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rtiujr. may 11. i:t.
Wb note ihe knowing- arrivale since Uat rei,rt; Sib. Am
Progress, from New Bedfcrd; 9ih. Brit ih Ik W A
Fsrrsworth, from New Bedford, H:h, Am tk D C Murrsy,
from Han Francisco, via Hlto, l. C Brewer A. Co; aod Am h
h Mil-m, from New Bedford. The departure hare been
6t. E Jl McKlonoo (trailer) aod Mercury (ehaler), f- ihe
Arctic; 7tb, LoVeta (trader), and 8tb. Progress (ali.kr), f-r tbe
Arctic; 10th, Discovery, for San Francisco, by II Uarlf.lJ A
Co, with domestic produce valued it li.l&l 28.
Tbe vessels on the berth for Han Francisco are the luiki
M. B Roberta, by II Ilackfvld A Co, and U C Murray, bjr C
Rrrwrr A Co. The ateamer from Anatralia will be due on or
about the 24th.
port or UOnOI.TJI.TJ. H. I.
6 Am wh bk Progress. Hawea, from New Bedford.
chr Nettie Merrill. Crane. from Lahaina, Maui.
6 ftmr Kilaaea, March ant, from Maui 4- Hawaii.
6 rWbr Poeokabl. Clarke, from liana. MauL
6 Hcbr Ka Moi. Wilbur, from Kaholui. SJaoJ.
7 cbr Warwick. Jdo BulL from Kalaupapa, Mokikai
Scnr Pauahi. Hopu, from U.io. Hawaii.
9 Brit wh bk Prog ree, Hawea, from New Bedford
Fchr Fairy Queen. Penl. from Hilo. Hawaii.
11 Birar Kilauea. Merchant, from Maui Hawaii.
II Am bk D C Murray, Fulter, 1 dys from fan Frao
eUco. via Hilo, Hawaii.
11 PchrMarioa. Christian, from Nawi iwili, Kauai.
II Vcbr Maoookawai. Kalua. from Nawiliwili. Kauai.
11 (tear Prince. Beck, from Kooa and Kau. Hawaii.
11 Am wb ab Jlilloo. Hiiver. from New Bediord.
Am echr E J McRinoon, Redlleld, f r Arctic.
ft Schr l.uka. Kerb, for Maliko, Maui.
S Cchr Kamaile. Kitdin, for Koloa and Waimea.
A Am wh bk Mereury, Brook., for Arctic.
Scbr Marioo, Christian, for Koloa Ac Waimea.
7 Htmr Ktlanea, Marcbant, for Mad At Hawaii.
7 Am echr txicta, ftextrr, for Arctic.
7 Schr Kulamanu. Maoa, f. .r Kobala, Hawaii.
Scbr Warwick, obn Bull, fur Kalaupapa, Mclokai
8 Am wh bk Lapham. lur Arctic.
Scbr Nettie Merrill. Crane, for Lahaina, M-.ui.
rtchr Ka Mot. Wilbur, for Kahulul. Maui.
chr PueokabA Clarke, for liana, Maui
9 11 B M'a 8 Faotome, Com Macquay, for Maui.
10 rlebr Paoahl. Uopn, for Hilo, Hawaii.
10 A in bktne Diecovery, Miepberd, f r Pan Frauciaeo.
1 1 rtmr Kiiaoes, Merchant, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
11 8chr Kekaulaohl, Kimo, for Ilanalel, Kauai.
VESSEUS IN I'ORT.
Am Mia brig Morning Star. Colcord.
Am bktne Jane A Falainburg. Hubbard, loading.
Am bk Coring. Joaaelyo. di barging.
Am tk Mary Belle Roberts, Gray.
Haw bk Courier, Ahlborn.
BrU bk Mar a ma, Dcmioe.
Am bk D C Murray, Fuller, discharging.
M EMOKA M)A.
Raruar or BaiTiaH l W A Faimwoith, C Kamill,
Maarca. Sailed from New Bedford Pec 1 4th, 1876; 33 day a
to the Equator, croaaed it in long 29 W 31 daya to lat 60
8oaia AUantict 29 day to lat 60 Soath Pacific experienced
the usual weather off Cape Horn, with an unu'ual quantity of
rain; touched at Jaan Fernandea, thence SE trades to lat 4"
8; croaaed the Equator In the Pacific April 13th, thence calina
and Ubt ir until the 23th, In lat N, long 11S W,
then light NE tradea; sighted Maul May 8th. Took 200 bb'.a
of oil and 1300 lba bone on the paaaage. 8 poke the fullowing
reaaetei Mar SSth. Ut 61 30' S. long 63 V, bark Pacific,
with 70 bbla ol apet m and 3 right whales; lat 87 8. long 77
W, bark Thomas Pope, with 90 bbis of sperm, and her main
aftet head badly sprang; off Juan Fernandez, bark Napoleon
oil not repored. Ships are doiog well on Chile.
Biroiror ia iiDC Mvasar, A Fci.lck, Masteb
Left 8aa Francisco April 18th, at 0 p m, In tow of tug Joe
Redmond; fir at S days out strong breeze from N and W, which
afterwards hauled to N ami E,and continued so tbe balance
of paaage; arrived at Hilo May 3rd; diacharged about 150 ton,
cargo, and took In 170 bbla sperm oil from bark Pacific, Capt
Bni t hers- Left Hilo on Wedrsday tbe 9ih, in tow of atmr
Ktlaaea, and arrived at Honolo-'a on tbe 11 to. -
Rkfobt or Am wh an MltTO.i, Btivebs, Mastkb. Sail
ed from New Bedford Dec 23th, 13T6, for Honolulu and tbe
Arctic; second day out had heavy E and NE galea, and veered
around to 8 W and W, and blowed with great violence for 14
days, had ail the boats stove on the cranes. Jan lat, running
under lower-topaaila and foresail, ahipped a heavy sea carry
ing away starboard boat and davit, and with her tbe carpen
ter Norman J Kelly, and was lost. Passed through the Straits
I Le Maire Var 6th, and by Cape Horn on the 7lh. 17 ad light
winds from the Cape to Juan Fernandea. Crossed the Equa
tor April 2il. Passed H-twall on the morning of May lOib;
bore-to off Dlmond Head at midnight. -
t'BO 8aa FBAHCiaco Per D C Murray. May 11 270
pkge general mdse, 423 bags coal, 400 mats rice, 70 ni bricka,
1064 pegs flour.
Foa Saw Faaacisco Per Discoverv. May 10
Bananas, br.rhs ..... 260 Rice, lbs.. e50s0
CoC-e, lbs 109 Sperm Foots, galU.... 186
Match-, cs l;iugar. lbs 115J28o
Paddy, lbs 1026631 Tamarind, keg 1
Value Domestic $32,164.33.
Fo WuDwaso Posts Per Kilauea, May 6 Hon 8 N
r j- . .- iv ix c . . ii .n.i . it . n .1 : r..
W Thompano, Cnas Wall. Jaa llompbreya, 8 McKeague, 8 W
Coffin. J aa Benton, J F Brown, W 1. Davia. Aland 60 deck
Fbok Kinctci Per Kamoi, May 8 W Certxhmann, Chas
Arnold. O W R Kin. Q Miner and wile, 8am Obed and wife.
Wm Weight, Cbaa l.uaeomb. Mrs D Crowninbnrg, Miss Ban
nlmtrr Mta Davla. Miaa Kichardjou and 30 deck.
Foa"1"- -us Pobts Per Kilauea, May 0 D R
and wiaj Wm Love and wire, Mrs Kipi and daughter, Alex t ft
Cartwrlghl Jr. M D Monaarratt, C Wall, Max Eckart, J Nfl
Ingraai, II Armltag", Thos Campbell, W L Paris and about 4a
Fob Saw Fsancisco Por Discovery, May 10 T W 8tur
giaa and wife, M Barnes.
Fioss Wiwbwabo Poara Per KlUuea, May 11 Hia Ex A
8 ilartweli; L W Tburstoo, Cap! Worth, II M Whitney. Dr
Oliver, Chas Baker, E P Adams end wire. Miss Pea body. Ceo
Miller, U CoraweU. W D Alexander, F B Oat, II P Hardy. J
W A rmitage. Rev J Bridge , D D Baldwin, Koki, Keohokil
and 60 deck.
Fsoii Sax Fsascisco Per D C Munay, May 11 Geo II
Ptyne and wife. Mrs Dr A O Soule and daughter, J M Flood, J
St C Wilson, C II Wallace, wife and 4 children, G at Lake and
son, A Kline.
Fob Nswiliwili Per Kilauei. May 11 H L Sheldon, W
O Irwin, J F Brown, J U Black. Ue W Mxcfarlane, Dr J K
Smith. Capt Reynolds, G W R King and Si deck.
la this city. May 11th, to the wife of Mr H Schmidt, a son.
Wb cojmesd the following opinion, expressed by
a Protestant Missionary of thirty years standing in
Turkey, Rev. Henry J. Van Lennap, D. D., to the
notice of tbe fanatical foes of Islam : " there is not
normally more intollerance in Asiatic Turkey than
there U in England or Prussia ; much leas certainly
than there U in Ireland or Spain, perhaps even in
We hate been requested by Rev. Dr. Damon to
give publicity to tbe purport of a circular, for
warded to him by Miss Bird tbe Hawaiian
Tourist, referring to a movement on foot in Great
Britain to bold a National Bazaar in aid of tbe
building fund of the Livingstone Medical Mission
ary Memorial Institution, under the special pat
ronage of U. R. H. the Princess Louise, and
. . . r 1 l.
under loe pairouage ui scinai vi iuc uigumt
personages, of chnrcb and state in that Kingdom,
The Bazaar will come off on the 13th. 14th, and
15th December, 1877, in the Music Hall, Edin
burgh. The money .raised by the Bazaar is
destined to complete the amount already sub
scribed for tbe Memorial Institution in question.
A meeting was held in Edinburgh. Sir John
McKiel presiding, whereat it was resolved to raise
10,000. to erect a Memorial Building, to train
Medical Missionaries, under tbe Edinburgh Medi
cal Missionary Society's auspices, as also to
perpetuate Livingstone's name, who was a Medical
Missionary himself, by connecting it with the
enterprise he so warmly supported. The sum of
600 has been already subscribed, and the
Directors of the Edinburgh Medical Missionary
Society, have already commenced the building on
the site selected in tbe Cowgate of Edinburgh, for
nearly twenty years identified with the work of
Medical Missions. It is hoped that tbe 4000 still
required, will be furnished by the proceeds of the
forthcoming Bazaar in December. Miss Bird, the
popular Hawaiian Tourist and Authoress, earnestly
requests 44 donations of work, . coral, mats, and
articles of Hawaiian. Micronesian, Japanese, and
Chinese manufacture," for the Bazaar. We are
authorised by Rev. Dr. Damon, to slate that any
ucb donations from patrons and patronesses here,
will b duly forwarded to Miss Bird's address, if
sent to that gentleman, or to Captain D. Smith.
The Institution, now being founded, proposes to
send out, besides Medical Missionaries, trained
lady) nurses, u where uo medical man ever
reaches the sick woman," as the Viscountess
Eiraagford writes. Even lor this reason, tbe ladies
of Hawaii nei should come forward with alacrity
to meet Miss Bird's request for cootribntiocs of
articles for thla Bazaar.
SAT rut DA V. MA V 12.
?itv nf retrencLnirut in the ext"n-
pea of carrying on the gorernitient of the coun
try, where it can be done without laarrirjg
its efficiency, is obvious, that no rate-fajcr
ia like! to question the matter. The super
fluous outlay of tbe money of the country is an
injuetico to the people who are taxed to support
the eorernmeot. Bv all means, let the eov
eminent be as efficient as possible, under all
circumstance ; but let there be no unnecessary
expense, no useless salaries, no sinecures.
di not mean to insinuate that government
oScial-i should not be allowed a fair remuner
ation. What we wish to suggest is, that it
is the duty of the ministry to enquire whether
certain government places and employments,
whose occupants are drawing salaries from tbe
public treasury, could not be diepensed with
altogether, or, at least considerably reduced ia
numbers. It is positively enormous to cal
culate the amount of public money paid away
yearly in salaries in this little Kingdom, taking
into account its revenues, and population.
In many instances, it appears that two or more
individuals arc paid for doing what might
easily be done by one efficient government
official. We do not propose to go further into
dctai.a on thi-j subject, but we venture to sug
gest to the ministry that it appears to us to
be their duty to examine how far retrenchment
in salaried government places may be compa
tible with the efficient administration cf the
business of the country.
The efficient working of any administration,
in which the harmonious operations of the
individual sections rightly aim at tho success
ful issue of the whole undertaking, imperative
ly demands the dependence on a head, under
whose guidance and control the subordinate
members are placed. If this necessity of a
bead to direct and govern, is felt in administra
tions of an ordinary character, such as refer
to the management of general business, wherein
are involved the interests of individuals, com
panies, or societies, the case of the direction of
affairs in which tho best interests of the entire
nation are concerned tbould obviously present
no exception to the general rule in eucb mat
ters. In point of fact, in all well governed
countries, where the bead of the State, whether
Monarch or President, is assisted by what is
commonly styled a ministry, charged with the
management of the affairs of the nation, it is
the rale in consticuational monarchies like
the Hawaiian Kingdom, to speak more directly
to tho point for the Sovereign to name one of
hia ministers as tbe head of bis Cabinet, who
is for this reason sometimes styled, aa in Great
Britian for instance, 44 the Premier.' At tbe
very first Eight, it would seem impossible to go on
with tho business of the country where a well
defined system of subordination docs not subsist
between the members of a national ministry
and its bead. All civilized governments are
conducted upon this principle. The members
of the Ministry are subordinate to a head, the
Premier or Prime Minister.
We have been induced to discuss this topic,
in consequence of a mistake which we made
lately in sp eak'mg of tho minister of the In
terior as the 44 Premier," believing, that our
previous remarks on this subject were followed
by 6ucb an arrangement. But, it seems, that
this ministry of the Hawaiian Kingdom has no
head, that there is no Prime Minister recog
nised as such by his fellow ministers or the
King; that the minister placed at the bead
of each branch of the national administration
is completely independent in the discharge of
his business, of all the others, and only rcepon
eiblo to the King himself, 60 that, in point of
fact, this Country presents the novel spectacle
of a government in which the King is his own
Prime Minister ! such a state of things
a downright anomaly. It is easy to understand
how it may have crept into a new-born King
dom. In such a country as Great Britian,
state of things would appear quite
ridiculous, and the government of the nation
in such conditions would be utterly imposei
We think it needless to point out the evils
that must arise from tbe absence of a system
of subordination amongst the ministers of the
crown. Any person of ordinary capacity must
comprehend at once tbe anomaly of such
condition of the administration of the nation.
Thus, the Minister of tbe Interior's business
may be retarded or interrupted or even marred
by cauECs arising out of the business of the
Minister of Finance, or vice versa, and neither
has a right to insist with the other, nor can
they call upon any recognised head to settle
their differences, save tbe King himself an
unconstitutional course. We suppose the case
merely to illustrate our remarks. We have no
doubt that ministers themselves must feel the
incongruity and inconvenience of conducting
the national administration without any one
of their body being recognised as its bead
Any one of the ministers of state can be selected
to act as Prime Minister, without reference to
the portfolio which he holds.
Tbe financial condition of a country is tbe
tfcst of its prosperity or embarrassment, as the
case may be. The state of the national finances
may be ascertained at a glance by looking into
the figured of its revenue and expenditure. Un
der tbe expenditure should appear tbe amount of
interest paid on the national debt, if any. Tbe
rate of interest on the debt of tbe nation serves
to elucidate tbe nation's credit in the money
market. Thus, where a very bigb interest is
paid on the national debt, it may be assumed
that the credit of the nation concerned is quest
ionable. Nevertheless, a high rate of interest on
the national debt is not always an index that the
nation concerned is financially embarrassed, and
struggling by loans at ruinous interest to hold
up its head in the world. Looking to our own
case, it appears that a very high rate of interest
is paid by this state to tbe national creditors.
Tbe Public Debt of the Hawaiian Kingdom on
March 31st, 1876, was 459,187.50. Of this
amount, tbe sum of $44,600 bore interest at
twelve-per-cent; tbe sum of $359,000, the bulk
of the debt, at nine-per-cent; and tbe balance
bore no stated interest. Now twelve-per-cent
interest is enormous, and even nine-per-ccnt is
very high. For this country, whose prosperity
is unquestionable, it should not be difficult to
float a loan on the Foreign Money Markets, of
England, America or Germany, for half a mil
lion or even a million of dollars, at Eix-per-cent
interest, at tbe very highest rate.
It is astonishing with what seeming facility
enormous sums of money have been loaned on
the London Money Market at eix-per-cent inter
est, to countries like Uruguay, Peru, and Boli
via, Columbia, and the Argentine Confederation,
where chronic anarchy and revolution are well
calculated to frighten away creditors and money
lenders. Nevertheless, even revolutionary Uru
guay, little more than an immense sheep and
i i '
cattle run. with no agriculture, has the courage j
to gi tu Er.gland Lr uiilliou of fundd sterling.
and what i more, actually gets the money.
I The rfa-n is evident ; because, ti e money
lenders understand that the Uruguayan Ilepublie
pooeeseea natural resources, and only necda money
and euterrrieie to develop them. Hence the
golden stream flows from England to Uruguay,
seemingly without etint, like Jupiter's shower
upon Danae! When tbe writer was living in
Uruguay ia 1873, that government Lad borrowed
three millions of pounds sterling at cine-per-
1 cent; and was then negotiating a loan in En
gland for six millions of pounds sterling at eix-
per-cent , wherewith to pay off its debt of three mil
lions at nioe-per-cent, and have three millions still
in hand to develop tbe resources of the country,
its national debt only bearing six-per-cent interest,
instead of nine. In Uruguay, the statesman
had a head for finance.
Now, in this Kingdom pour recenir a nos
moutons tle national debt bears enormous in
terest, and furthermore, as the Royal Commis
sioners have openly observed in their valuable
and highly important Report, a large amount of
money is needed, if their work is not to be an
idle journey, and the development of the numer
ous aud mulrflarious resources of these splendid
ifrlandu is really to be nndcrtaken. With the
example of all other intelligent governments be
fore their eyes, plainly this government should
not hesitate to look for money, where it is always
to be had, on the Money Market, when good
security is offered. Now, we believe that the
security which this prosperous little Kingdom
can offer for the money it wants, ia as satisfac
tory as can be desired. It is worth while then
to make the trial of floating a loan for the re
quired amount at eix-per-cent on the Money
Market, it England or Germany or the States.
Thus, the present twelve and nine per-ctnt credi
tors could be paid off, and money could be got
for the development of tbe country at fair interest,
six-per-cent per annum. We think it hardly neces
sary to enter into arguments upon this project with
those oscurantisti whose obscure vision only enables
them to see the dark side of every question.
To the enlightened statesman it must be evident
that this country must either borrow money to
go on and prosper, or else fall away completely
into decay. There is no stationary law likely to
meet its case. Either retrograde or progress it
must. Alarmists may exclaim at the consequen
ces of getting into debt. As a rule, debt is not
advisable nor desirable. But a national debt is
very different from that contracted by an indivi
dual. Those alarmists, who talk to the country
about avoiding debt, confound the question.
They misunderstand the nature of a national
debt, which some Political Economists consider
the very safeguard of a country. Creditors take a
decided interest in any thing in which their
money is involved. As a case in point, an im
mense amount ot imtu-u Money is sunk in
Buenos Ayres; in 1874, a rebel Argentine geoer
al was marching to attack that capital, and his
army got as far as three leagues from the city
where people fully expected sack and plunder
arson and bloody murder, when the general got
a civil note from tbe British and other consuls
not to advance any farther, or else abide the
consequences; and that general wisely retired
and disbanded bis army. Now, this, we think
shows what a good thing it is for a country to
have a national debt, and foreign money invested
in its enterprises. Let England, for instance
or the United States, lend tbe Hawaiian Govern
ment a million of dollars, and we may be pretty
sure that the war vessels of our creditor will
look pretty closely after the safety of Hawaii
The sooner, then, this government looks for
money, where it can be so readily got, on the
Foreign Money Market, at fair interest of Bix-per
cent, to enable them to reduce the present enor
mous interest on the national debt and proceed
with the development of the magnificent rcsour
ces of these islands tbe better for present and
future generations of Uawaiians. Nor should
they be deterred by alarmists and oscurantisti
blind leaders of the blind who can only 6ee like
owls in the dark, and are incapable of looking
beyond their own little day into the future des
tinies of these islands, whose coming generations
if saddled with a heavier debt then their fore
fathers, will find their country thereby propor
tionately improved in value, and far more flourish
ing and important in consequence than in past
or present times.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
nl'lLDINGS, MERCHANDISE, FURXI-
WLM lure and Machinery insured against Fire on the roost
Am TA.ISGI2Fl Agent f r the Hawaiian Islands.
xoal'for FAMILY USE !
RECEIVED BY D. C. MURRAY,
AND FOB SALE
In Quantities to Suit Families !
CASTLE & COOKE,
Or C. W. CLARK, at Ward's City Scales.
EX HARK CORIIYOA,
Haas's Axes, Ax Hnadlc, Ox Basra. Char
caal Irassa, Safes
.A. lso, on H and,
BUttOEBS' HABOWA&E I
Tinware, Cordage, Belting, Rubber lloee,
Lamps, Lanterns, Plows, Cultivators,
Horse Iloes, Wheelbarrows, Canal Barrows,
Ilingham Buckets, Wooden Paile,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Brushes,
Ac, Ac., Ac., Ac, Ac.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Silver Plated Ware,
ALL TO BE SOLD CHEAP !
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Dt'tPTixo Tnu.Ka We learn that some of
our Traders do jt give entire credence to the
8'attrucnt in ounsi to the tfTect that the Chinese
I ni p' rial GoTeraent Lad issued a decree favor
ing Christian rreljtispj. filing perhaps that the
m-s is " too go to be true.' 5urly. tlcy for-gi-t
Divine propby and Divine power! The ftl
lowiog paragraj from the S. F. Morning Ca:l cf
April 23d is cded from the Hongkong OAna
Mid of March lh :
The Pekin UXie of the 1st February, contains
a decree ia wbic injunctions ia favor of religious
toleration, withspecial reference to Christian
Proaeljtism, area i J upon the provincial govern
ments througho the Empire. Tbe decree is re
markable aa beg the first one of the kind ever
WA2TCZJ BY A YOTJHO MAN!
ASITCATfcV AS SALESMAN. OR 6TORE
keeper, In c, or oo a piaotatitn. Good I.'. refer
J. A . L Post Offic.
ALL PE USA'S ARE HEREBY FORBID
den tresspass; oo the laoiJ cf Malaekahaoa ao.l Kaha
ka Kaucb; ami U.vrei, Cattle aod H f foa ml running at
apoQ said aich.will bed-alt with according-to law.
LK are altlr far aiatrfrss en tbe lands, and trav
eler asiics; loroo oo the Government Boad with dn?s, are
reqaetcd to krepe same en chain while within the bounda
ries cf the Ranch. J. A. HAiSINGtK, Manafer.
Kahaku Ranch, ay 1st. 1377. tnj4 6t
ELEVEITH OF JUNE,
Eianielmtcha I. Day ! !
AT KAPIILAM PARK!
It hzs pleased Ilia Majestthe King to signify his intention
on this occasion to faally open the grooods as a place
of public resort and confer the title of " KAPIOLANI
PARK." in honor offer Majesty the Queen. The Gov
ernment Band will in attendance, and a salnte will be
fired by the Artiller
lMtOiU A.lIlIlC :
The Kins Purse $250.
Open for all Horses. 1o mile dash, to carry 113 pounds.
Entrance $15. Second orse saves stake.
Trotting Race to Wagotor Harness. Open to all Horses.
Mile beats best two iihree. Entrance $16.
Foot lace $30.
Open to all 200 y ana.. ...First prize $25; second prize $5.
The Queei's Purse $150.
Open to all Horses mie eats best two in three. Entrance
$15, catch weights. 8ond Horse saves stakes.
Three-legged Foot Race..!.. Distance 100 yards tree to ail.
Ladies' lurse $100.
Open for all Horses. Mi dash- catch weights. Entrance
$10. Second IIorEe savetakes.
Mule 3ace $40.
Mile dash, calcb weights Entrance $3.
Open to all First prize $15; second prize $5.
Greasd Pole $10.
Prise to be given to the ft one who reaches the top of Pole.
Hurdl Race $80.
Open to all Horses. Twoiles, catch weights. Entrance $10.
Opn to all Horses. Habnile single dash, catch weights.
Foot Hudle Race $30.
First prize $25; second ike $5. More than two to enter
Open to all Pedestrians hurdles in 150 yards. Hurdles
to be 4 feet high.
Free to all Ponies not oveCJ hands high Prize $10.
PublicPurse $2 O.
Hack Race. Sweepstaket-mile dash. Open to all Horses
tlmt have not tun in aojf the previous races of the day,
or that hav not won. purse in any public race. Post
Jcocts Henry Cuwell, J no II Brown, Wm Wilder
Clerk or thi Cocrsc W R Buchanan
Tims Kbkpkxs B F Bolles and D W Clark
Stabtibs T Chayter and Ileury Macfarlane
Clkrc of Scales) Col C II Judd
At DiaTASCs Polk......'. J D Price
JcDGKS of Hekxilc... I Ex J M Kapena and Ham Parker
Stewards His Ex Jno Oominii, Hon A 8 Cleghorn, Hon
J 1 Dowsett, Sam Park, John II Paty, J Moananli, 8 M
Damon, A Herbert.
Committee or Abbasoemis Capt James Makee, John II
Brown, O Waller, Geo icas.
N. B. All Entries for tl sports of the day most be made
with tbe Clerk of the Coue on or before Monday the 4ih of
The Rules of the BanFrscisco Jockey Club will govern the
Jndges in their decisior ofases in dispute.
A Bugle sounded at te Judges' Stand will call horses to
saddle. The sound of he tell will call horses op.
TROTTIWG WAGONS !
WEST & CHAYTER
Received ex Ciringa, fm. Boston,
A FISE ASSORTMENT OF
SKELETON WMS Al SULKIES !
Light Road Wagon Material !
All of which can b put op in the Best Style
and at loderale prices.
Also, for sale, and jut received, a large assortment
Ox Cart Hubs, Spkes & Felloes !
WITH IRON AXES TO 6CIT
King Street and Esplanade.
mj 12 lm
GREEN, MACFiRLANE & CO,,
Hare on Hani and fr Sale.
Tlie Followcisr Articles:
to which ttey would call tiention. A full assort,
ment f the
In Lots to Sit Purchasers.
EXCELLENT COAL FOR STOVES, BIT
the bag, already put up, aves 75 per cent, in expense of
Cooking Stoves, to burn coa1t low rates.
Barrels While's Portland Oment, will be sold low to close
consignments. Also, a few thosand Fire Bricks, arched and
Boiled LioseeJ Uil, Black faint, tiea ucta, uaivan.sea
Fencing Wire, dec.
Free Burning Coal, of good lu&lity, for plantation use, at a
low figure, by ihe quantity.
East India Rice, in 80 lb. mas, equal to any for table use or
for Chinese, will be sold at oldrates. The quality warranted.
China Matting-, No. 1 and !o. 2 quality.
China Mat Bags.
Sugar Mill, Rollers 20x36 Inches,
with gear complete, made iy Mer- Mirlejs. Tait A
Watson, Glasgow A full assortment of
BRANDIES, in WOOD & BOTTLE,
American, Scotch and Irish Whiskies,
WINES AND CHAMPAGNES !
Of different brands, includingthe Celebrated Fiae Thorion &.
Co., English Bottled Ale aril Porter, McEwan's, Bass' and
200 M Good China Bricks,
Bundles Hoop Iron, and laches;
Horse Bboes, assorted sixes; Ac, Ac, Ac.
GREEN, MACFARL.AXE CO.
X CARI. MR. r'. A. A NO ERSO X, OF THE
r.rm of !nars S. UQFFNCNJ k Co.. c tydney. Australia,
Is prepared to receive iaJecti tor a.'l cIsmmv of EnrfUah, Ccsui
Dental aod asertcVa Merchandise, a c4 having agencies in
these respect ve !a(ys are prepaiej to execute such upon
particularly reasonable trrss.
Presect idirru, flAW;ia HvHr'. llcncin'.u. sera 2t
ROYAL HAWAIIAN THEATRE.
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 12th.
Setssd .tpprsraart f
Fred G. Maeder.
A. E.VTIKCLY XEW DILL !
SecoDl Act cf the traaa of
Z2 0E2 1VT 33 XT S
Or, lOO Yean ls!
.Fred. O. Maadvr
Musical M clap re of Charartrr ; aal $kie?a
, by Mr. MiKDKK-Irish, Dutch, Eihivpean ;
Aai tbe farce of
BLUNDERING BIDDY !
Biddy REN A.
In Rehearsal Scenes from Legitimate and Standard Works;
also, Tennyson's Idyl DoKA.
Acliiiiiiistrsitor IVoticc !
1 LL PERSONS II AY1XU CLAIMS AGAINST
the Estate of the late C. KANAINA, not
yet presented, will confer a favor on tbe otxler
signed by presenting the same immediatelj, duly
authenticated, as it ia my Intention to jmj tbe
sam-s without delay, with the consent of tbe
As a number of hUh have been bresented
without being s worn to, parties will please take
note thereof and attend to the same immediately.
W. C. PARKE,
Administrator of the Estate of Chas. Eanaina.
Honolulu, May 9th, 1877. myl2 2t
LABOR CONTRACTS !
ff MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE HAD PRE-
A pared ty competent leeal authority, with special ietrr
ence to the Master anJ Servant Lawa now in force In this
BLANK FOR1IS OF LABOR COX TRACTS !
Suitable for all cases, which they would now offer for sals to
those desiring to employ servants, with the full assurance
that they are the only furms now in use that comply, in every
particular, with Laws governing the relations between Master
Agents on the other islands will be furnished with these
blanks at liberal rates for cash.
CHAS. T. OCLICK,
Afrents to take Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor,
District of Kona, Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, May 8th. 1877. myU m
IIIERElir GIVE NOTICE THAT Mf
wife, UK ACE RUSK, having on the 28th day of Novem
ber last, left my bed and board and declined, at my request, to
return thither, she is not authorised to contract any debts on
my account, and I shall pay no bills or debts contracted by
her or for her account.
Kaneohe, April th. 137. (ap28 3t) M. ROSE.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, CHAS. T. OCLICK, Esq., will act fur me
nnder power of attorney.
Honolulu, April 26th. 1877. (ap28 3t) O. WEST.
ducted under the firm name and style ol F T LENEUAN
A CO. wiil in future be carried on under the nam and style of
UREEN, MACFARLANE A CO, Mr G W Macfarlane having
become a partner from this dte. All accounts of the firm will
be assumed by the undersigned.
GREEN, MACFARLANE A C.
Honolulu, March 1st. 1S77. m3 tf
Encourage Home Enterprise !
riMIIE UNDERSIGNED II A YE ENTERED
Jl into a business connection for the manufacture and sale
of Friction Matches in this city. Will furnish a first
class article, and on terms that will suit. Enquire at the
cooperage of J. U. Bruns, Esplanade, two doors below Queen
J. H. BBTJNS,
my51m F. VEHLINQ.
CAVENAGH'S WRITING SCHOOL
41 Richard Street, near II awn Watt IItel,
GEO. I. C A VENA Gil (I; ATE OF EATON9
Commercial College, Oakland. California,) baa opened a
school as above, and is now prepared to nlve lessons and teach
a bold and easy style of f ei.manship. School hours 7 to 9 r.
m., every evening. Commences Monday, May 7th.
P. S. Lessons given at Private Residence, when required,
Writing and Book-Keeping done to order. Leave orders at
the Advertiser Office. Terms moderate. my 5 lm
IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL PERSONS
that at a meeting of Share Holders cf the Makee furor
Company, held on the 2d day of May, 1877, It waa voted to
accept the Charter of Incorporation granted to them and their
associates and successors, under the Corporate Name and
Style of the Makee SuR-tr Company, on the 30tb day of April,
1877, and that the corporation under sid charter organized
itself and elected the following named officers, viz :
JAM E3 MAKEE PRESIDENT.
O. W. MACFARLANE VICE PRESIDENT,
W. Q. IRWIN.
J. S. WALKER....
JNO. O. DOMINIS.
Notice Is also given that pursuant to the terms of said
Charter, ' No stockholder shall be individually liable for the
debts or the Corporation beyond the amount which shall be
due opon the share or shares held or owned by himself."
J. 8. WALKER,
my 5 41 Secretary Makee Sogar Company.
FOR SALE !
A Kit of Blacksmith's Tools I
IN WHOLE OR PART. ALSO,
The rXEXPIRED LEASE OF 1 WOODEX BriLDLYC,
on the Eaplanade, suitable for storage. Also,
A COMPLETE SET OF TAPS AND DIES I
With Taper and Plug Taps, from 1 to 1 inch enosed
In solid wooden case.
my5 3t) WEST A CHATTER, 73 King St., and Esplanade-
SMALL SIZES. FROM SIX THREAD TO
one anrt a ha'f inch. (myS) For Sale by BOLLEd A Co.
Ox Cart Wheels, all Oak !
WITH 3J AND TIRE8,
With or without 3 in. Iron Axles,
WELDED CP IN LENGTHS TO SCIT. ALSO,
OX CARTS COMPLETE !
my 5 tf
171ROM THE UNITED STATES AND EU
' ROPE, Direct, aa prescribed and recommended by the
first Medical Authorities, vis :
Preparations, (not patent) for Debilitated Constitutions, Dis
pepsia, etc., etc., viz : Elixiis of Y hphates, with Petsarian
Bark; Beef, Iron and Wine, Gentian and Iron, Wine of Pep
sin. Valerianate of Ammonia for nervous disorders, Ae., Ac.
Pure Carbolic Acid. Chloral Hydrate, Pure Glycerine, Cough
Lozenges, Patiles, (very excellent.) for affections of the
threat; Cod Liver Oil, tasteless; Inhalers, Prepared Trench
Blister, ponzs, Auti-asihtnatic Cigars, Capsules, Arnica
and Por ius Planters, Variety cf Sngar-coatd and Gelatine
Pills, Brea-t Glasses. Syringes, Medicinal Extracts, assorted;
Strong Alcohol, the Mr'at Approved Trusses, Funnels, Boudoir
Paper, Ivory Teething Kings, and a general full assortment of
Genuine and Reliable Medicines !
FLNEST I'EttFOIEBY 1XD TOILET ARTICLES!
From the Best Soorces in the World, direct.
Brushe. Conib, s-achets, &, Smelling Bottles, Bay Bum,
cheap and excellent; Cosmetics, Toilet Powder, Centennial
Perfumery, awarded the Golden Medal; Florida Water,
To-'th PowJer. 5k-zMlont, Ac. Ac, Carbolic Soaps Castile and
Silicted. FINE VIENNA SOAPS. Colgate's and
Lt, DIN'S (iE.M I.M; SOAPS, snd a great many
other v'ine Articles, for sale at
DR. HOFFMANN S DRUG STORE.
U. B Orders answered with care and dispatch. Imy5 qr
la ehoW and half catit .
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY,
J 11 ft t Xt c ? o i v d,
BRIC HESPERIAN !
F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer Tor Sale per
AF.1. SHIP GORINGA,
FROM BOSTON I
JTST ARRIVED, TUT. LARGEST Al
Most Complete Assortment
General Merchandise !
Krer Imported Into this Country, consisting la part of i
Btaas Coat, fled Oak Casks, forty gallons each,
Cumberland Coal, 90 ft. axira Tuutwrrri vt hi stoat,
O X erl 3VC X. 1 o at !
Pitch. Tar, Resin, Turpentine, VarnUh, Linseed Oil,
Mineral Paint, Lamp Black, Putty, Hide Poison,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES I
Namely i Cora Starch. Claias, Lesson ftvrop.
Green Peas, Tomato Ketcaap, Mackerel. Potted Meats,
Lobsters, Tt Jia.oea. Hauaage Meat, Gevkina,
Cider Vinegar. Green Corn, LA CKolX BRAND i
White Cube Sugar, Mock Turtle A Tomato Soups.
Barrels and Cases Salt, Family Pork, In barrels;
Sperm Caadlc, 31s'f BIf LIip, Cold Leaf TWrc,
Ol Boars, H, II, and t iuches;
A Choice Assortment of FIRE WORKS !
Consisting of Rockets, Brngolaa and Roman Candles,
An Invoice of Cat Nails, 3d to 40; tiara. An Handles,
Iloe llandtea. Hand Carta, light and heavyi
Cultivators, Side liill Plows.
Leather Belting, six Inches; Fairbank's rtf ales.
Hunt's Hatchets, ais and shingling! AXtS,
4d Rivets, Babbit Metal, Hemp Twine.
Rubber Packing, 1-14 inch; Hemp Packing, Solder,
3 Ply Rubber Hose, I loch, for garden use;
Cll AKI'OIL IHIINIt. Mule Collars,
Brass Wire Sieves. Centrifugal Linings, Grindstones,
Burgs, Birch and Corn Brooms, Zinc Vah boarda,
Maynard Nove'a Ink, Yellow Metal A Sheathing Nails,
Anchors. 1400 Hie. and 16&0 lbs.;
New Bedford Cordage. 6 threats to 4 In; What I. In,
An Invoice of Refkued Iron, asttd. aises; Norway Shapes,
A YKKY CI10ICK SELECTIO N OF
Consisting of i Rolling Top Office Desks,
Black Walnut Wardrobes. Library Cases, Secretaries,
Ash and Black Walnut Sideboards,
Ash aod Black Walnut Waahatands.
Aab and Black Walnut CHAMBER KKTS,
Ladies1 Black Walnut Desks,
Laities' and Gentlemen's kasy and Rocking Chairs.
Folding Chairs, Folding Tables,
Painted Chare her Sets, imitation of chestnut and nak;
Black Curled Hair, an asst. of Dining and Office Chairs.
A well selected Lot of Dry Goods:
Consisting of : Brown A Bleached Cotton A Sheeting,
CblnU Percales, Cardinal Robes, Ilanijlton Prints,
Amoskrag, Pearl River and lUy Makers Ilea Ins
Ticking, Amoskeag Shirting, Brown Flannel,
Blue Drilling. Overalls. Denim Pants and Jumpers,
Plaid Shirts, Palm Leaf Hats, Lawrence Iock, Nos. 1 to 10;
Raven's ditto. Cotton Twine.
600 Cases Pratt's Kerosene Oil,
300 Caaea Downer's Kerosene Oil, Black Walnut,
Asb Plank, Nests Trunks, Oskum,
EASTERN KEG and BARREL SH00KS !
Hoop Iron, I, , 1, 1J inch; Caustic Boda, Palm Oil,
THE LARGEST ASSTH'T. OF CARRIAGES
ever Imported In one resscl, consisting of t
I Jumpseat Carryall, S Extenalon Top Cabrloles,
3 Canopy Top Basket Phsstons, 1 CafTra Wagon,
1 Ppring Brownell Wagon, 1 Pony Phsston,
I express Wsgon, I Park Phaeton,
TIIK KB OF THOSE JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs I
An Asst. of Ready Made Clothing,
from the house of Messrs. Issae Fenno A Co.
An Invoice of McMurray's Fresh Oysters,
A full asst. of Knowle's Patent Steam Pumps, Nos. 2 to 0.
All of tho above Merchandise
II AS BEF.N CAREFULLY
SELECTED EXPRESSLY lOtt THIS MARKET J
Purchased for Cash, and will be sold at VERT LOW
RATK3 upon reasonable time, or a Liberal
Discount for Cash.
ja27Sm C. BKKWRa fc CO. .
PLOWS I PLOWS 1 1
PLOWS ! ! !
E. 0. HALL & SON
Just Received per Coringa I
A Large Ami. of Extra HaraVaesI
STEEL P LOWS,
Made by the MO LI N R P LO V CO MP M', com
prising TW ENTY DIFFERENT gIZK and DTYLE8, among
which will be found
HAtt'S FUBBOW PLOW,
A donble mould board plow, made specially fur Cane Planting.
Also, THE GRUB PLOW,
A HEAVY Eteel Plow, for breaking new land, and mads to do
the work of tbe Iron Paris plow, but reqnlrlng only two-thirds
the team necessary for that plow and doing the work better.
Also, Steel Flows for Second Flowing,
To cut from 10 to IS inches, and
LICHT HORSE PLOWS
For cultivating CANE or BICE, to cut from 6 to 10 in.
ALSO. STEEL SIDE HILL PLOWS, S sises.
And a few
Iron Beam PIowh,
go much used iu tbe Western States, (our sises, to cot from 12
to 18 Inches.
We have also, Steel Teeth Cultivstors, Boad Scrapers and
Which can be us d with any of the p!ows, cutting over 11
inch furrows, snd which are now being extensively uaod on
Also, IRON FARIS FLOWS,
Bo well known throughout the Islands.
WE HAVE ON HAND, OR EXPECT BOOM TO HE
CEIVE. Hall's C. 8. KICK II O EN. a new ankle.
Plantation Hoes all sues, Hnoveis, epaues. rick aim,
Pick and li VI at Locks. Osrden Hoes light and heavy. Kakrs,
Hay Forks, Trash Forks, Kice Harrows, and many other Tools
which, with the above will comprise the BEST AM) MOfT
EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Agricultural Implements I
Ol tbe BEMT make ever offered In this market.
Wrssv. Til IM Jill V OAT
IVOn il CALL ATTENTION TO TIIK
V V fl.' !rf lift t4 Mlrtc. ateea V nks i ti l.snd, ,
SEASON ANI rilKKTATIO. YOtKl
laar. l Vrr,t, Tt thrf herd la.ly, 11 a Rootfc,
ely I i hTrn, airv laWa T'4 iff.
It. i til l av, t I mf, ar.d fcl '. 1 ha t ll setae,
ti.. J. ili'a VWtsil I . XUW-t itarlin.
Our li'i'i'h I'ottra't I'au.lrr. It.e rkelrii la Acwmv,
l.i:.iU t !! me, t.alo and l-na th aiarUaf Loire
1 toKg it It Ifc-w.r frtar-lt T nuniala,
Chi'drtAnw -!,? lary lrr.a leases iM Until,
Tie IL4y O -i-r (III ). Littfe IVto ef ike Hw,
l'eVrrMr's Arx-feT.i klsrtner, ki( r rarlawta,
eg of free, ltdy,
I ovrs of the lar'y p.s. Trrre ffttnre.
Art Jrarnal trtrn's, fw UTS, hsMsnsnely brood.
tor 'r, A!r.wetbs (IH Cewprt't Work, Sail ja.
f.oMisi IK', llaaaomo FWlry, lTr, Milto, llwrVIU)
Lady if ins lak at-d lloalit, Anltuo's !. Weaka,
loop, rand .. Tapr ao iMmmn,
Mary lltw.u' In wis of Natural Iimmv.
Moriee and rtn. l y Mkw aod ItaaiMvr,
But-r f eet. Kue'r, 1 1 tana a 'a em.enrva,
Poi and firm, fwtt end Coleridge,
lalla Kn kk ar.d 1anp, 1 'ti and CaoibL
f ii amry and hone. Uotd.snlia aod loaikir.
Bum and R f Trw lat) r, fs
lo t'H U wtlt, Mediia, W hittle, all ia Moakwiaee
Gad.errd Ursba, e-ogi 4 l ktrve Cniwm, Martaa llm.tni)
Pioturrs r lUpty Hoars. TkrrfB rirtors Load
unal.inr f . r lUi.jr land, T'r.t liowara and Uhu fiolMS.
II a pf lay rlorii lur the Votng,
Kar.ery t Wd IVture BuuA,
Ptnl Add l oo M Nererry Jinglra,
The Utile Learner's Ti v Hock, I'.et-y PW-iur
My First Pine U.-k 1aa Tbeoib'a 1'k-twr k4
LI' lie tt.rd meter tbwk, '
Aunt Mary 'a urd.j I'm lur Boot,
Aant Jewtr's Picture Bk, MHbr Ilulbar4 s P triors Bouk
Cock Hobin's lKr Bm. prwy'a Picture bone;
Rto kl nh.Kt p,ctor Buk, Utd A wak I'trosore Beaik
iwy. Utlir H, Awake, Utitr folks,
fUMlty Prriurrs lot wiy Larllng. I kailrr hot
Aloo'a rund.y P.rtur ., I Mid'a lMi,M
ee W ee Monro. IHt Told Tab. Lm 1rir
Fairy lernia. hrrtere Oilk aVunk.
To ABC IVlare But. Uuudy Two f bora.
Pralr B4. Cp s f ablre. krrry l.iut fy's aWh.
fundajr Rrading for Vmad 1 biklrrn. fiut Clilldrro's fota.
The Boya' and Uirls' I'ri4 UiK Bw
A Plrlnre Mory Book. LitUe 1.11'y's I'M-ter Kunfc,
The Ms of 'JaosH l keong Pr. lr, Child's Lisa,
Chat for Nuall Clialierers, The Child's CntinUy Bonsi.
FAIRT TALE I
Fairy Tales with a Purpose.
Piaiiltl's Album, Howie Circle, Hirer Wreath,
Plane Furl (lews. Musical Irrasure,
Kichardton's New Method, ft baaiaiia's f mgs
MandelMolm's H.ings, Uohlra Chlmra. pvtrr's lasirerShioe
llunlrr's losiruoiltHis, Laubacht's Inatroelluiw,
Uria ni K-olli.li fixig,
Ix'ir'a I'urt for Violin, Flul. with Piano,
Kf II Inalrurtmn Bonk k lb UelUr,
lierrsia B gla, Norma, Musical l obinri. The Crealluo,
Baujo In.lru, Uotie. V) reaih 4 i-ttm, flaw luelmmtoos
t harhe On be1 Mnh'4. Ilutiltv'a liiroHIia for fVlxwoa
Ueana ot tl. I.nrr, I'hiM's I list Book r.f MusML
Tti foors ol England, with snealr,
farroil runig, a net ot and tondern.
Humorous rxrgs. eld and new,
Th iv.gs uf oeutland, Tbe fuogs of Ireland.
II A NOV IiOlKI
llaswrll's P krt FngiiMwr, latrel edUioo.
IViriir Keor.rd 1174, Uloi
f nqulrewuhin upon Kvrrvthlng, Wrinkles and fterinee.
Ir Chase's Krie.ir Inf.iraialloa ft Ever) body.
Ths family Mrdiral UuUto, '
Mrs ltch-r s House K .r and Health Harper.
ItOOKN FOR OLI AMI YOUNGS
Running the Illnrli.de, Uualare Adolf,
Chariot ta Arkrnnon. the Wild fcN wth lo4,n
Working to Vt in. Uolden la), Blurb of Bud Life,
The Young Uovernraa, 1 b Flng uf Distress,
On Ih HiMid le luel-,, Middle snanh, lanM lNmoU,
Morton llouar. Nutabl f lilpwrocka, tin a Coral Karl,
C'rnrser tli t lown, l errr and other Tales,
Evening at Home, raiuilord ard Merti,
Bunyan's Pilgrim's I'rogrras, Bernard ik Fes,
Hours of ButMlilue, King Uab'a stioty Bag,
Beenrs In Ih Hawaiian lalanda,
Kills' Tour Around Hawaii. Unvrr and Ih Mill,
literature ol K laalng. Our journal In Ih I'aclnr,
Maria Monk's lauhier. Mierman's h lalorloal Bald,
Chaunrr's t anterl.yry Talre, g.ieen Cbarlolis's Island,
The Mrlne I'wirdy of I;ane A llf liierl Lm.grVllow,
radl. y's liland r.f Fir Iceland, Cast ei by ths fee.
Pioneer Women nf Ih West,
Friend Frils, a lal nf ths Banks of tli Laaler,
The Illustrious or Mathews krekmana t l.alrl.n,
ftorles of tb Kbln. 1 h Polish Jew and ot hmr Talee,
Confe.ior.a of a Clarlonvt PUyer, Tbe Far North,
1 a Tiny VV orld, Tb Ureal iMrep, 1 he far Kaot,
leetLittl- ClaMira containing, tsilr, lotrUoo), Tra
gedy. Life, lo.iKhter, Love, AoiImts, Kootaoea, Matery,
Comedy. Chiklh'iod, lnroiam, Poroia volat
True to the l-a.t. Mow Cmkl be Mlp It,
T'h Ktar arid Ih Cl.md, To Love end t be Levad.
I've Bern I hlnklrig, A Long Look A bead,
.tor leal fiudire. The I'mveras (Pouch!)
Yislory of Ireland, g vola, by lUmghrgae A Mitchell.
Meat Lawn, 1 he Book that Itv.rv Faoitly Beeos,
Mft on Labrador. Tb Hroond Wit.
Country H alks of a Naturalial, feaalds, Foa ffanliag,
Camping Out. Jaek llayword and his Fortunes,
Johnny Ludlow, Pink and lilt Tyranny,
Ancient History from tb Mooumeul .Persia,
Ancient Vislory from the Monuments Assyria,
Currency and Hanking, f even Lnurhlrrs,
Italia Ooldibwait. Tbe World's Birthday,
1 he Blory of a Umyyj oan. The Culprit,
Little Men or Jo's Boys, A Wonder Book for Boys A UirU
The Boy f mlgiant, fome armoi.le. Living too Fast.
Kate Danlon, M suirical and ArrhliMjleral f ketch.
The Carl)le, Autholoiry, Flasy frlsaie.
Kight Cousins er the Anthills, What Katie Lid,
Mischiefs 1 hsnksglving. Bedtime f lorlee,
More Hedtime Hi one. The Lilly aod tbe Cross,
One by One, forth and Ha Trraaures,
Talk About l.atwir, Laoa Veneris, On Buwimer,
The Barbados Girl. Tb Loch-as of Orleans,
Noblesae Oblliie, Hobinson Crusoe, The Anglian Ksploren
siwise Family Bobinson, Llf of Uie Empress Josephine.
Bomanoeaof the Involution.
iaiory of Centennial Kaluiiltlon. hy Jaa X) McCabe.
Mark Twain's Adventure of Tom rawyrr bis latest work
rn.i.'ric.i iron in uiu Jesuit Mission,
Little folks in feathers aud Fur aud Other la Hrltbor.
Charlie Laore, fee Breese, Persia. Aaeyrla,
Wonders of the Phyaieai World, lanlet Boite,
Young ( ruaoe, Boord ai d Pen, Venice and the VroHlano,
Bonaid Baiiiirrman.Binrms, Ih Piaaanl Ik.y 'hlioeophl
Ollblaa, Ion Uolsolr, Oullirrr's Travels,
American Hhepherd, Circle of the Year,
Mea'lh and Nature. Assyrian IXartoverles,
The Oolden f liue, The Annual Cyciotiendia, 1171,
1 b Boy Joiner and Model Maker,
Tb Monarch! of ihe Main,
Adventures af Johnny Ironsides, Won.lnful Advert area,
The iiory of a Book, Animal ftaireclty,
Our Iumb Companions. Cloud lond aod t hadoer Land,
The World Bef.we il Irelugr, The Varna ri Bar.
Brpliles and Birds, lite Moon,
febnols and Msslers erf Palming, Ths Blatk Prince,
"ights and Insights, t vola( Bacchus Lrthronrd,
My Opinion and B. t.ey Botwrt's. Tbe Klndrrrarlr.
W ych asel. The Oold of Chickaree. Under the Oaks,
Boo y snd Mind, The Richmond Tour In Europe.
The Vicar of W akefleld, VV oodrs nf Envravli g.
Lives of Novelisis and I'ramaiiata, Nat ths Narigator.
Ralph the Melr, Th Belton Jtte
Knew lie was Right. Ca Yoa Forgive fer,
I -otto Bcbmldt, Kschel Kay, Or ley Farm. Th Bertram,
Phlnraa firm. The Kelly and ihe O'Krlirs,
Ths Macdermots ol Baliynrraa, Mary tirrsiry,
Miss McKrnale, Tale of My Country,
Castle Hkhmond, UocUir 1 horn, The l'oun fturvryor,
A unt Jo's fcrsp Bag,
Triumphs tj Aocivnt and Modern Arcl.lleetur.
Margurrilt's Journal, Keoent Muaie and Musicians,
Basoo filedirs. The Angel of Iks Iceberg,
Lendor's Imaginary Comereetinn,
Common OIj.ls of the Microacoie,
Prohetie Voices Concerning America - femrter,
Cy Uijiwdia of Oeogrsphy, Nelly Hlnnard s Kmgdoes,
What Women fhould Know, After Many Psys,
The Haven Children, Mince Pie Island,
Life of Washington,
The Two Leetmies Wilkle ColllnsTtis Osywortbeys,
Foster Llf of Chas bi kens, vol 1.2,,
f trrng th and Beauly, Arary L.y f aola,
Web.Urra ftotkioarlea. Cast Away to the Oold,
Bocks Ahead, Coonplet Letter Wrlier,
Horn to Writ letters. The Whit Bock Cove.
The Basket of Flowers, f dllb and her Ayah,
The fea and Keaahore, Walter and the Meailde.
. Hhym and Beaton, Our Feather Compauton,
Our I'omb Neighbor. Anecdotes In Naiaral fletory.
My Mother, b.lald' ymns I Pros for Chlidr,
Ixgs and Their lotnr. Th Babe I th Boakot, '
Our Four Footed Friends,
alf ours with the Esrly Esplorrrs.
frraps of Knowledge, Pictorial Family ftrgleter,
oliilay A I bum for Boys,
Fanvua Begimrfiis nf to British Army,
en Book for lb family. Geo Vrrhert and Blahop Aall,
Taaao's Jerosalea D.I rered, Giles' Minority,
The ousehoid of fir Thomas Moore,
Agassis's Oeok,g.cal fkctrhea. 1 ha Hulldlng of Brala,
A f tout cart, htorle of a Gorilla Country,
Yow Magery elped, Child of th Tlda.
Truths lllustrsud, LiKhthnuse and Lightahls,
Lives of Labor, Ai.nai f Ih Poor,
ft Pau bis Ufe, h s Writing and Lis Working,
Tim's Troable or, Triad end Tree,
oiland'i Every ly Topics.
Oram frem tbe wtbrr Islaad rBipllr Uii I
In addition to the Books ahov enumerated,
UK HAVE OV M 1 L1RCE Jt VARIED nTOtX
Blank Bonks, Chromos, Berap Pictures,
Fancy Goods, fheet Music,
Beat Violin and Ouilar Btrlngs,
BASK BALL OOODB!
Consisting of i
Teck A fnydrr's "Professional Dead Brd Ball,"
arwoo-i's and Csrr's -Bed etocklrlg,', Atlantic," "Conk of
the Walk," and Junior" Baae Da I la,
Fpriiig, Ash, Cedar and Pine Bt.ls,
empires' Oulde and Base Bsll P.ules, 4c, Ac, Ae.
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ll'Aulnoy's Fairy Tales, Household Tales A Fslry Tale
Htnrlrs tor '.I. Ilooaetmld A ndrr.tl Arabia Iklghls '
The lal.lra of I 'ilpay, Tbe Trroaery of fairy Tales,
Fsblrs, la p s lablts, Fairy lairs Told Aaain.
nip.. wa.i,.in-B, in ra pm. llnosrnout MSOOgaaa
Marl.m llarlatiil's i'onimon Pens In the lloux-bokl,
IH Hiuu. tie. Bar Bo..h of the llooeelioid,
Ktrry Vt mnan her wn IJardanrr,
W ray's Pr.cilf.l uiar Plaitlrr.