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FRIDAY. AUGUST 17. 1877.
Is arrival from foreign port we report 14th, R H m Zea
land;, from New ZeaUnJ, to II iJackfeld & Co, and sailed
ume day for San Francisco; Divr stmr Likelike, from San
Francisco, with maila, passengers and freight to 8 R Wader;
15th, Am bk II N Carleton, from Hongkong, with Chinese
paaaengera and merchandise to Along tc Achack; Brit ahip
Abeona, from Liverpool, with merchandiae to Tbeo II Davie;
loth, Am bktne W n Deitx, from San Francisco, with paa
aengera and merchandise to C Brewer Co. The departures
hare been: 11th, Mary Belle Roberts, for San Francisco, by
II DaekfieU Co, with domestic produce rained at $31,663.72;
Tleet&rd, lor Gaano Ialanda, to complete loading; 13th, Esk
bank, lor Portland; Uth, Ionia for Tahiti, with cattle.
The sell W H Meyer is loading for San Francisco by C
Brewer Co, to sail about Tuesday next.
- The P M st City of New York will be doe from San Francis-.
e on Wednesday next, with dates to Aug IS.
PORT Or JlOITOIiTJXaTJ. H. I.
Aug. 11 Schr KekauTuohl, Malaihl. from Hanalei, Kauai.
12 Stmr Kiiauea. Reynolda, from Kauai.
12 Hchr Jenny, Uilama, from Niihao.
12 Scnr Psaahi. Uopa, from Hllo, Hawaii.
14 B M 8 8 Zealand!, Cheralier, 18 days fm Sydney,
1 Haw atmr Likelike, Marchant,9 daya Ac 4 brs fm
15 Am bk Harriet N Carteton, Barknesa, 43 dya from
15 Brit ah Abeona, Grosart, 124 daya from Liverpool.
16 Am bktne Wm II Deitx, Endicolt, 14 days from
IS Hchr Prince. Beck, from Kona Sc Kan, Hawaii,
17 Bchr Manuokawai. Pake, from Nawiliwili. KauaL
17 Schr Fairy Queen, Peni, from Hoookaa, Hawaii.
An 11 Am bk M B Robert. Hempstead, for San Fran.
llAm ah Fleetford. Taylor, for the guano ialanda.
11 richr Warwick, John Bull, for Kalaupapa, Molokai
11 Scbr Marion, Christian, for Kotoa Ac Waimea.
13 etmr Klaae, Reynolds, for Maui Ac ITawaiL
13 chr Ka lol, Wilbur, for Kahului, Maui.
13 Schr Mile Morris. Kealoharmi, for Molokai.
13 Schr Kamaile. Kiblln, for Kona Ac Kaa, Hawaii.
13 Schr Kekanluohi, Malaibi, for Hanalei, Kauai.
13 Brit bk Eskbaok, Barr, for Portland.
14 Schr Poeokahi. Clarke, for liana, Maui.
14 Schr Jenny. Cilama, for Kona and Kaa, Hawaii.
14 Tahilian bk Ionia, LoTegrore, tor Tahiti.
14 R M 8 8 Zealan "ia, Cheralier, for San Fran.
15 Schr Pauahi. Uopa, tor llilo. Hawaii.
15 Schr Annie, Kalua, for Nawiliwili, Kauai.
17 Stmr Likelike. Marchant. for Nawiliwili. KauaL
VESSELS IN PORT.
H B M's sloop Albatross, Commander Ernest Rice.
Am schr C MWard.
Haw bk Courier. Ablborn, loading.
Am brig W U Meyer, Brown, loading.
Am bk John Jay. Swenson,
Am bk Camden, Bobinson, discharging.
Am bk Harriet N Carleton, Harkness, discharging.
Brit sh Abeona, Grosart, discharging-
Am bktne Wm H Deitx, Endicolt, discharging.
RcroBT or R M S 8 Zkalasdia, Chetaum, Comman
dcb. July 27, at 3 p m (Australian lime) left Sydney; arrived
at Auckland, Aug 1 at 0.34 a m, and left again at 3 p m same
1st- passed from eaat to west long on Friday the 3d, and
crossed the equator on the 9th in long 187 29' W: weather
moderate and fine throughout the voysge. Arrived in Hono
lulu at 10.45 a m Aug 1. R- McDowald, Purser.
Rspobt or Haw stub Likblikb, Mabchant, Commah
DCI Left the Pacific Mafl Dock, San Francisco, on Sunday,
Aug'ft at 8 a m; discharged pilot at 10 a m. Have experienced
light winds and fine weather the entire passage. Stopped the
encines once during the passage for an hour on the eighth day.
Miles made each day are as follows: 255, 242, 240, 240, 225,
223, 241, 237, 250. W. G. BaasB, Purser.
Fao Sah Fa scisco Per Likelike, Aug 14: 310 doors.
10 horses, and 2239 pkgs general mdse.
Fao Lite a pool Per Abeona, Aog Iff: 83 tons iron, 1010
pkgs beer. 750 do wine, 208 iron ban, 101 do sheets, 85 plates,
356 iron pipes, 64 tubes, 20S tons coal, 32 ridge rails, 89 fur
nace bars, and 4973 pkgs general mdse.
Fbom Hosoaosa Per Harriet N Carleton, Aug Iff: 306
rattan chairs, 49874 bricks, 1364 bags rice, 2302 pkgs Chinese
groceries and general ndse.
Fbom Sas Fbakcisco Per Wm H Deitx, Aog 18-. &4
posts, 200 m shingles, 253 empty containers, 25 m bricks, 1160
pkgt general mdse.
For Saw Fbabcisco Per M B Roberts, Ang 11:
Empty Bottles 834 Rice, lbs 33500
Melado, galls 4032 Sugar, lbs 394874
Molasses, galls ' 1484 Tobacco, cse 1
Puln.lbs. 2752 Wool, lbs 24854
Taddv. lbs 247351
Value Domestic. .$31,658.72; Foreign. .....$178.40
Fob Tahiti Per Ionia, Aog 14:
Cattle.bead 74 Salt, tons.... 2
norses 48neep .. 20
Hay. tons 8)
Value Domestic $1G29
Fob Sax Fbajicisco Per Zealandia, Aug 14:
Bananas, bnchs 833' Piaster casts, cse 1
Betel leares, bxs 8 Bice, lbs 12500
Peanuts, lbs 198. Sheep skins, bales 20
Paddy, lbs 294921
Value Domestic $2318 10; Forrtgn $20
Fbom Kacai Per Kiiauea, Ang 12 Hon L McCnlly, Lieut
Yates. U B N, His Ex H A Peirce, C Titcomb, wife and
daughter, Capt J as Makee, Miss Nellie Makee, Miss Smyth,
F Conradt, D D Baldwin, G H Dole, wife and 3 children, S B
Dole. Plstfnherg and 4 children, A H Smith, His Ex A S
Hartwell, R F fcickerton, Kongee, Mrs J N Wright, Miss F
Luee D McBryde and 6 children, Ai, Lee Loy, J U Kawai
twi. E Delemar. Moses Kipi, Mrs Kekapa Kawainui, H
Reoges, W M Giffbrd, Miss Rowell, W Dimond, and 172 deck.
Fob Wiwpwabd Posts Per Kiiauea. Aug 13 Capt Makee
and daughter, Chas Sylra, E Delemar, N C Haley, wife and 5
children, J Eoos, Akana Liilji, wife and child, Moses Kipi, H
Cornwell. H M Alexander, Mrs Monran and daughter, Aiona,
Mrs and Miss Brough, Mrs Meyers, E R Hendry, L P Tenney,
and about 65 deck.
Faosi Sitdsby akd Aicblasd Per Zealaodia, AojH
Mr Button, 88 in transitu.
Fob Tahiti Per Ionia, Ang 14 Mr Sawyer, Hons Georget
Fbom Sav Fbascisco Per Likelike. Aug 1411 R II
Princess Likelike, lions Mrs J Mott Smith, lion A 8 C leghorn,
Hon 8 G Wilder, Sam Parker and wife, Mrs A A Winship and
2 children, Mrs II H Noble, Miss Ada and Miss A lies Van
Winkle, Mrs Hiram Carson and 2 children, Thos Sorenson,
wife and 4 children, Mr Alum, Geo C McLean and son, Alfred
Mellis and wife. Dr J 8 Josselyn and wife, Mrs J II Josselyn,
Mrs B F J easel vn. Mrs C A C ha pin, Mra N M Fraxer, Wm
Gable, Mrs Christian and 2 children, U J Agnew, Malcolm
Brown, Jas Dodd, Miss Kals Haley, M Strauss, John Buckley,
John Jones, Manuel Viera, Miss Marie, Jos George, W Bobm,
Thos O'Brien, C U Pomeroy, A Jouvieune, D Fidemann, Bar
ney Oudt, H O'Brien, E Dolan, John Carter, Oscar Hill, H
Coatlee, II Robinson, S E Mann, i H Styles, Miss V Crocker,
Fob 8aw Fbascisco Per Zealandia, Ang 14 F J Mellis,
J M Oat, Jr. 8 Magnin, J McCrindle, Miss 8 King, M Green,
Mrs M 8 Rice, Miss U Isenberg, Mrs F Howe and maid, 8 T
French, Mrs W H King and (hud, L A tea, Mrs M Gertx, Geo
Tony, t A Eilra, wife and 4 children, Master M Roberts, J J.
II Medaner, A ii Messer, W Tborcas, J Uolan, Acbin, Wo
Sin, Ah Lan Vang Tocg.
Fbom LToboeobb Per Harriet N Carleton. Aug 18; Mra
Harkness, Miss L Curtis and 368 Chinese laborers.
Fbom Saw Fbascisco Per Wm H Deitx, Aug 18: Henry
Hart. Waiter A Hardy, Thos Scrnggs, Wm Hardy, 90 foreign
Immigrants and 99 Chinese laborers.
Fob Nawiliwili Per Likelike, Aug 17 Their Excellen
cies Jno O Dominis, J Mott Smith. Jno 51 Kapena, Judge D
McBryde, J K Wilder and son, Lieut Christopher, J C Glade
and wife, Hon P Isenberg, E Button, A W Dewing, H L Shel
don and wife, J flyman, Frank Brown, W C Parke, Kanekale
Titcomb, Mary Ann Titcomb, B A Dolan, C B Poor, Jno Oat,
J W Crowe!!. H Berttemann, H Smith Jr. Maii, Hon 8 G Wil
der. H M Whitney. Ed Everett, f W Jurant, F Smith, Ram'l
Parker, Hon U Kainelanl, Capt Mclntyre and son, 3 H Boyd
nd 35 deck.
Wolfe As Honolulu. August 18th. Nina Dobathea, In
fant daughter of C. 9. and N. G. Wolfe, aged 14 days.
03 Adrian and Eseanaba (Michigan) paper please copy.
Hilton. At the Queen's Hospital, Ang 11th, Eli Hilton,
a native of Maine, and for many years a resident of Astoria,
I y It will no doubt be a consolation to bis friends to know that
be was well attended during his illness by the Odd Fellows of
last resting place with the impressive ceremonies of the order.
Astoria, Portland, O, and Maine papers please copy.
At A, August 13th, 1877.
We, the passengers on board the beautiful new steamer
Likelike.' in meeting assembled, do resolve as follow sc
That wt take this occasion to tender our sincere thanks to
Honorable 8. G. Wilder for his kindness and cordiality during
the most pleasant voyage that probably was ever made from
San Francisco to Honolulu.
We also take pleasure in expressing our obligations to'Cap
ain Marchant and officers, whose politeness and enciney
stave contributed so largely to the pleasure ot toe voyage.
A 8 C leghorn, Samuel Parker, Henry J Agnew, Geo C
McLean. Wm Gable, Samuel E Mann, Malcolm Brown, Thos
Borenson, Alfred Mellis, E O Bond, M Strauss, J H Styles, J
8 Josselyn, John Jones, John Bnckley. Geo A Howttt, James
Oodd. Thos O'Brien, B Oudt, d ward Dolan, John Joyce,
Wm Bohm, H Robinson, John Carter, Daniel Fideman, O
flill, G George, PAoguste Houvenn, Manuel Viera, O H
LJe.'kKiLn D tail. Mr. U H Noble, Alice D
Van Winkle, Ada Van Winkle, Mrs Juliet Winship, Victoria
Crocker, Mrs Sophie Mellis. Mrs J H Josselyn, Mrs 8 Soren
ttoa, Mrs G C Josselyn, Mrs 8 A Jossejyn, Mrs C A Chap in,
Sxs N " Fraaer, Mrs N Christian, Man de Gloria Sdra.
XfB abe glad to learn that Admiral D'Oreey act
ed under direct instrtwUona from the British Min
ister Begidfint at Lima, in tbe affair of the JIuas
ear The Huasear took, by force, a quantity of
coal from the British vessel Pisagva. s. -the Pe
rnwiaa eoTernment offered to reward the .captors
oflhe frixmuL The false pride of the Peruvian
LobXow burt at the attck by British ships ou
iPernTUn ship, although a pirate. It will be still
iore humbled; we believe. the British govern
Seit is about to demand an indemnity for the
?fTiv outrage. So that the Peruviana would
Reacted more wisely by disclaiming thfl ms
er. pkte from tbe first.
The planet Mara i now nearer the earth than
at ay period darin8 Pwt 80 and pte"
testf brilliant appearance.
SA TUH DA Y. A VGUST 18.
The arrival during the past week of some
five hundred male immigrants and no females,
again very forcibly directs attention to a Bubject
upon which the Advertiser has frequently com
mented the danger to the state which is certain
to result from such a disproportion of the eexea
as exists here. This disproportion is daily and
rapidly increasing. It is quite true that more
labor is absolutely necessary to ensure the devel
opment of agricultural resources, and we will
heartily welcome and support all proper meas
ures to procure it ; but at the same time we
earnestly warn Government and employers of
labor that there are certain physical laws to
ignore which must inevitably bring a train of
ontold evils and disasters. We propose to refer
to this subject again in our next.
Pacl Par is a character who ia to be found in
all communities ; and although his name suggests
the masculine sex, yet be not unfrequently figureB
in feminine attire. In our isolated community,
it need not be astonishing that Paul Pry is met
with in the zenith of his glory. Indeed it will be
admitted that Honolulu is a favorite resort of
Paul Pry and bis associates, for here no individu
al is Bale from the impertinent meddling of Mr.
or Mrs. P. P. or the whole family of the Prys,
including the Misses Pry. These miuchievous
gossips are sufficient in themselves to upset the
peace of families, ruin the reputation of the
most virtuous and upright persons, and cause a
general feeling of discomfort and mistrust
throughout the entire community. It is worth
while to enter into a consideration of the details
of the doings of people of the Paul Pry stamp in
Hawaii nei, for the reason that it may possibly
operate as a check to a nuisance which is now
become almost unendurable. It is well that tbe
meddling class to whom we refer should know
that public opinion is becoming aroused to the
importance of marking with its disapprobation
the course of the habitual gossip. Tbe proper
study of mankind is some other man. Thus do
many of those with whom we meet paraphrase
dope's old declaration, in their actions, at least.
To study into tbe workings of some other
person's heart ; to divine another's motives; to
find out all the real or imaginary defectB of
another ; these seem to constitute the occupation
and chief delight of too many in our midst. A
philosopher no matter who says that an un
generous comment, a " sting" or a " dig" never
did any good never helped any one to be better.
One who falls into tbe habit of using disparaging
remarks on his fellows soon acquires an ill-natured
look. It is not always possible to join tbe
Mutual Admiration Society, but at least one can
hold one's tongue.
Of course dress, here as elsewhere, is a fruitful
source of comment for the gossip. It is difficult for
him to meet people without noticing what clothes
they have on, although well-bred people refrain
from making remarks about the clothes of others.
It is something surprising however to hear how
tbe genuine Paul Pry gossips about the clothes
and dresses of his neighbors. Their fashion and
style, their apparent cost, the mode in which they
are worn, are all discussed. One individual
wears shabby clothes ; poor man ! be (or she) is
set down by Paul Pry as little better than a beg
gar. Another is dressed in exceptionally good or
new clothes; what conceit! he (or she) is pro
nounced to be deeply in debt to the tailor or
dressmaker. But tbe external appearance of in
dividual does not at all satisfy the passion for
gossip of the Paul Pry fraternity it would be a
blessing were such tbe case. The social condition
of individuals and families must be raked to the
bottom. This merchant is on the verge of bank
ruptcy ; that clerk is embezzling the money of
his employer ; this public officer is quite incapa
ble of discharging his duties ; the doctor caused
the death of his patient by administering tbe
wrong medicine ; the lawyer took a fee from both
6ides ; so-and-so was seen going into a public
house, and of course was drunk ; Airs. Thingum
bob's intimacy with Mr. Whatdyecall'em is a
dreadful scandal ; the preacher says the most
queer and heterodox things from bis pulpit.
These are not even a thousandth part of the topics
which engross the gossips of the Paul Pry socia
bles. No reputation is safe from the venom of
It is astonishing too how easily people of good
character are led into this mischievous practice
of gossiping. It is quite sufficient for Paul Pry
and his family to make their appearance in any
society and Boon gossip becomes the order of the
day there. Even well-intentioned people are
unwarily led into this mischievous practice of
impertinently meddling with the affairs of their
neighbors. Formal fathers and mothers of fami
lies, young ladies and gentlemen, legislators,
government officials, merchants, lawyers, doctors
and even divines in short, every class of the
community are often only too prone to indulge
in a fling at their neighbors ; and, what is sur
prising, they oftentimes think it no barm in the
world to do so. It is the fashion tbe custom
everybody does it. In fact, it appears ultimately
to become almost a necessity, a question of eelf
preservation. People say the Paul Pry set gos
sip abont me, therefore 1 must pay them back; in
their own coin ; in defense of my own reputation,
I must blacken tbe reputation of my neighbors.
And so the evil grows like a parasite, and preys
upon tbe community, whose healthy life is actu
ally stifled by the envenomed tendrils of the
Where Paul Pry with his gossips lifts up his
sceptre, farewell to good nature, mutual forbear
ance, respect for others, sympathy for our neigh
bors' misfortunes, pleasant manners, good hum
ored converse, and every refined sentiment which
lends a charm to human society. General mis
trust takes the place of mutual confidence, and at
length no one dares to open his mouth, except it
may be to speak ill of his neighbor. It is sad as
well as astonishing what real griefs and often
times heavy losses, what mischief, what disquiet
to families, what heartburnings and misunder
standings nay open ruptures and bitter Cauda
are occasioned by this utterly useless and really
unentertaining practice of gossiping and prying
into tbe affairs of others.
Where all seem more or less culpable, it is the
duty of each member of the community to say to
himself stop ! Let us have done, once for all,
by tacit and universal consent, with tbe uncon
genial work of the gossip, the meddling Paul Pry,
especially since all suffer alike from its pestilent
Let ns say in conclusion that we know of no
better counsel to a gossip-ridden community than
the sensible though hackneyed advice to each and
every individual : Mind your own business
thoroughly, and let other people's business alone !
HAHD CAETS FOB SALE.
TWO NEW L.AK.GP SIZED STRONGLY
made hand carts , apply to
2t an 18 WM. WEIGHT.
TUB WAILDKU VINEYARDS, 50OO
hemrific tTlBSS. Apply to
,yJ FRIEL at BUSH,
m is Or, on the premises.
(CORBESPOSDENCS OF THS P. C. ADVTISSR.J
Monthly Letter from Europe.
London-. June 25th, 1877.
During a recent trip across tbe channel to the
French capital I there found in different museums
and collections various mementoes from far dis
tant Hawaii, a mention of which may be of inter
est to tbe AnvEBTioCit's readers. At the Jardln
des Flantes the great geological galleries contain a
collection of several hundred Hawaiian fishes in
some 120 glass jars filled with spirits, all contri
buted by the French representative at Honolulu,
M. Ballieu. In tbe bird-department I found
several staffed specimens of the native Hawaiian
goose (manu nene, A user Havaiensis), some of
which have formerly lived at the menagerie ; they
have been presented by tbe naturalists Eydonx
and Sonlejet. In the ethnological gallery a glass
case contains some 1C skulls of native Hawaiiana
from different parts of the group and contributed
by Consuls Desnoytrs and Ballieu, while in tbe
geological collection I found various pieces of
lava and scoria from Kiiauea. At the canoe col
lection of the marine department at the Lonore
Hawaii is represented by two models, one of a
small siugle canoe with outrigger, and another ot
one of Kamehameba's large double war canoe,
(waalua) with a centre platform for tbe warriors
and a three cornered sail. In the flag collection ot
all nations, I found not only Hawairs national
flag, but also the King's Royal standard, as well
as that of Princess Victoria, (a crown above K.
N." in a white Geld) and the red, white and blue
Mr. Tbos. Bra9sey's M" P. steam yacht Sunbeam,
which visited Honolulu during December last,
arrived home safe and sound at Cowes, Afay 27tb.
After leaving Honolulu January 3d. Yokohama
was reached on the 29lh and the way home taken
ia China, Malacca, Ceylon, Aden, Suez Canal,
Malta. Gibraltar and Lisbon. Tbe entire circum
navigation was 35,400 miles, and was accom
plished in 46 weeks. This month's number of the
fortnightly Review, brings a paper by Sir David
Wedderburn on Maories and Kanakas, wherein
he describes the leper colony on Molokai with its
ruler, Bill Ragsdale, whose generous self-immolation
savours rather of the antique roman than of
tbe kanaka. A bust of Commodore Goodenough.
who was murdered by tbe natives of Santa Cruz,
is to be placed in tbe Painted Hall at Greenwich.
When the first news of tbe tidal wave of May 10th
at Hilo was telegraphed here from San Francisco,
Mr. Manley Hopkins, tbe Hawaiian Consul Gen
eral here, wrote to the Times Baying, that there
was no such thing as Cocoanut Island nor any
hospital on it, but that - probably the leper colony
at Kalaupapa, consisting mostly of Chinese, bad
been annihilated. After tbe Times had published
several corrections to these erroneous statements,
Mr. Hopkins excused his blunders on the plea,
that although he had here represented Hawaii 20
years, he had never visited its shores. The Qial
lenger has brought back a collection of over 900
birds, amonsr which are 24 specimens from Ha
waii. In Parliament tbe first Lord of the Ad
miralty recently stated in answer to a question
lb at it was not at present the intention of the gov
ernment to send an ironclad ship into the PaciBc.
The Hantome is ordered to Esquimau. r . B.
f ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND UEN
KKAL SHIPPING AGENT,
"Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands aalS ly
HOLLISTER & CO.,
No. 68 ffmunn Street, .... nonelila,
IMPORTERS Jc DEALERS IN CHOICE
JL CIUARS, TOBACCO & SNUFF. Also,
Manufacturers of Mineral Waters, &c.
LIFE INSURANCE CLAIMS.
npUE V NDERSIGNED IS PREPA RED TO
H collect claims of policy holders against the SECURITY
LIFE INSURANCE AN1 ANNUITY CO. of New York.
Claims should be sent in without delay, otherwise they may
ne narrea. .
an 18 3t S. B. DOLE, Attorney at Law,
TO LET !
THE TWO NEW STORES ON FORT
Itti KtriW In th rir.nmnr Kiiililinc nYt In IV K
one. ror terms, apply to
jy21 tr DILLINGHAM & CO.
FOR PARTICULARS OF CARGO OF
Ship 'Abeona Just Arrived
IN 125 DAYS
IC7 See Last Page !
THEO. H. DAVIES.
It an 18
WHEREAS MIT WIFE LOPO. HAVING
lelt my bed and board without just cause or provoca
tion, this is to notify all persons that I will not be responsible
ror any debts contracted by her, without my written order.
Honolulu, July 30, 1877. au4 3t
TOBACCO & GIGARS
IVo. OS IVimaim Street !
Noxr on hand and constantly receding,
A VERY CHOICE ASST. OF TOBACCO,
Cigars and Snuff,
Cigars, Habana and Manila,
Natural Leaf Hard and Light Pressed Tobacco,
Dark and Bright Nary,
Dark and Bright Fine Cut Chewing,
A Varied Assortm't of Smoking,
Granulated and Cat,
Golden Floss & Old Virginia for Cigaritas,
3IACC1B0Y, C0SSE RAPPEE AND SC0TCII S.W'JT
In Glass or Tin Foil, S and 4 os. pkgs.
We will not be undersold, and our goods are new and fresh,
We also continue the manufacture
Mineral Waters of all Kinds !
LEMONADE, GINGER, ALE, &o, 4o.
au!8 8m HOLLISTER Si CO.
GOLD PENS & PENCILS 1
I HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM FAIR
child's Gold Pen Factory in New York, the Finest As
Gold Pens and Cases I
Cold PfBtlls, Cold Tooth Picks,
Pearl and Silver Pea Holders.
Long Ai and Short Sib Points,
Gold Charm Pencils, &c, &e.,
Ever imported into this kingdom. For sale at free trade
Reciprocity Prices ! (sn!8 lm) II. M. WHITNEY.
ALL. PERSONS HOLDING LEASES OF
lands, parcels of lands, or house lots, the property of H.
11. R. Keelikolanl, 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, wjll operate as a forfeiture of the lease.
All persons whomsocyer, who may heretofore hare been ap
pointed as Land Agents or Lnnaa by Bis late Royal Highness
W. P. Leleionoku, are hereby notified that their several ap
pointments are revoked.
SIMON KALOA KA AI,
Business Agent of H. H. R. Keelikolanl.
Honolulu, Jane 19th, 1877. ju23 2m
VISITORS AT HILO. AND PARTIES EN
ROUTE COR THE VOLCANO, can find
BOARD AND LODGING
AT REASONABLE RATES, at the above establishment.
BOSSES AHD GUIDES PE0 CURED
At short notice, and all arrangements made for the trip to the
moan tain. (lySl ly) C. K. BAPAI.
Our Hew Steamer.
The Iboked-for and much talked of new Inter-
island steamer, built for the Hawaiian government
through its agent the Hon. S. G. Wilder at San
Francisco., made her appearance on Tuesday
morning last, and her advent created an excite
ment amons all classes of the community second
only to an earthquake or a tidal wave. Men,
women and children rushed, scrambled or mean
dered toward the Esplanade to get a look at " our
new steamer." From her foremast head she dis
played her name in a flowing " birgee," the
Likelike. She made a gallant appearance as she
steamed into the harbor and op to her berth, the
veteran Marchant on the bridge, and quietly and
rracefollv took her position as though " to the
manner born." Our new stetmer is acknowl
edged, on all hands, to be a perfect success, and
therein reflects great credit on the gentleman who
has been most intimately connected with her in
ception and completion, Mr. "Wilder. She is of
592 tons burthen, built of Oregon pine, with oak
and other hardwood trimmings, fastened with
copper and galvanized iron, locust trenailed,
double deck, with hurricane deck for about half
her length. Her engine is compound, built at
Risdon Iron Works, San Francisco, with cylinders
ot 40 inch and 21 in. diameter and 34 in. stroke.
The propeller, of bronze metal, is 10 feet 4 inches
in Bize. The boiler is Hi feet in length and 12J
leet in diameter. On her trial trip at San Fran
cisco, August 2d. she made easily 64 revolutions
per minute, with a speed of 11 knots, but her
regular business will probably average but 58 to
60 revolutions. Her cabin accommodations are
light, airy, roomy, handsome, and a vast improve
ment on those or the old Kiiauea, in every desira
ble particular, and we feel that we may safely
congratulate our island community on the acquisi
tion of this staunch and commodious bridge across
our rough channels. To produce just such a
vessel as we now iave, so promptly and success
fully, in all particulars, has required the combina
tion of quite a number of favorable agencies and
circumstances. Among the former, we may men
tion the valuable assistance rendered to the agent
of our government in San Francisco by the well
known arm of Williams, Blanchard & Co., by W.
II. Dimond, himself a Hawaiian born, by officials
of the P. M. S. Co. and others, friends of Hawaii
nei. Mr. Wilder has secured the services of Mr.
A. A. Windship formerly Chief Engineer of the
City of San Francisco as Chief Engineer of our
new boat, who comes here with his family to
eeitle, and Mr. A. W. Tucker as first asssistant
Eugiueer. In tbe matter of the construction of
the vessel. Mr. Wilder speaks in the highest terms
of the faithful and valuable services rendered
by Mr. Thos. Sorenson, of tbe firm of Tibbets &
Sorenson of this city, who was specially employed
to supervise the work in San Francisco.
The Likelike brought, besides a goodly number
of other passengers, Her Royal Highness the
Princess Miriam Likelike Clegborn (for whom she
is named) and tbe lion. A. S. Cleghorn; and as
she displayed tbe Royal Standard at the fore as
she approached the harbor, a salute was Gred from
the battery on Punchbowl.
The new steamer started on her first inter-island
trip last evening, proceeding to Nawiliwili. Kauai,
with a considerable party of excursionists. She
will return to-morrow. Sunday morning, and it is
expected that their Majesties the King and Queen,
who have been spending several weeks on tbe
leeward island, will return by her.
rilHE UNDERSIGNED IS NOW READ V
1. to take
VIEWS OF HOUSES, GE0UPS, 0E OUT
Of any kind, on the most reasonable terms, and of the best
quality. Communications sent through the Post Office will
receive promp attention,
au 18 H. L. CHASE.
PACIFIC IRON WORKS
SAX FBAXCISCO, CALIFORNIA,
Established In 1852.
RANKIN, BRAYTON & CO.,
ENGINES, BOILERS & MACHINERY
Of Every Description.
7 Particular attention paid to the Manufacture of
SUGAR MILLS, VACUUM PANS.kc.
Refer in Honolulu to E. P. ADAMS, Esq.
Paints, Oils and Nails !
A SPECIAL. LINE OF
Three Brands and superior to anything in the Market,
Two Brands, Guaranteed Perfectly Pure !
lead & Zinc, very clieap
Prasslan Bine, Persian and Chrome Green,
Vermilion, Patent Dryer,
Burnt and Baw Seienna,
Burnt and Caw Tmber,
Bnrnt Scleuna, Burnt I'niber, and
Vandyke Brown, In Water,
A FIIE LOT OF GRAilll (10IIS !
PALE BOILED OIL !
Fine Pale Oil, Seoteh Dart Oil,
50 Kegs Kalis, ex Late Arrivals.
.. FOR SALE BT
aulSlm WILDER & CO.
HAZ ALTON PIANOS !
GRAND, SQUARE AND UPRIGHT. THE
Best in the Market. Prices Lover than any other first-
class pianos. FULLY wABKAai&u to stand any climate,
Bend for Catalogue and Price. List. - -
CHAS. S. EATON, Gen'l Agent,
jy28 Cm 138 Montgomery St., San Francisco, CaL
SUGAR MACHINERY ! !
TiHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RE
CEIVED per Mail from tbe celebrated
GLASGOW IRON WORKS QT
MESSES. MIELEES, TAIT & "WATSON,
Exact particulars of the cost of
SUGAR MANUFACTURING PLANT
Of serenteen different capacities ranging
1GSO Lbs. Sugar la lO IInra sit n Cast f
27Q. iq a First-cjas VacnffM Pan
Plant to Make IS Tana af Sa
gar in lO lion al a coat
of iH,410. delivered
The undersigned are nrenared to receive orders lor inch
machinery, and to arrange for freight on same to be shipped
by a NEW IRON CLIPPER SHIP now building In the
Clyde or 1000 tons burden, to leave GLASGOW on or about
tbe 15th of February next.
- orders ror all kinds or Machinery and other Eoro
pean Merchandize to be shipped by the a bore Teasel, sbonld
be sent to the undersigned during the month of SeDtember or
not later than October 10th. Rate of freight arranged for.
o26 GREEN, MACFARLANB ft CO.
fWE UNDERSIGNED. PROPRIETORS
JU of Tea and Coffee Shops, hereby give notice that berea&
ter they will not furnish a Maaanbl np with run
of Tea or Coffee. . .
Honolulu, July 86,1877.
rm. -... b..tl-.. .
r-M DEPOSITORS IN THE SAVINGS BANK
I OP BISHOP A CO. From and after the 1st of Septem
ber next, no interest will be computed on fractions of dollars
or for fractions of a month.
Honolulu, Ang. 6, 1877. (anil St) BISHOP A- CO.
TlHE LAND OP MR. C. E. WILLIAMS IN
Palolo Valley having been placed in charge of the under
signed, all persons are hereby warned not to trespass upon the
same, under penalty of the law. ,
Honolulu, lug. 11, 1877. (aull Sm) CHAS. LONO.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD INFORM
his friends and the public that he has a desk at the office
01 aTiAm A8TLE' E9n" GEO. II. McCOyNELL.
I HEREBY AUTHORIZE AND EMPOW
ER the Hon. Simon Kaloa Kaai for me, and in my name,
to make, sign, accept and endorse all Bills of Exchange and
Promissory Notes which may be necessary for the proper car
rring on of my business and affairs.
rrB R. KEELIKOLANL
Dated this 8th day of August, 1877. anil lm
BT A PERSON WHO CAN MAKE HIM
SELF generally useful more particularly on a Stock
aull 2t W. H. AT THIS OFFICE.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNEESHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
Co partnership existing between the undersigned as
Physicians and Surgeons at Wailuku, Maui, is and will be dis
solved as and from the first day of July, A. D. 1877.
F. H. ENDERS, M. D.
GEO. A. LATHROP.
WM. O. SMITH, Witnesses
HENRY W. DANIELS, J " llnease8-
Wailuku, Maui, June 30, 1877. toll
MY WIFE ELLEN HAVING LEFT MY
bed and board without just cause or provocation, all
persons are hereby cautioned against harboring or trusting
her on my account, as will pay no debts of her contracting
after this date. LENO BAPTIST A.
Lihne, Kauai, July 7th, 1877. Jyl4 Cm
MR. H. J. AGNEW IS ADMITTED A
member of this Firm, dating from April 1st, and will
sign DILLINGHAM CO.
Honolulu, May 24th, 1877. my28 3m
PARTIES IN HONOLULU OR ELSE
where owning property in tbe Districts of Ewa and Wai
anae, will please make their tax returns on or before Sept. 1st,
at which time the tax books will be closed and an assessment
made in accordance with law, on failure to make a proper re
turn. D. K. FYFK,
au4 St Assessor for Ewa and Waianae.
mHE ASSESSOR WILL BE IN HIS OFFICE
M on Marine street, on Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays
and Saturdays during the month of Augast. All persona sub
ject to taxation must make their returns to the assessor on or
before the 1st day of September, 1877, according to law.
CHARLES II. JUDD,
Honolulu, Aug. 4, 1877. Assessor for Honolulu.
A TRACT OF 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 house, large chicken coop, Ac. Two acres
fenced. Price, 11,800. Enquire of L. RITCHARD, on the
premises; or at J. I. Dowsett's office, Queen Street, Honolulu,
my 26 3m
New Gallery. New Apparatus
A. A. MONTANA
DEGS TO INFORM THE PUBLIC OF HO-
3 NOLCLU and the Islands at large, that he has spared
no pains or expense in erecting, fitting and furnishing his new
On tbe Corner of Fort and King Streets, up stairs, entrance
on Fort, opposite E. O. Hall A- Son's, where he will be found
prepared to execute Pictures in the Highest Style of the Art,
in all sixes. His Stock of Materials is Entirely New and of
the Latest and Most Improved Patterns, and he hopes to give
satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. aull u
IRON, IRON. COAL, COAL
WEST & CHAYTER
IIAVE JUST RECEIVED EX ESKBANK,
M.ML irom uuusgow, one oi me largest anu
BEST ASSORTED INVOICES
33 I JEZ. O 3XT !
Ever Imported into this Kingdom,
Which, together with their Large Stock on hand, they offer Tor
saie, in quantities to suit,
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES.
Of the Very Best Quality, for Blacksmiths' use, in sacks.
Carriage Materials, Bolts and Springs, Axles, from 1 to 3 in.
Kegs of Berdan Horse Shoes, V ERV LO W X Tutular
Iron Ox Bows, cheap and durable.
ILL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTEXDED TO.
WEST & CHATTER.
IV E W Gr O O I S
Bark Courier and Schooner "W. H. Meyer,
FR09I SIN FRANCISCO.
pOLDEX OATE EX. FAMILY FLOUR,
uaxera- uoiaen uaie fxira riour,
Superfine Flour, Cases Bread,
Cases Crackers, Assorted, vis:
Soda, Oyster, Wafer, Milk, Fancy, Ac, Ac.
Bales of Oat Hay, Lime, Bnbber Faint !
An Assortment of Rubber Paints of All
Shades and Colors.
aull For Sale Low by BOLLES & Co.
TIic Best in tlic Marltct
PRONOUNCED BV ALL PAINTERS TO
Superior to any Lead Imported
In this market, with more covering capacity and durability
than any other. FOR SALE BY
jj231m WILDER Si CO.
JUST ARRIVED per Eskbank,
N INVOICE OF
SUPERIOR TENNENT'S PALE ALE,
SUPERIOR PIG BRAND PORTER,
Id quarts and pints.
ALSO. A SMALL LOT OF
In quarts and pints.
FOR SALE BY
Jy28 lm F. A. SCIIAEFER St CO.
ryiHE NEXT SCHOOL TEAR WILLOPEN
Wednesday, Sept. 5, 1877.
There will be no change in the present Corps of Teacher
aipncauw iui wjiuihiuu will m CXIDllDeu Ul AlUnilAX,
OT TUESDAY. Sept. 3J and 4th. between th hnnn nf a m.nA
12 A. M.
"Persons desiring to enter as Boarders should apply as early
as possible. All letters of inquiry may be addressed to tbe
JjH 8t President of OaJitt CoUeg.
G-REAT DISCOUNT !
BUY THE BEST, BUY THE CHEAPEST, AT
ikSTILiES a COOKE'S
WILCOX Si GIBBS', AT t40 AND 50 OLD PRICE, t&O AND tOO.
SINGER'S NEW FAMILY MACHINE. A MPLENDID WORKER. AT 55 ON Irlr,tl&
SINGER'S SHOE-MA KERN MACHINE. AT t&5.
SINGER'S HARNESS MACHINE. AT 55 OLD PRICE, t8&.
i,i;miiii; gray, urn mi ni: & rns iii:
Of Iron Clipper Ships between Glasgow and Honolulu, Built Especial! for the Trade.
TAB FINE NEW A 1 CLIPPER SHIP ESKBANK,
C30 tons register, James Barr, Commander,
HAS JUST ARRIVED from GLASGOW
In 138 Days,
WITH A FULL ASSORTED CARGO OP GOODS
Selected Expressly for this Market,
saflnd. is now 0?exec Ejt? JaIo
Bjr the Undersigned,
.A.T JL, O "W EST MAEKET H .A. THIS!
The Cargo Comprises the Following
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF DRV GOODS,
Namely t Pink Prints, Rich Cambric and Chlnti Prints, French Prints, deml-plates, rich patternst Pin Un tn,
bleached; Pillow Linen, Family Linen, Fine Long Cloths, rey Shirtings, Linen Damask Table Clothe aad NaDklM UMn!-!;
Handkerchiefs. Fine Hose, white and brown; White Pique, Corsets, a ttmall Lot of Costumes tor Ladies something anurai
new; Elegant Tweed! and Cashmeres, Blankets, in Tariety; Assortment of Buttons, Needles, A., flat Olngtiams,
Also, Fine Cutlery, Assorted Saddles, Confectionery, a Small Inroioe of Eteotro-plated Ware
Flower Pots, Drugs, Crockery and Glassware, Rice Bags, Burlaps aad Bagging, of all kinds; Groceries
THE FOLLOWING MERCHANDISE,
Such as : Hoop Iron, different sizes; Sheet Iron, Bar Iron, a full and complete assortment:
Cooking Stores and Ranges, for burning coal; Best Tin Plates, Grind Stones, Bars of Steel
A Large Lot of Galraniied Corrugated Iron, Vices, Anxils, Pig Iron, Hollow ware '
BEST HUSH STEM COAL AI ElACKSIffl COM !
. Fire Bricks, and Booth's Portland Cement, of very best quality. Also, a Large Stock of
iilaES, WIBIHS and EaEQUORS,
Namely : Hennessy's Fine Pale Brandy, ia cases and quarter casks
DunTille's Irish and Scotch Whiskies, Genera, cases and baskets '
Jamaica Rum, of fine quality, in casks and cases; '
Duff Gordon's Golden Sherry, of extra quality, in casks; Best Claret, ia oaaks and cases
Superior Sherry and Port, in cases, finest kinds; Bast & Co r.1r-.'i p.i- t. . , . . .
McEwan'a Ah.nd Porter, qu.rt. tlnd pi!.; Hogsheads wlJSSt tXliZSf
CHAMPAGNES, QTS. & PTS. OF CELEBRATED BRANDS ;
Of Mirrlees, Tait & Watson's well known make :
6 500 ImDerial Gallon fUi-lfipr. ... . ,.L. . ...
clarifien in w on the Wandt. wd
already disDOsed of. 1 S A ni "iff
, . .Wl ,w 4 luwl Iocn
The next Teasel of the LiMiuhriMi..i.ci
warded by next mail steamer will Veaeh ngud Tin Troodealon
Particulars will be supplied by a " rood eM00
N. II. It la exrwtArl fh VQcrn i w m i r,,
tic, to make shipment The AddreV.
a.aK Si VICTORIA BUILDINGS, 4 W
WALL TVrTT? !
Just Received, and for Sale
AT LOWEST RATES !
ELEGANT WALL PAPER,
Of Various Patterns. .
.3u im BY ALLEN & ROBINSON.
SEWING MACHINES !
b lh U
"'tion. NT. B.-8 of these clarifiers ar.
eir0Ke Wntr,rugU jjraas Linings, &c, &o.
. . . ....
E 2f JhESSr .T miM ot n4 UdtmH fi"
to b'lped by her, for w hieh, rates of freight, aad all
MACFAItlAlVE & Co.
. . AGENT.
EST It E G KJiX ST UKKT. I
SMALL SIZE. FROM SIX THREAD J
one and a ha'f Inch, (mjt) for Bale by HOLIES C
rTUVK THOUSAND GALLONS. BVrMW
J Quality, B trained, ami Warranted Pure, got sals by
Jo TbOLtgl C,
CHINESE OIL PAINTINCS !
AKRN rOR OIL IAINTIK
L, feilOKKUM 4 tU, UoW Street, W
VP by KOSKIIILL
the corner of Fort, Honolulu,
ON AND AFTER 1I0NDAY. JULY 16tk
Orders filled In about three and a half months. P'"ti"'J
of all sites from PbotoicrsKhs. Samples can be aeea c."jL
the day at air. O. K. Williams Cabinet Wareroooi,
tJtreel. Priors, from fMeea dollars upwards.