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BY C- S. BARTOW.
FURNITURE SALE !
ON THURSDAY, JULY 12th,
I At 10 o'clock, A. M.at the
RESIDENCE OF IrlR. FRANK BROWN,
I On Richard Street, near note), will be sold,
AM the Furniture of said Residence,
I Comprising a Yariety of
Parlor, Bed Room and Kitchen
C. 8. BARTOW, Anet'r.
Lease of crown lands
B order of the Commissioners of Crown Lands, I w
By oraer AucUod, at my Sales Boom,
111 tell t
ON SATURDAY, JULY 21st,
At 12 o'clock, noon, the Lease or the
AHUPUAA OF KAWAIHAE-UKA !
F a Term of Ten Tears. TJpset Price, $300 per annum.
ALSO, THE FISH POND,
Contalniifc.at Area of 15 Acre., situated at Kapaiama,
- Kona, Oahu, for a term of ten years. Upset price, S 100.
G. S. BABTOW, Auct'r.
ALL, PERSONS HOLDING LEASES OF
lands, psrcels of Unas, or home lots, the property or H.
H R. KeeUkrt inl, wheresoever the same are situated on these
Sand, are hereby notified and required to promptly pay all
uaa, u . ii . hi. office in KmaJconua.
xtewuuiu, , after inch rent mar
t m notice 10 r my- . - j-
ksmVdue, wiU operate as a forfeiture of the lease.
' ' Alisons whomaoerer, who may heretofore haye been ap
iniedMljnd A genu or Luna, by Bis late Boyal Highness
,W. P. Leteioiioku, are hereby notified that their several ap
pointment, are revoked. , . . . . T
f SIMON KALOA KAAI,
' " Business Agent of H. H. B. Keelikolani.
I Honolulu, June 19th. 1877. jn33 2m
.jT r : '
O E5 1ST "SJST
wjsROM THE UNITED STATES AND EU
i F B.OPK, Direct, as prescribed and recommended by toe
fir. Medical Authorities Tix :
Preparations, (not patent) for Debilitated Constitutions, DIs
Bark; Beef Iron an-l Wit.e, Gentian and Iron, Wine or Pep
sin. Valerianate of Amniunis for nerrous disorders, e.,&c.
" PoreCarbolic Acid, Chloral Hydrate, Pure Glycerine, Cough
Lozenges, PaatiUes, (very excellent, for affections of the
throt; Cod LiverOil. tasteless; Inhalers, Prepared French
Blister. Sponges, Antl-aathmatic Cigars, Capsules, Arnica
and Porous Plasters, Variety of Sugar-coated and Gelatine
Pills, BreaH Glasses, Syringes, Medicinal Extracts, assorted;
a. : . i i u. intimnil Trniuea. Fanneu. Boudoir
Paper, Ivory Teething Rings, and a general full assortment of
I Genuine and Reliable Medicines !
FIAEST PERFUMERY ASD TOILET ARTICLES !
? From the B:st Sources in the World, direct.
P - Brushes, Combs, giwhets, Soap., Smelling Bottles, Bay Bum,
t 'chesp and excellent; Cosmetics, Toilet Powder. Centennial
t Perfumery, awarded the Golden Medal; Florida Water,
t i Tooth Powder, Bosoooot, arc.. sc., wdoih, ovjj
I JsmeTled. FIXE VIENNA SOAIPS. Colgate's and
i iinivs nr.MIINE SOAPS, and a great many
other Fine Articles, for sale at
H DR. HOFFMANN'S DEUO STORE.
N. B. Orders answered with care and dispatch. jmyS qr
The Challenge Standard
r - flMIEONLT SEL.F-REGUL.ATING AVIND-
A 1 MILL in the World, and when material used, Power,
f i Workmanship and Durability are consldered.lt is acknowl
r edged to be the
'CHEAPEST AYIXD-MIll NOW IS USE
i . - We are the ONLY Manufacturers In the World oT
;the double-header wind-mill
1 ' For power purpose, such as running Custom
I Grist Mills and Feed Mills.
j ALWAYS VICTOBIOUS AT FAIRS
' And Practical Teats.
THE ABOVE MILLS, IN VARIOUS SIZES,
Fr Irrlgatlea and Pamplag uater rr
Stoet Farms r Family Use. .
fT Two of the latter are now here and can be seen on ap
plication to the undersigned.
t For farther particulars, address
CHALLENGE MILL CO.,
' Batavia, III., U. S. A.
- Or JAMES S. LEMON,
Hoaolala, II. I- J"28 ly
Let tlie Galled Jade Wince !
A TRIAL is the ONLY TEST.
Great Reduction in Price !
EH i SUM WATEiiJ
A Fine UantiDg Case Waltham SUrer Watch for' 1 1 B
M.U mt U , W M lg
t U M W 20
Gold Watoh for TO
w u . a u go
u u m 90.
- ' - Ladies' Gold Watch, . ... .50
W U U U UK 55
All mf the above Mara mt Elgla aad Walthnoa
? : Watelsea, will be eald at the abere
; j Price fr the aext 60 Days. .'
JCvtry ATateh Gaaraateed mr the Meaey
J7LrntIt is Miglity and
i- - will prevail.
- juW St
T I CE!
We, the rJaderUgaed,
WISE. M SPIRIT MEMHASTS,
I TTJEREBT GIVE NOTICE, THAT AFTER
KM. JCNB Seta;, 1877,
We ShaU Collect Our Bills Monthly,
Instead of quarterly, as heretofore.
, "(Signed.) " BROWN CO.,
4 CUAa-LONQ. '
tl ,dHonolola, Jnne 1st, 1377. . . ju2 2m v
BY E. P, ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON FRIDAY, : : : JULY 13th,
At half-past 9 A. M., at Salesroom, an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
- - j " .-.
Namely Amoskeag Denims, Amoskeag Sheeting,
Boott Mai. White Cotton,
American and English Prints,
Calico Shirts, Denim Shirts, SUk Handkerchiefs,- -Casslmere
Pants, Wool Shawls, Turkish Towe's,
Blankets, Fine White Shirts, Merino Undershirts,
Ladies Hose, Men's Socks, Bridles and Bits,
Umbrellas, Cotton and Linen Thread, Ac. Ac.
GKRO CERIES, &c
Yarmouth Corn, P. A M. Yeast Powder,
Soda Crackers, Golden Gate Peaches,
Pie Fruits, Pickles, Sardines,
McMurray Oysters, Lobsters. Salmon,
Tobacco, Hams and Baoon, 4-e. '
ALSO, IN BOND. .
CHINA TOBACCO !
E. P. ADAM3, Auctioneer.
Mortgagees' Sale of
REAL ESTATE OX EMMA STREET !
3Ir. E. P. Adams is Inslrucfed to SeU at Public
Auction, at his Sales Room,
ON SATURDAY, JULY 21st,
A 12 O'clock, NmSi ,
That Valuable Property,
ON EMMA STREET,
KNOWN AS THE CHUNG HOQN PREMISES
Terns at Sale.
B3T For particulars, apply to E. PRESTON, Solicitor, 29
Fort Street, or
Em P. ADAMS. Anct'r.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom, . C. HOBKON will act for me under a power
Honolulu, June 20, 1877. (ju23 3t) T. H. BOBROX.
Notice in the Estate of Achuck, Deceased.
I, CIIINO HUNG, OF HONOLULU, DO
hereby give notice that no debts will be incurred against
the estate or Achuck, recently deceased in China, formerly a
partner in the firm of Afong if Achuck, without my written
approval; and that I shall, nuder a power of attorney from
the said Achuck, and as the executor named in his will, take
charge of his estate until receiving the further authority of
Honolulu, June 29. 1877. ( jn30 41) CUING HT7NG.
TRUTH WILL TELL !
THE UNDERSIGNED IS NOT
the SOLK AGENT of the Waltham or any
1 J2 American Watch Ccmpany, but is prepared
3 to sell all Watches, and especially those of
American Manufacture, on the lowest possible terms; to prove
the above statement he only asks the public to price his stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
WALTHAM WATCHES A SPECIALTY.
A well selected stock of Clocks always on hand. All kinds
of Gold and Kukui Nut Jewelry manufactured to order on
short notice. Diamond Setting in all its Branches, Engrav
WATCHES AND CLOCKS REPAIRED
In the Best Workman-like manner, and warranted to rive
juw - v. w. uLAiia, mercnani etreei.
LABOR CONTRACTS !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE HAD PRE
pared by competent legal authority, with special refer
ence to the Master ani Servant Laws now in force in this
BLANK FORMS OF LABOR CONTRACTS !
Suitable for alt cases, which they would now offer for sale to
those desiring to employ servants, with the full assurance
that they are the only forms 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. GCLICK,
Agents to take Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor,
District of Kona, Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, May 8th, 1877. myl2 tm
A PLEASANT. HARMLESS. NON.INTOXI-
X. CANT, a refreshing drink for warm weather, with posi
tively no mineral acids or other deleterious substances. Man
ISRAEL FISHER, No. 2 King St., Honolulu.
. The following Certificate, from a medical man, speaks for
HONOLULU, March 17th, 1875.
HAVING EXAMINED THE CHAMPAGNE
M.M. CIDER, made by Messrs. Fisher & Bon, of this city, I
find it entirely free from any deleterious ingredient. On the
contrary, Its component parts comprise a beverage which I
have never seen equaled for it. anti-billions, tonic and invigo
rating properties, l nave used it myself as a cholagogue, and
x nave prescrioea lis use lor my patients. 1 cooneDd it un
hesitatingly as a refreshing and an eminently healthy drink
for our tropical climate. I consider it the best thing of the
una tnat i ever met witn. u. T. ontf LKi, M. v.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, )
ISLAND OF OAH0. J 83
On this 18lh day or March, A. D. 1875, personally appeared
before me Geo. T. Shipley, known to me to be the person de
scribed in and who executed the annexed Instrument, who
acknowieagea to me mat ne executed toe same freely and vol
antarily, and for the use and purposes therein set forth.
CHA8. T. GULICK,
my26 6m Notary Public.
OTffE RIDG MOUSE !
KEA TAKEKUA. BA YUA WAIl.
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS ARE
noted the world over for their nnrivaled salubrity of
cnmaie. venaiu racauues in ine group are espeo
ta11 fmVAPMl In t h 1. WAV Th. Taft AT ITm- am
the leewarl aide of Hawaii, baa long been famed as a place of
resort for invalids wltr :--onchitaJ, or lung diseases. -With Its
nil r, IflJ WTi t trl Bbnna W 1 ...
- n .uwiim iiccuwi I rum
.torm. or high wiods, with Its porous soil which, with an ita
t i.fibi-t.vu, iciwim uu uiupotn auavieius nomaiaria, sou
with an unvarying temperature that of the American or
Southern European June ALL THB YEAR BOUND, the
climate of Kona is one of the healthiest and most luxurious on
The undersigned, at his house at Kaawaloa.a house use-qualed-ia
the district for aiae, cleanliness, eommodiontness,
and thoroughness of furnishing, is prepared to give boarders
excellent room, ana ail obtainable comforts In the wst or diet
THERE ABB FRESH WATER BATHS
on the premises, and line sea bathing within a short distance.
The steamer Kilauea and the schooner. V llama and Prince, run
regularly between Honolulu and the Kaawaloa landing.
The undersigned employs no agents nor runners. Hit bouse
peaks for itself upon inspection. A. A. TODD.
Kaawaloa, Ksalakekua Bay, Kona, Not. 18, 1878. dlo
IRECT FROM HONGKONG.
40.000 Extra large aise, and 60 to 100,000
3d SUe, ail at the Beat quality HARD B KICKS, and
will be Seld Lew, by
THE HAWAIIAN HOT
pUE PROPRIETOR HAVING OB
L taioed a new lease of this
33 3La 33 3t-tf T SOTBIi
WUl spare o pains to make it
First-Class in Every Particular !
Celtaces by the Sea Side fmr the Aeceassse
. dall.a fG.eti.
Carriage and Saddle Horses at Short Notice.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
CITY of NEW YORK,
WILL BE DUE FROM AUCKLAND
And will LEATE HON OLrLU FOR SAN FRANCISCO
On or about July 17th, 1877.
For Freight and Passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD a CO., Agents.
ZT Goods for Shipment per Steamer can now be stored in
the Steaaaer's Warehouse Free of Storage. - . .
Fop S ART FltAiciSCO !
THE FINE AMERICAN BARK
MARY BELLE ROBERTS!
"Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Fort
For freight and passage apply to
Jy7 H. HACKFKLD A Co, Agents.
For Portland. Oregon !
The Hawaiian Bark
Will have Quick Dispatch for Above Fort
Having the greater part of her cargo engaged. ' . - .
Jn30 . GREEN MACFARLANE ir CO. -
FOR SAUr Fit A CISCO.
THE A 1 AMERICAN BARKENTINE
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Fort.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
ju30 H. HACKFELD fc CO., Agents.
FOR SAIV FliAIVCISCO.
THE FINE BRIG
Will have quick Dispatch for above port
For Freight and Passage, apply to
JuSC C. BBBWER if CO., Agents.
For Portland. Oregon.
THE FAST SAILING BARKENTINE
Jane JS. Fctlkinbur,
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Fort !
ET 'or Freight or Passage apply to
ju30 CASTLE & COOKE. Agents.
TIME-TABLE OF THE '
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
REYNOLDS, t :
July 9 Monday, 6 8:30 p m... ........ Circuit of Hawaii
July 18 Monday, 6.80 p m.... ""xll
July S3 Monday, 6:80 p m Kon
July 30 Monday, 6:30 p m ...HUo
August 8 Wednesday. 6:80 p m Circuit of Kanai
(touching at Nawiliwill first)
August 13 Monday, 6:80 p m Circuit of Hawaii
August 20 Monday, 6:30 p m -Hilo
August 27 Monday, 6:30 p m Kona
(Subject to such changes as may be msde after the
arrival of the new steamer from California.)
On Kona trips the Steamer will go as far as Hoopuloa.
On dotvn trips the 8tmr will not leave Kawaihae before 10 a. m ;
Makena as per notice on up trip, Maalaea Bay not before 7 a.
m. Any change from the above will be advertised.
Paten nf Pfl.iisa.frA will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai $ 6 00
Lahalna. Maul .- 6 00
..... o uu
Mahukona, Hawaii ................... . .
Platens, mam.... ...... ......
IT.n (Wt .-.................
n:..nit nf TIw.i! Ronnd TriD. ......... . ............
To or from any Port on K:uai
Circuit or K.auat, ouna inp....
i)nv Piuut tor natives only
- No Credit for Fassage Money l.f;
TICKETS AT THE OFFICE ONLY.
. .. ... . .Va Mn.11 viaiit fnr. T8tt
responsible for baggage unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receiptea ior.
FREIGHT MONET HUE u ''u
iy An effort will be made to nave the Steamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUEL G. WILDER, Agent.
Office with Wilder & Co., corner or Fort and Queen Streets.
mh25 . J '-
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI.
THE SCHR. KAMAILE !
CLUNEY, Master,, ? J
Will have regular dispatch for Kauai, as above, until farther
notice. XT Freight and Passengers taken at tue JUJW .sx
BATES. BOLLE3 & CO., Agents,
in o T.;. mi has Inst been thorouehlv repaired, newly
. T ..r r". ,.i. . nl s
copperea, laa put iu h
REGULAR PACKET FOR L All AIM.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Ran Regularly between This Port aad Lahauu,
Haiolili Saturdays aid LaBalia eTeryWedieada?.
fi&g 3m H. HACKFELD ft Co., Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU FACKET1INE !
' C. BREWER 4k CO., AGENTS
Favorable arrangements can always be made for
Storaare and ShiDment of Oil, Bone, Wool, Hides
and other Merchandise to Hew wearora, nosion, new xorc ana
other Eastern Ports. fjT Cash Advances made.
o2 ly . .- C. BREWER ft CO
DISFATCH LINE FOE SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER Ai CO., AGENTS.
Merenandlse reeerrea bivuaus i&is ana
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. (o2 ly) . C. iJKJsr Jttt at uu.
UtR. II. J. AGNEW IS ADMIT
XT M. member of this Firm. datinB: from - April
Sign . DILLINGHAM VO.
Honolulu, May 24th, 1877. , sny28 8m
Horn's Elegant Dining and Ice Cream
Rooms, No. 45 Hotel Street.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS TO NOTIFY
his customers and the public generally, that he has taken
the commodious premises directly opposite hi. old stand, for
merly known as the " Canton UoUl," where he Is prepared to
carry on the business of a ,
First Class Restaurant !
CT WILL OPEN ON MONDAF, JCNE 4.
and wBl serve the Choicest Viand, and Refreshments that the
market affords, wlih perfect cleanliness and neatness. 8ingle
meals served at any hour of the day or evening.
4LWAT3 OJT HATD - x - -
Iced Ginger Beer, Soda Water & Lemonade.
Honolulu, June 2d, 1S77. .juam
A TRACT OF LAND CALLED KA
Zl. IAJA, on Molokai, tbree-quarters or a mile trot
miles long, with two acre, of Kalo Patches. One large
one smalt dwelling house. Urge chicken coop, Ac Two acres
fenced. Price, ftl.SOO. Enquire of L. BITCHABD, on the
premises; or at J. I. Dowsett's office, Queen Street, Honolulu.
my28 8m : .
IRON WATER WHEEL FOR SALE.
MANUFACTURED BY THE MeONIE'S,
in Glasgow. The wheel is in perfect order, and almost
new; is 24 feet in diameter by 3 feet on the face. There are
two spare sections of aide plates of buckets belonging to it.
For further particulars, terms, c apply to
ir. wiuhT. Konaia, uawau,
ialS . or to J. X. WATERHOUSE, Honolulu.
'Wars and Rumors of War."
Now is the Time to Subscribe
v"; - - for - - . - .';
AMERICAN and FOREIGN V "
.-.I- . MAGAZINES, NEWSFAPERS,
- . ' And Other PERIODICALS,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
. Public thai they are prepared at all times to attend to
all orders in their line. .
PERIODICALS SENT FOR TO ORDER.
PAPEKS DELIYEBED FREE OF POSTAGE
- to any part of the Islands. - .
Eastern American Papers
N V Herald.. .......... $5 00'N Y Nation .'...$8 00
N Y Tribune.. 4 00 NB Standard 4 0O
Springfield Republican.. 6 00 N B Shipping List 6 00
Army and Navy Journal. 8 00 j The Capital, Washington 6 00
Detroit Free Press 4 00:
Hsrpet's Weekly $6 00 III London News. .......14 00
Leslie's IU Newspaper... 6 00 Harper's Basar 6 00
Leslie's Budget of Fun.. 2 60 Leslie's Chimney Corner. 6 00
Jolly Joker 2 60' London Punch. 8 CO
Scientific Am Supplement 0 00 , Scientific American 4 60
London Graphic, including extra numbers for the year... 16 00
N Y Ledger $4 60 N Y Weekly
Phil Saturday Night 4 60 ! Boston True Flag..'..
Waverly Magazine, parts................. .........
N Y Journal of Commerce$4 00 London Economist. ..
Hunt's Financial Chron.'.H 00 ; Boston Com'l Herald.
8 F Commercial Herald and Market Review..
Bell's Life in London ...$13 OOlWild Oats....... $5 00
N Y Clipper 0 00 N Y Spirit or the Times. 0 00
N Y Illus, Timas... 6 60The American, Dramatic. 6 60
Am Agriculturist..... $2 50
Cala. Uorticulturalist. 3 50
Rural New Yorker.
Paeific Rural Press.
.... 6 00
....$5 00 1 Weekly Alia.
.... t 60 1 Examiner....
..... 8 00 i Chronicle....
The Australasian, wky..$10 OOlTown fc Country Journl.$3 00
111 Sydney News.. 4 00 Sydney Herald, sum'y, ea z
Journals for the Young.
St NicholasJ $3 601 Nursery $2 60
Youth's Companion 3 00 Wide Awake 3 00
Periodicals of Fashion.
Harper's Bazar $5 00
Demorest's Monthly 6 00
Leslie's Lady's Journal.. 6 00
Godey's Lady Book $4 60
Leslie's Lady Magazine. 6 00
N Y Independent $4 60! Christian Union..
The Advance.... 450 NY Observer....
N Y Evangelist 4 50, N Y Tablet ,
The Christian Weekly
. 4 60
..$15 00! Saturday Review $12 00
.. 10 00 Punch 8 00
.. 13 00 London Pall Mall Gazettel2 00
London Art Journal. ...$14 00 London Society $0 00
Cornhlll... 0 OO: Chamber's Journal o uu
AU the Year Round 0 00 Blackwood's 6 00
Belgravia 6 00 j Tea pie Bar 6 00
London Quarterly 4 00: Kdinburgh Quarterly.... 4 00
North British Quarterly. 4 00 The Sugar Cane 6 00
Harper's Illustrated . . .
..$5 00;BralthwaRe's Retrospect
.. 6 00jCaliforniaMallBag.....
.. 0 00 .The Hub, (Coachmaker.
.. 0 00 'Record or the Year
.. 5 00 Popular Science........
Scribner's Illustrated . .
.. 6 00 Leslie's Popular Monthly 4 00
Appleton's Art Journal
of America 10 50
Uber Land nnd Meer.
.$0 60lDaheim.'. ....
. 6 60!Leipzio III Zcitung..
. 0 00 j Leslie's 111 Zeilung..
. 6 00
.. o uu w uazar.
Nachrichten nnd Deutschland
Honolulu Papers at Publishers' Rates.
Haying Wide Awate Agents in San Francisco
Subscribers are assured of their being earlier and more prompt
recipients or tneir rertoatcais tnan tbrough any other source.
Subscribers are requested t& particularly
note the following , rules tchich, in
. :. order to insure promptness on
our part must be strictly ad
Ho' Snhcriptions Imii for Less Ths One fear,
Payable invariably in advance, i. e., at the close of the quarter
during which such have been received or ordered. All sub
scriptions unpaid at the end of the month following the qnar
um ruDiwuigni will oe retained nntil me asms is settled
tor; out no subscription is stopped unless it is so ordered. It
is always assumed that- a Subscriber will notify when he
ET Periodicals to be discontinued or changed must be ad
visea aneaa, or au received after the time desired will be
charged at Counter Betail Bates, as from the low margin on
the News Subscription Business, it is impossible to assume
from one to three months publications beyond a Subscription
UUVVU MK W MIL Ul lUrCHgUl 1X1 OlUerS.
WE HATE 05 DA3TD 1 LARGE it VARIED STOCK
Blank Books, Chromos, Scrap Pictures,
Fancy Goods, Sheet Musicj
Best Violin and Guitar Strings,
13 A S E 13 ALl'GrOODS!
.; . Consisting of j ''
Peek Snyder's "Professional Dead Red T?li.
Harwood's and Carr's "Red Stocking," "Atlantic," "Cock of
tne win," ana "Junior" Base Bails, . .
Spring, Ash, Cedar and Pine Bats,
Umpires' Guide and Base Ball Rules, 4c, 4 c, Jto. .
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVlNO BEEN
appointed Agents tot the Hawaiian Hands for Appleton's
Takes pleasure in calling the attention M the public to this
P ,."?ien2ewn,cn brinK UbrrT Into every man's
household. The American Cyclopaedia is the grandest work
SlfiLF ,nJimericai 11 ,B 'he knowltdgeof the centuries
"TDC? of a" book cryUied. It stands
. . . cry ajoceivaoie question.
and gives in brief paragraphs the rcsulu f other men's years
In this am tin nn. hmm ia - .
. . . " . - Mwnr uu (nousaua
r: - waw wun a cyclopaedia, toe
iJI .. m Tcrmcu uj a comparison
of the best authorities. Moreover, this eomniLaiion h.. tn.
!! J'!CU1.k riterl' ho are "e highest authorities
anon ths fnhtfeli with h;.h flkM -1 . . ...
, - j ma iqis wore is
the epitome and ultimatum of all knowledge, and precludes
the necessity of having other books. You are probably Vnend-
. " r 7. " wuicu veoniyor nmitea
scope, whereas the same money expended in the same small
amounts for the American Cyclopedia, will purchase a library
It ia not obligatory to take all the volume, now published
. ' j ' - -.-, .uc vtntuu Uio saoscnoer,
and can be had in Library leather, half Morocco or Roesia
iMnilinM MH.tn. nnu f . . n a a., ma
BMmtll. APAHt In tA nuuitlia . . .h . - . . l . .
-"-"- " iiomi to aiiAiw 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
pas ever produced, complete in 0 ve volumes, and will be served
to subscribers at $0.00 per volume ia sheep.
tJT No Xabrarr is comnlete without the above tandard
THRUM & OAT,
qr . HONOLULU.
Commercial )jk xtmx.
Paiais or the Moo fob thb Hoiti or Jclt,
1877 Houolvlv Mian Timb.
July S Last Q. natter...... 10 30.8 am
10 New Mortf. 11 35.9 AM
17 First Quarter 2 41.4 am
24 Full Moon 48.3 rs
Julv 1 Sun rises..... .525 3 am; 8aoieu 6 4Ur.
8 Sun rise. 6 27 3 am; Sun .et.......0 41.3 r
15 Sun rise. 6 30.0 ami Bun sets 6 40 0 PM
22 Sun rise. 6 34.1 am; Sun sets 0 S8.1 PM
29 Sun rises 6 36 0 am; Sun set. 0 36.0 PM
31 Sun rise. 6 37 am: Bun eet. 0 36 PM
CArT.pAintxaMiTM. Harbor Master.
SATVRDAY. JULY t
. DY AUTHORITY. ";
Mr. D. D. Baldwin has been appointed by tb Board f
Education, Inspector General of Schools for the FJbfiotn.
Alilolani Hale, June 80th 1877- W. Ja.. SMftH, See'j
By order of the Board of Edneatton " . ;fs, ' 1
Mr. n. B. Hitchcock has been appointed by theJBostfd. of
Education, Principal of Lakalaalonn Seminary, vicet-de Ber.
8. E. Bishop, resigned.
AluoUni Hale, June 30th 1877. . W. Ja4. Smith, Sec'y.
By order of the Board of Education. . - ' (3i)
xotick. A new Cemetery has been laid out and fenced on
the eastern slope of Punchbowl Hill.
The Regulations adopted for the New Cemetery are t '
1st. No burial shall be made without a burial certificate
first being obtained.
2d. AU graves not in private lots must be dug in the place
designated by the person in charge.
3d. The sum or $2 will be charged for each grave dug by
the person in charge of the Cemetery, and no oUijx charge
hall be made- : ';.'
4lli. For graves dug by friends Of deceased no morethan
$1 shall be charged.
Print I-sita mav be obtained on aDDllcation to the agent of
the Board of Health.
Fmm and after Monday. June 25. 187T. no bnrlals will
be allowed in the Kawaiahao Cemetery. -."
(St) By order of the Board of Health.
Tax Assessors for 1877.
Th following vMAna' h, Imci, eommluiflMd tmX
Assessors for the several taxatloo districts of the Kingdom for
the year 1877 s
Ewa and Waianae
Cba. H Judd
.................J K Cnauna
W O Lane
Hawaii. ' .
F B Lyman
...T E Eldarts
D H Nahiou
'.8 H Vahuka
.C E Btackpole
C J Lyon.
Levi KeUipio .i ,
Molokai and Lavai
...T W JBlrcn 4
.......... ......G E Richardson
..... ..J, vV KaluA t
Kavai. , .
A Maioho : i
P B HoU
: J. M. Kapin A, Minitter of Finance.
Treasury Department, June 1, 1877. ; ;. '. : . t
A good name for a diplomatist "Shuffle-off!"
The Russians shot Baron Krau, as a Turkish
spy, at Plojesti. ' The Baron was a Hessian.
- - . . -fc . - - - J t art
Tail Foremost. " Punahou with its lorely blue
background of ocean," is the latest choice flower
of Rhetoric from the graphic pea of Balaam's
animule: ' " ? 'i I
Eqqs bt Weight. An equitable law recently
passed by the Legislature of New York provides
that eggs shall be sold by weight at the rate of
twenty-iour ounces to tue aozen. r .-
A Verdict. In the now notorious- case of Bos
tb. McKeagne for crtm. con., the jury after a pro
longed deliberation last night brought in a verdict
for the plaintiff, with $284 damages! This will
strike people as an odd conclusion, and the jury
will probably be expected to rise to explain." ,
At the regular monthly meeting of Honolulu
Engine Company No 1. held on the 4th inst for
the election of officers to serve for the ensuing
term, the following named persons were re-elected:
J. T. Chayter. '..Foreman
T.B. Lncaa. .............. .... l.tlst Aast Foreman
V. T. Gulick... .......................... ....... .Treasurer
8. Weynton Secretary
G. Robinson Capt of Hose
The Hotel. We perceive by official notice
that the lease of this-establishment will be offered
at public auction on the thirtieth of August. It
would be a good thing if the government could
sell the whole concern to some one who can
give proper guaranties. J- n-. 1
Half-Wat Hocsb. This convenient restaur
ant for travellers on the way to visit thqPlt-
or bound to Koolau, has recently changed hands,
having been purchased by Mr." Coatet, - who, at
we are informed, will be prepared to serve meal I
on snort notice.
Music this Aftebkoon. The band 'will play at
,mma Square, beginning at half past 4. o'clock.
Following if the programme : ;)
Defllir March, '- - -Selection
Opera Fra Diavolo, ...
New Vienna Walts. - - - -Fantasia
Opera Don Pasquale, - $ ,
Selection Opera Simon Boccanegra. . -
Black Crook Galop, . .
Released. The bark M. B. Roberts, which has
been in charge of the Marshal since the 19th of
May under a decree of forfeiture from the Supreme
Court for smuggling opium, was on Thursday last
released by order of the Minister of Finance, the
forfeiture having been commuted. by a fine. of
$1500. The costs of court and care of tbe ship
during detention amount to nearly S4Wmote.
Some-thino New at DicrsoVs. We were re
cently, shown two very handsomely coloured
large size photographs' of their MajestiesVjHre'
King and Queen, finished by an artist recently
arrived from San Francisco, and now attached
to Dickson's establishment, . Fort Street The
new process rives the appearance of a painting
ia oil, but retains, the accuracy of the photo
Twentt-two lines of the highly valuable space
of our contemporary were last Wednesday devo
ted to a puerile attempt t correct a -patent : typo-
eraDbical mistake in the figures of the distance
which we laid down between Iqnique and Auck
land, 6080 mites, as well as the crushing out of the
tail of seven-teen. Balaam's animal nas quite enongn
to do to mind his own (ail and keep out "0"
from the bal lance-sheet of his own journs
Fiftieth Axjotersaby. Orir the 7
1827. the Rev. i. A. Bacbelot, with
a layman, arrireu at uuuviuiu, iu
" . l TT 1 . 1 fM
ship Comet, from
Bordeaux. They y were the
first Roman Catholic missionaries to these Islands.
For a full account of the difficulties and com
plications which followed their arrival, we refer
our readers to Jarvea' History. -We understand
that the Catholics pf Honolulu propose to ceie-
hmt- their Fiftieth Anniversary . in 'U islands
on Monday next. - - - ' - - '
Adieu to thb " Fawtobb." The departure of
H. B. M. 8. Fan tone, Commander Alaqusy, took
place last Thursday. Dariag ber stay of tea
months in our waters, we have received many acts
of attention and kindness from her commander and
officers, which require special notice.. bbe wss
kindly plsced at the disposal of the Boyal Commis
sion to tTrninji into the Keoeroes of the country,
thereby greatly faoilltatiog its labors. Our friendly
intercourse with ber gentlemanly omcers Jot so
many months renders as indeed sorry to bid fare
well to such genial and courteous guests. iler
sailing on Thursday was an occasion of unusual
interest. Governor Dominie aad staff with a num
ber of invited guests remained on board nntil out
side the -harbor, where the Kilauea with their
Majesties the King and Queen on board lay to, to
aay farewell. , After cheer and the dipping of flags
on the two vessels, the Kilauea proceeded on her
trip to Kauai, and the steam-tog Pete, which with
the band bad accompanied the two vessels outside.
after receiving the visitors from on board, steamed
twice around the Jranttrme ana vita cheers and
tossing of bate bade her a last farewell, and steamed
back to port. I'ltlX'-l
A New Bedford schooner, the " New Bedford,"
only 20 feet long, and having only two persons on
board, Captain Crapo and his wife, sailed for London
from the States about the 23th of May last, accord
ing to a New York telegram in the London Times.
A scTFuacxsT to The Friend, of the current
month of July, contains a full report of the pro
ceedings of the fourteenth annual meeting of the
Evangelical Association ; and also the Fourteenth
Annual Report of the Board of the Association
which is very interesting.
Moist. Since the first of the month about
three-fourths of an inch of rain has fallen in
Honolulu and vicinity, tempering the heat of
the. season and benefitting the country generally.
Exterprtse. Mr. Manson, a commercial travel
ler for "a -Canadian . house, recently-soKd in Ifew
Zealand 1000 gross Canadian Pain-killer, miicb
the same thing as Perry Davis1 or 818 a gross.
A telegram in the Alia says :. Anthony
Gardner has been elected President of Siberia."
What will tb Czar say to that? The Alia forgets
the sister Republic on the coast of Guinea in
Africa, styled Liberia.
Ax author cannot dress too shabbily says
somebody. Charles Dickens wrote well, as most
people allow but now that he is dead and gone,
here is what they say about him in the papeis :
" Dickens would appear in a ridiculous affair
(shirt.) ' all lace and open work, with a piuk
glazed lining underneath, to show off the pattern
and that in society 17 It is too much to expect
admiration for menial and bodily adornments, at
one and the same time.
We have received a report issued from the gov
ernment printing office at Washington of the pro
ceedings at " The International Conference on Edu
cation held at Philadelphia, July 17 and 18, in
connection with the International Exhibition of
1876.- On that occasion tho Inspector General of
schools of the Hawaiian Kingdom, Hon. II. R.
LUtcheock, was present, and spoke, . at the request
of the chairman, on the state of Education in this
country ; bis remarks, in a revised form, are now
published in this report, to which we may again
Jlst received per last arrival a full line of
needles for the following - machines : Domestic
from No. 2 to 8 ; Weed from No. 1 to 7 ; Florence
from No. 0 to 5 ; Grover. and Baker curved from
No. 0 0 to 4 ; Wheeler & Wilson curved from No.
0 to 3 ; nowe needles from No. 0 to 3 ; Wilcox
& Gibbs from No. 1 to 4 ; Singer a full assortment
for family, manufacturers, and Leather machines.
Also received a splendid assortment of vases,
Toilet sets and silver plated candlesticks; also
sliding silver Odmbles ; Finest sperm oil for all
kinds of sewing machines, John Clark jun s Best
6 ounce-white spool cotton for machine use.
For sale at A. L. Smith's Fort street
Some months ago, we ppoke of the life-saving
rafts, 1 on board of the P. M. Co.'s steamers,
after having inspected one obligingly shown to
us pn the " City , of Sydney." . The wonderful
escape of bo many people, from the sinking " City
of San Francisco," mainly owioir to these rafts.
proves the correctness of our remarks on that
occasion. We notice that the last man to leave
the sinking ship was Captain Waddell. At New
rorif. youuu to siuuu was onered that the re
port of the wreck was a hoax. They could not be
lieve that every body was saved, and so doubted
A Kingdom without a university looks like
an anomaly. Education in this KingdonJ tin
questionably on a respectable footing. Tbe
foundation of a Hawaiian national university is
consequently not a chimerical idea. The King
and country should feel proud at tbe thought
of aUlawaiian University luting its bead beside
all the other universities of tbe world. Tbe
Curriculum, of course, would embrace the facul
ties of law, medicine and divinity. A school of
medicine is highly desirable here, as well as
law. ecbool, and a regular-, school of divinity
How is the Kingdom to be supplied with lawyers
uouurs, auu ui vines i . .. ,
, . i j; , - -
A Berlin telegram of May 28th states that '.be
famous Polish general ia tbe revolution.' of 18C3,
Krysinsky, was shot at Warsaw by the Russians
Since the revolution, be lived at Paris as a refugee
till, lately, when he petitioned tbe Czar to be
allowed to return to his native land. lie was in
vited to return to Warsaw by tbe Russian govern
ment; but, upon his arrival, he was arrested, tried
for rebellion K' and condemned 'to the; mines of
Siberiai .Then the poor man attempted to escape,
but being retaken, was shot by order of the
august Czar. i
Amusements. The Circus on Saturday "Cvening
was 'crowded with a well pleased audience.
The advent of several performers of merit from
California has added much to tbe variety and
Interest . of i the entertainments. . Performance
to-iiglU i t ' - " 4 '
At tne noyai Hawaiian lneatre tne company
of artists styling themselves The World-renowned
Anglo-American Constellation,' are the most fin
ished in their line we have yet seen. Tbe Bra
hams (Harry and Lizzie) whether In broad
comedy,', society or character,. possess - a vitality
that is quite astonishing. Miss Braham has a
sweet voice, with clear 'articulation, and she
dresses in a style fit for the highest walks of opera
or drama. Harry liranam the humorist, possesses
a voice pf, rich compass and a power of facial ex
pression and contortion truly remarkable. His
ballad out' Honolulu Sal" ia eomethinsr to be
remembered.- Cheevers and Kennedy (tbe origi
nal Buffalo Boys) are tbe mimics of tbe age,
the master linguists and quickest change artists
ever seen ana tneir tour through England
France and America was a continued triumph.
As German peasants they have no equals ; as tbe
Irish' Representatives they are thought to eclipse
tbe great Power : and as negro delineators tbey
are equal to old Daddy Rice. Tbe company play
Chaelet Boas. Barnnm, the great American
showman, has undertaken to find the lost boy. The
following is hie advertisement ' ;
I will pay 810,000 in cash for the delivery to me
aljve cf the kidnapped child Charley Rosa, or for in
formation that will lead to bis recovery . I moat
solemnly and sacredly pledge my word of honor and
my reputation as an upright business man not to
attempt for myself to discover tbe identity of tbe
persona negotiating with me in this matter, nor to
convey to any other person any hints er clews by
which any accusation, or even suspicion, shall be
directed against them. Tbe parents of tbe child
unite with me in this pledge, aad agree, if their
darling child is by this meant restored to them, to
abandon all attempts to punish any person eon-
netted with his abduction or concealment : thev
agree-sever to appear against socb parties,' and
with myself will use every endeavor to shield lh:m
frem exposure. : For the . last three years those
parents nave sonerea more than death and, now
that Mosher and Douglass, tbe real abductors, are
dead, it is hoped that the persons who have tbe
child in custody will be willing to accept this re
ward and immunity. The reward shall be paid ia
current money as soon as the child is identified by
its parents. . As an additional aecarity te tbe per
sons bringing, him, , reasonable tine shall elapse
between bis delivery end the public announcement
of tbe fact, that tbe parties delivering him shall
have every opportunity to avoid discovery, -
We are agreeably reminded ' of the recent
surprising progress of the Sandwich Islands,
aad of tbe influence el tbe Scottish element there
br. Aba; receipt 1 of " a volume entitled 'Anglo
Hawaiian Poems." The author of these poems
is Mr. John Machar Macdonald of Honolulu, and
the versification is graceful and spirited. The
book is dedicated to Hie Majesty Kalakana,
to whose patronage and favor the publication
of thi pioneer effort towards tbe " introduction
of Anglo-Hawaiian poetical literature" ia largely
due. The' mechanical execution of tbe volume
is very creditable; to - Honolulu enterprise, and
we are gtad tq learn that this book of poems
will soon .be followed bv a lareer work.. A.
LsiiXaU specif of Mr. -Maodon aid's ooehuw
publish on onr sixth page the one insoribed
"To the Hawaiian Caledonian Club," and we
have no doubt that it will meet with due appre
ciation from all our readers. 7A Scotsman and
'Cateftrnran Advertlsert JNVuj York, Hay 26.
Fourth of July.
.-. "v- V .
As an offset to the grand celebration of
America'a festal day last year, tbe observance of
the Fourth was extremely quiet in Honolulu In
1877. Beyond tbe firing of a salute at noon, tbe
display of bunting and tbe excellent concert by
the band at Emma Square in the afternoon, there
was no public demonstration. There were numer
ous picnics in the country, and private parties,
and tbe youngsters (as well as children of a
larger growth) let off lota of fire crackers, squibs
and rockets. There were no accidents to chroni
cle, and but a small harvest of drunks at the
police station .
At noon nis - Excellency H. A. Teirce, 4be
American Minister Resident, at bin villa In Nun
anu -Valley received the calls of tbe King's Min
isters, members of the Diplomatic and consular
corps,' and his coantrfnen generally, and the
niual toasts were honored. In response to that of
the King, His Ex. J. Molt Smith spoke as follows t
' (a the name of alls Majesty I thank you, Mr.
Minister, for tbe toast which you have proposed,
and which has been so heart' responded to by the
gentlemen here present It is a pleasure to him te
be reminded by this toast, given in this place the
Legation of the United (States and on this day, the
anniversary of the political birth-day of your great
nation of the long years of friendly and amicable
intercourse which has subsisted between the two
nations, and of the many and substantial proofs
which the United States have given of their regard
fcr the peace, prosperity and perpetuity of this
Kingdom. He is reminded this day of the glgantle
etrides which your nation has made during tbe last
one hundred years in population, international
status, political power, breadth of national domain,
maritime prosperity, and in ecienoe and intellectual
achievements. He recognises In you the Represen
tative of a great, free and prosperous nation.
But on this occasion His Majeety regards the
toast offered by you as containing a personal senti
ment to which be may justly respond. Ha Is aware
that you are about to retire from the high office
with which your government has honored you for
the past eight years, which you have so ably filled,
and in which you have faithfully guarded the Inter
ests of your own country while maintaining the
most courteous and pleasant intercourse with this.
During this long intercourse, there bas been no
occasion that need be remembered with regret, and
there remains naught of either an official or person
al nature to be deplored or forgotten. You will
leave to your successor archives filled only with the
record of questions pleasantly disposed of,, and
documents of the most friendly and helpful charac
ter. His Majesty therefore will see your retirement
with regret, and you will carry with you bis best
wishes for your future welfare and happiness. He
will also accord to yeur successor the high consider
ation which the Minister of so great and friendly a
power as yours may justly claim at bis hands.
" Mr. Minister, in behalf of His Majesty I Lave
tbe honor to propose The President of the United
Correspondence of the P. C. Advertiser.
Monthly Letter from Europe, VI.
Loxdov, June 1st, 1877.
The Hawaiian charge d'affaires here, Mr. Manley
Hopkins, has addressed a circular in regard to emi
gration to Hawaii to tbe London papers, of which
I subjoin a copy. The Daily Telegraph in com
menting editorially on tbe same, draws a parallel
between tbe advantages of emigration to New
Zealand and Hawaii, and comes to the following
unfavorable, if not ridiculous conoluwlon : ' It is
safe to predict that New Zealand will always attain
a preference over tbe Sandwich Islands. The climate
and productions of the latter mark them out for the
borne of laborers of a totally different nationality.
The destined colonisers cf the group are the Chin
ese, whose habits and tastes would be exactly suited.
They would have peace and plenty, and perhaps a
whole island to themselves with full license for the
erection of josshouses, Lc, to." Captain Colomb,
R. E., reoently delivered a lecture before the Royal
Colonial Institute on Imperial and Colonial respon
sibility in war, in the course of which he advised
tbe erection of a dockyard in tbe South Paciflo and
another at Sydney for the construction and main
tenance of the British fleet in tbe Paolflo. ne also
condemned tbe policy of sending an unarmoured
flagship the Shah, to the Pacific, where several
ironclad vessels of foreign countries are already
stationed. He will shortly lecture on tbe marine
and military position of England In tbe North
Pacific showing ber helplessness io case of war
with Russia. Tbe Manoe Heliograph or Bun Tele
graph consists of a small mirror mounted on a
stand in conjunction with adjustments, a finger-key
and a telescope, so that the sun's rays can be
reflected with absolute precision to any required
spot, tbe letters of tbe alphabet being indicated by
long and short flashes in accordance with tbe Morse
code. Commnnicstion of this kind bas been suc
cessfully established between Ceuta and Algesiras
across the. straits of Gibraltar, a distance ef nearly
20 miles', and also from Roorkee, Bengal, to Chak
rata, distant CO miles, where messages have been
exchanged at the rate of ten words per minute.
Might not these ingenious little instruments be of
ase In establishing the much needed communication
between the different islands and across the stormy
channels of Hawaii, where a cloudless sky would
insure their constant effectiveness f Tbe treaty
between Tonga and Germany Laving been approved
by the latter's parliament, has been ratified May
9th, and Is now In force dating from November 1st,
1870. The last number of tbe Anthropological
Journal contained a paper on a stone clnb (hatohelT)
from the Sandwich Islands by II. N. Mosely, the
naturalist of the Challenger expedition, while the
Geographical Magazine for May describee the recent
volcanic eruption on Hawaii. Tie 67 tr si an Illus
trated Ladies Paper published a portrait with bio
graphy of Queen Kapiolanl.
Naval Au The Myrmidon has been paid off
at Sbeerness and will shortly be prepared for sea
again. The Repulu, late flagship in tbe Paelfto
sinse 1872, reached Spithead May 24lb, while the
new flagship Shah has left Valparaiso for Panama,
from where Admiral Deborsey may pay Honolulu a
visit. Tbe Elk, gun vessel, 4, Commander A.
Tupman, sailed May 10th frcm Spithead for tbe
Pacific and the Oeprty, composite si op. Commander
the Hon. 11. A Court, bas been ordered to pvspare
for the ame station. Tbe Hawaiian bark Jf. a.
Wylii, Wolters, called from Bremen, May 20th for
Honolulu. p n
A New Field roa EmiqratiovMp t.Kt..
Hopkins, Hawalltn Consul General, writes to us t
" I have received a despatch from the Hawaiian
Foreign Minister, in which I am informed that be
bad returned from a careful examination on a
Royal Commission of the Island cf Hawaii, tbe
largest of that gtoup. his dutr bel.nr to
tbe undeveloped resources of thai la! anil Ur
Carter proceeds to sav i 'Iamanite
that 10,000 European families could find hannv
and prosperous homes oa Hat Island, and tbat a
ery large number of East Indian or other field
labourers could find profitable emblovment In
cuftivating coffee, sugar, and rice.' In asking you
to give currency to tbe foregoing report, I would
add that, although emigration to tbe Sandwich
Islands may to many seem like Journeying beyond
tbe setting sun, tbe group can be reached to 80
days from Liverpool ; tbat the climate is healthy
and beautiful ; that sugar and rice of Liirh clasa
can be produced almost indefinitely ; tbat samples
of Hawaiian cotton have been received hire eaual
in quality to 'Sea Inland.' and of coffee second
only In appearance and flavour to tbe true Mooba.
There is an willgbtened Government and perfect
security to life and property throughout lbs Islands.
Eduoatlon and tbe Indigo plant overrun tbe group,
and can be bad for near! v nothlnr bv thna .La
cbooe to utilize those advantages." 77s Tttnce,
Tbe OaeaoTf Lmislatoe treaf. tl.
method yet of abolishing drunken bom. JJr J recent
act every person who buys liquor, whether for bis or
some one else e consumption, ti required to take
out an annual license which
dollars. Everr six mentba tha a.mu r tknu t..
ng license are to be published, and no siloon keeper
s to be permitted to sell a drink te a man anlsaa ha
ean produce the all-important document, properly
certified and bearing the seal of the eouaty eourt
We hope this law will have tbe desired effcet t but
tbe question is natural have Individuals wtt ris-hte
against tbe publication of their names T IX some
person should sue the state of Oregon for giving
him a bad reputation we belicva h mlrht uliwi