had collected, had managed to get the
flames under by means of the fire buckets. Had
these not been handy, the conflagration wonld certainly
haTe spread. Credit is due to the Fire com
panies for the prompt manner in which they turned
out. Before the flames were got under, the whole
of the interior of the cottage was destroyed. -It
wsa unfortunate for Mr. Jones that
the fire occurred in the cottage as he had removed
a large part of his furniture, and many Tamable
articles into it pending repairs in the large house.
These have been all destroyed; it is doubtful
whether he can recover his insurance upon them,
as they were only insured for tbe large house. The
fire must have been the work of' an incendiary. A
candle and a quantity of shavings were found under
the house. Marshal Parke has offered $100 reward;
if the rascal is caught, wo hope he will get
The SoKrrfoiPrea says "the Gizxm's account
of the robbery of f30 from Mr. J. Rose's safo is
wrong in every particular." And then proceeds
to give an account of a robbery that occurred on
Saturday tho ISth. Before the Saturday Prett begins
correcting the Gitrrrr, it had better get hold
of its facts in proper shape. Our information
came from Mr. Rose, who we presume is a pretty
good Judge of whether he lost the money or not.
Where the Saturday Ptyt collected its facts wo do
not know. There were two robberies, ono on
Saturday 15th, the other the following Saturday
of course this was a little bewildering; it requires
a strong brain to unravel tbe intricacies of such a
matter:one robbery at a time, with n decent interval
between, say six months or so, the Saturday
rmt will manage to report correctly: thieves-will
please take notice of this and act accordingly;
even tho worst of criminals would have soma
pity for the struggles of tbe Press man to get
hold of his news. Go slow is the motto; no harry;
crawl along. The also
correction, in which it states that the prisoner was
arrested by " Mr. We are given to
understand that tho P. C. A. received its information
from the Police! Corrections received with
Hilo Bay presents n lively appearance with three
steamers and two large schooners.
The English steam-yacht arrived at
Hilo on Thursday, October 27th.
The schooner Tirttlght, "Whitney master, arrived
at Hilo on Friday, October 21st, 12) days from
San Francisco, with a full cargo of general merchandise,
40 mules and 1 cow.
The Russian cruiser Tettnik bearing the broad
pennant of Admiral Aslambegoff arrived at Hilo
on Tuesday afternoon, October 25th. At an early
hour of Wednesday n largo party of Rusrian
officers, including the Admiral, started for the
There is now a mile of track laid, grading has
been carried np to 15 miles. The non-arrival of
the engine is the greatest drawback. However,
there is every hope that on January 1st, the first
load of cane will be hauled to the Mahukona landing,
and then things will just begin to buzz.
The well atMahukona had reached MO feet last
Thursday, and supposing the rock to prove the
same, it ought to be over 500 feet now. No water
had been reached. Mr. Wilder talks of buying
the machinery and working it on his own account.
There seems to be a determination to reach water
or lava, or to reach the antipodes of Mahukona.
Thepublio schoohi will re-open on Thursdary
The Steamer C. R. Bishop, lays up this week to
undergo an overhauling, painting, tx. The James
Makee will take ber place instead, sailing this day.
There are great complaints of drought. If the
weather continues as it is not only will the plantations
suffer, but the natives will lose their taro
The credit of the decorations and illuminations
about tbe Goverment buildings is due to Mr. J. A.
Hassinger, who worked most indefaligably and
whose efforts were crowned with success.
Rev. T. H. Rouse preached -two interesting sermons
on the subject of Temperance lately, in
Mnkawao, and on the 30th preached at Spreckels-ville.
A room having baen provided by Mr. J. D.
Spreckels for that purpose.
Mr. E. H. Parker, the engineer of the Eahului
and H. R. R., deserves the thanks of the community
for his gentlemanly conduct And affable
manner in delivering freight in his capacity ns
conductor. "Ve have heard encomiums showered
upon him from nil sides.
The children who formed in the procession on
Monday would have suffered a great deal from
thirst, if some benevolent thdividmls had not
brought out some cops and buckets of water. The
Marshals who had charge of this part of the procession
knowing how long the children would have
to stand in a hot sun should have made some
preparation for it by having water on hand.
The crops on the Garden Island ale doing well.
The Kekaha cane is spoken of as especially good ;
the mill is now grinding and turning out a fine
Mr. Baldwin has just made a tour of the Island,
examining the schools. He reports that the four
English schools are doing well, all full. The native
common schools always lose in number as
soon ns English schools are established.
Rev. and Mrs. 3- M. Aloxandor's Golden
Makawio, Oct, 27th, 1881."
The great event on East Maui the past week has
been tbe golden wedding of Father Alexander and
wife. The children and grandchildren met at
Glenside, the home of Rev. James M. Alexander,
to celebrate the happy event. The exercises consisted
of singing, addresses and poems, followed
by tbe baptism of bis 27th and 28th grandchildren.
The presents made lo the aged couple by
their children were Tery elegant and costly. There
were gold watches for each, a gold headed cane,
portraits, life size of each, and a very elegant
albumin velvet and gold, the gift of the grand-children,
to be filled with their pictures. There
were quite a goodly number of beautiful presents
from other friends and neighbors. Tbe
house was beautifully trimmed with evergreens
intertwined with golden flowers, many emblems,
mottoes and monograms in golden letters, and
numerous boquets. The guests numbered over
eighty, and were served with refreshments and
plenty of wedding cake, with elegant mountings
that adorned tbe tables. The address, tbe poem
and original song, were appropriate and beautiful
full of fine sentiments and touching allusions.
They were beautifully engrossed and encased in
an elegant cover, with gilt names and the dates
1831 nrd 1851 and presented to tbe honored couple
as n memorial to the occasion. Father Alexander's
descendants number 43. There has been but one
death among tbemin SO years, that of a grandchild
of his son Henry. Thirty-two of the family
were present at this gathering, two are in Europe
and the others, mostly children, in the other
This is the first golden wedding that has
the Islands or among tbe missionary families.
Father Lyman of Hilo, however, lacks but a
few days of arriving at the same honor. The honor
ed bride and groom looked ttale and hearty, and
many in their congratulations expressed th,wiah
that 'they might yet celebrate their
25 years hence. We understand that a fill
account of this happy occasion with tbe addresses
and poems will be printed for private circulation
Please allow mo fcpace. to
say "that Eohala is alive on educational mattes
and fully understands the benefits to be derived
from an Association of Teachers. Coming as some
of ns hare from the far Hist where aTetchers
Convention is a yearly inspiration, to be cooped
up hers in a school room for months and .years
withoct learning -what others are doing, we are
liable to get into deep. ruts, and become satisfied
with present attainments.
"We need to become acquainted with k each other
and other work and in. time, some of the peculiar
obstacles in the way of tfarhing English to pupils
of various nationalities will be removed. Let us
haTe an experience meeting and social gathering
and plan solid work for the future. Go on Mr.
Editor in your good work and Blimp the brethren.
Eohala has been beard from. Who speaks next?
Respectfully yours, Ewkd N. Dies.
HIS MAJESTY THE KING!
At 335 on the afternoon of the 23th ins, the
news was transmitted by means of the telephone
wires, from the station at Diamond Head
to the Central Office, that the mail steamer Australia
was passing Coco Head, with the Royal
Standard flying. Immediately on the receipt of
this unlooked-for intelligence, the steamer not be
ing expected until the morning-of the 31st, there
was a rush hither and thither amongst our citizens,
all being Trit to the utmost degree and greeting
each friend and acquaintance with the short
but expressive statement,
tux xrso xs coursa !
The excitement which was manifested by the
few who first received the news, soon pervaded the
general public, and the members of the Reception
Committee, Marshals, members of the Tarious military
organizations, firemen, and all who were to
take part in the reception of His Majesty, could be
seen hurrying towards their domiciles,
armories, eta, eager to don appropriate regalia,
accoutrements and uniforms, ready to receive
the returning Sovereign.
Captain Shepherd was the pilot to whom fell the
duty of bringing in tho Australia, and almost immediately
upon receipt of tho news his boat was
ready and vas pulled off and out of the harbor towards
the incoming steamer.
The guns of Punchbowl Battery at this time
belched forth the signal for tbe assembling Marshals,
Committees and Tarious Societies, who were
to be present on the occasion of His Majesty's arrival,
and the steam-whistles of the numerous
manufacturing establishments and steamers added
their shrill voices to the general warning. The
.Russian men-of-war in the harbor proceeded to
dress ship and tbe nimble-footed, tars laid aloft
and rove life-lines preparatory to maiming the
" .. . ... . .,
In the meantime, heaps of maile and
. . . . w. . - . I
were being strewn along tue isspianaae, .art ana
King streets to the Palace gates, posts were entwined
with evergreens; decorations, arches, etc,
were receiving finishing touches, and by the inde
fatigable exertions and good judgment displayed by
the Hon. John Cummins, who had these matter
in charge, order was brought out of chaos in an
incredibly short space of time and in a manner
which reflected credit on his ability.
As the steamer Beared the the royal
Hawaiian standard was seen floating at the main
and as the boat came alongside the vessel the
familiar faces of Cob Armstrong and Col. Judd
were seen. A hearty handshake was given to
Captain Shepherd by tho returning voyagers, and
their first inquiry was "are all well onshore?"
the next "didn't we take you by surprise ?"
HIS 1UJESTI THE KINO.
The King occupied the stateroom of Captain
Cargill during the trip down and the apartments
had been fitted up in a Eumptuous and luxurious
manner for his comfort and convenience. The
King looks well, he is not so stout as ho -a as when
he went away, but he appears very much better in
health : he seemed immensely pleased to be near-
ing his homo again and spoke with animation to
those around him.
THE IS poT.
As the Australia, nnder the guidance of tho
pilot, steamed in through the Passage the yards of
thoJVil"'1i''"'onnd Kfn 'twere manned by
the Russian men-of-war men and cheer after
cheer was given by them, tho sound prolonged
and re-echoed back by the large mass of peoplo
that lined the shore, crowded the house tops, and
perched in the rigging of the vessels near the proposed
point of debarkation. The gunof the vessels
of the Russian fleet, and Punchbowl battery
added their welcome. His Ex. Governor J. 0.
Dominis accompanied by Col. W. F. Allen, Col. C.
P. Iaukaa, and Major A. Rosa, proceeded in the
tug Pele lo tho near vicinity of tho Australia, then
pulled in boats alongside the steamer and, after
tbe expressions of greeting, the Governor's boat
was placed at His Majesty's service to proceed on
board the Pele , Colonels Armstrong, Judd and G.
W. Macfarlanc and the Governor's staff returning
also on board the tug. Capt, Hempstead immediately
proceeded with the Pele, and conveyed the
Royal I arty to a landing place at Foster & Co'g
wharf, which had been especially arranged for the
As the P slowly neared the place of landing.
His Majesty's eyeawere greeted with the sight of
golden letters on a darkvelvetey ground an aloha
of the Hon. John A. Cuniuiins, niottoed in the
.words, "ti not 1 1. Ka u Hawaii no kaoi," etc.
Other inscriptions spoke tbe aloha of tbe people
in the words, - Aloha ka Moi," ' Welcome Home
Our King," and the square set apart was tastefully
decorated, festooned and wreathed with maile, ti,
and other sweet-smelling pl.ints, while the floor
was strewn ankle deep with more of the same
greens. At 0:15 p.m. the Pele arrived -alongside
the n harf, on which were the Reception Committee,
consisting of His Ex. H. A. 1'. Carter, His Ex. W.
L. Green, His Ex. J. S. Walker, Hon. A. S. Cleg-horn,
Hon. J. M. Kapena, Hon. C. R. Bishop,
Henry Waterhoube, Esq., Hon. A. F. Judd, Hon.
S. liaai, Hon. J. Moanauli, Hon. I). Kahuna, Hon.
L. McCully, and Hon. M. Kcaea. His Majesty, accompanied
by Col. Armstrong, Col. Judd, Col. G.
W. Macfarlane, His Ex. Governor Dominis and
staff, on landing was received by Hon. A. S. Cleg-horn
who spoke a few words of welcomo and then
an official address of welcome in English, was made
by the Hon C. it. Bjsuop in the following words :
MlT IT rLEABK 1'oOE MiJESTl 1
We have the honor to be chosen by the residents
of Honolulu to greet Your Majesty with a hearty
Your people, from Hawaii to iihau, would
gladly be present to join ia this greeting
but ns that cannot be, we, in their behalf, salute
you with their united alotui.
All are thankful that, on your journey around
tin globe, you have been kept in health, and are
now restored to us in safety. Accept our congratulations
upon tho happy realization of a long
c "erndied wish a dream of your early years the
diuire to visit the great countries of the world,
and see the homes of different races.
Your subjects and friends have from time to
time learned with pride and pleasure of the distinguished
honors and hospitalities extended to
Your Majesty in many capitals and other cities;
and of the cordial friendship with which you were
received by the rulers, princes and people visited
by you in Asia, Africa, Europe and Americi.
Honor to the Sovereign is reflected upon hii country
and excites the patriotism and hope of his
Having been called to rule over a people composed
of many nationalities; much wisdom and
prudence will be required in. moulding and guiding
these elements into a compact and satisfied
community and your experience and observation
will be of great value in that important work.
Possessing thejgood will of the Great Powers and
having in your own person created a friendly interest
in your Government in all quarters of the
globe. Your Majesty's position and prospects as a
ruler, might well excite tbe envy of the princes of
other lands. Yon, Sire, are our standard bearer;
the hearts of the people, native and foreign, ate
with you ; and you can depend upon their following
aud snpporting you in every step and measure
intended to promote independence, stability and
The truth and beauty of our National motto
were never more apparent nor better appreciated
than they are now. jiSgaia most cordially repeating
our welcome, we wish .our Majesty a long and
Hon. S. Kaai then read an address to His Majesty
in the native language, and of which the following
is a translation :
Yoon Muestt Krso -mi Sibk Be pleased to
listen to the- united voiceof the people of Tour
Majesty's capital city, through ns, who hare been
deputized to express the warm and hearty welcome
with which they greet their King home again.
Long and peaceful have been the years to a
united people under your Majesty's beneficent
reign; and etyong, therefore, is their loyalty.
When yodr Majesty took your departure from
our midst, on a tour around the world, our hearts
were sad and we were apprehensive of misfortune,
for we remembered that tbe path of oar King lay
across wide oceans and through strange countries,
surrounded by perils without number.
But now, all that has happily- passed, and tbe
perhaps idle fears of your Majesty's people hare
proved groundless ; and so, on this bright and auspicious
day, while our own dark mountains rise
behind and tho sea softly murmura in front of us,
the earnest wish of your Majesty has been fulfilled.
And to-day, also, the fears and anxieties of your
Majesty's loyal subjects are happily ended, and
their hearts are' filled wjthjseace and joy.
Our prayer is that your Majesty may be long
spared to reign over prosperous and happy people.
The King received the addresses with an earnest
attention. He made It short reply, stating that he
felt truly grateful 'for the honors; tendered bim
and proud to find that his people were so anxious
and willing to display their regard for him on bis
return. His f not allow him at tbe
present time to express himself- entirely in the
manner that he could wish but he would, at a
future time, make a more satisfactory reply, snyv
in? now bat this, that, "the aloha of the people
for their Sovereign was no greater than his aloha
for the people." His Majesty then shook hands
with each member of the Committee present, also
with Marshal W. O. Parke, and tnrnino to Admiral
Aslambegoff, Commander-in-chief of the Russian
sqoadron in port here, who, accompanied with nn f
Aide, "was also on the platform, thanked him for
mi presence aud reierrea en passaut to a former
meeting at Singapore, the King expressing himself
well pleased to meet the Admiral In this
country. His Majesty then proceeded to a carriage
in waiting, and, in company with Hon. A. 8.
Clegborn and His Ex. GoTemorDominis, followed
by Cola, Armstrong, Judd and Macfarlane in
another carriage ttetod for tho palace.
As the procession passed along the streets a
further salute was fired from Punchbowl and the
war vessels ; the bands struck np a lively air, and
tbe" people, wherever the King passed, broke out
into loud hurrahs. In consequence of the hasto
with which the procession had to collect, many of
the bodies did not turn out in their full strength,
This was among the schools.
still enough got together to make ft good showing
of children, and as the King passed he turned to
look again at young Hawaii. Tbe following-was
the order of the procession :
Squad of Police" nnder command of Capt. W. Tell
nlalfaJestT the King
II. II. Salte ,
Reformatory School Band
Orders were riven bv the Marshals to the differ-
ent bodies not to fall into procession, but of eourso
a large miscellaneous crowd followed. We uavo
not seen Honolulu as much excited as it was on this
The decorations along tho route were numerous,
and displayed considerable taste and a large
amount of labor, in the construction. At the
landing-place the entire building inside was tastefully
decorated with wreaths and evergreens, and
bunches of maile and were attached to
horizontal strips of wood placed on all sides of the
building: Hawaiian flags were numerous. The
mottoes displayed here were, " E Hoi, E ka Lani,"
" O Hawaii no ka Oi," in golden letters on a dark
ground, which looked very attractive, and " Aloha
Kalakaua, Welcome Home," black letters, whit-ground.
A raised platform from the steps to the
roadway, covered with Brussel's carpet, had also
been provided for His Majesty's transit from boat
to carriage. Tbe Custom House had oil tho side
of the building facing thn Esplanade, a line of
flags extending from the top of the flagstaff,
(placed in the centre of the building) forty feet
on either side, and also a number of bannareta
hanging from each window. The mottoes' displayed
were "Aloha ka Moi," Welcome Kalakaua,
and on the makai side "Uabele, Uaike. Uahoi
raai." Opposite the planing mills of Mr., Geo.
Lucas an arch erected by him, attracted attention
from the apparent solidity of the structure and
the taste displayed in the decoration. The style
of the arch was segmental, supported on either
end by square towers, eaoh of which was surmounted
by a large Hawaiian flag surrounded by
clusters of small flags. On either side of the arch
weruhung large size photographs of His Majesty
King Kalakaua, enclosed in ornamented frames
... .j above . . ... all the .. .... salutation . in .... Hawaiian "Ka
Hiwahiwa Aloha." The sides of the towers men
tioned, were covered with tbe Hawaiian colors and
the entire structure was heavily decorated and encircled
with wreaths and festoons of maile and
and bore numerous mottoes. At the junction
of Fort-and Merchant streets, a lofty castellated
arch erected by Hon. John Cummins attracted
attention, on which were the names of
warriors whoso powers in the field of battle had
brought them honor and fame. These warriors
were ancestors of His Majesty and the mention of
their names brings with force to the native mind
the legends and narratives of Hawaiian feudal
times. Spanning the street from comer to corner
and enclosing the square formed by the intersection
of Fort and King streets, was an arch
built and decorated after plans draom by Mr.
"Wing Cut Cheong, the necessary cxpensjs (over
$2,000) being defrayed by contributions from
This arcb displayed an admixture of Oriental and
Occidental ideas in its construction. The arch
itself wan quadrilateral in shape, supported by
twelve perpendicular clustered columnj, and was
roofed. Colored cloths were draped on the inside
and outside of the facings and encircled the columns
from baso to capital. Hangings and festoons
of evergreen decorated the inside, hung diagonally
from each comer. On the top of each inner
two female figures were placed, intended to
depict allegoricaUy, the eight Hawaiian Islands.
Photographs of His Majesty the King, in richly ornamented
shell frames, wore discernable on the
outside of either of the four sides, and on different
sides were tbe mottoes " Aloha Ka Moi," " Kni
Lima Hawaii me Eina," " Hookipa na Keiki o ka
Aina Pua," "Man ka WelookaHae Hawaii." Gigantic
cloth butterflies hung from the centre of
each quadrant figure and other devices too numerous
to mention attracted attention. Four massive
crowns surmounted the centre of each arch
and from each corner nroso slender poles, from
which the dranon flair floated. A larue Hawaiian
.flag was displayedf rom a pole inserted in the cen
tre oi me rooi wnne smaner uuen wurouiattiuuicu
along the edges, sides and posts of this elaborate
structure. In tho evening the arch was lighted by
one largo central lantern, the inside portion of
which revolved, thai producing moving figuresand
eight large, and eight small lanterns. The next
arch met with on King street after passing Fort
street was one situated near Alakea street, erected
bv Hon. J. Cummins and was heavily decorated
with ti leaves, and festoons of foms and flowers.
Further along another towering nrcblike construction
arose, the sides of which were covered with
designs, and bearing tbe inscriptions E ka Lani, E
ola, and Welcome Home, in broad letter-.
Along the entire distance of Fort street to its
junction with King street and then Along King
street to the Palace gate, poles had bora erected,
CO feet apart, on both sides of the road, and from
them were extended lines of flags which waved
their salutation. The roadway for the entire distance
was strewn with maile and gathered
by the prisoners who scattered them along the
route. The prisoners did a great deal towards the
proper decoration of the posts erected by tho Decoration
Committee and a passing word of prafoe is
hardly n7 apropos. Forty carious cross-like
structures surmounted by a ball, and having
lighted lamps, placed in tbe holes in each cross-arm
attached, were placed at regular intervals between
the wharf and the Palace.
We understand that tins is an ancient Hawaiian
custom and belongs entirely to the family of which
the King is the representative. Wo believe- that
each symbol is intended to represent some chief
who was noted in his clan for his character and
bravery. The different committees certainly deserve
praise for the manner in which the decorations
were put up, and especial praise for the speed
with which all were finished off so rapidly. ,
Tbe pillars at tho side of the Palace gate, on
King street, were covered on three sides with ornamental
designs, one-bearing the royal coat of arms
and tho two others, on eaeh side, displaying the
monograms of the King. Small towers were
placed on the top of each column and from each
of theso a Hawaiian flag floated in the breeze.
The entrance was arched over and displayed on
each side the inscription "E ka nea I lioana In,"
the top was ornamented with a massive crown, and
flags fined the upper edges. At the Richard street
entrance a similar decoration was visible with tbe
legend, " O ko Alukn Lani." Over the entrance to
the Palace were displayed Several inscriptions.
Besides the decorations already mentioned, all
which were on tbe line of march, a number of
public buildings and private residences were decorated
with evergreens and displayed appropriate
mottoes. The Government building had lines of
flags extending from tbe central tower to points on
each side. Banners and flags were displayed from
the windows and the balconies were hung with
dolus of scolored cloths. On the central tower was
an allegorical picture of Clio, and Mnemcsyne
and the mottoes "Aloba Kn Noi," and
" Welcome home." The Knights of Pythias
on Fort street, displayed the motto "A
welcome to our King," nnd on a line extending
the street was bung the symbolic banner
df the order. The vessels in the harbor flung
many flags to the breeze, and the Russian men-of-war
were dressed from stem to stem with a multiplicity
of flags, streamers, pennants, &c, and the
city generally wore a holiday appearance.
The Procession on Monday.
On Monday the town was again ei.rre the
Government offices were closed at ten o'clock, and
by one most of the stores had put up their shutters.
The programme of tbe procession, which had
been arranged for the King's reception was carried
out fully. The procession formed a little
after one, and moved forward about two ph., pass
ing by tbe makai gate of tbe Palace, and tiling
before His Majesty, who attended by His Excellency
Governor Dominis, their Excellencies the
Ministers of Interior and Finance, Col. Jndd, Col.
Boyd, and some others stood oa tbe sfpsvof bis
residence.. The procession, Was jieailed by the
tary.took up a position in front of the steps;
then followed the school, Reformatory, Kaakopua,
Kawaiahao, Mililani, Fort street and Royal. These
were followed by the Reformatory School Band,
after which, came Punahou College, Iolani College,
the Koobapua school; the firemen, Poola
Knights of Je rosalem, Opiopio Association,
Kaumakapili Y. M. C. A., Wailuku Deiegatss,
Mormon Delegates from Laiea, Wainae Delegates,
Police, and finally ihe military once more, the
band playing the national Anthem.
The schools presented a very pretty appearauoet
there were upwards of ono thousand children
present: the white dresses of the girts, the flowers,
and the bright young faces, all tended to make a
pleasant show. Great praise is due to many of
the schools for theirgood marching and upright
beaming. As the Fort Street School passed, a
short halt was made, and Miss Pearl ilexter, a
bright little maid of six advanced up the steps
nnd presented a petition about tmco as locg as
nerseil. aula, uis Ljtsi.T inxiim, nuu Bgyiuu
down kissed the liUeruaid: as the boys passed
they raised a ;trong and hearty cheer. When the
tvtition was read it was found that some of His
Majesty's smallest, bnt not least loyal stthjeets desired
to celebrate his return in a proper manner,
and suggested as an appropriate way, two days
holiday. The petition was signed in a Tarieifof
hand writing, probably the most enriona Bis
Majesty has erer receiTed. Shortly after the Hon.
C.K. Bishop came round to announce that the
petition had been granted. A number of schools
marched past a second time. The Mililani school
came forward and sang Tery sweetly "God Bare
the King." The Itoyal school presented a fine
appearance, it tamed ont in fall numbers. The
common schools also tamed oat in fall force.
Bis Majesty seemed highly pleased with the enthusiasm
which his small subjects showed. Tha
firemen made a strong point with their Japanese
umbrellas; as they passed tha King her said a few
vnrds of welcome, as he did in Tenlv to short ex-
tempers speeches which were mads by tho heads
of sereral of the ordere. Tho laiea Delegation
was tartienlariv noticeable, the men eomDosirur it
were hardy, strong looking f elldws. Their banner
bore the inscription " Welcome Belored Sorereign
Jticg CircumnaTigalor;' besides lht they carried
old style Hawaiian torches. .The Delegation
from Waianae- carried bis and kahilis mads of
ferns and the latter were if aatenea by
their leaders to the veranda, before they passed
03. Tho steps iotite Tern4 were fkry pti'd
. witn or nowen ara test. ae
may be prone-need a decided cueces . We publish
in another column aletJet from His Majesty's
Chamberlain which exprei tho King's feeling
upon the matteav
The members of the Honolulu Fire Department,
joined by the Poola Association, turned out in full
force on the evening of the 31st in a grand torchlight
procession intended na an additional ex
pression of respect and esteem for His the
King. Promptly -at 720 the " laddies" in
line under the shadow of the bell-tower, the upas
of which was brilliantly illuminated with Chinese
lanterns, took up the lino of march in the following
Chief Engineer Lucas, First Asst. Engineer Nott.
Honolulu uigine La no. i.
mechanic k. no.:-.
Hawaii Engine Co. No. .
Second Assistant Engineer Lowers.
PaciSo Hose Co. No.1.
Protection Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1.
China Engine Co. No. 5.
The routo chosen was, from tho starting point
(the to Hotel street, Hotel to Fort,
Fort to King to the Palace entrance, and pass in
review before the King. Upon arriving at the
Palace a halt was ordered, and Chief Engineer
Lucas coming forward mado a short address, ex
the honor and pleasure felt at meeting
is Majesty personally, and tbe hope that tho interest
formerly entertained by tho King in the success
of the Department would continue, closed by
saying that "the prayer of the Deportmemt is, that
God may long preserve the health and life of the
King." The King responded to the address courteously,
and thanked the officers-and members for
the compliment rendered.
Their Excellencies W. N". Armstrong and H. A. P.
Carter and Hon. J. M. En pens also made a few remarks,
at the close of which tbe march was resumed
and tbe precession filed out through the
Richards street entrance, down Richards to Kins,
King to Punchbowl, thence
to Kuuann. to Queen, to Fort, and arriving again
at tho bell-tower, was dismissed. The engines
were well decorated and illuminated, and presented
a pleasing spectacle. Mechanic Engine Co. No. 3
displayed a transparency on their Engine with the
mottoes " Milimiti a ka Lahui." and " Welcome to
our King.' Engine Co. No. S bnd steam up on
tneir engine, nn jn ptassng ine reviewing point
the King was saluted by tho shrill voiced
The steenle of the Roman Catholic Cathedral,
the Government building, W. M. Gibson's resi
dence, the Gazette Office, Post Office, Lucas'
1'ianmc Mill and Col. Allen's residence were illu
minated, and several transparencies were also displayed
along tho route. The hills at the back of
the city were brightly illuminated by burning tar
barrels, an. an electrics light was displayed on the
Russian war vessel Afrika. The procession was a
success in every particular. Thousands lined the
walks and evinced their interest by shouts and
alohas, and nothing occurred to mar tho completo
enjoyment of the occasion.
-SPECIAL, MEKT1.MO OF II A HMO NT
A Lodge. I. O. O. F will be held this (Wednesday!
crenlnp, at the Ledge Room, at T:3U o'clock. Special
business. Members and rlaltlng brethren are lnrlted
to attend. Per order of
877 -NO. A. PALMER. B. O.
CARD OF THANKS.
THANHS OF THE
Till tendered to Jason Perry, Esq.. and bis chief
clerk, for returning a purse of money which he had unknowingly
left in hll store, and had sanpoird as lost.
877 it TlIK
1IAVTNG PARCELS TO
forward to the follovrlns ports, viz: WIo, Pattalau,
Ilonnipo, Kaalualn. Kealakektu, Kallua, Kawalbae and
Mahukona, send then to No. 33 Queen street (nut
door to Messrs. Holies JbCo.).where therwlll be packed
and forwarded to reliable agents, who will dellrcr them
to their owner- when called for. Agents for other ports
will be secured as fast as possible. Let ooor friends
get their things safe and In good condition. 877
Head Offlce, 50 "Wall St. Hew York.
The abore Compiny baring established an Agency at
Ilonolala for the Hawaiian islands, the undersigned la
authorized to accept and write Marine Itlsks on Merchandise,
Freights, Treasure, Commissions and nulls,
at current rates. J. 8. WALKEK.
877 ly Agent foo the Hawaiian Islands.
prnr.ic wii.t please take irn.
Tiie that the Old Corner Coffee Saloon on the
Corner of Qaeen and Nunanu Streets, has been neatly
renorateil throughout tbe Interior, and new facilities
hare been added to make It a gennlna Keatnnrant,
where hereafter Breakfast, Lsnch, Dinner and Supper
will be serrid with the choicest eatables the market
affords. Our business community are respectfully solicited
to new Restaurant a call.
61 it 877 it Corner Uneen and SnnannSts.
? O 3R. & ' It JE !
A FINE YOUNG H0ESE !
SOUND, OENTLE AND KIND,
A eood roadster. Can be seen at the Hawaiian Stables.
H77 T. D. MORRIS.
HAWAIIAN ALMANAC !
IS NOW IN CuURSE OF PUBLICATION,
FOR ISSUANCE IN TMEF0n THE DEC. HAILS.
AH Society nnd Plantation Corrections and
AdTcrtisemenlH arc Requested to be
Handed In as Early as may bo
ConTcnlent to '
TI10S. O. TIHtUM. Publisher.
a'ivl persons are hereby
i warned against trespassing on the Lands and
Fisheries belonging to the Wablnwa Ranch, it It Is
my Intention to prosecute all trespassera to the ntmost
eltent of Ihe law. 1875 3t) E. A. McPRYDE.
SB, E- PONTOPDAN,
FbyalolAn. nnd Surgoon.
Diseases of the "jr" o Specialty.
Residence and Offlce. 1T7 Fort and Chaplain Lane (Mrs.
Chase's). Offlce hours 10 to IS a.x. andS " lo A r.n.
U"STERSIG3rnD "VVlXiI. NOT
TnE responsllle for any debts contracted In his
name without -written order for same.
J. R. MILLS.
PES LATE AERITAIS,
. and ;
A SMALL LOT OP THE
Boisnard, Gonzalez & Go.
. four AST rrvE CROWX
Medical or FunilyIJse.
JE. 8 CUHHA,
EetaQ Itealef ia Chefee W1bs ai SpiritsV
865 If erehanU SI. bet. Fort aadBetnel SU.
ASTISIAX WELL TUBES,
The Honolulu' Iron -Works
la bow prepared to
FUSUBSTXlCfil AMD SHOW SAJOLZI
National Tulxs Works Co'. Works,
AndtomakecontractatadtlWeritls large nr small
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By E. P. ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE
THFItSDAY, N&TEHBEIi 3, 1881,
At 10 A. jr.. mt Sale feotttn,
Denims, Brown Cottons,
Sheetings. Print. Flannel Undershirts,
Hickory Shirts, Undershirts,
Pants and.Coats, Socks, Handkerchiefs,
Shawls, Coverlets and Fancy Goods.
A Line in 3?resh Groceries !
Backs California Potatoes, Crates Ouions,
Sacks Corn Cases Butter and Cheese,
Cases Crackers, Cases Medium Bread,
Coils Manila Rope, Wrapping Paper, &c
A Retail Stock of Dry Goods,
Medical & Surgical Norse
Graduate or King's Collegi Hospital, tendon, EnzUa d
Boyal Lying-in Hospital, Edinbarh, Scotland.
Pauoa YaHer Road, near "innann Strtct.
873 Address, care Ueneral rcatOfice. 3m
NEW TRACTION ENGINE
0 3NE POWER TRAC-
TlOrt KTiUISE, complete, ex uiengaoer,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Far Information apply to
875 CASTLE A COOK"-
T7ROM AXU AFTER THIS DATE
X1 wo forbid any and all parties from drMng sad
hunting Stock or any kind, flis. Horse or CatUa on
any lands owned or leased by ns, without our written
permission. Any Infraction of this mis will be punished
to the full exttnt of the law. ..
ALLS "! STACKTOLE.
Kahna. Sept Srd. 1S81. 87a taa
For Sale at Honolma,
3 Dump "Wagons,
2 Bullock Carts,
50 Head of Working Oxen, .
Yokes, Chains, &c.
Apply to F. A.8CnAEF;RCo.
873 U Or to O. VT. WILL? I1SO.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
Or LIVERPOOL. ENQLAUT.
Capita! 5 0,000,000
Fire Insuranei of all descriptions will be ejected at
noderate rates of premium, by the nnderslsnsd.
J. S. WALKEIt, for Hawlltar. Illtadt.
P. S. The Royal Insurance Company has tha largest
net surplus of any Fire Compan, la th world. Wa ly
IS THOSE VERY DESIRABLE
L Premises known as "
kahna, lately- occupied by n. B. 31- CommUslSyer.
Jam-a Way Wodeheuae, Esq. The hart last
been thoroorhly painted, -upend, and
for the benefit of the tenant. Oorernmrnt
Water laid on. besides baring a windmill, with sanply
of aood sweet and clean healthy water, which has been
inalyttd by Prof. Thompson oflh. Challenger Expedition,
tnd pronounced by him tbe best ha tud aeea
since ne leu adiibu.
For particulars. Inquire e
8! St J AS. 8. LEMOK.
TnE ANNUAL MEETING OF
AT rrlncerllle Plantation Co held at the OoV
of C 11-ewer Co. on Tuesday. Oct. 18th. the followln
Offlcers were elected for tha ensuin; year:
COL. IV F.ALLE -President.
MIL P. C. JONES. Jn Secretary and Treasarsr,
Jill. F. A. SCHAEPEB.... Auditor.
DHlECTOItS W. r. Allen, F. A. Sehaefer, P. 0.
Jones, Jr. . . .
87 lm-l lm P. C. JONES. Jr- Sec y.
McCHESNEY & OITHENS,
Leather, Hides, & Tallow
671 SI So. ''I queen St. Honolulu. IL 1. ly
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
i been appointed- administrator, with th. will annexed,
of the estate of Henry 8 truss, deceased, of WsJ.
Kami, bersby notlles all persons harlnc dales,
ajralnst the said estate to present their claims, duly
antbcntlratrd. within six months from data, or they
wilt be forerer hatred; and all persons owlas; the aald
estate are requeued to settle the same without delay.
W. O. II. UEVERILL,
Administrator, with will annexed, of the estate of II.
Hlruss, deceased. 87'l
Llhue. Kauai. October "and. 1681.
T HEREBY FORMD ALL PER-
1 sons from harboring or troitlnz any ana oa my
account, as I will not pay any debts contracted In
mrname, or on my account, after (his data. llhoa
a written order from me. W. C. UORDK.
llllo Hawaii. Auznstrtth, 1881 8 Pla
Clearance Sale of Pipes,
TnE UNDERSIGNED INTENDS
Ui Close out the ENTIRE STOCK of Tobacco.
Clnrrttes, Pipe, and. Smokers' Sundries on hand st
At Cost for Cash.
S3 lOt 875 lot MRS. T. LACE, rortrftrect.
REMOVE HIS OFFICE ON
WILL 1st, from Mr. Hoftnann'a Drnr Store.
lltciant Street, to his residence, on the f
Kokul and Fort Streets.
lit-OFFICE IIOURSr tolla.mandlto 'p. a.
Telephone connection BVSQ
NOTICE TO TEAYELEES.
H. 1. "WOOD HAS BEEN
appointed A lent at JlHUukonn. null
for the Han FraneUeo and I!onolulsTraafet Company.
Offlce at Dr. White's store. ....
Uagvaze landed from Ihe steamer and dellrered aa par
7J 8. r. 4 HOTIOLUH TTUaSFEtt CO.
Notice of Co-partnership!
IT A nD If. -CIA-IE C. MAI-LET.
ED both of Wailuku, Mssl, esnatitnte la ra
of Bailey Dros., doing boslnrjs on aald Island of'itaal,
aa Cultivators of Cane. :.,
W'allakn, Maul, Oct 13, 1881. ST
Engine and Boiler for Sale
One Enjtlne, complete, sac la ordnvfor sala.
Also, 1 New Power BoWr. The abmsj are
for sale on account of to th Mhr
Islands. Can be seen St Ihe shop of J. . OA1GLE. M
King Street. 8
DRAFT NO. 103, DATED
Haul, ll.fsT9ref IL M.OOtTLD,
for U, wis lost or ttoln ; duplicate of same wax rim
and paid, original afterward, presented: tot payment
and refused. Thla la Us caution all pra?o negotiating
87lt II- HACKPKLP A CO- Agents.
ON TniS S4TII DAY OF
1881. llr. Lo Ah Lnhs of the 5rm of Messrs
Hop Jin A Co., doing baslnest In Honolulu his disposed
hit share to me. and from lal date he la not
authorized to a!gn or rictlte any mossy Ik the flroi'a
nine luiiu Aiaf
Honololu. Ott il, IBM.
E. PONTOPPIDAK, C B,
Oculist, Fhyslcl&a - .
Eye Diseases Specialty.
ftfeet and Chaplain Lane (Mrs, Ctuutj, ,
Offlce hon ret 10-ta a. x. and J r. x.
PER fOUEST QUES5T. ,
8GGAB ET S3 tB. HBXBS.
Crushed Snr In Usmls. Dry Saesr fa
liar-alt. For sala by S3X1 hollks
Eastern Extra ir!ma Pork, California HI-
lor sale by. ail IS SOWJS 1 to