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3Y C. S. BARTOW
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 3d,
At 10 O'clock, A. M , at Salesroom, will be sold,
Line of Dry Goo is.
Clothing. Hats, Furniture,
Cook Stoves, &c, &c.
C. S. BARTOW. Auct'r.
f0N THURSDAY, AUG. 9th,
The following article of
Will be sold at Salesroom, haTlng been seixed by
J J. P. Mendonca, lor non payment ui mil,
J' j Fi;r Opera Glasses, 2 Long Benches.
4 Chiirs, Lot of Cider, Tumblers, Mattrass,
2 Side Lights, 1 Center Table,
I BW. of Sugar, Fish Globe, Pillow,
j Bedstead, Mosquito Net,
6 Small Chairs, Small Looking Glass, Lot of Lumber.
C. B. BARTOW, Auct'r.
Ire AL ESTATE
4 AT AUCTION.
foN SATURDAY. : : : : AUGUST 4th,
At 12 o'clock, noon, at Sales Room will be Sold t
iThree PIECES OF LAND
I "j Mostly Kalo Land, containing about 10 Acres. For par-
tcuiar, appiy c g BARTOW, Auct'r.
-Valuable Real Estate !
Cf AT AUCTION,
I am instructed to sen at public auction, at my Salesroom,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 4,
AT 12 O'CLOCK M..
A11 Those Desirable Premises !
4 Known as Jfo. 11 and 13 Kukui Place, Immediately opposite
he residence of Mr. Lucas.
'one large house,
1 YTth veranda front and rear, containing four rooms and a
V.umain room, 201S; bed room, 12x20; dining room, pan
trvand cock house in a separate building 24x18 cook house,
lil6, coiia-- iu i.ar. -0x13; consisting of three rooms,
rerandah frnr.t and rear. Two small houses Tor store room,
-'two bath houses, two private houses, one fowl house, one house
'citable for a stable and carriage bouse.
- Oo the premises are a number of fine trees growing, consist
I in? of breadfruit, mango, cocoanut, palms and foreign trees
I all bearing. .
' I Government water laid on hydrant opposite gate or house.
' ! Premises can be insured for one per cent, yearly. Title per
:f feet, or no tale. .
I jy TERMS One-third, cash; balance, if desired, two or
I thr-e years, at 10 per cent, interest, secured by a mortgage on
? .h. m,.ft Deeds at exDense of purchaser. Any further
information desired, can be obtained from Walter R. Seal, or
C. S. BARTOW, Auct'r.
LI, PERSONS OWING THE UNDER-
J. rJIGNKU are requested to settle their Accounts, be
tween this date and the first of August, or else they will be
put into the hand, of a Lawyer .or Col.ectfon
N. B. Also all persons owing the late firm of McColgan &
Johnson, are requested to do the same or they wlU be pro
ceeded with in like manner, .
By WILL? AM JOHNSON.
Honolulu, July 6, 1377. if 3t
MY WIFE ELLEN HAVING LEFT MT
bed and board without just cause or provocation, all
persons are hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting
her on my account, as I will pay no debts of her contracting
after this date. LENO BAPTISTA.
Lihue, Kauai, July 7th, 1877. jyU 6m
,'lilROM THE UNITED STATES AND EU
' Is? ROPE, Direct, as prescribed and recommended by the
first Medical Authorities, viz :
Preparations, (not patent) for Debilitated Constitutions, Dis
pepsia, etc., etc., viz Klixiis of Phosphates, with Peiuvian
ilark; Beef, Iron and Wine, Gentian and Iron, Wine or Pep
sin. Valerianate of Ammonia for nervous disorders, Ae.. &c.
Pure Carbolic Acid, Chloral Hydrate, Pure Glycerin, Congh
Ixxeoges, Pastilles, (very excellent.) for affections of the
ihrai: cad Liver t)J. tasteless: Inhalers. Prepared French
- Mister, Sponges, Ami-asthmatic Cigars, Capsules, Arnica
; - wns porous Planters, variety or eugar-coatea ana uomiuo
flits, BreaU Glasses, Syringes, Medicinal Extracts, assorted;
troBg Alcohol, the Most Approved Trusses. Funnels, Boudoir
1 Vper, Ivory Teething Rings, and a general full assortment or
Genuine and Reliable Medicines !
: I ALSO, TUB
; tlAEST PECFOIERY 1XD TOILET ARTICLES!
I '- From the Best Sources ia the World, direct.
' Brushes, Combs, Sachets, Soaps, Smelling Bottles, Bay Rum,
; heap and excellent; Cosmetics, Toilet Powder, Centennial
Perfumery, awarded the Golden Medal; Florida Water,
f " Tooth Powder, Bozodont, A-c. &c. Carbolic Soaps Castile and
i 8ilicated. FINE VIENNA SOAPS. Colgate! and
LX' BIN'S GENUINE sOAHS, and a great many
t her Fine Articles, for sale at
j . DR. HOFFMANN'S DETJG STORE.
( JX. B. Orders answered with care and dispatch. ImyS qr
CENTENNIAL EXHIBITION I
l i nillaaclplala, 1870.
' DRIZE MEDAL. AND HONORABLE MEN
Awarded to the Genuine Eau de Cologne
Of Johann Maria Farina Julichs-Platz
No. 4 Cologne a Rhine.
4RIT10C8 PRIZE MEDALS London, 1851; New York,
1953; London, 1So2; Oporto, 1865; Cordoba, (Arg. Rep.) 1871
Vienna, 1873; and Santiago, (Chili,) 1875.
MESSES. H. HACKFELD & CO.
A Peerless External Speelfie and Beautifier
of tk Skin.
! AS A REMEDY FOR DISEASES, SORES.
ABRASIONS AND ROUGHNESS OF THE 8 KIN; as a
deodoriser, Disinfectant, and means of preventing and curing
ftbxumatism and Goat; and as an Adjunct f the TsI
.Jet nod the Bath,
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP !
j Is Incomparably
TH E BEST ARTICLE EVER OFFER'D
I To the American Pnblic.
I The Complexion is not only freed from Pimples, Blotches,
Tao, Freckles, and all other Blemishes, by Its use, but acquires
I Transparent Delicacy and Velvety Softness through the
f clarifying and emollient action of this Wholesoma Beautifier.
The contraction of obnoxious diseases is prevented, and (he
plete disinfection of Clothing worn by persona afflicted
with eontagit us maladies Is insured by it. Families and Trav
elers provided with this admirable purifier have at hand the
main essential of a series of
SULPHUR J3TIIS !
Dandruff is Removed, the Hair Retained,
and Grayness Retarded by it.
r 4 Medical Men Advo
cate its Use.
FOR SALE BY
BY E. P, ADAMS.
REGULAR CASH SALE !
ON THURSDAY, August 2d,
At half-past 9 A. M., at Salesroom, an
ASST. OF NEW GOODS
XT BEE POSTERS.
E. P. ADAMS, Anctloneer.
J.t Auction I
ON TUESDAY, : : JULY 31st,
At 10 o'clock, A. M. at the
RESIDENCE OF ME. E. W. JORDAN,
Corner of Eukui Street and Nuuana Avenue, will be sold, the
Household Fun&itture I
Namely Handsome Centre Table,
ONE CUANDEL.IER. four burners;
Parlor Chairs, Folding Chatr, Brackets, Pictures,
SEWING MACHINE, Hat Rack, Mirror,
1 DOUBLE-BANKED PARLOR ORGAN,
Marble Top Sideboard, 8heets, Pillow Cases,
Damask Table Cloth, Napkins, Blankets,
Black Walnut Wardrobe, Side TaMe, Washstand,
Bedstead. Mattrasses, Pillows, Hocking Chair,
Clock, in good order; One Dining Table,
Oak Dining Chairs, Table Covers, Hanging Lamps,
An Assortment of Crockery Ware, Plated Ware,
Bathing Tub, Kitchen Furniture, Meat Safe, Water Filter,
Tnree-qusrter Ton or Coal, Corner Cupboard, dec, &c.
ONE NEW COTTAGE PIANO,
JUST RECEIVED, PER " ESKBANK."
E. P. ADAMS. Auct'r.
SALE OF VALUABLE
Saturday, September 29th,
At Noon, at Salesroom of E. P. Adams, Queen st, we will sell
IT O IR CAS 1-1 !
The Lands of
SITUATE IN THE DISTRICT OF IIIL.O,
Hawaii. These Lands are adjacent to each other, mak
ing one tract of about 7,600 acres in extent, of which 1,875
acres, more or less, are CANE LAND and the rest
Ohia Forrat tunnel a, mucn or WHICH Is BUlTAtiUS
FOR COFFtE. There is a landing for boats at the beach.
Title Award of the Land Commission, No. 8559 B Apanas
seventeen and eighteen.
This Sale offers a fine opportunity for investment In Eugar
Culture, with an ample field for a first class Plantation En
terprise. For further particulars inquire of S. B. DOLE, or E. P.
ADAMS. Charts at the Salesroom.
J. MOTT SMITH,
E. O. HALL,
8. B. DOLE,
Trustees of the Lunalilo Estate.
E. P. ADAMS, Auct'r.
LABOR CONTRACTS !
mHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE HAD rRK
ft Dared by competent legal authority, with special refer
ence to the Master and Servant Laws now in force in this
BLANK FORMS OF LABOR CONTRACTS !
Suitable for all 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. QULICK,
Agents to take Acknowledgments to Contracts for Labor,
District of Kona, Island of Oahu.
Honolulu, May 8th, 1877. myI2 m
VISITORS AT IIILO, AND PARTIES EN
ROUTE FOR THE VOLCANO, can find
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE RATES, at the above establishment.
HORSES AND GUIDES PROCURED
At short notice, and all arrangements made for the trip to the
mountain. 0y211y) C. K. HAPAI.
0. i. WILLIAMS
WOULD NOTIFY HIS FRIENDS AND
the Public, that he is prepared to carry on the business of
AT THE OLD STAND,
On Hotel Street,
In Connection with the Upholstering and
As formerly carried on by him for the last nineteen years.
Trusting that his long experience in the above business will
enable him to give satisfaction, he would solicit a share of the
A Large Stock of Furniture
oisr xi -a. 3sr id .
And for sale at the New Fire Proof Ware Rooms, Fort Street.
HT3ESUZT tSEW3 !
And Made to Order
Glass and Looking Glass Plates
A LTV AYS ON HAND.
Canes Made ol Island Woods !
Done ly an Experienced Workman. Satisfaction
Guaranteed I !
A F-HSTE STOCK
REPS, DAMASKS AND TRIMMISGS !
Dally Expected, U knUt from Europe,
jjli " Thjtnka for pMt f&Tcri. 1
PICTURE FEMES ON II
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
IF SUFFICIENT INDUCEMENTS OFFER
THE AMERICAN BARK
iffS: Ml ar t la a D a v i s
Will be laid on the Berth for Honolulu about October 1st
And will Sail from Boston about Dec 1st.
For further particulars apply to
C. BREWER & CO., Honolulu,
Or Address Messrs. CHAS. BREWER t CO.,
27 K.Uby Street. Boston.
THE SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
Will Leave Honolulu for
San Francisco on or about Tuesday, Aug. 14
For Freight and Passage, apply to
H. HACKFELD A CO., Agents
XT Goods for Shipment per Steamer can now be stored in
the Steamer's Warehouse Free of Storage. jy28
FOR PORTLAND DIRECT
The Iron Clipper Bnrk
JAMES BARR, MASTER.
Freight taken at the lowest rates. For particulars apply to
uubjm, uawrAttLAnc ac uu., Agents.
N. B. Good accommodation lor passengers. J21
For SAN FBA1VCISCO.
THE FATORITE AMERICAN BARK
D. C. MURRAY,
Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port.
For Freight or Passage, having superior accommodations
lor caoin ana steerage rmtugcis, i-yj iu
jyU C. BREWER & CO., Agents.
For SAW FRANCISCO !
THE FINE AMERICAN BARK
MARY BELLE ROBERTS!
"Will Have Quick Dispatch for Above Port
For freight and passage apply to
j,7 H. HACKFELD A Co, Agents.
TIME-TABLE OP THE
STEAMER " KILAUEA,"
July 30 Monday, 6:30 p m ;;;n,1?
August 8 Wednesday. 6:30 p m Circuit of Kauai
(touching at Nawiliwili first)
August 13 Monday, 6 30pm Circuit of Hawaii
inrniat on Mnndav. 6:30 D m Hilo
August 87 Monday, 6:30 p m .Kona
ISUDjeCI IO SUCn CUaugCB as uinjr in ujnu
arrival of the new steamer from California.)
rtn irnni trina the Steamer will tro as far as Hoopuloa.
On down trips the Stmr will not leave Kawaibae before 10 a. m ;
Makena as per notice on up trip, Maalaea Bay not before 7 a.
m. Any change from me aoove iu u uihud.
Bates of Passage will be
To or from Kaunakakai, Molokai
. 6 00
.. 7 00
. 8 00
. 10 00
,. 10 00
. 10 00
. 10 00
. 12 60
. 16 00
. 22 00
. 8 00
. 12 00
" LAbaina, Maui..
" Maalaea, Maui....
" " Makena, Maui....
" Mahukona, Hawaii
. Kawaihae, "
i Kaawaloa, '
it it 1Ti, OnaRt " .......
ni..nit nt navaii. Round Trip.......
Tn nr from itnv Port on Kauai. ......
Circuit of Kauai, Round Trip.
Deck Passage lor natives oniy
No Credit for Passage Money !
- ...inn nwrv
TICKETS AI TUB ussiiii
... - r J 1 ll,nn .1 il n,M fni Y7nt
,Aornnihle for baeiaee unmarked or any Freight or Parcels
unless receipted for.
FREIGHT MONET DUE UJS UJtMSu.
iZr. r :n h, Aa tn have the Bteamer reach Hono
lulu on the evening of the same day she leaves Maui.
SAMUKLi U. V llylJlLH., Agent.
Office with Wilder & Co., corner of Fort and Queen Streets.
REGULAR PACKET FOR LADA1NA.
THE SCHR. NETTIE MERRILL,
E. D. CRANE, Master.
Will Ban Begnltrly tetweeu This Port and Lahalna,
Honolulu Saturdays and Lahalna every Wednesday.
958 3m H. HACKFELD A CO., Agents.
BOSTON & HONOLULU PACKET LINE !
C. BREWER fc CO., AGENTS
Favorable arrangements can altrays be made for
. a fihinmmt of Oil. Bone. Wool. Hides
and other Merchandise to New Eedford, Boston, New York and
other Eastern Ports. XT Cash Advances i made.
o2 ly -
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
C. BREWER fc CO., AGENTS.
Merchandise received STORAGE FREE and
liberal cash advances made on shipments by this
line. (o2 ly) u. bkjswiek tw.
A TRACT OP LAND CALLED KAMILO
LOA, on Molokai, three-quarters of a mile frontage, eight
miles long, with two acres of Kalo Patches. One large and
one small dwelling honse, large chicken coop, Ao. Two acres
fenced. Price, 1 ,800. Enquire of L. RITCHARD, on the
premises: or at J. I. Dowsett's office, Queen Street, Honolulu.
. my28 8m
NOTICE TO HOLDERS OF STOCK, &c,
On the Island of Maui,
ALL PERSONS HAVING CATTLE,
HORSES, c, grazing on the Wailuku or Waikapu
Common, are requested to remove the same, if not commuted
for on or before the 1st dav of June. 1870. After said date all
Cattle, ftc., found tresspassing will be impounded according to
law. All persons wishing to run cattle, c, on said commons.
can do so by applying to
N. B. No driving Horses, Caltle, ftc, or branding allowed
on said commons without tba permission of the said Cornwell
A Co.. or their authorized agnnt.
Wailako. May 22, 1876. my2
SUGAR MACHINERY, &c.
TMIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
. to furnisb estimates for Sugar Machinery, c, either to
be made at the HONOLULU IRON WORKS, or to be Import
ed from GLASGOW by a vessel to leave that port about July
or August nest, or by another vessel to leave in February, 18"8.
THEY HAVE ON HAND !
And For Sale,
ONE SUGAR MILL & GEAR,
Twenty ly Thlny-aix,
ALSO, ONE OR TWO SIZES OF
Second Hand Sugar Mills,
Gear and Power, which may be delivered in a few months.
Also, For Sale Just Received
ESKBANK from Glasgow !
Six 500 Gallon Clarifiera,
Fear Pairs Westsa's Centrifugal Machine,
ALSO, ON HAND AND FOR SALE.
China Building Bricks, Fire Bricks, Red Bricks,
Best Portland Cement,
Hoop Iron, Best Assorted Bar Iron, East India Sice,
China Matting, 4rC-,
Which will be sold in quantities to suit, at the
Lowest Market Rates.
N. B. Those planters who are contemplating Increasing the
capacity of their mills may hear of a purchaser for their old
mills, gear and power, by an early application to the under
signed. Ja?0 it MACTAKLAKE ft CO.
REYNOLDS, : : : MASTER.
jso. a. waixsR,
Z. S. SP1LDISG,
WX. G. IBWIS.
WM. G. IEWIN & Co.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Naalehu Plantation. Hawaii;
Makee Sugar Plantation. Maui;
Makee Sagar Company, Kauai;
"West Maui Plantation,
D. R. Vida, (Union Mills) Hawaii.
Grelg & Bicknell's (Fanning's Island) Cocoanut Oil,
North Western Lite Ins. Co. Swiss Lloyd Marine Ins Co.
jy21 IiONOLCLC, H. I. 1
17. GRAWFGRD & GO.,
57 Carrer Lane. SI. rani's, London. E. C.
JgEG TO STATE THAT THEY ARE OPEN
For any Commercial Transactions,
Consignments, for Granting Drafts and Presenting
Commercial Bills for Acceptance
and Payment. For
BUYING ENGLISH GOODS
At a Very Small Commission,
And Forwarding Goods to any Place in
England, or the Continent.
We beg to draw your attention to a very important English
Invention we have on hand, viz:
Woolen Blankets or Coverings,
OF LARGE 81ZE3,
Combined with an Air Pillow !
It will be found most necessary and
USEFUL FOR MILITARY MEN,
FOR USE IN HOSPITALS, &c, &c, &c
Possessing, amongst others, the following ad
vantages : It is the Finest Substitute for a Bed.
The Pillow can be Raised or Lowered at anj
time with the Greatest Ease. It will pack up in
a Very Small Compass, and can be carried about
Without Any Inconvenience.
PRICE -FROM 15s. TO 35s. EACH !
When ordering the above Article, please remit
the amount of your order to
j723 6m W. CRAWFORD & Co.
ffUE UNDERSIGNED SOLICITS EM-
m. ployment as Copyist, Writing out Accounts, Collecting,
or any similar work. A line through the Post-office will meet
with thankful and prompt attention.
j,21 3t GEO. H. McCONNELL.
TO LET !
THE TWO NEW STORES ON FORT
Street, in the Fire-proor Building, next to U. E.
Williams. If required, the two may readily be made
oue. For terms, apply to
j,21 tf DILLINGHAM & CO.
A CONVENIENT COTTAGE. No. lOT
Nuuanu Avenue, at present occupied by T G TllRL'M,
did Enquire of J. 9. LEMON.
ALL PARTIES ARE WARNED AGAINST
negotiating a check on Bishop & Co.'s Bank, drawn by
W. F. Allen, for $180, dated June 28th, 1877, numbered 708,
and payable to bearer, payment of which has been stopped at
the bank. i ju30 tf ) S. B. DOLE.
MR. II. J. AGNEW IS ADMITTED A
member of this Firm, dating from April 1st, and Will
sign DILLINGHAM A CO.
Honolulu, May 24th, 1877. my26 3m
M, T- Donnell has Rernov
FROM HOTEL STREET TO THE SHOP
formerly occupied by Mr. T. A. Lloyd, Fort Street, op
posite the Old Government Buildings, where he is prepared to
execute all orders in his line of Cabinet Work, Upholstering,
Turning and Polishing. Prices are to be well down.
Honolulu, July J3tb, 1877. jyl4 lm
MESSRS. CHULANAi CO. GENTLEMEN:
In accordance with your request, and in reply to your
enquiries, I beg to say that I have not had any business trans
actions with your firm, in any way whatever, for the past
three years. Respectfully yours,
Honolulu, July inn, isit. ajnima.
SUBSCRIBED AND SWORN TO BEFORE
me this eleventh day of July, A. V. 1877. Witness my
hand and Official Seal, at Honolulu, the day and year last
jyU3t JOHN H. PATY, Notary Public.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Co-partnership heretofore existing between Afong &
Achuck, under that firm name and style, limited by the arti
cles of Co-partnership to July 1, 1876, is now finally dissolved
by the decease of the said Achuck, which occurred in China,
April 20ih, A. D. 1877.
The business of the said firm will hereafter be carried en by
Afong, under the same firm name and style of Afong & Achuck.
Honolulu, Jone 9th, 18T7. Ju30 4t
ALL PERSONS HOLDING LEASES OF
lands, parcels of lands, or house lots, the property of H.
H. R- Keelikolani, wheresoever the same are situated on these
islands, are hereby notified and required to promptly pay all
rents, when due, to the undersigned at his office in Kaakopua,
Honolulu, Oahu; and a failure to comply with the terms of
this notice for the space of fourteen days after such rent may
become due, will operate as a rorreiture or tne lease.
All persons whomsoever, who may heretofore have been ap
pointed as Land Agents or Lunas by His late Royal Highness
W. P. Leleiohoku, are hereby notified that their several ap
pointments are revoked.
Business Agent of U. U. R. Keelikolani.
Honolulu, June 19th, 1877. ju23 2m
HE NEXT SCHOOL TEAR WILL OPEN
Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1877.
There will be no change in the present Corps of Teachers
Applicants for admission will be examined ON MONDAY,
or TUESDAY, Sept. 31 and 1th, between the hours or 9 and
12 A. M.
Persons desiring to enter as Boarders should apply as early
as possible. All letters of inquiry may be addressed to the
AM ASA PRATT,
jy14 8t President of Oahu College.
CHINESE OIL PAINTINGS !
ORDERS TAKEN OK. Oil I'-Ainr a aus
by ROSEHILL. SUORECM 4r CO., Hotel Street, near
the corner of Fort, Uonolnlo,
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, JULY 16th.
Orders filled in about tbree and a half months. Paintings
of all sizes from Photograghf. Samples can be seen during
the day at Mr. C. . w imams' v-aDinei n arerooms, rort
Street. Prices, from fifteen dollars upwards. jyl4 2m
Notice in the Estate of Achuck, Deceased.
I, CHING HUNG, OF HONOLULU, DO
herebv eive notice that no debts will be incurred against
the estate of Achuck, recently deceased in China, formerly a
partner in the firm of Afong tf Achuck, without my written
approval; and that I shall, uuder 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) CHINQHCNG.
rwiTIE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST BE.
J. CIVD per Mall from the celebrated
GLASGOW IRON WORKS OF
MESSRS. MIRLEES, TAIT & WATSON,
Exact particulars of the cost of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of seventeen different eapaclties ranging
68O L.bsw Sugar ia IO Hoars) t a. Coat of
2TO, to si Firat-cluaw Voenaaa Past
Plant to sssstke 18 Tmm of Sa
gar la IO Ilsorialaceit
of 4,4 7 O. delivered
The nndersiraed are prepared to receive orders lor such
maohinery, and to arrange for freight on same to be shipped
by a NSW IRON CLIPPER SHIP now bailding in the
Clyde of 1000 tons burden, to leave GLASGOW on or about
the 16th of February next. -
N. B Orders for all kinds of Maohinery and other Euro
pean Merchandise to be shipped by the above vessel, should
be gent to the onderaigned during the month of September or
not later than October 10th. Rate of freight arranged for.
io2 GaJtEN, MACFAELAH1 k CO.
THRU.;. & OAT,
AMERICAN and FOREIGN
And Other PERIODICALS,
Honolulu Papers at Publishers' Rates.
Haying Wide Awake Apts in San Francisco
Subscribers are assured of their being earlier and more prompt
recipients or their Periodicals than through any other source.
Subscribers are requested to particularly
note the following rides rciici, in
order to insure promptness on
our part must be strictly ad-
h Subscriptions Eeceived for Less Than Ose Year,
Payable Invariably in advance, I. e., at the close of the quarter
during which such have been received or ordered. All sub
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ter, the Publications will be retained until the same is settled
for; but no subscription is stopped unless it is so ordered. It
is always assumed tbat a Subscriber will notify when he
wishes his publication discontinued.
XT Periodicals to be discontinued or changed must be ad
vised ahead, or all received after the time desired will be
charged at Counter Retail Rates, as from the low margin an
the News Subscription Business, it is Impcssiol to assume
from one to three months publications beyond a Subscription
wruupu ius wmi m iiu-esigat m otnors.
WE HAVE OX BAXD A LARGE & VARIED ST0C&
Blank Books, Chromos, Scrap Pictures,
Fancy Goods, Sheet Musio,
Best Violin and Guitar 8tringg,
BASE -BALL GOODS!
Consisting of s "
Peck A Snyder's "Professional Dead Red Balls,"
Harwood's and Carr's "Bed Stocking," "Atlantic," "Cock of
the Walk," and "Junior" Base Balls,
Sprtog, Ash, Cedar and Pine Bat,
Umpires' Guide and Base Ball Bules, 4 e, 4e,
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upon the subjects with which they deal; ao that this work is
the epitome and ultimatum of all knowledge, and precludes
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and can be had In Library Leather, half Morocco or Russia
bindings, ranging in price from $9.40 to $11.00 per volume.
We would also call attention to Bancroft's
Native Races of the Pacific States,
Acknowledged to be the grandest work of research America
has ever produced, complete in five volumes, and will be served
to subscriber at $3.00 per volume in sheep,,
XT No library i complete without tba above standard
THRUM & OAT,
v , BOSOLVLV,
raises or thi Moon fob tsi mouth or Jcir,
1877 floMOLULO Mean Till
July 3 Last Quarter 10 30 8 am
10 New Morn 11 36 0
IT First Quarter 2 41 4 aw
21 Fall Moon S 48 3 rm
TIKIOF SDK ISlaoaRDBCTTIIIO.
July 1 Sun rises 5 25 3 m: riunseta 8 41 3 r
8 8un rises 6 27 3 aw; un sets 8 41 3 r
1 Sunrises 6 30.8 ah; iunet 8 40 8 rw
22 Suo rises 6 34.1 aw; Sun tele 0 Ml r
29 8un rises ft 38 8 a Sun sets 0 36 8 rm
31 Sun rises 5 37 a x; Sun st 8 36 rm
Capt.Daiuci. Smith, llarbor Master.
SATVRDA V. JULY 28.
Lease of the Hawaiian Hotel at Auction.
The lease of the Ilawaiian Hotel will be sold at public
auction on Thursday, the 30th day of August, 1877. at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of tbe Alilolanl II ale
The lease will date from the 1st day of September, 1877, tot
a period of Five (5) years. The terms will be made known at
the time of sals, or can be had on application at the Interior
Office. J. Mott Bjuth,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Office, Jane 28th, 1877. Jy21st 6t
Gknuixe Manillas. Lack, on Fort street, sends
ns specimens of a late importation ex Bonanvi,
tbat are of a peculiarly solacing flavor.
Larue PrnciiASE. West & Chayter, Oyfal
Blacksmiths, bought SO tons of iron from the cargo
Sipposed Wreckage. Tbe report comes from
the other side of this island tbat two large spars
and a "camp stool," drifted on shore at Malacka-
bana early tbis week..
Masonic. Tbe regular monthly meeting of
Lodge le Progres de l'Oceanie, No. 124, A. F.
and A. M., will take place on Monday evening
July 30, at 7) o'clock, at tbe Lodge Jioom on
King street. V lsiting bretnen cordially invited.
Improtixo. We are glad to learn by late
arrivals from San Francisco that our fellow towns
man and old resident. G. C. Mo Lean, Esq. who
visited that place for bis health, is improving
by the change of climate and may be expected
by tbe new steamer.
Supreme Court. Yesterday, before Anally
adjourning for tbe term, motion for a new trial
was granted in the case of W. S. Pabukula vs.
W. C. Parke, administrator of the estate of C.
Kanaina deceased ; and a like motion was de
nied in the case of Kaaibue vs. U. G. Crabbe
Tub Circcs on Saturday last was crowded,
which is not to be wondered at, as it is tbe only
place of amusement during these dull summer
months. Tbe performers evidently do tbeir best,
and give much satisfaction. To-night a number
of new acts will be introduced. Tbe funny Mr.
Hrabam will appear again as clown.
Music this Aftebkoox. Tbe band will plaV at
Emma Square, beginning at half past 4 o'clock.
r ollowing is tne programme :
Overture Opera, Italiana in Algerl,
Selection, Opera, Uelisarlo Donizetti
A tale of happy times. Walts.................... Faust
Selection, Opera, La Dame blanche,... Uoield leu
overture neuge ana uitcn, uaiop,... ...raust
Still Bettkr. We recently mentioned the re
ceipt of some very One plant cane from tbe plan
tation of Mr. McColgan, on Molokai, Since then
we have seen a specimen of rattoons, six months
old, from tbe same place, which measured eight
feet in length and nine inches In circumference!
Any other plantation is at liberty to beat this.
McColgan's plantation is virgin soil, and be bas
some b(X) acres available for cane a handsome
Advance Hawaii. Tbe scboonor Trine which
arrived from Kau, Hawaii, one day tbia week,
brought a full cargo of sugar, tho greater portion
of which was grown by native planters in tbat
district and manufactured for them by Mr.
uutcninson, ot ixaaieDu. me lxthui Hawaii
native paper, of this week, speaks encouragingly
of tbe proposed sugar enterprise at Kalibi near
Honolulu, and says that a meeting will shortly
be called of tbe native landholders in tbe vicinity,
. A 1 V?f 1 A
ior me purpose oi comuiuing to piani cane.
The New Steamer recently launched in San
Francisco and intended to take the place of the
faithful old Kdauea in tbe interisland trade,
would probably be ready to leave for Honolulu
about tbe 1st of August. Tbe San Francisco
papers have been profuse in their jokes and witti
cisms in regard to the sound of tbe name wblcb she
bears tbe Likelike. This name, though it is tbat
ot an bonored cbieless, and a sister of tbe King,
is we opine, a temporary one given for tbe pur
pose ot clearing from port, and we tbink tbat tbe
permanent name will be announced on her arrival
Straight Streets. These we cannot get in Ho
nolulu without great expense, which cannot be
afforded at present. But at tbe corner of Fort and
Hotel streets, where (J. Brewer & Co. are about
erecting a brick block, we note that there bas been
a question about straightening Hotel street, which
was submitted to a jury by tbe Minister of tbe In
terior ana settled as is supposed to tbe satisfaction
of all concerned. While on tbia subject, we would
suggest tnat tbe present is a good opportunity and
tne best tnat ever will occur to open and widen
Alakea street below Queen street, We shall refer
to this subject again,
Magic Cbcam. J. N. Ingram, of magic cream
renown, after making a tour of Hawaii, visiting
tbe volcano; tbe water falls of Hilo J tbe beauti
ful valley of Waiplo ; the great plains of Waimea
and Kau ; tbe coffee groves of Kona and Capt.
Cook's monument at Kealakekua Bay witnessing
tbe sun rise from tbe top ot Uaieakala, 10,000 feet
np in tbe air ; visiting tbe romantic valley of lao;
Arc. ac, nas again appeared at uonolulu, wltn bis
magic cream." But be takes tbe next steamer
for Australia and leaving out tbe benighted South
Sea Islands will stop over at Auckland to reluvan-
ate tbe New Zealanders with bis " Kilauea Water'
1 magic cream " no longer. Mr. A. McWayne,
Druggist, is agent at these Islands for tbis really
Other Fields or Emigration. While the Agent
of tbis government is in New Zealand, on the busi
ness of gathering South Sea Islanders as laborers
for this Kingdom, it accurs to us that perhaps it
would be easy to get a number of the Maori natives
of New Zealand to come over bere and settle down
with tbeir wives and families. We may remark
tbat tbe late chief, the Hon. William Hosplli Kaaa-
wai. who accompanied Queen Emma to England,
subsequently wett to New Zealand, and was nego
tiating with Tamare, the Maori King, to establish a
settlement of Maoris in Hawaii oei but the plan
was not then carried out. The Ilawauans wt sup
pose would receive with pleasure a detachment of ,
their Maori ' cousins," ana we ihidk tnat several
Maoris, with wives and families would readily con
sent to come to these islands.
Mrsic bt the Band. Everybody is agreeably
surprised and delighted to observe tbe extraor
dinary degree of proficiency and skill towbicb
our Band of musicians bas arrived under tbe brief
renewed leadership of Berger. We can only
guess at tbe amount of careful drill that must bave
been bestowed in order to produce such really
fine music, from tbe best artists, with which we
bave been favored of late. Surely our Band is
an institution to be proud of, and we hereby beg
to suggest tbat It and its director deserve a more
substantial testimonial of public appreciation
than mere words. Aside from tbe amusement, so-
called of music we believe it bas a higher end.
Says a thoughtful writer "Mosic begins where
words and mental images cease." uut, says an
other, " there is a state of consciousness, with or
without simultaneous verbal thinking, in wbicb we
realize great moments of existence, as being
created with souls ; and tbis state of conscious
ness bas its clear and powerful language. Who
will deny tbat tbe grand opening motive oi lour
notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony la not as
great a reality to our consciousness as the face of
a friend, tba sight of tbe sea. or a purely mathe
matical conception T " Music," says
Scbopenbaur, "does not express this or tbat
single and definite joy, grief, pain, horror, triumph,
or merriment, but joy Itself, and every emotion
itself, in some degree aostraetiy, yet cmeny with
out any accessories, and without depending on
t$e xpotye, or cause oi tpe emQUort expressed."
ClIAKLEH NoltlrtiOr'K'H Uouk, " 'i'Uf (JoUIUJUIilatlO
Societies of the United States,'' bas been transla
ted into Russian.
Tue Lacndrt. We Leg to refer to Mr. Poole's
price list enclosed In to day's paper. We be
lieve he Is going to make tb Laundry a success.
Citchelors. whose trills and difliiillies about
buttons and thread and needle hi connection
with clothes from the wa-b sre so proverbial,
will bail tho advent of tho laundry mun with
Profane Swearing. Europtun Mail st iles tbat
tbe Rev. Rees Prlcbard, vicar cf Llundy vod wg,
Glamorganshire. Wales, was flued by the bench
at tbe Bridgend Petty Sessions SOs. for six oaths,
which this churchman, a disgrace to bis cloth,
swore In an altercation in a Railway carriage, at
tbe rate of 6. a curse according to an old statute.
Terbaps it would be advisable to enact some sim
ilar statute bere say a dollar a curae. But, may
be, the legislators might be tbe first to bave to
pay down on tbe nail! Seriously, a rigid law
against blasphemy is requrled in all well regu
The Military music of the Cossacks I vocal as
well as Instrumental. Each notnia or band of tbe
Cossacks bas its Bards, who advance ut tbe bead
of the sot nia, chanting the old war-songs of tbe
nation, to the accompaniment of fifes, the only
musical instrument emploed. Tbis strarge
music has a very weird and romantic effect, rather
startling to the nervous system. The ladies of
Bucharest were quite frightened at the " leavx ar
co7i," whom they expected to see ia "res Me.i
sirurs Its Cossaques V A Buebnreft correspon
dent says: "The Cossacks looked positively
Darikn Isthmis Canal. In tho " old familiar "
sheet of the Panama Star and Herald, we notice
tbe announcement of tbe departure from the Isth
mus, on their return to Franco of oof old friend
Lieutenant Commander Lucien Napleon Bonaparte
Wise, Chief of tbe Exploring Commission together
with the other members of tbe Commission. The
Star and Herald wishes them "God's speedjin tbeir
efforts to open tho interoccnu canal. Wo bare no
doubt that tbe rising generation of Hawaii nel
will yet see whole fleets of steamers calling In it
Honolulu, en route between Europe and Asia, via
tbe Darian Istbmus Canal. Wo Lave frequently
remarked tbat the geographical position of Uipsq
Islands is highly promising. Captain Bixio, second-in-command,
died a martyr to tbe cause, on tha
Bt the last mail we arc in rooelpt of flies of
tho St. Tliomas Timrs.W.l., courteously forwnrded
to us by our old friend William Murta Esq., pro
prietor and Editor of tbat journal, to whom we
return a friendly greeting, as well as to bis staff,
for auld lang syne! We notico In one issue tlo
following: 'Tho Lahul Hawaii published tin
Editorial under the above beading ("Cwltlvato
the Land") from wbicb tbe Commercial Advertiser
translates as follows.' Our translation is then re
produced. Thus, our native Hawaiian Journalists
can perceive tbe Importance of tbeir writings.
The subject in question is of tho greatest mo
ment every where.
Press Compliments. " We acknowledee. with
thanks, the receipt of the Commercial Advertiser,
published in Honolulu, Hawaiian Aicblpelago,
and feel happy to learn from It tbat our old friend,
Mr. Edward MacDonnell, has been engaged In tbe
editorial department of that journal. Elsewhere
we reproduce an article from bis peu. published
in the Advertiser, giving tho first impressions of a
stranger on landing on the shores of Hawaii nnl."
St. Tliomas Tixis, April 25.
Proposed Interchange of Seed Canes, &c.
We bave been permitted to copy the following
letter received at the Foreign Office from tho Vlco
President of tbe Queensland Acellmatation Society,
wbicb speaks for itself. ' There can be no doubt
but that we may, by the method proposed, securo
somo valuable additions to our stock of plants.
We are authorized to say tbat the government
will receive and forward to Queensland an v seed
enne wbicb parties may desiro to exchange in tbe
Drisbase. May 22d, 1877.
Tbb Ho. IIcnbv A. P. Cahtm.
MrmtitT the Privy Council of State, Honolulu.
Bin tW. Angus Mackay, Ilia OiwcmI ( onimiMlnwr Iiom
Queensland at I'hiladelplila, having returned to Ilia Calony
inlorius mo, that you were good enough to nrouilaa vour
powerful aid In effecting an lutcrchangn of augxr canes be
tween (he Handtrlcb Islands and Uum nsland t and as opera
tions of this kind ars Miwcially the province of ihls Hocleiv.
he bas suggested to the Council tbat we should place oursvlvra
In communication with yu upou the nulJct.
I have accordingly now, ou Iwnair . (lis Council of Ihls
Society, to Invite your aaaUtanre In procuring saniblea ol a
cane known as Lakaina, winch W . Mm ki; especially recom
mends ss likely to suit the cliiimte of our ouast line, for tha
short voyage between Honolulu and Sydney titers would be no
necessity fur other packing than that of ordinary drr caaka i
and as the 1'acioc Mail Company ars Mural enough to carry
over consignments outwards free, I have little dnulit that a
remission of freight could be also tbialned between Honolulu
In return lor any such consignment I am author! ad t
undertake to aend specimens of any canes which ar grown
bere, which may be desired, or other smnis and nlanta LteK
might be aaked for. and which are either Indigenous to, or art
grown In Queensland.
As however the operations of this Pot-let extend n...n.
over all useful plants suited to our vailed cllmai, we ahall be
very giaa u you can inauce any resiuent or organisation Iu the
Sandwich Islands to euler Into general mlaiious ol sxrhsnges
with us of useful plants and aeeds of ail kinds. Stoma tt.ra
ago ws made a lew such exchanges which were of great value
to us with a resident at Honolulu who had, I understood,
(barge ol the King's gardens.
Any packages should be addressed "The Queensland
Acclimatisation Society, Uriabane," care of F. I'blllliis. L.ia.
Secretary to lh A. H. N. Co., eydney.
You will am sure require uo further apology for this In
trusion than Is suggested by the fact that our fociet v ia In tin
sens a trading body t but an association of gentlemen devot
ing tbeir purely voluntary and honorary sateli a to the phUan-
tnropic iaa ot improving tne resources ol tbs Colony by the
introduction and spread of new. rare or In any sense valuable
plants and Incidentally benenllng other countries by the i
changes which wt ars able to offer of our Indigenous and
other plants. 1 am, dear sir,
very obediently yours,
Lswis A. Baanarw.
From Hilo, '
An occasional correspondant at tbo beautiful
Day City, whose contributions are always wel
come, writes thus under date of tbe 17th lost :
" AH things are quiet In Hilo. Tbe weather is
splendid. Peaches and pears are ripe, f II the
latter we presume tbe writer means 'alligator
pears,' a fruit wbicb prows to perfection end In
abundance at Hilo. . Sugar Is 'oo tbe brain' and
on all tongues. Tbe ground Is being broken no
and men are after 'the Golden Fleece.'
' Tbe sufferers by the recent sea wave bave
been fed and clothed, and tbey are last rebuild
ing their ruined nouses.
M Madam I'ele bas bad a quiet siesta, and she
is now rekindling ber fJros, getting up steam, and
smoking ber Plutonlo pipe. Parties are often
visiting ber sulpnureted domain. Mrs. Howe. Mr.
and Mrs. Armstrong, and Miss Ludlow, are now
on an excursion to explore ber fiery caverns."
Ma. Editor : Is It not pretty near timer we had
a growl about tbo condition of our roads Wl
bave waited In expectancy, but nothing bas yet
appeared on tbe subject in tbat palladium, tl
press, although there has been talk enough abot.t
it in private circles. A sort of Macadamizing
has been attempted on King street, in two po
tlons ; tbat eastward from Port Is scarcely a suc
cess, but I Ihlnk better of tbe rpacs between Foi t
and Nuuanu, for ceral, sand and earth Is tbe
compound for a durable road. Dut beyond tt
localities mentioned, our roads are full cf bo!a
and ruts, and lor both man and beast are ttioaply
Ma. Eoiroa : I send yon an article from a lats news
paper which may interest some cf your readers, at leai t
many of the residents of Honolulu, wbe are Inter
ested la the stady of natural biatcry, and will rejoice
that we are free from this new insect plague.
Tbk Cockeoacu Max,
A New Ixsect Plaocc. The Popular Scitnrt
Monthly asserts tbat tbe Florida cockroach is new
to American science. It says: "It Is somewhat
remarkable tbat in certain parts of Florida lisle
is made almost impossible from tbe presonoe, la
amssiog numbers, of a cockroach not known North.
The queer thing Is that, while the pest bas beeu
long known la glorida, tbe fact bas escaped tL
knowledge of ecientiflo men. Mrs. Treat lately sect
specimens to Pro. 8. n. ScudJer, tbe ortbopterist.
who was surprised to see tbem and prooounot4
them tha Periplanteta AastrsJla of FabrJoiu."