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This Dav. Snliirdnv. May 19.
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At 10 A. M at Salesroom, will be Bold,
A VARIETY ofGOODS,
LOT OF CROCKER V.CL.ASS WAKE,
VA of I'ruits an J Pirkles, Jars cf Honey,
En-Ush ami Mexican alds.
Card Matches, Tioa of Crackers,
SUPERIOR LOT of FURNITURE,
On large Koa SiJe Board. Bedtea.
Koa Crib ant Mattr., Hair Cloth Easy Chair,
Sofa, Cane Chairs. Chairs cf a ew Style,
Stereoscope and Views, Mahogany Chest of Drawers,
Mattra?n, Show Coses,
Clioice Lot or JPlantK !
AT 1 2 O'CLOCK !..
I Omnibus nearly new,
Of Foperior Workmanship aad wen finished with Best Ma
terial, Cushloi.l cortrr 1 filth Red flush
OXC BIGCV !
one new carriage: I
C. 8. BAETOW. Auct'r.
ON SATURDAY, - - - -
At 12 o'clock, noon, at Balesroom. I wUl sell at public
LOT AND 2 COTTAGES,
Situated on Queen Street, rear of OoTernmei.t BulMinr, and at
present occupied by Mr. Barnard. K-ach tta?e contains four
.- nn ik. imiiM r s Kitehn. Bslh Kown. Ac. Be-
Wuijing to the premises, and fronting the ", Is a
.huh A-r.m.i a mill rxf C.S.A a w. and continually
rwnted. can M leasea rur a umn of years lo a food tesant. be
longing to thw store la a sleeping room and kitchen au ached.
ii ,.t mhirh is aensraud from the cottages by a fence. The
location Is pleasant, surrounded by a fine garden, which is
planted with choice roses and other plants lately Imported.
Title, fee simple. Deeds at the expense of purchaser.
C. 8. BARTOW. Auct'r.
On THURSDAY, MAY 17th I
' At 10 o'clock, A. M.
At the Residence of Mrs. C H. LEWERS,
Will be Sold, all the
Furniture of said private residence:
Hair Cloth Bnfas. Ey and Parlor Chairs,
Koa Centre Tpble. Walnut Whatnot, China Card Table,
Flower Vases, Parlor Ruga,
SPLENDID GILT FRAME MIRROR !
7 feet ly 6, with Marble Gilt Stand,
I.oanges, Chandeliers. Dining Chairs,
Extcnsioa Dining Table, Koa t-ideboard.
OWE GRAND PIAfMO,
Cwt TOO Dallam:
Piano Stool, Hat Stand. Elegant Engravings,
Oil CU.th Carpet, Chsndelera,
Mahogany Wardrobe with Large Mirror Doors,
Koa and iron bedsteads, mattraases, wardrobes,
Cheat of drawers, crib.
CROCKERY. GLASSWARE, &c.
Large Stove, Refrigerator, Meat Safe.
Kitchen Ware, fcarden 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 17th, will be soli!.
The Valuable Real Estate,
On the corner of Beretania and Alakea Street?,
the Residence of Mrs. Lewers,
WITH ALL TUE BITILDLVCS 1SD I3IPROTE3IOTS
Th. have a IrontaffQ oi about 10a feet on Bere
tania street, and a depth of 115 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 the
first flw la a Urge and handsome parlor, spacious hall, sitting
room, dmlng room, pantry and store room, four Urge bed
rooms, with closets and bath room on second Coor, and two
sleeping rooms upper floor, government water Is laid on first
and second floors. In the rear Is a large and complete
kitchen, two carriage houses, stable, wash house, c The
grounds are eovereu wun many ii'M'
The sale of this valuable property, will afford a rare chance
for any one desiring to purchase a pleasant and heallhy
For further particulars enquire of
C. K. BISHOP, Esq., W. C. PARKE, Esq , or of
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE I
By order of the adminlatrator of the estate of His late
Highness C. Kanaloa, I will sell at public auction,
ON" FRIDAY, MAY 18th.
At 12 o'clock, noon, on the Esplanade, Steamboat Wharf,
1 Canoe, 15 Fathoms in Length,
1 Canoe, 16 Fathoms in Length,
2 Fish Nets, 1 Bait Net,
C. 8. B K RT0W, Aoct'r.
XT I L X I JNT CSfr S ,
Of the estate of His late Highness C. Kanalna,
ON SATURDAY, : : : : : MAY 19th,
A t 11 o'clock, a. m. on the premises, will be sold
at public auction,
TWO WOODEN BUILDINGS !
21 feet tang by 12 feet wide, on King Street, a few steps
from the Ooveriunent Building, on the Waikiki aide. Also,
after the sale of the above budding will be sold the
Stable Buildings and Small House,
Oa Punchbowl Street. Buildings to be removed within ten
days from day of aale.
W. C. PARKE, Administrator,
C. S. BARTOW, Aaac'r.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT AUCTION !
ON SATURDAY, : : : : : MAY 10,
At 12 M.. at Salesroom, will be told,
The Following Piece ofiniicl,
SITUATED AT KAPALAMA,
Consisting of 1 fU-100 acres Kalo Land, al Joining the property
of Mr. Uoughtailing. There is about 1-4 acre lioose Lot with
a new Dwelling House, 20x13, and the balance all upland Kala
Patches, with an unlimited supply of water. The land ia all
in one block, and well enclosed.
TITLE PkHf KCT. Part of the purchase money can re
taain on mortgage. C . BARTOW. Auct'r,
B Or to R. F. BICKERTON,
23 Merchant Street.
V Lease of Kalo Lauds.
By order of the Commissioners of Crown Lands, I will sell at
public auction, at my salesroom,
ON SATURDAY, - - - - MAY 19th,
At 13 o'clock, noon,
THE LEASE OF THE LOIS !
Situated at Waikikl-kai, known as Ksokea, Kobe and Kala
snanamana, containing an area of 9 acres, more or less, de
scribed by survey as follows t
Part 32 and 33. Commencing at the north angle of the lot
at a piece of coral sunk in the earth, the boundary runs along
the land of Mahals a. S 3d 3 15' W 800 feet, theoce along Kanae
aad Manaole'a Und, 8 40 21 W 348 feet, thence along the
bank of an auwai belonging to Macaole and Kanae, N 3a 9 45'
W 055 feet, thence the side of the Kalo land boundary by
Kanae's land. N 40 V X 317 feet, theoce along Uooulu
! 34 3 iO E 747 feet to commencement, area IT acres.
Part 34. Kalamanamana- Commencing at the east ang'e of
this lot on bank cf the stream name Kali a S 70 9 0' W 84 feet
from the west angle of Kobe and Keokea. the boundary runs
along the government land Kahaole. N 65 24' W 372 feet,
UteoaMaloiig fCalusbote, N 64 20 W 371 feet, thencs along
iXanukuaula, S 44 9 20 W 675 feet, thence along Ksmehau,
' 61 K 200 feet, thence along Oaaa , S 4s 40' K S23
feet "to the side of the stream of Kalia, thence north easterly
along the side of the stream 811 feet to commencement, area
1 00-100 acres.
- Said Lois are well adapted for cultivating Kalo or Rice, and
Vill be leased for a term of ten years. Cpset price, $d00.
C. S. BARTOW, AoctV-
BY E. P. ADAMS.
RPrtlll AR PAQH fsAI F I
IIUUUUMII VflVII a L
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 16th,
At hif-rt A. M-, at Salercorn,an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
Fine Prints, Masiics. Linen Drills,
Brown Cottons, White Cottocs, Merino,
Victoria Lava. Silk Handkerchief!,
Hemmed Linen Handkerchiefs,
FELT AND STRAW HATS!
LaHtes' Hose, Men's Pricks,
BrMIes and Bits, Travelling Bags, Etc.,
GROCERIES, FAXCY GOODS, &(. !
K. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
On King Street.
By order of M. Pico, Esq-, executor of the estate
of An tote Manuel, deceased.
ON SATURDAY, : : : : MAY 26th,
At 12 o'clock, M., on the premises. King Street,
will be sold at public auction, all that
Certain Piece or Parcel of Land !
on King Street, near Maunakea. and rfwnti .
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 as unu
sually good ooo for the retaU trade, flan or toe 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
In Ksaa Hawaii.
MONDAY, : : : : : MAY 28th,
AC 12 O'clocU, Xmd,
The undersigned will sell at public auction, at his salesroom,
In Honolulu, by order of W. L. Oreen. administrator of the
estate of Daniel Montgomery, late of Kailua, Kona, Hawaii,
and attorney for Jane Jones, the Heir to the property, tne
'right, title and interest of the said Daniel Montgomery, and
the said heir, to
All that Piece or Parcel of Land,
Situated in the village of Kailua, Kona, Hawaii,
KNOWN AS THE ANDREWS' PREMISES,
Containing 1 43-100 Acres,
With all the Buildings and Improvements Thereon,
And which comprises a Good Dwelling Honse and Store,
which were recenily leased to and occupied by H. N. Green-
well, Esq., at the rent of $240 per annum.
that Piece or Parcel of Land
CALLED IIIEXALOLI 3,
At Kona. Hawaii, situated about 2i miles from Kailua, just
above the government road, and containing 53 acres, more or
less, and more particularly described ia Royal ratent asu
with the Dwelling House and all Improvements thereon. For
further particulars apply to Mr. W. L. Green, or to
E. I. ADAMS. Auct'r.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Maui.
ILL PERSONS HAVING CATTLE,
k. HORSES, Ac, grazing on the Wailuku or Waikapu
Common, are requested to remove the same, if not commuted
for on or before the 1st day of June, 1876. After said date all
Cattle. Ac. found tresspassing will be impounded according to
law. All persons wishing to run cattle, Ac, on said commons.
can do so by applying to
N. B. No driving Horses, Cattle, Ac, or branding allowed
on said commons without the permission of the said Cornwell
A Co., or their authorised agent.
Wailuku. May 22, 1878. my2P tr
OLD CORNER & 37 FORT
Direct from the Manufacturer !
AN ASSORTMENT OP
Smoking- and Chewing
YACHT CLUB, EUREKA,
THREE BLACK CROWS,
PUXCII tfc JUDY,
TIGER and COMET,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
mvo 4t H. J. NOLTE.
LAND IN PALAMA !
AN BE LEASED FOR A TERM OF FIVE
TEARS. This land contains about Three Acres, and is
situated near the road. King Street, opposite the Reformatory
School premises, with a Larpe House, wtiien will be leased
in connection with the land. There is a Carriage Koad leading
from King Street to the house. This land is well adapted for
Kice Culture, and has a good supply of water. For farther
particulars, enquire of C W. MACV,
o28 Guardian for Q. W. Macy, Jr.
H. E. M'lNTYRE & BRO.,
nEG TO INFORM THEIR CUSTOMERS
JLa and the public generally, that they
Have Removed their Grocery & Feed Store
to the mauka store in the Odd Felloics'
(pending the erection of their new building on the old stand,)
where they are prepared as usual to furnish everything in their
BEST QUALITY AND AT FAIR RATES !
ap28 it -
THE UNDERSIGNED. FORMERLT WITH
Mr. Eckart, beys 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 Thoa. Tan
catt.) where he will give special attention to the manufacturing
and repairing of all kinds of Jewelry.
Particular attention given to Shell and Kukul Work.
XT Will guarantee satisfaction in all his work. Xl
Honolulu, Hot. 27, 1879. (no25 6m) WM. M. WENNER.
VISITORS AT HILO. AND PARTIES EN
ROUTK FOR THE VOLCANO, can find
BOARD AND LODGING
AT RKA80NABLE KATES, at the above establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED '
At short notice, and all arrangements made for the trip to the
mountain. (Jy23 ly) C. K. BAPAI.
TIME-TABLE OF THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
MAIICHAXT, : :
May 7 Monday, S p m ''
It Mondy, S m... - Kcsa
21 Moalar 4 dr Hilo
Jane 1 Frxlar. 5 D as NawlIiwUi
Keturninz Sundsv a nt.
4 Monday. 6 n m Circuit of llswaii
11 Monday, 6 P m I"'9
18 Monday. 5 p m Kor.x
Muoday, 6 p m Hi'
On Kona trips the Steamer vr'A go as far as Hoo-palca.
On down trips tie Stmr will cot ieaTe Kawaihae before 10 ua
VI .ti . aa n-r entire aa dd trio. MaaJaea bar not before a.
m. Any change from th-r atoTe rU be airerlised.
Rates of Passage will be
To or from Kaurakakai, Mok.kat $ a 00
LahalDa, Maul w
Maalara.Maui 7 00
Mabuaona, Hawaii 10 00
Kawaihae, 10 00
Kallaa. " 10 00
Kaawaloa, - 10 00
Hilo, li 60
Kau Coast " 100
Cirrnit of Hawaii. Round Trio "0
To or from in? Pr.rt on Kaaai........ ................ (W
Circuit of Kauai, Kound Trip... - u
Drck Passage for oatlres oolr 200
No Credit for Passage Money !
TICKETS AT THE OFflCE ONLY.
in r.rth will be considered as taken until paid for. Not
responsible for baggage unmarked or aDy Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
enriRMT MOEV IL'E ON DEM.tM)
ir-r An effort will be made to have tue eteamer ream aouo
lula on the erening or tne same uay sne leaves aiaui.
SAMUEI. Q. WILDER, Apent.
Office with Wilder A Co., corner of Fort and iueen Streets.
SCHOONER FOR SALE !
THE UNOERSIGNKD OFFERS FOR SALE
FINE SCHR. JOHN YOUNG !
As she now lies, with all her Sails, Rigging and Stores, ready
for sea. For farther particulars appiy to
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
THE SCHR. KAMAILE !
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, as above, nntir '"'j1"
ninin nf Krvieht ana jraasenirers uiacu iu
RATES. . .
P. S. This vessel has just been thoroughly repaired, newly
coppered, and put in perfect order. "P1"
REGULAR PACKET FOR LAIIAINI.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
TilI Run Secularly between This Port and Lahaina,
HoDolnin Saturdays and Lahaina every Wednesday.
058 3m II. HACKFELD A Co., Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
stor.tr. and Phinment of OIL Bone. Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to New uedtora, isosion, new iwi uu
other Eastern Ports. ET Cash Advances mane.
02 ly - V. DKtvun g u.
DISPATCH LINE F0ESANFEAHCISC0.
C. BREWER & CO., AGENTS.
Mnliani1ii received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
(o2 ly) U- Btian sstt J.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
mil E CO-FAItTNERSIIIH IIITIIKKIU
M. existing between the undersigned, has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent.
Honolulu, 2nd April, 1877. apU
-W"V CONVECTION WITH a lltJJ AdUt MU
1 announcement, the undersigned would respectfully give
notice that they have formed a co partnership, and that tne
old business will be carried on at the same premises. King
Street and Esnlanade. under the firm name of West 4 Chay-
ter. All liabilities of West A Coleman will be assumed by the
u. v r ti
J. T. CHATTER.
Honolulu, April 2d, 1877. pl
bt would take this ohi-uki UI Ts.
I of thankine the Dublic generally for the liberal patronage
hitherto bestowed npon me, and, in connection wun my new
firm, would beg a continuance of the same.
Per Coringa, from Boston Direct I
T) A RRELS AMERICAN 1 A tt n n - .utit-
MJt ICAN PITCH. - ra .
m j5 jror caie iy flULiita x vo.
200 Coils Best New Bedford Cordage,
a SSflRTED SlZESi I KUJI 1 1-3S 13111 1
1-2 INCH I
ilk 4 inch.
(my5) For Sale by BOLLES A Co.
NEW BEDFORD WHALE LINE,
CJ EIZING. HOUSELIN, MAKL1. Sf U A
3 TARN, IfC. Ac.
mj5 for sale by uuiLta s co.
NE HUNDRED AND FIPTV BEST NEW
J Bedford Ash Oars sizes from 10 to 22 ftet.
m;5 For Sale by BULi.ts s to.
CASKS PUTTY AND LAMPBLACK,
FOR SALE BY
my& BOLLES A Co.
CASES CORN STARCH,
ntSES LA CROIX CORN. QUARTER
V- barrels Clear Pork, for families; Lewis' Celebrated Meats,
9quds. Tomatoes. Tomato Ketchup. Gerkins, in one gallon
jars and half gallon jars; Clams, Lobsters, Ac, Ac , received
this day and for sale oy
my 5 llULLf.3 & uo.
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS,
ONOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON
TriE B1XK OF C1LIF0BM1, SAX FR1XCISC0,
asn THKIB AGENTS IS
THE 0RIEXTAL B1XK C0RP0RATI0X, L0XD0X,
AXD TBKtR BRANCHES IX
And Transact a General Banking Business. ap21 ly
CHAMP ACrME !
Moet and Chandon, qts. and pts.
Due de Montebello, qts. and pts.
Of THE BEHT QUALITY!
FOR SALE BY
F. A SCHAEFER & Co.
Reg-ular Line of Packets from
fJHIE FINE NEW A I CLIPPER SHIP
03O Tn Register, was to leave Glasgow on Ihe 10th
ultimo ror iioncjuiu. wun tne usual supplies of
LIQUORS. COAL, IRON,
MACHINERY, ETC., ETC..
Particulars of which will be given ia a future advertisement.
She will be due in June next Another fine ship will be
placed on the terth about July or August next, and the
Eskbanlt" is expected to leave Glasgow again in January,
1&73. Freight taken at the usual rates.
For further particulars apply to
GREEN, MACFARLANE A Co., Agents.
N. B. The Agents of the line in Glaseow are Msr. fi
Gray Macfaclane A Co., Victoria Buildings, 4 West Regent St.
rs-UIE f.VUERSKiVKD HIVING BEEN"
SL appointed gr&u i x tie Uawai an Islands for Afpleton's
Takes pleasure ia c !i.-. the tieoti-o cj ;: paVie to th
great eatvri-r:e. wrtrh b-jnrs a Horary into every man's
hteh"M. Tbe Aceriraa Cyr;o;l.a ii t'.e crsndt w. ric
ever pabliihed In Actri-: it is ifse knWjeof the rntcrie
botied down, the tftace -A a. I b fc cryitil sed. It s:and,
on yvcr shtlvts ready u aasrr errry coocvabii tiatsiion.
and givrt in brief parsers jsqj the rwults of ether Ben's ytars
of toi.some inTrtt t n
In this aire no one has liiM to kt amoag the thoomnd
and ooe different works for evtry fact requirrd, evn if the
volumes stand on bis thelvcs; while wish a Cyc'.oi jej a, the
matter in qorsuoa is tound at or.ee. digested, coodettseJ,
stripped of ail that is irrelevant, and vrriftrd by a comparison
of the bes authorities. Moreover. shU compiUlioo has been
performed by special writers, aho sre the highest auihorities
upon the tm jti:is with wbich they dral; so that this work is
the epitnme and ultimatum of all knnwiedf, and prrcla.les
the necessity of hxvii.g other borks. Voa are probably pr-nd-inz
dollar after dol.ar for books which arc only of limited
scope, whereas the saa-e money exp.-oded in the same small
amounts for the American Cy clo.-acia, will purchase a library
It is cot obligatory to take all the volumes now published
upon the first delivery; a volume mey be delivered once a
month, or once in two months, at the option of the suvscrtber,
an4 can be bad In Library 1 rather, half Morocco cr Kossia
bindings, ranging in pi ice rrroo f 4 50 to $11.00 per volume.
We would a!o call attention to Bancroft's
Native Races of the Pacific States,
Acknowledged to be the grauJest work of research America
has ever produced, complete in five volumes, and will be served
to subscribers at (3.00 per volume in sheep.
XT No Library i" complete without the above standard
THRUM & OAT, '
FRESH LOT PER Ml'RRA V, FOR
Hale at Low Prices by (.J 23) UOLLKik CU
MORE RUBBER PAINT. "
A N ASSORTMENT OF COLORS
shades, received per Murray, and or sale by
d23 BOLLES CO.
IX BARRELS AND CASKS.
For sale by
BOLLES A CO.
SMALL CHAINS !
CJIZES FROl l.Ctwl-2 INCH. InQUAN-
BOLLES A CO.
jQIRECT FROM HONGKONG.
40.000 Extra large a:se, and 60 to 100,000
8d Sire, all of the Best quality HARD BRICKS,
will be Sold Low. by
SCOTCH FLAX SAIL TWINE !
A SUPERIOR QIA LITT.
For sale by BOLLES & CO.
November 2i, 1ST6.
NOW LANDING FROM SHIP SYREN !
122 DATS FROM BOSfON,
1nilcoiLSXKW BEDFORD CORDAGE,
W .T 25 coils New Bedford Whale Line, Cutting Falls.
100 bolts Lawrence Mill Cotton Duck, assorted nos. fm 1 to 10,
Uotton, Havens, Duck; Amoskeag UriUtng for boat sails; 150
Ash Oars, assorted sizes from 10 to 22 feet lengths.
For sale at reduced prices by
se30 BOLLES A CO.
pe. R c WyIie Brem(Jn
25 IRON ET0CK ANCHORS, sixes from 80 up to 2,300 lbs
SMALL CH AIN, in quantities to suit, sizes i inch to
u-l or an men,
CHAIN CABLES, 5 8, 3-4. 7 8. 1, 1 1-4, 1 3-8, and 1 5-8
inch. For sale low by
BOLLES A CO.
ICST RECEIVED PER
I INVOICE OK
K A MOI, AN
Ruinart, Pere & Fils Carte Blanche
IN QUARTS AND PINTS.
For sale at Agents' rales, by
H. HACKFELD A Co.,
Sole Agents for Messrs. kuiiurt Here 4- Fils,
NOR' WEST LUMBER
LEWERS AND DICKSON
AT THEIR OLD STAND
Fort, King and Merchant Sts.
Nor' West 1 inch Boards, Nor' West li Plank,
Nor' West li in. Plank; 2, 3, and 4 in. Plank,
Nor' West Tongued & Grooved Boards, l&H
Nor' West Snrfaeed, 1 in. 1 and 1 j.
Nor' West Scantling, all sizes;
Nor' West Timber, all sizes; .
WHITE CEDAR SHINGLES !
Ier II. W. Almy,
A CHOICE CARGO
ll II WOOD 1 1 Mil !
1 inch Boards 14. 1J and 2 inch,
Rough Surfaced, 1 in. 1 J. . 2 and 3 in. of the
Choice lot of Red Wood Shingles,
3x4 Posts. Red Wood; 4x4 Posts. Red Wood;
4x6 Posts Rd Wood all 7 feet long.
Also, Red Wood Split Posts,
AIL SIZES OF REDfl'OODSCAATLIXG
Rough and Clear,
RUSTIC SIDING, CLAPBOARDS,
Tongue and Grooved Board. Red Wood;
Tongue and Grooved Boards, Red Wood, 14,;
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
Nails, Builders' Hardware,
Oil, White Lead. Zinc Paint,
Cnromo Green, Paris Green. Cbromo Yellow,
Red Lead. Black Paint. Varnishes.
Raw and Bmnt Umber, in oilj
Full Asst. of Glass, Putty, &c, &c.
White Ash Plank,
White Eastern Pine,
WALL PAPER AND BORDER!
iS? Orders from the other Islands filled with
care and dispatch.
LEWERS fc DICKSON.
Cflmmf rcial Slbbrrtisfr.
SATURDAY. MAY 12.
rutin or te Moo ros mi Botra or Mar,
1ST7 Ilosoti tc Mm Tim
lat U carter o , aa
12 New Mora 6 M 0 r
1 Fir,! Quarter t Si J rw
2o Fall Mcen tUI r
Tiaior si bisibo tn scmaa.
1 iun rises i MOis; tuo seta...... 6 S1.0 rn
ft Jaa rie......& 29 3 aw; rsa arts 83 S rn
li Sun t.m H 1 ta; aa sets iitra
33 jtan rises. & S3 A aw: un t ...... T i rm
5i an Tit SI t aw; Puo seta S3 t ra
31 Sua ries t Il. aa; Sun sets 6 S3 B r
' CarT.DaitttT. Harbor Master.
ABBAtotxtt.ir haTwg been made, by His Majesty's Consul
General in London, tr the refistrauon of Hawaiian Veaaeto,
under the lotcracttional fiaiul Code System: all owners of
Ilaaaiian Vessels desiricf to avail thetuselres of this adran-
tuge, are requested to cemmunicate with the ondersi(oed.
W. T. A ILK,
Slay lt, 1STT. Collector General of Customs.
Notice is hereby siren that from and after Slay 1st, 1877,
the entire management and control of the Ualeakala Boys'
Boarding School at Makawao. on the Island of Maul, will be
assumed by Mr. F. I- Clarke, the present principal, who will
continue it as a private enterprise, and the Board ol Education
still not be responsible for any debts or charges against the
school, incurred after the date abort named.
By order of the Board of Education,
W. Js Fmith, Bec'y.
Aliiolani Hale, May 1, 1ST7. myS St
s . ,. .
Lcckt. The whaler Facijic, 140 dayi from New
Bedford, arrived at Hilo last week, having taken
.00 barrels of oil and 500 lbs bone on the waj oat,
Worth at last quoted prices in New York about
Not havixq been favored with a card, we are
unable to speak personally of the Amateur
performance at the Rojal Hawaiian Theatre on last
Saturday evening ; but we hope tbat it passed of
to the satisfaction of all parlies concerned.
Pits off tuk UaftsEss. The last mail from
the East brings the intelligence tbat the Rev.
S. B. Treat, for many years Senior Secretary
of the American Board of Commissioners for
Foreign Missions, died suddenly at Boston,
March 28. The Rev. Dr. Alden succeeds to the
A Tipai. Gi age. The government of the United
States having kindly furnished our government
with the apparatus for. a self-registering tidal
guage, the necessary preparations are being made
under the direction of Capt. Jacob Brown for
placing the same at the east end of the Esplanade.
It Is a pity it had not been in position in time to
have recorded the pulsations of the tide on
Ox reading the Rev. Mr. Binghatu'd bo
"ftanuwicn isianus," we were struck: Dy tne 1011
lowing statement made to Admiral Lord Byron byj
tbat gentleman, wbich shows tbat the missionaries 0
that , day did sot approve of any interference oa
the part of their body in the politics of the coun
try : " I stated, on behalf of the Mission, 4
tbat the instructions from the American Board of
Commissioners to us as Cbtistian Missionaries,
forbade our inteiferinq with the civil and political
affairs of the nation." (Bingham, page 269.) As
Christian Missionaries,-' they were forbidden by
their Board to become political firebrands and
turn their pulpit into a "stump." The native
pastors, who have succeeded them, would commit
a great mistake by seeking to make a " stump " of
the pulpit which the Pro to-Apostles of Hawaii
nei, left to them environed by a halo of sanctity.
From tue Crater of Kilacea. Madam Pele,
though rather quiet of late, has by no means
retired from business, and has just given evidence
tbat she has a large stock of earthquakes and
liquid rock on hand for the entertainment andU,
visitors. The Hon. 11.11. Whitney!
uhn ruf n rn pil 4. Invn .imclorilna fritm n -i r I
Hawaii, informs us that tbe old South Lake St
.. . , . ... il
Kilauea, which fur many years has been the prinl
cipal vent of that volcano and the point of attract,
tion for visitors, has become extinct and is now
amass of dead lava, piled . mountain high. Op
Friday the 4th inst., several severe shocks of
earthquake were felt at the volcano bouse (and
also at Hilo at tbe same time) and shortly there
after a brilliant eruption burst out in the S. E. corner
of tbe great pit, and worked its way np into the
extinct crater of " Old Kilauea." Subsequently
the eruption subsided here but broke out again on
Monday the'' 7th in the bottom of the pit, right on
the path from the volcano house to the South Lake.
Mr. Whitney and bis guide walked over that path
early on Monday, where shortly after was a lake cf
fire ! another of those narrow escapes of wbich ther
bave been so" many at Kilauea. The new lake ws
rapidly enlarging its borders, tbe fountains o
liquid fire were playing, Pele's hair flying bout.
and all the wonderful and awe-inspiring phenomena
of an active volcano were in full operation. Now ia
the time to visit Hawaii.
Tidal Phenomena Early on Thursday morning
last it was discovered tbat the tide in tbe harbor
of Honolulu was running out to sea at a great
rate, leaving tbe shore bare several feet lower
than the usual low-tide mark. After an interval
of about twelve minutes, the water returned, and
in much les3 time than it bad occupied in running
out, it was apparently high tide at all points.: But
scarcely bad the water reached its former height J
vii iuc cuuic auu uiuug iuc HumirB, lusu ifc urgnui
again to recede. And this pulsation continued."
all tbe forenoon end during the day, gradually
decreasing in volume until it ceased. The usual
tide was at ebb in the morning when the unusual
phenomena were most marked, and an actual
measurement gave four feet and ten iucbes as the
extreme rise and fall, at a point inside tbe harbor
and near tbe old Custom House. Tidal phe
nomena of a similar character have been recorde
on a number of occasions in these islands in pa?
years. The last one before the present was on the
13th of August, 1868, when the phenomenon wa.-
observed all over tbe islands. At Honolulu tb
Advertiser of the 15th says the tide " rose Ryie
feet and lour inches above tbe lowest marki'
wbich was six inches higher than is reported oVL"'
the present occasion. At Hilo, the tide of 186
carried away a bridge and destroyed a Csh-pond,
which was however tbe only damage reported on
tbe island. Tbe next news from South America
however revealed the fact that the same day or
tbe tidal disturbance here, there occurred a terri
ble earthquake on tbat continent, whereby two
cities in Peru and Ecaudor were destroyed and
30,000 lives lost, and that simultaneously there
were volcanic and earthquake phenomena at New
Zealand and Japan. It is possible that iu tbe
present instance the outbreak may have occurred
iu our own dome. tic laboratory of Hawaii ; but at
all events we may expect to hear from some
where in the Pacific that there bas been a convul
sion of tiature, tbe vibrations of wLich bave
affected the ocean tides.
The steamer Kilauea, which arrived yesterday
morning from windward, reports that the same
phenomena of tides were observed at Kawaihae on
Hawaii, and at Makee'a, Maalaea and Lahaina, on
Maui. Tbe height to which tbe sea rose and fell
at these places is variously stated s.t from six to
twelve feet; but at Kahului, on the windward
side of Maui, it is asserted tht tuts sea retired as
much as twenty-two feet, on a level, leaving bare
tbe usual anchorage of coasters, and in returning
rose above the wharf and flooded the sugar store
houses, damaging some sngar in store.
Tus Kilaica sailed f-.r NswiliwiH last evento.
to return cn SacJiy morcicg. She lea tea for Kona
Ixsoc. Capt L. C. Grry, vhce arrest co a
chargt cf smojrgof cpiuca was ccteJ but week,
was on Tharslty declared itsim and rrmovel to
Hall Sold. Ths GjoJ TeojjJar's Hall at Wai
luku. was eel J at auction oa Satardsy tht 6th lost.
SinJer fereclufure cf nortgsj-, and brought
Mr. Henry Cornwell was the purchaser, and it is
thought that in Lis bands the property will return
a good interest ca the purchase.
Vandalism. Somebody presumably hoodlums
have recently been committing acts of vandal ism,
the result of pure cussednrMi, in breaking benches
and injuring tres in Eoiiua Square. It is fer
vrntly lo be hoped that they may be Caught In
the act, and turned over to the tender mercies of
Fmox Hilo A corrwpcndeot writing wader
date of the 9th iost. ssrs : " Wt are having fine
weather for our crops. Tht Spencer Plantation
finished grioding yesterday ; also a few days since,
the Pauksa Plantation. We havs had within the
past few days several smart shocks of earthquake.
Eilauea is very active, but no light from Mauna
Dkucioi s. Our friend the skipper of the Ac Vie
he modestly objects to seeing his name in priat
left on the sanctum table the other day several
bunches of thoe delicious grapes that glow at
Labaiua. The " second city cf the Kingdom" was
once noted lor the abundance or this Iruit pro
duced there, but King sugar has changed that
now, and elbowed the vine out of prominence.
An Old Kkmiknt. The notice of the death of
D. E. Cuili, which appeared in our last and was
copied from the (Jaiette. contained an error. The
deceased was C9 years of age, having been born
in Churlettown, Mass., In 1808. He came to these
islands in 1825, iu the same ship with the late Dr.
Rooke. and had resided here ever since, 1 period
of fifty-two years.
Tucatke. The Bret appearance of Miss Reua
and Mr. Mseder before a Honolalu audience on
Thursday evening last at the Royal Hawaiian
was a perfect success. The house was filled with a
fashionable and appreciative audience, and al
though our people are not, as a rule, very eaay
to please in matters theatrical, it is safe to say
that in this Instance tbey were decidedly pleased,
with both the principal performers and all con
cerned. The arrangements of the stage also, were
novel and tasty, the garden scene being particu
larly admired. A new and attractive bill is of
fered for this evening (see advertisement) and we
congratulate the theatra-going public npon the
inauguration of a season of chaste and elegant
dramatic entertainments by the talented perform
ers, Miss Rena and Mr. Maeder. .
Jcst received per "City of New York," an
invoice of small rustic cabinet frames to ft the
cabinet pictures of nis late Royal Highness Win. Pitt
Leleiohokn tsken by Dickson. Also on bsnd and
for sale pocket albums. No. 1, containing pictures
of the Hawaiian Kings and Queens from Kameba-
meha 1 to our present beloved Sovereign, Kalakaua.
Nos. 2 and 8 containing Island views and scenes.
16 pictures in each book, a book, weighs only an
01 ; and can be easily mailed to the United States
and Europe giving abroad a good idea of bow the
principal places of interest look here. Also for
sale Fredrick Vehling's borne made matches; they
are excellent and fully equal to the California
block and Boston 8 card matches. Buy, try
and be convinced. Encourage and patronise bome
industries and save money to the country. For
sale at A. L. Smith's cash store, 44 Fort St. (Hono
Day. This national
holiday in commemoration of Kamebameha
'occurs on the 11th of June, and from present
appearances will be celebrated with unusual
Spirit. The grand park which has recently been
laid out by an association of our citizen, between
.Waikiki and Diamond Head, will on that day be
formally opened by His Majesty in person, with
Appropriate ceremonies, and receive its title-
ivt Plr1l . Bt ,
IV.JL ..-.-i- s.
,1 .YxrT:--J,..mi. ..1 i,u . . 1.
no appears eisewuere in w-a ay s issue. , toe
military will be out, accompanied by the Band,
and a salute will be fired by a park of artillery-
Picnics and social parties msy be expected to
abound in tbe neighborhood of the Paik, and we
expect to see a large attendance of pleasure
seekers. Tbe efficient committee of arranrementa
we are assured will furnish accommodations for
ladies, by tbe erection of booths, dc. Full par
ticulars will appear hereafter.
Tbe Qcees's Hospital has been enlarged by the
erection of an additional building, in which foreign
ers are now received, when afflicted with sickness,
while the main building is reserved for the sick Ila-
waiians. It bas been suggested to ns thst charits
members of the community might be hsppy to j
ribute articles of little use to themselves, such as
old pictures, albums, and such bagattlltt, in order
to add somewhat to the comfortable and cheering as
pect of the interior of tht new boilding, recently
erected, in which foreigners, as we have remarked,
are received. A mere trifle oftentimes serves to di
vert the attention cf a poor sick person, whose eyes
and thoughts will remain melted for boors on soma
old picture banging on the wall of tht sick cham.
per, or the chamber of death, as tht cams may be,
We are sure that many of our readers, especially
those of the gentle-hearted and gentle sex, wonld
derive real satisfaction at tbe reflection that some
old picture of which tbey were tired, bad become a
source of distraction or solace near the bedviJe of a
sick or dying fellow being. Those gentle-hearted
people of either sex, bave now an occasion of per
forming a touching work of charity, by contrib
uting some little articles of tbe sort specified to tht
new building lor foreigners, attached to the Queen's
ah Anieresiuig jieiic.
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In examining tbe papers of His la to Highness
Ksnaina, Marshal Parke in bis cspacity of
dministrator came acres a number of cldilme
letters and documents. The most interesting
among these relics of tbe past in Hawaii nei, ia
tbe original of the first Regulations for tbe port of
Honolulu, issued by Kalsimoku, or Billy Pitt,"
as he was called by foreigners. He was tbe
Kuhina Nui or Premier of Queen Kaabumanu,
who at tbe date cl the regulations, (1823), was
orerDUlt'ut of tLe country. Laws In those
were isu-Cu' auJ e'Ced without the tedious
na costiy process ol a Legislative Assembly.
I The following is tbe document in question, which
c has Leert rip nGRiti'il In tfl0 fntiaarivn
f r V .VVUWJ y
OAHoo, June 2d, 123.
1 All Commanders of Teasels arriving at this
Island are to produce their certificate of Registry
to the I'ilot or port Captain, also a litt of tbe
crevr, aad no seaman is to be left on tbe Inland
without the consent of the Governor in writing,
under a penalty of 30 dollars for each person so
2 s-No vessel to leave the harbour until a certifi
cate from tbe Harbour Master is granted certifying
tbat tbe Port Regulations has fie been complied
with ; for which he is to demand one dollar.
3 Seamen deserting will be taken up and kept
at hard labor for six month.
4 Commanders of vessels are to give imme
diate notice in Case of any of tbeir crew deserting,
that they may be apprehended, for which the
Governor U to receive eix dollars fcj each person
Ships enterin? its harbour for the purpose of
refresh! 0 2 or reuttiog only, to pay tbe following
rites: 1'or tbe outer harbour. C cents per ton;
for the inner baibour 10 cents per ton.
Ships entering the barbour for the purpose of
trading to pay tbe following rates : For tbe outer
harbor, 60 centd per ton, ; for the loner barbour,
68 cents per Jon.
' Kabaiuoei;. (Seal)
Tuan ureat powers -England. Russia and tb
United States, bave a decided reason to dealr I
become poessd oi lie Hawaiian Islands. AH
three must now look forward to a peilcd, not far
distant, when the canalisation or the Isthmus of
Dsriea shall completely alter lie condition cf the
Parlflc. The position cf the Hawaiian Islands
will then be of the highest Importance. Of the
three nation la question, that on if them wLUh
would possets lure islands would bave the ad
vantage ever the other two, so as completely to
command tbe North Pacific. Russia, la particular
would bs l.lwly to look upon thw Hawaiian Isl
ands with greedy eyes. At present Russia's frets
are conBoed to the remote barber ! CastwfS)
Siberia and Ksmscbalka. She has relinquished
ber fooling ca North America, and the baa 00
other ports than those remote ones of Eastern Si
beria in tbe Pacific, north or south. Ia a war with
Great Britain ber Pacific fleets would be aloiuat at
the mercy of tbat power, as she now stands on Pa
cific waters. But lb case would be far different
did she pvaaeaa a strongly fortiftal harbor of
refuge for ber Pacific fieeis in these islands. Then
she could menace wlih aa attack all Ihe Pacific
posaeaaions and colonies cf Great Britain, In tint
of war between the two powers.
England would not have so strong a motive
from a strategic point of view aa Russia, to dealra
the possession of the liswslisn Iilaads. But il
tulsht become a question ol policy with ber to
setae them, in order to prevent Rusala from get
liug bold ol them. Then tbe United States would
have well founded reasons to desire not to tee
these islands fall Into the power either ol England
or Rusaia, and to exclude both, the policy might
force itaelf upon that country to annex them to
the Union. At the present lime people may smile
at tbe idea of the United States wanting to lake
the Hawaiian Islands. But let the necessity some
how occur, as occur it might, and we can compre
hend with what alacrity the government of the
Union would strive to outwit and anticipate Eng
land or Rusaia or both, In any attempt to occupy
these islands. Just now there Is question of Can
dia and the Suei Canal being seised by Great
Britain ; while tbe Czar seems bent on the occupa
tion of Bulgaria. Why then sbould It be strsnga
or absurd to suppose that Russia may make a
swoop with ber Pacific fleet upon these Islands, if
the war becomes general! Without wishing to '
become an alarmist, we can see thst the position
of theso islands is critical enough at the present
conjuncture. Rusaia is an aggressive power, that
stops at nothing to accomplish ber own ends.
Wbat cunning diplomacy has not Russia etbiblted
in the present conjuncture, when in order to at
tack Turkey with impunity, she has forced round
the other European powers to ber views, although
It Is notorious tbat England and Austria, and per
haps France, desired to avoid an outbreak of war
between Russians and Turks. If, then, the subse
quent course of events should lead to a general
war, in which England and Russia would b
brought front to front upon the battle-field, wa are
fully prepared not to be astonished at all event
to tee the Russian war-vessels in tht Pacific tela
upon tome part of these islands, as a harbor of
refuge for their cruisers. While, with an eyo to
tbe future, and especially the condition of the
North Pacifio after tbe canalisation of Darlen, It
might be very difficult to induce Russia to with
draw. If she once paloed a fooling on these isl
ands, even after the ultimate settlement of peace.
Hence, we await the drnoueinrrd of this Eastern
Question as it now atsnds, with something mora
than ordinary curiosity, as it is impossible to fore
see bow far it may Influence tbe destinies of even
these remote Pacifio Isles of Hawaii Del.
A neat circular bas been sent us from tht Uale
akala Boys' Ssbool. In reading It over, wt art
impressed with the many advantages enjoyed by
tbe pupils at that school for fitting themselves for
lives of usefulness. While they enjoy a One cli
mate, good and abundant food, careful manage
ment In tbe matter ol cleanliness and comfort In
their rooms, the system pursued In tht school
room and out of doors is one that cannot fall lo
develop them physically and morally, so tbat all
tbat Is good la brought out, and evil tendencies
and associations checked aud removed.
By personal Inspection of the school we bar
sstinQed ourselves that II Is Indeed a " bome " for
boys, and In every respect those who are lortunaU
enough to receive Us privilege t, art better off than
almost anywhere else.
Tbe price of board and tuition, forty dollars per
annum, seems to us very smsll, but wt IcfA
sured tbat by prudent management, It Is sufficient
to meet tht expenses for food, etc. At ihe same
time we can fully appreciate the Importance fit
having each one pay promptly for tht aakt of
having their children taken cart of. Wt commend
tbe institution to our many readers, at a home for
tbeir children wbero they will grow Into useful
Circuit Court of Hawaii, Hay Term.
Mr. Justice McCully presiding, assisted by Clr-
i.Atift T .1 iv A T.virtn T!i fr.lm. Inr In If.i
c""e" i , , . , , ,
Vlira ib. mil, uuuiKruirnuir, ACtiuilieu. At
orney General for tht Crown, Mr. Cecil Brown for
Rex vs. Kul, larceny. Nolle proa, entered. At
torney General for the Crown, Mr. Cecil Brown
Kex vs. Waiwalole, adultery. Case continued.
Rex. vs. Kaaibue. furnishing liquor to natives.
Acquitted. Attorney General for tht Crown. Mr.
Cecil Brown for prisoner.
Rex vs. Enoka, furnishing liquor to natives. Ao-
quitled. Attorney General for tbe Crown, Mr.
Cecil Brown for prisoner.
Rex vs. Kanealilwablce, (w) perjury. Noll
pros. Attorney ueneral for tbe Crown.
Kex vs. lokopa. sexual Intercourse with a sit I
under 14 years of age. Guilty. Seateaced to one
year's Imprisonment at hard labor and costs. At
torney Genersl for the Crown, Mr. Kalaaukant for
Kex vs. lokopa, malicious Injury, flullly. On
week's imprisonment at bard Ubor r.nd coats. At
torney General lor tht Crown, Mr. Kalaaukant tor
Rex vs. Walau. furnishing liquor to natives.
Guilty. Fined fifty dollars, or In default thereof,
to imprisonment at bard labor fur threa months.
Attorney General for the Crown, Mr. Cecil Brown
far prisoner. k
Ilex vs. Nakanaks, fornication. Ilea of guilt v.
Sentenced to psy a fio of twenty dollars. Attor
ney General for the Crown.
Rex. vs. A. 8. Nichols, famishing liqaor to na
Rex. vs. Waiong, violating opium law. No ap
pearance. Bond forfeited.
Keomakani vs. J. B. Host. Assumpsit.
Mr. Cecil Brown for plaintiff. Judgment for
Kamaha vs Kua, libel for divorce. Absoluts
decree granted. Mr. Cecil Brown fur libellaot.
llapai vs. Ilapal, libel for divorce. Mr. Cecil
Brown lor plaintiff. Absolute decree granted.
Jtiniakua vs. Punloai, libel for divorce. Mr.
Cecil Brown for libellant. Continued till November
Ksoekspolei vs. Kahut, libel for divorce. Cast
continued to November Term.
Ksuilanl vs. Kspua. libel for divorce. Cast con
tinued till November Term.
Tbot. Clark vs. Ktino Clark, libel for divorct.
Decree absolute granted. Mr. Cecil Brown fur U
John Bell vs. Kswaiala, libel for divorce. Decree
absolute granted. Mr. Cecil Brown fur libellant.
F. Moran vs. Was. Makioi, crlra. ton. Cast dis
continued. Mr. Cecil Brova for plaintiff.
Manaole vs. Jot Flares, action oa tht esse. JuJg
ment of SCO for plaintiff. Attorney General for
plaintiff, Mr. Cecil Brown for defendant.
Mills vs. Hslemanu, assumpsit. Cos tinted till
Dr. Oliver vs. Rev. Chas. Pousot, la arbitration.
Award for defendant Attorney General for defend
ant, Mr. Cecil Brown for plain tiff.
lore Kaaikoshine, District Justice. Hi dalles
as Juigs In criminal cases being explains! by Jus
tice McCully, bt was discharged.
Dr. Talmags't sermons art now prtated regal
arly in tight American and Canadian Journals,
and ia five British and two Colonial Journals, all
t different dBorsifts.Uoo.a