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C- S. DARTOW.
lX 2 O'CLOCK. !.. AT S ILKS IIDO.M.
py trier u' TxC-'Jvt'cJ lf'" M'"'"!"" ! the Interior, wilt lie
sold at Public AucEon
Ia scorJmce with rat Act ap roved Aueu-t 21. lO.
i SEAMEN'o CHEST.-. AXi LOT OF W ALIUS TEiTTH,
Sfized fur tiolation of the Reienue .urn.
I jcediately ftfor the h"V sale in front of Kru r's Coffee
.saloon, c rncr of Nti'-.unii iiatec ircrt.?,
Will be 4.-1.1 a
I. O T O I" O L II Ij 17 31 It K R !
On Tuesday, - mm - June 26l!i,
l II) oVIurli, A. M.. at Snle Room,
Will 1m; ofT..rtl ur.on InVrnl terras, a Tine
IS' IS W O O O ID W !
IVr Keceiit Arrivals, consisting of
Endi-h Prints, TVn-nis, llu Is'.n Ray fVs blankets
V, .1 IIo!, 'l"tliiri?, Cotton Pints, Men's Stks
Pei Jack -t s. Wool R--ts, II' 1 Tickinif, Linen ttrie.
Burir. Artificial H-.w.rs. Xcei.led iioap, J-additrry,
KinK bits, Cutlery, etc., etc.
ikSTnU)AV LAST, A liCNCIl of KKVS
V the und. r will rewarded ty leaving them at :li s otr.ee.
200 Good Oak Barrels.
KMl SILK LOW AT TUB COOPKUACK
A ,,f J- b- !-KW K'"g at-
Hoop Broil, Hoop Iron.
itu.v kxim-'.c run am for sai.kev
fU'ti. i. i, and lj inches. 0.M 2m
Bar Iron, Bar Iron.
ASiOItTi:i SIZKS, KXI'KLTi:!) SOON
ana ..r le by
CASTLE r CODKE.
Peruvian Bark and Iron.
A FKKSII LOT OF THIS KXCKLK.XT
A-A. rolJ f -r rule by
CASTLE k COOKE.
tint:: am -iii:'kli 1-4, 01.
tr sale '
DO WW EI I S, CliYsTA I, and C U N N 1 N' J 1 1 A .M S
Superior Kerosene Oil.
NU.i: AM "V A II It A N T K I l'l'LL
1 5 niton by
CA5TLK A: COoKK
VM. t HICK I-'Oll FAMILY i'sf:.
Vr-m Uj fuiialuu lti--e 1'Untatioci. f-r rate t?
i-SS U WAI.KKK, ALLKN li Co.
"Tf K SHALL NOT FA V. O II IX A N V WAV
l r r.-!"ii4itlf f -r ileM rofitr:nt il ty any toii r
fTHiiri eiiipli.ye.1 on th; I'uuiuu or Won-J t'uet I'luHtttltOH,
ililo, a.'u r tint date.
CHUXt; I1UON Co.
H..n..ul.i, My 13th. ISM. all Am
OSZi, OSI., Oil.!
rill) 1IKALF.IIS AM) M F.Ufll A NTS OF
Ilouoloiu ail lu vicinity, we call your to tUt f-U.jwiiig,
wb:h e tTi r at
TAoi any otfur house iii fyan Frnnrisat.
J LOHIIS, CI 1 1 M N KYS,
WICKS, Etc., Etc.
KEROSENE AND COAL OIL!
I.Ai:i, VOLAR, CIllXAyi T, UXSKED
An.l Otlipr Oil.
MACHINERY OIL !
ur M:-".:nry Oil U minnfa-tiinra from I'.ira'fiiif. an.l i
m- ri. r t .anythinif ir n? an I KILL X T lil'M. Tl.i il
it CIIKA PKK '1 will run n mcl.:ii-ry tnivr than r:u
r Ir.I w pi rantrr it.
IM'.LL CKAXXA .V. Co.
Ni. illi ni 5i:i KuosT Sra;KT,
Sim I'miirio, ( nl.
X. U 1'artiilar alt. ntion piv.-u t. all ooiisi-nuier.tH.
GOODS FQH T-22B
lall Reason. i
Tho Al VA y.Mrs Clij-pcr II irk j
"jipt. Iaiii: 1 1, ::.' Ton IJfsilr.
WAS T' LEAVE LIVLT.rOOL ATR1L 10th WITH
a rirr.L A.vncoJii'i.r ri: :.vnc.o
f.ciuliy SoI.-rt.il i'r this Market, comi.rising
moN, iioor nioN, Jtc, &e..&c.
A TIIAIX OF CAST IKON CAlillOX
4 STEAM CI.Ai:iFIEIlS. (McOuic-'tf make.)
50 IKOX COOLEUS,
IN'i). COOIM: Si. C.s r.OTTLED ALE,
Wllin: LEAD AND OIL,
6)io jamo.v. c;iti:r:v t 'o.
H. V. SEVERANCE.
On TiHMlay, - - - June 2Glh,
Al ll O'ClofU. M., nlSalr. I'.ooiu,
H'i be oJ: j
THE OAHU BREWERY!
WITH MALT lldff E A N 1 MALT KILN,
All i'i i;Ma working order.
S-y.l r.riiiif s are sit.tatr.l on tnarv-n cf J.uinnu ft ::!. it!i an '
m.fJai.t sat j.Iy . f i:r al-r u:, 1 i-i a c 1 atiM-j l..-r-. H-1J
Ly ki of an uiiexj :r..-i term of jrari. Tvxtui at .'..W.
On Vu-duoday, Jiiiie 2Tlh.
At 10 o'tl xk, A. M. :it Sale. K .oin,
A t'arittu of
Merchandise and Sundries,
VHX G'JOL.-. OKoCKIilKS,
AN D GEN" EKAL M EUClI AN MSB.
25 LV.LS. SUI'EltFIXE FLOUR.
ALVISO FLOUR in tjuirttr unck.
EEoi sE:i:oa2 ituaitiki:
On Friday, Jiin
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. M.
At the rM-nce of tt.rr lat- H. II. IiOWSI-iTT, fm Kukui Sirret,
tl.e L i:i!rsitii a aiii a Variety of m il k- j.i
('OHxit iwj in part of
Fi.l H ;ir l, Table V!.:it N.l , .f..-, Ciiiurs ;a..l U.x-kers,
J'.ri.jr ; I - i i: i s, l'.iroi in Kuroilnr-.
liic.iki.i t, I'iin.. r an.l le S-rvic, l'ltte.l Ti-a felt,
A iitl a V:ir'ly ol Suinlri.
KITCfir:.V FCIiMTlKK. ic.lic.
Ii. W. EVKK A NOB, Auction- er.
A d laa i w 1st a:a t o r Ssi S t?
Desirable Ileal lislate at Auction! i
Iiel jugiiig tn tlie Etate (f tho late Hun.
LEVI HA ALELKA.
IIV V I !IT I" K OF AX OKHFJl ISMI.H ;
out i f t!ie uiir-rue t'.rtirt of I lit.- Il-t :ui:ui Nirn.il. ill i
mm. I"- -.!'! at l'uliio Auction, ;il the Conn II. u.v; Liuor, j
iu U'dl'llUlU, oil j
Saturday, 30th day of June, 18GG, j
AT 12 O'CLOCK. M..
T!ie f ''.I a ii, r.,rl INt it- l l.iTifil. to the Estate of the late
Ilon.fraMe le-i l!a.il.-l-.i. i
The L-ma of AUIIAUK E 1 f. Koin, Hawaii. !
Tl.e Li'i.I of I'Al'AKA. Il-nii ml .. M:iui. 1
Tl.e ht.vU of A', 1 A II A Ml" I an.l V A. UlfA I M I, !
The I i:,.l of IfAlM 4LV, ! . Oahu. J
The I iti.U ..f KEALIA. IIUMAIKAII'AA. IIALAUl.A ao.l !
KU ML'h. U Vt. I'u .. Kauai. I
MAULUA, llilo, Hawaii.
The Ihii.1 o! IIAKALAU. 1L1, l!aaii.
The lan..f IluX A L'N A .", K .na. llaw .ii.
TLKll.1 L1UEKAL. For ."urtn. r .ni.-uljr4 a;.!y to
v. c. ii k::is,
I..'.' it Alni:iii.tr:itor of tl.e K-:.:l.- ol L. 11:1.1.1 -a.
Salmon per Ethan Allen.
VK II A VI-: IlF.CF.IVF.il A S I.I. LOT
V of MjM-rior quality COLUMJJIA liU l.ll SALMON
in half tMliuli.
1,11 U BlJLLBd & Co.
Trasei liiver Salnioi: !
TfOlt S LF. IJY
JT oil 5t
IHiLLE .V Co.
CONST NTI.VO.V II A .MIuimI FOIl SALi:
t.v lUeCASK, ISAIillEL .r tiALLOy at
SU-Um l:tI.L!"..-5 St Co's.
-GOLDEN CVt1: MILLS" FLOUli.
ffT A K UK'S KXTIIA -M F.XTIt A FAMILY,
tS in -i:irter an.l hull' ;ick.
Extra Family Flour, in half barrels.
Put u expressly f.-r our trade, a superior articlo U r a!e ly I
525 Jit ltoLLB Co.
m troi'i;iit liiox sn:Ait coolkks.
II. HACKM.Lb er Co.
I F.ST C'ALIFOitXIA CEMIIVT.
iS il! lin II- 11 AC Kr ELI) & Co
W to , O to to Zlti&!
blZ it For sal-- hy V
F. A S'l i: II N I I X K K K a
ex l. ('. .Minrav.
AI.KEK. ALLEN ii Co.
WHITB Flit HVltUKL SHOOKS FOIt.
V jviie low l.v
525 U WALKEK, A LI EN k Co.
px.ckivkii i i: i : i. . .Mile ii a v. v.it-
fl. r n.i'1 t!i j.-ir.- an.l j:-.iiiiie a.'t a l", full measure, f.r
at rt-itucid ;.ta:- i hy
525 it i: LLF & Co
ji st !::: i v i:i pr.i: mi kii a v, waii-
f rani- i Im S!i n 1 in or l-r.
525 .".t l-r .-..I ly 1HILLK.S A Co.
2 a !a!e hy
CIHII) SI FFLV OX HA.M AM) Ft)lt
IMl.LK .V Co.
"JJ X 1 1 F I . I ; i-: .
M 9 r- .luced prie s hy
- X 1 1' F I ' It !: ' T ISI1ANOS. FOIt SAM' AT
r.nLLB-s .x Co.
Srira!;le Land For Sal;1 or Ient.
, ! rilOI'OSX.; TO SELL OH LF.ASF. A
i'-S -.rt.n of n.yli')!. itiowu as K!lM I. .M I. ii
Koita. ilaaii. the land lo I - .iivi I. .i u'tt.w i-e. Tlii)
I a -ry t'-'-l ji.a f- r th-culliva:i. ii of !-ui ir Cane, CoCee,
iT 1-11. IS. Cott.RI. I'otlltn.-. t tC.
. I t . I ...... .I...;r.ltt. I.'it..v t.f efl.V
.v.-l aid' .'..i.vef.i. nt t.'. Kealak.ku. bay. Any p-.! or !
I . r- ... :..ii.i: t .i;r.-ha a H.rti--'i r th- !!; of s .-.l lali.I
cm l-t.iiii lurtler information ty ai l !vi. t"
J. W. Kl'I'AKBK. i
52 5: K 1. S. K .n.i. Hawaii. i
fllWi: THIS l)A ADMITTE!) AS a
partner im mv hu-in.-s Mr. J. UK I NWAl.D, lor the
p;:ri-e of cairymij on a Hotel and U. ,-t mrant.
521 Lt s- A- L "iLLEU.
r-MIF FIX F.ST SSOKTMF.XT OF F I It V.
S WuilKr ev.rin.p rtcd I t- ll. n..iu.u. t ' ct .1 from the
bent l-1-.teru in i-i.s:.o t..ri. s. c nsi-inr; f
P.oxes of the c-is.r.t-. I Short Sti.-k K-k-s. n '.n anted to
Hsc nd one third la'h. r than any o'her kind.
K anan Candle--. S. IU an i 1 n:il!?:
1'l.ioii Can lies. I hi.l-, r.-l. .ote an I h!ue;
U'rkets, fa-iey c -lore 1 lights;
Mine, pi ti i an I c '...r- l, lar , x.i -l.u.ii a-i 1 s;nall;
Willis, 12 itr-'i. f.u y;
ll -i.t: -Us. lare :.-, p'a'n an d c-dTcd.
Ser-nts. I ire Fl-.nl h"Us,
T..rl.il!;-.n. Fl.er l'..?-. K vk-t C.uns.
l';ii..:i Lanterns. Can. !!?,
Chad.- Fli-s. ll..s-tt-s. Fa-icy Flyer.
All "f thf above a" f t'i' lrt M-i'.r a l trill be opened
For S.ilr utter the 1ft nf J-.ine.
ord-r from :!. oti . r bli-i l- c ar. fa lr atteral-l K lv.it
or I- rs should 1 e in time to i:i..ke ic.r--- of th-ir r.ce; t.oii te.ore
the 4. It of July.
..r ra.e ny
CASTLE .- COOKE.
j. c. p:-:nc;:u
fltpSMf gate's SHI! Q
R. H M'DOIMAIjD &. Cc,
Iinortcrs of and Wholesale Dealers in
Pi'iigs and ledicliies!
Pure Chemicals and I'xtracts,
Dir. EN TI AT. OILS,
! A T K X T M F. MK'IXKS.
Ttie Ml. living list cuinjiri-e a l:irt l'r.l of our
LAKfJE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK!
w,,i,-h w,? p-'v- 'lir' r-""i ti,.- manufacturer, a:..i can
; on-r llu in on iuit.-as K""1. if '"-t h Ut tci tui than any house
oti the I'aciflc Coast:
Tarraiil' cxtrai cnj l.Ia ami cuhel.i,
Cacl.ous 0"'.r the hrealh.)
1'i.iniL.i. I C'li.eiit,
Mii. Ki.l Li's Cor.li.il,
Itraf.;' Mutatiir Lininieiit,
Nerve hi..! ltnne l.i:.iniei.t,
CuiiJitioii I'l.w.l.'ia for Ilorsofl,
Uu.l.vay" Ke:.ty Heh. f,
K it Ex t riiiin it'.r. TlioniN Extract,
bailey's I'.iin Kilhr,
Ointuifi.tf, a ftrc-at vsii. ty;
Ayer's Cherry IVct-.r:iJ,
I'iIIh, 1U0 kin.l-; I'.arry'.-t Tricoherou,
AVit:ir LiiL-am of Wild Cherry,
llunp iii in ltaNam, Chei-sniai. U:iNam,
Kolilail Eye 15.i!h:iiii, iJv;.'..ol' Cholonue,
A.Vir' Atrtie Cure. Ih.ies' Kerer ami Aaue Remedy,
beheld.. rs l!:iir bye. Hair bye, different kinJs;
I Liverwort and Tar, IIoh.-h'j l'.tnacea,
.vaim' l'a i.iei-a, I. )Sin, Houghton'd-,
..rj.iparill i, Sand;
Sarsip:iri;i i, KullN;
Broun's KHsence Gi-ip.-r,
ba vis's I'.iin Kill'-r,
Hair luviorator, diff-rent kiajs;
VeriniliiKes, 11 kinds;
blaster:, all kinds.
All the new Chemicals laUly introduced,
HVPOPIIOSI-UATE OF LiMK, I'llTAS.sA, EolA.
j SYRUP OP THE PHOSPHATES, Oil CHEM
SURGICAL AND DENTAL INSTRUMENTS
Order respectfully solicited. (I.mhU packed with care and
forwarded to any part of the Pacific.
R. H. EL'DONALD & Co.
Dental and Surgical Instruments
V"e respectfully invite th- attention of IiENTI5TS to our
Lar,:e and Well S h cte.l htm k of bENTAL INSTRUMENTS
and MATEUIALS, which We have in store.
VULCANITE AND PLATE TEETH.
Our :K-k of TEETH comprises more variety now than at
any previous time, einl. racing a laipe assortment of siz.-, hale
Ned form, of various niak. r.-, aiul new and improved styles are
heiu cjnstantly added thereto.
DSNTAL C II A I H C !
I'.t'TLEU'S bENTAL CI1AIK, a Calif.-i ni.i invei.ticn, and
it in use.
PKKKIN'S V AnCIIlill'S CIIAILS, a preat variety.
We are niaimf.ictuiiiiii nil articl. of 1TUE tiI.Ii FOIL
ripinl to the hest in use. We have for Hale also, ail the tuoat
1 Iipu:.ir iu ikers.
C1IEVALIEU UEI'.N'S UlbM.E?; also a preat variety of
I her makers.
PLUCCEUS AND SCALES;
We have a cunpl-t'? a'srttin-i.t, Ivory, El.ony and Stee
liandl Als , At! t isoii's, Wooa's and Arthur"?, in sets
PL AT IN A WIKE AND PLATE.
j 7'A'C.l VATOI1S. li ll'S AM) D HILLS,
xkhvj: hits Axn sockets.
I LANCETS, ALL KINDS.
i IF. XTAL CASKS COMPLETE:
j M'e hav. a splci.di.l a's.'i t:n?nt, at prices r.itiii);r from
I T5 to ;:oo.
! Oi:r st.H.-k is v. ry larL-e at; I v:.i :-.-.l, lK.th f..r Plate an 1 ulca
nite work, an.l of the l..-t uiakeis.
! Ilriish, bU, d'.'ti.'i find Cork W'ins, an
I (mints rai f tij.
j DENTAL LATHES,
j We have th se of every sia.-, both of While-, Chevalier'
and other tnak'-rs.
i ANATOMICAL PllEPAKATIwXS,
VL'LCANIZEltS, every description;
MIIlKC'ilS, etc. etc.
i Our si.ck on h,r.d is ,r..,r.- varied a,d c, n.ple.e .than
! ever 1 f r-, and a fu'd supi.'y will he kept cor.?:at.t.y on hard,
' atd all nc and its-.ful ii!ipr.ve:i.enu that in.iy he ttia.i- will lie
i .,... t;,, r..t,., thus -naiii...' th" DENTIST to fin 1 in our
J e.-t iMishir.cnt every r-.-ip.ii-iie in each d. p.irtinent of his art.
j An experience of sixteen y- ars in California jastiti. s n in ti e
h. j.e i f o.ir.ii'.ity to i.ieet the nai.ts of the " Profession" iu
this I r tnch of the l.aM!i.-.
j Our fo. lilies f-r fupplyinis the trad.- are n..t surpa.-sed in the
I United Slates. In iv. ry department of husite-. th-d.-t-r;ni-
j nation is, to so fully meet the wants of ,.ar patroi.s as to deserve
It. If. M'DONALD V -o..
Coiner Pine an 1 ?ir,5.-n.c St? ,
So. 13-) j stui:i:t,
521 Z-n SACItAMF.XTO.
ol JC a 1 o js li
90O TO.S ST2:A.T2 (OAL !
IJTOIt SALE IX LOTS TO M IT. SI- lailK
It Pl'.d T..N of -2210 li's. i r Thukk vi'.-Ai.T.R uv Cnt per
1'ou'mI t. r 1- ts 1. than ut.e tun.
525 Sih L. L. TOKKEKT.
Cargo of t Milton Badger"!
1 Inch To.'jiUeJ an.l Ur.ved,
1 l:.eh Sartaeed. '1 Inch ?ur:i;ed.
Jj ln;!i Su raced, li Inch Surfaced,
1 Inch ltjugh, Si.linp. 5 Feet lockets.
For &11C Ci'ap at HoUison's . Co."s Wharf by
524 :5m L. L. TO It BE KT.
ElllEKA HOTEL WW WmV.
S. A. LOLLER &
UTOFI.Il HESPFfTFI'LLY I X O It 1
tiieir friends and the pal. lie tht th-y are prep a red to
carry on this business on the ni'st approved style, vtidrtspcct
fuhy solicit a share of patronage.
Neatly furnished rooms to let, upon reasouahle terms.
O. BREWER & GO. !
OFFER FOR SALE
I? "SALES li IK LAI'S.
I rot ES II CALIFORNIA LI M En ml IIOSEX-
C bALE CEMENT, all in perfect order.
Ju.U lire, iced ptr COMET and f r sale by
617 oai Yon Ilol.T & HELCIC.
-ri titi.i' ii v
C. F.KKU EIt .t Co.
LOL'ISIASA CAM! KXIVIIs,
With llstra Steel Backs.
TIOIl S VLE 11 Y
C. P.RKWr.K - Co.
"TlOIl SALE V
t il ot
C. lillKV. KK 4- Co.
Kegs inkling Poivder
I7()U SALE HY
L 525 Ji
C. KR.EWEU Jt Co.
Desirable Town Residence To Let.
ALL THAT COM MO I IOCS II ES-
.. hleiice and lot. f pposite the Al.lrich House, on fi1
JIA F.rl St., Honoliilu. ileiiihtfully ahaded by some
ol the finest Algcroba tries in town.
525 5t Apply to W. It. BARNES.
DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE
Iu Honolulu, belonging to the Estate of R. C.
For Sale at Viictioii !
V-A IS Y VIRTUE OF AX OltOEU
.-. issued out of the Supreme Court of the Hawaiian fbC
Jl Xik, 1 slan ts, the Executors of the will of R. '. Wyllie biL
wi.i oifer fer sale at 1 ulilic Auction on the preiimcs, on
Saturday, the 7(h day of July. 18C6,
AT lO O'CLOCK, A. M.,
1 The premises on the Southerly side of jh retania street,,
Ilonoliilii, aitjoininsr the Fort Street Church premises, formerly
the residence of Mr. R. A. S. Wood, and now occupied hy J.
W. Austin, E.-fp Tlie lot measures f'.O feet on bcretania slrect
aud eMeiiils iu the rear 109 feet. The huildin are in cood
repair, and the pruioiaes are very desirable to one wishing a
2 ALSO, AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. L,
The well known I'state or ICoschank !
In Nullum Valley, iibout two miles from Ilonolu'u, and the
residence of the late K. Wyllie. Emj The Unildinps are in
Kood repair. The laud comprises CJ ncrcs, is well watered, and
enclose.!, and the attention of those wishing a delightful resi-deii.-e
in Nuiianu Valley is especially inviti-.l.
For further particulars apply to
J. W. At'STIN",
O. M. ROHK1US0X,
521 5t Quorum or the Executoia of the ill of U. C. Wyllie. 'w
Beshablo Real Estate
lielonging to the Heirs of Ceo. Ileckley,
AT AUCTION !
IIOISE LOTS IX HONOLULU, K A LO AND
lit LA LAM) IX KALI II I AND MA NO A,
ISLAND OF OAIIU. AXblX WAIMEA.
ISLAND OE HAWAII.
II Y VIRTUE OF AX OK D E II Uiiecl
r.i.. v.,... rf ,.f tl... ii.......;;:.,. I:.,,.lj
.-f . Tu. I'U. 1P li.' .U.l lilt V .IU. . .'. .'.W .... ,
will be sold at Public Auction on
Wednesday, 11th day of July,
A. I). lSfiG, AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M.
On lh? Ihckky Praniscx, near the comer of I lot tl
and Atalea Ss., Honolulu, the follov:
iny HEAL ESTATE:
Lot No. 1 HOUSE LOT on the Eat side of Atnkca St.. a
sh'-rt ilislai.ee b. low tin- corner of Iloltl Street, measuring 60
teet on Alakea street and extendi. 1 in the rear 11; feet.
Xo. 2 HOUSE LOT adjoining and makai of Lot No. 1,
and of the satoe tl.incii.-ions.
No. 3 IbI'.5: I,, r ; th, rear of Xos. 1 and 2 measurlne
11 j f-ei by b J feet, and awes from Alakea street by a lane 10
feet in w idth.
No. 4 Kalm and Ki la Land in Kali.-iwa, Kalihi, consisting
of J of an acre.
N... 5 Kci.a Land in Ka-iatra. Kalihi. on the Ea Road
lie u the bridge crossing Kalihi river, comprising -i acres.
Xo. 6 Kai.o and Kfl.A Land in Kaliawa. Kalihi. a short
di-t trice above the Ewa Road, on the river, comprising 1 acre.
Xo. 7 Ki'i.A and Kai.o I ANI called Kekuahiiii, Kahhi, near
E.v.i Road, comprising 9 acres.
Xo. 8 Ktl.0 La.nd ia Pohakuloa, Kalihi, comprising 1
X.i. 9 Kal Land called Kaniala'.aukalo, Kalihi, cotn
pl i-ii:C it t".J-K-0 acres.
X.,. 10 Kri a mil! Kami Lank cald Makailio. Kalihi, coin-
prisi.'i! 5 4'J-lMJ acr s.
No 11 KrtA Land caih'd I.i'.iha. Kalihi, adj-.inir -g Capt.
a 1 .r.,- ......,. 1... r..iiinris!T'.' 1 Sla-lUO acres.
Xo. 1 J Ki't.A Lvsn in K tliawa. Kalihi, a short distance
above the Ewa Road, c.n.pris r.- a S3-1U0 acres.
No. 1 ! Kr la and Kai.o Land in Waiiele, Manoa, in the
lower part of the Vatley, comprising ao acres, a very desirab!,
Xo. H PasTIUv: I. ami called KeHl.ihew.-hn. ?ituV-(l ia
WiiTi.e... I!aud if Hawaii, on the r". id lea dinar from Waitnea
to Kt.liala. :i. (joining the laud of 11. Christiansen, and couipris-it;-
l'J SO 1 CIO acre-.
Xo. 15 A NakroW Stkip or I.ani on th" Westerly side of
Al tkea .lre-t, Honolulu, nearly p: osit-- Lot Xo. 1 and "2 nieas
uru.c l" feet o:i Alakea street, and at present occup.ed l y
br. liuilh u.
Titles. R. val Patknts.
Plans may be seen at the Auction Room of C. 5. Bartow.
For farthi-r particulars apply to
J. W. AUSTIN,
Commissi mer of the Estate . f ti-orjre P-eckley.
BASS' ALE, a Superior Article.
I ST ItKCElVEI) AM FOR SALE IIY
5t 1::, 11. V. LUblNolON".
NEW GOODS PER COMET.
AXDI.K!) OO'S. .MATTOCK".
Plan;, r's H.-s, Ey- lets. Wire Rat Traps.
Euriia.-es. Hat. -h-ts. Cut N.ii's 4 1 to nod.
A.i- s H inch. Planes. Cook s l;i;s.
I'.- vi's, tiua-.-. s. Nuts, Round R St.oveli,
Large W readier, etc., elc.
l . r Sale by
r.t "". N. LADD.
ioi S;i3c !
TI1F. STALLION" " Cn pi. SMITH"
will be three years o 11 in June next; stand f.fty-
j ' tunc ine,e- I.un, ana wei'tis seven nuu.ir.-n an.i
,A.C--t- eighty p. unds. S.r-. " Yot s.; IlttTou." bum,
' f orsT." Pur further p .rticulars inquire of
C. II. .IT'bb. at Waimanalo Ranch,
US ,".ui Or of WILLIAM L UN CAN, Iioie! JU.
TII 23 PACiriC
SA TUIiDA 1 . JUXE J3.
NOTIIS OF Till: WLT.K.
j Tl!H Alt SiiC! El Y r Fl'Jk A Hi T Wllkh WilS
j oriratiizt'l in Jaiu. ISO 1. leM its s;con.l anm.iil
tt-K-uiatiuii o!i Fii'Idy tfi)iii":. l"tli inst.. in tlu
scLiiol roeMi, iii Imiior uf tin' twoiity-fitth anniver
sary ot iLo it'nin of Oaliu Cllfc Theie were
Iirosorit many t.f he gratlaate.s. truster's ani
cli".l;irs (f the Institution. Tho proct't'dinir were
oiu'ni-,1 l,v an t li.iiu.'nt ration from the Presi- i
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dent. W. J. Alexan.Ier. wLK-h ooniinatiileil tin atvyVv the Stcit!nr, to letters sent bv the Pteann-i
te;;thn and admiration .f all present. Followir."
t!;is wa.- an exeeediisirly interetinr hi.-torieal
kfteli of the Institution, and reminiscences uf
scittnd days, by A. Francis Judd. F-sq., which was
well received ami j'ltly appreciated by the guests.
Among the incidents he narrated the removal of
tho big reek." near the College building, in
which .-port King Kauikeaouli joined with all the
j zest of a chool-boy, and sat astride the rock as
tne natives orougui n uown irom tue nut. tw
close this part ;f the celebration. Miss Matt it
Chamberlain kept the audience in the best of hu
mor with another sketch of school-day recollections
at Punahou, written in her usual facetious style.
Alter the mental part of the entertainment was
over, our reporter and his companion (including,
of course, the rest of the audience) adjourned to a
sumptuous supper table where all the dainties of
the season were liberally provided, and everybody
enjoyed the supper heartily. Remarks fell from
K. v. Mr. Damon (a trustee), Rev. Mr. IVle (a
former Fre.-i lent), and one or two others, which
were uj.n-j.u.- to the occasion. Several toasts were
utli i'-d and elonuently responded to by the gradu- j
ates of the College. The company broke up about
eleven o'clock, and all retired well pleased with
the entertainment, and ox-pressing the hope that
the Alumui would have a similar gathering everv
vear at least.
I;i i:i.: ok the American clipper ship Hornet.
T.v the following extract from a let ter received
by Messrs. Walker, Allen A: Co.. we have to report
the loss of the ship JJrnrl, 1 12S tons burthen,
bound fioin New York to San Francis-eo. with a
full cargo of mer handise. She was burnt on the
Jd of May. about ."0i) miles due southeast from
Hawaii. Although the acc ident occurred w ithin five
hun. lied miles of the Marquesas, yet probably
owing to the strong westerly current and perhaps
southeast trade, it was found best to steer lor Ha
waii. We have, as yet no particulars except those
given below. We shall have further details next
IIn.o, Juno ICth. 1SGG.
'A gentleman named (lasting has just arrived at
this place, from Launahoehoe. and reports that a
boat landed there yesterday (15th) from the clipper
ship Jlot'iut. from New York, for San Francisco,
with a general cargo of merchandise. She was
burnt at'sea in -0 N. Lat.. and lA'P 51 W. Long.,
on the- 3d May. The long boat having been at sea
4:5 days with twelve of the crew, two passengers,
named Ferguson, and the Captain, fifteen in all.
The entire parly w ere in a state of starvation. Two
bunts with the first ami second mates, are yet out
wiiii about twenty souls on board. The boats
were in company until the HMh day. The Captain
saws ibey had terribly heavy weather and rugged
1 Lo cupper bark Sicalloir arrived on jion-
"-Aav afternoon last, bringing the Hon. Anson Rur-
lingame. V. S. Minister lMenipotentiary to l'ekin.
and Van Yalkenburg. U.S. Minister Plenipotentiary
to Japan. Mr. Ihulingame is accompanied with
i his wife and children, and the C.eneral with his
Secretary of Legation. They are stopping at the
American House, and will remain till about the
fourth of July, when they will proceed on in the
SicnUou) to Kanagawa. Hon. Charles Ii. Bishop
and his wife also arrived in the same vessel, hav
iiiilii en absent some two and a half months.
' Ji'Nb.w School Ax.ivi:i:s.utY. A very interest-
ing gathering ol tlie native ana lo reign Znabuatli
school children took place at the Stone Church on
Saturday forenoon last. There were present 550
scholars, from five different Churches, and this
large concourse joined in singing English songs.
Addresses were made by the American Minister
Dr. Mc'Ihide. and several other gentlemen, after
which the juveniles marched past a fable loaded
with fruit and delicacies, each receiving a generous
supply. It was intended to have a feast, but the
death of the I'rincess coinnelled the teachers to
resort to this less ostentatious display.
ylC- We are indebted to Henry (I. Langley,
F.sq., the publisher ot the San Francisco City Ii
itEcroKY, for a copy of that work for 18011. It ap
pears to be well compiled, nnd contains a vast
amount of information, besides the names of the
residents. We see that Mr. Langley is engaged in
I . i . .11 ..j ,i n:iv....
prepat nig aiiwiuei oiu ,u ur t ai me- jnt-t toijr
of the Pacific, and to embrace the nantesof all bus-
iness firms in all the Pacific States and Territories.
Such a volume will possess a more general value
than the City Directory.
The Kate Lee. This line schooner, belonging to
Capt. Makee. and running between this port and
the Clupalakua Plantation, has recently had a
cabin put on her, by Messrs. Foster A- Co., and will
I resume her trips next week. Her cabin has an air
j of comfort about it which is unsurpassed by any
I schooner we have. She will be worthy of being a
' planter's yacht. and we trust the day is not distant
! when every plantation may ow n a schooner, to 1h
! engaged solely iu its freight and passenger trade.
i The Kii.ai e v went out on Monday with a large
number of cabin and deck passengers, reminding
! us of old times, when they crowded on her by
i hundreds. Next week she trill omit. tuehi)ifj at
' K-woiJete. so as to enable her to get back here on
! Friday, in order to ch-an her boilers by Monday
! and thus avoid a week's detention.
The brig K rirnrd, formerly a I'nited States
lt.vem. ontferT which was purchased by Messrs.
" -.i, . r
I Williams Co.. of New London, and fitted out for
a voyage to Honolulu, foundered in a severe gale
in the North Atlantic in March last, when only a
week from port. H t officers and crew took to the
boats, and were picked up by a passing vessel, and
taken to London. Lnglnnd.
The "Sinny Surra." This is the name of the
ve.-sel which will bring the next mail. She was
expected tO U
ave San Francisco on or about tl.e
10th. and will be due on Monday or Tuesday The
clipper ship (.''ii'fij'ni'i was to sail from that port
about the same tiire. The former is bound to
Japan, the latter to Hongkong.
Schooner Alrernt. This fine craft sailed for
llilo on Tuesday last, with a full freight and as
many cabin passengers as she could accommodate.
We understand that she is put on for trial, and if
satisfactory inducements are offered, she will be
continued as a llilo pa.-kct. She is the largest
and finest schooner we have that is adapted to the
above route, and under the command of the accom
modating Clark, cannot fail to become a favorite.
, ,.-,. i i
TS" Tue yacht .V , .. ':,,,. on her passage to
TTilo enr- .oniered very rousrh weather in the Hawaii
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channel, and lost her upper spars and sails. Her
captain and crew rigaed up temporary sails suffi
cient to take her into Hilo. w here she would under
go further repairs.
jMr".n niHiii.ilIy severe eurthnunke was xje
rieiieeil at liana. East Maui. about noon onl'ihlay,
June l.'t!!. The shock threw lovn men who v to
istandin tr walking;, and tij jied :T barrel ami
other articles from s-helves in Mr. Wilmingtoirs
store. Fr llt.t Maui, this is somethitt tincom
mon. and ui'e-is the id. -a that old H.i'.eakala is
becomin.tr j-alons of his Hawaii rival, -and has a
notion of tryinjr to elevate his head above their
snow-ca'joI sunnuits. It's rather latvin the day
for any etforts of this kind. but. like our Ministry,
he mav think then is no harm in trvinrj to d
soraethini; startling, even if nobody is benefitted
- TjcicK. Answers wore reoeivetl frtni New Vi.tk
Aj'ix. which sailed hence on the 1 t!i of April. This
gives 71 days for the round trip by mail. A tele
graphic reply was received by the Jlhrrhoj to a let
ter sent lo New York by mail by the same steamer.
iu .V2 days from the date of the letter. (Gradu
ally steam shortens the distance between hen anil
New York. Our letters trout San Francisco t-tatcd
that it is expected that the lirst steamers lipat hed
to China will touch at Honolulu, boih in gting out
and returning. This will probably be the case, and
any changes will only be made after this port has
been fairlv tried.
, Z-Hf The bark Lice Ya)tle? will probably sail
to-day for San Francisco, the mail closing at noon.
Correspondence of the P. C AJvcrtisr.
Sax FkaTcisco, May 2Sih, 1C,C.
Mr. Eihtou: Ihar Sir: When last at your isl
ands I was struck with their poverty us regard
shell fish and edible marine animals. Situated on
I the edge of the tropics, with a large extent of sea
j coast, the island shores should have teemed with
j imuw animal life, forming a cheap and valuable
addition to the food of its inhabitan'.s. Uelieving
that some of the most valuable of the species could
safely be introduced from this coast. 1 sent you per
lihrriiitj. in care of Mr. San ford, (lately chief en
gineer of the Aj-tx.) s few of our hot variety ot
large crabs, and trust that they have reached you
safely. The Comet sailing in a day or two, I will
send you by her some of our hard shell clam iu
care of II. W. Severance, and hope that they will
prove as valuable an article of food to your people
as with us. The native oyster of California is
small and of inferior flavor, but we have lately
been in receipt of a fine variety id large ones from
the coast of Lower California, lf possible, I w ill
get a few to send with the clams. You can use
your ow n judgment in planting out the shell-fish,
but I would suggest that w herever you plant them,
to see that they are guarded from the attacks of
fish their native enemies who would otherwise
destroy them. The worst enemy to shell-fish on
this coast is the star-fish, oystermcti having to picket
fence, as it were, their oyster beds, to prevent at
tacks. I also send you sample of cotton grown from
Sea Island seed at Tahiti by Messrs. Soares & Co.,
an English firm who are engaging largely in its
cultivation there; and with it a fair sample of our
best California grown short staple or upland cot
ton. All lots of the latter (some 100 acijs sow n)
so far marketed have been used in the manufacture
of coarse sheetings and 'drillings for flour sacking
purposes. The price has ranged from .'50 to 25 cts.
per pound, the latter price now prevailing. There
promises to soon be a demand lor a liner and bet
ter grade of cotton than the upland variety lor
manufacturing in this city in new styles of cotton
and mixed goods. I have a commission already in
hand to engage if possible from b',000 to 10000
pounds cotton similar to the sample or Tahiti cot
ton pi-nt you, the price to be based upon the same
grade et' "cotton in New York and three cents per
pound added for freight to this place. Failing of
engaging it from Tahiti an order will be sent lo
New York for the quantity needed to try the pro
posed experiment in manufacturing in this eily.
Perhaps your cotton growers may have some similar
grades that would answer, and it might prove
profitable to ship to so near a market.
Y'ou will see by the prices current that sugar is
ruling very low in our market. I do not know the
reason for the low price, but think it can in part at
least be attributed to the keen rivalry that has
sprung up between the sugar refineries, the older
one apparently string to force the market down by
sales at auction. How long this state of things
will exist is hard to conjecture, trade being very
light and supplies of raw sugar continuing to
1 had quite an interesting conversation with one of our Slate
officials regarding tlie Sandwich Islands and the position they
occupy relative to California a"d the United State. He eeni l
impressed with the importance of jour islands in both a com
mercial and political relation to the I'nited States Pacific poiwcs
Eions, and sta"ted that he was using his exertions to have a reci
procity tr-aty entered into between the two countries by which
tho productions and manufactures of either should be imported
free of all dutie. The prosperity of all your material interests
would lie grealiy ennanceu oy sucn ireaiy i.ir iieyomi wiimi we
should Ret in return. At present import duties are as follows,
I should set in return
against your principal productions, viz.: rugar from li to 3J
cents, coffee 5 cents, cotton 5 cents, rice 14 t 'li cent ir
pound, molasses cents per gallon, besides a groat variety of
articles on which advulorrm duties are charge. All of these
would lie done away with in case of a reciprocity treaty, thus
virtually giving your islands a monopoly for the sale of its pro
ducts to the exclusion of others up to the amount of their pro
duction. It would virtually give your jieople all the a.lvaniHgcs
of annexation to the United States without bearing their projMir
tion of the latters present onerous taxation. The main advan
tage to be gained by tho United States would be an Increased
concern in the Hawaiian Islands through the joint iutcreMs of
both countries, thus affoiding an ft were a puarantee that th
Kv-rnnieiit of the latter should not pus into the hands of an
unfriendly ower; at the name time a sort of moral protectorate to
the islands would be afforded which would prevent in future
the arrogance of other and more (xiwerful nations, as has hereto
fore been the case. lours, very truly, Ajax.
The crabs and clams sent by our correspondent
all died on the passage. "We hope he w ill repeat
the experiment, as a second trial may result with
better success. The Sea Island cotton from Tahiti
is similar to some received by us a few weeks ago
by the Ooistilutiou. It is not so line nor of so long
staple as our Hawaiian, and much inferior to the
Carolina grown cotton. The sample of California
upland sent us is good, and we s e no reason why
the culture of this staple may iut succeed in som-.
favored parts of that State. Los.
P.vker's I sla no, April IS, ISCfi.
Dear Sir: On the 30th of January last the ship
J'lUnita. Capt. Thomsc-u, of Hamburg, was on fire
about forty miles southwest from this island. The
cause of the fire was so very singular, I thought it
i would be of interest to many of your readers. A
sailor was sent with a lantern to draw varni-h
what is called by sailors bright varni.-h. Tne man
knocked out the bung from the cask of varnish,
took the lamp from the lantern, to look iu the bung
j hob' to see how much was in the cask, when tho
i ca.-,k exploded like a gun. and knocked the man
j some distance, set fire to his clothing, and iu an
Instant the yhip was on fire in tlie piwer ho: I. I r.fortunately
two barrels of tar were stowed close to the varnish that soon
were on fire. The smoke was so dense that the ship's company
could do nothing towards puttitnr the fire out. They battened
down the hatches, took in all sail to prevent any draft of air
getting to the fire, lowered the bouts, and made provision for
h-avinir the ship. The ship being in ballast, the fire died out.
Probable loss to the ship in damage will be from ei-ht hundred
to one thousand dollars, to sails stowed below and ship' btoreii.
The hull of the ship w as m t ir jured.
Truly yours, W. TiAuroCK.
Kof'A, June 19, 1SG0.
Mr. Ei.itok: Sir: The brigantine Ida I). Ro-jirn, Capt.
Norton, arrived here on Sunday last, 17 days from Fan Fran
cisco, en route to Japan. The tUvjern left S in Francisco on the
first day of June, and. touched here to gi t a supply of water
an 1 fresh provisions.
Amongst her passengers is the Rev. J. It. Pidtagh, mission-
. . .. . i I j , . . . ' . 1 . T . . . . ,1.
I ary irom ir.e l'uien roaiu hi ,.e i., o mc .n.-s.-. .nr.
IS. has already EpeLt several yi ars at Kanagawa and lokoliama,
hut his wife's health having failed it became necesary tr her
to return to her native land for awhile. Mr. U. accompanied
Ler as far as San Francisco, where he left her, and he is now
returning to his chosen field of labor.
i-nnt Norton ha on Ixiar.l his vessel some etirht or ten head
I of cows, with their calves, which Rome enterprising Yankees,
(a,nnf them Capt. S. James. Capt. Copeland. and Mr. Wilson.
i all of Honolulu.) are fhippin:? to Yokohama for the purpose of
start iiiL' a dairy near that crowine ci'y.
The . li. R. has five passentrers for Japan, two ladies and
three genth uin. She sads to day. In anchoring she parted
t.er cable and lost hr anchor in nine fathoms water, but will
Lit it asam. as a native dive I down and biiccch!j iu in:. K.ng;
a hawger fast to ti e anchor.