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Mar cot lie trftowicg rriTi u,, Waortllth,
vllwu 8cboOTer le from Humboldt, lh lorn
bet to II Haekfcld Co ; America,, Miaioaary pukM Morn
ing Star, frora Butarilarf. Micronesia ; 16th. British .Up Dor
enby, from Liverpool, with merchanJixe fcr T II Davi - 17th
America whaling bark Northern Lift, I, from ten Franciaco,
(off a3j on). Th. departures har, bea-13ih. be,k. D C
Mart., and W H Almy, fr Sa FraocUco j ISA, C M TUlL
foriMBoUUnd., 19th Discovery, for Bao Fr.nei.ea, Cm
dew, l Port Gamble.
The schooner Bonanza is loading sugars tor San Francisco,
and will sail la all next week.
We ere indebted to Ilu Excellency the Minister of Finance
far the following uu, 0f Ixpon. for iLe U.t quarter of 1J78.
Th flgve show very encouraging incmM la ear principal
article, of product. "
8 S in
: 2.8. js.
, Tot J value of aa
. domestic Ex
Betel Leaves, bxej
8 :ti:il s - IS I
Calf ckius, pee.
PORT Or HONOLULU, II. I.
II Btror Ktlaaea. Marcbaot, f rom ITavall and Maul.
It 8chr Nettie Merrill. Crane, from Lahalna, Maul.
14 An echr Fannie Hare, G A II are, 14 daya and 10
hMiM (pflm flnfntkAldt-
14 Am Miae brie Uornlnc 8tr. Colcord. SS diMXtotoJ
IS Brit ah Uoeenby, Llatoa, Zi day from Liverpool.
17 An -wh bk Nortbera LlfM, Smith, 14 daye from
Uaa FrancUco. laTlnf off and on.
17 Sbr WeftaokawaL Kiaio, froca NawtHwilU Kaait , t
is Stair KUanea, aiarcnant, irotn Hawaii ana juaua,
19 chr Fairy Queen, Pen!, from Uaoalel, Kauai.
20 etmrSilauea, Marehanl, from NawilHrill, Kauai.
4 . i - f ' . ' i 2 1
Am bk D O Mufrar. Fuller, tor Ban Vranciaco.
13 Am bk U W AUny , reeoaan, air cao rraociaco.
iS'MScfcr K am aii. KibUnf , for Kotea and Waimes. '
14 Siau Kilaaea,Uatcbao. for Waul and Hawaii.
14chr Warwick, John Bull, for Kalanpapa, Motokai
1 H 14 4'e 8 Fanlome, Com Loaf, tor Kauai.
IT 8e.hr Ka Mot, fteyooide, tor Kataalai. Maul.
17 Sear Nettle Merrill, Crane, for Lahalns, Maui.
1 8chrMnirlKtino.fof NawMrwai. Kauai.
1& 8tmr Kllauea, Merchant, for ."fawlrtellL, Kauai.
la An aebr C M Ward. J itoei.-for Coan blande. '
19 Am bktna Diacorery, T J Conner, for fan Fran'eo. 4
19 Am bk Camden, tlobineoo, jor rpn uamme.
VESSELS 17 tOKT.
11 B M'a 8 Faatome, Commander Lour.
Am echr Boaanaa, i II Black, loading.
Brit ah Aajlo Bazoo, fJarrinyton.
Brit bk Krdar, P Johmon, diacharflnx.
Haw brif EUee. D W Permler.
Am Miae brig Morning Biar, Colcord.
Am edhr Fannie 11 are, O A Bare.
Brit eh DoTeaby, Linton, diacbarginf .
Baroaror Am ecae Fahxib HiiiO A Habb, Mabtbb.
Left II am bo kit Dee 30th; bad nne weawer ana ranauie
wlaao o to Ja OAt. the ace escoantered a 8W galeia lat
i o t kDg 152 Sej icet kovf-io'taf tol fo' a.ara)a
id hoe"wealhr-ro" porfmakloi ihe 'pkaaage in '14 daji and
18 hoar. "
StpesTor 8 bit eat Doviatr, las Libtok, Maitb.
Left Lirerpool Aug 28th, 1878; mad moderate weather from
thence to Cape Verde Ialanda, there had a beery thunder itorm
In company with the British bark True Briton, which reaaej
wae etrack by lightning, carrying away para anal doing ethe
damage. Experienced heary galea off the Bivtr Platej from
the nee to Capo flora itrocg aoulherly wlada bad moderate
veatbef C the Capo aod. 40 ordinary too from thence to the
EaaoU; erased I Joeg'.tJO t t M4.tkBS ra4ea' Ja.
go Si got the N E trades in 9 N.aod had freih trade uniil
la IS N, 160 W; made tooth point of the I aland of Hawaii
Jao llthaod had light variable winds to port, arrlTlcg off the
port Booday, Jaa 14th, at noon. "
- imports; -"
Fbov IHaaoLDr Per Fannie Bare, Jaa 15th 11,018 ft
toons and groove. 47.IS9 do surfaced. 10,018 do rustic. 4,000
doeidiog, 1,624 do dear, A4vSS sough, 4,700 posts, 20,000
Ibobi UvBarooL Per Dortaby, Jaa 1Mb 3 cs effects. 1
dopsaoo.lldo stoiioaery, T pkfs dry .goods, 460 do Beer, 8
coUe w4ro rope, S3 trasses sailcloth. 12i pkga wiae, 400 bra
snap. 10 balco bagging. 63 bxs tobacco pipee, T6 ee etarst. 66
do champagne, 26 pkge whisky. 1 ee maaliaa. S3 bales priaUoc
paper, aapkge cottoo, 60 cs .toot, 49 pkge paint, 308 do oiL 44
esVtheoerara. U do woolea, 7 ee saddlery. 14 do perfemery. 1
do waterproof eooto.1 do tooibatooes, 46 do oilmen's stores, 213
pkrs piUs, 3 rs cheese. 3 do mustard, 1 do show cards, 1 do
traits. 30 demijooat lealber beltirg,.l do pickles, 1
grindstone. 30 ions pig iron. 1 see eotlery, 16 bales dundees, 1
do nneo, 10 rolls lead, 1 pkgs Irons, b caka horse thoee, 2 bars
eteeL 3 mangers. 6 so famhs.ro, 197 Ions coaV 7638 tre bricks,
6000 building bricks. 100 barrels cemer.t. 20 ebaik, 10 do whit
too tat cml 86 desBUohns aleahoj, A es toys.
lbi trxmwZ 15 so taase. d feasts, 1 c.k glass. 10ftmpf-4
bbe, 1 truss flar. 1 do hseeoeke, 40 cs goods, 100 bags rice, u
pkrs drags. 4 esks and 4 chains. 40 anchors, 1 cse pictures, 7
parcels. 398 pkgs braady, So do gid, 18 do turn, 171 do hard
ware! "oShere trwo. eSS plates iron. 60 sheets Iron, 100 bdaj
wireVet do iroo, 20 bza tin plates, 2S6 bdls galr iron, U bags
nails. 4 bdls tabes.
Tmom MlcaoskslA Per .Moratng ' f tar, Jaa 13th 43 bdls
mate. 11 do twine, 2 empty csks. 92 pkgs oil, lil do curios 1
bVcopprr, IS do ehelle, 0 do books, 8M eoeoanuts, 19 csks
whale oU. 1 bdl stone axes. 2 do copper bolls, 2 small canoes. 1
bdl clubs, X csk rope, 1 bz mdse, 1 bag turtle sheila, 1 bdl goat
skiaa, 1 bag bngns If cords weodV i - : y. : 1 1 .
Fob Btdbbt Per City of New York, Jan 12th
Coffee, lbe Pu
2. Samples, trunks
wuis Domestic.. .tl.&37. 0; Foretgq $A30
Foa Baw Fbabcisco Per Heleo W Almy, Jan 13th
p,.r... bocks ... 200j8agU,lhr......-t-.02sl
Soger Cane. pes.. 510 .,.,
Value pomesUe tZQfii&.W .
FOB CAS run":"-"" -v -j
Bananas, bachs..... 20O Orfn
Coffee, lbs. .......... ai,?sfraia,
-nAnana Oil. Bails
2.667 'Rice, ibe.
Coeoanau lJJn8ogar, lbe.'.
TiSm:..4Ml.7Si Foreign... $2,837.10
Fob Sam FbawciscO Pef Diacorery. Jan 19th
, 200! Prirate effects, bxs..
Betel Leares, oz
1 Bice, lbs...
812 Suaar, lbs
P60 , ' ! V
Jaooary 8th to the wilb oi John C White of Lahilrta, a son.
Braacsa Ib Boooiala, Jaomary 17U. Uwawr Wll
I.IABS, intsAt son ol Cp Joseph Bpoacer, apd 4 monthi.
, U,,,aU.... g . g .
P"" unguis : : : :j ;sj :j
Whale Oa.galle :H : H S IS
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i Wool, lb......' S5 3 3S :3
L "8 :- II I 3
ipi- 1331:1311 331 :ls
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Bice, lbe ii jo j g' ;
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' Foe ? 11 Fimcisco Prr D C Morrt. Jan 13 F F Flet-
Cher. II J CortUre. 11 Krtner. W Cott
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,Mim Werren, r'rcl Barker, J DO E Green, UUl M
Feox KaCLLl-Per K Mol. Jo 13-W II BtiWj, fe
Ski 2 chi.dren. Muter U ie Bailer, !. Ttur.ton. M;ae
Clarke, Ml. W iiif Master Artn.troot. J W Girwin, F
Cooke, s t Aieiacier, j b liir.t, Uue tiU, R Permertoo, J
Uoogbioo, and IS deck.
FaoM Lann4 Per NetUe MerrtB, Jaa
T J Iiayeeldea, 3Uee Kino7f end s deck.
.oaa aed a jopuL
Feoa MiceoxeeiA Per eloraicc Etar. Jaa 14 Hi
foow and wife. Kct II J Taylor aoi rbikJ.Bev W I
sod 3 ebiidrea, Mre Mary K Loen, Mr S Kahrlemaosa
chM, KeT K liate.
Feoie Vudwhd Piri-PKiIa,t. Ju ll-LTlSiB'6 V"M " ""o
berkno. Mre A P Brick weed aed eon, C J Ljooe. te and B factDrea and eXDOrU 40.000 tOGl of BOgar an
ehiid. P N M.kee aod tfe, W H Core we II, Rctert B Parker. I 1 "
Biabop WUlla. Kia Mahaoteloa, Mre Weik aod eoo, Eer S E 1 Dually.
Foa WiiDwiit PoBTe Per Kilnuea. Jaa 1S-B BffSrr?
well, Ke B E Biabop, T W Everett, W K Cu'hbert, Mr Hard.
V U Baldwin, B J Taylor, E Taylor, W Weirht, J F Brown, U
8 Woolley, 8 Parker, wife, child and 3 eervann, Kia Nahao
lelua. J L Hicbardaoo, H T Alexander. W H Bailey, J B Hirat,
T J Uayeeidea. VV u Ccuweii. J W Gtraia, P H JoaJtee. J D
Spreckele, J iioofhtoa, and M deck.
FaoM Wodwaid PoeTe Per Kllauea. Jan 13 Rev J
Bridj-T, Vt Endera, Mre Obed, r Later Phoebe, Aiona aod wife,
aod 10 deck. .... .
Foa Nawiliwili Per KUaoea, Jao IS Ilia Kx Jno E
Ba.h, Dr Shipley, C Bertlewtaon and eon, J K Bmith, Mr M
8 Kice. W rmith, W t Seal, and 34 deck.
Fob Gciao IaLaane Per C M Ward, Jao IS E Wood,
D Tooiocy, G UoUnca aad Mr Bee Bright. . , , ,
Fob Bi Faattcieco Per DiacoTery. Jan 198 P Blcharda,
W U Branch, It Hurler, W Kaehn. ,
Fob Post Towmie- Per Camden, Jaa 19 Flay field.
Fbom NawiuwiLt Per KiUuea, Jaa 20th V Knudaen, 6
Gay, D McBrjde end 6 children. Master Paul laenberf, Mr
f)plno, Miae I'uniwai, Eaaelia Kauhane, Amona, A Dim and 37
deck. . ; - - -
Commercial Wx t ktx .
, SATDRDA Y. JANUARY 20. .
A MWSPAPE& in picking np the incidenta,
accidenta and items from day to day and week
tar' week to lay before its readers, aa" a eeneral
e finds more either to regret or perhaps to
condemn than to rejoice over and to praise ; and
therefore it is pleasant to meet at times with
something that deeerfea praise. It is especially
agreeable when in oar home political affairs we
find fiews advanced, and measures proposed that
our own judgment fully approves. i
Thus much by way of preface. . We learn that
it is the intention of government in all lenses of
public lands hereafter , to be made, to insert
specific clauses with reference to the preservation
of forests," and we hope, for the replanting' of
forests' at wcIL j That our inland, foreeta'have
been rapidly disappearing from year . to year, is
well known by this time to everybody. Perhaps
it is not so well understood that on the preserva
tion of the forests very much depends the future
life and prosperity of the country,"- On govern
ment leased lands, iTmusTtTackndwledged, the
work of destruction of forests has gone forward
more rapidly even than upon private property:
It is therefore a fact upon which we congratulate
the country that the present administration has
sound views upon this question, and discards' the
theories of "currents ol air,' and "jungle
sponges," and .the scientific (?) -principle of
leaving forests . to take care of themselves ;
whereas, in some old and wiser countries it is
thought that forests need much foBtering care.
This expression by the Ministry of a desire to
preserve the forests is a step towards conserving
the value -of the public lands, upon-which the
success of many a future enterpribe may depend
that will be of great benefit to the country. ,t
We have always on general principles been
ODDOsed to the vractice' of leasinl; eOTernment'
I. . . ... . . . i I
lands, ana especially aa it nas too irequentiy Dcen vJ
done in the past, to favored applicants for small
rents And no guarantees, ggainst waste 4. and our
opinion is that through these long leases of large
tracts the country has lost vastly more in -the
depreciated values of the lands than the treasury
has gained by the receipts for rent. But where
the preservation of existing forests is assured, or,
far better, the replanting of a certain number
of trees s made obligatory," much of the'objecv'
tion to long leases will have been remdved. (
And in this connectien wc are reminded of a
recent and very proper regulation of the Interior
Department, whereby applications; for lease or
sale of public lands are published in the news
papers, with the name of the applicant and the
price offered. By this plan the country is
assured - that hereafter there shall b 'no fiiTOr-
itisoTdr secret dealing In the disposition of'gov-
ernment property. . And by this act the Ministry
have set themselves squarely upon a foundation
of public confidence' thai will not easily be
moved...- (:,- -t ; c j , .j - .f t rt
A i. A. A . f. j.r - A a
In a recent issue we referred to the fact that
the business of sugar growing in the .French
"West Indies was in an extremely prosperous con
dition, as distinguished from almost all other
t sugar-producing countries; .and we stated that
the secret -cf this extraordinary prosperity was
found in the happy combination which there
existed between labor and capital. From time
to time we have sought to improve every oppor
tunity that has offered to urge upon our people
and government the manifold advantages which
must 'accrue to tbofcouBtry at large by adopting
a system of small farming and co-operation in
the manufacture of -sugar. The- published his
tory of tha experience, of, the French ja.tbe is
land of Mar tinique affords a remarkable and highly
instructive illustration of the correctness of thia
theory, and is well worthy of careful study by
our statesmen and oar landowner. iThe island
has been visited during the past year by Mr.
Angus Mackay, a special agent from the govern
ment of the Colony of Queensland, Australia, to
the Centennial Exposition, who examined the
West Indies with a view to collecting information, j
regarding the culture of sugar, a business lor
which large portion of Queensland are admir
ably suited, and in which its people have ex
tensive interests. His report on this subject is
published' in 'the' Australian' papers, and the
portion which most interests us is that relating
.to the remarkable progress in production of the
island of Martinique A few years ago, the
Jbusiness of sugar growing .there was at a very
low ebb. There were a few large plantations,
bat they vreTe etrugsjIIng with difSculties, mainly
from the lack of labor. The inhabitants free
blacks would not work for the wages that
could be offered, and found an easy living in the
luxuriance of a tropical clime. Things were
going to the bad very fast, when the late
Emperor Napoleon, in conjunction with a firm of
French machinists, took '.the subject in hand and l
started out wun a piau tutu woo uutu buu uuyci.
They proceeded at government expense to erect
mills and machinery for the manufacture of
sugar in various localities on the island where
there was as yet no cane planted, but with the
expectation that the crops would come by and
bye. Of course there were a plenty of people
to pooh pooh the experiment as entirely Utopian,
and to predict certain failure and loss. How
ever, it turned out that wherever the gov
ernment had erected a mill, and the advan
tageous terms on which crops would be manu
factured' were made known, the people came
forward and planted the" cane. The success of
the scheme was marked from the start. Where
sloth, apathy and poverty formerly prevailed,
everything was now industry and activity. A
general prosperity flowed in upon the island, and
in course of time the planters became themselves
the owners of the mills; by investing their spare
capital in the stock, in accordance with the pUri
I originallj propowJ by the government. So
' - I It at. et-clAm Mtrtivl lk 1 1 ft
. tnorougiiij is liie cj-ujiii.."'- rjct - - -
I . . . ... . .., .-t . r i - . ; I
! , I . T.r,..i.-.iA llvir I lA I , r' f 1.1. IT ETJ1I
the borers arc not infrequently the owners
l St'CK in U-C mill l(;ai griuua w.cit v..
-ov-rnnjent fr,.. back it3 original inTCStnJCnt, and
S0"81-11 K"1" lk3 ur'o"
i g bandcinely rerkiiJ for its time ana labor by
U RXUhmaXihe nhancel Tmlue which haa reeultcd to all
rrrrkinda of taxable f rorcrty in the iruma. aim-
bd ielacd of about tie elze of Oana, baa
latioa of about three times aa many aa
und in t!e Hawaiian Kingdom, and manu-
i m u w euv a-ew w a eaww - - q
and do likewise"? Or rather, let us eay, that
wilb an enlightened and energetic Jlinistry to
direct our affairs, we hope soon to see our gov
ernment taking the lead in prompting agricul
tural enterprises, by providing mills for the
matuiiactuxe of sugar, after the wise example of
the French government at Martinique.
Correapondenco ol the P. C. Adrer.Uer.
Monthly Letter from Europe.
Loxdox, Dee. 1st, 1876.
' .Vara ' A'tw$ H. BL S. Ttntdos reached
Plymouth last month after a four years commiasion
in the Pacific; ber voyage home has been a very
rough and protracted one. A few weeks after her
arrival. Captain Edwin Joba Pollard was tried by
court martial for having placed the ship in danger
of being stranded on a rock cU the coast of Chili,
Ja!y 20i b, as already reported in a former letter,
and 'alio with having committed an act against
naval discipline by suppressing the fact in his
report that the Ttntdoi passed between rock and
shore. Daring a three days trial evidence was
given by Lieuts. Deane, Xeedharo, Graham, ;and
several of the erew, whereupon the court acquitted
Capt. Pollard on the charge of making a wilful
miatatement, his log and chart proving the contrary,
bat finding him guilty of having negligently
hazarded ( tht Ttnedot, adjudged him to be dis
missed from his ship. The Myrmidon which was
relieved by the Fantome at Ilonolula, has been
ordered home to Spit head. The German corvette
Augutta tailed last month via Sydney for Apia,
from where she may possibly pay Honolulu, a visit.
H. M. S. Alacrity is at present making a complete
survey of the Fiji group. Some quick trips out
have just been made. S. S. St. Osytk from London
reached Melbourne in 45$ days, while the Dun t din
from "Glasgow for Otago, N. Z., made the trip in
only 80 days. The Australian mail per Ztalandia,
was delivered' here two days in advance of contract
time. After, endless trials, breakdowns and delays
II. M. S. Shah. Captain Bedford, is at last ready to
coal up and sail for the Pacific, at once, as Admiral
De Horeey's , flagship on that station. Hawaiian
bark Ka Moi left Bremen, Nov. 4tb, for Honolulu.
How very little is still known of Hawaii over here
is proved by the following item in the usually well
informed French journal Lt Siecle, of Nov. 15tb.
"News has jait been received, that an Oriental
sovereign intends to visit Paris daring the Exhi
bition of 1878, ' namely ITamehameha, King of
Honolulu ','' It is therefore. doably gratifying to find
in the October number of "Petermann's Geographical
Commun!catioTis,M a well executed and very complete
map of the island of Hawaii with all the harbors,
villages, roads, mountains and lavaflows, the Utter
in red. also separate plans of the craters of Moku
aweolrH and Kilaaea, a profile view of Mauna Loa
and other sketches. LaHt week, Graphic also con
tains two views of Ktlauea after photographs taken
last year by members 01 the Challenger Expedition
. . . F. B.
$5.00 HEW AED.
V'T OST ON THE NCOANU OR PAUOA
n J ROAD, an OVA I. BREAST PIN, 8 tone Cameo set in
Pearls. The above reward will be paid to finder br
Ja20 lm J. MOTT 8 MIT II.
KAPIOLANI PABK ASSOCIATION.
ATOTlCB IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
V a meeting of the Board of Trustees held the 17th dsy
of January, 1877, an assessment of (t25) Twenty-five dollars
per share was levied upon the capital stock of the corporation,
payaDie immeaiaieiy to tne Treasurer at omce or Bishop ec Co.
By order of the Board of Traitrees. ' -
ja20 8t - II. MACFARLANE, Secretary.
TUIE SUBSCRIBERS TO THE BONDS
known as the "HAWAIIAN HOTEL BONDS" are
informed that a dividend of siz per cent, will be paid on de-
ma na on sna alter tms date at tne omce or
Ilonolula 17th Jan'y, 1877. (Ju20 2t BISHOP & CO.
A CARD !
rBIHE UNDERSIGNED. WOULD CRATE
JL FULLY acknowledge Ihe receipt of subscriptions to the
American ueuer sand, from genUemcn residing In the Island
N. P. SATRE, Esq., Life Membership Makawao.
H. CORN WELL, Esq., Life do Wailuku.
A. H. SPENCER, Esq.. Annual do Makawao.
W. II. CORN WELL, Esq., do do Wal'uku.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
noaolttlo, Jan. 15th, 1877. ja20 It Prcs't. A. R. F,
ISSU ED TO-DAY !
Hawaiian Almanac ahd 'Annual
Tv. HE MOST COMPLETE NUMBER YET
. published, and the best pamphlet to answer foreign en
quiries that has been Issued, as well as the fullest in informa
tion for local requirements.
Price. fiOcta each, r COcia for for el a mall
. B7 Orders from abroad can be remitted in stamps.
... , . . Til RUM & OAT. Publishers.
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Ex s iXoiringr Star !"
For Sale by
j2 . , , e! HOFFSCHIAGER & Co.
Fraser River Salmon!
IX GOOD ORDER,
PER BARREL, TO CLOSE SHIPMENT.
Ja20tf TIIEO. H. DAVIES.
THE C-aSLlS.Sa'O !
OF TUE FlXKllRIXISa IRON SHIP
NOW BEING LANDED
AND FOR SALE BT
VOTICE IS IIKREBV GIVEN TO ALL
i. Penocis. that, at a meetisc on the 17th day January,
IS", of Subscribers to the stotk of the HAWAIIAN AQiU
CULTt'RAL COMPANY, it was roted to accept a Chart-r of
: nc rpo ration crabtrd u tbem arl their Assoctes and 8 jc
ef!ors, and-r the corporate care and style of the UtWtU
IAN AGRICULTURAL COMPANY, on tbe 2ii dsy of
Ixxrmber, A. 1. liTi, and that 'he eorpfTation nnder said
Charter thereupon or ranged itself and elected the to.towir.g
named Officers of the Company, ris
Cbms R Bmor President
HAP Cabtbb Tlce-Pres.deot
P C Josbs, Ja.. Treaaorer
J D Btnru. ............Secretary
J O Doauvis ............Aadilor
Notice is farther r'ven that porsuant to tbe terms ef said.
Charter no Stockholder shaU individaaliy be liable forth
debts of the corporation beyond the amount which shall ba
doe epos the share or shares held or owned by hlssee!!"
Ja20 4t J. P. BREWaR, Becretary.
THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS WERE
elected for the eosainf year at the anaaal ssectinf of the
Haiku Eorar Company, held January 13th, 18T7 t
3 MOTT SMITH
- 8 T ALEXANDEa
i P COOKE
8 N CASTLK.....
C M COOKK
.SECRBTARV, . ,
J P COOKK.
Becretary Haika hugar Co.
List of Advertised Letters
KM A INI NG IV THE GENERAL POST
OFFICE, Honolulu, January, 1ST". .
A bring, T R 3
Bryan, A J i
Billings. Horace H
Brifr, Mrs H
Brown, John Y
Bohanraham, E X
Clark, C W
Cum sun fc Lop, Jno Sir
Crook, J as
Costa. Emilia D
Chapman, W a
Duduit, C V
Dickson. J 8
Fish A Son,
Fuller, B 3
Flynn, C L
Oas Light Company,
Grey, Mr 2
Hatfield, Capt '
Ilartwell, L 3
-Vnlintnn Mrs R M
Lyons, Daniel ,
Lockhoa, Henry ;
McGuire, J W
McFarlane. Peter 2
Marr, J M B , . .
Martin, Ceo 2
Morris, Miss Minnie
McOowan, Wm 2
Oberg, Alex , i
Pa (ton, Lindly -Porter,
Phems, 3 U
R elder. JW ' '
By croft, R
RaymoDd, WD ' f
Shepherd, B 9
tandford. U SI
Sandwich Manufacturing Co
Tester, V 3 '
Twlble, W H " " '
Woolley, Hyram S
Wills, Rev Ahxsedo : . .
Wright, H T
Walsh, Miss Cathrlne
Joardan, F A , Towel, W L ,
Persons Inquiring for Letters in this list, are particularly re
quested to pr ASK FOR ADVERTISED LETTERS.
ja20 8t ' AP. 'BRiCKWOO, P. M. G.'
FRESH- ' ?
Received ex Dovenby.
Consisting in part of :
NE-IIALF&. ONE-Q.UARTER SARDINES'
Pates de Foies Gras, ic i and I tint;
Prunes, (in glass) 1 lb, 2 lb, and 8 lb;
Eleme Figs, In e'sss; Celery Seed,
.- Celery Salt, Cocoa and Milk, y
Cream and Chocolate,
' Crystallized Fruits : "
Truffles, in glass;
EAST IADIAN JAMS AND JELLIES!
Assorted Chutney s, in i pint, pint and qaarts;
Sliced Mango Chutney, Madras Sauces Extra Kice, Hot!
CAPT. WHITE'S PICKLES, '
COPELAND'S PIE FRUITS,
Crosse & Blackwell's Sauces !
Lime J ulce and Lime Juice Cordial, '
Edam Cheese, Durham Mustard,
BEST TABLE RAISINS !
in one-half and one-quarter boxes;
Canary, Rape, Millet and Caraway Seeds,
ALSO, A FINE ASSORTMENT , OF, .
ITIents, Tongues, &ci V
AS WELL AS CALIFORNIA GOODS I
Satin Gloss Starch, Fresh Garden Seeds, Etc.
ALL O O X S !
Sold on Reasonable Terms
SUGAR MACHINERY, &c.
: ; ,' . , ' ' v . I i i , ( . ' j . 7 J j j
rMIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
M. to famish estimates for Sogar Machinery, Ac, either to
be made at the HONOLULU IRON WORKS, or to be Import
ed from GLASGOW by a vessel to leave that port about July
or August next, or by another vessel to leave in February, 1878.
THEY HAVE ON HAND !
Aad For Sale,
ONE SUGAR MILLi& GEAR,
Trreiify by Tblrly-alx,
' ALSO, ONE OR TWO SIZES OF
Second Hand Sugar Mills,
QearMd Power, which may b delivered la a few Diootbfl. -
.' v '
aiho, for sale to akiuve
y1 per- ' - . ' :
FROM GLASGOW, DUE IN JUNE NEXT,
6 500 Gskllost Clariflrrs.
Four Paira Western's Cealriracal Marhiaeo.
ALSO, ON H AND AND FOR SALE
A, ' -. -
China Building Bricks, Portland Cement, Fencing Wire,
Hoop Iron, Best Assorted Bar Iroo, East India Rice,
China Matting, 4C,
in.i'cA will be sold in quantities t6 silr at the
Lowest Market Rates.
"S. B. Those planters who are contemplating increasing the '
capacity of tbeir mills may hear ef a purchaser for their old 1
mm, rear and power, by an early application to the asdetx
jszotr F. T. LENKIIAN, Ac CO.
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I WILL
pay no debts contracted in my name without my written
Honolulu, Jan. 6, 1377. (jaS 31) JOHN KCHIAU.
rH E UNDERSIGNED II A VING TH IS DAY
M. been appointed administrator (pro tern) of the estate of
the late Frederick Welch, of Wailuko, Maui, deceased, by the
Hon. A Fornander, Circuit Judge, Maui, hereby gives notice
that all persons taring claims against said estate are request
ed to present tho same to the undersigned within six aiacths cf
the date of the first publication of this notice or tbey will be
forever barred; aod all persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to pay the amounts owing, without delay, to . , ,
HENRY W. DANIELS,
Administrator, (pro tern) of the estate of F. .Welch, decemted.
, Wailuku, Maui, Dec. 27th, 1870. jiO 3t
A. W.TEIECE & CO.,
(Successors to C. L. Richards Co.)
HIP CHANDLERS AND GENERAL COM
MISSION MERCUAN ti. Uocoiuia, Uaea.iaa Islands.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN CLOTH
ING, Boots, chocs. Hats. Caps. Jewelry. Perfussery,
'Pocket Cutlery, and every description cf oeat's Soprttor
Faraithiag Goods. U Beaken's Fine Calf Dresa Basts,
Always on hand.
if. E. Cobxsb or Fot aso MiacBAST frassT. jalS ly '
E. P. ADAMS, . :
AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MER
CHANT. Qoeea Street, Qaeolalo, H. I.
CHAS. S. KITTREDQE, M. D.
BECS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HE II AS
returned from California, and Intends to seule in Hoor
lola for tbe practice of h.i pro(esoo. Alt U. airing his semcee
will find him at his residence cn Nuaaca A venae, nest door
above the tower bridge. Jala lj
BRICK LATE R AND PLASTERER.
Plantation work promptly attended to. Residence, So.
28 Naoana btreet. jalS em
LEASE FOR SALE.
MTHE PREMISES SITUATED ON FORT
C'trect, orposi'.e Kukoi. f here are two god dwelling
houses on the lot, aod a grass plot in the rear. The
lease his six years to run, at a low rvot. Posseaeioa can be.
had 00 the la of February, lsT7. For further particulars,
ja!3 2t GEO. McDOUQ ALL, on the premiees.
IRON WATER WHEEL FOR SALE.
71 ANUFACTURED BT THE MtOMEl,
-'A io Glasgow. Tbe wheel is in perfect order, and almost
new; is 2i feet In diameter by 3 feet 00 the face. There are
two spare sections of side ptates ot backets beloting to It.
For further particuUrs, terms, 4c, apply to
lr. J. W IGUT. Kohala, Hawaii,
js!3 or to J. T. WATKKHOUSE, Honolulu.
TWO l OUNG GUINEA PIGS WEES
stolen from the premises of the andsratgaed
week, and are supposed to hare been sotd. W
ever may have bought said anlmala, are hereby notified that
they have been stolen from the undersigned, who will repay
tbe purchase money if the animals are returned to htm at Uaf-.
fum s Hall. All persons are warned against purchasing Gaia
ea Pigs from any one offering them for sale, aa the aodctslgaed
is the only one owning such in the country. 7
Jal3 2t APAL
IS HEREBY GIVEN. THAT HIS EX. XV..
L. Moahonua has been appointed agent for the manage,
ment of the lands of Her Highness R. Keebkoiani 00 Ihe isl
and of Maui, except such lands for which agents have already
been appointed. A 11 persons are required to respect his said
W. P. LELEIOHOKU,
Honolulu, Jan. 8, 1877. (Jafl St) Agent of R. KeeiikotanL
SEWING MACHINES !
Received per ss. City of New York
INVOICE FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES,
of the Best Quality, which will be '
Sold at a Reduced Price !
Florence Needles, Hemmers, Tuckers,
Sewing Macnine Oil, Thread,
GKOVEB X BAKER'S, and WIIKELLB a,riLS0.v'8
Setting Machine Needles, etc., etc.
FOR SALE AT '
- ' ' A. L. SMITH'S
73 Fort Street.
' 1 ' .1 . : . ; :
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
FfMlE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO.
M FORE existing between K. B. FRIkiL it R. W. LA1NE.
known as the firm of FRIEL St. LAINE, Grocers, Is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. All outstanding accounts will
be collected and all liabilities assumed by E. B. Friel, who
continues the business at the old stand. Nov i 62. Fort Btreet.
Odd Fellows Building, where he will be happy to serve cus
tomers wua im usual assortment or tnu:s uttuuKKlES,
E. B. FKIKL.
Dec. 30, 1870. (lm) . R W. LAIN K,
Ex R. C, Wylie and Bonanza-
fjpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED
!lN"ew Lenses I
AND OTHER m
Photographic Improvements !
: . Is ootr prepared to do : ' i i.
JP i t' O 1 a s ' "W o f lc
. in either
Portraits or Views !
On the most Reasonable Terms 1
And hopes, by attention to basiuess and Dains-takior. to de
serve the patronage of the public, and be able to please the
ALSOy FOn.SALE JBW FRAMES
In great variety, aril at the lowest possible prices, at the
, : . 64 and C6 Fort Street Honolulu.
jaSom " " H.L.'CHaSE.
T aiies of IS
DISTRICT. OF HONOLULU, 0AHU
.ISaTOTICE is herebit GIVEN THATTIIE
1W Books and Office of the undersigned wUl be POBITiVK
LY CLOSED, for payment of above Taxes, on Salarelay.
January 20th, IS.!. A nil all parties who hare not paid at
that date will be proceeded against according to law.
UEO. II. LUCK, Tax Collector.
Tax Office, Jan. 4th, 187. Ja8 3t
E HAVE JUST RECEIVED DIRECT
from tbe Manufactory at Boston, Mass, several styles
of the celebrated
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS
From their long experienee'and extensive facilities this Com
pany are able to manufacture the very bestf instruments.
Every part being separately made from the best of material
most carerully prepared, insures these instruments against
damage from changes of climate and other influences which
injure a piano. - They do not get out of tune, but last for years
as good as new. Tbe Company has just been awarded the
bigbest honors above all other makers, at
THE CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION
i H nflcATHabELPUIA;;:i j :; '1
By Special Arrangement we are able to offer these
Thus saving tbe Purchaser alt the trouble and expense of
CALL AND EXAMINE AT
E. O. HALL Av SON'S,
1 -' - Cor. Fort and Kinu ffts.1
M THAT WELL FITTED AND SUITA
pfft BLK STORE fur a Retail or WholesAle.Ilusioess In Odd
. r sil Fellows Hall. Apply to
W. C. PARKK,
J. O. CARTER,
A. 8. CLLGUORN.
o28 tf Trustees.
THE HOUSE LATELY OCCUPIED
by Mr. S. M. Carter, situated at the corner of Palace
Walk ami Punchbowl Sts. Possession given Immedl
Apply at the . -
? j : : : MARSHAL S OFFICE.
1 .'"' - -
A CONVENIENT COTTAGE. Na. 107
Sanson Avenue, at present occupied by T Q THRUM,
Enquire of J. S. LEMON.
" LAND IN PALAMA I
CAN BE LEASED FOR A TERM OF FIVE
YEARS.. .'This land eeotains ahoat Three Arras, aad is
situated near the road, King Street, opposite the Reformatory
Bchool premise, with a Larre House, which wilt be leased
in connection with tbe land. There is a Carriage Road leading
from King Street to. the bouse. This land la well adapted for
Rice Culture, and has a good supply of water. For further
particulars, enquire ot G.W. MACY,
o23 Guardian for 0. W. Macy, Jr.
AV1NG MADE RECENT EXTENSIVE
rSRFECTKD ASRAXatMEM'S fOR TBI 81TPLT OF
ALL NEW X0YELT1ES L THEIR UM
As they appear, beg to assure the public thai as pAdoe wta be spared to ma Inula the ervdlt the ssaaae
has eaoyed of rarrytaf
First Class Quality of Goods, tasty and novel in stylos,
with prices asederate, aad proespt sad oeartr-eos atteoUoa le Ihe regain sa sots ef their peireos.
Tlie TO CKWhAND
IN DirrCRENT 8IZU
Bills rsystfs and Receivable Bo4n, ThM Bsuks, Log
Mesxrsraada Tablets, assorted sisrs; Chloeso Pvaeil Soaks, Car,
Aocoont Current Paper, Trial Balance Paper, Drssy JeoNrOl
Deads, Pirie's Floe Note Papers and Envelopes, Bepp Fsprrs
FI N EST ASS ORTM ENT OF LATEST STYLES PAPETERIES,
1st VstBleir e
I3STEZS, A Large Assortmont,
' 1 - 1 I . t ' - rt I I
Embracing Arnold's, Carter's, Davids', Thomas', DevelPs, Allsarta, Japanese, fMJ'i A UaderweedV
Maciiage, la quarts, plots and cooes; and alM a variety la new striae.
f t 1
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF INK STANDS I
Including a Choice Selection of fir onse ware from Mullet's Hons, New Yuk Calendars, assarted saws, lis ease sad las.
Bronsci Mano's Parchment, French. Pena and Shlpmao's Duplicating Letter Copying Books, Msaa's Copy lag Paper, Csfyif
Brashes sad Dampealag Bowls, Harp Files, aew styles BtaadFlles, Check Files, Letter sad Cap Board Clips, aew Wylesi Bb
psnslve Bill Files, 8 sixes, jast the thing for Collectors; Blank Forma U Mortgage, Lease, Power of Attorney, Charter Party,
Contracts', Lead Pencils, various grades and kinds; Point Protectors, Pen boljrrs, lurludlng the newest styles vt self-dlaeharg.
tng; Oold, Btrel and Qalll Pens, New Style Ruling Pens, Fhipplug Tags, Merchant)! Tags, Jeweler's Card and Parchsasai
Tsgt, Address Labels, flam Labels, Legal and Notarial Peate; Ifnry, Quill and Wood Tooth Picks. N eels Paprr Boaes, Flas
Pocket Cutlery, Pocket had Stop Compasses, Finest English shd Amencaa Playing Cards, CribLags Boards and Basse, Cms
ters, Chess-men, Checker Boards, New and Novel Slylcs of Chrosno Cards, Latest ?lyWs Visiting Cards, Moaralng Cards,
Paper and ICoVtl.pes,
' if : .';!. 1 , '
A iiakii I r rf r AnriA s- -w-v 't- r PrtHAmAn O 1 ! nil TamIam
Including Scrap and Screen Pictures, Psnet Pic tares and Buoday School Cards, Fiotare Frames, and Moaatoi fur Special
Sises, Csp and Quarto Office and Pocket Diaries lor 187, Scrap, Stamp, Autograph aad Photograph Albesas, Flos Pfsssatatlsa,
Miscellaneous and Standard Works, bhett Music, Masio Bofcs, RUbardson's New Method, aad Uaatea's lastroottoa Beaks.
SPECIAL ORDERS FOR MUSIC, BOOKS, A. FORWARDED EACH STEAMER .
FLAT PAPERS, assorted s.as FOR SPECIAL BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURE,
ORDERS FOR PRINTING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ,
T EE ES IB O OE 33 I IKS IB ES S3. TT
hs.41 lfi further Mptk4 wiih UaVcLioer to mH tk rtqolitMivti of tko CU, 4bv1 will iMMlUf
PAGE ALL BLANK WORK, PERFORATE AND NUMBER CHECKS
AND CERTIFICATES OF STOCK WHEN DESIRED!
Always aiming lor improvement and expedition in ail aepanmenu of our posinesa, we respectfully sullolt public palroaag s,
and can assure parties that all order will have prompt et teat lea.
- - - ' k
WOULD CALL ATTENTION TO THEIR
lU&Vil UUUUU BU MIBMftlUCa, ITIa.Ml ULavUtLUU
CONSISTING OF i . 1
AMOSKEAO DENIMSf A C A H Ac V TICKING". A M Off K EAG BLUE DRILLS.
Amoskeag Blue Bleached Cotton, Hickory Stripe, Langdoo Bleaehad Cotloa,
Ctica Mills, 4-4 Bleached Cottoi, a very superior article. Perkla'a MlUa A-4 Bleaohed Outtaa. the sbasnist eeMoa la tewa
Extra Fine, Fine and Medium 4-4 and 7-8 White all Wool Flannels, .
.JLFew Pieces Fancy Flannels for Children's Wear !
8-Card Blatches, Devoo's and Oil !
Shield Iron, Hunt's, Ohio, and Boy's Handled Axes,
Axe Pattern Shingling aod Bench Hatchets, Pick Mattocks.
Crow Bare, One's Wrenches, . ".:-,...-: i
UUl sUt UUU A1VI aU A iU W Ot
X0Xt Bteel Plows, Wheelbarrows, Ox Tokes.
A Superior Assortment
Now much used la place
Axe. Pick, Matlock, Sledge and Hammer HandU s, Scythes and Hoatths, Wood Ktlrms, lrap B'ack. Cat Nails. Is Sod.
Cut Spikss and Wroaght Nails, AMERICAN .ZINC and LEAD PAINT", COPAL, DAMAR a CARR1A0B VABMISllBa'
"' ' ' A' CAREFULtr SELECTED INVOICE OF ' ' ' ,.
KEROSENE CHANDELIERS AND LAMPS ( ! -
Chimneys of all styles aad sixes. Lamp and Flower Pots, Ilronaed Bracket Stand.
JUST MCElVI.Ulfl .OVJOIU0J1 Mlilll kmMm
, A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF . .
S 131 .ES JCh E .: '.i.EC JSL
Tis: Door Locks, Butts, cast and brass, asstd. sises; Psdlorks. aew atyW; Hat and Coat Hoots, ftawimer. Hairnets,'
Adsea, both ship and carpenters; Rules, Levels, Planes, nee; style aad gaeges; UimMet Bits, Jeoa lag's Bits, 4VM to IS IS,
Hollow Augers, Patent Augers, Extension Bits, Batcher Knives. Screw Drivers. Rivets and Bars, Chisels, Awls, llese Bikws,
I. R. Hose, 3-4, 1 I S and S Inch; Soperinr American Table Cutlery, worth examining Axle Clips, Horse Nails, Baboet Metal,
Box Cises, Cooper's Anvfls, II ammers, T Crotse At Levellers. .
A fine sssortmeot of W W, Paint, Varnfeh and CentrKngal Brashes, Feather Heaters, Shoe, Shavkng, aod Metallie Mair
Brushss. A small but fine assortment of TKIPLK PLATKD FLOVVKR TASES, CaU Bells aod Individual Has) BnUlso, a asw
design. A few Infant Baskets, Moss and Toy Baskets for Christmss.
Ths NEW SUMMER GUKKN OIL COOK MOVE with OVEN and BROILER. The greatest
Stove out and sales mads ahead of production. ,
A Saaail Asssrimeat ef sADDLERT, with sample ordering cards. Adjustable Teblea, Joel the thlog lur t4lea
Hurricane, Globe and Signal Lanterns. Carriage Bolts, Eagle Brand, all sixes Mltrs ftotes with Disaura's Saw.
' ' ' '
Superior and.fine asst. of House Paper & Bordering
' 1 'Which can he seen aland for sale by ALLEN A- ROB1N80X. f
The New Charter Oak Lawn Mower, Set Floral Tools for Ladles' ase.
T OA RRIVE B Y STEAMER ,
A FEW OFTJItSTON'S FISiEST BAWB AND FILE. ,
TJTTbe absvs OssJt were I'arrksstd far Cash at Batfasm Prleeaaasl w wilt aa-ar
ta Sell at aatisfaclary rlcre for Caea ar Approves Crcsllt. 4 Sss
MILLINER'S NOTICE. -
nilS II. E.GORMAN, LATE OF CII1CA-
i'A GO. bees to Jaform tbe . Ladies , of Uoootula aad the
pobue generally, that
SHE HAS OPENED A MILLINERY SHOP
in Mrs Foster's Dry Goods Store, Fort Street, Above
Dr Strebs's. having selected ...
a ciioice'stoVf OF Goom !
Latest American & French Stylos
which are offered at Reasonable Rates.
DRESS MAKING OF THE LATEST STYLE,
br Mrs, M. L. Faster.
Orders from tbe other Island promptly attended to. (J23 lm
pERSONS WISHING TO ENGAGE INTflE
Cultivation of ColTee.
Can obtain Infocmatioa by application to . , .
H. It. GREEN WELL. SI
de9 3m Messrs. II. Hactfeld A Ce.'s, Honolulu.
SPERM OIL ! SPERM OIL I
In CatantiticH to Huit I
a!8 3m' BT A. W. FEIRCC k CO.
ALTERATIONS I.N THEIR PRKMttEJL AND
AMD BTTLES OF BIKplNa.
Hooks. Recent and Mule Bouks, Mesaoraadam aad Pass
Letter, aad Note Papers, Lrgal Cap, Bit Cap, Latter
Baled Paper, Letter Heads, Mere Ureds, BIB Beads,
KUde, Tlsila mm Sla.
THRUM .V OAT, Merchsal Btreet, Donelakt.
Horse and Male Collars,
Ame's f hovels snd fpsdes. round oelntsdt
Hall's, Reed's and Door's Shovels aod Sped, reaad poiots4
8, 4, and 6 la. Setting, Masoa's large tMacklng,
J inon jaa, e to w os uiue.
Os Bows. A A and t lack,
llin.n.. k. mi mw.A ww.m .. V --i . , .
Bopertor Uardea Hoes, No. 3, 18, and 10-18 ftorksi.
Kitchen Marble. Ware I
of I'orodaln Lined Ware,
EL IS TUT jBl 3E1IS3 !
SEVERAL 1 VERV DE1IRABLB AMD
BUILDING LOTS, ;
Suitable for Family Resldetors.
r Ato, a ! 1
Convenient COTTAGE in Good Repair, tie.
TO LET Oil LEASE!
The Large Premises No, 22 AUlei 8t.,
For a number of year oa reasonable terms to a goad teosas.
Fer farther farticolars eoquire of ,
no28 JAMES B. 1EM0W.
HONOLULU STEAM BAKERY!
R. LOVE & BROTHERS, Proprietor!,
. nrVAVU 8TB I XT.
1)1 LOT, MEDIUM AND NAVT BREAD.,
always oa band aad made to order.
Also, Water, Soda and Butter OacJrora,
' JEM BY LIMD CAKES. A.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED oa Us shorat aottoe.
FAMILY BBBAD, mad of tb Beat Fhar. Vaksd dally aoB
always oa hand.
t. B.-BR0Wn TBI BKMT QOdLITW