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TrtMurer'a Report Queen s Hospital
To Bo ExcixLEJiCT W L. MotaosrA,
Miaister of the Interior, ic. &e.
Sis I base tbe honor to famish this the Thirty-
sseond SaJ-aonual Report of ths Treasurer of the
Qoeso'i Hospital, showing the receipts and disburse
ments danog the half yer ending May 30th, and of
tbs present Boaneial condition of ths corporation.
Bioce the 6 h De. last I have received as follows :
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tioaes to be satawactory. Ths income derived from
pay patients has matsriaily increased T0 M
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There are no liabilities unpaid.
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By Jobx U. Patt. Atty.
Circuit Court, Maui, June Term.
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j Tn iotemati'mal reception and ball to fx
: giTcn by tlv inhabitants of Honolulu to Rear
' Admiral Almj and the officer of the- U. S. S.
P'nsaeola a an widen" of appreciation of the
courtesy and hospitalit of ti.ee gentlemen, will
be be!d on Friday next, the 25th in., at the
Hawaiian II .tel. We are authorized to ex press
the bopea of the invitation committee that resi
dent in the country districts and in otlter isl
ands who rosy be able to Tint Honolulu on that
I date, will endeavor to join them on the occasion
and assist in making it successful.
The steamer Ktlauta is to return from ililo on
aiwrown ui inr icwpiion ; una ir.e agent
kindly promised to make such arrangements
as win secure ner arrirai in Honolulu at tne
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A vcxr 11 km a RKvA rli editorial paragraph in yes
terday's Jsandtr, based upon the complimentary
letter in our last addressed to (.apt. Lo range oty
bchalf of his Chinese passenger, is calculated Co
give the impression that the imxrtations of Chi
nese coolies to this country previous to the arri
val of the A'nA, have had the effect of " harrow
ing the susceptibilities " of this community, on
account of tb " horrors of their state," and
" rates of starvation, imprisonment, mutiny and
blood-shed," " to which we have become some
what accustomed in our acquaintance with coolie
ships." This is a very reckless atyle of writing,
and indeed amounts to a wholesale libel upon all
(the government included) who have been in any
way concerned in the past in bringing Chinese
Oca BEADEKA will remember that on the 22d of
month a notice appeared in this paper, (and
subsequently in others) over the signature of the
Minister of the Interior, to the effect that, after
specifying the limits in ilonolulu within which
liccensed dealers in spirituous liquors should
carry on their business N iicenses for the tale
of spirituous liquors will bo granted for any
place it. the kingdom outside of Honolulu."
This decision of the government was received
with general satisfaction by the community both
in this city and on the other islands, and the pub- j
lie mind rested satisfied that the evils of the traffic
in spirituous drinka would not be extended be
yond the metropolis. It would seem, however,
that this salutary regulation by the Privy Council
is to be treated as a nullity. When a jobbing
license for the sale of liquor at Wailuku was ap
plied for some two months since, the applicant,
as we are informed, felt assured that there would
be no difficulty in obtaining the license, and con
sequently deposited with the department the pur
chase money, and moreover shipped in advance an
invoice of liquor to Wailuku, valued at some
thing less than a thousand dollar. After the
promulgation of the order in Council above re
ferred to, we understand that the money for the
license was returned to the applicant, but that he
re fused to receive it. We are left to conjecture
that be chooses to assume that he has paid for a
license, and intends to go on just aa if he had re
ceived one. And this inference would seem to be
strengthened from the fact that, as we are further
informed, the etoek of liquors sent ap to Wailuku
has not been returned, but on the contrary, a
fresh supply has been shipped. If, as is asserted ,
the verbal promise of a Minister was given when
the application was made that a license would be
granted for Wailuku, and that on the faith of that
promise the goods were conveyed thither, then
perhaps it would appear that the owner of those
goxls has a legal cause of complaint against the
Minister; but that does not justify him in pro
ceeding to dispose of bis goods without a license,
and in direct violation of law. He becomes just
as much a wrong-doer as any one else who sells
without a license. Now the query comes up
how does it happen that these invoices of liquors
nrt. disr,oel of at VVailt ku in the face of law and
- m - m m ' m
contempt of authority ? This is a question that
may appropriately and legitimately be put to the
police of Maui.
, A fTTEB from one .if the windward island
L'eonuina the remark: "It wonld be a very
serious loss and inconvenience were we to be de-
prived of the Ktlauca; and this truth is forcibly
impressed upon us whenever her regular trips are
j. temporarily suspended from any cause." This
expresses the feeling and represents the true state
of the case all over the islands. Communication
by steam between the islands is a necessity.
This is owing to the boisterous channels that
divide them, which render a passage by a sailing
vessel, however well-found and skillfully man
aged, uncertain in duration and generally very
uncomfortable to anybody but a seasoned sailor,
or that conceited character the " experienced
traveler.' Individuals of this class even we Imve
seen capitulating to the miseries of a protracted
trip on a Hawaiian coaster. We speak of these
miseries thus feelingly without in the least desir
ing to derogate from the sea-going qualities of
our coasting vessels in general, or the skill of
their captains and crews. But let a person as
has been the case with the present writer in past
years be ' cabin'd, cribb'd, oonfin'd," in a 50
ton schooner for five days and nights on the
passage from Honolulu to Lahaina, or nine days
to Hawaii, and he will ever after dread embark-
on a coaster. It is true that sucn Jong
are the exceptions.
We have often wondered why a schooner could
not be provided with a wooden portable screw, to
be shipped to the stern on occasion and worked
by band to push hr along through the "calm
strciks '' so often met with in sailing among
these islands. Such a contrivance, if practicable,
would wonderfully shorten passages from port to
prt. during the season when calms prevail, and
rf it could be made available on short notice,
mig .t become extremely valuable at other times.
Speaking of coe. iters it is not a matter for
surprise that those who have invested their means
in this species of property, which at best is
attended with so many risks, should be inclined
to regard as an injustice to themselves the fact of
the government running a steamer. And were
it true that government did this as a speculation,
for the purpose of making money, there would
be more weight to the argument that it is main
taining an opposition to private enterprise. The
fact is however that not only does the government
realise nothing from the steamer, but that in the
aggregate she has cost the Treasury a very con
siderable earn over and above her receipts. But
her usefulness as a means of quick and certain
communication between the remote parts of the
kingdom and the capital, both to the general
public and the government, has been so apparent,
that no Legislature has ever hesitated about
voting the money for her repairs or other expenses.
She has been termed by the natives. Is kakou
alantti our highway and acknowledged by com
mon consent as a public necessity, and indeed as
There can be no question however that, on all
accounts, it would be better if our inter-island
steamer were owned and run by private lcdividu-
ais rather than by government, if ths private
indiriduals could only be found to do it. We
have heard th- remark, that whenever there is
really a need of a steamer here m.-aning thereby
the existence of a business to sup-port a steamer
then private enterprise will step forward and
supply the want. The province of guvern men's,
it is said, should be simply to govern and secure
the administration of justice, and nothing more,
but this theory will bold good almost everywhere
else but just here and now. The doctrine that
that country is governed best which is governed
least, will not J. flr llawaii, and its practical
application here would speedily result in no gov
ernment at all. As we have had occasion to
observe of late more than once, the peculiar con
dition of affairs in these islands, both socially and
financially, requires that our government should
lead in works of public utility and improvement
t v. -
If government doe. not lead, no one else will,
nei-eTer tne conauions oecome eucn inat gv
ernmect may safely follow in these matters in
stead of leading, we shall assuredly rejoice in Itw
change, for it will signify a degree of nnti'.nal
prosperity and strength that we do not at present
'his majesty s address before
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n Saturday last the 12th inst., the Sunday-
schools of this island a.rcmbted in Honolulu,
from nil Ihe out-dTStrlchi, to the number of four
teen, and maivhed in procession through the
principal streets. They made an interesting as
well as a handsome display, the many hundreds
of well-dressed children, with banners and bands
of music, accompanied by their teachers. After
making the circuit of the city, the procession
returned to tho starting point, the Kaumakapili
Church, which at 11 o'clock, when the exercises
commenced, was crowded to overflowing. The
interior of the church was beautifully decorated
with evergreens und flowers. An hour was de
voted to recitations of Scripture lessons and sing
ing, and at 12 o'clock, His Mijesty the King
arrived, accompanied by His Royal Highness
Prince Leleiohoku, Her Royal Highness the
Princess Liliu Kamakaeha Dominis, Her High
ness R. Keelikolani, the King's Ministers and
His Chamberlain. His Majesty's address to the
assembled schools (a translation of which wc
give) was listened to with very marked attention,
and elicited unbounded applause. The King said :
" It gives me great pleasure, children of the 8un-
d7 Schools, to meet you here to-day
gathering and tor exercises which you have just
taken a part in so creditably, are pleasing evidences
of the interest taken by you in your schools in the
past, and afford hopeful promise for still higher
attainments in the good work in the future. And
while praising you for these evidences of industry
and application, we must not forget that to the in
telligence and faithfulness of your teachers no small
share of the result mast be cred'ted.
"The system of Sunday Schools was first com
menced in these islands in the year 1826. and about
that time oar people first began to wear the foreign
style of clothing. There are old people here in this
assembly to-day who could, if they chose, tell all
about those times, when tbey ook their first lessons
in the spelling-book; then was planted the good seed
ths fruits of which arc the Sunday Schools gathered
here. From 1825, when these excellent schools were
first commenced, up to the present year is a half a
century, so that we may properly call this the jubilee
year of the Sunday Schools of Oaha. And let us
congratulate ourselves on this fact, and gladly con
template the good results of the system from its
small beginnings, fifty years ago. The children of
our Sunday Schools, as well as those of America,
have contributed their dimes towards the building of
the. Morning Star, yonder vessel whose mission it is
to bear the messengers of the Gospel to the dark
ends of the earth, to spread the light of civilization
and lb knowledge of ie true God; this is one of the
good fruits of the Sunday School system.
" The sight of these banners of the different schools
surrounded by the bright and happy faces of boys
and girls, is a delightful one to me. It reminds me
of the days of my own boyhood, when I, too, marched
in a Sunday School procession, with banners lying
and music playing, to this eame church of Kaumaka
pili, a quarter of a century ago. On that occasion
was to be seen standing where I and my sister and
brother now stand, my predecessors, all since passed
from life Kauikeaoali, Liholiho II., Kamehameha,
Kamamala and Lunslilo. That was in 1840, thirty
five years ago, and how short a time it seems to
look back to. My recollections of attending upon the
Sunday School at the Bethel are very vivid. I can
still remember some of the verses which I got by
heart, for doing which I gained a prize and the com
mendation of my teacher. That prize I still retain;
one of the verses was " Neither give place to the
devil." I hope you will remember this, and so
occupy yourselves in doing that which is right and
good, that there will be no time left in which to do
" In the year 1865, at the request of the Princess
Victoria Kamamalu, I attended her at a Sunday
School celebration at Kawaiahao Church, on which
occasion, addressing the children she said, " Re
member your religious teachings." While I may
not be able to speak to you with the grace and per
suasiveness displayed by Her late Royal Highness on
that day, I can however follow her example by
repeating the injunction to " Remember your relig
ious teachings." Let that saying be as a breast
plate, to be constantly worn, and let it be indelibly
fixed upon your minds, and sink deep in your hearts;
for thereby you will best do honor to her memory.
" To the young women and girls here assembled, I
have something to say, and I will illustrate it by an
anecdote of the reign of the First Napoleon of France.
There was at his court a celebrated woman named
Madame de Stael, beautiful and highly educated,
and her house was the resort of the wits and learned
men of the time. On one occasion, when the nobility
were all met, in the presence of the Emperor, Mad
ame de Stael asked him whom he considered the best
woman in France ? The Emperor replied promptly
"She who bears the most children for France."
Madame de Stael had expected an answer that would
be complimentary to herself, and the rebuke was a
severe one. And the lesson conveyed is one well
worthy of our consideration, for if you young women
and girls were to ask me to-day which one among
this assemblage will hereafter be entitled to be called
the most deserving woman of Hawaii nei, I should
say, ' She who bears the most children for Hawaii
Report of the Pauahou Examining Com
mittee. Messrs. McCnlly. Forbes, Bishop and Dole, ap
pointed an Kx training Committee, attended the
examination held on Tuesday and Wednesday, at
the close of the academic year of Oabu College.
The number ol students by the catalogue is twen
ty seven girl and thirty-three boys, but of these
quite a number Lave not been in attendance to
the end of the year. Wisely, we think, the teach
ers did not undertake to present all their classes,
nor to run over the whole field of the studies pur
sued by those clasps. This would not be practi
cable in a short public oral examination : and we.
though termed an examining committee, felt that
the examination should be conducted by the teach
ers with but little interruption by interrogation on
our part. It would be easy for strangers to the
class to throw them into confusion by questions
touching matters which bad not come within their
course of study, and the failure to comprehend the
point of the question asked or to give the itnswer
reauired. tumid not justlv imply a want of suita
ble instruction and faithful study. Neither can
the committee of uny year well repoit the progress
lUr LUlilUiiis - mwm n; ja.. - - - - f - mm -
of the school or of individual elates or scholars,
wbJcbi.D. matur of comparison with previous
years. But an examtoiog committee may well ou-
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i ,a,rTe 4n(j report upon the tone et the school In
respect to discipline, the character of the instruc-
ti'n g-vren in resect to thorou;h!ie. and the tn
ersl iinprovt-mcnt or failuiv to itni'txTr- by the
scholars of the opportunities of the school .
We think no one prsa-nt at the examination
failed to see that there had been faithful teaching
and indu;ri'i learning, and the remark may be
made generally of a 1 the exercises presented.
that they ere the results of weli applied endeav
or. There werr no "show performance." uuleae
the term may be applied iv u.- tri-icr-ful ;..-.-tut. le
of the wymoastics performed by the girl in the
court, dressed in a pretty and unif .ru costume,
and that was not a show in any other sense than
being novel and very attractive, tor of the benefit
and need of systematic exercise lor girls and boy
there can be but one opinion.
The recitations of the Latn classes may be
noted perfect. While grammatical drill is com
plete, unusual ssccess is attained in construing.
The rendering of Ciceto and the mt-moriior recita
tion of the text of the oration w re exact, vigor
ous and graceful.
Geometry andrsltjebra were well done, especial
ly the former ."Le larie in analv-:?. ir
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cl-irs in non-r-xsct stiiies. wr mav saythat thT
appeared to have learned well what was within
their course of study. EnjjIUh history. ve think,
could be tn t;- r taught from a b- f. r book th.tn the
abridgment of Hume's history which is used.
some manual which should bring out more sharply
the really important events and crises which h ive
shaped English history and the history of civil
The Commiu-e examined with great pleasure
the spelling books writ'en d.iring the term by the
pupils from dicia:iou They were very generally
models ol neatness m writing, and in the few
words missed tu&ke a record that may be called
In the elocutionary exercises, select readings
were made prominent. We like this feature. The
readings were all good, and so were the composi
tions. We may say there was an improvement as
Compared with some torim-i years in all the ex
hibition " exercises. The enunciation iu both
reading aud declamation was good. This remark
cauuot be made as to two-thirds of the scholars in
the lessons recited. We would uot neglect to
make due allowance for the timidity of young peo
ple reciting in a large room before strangers, and
to allow for some natural differences in strength
of voices and in vocalization, but the number of
those who do speak out audibly aud distinctly
shows that the art is within the attainment of atl.
This matter has been frequently remarked ou. and
has doubtless received much atteiitiou from the
teachers ; indeed, it is probable that little of this
difficulty is noticed iu the daily recitations, but
appears chiefly ut the public examinations. But
until it disappears there it will continue to be
matter of comment by visitors.
It may be more withiu the province ol the trus
tees than ours to speak of the intended abseuce of
the President of ibtt institution ; yet we may be
allowed, in view of the departure of Mr. and Mrs.
Church, after their ten year of service here, to
express our sense of the way in which they have
filled their very important and responsible
pljce. For important aud responsible in a
high degree it is. the charge of these young
ladies and gentlemen in the school aud iu the
tamily. They have to be governed firmly yet with
kindness, to be taught in their studies, directed
and supervised iu their amusements, their work,
their excursions, their life iu the school us a home,
and in respect to their motul and religious and
pbyeical interests. And (his multifurioiis care ex
tends through the seven days and nights of the
week, aud. as to many of them, through vacations.
The property too, of the school. Its farm and its
house-keeping, are to be carefully and prudently
managed. We hazard little in saying that in the
judgment of all atquaiiited with the facts, these
various and exacting duties have been fulfilled
faithlully and wisely, iinatllfalhlj uud without stint
of peraunul exertion. We understand it is an open
question whether Mr. and Mrs. Church may return
after a year's visit home. We are sure they will
be welcomed back if they please to come. -
Two other teachers also leave. They carry with
them only good wishes and good opinions. It is
to be regretted that changes in the staff of teachers
should be so freqneut as they have been. The ser
vice of the associate teachers should he for more
than one or two years, as generally has been the
case. But this subject cannot be pursued here.
For the Examiuing Committee.
I. vwkem'k MoOoxt.
HoNOM i.t . June 17th, 1875.
FURNISHED DWELLING FOR RENT.
a-at I UK DV KITING HOI SK WITH
fB Furniture of tbe utideraiKtied at Waikiki-wasiia. tot
aaawBV tea it twelve months, ou aicuuul of absence. Teniu
farorable to a careful tenant
096 3t LAWRKNCE MiCl l.LY.
'MIK. BIENNIAL M BETING OF THE
1 MK.MBKRri of IhS QCBBlfS HOSPITAL SOCIETY
will be held at Aliiolsni House, ou Saturday' July 3d. 1S7&,
at 11 A. M. 7 A large attendance is requested.
W iit Per Order. F. A 8CII AKFER, Bec'y.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
VIK. JAMES A. DOWER. OF HONOLU-
i.wi LL. baring executed to me a deed of assignment of all
his proierty for the benefit of his creditors. I hereby notify
Lis creditors to present their claims duly verified to me within
one mouth from this date.
p. B. DOLK, Assignee.
Honolulu. Uth Jnue, 1174. 994 4t
Wheat Meal. Craham Flour,
Corn Meal, Cracked Corn.
Cround Rice, Cracked Barley,
OBOL'ND TO ORDER, by
Hail A Son will
Orders left with DillingUam 4 Co., or E.
be attended to.
POSTPONEMENT SALE OF REAL ESTATE
1BJOTICE IS HEREBT G I VEN TH A T Til E
Sale of Lands belonging to the Estate1 of W. II. KAAL'-
W VI, deceased, advertised to take place at Wniluku on
the 26th day of June, InsL, at Ti o'clock noon, is postponed
by order of Uie Court until SATURDAY, the 7th day of Au
gust next, at the same tim and place.
JOHN KOII UNAUNA.
996 3tJ Administrator of Est. of W. II Kaauwal, deceased.
DAS O BERG ERICHT DER FREIEN
Hanscstadt Bremen raacht hirrJurch bvkannt:
dass auf den Berichtder Papillencommissio.i der von Hermann
Bchlouohm, dessea Ehrfr.ia, Margarethe Marie, geb. Kresch
oSsky, Friedrich Wilhelm Kr- fiiy. Hermann Kreschoff
sky, Betty Kreschoffsky . und Dr. Ki inken als curator ahsentis
von Friedric! Heiurich Brunkhorst, g-stellte Antrag:" den
FRIEDRICH HEIURICH BRUNKHORST,
gelioren Uicselbsl am 23. September 1817, Sohndes im Jahre
1827 vcrstorbeueu Gotthard Christian liruukhorst und dessen
im Jahrr 1819 verstorbeuen Eht-fraa Marie Elisabeth, geb.
Dieckmanti, welchvr im Jal.re 1832 Oder 1433 als Schiffsjunge
auf einem Bremischen ScLiffe tur See gegaugen sei und seit
1S41 Nichta von sich habe hieren lasseii, fuer todt &u erklae
ren," als xulaessig und demitemsess eiue EdictailaSutg des
Yerschollencu erkanut worden iat Es wird daher dsr vorcr
wr.ehute FRIEDRICH HEINRICH BRUNKHORST
hierdurcb geladen. spaetestens am
MONTAO, DEN 6 NOVEMBER 1876,
VORMITTAGS lO UHR.
vor dem Obergeiichte iu deiseu Aadienzzimmer auf LieiigeTU
Rathhausc persoenlich oder lurch eiaen Btfvollmaechtigteu tu
erscheinen, oder bis dahiu Kunde von sei r. em Lebcn uud Aufent
halte su gebeu, widrigenfal er fuer todt erklsert und sein
Vermoegrn den in Folge seines Todes dazu Berechtigttn
verabfolgt werden wird.
Sodann werden Aile, welcbe von seiuem Leben oder Tode
Nachrictileu besitzen, aufgclurdert , soU.be dem Obergerichte
Zuglcich werJcu die uubektnnteu Erben and Olaeubiger des
Friedrich Heinrich Brunkhorst
tuemit geladeu, ibre etwaigen Ansprueche aad Forderuoreu
bei Strafe des Verlustes dersefcen in dem obgedacbten Tenniue
anzugeben aud gelttn l zu mschen
Bremen aus der Canzlei des Obvrgerichta den 4 April 1S74.
995 3teom H. L.AMPE. Dr.
Just Arrived per Mattie Maclay.
Extra Superfine Flour,
Lime', Pork, Hams,
Canned Salmon aud
Beef, &c, &c, &c.
FOB SALE BY
11. HACK EELD At CO.
HERE A S, lit VII) SMITH. OF HO-
n 'lulu, ice mauurar turrr, n.ts uii. usy uiaae an
ifiiliuoent to tbe snil-mpitC or alt bis property, real and
oersonal. fr the benefit of bis creditors, notice is hereby siveo
to all parties owing tbe said Darid Smith to make payment to
iu an i lawss wmmm wawa ssassswas i w
aod wm having claim againit r.im. to jwowpA th
I - g. p. DILLIN
a . - . ...
(.resent me same wnn
BoDoluiu. Juae 11th, V,t.
Views of a Distinguished German.
At the banquet given to Carl Schars by the Ger
mans in New York on the eve sf the sailing of their
guest, be give his countrymen very good advice, as
follows : A few words hf would say to them, espe
cially aa Germans. He had sever been in favor, nor
was he now. of hatiog tbe Germans in this country
clan together and become separated from the other
element of the populatk-n. In this view the Ger
mans here were ail Americans Their interests were
those of the people, their duties those of the people,
and tbey should be banded together and united only
by tbe common bend of American patriotism. Ger
mans here were amcng tbe first to battle for their
adopted Und. They were amcng those who led the
van in the ranks of America's soldiery, and they are
now among the foremost of those inspired by the
highest sentiment cf American patriotism. In this
view he was proud to be an American still prouder
to be a German-American. Affection for Germany
was still entertained by them, bat tbey did not on
that acccunt bate a single jot cf their ardor for
America. He loved the FatherUnd, but that did
not lessen his love for America. The man loves his
bride none the less because he holds bis mother dear
The American with his shrewd common sense and
practicality, and the German in his profoandest
thought, were working for a common end. Their
aim is the same and there is no conflict between
ST. AI.B45 (MM.fcClt.-Prare-wl aasl
other tuteres'rd in ibis inst.tuUon are respectfully invited
to attetxl the Speeches awl I'itribolicei of Priar-s on the 19th,
St 7.90 P. M. U
NOTICE. TtaS HstclBc Bstsas Hnll Clwfc
ruwt for practi'-? on Tu.sJaya, Thursday and Saturdays at
4 i ";:-jck. p M ,on the grounds at UV rear of tbe Cu.lou Htaiae.
Hom.iuiu June BUI, 1S76 944 Ut
Mr. J. T. W a If r house hnrisg rrcrhril
from tbe Now Zealand Ioturancc Company, through their
Arent, Mr O. N. Owen, the am ant of $4,400, insured by him.
on merchandise, by the ill fated schooner V ARl'N A, begs to
express bis thank, and the satisfaction be feels at the prompt
ne. displayed in settling this ton. The New Zealand Iriaur
ance Company certainly deserve a fair hre of the Insurance
Business of Honolulu
W3 J T. WATKBHOC?K.
R. JH II. PA Ti
WILL ACT FOR
.lurinc my Hhaence from
CIIAB. R BUUOP.
me under power of attorney
the Kingdom. (994 lm)
A SI'GaR PLANTATION. BY AN'
e:iprriencrd icnr nVtlrr. rrnctical Machinist and Engi
neer. Best nf references given. Address
994 ate P. R , Wail.ee, Maui.
THE--. DRDCUieNBO HAVE, ON THE
Firs. Day of April, lt7&, entered Into a Co-partnership,
under -.be name and style or J. II. HRL'NS A CO.. fir the pur
pose of carrying on the
t as Wf r I ii x nat Gnugisg Bwlurso
In all it branches, and i llicit a share sf the public patronage.
J. B. BRI N?,
Uunolulu, June 12, 1STR 994 3m
1. 11 SHI NS. B. UBCBK.
J. H. BRUNS & CO.,
BKG LEA VETO NOTIFY THE Pl'BLIC
that they have purchas -d the entire stock In trade of
the 1st-.- James L. Lewis, and thit thry will continue to carry
on the Justness of
Coopering and Gauging.
At the OUI Stand on KINO 8TRKKT, near the Bethel, until
further notice. And also,
ON QLEKN STRKfcT, NEAR FORT.
Whert they trill be found Prepared to Execute nil
Orion in tltcir line.
Casks, Kerosene Oil Containers
FOR TALLOW, Btc., Etc., ALWAYS ON HAND.
Honolulu, June 12, 1S75. 994 ly
U I aLK !
WELL KNOWN FUUNUI DAIRY!
THK C.VDKKSIGNED HAVING
purchased tli: aril known herd of XIXjOII
.'-V" from Mr. J Richardson, and also
having itase.l the. Lauds known aa the
ne Is prepared to furnish i
PI KK nESfl MILK, Dl QrAMITIES TO Sl'IT 5
Cents TO ox- C$ XJ A- ItT,
FCLL MEASURE GUARANTEED,
And DfllYrrrd tn the Morning and Afternoon !
i , To large customers, such as IKtel and Restaurant keep
ers. Ships of War, Ac, he will make Special Contracts, at
Orders given to John, who has charge of the Milk Van, or
left at the Ioternational Hotel, will be promptly attended to.
.,l43 of Ittoal Instate
HV VIRTUE OF AX ORDER MADE ON
the 7th day of June, A. D. 1875, by the Hon. Charles C
Harris, First Associate Justice of the Supreme Court ol the
Hawaiian Islands, licensing nic. JOHN KOII DNATJNA, Ad
ministrator of the Estate of WILLIAM H. KAAUWaI. late
or Honolulu, deceased, to sell at public auction, certain lands
belonging to said estate, I, the undersigned, will sell at public
n s,nrda- u" d of J"'' D- im
At the doof ol the Government House, Honolulu, at 12 o'clock
noon, all the right, title and interest of the said William H.
Kaauwai, deceased, in and to all those
TWO KALO PATCHES,
Situate at Kiokapu, Waikiki, Oaha,
Conveyed to Z. Kaauwai by llawaii and Mahulua by deed re
corded in tbe office of the Registrar of Conveyances, in Liber
6 of Deeds, page 600, and particularly described in Land Com
mission Award No. 1423.
Also, 5 nor, J cbnin. of In ml aitwsit mt
Kauhlki, Waikiki. Island of Oahu. granted to Z. Kaauwai by
Royal Patent No 3472.
The sale is subject to the approval of the Court, at the Court
House, Honolulu, on Thursday. Ike 8lls day of July,
A. D. 1875, at 10 o'clock A. M . when all parties interested are
notified to appear.
JOHN KOII UNAUNA, Administrator
994 3t Of ihe Eat of W II. Kaauwai, deceased.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP
THE CO-PARTERSIIIP HERETO,
fore existing under the firm name of BLACK A AL'LD,
is hereby dissolved by mutual consent. Mr. J. H. BLACK
will pay all liabilities of the late partnership, and all persons
indebted are requested lo make imme-liaie payment to him
only. J H. BLACK,
June 1st, 1875. JAMES ACLD.
mHE L.VUERMGNED, PROPRIETOR
M. and Publisher of the Pacific CoataaacuL AnvtBTtsas,
wilt continue the business of Printing and Publishing in all
its branches at tbe old stand, No. 14 Merchant Street.
Jane Stli, 1S75. J. H. BLACK.
1 HEREBT GIVE NOTICE THAI I WILL
not be reiponiible for any debts contracted in my name
without my written order, from this date.
Ilonolulu, June 5th, 1875. 993 3t
Blocks and Oars!
Fl LL ASSORTMENT.
For Sale by
BOLLRS & CO
Oregon Leaf Lard.
-LB. CASES RECEIVED PER
kit.burg.' For sale by
BOLLES A CO
Oregon Dried Apples.
FOR SALE BV
BOLI.E3 lr CO.
25.000 CHINA BRICKS.
EtXl'Kl SIZE. WILL LAV ABOUT
MlA per cent, m re than California brick, received per bark
Kvik, and for sale by
BOLLES A CO.
CIAR JCAX KILX-JIST RECEIVED per
SC r alkiuburg, an.i in perfect oner, rorsaie by
KITS SALMON BELLIES.
JACKED 1875. SPRING. JCST RE
ceived per FaJkinburg. For sale by
99 BOLLBB A CO.
OREGON SUGAR CURED HAMS!
PACKED BV JOHNSON K SPALDING,
aud warranted afariar, Just received per Falkicburg,
aud for sale by
994 BOLLES A CO.
DIRECT from PORTLAND,
Coiumbia River Spring Salmon !
PACKED by WARREN A CO., l8T5.Ha
warranted a bL'PBRIoR quality For sale by
994 BOLLKS 00.
COTTBOB fl.KiMMi.l Mil -
ATKD SB Qnren Street- Keot Lmw.
Wla Buaarvat J I ! r.T rt Of FICB.
SavB T1IK PaVKM IBWaB laATaUal "
h, K,T KUITH. at Maaawao. Vaui. on-
aaawSV j r Oa lad M Ila" Story llooaawnh U
sary mil kalktiafi and riateroa, win wUVatl ease arre cf
Crvtttsd. tot particalar. apply to
m Zm I' SCBOlaVi Wailaku. Maui.
TO LET OR LEASE I
THOSEDesiRABI.E PRKMlWaN ON
Alake Street, formerly .evapicd ty A. I' BKICK
WOOr, Saq. Tit Pirt fu n 4l'j to
J. B. LBMOM.
ALL PERMINS Bat TINS C L 4 1MB laalXR
the estate of the late ALLAN W 4L DD. will please I
preant them without de'ay to either of the oidersagaed
csXaa h. jI td.
A rBAB-I" Jt'Pl'
Hooo.ulj. March th. lTt- 9S4 3m
fltHE i'l Bl.K ARE H EREBV NOTI-
1 .-d that JOSSPII Dl CIIALSKT hat S4 aathceity to
sell any Leather material mad at the K A LAI" AO T A N -MKKY,
nor to incur any ep"u.litar aa account rf the Sam
except ihnoaa-h the oadeeVg ncd.
J. 1. DOWSaTT
Hoootnln. Marok IT, IS7S. 4S
ravine imu:hmi;m:i having mi
I cnoflroicd by tl.- Court as Kajrcutor tt the Kstkfr of
ANTON W. MAN 1 tL. deoeasad, rep, a sis U
person insetted to said Estate to make immediate payment,
and all who have claim aaaiost the i.l Karate to prearnt the
same with vouchers to the l'-dersigne.. darlns the term of ai
month from date, or they will he forever harrrd. And alt
peron having aty prop- rty in their pcannsion. katrv. r
deecription. belonging to the Estate of ANTON K W. M all Kl .
are hereby notified to deliver the tarn to the t'tidersignnl
forthwith, or olherwiac to render an account thereof.
J. It. BLACK. Karcalor
llonolulu, April 9th. 1875 o
BEEF AND PORK !
II t V All AN
Ml im For Bale hy
A. W PEIRCK A CO.
BOSTON MANILA CORDAGE.
I 1-8 lo B 1-2 liichfa.
1.-V.RO.M TI1K NKW BEDFORD FACTOR!
made hy Boston himself or some other man.
991 2m PorSalf by A. TV PKIKCK A CO.
DRIED APPLES !
BOXES DRIED I '
tf 991 im For Sale by A. W
P L F. N.
1'KIUCK a CO.
INVOICE OF AMERICAN CLOCKS !
R S ALE al SAX
FR A N ISCO PRICKS.
H. I1ACKFKI.D A CO.
INVOICE OF SILK FOULARDS
I 991 2m
II 1IACKFKLD .
PRIME C. R. SALMON
AL.MON BELLIES, IN mils., HALF
Bbls. and Kits.
PILOT BREAD. FLOl R,
HAMS land OREGON LIME.
9912m For Bale at H. IIACKFKLD A CO.'.
IN IM HSl AN K OF AN ORDER M ADR
on the 27th day or May, A. D. 1876, hy ths Hon. Chas. C.
Harris, First Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, of the
Hawaiian Islands, licensing me, JOHN KOII I NAl'NA, Ad
ministrator of the Kstate of Wm. H. Kaauwal, late of MBJ
lulu, rt ceased, to sell at Public Auction, certain lands belong
ing tn said Estate-, I the undersigned will sell at Public Auctina
ON SATURDAY, 7th DAY OF AUGUST,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOOX,
At Miaffiuu'i Store, in the town of Wailaku, Maui, all the
Right, Title and Interest of the said Wm. II. Kaauwal, de
ceased, in and tn the
ILI OF LAND KNOWN AS PAPOHAKU !
situated at Wailuku, Maui, to wit:
Four parcels of land 1st, 2 chain an 1 4 fathoms square , 2d,
1 acre and 1 square chain; 3d, H acre: 4th, 14 acre, 8 ebslns
and 100 fathoms square.
And likewise, in and to certain lands situate in llalaula, at
Wailuku, Maul, aforesaid, to wit: 15 lots, as follows:
1st lot containing 31 square rods.
1 acre. 15 eauare rods.
1 rood, 31 square rods.
S square rods.
3 acres, 1 rood, 38 rod.
8 roods, 38 rods.
3 acres, 3 roods, 27 rod.
2 rouds, A rod.
1 rood 35 rods.
3 roods, 32 rod.
3 acres, 1 rood, IB rods.
And alio a noriion of land situate at Paikl. Maui, the 1st lot
containing 6 28-100 acres, aiad the 2d lot, 15 1-26 acres.
Also all tbe Bight, Title and Interest of the deceased in and
to all the piece and pare-U of land described In Koyal Patent
2829, being the lots of land conveyed to the deceased and Oeo.
K. Kaauwal, his brother, by the heirs of NaMpnlcho, by a 0Cf
tain deed of record in Liber 41. pages 453 and 454. The first
lot of which contains 1 18-100 acres, situate in nalsula. In
Wailuku. aforesaid; the second lot, 2 34 100 acres, la Puako,
Wailuku, aforesaid; and the third, 23-100 of an sere, situate at
tbe same place; and the fourth, 1-10 of an arre.
And likewise, all the Right, Title and Interest acquired by
the deceased from A. Pepe and Kauml, hi wife. In and to the
land described in Land Commission Award No. 515, containing
35-100 of an acre. In the town of Wailuku.. afuresaid.
And I shall fsrtber expose for sale at PaMic Auction at the
Court Honse, In the town of Lahaina,
And also, nil the Laail Sltunlt m Mststlarn,
Hula. Maui, described In Land Commission A waril No.
2383, and containing 0 8-100 acres in favor of Z Kaauwal.
And likewise a Tract of Land Situated n I Wni
akss, Kuln, Muni, described in land Commission
Award 2383 containing H acres.
ON SATURDAY, THE 3d DAY OF JULY.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
all the Right and Interest of said deceased, in and to
CERTAIN LOTS OF LAND,
8ITUATK IN THE
AHUPUAAS of PAEOHI aud PUUNOA,
At Lsbalna, Maul.
The first lot containing an area of 37 square rods; the second,
to wit: the ILI OF W All E. containing an area of 2
acres. 2 roods and 13 rods; the third containing an area of 1
rood and 20 rods j and the fourth containing an area of 2 roods
and 34 rods.
And also the certain LOIS A ND K I' LA LAND in
the AHCPL'AA OF PAKOHI.tn Lahaina, aforesaid, contain
ing In all, an area of 2 acres. 1 mod and 4 rods.
And llkewiie, all tbe Right, Title and Interest of the de
ceased, in and to the
ILIS of KAMANI & KALUAAHA,
AHUPUAA of OLOWALU, near Lahaina,
The first containing an area of 2 arre, 3 roods and 86 rods;
and tbe second, 3 acres, 1 rood asd 22 rods.
Tbe faitber description of the lands may be seen on applica
tion at the Clerk's OUce of tbe Supreme Court UNTIL r)AT
I'KDA Y. tbe 12th of June, 1875, and afterwards at MR.
MOBSMAN'S STORK, at Wailuku, and at the UOVKKNOR'b
OFFICE, Lahaina, Maal.
Bale subject to tbe approval of the Coutt, at tbe Court
House, Honolulu, on Thursday. Ike Stb day ( July.
1875. at 10 o'clock A. M., when all parties interested are ..'ti
lled to appear.
JOHN KOII UNACNA,
Administrator of the Estate of Wm. 11. Ksaoaai, deceased.
TN tit AMITIES TO SUIT, FROM 1 Gnl-
M. Ion to a barrel.
For Sale by
ENGLISH "PORTLAND CEMENT,"
ECEIVED FROM THE BARK K A MOI.
For Bale by BOLLK8 A CO.
DAVIS' PAIN KILLER.
TS.HEGENCINE ARTICLE EOR.NALEBV
M3 2m A. W. PKIBCK A Of).
BEST ENGLISH PORTLAND CEMENT !
RECEIVED DIRECT FROM El ROPE,
by the last arrival, and warranted fresh and good.
For Sale at the Lowest Rate, by
099 BOLLRS A CO.
A GOOD 8UPPLT FOR SALE BV
963 2m A W PEIRCK A CO.
A FEW BOXES. FOR SALE BV
A. W. PEIKCK t CO.
BEEF AND PORK.
AMERICAN BEEF, HAWAIIAN BEEF,
MK88 PORK. PRIME POItK
983 2m For Bale by A. W. PEIRCK A CO.
GOLDEN GATE EX FAMILY FLOUR !
DlhER'S EXTRA FAMILY FLOl R,
Received per Murray, snd fur sale by
BOLLES A CO.
CALIFORNIA 0ATHAY !
DECEIVED PER D. Ca MCRRAV. AND
R O. C. I
tor Sale by
IB a Superior Quality.
BOLLES A CO.
OREGON HAMS, New and Fresh,
IER sf. A- FALKI.V8L Hfl. FOR SALE BY
BOLLKS 4 OO.
rntt t M).HMfiN:l) II A V SC THIS UAl'
aakweal iat p.rliwnaes sadsr ua Sraa asaww r My W of
' HBsfcuik B Oa
t. II. aiTCHOOCB.
B U. HITi'HrocB,
I HAS U WKTMOBK.
II it... April Sat, 1ST4 tat 44
FOUNTAIN SALOON & RESTAURANT !
j. w crowbll, I'KoraiKTtm.
No e Fort Sir, Hit U. L Chase. PVlagiaafc
Lunch and Ice Cream Room for Ladies.
PrfM'Mtd Mi";'.. Frnits.Vrfrrts.blr-
anHR a a i.te bv
aT BOLLKS 4 CO.
Improve your Opportiiinity
ItHR lNOKRIGKD A RR SBLUNO
I OFF AN INVoICB if
4 R F M A R K HI.' LOW PRIl'C.
1 1 raw arr 1st wwwl of SfBS) Arilfls aVI'BT
now. IT will mmy raw i. Bwr it, mm
brrs II WSalll fs WW Waal tl.
Wr or, Mftka fAi Matting at frrws IS 1? to
20 per cmt. . ff.uu (hf sums orfirir fcns been
Soli i rrtot'ttrr.
DILLINGHAM 4k Co.
THE FINE IRON BARQUE
CARN TXJAIm !
li-om Liverpool I
Landing her Cargo in Splendid Order,
-1 T t Ml OF
VERY FULL ASSORTMENT
A IV I)
FANCY GOODS t
Selected with Great Care for
this Market !
KINK PRINTS Off KAVORITK AND NKW
BROWN & Will i K COTTONS, DENIMS.
WOOLLENS, LINENS, VELVET RtOS.
SILKS, LACES, HABERDASHERY,
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S SCARVES.
MUSLINS, BATISTES, Ac., do , Ao.
Bagging, Saddles & Canvas !
LONDON TOYS. BOOKS. PIANO FORTES.
Buhs' Alo, Blood's Ale and Porter,
Tcnncnt's Alo, Ind Coope ft Co.'s Air,
jtiVhill . Hennessey's, nnd Robin' Brands
Wines nnd Spirits,
Englif-h Soap, Earthenware, (ilassware,
Pipes, r imut tin . Paints, Oil,
BraRS and Iron BedHtcads,
Portland Cement, Corrugated Iron, Hoop Iron,
Fencing Wire, Hollow ware,
BEST WELSH STEAM COAL,
FIRE BRICKS, CHALK.
ON 3D sPasWl it V
WEHTOVS I'lltVI lEUillFtUAlS
With improved Wrought Iron Monitor Cas
ings, Explosion prooL
NOW ON VIEW.
THEO. H. DAVIE8.
NUUANU ICE MANUFACTORY !
T.HK I KDEBS1G M l HICOB TO INFORM
thv public, that bavins camplato! tbe an BstaSllsk
inrnt, and (ot lolo wnrVing order,
HE IS PREPARED TO FURNISH ICE !
In Quantltl. to fait, Dellverrd In Tawa,
AT 2 1-2 CENTS PER POUND,
or to Contract for larr Quastitles for Shipping, ot for Ball
O-TkclCB CABT will deliver soppliv rvsrjr O) or bias.
h-twea One boars r S and S o'clock, and btws 3 aas 4
o'clock evrry afiernooo. Id ths evening a .upplv will k krst
at tbe ' FOCNT4IN " Bealaarant, for transatct rtussrs
wrders left al Thrum's Mews Depot and th FawaiaUi walnass
will be attended to.
a. n cBurr (
TO WOOL CaltOil UITm.
TIIK r.VUKKMICMUO t ,N I IM l
to boy Wool st good prisst. vtoaU coastar .
market this fcprir.g parUcats,- y 4wlrw u aiak.
. , U. BBBWBB s OO.
THK I V'.itKSKiMD CONTINCB
to Py Hr- hlshest ssarket price for Vrj
Hide, O- at gkln and Goat Tallow
3tD C. BBBWBB a CO.
Manila Cordage I
FROM THE BOSTOX FACTOB1, ILI.
For Balsay BOLL KB s CO.
CALIFORNIA LIME I
nEdCIVKD PER MCRRAV. IK PER.
For Sale at rrratly reduced prices, by
COTTON DUCK !
AWREXCE MANUFACTORY. AN AM.
xortmeat of nam her, for sale low by
BOLL as CO.
McEWAN S PORTER !
Jl8T 1RRIVED. IN STONE JCGB. fata.
and pints. (OTT) For Bat by CIIAB. LOtfO.
OREOON PILOT BREAD !
tdmim CASKS SMALL CAKES.
UV For Sale by B'JLLl
Chain Cables & Iron Stock Anchors.
SIZES FROM I AO LBS. TO 4.000 l.BB.
CABLKd from 3-8 loch to 1 b-9 roch.
For Bale by BOLLBS CO.
- ui oaii works
lit js WOOD! FIEEWOOD!!
-a.u&a k CO.
iROM EAST M ATI.
FOR SALE BY
BOLLBII B tV