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CONTINUATION OF SALE !
ol th Administrator cf the
state c-f II is late
The Sale will be Continued on Monday,
May 7th, at 10 o'clock, A. SI., at Halmoetpo,
when will be Hid
Crockery, Glassware, Wats, &c.
C. 8. BABTOW, Anct'r.
OH SATURDAY, MAY
At 12 o'clock, noon, at Batesroom. I will sell at public
LOT AND 2 COTTAGES,
Situated on Hurra Street, rear of Oorernmett Building, and at
present occupied by 31 r. Barnard. Each cottage ootini four
rooms. Oa tbe premises are a Kitchen. Bath Ko-m, Ac. Be
loof log to the premise, and fronting on tbe street, U a
from which la derived a rental of $34 a year, and continually
rented, can be leased fur a term of yean to a good tenant- Be
inogiot; to the More ii a steeples; room and alu'jen attached.
all of which i separated from the cottage by a fence. Tbe
location ia Dleaaant. aarroanded by a fine nrden, which is
planted with choree roses and other plants lately Imported.
Title, fee simple, beeds at the expense of purchaser.
C. 8. BARTOW, Anct'r.
On THURSDAY, MAY 17th I
At 10 o'clock, A. M.
At the Residence of Mrs. C H. LEWERS,
Will be Sold, all tbe j
Furniture of said private residence:
Hair Cloth Rota. Easy and Parlor Chairs,
Eoa Centre Tsble. Walnut Whatnot, China Card Table,
flower Vases, Parlor Bogs,
SPLENDID GUT FRAME MIRROR !
7 feet ty 6, with Marble Gilt Bland,
Lounges, Chandeliers, Dining Chairs,
Extension Dining Table, Koa Sideboard.
ONE GRAND PIANO,
CwaS 700 Dollars !
Piano 8 tool. Hat Stand. Elegant Engravings,
Oil Cloth Carpet, Chatxieliers,
Mahogany Wardrobe with Large Mirror Doors,
Koa and iron bedsteads, mattrasaes, wardrobes.
Chest of drawers, crib.
CROCKERY. GLASSWARE, &c.
Large f t -e. Urfrierrator. Meat Safe,
Kitchen Ware, Garden Hose and Tools,
And a Variety of Other Useful Articles.
CARRIAGE, SINGLE or DOUBLE SEAT;
Saddles, Carriage Horse, Harness.
AND AT 12 EL, ON THURSDAY,
May l.tb, wiil be sold.
The Valuable Real Estate,
On the corner of Beretani and Alakea Street,
tbe Residence of Mrs. Lewers,
WITH ILL THE BtlLDIXGS A YD IMPROVEMENTS
The premises have a frontage ol about 105 feet on Bere
Saoia street, and a depth of 175 feet on Alakea street, the
Dwelling House Is well and substantially built, is two and
half stories high, with veranda in front and rear. On tha
first floor is a large and handsome parlor, spacious hall, sitting
room, dialog room, pantry and store room, four large bed
rooms, with closets and bath room on second floor, and two
sleeping rooms upper floor, government water is laid on first
and aecood floors. In the rear is a large and complete
kitchen, two carriage nooses, stable, wash house. Ac. The
grounds are covered with many imported trees, and plants.
The sate of this valuable property, will afford a rare chance
for any one desiring to purchase a pleasant and healihy
For further particulars enquire of
C. R. BIdHOP, Esq., W. C. PARKE, Esq., or of
u. r. SAKiun, auci r.
m i j? o o t
From the Manufacturers !(
a-lSTD FOR SALE,
IT ST. ST
A First Class Assortment of
BUCK CROS GRAIN SltK,
A Large Variety of
S. GRANT, Manager. A
GREEN, MACFARLANE & CO.,
Have- ata II a ad sand fwr Sale.
Tlie Folloiviiigr Articles:
to which t!ey would call attention.
ment of the
A full assort-
In Lots to Suit Purchasers.
EXCELLENT COAL FOR STOVES. BIT
the bag, already put ap, sares 75 per cent, in expense of
Cooking Stores, to burn eoal. at low rates.
Barrels White's Portland Cement, will be sold low to close
consignments. Also, a few thousand Fire Bricks, arched and
"BoOed Unseed Oil, Black Paint, Bed Lead, Galvanized
'eFw Burning Coal, of good quality, for plantation use, at a
low figure, by tbe quantity.
East India Rice, in 80 lb. mats, equal to any for table use or
rfbr Chinese. will be sold at old rates. The quality warranted.
China Matting, No. 1 and No. 2 quality.
China Mat Bags.
Sugar Mill, Rollers 20x36 Inches,
with gear complete, made by Messrs. Mirless, Tait Ac
y Watson, Glasgow. A full assortment of
BRANDIES, in WOOD & BOTTLE,
American. Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
WINES AND CHAMPAGNES !
Of different brands, including the Celebrated Fisse Thoriou It
Co., English Bottled Ale and Porter, McEwan'a, Bass' and
200 M Good China Bricks.
Bandies Hoop Iron, i and i inches;
Horse Shoes, assorted sizes, 4tc, fcc, 4c
GREEN. MACFARLANE fc CO.
BY E. P. ADAMS.
THIS 13 AY,
SATURDAY, MAY 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. ,
IT THE LATE RESIDENCE OF DR. 0. S. CUWMINGGS
1 Elegant Centre Table, Inlaid with Island Woods,
1 Small Japanese Table,
1 Mahogany Card Table,
2 Small White Stands,
I . Hair Cloth Sofa.
1 Hair Cloth Rocker,
12 Hair Cloth Chairs,
5 China Chairs,
2 Fading Chairs,
2 Folding Stools,
I Japanese Whatnot,
1 Large Mahogany Bedstead,
I STEM WINDING WATCH, IN GOOD ORDER.
1 Baby Carriage,
1 Vienna Settee,
1 Extension Chair,
II. C. Chairs,
A VARIETY OF CANE SEAT CHAWS,
Rocking Chairs, Cane and Wood Seat,
1 Pine Wasbstaud,
1 Walnut Crib,
I SQUARE GRAND PIANO!
Ae and In IerfK- Unifr.
Sewing Machine. 1 Book Case.
Table, 1 Koa Table. 1 Piano .Stool. 1 Ladies
Work Table, 1 Mahogany Book Case. A
Lot of Books, Hanging Lamp, Sida
Lamps. I Baby Wagon. 1 Otto
man, 1 Umbrella Stand, 1 Hat
Rack, Clothes Hooks,
A Large Lot of Packing Cases.
A VARIETY OF USEFUL AND ORNA
A Ialr or Handsome Flower PoIh.
E- P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 9lh,
At half-past 9 A. M., at Salesroom, an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints, Muslins. Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottons, Merino,
Victoria Lawns, Silk Handkerchiefs, ,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
Fancy Flannel Overshirts,
Harvard Shirts, Wool Shawls,
Turkish Towels for Bathing.
Blankets, White 8hirts, Amoskeag Denims,
Cotton Drill, Brilliants,
Fine Tweed Suits,
Bed Quilts, Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
PELT AND STRAW HATS!
Ladies' Hose, Men's Socks,
Bridles and Bits, Travelling Bags, Etc.,
Best Brands Kerosene. Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines, Soda Crackers,
Clothes Pins, Hams, Bacon, Candles,
Pickles, Tobacco, Cigars, Fine Tea, Oysters,
Axe Handles, Salt, Wash Blae, Pain Killer,
rA Fine Selection of Colonial Made
LADIES' BOOTS & SHOES,
MISSES' BOOTS & SHOES,
FOR tbe TRADEUPPERS, ELA9. SIDES.
K. P. ADAM'S, Auctioneer.
la Kama Hawaii.
ON THURSDAY, : : : : :
At 12 O'clock, Xoos,
The undersicneJ will sell at public auction, at his salesroom,
E in Honolulu, by order of W. L. Green, administrator of the
k estate or Daniel Montgomery, iai or tvatma. &ona, nawan,
and attorney for Jane Jones, me neir to the property, ine
right, title and interest of tbe said Daniel Montgomery, and
the said heir, to
ft All that Piece or Parcel of Land,
Situated in the Tillage of Kailua, Kona, Hawaii, -KNOWN
AS THE ANDREWS' PREMISES.
Containing 1 43-100 Acres,
With ill the Buildings and Improvements Thereon,
And which comprises a Qood Dwelling House and Store,
which were recently leased to and occupied by H. X. Green
well, Esq., at the rent of $240 per annum.
I; All that Piece or Parcel of Land
V CALLED IIIEN1LOLI3,
At Kona. Hawaii, situated about 2 miles from Kailua, just
abore the gorernment road, and containing 68 acres, more or
less, and more particularly described to Boyal Patent 680
with tbe Dwelling House and all Improvements thereon. For
further particulars apply to Mr. W. L. Green, or to
E. P. ADAMS. Asict'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On King Street.
By order of M. Pico, Esq., executor of the estate
of Antone Manuel, deceased,
ON SATURDAY, : : : : MAY 26th,
At 12 o'clock, M., on the premises. King Street,
win be sold at public auction, all that
Certain Piece or Parcel of Land I
on King Street, near Maunakea, and recently occupied
by Antone Manuel, deceased, with a
Good Store and Two Story Dwelling House,
both upon the premises.
The title to the property is perfect, and the stand is an unu
sually good one for the setail trade. Plan of the property can
be seen by application to M. Pico, Esq., or A. J. Cartwright,
Esq. A portion of the purchase money can remain on mort
gage. E. P. ADAM3, Aucfr.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Maui.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CATTLE.
HORSES, Ac, grasing on the Wailuka er Waikapu
Common, are requested to remoTe the same, if not commuted
for on or before the 1st day of June, 130. After said date all
Cattle, Ac, found tresspassing will be impounded according to
law. All persons wishing to run cattle, Sc., on said commons,
can do so by applying to
HENRY CORNWELL & CO..
N. B. No dririog Horses, Cattle. Ac, or branding allowed
on said commons withoot the permission of the said Cornwel)
k Co., or their authorized agent.
Wailuku. May 23, 1876. mySStf
FOR SAX FllAXCISCO.
THE A 1 AUKKICAN BARKENTINE
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
For Freight ai riiiai. n!y t;
ap21 11. ii ACKFKLD A CO., Agent-.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MARCH A NT, :
May T Monday, Spm Hilo
14 Monday, i p m Kona
21 Monday, 5 pm ...Hilo
June 1 Friday, 6pm Jfawiliwili
Returnirg Sunday a m.
4 Monday, 6 p m Circuit of Hawaii
11 Monday, a p m Hilo
1 Monday. 5 p m Kona
2d Monday, 6 p m Hilo
On Kona trips the Steamer wlil go as far as Hoopuloa.
On down trips the Eimr will not Uare Kawaihae before 10 am
Makeoa as per notice on up trip, Maalaea Bay not before 7 a.
m. Any change from Ui- above will be advertised.
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakat, Molckai ,
" Lahalna, Maui
' Maalaea, Maui
' " Mskena, Maui ,
" Mahukona, Hawaii
" " Kawaihae, "
" Kaawaloa, "
" ' Hilo, "
" Kau Coast " ...... ....... .......
Circuit of Hawaii, Kound Trip. .................. .
To or from any Pert on Kauai. ....... ............
Circuit of Kauai, Kound Trip............
, e oo
Deck Passage for oatires only...
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
No berth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
nnless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONEV DUE ON DEMAND J
XT An effort will be made to hare the Steamer reach Ilono
lulu on the erening of the same dsy she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
SCHOONER FOR SALE !
. av TfJE
mE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOR SALE
FINE SCHR. JOHN YOUNG !
As she now lies, with all her Sails, Rigging and Stores, ready
for sea. For further particulars apply to
fe24 3m CIIA8. LONG.
FOR K0L0A & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
3l!bt THE SCHR. KAMAILE 1
I aii Vf CLCNEY, Master,
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, as above, until farther
notice, tt Freiaht and Passengers taken at me lAJntJi
jHJJLl.r.9 s iU., agents.
P. 8. This vessel has just been thoroughly repaired, newly
coppered, and put in perfect order. aPta
REGULAR PACKET FOR LADAINA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
B. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Kan BegaUrly between This Port and Lahalna,
Ilonolnlo Satardays and Lahalna etery Wednesday.
058 3m H. HACKFELD & .Co., Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER & CO., AGENTS
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storage and Shipment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New Bedford, Boston, ew xork ana
other Eastern Ports. O" Cash Advances made.
o2 ly C. BREWER & CO.
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. RREWER 4i CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE TRBB and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. o2 ly) C. BREW vv.
Moet and Chandon, qts. and pts.
Due de MontebellO) qts. and pts.
OF TIIK II IZ W T t U A Ii I T Y !
FOR SALE BY
F. A SCHAEFER & Co.
Regular Line of Packets from
- - Glasgow.
PIIE FINE NEW A I CLIPPER SHIP
G30 Tons Re-gietrr, was to leave Glasgow on the 10th
ultimo for Honolulu, with the usual supplies of
LIQUORS, COAL, IRON,
MACIIINERIT, ETC., ETC.,
Particulars of which will be given in a future advertisement.
She will be due in June nest. Another fine ship will be
placed on the berth about July or August next, and the
Eskbank" is expected to leave Glasgow again in January,
1878. Freight taken at the usual rates.
For further particulars apply to
GREEN, MACFARLANE & Co., Agents.
' N. B. The Agents of the line in Glasgow are Messrs. Geo.
Gray Macfaclane tt Co., Victoria Buildings, 4 West Regent St.
SUGAR MACHINERY ! !
fill IF. UNDERSIGNED
HAS JUST RE
CEIVED per Mail from the celebrated
GLASGOW IRON WORKS OF
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
Exact particulars of tbe cost of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of seventeen different capacities ranging .
1680 Lbs. Sagar in lO Hears at a Cost sf
270, lo a First-class Vacnan Past
Plant ta snake 12 Tana af Sa
ga r in lO Hears at n coat
af 4,470. delivered
- The undersigned are prepared to receive orders lor such
machinery, and to arrange for freight on same to be shipped
by a NEW IRON CLIPPER SHIP now building in the
Clyde of 1000 tons burden, to leave GLASGOW on or about
the 15th Cf February next.
N. B. Orders for all kinds of Machinery and other Euro
pean Merchandize to be shipped by the above vessel, should
be sent to the undersigned during the month of September or
not later than Oztober 10th. Rate of freight arranged for.
GREEN, MACFARLANE & CO.
rilHB UNDERSIGNED. FORMERLY WITH
a. Mr. Eckart, begs to inform citizens of Honolulu and the
public generally, that be has taken the store on Fort Street,
opposite Odd Fellows Hall, (formerly occupied by Thos. Tan
natt,) where he will give special attention to the manufacturing
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention given to Shell and Kukui Work.
IX Will guarantee satisfaction in all his work. J
Honolulu, Nov. 27, 1876. (no25 6m) WM. M. WENNER.
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
ONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
TOE BJLK OF C1LIF0CM1, SAX FK1.CISC0,
ASD THRIB AGISTS 19
THE ORIENTAL B1K (0RP0U1TI0V, LOXDO.Y,
ASD THKia BBASCBBS 19
And Transact a General Banking Basinets. tp21 lj
'HIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BKKV
II appointed Agrnts fcr tbe iiawaiiaa Lsiaotlifor Aj plrttvo'.
Takes pleasure In calinz the attention ol the pub.ic l :t.i
great enterprise, wr.ich briars a Horary into every man's j
household. The Americas Cycioiafjia i tbe srmirt work '
ever poouanm ta Amrnra; n :s :n anowirdjre of thr en:ur:r
boiled down, the nc of a. I b mkt cry.t.H xrd It stand
oo yoor shelves rradv to answrr evrrv cooceivable queatwo.
and gives in brief paxagrapbt the rnalts ol otttrr mtn't years
of toilsome investtgaticn
In thi are d one hat time lo tn. among the th ond
and one different work, for trtry (act required, even if the
olames stand on his rhelves; whiVe with a Cyclof std a, the
matter in question is louod at t.ct, d grate, condense,
stripped of all that is irrelevant, arid veriSrd by a comparison
of the beat authorities. Moreover, this comciiatioa has tveen
performed by special writers, a ho are the highest authorities
upon toe surjects na voica iny aesi; so mat iota wore ta
the epitome and ultimatum of all knowledge, and precludes
tbe necessity of havicg other books. Too are probably spend
ing dollar after dol ar Ur books which are only of limited
scope, whereas the same mney expended in the same small
amounts for the American Cyclopaedia, will purchase a Ubnary
It ia not obligatory ta take all the volumes now puMUbed
upon the first delivery; a volume may be delivered ones, a
month, or once in two months, at the option of the subscriber,
and can be had in Library I eather, half Morocco or Kosjia
bindings, ranging in price from $9 50 to $11.00 per volume.
We would also call attention to Bancroft's
Native Races of the Pacific States,
Acknowledged to be the grandest work of research America
has ever produced, complete in five volumes, and will be served
to subscribers at $5.00 per volume in sheep.
Library is complete without the above standard
THRUM & OAT,
FRESH LOT PER MURRAY. FOR
2 lL Sale at Low Prices by d23) B0LLK3 s CO.
MORE RUBBER PAINT.
AN ASSORTMENT OF COLORS AND
Shades, received per Murray, and (or sale by
d23 B0LLES tr CO.
BARRELS AND CASKS.
For sale by (se30)
SMALL CHAINS !
CJIZES FROM 1-6 la 1.2 INCH. In QUAN-
TIIIKS to suit. Received per " Cleta.
for sale bv
BOLLE3 & CO.
JQIRECT FROM HONGKONG.
40,000 Extra large size, and 60 to 100,000
2d SUe, all of the Best quality HARD BRICKS.
will be Sold Law, by
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
A SUPERIOR Q.UALIT V.
For sale by BOLLES & CO.
November 24, 1876.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN !
122 DATS FROM BOSTON,
IflflOILSNEW BEDFORD CORDAGE,
J 25 coils New Bedford Whale Line, Cutting Falls,
100 bolts Lawrence Mill Cotton Duck, assorted nos. fm 1 to 10,
Cotton, Ravens, Duck; Amoskeag Drilling for boat sails; ISO
Ash Oars, assorted sites from 10 to 22 feet lengths.
For sale at reduced prices by
se30 BOLLES k CO.
Per bark R. C. Wylie fm. Bremen
25 IRON STOCK ANCHORS, sizes from 80 up to 2.300 lbs
SMALL CHAIN, In quantities to suit, sizes J Inch to'
9-16 of an inch,
CHAIN CABLES, 5 8, 3-4. 7-8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, and 1 5-8
inch. For sale low by v ,'
BOLLES tc C. j
RECEIVED PER KA MOl,
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche;
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
For tale at Agents' rales, by
II. HACKFELD A Co.,
01 . i .. . U ..:- I)... A, Vila
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEVERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant St
Nor' West 1 inch Boards, Nor' West 1 Plank,'
Nor' West 1J in. Plank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank,
Nor' West Tongued &, Grooved Boards, 1 1$
Nor' West Surfaeed, 1 in. 1 and 1J.
Nor' West Scantling, all sizes;
Nor' West Timber, all sizes;
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES
Per EC. W. Almy,
a choice; cargo
RED WOOD I1IDEU !
1 inch Boards 1J, 14 and 2 inch,
Rough Surfaced, 1 in. 1, 1$. 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x4 Tosta. Red Wood; 4x4 Posts. Red Wood
4x6 Posts. Red Wood all 7 feet long
Also, Red Wood Split Posts.
AIL SIZES OF RED WOODSCAXTLIXG
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood, I1;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
ALL SIZES ;
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Chromo Green. Paris Green. Chromo Yellow,
Red Lead. Black Paint, Varniphes,
Raw and Burnt Umber, in oil;
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine, j
WALL PAPER AND BORDER!
the other Islands filled with'
care and dispatch.
Commercial Slbbf discr.
SATI RPA V. MA V 5.
Aa ASbtut.tTt Laving been made, ty ills Maeslj'a Cotsu
Geser.l in London, ( t the ref-'tratkQ of UawaUaa Vessels,
under the International digest Code System-, a3 owners of
Hasauan VraKls detiricx to avail themselves of this advan
tage, are requested to communicate with tbe anderKgoed.
w. r. allix,
Uy 1st. 1177. Collector General of Customs.
Notice is hereby given thai from and after May lst.lSTT,
the entire management and Cutitrul if tht llaieakala Boys'
Bjrd.i.g School at Makawao. oa the Island cf Maui, will bo
assumed by Mr. F. L. Clarke, the p resect principal, who will
continue it as a ptiva.e enterprise, and the Board of Edaeatioa
will not be rcpoci.ble for any debts or charges agaicst tbe
school, incurred after the date above named.
By order of the Board of J scat loo,
W. Jas. EaiTH, fec'y.
Aliiolani Hale, May 1, 1ST. m; St
Eleventh or Jcxc. See notice of meeting to
day of tbe Shareholders of KapiolaDt Park, and all
others interested ia having a day's enjoyment oo
the coming holiday.
Now is your time at the Great Eastern Auction
House. Whoever leaves tbe eatablL-h ment with
out baring their anticipations more than realized,
must indeed be hard to please.
Circuit Coirt, Hilo. His Honor Mr. Jaatioe
McCully of tbe Supreme Court and tbe Attorney
General sailed for Hilo on tbe steamer on Monday
last, to bold tbe May term of the Circuit Court for
Ocr New Steamer. Late accounts from San
Francisco report tbe new steamer building for tbe
Hawaiian gorernment as progressing rapidly. She
will be as strong as tbe LTilauca in ber best days.
will be ready for sea on time the 1st of July.
IaWAIIAN' l'OKTUAITd AND VlEWsl. At Nolte's
"Old Corner " and at tbe Fort street branch, may
found o sale some very pretty photographic
albums of, Hawaiian kings, queens and chiefs, and
Views of Hawaiian scenery. Tbe views in and
about Honolulu arc particularly, fine.
he May number of our Island Monthly. 77e
Friend, appeared duly on May Day, like a May
flower. Tbe Rambles in the Old World, of
of Frank W. Damon, are becoming more and
more interesting, as bis old world experience
increases, and make TJie friend ery attract-
Mcsic mis Afternoon. Tbe Government Band
will play at Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4 o'clock. The following is tbe
March Reese Koch
Overture Tancredi Rossini
Waltzes Navellen Gung'l
Selection La r ille de Madame Argot Lecocq
March The Sea King..
Tuaxks. Ours are due to our nM fcieoa Capt.
James (formerly a r;jeni here, but now a
resident of Oakland, Cal, atpresent on bis way
tn tie Arctic) for files of late papers ; also to
3 Capt. Grey, of tbe M. B. Roberts ; to Capt
isptaasse, iaie or me kj. . iraiuiujj buijj turaa
town ; to tbe San Francisco Merchants Exchange ;
and to Purser Beardsly of the Vity of San Dran.
iiot fM ctmil'ifls fii wr - ro
Auction in Palace Walk. Lost Monday nd J
Tuesday, Mr. Bartow bad large audiences at ia
sale of household effects of tbe late High Cbkf
Kanaina. Pretty steep prices were realized fr
some articles, owing to the competition,, though
number of excellent bargains were obtained.
We are glad to learn that a number of articles of
historic interest connected with tbe times and
men of the Hawaii of the past, were secured fq'r
tbe public museum Tbe blooded stallion brought
$725, understood to hare been purchased for the
King. Tbe goods were by no means all so(d
during the two days. although some $8000 ws
realized and the sale will be continued at the
same place 'on Monday forenoon, wben will te
offered silver and crockery ware, cut-glass, fine
Shall we Remain Nkitral. During the last
Avar between Russia and Turkey, in 1654, tbe
then Hawaiian Minister for Foreign Affairs the
late Mr. Wyllie issued a proclamation informing
the world that Hawaii would observe a strict
neutrality. That action on the part of our gov
ernment was made tbe occasion for some merri
ment at tbe time, but we are inclined to think
tbat . the measure was a sound one. We Are
reminded of the circumstances by the appearance
of a remarkable story in the S. V. Clironicle
of the 25th ult. to tbe effect that the Russian
Minister at Washington was intriguing through
Mr. WmPfluger, Russian Vice Consul at Honolulu,
to make this a depot for privateers of that nation in
tbe event of England taking sides with the Turks
in the present European war !
Disixfectixc: Fliid. Dr. Hoffmann has sub
mitted to us for trial a bottle of fluid compounded
by bim after a formula recently received from
London, intended for use as a disinfectant in
every instance where foul and fetid air may exist,
such as sick rooms, cesspools, drains, etc., etc.
It was highly recommended in a standard medical
work, and we therefore felt that It could not be a
humbug, but we were not prepared to find it so
almost instantaneous as it proved to be in remov
ing the most offensive smells. And an important
recommendation is its cheapness. In the peculiar
conditions of our city during bot weather to
which we bare frequently alluded of late this
disinfecting fluid will be invaluable, and we hope
to see it brought into general use.
Magic Ckkam." To take away the stains from
fur clothes, or our conscience, is a very needful
peration often times. The latter we leave to
our readers' own devices ; but lor the former we
can recommend the
"Magic Cream'' of J. N.
Ingram, whose effects
have been tried by people
so successfully tbat our praise is superfluous, j
inventor of the M Magic Cream" proposes to;
1 be inventor of tne M ilagic Cream 7 proposes
leave this city for Labaina, Maui, on Monday next,
by tbe steamer Kilauea, and from thence to go on
to Hilo and tbe Volcano, taking with bim a supply
of bis Magic Cream" for the benefit of windward
customers. During bis absence bis Magic Cream"
lTMbe found at A. McWayne's, the druggist'sL
corner of tort and .Merchant streets, ue tried a
few drops of the " Magic Cream" for a stain in
our old coat, and it looked so new at tbe spot
wasted tbat we think if washing it altogether
with the Cream," in tbe full expectation of its
being made a new coat entirely !
A Beautikil Testimonial. By tbe mail steamer
which arrived on the 3d. inst. there was received
from the manufacturer in New York, (Tiffany) a
magnificent piece of silver, which may be either a
fruit container or a punch-bowl, as one is inclined,
valued at $1000, and ordered from this city as a
testimonial to be presented to His Excellency tbe
Minister of Foreign Affairs. The bowl 14 inches
across by 7 inches deep, ornamented on either side
with a winged representation of victory holding
Jbe wreath, the American and Hawaiian flags, and
the Hawaiian Arms. From the pedestal to tbe
top of the bowl is 20 inches, and the whole forms
a magnificent table ornament. The following is tbe
inscription: ' Presented to the Honorable II. A
P. Carter, late His Hawaiian Majesty's Special
Commissioner at Washington. By the merchantsf
planters and others residents in tbe Hawaiian
Islands, in toekn of tbeir appreciation of his
services in securing the Treaty of Reciprocity be-
l tween the United States of America and the Ha
waiian Kingdom. Honolulu, Not 30, 1877." .
Theatric T-miut A I rfurmancp by tie
amateurs of H. p. M. . fittome is airrtid
Jjr to night at lie Royal Hawaiian Theater.
Wit A&a indebted W tbe courtesy cf tbe French
Diplomatic CoamUsioner and Cwnsul General at
Honolulu, Monsieur r.alliey. f.r Clea of lie Paris
f.-vrnaf Jtt 7Vli.'. ta recent dates. From their
Columns we translate some Urros ol KurcyeatJ and
general t -.
Orjirw.!.l Thursday AcUew, m Chines waiter,
gave $100 bail to appear and explain bow a lot of
opium came into the shape of BoUgna aaaamg-r
from on board tbe mail ateamer, and bow tbe said
antages came to be coiled about bis person. He
failed to appear at tbe Police Court, and ao for
feited tbe bail and tbe opium. Capt Grey of tbe
.V. B. Roberta was arrested and tbe vessel libelled
on a charge of smuggling opium, but the case is
postponed on account of the captain's illness.
Moke Eatekprisk. We learn that our enter
prUing townsman, Capt. T. II. Hobron. owner
of tbe fat-orite East Maui packet Katnoi, barirg
obtained tbe desired concessions from torero-
ment. proposes to builJ a propeller to make
weekly trips between Honolulu and Kahulul.
Alternating with tbe government steamer. Ibis
will gire regular semi-weekly communication
between tbe capital and tbe important Island
of Maui. We bail with pleasure ibis sign ot ma
Dramatic By recent steamer arrived Mia
Rena and Mr. Fred. G. Maeder, Dramatic Artistes,
who bare arranged with Mr. Charles Derby for
a short series ol I'ramatic I'eriormancea. as seen
by advertisement in this issue. It ia their puipose
to present all that Is best in tbe way of F.oter
tainment, aiming at tbe chaste and legitimate,
and tbe endorsements they bare received In
America and Australia are sufficient guarantee
of their ability to please tbe better class of play
goers and. provide fun and enjoyment free from
vulgarity. If tbey are fortunate enough to make a
favorable impression in our midst, there is every
reason to expect a season of great attractiveness
and our citizens will be afforded tbe opportunity
of bestowing that encouragement never denied
by them to meritorious performances. Tbe opening
night is set for Thursday next, when two plays
will be given one known as SweetbearU,"
and said to be one of the most beautiful things
of the kind ever written ; and Charles Mathews'
laughable Comedietta ot " Little Toddle kins."
Seats may now be reserved at McWayne's.
Wi takk pleasure ia giving trace for the fol
lowing copy of a graceful letter of acknowledg
ment on tbe part of II. M.'a Government to
Major Wodehouse, Captains Long and Macquay
and the officers of II. I). M.'a Ship Fantotn :
Drpabtmkkt ok Fokkion Affair, I
Honolulu, April 9th, 1B77.
Major James II. Wopkhoi sk, II. B. M.'a Commis
sioner and Congul General, Sir: I am commanded
by His Majesty tbe King to express to you tbe
thanks of His Majesty' Government for your
courtesy in conveying the Commissioners, ap
pointed by His Majesty to report npon means to
develop tbe resources of the Kingdom, in II. B.
M.'s Ship tantome, to tbe Islands of Hawaii and
Maui, and returning them again to this island.
I beg you will convey to Captains Long and
Macquay and tbe officers of the thntotne, the
thanks ot tbe Government for their kind atten
tions to tbe members of tbe Commission while on
board tbat vessel.
Your goodness in personally accompanying tbe
Commission on those occasions, is fully "
elated by His Majesty.
Having, as a member of ! commission, en
joyed your couru"r u(1 the attentions of Iter
Jlajev-W wince i, I is wuu extreme Maiittiacu"
oat I make mis communication, and svnrure you
Sir, of tbe high respect and consideration with
which I have the honor to be, your most obedient
(Signed) IlEMtr A. P. Carter.
Kauai. We receMTyaOi
New Plantation- on
nounced tbe sale of the Kealia estate on Kauai,
belmging to Mr. Krull, for $58,000, and It nowi
transpires that the purchasers, who are His Maj
esty tbe King, Capt. James Makee and Mr. George
W. Macfarlane, have become an Incorporated
ompany for tbe purpose of carrying on the busi
es! of planting and manufacturing sugar, under
the title of tbe Makeo Surar Company, with a
apitai oi itu,uuu, wnicn may do increased to
$500,000. The land of Kealia is one of the most
dvantageously situated on the fine island of
Ivaual, comprising not far from 30,000 acres of
trable and pasture lauds, well wooded and abun
lantly supplied with running water. On Monday
ast tbe company organized by the choice of
ifficers as follows : James Makee, President ; G.
V Mar-fnrlano Vir Proaldonl V fj Irwin
I -i ' - J ' ........
Treasurer ; J. S. Walker, Secretary ; Jno. O.
rDominis, Auditor. To-day Capt. Makee and Mr.
Macfarlane will sail for Kauai, and we learn
tbat tbe operation of cane planting and tbe
erection of buildings will commence without
delay. Tbe central factory system will bt adopted,
tbe company offering lands rent free to small
farmers. We have been permitted to examine the
company's terms to planters with capital and
without capital, wbicb present unusual advan
tages. Any competent person, without capital,
will be assisted by the company from tbe begin
ning with tbe requisite funds to plant all the cane
be can cultivate, and money advanced until It ia
brought to maturity. The quantity of land Is
large, and it can be plowed and planted Imme
diately, being all clear, rich land, without stones,
while the never-failing supply of water for irri
gation makes a crop a sure thing eTcry year.
Enough applications have alreadv been received
to plant from 400 to 500 acres the present year,
and tbe company expect to have tbe latter quantity
as their first crop. Mill works are to be put up of
sufficient capacity to manufacture from 10 to 12
tons of sugar per day.
Letter from tbe Ber. Mr. Kuaea.
Mk. II. L. Suki.dox,
Editor and Publisher of Hit P. C. Advertiser:
Sik In your paper of tbe 28th ultimo, in tbe
editorial columns, is an attack upon tbe address
of tbe pastor of Kauinakapili Cbureh delivered on
the 15th April, treating of tbe position of the late
Prince, and tbe prospects of tbe Hawaiian Throne
for the future. Tbe address is declared to have
beew of a treasonable nature against the Royal
Family, and constituting a sufficient reason tor
deposing all Hawaiian pastors and returning the
management of Hawaiian churches to America for
50 years more, in order that Hawaiian pastors may
obtain a little more sense.
I hereby inform you tbat those words are not
true, which you have received from some biased
person, who is opposed to Hawaiian pastors.
f ask you to take those false statements out of
your paper, otherwise we shall believe tbat it is
yourseu woo is aousing Hawaiian pastors. Be
cause the intfnt of tbe address from the pulpit of
Kaumakapili church was not against tbe Royal
Family, nor against foreigners, but it was in favor
of the Royal Family and foreigners, in view of
Ktbe national sorrow at tbe recent loss.
Pastor Kaumakapili Vfoirch.
Hoxoixlc May. 3d. 1877.
Editor. In your criticism on the " politi.
cal sermon," said to have been preached in Kau
makapili church, on the 15th. Inst, yon make a
triumphant point of the fact, that - Queen Vic
toria married a German Prioce a good many veara
ago. and, so far, there is no appearance of the
British nation becoming " Germanized " In conse
quence!" But you failed to add, tbat, although
the Prince Consort was a foreigner. Her Majesty
was assisted in tbe government of ber realm, and
in tbe preservation of ber Royal Estate, and pow
er, by tbe most eminent statesmen among ber own
native born subjects ! Now just Imagine tbat Her
Majesty's government instead of being so jealous
ly guarded by tbe "British Lion," bad admitted a
large fartljn element Into her highest councils of
State ! Would not tbe world then have witnessed
a brilliant contest. a clash of minds to ray tbe
very least! This might have resulted in the "sur
vival of tbe fittest." but it might also have dam
aged the strong point of your argument
The Rev. Mr. Kuaea bas been interviewed in re
gard to bis offensive remarks; be says tbat in
referring to tbe present decay of tbe native power
of this nation, in connection with tbe recent death
of our lamented Prince, be stated a few plain
fads; wbicb were never intended to stir up ill
feelings, towards any individuals, or nation?
Let us accept bis assurance; and console our
selves with the cheering hope, tbat tbe time has
not arrived, when this government should attempt
to control tbe pnlpit, o.r to enact laws, wbicb
shall bear exclusively on the preaching of tbe
native pastors ot these Hawaiian churches.
m mm m trnrn mm
Per "City cf New York," Kij 3.
Patis, April The Cabinet la council bas,
rslfd tbat Miaiater Wart oil, shall adJreee an,
cOcisl letter to all the liisbr-pe, pointing out thi '
danger aoJ complications which might arise fr.1
pol.ttoal maoifftaions oa tbe part cf the clergy. j
Viessa. Aprd S3. Tbe ., Prt$n I
wbicb bas hitherto eppcavj lb oecuratioa cf aay '
part cf Turkish territory ty Aasirla. bow dtlarj
it to te BoavoiJabls,, aaJ says tb sostiaat i vry
otar fcr och a counter taovemeat j
Kicantrr, April 23 Tb Emperor cf Raaalsj
yssterdsy rvvirved tb Noth Anry Corp
t'mberiaka and Birsnks. AJJreasicg tb (!icn,
and tb latter flac tb Ecrpvrcr iJ t "If jvo
sboall eeooaatar UBsr show jcamlf br vi
and nrboli tb ancient glory cf onr reglnveat j
I bop tb yoaog men among you who bar not;
been mndar fir will aot show tbemsslvM iafcrtoi
to tbtif veteran comrade. I trust you saay ooti
return covered with glory " Tb Emperor uj
adJreaord tb cftVwr of tb Eleventh Cv!r
ditiaicn. II saii b boped their regiment woul lj
display tb asm brilliant et'trsgt vr. Tbt;
grsatcat enthusiasm frtvalla everywhere ami at1
tbe t roc ps and people. Tb Emperor sleep to-j
bight at Tiretpot, where tb grand review will tx
belJ on Tuesday. Ilia May afterwards goe
to Uceliai for another review tb asm day, sal
will return te KUbectff about n.Unlgbt.
Loxuoh. Anril Si. A Patis eorrrspondrnl Bat
he bas trustworthy Information that tb Hutlarf
out u the Kbedire a requisition for a body r
troop for active service. Kusaia baa declare.'
that she will consider herself entitled lo mak
reprisals If Egypt compile.
Washinotox. Anril S3. President Hayes baH
received many personal call of congratulation
on tbe surceaa of bla peace policy thus far. ami
numerous letters and teles-rams to tb aanie effeel
from both Republicans and iVmocraU ta all parU
or the eonntry.
CossTArrmoriK, April 23. It U not coital Jere-C
probabl tbat tb Power will offer mediation bj
tween Russia and Turkey, as, provided la tb
ighth article of tb Treaty of Pari. Il Is state!
that tb Port would not be disposed lo aoeeat
it. War U now admitted oa all slJe to b Inevi
Loxdoh, April 23. Puller reports of tb Cssr'i
speech at Birsuka shews that b pok much mor a Ii
a war was detennlndeJ upon tbaa lb Brat summary
would convey. Tb Lmperor began with tb worUs
' liefor your departure I fir you my blostlng,'
and closing, said to th officers, " Uood ty, gen
tlemen," and to th men, Farewttl, my children.'
Loxiox( April 24. Tb Russian Telegrspbid
Agency publishes tb following t Tb language
used bv Mr. Layard. at Constantinople, hi.s diasU
pated all allusion, and Is now causing regret.
wbicb, of course, is too late. Th Power do not:
appear disposed to comply wlih tb Port delrt
fcr an attempt at mediation at lit. Petersburg, nT
a U a .1 1 a I m sia! t rt)af si a.ss Itaal W SWSkn I i si asaaf a,
a. una uil KU W uv m i;iMtw vmw wi se wm mm
i ssi a
and tbe Porte but a rupture between Turkey bd
Tl.-ot iw Anrll 91 rrt(ninl Imlit a ttriifrarl
debate to-day on the Item lor war eipenses, whleU
the Budget Committees bas Increased. 'on
Moltke, advocating the Increase, said that, deeplM
the desire for peace, the time was rapidly coming'
when every Government must strain all It
strength for existence. Nations distrusted each
other. France bas made great utrldea In bei
defences, with tbe full approval wf ber people,
and great masses of French troops were now
tween Paris and tbe German frontier. Mjc wan
far ahead of Germany In bis proration for war.
Tbe Increased grant for rraioclea was adopted.
Lokoov. aprll Z. A Vienna correspondents
i.irxTapus : Ibe Turkish Ambassador her j
mmmiinir-atlnir in Count AitrJ UrBOU
Vizier' note to RouraanU, pressed the opinion
ht i?,,.mama ia merely protest against and
nnt r..U lurkey's occupation ol Kalafat. Tbl
immediate object of tbe Russian advance Into
Itaumania is to protect the railroad bridge at
IUrbascbl. where the Drst collirlon is expected
If the Turks succeed In destroying tbe bridge, the
Russians would have difficulty in procuring sup
Tbe latest dispatch from Constantinople an
nounces that the Turkish Iron-clad squadron In
tbe Bospborus Is ready to aalL It la believed that I
a British leet will come to Constantinople.
VitKNA. April 24. Tbe Russian advauce guard,
which commenced crossing th Pruth at sunrlsol
to-day, numbers 50,900 men, half cavalry and ball:
Infantry. 1 ney are taking ue direction or Ualatt I
rive other divisions, with forty cannon, are ata
tloned at Kubel. They will advaoce so as t
reach tbe Danube at Ismail, Killa and Vllcf!
Companies of sappers who have already passed
through Bucharest, are going to Gurgve to threw I
up defences against Turkish raids.
CoNHTANTixori js , April 24. It Is staled that'
Minister Layard Informed the Porte that Kngland
bad guaranteed tbe Integrity and Independence!
of tbe Ottoman Empire only under th condition!
laid down by the treaties stipulating for the!
exercise of control by tbe Powers. Tbe Portet
having contested this right, bas forfeited tlef
Leneflu guaranteed ty these treaties, and England!
could not intervene wun arms in its oeuair.
St. PcTEitKBi;a, April 24. Prince GorUcbakcff
sent tbe following Dote, dated April 24ib, to th
Turkish Charge d 'Affaires bere The raru'H
negotiations by tbe Imperial GoWrJ nt atiu tl.
Porte for a durable pacincation norbavlng tb
desired accord, my august master sees himself
compelled, to bis regret, to have recotUse to arms
Be, therefore, ao kind as to Inform your Govern
ment tbat from to-day Russia considers beraelf In
a state of war with tbe Porte. Tbe first cons
?ucnce of this U the rupture of diplomatic relation
request you to kindly Inform me of the number
of persons composing the Ottoman Embassy here,
in order that you may be furnished with tbe neces
sary passports. Ottoman subject residing In
Russia are at lfbcr'y, If tbey desl-e, to leava the
country unmolested. Those who should prefer to
remain may consider themselves assured of the full
protection of tbe laws."
Tbe Turkbth Charge has written Prlnc Got tscha
koff a farewell note.
ViKK'A, April 24. Tbe Russian advance guaid,
which commenced crossing the Prulb at sunrise to
day, numbers 50,000 men, half cavalry and balf
infantry. Tbey are taking tbe direction of Galata
Five other division, with 40 cannon, are stationed
at Kuba. Tbey will advance ao as to reach tbe
Danube at Ismail, Killa and Viloff. Companies of
sappers, who have already passed through Bucha
rest, are going to Gurgero, to throw up defence
against Turkish raids.
The Immediate object cf the Russian advance
into Roumanla, is to protect tbe railroad bridge at
Barbascbi. where the first collision Is expected. If
tbe Turks succeed in destroying the bridge, the
Russians woold bave difficulty in precurlng sup
London, April 24. A correspondent of tbe
Standard, on board a Danube steamboat, report
that tbe Turks bave made a great movement from
Widden toward Rustcbuk In boats, towed by
steamers. It Is reported, bewever, tbat they were
brought back by night. The Turkish preparations
for tbe defense of tbe Danube by means of gun
boats, ironclads, etc., are most formidable. Tb
Turkish troops are well armed and clothed, and
are In good spirits, although dysentery baa ap
peared among them.
Tbe latest despatch from Constantinople an
nounces that tbe Turkish Iron-clad squadron In
the Bospborus Is ready to sail.
A table giving tbe increase la tbe different
denomination in seventy-seven of tbe largest
towns la Xtw England shows tbat tb Presbyter,
lans bar mad th largest gains, and only two
sects show a smaller gain than tb Church of
Longfellow baa just reached bis seventieth vsr;
Bryant Is a bal and aetiv man cf eighty; Whit
tle r i nearly seventy; Oliver Wendell Holmes is
sixty-eight; Ralph Waldo Emerson Is seventy-four.
Tb Rothschild family Inhabit alx splendid pala
ce in Paris, and it Is reckoned tbat th jprTvat
residence! cf this family la England, Ira no,
Germany, Italy and Bwitierland cost abov f 20,
Lord BeaooBsfk-ld Las daeorated Edwin Arnold,
principal writer on the London Ttlefraph, with
the "Btar of India." Mr. Arnold's wife Is a
thughter of Rev. W. H. Channlcg, once a Unit
arian minister at Cincinnati.
Mark Twain recently acted a auctioneer at a
Bunday-ecbool "package party ia Hartford, and
by bis inimitable drollery and tact secured liberal
lids for tb closely covered bundles, and contri
buted greatly to the enjoyment of tbe occasion.
It is expected tbat fully 200, 000 pilgrims will
be in Rome ia Msy te participate In tbe ceremo
nies of tb pop episcopal J utile. Tber will b
on company of pilgrims from Switserland, two from
France, on from Australia, on tons Fpaln, on
from Canada, on from Bra til, and probably en
from tb United State.
Queen Victoria Is far from well. It la formally
announced that ber health I such as lo preclude
tb possibility of ber enduring the heated atmos
phere cf crowded rooms or tbe fatigue of prolon
ged ceremonial. Tbe prostration which tbey Ind
uce Is snob a many persons suffer on Be voy
ages, and th discharge cf br onerous politic!
and official duties taxes btr trtngb to th